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THE ARIZONA KEPUBLICAN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 3, lt-93.
TEMPE, ARIZONA, MAY 3,1803.
3. II. rOLlTZElt
A PLEA FOR THE DEAD,
Tho Public Cemetery at
f Has Bocomo a Sourca of Criticism
Uoon that Enterprising
A subject that uhould attract tlio
iho attention of tho citizens ol
Tempo ana vicinity is the present cm
ditionnml future outlook of the Tempo
cemetery near tho double buites. The
good for nothing one wire barbed fence
that was put up beforo the Aztecs left
ia about all down nnd tho remnnnt is
only a mockery of what the respect of a
prosueroua omiiuinity towards the tie.
parted Miuulil lie.
Instead of havinp a barbed wire fenre
round a graveyard in a locality where
the Inhabitants are noted for their en
terprise and pusl why not have a
picket frnce nicely painted and through
which tluii'ovole and wild cat cannot
crawl and disturb the last resting place
of 80ine of the ereatvfct pioneers of tho
weit. llnried in tlio aforementioned
cemetery nto some of tlio men and
Troineii who once Dlnyed a prominent
?art in the past history of Arizona and
itdped to m.ike of the desert the beau,
tlful rden spot of the territory known
1 the alt Illvtr valley, an ontU
in the viet expanse tiiftt stretches
from tlio Mi-nissipi to tho Pacific.
Should they not then receive
theattentinu of a psoplo who are pros
perity at the exoene of a brave set of
mortals who laid down their llveH to
make the valley what it now 1s7 Mako
the ceincterv attractive and not an eye
sore, and visitots will think more of
Tho enterprising Inhabitants to whnm
reference U mailo are not those of tho graye
and to prove its falsity Mr. Hough will
silfn a contract to cunrnntee ice all the
year round at i cent a pound, Bnd
should any cut be made, the customers
will itet the benefit of it. It pays to
patronize home industry.
The Znragozo Olub of Tempe will Rive
a grand ball at Dopes' ball and ban
quet at tho Tempo hotel next Friday
evening in comn'u-nioration of tho re
capture of the Uity of Mexico from tho
French by the troop" under Maximilian.
Try Hudson'e In ami of medicines.
Frank II., the pacing and trotting
stallion, owned by E. W. Wilson, is
now in stud at tho Tempo Livery staole.
ile was bred in Illinois, sired by Col.
Hare, by Attorney, by Harold, the
trf of Maud S. Dam is Mollie, record,
Tempo hotel, only 7 miles from Phoe
nix, just a nlptvnnt driye. Sunday din
ners a specialty.
TheT. F. Ilud'on drug store is now
ready for business.
Strawberries nud cream at Barrow
dale's by the dish or box.
Uewarel high living is a dangerous
pahtime. If you don't believe it try one
of liurchard's meals.
tacre t Ikkiits Bank
Of Tempe, Arlaona.
The Loading Bank of the South 8lde.
Capital Paid Up, 825,000.
Ben Onldman, Perry Wlldman,
E. O. Franke nNrir, . Nlela Petenen,
K. O. Dodson, Mom Ellington.
B. O. Frankenberg, President,
IlonJ. Goldman, Vice-President,
F. G. Dodon, Caihler.
Transact a General ami Strictly Loeltl-
mate Ilanklnc lltiameaa.
BROWN & CAVE,
Oeneral Blackamlths and Wheelwrights.
Wagontnaklng and repairing of all kinds done
promptly. BpecUlty made of neat horeeihoelne.
L W. Blinn Lamber Co
UW. Bltnn.Gen'l Manager.. ..Los Angeles, Cal.
P. L'orpstcln Tempe, Ariz.
Lath, Shakes, Shingles, Doors,
Hair, Limo and
Telephone Communication : 1 : : :
: : : : : with Phoenix and Mean City.
The best 5 centcignr at Hudson's.
The Wililman, I'eters, Goldman Co.
are making special inducements to far
mers on their new Huckeyo mowers
and Jackson rakes and stackers.
Prescriptions carefully compounded
experienced hands at Hudson's.
Tho Odd ?ellows had a well attended
meeting Ixst night.
Col. Atkinson wns in Phcenix yester
day attending the grand jury.
Mrs. J. II. Woods, who has been ill
lor neatly a month, is again able to bo
Miss Mollie Lone returned from Flor
ence last night to resume her studies at
Mr. M. W. Alton of the Heyman fur
niture etore is still confined to lushed
with a Mveru attack of pneumonia.
Lieut. It. H. Hrvan of Ft. Bowie is in
thevnllcv looking alter his extensive
fruit ranch under the Arizona cinal.
The burmal graduatei for '92 are
busily engaged preparing their ei-says
nud speeches for the commencement
exercises next month. '
Miss Anna l'rice, who had s'nch a
levere choking spell tho other evening,
bas entirely rcoered and is at her
post in the malic school again.
One of Amiraiill's right hand men,
8. Urayson, is over from Phusnix for
4he purpose of assisting in putting up
the new UerkenkaniD building.
Mr. Sid Heavcnrich has obtained a
boaunful living npeciinen of the Uila
monster, and will tickle ihe vieion of
his eastern Jrienda by displaying his
(the monster's) splendid form.
Mr. M. Horton, who recently pur
chased the restaurant business of lien
fjingletary, has added a fine line of con
fectionery and furnished nn ice crenin
parlor fur the accommodation of the
A serenading quartette rendered some
very beautiful and farciuating songs
around town Mondsy night. These
beautiful moonlight evenings seem to
have an enervating efleit upon tho
spirits of our songsters.
The party to b given this evoning by
Jlr. and .Mrs. F. F. Titim and Mr. and
Mrs. W J. ICing-bury at tho residence
of the latter promises to he a brilliant
affair as no expense has be mi spared to
make tho event one of tho most con
epicuous in tcciety.
The following gaests were quartered
at the Temp 'hotel yesterdav: J. 11.
Pinncl, A. It, Zeiizell, Mies "Winters,
Ja. Catherwood, J. H. W. Jenen, Jas.
rton and J. Thalhenner, Phwnix; J.
W. ILirris and Bro., Orange, Cal; E.
E. M. 1Uvki Tucson; It. B. Bryan, Ft.
Some idea of the immense amount of
ico creum consumed at Mesa on May
day may be lind when it is known that
tho Tempo Ice fectory was called upon
to deliver l.UUU pounds extra. Verily,
.Mesa is surely coming to tlio front
when good tilings aro mentioned and
tho eiiieiUiuuient of visitors con
Mrs. F. JJohnson who brought her
son bote from Fresno, Gal., a month
ago for tho benefit of Ins health, re
turned Inline last night leaving her son
here tocintintie the" enjoyment of our
invigorating and iifo giving climate.
Mrs. Johnson is satisfied that he will
entirely regain his former health, so
ho leaves with a light heart, but still
The Bank of Tempo is tho only bank
in the uiriiory whom drafts will be
honored oi ihu world's fairgrounds.
Arizona visitors to tho fair should take
advantage of tfiis convenience.
DR. CIIAB. II. J0NE8. TEMPE, A. T. OF
Bee at Morse residence.
Aeborly tfc Stephen's Tempo Ex
change sells Milwaukee beer at 6 cents
a glass. Fine liquors, imported and na
tive wines. If you feel dry these hot
days call around and stiiilo.
Tempo hotel, Tempo. Arizona, has
cool, airy rooms. The tablo is supplied
with tho best in the mnrket.
It has been reported around town
hv mirelliililn nemonR tlmt olumlil Mr.
liotigh lmvo no opposition in tho ice
Dusincps, lie will raise the price of ice
" to V,i cunts a pound. This is a calumny
Entice! Sen of Tempo sad Anion!
We ngain remind you of the fact that
la prepared to turn nut on the ahnrtett
notice Hie Kent anil Uhrapeat work
ever put up In Arizona.
Wg ffeRnowlege no Rivals,-
ReoognIze no Competition,
Second Fiddle to no Combination.
For Commercial Printing,
For Blank Work,
For Book Work,
For Anything Printed,
The "Republican" Job Office.
TS.f&t'ft SHWHW ajncKwf i
IJACKSOKYmLflif, IgpiTNSngH. m ORLLANSl
Queen & Crescent
SOLID VK8TJBHLED TKAIN3.
New Orleans to Ciniiaoiti, 91 lilet StorltiL
Making Direct Connections For All
Points north and cast. ,
fW-Pullman Palace Cars through without
change via ChattnonKa to New York. Only i ne
change oi cars to the principal polutj In Georgia
Vli (tinla. North and 8cuth Carolina and Allan
ttcSUtei. ry-Tlcket offlDe.91 St. Charlci Street, New
Orleaai, U. r. J0NK8, T. P. A.,
M. IIILOE, lrop.
Fresh Bread, Rolls, Buns, Etc.
Comtantlj on hand.
FULL I.IMK OF CONVECTIONS.
My price are the LoweitlnTown andlrepect
lull lollclt a ahare of the public patronage.
L'aggago and Transfer Checked.
Prompt Pclivcry of Express Malkr.
Never Falls to
Connect all Trains.
OITIce at Tempe Hotel.
All Work liand Made and Guaranteed.
Call and Examino my Stock ...
- - - - Iteforo Buvini; Elrewbere.
SCIIUUEMAN & SINHLETAlcy, Fropi.
FINE TDRNODTS A SPECIALTY.
Beit attention given boarding atock. , . .
.... Headquarteri for Commercial Men.
Itu nnt EPro.,
Under Highland Tanal.
Write to M.WKHT,
SCnUREMAN k 8IN'GLErARV, Fropritlon
TEMPE, .... ARIZ.
Elegant Hiding ....
. . ilnd Driving Turnouts.
Morten Hoarded by tho Day, Week or
Special Attention to Transients.
J. D. Bethune. P. B McCabe.
BETHUNE & McCABE,
ATTORNEYS AND COUN- O O O
O O O O 8ELLOBS AT LAW,
Special attention given to water and mining
DR. E. 0. HYDE,
Crown and ltildee Tf ork a Specialty.
Fourth Street, Wet; ot Tempe Ilotel.
A complete line o grocerle", prOTliloni, gen
eral merchandle, hay ana grain. iew atock
and cheap prices.
KA8TTKMPE. B. MATLEY,
J. W. DEWITT'S
nail tralna and carrln ,.
and b-ggage to aSt',,
i of the c it All .J ""."iiU
a m imirvai'H wn . a .r rrn.
parti of the c ty All orb!?! U
,nmc. Will !,. p
Office with S. H. Prachnan, I a!JCe fe.
wiouuiio no. iy
The Bank of Tempe
Pnid-up Capital. J53.000.
Genural lianklnir BueinecB TranBacted
Agents for the bct Fire Insurance Compinle
In the world.
P. P. Dagga. Prcit W. 1. Dagga. Ylcc-rret
W, I.. Van Horn.'ahler
Exchange Drawn on San Francisco, Chicago,
New Yuri and Europe.
Internal I'ald on Time Depoalta.
Boot and Shoe Maker,
All work handmade and guaranteed.
Repairing a Specialty.
FOURTH ST., -
Cor. Fourth Street amd Mill Ave.
Strictly first-class in Pvery particular. Tho only firet-clRBS hotel in the city.
Dinners and cuppers cervi-d for bal's and parties on short notice. Choice wines
and liquors for family trade. The celebrated S torero and International cigars al
SMITH & POWELL, Proprietors.
J. H. ROOT,
Big itoclt of all staple eoodi. tflfttlonerT aid fpbool nupplle. WnUhcs, cIckjIeb, tpeckt and
jvnvKT a mi-c iiLe oi oi)i 10 seu tumc ana ice,
STAPLE FAJNCT GEOCEMES
The leading Qroceryhoute tn Tempe.
Goodi delivered free to any part ot the City,
GO TO THE
Pioneer Meat Market
A. BERKENKAMP, Proprietor.
Choice Steaks, Roasts,
Head Cheese, fiuagftrea of nil IHnri. nrcot rnoati a.n. Kn..i.. i
Free delivery to any pari oi town or couutrr. Juan Baca, the experienced cutter, alwayi In
Confectionery and Ice Cream Parlor,
Cor. Third and Mill Ave.
Rooms to Let at Reasonable Rates
Jffi'KeX 2?&5-00; 1,y t,,e Mouth 520-00-
M. HOKTOlSr, Proprietor.
A. J. I'ETEKS, rreaident.
BEN UOLU.11AN, Vlce-Frealdent.
TKltltT WILDJIAS, Secretary.
ia mUm Dnr
IM Hi I I MIMM U
JU UUiUttU 1
Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents Furnishings, Boots and. Shoes,
Groceries, Crockery and Queensware, Harness and Saddlery,
Hardware, Wagons and Farm Implements.
M. E. HURLEY
The Live Butcher
Choice Steaks and 1q
The Bent Kept Market in rhni. . I
enced Cutter Krv BelUVry i ? '"wl
...,... - rviMm
Washington St., Phoenix.
The Only First-Class Kesta-n,
GOOD MEAL3 AT ALL HOURS.
MESH FliH. VEIL CllinS. tIC If t tj
HUNDAV: CHICKEN DINNER iXD tn?c
All the betst game, fruite and WJ
in season. . ice private room
SINGLE MEALS 25 CTS.
TUCK. HING & CO,
Sisters Academy or the Sacred Bl
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
KnglUh, French. Bpanlih, Palctinr.Canl
wuiiu. cuiuiDiuerr. ?. (.... .
reaeoiuble. Addren, MOf liEK fiCPIlffl
Columbia Ira FoddI
Mannfactnrerere of JIiII.Mk
rumning and Ifoistrnj li-j
tcctural Iron Work, Etc.
Ban Fernaudo St , near Uain.
Manuf etnreni of Mlll,5IHI"r.fcl
iiik ana iioisuur Mwliliifri, mil
Well Boriiiff Rlci and Too't,Sny
i-aiieya.aearing and Htiif..ilM
Rrollera. Ovpii. jtpVrt kt
niilMltiR front-and ArfblMrtal
Work. Oane P ow. Strtorri LuiU
era Plow Extras Bciltmol lvl
Bole Agents (or A tin Irrinlr:
htm Pump?, Otli Brt' Et'f.'1
u ran uc anuDteararaiKcrtifca&i
Your Custom Solicited,
950-9GG Buena Vista St., Losiiri
O.fiH . M. DAir.V. UIXEDIU31
.tv rucion, Henwn, iimwKF
ElPatoand Intermediate Utlorn.
lll.Kn A. M. DAILY PACBTfJ
JL Ai . O J PRESS for pnlnti i
Nerada, Oregon and Washlrjtton.
-. -. - n ., .,.,. .TtHTlt
u.1 ra&o.eau Antonio. Houston anoff"
8.1 K P.M. DAILY, MIXED W.3'
- I YllTnuanil lnf.rtniJiia
"EL PASO RCUTE
Texas and Pacl
Tho Great Popular RouSeM"!
Short line to NEW OHLXANS.f; jl
ntih AM. - .titlhHiL I
MAN BUFrET Uf1,
CARS and aolid lW
from El rue W
DxIIu, fort Worth. Sew OrlewJ, IttfS Jl1
FA8T TIME AND 8UREC0NNI
lW-?ee that yonr ticket ''"J
PaolUc Railway. For map,tloeil
raiea ana an reqoireu iBiorm i
addreaa any of the ticket aten I
R p. nARBYSMty
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