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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN
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PIICENIX, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 1892.
Hold a Convention.
Congressmen and Elec
They uuniuuu nun mu iniuu-
ragua Canal Bo Oponod
llnntl tlf 1 ITrt ,.,A-M rtr.fr
I 11J 1 wwti ...W IlltWIUtllUI
0y tno Government of Internal
W iorways and Harbors.
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t, , Oil., July 20. Asso
- XI io Republican state
met here this afternoon fur
- ..i nominating presidential
neneral N. P. Chipman was
,H-rary chairman. But little
too afternoon session be-
.g a temporary organiza
. iiitinu tlit usual coinmii-
recess whs tnken till even-
l.-ntial electors at largo ro
ii by tho convention ' and
r congress are to bo nonii-
tiatriet conventions at Hie
. 1 1 tho exception of the
which will hold itu can-
Mota Cruz next Friday, mid
..strict, which held its con-
i irm committee was in session
Mi iifternoou and decided
ii .as to bo adopted. The
i bo short. It endorses the
t'forni, Harrison's admin-
, rlilio plan of forming colle-
, iiican clubs. Tho bono of
w it tho railroad plank, and
,' dub.ttc tho following was
am nartvof ( lillfnrnl.thAifLlwAtft
! jj utterlaldetelnprnoiuof IheiUW,
ui ' ' increased ftclllilcsof traui
j ri er and by rail wl'i conduct) to
, ninW from the genenl govern-
- -r v i lmplvilnii, unltT I'oror.imoul
i uunugua dual nuil n liberal
Iii-ci ' ino.iey ii improve o ir liar-
. i - v waterway, pieJzmz protec
. ., n null Instrumeiiiiilltloi exist-
,;o . oruino.e the welliare of the state.
T i i 'ini also urges tho ituinc
iiit im ,jti by th( United States son
fi '. liming bill now pending be
; v cui iv. The uliitforin was re
c i heeM and was unanimously
- were in no hurry to get
k alter a tame n'f.ernooti
In was 8 o'clock before tho
'i was called to order by Gen
Lin Tho committee on ere-
ir H ' pjrteil that there wire no
i- ieii n. i.i ti4 report was adopted.
T 'ii u ire ou permanent org-tnizn-t
.. s -rot bnPiiiHM reported anil
- . if 1 t!mt tho temporary of
L' i - i la p.-riuatiunt. Adopted.
i io!s of Merced, and .V. S.
1! - ' next nominated as electors
. . alternate elector were
. .t'tvl nnd then the convention
' -. from tho various district
'"xii of the Fourth did-
nijinj tliH afturunon and
1 i' O. Aloxaiidor for con-
i 4 froai tho Fifth contjress
mil thii nfternoou and ro-
'inuroisnnin Ku'ono F.
1,'rcJj. There wai no con
ges to tho Third conjiroas--i
i'l in't in tho 8iiircni3
i tiid iiomiii it.xl S. O. Ull-
Ituiatlon. The nauioi of
1 1 Uibjou wero withdrawn.
. avuuro was chosen elector
'i, with 1'. Huntington of
f'li: ll!S PKAUDS.
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' cuallunii .11 nil o AKlt
Inly '20. Tho most eeiiEB
iirnuglit in Minnesota for
io. n tiled by four prominent
MlIlwHter in tho United
' t court. In it es-S-enator
. n It, W.Uker of Minnapo
ikler of St. l'aul, nnd many
.ent men of tho iiorthwvMt
. twin conspiracy to geruen-
'! belon'iiiit to eoldiers'
" 'h to tho valao of nearly
' chained with ronbpirint;
.. IivkIuhIs entitled to enter
1-r Httctioa 2,::05, Kevircd
ttia over to tho wealthy
miiiied poweis of attorney
1 f of land previous to the
' a'd lands became subject
in recard Io adtnittini; to IiaII in a cane
where murder wiia churned, that ul
tlioiiifh bxil is not as a rulw allowed.
Hill it was a matter wlinllr within the
discretion of tho courts, As to tho ex
tradition of Andrew O.irnecie, General
Itutlcr said he could not eeo how a mun
could bo taken in n foreign country for
acta said to lmvo been dono in tliiu
country in his absence.
The KIkUIIi anil Ulupr ItrKlinrnts Onlrreil
IIOMUhTKAi). I'a.. Julv 20. fAceoclat.
cd Press. The Eighth ri;iiiient wax
ordered homo toilay. It is believed the
others will follow'until onlv two red-
nieiita are left.
Frick slent well last night nnd woke
refreshed with no dangerous symptoms.
Secretary Lovejoy said thiB morning
that a caole had been received from
Carne2io asking if his presonco was
needed. An answer was eent that it
was not and he will not como until Rent
for. Lovejoy nddod that nearly six
hundred men are nt work in tho Home
stead mills, turning out tlrst chisa work.
More will bo Bout there today.
A Deiully lllrthiluy Tart-.
VisvuA.Cal.. Julv 20. Antonio llri-
gada this morning "shot and mortally
woumlcil iMiitiftH iSebliua at Urmns
wood caniti, eight miles from Visalla.
A vny of Mexicans assembled at tho
camp lait night preparatory to the
celebration of a birthdav. " Whisky
How ed freely. Ilrigada uot a rifle and
shot Noblina without cause. After
Xeblinu was shot ho nulled a knlfo mid
cut Urignda severely in tho neck. Uri-
gailit was arrested and is in jail.
A fill I' riatry Urlmoi.
San FnvNcisco, July 20. Magale
Cumiuing', a fourteen-year-old girl,
was arrested yesterday on six charges
of araon was ordered sent to the Whit
tier reform school for thirty years by
Cnnmllaii IScrlproclty AppmiMl.
Wasiunoto.v, July 20. Tho president
approved tho act to enforce reciprocal
commercial relations between the
United States and Cinaihi.
THE SILVER MEN
Meet at Denver. Colo.
Thoy May Loavo Bath Partlo3 and
Join tho Pooplo3 Funoral
ure thousand acres of this
vriHlng tho heart of tho pine
Millo l.acs county, and valued
1 11.000,000, was dceiled to
' Walker. Frederick Weyer-
' Mi" WifcoiiFin lumber kinc,
'' other milllonairo luinbor-
' i n'ieotn, Wisconsin and Illi-
l'i. I'jiiiplnint was made aitaiust
. n irn'inn L'nmvn n4 t tin Miriairf-
'?!' H r Logging companv, and was
Es.il-iv ,iitiT. Jenks, Samuel Mc-
"" h ix.rt Coles and JtwiwMnlvey,
J)knvkii, Colo., July 20. Asso-cialeJ
Vtv. Tnu Stale Silver League of Col
orado in session here today for tho
purpose of determining what course
that orgnuizitlou rhall pursue in tho
coming s'nto and Natioal campaign.
The subject vnu hi ought upat the meet
ing of tho I.iMgue held in April, but it
was then decided to defer action until
after the conventions had hern held, and
.ho the platforms of the dill'erent p.irr
ue.s wins drawn tin.
Tho action of the K-'publlcan and
Deniocratic conventions in declaring
isaiiHt free coinage hat liad tho eircct
if, to a great extent, wiping out tno old
p.uty lines, nnd tho present gathering
will Imsuo a summons to all voters who
favor the restoration of tho white motal
:o join the ranks of tho Peoples party.
The convention is uiadu up of one
lelcgatoat hirtso from each silver club
ii the state and ono additional delegate
for every II fill memlwrs or fraction
thereof ubovo twenty-live.
(ion. Weaver arrived In tuis city this
iiornlng from St. Louis, where he has
been upending a few days at tho Nation
il headquarters of his party. Uen.
Weaver is accompanied by his running
mate, Uen. J. G. Field.
Culormlu Hilvr r.fiigiK".
Dknvkii, Col., July 20. A conven
tion of tho state silver league met ibis
morning, 5J0 delegates being present,
o nominate a Hate ticket and presiden
ial electors. Tho convention choso C.
I. Thompson a temporary chairman.
Committees were appointed and a recess
afcen till afternoon.
A Rumored Change
the Court Bench.
The Transfer of Judge
Kibbey to Prescott.
Tho Action of the Land Grant
In Rofuslnsr to Submit Tholr Claims
to tho Arbitration of tho Land
' Stillwater. Tliey linvo re-
Ruined quit claim (feeds direct
"uIiIiom originally tiHed to
Iiics county land, and will
otiberinen on the claim that
is wholly fradulent and void.
ICIavnl IIib Hcliolm.
-, III., Julv 20. Lf a ntler
wax arresfed last evening ou n
' riinlual libel, tho chariro be
'reil bv I'nrrv Utile, n llrush
0"l teacher. ' Houston alleged
"had kissed tho pretty girls
and kept them in at noon
purposes not exactly plain;
" suit. Houston hits given
"vpoes to bring suit fur false
"i"M, rl limine thero is noth
''! about the chargo of kits-
IW Sleniiiiir t.uiinctird.
.,'"" '"HIM, Julv 20. The new
I "'""iit cruiser Columbia, familiar
lhi? "" lll l'ifte, was laiinehed
Ciiptalii Diivo Hllvur.
Everybody who tool: a trip on the
Missouri a dozen or twenty years ago
remembers Captain Dave Silver, ono of
the handsonleirt men that ever guided
the destinies of thoao old timers. Cap
tain Silver is still alive ho is some
where in tho bouth, 1 think. Dnt wherr
ever he is, ho is still tho courtly, stately
(iguro that nseil to utand forward and
bow to the passengors leaving tho boat
nt Jefferson City, St. Joe, Omaha or
Kansas City Wcatport Landing it was
Ihcn. They Jill know young, handsome
Davo Silver they all liked to rido on
his boat. It was tho Lucas, ! think, ono
pf tho fastest that ever rodo tho river.
She wore tho champiou's deer horns on
tho pilot house for yoars.
It was hard on Captain Silver for all
of tho floating palaces to pass out of the
river forever, bnt ho had another mis
fortune. Ho had a brother. How he
loved hitnl They wero inseparable. One
day they wero standing near tho rail of
a big boat just as sho was pushing off.
Tho brother leanod forward u bit, the
rail broke, and before Captain Davo
could catch him tho man had fallen into
the water. The boat swung around at
that instant and poor Silver was dragged
under tho wheel.
'It's Joel" gabped Captain Dave. That
was all ho said. Ho had 6ecn his broth
er go under the vicious paddles, and he
fell into n partial fuipt. That was ono
or tho reasons that this tall, ImndRomo
man, with tho elegant manner and gray
hair and beard, left tho Missouri for tho
low banked streams of the far routh.
Detroit Free Press.
Tucson, Aru., July 20. Special.
There is a rumor on tho strcetB to the
olfect that thero is to be a change, in the
judges in tho territory, that Judge
Wells of the Proseott. district is going
to, or has resigned, that Judgo Kibhoy
of the Florence district will be trans
fered to Prescott, and that a Tucson
lawyer will bo appointed to tho va
cancy, Judgo C. W. Wright being
prominently mentioned for tho place.
How true this may bo I cannot say, but
if Judge Wells resigns, as has been
rumored elsowhere, tho other changes
may follow, as rumored.
Yvo have been having considerable
excitement down in Pima over tho
land grunt, suits. Tho people cannot
understand why tho graut claimants,
who were so loud in their wishes for the
establishment of a Ltnd Urant court
having special juris lie tion over this
class of cases, aru now so very averse
about going into the Land Grant court
with their cases. Neither can they un
derstand why they have rushed into
tho District court with such epeed, un
less it is to avoid going into the Land
Grant court, us tho District court hss
always been here, and they could have
gouo'into that court at any timu hereto
fore when they wero exhibiting so
much anxiety about tho establishment
of the Laud Grant court; but they did
not see lit to do so then, and it is only
of Into that such great anxiety to gel
into our DMrict court has been
evinced, iuetead of testing the titles
before a couit with power to go in per
son to Mexico, whero the original
recouls can bo inspected and all the
Haws in tho papers discovered, as was
the e.i'-o in the Algodones grant, which
tho court wiped out after a careful in
spection. This rather unusual sUluof
allairs has caused uneasiness and sus
picion, and tho settlers propose to ib
everything in their power to get these
cases before the Laud court instead ol
our District conn, and have them de
termined by a codrl particularly estab
lished to handle these peculiar cases.
If the claimants are honest in their oft
expressed desiro to have nothing but
tneir own, why should they resort to
other means than tho natural ones, us
people look at it, as tho Land court is
certainly the proper tribunal for the
cases, and was created with special
powers to meet the emergencies that
must of necessity arise In the careful
investigation of the knotty problems
connected with Arizona land grants.
Most, if not all of these grants that
the owners (litter themselves are "per
fect grants" within the meaning of the
law had ronditions precedent, which
in U0 ter cent of tho cases wero not
complied with, and they are not per
feet grants. Ho matter what excuses
they may have to offer lor the non
compliance of tho law the fsct remains
that continual possession did not occur,
and that a closo investigation into the
facts of tho cases, will disclose a most
shaky state of aliaira. If the claimants
aro willing to abide by a thorough ex
amination of their claims, the Land
Grant court is tho place for them to
bring their suits, and their present
coutsu is going to raise a howl such as
wo have not hoard in a long time, and
to which tho present muttering are
simply a prelude.
Candidates for tho county offices at
the fall election aro coining to the front
rapidlv, and it looks as though none of
the offices will bo vacant for want of
grd material to fill them. Tho lto
publican narty expects to have some
thing to say t'his fall abcut Ihe countv
offices, Bnd aro in good shape to Bay
that eomething effectively, unless some
unforeseen nonsense occurs before elec
tion, which is not probable. The Dem
ocrats expect? to mako points outot
the land grant cased, just how, remains
to bo seen, the KepuwicatiH to a man
aro vehemently opposed to any snap
judgmunt being arrived at by land
grant claimants, nnd will promptly re
pudiate any such moves. The owners
of these grants consist of rabid Dem
ocrats in many cases, who will move in
all directions to cet their enormous
claims through, and In some cases the
owners aro Republicans, but Demo
crats and Republicans alike want fair
play and aro bound to have it, whether
about twelve couple present and the
evening was spent pleasantly with
song, d:i nee nnd refreshments.
Mr. O. L. Ileckwith, tho popular Cop
per Queen surveyor, is a benedict, tho
bride, Miss Minnie E. Hill, Is a hand
some and accomplished votinc lady of
Tombstone. Tho ceremony was per
formed at the homo of the brido by
Itev.J.G. Pritchard of this city. Tho
happy couple will spend tho honey
moon in California and on their return
will occupy thefr pretty cottage on
Duncan street, this city.
Tho correspondent of tho ''Prospec
tor" brought uomo of BiabtVs young
people into unpleasant prominence dur
the week. An overllow of wit anil a
fondness for displaying it, in such in
stances can but earn the disapproval of
an intelligent public,
A very pleasant alTair was tho birth
day party of Miss Hughes which oc
curred on Friday evening, the 22d at
which time sho attained the ago of 19.
About a dozen friends were present,
and with refreshments and various
amusementB, the evening passed quick
ly and pleasantly.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
V. H. Taylor left yesterday morniug
J. Gauiley, of Denver was registered
at the Mills'yesterday.
J. O. Mansur, an old Dcadwood mi
ner, a'rrived in the city yesterday.
At the Commercial were, T. W. Price
of Kansas City, Willis Pike, t-'an Fran
cisco, J. P. On'stott, Yuba City, and J.
II. Cole, 81 Louis.
Mr. V J. Ilushley, tho efficient fore
man of The Republican composing
room, left last night Mr a month's visit
in Kansas and Missouri.
The funeral of Concepcio'i IJracatnon
le, took place yesterday from tho Ca
tholic church. The concourse was (ho
largest ever seen in the city.
The music furnished yesterday after
noon by the Club Filarmonico on the
occasion of tho funeral of Sefiorita Con
ception Ilracamantc was grand and im
pressive. The contract for tho construction of
tho Tempo high school building was
ycsterdny awarded to J. Butler for
$8,575 tho lowest of nino bids. Tho
highest was $11,505.
Agent Pauslln, of tho Fraser Chalmcr
company, of Chicago, the largest min
ing machinery house intho Unite IStates
left yrsterday for the Vulture where he
is encaged in putting in new machinery.
An unusually largo quantity of grain
was brought to tho cityyesterday. One
train of three wagons either of which
held nearly a carload was drawn by an
eleven-horso team, ono of tho horses
having fallon dead before reaching the
The Mining Report has been changed
Io its original form and has been re
stored t a monthly journal. The man
neement has recognized that a monthly
trnda paper is more valuable to tho nb
scribers engaged in the particular in
dustry to which it is devoted.
Ilemuiul of M. & 1. Olllccn.
The office in San Francisco of Mr, N.
K. Masten, President of tho Maricopa &
Phienix Railroad Co.. has been removed
to room 3, Crocker building.
A small hard back book about 5x0,
w ith list of bills. If returned to this of
fice the Under will be rewarded.
''iifrnl lluller'n Opinion.
i,T0S. July 20.-General Duller in
miii,. of the Homestead casce Bnid
An Old Slory.
Ho Havo you heard?
ilo Miss Spinster is going to bo mar
ried. 8ho Oh, yes, I'vo heard that over
since I can remember. Piclc-Mo-Up.
A Wei-U'a Happening In Bnclul anil Ittin
Bibiike, Aris., July 20. Correspon
dence. Mrs. Thos. Whitehead of San
Simon, is visiting the homo of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brown in
Mr. Jo Campbell of tho Copper
Queen office visited Tombstone (luring
tho week and attended theweddingol
Miss Barbara A. Brown, the pleasant
and competent cashier at the C. Q.
store, who has been taking a monitis
vacation, vieitiug friends throuehout
the territory, will return soon.
Dr. Sweet, who has been spending a
vacation of two montfis visiting friends
in New Yorkand other eastern cities.re
tuned on Wednesday laet.
The rerent rains'havo given tho hills
and valleys n covering of green which
rentiers tho scenery moro pleating to
the eve. Alreadj cattle are showing
the eirect of good pasture and ranchers
aro much encouraged.
Mr. Tom Devlne, ono of Bisbeo's so
ciety young men, cave n select ptfrty on
Wednesday evening last. There wero
A Lack of Interest or
Tendency to Delay
Shown by Phoenix and
In tho Matter of Preparation
for tho World's Fair.
How tho Work la Bolng Pushod In
Othor Localities Under Los 3
There seems to bo just now a lack ol
interest in world's fair matters by the
people of Phoenix and Arizona. There
is a natural impression that the fair is
a long way off and as much as is neces
sary may ha accomplished in a much
briefer time than now remains.
Tills is an error and the delay may
prove fatal to the hopes that Arizonans
ontertain of the display to bo made.
Other communities which have not
so much to show are already pushing
their preparations rapidly.
Thero is probably no other section of
the country which may derive so much
good. from a world's fair exhibit as Ari
zona and there is no other part of Art
zona which will ho eo thoroughly bene
fitted as the Salt River valley.
To show what interest is taken by
lees favored localities the following
from tho Los Angeles Times is given.
Mention is made of not only the work
of the committee as a whole, but also of
the individual cllorts ol prospective ex
hibitors. All that is being done at Los Angeles
can be done at Phcenix and much mote:
Tho names nt fifteen bee men wrro wnt In
yesterday to ttio I.o Ancelei eouii-j- world's (atr
commllto an preparlne an exhibit ol honey for
thin county's honey aiipiay.
Tlin Oaliiornla Km It Evuooratlnrnnd Manu
facttirlutr company ate preparing a handsome
cxhlbltof dried frutt.outof whlrh tuny will
make an arllstlo design In the horticultural
liulldtnK, which wilt add greatly to Ihe attract'
IvpnpHK nf California'! exhibit.
L. T. Uotch ol lltvera senda In to the Chamber
if Oointnerieaoample of Salt Lake alfalfa.
which looks moro like a younc peuivr tree than
alfalfa, that ho wlshei to exhibit, rhowlne what
effect the difference in (oil and climate lias on
tht particular kind of fodder.
lln, M. W. Foord of Olendale wishes to eon
Yltii-a tho committee that narel orancea ran be
exhibited during the month ol July at the
world' lair without any fear ol their iijcayinir.
To Knbstanltato her aiwrlion the rend In
peefmens of navel oranges which were Mken
from the trees yestenlar, whlrh were a solid as
If they were pulled In March.
Nicholas Cochems tends In branches of the
plmond trees loaded with the nuts that will be
put In the preservative fluid nd exhibited as
the products of Antelope vally.
N. H. Smith of Venture, wishing to exhibit
his Sparks mammoth apricot, sends In a case,
running three to the pound, that were put tip
tu the ljkcr proTis and stored away for tho
Thecommltteo Is rurplylnc lotion soc'-ato
the people thai intenn inaKiwrcxmous oi une'i
fruit. in o which the fruit will tw packed and
,itni.i.r1 lii m il utoraoe until next snrlnir. when
they will tw paeicd tn boxes running from one
aim a nan to inree aim uve uuuiiuscbi-ji. u.uu
which will be plao'il tho label of eRih donor,
giving his particular brand and locality.
Dr. Ancil Martin, diseaFeB eye, ear,
noso throat a specialty. Glasses fitted.
Knt nourishing Diet.
An old Scotch servant uttached to
the household of tho famous British
logician, Sir William Hamilton, was sv)
proud of his master's fnuio us if it had
been his own, and, having picked up n
few of Sir William's technical worda
nnd phrases, brought them into play on
every possible occabion.
One day a gentleman who waa fond
of drawing out old John for tho amuse
ment of tho company said to him, with
an engaging air:
"I suppose, John, now that you've
lived so long with such n great reasbner
as Sir William, you are quite able to
conduct an argument yourself?"
"Weel, 1 winnu say sao muckle as
that," replied tho old Scotchman, with
tho modesty of true genius, "tyit if I
canna conduct an airgymeut, I'm think
in 1 could draw an inference."
"Conld yon? Let us see, then? There's
an Eastern proverb, you know, nbout
tho wild ass snuffing up tho east wind.
Now what inferenco would you draw
For a moment old John looked non
plussed, as well he might, and then a
gleam of sly kuraor twinkled in tho cor
ner of his dark gray eye, nnd ho an
swered, with n grim chncklo:
"Aweel, tho inferenco that I wad
draw frpin that wad bo that ho might
snuff a lang timo before hs grow fat!"
David Ker in Harper's.
l'olly Saved tho Valuable.
Wo had moved into n newly built
house, which had all tho modern im
provements, tho electric boll being ono
It was a cold winter'sfcigkt. Mr. and
Mrs. J. wero traveling in Europo and
tho servants wore all gathered about tho
kitohcnflro. Polly was also near tho
firo, but ia tho dining room, which was
Sho used to seo our mistress ring tho
boll for the servants to enter, and, liko
a clover bird, studied on this for a long
On this night Polly was all alouo,
when suddenly tho door openod and
two men entered. Tho room being
dark they could not see the bird and
began searching for valuables, for they
Polly now proved her worth. Sho put
out her claw and pressed tho button of
tho electric bell.
It brought tho servants to tho diuing
room, where, after a short struggle, they
secured tho burglars, who were about to
mako way with much of tho valuable
silver iu tho dining room.
Pojly was "fed on dainties for some
timo as a reward for hor valuable as-eistariec.-Cor.
Now York Recorder.
street near Maricopa who is an inveter
Ills whistling whenever he waa an ska
became distracting to his neighbors who
sometimes wanted to sleep. . There
seemed to lie noway to suppress or
abate whistler until tho arrest of the
band boys. The next day complaint
was made to thecity marshal about the
whistler. Ho was waitcdupon informally
and requested to desist from whistling
at night. He has done so but declares
deprivation is cruel and unjust.
UonccrnlnK Hit, Archer Casr.
A few days since an nrticle unpeared
in Tits: Rm-phlican relating to an infor
tunate affair in which 'Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Archer wero concerned. The
statement was made after a careful in
vestigation that Mrs. Archer at tho
time of the occurrence was intoxicated.
This much of the article is emphatically
denied by both Mr. and Mrs. Archerand
their denial is supported by several of
their friends and neighbors.
Prof. Chas. O. Case and Miss Angle
Jackson were married last night at the
residence of Mr. M. M. Jackson, Monroe
street. Rev. Dr. Fuller officiating. The
contracting parties are well and favor
ably known in Phoenix. Tho groom is
ono of the foremost educators in Central
Atizona and is now engaged in teaching
Tho bride is the organist of tho M. E.
church, south, and was until recently e
member of The RKrum.iCAN forre.
The ceremony was wltriessed by only
a few select friends. Mr. and Mrs.
Case will probably take up their resi
dence at Prescott.
In the Case of the Taney
Everything Fixed for the
A Relic of tho Defunct Bald
Tho Result of tho Trial Will Llkoly
Bo to Increase Lawlessness
In that Section.
YHtTKKUAY WITH THK KKUORIIKK.
Itesuina of tho lluslnena Transacted by
That County oniclnl.
The following instruments were filed
for record yesterday:
Isaac Taylor to Chas. N. Taylor, war
ranty deed for lots 11 and 12', block 51,
The New England Land Co. to I. B.
Stoner, warranty deed for block 17,
Hadsell's addition, Glendale, J08S.
Same grantor to Nathan F. Franklin,
block 23, Hadsell's addition to Glendale,
Same to B. M. Bver, lots 20 nnd 27,
Hadsell's addition,' Glendale, H. 337.87.
Geo. W. Craighead and wife to Joseph
Gaitland, 15 acres in sw. cor. nw. ,
sec. 27, tp. 2 n., 750.
Have no Hope of an Ultimate
But are Simply Trylns to Retard the
Development of Pima County
for Private Gain.
Yesterday an aiticle appeared in the
Herald, reflecting somewhat on tho city
marshal, with respect to the course he
took in the matter of arresting the
Mexican band tmd signed "Taxpayer."
Now. Taxnayer's intentions may be
irood and ull that, but it is clearly evi
dent that ho does not know what he is
talking about when he refers to the
matter of the city marshal carrying
warrants in his pocket until they were
worn nut. A warrant was sworn out
fur four of tho band and they wero ar
rested by tho inaralutl, taken before the
police judge and their cases continued
by him until Judge Baker, the city at
torney, returns from Preecott.
I am in a position to know several
things that Taxpayer does not know,
else be would not mako the reflection
that ho does. During tho day Billie
lilankenship is tho police force, city
assessor, city collector, collector of
licftises, water master and general
roustabout, for $1,500 a year, and is not
allowed even an assistant. It occurs to
mo that he docs about all ono man can
do, and with all these duties, he, in my
opinion, would be excusable for carry
iig warrants in ids pocket, especially
as this is the time for collecting licenses
timl nnspRsIno' taxes.
I know nothing about the Mexican
band, but in order to do justice to him
who is unjustly reuecieu upon, i iiiur.
tlio foregoing" statement of facts with
which I am personally acpuainted.
Mr. Jus. York, a resident of the south
ern pari of Pima county, was in the city
r-peaking of the land grant cases he
said the dimerous had no hone or ex
pectation that their title would be con
firmed to any more of the hind in dis
pute excent the original fr.ur square
leagues described in tho original Span
ish grant. Ho said that the litigation
which would arise out of tho claims,
however, would havo as to the Camerons
pretty much the same effect as a con
firmed possession and the damage to the
country would be be oven greater than
if their claims should be legally sustain
ed. The claims embrace all the water
facilities iu the southern part of the
county, and pending litigation those
tmrls which might otherwise come un
der irrigation and lweome settleted will
airord no attraction to settlers, but will
come into practical poseHeion of the
claimants to be used for ranges.
That an ultimate decision will be ren
dertd agaitiB them is certain, but before
this is rendered the claimants will have
enjoyed years of profitable possession.
It is fer this reason that they are en
deavoring to keen tho cases out of the
land grant court and confine them to
the ordinary tedious tribunals.
A W1I.II KUNAHAV.
Si'KI.nofield, Mo., July 20. The Taney
county lynchers are free, as it has been
found impossible to convict them it
Taney county. For several days there
have been rcmors here that everything
was "fixed" and that there would bo
no conviction, so the result ts not a sur
prise. Judge W. D. Hubbard has been
severely censured, but it is not believed
that he is responsible for the result.
When the panel of forty men was com
pleted, Prosecuting Attorney Davis and
his assistant, Mr. Sharp, looked over
the list and found that thirty-four of the
men were members of the defunct Bald
Knobber organization and supposed to
bo in sympathy with the lynchers.
Colonel Harrington, the epecial rep
resentative of the state, was not pre
sent, being dangerously ill at his home
in this city.
George Pepperdin, Harrington's law
partner, although present during the
first part of the week, was not there at
tho windup, as he became convinced
several days ago that it was impossible
to bring about a conviction. When the
attorneys saw the state of affairs they at
once entered a nol pros as to the mnr
der of Bright and dismissed the case
for tho killing ol Deputy Sheriff Wil
liams. The thirteen men charged with
two murders, therefore walked out free
men. The friends of the men at once
gave them an ovation.
This docs not change the real stand
ing of the cases, and they ere really
where they always hae been, before
the electors of Taney county. Tho lyn
ching is a political issue, and if the fac
tion opposed to the Bald Knobbers win,
the men will be indicted again and
forced to trial. All the work done in
the cases has been engineered by the
stale officials and by the county officials
of Greene county.
There is considerable speculation here
as to the effect of the final ucrjujjtal of
the lynchers, which all seem to think
certain. Some believe the lawless ele
ment, eeeing its power, will be more ty
rannical and uncompromising than ever,
while others advance the theory that
lawlessness will end. The men arrest
ed have been taken from business for
;eernl months and have spent a consi
derable sum of money for attornejs'
fees. They hae been'kept in a state" of
mental anxiety and will probably think
tw ice before they go into another ly ach
Public reception every Sunday from
10 till 5. Ciiaules D. Poston.
A HKKIOD8 CIIAltOK.
Confront J. 11. Harrington Yf oil-Known
In Hid City.
J. B. Harringtoi, was arrested yester
day morning charged with attempted
rape. He was placed under $500 bail
by Justice Huson. He finally managed
to provide the bond and was released.
This is the case mentioned in yester
The alleged assault waq made last
Saturday night upon Ventura Cordova,
and Harrington was arrested the next
morning on a city warrant charging him
with a simple disturbance of the peace.
Ho was fined $5 and costs, having plead
Kui'tv- . ., ,
A Bister of tho woman in the case be
lieved that the punishment didn't fit
the crime by a long shot, so she imme
diately made complaint before the ter-
ruuriui nuwumi". .....
Mr. Harrington declares that the pro
..oHinmi nrminst him were instituted
for purposes of blackmail and that there
is absolutely no foundation for the
chargo. He eays that ho plead guilty
to charge of assault in tho rcconlcr s
court only to avoid tho exposure which
would attend a trial.
suri'itESSKn a whiwlkr.
Drug on the
KlCht Kxcltablo Home form n Con
piracy. One of the ugliest runaways lately
son in tho city occurred yesterday af
ternoon from the comer oi Montezuma
and Washington streets. A four-horse
team escaped from its driver nnd ran
into a r'lt belonging to tlw Indian school.
This team broke loose and overturned
the wag'in badly damaging it. The
horses became dissngaged from the
wreek nnd tore wildly up Washington.
Tho race was joined by a couple of
iaddle horses which had been hitched
along the street.
A lli)ilclan'a dirt to Humanity.
Weak men restored to perfect man,
hood by tho Great Australian remedy,
freo. Address, Box 1004. San Francisco-Cal.
Httise, Sign & Carriage Painting,
Paper hanging etc. John Q. White op
posite Conimeicial Hotel.
Telegraphic CJuotatlona From Chlcac"
and Sau Franclsoo.
MIKIt-a STOCKS AHD 61LVXB.
8 vn FiUNClsco.July 16 Belcher. ?L10; Best &
llelcher, 11.15; Chollar, COc: Con. Virginia, 13 u);
Gould A Curry, (1 10. Hale A Norcross, SIA);
liOcomollve, 1e: Peer, 5c; Potosl, 45c: Ophlr,
U 60; Savage, 1.00; Sierra Nevada, 11.05; Union
Con., 80c; Yellow Jaeket, 5j; Confidence,
SI.50; Peerless, c; Crocker, 6c.
Silver Bar SS'i'SWjC.
Cmc.vr.o. July "J6. Cattle Receipts, 3,000.
Anilve; lHaiSo hicher Choice to extra Meets.
OiiV; others, 1 SOCit 1 90; Texans. 2.2i2.75:
rangers, ft 7X41 SO; stockcru, I.753.K.
aheep-Kecelpts. 5,000. Market active, steady.
Natives, 1 iflf$5.50; Texans, Ss.l6l.05; grass
westerns, ft 60.
Sak Feancisco, July '.". Wheat Market
quiet. Seller, "ft!, L37lX7j: buyer, Dec,
jiariey ncauy. ceiier. .. u-w, jirw.
Julr.OoVi brewing, seller '92, Qiy,'dflM.
Ciucaoo, JnlySS. Wheat The market was
moderately active. Opened Vflg'io lower on
weaker cables. Advanced siJ8o on bad weath
er reports of run and lodged wheat In norto.
west. Karcd otr ome: closed sfadv i40f(o
higher than Saturday. Receipts, 103,000; ship
W heat-Cash. "S'i; s'ept, 7
corn casn, ao; r-cpi , 4.vfc.
:i,sii; sepi, :si.
Paints, Oils, Glass, Wall Paper, Win
low Shades, Artists Material, John Q.
White opposite the Commercial Hotel.
Meloilr which ltecamo
The arrest of the four band boys has
kml Imnn In the breasts of numerous
persons who have suffered more or lees
annovance from loud speaking or musi
cal neighbors. There is an old gentle
man living just back of Washington
R. E. Holbrook, Surgeon Dentist.
Vll work guaranteed nnd prices reason
'ible. Rooms No. 1 and 3 Porter build
ing. Fair Warning.'
Having obtained, about eighteen
months since, for labor performed, an
interest in the New River or King dam
lite, situated alwut twenty miles north
and west of Phcenix, and which loca
tion was duly recorded according to
law, and which dam site was some
n.f..iii. cinrn liv nno II. W. Eaton at
tempted to be transferred to the Rio
Verde Canal company, l nereuy warn
.,11 naranns Irnm neirotintillff in 811V WOV,
shape or manner for raid dam Jiito, as
no legal line can oe given u nuiu juup
erty before satisfying my p,,a,,n
p C J. Dv
Current Prices for drain Produce
Fruit Corrected Dally.
Whole barley per 100 pounds
Rolled " " "
Wheat " "
Sunar cube, " "
eugar, sran'led, ' "
Corlee, green, " "
Collee, roasted, " "
Rico " "
Potatoes, Irish, " "
Onions " "
Dairy wilt ' "
Beans, pink "
Ham, Kama Cltyi per pound
lliesktaet bacon "
!.ard " "
llntU-r " "
Cheese " "
Dried apples " "
Dried lilies " " .
Dried apricots " "
Dried gropes "
Dried rali-liis " "
Honey, alratncd "
Honey, in comb " '
Alfalfa hay ou ranch r ton.
Grain Hay baled " -Alfalfa
Beef on foot, per hundred.
HoM.llvo ' "
Sheep, " "
Apricots, per pound...
Apples, , " .
Strawberries, pet box