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lETiALD. NEW SERIES VOl XI. NO 41, PHCENIX, MARICOPA COUNTY. ARIZONA .TERRITORY, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 30, 1384. WHOLE NO. 1801. The Bean pole will knock tlie per simmons this rattle. is asstiili-d the Mormon church is nssaiUd, and this attempt to stir up a "religiou-" prejudice only indi- Head has concluded to go home caies the extremes to which the and seek surcease from his sorrows uemocrauc omce-seeners 01 uie sounty are driven to attain their desires office. in flouring up the money and the votes he lost during his trip. The ' unlit truthful Democrats" The Arizona Methodist comes out will lieinii Hit construction of a on the question of Superintendent of lauding d"ifn Ht the river next week for conveniences of embarkation for the head of the stream. Public Instruction in an able article in favor of Mr. R. L, Long, the Re- publican nominee for that office. arguing pointedly from a non-polit ical standpoint that Mr. Long is And now the word comes that St. John has been hired by the National e'eatiy the superior of Dr. Jones for the position on account of his more modern education and ideas Democratic Central Committee to stand in with them and draw as many voles as possible from Blaine The capital people are having it hot from the political griddle now days. Among other things an lion est Democratic Distiict Attorney has been unearthed who charged 80 per day for his attendance on pre liminarv examin.-lions. .Mb. R. L. Long rrivcd from the south yesterday afieruoon and goes north to-day to meet his many friends In that portion of the Terri tory. As Mr. Loin; progresses in the canvass he receives groat en couragemi'iit and will doubtless be tlectcd by is. handsome majority. Carl am. no: e Ohio i;.: tiiiiiv-. 7 on educational matters, which is a circumstance not to be lost sight of by the progressive people of the Territory. It truthfully presents the fact that the most important plans in educational progress . have been developed since Dr. Jones cducatioual day and within the past forty years. There is no denying these facts. The education d sys tems most successfully pursued at the rresent day are as much of an improvement as are the present means uf steam locomotion upon the old stane coach . Mr. Long is fully up with the times in this matter. II ib own education has taken place within the pres. nt generation, and furthf-imore he li:is been a practical teacher for a number of year-, study ing and applying '!: new a-.d more r.t mo'V-.ods of the j: ?! t d y. So much c-mnot b- said of Dr. J'.'nr-:. His active in'r;-, r-t 11) sdue-'tt ional mutters lia- l-cr. at an owl fv a period of ceai !.y forty yeais, and his attention, turned -o man-rs of an entirely dillerc;! charai.-ltr during that time and it slnuds to rensoti "Cleveland Ii' form" no I that he is not proficient in eduea- uivre. lie was t. have OLlinued to I tiona! systems of to-day, nor can he wind his horn in New York. beome proficient in them short of years active educational work, which is of almost impossible for him to give. Anzo.'ia is rapidly taking her piace in the nation as one of the most important sections of the coun try in it, and now, in fcer infancy, is the time for her to be set aright in her cduehtional affairs as well as in her more material mtere.-ts, and we cannot make a mistake in niacin!; at the head of our educational affairs the most able educational talent the Territory it (lords' and we believe that in the election of Mr. Long to take cliaige f this important trust we shall make no mistake. -thermit! i , plea-Kid n-ii ,J PJ-P'- f.ici i:.- D uutU-e u:i. melorlious Chatjues on HtJKZ has lost prestige :tef! D -i i-'-iira's s!nc tb' .-i:n closed, C.i'A diiln'l i ol it. in that. Statu ; the -.ou'uiion voted as th'-y- inriuisfrvidmir MS eio of high degree, and Mrs. Perfecto "Yrisarri, a wealthy and beautiful young married woman, who has scarcely celebrated her honeymoon. At Lamy Junction, 18 miles from here, the pair were arrested. BeN docei was charged with stealing 1,000 which Mrs. Yrisarri took when she eloped. The lady was taken home to her parents and there confined. The lady stated that she never consented to marry Yiisarri until her parents prayed of herto do so, in order to save her father, Don Rafael Lopez, from bankruptcy Yrisarri being his largest creditor AN ATTEMPT TO WRECK JACK LOGAN. ;;iid in view f ill is m rr'.lic Cca'ral Com cut - ff Ins wind s-nd hi voice will rinij the Akizoxa wiil have a man in Con grtss for the next two years, in the per.-on of C. C. B.an, who will be of some use 10 us as a Territory, a man who will represent the whole Territory and not merely himself, as may he expected from the Demos cratic nominee. C I'. Head rails aiiaiust the Atlantic & Pacific land jrant and proposes to be sent to Congress to annihilate it why Bc;use C. P. Head is using a large prition of thai Jan'i grant within tiiis Territory a a cattle range and ilies to b'-cm e the title to tnese nids hhn l f. PtORiA, 111., Oct. 23 The demon. s'.ration in honor of Logan yesterday was the largest and most Imposing ever witnessed in this city. He was met at Galesburg by a reception committee and escorted here. At a point one mile west of Knoxville a dastardly - attempt was made to wreck the train carrying the party. The train was running at the rate of fifiy miles an hour, and upon rounding a curve the engineer lo ticed an obstruction on the track. He put en biakes immediately but did not suec ed in stopping the train until the engine had run over two of the four ties which had been laid across the rails- The news of the diabolical attempt on the life of Lo- gan and escort spread rapidly,- and aroused most intense indignation. The arrival of the train shortly af ter was announced by the blowing of whistles at all the manufaclurng establishments along the line and the wild elieers of assembled thou sands. Loral and visiting clubs rmt'd in line ut-d escorted Logan o a hole! where be dli-ed. An im mense c rowc' was a waning Logan t the ii iwam, and when lie entered .;! lwnd was fiavins and tbrouuh the v .!;-! iiUt-ri' i" i iinsr chei-rs. When his eeorl Hied in there s.. t rued not an inch of standing room to spine. i-ui;y 4.o':0 peoj.it wen- crowd tn- gether. In a graceful speech. Miss Beilf Miner, in behalf of the Union Veteran flub presented General Lo . San Willi a Jare square flora! em biem with his name in letters of blue on a white ground. And in be half of the youu'men's Republican c'.ud witn an elegant basket of flow ers. On being introduced with a lew eloquent remarks by Hon. Wa-hingion Cockle, postmaster of this city, who has been a voter 50 years, Gen. Loijan thanked the clubs heartily for their floral tributes, and paid a handsome compliment to the young lady who made the presenta tion speech THURSDAY MORNING U. S. COUHT U S vs Hiram Phelps, indicted for unlawful'y cohabiting with more limn one wen. an Defendant i.rraigned and ordeied to plead to morrow morning. U S vs George Wilson Same as the above. U S vs A PSpilsbury Same as the above. U S vs O.-car M Stuart, indicted for polygamy and unlawfully co habiting with more than one woman Arraigned and ordered .to plead to morrow morniDg . U S vs Archibald Mclutesh, in dicted for disposing f military Stores belonging to the United states Case en trial. AFTERNOON U. 8. COURT. US va Archibald Mcintosh Case closed and given to the jury. FRIDAY MORNING U. S. COURT, U 8 vs Archibald Mcintosh Jury returned a sealed verdict of not guilty. U S vs Oscar M Stuart Demurs rer overrulled and defendant plead not tuilty. U S vs Hiram Phelps Defendant plead not guilty. U S vs Geo Wilson Defeudaut plead not guilty. U S ys A P Spilsburi- Dafendant plead not guilty . U S vs Hosea Quintanaris Case on trial. TERRITORIAL COURT. E C Church vs L H Orme, sheiifl Motion for a new trial granted. Order for a new trial ccci-pted to by plaintiff. Plaintiff gave notice of appeal. H G Howell et al vs II H Li. - vilk D- imn rer lo nnsw it overruled n;l ri.litg accepted to by pi .intifl. Wm Ruff vs L II Tiffany Dir missed ill Cost ! pisiiiiiirt. THUIMDaY inEUNOliX-V. ?. C OVKT U S vx Quinlenares Case given to ! K publican llally at T nine. jury ami verdict returned o Jos. S. Drew is recognized on all 6";des as the next sheriff of Maricopa county. A large number of Demo crats have declared that they will not be lead- by the ''gang," a d, as free men, propose to vole for the in- TES-ECTRAPHJC. THE CARDINAL, COLLEGE' Komk, Oet. 23 The Pope will cri ate eight new card inals al a se cret conistory. The persona who w ill Lie honored are the Ai hbishops I . : u ..in 11-, - leresis of therountv. for their ul ' vjr,1"a 1 ",c"""' n"u aionsignors aiassai, iVerosigori, Laurenzie. Mazaili and Verea. lion of taxes something below $3.50 T1)ere sre Mil seven vacancies re on the hundred which the county oiainin g in the College of Cardinals now pays. By the platform upon which he stands as u candidate and own personal interests in the reduc- as a true citizen of the county, w ho will work for the interests of the the people rather than fm the in-. DEATH OF AN OLD SETTLER San Francisco, t.ct. 32. Ed ward Marion resident of this coast since 18G0, died las! night after a short period of illness. Al the time of bis death he Was a prominent te:e-ts of a clique of office-seekers, member of the .stock Exchange, and was married seme years ago to a doughter of N icholas Luning- Mr. Drew will lend the influence of Ms office toward such reduct:on as the people and the times demand . Thk citizens of our county who an- mi fjiiainteii wi li B-eir K'rkland, and almost . veiy -n- if. rec irvize in hi.'!; a si iv leioa r ;-e.'-':!!,- iy q-i-t!t ii-.d to (ii-r-Vt'.r ;e tin- duties ' ( ;c.-i;i i r- s.n er, ".luictii olitl'V. K i i kl a ii .i -w hirl) office h- has i bv the J-!ep-ib)iChiiS bu-ioi mH the coun'y. and ibii.l are w is one oj and book man llose the best of keepers in integrity ilable by any man from any p.-.rty. Under such circums'anees party prejudice should lie entirely laid aside aed the votes e'f the people be cast in lheir own interest, the interest of the county at large, the interest of a new regime and of a thorough and sweep ing reform in our county government. The leaders of the Democratic party in Maricopa county have openly declared against Mormon polygainisls, and yet I he Democratic c -.ndidatca in the county are celling the Moimui voters that I hey pro pose to have "nothing to do with matteis of r- ligion'' in the contest, iu order to capture the Mormon vote. As we see ii there is no matter of "religion" at stake, bat rather of Feciilar society and compliance villi the laws of Hie land, and we be'.i . ve the question is so regarded by 1 lie Mormon people themselves, and the great major'ty of them are desirous that their church should keep witidn the pale of law. It is BOWMAN, THE DEFAULTER. San Fkancisco, Oct. 23. The ex citement over I he assignment of A. W. Bowman, capitalist and real es tate tigcnl, still keeps up. F:om one hundred utand dollar which as a first suppose'! lo be about .Wii ITiistjperepi-ard, the BK.O..!:l h n crept up ami it it now beii: wd, bis Uit-riiins Hjft it w iil reach c'.r.sc to a niiliiou e.-liiii-s. 'l l.efi.el that the deficit inuyvoaob Uiis ain-juut doe isot ii ei::ti create as iniieh tonisLuent st'tHd the rirst aiiinim.e meiit ibat he had made an assign ment. The people don't sec m to un derstand liOrt iDt- so trusted and who during sr' many years had so laithful ly administerd the busines c:f others should have gone wrong. The immediate cause of the assign ment was tliat Joseph Beliien, at iu Paris, drew on him for $13,000 for rents and interests due. Almost immediately after Sirs. Bowie, also in Europe diew on him for $17,000. Bowman could not meet this de mands and thts forced from him the acknowledgement of the condi tion of affairs and led to his mak ing an assignment. Who the losers are cf-nnot be determined, as the assignee still refuses to make any thing public untill all matters have been thoroughly sified but it is now thought in addition to Mrs. Bowie and Josiau Belden's claim that Hen ry L. Brecd-ldVin erly a stock broker here, now living in Boston, may be a loser lo the.extep: of a quarter of a million ef dollars. Steps will piobabiy be tuken lo have the as-.-ignmeut set aside and a receiver appointed for the ejlale. Bowman is again under arrest. a sensational elopement Santa Fe,OcI. 23 The upper ten Spanish-American circles here have been thromn-inlo a high state of eX cilement wver the elorvment of Dr. DIED UNDER THE OPERATION. San Francisco, Oct. 24 Mr. J. N. Wiley, believed to be from Dayton, Nevada, was found this afternoon in the hall of the Baldwin hotel in an uncotitioiis condition. He was tak en to the leceiviag hospital where il was ascertained that he was suf lering from pressure ou his larynx of a tumor iu the neck. It was deeniod impeialiye, in order ta save his life to remove the tumor. He died uuder the operation. About 25,000 in cash and checks were found on his persn. A HASTY INDIVIDUAL. San Francisco, Oct. 24 John E. Abbott, a lawyer and capita' ist and a nominee on the Republican ticket for Supervisor, whs shot and seri ously wounded by John W. Ingram, a plumber, last nigh). Two shots were fired, one taking effect in the bowels and ranging upward lodged in the breast. Ingram walked to the police station and gave himself up. Abbott was conveyed to his house. Ingram claimed that Ab bott conspired to defraud himself and his wife of property held in Mrs. Ingram's name. Ingram ac cuses Abbott of publishing a slan derous statement in a morning paper about two weeks ago regarding him self and wife, and in which a dis parity in their ages, he being 27 and she 48, w as lightly commented upon. I bis r.rtic'e, according to Ingram's st. ib mi nt. w .s the chief cau-e of li e tte'otiiiLj. Mr. &bbo t this mcrn iiig was resiling quietly. His physician said there was uo great danger to be I.-and, ud that Abbrlt ntiihi be abie to be up in a wee!?. the "Utltv. Jury cmp im-iied m the ca-" ol US vs Mateo Guerra, indicinlfi giving whi ky to lndiatis. TERRITORIAL COUHT. Carry Taylor vg David A Taylor t-uit for divorce Case placed on the calendar and referred to C H Knapp to lake testimony and icport. FRtl-AY MORNING TERRITORIAL. Amanda L Porter t John T Pop ter, suit for divorce Report o re-fierce filed and decree of divorce granted. Ramon Valencia vs Fred Balsz and Nicholas-Balsz Case ordered placed on the calendar on motion of Campbell . u s. court. U S vs C'has t ri.-mon. Indicted fo polygamy and unlawful cohabita tion Defendant arraigned. Order to plead on Mondity mornimr next and bond fixed at f 2,000 to be ap proved by the clerk. U o vs fllateo ijuerro t use un trial. Court Adjourned. Some days since a number of cit Zens and attorneys sent a petition to Chief Justice Sumner Howard, of Prescott, asking lilni to postpone further proceedings in court until after the election and the fair, and the following letter in reply was received by Secretary of the Fair Association, G. W. Ingalls, this morning: Prescott, Ariz , Oct. 22, 1884. Hon. A- D. Lemon and other Citizens; Gentlemkn : Your request in be half of your Fair Association, that the term of court for Maricopa county be postponed until after the 15th of November, harmonizes with the expressed wishes of many attor neys and suitors who are engaged in the election as candidates and election officers . I therefore con clude that no public interest will suffer and comply with your request. The court will be adjourned until Monday, November 17th. Respectfully, Sumner Howard Tilt Republicans al the Ariaona Canal. COU KT. October Irm. 1884. associate justice d. presiding. WEDNESDAY AFTEUNOON U.S.COURT. U. S. vs Yeager Case closed and jury returned a verdict ef not guiliy and defendant discharged. TERRITORIAL COURT. Jas. Murphy ys O T Hayden Judgment ordered for $1425 with ntcieet and costs. Goldman & Co. vs C T Hayden Judgment ordered for $1,157-08 with interest and costs. Goldman & Co. vs C T Hayden Judgment otdered for $505.20 with interest and ccsts. J P Holcomb vs C T Hsyden Judgment ordered for $1100 with interest rnsd costs. J LB Alexader vs C T Hayden Judgment ordered for $2,481.80 with interest and costs . S Koshland & Co. vs C T Hayden Judgment ordered for 1,882.50 with costs and interest. Mens Ellington ys C T Hayden J udgn.ent ordered for $2,000 with interest and costs. Mons Ellington vs C T Hayden Judgment ordered for $1100 with interest and costs. M Wormser vs C T Havden Quite a . umber of lieptihl lean. assembled at hn Arizona Canal lust evening . taiii wer .and consider poiiti.-ai irtatl M-i, and among them were most the Republican rue-li-daies. The entire cninptuiy of vis iters wer-j n.-st eutor.fi, tied by a flue lunch at the in.-tai.ee ef of the staunch Republicans on the canal. An enthusiastic meeting was after ward cal'ed t". order by Mr. W. D. Fulwiler, who nominated as chair man for the occasion the Hon. Clark Churchill. 3Ir. Churchill took the chair and iu a fiw neat and appro priate remarks intrcduced the oc caslon and the candidates. He was was followed by the Hon J. Y. T. Smith, Judge Porter L. Fowler and Jerry Millar, who all spoke at some length on the political issues in the county. Messrs. Drew, Kirkland, Hine and Place were introduced and each presented a few remarks. Messrs. M. H. Sherman and Ccl, Hatch were also introduced and rep-, resented the laity of the occasion, but though not office aspirants they talked well for those who were. Altogether the meeting was an en tire success and was- attended by everybody in camp, and the Repub lican - ticket will receive a lelling support from that direction on elec tion day. - Last i veiling a very enthusiastic meeting was held by the Republi cans of Tempo and the meeting was attended by a considerable number of Phoenix Reuublieans and by several of the candidates on the Re publican ticket. Owinj: to the inclemency of the weather the meeting was culled to order iu the hall, though a stand and bon fins had been prepared for an open air meeting. The hall was Soon crowded and the meeting was called to order by J. J. Wingar who named Mr. J. T. Priest as chairman of the occasion. Mr. Priest took Hie chair with a few preliminary remarks and intro duced Capt. J. Y. T. Smith, who spoke for nenriy an hour, principal ly b uehingon the local polities and our county government. His re marks were well received and he Scored several points that our coun ty Democracy wiil not be able to overturn from the simple reason that they are absolute truths and facts. Mr. L. Fowler was then introduced and touched upon still other ques- tlous concernim; our county and rrilorial matt' rs in a manner Ihat made him friends and votes among those of l he opposing party who heard him Mr. Fowler was follow- by Jerry Millay, in a tell i atr and eloquent speech, and also by Mr. T. VV. Hine, candidate for surveyor, and by Capt. iV. A. Hancock who handled the land question, with every teal lire of which he is per feetlv familiar, in a n o-t interest- is; manner. The band was present for the oc ision and interspersed s me lively music at irtrevais during the occa sion. Attogct.ier the meeting was a complete sucos, notwithstanding the rain Ihat inleri'crcd with the exercises during the early portion of the evening. CO 3 o 3 Cft CO O CO 0 if ROYAL MS."! 1 J a O 00 Q O d H O O GO H W O m LUS STOCK Must, shall and will be sold AT COST ! These are facts I Come and see. Sales commencing eptember I st. m F:1 S tc- ri -.3 ti rife B d me, Absolutely Pure. Thit powder never varies. A marvel n strenytb. puri y an who! sompiioss More economical than the ordinary kinds and cannot b; s ;ld in comp ituion with the multitude of low tes:. thorr weight alum or phosphate p wd rs. Sold cnlyin cans. KOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., p5-lyw 106 Wall St., New York, ARCADE JBREHIERY Having leased this Fine Brewery 1 am tully prepared to supply the people of Salt River Valley with the finest. I a CO i Boca Beer Depot &Germia Beer Hall Corner Washington and Montezuma sts. i;Mi: For theCelebrated Boca Beer.- Aine most wnoiesomeencioue beer in America, orewed from befct California Chevalier bar ley and choice Russia river hons:brewery on Trtick.ee rlv er, 7,000 feet above sea level, mm Special Rates on Bottled Beer to Saloons, FAMILIES SuppinTAuto?sdaGtood8and REASONABLE PRICES by the Keg or Bottle. Orders promptly rilled. MICHEL WURCH. Judge X. F. Mosher, ol Oregon, and father, of. L. Mosher if this city, arrived yesterday. The Judge is an old newspaper man, having been employed on the Cincinnati Inquirer as early us 1848, and though practicing law he has; never been entirely able to cut loose from Hie Graff Ff s rf-, St 5S ?,! I" : i iJi $ ? ir'i - 1 S Fine "Wines, Liquors and Cigars Choice Kentucy Sour Mash WJiiskies a (Specialty. Aqknct of the I BANK OF ARIZONA, SOL. LEWIS, M. W. KALES Kales & Lewis e 3 ?-s Er r: r a A HI 7. Wa-hingion Street, oppo site Court flouse, has run for FIVE YEARS. OLDEST and BEST Eating House in Town. Sets best table in the city. Single meals 50ctc Three meal tickets $100 ELEGANT JEWELRY, ILL PUKCHASE OR AD vance ou gold and silver Bui- CORRESPONDENTS: The Bank oi California, San Francisco Messrs. Laid law & Co. New York w lion, County bonds and warrants, Discount commercial paper, recieve deposits repayable on demand, un dertakc collections and transact a 1ibhesi. 3AMKr.o Business H?Office hoars, fiom 9 A. M.to 4 P. The Valley PHOENIX - - - ARIZONA. y k s h si m h S3 Ci. S 1 1875 THE PIONEER HOUSE, 1884 & Slip Phoenix, A. T., Wholesale Liiquor Dealers, Im porters and Jobbers of Fine fines Lipors and Cigars Sole Agents for the A. A. A. Old Valley Whisky, Anheuser-Busch Beer, Fredricksburg Brewery Co. M II. .-HEHMAK -WM. OlflUSTY E. J. Bessktt CFft ir- ri n V I '.J. - - President. Cashier ... .A. Casliier WalchmaiiagRepairing and Fine Engraving1. AT Is i: a el Miller's Jeweler's Emporium. Piioenix, Akizona All amintc'j. or Saie. WHISKY BARRELS AT THE FAMILY LIQUOR STORE, DtRECTORS: M. H. SlIERMAM. SAM'L A. JllDKPHY Wm. (y'HicisTy, E J. Bkkett Guv Bennrtt. Receive deposits, make collections buy and sell exchange, discount commercial paper and do a general banking business. 43-Office hours from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Geo. D. Clark WatchmakerJeweler Agency of John L. Bowman & Co., San Francisco, Cal., and Straiton & Storm, New York, Cigars. The Largest Establishment ol the kind in Arizona. WASHINGTON STREET At Dr. Roason's office, near the poatolllce IM KX IX. - A T w, i --;,tll-7 m--1 ji .,- CATTLE! FANCY POULTRY, Berkshire and Poland-Q(iina Pie:s I have some Fine Short-Horn or -Durham Bulls for sale. s "Circulars and Price Li't senT im appilc'fe"; Allien TT'"'"-1S?