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FIFTH YEAR. PHCENIX, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY 30, i894. VOL. V. NO. y. - m.4 m M ii Hia Mil- 1,1 t.? t COPYRIGHT 9 ALL THE LADIES Pass Fair Opinions About Our LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES Don't forget we Carry a full line of shoes for every one. This week we offer you a complete line of LADIES' OXFORDS ALL SIZES 75c OUR PRICE I v Patronize Our Free Employment Offic. ' UK BEOS. CLOTHING Silt riA.illiW.A.IlE. The LONG and S n r Granite Garden Hose. Vapor Stoves. Paints. Barb Wire. Building Hardware. AgricuIturaJ Implements. i i a iv J 4MBS A. Flemish, President. P. J. Cole. THE mm it United St IN ARIZONA. Paid Up Capital, - - $100,000 U. S. Bonds to Secure Deposits, 50,000 Depositary for the Territorial Funds. The only Steel-Lined Vaults and Steel Safety Deposit Boxes in. Ariiona. Interest Paid on Time'Deposits. General Banking Business. "Phcenix. Arizona. tJ R III - V PER PAIR Always Look for Our Sign. HORT of It. That for seasanable goods Call and examine our i rvt;. Vice - President. E. J. Bbnnitt, Cashier ONLY HEADQUARTERS REFRIGERATORS Ml ates Depositary WHO TOLD YOU? Newspaper Secrecy Rights in the Senate Come Up in the Bribery Investigation. A Bill for the Shutting Out of Obscene Literature. A Measure Proposed for Forcing Russlato an Equal Exchange of Traveling Facilities. By the Associated Press. Washington, D. C , May 29. The Question of the right of newspaper cor respondents to refuse to give Senator Gray's bribery and sugar investigating committee sources of their information was brought before the senate today in the report from the committee concern ing the refusal of Correspondents Ed wards and Shriver to answer questions, and the matter went over. The tariff bill was then taken up. Senator Proctor addressed the senate in opposition to the bill. He said he bad a feeling of contempt for eastern senators who were trying to deceive the people now by professing friendship for silver. In his opinion western senators who adyocate the free coinage of silver. and protection were right. The senate then adjourned until Thursday. - Shutting Out Obscene Literature, Washington, Mav 29. Senator Vilas today introduced a bill, making it un lawful for any person to Bend obscene literature or any other matter of an in decent character r any article intended for an immoral use by express. The House. Washington, May 29. In the house today it was voted to hold no session tomorrow. A senate bill was passed granting Tight of way to the Albany .& Astoria railroad through the Grande Ronde Indian reservation of Oregon. The bill to repeal the state bank law' was taken up but went oyer without action. --. I Reciprocity of Courtesies. Washington, May 29. Representa tive Rayner today presented a resolu tion calling on tne president to make a demand on the Russian government that American citizens shall have the same right of entry, travel and sojourn in the territory of Russia that citizens of Russia have in the United States ac cording to treaty stipulations. The resolution grew out of the refusal of Russia to admit Rabbi Kranskopf. RAILWAY TELEGRAPHERS. Chief Ramsay Endorsed but De feated. Denvee, May 28. The railway tele graphers held their election today which resulted in defeat for Grand Chief Telegrapher Ramsay, his successor be ing Walker V. Powell, of Wichita, Kas. The vote was 59 to 56. The convention endorsed the action of Grand Chief Ramsay suspending the Omaha charter. He expressed his wil lingness to restore the charter if the Omaha division would obey his former orders. It was decided to hold a bi ennial convention. St. Louis was se lected as the permanent headquarters. The next convention will be held in that city. Grand Editor Thurston was exonerated from all charges. The of fices of assistant grand chief and senior telegrapher were created. It was de cided to organize a ladies' auxiliary. Chief Ramsay's recommendation that a federation of all railway organizations be formed was adopted. GRATEFUL BRAZILIANS. Honor to the United States and the Author of the Monroe Doctrine. Rio De Janeiko, May 29. Active preparations are being made for the oc caBion of the Fourth of July. The great national fete of the United States will be celebrated here in a manner fitted to demonstrate to the United States the gratitude of the people of Brazil lor tbe support ot tne American republic during the recent war. The public demonstration will con sist in a military and naval-review and tbe laying of the corner stone of a monument which will be surmounted by a statue of President James Monroe, the author of the Monroe doctrine. Dowdle, the Arizonan, Captured San Andreas, Cal., Mav 29. Local officers today brought from Copper- opohs, Dowdle, tne robber who was a companion oi Keener, killed by Mes senger Hendricks while trying to bold up the stage between Angels Camp and Milton. He was found in a chicken bouse fully armed, but he made no re sistance. He has been fully identified. RICH DIGGINGS. Fabulous Placer Mines Discovered In Southern Idaho. Salt Lake, May 29. A special from Boise, Idaho, to the Tribune says: There is great excitement in the city today over the discovery of wonderfully ricn placer diggings in the south Idaho country. Prospector Williams, an old Californian, arrived here from the dig gings yesterday and to a few confiden tial friends he told the story, of his valuable find. Williams says he took out $100 a day with a rocker and that there is plenty of rich ground there. A party of six at the head of which was Frank W. Merritt, who with other Duluth parties, have made large invest ments in mines near here, was organized and fitted out, leaving here with pack horses and mining tools for Loon creek this morning. The matter was kept as quiet as possible. MILITARY MOVEMENTS. How Companies B and C Will Spend Today. The town will be under military rule today. Company C of Tempe will ar rive' earlv this morning and will parti cipate in a competitive shoot and later in the memorial services. The shoot will take place at 9:45 ander the direc tion of Maj. H. F. Robinson, inspector 'of small arms practice in the territory. Company C's team will be com posed of Capt. Mullen, Sergeant Bor dale. Corporal Hart and Privates Me Grew, Dickenson and Sigala. Compa ny B'a team will consist of Lieut. Heflin, Sergwiiits Cougins and Kirk land, Corporals Hill and Saunders and Private Elwell. Shooting will be at 200 yards and 530 yards. The first distance will be shot in an off hand position and the latter in a prone position. A 2 o'clock the formal inspection of Co. B by Inspector General Lewis will take nlace. At four both companies1 will take part in the Memorial Day par ade. The military events of the day will be concluded by a banquet given by Sur geon General Helm at hi3 residence to the officers and members of both com panies, LOCAL BRIEFS. Two 'Frisco tickets cheap at Palace Cigar store. The only place to buv a chamber set is Hambrook & Schorr's. The Capitol last night was swept by a pleasant breez3 generated by a new sys tem of fans put in yesterday. The single police court incident yes terday was the sending up of a drunken and-dieorderly Mexican for fifteen days. An entertainment will be given by the pupils of the Indian school on the night of June 7. All are invited to at tend. Constable GarfiaB yesterday arrested Jose Sanchez for uBing vulgar and ob scene language within the hearing of women and children. Marshall Molloy moved upon the Sal vation Army lastnight. The new tent recently erected on Adams street will have to be moved outside the city limits. D, W. Sparks is the owner of a free trade hen 'who has been setting on China eggs for four weeks waiting .for the Wilson bill to pass belore hatching. D. James, convicted last Saturday in district court of horse stealing, was sen tenced yesterday by Judge Baker to three years and seven months in the penitentiary. A warranty deed from Arthur P. Hopkins to the Highland Canal com pany conveying lots 1 and 2 sec 6, twp 2 s, r 6 e, was filed yesterday. The price was $1,600. Ladies underwaists, ladies over- waists, ladies innerwaists, ladies outer- waists, for coolness and comfort, looks encirclement or what you will. Al kire's is the place. From 10 cents up ward is the price. Gentlemen now or never is the time to invest in light underwear. It is cer tainly growing warmer these "days. Don't hesitate, we can fit you out for a small sum and keep you comfortable all summer; see? sum summer.. 'Al- , kire's 0. A. Turney has sold to Mrs. L. M. Winters the east half of lot 12 block 17, Churchill's addition and to Mrs. A. M. Lee the west half of the same lot. Mrs. Winters has- let a contract to Gus Amirault for building a handsome six- room brick resinence to cost $2,000. Work will be begun on it today. The stage drivers and others travel ing over Grand avenue make complaint about the condition of two bridges, one at Peoria and one a considerable dis tance this side. The crossing is eo dangerous that drivers are compelled to lead their horses over. The attention of the supervisor of that district is called to the matter. The commencement exercises of the Territorial Iormal school will be held Thursday night, June 14. Arrange ments for the event are rapidly nearing completion and this commencement promises to be the most interesting in the history of the institution. The graduating class consists of fourteen members and is more than twice as large as any previous class. A mining deed from Orrin D. Merrill to J. W. Searles transferring a one half interest in the Fairstake and a one filth interest in the Sunset mining claims was recorded yesterday. There was also a deed from Orlando Merrill to the same grantee to a one sixth interest in the Fairstake and a one fifth in the Sunset. Both of these are rich claims in the Goldfleld district, THE GILA BEND CANAL CASE. A Further Hearing Continued to June 11. The hearing of the application for a receiver in the case of the Gila Bend Reservoir and Irrigation company was continued yesterday before Judge Baker. Tbe day was chiefly occupied by Judge Kibbey in a review of the ap plicants' complaint. A temporary agreement was entered into by the parties under which the receiver was invested with broader powers, including that of authority to sell water rights pending the litigation. A further hearing of the matter was continued until June 11. He Resisted Successfully. Cripple Creek, May 29. Report comes from Victor that the strikers at tempted to disarm a miner when he shot and killed four of them. SAN DIEGO - YLADIVOSTOCK. Rumors of a New Trans-Pacific Line. Trfe Santa Fe Said to Be Interested In Connecting San Diego With a Russian Port. By tae Associated Press. San Diego, May 29. There is no doubt that the Santa Fe railway company is interested in a scheme to establish .a steamship line between Vladivostock, Russia, and this port. This ib substan tially proven by information gained to day from General ThomaB S. Sedgwick, civil engineer, who states that last August he received "a letter from a gentleman-connected with the Santa. Fe company asking for technical and com plete information concerning San Diego harbor. General Sedgwick also 'received a letter from an engineer in the land department of the Santa Fe in which he Btated that representatives of the Santa Fe company, the Standard Oil company and the Russian Oil com pany had held a conference in Chicago with Ivan Gavetsky representing the Amoor Navigation company of Vladivo stock for the purpose of organizing a steamship line between that Russian port and San Diego. The Looters Arraigned. San Francisco, May 29. Directors McDonald, Jenkins, Graves and Mont gomery, of the People's Home Savings bank were arraigned in Judge Murphy's court today and plead not guilty to the charges of embezzlement. Their trial wa3 set for July 9. Arguments on a motion for a change of venue was Eet for June II. The Chinese Rioters Acquitted. Fairfild, Cal., May 29. The jury m the case of Capt. Wood and eighty others implicated in the recent riot at Vacaville. returned a verdict of not guilty today. The jury was out eigh teen hours during which time eleven were for acquittal and one for convic tion. Tempe News. The chemical fire extinguishers' gave an exhibition yesterday. tf it should rain little damage . would be done to the hay crop aa it is about harvested. . Henry Schmidt, manager of the tele phone exchange, went to Phoenix yes terday, fits eister, Mi-Js. Liuia, has charge during his absence. The sharp-shooters from Co. C today will be Capt. Mullen, Serct. Borrow dale. Privates McGrew, Dickinson, Si gala and Corp. (Dr.) Hart. Mr. F. A. Johnson, assistant treasurer of Colorado, ia the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford. His visit is purely for recraation ; though he .may from what he mav see in the valley, become inter ested as he intends to remain several davB. T. H. Hudson, Curt W. Miller, J. C. Goodwin and Judge C. O.- Austin, have petitions flying around in the hands of persuaders" who are exercising all the arts and wiles of speech to obtain sign atures t6 the petitions in fayor of their respective candidates. PERSONAL. Dave Goldberg is at Castle Creek hot springs. Lewi9 H. Mickev is registered at the Lemon hotel. Mark Ezekiele, the veteran San Fran cisco commercial traveler is in the city. Among yesterday's arrivals in town was Rev. G. F. Bovard of Los Angeles. Miss Agnes Dobbie of Temue, is visit ing Mrs. J . A. Marshall. Miss Dobbie is one of the graduates this year of the territorial JNormal school. 'A. S. Stacey of Tempe, passed throach the city yesterday on his way to the ranch recently bouaht by him from I. W.lvnight. His lather will come out from Nebraska next fall. W. J. Bushley, foreman of The Re publican composing rooms, returned veaterday from a six weeks eastern tour the result of which has been to prove to him that Phoenix is a moat de sirable place to live in. Commercial hotel guest yesterday were, Mark Ezekiel, G. F. Bovard, Los Angeles; D. Wagner, San francisco: E Kohlberg and son, El Paso ; H. D. Un derwood, Tucson ; Arch A. Marx, New Orleans and Jobn Hi'l. A. Galpin and Will li'iodes left yes terday for the Congrcui mine by the wheel route. They will also make a tour along the line of the north and south rbad. They are provided with kodaks and will therefore bring back with them meinentoss of their journey Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD, Insurance. Tie lew York Life Insurance Company. BOONE (fe LEWIS, General Managers . For Arizona. Rooms 5 and 6 Fleming Block. Money Loaned on Policies at 5 per cent per annum. 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