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i tttOttti FOUKTII YEAR. PHCENIX, ARIZONA. THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 25, 1894. VOL. IV. NO. 2r. That we LATEST Best Silk Undershirts and ...... . Always Look for Our Sign at the Door ...... . Don't Forget Our Free Employment Office . V . ... GOLDBERG BROS. CLOTHING STORE. '8i HAKDWAKE. The LONO and n n , y y That for eeaeanable goods j JfO HEADQUARTERS! 1 7p J Call and examine our 4M- REFRIGERATORS! Granite Garden Hose. Vapor Stoves. Paints. Barb Wire. Building Hardware. Agricultural Implements. BANKING. . f ames A. Fleming, President. P. J. Colk, Vice THE rnlDLilA M ONLY United St ates IN ARIZONA. Paid Up Capital. . - - $100,000 ' U. S. Bonds to Secure Deposits, 50,000 Depositary for h Territorial Funds. The only Steel-Lined Vaults and Steel Safety Deposit Boxes in Arizona. Interest Fail on Time Deposits. IPhcenix. DON'T Vol KNOW Keep the Finest Shirts STYLES-NEAT And we can Save you Money on Them. SHORT of It. - President. E. J. BENNiTT.Cashler Depositary ; General Banking Busi Arizona. mi PATTERNS Drawers only LOCAL BRIEFS. Watch for our glorious May opening. Prices are tottering. Diego Yanspeveal and Antonio Val enzuela were married last night by Jus tice Johnstone. Young ladies, old ladies and school girls fall regularly into ecstatic spells oyer our line of wash dress goods. All kinds. Notice of location of the "94" mining claim in the Brown district was filed yesterday by A. P. Abbott, N. B. C. Chilson and C. Beardsley. The new brick block of George Hoad- ly near the depot is now completed. It contains twenty-one suites of two and four rooms each, which will be let very reasonably. Sweet girl graduates : Alkire's is the place to secure pongee and India silks and albatross cloth for graduation cos tumes. A special ducount will be given to graduates. A horse hitched to one of the supports of the awning in front of Escbniah's drug Btore yesterday afternoon became frightened, jerked the post loose and dragged it into the middle of the street. The ladies of the Christian church will give an ice cream, cake and straw berry festival in the Monibon block in the store formerly occupied by Greene, the hatter, tomorrow evening. Good music. Admission free ; all invited. Miss May McElwaine yesterday sub mitted to a surgical operation at the hands of Dr. Helm in which a tumor was removed from her right shoulder. She refused to take an anesthetic but heroically bore the pain of the operation without flinching or murmuring. The following transfers of real estate were entered for record yesterday: Cypranus Santa Cruz to Thomus H. Brower, e4 d ne4 sec 24 twp 1 n r 4 e, $1,000; M. J. Forster and wife to uoldman & Co. tract in Mesa; $350. Two suits were filed in the district couit yesterday. One was by K. C. Dunn of ireano. Cal.. aeamst H. A. Tweed to recover on a note for $176 50. The other was by E. J . Kellner against the Phoenix Consolidated Gold Mining company to recover money advanced on time cnecks. The Palace is decorated with a new Dicture bv a talented local artist. It is a rural scene in which the principle figure is an old fashioned wind mill. The per spective is real, this portion of the pic ture consisting of raised work. An- in candescent light whose ravs shine through the mill windows greatly heightens the ettect. Yesterday afternoon a Maricopa In dian, bare-footed, bare-headed, long' Haired and scant-clad was hurrying along the street laden with refuse mat ter from butcher shops, grocery and dry goods stores. Suddenly he stopped with a grunt of alarm and disgust, and re tracing bis course ran into a store, from which he soon emerged with a plug hat of ancient date and service. Thos. J. Newcomb is an independent candidate for city marshal. . .:... S. J. Tribolet succeeds to the busi ness of Saunders & Tribolet and will conduct it at the old stand where the only genuine cold air storage in Phoe nix is located and where all his old cus tomers may find him. in Town? $10 per Suit RAILROAD MATTERS. The Southern Pacific After San Diego. The Nevada Southern Will Contluue In Operation No Northern Pa clfflc Strike Imminent. By the Associatad Press. San Francisco, April 25. A story has reached here to the effect that the Southern Pacific intends to make a de scent upon .San Diego in the shape of a branch line. The news is not new and only confirmation is lacking. IDe Monterey tug Fearless and the wrecker San Pedro will leave tomorrow morning for the steamer Los Angeles and prosecute the work of wreckage vigorously. The work will be first di rected to saving the cargo. The Nevada Southern. San Bbbnakdino, Cal.. April 25. Sheriff Booth, who has been managing the affairs of the Nevada Southern rail road, by virtue of attachments brought by the receivers of the Atlantic & Pacific,- had about decided to close down the road because it did not pay running expenses but the people of Manvel and Vandabilt have come forward and agreed to make up any deficiencies and in conseqnence the road will be kept open. The Northern Pacific Strike. St. Paul, April 25. Northern Pacific officers place little reliability in the Helena report that tneir men will strike if the Great Northern does hot grant the demands of its employes. So far as is known here the Northern Pacific men are satisfied with the present arrange ments and have no intention of striking. A TOWN BURNED UP. Floriston, Cal.. Nearly Wiped Off . the Map Trdckee, Cal., April 25. Floriston, a railroad town east of Trcckee, was laid in ashes earry this morning. The fire started from a defective flue in Simond's bfiarding honse at 4:33. The wind was high and the flames spread rapidly sweeping everything before them the entire length of the town. The following property was burned : Simond's boarding house, saloon and store, the National Ice company's big ice house, O'Larkey's lumber yard, the Western Union telegraph office, five Southern Pacific freight cars, two of which contained freight. The . only buildings not burned were three houses on the river, the National Ice com pany's ice house near the tunnel, the rail road company's section house and turn table. The fire train from Trnckee was sent to Floriston soon but it arrived there too late to be of much service. The loss in insurance is not known but will ; reach into the thousands. The estimated loss is $25,000. : Wall Street Sample Room. The most quiet retfeat'fn Phoenix. Handles nothing but the best liquors and cigars. No loud talk about my place. Drop in and see me. No. 12 Wall St., James Rennie, proprietor FIRST BLOOD. Montana Industrials Get Into Trouble. A Clash with U. S. Au thorities. Seventy-Five Deputy Marshals Captured. "General" Kelly Hears of the FIsrht and Says the Commonweal - Cause Is Ruined. By the Associated Press. St. Paul, Minn., April 25. A dis patch from Miles City1, Mont., says a conflict occurred, at Billings between the Montana contingent and seventy five deputy marshals who have followed them from Butte. There were several killed and wounded on each side and the fight resulted in the capture of the deputy marshals by the industrials who are holding them prisoners. The army will not be permitted go beyond Fort Krogh, as orders to that effect have been issued to the military at ine lo.t. superintendent Finn of the Montana division will attend to the stopping of the train at Kogh. Hogan is in command of the Coxey ites. He has wired Finn that he wouid want his private car to go east from Miles City and Finn will be on hand to explain the interruption in the program. The garrison consists of 500 men with a Gatling battery, and Col. Page will exe cute the orders. The probability is that the army will be returned to Butte under military escort. Colorado Organizers.' Denver, April 25. Coxey's home re serve held another meeting this after noon. There was a much larger crowd in attendance than at yesterday's meet ing and many women were present. After several speeches the following proclamation was issued : To all honest, patriotic and law abiding citi zens, United States of America Or ganize at once in every city, town and hamlet throughout the land home re serves of Coxey's army whose aim and object should be to see that this con stitutional right is not abridged or in any manner interfered with. Let your armies be composed of none but' pa triots and conservative men. Properly officer all companies and regiments and drill for the work." Kelly's Lament. Atlantic, la., April 25. Kelly, when shown an Associated Press dispatch telling of the fight at Billings, was deeply affected. "This is awful," he said. I fear our cause is ruined. Bloodshed is wrong; resistance to the authorities is wrong. It is all wrong, and we are now reduced to the level of a mob. The militia may be called out any moment to stop our progress. This gives them an excuse to regard us as lawless. I would giye my life to have this day's work undone. There is no excuse for the action of those Montana men. I don't know them and have not been in communication with them, but I did not believe they would resort to bloodshed." No One Killed. Helena, Mont., April 25. A later re port says that no one was killed at Billings but one on each side was badly wounded. The fight took place within the city limits of Billings. New Grocery. A new grocery store has been opened at the Five Points in the McCarty block by R. M. Darderon. A large and well selected stock of fresh groceries will be kept constantly on band. Goods deliv ered free to all parts of the city after April 16. The Coal Strike Spreading. Connellsville, Pa., April 25. The strike is spreading. Almost every plant has closed and mobs are marching through this region to intimidate work men, but no violence has been commit ted. Many men were prevented from going to work today by their wives, who feared the vengeance of the strikers. Serious trouble is expected. Parties desiring lots in the beautiful Simms addition should apply to J.T. Simms, Room 30, Lemon Hotel. , Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. OR- MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Creanvof Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Insurance. IT IT 1 T fl ' m ioruiie Insurance ' Company. & General Managers For Arizona. Rooms 5 and 6 Fleming Block. Money Loaned on Policies at 5 per cent per annum.- Can and see us if you want To Place a Gilt-Edged Loan PERSONAL. Frank Peck returned vnston? a two week's stay at the Hot Springs. Frank RaxtAr nf the, davatta atnnl " - .-v WHiiviltv, yesterday morning from Agua Caliente. Hoot. Liowry, agent of the Southern Pacific at Maricona. dav. " XT T . . . IlOIl. J am PR A. V 'lamina Tat.nrnari waa- terday morning from a business trip to Los Angeles. There were retrfatAmr ttt Ths Tomnn hotel vesterdav W. TT ShiaM H.nn, Ills., and Luke Turnbull, Denver. Commercial hotel guests yesterday . were Chas. Legge, Pasadena, Cal. ; T. a. jreene, can francisco; w. A. Kim ball. Mesa: H. D. Steele. Tlenver- O A Abbott and wife, Cave Creek, E. J. .Bon sale. Phoenix Mine. : ,-. . Mr., A. B. Eilet, who has spent the winter in Phroni-r loft Inct ,;ht fA. - I .wv mmaaw Ulguv lUi Goffs, Kans. His wife, who has been with him, returned to Goffs several weeks aero and was latelv taten rlanr. ously ill. Mr. Ellet will return in Sep- bciii utrr. Electric Fans. The East End EWtrin wnrto 1,1 nnn. prepared to make contracts for fan ser vice for the coming season commencing Mavl. 1894. on the nnlv reliahlo u. and satisfactory system 110 volt direct. All other systems are unreliable, un satisfactory and dangerous. Applica tions should be made at once to the company's office, corner Second and 1 .1 . iiuauiH atreeits. Call at the RED CORNET? KTnpu and examine the novelties queens- wre, glassware ana silverware given away with each dollar purchase and up wards, ii. Ashek & Co. Real instate. inger I foods; 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. 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