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REPUBLICAN I ''i .J12J FOUKTII YEAR. PIKENIX, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1894. VOL. V. NO. 149. Goldberg Bros Clothing Store As long as you look hard up 1 , you will also feel i hard up. Turn, 1 over a new leaf t 'and call on us. J We will make i you feel better off. Take a Look at Our For Men. Goodness and Elegance are the Speech makers for our Mens' clothing. MENS' SUITS Are Hot Bargains. A Suit that cannot fail to suit. Long in wear! Short in price. Our Mens' Suit for Cannot be Duplicated Neckwear. This Week Silk Ties, 15c worth 25c Silk Ties, 20c worth 35c Silk Ties, 50c worth 75c Latest Shapes. LAUNDEIED ;WMte Shirts, 51 Always Look for Our Sign at Door. Remember Our Free Labor Office. Goldberg Bros Clothing Store. $7.50 DOWN AND ODT. China Gives Up the Fight With Japan. She Asks That the Hos tilities May Cease. Wants the United States With Others to Intervene. China Always Recognized the Inde pendence of Corea and Will Continue to Do So. By the Associated Press. Washington, Nov. 9. This govern ment has again been asked to intervene in the China-Japan war. It ia a request from China that the United States co-operate with Great Britain, Russia, Germany, France and Italy to stop the war. China sets forth at length the present status of the hostilities and says that she always recognized the independence of Corea and ia willing to continue to do so. Moreover, she will pay Japan indemnity to defray that country's ex penses incurred in the war. CZAR ALEXANDER III. Impressive Funeral Ceremo nies Held at Washington. The President and the Cabinet With All the Foreign Ministers At tend In Full Uniform. By the Associated Press. Washington, Nov. 9. Profoundly im pressive ceremonies were held at the Russian legation here today in memory of Czar Alexander III. President Cleveland and the entire cabinet, except Poet-Mester General Bissell, attended, accompanied by Mrs. Cleveland and the cabinet ladies. Foreign embassadors and ministers with their extensive suites wearing their rich official court dress, gave bril liant color to the solemn occasion. Services began at 9 o'clock with mass celebration by Bishop Nicholas of the Russian Greek church, assisted by the Greek Monk and two attendants and lasted till 10 o'clock. EUDD'S PLDRALITY. It Is Now Reduced to Only 566 Votes. There Are 298 Precincts to Hear From Which May Yet Place California In Line. By the Associated Press. San Francisco, Nov. 9. Complete re turns from forty precincts in Riverside county, juBt received, reduce Budd's plurality to 586, with 298 precincts in the state to hear from. GRAHAM COUNTY. Bert Dunlap Has a Handsome Ma jority. Special to Thk Republican. Bowie, Ariz., Nov. 9. Returns from ten precincts in Graham county give Murphy, 386; Herndon, 613; O'Neill, 172. For joint councilman: Doran, 293; Campbell, 649; Woy, 69. For council man: Dunlan, 250 majority; for as sembly, Fish, 570; Skinner, 549;Kolb, 245. ' DUN'S REVIEW. No Failures During the Week of Great Influence. New Yokk, Nov. 9. Dun'a Weekly Review of trade says : Failures during the past week have been 261 in the United States, against 356 last year. There have been a few failures of con sequence during the week, but none of extensive influence. POPS IN TEXAS. The Democratic Majority Greatly Reduced. Austin, Tex., Nov. 9. Returns from the state show large Populist gains, but Culberson, Democrat, for governor, will have a plurality of about 40,000. The World of Finance. New York, Nov. 9. It is estimated that during the week the banks have lost $1,000,000 by sub-treasury opera tions and gained the same amount by interior movements. Banks in Philadelphia and eastern states are sending money to this center steadily as though the rate of interest on bank deposits had not been reduced. CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. A Clear Republican Majority Over All. San Francisco, Nov. 9. So far as re turns have been received the next legis lature will stand in the senate, Repub licans, 30; Democrats, 9. In the as sembly the Republicans have 60 mem bers ; Democrats, 16 ; Populists 4. IS ODETTE TYLER ENGAGED? Another Rumor That She Will Marry Howard Gould. It Is Said Now That the Bethrothal of the Two Younsr People Was Never Really Broken. By the Asiociated Press. New York, Nov. 9 The World this morning save : Gossip ia revived con cerning the reported engagement of Odette Tyler, the actress, to Howard Gould. It will be remembered the engage ment was declared off some months ago owing, it is said, to Miss Tyler's resenting an objection on the part of young Mr. Gould's family. Now the rumor is afloat that the en gagement was never really broken, and the actress and the millionaire are bethrothed as firmly as they ever were. FEARFUL EXPLOSION. Fifty Pounds pf Dynamite Cause Awful' Havoc. TwolWen Killed, One Fatally Wound ed and Thousands of Dollars Worth of Property Destroyed. By the Associated Press. Huntington, Ind.,- Nov. 9. Fifty pounds of dynamite exploded today on the Hall, Wood & Keifer contract. John Hartman and Norton Flynn were fatally injured. Residences were badly wrecked. The damage amounts to many thousands. The men were- warming dynamite when it exploded. MAJOR GENERAL M'COOK. The Noted Army Officer Is Worthily Promotrd. Appointed Major General of the United States Army to Succeed General Howard Who Retired. By the Associated Press, Washington, Nov. 9. Brigadier Gen eral Alexander McDowell McCook has been appointed majar general of the United States army, vice General How ard, retired. James W. Forsythe, seventh cavalry, has been promoted brigadier general to succeed McCook. THE ATCHISON. Expert Little's Report to Be Made Public Monday. New York, Nov. 9. Expert Little's report on the financial condition of the Atchison road will be given to the pub lic Monday next. The report is current that Mr. Little's statement wipes out the profit and loss account and will make other unex pected disclosures. CIVIL SERVICE. New Regulations in Effect When the Bill Was Signed. Washington, Nov. 9. In several de partments the question hasarisen as to when the recent order of the president extending civil service rules went into effect, and it has been definitely decided that the day it was signed it operated as law. LORD MAYOR. Alderman Sir Joseph Ronals In stalled Yesterday. London, Nov. 9. Alderman Sir Joseph Ronals was today installed Lord Mayor of London. He Is Right. Springfield, 111., Nov. 9. In an in terview today Governor Altgeld said the Democratic defeat was due to wide spread dissatisfation with the federal government. Job For Russell. Washington, Nov. 9. W. E. Rnssell of Massachusetts, was today appointed by the president member of the board of Indian commissioners. That Is the Verdict in Worden's Case. He Is Accused of Wreck ing a S. P. Train. The Penalty Death or Imprison ment for Life. No Recommendation Made by the Jury Other Accused Wreckers Will Now Be Tried at Once. By the Associated Press. Woodland, Cal., Nov. 9. Samuel G. Worden, one of several A. R. U. men charged with having wrecked the Southern Pacific train daring the strike in July last, causin g the death of Engin eer Clark and four United States sol diers, was today convicted of murder in the first degree. The jury offered no recommendation. The penalty is death or life imprison ment. Other accused train wreckers will be promptly tried. FROM BOX TO PEN. A Base Ball Pitcher Gets Eight Years. He Shot and Killed a Man Dunns: a Saloon Row and Now Must Pay the Penalty. By the Associated Press, San Franciso, Nov. 9. Charley Sweeney, the ex-baseball pitcher, who shot and hilled "Con" McManus during a saloon row, was this morning senten ced tc eight yearg imprisonment in the state penitentiary. WAS A LIVE WIRE. A Painter Grasped It and Was Killed. The Shock Threw Him to the Side walk Three Stories Below Re sulting; In Death, By the Associated Press. San Francisco, Nov. 9. Gus Wales, a painter working on a building at Bush and Folk streets, grasped an electric light wire that was in Mb way and at tempted to pull it aside. It was a live wire and Wales received a shock that threw him to the sidewalk three stories below. Ue died soon afterward. The Rhynland Safe. New York, Nov. 9. The steamer Rhynland, reported overdue at Ant werp, has arrived there safely. Coin and Bullion. San Francisco, Nov. 9. Silver bars, per oz., 63?263 ; Mexican dollars, 52)453. ' ELECTION ECHOES. Republican Committees Counting Their Gains, Chairman Kibbey and Secretary Long of the Republican Territorial com mittee, were busy yesterday compiling election returns. The returns are in complete, but indicate that Murphy's majority in the territory will not fall below 900, while Doran's will be about 400. Partial returns from Cochise and Yuma counties leave eome doubt as to the election of councilmen. Nugent's election over Straus in Yuma was al most conceded the day before, but later returns indicate that the vote will be so close that it may require an official can vass to decide. The same situation prevails in Co chise, though Packard, Democrat, is slightly in the lead over Pugh Republi can. No additional developments occurred yesterday in the matter of doubtful offi ces in this county, as no additional re turns were received. The county cen tral committee concedes the defeat of Johnson for the assembly and the elec tion of Peterson, but the committee confidently claims the election of Parker for supervisor and says that his present majority can not possibly be wiped out by later returns. FLUSHED MR. LINVILLE. Joe Nogronne's Illogical and Reck less Shooting. Joe Nogronne, whose saloon in block 41 was burglarized on Thursday night, is a sort of comprehensive detective. After tbe capture of one of the burglars and learning that two had beenengaged in it he buckled on a gun and started out to hunt him. The first man he saw was someone at a distance crossing the railroad track. Mr. Nogronne reasoned that'none;but burglars were out at that time of night, hence the man was a. burglar. He had burglars on tbe brain, so he called to him to stop. The stranger didn't stop but quickened his gait. Mr. Nogronne was now sure that he was a burglar and he took a shot at him. Contrary to his expectations, the man only went the faster, and two more shots ' had no other effect than to inspire the stranger with an ambition to destroy ail previous sprinting rec ords. It transpires that Mr. Noeronne'a target was Thomas Linville, who was-, on his way home when he happened to cross the orbit of tbe burglar hunter.. Linville thought somebody was trying; to hold him up and he wished he had a gun. When he learned yesterday morning bow it was and remembered how badly he had been scared he wished more than ever he had had a gun. THE SOCIAL SEASON. It Is Brilliantly Opened at Gardiner Hall. The social season of 1894 95 wag opened last night at Gardiner's Hall with a grand ball. Tbe saperb floral decorations an endless pro fusion of ferns and roses were con tributed by Mr. D. N. Turner. The music was furnished by Arriola's or chestra. The attendance was large but select and the program of dances was an excellent one. Those present were : Mr. and Mrs. Walter Talbott, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Hoadlev, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hiller, Mr. and'MrB. J. E. Walker, Dr. and Mrs. Belden, Dr. and Mrs. Helm, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Wild man, Dr. and Mrs. Chandler, Mr. and Mrs Will Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Pratt, Capt. and Mrs. Poyen, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nicholson," Mrs. Judge Kibbey, Mr. and Mrs. B. Heyman, Dr. and Mrs. Goodrich, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Washington, Mr. and Mrs. Budge, Dr.. Underwood and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Heighton, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard, C. L.. Montgomery and wife, Mr. N. A. More ford and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Brennen, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Bennett. Miss Tal bott, Miss Miriam Talbott, Miss Ediths Robbins, Mrs. Carrie Belden, Miss Hancock, Miss Williams, Miss Polly Perley, Miss Kellner, Miss Kemp, Miss Bessie Williams, Miss Morley. Miss Bowen of Santa Cruz, Cal., Miss While hurst, Miss 'Alexander, Mies Alice Clark. Messrs. Knox, Ford, Hedges, Hancock, Magne, Porter and Dick. Fleming,Beardsley,Pratt, Perley, Wood, George, Benham, Dr. Martin, Morrell. Crenshaw, Zeigenfuss, J. P. Walker. A BOLD THIEF. He Rides a Stolen Horse Into Phoenix. Senobia Bias, a middle aged Mexican,, was arrested yesterday for stealing a horse from A. M. Austin. The horse was taken from Mr. Austin's pasture a couple of nights ago. The Mexican rode it to town yesterday and hitched it in the lower part of the city where it was recognized .by the owner. Con stable Porterie watched the animal un til the rider came after it and arrested him. He was committed for larceny this morning. He tells a double headed story. One end of it is that he got the horse of a Mexican at Mesa for paying the pasture bill ; the other is that the Mesa Mexican authorized him to take possession of any horBe he found bearing that particular brand. HE WORE LACE A WHILE- A Cowboy Illegally Arrays Himself of Finery. A couple of cowboys fresh from th& range stole a valuable lace head cover ing from Miss Carrie Cleveland the Capitol cantatrice on Thursday night. They didn't real need the ethereal fine ry in their business and probably took it in the way of a joke but the singer didn't take it that way. When accused of the theft they denied it but they were searched and it was found in an upper story of one of their hals. Both were arrested and the case came up before Justice Kincaicl yesterday morning. Miss Cleveland was forgiv ivg, the court saw through the joke and dismissed the defendants on the pay ment of costs. "FACTS." A New Candidate In the Ranks of Arizona Journalism. "Facts" is the name of a new Phoenix weekly newspaper which succeeds the "Arizona Populist" whose mission en ded with the late campaign. The proprietors and editors are Messrs. TV F. Lyons and J. A. Gardiner. It ia an nounced in the salutatory that while "Facts" is not a political paper, poli tical and economic questions will be viewed from a Populist standpoint. The chief mission of the paper, though, is to be a newspaper and to advance the interests of Arizona and Arizonians. The first number which appeared yesterday was entirely creditable in matter and manner. Both gentlemen, engaged in the new journalistic enter prise have had long experience in all departments of newspaper work. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powdet World's Fair Highest Medal and Diploma.