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NEW SERIES VOL X. NO 50.
PHCENIX, MAEICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1884; WHOLE NO ) Tl E icw m torioua Colton 'case has been resumed in Santa Rosa, Cal. Call.3 are being made for (he res lief of the suC'erers by the great flood on the Ohio. Many lives have been lost, whole towns have been inundated or completely- swept away, aud there is much distress. Yesterday's di.nalch s announce that there is ' a change of htart in the Pacific Railroad and Lund Com ruilteo of the House, and the helie is announced that no icgi.-hUion hos tile to the railroads will he enacted this 3ession orf Congress. A Ciiicaoo dispatch confirms the statement made a few days since that the Atchison. Topka and Santa Fe people had gained control of the A. & P. road, and it is further aunouiietd that it will at once be ex tend d to San -Diego, which will be made its principal terminus. Fkom Prtscott comes today the terrible news announced by the Herald ex ra at noon, that Presc olt h is aain been bathed in fl.ime3 that N th'ntirne have c of a life.- Mr. demanded the sacrl- S. N. Holmes, the entlerr.dn who recently purchased Miner, nerished in the Dames the Sherman House, where he ret'des. It seecs lhaTThe fire broke out this morning before people were astir, and it is probable that Mr, Holmes was suffocated by the fiaoke before he could get out i f the build- We congratulate the press and people of Ctchise county on there suit of the trial of the Bisbee mur derers. From being at one time the most lawless county in the Territory, Cochise has rede med herself and today is one of the most powerful in her vindication of law and order and her wrath J at the violation of them is terrib'e. Five men have hem jus ly condemned by her citi zens to be banged, and it now hut remains for her people to see that these murderers are hanged, as Ihey deserve. Tijk temper of the Cochise con people is such that the del; u j execution of the Bhlf iTrtiercrs is likely to lead to jnfailar asser tion of the laws' supposed rrcroga lives. - The murderers were duly triid, had til the chance lhy could art to estohlish their innocence, and hy the most overwhelming and con clusive evidence they were proven guilty of the most cowrd!y mur der that ever has disgraced the Ter ritory. A motion for a new tiial will be heard on Monday, and should the motion b granted through the technicalities of the law. while the fuels have so conclusively con demned, there is little doubt that red iusvee will assume her cost conclusive power. nion Pacific Railroad Com- jj, by its piggishnets, has stirred up a hornets' nest. About lac mid- ule of last month the company brought suit in the Court of Claims to recover $1,000,C00, which it claimed due it for transportation. It tianspires, however, that the Union Pacific Company has never yet paid anything iu cash to the sicking fund, as required by the Tburman bill, and that under that act tho read now owes the Govern ment over $8,000,0(50. Measures are now being taken to compel the com pany to hand over the little balance of $7,C00,0C0. The holdness and persistence of the great railroad corporations of the west in their de mands and attempts upon the public funds ar.d domain has become so res markahle thst the probability is that in the near future the senti ment of the people will show up in a general war upon all great corpor ations of like character. Indeed, at the present time the cry is, "Down with monopoly,'' and it is likely to gather force as it continues. If, la the future, these corporations, and such as these, find a hard struggle to maintain themselves against op pressive legislation, they will have no one to blame more than them selves in bringing such o state of affairs about by attempting such outrages upon the public as that to which we have just alluded is con, section with the Union Pacific road The Gazette seems to bo sorely troubled about Republican Territo rial aff.iirs, and is very much afraid that party is not able to manage its own business, and that McCormick and Levi Bash ford will pocket the Republican Territorial Convention. Allow us to soothe your fears, dear e. c. The Hon. Levi Bashford is as much a citiz. n of the Territory as yourself; tv n more 'of a citizen than yourseif, by the investment of several millions of dollars in our Territorial business arM propeity, and by a residence, the btginuin of which dates back to a time when the e. c. quill drj.ver was merely among the possibilities of the future. Furtliermorj, if the e. c. q. d. knew of whom or what he scribbles he would know that the Hon. Levi BashfiTd is not a man that will be little his self-respect' by crowding himself in wl:ere he is not If the Republicans of the Territ ask him to be a delegate to the Na tional Convention and they cm do no better he will doubtless be there in that capacity; if they should choose some one else. Sir Iia-hford will be very fur from even a word of interfercice or a single obtrusive net. Of the man McOorniick we know little, and that little is not remarka bly favorable, but our e. c. can ad. minister to its b-iweld a do?o of par- goric and rest easy as to the Repub licans of the Territory ; if they should conclude to mr.ke a Deaio- crat out of McCorm:ck because of the un-Rcpu hlican ronduct of steal ing the delcg.-icy to the National Conven'ion there will probably be much j"y in the Democratic camp, aud regrets by one oniy. They who read carefully the de position of J. Addison Reavis, pub lished in yesterday's Herald, can come to but nno conclusion, and that 13, first, thai h;a claim is founded on no jnst and valid grant; that if there ever were original papets, copies of which he prrlenili to have, they in n.i wise referred to tlie section of country lie is emit avi riug to cover by them; that he makes a strong ffort to; make it appear that the P. II. Ii. Company is backing him, which is the he. t of evidence hat lli y arc not doing ?o ; that he is arxior.s t h -.ve it understood that the business is extensive, :inl that lis lackoys and sgcits are to nu merous ho cannot recall their names or htmioerf ; run. her, thai lie is anx- Jie impression should go heavy c rpira;ior8, such tis the Silver Kin Mining Compan- and the S tithrrn P..citic Hailroad Company recognize his right and buy from him. Tot he fails to swiar that ho has tv?r rrceivtd a cent from either eif thorn for his !n- tciest in tho property claimed by them, on account of the Peralta grant. He swears thit Barn-y psiel him $5,000, and yet he very adroitly fails to swear that this mo toy ws paid to him on account of his c'ai in through the Pernli grant, nor does he remember whit b'-.nk p.iJ the mom y, or nn whst bink the check was diawn. In tdiorf, his sworn statement as to the basis' of his claim, and the facts connected with it, is the mere-st fabrication, that any man having a just and legal right to a propeity wou'd never have made, anel won:d be ashamed of. The story as to tne documentary evi dence he has, or that there is in ex istenc, is itself evidence of the cols lusion and patching up ol what lias never had the leat reference in the world to what he now claims to ba the Peralta grant ; and it is a strange circumstance indeed that he has a photograph of a rasp of this prop erty, while the original is n t lo be found. Fraud is no nstne lor the business. IAW AB1D1S, From the Epitaph we clip the fol lowing cotes respecting the tril of the Bisbee mnrderers and the verdict of "guilty as charged," which was found : "In obed;ance to the request of Judge Pinney, not a found of appro bation or otherwise came from tho vast crowd that thronged the court room when the verdict was render ed. Kelly remarked when he 'and his pals were remended to jail, 'AVell boys, hemp seems to be trumps.' "Tex" Howard, w ith all his bra vado, was thy first one who offered to "squea'i". His squeals were not listened to by Mark Smith and Judge Robinson, the prosecuting of ficers. Delaney, in his connection with the Bisbee murders and since has proved himself the shrewdest ruffin of tbem all. Who would have thought two years ago, that five men could bo hanged in Cochise county at one time. Yesterelay was the grandest day Cochise conuty has ever sen. How muoli better H was to let the law take its course. The cemnsel appointed to defend the prisoners did all in their power but the task wks hopeless. Murder and robbery in Cochise county is piayed out. All honor to I he brave Bisbee men who listened to reason and allowed the majes'y of the law to be main tained. Judge Pinney presided in the most dignnfieeJ and impartial manlier.'' f wanted v vc "7?$? 1 ROBERT TODD LINCOLN SeorctRry of Vi'f.r, nd I'roml nentlr 3fcnt!enel as tho ICcpnblioau fSc-miuee for FrcAitti-r.t . A Brief SltctcU of Ufa Life Robert Toild Linceiln, Secretary of War, is the oldest and unly surviv ing son .of Abraham Lincoln, and was born at Springfield, 111., August 13, 1843,. He received a good edus CHtion in the common schools of that city, but concluded his propar- atoiv course at Exeter, N. II. I entered Harvard College from which he graduated in 1864. After his graduation he received a commission as captain, and saw considerable service iu the field, but because of his youth he was kept a close coji pardon to his father at the While House the greet r part of the time. After the exciting scenes of his father's assnssination he settled in Chiraao, where he etuelitd law, aud was in a few years admitted to the bar. He then began the practice of his profession in that city, anil se cured the management of several large estates and many eastern in surance companies who loaned large sums of money on Chicago real estate. In attending to these trusts Mr. Lincoln developed supe rior executive ability. lie moiried the only daughter of cx-SeereUry James U'irlan. During the Chicago Convention Mr. Lincoln was nn ardent i dvocata of the nmiuntitn i t General Grant, ard pre-sided at the immense Grant meeting held in Chicago a lev. days befoie the nomination of the Presi dency was made Before that period his only active efforts in politics had been u a member of a citizens' com mittee formed in Chicago to effect a reformation and purification in IcchI political riTiiirs. President Oilfield's selection of Mr. Lincoln f r Si cret ry of War was due to a determination to honor the name of our groat war I rtsi- d nt, ,-tnd so sarisfae-torj' w as hid ad ministration of the War Department during President Gurfiold'a incum bency iliat Presieler.t Arthur retained Mr. Lincoln in the Cabinet, anel now fi:.ds him piominently mentioned as a President ial candidate. Mr. Lin coin disclaims any ambition for further polirical preferment, but his modest, unassnmi.'g manner oniy induces his cdinirers to more earn estly advai ce his claims. Se'cre ary Lincoln is one of the most popular officials that the War Department has ever been under, aud in social and political circles, regardless of his party affiliations, he is a universal favoiite. In form and fentnre Mr. Lincoln ha9 r,o re se'inblance whatever to his Illustri ous father, but in executive ability and an intuitive comprehension of public affairs he ha certainly in herited the sterling characteristics of Abiaham Lincoln. SECRET SOCIETIES, Arizona Chapter Xo. I,K A. 3I Sttcd e.-nvocaiions on the second Monday ui fich month, at 7 :30 p. m. in Masonic Hall, bojouruinfr com panions in good standing are cor tlially invited. M. W.Kalks, H. P.; F. A. Sit aw, Secretary. A rizona Lo.lso Xo. J, T. A A. a. Holds staU'd meetines on the Tues day on or preceding tho full onoon, at 7:&0 p. m ., in Alasonic Hall. So journing brethren ;i ;cdu Mantling are fraernixllv invit d to attend, ts. E. Pattok, W. il.; r. F. HcNulty, Secretary . EXAMINING COMMITTEE JoimT-ALfAr, SI. W. Ealks, W, F. McNclty, E. Gaz. I. O. O. F. Phoenix Lode No 2 meets in Odd Fellow' Hall every Saturd:t3 even tng, at 7:bC p. in. Visiting brethren in trood standing are invited to at teitel. Lincoln Fowler, N. G.: J. E. VVhakton, Sacrecary. A. O. V. W. Phoenix Lodsre No 5 Regular meetings every Wednesdiy evening, at 7 p. m., in Masonic Hail. All members in good standing are invi ted to attend S. D. Lount, M . W. ; Jos. Campbell, Recorder. it. or r. Phoenix Lodge No. 2. Holds reg ular convocations on the first and thirel Fridnys of each month, at 7:30 p. m., in Masonic Hall. S. E. Pat ton, C. C; II. W. Kyder, K. of R. & S. GOMPLETE For FL0UH MIL $675. L French Burrs, Bolt.Smatters, K levators &c Portable Corn Will and Corn Shelters For Farmers, immm a isxlles mil Send for Pamphlet and Price Lift. TUB SIMPSON & GAULT MFO . CO. Established 1811 , CINCINNATI.O N PROFESSIONAL l-KAHK 1 .OX, JOflBPH tlXrsSLl CoX & CAMPBELL, Attorneys at Law tyOFFICE In IrTina ImlldlKg. C. A, TWEED. cf W. A. HAKCOCB, cbbnsiiaw. TWEED. HANCOCK & CRENSHAW. Attorneys-at-Law. Land biisines made a speciality JE fltlKSIX. AU1ZOXA. MeFmibst Poster, Jzrrt Millat. PORTER Sl MILLAY, Attorneys and Counselors At L3W. WnliinirtoH St. nar Center St. 1'IICENIX. - - AHIZOJSA . T.OSBOJ?riE, IVI D. Physician and Surgeon Otnee on Center Street, Three Doors North of Washington street Ph.enix, A I. H. N. ALEXANDER, Attorney-at-Law. OFFICE Irvine's Block, Room 1 Pnexsix, Arizona. 8. O. MORFORD, Ataf ui Ccrcakr al la?, JF Caiitorn'l Street, SAX FUA.vc;wto. J. T. AtsAr, A.C'.Bahh, ALSAP &. BAKER, Attas ud CcaslEs'at lw OFFICE OlA 4:oiirtrBIou8i. Phoenix. A. T. n. R. Vatr ck, P. K. nicKET, lo:ary Public. Civil LnjiiMr. PATRICK & HSCKEY, Real Estate Assents, TASPS SUKYKYKD, SUB-DIV lUf-U, J rd Sold on Comm;i-iin, Tracslers n(TatiMf I'll. Convpvnnrea m&de. Honbea te Heat und Rents collactd, Tuxes paid nnd Office im Courthouse Block, PhssniX, A.T. J. E. WHARTGH, D., U. S. Examining Surgeon, OFFICE AND mSFEXSAttY: Adams St., near Maricopa St., PiKENIX, ARIZONA HER3ERT R. PATR CK, Civil' Enginee", V. K. Bepniy Jfiuersl hurveyr for Arizona. Stdidivision of land a specialty. Office Opposite Post OSice. O. L. MAHONET, M. D., Physician and Surgeon . NORTH SIDE OF PLAZA, PKfflrsix Arizona HAS MADE DISE-' dES fF THE EYE a specialty for more tban Eighteen Tear, and witl continue to make this branch of the profession a specialty, but ao to the exclusion ol a general practice Medicine and burgery . fclnS. E. A. INGALLS ,f1.D. Physician and Oculist. (of Michigan University) IVE3 special attention to Obstr 7 trie? and llNeajHM9 of Women On Montezuma street, one block soueh of the Piaza, V!3G!NIA fvlAHCNEY, M.D. OFFICE WiTH DR- O. L. MA HONEY, at the Phoenix D.ug Stoe, Washimcton Street. PH03NIX ARIZONA. fllce hours lla. m lSto 3j. m; too O. J. TIIIBODO, M. D. AND DEALEH IN DRUGS, f ECICIr.ES, K0 T0tET ARTiC Porfumtry, Brushes, etc. Opposite the PostofSce. ELEGANT JEWELEY, Fine Engraving. AT Ishael Miller's Jeweler's Emporium. FlIOENIX, AllIZONA. E"A11 tvrlt warranted. J3 At W, T. Woods; Thoenix News Depot, opposite the 1'ostofBce, Washington St. SOT... LEWIS, Zi. W. KALES Kales & Lewis CORRESPONDENTS! fhe 9ank of California, San Francisi 0 Messrs. Caiiilaw & Co, New York w ILL PURCI7ASE OR AD- vance oh golel and silver Bul lion, County bonds and warrants, Discount commercial paper, recieve deposits repayable o demand, nn dcrtake collections and transact a GiiiiL Bak.'3 Bmnrij, RT0ce hoari, fiom 1 A. . t 4 r. THE FIRST NATIONAL 9 PHOENIX - ARJZONA. CAPITAL - - $50,000 Saml. A. Murpht President i. J. Mubphy V. Pres't Wm. Chkisty Cashier E. J. Bennett A. CaEhier DIRECTORS ! iAM'L A. MUKPHY, W. J. MtTRPHY, Wm. Chkisty, E J. Bbksett, Wn. D. Fulwiler. Receive deposits, make collect ions buy acd sell exchange, discount commercial paper and do a general banking business. WOOci hocr frcm 8 . m. to 4 p. in Ceo. D. Clark, WatchmakerJavvele WASHINGTON STEILET At Er. Kosson's otDcs, tear the postoffioe rnaix. - at Repairing flue watches made a Speciality. New Jewelry Store ! J. T. HOHD, Practical Watchmaker and Jeweler. Three Doors West of the Back Exchang Opposite tho Plaza. "Watches, (.'loctcsand Jewelry re paired oi cleaned on short notice. All work waruted. RAILROADS & STAGES. $. p. 1. 1. c! im. Trains at SViaricepa; f. Af P.M. DAILY Passrn per t .ri.yj Train wstward, via Yu ma, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, eronnecting at Lathrop with Hie AN autic Ijspress 1 rain lor CStorkton. Sacramento, Ojrdcn, and Omaha. Sleeping car attached from Deminjj, N. M.. o Oakland, Cal. .-. A. M. DAILY Pa?senger 4r.T:e) Train eastward, via C asa Grande (stagea for Florence and Globe) Tucson, Benson, (for Tomb stone') AVillrox, San bimon, and Denting, El Paso, connoctiusj for all points north, east, southeast, an Mex ico. Through freight and emigrant train 4 :45 a. m. T. H. GOODMAN, Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Aiit. A. N. Towsb, Gen'l Supt GILMER, SALISBURY & CO. STAGE LINE. JAS. STEWART, Supt- Stntra leaves Phorcix at 10 a. m. for Prescott, via Seymour and AVick- enbtirg. on Jiondays, Wednesdays, and X ridays. Keturnin stapc ar rives at 3 p. m.. on Tuesdays, Thurs days and Saturdays. biage leaves Iiocnix daily at 11 a. m. fer 1'rescott via Blnck Canyon and Gillett. Upturning stages ar rive daily at 9:30 a. m., from Pres1- cott, via same route. Stace leaves Phoenix daiiv at 13 m. and at 4 p. m., for Maricopa and. returniug, arrives at i a. in. and 9:1'0 a. in. Amckct or tub BAMX OF ARiZONA, mm 63 In all Sorts of and Clothing of the Latest Styles, of which we have n Imn8ii0B Also the largest and Most Complete Stock of In Arizona, for tain an Entirely Separate Department and where everything desirable may be found. Family Groceries anil ProYisions ! Sufficiently Large and Varied to Supply the Ail Goods of the Best Quality and as low as they can be had anywhere. Northwest Corner PiazaTand Washington St., HOETIIX - - - m m uiiiesi House 1 1 TT 0 HI i I 1 PIONEER mmm m m a u u b a u m 5 sf w mi ANNUAL CLE A to make room foroar Spring Stock. We have fully determined to make room, and - hare put all of our stock down to lied liock but goods Must be Sold. In Dry Goods. Fancy Goods, Clothing, Furnish ing Goods, licota and Shoes, Hats, etc., we are now selling at I rices xs ever Before Known in the Valley. Call and Examine for Yourselves. Our stock is Complete, in All Its Branches, being the LARGEST House in the Yalley, we c:in offer better prices in each and every department than any other House in Central find it to their advantage Car load of Studebaker load of Studebaker Buscgies, all kind, the best i.nd cheapest in the market. Glidden's close Barbed Wire, Aulieuser Busch Beer, for which we are Sole Agents Remember our Clearance Sale for SI XXV DAYS OfJI.Y. Goods must be sold to make room. OrderfB from ? distance Plioeflix teery. Wst It'diihlnxton Htrevt. PHOENIX ARIZON A. Fruit ssi tassialTrsas of All Eistb, Grape Cuttings, Etc. st lowest cash prices: ?. E. Farrington, Proprietor. Kotico For Publication. Land OKrlut a ! f'tr. son AnIo, Ki-tjrn r "tli. !,. t li ci iveTr tltut Uic i"-i-iiriit u i-.tir ii f iltJn- lice t'iiti"i bo :iiiKf Uiin i'looi' in cipl't.r; i . n ' i ,ui :itn; itni 'inn y "oci wi! u- n tiic ii i'or Mou i) II. I'inncy, JuOe tf itir Jtiti li -Trie I'ourt, :t ; ii i 3 CiiH:nb(tr-- In i-'fioe r, tn ioim 'UMv- meOH Vr -ni; ii- .f J'ho.-n-js. lnrico- i'i ounty. Arizona, r'o: li- r-e 4 uf sec 1, t( 1 n. : 2 f (V X : ti ,v M . una nAiiifs Hit! f -jjnvi:i: i- i- v.--( nc-.-i a. iz : John 1s:imc -'et M- N'i-Noi Will am 1. osbarn aikii Tuomita H-acim;n. k:1 of Plioenix, Arizo. a. Hi pi tor. Firat inroHcMtion Fi'lrnnry M h.l-tl Dry Goods and ortnjer which we' main entire valley. Arizona. II mi alley ! ! y a i Ay GE SALE. rrices. i o baits ottered, Arizona. The public will to call on us pj Wagons, all kinds. Car Also a CAR LOAD of promptly filled. 6. m. (fflmon, IMPORTER, Booliseller, Stationer AND GENERAL SCHOOL FURNISHER. ALSO Circulating Library. Ptiotogiapli Gallery a' tin; tear. Ef Rcinriiiber the old ttaud, two doors east of post olhcu. For Sa5e. ft FEW UIVrKS OF FRST-CT ASS - Italian uees. lnqiii-e ol Fhank Cox f GUSS ELLIS 4?a 5 E I I I MI.I.IIIMII e II. S, CROCKER & CO IIllpotIIlg, Mercantile Job Primers, Lithographers A1TD T3T A TIT?- T!nnt? 215, 217 and 219 BUSH STREET, 8AN FRANCISCO. .PnODtlCElt OF. PURE WINES Vineyard, Cellars axd Distillery: ST. HELENA, NAPA Sen! orders Or J. J. DICKINSON, Traveling No. 5, Hyde H. GOLDBERG, At tho eld stand, next door to the Bank Exchange Hotel, SROGERIES AND PROVISIONS ! Of the Best Quality, Familv Supplies Also a well-selected rid Shoes, liars, f urnishing (joous, Arc. (jroods Delivered free H PRE5COTT, SAMUEL, HILL. Wholesale aud Retail . De-alers ia Tinware, Granite and Agate Ironware, Pumps, Pipe-fitting anel windmills a speeiaity W. W- ViGUS, Business Manager.- . 1 i iifii ip Wholesale DEALER m v c fr r - HQ KIM CARPETS, BEDO nEa,r2.n.feict"ui.rr of Parlor Furniture, Lounges, Bed Lounges, Easy Ohairs, Pat ent Rockers, Parlor Sets in straight suits and in group suits MADE TO 0PvDERl Agent for Eldredcje Sewine ilachine and the autod matic or self-folding fcchool Uesk. instruction sent on application. TUCSON - - CATTLE! FANCY POULTRY, Berkshire and I have some Fine Short-Born or Bulls tSCircul:trs and Price List p Address, r r 111 IS t K I I M I V) -A Station lND ... ?T A TiTTTT? A HWTT'D TZT5 & BRANDIES COUNTY, CALIFORNIA to CHARLES KRUG, St. Helena. Agent. St., San Francisco. F.lade a Specialty. stock of Dry Goods, Boots of Cliarge. GOLDBERG AND PHCENIX Agents for ALTHOUSE WINB5IILL- Jcb Work d Rejairis Promptly Dene. East Washington street, Near the Phoenix Hotel. and Retail fc, Etc. Pric Lisian- - - Arizona for sale. IN8, E V v - FoIand-Chi'na