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( Territorial LibWJ 3 FIFTH YEAK. PHCENIX, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 2, 1894. VOL. V. NO. 62. mm wotopwc IJ-O 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. Jim A. Fleming, President. P. J. Cole. Vice xn United States PHffiix mm IN ARIZONA. Paid Up Capital, - -. $100,000 U. S. Bonds to Secure Deposits, 50,000 Depositary for tie Territorial Funds, The only Steel-Lined Vaults and Steel Safety Deposit Boxes in Arizona. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. General Banking Easiness. Drafts Issued on All the Principal Cities of the World. nPhcenix. A-rizona. MACHINE lapital Machine Shops Madison St. BeJ. Center and First Ave.. Phoenix, Ariz. Are prepared to do all kinds of . . . Pipe Fitting, Mach 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 Cylinders Sickles Ground and E. X. Lincoln. John Eeks. II. 8. Webb. E. E. HAHDWAItE. HENRY E. KEMP & CO. HARDWARE. Refrigerators. Granite Garden Hose. Vapor Stoves. AGRICULTURAL FOUNDRY, FOUNDRY. THE STANDARD IRON Southeast oT Capitol Gronods. P. O. Box 458. .The Slaughter Sale 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. Habschbb, Cashier. MI, ONLY Depositary SHOP. Skillfully Balanced. Repaired. LINCOLN & CO Paints. Builders' Hardware Barb Wire. IMPLEMENTS. WORKS & Boiler Work WASHINGTON. Gov. Hughes on Segre gation of Coal Lands. The Governor's Attitude on Statehood; Explained in a Special Tele grapi to the Republican. the Hawaiian Royalist Commission now In Washington Preparing . for a Last Effort. By the Associated Press. Washington. Aug. 1. Gov. Hughen of Arizona who is bere, states that the long standing friction between the Navajo Indians and ranchers and stock men is in a fair way of settlement. His efforts to have the San Carlos coal fields cut off from the White Mountain Indian reservation will, he believes, result in the coal fields being segregated and thrown open to the public for settlement and development. All Arizona legislatures during the past ten years by joint resolution and the governors in their annual reports have urged a segregation of these coal fields there being no other coal within 300 miles. CONGRESSIONAL, AFFAIRS. The Moore-Funston Election Con test in the House. Washington, Aug. 1. The house spent the whole day debating the Moore-Funston contested election case from the second Kansas district.' Mr. Funston, the Republican contestant, made a speech in his own behalf. The Republican resolution as favorable to Funston was disagreed to by 90 to 106. Without taking a vote on the majority resolution in favor of Mr. Moore, the contestee, the house adjourned. The Senate. Washington, Aug. 1. The main bus iness before the senate today was the sundry civil bill which was discussed at odd moments throughout the day, with the result that a great many important amendments were adopted. Final action on the bill was not reached, however, owing to the large number of amendments proposed. A number of bills were passed among them being the house bill extending the time for the payment of purchases of land of the Omaha tribe of Indians in Nebraska. QUEEN LIL'S COMMISSIONERS. A Final Plea to be Made for Restor ation. Washington, Aug. 1. The Hawaiian royalist commissioners who reached the city last night have been spending mosf of the day arranging ttteir plan of work here. When asked the purpose ol their visit to Washington Mr. Wid man.said, "I cannot tell you at this time. We have agreed not to divulge the nature of our mission nntil we see Secretary Gresham and also possibly the president. The president has re ceived a plea for the restoration of the queen and we who represent her now have the privilege of calling on the secretary." GOV. HUGHES AND STATEHOOD, The Governor Vindicated by Super intendent Netherton. Special to The Republican, Washington, Aug; 1. The rumor that Governor Hughes is working against statehood is absolutely false. He is in conjunction with Governor Zulick as Zulick and members of the senate committee will verify. He has been working vigorously for . an im mediate favorable report which has been promised. I know this to be a fact as I have been with him to mem bers of the senate committee and others in the interest of admission. F. J. Netherton. Death of Henry King. Henry King died yesterday morning of consumption after an illness of several months. He lately returned from McDowell, where he went in vain search of temporary relief. The funeral will take place at 9 o'clock this morn ing from the family residence. The deceased leaves a wife and child. He was yet a young man and highly es teemed by a wide circle of acquain tances. He was a relative of Sheriff Murphy and during the early part of the latter term was a deputy, an office which he filled in a most efficient LOCAL BRIEFS- J. M. Nolan of Columbia, Tfavapai county, was yesterday appointed notary public. Alexander Stevens, a native of Great Britain, yesterday declared his inten tion to become a citizen of the United States. Yesterday evenine at six o'clock Mrs. Finney, wife of W. L. Pinney, gave birth to a child. Both mother and babe are doing well. The preliminary hearing of Letitia Watkins and Milton Brawley charged with horse stealing will take place to day before Justice Kincaid. The only case filed in district court yesterday was that of the Wildman-Feters-Goldman company against J. H. Root, an appeal from a justice's court at Tempe. Yesterday was steamer day. Collec tions were found to have materially improved since the first of the preced ing month and altogether there were indications that-money is easier than it has been within the past year. Phoenix will enjoy the deferred part of the Fourth of July celebration next Saturday evening when the fireworks which were delayed by the strike will be set off with great eclat at Phoenix park. There will also be a grand fare well dance.. Francisco Torrez was the only sub ject of police court consideration yes terdy and officers didn't have to go very far after him. He was already in jail and the charge against him was trying to break out. The attempt lengthens bis incarceration by five days. PERSONAL. Frank Alkire will leave next Satur day on a viBit to Pomona, Cal. Deputy Sheriff Prothera was in Mesa yesterday on official business. T. K, Elvy next week will join his family no x camping in the Mogollions. J. E. Litz of San Francisco, was reg istered at the Commercial hotel yester day. F. M. Vernon of Vernon, and Spragg, the enterprising Mesa real estate firm, was in town yesterday on business. Dr. A. M. Tuttle will leave tonight on an eastern trip which will include Chicago and his former home in Iowa. Mr. O. A. Turney is lying danger ously ill of brain fever at his rooms at the Farley. His physician regards the case as extremely critical. Lemon hotel euests yesterday were Wanda Secrest, Goldfieid; C. M. Hulett and wife. Cave Creek ; W. J. LeBaron, Jesse Hobson aDd F. M. Vernon, Mesa. D. P. Conroy was able yesterday to come up town for the first time since the accident which nearly deprived him of a limb. A large number of his friends gave him an impromptu recep tion in front of the Lemon hotel. NEUTRAL AS USUAL. England Will Slyly Watch the Corean War. Her Jealousy of British Interests Appreciated bv Marine In-- suranco Companies. - - By the Associated Press. London, Aug. 1. The earl of Kim berly upon receiving from the envoy at the Tokio government official notifica tion that Japan bad formally declared war against China, declared that Great Britain remained neutral in the matter, although the British government would immediately take steps to safely guard British interests in the far east. So far as the sinking of the transport, Kow Shing, flying the British flag, is concerned, the envoy was informed that Great Britain awaits the state ment of the English captain of that steamer before making any reply to the apology offered by Japan. BRITISH VESSELS PREFERRED. A Financial Advantage In a Vigor ous Policy. San Fkajicisco, Aue. 1. War having been declared between Chinaand Japan marine insurance companies which have agencies in this city will not write any more policies for merchandise shipped from San Francisco to Japan and Chinese ports unless a special war risk is included. It will make no differ ence whether the goods are shipped in American or foreign yessels except that sentiment among underwriters es pecially those who represent foreign marine insurance companies, is that merchandise will be safer in British bottoms and the risk on such will probaDly be the lightest of all. All foreign marine insurance agencies in the city are awaiting instructions from their home offices as to the rate of war risk to be charged. Watching England. St. Peteb8bubg, Aug. 1. Russian newspapers are unanimous in saying that Russia will not tolerate a dimin ishment of the Corean territory on the part of Great Britain, or any other power if the interference endangers Russian interests. Spain Suspicious of Japan. London, Aug. 1. Spain has pur chased three cruisers from English firms as the result of misgivings that Japan may become the dominant power in the east and affect the .Spanish rule in the Phillipine Islands. OMAHA'S MEAT SUPPLY. It Is Threatened by a Gigantic Strike In the Packing Houses. Omaha, Aug. 1. Several hundred more butchers quit the packing houses this afternoon making the number in volved 1300. The situation is serious as all the plants must soon close and cut off Omaha's meat supply. Idaho Populists. Salt Lake, Utah, Aug. 1. A special from Boise, Idaho, to the Tribune says: The PoDulist state convention was called to order at 2 o'clock and Mr. Olaggett was made temporary chair man. He made the usual calamity speech predicting that unless rescued by the Populists the country would go to ruin. P4BMV ?S3q3!H 4!d .PIJOA JSpAtOd Suppg s,o:l.id MQ LL AGREED. A Mass Meeting of Which the Party is Proud Was the Republican As sembly Last Night. A Selection of Candi dates for Delegates. THE STERLING TWENTY-SIX. Representative Republi cans of All Ranks Will Ably Transact the Party's Business in the County Convention. An Earnest of the Enthusiasm Which Will Attend and the Success Which Will Crown the Republi can Campaign. Save that memorable precursor of Republican success at the late munici pal election, that famous mass meeting which the Democrats of Phoenix will ever sorrowfully remember, no such body ever assembled in the city aa the Republican. mass meeting of last night. The assemblage was one of represen tative Republicans and there were enough of them to fill the great hall in which it was held. The meeting was called to order bv Chairman Woodward of the county cen tral committee. After the reading of the call and a statement of the object of the meeting, Col. Wm. Christy nomi nated Judge Webster Street as chair man. Having taken the chair Judge Street addressed the meeting, calling attention that its object was to trans act business and not to create en thusiasm. That would come later in its proper time. The business now on hand was to select a ticket of twenty six persons, to be voted for at th pri maries today as delegates to the county convention. It was desirable that these delegates should be honest men who would honestly transact the party's business in the convention. The chairman called attention to the rumors of division in the Republican party of the county. There was no damaging division, he said ; there were differences of opinion as to the method of conducting business, but there was none as to the object to. be attained, the selection of the best Republicans for nominees at the convention and their election at the polls. Whatever factions existed, existed only in imagi nation. . Lloyd B. Christy having been chosen secretary, Chairman Street announced the business of the convention to be the choice of twenty-six candidates for delegates. Judge Early moved that the manner of the selection be as follows: Each Republican voter to prepare a ballot containing the names of twenty-six electors and deposit it in a box arranged in the presence of the assembly. Capt. Calderwood seconded the motion and it was passed unanimously. F. A. Hartwell and Judge Woodward were appointed tellers and Maj. R. Allyn Lewis and Judge Early clerks and the balloting proceeded. The election of the following ticket resulted: W. H. S til well, G.B.Rich mond, Fred Heinlein, C. Ceschetti, J. W. Bolton, R. J. Hambrook, Julio Marron, Webster Street, L. P. Nash, J. B. Woodward, A. J. Porterie, Henry E. Kemp, Wm. Christy, Wm. Scott, F. J. O'Brien, Robert M. Hudson, Lloyd Christy, J. B. Early, M. H. Cal derwood, Thos. Molloy, Sam Seip, Geo. Hoadley, W. S. Schaller, L. J. Wood, F. A. Hartwell, J. P. McWilliams. The members of the ticket were elected by nearly the same vote. There were a few scattering votes. Thebasinees of the meeting having been concluded it adjourned. The chief features of the meeting were the excellent attendance, more than 400 in warm sympathy with the' object of the meeting, remarkable unanimity of opinion and the enthusiasm which characterized the proceedings. If any doubt existed concerning Republican success this fall it was dispelled before the meeting adjourned. Mention is also deserved of the ad- Insuranoe. The -New M Lift; Insurance Company. BOONE (& 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 & Isuranoe. BAKER ATVL ABRAMS Real; Estate and Insurance. Washington Street, . Near Monlhon Block. Arctic Ice Works. Half a Gent A Pound For fifty pounds and over, has been, Is and will be the for Ice. Our ice is Frozen Solid, Lasts and Is Clear. P.MHsrOR. mirable manner in which Judge Street presided. His cool and. unruffled de meanor prevented those clashes of opinion so common in even the best regnlated assemblies and greatly fa cilitated the transaction of business. The Greedy Missouri, St. Joseph, Mo., Aug. 1. A portion of the right of way of the Kansas City, St. Joe and Council Bluffs road at Winthrop was swallowed no by the Missouri river last night. $10,000 to loan on barley in ware house. Interest low. Dal ton & 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. - 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 Phoenix, Pacific Grotto. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. 'DEL' CREAM MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fre from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 0 YEARS THE STANDARD.