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v & V f 1 I' FOURTH YEAR. PHOENIX, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 12, 1894. VOL. IV. NO. 301. P A m p A NTS PANTS For Everybody. 50 Cents and Upwards SEASONABLE GOODS. GOLDBERG BROS. CLOTHING STOEE. Don't Forget Our Free Labor Bureau. Always Look for Our Sign. PANTS P A N T s A N T S HAKDWARE. The L0I1 and SHORT of It. n n ' That for seasanable goods 1-1 HENRYE.KEMP(6Co JJ HEADQUARTERS! 51 jjV T Call and examine our 4Wr REFRIGERATORS! Granite Garden Hose. Vapor Stoves. 1 Paints. Barb Wire. Hardware. ui mg Agricultural. Implements. BANKINti. AT IT AGAIN. Coxeyites and Officers Have Another Fjght today from the .eaet. The secretary will probably visit Mare Island tomor row. He expects to start for Seattle nest Wednesday. CARNEGIE ARMOR. In Which two Industrials i Are Wounded. Grand Master Sovereign Sym pathizing and Enthusiastic. Aimless and Criminal Movements of the Commonwealers In the Northwest. By the Associated Press. North Yakima, Wash., May H.t Another coliiaion occurred between the deputy marshals and the common wealers this morning and two more of the latter are now confined to the hos pital suffering from gun shot wounds. Word was receive during the night that twenty-five men had captured two freight cars at EUensburg and were coming down to liberate the Coxeyites imprisoned in the county jail. The marshals refused to meet the indus trials and Btopped their cars by means of throwing rails across the track at a point two miles from the city. The in dustrials scrambled off the cars and started to run but were brought to a halt by bullets from the rifles of tbe marshals. Two of the men were wounded but not seriously, Others to the numer of 120 were marched to jail and locked up. The marshals claim that the first shot came from the com monwealers. Fifty Coxeyites and. a number of Yakima citizens accused of inciting the army to resistance, were started on an early train this morning under a heavy guard for Seattle. Additional arrests are being made to night of those charged with inciting the industrials to resistance. Among those arrested are E. H. Libby, editor of the Yakima Republic; Wm. Mayer, a carpenter ; Chas. Little, policeman ; Wm. Steigler and a farmer named Parker. They will be taken to Seattle tonight for trial along with the 120 Coxevites who were arreBted this morn ing. Troop C of the Washington state cavalry has had orders from Governor McGraw to hold themselves under marching orders ready to move at any hour. It is suDposed their destination is some point on the Great Northern. Reported Investigation of the Mon- , terey's Plates. San Fbamcisco, Mav 11. An evening paper publishes a sensational story to the effect that representatives of Sec tary Herbert have begun an investiga tion of the plates of the monitor Mon terey, at Mare Island, and have dis covered serious defects in their construction. One of the officials making the in vestigation is quoted as saying that places have been found where the sheet would have crumbled if struck bv a .round shot and that from present ap pearances tbe vessel wonld not stand an ordinary fire. Final tests are to be made after the informers have indi cated what elates are bad. It is claimed that Secretary Herbert's pres ent trip to the coast is partly in con nection with the Monterey investigation. RAIN AT TUCSON. The Stock Raisine Outlook In South ern Arizona. Tucson, Ariz., May 11. A heavy wind storm of several hours duration prevailed here this morning followed by a precipitation. The rait fall was general throughout this section of the territory and means much to the cattle interests. The ranges had begun to need water to keep the new grass in good condition. , The outlook for tbe stock raising business in southern Ari zona is bright. Released on Habeas Corpus. Spokane, Mav 11. Col. Phillips i rived in Spokane this morning with train load of sixty-five commonwealers whom ne .had arreBted at Yakima, a part of them for engaging in riot and others for interfering with trains. They were brought heie in order to escape Irom trouble that might occur at la kima and for better protection. E. J. Jeffries commander of the Seat tle Coxeyites now in Spokane secured a writ ot habeas corpus from Judge Buck of the superior court of Spokane county to compel the marshal to return the prisoners. Jeffries wired the Coxey- ites at Tacoma and Seattle to meet the train on the road and it is feared an effort will be made to stop it before it reaches the sound. Sympathetic Sovereign. Denver, May 11. Grand Master Workman Sovereign of the Knights of Labor arrived in Denver this morning from Des Moines to fill an appointment to address the local assemblies tomor row night. Mr. Sovereign is quite en tbusiastie over the Coxey movement and announces that he is in full sym- pathv with the cause so long as it ib conducted in an orderly manner. Drowned Industrials. Ellensburg, Wash., May 11. Word has been received that four common wealers who started down the Yakima river this morning in a boat were drowned by the upsetting of the boat The boat contained twentv-five indu9- trials in all. The accident occurred about two miles below town. There is no hope of recovering the bodies of the drowned. SOMEBODY STANDS IN. St I amks A. Fleming, President. P. J. Cols, Vice-President. K. J. BBNNiTT,Casiiier ML Ml THB ONLY Un ted S tates Depositary IN ARIZONA. Paid Up Capital, - - $100,000 U. S. Bonds to Secure Deposits, 50,000 Depositary for tte Territorial Funds. . Tbe only Steel-Lined Vaults and Steel Safety Deposit Boxes in Arizona. latest Paid on Time Deposits. General. Banking Business. Arizona. Louis Grain Men Find Fault with the Government Report. St. Louis, May 11. The grain traders of the St. Louis Merchants' exchange are preparing to take action against what they charge is a leak of monthly government report on crop conditions The trouble comes from tbe fact that the government's wheat per centage has been absolutely "tipped" twenty four hours in advance in March, April and May. - Another Iowa Lynching on the Tapl Des Moines, May 11. A tramp todav entered the house of a widow named Grubb living two miles east of Max well and assaulted her daughter Stella aged 13. Over 100 men with dogs are searching for tbe villain and if caught they will lynch him. AH EXPLANATORY TELEGRAM Eph Donnelly Supposed to Be Insane. , His Absence ForTwo Days Arouses the Gravest hears of His Rel atives ana Friends. Insurance. The New York Life LOCAL BRIEFS. Refrigerators, cots and a stock of sum mer furniture at Hambrook & Schorr's. Found A school order on the county treasurer for $68.40. Owner can have by applying at this office. Notarial commissions were issued yesterdav to A. W. Kdwards of Pres- cott, and Edwin J. White o Dos Ca- bazos. Notices of location of th9 following mining claims were tiled yesterday The Aueelos, bv Eugene Campbell, and the Palo Verde by Frank liergu son. The commission of Chas. E. Minier, lately a notary public at Phoenix, Yav apai county, was revoked yesterday The reason assigned was his haying left the territory. Dr. E. C. Hyde of Tempe, and Dr. F. A. Odermatt of Tucson, whose terms as members of the territorial dental regis tration board have expired, were re appointed yesterday by Governor Hughes. -j A large djlejation of Knights of ; Pythias will leave Prescott this morn ing for Phoenix to attend the grand lodge of the order which will convene here next Monday. They will come overland in a an ambulance and will arrive about noon on Sunday. : The following transfers of real estate were yesterday entered lor record : James T. Gibson, administrator of the estate of James M. Gibson, to George F. Kemper, Hudson spring ranch and stocE, $500; C. H. Gray and wife, quit claim to Mrs. E. M. Schultz, se1, ne, sec 14, tp 1 s, r 4 e, $800; Ellen M. Schultz to M. J. Rich, above described property, $1,200; H. C. Mann and wife to Richard A. Tucker, e. nw, sec 35, tp 3 n, r 1 e, $3,000. The new city officers have gotten tbe hang of the thing. Assessor and Col lector Wood is busily engaged in send ing out notihcation to the merchants that there is a little amount due the license account which was temporarily forgotten in the hurry and excitement of election. The merchant will please call, etc. Marshall Molloy and his as sistants have got onto dark and suspi cious corners and equally dark and sus picious characters. The Prescott Courier Bays : "A broad- shouldered, red-mustached and blue eyed hobo invaded a eouth Prescott kitchen yesterday while the ladies were in the front end of the bouse, took an iron pot of chicken stew from the gas oline stove where it was cooking, and had about devoured the stew when the matron sf the house appeared. The in vader simply remarked as he backed out smilingly, that be had come in to look after the cooking of the chicken. When the man of the house arrived for dinner a half hour later, there was a reasonable amount of kicking." The Republican has already alluded to the impatient and resentful disposition of the people of Prescott. This settles it. Any man that would kick about the evidently good natured act of a blue- eyed hobo will kick about anything. A sorrow which for week3 has been carefully concealed within the circle of an estimable family, yesterday burst its bounds and invited the sympathy of scores of friends who had never sus pected its existence. The following brief telegram is partially explanatory: Henry M. Donu elly, New London, Mo. : Eph is crazy; come at once. Eph Donnelly, though a resident of the city since the beginning of last winter, resides with his mother and Bister on Madison street near Fourth avenue. He is a man of perhaps thirty five, and is a familiar figure on the street. He has many friends among the best people in the valley. He is a man of some education and is regarded as a whole-souled, companionable man and lavishly generous to bis acquaint ances. Within the past three , weeks there have been rumors of questionable tranactions in paper but the money ac quired from such transactions was spent without stint for the benefit or pleasure of his friends. His credit was good and recently has been exercised almost beyond its limit in purchases which attracted suspicion as to hie mental condition. Last Saturday his more intimate friends realized that he was insane and determined to cause his arrest on Monday. The step was de layed and two days ago he disappeared since when he has not been seen and tbe gravest fears of his mother and sister have been aroused; hence the telegram. For some time the unfortunate man has been suffering from a tumor on the back of the head near the base of the skull. It was examined by a San Francisco physician who detected its effect upon his mind and who predicted that within two months it would produce marked if not incurable insanity. The accuracy of the predictions is shown in the fact that the two months have now almost expired. Insurance Company. BOONE i 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 fore he was discovered in convulsions bo that it is likely the poison waa ad ministered to. him there. "Boz" ia a thoroughbred St. Bernard, weighs nearly 200 pounds and is valued at $500. He is a general favorite throughout the town. The fact that he ia entirely in offensive leads to the suspicion that the attempted poisoning ia a revengeful movement against his master. FACT AND FUN IN JAPAN. Another Large Audience Enter- tained bv EH Perkins. Eli Perkins in "Fact and Fun in Chinese and Japan" was 'greeted last night by an audience nearly aa large and if possible more enthusiastic than that which heard him the night before in "Philosophy of Wit and Humor." The lecture waa largely descriptive of the" life,- customs language and re cent history of the Japanese. It was enlivened by an efferypscent humor which not oniy amused but served to more clearly illustrate -.- facts which otherwise might have been somewhat cold and dry though never uninterest ing. In this lecture he makes a Gtrong argument in favor of American protec tion. The subject is divested ot all sophistry and is so clearly presented as to admit of no dispute. He shows for instance that the labor in Japan of taking the silk from cocoons, making it into skeins, is performed bv girls at 7 cents a day. In this form it is "raw material" and un- dutiable under the McKinlev law. "Why don't you give it another twist?,' asked the lecturer of one of the op eratives. "Oh, then we'd have to pay thirty percent duty on it," was. the re ply. This extra twist" is given by Ameri can girls at Lowell and elsewhere at 75 cents a day. The Wilson bill contem plates a reduction of ten per cent, or one-third of the McKinley tariff, one- third of the advantage to American factory girls, one-third of their wages The lecture was two hours in length and the latter- end was fully as enter taining as the beginning. Future visits by Eli Perkins to Phoe nix will be welcomed with delight. CONSCRIPTED MUSIC. HIS BLOODY PURPOSE. Murdered by His Cell Mate. Chicago, May 11. James Maher,' a prisoner in the Bridewell, waB mur dered last night bv his cell mate, Geo. Dunlap. Maher's head was beaten to a pulp on the Btone floor. A terrific struggle took place between the guards and the madman. The Secretary In Person. San Francisco, May 11. Secretary of the Navy Herbert and party arrived Pedro Martinez Threatens to Open an Anatomical Business. Pedro Martinez, desperate foul mouthed and bloody minded was lodged in jail yesterday morning by Constable Garfias on a warrant, issued by Justice Johnstone. Pedro had his war paint on the day before and bad threatened to carve Mr. N. Crouch into little and unrecognizable pieces. He waB also going to perform a like anatomical feat upon his countryman Juan Ortiz. He had not been wrought up to this murderous purpose by any provocation on the part of his intended victims. He had just Bingled them out as the light ning bolt does the prominent tree. He is regarded in his alcoholic etate as a dangerous man. His hearing was set for yesterday afternoon but he was unable to obtain the witnesses by whom his lamblike disposition waa to be sustained. The case is set for this morning. Fifteen Boys Join in the High School . Rhetorical Exercises. The rhetorical exercises at the high 6chool yesterday afternoon were en livened by an improvised song by fif teen boys who had regularly and suc cessfully evaded rhetorical perform ances but were at last conscripted by Prof. Wollam and forcul into the ranks. Then the Bong became u. piece de resist ance, a dernier resort and all that sort of thing. It was more remarkable for it b inharmony than for the sentiment it contained. The alleged tune was "After the Ball ia Over." Professor Wollam to the deadheads sptme. You've got to speak, boys, lor your record's Drone. We have no pieces, so the poor boys said, We'll sing a song of oar troubles instead. When we were young, boys many years ago, We hai no pieces, that's what we know. Now we are old, boys, and cannot fool, v e must speak pieces wnne we go to school. the school is over. After we speak no more. Then we will leave the floor, boys. For our song is o'er. Many a heart is happy When we leave the floor, This is to be our last song, boys, We will speak no more. A Disastrous Quietude. Rich Hill, Mo., May 11. Miners are all out and everything is quiet to day. - - -, PERSONAL. Gns Hirschfield started to San Fran cisco on Thursday night. Judge Campbell left on Thursday night for Globe on legal business. Fred Cocker, the well known nur seryman, is seriously ill of 8 fever. Sie Simon, the oldest commercial traveler on the coaBt, reached town yesterday. . - Deputy Frank Piothero returned from a trip to the south Bide yesterday. He was accompanied by Sheriff Drais of Pinal county. Commercial hotel gueBts yesterday were, B. A. Packard, Tombstone: Jake Conn and Isidore Cohn, San Francisco; , Robert Buehler, can Francisco. Mrs. H. C. Boone left last night on a summer's visit with relatives at Jeffer son City, Mo. She will be accompa nied as far aa Kansas City by Mr. Boone. Mr. B. Hattisch one of the iolidest residents of Tombstone from the earlieat times is in Phoenix after an extensive journey throughout California which only convinced him that there ia no place like Arizona. Mr. Hattisch may be induced to settle permanently in Phoenix in which event he will be warmly welcomed in business circles. THE COAL STIKE. Kansas and Missouri Mines Closing; Down. Scottdale, Pa., May H. 8,000 coke workers held a meeting at Ellsworth park today and resolved to stand firm. After adjournment tbe strikers started for Moyer to take possession of the ground they claim to have leased. About 100 deputies are on guard and serious trouble ia feared. Closing Permanently. Cherokee, Kan., May 11. No. 3 mine at Fleming will be closed perma nently and nailed up as soon as the entry men get their work measured up. Unless the men go back aoon No. 2 will also be closed. A Temporary Shut Down. Pittsbuhg. Kae., May 11. Superin tendent Kirkwood of the Weir Coal company received instructions this morning to shut down No. 2 shaft at Kirkwood until I all as a result of the strike. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. 'DEI; Boz" Was Poisoned. An unknown miscreant poisoned "Boz" Dr. Helm's magnificent St. Bernard dog yesterday morning. The animal was discovered" in violent con vulsions by Mrs. Helm who called the doctor. He recognized symptoms of strychnine poisoning and administered the usual antidotes with the result of stopping the convulsions. The dog waa seized last night again and there seemed little likelihood that he would survive the poisoning. He had not been out of the yard for three hours be- SB CREAM mm MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD.