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NEW SEiUES- -VOL. XXII. NO. 19. PHCENIX, MARICOPA GOONTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1896. WHOLE NO.5371. RiHCEmi:x: TT JJJ-- lL-f JJ c It looks very much bs though it would be entirely unnecessary to S9ttle any contested delegation in Mr. McKm ley's favor, t s by conservative figures be already Eeeme to hrve enough' votes to nominate bini on (be first ballot, and by the time sll the stale reports are in will have a large majority to bis oredit. Ir is said that Mark Smith ia liHely to ba tbe Democratic candidate for Gor.grets when once he is fully con vinced that O ikes Murpby will not be tbe Republican candidate. The Herald does not presume that Us opinion will nominate McKinley, nor that a lot of political slush would convince anybody with common sense but if indications in the east are worth anything Mr. Mc-Kroley will be nomi Dated at St. Louis on tbe first ballot. Our friend, M. H. Rsno, Chairman 1 HE SUPREME COUIiT. The Supreme CourB of tbe Territory met this morning, a full bench being present. Trie session was devoted almost en tirely to tbe banding down of decisions after which an adj luroment was taken of the Populist Territorial Central Com- until tomorrow moraine; at ten o'clock Under one pretext or another Gan. Weyler is bmoberirg icnocent men women and children in "Cuba. Just how long a CievlRnd .administration will sympathize with Gan. Weyler in this practice is as uncertain as was the Oievelacd sympathy with the Kanaka Queen. Mayor, XiF.wylli.no has returned to New Mexico temporarily buS will proba bly return to this city to push tbe ex emination into the exposure of a private telegram whioh he bad sent .from the telegraph office here but which in some illegitimate manner for which tbe op erators are in no wiy responsible, was given out to the public. He proposes to see how it got oat. id it tee, in the last issue cf his party sheet uses up four columns of valuable space, quotas a fine selection of figures, which must have required a whole lot of bruin work, acd which is supposed to indioate tbe gain or loss cf property In tbe various states and territories, ncd finally boi's the whole discussion down to five lines after be announces that less than half t'ie assessed property value- j tioo in tbe Territory is owned by rest-i dents, as follows: "Yet it is tbe owners of this half that makes tbe whole valu able, from whosa labor comes the money to pay its taxed and to settle its existing and increasing indebtedness," aod those five lines a rank misstatement of -the faots as any thinking man must at.once pronounce it, who knows anything of our assessed property acd where the taxes of the Territory come from. Of c lures resident tnspiye.'S pay their pro portion of the taxes but not r.l! of them; be railroads, which be intimates are worth nothing to the Territory acd pay no taxes, pay os much tax on the dollar of valuation es any other properly in the Territory, and if they were "wiib- Ges. LiOHGsteeet, one of the bravest and fiercest of tbe commanders of the Confederate armies in war times, deliv ered an eloquent acd .coble address oo the anniversary of GaD.Grant's birthday, in the oily of Bjston a few days since. Think of it. And yet there are a lot of , people, north and eoutb, who don't seem to know that the civil war is over. They are not people of Gen. Locgstreet'e oalaber, however. Phoenix will indulge in a city elec tion in about a month, on tbe first Tuesday in June. At that election it will now be necassary to choose mayor, a councilman from the Second ward and an assessor acd tax oollector, all responsible places to be filled. In ad dition to tbe election of these officers we will be called upon to vote on the matter of tbe issuance of about $50,000 of oity bonds to take up bonded indebt edness due and outstanding warrants. The Senate is now working under en understanding that nothing important shall be taken up until all of the appropriation bilie bre disposed of, aad some think that adj-iuromens is probable on or about May 10, the date suggested at a recant conference of Ri 'publioan Senators, but everybody rec ognizes that there oan be nothing cer tain about it until a jiint resolution naming tbe day for adjournment has been actually adopted by the Secate. The House ia all right acd will it is re ported promptly sgree to any date set by the Senate, and will wait for- tbe Senate to take tbe initiative. The session of the National Repub lioan Convention at St Louis is ap- . proaching repidly. It will be an ocoa eion of most extraordinary interest to the cation inasmuch as the nominee of tbe Republicen party at that time will be tbe Domiuee of tbe people of tbe nation, who have fully determined that the attempts to lead them from the paths of prosperity by rrears of .the free trade heresies, and tbe incompe- tency of the advocates of those heresies when in power, shall no longer prevail" Four years cf business dissever hat demonstrated must completely toevery not totally prejudiced man that there is enmething radically wrcrg; more than that those four years have demonstrated io the people jest w hat ie wroct, iu cause and remedy, more than 6cy otbei period of government in the history of the United States. The action of Ibt people will be positive and unwavering as this knowledge is deSuite. The idaa thai tbe Raines excise law, passed by the Xew York Republicnr legislature, wa going to irjure tbe Republican party of that state is oo loogtr held even by Democrats, on tbe oontr.'.ry n is going to etreogtben tbe Republicans. Bare is the opinion of Dr. C.W. Meade, for some years a police judge in Naw York City:" At first it looked as though the Runes' law would be so distasteful to the public that tbe Republican party would be made to suf fer for its enactment. But there has been a great chacge.of publiosecliment, the people are begining to realize tbe many good points of the law, aiid tbe Republicans will reap ibe benefit frouj it instead of diauate. It is about ss good a statute as the toaenuit.y of man could contrive; it wipe out the dives where tbe poorer cl imes leaf and equan der their earnings; it puts lbs business of selling liquor on tt- best possible plan by putting is on the hands of responsible men, an ) it dot-s away with he corruption and o! lokmail of the old regime." drawn" from tbe Territory Mr. Rap would rjhVo to "wain out in more senses than one. Then be euvF, ','tsk from it, toj, the valuation of such mine as Jerome, as Bisbee, as Globe, as Ci if ton, owned by con- residente;"' acd ye Mr. Rsno knows es well as any other man that tbe tGxes those mines pay go far toward maintaining the ex penses of tbcs8 counties wherein tbey are located; be further knows, if he kqows anything, that to tfke out tbe railroad-tax?s paid by the Southern Pa cific, to some of the counties through whioh it rune, would be to bankrupt those counties aod tbe same may be 6sid of tbe Atlantic & Pacific. TaBe out these railroads scd those mines and the people of tbe whole Territory would ba well nigh bankrupt, for tbey are bringing into tbe Territory and distrib uting among our people every month, millions of dollars, and . yet Mr. Ran o seta up his Popujiatio bowl because tbey are "owned" by eastern capital; by capital outside the Territory. Can Mr. Reno, will Mr. Reno, inform tbe people of Arizona when tboea railroads would be built,-when those mines would be opened and made to ield their riches by oapital owned in tbe .Territory? It took more oapital to build those two roeds across Arizona when they were built then tbe assessed value cf tbe whole Territory of Arizona at that time. The investment of that capital, the con struction of thos8 roadsbavs made the Territory what it ie, have made it possi ble for Mr. Reno to get enough to eat and clothe himself with in this Territory and give him a chance to talk sophistic Populism. Or is all that done on "for eign capital against wb:ch he howls, oapital he brought with him because we had railroads acd copper mines acd he thought he would invest it here at 2 per cent, per month interest ? when it isnxpeot-ed other decisions will be handed down Chas O Wagoner, appellant, vs The Territory of Arizona, respondent; deci sion of lower court afhrmed JO Dunbar appellant, vs Territory of Arizona, raspoadect; deoision of low er oourt reversed. Lawrence M Lomon, appellant, vs Territory of Arizona, respondent ; deoi sion of lower oourt affirmed. Jesu9 Miranda, administrator, and Jacintu Cordova, administratrix of the estate of Guadalupe Cordova, etc , da oeased, appellants, vs Chas Goldman and Leo Goldman, appellee; motion for rehearing denied T D MoGIassoo, et at, appellants, vs D A Terrell, appellee; motion for re hearing denied. The Republican Publishing Co appel lant, vs Wra U Gill, appeliee; dscision of lower court sffirmed. Gao W Bryan, appellant, vs Cochise county, appellee; motion for rehearing denied. Geo H Fitte, appellant, vs Tbe Mayor and Common Council City of Tomb stone; motion to dismiss dunied. T F Miller, appellant, vs John A Webb, appellee; decision of lower court affirinad. Nfctoaniel Sharp, appellant, vs W L George, J T Priest and W A Kimball, Supervisors, et al, appellees; decision of lower court affirmed. U Obmotr, appellant, vs M H Sber-. mao, appellee; motion for rehearing de nied. H W Ryder, appellant, vs Henry Rix 8od, appellee; motion for rehearing de nied. Salt R:vrVall6y Mining Co, appel lant?, vs Norton et al, appellees; motion for rehearing denied. Northwestern National Biok, appel lant, vs B M Freeman et al, appellees; motion for rehearing denied. Notice of appeal to U. S. Supreme Court given. Severance, appellant, vs Welch, ap peilee; motion to retax costs Submitted. It was ordered that an adj turned term of the Supreme Oourt bs held at Pres cott on June 22ad and at Phoenix on October 1st next. The following decisions were handed down : John Sorufe & Co., appellants, vs P W Smith, appelle. Deoision of lower court reversed. . C A Stevens, et al., appellants, vs. Abbie E Wadleigh, appellee. Deoision of lower court affirmed. Michael J Sullivan, appellant, vs. Wm P Woods, et al., appellees. Decision of lower oourt affirmed, Chief Justioe B-iker dissenting. Juan P Cbarloulox, appellant, vs. Pe dro Charlouloux, appellee. A SENSATION. METHODISTS MEET. Three Hundred Catholics Join the Methodists. to The Woman Question Di.sca.ssed at Cleveland. ARE DISSATISFIED. The Infalability of the Pope and Transsnbstantiatioii Xo Longer Believed. Cleveland, Ohio, May 5. A profound sensation has arisen in the cburch of the Immaculate Haart of the Blessed Virgin Miry, (Iadspsadent Catholic) organized in thia city about tbre yearia ago, and presided over by Father A. Kulasz jwski. Father Kulaezswski and bis three thousand Polish pariehocers desire to ally themselves with tbe Methodist Episcopal church, it is siid Chaplain McOadbe, of the M. E. coffer er C', said: '"They da not believe in tbe infalibilily of the Pops and trans substantiation any longer." Father Kolaszewski refused to d;aoues the sub- MILWAUKKG STRIKE. The Street Car Med Remain Oat To day. Milwaukee, May, 5. The Federated Trades Council bss not, us reported, ordered a sympathetic strike. Resolu tions promising moral and financial support were adopted. A committee was appointed to protest to the oouncil against the offijiousness of the police in helping to run cars and oollecfcijg fares. This morning the street car lines were tied up much more closely' than at the same hour yesterday. The electrical workers in the employ of the railway struok this morning but tbe company officials managed to keep the plant in operation. Not a man returned to work at noon the hour fixed by tbe strike committee when all "employes weie to report for duty or be d isobar-gad. Women were at headquarters with children in their arms and jerred the men running the oars. Milwaukee, May 5. A oar was ston ed by strikers this afternoon, a passeo ger and e policem-trj receiving iDjunes. StonFsand other obstructions are being placed on the tracks in the suburbs. AN A MAJORITY REPORT THE SHAH'S MURDERER. He is Recognized as a Confirmed Agia or. Teheran, May 4. It has been de finitely ascertained that the assasin cf the.late Shah of Persia Nazr Eddin, is a Moiah Rez.8 and a follower of the well known agitator, Sheikh Jemaleddir, ex iled in 1891, after haviag been couvioted of high treason. Rezi was also lrn prisoned for treason but was subse quently liberated. After his release be continued hie attaok-i on the govern meut, and was again imprisoned aod one more released, ana was actually Clf-vet-axo. O.. Mav 4. The antici grantea a pension Dy tne &nan. xn spue pation ot a disposition of the women or oiemency shown mm, tizt oooi.nueo qa3stlOD oaUed out a large attendance agitation agains tne government,, t th a ftnerBi Methodist EoieooDal Con ana when warned that ce wouia again ferenoe this mornj0!I. BiBhop Merril of be arrested, suddenly left this oity. He Chicago presided. Dr. Mueller of was next beard ot at uonstanlinopie Favors the Admission of Women to Seats in the Conference, LEVI STRAUSS & G(Xr FACTORY- SAN FRANCISCO -CAL. COPPER RIVETED TRADE MARK. OVERALLS AND SPRING BOTTOM PANTS. EVERY GARMENT GUARANTEED, EMPLOY OVER 3 5 Ojp J? I 5 - JACKSON'S TRIALt Iastruotiocs were telegraphed to that dy tj have the person of the Bgitator closely watched. An additional report from Constantinople advised tbe gov Cleveland presented a resolution favor icg arbitration for all English speaking oountrieF, which was adopted and a oopy ordered printtd The exciting feature today was -when with Seikh Jemaleddin. CEXTENXIALi YEAR Oelebrailon Horace eminent that Rza was corresponding Dr .Monroe, presented to the Confer- 4oo'e a written statement fron four worren delegates, part ot which is as follows: "While we regard ourselves as laymen in the full sense of the term and bold that lay eleotoral conferences are entitled uader amendment 18G8-72 to jboosa their delegates suhj-ct only to tbe restrictions therein specified, we are unwilling to seem to insist upon our aersonal rights which are in dispute. It eenis lo us that were the Conference relieved from the tension which our presence occasions it might speedily de vise a plan of admission upon which in Honor of Mann II Kl. Des Moine3, Ia., May 4 In accord- area of a proolamation issued to tht educational public of tbe State by Su perintendent of Publ'O Instructiot Si bio, fi-igs are flying from suhoo bouses and from many public buildings- thraugbout the commonwealth today. Ia this way is commemorated the ceo tennial year of Horses Mann, tbe friend tl?e great majority of member.s could of the common schools, and the greatest tgree. Tbe statement whs presented American promoter of popular educa- JaQ6 F Bashford, S. Parkef aod Ada tioo. He was born in Massachusetts on 0. Butcher. No sooner had tba com- iuay a,iyo, ana nis name is atiaonea tc gjtjon of the womeQ delegates the report or tbe commissioners prmteo been oFered than pr. Kynett, chairman The Owner of the Farm Today. A FAULTY ME, The BarteDder Pro Answer a Qnesf forty years ago, to revise the school laws of the Hawkeye State. A BEEF1 TRUST. Chicago Shippers and Railroad Men on the Itaet. INHUMAN HUSBAND. Kills bis Wife and Infant Child and Suicides. Canaan, Conn. , Mny 1. Ed win Plant of Mass., three miles from here, today sbot and instantly killed bis wife Ada, acd then fired a bullet into the breast of bis two-weeks old child killing it in stantly." Plant Aid to the swamp near the Karkapot river. After a lively ey cbangf) of shots with bis pursuers Plant killed himself. He was married April 1G and tbe same day bis wife gave birth Deoision ot to an infant. ! lower oourt reversed, Chief Justice Baker dissenting. Juana Walker vs W H Walker et al. Decision of lower court tflirmed, Chief Justice Baker dissenting. J LB Alexander, adm estate II N Alexander, deceased, vs L C Hughes, Governor. An order wp.b made sub stituting B J Fracklir., Governor, as appellee. United States vs W C Dawes et al. Case ordered submitted. RESOLUTIONS OV RKSPKCT. To the Memory of the Late Ij. J. Wood. Phoksix, Ariz., May. 4, 1803. Hall of Phoenix L jde No. 335, B. P. O. E'ks. Whereas, our well beioved and honor ed brother, L. J. Wood, hns bweri sum moned before the Grand Exalted Rjier of the UoiVt.rs-',' Toerefore, ba it Resolved: That iu the deash of our brother, Pool's ti-jdge Nj 335, B. P. O. TS, ks, hi.e suffsr ad an irreparable !oes, and such an one jb will always be remembered viih the greatest sorrow and regret. Ha wbs a '.rue E k, in all thai tbe name implies. He was faithful adherent tj tbe cause t charity, faithful in- justice; and faithful in brotherly love; al! of which virtues did ba practica with the atauoebest fidelity; and worthy to re- eive from us euoo honors as are be- towed upon the faithful brethero who! precede us to the Grett Lodge of the Hereafter, there to reoeive from tbe Exulted Grand Ruler of All. tbe Bail legree rf E'eroity. Beit Risolved: Tiai. Phoeair L di No 335, B. P. O. E ka, hereby offers to his mourning widow our help um! tyto patby, in thip, her hour of need; and .he also a copy of these resolutions be sent to hia widow, and esoh respective ly to tbe daily cewepapere, and spread upon the minutes of tbe Lodge. Be it Further Resolved: That tbe charter of i-ur Lodge be draped io mourning for the epaoe of thre months from ".bisdite. Mabk H. Heissman, A. V. TUTTLE, W. T. Smith. The Arid Zone. Visiror3 to the Columbia Exposition will remember, the striking exhibit made by the Territory of Arizona. There was a display of gold, silver, cop per, platinum, onyx, marble and pre cious stones that fairly outshone all other weetera productions. Not only these, but tbe. produois of the lend of death acd desolation to emigrant and traveler, where the fiercest and oiot t merciless of Iodian tribes made their home, is being reclaimed for tbe uses of civilized aoin. I; ie ocdT the intelli gent mastery of modern s 'ience, smiling with harvests and blooming with fruit and fl eis. Tbe secret of all this is irrigation. A land of unexampled fer tility, it uetded only tbe touchstone of water to make it one ot the most favor ed regions of the earth, a land overflow ing with miik and honey. The report cf Governor Hughes for 1S05 is full of the most interesting facts Bi d statements, and he sets forth the advantages of Arizona in laoguage that does not seem too highly colored It poesesees resources within its limits that would support millions of pnpula tioc, a climate that is uoequaled any where and a productiveness that wiM supply every want and every luxury. With an area twice as great as tbe St-nte ut Iliinoi,'t has only a population of 77,000 peop!e,but they have churches aod schools and a very well established university. ior will this vast region be called much longer the arid z;ce All that it needs is population aod that must come. When we consider tbe resources and possibilities of such a land, wby will so many thousands of the people continue to live in poverty, destitution ard ob scurity in our crowded citiee? Chicago Times Herald. FAMOUS SU1I ENDED. Decision Insurance for the Company. Minneapolis, May 5. Judge Belden today directed a verdiotfor the Security Mutual Life Iosuranoe Company in the famous suit of Mrs. Laura Perkins to collect insurance on the life of Mrs Lola H iwkins, who died as a result of a lamp accident. Mrs. Perkins was ar rested oharged with the murdar of Mrs. Hawkins, but the grand jury refused to indict her. The verdict was ordered on grounds of falsification on applica tion for policy. BIG GOL) PH1PMB5IT. A Million and a Half to Go Out To morrow. New Yokk, May 4 Ileidalbsch, Ick elheimer & Co. expect to ehip 31,000,000 in gold bars tomorrow. The Sunday School Association. Final arrangements have been made for the great annual union pintc cf the Sundiy schools of tbe valley to the Hucsaynrapa Canyon. six;y miles north of the city, next Saturday . The Sun day EOhoois have chsrtered a trBin over the S. F., P. & P. R. R., whioh will leave tbe depot at the foot of- First avenue at. 7:30 o'ch ok, c"ty time. A II member? of the various Sunday Bobools will me-t at their respective churches at 6:30 o'elbck to rf-cive badees which wi!l en title them to free passage. All who are not members will be rfq'jired to pay $1 for the round trip. Children under fifteen yeare, bait price. It is expected hat all the Sunday schools from Meep, Albnmbra, Glendale and District 14 wili aleo j'lin . Chicago, May 4 The spring term of the United States court opens toda and it is expected that United Statet District Attorney Black will at one take up toe matier of the violation of tbe Interstate Commerce law by num erous railroad ofB.iiala and ebippere. About three weeks ego subpoenas wert. issued for between seventy and eighty cffiaials of eastern and western roads, puckers of mea-, shippers of dressed beef, manufacturers and wholesale mer chants, and tbe upper floors ot tbe Manadaook building, where the United States Courts now meet, were thronged this morning with people who had been summoned. Tbe district attorney acd bis officials are inolined to keep their owu cjunssl, but it is given out from other sources that a strong effjrt wil be. made by the Interstate Commerce commission to prove the existence ot a beef trust, and to indict raiLroad offi cials and sbippars for oonnectioo there with end for disorimioation in .making and receiving rates. Uuder the recent Brown deoision of the Supreme Court, shippers having in tbeir possession re duoed rates of shipment are placed be tween tbe devil and tbe deep sea. Tbey must either surrender whatever infor mation they have to the grand jury or stand committed for contempt, or per jure themselves and take tbe chances of going to jil. Great interest, not to say anxiety, in the movements of District Attorney Black, is manifested both in railroad and packing circiers. MONUMENT UN7 VEILED. To Stand to the Memory of Patrick O'Sullivan. if tbe committee on eligibility, submit ted a majority report. Britfly an nounced tha oo mm it tee bad deoided r.bat women were entitled to seats in the ioovention. Several delegates arose to iefend the report but there was a uni versal demand for a minority report. It vas a leDgthy art'ols read by Dr. Neely if Philadelphia. It was found to chal lenge tbe eligibility of women . That the election of woman by law to '.he electoral conferences is illegal, and to seat the claimants wou d tend to des roy all respect for tbe constitution of he ohurob and for the decisions and oterpretat-iocs ot the general confer ence. fter an extended debate on the two reports further discussion was post poned until this aftsrooon. Cleveland, Ohio, May 5. No eoonc bad Bishop Andrews called tbe general Metbodist-Episoopal conference to or der this morning than C. W. Bennett, of '.'itcinnati, presented a resolution pro viding for tha appointment of especial committee to pass on - all communica tions from laymen. The oommittse was to consist of one minister and one lay man from each diatrictl After a groJ deal of debate, in which Rav. Dr. Spier of Detroit, expressed regret, that any feeling existed between tbe clergy acd laity ; the resolution was adopted. The womeD question was then prosecuted by President Daniel Stevensor,of Union College, Kantuoky, who critidzed tbe action of the.oisbops in deoiding against the women in 1888. Rev. G. Neeley led tbe fight against tbe women. He held tbe question to be one of law purely. Hs said it was true the Bible said rten aad women are one iu Christ, but not in a general conference. He held that in tbe chutch statutes . women is different than men. Tbe question, b said, is a constitutional one, and no one is to be admitted unless specifically mentioned. The delegates were thoroughly Newport, May 4. owns tbe farm here B yan was found, tee two spots of b'ood o also blocd on tbe lea' saw marks of tbe w on the grass close beeia led from tbe road to tb tbe body was found. Geo bartender, waa placed on tiT was uoaba to answer any rqaet to bim. On croES-examinatiou tne p eouoion nad mm icientiry tne letter re caived from John Soward of Somerset," Kentucky, a detective working in tbe interest of Scott Jackson. The letter oontaiced a formal statement cf matters which Seward asked the witness to tes tify when called at the court. The Court ruled the letter out. Newport, Ky., May 5. Tbe most sensational developments in tbe Jack son trial may be expected this after noon. Col. Nelson, for tbe prosecution, has been begged by John Howard, tbe detective, for mercy. Howard voluntar ily offered to make a full confession, that be procured tbe trusty to come on the stand as a witness for tbe defense, and bad invented tbe testimony the trusty gave. rjT - Si-s--'i r Y J 1 V 1 v 1 its' -iso loug-ntTsa.wjiporc of December 6, 1S57, and was severeiy wounded by a blow from a club wielded by a giant sepoy. He bad himself bay oneted three of the enemy previous-to being rendered hors du combat. Faulkner completed 1 years' service in the Royal marines and then retired on a meager pension, afterward getting employment aa a laborer. The deceased was 59 years of age. FALSE ECONOMY. FOtl BIL.VEK. Iowa Democrats Favor Met the White Akgyle, Wis., May 5. A twelve foot aroused and feeling ran high. Judge granite 6baft, with the lineonption: Caplee, Senator Hulao, Dr.. Buckley of "From the Irish Nationalists," was un- New York, Rsv Dr Hnrris of Maine veilfd here today over tbe fcrave of !iv Dr J(iua-8 Caffy of Minneapolis, Patrick O'Sullivan, known as the "Ice- Rev Dr J W Il-imiiton, Dr J Diy, Dr man," one of tbe convicted murderersof j Emery Miller of Iowa, 8ud several other Dr. P. H. Crooin, tbe Irish patriot and mn prominent in the councils of tb opponent of the Clan na Gael, and who church, spoke upon the question. When died four years ago today, on tbe anni- I tbe hour for adj urnmeot ai rivec, the vereary of the Cronin morder, iu JoJiet I conference discontinued the debate prison. The funds for tha moou- until tomorrow morning. No business ment, it is said, were subscribed by will be done until tbe question is settled. frieuda of ihe dead man; the idea thai Free lul'ortuaucin. Messrs. O. A. Soow & Cj., of YVash irgtou, D. C, solicitors of patents and lawyers wh,se advertisement is in an other ooiu.mo, will eend free to :inveDt ors or others interested in patents fuil inform itifcn about the cost of Unit ed State acd foreign pateots and tbe steps necessary to procure I hem. Also a panSpblet about Cwveate, Tri.d- Marks aodj Copyrights, etc The southbound train going into Phoenix poises a large end growing graveyard which is foes being surround ed by residences. Of course, grave yards fi 1 a long felt want, but i is not tbe most appropriate thing to have them stand guard at the portals of en trance to a beautiful city. That ground should ba covered with the residences of Iiv9 people icetead at dead one. The eff-ct would be . more bleasing to the visiting stranger. as wen sauenea n vsptsgeous situn l-.ild be benefits 9oo whomsoef A.i, lesa 8d- f living ' J Of DO rnoBiTB isortCK In the Pribate C ort of Maricopa Connty, A. T.. ia the matter of the estate of John K tg, deces ei. Order to show ennee. It appearing to triia court by the pstitiou filed herein by the executors of the refute i;f John Kine. deceased, that it is neceeearr to eellThf whole or snme portion of tbe real rs'ate of said deaerient to pay the debts nf bp id deceased acd tUe oosta and expenses f administration: It is thareTore ordered and directei by this eontt, that Satardsy. ttie 6th day of Jare, A. D., 1838, at the hoor of 10 oYlock a. m., cf s id dny, attheconrt room of this ctort. at the court hoa-e in the city of Phoenix, county of Mari copa, and Territory of Arizona, be and t'-e same is hereby fixed as tha time and place fi rtbe hoarins of svd pstition, and all psraors inte -ested in said estate mnt apprar Mt said titr.e and plaoe and bIiow cause if any they have why the Clan-r.a Gael or any other organi zitioc is reepousible for the tribute to his memory being repudiated. Aoout one hundred Irishmen from Chicago, and a number from this state, were present at tbe unveiling. An address was delivered by Father Dorcey, of this place, and also by a priest from Ch' c tgo, whose name Wbs cot allowed to trucBpire for tbe reasor, us stated, that be might bring himsr-if into conflict with Aicbbsbop Feeban. Ddn Cou giin, tha detective, who w as oonvioled Cor complicity in the murder, but ac quitted on s. second trial, after being ssrtut tojohetfor bfe, was among those uresent. CINCINNATI'S EXPLOSION. A HEM AUKAHI.E AFFAItt. Chicago Treated to a Unique Enter tainment. Chicago, May 5. Suciety will turn out in force at t be Auditorium this even ing to witness a remarkable entertain-I '"S With tha new engine and electric The Faiatties not e Great aa Wat Thought. Cincinnati, My 5. A gasoline ex plosion io tbe five story builuiog, 430- 432 Walnut street last oighs has requir ed tha attention of ail the city depart ments today. The street cleaning forcef ivere working on the debris while tbt- fireman and police were on duty for equaree about the wreckage. X oe fatalities in tbe building whioh was oc iuried bv Adolnn Drach and Ij'uis- Fray, with oaft-e and saloons on the tire' door at d fi its on the four upper fljore, nam not so grt-al as was estim lied last night. There ie muc'i indignation today bet!nuat the expioG'oo is said to be due to tbi csrrtlessness in employing a bar rel of vaseline in a tauk and leaving it so that a fl ish from a deranged eltciric wire cuJid the "xpiosioc. But as Adolph Drach wa9 himaelf experiment- ment prepared by tbe clored popnlo tinn of the city, and entitled "Thirty V'ears of Freedom " Ths pffair is under the iiii?p:c9 of fifty of the 1-inding society woaien of the city, while the three hurdfed or more colored people an order of sale should not be cranted paid I ,ho nil! tioi.ra u, il. ,,r,r0mn, ...n-.i execatore to sell so mach of said real estate as ' m n . . m- . . .. . '") from all parte of the oo jntry. Toe pro- may be neoeesary to pay the charges and ex pensesof a -ministration aid that a copy ,f , rHm mG 18 divided into nine principal this order bs pnb ihrd for fonr snocessire parte, ioo uding the cotton plantation, week, in the Phoenix Aeekly Hkhai i, a news- Ube Oiassimi of colored trooos to eave the Union, representation of a famous paper of general circulation printed Aid pnb-j lished ia this county. C.W C'ROrjSF, Probate Jndeo. I THINK so highly of "Aribons" that I h pe never to be ibhont it. No mpdicinn cUest oan be replete unless it. contains it. You have bnt to use it onoe to otme to tha nonnlcsion that it is iadiepen'ib'e to evry home. If you want to ba a rat friend to f offerers from com mon ailments introduce to them 'Aribova." JOHFt'M First Beptiot thurch, Pr-s- Odttle, reoipc of tha Emancipation ?-oclamatioc, and nn Emancipation Dy picnic. One of the features will be tb appearance of Joseph Douglass, grsndsoo at d companion of tbe late Frederick Douglass, and who is said to be t,be moat, flaxseed vioiin n layer of tbe ceiored race. plant and was one of tbe victims, there cannot b noy inreatigatioo or redcees. A GOOI1 KEMILUTION. American Frisnners in ptln to be Protected. Wasuisi;ton May 5 When the Senate met tod y Ca:', of Fiorida, in troduced a resolution iquestirg the President to prr.teut agaiutjo tbe execu tion of American oit-'zucs taken oo board the 6-chooner Cotripetiior Ivy the Spanish gunboat, iu d to cemara of Sp3io that, the pneoDere ehall not. be subject to cu 1 tfei-tmer t. Call asked for immediate coneideral ion tf the re solution. Oo a viv voce vote it was adopted with a faint response, but few senatoje nresent. , . . themselves ra -The returns, show rh had,. t,; Waste ot Time More Than Balanced Price of Finished Article. Iii an article in a recent number of Cassier Mag-a'zine Mr. II. Hansen gives an illustration of what, he calls an ex ample of false shop economy. . Aside from its interest and the lesson it sug gests, 'it; reminds me of an instance whtch wry i ' '.'i t ' --M-nr ago. Sir. 1IJ iirui Ottomwa, May-5 that tweaty-three counties have held conventions and that 113 delegates to the Democratic convention w'll favor silver and 62 gold. This indicates that tbe state will be for silver: GOLD SHIPMENTS. One Firm to Ship a Million on Thuisday. i New York, May 5. Hsrdelbich, Ickleheimsr fc Cj. , eirpaot to ship one million in gold coin Thursday, by steamer Baring. Mgoua &. Co., will ehip to Gir uany the aame day 8500,000 in gold. AN ANAIif HIST PLOT. One Has Been Discovered Against Kini; Humbert. London, May 1. A special from Naples eays it is ru raored that an anar chist plot against King Humbert has been discovered. s ra a.'- ti toA yCV it thiA S.NGULAr! DioUOVERIES. A Whale That Was a Valuable Contribu tor to Science. A very strancre thing happened tc the prince of Monaco's steam yacht Princesse Alice, near the island oi Terceira in the Azores last summer. The prince has devoted his yucht to the studv of the ocean and its inhabitants. md many important facts have thus teen gathered for science. On the oc casion referred to a sperm-whale, or cachalot, about 45 feet long, was har- They j. akers, macij jiltnty of woot ' ground, so it i there could xA tached. to convej they saw fit. Owing of their foundry foreii accustovieci to.this cl main casting or bed times before producing a passable meet of work. The smaller parts were the same way, and there was hardly apiece connected with it that was made on the first trial. In nearly every case success came only after some experience had been paid for. When it came to assem bling, I have a distinct recollection of several pieces refusing to be put to gether. Part which should have been cast separately were consolidated to make it easier for the pattern-maker and machinist. FIGHTING PESTS BY STEAM. How They Carry on the War Against In sects in Australia. The somewhat novel system of em ploying steam with sulphur vapors and other chemicals for the purpose of de str3"iiig various kinds of Insect pests is turning out quite a success, says the Australasian. By the pressure of steam the disinfecting vapors are forced to the very bottom of every hole and crack in the tree, and without any doubt reach the seat of the disease, thereby thoroughly destroying all in sect life, together with any larvae and eggs which may be at the bottom of the hole. Anj loose br-rk is also pene- pooned by some fishermen, and in its lying struggles it made direct for the ,rftt;d. ..nd if the co!:n moth trrub is L'riiK'i'ssc -Mice If it had struck the little yacht tine consequences might have leen very serious, but just when the collision seemed inevitable the whale dived, and coming up on the t her side of the yacht, t timed upon its bnck in the death-agony. At, this in stant the bodies of three gigantic cephalopoda the class to which cut tlefishes belong were ejected from the whale's mouth. These were se ined by a boat from the yacht, and later the bodies of a number of curious inhabitants of the sea were found in the whale's stonuieh. The cephalo- pods belong to a new sjeeies. Other capt ures that the whale had made were so interesting as to lead Mr. J. Y. Bu chanan, the naturalist, to remark in a recent number of Nature: "The each; dot which was killed by the whalers oi Terceira almost under the keiel of the Princes&e Alice seems as if it had been guided in t he pursuit of its foot? by a desire to devour nothing but animals which, up to the present, are com pletely unknown. there ifs'fa'je is sealed. It is claimed that mealy bug, red spider and a host of other posts can be eradicated by the same method. The patentee, S. Lowe, has just finished steaming and fumi gating a number of orange and lemon trees in the northeastern district, the results being highly satisfactory. The government entomologist, in his valu able book on "Destructive Insects," refers to the great superiority .of sbs ixnver machines fo. '.he 'purpose of stroying in.vx-t over those worked by hand. A Kanyle Hero. The easy-going Kabyles push democ racy to extreme limits, living on la- milinr and equal terms with their cattle sntl their swine all occupying tiie common dwelling. A fine, hardy race of great bravery and- many noble traits, they yet resemble the Arabs in their want of honesty. A story is told of a chief of theirs, Mokrani. which makes us think the days of chivalry are not vet gone. When, worsted in the b ranco- Cerinan war in 1871, the Frcueh had to withdraw their troops from Algeria, and thus a grand opeu'mg was left for nsurreetiou, Mokrani would not rebel, as he had pledged is word tit the Al gerian governor that there would be no rising against the jfreneh authority till the war wrs over. Even when a peace had been made, and he was thus re leased from his promise, he gave -8 hours' notiae to the "Frrueh of his in tention to comme nce hostilities against them. Verily, h was a hero, and he died a hero's deuth in the thick of bat- f tie. WeTister Review, Tiie Sense of Direction. If there be, as some suppose, a sixth sense, by which animals, birds and in sects know in what direction, to move toward a given spot, how many strange things it explains! The late Prof. Kiley iraci! hatched some Japanese ai'anthus bilk worms in Chicago. He confined a female moth iu a small cage; he car ried a male of the family by night to another part of the city, a mile and a half away, and liberated it, having first, attached a silk thread to ih abdomen. In the morning the male moth wasjiov ering around the cage of his imprisoned sister. Youth's Companion. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. CREAM ..v A w w - f PERFECT MADE. Cream of Tartar Powder". Free Alum or any other adulterant. JjS-rs the Standard.