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FIFTH YEAR. EKENIX, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 1895. VOL. V. NO. 289. lhis is what we are doina- here with might and main for because it's our way of doins: thin&rs. (Lome and get one , suits, all sizes, lor -A- Well Always Remember FLIMSY PRETEXT The Demand of Great Britain for Damages Would Be Laughed Out of Any Court. Nicaragua to Pay 15,000 In Fifteen Days. if Ensland Accepts the Offer Trouble Will Be Over for the Present. the By the Associated Press. Managua, April 30. The Nicaraguan government has formally decided to secede to the compromise proposition. The decision was communicated to the authorities at Washington and London. Nicaragua agrees to pay 15,500 pounds in London in fifteen days from the time the British ships "leave Corinto. It now remains for Great Britain to agree to the compromise. As Viewed In Washington. Washington, April 30. The Managua dispatch stating that Nicaragna has 'agreed to a compromise by which she will pay 15,500 pounds on condition that Corinto ba evacuated and that the British fleet be withdrawn, ia accepted by officials here as summing up the latest status of the subject. Attention ia now directed to London to see whether the condition of imme diate evacuation will be granted. If it is, the trouble is practically at an end. If it ia not, it is believed in diplomatic circles that it will ,cauee a renewal of the reports that Great Britain ia not so anxious to settle as to continue in active occupation of Corinto. Senator Morgan of Alabama, in an interview on the Nicaraguan Situation today characterized the insult to Con sular Agent Hatch as "the flimsiest kind of a pretext" on the part of Great Britain and said if a private individual would sue for damages on Buch a case iklki Bros C ) no other reason than of our nice men's SUIT. made, good fitting. . Cliii Store. Oar Free Labor Office. he would be laughed out of court. He had no criticism to pass ou the adminis tration as he said, he presumed the ad ministration had taken the proper steps to prevent Great Britain getting a foot hold in Nicaraguan territory, "but if it has not" he added, " congress will, even if Great Britain must be driven off the continent at the point of the bayonet." Senator Morgan added he did not think that the canal project would be endangered by the present complica tions. FOR PERPETUAL MOTION. Company to Make Things Go Alone. A New Jersey Project that Conceals a Lone-Mooted Idea of Mechanical Dreamers. By the Associated Pr jss. Newark, N. J., April 30. The Uni versal Industrial company, whose in tention it is to nnt. tha hirhorf discovered principle of perpetual mo tion into nractil-lll nnaratinn flloJ 1 ' . . .j , uicu j papers of incorporation with the county The place of business is Newark, the capital stock, $15,000; amount Daid in, $1,500, with privilege of increasing to $1,000,000. The subscribers are Joseph Dughi, Cesare Basilea, V. Bianchi, Luigi Ottolina, VincenzoCiocia, Joseph Aste, U. Forte, G. B. Ughetta and Ezio d'Olivio. This new company, or Societa Indus trial Universalis na if. ia allaH v. originators, has fifty-five members." Its umcers are: uuiseppe JJughi, pres-' ident; V Bianchi. treasurer, and C. Ba silia, secretary, all of this city. Michael Patrono, of this city, is the author of the new discoverv, whatever it may prove to be. Patrono claims that his machine will tion, on the perpetual motion principle, for a year at the end of which time cer tain DartB Will hV tn ha ranlonarl W cause of wear and tear. ' WITHOUT PAIN. Dr. Holbrook Receives a New Gas Apparatus. Dr. Holbrook'a dental . iu mo Porter block were enriched vnsterrlm, bv an annsrahiH far tint. or!,,,;,,;,,,,..;' of notified mt.ro ii r n-riHa in nr in nnn . . mu. v. IU,UUU operations of teeth extracted by this process since its invention all were Dainlesa and not a uinlo o..;,to.,f . curred. WAR OK TAP. Rumors of Another Bra zilian Revolution. Rio Reported to be in State of Siege. Friends of Peixoto Said to be at the Bottom of theTrouble. No Official Information of the Rev olution Has Been Received at Washington. By the Associated Press. Nsw Yobk, April 30. The Herald's special from Buenos Ayres Bays Eio Janeiro ia in a state of sieee and an outbreak is imminent. Rioting has already taken place in the streets and a few have been killed on both sides. Frienda of ex-President Peixoto .have caused the trouble. Not Officially Confirmed. Washington ' Anril an Hfiniofor Mendonna nf RrmHl hao nralnui official confirmation of reported rioting in the streets of Rio and he believes the reports arose from street brawls having no particular significance. MISSOURI IN LINE. A Declaration in Favor of Free Coinage. A State's Disapproval of the Admin istration's Financial Policy.; i v .i . -J- Marshall, Mo., April 30. The Dem ocratic central committee of Saline county have passed a tresolution - in favor of the unlimited coinage of siver and gold at a ratio of v1 and calling a convention nt ndmi.n,0fa frt a ' -. . " ' H L'.J .V b-O Ul CCO the sentiment of the party favoring a siaie convention tor the purpose of making public declarations of the party Dolicv torennrliat tho o-nM nnrr hnmloH debts policy of the Cleveland adminis- Legislative Action. Jefferson City, Mo., April 30. Thirty-five of the fiity-eight democratic members of .the house of representa tives met in caucus last night and adopted resolutions -favoring the free coinage of silver at a ratio of 16 to 1. THE TERRITORIAL PRISON. A Meeting of the Board of Control Today. Territorial Auditor Leitch anil Won M. H. McCord members of tha board of control left last night for Yuma where they will be met by Governor Hughes for the consideration of important matters relating to the nneon. Thev were ac companied by Hon. Jas. A. Fleming wno goes to investigate the probablity or tne profitable employment of prison ers by leasing them for Drivate work. At this meeting of the board it will probably be decided to send some of the prisoners to Flaestaff tn wnrV nn the grounds of the territorial reform scnool. VILLARD AT TACOMA. Ha Is Probably Allied With the Northern Pacific Tacoma, Wash., April 30. Henry vmara, ex-ivortnern racinc railroad magnate, bought $50,000 worth of property here today ftom the Tacoma Land company. This purchase is regarded as another indication that Villard has again be come allied with the Northern Pacific. CHILDREN CREMATED. They Perish In the Ruins of a Burn ing House. Atchison. Kan . Anril 30 Tti. v,nma 7 J uwa A of Stanforn Kimby, in the country near uere was Durneu toaay aunng the tem porary absence of Mr. and Mr. ir;mK and their two children aged 3 years and fifteen months, respectively, were cre- uiuwfu. xne origin oi tne tire is un known. FROM COURT TO ALTAR. Composer of the Prize Columbian Cantata to Wed. BAT.TinrrtRw Anril Sfl Tkn : court today granted a decree of divorce to Prof. Reinhold Faelten, now an in structor in the Tavary Conservatory of uiuoiu m Boston, irom nis wife, Mrs. Annie Faelten. An hour lota. T,f' David Melamet, the composer of the prize Columbian cantata and the co reBDOndent in the pase. .n,nj . riage license for himself and Mrs. Fael ten. Since the exnosnre nf (It, ennAni 1 .uu Dvauum Prof. Melamet, who stood at the head of the musical directors in this citv, has lost his position as director of the' Ger mania Waennerchor, one of the leading German singing societies here, and was also forced to resign as the leader of the choir of the Ofreb Shalom Congregation. Mr. and Mrs. Faelten were married in the church of the Holy SDirit in New York in 1884. Mrs. Faelten was a Miss Worsing. She keeps the two younger of her four children, as they are ad mitted to be Prof. Melamet's children. READY FOR EMERGENCIES. The Catherine of Foreign Warships at Japan. London, Aprii 30. The Times to morrow will publish a dispatch from Kobe, saying that foreign warships are assembling at various ports in Japan and French vessels have been ordered prepared for emergencies. Went to the Bottom. Astoria, Ore., April 30. The naptha launch Tillie has sunk. James Dully and Barney Dulen were drowned. Three other men were in the launch but managed to swim ashore. , Ohio Coal Miners. Bellaire.O., April 30. The mines in the Fifth Ohio district have closed down andVthe miners insist on 60 cents a ton before thev will return to work. Over 7,000 miners are out. MRS. FRANK LESLIE I. The First Wife of the Publisher Dead.: She Was Divorced About the Time , Mrs. Leslie No. 2 - ! Was Born. By the Associated Prese. New York. ADril 30. Mrs. Sarah Ann Leslie died at Shokan, Ulster conn ty, N. Y., yesterday, aged 70 years. She was the divorced wife of Frank Leslie, the late publisher. Her maiden name was Wnelem, and she was born in Ipswich, England. At the age of seven teen she was married to Henry Carter, an atist. who was iust ffaininz fame nn der his non de plume of Frank Leslie. Later came the divorce and the settle' ment of a large sum of monev on her. The body Will be brought to this citv and buried from the home of a relative, Mr. Edward Furnival, No. 442 Central Park West, tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. Frank Leslie No. 2 said last night that she didn't know the dead Woman Aim. T.Pfllio'a Hiirnra hsbo rion ing been tried almost before ebe was oorn. "NO FUNDS." That Is the Way His Checks Were Marked. Methodist Clergyman of Boston Suffering from the Prevailing Hard Times. By the Associated Press. Norristown, Pa., April 30. A clerical looking man, representing himself as a Methodist clergyman oi Boston, has been swindling people in this vicinity by means of bogus checks. He offered checks to several peoDle in this neigh borhood in payment for goods bought and received the change due him above the amount of his purchases. The cheeks were on the Malvern Bank and were returned marked "no funds." A Banker Arrested. Albuquerque, N. M.. April 30. Fol- &om charo-eri wirh wroiiVim, th. aik. querque National and NewMexico Sav ings banks, has been arrested on indictments by the United States grand jury. Folsom has been tried, convicted and sentenced to fiva t..,. in ia nor.;. tentiary onca but never served his time owing to lawyers' quibbles. Silver Convention. Salt Lake. Utah. Anril nn Tho council tonight aoDOintcd Governor West. Mavor Raskin InH.ro r.Wr.n and President Bacon of the chamber of commerce, as a committee on arrange ments and reception in connection with the silver convention to be held here on May 15, next. Wholesale Killing. Citv OP MRYrrn Anrii an U n - - , ....... . ' V. 1 1 1 reached here of the killing nl .T,-.r, e Lemmon, a mine superintendent, and two oMier miners, in a fieht. in t.hp fiar. men district. Another railroad wreck is reported at Temamatla, and fourteen people Kiuea. The Cuban Revolution. Havana, April 30. The insurgents that were routed April 24 by Major Tejerizo reorganized in the vicinity of Ramon Yagneres and the rebels are reported as having lost sixtv-two killed and many injured. The Spanish loss is Six dead and three wounded. New line of silks, particularlv whr brocade. The Bee Hivk, DOWN TO DEATH. Fatal Accidept in a Mine Near Prescott. A Miner Dragged From a Rising Cage Is Precipitated to the Bottom of the Shaft Seventy Feet. The Deadly Colls of Two Hundred Feet of a Broken Cable. I The following account of a distress ing and fatal accident is related by the journal-Miner: . A most distressing accident occurred on Saturday, at noon, at the McCabe mine, .reter McGIendon and another miner named Mickle were at work- t the bottom of the shaft which ia 35ft feet and started to come to the surface, in the cage of the hoist, at the nonn hour, for dinner. At the 300-foot level. the casre was Rtnnnpri fn talra - w;..i - f J- wmau uu n M man named Tiinmermnn Whn tua men were ready to be raised to the top, uue ui mem gave a pun on the bell rope to signal the engineer, to raise the cage. One bell 6ii?nais the engines that ore is to be raised, while three taps is a warning to him that men are in the cage, when he raises it more carefully. With the first tap of the bell the wire rope broke about 100 feet from the surface and 200 feet above the men who were in the cage. The engi neer not knowing of this accident Btarted the hoist at a rapid speed sup posing that he was pulling up a load of ore, instead of a load of human freight, one of wLom was being -drawn to his death. As the cage started upwards the 200 feet of wire rope fell downwards and entangled McGIendon in its coils and pulled him ont of the cage, when about twenty or thirty feet from the level, where the cage started, and he fell to , the bottom of the shaft, a distance' ol seventy or "eighty feet. His ne.-k was broken by the fall and death was in stantaneous. Mickle was also drawn, from the cage but managed to hang on, to some timbers and escaped with Blight injuries. Timmerman was more for tunate than his companions. Hev dropped to the bottom of the cage and. was urawu to me eunace uninjured. , The injured man was brought Into, town to the Sisters' hospital while the remains of poor unfortunate McGIendon. were also brought to town and buriedi yesterday afternooa at 3:30 by the McCabe company. Deceased waaahont. 30 years of age and came here some time since from White Hills. Mohave, county. He was SDOken of bv all who knew him as an excellent, industrious young man. Several miners came in. from the mine to attend the funeral which was also att nded by a large, number of friends and arauaintancps from PreBcott. , . HE REFORMED HER. Another Added to the List of Wife Murders. James Young After Shootinc- mo. Supposed Unfaithful Wife, Commits Suicide. By the Associated Press. Brazil, Ind.. Anril 30. .Tampa Young, aged 50, janitor ot the court house, killed his wife today shooting her three times. He had accused hjr of infiddlity and Bince January they had not lived together. The murder nrcnrrrl fnn mila. fmm this citv at the hnmf. nf lio. mAf nor Young then rode to the courthouse! went to his room in tha ligmmt called ud Uonnty Recorder Kenser to the speaking tube and bade him good bye and fired two ballets into his body dying almost instantly. TELLING ON HIM. Durrarjfs Physical Condition Un- dergolne a Chancre. San Francisco, April 30. The pre liminary examination of Durrant waa resumed this morning. The prisoner looked pale and thin. T. H. Hills tes tified thut on Good Friday night be saw a man resembling Durrant meet a girl resembling the description of Minnie Williams and go arm in arm down the street and into the church, where they remained. Advance In Leather. Chicago, iorii 30. Ther ia prospect that leather will go ud in price shortly. Leather is getting sky ward in nrice. Thn TTnitoH s:t.i- .Leather comnanv nrcHoii ,i . i ' J V.VJ ill HJ 1 3 the market. Boys will find a fnll linA rtf TacoKall goods at the store of the Phoenix Sta tionery and News company.