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m. 01 V FOUKTII YEAR. 9 The trade pendulum out of sight when it points GOLDBERG BROS. That's the center point of following the crowd when vou made, well fittting garments of A JEST OF COMPETITION. HA. BDWAR E. The LONG and n n Granite Garden Hose. Vapor Stoves. Paints. Barb Wire. Building Hardware. Agricultural Implements. BANKING. f mis A. Fleming, President. F. J. Cole. Vice D THE United States II 11 M IN ARIZONA. Paid Up Capital, - - $100,000 TJ. S. Bonds to Secure Deposits, 50,000 Depositary for tha Territorial Funds. The only Steel-Lined Vaults and Steel Safety Deposit Boxes in Arizona. Interest Pail on Time Deposits. " iPhcenix. -92. DON'T prosperity for buyer and seller. go there. Correct attire is the good materials, such as you're Don't Forget Our Always Look for Our Sign at the Door. SHORT of It. That for eeasanable goods 1 Call and examine oar - President. E. J. BENNlTT,Ua8hter ONLY Depositary General Banking Arizona. BYKKM IAD AMR mmm. PHCENIX, ARIZONA. SATURDAY PU 8H to Honest Goods and Low Prices for Clothing at CLOTHING STORE. That's the majority clothing outward sign of good taste and always sure to find at Goldberg Bros., at prices that MAKE Free Labor Office. LOCAL BRIEFS. A notarial commission was issued yesterday to F. K. Miller of Tuceon. Notwithstanding the boy fell fifteen feet he did not get below Racket Store prices. The TJ. F. S., the lately organized young ladies club, met last week and disbanded because they did not baye means to keep the organization going. The ladies of the Christian church will give an ice cream and strawberry festival on next Friday evening, April 27. Further particulars will be given Tuesday morning. There are several things about the Ivy Green restaurant which make it a desirable place to board good food, good cooking, clean linen and last but not least neat, tidy and attractive waiter girls. On Sunday night Elder Bartlett will Breach his farewell sermon at the Seventh Day Adventist hall. His sub ject will be, "The Fall of Babylon the Great, or the Last Message 01 W am ine." The stock and fixtures of the confec tionery store on Washington street lately owned by L,. Kottt woo died nere last week were transferred yesterday by his brother Max Both to B. J. Shedley and C. D. Baker. Notwithstanding this season is eome- what later than nsual haying is already in progress. It was begun at General Clark Churchill's ranch on the 27 of last month where the first alfalfa of this season in the valley was cut. One of the most valuable private mineral cabinets in the west is that of Mr. L. W. Morgan, just received from Denver. It embraces specimens of nearly every known mineral. The speci mens have been carefully catalogued and perfectly arranged. Adjutant General Schwartz yesterday issued commissions to the following officers ot tire national guard : Philip Contzen, captain company D, Tucson; D. L. Hughes, first lieutenant,' and Emanuel Drachman, second lieutenant, same company; P. C. Aune, first lieu tenant, coipany H, Yuma. Notices of location of the following mining claims were filed yesterday: The "Eagle," six miles north of Buck eye, by W.C. Roberts, G. A. Roberts and J. P. Kinkaide; the Golden Eagle, Golden Nugget and Hidden Treasure in the Cave Creek district, by Joseph Azbill and J. JN. Vaughn ; tbe sunbeam in the Prosper district, by A. Graham. Mrs. Sarah Malby died yesterday morning at borne id Montgomery's ad dition. She had been ill several dayB and ber condition became eo serious ihat her husband, Sergeant Walter Malby, of the commissary department at Fort Huachua, was sent for. He reached here the day before her death. rne deceased was 32 years of age Three children are left motherless. Cohn Bros., formerly of Tombstone, and latterly located in the front part of the Central hotel have bought the tobacco and cigar stand of Alex Rhin stein. Adolph Cohn left last night for Tombstone where be will wind up bis business and return with his family in a couple of weeks. Tbe Cohn Brothers an experienced tobaccoists and upright MORNING, APRIL 21, store in Phoenix and you're good taste prescribes well business men and will command a large patronage. Twenty fun-loving couples of young people enjoyed a deligbtlul bay ride on Thursday night. Tbe ride was taken through the streets of Phoenix and then to the Consolidated head. A dance took place there to excellent music by members of the party. After refresh ments, ice cream, cake, etc., and a boat ride in the waters of the canal above the dam the party returned to the city, The following transfers of real estate were yesterday entered for record Simon Novinger and M. E. Collins to J. P. Machle, lots 11 and 12, in block 46, Capital addition; $600. R. W, Westover to John Clarence Ulrich. sw and se,1, sec. 19, tp. 1 n, r. 5 e. $1600. E. J. Bennett and wife to G. C Waddle, nw and nw, sec. 32, tp. 5 n., r. 3 e. ; $6,000. Amanda Rankin to Geo. A. Rankin, lot 5, Bryan place; $3,500. A long procession of freighting teams reached Phoenix from Tombstone yes- terdav on the way to the congress mine There were five teams of twelve mules each. Each team drew from two to three wagons and the rear of the pro cession was brought up by a drove of horses. The wagons are mostly ore wagons intended to haul concentrates from the mine to the nearest railroad point which just now is Kelsey's ranch twentv-three miles from the mine. The' new machinery being put up at the mine will require a great deal of coal which will be brought down to Kelsey's and freighted thence across tbe mount ains. DILATORY CHINESE. They Want an Extended Period for Registration. San Francisco, April 20. The regis' tration of Chinese here under the Mc- Creary act has not been as active as was expected at the time of its passage It is estimated that from 4,000 to 7,000 have as yet filed no application to reg ister. The Chinese claim the time has been insufficient, and the method of registra tion inadequate, and are said to have sent an appeal to Wasningron for more time. The last day is May 3d. ROBBED AND MURDERED. An Old Man Strangled to Death by a Cagr. Los Angeles, Cal., April 20. John Hawkins, aged 75 years, was found dead at his home in Wilmington this fore noon. When found his bands were tied behind his back, his feet bound together and he was also gagged. It is believed he was stranged to death bv the gag. It is not Known who com mitted the outrage, but it is thought it was the work of tramps in search of plunder. All the furniture in the house was turned upside down Threats of lynching are freely made, if tne murderer is caught. Hateful to Worklngmen rHiLADRLPHiArra., April zu. n,ignt hundred workingnien under the leader ship of the Workingmen's' Protective Tariff League left today for Washington to ATltpr nrrtt-oaf offamot tha lafiff hill 1894. A GROWING EVIL. Alarming Increase in Industrial Armies. The Situation at Omaha Becomes Serious. Railroads Reject the Prayers of Citizens for Relief. The Senate Indignantly Considers the Proposition to Receive Coxey's Army. Omaha, April 20. A message signed by prominent officials and citizens was sent to the presidents of the trunk lines requesting them in the interest of hu manity to assume to do what they would not be justified in doing except in this great emergency, and provide the stranded industrial army with transportation. The message stated that the men were exposed to the ele ments, with provisions for two days only, and were suffering terribly, but were patient and united in their de termination to go through to Washing ton. At 3 p. m. replies were received from the railroad presidents denying the re quest and then the conferences between tbe citizens committee and the railroad ended. Information that no train would be furnished was conveved to the waiting thousands who had conere gated about the court house to wait the coming of Chairman Tichener. , When he announced the result of the confer ence it was greeted by roars, howls and hisses. After making a short address he Btated tbat tbe committee had decided to wait until 4 o'clock at which hour if the train was not furnished one would be taken and run out to Kelly's camp when his men would be loaded on it and started on their journey east. He spoke in strong terms against violence and,, cautioned the men against any destruction- of property, As soon as the meeting at the court house square adjourned led by the band- and with thousands of nags fluttering on the cold April wind tbe men formed in line and marched to Bayliss park. Didn't Take Kindly to It. Washington, April 20. In the senate todav the renter resolution for the ap pointment of a reception committee for Coxey'y army to be known in senate parlance as "The Committee on Com munications," came up and it received some very rough handling. The resolu tion went over witbout action and tbe tariff bill being laid before tbe senate Mr. Gailinger of New Hampshire, SDoke Hmusi. nie mil. Attempt to Seize an N. P. Train. Helena, Mont., April 20. Coxey's array under command of Hogan started for Butte 500 strong. They will march to Washington. Two miles out they attempted to capture a Northern Pacific freight train. The officers of the com pany wired Gov. Rickards demanding protection. The governor wired back that the Northern Pacific is under the protection of the United States courts and must look first to local officers for protection. Weary of Their Guests. Colton, Cal., April 20. The citizens are tired ol entertaining tne unem ployed army. A mass meeting will be held tomorrow asking Gov. Markham to issue a proclamation to boards of su pervisori of tbe various counties of the state requesting them to make appro priation for the establisnment of public works to give means of subsistence to the unemployed. Cincinnati Avoided. Cincinnati, April 20. The Colvin wing of Gen. Fry's industrial army left Cochran, Indiana, this morning, and in less than three hours it dropped at the danger line, four miles from the city limits. Tne police there saw no move ment attempted toward Cincinnati. No provisions were had for breakfast and the men were hungry. Won't Receive the Stolen Train, Omaha, April 20. General Kellv has juit telephoned to the Bee that no man has died in bis camp, lie bas retused to take the train stolen at Omaha. Captured a Train. Omaha April '20. Kelly's sympa' Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant DR; If ' 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. ' VOL. IV. NO. 283. Insurance. The New M Life Insurance Company. BOONE LEWIS, General Managers For Arizona. Rooms 5 and 6 Fleming Block. Money Loaned on Policies at 5 per cent per annum. Call and see us if you want . To Place a Gilt-Edged Loan thizers captured Union Pacific engine in the Omaha yards at 5:50 p.m., and are preparing to make up a train of empty cars, nam it to Weston and load up Kelly's army and proceed east over tha Rock Island. Going In Style. San Jobb. Anril 20. This citv is to have an industrial army. There are already enlisted over 200 men, and they win petition tne citv council for an ap propriation of 42,000 to pay jaiload fares to Washington. Judge Hubbard Ordered to Leave. DM1H1. Anril 20 Tha nt Council Bluffs held ft mnptinT tnriav mil adopted resolutions demanding that J udge Hubbard of the Northwestern leave tne city at once because of his in temperate talk about ditching trains. ' STRIKING COAL MINERS. Three Thousand so out In a Body Today. Chablibton, W. Va.. April 20. Thres thousand members of the United Mine Workers association strike to morrow. Trouble is feared. Strike Deferred. Brazil. Ind.. Anril 2(V T delegates representing over 3,000 miners met here today to determine the ques tion of continuing work till Mnv 1 or going on a strike tomorrow. It was de cided to continue work until May 1. Fredericks Found Guilty. San Fbancisco. ADril 20. William Fredericks the slayer of Cashier Her rick was this afternoon found guilty of murder in tbe first degree. The ver dict was reached by the jury after five minutes deliberation. Beal Ji.8ta.te. Caplip & Woods, REAL ESTATE Fire and Life INSURANCE and LOANS Special Agents of the Equitable Life Insur ance Co., of New York for Arizona and New Mexico. We are prepared to do a general real estate business. We have a list of properties which will, upon investigation, com mend themselves to all shrewd investors; also money to loan in sums to suit the borrower, upon proper security. OFFICE, ROOM i FLEMING BLOCK.