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PIICENIX. ARIZONA. SATURDAY MORNING. JULY U, 1892.
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Jr JUL A A vJl. J
Silver Committee Una
ble to Make a Report.
Not a Quorum of the
Aotfi?r Meeting Expected to
bo Held Today.
Data of tho Dedication of tho
W T'a's Fair Buildings Changed
Tom Oct. 12 to Oct. 21.
t,u'.Tos, July 8. Arsocintcd
i'r,, V motion tq suspend tho rules
imipi"" ilio lend oro bill wns ngreed
i, vtaa loo. nays 02. Tho bill pro-
,1.4 nut ores containing silver anil
n Inch tho eilver is greater in
t , .in tho lead, according to tho
., t, f and assay at tho port of entry,
, ' 'insidert'd as silver ores and
tx iv' 1 twin duty.
v.m.i t IHI Introduced n bill chan-
,, Lite ol tho dedication ot the
1 4 i r bdtldtnga from October 12
. ' i 21, and after a Btatement by
II in. 1 1 ulloin as to tho reasons for
nr mge tho bill passed.
nu . ieonof tho thirteen members
ir- fi er coinage committee woro
i. - i six being free silver and the
r, a i.g antis. The tree silver men,
gi in Militarily of tho committee,
I, - i up 'd a quorum when a vote was
i i. in motion to lay tho bill on the
av Tho anti free silver men do-
ito, thwarting any attempt
n final vote at this meeting.
v,i1(, moved that the bill bo rc-
-i I'm house with a recommit-
i ' b lai 1 on tho table. A voto
i and resulted nothing to nix,
ti'i f i'o eilver men declining tho
In. teo is still in session at 0:30,
i s.-t fur adjournment, and the
i- ,' iitca'ed. Another call has
I.- for 0 o'elock tomorrow.
n i:cltliic Klectlmi.
Tilly 8. This is tho stronghold
1 'irnellites and the election today
g as bitter and exciting as any
I .n Ireland. Martin Flavin is
nliy candidate and opposed to
)'.I well, tho choice of tho Par
Miri! after Paruell's death
i h resulted in Flavin's favor
fill atlons today are judged in
- v impartial spirit, that tho old
1 winch olocted i'arnoll timo
i n will defeat his representative
S nllli Knocks Out Duly.
r iw mo, July 8. Sol -smith,
i-'ei, defeated D.in Dily, of
n three rounds at the 1'acitic
ib tonight, for a $1250 purse.
i tho lead from the start and
1 1 round knocked Daly down
' .'-lander in tho face, draw-
1 ii'i-l dazing him to such an
' .' tie was unablo to como to
i U Both wero in excellent
Iimlit.d hihI .Stevenson,
tV -i v.n.N, July 8. The sob-coni-'
i Hie National Democratic noti-
" i' omuiitteo is expected hero to-
a' " all arrangements for tho
" with ex-President CUveland
pifectd. Itwillnlsobo defiu-
l " i i.iiuced when and where tho
"" ' 1 1 e l'ir tho vico-Presidcncy, Adlni
N ii ui, is to bo notified of the!
" '.I I'l.iU,
N' UK, July 8. This afternoon it
"r t'-Hcd by tho Cleveland women
"mitts wtio last week formed tho
tan, i, Cleveland Influence club no. 1,
'" ,r3nizi what they term a Nitional
Ii'li.n.i. Association. At the head of
"' 1 Marquise Lanza, the dnngliter
'' '' llniiimoiid, and Maiy Frot Orin
" I ist what success this new step
' I ii' remains to bo seen.
Why llu Killed llhn.
NlN' K...SA, Cal., July 8. Tho in-
1 ' ii the cuso of liyrne. who was
1 lus nephew becan today. Mrs.
1 ' '-tilied her husband had told
' " i' Ins nophew had killed n man
' '' '.'st and was a fugitive from jus-
"' I it was for revealing this bis
'' ''' "li'it him.
N 1 ii im isco, July 8. Sau Frnncis-
' I ' ngelo", 1.
.Irreat r ii Miirilwrer.
V Minmii.i.ij, Or., July 8. Charles i
' ' "i, iho murderer of Mamie Wnlsh,
war-old L'irl. nt Mihvnlll:i n two
'""ao, wns nrreteil this afternoon
.. ' ' ''u-'d in jail. Ho wns arrested in
' "aiein valley, twelve miles north-
" , ' here, by John T. Cnrter, con-
' ' ol Unit precinct, while leisurely
M k '.'nlongihu road.
" tll-i HI'l'I'UKT t I.KVKI.ANI.
1 illim.in of tlm Kmi.iis "Hkiiiii
criil" nut lor II irilaon.
T' ' m. Julv 8. Colonel W. I'. Tom
""". t ir ten'years editor of tho lOwi
j I'-inocrat, tho organ of the Kansas
I' re', today announced his with
''i from tho paper, giving ah iiiH
B u tho effnrU nf tlm iMmoeriltic
w"v to fuo with tho IVoplo's p-irty. J
i i ne Tomlinaon is nn able talker,
,j 'IMMIIilUII I.J WIW ll"V
' 'ig and vigorous writer, nnd wl
r,'itor support Iho llcpubllcnn sta
mid National ticket. Uo was for 11:11
for president and declines to support
Grovcr Clovelnnd. Ho bns written
Whitulnw Heid, tendering his services
to the party in tho pending enmpaign.
Shortage In ii llnuk Account MndoOootl
Dimmiuic, la., July 8. A strango case
of restitution occurred at tho Dubuque
County bank yesterday. On August 1,
1879, tho teller of the bank found his
accounts short $200. The bank ollicials
studied over tho matter vainly for some
timo, and tho Bhortago was charged to
protlt and loss. Yesterday a man
stopped into tho 'bank and paid tho
iuis3sing $200. Ho had been cominis
sioned to do so by tho heirs of tin old
and respected resident of the city who
died recently. With bis last breath ho
told his children to pny tho bank the
inonoy, which had boon pnid to him
through tho mistnko of a teller. Ho
said he could not face his Maker until
ho had made restitution.
oi:n. uuti.uk not intkkicstkh.
Tho Veteran Hotter linen Not Caro lluw
the Fight Cornea Out.
Washington, July 8. General 15. F.
Ilutler was at tho capitol todav. Ho is
looking better than ho has for two
years, and has considerable of his old
time snap yet. In response ton ques
tion concerning tho political situation
ho said :
"I am like the littlo boy playing in
the attic. I dori't care how hard it
rains. I do not care what tho result of
the content is. I take no interest m it,
and do not intend to take any."
Hangs Over tho Situation at
A Rumor That tho Plnkortona Will
Again Mako an Attompt Upon
tho Strikers' Stronghold.
HosiKhTEAi), renn., July 8. Asso
ciated Press. The situation is abso
lutely unchanged. There is nothing to
night indicating what tho next step
will be. 1'erhnps troops will be ordered
here, but no one can say. Tho sheriff
made another inetfcctual effort to obtain
admission for the deputy t.heriff to tho
works and to raise u posse in Home
stead. A proposition has been made to
the strikers that thoy permit tho deputy
sheriils to, peacefully enter the works
and assume charge. Tho proposition
was considered nt a meeting, but no
conclusion wna reached, though thero
was n general expression in favor of
nvcopting it and of submission to the
law and a recognition of the regularly
Tho men nro intensely suspicious nnd
fear tho introduction of tho deputies is
but a cloak for more important action.
That l'inkortons will follow deputies
and non-union men I'iukertons. lioth of
this later contingo-ies they wilt resist
to the uttmost.
Hnvcii't lime ICiiiiueli.
I'lTTsnuno, July 8. Sheriff McCleary
this morning called the roll of the
names of 500 citizens, summoned to
eerve as n ponse to no to Homcsiend.
Only twenty thrco responded for eevice,
all of whom nro prominent business nnd
professional men. Tho sheriff announ
ced that as they were unarmed anil he
hail uo arms togivo them, thero was uo
use going to Homestead, nnd therefore
ho would excuse them for tho timo
being. He intended to go himself,
however. When ho gets thero tho
strikers will usk him somo questions,
among them, whether, as reported, ho
is responsible for the appearance of tho
I'inkertons. There is n rumor In Home
stead that from forty to sixty cars are
being equipped at Cincinnati and Limn
in which I'inkertons are to bo sent here.
Iiivf'ftttciithtg tho rinUertont.
WAHin.NoroN, July 8. The committee
of tho houso appointed to investigate
thu trouble at Homestead and tho em
ployment of I'inkertons, will proceed to
that place next week and begin its
Athletics In n Tliriiter.
On one oc. asion during Mrs. Lnngtry's
tenancy of tho St. Jnuic.V theater, ath
letic hports wero held on tho stngo ufter
tho evening performance, in which not
only tho members of tho company, but
nlso Mrs. Lnngtry and her sister took
part. Ono rather novel event, which
wus confined to tho stngo hands, waa,n
raco from the stngo to tho gallery, in tho
center of which Mrs. Langtry's hand
kerchief bad beon suspended. This wns
awarded to tho fortunato winner, to
gether with n substantial monetary ad
dition. London Tit-Bits.
.Snake, 'lliat Cllnih Trwu.
Thoso pit vipers without rattles which
belong to tho Old World (Trimcresuri)
nro Indian, nnd n dozen different species
nro given and described by Mr. Doulen-..-
Tii,.t. nr.i rnliimt Kiinkfrt. with rnther
short tnil-", which can strongly grasp,
nmi thus thev nro enabled toclimbabout
trees which form their natural habitat.
rcrfuiiim Siniii'tlinrs Injurious.
Aa n rulo whatever perfmno is un
plensant to tho iiulividii.il should bo
avoided, but nfl exceptions occur to
every rule, nervouenesa or debility
which cannot be accounted for may
sometimes 1s explained by tho iiho of a
well known pel itiuio. St. Louis Globe
Democrat. A Cliiirnilnc Trihutc.
"Parwi," Kiid a little girl who had
beon getting a great many satisfactory
answers to a gre.it many questions,
"whnt's tho u.o of our having n dic
tionary hi tho houso whiloyou nro here?''
In a Fashionable Balti
A Mysterious Man and
Woman Take poison.
Thoir Dlstortod Bodios Found
a Few Hours Later.
Clows Woro Found Which May Pos
sibly Lead to tho Discovery
of their Identity.
Baltimohe, July 8. Two horribly
contorted dead bodies woro found in
room No. 215 at tho Carrollton hotel
this afternoon. They wero thoso of a
in in nnd woman who arrived at tho
hotel Juno 21 and registered as Mr. and
Mrs. Fred St. Cloud of New York.
The room was frightfully disordered,
and quantities of rouh on rats, lauda
num and morphia were found. The
woman had been dead three or more
hours, while the man had just expired
when tho bodies .vcro discovered.
Chief Cleik Kelly sent St. Cloud's
bill to his room and was promised u
settlement today. Tho bill was again
presented today and nt 4 o'clock a bell
boy found tho door and transom locked
and biltcd. Ueceiving no reuly to re
peated calls, tho door was burst open.
No letters nor money wero found
among tho scattered effects of the sui
cides. Empty wine bottles and half
burned cigarettes wero found in abun
dance, and death had paid tho bill.
A discnargo pipsr, dated Chester,
England, June 25, 1800, stated that
Frederick S Cloud had served a limi
ted time in the Grenadier guards and
that he was born in Middlesex county,
near London, in 18u8.
Tho best duo to tho woman's iden
tity was found in n book inscribed :
"Irene M. Story, from her papa, Dan
bury, Conn." Somo handkerchiefs
wero also found marked Mrs. S. W.
IT 1VII.I, NOT l!i: W1I1TNKY.
ha) t !In "Will Not bo Chnlriititli or the
New YoitK, July 8. Krer ainca tho
nomination of ex-i'rcsldent Cleveland
by the National Democratic convention
of Chicago, tho question has been who
would bo tho chairman of the Demo
cratic National committee. It lias been
generally conceded that, in view of the
generalship of ex-secretary of the Navy
William O'. Whitney, in cementing tiio
warring fnctions and sccurina the nom
nation for his friend, Mr. Cleveland, he
would bo tho lwst man for the place.
Nothing has been said on the subject by
.Mr Whitney until this morning. Mr.
Whitnoy was asked: "Will you accept
the chairmanship of tho National com
mittee, Mr. Whitney?"
"No iiir,uot umlernny circumstances,"
waitiio ox-socretary's positive reply.
"I a ill not have any official connection
with either the National committeoor
the National executive committee.
Naturally I take tho greatest interest in
everything concerning tho campaign,
and shall do everything in my power to
further tho interests of the Democratic
"It has been stated, Mr. Whitney,
that you gavo out the idea until two
weeks before the Chicago convention
that you were against Cleveland's nom
ination." " That is not true. I favored the nom
ination of Mr. Cleveland. Thero was
no deception possible, nor could any
one have misunderstood my position.
I hnvo beon for Cleveland all the timo."
"Can Mr. Cleveland carry Now
"Yes," said Mr. Whitney, "that ia all
the nnswer that is necessary. I do not
know win) will bo chairman, hut I
think tho host man is Dr. Harrity, of
l'eniiHylvania," added Air. Whitney.
A IIXTTI.K WITH IIANIIIT.S.
A Kohbory Jn Mexico Kmiilt In Tun
GaiA'cbTo.v, Tex., July 8. Tho News'
Kaglo 1'iibh special says: J. K. Garner,
bookkeeper for the Santa Hosa Smelt
ing company, left llaratoni station on
the Mexican International at 3:30
o'clock yesterday afternoon with $3,000
in Mexican coin, to go to Santa Hosa.
Ho was in n hack and had a negro
driver. Three miles from Santa Hosa
ho wns attacked by n band of seven
rubber, nnd n lively bntMe ensued.
During the fight tho negro and one of
the bandits were killed. Mr. Garner
used his Winchester and succeeded in
killing one of thu bandits Ho received
a wound, but escaped to Santa Hosa,
got up a posse ot citizens, returned to
tho scene of the conflict, where tho
dead negro nnd the bandit wero found.
Tho robbcrii had secured tho money
nnd disappeared. They hud cut off Urn
uoso of their dead comrade nnd bad
othcnvit-o mutilated diis face so as to
mndo it unrecognizable.
An American miner was killed under
similnr circumstances near tho tamo
spot three years ago.
MKT II Y MKltKST ACCIDKNT.
Itrotlicm Who Thou jht Kicli Ottier llofiil
far Fourteen Years.
Sr Louis, Mo., July 8. Charles Rob
erts, of Chicago, and T. W. Roberts, of
St. Louis, left hero this morning for
Cincinnati together to claim an estate
left them by their father, lhey aio
brother, ami met two days ago for tho
first time, utter a separation of fourteen
veaiH. Each bolieveil the other to be
T. W. Hoborts wns a pnssencer on a
trnin coming to St. Louis on tho Jack
sonville and Southeastern railroad.
Charles was tho engineer of the train.
Thev aw each other by the merest ac
cident and mutual rccogni ion was fol
lowed by an affectiouate greeting.
Then Charles told his brother of their
father's death, nnd imparted tho infor
mation that there was $7,000 to be
divided between them. This they ex
pect toiret when they reacli Cincinnati
ami establish their identity.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
W. E. l'apo and wife were in the city
Mr. David Heed, of San Diego, was in
Thomas Davis, of kenilworth, was in
tho city yesterday.
For campaign buttons nnd badges,
sec Alex. HbeinBteiu.v
W. J. Kingsbury of Tempe, was in
tho city yesterday on legal business.
On account of the mountain rains tho
l'rescott stage arrived Into yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. A Hedewill will leave
for California nex Monday to spend tho
Mrs. II. Locan left last night with
li,or children for Coronado lleach, to bo
gono six weeks.
Col. Byler, who has been in the city
for several days, roturned to Frog Tank
A regular meeting of tho Cleveland
club of Maiicopa county will bo held at
the city hall tonight.
Among the guests at tho Mills yester
day wero Alex McKay of Tucson, and
W. J. White of Tempe.
L. B. Gabbert and It. 11. Dorris start
this evening for a three weeks overland
trip to Flagstaff nnd return.
Tho brick work on J. J. Gardner's
new mill has been completed and work
on tho roof has been commenced.
Among tho visitors to Phoenix who
arrived in tho mornini! tram yesterday,
woro S. S. Parker and Kichard Pearn.
Goldberg Bros, yenterdiy sent out
eight mon by stage to Gila Bend to work
on the canal. Tho contingent goes to
Crawley & Marsh, contractors.
Tho Phienix people aro promised that
trains will be running into the capital
city in ono year from this month over
tho Phienix & Preecott road. Tomb
Mrs W. B. Lount leit last evening to
spend tho summer with her parents
near Kansas City Mo. Her husband
went with hor as far as Maricopa and
will return this morning.
Tho building formerly occupied by
Frako's livery establishment lias been
fitted up by tho ownnr, Jns. T. Boyd,
for a livery stable. The business will
be conducted by the old-time liveryman,
I'otxl of filmnlo Diet.
Tho Astor Ilonfo has among Its regu
lar patromi of the lunch counter hi tho
rotunda ouo gentleman who for n period
of ten years, summer and winter, has
scarcely varied bis diet for his noonday
IIo is a till, athletic man, nlwnys well
dressed nnd nppears to bo, if not
wealthy, n man 19 oxcellent circum
stances. It must bo from choico then
and not jecuninry reasons that each day
in tho year ho orders regularly a bowl of
milk and n plate of crackers, nnd con
cludes tho repast with n chocolato eclair
in winter nnd n dish of berries in bum
mer. The gentleman for fully 11 half score
of ycara ha3 not nltered this order.
Whether lie is interested in a dairy and
desires to popularize a milk diet no ono
seems to know. That the food agrees
with him is cvidontfrom Ids appearance,
and a inero glance only is conclusivo
ovidenco that ho most thoroughly en
joys tho refreshing repast. Nov York
Area uml I'opulutlim of tho World.
Tho data given in "Dio Bevolkerung
der Erdo" show that tho area of tho
world is C2,U99,431 square miles nnd tho
population 1,470,729,151, an nvcrago of
twenty-eight to the sqrnro mile. Raven
stein's revised estimato for 1890 gives
tho area nt 51,250,800, tho populatio nt
1,407,920,000, and twenty-nine to .ho
square mile, nnd estimates tho inc- nso
of tho world's population in a cade
(ie80-00) nt 8 per cent.
In computations of this kind several
totals, particularly in Asia nnd Africa,
hnvo to bo obtained by estimate. It is
quito possible that tho total population
reaches moro nearly 1,500,000,000 than
tho figures given. In nny event tho lat
ter in round numbers nro moro practical
and easier to remember. Chicago Trib
une Moving SiiikI ltltlx.
In tho arid lands of central Asia tho
nir is reported as often laden with fino
detritus, which drifts liko snow nround
conspicuous' objects and tends to bury
them in a dustdrif t. Even when thero
is no apparent wind tho air is described
as thick with fino dust, nnd a yellow
sediment covers everything. In IChotan
this dust sometimes so obsenros tho sun
that at midday 0110 cannot bco to read
fino print without n lamp. Tho tales of
tho overwhelming of travelers by sand
storms in Saraha aro familiar to every
schoolboy. Goldthwaito's Geographical
Influent o of SiiperHtltloii.
When wo stop to think, wo wonder
how real tho billy superstitions, in which
nobody behoves, nro in their Influence
upon our actions. Wo hesitato to b-tart
on a journey on Friday; wo walk out in
tho mud rather than go under n ladder,
wo don't givo knives or sharp instru
ments to our friends, and we don't do a
hundred tilings that wo might, all be
cause, though wo are not superstitious,
wo would rather not do what suggests
anything disagreeable. Harper's Bazar.
Gyiy Kupcrntltlou About Wllchea.
Thoso people who suffer from a witcli
fall into a kind of lycanthropy. They
aro characterized by a pale, sunken
countenance, hollow, mournful eyes,
swollen lips and flabby, lislleM nrms.
At night they often change themselves '
1 1. 1 ... .....1 ,1h .....- t.rtv.i. T.n.,o. !
iniO WUIItS Huuu(;ii-m.iiajui, nJff-
formed into dogs, they must accompany
tho witches 011 their nightly forays.
Fon Sale Somo largo horses at Ida
ho cqrral ; also a number of small ones.
Asked for Geo. Rood,
Slayer of Jas. Farreil.
A Petition to be Present
ed to Gov. Murphy.
Numerously Sighed by Citizens
An Outline of the Causes of Far
roll's Killing and the Mis
fortunes of His Slayer.
Many readers of The Rei-uhuoan aro
familiar.with tho circumetanees of tho
killing of James Farroll by Georuo
Rood, and Rood's subsequent trial,
conviction of manslaughter and im
prisonment. Thero wero strong, ex
tenuating circumstances and thu action
of the jury in finding him guilty waH
due to helplessness to do anything elte,
rather than to a wieh to mako Rood nn
Ho has had from tho first many sym
pathizers in Pima county whero the
killing occurred, and theto persons aro
exhibiting their sympathy by tho cii
dilation of n petition for his pardon.
Tho petition is as follows and outlines
tho cause of the murder, tho trial,
Rood's character and misfortunes. It
is as follows and has been signed by
To the Governor:
Ueorge IV. KkjiI was convlctcil of man
nUuctiterbyajiiry lu l'lma county, the jur)
0dlng to their verdict a recommeuJatlou ol
mercy, tor kllliiik-onu Jumua Farreil
The evidence iliowcd that Kood hail valuable
mines lu Bonora; that ha was without mime)
and worked his mines a part ot tho time alone,
that he conveyed the mines to Farreil, uklnc
an agrtcmeut back ihat when Fnrrell nad told
the mines one-fourth of the purchase money
shoulu be paid Kood for tho mines. Farreil
sold the mines for a very larRO sum and then
refuted to give Kord anything;, claiming that
the agreement so in do, having been made In
Sonora and not being stamped, wan void. In
the altercation following the last refusal to
gtvo Kood anything, Kood shot and killed Fur
Kood Is an old resident of Arizona, lie, his
character and Ills life here, are well known to
the signers of this paper. His dlrtlculty with
Farreil was the first one he ever tmd In his life.
No man in thecoutry was moro pe'coful, con
Idcrato. patient and forglvinc than" he ha
ever shown himself to be. No man worked
htnlcr, lived moro temperately, paid his debts
more promptly.or was kinder than he IIo is
now nearly CI years of age. OnHccountof his
cxtiumn age, his long incarceration lu JU, the
pntlrn lots of all his hopes of a fortune from
hi mines, to which lie hd gtvcu vesrs o( toll,
sell denial, and for which he had faced hard
hlp and dangers, and on account of the ex
trcme anxieties of his trial, he is now a broken
old man, with but a little time left to live
In view of these facts, and of the extreme
condi ct of Farreil ihat compelled Kood to do
the thing ho did, we earnestly emr, at your Ex
cellency to pardon him.
A Repuiilican reporter called on
Governor Murphy yesterday and learned
that the petition had not yet reached
him nor had bis attention been in any
way called to the case.
TIIK LAW LIllICAIir.
Tlm Only Thine N Nrcilril la More
Extcnsivo improvements are being
made in the Territorial law library at
the city hail. Nearly every available
inch of space is now filled with shelves
creaking beneath the weight of valuable
legal works, and tho flood of books con
tinues unabated. Two more (.helves
reaching from tho floor to the ceiling
wero completed yesterday and still
there is not room for the books which
have accumulated within tho last few
It is doubtful if a moro complete law
library muy bo found in any of tho
states. Full lists of nil state reports,
all works of referenco containing n
complete history of tiio practico of law
from the earliest times may bo found iii
tho library. Thero are, of course, larger
law libraries but none moro valuable to
tho lawyer. Thero certainly is in no
other town in the United States, of les
than 70,000 such an aggregation of
Tho Alleged Kuibezrler Square llliu
.elf With (libsiiu.
Geo. Chetwood, who had been nrrested
at Tempo night before last by telegraph,
was brought to tho city early thiH morn
ing and was put in jail, lie was later
taken befoio Justice Huson whero ho
wasjeonfronted by his late partner E. L.
Gibson, who had secured his arrest on
a charge of embezzlement.
During the night Mr. Gibon's accu
sation had lost considerable force. He
admitted that it was b.ised 011 thocir-
cuinstanco that ho and Chotwood owed
n third party $80 nnd Unit he lind be
lieved that Chetwood intended to quit
tho country and allow the entire weight
of the debt to rest on him. Chetwood
said that ho intended to go to Marico
pa, possibly to Gila Bend, but bud ex
pected to ietiian in a few days. Theie
seemed 10 bo no doubt of tho truth of
his story. Ho put up his portion of the
paitncrship debt, anil on hia payment
of the costH tho charge ucaiust him was
withdrawn. The late pritoner exhibi
ted considerable soreness at this unex
pected move of his partner and broke
into a fit of weepini: at the disgrace
which had been brought upon him.
TIIK CAS A UltANDIS KUIN.S
Included In it KrMTintloii l'or 1'rotpc
tltin. TTnilnr flirt il.ltrt nf .TllllA 9'J. ontint?
upon tho recommendation of Secretary
Noble, President Harrison declared a
tract ot land comprising 480 acres in
cluding the old Casa Grande ruin", to
be n reservation. The reservation is
inade for tho purpose of protecting the
rm:s nnd the Caa Grande htiildlm:,
and 11 will be under tho control of the
Bureau oi L'thnology of tho Smithso
1 ml Inn Agents, Take Kntlce.
Among thoEO who resrrel the occur
renceB.oftbo Fourth is O. S. Fcolt, of
IvPllnor'a store. Mr. Scott put in acon
tiderablo part of theday at tho swim
ming baths, and becamo terribly sun-
burned. His left arm is badly swollen
and his shoulders nnd taoe indicate. Ihat
Mr. Scott has escaped from tho Mari
copa reservation. This explanation is
niBile for the enlightenment of Indian
YKVTKUDAY WITH THK KKCOIUIKK.
ltesuiiio of the IlUHlnfMS Transacted by
That County Otliclal.
Tne following instruments were en
tered for record yesterday:
Jason W. Strewell nnd wife to Addio
Perkins, wnrranty deed to lots 1 , 2 and
3, block 10, Capitol addition; ?37f.
Addie Perkins and husband to Susan
F. Parker, deed for above described
C. G. Liimington, assignee to C. II.
C. Orme, deed to lot 2, block 2, Collins
Same to Samuel Brown and Grecn
shaw, a parcel of ground in block 7,
w., Tempe; $100.
P. L. Kay and wifo to J. L. Maddox.
deed to nw Vt of sw " of sec. 211, tp. 2
11, r 20; fSUO.
I.A1I) TO ItKST.
Kcpulcliml ami Fraternal Ultra I'er
formed. The funeral of Newell HerricK took
place yesterday afternoon nt 5 :30 from
his Into residence, corner of Cortez and
Jefferson streets. A larce concourse of
friends and neighbors of the daad nnd
bereaved family followed the remains to
tne cemetery, iho cortege was pre
ceded bv members of Phienix lodgo No.
2, 1.O. O. F., and Arizona lodge No. 2,
F. uml A. M. Tho body was laid to
rest amid the beautiful nnd impressive
ceremonies of the Masonic order.
When lie Orti Sober.
W. II. Johnson became the victim of
overstimulation ycrterday mornini: and
added several tlegreea to the already
superheated atmoephere in the part of
the city wliero lie resides.
It is e.tid that .Mr. Johnson threatened
to anatomize Ida wife and do other un
pleasant and unreasonable things.
Anyhow li is wife notified the police nnd
Mr. Johnson wns locked up. Ho was
not able yesterday to prei-ent liimself
with a proper degree of dignity before a
court of justice, so lie was locked up
and submitted to the renovating in
fluences of time.
LOUD AND LURID
Bo tho Trades Display
A Description of the Armament
Regalia and Line of March Fifty
Active Boys Wanted.
Those who fail to see the wheelbar
row procession this afternoon will miss
something which they will afterward
regret. Everything is now ready. The
uniform of Mr. Tom Halligau who made
an unfortunate guess on the result of
The Rki'L'ulicis's piano contest, is
done and waiting for him. The eccen
tricity of Mr. Halligan's new clothes
has already been described. The wheel
barrow is also done and it is such a
wheelbarrow as will never again be
seen this side of the grave. It might
bo taken for a freight car, but it isn't.
Its excessive tize nnd thoroughness is
thooutcoiuo of tho precaution of Gus
Ellis, who is afraid to ride in fragile
vehicles. The wheelbarrow's chief
beauty consists of tho bright carmine
paint which was put on ns a preserva
tive against tho ridicule of tho multi
tude. The sides and front givo tho nllYir tho
appearanco of a portable advertising
medium. The wheelbarrow will beon
cxhibitou today in front of the
Red Corner Store.
Tho brass band, to whoso music Mr.
Halligan will march, and will bead
tho display, has been practicing day and
night since .Monday.
Fifty boys aro wanted at tho Red
Corner this afternoon nt 4 :30, to astist
in tho obsequies nnd crry banners.
The procession will start from the
Red Corner nt 5 p. 111., sharp; will pro
ceed to the postorlice, thence to the
Mills Houso, thence to the Rod Corner.
Persons having horses of nervous tem
perments nro warned to remove them
from WasliinctOH and adjecent cfos
streets as the affair will certainly be
loud, lurid and terrifying.
a mini kickisi:.
A Itunawuy Horse Creates IStclttimeiit
on Cenetr Street.
A hortn belonging to Simeon Davis,
the well-known cattleman, became
frightened yesterday afternoon nnd
broke looso from his moorings
near the corner of Washing
ton nnd Center streets. The cart
attached to the nnimal was over
turned nnd tho heavens seemed filled
with pieces of straps nnd a buaey factory.
Tho horo hurried w-sf. on Washington
street and exhibited somo specimens of
high and fantastic kicking which would
have put to t-baine Millie, Price Pow
nn.I other eminent coryphees. Finally
ho got things loosened and kicked the
cart, harness and all toward tho north
ern city limits, nnd went out irito bo
ciety n free and uutrammeled horse.
Ho was at last corraled nnd an inventory
taken of tho ruins. It was found that
the cart was only slightly damaged and
that tho harness was unbroken. It had
been removed by a sort of slelnht-of-Ieg
Having obtained, about eighteen
months fince, for lalior performed, nn
interest in tho New River or King dam
site, situated alwut twenty miles north
and west of Phienix, and which loca
tion was duly recorded nccording to
law, Htitl which dam site was some
months since by one II. W. Eaton at
tempted to 1)0 transferred to the Rio
Verde CaipiI company, I hereby warn
all persons fram negotiating in any way,
shano or manner for paid dam site", as
J no Ittil title can he given to said prop
erty before satisfying my claim.
C J. Dver.
Ohas. W. Wilson Is prepared to make
choico farm loans. Money ready when
popers nro executed. Room 0 Monition
JUST A CHANCE
That Porter May Sur
vive His Wounds.
Septic Poisoning is the
Most Dreaded Foe.
His Miraculous Revival from
an Almost Dying State.
His Preparation for His Dying Dec
laration Believed to be tho
Beginning of His Recovery.
Thero is now a strong probability that
W. Wood Porter will recover from tho
effect of the pistol shot at tho hands of
Frank Kibbey. Mr.W. L. Pinney, accom
panied by Dr. Jones, returned yester
day morning from Florence. Mr.
Piney was seen last night by a Repuii
lican reporter, and said : "I went to
Florence on Tuesday in response to a
tslegrain which announced that Porter
was dying. When I got there I had
littlo hope of finding him still alive He.
was delirious and unablo to recognize,
nic. The next morning he knew me.
Tuesday morning about 4 o'clock
ho began to sink and Dr. Barry
was called. He believed that septic
fever had set in and though ho
did not regard the case as quite hope
less lie believed that death w.ib immi
nent and suggested to the wounded
man's friends the propriety of receiving
what in all likelihood would prove to
1)0 his dying declaration. Still it was
with some misgiving that he adminis
tered powerful stimulants to raise him.
When he wna able to talk he spoke
of the shooting and of the cause which
led to it. He declared that Mrs. Kib
bey was guiltless of nny wrong.
He said he did not expect to live until
night and bade his friends goodbye.
Beforo noon he sank away again ; was
roused just before midnight, when he
fell asleep and slept till morning, when
he was able to recognize me.
After this instead of sinking away as
had been expected when the effect of
the stimulants was removed he con
tinued to improve and this change was
regarded as almost miraculous by his
He continued to improve all day until
I left last night. The doctor believes
that his wonderful constitution and
abundance of muscular tissue will carry
him through. He Is able to take plenty
of liquid nourishment.
At present Dr. Barry says there is no
presence of septic poisoning and that is
ail that need now be feared. His
wounds are in a healthy condition. "J
Mr. S. M. Baily, who arrived in the
city yesterday morning from Tucson,
sai'd tli at ho had telegraphed from Casa
Grande nn inquiry as to the condition
of Porter. He received a. reply that the
wounded man was greatly improved and
that his friends were quite hopeful of
SCHOOL IIO.ltl MKKTINO.
Trarher Klerted Last Mgkt for the En
There was a meeting of tho school
board lest night at which Chairman
M. II. Williams, Clerk J. E. Walker
and W. D. Hamman were present.
It was decided to open the'lchools
September 15. Tho school year will
comprise eight months. The follow ing
teachers were elected; those marked
with a star were employed during the
J. M. Wollam, Principal. ...
7. Miss Alico King
fi. Miss May K. Oraham ... .
S. MUs Alice Shields
4. Win. Kadebnugh, Principal. .
.1, Miss Laura Dobhs
2. MIisJairle Michael"
1. Miss Mamie Uarllck
II rut Knit.
t. C. K. Meatley, Principal
3. MUs Grace I'erley
I. Miss Hester Mooney
Miss Elite Reed
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... 70 00
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. 75 00
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J 75 CO
I'KRHAI'S FATALLY IMJUHKO.
rho flecon.l and Mure Serious Chapter of
Simeon Davis, mention of whose acci
dent in a runaway yesterday afternoon
appears in another column was
seriously and perhaps fatally in
jured last night. After the damage had
been repaired he started to drivo to his
liume accompanied ny his sou, a
voune man eighteen years of age. Tho
journey was continued to seven miles
northeast ot riuenix wnen tne unruly
beast ngain began kicking nnd after
smashing the buggy, struck Mr. Davis
111 the lace cutting it liailly, alter wlucli
the occupants of the vehicle were
thrown out and the horse ran awny.
The loy reached tho eity at 8 o'clock
Inst evening having walked n part of tho
distance till a ranch was reached whero
he borrowed n horse nnd saddle. Ho
stated that Ins father was lying by the
roadside and wns insensible when ho
left him, A physician was summoned,
also a carriage procured and they re
turned for the injured man.
Work for All.
Men nnd teams nro wnnted to wJrk
on the Wolflcy canal at Gila Bend. For
further iuiorinatioti enquire at uom-
berg Hros., this city or at the works
near Gill Bend.
A l'h) siclan'a Gilt to llninanlt).
Weak men restored to perfect man,
hood by the Great Australian remedy,
ree. Aihiress, uox iH. son rnucisco-
Men and Teams Wanted.
Goldberg Bros, want seventy
five teams and 150 men lo
work on the Wolflcy canal,
apply at onco at their store.