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Published Every Evening Except Sunday
Oct. -10. 1SS4.
I A Splendid Torchlight
The delegates from the
various precincts . to the
Republican County Con
Republicans of Maricopa
" County in Linei
without one dollar of expense to
rhe settler. lieers and great applause.
Col. Beau then referred 10 polyg
amy, saying lhat lie did not propose
to sneak around or tiodye a single
plank of the platform he had accept-.
ed. He knew the Mormons to be a
quiei and industrious people, and
believed that the feature of polyga
my, 10 which some of them adhered,
would ultimately correct itself. That
it was in diicct opposition lo the
statutes of every State in the Union,
vention will meet in their Ovation to Bean and Long. dtio Sin".' f ou"tinf,nced
. 0 , I " I oy two- thirds of the Slot mons them-
precmcis on oaturaay,
October 18, and nominate
precinct officers, to wit:
Two Justices of the Peace
and two Constables. By
order Republican Central
T. W. Hike, Sec.
Fresh limes and lemons at Whep
lfy's. Xo light on the Huarhuca mur
ders as yet.
Highest cask price for eggs at
Tucson was excited over the "re
. su!t in Ohio."
Values govern prices at Dillon &
Keuealv's. Come and see.
The Albuquerque Fair closed last
Sunday and was a splendid success.
Ex Chief Justice C G. W. French
will enter upon the practice of law
A car load of choice potatoes just
received at Geo. F. Coats'
The Quijotoa Bonanza is shipping
a laige lot of machinery le the
miues via Tucson.
Pleasant, furnished rooms to rent.
Inquire at Judge Tweed's office.
A band of San Carlos scouts fs in
. town as witnesses in some of the
Uailtd Slates cases.
Call for lloca beer at the Boca
Bids are iuviied for a new hospital
and repairs to the oid one aud is
tLe buiibtks :.t Fort McDowell.
Bins to be opened on the 25lu iusl
Fresh EuwCh Butler ut W. L
A social dunce will be held this
evening ut jliuor's hall iu honor of
Mr. Norlu Wilcox, of Fori Mc
Dowell, who la now vitiiiug in town.
Several nice ranches to rent. In
quire of P. K. Kickey.
Frank Murphy of Prescolt has
been playing a match game of bil
liurds in Albuqueique with one
'Oiero. Murphy lost by about 80
.Lumber for sale cheap at the
S 1 at kard corral. All sizes.
t. C. C. Bean held a large meeting in
Yuma lbfct evening for lhat place.
' Advices from there this morning in
dicate thai he made many friends
as he did here.
Fiesh limes at the Phoenix Cash
Another quartz mill is iu prospect
fur ihe Immediate future of cave
Creek. A live stamp mill will he
j,ut up in the c ourse of a few weeks
on some new mines.
Water s hates in the Grai.d Canal
for sale or rent. Inquire of Philip
Albuquerque is overrun by thieves
u safe cracks doubtless attracltd
to that place by the lair now closed
. Look . ut for an eruption of that sort
of stock here duiing the fair.
Do not forget the opening and big
baigains tomorrow at Dillon & Ken-ealy's-
All goods marked in plain
'.gure and strictly one price.
jX, jKougers of Phoenix went
over to .Pinal last week leaking fir
a horse ra."- ftul went home $400
out of pocket. He foucd the race
ai.d t lso that the f inal horse was
a racer. Florence Enterprise.
II. E. Fa'iiugton h.?s a new 30
ton, itunkiu fc cralon, -wa leijcket
smeller for sale cheap for cash,
Mr- J. I. Aytrs, of fcau FrancitVO,
a celebrated mining expert, accoin-
palsied-by Mr. O. F. honou, of i
lb is place, iift lor Prescolt to-day to
.'iiie nd report upon the Pine
pnng miae in the interest of ban
The campaign is now open, and
Diilnu & Kenealy are the people's
low tariff cundiil ates f..r Dry Goods,
Fuini.-liii.jf, Goods, Clothing, etc.
Hi. R. L. Long, itepublicun can
didate for superintendent of Puplic
Instruction, left last evening far
rii.al. He will go south and meet
C. C. Bean at Tucson to-morrow
night, He expects to return to this
county and go on north.
Mr. Wm. H. Coyle, Chief of Fire
Department, Houston, Texas, writes
that while in discharge of his duties
he was very severely injured by a
falling wall. He could scarcely
move about when he was induced to
try St Jacobs Oil, the magical pain
yelieevr, aud to h:s surprise he was
cured of his lameness.
House and sign painting, paper
hanping, kalsomining, &c. Maris
fc"Gooch, east side Court street.
Maris &, Gooch, painters, are turn
ing out some fine carriage work.
Shop east side Court street. -
Mrs. Clark has just returned to
the city with a fine assortment of
new millinery. Call an'd examine
her stock next door to the Gregory
Mr. (Jeo. D. Clrak, the affable
jeweller who has done business In
our city for several years, is offering
Ills fine Block of watchti and jewelry
rftf bed rock prices, in order to close
up his business here. He will leave
for the east shortly, where he will
hereafter make bis home. We are
-sorry to lose so pleasant a business
mm from cur buiisasa cire!.
Phoenix witnessed last evening
the grandest political demonstration
that has ever taken place in Mari
copa county, and we fully believe
the largest gathering of any kind
the county has ever seen.
The occasion was, of course, the
Republican rally in honor of the
head of the ticket in the Territory,
the Hon . C. C Beau, candidate for
Delegate to Congress, and the second
name on the ticket, Hon. H.L.Long,
candidate for Superintendent of
Public Instruction .
A meet.ng of the Republican
Club was called for 7 o'clock in the
evening, at which time the members
of the club, which now numbers
about 200 were promptly on hand.
A large number of torch lamps were
distributed among the members, but
it was found that there was scarcely
a fourth enough for all who desired
to take part in the parade.
1 At 7:30 the parade formed on Mar
icopa street, opposite the club room,
and, headed by the band, marched
up Washington street to the Lemon
Hotel where it countermarched and
passed down Washington street to
the Bank Exchange, where it was
joined by the speakers of the evcn
ing. The procession then continued
down the street to the courthouse
plaZH, where large bonfires had been
built and a large number of seats
The band was escorted to the up
per veranda while the meeting was
called to order and the officers of
the ciub and of the evening, together
with the speakers, occupiedthe low
Mr . J . B. Cieamer, Chairman of
the Rt publican club, called the as
sembly to order aud nominated C'npt.
M. 11. Calderv. ood for Chairman of
the evening and T. W. Hire as Sec
retary, who on a unanimous vote.
tok their seats.
Capt. Calderwcod then proceeded
to open the regular business of the
evening in a most felicitous manner
by at once introducing the hero of
the occasion, Col. C. C. Bean.
Col. Bean then proceeded for more
than an hour to make a most happy
off hand speech, by turns amusing
bis listeners in the most adroit man
ner, and again deeply interesting
thesQ in the questions of the day
concerning the Territo.ry and the
The Colonel is possessed of a vast
fund of anecdote and a varied per
sonal experience, which he draws
upon with the greatest skill and
most happy effect. He is the Re
publican candidate for Delegate to
Congress at the earnest solicitation
of his friends. He had not felt that
be could afford the necessary ex
pense the candidacy would entail,
and if the certificate of election
should come to him it would come
entirely unbought, as he had scarce
ly money to pay necessary expenses
of the trip.
He believtd in Arizona with all
his heatt; believed in her great min
eral and agricultural resources end
that we shonld ultimately raise
enough grain in this young empire
to feed all the population west of
the Rocky mountains, hence he lclt
the great responsibility " that would
rest upon him if elected.
Former Delegates, as Steven,
Campbell and Oury, had done little
for the Territory, because they were
not politically in accord with the
administration, and, if the speaker
beiitvtd that Cleveland and Hen
dricks were to be elected, nothing
would induce him lo be Delegate to
Congress. But he didn't believe
they were to be elected .
He did not believe that "all's fair
in pr liiics." A man should carry
his conscii-nce in his bosom In poli
tics as in business. He had been
represented as having Insulted the
Democrats of Mchave county when
he spoke there. What he Lad said
was merely this: "If his Demo
cratic friends voted for h:m they
must vote for him as a Republican
aDd as the Repnblican candidate,"
in which he trusttd there whs no
tflrout. He believed, however, thai
when a man was elected to such an
office his constituency was the v hide
people and not party or a part of a
party. He believed a man in such
a position should rise above narrow
party hounds, and that he was sure,
that should he be elected, a Demo
crat could have his ear and his en
deavors for any niea.-uie of general
or personal welfare just as quickly
as anyone else.
He then referred to the great po
litical issue of the day, the tariff
question, which he handled iu a
most skillful manner, pointing out
its great benefits and the prosperity
of the country under a protective
system, and referred 'o the fact that
in this country the laborer receives
from 40 to 60 per cent, more wages
than in any other country on the
face of the globe.
He then referred to the Willing
alleged land grant, clamed by Revis
and George Hurst. Col, Bean had
seen that such difficulties were like
ly to arise long ago, and, while
making a previous canvass of the
Territory, had pointed out the
trouble and pledged himself to work
for the passage of a law that would
unearth such claims and put them
into the hands of the United States
District Court of the Territory and
put them on record. He regarded
it as a shame and an outrage that
the general government should per
mit of such things and that the
government- should determine the
validity of these claims and if valid
should buy or condemn them and
rsi'ra thuja to tha public douaia
selves. He thought that time and
education would ultimately correct
the matter completely.
The importance of railroad com
munication bv means of a north and
south road through the Territory
was then dwelt upon at considerable
l.inguh. The speaker had hoped to
see the Utah Central road, which
had now reached as for south i.s St
George, cross the Colorado and come
through by Ash Folk, Prescott,
Phoenix, Tucson and on south to
Guaymas. Indeed he had made
three several trips at his own ex
pense toward inducing that road to
be pushed through. The mining
interests of the northern portion of
the Territory demanded and could
engage a great population and there
must be means of getting the food
products of eur valleys to them and
the mining products away. Popu
lation is what we need most and
when a railroad from north to south
running through the heart of the
great mining regions of the Territo
ry and taj ping the rich agricultural
valleys of the Salt River and Gila
shall come we shall have that popu
He wished to see a geological
survey of the Territory ; a liberal
appropriation made for the constrnc
tion of Arlesiau wells and the re
clamation of of our desert lands
He promised to work for the es
tablishment of a Territoriul Uuiver
sity, and closed by a happy allusion
to the presence of the lnd.es and ex
pressed the hope that lheir great in
fljence would betxerted in favorof
C. C. Bean.
Throughout the entire address
Col. Bean used the most respectful
language toward his opponent, Mr.
Head, and the party to which Mr.
HcHd bel. ngs. Asiile from many
prominent Democtats among us who
have already expressed their decis
ion to vote for Col . Bean, he made
by his respectful -and temperate
speech many new friends among the
Mr. R. L. Long, the candidate for
Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion, was then introduced by Chair
man Calderwood, and without going
into an elaborate speech clearly and
briefly summed up his position on
the matter of public schools and
their needs, and said his endeavor,
if elected, should be to see lhat sec
tarianism should not enter schools;
that competent teachers should be
employed; that school moneys
should not be mis appropriated.
Mr. Long was followed by the Re
publican Glee Club, which sang:
''Vote for Bean and Long," an origi
nal song by a talented young gente
man of Phoenix. The song was re
ceived with great applause and the
singers encoted, to which they re
sponded by siuging: "Up Salt River
Col. Biglow, of Prescott, was then
introduced, and made a brief speech ,
chiefly alluding to Col. Bean's en
terprises in Yavapai couuty and for
the benefit of the Territory at large,
such as the building of the Mogo
llon road into Hew Mexico, the
opening of the. Tiger and Peck
mines, and other enterprises.
Mr. J.J. Wingar, of Tempe, Re
publican candidate in the county for
Probate Judge, was next introduced
and in a few brief and pointed re
marks indicated his ideas on the du
ties and responsibilities of the office
for which he was a candidate.
Mr. Wingar proved himself a good
speaker and a gentleman who, if
elected will enter upon and dis
charge the duties of his office in a
most conscientious manner. 'He has
had experience in the matter of eduv
cation for a number of years and
also some experience in law, which
circumstances peculiaily fit him for
the discharge of the duties of the
office for which he is a candidate.
Judge DeForesl Porter, on being
called upon, uu.de the closing spei ch
of thtt evening in a few happy re
marks and poiutid allusions lo Ihe
issues of the day. He also referred
in pleasant tcinip to the distinguish
ing and qualifying traits of charac
ter in the seveial candidates.
The meeting then closed with
three cheers for Bean and Long,
given with a will. Tne club fell
in o rank and, lighting their torches,
marched back to the club rooms,
where they disbanded, all greatly
pleased with the occasion.
The grounds in froul of the court
house was packed by a vast aud
ience, the large number of seats be
ing tilled and numbeis standing,
many Democrats being present and
filtering heartily into the enthusi
asm of the occasion.
ASSOCIATE JUSTICE D. H. PINNtr
Phoenix, O. t. 14, 1884.
Ca-e ol Whitlaker vs L H Orme
Sheriff Motion to dismiss argued
and overruled. Defendant excepted,
demurrer entered and case taken un
der ailvisement until Wednesday
Grand Canal vs G L Crimon
Suit on iittachment ; demurrer ar
gued and plaintiffs onier-.-d to an
swer on Saturday morning.
Cases of Downard vs Sarah A
Monihon On motion leave granted
lor plaintiff lo file notice on defend
ant. TUESDAY MORNIJiG U.S. COURT.
Venire of Grand Jury returned as
M H Calderwood, E Meyer,
The Oattttt has finally come
down to the point of "intelligence"
03 a qualification in a candidate for
office and endeavors to make a point
on some of the Republican candi
dates, and in the next breath makes
the statement that one of the Demo
cratic candidates has said he would
investigate the "Gila county law"(?)
etc., etc. He will hardly investi
gate that law at present.
Mr. Phase Hatton, for a long
time Assistant Postmaster General,
has received the appointment of
Postmaster General and has entered
upon the discharge of his duties as
such. 1'be permanent appointment
was made at once on the return of
the President to Washington.
C. C. Bean will without doubt be
tbe ftafct Dlef at lo I'f Bgrota.
L H Tiffeny, F P Fowler,
J T Dennis. W J Carrier,
J D ltutnburg, P Minor,
H Shoemaker, N Herrick,
H H Linville, Thos King,
Edward Cole, W Gillson,
Y Tedrow, Jas Flaherty,
R Garcia, N Rosenthal,
Frank Luke, N Willcox,
W Isaac, . P Ruben,
E S Heichey.
M II Calderwood was appointed
foreman and L E Barbey bailiff.
U. S. vs Leonardo Gomez H
Alexander assigned as council for
U- S. vs. R A. Davis Assistant
District Attorney having been conn
sel for d?fendant before the Court
Commissioner, Di F. rest Porter was
assigned a special District Attorney
for Grand .lury in this case.
U S vs ( In isi in Meyer Tweed
Hancock & Crenshaw assigned as
counsel for defendant.
U 8 vs Hosea Q.iintHDaies De
fendant by counsel challenged the
panel of the Grand Jury on the
ground that the summoning officer
of said jury was actual prosecutor in
the case. Challenge allowed and
special venire of 23 jurors orde
for Wednesday morning a' 9 o'clock
Defendants Macedonia VaKiiZ Dd
H B Stiaur-s, on bail and no couosel
ppearing lor tbi in, were called by
the M arshal ai.d did not arswer.
TEKRITOll Al, COURT.
GodcLaux et a! sDeniarlmix et al
Piools heard and decree ordered.
Albert Van Buien, executor, vs A.
M. Janes and Sarah Janes Deiault
entered and on motion case placed
on the calendar. Proofs heard and
decree oidered for 1.290
Sarah A. Johnson vs H, Johnson
Default entered and case placed
on calendar and reteired lo C. H
Knapp to take testimony and report.
Al . Asher & Bro. vs J Demarbaix
and J t'ox Demurer withdrawn and
ruled to answer Wednesday morning
tiowell vs Linville lime to an
swer to Wednesday morning.
Sullivan vs IScahr On motion
N . H. Alexander added to attorneys
In the matter of the admittance of
F. C. Hatch tc practic in this court,
the comaiiitee reported and on mo
tion of A. D. Lemon said Hatch
was admitted to practice iu courts of
Venire of the Territorial Grand
Jury relumed as follows:
J B Montgomery, A L Henshaw,
F G Weutworth,
J T Priest,
B Riddle, ,
A L Henshaw,
II P Bisliop,
W Lt wis,
P P Siriiue,
E K Buker.
H H McNeil was chosen foreman
of Ihe Grand Jury, and L E Barbey
H C McDonald appointed bailiff
U S Oourt.
U S vs Ja A Yeager Defendant
arraigned and ordered to plead on
Grand Juror P Minor excused til
Court adjourned to 9 o'clock
I1B1T LOOKS OUT OX ELEC
Associate rresa Dispatches,
F G Wentworth,
H P Bishop
J T Priest
P I" Serrine
G H M Lulus,
F A Shaw,
H n McFeil
J H Isaac
Moses Clanton .
J T Priest was excused, F A Shaw
was appointed foreman and H C
Territoiy vs Rafcl Bermudas
Alexander and Hatch assigned as
counsel for defendant.
Territory vs M Flores Alexander
and Hatch assigned as counsel for
Isabel Dumphy vs Catton Proof
heard ai-d d et ee ortieied foi $i31.35.
Neilic C Fuller vs E I Fuller
Dt meirer withdrawn and ref rred
to C II Kt-app to lake testimony
and report .
A Mann fc Co vs Wm dward et al
Demurrer argued and over, uled by
J W Blankenship appointed bailiff
of the Territorial Court.
Grard jury came into court and
reported an indictment against Ma
rion Brigley for grand larceny, war
rant of arrest ordered issued and
bonds fixed at $ 1,500, subject to ap
proval of the clerk of the court.
Court adjourned to 9 o'clock on
Thursday, Oct. 16.
Case of M Asher & Bro. vs Jos
Cox and John Demarbaix, suit on
foreclosure Proof heard and de
Case of M E Olanton vs Cox &
Norcross Canal Company to recover
money Demurrer withdrawn and
ruled to answer on Monday morning
Case of H Dutard vs C T Hayden
dismissed at cost of plaintiff.
J L B Alexander vs C T Hayden
Order made to substitute M Worm-
ser, Neils Peterson, Moses Elling
son, G W Nichols and A Benton as
parties, plaintiff, adding J T Alsap
counsel in said ease.
S Koi-hland vs CT Hayden same
Jos M urphy vs C T Hayden same
J P Holcomb vs C T Hayden
same us above.
J E Lursen vs C T Havden same
"Goldman & Co vs C T Hayden
ime as above.
H. G Howell vs J. M. Elli, suit
for damages Affidavit of defendant
presented ; motion of plaintiff to
have the same .'truck from the fi!t8
overruled by Hie curt and exoep"ed
t by the plaintiff. Plaintiff ordei-
ed to file new bond by Monday next
or show cause.
Wm. Isaac & Co. vs L. H. Orme,
sheriff, suit on injunction Hearing
on demurrer; demuirer argued and
sustained. Leave given to file
amendments to complaint accepted
by counsel for defendant in open
court and by argument ruled to an
swer amended complaint by Monday
W. S. Mosier vs. N. Rosenthal, to
recover money same as case next
Territorial Grand Jury came into
court and reported bill against
Rafael Bermudas for grand larceny;
gnored and said Bermudas was
ordered discharged from custody.
Adjourned to 1 o'clock.
DEATH OF MBS. ELIZA NETBEBTON
AFTKHNOrtN SESSION U. 8. COURT.
Grand Jury came into court and
reported that liny ignoied the charge
against Cliii-T"an Meyer of violating
Internal Revenue iaw, and Ml d
Chris inn Meyer was i-rdeied dis.
charged f om cu'o ly.
In (He vl El zal-eili Gardiner vs.
J J Gardiner et al: On motion to
file power of atiorney and substitute
attorney for plaintiff and on defend
ant for action; afcr atgr.ment by
counsel . oi'lced that the defendant
pay into this court on or before
Monday neit the sum of flOO as
counsel fees for plaintiff's attorne3
and costs of action to this date,
on motion of W A Hancock, Esq.,
Chas R Gray was admitted to prac
tice in the courts of this county.
On motion of A D Lemon, Esq.
M B Howard was nt'mltted to prac
tice in the courts of this county.
In case of E E Isaac vs L H
Orme, Sheriff, suit on injunction:
Hearing of injunction continued to
hearing of the case.
In case of Wm Isaac vs L H Orme
Sheriff; suit on injunction, same
The Grand Jury came into court
and reported that it had ignored the
charge agiinst Michael Fitzpatrick
of assault with attempt to commit
murder, and said Fitzpatrick was
ordered discharged from custodv.
George Avery was admitted to cit
izenship. Court adjourned to nine o'clock
Phoenix, Oct. 15, 1884.
The fallowing special venire of
Grand Jurors reported :
J B Montgomery, E Irvine,
Jos Thalheimer, M Asher,
J Lntgerding, F A Shaw,
H H KcXail, 3 H Is aao,
Mrs. Eliza Netherton, wife of F.
Netherton, and sister-in-law of
Mr. Williamson, died at the resis
ence of Mr. F. W. Netherton, six
mnes west of the city, yesterday
afternoon at 2 o'clock . The imme-
iate cause of Mrs.Nethei ion's death
death was from serious internal in-
uries received from a fall, a few
days since, although she had been
n delicate health for several years.
Hoping a change of climate would
be of benefit to Mrs. Netherton the
amily were ini'ucedto remove from
alifornia the past summer. Mrs.
Netherton leaves a husband, father,
rother, and sister in ourcommuni
r. She ws 30 years of age, a de-
evoted wife and daughter, and is
poken of by all who knew her as
an exemplary Christian woman and
possessed of very interesting traits
f character. The funeral services
ook place from the B iptlst church.
We miss thee, dear wife.
rom tny familiar place;
'e do not hear thy f ooteteps near.
Nor see thy cheerful face.
We miss thee at the table,
We feel thy absence there:
And oh! what sorrows pierce our hearts
To see thy vacant chair.
We miss thy kind words sDoken:
Thy merry lautrh and smile:
We miss the fond look of thine eye:
we miss tnee all the while.
Our home is sad without thee,
How desolate each heart!
Oh? could we hear thy voice again,
What joy it would impart.
We miss thee, oh! we miss thee,
Whichever way we ro:
The stroke of death that called thee hence
.riaih nlled our hearts with woe.
Farewell, dear Eliza,
Our souls were knit to thine:
The mem'ry of thy kindness still
Around our hearts entwine.
Again we hope to meet thee.
When life's short journey 's o'er;
Ah! yes, we hope to meet thee then,
On heaven's eternal shore.
O hneband dear, hush every sigh;
Wipe all thy tears away:
For 1 have reached that world on high,
Where reigns eternal day.
I've safely passed the billow's roar,
Upon life's stormy sea;
And here upon the shining shore,
I'm waiting now for thee.
Phoznii, Arizona, Oct. 14, 1881.
Be one to help roll up the big ma
jority in favor of correct principles
and the advancement of True Econ
omy and Reform at Dillon & Ken
aly's. Tbe Albnquerque fair.
The attendacce at the fair grounds
must certainly have made all con
nected with its management very
nappy. There were fully 5,000 peos
pie on the grounds during the day,
and every one of this vast concourse
seemed to bo decidedly pleased with
the exhibition. Ex.
Col. Houston Rucker.'the well
known southern oil merchant, Rich
mond, Va., says that in a terrible
case of swelled and burning rheum
atism in his right ankle, the appli
cation of St. Jacobs Oil, the great
pain care, gave instantaneous relief
aad sHrtt alSi
Cincinnati, Oct. 14 It was re
marked by Judge Kelly, of Penn
sylvania,"after canvassing the State,
lhat he had never seen such intense
interest manifested in politics since
1840. All reports received up to tii
hour indicate that this intensity of
feeling continues. An cnot mouse
v t is being polled ; each party are
striving to get all their votes, aud
get them in early. It is understood
that Ohio is regarded as the battle
ground, and on the issue of to-day
will depend the conduct oi the next
three weeks of the campaign.
The polls are being closely watch
ed. The deputy sheriffs are repre
senting the Democratic party and
deputy United States marshalls and
citizens committees the Republicans
A large number of repeaters have
already been arrested by the deputy
marshalls and they are being guard
ed in the government buildings. A
number of these were brought in a
patrol wagon by the police which
added to the excitement. There has
been considerable shooting in the
sixth, eighth, eighteenth and nine
teenth wards. In the latter a depu
ty United States marshal shot a
deputy sheriff in the head, causing a
severe wound, but not a fatal one
Iu the eighteenth, the Democratic
ward, there is great excitement, be
cause a large number of Republican
vnteB beine polled. The citizens of
Glendale report that early this morn-
ng a large number of Irish voted.
the Bepublican ticket while the
ticket to be voted in Ihe State is a
local and GoDgressional issue and
9 not national; the vote will proba
bly reach 800,000 in the aggrigate in
he State. The candidates are Secr
etary of State, Junge of the Su-
pieme Court and Board of Public
Works. The Democratic candidate
for Secretary is the present incum
bent. Mr. Mewman ; the Republican
is General J. S. Robinson, who at
present represents Manou district
Cincinnati, Oct. 14 The city is
feverish with excitement; many ar
resis have been made at the polls
for illegal voting; challenging in
Ci.rried on to a greater entent tiian
ever befoie. Slight collisions have
taken place in several wards, but tha
worrt so far has been in the sixth,
ward, where a large number of ne
groes and Irish vote, and where
early this morning oneof Pinkerton's
detectives was badly beaten by a
negro known as Foxy. A report
came from the fifteenth ward that
the deputy sheriff had overpowered
the deputy marshals and were re
fusing negroes to vote. The U.S.
Marshal sent an additional number
of deputy marshals to the scene.
Men about the polls say very little
scratching is done.
Cincinnati, Oct 14 The report
that Fox Anderson was killed in the
Sixth Ward is untrue. He had an
altercation, but was not seriously
hurt Large crowds gathered at
many polling places, and tbe air is
full of rumors .if expected outbretfks.
The polling of votes continues rap
idly, and in many places more than
half the total vote was cast before
noon. In the U. 8. Court room Com
missioners Harper and Probasco
have already committed twenty
seven men, charged with illegal
voting. Shortly before noon A. L.
Russell in tbe 18th ward, who had
been flourishing a pistol about in the
vicinity of the polls was shot by a
colored deputy marshal and died in
stantly. At noon the poll was pro
ceding quietly in nearly all the
Cincinnati. Oct. 14 At 2:30 the
city continues to be fairly quiet.
Nearly one hundred men have been
brought before the U. S. Commis
sioner for illegal voting and sent to
jail or released en bond. Habeas
corpus proceedings are issued in
some instances to get them out of
j ail. Arrests are also made by the
police and deputy sheriffs, and the
sunn course pursued lo obtain the
ieler.se cf proners. TLere h:'S been
no general disturbance since the
rush al the 8lb ward polls, and con
fidence is growing that the day n ay
pass peactably. It is evident the
vole will be the largest ever cast.
Similar re orts continue to coma
from outside points.
Fulton, Mo.. Oct. 14. As a ten
year old tirl named Lenne;t wa
nalkiLg with a 3'ounger MS'er past
aeon field neai Gu'linc, ten miles
ea-t of nere. yesterday nton, when
one of three negroes working in
the field seized the child and ravish
ed her. The liitle sister carried
the alarm home, and a posse of
citizens was organized immediately.
The negroes ' were fo und in the
field armed with corn-knives and a
gun. They made a strong resistance
but finally Burreudered, and were
taken to Guthrie and put under
guard. At three o'clock this morn
ing a party of mounted men rode to
the house where the negroes were
confined and fired at tlicm through
the windows. One of the negroes
ran into the street und wasshotdead
The others were again fired upon
and the ravlsher fell down and was
left for dead. The party Ihen rode
off. An investigation showed that
tho ravisher had feigned death. The
survivors were taken lo jail to-day
but are expected to be lynched.
Montpelieb, Oct. 15 In ballot
ing for U. 8. Senators today. Sena
tor Morrill received for the long
term 117 votes; Timothy P. Redfleld
56; W. P. Dillingham. , scattering
The Senate votes H s afternoon.
Tomorrow noon the of the two
houses will be ratified.
' PRESIDENT CERVERA BK8IGNS.
Panama, Oct. 14 The Legislative
Assembly of Panama met on Friday,
the 3rd instant. Dr. Cer vera, Pies-
i lucuh 04 iua bwh, (iruicuwu Mia r
icaatieo, lt&cb retoluiioa if
going on, the people in the city (lo
not sceiu to trouble themselves about
it. At Farfaw, three miles from
here, three hundred men asseinblid
iu arms under the command of Ruiz,
late pretender to the presidency. A9
3ret they have hot molested any one.
It is proqabre that the State Con
vention will effect an understanding
between the opposing parties.
Washington, Oct. 15. Mr. Hat
too was summoned to ihe White
House aud received his appoinlmen
a- Postmaster General. Proceeding
to the postoffice departuieut he took
ihe oath of office, which was admin
isltered to hiin by Lamnson, a ven
erable employe in the office for 42
years, serving under all the postmas
ter genet als, beginning with Post
master General V. B. Wyckliffe, of
Kentucky. The President has ap.
pointed Paul Fulton, consul general
"V'-OTICJC is hereby given that at a res
uiar meeting oi me coara oi uireC'
tors of ihe Gila itiver Canal Gomuanv
held at Phoenix on the Btn day ol Octo-
Der, A. 13. losl, an assessment or $.200
two dollars per share wa8 levied upon tht
capital stock of the Company, baid as
Beteii'erit is due and pajaole immediately
una i! uoc puia neiore tne i.iio aay
October, from and alter lhat the sam
will become delinquent on shares as
to no we:
49, issued to E.
Certificate No. B0, issued to E.
Certificate No. 48
issued to L. A.
eitiflcate No. 51, issued to John
Read the Phoenix cash drug and
variety store advertisement-
" Bosch on Pain" Plaster.
Porous and strengthening, Ims
proved, the best for backache, pains
in the chest, or" side, rheumatism,
neuralgia. 25c. Druggists or mail
A mortgage on a house is like a
worm-hole in a apple tree. Before
you know it there is more worm-
hole than fruit.
"Boueli on Pain."
Cures colic, cramps, diarrhoea; ex
ternally for aches, pains, sprains,
headache, neuralgia, rheumatism
For man or beast. 20 aud 50.
'Can you find ro m for a serine
on your -papir? "Not unless you
want to subscribe." And again there
was a scholarly youth cruaued.
Headache, fever, ctiills. malaria,
lyspepsia, cuitd by "Well's Health
lien ewer." 1.
Talk of human pride. Can any-
luing tquul tne ha elifniss or a
boa: dicg-honse keeper il has jusl
nea twu sipplica ions tor ore va
Certificate N 47, issued to J B.
McLaughlin 25 shares
Certihcare .No. 4tt, transferred to
V. T. t-mith 91 shares
ernncate .No. 4j, ls.-ued lo J.
A. Curtis 23 shares
Certificate Mo. 44. issued to W
T. Smith 15 shares
-ertincate No, 42. issued to M
A. Rnffher 10 shares
certiiicate JNo. 40, issued to J. B
Hall 41 shares
certificate No. 38. issued to M.
A. Ruffner, 14 shares
certiucate JNo. 37, issued to W.
T. Smith 20 shares
certiiicate jno. 35 issued to K. C,
Powers 218 shares
certincau JNo. 34, Issued to K. G.
Powers 140 shares
c-enincate jno. 3a, Issued to R. C.
Powers 100 shares
certificate JNo. 31, issued to J. B
Hall 40 shsree
ceruncate jno. 30 issued to M.
A. Runner 50 shares
certinciite jno, 15, Issued to M.
A. Knffner 20 shares
cernncate fo, 14, issued to M
A. Kuffncr 20 shares
certiucate ino. 12, Issued to M.
A. Ruffner 46 share
uertincate jno, 17, Issued to St.
A. Ruffner 80 shares
If the said assessment of $2.00 per share
upon the stock above described is not
paid before the 15th iiay of November.
18S4, all of said stock, or so much therm, f
as snail De necessary to pay aid assess
ment and costs of advertisement and sale.
will be S')Id at public auction in froet of
the courthouse in the city ol Phoenix at
2 o'clock, p. m., to ine highest bidder for
cash. Also a. the same date and rilar.e
the following shares, or so much thereot
as shall be necessary to pa" the assess
ment of $100 per share and" cost, delin.
quent since the the let dav of Senremher.
Ia84, well be sold at public auction for
cash to tne highest bidder:
Certificate No. 12 issued to M
A . Kufrher dR ohi t.
certincale jno. 14 issued to M.
A Karrner 20 shares
ceriincnie jno 15 issued to M
A. Runner 20shn.rea
eertincaie ino. 17 issned to M.
Ruffner an hAr.
cernncaie jno. 30 issued to M
itnnner sn shm-en
certineate jno. 4u issued to John
K-llall 41 shares
wertincate jo. 37 Issued to W. T.
BDll h on nhAi-pa
uerrin. ate jno. 44 issued to W. T
nmitn IK ahnrea
ceriincate jno. 45 issued lo W. T.
teniae te in o . 46 lsssued to W
r. smitn 9i shares
J. A, CTJKTIS,
Secretary Gils River C&nAl Co
C. SALARI, Prep.
North Side of Washington Street
Above the Plazu.
PHOENIX, A. T.
Fine Liquors A Spe ialtv.
TOM SHERMAN, Prop.
Southeast Corner Washlngtonand Cente
Delivered twice a day
Morning and Evening.
rhree bits a gallon, 10 cents a quart
J. 3. MONTGOMERY.
J. R. LOOSLEY.
Finest Liquors in Arizona
Corner Washington and Center SU,
Xlie liepe .f ai( n
Children sli.w in divej.ijn
puny, scrawny, aid dtl-cate,
"Well's H-alih Kenewer."
TERRITORY OP ARIZONA,
Office of the Governor.
To all persons whom
W C T V.
The regular meeting of the W, C.
T. U. tomorrow at 2 o'clock ut the
M. E. cnurch, Washington st.
BK1X AD l,OJ.
The following campaign song was
was sung by the Republican Glee
Club at the rece. t ratification meet
ing, and received great applause:
Air, "Golden Slippers.'"
Oh! have yon heard the latest news?
Tis very interesting,
Of the Mormo-Demo coalition.
And their own defeat suirirestincr.
They're all broke npr and all broke down,
10 tnmK tne nepuDiican legions
Would nominate Bean to run against Head,
The head of the Mormon regions.
Vote for Bean and Long,
Vote for Bean and jLon?,
Bean and Long; who'll be so strong
Upon the election day.
For four long years we've been betrayed
By Democratic Oury;
He's been no better than a knot on a log.
To help our Territory.
And he's made a record of which they're
As they clearly show by their actions.
In running Head to get your votes.
The head of the Mormon factions. Cko.
Bnt now well sing of our next Delegate,
And hoDe von li join the chorus.
Of Bean, the bold and fearless man.
The man that'll do something for ns.
He's an honest man, with a noble heart.
And has his own omnions.
Which can't be said of C. P. Head,
The head of the Mormon minions. CTio.
G. M. F.
From these sources arise t b ree-fonrtbs
of the diseases ot the human race. These
symptoms indieato their existence:
I.os of Appetite, Iloivels costive,
Sicli Hea.lni lic, fullness alter eat
iMfiT.nveraioil lo exertion of body or
mind. Eroi tation of food, Irritabil
ity oftrmprr, I.ov spirits, A feellne;
of having neglr .1 some duty, IMz
sineS9,F' ". ... s.t the Heart,Io s
before t .. i. liilily colored
Urine, CO ."V -'i teATIO.H .and demand
the use 01 a remn.'.v that acts directly on
the Liver. Ao Liver metlieiiieTlJTT'S
niil.S liav no Theii-actionon
the Ki.lm-, 1 v.:- is also prompt;
removintr'.-ill impurities through these
three " wcaveni;r of 'he system,"
producing r.n'X-iite. sound digestion,
rcgnkir stoe:s, n ciar sldn mul a vig
orous bo.lv. Ti'TT'! llJtil.S cause no
nausea o- prrinii-. nor i.it'-riero wiUi
daily work :m 1 are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
ynM.-veryw r":;fl. .ili.'e4-i Wkvuv&'.N .
Gkvt IIair ok nisKtus cnunseu in
Btantlv to a Olussv Black by a singlo
application 01 this Dvb. Sold by Drutr
glsts.or sen t by i-xpress on receipt of $L
Ofrie, 11 ',--.r-rlv Street. New York.
S5rr3 JiiSUAL it 0S3TUII E3CEIPT3 FBSl
it may concern
"TTrHEREAS Uader an act of the leg
V illative aaceinblv. Territorv of Ari
zona, entitled An Act to nrovide for mnpr.
ll and Bpecial elections, it Is th-oviHpI-
that there 3ball be held throncrhont the
trr tory of Arizona, on the Tne-day after
ue urtsL monaav in wovemotr. a. n
j lo2, and every two years thereafter, an
eifctiou for members of the legislative as
sembly and such ether officers as may be
iuueu jaw, woe cnosen at such elec
And WhbrbaS. It is farther nrnviriVri in
said act. that it shall be the dntv nf th
Governor at least thirty day before auy
general election, to issue his proclama-
nun, ues.jrmuingune oinceb to be nlled at
ow, Therefore. I. P. A. Tritle. sfov
ernor of the the Territory of ArinDa in
pursuance oi lue duty enjoined uoon me.
do hereby order a geneial election to be
held on the Tuesdnv after th
nret monaay. Doing the 4th day of No
vember, A. D., 1884' and designate the of
fices to be filled at eaid election as fol
lows, to-wit :
One (i) delegate to the fortv-nlnth nnn.
gress oi rue united siatee,
une UJ superintendent Ol public In
Twelve (12) members of the conn HI of
tne leErifiiative api-emblv of the territory.
Twenty-four (24) rue rubers of the house
oi representatives oi the leeis ative ansem
bly of the territory.
Apportioned unoer an act entitled "An
Act fixine the apportionment for members
Ders oi the legislative assembly of the
territory ot Arizona, approved March 7th
iPt, as lonowe, to wit:
Apache County One (11 member of the
council, and two (2) members of the house
Cochise County Une fl ) member of the
council and five (5) members of the hcuse
Gila County One (1) member of the
council and oue(l) member of the house of
Graham Connty One (1) member of the
council, and one (1) member of the house
Maricopa countv One (1) member of
the the bonncil and two (2) members of
the house ol representatives.
Mohave County One (l member of the
council, and one (1) member of the houte
fima countv one fl) member of the
conncil and five (5) members of the house
of repn sentatives.
rmai county une(i) memoer of council
and one (1) member of the house ofrepre
i av ipai Connty One (D-member of the
council, and five (5) members of the house
cf rcpresentatixes .
l uita tountv une (l) member ot tne
council and one 1 member of the house
of represen tatives .
The county of Yavapai shall elect one
(1) member of the council jointly with
ihe connries of Yuma, Mohave, Apache
and Maricopa: and the county of CochWe
hhail elect one (1) member of the council
1'ointly with the counties of Graham. Gila,
Mnai and Pima.
Also there shall be elected in each conn
ty of he territory two 2 members of the
board of eiiT'ervisors. excepting in the
county of Yuma three shfiJl be elected,
owitig to the resignation of the long term
Also, in each county one (1) sheriff, one
(1) District attorney one Ml county re
corder, one l probate judge, one (1)
reaurer onel) butveyor- oue (1) coroner
and one (1) public administrator.
Also in each election precinct in each
county, one and not more than two 2J
A so, in each township two f2l justices
of the eace; and whure more than eight
hundred p rsons reeide in a township,
such fact to be ascertained by the board of
mp'-i visors, ne 1 ad ditional justice of
the pi-aci may be elected.
Ia WiTNiSS Whereof, I have here- j
urn set. my hand and afhxed the I
great seal oi tne territory oi am
(seal) Kua. D ne t. Preecott this 2nd
day of September. A, U. 184.
Attest: F, A. TRITLE,
J. F. BoswicKj Governor of Arizona.
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b: . X e a
:c o tt
co s s
-3 r i
os ea i
and Price JAst
Of Men's ft Boya'
Is NOW READY, and will be
mailed to any addrcss,on request
Oak Hall, Philadelphia.
J. J- SWEENEY & CO-
Wloleealw arid Bctail Dealers In
Beef, Port, Teal, Mutton, Etc
PHCENIX, A. T.
Corner ot Washington & Center Sta
X just what its same implies ; q
Purely Vegetable 'Cocipouiid, thai
tacts directly upon tlie Ipr ; crmna
. H. E. Pierce,
INSTRUMENTAL & VOCAL
Mrs CA TWEED
East Adams Street.
Next Door to Mint Saloon,
Washington St., Phcenex.
Notice for Publication.
Pre-emption No. 754.
Land Offici at Tocsov Arizox, I
September 8 1884. f
TOTICE is hrebv given that the fol
r l.-wirie-namcd seitlei h e filed notice
bf b is intention to maice final proof in
support of his claim, and that paid proof
will be made before the lion. D, Hf
Piunev. Jude of the 2nd Ditr:ct court.
County of Ma icopa. Territory of Arizoi.a.
et me cnnmDeri in rnnei ix, on in" urn
da .'f October. A 1)., WH. viz: Hiram
D Soott. of Phoenix, Maricopa county,
A, T . for the ge !4 ot section 14. tow n
enip 1 n. Range 2 e, G & s & B M, and
nam--s the following as hif uitnepses
vie: Mathew B. Moirell, Geo. U. Colling,
Martin Griffin, and Simon iVov.riger, all
of Phoenix, Maricopa coai.ty, Arizo. a.
BgX M. THOMAS,
rir rrtllcaUeo 8f unr Utfi, lay
Choice Wiues,Lianors & Cigars
We manufacture the FINEST BEER
in the Territory.
Orders Promptly Filled-
Water Rights to Let.
rpHKEE Water Rights in Ihe Salt River
a. vauej tanai uoioprnr to rent.
Valley Canal Coin
ply to GEO.
Phoenix, Ariz. Oct. 13, SUd
to rent. Ap-
& S. Go.
Selling; for Cost.
Gregory is selling Lumber, Shin,
gles, Shakes aDd all Builder's Ma
terial at Cost fob Cash. Now it
Uu Mm to bttild,
.no Lg ux
T)vTreD5ia A AAidl
J T M 1.
portant organ, and
o that inu
ting the no
ction, each tuf
eta It IS therefore d
To have Good. Health-
the XiWermust te kept in order."
SB. BAIITOSD a LIVES IjTVTGOEATOBy
Invigorate the Liver, Regulates the Bow-f
els, Strengthens the System, Purifies tha
Blood , Assists Digestion, Prevents Fevers.'
Is a Household Need. An Invaluable
Family Medicine for commou complaints.
IB. EAJTFOED'8 LIVES ITTVIGOEATOE.
An experience cf Forty years, and Ttov.
lands of Testimonials prove its Merit.
FOB 8AX.R BY IU DEA1EB3 IN MEDICINES.
For full information tend yonr address for 108
page Book on the " Liver and its diseases," M
b aiuroaa Hi buaxb t., iravr nous, oiiw
The Fcur Points
robe considered by piirrhanem examining Into th
merits or C lothes Wringers, are
CAPACITY AKQ FINISH.
At! thesfe valuable features are embodied to a
ir.ai-Ued degree in The Advance.
Sfantxfaetnred by the
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