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7 4 4 FIFTH YEAR. PIKENIX, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING. JUNE 24, 1894. VOL. V. NO. 30. JUST ALIIvB. Our Midsummer C Will be Similar to Oar Former Efforts, but not JUST LIKE THEM, It will con tinue until the GLORIOUS Come in and see for Goldberg Bros. H A It DWAK E. r , 4 - 1r mr Granite Garden Hose. Vapor Stoves. Paints. Barb Wire. Building Hardware. Agricultural Implements. BANKING. I imes A. Fleming, President. P. J. Cole, Vice THE Ml i win it m ONLY JJmied h ales IN ARIZONA. Paid Up Capital, - - $100,000 U. S. Bonds to Secure Deposits, 50,000 Depositary for the Territorial Funds. The only Steel-Lined Vaults and Steel Safety Deposit Boxes in Arizona. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. General Banking Bus! aess. Phoenix. Arizona. canoe Sa FOURTH! yourself; then judge. Clothing Store That for seasanable goods Call and examine our RBFRIGBRATORS! - President. A. H. Harsc her, Cashier. ML BANK Depositary HEADQUARTERS! HE WAS A BIRD Commander-in-Chief of the Colorado Forces Tarred and Feathered by Masked Men. Indignation Against Adjutant General Tarsney Culminates His Opposition to the A. P. A. or His Friendliness to Striking Miners May Explain the Outrage. By the Associated Press. Colorado Springs, Col., June 23. At : midnight Gen. Tarsney was kidnapped by eeveral masked men, taken to the outBkirta of the city in a hack, tarred and feathered and ordered to leave El Paso county never to return. Tarsney was called from his bed by the hotel clerk in answer to the telephone. The masked men entered and beat him over the head with the butt of a pistol and carried him off. The clerk gave the alarm but it was fifteen minutes before mounted officers started in pursuit. The hack drivers were intimidated. Governor Waite offers a reward of $1,000 for the arrest and conviction o! the participants in the outrage. Gen. Tarsney is a brother of Congressman Tarsney, of Missouri, and ex-Congressman Tarsney, of Michigan. He has been acting as counsel for the Cripple Creek miners and had incurred the bit ter hostility of the A. P. A. by leading the militia against the city hall during the police board trouble. He Leaves El Paso County. Denver, June 23. This afternoon Governor Waite received a dispatch from Gen. Tarsney, who is at Palmer, twenty-five miles from Colorado Springs. He will be met there by a special train and brought to Denver. Tarsney's Indignant Clients. Ckii-ple Cheek, June 23. -The out rage perpetrated upon the person o i ' 'IV. : , . V .r one in Cripple Creek, The rnil.iHw are highly lnuienant and the miners are wild with rage. The miners say there are more an archists in Colorado Springs than there were ever on Bail Hill, but they take satisfaction in the fact that the true character of the men who came here representing law and order has been proven by themselves. If the sheriff does not bring the perpetrators to light there is a probability that, the miners will take some peaceable measures to do BO. The Outrage Denounced. PmnRAnrt ftpuTwas. .Tune 23. At a mppt.inc. nf r.hfl nommittee of BUblic safety to take action regarding the out rage perpetrated on Adiutant-General Tarsney resolutions were adopted de nouncing the outrageous insult and demanding that every effort be made to apprehend the perpetrators of the A Little Reward. Denver, June 23. The ' Redemption League of Colorado today offered a re ward of $100 for the arrest and convic tion of the perpetrators of the outrage on Adjutant-General Tarsney. THE WEST WINS. Lucky Baldwin's Horse Comes in on Derby Day. Rey El Santa Anita Surprises the Talent The Favorite was Nowhere. By the Associated Press. Chicago, Judo 23. Today for the fourth time since the American derby was inaugurated the black jacket, red Maltese cross, the red sash and cap of Lucky Baldwin were first under the wire. His bay colt, Eay El Santa Anita, forty to one in the betting, won the race easily by six lengths in 2:36 flat, equaling the best time ever made in a race. Senator Grady finished Sec ond, Despot third and Domino, the favorite in the betting, was absolutely last.' This was a sweepstakes for 3-year-olds, foalfl of 1891. The purse to the winner is $20,000, $3,000 to the second and $2,000 to the third. The distance was one and one-half miles. A KENTUCKY EPISODE. An Affair of the Heart Fatally Man aged. Princeton, Kv.,' June 23. Near Greenville last night Isaac H. Wicliffe shot and killed Albert Keno firing two loads of a shot gun into him at close range. The two men were rivals for the affections of a young girl in the com munity. Wicliffe has been arrested. An Advertiser Discouraged. Washington, June 23. Carl Browne attempted to distribute Coxey campaign badees at the caoitol today and was stopped by the police under the law forbidding the distribution of adver tising matter in the capitol. Dt. Price's Cream Baking Powder Most Perfect Made. PERSONAL. Harry AVallace and Harry Thomas o( Fort Worth, Tex., are registered at the Lemon hotel. Mrs. Chas. Goldman and wife will leave tonight for San Francisco on a visit to relatives. Commercial hotel yesterday were W. C. Stewart and wife and Mrs. S. M. liugheB, Oakland, Cal. Mrs. E. Ganz accompanied by her children and their nurse will leave to night for San Francisco where she will spend the summer. Mrs. S. M. Hughes of Oakland, Cal., arrived in the city yesterday on a visit to her eon, J. H. Miller, assistant auditor of the Maricopa and Phoenix. W. S. Mclver, who has been for sev eral months past at the Sixth Avenue hotel, left last evening for his North Carolina home. He will be again in Phoenix October 1. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Caister of Los An geles, recently arrived in the city, have taken a house at 316 E. Washington street. Mrs. Caister is a sister of Messrs. C. W. and C. M. Conger. Geo. Secrest, J. G. Spangler, B. J. Bostvvick, J. S. Burton, four young men lately from Ohio, will leave to morrow morning for an extended trip to the Grand canvon. The will be ac companied by Jake Politzer. The party will be absent about three months. The Moqui snake dance, which takes place in August, will be witnessed. LOCAL BRIEFS. Swenarton & Son yesterday received another consignment of Lu-mi-num wheels. ' Jesus Miranda, indicted by the last grand jury for burglary, came to the surface on riday night and was put in jail. Pete Behan. wanted for a murderous assault on John Costello, has not yet been taken. He was seen yesterday on hast Madison street. The number of people who are taking advantage of the cool shade, delicious refreshments and exquisite comfort of Phoenix park is steadily increasing. "The Public Schools, Romanism and the Daily Press," will be the subject of discussion by iMder W. H. Winters in the Christian church this (Sunday) evening at 7 :30 p. m. A. W. Swanfeldt, the tent and awn ins maker of Los Angeles, has put up three handsome awnings for ex-Mayor Cole, which makes West Washidgton street have an np-to-d.ite appearance. The ioliowing transitra oi rea coiatc were vesterday entered for record : Jno. W. Slankard to W. T. Smith, lots 5 and 7 in block 62, $1,000. Dewitt K. Smith and wife to E. Hidden lot 11 in block 29, $2,000. Pee Leg Robinson, the youth ar rested for stealing and destroying rail road property, was tried yesterday be fore Justice Johnstone. He practically admitted his guilt by declaring that he was no worse than many other boys. He was given the minimum sentence of six months. D. E. Smith yesterday purchased the interest of E. Hidden in the grocery firm of Hidden & Woodell at the corner of Second and Washington streets. Mr. Smith though a young man is an old resident of Phoenix. He has long been connected with the butcher trade and has a wide acquaintance. The Lemon hotel has placed for the accommodation of its patrons an ele gant upright piano in its parlor. With considerate forethought the parlor has been located adjacent to the office with an entrance on Washington street. Misses Henrietta Hathaway and Sarah Davis made the welkin ring last night with sweet harmony. The members of the school board met yesterday and arranged for the school election to be held next Saturday. The voting will take place at the high school and will be open from 9 a. m., to 4 p. m. The following election officers were appointed: Richard Stewart, inspec tor; M. G. McElwain and Mrs. Curnp, judges ; J. M. Gregory and Mrs. C. H. Hollenbeck, clerks. A meeting of the executive com mittee of the Farmers' Institute was held yesterday afternoon for the pur pose of adopting a constitution and by-laws. The committee to draft them reported but the report was so exten sive that its reading was not concluded and the committee adjourned until next Saturday. There was a large at tendance at yesterday's meeting and great interest was shown in the move ment. A very wealthy gentleman who spent a couple of days here last week is Thomas Bassett, of Los Angeles. He is rated away up among the business men of Chicago where he made his for tune years ago by judicious real estate investments. Friday morning he was accompanied by C. D. Baker to the Arizona falls, the orange grove and other points of interest, taking in the Simms addttion upon their return. As the climate of Los Angeles is found to be unhealthy by the members of his family it is probable that with them Mr. Bassett will spend at least a part of each year hereafter in this valley. Gub Hiischfeld and C. M.Thorndyke, a mining expert from Montana, re turned yesterday from Goldfield where they had been for the purpose of look ing over that gold bearing mineral re gion. Mr. Hirschfeld says that he was surprised at what he saw in the way of valuable mining properties and spoke highly of the mines which he visited in the company of Mr. Thorndyke, whose mission was professional, viz: Bull Dog, Highland and the Superstitions Noa. 1 and 2. They brought quite a number of samples which Mr. Thorn dyke will carefully test. The character of the gold bearing rock, Gus saya, was truthfully described in The Republican recently. FRY WINS. The Will of His Son Not Admitted to Probate. An Appeal Is Taken to the District Court. The Decision Based on the Ground of Unduelnfluence. A Motion to Hold the Estate Within the Jurisdiction of the Court Is Overruled. A few weeks ago in connection with the report of a political meeting there appeared in the local columns of The Republican the interrogatory, "Are ye there, Moriarity?" Moriarity got there yesterday. Reference is hereby made to the decision by Judge Jordan in the Fry will contest case in favor of the contestants. The judgment was something of a surprise and when it was announced the attorneys for the petitioner looked at the probate judge as if to say, "Will you please repeat that?" The court had announced that the decision would be rendered at 2 o'clock. Beside a dozen spectators and the law yers on both sides no one was present. The petitioner, who had been at her place constantly during the four days' trial, was conspicuously absent and the contestant was represented only by his nephew, G. L. McDowell. The decision was brief and recited that though, much evidence for the contestant was contradictory and ir relevant ; and that the wheat had been separated from the chaff with great difficulty, there still remained a pre ponderance in his favor and accord ingly it was the judgment of the court that the will be not admitted to pro bate. Judge Woodward immediately gave notice of appeal. He also entered into an argument in favor of an action by the court to secure the interests of Mrs. Butler, pendente lite. He asked that steps be taken to impound certain property which had been transferred to th-j contestant nnrt had been removed from the jurisdiction of the court. He reverted to the citation which bad been issued to require the contestant to make an accounting ot the property. In reply Mr. Moriarty stated that the contestant had already complied with the direction of the citation and now that the court had denied the will there was no one in interest to whom an ac counting could be made. Even, said he, admitting the genuineness of the will, the insurance policies from which Mrs. Butler muet derive her legacy were already without the jurisdiction of the court . In the property described in the citation she had no interest. Mr. Magne for the petitioner, con tended that an inchoate administration began with the death of young Fry and that pending a final settlement of the contest the custodians of so much of the estate as was at that time within the jurisdiction of the court were those who took charge of it upon his death. They were therefore yet administrators in effect. The court overruled this view of. the case. Judge Evans asked the court to designate more particularly the ground upon which his decision was based, and show what had been established by the contestant's preponderance of evi dence. Judge Jordan replied, "Undue influence" admitting the genuineness of the signature. The appeal takes the contest to the district court where it must be gone over again de novo. In the meantime the petitioner's interests are not en dangered however vexatious may be the delay. The father of young Fry has already been granted letters of ad ministration upon the estate in Penn sylvania and his bondsmen will be just as responsible at the-close of the next contest as at the close of this one. In the meantime the insurance companies which issued the $20,000 worth of miss ing insurance policies, will should they be discoverd hardly pay them until the case is finally disposed of. ARTESIAN WATER. A Flowing Well Reported at Gila Bend. Gila Bend Leader: About three o'clock this afternoon, just as we had printed the last copy of our edition, the word came that water had been reached and was flowing into the big well. At a depth of about 800 feet the borers pierced the clay bank and en tered regular water carrying gravel, in a short time the water was coming in so rapidly that all work had to stop. Inside of an hour there was 530 feet of water in the well, and at this time it bids fair to flood things before we get this second edition printed. The water is cool and sweet. This well is one of the first real blessings coming to Gila Bend, and it is not to be wondered at that our people are somewhat hilarious over it. Mr Gordon and his crew are the heroes of the hour. NOTHING DONE. The Masten Franchise Still on the Tenterhooks. The Masten franchise is still hanging tire. The citv council held another meeting last night at which it was pre dieted there would be a circus. It had been understood that the ordinance Insurance. The New York'Life Insurance Company. BOONE LEWIS. General Managers For Arizona. Rooms 5 and 6 Fleming Block.' Money Loaned on Policies at 5 per cent per annum. Call and see us if you want To Place a Gilt-Edged Loan Musical Goods. Removal. The Ptaii Has moved its office and ware rooms to No. 44 E. Washington Street. (Monifaon block.) Agents for the Celebrated J. & C. FISCHER PIANOS. 8 LAS I US PIANOS, WEAVER ORGANS. Instruments Sold on the Installment Has. Violins, Guitar, Banjos, Accordeons. The Celebrated K. & C, Striae. Real Estate fe Xsu.ira.xioe BAKER ABRAMS Real': Estatev and1: Insurance, Washington street, Near ALonihon Block. committee at a meeting yesterday af ternoon had decided to report favorably and opponents of the franchise were present in force. Just as the fun was expected to begin a further delay was suggested in order that all persons in terested might make up in the next three days the time they had lost in the last three weeks and find out what the ordinance was about, and it was de cided to postpone the consideration un til next Tuesday night. There was no other business, well, in fact, on second thought, there was no business at all, and the council adjourned. " Populists Meet. A meeting of Populists was held last night in the vacant storeroom in the Gardiner block. They decided to hold a primary election next Wednesday afternoon between 2 and 5 o'clock. Capt. Hill will be judge, Mr. Curns clerk and W. W. Edwards teller, after which they nominated delegates and alternates to be voted for to go to the county convention. Dr. Ancil Martin, eye, ear, nose, throat and general surgery. For Sale A span of mules, harness and buckboard, all in good condition. Apply at Monihon corral. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. 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