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PHCENIX, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 8, 1894. VOL. IV. NO. 300. If You think you can be Mayor If you think you could be elected to office without using boodle, JUST TRY IT. If you think some other town in Arizona is better than Phoenix, JUST TRY IT. If you think you can find finer or cheaper lines of goods than ours, And Originators of Free Employment Always Look for Our Sign at the Door. HAHDWAKE. The LONG and i ILB Granite Garden Hose. Vapor Stoves. Paints. Barb Wire. Building Hardware. Agricultural Implements. BANKING. Iambs A. Fleming, President. P. J. Cole. Vice THE wm AT ONLY United States IN ARIZONA. Paid Up Capital, - - $100,000 U. S. Bonds to Secure Deposits, 50,000 Depositary for tie Territorial Funds. The only Steel-Lined Vaults and Steel Safe ty Deposit Boxes in Arizona. Interest Fail on Time Deposits. JUST TRY IT. SHORT of It. That for eeaeanable goods Call and examine our - President. E. J. BKNNrrr.O ashler Depositary : General Banking Business. HENRYKKEMP&Co HEADQUARTERS! mmm BE LOCAL BRIEFS. Ladies' light-wash drees goods at Alkire's. The Philomathean Debating society completed its organization last evening License to marry was issued yester day to James Beilly and Ellen Mc Donald. Arrived Saturday by express at Al kire's a large shipment of ladies' low cat Oxford ties. Evsrybody wears negligee shirts in summer. If everybody was wise he would buy them at Alkire'a. The unusual dullness of last night was relieved by a spirited scraD in front of a Washington street resort. No matter how hot the weather, you cannot dispense with clothing. Alkire'e light-weights suit every time. Notice of location of the uunboat mining claim in the ProsDer district was filed yesterday by L, J. llorton. The Bodega was formally opened yes terday with pomp and ceremony and the impression created upon the patrons by the genial manner of Manager Alt and the palatial surroundings was most favorable. L. P. Kimball, a prominent business man of Goldfield, properly recognizing the value of The Republican as an ad vertising medium, called at the office last night and left an advertisement of his prosperous business. On Monday, April 9, the terras of subscription to the Circulating Library will be established at 75 cents per month and 25 cents per week. Mrs. mower also desires the fact to be known that each subscriber is entitled to draw two books at a time, if desired. The letter Q in the alphabetical list was reached yesterday in the sale of propertv for delinquent taxes. On the completion of the list all the property offered but not sold will be again im mediately offered and if it still remains unsold will be turned over to the terri tory. Among the instruments filed in the recorder's office yesterday was a war ranty deed from Frances L. Cole and husband to Le Grand Odell to all of block 6, one-half of block 8 and lots 11, 12, 13 and 14 in block 5, Mt. Pleasant tract, a resub-division of block 4 and 5, Dennis addition, $7,000. We were asked to advertise our free employment office by having a wagon out and taking workingmen free to to day's tournament, but we declined and instead we hereby offer to donate the amount in provisions to any deserving workingman's family $2.50 . each to any two families whose names are brought to us. Goldberg Brothers, originators free employment office. Elder Bartlett will preach at the Ad ventist hall tonight on "Satan, His Origin, Work and Destiny." .Meetings next week instead of being nightly will only be Wednesday and Sunday nights and Saturday (Sabbath or 7th day) at 10 :30 a. m. It is expected that as a result of Elder Bartlett's meetings the Adventist church here will be strengthened. Eli Bochfort. the Frenchman against whom warrants were issued for assault with a deadly weapon and assault with intent to kill, was arrested yesterday Just Try It. Office. and locked up. He was subsequentlv released on bail. But the monotony of his ill luck remained nnbroken. His team which had been anchored on south Center street broke loose from its moor ings, came up the street at a terrific pace leaving a wake of disjointed vehi cles John Molder of San Domingo, which is about forty miles in a northwesterly direction from here, came in for the pur pose of laying in supplies. He brought in quite a sack of Dlacer gold which he disposed of to Goldberg Bros. He had a dry washer made while in the city, which he will take to the placer fields in the Blanco Picahe country. He says there are about thirty placer miners at work there and all are making from $1 to $2.50 a day, while prospecting for richer bars. PERSONAL. Bob Gioom, an old miner, came down from the north la3t night. Mr. J. W. Kaye of Riverside, la., ar rived yesterday with his family. E. F. Marlow returned yesterday to his mining claims in the Humbug dis trict. A. M. Franklin of Tempe was among the southside visitors in the city yes terday. Wm. Vanners and B. J. Quinn of lempe, and John Twentyman of Brad- shaw, are registered at the Central. Mr. J. C. Godwin, of Godwin & Avery, left last night for Los Angeles on business and incidentally to attend the fiesta. There were registered at the Lemon hotel yesterday, J. F. Allen, Kansas City and J. M. Kaye, Riverside, la., and t. B. Lehman, Denver. Mr. John Luke went to Yuma last night for the purpose of proving up on his desert land entry. His ranch is located below Agua Caliente a few miles Col. Frank Hatcb returned yesterday fro ai a visit to the midwinter fair. He is extremely well pleased with the Ari zona exhibit and says it is doing much good for the territory. Wally, the little son of Commissary Sergeant Mulbv, stationed at Ft. Hua- chuca, who broke his arm some time ago, is recovering rapidly under the care of Drs. Ward and Martin. Commercial hotel guests yesterday were Wm. H. Campbell. Chicago: t. V Hatch, Phoenix; W. A. Wilson, Kansas City ;Chas. Bradford, Los Angeles; R. W. Uance. Ouincv. 111.; W. U. Hay wood, Denver; M. S. Coffman, M. D., nan francisco: Mies Thurston, J. G Spangler, Van Wert, O. , J. E. Sandon, WinBlnw, Ariz. ; A. M, Franklin, Tempe ; r. J. McCormick, Prescott. Re-Embarking In Business. Mrs. E. M. Mills has arranged to take the management of the Windsor hotel. it is a year ago this month that she sur rendered control of the Mills house which she had conducted so popularly and successfully. That she will be equally successful in her new enter prise is assured. The house is already so popular that its twenty commodious rooms are all filled but one. Under Mrs. Mills' management the Windsor will become one of the favorite hostelriea of Phoenix. . HORSE PLAY. An Attempt to Bounce Los Angeles Officials. Fifty Masked Men Invade the City Hall. A Modest Demand for the Sur render of City Funds. The Merrv Maskers of the Fiesta Begin the Festivities with a Ludicrous Performance. By the Associated Press, Los Angeles, April 7. The fiesta committee incontinently fired the city government officers this afternoon. At 3 p. m. abount fifty members of the committee en masque proceeded to the city hall where Mayor Rowan and mem bers of the council and other city offi cials were charged with all sorts of mis feasance and malfeasance in office. They were politely requested to step down and out of the office and turn over the money in the city treasury to the fiesta fund. This Mayor Rowan and the members of the city council refused to do. The masked members of the fiesta revolutionists gathered on a plat form in front of the city hall and pro ceeded to try an incontinently bounce on every member of the city govern ment. The chief of police was appointed to do this ejectment work. Many other ridiculous measures were taken bv the fiesta maskers. A tremendous crowd was present to witness the horse play. THE CLOSING DAY. The End of an Interesting and Pro fitable Conference. The last day of the district confer ence of the M. E. Church South opened at 9 o'clock yesterday with a good at tendance. Reports of committees and the discussion of the various assigned topics occupied the time until 10 a. m., the time set for the election of delegates to the Los Angeles annual conference. The following were elected : M. Mor rison of Phoenix circuit, W. H. Smith and J. A. R. Irvine of Phcenix station and J. A. Smith of West End circuit. The Rev. Thos. R. Stewart and G. J. Smith were elected alternates, after which the discussion of church topics and reports of committees were con tinued until 11 a. ra., when the confer ence adjourned for preaching by Rev. L. J. Hedgpeth. The conference met again at 2 p. m. when the Sunday school work was dis cussed under the following headB: "The Relation of the Sunday School to the Church," opened by Rev. E. G. Roberts; "Duty of Pastor to Sunday School," opened by W. W. J. Osborn; "Qualification of Teachers," opened by L. P. Hedgpeth; "Duties of Sunday School Superintendent, " opened by M. Morrison ; "Relation of the Church to the Sunday Scheol," opened by W. H. Smith ; "Music in the Sunday School," opened by J. A. R.Irvine; "At What Age Does a Person Cease to Become a Member of the Sunday School," opened by G. J. Smith. The discussion of these subjects was very spirited and interesting. The conference then selected Bethel (old Smith's chapel) as the place of holding the next district conference. The subject of securing a suitable piece of land for the erection of a den ominational school was discussed at some length and finally referred to a committee of thirteen with Rev. T. R. Stewart as chairman. The minutes were then read and approved and the conference adjourned singing, "God be With you Till we Meet Again," and a general hand shake all round. The attendance at this conference has been greater than at any previous one held in this district and the inter est manifested has been much more in tense. The result has been to more thoroughly crystallize the individual ef forts of pastors and charges for the up building of the local church. The delegates will all remain in the city until tomorrow. There will be services this morning at the Center street church conducted by Rev. W. E. Vaughan presiding elder. Rev. L. J. Hedgpeth will preach at the evening service. All working men should register at once at the Bee Hive free employment office. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. CREAM MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant -0 YEARS THE STANDARD. DR Insurance. mm Toik Life Insurance Company. 4 General Managers For Arizona. Rooms 5 and 6 Fleming Block. Money Loaned on Policies at 5 per cent per annum. Call and see us if you want To Place a Gilt-Edged Loan . A Celestial Gathering. The following program has been ar ranged for the Chinese social to be given at the Presbyterian church to morrow evening: Selection, by Presbyterian church orchestra. Recitation, "Ching," Miss Laura Dobbs. Bong, by five Chinese. Mandolin Solo, by Miss Minnie Ziegis Vocal Trio, -'Three Little MaidB from School" by the Misses Randal, Plank, Curns. Military Drill, Boys Brigade. Cornet Solo, Clarance Fulwilar. Recitation, "Ah Wee Sin Lee" Miss Ithel Mo Kinny. Bong in native Chinese, Miss On Lee. Selection, String quartett, Messrs, Davidson, Brown, Lincoln and Lincoln. Door admission will be . 15 cents. Chinese refreshments of highly flavored tea, rice with chop sticks after the program, 10c. A very unique and in teresting entertainment will be given. , The New Baptist Minister. " Rev. S. C. Davis of Boulder, Colo., will preach at the Baptist church, cor ner of Jefferson St., and Second avenue this morning. Mr. Davis has recently been called to this charge and is a man of great power and eloquence. In the evening the pulpit will be filled by Rev. Winfield Scott who will deliver a lect ure on gambling. This lecture has been highly spoken of and when deliv ered in Denver, Colo., Created quite an interest. Many gamblers were in at tendance and admitted that their case had been fairly stated. An especial in vitation is extended to the knights of the green cloth and it is hoped a good congregation will greet the speaker. ' Did You Ever Have a good photograph taken of yourself ? Beattie has pleased hundreds who were never pleased before. Op posite the Vendome a few days longer. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Highest Award. Real -K-etare. REAL ESTATE Fire and Life INSURANCE and LOANS Special Agents of the Equitable Life Insur ance Co., of New York for Arizona and New Mexico. We are prepared to do a general real estate business. "We have a list of properties which will, upon investigation, com mend themselves to all shrewd investors; also money to loan in sums to suit the borrower, upon proper security. OFFICE. ROOM 1 FLEMING BLOCK.. BOONE LEWIS Caplinger I Woods, ."Phoenix. Arizona.