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WEEKLY J OURNAIr MINEB WEDNESDAY, 3ETTEMBEU 30, 1008'
PAGE TID2EE ArACIIE WILL OIVE A BIO MAJORITY (Xta B.XtipsailpOAV uioja) "There is not tho slightest doubt , 'it thnt Cameron will carry Apncho by i ,tj votes," Hnld Attorney General K. .. Clark yesterday, who has returned run that section and spoke at several , nitH with the republican nominee. t St. Johns, the largest town of tho Mintv, where n tncctlnir was held Sat- i.iv night, Mnnillrig room was at a , nimim In the hull. When Clark in - speech nlluded to tho "son o Co tntm" a demonstration ensued that i - the greatest in tho political his- f Apaehe county. Men throw ir lints in tho air, and yelled them- h.mrst and after tho meeting rnwd remained to shako hand ;)i the uotninee. Smith spoke at tne i place tne week previous and in ..1 no enthusiasm. Not n hoiiI tnr i to greet Kmlth at the conclusion )i meeting. t Snowllnke thero wns another rt meeting and a wave of onthti ii (.coins to havo iwupt over the ire tonnt y. Cameron is now on liiiok lieaded for the Qlla valley i Die White . Mountain, y Ho will k in l'toseott nn Oetolior 1(1, nuil it are eager to Fee and meot tho ;ietir man who appnrontly ha" ii Ariiutm by storm. M.irieopa is now planed on the Cum- i list ns ndvieos received yesterday Phoenix convey the news that farmer in the Tempo, Mow attd . eve district" arc almost solid for in run. -ii widespread and Infectious i tho rmi spirit that tho managers of i Smith have become panic strick ii i t have cnlled a meeting of the rmial exerutive committee to lie in Phoenix next Monday. KEErS MUM ON RETURN FROM 1USBEE From Wednesday Dally) a th le t Hay tnan he iiunlly has . ii Hearst's league i mailo tho topic i .in vernation, suy ti Phoenix paper, .1. 1 1 only, mitiotial eomiuitteemnu for - m .ma lor the iiHienoridonee nariv in . .na, came hack from Ilisbec today, t liter resting tip will srillv forth -nil to convince the voter that Ills t -.alvnlioit lie in following Hearst I deserting 1-oriikor, 'linut all 1 euro to say," Healy 11 v ('undented to remark, "in that t .cliie coiintv we secured 1700 .mi-s to our petition to nominate i 'nl late lor delegate to congress M ire republicans will vote our ticket i ( oi'hie than democrat. That ' 1 1 " n nttempt was made to get Ilenly s.-iv whether or not Hen rat still in -t that William It. floury bo tho .ndidnte of tho part' for congress it !n threw tip lilt linndti nml said ho wisn't tnlkititr. When Iloaly loft ''hni'iiix t'nr Cochise, f'leary was tin1 kiii. Iut hi- a -1 lotiH ami leek of word louai u.ili.ated that romi)iv t.rcary juioht nut rurrv tho banner. H. i 1 v woi i all through Coehiio eonn- ty, I Ht spent most of his time in His- 'ir int. I Itnnnliii. llo had soveral mom i er" of hi p::itv assisting him in e- urinir signer ( tho petition for del ..-t.' tn (tiu i -'. Iloaly made no i-n-lic". lut in -iy be heard during the .mp'iign. HcirM's inlltieiii-i in Arir.nna can nti'nll In- iiiil t be confined to a .v ill' liis i utploye . Hi nro he. ha ili.iite.t o utronglv that he want JUDOE STREET DIES OF PARALYSIS IN LOB ANGELES (From Wednesday's Mnlly) Webster Street, former enief timtlcn of Arizona, died in Los Angeles Mon day. Stricken with paralysis at Howio several mnntiis ago, lie moved to l.os Angeles for medical treatment but did not recover. .ludire Street win born tin Snlnm. Ohio, .Inno 8, IS 10. lie wa of English descent and his ancestors we-o promi nent memners oi me Nrtc etv of Friend, lie wns ndmlttrd to the .bar in St. Clnlrsville. Ohio, in 1S71. Later he 'moved to I'lttsbnrg, Pennsylvania, wnere ne practiced for a few rears. t omlnc to Arizona in 1S77 hn Im "luce been known among it lending jurist. Ho first locnted in this city but soon afterwards moved to Bigiiiil, ..louavo county. lie spent a year In Tnon before moving to Toinlistnno in H7tt. II next rvet fl rotinty iudae of Cochie county a trrm. I ti.Uniuirv, JSS7, hH moved to I'mienix. here ho rmrnueil in practlep a member of the firm of Onodrlrh & Street, and Intnr n a mem- iwr of Jtrwt ft iFraalcr. Tht jiart iierabip contimied until hi nppolnt Inent a chief justice of Arir.'on. Ill fair and impartial ndminlstrnlion of juHtlco innde him one of the moat tmit nlar chief justices that ever preiided in the territory. He wa an ex-prealdent of the torrl- torial Imr nssocintinn, and alao promt neut in fraternal citric, holding mam berwhip In the Maanua, Hulsht of PythltiB, Odd I'ollnws, Ancient Order ol united Workmen and the Maricopa m i i i .iun. in religion ne wa au i;ptwo jmlisti; in pnliticsn staunch ropnbll can. lie sorved suceemlroly a twero- tary and chairman of the territorial central committee. His thorough knowlodge of the fun ilamental principle of lw, combined with his familiarity of the stntnte iiml clear judgment gained for him the distinction of being one of the ablest men of hi profeion In tlie territory. HI remain will be interred In I.o A ngele. THREE MINEB LOSE THEIR KELLY-BOWEN rp.tm pt.tt YiVI in lUUiiUWlflU A TUAlliI (rrom WedncKiny Dnlly) Disapointed in vinking stage and train connection. Thomas Hums, Mar tin .Ionian and William Morrison, three sturdy miners, arrived in this elty from Fossil Creek, .Sunday night at s o'clock, traveling a distance of seventy five mile by a circuitous route in two days an) n half. They were not exhausted when they arriv ed, Hhowing tticmelve more than equal to the test precrlbed for army oftiecr by President Noosevflt. They left Fosil ( nek Friday morn ing at N o'clock, ri-ii. hing Camp Verde that evening, where they expected to take the tage to Dewey the following morning- Finding m stage running on Saturday, they left for Dewey by tho t'herrv t ruck rmite. Tiiey were wot fninilinr with Kji country and lost their way in turning over a trail into Cherry Cn-ek, traveling several addi tional mile. They lert Cherry rretk behind Sun day morning, coining to Dewey, where they expeited to ten the train to lli in rity. ilpiichinr Dewey they wern ncnin disappointed m lenrning that no Irnin were runniii oer the road on Sunday. Tuey iiniiiniir on their way here on fool, reaching this city fresh enough to tugin another similar journey. COCHISE DEMOCRACY M'ORACKEN HILL COMPANY MYSTERIOUS CLOSES DOWN (from Wednesday's Dully) BLAOK MOUNTAIN MINE PROMISES ACTIVITY :lprnfn Wedii. -days Pntly) Dcv elupnient oicnitinns on n larger senle than ever before, will be Inau gurated soon on the properties of tho Black Moitntain Cnpiier Coinpmiy in the Mineral Point district, according tn tne statement of .1. .1. dollar, a di rector of the concern, who recently ar rived here from t'hii-ago. "As soon a tne new hoisting and nlr comprcNunr plant i installoil, the sinking or a now limit mil lie com (leitcml Malinger Whitney, of fie ' menced," Director Zullnr said yeler McCracken Hill Mine Compsnj", wn in Kingman this week on his way to Los A ngele, whero he will confer with xotno of tne members of the company. Fur mum' unexplained reason tho com pany litix closed down work on the property and will prolmbly release the dav to a Jounial-MitH'r representative. "Part of the machinery i now on the ground and the remninder of it Is on the xyay to the ramp from tho fnc tory. "After duo eonsldcration It ha been deeldttil to sturl a new perpofidlenlnr bonds covering the entire group. And wi"Khifc shnrt. lata wui he cnrried ... . . V. . . .V ..... .1. ...... uwnMl miKihnJ rnal .,,,.1 fl.n tin,! done in tlie ince nt tno rat mat ; """" "-'"""' . " ' the 'consulting engineer reported thntVlu tapped from the ststton by cross there was enough ore in sight to .y !: IloniU will be rati on the vein ,i .. ..ut...iin from tho crossetiU on eneh levol." plant, extraet tho ores, install required! Tho company's holdlngt, eompritlng mnchinory, and then leave a net mar- Mghtcou elalHt. arc lawitwl seven gin of profit of $2,fi00,0U0. "m f J''ron,,, Jwon on the R u H. F.. P. ft I'.. tho nearest railroad stn- estimated that thejo was $ 16.000,000 ' JJ- Ore Is oxpose.1 on alj the elaims in siuht ami since that timo more and , V "P4 " nt T1'". better ore , been opened. Orent t'" pod shod vein i of bodies of ore carrying high values I " has been opene. I In it "frying fair ,i i,t .nrk.. ' values in copper. The new shaft will being .oersted from tbe other rich ! rpendtcular with two compart idratas extracted by but a seam or waste. Mr. Whitney i of the opinion that ment. Director Zollnr will leavo for hi camp In a few div to start tne Instal lation of tlm ma. i.'i ery. COPPER REPORTED TO BE BXTKBMBLY DULIj the hut lown will be but temporary although w.i en started up again it will j he liy otl.nr people. Po'sibly no other j minp in the 'territory, cm on the eot I for that matter, shows such posillli i lie ii due the McCracken and the ., r i. i.nt.M mo mrong.y W W rn" p..ople are asnured that i. . mnot long ' " , TT, ift ri-.t.d president, most "of these, 1 1 1 5 ,, main Out of the Market Ex - l,av. their eyes opened, are it -j w, UeA nfer Mr Whitney's porta Have IncraMeil. " "K ,,oar'"t nT"' h"' m-...m.... .h.. mine made a roeord for ' f.mt work. The big threo comp-irtment - T fllr,m autlllt, in ri.fi..,, ,.,,. shaft wa- s..iik at tne rat- of m.-n- than three feet every twenty-four J-". inwin. ............. , . t. :it lli mi It. i'v 'cet all tho ik'iiiocrntic aud l ti l : n-n n lender in CuciiUe. coutltv, ..I icp.it- being- well satisfied wlthi - ti.p. :r- well as haxiug seen a lot lii'uiK- a I'd had h pleasant time. Ilen'v (Hie Dad it in mind to sue ic .li.iim.-it Miner for I0,0Q0 damages hi .i'li-;cd libel but on luring lu- itc.i t -Im wed no further inter- CJDCE WREN'S MINE HAS GOOD QUE ftHOWrXCNS (Kr.im Wednesday Daliy) ! 1 i ing into consideration the num i t'cet'nf development, the ore) invinu in tite UtiUion initio 1KW0: i tnnrt nromiaiiur in th Black Boe -Kiel. mx'ditUilK Hi tat. fttiUmtHiS of - ,iiii, pcnornl mangcr f tho ' 'i :i m tie Milling- Cnmp.iny, iu .in the i tie of the property I -tel. l i e ll.illinn properties Wlndn the perti.in of tie ground covered Civ rnr-mr town of (1'lbert, now wn :ix Huliiiui Htution. It had been i iilciei Mihir!es! a'd rrn over by .(iniiirs for more tlum n fjuart'-r of ccntiirv niiiii ilic(ercd by ,1'irlge tii. int. i whnsc ii ih'eiiion the town (From Thursday's Daily) For the first timo in year a split exists in the democratic party of Co chise county that threatens to' put the party down and out this full, unless the breadi can be healed, say the Hisbeo Miner, and Micro is every indi cation tant there will be no honling. Johnny Bowou, for several years con sidered the bo of the parly in Co chlso enmity, has been borught to bnv nnd with his back againM. the wall, and his supporter confined to but a few of the old stHnd by, ho i fighting the battle of hi life. Opposed to him for the boship of tee coiintv demo cracy ix Bill Kelly of tho Review, and Kill seem to have the bulge on llo wen. Hnt the fight I a bitter one, nnd there it no Idling how it will terminnte. Whether or not Itiwcn 1ms taken too much fur granted ti is charged bv tho opposition, in setting himself uti as tho grent nnd onlv in Coehlie eotmtv, or whether Hill Krllv m .-in intprleiwr n is charged bv the lioweiiitc, the Miner has nothing to say. but the fact re main t hut never before in the liiMnrv of the country ha there o.-.-urre'I itch a bitter battle for supremacy in the running of the democratic ring. I'p to within u few week nvo, it wa generally eonreded that the dem ocrnts were stronger loan they have been for war. It w conceded even by the republican that they had Ktrnna organization, which they unde ninbly had. and which is the first step toward political mtrees. ButT' the green eyed monster made his entrance on the scene of love and hnrtnonv, a they don't nv in the romance of pas. ion .and theie wn tne usual result. Probably lies liowon prexiimcl ton - . f I '.. t J . . . L- It - I l nmriij ,roiini'.v up innx nn nninir mi vnntage of his nssocinte ia the coiin ty ring; prohiibly he imagined that he was so firmly entrenched In power that a ton of giimt couldn't dislodge him; prohably he thought he could just fix up hi little state and the rank ami file of the part would acnulcce to ni wislie. CotiverscK, probably ltil Kel ly enme down fmm Tnesnu and butted in; irobnbly Mill wanted tn supplant him a the big chief; probably he of the long frame mid sharp bruin thought that It n about lime to show the putative 1mc whero he was at; probably What's the ui of going any further Into nypothetlcnl analyses! The fact nwnniiis that Kelly and his cohorts and Itnwcn nnd his gang are tearing at each other's throats nnd spitting fire. And some one of the two I on dor will lie down and out for uood beforo the end of the present week. At proent it does not look n though it would be tjhn newspaper tunn. who knows just about as much tibmit polities a tho sn-pen-isor, with a little wore added. The row started of course oyer the shrievalty contest. At the banning of the present p'olitiinl season. U wa understood that IWwen woiim IlKe to see a very dear fr:end of his, one J .). Itwen, tho nominee for sheriff. A I'ttle later In the ncn It became known that Col. P. II. Johnston would like the job, and t ie ring had it frsme.l uu that tie .-ulonel be the nominee. ,Tnen csm.' a hitch In t?e urour.uii. Jiihris4)n it i.. said wouldn't stm'l for a divlsii oft'. of one J. N. ti.lit.' lor the P i Doiii;' iv colonel v pnwen then tr:n tioijs to Charlie I. in I' -'nee and n MriMiutli with the Ti C:i made to stick. And that's the truth. Kelly's workers have also been nut ting in n busy day. Their slogan is Down with liowon" and It looks as though they were iroiiiir to make It stick. The mass mcelinir hasn't been cnlled yet. but it looks a If it will probably be printed In the morning Issuo of the Heviow. The situation is growing tense and it i difficult to see the end. Hut one thing i certain, wnieh i that the com ing democratic primary will be the hot test thing ever pulled off within the precinct of liibee and probably the entin coiintv. HASSAYAMPA' OLD OWL HOOTS IN LOS ANQELES fFrom Thurwiav'p lilv "I'fense reerf good room Jfat-.iyarnpa Dies,' who I now en mule tn your city with a liberal sop ply of llassayampn water. Treat him wall. f r h's a bird or a fellow acd a goon lUvsayampan." This tclrgrani from Wickenburg, Aria., - lined by Kmil linden of that . ity, wi- reee4vd Monday ly Manager John S Mitchell of tlie iloliciiU-ck lli tel ii I. us Aiiueles. WALL STREET OETS CHILL AT UUYAN'B STRENGTH The tc'i'utraph cnargi's wore (Prom 'J'liurftiiv'fc Dally l The ioseil)illty of Itryaa'g election, pronounced in this column a week ago, hag been voiced dnring tho past week by no less iniortniit personage t.ian Jnmes J. Hill and H. II. Jlarrimnn, both of whom eem to reg:ir. westnru sentiment in fav.r of the ! mocrntie candidate a trong. 'J'he publicly stated opinion of these two m n gave the stock market n decidel chill, ami to these pulilic statement can ho as cribed the reaction which ha taken place in stocks within the week. The New York Htock K.x.-hange list looks limp and yielding, in spite of the i't t that lot ii Hil mid Harrinian J haw stated It as their belief that tao I result of the ile-tion will i"t material for' ly affect business. Ho fsr as the rail- road. Iiisiness is couccrneil, thero is constant. improeinent. u i shown by tba fac that large (lercentnge of the csr which were idle l-it spring ar now Btnploycl in profit yielding traffic. It is asld Ih.-it the I'nion I'm rifle is using all of its equipment, and i ready to order more. For sevornl dy the "coalers" aet ed n a buffer for too whole market ritf.-iiiist bear iittack. their strength but Manager Mitchell didn't rnind this! icing due to h decision of one pf the a bit, bii.uise he i always ready to'l'nitcd Mtate courts, upholding tho -' nr in- iiiK.um i riruio ui. h mo ment' ni'i'e, and there I never any thing to. uood in tbe llollenbeck for a llsn :inion. "Here. I'harlle, reserve the: let right of the coal carrying mad to hold nnd operate the coal mines which they now own, and, for the present at least, to acquire other coal properties. Inven tus liy, ho ever, the pressure boettmo room in the house for thi gentleman. " " great tltn ni t even the strengtn of :lid Min iver Mitchell, ns he passed! '" eoal n.a (s -t.xVs could stem tho the telegiivi' oer to tne chief clerk. len-Vr-.-y ti-e i-d de.-'in.-. "Hut -.o l HssMvnmwi Dickf"' ihw far C e .'ecline will o. nnd how queried de chief clerk. "Whv. Il.issavnnipn liek-" began the geui.il manayer. "Why don't yon know l itii cr--iie is --er -a. iiromi nent Ari. nan, who Wait a minute. eer, which will have a tendency to let me sec that telegram once more,' greatly strengthen tne market within iilesie." the course of the next two or three long it will ci.nl in-ie. i uncertain. Tho renetion hr :.i -r 1 1 v not yet run It r-mirse. Thi re .-i r several bits of bull new that lme I ei n withheld, how- i f the fee of the ...:ne (now a em it, club) and the In-w. erred his affef 'ling, an old timer a of ondeniable democratic votcn. was after ri'c-t Huahe Bd llenton had "i.unccd themselves I'ho clerk rrande.1 over tho message nnd a great light began to dawn upon the manager. "Well, if that mes.iige Isn't from Ilnlden, down in Wickenburg, and Ilsaynmps Dick I tnat connfounded owl he i shipping to me," he gap(w. "Holy Moses! What will wo do with him when he contest" The owl wa shipm'd to Mitchell week. It can be tated, unepi! vocal ly, that the earning of the Steel Cor poration for the present tptarter will surprie everyliody. Fifty for steel common will be an accomplished fact before election day. nnd in the nvent of Taft's election, the stock should go a number of points higher than ."0 be fore it settles. Such a prophecy would hive been regarded a a wild ono boitra, while the drifts wore carried on M!re brought by producers upon pur at a still greater pace. More than, (.ii;,.tfr f topper - me timo since for 1,000 feet of work wa done in nine 1 ninn, and - conds hand, hav- nioiiins rune iu me wuy m rm-, i,, i.Mn ! -Imfta tuld wlnre. At the same tinie "' f in" 1,w"t nn unusual amount of surface work ..ff. ring at lower rices iu the aope r wa dona, roads built, dump grann 'nuiVitia' sales b. i.nnnirs aceompa out, open ciW rim. the vein exroV"i ' . . . . ....-ia-., (i,. There were of W HVI I , ,i riniiliil.ites f. r i i --, aw befit h . I, out for ti e t ! I:ct mid in ft -ii I :u-t ureil as pt-' ',.(i'l the rnr Then the Iron I in.l some of li;s niv ueen Jn ne nomination. oF i".s, i io wen nan i sevoral davs nirn bv hi admlrlntfi ree months ajjo. in another three friend in thi territory. It i describ month it will he looked upon ns a ed as ono of the fow 'genuine prickly- conservative statement of the proba pirfod llassnyampa owls in the. Million. world, and it is claimed that the blrd Copper on the curb and in tho Hos can aoot "I'm Afraid to Come Home tun market havo shown weakness, due in the Dark" in a way thnl will HitHn part to the wenkaoas of the metal to shame any moving pictwro melo . and in part to the fact that user still dpoti. rofuso to take- the adviee of oxperts, and load up with stocks of the mntnl FINAL PAYMENT ON . around the pr,wnt market price. With- -, nr,nor I" another twolve months tho prices COPPER CREEK PROPERTY -t whi.h -HUPfa stan.br. I copper stocks i a Greene Cnnanea. British Columbia, i From Thursday Dl!y j Miami and Nevada Con, are now sell The finnl payment of 7r.000, due ing will look small. C:rk 1 Scsnlnnd from the Calumet ft' ' Through the maxe of mHelm.Htlon. .... , .. the student of market .-..ndition enn Anxona ( opper tympany, for their. Awv (ht 1(i ,B noW. Copper Cn-ek mine, wa made last flcl(l Mr,, maneuvering for jml- week nnd the title passed to the pur ,"tioii. It Income with each passing chasing ciimimnv. At the same tinte' day more dourly evident tfiut tb.lddeld tie rompanv made n final payment of ''-ns. is merely awaiting n word from VMi'iio ..n 'a group claims adjoin-, It" masters to hound up to Signer iuc the Clurl.Hcanl.u troop in which price-. Coldfiehl m.thrtie "tiwate ..nr..it;.. i..tiMt -. I...I.I t.v Hunt. that, there are owr ciifhtv u illion dol - ..... ... . i. un-t.-r who.. .) tion the dc , mr pn-s in -.iKin . nn- latter greup -itiove 1 1 t"ni roi revii; tins moans I over filt million dollar net. The i.. ... ia. M..,irH i,- inaiiairer or tne wci.inei.i i on. os location a iwnber of eentigioms een .pioted as havlse publp ly admit ek.imN heuem their combined holding '- tuirtv million dollsr net. Tn the ever a torge IIM of ground. ' ,-" statement It would not The wploiirtlen w- rk which ha 1 en l surprising to aee (.oldneld Cens. in active rroi-m ' r about two warn .Mi.in n y-.ir sell dose t.. r:-' a share- ....... .. ......i... i... that it will dl above llo an ex i i i ----- - t -.iiicr. under velopment work on tin- ha been prosecuted. strut' .1 Wvond 1 1 ' i-erwl venture of ' e-nngiy eonerv:MMe sra.r. ,-ther place on tl.cU.ubt thai In tl m.icss and extent of ri.. seems sisw-t lor nigner prices. t time he had man , .re i....ne, ima y. mi ,.r,.,.c,..v en ; V iC,..,V Wa V.-i.ft.itt . -e.oiiii to the I miwiikh mine or tne, ' - - nluinet i Ariaora Compsnv at IMsbee.i siaiantn were in c.iarge, the proper u.d the eompanv i preparing to eulp ro'J'. now, and develop then upon a scale never would entitle it to sell very whiI M-foro attemnti ' In tats couniT. 1 '"M"' i The o-e wilt probsbly bo transporr . a -ilate a u-c of Mngy ewr Con v bcr-in. mil Kellv friend who had al- uppnrter thought BE BAOKIED BURXOi Pnblle iimoitneement f Wlneaold' ... am M . . ' - ite.i.. -a . i , i., r... aM.m,H IU r'niroi ui ii rat-nun wimnm hih-- pnaslble. nml a scientific :,.'.., , t.v- . inv. nd . .'". .. ' t i.t,.,i I ,.,.m , Hm.itle nlant. higher prices in twt stock. Wingel ee democrat could! e . yr.p.uiy i... - already completed a ont of It. Kteve Ili oii.it or ' i ailfoait Mirwv rr.im Mstnmoin to i.l ...I. .Ii!.,, l I'lnir aide tn attr. t 1. I 'Tllglt t AKD IS MOW U AU. rta.uM M i, -. vCl'rjMH. Vmitfat-V't Ita. Lru.rVre entire 'fcnnni Imtailh a watch thiiff, and jirrry. Jjt, a, r- ineMnr wete the . eontral j .vr im'tlt. - , liuyer. The tin l'ie- i as prouuur 1 1 hi 1 i .h?--linard ' whe. I'ho i;. im longer stoiL fiftures la the court of Justice , for r'nu,, j,. two hour session Meiii au, e-j iu tin country, inn ,,-,.. iimmjt, iiuminal for anv dc-j ,onfr-ei were fftrcod tm thing: nd iecid.-!.' "j , i.i 1. w ,.(! I Kelly . iwU m , ic.- rolytlc h' ii' and t tnrough .l.-ilerw. .1, it ttuiisum 'i were pclled to perchase' t4y would fiiid mvln.exa JUkb,! Ifc. f. b. " ytw. this only for (in the other I i lim-s. Theie wa a there wa" a row. pmpoaJltian thst the I iteiioi' rifle voter- of l!il e Tiv a rect iriinry in-'ni' t th-ir deleaatio" ..i i 'or t'ie vi i met enedidates, The propositi 'musty uu.l pH- teeel dis.lniTi. Dire, t Ieojili' rule? S i (Jill erl jiiissed over a yesr agc. Me found the croppings of wuut IrfUie'a ewurt at a tfondoy aftemoun. Ma Ma fl.lneen biabi a vsr v - i mr-p f i COH1 tilted f ibe theft of two wit", on f helouglag to A. K. Upper aid tne oi" ti,.(.n,,;vttot ,,. i i jo-ti. er tbe nrottertv of (iu- linhlni. M.lt met, that inaie Out I ranld uccesion i,....fl .,VAV ..-..it ti,. nil..,. ,.f the . . ... u ..t nt "If was nbsolutelf eontniry to "'T lute in IBS my uoimmmm fiblbd.ed flrecdet,, nott grnud jury under lno bondn In, niti ,igh v,JM: and of ,', A B(,niw1,0 Ve ajw7f bcea faca cu. uuiummi ii- ,., trolvtia for rtow Pmeer w'" imntc .i feeeiven ma riutetleff IM tie I. hardly, sad Hf were InterpoMd In in haVe stolen the burros from Walker,1 r-.J u cotint r mine aud com w'""r "rl" " ,"lm " , n el -.'nkiug a shaft. The shaft i" city, where he was arrest ed. m.nii no incr nun n imo ; i,. c.A.,1 arrested .Hundav lU .Miiiia lmii llfl fft and A rtrlft rftn on a. ' , ..Une O ' fill Mll.V!l n nililiHIIUUII Vi" i , t,,o deolh of the shaft and '"' fiW t,n. ng a ... al.I. uptii t the drift. The shoot aver es five feet In thlcknesv Some of i-t w ore i ii csterd.'i ie nro ennics seventy per ccut in c.i- r nnd from $ to ffl III gold. Wron a thut tnore'aru four csr ads of ore on tho dump ready for ilpnient thut will net a liandaome rofit. He is now In the elty with a iniple of tho consignment. Tills ho i iving tested lfoic hauling tho ore .1 Wickenburg for trnusporatiou to he Kl l'ao smelter. Two shifts are employed sinking nnd Irjftlng, The ore showlugs In the lmt on of too shaft nnd face of tho drift otitinuo to Improve. Tho pronortv 1. located twolvo mile ortheast of Wickonbttrg, the nearest allroail station, nnd four miles south west of Constellation. Jtldgo Wren it enthusiastic over tho future of this promising property. Ho . confident thut it will prove nnieiig tjio best producers of tlto lllnok Kru-k district when opened iu u inltierllkn ""hi says that mining Is nctlvo all iver the Hlack Hock dUlrict. .Many promising strike nro reported from time to time, from J. L. Klllott, i. sentenced tt , ., ,i ,n fifty days' confluemei t in the countyj,,, (),M,m.; jail in default of the payment of aWn, .j m,t r,. f"0 fine. Ho stobt the watch while cm j -,,i,rts to doted as painter at Kort Whipple' ,i( .iuP ,;,; fi-om Klliott's poeketa white the latter wn workintr as enmenter in one of j the l-'.rt Whipple buildings. Hckal pawned tho wit t eh for $10 iu Direh lirothors' cfo, wlioro It was found by its true ownor. Seknl's arrast and conviction followed. .Initios Bhearer, an ugh t in the act of purloining a tovtol frflm tho waili room of llireh llrotlnrs' uttfe, Stttnrtlriy, wriM seiitonned to ton days' confine ment iu the county jail In default of the payment of a K fine. Several towels wero missed from the wash room during lust week, resulting In the capture of Shearer by one of tho employes. Journal-Miner for high class job work, , mi' shlpi day, the u making the t er h a ntflllon poua4 lot Jt wa reunrdew a- en atfert i wn.ng impre-sieiit i IM. "w ini0T' p.ivofof reducing prices i all grades, Lut with st all to i ii sumers ii .t accep' ed, a if i I in attract buyer. l.iu pe naye wen repuri , f more than a much 1 ii tiie previous ten uts being t.dlT ton, . 1 1 since the flrt of Sop tember H,a.1;t tm, but as tnero is no demand at nil from consumers, the larger hipw i.t-., simply mean a trans fer of stocks Irom Auivricnn to Euro pean warehouse; that 1. a continua tion of tne motement which ha been proiniiiant since the llrt of the year. The London market for stniidard warrants was u Httb' more aetire, with it sllgbt rise early In the day, which was lost bitor. the market closing the sumo as on last Friday. Sale nggro gutod 1200 tons. Kew Vork Journal of Commerce. l.v !sl "The people are"! USe to it, m Is) ! .. .Il ..k lMfttt .. . '..no lll-'i ! I ' 1 1 HI , un di.eae n ' pliepsy w eprnng on n rank qml file." Lo'kJing w.v tiie only rasdidste for sheriff who favored the plan. Hoi hes iml Kenton erould be for It all rigl.:. but it didn't look good and a i .ti wns siispei'teo, ( if eouree it looked SllMlll. t.Ol., Who ever hourd of ilwnocrptlc ring lenders of Cochise county 4vicatlPi direct rrrimariesf No, thev would look into the matte flr'. Thus far thry jtre t'll looking and ill fair to savvy the proposition Bill Kelly wants to see liockllng num inated for sheriff. Ilowen went to Douffla Hntur lay to nut hi sunrHJrters there wie to the Vj-innla- Hill Kellv went to Tiiri to nut thi nntier nest and the Douglas International will probably come nu this oveulug In favor of the direct primary in the Mmeuer i.ity. The IJoweHltoa wero busy all day to dav. Principal nctivHIes were con flnml t' the circulation of tho rumor that HIM Kelly nsplro to bo the eooa- Journal Miner for high clas job work. ty bo, "that the Kollys are going to call n mas meeting" which must I blocked by all moans, tiio cnior nrgn input I that thero Is no law that do mantis direct primaries, and tnat even if a mas meeting should decide upon Htich a prliunry it could not be legally Ken-on, at wh" p'' ' otiiioution can, WBU at usasmuujs. be r'lde with "ie PI Ptsn nnd Hottth-' western railroad fir lleuigta. The tt Xjaf tad, Wltttaa KoumtMffic distance train Msaimotli to WMM' i; "T Kurttal ItlisaW a! ont 7 milt . up Kan Pedro valley, .m l there ure . .. engineering probU-ms (rft m Thur-Uy M ,,.v in Mic wy. i l.Hi, i...... ., . I u lilatn All tne eornty along this route ........ m. ik-.i would be productive ,,f l.,e.l traffic a. J"T v ..i7a. i"s. it I both agrloitltnral and mln ng "rVV.'.V; .utf v. ...... i.. iu Ti ... . titvua t .t,.ib .if mwltiir ' ' 2. fateful word makii-o taetn man as by Rev V o I r i.tstur oi tic t . M Lj a .. vn ........ copal cliui"j, e nam million. and raised t cun tt and Jo a great slock growing yf..M .m1,.. C Wmm l.i . .T.". 'T: : ,j ; L : -i.i wife were i.r.!oiin . by rtev r 1,'tnai COUiy wouio o arrsi. , wimr. . r w.,. ..ii., i ,., i . i . ..,. ii ,-i''ni'!i, 1'iniui 'ii ' ( newoji iinpHi . w........ - con an er ne u. . -i . . AAd M.K hafm womanhooi In tt 'n ity. JI snea a line ( oe , . ii A,,i.it nt Vi i rkMitber. -P-ellic would prebaldy have, fin J M ,H,,.trol of it and eatend it duwa to, J. H. Vf "?,J 'V. Wiukelman to eonenet with its Phoe- litem line anA thai five theta an opportunity to brief from MeaHee into eeatral Arltons, from their Mexi can concession, both cool and htmberj siul aUo from the Pert of unayasaa, when tbe l'aaauis cavftl aaaJl hav Wen eoApleted, ail) kinds of anews ttmv. i tn M-llk hlk i I Hy ustll he teft for Calif era Vr$1JAMlTM MlHl aevaftil awnths K" to sccept a snmsij. GH.rU mOXM Of WIAJT -rl V,..,t: in ItalrerstleU. i j served a fret of the V. r frro i-nursd,;, twir v1""",1 'i' vr'f r. cibf 'ill' 1'"tu' r tt.ix.1,,.! who is ABtoviae a, before he left f uf alifurnla. yn5.tr!:; "r: .ill heir aeate .a ... itf. mine, is very enthusiastic ..t.r 'ie ersBelrt. future of hi pMperty. He i . oiidd-nt -- n.,nu i lmt it .till develop into one of the. 0LAMY 0AIX1& tHOWM. ,re silver prodecrr of the soutnern , OVJ ysu VtX - , ,, ,,, p,r. of the eoantv. Klnee Msrt ug, ( liners l on, several months hjs he has " ..... ..i.. run a tunnel en the vein a dUt.ar. of ; -f .e dog, whicl, -r, pl.r ,lhtv feet In wWh there i a very I on esbihlttna there st m - n,.t asm promising sbowlag of Wolframite and tt-.w of the l.ndie' K-ni.el kmv silver ore. tloa of Calif rna. Ti . eoMe ea The ernup of throe claims is lor a ted (t9m fiy , tnr ..i rnown heae four miloa sooth of the fnaaon Tip Top OB pgrn, r',M,t a. i.resi mine r.wr tao Mrifopjj soonty lae. H m vrl ,,f ,,, Jm4H , wits dlseiverel In I8l by Moxlaou f . tnn toJay a prospectors who reaped rica reward "'" jZm . Cy l.i,.,.i..g orei from IU Rrf.aaroota 1ll eeatlnne I the h..w oaes . working. nn l" H!ie I 1- ad Mr ey. rs! trnkt hnrr with her i firent t tnlr kotsw In Ag rta lat (Mob 1he marriage is the culmination a, remance which sturted shortly aft wards wher, e m-t tho man wlio a elninos facr a hrl le at a vclti fue ,tloM In A jus Fria. The groom has be a rHst his conntv frost early youth. h lived with hla parent ie the Ag