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WEEKLY ARIZONA JOURNALMlNER.
Pioneer Pacer of Arizona. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 18. J 903. Thirty-Ninth Year. spectacular pantomime Legislator Asoumeu Attitude of an Obstruction Bull and Ostenta tiously Winked. in Opposition to the Passage of the .Cowan Bui, While He Tcved. Editor Kelly, of the 15i.t.fc Review, was in rheni when tfca rota was takeu in the honsi on the Cownn bill. What hf sent 1 - - pajiei in reference to it fallows : "The fight in the boose this after noon aac ! ittei :it times, bad the op ponents of tilt Co finally and allow ed H bill awakaaai io pass. The friends of Bto rd in the house re sorted to the mo.-t glaring lilaHlapi Unci tactics to defeat tbe passage of the bill. This Mntag fire inconse quential t ills preceded the Mil ou the calenda: . Rowe with sec(acular pautomii; i otesque histrionic efforts made ;'':iy to the paUariaa for hours. Time a;id again he assum ed the attitude of an obst i net ive bull and osteutal iou.-ly winked occasion ally at the iej . nM iv a in th' i i gallery, who aci cpted his optical blandishments fo' public favor in la 1 1 amusement . "The legislators displayed rare for bearance 88 Kowe laved about tbe at tack and 'raid on tbe - :. ! fund "Loud cheering Iron, tbe galleries greeted everv law maker who attemnt. ed to throttle the fiiilmsu rer. Speak er Powers maintained a digiiitied and silent contempt for the travesty ou legislation while -crious assemblymen leaned in their .-eats and dozed. Spectators were surprised to find Kaaa St. Charles in line with the obstruc tionists today. This m by far the most interesting day in the session and brought out the impunity of plat form smashers in bold relief. While the galleries derided the buffoouery of dramatic Kowe and jester St. Charles, some of : ! Ian mak ers smiled radiantly, tbtu endorsing brazen obstruction to a measure in defiance of the strongest di-ilav of public sentiment vet manifested ovej an internal measure in Arizona. MINING INTELUGENi W. W. Elliott, the mill builder, has just completed the erection of a building ou the Mohawk group of mines on Pine cretsk. for the ataaap mill there. Some addit tonal machin ery has al.-o leen added eoMnattBg of a gasoline hoist, air urs and drills. Some handsome spociuieuo of ore were placed in the Wiusor cabinet to day from the Fitzhugh Lee mine, ucar Poland, owned by Chattel J. deorge. The ore. in some re-pet ts is the most peculiar that has been seen here for some time. It is of a brownish color and has tbe appearance of rntile ore. It is covered with beautiful crystals, while some free gold is visible to the . . T . , . . . naked eye. and is said to curtain some copier value--, but no ; y of the ore bus occu made (.i it and its actual value is not known, but it is pretty, just the same, and the !: meus are very rare. A forty one pound liar of gold bul lion was brought in yesterday from tbe Henrietta mine, owned by the Braganza ooaapaarjr. C. S. Gaee. one of the wdl known mining men of Arizona, is wmV Prescott for a few days. Mr is superintendent of the Planet Copper Mining company, operating cten-ive properties at Planet. Ari.ona. He is also MSitnwter at that place. This camp is about 80 miles from Kingman and 12 miles east of the Co!nrndo river in the 'till Williams Fork conn try, and is where the rich strike was made a few days ago which nearly de populated the city of Kingman. This strike was made since Mr.Gaee left the camp and he is eonseoueutl v ouite in terested in it. as he has a number of claims adjoining the claim- owned by the Mexicans who made the rich find. He says they had ta'. en out ipiite a bit of fine ore for somi time ' tore he left there, and if they have discovered anything richer than they h ive 1 n taking out i! must !m pu t: y good ore. Mr. Gage will leave for boUM) in a day or two as he i.- anxious to kuow more about the matter. DOUBLE SORROW. Mrs. St. Clair lS-e.-iv - Trlflgl ai Father's Serious lllne-s. of About 10 o'clock yesterday moruing Mrs. D. K. St. Clair, who only three days before had suffered the teal of her husband, received a telegram from her sister. J!i- Lulu Hunter, at Flagstaff, that she had .ju-t received a wire that their father mtm Ml ei .-i ed to live more than a few hours and their mother wa- also eiy ill. The terrible news almost pro-trated the little lady, who had just been passing through .-o much sorrow, but she hurriedly packed a lea clothes into a trunk an i t oak the II o'clock train for tbe bsdeid "t bed roent- ai Rockport. Mo She v. as i'.ined at Flagstaff by Mis- Lulu Hunter aud they will make the sad joaunej to gether. ARIZONA BISBEE COMPANY. Begins Active Opawttena on Their Copiier.l'ropertics. Tbe following from the Tomlistone Prospector will lie of infer - ! ba I good many I'n -cot t people who have become intere-1ed in 'lie . properties: "County Treasurer Scrihuer re turned a fa I lay- -ine from Bishee. where he went to at -:.,! a tee ting of tbe atockholdert zona Co; ' which ba t r was called lor tbe officers Hlio V lioa tbe ensuing year, were elected : I tbe sbei Ari r elect ing aetata' for following M. I). Scribner, Tombstone, presi dent ; C. T. Clark, Bisbee. vice presi dent and general manager; Jacob Schmid, Bisbee, treasurer; Frank H. Bopp, of Bisbee, secretary. The board of directors are; M. D. Scrib ner. C T. Clark. Jacob Schmid, Dr. '. L. Caven. Frank H. Bobb, Geo. B. Wilcox and F. V. Howard. The company owns a group of six claim.- in what is known as the Iron I $005. taia and immediately adjoining ! (i S Niles and wife to Ida Dutcher, the property of tbe Modern Copper mortgage on lot 2, blk 12, Fleury ad Mining company. The claims are ditiou. $600. about -even miles this side .if Bisbee in the canyou leading up to the di vide and about half a mile from the wagon road leading from this city to Bistiee. The property is located in au excel lent section and numerous good bodies of copper ore have been already opeued on the property immediately adjoining it. A force of men have been put to work during the past few day.- in sinking a shaft on the proper ty and the development of the same will be watched with interest as many of the stockholders are among the res idents of Cochise county." MONDAY CUJ& Banal Officers and Decides Into Sections. to Uivide The Monday club met yesterday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. J. C Merndou. It was purely a business and social .-e.-siou. and was attended only by inemlers. Among other bus iness transacted was the election of officers for the next year. The elec tion resulted as follows: President, Mrs. B. D. Billingshurst : first vice president. Mrs. . . Koss; second presuieut. Mrs. J. t. ilerndon: recording secretary. Mrs. J. E. Bar clay; corresponding secretary. W. M. Claypool: treasurer. Mrs. C. West. Mrs. Geo. The question of organizing the club into sections which was discussed at a preceding meeting and postponed un til yesterday tor final action was taken up and by a vote the club de cided ou such organizations. The different sections will consist of music, literature and art. They will meet in separate days and members of the club can have the privilege of se lecting the one most congenial to their abilities and tastes. This how ever does not interfere with the regu lar meetiiiL'- of tbe club when all the members will attend. A letter was read from Mrs. F. A. Trifle the organizer of the club and bo Barred as its president for a num ber of years. Mcsdames G. C. Ruffner and J. L Munds, who have been absent from Present t for several weeks, were pres l ni at the meeting and received a cor dial welcome from the members. At the conclusion of the business of the day the club resolved into a social session, .vhich lasted for some time and during winch the boataai of the day served refreshments. For the Young Folks. TOO SHY. By S. M. Wright, timidly asked her father stern He For his beautiful daughter's hand. I D. . 1 . L 1 : i "m lmr lalur' ""-""" young man. You're destitute of saud. It's plain i Ufa is d.uigeious ; M )ii u ,ai, I . impering thus for tbe chid e.-t. Is an evident lack of sail. Of course, with an anxious throbbing heart . He met her ba the hali Aud there, as be told of blasted hopes. She calmly heard it all. Sic- irave him an undecided look With a wistful lorinir eve And theu. as the golden moment golden came. She softly said "Too shy. "He sometimes tells me squarely. '.No!' But a twinkle in his eye, Betrays a bidden t ho tender heart : You'll find it if you try." Public Records. The following i. instruments tiled tbe daily report of in the county re- l'"r'l"r ornce. as reported Prescott Title Company: by the March 10. M L Blasiugame to Yeiiy Dreyer. deed to middle third of lota 1 ami :!. block 28. Prescott, 81000. Yetty Dreyer to M L Blasingame. mortgage on middle third of lots 1 aod :;. blk -js. IVncott, S0G5. J E Brock man files bond as road overseer of district No. 1L S Mentschinoff files a of a work on a t Clark and San duau Hill mines. Tiger district. Wm li Fitts files a of a work on Sink to Rise mine. Humbug district. M J Cox, F R Mendenhall and C W Finley to E Greenwood, deed to I'r.mkliu No. i Last Dollar et al mine-. Has-ayampa district, 82500. Twelve mining location notices March 11. W H Reitermau files a of a work on Black Chief. Jr., et al mines. 11 I) Matherly to Pfau Jti M aud K Co. di-ed to Red Halls. No 2 mine. Cherry Creek district. 8400. PfM ; M and R Co files a of a work on Valley aud Red Hills mines Cherry Creek district. Coy Carey to J M Moore A Sou, mortgage on household goods, 850. Mary .1 Mrvau. B I Fitzpatriek and Clara llalliuger to .1 N Asher. deed to all mines. ,.,-. ii; Yavapai county. PM Mary J Bryan . B 1 Fitzpatrick and Clara Balliuger to J N Asher. bill of ate to cattle near Hot Springs Junc tion. 8m Kslate of G W Bryau to J N Asher. bill of sale to cattle near Hot Springs Junction. 83300. T C Bowe and J W "Wilson file a of i v.ork mi Waters Xo 2 mine. Eureka district. J Koth and J " W Wilson file a of a v.ork ou Joe Don mine. Hassayampa di-trict. Alto Mg Oa tiles a of a work ou Yankey et al mines. Bigbtig 'district. T I Crow! and H A Lancaster to R M Petis. deed to lot 30x00 feet at Mc Cabe. 810. S. veM mining location notices. March 12. Granville Fain to I V Dickinson, mortgage on 3t cattle near Mud Tanks, iS.Vi C C Loomis, E U Hahne and W J Campbell incorporate Crazy Basin Mg Co; capital stock, $1,500,000. Jos Mayer to E D Treadwell, lease ou lot at Mayer, SI. T W Otis and wife to M L Blasin game, deed to lots 4, 0, 8. 15, blk 12, Otis addition, $700. M L Blasingame to T W Otis, guardian assign ment of mortgage. Fourteen mining location notices. March 13. D D Dillon to W J Sim mons, deed to lot 4 and se 1-4 of sec 17 n 3 w, $400. J E Reynolds tiles bond as road overseer of district No. L D B Uenung et al flies a of a work on St Elmo mine. Weaver district. J O Lockart and C Howell file a of a work on Golden Sceptre mine, Weaver district. J O Lockart and C Howell file a of a work on Golden Soeptre mine, We;er district. Genevieve M Murphy to Sarah H Hutchinson deed to half of Oregon mine, Black Rock district, $1. Dick W ick Hall to A J Trumbo, agssignment, and agreement with S F Powell, concerning Iowa, Texas et al mines. Black Rock district, $1. Two mining and one water right locations. March 14. R M Pettis and wife to R L Looney, mortgage bldg, McCabe, $3000. Maude K. Kate A and William Allen to M Bradley and W Christman, quit claim deed Buffalo mine. Cherry Creek district $2500. J H W'ingfield andIL M Turner ap propriate 2000 inches of water of Clear Creek. Bannie G M and M Co flies a of a work on Ethel D mine, Walker dis trict. W X Conkling files a of a w on Blue Eagle mine, Weaver district Edgar Sharp to S W Sawyer chat mge law books, office furniture, etc., C0. Martin Schuber vs Copper Basin G and C Mg Co, lien on numerous mines in Copper Basin district, $153. A Vere Moore to J K Miller, deed, to Mt. Elmo mine, Weaver district, $00. Twenty -eight mining location no tices. March 16. CE Champie flies a of a work on Emma mine Humbug dis trict. E E McFarland to J R Loosley, mortgage on part lots 5 and 8, blk 1, Jerome, $750. Rambler Copper Mfg Co files a of a w on Rambler No 1 mine, Agua Fria district. D F Mitchell to F M Murphy, quit claim deed to lot 10 and south 1-2 lot 8, block 2. East Prescott, $38. lu estate of Maria Fisher Gage, de- ! cree distributing part lots 30, 38, 40, il. 41 and 16, and all lots 32. 34, 36. blk 17, Prescott, to 1 M Murphy. John M Webb to H M Merriwether, power of attorney to sell, etc mines in Black Hills district. H Brooks to Edward Derham, deed. i:C4 acres in ne 1-4 sec 4, 13 n, 2 w, $10. Amanda Harvey to H Castonquay, deed, lot 16, blk 12, Fleury add, $400. G B Upton to J R Graham, deed to Raven mine. $1. Pequot Mfg Co files a of a w on (jmaha et all mines, Weaver district. I r Stoddard. Wm English and R S Goodrich incorporate Rio Fria Mines Co. capital stock, 500,000. Noble Conger to Isaac Canavan, deed 1-3 Big 4 mine, Walnut Grove district, ?10. D P Nichols and J H and L Ehle, to Ida Canavan, agreement as to Lo gan and Lucky mines, Copper Basin district, S3O00. C F Morrell and W F Sams to W B MeCormick. agreement as to 3-4 Bull dog. Denver and Olympia mines, 810.000. () O Scripture to Minnie Scripture, power of attorney. S W Higley to Daniel Edwards re lease of chattel mortgage, $105. Ten mining location notices. Cincinnati, Ohio. March 13. Judge Horace H. Lurton of the United States court this afternoon issued a restraining order in the suit pending between the Harriman and Keene in terests, relative to the Union Central and Southern Pacific stock holdings. By it the Southern Pacific is restrain ed from transferring or disposing of the lease of the Central Pacific or any of the rights of the Southern Pacific, or from disposing of shares of stock in the Southern Pacific. The order also restrains the (Union Pacific from taking part in any elec tion or voting of shares of the South ern Pacific until the rule to show cause has been disposed of. The de fendants are ordered to appear before Judge Lurton at Nashville, Tenn., April 1. to show cause why injunction should not be issued. Washington. March 12. President Roosevelt's contemplated western trip was the subject of some discussion at the white house today. Senators Long, of Kansas. Hopkins, of Illinois, Fourth Assistant General Postmaster liristow. of Kansas, talked with the president about the proposed tour. Kan-as people are urging the presi dent to make some stops in their state after the dedication at the exposition grouuds on April 30. Only one stop has been arranged for l hu.-tar. The president has accepted au invitation to attend a meeting of the railway branch of the Y. M. C. A., at Topeka, May 1. Few other details have been worked out. It lias been decided, practically, that only one trip will be made. It is expected the trip will be begun about i April 1. After leaving Washington the presi dent will not return until some time i iu June. It is likely that the first two or three weeks of the trip will be passed principally iu the Yellowstone national park. BUCK L EN'S ARNICA SALVE. Has world wide fame for marvelous cures. It surpasses any other salve, lotion, i u ut incut or balm for cuts, corns, burns, oils, sores, felons, ul cers, tetter, salt rheum, fever sores, chapped hands, skin eruptions; in fallible for piles. Cure guaranteed. Only 2.V at all druggists. SQUIRTED WATER On Railroad Employes Who At tempted to Take Possession of the Street. Baltimore Mayor Connived at Railroad Steal and Has Been Im peached. Parkersburg. W. 'a.. March 17. The Baltimore and Ohio railroad com pany claiming rights under an ordin ance adopted in L8G8, brought a t of men into town before day light to day, and begau to lay track for five blocks over one of the principal streets in the city. The depart ment was called out. and poured such a stream of water ou the workmen that they had to abandon the work. A clash occurred between Mayor Van dervoost, who is attorney for the rail road company, and the city council. The rseult was that the council order ed out the department and impeach ment proceedings have been begun against the mayor. THE CANAL TREATY Washington, March 17. Shortly after the doors closed in the senate today, Senator Money offered a substi tute for the fourth article of the ca nal treaty which disavow- any inten tion on the part of the United State to increase its territory at the expense of South or Central America. At :i o'clock a vote was taken and the amendment was defeated by a party vote. Senator Daniel offered an amendment, providing that the treaty do not take effect until it is approved by congress and proceeded to address the senate upon it. INVITED TO HONOLULU Honolulu, March 17. i By Pacific cable to Associated Press. ) An urgent invitation has been forwarded to Pree ident Roosevelt inviting him to visit the Havaiian islands wben he makes his western trip. Great enthusiasm over the project has been aroused. It is proposed, should the president ac cept, to establish a system of wireless telegraphy between the .-hip and the islands so to to enable him to keep in constant communication. THE niNERS' ULTIHATUM Cripple Creek. Colo.. March 17. The committee of the Western Federa tion of miners this morning untitled the mine owners and shippers of CHp ple Creek district, who are sending their ore to the mills of the United States Reduction company, that min ers will be called out from their prop erties unless such shipments cease. Fifteen hundred men are atfected by the ultimatum. NEW CEN5US DIRECTORY Washington, March dent has tendered the rector of the census North, formerly chief manufacturing in the 17. The presi positiou of di to S. N. D. statistician of census bureau to succeed Director Merriam, resign ed. North has accepted aud will en ter upon the duties in May. MISS ASTOR WILL HARRY Vienna. March 17. A dispatch from Bucharest, Roumauia. says: Miss A--tor, daughter of William Waldorf -tor, is engaged to marry Jonel Bra tiano, the Roumanian foreign min ister. Miss Astor is now visiting fhe Roumanian crown Princes.-' family. LIBRARY BENEFIT "Mother and Son" is the title of a play which will be given in Dake'fl Opera house on Monday, April 13. It will be given as a benetit for tin- pub lie library, under the auspices of the Monday club aud will be under the management of Mr. Remington, a THE OLD RELIABLE POWDER Abso8u-tely Pure former professional theatrical man. who has appeared in the play. He will be assisted by Miss Kautz who con tributed so much to the success of tbe "Doll Shop," and this is assurance of its success with two such able persons in charge. A. W. Edwards, on behalf of F. M. Murphy, has donated the use of tbe opera house for the occasion and this will probably be the last en tertainment given in the building. A DOUBLE SUICIDE St. Louis, March 17. Dr. A. B. McKee was found dead and his twin brother and comrade, Charles McKee mm found in a stable of Dr. McKee at I. Iwardsville today. The circum stances indicate that it was a double suicide, to escape the disgrace that threateued the physician and which the brother dreaded as much as if it were his own. This explanation groaa out of the arrest of Dr. McKee a few days ago. Death was caused by injection of morphine. GERflANY LIBERAL and Lipton believe will make her the Berlin, March 17. The budget com-! fastest challenger that has ever boon mittce of the reichstag today appro- j sent across the Atlantic. The work priated seven hundred fifty thousand mauship of the yacht is ,-uperb in dollars to defray the expenses of Ger- j every detail, mauy's representation at the St. Louis ; . - exposition. It is understood that next year's requests will be limited to seventy five thousand. YESTERDAY'S SHOOT. Yesterday's practice shoot by the lo cal gun club was largely attended. ami the day being warm and not unusually windy, for March, the shooters had an, opprotuuity to do their best. The following named gentlemen shot at 7.") targets breaking the follow- j ing score : D. D. McDonald, 68; H. C. Bur mister, 02; Aarc ham beau. 55; Mc Veagh, 15; Ben Hartwick, 45; Jake Marks, 38. Those shooting at 50 targets and the score they make were as follows: If. B. Morin, 4J; Wilson, 41: Gil Facgoaoo, 40; Pickett, 40; Mander felt. :C5; Dillingham, 30; H. Voge, i"; McCoy. XL THE STOMACH IS THE MAN. A weak stomach weakens the man. because it cannot transform the food he eats into nourishment. Health aud strength cannot be restored to any sick man or weak woman without first restoring health and strength to the stomach. A weak stomach cannot di L'e-t enough food to feed the tissues and revive the tired and run down limbs and organs of the body. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure clfjgpaes, purities, sweetens mid strenttnTis the glands and membranes of the stomach, and cure.- indigestion, dyspepsia aud all stomach troubles. Brisley (Drug Co., Corbiu Jc Bork. TOWNSHIP PLATS. Notice is hereby given that plats of the following township has been re ceived in this office and will be offi cially filed April 14, 1903, on and after which date we will be prepared to receive and act on application to make entries in said township. 3-14-30 Fen S. Hildreth. Register. WHAT'S IN A NAME? Everything is in the name when it oontea to Witch Hazle Salve. E. C. DeWitt A Co. of Chicago, discovered, some years ago. how to make a salve from Witch Hazel that is a specific for Piles. For blind, bleeding, itch ing aud protruding piles, eczema, cuts. burn.-, bruises and all skin dis eases. DeWitt's Salve has no equal. This has given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits. Ask for De Witt's the genuine. Brisley Drug Co., Corbin Jc Bork. SAW MILL AND LUMBER YARD. Six miles south of Prescott on Cop per Basin road. All kinds of native luinlier cut to order. Also saw dust in law il II delivered in Prescott. Leave orders at O. K. Store, West Prescott. 1 3-14-2m L. Harvey. END OF BITTER FIGHT. "Two physicians had a long and stubborn fight with the abscess on my right lung," writes J. F. Hughes of Du Pont, Ga.. "and gave me up. Everybody thought my time had come. As a last resort I tried Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump tion. The benefit I received was str iking and I was on my feet in a few days. Now I've entirely regained my health." It conquers all Coughs. Colds and Throat and Lung troubles. ( itiaranteed 50c, and 1 by all druggists. Price Trial bottles free. WHAT IS LIFE? Iu the last analysis nobody knows, but we do know that it is under strict law. Abuse that law even slightly, pain results. Irregular living means derangement of the organs, resulting iu constipation, headache, or liver trouble. Dr. King's New Life Pills quickly re-adjusts this. It's gentle, yet thorough. Only 25c at all druggists. Shumate i Raible handle Maillard's, j miles from I oral it to thi- place, and Lowuey's, Allegrettas, Sarony's and it is tilled with many points of inter Bishop's box candies. l-19tf jest, including some vi ry rugged scen- ' ery. lie APPROPRIATE LAUNCHING Sir Thomas intnn c Nou P.ha Ion- . . . w . .. uu w)iiuii j i.i" w u i v. i. ger. Shamrock Hi. Floated on St. Patrick's Day. New Vessel Built on Navel Lines and Said to Be Fastest Sent Alter Cup. Glasgow, March 17. Sir Thomas Lipton's new launch, the Shamrock 111, was launched at 1 : 15 today. Large crowds gathered at Denny's yards, at Dumbarton, in spite of a drenching rain. Sir Thomas Lipton escorted Lady Shaftesbury to tbe chri.-leuiug dais. Among others on the platform were Lord Provost of Glasgow. Lord Orer tou and Wm. Fife. As Lady Shaftes bury broke tbe bottle over the bow of tbe Shamrock 111 .-he said: "I christen you Shamrock 111. : May God bless you and may you bring back the cup." The Shamrock 111 is built ou novel and daring lines which the designer Telegraphic Sparks. Manchester, N. H., March 14. Dr. A. A. Ames, former mayor of Minne apolis, left here today on his volun tary return to Miuen.-ota to answer charges of bribery. Sheriff Dreger, of Minneapolis, accompanied Ames. El Paso, March 14. A passenger and treignt train collided this morn ing on the Calvestou. Harrison and San Antonio railroad. Lee Holmes a fireman and a negro tramp were kill ed. Several others were injured. Salt Lake. Utah. March 11. Gover nor Wells today signed the bill mak ing the state appropriation of six thousand dollars to aid in carrying out the program of the National irri gation congress, which meets in Og den September S to 11. Buffalo. N. Y.. March 14. The in quest into the murder of Kilv.in L. Burdick was beiruu here today liefore Judge Murphy. Among the first wit nesses to appear were Mrs. Seth T. Paine and Miss Barret', stenographer, who boards with Mr.-. Paine. Oleau, N. lack-on. one Y.. March 12. Walter of those who were ili exploriou ot the.lauk mdav night, is dead. I juied iu the irs ban .' This briugs the total number of deaths from the accideut to fifteen. One more victim will prolwbly die. Sacrameuto.Cal. . March 10. Albert Bertrem and .lane s Jory were killed in an accident iu the ship buibling yards iu Washington. Yolo county, this morning. The men were engaged iu lauchiug a steamer when they were struck by a revolving capstan bar. Chicago. March 13. Judge Chet laiu today bMtrootod the jury in fhe trial of the Indiana coal ojierators to bring iu a verdict of not guilty. The court held that it it was any violation of the law by the operators it was a violation of the iutei-st ite commerce law and not of the Illinois statutes. Washington. March 12. Secretary Shaw has returned tioin New York. The Associate d Pre-.- ..- informed that while in New York the secretary look ed into the money situation, but did not Hud anything iu the present con- i ditiou which would warrant any in terference OU the pari of the trea.-ury department. Jacksonville. Fla., March 1'!. The first national bank of Florida closed its doors today by order of the comp troller of the currency. No state meut has been given out yet by the officials. The First National was one of the stronge.-t institutions in the state and its closing is a great sur prise. Washington, March l& The senate begau voting ou the amendments to the canal treaty this moruing. Sena tor Pettus offered tbe first amendment whichprovide-il.at the treaty -hall not go into effect until it is approved by congress. It was voted down by a large majority. A uumber of amend ments were offered by Morgan aint passed ou adversely without roll calls. Cheyenne. Wyo.. March 10. If President RooaawaU carries out his plau to ride on horseback from Lar amie to Cheyenne daring hi- western trip, a company will be provided to accompany him. It is tiltv seven Havana, March 14. The sale of three thousand tons of raw sugar for the English market has been closed here at 1. ()." cents per pound. This is the Hrst sale of sugar for Eu rope in twenty live years, with the exception of that which formerly went to Spaiu prior to the war. Manilla, March 13. There is a pos sibilty that the negot lat i ills for the purchase of the frar lands by the gov ernment may fail because of the ex cessive prices asked by the religious orders and commercial corporal ion iuterested with the orders. Some es timates the values submitted art double those given a year ago. ((Washington. March 12. The senate committee on foreign relations today authorized a favoarbl, report on the ; Cubau reciprocity treaty with an amendment similar to that recom mended in conned ion with other rec iprocity treaties, providing that the treaty shall not take di c! until ap 1 proved by tbe house as well as the senate. St. Louis, Marc 1 1 11 special from Carrot hersvil le. Miaaoari, -ays: be Old levee, the greate-t dancer point along the Mississippi, one mile south I of here, is caving in with the river showing a rise of four inches and rain falling heavily. The situation is grave. Government engineers, with four hundred men are building a new levee. Aden. Arabia. March 11. -Advices t c. 1:1 i .u.i ii i . in ooiiiuiuauu Sil i lid L Hill 1 11 t lie recent tight between the followers of i,.ii .i, ,i. i ,...ii. .'OU .'AU4AU (..IV. I 11" . 1 i 1 1 I 1 . 1 . I forces, co-operating with British, the former lost one thousand men. Mad Mullah is maintaining authority with ruthless severity, cutting the throats of all male malcontents, and mutllat- ing women and childreu. Princeton. Ind., March 12. -The White. Patoka and Wabash river will all be stationary by Sunday if no further rains occur. All the lowlands are entirely submerged. The town of Fast Mount Carmel has not a single !erson left iu it, the water being from three to fifteen feet deep in the streets. Thousands of acres of grow - ing wheat will be lost. Ciucinuati, March 12. "Clover Nook, " the home of Alice and Phoebe j be arraigned before Commissioner Carey, sisters, whose poems are wide- Alexander. Miss Florence Brown. I ly known throughout the literary who is said to be his uiece. and who world, has passed out of the hands of : arrived with Wright yesterday, went i the heirs, and will become a home for . to the office of tbe United States mar the blind, under the management of j shal with her counsel but was not the Trader sisters of Avondale. Wm. A. Proctor, a wealthy citizen has purchased the property and placed it at their disposal. Sringfield, .Ills., March 16,-Tele- grams from Cardiff, Illinois, state that another explosion occurred at thai place last evening, entombing j Statesman. " in huge letters surrouud six men in the mine. One man has i ed by Union Jacks was the greeting been rescued, dangerously injured. that first met the eyes of Colonial A later dispatch at noon today says Secretary Chamlierlain and Mrs. that a third explosion occurred early Chamberlain ou lauding at Southamp this morning. Two dead bodies have I ton today from South Africa, been taken out. Three men are in the The travellers had a magnificent mine whom it will lie impossible to greeting. An elaborate public recep rescue. tion was held at which Secretary Toledo. Ohio, March 10. -In a boil-1 Cbamberlain spoke of his work in , , . . , , . South Africa. er explosion which wrecked a large , portion of the East Toledo mills of j Donaldsonville. La.. March 13. the Republic Iron and Steel company Great excitement prevails here be today one man was killed. Two others j cause of telephone advices of an im were fatally burned. Tbe top of the pending break in Arlington levee boiler was blown a distance of half a near Baton Rouge. The hands are be- mile hurdling the tops of over twenty bouses and finally gouging a bole twenty feet deep in the ground. The buildings in its flight narrowly escap ed destruction. Omaha. Neb.. March 11. Flood reports are coming in today from a large number of towns along Elkhorn, Platte and Loup rivers. The most serious situation is at Columbus aud Fremont. At the latter place the water last night covered the lower pari of town. Many people retired, : ignorant of the danger and were awak ened by the water rushing to their ; houses. All traiu traffic is delayed. New Orleans, March 11. The river is rising slowly here. The contiu- nance of rainy weather is softening iiie tereee rapidly and all Louisiana is prjrj ing lor a return of sunshiue. Six hundred men are at work today sacking the weak places and raising embank mcnt.-. Engineers report the levees in ex cellent condition. Every foot of em bankment along the river is under surveillance. Philadelphia. March 10. The police have directed the opening of thirty j four graves having secured evidence which leads them to believe that George Hossey, a negro herb doctor is i responsible for at least that many j deaths. Hossey is already iu jail as an acces- , sory to the murder of William G. Daii7e, whose widow is charged with having administered slow poison to her husband, the poison having been furnished by the negro. Wynne. Ark., March 13. Consider able excitement prevails here over the exposure of an alleged gang of "white cappers." Eleven meu are under arrest charged with lieing members of the gang and implicated in the killing of J. H. Brown, of Memphis. Monday night. The murdered man was here in the in terest of a detective agency. The neighborhood has been terrorized for past two weeks. St. Petersburg, March 12. The czar has issuud a decree providing for the freedom of religion throughout bis dominions ami giving to some degree local self governmeut and making other concessious to village commit tees. The decree, which has just been issued, is iu commemoration of the anniversary birthday of Alexander III. and is condsidered to be the most significant act of state since the em ancipation of the serfs. Kansas City, Mo.. March 14. The Goldeu State limited train on the Hock Island railroad due iu Kansas City this morning, collided head on, thirty miles west of Topeka at three o'clock with a west bound passenger ; train from Kausas City. Niue cars on the limited were either damaged or derailed. Engineer Love of the west bound train was killed. The responsibility for the accident is not known. Kausas City. March 13. At least eight additional transfer companies will a.-k the federal court for an in juuctiou re-training their striking employees from interfering in the trausactiou of their business. The path ions make the content iou that the interference with the wagoas ,is a vio lation of the inter state commerce team The injunctions granted last night to the Kansas City transfer company was respected by the strikers today. Cambridge. Mass.. March 13. An interest ine cauass has Iieeu made among tne Harvard meu ou the ques tion brought up recently by Prof. Hullis. chairman of the Crimson Ath letic committee regarding foot twill etween Yale aud Harvard. Tweuty four students voted to abolishing the annual game lietween the universities while :!.(4 were opposed to such action. Large majority endorsed the proposi 'ii to modify the objectionable teat ores of the game. Wa-hington. March It!. The dem ocrat ic seniors at a conference today raaolved to"stand together iu sup(iort if the two amendments to the Panama co al treaty. One of these provides for a modification of the twenty third article of the treaty so as to insure the control of the canal zone by the United States. The other enlarges the proposition of the fourth article. which is a disavowal of any intention on the part of the United States to in- crease territory at the mmmm of coiumiua or its sister republics in Central or South America, so as to in clude Mexico. ! Honolulu, H. I.. March 11. (By ; Pacific cable. Prince Albert Kukail- imoku Kuniakea is dead here of con ! sumption. The prince was the last ; descendant of Kamehameha the great, Preparations for a state funeral are j lmDg made' Buffalo. N. Y.. March 11. Five small boys lighted a stick of dynamite this morning which they found in the northern part of the city. j The explosiou went off with terrific force. It is feared that three of tbe : boys will die. 1 Xew york March 10.whittaker Wrigh j - yesterday, and taken to the federal building today to made a prisoner. Wright's counsel stated in court that although client is willing to re- j turn to England, he would insist on 811 ere before doing so. j London. March 14. "Southampton , j Welcomes Home Britain's Empire ing corralled on all the plantations across the river and hundreds of them are being sent on a special train to the scene of the trouble. Should the levee give way all of the river section in this parish will be flooded. The region is populated principally by poor small farmers. Washington. March 13. Secretary Hitchcock of the interior department has granted authority for the acqui sition of necessary property, rights of way, etc.. prior to the construction of irrigation works iu five localities. These projects are: Wyoming, Sweetwater, Dam: Colorado, Gunni son tunnel : Nevada Truckee : Arizona. Salt river Reservoir. It is estimated that these will cost seven million i dollars. They will provide for th irrigation of about six hundred thou sand acres of arid land. Washington. March 11. Senator Morgan this morning continued his argument against the Panama canal treaty in executive session of the sen ate. The democratic senators are making no effort whatever under tbe leadership of Senator Gorman to reach an agreement upon the amendments to the treaty, to be supported by them. So far. snlistantial unanimity has lieen expressed in favor of the modilicatiou of article 23, so as to place tbe control of tbe canal in Am rican hands. Jefferson City, Mo.. March 13. In the state assembly today Door Keeper Clark became involved in a fight with Assemblyman C. M. Selph of St. Louis liecause the door keeper com manded Selph to keep quiet during a speech of Speaker Whitecotton, in which he charged that boodle was be ing used in the house. Clark struck Selph aud the house was instantly iu an uproar. Members jumped on their desks, others rushed into he melee. Order was finally restored by the ap pointment of a committee to assist the sergeant at arms to clear the floor. St. Paul. Miuu., March 11. The re port of the testimony, taken before Frederick G. Ingersoll. special exam iner in the case of the I'nited States i against the Northern Securities com I pauy aud others, has been tiled with the clerk of the federal court. The report comprises four volumes of ap proximately Ave hundred pages each Most of the testiomony has been published, except the proceedings at an interesting session held in New York, when the contentions of the ; contesting parties were outlined. St. Louis, March i2. A special j jury iu J-idge McDonald's division of the circuit court has decided that ! when an attorney solicits a damage suit ou coudition that he is to receive ; as his fee a part of any judgment which may be obtained, aud the suit 1 is afterward settled out of court, the attorney can not hold the defendant i liable for any fee. although notice ; has been served o:i the defendant no tifying him of the relations beiweeD l the attorney uud the plaiutitf. aud warning the defendant against a set tlement without the attorney's con j sent. Memphis, Tenn., March HI. Tbe crucial test of the gn-Ht l"vees along I the Mississippi is at hand. If they withstand the pressure of the immense volume of water which is rushing southward today, the most sanguine! , expectations of the governmeut engi- neers will In- fullv verified. The river gauge this morning marks 3fc1 feet, being the higln st stage of water ever known here, lu North Memphis the situation is assuming a very serious aspect. Hundreds of ieople are aban doning their home. Every industry located along the river has closed down. BufTalo, X. V.. March ill. Mrs. Arthur Fenuell. who with her hus band was dashed over an emliank meut iuto the Oehres piarry yester day afternoon, is still unconscious at the Sisters hospital here. There is no hope for her recovery. 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