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PH(ENIX, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 5, 1894. VOL. V. NO. 91. Last Chance. This week is the last chance to secure goods at the give-away prices we have been quoting. Negligee Shirts, Light Weight Pants, Summer Shoes and Summer Hats at less than ever before offered. In a few days we will place our gigantic fall line on sale. These Summer Goods are .going at egre giously outlandish figures. Don't miss em. WINNERS! Products of . Yesterday's Convention.- Which by the Way Was a Model Affair. . A All Parts of the County Satisfied With the Fair Distribution of Honors. Party Success Was More Highly Esteemed Than Selfish Motives. by ,A. (jOLDBEBG BEOS. BANKING. J LUia A. FLBMiHa, President. P. J. Colb. Vice-President. A. H. Haeschee, Oashier. D H1IX 1T1I Bli THE ONLY United States Depositary 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. i-i in.: . nri' . n :i. n i n l T.,: inieresi ram on nine ueposus. rai ming msm. Drafts Issued on Ml the Principal Cities of the World. ."Phoenix. Arizona. MACHINE SHOP. apital Machine Shops Madison St. Bet. Center and First Ave.. Phoenix, Ariz. epared to do all kinds 1 r l I Tt ' 1 ITT Fitting, Mactii and Holler work. Farm Machinery. We have recently opened the finest equipped shop in the territory, and during the spring months will make the repairing of threshers and farm machinery a specialty. Separator Cylinders Skillfully Balanced. Sickles Ground and Repaired. B. K. Lincoln. M. S. Webb. E. E. LINCOLN & CO HABDWARE. HENRY E. KEMP & CO. Refrigerators. Granite Garden Hose. Vapor Stoves. Paints, Builders' Hardware Barb Wire, The Republican Party of the County Was Never Before so Hopeful of Success at the End of Last Night's Work. as The Republicans of Maricopa county named a winning ticket yesterday. It was done easily, expeditiously, enthuBi-j astically, and when it was done all del egates and all Republicans pronounced it good. So great satisfaction with the work of a political convention was never before manifested by any party in the county. The ticket is composed of gentlemen of standing and thoroughly known throughout the county. Their strength is active and it cannot merely be said of its members that nothing can be said against them, but, better still, much may be said in their favor. It is thoroughly symmetrical. While some ot the candidates may be- stronger than others, none are so lacking in strength as to drag and impede progress toward victory. It is also so well distributed that all sections ot the county are represented and pleased. Here is the ticket : Council .H. E. Kemp f J. A. Marshall Assembiymun -peyHwS1an t W. S. Johnston. Sheriff W. F. McNulty Probate Judge C. W. Orouse Treasurer M. W. Messenger District Attorney Jerry Millay Recoraer Winthrop Sears Assessor H. B. St. Claire County survttyor W. A. Hancock The Humor of the Delesrates. The delegates had been arriving since Monday morning and all brought re ports of enthusiasm at home and great expectations of the Result of the conven tion. There was no preliminary and secret caucns, but there was much ear nest consultation which was continued to the hour of the convention. There had been no sectional disagreement among delegates. Much as they might desire renresentation for their respec tive districts upon the ticket, they much more desired that the strongest possible ticket should be constructed. It was in this frame of mind they went into convention. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. FOUNDRY. FOOT DRY, THE STANDARD IRON WORKS. Southeast pitolronnds. ' HUGHES & The Convention Hall. The opera house was never more gaily decked for a triumphal event. Fes toons of bunting and evergreens hung from the galleries and bordered the stage, across which were suspended two flags. A portrait of Lincoln rested . be neath the flags, flanked on one side by the picture of Harrison and on the other by the face of McKinley. At 10 o'clock the convention assem bled. The Pioneer band further heightened the prevailing enthusiasm and the crowd was in a cheering mood. The meeting was called to order by Chairman Woodward of the central committee. Having read the formal call the business of the day was began. Several nominations for temporary chairman were made, but all others pro posed having withdrawn.Thos. J. Arm strong Jr. was chosen by acclamation. On taking the chair Mr. Armstrong said that.the convention was not meet ing for the usual purpose of preserving party organization. There was now a prospect for success and now was the time for action. G. A. Mintz was nominated by acclam ation for temporary secretary, and the appointment of the usual committees was begun. The members of the com mittee on credentials were: T. W. Hine, A. P. Shewman of Mesa, Jas. A. McMillan of Gila Bend, F. A. Young of Orme and J. B. Mullen of Tempe. . A recess was taken during which the committee retired and returned in half an hour with a report which having been slightly amended showed the fol lowing gentlemen entitled to seats: Agua Caliente H. H. McPhaul. Alhambra Frank Gabbert, Geo. Christy. Alrua A. P. Shewman. Arizona Falls J. S. Tait. Camp Creek Julius Gowett. Cartwright G. M. Fowler, Root proxv. Cave Creek E. L. Taylor. East Buckeye H. W. Toothaker, by U. G. McWilliams proxy. Frog Tanks Geo". Beardsley. Gila Bend Jas. McMillan, L. Kelten baugh, R. Shelton, by Jas. McMillan proxy. Glendale C. T. Hirst. Goldfield E. W. Jones. Highland Chas. W. Pine. Ieaac O. H. Christy. Johnstone I. M. Brewer, Frank R. Taylor. Jordan Frank C. Thompson. Kyrene J. J. Hodnett. Lehi H. Simkins. Lower Gila Bend C. H. Light, by H. McPhaul, proxy. Mesa H. McComas, W. S. Johnston, Chas. Barnett, Wm. Newell. Hew River M. E. McGinn. Orme Ben Eager, F. A. Young. Peoria H. C. Mann. Phoenix Thos. .Armstrong, Jr.,' F. H. Parker, I. Orosco, by Henry Fowler, proxy ;.T. W. Hine, E. T. Little, H. J. Jessop, L. Fowler, Chas. Coon, Frank Luke. H. Goodman, J. Y.T.Smith, J. B. Creamer, by J. Y. T. Smith, proxy ; F. L. Brill, by J. M. Creighlon, proxy; J. H. Holmes, G. A. Mintz, G. C. Israel, by J. H. Kibbey, proxy ; J. W. Walker, R. F. Kirkland, D. A. Abrams, J. A. Marshall, Scott Helm, by M. H. Mc Cord. proxy; A. E.Hinton, J. M. Greg ory, J. W. Benham, L. B. Christy, John Isaac. Riverside C. O. McCarroll. Tempe Thompson Walker, Sam Brown, by W. S. Van Horn, proxy; Geo. Atkinson, W. 8. Johnston, Lon Foraee, C. A: Fisk. Verde Leon Bouvier. West Buckeye U. G. McWilliams. Winifred Wm. Webster. While waitiDg-for' tfae report of the credentials committee a sensational thing occurred. The committee on decoration had been unable to una a Dortrait of Blaine. After the conven tion had begun one was heard of and Winthrop Sears went after it. He re- turned just as the committee came in, and mounting to the stage pinned it to the flags above the picture of Lincoln. The face of the Plumed Knight created a uandemonium of applause, and all business was suspended for five minutes The committee on permanent organi zation and order of business was com posed of J. Y. T. Smith, W. L. Van Horn, Tempe; Lincoln Fowler, U. G, McWilliams of Buckeve and L. Kelten- baugh of Gila Bend. In the course of a discussion con cerninethe appointment of the commit' tee on platform it was moved and the motion was passed that resolutions em bodying the sentiments of delegates be read on the floor of the nouse and sub mitted without debate. At this point a call was made for General Sampson who addressed the convention in a ten minutes speech provocative alike of hearty laughter and wild applause At the close of this speech the follow ine committee on platform was ap pointed and the cdnvention adjourned until 1 o'clock: J. H. Kibbey, Chas. A. Fisk, of Tempe, E. L. Taylor of Cave Creek. H. Simkins. of Lehi, and M. H. McCord. On reassembling the committee on permanent organization presented its report recommending that the tempo rary organization be made permanent that an assistant secretary be chosen and that F. C. Thompson be appointed. After the adoption of a platform the followinsr order of nominations was recommended : Councilman, assembly men, sheriff, supervisors, probate judge, district attorney, recorder, treas urer, assessor and surveyor, to be fol lowed by the selection of delegates to the territorial conyention and a- county central committee. It was provided in the report that the central committee should have power to fill whatever va cancies in the ticket that might arise. As a means of defraying the expenses of the convention it was decided to take up a collection on the floor of the house. The platform committee had returned and now presented the following report, which was. loudly applauded at the close of every paragraph : EZETA'S CASE. The Extradition Case Is Now Under Way. Defense Pleads Want of Jurisdiction. Insurance. The New M Life They Charge That the Refugees Were Kidnapped. - Articles of Faith. "The Republicans of Maricopa county represented in this convention do here by reaffirm their belief in the principles of the Republican party as they have been enunciated in the several plat forms framed and issued by the several National conventions of that party. "We would especially direct attention to the fact that during the thirty years or more during which the Republican party held control of the affairs of this country that thev have persistently pur sued one honest course consistent with the principles upon which that party was founded: That they have never deviated except to reform minor details and that National legislation shows they have fulfilled every party promise. "That under the controlling influence of Republicanism the United states has enjoyed a season of prosperity un paralled in the history of the world ; If This View of the Case Is Estab lished It Will Become a Matter for the State Department. By the Associated Press. San Fkanci8co, Sep. 4. General An tonio Ezeta and his four fellow refugees from San Salvador, were brought into United States district court for examin ation on extradition today. The conn sel for the defense raised questions as to the court's jurisdiction and nrged that the testimony of the officers of the Bennington be taken that they might show that the prisoners had been prac tically kidnapped into this country. They claimed that while they had asked temporary protection aboard the Bennineton they had subsequently de manded to be permitted to leave the gun boat at La Libertad and aiso at Acapulco, and their demands having been refused they had been forcibly and unlawfully brought to within three leagues of this city and there held merely to make the present case of extradition. Judge Morrow declared that the war rants returned by the United States marshal showed that the arrests had been made within his jurisdiction. He said even if the defendants had been wrongfully detained and brought into United States territory on a United States man-of-war it was a question for the government at Washington to deal with and not a question betore the court. However, Judge Morrow stated that it might be within the authority of the court to examine into the conduct of the Bennington's offieers, and on that point he would reserve his decieion. 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 AFTER PULLMAN. A Too Great Variety of Enterprise. Gas and Water Works, a Truck Farm , Etc., Not Covered by a Charter to Manufacture Cars. By the Associated Pr iss. Chicago, Sep. 4. Attorney General Maloney will appear before the court tomorrow and ask to file an amendment and also information against the Pull man company, which follows a petition according to the law governing quo warranto proceedings. The amended petition charges in addition to the original petition that the company without charter or authority is operat ing a gas plant and brick works. The court is also told that the com pany is realizing large profits by selling water to Pullman residents and also by supplying steam heat to business and apartment houses. Maintenance of a "truck farm" by the company is charged and this the court is toid can not be covered by a charter to manu facture railroad cars. Sale of liquors by the company in its cars while in transit is also declared by the petitioner to be a direct viola tion of its charter rights. The owner ship of seventeen acres of unoccupied land south of Lake Calumet by the Pullman company is attacked. The petition says this amounts to real es tate speculation. A STIFF FIGHT AHEAD. A Cheerful Prospect In the K. of P. Grand Lodge. Washington, Sep. 4. The Bupreme lodge K. of P. spent today in considera tion of the new constitution. The Ger man question and the liquor question have not yet been taken up by the su preme lodge. It is evident that there will be a stiff fight over the proposition to forbid the use of any other language than the English in the ritual. The Washington members of the supreme lodge announce that they will fight the position of the supreme chancellor on the German question on the ground that when the order was young, a bid was made for the sup port of German citizens, and that it was owing to this nationality that the order grew bo rapidly. Supreme Rep resentative Race, of "Illinois, has also taken this position. THE FIRE'S GHASTLY TRACK. Coninued on fourth page. Fifty-seven Bodies Found In the Country Near Hinckley, Minn. Pink Citv, Minn., Sept. 4. The curi ous apathy which marked almost every one at Hinckley yesterday gave way to bustling activity thiB morning. A shack has been put up for a cookhouse and the storage of commissary supplies. People who remained over night were sheltered by tents furnished by the National Guard. , At an early hour a force of men start ed out to the country to complete the work of interment, fifty-seven bodies in boxes having been left above ground last night. Fineteen bodies were picked Real JEHtate ,&: lsu.ran.ee. BAKER AND ABRAMS Real' Estate': and': Insurance. Washington Street Near JU.onih.on Block. -A-rotlo Ice AVorlti. Half a Cent A Pound For fifty ponnds and over, has been, is and will be the I K for ice. Our ice is Frozen Solid, Lasts and Is Clear. P. MTNOE. up between Hinckley and Skunk lake. One was the body of .Mrs. John Mc Namara, on whose body was found $3,000 in checks and $500 in currency. For an Old Murder. Sheriff Mel Greenleaf, who has been , in the valley several days looking for a Mexican wanted in Yuma county for an old murder, arrested hia man in the country yesterday. When he reached town the train had gone and he locked him up in jail. He will leave with the priBoner tonight. Dr. Strond, eye, ear, nose and throat. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Hishest Award. A gentle fresh milch cow for sale cheap. Inquire this office. James Fowler, of the Pacific Grotto, probably makes more than half of the pastry used in Phoenix. Dr. D.M.Purman, diseases of women. Send us 75 cents in stampB and we will mail you The Weekly Republican for six months. No better way to learn all about the Great Salt River valley and its nnparaleled climate and re Awarded Highest Honors World' Fair. CREAM MEWS ; mVMm i MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fre from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. " '