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THE ABIZOIs A EEPUELTCAIT: TUESDAT irOBtfUm, SEPTEMBER 11, 1900. PREMO CAMERAS are used by iHE Best Photographers Both professional and amateur, everywhere. They are adapted to both plates and films. PREMOS sell from $3 t $200, all prices, and iv;nvsent the product of the largest camera factory in the world, after an experience in that line of over seventeen years. We ory a complete line of PREMo CAM ERAS, in all grades, and invite an insp.c!inn of our liie- ly any ed. Catalogs mailed f r e to out of town trade. ml.-rist- PINNEY & ROBINSON, BICYCLES, TYPEWRITERS, PHOTO STOCK AND SPORTING GOODS. Established 1883. 40 N. CENTER ST., Phoenix. idea of fairness carry it to the extent uf losri-tiardinic the tinal rt-sult on Novem ber li. It is i-aid by the Wilson men that Mark Smith can not now be elected and the Mark Smith men say that 'ilson. nominated as a result of this contest, would certainly be defeated. Mr. Smith arrived from the south yes terday morning and Colonel Wilson was expected to come in by freight last nigh i. TEE CANANEA TROUBLE The Indiana Syndicate Is Pat Possession. in The Republican some liiiv ago pub Tailed an account of a e. ntes by force b- tw W. '. Ci' i-n- a. nl a'l Indiana ! syndicate over m group known as the"! Lindsay claims at l'anae;n. A I '! recently received in dm ni .-ci : i-.-tho t nil of the emit- s; as follows: "Givine w s "caned- by the Mexica-i i officials last Wednesday ai li'- I, a I'.i- ! Ibe cloud of dust way hack, were trail j it. g beliiml in a biickhoard. "They reached the mines, but see ing the j::dgo ami his men had made (.imp in the town, concluded that their I show had scared him and a dance was 'given that night to rejoice over thi ir success. As the judge desired to take considerable evidence .bearing on l,b.e criminal aspeel of the case, he took his I own time and for four days, kept the j Greene pe. pie guessing. Every time i he or his .soldiers made a move, away the Greene m- n would go, mounted and armed, to the mines, which are about a niile from the present Greene camp, where the judge established his h. ad quar;ers. '"Tuesday, afti r sundown. Chief Com missary Ynrlan, with th- fit'i.e: mounted police, suddenly made a move for the min, s. taking the road. T!i G:eene men. whose horses were s.i i dl . .. d.iy and night, by taking the trail ari;vd at the mines and wilh tin men who have been clipp ing there fur months, the G.-i'tie n--!i outnumbered ;he mounted pele-. : ven to one. but the whe le remibli t'anf'Il r.imil Sillee l;lf u illl f lie ri e. , f T : , , .... ,,, .,.,,,. -., oeniiio tnose nrteen m n armeo lorce or irresponsinie Americans WILSON-SMITH CONTEST The Former Is Confident and the Latter Apprehensive. One can not safely say that he is out of the woods until he has passed be yond the range of a rille in the hands of a man concealed behind the last tree. The game is not out until the last card is played. Nil desperandum. "Mehercule!" cried the countryman as he dropped the mouse and looked at his lacerated finger. "Nothing is to be despised because it is weak." These mottoes aphorisms and fable are here Introduced for the edification of the friends of Hon. Marcus A. Smith, who believed, as everybody else in Arizona believed last Wednesday night, except Judge W. H. Barnes of Tucson, and two or three others, that everything was all over but the shouting and that Mr. Smith was clearly nominated delegate to congress. His format nominuu;i -was expected to be made in Just on.' of but one member of the contesting delegation is so far given publicity. Jt j is that of Frank Met'lintoek, a resident of Phoenix, but the hold; r of a proxy i from- Joel White of Santo Domingo, one I of the precincts created by the creden- i tials committee last Wednesday. How Mr. MeClintock came in possession of this proxy has filled Joseph Alexander wirh curiosity. There used to be a man ' by the name of Joel White living at ; Santo Domingo, but he left there thir teen months ago and there is said to be lli man in Arizona who knows where he went or if he is living anyw here now. When the credentials committee came to making up the new precincts White was the last man who could be remem bered as a resident of that place. He was accordingly appointed and his proxy was given to Logan Rives. Now Joseph Alexander wonders how and and Mexican Lindsay min Mr. Lindsay had held reene has that can:; ti American undisputed posst- ! Id tl- w!.:. .1 citiz p. don of i'nder patents of th mem for nearly tw Greene sought to compel Lin.isav to I Sill th- mine to the Greene dmsnli dated Copper company. Greene in cluded the principal Lindsay mine :-i his Greene Consolidated prospectus. ; The two princ ipal mines described in mis prospec:;!; are the La S-r.riia ; a '.d La Ultima, i "The ore bodies described in the j prospectus as being in ;he La S.mrtia litre said to be. in fact, the ore b dies i in the Lindsay La Eureka tunnel and : the ore bodies as described in La ; T.'Uema the ore 'bodies found in the Lindsay la Sierra de Cobre. ' "This did not scare away capitalist-;, for an Indiana and Chicago syndicate composed nf such men as Editor Morse mitt tliey took possi rsion of the mir -1 c sily. " Yhe mounted police kept guard over the mines that night and the next morning the commissary turned rh Mexican govern- i over to Lindsay- Curtis for the. t years previous. I ,.,na syndicate. A large force of men was immediately put to work, while the Greene men quietly retreated, leaving Lindsay and the Indiana svn- in full possession." dicate rf iho TniU'mQTe-iliu Hnlin 1 ot! T.- , l. "M , , : . t. f , ....t ..... - 'I' i. aii.i i Linn .in i iiiiiui h loiuill llils f AWFUL DETAILS (Continued From First Page.) u'aaIi from thait d'ate The next iav there was talk of a con- ; sleuth, the assigning of Mr. McClin testing delegation, but it was not coun- to'k to Santo Domingo was somewhat tenanced by Colonel Wilson, for word J of a sarcastic joke, but the delegation more or less fictitious Joel White, when 'th:- whole- credentials committee could ' only guess at his postofiice address. I ' Frank McClintock has been for many ' 1 years a constable of this precinct and i ..us ac.imreci me reputation or ne.ng a Wason and John MrC.nrtv .mmi.. sion. r of public wor ks of Chicago, af ter personally Inspec ting the ground n.-ul-General to Paris Mayor Tag- gerr, Hugh McGowan. president aril general manager of the Indianapolis street railway; Pr. Jamieson of the same railroad cr.mpany: Crawford Fairbanks cf Terre Haute; H. P having come the day before that Gra ham had instructed for Smith, the last hope lay in Gila. Everything ela had gone po unexpectedly wrong that Col onel Wilson expected Gjia would rather contribute to his disaster or neglect to instruct for htm. Ir e:ther event a contest wouldt be useless. Last Sat urday night word cam? from Globe thai the thirteen delegates from Gila had been instructed fur Wilson. Counting upon a defection of two Smith delegatts from Cochise thus clearly gave Wilson a majority of eight, leaving the per sonnel of the Maricopa county dele- o-uiir, mi-t of 'the question, it was on.-nructed with as a whole has been gri at seriousness. As has been stated, the contest is based mainly upon the work of the cre dentials committee in building up the precincts of Santo Domingo, Arizona Falls. Verde. New River, and the Os borne Copper mines: giving an extra delegate each to Orme, Osborn. Alma, and District 14. and allowing the nev.lv credited delegates to vote upon the and after the attorneys had passed on tho tirles, bought the mines from Lind say & Curtis. "However, the Groene people, through Mitchell. White- & Johnson, boasted of having forty men from Texas, each of whom was equal to s.-ven Mexican sol cHers.' With tluse m,:i they w- Jl 1 hold the minis against th? world. One day last week th.- judge cf Ar-p" tui-tly arrived in the camp with only fifteen mounted police to eject th question of their creation and allowing Greene people from the IJndsay mines contests in jiistrnt :tl and Kyrene to vote upon their own admission to th--convention . There are allegations beside of minor 1 then and there settled that there would I irregularities. " uruii-i i in contestants w in suecee-i tomorrow or not. the Wilson folks think and the Smith people are somewhat be a contest. In fact the movement had already so . far progressed 'that the contesting dele gation had been named, though th name of only one member has been made pubfie. Judge James Reilly of Tombstone ar vived in the city yesterday morning. He Is a member of the Cochise county delegation, and has two proxies se curely pinned in his upper left vest p.rcket, about 3-16 of an men irom heart. He keeps feeflng of that pocket whenever he thinks of those proxies . and makes the papers rustle, thus sat isfying himself that they are there, j Judge Reilly has lived in Tombstone i a great many years a contemporary of ! "Our Mark." He early became not an admirer of Mr. Smith and preached against 'the idolatry of Cochise county. The first and only tangible result of all these years of preaching is pinned within his upper left vest- pocket. There will thus, including Judge Rellly's own, ibe three votes cast in the territorial convention tomorrow- in favor of any proposition not in the interest of Mr. iSmkh. Thus the vote will stand: For Smith Coconino, 7: Yuma. "; Pinal, 5; Pima, 11; Santa Cruz, 4; Co chise, 11; Graham, 1760. For Wilson Yavapai. 34; Mohave, 9: Navajo, 6; Apache, 4; Gila, 13; Cochise, 369. For who can get them Maricopa, 33. Tt has been mentioned that the name apprehensive. It all depends upon whether the Wilson majority is suf ficiently pai:isan: whether it will let its favoritism of Colom 1 Wilson or its only fift-en men." they answered: "we will have no trouble to stind them eff, ' -.d, in:i. -. di itely the road from the Cobre Grande camp io the- Lindsay mines became a cloud of dust, for tiu Grceno pe. pie, from George S. Rob' bins down to Martin z's Comouen-.' were immediately mounted and 1. d by Martinez, Ji hnson bringing up the rear with imitation Apache war whoops whiV Mitchell and Sheriff Scott While of Cochise county, Arizona, eclipsed in steamer stranded, death and destruc tion on every hand, is the latest sum inary of the situation at Galveston. There is hardly a habitable house in the city and every business house is damaged. The storm commenced hot ween 9 ne.l ! 10 o'clock on Saturday morning and by l r.o.m the waters of the gulf had inun dated the island as far inland a Twelfth street. At 6 p. ni. there wen three feet of water in the lobbies of the liemont hotel, the highest .point of the city. At 9 the water on Market stieet was level with the seats of the street cars. When the wind reached a velocity of eighty-four miles an hour the instru ments of the government observatory were wrecked. Seven hundred people congregated in the city hall were more or less injured. A Man from Lucis Terrace reports a loss of fifty lives in a building from which he escaped. A correspondent of the Associated Press counted sixty bodies in a space cf one block. From St. Mary's intii .r. ary only eight persons escaped alive. The total number of patients and nurses usually aggregate about biO. RoJenburg school, selected as a place nf l i fuge, collai'Sed and but few under the loof Si aped. Police Ofllcer John Bowie, recently vottd the most popular officer in the city, was met by the correspon dent. The toes of both feet were brok en, his ribs caved in und his head bat tered. "It is nothing." he sjid. "My house, wife and children are in the gulf and I have nothing to live for." He but voiced the sentiment grap pling the hearts of a majority of the survivors. With the ghastliness of the great loss before thenr the people for a moment were paralyzed. Fifteen men were all that escaped out of a full com pany stationed at Reach barracks. At 11:30 Sunday morning the waters had receded from all portions of the city save the streets near the bay front, which still contained two to four feet of water. At the union depot Haggage Master Harding picked up the life less form of a baby girl. The parents are supposed to have been lost. All the windows are out and portions of the walls of the dep it were blown down. Escape during the storm was impos sible, as the building was surrounded by water twelve feet deep. Six great ocean steamers lie stranded along the beach. The big dredge. Texas City, was driven inland half a mile and never can be returned to the water ex cept in pieces. The steamer Pensacola put to sea in the face of the gathering storm and is believed to be lost u iih I her crew of thirty-six. Three grain elevators and the Reymerschoff mill are wrecks. The Moody Rank building is unroofed. The engine room of the Tre mont hotel caved in: the power house of the street railroad- was destroyed. No wires of any sort are left and the streets are a mass of tangled debris in every direction. Washing Becomes a Positive Pleasure WHEN YOU ARE USINO ONE OF THE Wyeth White Cedar Washers SOLD ONLY BY D. H. BURTIS', 31-33 E. Washington Street rtUARANTEEP TO BE THE BEST OX THE MARKET. ONLY $7.00. CALL ASH LOOK AT THEM BEFORE ISI YIXG. F5JR STORE THE DAMAGE AT HOUSTON. Houston, Tex., Sept. 10. The Ma sonic temple wrecked, and many other buildings damaged, with a total loss of $",00.0110, and one life. Is the record of the storm at Houston. Not a house escaped damage. All the school build ings were unroofed, the tower of the Methodist church was blown down and the walls of St. Mark's Episcopal church collapsed. The Capital hotel sustained a damage of $15,000, the Lawler hotel $20,000. and Hutchins ho tel $10,000, Merchants and Planters oil mill unroofed and the Dickson car heel works a mass of debris. To hi rw T Y Schoo I Has Opened. DO THESE LOOK GOOD TO YOU? 1 5c 1 pound Arbuckle Cffee. 10c 1 can best standard Corn or Tomatoes. $(.10 10 pounda pure Leaf Lord. 13c 1 pound Eastern Bacon. 48c 1 pound Star Tobacco. - 30: 1 pound very best Chewing Tobacco. 45c 1 pound Schilling's B. Powder. 25c 1 pound M. & J. Coffee. ICc 1 can Salmon. 5c 1 can Sardine?. 65c 1 dozen Pint Fruit Jars. 85c 1 dozen Quart Fruit Jars. 10c 1 can Evaporated Creams. These are !lhe prices that make them dizzy and crowds the Store that's Al--ways Busy. yn"- McKEE'S CASH STORE Punbrton block, roixxriU tomrt fccuaa. UpkOM M. You will want to fix up your boys with a new suit. Where can you find a better or larger stock of good well made and reliable brands than at our store? We have them at all prices, from the cheapest to the best. Our line of boys waists is complete and embraces all the best makes, Mother Friend waist, K. & E. blouses, and Juvinile shirts just what your boys want. We have an immense line of school shoes and we are offering great bargains in these goods. Boys school hats and caps in endless variety and our prices on them will be found the lowest in the city. We also carry a complete line of misses and children's school dresses. Our fall goods of all kinds are beginning to arrive and we can cheerfully say such a line as we will have this season will surprise you. These goods have been purchased at a very low price and we will give you the benefit of the same. Gaze in our large middle window and see these beautiful youths and boys suits on display. m in? 2 pa 4?L -- - . . l . f m Phone 2251 213 to 224 Hast Washington S reet orders promptly filled P. S. The opening in our millinery parlors show a few of the latest ladies waSkirg hats. mm t s,iTs. ?!fy yv jk W W W Vs A Bl'LLETIN OF DEATH. Dallas. Sept. 10. The Houston -Texas Central railroad officials received a bulletin at noon announcing that th" loss of life in Galveston would reach 2.00a, AX APPEAL FOR AID. Houston, Sept. 10. An appeal for aid for Galveston has been issued from here. Mayor S. H. Brashear and B. A. Keisner, chairman of the relief commit- i tee, will receive contributions. THE P.ED CROSS READY. Washington, Sept. 10. Clara Barton wires Governor Savers of Texas: "Do you need the Red Cross? We are ready.'' THE PRESIDENT'S OFFER. I Washington, Sept. 10. The president has wired the governor of Texas that he will inst' uet the secretary of war i went up 43 to 61 points thU morning and to furnish tents and provisions for flood I the excitement on the exchange was sullereiS. i JUST RECEIVED be sold at Summer prices to make room for our Fall Pur chases, see our Display of 30c. to 50c Matting at 25c. per yard. This week only. RICHMONDDAYLUESELY CO. 21-23 ELL1NCSON BLOCK LADIES' TAILOR-MADE SUITS Made to Your Measure from $18.00 up. There is no need of paying an enormous price for your TAILOR-MADE SUITS. We will take your measure and guaran tee you a perfect fit. You take no risk. A large assortment of patterns to select from. We invite you to call and see our samples. H. G. FEL KINGS, Merchant Tailor, w 1 1 V. J almost unparalleled. EFFECT OX THE MARKET. New York, Sept. 10. As a result of the storm the damage to cotton in Texas is estimated at 1,000,000 bales. Cotton I Ths gr om may lead the bride to the altar but his leadership is apt ko end tnere. Rats are fine swimmeis. They are nearly as much at horn1 ill a swollen, stream as they are in tse placid cellar of a well stocked mansion. In fact the whole rodent family, including mice, siiuirrels. and other secies, learn ti make themselves at home In the water when necessity requires it. I LADIES Jt is very important to know who onrries the finest line of I POCKET BOOKS and CARD CASES Von will have more money to put into your pocket hook if you huy of up. . ELVEY & HULETT, i HL LIYL UKUbUiaia. 5 and 7 E. Washington St I Days More THE REMOVAL SALE CONTINUES AT DOR R iS BROS. Great Offerings in Furniture D0RRIS BROS., Souse Furnishers. Ifito22 KA.ST WASHINGTON l'lii c iix, Arizona. T., P.LUESTOCKINGS OX A BENDER. TUTTING OFF DT'NS. Ella The Bcntieman who lodges above appears very attentive to you." l?.-!la "Ah. yes: I am even engaged to him. Kilt yet I am tortured with i diiiiht 'Would that I knew whether he- Edith-I shouldn't think you'd care, j ,ovM mp f()r mvFeIf aione:" I'm sure your bathing suit covers yi-u ! Ella "But why in the world should pretty well. j he marry y..u otherwise?" Bella Oh. it wasn't the bathins suit, i Bella "Well, to tell the truth, he Bella I was on the beach and I met ; Mr. Kulture. I was never so ashamed in my life. I didn't have my glasses on. It seemed so immodest to be without ! them! Boston Transcript. owes my mother six months' rent." St. Louis Globe-Democrat. A MISANTHROPE. Bowery Staprgers When down everybody tries to down further. P.ell Mell Huh! You talk like some body's been offering you de vice presi- dency. Puck. 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