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What Has Happened in the Territory
Since Our Last
ALL KINDS OF INFORMATION.
No Builneis Year (or the
Mm With the Hoe, ind the Owner of LUe
Eicept the Editor Eipeets
to Hive Money to Burn.
Mart Moore, tho well-known team-i
ster, bas started a transfer business at
' Mr. anil Mrs. . A. Packard, of Cc
;chi.-.o county, will bo readmits of
Tempo the coming winter, having
taken rooms at the Oasa Lurua hotel.
Judge Davis has appointed Tlios. I).
Molloy a United States commissioner
for Yuma coutity, and clerk of tho district
court, vice John Doan, resigned.
Judce D. II. Pinney and Judo Wilson
IV. Hoover, who were on the
.bench together in this territory tweit"
,ty years ago, were in Phoenix last
If big poker games are a sign of
prosperity Kingman is hitting gold
' bricks at every Jump. Tho Mineral
' Wealth says that $5000, tablo stakes,
' was represented in one game there
A new pump'Dg plant is being installed
at the Saoaton Indiau agency.
It will pump water at the rato of 4000
gallons a initiate from live wells sunk
near the Gila river and Irrigate 400
acres of laud. It is a centrifugal pump
and cost $13,000.
The Solomonvllle Bulletin bays :
"The local option pstitiou will be presented
to the board of supervisors at
their meeting on December 1. Several
of tlie boys around town are getting
on the water wagon preparatory
to the event."
The new $10,000 hotel being built at
Uenson by a Uananea company is progressing.
Nearly all of the foundation
is laid and most of tho brick are already
on the ground. The building is
to be two-story, with all the latest
The Guardian says that tho Saflord
, school has a larger attendance than
,evor before. So crowded has the
department become that the
I trustees have found it necessary to di-i
vide the time. Half of them are
I taught from 0 to 12 a.m., and the other
J half from 1 to 4 p.m.
Col. W. O. Urldwell arrived from
i Los Angoles Thursday and stopped a
jday with his old friend, L.V.JIeCourt.
JFroin here he left for Fort Thomas,
i where he will visit the hot springs.
I He has been on tho sick list recently
i and always finds relief at the springs,
tat Thomas ilange News.
Charlie Solomon and Miss Lillian
JSolomon left last Sunday for Ollfton.
Mr. Solomon will have chargo of the
Gila Valley Hank & Trust company at
that place during the absence of Cash-
ller Smith in I'hoeulx. Miss Solomon
is visiting with Mrs. A. G. Smith.
J. W. Wilson, who raised a fine garden
in the artesian district, Informs
us that his sweet potato patch will av
erage (WOO pounds to the aero. They
will weigh all the way from one to
twelve pounds each. At ."! cents per
pound, which they sell for readily,
would make an average of $180 per
Tho Mesa correspondent of the lie-
fpubiican eayo : "Q. yy. Hazolwood
3ime down from Pleasant valley, in
the Tonto country, with a bunch of
line beef steers which he sold to J. S.
Peterson. Mr. Hazehvood reports cool
nights In tho mountains, but otherwise
the weathor is lino and they still
lave plenty of feed."
The Verde Bectlon is a great fruit
:ountry and this yoat's crop has been
ixceptionally line. Fruit is being
hipped from the valley by tho
The fruit exhibit from tho
vrerde valley at the St. Imis
is yery apt to bo a premium winter,
especially the apples. The exhibit
vlll wolgh 1500 pounds.and 400 pounds
if it has already been forwarded from
,liu Haskell & KIrwaggen ranch.
Pinkney It. Tully.a pioneer rcs.dent
if Tucson, father of Carlos Tully,
lied at his home In Sonoma county,
Jalifornla on Novembur 10. Ho soiled
In Tucson in 1851, and was head
if tho firm of Tully, Odioa & Co.,
aimed In lbCi. He was (aintorial
nasurer for four years, under
Saflord, and was major of
two terms. Deooassd was a
Mont Catholic. Ho was twice marled
and his second wife and ilvo
reside In California and aro loft
p comfortable circumstances.
,,T.he rtoiilta correspondent of the
jjtpslla folys : "Orders wero received
In Fort Grant to remove M troop to
Fort Apache this month. This will
leave Fort Grant with a skeleton
troop of only 45 men. The government
must certainly Intend to place
more troops in Grant, for there arc
contracts out now for 1000 cords of
wood, 500 tons of liny ,80 tons of soraw,
45,000 pounds or bran, 2000 pounds of
coal and 45.000 pounds of barley "
Tho llrst shipment of Arizona
oranges was mado from Phoenix over
tho Santa Fo a week hijo. They were
ot tho Washington naval variety, selected
from the beat fruit of three
groves on tho north side of the river
and one grovo on tho south side. According
to tho Republican this was
the earliest shipment of oranges marie
from Salt river valley for some years.
The shipment went to New York, and
to guard against possible injury from
colu, tho fruit was packed warmly and
provision mado to heat tho car should
It be necessary.
A lino pamphlet is soon to bo issued
at Phoenix, advertising the livestock
Industry of Salt liver valley, it will
be edited by John O.
of Immigration in bohalf of
Maricopa county. The Enterprise
sajs that F. A. Hartwell Is preparing
the photographs from which the cuts
will bo made. For weeks ho has been
scouring the country for pictures that
will tell Maricopa county's story. He
has succoeded marvelously. In the
collection are more than 20t) cattle
scenes. Many of tho finest ranches of
tho county have been visited and
will yet be Included in tho photographic
Tho Prescott Journal-Miner says:
"One to look at tho long string of
loaded freight cars and the tons of
freight piled up on tho platform at the
depot would not think that business
was very dull in this section. Freight
Agent West informed the Journal-Minor
today that October was tho
largest month the railroad has had during
tho past year, and Is nearly a record
breaker for the road, there being
only one or two months in the history
of the road where the amount of business
handled was greater than for the
month of October just past."
The olllee of the surveyor general Is
a hive of Industry, and with a bigger
force is turning out more work than
ever, says the Republican. It is prob
able that the mineral work will bo
kept up for a great many years, lunn
after the pressnt forco has passed
away. Captain Ingalls, the new surveyor
general, is pushing things along
rapidly. He has an advantage over
most surveyor generals in that ho is
a practical surveyor lilunclf and understands
the country lying within
his jurisdiction. There are. seventeen
surveyor generals' olllcesin tho United
States, and that of Arizona is said to
compare favorably with any of them.
It will indeed bo good news to tho
Pima and Maricopa Indians to know
that their valley may ho made verdant
again and their homes thus restored
to them. From a preliminary exam
ination that has already been made by-Prof.
Willis T. Lsc, liydrographcr of
the United States geological survey, it
hai been ascertained that extensive
areas aro underlain by sands and gravels
containing an abundance of water
which can bo pumped to the surface.
Furthsr investigation Is to be made as
to tho extent and volume of this water
in various portions of the reservation.
It Is expected that electrical power
will soon bo avallablo for pumping,
and by this means considerable land
can be brought under cultivation by
Tho latest announcement by the
Rlsbeo Athletic club Is of a tug-of-war
which will bo held in Mason's opera
liouso from December 14 to 18. It is
heralded as tho most notable athletic
event ever held in the territory, as it
expected that Douglas, Xnco, Clifton,
Cananea and Globe will be represented
by teams of strong men. Rlsbeo will
have a number of teams, to be formed
of men of all nations. There will be
teams of Irish, Germans,
and Slavonians, as well as an all-American
team and an all-Latin team
the last named to be mado up of Mexicans,
Spaniards, French and Italians.
The Ilrst prize will be $:250, and the second
875, while tho entrance fee of $10
will be added to the purses. It Is
planned to have two pulls each night,
with tho winning team participating
In each event. The tournament will
uu wuuuiiuii:ii minor uie national ru'cs
and it will be a notable afTalr in every
Tho splendid palace of the duko and
duohcBH of .Marlborough is nearly
It was built by nionoy made
out of American railroads. Tho
is a Vanderbllt. The palaco has
llf ty rooms, and Is elaborate in finish
It is supplied with A morlcan elevators.
Not a Sick Day Since.
"I was taken severely sick with kidney
trouble. I tried all sorts of medicines,
none of which roheved mo.'Ono
day I biiw n ud. of your Electric Hitters
uinl determined to try that. After
taking u row doses 1 felt relieved, and
soou thereafter wur entirely cured, and
have not seen a biok duy since.
of mine have beon cured ol Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Liver and Kidney
troubles imd General Dobility." This
is what U. P. Bans, of Fremont. N.C.,
writes. Only 50o, at all druggists.
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ARIZONA SILVER BELT: NOVEMBER 19, 1903
MASONIC GRAND BODIES
Complete fist of Officers Elected to Serve for
tho Ensuing Year.
Tho Masonic grand lodge of Arizona
In hcbsIoii at Tucson, olected olllcers
for tho ensuing yoar as follows : J. R.
Cnmiber, of Clifton, grand master ;
George Shnnd, of Tucson, senior grand
warden; Herbert Urown, of Yuma,
junior grand warden ; John M.
of Tucson, grand treasurer ; Geo.
J. Roskruge, of Tucson, graud secretary.
Grand Chapter of Royal Arcli
A. Johns, of Prescott, grand
high priest; John J. Sweeney, of Phoenix,
deputy grand high priest; Volney
R. Stiles, of Blsbee, grand king; J. II.
McPlierson, of Tombstone, graud
s.'rlbo; J. M. Ormsby, of Tucson,
grand treasurer; Geo. J. Roskruge, of
Tucson, grand secrotary ; Rev. F. T.
Bonnett, of Prescott, grand chaplain;
Morris Goldwater, of Prescott, grand
lecturer; P. P. Parker, of Phonix,
graud captain of the host; A. D. Barn-hart,
of Prescott, graud principal sojourner
; A. II. Morehead, of Globe,
Royal arch captain ; F. M. Zuok, of
Holbrook, grand organist.
Grand Coinniandory Thomas Armstrong,
Jr., of Phoenix, graud commander
; O. T. Rouse, of Tucson, deputy
grand commander; J. J. Hawkins,
of Prescott, grand gcnoralisslmo; J.J.
Sweeney, of Phoenix, graud
; K. L. Hart, of Tucson, grand
senior warden ; G. W. Yickers, of
Prescott, grand junior warden ; G 11.
X. Lulirs, of Phoenix, grand treasurer;
Geo. J. Roskruge, of Tucson,
grand recorder; Rev. Lewis Ilalsey,
of Phoenix, grand prclato; N. A. Mur-ford,
of Phoenix, grand standard-bearer;
A. D. Barnhart, of Prescott,
grand ; G. K. Kohler, of
X'ucjou, graud warden ; J. II. Bald
win, of Phoenix, grand captain of tho
Graud Lodge of the Kistorn Star
Mrs. Mary O. Bunch, of Sifi'urd, grand
matron ; Mrs. Vernon L. Clark, of
Phoenix, grand patron ; Mrs. Sarah
S. Martin, of Glooe, assistant grand
matron; A. A. Johns, of Prescott,
assistant grand patron ; Mrs. II. Lillian
Sweeney, of Phoenix, grand conductress;
Mrs. Frances Warren, of
Tucson, asslstaut grand conductress ;
Mrs. Frances W. Munds, of Prescott,
grand treasurer; Miss Bessie II.
of Tucsoij. grand secretary ;
Miss Mamie Wei &, of Glohe, grand
Adah ; Mrs. Anna fr'llnn, of Wlnslow,
grand Ruth;Clira Hunt, Bisbee.grand
Esther; Mrs. NtllleOlney, of S.tTord,
grand Martha ; Miss Alice Stephens,
of Tucson, grand H'octa ; Mis Jennie
Prltcliard, of Blsbso, grand chaplain ;
Mrs. Elsie Pascoe, of Globe, grand
marshal; Mies Mary May doner, of
Flagstaff, grand organist; Mrs. Susie
Parker, of Phoenix, grand warder.
Edwin S. Miller, of Flagstaff, grand
THE LAND OF FLOWERS
Phoenix Has a Unique Plan to Advertise
Salt River Valley.
Phoenix bids fair to wrest from Call-1
fornla the title of '-the land of Mowers. "
When the Hearst party visited this)
city the ladles wore amazed by the pro .
fusion of roses that was showered ,
upon them during their stay.
The number of roses still remaining i
on tho bushes and apparently going to
waste has brought out the idea that
tho Ibwers might be utilized to good ,
advantage in advertising the Salt river
valley If they could bo gathered for ,
distribution. To that end arrange
ments have been made to have the
roses shipped to El P.ieo and there distributed
in the naiuo of Phoenix to
tho thousands of visitors who are
dally passing through that city on
their way west.
All that Is needed is for individual
growers to contribute from their store
of roses in any number from one dozen
upward, and bring the (lowers to the
board of trade room some time during
Thursday, so that tliey may he sont
out that evening and reach H Paso in
time for distribution Saturday. It is
hoped that everybody who has roses
will respond eo that the showing may
be a creditable one. Gazette.
Fluos and Stack at Washoe Smelter.
The smoke that now Issues from the
new .'ISO-foot stack of the Washoe
smelting pUnt of the Amalgamated
Copper company, Anaconda, Montana,
first passes through several thousand
feet nf flue, whereby It is claimed the
arsenic and sulphur, which formerly
escaped lu tho smoke, aro now arrested
before reaching tho top of tho stack.
Beforo the present flues and stack
wero built the poisonous fumes sot-tied
to tho ground after escaping from
tho stack and destroyed vegetation and
crops of ranchers in the Deer Lodge
valloy, who brought sult and recovered
damages therefor. It Is olaimcci
the present facilities pre rent this damage
to vegetation ; that they also result
ln recovering a valuable by-product
in tho form of fluo dust. The
'500-foot steel stack and the Hue chambers
that open Into ito base constitute
the most extensive piece of work of
the kind on this continent. The height
of the stack and Its poworful draft
aro such as to carry tho smoke so high
that it is widely dispersed through the
air before it can roach the ground.
F. J. DROFF
Electrical Apparatus Repaired. S
Screw Cnttinir. 8
All Kinds of Latho Work.
Steam Engines, Pumps,
Engines and Windmills repaired.
All Work guaranteed.
Second-hand Machinery bought 3
and sold. j
North of Miners & S
St. Elmo I
HOTEL AND BAR
2, Svd nor & Stern q !
I89i CARLISLE WHISKEY
ST. ELMO CIGARS
Alolnjc Pictures Shown Every
Night at 8 O'clock.
SV 'Jr!:R";'F'?ri?3wF W 'TV?5?!? WJK5'!?
. 0, Johnson
All Work Guaranteed
Adtlross P. O. Dox 189
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S00 SANG DEALER ,N
restaurant j GENERAL MERCHANDISE
i A GOOD PLACE TO EAT S I WORTH GLOBE
? MEAts v SERVICE 1 Hay Is back at the Old Stand, Country
5 S&. ..., 1 , Produce I
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cL first IHE i Crain in business again.
vSVFws ? m Taken
5 i cuss W"J BEST v, 1 F,our . p
S Jt 1 antj Selling below Cost in Or- ln tx"
'ZZiZZZ. S I Wood der to replenish with Fresh ft1rangC
J in, ..uoinin,: the po5tofi.. For and New Goods.
l CHARLEY YETT & CO., S 1 sale andise Merch-
ikoikibtok5 1 at ivo me a call and you at
S globe. Arizona. K Lowest will s rely come back. Strictly
I Going -------------- ----- cash
1 Prices. STRICTLY FOR CASH Prices.
EE. BARNEY 5
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED J
liundlee called for and t
ored promptly. First-class work
North Uroad St., (llobe, A. T.
1. 0, Lowtliian
Will Sell You
Hay and Grain
as cheap as any one, and also
wishes the public to know that
he ennductti a First-class
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
Where jou can jret a stylish rljr
at any time. Special attention
Riven to parties wihhinj; to visit
mining properties in tho district.
Very respect fully,
I. O. LOWTHIAN
North of Kellner's Store,
G LOUIS, AK1.OXA. C
, r (11:0. V. I HUNT, President V
A (11:0. . AiOSHUR, JR., Vice Presideet M
M N. S. HURRAY, Treasurer ty
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Wholesale and Retail
Wolls, Fark'n & Co., San Francisco
Laidlaw & Co., New York
Fanners and Merchants Hank, Los Angeles
Consolidated National Bank, Tucson
E. F. Kelln
E. F. KELLNER S CO.
WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD
CHECKS CASHED AT PAR FOR CUSTOMERS
Wells, Faro & Co's Rank, San Francisco, Cal.
Weils, Fargo & Go's Rink, New York, N. Y.
Phoenix National Rank, Phoenix, A, T.
Arizona National Bank, Tucson, A. T.
5 Make a Specialty of Close Cash Prices in all
S Kinds of Merchandise.
gj Depositors Served on Monthly Accounts.
The Post Office Store
G. S. VAN WAGENEN, Proprietor
Carrlos a largo stock of Stationery and Supplies,
Book3 and Novels of all kinds, Newspapers and
Masnzlnos, Clgnrs and Tobacco, Paints, Brushos,
Wall Papor. Guns and Ammunition, and what no't.
If wo haven't what you want wo will gladly get
It for you. "
and you will make no
mlstako In selecting
from the Old and Reliable
for which wo have
tho sole Agoncy.
Two Doors Worth ol the Oddfellows' Temple
.IAMES "WILEY, Proprietor
And dealer In FURNITURE
atoa i at tt ill tlam a select of furaltura, for e.iio M modorate jjiIc
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Anheuser-Busch Beer always on draught