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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER IS, 1894.
UNDISMAYED. Ex-Governor Zulick on hood. State- He BfeUeves the Present Conditions Are Particularly Favorable to Admission. Ex-Governor Zulick, speaking of the pro9peot of statehood and the attitude of inn s 'If toward admission in view of the recent territorial election, said yes terday to a representative of The Re publican : VI am as devoted to the interests of statehood as ever, in fact, if possible, nure co. The election of Mr. Murphy, or a dozen Mr. Murphys, to congress will cot deter me a moment, or induce me to blacken my efforts a particle. I have always looked on this question as one above and beyond partisan politics. I have openly said so ou the stump and Bhali now prove it by my actions. "I want this present congrees to pass the bill now ou ilia senate calendar. I worked bard for a year and more in ' Washington to help get it there, and shall continue to labor to have it passed by the (Jiiited States senate just as it now is, a plain bill of admission of Arizona as a state, under the constitu tion alieady adopted by the people. I should spurn myself if I thought I was weak aud unpatriotic enough to suffer any pergonal ambitions or interests of my own to stand in the road of the progress and prosperity of the people. I repeat, 1 am for statehood, first, last and all ttie time, and at the earliest day possible, and you may so record me." in the further course of the conversa tion the ex governor said he believed the bill would be passed at the short session. Conditions had arisen which made it a matter of good politics on the part of the Democratic Benate. In the next, senate the Democrats will be slightly in the minority. They will therefore have nothing to lose and pos sibly much to gain by the admission of Inew Mexico and Arizona. The elec tions which would follow their admis sion might result in four more Demo- cratic senators and so again put the party in the senate iu the majority. Should Republican senators result the Republican majority would be only in creased and the stilus of the parties remain unchanged. Concerning a matter which has no bearing on statehood Governor Zulick said incidentally: "The little slurs our Bepublican friends find time to fling at me about my returning to JSew Jeicey don't an noy me a particle. I have lived in Arizona, and had no oih r residence for eleven years past, I am deeply inter ested in Arizona's progress and future. My home is here and I am no more liable to leave Arizrna and return to Jiew Jersey, than OakeB Murphy is to go back to Oregon, or Judge Kibbey to Indiana. They all, I hope, are perman ent citizens of Arizona ready to make all necest-ary personal efforts and sacri fices for her welltare." woman, is still confined in jail, but his case is in tne Bupreme court. The grand jury consists of James A. Fleming, Aaron Goldberg, J. D. God win, P. P. Parker, Emery Kays, J. C. Bankin, F. H. Parker, John A. Luteer ding, Joseph Monihon, James E. Bark, E. H. Woolf. Neils Petersen. Thomas Morrow, Mons Ellingson, Albert Miller, unas. Barnett, JNoan v. Urunhall, Or lando Merrill, H. A. Tweed and Wm. Christy. The grand jury having been charged proceeded to a consideration of the criminal matters before it. The cas6 of Price, the slayer of Shnrbert, was taken up nrst, and a large number of wit nesses were examined. The examina tion was concluded, but no report was made. Several other .less' important cases were considered, the findings in wnicn will be made a part of the first report. The Crench case will come be fore the jury today. On the civil side' little was done. A part of the docket was called and the matter of the Gila Bend Beeervoir and Irrigation company was taken up in the afternoon and argued. A LOST HUSBAND. DISTRICT COURT. The Judicial Machinery Operation. The More Important Criminal Cases to Be Tried at the Novem ber Term. The November term of district court opened yesterday with the largest docket a head of it that ever lay in the way of an Arizona court. The term really began a week ago but the inter vening election and the subsequent ex citement forced a delay. The criminal business of the court will be considered first. There are nineteen caBea of persona charged with felony to be tried. Two of these per sons are charged with murder. They ars Ei Tevkbirv and Wm. Price, the murderer of Wm. Snuroert. Tewks buryV case is supposed to belong to Pima county since it had never been sent here though the defendant had been and it could not have been trans ferred without the defendant's consent and he was entirely overlooked by the Pima county court in making the trans fer. The more important other cases to be considered are Fred Freisnecker for assault to murder, E. R. Bassett, forgery, John J. Griffin, burglary, Geo. McLnernay, embezzlement, and H. B. Crouch, manslaughter. In the federal division there are nearly a dozen cases, but nearly all are of persons charged with selling liquor to Indians, or with violation of the Ed mund's act. Sortillon, charged with the murder of his child bv a Mohave He Is Found,Though Where the Doss Wont Bite Him. Yesterday afternoon a woman was traversing the streets hunting for a hus band. He hadn't been ' gone long enough to excite her apprehension, but the manner in which he had gone and the subsequent inquiry concerning him at the house by a Btrange and seeming lv interested person is what scared her. Where she expected to find him when she Bet out on her search is a matter of conjecture, but where she did find him is a matter of painful certainty. He was in jail. His name is Manuel Callas, and he got into incarceration through the avenue of a bloody quarrel with Roman Vega last Sunday, in the course of which Vega received facial in juries of a disfiguring character. His face, in fact, looked as if Callas was an anarchist and fought with dynamite. MrB. Callas says her husband is a very good and kind man, and was in veigled into this scrap by being struck first. A warrant is issued for Vega and if he is found Justica Kincaid will de cide who is to blame. A Little Bit Thick. James Payn recalls in a certain mess room the conversation after dinner turning upon a Capt. Mosely in the regiment, who had the gift of prophecy; though it must be confessed it was mainly limited to sporting events. A guest who had drunk quite as much champagne as was good for him ex pressed incredulity to his next neigh bor, who, with a most courteous bow, observed: "Well, that is an opinion I can hardly discuss with impartiality, because Inm Mosely." "I do not doubt that at all," was the rejoinder; "but are you mosely right?" Dissolution Partnership. The Co-Partnership of M. ASHER & CO. will be Dissolved on January 1, 1895, by Limitation. . To accomplish this object and settle up the interest as it exists between the rt,ipS We Will Commence Our Dissolution Sale on Saturday, Oct. 20 next and will sell every article in our line at our cost mark, and will continue to do so until the end of this year Our Stock is Complete in Every Branch having re ceived a full line of the Latest and Newest Goods this Season. . All Goods on Hand from the Previous Season, Will be Reduced 10 per cent from Cost. We carry the largest stock of fancy foreign and domestic Dry Goods, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes, M mens aim bu mm, mies a lients mnismiig Goods, Household Goods, Blankets, Quilts, etc., at Cost Price and Less. Our stock is now full and complete, and great chances-are offered to earlv buvers We respectfully announce that at the above prices, ' We Will Sell For Cash Only, Irrespective of Partis Our Books Will Close Octol)fcr 20 and we earnestly request all indebted to us to call and settle at once. YVe must, naVA mnmpv tn coffla nnn iTr.c ii. SllOrt and Uie long Ol it. Avail yourself of the best opportunity offered you To Bu v a Bargain, and call at J J d THE RED nORNlR M. ASHER & CO., Props. Cigars. HOTEL, THE. SILVER CHAMPION CIGAR SOLD BY A. COHN & BRO., IS THE FAVORITE IN PHCENIX. The Arlington House.. The Only First-Class Hotel in Tempe. G. A. Pulver, Manager. An Eye on the Main Chance. A Virginia judge once visited a plan tation where the darky who met him at the gate asked him which barn he would have his horse put in. "Have you two barns?" inquired the judge. "Yes, sah," replied the darky; "dar's de ole barn, and mas'r has - jes' build a new one." "Where do you usually put the horses of visitors who come to see your master?" "Well, sah, if dey:s Metodis's or Baptis's, we gen'rally puts 'em in de old barn; but if dey's 'Pis copal, we puts 'em in de new one." "Well, Sam, you can put my horse in the new barn; I'm a Baptist, but my horse is an Episcopalian." I lit ) I" Cl 1 Tljr. MRS, GENTLEMEN, PAY YOUR BETS 1 HATS, GLOVES, CANES SUIT of CLOTHES. The Best at GREENE THE HATTER Fleming Block. Nervous Dy'soepsla. The failure of the nerves of the Btomach to perform their functions is the cause of nervous dyspepsia, a most exhausting form of disease. Allcock's Porous Plasters are an excellent remedy. Senator James F. Pierce, of New York, writes : "For the past two years I have suf fered very much from an aggravated form of nervous dyspepsia. Lhave re sorted to various remedial agents, de riving but little benefit. A few months since a friend of mine suggested the trial ol Allcock's Porous Plasters. Fol lowing the suggestions, I have been using the same with the happiest ef fects. To those similarly afflicted let me suggest the manner of their use. I place one over my stomach, one over the hepatic region, and one on my back. The effect is excellent. From the day I commenced their use I haye been slowly but surely improving, and am quite confident that by continuing I shall again be restored to my accus tomed health." Brandreth's Pills cleanse the system. That Terrible Coat. The firemen have a William goat as white as white can be, and every man and boy in town knows him as a son-of-a-g., No rope too small for him to walk, no steps too steep to elimb, and he'll dine on anything from screens to a barrel of Tempe lime. Ee took a stroll down Washington street into Beattie's tent one day and when he saw such works of art he fainted dead away. Moral: Read the papers and when you visit Beattie's studio you will not be so surprised to learn that the "Beattie Photos" are really the finest ever executed in this part of the country. His prices are not outrage ously high either. Compelled to re move tents out of fire limits to Wash ington and Sixth avenue. Proofs sent. Photos delivered. k Complexion Parlors, N. H. DETTMER, ARTIST HAIRDRESSER, Late of Denver, th treats the Complexion fot all blemishes. will give ONE FKII TREATMENT to earn iaay caller lor one week. Come and investigate. 231 E. Washington St Gregory Mouse Block. Investments. PLANK INVEST MENT. I make a specialty of sonnd Investment Mai a.aA In 1 1. ... w .1 . every case the return is good and the safe ty or the principal will be absolute. If you have from SlOO to SI 0.000 to invest ... j v. 11 iiuj Ulim glHJU UppOriU nity, PLANK, 33 So. Center St. Flour. When in ri A ID Need of rLUUH" Don't fail to ask your grocer for a sack of 7 I Mtra family Which is guaranteed to be equal to Kansas, Muiuiauu urnuy uiuerramuy nour now shipped in here. Patronize Home Industry. CAPITOL MILLS, Phoenix, Arizona. BncK. B RICK CHEAPI WM. REILLY& BRO., At Wm. Cox's Old Yard South of Depot, Phoenix. Give us a chance to figure before pnrcnasmg elsewhere. -Dru.se Htore. If yon don't read The Rkpublican you don't get the news. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Pair Highest Medal and Diploma. AT BRISLEY'S "Mountain City" DRUG STORE. Special attention is given to country orders. Try us! Send in by mail or otherwise PRESCOTT, ARIZ. -Uruics. Lnnd the Druggist Cor. Washington and Third Sts., Phcenix, Ariz. NEW STORE, FRESH DRUGS. PBESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY. GEO. B. PEMIIS . Corner Washioffton and Wall Sts. P. 0. Box 323. Phoenix, Aviz. I want a list of your property. It makes no difference where it is, so that it is in the Salt River Valley. I can sell all grades, whether cheap lots, choice residence lots, business lots or acreage. It costs you nothing if I do not sell. Carriage at door. No trouble to show property. I now have buyers for both city and country property IMPROVED and UNIMPROVED and can guarantee satisfaction to both erty owners and investors. prop- Money Loaned on first-class security at reasonable rates. Borrowers and lenders are invited to give me a call. geo. B. PEKKISS, Phoenix, - A.viz.