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AK1ZUSA WEEKLY KEI'UBLICAN: FIKEN1X. THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 18-3.
The Lesser Half of the
On Banking and Cur
Submits Report Dlfforont f rom
That of tho Majority.
It-Saya tho Repeal of tho Sherman
Silver Bullion Purchase Law
Moans a Gold Standard.
Washington, Jan. 12. Associated
Press. A report of the minority
ol the houee banking and currency com
mittee on the bill to repeal the Slier
man silver bullion purchase net was
made to the houso by Representative
Townscnd of Colorado. It is an argu
ninut in opposition to the bill which, it
is charged, is intended to be a tlnal
atep toward nn absolute gold I landard
in tho United States and to suppress
every effort at hi-mctalism.
Tho minority say that to secure the
'aupport of the national banks the bill
allows them gratuitously to increase
their present circulation about $ 15,000,
000 and also elvos them a bonus on the
present circulation of $G75,UOO per year
by reducing the circulation tax. The
report attacks tho statement of facts
given by tho majority as its ground for
action and predicts that a icpeal of the
policy will produce wide-spread ruin.
Figures are quoted to disprove the
atateincnt that the c6untry ib drifting
to a silver basis and the drain of gold is
attributed to Kurop'an losses in South
America and to tho Kussian loan. The
ellvtr purchase has not affected the
matter and to got American gold Europe
has been paying a premium.
ttoms of Rooent Interest In tho
Capital of Gila.
Gloiie, Ariz., Jan 8. Associated
Press. The town was suddenly
awakened about two o'clock on tha
morning of the last day of tho old year
by tin loud and pro'onged blowing of
the firo whistle at the smelter, and the
alarm was increased by tho sight of
flames which shot up in the direction
of the hoisting works. Tho firo proved
to bo not so great as was at first sup
posed, but wi3 found to be confined to
the carpenter shop and was soon ex
tinguished. Hon. E.J. Edward left Tuesday by
private conveyance for l'houiix where
ho will spend the next few months at
tending to his duties ai tho representa
live of Gila comity. J mice Edwards is a
competent gentleman and will make
this county nn efficient representative.
A quiet wedding took place at tho re
sidence of County Treasurer Iloardmnn
on Thursday evenin, Miss Ida Stan
field arid Mr. John Ilowman being the
contracting parties, Justice Strong oili
cinted and pronounced the words whicn
made the happy couple man and wife.
The bride is among tho best known and
roost highly lespcctcd of Globe's young
ladies, wlii o the groom was recently
elected justice of the peace for Ulobe,
thus ahuwiug the esteem in which he is
held in this community. Their many
friends join in wishing them a happy
and prosperous futurp.
Samuel Hitchcock and Mrs. II. J.
Browne father nnd sister of our towns
mon 11. O. Hitchcock arrived on Mon
day from Iiirmingham, Ala., and will
spend tho winter in Globe, the guests of
Mr. and Mrs, Hitchcock.
C. V. Houson left on lhurday morn
ing for Gralmn county to look after
bis cattle interests there; be expects to
be gone about a month.
Floyd ISlevlns is again able to be on
tho street after n slight attack of ty
The New Year's dance at tho Rink
was woll attended and was a very enjoy
Burglars Rlflo a Safe.
Loh Anoelhh, Jan. 12. Hnrglars
blow open a eale in tho office of Hey
wood Bros. & Co., furniture dealers,
early this morning. The explosion wa
terrific nnd weeked the building. Tho
anfe door was blown 120 feet into the
street. The explosion attracted every
body in the neighborhood to the place
and tho burglars were scared away.
There was only a small amount of money
in tho safe.
THE TERROR INCREASING.
Cholera Rapidly Reappearing
Wabuinqtox, Jan. 12. Associated
rresa.l Secretary Foster ol tho state
department, received tho following
cable dispatch from United States Con
sul Esteo at Hamburg: "Three cases
of cholera yesterday; five today. Of
eight five wero on Spanish steamer
Murzauo from New Orleans."
IntonaolyCoId at Pltt9burff.
Pittsiiukcj, Jan. 2. Last night was
the coldest for six years, the ther
mometer registering from six to eight
degrees below zero. All the rivers are
frozen solid from bank to bank. Many
ccliooh are forced to close on account of
a shortage of natural gas.
A BRANCH ESTABLISHED.
A California Banking Company Files
Artlolos of Incorporation Here.
Articles of incorporation wore filed
esterday by the Security Loan and
Trust Compa'ny of Southern California.
As its name Indicates it in a California
enterprise, and w lueorpnraled ,at
Los Anceles on flerenilijr 10th of Iant
year. Tho incorporators are all resi
dents of 1'asadcna. President Stlmson
and Secretary Braiey wero in Phoenix
a month ngo and completed arrange
ments for n branch office here to be
under the charge of Major Evans. The
object of tho incorporations Ib to carry
on a general banking business, engaqo
in real estate transactions, issue deben
ture bonds and alno perform the offices
of a safe deposit company. It is recog
nized by the business men of Phoenix
ns a valuable acquisition to the finan
cial intorests of tho territory.
INDICTMENT OF JEFFtSRIS.
The Engineer Must Stand Trial for
Miss Ayros's Murder.
Sackamknto, Jan. 12. Associated
Press. The grand jury has indicted
Geo. U. Jelferis on wo counts, one for
the murder of Miss Ayrcs, station agent
at Brighton, and the other for bigamy
having married Miss Ayrcs when he
had a wife living in Oakland.
Trying to Settle.
TorEKA, Kan., Jan. 12. At a con
ference of both pnrtieq with tho gov
ernor it whb decided to appoint a com
mittee of five to formulate a plan of set
tlement and both houses adjourned un
Drifting In loot
ll.umuua, January 12 Ten steam
ships wore tiighied off Cuxhaven today
as they drifted eastward in the midst
of enormous ice floes. All had steam
np hut were apparently helpless. Only
the German Rteamship Paula, Captain
llensli, was recognized.
Wantstho Government to Get Them.
Sckanton, Pa., Jan. 12. General
Master Workman Powderly, in an ad
dress to the union carpenters, said:
"I am a socialist and-believo that rail
roads and telegraph systoms should bo
operated by the government."
In the Interest of tho Trust.
Washington. Jan. 12. Robinson of
Pennsylvania introduced in the house
today "a bill increasing from $1 to $2
per barrel tho internal revenue tax on
Senator Hawloy Renominated.
Haktfoied, Conn.. Jan. 12. A caucus
of tile Republican members of the
general assembly renominated f-enator
A Centennial Frooze.
Ottawa. Ont., Jan. 12. For the first
titno in a hundred years n complete ice
bridge covers tho Big Kettle at Magarn
Yesto relay Was Practically Un
changed. A Frlghtonod Attendant Creates a
Commotion and Causos Rumor
of Another Ro!ap3o.
Washington, Jan. 13. Associated
Press. Early this evening messages
were hastily dispatched for both Dr.
Johnston and Hyatt. Young Mr.
Blaine was also quickly summoned.
This taken in connection with nil evi
dence of tuimnal commotion about tho
family residence, led tho newspaper
men to believe that Blaine had suffered
a serioin relapse. After twenty min
utes' consultation Dr. Johnston left the
house. He stated that nothing of a
serious nuturo hail occurred nnd that
Blaine's condition win practically un
changed. He stated that whenever any
sjinptoms deeloped that might be
conetTued by the attendant as unfavor
able the physicians were immediately
notified, but tins did not indicate any
change for tho worse. Dr. Hyatt said
tho trouble was tho difficulty tho in
valid experienced in breathing. The
attendant supposed his labored repi
ration was caused by an attack of heart
failure, but ids heart was found not to
bo affected. Medicine was adminis
tered nnd tho unfavorable symptoms
Executions, Legal and Otherwise,
WhlohTook Place Yesterday
Ciiesteutown. Md., Jan. 13. Asso
ciated Presrf.J Everything was in read
iness today for the execution of the
four murderers of Dr. Heigho Hill, of
Millington. Tho execution did not
take placo until tins afternoon, owing
to the fact that efforts were being made
at Annapolis to induce the governor to
grant a respite. The gallows was
twenty feet long nnd eight feet wide.
tho main beam being of Georgia pine.
There were four traps, on each of which
stood one of the. condemned men. The
execution was attended by no unusual
An Arkansas Lynching.
Biiinkley, Ark., Jan. 13. Two more
negroes and one white man werelvnchcd
yesterday at Cotton Platform for the
murder ot tho Aulinson latmly. Two
negroes wero lynched Monday for the
Baton Rougk. La., Jan. 13. Allan
Beeder, tho murderer of William Ham
ilton, will suffer the death penalty for
his crime in the parish of Orleans
STILL AT FEVER HEAT.
an Juan Placer Excitement
Flaobtaff. Ariz.. Jan. 13. fAssoci-
ated Press. Tlie excitement over San
Juan placers still continues. Every
train brings tourists. Sixteen pas
sengers are now awaiting the departure
of the next stage for tho mines. This
morning a train of teams heavily
loaded with supplies for tlie stage lino
stations pulled out for points along the
routo selected by tlie stage line com
pany. Lucky to Got Their Dlnneru.
New York. Jan. 13. This is Janu
ary 13. 1893. nnd tho old fnmoua
Thirteen club is again on deck with its
annual banquet. It will be tho 105th
time the club has met to dino and the
eleventh minimi banquet. The annual
election of olficerH will take placo thin
afternoon, and tlie lestivitiea will fol
low at the Columbia.
Of the Democratic Pen
Commissioner Raum of
Explains His Change of Esti
mate. Unless Congress Comes Down More
Handsomely the Great Review
Will NotTako Place.
Washington, Jan. 12. Associated
Press. Commissioner Raum of the
pension bureau appeared today before a
sub-committee of the house committee
on appropriations which is preparing
tho pensions appropriation bill. Tho
original estimate made by tho commis
sioner was $105,000,000, but a subse
quent estimate within tho last few days
placed the amount required at $172,000,
000. He was aked as to the reason of
tlie increase and explained his former
figures by saying ho had presumed a
new administration would not do as
much work as li is had dono, but ad
mitted if it did allow as many pensions
$172,000,000 would be needed.
The naval review in New York next
soring following the remit zvous at
Hampton roads, Va., will not lake
place unices congress makes additional
provision for tho proper celebration.
This is what Secretary Tracy today
told a committee of citizens from Tide
Water. Va.. who came to Washington
to urge an appropriation ot $300,000 for
carrying out tho objects ol the renilez
vouh and the review. Ho claims tho
celebration will be failure if it is at
tempted on tho small sum of money
airead) appropriated for that purpose.
So far only six nations have accepted
the invitation of tlie United States to
paiticipatb In tlie review, but unless
tli" desired appropriation is made
Secretary Tracy thinks it will be better
to withdraw all such invitations and
declare the review off.
Tho Local Name of a Now Order
Established Last Night.
A local council of the National Union
was instituted last night lit tho office of
tho territorial secretary by P. L. Teeple
of Mansl'old.O., delegatofor California.
Tho council will Htart in with about
sixty charter members choten from the
foremost rank of tho business men of
Thwnix. Tho objects of the order aro
social, patriotic nnd beneficial. It is
about eleven years old and is strong in
tlie eastern and middlo states. Ameri
can citizens between the nges of 21 and
51 are admitted providod they aro of
givid health and character.
The organization was comnieted bv
tlie election and installation of tlie fol
President, T. J. Tratk; vice-presi
dent, J). Mcholton; sneukcr, ;s. O.
Murphy; ex-president T. W. Iline;
secretary, Frank J. Peck; financial
eecretary, F. M. Czarnoweki ; treasurer,
13. J. Bennett; chaplain, T. E. Dalton;
Aslier, C.H. .Moore; sargent at arm,
W. A. Davis; door keeper; B. A.
Fickag, G. II. A. Lulira and C. T.
The local division will be known as
Tho Price Which the Wormsor
Night before last M. Wonnser sold
tho block on Washington street, op
posite the Mills house, for $20,000. The
purchaser" aro A. R. Pierce, J. II.
Greenlee and Rev. W. It. Craig, all
rtealthy Denver gentlemen who have
been in the city about two weeks
looking after investments.
The gentlemen propose to use tho
ground for building purposes and will
soon begin the construction of a four
story brick building. Real estate men
consider Ibis the strongest null yet
made for the east end nnd they con
sequently predict a boom in that part
of the city. Phumix is uow grown so
large that it could not well bo expected
that its commercial portion should
be confined to a half dozen blocks along
tho principal streets. Business shows
a sign now of crawling out of time
worn grooves nnd diffusing itself
throughout the city.
THE TEST OATH
In Idaho Will Probably Soon Bo
Boise City, Ida., Jan. 13. Associ
ated Press. The committee on privi
leges and election of the house toiloy
reported fuvorably on a bill for the re
pealing of tho Mormon test oath act.
Tho purpose of tho bill is to remove the
retroactive leature ol tlie law which
prohibits anyone from voting who,
since January. 1888. belonged to a
church which teaches or practices po
After brief re
Washington, Jan. 13.-
ligious service? at tho house a train
bearing the body of General Butler
left Washington at 3:15 o'clock this
afternoon for Lowell, Mass., over the
Pennsylvania and New York and Nhw
England roads. President Harrison
paid a visit to Butler's house this after
noon and viewed the body of tho dead
IT WASN'T LOADED.
Wherein Mr. Sam Bailey's Revolver
Differed From Average Weapons.
Sam Bailey has a little secret which
he is carefully guarding from his
friends. To expose it would entail pro
digious expense in the form of drinks,
cigars, etc. When footpads began to
be troublesome a month ngo and broken
houses began to be alarmingly frequent,
Mr. Bailey armed himself witli a re
volver from his Hrsenal nt home. Ho
carried this revolver patiently hoping
that somebody would hold him up some
dark night. The revolver was big and
burdensome, but it was Mr. Bailey's
constant companion on tho streets af
ter dark. He had never given it more
than a casual glance until a few morn
ings ago, when he accidentally noticed
that one chamber was empty. A fur
ther examination showed that all were
in the name condition of emptiness.
He's got a pocket Knife now which he
examines everv few minutes to eeo
that the blades are all in working or
der. A SNOW PLOW
Crashes Into a Passengor Train
With Fearful Results.
WitnsTEU City, la., Jan. 14. Asso
ciated Press. One of the most feaiful
wrecks on the Northwestern in years
occurred at 10 o'clock last night, near
Stony City, Iowa. A snow plow sent
out to clear tlie snow running at a rate
of fifty miles an hour telescoped tlie
Sioux City and Des Moines passenger,
smashing tlie rear coach into splinters
and seriously injuring about twenty or
twenty-five passengers. About twenty
of those are dangerously injured and E.
A. Wood, of Nevada, a violinist, who
was with his company in a car, is
fatally hurt. The unow plow ran nearly
through the coach. Valises, seats and
pieces of the car were thrown in every
A Slight Change for the Worse In
Blaine's Condition Yesterday.
Washington, Jau. H. Associated
Press. J Representatives of tlie press
were told that Blaine is about the same.
Dr. Johnston and Hyatt culled about
0 o'clock and nfter remaing with the
patient a quarter of an hour, left. Dr.
Johnston said Maine was languid and
weak during tlie day, but otherwise
there was no change in his condition.
Dr. Johnston will return to the house
between 11 and 12 o'clock and remain
tlie remainder of tho night. This indi
cates that Blaine's condition is again
critical in the extreme.
A Junket to Mexico.
Chicago, Jan. 14. The delegation of
eastern nnd middle states business men
which leaves tonight for bt. LouiB en
route for Mexico, is engaged in seeing
the town today. The delegation will
travel in a train of Pullman cars, all
vestibuled and which will cairy the
party as far as Vera Cruz. the return
trip to New York will bo made on one
of tlie new Ward Line steamers. Ar
rangements have been made by Mex
ictiu merchants nnd government olli
eiuls to receive their northern brothers
in royal style. Tlie trip will be through
the heart of tlie wealthy old republic.
An Educational Conference.
Chicago, Jan. 14. A conference of
representatives of the woman's alli
ance, the board of education, the state
federation of labor, the trade and labor
assembly, together witli numerous
persons identified with education, is
being held today at the Sherman houee
for the purpose of framing a new com
pulsory education law to be presented
to the present session of the legislature
to tako tiie place of tlie present enact
ment whlrli is known as the Edwards
law. It is ptopoed to frame a measure
that will bo effective nnd can be en
forced. The Idaho Legislature.
ISoihi: City, Idaho., Jan, 14. An
apportionment bill based on the vote
ciiht nt the recent election was in
troduced in tlie senate today. The bill
provides that eacli county shall have at
least one senator and representative.
In the house the election committee re
ported back tlie Story test oatli bill
with recommendation that it pnts. A
memorial to congress for the papsageof a
a free coinage bill was immediately
The Nebraska Deadlock Broken.
Lincoln, Neb., Jan. 14. The dead
lock in tho legislature was broken this
morning and the two houses met in
join session and canvassed the votes.
Gov. Boyd's message will be read this
afternoon and Governor Crounz will be
San FitANCisco. Jan. 14. Senator
Stanford stated to the Evening Post
today that the report that lie was
about to resign from tho senate is un
taue. He says his health is good and
he does not. consider be would be doing
justice to his party or his country by
Champions of the Opens and
Are Belaboratlng the Ears of the
Columbian Commltte with
Petitions and Arguments.
Washington, Jan 14. Associated
Press. Tho world's fair Sunday open
ing hearings went on this morning
before the World's Columbian commit
tee. Rev. Dr. Donley representing tlie
cities of Scranton and Wilkesbarre, Pa.,
presented a petition'65 feet in length
against the Sunday opening. He read
a letter from Governor Pattieon ex
pressing a hearty approval of tho
Thomas Morgan chairman of the
special committee of the Chicago
trade and labor assembly appointed to
aid the cause of the Sunday opening
said that they had only four weeks in
which to work and had received respon
ses from 375 labor organizitions re
presenting almost every city in the
United States all favorablo to Sunday
opening. In addition he repiesented
tho great American Turner Bund, also
the German saloon keepers' association
of Chicago (a statement which Rev.
Joseph Cook and other Sunday clocers
greeted with jubilant cries.) Morgan
denied emphatically that the clergy had
any authority for the statement that
the working men were against the
Sunday opening. Rev. Dr. Thomas of
Chicago argued that tlie matter of go
ing to the world's fair on Sunday should
lie left to each person's conscience. Sun
day opening was not desecration of Sab
hath iiB assumed by the other side. The
fair wn a bj1kk)1 and the elmreh for
the exhibition of man's progress nnd
appealed to intellectual and moral life
of the nation.
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The Duke Receives the Requost.
Washington, Jan. 14. Secretary
Foster, of tho state department, re
ceived a dispatch from Minister Snow
den, of Madrid, conveying the formal
acceptance by the duke ol Alba, ol the
request sent him by the president of
tlie United States under the authority
of congress, to loau for the Chicago ex
position the precious relics of Columbus
in his possession.
A Lost Steamer.
San Francisco, Jan. 14. The steamer
Costa Rica, which arrived here today
from Departure Bay, reports that on
Jan. 13, the schooner Volant, which
sailed in ballast December 18, from San
Pedro to Eureka, was seen floating bot
tom up off Garde Rock. Nothing has
been heard of tho Volant's crew of
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