PHOENIX, ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 1894.
VOL. IV. NO. 301.
A FOUL BY HILL.
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- President. ' E.J. Bennitt, Cashier
General Banking Business.
C. B. Ming was yesterday appointed
notary public for Maricopa county.
The county registration of voters will
begin at the county recorder's office to
day. A. Wallace, a mining: engineer from
Loidsbnrg, N. M., is stopping at the
Twenty-eight instruments were filed
in the county recorder's office yesterday
making the heaviest day's business of
The Chinese social at the Presby
terian church last night was a very
pleasurable, unique and succeBBful en
A glove contest was arranged yester
day to take place in Phoenix on April
18, between Tom Carter, the colored
ight-weight and Ed Morrissev. of
Suit was begun in district court yes
terday by Ben Block vs. M. Wormser
for an accounting to bring about a set
tlement of a ioint business of several
The case of Elie Rochefort for assault
with a deadly weapon and assault with
intent to kill were continued before Jus
tice Kincaid yesterday until 10 o'clock
on Wednesday morning.
Police court had a tonic yesterday
morning, a Mexican named "Quinine,"
ran in for drunkenness. Joseph Taylor
on the same charge was his companion
in imprisonment. Both were dis
The board of supervisors were in ses
sion yesterday. Ihe business tran
sacted consisted chiefly of allowing
claims. An order was entered to adver
tise for bids for painting the court
Al Marsh came down from Minne
haha Flats yesterday with a quantity of
Duincn taxen irom the favorite mine.
Mr. Marsh is quite lame, the result ol
an accident some time ago, and he will
remain in the city for treatment.
A series of revival meetings begin
ning last night, will be in progress at
the Center street M. E. church south
all this week. These meetings follow
ing the district conference will derive
considerable impetus from that very
successful and enthusiastic session.
a license to marry was issued yes
terday to J. T. Ware and Miss Minnie
Kodgers. Miss Bodgers arrived in the
city yesterday mornincr from Mont
gomery City, Mo., and was met by her
future husband who lives at Alhambra,
where the happy couple will make their
Late on Sunday afternoon a plug in
one of the boilers at the Phoenix Light
and Power company's was blown out
so that the lights didn't shine that
night on the Philadelphia moonlight
schedule. The damage was repaired
and the light turned on about 11
Geo. W. Tutt, of the Elmo restau
rant, which opened its doors yesterday,
did everything that he promised in the
way of placing on the tables edibles,
cook first class and the service of the
same order. The linen and table ap
pointments were everything that the
most fastidious could ask.
Adjutant General Schwartz yesterday
received a letter from Mai. Augustus
H. Bain bridge, detailed to inspect the
National Guard of Arizona. Maj. Bain
bndge is at Stanton, N. M., and writes
that he 11 awaiting further orders from
the war department before proceeding
on his tour of inspection.
It is difficult to figure out the affinity
between Navajo blankets and musical
instruments, but Mr. J. H. Zeigenfuss,
manager of tbe Phoenix Music company,
believes there is some and has ap-
parantly engaged to take the product of
all the Navajo looms. Ft may be that the
colors are harmonious, though reao
Jose Contreras licked Appolonio
Palomares last Sunday, but not half as
bad as Corbett licked Mitchell. Juan
was before Justice Johnstone yesterday
for it. The justice has a mission to
discourage these passages at arms and
be sent Juan to the county lau for fifteen
davs. Hereafter Juan will do his
fighting in Florida.
Josefa Vijas was arrested yesterday
by Deputy United States Marshal
Slankard for setting at naught the Ed
munds law, Josefa is a citizen of Tuc-
son, but at the time of her arrest was
visiting in Phoenix, where the sin was
committed. She says Ramon Jorquez
ought to be arrested, too. He is sup
posed to be at Florence.
Dr. W. W. Jones returned yesterday
from a successful prospecting trip in
tbe Eagle Tail mountains. His friends
who were ignorant of his whereabouts
were considerably alarmed about him
as a report had gained circulation that
he had died on the desert and on Hun
day Col. Ridlev came to town to make
inquiry as to the authenticity of the re
pert. Dr. Cameron Gordon, of Livermore,
Cal., at present on a visit to his
brother, G. B. Gordon, of Phoenix, has
driven over the valley both west and
east and expresses surprise at seeing
such beautiful fields of alfalfa stretch
ing away on every side, many of them
filled with fat cattle and horses. He is
pleased with Phoenix and may come to
f.An Ttl..ian a n Van Tnln.nn
were before Justice Kincaid yesterday
tor lighting on Saturday night. Mc
Laren pled guilty and was fined $5
Johnnnn pntftritrl fl. flimilnr nlan. And re
ceived a similar tine, whereupon he
withdrew his plea, demanded a jury
trial and took a change of venue to
justice Johnstone's court where
trial will take place today.
THE ANGELS' FEAST.
The Great Display Beginning; at Los
Los Angeles, Cal., April 9. Tbe
final preparation for the celebration of
La Fiesta which commences tomorrow
and lasts throughout the week have
been made. The city is profusely
decorated with palm leaves and colors
emblematic of that which produces the
wealth of southern California, "The
Orange, The Olive and the Juice of the
The pageant tomorrow will be a grand
spectacle, but it is said it will be en
tirely eclipsed by the illuminated
parade on Wednesday night when it is
estimated that there will be fully 20,000
persona in line, all in costume.
The New York Senator
And Strikes His Enemy
While He's Down.'
He Sends a Broadside Into
He Predicts that the Present Course
will Cause Democracy the Loss
of the Senate and President.
By the Associated Press.
Washington, April 9. Senator Hill
delivered a speech in the eenate today
that was chiefly devoted to a bitter at
tack on the income tax feature of the
He criticised the administration for
ita blunders in the Hawaiian affair.
He held that with the growing treasury
deficit and the paralyzed industries this
is a bad time for extreme tariff reduc
tions. He protested in the name of all
the people of New York against the in
come tax. No party but the Populists
proposed this method of raising funds
and the Democrats didn't want to be
the tail the Populist kite. He pre
ferred an indirect taxation in a tariff re
form to the direct taxes and tariff ex
traction. He preferred taxing foreign
rather than home products.
He said he would vote for any reason
able tariff bill, the Mills bill for in
stance. He said the failure of tariff
revision meant the defeat of the Demo
cratic position. Supporters of the in
come tax realize that it means the loss
of control of the senate and the next
presidency to the Democracy.
The Mexican Dollar Scheme.
Washington, April 9. Mr. Wolcott
addressed the senate in support of the
resolution looking to the coinage of
Mexican dollars tor the (Jhina trade.
Mr. Wolcott said the resolution did not
affect the general question of bi-metal-
liflin, but was simply a suggestion to a
friendly sister republic that our idle
mints in the west should be in opera
tion in the coinage of silver to be put in
circulation in the orient. Such a pro
posal, he ' said, could not have
been made with regard to silver
had there been more favorable
legislation, but tbe veto of the seignior
age bill left us free to act on the resolu
tion. While the seigniorage bill was
utterly important tbe lesson of its veto
was invaluable. Action on the resolu
tion was deferred until tomorrow.
The House Attracted.
WisHiNGTON, April 9. The house wbb
depopulated today. Three-fourths of
the members were at the senate listen
ing to Senator Hill's speech on the
tariff. Those who remained were oc
cupied with District of Columbia affairs,
but little actual business was tran
sacted. An adjournment was taken at
5 p. m.
To Pension U. S. Judges.
Washington, April 9. Senator Mar-
ting of Kansas has two bills before the
senate committee on judiciary which
provide for the retirement on full pay
of United State Hudges. One of them
provides for retirement after twenty
years of contmuons service and other
on account of physical or mental dis
A Prominent Populist on Trial.
Kansas City, April 9. The trial of
Joseph A. Smith, a Kansas lawyer and
Populist for criminal libel, began in
Kansas City, Kans., today. All the
leading Populists of Kansas have been
subpoenaed as witnesses including Gov.
Lewelling and Mrs. Lease. The day
was consumed in getting a jury.
Delinquent Tax Sales.
The sale of property for delinquent
taxes was completed yesterday except
that for the taxes of 1890-91-92 which
have been in litigation. The protests
in the cases having been sustained the
county authorities decided to reassess
the property rather than to appeal.
This property will be offered for sale
today. Under the late law protests are
unavailing, the only remedy of unwill
ing taxpayers being in restraining
orders against the eale. The courts
having refused to grant such orders
there is nothing left the taxpayers to
do but become payers in fact.
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D. Mclvor of Gila Bend, spent San
day in town.
Judge Thomas Rankin is lying seri
ously ill at his residence in University
Wm. Jack, Jas. M. Rice and F. Sulli
van, of Peoria, III., and interested in
the Wolfley canal, were among San
day's arrivals in the city.
Commercial hotel guests vesterdav
were Fred A. Hines. San Francisco :
Henry A: Knafel, Boston. Mass.. and
Lew H. Mulkey, Abilena, Tex.
There were registered at the Lemon
hotel yesterday Chas. D. Poston, Yuma;
T. ware, Alhambra, and Miss Min
nie Rodgers, Montgomery City, Mo. .
Rev. A. J. Allen, f Prescott, and the
other members of the Prescott delega
tion to the M. E. church south district
conference, will return to their homes
today. The other delegations left yes
The following transfers of real estate
were yesterday entered for record : Jas.
T. Simms to H. E. Kemp, lot 4 in block
Central Place, $500.
Marguerite Millav to R. F. KirkUdd
lots 7, 8, 9 and 10, block 44, and" lots 5
and 7 in block 93. - -
Mara E. Cosby and husband to Mesa
City bank, lots 5 and 7 in block 34,
Jas. F. Patterson to Baxter Mc-
Creary, part of lot 2, block 5, Mesa.
A. M. Tuttle to A. J. Chandler. seM,
sec. 23, twp. 1 s., r. 5 e, $3,200. '
Jas. H. Pomerov to Emma Gremmitt,
two acres in nw, sec. 23, twp. 1 n., r.
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