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PHCENIX, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 18, 1894.
VOL. V. NO. 49. FIFTH YEAR. DKYS Clearance Sale Our Aaron in the East has wired us to close out stock for 40 days. He is buying Enormous bills at Ruinously Low Prices and Must have Room, Room, Room For goods to be Shipped At Once. Goldberg Bros. BANKING. Jihks A. Fleming, President. P. J. Cous. Vice-President. A. H. Harscher, Cashier. PHtENIX NAHM MI, THE nited States 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 Paid on Time Deposits. General Banking Business. . Drafts Issued on All the Principal Cities of the World. IPhcesnix. Arizona. MACHINE iapital Machine Shops Madison St. Bet. Center and First Ave.. Phoenix, Ariz. Are prepared to do all kinds ; Machine oi . . . Pipe Fitting. Farm IVTadiinery. We have recently opened the finest equipped shop in the territory, and during the spring months will make the repairing of threshers and farm machinery a specialty. Separator Cylinders Sickles Ground and E. E. Lincoln. John Rkes. M. S. Webb. E. E. HARDWARE. HENRY E. Refrigerators. Granite Garden Hose. Vapor Stoves. AGRICULTURAL HARDWARE. JOB PRINTING. J- J- JLX.L THE eminac XSloelc. This week we Begun the Slaughter Sale. Down Goes Everything! Immense Discount OffOur Entire Stock. This Sale will last 40 Days, but the Early days are the Days to call And Get Choice Bargains. Come Around and See Us Carve. Clothing Store ONLY Depositary SHOP. T and Boiler fork. Hkillfnlly Balanced. Repaired. LINCOLN & CO KEMP & CO. Paints Builders' Hardware Barb Wire IMPLEMENTS. DOf CHEAPLY l UJ-ILi f EATLY, Am QUICKL ARIZONA REPUBLICAN CO., PHtENIX, AltIZ UNDER GUARD. HowTrains Are Running on the Coast. The Lessening Growl at Sacramento. Only A. R. U. Men Are Barred by the Railroads. It Has Become Necessary to Pro tect Railroad Shocmen With Troops of Cavalry. San Francisco, July 17. The South ern Pacific continues to inn passenger trains more or less regularly during the day time, but all night trains are still abandoned. For the present but one east-bound and one west-bound train will be run on the Ogden route. The first fruit train dispatched for the east since the strike was sent out of Sacra mento this morning. Sixtv United States regulars were sent to Dunemuir this morning as an agent reported the strikers were getting ugly. Yesterday several hundred men re turned to work in the Sacramento shops but they did not show up this morning having been intimidated by the strikers and they feared violence. Notice has been posted that the shops will be re opened tomorrow and protection will be afforded all men who desire to re turn to work. A. N.Towne publicly denies the pub lished statement that men returning to work would be compelled to sign an agreement to stand aloof from all labor unions. He declares that the company simply insisted that the men shall have nothing to do with the A. R. U. In Oakland as well as in Sacramento the railroad officials are meeting with diffi culty in getting enough men to run their shops and man their trains. Many men who returned to work today were escorted to and from work by troops of cavalry. The railroad company's pay car bear ing over $150,000 passed down Oakland Mole today distributing wages for May and June. The strikers who elected to return were paid for May only. If they refused to return every dollar the cqn- pany owed them was handed them. The pay car will proceed into San Joaquin valley thence to Los Angeles and eastward as far as 1 Paso. A GENEROUS OFFER. A. R. U. Men Propose to Guard Trains. The Mediation Committee Falls to Come to Terms With Supt. Fillmore. By the Associated Press. Sacramento, July 17. The mediation committee of strikers today made a formal offer to Governor Markham and United States Marshal Baldwin to fur nish from 2500 to 3Q00 members of the A. R. U. to serve as Deputy United States marshals for the purpose of pro tecting non union train men employed by the Southern Pacihc coniDany to operate its trains. The men otter to serve without pay and make only one condition that they shall not be called upon to assist in any way in the movement of trains except to protect property and the men. The strikers sav the offer is made in good faith the interests of farmers and merchants of the Pacific coast so that they may move their products and merchandise, provided the South ern Pacific company can find men to man their trains. They Cannot Settle. Sacramento, July 17. The mediation committee of Btrikers were in confer ence with General Superintendent Fillmore today but no agreement was reached. Fillmore is willing to rein state all the men with the exception of those under arrest for ditching a train on Wednesday last. When asked if the - company was willing to ran trains without Pullmans Fillmore emphatically answered in the negative. Alter announcing that the Btrikers were determined to stand by the original proposition to sidetrack sleepers, the committee withdrew. A HARMLESS STRIKE. In Operation Only at the A. R. U Headquarters, Chicago, July 17. The railway strike was not in evidence today except at the headquarters of A. R. U. There a com mittee of men declared the strike was on "red hot," but the railroads showed no signs of trouble, the packing houses were all at work and business was apparentlyjassuming a normal condi tion. President Debs, while admitting that the Chicago unions appeared to be weakening declared that they would eventually become united and win. CANNOT RUN ALONE. A Continued Expense for Western Railroads. Washington, July 17. Daily reports received at the war department from troops engaged in nreventing disturb ances on railroads in the west show that the resistance of strikers has gene rally diminished from formidable riot- ing to petty annoyance and obstruction. From San Francisco General Ruger reports that it will be necessary to send trains under guard for some time. The regular troops now in Chicago will be withdrawn when General Miles thinks it is advisable to do so. LOCAL BRIEFS. The south side was well represented yesterday by parties interested in water litigation. Modest candidates are beginning to feel that it is time to get a move on themselves. The front of H. E. Kemp & Co's. store is being torn away to be replaced by a handsome brick, iron and glass structure. The new saloon of Oakes and Butler on Center street will be a revelation when it opens if there be anything in fixing things up secretly. There will be no western mail this morning on account of a washout on the Southern Pacific between Yuma and Los Angeles. No. 19 will not arrive. Miguel Hufiez had a preliminary hearing yesterday morning before Jus tice Johnstone for horse Btealing. He was bound over to the grand jury for $500. All members of the Young Mens' Social Dancing club are cordially invited to .attend a dauce at Phoenix park, tonight, programs distributed at 8:30 p. m. Born ; to Adolph and Carrie Leibe now, a girl on July 16. An extra strut, yea, an extraordinary strut character ized the movements of Dolph Leibeuow yesterday. A camping party comprising the Redewill and Fickas families and Arthur Brockenbrough, will leave Sat urday for Minnehaha Flats for a pro tracted outing. Juan Ortega. Juan jSavarro, Jesus Medina and E. Sorella were in police court yesterday morning for drunken ness. The usual fines and sentences were distributed. Pete Behau vesterday appeared in Justice Kincaid's court, to answer to a charge of assault committed on John Cost ello a month ago. He waived ex amination and was bound over to the grand jury. His bondsmen are J. L. B. Alexander and J. O. Dunbar. The tension which began in Phoenix during the latter days of the blockade was greatly relieved yesterday by the receipt of 127 barrels of beer. The feeling of elation was so great and general that strangers thought a tidal wave of prosperity was rolling over the fown. ' Capt.'A. L. Colby, the oldest marine engineer on the Pacific coast, left yes terday for Goldueid. Capt. Colby nad charge of the steam power used on the Consolidated Virginia, in Nevada for vears. He has a fund of '49 storiee which he delights to entertain his friends with. Articles of incorporation of the Gold Hill Gold Mining company were filed yesterday in the office of the county recorder. The incorporators are Myron H. McCord, Frank Cole, sr., trank Cole, jr.. W. H. Cole and John A. Kurtz. The capital stock is saoo.UJO divided into shares of $10 each. The bids for the new Normal school building at Tempe were opened yester- dav and the contract was awarded to R. W. Madison for $6,889. The other bid ders were Barnett & Legier, S7.6S5 ; L. Napier, $7,990, and bunderland & Barnes, $9,500. The plans for the new building were prepared by Architect Heinlein. At a recent meeting of the Mesa City school board the following teachers were chosen for the ensuing year : Prof. C. O. Case principal, Mrs. E. L. Storm- ent, Miss Newell and Mias Pomeroy. Prof. Case and Mrs. Storment taught in the school &sl vear and their return is an endorsement of their ability by the citizens of Mesa. The complicated case of the Con solidated Canal company against the north side canals, the Tempe canal and other parties on the south side, took up the greater part of the afternoon in district court yesterday. The proceed ings consisted in arguments on demur rers filed separately by the defendants. The case will be resumed at 10 o'clock this morning. Jesus Cuan charged with assault, fighting and tumultuous language and conduct was given a jury trial yester day before Justice Kincaid. He was defended by H. C. Magne. That the defendant had been in trouble, which might or might not have been of his own making, was certain, but there had been a neighborhood row and it did not appear that the defendant had been conspicuously guilty. He was acquainted. S. B. Dorns, a late arrival from Texas, while exnlaining the mysteries and beauties of a patent pump on Washington street yesterday, was ar rested by Marshal Malloy on a charge of obstructing the streets. In police court he flashed a section of the United States Statutes upon the recorder. The court refused to admit the authority ana insisted on a compliance with the ordinances of Phtenix, Arizona. On this basis the matter was settled and the disnlay of the pump continued lees conspicuous. Justice Johnstone yesterday removed a complication and his court. A case was due in which the principal witness was unable to appear by reason of be ing in hourly expectation of confine ment. It would not take long to hear the witness's testimony and it was im portant that the legal matter should be disposed of at once. He accordingly ad journed court to the house of the wit ness. Her story was told with the greatest poseible dispatch, court was readjourned to the regular place of holding it and the defendant was con victed. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Hlshest Award. STATE OF UTAH. The President Signs the Admission Bill, Immediately on Its Pre sentation. His Objection to " Sage Brush Senators" Removed. Representatives From New Mexico and Arizona are Now Confident of Early Statehood. By the Associated Press. Washington, July 17. The bill ad mitting Utah to statehood was signed last night without any ceremony. It came before the president about mid night along with several other bills and was approved by the president the same day it reached him. Representatives in the city from New Mexico and Arizona feel assured that their territories will be admitted during the present session. The two obstacles which have been feared all along was the president's sup posed objection to the admission of any other western territory, which found expression last tall in his famous alio sion to "Sagebrush senators," and the probable want of time in congress to dispose of the statehood bills. Ihe president 8 opposition, if it ever existed, has been removed, as he is said to have declared his unwillingness to admit all the territories now applying except Oklahoma. His objection to Oklahoma is said to be based on the prevailing lawlessness in that territory and the crudeness of its present govern ment. A New Bankruptcy Law. AVashington, D. C, July 17. The house passed the Bailey Voluntarv bankruptcy bill today. In the senate the consideration of the agricultural appropriation bill was resumed and an amendment appropriating $1,000,000 tor the destruction oi the Russian this tie was adopted. RACK TO EUROPE. The Low Steerage Rates will Relieve the Labor Situation. Chicago, July 17 The Evening Jour nal says the European low rates inaug urated by the trading -steamship lines may result in a wholesale exodus in Chicago of many men connected with the late strike. Dozens of men who say they are now on a strike, have been making inquiries at the local steamship offices the last few days, expressing an intention of returning to the "old coun try." There are not a few who figure on a season of prosperity, as a consequence of the return to Europe of thousands who have been during the past Bix months unsuccessful candidates for em ployment. WRECKED BY DYNAMITE. Warm Reception for a Long delayed Train. Missoula, Mont., July 18. An east bound Northern Pacific taain the first in sixteen days, was wrecked today two miles east of here by a dynamite cart ridge concealed on the track. The pilot of the engine also the cylinder and piston rod were smashed as well as the windows in the cab and mail car. The act was evidently com mitted by some one in sympathy with the Btrikers. Strikers denounce the outrage. CUTTING OFF THE BRANCHES. A Movement for the Disintegration of the U. P. St. Paul, July 17. On Thursday the receivers of the Union Pacific railroad will be asked to appear before court pursuant to an order to Bhow cause why a large number of branch lines pi the Union Pacific Bhould be longer con sidered or conducted as a part 'of the Union Pacific system and not be here after regarded as independent lines. The reason for the action is that the branches are not earning enough to pay the operating expenses and taxes. The Minneapolis' Official Speed. Washington, July 17. Commodore Silfridge telegraphed the navy depart ment that after making allowances for tides and currents the average speed of the Minneapolis is 23.07 knots. As the contractors receive a bonus of $50,000 for each quarter of a knot over 21 te premium earned by the Cramps amounts to $414,600. The total cost of the vessel including the premium is $3,204,600. . Arizona Strikers Indicted. PrKSCOTT. A. T-. Julv 17. Thn errand jury today returned indictments against D. B. Riley an engineer and chairman of tne A. R. U., at Williams, and Jas. vvaisn a snop hand, charging them with conspiracy in connection with the strike. They were released on $1,500 bonds each. On a Local Strike. New York, July 17. President Gompers of the Federation of Labor, is back from Chicago. He denies that he and Debs had a quarrel anifaseerts that the railway strike is still on, but ad mits that it is local in its character. Fierce Forest Fires. West Superior, Wis., July 17. Fierce forest fires are burning near here Insurance, The lew York Life Insurance Company. 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 Real Estate fe buranoe. BAKER AND ABRAMS Realv Estate " and . Insaracce. Washington Street, Near Monlhon Block. and the wind is driving the fire toward the town. The St. Paul, Duluth and Eastern Minnesota roads are in danger and the section men have been called out betwee here and Hinckley to pro tect them. 1 Lima, O., July 17 On account of dull times the wages ot all trainmen on the Mftflrina w vara radnfaA turn mnnfka ago to be restored July 15. If the dif ferences are not amicably settled there will be a strike on thie Cincinnati, Jackson and Mackinaw railway. Open from End to End. ! St. Paul, July 17. The Northern Pacific has been declared open through out its entire length. Eight trans continental trains are on the main line running on time. " Russian Cholera. St. Petersburg, Jaly 17. One hundred and ninety-six new cases of cholera have been reported; 79 deaths. The remarkable business done by the Pacific Grotto lunch counter is largely due to the untiring efforts of Mr. James fowler, the pastrycook. His superi ority haa never been disputed.. Purdy & Tomlinson. Pacific Grotto. "Standing room only" at the Pacific Grotto. Crowds turned away. Professional waiters, fine C"oks,a nd the brightest, breeziest, neatest, clean est, coolest place to eat in Phoenix, Pacific Grotto. Where Will You Spend the Summer? The Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern railroad has an attractive list of sum mer resorta reached via its lines. Be fore vou decide where to go, ask some agent of the B. & O. S. W. R'y. for a copy or write O. P. McCarty, general passenger agent, bt. Lsuib, Mo. Send us 75 cents in stamps and we will mail you The Weekly Republican for six months. 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