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J' -iiQ . - FOURTH YEAR. PIKENIX, ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1894. VOL. V. NO. 141. Goldberg Bros Clothing Store A Clothing Store with a great big We Buy, Sell and Dream Clothing 24 hours a day. Making a specialty of it We Undersell Special attention this w eek to our line of White dirts. A fine iiHSIiir LI See our show window. A better one for 5c. and others at S1.00, $1.25, 81.50 81.75. All Sizes. Just re ceived complete line of Wilson Bros. Skirts at Lowest prices; a good Unlaundried shirt for 50c. Always Look for Our Sign at Door. Remember Our Free Labor Office. . OljCi ioldberg Bros Clothing Store. THE END CAME. The Czar of AH theRus sias is Dead. Passes Away in a Parox ysm of Agony. How the News Was Received at Washington. A Letter of Condolence to Be For warded Today by President Cleveland. By the Associated Press. Lividia, Nov. 1. The czar is dead. He passed the night without sleep, the activity of his heart diminishing rapid ly and respiration was difficult till death came to his relief. News at Washington. ( Washington, Nov. 1. The announce ment of the czar's death brought'pro found grief to the Russian legation at Washington. The official word came late this afternoon in the following cable from the minister of foreign affairs at St. Petersburg. "It has pleased our Lord to recall to Him our most beloved sovereign. Em peror Alexander III, died at Lividia this afternoon at 2:15." (Signed) Gierb. The minister communicated the in formation to the state department, but owing to the absence at the time from the city of the president, who was squirrel shooting, it is probable the message of sympathy and condolence from President Cleveland will not be sent until tomorrow. The Prince and Princess of Wales. Vienna, Nov. 1. The Prince and Princess of Wales arrived here this afternoon and proceeded to the British embassy, where they were informed of the death of the czar. The prince and princess will continue their journey to Lividia by special train tonight. HERNDON NOT IN IT. Will Lose Yavapai County by 500 Votes. Judgre Wright Makes a Telling Speech In Prescott and Ans wers General Heney. Special to The Republican. Prescott, Ariz., Nov. 1. Judge C. W. Wright had one of the largest and most enthusiastic meetings of the cam paign here last night. His answer to Heney was so complete that Republicans are pleased that Mr. Heney made his speech here. Mr. Mr. Heney's mud slinging is making vates constantly for Murphy. The friends of Governor Murphy can hardly repiess a grin of satisfaction at the ridiculous attitude in which Heney has placed Mr. Herndon's candidacy. No conservative estimate of Murphy's majority in Yavapai is placed below 250. It is confidently expected that his majority will mn to 500. Herndon is positively not in it in Yavapai. The man with five years in office and no record is not wanted. A GOOD MAN. Perhaps He Is Too Nice for This World. He Refused SIO.OOO as a Fee for a Job That Many With Less Scru ples Would Have Taken. By the Associated Press. New Yokk, Nov. . The Evening Post says that it has indisputable evi dence that during the course of the Lexow investigation Mr. Goff was waited on by a person who offered him $10,000 as a fee for examination of title to a piece of real estate which was worth then less than $5,000, on condi tion that Goff would not call as a wit ness a certain captain of police or men tion the name of said, captain. Goff declined the offer and called the name of that captain the next day. COCHISE COUNTY Will Roll Up a Big Republican Majority. Tombstone, Ariz.. Nov. 1. Governor Murphy, A. J. Doran and General Sampson are receiving a royal recep tion in CochiBe county. The only ques tion is the size of Murphy's majority. It has gradually dawned on the man agers of Herndon's canvass that mud slinging is not wanted. ' Cochise county don't understand why with Mark Smith's splendid achiev ments in congress that he should at the time he might be most serviceable,be so unceremoniously turned down by the Democrats, and a new, untried, inex perienced candidate in the person of Mr. Herndon be substituted for him. Look out for Cocxiise. Biebee will surpass herself in her reception of Mur phy and Doran.- PIMA COUNTY. Will Give Her Old Time Republican Majorities. Special Correspondence. $Tucson, Ariz., Oct. 31. As election day draws near the Republicans of Pima county seem to haye an unusual amount of enthusiasm aroused and are confident of electing the entire ticket. Murphy, Johnson and Paul will lead, and old' Pima will roll up the usual majority of 150 to 200 for the entire Renublican ticket. The Republicans intend to have the "boss" meeting of the campaign on Monday night here. Governor Mur phy, Mr. Doran, Mr. Cheyney, Judge Wright, Judge Kibbey and other stal wart Republicans will be present to close the campaign. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. Southern California Railway Stockholders Meet. A Board of Directors With A. F. Walker of Chicago as President Selected by the Meeting. By the Associated Press. Los Angeles, Cal., Nov. 1. At the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Southern California railroads, A. F. Walker of Chicago, was elected pres ident. Four new directors were also elected. No other changes were made in the list of officers. Women as Spotters. Lynn, Maes., Nov. 1. A Bensation has been sprung in tb:s no-licenee city in connection with effortB of the Lynn Temperance Roforin union, an organization of ministers and church members, to secure enforcement of the prohibitory law. Within the past two weeks three young women of eminently respectable character, members of the union, have visited all the hotels in Lynn. At but three did they find dif ficulty in purchasing liquor. In five hotels they were admitted, shown to private rooms and liquor furnished them. " The liquor they preserved in the bottles and carried away. Their evidence has beeu laid before Mayor Harwood, and he has been asked to take action in the matter. If nothing is done, the union threatens to call in the aid of the state police. , THE POOLS PAY. Some of Them Declare Divi dends Yesterday, They Are Smaller Than Paid Here tofore but Are Better Than Could Be Expected. By the Associated Press. Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. I. Dividends were declared by some of the discre tionary pools today. American Syndi cate, 5 per cent; United States, 11; Pittsburg, 9J. These are smaller than the pools have been paying. ' Altgeld Pardons a Terror. Chicago, Nov. 1. Gov. Altgeld, who pardoned the Haymarket Anarchists Fielding, Neebe and Schwab, besides rtiariv other criminals, has nardcned Jiphri McGrah, convicted of burglary July 16, 1893, anil sent to Joliet prison for twenty-live years under the habitual criminal act. McGrath is twenty-eight years old. At the age of ten he stole a horse and wagon, and at twenty-one he stood trial for murdering Patrolman Adam Fryer. For a long time he led the notorious "Henry Street Gang." In September 1892, he helped hold up a South Chicago train on the Santa Fe. January 12, 1893, he beat senseless Officer Mahoney, who tried to arrest him. He was arrested for the burglary only after a sharp exchange of shots, in which he was wounded. H is Life Was In Danger. Padocah. Ky., Nov. 1. Wm. Green, the merchant charged with assaulting the 9-year-old daughter of Max Strom barg Monday last, was held to answer before the erand jury. His preliminary trial was concluded yesterday and there is much excitement. The mother of the victim attempted to shoot Green on the street while he was being taken to jail. A mob gathered, but the prisoner was landed in jail in time to prevent lynching. Green is 58 yeais of age, and a prominent member of the Cumber land Presbvterian church. He is the father of seventeen children. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Highest Award. BOUND TO WIN. A Big Political Sensation in San Francisco. Six Thousand Fraudu lent Names. Officers Threaten to Serve Warrants at the Polls. The Complainants Demand Thatthe Registering; Officer Shall Strike the Names From the Lists. By the Associated Frees. San Francisco, Nov. 1. The biggest political sensation of the campaign was sprung here this afternoon when Pri vate Detective Stilwell brought suit against Registrar Evans and 6,000 voters who he charges are illegally on the rolls. Stilwell claims to represent the Dem ocratic and non-partisan purity elec tions committees. It is alleged they have no legal residence and the com plaint demands that their namel be stricken from the register. If the local courts refuse to ' take the action de manded Stilwell declares he will secure warrants and arrest the accused men as they appear at the polls to vote, pro viying all warrants cannot be served be fore election day. She Beat Her Father. Trenton, Mo., Nov. 1. Miss Ollie Sprouts, daughter of a farmer, who lives fifteen miles northeast of this city, committed suicide Wednesday. On Tuesday evening Mr. Sprouts chastised hiB son, Oliver, and this enraged Miss Ollie, who is the boy's twin sister. She was a large, well developed young woman, and she savagely attacked her father, breaking three of his ribs and injuring him so severely internally that his life is despaired of. After her fit of anger had passed away the girl was stricken with remorse, and on Wednes day morninsr she secured a small shot gun, placed the muzzle against her left breast and pulled the trigger. Mrs. Sprouts is crazed with grief. Crank on Cleveland's Train. Elkton, Md., Nov. 1. A crank, giv ing his name as Charles D, Walters, of Atlantic City, arrived in Elkton laBt night on the Colonial express, the same train to which President Cleveland's special car was attached. Walters is tall and slender, and wears a navy blue military coat, heavily braided, and an army othcer's cap. He says he has been proclaimed maior-general of the army, admiral of the navy and superior officer over President Cleveland. He says he is going to Washington to as sume hia position and demand his pay. The man did not know that the presi dent was on the same train with him last night. A MISSING GIRL. Her Parents Distracted Over Her Mysterious Disappearance. Los-Angeles, Nov. 1. Tillie, a 10 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J as. Darling of (Shis citv has been miss ing from her ltiiasince yesterday noon when she emrteJpr . school. Her parents are qaarly dislYactediO'er her mysterious disappea'pncp. ' N Q WHITECAP MURDERERS. Three Make Confessions and Implications. The Others Are. Arrested and swear Vengeance on Their Betrayers. By the Associated Press. . Knoxii.leJ Tenn., Nov. 1. Fourteen members of a whitecap band who took part in the murder of three men in Sevier county have been arrested. Three of them confessed and. gave the names of the others who have sworn to kill their betrayers, but are kept in separate cells. A Young Blood In Trouble. Anderson, Ind., Nov. 1. Major E. E. Carter, a United States secret serv ice man, last night caused the arrest of Charles Shepherd, a young blood, and lodged him behind the' bars charged with being the leader ef a gang of coun terfeiters, who have been Hooding the gas belt with counterfeit 50 cent and $1 coins for the past six or eight months. Carter and deputies will go to the ren dezvous tonight to capture the other seven and seize the moulds. Shepherd is a society man, and a son of Dr. Shep herd, the leading physician of Red Key. Shot "a Ghost. Silver Cliff, Col. Nov. 1. Charles Davis, a barber shot and fatally wound ed Conrad Heineman, a young man who was running through the streets dressed only in his underclothes last night. Davis who has been arrested! says he thought it was a ghost. A SWINDLING SERVANT. Steward Who Made $10,000 a. Year More Than His Salary. Chicago, Nov. 1. The house com mittee of the Washington park club discovered that for five years the club has been systematically swindled by Jules Reis, its steward, out of about $10,000 a year. The steward fled to Europe. He came to the Washington park club as head waiter about ten years ago. THE SCAFFOLD GAVE WAY. Two Men Killed and One Fatally In jured. St. Louis, Nov. 1. Two men were killed and fatally injured by the break ing of a scaffold at the eighth story of a building in the course of erection this afternoon. THE LIBERAL ABLEGATE. A Secret Society Recognized by SatoIIi. The Catholic Union and Knights of St. John Receive Papal Sanc tion by Proxy. By the Associated Press, Ikoianapolis, Nov. 1. Information of prime importance has been received by members of the Roman Catholic Union and Knights of St. John. The secret work for which they have striven unsuccessfully during four an nual conventions and whicn. finally passed at the Buffalo convention in the face of the strenuous opposition of ecclesiastical authority, has at last re ceived the approbation of Mgr. Satolli. The secret work together with the an thentification of the papal delegate will be issued by the supreme officers of the various commanderies in a few days. SHELDON JACKSON BACK. Interview With The Commissioner of Education for Alaska. Port ,Townsh:;i. Wash., Nov. 1. Rev. Sheldon Jackeon, commissioner of education for Alaska, has arrived from the arctic region. He reports that the herd of Siberian reindeer, at Port Clar- ' ence, had been increased to 700 head and that they are thriving splendidly, very few dying. The colony of Laplanders, which were taken there last spring, are instructing the natives in raising aid training the animals. He denies the report that any of them were killed by falling over the precipices. Mrs. John Holly, whose husband manages a transportation com pany on the Yukon river, arrived from Forty Mile creek recently. She says the Canadian government this summer sent in two custom offi cers, who collected duties onr goods imported at Forty Mi)e Creek divings, a small territory belonging to Canada. Very rich placer diggings have been discovered on Mi nusa and Birch creeks. "The British schooner Winnifred, seized last year for illegal sealing, has been sold in Sitka, for $700. SNORED TOO LOUD And His Companion Shot Him and Committed Suicide. Fort Wayne, Ind., Nov. 1. In St. Joseph's Catholic Hoepitfl Hubert. Ames and JohnvHofTnian. each over fit "Wears ,f age, hate been assistant jani tors arm (jcoiwiTdone of the large WBrds aeV" TjeepingToom. Hoffman has compl g:to the SiBters in charge that his raft wag.destroved by the con tinuous loud snoriuTWPfcaaee and asked that it be stopped. Hoffman secured a revolver, and when awakened yesterday morning by louder snoring than usual jumped out of bed and fired at Ames, the bullet entering the back of the neck and com ing out under the jaw. Realizing what he had done Hoffman turned the revol ver against his own head and fired. The bullet struck his skull and fractur ed it. Ames will recover, bat Hoffman will undoubtedly die. THE SECRET IS OUT. Cleveland Not a Resident of New York, So Cannot Vote or Advise. New York, Nov. 1. Grover Cleve land, according to a statement given out today at Democratic headquarters, has lost his residence in New York and therefore his vote. Chairman Thacher triumphantly announced that Mr. Cleveland's silence could now be under stood. As he was not a citizen of New York it would be unseemly and, indeed, a work ol supererogation on his part to interfere in a state where he had no vote. Mohave In Line. Special to The Republican. Kingman, Nov. 1. Judge Wright had. a great meeting tonight. Mohave will wheel into line for Murphy all right. . Coin and Bullion. San Francisco. Nov. 1. Silver bars, per oz., 635ij'63; Mexican dollars, 52J53.