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KEAV SEMES- VOL XI. NO 19. FHCENIX, MAEICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JULY 10. 1884. W1IOLE NO. 1725. It is -aid tbi.t i lie price of whisky Las mist din Chicago. . Orn Uacllrg Republicans nru bad )y cist i'owd these days. The sl dee. .lamnxr ditri' ila f the organ ov r tie wry has ut'douMc:lly knocked Blnine and the Republican party out of (he ring. I;r. C. C. O. Tonkeix of Sin Franrbco is about lo start on a lec t.uiirg tr-ur to tit-East in the intrr tr'p of the wrrklng c'ufg as against the Chinese. He tskcs with him. by wiij of living illustrntions two ith such a leader at the head of the paity we cnn sec no reason why the Dmirrrntic pnity ought not to be badly worsted in the coming cam pnign. It ought to be so bndjy sir k that no bubble would ever reach !ho turface when it ignores such gentlemen nd a' do at d tried states men as Tuurman a;.d Btyurd fur an accidt-'iital fmal! political victor, and jl now lroks veiy much as though thai is what the Convention which meets to-morrow is g"ing to do. TELEGRAPHIC- "The Republican Indepcndcn rr.r.verrunt," as Curtis pmpruly pi cr.our.ced cases et C'h:ne.-e lepers. J deuoniinutc s it, when sifted down to the facts of the matter, consists of A good suggestion was made in rur pMEttce the oilier day to the effect that the Salt River valley 1. u?d have a r rjresei.tiitive at the Otleans Exro.-ition next fall wilt a full line of the products of the valley, to work in the interests cf this valley especially in talking tip and presenting its resources where it would do the most good for trade and settlement. Hon. A . U. Baker of this place squarely announces himself as a candidate for Democrat x nomina tion as Delegate to Congress. Air. Baker is a young, able and ambiti ous politician who could doub'.lcss be able to make things interesting for the Republican nominee, but then we fear he has some heavy weicrhts to lift in the Democratic Territorial Convention if be makes the first stake and considerable more if he succteds ou the home stretch. Phoenix and the Salt River val ley is just now repeating the moni tions of last year in a somewhat in tensified manner regarding1 the" mcessity for railroad communica tion wi'.b outside marke's. As mat ters now stand we can see little use for our farmers to spend their time aud money raising crops that barely or do not cover expenses. B.ttcr raif e just enough to clothe and fet d themselves and supply the wants of the valley,' and keep out of debt. what? First and loudrst, George W. Curtis: the bung-hole of the col apsed CoiikliDg cask, tbroiil whom Conkling, always threwd and sly, continues to pour the dregs of his hatred of Blaine and the msjori ty of the Republican party, know-in- full well that no one will be drown-. ed by them, but hi ping to annoy by the disgusting stench which is all the force there is left in the rotten stuff. Sccoud, after the Conklirg bung- hole, cornea foreign opposition to the principles of the Republican party, as voiced by the New York Times and a few ather foreign-born papers and aids and abettors of the foreign land grabbers that are seizing on millions of acres of the laide of the Uuited Slates, hoping, doubtless, to enfoice. in time, the horrors of their system in Ii eland. Third, then comes Ben Butler's Republican adherents in Matsachu- setts under the name oE "Indepen dent"!! who would destroy Blaine's support in that State, so far as they can, in tue interest oi ine mosi per sistent and scabby demagogue the world has ever s?en. Summed up, the "movement" con sists of malice alien Interference and demagogue fanaticism, and must necessessarily fall to pieces, as it will, by the weight of its own un principled carcass. In the nominulion of James O. Blaine to be the candidate for the Piesidcncy of the United States by When they do this a railroad will be the Republican party, there was a built here quickly enough. As matters now stand the busi Bess is carried far beyond the finan cial capacity of the valley, a; d far beyond the ability of the valley to move its crops and realize anything for them. It don't pay. When '. farmers can command good price Dibni v is plenty in all channels of buMuess and limes are brisk. But they might hare all the wheat or barley In the wo. -Id piled up here at ten cents per bushel and they would be none the better off ; in fact thej would be worse off. We should not judge from the tone of Dem cratic cotemporaries that that party ia seeking a capable, able man for its nominee, but rather that It seeks a man who will embody the greatest number of chances of. beating the Republican nominee. If that party sought the proper man for the office their would be no talk of Cleveland as the nominee of the party. In the name of all intelligence what has Cleveland done, what is he that he shou.d be made President of the United States? He has no ricoid as a statesman, no particularly dis tinguishing ability of any kind ; he most gloiious victory of the really Independent Republicans; the peo ple at large are opposed to bossism and machine bosse. Ihe great purifying Republican movement which began six years ago to sweep corruption frcru the party triumph- d. Bossism is crushed within the party. A flood of popular indigna tion has betn turned trirougn me Augean stabies where the bosses tethered their defiling herds, and they have been swept clean, even the bosses going down with the flood of putrefaction. The present so-called indepen dent nuvemcnt, includes none of that powerful wing of the Republican party as it has existed in Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York, and, in fact, all over the Union, for the past few years, and which to-day has swallowed the whole party except the spew which now attempts to take on the name of "Independent'' and hypocritically assume virtues that have never been known to abide where its lead ers have showu themselves. Regenerated and purified the Re publican party has doubilees enter ed on a new lease of life. Any party that has the power within itself to kick out corrup'.iou, chekc was never heard of outside of his o n Slate previous to his election to off the thieves th '.t attempt to take be Governor of that State. He was lodgement under its cloak, and pre elected Governor of the State of Eent to the pei-ple acd Ihe world the New York by an overwhelming pure priLci pies of a fclf-redeemed majority and this is the whole and sole reason that his name is even mentioned or thought of to-day in onection with the Democratic nomination for President. V hy - was he elected Governor" by such a majority? Simply because the great body of the Republican party in that - Stale, Independent in spirit, disgust ed by the cprrupt bossism that wae i, rapidly leading their party to de struction, determined with one voice that the corruptionists must be taught that the pure principles of the people must and would prevail and that corruption must go to the slnms where it belonged. Accord ingly the body of the New York Republicans voted against their own party when they saw . nothing but thieving bosses offered for candi dates as agair..-t a personally and politically pure Democrat. It via a g:and. a characteristic act of Republicanism. By it Cleveland was made Governor of New York and from no other cause under the sun. ... Bat be carried New York by a greatmajority and hence is a quali fied Democrat. for the high office of .President, as things now appear. political b"fly, 13 worthy the confi dence of the Ameiican people and will enjoy that confidence to the fullest extent. No name, no mask, no cloak of virture over a body of corruption, -do tricks, uo threats, no attempts, no malice, no sarcasm, no abuse, no vaunting, no attempt at subornation, the weapons and tools of the Conkling Bung Hole and his lilipulion following can ever divert-l the attention of the people from the magnificent powers of, recuperation and puiificatiou of the Republican party and its grand principles em bodied ia its present nominee for the presidency. TIT E KECtlVEK AT TRESCOTT LAND OFFICE. Washington, July 3. Chester Thomas, of lopeka, has boen nomi nated as Receiver of Publie Moneys at i rescott, Arizona. DEATH OP NATHAN STEVENS. St. Lou s, July 3. Nathan Stev ens, general weiterii agent of the Pennsylvania railroad, died tins morning. He has been connected with the Pennsylvania railroad for many years aud is well-known throughout the West. DISCHARUINO EMrLOTBKB. San Francisco, July 3. United States Surveyor General B:own dis charged to-day thirty-five employes of his department through failure of the appropriation of money for salaries. bcmor denied Cairo, July 3. The rumered res ignation of Nubar Pasha, prime minister, is denied. THE POLAND SUFFERERS. St Petersburg, July 3. The Czar has given $100,000 for the re lief of sufferers of inundated Po land. the franco china treaty. Paris, July 3. It is reported that France demands 500,000,000 francs of China as indemnby for violation of the Franco Chiuu treaty at Lung-sone. THE CnOLEBA. Marseilles. July 2. All vessels arriving from the infected ports are prohibited from landing passengers. Toulon, July 2. Six deaths oc cured from cholera between six last night and noon to-day. London, July 2 Advices from Toulon state that five cases of cholera were cured by inhaling pure oxygen. The effects of this is immediate and consists in restoring warmth to the system, making the pu'se nominal. The Times, commenting on the cure, says: "Nervous persons may hence forth irust in the existence o.f a cure fur cholera, The academy of medi cine ought to inquire into the oxy gen treatment." Marseilles, July 2. Brrttier, a Parisian actress, while taking part n a play in a theatre here to-night, heard that a spectator had been eized with cholera, and she abrupt ly fled to Paris between the scenes in her theatrical costume. The money was refunded to the audience. cholera. Toulon, July 5, Seven deaths from cholera hero since Inst night. The oxygen cure is unsatisfactory. MEXICAN PENSIjN BILL. Washington. July 5, The House r sumed consideration of the Mexi can peiision bill, but so much repo sition was manifested against the measure that it- progress is rendered very slow. Tow nsind said in re sponse to an inquiry the Hou?e would not adjourn till the bill was passed, FOR TII.DEN IN SriTKOF HIS LETRER. Chicago, July 4 The California delegation brought word that from fifteen to twenty prominent Califor nia Democrats would be here Satur day to open elaborate headquarters and work in the interest of Justice Field. The California delegates. however, have announced that they will ii augurale a campaign against Mr, Field. Their tff.rss will be given to secure the nomination of Mr. Tilde;! ia spite of his letter, but if that should prove impossible they will work and vote as a unite for Thurman. The national sub-committee requests that ss soon a: tlx va:ious delegations have peifected their organization they will send a list f their chairman, vice presi dents aud committeemen to the National Convention rooms at the Palmer House, aud it is requested that such notification be sent in as early as possible. NOMINATIONS . Washington July 5. The nomi nation of Clarence Pullen of New Mexico, for surveyor General of N ew Mexico, and R P. Wheeler, Ii.diana, agent of the Indians, Pirn agency, have been sent to the Senate. AOMKCT OF THE J BANK OF ARIZONA. I SOL. LEWIS, M. W. KALES is & Lewis BARKERS, PhCENIX, ' CORRESPONDENTS: The Bank cf California, San Fran cist. 0 Messrs. Laiiilaw & Co, New York ILL PURCHASE OR vance on ffold and silver AD-Bul- Ml, Kilter & Ci 1 rS S9 kS3 1 lion, County bonds and warrants, Discount commercial paper, recieve deposits repayable oa demand, un dertake collections and transact a iiANK'.YO BusrNBSS lar-OEce hours, fiora 9 A. u. to 4 P. The Valley In all Sorts of Dry Goods and and Clothing of the Latest Styles, of which we have The Clifton Clarion of July 2nd says: Clifton is now favored every afternoon with cooling showers. . . . Sheriff Stevens is kept very busy now a days. In addition to bis usual official duties, many attachment suits are bting brought in the Gi'a valley against the grain crops now being harvested .Well posted parties have placed Ihe number of beef cattle that will be shipped from New"Mexiee this fall, at between S0.C00 and 100.0CO, a larger number than has ever been shipped in any tvv previous years. . . .Four balls in Cliftoa on July 4tb, Lton, July 2. One case of chole ra has appeared here. Paris, July 2. Yice Admiral Peyron, Minister of Marine, has issued a circular asking for sub scriptions to open a fund for the relief of sufferers from the cholera, belonging to the Davy. Toclton, July 2. The cholera has spread to villages iu this vicini ty, and four deaths have occured. Rome, July 2, The Pope has ordered members of Ihe priesthood ia all cholera infected districts to remain at their posts and has placed fui ds at the disposal of the bishops. Malta, July 3. All the vessels arriving from Tou:on are subjact to twenty day's quarantine. Rome, July 2. The guards at Vintimiglia, the Italian frontier, are stopping refugees from Mar seilles from passing into Ilally. A FATAL SHOOTING AFFKAY. Santa Barbara, Cal., July 3. A fatal shooting affair occurred on Santa Rosa Island, ab.)Ut thnty miles from here, yesterday morning. Alex. P. Moore, the owner of the island, had a number of men em ployed, among them one Chinaman named. Geo You, who seems to have been very quarrelsome. Mr. Moore was about to leava the island on his schooner when Gee You wanted to come; Moore said he sheuld not; Gee You said he would, and then attempted to get aboard, whereupon Moore drew his revolver and struck tl-e Chinaman over the head. The Chinaman jumped up and drew his knife and starttd for Moore when Moore shot him in ths forehead. Moore then came over here bringing the Chiaaman who died from the effects of ihe wounds this morning, Moore gave himself up but is out on a $5000 bond to await an inqut-st on the body this evening. On account of Moore's immense wealth tht case causes considerable excitement. TAMMANY HALL. New Yore, July 5 The Tam many Hall delegates left for Chicago by the New York Central this morn ing over six hundred strong on a train of sixteen cars. Irvin Hall delegates left by the Erie road this morning. THE CALIFORNIA DELEGATION. Chicago, July 5. State Senator Spencer of California said to an As sociated . Press representative, "the caucus of the California delegates was held this morning, but nothing of Importance was accomplished, owing to the absence of two mem bers, A full delegation will be present to-night at their meeting, at which they will aeside what ac tion will be taken on th tariff plank, and their committee on resolutions will voice the sentiment of the dele gation. The California delegation will represent the Pacific slope del egation, composed of California, Oregon, Nevada and possibly Colo rado, to work as a unite on all quess lions of mutual interest to the far west. Nothing in the way of poll ing of interest has yet been effected, however, owing to the absence of ' delegates from Nevada and Oregon to disinfect the mails. Washington, July 5. To avid the possibility of importing cholera from France into this counlry through the mails of the British Government will be required to thorough y disinfect all French mails passing through England to this country. new rr-RK delegation. CniCAGo, July 5 The Tammany delegation hung out the red banner at tne i-aimer House Uiis morning and the New York county Demccra cy also hoisted their placard. The most widely diverging reports are current of the comparative strength of the respective candidates in Ihe delegation. Clevela 'd and Flower adhere:. ts both slout'y claim a ma jority of the delegates and it is cou cided by both wings that Senator Baj'ard has a following. It was ex pceted that the caucus ot the New York delegation would be held this evening, but owing to the announce ment oi Chairman that the causus would not be held without full num bers, a postponement was necessary. The caucus will probably be held touiOerow. INTER-STATE COMMERCE. Washington, July 5. In the Senl ale today the inter-State commerce bill was brought np. Miller, of New York, moved to postpone it until December next, stating while In full sympathy with the purpose, still it was manifest that it was the most important measure of the eessien and couldn't be discussed in the time now at the disposal of the Sen ate. The motion was agreed to and .the bill goes over accordingly. CONDENSED LIGHTNING. Senator Thurman is named as per manent chairman of the approach ing Chicago Couyeniion. A train of cars fell throu rh a bridge near Salem Oregon, on Thursday. The sleepers had been cut. A number of peoplo were in jured, but none killed. C. P. Huntington has donated $1 000 to the San Francisco Young Women's Christian Association. Alex. P. Moore, a wealthy resident of Santa Barbara, shot and killed a Chinaman on the 1st instant. The shooting was done in a quarrel. B.-noni B. Rogers, an Arizona Pioneer, died at Ihe Palace Hotel, Tucson, July 1st. The Attorney General has decided that the Filz John Porter bill is clearly unconstitutional. The House has passed the Filz John Porter bill over the President's veto. It now goes to the Senate. Also the Largest and Most Complete Stock of W dfm ZHf HEZ PHOENIX - - - ARIZONA, CAPITAL - - $50,000 M n. Sherman AVi. Christy-'.. . . E. J. Bennett. . - President Cashier . . .A. Cashier DS RECTORS? M. H. Shermam. Sam'l A. SioitPHY U m. Chrioty, E J. Bennett, Guy Bennett. Receive deposits, make collections buy and seil exchange, discount commercial paper and do a general banking business. j-Offlce hours from 9a. m. to 4 p. m SECRET SOCIETIES, Arizona Chapter 2Vu. I, it A. Stated convocations on the second Monday of each month, M. V. Kales", H. P.; F. A. Shaw, Secretary. & A. 51 . Stated meetings on the Tuesdays on or preceding the full moon. S. E. Patton, W. A!.; W. F. McNulty, becretary . In Arizona, for which we main tain an Entirely Separate Department and where everything desirable may be found. Family Groceries anil Provisions ! Sufficiently Large and Varied to Supply the entire valley. s Wholesale and Retai -DEALER IfJ Shingles, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, and FIRST-CLASS BUILDING MATERIAL , L x, a if -Reasonable Rates. Lumber Yard at Corner Adams & Montezuma Streets One Block Worth of the Plaza. . S. CROCKER & CO. mporting Stationers AND 1 A17D Mercantile Job Printen Lithographers BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS 215; 217 and 219 BUSH STKEET, SAN FRANCISCO. PRODUCER OF. .- .- . PXJHE WINES & BRANDIES All Goods of the Best Quality and as low as they can be had anywhere. Northwest Corner Plaza and Washington St., PHOENIX .rszona. . TlIfETAEl), CeLXAES AND DlSTILLEHT j" ST. HEEE&A, NAPA'" COUNTT, CALIFORN1& SeniTafSSrs to CHARLES KRUG, St. b.Uas, ur d. j. UiUJilJJSON, Traveling AgSt No. 5, Hyde St., SuKSiaafilfiCfiU H. GOLDBERG, At the old stand, next door to th Bank Exchange Hotel, GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS! Of tue Best QtrALitr, Famllv Supplies fclade a Specialty Also a well-selected stock of Dry Goods, Boot nd Shoes, Hats, Furnishing Goods, ire Goods Delivered Free of Charge. ' II GOLDBERC I. O. O. F. Plioenix Lodire No 2 meeisin Odil Fellows' Hall every Saturday even, ing. Lincoln Fowier, N. G. : J. E. Whakton, Secrtcary. A. . V. W . rhoenix Lorlare No. 5 Regular meetings every Wednesday evening, in Masonic Hall. S. D. Loont.M. W. ;Jos. Campbell, Recorder. K. of P. Phoenix Lodne No. 2. meets on first and the third Fridays of each mont!', in MasoniHaI. S. E. Pat- tox, C. C; H. W. Rvdek, K. of R. k a. (. O. . T. Garden Valley N. 1 meets Mon- dav evening at Presbvterinn chape!. G.L Pearson, VV C. T.; G. M. Fow ler, W. S. RASLROABS & STAGES. . p. . . of Arizona. Trains at fifiaricopa: :40 P. M. DAILY Passenger Train westward, via Yu- lipase tllf a, Los Ancelt s, and San Francisco, connecting at Latbrop with the AN lantie Expnss Train for Stockton. Sacramento, Oi:den, and Omaha. Sleeping car attached from Deming, N. M.,7o Oakland, Cal. . . JT A. M. DAILY Passenger .4rO Train eastward, via Oasa Grande (stages for Florence and Globe) Tucson, Benson, (for Tomb -stone) Willcox, San Simon, and Deming, El Paso, connecting 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 Agt. A. N. Towse, Gen'l Supt Absolutely Pure. TUie powder never varies. A marvel o Btrent'th. purity and wlioli somenees More economical than the ordinary kinds and cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight alum or phosphate powdtra. Sold only in cans. HOTAL BAKING POWDER CO., ap5-lyw 106 Wall Bt .. New York, Arizona Stage Go. JAS. STEWART, Supt- Stage leaves Phoenix at 10 a. m. for Prescott, via Seymour and Wick enburg, on Jlondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Returning stage ar rives at 3 p. m., on Tuesdays, Thurs day and Saturdays. Stage leaves Phoenix daily at 3 p. m. fir Prescott via Black Canyon aud Gillctt. Returning stages ar rive daily at 9 a. m ., from Pres cott, via same route. Stage leaves Phoenix dxily at 10 a. m. and at 5 p. in. for Maricopa, and, returning, arrives at l p. m. ana z a. m. Barnes Patent Foot & Steam Power Scroll Saws Circular Snwa Mortisers, Lathes Tenoners, FORMERS, ETC. Osborn & Alexander, NUliK iKit'.VI'JI 628 Market St. San Frs'co Meci rt -n ic s -'Tools Hardware, and Machinery. Catalogue of all our Goods sent free on application 7 ' wmOmper&m., W U ilk W tksa i . g$? Lisa teat T HE FOLLOWING ONE CORKER LOT near City l'laza. with largo brick Ft ore thereon; good we and force pump, stable and out buiklinas, in the city of Phoenix. ONiS FRAME DWEtLiXS HOUSE with Ave rooms and bth 100m, adjoining the above lesci ibed prorierty. ONK LAKiJE ADOBE WAREHOUSE centrally located. Lot 40x137 feet, in the city of IJh ;enix. riWO LOTS IS THE TOWN OF MARICOPA, on the line of the Southern Pacific X Hailroiii. QSE UOUSE AND LOT IN THE TOWN OE TEMPE, Maricop connty, Arizona . For further particulars inqnireof WSV1. 3 HOOPER & CO., Phoenix or Tucson, A. T. Will open on or about Cs"1 "il. ilia CZ my Ilea PREPCOTT. , AND SAMUEL HILL - Wholesale and Retail. . Dealers in Tinware, Granite asi Agate Ironware, Pumps, Pipe-fitting and WINDMILLS A speeialty. W. W. VIGUS, Business ranagef Agents tat ALTH OtTSE WIN DM I it, Job Work a:J Rspairisf Promptly Done East Washington street, Neajf the Phoenix Hotol ' , IN THE me w Smith Building With an Extensive Stock of 3. C -A. 3ES IE B T Crockery, Wall Paper, Etc-, Etc. Everything In the Housekeeping line, which they will offer at figures within the reuch of all. til oca Mi Depot & Garmania Beer Ml, Corner Washington and Montezuma sts. i i I i fi A I Baal Bl I 1 !9 Eiia I fcj For the Celebrated Boca Bf-er, Xdie most wholesonie.deiicious ' beer m America, brewed irom i beet California v,hpvalicr har- ley and choice Russia river hops;:rewery on irucseu riv er, v.uuu lect auove at;a levev with, bebt water in America. mm Special Ralas on Bottled Beer to Saloons, FAMILIES SapphedrX,00dBaDd REASONABLE PRICES Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars Choice Kentucy Sour Mash - Whiskies a Specialty. i fi SB Hi 1 ill Wholesale and Ketail DEALER IPJ- CARPETS, BEDDING, Etc., Etc. Ea,n.TjLfe,cfULxer of Parlor Furniture, Lounges, Bed Lounges, Easy Chairs, Pat ent Hookers, Parlor Sets in straight suits and in group suits -MflADE TO 0DEI Agent for Eldredge Sewing Machine and the avttorl malic or self-folding School Desk. Price. Listan instruction sent on application. TUCSOfJ - Arizona . CATTLE! FANCY POULTRY, r Berkshire and I have Poland-China PlgG Durliair some Fir.e Short-IIorn or Bulls for sale. ("Circulars and Price List sent on application. , ; Address, AVIILIAM NlLCtf.