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to FIFTH YEAR. PHCENIX, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING. JULY 29, 1894. VOL. V. NO. 59. 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 Kuinously Low Prices and Must have Room, Room, Room For goods to be Shipped At Once. Goldberg Bros. JBA-NICINCJ. J4MSB A. Flikino, President. P. J. Com, Vice - D II 1 BANK THX ONLY United States IN ARIZONA. Paid Up Capital, - - $100,000 . U. S. Bonds to Secure Deposits, 50,000 Depositary for tie Territorial Feds. 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. . iPhcenix. Arizona. machine apital Machine Shops Madison St. Best. Center and First Ave., Phoenix, Ariz. repared to do all kinds -yw 1 . ITk'l ITT 1 "pipe Fitting, Machine and Boiler Work. Farm Machinery. We have recently opened the finest eqnipped shop in the territory, and during the spring months will make the repairing of threshers and farm machinery a specialty. Separator Cylinders sickles brouud and E. E. Lincoln. John Rees. M. B. Webb. E. E. HENRY E. KEMP k CO. HARDWARE. Refrigerators. Granite Garden Hose. Vapor Stoves. AGRICULTURAL JOB PRINTING. Fine Printing;00';, gu,CKu riemlna Bio oil. The ' . Slaughter gale Is now on Down Goes Everything! Immense Discount Off Our Entire Stock. This Sale will last 40 Davs, but the Early days are the Days to call And Get Choice Bargains. Come Around and See Us Carve. . Clothing Store President. A. H. Haescheb, Cashier. Depositary hiiop. Skillfully Balanced. Repaired. LINCOLN & CO. Paints. Builders' Hardware Barb Wire, IMPLEMENTS. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN CO., PHlENISj WORDEN'S CASE. Alleged Train Wrecker In Close Quarters. Damaging Evidece of a Liveryman. Worden Talks of Dynamite in Case of Emergency. Testimony Which Asa In Connects Leader Knox With the Trag edy of the Trestle. By the Associated Press. Woodland, Cal., July 28. Alex Brown testified that on July 7 in the erening Worden came to him to hire a team to go to Gait. As he had none Worden got one from another man. Worden was beard to telephone to some person in Sacramento whom Wor den called Harry. Another witness overheard Worden remark that if the worst came to the worst the strikers could make bombs of (he very best of material. Gen. Serf, the Western Union super intendent at Sacramento, produced on order of the court, all telegiams and communications from Knox and others to the strikers and only one was found of a damaging character to the defense. It was signed by Knox and sent to the strikers at Truckee ordering some armed men to come to Sacramento at once. The case was continued. INCOME TAX IN FRANCE.. The French Cabinet Rejects M. Ca valsrnac's Proposals. Paris, July 28. The chamber of de puties rejected today M. Cavaignac's proposals for an income tax by a vote of 267 to 236. As the proposals bad been strenously opposed by the govern ment, Premier Dupuy and Finance Minister Poincare announced that in view of the narrowness of the majority they must have a vote of confidence or resign. Confidence was then voted by 369 against 80 deputies. THE PULLMAN COMPANY. It Has Not Yet DOclded When It Will Reopen the WorKs. Chicago, Julv 28. The promise of the Pullman company to inform the mayor today of the date when it will reopen its works was not kept. The Pullman companv called this afternoon and informed the mayor that the com pany is still unable to announce the date of opening owing to the fact that the men are not returning to work as fast as the company would like to see them do. Disheartened Farmers. Denver, Colo., July 28. Travelers from the east report a widespread de struction of crops in Kansas and Nebraska by hot winds. Corn will have to be shipped into many counties, of Nebraska to enable the farmers to live until another season. The high ways are thronged with disheartened settlers who have abandoned their homes and are moving east. No similar scene has been witnessed since 1873. COUNTY SCHOOLS. Annual Report of Superintendent Jordon. County superintendent Jordon has completed his annual reqort of the schools to territorial superintendent Netherton. From the statistical por tion the following figures are taken : Number of teachers in the county 97 Number of school districts in county. 42 Children between the ages 6 and 18. . . 3,796 Amount paid teachers $34 389 16 Total current expenses 43,863 86 Cash received, Ter. and Co, tax 45.197 50 Cash received, subscriptions 489 07 Expenditures 45,654 72 Total valuation of property 168,098 00 Judge Jordon adds to the report many valuable suggestions concerning the needs of the schools and the need of improvement in the laws governing them. On this subject he says : "I feel it my duty to again revert to the inefficiency of our public school laws ; the entire system needs careful revision. The present system of em ploying school district census marshals is especially objectionable. The county ehould be divided into census marshal districts, say four (4) for counties of the first class and the county superintend ent granted authority to appoint a cen sus marshal for said districts, said mar shal to be assigned to duty in districts, other than the one in which he lives. "On or before the 20th day of June of each year they should meet at the county superintendent's office, compare their work and submit the results. At present districts having sixtv-four children of scholastic age draw $500 of the school fund, sixty-five would entitle it to $1,000, the temptation to go over into other districts to obtain the neces sary number to draw $1,000 or to report children under or over school age is too great for. the average census marshal or school trustee. This year I have had to retake many districts and no doubt many others would be found inaccurate if looked into. A system of. this, kind would result in absolute accuracy and save to the school fund not less than $750 per annum." DIED IN THE ROAD. The End of J. S. Bryan's Jour ney. Early yesterday morning a wagon containing three men passed the Five Points. One of the occupants lay on a cot of straw and clothing moaning in pain. Suddenly the Rick man cried "Stop!" as he had cried a hundred times during the long night journey. The men in the front of the wagon looked around. Their sick companion iras gasping horribly and a, moment later the wagon contained two living men and a corpse. The dead man was J. S. Bryan, whose home was at Republic, Mo. A few days ago he arrived at the house of a Mr. Crouch one and one-half miles southwest of Mesa. He was in extreme ill health and began taking treatment of a local physician. He soon became discouraged and desired to be taken to the county hospital. At 10 o'clock on Friday night two farmers named Vance and Stevenson set out with him for the hospital. A wagon was ar ranged in the moBt comfortable man ner, but the progress was necessarily alow, as every uneveness in the road produced groans and cries of pain from the sick man. This terrible journey laBted seven hours and ended with the night and the life of the patient. The body was taken to the hospital, but the superintendent declined to re ceive it and directed the men to take it to Randal & Davis, the county under takers, and notify Justice Johnson. A coroner's jury consisting of H. C. McDonald, A. R. Foushee, J. S. Byers, H. R. Leonard, Sr., J. D. Tipton, Geo. Mintz, A. S. Mills and P. Minor, was impaneled. After an investigation of the circumstances the jury returned a verdict of death from natural causes. The deceased was apparently about 33 years old. Upon his person was found a letter from his brother, W. H. Bryan, at Nevada, Mo. The letter was dated July 10, before the deceased left home. From it it is learned that he had some property and was in urgent need of money which the brother offered to raise by mortgaging property of hie own if necessary. There was also a receipt for $21.50 from Dr. Brack, but whether the money was paid for professional services or whether it had only been deposited with the doctor was not stated. No money was found. Messrs. Ran dal & Davis have telegraphed to the brother for instructions concerning the disposition of the body. SLEEK AS GREASE. How Israel'sUnpledgedTicket Was Nominated. It Went Through According- to the Prearranged Program Without the Slip of a Cog. A meeting called by the Phoenix Re publican club was held at the city hall last night to choose a ticket of dele gates to be voted for at the primary election. After the eighty-two gentlemen pres ent, of which about sixty took part in the meeting, supposed to represent the sentiment of the several hundred Re publicans of Phoenix precinct, had been requested by Chairman McCord to take off their hats, Judge, Kibbey presented a resolution that forty nominations be made for prospective delegates to the county convention. These nominees were to be silted through a committee. out of which twenty-six were to be suf ficiently fine to represent the club in the convention. There was a hurricane of nomina tions. It was interrupted by G. C. Is rael who arose in the interest of party harmony to make a vigorous attack upon a Republican newspaper and the Republican county and territorial or ganization. At the conclusion of the diverson created by Mr. Israel the no mination of delegates was formally re sumed and continued until the Original Forty had been named. In the melee and excitement a great many gentle man bad been named who had not been counted on so that some of the fore ordained Twenty-Six had been left off. In order to give the stragglers another show Judge Kibbey moved that ten more names be thrown in for good measure. This was done after which G. C. Israel moved that the chairman appoint a committee of seven to select the most worthy. The paper on which the names of the members of the predestined committee had been written was bo badly crumpled that the chairman read it with great dittieultv. A recess of ten minutes was taken at the end of which the committee re appeared witn the unpledged ( ?) ticket which any of the managers could have named with few exceptions without the formality of the meeting. The report of tne committee was adopted and the business of the meet ing was hmshed. Then the subject of the regular Re publican mass meeting was taken uo A long discussion concerning the pro priety of recognizing it followed and was brought to a close by Jerry Millay who moved that the club attend the meeting in a body. A motion by Judge Kibbey to lay Millay's motion on the table prevailed and the lanitor who was standing around impatiently was given permission to out out the lights. In the list oi prospective delegates there is a noticeable absence of repre sentatives of the laboring class, those upon whom so much depends for po litical victories. As the crowd passed down stairs one of these neglected individuals said to his nearest neighbor. "Well, Tom, we were here, but I don't see that we had much to do with choosing our repre sentatives. It looks to me as if the whole thing was cut and dried before the meeting began." Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Hishest Award. IN HAWAII. The New Government Is Running Smooth. Deluded Natives Hope for Restoration, But Their Leaders Know That Queen Lil Is a Back Number. Royalists In Hope of Improving Their Fortunes Are Beginning to Advocate Annexation. By the Associated Prjss. San Francisco, July 28. The steam ship Australia arrived this morning, six and one-half days from Honolulu, bringing Hawaiian advices to July 21. Peace prevails throughout Hawaii and the new government appears to be fully established. The jury system under the new con stitution is causing some trouble in the country districts. The constitution re quires all jurora to take an oath of al legiance to the new republic and to abjure all help in restoring the mon archy in any form. In one country district it has been impossible to get enough jurors to serve, Honolulu royal ists having sent out a circular stating that no answer had yet been received as to President Cleveland's intended action and warning the natives to keep eut of politics, to take no oath of alle giance. Even the most ardent royalists, how ever, have little hope that the com mission recently sent to Washington will be able to accomplish anything in Queen Lilnokalani'e behalf. One evidence of the public faith in the new government was shown just before the steamer sailed. Ten thous and dollars of government bonds that previous to the adoption of the new constitution had gone begging at 98 were easily disposed of at par. The Hawaiian Star of July 14 con tains a report that Judge H. A, Wide man, Samuel Parker, John A. Cum mins and Major Seward, who recently left this city for Washington, are to lay before .President Cleveland a petition for the annexation of the Hawaiian Islands to the United States. The peti tion is said to be signed by many na tives and other royalists, who have reached the conclusion that there is no hope of a restoration of the throne and who seek an improvement in their political condition through annexation to the United States. The Troops Ordered Home. Sacramento, July 28. Gov. Mark- ham said today that he did not think there was any further need for state troops in the field and that he had de cided to order all of them home imme diately. TEMPE REPUBLICANS. Delegates to the Convention to Be Voted for at the Primaries. The Republicans of Tempe held a mass meeting yesterday evening to se lect a ticket of delegates to the county convention to be voted for at the primary on August 2. The following excellent ticket was made up : Samuel Brown, C. J. Ulmer, Frank C. Austin, Walter S. Johnston, Thompson Walker. Chas. N. Taylor, Col. Geo. Atkinson and J. C. Mullen. LOCAL BRIEFS. Swenarton & Co. yesterday received another shipment of La-mi-num wheels. Another of those delightful social dances will be given at Phoenix Park pavillion next Wednesday evening. Ezra W. Thayer, the hardware dealer, has added hay and barley to his line of merchandise. His prices are bottom, Those patent ice cream boxes which Clay Leonard packs cream in for home consumption have become very pupular. G. R. Peterman, the jeweler, has been quite sick for several days past and is being cared tor Dy an expen enced nurse. L. H. Demers, manager at Phoenix Park, is getting up a dance for next Wednesday evening which promises to be a pleasant affair. The hay and barlev which Ezra W. Thayer, the hardware dealer, is selling is prime. The prices at which he is selling it are as low as can be found. P. Minor's office and depot for dis tribution of Arctic ice is on Wall street opposite the offices of the justices of the peace. Ice may be purchased there in quantities ranging from five ponnds upward. Suit was begun in district court yes terday bv Louis P. Drexler of San FranciBCO, vs. Alice S. Herrett.executrix of the estate of G. M. Herrett to fore close a mortgage upon lota 1, 3 and 5, block 74 of the city. The mortgage was to secure two notes amounting to $9,000. James Griffin and Harry Kennedy have returned from a trip to the Mogol Ion mountains where they distinguished themselves in the chase and piscatorial pursuits. The mountains abounded with game and the streams with trout. On their way home thev met several Phoenix people abroad on outing trips and they turned them all in the direc tion of the Mogollons. - The boys camped at Peck's ranch and they speak in the highest terms ot the, hospitality I of the cowboys. " - Insurance. Ik 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 Estate fe Isuranoe. BAKER AND ABRAMS Real': Estate v and v Insurance. Washington Street, Near Atonihon Block. Arctic Ice Works. Half a Cent A Pound For fifty pounds and oyer, has been, is and will be the for ice. Our ice is Frozen Solid, lasts ani ls Clear. P. MTNOE. The Y. M. C. A. meeting which waa postponed last Saturday night on ac count of the storm, will be held tonight on the lots and adjoining the Presby terian chnrch. Mr. Frederick Thomas, of Denver, who recently returned from London where he attended the world's jubilee convention of the Y. M. C. A., will give an account of that meeting. He is a very enthusiastic and interest ing speaker and no one can afford to miss hearing him. The Y. M. C. A. male quartet will sing. All are cor dially invited to attend and all men are especially urged to come. $10,000 to loan on barley in ware house. Interest low. Dalton & Lamm, S. W. cor. Washington and Wall Sts. 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 turned away. Professional waiters, fine coke,a nd the brightest, breeziest, neatest, clean est, coolest place to eat in Phoenix, Pacific Grotto. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. CREAM Hi WvJBB' i BOONE LEWIS MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fre from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD.