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PHCENIX, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE 21, 1893.
VOL. IV. NO. 23.
After tlio Fourth of July
We will tear down
We Must Have Room I
Must Reduce Stock 1
Don't Forget Our
Barrel of Money atopem House July 4th,
nor our Free Labor llurcnii.
Don't mi's reading our
PhcenbcReal Estate Co.
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Wo Only A.dvertrs Baro-aiiis.
0T AND ADDITION PROPERTY
Hut n lot In Churchill addition
I MOW nicely locateJ and convenient to
Il'ijofi beautiful .VMoot 1ot on
Waihlnston meet on'r turn
jSko n.n Hast KnQ Sbhool.
b, i, ) r.flrn uuya i wis 111 .'cam,
v s ) addition on Tenth avenue.
v'il . ta bargains In business properly
Pf. RENT Two t room coltascs with water
T. th Avenue. tl5aud 112 each per
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P S RENT One5 room furniilicdhoute near
1 ' wjrks, J15 per mouth.
Iff 8 UENT-Lnrpe barn on Van Iluren
I i -tin Third and Fourth Avenue, f per
F'R RENT The lareo corral on Van Iluren
i 'eY-nih avenue.
Qn "X. Huys an 8 room lioife
OI),OvyV with barn, bath house,
feet brautlfully located. JUIoouk
i splendid neighborhood, "jcash.
Ituysa corner of three lota on
North center street near town
11 iMM B jy" corner of 3 lots wlih Im
VJ'JUU provementsCbloctB from Court
10 n t'nlvcrslty addition near five
I f"" . ' UC UlUlft. UUUI BHIVt v. ..-
R" Vj addition of 120 acre with wnter
i iear Capitol grounds. I'rlco 1200
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the ol.l imililinn-
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Aires only four miles from I'htcnlx
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Acres Improved, flvo miles from l'hir
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C A (" Acres Improved land 3' 4 tnlles of
fidzJ Temiieand 5VJ miles of l'hn-nU
with it full water share In Tempo canal, ?ier
0 ( ere IK miles from I'hvnlx, unliable
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C Acres nicely Improved with good houe
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water riuht. Price 11.700
A f Acreln alfalfas miles from Fliivnix 175
tJ p.r acre.
11A Acres Improved Sialics from Tempe
XOl with water right in Tempo canal .'7
1 f( Acres 9 miles from l'hirnlx under
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OOfl A cresf'j miles from Pncctilx. Price
'jZvJ W per acre.
Of Acres 1' miles from Phcculx. Price 1(30
OU per a re.
Cl( Acres on ('enter strft, east frontage
J water right. Price 7i ier acre.
X Acres Improved 1U mllea from city with
O wler right, l'rlcc ',1.200.
Cf Acres with water right In flno'tateof
&J cultivation, i miles from I'hwulx
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' General Banking Business,
A PRIVATE VIEW.
Of the Hawaiian Stua
tion. The Islands Are More
Than Under the Late Native
A Failure to Deport the Queen at
the Time of Her Overthrow
Considered a Mistake.
Em.i.nhiiuii(i, Wash., June 15. As-
nociated l'rcso. John A. BlcCundlota, b
member of thu provisional irovemment
and one of the prominent revolutionists
of Hnwaii, is in the city on his way to the
World's Fair, haviui: just arrfced by
the new line steamer Miowera at Vic
toria, lie reports the revulutioEiete as
strong and as determined as on the day
they took poesession of Honolulu anil
raised the American flag. It was the
purpose of the provisional government
to tuko possession of the queen's palaeo
and convert it into a covernment
huildinir, concentrming all the depart
ments in one building, abandoning the
old government buildma and barracks.
The army of the provisional govern
ment numbers 200 wcll-arir.ed men,
with n reserve of 60J minute men
coually well-armed and r-u"dy to re-
spoiiu ai a moment's call. He Bays
there is a tixed dettTini nation to ettab
hell a stable government with Aineri
can ideas and American principles;
that revolutions never no backward" hniI
this is of that kind. While the revolu
tiouibti are on speaking terms with the
queen's frionds, it is the ireneral belief
that the hitter have anna concealed unci
are ornnfzed, but there i not much
fear of an immediate outbreak.
Cleveland's llrtt adiiiinitration was
favorable to the American annexation
scheme, and die people, of thu islandn
are hoping thai thu present adminis
tration is equally so. However, they
were not pleated with Commifsioner
mount immiik cioineti witu powers su
perior to Minleter ?tsvens, and virtually
usurping the United Stales minister',
position. Ho thinks thu jiruvisiunal
vrovcrmnoii'i, made n mistako in not de
porting the queen at the time of the
fcei.ing of thu government. The natives
are not particular whether they have
a queen or not, thu majouty of them
do i lie passive and indihVrunt. Hawa
nans hold 73 per cent of the offices,
while- thev pay but one-seventh of thu
taxes. There is not a native Hawaiian
holding u business license, being con
tent to occupy minor positions under
business firim. Whiluthu government
was under the queen it r.tu in debt con
stantly. Tlu provisional government is
economising and determined to come
within the estimates.
The sugar interests are improving
and the crop prospects are excelh-nt,
while prices aru advancing. Thu busi
ness outlook is improving with the
establishment of a reliable government.
New tradu is also opening with the I'n
ciliu Northwest through the now
Meamer line, and an outlook thereby
found for all the tropical fruits of the
islands. AVhen tho American flag wai
pulled down nt tho order o' Illount it
was a humiliating sight, hut '-i evolu
tionists were not to bu disouraged.
They were willing to bo patient and
abide their time. They are strengthen
ing their organization nnd adding to
their numhcis. Thu sugar planters are
now joining and aru willing to riiciificu
the contract in favor of free labor.
Thoy Aro Worklnc Through Gros
liam to Set Him Froo.
Nr.w Yoiik, Juni! 20. Associated
Press Secretary of Stale (jresham has
answered a let.er addressed by T. St.
John GalHiey of the Political Prisoners'
Amnesty Association of Ireland to
President Cleveland, who referred it to
tho Statu Department. Tho letter ap
pealed for sonio action to bo taken by
tho Statu Department in behalf of Dr.
Thomap Gallagher and two other Amer
ican citizens serving life sentences in
English prisoners under conviction of
loading in tho dynamitu conspiracies or
Tho letter states that it is improhahlo
that tho present Homo Secretary, Mr.
Atquith, has changed Iih views since
last winter in opposition to clemency,
but that Ambassador JSnyurd would be
instructed to report nnv nioro favorable
disposition on the part of tho llritish
An Interesting Discovery by Arch
rooloulsts In Mexico.
UuAiiALAJAKA, Mexico, Juno 15.
Associated Press.J An important dis
covery of ruins has just been made
near Ixtlan in the Statu of Tepic. A
party of American nnd Enelish archie
ologists while exploring that remote
section came upon an old building al
most buried in the earth. It is located
in a dense forest and has been undis
turbed for several hundred years. Tho
structure is built of stone and is of
large dimensions. The roof Is now al
most on a level with the ground.
With littlo dllliimlty the flat stones
were removed and the inter'or explored.
A large number of idols, pottery and
weapons made of stonu were found in
the building. In one corner of tho main
room was. found n pile of human bones.
It is believed that the old building was
used as a temple of worship by the In
dians or & prehistoric race centuries
aeo. There is much interest aroused
here in tho discovery.
BANK PLUNDERERS PUNISHED.
Officers of the Rome Branch of tho
Bank of Naples.
Home, June 13. Associated Prets.
The prosecution instituted bv the gov
ernment aguiiiht Cuciniello, "the man
ager in Rome of the branch of tho Bank
of Naples, for embezzlement of 2,000.
000 lire of the bank's funds, resulted
to-day in conviction and sentence to
ten years' imprisonment.
Alesandro, the cashier of tho Hank of
Naples, who was indiited for compli
city, was .also found guilty and sen
tenced to imprisonment for six jears
and eight months. Cuciniello con
fessed his guilt shortly after his arrest,
hut in his confession he declared that
Alesandro had no guilty knowledge of
tho embezzlement. The evidence, how
ever, showed that Alesandro was com
plicated, AINSWORTH HELD.
Officials Responsible for the Ford
Washington, Juno 20. Associated
Press. In the second inquest into the
destruction of Ford's Tneater, after
being out two hours the jury returned
a verdict setting forth that Frederick
it. Lulus came to his death by tho dis
aster at Ford's Theater building on
June 0,1803. It recites all tho circum
stances connected with tho accident,
and finds that Frcdenck C. Ainsnorth,
in charge of the building, Win. G. Cov
ert, superintendent, Frances Sasso, En
gineer, and George W. Dant, the con
tractor, were responsible for the killing
ol Loftue. The jurors further find that
the failure of the government of the
United States to provide for skilled su
perintendents of work of repairs and
alteration of its buildings in charge of
thu War Department is lnost uubiiBi
nenslike and reprchensibluand is of the
opinion that if such superintendents
had been provided the awful tragedy
might. ha?e been averted. Coroner Pat
lersion decided not to issue warrants for
thu commitment of Col. Ainsworth,
Dant, Covert and Sasse until tomorrow
morning, in order to give them an op
portunity ot obtaining bail. Col. Ains
worth has already 61 en red bail. Con
tractor Dant ib very ill at his residence.
DR, DARE'S WIFE.
A Divorce Case With Interest
She Was tho Undlvorcod Wire of an
Actor Who Had a Fair Harem
Gamdc.n, N. J., Juno 20. Associated
Press A divorce suit that is attracting
no littlo attention and is peculiar in
many respect) ib on trial here. Dr.
Arthur Dare, a prominent young soci
ety man of ISridgeton, is suing his wife,
whom he married as May Jelferson, an
actress, for divorce, on tho ground that
the was already married to Harry M.
Jcilerton, alias Jones, when he married
'File wife did not appear in court, but
her counsel ret up the defense that
when she married Jefferson, he, un
known to her, had a wife living, and
this left her free to marry and would
mako the marriage with Dr. D.iro legal.
Jefferson, or Jones, about February,
1881), figured in the Jefferson Market
police court, New York, as a defaulter.
He was employed by William P. Dane,
a New York paner dealer, as a book
keeper. He made lovu to Jennie Ames,
a bowi'ching entrv clerk, bIso nm
ployed by Dant, and after a week's ab
sence of' the joung woman from the
ollice in 1880, Jones told his employer
that thuy had been married. About a
month or two later he met the defend
ant in the present Miit and they t-
gether went to Trenton on a visit to the
young woman's aunt and were married.
lone-' salary iipt not admit ins main
t.iming so many wives, and tlio two
women had their eyes opned when the
embezzler was arraigned for his crime.
Jennie knew him as Jones and May
knew him as Jeilerson. To this story
Dane testified in the Camden Court,
and declared it to bu substantially the
confession Jones made to him when he
was arrested. No one knows what has
become of Jones.
Dr. Dare's actres.s wifo is now in
Michigan, whero she went as a member
of a theatrical troupe. Tho company
is stranded there and she is unable to
raise the $00 necessary for her to come
here, defend her suit and return. Law
yer Charles lv. Landis, of Vineland,
"would not desert her in her extremity,
however, and obtained from Vice-Chancellor
Greene a four weeks' adjourn
ment to permit him to send to Michi
gan and get his client's testimony taken
by a commission.
AN INCENDIARY FIRE.
Ravagos tho Town of Tillamook,
Tii.la.mook, Ore., Juno 20. Asso
ciated Press. Tho business portion of
the town was destroyed by fire this
morning. It started at 1 a. in. and
raged until it burned itself out. Sev
eral fireB started simultaneously and it
is supposed that it was tho work of an
incendiary. There is great excitement
and there is talk of lynching the par
ties. Many are ooriously injured nnd
many are mado destitute. Tho total
loss "is $75,000, with insnranco about
one-third. U was found that a faucet
in an oil b.irrel in I lad ley's liqour store
hfld hpen turned open and .a match ap
plied to the oil. Pitch had aleo been
spread on place9 showing the work of
incendiaries. The reconstruction? of
brick buildings will bo commenced at
But Much More Likely a
An Interesting Tale by a
A Mysterious Patron Leaves
A Confession to tho Mayor of Fall
River That Ha Was the Slayer
of the Bordens,
New Yokk, Juno 20. William II,
Devere has kept a barber shop at No
38 Bridge Btreet, Newark, for the past
three years. His reputation is good
and he is considered sane. This morn
ing lie gave the Newark police some
thing to think about. He called at the
Second Precinct police station and told
Captain McMamus the following story:
"One afternoon last fall, I do not re
member the precise date, a man entered
my shop. He was about 5 feet G incheB
tail, weighing about 150 pounds. He
wore a heavy black beard and mus
tache. Ills hair was black, lie was
about 45 years of age. His clothes
were neat and tidy. He wore a brown
derby hat nnd no coat. He said he
"wanted me to shave oir his hair, beard
and mustache. I did so. While I was
shaving the man he asked mo if I would
tnke a chew of opium. 1 refused.
When I had finished shaving the man
ho asked for some writing paper. I no
ticed when he paid me he had a roll of
bills. I gne him botne writing paper
and no stayed mere, one uour writing
letters. He wrote three letters and thuy
did not suit him, so he rewrote them.
He wrote a line hand and npueared to
be trying to disguise his Laiidwrititig.
Itefore tho man went away he looked at
himself in the glass a'nd said to me:
'You would not know me, would you?'
I told In in I would not. Thu lo-s of his
hair and heard and mustache had made
a gref.t change in his appearance.
Shortly alter the man left. After tie
had gone I noticed two sheets of p.tper
on the floor that he had left behind.
They were spoiled sheets that hu h.-l
rewritten, Onuof them w.is addressed
Mayor Coughlin of tall Kiver. It reed :
'I murdered Mrs. IJordn. I did it out
of revenge. It is no use trying to catch
me, because I am so di-iguised you
would not know me.' The letter broke
off here abruptly. The other letter read
as follows: 'Friend Jim I proum-cd
to writo you to let you know how things
were getting on.' Tho letter broke olf
"I was bo ecircd when I read thete
letters that I didn't know what to do.
I put them in my pocket nnd thought
it over. I decided not lo fray anything
to anybody about it. I did not know
anything about thu Ibrden murders of
Fall Hiver. I burned the letters up.
Tiie other day I read a long account in
the papers about the trial of Lizzie Bor
den for murder. Then I remembered
uiv stranger visitor and the letters tie
wrote. I told my mother about it, and
she advised rao to see the police."
This ended Devere's story. The po
lice do not know what to make of it. It
!b possible that the man who wrote the
letters is n crank. As Deveie bus
burned up the letters which ho arerth
ho received there is ns way of veritying
Whore Mr. Tlldon Mado Millions
IsiirEMi.su, Mich., June 13. The New
York Iron Company has forfeited its
lease to the Harlow estate and is ship
ping the 35.000 tons of ore in Hock.
Tins is the mine that yielded several
million dollars in profits to Samuel J.
Tildun soiiiu twentv yeais ago. It has
not lately been a paying property.
Acquitted of tho Horrible
The Verdict Arrived at Yesterday
Afternoon After a Vory Brief
Nkw Redford, Moes., June 20. As
sociated Press. Governor Robinson
tuis ttfternooD rehearsed chronological
events connected with tho Borden mur
der. There is no doubt in the evidence
against Mies Borden, he said. The evi
dence Bhows the defendant did not
know whero the alleged weapon was
kept. Lizzie Borden was at Inmo on
tlio morning the murders were com
mitted, and if she had geno upstairs
and looked under tho bed sho might
have seen the body of her step-mother.
Bridget Sullivan, who for two years had
hr-pn n.ser to tho family than anyone
else, never heard a quarrel between
Lizzie nnd Mre. Borden.
Tho speaker then related th fact of
the alleged blood-stained dress and tho
burning of it. "If," said he, "Lizzie
Borden killed her step-mother at 9:45,
did she come down and greet her father
in tho blood-stained dress? She must
Iiavo changed clothing and changed
again after tho second slaughter. Liz
ziu did not try to get Bridget o.tit of the
house. Don't you think sho would have
sent heron some errands'.'"
"The attorney pointed out that the
doctors disagreed as to what had been
ueed to kill the Borden's , and touched
upon tho clawheaded hatchet and
thu hatchet without a handle. "It
these were not tho implements with
which the murder was committed,
where are they?" he inquired.
"Anybody," continued Governor Kob
inson, "could have gotten into the
houee by simply avoiding Bridget on
the outside and Lizzie on 1he inside."
The lawyer field that tho young man
Feen in the vicinity was an outside spy
for the person committing the deed,
that the job bad not been done by ono
person. At 3 o'clock, when the gover
nor closed, District Attorney Knowlton
began to sum up for the prosecution.
He addressed himself to the motive
for the mnrder; pointed the enmity of
Lizzie toward her stepmother as suffi
cient motive for her murder, and said
ker killing necessitated the killing of
her father. Stern was the man who
knew of the enmity nnd loved the dead
The only way for Lizzie to possfblr
escape punishment, he raid, lav in the
killing of her father. This theory was
the onlv one which would consistently
account for tho double murder, taking
place within a period of an hour and
half between the acts.
With this the prosecution closed.
Justice Dewey then charged the jury,
which, after a brief deliberation, re
turned a verdict of not guilty.
A HOIcl INCIDENT.
The Travclrr Who Wan 3Ilitakrn for s
"The. most singular thing that ever
happened to me ut a hotel," baid the
traveling member of the club, accord
ing to the Detroit Free Press, "was
this: I was stopping over night at a
large hotel in Chicago, and retiring
late I left word to be called in tho
morning. I intended getting up in time
for a late brcalcfasi
"1 was awakened by a knocking at
the door of the room next to mine,
mysterious whisperings and orders
given in a suppressed voice. I lay
still, wondering wh.it time it was, and
whether I should gut tip or not, when
there came a loud racket against my
door, and a sound of the transom mov
ing. I sat tip my bed being close by
the door in timi to see a small boy
backing in ovr r tho transom. Hanging
full length, he iicl.l by his hands and
then dropped to tf c floor. As lie gained '
his feet 1m- (ami 1 tc ward the bed, and,
seeing me MUim,' up and looking at
him, he gave a yell that made my blood
" 'Op- a the !crr ' u rsmanded a man's
voice on the oat Ue
"'il. :i-i-i-.-o,' yclbd tho boy,
sprawling oi tht floor in abject ter
ror. "I thought cvorboly was crazy as I'
heard tho r.oi1 '.i.tsidc, and, unlock
ing my door. I a'"r"i what was the mat
tor. The ?:all v.-n tall of chamber
maids 1oU tiov a:il porter;, all of
whom took to thoii heels as roon as"
they saw :m. and rr.-i as if possessed
"The ltnd!-)rl 1. 1 one of the clerks
"-iinc'ip tocxj)i:'n mutters, which they
did q'-.i: u'l .-iv It was a slight
mi'.tir.e. -!i:t vs nil; they had mis
taken my r om for tio one nest door,
whero a man had Killed himself the
previous night They had looked in at
Ins transom, mil ' e vi that he was dead,
but when the ' ' ame up with a step
ladder to climb In 'icd unlock the door
they ha 1 helped hint into my room by
mistake. That was all."
Hnvr-..IV Ft.-uiUlii Army.
The "stan Jin army" of Hawaii in
timu of peace consists of seventy men.
When the do . 'if var are let loo-e, it
is swelled as hljh an two hundred men
sometimes, 'i h i Hawaiian army rarely
"stands,"' however. It prefers to sit
down when it is aot on th6 dead rim
for cover. Ier;- man in the army has
a die:vrt kind of irii'orni Tho
equipment eon-itts of almost every
sort of noi-e producer, from bulldoy
revolvers to the matchlock that Capt.
Miles Standish used to kill Indians
with. If the rank and file "take a no
tion" to i'y the oivter of their supe
rior ollicers, well and good. If they
choose not to obey, also well and good.
It's all the Fame to the officers, and
more so to the rank and file.
Dr. Anctl Martin, diseases eve, ear
nose throat aspccialty. Glasses littcd
Buy them from the Irvine Co.
The Alfa'.fa Meat Market. . .
I have just opened my new meat mar
ket, No. 24 Washington street, next
door to Mesa Fruit Store, where I hivvu
fitted up one of tho neatest markets in
Phcjuntx. My shop will always be found
clean and neat, and all my meats fresh
and nice. Will also have poultry on
hand at all times. Prompt delivery
will be made a specialty. I buy mf
stock direct from the rafera and use
no culls. C. C. Useo,
24 West Washington St.
To The World's Fair.
The Santa I'i route will fell frota
nmi,i nr.il VI I'afO tickets to CllicncO
and return for $55.10, to St. Louis nii-1
return for $47.10, to Kansas City, At
chuoti, St. Joseph, Leavenworth nnd re
turn for $! 00, limited for return to and
;,.l,i,1inrr Mnvpmhpr lfi. 1893. Passen-
cors via the Santa Fu route make close
connections at Dewing, are offered a' I
the conveniences known 10 moupia
,...! ,ii,inl'o.i iim Tiietls that cannot
be equalled, and are landed in the heail
of Chicago, close 10 hotela, cable cm,
and elevated roads. Secure your Pull
man accomodations hy writing to C. II.
Morehouse, D. F. & P. A., I"l Pato,
rfWiss;. J fri1" .vf,fcfU & . ;,.
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