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PHCENIX, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 5. 1892.
IN THE NORTH
The Invincible Little
He Speaks to an Im
DOWX IN ST. JOHNS.
Smith's Record Exposed
and the Statehood
A Brilliant Oratorical Effort In
Mohavo County by
Both Stowart and Cluff Will
Carry Every Northern Coun
ty by Good Round
Holdrook, Ariz., Nov. 4. Special.
Fatties in from St. Johns tonight re
port that Hon. W. Q. Stowart spoke to
n immense audience in tho county
seat of Apache last night. It was the
Iarzest political turnout ever seen in
that quiet village. Farmers were in
for over fifty miles around and tho hall
being unable to accommodate the
crowd, the meeting was held in tho
Mr. Stewart reyiewed Smith record in
conjreii and read the appropriations of
Delegate Joseph of New Mexico. Ho
uiil he was being quoted in somo parts
ol the territory as against statehood
which was false. Continuing he said:
"Many of the good people of St. John's
and vicinity heard inc when I spoke op
posing the adoption of tho constitution.
I did not however, oppose statehood,
and never have. When tho people of
Arizona decided by n large majority
that the constitution was good enough
for them I said I am too good an Ameri
can to oppose tho majority andit is good
enougn tor mo nlso. mat is my posi
tion. I am now, always have been,
and always will be in favor of state
hood till this territory is admitted."
Mr. Stewart scored the Democratic
orators who had tried to prejudice tho
Mormon people against the Republican
party and showed by the records of the
Thirteenth and Fourteenth legislatures
that the test oath was a non-partisan
measure. There wero a great many
Mormons in tho audience who loudly
applauded the speaker nt this juncture.
Mr. Stewart's figures on wool elicited
treat applause from tho sheep men.
At ttie close of the meeting the in
vincible "little giant" immediately
started by private conveyance for
Springfield where elaborate prepara
tions wero made for his appenranco to
night. CLUFF IN MOHAVE.
An Eloquent Spooch In White Hills
Ki.Nou.tN, Ariz., Nov. 4. Special.
Jneofthe most enthusiastic meetings
of the campaign in Mohavp county was
held last night in tho new milling camp
t Wuto Hills. There are about 200
miners in camp, and they were ad
dressed by Hon. Geo. Cluff, Republican
nomineo lor conncllraan-at-large. Mr.
Cluff was mot at the head of tho canyon
ty a coinmitteo and escorted to tho
mp. Tho hills on both sides of tho
mp were illuminated with bonfires
and an unlimited quantity of giant pow
der was touched off.
r Cluff spoko for an hour nnd a
half and tho greatest enthusiasm pre
vailed. When he began his oloquent
eulogy of Stewart, one strapping minor
arose and proposed thrco cheers for
"the httlo giant of tho north," which
Tho camp will give a big majority for
toth Stewart and Cluff. Mohavo county
is safely Republican, as wearonllsil
T men and Smith's attitude on silvor
has lost him nil tho mining voteB, ex
cept a fow fossils who do not npproci
nto their own intorest.
Tho speech mado at Kingman by
Stewart, and Mr. ClufPs eloquent effort
nt Whlto Hills has also greatly aided
our legislative ticket.
I am In favor of statehood If n Demo
cratic legislature elected, otherwise I
am against it. Marcus A. Smith.
Ono wasa Wall-known Confederate
San Francisco, Nov. 4. Associated
Press. William Kittrick a lumber
merchant, committed suicide by cut
ting his throat on the street this morn
ing. A. Greene, a well-known real es
tate dealer, committed suicide at tho
Galindo hotel, Oakland, Inst night by
mums luuunuum. mo moiivo in eituer
caso is unknown.
Greene was a native of Now York,
55-years-old. He was onlisted on the
confederate side. Ho was a colonel in
tho First Mississippi nnd was subse
quently made adjutant-gonoral of the
lourth Louisiana brigade.
Ho leavpa relatives in New York, a
son residing in Nevada and n daughter
in Alameda, California.
Moro Contraband Opium.
San Francisco, Nov. 4. Tho customs
Inspectors todny made a socond seizure
of contraband opium on the steamer
Oregon, 1000 five tnol tins of the drug
being found concealed in barrels. The
valuo of tho opium seized on Wednesday
and today aggregated $27,000
Prlzo Fighters Turnod Looso.
Portland, Ore, Nov. 4. The jury in
tho case of Jack Dempsey nnd others,
charged with conducting a prize fight,
brought in a decision today that the
defendants bo dismissed.
THE RUSTLERS' WAR.
Its Embors Are Still Smolderlug nnd
Evorybody Carries a Gun.
Rapid City, S. D., Nov. 4. Associ
ated Press. All reports from Wyoming
agrco that the cattlemen's war yet smol
ders, and that tho situation is xery crit
ical. Parties who arrived hero today
after a tramp through Johnson county
say that every ranchman, small stock
man and cowboy thoy mot carried Win
chesters and side. arms. All strangers
are regaided with suspicion and the
bettlors claim to bo living in fear of
GREAT IS SHEEHAN.
His Conflict With the United
Definite Legal Instruction Forward
ed to Marshals, Deputies and
Supervisors of Election.
Nicw York, Nov. 4. Associated
Press. Chairmnn Carter said this
evening regarding the probable clash
between tho state and government elec
tion officials ho had nothing furthor to
say than that tho controversy was be
tween Sheehan and the United States
Edward Mitchell, attorney-general
for New York, has written a lettor to
United States marshals regarding Shee
han'a instructions, citing tho revised
statutes and toiling tho marshals to
instruct each supervisor of election and
deputy marshal that wherever any con
flict occurs between tho government
nnd tho state law that of the United
States is paramount.
I am In favor of statehood If a Demo
cratic legislature it elected, otherwise I
am ngnlnut It. Marcus A. Smith.
TRAIN DISPATCHERS ORGANIZE.
Permanent Association Formed at
Memphis and Officers Chosen.
Mkmpius, Nov. 4. Associated Press.
(The order of Train Dispatchers was
permanently organized hero yesterday
with 1G2 charter members. The officers
are W. W. Olcott, of Pino Bluff, chief
dispatcher; O. L. Einlay, of Littlo
Rock, secretary nnd treasurer. Execu
tive committee, W. A. Whitney, of
Missoula, Mont., and J. M. Dunlap. of
Memphis, George C.'Nutting, of Fenton
W. Va., and A. B. Sticknoy, of Chilli
cotho, 111., W. J. Coapin, of Green
River, and G. A. Joico, of Toronto, Can.
1 am In favor of statehood If n Demo
cratic, legislature la elected, otherwise I
am'nsaliiiit It. Marcus A. Smith.
Yujia, Nov. 3, Special. Yuma
Is clubbed. She has beon clubbed
twice within the past fow days. First
of all came tho Commercial club, which
chose for its officers : president, II. W.
Blaisdell; 1st vice-president, Thos.
Gates; 2nd. vice-president, F. 11.
Wightrnan; secretary, Judge J. L. Van
Second" in lino, is tho Jefferaonian
Democratic, officered by President Thos.
Gates; 1st vice-president, P. E. Fnrroll,
2nd vico-president, R. T. Burr; secre
tary, Jiidge J. L. Vanderwerkor; ex
ccutivo.vJ. Kinsler, Fred Frcdloy nnd
O, II. Willis.
At tho 'very start, tlia club has a
membership of twenty-soven of tho
leading Democrats in town.
X am In Vovor ot statehood If u Demo,
cratlo leglJlnture Is elected, otherwise I
It. Marcus A. Smith.
Receives a Hearty Ova
tion at Tucson.
He Addresses an En
And Urges Upon Republicans
tho Election of Stowart""'
If They Deslro Early Statehood and
the Highest Measure of Pros
perity for Arizona.
Tuzson, Ariz., Nov. 4. Special.
The Republicans turned out with
torches and bands tonight and gave
Governor Murphy a good ovation nt tiie
opera house. Tho torchlight procession
marched from the Republican head
quarters on Congress nnd Meyer streots
to Stono Avenue, thenco up Tenth,
thenco down Main and to tho opera
bouse, where a large audienco was ao
eombled. The governor wan greeted
with cheers, and proceeded to hold his
audienco for over an hour, during
which time ho was frequently cheered.
Gov. Murphy touched upon national
questions, thon confined himself to ter
Ho urged his hearors if they desired
to sco Arizona in tho vanguard of a
great prosperity to seo that they elected
a Republican legislature and to send
Stowart to congress. Ho charged Dem
ocratic politicians with embittering
Mormon voters by gross misrepresent
ntions. He cautioned his hearers to
place good men on guard and Arizona
Judgo Ferguson closed tho meeting in
a short speech. Many ladles were pres
ent. Tho parade was a most creditable
Tho Political Pot Boiling Cattle
Tucson, Ariz., Nov. 3. Special.
Jlut four more, days aro allotted for
thoso who are on tho fence of anxiety to
hear tho bugle Bounds of victory or the
funeral notes of defeat. Arizona will bo
a witness only ns to the presidential
olection, in other matters of election
she can be as vigorous an electioneer as
ever took part in progressive political
campaign work. There is ono disposi
tion clearly manifest in this campaign
and that is a determination to have a
change in tho Territorial Congressional
Representative. Botli Republicans nnd
Democrats are tired and weary of this
"unable to do anything lassitude" that
has been offered to tho peoplo of this
territory as a blind excuse to cover tho
glaring facts in tho caso which are that
tho present dclegato has had no in
fluence with congress, the senate or the
administration to effect even a ripple of
attention or claim from tho poweie that
be one feature of substantial benefit to
this territory. If Arizona is to bo left
in this slough of desuond for a still
longer period it must be charged up to
the voters themselves nnd tho deplor
able results can only be predicted and
forecast in the reactionary and despond
ing financial stringency that will follow
In tho wako of a continuance of this
heretofore delegatory regimo pampered
in Washington society whilst "the devil
take tho dear people of Arizona."
Tho territory needs a chango, public
demand, public clamor and public ncccs
sities urgently calls for such chango nnd
if Stowart of Coconinodocs not represent
us in congress it will be ono of thoso
strange fallacies which tho signs of the
times has placed a wrong construction
Cattlemen are now shinning carloads
of cattle from Huachuhua in Cochise
county to the state of Nevada for pas-
It seems as if Arizona will soon re
turn to her first lovo and prime in
dustry tho great silver wealth and
mining interests of the territory. No
man saw money scarce when theso
were in full blast.
The Republican reaemble's very much
tho San Francisco Chronicle whilst the
descriptive edition of tho Salt River
Valley scenes and other portions of the
territory with prominent photograph of
leding citizens of tho territory has been
pronounced unequivocally one of tho
best and most substantially correct ad
vertising modiums that has yet made
its appearance in Arizona.
Great Things Would have Been Done
Had ho Retained Control.
New York, Nov. 4. Associated
Press. In a speech at Jersey City to
night Grover Clevoland said: "Eight
years ago I camo to your state and de
clared it to bo my understanding of the
Democratic c.ds that all taxation
should be limitea,to the requirements
of an economical government. The re
Bultofthat campaign "was the election
of a Democratic president and house of
representatives. You know how faith-
fully wo attempted to engrave our doc
trines upon tho policy of tho country;
you remember the measure of relief
passed by a Democratic house. Then
it was that the Republican party de
feated our plan of relief. It employed
the people to oust tho Democratic party
by a doiusivo cry. Thus pledged, they
have gained the ascendoncy and the
tariff has been amended, if not by its
friends, evidently by those who claimed
I am In favor of statehood if a.Demo
emtio legislature la elected, otherwise) I
am against it. Marcus A. Smith.
BRAIN EXCISION FOR MURDER.
Surgeons Will Try to Cut Out Edward
Dlvlns' Homicide Cell.
New York, Nov. 4. Associated
Press. Famous as was the criminal
caso ngainst Edward Divins. who aveng
ed his sister by shooting down her be
trayer. Wax Ulerget. in open court, the
acquitted man is destined to again
oecomo lamous in a iar uillerent way,
ns the central figure of a caso that must
attract wido attention.
Ab ib well known, Divins' recent trial
before Recorder Smytli resulted in his
acquittal on tho defenso of insanity.
Divins had beon treated for epilepsy
and partial paralysis.
When Divine was 10 years old ho was
struck a blow on the left side of his
head during n boxing bout, which
knocked him down. This blow caused
In somo manner, a compression of the
brain on the left side, which produced a
partial paralysis of tiie right side and
the epileptic fits. In fact accord
ing to physicians who have examined
him, Divins has been practically de
mented since that blow on the head ten
years ago. It has been decided that
Divins is to bo operated upon by emi
nent surgeons, who will attempt by an
operation on his diseased brain to rid
him of his homicidal mania
Tho originator of this idea is Lawyer
Abraham Levy, who defended Divins.
The operation on Divins' brain will
be the first instance in the hiBtory of
surgery in the world in which a known
homicide, possessed of an nngovernabio
mania for killing, will undergo surgical
treatment in tho attompt to euro him
of his mania and restore his brain to ita
uormnl nnd healthy condition. The
most eminent experts in brain surgery
in this country are Dr. Kean of Phila
delphia, nnd Dr. Ransahoff of Cincin
nati. But Lawer Levy is now in corres
pondence with Dr. Josoph F. Terri
berry, of Manhattan hospital, and Dr.
Robert O. Davis, both experts in brain
surgery and nervous diseases, in rela
tion to the operntion. Divins will soon
enter an institution, to be prepared for
tiie operatiou, which will take place as
leoon as ho is in condition a undergo it.
I am In favor of statehood If a Demo
cratic leglslnturo Is elected, otherwise I
um against It. Marrus A. Smith.
The Democratic Camp
Yuma, Nov. 3, Special.JThero is war
in tho Democratic camp, "war to the
knife, nnd knife to tho hilt." "There
is weeping, wailing and gnashing ol
teoth." Frothing at' the mouth is now
Sometime since, tho Whitney Demo
cratic club was brought into existence,
it was said by tho old and loyal mem
bers of the party, to aid the clique.
Tho old timers said, that tho clique did
this merely to control tho conventions,
and through them, tho nominations.
This they did, and they did it most ef
fectually. All of the secret knowing ones in the
club were rewarded by boing nomin
ated for somo office. They run through
tho mill like water through a flume.
When the slate was made up '.he ring
masters and their toolB tried to whip in
those who discountenanced ouch high
handed proceedings. Tt o cliquo had in
veigled just enough of tho younger cle
ment of tho unterrified to bo sure nnd
carry their points.
Tho old staunch veterans would not
bo "ooaled" about by any such dicta
tion, henco there was war in tho great
unwashed. Smith and Cox, Paiker
and Hoff, camo but no go. Tho Whit
ney club had read out nil who would
not bow the knee to the mandates of its
autocrats. Tho new Democratic club is
Such old veterans ns Hon. Thos.
Gates, Andy Tyner, Jack Stewart, P. E.
Farrell and others, tired of ring rule,
and nssisted by such young and active
blood as R. F. Burr, J. A. Kinsler, J. L.
Van Derwcrker, and other nblo men,
have joined and formed a club, noted
for its high standing, integrity and loy
alty to the party and for local and just
government, for the best interests of all
Tho now club starts off well, having
drawn much of tho young life blood out
of tho old club. No man in tho Demo
cratic party in Yuma, is better qualified
to lead tho new Jefferson club on to
victory, than tho old and veteran
leader, Thos. Gates.
Washington, Nov. 4. Associated
Press. Tho following presidential
proclamation was issued today: Tho
gifts of God have been to the peoplo
during the past year so abundant that
a spirit of devout thanksgiving awaits
not the call but only tho appointment
of n day when it may have common ex
pression. Ho has stayed pestilenco at
our doors; ho has given us love for free
civil institutions. In consideration of
all these and other blessings Thursday,
November 29th is hereby set apart as a
day of general thanksgiving.
Were the Labors at Mesa
The Attitude of the Democratic
Tho First Persecution Endured by
The Mormon Ghurch Was
Inflicted by Democrats.
Mksa Citv, Nov. 4. Special. The
Repnblican meoting hero tonight was
the best attended and most effectivo
held hero during tho campaign by
either party. Everything in this part
of tho county is ripe for Republican
success. The Mormon clement is fully
aisured of tho friendliness of the party.
The meeting was called to order by
William Kimball who presented W. S.
Johnson as chairman of tho meeting.
Mr. Johnson introduced tho Hon.
Jerry Millay who wat received with ex
Mr. Millay said ho was proud of the
Republican party nnd its glorioua re
cord. Ho dwelt briefly on the tariff
and made a convincing exposition of the
difference between protection and a
tariff for revenuo only.
Mr. Millay referred also to tbo bank
taxation scheme promulgated by that
blatherskite Tom Smith. Tho speaker
touching upon upon the Mormon ques
tion said he was unlike the demagogue,
Ex-Governor Zulick who, when among
Mormons, loved them moro than any
other class of citizens. Tho speaker
recognizing no classification of citizens
and voters, did not liko Mormons bet
ter, but just as well as those who are
not Mormons. Concerning the home
stead law tho speaker said it was a Re
publican measure and whatever benefit
had accrued to settlers by its enact
ment was a gift from tho Republican
Stewart's election, he declared, meant
earlier statehood, and a comparison
was made between the work performed
by Mark Smith and Delegate Joseph, of
Mr. Millay also removed the mask of
hypocrisy from the face of Ex-Governor
Zulick, whoso qualification to be
a leader was hia ability to bo all things
to all men.
Referring to Hon John Y. T. Smith
in the course of the allusion to Tom
Smith's taxation scheme, the speaker
read a communication from the Repub
lican candidate in which he expressed
himself In favor of taxation of capital
so far as it could bo accomplished by
law. Of Judge Street Mr. Millay said
ho was worthy tho support ol every
voter of the country, irrespective of
politica. He also paid an eloquent and
well deserved tribute to the entire
ticket and closed amid great applause.
Mr. J. M. Cosey, of Mesa, a promin
ent Mormon and lifelong Democrat, was
next introduced who declared his In
tention of supporting tho Republican
ticket at the coming election. Many
Mormons he declared wore apt to place
confidence in tho promises of the
Democratic party and to bo affected by
the taffy of Zulick.
Tho speaker created a sensation by
the statement that early Mormons had
been relentlessly persecuted by Demo
crats from Missouri to Utah.
As an instance of Democratic dupli
city in Maricopa county he cited tho
case of Hakes who had been placed
upon the ticket to catch the Mormon
vote and had beon mercilessly slaugh
tered by Democrats throughout the
It was not the policy of leaders of tho
church to dictate in politics, and any
Mormon who imagined that any partic
ular political course had been pre
cribed for him labored under a false im
pression. Mormons only acted under
tho dictation of common sense, which
would lead them to support tho Repub
Gen. Collins noxt occupied the stand,
and mado a telling address, in the
course of which he quoted from the rec
ord of the Thirteenth nnd Fourteenth
legislatures. In the first he showe
that tho Democratic members hai
beon chiefly nctivo in securing
tho passago of the test oa
bill, notwithstanding Zulick'a assewn
that it was a Republican nV'ur01
Gen. Collins was vociforor' nP"
plauded and interrupted wif' ctlca of
"You're right;" "That'sf- ln tu
Fourteenth legislature -h0 general
showed that the Repu'ca,n members
from Maricopa counf had been fore
most in tho movent t0 rePeaI tho do'
tested law. Agalr-1'8, quotation from
the record wascc"-u "' """ P
At Hie clos?1. l,,e. meeting a ball waa
given at th?lltUea 110UBB-
A "Green Goods" Victim.
Pinsnuito, Nov. 4. Edward Puller,
who said ho waa a farmer from Chero
kee, la., appeared at the police head
quarters in tnla city this morning and
asked to bo provided with the means to
reach his home. He said he had just
como from New York, whero ho had be
come the victim of tho "green goods"
swindlers. Ho gave the Bwindlers
11000 for a satchel, which he soon found
was filled with nothing but bricks. The
police notified his sister of hia predica
ment. Claims a Fortune.
New York, Nov. 4. Suit to recover
1600,000 is brought In tho United States
Circuit Court by Jehyleman Shaw
against W. D. nnd George II. Andrews,
of No. 233 Broadwny. The plaintiff
claims $500,000 as his share of the
profits from a patent, with which the
threo have been connected since 1881.
Shaw claims to havo been the inventor
of an improvement in tubular wolle, for
which tho Andrews brothera furnished
capital. No answer has yet been mado
by the defendants, nor will they discuss
the matter for publication.
SCRATCHED BY A BULLET.
A Twin Lakes Minor Slightly Injur
ed In a Fight.
Leadville, Colo., Nov. 4. Associat
ed Press. A shooting affray occurred
between Billy Mahoney and Mike
Quinn, miners emploved in the Twin
Lakes district, yesterday, whicli result
ed in Mahoney receiving a scalp wound.
Both men have been drinking nnd re
vived a quarrel that had long lain
dormant over a claim. Mahoney struck
Quinn, who immediately pulled his gun
and fired with the above result.
Friends interfered and the men ad
justed their difficulty without further
KANSAS IS SAFE,
Will Certainly Elect
The Jerry Simpson Assassination
Bugaboo Will Very Decidedly
Injure the Populists.
Chicago, Nov.4.f Associated Press.
Republicans and Democrats of Kansas
alike discredit the idea that Congress
man Jerry Simpson is in danger of as
sassination. "We take it," said Judge Lippincott
of Kansas, who is at tne Palmer, "that
the fanatics or self-styled Populists of
our state saw great danger of Simp
son's defeat and gave him another op
portunity to work the sympathy racket.
While we do not think that Simpson
conceived the idea of the Harper let
ters, offering inducements to "plug"
him, we do think that they were con
ceived in the ranks of his own party,
and that he seized the idea of a body
guard that ho might work up sympa
thy and keep the faltering of his dis
trict in line by ecenting of personal
"Two years ago he rode into congress
on the calamity yell the distress of the
people due to tho continued seasons of
drought, which he attributed to the
Republican party. Since then he has
done the state of Kansas more harm
than all tho visitations of drought,
chinch-bugs, nnd grasshoppers com
bined. Tho irresistiblo campaign Ches
ter Long ia making in the seventh con
gressional district scared the calamity
bowlers, and, fearing the sockless states
man's defeat, they turned the assassina
tion trick, and Jerry is working it for all
there is in it. His defeat, however, ia
a foregone conclusion. The idea of a
personal bodyguaid in Simpson's con
gressional district is so absurd that a
decided reaction has set in and hundreds
of voters will resent it at the polls.
"Whatever assassinations occurred
in the interior and western part of
Kansas a year ago were dne to Alliance
fanatics in an attempt to defeat tho
law on local questions, such ns county
seat removals, rights of stockera rang
ers, and the expreesed will of electors,
and the fact ia remembered. The con
spiracies of the past belong to the Alli
ance, and tho facts warrant the belief
that tho senseless Harper letters wev
conceived as indicated.
"Think of the idea of a shrewivman
selected to commit murder,
drunk with nn nvowett
losing Buch letters ns hav
liBhcd for him to find)
the ranks of tho Popu
"What do you thi
suit of the campaijgis'
ton to not
tickets will be,
torn. The p
ed and working
attitude of Ex-
as never to
roving an inspira
s of Republicans
peonle's ticket two
id ready to help swell the
u crops, general nroa-
otho work of tho elements.
bug and tho grasshopper."
BY A SHOT.
Accidental Shooting Oc
Pueulo, Nov. 4. Associated Press.
Another accidental shooting occurred
within a few milea of this city todav.
Frank McCall and Ad Larakin, two
boye about 17 yeara old, went rabbit
hunting about six milea out upon tho
prairie. Lamkin's gun was accident
ally discharged, tho contents entering
McCall's right knee, shattering it in a
torriblo way. Ho was placed in a pass
ing wagon and brought to this city and
Dr. McDonald called to dress thn
wound. It is doubtful if tho limb can
be saved from amputation.
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