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FIFTH YEAR. PH(ENIX, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 12, 1894. VOL.,V. NO. 71. HERE AND THERE. Our Mr. Aaron Goldberg is in New York buying goods right and left. Some of the products of his trip have already arrived. He is there and the goods are here. See? "Here and there." NOW Our Forty-Day Sale to close out old stock and make room for new is at its height. This week we will "Ring Out the Old" at prices re duced more desperately than before, and "Ring in the New" which are jj Keep an eye on this corner 1 U k ifGk and learn how busy he is ill I Goldberg Bros. BANKING. Jakks A. Fuming, President. P. J. Colk. Vice D III TONAL THJt 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 All the Principal Cities of the World. ."Phoenix. Arizona. MACHINE SHOP. lapital Machine Shops Madison St. Bet. Center and First Ave., Phoenix, Ariz. Are prepared to do all hinds of . . . Pipe Fitting, Machine 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 Skillfully Balanced. Sickles Ground and Repaired. E. E. E. E. Lincoln. M. S. Webb. HABDWARE. HENRY E. KEMP & CO. HARDWARE. Refrigerators. Granite Garden Hose. Vapor Stoves. AGRICULTURAL FOTJNDKY. FOUNDRY. THE STANDARD IRON Southeast of Capitol Grounds. P. O. Box 458. Clothing Store - President. A. H. Hakscbkr, Cashier. Depositary r LINCOLN & CO. Paints. Builders' Hardware Barb Wire, IMPLEMENTS. WORKS. km ML Bo e fork OPEN WAR. Senate and House Are Against Each Other. The Failure of the Tariff Bill Conceded. Cleveland Must Sign Either the Gorman Measure or None. The Amendment to the Sundry Civil Bill Giving Each Arid State 1,000,000 Acres of Land. By the Associated Press. Washington, Aug. 11. There is little probability tbat an agreement will be reached on the tariff bill. The situation between the senate and the house has developed into almost an open war, so that it is conceded by tariff reformers that congress will ad journ with the McKinley law in effect. The senate galleries were crowded to day in anticipation of Vest's invective upon the friends of the administration and the debate on Hill's reeolution di recting the senate conferees to report on the situation. The sitting failed to joBtify the eager neea with which it was awaited. The debate brought out the information that the house tariff conferees have the tariff bill in their possession. Senator Faulkner in a speech indicated a plan to have the house accept the senate bill outright and send it to the president. The House Alarmed. Washington, Aug. 11. Speaker Crisp and the house conferees circulated a call for a house caucus. The names ot Wilson and Crisp were among the first signed to the call for the caucus Monday. The caucus is called to give the house conferees' col lesgnes a chance to advise the conferees as to a choice between the senate bill or no bill. ANOTHER CONFERENCE AGREES The Arid Land State3 Each Receive 1,000,000 Acres. Washington, Aug. 11. The two dis puted senate amendments to the sun dry civil bill were agreed to by the house after an animated debate. One was a proposition to give each of the arid land states 1,000,000 acres of sur veyed arid public lands to be reclaimed br irrigation, which the house agreed to after the irrigation question had been discussed by many western mem bers. The other amendment was the ap propriation of $250,000 to purchase a squre owned by ex-Senator Mahone for a site for the government printing office and this was defeated. The house adopted a plan proposed by Chairman Bankhead of the committee on public buildings to buy additional ground ad joining the building now in use. This action leaves still nnsettled between the house and senate a question which has caused many disagreements. At 4:40 p. m.. the house adjourned and a call for a Democratic caucus on Monday morning at 11 o'clock was announced. It was received with great applause. ELEVEN KILLED. Inquest on the Dead of the Rock Island Wreck. Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 11. Coroner Grim is holding.an inquest over those who perished in the Bock Island wreck Thursday night. It is believed that only eleven people were killed outright. Col. Bills, the most important witness examined, stated that he saw a man standing around but did not know whether he was a wnlte or black one. One of the Ryan boys who saw a man on the track with a crowbar was called to the police station to see Davis. He thought he was the man, but was not positive. A RUSSIAN REFUGEE. He FlndsaShorter Way to American Freedom. New Yobk, Aug. 11. Among the steerage passengers on board the steamer Paris which arrived today was a refugee from Russia, Nickolas Fred erickson. He is an Americanized Rus sian and was imprisoned by the Rus sian government. It is understood that international complications may arise from his case. He was moving for interference on the part of this government in his behalf when an opportunity of escape presen ted itself which he quickly availed him self of. He refused to talk today fear ing it might prejudice his case. BASEBALL TODAY. rhe Chicago Team Permitted to Break the Sabbath. Chicago, Aug. 11. Judge Horton to day granted an injunction restraining the Chicago League ball team from playing baseball on Sunday. The in junction was asked by the International Sunday Observance league. After lengthy arguments by attorneys the court dissolved the injunction. The regular game will be played tomorrow. Restored to Her Estate. Nfw York, Aug. ll.--Judge Truax has signed an order restoring Mrs. Har riet Hubbard Ayres to the possession of her property and business. She was found insane last March. Her mind has been restored. The Picacho Changes Hands. Yuma, Ariz., Aug. 11. The Califor nia .Picacho Placer Mining company changed hands, having been disposed of to a Philadelphia company of which G. B. Kirkbride is president. Was Young but Bad. San Andreas, Cal., Aug. 11. Arthur Mackray, aged 20 years, convicted of holding up the stage between Milton and Angeles last April, was today sen tenced to six vears in tne penitentiary at Folsom. A Former Phoenician's Work. Mr. W. P. King, once connected with The Republican, has just issued a souvenir edition of the St. Joseph (Mo.) Daily News. It is in book form hand somely bound in cloth and artistically and profusely illustrated. Mr. King has long made a specialty of this class of newspaper work and this edition is said to excel any other ever gotten out in the United States. The author is a brother of J. P. King of the Saturday Review. LOCAL BRIEFS. A new line of handsome 50-cent ties was received yesterday by Greene, the hatter. The summer underwear and socks at the store of Greene, the Hatter, are all marked down. All kinds of delicious refreshments may be had of L. H. Demers, the Phoe nix park caterer. For a really stylish assortment of sum mer neckwear, Greene, the Hatter, can not be approached. Notice of location o"f the H. T. mining claim in the Superstition district was filed yesterday by L. V. Guthrie and Erneet Ellsworth. A deed from W. J. Murphy and wife to Andrew Crawford to seji, sec 30, tp 2 n, r 4 e, was filed yesterday. The consideration was $11,500. A ride on the electric car line after sundown to Phcenix park with a little cool refreshment at the pavilion is the pleasantest way to spend a warm eve ning. Suit was begun in district court yes terday by J. E. Walker, assignee of the Hartford Banking company, against Jennie E. Crow to collect a promissory note for $150. The semi-annual civil Bervice exami nation for postal clerks and letter car riers was held in the district court room yesterday. It was conducted by Secretary .Fierce ot tne board. Union services at the Presbyterian church tonight will be conducted by the young people of the Christian En deavor society and the Epworth League. Every one is cordially invited. For Sale Bargain. Pleasant busi ness for a lady or invalid ; established and in paying order; small capital re quired ; owner leaving city. Call at Circulating Library, First avenue and Jefferson street. Dr. Hamblin and Mr. Champ have The Republican's thanks for a fine lot of grapes raised on the asylum farm. By the way the asylum farm is pro ducing a large quantity of fruit and vegetables, all that the asylum can con sume. An outing party made up of L. Plank and family, Mrs. Williams. Miss Grace Curns and Miss Zeigler will leave to morrow on a trip to the mountains. They will go to the Mogollons which have become the favorite baunt 'of recreation seeking Phoenicians. The case against Paul Smyley, charged with conducting a dance house, was tried before Recorder Schwartz yesterday. The matter was indefinitely postponed without action, it having come to the notice of the court tbat the cause of complaint had been removed. Emory Mowre and family and Rev. E. G. Roberts of Tempe, and family re turned yesterday from a month's out ing, passed chiefly at Stoneman's lake in the Mogollon mountains. From there they went to Prescott, returning by the way of Castle Creek. In the case of J. H. Root vs. Wild man, Peters and Goldman and Consta ble Fellows in which the defendants were enjoined from selling property be longing to the plaintiff, a motion to dissolve was heard and denied yester day by Court Commissioner Jordan. The body of J. S. Bryan, who died nearly three weeks ago on the road near Five Points, was buried yesterday by Randal & Davis. The body had been kept at the undertaking rooms to await the result of a correspondence with the dead man's relatives at Re public, Mo. Selim Michaelson yesterday recovered his gold wat?h stolen from his room in the Gileon block last Sunday night. Its return was mysterious. J. J. Griffin was charged with the theft of it. After Griffin's arrest for other offenses Mr. Michaelson was approached by some person unknown to him and was told that the watch would be restored in case his complaint against Griffin was not followed. The complaint was dismissed, but for want of evidence and not with a view of compromising the case. A claim and delivery suit was begun in district court yesterday by H. E. Slosser against Jack Newman to re cover a drove of 140 hogs valued at $500. The complaint throws an air of mystery about the manner in which the hogs passed into Mr. Newman's hands. The plaintiff alleges that he left a num ber of hogs on shares with another per son. He only knows that he has no share of them now and that Mr. .New man has all of them. The suit is in spired by a sense of curiosity to learn how it was done. The matter of the $500 alluded to in the complaint is inci dental. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Highest Award. BERLIN LETTER. Cholera Invades Eastern Germany. The Situation Growing Worse in Russia. Germany's Warlike Represen tation En Route to Corea. The Massing of Russian Forces Con sidered Significant Japan Re lies on European Powers. Copyright 1894 by Associated Press. Berlin, Aug. 11. Cholera is slowly but steadily spreading westward. The disease has obtained a foothold in nineteen Russian provinces where deaths by hundreds are recorded daily, Cholera exists in seven districts of Galicia and scores of deathB from the disease take place every day in that section. In Prussia, especially in Dantzic, the situation grows worse in spite of the closing of the frontier at Golub on the river Drewens opposite Dobrozin, Poland. The rest of Ger many appears to be free from cholera, although a few sporadic cases have oc curred here and there. Two strongly armed new cruisers, the Comorant and Condor, now in reserve at Kiel, will be sent to Eastern Asia. Two of the cruisers are manned by 160 men. The gun boats litis' and Wolt are already in Chinese waters and with the cruisers sent to the far east last week and the Comorant and Condor, Germany will have a total force of seven ships and a thousand men in the vicinity of Corea. Frederick William of Mecklenberg, is serving as a naval lieu tenant on board the Alexandrine, one of the cruisers now on her way to Corea. It is estimated that nearlv 30,000 Rus si'an troops are in eastern Siberia and they have with them sixty -four heavy guns. This in connection with the fact that Russia has sent eight war ships under sealed orders to Corea and that the commander-in-chief of eastern Si beria 18 to hold his troops in readiness to march at any moment is regarded as significant. Japanese diplomats here express per fect confidence that the powers will not permit China to annex Corea. THE MEXICAN CIRCUS. An Act Which Had Not Been Pre viously Advertised. Cabello's Mexican circus performed before a tent full of people last night. The performance consisted of acrobatic work, tumbling and tne flying trapeze. Of course a clown was on hand to fill space and burlesque what the perform ers did and tell funny stories, rather pointed some of them were, and sing songs. An act was performed, how ever, that was not down on the program which for a moment was highly thril ling inasmuch as it was an accident. Messrs. Pacheco and Cabello were doing a double trapeze act. Cabello was to drop some eight feet and alight astride the body of Pacheco who had his feet on a horizontal bar stretched out hold ing ropes that were hung perpendicnlar to his hands. As Cabello dropped upon the body of Pacheco, Pacheco's grip way way and down they went to the ground some twelve feet. The show was a very good one. MORE LITIGATION. An Old Mlnlnsr Claim Sore to Be Re opened. Preparation is being made for more litigation over the Consolidated Gold and Silver Mill and Mining company. An affidavit was filed yesterday by Geore Stimson of Oakland, Cal., as presi dent ot the Ithaca Consolidated Gold and Silver Mill and Mining company, and attorney in fact for Mrs. Ann Hickies, executrix of the estate of Dr. W. W. Hickies, stating that he had forbidden the party now holding ad verse possession, to erect a mill on the claim. It is further stated that at the same time, July 19, the affiant and his witnesses, J. F. Holden and F. Marcel Dugas, had been forbidden by the same party to enter upon the claim for the purpose of doing assessment work. The person now in possession is C. S. Merrill, who is engaged in constructing a ten-stamp mill at the mine. The original owner or one of the principal owners of the mine was Dr. Hickies, whOBe widow is represented by Mr. Stimson. The clause of the affidavit referring to the assessment work seems to have been thrown in to fill up, since no assessment work is required this year. A NEW POPULIST CLUB. A Mass Meeting to Arrange for a Primary Election. A Populist mass meeting was held at Gardiner's hall last night at which the Phcenix Populist club was erected on the ashes of a former Peoples Party club. The old club was called to order by G. H. Trook and it immediately ad journed sine die and was resolved into a mass meeting of which Mr. Trook was made chairman and T. F. Lyons secretary. A committee consisting of T. F. Lyons, S. S. Green and J. A. Earl was appointed to draft a head for a roll of membert. The roll was. signed by. about si yenty-five persons and the Insurance. Tie fa M Lift Insurance Company. BOONE A 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 ABRAMS Real Estate and" Insurance. WuMiiitM Street, Near Monition Block. Arctic loo WorliH. . Half a Cent A Pound For fifty pounds and over, has been. Is and will be the K tor Ice. Oar Ice la Frozen Solid, Lasts and Is'CIear. p. MnsroR. meeting proceeded to shape itself into a permanent organization. . Fred Hudson was elected chairman and T. F. Lyons secretary. The only business to be transacted was to pre pare for the primaries to be held next Wednesday. A list of thirty persons' was chosen, ont of which twenty will be selected at the primaries as delegates to the county Populist convention. The following thirty were chosen : ' JS. Hudson, U. T. GUlett, li. ts. .Nor ton, M. M. Casterline, John A. Earl, P. L. Hirsch, M. H. Reno, B. Douglass, W. C. Deputy, A. J. Wilson, J. W. Curns, L. G. Coombs, J. Q. White, Fred Hudson, J. U. Hall, M. Han ville, A. Buck, E. Gibson, W.W.Ed wards, Lew Roche, E. H. Mowre, Dr. W. L. Woodruff, S. B. Wickersham, (i. W. Chapman, ChaB. Ruff, W. R. Reno, 8. S. Green, Geo. H. Trook, J. Maddox, R. E. Farrington. The primaries will be held at J. Q. White's store opposite the Commer cial block. They will be open from 10 a. m. to 7 p. m. James Fowler, of the Pacific Grotto, probably makeB more than half of the pastry used in Phoenix. $10,000 to loan on barley in ware house. Interest low. Dalton & Lamm, S. W. cor. 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