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PH(ENIX, ARIZONA, SATUKDAY MORNING. JULY 7, 1894. VOL. V. NO. 40. FIFTH YEAR. . ji JUST ALIKE Our Midsummer C n l Dai am uarc Will be Similar to Our Former Efforts, but not JUST LIKE THEM. It will con tinue until the GLORIOUS FOURTH! Come in and see for yourself; then judge. Goldberg Bros. Glothin SIX KILLED. A Bloody Conflict Oc curs at Chicago. A Volley Poured into a Mob of Strikers. The Southern Pacific Denies the Story of a Compromise. Any Chance In the Strike Situation Is for the Worse and the Effect More Wide Spread. g Store By the Associated Press. San Francisco, July 6.--Tonight the Southern Pacific company seems do nearer to regaining the management of of ita railways in California. The striking A. R. U. men still control the situation. General Manager Towne this afternoon said the company would positively not recede at all from its position. In other words, the com pany will'run Pullman conches or no trains at all. The present outlook indicates do trains. The traffic on the coast divis ion has been blocked at San Jose by crowds gathering on- the track and Jef using to move. A company of mili tia left for San Jose today to disperse these crowds. At Oakland the blockade is still com plete, not even suburban and ferry trains are running. There has been do trouble here today, however, and no further effort has been made by the United States marshal or Btate troops to assist the railroad company in mov ing trains. The Btrikers there are confident. The leaders of the strikers declare that the men will not return to work until the wages are restored to the scale of 1893. A committee of strikers went among the business men of Sacramento today and collected over $2,000 for the main tenance of the families of the poorer strikers. The strikers refuse to consider a pro position for arbitration. They declare tne Pullmans muBt be withdrawn and wages restored. Gov. Markbatn ho tcMUJfcru California is desirous of returning to Sacramento. Harry Knox, a leader of the strikers, says the governor can come through on his special provided a union crew is employed. 1 5 A ' lv I N i. I ikes A. Fleming, President. D IK United States D P. J. Cole, Vice-President. A. H. Harscheb, Oashter. 1T1AL BANK. epositary THE ONLY IN ARIZONA. Paid Up Capital, - - $100,000 U. S. Bonds to Secure Deposits, 50,000 Depositary for tie Territorial Funds. The only Steel-Lined Vaults and Steel Safety Deposit Boxes in Arizona. interest Paid on Time Deposits. General Banking Business. Phoenix. Arizona. MA-CiirvE shop. apital Machine Shops Are prepared to do ell kinds Pipe Fitting, 1 Madison St. Be'. Center and First Ave.. Phcenix, Ariz. I, 1 1 ' ' fiacmne ana m or Farm Machinery. We have recently opened the finest eq lipped shop in the territory, and during the spring months will make the repairing of threshers and farm machinery a specialty. Separator Cylinder Skillfully Balauced. Sickles Ground and Repaired. E. E. Lincoln. John Kf.es. M. 8. Webb. E. E. LINCOLN & CO IIOTEJL8. First-Class OrelVstra Attendance. . UOTEL ARCADIA S SANTA MONICA. The finest hot salt water baths and surf bathing in the world : excellent table; home comforts and polite attention ; reasonable ratas: ample accommodations. s. kjunhakx, prop. pecuniary loss resulting from accident in cases where the company considers that an engineer has neglected his duty. The engineers ask to have this rule rescinded. The result may have an im portant bearing on the present strike. Mobs Not Worktngmen. Chicago, July 6. The General Man agers association this afternoon parsed a resolution which in part sets forth that ninety per cent of the raiiway em ployes of Chicago lines are anxious to work and are only prevented by the lawlessness of mobs not yet suppressed. Unmarried Men on Duty. Chicago, July 6. Unmarried men in the stockyards offices of Armour & Co., have been sworn in as deputy sheriffs and are now on duty. S. F, P. & P. North and South Road Redoubles Its Pace. Encouraging Telegrams Received Yesterday. Chicago Cattle Receipts. Chicago, July 6. Three heads of cat tle were driven into the stockyards yes terday and that constituted the day's receipts. Pullman Is Silent. New York, July 6. Geo. M. Pullman declined to see reporters today or to make any statement concerning the de sire of Mayor Hopkins that he return to Chicago and aroitrate with the Btrikers. Debs Restrained. Cleveland, O., July 6. Judga Kicks of the United States circuit court today issued an order against Eugene V. Debs and about twenty-five others, restrain ing them from in any way interfering with the United States mails or inter state commerce. The Situation at Duluth. Duluth, Minn., July 6. The St. Paul & Dulutn road has been drawn into the strike here. All the switchmen quit this morning and the clerks and other employes are making up trains. Trains are going out to Omaha with n on-union firemen. The Northern Pa cific is tied up tight and nothing is moving. If the St. Paul & Duluth is tied up entirely there wi.il be a scarcity oi provisions here, as nearly everything is coming over that road now. Clerks Laid Off at Omaha. Omaha, July 6. The general offices of the Rock Island in this city were closed today and all clerks were sus pended without pay until further notice. Its Effect on Ocean Traffic. Boston, July 6. The great railway strike will seriously interfere with the handling of ocean freight on account of Uie complete stupDuto u. om....o -ana grain shipments. Not Officially Disgraced. Pasadena, Cal., July 6. Governor Markham today received a dispatch from adjutant general C. C. Allen at Sacramento, denying the truth of the reDort that the Stockton company of National guards had been sent horns in disgrace on account of the fiasco in the depot. General Allen said it was true that one Sacramento companv had been deprived of its uniforms but the Stock ton company is not disgraced. Wants to Travel Untrammeled. Sacramento, July 6. In reply to the strikers' message that they would run a special train for him with union men. Gov. Markham answered, "I would be very glad to go to Sacramento provided I can go there without placing myself under official obligation to any person, class, or faction. When I reach there 1 most be left entirely free to act as my intelligence and best judgment dictate." Slaughter at Chicago. Chicago, 111., July 6. At 10 o'clock 500 men were rushing up and down the yards overturning freight cars and des troying the tracks. About 150 United States deputy marshals and Cook county deputy sheriffs charged the mob at various places. The strikers' forces were rapidly recruited and by 10 :30 thousands of frenzied men were howling and throwing stones over a stretch of track a mile in length. At that time the Illinois Central milk train came steaming slowly np from the south. The mob charged it and in a trice the engine wa? detached and the cars overturned. The train crew fled. The strikers mounted the engine and car ried it back a quarter of a mile when opening the throttle they jumDed' from the cab. The locomotive rushing for ward at full speed rushed into the wreck and tore through the derailed cars and was thrown upon its side. The crowd mounted the wreck with exultant cheers and held high carnival until the force of deputies made a charge. As they came on the run they were met with a shower of stones and coupling pins and, halting, fired. For a moment the mob wavered as the bul lets cut through their ranks, and then with a howl they charged the little force of deputies which retreated to a safe distance to await reinforcements. Police details were hurried to the scene and the rioters continued derailing cars while awaiting for the expected attack, carefully concealing their dead and in jured men. The Dead and Wounded. Chicago, July 6. Six strikers killed and an indefinite number wounded are the casualties of today. A Surer Route. Washington, July 6. The postoffiee department has been considering the advisability of making a contract with the Perkins line of steamers to carry the mail on the Pacific coast if the backbone of the strike is not imme diately broken. The contract will doubtless be made today but at present there is no representative of that line of steamers in the city. Supporting the Strike. Chicago, July 6. The conference of labor leaders called by President Debs today was attended by representatives trom every union in the citv. I he tone strongly favors supporting the strike The Infection In the East. New York, July 6. The strikers here are exclusively switchmen and the pas Beneer trains will only be affected. Engineers, firemen and trainmen will not go out on the strike. Trainmen say they will not perform any duties of the switchmen. Buffalo Ordered Out. . Buffalo, N. Y., July 6. A telegram has been received from President Debs that the Buffalo members of the A. R U. be called out inside of twenty-four hours. Locking an Emptly Stable Door. Washington, July 6. Representative McGann, chairman of the house labor committee is preparing a bill for avoiding strikes. IN THE HOUSE. HE ABBOTSFORD INN Cor. Eighth and Hope Sis., Los Angeles, Cal. Select family and tourist hotel. American plan. All new with refined ap pointments. Electric bells, incandescent light and steam radiator in every room. Capacity 200 gueBts. BY J. J. MARTIN & SON. The Engineers' Grievance. Cleveland, O., July 6. It is learned today that the grievance committee of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engi neers on the Lake Shore road went to Chicago laBt night for the purpose of conferring with President John Newell. The engineers' grievance lies in con nection with a rule which virtually holds the engineers responsible for any The Tariff Bill Taken up In the House Yesterday. Washington, July 6. The tariff bill was taken from the speaker's table and referred to the committee on ways and means which will meet promptly and report back a recommendation for dis agreement. The bill will be put in conference tomorrow. Massing Troops- f.T.... fnnn.l ,lMnnr i xiy u 'icuriai .lumen Welch, commaDderof the Third brigade, with headquarters at Aurora, tele graphed Mayor Hopkins that three companies of his troops will reach the city oecween t ana v o ciock on tne Burlington route. The remainder, 1,200 men, will be in early this evening. The remarkable business done by the Pacific Grotto lunch counter is largely due to the untiring efforts of Mr. James Fowler, the pastry cook. His superi ority has never been disputed. It Will Reach Phcenix About November 1. A Financial Transaction Just Closed Supplies the Company With Ample Funds. Purdy & Tomlinson. Pacific Grotto. Subscribe for The Republican. De livered in any part of the city for only 15 cents a week. Insurance. The New York Life The railroad situation was relieved yesterday by two telegrams from ex Governor Murphy at Los Angeles, con' cerning the north and south road. One was Bent to Major Evans and stated that the Santa Fe, Prescott & Phcenix had made satisfactory financial ar rangements, was amply provided with funds and that as soon as possible the force would be increased and the con struction of the road rushed with the greatest possible dispatch. The tele gram stated that the road would be completed much earlier than had been expected. Another telegram of similar tenor was received by ex-Mayor Cole. It was also reported that still another had been re ceived, stating that the road would reach Phoenix bv November 1. Six weeks ago, while the financial transaction just closed was pandine, it was given out that the road would be completed to Phcenix against January 1 of next year. It ia reasonable to suppose that the company will endeavor to reach the valley as soon as possible. It has al ready invested nearly $2,000,000 in the construction and there can be no re turn upon.the investment until Phcenix has been reached. The moment it is reached profits will begin to accrue as an offset against the interest accruing on the company's bonds. The chief obstacle to the moBt rapid construction of the road was not the rock work or almost impassable moun tain ranges, but a lack of adequate capihM. iuw tuaii i; liHa La.v.u oovairiid there is practically no limit to the speed which may bs made in the construction. Col. J. T. Simms, than whom there is none in Phienix more thoroughly ac quainted with rail road building, says that a force of men may be employed sufficient to complete the road in three months. Hanged for Assault. Upper Marlorough, Md., July 6. James Allen, colored, was hanged here today for asFaulting a two year old dauehter of Thos. S. Simpson, residing near Woomore. "Standing room only" at the Pacific Grotto. Crowds turned away. LOCAL BRIEFS. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Highest Medal and Diploma. The Tarn O' Shanters were out last night. A Mexican woman on the south side of the river died yesterday immediately after giving birth. There will be no train out on the Maricopa & Phosenix until Sunday morning at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Byrne gave a dinner party last night to a half dozen prominent young business gentlemen of the city. Robert A. Woods and Robert Hart of St. Louis, were the only arrivals at the Commercial hotel yesterday. There are undelivered messages at the telegraph office for Frank M. Con vert, Clyde C. Walton and John Dolo yer. Dr. Norton went over to Mesa last night to investigate another supposed outbreak of glanders in that neighbor hood. Jno. Osborne will leave next week with provisions and a force of men to work his gold Droperties four miles east of Gillett. Mr. Samuels, baggage agent at Mari copa, was in the city yesterday and will have to remain over today because no train will go out. The Y. W. C. A. are engaged in pre paring for the event of the season, the particulars of which will shortly appear in The Republican. The board of supervisors sat yester day for a short time as a board of equal ization but no business was trensacted in that capacity. The day was occupied chiefly in allowing claims. Neri Osbarne returned yesterday from a trip to his stock range near Signal. He says the ranges are looking well, there is plenty of feed and the cattle are in good condition. The following transfers of real estate were yesterday entered for record.: Ellen M. Schultz and Theodore L. Schultz to Andrew Smire bargain and sale deed to se 4 sec 32, tp 1, s r 5 e, $1,800; Mary Fuleviler to Sarah McCord 30 acres in d'j ne Bee 35, tp 2 n r 3 e, $1,800. In an interview with Governor Bruce in yesterday morning's Republican he vvaB made to say that the governor was without authority to order out the National guard. The remark was meant to apply to the government troops, which could be put in the field only through the direction of the War department. The curious lovers of the cucurbi taceae are invited to a cucurbitacioue social given by the ladies of the Baptist church Tuesday evening, July 10. Sliced cucurbitacia will be served by young ladies draped in cucurbi tacious festoons. Come and cure your cucurbitacious appetite. A cucurbi tacious belle will appear in a bridal Insurance Company. BOONE I LUIS, 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-Eked Loan A r otic; Ice "Worfcs. Half a Cent A Pound For fifty pounds and over, has been, is and will be the K 1 for ice. 0 or ice is Frozen Solid, Lasts and Is Clear. P. MINOR. Ileal Estate : Isnrance. BAKER AJVI ABRAMS Real Estate: anil v Insurance. Washington Street, Near Monition Block. scene, to be followed by a reunion of the cucurbitacious family. The case of E. Brashear, charged by a neighbor named Sunderland with ap propriating water which belonged to him, was tried in Justice Johnstone's court yesterday. Brashear was dis charged, it having been shown that his manipulation of the water had bee a directed by the zanjero. It was also shown that the water belonging to Sun derland had been turned into the lateral leading to his ditches. That he did not get it all was due to the dryness of the ground and excessive evaporation. The entire chain gang made up of Ventura Mills, a Mexican, is at large and nobody cares a continental, if he will only stay away. Jailor Al Hawley had him out exercising him when the city physician came along. Mr. Hawley had been saving up a hole in the street to show this official when he saw him. He embraced this opportunity and Btepped around the corner. Sefior Mills also clasped the opportunity and when the jailor returned he saw only a hole in the atmosphere where his prisoner was standing a minute before. Professional waiters, fine c oke.a nd the brightest, breeziest, neatest,. clean est, coolest place to eat in Phoenix, Pacific Grotto. Awarded Highest Honors World' Fair. MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD.