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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1893.
ELEYAT1NG THE STANDARD.
It of the Quarterly Ex
lyThreo Out of Eighteen Appli
cants Succeed In Reach
jbe examination yesterday of tho
jrjin tho teachers' quarterly
' -.imn rinsed tho dnv before. iIIb-
i3)ia"""! - - .
,Mei that thero has been an upward
'tJency m tho standard of qualifiers
ton to teach. It appeara in fact, that
.ttrinlfuueui .iviucuuu una nuouu ii
a judJnly and eo hleh that it ia now
t of reach of a large majority of tho
actons of this county, and that the
joyful minority may only touch it
lMtmlinK on tiptoe. Of the IS ap.
Junta only three, Miss Edith A. Kob
bns. MSS i0"y 1or'eV nd Mies Susan
jinson, ?re passod. Those who fell
t !. ...net nnrt avna.lannail w1
iel known teachers of a class rather
Seter before has bo largo a ratio of
ujarfJ marked an examination in this
atritory, and it may be said in favor of
a? who failed, that there has pro
j,1!t never been another teachers' ex
a nation in the United States, in
ilich they would not have had a bet
(.opportunity to succeed.
jluextrauruiuai v icsuu ui iuo ox-
..rition is due to two causes, one of
liich a3 the superintendent's pur
.jjtoiaiae tho standard of qualiflca-
' .-.I Via ntlior Ilia OTriAntlt minnnn.
pgction of the law an to tho time to bo
KfupieJ bv the examination.
When the examination opened and
list of interrogatories relating to
aijbiect of arithmotic was presented,
It teachers at once recognized the
("ii'.ion? ts be of the character fro
pHtly described as "stem-winders."
jjetv minutes were given in which to
jsp.'ete the list. Three of the appli
es estimated that it would take
itasbout ninety nays anu tney ac
sriinzly withdrew from tho examina
03, It was in the examination in
rtlmetic that eleven of the applicants
i grammar caught the other. The
pi made by the successful teach
ofre not flatteringly high in any of
it branches. It the superintendent
uauins the standard he has set up,
iri.ua will soou boast of a class of
utjera of which the territory may
hi proud. It is not meant by the
lite remark to permit tho inference
ui tie territory is not already proud
t ,i teachers.
l:m Night Before Last at the
hi9 account of the "Poverv Social"
lr.ua bv' ie young ladies and pentle-
:'so' "ie Iirst liaptist church last
Itpi mention was omitted of the
Isi.mea many of whuh were striking.
Pis "rat prize to gentlemen was
,!iud to K 1 T. Swenarton, whose
i:.-!i jjjh'i;..i ot an om calico ilrea,
lr tt.pprs and blue bows and an
L tiae(l fraw hat. The prize was
anwn clothes pins.
I H'sF, fie McDonald won the laliea'
In The chief feature of her cos
laewas a eown in which her great
Iri-i nuttier might hive been mar-
U Cogzlns wore a pair of high-
lifnroasers, a homespun shirt, red
Iwlund a single suspender.
t Baker's trousers were an aggre-
I J". a j! rangated patchwork.
I H'l Lucy Kllii represented "Old
litter Patch" and was accompanied
I' "numerous children.
ne man whose name could not be
IwUined wore a handsome suit,
1 iedho.vover with $5 bills.
t.maro Id bov was llio picture of
Ijj.dation. Out at tho knees and
& md thoroughly tattered ho look-
hml he had emerged from a thresh.
t ,M Tu'tlo wore blue overalls.
k1arnel shirt and slouch hat. His
f.aa arranged after the manner
(i brigand. The receipts of this
-"eemer'ainment were 110.77.
f'o' Kent's Homeward Journey.
1 'er vm yesterday received from
iir i-m, mention oi wnosti pruu-
a a u.ness at Los Angeles was
f in lie by The Uei'ithmcan.
' " ' win dated from nn Atlantic
'run nnnr th Arizona and
j" il'i line. Tho writer faid
ni-f 1 that the illness would
'at he felt a stroni' desire to
I ' 'ii fi i nnil lirntlipr in Mnssfl-
I-fc ii-'ne ho difd. IIo accord
s a-. 1 n,4 hcil tn In- riiliuived to
in uhwli onndition ho was
11 l ..it... vjl Ij-.ii rin.ti
i " uiunniii jvi.ii.v .
,J Commencomont Exerclso8.
' s-i program of tho graduating
fi f ihn Turritorial Normal
V it T... . -ltrn,lnh.1.. n.......
I i been ibsued by tho class of
ftRE YOU GOING
T0 VISIT THE
' you uro buy a pair of shoes
w a l you will be prepared it
'"e.iui! our stock of summer
m and Oxfords Is complete.
e a handling tho bent products
" leading manufacturers of
r "try, aud are prepared
' h you with stylish shoes
1 ruto prices.
"Kl ! -"IVESHOKDEALKK.
Ht?i J-'n'0tl0, i8 "Virtue is the
a's foSf dl ThB "" -"I be
Woman's Place I i,iS.Iir3rnW,,IBaI
Muslo ""-0 ....Lildttl Kembert
Rp.lop.nt oiscleaee' SUiSS
Pr,us Am r U'e COn"
Muslo...' ' " I'rlnclP1 E- '. Storm'cut
Austhaua has extreme hoat in sum
mer. A scientist hays that matches
accidentally dropped on tho ground
there were ignited. A recent ofllcial
report states that in South Australia,
January, 18S2, tho heat in sunshine was
180 degrees, only SO degrees below boil
A HANDICAP FIGHT
Which Didn't Coma Off Night
A Tempo Contractor Tloa one Hand
Behind Him to Equalllze
Late night before last there might
have been seen in a prominent "Wash
ington itreet resort, the extraordinary
Snectacle of ll wall l-nrmn ni.il. CM.
carpenter and contractor, with a big
uyu iieu iiuum ins waist m such a
manner as to bind his left arm secure
ly to his back. The explanation of his
bondage was readily forthcoming.
He had iust been iiiiL'awil in Inuinui
dispute with a prominent Phcunix con
tractor in the same lino. At last the
dispute became personal and a question
arose between the disputants as to
ineir comparative pnysicai prowoes.
The Tempo man describing the ease
...il. .l.!n. I... n..l.l I-.. . I.!-
iiimi mnuii iid uuuiu my uut ilia uuuiny,
employed that old time expression of
Superior fighting qualities, "ho could
lick him with one hand tied behind
him." He accordingly procured a rope
mm tiuncu inuiuuu iu ue uouuu as de
scribed, and implored the Phajnix man
to "come on." The handicap light
didn't "come off."
All graduates of the Ensor institute
are requested to meet in tho parlors in
the Gilson block on Friday evening at
8:30 o'clock, to organize nn Ensor
A. l Waliikidoi:,
20 miners, $2 per day and board ; 45
4-horso teams with trail wagons, $3 per
day and found ; 45 drives, 1.00 per day
and board, l'refer to have owners of
teams select their own drivers to go to
Volcanic mines. Apply at the Orange
Belt Land and Canal otlice, room 4,
One or two nicely furnished rooms
one half square from court bquaro. Ad
dress 1 O. Box 218.
Have vou tried our pure ico orea-n?
If not, give us a call, it is certainly the
best in town. oi'okank Bakery.
You can see one of those lovely Vic
torias at the Victor Bicycle ngency, 32
South Center St. This !b the best and
the easiest ridirfg ladies' wheel in the
Breadl Breadl Bread!
Cheap if you carry it away from our
store, 10 S. Center St. Six large loaves
for 25 cents. Si-okane Bakeky.
Walker &. Cant.
Ileal Estate, Insurance and Money
brokers. Houses to rent, nnd rents col
lected. Prompt attention given to all
business entrusted to us. Office No. 14
Buy them from the Irvine Co.
ORDINANCE NO. 149.
Coiitlimlnc l frc ami tixlenrtluB tlm
tlm lxty ((10) iIvm frinn tlm l!8ili
ils of July. 1(H3, Tor coinplntlnctliH
l.lrclrlo KallHity. iiiiiiiicBil mid Inl
ine euuNtriiriml iiiiiIit tlm I'ruiiclilun
cIiIkb criinliMl to.I. O. HitiilHir hyor
iIIiiiiik'u Nn l", 'iitmeil "An ilidl
iiiuiCB RMntlns to .1 O. IMiinli.ir. Mi
ucceiiit and hI,:iim. 11 rrniiclilo to
riinxtiiii't an Kin trie Mrrri lillwu
i.ttu, and u xyotKiii nf nlotric llRlit
land iiicr In tin. City nf I'lmnix.
The common council of the city of Phoenix
do ordain ni iuiiuws
That tho ilmo for the conp'othm of the oloe
trie rallwuv under the franelilso er.tulral J. O.
Dunbar, his succesior and rUiis, by ordi
nance No 12a. of the city of l'nra lx, be biuI
the same is hereby extended a period of lxty
(CO) days from and aftor thoMthdayof July,
A. D. 1'J3.
This ordinance shall taVo cfTect and hn In
(ao irr.in mid r(kt Its passage and pUbllCtt-
tlon accprdln.it to la w f
l'sed by the common eniuii-iiw; i
" Pha-nlx.lhls Tlhday of June,
SKA!. A I) lbW- , , ., ..
Apiroved this 7th day of JunB,1,A,JD0$j
1 v.ssssss'' 1 y. Asarjii
vmh . 1 yj
Off For The Simmer!
M. K. Winslow i Co., have opened a fruit and confectionery store In the Commercial UoUl
Block where a choice selestlon ot
Sensible foiks are buying their
Diamonds, Watches, etc., at home
ui tuuou .j iwuun tu uo lunuuiu, -,
instead ol wait in c till awav amonc ranffra. Lenimis. liniinnns. Nuts f!nnilia nrl n;iS
strancers. r , a .
-' Cttll ne iniinil AtfhnthA IniVAttt llclnty nrfPOfl Thov alenhorna kMittlfnl Ca. tsn..A. l- v f
f.--.. -.m ,- 1- !- 1 1 " 1 f T. VT "--- - --.-"p K..D. vj .. iv t uvouwiui ouua ruuuiaiu wilCIV
1 III! Ill lll'S !lll' Tl-i lllttT IU f 1 I1W1 ! I 1 I U CIHIl 1T3SI1 uriiiER Hra sprvpu
nrln fin 1 I T j-v r -w w .-wr It j- . n m .
r-resh Cherries and Strawberries on Hand in Season.
Pure unfermonled Fruit Jam from California aln ays on hand and for sal). Give them ft call!
M. E. WINSLOW & CO. I
goods sell for anywhere.
Vantilburg & Davison,
Leading Phcenix Jewelers,
East Washington Street.
Ico Oream b' tho Uish,
irint or Gallon at tho
J. W. YOCUM, Prop.
Tho Alfalfa Moat Market.
I have just opened my new meat mar
ket, No. 24 Washington street, next
door to Mesa Fruit Store, where I have
fitted up one of the neatest markets in
Pluenix. My shop will always be found
clean and neat, and nil my meats fresh
and nice. Will aleo have poultry on
hand at all times. Prompt delivery
will bemade a specialty. I buy my
stock direct from the raisers and use
no cuIIb. C. C. IIgkd,
24 West Washington St.
Win. Limbrook, the only boot and
shoemaker in town, who combines a
store and shop together, and attends to
all mending and repairing himself, his
work is guaranteed. Removed to tho
Williams hotel, twodoora east of the
po3t office, on Washington street op
posite tlie county court house, Phcenix,
Farm for Sale.
One of the finest 80-acre farms in the
valley, fifty acres in bearing fruit.
Terms, part cash, balance long time,
8 per cent interest. Six miles from
Pluenix. A bargain in every way.
P. B. Lindsley.
MUST HAYE MONEY,
I will sell two desirable residence lots
nicely located and convenient to business
at a sacrifice. Address Box 491, Phus
To Tho World's Fair.
The Santa Fo route will Pell from
Deming nnd El Paso tickets to Chicago
and return for 55.10, to St. Louis nnd
return for $47.10, to Kansas City, At
chison, St. Joseph, Leavenworth and re
turn for $15.00, limited for return to and
including November 15, 1893. PaeBen
cers via the Santa Fe route make close
connections at Deming, are offered all
the conveniences known to modern
travel, quickest time, meals that cannot
be equalled, and are landed in tho heart
of Chicago, close to hotels, cable cars,
nnd olevoted roads. Secure your Pull
man accomodations by writing to C. II.
Morehouse, D. K. A P. A., El Paso,
Goldberg Bros., Barrel of Honey,
July 4th., Opera House.
Mr. Abe WatkinB is my agent durinc
my absence to the mountains.
G. W. Baknakd.
Dr. Ancil Martin, diseases oy, Car
nosu throat aspecialty. Glas9oe utted
The Phcenix Ice Factory will deliver
ice in the old city limits at the follow
Fifteen pounds or less, 1 cent per
Over twenty-live pounds, cent per
Special rutes on amounts exceeding
Our ice is made from natural water
and the ice crystals wliilo forming are
constantly exposed to a stream of run
ning water, which effectually removes
all impurities, tho product being in
every respect the same as natural ice,
and wo guarantee it to bo equal in
purity, density, and keeping qualities
to any natural or manufactured ice in
the world. S. D. Lount & Son.
is the right time
for c cry body to
A temperance drink.
A homc-mado drink.
A health-giving lnn.k-
A thirst-quenching drink.
A drink that is popular everywhere.
Delicious, Sparkling, Effervescent.
A nt padcaM makes 5 ?an. sLil
)t.co-u.beT,8e. Oon-lUdm. --..
fejfcsfc ?W2bu&v rauo i
Citizens, study your health; good
health is haopiness. Use Coronndo
Natural Mineral Wator at every oppor
tunity. Physicians from all over tho
country are recommending it to their
patients for a positive relief in kidney
trouble nnd indigestion. For sale in
quart Bnp pint bottles by all reliable
druggists, grocers and wine merchants.
crtnrm pun fin lpfiuif.h L. Mftlizer.
j wholesale liquor dealer, agent.
To the Public.
Whsreus. it has come to our notice
that tho Arizona Construction com
pany, contractors, are offering to sell
water franchises nnd to build laterals
and deliver water from tho Gila Bend
Keeervoir and Irrigation company's
cana'. we hereby give this public no
tice, warning all persons ngainst the
pavment to said Arizona Construction
company, contractors, of any money
for the Durchaeo ot any water trnn
chises or for tho building of any lat
erals or the delivery of water, by said
Arizona Construction company, con
tractors, as they have no legal water
franchises to sell, nor legal right to
build laterals, nor legal right to de
liver water from said canal.
Gila BuNDUKsunvoin and Iitr.raATioN
Co. By Lewis Wolfley,
Kotiee to Taxpayers.
rplIE TAXPAYERS of this county are here
JL hy notified to Hit their property at tho
oltlce of the County ABiessor, for the assess
ment of ls'j:!, on or before the first Monday In
II. C. ORME,
TlIK CENTRAL IIOTKI. LUNCH
COUNTER Is the only place In I'hrcnlx where
a genuine German Lunch can be found,
Switier, Limbtrgcr, Sardines, Sandwkks.thc Beit Coffee
Everything found at a first-class counter.
FRED STEPHEN, Proprietor.
STEVENS & ALBRIGHT
Cor. Montezuma & Adams St.,
LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE.
Good Turnouts on short notice
at all hours of the dar and night.
Buy, Sell and Trade, Horses.
Special attention to boarding horses.
Una rtmtwai tn flT7 H'otl Xlmllann Rt utiArj.
she Invites her customers to call.
sne guarantees ner worn ana turns none dui
STYLISH AND ELEGANT GARMENTS.
MRS. A. L. PENCE
MISS M. VARLEY
At Mrs. Lee's Millinery Parlors,
142 E. Washington St.
Only First-Class Work.
COTTINO AND FITTING TAUUUT.
Ladies Tailor System.
Drop In and seoinyllncof
Are you going to the World's Fair?
You Want a
A Now Mini Just Received
Immense Stock !
A NICE PLACE.
GOLDMAN & Co!
Established in 1874.
We haTO the largest stock of General Merchandise In the Territory, consisting ot
Groceries, Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Wagons, Dry Goods, Furnishing
Goods, Clothing, Hats, Hoots and Shoes. All of our heavey goods we ship in car loads'1
and others In large quantities, which enables us to sell you lower than anybody. Call j
and convince yourself. jr
GrOLT3M;.iTsr & Co.
Telephone No., 48
McNULTY& CHAPMAN BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fancy and Staple Groceries.
The Largest Lino of Fresh Groceries In the City.
' PROMPT DELIVERY.
Tto:TnSt' Phcenix, Arizona. ;
ie Trask-Ressler facer
iitii v- f m j I1. '-I .
-"Wholesale and lletail-
FRESH GOODS RECEIVED DAILY.
41 West Washington St., PHCENIX, ARIZ.
IIA.Y AND GUA.IIS.
Hay There !
And Barley, too!,
The ltaixlluy& Grain Co.
Will deliver to any part of the city or additions,
At the following LOW CASH 1-K1CKS:
Alfalfa Hay, por bale 40o I Steameil Flaked Itarley pcraack :000 ,
Grain Itay, " 4fte Whole Uarley per 100 900
Kolleil Hmloy, per sark DOc Wlieut, " 81.60
, It run per sack. Ode
Special Prices to Wholesale Buyers.
See us before buying elsewhere. Wo will save you money.
Telephone No. 71.
I KHHN HAY Al
Cor. First and Jefferson Stg.
ha.i)1)LE8 ..v;vr irvri:v:EHH.
Harness, Saddles, Eta,
IN THE CITY.
As I have moved to my largo new quarter", r am dally receiving largo Invoice of new goods
and there U nothing In my line that is not Included in my rtoek. I defy competition and will
glvo better goods for the same money than can be piocured anywhere ehe in the city.
20 and 22, Center St., ILSTorth of "Washington.
31.XTIIOIIjVTII13VG A.1ST 1IOOKK1NDING.
SEND FOR DESIGNS S ESTIMATES
$ 0ffie? Stationery,
ksr BRnnlne St.
Los Angeles, Cal
Is good as the genuine Hirks'