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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 20; lh3.
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TEMPE, ARIZONA, SEPTEMBER 20. 1893.
Six business men were called from
their countern and placoa ol labor yes
terday to sit as lurore. Tho wheels ol
it injustice Degan moving tu iv ocioct a.
SB., turn at i.tu jj. ui. tun ui
ianjry and thoroughly disgusted men
esipnasizea ineir tbiujvii ui v
lmlltv"and emertred from tho variety
, i lay they had been compelled to llBten
.".sefor nearly three hoursj Tbo case
?- that of the groat territory of Arl
onaas a side partner with Pompa
Yquez v Y. Oalvillo, deputy con
i smiMt, snd TTnlted States dcmitv mar-
1 1 Mhal in Tempo precinct. Iho trial was
i -HOICI in UO largo UO" m mo umuwu
m & Gill building and was ol a farcical
I nature tinsred with vulearlty and rich
epithets particular to the soft Latin
tongue. There was but little if any
videnco against the prisoner except
that of the complaining witness, who
claimed to have been carried on tho
festive officer's shoulder with her feet
pointing toward the zenith but as this
wasatatimo of evening when many
wero on the streets and no ono was a
witness to the act Jt is rather an im
probable story for several American
boys from the ranches near town were
with Calvillo throughout the evening
Irom 7:30 to 11 o'clock at which latter
time ho was sleeping the sleep of tho
weary and innocent.
In tho complaint made up by the
prosecuting witness she claimed Cal
Yillo broke up the furniture and
smashed a glass filled with beer on the
floor, but the evidence of others nhowed
that his conduct during the five min
utes spent in her house was of tho un
demonstrative typo and indicated pain
ful sobriety rather than hilarity.
During the past few weeks a great
number of similar cases have come up
snd as a rulo Jury trials have been de
manded and a verdict of not guilty has
beeu the result. In this case, however,
there seems to have ben a conspiracy
to get even with the constable for hav
ing ordered tho women to cease fre
quenting the saloons. A similar case
ia now pending; against Calvillo for un
lawful cohabitation. This complaint
was sworn out by Sltveria Zunlea, who
has frequently been harassed by officers
in tbo discharge of their duties. The
taxpayers and better class of citizens
are growing tired of tho legal proceed
ings that are'productlvo only of costs to
tho county and a big kick will be made
before the board of supervisors at the
.next meeting. Tempe proper is an un
usually moral and peaceable town and
the little harassing cases for costs has
a tendency to make the outside world
think the infernal regions have broken
Chas. Edwards, of Goldtleld.is ftend-
fling a few days in Tempe.
A. F. Gunn. of Ban Francisco. Is in
Tempe with school books for sale.
J. B. Woodward and P. B. McOabe,
lave gone to Florence in the interest of
' -the Walker case.
A. J. Ritter, a well-known man from
Cochise county is in Tempe. Mr.
Bitter has held the position of county
treasurer and other important offices in
that county but recently he has been at
the Mammoth mine. He is hero to
look over the new goldflelds and drive a
stake for a second fortune.
An excursion from Tempe, consisting
of about thirty persons, prominent
among which Is Capt. George and his
family, his three sons and their fami
lies, Garry Lacy and wife, D. W. Sparks
and wife, all of Phcenix, visited Tempo
on Monday evening, went up on Tempo
butte, took in tho various objects of in
terest and returned by starlight. They
were packed like sardines in a box in
the heavv stages and seemed for a few
hours to )iavo laid aside all busy cares
ior an evening's recreation.
Residents of Tempo and Mesa should
send their orders for piano tuning to
Phcenix Music Co.
Tee Tempo hotel is the place to board
whero you can get spring chicken for
The Mexican clubofTempele making
extensive preparations to give a grand
ball at Daggs' ball on tho evening of
Sept. 10, in honor of the Elchty-flrst
Anniversary of the Independence of
, ERNEST SCHMIDT'S,
'Alt Work Hand Made and Guaranteed.
Call and Examine my Stock - -
, - - - Before Buvlng Elsewhere.
In fine second-hand Pr-'tna CRn
condition. For sale, "rice 3OUi
W. J. KINGSBURY,
Tempe, : : : : Arizona.
J. D. Bethune. P. II. JlcCafce,
BETHUNE & McCABE,
ATTORNEYS AND OOUN- O O O
. 0 O O O 8ELLOR8 AT LAW,
' Special attention given to water and dining
JESUS PEREfc, Prop.
The Largest Hotel iu Arizona.
Good rooms, meats at all seasonable boars A
good feed yard In connection with the
hotel. Booms alio to lot by the
day, week or month.
Ot Ice cold beer in Tempe only 5o a glass at th,e
Tempo Exchange. Choice Mqnors, Native and
Imported Wines and cigars always in stock;
also genuine Swiss cheese and Bologna sand
wiches served to the hungry. Give us a trial
and we'll treat you right.
AEBERLY & STEPHON,
TEMPE EXCHANGE, Opposite tbe Post Office.
Baggage, Express and Freight Delivery,
OFFICE AT GREGORY'S HOTEL,
Meets all trains and call any one who wishes to
De awakened in the morning.
ADAPTED FOR OOMMtnOAl. TRAVELERS.
Fin Wlnas, Liquors and dears.
6. D. MDItPHY. Proprietor.
Boot and Shoe Maker.
All work handmade and guaranteed.
M. IIXZ.GK, Prop.
Fresh Bread, .Rolls, Buns, Etc.
Constantly on hand.
rVhh X.INK OF CONFECTIONS.
My prices are tho Lowest in Town and I respect
fully solicit a share of the pobllo patronage.
A Perect Vaporizer and Sure Ignition Make It the BPST.
THERE ore over 1,200 Union Gas Engine C,'r ensrines now In operation
on tlioPnuilc Coast, and about 60 per cent of these ore pumping water, and
at a lower cost than by any other power known They require no attention after
starting, and are ready for operation at any moment, day or night; can bo started
in ton seconds. You cannot pump water with a horao power or even eteam. and
compete with your neighbor who pumps with a Gasoline Engine. "A word to
tho wise is sumcient."
For Catnlogrne and Prices Address
ARIZONA HARDWARE CO.,
General Agents, Tempe. A. T.
Phoenix Oil Co., Center St., Phoenix, Agents.
Where you can get pomething good to eat and drink and a
ploaeant jleop. Choice wines liquors and cigars at tho bat
in connection with the hotel,
Only Hotel in. Tempo That Has Sample Rooms,
SMITH & POWELL, Prop's.
STAPLE I PAJNOT GROCEEIES
The leading Grocery honso In Tempe.
Good delivered fteo to any part of the City.
GO TO THE
loneer meat mar
A. BERKENKAMP, Proprietor.
Choice teaks, Roasts3
Bead Cheese, inataeei o! all kinds, pressed meat, game and poultry in Beaton.
Free dollvery to any part ol town or country. Juan Baca, the experienced catter, always In
Confectionery and Ice Cream Parlor,
Cor. Third and Mill Ave.
Rooms to Let at Reasonable Rates.
Boardby tho Week S5.00; By the Month $20.00.
sintfio jueais zo ucius.
.Hr.jlV.. I L if . L J" ' "i " SfcJ'isAss
ME8A OITY.'ARIZONA, SEPTEMBER 20, 1893.
Mr. Alex-Lucy waa in Mesa yesterday
Mr. Clark came up from hia ranch
oouthwest of Mesa yesterday on' busi
Mr. Jaa. McClintock and mother ot
Phcenix, paid Mesa a pleasant visit
Mrs. Ursula Brizzee returned laet
week from a five months' visit with jel
ativea in Utah and Idaho.
Tho Lehi baseball nine strengthened
by a couple of Mesa's nino played the
Btrintttown boys Saturday.
J. S. Peteraon.of Farmers' Exchange,
drove down to tho capital city yester
day on business pertaining to the firm.
Beveralof tho Johnson boys started
on a gold seeking expedition in tbe
Superstition mountains east of Gold
T. E. Pomeroy and V. G. Clark, of
Mesa, started for Goldfield yesterday
afternoon to develop some fino claims
they have there.
The quarterly conference of the
church of JesuB Christ or Latter Day
Saints for the Maricopa stake, finished
its ten days' session last night. The
conference was a large ono and all wore
justly repaid for coming out.
Messrs Hall and Sullivan put a crew
of eight men to work on the Black
Queen mine yesterday morning. The
Black Queen was the claim that tho
bond of $20,000 was elven, for tho
Mammoth and two other claims were
given as decoys.
Development work on the newly
bonded claims, Falrstake and SunBet,
will begin this week. Mr. Wilbur has
been awaiting hia partner. Mr. Samp
son's return from California, but if he
doss not come before Friday, It is re
ported he will begin work anyway.
Mr. Ghas. B. Lewis returned from
Goldfiold last night where he has been
inepectine the possibilities of the camp.
While there the ten stamps in the
Mammoth mill were started and the
machinery ran nicely the first attempt.
ThiB will mark the beginning of an
epoch of prosperity in the camp, as all
who are owning good claims can go to
work developing them and feel assured
that capital can now be induced to take
Father ot American Inw Reformers.
In tho history of American jurispru
dence the namo of David Dudley Field
will always be associated with law re
forms. Ho began as early as 1839 to
show by public utterances his Interest
in the subject and issued a number of
pamphlets on tho subject in the years
Immediately following. Ills work in
the preparation of codes and simplify
ing forms of procedure in tho courts
has influenced almost the whole world.
More than half tho states of tho union
have adopted -wholly or in part his
system of codes. Tho Australian and
other colonics of Great Britain, India,
tho British Isles themselves and other
countries have adopted forms of pro
cedure founded more or less closely
upon those which ho advocated. In
international law also his influenco has
been great. He prepared single handed
a code of international law which was
published twenty years ago, and which
has been translated into many lan
guages, and has hod an important in
fluence in forming public opinion on
many branches of the law of nations.
DH. UUAB. U. JONE8, TXMHC, A. T. Of
fice at Helneman & Olll building.
Office hours S to 9 a. m., 3 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m.
HOHOliEMAN A SINdLETAJtlY, 1'ropn.
FINE TURNOUTS A SPECIALTY.
Best attention given boarding tock. . . .
. . . Headquarter! for Commercial lieu.
Ik Bank .of Tempe
Paid-up Capital, $50,000.
General Banking Business Transacted
Agents for the beat Fire Inisrance Companies
P. P. Daggs, Pret W. K, Daggs, Vice-Prest
W. L. Van Horn, Cashier
Exchange Drawn on Ban Francisco, Chicago,
Nw York and Europe. ' '
Interest rml,oaTlmo Deposits. v.
Piofleer Saloon t
. -.' ' Gaming Halt
1 W. L; JONES.'Prop.
-n. Carries a lull line o(
Wines, Liquors & Cigars,
, Tables and paraphernalia for
4 aU'kjcds ot'e&taes at hand,
MaiajSireet. GOLDFIELD, ARIZ.
LOSANGELESRESTAUIUNT AND BAKERY.
M. KUCKS, Prop,
Mealsat all hours and short orders a specialty.
Fresh bread, cakes and pies erery day.
Pomeroy Block, - Mesa City, Ariz.
W. A'. KIMBALL, Prop.
Leaves Hesa every day except Enndayat 1
Arrives at Goldfield at 6 p. m.
Leaves Goldfield every day except Monday at
Arrives at Mean at 9.15 a. in.
NEW COACHES, GOOD STOCK
Catrle passengers, packages and accomoda
This stage carries The Arizona Kepubllcan,
the only dally paper that reaches the camp the
same day published and contains the latest
news ana Associatea rress mspatcbes.
For advertising and news get The Arizona Re
The Mammoth Saloon.
WHITE & BENTON. Props.
WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS.
CAN BE CARRIED IN TBE POCKET
Dr. GIBLAND'S TRUE CORE So. 3
Trevcnts and cures Coughs,
l Colds. La OrlDDC. Pneumonia.
n . . ..-: .-
Aiieronoiriii you vrouia not
oe wiinoui u ai any price, it
saves Health, saves Dollar.,
saves Life. Full directions
and delivery by mall to anr
aaaresa on reecipi or toe. n. iiAiiLAau
CO.. 120 Tremontbt.. Boston. Mass.
STAGE .! LINF.
CARRYING THE U.S. MAIL
BOWIE STATION, YIA S0L0M0NY1LLE,
TO FORT THOMAS AND GLOBE.
A Dally line of Btascs running between the
above points, connecting at Bolomonvllle with
stage line for Clifton, OpperQlIa, and at Bowie
BUtlon with the Bouthera Pactflo railroad.
new coaches, splendid Teams, Fast Time,
Special teams on band all the time for tho ac
commodation of drummers snd families. The
lies; Equipped Huge Line in Arizona.
0. S. MAIL AND STAGE LH
Paseengea from Globe, Ban Carlo.
Thomas a-adaU points below wMdISS f0"
thastareat Solomonvllle for Dancing! ,?
days. Wednesdays and Fridays at 7o'cloc?
cuung oiote coanecuon ftl unncan w.r?
train from Lerdsbuwto Clifton and viS11'
Also with t!w itre for Carlisle. New vi!f a
returning from Duncan to 8o!omoavlllS?i
rival of trln from Clifton and sta. iffiS.1
lisle on Tuesdays, Thursdays andg!turt.0,'
riving at Bolomonrille at e o'oclockn"
keep a good oorral at each end of th.,5:.1
This is a short road reo from dust "aid af
tho week. M'aJor
PHCENIX, TEMPE AND MESA STAGE
Lr. PhosnixatTa. roLv. Mesa at In a
m, iompiv,ffi, "'Tenpeatajflift
iRnm men "P.B.
LT.Phoenlx at 8p. m. Lv. Mesa at 63C a
Ar. in Mess at 5 p.m. Ar. Phoenix atsi
fiLTrr P.utiar nj Vw..- B.
Leave ThcenU at 7, m., for Goldiell
EBANK MILLER, PROP,
Office at Mesa Fruit Btore,
Bo fop Wfcile HUIs Mining Canpj
Tri-Weekly BUsxe Line.
Through In one day; 8-pauacngcr. 4-b,.
thoroughlirace wagon; chanre horses at rS5
ranch and at Mountain Spr&M- leaves vES
man Monday. Wednesday and ftidayi? tS?
w.,uusMiwcvwiiiiuK Pe xzis name da
Leaves White Hills dirap TttssdayrThSfc,,
uu uiiuiuit . o . ia., ana arrives at Ki
man at 6 p. ta. same day.
Shortest and most direct route to thK..
White HUIs mining camp. Stage offlci it i!
the W. H. TaggartMercantlie companv. Vf
conveyance on application. "
CKOB3 & CO.. PM...
Florence and Casa Grande
Stage leaves Casa Grande at 7 a. a. -
Beturnlng leaves Florence at 130 p. nu. tt
rive at Casa Grande at 6 d.. ".
r..Mke,?nD1SUon. ' 'lorenoe with stttti.
Globe. This line Is fifty miles nearerTtoS
than anr other linn. v""
DREW, STEVENS & CO.
PhcBnix k Prescoit Stage k
rOH KRESOOTT, VIA BLACK CANYON:
Leave Phoenix, Tuesday, Thursday and 8tt
57. 7h.m- Arrive. Sunday, WednesdiT S
Friday at a. m. Fare, J12.60. Fifty umQ
baggage free; excess, 6 cents per pound.
Far frtiettt, rii More ti Ctiam:
Leave Phcenix, Monday, Wednesday sal tt
; ' "-m. Arrive, lueiaay.ia&rKUTiM
Saturday at 5 p. m. Fare, 116. Fifty jnml .
J-Office with Weft, Fargo bo.
O. XT. OKKKK)LR,llf . Agtst
Florence and Globe Stage lii
QTAGK LEAVES FLOEENCE DAILT Kl
kj aiversiaeanauioDoat70'ciocx,r x ra
Tl Mint.. .Yf U1. .. I .. ,. f
.. ut,m , M.vciaiuo .uu &rnveav U10MI
8 o'clock, r. it.; returning, leaves Globe atf
ucitck a. k.. arrives ai riorenceau oeM
a. ja. uooa accomoaauon on me roM,i
inuyeu un, gooa stocx anacomiorUDiettia
IA11ti.kA,WA AAa A a.A Alk.. Jl - twT.
.wui'uvim uim;u voxj uuier umy. nj
GDILD, Agent, Florence. B, F, KtUNlf
Hansaker's Phoenix, Tcbcc ud Mta6
8tge Line, making direct connections wtli I
L'v. Phcenix 6:30 a. m. L'v. Mesa 6 JO s a.
L'v. Tempe 80 a. m. L'v.Temr7J0ta-
Ar. xesa 9.30 a. m. Ar. PhcenU J.-00I.1
L'v. Phcenix S.OO p.m. L'v. Mesa 1:00 e.m.
L'v. Tempe 4:00 p. m. 1v. Tempo 2 so p. t
Ar. Mesa 6 SO p. ta. Ar. Phcenix 4ft p.t
CARItY PASSENGERS AND EXPRRt
Office Commercial hotel. Frank Phillip d
Flakes' stable. A.G. HUNSAKER.PTO
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET,
The only first-class market In the city.
A. BERKENKAMP, Prop
All kinds of fresh meats. Delivery free to all parts of the city.
POMBItOX ItLOCK. - MESA CTrt
F. T. Hill1
nonmimTH . nnrnTrnnir . nnnnTinmi
jjjiiiADii&..wuJiiiii .. rnorj
Patented or Unpatented on Easy icrms.
Residence and Business Property in Mesa
-A.lso some verv line "Well Improved Fruit
Mesa City, Ant
OFFICE ON MAIN STREET
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE. .
W. E. POMEROY & CO.
f J ReaTEsSte and
I Fine Fruit and Alfalfa Lands,
Inlargeormalttracts, patented With waterrightla Mesa Canal. Alsocholce
Jbtesidenco and Business XiOts
In Mesa Oitv on Easy Terfl
l Office Main8treet, Ono Door B, of Mesa City Bank. '
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