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THE AR iTeiritoriat Libraryi"i6 " SEVENTH YEARfTiiCENlXf ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30, 1896. VOL. VII. NO., 1M. IZONA in The Big Political Job He Has in Hand. Will Undertake to Chansre the Poli tics of the Lone Star State to Republican. CHICAGO, Sept 29. Hetty Green, wearing the plain black dress and bon net that nave became a part of her personality, tripped Into the office of Chicago's commissioner of public works the other day, and then tripped out again. Joseph. Downey, tine commissioner, was in and Hetty and lie ihad a short conversation. Fire escapes Hetty Green's son, Ned, Texas, McKinley, Maine and the weather were the (topics discussed. When the richest woman in the coun itry entered the office she took a seat on a big couch and folded her bands in 4uer lap, at the earns time carefully holding on to the famous black bag she always carries, and which is pop ularly supposed to contain a few mil lions in 'bonds and money used by Mrs. Green, when, she goes shopping. When her turn came to transact business with Mr. Downey she was invited to take a seat near his desk. Sine did this, and announced with her usual meekness and modesty, "I'm Hetty Green." Modulating his voice and trying to be suave, he remarked that it was a nice day. Mrs. Green started. "My son Ned owns the Howland building in. Dearborn street," she said, "and we have been notified that we must put up fire escapes. He expects to remodel the block next spring and add a couple of stories, and as he is in Texas, I called to sea if you would not stay the order until spring, when the improvements are to be m.?.d3. ' "You see," she continued. "Ned would attend to .tn'.a matter himself, but he is down in Texas changing tr.3 politics of i'.lie tate and as going tc vote for McKinley. He could have been the candidate for governor if he would have taken it, but he did not want it. I'm a Democrat, you see, but I'm for the best man this year." ACT OF A JEALOUS WOMAN. Grace Conway, Aged 18, Kills Herself and Her Husband. CHICAGO, 111., Sept. 29. Harry M. Conway, 21 years of age, was shot and . instantly killed last evening by his :wlfe, Grace Clark Conway, who was only -18 years of age. The Con ways have been living dn Chicago but three months, he coming from Lyons, la., and t)he home of his wife .before marriage ibeing at Roekford, 111.. The couple 'had frequent quarrels over at tentions paid by Conway to a young woman in Sterling. Neb., and it was during one of these quarrels that the woman killed her husband. She shot herself through the heart immediately after. GOT A BROKEN NECK.. Dr. Griffith to Attempt an Interesting, uperataon at tine ratty Hospital. . KANSAS CITY, Sept 29. Dr. J. G. Griffith will make an examination of a city hospital patient named W. H. Lewis .tomorrow afternoon that will be or unusual interest to the medical fra ternity. Lewis, in 1892, while in Mon tana, was accidentally shot in the neck. His neck was, in effect, broken by the bullet, and he has been unable to move at since. He has made his liv ing exhibiting as a dime museum freak and came to this city a few davs am On Tuesday he was admitted to the hospital, and his condition at once at tracted ithe attention of the physicians, wuu win my wj set, nine neck. TURMOIL IN BRAZIL. Steps Being Taken to Prevent an Up rising. BUENOS AYRES, Sept. 29 A cor respondent in Rio Janeiro, Brazil, tel egraphs that there was a meeting of the local authorities in that city yes terday to consider steps to prevent any hostile demonstration which is looked for on the arrival of the special Ital ian minister, De Martino, who comes to see i fan adjustment of the trouble between Brazil and Italy cannot be ef fected. It is said that the Jacobins will pro mote a disturbance, and a fear exists in all quarters that a revolution is at hand. MANY HAPPY PEOPLE. The Burdett Iron Works Work. Resume TROY, iN. Y., Sept 29. The re sumption of work at (the Burdett iron works today is the cause of rejoicing Tells About Her Son Texas. in a great many families in this city. While a full force of men is not at work, there are an the neighborhood of i 1,500 employed. It is thought the; works will put on a lull force very soon ZELLA Nl'OOLAiUS' husband. Al Ruhman Is 'Sent to Jail in Chicago for Vagrancy. CHICAGO, Sept. 29. A. L. Ruhiman, the 'husband of Zella Nieolaus, was sent to the Bridewell yesterday on a fine of $100. This will keep ham behind the bars for 200 days unless the fine is paid. The charge was vagrancy. Rub- j main and his wife 'have been 'living at ; Chicago hotels and as numerous com- plaints have been made of their finan-1 cial methods, the police: determined to arrest them. BROKE JAIL. Three Notorious Criminals large. Are at SACRAMENTO, Gal., Sept. 29. Three of the most desperate criminals confined in the county jail escaped this morning by means of tunneling under one of the cells connecting the jail yard of the court house. The escapes were Frank McCarty and Wm. Harri son, watting trial for burglary, and E. C. Relman, one of the most noto rious pickpockets on the coast. MRS. GRAVEN. Fair's Daughter Had Never Heard of Her. SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 9. In the suit for ejectment of Craven vs. Fair today, Mrs. Herman Oelrichs deposed that she had never heard of her 'fath er's acquaintance with Mrs. Graven, who claims to be the late millionaire's contract widow. .Senator Fair had said to deponent .that he had never re married nor would he do so on account of his children. RAIN INTERFERED. CANTON, Sept. 29. Rain has been faliL-g since early this morning and demonstrations on the McKinley iawn are entirely out of the question. The four visits announced were postponed. Soldiers from the home at Sandusky and residents of that vicinity arrived in a special train df seven coaches soon after noon. They were taken to the tabernacle where. McKinley met them. Addresses were made by Ser geant Hopkins on behalf of the sol diers .and by L. W. Hull on behalf of the ciazens. BRYAN IN NEW YORK. NEW YORK, Sept. 29. The morn ing was rainy and Bryan remained at his hotel answering mail. Later it is expected a conference will be held by Bryan and Senators Jones, Faulkner and Gorman regarding the situation in the middle states and the south. Mr. St. John will probably participate in the conference.. The latest phase of the political situation in this state will be gone over. This afternoon Bryan will make a speech at the Academy of Music, Jersey City. OLD VETERANS. COUNCIL BLUFFS, la., Sept. 29. The special carrying Generals Alger. Howard, Sickels, Sigel, Mulholland and Stewart and Corporal Tanner, ar rived here at 7:30 this morning. A thousand people surrounded the depot to greet the veterans. At Baylish park a '.mass meeting was held from 9 to 11 o'clock. Probably 10,000 people sur rounded the stand during the speak ing. General Howard spoke briefly on the issue of the campaign. General Alger's speech was on the money ques tion. MURDERER GIVES HIMSELF UP. LA CROSSE, Wis., Sept 29 An Italian giving the name of Battaglia, went to the Chief of police yesterday and accused himself of assisting his brother to kill another Italian at Buf falo, N. Y., August 1. The police locked him up and word came from Buffalo to hold him, that an officer would come after (hiim. SUPERVISORS ON TRI AL. SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 29. The trial of Supervisors Hughes, King, Benjamin, Dunker, Morgenstein, Scully and Wagner, indicted for corruption in office, was commenced in the superior court today. The proceeding is of quasi criminal character, having for its object the removal of defendants from office. IN SPITE OF RAILROAD WRECK. ATHENS, O., Sept 29. By the de railment of a car here last night four men were hurt, among them D. D. Breckenridge of Watertown, whose leg was broken. Breckenridge was on his way to Amesville to 'be married to Miss Ethel Gould of that place. She has tened here and the ceremony was per formed. THE SILVER MARKET. SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 29. Silver bars, 65; Mexican dollars, 5252. mrm T TJ 1 TWIT T U OTDTVIj HH jiti ft U IJjljIl UIIUMj " No Fresh Disturbances Reported. Mine Operators Determined Not to Accede. They Will Under No Circumstances Grant the Demand for a Uni form Wage Scale. . LEADVILLE, Sept 29. .No change in the strike situation has been re ported. There has ibeeii no- fresh dis turbances. The " miners' union at a meeting Wednesday night will .prob ably take definite action wither to bring about a settlement or to push the strike more aggressively. The mine op erators are determined not to grant the' demand for a uniform scale of three dollars per day for all men.,- They also declare they will not employ tme lead ers of. the strike.. J. R. Amburn, pres ident of the union, at is reported, was wounded in a fight at Emmet mine eight days ago and has been under the doctor'8 oare. SWINDLED OUT OF 900. An Italian . VicticiiBed by Two Con fidence Men in Chicago. CHICAGO, Sept. 29. Louis Rainone, an Italian, of Sterling, III., was yes terday swindled out of $900 by two green goods men. . Rainone is a fruit dealer. He has been in the habit of making frequent, trips to Chicago to buy ifruat. The conflaence men offered Rainone 410,000 worth, of greenbacks for $1,000. Rainone went home and got $900, all the money he had. He ar rived in Chicago last night and by agreement met the green goods men. He (handed over the $900 he had brought and was given a package which contained, it was said, $10,000. After they left he took a peep at it and found that it was composed of brown paper cut in the sha-" of tank bills, ATTEMPT- TO BRIBE. Prominent Populist Says Republicans Offered Him Money. INDIANAPOLIS, Sept 29. Consid erable of a sensation has .been created here by the publication of a signed statement from Captain S. M. Shepard, a well known lawyer and chairman of the Populist county committee, in which ihe accuses United States Com missioner W. A. Van Buren of at tempting to bribe' him in the interest of tjhe Republican party. In substance Captain Shepard's charges are to the effect that he was offered by Mr. Van Buren sufficient money to run the Populist campaign and a liberal com pensation for .himself if he would use his influence to keep the Populists f rom fusing with the Democrats. Mr. Van Buren demies the charges. STEAMER AGROUND. The Umatilla Goes Ashore in Puget Sound. SAN. FRANCISCO, Sept 29. The steamer Umatilla, which left here last Saturday with passengers and f reight for Puget Sound ports, is reported ashore off Point iWilson in the sound. The Umatilla struck on the rocks off Point Wilson promontory in Discovery hay, near Port Towusend. Ail of the passengers were .landed safely by means of small boats. (Che starboard bow icff tlhe steamship was stove in badly and the steamer is leaking seri ously, but rests above the water sup ported on) tine rocks. .The cause of the disaster is attributed to fogs so preva lent la northern waters at this season. SHOT WHILE ASLEEP. Awakened .by the Trickling of Blood. Doesn't Know Who Shot Him. 'NEW YORK, Sept 29. Roger E. Costello is in a dying condition at a Jersey City- hospital, the result of a pistol shot wound received, as he al leges, while he was asleep in the home of his employer, Dennis Reynolds, a produce dealer. Costello retired about 11 o'clock last night and at 8 o'clock this morning he says he was awakened by the trick Mn of blood irom a wound in his breast He confesses not to know how or by whom ithe wound was inflicted. Dennis Reynolds, his brother, Frank, and Peter Fox are in custody pending an investigation of the affair. BRYAN'S KANSAS TRIP. Itinerary to Be Arranged This Week in Chicago. TOPEKA, Kan., - Sept 29. Mack Love, chairman of tne Democratic state central committee, left here this afternoon for .Chicago, to confer with the National committee. The itin erary of W. J. Bryan's trip through Kansas will be arranged while he is there. The trip will 'be made in the j last week of October and will consume three and possibly four days. The Na tional commiibtee has promised Henry M. Teller of Colorado and Congress man Towne of Minnesota to the Kan sas committee for a number of speeches and the dates will be arranged at this meeting. . THE INDIAN QUESTION. Commissioner Browning Makes His Ann ual Report . WASHINGTON, Sept 29 D. M. Browning, commissioner of Indian af fairs, has mad-ei his annual report to the secretary of the interior. He says that with no outbreak or disturbances during the year, the progress of the Indians in general education and civ ilization' has been uninterrupted and substantial. The effort now, as for many years, must be to put the Indian upon his allotment, teach him to sup port himself, protect him from en croachment and injustice and educate his children in books and industries. At the first step, so far as treaty obli gations do not interfereby requiring payment of monies and insurance of rations and annuities, Indians are given to understand that the govern ment will not feed and clothe them While they remain idle. . - ARMENIAN REFUGEES. Move Made to Offer Them an- Asylum of (Refuge in America. WASHINGTON, Sept 29. The at tention of Commissioner Stump of the emigrant bureau was today called to the movement looking toward the colonization in this country of Ar menian .refugees. Various appeals have been made from Lady Henry Sumerset, Frances Willard and Amer ican and English relief associations asking the co-operation of the govern ment lin furnishing the stricken people an asylum in the United States. The law on the "subject strictly prohibits the landing in this country of all per sons likely to become a public charge and it seems probable that the law puts insurmountable obstacles1 in the way of relief in 'the manner proposed. PREPARED AN ADDRESS. Appeal to Populists to Support Bryan for the Presidency. WASINGTON, Sept 29 It is un derstood that Chairman Butler and Secretary Edgerton have prepared an address to the American people on be half of the Populist party in the pres ent campaign. The address is intend ed to be in effect a reply to Mr. Wat son's letter. The document will state officially the attitude of the Populist party in regard to Mr. Bryan. It will detail the reasons for and the circum stances attending his nomination, and will appeal to members of the party in all parts of the country to allow north ing to stand dn the way of their giving the presidential candidate their loyal and undivided support .RESULT OF THE STORM. Severe Damage Done Mexico. to Mines in ISAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 29. Mexi can mine owners here have advices tfhat the terrible storm which recently swept the west coast of Mexico .has played havoc with mining interests around Candelaria and San Dimas, where ffche most active mining work in the republic has been prosecuted for several years. The damage to prop erty will aggregate $250,000. AT A STANDSTILL. SAULT STE MARIE, Midh., Sept. 29. Bainess on the Soo and Canadian Pacific railways is at a standstill on account of the strike of the Canadian Pacific telegraph operators. TORONTO, Sept. 29. Traffic on .the Canadian Pacific is greatly retarded as the result of the operators' strike. District Manager Leonard said the strikers were all advised and he ex pects all vacant positions to be filled in a short time. A CONFERENCE. NEW YORK, ept E9. At tie con clusion of the conference in which Bryan, Chailrman Jones and Senator Gorman participated, Jones said: "We discussed things generally, but noth ing of a definite character developed, Bryan's itinerary in the west was fur ther discussed and his wishes in that particular consulted. REQUEST FOR SPEECHES. CHICAGO, Sept 29. The National gold standard Democratic committee is considering the advisability of send ing Senator Palmer and General Buck- ner through the northwest Requests are made for speeches from the vet eran candidates, particularly from points in Michigan, Illinois', Wiseon sin, Minnesota and Iowa. FLEET INCREASED. . ST. PETERSBURG, Sept 29. It is announced tJhat the Russian commer cial fleet trading with -China, Japan and Corea will be Increased by five large sueamers. u v.-:' f e t A New York Girl a Rich Heiress. Nursed a Cuban Planter in His Lsst Illness. Now She Has a Million and a Hair Dollars Left to Her In His Will. NEW YORK, Sept 29. flBss Bessie Almy. who lives wim her aunt at jno. 256 West Forty-third strzeet, this city, received a letter last Monday xrom Ha vana, stating hat she was named In the Willi of the late Jose Martinez oi Havana as his sole iheirees. Miss Almy is but 20 years of age. The estate la said to be worth $1,500,000. According ' to Miss Amy, she was visiting relatives in Cuba, when she met a daughter of Martinez. His wife was friendly.-, Two sons were in the insurgent army. Bight months ago Mr.' Martinez s daughter "became ill and. died. Miss Almy nursed the girl. Shortly after ward news came that Gaosrige Martinez. tare elder of the hoys, had been killed in battle. Mr. Martinez was in feeble health and Miss Almy looked after him. Shortly after the death of the elder son a .body of soldiers came to Mr. Martinez's house. Whey showed hua the body of a Cubam Boidier, who, they said, had been shot as a traitor. It was Lorenzo, the younger son. Mr. Martinez from that time took to Ma bed and Miss Almy nmrsed him until about two months ago, w&en she coma . home. A few days ago she got a let ter announcing Mr. Martinez's death and stating that he had left her all his money and property. WHITNEY WEDSD2D. He Leads Mrs. Edith: -Randolph to the - i . Aluir.--. BAR HARBOR, Me., iiV.pt 29. A fairer day for a wedding never came than that -which greeted Hon. William Collins Whney w-nd Mrs. Ediflh S. Randolph, who were jnarawed this atf-. temoon ia the little stos church at St Savours by Rev. C. S. -Leffingwell, the pastor. It was an .iniarmaj affair. There were no ibrid-esmajds and no best man. No formal in afaons were issued. Mr. and Mrs. Whitney w.jll .remain a week or so at anchorage. Mr. Whitr ney said farther plans wer indefinite. I .became engaged to Mrs. PandolpH but last Friday," said Mr. Whitney, : "and we thought we iraaifi .take tame by the forelock. I wished tie wedding private on account of to-e .dcatih of Henry Payne." Hundreds of tele grams have been received 'by Mr. ana Mrs. Whitney. One of the earliest . was from President Cleveland. ...... STRIKE NOT OFF. Unless the Full Demands of the Miners : Are Concede:!. LEADVILLE, Sept 3. The state- pointed byjthe miners' union .Saturday night to consider the question of de claring tihe strike off has ten both confirmed and denied by prominent members, but today Secrsiary Duware declares positively that the strike will not be declared off unless the full de mands of the union are eon&eded. FEAR MOB VIOLENCE-. NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 29. The peo ple of Amite City, and the Parish of mob violence od account of isneriff MdMidhaels sending John Jss?n, the murderer of Cotton, fpwll" to New Orleans to siave him from the mob. Governor Foster this morning ordered the Sixth batialki-a to Amite City to reinforce the company of state troops now there from Hammond. IS TAYLOR LOCATED. Slad to Have Been Found ia the In dian Territory. KANSAS CITY, Sept 29. According to the story told the local police today by Joseph Rowe, a railroad man, who has Just arrived from the territory, George Taylor, escaped murderer of the Meeks', has been located in the Indian Territory by 'United States Marshal Copeland. RETURNED TO WORK. WALTHAM, Pass., Sept 29. One thousand operatives returned to work in the mills of the Boston Manufac turing company in this place and oth ers will be ir.Sen in sad given employ ment from time to time until ithe en tire toKva -k 4. work .tt,-;r . SUDDEN DEATH. NEW YORK, Sept 29. Arthur 3. King, executive toad of the firm of R. G. Dun & Co.. uied .today at ir.ia huima in Bloomheld, N. J.