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FIFTH YEAR. PHGENIX, ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 24, 1894. VOL. V. NO. 54. 40 DHYS 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. JiMBS A. Fleming, President. P. 1. Cole. Vice D THE m ONLY United 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 Ml the Principal Cities of the World.. iPhcenix. Arizona. MACHINE lapital Machine Shops Madison St. Bel. Center and First Ave.. Phoenix, Ariz. ire prepared to do all kinds 1 r j . Pipe Fitting, wmm Farm Machinery. We have recently opened the finest eq iipped shop in the territory, and during the spring mouths will make ihe repairing of threshers and farm machinery a specialty. Separator Cylinders Sickles ttrouiid and E. E. Lincoln. John Kees. M. 8. Webb. E. E. HABDWARE. HENRY E. KEMP & CO. HARDWARE. Refrigerators. Granite Garden Hose. Vapor Stoves. AGRICULTURAL a OB PRINTING. Bine Printing qu,ckL, The 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 - President. A. H. Harscher, Cashier. Depositary 8HOP. I Tl ' 1 V7 1 aim mm- wore. Skillfully Balanced. Kepaired. LINCOLN & CO Paints. Builders' Hardware Barb Wire, IMPLEMENTS. 11 Ml Arizona Republican Co., racENiac, bizi. NOW FOR BLOOD. The Tariff Comes Up in the Senate Again. Gorman's Excoriation of Cleveland. Senators Charge the President With Want of Stability. He Is Said to Have Expressed Satis faction With the Bill Which He Now So Hotly Censures. By the Associated Press. Washington, July 23. The struggle over the tariff bill was resumed in the senate this morning when Senator VoorheeB called for the conference re port upon it. Senator Gorman was the first speaker. His address was care fully prepared and its allusions to the president were of a character contained in no speech by any senator since the days of Andrew Johnson. The senator delivered a defiance in dramatic tones. The infamous calum nies heaped on the senate, he said, called for a plain unvarnished state ment to the American people and he would make it without malice and in patriotism. The Democratic senate went to work to save the country and continue party power when suddenly came the president's letter. "It was the most unwise, extraordinary and un called for communication," said Gor man in bitter tones, "that ever came from a president of the United States. II placed the senate in a position where its dignity and-honor were at stake." Gorman went on to detail how objec tions were overcome, disaffected Demo crats won over ; Secretary Carlisle gave the bill a sweeping endorsement and the senate believed he spoke largely for the president. Gorman and other sen ators heard the president bay that he would favor almost any compromise to get the bill through. (Great applauBe.) Gorman resumed with one of the most sensational references of the day. The senate has been traduced and an attempt has been made to "try and gibbet them before the country." Such charges from distinguished sources must be met and refuted. The charges have been echoed by the man who chirped when he talked. The senators who had been traduced had fought for tariff reform when "cowards in high places would not show their heads." The only reason for the stand was that the one responsible waB "consumed by vanity" in having the country regard him as the author of all that was right in tariff reform. Each thrust at the president caused a commotion in the gallery. Referring to Hill's speech on the Cleveland letter Gorman said, "that was the only com fort the New York senators had re ceived from this administration." Hill rose and good naturedly remarked that it was. Gorman claimed that the president, violated the constitution in liia acts and he denied that the Demo cratic platform declared for free iron ore and coal. In his speech Senator Gorman drew a graphic picture of the anxiety with which the country awaited the fate of the tariff bill." The idle factories, closed workshops and the unemployed. Further suspense was neither to the best interests of the country nor of the Democratic party. He hoped that the senate would meet the situation as be comes patriotic men and duty-bound Democrats. It was idle for him to add anything to what had been said last Friday by the senator from New Jersey, Smith. In the house there was an over whelming Democratic majority. Here in the Benate the Democrats were at the outset confronted with the fact that there were forty-four Democrats. A bill muBt be framed which will secure the support of all these senators, all of whose votes, save one, were necessary to pass it. That one vote was lost. The senator from New York, (Mr. Hill) had from the beginning opposed the bill openly and manfully. The Democrats had gone manfully to work to harmonize the differences and had accomplished it by many sacrifices, almost at a saenhee of prin ciples.- No legislative body in this country had ever been contronted with such a condition. The representatives of the states of New York, Virginia, Ohio and Maryland at the outset an nounced that the house bill was so radical, so destructive to the interests of the people that they would not sup port it. He paid a high tribute to Senators Vest, Jones, Voorhees and Harris. Those brave men whose laborious work had at last accomplished the feat of ad justing these differences and had made the passage ot the Din possible. Senator Vest then arose and began by saying that he had not seen Presi dent Cleveland himself since the repeal of the Sherman act, but he had con versed with Secretary Carlisle about the bill. His colleague, Mr. Jones, had seen both Mr. Carlisle and Mr. Cleve land. They had both declared that the bill was acceptable to them. Mr. Jones said the president had said: "I am willing to do anything to pasB the bill through congress." "The president's letter," said Mr. Vest, "was the first intimation that the president was against it. . Mr. Jones then took ihe floor and stated that he had proponed an amend ment in consultation with Mr. Carlisle "I haw the president" said he "and he told me that Mr. Carlisle bad explained all; he (Cleveland) said he thought we were doing what was a wise and proper thing. Among the amendments thus prepared were those placing coal and iron on the dutiable Hat. Until I read Mr. Cleveland's letter to Mr. Wilson, I believed that he cordially approved our action. I had expressed to him an opinion that it cauet be either this modified bill or none at all and he had replied that in the alternative he favored a modified measure." Mr. Jones also stated that at every conver sation between the president and him self coal and iron were specially men tioned. Senator Harris stated that in con versation with Mr. Cleveland be had been led to conclude that the president favored the passage of the compromise senate bill because it was the best thing that could be secured. AFTER THE PAY CAR. It was Wrecked but Nothing was Secured. Lima, O., July 23. An attempt was made to wreck a pay car on the Cincin nati, Hamilton & Dayton railroad today. A number of freight cars had been run on the main track near Chillicothe and the engine collided with them seriously injuring the engineer and fireman and partly wrecking the engine. The car had been nearly over the en tire system and very little money re mained on hand. LOCAL BRIEFS. Walter Land will establish a branch saloon in block 41. For the first time in months water was running over the Arizona dam yes terday. Marie Josephine, a resident of Block 41, arrested for grossly indecent ex posure, paid her fine yesterday and was released. Whenever there is any good, fresh fruit to be had anywhere in town you may be certain that Clay Leonard is not out of it. License to marry was issued yester day to Librado Molina and Josefa Bernal, and Victoriano Zopata and Mercedes Duarte. Governor Bruce yesterday appointed Professor Edward M. Boggs of the ter ritorial university, delegate to the na tional irrigation convention to be held at Denver. A new school district known as No. 42 or South Gila Bend district haB been formed. The trustees by appointment are John S. Anderson, C. H. Light and K. L. Rogers. A deed from O. H. lloilenbeck and Jerome Hollenbeck conveying lot 45, Orchard Grove addition to Robert F. and Henrv Breen was filed yesterdav. The price was $2,100. County Superintendent Jordan yes terday appointed J. W. Fitzhugh a member of the school board in Jordan district. No. 26, in place of J. K. Smith, who has removed from the district. Harry Diehl and Chas. Richmond will leave today on a four davs' outing at Camp Creek. Mr. Diehl will go by his favorite mode of locomotion, the bicycle. Mr. Richmond will accom pany him on horseback. The latest thing in town is the oaken cased ice cream cooler at Wakehn's pharmacy. It is a Yankee invention from wav down in Maine and has caused the ice cream soda business to boom. In the Gila Bend Reservoir and Irri gation company case the defendants motion for a new trial was overruled by Judge Baker and an appeal was taken. In the case of Wharton vs. iiatterslev judgment was rendered for the defen dant. The firm of Cox & Street was dis solved yesterday. Mr. Cox still re tains the attornevshio of the Southern Pacific and will remain in the rooms occupied by the late firm. Mr. Street will take chambers in the Fleming block. Chas. White, head cook at the Dairy, has preDared samples of bread, huns and pas'trv baked from Gardiner's fam- ilv grade flour. Nothing better and richer has ever been shown in Phoenix, proving that it is no loneer necessary to import flour. The resnlt is a tribute both to Mr. White's skill and to the excellence of his material. W. H. Thomas engaged in an alter cation over a mining deal w;th Fred erick Thomas, not a relative, at the Vendome on Saturday euening. On the complaint of the latter the former was arrested on a charge of disturbance of the peace. He pied not guilty, but vesterdav withdrew the plea. Justice Kincaid fined bim to the extent of the costs. Chas. N. Welker, a fruit packer and buyer of Riverside, Cal., who has been in the valley for two months shipping fruit, shipped two carloads of honey yesterday. He also shipped one from Tempe last Saturday. He has contracts for four more. The honey is sent to Chicago and other points in the north and east. Until this year honey has been snipped from the valley by an association of producers, but the results have never been satisfactory and last year were disastrous. A flurry of excitement was created last night by the supposed intention of a young man to commit suicide by poisoning. Officer Wickham was sent out to Bearch for him and succeeded in finding him. He also found upon him a small bottle of laudanum. It tran spired that he had been taking the medicine in safe and moderate doses to relieve him of insomnia. Suspicion of his intention to suicide grew out of the fact that he had lately seemed to be despondent and out of a joking remark he made juBt before leaving hia place of business. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Hichcst Award. ON OR OFF. A. R. U. Men Say the Strike Is in Effect. S. P. Officials do Not Care if It Is. A Majority of the Union at Oak land Votes to Quit. Dunsmuir Guarded by a Company of Militia to Prevent a Threatened Outbreak. By the Associated Press. San Francisco, July 23. The rail road strike in California presents abso lutely no new features. Nearly all the Southern Pacific trains are running pretty regularly. A. R. U. men at Oakland insist, however, that the strike is still on in all force and that they are bonnd to win or be taken back on their own terms. In Sacramento the strikers continue to quarrel among themselves, trouble having arisen over a public meeting of strikers at which a majority of those attending voted to return to work, and so notified the railroad company. A large number of strikers at Sacramento claim that this action was without au thority. They insist that the strike is still on at that point. Ab the strikers at DunBinuir are said to threaten trouble a company of state militia has been ordered there from Woodland. It is conceded that there is no longer any danger of serious trouble at Oakland. WORDEN'S TRIAL. A Report That the Alleged Train Wrecker Confessed. Woodland, Cal., July 23. There was added interest in the murder and train wrecking case this morning caused by a newspaper report that Prisoners Worden and Hatch had been induced to confess their participation in the crime. Developments however did not meet the expectations of the sensation bunt ing crowd. The morning session was consumed with the teetimony of A. J. Wilson, a Sacramento liveryman, Chief of Police Drew and J. A. Wilson, a deputy United States marshal. Their testi mony related mainly to their identifica tion of Worden as the man who hired a rig from Wilson's stable and with others was driven by Johnny Sher- bnrne to the trestle. The circum stances of Worden's arrest were also detailed. THE TONTO BASIN WAR. Another Rumor of the Killing of Robt. Bowen. It Is Added that He was Accom panied by John Rhodes Whose Horse was Shot. A report was brought down from Mesa last night by the driver of one of Fisher's stages, confirming the recent rumor of the killing of Robert Bowen in Tonto Basin. Immediately after the report was brought here last Friday, it was said that Bowen bad been seen at Tucson since the date of the alleged killing. The report ot last night adds that John Rhodes was with Bowen and that his horse was shot under him. No particulars have been received and the report is not generally believed. Ihose who tear it may be true regret the reopening of the bloodieBt feud that ever darkened the history of the terri tory. It was hoped that when Tom Graham was murdered within two weeks of two years ago that the Pleas ant Valley war which had nearly wiped out both the Tewksbury and Graham families and a dozen partisans on either side was ended. Rhodes was suspected of participation in Tom Graham's killing but was dis charged on preliminary examination and on practically the same testimony that held Ed Tewksbury who is now awaiting bis second trial. He was found guilty but on account of an irregularity in the initial proceedings he was given a new trial. Threats were made against Rhodes after his discharge but it was not be lieved they would ever be carried into execution. Bowen was a strong Tewksbury ad herent. A BEAUTIFUL SANDSTORM. Last Sunday's Display of Tawny Majesty. Those who never saw the black or tawny splendor of an Arizona sand storm have missed the grandest view this side of the day when the heavens shall be rolled together like a scroll and the earth melted with a fervent, heat. Old timers say that the one of last Sunday afternoon was the grandest ever witnessed. It came up suddenly from the northwest. The wreathing, yellow cloud covering apparently half the world and threatening the other, rolled and roared along at the rate of sixty miles an hour. Everything was swallowed up in the cloud of swirling sand for the space of half an hoar. Insurance. The New M 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 Bstate & Isuranoe. BAKER AND ABRAMS Real' Estate and Insurance. Washington Street, Near Monihon Block. -A-rotlc lee AVorJts. Half a Cent A Pound For fifty pounds and over, has been, is and wil tefflb for ice. Our ice is Frozen Solid, Lasts and Is Clear. P. MINOR. The angry cloud was followed up by an emollient rainstorm and in an hour the Salt River valley was greener and more beautiful than it had been for monthB. A few trees were blown down, an oc casional roof was blown off and a school house northwest of town was carried from its foundation. She Served Him Right. Mount Vernon, Ind., July 23. Last night Geo. Powell went home intoxica ted and attempted to cut his wife's throat. She broke away, seized a club and broke bis seuII. The woman was arrested. $10,000 to loan on barley in ware house. Interest low. Dalton & Lamm, S. W. cor. Washington and Wall Sta. The remarkable business done by the Pap.ifin Mrnttn lunch conntar in InrfrAlir due to the untiring efforts of Mr. James fowler, the pastry coos, ttis superi ority has never been disputed. Purdy & Tomlinson. Pacific Grotto. "Standing room only" at the Pacific Grotto. Crowds turned away. Professional waiters, fine coke, and the brightest, breeziest, neateBt, clean est, coolest place to eat in Phoenix, Pacific Grotto. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. CREAM Hi mn ft BOONE 4 LEWIS, m MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fre from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD.