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: Herald.: i : ) NEW SERIES -VOL. XL NO 31, PHCENIX, MAKICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY. AUGUST 28, 1884. W1IOLE NO. 1747. j War between France and China is imminent, oi.d llie r-port to-day, though lacking confirmation, that France has declared w ar. FIrkdhick9 evidently thinks the campaign not worth much of an effort. His lelier ofj acceptance probably cost him ten minutes of thought and labor of writiojf. ' - ' - r"ETK Bolax ai d Gio. Stephens will continue to iun the county trnmmt of Graham county if they ran only be elected . Peter has con- eluded that lie hits a better tiling as District Attorney than even going to cod grew.. It is a usual thing for men who want office at the hands of a pol iti . ta! rmrty lo cme out tqttarely be fore the people, in a stiaight-forward and u.anly way, announcing ' themselves as candidates, or tbtir friends for them, through their local papers. In Maricopa county one would judge that there is no one who wants fflie or else that he ex pects to get it by some hocus p ens and don't enl it known that lie is after the pi.-ce. Awij with suoh office seekers ! The peple want m square, open deal and '.hose who are not munly enough to male themselves known - are not worthy of, nur will thy re. ceivi-, ihe FUju-ort of the voters of the cotintv. of the military control it will again begin its robbery nd plunder. In deed it is said that these Indians are even now d.iving off clock in lower Graham county and in Cochise. An appeal should be made from the citizens of this Territory and New Mi i'ho en niasB lo the Presi dent and to Congress to remove that slow old fiiualic Pric? aud give us a man at the heitd of Indiun affairs, who will consider the safrty ol wbi e settlers from alarm and murder and plunder as hi-first duty to himself his county and the great Ruler of the universe. Price seems to think his first duty is to the Indians and his second duty to get up an Indian massacre to give army contractors a chanue. which gratify me and permit me to I suit of David Avery, the man wb De present always witntn the limits n last Monday burned his wheat of the Territory. stacks to prevent levy by the consta our views a? expressed in the tie and then went gunning for his citizen article, sent me, snow con- neighbors and burning their stacks clusively that you are alive to the also The pursuers think he canno interests of Arizona. I would be escppp. The settlement is greatly most happy to know that the Terri- exi ited. Lat night after midnight tonal Convention when it next as- some one burned Avery's house and sembies, to nonnuate a Delegate, barn. The premises were unoccu would name the gentleman who pied as the members of the family heads this letter. F. A. Tkitle. TELEGRAPHIC- Were under arrest. I lie supposi tion is that Avery did it himself. SHOOTING A SAILOR. I os Anueles, Aug. 21 Late last night a shooting affair occurred in San Pedro in which a sailor named Frank Miller was shot by Samuel Philips, of the firm of Philips & -The dogged ton", i he constrain ed aud contracted manner of ex pKsfon 1 1 idfis t-get her uiihlh pai:cii of the same in the Cleve land letter of ace ptance are to the close observer a pointed exhibuioi of the characteristics of the au'.ho of that document. There seems to be a general lack of freedom and of comprehensive thought in the letter and is very much what might bo expected from an ordinary newspaper writer atti a couple of hard days woik and a debauch. '" We veulure that there is neth-.ng broad about the character of the man; nothing that by any combination of circum tances could make him even a third-class states' man. We publish elsewhere, to-day, an interesting correspondence between Gov.F. A. Tritle and fol. C. E. Dailey, ex-Receiver of Public M.-n eys, of the Tucson Land Office, which thowa Gov. Triile's position at Iht time the correspotdem-e took place, regarding bis candidacy as Delegate to Congress, and in which tbe00Ternor suggests in a most fe licitous manner fce-.name of Col. Dalley, himself, as a veryroper one to be considered by the Repub lican Territorial Convention when it meets. The suggestion Is ft good one and in the line of the Governor's keen appreciation of integrity and busi ness ability, coupled with a knowl edge of Col. Dai ley's long experi ence as an employe of the U. 8. Senate and his thorouh acquaintance with many public men. and the man ner of handling legislation In the halls of our national legislature. The Republicans of the Territory can well take into consideration the .name the governor suggests. Tbi Epitaph incommenting on Jo Campbell's letter in reply to the circular from the National Repub lican Committee published in the "organ" a day or two since remarks: "Campbell doubtless thinks his communication 'smart,' but stnsible men of either parly will consider a man who accepts office under an administra'ion opposite to his own politics and then abuses its confi dence, is at least a detestable iograte unworthy the respect of decent people. As for a man who would appoint surh a thing, words fail to express our contempt." Not too heavy neighbor; Zabris kie has at least one remarkable quality talent one might say and tha is that he never fails to ebcose bis equals or superiors to pick up the crumbs. His deputy here open ly asserts that if the Democratic party of the county has not got the office of Probate Judge for him he will throw off on the whole concern. Now we consider .the principle that ued. rlie-t that assertion as infinitely beyond - the trickery and jobbery that seems to be the underlying mo tive of the great Tucson "I am." Six years should not be too long for the presidential term of office The United States is cursed with "campaigns" and elections. At each recurrence of these political upheavals business is paralyzed. manufactories are closed, capital retires and business men neglect their business till the evil has grown to be overwhelming. The poor classes tlio-e depending on their daily toil f'r lo- d and clothing are general' the greatest sufferers, as their work in the great manufac turing business is shut off and as a result their bread Is shut off. Each year seems to increase the trouble. This year more than ever before, perhaps, is this condition most prtvalent and keenly felt. Early In the spring capital began to shut itself up in anticipation of the coming conflict and possible change of the policy of the gov ernment and our financial sffinirs. The remedy is linger presidential terms and but one term to the man, and State and county changes as in frequent as possible. Important Correpnnaenee. , . Thk people of the southeastern part of the Territory are greatly an iicye.l by Indians prowling about at great distances from the reservation ard pern rally in the direction of Mexico. There is little doubt thai the Indians are again concentrating their warlike force over the border and leaving the reservation and that wUca tUe-band consider; itself out Office Receiver of Public M OK EYS, -TrcsoN, Aktz , April 17. 1884. Hon. Fredrick A. Tkitle, Pretcott, Arizona. Sir: I have been thinking of late I oppose in common with others f the importance to this Territo ry of a proper person being nomi nnteri by the approaching conven tion to represent Arizona at Wash ington. . The many things requiring Con gressionul ac jon seem to make it imperative on the part of the people to choose the fitte.-t man to succeed our present Delegate. To that end I have cxpiessed an opinion as to the qualificat ions of one who is to serve the people in a representative capacity at the National Capitol, if we are to ex pect any measure of good to be ac complished. I this day mailed to you a copy of the Citizen containing my views as to the character of man we need, and I now write you as the one I hope will be a willing candidate for the votes of the people at the tall election . Permit me to say that your popu irity in the Territory, and your well-known qualificatioes for the duties of delegate give you a pres- ige and superior advantage over all others, and, without doubt, will make the coming campaign a suc cessful one for the Republicans, if you will but consent to the nomi nation. 1 have lived here now nearly four years without taking any hand in the ma'ter of elections.for which that being a comparative slraDger and occupying a position in which I deemed It bet to be a sileut observ er rather than an active participant in local or Territorial politics, it did not seem to be wise to lane part in matters that would necessarily divert my attention from my official duties. I am expecting now to be soon relieved by a successor in the Land office, when I propose to go Into private business, and I know of nothing to stand in the way of glvinp some :ittei.tlnn to the work of the ensuing campaign. In this I desire to see you in the field at the head of the Republican ticket; and whatever I can do to make that ticket a success, I shall be glad to contribute Very Respectfully, C. E. Dailey, Receivei of Publio Money. WniSTLER S BODY EXHUMED. Delphi, Indiana, Aug.20. This moruine the bodv or Wm. Whistler. late member of the Greely party Isen- ho ke, P boarding house at wn l,m Tl,.r,. nr.nl Uiat, piaCO. iVLlllCr Wis QrUDK atiQ two phyniciaos. Whistler's father, ajred grandfather and grandmother, a half dozen laborers and several had assaulted the clerk and after wards met Philips on the sidewalk aud attacked him. Philips, being leoorters. The body wiw exhumed m. entered his house and .nH iic.n nn.i.r ti. a i,.i of . armed himself. When he came tree near the crave. About ten ruin- ut8'de "gain Mill, r threatened an utes were required to loosen the lt, but Philips warned him lo bolts of the casket- Inside was a d. sist as he had armed himself. Notwi'hstanding this Miller attack ed him when Philips raised the pistol and fired, the ball entering Miller's neck eu the right side and p-issing nearly through. The wound is seyere and may prove fatal Philips was arrested and brought to this city, HENDRICKS ACCEPTANCE. LndianapolIs, August 20 Fol- quan ity of cotton, which was put in with the corpse to fill the coffin Whistler's remains were wrapped in muslin, and holding this in place was a hemp cord. A heavy blanket was under the body. Thi re was no further clothing. The head was covered with a cl th scull cap with i seult-fcin on the outside. Remnants of mittens were still on his hands. The face aud trunk were in good I lowing is a copy of Ex-Governor preservation. His red hair and I Hendricks' letter of acceptance of beard easily Identified him to his the Democratic nomination for the friende. All the flesh had been cut Vice Presidency: from Whistler's arms and legs; the I Ikdianapolib, Aug. 20, 1884. limbs v. ere perfectly bare of muscle; I G ntlemcu: I have the honor to the right foot, which had been fro- acknowled ge the receipt of your zer, was not touched, but every communication notifying me of my particle of flesh v as stripped from nomination by the Democratic Con- li is back. The physicians found vention at Chicago as candidate for nothing in the stomach. The doc- the office of Vice President of the tors will make no report of their I United States. May I repeat what observations unless they are asked I I said on another occa-ion ? It Is a nomination which I had neither ex pected or desired; yet 1 recognize to do so by the government. REPUBLICAN ANNIVERSARY. Strong, Me, Aug. 21 The cela- bration of the thirtieth anniversary of the birth of the Republican party, which is claimed to have occurred n this city, was held to-day. The first county convention to assume the title of "Republican" was held here Angusf 6 b, 1854. The feature was the attendance and s-peecta by James G. Hlaiue. NOVEL DKATH WARRANT. and appreciate the high honor done me by the Convention. The choice of such a body, pronouacid with such unanimity, accompanied by so generous an expression of esteem and confidence, should outweigh all my personal des'res and preferences of my own. I trust, also, from a deep sense of personal duty, that I now accept the nomina'ion, and shall abide the judgment of my countrymen. 1 have examined with Washington, August 21. Under caie the declaration of principles agent MiGillicudy, Tine Ridge adopted by the Convention, a agency, in a letter to the Comraiss copy of which you submitted to me sioner of Indian Affairs that "Son- and in their sum and substance I of-no Water" recently attempted to heartily indorse and approve the taki the .agent's life. An article In s-ime. Your obedient servant, aChicaco publication saying the (Signed) T. A. Hendricks. To the Hon Wm. F. Vilas, Chair man; Nicholas M.Bell, Secretary; and oibert of the committee of the National Democratic Committee. DENIES THE IMPEACHMENT. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 23 Wil l:am Collins, of this city, delegate to the Irish National League con- Indians had a right to kill McGilli- cuddy caused the Indian to make the attempt. He was arres'ed and held suliject to the order of the Indian Department. POLITICS IN MEXICO. City op Mexico, Aug. 21 ft is reported authoritiveiy that General Ramirez Mejia and ten priests have vention, recently held in Boston, in been shot by order of the President. an interview relative to the propo The Diario Official publishes a "Hon to trade the Irish -American nroclamaiion of the connirator. vole for the advancement of Ireland's which decrees that Gonzahs, Diaz cau?e contained in the press dis and all others engaged in the gov- patches, denies that such proposi crnment affairs hince the dissolution tion was entertained by the league at Texterpec in 1876 shall forfeit nd lbat none participating in that their lives and property. alleged conferencs acted with nu Portland, Oregon, August 21 Governor W. E Squires, the newly selected chief executive of Washing ton Territory, has returned from the east and has arrived at Olympia. An address of welcome was deliver- understood by the league that Irish affairs be kept separate from Ameri can politcs. WANTS $50,000 DAMAGES. 3an Jose, Aug. 22 R. P. WiN lim-, who for some time prior to ed by W. A. Newell, the retiring January 16m, 1884, had been em Governor of the Ten itory. At the plved as bagg.ige master and ex close of the reception the inaugural press messenger on the Southern 1 acinc coast railroad, between Santa Cruz and San r ranoisco, com menced suit to-day to recover $50,- 000 from Wells, Fargo & Co , for alleged malicious prosecution and false imprisonment. Williams was formerly in the employ of the de ceremonies follownd. hendrick's letter. Indianapolis, Atrgust 21 Hen dricks' letter of acceptance will b't furnished for publication to-mormw. DROUGHT EAST. Washington, Aug. 21 Trie driest fendents and was arrested for em- season since 1870 is prevailing here I bezzlemcntof the company's money. Wells are giving out, streams are The trial resulted in his acquital. low and many of the smaller ones are entirely dry. No rain has fallen since May. The crops are suffering severely, and the grasshoppers are destroying what docs grow . JAPAN JOTTINGS. Tokahama, August 2t. The Japanese Government has establish ed four orders of nobility, namely: Dukes, Marquises, Counts and Vis- 8EVEN MEN ASPHYXIATED. Shamokin, Penn., Aug. 22 A fire broke out yesterday in the Buck ridge mine in a slope 155 feet from the surface. The company bought the Greenback Colliery adjoining the workings which are higher than those of the Buckrldge Colliery with the intention of boring a hole 36 feet in length from the Greenback : Dep't of Arizona. 1 of the govehnor, v r, Aiiz., April 21, 1884. ) EXECTJTINE Office of Prebcott, Hon. C E. Dailey, Tucson, A T. My Dear Col. Your very com plimentary favor of the i7th inst. just received, and contents duly noted. It is certainly very pleasant t. me to have so good a citizen as yourself appreciate my humble ef forts as tile Executive of Arizona. Tne peace and good order that pre vai's no doubt is bringing people and mcney here, and I look forward to a rapid growth within the coming summer. In regard to my allowing my name to be used as a candidate for Delegate to Congress, from this Ter ritory, permit me to say that under no circumstances can I consent. My private interests are now cen tred in this Territory, and will re quire my personal attention. If I ever hold another office it will be the one I now have, ths duties of counts. At national assembly, to be to the Buckndge and turn he creek established in 1893, will consist of into both collieries and by flooding a Lower aud Upper House. It is 1 them put out the fire. While the presumed the now order of nobility I men were engaged in this work to- is created for the purpose of forms day, gas suddenly poured in from ing tha latter. the burning mine and before tbey Negotiations for a revision of I could escape seven men fell victims treaties have been so far completed to the deadly gas. It is impossible that it has been authoratively an- I to reach their bodies as both mines ncunced that a final conference will I are full of gas and the fire is ln- be held eany in October for the creasing. Eleven mules also buried, definite adoption of the new tariff and other important changes which are contemplated . The French mail steamer, Tanais, of , MessaeriiS Maritime, went ashore July 25th. Most of the ear go was saved but the vessel will be a total los3.' No lives were lost- excommunicated . Pan Francisco, August 21 The Chronicle's Salt Lake special says: On Sunday, during high mass at Missoula, Bishop I rondel formally excommunicato d theatre manager John Maguire fri m the Raman Catholic church for the sin of bringing into Montana, for a series of lectures, the great infidel Robt. G. Ingersol. HDNTING HIS NEIGHBORS. Vienna, 111., Aug. 21 About one hundred men were at last account with guns and pistols still in pur- A CAMPAIGN MISTAKP. Washington, Aug. 23 Secretary Post of the Leinocratic Congression al Campaign Committee discovered to-day that the committee v.as in advertently helping along the Re publican campaign by distributing Republican documents. The Dem ocratic committee has been sending out its principal campaign docu ments, a speech delivered by Sena tor Vorhees on the imprisonment of McSwecney an Irish suspect by British officials during Garfield's administration, and copies of the speech are obtained by the commit tee by a requisition upon the Senate folding room. They are delivered to the committee in large quantities of several thousand at a time, al ready folder and in wrappers and are addressee by the committee em ployees and placed in the mails. It appears to have been the custom of the committee to rely altogether upon the integrity and care of the Senate folding room and mailed tl documents received from them without examination. To-day, how ever, an emploj ee of the committee discovered by accidentally opening one of the documents he was abou to mail, that instead of VoorheeO speech the commit ee was dislribut ing, where they would do the mo good, a Republican campaign doc mnent entitli d "History nd Benefi cence of Protection," made up of speeches on the protectionist side of the tariff que.-tion, delivered in the House of Representative early last winter. An examination followed and disclosed the fact that all the supposed Voorhees speeches in pot session of the committee were copies of this document. Secretary Post went at once to the Superintendent of the folding room aDd took Lim to task about the matter, and was informed that the substitution of the document for another was an honest mistake. It is sot known how many Democratic documents were sent out by the' Democratic committee. They themselves have no way of establishing the fact. A REWARD TO BE OFFERED, Nashville, T nnn Aug. 22 Four lending Mormon elders today pre sented a sworn petition to Governor Bate, asking that a reward be offered for the appreheution of those en gaged in the Lewi county massacre on Sundny, August 10th. It sets forth that the prejudice against the Mormons of this State Is based on gnorance. It denies the charge that Mormons baptize women in a nude state, and also that the Mor mon elders have tried to break up families or mislead women. It further denies that the Mormons have attempted to introduce poliga my inlo Tennessee or any ether State, and states that every elder at work in. the Southern mission is pledged by the most sacred vows of chastity. Governor Bates will offer the reward as asked to morrow. It is believtd that the massacre in Lewis county will have the effect y discouraging Mormon Operations in this State. THE NEW IBERIA MDDDLE. New Orleans, Aug. 25 A Times Democrat New Iberia special says : New warrants were issued Saturday evening to Sheriff Veasey for the arrest of ex-sheriff Viator and depu ty clerk Eli, who were in custody at Odd Fellows' hall, under guard by militia. The sheriff reud the war rants to the prisoners, and fixed Viator's bond at $5,000 and Eli's at $1,000.. They were given until 6 p. m, to furnish the bonds, but failed to do so. A few minutes af'er six all the military forces here formed in front of O.ld Fellows' hall. The prisoners, with Armelin, ex-jailor, were brought out and de- livered to Veasey. An escort was formed en Main street of militia. and marched to jail. The jail was then surrounded by military and guards pi. ced at the corners of the streets aud no one permitted to go through without a pass. Viator's supporters have little hesitancy in spying they do not recognize Judge Gates and the Stat government Merchants are watching their stores and a vigilant watch is kept for fear of incendiaries. Judge Fon- taincbleau states he has 1,000 friends here whom he could call on if he desires He is much incensed at Viator's arrest, but moyes about without saying much. MOB LAW DISCOURAGED. Iowa City, Aug. 23 An immense mass meeting of citizens was held in this city yesterday and last night, at which the riotous proceedings of last Wednesday were condemned, and an organization effected to as sist in preserving order and enforc ing the laws. There has not been the least disturbance in this city since the outbreak of last Wednes day, and reports about the city being in the hands of a mob have been grossly exaggerated. The cases againbt the alleged ringleaders of the mob will be pushed to the end. THE MURDERED MORMONS.. Ogden, Utah, Aug. 23 The re mains of elder William Barry, the Mormon missionary that was mur dered at Cave Creek, Tennessee, on August 10th, arrived here early this morning, and was met by the de ceased's wife and three children, a band of music and fuily four thou sand people, The remains were transferred here and proceeded to Logan were they were in'erred. Troyal. 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Woods' Depot, opposite Washington St. Phoenix News be l'oslotlice, Receive deposits, make collections buy and sell exchanee, discount commercial paper and do a general banking business. -OfBr.e hours from 9a. m. to 4 p. m Ceo. D. Clark WaichmakerJewsIer 1 kja. WASHINGTON STREET At Or. Roason's office, near the poetoffice PHESIX. - -AT Repairing fine walchet made a Speciality. Phoenix, A. T., Wholesale Liquor Dealers, Im porters and Jobbers off Fine Wines Lipors ai CIgau r ! .Sole Agents for the Ai a. a. via valley Whisky, . Anheuser-Busch Beer, Fredricksburg Brewer' Agency of John L. Bown? r Co., San Francisco, and Straiton & Stor New York, Cigari The Largest Establishme- the kind in Arizona.! CATTLE! FANCY POULTRY, A C , r-: Berkshire and Poland-Ch I have some Fite Short-Horn Bulls for Sctlp y tSCirculars and Price List srot f I Address, AVI I ) -. .