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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MORNING. APRIL 15, 1894.
A(iltICULTCHAL, D. i I . Sole Agent For THE CHAMP (ROCKER MOTION.) THE WILSON HEADER, ALL STEEL DOUBLE The Johnson Self Dum MS. Hay Stack Come in and get prices before buying. COMJII88ION BABBITT & CALVIN, )ii and California Fruits,-1 Butter, Cash Paid for Farm Produce. SMdi 1 1 GROCEKIEH. 41 West Washington St., MEKCHA1S DIH 10. KIMBALL, RILEY & CO., Goldfield, Merchandise Hotel and Stable Attached. We Operate Daily Stage GENERAL. MERCHANBI8E. GOLDMAN & Co Established" in 1874. We have the largest stock of General Merchandise in the Territory, consisting 01 Groceries, Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Wagons, Dry Goods, Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Eats, Boots and Shoes. All of our heavey goods we ship in cai loadt and others in large quantities, which enables us to sell you lower than anybody. Gal and convince yourself. GrOLDMAJNT & Co. Telephone, No. 48 MEAT J. A. LUTGERDING & CO. Fresh and Salt Meats. MUTTON, PORK, VEAL AND POULTRY. MI Our Meats Thoroughly Refrigerated Before Being Sent Out to Customers. Superior Corned Beef, Fresh Sausage, Head Cheese and Bologna. Orders Called Fur and Delivered. 142 West Washing-ton Street. Postofflce Building. HOTEL. IMPLEMENTS. ION IliOV M, GEARED. MERCHANTS. storage: fob trunks and boxed goods. n Steel Hay Ra J. u and Buc i Rakes Commission Alerchants WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Eggs, Hay and Grain. Young Block. Opposite Commercial Hotel. -Wholesale and Eetail- Ms Grow Co G-roceries, Crockery, Queensware, Stoneware, and Glassware. FRESH GOODS RECEIVED DAILY. PHCENIX, ARIZ Arizona, of ill Sorts, Everything First-Class, from Mesa, Arizona. MARKET. lote Good Furnished Rooms At Reasonable Rates. ; J. THALHEIMER, Prop. A REFORMER. The New Georgia Sena tor Sees an Opening. tain Coxey's Army. This Week Will Be a Series of Field Days in Tariff Debate. The Senate Sequestrates Itself to Discuss the Verdict In the Pollard-Breckenrldge Case. By the Associated Press. Washington, April 14. The first bill introduced by the new senator from Georgia, Mr. Walsh, was presented today. It relates to a reform of the ju diciary. Senator Morrill and Senator Turpie announced that on Monday they would address the senate upon the tariff bill. The resolution of Mr. Quay for a hear ing on April 20 of a delegation of work ingmen, was after soma parliamentary skirmishing laid upon the table by a vote of 34 to 9. The urgent deficiency bill was taken up and considered until 1 o'clock when it was displaced by the tariff bill. Senator Quay of Pennsylvania, ad dressed the senate on the bill. He was disappointed that the committee had not so rectified it that it could be adopted with practical unanimity thus ending raids upon domestic industries. The probabilities are now that the Re publican leaders of the senate will not onlv consent to a continuation of the present agreement for adailv limitation of the debate on the tariff for next week but they will agree to close tbe general debate by the end of the week. During the afternoon Senator Hill introduced some proposed amendments to the rules and Senator Peffer offered a resolution giving Coxey's army a hearing. A short time before Senator Quay closed, the bulletin giv ing the verdict in the Pollard-Breck- enridge case, was passed around among the senators and was made tfe topic of conversation among the senators when the doors were closed and the senate shut itself from view and bearing of the public. At 5:20 the senate ad journed. Reed's Victory. Washington, April 14. Mr. Reed was the center of attraction as he en tered the house todav. His associates on the Republican side gathered about him and warmly congratulated him on the action of the Democratic house yes terday in voting for the quorum counting rule. It was regarded as a personal victory for him. I MADELINE WINS. " Brecken ridge Mulcted in the Sum of $15,000. The Eloquent Kentucklan Views the Completion of His Downfall With Coolness. By the Associated Press. Washington, April 14. The great Pollard-Brecken ridge case closed today and the defendant won a moral as well as a . euDstantiai victory, in jury awarded her a verdict for $15,000, thus expressing a belief that her seduction was accomplished by the gifted Ken- tuckian under a promise of marriage, The defendant received the verdict with the same imperturable air that has accompanied him all through the now famous trial. THREE IMMORTALS. Yesterday Closed the Lives of Three Noted Men. Washington, April 14. Senator Vance died at 10 :45 tonight. David Dudley Field. New York, April 14. David Dudley D leld died here yesterday. Gen. Slocum. New York, April 14. Gen. Henrv W Slocum died here this morning. A DECIMATED ARMY. The Industrials Roughly Handled San Bernardino. at San Bernardino, April 14. Thearmv of the unemployed has been kept uuder guard at tJolton all day. This after noon aoout a dozen ot tne leaders were arrested and lodged jn the county jail in iniB city. Alter tne army votea not to move on unless furnished with food and trans portation they were notified they could not be furnished with food by either the county or citizens. During tb dav quite a large number escaped and not more than 125 out of 250 in the camp last night can be accounted for today. It is understood that the offi cers of the army now under arrest will be released when their men cross th county line on their march out of the county. The Main Army. Gaitsville, Md., April 14. Coxey'i Dana wnicn campea last nignt in an abandoned distillery were aroused at daybreak by Bugler ibaver and afte partaking of a light breakfast proceeded on tneir way, aooiii sixty of the soldiers started ahead for Frostburg last night where they will join the main column. Diamond Thieves Taken. Denver Colo., April 14. James Jor dan alias Harry Gilmore, ii in the ciiy jail awaiting the arrival f California officers to take him home to Sacramento to answer with Horace Black and Wm. Edwards to stealing J7.000 worth of Diamonds from Wachhorst's jewelry store in Sacramento in January, 1893. Black and Edwards have confeseed. -An effort will be made to secure Jordan's release. Jordan was recently tried here for the murder of Cliff Sparks, but was acquitted; Corbett Puts Up. Chicago, April 14. Stakeholder Will J. Davis has received from Corbett the third payment of stake money for his match with Jackson. The amount was 3,000. Corbett had nothing to say about his controversy with Jach son. The next and final payment of $4,000 will be made in May. Jackson's money will be posted on schedule time. Died at the Graveside. Hakkodsburg, Ky., April 14. Wil liam Bussell, of Stewart, was attending the funeral oi 'Squire P. H. Best, who committed suicide yesterday. Just as the corpse waa being laid into the grave Russell fell back dead, creating a panic. PERSONAL. Dave Goldberg returned yesterday morning from a business and pleasure trip to San Francisco. A. J. Pickrell the well known mining engineer returned from ABpen, Colo., yesterday morning accompanied by his wife. He will reside permanently in Phoenix. Commercial hotel guests yesterday were Calvert Wilson, Yuma; C. W. Williams, Maricopa; W. C. Foster, Gila Bend; A. J. Pickrell and wife, Aspen, Colo. L. F. Patterson, Gila Bend. There were registered at the Lemon hotel yesterday Col. Geo. A. Allen, Yuma; Messrs Florence and Ruth Felton and Rachael and Lulu Brady, of Tempe; Cbas. White, Prescott and W. Cunningham, Guaymas. Mr. T. A. Jobs will leave todav for Globe with Henrv Collman who is preparing to take charge of the affairs of his lately deceased brother-in-law, Charles Bouquet. The trip will be made on horse back and Mr. Jobs' friends are trying to take out accident policies on him. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Pair Highest Medal and Diploma. DRY GOOOS9, MILLINERY AND SHOES. THE RACKET STORE Is having a big with the nice and see, you FLEMING JtJLOCK, POUNDRT. FOUNDRY. THE STANDARD IRCN Southeast of Capitol Grounds. JEWELER. 3h NILSON, The Jeweler. IN THIBODO'S DRUG STORE.. First-Class Watch Repairing. GROCERIES. W. F. McNULTY Successor to McNulty & Chapman Bros. LI MART We Buy and Sell for CASH RELIABLE $5, k The Best Shoes for ssi the Least Money. f k fcsjS iMfwawaa.BU I III P TL 4k Ra zv f , o- w 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. These Celebrated Shoes are Sold by The New Shoe Store In the Fleming Block. CHOI' PH(ENIX CHOP HOUSE. (Formerly French Restaurant.) OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Fresh Fish, Oysters, Game in Season, well cooked meals served to order at short notice. 26 E. WSHTJSTGTOISr ST. Next Door to Capitol Saloon. The Palace Chop House - A OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Fresh Fish,. Game and Oysters In Season. Everything New and Clean. Table Supplied with the Best the Market Affords. In the Rooms of the IPalace Saloon. ' A Wronsr Scent. Several boxes located in a Center street building suspected to contain the merchandise stolen from the Bee Hive branch store at Mesa, were opened rastj night by Assistant Marshal Hickey. They were destined for Prescott and had been brought in the night before. They were found to be filled with house hold goods. ' Coming Back to Register. San Francisco, April 14. The steamer Peru, due from China on next Tuesday, will bring to this port 650 Mongolians, former residents of Cali fornia, who ran accross to register be fore the Geary act expires. It will be the largest number of Chinese that have come at one time in several years. Minister Thurston's Return. San Francisco, April 14 Among the passengers on the Bteamer Australia this afternoon bound to Honolulu, were Lorin A. Thurston, the Hawaiian misia ter and his bride. Minister Thurston declared that he was making the trip principally for pleasure and incident ally to assist in the developments of the provisional government's plans. loult:rv "Cards. SIMMS BROS. Props. 16 Varieties of Thoroughbred Poultry. Eggs and Fowls For Sale. No Trouble to Show Stock. run. Every lady is so pleased goods and low prices. Come will not regret it. WORKS. ' Bottom Prices, Best Goods. FOOTWEAR. L. DOUGLAS OE GENUINE WELT. Alamo Poultry Yards. Street, Haifa Mile North of PhcEnix. A GROCERY. Squeakless,Botlom Waterproof. Best Shoe sold at the price. $4 and S3. 50 Dress Shoe. V,,oI t. ..-L- otiniv- 4Vi-.m A In (C i.50 Police Shoe, 3 Soles. Best Walking Shoe ever made. $2.50, and $2 Shoes, Unequalled at tne price. Bovs $2 & SI. 75 School Shoes LADIES' $2.50 $2, $1.75 Dongola, StyliBh, Perfect Fitting and Ser viewable. Best l tne world. All styles. Insistupon having W. I.. uoneias bnoes. jame ana price etainpeu on bottom. lirovKlon Mass. GODWIN & AVERY. IIOUE. Notice for Publication. Timber Culture, Final Proof Commutation United States Land Office, j Tucson, Arts,, March 31, 1894. 1 Notice In hprehv iriven that Frank L. CriS- well has tiled notice ol intention to make final proof before the clerk of the district court at his office in Phoenix, Arizoi a, on Saturday the 12th day ot May, 1891, an timber culture appli cation Ko. 741, for the southwest quarter of section No. 18, in township No. 1, north range no least. He names a witnesses: Joseph A. R. Irvine, John Perry, Harry T. Criswell and Thaddeus T. Porter, all ot rnoenix, Arizona f ctANK W. WKbL,a, Register. First publication, April 3, 1894 Ordinance No. 164. The Common Council of Phoenix ordains as follows: SECTION L 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 ot tne city of rncemx, Maricopa County, Arizona, both upon the. surface and nnaergrouna tnerein, tor tne purpose therein and thereon .toereot. place, maintain and use all the necessary poles or posts, pines and coa- dults oi wood or iron or other suitable material and for the purpose of laying and piacing therein and thereon the necestary wires and fixtures to successfully operate and use a Tele phone System or Exchange, Messenger Call Serviee and Telegraph Lines within said city. Provided that the erection and maintenance of said poles, pipes, conduits, wires and fixtures snau De subject to the regulation ot the com mon Council of the City of Phoenix. SECTION II. That at any time hereafter when the public needs shall require it or business justify it, the said Jerry Millay and his assigns shall have the 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 part of the corporate limits thereof, and the privileges hereby granted to the sa'd Jerry Millay and his assigns within said corporate limits are hereby ' extended and made to cover said additions. SECTION IIL The rights nd privileges hereby grantel said Jerry Millay shall vest in him and his assigns immediately upon the passage of this ordinance and shall continue for the period of fifty years from the first uay of April, A. D , 1894, provided, however, that said Telephone lines shall be in operation on or before the first day of January, 1895, and if not in operation by s dd time, then the privileges herein granted shall be forfeited to the City of Phoenix. SECTION TV. For and in consideration of the erantine of this franchise the City of Ptaamlx f hall be pro 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 passage and publica tion according to law. Passed by the Common Council of Phoenix the 5th day of April, 1894. Approved the 5th day of April. 1894. SEALl P. J. COLE. Mavor. Attest: Ed Schwartz, City Recorder. Date of first publication, April 7, 1894 Ordinance No. 165. 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 Coitez 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, bis associates, 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 n. For the purpose aforesaid the said grantees are hereby authorized and granted the 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; Providea, however, Baid streets and alleys shall be restored to as good and sale 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 right and privilege of connecting any city building with raid sewer system free of charge. SECTION m. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its Dassage. SDDroval and publication for ten (10) days in The Ari zona Rkpublican, a newspaper published in said city of Phoenix and the grantees shall de posit the money necessary to pay fo the publi cation of this ordinance with the city recorder. Passed by the Common Council this 5th day of April, A. D., 1894. Approved this 5th day of April, A. 1)., 1894, Attest: P. J. COLE, Ed. Schwartz, Mayor. Seal City Recorder. Date of first publication April 7, 1894. Ordinance No. 166. An ordinance establishing a Datum Plane for the City of Phoenix. The Common Council of Phoenix do ordain as follows: SECTION I. There shall be, and hereby is established a datum plane for the City of Phcenix, which plane is an assumed elevation 98,155 feet below the apex of a stone, which stone is a river washed, granite boulder 3 feet 4 inches long, 10 inches thick and 12 inches wide, tapering to a rounding point at each end and placed on end, the too even with the surface of the ground 5 feet south and 14 feet 6 inches east of the north west corner of the City Hall Plaza in the City of Phoenix, in reference to whicn all grades pertaining to the City of Phcenix shall be es tablished. SECTION II. This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publica tion according to law. Passed by the Common Council this 10th day nf April, A. D- 1S94. Approved this 10th day of April A. D 1894. Attest: P. J. COLE, Ed. Schwartz, Mayor. Seal City Recorder. First date of publication April 11, 1891. Ordinance No. 167. An ordinance establishing the gn de of Wash . ington street between Third avenue and Third street. The Common Council of Phoenix do ordain as follows: SECTION I. That the grade of Washington street between Third avenue and Third Btreet shall be as fol lows: Commencing at the intersection of the C(-ter lines of Third avenue and Washington street at an elevation above the datum plane ot 94 92 feet and running thence east on Washington street to the intersection of the center lines of Second avenue and Washington street at an el evation of 95.66 feet above the datum plane, run ning thence east to the in tersection ol tne cen ter lines of First avenue and Washington street at an elevation of 96.42 above the datum plane, thence east to the intersection of the center lines of Center and Washington streets at an elevation of 97.17 feet, thence east to the inter section of the center lines of First and Wash ington streets at an elevation of 97.91 feet above the datum plane thence east to the intersec tion of Second and Washington streets at an elevation of 98 23 feet above the dat'im plane, thence east to the intersection of the center lines of Third and Washington streets at an elevation of 97.71 above the datum plane. SECTION II. This ordinance shall taki effect and be in force from and after its passage and publica tion aceording to law. Passed bv the Common Council this 10th day Of April, 1894. Approved this 10th day of April, A. D. 1894. p. J. COLE, Mayor. Attest: Ed Schwartz, seal City Recorder. First date of publication April 11, 1894.