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11 X "3 Church strcot.
r ta.'ilwi bishops must stop chaw
i .liiJWtJ. Tho General Conference
Ls t t;j pcutiouei to make the use at
t.M. sa impediment to consecration
wh.-'Uis ops im.'tf. is many oi me
c-urcii lights cau never aspire to
fij 'i-'joj fut aisy jab" they are ptiv
;..;ca t J "chaw" uway.
Is i.a interview with John J. Vuloc
W, president of Wella, Fargo & Go.,
Le5 reported to huve eaid that the
.i e?t . we?, through robbery.susttiined
I, t. company, were u Arizona, Texas
i.jw ileno, aad hat hereafter.
fcl-osJ precautious will be token by
tb c Ljaay to secure their property by
t-c earl yment of an additional force.
Vi'HiLE the people of the Salt and Gila
v. -js are building reservoirs, digging
v.: irrigating canals and otherwise tin
p v,tg and ranking attractive their va
r.ius sections of tha coantry, the peo
p of tue Santa Cruz, oso of tho rich
est va'.Ijys in the territory, sit with idle
fcs-i? snd bemoan dall timed. Dull
t-.y ate and ever will so long as this
csJ.tnn of affairs continue to exist
i3ro hs provided us with everything
t-it t- ads to make c country great, a
r oils prosperous aad happy if we will
b-tuti.;ze it Until we do we cannot
L poftr bettor times.
It is reported in this city, that Tuosoa
is t.k.ug particular paina to misrepre
Paenix and tho entire Salt River
XJL-y. It don't seein natural, but our
ic' raiaut is reliable. Gazette.
J n, to say the least, you have been
n formed. The people of Tucson
kw. ttviir had bat the best of feeling
t- r th people of tbe Sslt River valley
jinJr.j ioo in tbeir prperity. Fur
thermore, they have sever let r.n oppor
i nity pa? to Fey a good word in their
ffevr. Much Zulick on the brain, John,
Lu'b made thee mad.
Tun bounty scalp law has nearly benk
rapiad the ierrilory of Montana. The
Ij;..-.jtare last winter authorized r.
b tity of ten cent? f jr prairie dogs and
f cuts for ground squirrels, and to
is. ' tbe territory has pai 1 for 098.871
?r -iU d squirrels aad 143.70S nruirie dogs,
0 x lo'al over fetti.uw. Abo Act Had
t-.a -s.ed all the raoaey i : too treasury
& 1 aus running the lerntory rapidly in
w Lt. The Governor, with the perrnip-.:-
the President, oail?tl a sptcial
1 : . j 1 1 r. peal the law. Tha Aaeeai
d.j ia favor f thj lv and tho
.a il against it. Only at the lest no
a . M a rapesl secured.
TUCSON, PDIA COUNTY', ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1887.
' ne of the abaurditie'? of our much
I t r 1 "t quel rights Ivrtoro the law,"
ciae np in San Diego n few days since.
M-s. C"hm W. Foltz, editor of the San
I). ? I?.e. and well known for her obil
i'j and 'c.?a! attainments, wis reaently
:ati Assistant District Attorney
' lk "ty nd conuty of San Diego.
I' a fli -seat to bap. worn in it was
- c Vl ri .1 that inasmuch as ehe was a
r,fh- was not eligible to theofBoe
I rr telaws of Califorcio, the bligi
t ,ity cf a woman does not reach beyond
ti t'astet ship of n public school. The
f hteniaeEt of tho nineteenth cen
'i.'y that i lacea ihe ballot in the hands
tl tL- ignorant foreigner and decia
t-a' rgLt to our own enlightened wo-2-
a caa be improved on.
Ice verdict is the same all over tho
c a.trj Wherever the boom has struck
1 ' a atiribnted to the local pa
I' "3 tL-ah the pitronige liberally be
! 'i 1 oa them by tha people. Bus-i-
-3 rr.en, who. to enva from S10 to $15
P ryoar, send to some oheap printing
in I'ao oast, for job work, and then
won- r wLy their local papers do not
? ' :at editions equal to tho New York
H-ridd. Tho Los Angeles Uerald, a
P-P?r that has done mora to help along
'-e Vaai of the towuia which it it pub
' "1 1 .ac tho cheap climate and high
lf " J lasds. hna the following on the
-:t 'The Ventnrn Free Pre6s com-t-as
thnt hardly a tenth of tha business
r- a of that place advertise in its col
, and were it not for the support rc
J fr.ai nbroad the paper could not
(1t And yet it striken us that Ventura
"i.-ej a considerable sum of money late
5 ftsnro a puff in a San Francisco pnb
' nation. This is the sheerest of folly.
The k;rae paper is tho one that mu6t en--re
the heat and burdens of the flay,
63 it accomplishes a hundred fold more
Jir the bailding up of a place than all tho
pheaicral hand-bills, oirculars, pamnh
,et3 aai outside newspaper write-ups
M tjgethcr. L&t the Ventura people
to&o a note of this and be wise in time;
f they have patronage to beslow they
tad better put it where it will do the
GavEitKon Zhlick through his jour
nni, me u&zette, ia abasing General
Miles on the proposed transfer proposi
tion of a bunch of Indians from San Car
los to tho Verde Military ltesotvation
We believe with Governor Zulick, that
tho better way to do would be to remove
the San Carlos Indians root and branch,
from Arizoun, and we farther believe
General ililes is of tha same opinion.
But. as was once before said by the Cjt
izex, it that oauuot be done, then lot us
oocept the next best thing ia a division
of the Apaobe forces. This we believe
can be done without injury to the peo
ple of Northern Arizona, The removal
of these Indians wil intarfere with the
S'ghts of no one, as they are to be locat
.Yam i:...i.. . 1 1. ii i- ...
" cmucij i'u u iuo iimus oi me uni
tary reservation. Tho ringing in of
'Central Arizona" by the Gazette, cuts
no figure as the day has long since gone
by when ApaoLca could affect their in
terests. Their very numbers guarantee
their immunity from the vknifo of the
hostile Indian. Not so the people of
southern and southeastern Arizona
Apart from town centers, nothiue can
bo ab3olutely ot.fe so long as the San
Ctrlos rtservation carries itaueual stock
A division of this tttacding menace, with
our northern neighbors, may be consid
ered a fair deal. But the tribes that
Miles purposes to locato on the Verde
are tho most peaceably inclined of all
the Apache horde, and can be held in
cowering subjection by the explosion of
proclamation or two among them.
With the best of feeling in the world
tuwardi citizens resident in the northern
tiercf countief, we still believe that
if General Miles policy bo carried out it
will work no harm to them snd much
good to olherri.
The Mexican people are intensely
patriotic, perhaps not more so than tho
Americans, but they celebrate the re
turn of the day of their declaratioa of
independence with a much greater zest
than i manifested by ourselves. The
Fourth of July is recognized as a Na
tional holiday, a day wherein wo have,
or should have, much cause tor rejoio-
lag, bat ia Tucson it is usually kept
with greater solemnity than tho Sab
bath. On the last Fourth instead ot be
ing rovercd with bunting not n pablio
bailding iu thi-j city showed the color?
of tli3 country. The very Ohiaamcn
were more externally patriotic than the
Amerisans, it the firing ot gans, ezplo-
riion of bombs and the rip-rap of fire-
nakera be indicttion thereof. In this
respect the Mexicaa peopia of this city
differ muoh from tho A mericacs, for with
each return of their national day their
ecthui!sm in commemoration thereof,
ries to a nigaer pitcb, ana the day is
celebrated on h more magnificent scale
than ihe oae previous. The procession
aDdivremoniea of to-day bespeak well
for tiie Mexican people, citizens and
frieu-lj ot Mexico, for so long as the
fires of patriotism bur a on tbe altars of
oar si-ter republic, so long will the
blood-t'ought rights of her freemen be
secure. These yearly occurring uemon
strntious aro invaluable lessons to the
growing generations. They hear re
told iho glorious deeds of the heroes ot
old who-battled almost hopelessly, in
behalf of liberty afd eqn&l rights before
the law. to all men. It for nothing else
than thi3, tho cause is well worthy of
If 0. A. faxo, a Minnesota cnpitilist,
is to ba believed, tho big boom of tbe
country is to taie place in the city of
Duluth. He says: ' Marina my five
week's pilgrimage I visited all tbe prin
cipal money centers in the East, at any
rate such of them as are located in tbe
Dominion of Canada, in the provinces ot
Ontario and Qaebeo and the States of
Illinois, Wisconsin. Ohio. Indiana, Penn
sylvania, New York, Vermont, New
Hampshire. Connneoticut, Massachu
setts, New Jersey, Delaware and Dis
trict of Columbia. Duluth sicmrd a
household word everj where, and is at
present the cynosure of all the eyes of
capital. In numerous interviews held
with bankers, brokers and capitalists in
thu principal cities I found an existiug
contidenco ia tho srreat future of Duluth
that would put to shame many nDuluth
Ian. Very many ot these men intend
making heavy investments this fall and
whiter. Many more are exceedingly
anxious to lean money on Duluth
securities, and all declared they had
watohed Duluth 'for years, and firmly
believed that here was to be the
grostest city of tho whole Northwest.
No enterprise comes to Duluth that
these people do not hear o it, and in
tense interest was taken in the late
movement looking townrd the securing
of railroads and proper terminalc In
nearly every brokor's office I found a
map of Duluth and in not one Biagle in
stance was a word said in criticism.
Eastern confidence in Duluth is posi
tively unlimited. I found no anuimer
resort to compare with Duluth, it she
only had n summer hotel. Everywhere
we fairly roasted, except a day or two in
New York City and up in tha Green
mountains I am better satisfied with
Duluth than ever aad don't think I shall
be idiot enough again to try a pleasure
trip m the summer time outside of her
oan tuAsoiaoo, September 15.
The republican state central oommiito
to day adopted resolutions of respeot to
mo memory or the late Governor Bart-
riio Young Men's Institute adopled
siixmur resolutions and decided to at
tend the funeral iu a bad.
New Yore. Sentember 15 Thn 1W
lesuere ot this city propose to take action
on behalf ot the cundemmed anarchists
in the shape of a meeting at whioh all
wno tymphtnize with the principles of
the anarchists will be disavowed, while
the obaraater ot the evidence upon whioh
they were convicted will be denounced.
San Fhakcsco. September 15 -George
'iiua hoii oiucr seamen on ooaru scal
ing bchooner Bon Jose have Jibdlled the
vessel m tbe United States District
Uourt. Ihe nine heameu were shipped
for aaaling voyage, tho arrangement
being that they were each to receive oo
nix'y fifth of the total catch. The vessel
mnde a catch valued at S11.CS7. While
she was in northern waters he was over
hauled by revenue cuttor Richard Bush
and confiscated. On Monday San .los-e
arrived in port and her crew was dis
charged unpaid, each seaman's share to
the amount ot S 179.3 and they alleged
they shipped in good faith, with no in
tention of violating any law.
Ban Feascisco, September 15.
A dispatch from London to-day fitoten
that the British Bark. L.zzie Cradle,
which left Newcastle. N. S. W.. March
5tu for San Oiego has been given up
Sax FnANciaco. 8entember 15. Thn
bedy of the late Governor Bartleit was
lying in state to-day in charge of a
guard of hon'r from Company 1, Third
Kvgicaenc. Thu remains ot the dead
governor under a canopy of black and
wrtvitig pinmea were viewed by thou
sands. Xo-night at 10 o'clock the hall
was closed but will be open to morrow
from 7 to 930 a. in. to permit visitors
from the interior to sea the remains ot
the governor. Business will be practi
cally impended in this city to-morrow.
The president ot the Board ot Trade
has requested all places ot business to
be closed from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m.
The committee of arrangements for
tba funeral sent out a large number of
invitations to the civic and military or
ganizations to take part in the morning
General Diamond received a commun
ication from Colonel Shatter, command
ing the 1st Infantry, U. S. A., accepting
the invitation to parade in the funeral
proo-ssion. General O. O. Howard bImd
accented bu invitation on behalf of him
self i.ud ati.fT and said in addition that
nil of tbe United States troops that
oouiJ be spared about tbe military posts
would participate ia tho funeral ser
vice. Oi. airman English, of the obsequies
committee, has forwarded invitations to
senators and members of tho aembly
to n.e-: nt fionetr hall and attend the
futieHl as representatives of thu legisla
ture. All foreign consuls in th city
havo accepted invitations to attend tbe
obsequies. Among the largo number ot
civic Mo:etits which will tse part ia
the procession are the Native Sons of tbe
'old-iii West, United Workmen, IMd fel
lows und veternn firemen of this city
aad -Sow lork.
Parents Take Notice.
A primary school will open in Buell'a
Addition on Monday September 26th,
By order Bonrd Trnstees No 1.
H. D, Ukderwcod, Clerk.
San Fbaxcisoo, September 1G. Tbe
state funeral ot tho lata Governor Wash
ington Bartlett today, was probably
the most impressive und remarkable in
the history ot the state. At ou early
hour groat numbers ot people as.-om bled
in the vicinity of Pioneer Hall, and when
the doors wero opened hundreds avail
ed themselrea of a last opportunity to
look upon tbe face ol the departed
Governor. Too day was practically re
garded as a holiday and no public busi
ness of any kind was transacted. Banks
wer closed as were also federal and state
courts. The chief mourners, aud inti
mato friends, army and navy officers,
and specially invited guests assembled
at Pioneer Hall at 10 o'clock, and pro
ceeded to Trinity church, where tbe
body was removed and serviceo com
menced at il. Tbe decorations at tbe
oburoh were of ample character. The
chancel railings were draped with bunt
ing, which was ciujiit with fnneral
knots of white, and on tbe nltar and
rail faint outlines of smilax seen. The
simplicity observed in tbe decoration of
the church was in accordance with tho
wifhosottha family. Tbe ceremonies
consisted ot the regular Episcopalian
service for tha burial of tbe dead, and
were conduoted by Rev. Hr. Beers in a
very impressive manner. The mu-uc,
vocal and instrumental, wi 1 furnished
by local talent.
At tbe conolnsion ot the ser rices iu t
ohnroh tho funeral procession proocedel
at once to the cemetery. The divisions,
etzbt in number, rested nn all streets
in the vicinity ot the churoh. In tho
first division wero tho U. S. troops in
command of Col. W. li. 8hifttr. Tl a
Second Brigade ot Nat onal Guard were
under command of Col. J. tl Dicken
pon. The funeral cortege followed the
military. In the second division were
Governor Waterman aud Iiieut Gov.
S M. White, followed by the army,
navy, federal and state oQioers. The
other divisions wero composed of civic
societies. Both fides of tha street along
the line ot march were orowded with
thousands of people. At Buchanan
street the escorting column with the ex
ception of tbe speciol esoort, wheeled
int i line' and presented armi to the f u
norul cortege. Tho presion arrived at
the cemetery soon nfter 2 o'clock nnd
tho body was immediately placed in tbe
FiTTsucno, Pa., September IC A cir
onlar has been iesused by tho coke work
ers ordering all men to strike on Mon
day next. This is owing to the alleged
failure ot several coke firms to carry out
their agreement. Eight thousand men
will be thrown out.
PiuijiDELpniA, SeplC-Tbo aeoond days
oelebrotion of the continental centen
nial, was us grand ft euoorss as yester
day. The day was bright and clear nnd
hero were half a million strangers m
the city. Thirty thousand soldiers with
Gen. Sneridan at their head, passed m
review before President Cleveland. A
reception was tendered President Cleve
land this morning, by the Commercial
Exchange. Tha 1're.itaens wa
rflceived and after making a speech.
shook hands with
-LiOndon-, iSoptember 16 Parlinmen
was prorogued to-day.
xoiik, Septomber 16 Tha Am
encan yachts Volunteer and Maylbwor
maneu on anoiLer trial race tnw fore
noon. Tiia w:ud blew 25 mile an hour.
The Volunteer crossed tho line three
minutta ahead ot the Maj flower, a jd
"i-i'u ie.:u uy c mile.
aew Orleans, Stpleniber 16 A fire
in tbe Broctrv store of Dnmininlt AT.
Messina this morning, burned to death
Messina, his wife and fourchildr j. who
were in the upper Btory aud shut off
Hemiosillo, September 15 The city
b bcantituljy illuminated tnis evening
uau most every house has sota decor
Hon. The Grand Plaz is thronged
witti people. At 11 o'olock tbo Gnto
win be read. Festivities will ho con
tfsned throughout the night. Mexican
Independence 'Day will ha observed
with great spiendor both here aad at
xbere will bono session ot tha sto;V
b-jsrd to-morrow on acoonnt of the f n-
cornl of Governor Battlett,
Nr.w York, September 15 The stock
holders of thu Northern Psoitis railroad
this afternoon voted for a new toird of
directors for tho enduing year. Tho
ineeliag adjourned after tbe vote until
to-morrow, pending an official count
The following was tbe only ticket in the
ti jld and wa; undoubtedly eleoted:
August Itelmout. Irank Billing?. J.
V Brockman, Ben P. Henry. Robi-rt
Harris. Brsyton Ives. Thoraaa F. Oskes.
CW B. Wright, Henry Vtlhrd. 11. H.
Abbott. Chas. Li Colly. Colgate Hoyt.
and John B, Trevor.
Mnny heavy stockholders were prrns-
out. Prominent among thnm was Hen
ry Villard, who voted on SSO.0O-) shares
of t-tock. Tbe vote it believed to be tb-j
largest in tho history ot tbo oompany.
all tho tnombers of
St Pacl. September 15. The Su
preme Legion of Select Knights, A, O,
U. W. elected officers to-day at follow.
George B. Reed l'opeka S. G, Charles
IJnbat, Pittabur?. a. V. U , George w.
Howard, Pcri. 111., S.T. C. R. E. Hill.
Baffilo N. Y., Supremo Recorder;
SeiwerSbeen. Syracuse, Treasurer; E.
M. .Reading, Sacramento, Suprmo
Standard Bearer, J. H. Comfort, St Paul.
S.iprerae Senior Workman ; A. H. .Tohn
fctj. Noble. Supreme Junior Workman:
F. Lecgagcr, St Louis, Supremo Guard;
E L Gillis N. Y. City. Supremo Trustee.
WiiiiiisoTos, O. September 10. Sen
ator John Sherman delivered hfc first
speech in the Ohio campaign, before a
largo andienco at the Fair Grounds this
afternoon. Referring to tha olaims ot
ti;a politioal journals who are protesting
against both the Natl-nul parties, and
notably tha Prohibiition and Ltbar
organizations, be said that while by tbeir
zeal they often cumpel attention to just
measures and reform, they nsnsliy suc
ceed only iu defeating ihe pnr'y not in
sy:nputby with them. This has been tbe
effect, and still is tbe tendency of tb.i
Prohibition party. Regarding thn Labor
party he said that ittbero is any just aud
pr iCtical measure ot public noltcy that j
will end to advance tbe interests of
labcr, the Republican pnrty is now, nnd !
ha j been ready nod willing to adop' it. I
San Fiiaxcisco, doptetnber 10 Wra
Pie loach, one of tbo chief mauibtilntors
of the recen tly col hps id wheat deal, Iiai
filed with the cointy recorder a fall
stnte ot bis liabilities and as-etn. Amai.g
tl.H creditors wbo loaued Dresbach the
following era well seenred by wneut
which, if eold at freent prices, would
cover tho claims: C. H. Kauffman. S100.
000; Charles I- S-.w. S3S6.CJ0; Staub.t
Co.. operators, 75 CJ0; Charles k Red,
S050.000, Abb .L Harrat, 8300.000;
Stone & Co.,Sia.n3; London. Paris &
American Bair, SH0.000; Baldman
Girvin, 3231,000. Fodowing this is u
list of wheat oiuractti whereby Drs
back agreed to receive 3S0.000 of wht
from various parties ct prioti ranging
from 31.75 per cental to 2 p-r ctntai,
tbe preeut price uow being 2 1 25 the
amount dnu on these are iu dilute.
Tue moat startling exhibit i- ia tne
ani-j'int of money, owing tbo Nevaua
Bnak ou pnmissary note. The atate-mtots-Lows
directly S55.CO. He has obtiinrd from
the bank S6,000,0!)0 on a guarantee
uifen by Charles F. Iteed, so that be
reeehvd from the bank in various way
fully S8.500.CC3. Mr. Heed, who appear
a-, a guarantee for tbia enormous turn,
is a farmer of Yolo conoty in this state
and owns a large trnct of land thre.
How ho satisfied thn Nevada Bmk h
not related. Mrs. Paran Stevens of
New York ia his sister nnd he hca other
wealthy relatives. In the list of assets
is fiven a statement of 57 vessels bound
for Liverpool with 595.C0D quartara of
whijh Dresbach drew upon tan oonsign
era ot this wheat in Enulaud for more
than the present value ot tbe cargoes
and assets theroforo sn of no vsluc.
Among other assets are S273 -16 of money
on band. There is also a book account
nf SI.793.000 owing Ut Drsslnoh bv
Johof ton, Beach Co., of Eazlaud, b'H
thn amount will not be more than enlii-
cieat to cver losses Hustained by tai
firm oa advances made to cover Icwes
on vrboat iu Europe. on account of Die -
Inch. Henry Oonbrougb, of Ijomion. is
bI&t mentioned as owing $712,1 00. but
tho estimated valu of aennut for the
sirro reason Btateu in oae ot .irunpi'-n
Heaoh .fe Co. Thero are vartona ottier
London account- ot lees mngnitudo iut
iHmaod valneless. John Risenfld if
alto qmted as owing 3107,000. He wa
it partner witn urouocu nnu huh rp
raents his fhnre of lr3 on joint Re
counts. Tho summary shows m follow-:
Jiloney borrowed on what and secured
i Sl.P55.O0O. owing to Nevada Bar.fc
tho bank. Ssnator Fair recently sold
bis South Picifio railroad to the South
ern Paoifio Company, and U supposed to
have been wII equipped financially to
iBKB jae controlling interest in tha bank.
James G. Fair.of tbo Nevada bank. was
seen ibis aftornoan. Ho astd that under
uim tus bank would be conduoted in
a much more conservative mauner, and
in faot nothing but the strictest banking
u-usintsi would bo undertaken.
"OtherB mnf go ia for speculation ae
much aa they pleoe." said be. "but the
nana bas no business to do ao.
W hat was th trnnhlA thnn nt lht
"They got out of tho line. I sunDoFe."
was tna aenator nnmnii acswur. "Thi'v
um not need mv nelo. but 1 snnnose
thev did net havp ta round nieces in
abui.dauco that they ought to have
Dal not the bank sneouMo in the
wheat deal to a very conKiderablo ex
' Isupposeit is ao seoret thnt they
were overloading on whe-it nnd that
fnmb were running out-faster thi.u tiur
cjni-i Hunrd or expected they would,"
Sax Ikancisoo. September 16 "te
ship Lingdale. which foils on Fri.U
for Liverpool, carries what is pr ibi.bly
tuo most valuable general cargo that
bas left this port for Fear. Ti esti
mated value of the cargo is S500( X cod
it onanists altogether of Califorui-i pro
ducts. Canned fruit, canned nilmoc,
psnrl pell, eucalyptus otl.il' horc.
cotton, borax, wool, grape branj. winf.
cd tii-iAgno r.n: mint-swecitag' sr.- iu-
clu lt-d in the ccrgn.
Sax rnANTiiiC. Ssr.temb.'.- lfi. -"I
hv- in'ormatiou." Kiid a Imiim. j til-
nmd tr:ni man to-day, "thit Wi.'k hi
been q'-.itly commmo d iu thr U-jio
pr-'R. in K-a county, oa tho un :1
Sari c'iaai' S 'o nod S in Joiqutri Y . -
raiU-i". I cu-iaot te'l yen ?-.. ..
the prj"ftt is baek-tl by tbe A'obi uo
Topelti. and S-tcta Fe, but I : m -nt:f!tie-t
tLe road will be btuli and wuut I am i-l!-
iag joa i based on ray ucqajin'sre.)
w::,i tiie men interested ia riio -j"rrat-.
To-jrt th rtt lon-t two moa in tt-e ounj-
puny wli.i c .n build a linoon t-.ei- own
aecnn if they wwheJ to. Oas of ILts
is r::uo'b Puicv"
It will cj3t $d,0TO,0O0 to grade, Uy
track, tunnel and bridge tbo whole route
from Rogers to Antioch. The road will
bo n paying investment ns it will have
ou either sido of it a neb undeveloped
territory of from 15 to 20 miles.
Maetsville' Soptpmbsr 16. Defec
tive Hume has been investigating the
case of the robbery of 3615 from Welis,
Fargo & Co,s safe which occurred four
wrekR since at which time clerk E. C
Gassa way said tbe safe hid been robbed
by masked men wbo had knocked him
down. Tbe detective found a number of
suspicions cirsumstano-a, nnd
lir- o-. No porfqnwas bur. The
Atlontii ia"ji3c railroad and V-I;a,
FBroe exp: e. a ompai.j o-.'t r ?1C00 each
for tbe arrest ar.d coaviotioa x.t tbs roti-
None Capatitr -Aiiuot l'erpetunl SprlDc.
Some would be wit after passing
through Arizon. with the flippancy
s. .:iwsw.-BslH.r '1..-Govern- proverbial to there wbo piss judgment
r l, vt-ituaP nv.t,. Secretary lior- without investigation, pnascd his annoy
o in, ,t j.v: .wt.;,nj fbout 8 ance into a atory of a man dying in
ocloci tojk pw essi. n t.leiCI-ein tha
Cp:tol and t t!rr-d npi-n th eUcharge
ot um it i.-n- , ii tirstortici.I Hj'petnt'
DJOrtr-' rrOuVrlt'O'.WtH' t.t tjol-
P'.irf J. u Mf tt brothe- rf lfc iiepar:eJ
'. r i . ix rf Koui i i t'.f frttt.. ?mi-
v-.- j to fill tliH ncexpir-d teim of
wi. i.j'..!n-e, dev'raed, thn nest-ap-
poitj'taea; taat tioyercor Uairrman
mado was that of Hon. Edwin Parier of
ban Dtegp, to ofhco of Supremo .Tndce
of S in Diego conaty vice, J. J. Works
enrvayor. The Gnvernor will m'ik nn
inrtSer important oppointmtn's for
fonu time. To-day he is buy rnr'.ing
notary public and land patent c mmi--
Phi tA.vDEX.rHiA. Sontember 17. R"r
Admiral J. 1. Manisan Mulanev. U. H.
IN., 1 1 ted r.t Urynman, Pu, aged 70.
Los ANGEtEa. September 17 lo the
caw of Tom Gnrmlee, writ of hbea
was board to-day. Tha judge refuted
to i;-snt tha release and the prisoner
wag rmandeil to tbe custody of thi
B for.? davliaht this morning tho c-ft-
as.,- b I niriof to J. fintlsahnrd cnu ht
ti f Tr-tin a lamp nnd was totally des
trof 1 with it contents. Tho owner wa3
m :-t and his uife took their three
chii irea nod jumped from the window
bsrf-.y escaping with their lives. A tine
library was burned and the loss will
r.erh .4.1,000. There was no insurance.
Dcanix, September 17 Mandeville,
wi!i was charged with violaiine the
C.-ima s act at tho same time O'Brien's
uffocso was committed, has been orrest-
El Paso, Septomber 17 General D.
. Stanley, commanding tbe department
oi iexas, witu headquarters at San An-
toir.o, arrived to-day to make an msDeo-
tion of Fort Bliss, located two miles np
the Rio Grande from bete, and it is un
derstood upon his recommendation the
for: will be moved five miles up the riv
er :u.d changed into a ten company
Anzonr, going to Hades and sending
back for his blankets. With that grip
Arizona has passed into current history
aa the hottest and most uncomfortable
portion of the United States, yet to no
part of the country could sucn a repu
tation be more unjust In no part of
tbe United States cau be fouad more
pleasant days or more delightful nights
than in Southern or Central Arizona
during eight months iu tha year, and
daring the other tour months the heat
is more endurable and much easier to
accommodate tha norson to than the
summer heat ot any ether region. Peo
ple outside of Arizona seem to be ut
terly oblivious to tho fact that ia one
day of pure atmosphere a much greater
degree of heat it iJdute bao ia tho
east, that in fact ws are, delicioutdy com
fortable with tho tbemometer standing
at a reading which in the east means
many sunstrokes and muoh physical
suffering. They have suffered more beat
in a July day iu Chicago with lb
thermometer at 80 degiees than we hav
hera in Phenix when it stood at 100.
By tho growth of the grass, tress and
sbrabbery surrounding ua wo are grad
ually tempering these excesivo snm
mer heats, aud rendering still more hu-
dnrabla the worst miiiths we experi
ence. Bnt when we aro having our
most delicious woather the people of tho
east are housed up from tha bittering
frost and howling blizzards then preva
lent. While they aro contending against
those inconveniencea we are enjjying
months nnd months of weather such oh
with them amuse tha joyful aong ot the
lark and attunes tbe lyre of their spring
poet. And here we bavo go muchot
su-h weather that it :a not sntllciently
uuujual to inspiro the mase of a single
Ed Paho. September 17 Tho 8. P.
psfsenger traiu dne here at 10 o'olock
this morning from the east, ran into a
'Sij-nout near Bierra iilanca junotion.
engtur aua several cars wero badly dam-
aged, but ao lives were lost.
jli.js ANuriiEs. nepiemoer it At a
fi-iai meeting ot the board of trade
to- day, resolutions were adopted favor-
ng tho project of a standard gauge rail
i. from Slnft T.nlrn filv in T na A
tinaily ..i, ... i.t..
cnargeji uassaway wiin tos upii. so -ng ia Cli:r)ltiK out the plans propos-
.... ,u u. iu uiuu uc nucK-, b preifcctora at aa
could not have oenrred
Gassaway H.outly maintained inno
cence, but left this morniug for San
Frsnci-co, where he made a confession
and paid pnrt ot tho money bnck, proa:
isiag to mako good thn rest i'i a feu
days. Gasaway is hut 22 years old, aad
his characier up to the present timx Libs
al Whys been the beft.
PH1L.13HPUIA, Sept. 17. To Iat
Jay of tnt o-. Utvuu-ttl opetit'd e!-. -r. oool
nr.d t righ, and the streets were tu-.rly
tbrojgod with pt.o:!t of nil nation. The
suod u Iud'prailfBco Sqnarn in tbe
renruf tieo'd lll;oneil :irl!, with a
seating capacity of ten tbouani d hi-d
Imeu filled tor hours bt the titup of opsa
iiii'. At tbe 'rout of the rtar.d wus eu-p-.u.leJ
t pbotograrhic cupy ot Ihe orii
tbe I- ft Mde of
: Salt Lake.
'if AitYaviLiiE. Cel., September
fire htarleJ-m the Union Lumber Go's
jardi in tbe heart of the oity, at one
o'clock this morning. Tbe deparcment
restiouded to the alarm, but their ef
forts wb:u of littie avail, and in a short
limn the iargo lumber pile, H. Brown's
residence. Oilman's red hou-e, a large
numoer of storee, and the greater por-
tia of tho water works wero on fire. At
230 p. m.. tbe fire was under control
bnt tbe total Iojs will reach half a mil
Tha fire was checked about 4 o'clock.
Litf r calculations show the loss to be
a?fcut one hundred end fifty thousand
dollars A qaarier of a block occupied
by the Union Lumber Co.. and U.
Brcwii'a resideccd, corner of G and 4th
streits, was entirely consumed. The
tire then crossed mm ihe Union Ln ra
mi -ooHtitu::oB. LuC at
tho stand hd a gauut old bib-bf-ek i her var.l to tbo rear of a building in
v Uo'Mge hhine.on j Maiden Lan
eh&ir, icnupiel bv
a? ;-est.sing c nicer of tbe Uongr.'iw
wbu-b M.inpt-il tat coastituUon. TIk
Mantn bnn.l discoursed xuntuo for hnf
an hour and iw thouiund c)iili!:ons:a
pi.tnotie airs wbieii ev ! rouads .f
Lane, and all buildings north
or tho Odd Fellows' bnilding to the wa
ter iV'-rka bnilding, were completely
d-troyed. The main bnilding ot the
water worse and three tanks
t'rom which tha city reo-tved its
water, were destroyed. The engine
The Junta Patriotica exercisea at Ca-
rillo's Garden Friday, were a grand
success, lne stage bad been tastefully
decorated with the American and Mexi
can colors, and was occupied by tbe
ohoir, president ot the day. the different
officers and the youag Iadiea who occu
pied the allegorical car. After tbe rer-
dering ot the national hymn by the
band, President of tbe Day M- G. Sam
aniego introduced Sc nor Carlos Y. Yt-
lasoo. who made a very stirriug speeob.
and judging from tbe applause, was well
received. The nest sperker was Col. J.
A. Zabriskie, who Usliven d a most ex
cellent discourse in English, and con
vinced the audience that he was perfect
ly familiar wiib his soljf ot. The bal
ance of the programme consisted of
speeches aad recitations by venous gen
tlemen and music both instrumental
and vocal, tho ruo?t prominent among
the latter being Schubert'H Serenade,
bp Miss M. ilittmger. accompanied by
Mr?. Ainsa, and th National hymn by
various loung ladies. Tha railroad
cornet band flurarisf-d everyone and is a
grertt ncquiition to tne city. About
nine o'clock, those who en ted to danco
repaired to tbe ball and tripped tha
light fantastic until a lute hour. Thu
best of order and good feeling prevailed
throughout the eniri overling, aud re-
flecta muoh credit upon the committee
Mierlir Mulienuu aad 1'arty otf Tor lli
W. J. Malvenon, Dopution Tackett.
Button ad S. J. Snllivau left Prescott
Saturday last bound tor tha nssastna
tion ground iu Tonto Basin. They may
ba joined at erde by one or more men.
The sheriff, we presume, goes to arrest
certain persous provided he shall find
tbem. Tbe shooting ground must be iu
the neighborhood of 120 or 150 miles
Hon. John A. Kh-mob, m prwulent '.f . :b cow DUinpiuir water direct into the
tbe ConstittitirtBhl Cn-r,ninl Oomm'e-I mains, and tha water suonlv is all rinht.
sunt, after tha hymn bad been reidroti ! The fire was undoubtedly tho work oflenstof Preseott, We have cot been
. . - ! . I io.- -l i.ri. :l
oy t ia cnorn1, r" to thbm wte inr -ilnotoiy
sddretp. There was grr.t a?
plun.Hj w Si. Kifen beifan with the
norre, " Ihe nj object thw eel- brnt:in
hHPb'Cii to demfin-itfl anil quofc:n
tbe n-vrnfe aud Jv, of Aweri Hu p.o
ple of hit -rW- f r th nati. nnl to; f !i
tutmti." Up o.nnluded wih tb
wttH, "May the d,wn of the vc. oJ
c itefnil '-ar he elbtftiHl with ia-rri-'.'l
ffivur, hihI i.nr stnlo tr'.ia
plfii-th as tb octurifri toll oo. j-'or-ver
.;ve the onrtstitution aad ttw Un
ion." Washmoton, Sept. 17 Another water
faunnf i" ujhih tl gren'-er portion of 'ha
cit--, HHtinCii by n break in the wt'-r
mai'i H.i' incruiu which Hn;i,ji,w r li
thf uortbucn art of tbe oity. Tha
break ic th" ui't scrion one whkh htw
DaiiuguE, In., Soptem'ier 10 A hor-ri-J
accident on tbeC. M. & St. Paul
railway, two miles north of this cty,
took pla-Mi early this morning. The
north and south bauud ps-enger trains
coJiiled, at full xpeed. Fivo persons
wen- killed outright, and many others
CitMttcio, Sent. 19. Wheat, cosh, 07-1!-!!?;
O Ji. t ii-18. Corn, co;b. Oct.41.
Nkw York, Sept. 19. The stesmers
Oaampacne, Alaska and Germanic
brought 31,384,000 m gold to this jwrt.
New Yoke, Sept. 19 Mcncy 5i6.
Bar silver 'Jii.
3li!ery After Hating.
yet ocarre-l ud it is 'eurod to north-, I avoided by dyspeptics who, guided
ern prt of the eity will b without j hy the recorded expsrienceof thousands,
w-.Ut for noma !; to com?. J txgia aad systematically pursue a course
Sax Fkuwimjk S-pl. 17-Th Vet- "e'ter'a Stomach Bitters. Pcr-er-n
Firt-meu'e Aoomii-.a of NhWI mt nW in be use of tbishighly nccred-
Yok. Dirr.ded here thia morcirg. He
sidt-a tho Now York firrm-'a, th- exempt
firt-men of thw city, and tbo Manhat
tan, and Riaoon otuianies wer in the
line nt march. Tbe exempt firnticn will
cive tin Visitors a btnqnet at the PifCe
Il'.tel fhii evening 'I he V'ttior intend
to lenvfc for tho eas to-morrow.
Ch!C.i- !4eolea'ier 17 M the elo"
wl:e.;t ot-b 117',: Oct. OS'.; Com aash
S x FnAXfisco, Sopteair 17 Mayor
Vend to-lay received a letr from Pres
iii nt Cleveland, in reply to the tuvita
tr.n YeoeU'lv s?Dl to mm tWi Kirs,
2u.Loo-.WU, losses on mu.r ww. CWeiand to extend their wtern trip
Tha pre-iuent sprisB
loss.'B on enrcoes en route S5.'15,000, oth
er bwsei 5203,000, making n total iu
detednps3 of more than seven million
five hundred thousand dollars, whioh w
practically nnseonreil nnd which h eup-i
posed to npproximatily represent the!
loss in h great deal. Taken ss a wholo
the exhibit is regarded as one of tho
most remarkable in the history of spec
ulation in thin oonntry. and ia acceptfd
as r. coufefsion of neceMty or changes
which occurred three days ago iu due
tory ot tbe Nevada Bank.
Sax Fiuxcijo. September 14
Great prominence is given hera by the
ooal newspapers to the ehmges an
nounced iu the director of the Nevada
Bank, According to the published ac
counts tbo change was the natural out
come ot tbo recent big wheat deal. Sen
p.tnr Fir retired from the bank several
yetrs ago acd the business relations be
tween him and Msckay nnd Flood were
not nf tha most cordial nature. The
nrpsant disagreement, however, was
healed a few days ago, and negotiations
were entered into for Fair's return to
to this city.
lib. KDL-reciation of Ihe iivitstion, but
decline ou the ground that tha -faort
tic for the fulnl'in-ut of other similar
eDt-agsmenU :s all be cau da7ate to tbe
Nrtv York, ept'mber 17 The streets
wero flooded to-day with naarchit cir
culars denouncing the Chicago nutori
tierf and tha lllinoi- supreme e.-nrt.
Circulars ire prii.tel ii Eo. l;-h uad
German, A mas mee'irg i '!ed for
Mnnd.iv vr:ir!g, St preuiber lU.b, at tbe
Cooper Institute t" protst.
Dkxver. C;l, Sjpteruber 17. The
PEssrncur trnri na tb AtHotie x Pae.-
lie r.iilron 1 ?omio:r awt s stopped at
Nnvai.i t.uk. abo'it th'ea miles frem
Navajo stv. m. Ariz. to-dy by five
mnsltHd c.r,i Sm firci t-vi tmI shots nt
the enziner. rirraita sod the brnteaipn
They tvar-l -w theepn" er.vi ro-.'-eil
tho si-fe. " b;h -tl CTP-ein-! sr, nil
money, bit- '-key awl wt inif'ro with
the pa-sacr Tiaj risen rn muted
their horses aad rodo olT u a Huthe:ly
lied xtnnihehif, is the sole and agreeable
o-!i-U;:nn of tho estiro removal of tbo
ob.-tii nte forms rf df epaia. In con
nexion with the use of th:s specifie.it
ii desirable to avoid articles of food
individual experience bus shown to be
difficult of. diction, by tbo staunch
fought to be benofitted. Ench dypep
i.o's pr-st observation of hia diiieative
othcity sconid enable him to be bis
&a guido and mentor ic thi pnrticu
lnr. not trutiDsr to auy eet of dietetic
rulea too general to be suited to particu
lar cases. iiuiousness, cons:uaiion,
henrtbnra, wind upon tha st"mach,our
eruetcttons. hesdaclio and mental des
pondenoy, aro among u coccomitnnts
of dy iicpaio, aad we put it to flight by
tuo ' Iters.
there siaoe lt'io, at which tiraa it was a
red or Indian abemng ground.
Mulvenoa is yunm, stout, active and
brave, bis comrade will als.o do their
duty and should thare be fighting to bo
done they will "be "here"
This paper hopes the white heathen of
Tonto BftBin will now throw up the
sponge, come in acd go to Yuma or be
The Territory baa had enough of tbeir
deviltry and they must be sqnolched.
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