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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MORNING. APRIL 10, 1894.
AGBICULTUBAL 1JIPIJ3JIENT8. D. PL BURTI8. Sole Agent For CHAMPIO (ROCKER MOTION.) THE THE WILSON HEADER. ALL STEEL DOUBLE GEARED. The Johnson Self Dump Steel Ha Rake. IMS. Hay Stacker and Buck Rakes. Come in and get prices before buying. JEWELEB, P. B NILSOKT, The Jeweler. IN THIBODO'S DRUG STORE. First-Class Watch Repairing. GROCERIES. The Tra-fa 11111 9 IIFI U Wholesale and Eetail- G-roceries, Crockery, , Queensware, Stoneware, and Glassware. FRESH GOODS RECEIVED DAILY. 41 West Washington St., PHCENIX, ARIZ. GENERAL, MERCHANDISE. GOLDMAN & Co. Established in 1874. We have the largest stock of General Merchandise In the Territory, consisting 01 Broceries, Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Wagons, Dry Goods, Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes. All of our heavey goods we ship in car loadt and others in large quantities, which enables us to sell you lower than anybody. Call and convince yourself. GOLDMAN & Co. Telephone, No. 48. ..... CHOP HOUSE. PHCENIX CHOP HOUSE. (Formerly French RestauTant,) OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Fresh Fish, Oysters, Game in Season, well cooked meals served to order at short notice. 26 E. WASHINGTON ST. Next Door to Capitol Saloon. THE ROAST BEGINS. Arguments in the Pollard Breckenridge Case. The Opening Speech Will Occupy Two Days-Friday the Proba ble End of the Trial. MEA.T MARKET. J. A. LUT&ERDING & CO. Fresh and Salt Meats. MUTTON, POEK, VEAL AND POULTRY. MI Oar Meats Thoroughly Refrigerated Before Being Sent Out to Customers. Superior Corned Beef, Fresh Sausage, Head Cheese and Bologna. Orders Called For and Delivered. 142 West Washington Street. Postofflce Building. By the Associated Press. Washington, April 9. Attorney Car lisle consumed today in a review of the testimony before the jary in the Pol lard Breckenridge case. His ctatement was a detailed review of the evidence and at times the lawyer referred to Col. Breckenridge in very scathing, but coolly. worded, terms. The silver headed congressman con ducted himself very nonchantly, chat tering with his lawyers during the dav, while Madeline Pollard sat directly in front of him and kept her face shaded by her black gloved hand moat of the time. All day the closest attention was given to the speech by jury and spectators. Mr. Carlisle will continue inmnrrnv and it is not improbable that the speaking will last until Friday. KIMBALL, RILEY & CO, Cioldfieli, Arizona, Ircbfe of III Sorts. Hotel and gtable Attached. We Operate Daily Stage from Mesa, Arizona. Everything: First-class. 1 11 v 01?, MILLINEHY AND SHOES. THE RACKET STORE Is Laving a big run. Everylady is so pleased with the nice goods and low prices. Come and see, you will not regret it. FLEMING BLOCK, BE8TAUBAJVT. San Francisco Markets. San Francisco, April 9. The erain markets have been advancing during the week in anticipation of dry weather and consequent damage to crops. Spot No. 1 white wheat sold on Mondav at $1.$1.04) and closed on Saturday at $1.14 a gain of nearly ten cents Der cental for the week. May wheat started at $1.10 and closed at after selling as high as $1.17. December wheat sold at $1.111.16V closine at $1.14. Spot barley started at $.82 S34 Monday morning and closed at 8 a net gain for the week of six cents from the opening figures. May barlev was advanced from $.83$.89 but lost two cents of the advance durine the last of the week and the price at the close was S.87. December barlev touched the dollar mark having advanced from $.93) but the advance was not main tained as in the case of the May option and the closing figure for December was .984. The export demand is verv light and but little doing. The reports of damage are likely to be in excess of what is really the condition of the crop and the chances are there will be enough surplus this year to make good any moderate deficiency. Lemon Hotel Restaurant NOW OPEHST. MRS. MINGAS, Prop. First Class Board, $5 a Week Single Meals. 25 Cents. FOUNDRY. FOUNDRY. THE STANDARD IRON WORKS. Southeast of Capitol Grounds. HUGHES & COMMISSION MEKCHANT8. A DISCOURAGING MARCH. The Industrial Army Confronted by Serious Obstacles-; Salt Lake. April 9. There is verv little change in induitrial army affairs. The territorial authorities are confident that the army will be carried back across the line. . Forty Arrested. Pueblo, Colo.. April 9. Bert Ham ilton, captain of the Colorado division of Coxey's army, and forty of his fol lowers were arrested in trie railroad yards here and spent the night in jail. They were released todav on condition that they leave town immediately. STORM SCOURGED. Seas Terrific Gales on the Eastern and Lands. Boston, Mass., April 9. Not until afternoon did the storm which has been raging in the city and vicinity since bunday night clear un. Since last night it has snowed continually but melted as fast as it fell and there is not more than three inches of snow on the ground. A large fleet of snow bound vessels are in the harbor. Vessels arriving last night and this morning renort terrific winds and seas. M. E. HURLEY It live mm Meier. CHOICE STEAKS AND ROASTS. The Best Kept Market in Phoenix. - Experienced Cutters. Free Delivery In the Citv. Reducing; Rate of Interest. San Francisco, April 9. C. P. Hun tington has instructed the land deoart- ment of the Central Pacific Railroad company to reduce the rate of interest on an iaua saies ne.eaiter maae to six per cent and to reduce the rate on all existing contracts to six per cent at the date of the next payment of annual in terest provided ten per cent of the un paid balance of the principal is paid at that time. This is a reduction of one per cent in the rate of interest on near ly $1,500,000. Will Hold His Job. St. Louis, April 9. President and Receiver S. H. H. Clark, of the Union Pacific railway, was today shown a dis patch from Omaha stating that he would resign his connection with the road and return to the "Missouri Pacific system because of a disagreement with the other receivers on wages and other questions. He denied positively anv disagreement or that he was about to resign. Preparing for an Emergency. Salt Lake City, Utah, April 9. The attorneys for the Southern Pacific went before Chief Justice Merntt todav and obtained an order on the United StateB marshal to call to his assistance all necessary aid to protect the property of the company as it is feared if the so called industrial army are not furnished transportation east there will be great destruction of property and probably bloodshed. It Lacks Originality. Los Angeles, April 9. Judee Boss in the federal circuit court today ren dered a decision in the case of W. R. Walls vs. Henry Gech. By this de cision Judge Ross held that the patent for Bpraying fruit trees with hydro cyanic acid was void because of its want of novelty or originality. ' BABBITT & CALVIN, kg taJiforma Jruits,BuyerBOf Butter, Mi Hay and Grain. STORAGE FOR TRUNK 8 AND BOXED GOODS. Sip anil Commission Merchants. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Cash Paid for Farm Produce. Voune Block, Opposite Commercial Hotel. GROCERIES. W. F. MCNULTY Successor to McNulty & Chapman Bros. MARIPOSA GROCERY We Buy and Sell for (jjjj! Bottom Prices, Best Goods. ' MRS. M. FORBES, MfiniQTP Second Street, North ol WUIJ 1 Hartwell's Photograph SW""""-" Gallery, is prepared to guar- 1 - aniee style, fit and prices. Ladies wishing dressmaking, cutting i nd fit ting will make a mistake ii they do not 11. PHCENIX. ARIZONA. Ordinance No. 163. Entitled an otdinance for the purpose of im proving Washington street between Center street and First avenue. W hbbbas a petition has been filed with the City Recorder of the City of Pncenix, signed by a majority of the owners of lineal frontage on Washington street, between Center street and First avenue, asking that both sides of said Washington street between Center street and First avenue be improved by the laying of an artificial stone side walk and granite or con crete curb where not already done along the frontage above described. Now therefore, The Common Council of Phoenix do ordain as follows: , SECTION I. That there be and hereby is ordered to be constructed by sptial taxation of contiguous " property on both sides of Washington street between Center street and First avenue an artificial stone sidewalk and gTanite or con crete curb, where not already done, along the frontage above described, the said improve ment to be done according to the following specifications: Remove board planks and all rubbish and excavate for cement sidewalk and remove the earth from the premises. The concrete for the sidewalk to be four inches thick and composed as follows: One part best Portland cement, two parts best sand, three parts of broken stone that will pass through a two inch ring, and two parts of screened gravel. The concrete to be put in place and rammed until the water flushes freely to the top. On the outer line of sidewalk place a cement curb 6 inches across the top, and surfaced 2 inches below to effectually establish gutter, 9 incheB at the bottom and 20 inches high. Upon the top of the concrete lay a finishing coat in. thick composed of one part best Por land cement to one part of best screened sand. This finishing coat to be thoronghly trowled to a smooth surface and marked oft" in blocks 3 feet 3 inpVinfi Eniiar. ami all n k. . . - " w iiuiwieu in me Lmost approved and workmanlik manner. All cement used in the cement sidewalk to be of the best brand of English Portland Said sidewalk to be fourteen feet in width. All street corners to be rounded and all grades and lines to conform to the grades RTld P.lirh linos as adopted by the Common Council and to be put in under the directions of the city engineer. Any Derson desiring it may have granite curb instead of a cement one. The granite curbs must be equsl to the best granite now used for curbine; in ihp nit ,f Phoenix; no stone to be used less than four (4) feet in length, fourteen (14) inches in depth and five (5) inches in thickness, the tnnArip-aHraosari clean to the depth of eight (8) inches, free as possible from all drill holes; the curb to be set closely to each other with close fitting jointB upuu uro ui kuuu cieau sana, not less tnan four (4) inches in denth. the hi tn ho fn.moH by excavating the trenches to a depth of not less man lour (4) inches below the bottom of the stone to be used. The curb to have the earth well mimmori nn each side, the upper surface of the curb to be even and on the official grade the outside edge to be on the official line, and all joints to be thoronghly oemented and when finished to present a Bmooth, even surface. All street corners to be rounded. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and alter its nasaace and mihiinn.. tion according to law. Passed by the Common Council of PhOBnlx the 2nd day of April, 1894. Approved the 2nd day of April, 1894. fSEALl P. J. COLE. Miurnr Attest: Ed. Schwartz, City Recorder. First publication April 4, 1894. Ordinance No. 165. RELIABLE FOOTWEAR. W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOEK Squeakless.Bottom Waterproof. Best Shoe sold at the price. 8o, $4 and S3.50 Dress Shoe. -fc-qual custom work, costing from $6 to $8. .$3.50 Police Shoe. 3 Soles. Best Walking Shoe ever made. $2.50, and $2 Shoes, unequalled at tne price, The Best Shoes for -fl i eve i v la ef v 3 m .3 I'VrAdS f3 w-" rv $3 K: line irnm i:i?ss- i kk urine?..- - ii i hi is i in i ' inkwnuiu. Boys $2 & $1.75 School Shoes jn.t, uu. Altai iui tvi LADIES' , $2.50 $2. $1.75 Best Dongola, Stylish, Perfect f itting ana serviceable. Best in tne world. All atyles. Insist upon having W. Ii. jjoagias Biioes. name ana price e lam pea on oottum. KrocKton Mass. DEALERS who push the sale of W. L. Douglas Shoes gain customers, which helps to increase the sales on their full line of goods- They can afford to sell at a less profit, and we believe you can save money by buying all your footwear of the dealer advertised below. Catalogue free upon application. Tbese Celebrated Shoes are Sold by f fXTXTTTT'KT O A TT I II T7" The New Shoe Store In the Fleming Block. IxUJJWIJN & AVijKY. HOTEL. UJ Good Furnished Rooms At Reasonable Rates. J. THALHEIMER, Prop. Protection for the Indians. Washington, April 9. The commis sioner of Indian affairs has received a telegram from Capt. Woodson, in charge of the Cheyenne and Arapahoe agen cies in Oklahoma, asking that the In dians might be granted military pro tection from the whites who are gather ing to avenge the killing of W. B. Breeding. Cholera at Constantinople. Constantinople, April 9. Cholera is spreading in an alarming manner. Caliada, the Greek counsellor of state, and his servant were, suddenly seized and died within a few-honrs. the greek legation was then removed to Thrapia, seven miles from the citv. The Palace Chop House OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Fresh Fish, Game and Oysters in Season, Everything New and Clean. nuie ouppiiea wun ine Best the Market Affords. In the Eoo ms of the Palace Saloon. W. E. POMEROY & CO. f I Real Mate and i Commission Agents. X . . . . 1 " """" j Fine Fruit and Alfalfa Lands j ' In large or small tracts, patented with, water right In Mesa Canal. Also choice ' " " Kesidence and Business Lots In Mesa Citv on Easv Terms. Office Main Street, One DoorE ol Mesa City Bant Amending Ordinance No. 133, entited: "An Ordinance Granting to James A Fleming, His Successors, Associates and Assigns the Right and Franchise to Construct, Maintain and use as Sewer on and Under Portions of Cortez Street or First Avenue, Jackson and Center Streets in the City of Phoenix. The Common Council of Phoenix do ordain as follows: That Ordinance No. 133 be amended so as to read as follows: SECTION I. The right, authority and privilege is hereby granted to James A. Fleming, his asociates, successors and assigns to build, erect, maintain and use a covered, underground sewer with all suitable and necessary connections through and under any of the streets and alleys of the City of Phoenix. SECTION II. For the purpose aforesaid the said grantees are hereby authorized and granted tne privilege of opening necessary trenches and of erecting and maintaining the necessary manholes and catch basins in and upon the streets and alleys of the City of Phcenix; Provided, however, said streets and alleys shall be restored to as good and safe condition for travel as the same are now, or may be in, immediately after the com pletion of said sewer or the making of connec tions therewith or lepairs thereon by the grantees, and provided further that the city shall, at any time, have the ri?ht and privilege of connecting any city building with i aid sewer system free of charge. SECTION III. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage, approval and publication for ten (10) days in The Ari zona Republican, a newspaper published in said city of Phoenix and the grantees shall de posit the money necessary to pay for the publi cation of this ordinance with the city recorder. Passed by the Common Council this Sth day of April, A. D., 1894. Approved this 5th day of April, A. D., 1894, Attest: P. J. COLE, Ed. Schwartz, Mayor. Seal City Recorder. Date of first publication April 7, 1894. Ordinance No. 164. The Common Council of Phcenix ordains as follows: SECTION I. That Jerry Millay of Phoanix, County of Mari copa, Territory of Arizona, and his assigns are hereby granted the right of way through, in and upon the streets, alleys, sidewalks and public grounds of the City of Phoenix, Maricopa C3unty, Arizona, both upon the surface and underground therein, for the purpose therein and thereon .toereot, place, maintain and use all the necessary poles or posts, pines and con duits of wood or iron or other suitable material and for the purpose of laying and placing therein and thereon the necessary wires and fixtures to successfully operate and nse a Tele phone System or Exchange. Messenger Call Serviee and Telegraph Lines within faid city. Provided that the erection and maintenance of said poles, pipes, conduits, wires and fixtures shall be subject to the regulation of the Com mon Council of the City of Phcenix. SECTION II. That at any time hereafter when the nnhlir. needs shall require it o business justify it, the said Jerry Millav and his assigns shall have t.hn privilege under this ordinance to extend said Telephone and Telegraph System and Call Service in any direction throughout the city, or in any addition that may hereafter be added to the City of Phoenix, or become a pan of the corporate limits thereof, and the privileges hereby granted to the said Jerry Millay and his assigns withifl said corporate limits are hereby extended and made to cover said additions. SECTION III. r The rights and nrivlleees herebv erantei said Jerry Millay shall vest in him and his assigns immediately noon the Dassaee of thin nrriinanra and shall continue for the period of fifty years irum tne nrst uay OI April, A. 11., 1894, provided, however, that said Telenhone lines shall he in operation on or before the first day of January, 1895, and if not in operation by snid time, then the privileges herein granted shall be forfeited to the City of Phcenix. SECTION IV. For and in consideration of the prfl.Titlnt.nf this franchise the Citv of Phrrnii shall he nro- vided with one telephone during the life of said franchise free of charge for citv use, to be placed as directed by the Common Council. SECTION V. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its Dassaee and publica tion accordnnrto law. " e asHea oy the common council oi rncemx the Sth day of April, 1894. Approved the 5th day ol Apni. inh. fSEALl P. J. COLE. Mavor. A ttest : Ed. Schwartz, City Recorder. Luate ot nrst publication, April 7, j