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ARIZONA WEEKLY REPUBLICAN: PHOENIX, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 1893. 'fit ,&:. ONE WEEK'S RUN It Has Been Chiefly De velopment Work, Thouph Lots Legislative of Good! Ore Is Elthor In Sight or Piled up on tho Dump. ThoFlrat Wookof tho Seventeenth i-oaiaiuiura dives Promise of a Useful Session. Wednesday's Session. The session of tho legislature yester day was briof in both houses, though during the two hours it was in so-sion considerable business was transacted. pun c.mneil convened at 2 o'clock, td linuteuifeiy after prayer by Chap lain Vaughan a call was made by tho jroaident for proposed legislation. Mr. Smith, of Maricopa, usked per mission to introduce a bill of which no orevious iiotice had been given. The title of tlio bill was, "An act to provide lor the collection of taxes in tho Terri tory of Arizona, claimed to have been iUecallv assessed." The bill was ad mitted and read, whereupon Mr. Smith ioved a suspension of the rule" and the second reading of tho bill by tit'e. Hie notion was ufterwaid withdiawn at l!iu bufv-diuu of Mr. Dennis, of Mo- kit to. Mr. Lovell. of Pima, gave notice of in tention, at an early date, to introduce a kill to amend an act untitled 'An act authorizing the board of supervisors of the eever.il counties of the Territory of Arizona to pay bounties for tho destruc tion of wild animals. Mr. Smith, of Maricopa, pave notice el iu'eiiti-m to introduce an act for the assessment ami taxation of co poratious and companies. At this point a message was received from the hou.-te giving notitication that concunent resolution No. 1 and memo rial .No. 1, adooled the day before, had Wo pui...'1'il 17 the house. A we-sage was received from the gov- s.'i.or .it,:. v i.iiug tho appointment of 1Y. L. Vail, of l'ima county, to bo a member of tho live stock sanitary com mission, vice 1. N. Towne resigned aleo formally notifying the council ol hie appointment of h. II. Kirkliind to b bis private secretatv. Un motion of .Mr. Cheney the council rent into executive session". When the lesxion rose ami the council was recon lened n concurrent resolution wan adopted providing for the appointment in each house of a doorkeeper and janitor and an assistant chief clerk. Notitica tion was sent to the house but that iodv had adjourned. The council adjourned until 10 o'clock this mommy, when the council commit tvea Mill be announced. bill to compel tho attendance of wit nesscs.in civil and criminal suits. Iteilly of Cochise, gave notice that ho would bring In a bill to roinodel the boundaries of judicial districts. Graham of l'inal, gave notico of in tention to introduce an act relating to irrigation and tho suppression of Oscar Wilde's floral beauty, tho sunflower, and other noxious plants which infest the course of irrigating ditches. Drvt Ion. of Anacho. an act to create a state board of health ; Uoliitu of Yav apai, n bill to rcviso tho fees of tho of- lieo ol orooatc ltiuge ami ouior omcen: Hunt of Gila, a bill to provido for the payment of witnesses in criminal cases. Kosa ot Cochise introtiuceu a uiii to assess cattle on rnnges, provided they had not been assessed in another coun ty, Referred to tho committee on judiciarv. Iiehan of Yavapai presented n bill providing belter facilities for the collection of wages by making them preferred claims. Hunt of Gila offered a bill authorizing the governor to oiler a reward of $5,000 for tho captunvof tho Kid. Referred to the iudiciarv committee. Hurley of Maricpa presented a bill to allow tho board of supervisors in fir-t class counties to employ assistants in the ollices of tax collectors at a Eaiury ot no more than $1 ,000. A council resolution provitling tor tne appointment of a joint committee to in vestigato trie aiiairs oi ine loan com mission was adopted. Hops introduced a resolution provid ing for tho appointment of an assistant chief clerk, an enrolling clerk and a journal clerk at a salary each of $4 per day and a janitor at $3 per day. The resolution was adopted opposed only by economist Heilly of Cochise. The house adjourned until' this morning at ten o'clock. Thursday's Session. If the present rate of law making is maintained until tho close of tho ses sion the revised statutes of Arizona will bo an unfamiliar work to territorial at tornevs. Yesterday witnessed tho be- einning of several important measures of which notico was formally given Tho proposed laws so far havo met with general approbation. Much of the leg islation is of a special nature, therefore, may be supposed to bo timely and useful. Tho gen eral legislation so' far indicated con templates needed changes and improve ments in the statutes. agreed upon in caucus : Assistant chief clerk, Miko Hico; assistant enrolling clerk, Mrs. 0. K. Itcmbert, Yuma; journal clerk, E. J.T. Horn, of Yuva Dtit. Miss Ida Spalding, of Coconino, was chosen committee clerk, and John Troops joint janitor. Field, of Yuma, moved an adjourn ment, but the resolution was lost. Mr. Hobs moved that council joint resolution No. 2 bo removed from the hands of he committee on public ex penditures, to which it had been re ferred. Tho speaker requested tiie committee to refer it back to the house, whereupon it was proposed by Iteilly and adooted. Graham, of Pinal, introduced a bill providing for a maximum irriatit6n charge of $1.25 per aero and holding irrigation companies liable for dummies arising fro;n failure to supply water to contiguous lands. Referred to the com mittee on irrigation. House hill No. 8, to compel canal companies to remove sunflowers uud other obnoxious plants found along Hie com so of their canals, was refened to the same committee. Iiehan. of Yavapai, introduced an act compelling the ollico of probate judge and county school superintendent acd other ollices to bo kept open at, stnted hours, under a penalty ol ?25 lor eacli violation of tne act. Speaker Baxter brought in an act en franchising the women of Arizona. Helerred to tho committee on elec tions. Mr. Hurley introduced a bill amend ing paragraph 1302 It. S. by the strjk ing out of the clause, "If it be a misde meanor nn arrest can not bo made at night except upon tho direction of n magistrate." The report of tho committee on mile age was received. On reconvening at 2 o'clock tho con mitteo on rules reported that tho rules adopted are quite similar to those which governed the Sixteenth leg islature. Committees to which the following measures had been referred reported favorably upon them. Resolution No. -J. uouso mil no. z and House bill No. 8. Uouso bill No. 4 was recommended as amended and No. 3 was recommended with amendment attached. I A messago was received from the council announcing th passage of '-on- done tho peoplo of the territory havo good cause tb view the legislative out look with calmness and complacency. In tho Houso. It was a rather stirring afternoon in ilio assembly. There seemed to be a jtrevaiiui;; op'iilou that time wan Ileei aig and a revision of the code was im f.nUvo. 11. If the membeiH wanted something tiunu and they ul once set about having it done. David South ick, tho member from .Mohave, had jjwt arrived and was sworn in and the complement ol the houee was full. The II. st thins to be done was to cor rect an error into which too great haste kad led tho bodv the day before in the matter of concurrent resolution No. 1, . .;:;...'.. Die appointment of a j.iin. committee to investigate territorial af fairs; the -house had not only adopted tr.B resolution, but had carried out in cruvision by naming tho house com mittee without first permitted the gov ernor to pass upon the measure. That f art of the action was therefore stricken out. Tho following standing committees ne'e announced: Rules Mr. Speaker, Martin and Schumaker. Elections Field, Gray, Bruce, Cook, Graham. Ways and Means Burke, Mehan, Skinner, Soutwick, Cook. Appropriations Hurley, Leather r""'1 '"!'', Ueilly, Brewer. Education Day, Wright and Field. Judiciary Rosj, Iteilly, Rogers. Hunt, Brewer. Plutins Mnrtill. Marshall, Dryden. ua.kv.u uuJ Indian Allans uruy, flhrley, Schumaker. Knrr.iu.l qnd Engrossed Bills Belnn, ilnnt, Wright. n-Hi.vr 'Lint, Iteilly, Rons, M-r-ahall, Urobilin. Corporations llehr.n, Marshall, Brnr?. l.'rv.cn, Ross. Memorials and I'otitions Bruce, Minos and Mining Gray, Schu maker, Day, Loathorwood and South viek. Counties and County boundaries tehai), Hurley, Ross, Graham and iVlc-"! '."httions Lcathcrwood, Be Lau and Wright. isric'Tltrc Rogers, Skinner and Urnhnm. Public Buildings and Grounds Sryden, Leatherwood, Field, .Marshall r.d Cook. Territorial Library' South wick, Mar ifmfl and .Mehan. , Irrigation Skinner, Schumaker, t(-' r, Dtv. iV right. 1'iioi'v, tjxptniditures and Accounts letily, Hume. Ilrewer. Territorial Affairs Hurley, Field, Lentherwoiid, Burke, Graham. iaivu ivoen Mehan, Gray, Cook, Kurley, Martin. Mr. Mohan, of Pima, presented a memorial from tho citizens of Nogales i? the x f-eitibly, requesting that body t.. .z congress in tho matter the reinstatement ot euver. ine me Council. The counoil yesterday met pursuant to adjournment witli Pieeideiit Nurris in the chair. All of the members an swered at roll call. After prayer by tho chaplain and reading of the minutes of the previous session, the president announced the following standing committees: Militia and Indian Affairs Doran, Shannon and Hawkins. .Mines and Mining Shannon, Dennis and Cheney. Corporations Dennis, Hawkins, Nugent, Doran and Cheney. Ways and Means Hawkins, Lovell and Smith. Printing Smith, Shannon and Nel iis. Memorials mid Petitions Hubbeli, Nellis and Edwards. Enrolled. and Engrossed Bills Shan non, Dennis and Hubbeli. Judiciary Kdwardn, Lovell, Haw kiii, Dennis and Doran. Countiee and County Boundaries Lovell, Shannon, Hawkins, Clieyncy and Dennis. Claims Nellii, Nugent and Dennis. Federal Relations Lovell. Edwards, and Hubbeli. Agriculture Smith. Nugent and Dorun- Roads and Ferries Nillia, Edwards and Smith. Territorial Affairs Nugent, Lovell and Edwaids. After the announcement of the com mittees the council proceeded to the re gular order of business. Mr. Lovell of Puna, presented a peti tion remonstrating aguiust the division of the county. Mr. Hubbeli gave notico that he would introduce a bill entitled: "An act todefinethe qualifications of per son" (il""teil or app dated tooili'V." Mr. Smith gave notice of the intioduc tion of bills as follows : To amend certain sections of chapter 2 of title 12 of tho revised statutes of 1887 of the the territory of Arizona j" "To provide for tho collection of debts of incorpora tions ;" To amend chapter 2 of title 10 of the revis.d statutes oi 1837 I the ter ritory of Arizona." Mr. Lovell gave notice of introduction of bills as follows: "Authorizing hoards of supt i vi-nr-to pny bounties lor killing wild animals;" "An act amending the statutes relating to bills of exceptions;" ''it'-laling to new trials;" "Providing for tlio election of supervifors by districts." Mr. Edwards gave notice that ho would introduce a hill to repeal chap ter 4, title IS and section 238 of chapter 23, title 1C ol the revised statutes. Mr. Shannon gave notice of the fol lowing bill : "An act relating to voters." Mr. Doran gave notico as follows: "An act providing for the better gov ernment of the territorial prison." The committee appointed to roport mileage of members submitted the fol lowing: Hubbeli, 709 miles; Clieyney, 2uG; Nellis, 839; Edwards, 180; Shan non,oU4; Smiih.l; Dennis, 702; Haw kins, 150; Ldvell, 120; Doran, 82; Nu gent, 200; Norris, 873. Approved. Mr. Edwards introduced a bill requir ing witnesses to enter into written re cognizances in criminal cases. Mr. Hawkins gave notico that he would introduce n bill to amend nn "act for promoting the purity of elections, the secrecy of the ballot, and providing for the expense of printing." A message from the house announced tin passage of J. (". It. No. 2. On motion the council then adjourned until 10 o'clock this morning. In tho Houso. Work began in the houso yesterday morning promptly on. the hour, with all tiorial waa referred to tho committee! members prer-eiit except Iteilly, of'Jo on tenii... i;.l affairs. Hunt, of Gila.'chloe. jrennted a memorial from his eon-j Speaker Baxter moved that all bills alitnentH on the subject of opening n, bo registered both by number and portion of 11 o White Mountain Indian title. refrenation. n matter now ponding in lto?s, of Coconino, moved a Ptispon- c"or. r.'-". Referred to tho committee sion of tho in lei and the iinmediatn uu fedeial rtlntioii". uledion of extra clerks and olllcera as l!r. . i ni Giaham, gave notice that provided bv joint resolution No. 1. T un iMt .) dule he would introduce u Tho following persons had been current resolution No. 1. Mr. ltOL-ers introduced an act for the impounding and disposal of animals for trespass and damages. Referred to the live stock committee. Mr. Schumaker introduced an act to prohibit the holding by the ciiine person at the eamo time two ollices of ttuxt or prollt either elective or an pointive. Referred. Mr. Schumaker also brought in a measure lor tlie levy of an occupation tax, affecting liquor dealers and mer chants of different claseess; photogra phers, auctioneers, commission mer chants. Land and mining agents, not including attorneys when acting In the capacity of sucti agents, attorneys, physicians, dentists, shooting galleries, bagatelle and other games, pool sellers, merry-go-rounds, pedlers, theatrical troupes, circuses and other shows, in surance comqanies, express companies. The bill provides that the tax on rail road, steamboat and stage companies shall be one per cent of the amount derived from carriage of passengers in the territory, and one per cent from each message sent by telegraph com panies not including-messages connected with railroad business. Mr. Gray's r 'solu'ion to draft a bill relating to fees of territorial and county ollicers waapRx-ed to the third reading. Iloue bill-No. 1 introduced by Rob providing for tho assessment of stock on ranges which had not been previ ously assessed in nno'her county had been f ivorahly renortcd by the judici ary committee. Under a suspension of the rules it was put on its final passage by a vote of 10 to 5. 'ilmii-u bill No. 2, also by Mr. Itos, providing for a just division of txe on stock was advancfd to a third reading. Mr. Hunt's bill authorizing tho offer of a reward of $5,000 for tho capture of the Kid had been amended by providing that no person connected with the United States armv Bhould be entitled to the reward. With this amendment the committee had recommended its pas-age. Iteilly of Cochise, proposed further the nuietidmeut to strike out the words would be disastrous to many contracts which might be made in the interim between the passage of the bill and the general notification of its passage. Tho motion to suspend waa withdrawn at the suggestion of the speaker, who called attention to the bill's inter lineation and he recommended that it be replaced by a clean bill. Mr. Southwick of Mohave, here pro posed that in the cases of all bills printed copies of them be prepared for distribution among tho members of the house and the council. Ab a reason for the proposition he said it was impossi ble to vote intelligently upon a bill which had only been read from the speaker's desk. As to himself he said that he would be compelled to vote "No" upon all bills with whoso terms he waa not thoroughly acquainted. His suggestion wai adopted in this caee and later in tho deliberations of the house became a sort of semi-established rule Mr. Brewer's bill to procure the at tendance of witnesses in continued criminal cases was among thoee favor ably reported upon. It was again read bv title and 50 copies ordered printed "The same action was taken on Houee OWI 0. V IU rt'UIillV UIU IVIIUJJIUH vc.i of the oiiiccof probate iudge. A favorably report was receivcu trom tho committee on federal relations in the matter of the house memorial relat ing to the throwing open a portion of the White Mountain Indian reserva tion and the memorial was adopted. Several other measures of less import ance were advanced to various stages and the house adjourned until Monday 2 p m. The committee on elections Messrs. .. ..V,U. . bill entitled, an act to j Hem, urav, isruce, wok anu ""' tempoiury use of any . auuoui ecu umv uu iuuirU., i.u. .a llllUieUlUlCiy tlllVl HICmiVIUVWIIOLroiuii they will be pleased to get the views of their colleagues on the bill to enfran chise the women of Arizona. This is ft matter of to much moment that the committee hesitates to either slaughter it or foster it in the lonely precincts of the committee room. The members want the prayful and sympathetic as sistance of their brethrem who will also have to bear a part of tlio blame should there be feminine dissatisfaction over the result. Council. The council met yesterday at 10 o'clock with President Norris in the chair. At roll call all members nn swered to their names excepting Mr. Doran of Pinal county, absent by leave. Mr. Lovell of Pima county introduced the following bills: To amend para graph 8(38, section 220, chapter 20, title 15. of tho revised statutes of Arizona. Read first and Hecond time and refened to tho judiciary committee. An act to amend paragraph V6i, tine 15, section 180, chapter 18, of the revised statutes of Arizona. Referred to the judiciary cotnm'tlee. An ad to amend paragraph 823, sec tion 180, title 15, chapter 17, revised statutes. Referred to judiciary committee. An net to authorize boards of super visors to offer rewards for tho killing of wild animals. Ordeied printed. A ineer-age from the house announced the passage of II. C. It. No.,1. Mr. Smith introduced several bills relating to corporations, the liability of stockholders and the taxation of stock. They wereoidered printed. Mr. Hubbeli liuioduced a bill nineml intr an act defining tho qualifications of officeholders. Mr. Hubbeli asks that a person able to read and write Spanish lie entitled to tho same privileges as though he aUo read English. Tho bill was ordered printed and will be given in full in thes.e columns. The commute on mileage having completed its work was discharged. Air. Nellis gave notice that he would introduce a prevent' the horse, mule or other animal without the consent ol the owner. Mr. Shannon gave notice that he wanted a revision of the fees and mile age"! county oiliceih a much needed leform. , The governor's message was made a special order for Tuesday. The resolution providing for addi tional clerkB was pasted by a unani mous vote. Afternoon Sosston. Absent, Hubbeli and Doran. The regular order of business was suspended uud the following additional cieikH elected; Arsislanl chief clerk, Frank King; assistant eniolling and engrossing clerk, A. R. Edwards; journal clerk, C. W. Culver; joint jan itor, Johnnv I'roop. For coipmittee clerk, Sam Pnrdy and May McElwain wee nominated, Mr. 1'urdy was elected. Mr. Hubbeli, absent at rail call, en tered and tooK his seat. The judiciary committee recom mended that an act requiring: witnesses in criminal cases to enter into recog nizances be paused. Tlio bill passed. .Mr. Nellis gave notice of the early introduction of hills relating to live stock inteiests uud the recording ol brands. The council then adjourned until 2 o'clock Monday nlternoon. GLOBE ITEMS. Gila's Candidate f0 Surveyor-General. He Possesses Qualifjca. tion of Democracy. Last Week's Happenings Gila's Capital. at Events of a Social Character info . matlon Concerning the cUDe and blsbee Road. Globe, Ariz., Feb. 15. spPn&( A very pleasant surprise par? . given on Tuesday evening at illetJ .!., f f or,, I XI -o T II .. '' "'"" " iin. u. II inrrn the occasion being the "tj Sixteen t, b,h. day of their daughter. M . i that charming age of wlm I, 0.h- ,ltV8 written and bards have bm,j. jj. Lottie is n general favorite amnga'jr associates, who took the r.pr..,r lri,rT , showing their appreciat;.n v remem. bering her birthday. Au....,k ,noje present were aiisses tn-.. Kci. Pascoe, f-hanley, Angel and voai s""o Mo- In the Houso. Business in '.lie house yesterday opened with committee reports on various measures which had been con signed to them. The judiciary commit iex had naturally become the receptacle of more embryo laws. House bill No. 14 Mr. Schtimuker's measure for the dis tribution of public offices jts far as they would go by prohibiting tho holding of two of them by the same person at the eitmetiiue, wu overtaken by n sad fine in the committee room. It was re stored to the house with the suggestion thai it do not pass by which It is to be understood that tho committee holds the doctrine that tlio American citizen isenti.ledto whatever in the shape of a public ollice is within reach. House bills Nos. 9, 8 and 3 were favorably reported upon. Day before yesterday Mr. Rogers in troduced by request a bill providing for i he publication and distribution of Ari zona supreme court reports. The mea sure was referred to the committee on printing which returned an unfavorable report and the infant law was laid up on the table. The occupation tux bill reposes be side it. No discussion attended the bill outsido the committee room, but it is said that tho committee believed its n'.ins were too nweeping. House bill No. 4, un act by Mr. Hunt A NEW WATER SYSTEM, A Matter of Groat Importance to Phoenix. A New Combination of Well KnoWrt Capitalists to Operate In This City. ", "V ""- ,, . , , . , lioilce Ulll o. , un act vy .ur. mini dead or alive," which he explained RUtliot izitiu: the governor to offer 5,000 should be done in the interest of a "humanitarian sentiment" prevailing among a lot of eastern Indian loving ig noramuses. Tho speaker portrayed the injury this territory had already suf fered" in having lost the regard of those soil saihe humanitarians by having adopted heroic measures against the Apaches nnd white outlaws. Mr. Iteilly therefore believed that the meas- lll- should be Soflintd. Messrs. Iiehan nnd Graham very sensibly hoped that the folly suggested by Mr. lleillv would not prevail and Dr. Wright, a colleague oi tho pleader for humiwiitnrian methods of eirectiiig the Kid's capture, said that the bill should not bo changed. On the con trary, it should be made as explicit as possible, and what could make it more explicit than the words so objectionable to Mr. Iteilly? Tho amendment was not made, though ono by Air. Gray ad ding a reward of $250 for tho taking in the most convenient manner possible of each of the Kid's followers wnsadopted and the bill waa advanced to its third leading. House bill No. 5, by Mr. Hurley, to allow boards ot supervisors in tlrst clasa cnun'ies to employ an assistant collector was referred back to the ju diciary committee. In tho course of tho afternoon notice was given of an intention to form a new county, Santa Cruz, by a division of Pima county. The house adjourned until 10 o'clock this morning. rewind for the capture of tho Kid, was advanced to a third reading and passed with its amendment offering a reward of $250 for the capture of each of the outlaw's followers. House bill No. 10, by Mr. Mehan of Pima, to form the county of Santa Cruz, of which notice was given tlio pievious day, was read the first tune. The bill was a voluminous document describing the boiu.daiieS oi the new county to ol laken from a rib of Pima, .vhether Pima be asleep or awake, providing for the transfer of matters within the new eo'intv now in litigation, the appoint ment of olllcera by .lie governor pend iug an election to be held on the second Tuesday of May,' nt which time the cotintv tent shall also bo chosen. In fact the bill provides lor everything thv broke: and cut badly- by broken glns; E. C. Webster, of Pasadena, is in the city concerning a matter which is of great importance to Phoenix. Mr. Web ster, to begin with, ia a gentleman who rides nn the crest of booms and has achieved great financial succesa thereby. Ho wn, therefore, naturally attracted to Phoenix. Mr. Webster's business here is to put in nn extensive city water system. He is associated in the enter prise with Mr. McNallyof the well known Chicago publishing firm of Rand, McNallv & Co., and with Mr. C. 0. Green, the Lig intent medicine man. He left last night for the cast with Mr. McNally, who has lately been at Los Angeles. Mr. Webster, who. aa has been re marked, has keen p"iception in ttie matter of booms, aays that Phoenix has an early and wonderful future lxlfore it. He doe's not believe that it will ever be a great boom town in the commonly ac cepted and worst penso of the word " boom," but that it will be simply a great city. DAsHED TO DEATH. Frightful Street Car Accident at Portland, Oro. PoitTLANn, -Feb. lfi. Associated Press. A frightful accident occurred on the city and suburban electric street railway in lower Albina at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon, in which three persons were killed and a dozen others seriously injured. A car was coming down the descent on McMillan street when the nioiorman lost control of the car and it plunged at terrific epeed down the hill ami leit the track and went over on its side with a tremendous crash. The car waB crowded with forty-live passengers aboard, among whom were young peo ple, who constituted the graduating class of the Williams avenue grammar school. The car left the track at the torn on tho corner of McMillan nnd Barabee streets. Tlio momentum was so great that on leaving the track it was (lathed to pieces. The dead are J.O. Dennis, carpenter. 50 vears; Bertram l'eniiieon, 18. Injured: J. T. Johi.&oti, James Menefeo, a painter, probably fntnllv; Allah B. Rigmnn, head badly cut; Claude Scollins. leg broken nnd other injuries; iMinn Higgin, head cut; Alice Wells, head badly cut; James Finn, head cut; Mrs. A. Davis, of Woodland, writ broken and head badly cut ; Mrs. Carlson, leg lnn;j l''itt, I'i!h. Hsrrr i ' 01! Mel cj:a hi; wnk i' tiiMnifd i Mn Friday's Session. A legislative week week closed yes terday afternoon and tho mumpers of both,houBes congratulated themselves upon the amount of work either ac complished or put in line of accomplish ment. A session of legislature even in an old long settled stato where con servative opinious prevail ia looked up on with apprehension nnd tho legisla ture itself ia often regarded aa a legal ized nnd necessary nuisance. If the first week of the present ses eon of the Arizona legislature may bo taken as an earnest ot what is yet to be new county will need as soon as It la'-, aside its swaddling clothos. Until the election above mentioned Nogales shall be the seat of government. Referred to the committee on counties and county boundaries. Mr. Hurley introduced nn act to amend paragraph 300, section 10, re vised statutes. An act providing for an increaso of salaries of supervisors' clerk, tho in crease graduated according to the classes of counties, was referred to the judiciary committee. Mr. Graham of Pinal brought in a bill for the exemption from taxation of orchitds ond vineyards for a period of three years after being set out. Mr. Graham also introduced an act permitting only one justice of the pence and one constable in counties of a pop ulation of less than 1,5C0. Mr. Hurley introduced n bill relating to the compensation of county officers. A discussion of considerable length took place over Belmn's bill, an act to establish liens for salaries and wages, making them preferred claims. The judiciary committee reported favorably iiM)ii tho measure nnd a motion waa made to suspend tho rules, cause the bill to be read the second timo by title nnd put it upon its passage. Ueilly moved to amend by substituting for the emergency clause the words "To tnke effect from nnd after sixty days after its passage." In support of his motion he said the immediate effect of the law- Miss Sullivan, assistant principal of the WilhaniB avenue school, arm broken; Miss Corey, serious bruises ; Mr. Ross, internnl injuries and head cut badly, and his son, who received n fractured wrist. -'urgeonl in Albina nnd the city proper were immediately summoned", and in a short time nil the" injured had been removed from tho wreck nnd taken to the hospital. 11. Blaisdell and II. F. Doty, tho mo tormau nnd conductor respectively, wereurrested. B'aisdell says: "I did nil in my power to check the momentum of the car but the brakes would not, hold. The incline on McMillan street is very steep nnd at this point we were very cautious, but I did all I could and found I could not stop the car. We struck tho curve going into Lnrabep. We were going at ft good late of epeed. I was afraid we would go over, but stood by the brako until the car turned over on its side. Then I went into tho car to help release the passen gers." Police Ufiicer Davidon. who waa on the front platform when the accident occurred, said: "I am satisfied that tho motorman in this case ia entirely blameless for tho acci dent. He had his brake on as hard as it could be, but ho could not control the car." Delicious biscuit, cakes, pastry etc, are made w th th Diamond S. Baking Powder. Sold at E. F. Kellner's f tore. reno, Mary and Alice Cowl and Lena Watson, I'adnian. kraua and Hudgens: Mesam Whelan, Allison, Myers ami and Maatera Kenyon, Stew ir and Willie Sultan, McCabe. M (l,,on and Shanley. Cards al nr games furnished amusemer unu , late hour, when the young pe..pip te. turned to their homes after ntiht Miss Lottie many happy returns at htr birthday. A quiet wedding took plan. Wednesday evening at the rn We) Mr. and Mra, Oates, the -..u medej parties being their daughter, Mm, An nie 0. Minnie, and Mr. J. . Wro:b, late of California, Rev. rumhis 0i ficiating. They have tnativ tnctiitnn Globe who will wish them W, , rft across life's etoriny sea. Mr. E. fi. Field, of Li x-,, in on Thursday's stage on a daughters, Mrs. M. M. Ham- a Edith ll. Field. Mr. Fiela n. several weeks. Alfred Kinney returned from New York, where tn t Mrs. Kinney a few week Kinney is rapidly recovering hf beaua and she will return hom- :u 3 lew weeks. B.F. Pascoe, J. L. BatcUM.., t k Young and R. Trevanthen rei.,rned on Thursday from Florence, we-re ;her had been in attendance upun tlis I n tnj States districtcourt. F. W. V e'met came in on Fiiday. The Democrats of Gila -.invarf zealous in their efforts to secure u. ap pointment of Dr. Alexander Tr puc a survevor-geneial of the bm -n !ir. Trippel ia a skillful engineer and a tuor ouglily competent and .hi- urua gentleman. He is an unswer .1: litis ocrat and has done good !; m the service of the party in this ten rr A. Miller, the genial plniij;rapiitr, returned to Globe by Satordm's tip, after an absence of several .. lit will locate permanently in ij, ..lie. :tiui giving our people the services .1 a trst data dentist,' J. G. Heistand, of Colors!" arrived in town a few days ag ol apecimens which he is co 1 his lapidary at that place. made a large collection and eTpecM to leave soon. Charles F. Hanson and W. Hand son returned Friday frmn a .u .iiiti'i trip to Graham county where Xr. Han son has been looking after Irs. -tlp in terests. They both seen) n wfll satisfied with their trip a- M' I eon ia much improved in re 1 1 '" month's outdoor life, while i ar ie re ports hia cattle in good cnli -n and standing the winter well. T' news to Globe in the full u-n vf 1 aiiiliiii'ly 1 lint Un ' of the railroad from Bowie t tettlee fact. The funeral of Mr. Nel-on t" on Wednesday afternoon tr 'ii 1'.. church and was largelv une the friends of the family, "rcat preparations are I .- msl for the masquerade ball to be uvea on 1'Cbruary 22nd bvCompanv A good time is anticipated. Spring, in scarra . ing tor He tin 'ipnl ,e on 1 he is I Ii nijrt .... II. i,.lwl M t N A. CORBETT'S CHALLENGE He is Prepared to Hold His Position as Chamnion. New Youk, Feb. 10.- -''"'fi Press. Champion Corbel r "P centilitre todav depoi:cd '" IC' World a check for $10,ix),i ' -" urT ' fight Charier Mitchell, and ' ir2,5J0 to bind the mab Ii '' ''"J Jackson. To Mitchell Corbet t i-f' challenge for a finish fig1" '"r "j championship of the world. '1" ' "' . th largest purse offered ""'.g ,10 have no power 'to stop " nlJ ., declare a draw. The bat'le t ' '" place next December. If Mi" n?1' " not accept Corbett'a terms ''rn. pinn wid "hen cc-pt 'o k-,n "'' . (.. i i,,..... t;,,.l,eh hi0ld ivuv. II, iiwnctci, ....."- cept, Corbett will fight .!!,- months after meetimr Muciieu ....iiiin,.. r 1....1.. .,'o ,.i,,i! 1 nf. Mitchell should ngree to figlr '''", "" back out, Coibett pernio- lie -'' take Mitchell's place next !" r' feten tM II Tho Monterey Commi-s'ned M.um I-i,am), Feb. 15 -I"'" roast HT i1.r"iHii vituut.1 Tnntpn.l' VA .-, ., placed in commission todav ti"r command of Capt. Louis Ke"' ' i.iilot.iufil fimtatotllti. Ill Ul ..,...,,...,....,. .............. mar. .hull ali.mrrt and tnp IVOrK '" men. wad' ing stores immediately comiuc" eJ.