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FIFTH YEAR. PH(ENIX, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 28, 1894. VOL. V. NO. 58. Terr; to A? 4 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. The Slaughter Sale Is now on 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. fioidberg Bros. Clothing Store BANKING. Jihes A. Fleming. President. P. J. Cole. Vice-President. A. H. Harscher, Cashier. WML IT m THE ONLY United States Depositary 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. General Banking Drafts Issued on 111 the Principal Cities of the World. Phoenix. Arizona. machine shop. apital Machine Shops Madison St. Bef . Center and First Ave.. Phoenix, Ariz. repared to do all kinds " r l ITl'l ITT "pipe Fitting, Machine and Boiler work. Farm Machinery. 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 Cylinder Skillfully Balanced. Sickles uround and itepaired. E. E. Lincoln. John Bees. M. 8. Webb. E. E. LINCOLN & CO II A III) WjVII E. HENRY E. KEMP & CO. Refrigerators. Granite Garden Hose. Vapor Stoves. HARDWARE. Paints. Builders' Hardware Barb "Wire, OUT OF PLACE. Gov. Markham Objects to the Company To Which He was As signed by Newspapers Repudiates Classification with Altgeld, Waite, Pennoyer. If He Had His Way About It He Would Revise the Constitutional Provision for a Free Press. passed the anti-anarchist bill adopted by the deputies yesterday. Radical and monarchial papers concur in the opinion that the bill was designed less with a view to crushing anarchism than with the purpose of abridging the free dom of the press. The Funeral of Mrs. Shirley. The funeral of Mrs. Mary E. Shirley took place yesterday morning from the residence at Second and Monroe streets. Religious rites were performed at the house. The body was followed to the cemetery by a long procession of friends of the family and the sympathizing friends and associates of the bereaved husband. PERSONAL. By the Associated Press. Sacramento, July 27. Gov. Mark ham was interviewed today regarding a cartoon in the last issue of Harper's Weekly in which he is classed with anarchists. His picture appears along side of that of Debs, Pfeffer, Governor Altgeld of Illinois, Waite of Colorado and Pennoyer of Oregon. They governor saya that they at tribute action to him just the opposite of what is true. He never yet has answered a newspaper article and he does not propose to do so now. That ill reference to me," said the governor, "came from Sacramento. It is based upon false reports of the strike situation sent from this city by certain reporters. Not only were false reports sent east but some of the San Fran cisco dailies printed most outrageously untrue stories regarding the action of the National Guard and public offi cials." He said he had been censured be cause he did not talk more and tell everybody what he was doing. He an swered every call for troops when called for by the civil authorities until he had 2,600 in the field. He declined to proclaim martial law because he thought the matter could be settled without it and he desired to pile up as little debt upon the state as possible. The records of his office, the tele grams he had received and answered and his official acts would fully vindi cate him in the eyes of all honest men. Said he, "If I had the re-writing of the constitution I would add just two words. Where it saya tree press, J would say 'honest fiee press,' and where it says 'free speech,' I would say honest free speech.' " THIS TIME FOR PERJURY. Ben Whittakerof Portland. Ore., was registered at the Commercial yesterday. Frank Holder, who is in busineBB at Hermosillo, returned to Phoenix on a visit yesterday morning. Col. Thos. Fitch, who is now enjoy ing a vacation on the coast, ia expected home next Wednesday. Lemon hotel guests yesterday were Chas. App, Lordsburg, N. M. ; Frank White, Pueblo, Colo.; W. F. Holder, Mexico ; Pat Galleger, Marysville, Cal. Mr. Ben Whittakerof Portland, Ore., arrived in town vesterday morning, called by a telegram announcing the critical illness of Mrs. Whittake, who haa resided in Phcenix for the past year. LOCAL BRIEFS. CHINA-JAPAN. Hostilities Have Been Actively Begun, But a Mediation Is Yet a Possibility. Insurance. He lew M life A Later Report of a Formal De claration of War. An Estimate of the Comparative and Nearly Equal Naval Strength of the Two Countries. A Re-Echo of the Pacific Bank Crash. San Francisco, July 27. The grand jury this afternoon returned another in dictment against R. H. McDonald and one against his brother, Frank Mc Donald, who is supposed to be in Japan. Both are charged with perjury in hav ing falsified their reports of the defunct Pacific bank to the bank commissioners and with having issued false checks. Bail is fixed at $10,000 in each case. A WRONGED WOMAN'S REVENGE. An Explanation of the Killing of Senator Foley. Reno, Nev., July 27. What was be lieved a secret and an explanation of the killing of State Senator Folley here last night by Mra. Hartley, came to public knowledge today. To an ac quaintance Mrs. Hartley is said to have stated that she expected in a few months to become a mother, and Foley, who is a married man, is charged with the paternity of her unborn child. A METEOR FELL. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. JOB PKITIN;. Fine PrintingS, The Ari7ona Republican Co., Traced by Reports From Califor nia Towns. Stockton, Cal., July 27. A peculiar luminous body fell from the sky tonight at 7 :30 o'clock. It left a trail of light and fleecy smoke behind it, that was luminous and glowed in the sky for some minutes. A Luminous Body. San Rafael, July 27. At 7 :30 to night what appeared to be a meteor fell slowly from the sky near here. The body was large and luminous. A Sound as of Thunder. Lodi, Cal., July 27. A large meteoric stone fell at 7:3UthiB evening in a southeast direction from Lodi and was followed by a loud report as of thunder. The course of the meteor was clearly distinguished in the sky for minutes after it fell. At Redlands. Redlands, Cal., July 27. A remark able meteor was seen about 7 this even ine northwest from here. It left a long trail through the sky that w visible for twenty minutes. KNOX EXCULPATED. f lemlns Block. THCEPflX, -A.Z4I2.. The Charge of Conspiracy Likely to fall. Woodland, Cal., July 27. Today's evidence in the train wrecking case served still further to draw the line which is beginning to separate to mediation committee from the other two defendants. Marshal Baldwin and United States District Attorney Knight were relied upon to bolster up the proof of con spiracy but each testified that Knox, Compton and Mullin had always courted peace and exerted every effort to prevent violence. W. J. Morgan of Gila Bend, is in town. A load of restaurant furniture bought by L. W. Jimmie was sent over to Tem pe last night. Carmen Gallego, a denizen of block 41, sick and helpless, was sent to the county hospital yesterday. Notarial commissions were issued yesterday to Mrs. Lulu Wyatte of Gila Bend and G. M. Little Phcenix. Journal-Miner: James H. McClin tock of the Phcenix Gazette, arrived on the Skull valley express at noon today. The window of Dr. Keefer, the opera house pharmacist, is filled with a new lot of sponges which he is selling at half price. It ia simply wonderful how R. M. Dameron has established a fine grocery trade in a few months. He uses people white. The funerals of Miguel Barreta, a 7-year-old boy, and the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. James Dunn, occurred yesterday. benool district JNo. 61 troubles were finally adjusted yesterday by the ap pointment of Mrs. L. R. Balsz aa mem ber of the board of trustees. Chas. Williams, mention of whose narrow escape from death by asphyxi ation has been made, is recovering. though he is afflicted bv paralysis, the result of other injuries received in fall ing. Dr. Mahoney, who returned vester- day from an investigation of the re ported smallpox case near Lehi, found the alleged victim to be a Papago and who is convalescent from a case of chickenpox. ine caned meeting ot tne city coun cil failed of a quorum last night, only the mayor and Alderman Lacy being present. City Attorney Israel. Engi neer Dunn and Recorder Schwartz were in their respective places. C. M. Thorndyke, superintending operations on the bull Dog mine, was in Phoenix yesterday. He sent a pump up from Tempe to relieve the mine of an inconvenient water supdIv. Bull Dog prospects are A No. 1. The Democrats of the Wast end pre- cinct will hold a meeting tonight at the court houBe at 7 :30 for the purpose of determining the advisability of select ing names for delegates to be voted for at the ensuing primary election. In the case of J. H. Root vs. Consta ble Fellows of Tempe Precinct and Wildman, Peters and Goldman, an in junction restraining the defendants from selling certain property levied upon was dissolved by Judge Baker. Charley Baumheckel, late at the Palace has taken a place at Kelly's Cabinet and will be on watch from 11 p. m. until 6 a. m. so that this popular resort will be kept open constantly Mr. Baumheckel has a host of friends in Phoenix and the valley who "will be glad to call upon him in his new quarters. Architect Norton is making plans for the two story brick building of George Perkins on Center street north of Mon roe and adjoining the lot of the W. C. T. U. He iB also getting up drawings of a $2,500 brick and wood cottage for attorney J. M. Damrou in the Capitol addition. The water in the Salt River canal was yesterday heavily charged with silt, the sign of recent abundant rain in the mountains. Favorable reports, by the wav, are received from all sides 'of copious rains. The watershed of the faila was evidently thoroughly washed last night. L. W. Nail who came down from Stanton and Wickenberg yesterday re ports an abundance of rain in that sec tion. Water ia running in the Has sayampa and there ia about a foot in the Agua Fria. Many of the gulches have been swollen by sudden storms and teamsteis have been delayed for hours. Vegetation iB doing well. The following transfers of real estate were yesterday entered for record : Mary J. Cosner to the Double Butte Cemetery association, ne1, nw., sec z, twp l n, r 4 e, SJ1UU. Mesa Co-Oper- ative association to J ames T. Johnson, nwj, neK, sw1, sec 27, twp 1 n, r 5 e, $500. Mary Hawley and Fannie Haw- ley to H. M. Johnson, south half lots 5 and 6, block 29, Mesa, $159. By the Associated Press. , Tien Tsin, China, July 27. China has about thirty warBhips, large and small, of which five are fairly good armored ships, armed with Krupp guns. In addition she has chartered a number of transports and these are being armed as rapidly as possible and with the best guns China is able to pro cure. On the other hand the Japanese navy consists of abont thirty warships, in cluding hve armored snips carrying Krupp guns. So far aa warships are concerned it will thus be seen that the two navies in numbers are about evenly matched, although the Chinese battle ships carry heavier guns than those of Japan, but it ia believed the Japanese naval omcers are superior to those ol China, and the Japanese warships are also believed to be in better condition than the Chinese. The war, however, is not likely to be decided by sea fights. Corea iB a penin sula, virtually forming Dart of China and down this penineula from the north, China can put army after army until she drives the Japanese into the sea. Japan is a Die no doubt to detena herself in her own territory but nobody here believes China will make any at tempt to invade Japan. Hurrying to the Scene. f Kansas City, July 27. Hon. P. L. LePoer, British minister to Japan, passed through here today en route to Tokio, Japan, where he haa been ordered by his government to proceed with all haste. He received, he said, a brief cablegram, telling him to en deavor to reach Tokio by August 20. He was in the City of Mexico at the time and immediately departed but was compelled to come this way on busi ness. He left for St. Paul today aDQ from there will go to Victoria, taking a steamer there for Yokohama. Insurance Company. BOONE (6 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 Real Estate fc Iguranee, BAKER AND ABRAMS Real'; Estate and Insnrance. Washington Street, Near Monition Block. Arotlc Ice AVorkts. TRYING TO FIX IT UP. The Chinese and Japs May Come to an Understanding. London, July 27. Mr. Burton, par liamentary secretary, said in the house of commons today that a cable message received yesterday evening from the British envoys at Peking and Tokio an nounce that peace negotiations were continuing in spite of the outbreak of hostilities. The latter, Mr. Buxton added, had not yet resulted in a formal declaration of war being made. Not Believed at Washington. Washington, July 27. A report of a declaration of war between Japan and China lackB official confirmation here. The Japanese legation believes that had war been declared Minister Tateno would have been informed. HOW A LADY SHALL RIDE. A Matter of Taste and Not a Ques tion of Propriety. Some misguided persons are endeav oring to plunge the city into interne cine war over the question, "Ia it proper for a lady rider to simulta neously occupy both sides of a horse?" The Herald and the Gazette have al ready got astraddle of the subject and their spinal columns are thrown open to correspondents over the respective pseudonyms of "side saddle" and "anti side saddle." The whole thing grew out of the ap pearance on horseback day before yes terday of two girls, one little one and one big one. The posture of the girls was unusual, but not ungracetul, and The Republican reporter stopped in his headlong chase after items to ad mire the pluck of the youthful equestriennes. He might have etopped also if the riders had adopted the con ventional position. A lady on horse back, astride or otherwise, ia apt to be graceful. ISo one has a right to say how one shall be mounted. It is not a question of propriety, but a matter of taste, upon which public opinion aa well as feminine anatomy may be properly di vided. DESPOILED BY HOGS. Not Anarchists but Journalists. Paris, July 27. The senate today Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Highest Award. A Season's Crop Vanishes In Two Nights. A ranchman named Johnson living along the Arizona canal twelve miles northwest of the city, arrived in town yesterday with a grievance. He has, or rather, had, a promising crop of grapes, seventeen acres, already sold, and three acres of potatoes. Un Wednesday night the potato patch was invaded by a drove of hogs and the snn rose the following morning on a scene of devastation. When Mr. Johnson arose the next morning his grief for the loss of his potatoes was diverted by sorrow for the annihilation of his grape crop, presumably by the same delegation of hoes. Mr. JohnBon estimates his lose at about tl. 500.. He seems to have no remedy for the reason that It is almost Half a Cent A Pound For fifty pounds and over, has been, is and will be the ARCTIC for ice. Our ice is Frozen Solid, lasts and Is Clear. P. MINOR impossible to trace the porcine invaders. There are only two large droves of bogs in the neigh borhood and the owner of each ia willing to ewear that his hogs were not abroad on the night of the destruction. There ia very little now on the John son ranch to further attract hogs, bat Mr. Johnson is hoping they will wander back again by force of habit, in which event there will be a temporary de pression in the market for slaughtered pork and he will also be provided with a clue which will certainly lead to the identification of the marauders. $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 Pacific Grotto lunch counter is largely due to the untiring efforts of Mr. James Fowler, the pastry cook. Hia superi ority has never been disputed. Purdy & Tomlinson. Pacific Grotto. "Standing room only" at the Pacific Grotto. Crowds tamed away. Professional waiters, fine c -oks.a nd the brightest, breeziest, neatest, clean est, coolest place to eat in Phoenix, Pacific Grotto. Awarded Highest Honors World' Fair. MM MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Freo from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD.