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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1894.
Hardware. HELLOTHERE! Telephones Will Tell How Elections Go. Tailoring?. BEAL ESTATE. HASSAYAMPER Cassidy Sulky, GEO. Bonanza Gang and Oliver Chilled pjgyg AT EZRA W, THAYER'S. Corner Washincton and fall Sfc. A New Wrinkle in Dis tributing News. la one who drank from Ariz ona's famous river in very early time?. He is tall, rugged, strong of voice, long of beard and clad In rough boots, slouch hat and blue jeans. We never see one without wondering how he would feel and look in a handsome new suit made by Returns Sent by 'Phone From New York to Chicago. P. 0. Box 323. b PEEK-INS, Harness and Saddles. Harness, Dash and Top LEATHER! Eg2iE: OPPOSITE CITY HALL. WILD AT TUCSON. Governor Murphy in the Old Pueblo. The Demonstration Unprecedented ! In the History of Pima County. Special to The Republican. Tucson, Ariz., Nov. 5. Murphy'B ovation here was immense. The Re publican procession included cavalry, infantry, carriagea, bicycles, the largest in the history of Pima county. A thousand torches were in line. The meeting at the opera house was wild with enthusiasm. OTHER PARLOR CARS. The Co-Operative Works at Hiawatha, Kas. The First Installment of Workmen Is on Hand to Begin Operations. By the Associated Press. Hiawatha, Kas., Nov. 5. The first installment of workmen of the Pull man Co-operative club reached here from Chicago today. Thirty-five families and 150 people are in the party. The ground for the shops will be broken at once. Mr. Van Aesache, a retired manufacturer of Chicago and a man of large fortune will take charge of the works and will work free of charge until the works are on a paying baeis. GEN. BOOTH. Reception of the Great Salva tionist at Washington. The Clergymen of the Capital Turn Out and do Him Honor. By the Associated Press. Washington, Nov. 5. Gen. Booth, commander-in-chief of the Salvation Army, and his son, Ballington Booth, arrived in this city this afternoon. He was met at the depot by a great crowd of Salvationists and by several clergy-' men. This afternoon Gen. Booth met the clergymen of the city at the Congrega tional church and In the evening ad dressed an immense crowd in Conven tion hall. A Sailor's Fatal Fall. Portland, Or., Nov. 5. Otto Preiss, a sailor on the ship Isle of Arran, was killed today by falling from the mizzen royal, 100 feet above the deck. Distributed Thence Among Busi ness Houses and Private Residences. By the Associated Press, Chicago, Nov. 5. Extraorainary preparations have been made for the distribution of election returns in Chi cago and elsewhere in the west. The work in many respects will be on a scale never before attempted. The most unique feature of the work will probably be in the methods to be utilized by the Long Distance Telephone company and will make an interesting and new departure by furnishing free to all who have telephones an extensive series of bulletins. These bulletins' will be talked direct by long distance telephone from New York to Chicago and then be distrib uted throughout the local telephone system to offices and residences with out number. THREE KILLED. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Frei from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 0 YEARS THE STANDARD. Fast Express Dashes Into a Freight on the Lackawanna. Scranton, Pa., Nov. 5. Express train No. 7 on the Delaware, Lacka wanna & Western railroad, northbound, running at the rate of forty miles an hour, dashed into a freight at Forster, twenty-seven miles north of here, at 1 o'clock this morning. The freight en gine was backing down the southbound track, and by reason of the open switch parsed on to the northbound track just as the fast flying train came along. Engineer James Lynot, of this city, and Fireman Elmer Scull, of Mos cow, were killed. The express train engineer was Valentine Butler, of Bing hampton, and his fireman was Wm. C. Hosey, of the same city. Uosey was instantly killed, but Butler crawled out from beneath the wreck of the two engines with scarcely a bruise.' There were no serious injuries to the passen gers. TRAIN WRECKERS. An Attempt to Smash Up a Lake Shore Fast Train. Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 5. An attempt was made to wreck the Boston and Chi cago special on the Lake Shore railway last night near Lakeview, ten miles west of Buffalo, by placing a plank and stones on the track just west of a siding. Fortunately the obstructions were dis covered and the train was stopped in time. Superintendent Niles does not credit the theory of train robbees, as the train does not carry money. An in vestigation is in progress. CHINA WANTS PEACE. But the Terms She Offers Are Her Own. Rome, Nov. 5. A dispatch from Pekin states that China is disposed to conclude peace with Japan on the basis of a guarantee of the independ ence of Corea by the payment of an in demnity, the amount to be fixed by the powers. The dispatch adds that it is reported that China has invited repre sentatives of the powers to intervene to secure peace. A CHILD MURDERER. He Is In Danger from an Ohio Mob. Van Wert, Ohio, Nov. 5. Charles Hart, aged 18, has been arrested, charged with the murder of two chil dren of a farmer near Paulding, Ohio, whose mutilated bodies acre fouud to day. Hart is in jail here and it is reported that from 300 to 500 men are cr2nniz!nsr to take him from jail and nana: him. HIS OLD LOVE. Second Chapter in the Life of Jus tice White. New York, Nov. 5. Hon. E. D. White, associate justice of the United States supreme court was married to Mrs. Virginia Montgomery Kent at the Jesuit church of St. Francis Xavier, this city, this morning. Situation in Nebraska. Omaha, Nov. 5. The campaign which closes tonight is admitted to be the bitterest affair of the kind in the history of Nebraska. Fusion Democrats anil Populists claim the election of their state ticket by 15,000. Republicans claim their state ticket by 10,000. Massachusetts-All Right. Boston, Mass., Nov. 5. The Demo crats concede the election of the entire Republican state ticket and eleven con greEsmen out of thirteen, although they make no figures regarding the plurality of Governor Greenhalge. Cleveland Pardons a Smuggler. Washington. Nov. 5. The president pardoned Herbert Guy, sentenced in Washington to eight months imprison ment for facilitating opium smuggling. NICHOLSON THE TAILOR. Blankets. f Did Yon Ever Get Left? If you don' t want to no w, come around early, and get yourflrst pick from my new lot of Navajo Blankets THEY ARE BEAUTIES And no mistake. By the way, is your oil can empty? If so.'get it filled. Do your oil cans leas : ir so, gee a new one .vrr PH(EN1X OIL CO., 28 S. CENTER ST. J. "W. BKNHAM. S. J. TRIBOLET'S MEAT MARKET. Hit Only Cold Air ftorage in tie Territory. No meat is sold unless first kept from four to six days in storage. We keep constantly on hand BEEP, MUTTON, PORK, VKAL, SAUSAGES of all kinds, HAM, BACON, TRY, LEAF and KETTLE LARD. Al,o California FRESH FISH, EASTERN OSSTERS, POULTRY, buy for cash, save money by trading at Tribolet's. 116 E. Washington St., Opp. City Hall. A. W. COTTRELL, Physician and Surgeon. Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m., Ho 4 and 6 to 8 p. m. Washington St., Opposite Court House. PHCENIX, ARIZONA. CHINESE LOAN. A Demand for $10,000,000 More of Silver. New York, Nov. 5. The Npw York agent of the Hong Kong and Shanghai banking company in London confirms the announcement made by cable to the bank of the closing of a government silver loan for $10,000,000 at 98, bearing 7 per cent interest for twenty years, repayable in ten equal installments beginning 1904, secured by Chinese custom revenues. A Remarkable New Torpedo Boat. Melbourne, Nov. 5. Mr. Allan, a resident of Melbourne, has invented an electric submarine torpedo boat, which, he asserts, can be sunk to any depth and can be run . as fast as a surface boat. It can be kept submerged, he says, for three days. A successful ex periment with Allan's model was made last week in the presence of the earl of Hopetoun and many naval and military officers. After seeing the experiments. Rear Admiral Bowden Smith expressed the opinion that the boat was all that Mr. Allan claimed and was destined to revolutionize naval warfare. California Weather. San Francisco, Nov. 5. Fair, nearly stationary temperature, light, fresh, generally northerly winds. NESTS FOR THE HENS. An Arrangement FoSfiP8':ns a Number of Advantages. The cut shows a plan for nest ar rangement that possesses a number of advantages. A row of nests are made along a wall of the poultry house to which access can be had upon the n m OUTSIDE Nt f?00Mj NEST I I TO NEST Ft other side. The top of the nests slopes to keep the hens off and projects over the front to keep the nest as dark in side as possible. A narrow alighting' board is placed below the entrance, while a door lets down in the rear, by which the eggs can be gathered from the outside room. If the fowls can be fed and watered through the partition below this hinged door there will be very little need of entering the poultry house at all, since the small door that lets' the fowlfi into their yards can be opened and closed from the outside room by a cord and pulley. K?e;i:'Vf the nsts ns rinrl: p.", ;-"s"i!--le vs.! ;;.vvsat the lu'ijs i'r-.s:r. '.'iva':ii;g - i ou'. in- tlieir e'f - i.rra and Phoenix, Ariz. I want a list of your property. It makes no difference where it is, so that it is in the Salt River Valley. I can sell all grades, whether cheap lots, choice residence lots, business lots or acreage. It costs you nothing if I do not sell. Carriage at door. No trouble to show property. I now have buyers for both city and country property IMPROVED and UNIMPROVED and can guarantee satisfaction to both prop erty owners and investors. Mloney Loaned on first-class security at reasonable rates. Borrowers and lenders are invited to give me a call. GEO. B. PEBKINS Phoenix, - Ariz. STOVES. TOVE Lowest in Price. Standard Manufacture. Largest Stock .A. GREAT HEAT. A cold snap may some any night. Our . $9 No. 1 COOK STOVE is a perfect gem. It throws a great heat and gives perfect satisfaction as a baker, fryer or broiler. A full line of Round, Square or Open-Grate Heaters. iEPP & lii First Street, Opposite City Hal!