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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 27, 1890.
Close of (ho Bernard Trial
Tho Woman Recommended
to the Court's Mercy.
Bernard .Tolls His Story on
Stand Sylverla Zunieu Was
Only His Nurse,
Frank Bernard will know his fate to
day. In the District court yesterday inorn
iug was resumed the trial of Frank
Benard and Sylverla Zunica upon the
charge of unlawful cohabitation.
Tho ease of the prosecution had not
been concluded on Saturday afternoon,
and tho first witness put on by tho
United States was a Justice) of tho
Peace, Tom Sherman.
"Witness said that in tho trial of an at
tachment caso in his court Bernard had
sworn that he was a single man.
This closed tho rae on the part of tho
prosecution, although another witness,
Scan Santa 0.uz,was introduced to testify
us to the sort of life defendant Zunica had
led in Tucson. This witness, however, was
not allowed by the court to testify, the
point as to her past life being deemed
Attorney House then moved for a dis
missal of the cafe, iijion the ground that
the indictment was defective in that it
did not charge the commission of any
The motion was denied and the du
fendanc, iSernard, wa- put uinm tho
stand, tie was a-iKcd only one question
by his cuun.el, and that was as to
whether he had ever committed the
oll'ense charged. Iteruard said that ho
had not. lie was a sick man, he said,
ami he had employed tjylvena Zunica
as a nurse. She had never slept in tho
same room witli him, even, and at
the City of l'aris store had occupied an
alcove opening uion the corral at the
rear of tne building. Defendant was
not subjected to a very rigid crots-ex-amination,
and his testimony was not
materially Bhaken. With his evidence,
the case of the defense w as closed, and
Assistant District Attorney Wilson
opened the argument on behalf of tho
United States, lie was followed bv Mr.
House for the defense, the case being
closed for tho prosecution by District
The judge's charge was delivered, and
the case given to the jury at :5:0S). Tho
court then took a reces,"and at 5 o'clock
re-as-sombled upon the announcement
that the jury had agreed upon a verdict.
They had really agreed upon two
verdicts, which were handed bv tho fore
man to the judge, who read tl'ie lirst as
"We, the jury, find the defendant,
Harry Bernard, guilty as charged."
The second verdict read
"We, the jury, lind tho defendant.
Sylveria Zunica, guilty as charged, and
recommend her to the mercy of the
The jury was then dismissed, and
Judge iibby announced that he would
set today, at 1 :;!0 i: u as the time for
Jt is very probable that a uio:ion for
a new trial will he made when the tune
comes for sentence.
The asylum comuiis-doncrH held a
meeting yesterday but transacted no
business of importance.
Francisco (Juijada, the wife beater,
was arraigned beiore City lieeorder
Shultz yesterday, and his trial set for
Sergeant Logan, 1'. Douglas and
Jefferson Wilson were arraigned before
Judge rvibby for murder ycsierday, and
will be tried today.
Goldman A Co., the well-known mer
chants, have alwiit completed the remod
eling of their store, and will have a
grand reopening June 1st.
Tonight the popular "Busy Bees"
give their gipsy-tent lawn party, at Mrs.
Hollenleck'H, on Grand Avenue. All
Washington street cars connect for this
purpose and carry passengers for ono
lare. Kxtra cars running. Everybody
Work is progressing on the Yar
nell and Edgar group of mines on
tho head of Antelope and Santa Maria
oreeks, eighty miles northwest of here.
The prospect are very much improved
with the work already done and the out
look is line.
In the District Court yesterday Judge
Kibby gave judgment for plaintiirin the
case of the Territory, upon the relation
of the Attorney-General, against
Meador. Defendant was charged with
having usurped and intruded into the
oilice oi Territorial Auditor. Mja.ior's
counsel gave notice of an appeal.
F. Perkins, of Pinal, is "registered at
George Marlow is seriously ill with
Jack Finch returned to his home in
Tucson yesterday morning.
Deputy United States Marshal John
Paul left for Tucson on this morning's
Mr. Bamett, ono of the leading ranch
ers of Mesa City, was in Phojnix yes
terday. Deputy United States Marshal Mills
has returned from an extended trip on
"Cyclono Bill," ono of the men ac
quitted of complicity in the Wham rob
bery, was in the city yesterday.
Miss Bertie Walker, the daughter of
Supreme Court Clerk Walker, has re
turned from Santa Rosa, California,
where she has been attending tho Chase
Tom Hughes, of Tucson, territorial
auditor, is a guest at tho Mills. Mr.
Hughes will take possession at once of
the otlice from which Mr. Aleador was
Ed. Crumb, tho well known Wells,
Fargo & Co's route agent, is in tho
city. Mr. Crumb was shaking hands
with his numerous friends yesterday,
and the handshakes wero tho more cor
dial when it became known that tho
gentleman had recently joined tho great
itriuy of Benedicts.
Miss Edith Bobbins, daughter of Mrs.
J. E. Walker, returned to Phiunix by
train yesterday afternoon. Miss Rob-
bins has been attending a private school
at Santa Rosa and comes to 1'hwnix to
spend her vacation. Her friends will
bo delighted to see her smiling counten
ance once more.
A Mretbig fur Orgnulzntlou to lie Held
Thoso gentlemen who are interested
in tho formation of an artillery section
in Plucnix are requested to meet at the
city hall on Wednesday evening at 7:30.
Tho following names have been signed
to the roll: Frank Kibby, 1). H. He
carte, Calvert Wilson, II. S. Merrill, J.
W. Crenshaw, 0. 0. Utley, A. J. Chand
ler, 1.. II. Williams, W. M. Breaken
ridge, George Spangenberg, Stockton,
Sol. X. Sheridan, Kd. S. Gill, T. I). Me
McUlasson, Charles Hart, M. K.SpauId
ing, Frank llaxter, D. II. Burtis, F. 0.
Czarnowski, Henry Wharton, George
Bcardsley, Beck, Prof. Daltou, Frank
Hartwell, Dr. Helm.
TERRITORIAL GRAND JUBT. I I
The Men Who Will Investigate Criminal
In tho District court yesterday Judge
Kibby swore in the Territorial grand
jury, committing to them charge of the
criminal business of the county. Tho
original venire for tho jury was ex
hausted lMjforo the necessary fifteen had
neen cnosen, ami it twain, necessary
to issuo a call for five more men, the
jury finally being completed as follows:
D. I.. Murry, chairman ; J. S. Bassett,
J. W. Davenport, James Arrowsmith,
Win. D. Osborne, James K. Bonnet,
Orlando Allen, N. M. Broadway, S. C.
Jordan, 11. W. Hulett, John Mont
gomery, M. E. Collins, Wm. Lyall,
James Flaherty, G. W. Nichols.
Then. HuRlie, Tucson J. F. Stimrt, China
K. M. Mills, S.in Carlo II. Chalmers, city
A. J. Halhert, pity O. M. I-omooro, Tempo
F. Perkins I'lniil A. Wliltlon, I'liml
T. I). Mt'GUMin, city.
Plucnix Fire Department is requested
to meet at their hall at 7 :'M o'clock
sharp this evening, May 27th. By order
of F. M. Czaiinowski, Chief.
Tom Scih'i.tz, Sec'y
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Market this morning win generally the dullest,
ami the general list, as a rule, showed small
fractional Improvements over Saturday's 11 mil
prices. The features of the day were the trusts,
and especially the sugar and distillers. The
former declined rapidly with the apparent ob
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following, anil within ten minutes it had fallen
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general market showed the effects of realiza
tions toward the cluse, which were quiet and
heavy. Thero were Insignificant changes made
from the opening figures.
l'etroleum, opened firm, spot tfj, June 01) i,
closed dull, 9.1?H, spot 'J I.
Closing quotations were as follows:
United States Is, registered l
United States Is, couou ur
United States l',js, registered VyXK
United States tjjs, coupon luul;
Pacific As 116
American Express n
Central l'acllle : aVi
Canada Southern c
Canadulan Tactile 'i
Denver and I'.lo Grande is y.
Kric i .WJ
Kansas and Texa,s jc
IamIsvMc and Nashvlllo f
Michigan Central joo
.Missouri l'acllle w
Nortnern Pacific 37.'
Northern Pacific, preferred Kit
Northwestern, preferred if,
New York Central ioh1!
Ori'illll finiirni'Minmir ..Vi
Oregon Navigation lfifi
Oregon s.mrt Line joii
Uregon Transcontinental J'jl?
Pacific Mall j.jJ
Rock Island n-.i?
St.Paul ";. 7wJ
St. Paul and Omaha 33
Texas Pacific ' jg'f
Union Pacific f,;)'
United States Express 7,-,
Wells Kargo Express m.
Western Union i$'
American Cotton Oil 3(iJ
Money on call easy, Ug-fA.
Prime Mercantile Paper, ,V7 per cent.
Sterling Exchange quiet ami strong; GO day
bill, l SI; demand, l SO. '
liar Silver , 1 03.
Chicago Cattle Market.
ClllCAao,MayM.-Cattle-Heeelpts,12,r( 10. Active.
Heavy Ik-eves, (I cofgrt (K)j Steers, f.1 awl H);
Stockcrs and feeders, V IU3 JU; ' Texas Grass
Steers,?.! ,WI at.
Cows l HX! 23.
Hogs Receipts, 25,000. Steady. Mixed, .l SO
3 W; heavy, .i Htt'l '.; light, $.1 sora.1 9J.
Sheep Kecelpts, MU. Firm. Natives. :i 50
6 CO; Western, rgutd.lSO; Texans, M 0o." 00.
Chicago Wheat -Market.
CHICAGO, May 2C. The Wheat Market Is
weak. Early opening ?iJc lower than closing
figures of Saturday and prices further declined
lJHio for deferred futures, became strong,
advanced ljjic, eased off and closed Jc
fower for July, '40 lower for August, Jc lower
for September than the closing of Saturday.
Warm and forcing whether and plenty of rain
had weakened the ellect. Kecelpts ftSl.ouu, ship,
inents 72,ttW, visible supply of wheat, 22, US.OuO,
decrease SI7,0U); corn, ll,u7S,OU0 decrease 1H.U00
oats, 4;ts.WU), decrease, 13,000; barley, 02,000.
New York Coffee and Sugar.
New Yoiik, May 26. Coffee Options closed
steady and unchanged to 10 points up.
Sales, 35,(100 bags; May, 17 10 17 20;
June, I0M((416'JO; July, l6 70 (i 10 HO.
August, 116 Vi. Hpot Ilto, steady, fair. Cargoes
20, No. 7 bat bean, lsrtmu.
Sugar Finn. Sules, 3.J., hhds Muscorado, 89
test, 4i; corgo centrUtigals, US, test, 3 MO. 1,000
tons domestic molassess sugar, Hi best, 3 1-16.
centrlfugalei. 1000 tons domestic sugar, 82 best,
Ski refined, firm.
Copper Neglected. Lake, May, $15 10.
Lead Steady. Domestic, $4 20.
Tin Firmer. Straits, J0 95.
English Wheat Market.
London, May 26. English wheat lost Its tone
under reduced enquiry today and Increased
supplies of foreign wheat. The market de
clined 3d. Lessened shipments from America
are counterbalanced by a large Increase in
Kusslun corn has fallen.
San Francisco Mining Stock.
San Fuancisco, May 20. Mining Stocks closed
llesWt llelcher f 3 00
Ctiollar 3 50
Con. Virginia ..... 4 65
Confidence 5 00
UouluA Curry 1 45
Hale A Norcross 2 75
I'otosl 5 C2K
Opnlr 4 50
Savagi 2 00
Union Con 2 05
YellowJacket 2 90
New York Mining Stocks-
New York, May 26. Following are closing
Brunswick Con $ 1 95
Caledonia, Black Hills 2 10
Consolidated California J: Virginia 4 40
Deadwood , 135
El Crusto 100
Oould iC'urrv 160
Hale it Norcross '. 3 50
llomestake 8 50
Horn Silver 3 35
Mexican 3 00
Iron Silver 2 00
N. Commonwealth : 135
Ophlr , 4 20
Plymouth s 00
Piuenix, Ariiona 140
Savage , 170
Alice 2 35
Sutter Creek 1 5i
Union Consolidated 2 51
lloston Stock Market.
IIosion, May 26. Following are closing quotations:
Atchison, Topcka and Santa Fe 47Jg
Mexlrun Central, common 2S?i
l 1. vim. I. I 'f.t , ... 1 ,u..lil 1.. i.ln.
Mexican Central, first mortgage bonds
San Diego 21
San Francisco Wheat.
San Fkancisco, May 26. Wheat Very dull;
bujer'uo, 1 4i5g.
llarley Very dull; buyer "JO, 1 09.
Corn 11 07,'.j(ijl 27J$.
Sliver llars-l 03(91 "'
Chicago (leneral Markets.
Chicago, May 20. ltye Firm, 51c.
Whisky -i oo.
Shoulucrs Jo lOrtti 20.
Short Clear i (VV3 75.
Short Klbs-$ llKjtj 20.
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. horses. Well matched and well broken
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Proclamation of Reward.
TO ALL WHOM THESE PRESENTS
MAY COME OKEETING:
Wiikhkai: It has come to ray knowledge that
on the Eleventh Day of April last W. W.
LOWTHEK, Deputy Sheriff of Cochise county,
In this Territory, while In the discharge of his
duty as such officer, was brutally murdered by
one JAMES DALY neor the town o! IlUlsee.
Said Daly Is described as a man apiarenty 50
years of age, although several years younger,
about six feet In height, round face, slightly
pockmarked, sandy complexion, and mous
tache, blue eyes, alotit 190 pounds, scar on foot,
talks with strong Welsh accent, and;
WiiEKKAX, Said JAMES DALY thereupon, and
after the commission of said crime, did escape
and la still at large.
NOW, TIIKKKKOKE, I, LEWIS WOI.FLEY.
Governor of Ariiona, by virtue of the authority
within me vested, do hereby offer a reward In
the sum of FIVE HUNDHED DOLLARS, to be
paid by tho Treasurer of tho Territory of Ari
zona, for the arrest and conviction of the said
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my
hand, and caused the Oreat Seal of tho Territory
to I affixed.
Done at Phicnlx, the Capital, this 21th day of
of May, A. D. 1890.
lly the Governor.
N. O. MUIU'IIY,
Secretory of Territory,
r m ir.
National Bank of Arizona,
W. KALES, President.
SOL. LEWIS, Vice-President.
GEO. W. IIOADLEY, Cashier.
Capital, Paid Up,
Surplus, - - - -
- - 25,000
J. Y. T. Smith, Sol. Lr.wis
M. W. Kai.ks,
Geo. W. IIoaijlky.
The Hank of California San Francisco
Agency of Hank of California ..,. ..New York
The Farmers' and Merchants' Hank. Los Angeles.
The Hank of Commerce St. Louis
Consolidated Hank Tucson
Hank of Arizona Prescott
N. M. Kothschllds A Sons London
Maricopa loan anil Trust Co,,
Incorporated, February 1, 1888.
Paid up Capital $100,000.
JOSEPH W. SPAULDING, President.
JEItHY MILLAY, General Manager.
M. E. SPAULDING, Cashier.
T. W. 1IINE, Assistant Cashier.
Wells, Fargo A Co's Hank 8an Francisco
W. T. Itlckards A Co Chicago
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