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PHCENIX, ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 11, 1894. VOL. V. NO 96. Last Chance This week is the last chance to secure goods at the give-away prices we have been quoting. Negligee" Shirts, Light Weight Pants, , Summer Shoes and v 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. GOLDBBBG BEOS. Jamxb A. FLBmNa, President P. J. Colk. Vice-President. A. H. Harscher, Cashier. D m mm THB ONLY United States Depositary IN ARIZONA. Paid Up Capital, - - $100,000 U. S. Bonds to Secure Deposits, 50,000 Depositary for the Territorial Funis. The only Steel-Lined Vaults and Steel Safety Deposit IBoxesin Arizona. Interest Pail on Time Deposits. General Banking Business. Drafts Issued on All the Principal Cities of the World. Phoenix. Arizona. MACHINE SHOPi e apital Machine Shops Madison. St. Bet. Center anl First Ave., Phoenix, Ariz. epared to do all kinds 1 r it ITl'l ITT Pipe Fitting, Machine aid Boiler pi 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 Nklllfally Balanced. Sickles Qrouud and Repaired. S. K. Lincoln. M. 8. WEBB. E. E. LINCOLN & CO. HARDWARE. HENRY E. KEMP & CO. Refrigerators. ' Granite Garden Hose. Vapor Stoves. HARDWARE. Paints. Builders' Hardware Barb Wire, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. FOUNDRY. FOUNDRY. THE STANDARD IRON WORKS. SoufhuUf Capitol tads. , HUGHES & CROWDED OUT. Survival of the Unfittest in California. Chinese and Japanese Cheap Laborers Excluding Italians, Portuguese and Other Latin Races. The Latter Give Up the Flsht and Are Surrendealnar the Field to the Mongolians. By the Associated Press. San Francisco, Sept. 10. The steam ers which arrive here weekly from Aus tralia, New Zealand, Hawaii, China, Japan and Central American states, have few if any immigrants, while em igration becoming greater daily. Ital ian, Portuguese and Slavonian laborers do not like the outlook for next winter and are making a rush for the east and Europe. An agent who controls much of the travel between this city and Europe said today: "During the last month I sold over 430 steamship tickets to Italians and Portuguese who wanted to get out of California. Last week I sold 125 tickets and on Saturday morning I sent away fifty-three Italians who wanted to escape the winter in San Francisco. The Latin people as a class are afraid to risk next winter here and all who have money are hurrying home. Those who cannot reach Spain, Italy or Portugal are going east as they consider i by The Republican of correspondents at points nearest the place of the re ported massacre, out ho information of it could be obtained. It was learned, however, that there was a surveying party out about thirty miles from Hua cbuca. THE CAMP MEETING. Services Will Be Continued During Another Week. The camp meeting of the M. E. church south at Norton's Grove will be continued another week. The success on Sunday night, the date which had been fixed for the closing, was so re markable, giving evidence of bo great interest, that a continuance was decided upon. There were twenty-three con versions among whom were represented three races and four nationalities. A Pima boy, a student at the Indian school, a colored man, twenty Ameri cans and one Mexican made up the list of converts on that night. There had previously been about sixty con verts. In anticipation of closing on Sunday night baptismal services took place in the afternoon. LOCAL BRIEFS. A heavy draft team of horses or mules is wanted by William Reilly at Cox's brick yard. The Christian Endeavor society will give an ice cream social at the residence of Mr. L. L. Plank on Thursday night. Sam Seip's handsome new house on North First avenue is almost finished and he will move into it the latter part of the month. A twenty-five pound male wild cat as treed and killed by Percy Graham and A. NewBholm last Sunday. It measured three feet from tail to whisk ers. The school board yesterday awarded the contract for painting the roofs and domes of the East and West End school buildings to Kent & Thoman at 80 cents per square. A - -. f tt t 1 1 1 1 thPir phunffiiTof ffPttinir work there het- i a "lajuiii.y "i ie aepuuncan aeiega g "tionto the territorial convention left .r. ; " .. '. ,..-.. f last night for Tucson. The rest of the but simply of the survival of the man who will work for the least money. In consequence the Chinese and Japanese hold the fort." PIMA COUNTY Republicans Nominate a Strong and Winning Ticket. Tucson, Ariz., Sept. 10. The. Repub lican county convention convened in this city today and nominated a iicko;, conceded on all sides to be representa tive and a winner. It is as follows : T. F. Wi'son, council; H. K. Cheno with, J..B. Holt, Leo. Goldschmidt, I. A. Shedd, assembly ; C. F. Schumacher, Geo. W. Atkinson, surjervisor; R. A. Johnson, treasurer; Eb. Williams, dis trict attorney ; J. W. Taylor, sheriff; Alex McKay, recorder ; S. B. Conley, probate judge; N. Meyers, assessor; L. B. Chillson, surveyor. delegation will leave for the capital of Pima tonight. The convention sits to morrow. City Collector Wood says the Chinese are the most prompt payers of city license. He never has to call upon them. They ail seem to know pre cisely when the quarter is due and come in. ." P. J. Clark, who represents himself las being connected with The Repub- ". -i lican, is an impostor. Business men ZULICK FORNINST IT. He Opposes the Removal of Geronl mo and His Braves. Washington, Sept. 10. Ex-Gov. Zulick is in the city and has written a letter to the president vigorously op posing the removing of Chief Geronimo and his Apaches from Mount Vernon barracks, in Alabama, where they are now confined, to their former reserva tion in Arizona. THE TELLTALE CRANE. A Novel and Secret Railroad Black listing; Scheme. Omaha, Sept. 10. Omaha railroad men are much alarmed over the dis covery of what they regard as a novel blacklist being worked by all western railroads. Since the strike men seek ing employment are required to bring a clearance from their last company. The men claim that all companies are using a sheet of paper on which to write these recommendations that have the figure of a crane worked in it and while the writing may indicate that the bearer is all right, the position of the bird on the paper which invariably is the same except to a close observer, really determines the applicant's stand ing. In this manner by a secret code of signals between them, the railroads, the men assert, can write them a letter and by using the paper with the figure of the crane indicating dissatisfaction, prevent their securing work. A GRAPEVINE AFFAIR. Cor- The United Press Makes the bett-Jackson Fight Sure. Chicago, Sept. 10. The Daily NewB says the utmost disgust is being ex pressed in sporting circles of Chicago over a fake dispatch sent out by the United Press concerning the proposed Jackson-Corbett fight. The dispatch concocted in the office of the alleged news association said that Jackson had signed articles for the fight with Cor bett. The facts are that he did not sign articles, and has not so far done so and most probably never will, as he has re peatedly declared he would not. REPORTED BUT UNCONFIRMED. Story of a Massacre Near Hua chuca Canyon. A rumor was circulated yesterday along the coast that a party of survey ors had been massacred by Indians near Huach uca canyon . Telegraphic inquiries fros Angeles and San Francisco were received at The Republican office last night and in turn inquiries were made and others me i.aii.ed thav tions made by him are not recognized by this paper. Invitations are out for the wedding of E. H. Abbot on the 24th of this month at Los Gatos.Cal., where he is at present. A handsome $2,000 residence has just been built for Mr. Abbot's occupancy by Builder Deats. The whole town turned out veeter- day afternoon to assist the fire depart ment in the extinguishment of a burn ing chicken coop in the southern part of the city. Two chickens and a bale of hay went up in smoke. The Tempe Land and Improvement company yesterday began three suits for the recovery of notes secured by mortgages.' The separate defendants are Ben P. Hooke, Jr., Jackson Br a Da man and Eugene A. Schmidt. Messrs. Mayor Monihon and Council men Lewis and Moss went into session yesterday morning as a city board of equalization. They immediately ad journed until 10:20 this morning and will sit every day during the week from the same hour. The attention of the board of super visors yesterday was monopolized by the bond matter in district No. 21, the Nephi district. An issue of 11200 had been voted but the opponents of the measure entered a protest before the board which after a careful hearing de cided to permit the issue to be made. Ed Hughes was in police court yes terday morning for disturbing the pro ceedings at the Salvation Army Sunday night. It turned out that Mr. Hughes was moved by no hostile intent bat was acting under the influence of a jag which which was not included in the charge against him. He was dis charged. Louis Holley for street sleepiness and drunkenness was given three days. The following transfers of real estate were yesterday entered for record : Joseph Guyer to Ephraim Rose, ten acres in ne J , sec 3, tp 1 s, r 4 e, $600. George H. Schuerman and wife to A. W. Lamm, lot 5 and the west half of lot 2, blok 8, Neahr's addition. A. W. Lamm to T. E. Dalton, above described property. J. G. Hopkins to George A. Green, lots 1, 2 and 3 in block 44, Capi tol addition, $400. The prize fight came off at the park Sunday afternoon as advertised and without interference from the officers. A rather slim crowd attended, showing that these brutal exhibitions are losing favor with the people. Popular senti ment does not approve the action of the officers in permitting the law to be thus flagrantly violated. Prize fighting is a felony under the laws of Arizona and to attend one is a misdemeanor. In this connection it is to be hoped that who ever may be elected this fall they will do their duty in maintaining the law. Maria Gilmore, a drunken denizen of the disinfected district, was in Justice Johnstone's court yesterday charged with disturbance of the peace and aspersion against the character of Charlotte Monroe. She came into court with cyclonic haste and a smell of rum and made a verbal assault upon Constable Garfias, who had arrested her. She was sternly silenced by the court but when his back was turned she amused herself by making faces at the officer and with her hand to the side of her mouth whispering loud enough to be heard across the street, "Oh ye black naygur! Oh ye monkey ye !" She got twenty-hve days in the county jail RATHER HIGH. Assessment of Demo cratic Candidates. A List of Comparative Pre-Election Values. The Victims Ask How So Much Money Can Be Spent. - Attention by the Way Is Respect fully Called to a Certain Para graph of the Penal Code. Insurance. The New York Life A well defined path was worn yester day from the head of Wall street to the office of District Attorney Williams, who is incidentally chairman of the Democratic County Central committee. The path was made by candidates nomi nated at the late Democratic conven tion. Thev were going to Mr. Williams' office to ascertain what it was going to cost them to be candidates and their pockets were laden with gold and silver. They left a great deal of it with the chairman of the committee, so that when they came away they didn't tramp on the earth so heavily. Some unreason ing persons would suppose from this circumstance that they didn't do eo much for the path when they went back to the head of Wall street, but that's just where they are mistaken. They dragged their feet more and of course increased the definition of the path. A Republican reporter met one of the plucked pigeons and obtained the following schedule of assessments drawn up bv the committee: Sheriff f 750 District Attorney 250 Recorder 250 Treasurer 250 Probate Judge 150 Assessor 120 Justices of the peace, 2, $120 each 240 Councilman 100 Assemblymen, 4, $100 each 400 Constables, 2. $100 each 200 Supervisors, 2, $75 each 150 Total '. i 2,( These figures produced a great deal of kicking. Some of the candidates said that times were too hard and others lookinp at the grand total said ' they A ere u jabie to sua uun f,St'J eJM I legitimatelv spent in the campaign. No one refused to pay on account of any moral objection to the assessment bat some did not pay on the much firmer and less debatable ground that they had not the money. The following Paragraph 79 of the Penal Code, under the head of Election Crimes, became an object of interest to certain candidates : ' ' . It shall not be lawful for any committee, con vention or other association formed for the purpose of nominating a candidate or candi dates for office in this territory to levy, assess, collect, demand or receive directly or indirectly any money or other valuable thing from any candidate nominated for office by such com mittee or convention or other association either for the expense of printing or distribut ing tickets or for anv of the expenses of the election of such candidat or candidates or for the expenses of such nominating convention or other association or under or upon any pre tense whatever. It will be remembered that at the late Democratic county convention the successful candidates were assessed $2.50 in direct violation- of the above mentioned paragraph. It will also be remembered that at the Republican county convention a week later, the ex penses were defrayed by the willing contributions not of the candidates but of the delegates and other sanguine and enthusiastic Republicans and in strict conformity with the law. A REAL NOVELTY. Handsome Salt River Valley Souve nir China Ware. The B. Heyman Furniture company yesterdyy received direct from Germany a handsome invoice of souvenir China ware. The ware was manufactured in Germany on a special order placed by Mr. Heyman. The views are perfect, representing the Arizona Falls and the B. Heyman Furniture company's store. Other orders will shortly be placed on which other scenes will be shown. The ware is of a highly novel char acter and is well worth a visit to that popular establishment for the purpoBe of inspection. It furnishes not only a novelty for tbe Phoenix ladies to add to their souvenir collections, but affords a very interesting present to be sent east by citizens of Phoenix as well as touriBts. In addition to this souvenir ware Mr. Heyman is receiving the largest and handsomest line of furniture, China and glass waie, etc., ever brought to the valley. 3 Miss Nelson's Classes. Twenty more voices are wanted for Mies Nelson's singing classes. Train ing exercises will commence September 12, and members will be admitted up to October 1. The object of the sing ing class is strictly voice culture Charges are $3 a month and the class will rehearse twice a week in a large hall. Classes are also forming for banjo, mandolin and guitar, for which pupils will be received up to September 17. Lessons twice a week. The ultimate object of these classes is that scholars may learn music for purposes of social enjoyment, but the first three months will be devoted to the study of Bight reading ol music. , - All intending pupils should be pre pared to pay a month's tuition in ad vance and to give references. Call at the studio, Gilaon block. Insurance Company. BOONE & LEWIS General Managers For Arizona. Rooms 5 and 6 Fleming Block Money Loaned on Policies at 6 per cent per annum. Call and see us if you want To Place a Gilt-Edged Loan Heal Instate fc Xsuranoe. BAKER AND ABRAMS Real: Estate v anl': Insurance. Washington Street, Kear Monihon Block. Arctic I co AVoritH. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Highest Award. Half a Gent A Pound For fifty pounds and over, has been, is and will be the ARCTIC I( for ice. Our ice is Frozen Solid, Lasts and Is Clear. p.MnsroR. Went Out In a Fop. Milwaukee, Sept. 10. The barge Baltic and t.h ar-hnnnctr ITnttio Walla coal laden, are ashore near here, the iormer on soutn point and the latter in White Fish bay. They went out in a fog and smoke last night. Tugs are now at work on the wrecks. The Baltic is insured for $45,000 and the Wells for about $4,500. No Debt. It is not merely pain that people dread in sickness. Many a man will bear the pain unflinchingly who ut terly breaks down in view of the heavy expense involved, often increased by his being incapacitated for work and thus deprived of his income. To each persons Allcock's Porous Plasters are an unspeakable boon. They are within the reach of everyone. They are genuine too. Notwithstanding the innumerable counterfeits and imitations, it is always eaBy for anybody to make sure of getting the real thins at a low price. Anyone suffering from weakness of the chest, throat, stomach, kidneys, liver, or from lame back, will find them a cheap and sure remedy. Brandreth'B Pills are a good corrective. Dr. D. M. Purman, diseases of women. For sale cheap Old papers by the hundred or thousand at this office. ' Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. CREAM MUM MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fie from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. YEARS THE STANDARD.