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WEDNESDAY APR. II, 1900,
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Flagstaff Sun. The house has passed its sub Elitute for the senate bill providin a territorial government for Hawai The differences between the tw bills are not radical, and no trouhl is anticipated in quickly reachin an agreement when the matter get into the hands of a conference com mittee. Willis F. Harlow, district attor ney of Santa Cruz county, was ac quitted last week by a jury of citizens on the charge of malfeas ance in office, Mr. Harlow's ac quittal was a magnificient victory for that gentleman and his many friends rejoico in his complete vindication. Last Saturday witnessed a jail break in Tombstone Deputy Sheriff Bravin being shot and Wm. Utiles, "Bravo John" and Burt Alvord escaping. The escapes are impli cated in the Fairbanks train rob ber', and seem to have made good their escape. The Halderman Brothers, who are under death sentence, refused to escajje. The United Verde Copper Com pany has been organized under the laws of West Virginia. Capital stock is placed at 500 shares of the value of $100 each, a capitalization of $50,000. The small capitaliza tion is nrobablv for the purpose of getting around the war revenu law. Treadwell, the litigant, i not in the new corporation, although it was said he agreed to the new- deal. Senator Clark owns 243 shares and J. A. McDonald 245 and three other men five each. Mohave Miner. The following, according to th governor's report tor 1899, is th assessed valnatiou of property in Yuma county: Cultivated land ... .$59,351.14 Improvements 11.733.00 Uncultivated land lo,044.G Improvements 1,225.00 Patented mines 2,550 00 Improvements 70.170.00 City & town lots 63,004.00 Improvements 73,035 00 Horses 12,961.00 Mule3 1,100.00 Cattle 10,765.00 Swine 1,422.50 Railroads 502,539.55 All other property 77,230.50 Total 902,478.34 The general republican sentiment towards AdrniralDewey's announce ment of his candidacj for the pres idenc' is that of sympathy for h Admiral, who is be'ieved to have allowed himself to be persuaded into doing a foolish thing by a; ambitious wife and a scheming brother-in-law. Mr. John R. Mc Lean, his brother-in-law, is gene rally understood to have been in Kvmnathv witn the movement j i f engineered by Ex-Senators Gorman and Hill and other eastern demo crats to defeat Mr. Bryan in the democratic convention, and it looks as though they intended trying to use Dew,ey to do it, and in the event of failure to make Dewey an inde nsndent candidate. Republicans ard the renomination and re flection of President McKinley asi so certain that thpy arc not seri-jt caely coac-mr. itouass! ;es abottf j Col. McCord vho returned from ! Washington Thursday evening, peakn;g 3'esterday of the political ituation in the east, said there was no doubt that the election of Pres- dent McKinley would be more decisive than it was four years ago. Those who have looked over the ground believe that if Col. Bryan nominated that he will he still further handicapped by the anti expansion plan':, which will be a part of the democratic platform. Mr. Walter liutchins of the Wash ington Times, a thoroughly demo cratic paper, says that that plai k will cost a million democratic votes. There will be nothing to offset it with except the votes ot a few anti-imperialist republicans in the New England states, and it is doubtful if the silver plank of the democratic platform would nolscare them away from Mr. Bryan. Herald. DISTRICT COUKT. The Famous King: Case Concluded Yesterday. - ,l.v. - The case of S. Morgan Smith vs. the King of Arizona Mining and Milling company was terminated yesterday by the jury returning a verdict in favor of the defendants in every essential point. The case was a suit of equity in which S. Morgan Smith sought to force the King company to issue plaintiff a large number of the shares of the capital stock of the corporation as per contract. The company refused to is3uesaid stock, claiming the contract had not been Complied with, hence the suit. The preponderance of the testi mony showed that the machiner placed on the property was second hand, faulty and would not crush 100 tons of ore per day, according to contract. The contract called for 40,000 gallons of water per 24 hours, but the testimony showed that the wells and pumping plant did not at any time exceed 30,000 Pinions and the majority of the o " time a lesser amount. The jury in the case was compose of the following citizens: L. F Gray, V. Westfali, J. L. Noriega, V. D. Fraker, Paul Moretti, James Doten. C- E. Denmark, J. D. Dun agar., D. L. Grumbles,W.H Shorey, 3. D. Flake and Frank Webster The jury had been kept in durance vile for a week, under the charge of T. C. Jordan and Boone Morris as bailiffs, sleeping at the court house and going to their meals under guard. They were out about an hour before deciding upon their verdict which had been anticipated by all those who heard the testi mony. Hon. Frank Cox and JudgeW H. Barnes argued the case for the de fendants and E. T. Dunning and Judge Stillwell for the plaintiff. All the speeches were biiiliaut oratorical successes, Judge Barnes and Mr. Cox delivery masterpieces. Judge Street this morning con firmed the decision of Judge Thur low in the license tax cases of Yuma, claiming that Yuma was a legal corporation. Yuma is incorporated under an act of the legislature which was repealed in 1887, and being legally incorporated under that act and no direet legislation being enacted tendingto its disincorporation there fore it still siands as a legal in corporation. Henry Millard this moring plead guilty to the crime of burglary in the second degree and Judge Street sentenced him to one year in the territorial prison. Judge Street expects to conclude this term of court by Saturday next. Ilolel Arrivals. S. P. HOTEL, Among the arrivals at the S. P. Hotel this week are: Milton McWhorter, BakerBfield; A W Eaton, City; Geo A Bratt, Ban ning; B Spend, Antonio Aron, Tucson; Joe Bennett, W B Demery, Geo F Hambright, M E Conboy, F Bootii, C B Boothc, Mrs M G Lobdell, Chas. Stansburg, L. A.; Geo. II Harvey, 1ST. Y.; Geo A Batchelder, J W Goodwin, Mil Fay, M Abraham, J A Black, Tom Bell, L Turner, Jospph Jacol s, S. F.; J II Carpenter, city; W D Luce, Berkeley, W A Shields, C Koch, Sa cramento; Homer Vance, city; J v Herndon, Weimar. Tex; Sol E Levi, St Joseph, Mo; J Molina, Jose lit r- nandez, Harqua Hala; Fran'co Barr- gan, Palomas; E T Benlering, S P Co. Yellowstone and Monogran whiskies The Ruby. Cotter Drug Store has all the popul- The Passing ot Dubliu." M.J. Nugent received a telegram Saturday from the King of Arizona conveying the intelligence of the sud den death of J. H. Cnmmings at that place on the previous evening. Mr. Cumnungs was a famous character of the pioneer days of Arizona having come to the territory with the very. first white settlers. The deceased was sixty-seven years old and a nitive of Ireland, jie was a veritable Irish wit and was known all over the territory as "Dublin". Many years ago while in Yuma Dublin partook too freely of th class of. jag producer that then prevailed here and while in a state of innocuous deswetude was rolled for his wallet. The culprit who perpe trated the crime was arrested and subsequently brought before Geo. A. Duke, who wa3 then a justice of the peace, and in tne meantime Dublin lad fractured the vertebrae of the peace and dignity of the city by in dulging in fight and when he came before the udge he was fined $24. Dublin contended that Duke fined him instead of the roller because he had the mo3t money. Dublin was buried at the King, hi? being thesecond body to"be buried iiTThe ceiiTeTery there. The baby of Julian Para that died tbe day before was the first deafc-h at the camp 3ince its existence. Ytima County Records. Location notice S of the SE of Sec. 8, and the S of the SVof Sec. 9. Tp. 9, S., R 24 Y., G & S 11 M by J. A. Crouch, Deed from Mary E. Blume to V. L. Johnson for me sixth interest in the G. D. Lane and T. Golden quartz claims, La Fortuua district; considera tion, nominal. Mining location notice of the Oro Grande quartz claim by E. B. More. Mining location notices of the Copper King. Copper Queen and Copper Prince quartz claims in Ells worth mining district by Martin Pettit and Hiram Griffin. Mining location notice of the Texas placer claim in. Weaver mining district by Gus Levingston H. Randolph, A V. Wilson, Amos Adams, M. Fox, T. Person, W. E. Baker and George Cusenburg. Mining location notice of the Over look and Bill Will:am's Ring quartz claim in Santa Maria district by Geo H Stillman, James E. Rodgersaud George Mcintosh. Deed from Mary E. Blume to W. L Johnson for a two-sixth interest in the Phil Sheridan and Robert E. Let mining claims located in La Fortuna district; consideration, $1000. Delegates Chosen. The republican county central com mittee met Saturday evening subject to call, Chairman Hatch in the chair The following names answered to the roll call: J. II Godfrey, O. F. Townsend, F. L Ewing. L. C. Stabl, Miles Archibald S. Redondo and Chairman Hatch of Yuma precinct; Dan Devore, Fortuna Matt Perry, Gila; Juan Noriega, P ilo mas; by proxy. H. B. Scott. Tyson by proxy; Geo. TJ.x Holcomb, Cibola, by proxy; C. S. McNichol?, Parker, by proxy; O. B. Bloomer, Hanisburg, by proxy. II, F. Anthony a member fiom Yuma precinct, having left the. county, his place was declared vacant and Capt. C. V. Meeden elected to fill the vacancy. The election of seven delegates tn the territorial convention which meets in Phoenix on April 30, was the next order of business and the following were chosen: J.W. Dorrington, J. H Carpenter, John Doan, D. Mclutyre, F. L. Ewing, R. II. Baird and U. G. Wilder. Wanted Portion as first-class cook. Apply to Mrs. M. J. C. Modesti block Peanuts, Peanuts, Peanuts at Shor ey 's, the Yuma Bakery. Norton's H Stage anf Telehoone Lines itel, FROM MOHAWK TO TEXAS Hill ON S. P. RAILROAD. The Gtaje leaves Mohawk for TVixas Hill daily except Sunday nd con nects with the westbound passen ger train. Stage leaves Texas Hill for Mohawk at 9:30 a. m. daily or on arrival of westbound passenger train. Telephone service from Texas Hill to King of Arizona mine. Parties wanting teams to meet thorn on arrival of any train can tele phone for thm. Their orders will be promptly attended to. Rigs fitted out to take parties to tho different mining camps on the north side of the Gila River, King of Arizona Mines, the Oregonian MOHAWK Mines, Buena Vieta and La Mcxicana Mines, Mohawk Copper Miues, Etc, Etc. Good Hotel accommodations at Mo hawk. Ferry across the Gila river. urn, w. resyreTora, 33 oJjJitr Sc, Arizosja,- "Example is Better 1 llclfi A tt It is not what we say, but what Hood's Sarsaparilla does, that tells the story. Thousands of testimonials are examples of what Hood's has done for others, and what it will do for you. Scrofula " Kunning scrofula sores made me shunned by neighbors. Medical treatment failed. A relative urgea me to months the sores completely healed. Mes, J. M. Hatch, Etna, N. H. Inflammatory Rheumatism-" Two attacks of the grip left me wiUi inflamma tory rheumatism. Am 89 years old, but Hood's Sarsaparilla cured me and I can climb stairs and wG5 anywhere." J.Love land, 373 Fargo Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. Hood's Pills cure liver ills ; the non-irritnting and only cathartic to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Eureka Harness Oil Is the best nnsnrm.tin of new leather and the best renovator of old leather. It oils, softens, black ens and protects. Use ill IK x H U en your best hames3, your old har ness, and vour cairiacetop, and tlicy will not only look better but wear longer. Sold everywhere in cans an cizea from half pirts to five gallons. Jlade by STAXIAUD OIL CO. REPUBLICAN TERRITORIAL CON YENTION. Tucson, Ariz. March 26, 1900 The republicans of the Territory of Arizona are hereby cal ed to meet in delegate convention, in the City of Phoenix, on MONDAY, APRIL 30th, 1900. at 10 o'clock, a. m., for the purpose of electing six delegates and six alternates to attend and represent said territory at the National Re publican Convention, to be held in the city of Philadelphia, on June 19th, 1900 and for the transaction of such other business as may prop erly come before said convention. The basis of representation ot the .-evetal counties in said convention will bo one delegate for eve. y 50 votes cast at the last general elec lion for Alex O. Brodie, for delegate to congivss, and one additional delegate for each fraction over 25. Such delegates shall be chosen, not less than three days before the as. serabling of said Territorial Con vention, either by primary election, or in such other manner as I hi County Republican Central com mittees of the respective counties may determine. TJpo'n the foregonTgT5asis, Hie" apportionment will be as follows lirouie Yote. No. Deleg. 5 9 13 8 10 35 3 7 13 5 4 28 7 Apache County. . Coconino Cochise " ... Gila u ... Graham " ... Maricopa " ... Mohave ,l Navajo " ... Pima V' . Pinal ... Santa Cruz" ... avapai " Yuma " ... . 264 . 464 64S 383 521 1,743 168 339 641 273 . 343 Total numbeof delegates. . . 147 By order of the committee J Knox Corbrtt, Chas. R Dkakr Secretary. Chairman. Territorial Republican CentralCoin mittee. SAM LUNG Groceries, Dry Goods, Fruit Nuts and Candies. Cigars and Tobacco. Butter and eggs. Low price. Main St YrT A, ARIZON'4 A? 1! DEALER IN General Merclianclise JSy Stock of (Sroecrics are Al, ways t- fCMia :tul ol tsio fisest. 5Iy Eiy Goods 5cpnil?HCiit Is S!il"(e(lwitEiltieLiest auu Most aSeuiilii'ul t;it terns. GIVE ME A CALL Before purchasing elsewhere. Don't be FOOLED B YNE W A RRIVALS who claim to SELL OHEARER. T Will Not Be Undersold. Cow. Wlain and- Fourth St$. in i liiiwwbw i ii ii inn -mi ii niniT.i.4.u u m MEW NEW ilJlsISk Y0RK YORK Fronptl7i:r'ocred,Ol HO PEE. Send model, sketch, TD LW F f ff V V W or photo frfrco report on patentability. Book' 'How W I til &V ULitlb I WW LLSbi 1 (0 PATENT LATYER3 OP 25 YEfl.ES' PEACTICE. QOTrnBDIB!?" Tninilllf 9) 20,000 PATENTS PROCURED THROUGH THEM. fl HSDUftC. THIBliryF !M All business conhdential. Sound advice. raithTalft) " 'niai a IJBJJUiSiLi PATENT LAWYERS, ft) SoPatera DEALER IN- HERAL MERCHANDISE. A complete assortment of Dry Goods, Clothing, Hals, Caps, pools and Shoes. Tinware, Notions, Perfumes, Patent Med icines, Spwing Machines, etc., etc. THE CHEAPEST BUS INESS ESTABLISHMENT IN THE CITY. All orders in and outside the city are promptly and carefully attended to and are delivered FREE OF CHARGE Two story white building at foot of Main street, and Cash Store on corner of Main and Fifth streets,- opposite round house. YUMA, 5 as FRESH ROASTED PEANUTS AT SHOREY'S MR IF SO BE SURE YOUR TICKET READS FROM Through Coaches Chair Cars Pullman and Tourist Sleepers Daily. TIME CAK3)S IBEFOISIS PVJRCaEASHVU TICKETS VIA OTHER ROUTE. For Information Address Nearest Agent, or: F. B. HOUGHTON. GEN'L AGT, EL TASO, TEX. Sash Doors and Blinds, Cement uicungs. Address, MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY. PRACTICALLY A DAILY, And the Cheapest Known A new and remarkably attractive publication, pro'usely illustrated with portraits and half tones; contains all the striking news features of the Daily Tribune. 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It gives all the important news of the nation and world, the most relia ble Market .Reports, Fascinating Short stories, an unexcelled A,r!,nH. i ocununc ana iHechan- icai Information, Fashion Articles for the Wome TTIimni.nil1 ;.,f.:. 1U1 tUL oia ana young. Ifc 13 the " people's paper " for the entire United . Regular subscription price, $1.00 er Ysar. We furnish it with the Sentinel for $.55 per Year. SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY:' COMMENTING Saturday, Jan. 1, 1803. TRAINS WILL LEAVE YUMA AS FOLLOWS: 60-fi X A. M. (DAILY). Mixoi -ft. Train for Gila Bond. Tucsonl Demint?, El Paso, and all way stations. 1 1 A flA- ir- (DAILY) 'TACItl X db FIC EXPKESS" for Co!-, ton, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, San' Francisco, Sacramento, Portland and North, Ogden and East. 5:00 p0 M. (DAILY) "NEW- ORLEANS EXPRESS" for Gila Bend, Maricopa, Tucson, Benson,! Lordsburc, Deraing, EI Paso, New Orleans and East via the '"Sunset .Route." Gveriand Tickets Sold- Sleeping Car Berths Secured AND Full Information Reaardlnn TrincmMu...! Routes Furnished on Application Parties can arrange to join tfas WEEKLY FAMILY EXCURSION'S over the Sunset Eoute by corresponding with i?or complete information call on or ari.- dress. H. W. FILBERT. frEPOT Vrrxrl T. H. GOODMAN", Gen. Pass. Ag't. SAN FEANCISCO. CAL. Maricopa & Ptoenix & S E V Bailroa A PUBLIC TIME TABLE NO. 41. In Effect Thursday, July 1; IS 97. All Trains Run by Pacific Stan-' dard Time. Phoenix and Maricopa Division. From Phoenix. STATIONS. From Maricopa 1 A. F. & P. 8.00 p.m. 8.30 p.m. 1B.40 p.m 13.55 p.m. IB. 15 p.m. 9.04 p.m. Lv-.Phcenix.Ar Tempe .... Petersen.... Kyrene.... Sacaton. . . 2 A. F. & p. 7.40 a. ni. 7.10 a. ni. H.00 a. m. A5.45 a. m A6.20 a. m. 6.C3 a. m. Arilaricopa.Lv'i Pliffiuix & Mesa City Division. Mesa to Phoemx. Phoenix to Mesa. Read Up Read down STATIONS. 4 Frgt & Pass DAILY. 3 Frgt & Pass DAILY. 7.30 a. m. 8:00 a. m. 8:30 a. m. O 1:30 p.m. 2:00 p. m. 2:30 p. m. Lv. mesa. Ar. 10:30 a. m. 10:00 a. m, 9:30 a. m. S 6:00 p. m. 5:30 p. m. 5:00 p. m, A , PHOENIX. Iram No. l connects mth Southern Pa-. pVnrf?aS,-p?1.eastb0imd' Iea"n Mari- Train No. 2 connects with Southern. Pacr.hctratn No. 20, Westbound, leaving Maricopa at 5.36 a. m. Connections made at Phoenix with S. F.. ' I . & P. K 11. for Prescott and Concress. rinPVtIs Mesa with stages lor. Goldheld Mondays, Wednesdays andFri- Globe Tuesdays, Thursdays and tiaturdayff at 4 o clock a.m. J f Trains stop on signal. WIiIjiMLAIX IAt,ACJS Si,EEff ' On trains Nos. 1 and 2 between Phoenix and Maricopa. Tickets Sold to all Princinal Points an Uaggage Checked to Destination. N . K. MASTEN", C. C. McNEI L. Piirsident. Gen'l Sup'ei F. B. SANFOKD, Gen'l Frt.& Pass. Agt C nner al Off ices, JPlioenix, Ariz SANTA FE, PRESCOTT & null RAILWAY- WITH TUB SANTA FE SYSTEM la thn Shortest and Quickest Route to Deavff', Jvansas Uty, St. Louis, Chlcajro. and ALL I'OIA'TS EAST? S. F., P. & P. TIME TABLE In effect May 31, IS97. Mountain time is used. DAYS THEOUOH TIME CARP. D Mond Tueay 5 00p 10 50a lv. nFran...ar lv. .. Mohave. ..ar 6 15p I Tuesy . 3 45a 1 Tueay Tuesy 7 00a 0 45a 4 S5p 11 OOp 2 15a 715a lv..San Diego. .ar Iv.Los Angrelea.ar lv...Barstow...ar lv.TheNeedlea.ar lv.. Kingman ..ar nr.. Ash Fork..lv Tuesy Tuesy 1 15p 8 30a 1 10a 6 40p 5 07p 135p Tuesy Wedn Wedn Mon Moa Mond Mond Tuesy Tuesy Wedn Thurs 'l hurs Thurs Thcrs 10 25p 1130p 2 25p 8 50p 10 40p 6 55a 8 ioa lOSOa lv. .. .Chicago. ..ar .... St. Louis ...Kansas City... Denver .. Albuquerque .. .... Uolbroolc.... Winsiow 9 32p fllbp 7 05a 5 OOp 10 25p 150p 12 02p 10 15a Wedft Wedn Wedn Tuesy Mon . Moc Mon Mono Flagstaff.. 1 10: i ar..Ash Fork. lv 7 40a SOUTHWUNDT Mond NO 3 N0 1 j ! Pas Pas STATIONS. I NO 2 Pas NO 4 Pas '45a I45p I Lv..Ash Fork.Ar 2 40p ..Rock Butte... S35p' Del Rio 3 50p .Jerome Junction. 4 43p ar... Prescott. .lv 4 5Sp lr...Prescott...ar 5 31p . Summit .... P26p ar'Skull Valley.lv 6 46p Iv.Skull Valley.ar 7 06p ... Kirkland.... 8 09p ...Date Creek... 8 48p Congress .... 9 30p .. Wickenhurg .. 11 OOp .... .Fw,a. ...... 11 Hp Gicndale 11 24p Alhambra 11 45p Ar. .Phoenix. .Ly 8 45a 9 50a 10 15a 12 SOp 6 50a 5 60a 4 50a 6 60p-, 5 50p 4 60p , 3 50? , 2 OOp' 4 2Sa SSia 3 20a 2 48a 146a 128a 12 14a 11 18p 10 Sip 8 42p 8 19p S06p 7 50p Dining station. The scenic line nf iri. tl. v.. i. . California. The onlv North ",,7;: .. pl?fla,i0 th Grand Canon of the Colorado retrifled Forest Great Pin. rn r.t:a ii PprrfSalt RivcrVaey and other points of fs- Throusrh tickets tn all n... In TTtl.J States. Canada and ' nfhl rTCi?iecDt3 at Jeron'e Junction with trains of the U. . & p. Ry for Jerome. Connecting at Prescott with stage lines for al . principal mining camps; at Congress Junctioa xuth Congress Sold Co. R. R. for Congress, and stage i lines for Hardua Hala Stanton and YarrelU at Phoenix with the H.&P.& s. IL V.B. jsf for ooints on the S. P. R. R. .. 101 l SlB Los AnseIes next morning at 8:30 and ban tranewco same evening at 6:15. Train for the east leaves Ash Fork at 740 a. m. F" 3Ipr3Tr?Yl GE0- M- SARGENT, ires. & Gen. Mgr. Gan. Frt & Pass. Agt . Prescott. Ariz. Prescott, Ariz . EvWEkLS, E.W. GILLETT, Asst. Gen. Mgr. Gea'l Agon, Prescott, Ariz. Phoeaix, Ariz. ME A MAN AJAX TABLETSPOSmVELT CTJRH uJ t.rCT'iieK,?ssn&SB' etc., caasfyj fit a man for stndy IjnSSi TJSSi ?? ment and etfocta a OTRB wlre ollr Bist upon having the Snninoi $8L?ilr&' haTBcarud ltlre written icousanasand will care yoaWaelra a enarantee to effect a ram r? rSSSp? 4 takfta in tin CO YGMAv A. T.