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.PH(ENIX, ARIZONA, 'FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 16, 1893.
VOL. IV. NO. 24.
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Pi No Object, n
They Must Go! W
u Come and Get One ! y,
ltenieuiber we will soon build nnd move into 'V
2 JL "r new Btore. Always look for our sign. Don't JLY.
T forget our free labor bureau and our Barrel of
Money on the Fourth of July. ' I '
S GOLDBERG BROS. S
Phoenix Real Estate Co.
Center Street. Adjoining Commercial Hotel Office,
We Only .Advertise Bargains.
nTY AND ADDITION PROPERTY
Ok REST Two 4 room coltaces with water
n Tnth Avenue, 15aud li each per
UOR REST -OneS-room furnished home Dear
vtter works, J 15 per month.
FOR RENT Urge bam on Van Buren
t'wecn Third and Fourth Avenue, J per
FOR REST The large corral on Van Burcn
and Seventh avenue.
Of Z S Ilnyi an 8-roora hone
vDOjOvJv- with barn, bath house,
lotnuxivifeet beautifully located, 3blocV
tadti hall, splendid neighborhood, rah.
SOf-v Uuy2 lot? In Unlverlly Ad
')JJ dltion nicely located.
VOJU Tenth Avenue in Ncibrs' Ad-
Buysa corner of three lots on
North Center street near town
fcOVm Buya 7 lots within 4 blocks of
y-iOUU City Hall.
(ifl B"TI' corncrof3 IoUwIih lm
9'J)) I provcniem G blocks from Court
E . LLj.Mn.ti.nttlr.ial
10 '' In l'nlvorIty addition near five
! one block from street enr lino.
.! per lot.
1 Be itlful addition of 120 acres with water
A ' S t near Capitol grounds, l'rlco JAM
P1KEN1X REAL ESTATE CO., Phoenix, Ariz.
" A Flkminq, President. r J. Cole, Vice
Paid Up Capital,
U. S. Bonds to Secure
Depositary for the
iho only BUel-Llncd Vaulted Btcel
1 Paid on Time Deposits.
C A Arrcn Improved land SJJinllei of
,04fcvv Tempeand 5' miles of I'hrvnlx
with a full water share in Tempc canal, r0 per
0" cres3' miles from Phoenix, suitable
t&J fur chicken ranch or vegetable gar
21 Acres nicely Improved with good hoiite
2 and barn, one milo lrora Phoenix with
water right. Price $1,700
Acres In alfalfa 3 miles from Hiccnlx $75
nn Acres In alfalfa 7 miles from Fhuinlx
0 U 1'rlce 100 per acre.
i in Acre' Improved 3 miles from Tempo
lDU with water right in Tempo canal iil
1 ni Acres 9 miles from Phcenlx under
JL OU Orand canal with water right, ?. per
QOH Acres 8Ji
Acres 8U miles from Phoenix. Price
Acres Hi miles from Pha-nlx. Price JC0
Acres on Center strict, cast frontage
ater right. rr.co,; per acre.
" Acres Improved V miles from city with
O w tcr right. Price l.m
r - Acres with water right In fine tatoof
fCiKJ cultivation, 1 miles from Phiuutx
Price JGJ per acre.
K. J. Bknnitt, Cashier.
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Safety Deposit Bo.es In Arizona.
SM I W I t
How the Trust is to be
Bonds to the Amount of
An Assessment of 20 Per Cent
on Preferred Stock.
Tho Plan of Re-Organlzatlon Will be
Officially Announced Next
New York June 15. Associated
Press. The reorganization plan of the
National Cordage company wrb not
given out officially yesterday and prob
ably will not bo until Monday, but nn
outline which was published in Wall
Street yesterday was said at the office
of Ladenburg, Thalmnn A Co., to be as
nearly accuiate as an unofficial state
ment could be.
Acoording to this outline the issue of
bonds to tho amount of $6,000,000 is to
bo authorized, of which $1,000,000 ore
to be reserved. Tho $5,000,000 are to
be issued at 85, and will be under
written by creditors at 80. A cash as
sessment of 20 per cent, will be made
on the preferred stock and 10 per cent,
on the common stock for whwli new
preferred ttock will bo given. Stock
holders will have the option of surren
dering 53 pur cent, of their stock in lieu
of the cash assessment or "contribu
tion." The bond issuo will be tun pie pro
vision for outstanding obligations and
the if3,000,OJO desired from the assess
ments will furnish working capital. It
is said that tho lease on the security
corporation is to be pledjjed as part of
the security for the issue of cordage
bonds, but the mortgage of tho secur
ity corporation will not bu disturbed by
the provisions of tho plan. The inter
est charges of $420,000 a vear will bo re
ducod to $1100,000.
No consolidation with the John Good
interest is provided for In ,tha plan ne4
thus given out. When tin 'was called
to the attention of Mr. Hood lnt even
ing he only said : "Well, that's their
right, that's their rk'ht.
An erroneous statement was made
current yesterday that the receivers of
the Cordage company bad applied for
nnd received an extension of time for
tho filing of their repoit. This prob
ably arose from the following notice
sent in accordance with the laws of
Now Jersey, to the creditors of the Na
tional Cordage company under date of
"Take notice that in pursuance of or
ders made by the court of Chancery of
tho state of New Jersey, on the Gth day
of May and the 5th day of June, 1803,
you are required to bring in nnd preeent
in writing to the subscribers, receivers
of the National Cor lage company, your
several claims and demands and make
proof thereof upon oath to tho satis
faction of the receivers on or before the
31st of August, 1893; in default whereof
you will be debarred from participating
in any dividend or distribution of tho
assets of tho said corporation which
may bo made by said receivers."
TheCrlmo of a Month Ago Just Dis
covered. San Fuancisco, June 15. Vssociated
Prebs. T'vo cases ot forgery to the ex
tent of $9.C;00 on May 13 was discovered
here this morning. On that day a
check drawn by the bank of Uutte
county in Chico, on London through a
San Francisco bank lor $5,500 w.is paid.
On the same day n check for $3,8')0
drawn by tho Farmers' bank of Fresno
on London, Paris and nu American
bank wad paid. Wnen the disciepuucy
was discovered in the accounts of the
(Hire rent banks it was found upon ex
amination thnt tho checks h.id been
raised respectively from $55 and $38.
The work was exe'euted with great skill.
A peculiar feature being that so accur
ately were the names of the different
cashiers forged that they themselves
failed to detect the imitation. Detect
ives are at work on the case.
HELD ON THE NORMANNIA.
Passengers Durlne tho Cholera
Scare Want Pay for Their Trouble.
New York, Juno 15. Associated
Press. Tho hearing of testimony in
casoof Judge Heers and others against
tho llamburg-Americam Btenmship
company was resumed today at the
office of Cortis, Wheeler A Godkin, No.
45 William Street.
This action is brought to recover dam
ages for the "suffering, loss of time and
damage to their businesses" while they
wero detained at Quarantine last sum
mer aboard tho steamship Normannia
and later at Fire Island in consequence
of the cholera scare.
A Busy Day for tho President.
Washington, June 15. Tho president
kept "open house" today. A large
passago ivny upon which the president's
offices are situated was about crowded
nnd ho received more than fifteen sen
ators nnd twenty-five representatives
besides twenty or moro unofficial
Fatal Duel Is Louisiana.
St. Gaiiriel, La., June 10. A street
duel took placo hero today between Ed
Loche and Pual B. Jumet. Leche is a
prominent rice planter, and a member
of the Ponchartrain levee board. Ju
mot is the eldest son of Hon. Juinet,
ex-state auditor and a new represent
ative in tho state legislature. The
shooting took place in front of the post
office and the old feud ended bv Jumet
being killed and Leche dangerously
wounded. Leche fired four shots all of
which took effect, and Jumet one. Ju
mot was practically a dead man when
he fired a ball, which entered Leche'a
face in the lower cheek and passed
through the neck, coning out behind.
Cruelty to Russian Convicts.
Sr. Pi:tkk8I!uiui, Juno 15. The Vlad
ivostock publishes an account of the
terrible abuse of convicts on the Island
of Onera. Tho man in charge is a con
vict who was promoted for good be
havior and ho subjects tho convicts to
such barbarous practices that twenty of
them mutilated themselves in order to
escape his cruelty. Others fled into
the wilderness of Taiga where they suf
fered from cold and hunger. Of those
who fled few are now alive, and they
have sustained themselves onlv by eat
ing their former comrades.
Two Brothers Missing.
Waiiahh. Ind., Jund 15. John and
Thomas Overman, dealers in grain at
Ainboy, near this city, have been miss
ing from their home for over a week.
and their relatives have received no
tidings from them. If is explained that
the two, having become indebted to a
Pfqua, Ohio, firm, for whom they were
Uuyjng to the amount of $5,000, could
not meet their obligations and left.
A MURDERED MAN'S BODY.
So Far It Has Not Been
A Battered Skull and Broken Jaw
, Show the Manner of
Seattle, Wash , June 15. Associat
ed Press. A corpse found in Titche
nal's can on, eight miles from Water
ville, and supposed to be that of Mark
McConnell, the old money lender, who
was lost, during the big storm last
winter, cannot bu identified, but u not
the body of McConnell. Tho remnins
were badly decomposed, the skull bat
tered and the jaw broken. The corner's
IiirV found. that thu deceased came to
his death bv violence nt the hands of
another person in October or November
last. As far as could be judged the re
mains were of a man between 30 and
40 years ot age, about 5 feet 10 inches
in height, with light brown curly hair.
He was dressed with flannel shirt'',
overalls and blouse; no hat or shoes
were found. He was lying on a quilt
covered with a blanket and a tarpaulin.
His pockets were entirely empty"; not a
fcr.in of naner nor anything to lead to
his identity could be found. As there
had been numbers of railroad laborers
traveling over llidger mountain it is
probable that ho was one who had been
murdered by his companions for his
money. Near where he was found was
a common camping place. Helow lntn
on the creek was found a glass bracket
lamp, tin pans and other things that
would indicate that the dead man wa
one of a party wi.h wagoiid. Mr.
Titchenal reculls that nbout election
time a man called at his house for
breakfast with two light wagons with
one horso attached to each. The
traveler said lie was from the sound on
his way to 0vil9 Gitv nod had crossed
the river at Kck Island.
Capt. Mellen's Afralr.
UivKiisiDU, Cal., June 15. Edgar
Hndden, who had just returned from
Fresno, was accidentally shot on a
Santa Fo train here this "afternoon by
J. A. Mullen of Yuma, Captain of the
steamer Gila on the Colorado river.
The bullet entered tho loft side and
ranged upwards and the wound will be
fatal. Mellen was arrested, but states
he can prove tho affair was wholly ac
cidental. Mellsn was on his way to
The Corpse ofaSulcido.
Ciiioaoo, Juno 15. fhe body of Her
man Schaffner, tho missing Chicago
banker. was found this afternoon in
Lake Michigan. Papers in his Docket
book confirm the identity of tho corpse.
Schaffner was the lnrgot private dealer
in commercial paper in the west, and
his recent mysterious disappearance
followed by tho suspension of his bank
and rumors of suicide caused a decided
Washington, June 15. Tho commis
sioners of the district decided this
afternoon to order a new inquest on the
Ford's theatre disaster nnd directed
Mr, Thomas, attorney for the district,
to assist Coroner Patton in conducting
it in view of tho latter's ill health. It
was ascertained that tho bodies of
Messrs. Loftus and Fagin were still in a
vault in Glenwood cemetery. One of
tho bodies will bo viewed by tho jury
Valuable Rock Struck.
Colokado, Spkinos. Col., June 15
The Pike's Peak mine at Bull Hill,
Cripplo Creek mining camp, reveals at
a depth of forty feet a sixteen-inch
vein. Various assays of tho rock show
from 182 to 500 ounces of gold to tho
ton. The mino was recently leased by
E. B. Thayer. It promises to become
one of tho best in the camp.
Clirls Evans Loses a Hand.
Visalia, Cal.. June 15,-Chris Evans
sustained an amputation of his left
hand in jail this morning. Sontag, the
other wounded bandit, has bo greatly
improved today that his recovery is
DONT WANT IN.
The Cherokees Prefer
To an Actual Partner
In the Government of the Great
Their Opposition Based Chiefly on
the Friendliness of the Intruders
Washington, Juno 15. Associated
Press. Those who are carefully watch
ing developments in the Indfan Terri
tory say it will be a long time until the
five civilized tribes can ba induced to
relinquish their tribal relations and
consent to become a part of the United
States. The three commissioners who
are to be Appointed under an act passed
by the last congress authorizing tbem
to negotiate with the five tribes to that
end, have not been named yet. Their
task, however, will not be an easy one.
The Cherokees are looked upon by those
who have watched the situation care
fully as the strongest opponents of the
plan to include them as part of the
United States. They are now demand
ing the enforcement of that part of the
treaty relating to the removul of the in
truders. Chief Han ie has filed with the sec
retary ot the interior u -request that the
secretary ask the president to issue a
a proclamation to give the intruders
notice to leave the nation. The Chero
kees are actuated to this course by the
knowledge that a large number of the
so called "intruders" are in favor of
American citizenship. Some time ago
the head men of the nation furnished
the department of the interior a list of
about 5000 names of prsona asserted to
be living in the Cherokee nation, al
though not citizens. The president on
Friday appointed Peter It. Pernot, ol
Indiana; Joshua liutcliirm, of Georgia,
and Clem V. Uoer.s, of Indian Terri
tory, appraisers of tho valae.of..housea..
lands anil improvements owned by tho
intruder?, and 'bus tlie firct step ha
been taken to carry out tho expulsion
provision. Before any proclamation is
issued thosp most interested in prevent
ing it will nk for a hearing by tho sec
retary of iho interior and possibly by
tho president. In view of the attitude
of the head mon of the Cherokee nation
toward them it is but natural that the
alleged intruders should desire the
abolition of the present autonomous
form of government. They have em
ployed counsel nnd proposo to coutot
nny attempts that may bo made to
drive them from their homes.
THE WESTWARD GOLDEN TIDE.
Tho Financial Center Being Closely
New York, Juno 15. Associated
Press. Shipments of currency to the
west and south by New York" banks,
were continued today nud excited
much comment, Tho amount sent
out is estimated to be more than $1,000,
000 and another million was ordered to
day. The amount sent out mainly to
the west within t lie past ten days will
exceed 14,000,000. Bankers agree in
saying the demand is largely due to
the distrust prevailing every where in
tbe country and especially in the west,
whre there have been a good many
failures both of banks and commercial
houses, tho stringency of the money
market being experienced at both ends
of the line now. Savings banks as weli as
other banks out west are all fortifying
themselves as much as possible and
especially thu country saving banks
causing the hoarding of money in these
places and a consequent drain upon tho
banks of New York city as tho result.
Many New York banks are being com
pelled to call in loans in order to retain
tho lawful reserve.
Washington, June 15. B iron Fava
was presented to the president this
afternoon by Secretary Gresbam, under
Ids new title as embassador from Italy.
Tbe usual felicitous speeches were
exchanged. After the ceremony Mav
royeni Bey the Turkish minister in be
half of the Sultan of Turkey presented
to thu president a magnificent massive
gold and cameo medal commemorative
of the 40th anniversary of the discovery
of America. A suitable inscription in
Turkish is on tho face and the medal
proper is encircled with an elaborately
wrought laurel wreath studded with
numerous diamonds. The moJal will
probably ornament the National
museum or the library of the depart
ment of btate. '
The Festive Fourth.
Through tho energy of the gentlemen
of the bicycle club Phoenix will enjoy
nn interesting Fourth of July. A
prominent feature of the exercises will
of course be a meet preceded on the
night of the 3d by a grand procession
in which all wheelmen are invited to
take part. The procession wilt bo at
tended by two bands. On the morning
of the Fourth there will bo a Mardi
Gras performance. Thos-o in costume
will be on foot. The costumes which
nre unique have been ordered from San
Francisco. The afternoon will bo occu
pied by a series of events consisting of
wheel conteets and other races. There
will also be seen that old-time fivonte,
tho oleaginous pig, the greased pole,
potato races, sack races and other ob
L. W. Morgan, manager of the old
Yuma Copper company, was yesterday
admitted to citizenship. Mr. Morgan is
a native of South Wales.
The fire department was out last
night testing the ne hose and acquir
ing practice. The hose was found to ba
all right and so were the boys.
The bond of Thos. It. Sonn, tho re
cent appointee to the board of world's
fair managers and resident manager ol
the exhibit, was received yebterday.
Notices of location of mining claims
in the neighborhood of Iialdy moun
tain, were yesterday filed by C. L.
Scales and J. W. McGinnis and by C.
L. Scales and J. Evans. .
A telegram was received yesterday
morning from C. M. Bruce, territorial
secretary, saying that he would reach
the capital in a day or two, when he
will enter upon the duties of his office.
Mr. Bruce is now at Tombstone.
Jack Bolan and Barney Cox, who
have just returned from Chicago, say
that Arizona's private exhibits at the
fair are quite creditable but aside from
the mineral exhibit the territory has
nothing to show. The building," they
say, is a disgraceful affair, and tbe
interior of Arizona's share of it Beems
to have been designed after a mining
Chaa. W. Prange, of the Harcuvax
copper company, left last night for SU
Tom Bryan returned yesterday from
a visit to tho'Castle Oreo hot e'pringd,
much improved in health and appear
ance. Commercial hotel guests yesterday
were: James A. Barton, Kansas City;
J. M. Wells, St. Louis; A. D. Chehhire,
San Francisco; W. II. Barnes, Tucson;
B.T.Corbet. San Domingo, Mexico;
J. P. Hickard, Colorado Springs; E. IL
Ferris, Tucson ; J. V.Edwards and Mrs.
F. Holder, Maricopa; Theo. B. .Cora
stock, Tucson; V. J. Bly and wife,
A NEW HOTEL
To Occupy the Big Gardiner
Thorouchly Modorn and Equlpp'Srt
With 160 Sleeping:
A hotel, though a private enterprise,
is ol such a public character that the
announcement of a new one is received
with great interest. There nre no sta
tistics on the subject, but if Ihpro wens
it would no doubt bo 6hown thnt of all
hotels built, ninety-nine are constructed
on paper to one on tho moro solid and
enduring foundation of stone and ce
ment. It is therefore an unusual inci
dent that a large hotel should nppear
in a city where hostelrys nre so bodly
needed as Phoenix without a blare of
trumpets, yet thnt is pu'cteely what is
about to happen.
J. J. Gardiner lit-, decided to convert
all of his immense building except the
first floor in'o a Intel. The centrat
portion of the Mock, fifty feet front,
thiee strie, will be entirely devoted
to hotol purpose-, with nn imposing
office on the first floor. The hotel will
contain 100 sleeping rooms nnd will bo
thoroughly modern. Tho materiil for
converting the upper stories of that
part of the block already finished into
lodging rooms, is already on hand and
the work will be begun shortly. One
hundred stationary washttands havo
been ordered from a Cincinnati
plumbers' supply ettablithment. The
central portion of the big block will bj
finished about September 1.
Mr. Gardiner will not conduct tho
hotel himself, nor has he yet agreed
upon tho conditions of a lease, but is
considering two propositions made him
by two old hotel men well known on
oh the coait. Although this enterprise
will not supply the demand which may
be expected to" be made next fall, yet
100 additional sleeping rooms will biua
a tendency to slightly relieve tho con
gestion of visitors under which the city
labors during the fall, winterandsprin;
A GUN MOVEMENT.
Which Started a Table Full"ofKeno
"Kid" Harris was arrested last ni?ht
for discharging a revolver in the Capi
tol ealoon and will be given n hearing
before the recorder this morning. Har
ris says tho shooting was accidental,
but bystanders say thnt it was done
with the miechievous intent to startle
the habitues of the keno table. If o,
Mr. Harris' purpose was fully carried
out, as half tho gentlemen who
were listening intently to the
oratory of the dealer jumped
as if ho had received the sh'it
himself. Col Schwartz is frequently
unable to sec the cambric point of a lit
tle joke, so that Mr. Hams, gun move
ment is likelv to coet him moro than
he will mnko'in n lucky month.
Walker U Cant,
lteal Estate, Insurance and Moivey
brokers. Houses to rent, and rents col
lected. Prompt attention given to :ill
business entrusted to us. Office Ne. 14
TI. TPlIilmon Pptpm. (loldmfin Co.
are making special inducements to far
mn.i nn thnir new Buckeve mowers
and Jackson rakes nnd ntackers.