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TAVUTjPTIE yeah. TEN PAGES PnOENIX, A1MZOXA, SUNDAY MOBNIXG, JAXUABY 2, 1902.- TEN PAGES VOL. XII. KO. 253. THE NO GROWN FOR SCHLEY ! t Ttie Political Boom His Friends He Would Not Lay the Frequently Manifested Love of the People for Him Upon the Altar of Ambition, Having Served His Country From Pole to Pole and From Sun to Sun, He Is Satisfied With the Recognition of Those Services He Has Received A Chicago Dem onstration Last Night. "hlcnso, Jan. Utvir Adniirnl S. Schley today ihv'.v - ". Mivd i had no intention of ent .-rii'-S" p'diti' p. His r-marks wi'i e ca!'ui:; i-d to :-t at fi'si nr all time tho political umo'iions v. hit h some ;T his :d:iiivrs entertained f t him. Hp said n.j olllt p. howev hi.uh. would tempt hi:n to j--'i;.t di:'..' tl.t Ir.ve the perudp of this country have expressed fur hiui. The day for the admiral was a round of receptions., at each of which Ik ex pressed gratitude Tor ;hp tokens of es l em and approbation. The demonstrations reached a climax iu a banquet gien in his honor y ih1 Hamilton club in the bamjuet hail of the Auditorium. Approximately msts wei p pr-'-sent. The !u!iiiH;t iK-gaii at C: 4ii o. I ck. K. A. Munser was toast master. M.iyo, Harrison and Governor Yates avleiidt-d. Tosastmaster Munger. in a iiiiwing Fpcech. referred to t he preset e of Ad liiiral Schley. The speaker's wnrus were repeatedly interrupted by enters. The first l esporrse ' v an by H-nry Prh e, former president of the Mrtr:'"!?vl society of 'hicaso. iis subjt-et wu.-:, ST. THOMAS SENTIMENT REGARDING THE SALE It Has Not Been Manifested, tnit Dis- turbances Provided Against. StT Thomas, D. W. !., Jan. '.". Th - :::mi;'.m f merit which reached h:re yes terday of the Fic-ning t-.c tie1 treaty by v.li.h De-murk s.lls ;:ie Uanish West ladies to I h,- I'nited States waff rr c ivctl rpnetly. There was no open Tranfestatioo, but much anxiety pre W.11S rt gardinc- dveltmmpntF. Niithing ofTicial has yet been received from Copenhagen. The governor cf St. Yhcmas hnr: dec-iined to be int :rvi w T. Tin- Ianish cruiser Valkyrieii will re main here indefinitely, it is report"d. sc as to gu.rd af;aijtst disturb. nicer, wlth-h it is believed, liov, wt r. will nor lil ely su cur. ?dt"CH MAIL LOFT. Washington. Jan. i.The pr,stefT'e e ib -partment was advise.; today thut iicjch mail was lost in th-p -olti:don on the Santa Ie railroad at Cooliihje. Kan., last Monday. One train earrk-d closed jioc.nches containing mriH from Denver, "iorado Springs. Paob'o and other pc-ints in Colorado whi' h v.e.s destined for eastern points. .Ml this w.is de-f-toyed. a Open Today Located in the Capitol A.cbj3itiorT4 at end cf car line lO minutes drive from center of city n herd cf Kisr:inti? ostriches, FtandltiR 7 to 1" f'-et hiKii. wi'iiri'.insT -r,0 to 4Ml r!o a .:t of liaby ostrl h hicks just liiitilifl. only a f-w days o'.l, imd a. hcul of Xuliian ostriches . just arrivcil after a two months' voyaRp. havinp: been iin;ort'.l dhoct from tf.e Nubian Di.wrt to l'hooriix. VISIT our salesroom and see the pret iest display of ostrich feathers ( to be seen in the United States. Ostrich plumes, 'tips, boas, collars, fani. pompons, hair nov elties and. in fa'-t, everything made out of ostrich ft a triers1. Admission 2Z tents. Open daily, including Sundays. Started tor Him by Is Ended The.Stue of Maryland." II" referio.l to the admiral as "The foivnuis-t Mary lander of his time." Tic speaker .n'ot-d a brief port! m of I s o lor K.tyn r s speech before the urt o ianohy in , behalf of Admiral Schley, and was cheeied. Tlie g-ie.t- then ranf; "Mury- , land. My Maryland." endir.;-; with two stanzas which had b u written for the occasion. Amiial Schley, during a biicf speech, said: I am idmply a sailer and haw served y-u in si.irm and calm, sunshine end bad weather, from pole to pole and fit. m sun to sun. The only motive of action has ::iv. ays been 'my country and my ppoole.' I desire to say most emphatically that i have no dc:-ire to be other than a s-ailov. I have nrt aspiration for any civil oflice. however hiKh it may be. Applause.) My one ambition has bp on l) s-erve you faithfully, loyally, devot edly (applause), and if I have succeeded in doing that the measure of my ambi tion is full, and my only other1 ambi tion is that 1 may retnm for the rest rf tho years that may he vouchsafed it e your h: ve, your esteem and youi riipect. (Gheers.) ALL FOR THE MERGER PETITION TO VANSANT To Quit His Fight gaiE3t the Noh- era Securities Company. St. I; Mil. Jan. -7. A prtition has been si-'ied by g! ;.i-i men. lumbei men. t:ier (ii::;.ts and shipp.vs of M inn -ajMlis. to In- .-sent I'd to Governor Van Sant. ; .'king that the fight aga'iMi t the so- . called merger of the t5re.it Northern, N'-rt hern iaci fie r;Til I h:i li .lgton ra il ds be discontinu- d. The jtetitioners : -uitc that it is their "belief that the pro pof ed ; rrangetnent for the c ontrol of i the thr ee syst !ns by r.-.wis or the j Xoj it : n Securities company will be J moie ben -flfial t' shijJieers than the :-;:sti::g conditions. They want a sta- ! h:!ity of ra t"?. thy say. and believe i the Northern Securities company will !.-,etne this for them. Petitions of a imiiar nature are said to be coming from othr ia::s of the : si. te. -o- ( : K S P V. TFl 1-7- Y 1 k;. lined. Washing-ion, Jar. i". A represen ta in of the Hankers Trust company of SI. liui' called on S retary C.age to day and indicated that the company w - old lik- to make him a proposition t ) accept apsition at the head o it. Mr. t Jag informed his visitor that when he turned ovr his o.'fU e to his sue he veuld ! cate either in Chi-c;:r-o or New York and could not enter tan, a proposition from any other ! OTHER HORRORS TO BE AVERTED Halves; in. Te :.. J i of expert engineers 'oral H. M. Uobei t. f gir.eer I. S. A.; Alfn of the Walker island, sion, and H. C. ltipl j have submitted plum tion of Oal vi -ston 1 1 ) of the great lors of ' such as follo w ed the ' year. I The plan en Us for ; i water on the (Ju'f si-: total cost is estimate' i:. The board ooiic-d it' O.'n-rn-.e"y chief on 1 Noble, member in canal comm! y. local engineer, ' for the prolec oi a recurrence i.'"'.' and property, !iui'!'i'-ar.e oi last ' oneret" bieak e . f the city. The i ;tt 53,3in.t"WK. ! ANt")T-n:il ST I IK FT Aii STillKK. The Disc h trge of Kin ;n -n Caused a It.jycotl in Terre liaute. Ind. Terre Haute. Ind., Jan. LW At a meeting of the Cenlr.d K-iljor union to r:eht a boyec-it was d-i-larcd on the Terre Haute F'e-c trie company, which ct ntrols the city railway hues and the intcrurban line to ISrazii. All of the n . toi men. c onluetors and otl)er em lloyts ln:fc cnmpu-iy. mimbering about -oo. are expo led t , ;:)ey the filler of the U!iion and ga on strike. The t'lninle grew out of t.ic discharge of i he firemen employ ?d at the p iwer hmse. who had made di-n.ands which i he company refused to c ee-dder. ! THKIIi M A II i J. I AC K WAS A SF2CRET. I J':ir Thr?.- Yoa; " Vntralla Cauptc as Half Krothei- :i:ul Sister. - Ce ntrali.n. II'.. Jan. t rank Wilson 1 'srd Miss A. M. Solera sun.iistnl their: i'.'U nils uxlay by announrinf? they had j tict n husband and wife Ir ihroe years j :m not half brother and sister, as they j lt:iti led the Ontralia people to believe, i Ihy came h?re from Carthage. Mo., J ami started a randy manufacturing:! 1'MFinv'Ss in 7!lss Sei?rs name. They s:-ld their business a few weeks ntfo and :trer a visit returned here to live. To- ! y Mr. WilFon made the a noun cement f their nurriaf;, sayinp that they . k. pt thv secret for purely business rea- . yn:s. .Miss Spiers had been in business' h Tore and t hey wanted to use hpr , r:i in.'. They have prospered a nd can ' ::u afford t;i drop the deception. I!IA'KLIFT UPHELD. Columbus. (.. Jan. 2". Th? syllabus, of the supret!:P court's dei ision in the, ease of the Nickel Plate company ; ; versus Frank Snuffer, involving the , "blacklist," which was given out today, ' sustains the railroad company. ' MKXICAN KAltTHQUAKES. Mexico Ci:y. Jan: 25. A sharp earth quake shock was felt here at ten min-r.tt-s part ! ihia m;rnir.K. awakening the people from sleep. A shock was also ex p l iem ed a i Taxro, in the state of Guerrero, yesterday afternoon. DOi.K ASKED TO RESIGN. Washington, Jan. :". The Post to morrow will say that Secretary Hitch cot i has forwarded a letter ti Sanford . Drle. governor of Hawaii. Intimat-r-x t h.it the governor's resignation is iks ire 1. MINISTKii llbWKX WFDrtKD. G:r:cas. Vi-nezuela. Jan. 27. I'nited Sl::tcs Mi:-i:i. r !b i .-i t V". llowc:i was iiarripd t-.-hty to liss Carolyn (hc;g of Galveston, Toy. FRIDBORN SUSPECT AN INSANE MAN Ee Denied That Ha Committed the Hew Year's Eve Tragedy. I Denver. Jan. 2". Detectives Carberry ' and Sanders this morning brought here I the man captured yestercay in I-arimer j county and who was suspecred of being i tiit Kridborn murderc r. The man has ' a s.. it -inflicted v. i:nd which is very 1 serious. His jaw is r;;ct u:-u fo three I-I.:ces and his tongup is torn out. Police Siiigeon Sharpley rx presses a be l:t " that the man is hopelessly insane.! He is an Italian and gives hhi name as Tfnir.F?o MincL He wrote the answers t'i Chief Armstrong's fptestions in -Italian, which were translated by an : int eriretoi. He said he was 42 years old and has a wife and two children in I Italy, lie der.c-d the Fridborn murder, i Mo;-t oi his answers are unintelligible. He was seat to the county hcspitai and ' will not be confronted by Florence Fiidbern until he recovers. Through the efforts of Dr. Joseph u-i.'ii. the Ha II. tn consul, it was I-ariu.l tr.. light that Tomasso Minci has boon for years a miner at Central City. Colo., and recently went insane.! He is said to have eluded his friends, left Centra! City last "Wednesday.; H; believed he was being hunted and , his efforts to ercape imaginary pur suers directed suspicion la ward him. i ::i:cioi-s stonks in Montana. , Find o Sapphire and Diamonds He p .rted From Near Icwiston. I.rwiston. Mont., Jan. 25. Some of ih.- st.mes found raar here that were examined and tested by a mineralogist were pronounced sapphires of excellent oaabty. similar tr the white sapphires f- tmd in Yego district. A telegram was 1 received b Helena today by e:;-(ov-c rno Hauser from former Spuater Wo! cott of cdorado inquiring- as to the g nuiueness of the find and saying if it was genuine Moreton Frew en. the Krglish liii'ncier. would start for Mon lai.a immediately. Diamonds are re Hrted to havp been found. o SHEEP DRIVING OPT CATTLE. Bis Hrds in Northwest Will Soon Pe Force! Into Canada. Omaha. Neb., Jan. 27. I'eforo many yers have passed ell the big herds of cattle in Montana and the Ijakctis will be moved across the Canadian line into British posi-essien:--." said W. D. Dris ltell of Spcnrfiesh. S. I". at the Midland hotel last night. "The sheep men are driving the cattle men out of the coun try. I am in the cattle business and can safely predict that our range in Montana and Dakota will be seized by sheep men within a few years. When a band of sheep crosses a range cattle will aband ni it. The Dritish posses sions have good lands for cattle graz ing and the winters are not too severe for acclimated animals. The cattle nu n have appealed to congress for pro tection from the sheep men for many eais. but so far v. have not been suc ccr.ful. "During the last live years the sheep raiprrs have made fortunes and the flocks cf tdieep in the noithwest are mull iplyf r.g every year." Do You Like Goodies? Try GRAPEfiUTS For Brcaltfast Lunch or Dinner THE PRINCE'S VISIT GERMAN PROGRAMME Departure from the Father- land Will Be a Simple Ceiemony The New York StaaU Zeitung's Ban quet to Newspapermen in Honor ofthe Soyal Visitor-The Presi dential Banquet. Ferlin, Jan. 25. When Emperor Wil liam bids Prince Henry of Prussia fare well prior to the latter's departure for the Fnited States, their parting will be a simple private affair. No speeches for publication will be exchanged. The. leave taking wil! assume the form of i military act in which the officer re ceives his lest instructions from his sc. creign before going on an important n.irsion. It is understood that hi majesty will iflvo Prince Henry a written memo -rnrda of what he wishes his royal ..other to communicate to President Poos -volt. Prince Henry, who is now : h- it, will return to Ki-d on February 10 m.r' remain there till be goes to Firemen to embark for the I'nited States., Th-" , various members of the prrnce's party; will ns:-emhle at Premcn on February' II. The Mailing of Prince Henry will1 not be marked by any special cere- ; monies, nor, so far as known, will any j member of the royal house see the : prince off. The foregoing are the arrangements communicated to the correspondent n? the Associated Preti today, but it is Mill quite possible that F.mperor Wil liam will disregard th? programme and bid farewell to his brother in a more j public manner ?t Bremen. This at !c:;st is the hope of some of the mem- j hrrs, of the suite. ; The dinner to be given in Prince Henry's honor under the auspices of the ' New York Staats Zeitung to the pres cf the I'nited States is the feature of the prince's diversion which is attract- ! i::g inert attention here. Prince Henry i himself asked particularly about this ' feature of the programme, ami when told that some editors would probably' travel X.tWW) miles to be present he ex-piesf-ed wonder The 'yinc-ina! German' newspapers will send special corre ; sjtondonts to New York on the Krnu Prinz Wilhelm. Among the tn will be Captain I annen"nau--r of the l.oknl An zeigcr. Alexander von Hahn cf the os- sische Zeitung. and Koneyd Alberts. editor cf the I: -rlin Morning Post. TWO T-AIY Ol'KSTS. Washington. Jan. 27. It was deciIed today that Mrs. Hoosvelt and Miss Alice Hooseveit will attend the state brncjuet to be given by the president in honor of "Princp Henry. Heretofore it had been decided that therp would be- no ladies present. DAY IN THE MARKETS A DROP IN GRAIN Copper in New York Awaiting Advices From the London Market. i New York. Jan. 2.V The weakness of ; today's stock market was about as nar row as the recent show of strength, and i seemed equally due to professional op- j era tors, who took profits in specialties ; , that advanced recently. Sugir. Me- j ; tropolis Street Kailway. c.. C. C. & ' St. L. and Amalgamated Copper were all thus affected, the last showing a j , good power of absorption. New York , , Central was depressed by the coroner's ) ! verdict, holding the ofhcials responsi- ! i bio for the tunnel disaster. STOCKS. j Atchison. 75; preferred. C. & O., i , 45-T4; C & S., M'n: preferred. fiO: sec ond preferred, IS1-; c., ( '., C. & St. I.., ; luPri : Krie. : Ot. Northern, pre ferred. Manhattan, 1.15 ; Metropoli- : I tan. lG'iifc: Mo. Facilic. ltM"s: N. J. ! Central. isS: N. Y. ntral. lr.ii"-: Penn jsylvania. 14S; St. D. & S. F.. 01; pre- j ) f erred. S,T; second preferred. 74; St. ; ! laul, Kd; So. PaciHc. 5S: Fnion Pa- J s c llic, lOO1; Amalgamated Copper, 71; ' ; Anaconda. 3 1 : Sugar. llM7: I'nited, States Steel, preferred. 12 ; : Wfst.n I'nion, i'0-: S. F- "Mlt1". ' I HINDS. I'nited States refunding 2s, registered ; 1 and coupon, 10SH: 4s registered. IDS; j coupon, lOSi; new 4! registered, l'S: , , coupon, 1"U ; old 4s registered and ! ! coupon, llli.: 5s registered, Im'r, onu- ' pon. 3ti7Vi. Silver, 55; Mexican ilo! i lais, 44V4. METALS. ; New York. J in. 25. The local mar-! I ket was nuiet today. Lack of infor- mation from foreign markets left Nev York to take its own course. Doth! buyers and sellers are awaiting de- i 'velopments next week, so no important i price changes were made. Copper j called was about steady at lie for lake, i ; IuTm for electrolytic and 10 for cast- j : ing. Lead was quiet and unchanged at j 4c. Spelter was about steady, with j $4.30 quoted as the trading price. ! GKAIN AND PROVISIONS. Chlcapo. Jan. 25. Reported improved conditions in the winter wheat belt to- j gether with a decided slump in corn, caused- an unmercilful hammering of the wheat market today, and May wheat closed with a loss of 1U(J?& at TSVs- Corn closed lc lower for May Lifiuidation by the bull ciiciue appar- ently to secure profits, caused the i break. Oats c losed c lower in sym- pathy with other grains. Provisions ; ruled steady throughout the session. May wheat cipened 7n'fi TS'-j to 'e. . Went down--toTM, closed Ts. May cewn opened touched CZVnrt : 63 U. declined to C.!, rore to 6 ami J solii off to at close. j May oats cpetied -IT, to 4.H and cle- j c lined to 4 ;c at tlote. 'hieago. Jan. 1:5. Cattie IleceJpts. '2Uit; steady; good to prime, $.r.tKii $7.25; nominal ; imioi- to medium, l.oofn $t.0; j stockers and feeders, $J.i5(!i ?4.50; cows,: ll.0i'if i.Cit; heifers. $2.27.1 $5.00; ca n- ners. l.rtiCo$'i.lir.; bulls. $ 1.50; j calves. S2.5"1i $6.25; Texas fed .steers.! $4.lHti$6.00. Sheep Iteceipts. 2.000; steady.; lambs . steady: good to choice wethers. $4.301 1 $5.-0: fair t3 choice mixed. $3.75fi $4.50; western sheep fed, Jl.OOi' $",.25; native lambs. $:.:.',)'(i $5.5; western lambs fed. $r.xiff $5.sr. W!OL. AND HIDES. New York. Jan. Hidi-s. stoady: (Salvevtion 20 to f ioiinds, ISr: Tt'xas dry. 24 to 30 pounds. HUc. Wool, steady: d-imebtic (leeco. 2t'1-j,n uTr: Texas, 16fi lTo. A LABOR IMPOI1TKR Chicago. Jan. 2t William "Watterson. ! superintendent of the Ship Owners Dry j "Dock company, in North Halstpad ; street, was arrested touay on a charge ; of importing labor into the state at a time that a strike was in progress at the establishment of the company. i FYiPIlTH INFANTPY. Washington, Jan. 27,. Orders have been issued by the war department, as signing th Fourth regiment of In fi. r. try. which recently arrived at San trancisco from the Philippines, to the department of Texas. A FREE WOMAN W. RICHARDSON She Was Acquitted Yesterday of the Murder of Eer Husband. Plattsburg, Mo., Jan. 27,. Mrs. Addie j Richardson this afternoon was acquit-! ted of the ch irge of murdering her ; hi sband. Frank W. lib hartb-on, a wealthy merchant, who was shot and I illed on Chr::-tiims eve, HHM.'as he war. entering his home at Savannah. Mo. A ; dramatic seem foil a wed the rendering of the verdict. Mrs. Uichardson was overwhelm M "tvith congratuatioir -from friends who crowded the court , loom to await the arrival of the jury. The jury went out at 3:30 and returned v.'th a vprdiet thirty-five minutes later. : Mrs. Kichardpnn was indicted for ii.urder in the tirst chgr'e and ttie state endeavored to p'-fve as the motive that j sh had sustained improper relations with Si 'wart File, a young society man ar.il a former business nsKoeiate. oi ; i:ichard:-o:i. Fife was arrested recently ' at Ncrth Yakima. Wash., on a charge? of complicity in the crime and is now : in jail at Savannah p. wailing trial. ; IIF.H ltKVENV.E ON HKII Ht'SFlAXD' A 35-Year-Old Woman and a Youth Kloped and Were Caught. Gurnet t. Kan.. Jan 27,. Mrs. J. R. Mar shall, a woman of 35 years, and 1 Je.mes Stanley, a young man of 21, and 1 Mrs. Marshall's husband are all in jail here awitiug officers from Pawne?. Okla. They will be taken ther? to an-' swer th-? charge of stealing a team and J carriage, with which they were travel- j lap to "Leavenworth. Tneir arrest was j occasioned because Mrs. Marshall loved ouiik Stanley. he:i hpr husband and t Sherifl" Moore foiled an attempt on the! part of the two to elope she became so . enraged that she confessed that Mar- shall was a horse thief and had him , ai rested also. The trio reached here j last night. They had been traveling j and camping by the way. Marshall got old to get some bread for supper. No ; sooner had the door of the bakery i c losed on him than Stanley put whip ' to the team and left the husband be- i hind. He supposed his wife had been j kidnapped and appealed to Sheriff' Moore, who had them arrested at Rich- j mond this morning. When Mrs. Mar- ! shall was brought back she dencunced ; her husband, and told the story-which j was corroborated upon communication ; with thp Pawnee oflicers. Marshall. : however, lays ail the crime upon Stan ley am his wife. I For Sale or I Rent t A New Finished Modern t Residence on Central Ave. Gompleie liirocgh t out On reasonable i terms. f Wfc MTt - pwightb. Heard X - Corner y. i. -,..,, A.TT Ar-.-.c CENTER AND ADAMS ,:. Cnri."M; ! .5. Ol Kfc.fc,l o. ... . 4-:-:--':-:-K-4'X-:-5":-:-- I Rh m B tea R1 iCbt mm n ne ?k ' n m m KtLtMSE OF MI55 STONED FREE IN A FEW HOURS Amsriosn Delegates Are at ttie Appointed Place With Money The Sultan of Turkey Has Discovered That the Now World Famous American Missionary Has Been Acting in Conjunction With the Macedonian Society, to Which the Greater Part of the Spoils Will Go That She Has Been Living in a Bulgarian Village Disguised as a Peasant. I Sofia, Jan. 25. A Femi-oflu ial pub lication unnouiues that the American c legates beat ing the ransom for Miss S. no. thp captive American mission -cry. have arrived at Jumaya and that M'ss Stone and her companion. Mrne. T.-Ilka. will be rel-'aserl v.ithin twenty T an hems after the mane is paid. THK SPi.TAX'S THKOIiY. Vip:ma. Jt;n. 23. The Pclitische Cor- r. :pondenz. hig hiy reputable paper. A RAILWAY STRIKE. A SERIOUS MATTER Italian Government Has Decided Not to Let One Take Place. ! Home, Jan. 25. The official jcuenrl tonight announces that the govern ment has taken a decided rtand b view of the rumors of an impending strike upon all the great railways la I in ly. The cabinet announces that it cannot consider a railway strike, af fecting as it does, the g;e,at public in terests, in the same category with strikes i,f ordinary workers, but wili class such an action as a strike of pub lic servant, - punishable under the penal code. While it has determined not to al low a railway strike, the cabinet recog nize:: the right of the woi king clashes to improve their o-.vu condition, a ud thei lore the government has ap proached the railway c:ompanhs w:t h a view to obtaining de: ired concessions, whi h it is confeieni it can do. S?F.I.K-'OXFi;?PED TiH i-F. New Orleans, Da., Jan. 25. K.V.vard Kern, the valet, who robbed P. . Tiie baud of New York of $50.0oO worth of jewt Iry, left for New York tonight, ac companied by Detective Sergeant ' Kelly. He admitted his identity to. lay in open court, and left without further legal tiht. COLOMBIAN BATTLE GOVERNMENT WON Panama. Jan. 25. A rej;oi t has ifeched here that fort-pa under the Co lombian geenral. Castro, had an en gagement with the troops under the t M-clutionary leader. Cleneral Ilerrera . In the neighborhood of Ajrua Dulee. southwest cf 1'anama. in which the i evcluticnai-y forces were defeated. Confirmation is awaited. A meeting of the government troops and revolutionists near Agua Dulee v. ould explain thp delay in the expected revolutionary attack upon Panama. QUIET IXSIDR. Colon. Columbia. Jan. 25. Late ad vices fro?n Buena Ventura and ilogota report that all is ouiet in the interior of the republic. News has reached Panama that Gen eral Forres, one cf the insurgent lead ers, was wounded on board tne liberal steamer Padilla during the naval bat tle of Monday last in Panama bay. The Evans Loan and Investment Go. ESTABLISHED SEPTEMBER 15, 1683 Lend Money on Improved Real Estate Have for sale an extensive list of improved and unimproved city, suburban and country realty, containing many attractive ofiorinjrs. which is furnished ; on application. HAVE MANY RESIDENCES FOR SALE AND FOR IiENT. - Tender Their Services to Conservative Money Lenders W. EVANS. C.J. CORNELL, . Mreldenf. Secretary I NO'S. I AND 3 W. WAS1IINUTON 8TREBT ; THE PHOENIX NATIONAL BANK PHOENIX. ARIZONA. Paid-tip Capital, $100,000. Surplus and tudivllpd Profits. $30,000. KB. GAG IS. Pivoiilont. T. V. P K M H K HT(, Vice-President. i J. IIAl.lv Cashier. C. LAIIIMKIt, Assistant Oashter. ! Stel-llned Vaults ami Sterl Safety Deposit Itoxes. General Baiikincr Business. "I Imits ispuefl on ail principal cities of the worhl. LMreetors Jas. A. Fleming. C. J : Hall. G. U. Iiit hinonti. A. 1C. Gasce. B. Hevman. F. M. MurDhv. L. M- Ferry. E. li-. ! Gage, T. W. Penilerton. !rr0HE SAINGS Bm AND TRUST "CU phoen-ik. artzona. CHARLES F. AINSWORTH, President. S. M. JIcCOWAN, ViCft-Presldent. , r. ji. gREKNK, Secretary. Authorized Cai.iml $l'K.(".j(. Honrs 3 a. m. tn 3 p. tn. ; Interest on dt-posits. No cummisiiion on loans. Iluh 11. Price. Cashier and Trcas- i nrer. tirectors Charles P. Ainsworth. S. M. UcCowao. Huh 11. Price. W. C , Foster. R. H. Greene. pi:blishcs a dispatch from Oonstan tiueple declirir-.g that tlie poi-te has r. c-eived scciv t reports accusing Miss Sti np cf connivance with thv? 'Mace donian committee' in nllowinsr herself to remain a prisoner in order to in ert ase the ransom for her release 1e mniided by the brigands, the bulk of v hicli wil! go to the committee. The dispatch further says that Miss Sii.no it at present living in a Rul K 'i dan village In the disguise of a peasant. TALK BY MAXWELL TO UNITED MINERS His Heme the Future Homes in the . . . Great Arid Region. Indianapolis. Jan. 21. George H. ?d;.xweU cf Chi' ago. executive i hair m.;n of thp National Irt igation a . -c: -uon. today addressed the miners' eortVerrtiriTi fn h- Rrg'iiTty of th. lnbor oi pa nidations of the country uniting in a demand on cr.ngrcss to take steps to v.i id irrirali:ig the great arid lar.ds of the west 'or the purpose of saving the lands for homes. He spoke against the Tetting of vast ti act of trwsTrrT' "t.t nil pt rmvitalmts. t who, he said, fenced it in and hefd it J f..:f a long p-iod of years. SOl'T i I WEST Y" K AT i I K il j Washington. Jan. 25. New Mexico : Sue w in the no! ih and ram in the .M.uth port ion Surdny, ifftich colder with a 'it-Id wave in the north jKirlion :.:id at re? tit in the south portion : Monda y :a'i. continued cold; brisk to high ! !'orlh'rly winds. j Arizona Sncw in the north and rain i or sncv in th south portions Sunda;.-. ! imjch cohier with a cold wavp; Monday I i'air: high northerly winds, j Wyoming Fair Sunday, continue I j lew temperature; Monday fair and not j--:te f:i cold; Northerly winds. EXDIXG OV A STItlKK. Kossland, 15. C.. Jan. 25. The execu tive committee of th-- miners' union an nounced today that a satisfactory agreement had been reached with the management of the Le lioi mine, and the strike is oft on that property. It was announced that negotiations were proceeding with the other mine owners, which will probably lead to a genera! suspension of the strike. Tiie strike has been running since last July. A BOER CONTINGENT TO HELP BRITISH Pretoria. Jan. 25. Lord Kitchener hfc" j authorized General Vilonel, the sur j rerderpd burgher, to raise an additional ! Beer corps of 1.5(H) men. Ceneral Vilonel has written a letter , t i ex-President Stein, warning the lat- t-r of his intention to form such a ct.i is, and addiag that the Beers in thp concentration camps are tired of the useless struggle and are determined j iu iu-iif int- ii luaii trim ii.