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FIFTH YEAR. PHCENIX, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 2, 1894. VOL. V. NO. 89. Last Chance. This week is the last chance to secure goods at I he give-away prices we have been quoting. Negligee Shirts, Light Weight Pants, Summer- Shoes and Summer Hats at less than ever before offered. . In a few days we will place our gigantic fall line on sale. These Summer Goods are going at egre giously outlandish figures. Don't miss 'em. GOLDBERG BEOS. Jiif as A. Fleming, President. P. J. Colb. Vice THE tates rain United S IN ARIZONA. Paid Up Capital, 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 Tiie Deposits. General Banking Business. Drafts Issued on All the Principal Cities of the World. Phoenix. iVrizona. MA.CIII1VE SHOP. apital Machine Shops Madison St. Bel. Center and First Ave., Phoenix, Ariz. Are prepared to do all kinds II. a- ot Pipe Fitting, MIMO -Farm Machinery. We have recently opened the finest eqiippea shop in the territory, and during the spring months will make the repairing of threshers and farm machinery a specialty. Separator Cylinders Sickles Uroaad and E. E. K. E. Lincoln. M. S. Webb. HAKDWARE. HENRY E. KEMP & CO. HARDWARE. Refrigerators. Granite Garden Hose. Vapor Stoves. AGRICULTURAL FOUNDRY. FOUNDRY. THE STANDARD IRON WORKS. "W.S?r HUGHES & - President. A. H. Harscher, Cashier. NATIONAL BANK ONLY Depositary - - $100,000 . ..J n HT.A 111 MID! HOIK. Skillfully Balanced. Repaired. LINCOLN & CO Paints. Builders' Hardware Barb Wire, IMPLEMENTS. A DEAD HERO. The Passing of General N. P. Banks. The End of a Long Busy Career. and Worthy He Proved Himself of Honor. A Statesman Who Laid Aside His Work Only Long Enough to Gain Fame as a Warrior. By the Associated Press. Waltham, Mass., Sept. 1. General Nathaniel P. Banks died at his home here this morning at the age of seventy eight years. Nearly two years ago the general had brain trouble, hut only during the past two weeks has his condition been seri ous, several days ago he became un able to recognize members of his family and the doctors gave him up. He died easily and was unconscious, surrounded by his family. Flags are flying at half mast. The funeral will take place Tuesday. A detail of the G. A. R. will escort the body to Ashbury Temple, where it will lie in state. He was born in Waltham, January 20. 1816, of poor, but respectacble par ents, operatives in a factory. He had only common school advantages. His first venture before the public was in the capacity of a newspaper editor in his native town. He studied law, but did not practice to any great extent. In 1848 he was elected a member of the Massachusetts legislature, where he served for a time in both houses and officiated as speaker. He waB elected in 1857 governor of Massachusetts, hav ing served two terms in congress, where he had been elected as speaker, and it is eaid that none of his decisions have ever been overruled. He was twice re elected governor of Massachusetts. During the rebellion from 1861 to 1864 he served as a major general of volun teers and saw much active service. He was afterward elected to the Thirty-ninth, Fortieth, Forty-second, Forty-fourth and Forty-fifh cor gresses and was among the most active and influential members. In 1879 he was appointed United States marshal of the district of Massachusetts and wbb reappointed in 1883. He has lived a retired life for the last ten years. Ha leaves a daughter, the talented actress, Miss Maude Banks. FIREBUGS LYNCHED. One of Them Had Served a Term for Arson. Memphis, Sep. 1. Dan Hawkins, a negro, was arrested a year ago with several others, charged with burning barns and residences. One negro pris oner confessed to belonging to a gang of firebrands, of which Hawkins was the leader. Hawkins was sent to prison and has only been out a few weeks. From the time he was liberated the burning recommenced. The sheriff obtained evidence that Hawkins and a gang of five were doing the work and that night procured a wagon and driver and drove to the abodes of the suspected negroes. They were all handcuffed and chained and the party started back. In the woods masked men Btopped them and shot all the negroes to pieces and escaped. GOVERNMENT FINANCES. The Public Debt and Growing Treas ury Receipts. Washington, Sep. 1. The monthly statement of the public debt issued by the treasury department shows a de crease in the public debt of $1,713,654, including certificates and treasury notes offset by an equal amount of cash in the treasury. Closed by Drouth. Omaha, Sep. 1. Today the Missouri Pacific closed thirteen telegraph sta tions. This is one of the results of the drouth. Most ot these stations have been maintained for the benefit of grain shippers. Died of Joy. Oakland, Sep. 1. John Desmoyer, an aged Frenchman, a boot black, thiB afternoon fell dead on Seventh street from heart disease immediately after hearing that he bad won $9 in a Chi nese lottery. None the Worse for Bumping. Astoria, Or., Sep. 1. The British bark Glencairn is now safely in port and apparently is none the worse for the bumping she received on the sands off Point Adams light last night. LOCAL BRIEFS. On September 17 Mrs. Cj H. Burv will open a private school at No. 246 Jefferson street. The dance next Wednesday evening at mcenix park promises to be an en joyable and orderly affair. A supply of school books fully equal to the greatest possible demand has been laid in by the Irvine Co. The school trustees of this district have decided to postpone the opening of the schools to September 24. License marry was isBued yesterday to Henry H. Hedgepeth and Margaret A. Clary both of the county. The Tarn O'Shanters made a sneak last night ; and it is surmised that they went to George Coate's place. A big pile of sand, the first instal ment of material for the new jail has already been plaeed on the ground. The Phoenix fruit store is not open Sundays, but for fruit and confection ery any other day in the week it ia un equaled. D. Battin, of the steam laundry, called at The Republican office last night to say that the laundry team has not run away for a week. Regular services will be held at the Christian church today, morning and evening, will be ' The subject for the The New Birth." morning The familiar countenance of Dr. E. E. Prowell will be seen today and there after behind the counters and prescrip tion case at Wakelin's pharmacy. Fourteen members of the local lodge of Good Templars visited the Flora lodge at Cartwright last night. They looked dissipated when they got back. At the old reliable and original Novelty store on Washington street op posite the Monihon block, can be found the cheapest tinware and crockery in Phoenix. Superintendent Thorndyke, of the Bull Dog mine, came after supplies last evening. He reports that the working shaft is down ninety-four feet and that the volume of water has . increased to about sixty gallons a minute. 8ilver will not jump much higher be fore local mill owners will resume the shipment of the white metal ores again. Luke and Kirkland contemplate opera ting their excellent mine in the Brad shaws. The South Gila Canal company will Bhortly be in full operation again. The property on the works of the San Fran cisco Bridge company, which has been attached, has been released, the claims against the company having been aatiB' lied. There will be no preaching at the Presbyterian church this morning, but this evening, at the usual hour, the pastor will preach at the platform late ly used for the union services, immedi ately west of the church. Next Sabbath all the regular services will be resumed Two Indians were arrested last night on a warrant issued by Justice John stone charging them with stealing a saddle from another Indian named Preston Oga. The theft was committed several days ago and the saddle was sold by the two Indians at Dorris' sec ond hand store on Friday. The Tonto and Globe stage was held np and robbed last Monday night by two men. The driver was knocked irom niB seat with a stone and lay un conscious. Registered mail amounting to about $400 was taken. The robbers left no clue. It is feared that the driver will not recover from his injuries. About 1 o'clock this morning persons living in the neighborhood of Fourth and Monroe streets were frightened out ot their beds and senses by three pistol snots wnicn rang out with noisy vin- dictiveness. The Bhooting occured on a vacant lot east of the academy of the Sacred Heart and was followed bv loud feminine screams. The usual services of the Washington Street M. E. church, Rev. G. L. Pear son, pastor, will be renewed today and will be as follows: Sundav school at 9:45 a. m., preaching at 11 a. m., gen eral class meeting at 12 m.. Epworth league at b:d(J p. m., and preaching at 7 :30 p.m. The public is cordially in vited to attend these services. Ihe lollowing transfers of real estate were yesterday entered for record. Geo W. Sirnne, Wm. Passey and W. J. Le- Baron trustees to John N. McBrayer and wile, lot 1, block 43, Mesa. John N. McBrayer and wife to C. W. Crouse above described proper. Beatrice Walker and J. W. Walker to D. J Edwards, lot 2, block 8, Phoenix, $8000 Two young men are daily seen parad ing tne street at a pace which suggests that they are going after a doctor. They are ciaa in neavy sweaters and alto gether look uncomfortable. One of these is Blakay and the other Kid Wil son, engaged in training for their twenty-round glove contest next Sun- J r.L. . . . uay. xum are wonting hard and are getting into good form. Ihe Richelieu saloon doors will be thrown open at 7:30 p. m. tomorrow Messrs. Butler and Oakes have gone to consioeraoie expense to fit the place up and judging from what little can be seen through cracks it is elegantly ap pointed. No doubt it will be one of the most attractive resorts on the coast, A decorative artist has been working on it since tne miaoue oi June. 1. W. emberton, administrator of the estate of Oscar L. Gibbs. annlieil in probate court yesterday for an order to sea the real estate of the estate and ap piy the proceeds to the payment of claims against it. rne order was en terea ana nwncation was given per sons interested to appear at the court houBeo n October 9, and show cause, i any, why the sale should not take place Ihe Tempe and Phcenix baseball clubs will begin a senea of three eamea The first game will be held at the park iuuay. ine grand stand will be moved nearer the diamond so that visitors will -have the best possible view of the game. Out of these games it is expected will grow an interest which will result in building up a base ball team that can hold its own against any aggregation in Arizona. mi i i ... iue court nouse water closets were connected yesterday with the sewer system. Nearly two years ago the supervisors were induced to adopt a ury air cioset system, it worked all right until three months ago when it stopped. There was a threatened de preciation of real estate values in the neighborhood and it was even feared that there wouldn't be enough gentle men in the county who would care to accept positions in the court house to make the fall campaign interesting, Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powdei World's Fair Highest Medal and Diploma. JOY ABROAD. Germany and the New Tariff Measure. Foreign Manufacturers in High Glee. The United States Consulates Crowded. It Is Estimated that the Imports From Germany Will Be Increased by 150 Per Cent. Copyrighted 1894, by the Associated Press. Berlin, Sep. 1. The effect of the new tariff bill has been instantaneous in Berlin, Frankfort and other export centers. The very day the law went into effect invoices passing through the United States consulate general in creased 50 per cent and on the following two days the number was doubled. The industries most affected are decorative china, paper ware and chemicals. The whole German export trade to the u nited states will be in creased owing to the passage of the United States tariff measure from 100 to 150 per cent for some months if the present indications can be relied upon The Vossische Zeitung printed ver batim a translation of the United States tariff bill on Wednesday last in an extra edition, a piece of journalism which is much commented upon here as being quite a departure from the usual methods adopted in such cases. ihe bill naturally has attracted wide spread attention and United States con sulates trough the manufacturing dis tricts of Germany are flooded with in quiries as to the proper interpreta tion ot the of the new duties and tar iffs which come under them. This is es pecially the case with the bigger man ufacturing fir.rns as the latter are tak ing steps to increase their export busi ness to the utmost under the new meas ure. FLIMMER AND MURPHY. The Celebrated Bantams to Meet at New Orleans. New York, Sep. 1. Billy Plimmer the bantam champion, and Johnnv Murphy, the little boxer of Boston, met this afternoon and signed articles of agreement to meet in a finish contest under the auspices of the Olympic club ot iNew Orleans on September 24. The match is for a purse of $4,000. HAVE YOU ANY LIKE IT? A New Counterfeit Bank Note Dis covered. Washington, D. C., Sep. 1. A new counterfeit $2 bank note has been dis covered by the redemption agency of the treasury department. It is on the Commercial National bank of Provi dence, R. I., series 1882, Garfield head check letter A, charter No. 1.319. bank numoer, zu.boU, treasury number 597.- 513, W. F. Rosecrans, register, C. N Jordan, treasurer. Base Ball Yesterday. Philadelphia St. Louis. 8 : Philadel pma, o. Brooklyn h irst Game. Brooklvn. 6 Louisville, 5 ; second game, Brooklyn aj ; jbouisvine, 8. Pittsburg Washington. 6 : Pitts burg, 15. Baltimore Cleveland, 2: Balti more, 5. Philadelphia St. Louis, 9 : Philadel phia, 19. Pittsburg Washington, 11 : Pitts burg, 4. TWO LABOR DAYS. Opportunity for Rest Offered Postmasters. to Washington. Sen. 1. The first Mon day in September is Labor Day as es tablished by congress and on Mondav all offices of the federal government are closed by law. 8ome stateB, however have set a different day and the post olhce department vesterdav told the postmasters they could close on the state Labor Day also if they chose, but it was not compulsory. FIRE RECORD. County Hospital at Visalla, Destroyed. Cal. Visalia, Cal., Sep. 1. The county nospital here was destroyed bv hre to day. Nothing was saved but a few blankets, there being no facilities for fighting the fire. All the patients es uupea ana were Drought to town on street cars. There were twenty of them and they are now cared for at tfi county jail. The cause of the hre is unknown. A Town Burning Up. Boscobel, Wis., Sep. 1. The village ot Muscadon, Grant county, is burning, A special train with fire apparatus has leit tor the scene. Forest Fires. Dulcth, Minn., Sep. 1. The town of Wrenshal, Minn., on the Northern Pa cific, and Southrange, Wis., are threat ened with destruction by forest fires. A $1,400 FALL. A Stevedore Receives Partial Satis faction for Injuries. San Francisco, Sep 1. In the Uni ted States court today William Bourne, a crippled stevedorereceived a verdict against the Pacific Mail Steamship company for damages in the sum of Insurance. Tie lew M Life 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 Ileal Estate fe Isuronoe. BAKER AND ABRAMS Real ." Estate and . Insurance. Washineton Street, Near Monihon Block -A-rotlo Ioe "Works. Half a Gent A Pound For fifty pounds and over, has been, Is and will be the I for ice. Our ice is Frozen Solid, lasts and Is Clear. P. MTNOE. $1,400 and his costs in prosecuting the case. Early one morning in September last Bourne went to board one of the com pany's steamers to begin his day't work and fell through a batch that had been carelessly left open. He is now bedridden from spinal injuries resulting from hiB fall. Singing Class. Everyone who can sing at all ia in vited to call at Miss Nelson's studio and have their voices tried free of charge. The object is to secure talent for a singing class. No one will be ad mitted to the claBS after training exer cises have commenced. MiBS Nelson is a pupil of Lamberti, of Italy. Voices will be developed in the most artistic manner. Call at once at the Gilson block. A gentle fresh milch cow for sale cheap. Inquire this office. James Fowler, of the Pacific Grotto, probably makes more than half of the pastry used in Phoenix. Dr. D. M. Purman, diseases of women. Send us 75 cents in stamps and we will mail you The Weekly Republican for six months. No better way to learn all about the Great Salt River valley and its unparaleled climate and re sources. Awarded Highest Honor World's Fair. DR,' CREAM BOONE 4 LEWIS mm V Hi MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fre from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. JO YEARS THE STANDARD.