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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, RHCENIX, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1890.
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But His Nemesis al Last
The Gun Was Loaded Hut
Jtwo Salunr Finds Himself lint her
Suddenly at tlto End of
Joc Siilnnir run ngaiiibt bin Nemesis
recently, in the lonn of Dr. Tornell del
For several weeks just there have
been reported to the oliieers a number
of petty thefts perpetinted in the sub
urbs surrounding I'luenix. Houses
would be entered at night, or when tho
owners were absent pieces of jewelry and
small sums of mouev would be taken
to be seen no more by their sonowing
Ono night last week a lady living wtst
of the city awoke in tho night to lind a
burglar in her house, and, as she was
alono at the time, seized her
husband's reolei and took a
couple of shots at the fellow, unfor
tunately missing him.
Again, on Saturday night, a lady liv
ing close to the river and al-o alone at
the time. awoke in tho night and was
horrified to perceie a man landing
over her. She cried out at onee for the
fellow to go away and, as ho stepped
back, reached under her pillow, drew a
revolver from there and lirecl. The
burglar tied again, but he left a clue to
his identity this time, for the bullet
inissul through his h.it knocking it
from his head.
The hat was picked up the next morn
ing, and identified as the propertv of
Jose Saliizar, a Mexican employed on
Kedw inn's ranili, south of tho" river.
Sal.unr, however, did not return to
Kedwine's after his adventure of Satur
day night, and despite the watch
that was kept, tho oliieers could get no
idea as to his wherealiouts.
Tuesdav afternoon City Marshal
BlankciiHiiip found m a local jewelry
store a silver watch belonging to ex
Postmaster Mowrey, that had been
stolen by Sahuar during one of his mid
night raids, and last night Dr. Tornell
del Garcia, returning to his Washington
street drug store from a isit to a pa
tient, found the place open and a lusty
Mexican within helping himself to mi
ported cigars. Dr. Garcia seied the in
truder at once, and inarched him down
street towards the City Prison, holding
on to his pn-oner despite the hitter's
protestations of innocence, until the ar
rival of Marshal lilankeuship.
The otlicer marched tho burglar to
jail, w here ho was at once recognized
from the description given as Salaar,
the very much wanted burglar. Jlewas
searched, Dr. Garcia's gold watch and n
number of iuiorted cigars being found
upon him, after which he was taken to
the County Jail, where Deputy Slitutf
ISriggs locked him up on the charge of
Almost before he could awake fiom
his guilty slumber jesterday morning, a
orteiitous indictment for burglary
stared him in the face and Joe Salaar,
whose name also appears in our regular
court proceedings today, had learned
what tfie grand jury of Maricopa county
thought of him.
J. W. Smithson, of Camp Verde, is at
W. M. Kimball, tho Mesa City brandy
creator, came to I'luenix jesterday
Calvert Wilson, Deputy District
United States Attorney, went to Tin son
J. D. Kemble, of Florence, who is
connected w ith the approaching census,
has rooms at the Gregory House.
x-Justice Daniel Murphy, the erudite
jurisconsult of Gila Hend, visited I'lue
nix jesterdaj' afternoon.
P. Minor has established himself
comfortably at the Lemon, during his
temporary bai helor relapse.
Profes-or Ieyiuert, principal of Mesa
City's flourishing sihool, was called to
Plutenix last evening on business.
Col. II. A. lliglow left San Francisco
gn the 26th hist., for Boston, Mass., ex
pecting to combine business with
pleasure. He will returnabout Julj 1.
W. L. Whclpley, leaves this morning
for the Fast. After visiting his family
in Michigan he will proiccd to Ohio ami
finally return to Phtiuix next Septem
ber. I. Neustatter, Deputy United States
Marshal, who has Ken litre attending
court the past ten dajs, left for Tucson
this morning, in order to lo home Deco
ration Day. He will return again
Governor Wollley went to Tucson
yesterday morning. He will probably
remain over Memorial day. Manj'of
the old soldier bojs sleep there and he
will gladly stiew (lowers upon their
The Fire Department has decidt d to
join the procession on Memorial Daj'
and assist in decorating the soldiers'
A regular parade will bo given by
Company II tomorrow night, in final
priu tite for tho exercises of .Memorial
Day, when salutes are to bo lircd in
genuine military fashion.
Captain Andre had his company out
in full uniform last night for drill, on
tho Lemon Hotel parade grounds.
Marked improvement in tactics and
niaiuevcring is noticeable with evcrj
Wo promised not to publish him, and
ho gave us, accordingly, a fair quota of
the dozen or more rijo jeaches picked
within two days ast in his own garden,
in this 'v cry heart of Phcunix. He has
been gathering plumbs for six weeks
jmst. Figs have furnished forth his
family breakfast tablo these many daj's.
Wc can give his name, and locate the
garden for any one w ho w ishes to prac
tically satisfy himself that Phccinx is
the center of early and delectable fruit
age. THE 1.1TTI,K ONE ALSO.
Ilcuth of Dr. Tuuvy'a HrlRlit Utile (Url
Death is busy; bo is impartial, too.
Tuesday George Marlovv, in the pride of
his manhood, passed away. Today a
little girl, Jessie Lowell, only child of
Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Toney, followed in
the giowing pi occasion.
Horn at 1 t. Lowell, dining her father's
serviie as jwst surgeon there, she took
its name. Her life was not robust at
best. The cold, raw winters of Omaha
mid Illinois diil her no good. So shu
drooped, when tho doctor mine here, to
assuino ids position as .superintendent
of tho In-iine Asj htm, and at I! .0!) jes
terday afternoon, she died. She was
born November 1888.
The funeral will take place at G o'clock
this afternoon, from the Methodist
church. North, on Washington street.
All friends and acquaintances of tho
family are kindly invited to attend.
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A Hamilton t-tt I, city 1' .Minor, ill j
J I. KimMo Kloreiuo K Herring, St I ouls
J W HiiKliit, bt Louis
J 1! Lyni h, Los AiiRelis J Ollmoiir, Los Angeles
WouikU b) Sinull-boie (linn.
(Ueber Lund und Mitr
The adoption of small-Lore rilles by
most Furopean countiies Switzerland
now employing 7, 5 and ( millimeters
(25 nun. being very nearly an inch)
France 8, Iiclgium 7, (i, instead of tho
hitherto universally used 11 mm.
leads to the consideration of what tho
ellect on the human body will be of the
increased penetration of these bullets,
which can pass through iron plates of
12 mm. (ne irly half an inch) and deal
planks of 1.1 meter (alnjut a j'aid) in
thickness penetration live or six
times as great as that of the projectiles
lutheito emplojed in the German nrinj
Professor Paul Prims, the well-known
surgeon of Tubingen, has published a
work which attempts togive an epeii
nientally scientilie answer to this im
IKirtant" question. His experiments
were made with the Belgian Mauser
rille, and the conclusion he has lometo
must be considered in all lespects tatis
factory from a human point of view.
He asserts that the hjdraulic pressure
in tho wound is much diminished, part
ly on account of the soring action of
the thin steel coating, which surrounds
the soft lead eoie of the new projectile
so that the extensive tearing ot the soft
tissues of the body, such as the old lead
bullets used to cause and which often
gave rise to the erroneous idea that ex
plosive bullets were emplojed will not
The new projeitile which, at 100 meters
passes through four or live limbs and
smashes ui three thigh bones placed
one behind the other, makes a smooth
cvlindrie opening, of less diameter
than itself through llesh The wound
where tho builet enters is. generally of
less diameter tlian itself ; the exit "is a
shtor star-shaped ojening with torn
edges nlxnit 0 to 8 nun. wide. At a
longer range, 4,000 to 1,500 vards, the
Ixmes are not shattered, but bored
through in a clean hole or channel.
Hence, according to Dr. Hums, the
chances of healing bullet wounds will,
notwithstanding tne much greater elli
tieney oi the now ritle, be much more
favorable than in tho case of the larger
liores. So it would appeir that in all
cases progress in the art of war leads to
the diminution of human sullering.
CAKII or THANKS.
I desire to return m slnce-c tliankn to the
man) friends who mi kindly mkMmuI during the
nkkness and funeral of my dci cased lmstiunil
MISS CEOKOK MA It LOW
Call on Jim Bradbury loi the coolest
glass of bier in the city.
A choice line of imported cigars at
Bradbury's, on Washington street.
Bradbury's, on Washington street, is
the pi ice to drop in for an ice cold glass
of lieer, or for a drink of the ihoicest
old Bourlxin whiskj' sold in the city of
Write to or call on
St. Claire & Pratt,
For a " Domestic Sewing Machine,"
For "Domestic Patterns,"
For Pianos or Organs,
For "Perfect Automatic Sihool Desks,"
For Wall Paper, Watches and Jewelry.
Jo Cure No I'ny.
I have made diseases of the eje a
specialtj-for manj-jears; and if I lan't
cure the worst case of diseaued ejes in
the country, I ask nothing for treatment.
Have treated hundreds of discs on the
"no cure no jmy" plan. Uemembei, if
1 don't do what I say I can, it will lost
joii nothing. Consultation free. Ollue
and residence opposite I'luenix Hotel,
Washington street, I'luenix, Arizona.
W. A. Hmik, M. I).
'an A oil l.llf'Mi It?
Send jour watih or jewelry to be re
paired "to St. Claire & Pratt, leading
jewelers, and register your giess on the
next census of the United States.
They will give away a handsome $50.00
silver tilting set to the party coming
nearest. They pay nil charges of send
ing and returning jour watch and guar
antee all work. Try them.
Niw Youk, May 'is Th stock market today
showed a firm front until the announcement
was made that a rot elver had Ken appointed
for the Chicago (lai company. That Mock wai
lmincdhitcl) attacked and the price rapldlj dc
cllncd 7 percent, with a rlo-o 8)inpathy In
sugar refineries A lireak In the trust dlsturlied
the llrm tone for awhile, but recovery was
iiilek,aud the highest figures of the da were
generallj reached toward delivery hour, bell
ing then became more pronounced and the mar
ket closed rather heavy at soinethldg on" from
U'st figures and with trusts at their lowest.
retroleum, spot opened at 91i and closed at
iO'S, June ojiened at W and tlocd at 01K
Closing quotations were as follows:
United Slates Is, registered 1 J
United States Is, coupon a
United Stales ls, registered WXi
Unltid States 4J4S, coupon 10.1' j
1 'ail lie (s 11(
American Express 118
Canadian l'acillc , M
Canada Southern Uf)'t
Central TacUlo M
Dc-mertuid HloOrando l't'i
I- rie Js2
Kansas and Texas li
Ijouisvlllo and Nashvlllo
Northern l'acitlc, preferred
New York Central
Oregon Short Mno
St l'aul and Omaha
United States Express ,
Wells Eargo Express
American Cotton Oil
Money 011 cull easy, 3)5
l'rlme Mercantllo Taper, .V37 per cent.
Sterling Exchange Arm; CO day bills, 1 hi
demand, (1 8G!.
New York Mining Stocks.
New Yokk, Jloy 28 Following ure closing
Alice 2 3H
llrunsnlcL Con 1
CiUtlonlii, lllatk Hills 1! 0
Cliollnr . J 40
Crown Point - -10
Dctuluoixl 1 '25
Kurekfi Con 1 00
El Cresto 1 (X)
Could A Ciirrv 1
Horn Hllver . ) K
Mount Dlrtblo . 1 00
N. Hello lolo . 1 00
Ontario .... . 1 00
Oct ldental 1 '
l'l) mouth 8 00
l'hunlx, Arizona 1 35
SnviiRe 1 'W
Sicrni Ncviida 1 8ft
butter Creek 1 50
Sun I'rnnclitco Mlnlnj; Stocks.
SVN PiMNUNto, Miiy J8 Mining fatoeks eloicd
Host A lielchcr I 2 Oft
Cliollnr . ." n
Con Vlrglnln . . 1 4ft
Could A Cuiry . 1 Ift
Utile A Norcross . . 2 CO
I'otosl 5 87$
SaTBge 1 "5
Slerni Nevada . 1 'JO
Union Con 2 W)
Yellow Jacket 1 05
Chicago Wheat Market
Chicago, May is The wheat market ojicned
'jrit5ho higher thun yesterduj 's closing figures
It then luhameil'jic, In came weak again, dc
cllnlng lc. It then rallied and closed Jc higher
than jesterday's closing figures August and
September ruied lUe undirJuly, Ma and
June rule slightly below Jul), ltecelpts 3U,000;
KiiRllsh VVlieiit Market
I IV Lm 001, May J8 The English wheat market
was quiet toda). Holders ofler moderately.
Corn in stead) demand
Clilcniro Cattle .Market
Ciiicaoo, Ma) is Cattle receipts, 11,000 The
market opened strong and higher, closing weak.
Ilcevis Jl HaA J5, steers Jl MXVtl 70, stockcrs
andieeders2 W4.1 10.
Hog receipts lo.ooo, market strong anil higher;
mixed ?.! S-Yl IV), luavy ft S-X41 10. light ft SO
Sheep receipts 9,om), market strong
f I UK. i'. western lorn fed UX&d
f I 0l."i 10
New York Cnlli anil Sugar.
Nkw Yokk, May 2S Colic e Options closed
arel) stead) nt V415 points up Sales, MKava
uc Mm. J17.liVrf.l7 10. June. 117 nVrt.17 H!
Jul), flfi 'Kifil7 W, August, 1C 7rK"tlfi 85 Sot
Hlo, llrm, fair Cargos, a) Flat Kan, Jl 81
Sugar Kaw firmer. Centrifugals, 'X test, 57'J
akcd Refined firmer, otTtred at Vm" 1 II.,
standard at 0, confection at X&V, powdered at
fl r Hi, and granulated at (M
eoppernieam , iike, June, n w
Uud Firm bomestlc, $1 ti'i.
Tln-KIrm Straits, fil 40
Boot .and Shoe Maker.
BEST FUKNCII KID LA I) IIS' SHOES, HANI)
sewed, from f1to7 Men's llest French
Calf Hoots, hand sewed, from frt to Jl.', egged.
from l'i to (10 I it guaranteed Heiuilrlug of
all kinds neatly and promptl) done Shop op
Univei'sity of Culiforniii.
rpiii- ni.GULvn Touiisi: of lfctukes
XwllllH'gln MONDAY, JUNE M, at 9 o'clock,
at the college, Stockton striet, corner Chestnut,
San Francisco II A McI.viN, VI I) , Dean
(M Merchant street, corner Moutgomer), Sail
Maricopa Loan and Trust Co.,
Incorporated. February 1, 1888.
l'aiil up Capital . . . $100,000.
JOSEI'H W SI'AUI.DINQ, President.
JhltHY MILL VY, General Manager.
M E SI'AULDINO, Cashier
T VV HINE, Asslstunt Cashier,
VV'clls, Fargo ,1 Co's Dank . Sun Francisco
W T ltlckards A Co Chicago
National l'ark Hank New York City
iMirmeru imnwuiguo . toriianu, iie,
Money Ioaned on Heal Cstate or Ter-
Hon.il seeurities, and a general Hanking
Kinking House liaseinent of Ander
'V ix in
Bmil of Arizona,
M VV KALES, President.
SOU LhW IS, Vice President.
(1EO. VV IIOADLEY, Cashier.
Ciiliititl, Paid Up, -Surplus,
VI VV Kaif, J Y. T Smith, SouLfwis
CIIAI ll'S CiOIhMAN, (IIO. VV. llOAULEY.
Tho Hank of California San Francisco
Agi lie) of Hank of California , New York
The I tinners' and Merchants' Hank Los Angeles
The Hank of Commerce . St 1iuIh
Consolidated Hank . Tucson
Hunk of Aruona ., , Prescott
; M. KotlischlldSiVbons . Loudon
TO ALL WHOM TIILSi: l'KCSKNTS
MAY COME (1UELTINO:
W HFitKAs- It has come to my knowledge that
on the Eleventh Day of April last W. W.
LOVVTHEIt, Deputy SherlfTof Cochise county,
in this Territory, while In the discharge of his
duty us such officer, was brutally murdered by
one JAMES DALY near the town of Hisbce
Said Daly Is described us a man apparent)- 50
)curs of age, although several )ears younger,
nbout six feet in height, round face, slightly
pockmarked, Bandy complexion, and mous
tache, blue eyes, about I'm pounds, scar on foot,
talks with strong Welsh accent, and;
WiiFiiFAS, Said JAMES DVLY thereupon, and
after the commission of said crime, did escape
and is still at large.
NOW, TIIEIlEFOltE, I, LEWIS WOLFLEY,
Governor of Arizona, by virtue of the authority
within ino vested, do hereby ofler a reward In
the sum of FIVE HUNDHE1) DOLLARS, to bo
paid by the Treasurer of the Territory of Ari
zona, for the arrest and conviction of the Raid
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my
hand, and caused tho Great Seal of the Territory
to be affixed.
Done at I'luenix, the Capital, this 21th day of
of May, A. D. 1890.
(1NKD LEWIS WOLFLEY.
By tho Governor.
stunkd N. O. MURPHY,
7 9 Secretary of Territory,
, " n,
y - 1
E. E. PRO WELL,
iFRESE-I STOCK OF TI-Jl
EVER BROUGHT TO PHOENIX.
Elegant Toilet Artieles,
Faney Goods, Perfumes, Soaps,
And All Articles Usually Found
in First-Class Drugstores.
The l'refccription Department is under the charge of
a Graduate'of ono of the best Colleges of Pharmacy
in the country, and especial attention is given to
Compiling l'rescriptiona, both Day and Night.
Call and See Us, Whether You Wish to
Purchase Anything or Not.
TheOpora House Drug Store Never 01oses.
wiiMiiiw m Tim wtiiAm?
Wo Have Concluded to Close Out Our I'luenix House.
WE WILL OFFER OUR ENTIRE STOCK
BE I) 1)1 KG.
, Cutlery and Platedwaro
A.T"1 IRE3ZDT-JOE3ID PRICES.
until Tin; stock is
We TrLavc Closed
I'artic Indebted to IN
A Hare Opportunity
is now oi'Ti:ni:i) to anyoni: wishing to j:ngaui: in
A First-Class Easiness.
as wj: am:
TPPIEl LjEirDinsra- HOUSE
-In Our Line
i:ntihkly disposed or.
Our Books rind. "Will
Will I'Icumj Call and Settle.
known to bk-
In the Territorv-