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PHCENIX, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 12, 1893.
VOL. IV. NO. 45.
u have now 4 largo Electric Fans in fino working order in
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ami cool off.
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ore from the risk of being snubbed, appear in one of our summer suits. You'll
ouk all right then, anu you'll be received as you look. Our stock is aH full of
sovelties aa summer is of sunshine and you can't fail to select a Buitablo outfit
Iron our aesortment. Appearances go for everything, and that makes it necos-
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Don't Miss Our Sinn at the Door.
Don't Forgot Oar File Iwvl'or Duieau.
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It Will Possibly Derange
The Delay of the Terri
Likely to Carry the Matter
Through the Next Long
Session-Chairman Faulknor Con
sidering a Sutrgostlon to Mako
the Investigation Alono.
WABlli.S'aTOS', July 11. Associated
Press. Sonator Faulkner, chairman of
the sub-committee of the senate com
mittee on territories delegated to inves
tigate tho question of admitting tho ter
ritories as states, in an expression on
the probable action of the eub-commit-tce
shows that he is undecided as to the
best plan to adopt. He had intended
to mako the rounds of the territories in
tho month of August, anticipating an
extra session in September, but now
that the oxtra session comes in August,
he is not certain that ho will be able to
get the committee to make tho trip in
July, l lie other members ot the com
DESPERADO SHOT DOWN.
Aoenix Real Estate Co.
Center Street. Adjoining Commercial Hotel Office,
We Only .Advertise Bargain's.
QTY AND ADDITION PROPERTY
Iitm a lot in Churchill addition
nlculr located and convenient to
i! f flfV Buy 6 beautiful M-foot lots on
VC-iUU Washington street only two
otti lrom East Knd Sbhool.
COil Ech " lot In Nenhra'
C" C ) l J addition on Tenth aventyj .
yOME ipeclal bargain! In business property.
IX)R RENT -Two 4 room cottaees with water
' Tenth Avenue, I 15 and fl2 each per
T R REST -One 5-room 'urnlihcrthouTO near
1 water works, (15 per month.
Fl'R REN'T-Large barn on Van Jluren
oeiween Third and Fourth Avenue, ii per
TriOR REST -The large corral on Van Burcn
J. aid Seventh aveuue.
Of ff Buys an 8 room house
OD.OUU with barn, bath house,
l ti iiutl xi (eet beautifully located, 3 block.
All fOA Buys a corner o( threo lots on
VlO' jU North Center street near town
C'trrvrv Hutu corner of 3 lot with lm-
V'JOUU proTcment9 6blocks IromCourt
uue on w asmngtou street
lots In fnlvcrslty addition near nve
mti one block from streot Cftr line.
Beautiful addition of 120 acres with water
ttt near CaDitol grounds, l'rlce J200
i A Acres only four miles from Fhoonlx
JL OU with water right, 50.CO per acre.
O "" A cres Improved, Ave miles from Thro
OU nix under Salt Klver canal, iw.00 per
C A l Acres Improved land S miles ct
yfj- J Temtioand t4 miles of I'hcrnix
with a lull water share In Tempe canal, ler
O f Acrei3J miles from Phcenlx, suitable
f)J for chicken ranch or vegetable gar
nl Acres nicely Improved with good house
yi'l ana Darn, one mno irom rineun mm
water right. Prlco M.700
Acresln alfalfa 3 miles from Phoenix $75
Arres Improved 3 miles from Tempo
with water right In Tempe canal J7
Acres 0 miles from rhrenlx nndcr
Urand canal with Water right, ?. per
O r f Acres 8M miles from Phcenlx,
0J ?'J-S Per acre.
Acres i miles from Phoenix. Price JG0
Of Acres on Center street, east frontage
U water right. Price ?75 per acre.
K Acres Improved VA miles from city with
0 water right. Price U.SOO.
rr Acres with water right In flnotfttoof
fii)J cultivation, Vi miles from Phcenlx.
Price (3 per acre.
PHCENIX HEAL ESTATE CO., Phoenix, Ariz.
store two Btories below, a distance of
about 35 feet. In his descent ho struck
fho top of the shelving and fell uoon a
eo uier, weaKing the front of it oh", and
rolled on the floor. He must have
broken his neck, for when the horrified
members of his lodge hurried down he
gasped once or twice and was dead. The
affair gave a terrible shock to tho com
munity in which the unfortunate man
was highly respected and much loved.
OUTRAGES IN SEVILLE.
Lawless Persons at Work With
Bombs and Petards.
Setillk, July 11. Aesociated
Tress. This city was in a stato of con
stant alarm all last night and many of
the prominent official residents dared
not seek their beads, fearing that per
haps their residence would be blovn up.
The excitement was duo to the fact that
anarchists or other lawless persons were
at work in various parts of the city
causing tho explosion of petards. Not
withstanding the extraordinary vigil
ance of the police no arrests were made
and the people are in fear and tremb
ling bet tonight shall bring forth a
repetition of the outrages.
In one part of tho city a bottle of
dynamite exploded on a hnuso step,
smashing the door and doing other
damage. Senor Logano, president of
the Provincial Council, was passing
just as the explosian occurred. The
broken glass flew pa6t him with great
violence, but fortunately ho escaped
Six bombs wero found in the door
way of tho house occupied by a merch
ant named Lascb. These bombs were
sufficiently powerful to have blown the
building to pieces. Explosions occurred
in several other parts of the city, but
no datnacre of moment was done. Extra
mttteo are Senators Hill and Hatt. Tho gards aro patrolling tho streets and a
tenator believes that it will bo possible Btrict watch is being kept on the public
to get I'latt to make the trip, as ho is buildings,
always very much interested in terri-
tory matters, but he has the imprison
that the senator had made sore other
arrangements that would consume the
month of July, and it may bo imposed
ble for him to make a change in his
programme at this date. He is making
an investigation, however, by wiro, and
expects to know possitively 'in a day or
Personally ho is in taVor of making
the investigation this month and swing
ing into Washington to catch tho extra
Session. Tho senator has little hope of
catching Hill in & favorable mood. That
senator cares very little about anything
of this kind, 'but an ingenious letter was
sent to him n few daya ago. It was to
the effect ,hat if he would visit tho ter
ritories and urgo in hia report to the
Eenafc'that they bhould be admitted as
stated, tho territories or Btates, what
ever they might be at the nextjnational
Dsmocratic convention, would support
liim to the last for the nomination for
president. This is the only hope for
eetting Hill to conclude it would pay
him to give any attention to the territo
ries. The matter of public business as
a senator baa nothing to do with the
caso and it is purely a question of what
it will benefit Hill.
This fact is well understood by the
territorial delegates, who made the sug
gestion that the senator take an interest
in the subject and submit a report ia
vorable to statehood. Senator Faulk
ner states that in the event Piatt will
mako tho trip with him they will pro
ceed in a fow days, but should Hill and
Piatt both fail to go he is not certain
that lie will do the work alone, lie is
being urged, however, to make the in
vestigation alone, as it is believed by
those interested in getting statehood
that a report on thn subject from him
would be practically as valuable as if
the whole committeo made tho investigation.
Un tne omer nanu uiey aieu reuun
nizo that should the whole matter fall
through it would be impossible to get
the question up at tho coming long ses
sion of congress. They want a report
made of some kind, oven it it comes
from the chairman of the committee
alone. Those interested in the ques
tion in Oklahoma are insisting that tho
senator mako tho investigation, and
they promise him to meet him in Okla
homa with a statehood convention that
will be a conclusive argument as to the
wishes of the people there on the mat
ter, and they will also submit evidence
as to their ability to tako care of them
selves as a state. They are very solicit
ous that the senator mako the trip, as
thoy want to go into the session of con
gress under favorable conditions for
J" A FtiMiso, President. P. J. Colt. Vlco-Presldent.
E. J, Bknnitt, Cashier.
nited States Depositary
Ho Had Escaped From Prison Whllo
Under Life Sentonco.
Mobile. Ala., July 11. Associated
Press. Fincher, a desperado of Wheol-
erville, Mobile county, anu escaped life
convict, was shot and killed near Wheel
ervillo yesterday afternoon by AVesey
Thomas, the sheriff's deputy. Fincher
was the terror of a bad settlement and
has a string of misdeeds to answer for.
The last was an assault upon the daugh
ter of Oalvin Taylor of Wheelerville.
Taylor brought the chargo against him
and pending the trial was assassinated
at hia supper table. The assault caso
came to trial and Fincher was sentenced
to. ten years. Meantime ovidenco was
accumulated "and he was brought to
trial and convicted of the murder of
Taylor. He was sentenced for life and
was in prison but a short time before
ho escaped. Deputy Thomas has been
watching for htm near his old home,
and found him on horseback in a coun
try road. He ordered him to hold up
hia hands, but instead of doing so
Fincher attemoted to draw a pistol
Thomas out eieht buckshot into his
bodv. tincher still attempted to de
fend himself, and Thomas shot him the
second time, producing death.
Cut His Throat.
Snohomish. Wash.. July 11. About
midnight last night a stabbing affray
occurred at Haller City, a few miles
north of here on tho Lake Shore rail
way. A nalt-oreeu inuian nameu cu
Giddincs stabbed a bartender named
Joe Cicero in the neck, almost severing
hid windniDO and lueuiar vein, me
ntnfpnipntn as to the cause aro conflict
ine. One story is that both Giddings
and Cicero were attending a dance and
that between the dances they retired
nnil drnnk freely. roDeatine this until
they became thoroughly drunk, when,
it is said, they ouarrelled over some
trivial matter, tho quarrel ending with
tlin nlirtvn result.
Another statement advanced is that
the trouble between these two parties
arose earlv in the day, at which time,
it is said", Giddings borrowed a dirk
knife from a friend, concealing it upon
his person, and used it at tho first op
portunity. Giddincs was brought to
this city this moining and lodged in
jail. Cicero can not be moved, and at a
lato hour was considered past recovery.
PROBABLE CASE OF- SUICIDE.
Body of John Rogers Found In tno
Rlvor at Lawrence.
Luvrksce, Mass,, July 11. Associ
ated Press. The bedy of the man
found in tho Merrimac river hero Satur
day lias been identified as that of John
Rogers, who residod at 401 Canal street.
It is believed that Rogers committed
suicide, and tliat tho act was occasioned
bv despondency on account of poor
health. He left home to go to Lowoll
on Wednesday, and had been missing
since then. He was a barber, but had
been employed at Spraguo' bobbin shop.
Ho leaves a widow.
THE "HERO" HID.
Attempted Escape From
Of Richardson, the Train
A Search for Him Throughout
Finally Results In Finding Him Con
cealed In Another Cell, Awaiting
a More Favorable Opportunity
Rosebud, Or., July 11. Associated
Press. A report that George E. Rich
ardson, tho train-saving hero, had es
caped from the county jail caused much
excitement this morning. Tho prison
ers had been let out of their colls about
0 o'clock for breakfast, and Richardson
obligingly let the others eat first, while
he stepped back to the northwest cor
ner of the jail behind one of tho cells,
and when the officers came in shortly
afterward ho was missing. A bar had
been sawed off and bent up, making an
opening in tho grating about G inches
wide. It was believed almost impossi
ble for him to escape there, as tho grat
ing is at least ten feet from the ground,
but it was generally thought that he
done so, and searching parties started
out at once. Richardson was "poesi-
tivelv" seen going up Deer creek end
later at the fair grounds, striking for
About 11 o'clock, however, while
Deputy Brockway was going through
the jail, a note was shoved into his
pocket by John Jones, one of the pris
oners. It stated that if the writer was
taken from tho jail, he would give in
formation concerning the plot. Tuia
was dono at once, and Jones told how
Richardson had secreted himself in one
of the colls. A Ecarch was made and
the "hero" discovered, lying back of a
bunk, covered with old clothes and
nowepapers. Jones fears personal vio
lence from Richardson forgiving the in
formation, and has been placed in the
city jail to servo out the remainder of
FIVE PERSONS BURNED.
Houso Struck by LlKhtnlng at 3
O'clock In the Morning.
Gaoetown, Mich., July 11. Asso
ciated Press. Five porsons were
burned to death about 3 o'clock this
morning in a house that was struck by
E. M. Babcock, with his wife and
child, of Fostoria, Mich., came here
yesterday to visit Mrs. Babcock, s father,
Allen Roberts, who lives in Grant
township, four miles from this place.
Mr. Robert's son waB awakened by
the smell of smoke about 3 o'clock and
found his bed clothes on fire. He
aroused his brother and George Frost,
of Silverwood, Mich., who was also
visitlnc the family.
Younc Roberts jumped out of tho
window on the second door and rushed
to his father's bedroom window on the
first floor. He succeeded in rebcuing
his father, mother and little sister.
Hie other brother and sister also made
their escape, but Mr. Babcock, his wife
and child and Mr. Frost perished in the
flames, as did als the 7-year-old son of
Mies Roberts and Mr. Frost were en
gaged to be married this fall. Tho
doath of Mr. Babcock and his wife and
child wipsd out the whole family.
by the mob during the rioting yester
day. It is supposed that thoy were
drow ned as they have not since been
seen. The French government has or
dered to Paris reinforcements from tho
garrisons at Versailles, Melun and
other places. The Paris Temps caya
that forty-two policemen and sixteen
Republican guards were wounded dur
ing the fichting yesterday. Eighteen
kiosks were burned and forty-five oth
Revolution Laughed at.
London, July 11. Associated
Iress.j A report has reached this rity
from the United States to .the effect
that King George, of Greece, hud abdi
cated and that a republic had been pro
claimed. Tho Greek consul general
here was seen today in relation to tho
report. He said :
''This is the first news I have re
ceived of the abdication of Kins
He laughed incredulously when tho
details of the report were repeated to
him, and declared that the report was
Mrs. Aaron Goldberg's Birthday.
Last Monday was Mrs. Aaron Gold
berg's birthday and she was in enjoy
ment of the warm felicitations of her
numerous friends both in Phcenix nad
eleewhero. One particularly pleaeant
incident was the receipt of a valuable
gift from Miss Becky Goldberg, of San
Francisco, the accomplished sister of
Mr. Goldberg, and who viBited Phau'.x
last winter. Tho gift is a plate on
which is painted the portrait of Mr.
and Mrs. Goldberg's little dauphtnr.
The picture is surprisingly life-like and
Duko of Voragua "Broke."
Cmctao, July 11. The friends ind
admirers of the Duke of Veragua tn this
country having learned that his finan
cial affairs in Spain arc in such condi
tion as to threaten the loss of the en
tire estate, have decided to raise a fund
for tho benefit of the family. Hon. T.
W. Palmer has consented to act as
chairman of the committee to securo
subscriptions, not only in the United
States but in all the other American
republics and the West Indies.
Paid TTd Camtal. - - 100,000
U. S. Bonds to Secure Deposits, 50,000
Depositary for the Territorial Funds.
The only Btael-Unol Vaults Mid Btcol Safety Deposit Boxes In Arizona.
'cst Paid on Time Deposits, General Banking Business,
JUMPED THROUGH A SKYLIGHT.
Horrible Doath of tho Chief of Police
of Potorsburff, Va.
PETKnsmmo. Va., July 11. Associ
ated PresB. Chief of Police Hender
son Eanes met with a shocking death
tonight at about 9:30 o'clock. lie was
a member of tho Petersburg lodge of
Elks, which had their meeting on the
top floor of the Wright building on Syc
amore streot. Tho windows of this
room aro aro nbout two feet nbovo tho
ekvlight covering tho storo of Julius
MeyerB & Sons. The business of the
lodge had been concluded and some
pleasantry was being indulged in, when
Eanes, thinking thero was n solid roof,
jumped out of a window. He struck
ono of the panes of tho skylight and
crashed through it, falling into tho
Siberia's Government Throatoned.
New York, July 11. Soon after the
arrival here latt Sunday of Gen. S. Don
ohovsky, recently appointed governor
general of Siberia, with a large party
bound for tlp world's fair, tho clerk at
the Clarendon hotel, where tho party
was staving, received a letter signed
"A Victim of Siberia." The writer
stated that a certain organization in
New York was olotting to kill uono
hovsky.. Ho also says that but for his
interference the organization would
have made an attempt todestroy a Rus
sian mun-of-war in the harbor. Tho
letter was sent to Superintendent
Byrnes, and he said that he made prep
arations to prevent any attempt at assassination.
The Choctawo Raprloved.
Mukooee, I. T., July il.-Ten Choc
taw Indians, sentenced to be Bhot on
Friday next at Wilburton for participa
tion in tho killing of sir Indians ofthe
Jones faction last fall, were tonight
granted writs of habeas corpus by
Judge Stewart. Offlceis are on the way
to serve the writs and some trouble ib
apprehended. The writs were granted
oil the ground that tho Indians did not
hayo a fair trial.
Hopeful Views In Spain.
Maukid, July ll.-In the Cortes to
day, in response to a question asked by
SeilorToca, who was one of the Span
ish delegates to tho recent international
monetary conference held in Brussels,
Sefior Gaaiazp, minister of finance, said
that Spain did not need to adopt special
measures to meet the silver crisis. lie
added that ho believed the present de
pression in silver would soon be remedied.
Explanation of tho Viceroy of India.
London, July 11. Tho viceroy of
India, in a recnnt speech at Simla, ex
plained the features of the proposed
scheme. He said its keynote was to
close mints rather for the purpose of
preventing a further fall in exchang?
than with tho object of raising the
value of the rupee. Ho also pointed
out that tho echemo by fixing a pro
riciminl mla of 10 nonce provided an
automatic means of proventtng the
closure of the mints from violently dis
turbing the exchange. The provisional
rate had been fixed high enough to re
lieve the government of its most press
ing necessities, while well within the
limits of recent fluctuations. His ex
cellency added that there should bo no
mistake about the facts. It was not
proposed to substitute a gold for a sil
ver mrroncy and no attempt would be
made nt present to fix a legal tender
n.t fnr imlif. while the ratio men
tioned in the bill was only provisional.
He also said that it was now estab
lished beyond controversy that to leave
matters alone meant for the govern
ment of India hopeless financial con
fusion, for Indian commerce a constant
and ruinous impediment, for taxpayers
the prospect of heavy and unpopular
burdens, for consumers a rise in tho
prico of the principal necessaries of
lifo, and for the whole country a fatal
arrest of development.
Mangled by a Mower.
Gkeat Falls, Mont., July 11. J. N.
Outright was brought hero to the hos
pital this afternoon in an unconscious
condition and is not expected to live.
. . nn.l Ufa tanm ran AWtlV
Ito was mowing uim mo "' -"-' i
throwing him in front of the cuttorhar
beforo ho could unBhift the gearing.
His left arm was nearly severed from
tho body, his collaf bono broken, be
sides sustaining internal injuries.
Policemen Murdered. -London,
July 11. The Standard's
correspondent at Paris eaya that throe
policemen wero thrown into tho Seine
Klllod His Landlord.
RusbELLViLLu, Ala., July 11. Deputy
United States Marshal Henderson was
shot and killed at his home at Haley
ville, a few miles south of here, lait
night bv a tenant on his farm. Tho
dispute arose over some trivial matter,
whereupon the tenant picked a shotgun
and emptied the contents into the body
of Henderson. Death reunited in
stantly. STORES ON SHIPBOARD, "t
rn'Rcngrrs Vf 111 Soon Ho AM to Get What
Thoy Ji'ooU hi Jlldoceun.
The steamship men are talking of
adopting- another wrinkle. "It is n
capital idea," raid the originator, who,
according to the New York Evening
World, manages one of the bifrgest
lines running between the Mersey and
"It is our intention to c&tablish a
counter on every one of our bhips. The
department will be in charge of a
landsman nnd nn assistant, the latter
a petty officer on board. It will be
necessa ry. to select a landsma n, because
sailor men know very little .about no
"Everything- to be found in a first
class dry goods stoie will ho put on
sale at this counter; everything, I say,
with the possible exception of tho
latest fangle in bonnets and trunks.
"We'll run a full line and sell ns
good and as cheap as nny firm on shore.
The time has gone by when passengers
have to be inconvenienced through an
oversight in having forgotten to pack
away shoe buttoners, a particularkind
of glove, n hair brush, a hand glass or
any other article that makes human
nature kind and good.
"No, we won't have any 6ceial sales,
but we'll have silks and ginghams in
abundance, that tho ladies may have a
chance to while away the monotony
of the voyage. It's a bigicheme, and
it will 1)0 a great boon to our patrons
when it is fully established."
Shops in Trance Not Allowed to Crowd
In France two shops selling the same
thing are not allowed to e:.ist mthin a
certain area. In provisions this absence
of competition materially increases tho
price, but, says a woman who has
large experience in houi-ekceping- in
France, your taxes are less, and you
have in return clean btreets, good gas,
constant water supply and perfect
sewerage. In addition, by virtue of
state supervision, you never receive
short weight or inferior goods. Thero
is no quantity so small that the grocer
will not sell it. And in doing this and
in delivering it he is as fccrupulously
polite and careful ns in buying larger
amounts. The butcher is the cook's
friend and will trim the meat and take
out the bones with loving care. Meat
is dear. Good beefsteak costs from
thirty-seven cents to fifty cents a
pound. Fish is very expensive, but
poultry is reasonable nnd good and
comparatively cheap. A good deal of
cooking in small households is done
with gas, nnd gas stoves ore loaned by
the gas companies for tl is purpose
Sugar, matches and all imported arti
cles are dear, owing 10 uiv iiigii lam.
The lowest price for servants Ls ten
dollars a month. Charwomen ask sis
cents by the hour. English omen say
that life on the continent is much
more agreeable for Americans than
for themselves, owing to the fact that
in each consular town the consul and
his family make a nucleus for a colony,
which soon gathers about them.