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FIFTH YEAR. PEKENIX, ARIZONA; WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE 27, 1894. VOL. V. NO. 32. "MY OLD PARD." police made by two alderman and other prominent citizens who were caught in a gambling den raid. STILL STOCK. Insurance. JUST .ALIKE. earanee Sale Will be Similar to Our Former Efforts, bat not JUST LIKE THEM, It will con tinue until the GLORIOUS FOURTH! Come in and see for yourself; then judge. Goldberg Bros. 0 iothing Store HABDWABE. SHORT Of It. The LONG and ' 111 ' f; ' 1 y That for seaaanable Roods I - HENRYE.KEMP&CO PyH HEADQUARTERS! REFRIGERATORS! Granite Garden Hose. Vapor Stoves. Paints. Barb Wire. Building Hardware. Agricultural Implements. BANKING. f iM as A. Fleming, President. P. J. Cole. Vice-President. PHI NATIONAL THE ONLY United States D A Reminiscence of Gov. Markham's Campaign. The Supreme Court California of Holds That an Ante-Election Bluff Was Properly Called. Judgment Against a Campaign Manager for $1,000 Offered for a Letter He Didn't Want to See. By the Associated Press. San Francisco, June 26. The su preme court today turned up a remi niscence of the last gubernatorial cam paign by stating that Irwin C. Stump will have to pay Rusael J. Wilson $1,000 for the production of the genuine "My Old Pard," a letter written by H. H. Markham when he was a candidate for governor in 1890 as evidence of Markham's pro Chinese feelings. The Democratic party published a letter addressed to E. G. Hallock, be ginning "My Old Pard," and contain ing the sentence, "I am elad that the Irish crowd are out and hope that the Chinamen will be all right." Stump, who was chairman of the Republican state central commit tee, pronounced 4he letter a forgery and ottered Sl.lKX) for the production ot the genuine letter. The supreme court affirms the judgment of the lower court, which pronounced the letter genuine and decided that Stump must pay. THE PULLMAN STRIKE. The Strikers Meet With Determined Opposition. Cincinnati, 0., June 26. The mana ger of the Pullman shops at Ludlow, Ky., has poBted a notice that all strik ing employees not returning to work promptly will be discharged ; twenty eight have returned. Declared Off. Cincinnati, June 26. On order of President Debs of the A. R. U. tbe Pullman boycott has been declared off. This is simply a postponement. . Its on at Omaha. Omaha, June 26. Four hundred members of the A. R. U. are prepared to carry out the Pullman boycott as ordered to the letter. The Eastern Situation. New York. June 26. The eastern superintendent of the Pullman Palace Car company said today : "We do not expect that we will be affected here. The American railway union has no strength on our eastern line." Gen. Horace Porter, vice-president of the Pullman company, says: "It is a matter that concerns the railroads more than us, since they use our cars." A NEW WRINKLE. Train Robbers Successfully Blow Open a Safe And Compel the Engineer to De tach the Engine and Assist In Their Escape. By tbe Associated Press. Savannah, Ga., June 26. Train No. 6, on the Savannah, Florida & Western railroad, was stopped by a danger signal at Monerville 126 miles from Savannah at 2'o'clock this morning. Half a dozen men armed with rifles boarded the cars and the Southern Ex press Co's. safe was blown open and its contents taken. Their value is not known. Engineer Jenkins was forced to cut the engine from tbe train and carry the robbera about eleven miles. It is sup posed they have gone into Okeefinokee swamp. A posse with bloodhounds is on the trail. A. H. Habscher, Cashisr. mi epositary 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 Arizona. Interest Pail on Time Deposits. IPhcenix. General Banking Business. Arizona. REVENGEFUL MINERS. He's Still a Republican. San Francisco, June 26. Justice J. J. Dehavun made a statement tonight relative to a movement to make him a candidate before the coming Democratic convention, in which he says his name will not be placed before the conven tion as a candidate for justice of the supreme court with his consent. The judge says he is a Republican and de sires tbe Buccess of that party in the coming election. Only One Killed. Wichita, June 26. The cyclone at Ceighler, as far as known, resulted in but one fatality. Tha town was razed to the ground. The Wizard Sick. Orange, N. J., June 26. Thomas A. Edison iB quite ill. His ailment has taken the form of an acute bowel com plaint. ON EARTH AGAIN. The Eaten Explorer ofTiburon ls- land Resurrected. R. E. L. Robinson is on earth again. The skeleton of the commander of the ill-fated sloop Examiner and his companion, Logan, supposed to be lying around disjointed after the can nibalistic feast of tbe inhabitants of Tiburon Island, have been re-habilitated with flesh. The breath of life has been re-ibreathed into their nostrils ond the crimson tide is re-coursing through their veins. They are all in the City of Mexico. All this is as thoBe who knew Robinson predicted it would be. He was not made to be eaten of cannibals. Great as is his journalistic instinct and aspirations they have never gone to the extent of inveigling him into close contact with cannibals and other instrumentalities for the shortening of Lub allotted years on earth. Robinson was built on other and safer plans. He may be safely charged with misleading the reading public, but no accusation of f oolhardi ness can be successfully lodged against him. Unless Robinson dies a natural death he will be on hand when comes around with his trumpet the dead to breakfast. Gabriel to call LOCAL BRIEFS. Another Seance With the Masten Franchise. The Council Listens to Lots Of Language- Proceedings of the Council Tinged With Excitement. The Matter Laid Over Until Tomor row Night When Its Fate will Be Decided. the They Demand Atonement for Outrage on Tarsney. Colorado Springs, June 26. A reign of terror prevails here. Rumors of con templated raids on account ot tbe Tars ney outrage nil the air. The iail and public buildings are strongly guarded at mgbt. . Sheriff Bowers received a letter warning him to arrest Tarsnev'e as sailants or else the town would be burned. W. II. Brooks, the first Cripple Creek mine owner to require nine hours as a day's work, has been warned that be would receive the same treatment given Tarsney. License to marrv was issued vester day to; Joseph R. Stover and Mary Bond. . Capt. Lovedon and Cadet Thomas, of Tucson, the new Salvation Army offi- ctrfovai rived toJay. Welcome meeting tonight. Suit was begun in district court yes terday by Louise G. Lighthizer vs. Jesus Baldez de Richey and Joseph Richey to collect a mortgage note for $500. The young ladies of the newly or ganized Y. M. C. A. are promising a midsummer) treat, An entertainment will be given in Gardiner's hall some time about the middle of July. W. W. IWall has sub-let the mail line from Gila Bend to Gunsight, a dis tance of seventy miles, to D. L. Har rington. There will be accommoda tions for passengers and express. The following transfers of real estate were yesterday entered for record: John J. Casson and wife to C. J. Beau vais, lots 9 and 11, block 41, $100. J. L. Gant and wife to Jobn B. Rous seau, lot 9 iu block Is, Linville addi tion, $300. Little Miss Lieutenant Maitland who has had charge of the Salvation Army garrison at this place departs for Cal ifornian next Monday night. She will be superceded by Capt. Minnie Logs- don and Cadet Thomas from Tucson. They will arrive this morning. C. M. Frazer yesterday filed an at tachment suit in district court against ex-Senator Tabor to recover on a note for $1,000 and a levy was made upon the Vulture mine. Judgment had been secured in the court at Denver and the record in the case was yesterday trans ferred here. The council should hold its meetings in the city hall on such occasions as that of last night where the public is anxious to hear what is going on. The crowd in attendance last night would have been considerably augmented if there had been room to even stand without being crowded. Charlotte Monroe, who ' proposed to make a test case of tbe city's right to prosecute her as the keeper of a dis orderly house, gave up, the fight yes terday and pled guiltv. The citvdid'nt gloat with cruelty over its victory, but assessed the usual fine of $5 in such cases made and agreed upon. Mrs. Rogers, oae of the morphine un fortunates lately sent to tbe insane asylum, was dismissed vesterdav. If she is not cured of the habit she is cer tainly not proper material tor an in sane asylum. She is looking much better and says that the sleepy drug is no longer a temptation to her. Her daughter, who was committed with her, is also rapidly improving. General Heweston Released. London, June 26. Today the grand jury threw out the bill for manslaughter tound against Ueneral Jobn Heweston of California, by the coroner's jury on June o. on the charge of having caused the death of George Burton a street musician, on May 30 bv poking the point of an umbrella into his eye. They Turned on the Chief. West Superior, Wis., June 26. A special meetine of the council has been called for Wednesday to consider I charges of boodling against the chief of JUST HEARD OF IT. The Taylor Brothers Deny any Part in the Murder of the Meek Family. Kansas City, June 26. A. Star special from Little Rock. Ark., gives an interview with William jr. iavior, one of the brothers suspected ot the mur der of the Meeks family at Browning, Mo., on May 10th, in which he stated that they only learned of the murder the day after the crime and were told that they were suspected of it and that amoD was alter them to lyncb them, whereupon they sought safety in flight. intending to return when the excite ment had died down. They hope to get bail and can give it in any sum necessary. The Masten franchise is still sus pended between heaven and earth at about the same altitude it held a week :o. The city council met last night pre sumably with the object of settling it one way or another. The council cham ber was crowded by excited citizens and property owners and lawyers who had come to Bee and take part in the settling. Such a crowd in point of numbers and 'iterest had never before intruded uun the deliberations of a council of Pbcenix. As soon as the matter was opened fudge Campbell presented the objec tions to the ordinance. It was taken up section by section and held in a dis paraging light. The objections were first and generally that such a fran chise was neither desirable to the property owners of Phoenix nor needed. Second, that the ordinance had been drawn to befog the council and with a view to release the grantee from the effect of any penalty for a violation of any of its terms. He closed with an accusation that the real object of the applicant for the franchise was to em barrass and interfere with the opera tions of the approaching north and south road and showed how by the passage of the street car line along Jackson street the former line could easily and effectually be obstructed. He waded recklessly into the history of the methods of the Southern Pacific of which he said Col. Masten's road was the illegitimate son. He. recited an expression alleged to bava beerv mede by Qrl. Masten re cently in the office of Maj. Evans in which it was said he stated that a re sult of the franchise would no doubt be litigation with the Santa Fe. Col. Masten interrupted him and de nied having made such remark. Maj. Evans who was present replied that be bad said so and an angry and threaten ing altercation between the gentlemen ensued. Gen. Sampson next addressed the council in favor of the franchise. . He enumerated the inconsistency of tbe objectors and showed in a brief and eloquent speech the advantage to be derived by the city in granting it. He showed with equal clearness how no damage to the city's interest could grow out of the granting. He met the principal objection of tbe opponents by agreeing to submit a substitute section providing that along Jackson street the franchise should grant a single track to be placed under the direction of the city engineer at the aide of the street so it could in no way interfere with the north and south road's rights. Messrs. L. H. Chalmers and P. J. Cole also represented the objectors and dwelt more particularly upon the ex ample of other cities which had suf fered from too close contact with rail roads. A telegram was also read from Hon. J. A. Fleming now in Denver, protesting against the granting of the franchise. Judge Kibbey closed the case for Col. Masten. He effectually met every objection, legal and econo mic, showed the groundlessness ot all in points of fact and probability and sarcastically alluded to that particular pne that the franchise would introduce dirt, smoke, bustle and noise through the present sleepy thoroughfares of southern Phoenix. As to the chief and particular objection of interference with the north and south road he said that he had himself drawn the original ordinance providing for tbe franchise on Jackson street. When he learned that the north and south road's right of way lay along that str-t t he begged to be permitted to change his ordinance substituting Madison street for Jackson. Other objections to the ordinance he said were entirely technical and their removal would in no way affect the purpose for which the franchise was de sired. He would therefore agree to submit to such changes in phraseology as would silence the objectors. Judge Campbell replied and the mat ter was again considered by the coun cil. Alderman Lacy said that it had not been intended to paes the ordi nance in its present form, at least not until it had been submitted to the city attorney. This had not been done for the reason that the committee bad nut fully decided that the measure would be passed in any form. It was almost agreed last Saturday to report it favor ably and now he recommended that it be put into the hands of the attorney for preparation. ' His motion was adopted and the council adjourned un til next Thursday night. The lew York 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 Musical Cioocls. Removal. Beltaii Has moved its office and ware rooms to No. 44 E- Wash i ngton Street. (Monihon block.) Agents for the Celebrated - J. & C. FISCHER PIANOS. BLASIUS PIANOS, WEAVER ORGANS. Instruments Sold on the Installment Plan. Violins, Ooltars, Banjos, Aceordeons. The Celebrated K. & C, String. Heal Estate fe Isurance. BAKER ATSI ABRAMS Real1: Estate v and v Insurance. Washington Street, Near Monihon Block. ARISTOCRATIC IEALERS. The Original Coxeyites an Ex clusive Set. They Discourage a Massing of In dustrial Forces In the Vicinity of Washington. By the Associated Press. Washington, June 26. The original Coxeyites are not anxious to extend fra ternal welcome to the other common wealers, the chief reason being that their own supply of provisions is so low that meals have been scanty and infrequent. Marshal Carl Brown has turned out Frye and his army who arrived here on Sunday tired, hungry and woebegone after their long journey from the west. Frye and his men went over to Galvin camp where they were welcomed by a dozen of the army still remaining in that vicinity, the Galvinites however having nothing to offer their fellow wealers. The Coxeyite brigades are slowly dwindling. No interest is taken in them now by the public and contri butions have about ceased. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Most Perfect Made. It Was Done in Order. Bowling Gbkbn, Ky., June 26. Ca leb Bodley, a mulatto, was hanged by a mob last night after admitting that he had attempted to assault the wife of hia employer, W. P. 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