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7 I FIFTH YEAR. PH(ENIX, ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 20, 1894. VOL. V. NO. 51. 40DHYS 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. I5AIV Ivl Jimcs A. Fleming, President. P. J. Cole, Vice-President. A. H. Harscher, Cashier. PII NATIONAL MI. THE ONLY United States IN ARIZONA. Paid Up Capital, - - $100,000 U. S. Bonds to Secure Deposits, 50,000 Depositary for foe 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 Ml the Principal Cities of the World. IPhcenix. Arizona. 3IA-CIII1VE apital Machine Shops Madison St. Bet. Center and. First Ave.. Phoenix, Ariz. epared to do all kinds 1 1 . I Ti '1 ITT 1 "pipe Fitting, Machine and Boiler Work. 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 Cylinders Sickles tirouud and E. E. Lincoln. John Bees. M.S. Webb. E. E. I I V HDWAKE. HENRY E. KEMP & CO. Refrinerators. Granite Garden Hose. Vapor Stoves. AGRICULTURAL JOB PKINTING. Fine Printing The Arizona Republican Co., Fleming Block. This week we Begin the Slaughter Sale. Down Goes Everything ! Immense Discount Off Our. 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 G. Depositary SHOP. Skillfully Balanced. Uepaire.l. LINCOLN & CO Paints. Builders' Hardware Barb Wire. IMPLEMENTS. INHCENIX, A it 12. ITS LAST LEGS. The End of the Strike in California Near. Debs Consents to Its Abandonment. The Matter Left in the Hands of the Local Union. Men Rapidly Returning to Work and the Military Force Be ing Reduced. Bythe Associated Press. San Fbancisco, July 19. At Sacra mento many of the strikers are return ing to work. Over 400 men were at work in the shops today. This morn ing the Southern Pacific dispatched a train for Portland, the first sent out on that line since the strike. Trains are running very irregularly and military guards go upon all import ant trainB, and trouble is by no meanB over. Latest reportB from Oakland are to the effect that Roberts, the local president of the A. R. TJ. received a dispatch from Debs that the strike in California could be ended by a majority vote of the unions concerned in it. The number of deputy sheriffs there hae been reduced from 300 to 50. A company of state militia, 60 men, was today ordered from Nevada City to Port Costa where the strikers have caused considerable trouble. Roberts Denies the ReDort. Oakland, July 19. President Rob erts denies that he received any tele gram whatever from Debs today. DYNAMITING THE S. K. P. & P. A Quanty of Giant Powder on the North and South Road, Fpescott, A. T July 19. A quantity of giant powder was found this morn ing along the track of the Santa Fe, Prescott and Phoenix railway near the electric light works. The powder had been placed on the rails brt had evi dently been jirred off by an appro, th ing train which arrived at 2:30 this morning. There was enough powder to have blown the train to pieces, as well as the electric light plant. There is no clue to the author of the crime. SATOLLI'S DECREE. Debarring Saloon Keepers From Catholic Societies. Chicago, July 19. "Mgr. Satolli's decision sustaining Bishop Watterson'B decree prohibiting saloon-keepers from membership in the Roman Catholic so cieties will be received with great sat isfaction by Catholics generally and by all interested In the work of temper ance," said W. J. Onahan, secretary of the Catholic congress held in Chicago during the world's fair. Mr. Onahan further said : "It shows how closely Mgr. . Satolli is in touch with the moral sentiment of this coun try growing against the liquor traffic. THE PRESIDENT'S PLEA. He Wants the Work Gone Over Again. He Addresses a Letter to Wilson Urging Him to Don His Armor for the Second Time. By the Associated Prsss. WA8HiNGTON,D.C.,July 19. President Cleveland addressed a letter to Hon. VV. F. Wilson, which was read in the house today. The president said : "The certainty that a conference will be ordered be tween the two houses of congress for the purpose of adjusting the differences on the subject of tariff legislation makes it also certain that you will be called upon again to do hard service in the cause of tariff reform. My public life is so closely related to that subject and I have so longed for its accomplishment and have bo often promised its ac complishment to my fellow countrymen as a result of their trust and confidence in the Democratic party, that hope no excuse is necessary for my earnest ap peal to you that in this crisis you stren uously insist upon party honesty, good faith and sturdy adherence to Demo cratic principles. " I believe these are absolutely nec essary conditions to the continuation of Democratic existenje. Every true Democrat and every sincere tariff re former knows that this bill in its pres ent form and as it will be submitted to the conference falls far short of the consummation for which we have long labored. One topic will be submitted to the conference which embodies Democratic principles so directly that it cannot be compromised. We have in our plat forms and in every way possible, de clared in favor of the free importation of raw materials. We have again and again promised thai this .should be accorded to our people and our manu facturers as soon as the Democratic party was invested with power to deter mine the tariff policy of the country. The party has now that power. We are as certain as we have ever been of the benefit that would accrue to the coun try from an inauguration of this policy and nothing has occurred to release us from our obligation to secure this ad vantage to our people." The president criticises the absurdity of putting woolen farms on the free list while the protection of tariff taxation is placed around the iron ore and coal of corporations and capitalists. He characterizes it as an outrageous dis crimination and violation of party principles. The president advocates a tax on sugar and said : "In taxing sugar for p roper purposes and within reasonable bounds, whatever else may be said of our action we are in no danger of run ning counter to Democratic principles as under our party platform and in ac cordance with our declared party pur poses sugar is a legitimate and logical article of revenue taxation. I expect wry few of us can say when your meas ure is perfected that all its features are entirely as we would prefer. 'You know how much I depreciated the in corporation in the proposed bill of the income tax feature. In matters of this kind, however, which do not violate a fixed and recognized Democratic doc trine we are willing to defer to the judgment of the majority of our Demo cratic brethren." In conclusion the president says : "The Democracy of the land plead most earnestly for a speedy completion of the tariff legislation which their represen tatives have undertaken. ANOTHER ORGANIZATION. The Second of a Series of Republi can Clubs. There is a multiplicity of Republican organizations in Phoenix precinct. Following close upon the forming ot the precinct club on Monday night was the called meeting at the city hall last night for the birth of another club. The as sembly was called to order by G. C. Israel, who stated that the purpose was to form a club whose main objects hould be the selection of delegates to be voted for at the primaries held on August 2. In outlining the immediate work of the meeting he said that only a temporary organization should be formed, after which an adjournment should be taken to an early date. Judge Jas. H. Kibbey was chosen temporary chairman and G. A. Mintz secretary. Mr. Israel moyed that a committee of live be appointed to prepare resolu tions setting forth the purposes of the club, the resolutions to bead a list con taining the names of the members ot the organization. On inquiry he ad ded that the resolutions were to be sub mitted at the next meeting. Mr. Kramer called attention to the organization of iaso Monday night, a ad suggested as an amendment to Mr. Israel's motion that this committee should also confer with a committee from that organization with a view to cooperate. This precipitated a discussion which occupied the rest of the evening. The discussion was of wide range and in cluded an inquiry into the proceedings on Monday night and the propriety of of not. too great but too numerous organization. J. Y. T. Smith thought that too many Republican clubs would put a club into Democratic hands for the braining of Republicans at the November election. There was a unanimity of opinion that the two c'ubs should work to gether but the manner of getting them together was not readily decided upon. There was a suggestion that since this was only a club to secure unpledged delegates its existence would neces sarily end with the primaries. Then it could join the other club for campaign work. In the meantime the other club whose resolutions were all right so far as they went but did not go to the ex tent of saying anything about unpledged delegates, might come into the present organization. The discussion ended with the adop tion of Mr. Kramer's amendment and subsequently the motion. The following committee, under the motion, was appoiuted : Messrs. Is rael, Armstrong, Freeze, Kramer and J. Y. T. Smith. The meeting adjourned to next Tuesdav night. IT WOULDN'T WORK. Attorney General Olney Against the S. P. Washington, July 19. It looks a if Attorney General Olney's Soithern Pacific railroad bomb had exploded in his own hands. According to dis patches received here Oiney's instruc tions to District Attorney Denis were to let the act of July 25, 1890, be enforced against all violations including railway and transportation companies. "You are hereby authorized to bring suits to that end." Olney expected this to operate againt the strikers in a way that this law would successfully ope rate if it touched the railroads. Olney is now with Denis who he stated had no authority to press suits of such nature as ho has brought against the whole Southern Pacific system. A Female Brloer. Chicago, July 19. In the jury brib ing case in Judge Baker's court today Millionaire Warren Soringer's wife was identified by Juror Joseph Mormon as the woman who offered a bribe for a favorable verdict in the condemnation suit in which Springer was interested. Counterfeiters Sentenced. Los Angeles, July 19. Two Italian counterfeiters appeared for sentence in the U. S. district court this morning. Judge Ross gave them each eight years at Folsom. North Dakota Republicans. Grand Forks, S. D., July 19. The Republican State committee today nominated M. M. Johnson for congreBS and Roger Allen for governor. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Highest Award. IN DESPAIR. Tariff Reformers Ready to Give Up. The House Agrees to a Disagreement. The Tariff Bill Goes to the Con ference Committee. Little Hope that Differences May Be Adjusted or that Any Other Tariff Bill Can bo Passed. By the Associated Press. Washington, D. C, July 19.-1 1 looks as if tariff legislation at this session of congress were hopeless and tariff re form leaders seem to be discouraged. Wilson says that he believes enough Democrats may be found in each houEe to carry out the party's pledge, but other leaders say that the measure which ha8 practically been defeated was created with so much difficulty and against so great obstacles that they hardly dare hope that a more favora ble bill can be passed. The difficulties and obstacles are in deed greater now than at the time when the Wilson bill waB launched. Industrial discontent and financial de pression are charged to impending tariff legislation, as they were at the begin ning, and the leaders believe that con gress will be unwilling to further pro long the nncertainty, anticipation, anx iety, or whatever else it may be called, which would necessarily attend the dis cussion of another tariff measure or even an attempt to patch up the dif ference of opinion existing between the house and the senate. When the house met this morning the galleries were crowded in anticipa tion of a debate on the conference report. When Chairman Wilson entered with his head bound with a handkerchief and evidently suffering great pain, Democratic me mbers cheered wildly Reed thought the Democratic members who desired time to express their opin ions on the amendments should be given time. He yielded the floor to Johnson of Ohio, for tan minutes. Johnson protested against the order preventing the bouse from voting on separate instructions to the different schedules. He denounced the discrimi nation on the sugar schedule in favor of the trusts as criminal and declared amid applause that if to legislate for any trust was for the good of the peo ple it made little difference whether the McKintey or Gorman bill imposed such legislation. At 1 :15 the motion to insist on the housedisagreement to the senate amend ments was adopted without a division, to send the bill back to conference, the speaker appointing the same conferees. LOCAL BRIEFS. License to marry was issued yester day to J. E. Braswell and Rosie Cum mings, both of this county. The rush for scalpers' tickets at the Sam Drachman agency has begun again. Cut rates to all points. Frank Skinner, an inmate of the county hospital, died yesterday morn ing of dropsy and was buried in the afternoon. The following transfer of real estate was yesterday entered for record : Wm. M. Billups to R. E. Daggs, n and n of swj and nw of sej, sec. 16, tp. n r 5 e, $3,500. Notice of location of the Cinnabar mining claim in the Black Rock mining district was filed yesterday by J. W. Mayor, J. Goodwin, Jas. 'Waggoner and H. L. Deitcher. The case of the Consolidated Canal company against the north side canals was concluded yesterday in district court and submitted. A decision in the Gila Bend canal case will be ren dered tomorrow. Mr. Jas. E. Braswell and Miss Rosie Cummings were united in marriage last night at the residence of Mrs. Byers, South First avenue. The ceremony was performed by Rev. S. C. Davis of the First Avenue Baptist church. Attorney Frazier filed two suits yes terday in district court. One for the Illinois National bank and the other for the First National Bank of Wisconsin against H. A. W. Tabor, the former for the Bum of $11,000 and the latter for $8000. His Vulture group of mines were attached. Improvement makes other im provement necessary. A clamor is going up for a pavement in front of the postoffice building. It is accompanied by the threat of an attempt to remove the office unless the improvement is made. Nobody would have thought of the pavement if the owners of the ad joining property had not decided to pave. PERSONAL. P. K. Hickey will shortly leave for a six weeks' visit to San Francisco. Sam Purdy of the Pacific Grotto re turned yesterday morning from the coast. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Arce are spending their honeymoon in a tour of Mexico. Sam Reames of Franklin, Neb., and James Tierny of San Francisco, were registered at the Lemon hotel yesterday. Insurance. flie lew M Life Insurance Company. & LEWIS, General Managers For Arizona. Rooms 5 and 6 Fleming Block Money Loaned on Policies at 6 per cent per annum. Call and see us if you want To Place a Gilt-Edged Loan Real Estate & Isuranee. BAKER AKD ABRAMS Real v Estate vanlv Insurance. Washington Street, Near JUonihon Block. Arctic Ice "Works. Half a Cent For fifty pounds and over, has been, Is and will be the ARCTIC for ice. Our lee is Frozen Solid, lasts and Is Clear. P-MTlsTOK. A. S. McCuIIough for the past two. veara a clerk at, the nrwra hniiAo i1tiii. store left last night for his former home ai rnnceton, ina. Dr. Kirkwood, a physician of repute who was here last fall, has taken for his office the rooms vacated by Peter man, the jeweler, next to the Keystone pharmacy. Won't Fieht Soldiers. Butte, Mont., July 19. Troops are expected to arrive tomorrow. Local officers of the A. R. U. say there is not the slightest resistance to be made to the soldiers but they will make it in teresting for non-union men. The remarkable business done by the Pacific Grotto lunch counter is largely aue to me untiring enorts ot Mr. James Fowler, the pastry cook. His superi ority has 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 Phuenix, Pacific Grotto. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. CREAM PCM BOONE Pound 'DEI; MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fre from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD.