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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 17, 1894.
AGHICULTURAIi IMPLEMENTS.
D. H. BURTIS.
Sole Agent For
THE GLANDERED DISTRICT.
The Tests Applied in Suspected
Cases.
THE CHAMPION MOW
A Suggestion from the Department
of Agriculture Anticipated by the
Territorial Veterinarian.
(ROCKER MOTION.)
THE WILSON HEADER,
ALL STEEL DOUBLE GEARED.
The Jolmon Self Dump Steel Hay Rake.
Hie II.S. Hay Stacker
1 and ml Rakes
Come in and get prices before buying.
COJttMISHION MERCHANTS.
BABBITT & CALVIN,
i n
in ana wmmm i
u
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
California Fruits,-""-1 Butter, M Hay and Grain.
STORAGE FOR TRUNKS
AND BOXED GOODS.
Sdidi
1 1
ana
Cash Paid for Farm Produce.
louns Block.
Opposite Commercial Hotel.
A few days ago The Republican men
tioned a communication from Secretary
Morton of the department of agri
culture, to Governor Hughes with
reference to the diaeaee of glanders
among the horses in vicinity of Mefa.
The secretary offered to send a qnanitv
of mallein to the territorial veterinarian
by which the certainty of the presence
the disease might be determined.
The communication contained a brief
escription of mallein and its action
upon the disease.
In lustice to the territorial veterinary
surgeon, Dr. Norton, it maybe said that
he had already, in fact as soon as the
presence of the disease began to ue
doubted, procured a quantity of mallein
from other sources preferring not to en
counter the delay which would natur
ally follow an application through the
department and the mallein test was
made weeks ago and the character ot
the disease was determined to his satis
faction though many of the persons
owning infected stock still believe that
the surgeon might be mistaken. Others
accepted the test as final, their diseased
stock was killed and there was a per
ceptible check in the spread of the
malady.
To effectually remove the doubts ot
those inclined to believe that their ani
mals were suffering from a distemper
Dr. Norton next resorted to the test by
inoculation and the disease was com
municated to several burros upon which
its action was rapid and was shown in
rising temperature, swelling and mu
cous discharges followed by death.
Every known test has been now ap
plied and with few exceptions, perhaps
none, the owners of glandered animals
are consenting to have them killed, so
that the chief obstacle to the stamping
out of the disease may be said to have
been removed. It cannot be cured and
nothing can be done but to kill the af
fected animals and exercise extreme
precaution in the care of stock not al
ready exposed and also in the matter of
wholesale disinfection.
GBOCEKIEH.
V,-..''ji, Put
Uer Groeery Co
4!
Wholesale and Eetail
Groceries,
Crockery,
Queensware,
Stoneware,
and
Glassware.
FRESH GOODS RECEIVED DAILY.
West VaShington St., PHCENIX, ARIZ
MERCIIAN DI8E.
KIMBALL, RILEY & CO.,
Goldfield, Arizona,
fahfe of All Sorts.
Hotel and Stable Attached. Everything: First-Class
We Operate Daily Stage from Mesa, Arizona.
GENERAL MEBCIIANDIHE.
GOLDMAN & Co.
Established in 1874.
We have the largest stock of General Merchandise in the Territory, consisting 01
ttroceries, Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Wagons, Dry Goods, Furnishing
Goods, Clothing, Hats. Boots and Shoes. All of our heavey goods we ship in car loadi
and others in large quantities, which enables us to sell you lower than anybody. Call
and convince yourself.
GOLDMAN & Co.
Telephone, No. 48. .... .
FLAGSTAFF GETS IT.
Location of the Arizona Observa
tory Fixed.
Flagstaff, Ariz., April 16. Prof. A.
E. Douglass has been in Arizona several
weeks past looking for a point to estab
lish a branch of the Harvard observa
tory. After taking observations from
various points he found the atmospheric
conditions here the beEt in the territory
for the purpose.
Today he received word from Percival
Lowell of Boston, that the observatory
would be built here. Mr. Lowell will
furnish the necessary funds.
MISTAKEN ORDERS.
who murdered Thos. Grady at Lock
ett's sheep ranch, forty-five miles north
of here last September and escaped to
Las Vegee, N. M., was captured near
Las Vegas and brought here by ex
Sheriff Cameron. A reward of $1,500
has been standing for his capture.
A Railroad Wreck Beneath Which an
Engineer Lies Buried.
Benson, Ariz., April 16. Two freight
trains collided fifteen miles east of this
place in a deep cut, wrecking three en
gines and 6even cars, scalding jFireman
Landon about the head and face and
fracturing his left arm. Engineer
Whitcomb is missing and is supposed
to be under some of the wrecked cars.
Officials and two physicians are on
the ground. The cause of the accident
is supposed to be that the conductor of
the west bound train misunderstood his
orders.
Sentenced for Another Crime'.
Los Angeles, Ual., April 16. John
Shulter who was arraigned with Fitz
Bimmons, Thorn and ComBtock for al
leged connection with the Roecoe train
robbery was today sentenced to five
years in Folsom prison for burglarizing
a house here some time ago. The
judge however ordered that the com
mitment be held penning his prelimin
ary examination on the charge of train
robbery.
Th. Roscoe Robbers Arraigned.
Los Angeles, April 16. John Corn
stock, Walter Thorn, Pal Fitzsimmons
and John Shulter, accused of the Ros
coe robbery of a Southern Pacific train
were arraigned in Judge Bartholomew's
court this afternoon. Bail was fixed at
$10,000 each and being unable to secure
bondsmen the quartette was returned
to jail. The preliminary examination
occurs on April 23.
Jerry Simpson's Critical Condition.
Washington, April 16. The condi
tion of Congressman Jerry Simpson is
very critical. No callers were admitted.
His arms and legs are swollen as by
dropsy and it seems to be approaching
yital parts.
Waite's Victory Complete.
Dsnveb, Col., April 16. The supreme
court has just granted a writ of ouster
in the fire police board case to vacate
at noon tomorrow. This is a complete
victory for Governor Waite.
Notice for Publication.
Timber Culture, Final Proof Commutation
United 8tatss Land Office, I
Tucson. Aril,, M arch 31, 1894. i
Notice is hereby given that Frank L. Crls-
well has filed notice of intention to make final
Eroof before the clerk of the district court at
is office in Phoenix, Arizoi a, on Saturday the
12th dav 01 Hav. 1894. an timber culture rdhII.
cation No. 741, for the southwest quarter of
section wo. is, in township No. 1, north range
rJo least.
He names as witnesses: Joseoh A. R. Irvine.
John Perry, Harry T. Oriswell and Thaddeus T.
Porter, all ot rnceuix, Arizona
F&ANK W. WELLS,
Register.
First publication, April 3, 1894
THE PHCENIX
ROOMS
Large,
well Lighted,
Newly Furnished
Center St., bet. Washington and Adams.
Poultry Yards.
Alamo Poultry Yards.
Center
Street.
A Murderer Captured.
Flagstaff, April 16. G. B. Marques,
North of
Phoenix.
SIMMS BROS. Props.
16 Varieties of Thoroughbred Poultry.
Egsrs and Fowls For Sale.
No Trouble to Show Stock.
MESA MATTERS.
JJKY GOODts, MILLINERY AND SHOES.
THE RACKET STORE
Examination of Teachers for Life
Diplomas.
The popular Kimball house had cn its
register Sunday the following: C.
Munshaw, Toronto, Canada; VV. H.
Williscraf t, Phoenix ; H. H. Babbit and
wife, Phoenix; Lewis W. Collins, Phoe
nix ; D. Driscoll, City ; G. W. Holmes,
Goldfield ; Mr. Gayn'o, Goldfield; Chas.
Cohn, Goldfield.
Miss Lizzie Corprin from Minneapolis
is visiting her sister Mrs. Peterson. EL
W. McArthur and wife and James S.
Bartle, St. Joseph, Mo., are visiting
Mesa.
There was produced at the A. L.
Cuber winery 12,000 gallons of wine
last year. In connection with the winery
is a distillery, registered No. 12, dis
trict of New Mexico.
Henry Collman, of E. Ganz & Co.,
Phoenix, passed through Monday, ac
companied by T. A. Jobs, on his way to
Globe, where he will take charge of the
estate of the late Chas Bocqnet, who
was a brother-in-law of Mr. tiollman.
Gen. Williamson, ex-commissioner of
the general land office under Gen.
Grant's administration came in Monday
morning. He owns real estate in this
town site and will remain for a few
days.
irof. F. J. Netherton, president of
the territorial board of examiners,
granted certificates to Maggie . Hill of
Tombstone, Edith M. Stowe, of Bisbee,
and C. W. Crouse of Lehi last Saturday.
The territorial board of education
will bold a meeting on or about May 1,
at which time, thev will fix a date to
examine teachers who are desirous of
obtaining life diplomas in terms of a
law passed bv the last legislature.
On Friday night, April 28, Prof.
Netherton will lecture on the subject of
"Words," at Tempe. This is one of the
series of lectures that has' been and
will be given under the direction of the
Normal school.
Jesse Steele of Yuma, is on a flying
visit to the garden gate of the valley.
A mining suit at Florence is attract
ing considerable attention judging from
the number of witnesses that have
taken from here and Goldfield.
W. A. Kimball and C. L. Hall went
to Florence yesterday.
W. A. Kimball and Frank Archer,
Mrs. Minnie Perry, Miss Mildred Hali
and Miss Mollie Jantzen, made a picnic
trip, to Goldfield on Sunday.
Is having a big run. Every lady is so pleased
with the nice goods and low prices.
and see, you will not regret it.
FLEMING BLOCK,
Come
FOUNDRY.
FOUNDRY.
THE STANDARD
WORKS.
Ordinance No. 164.
The Common Council of Phoenix ordains as
follows:
SECTION I.
That. Jrrv Millav of Phrenix.Conntvnf Mri.
copa. Territory of Arizona, and his assigns aie
hereby granted the right of way through, in
and upon the Btreets, alleys, sidewalks and
public grounds ot tne uuy ot rnoenix, Maricopa
County, Arizona, both upon the surface and
underground therein, for the purpose therein
and thereou .toerecf, place, maintain and use
all the necessary poles or posts, pipes ind con
duits ot wood or iron or otner suuaDie material
and for the purpose of laying and piacing
therein and thereon the necessary wires and
hxtures to successfully operate ana use a leie
nhone Svstem or Exchange. Messenger Call
Serviee and Telegraph Lines within .aid city.
Provided that tne erection ana maintenance
of said Doles. Dines, conduits, wires and fixtures
shall be subject to the regulation of the Com
mon council qi tne city ot 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 thrraghout the city, or
in any addition that may hereafter De aaded to
the City of Phoanix, of become a part of the
corporate limits thereof, and tbe privileges
hereby granted to the said Jerry Millay and his
assigns within said corporate limits are heieby
extended and made to cover said additions.
SECTION in.
The rights nnd Drivileges herebv enmtei said
Jerry Millay sha'l vest in him and his assigns
immediately upon tne passage 01 this ordinance
and Bhall continue for the period of fifty yearB
from the first day of April, A. D , 1894, provided,
however, that said Telepbone lines shall be in
operation on or before the first day of January,
1895, and if not in operation by s 'id time, then
the privileges herein granted shall bo forfeited
to the City of Phoenix.
SECTION rv.
For and in consideration of the granting of
this franchise the City of Phoenix shall be pro
vided with one telephone during the life of
said franchise free of charge for city 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 oth day of April, 1894.
Approved tbe oth day of April. 1R94.
seal P. J. COLK, Mayor.
A ttest: Ed. Schwartz, City Recorder.
Date of first publication, April 7, 1894 1
Ordinance No. 1G5.
Southeast of Capitol Grounds.
HUGHES k GEHRIG, PIPS.
JEWELEIt.
P. H1. NILSON,
The Jeweler.
IN THIBODO'S DRUG STORE.
First-Class Watch Repairing.
GROCERIES,
W. F. McNULTY
Successor to McNulty St Chapman Bros.
LAMM
We Buy and Sell for GASH ' tom ces' es 00(s-
A
GROCERY
RELIABLE FOOTWEAR.
Amending Ordinance No. 133, entited: "An
Ordinance Granting to James A Fleming,
His Successors, Associates and Assigns the
Eight and Franchise to Construct, Maintain
and use as Sewer on and Under Portions of
Cortes 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:
BECTION I.
The right, authority and privilege i3 herebv
granted to James A. Fleming, his associates,
successors and assiguB to build, erect, maintain
and use a covered, underground sewer with all
suiiame ana necessary connections through
and under any of the streets and alleys ot the
City of Phoenix.
SECTION n.
For the purpose aforesaid the said grantees are
hereby authorized and granted tne privilege of
opening necessary trenches and of erecLing and
maintaining tbe necessary manholes and catch
basins in and upon the streets and alleys of the
City of Phoenix; Providea, 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
snail, at any time, nave tne n? nt ana privilege
of connectingTray city building with aid sewer
system free of charge.
SECTION HI.
This ordinance shall take effect and be'
in force from and after its passage, approval
and publication for ten (10) days in Thb Ari
zona Republican, a newspaper published in
said city of Phoenix and tne 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 5th day
of April, A. D., 1894. Approved this 5th day of
April, A. JJ.,1894,
Attest: P.J.COLE,
Ed. Schwartz, Mayor.
Seal! Citv Recorder.
Date of first publication April 7, 1S91.
JUDGE WILLIAMS' RETURN.
MEAT MABKET.
J. A. LUTGERDING & CO.
Fresh and Salt Meats.
MUTTON, PORK, VEAL AND POULTRY.
All Our Heats 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. Postofiice Building:.
" HOTEL.
SS 111
RJTRiff ilfa till
if Hfe 1 ClfilOM
fatral Hote
Good
Furnished Rooms
. At
Reasonable Rates.
THALHEMER, Prop;
No Commission Yet But Improved
Health.
Judge Williams returned yesterday
morniDj! from Washington. He did not
bring with him his commission as judge
of the First judicial district but he
broueht a ruddiness of co'or which
shows that his trio, whatever mental
anxieties may have attended it, was
beneficial to his general health. '
As to the commission the judge is
hopeful though he was given no assur
ance from the department of justice
that it would be issued. His friends in
Washington are confident that the in
vestigation of the charges will close in
his favor. A great deal of reliance is
placed by him upon the telegraphic
endorsement recently forwarded to the
department by the business men of
Fhcenix.
A Matrimonial Boom.
There was unwonted activity in mat
rimonial affairs yesterday. Geo. B.
Williams and Lncy B. Anderson were
married at the Lemon hotel yesterday
morning. Th groom is a well-to-do
young ranchman living west of the city.
The bride is a young lady from Benson
who had resided in the city for the pa9t
six months.
At the same place and almost at the
same time Wm. A. King and Louisa B.
Clark were united by Justice John
stone. The contracting parties live in
Tombstone and arrived here yesterday
morning accompanied by Mrs. W. C.
Staehle and F. G. JMcDougal. A li
cense to marry . was issued to Geo. W.
Chitwood and Mary E. Brown, both of
the country.
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Squeakless,Bottom Waterproof. Best Shoe sold at the price.
$5, $4 and S3.50 Dress Shoe.
.50 Police Shoe, 3 Soles.
Best V alking Shoe ever made.
$2.50, and $2 Shoes,
unequal lea at me price.
Boys $2 & $1.75 School Shoes
LADIES'
3. $2.50 $2, $1.75
BeetDongola, Stylish, Perfect
f itting and berviceame.eBE
in tne wonu. aii ry?.
Insist upon having W. L.
lougias hnoes. .name
anu price etainpeti on
bottom. isrocKion
DEALERS who push the sale of V. 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 la the Fleming Block.
CrODWIN & AVERY.
CHOP HOUSE.
PHCENIX 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. WASHINGTON ST.
Next Door to Capitol Saloon.
The Palaee Chop House
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. -
Fresh Fish, Game and.Oysters In Season.- Everything New and Clean.
I able supplied with the Best the Market Affords.
In the Rooms of the Palace Saloon.
Ordinance No. 166.
An ordinance establishing a Datum Plane for
the City of Phcenix.
The Common Council of Phoenix do ordain as
follows:
BECTION I.
There shall be. and herebv in established a
datum plane for the City of Phosnix, which
plane is an assumed elevation y,iDO leet Deiow
the apex of a stone, which stone is a river
washed, eranite boulder 8 feet 4 inches lone, 10
inches thick and 12 inches wide, tapering to a
rounaing point at each ena ana placed on ena,
the tOD 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 whica all grades
pertaining to the City of Phoenix 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
of April, A. D. Approved this 10th day of
April A. D., 1894.
Attest: r.j.uuus,
Ed. Schwartz, Major.
Seal City Recorder.
Firstdaie of publication April 17, 1891.
Ordinance No. 167.
An ordinance establishing the gr 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 street shall be as fol
lows: Commencing at the intersection of IHie center
lines of Third avenue and Washington street at
an elevation above the datum plane ol 94 92
feet and running thence east on Washington
street to the intersection of tbe 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 Cersection ol the 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 ol 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 datum 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 take effect and be In
force from and after its passage and publica
tion aceording to law.
Pasted 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.

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