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ThE AiUZtiJstA liSPiJBLlcAK i MuaY Mo&KiHG AMU 20, 1894.
the rftuit census A Mass Meeting of Growers at the Court House Tomorrow. The census of the orchards of the valley was completed yesterday toy J. N. Armstrong of the executive com mittee of the county horticultural society and J. B. Bettler, county fruit inspector. It embraced the number of trees, kinds and varieties of fruit, con dition of trees and estimates of the crop for this season. The information has not been completed yet, but the gentlemen who took the census are of the opinion that the crop this year will be at least five times as large as it was last year. One object of the census was to gather information to be presented to railroad and express companies, with a view to obtaining the beBt possible rates for transportation. Another object was to supply the chamber of commerce with valuable statistics concerning the fruit growing business, and still another, perhaps more important, was to give the fruit industry here a more intelli gent direction. The executive committee of the horti cultural society have called a mass meeting of valley fruit growers, to be held at the court house at 2 o'clock to morrow. The result of the census will have been completed and will be laid before the meeting. The matter of organizing an institute to be held at or ntar Phoenix will also be discussed, and perhaps arranged at this meeting. The institute will be in progress probably two or three days, and its object will be to establish a uni formity of action and purpose among growers. The May Arena. The May Arena closes the ninth vol ume of this leader among the Drozressive and reformative reviews of the English speaking world. The table of contents is very strong and inviting to thoBe in terested in live questions and advanced thought. Among the important social and economic problems dicussed and ably handled in a brave and fundamen tal manner, characteristic of the review, are "The First Steps in the Land Ques tion," by Louis F. PoBt, the eminent single-tax leader; "The Philosophy of Mutualism," by Professor Frank Par sons of the Boston University Law School ; "Emergency Methods for Main taining Self-Respected Manhood," by the Editor of The Arena. The Saloon Evil is also discussed in a symposium. One of the strongest paper on Heredity that has appeared in recent years is found in this issue from the pen of Helen H. Gardener. Rev. M. J. Sav age appears in a very thoughtful paper on "The Religion of Lowell's Poems;" a fine portrait of Lowell appears as a frontispiece. Dr. James R. Cocke con tributes a striking paper on "The Power of the Mind in the (jure of Diseases." A strong feature of this number is a brief character sketch by Stephen Crane entitled "An Ominous Baby." Stinson Jarvis' series of brilliant papers on "The Ascent of Life" closes with this issue. Electric Fans. The East End Electric works are now prepared to make contracts for fan ser vice for the coming season commencing Mayl, 1894, on the only reliable, safe and satisfactory system 110 volt direct. All other BVBtems are unreliable, un satisfactory and dangerous. Applica tions Bhould be made at once to the company's office, corner Second and Adams streets. . Complimentary to the Schools. A gentleman from Boston, Mass., in terested in educational matters, paid an extended visit to the Central high school yesterday. He was greatly sur prised at the advancement of the pupils and the thoroughness of the methods employed in the schools. Said he: "We suppose in Boston that we are in advance of the rest of the world in all things pertaining to schools, but your school here seems to equal those of the east of similar grade." One thine more than any other which astonished him, was the perfect classi fication of the pupils, arranged with a view to the greatest saving of time and the most rapid progress. INDUSTRY IN JAIL. John Kennedy Proves that He Is Not a Tramp. John Kennedy, a commonweal soldier out of rank, was in police court yester day morning. The complaint against Mr. Kennedy was so well sustained that the recorder gave him a choice between ten days in jail and five minutes to get out of "town. Then the fixed and deadly purpose of Mr. Kennedy to secure work at all hazards was made manifest. He didn't want to be mistaken for a tramp Shoes. The Princess Is the name we have given to one of the most attract ive specialties in our new line of Ladies Low Shoes. It is unlike the Juliet we sold last year in that it is no higher than the ordi nary Oxford. With silk goring in the sides it does away with lacing. These shoes are very handsome in design and we invite every lady to call and see them. SHOE CO. 1. . aUINA Who disdains honest labor. He came to Phoenix in search of employment and by i'.ll the eods in Latiura he'd tav un til he set eyes on it. That's the kind of a detective Mr. Kennedy is for his bump of continuity is big. His spec.ialtv in the labor line is haying and he intends to stay here until the alfalfa crop is ready for the sickle ot tne nus bandman. Mr. Kennedy will stav longer if ne- cessary ; he will wait until the streets of Phoenix are green with vegetation Seeing no compromise could be effected with a man of so great deter mination the recorder sent Mr. Ken nedv to jail for ten davs at the exDira tion of which period the alfalfa crop will be somewhat nearer maturitv than it is now. Fell Fifteen Feet. A little child of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Irvine fell through an opening in the sidewalk in front of the Racket store and narrowly escaped serious injury. A narrow opening between the sidewalk and windows ot the basement had been left for the purpose of admitting light. The aperture is so narrow that there seemed to be no likelihood of any one falling through. Iron guards had been made for the opening, but had not yet been put in place, and the little boy playing in front of the store stepped into the hole. The fall was about fifteen feet, broken by a window ledge three feet from the bottom. The injured child was examined by Dr. Purman and found to have received no other apparent injury than a broken tooth. MAY DAY FESTIVITIES. Arrangements for the Occasion Nearly Finished. Preparations have been almost com pleted by the merchants of the city for the May Day festivities for the benefit of tbe school children. They will take place at the park and will consist of games and races and the usual crowning of thequeen. Miss McKinney daughter of Rev. Preston McKinney will be the May queen. Music for the day will be furnished by one of the brass bands of the city. A committee has been appointed to confer with the K. of P., A. O. U. W., I. 0. O. F., the fire department, the G. A. R., the military company, the Boys Brigade and the bicycle club in the matter of getting up a parade. ' Ice water and free lemonade will be furnished by the merchants but other refreshments will be in the form of a basket picnic. Invitations will be extended to the schools of the south side to join in the festivities. Dr. Ancil Martin, eye, ear, nose, throat and general Burgery. Waking Up. People are waking up to a realization of the fact that there is such an oppor tunity for investing in homse lots as seldom is found. Since the splendid property of Col. Simms has been of fered to the public for sale there has been some investigation of its merits and advantages. They have been found to be many. Closeness to town, char acter of soil, prospect of growth, alti tude and other salient features con spire to make it tbe most inviting and most talked of residence property in or around Phoenix. A few short months will surely bring wonderful improve' ments to the beautiful Simms addition. Donofrio's confectionery fresh every day. Notice to Contractors. Bids will be received by the under signed ud to Monday, April 23, at 4. p. m., for the construction of a brick block. Plans on file in tbe office of J. M. Oeighton. P. J. Cole. New Grocery. A new grocery store has been opened at the Five Points in the McCarty block by R. M. Dameron. A large and well selected stock of fresh groceries will be kept constantly on band. Goods deliv ered free to all parts of the citv after April 16. At the Nickel Plate you can get what you want. The pastry is as good as the best. The most careful attention is given to its making and baking. The pies and cake of the Nickel Plate can not be beat. A well furnished room, centrally lo cated and cool, large closets, with use of bath, suitable for man and wife or two gentlemen, for rent at a reasonable price. Addrees "A. B. C." Care Re publican. Wall Street Sample Room, The most quiet retreat in Phoenix. Handles nothing' but the best liquors and cigars. No loud talk about my place. Drop in and see me. No. 12 Wall St., James Rennie, proprietor. Perfect Happiness. When all the world seems dark and drear And joy, denied by cruel fate, Be not cast down, but of good cheer, You'll find it at the Nickel Plate. For Sale. The best two lots in Churchill's addi tion. Call on J. J. Blower, Room 9, Monihon Block. Call at the RED CORNER STORE and examine the novelties queens- ware, glassware and silverware given away with each dollar purchase and up wards. M. Asheb & Co. Parties deBiring lots in the beautiful Simms addition should apply to J.T. Simms, Room 30, Lemon Hotel. Open All Night. The Nickel Plate Restaurant, which is growing so rapidly in popular favor, will be opfn all night. This is to ac commodate patrons whose business or pleasure keeps them abroad in the wee sma' hours." For Fine Stationery go to The Irvine Company. S. J. Tribolet succeeds to the busi ness of Saunders & Tribolet and will conduct it at tbe old stand where the only genuine cold air storage in Phoe nix is located and where all his old cus tomers may find him. Hall to Let. Gardiner's Hall in the Gardiner block on Washington street near corner of Third, mav be rented for dances, narrif-s socials and entertainments. is provided with seats, electric light and is perfectly safe in construction Terms reasonable. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Highest Award. 1 ,ot If inn- 25c BEDS AT THE STAB LODGING HOUSE No. 47 Jackson and First 8ts., Two blocks south of city hall. II. EIXEN, IProp. THE PHCENIX Large, well Lighted, Newly Furnished ROOMS Center St., bet. Washington and Adams. Restaurant. Jefferson St., opposite Fire Department Head quarters, one block from electric car line. Good Cooks and Waiters Terras Reasonable, Call and Inquire. GEORGE W. TUTT St CO.. Proprietors, DISEASE IS A UNIVERSAL visitor. Nobody is exempt. The length of stav may be shortened by the use of suitable reme dies. Every medicine prepared by us can be relied upon with perfect confldence. as the in gredients are wholesome, fresh and powerful. U. tbUHMAN Sc UO. SANTA FE. PRESCOTT & PHCENIX RAILWAY COMPANY. PRESCOTT DIVISION TIME TABLE NO. 6, For .use and government of employees. The Company reserves the right to vary from this at pleasure. TAKING EFFECT SUNDAY MARCH 4, 1894, AT 12:05 A. M. Mountain Time is standard used. Previous time tables are void. No. 121 No. 103 STATIONS. No. 101 No. 122 7 25 a! 7 52 a 35 a 9 05 a 9 45 a 10 05 a 10 30 a 11 00 a 11 35 a 35 p 52 p 20p 40 p 05 p 17 p 30 p 40 p IV Ash Fork ar' 1 10 p 6 30 p 6 05 p 5 20 p 4 40 p 3 50p 3 28p 3 10 p 2 55 p 2 25 p Meath Rock Butte Lime's Canon Cedar Glade Del Rio Clear Springs Jerome Junction Granite W hippie ar Prescott lv 12 53 p il2 25 p 12 00m 11 35 a 11 23 11 10 11 00 aj 10 40 a G 00 p Trains 103 and 104 make close connection at Ash Fork with trains 3 and 4 on A. & P. R. R. Trains 121 and 122 connect with trains 1 and 2 at Ash Fork on A. St Jr. K. R, Trains 103 and 104 are passenger trains and run daily. Train 122 is an accommodation train ruuning daily except Saturday. Train 121 is an accommoda tion train running daily except Sunday. R. R. COLEMAN, Supt. G. W. Vaughn. V-Pres. and Gen. Mgr. F. A. Hkaly, General Passenger Agent. SOLID Through Trains From KANSAS CITY AND ST. JOSEPH TO ST. LOUIS CHICAGO, OMAHA, PEORIA, ST. PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS. WITH Dining Cars, Vestibuled Drawing Room Sleep ing Cars, Reclining Chair Cars (Seats Free. ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CAES TO Atlantic Coast ! THE BEST LINE FOR New York, Boston, tore, Washington Philadelphia, Cincinnati, Niagara, Falls, Pittsburgh, AND EASTERN POINTS. For Full information, address H. C. ORR, Ass't. Gen'l. Passenger Agent. Kansas City, Mo. ificRl The Great Middle Route Across the American Continent in Connec tion with the Railways of the "Santa Fe Route." LIBERAL MANAGEMENT, BUflSKlOK FACILITIES, PICTURESQUE SCENERY, EXCELLENT ACCOMODATIONS. The Grand Canon ot the Colorado, the most sublime of Nature's work nn thn Earth InSo. scribable, can easily be reached via Flagstaff, w imam or reacn oprmgs on tnis road. To the Natunl Bridge of Arizona and Monteznma's well you can journey most directlj by this line Observe the Ancient Indian Civilization of La- guna.oroi Acoma, "Tne City of the Skj," Visit the Petrified Forest near Carrizo. See an(i marvel at the freak of Canon Diablo. Take a hunting trip in the magnificent pine forests of the San Francisco Mountains. Find iuterest ir the ruins of the pre-historic Cave and CM Dwellers. View the longest Cantilever bridgf in America across me tjoioraao Kiver. T. R. Gabel, General Sunerintendent. Albu querque, New Mexico.- W. A. Bisskll, General Passenger Agent. San Francisco, Cal and Al buquerque, New Mexico. H. 8. Van Slyck, uenerai Agem,AiDuquerque..N. m E mo Marat n I OUR After July We will Commence our Clearance Sale on Wednes day, April 18. All Goods will be Sold at Greatly Reduced Prices, and FOE CASH ONLY. Every Article will be Marked in Blue Figures. We will Also Purchase. THE RED CORNER. CI. ASHER & CO., Proprietors. DruE Htore. AT BRISLEY'S "Mountain City" DRUG STORE. Special attention is given to country oraers. iry us! Send in by mail or otherwise. .... PRESCOTT, ARIZ. Hardware. SCREEN DOORS. WIRE CLOTH for WINDOW SCREENS WATER COOLERS at t Hardware Store . . . R-I.P-A-N-S TABULES REGULATE THE STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS AND PDRIFY THE BLOOD. Rlpang Tabules are tbe best medicine known for Indigestion, Biliousness, Head ache, Constipation; Dyspepsia, Chronic Liver Troubles, Dizziness. Bad Complexion Dysentery, Offensive Breath, and all dis orders of the Stomach, Liver and Bowels. Ripans Tabules contain nothintrinjurious to the most delicate constitution. Are pleasant to take, sfe. effectual and give immediate relief. Price 50 een cs per box. May be ordered throueh nearest druggist, or by mail. Sample free by mail. Address THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO., Ill Spruce Street. New York City. Talbo & Hubbard Preparing to Enlarge Our Give a Premium Tailoring:. If you are in need of a good Summer Suit, see SMITH TOE TAILOR Opp. Commercial Hotel. Barber Hliop. The Fashion Barber Shop. FRANK SHIRLEY, Proprietor. LADIE8' WORK DONE AT THE SHOP OR RESIDENCE NEATE8T BATH ROOM8 IN THE CITY. OPP08ITE THE OPERA HOU8E Hotels, SixthAvenueHotel. A r Elegantly Furnished ROOMS! 40 First-Class Table In Connection. WALSH SISTERS, No Invalids Admitted. Proprietors. t'OK. ADAMS AND SIXTH ATE. Trees and. Vines. All Varieties of Fruit Trees And Grape Vines At Lowest Prices. LONG BROS, d CO, Nurserymen, FRESNO, CAL., BDTTER FROM SWEET MILK at a cost of from 3 to 5 cents per pound is what can be done by using mynewprocess. The milk will mike from three to four times as much butter as it will to let it- turn and then churn it. and it is much nicer. Every family should destess this "eeret. I will send the receipt for 60 cents in money, postal note or stamps. You can make eight pounds of bntter from one gal lon of milk. Address, McKINNON & CO., Agents Wanted. Co warts, Ala. SUTS MARK Store on Every Dollar MRS. M. FORBES, MO n I QTP Second Street, South ot JUl3 i C. Hartwell's Photograph Gallery, is prepared to guar- - antee style, fit and prices. Ladies wishing dressmaking, cutting nd fit ting will make a mistake if they do not 11. PHCENIX. ARIZONA. City Election. On the first Tueiday in May, in the year A. D., 1894, a charter election will be held in the city of Phoenix, at which the legally qualified voters of the city of Phoenix, Maricopa county, Arizona territory, shall elect the following city officers to-wit: One (1) Mayor for the term of one year. One (1) Treasurer for the term of one year. One (1) Marshal for the term of one year. One (1) Assessor and tax collector for the term of one year. One (1) Councilman for the Second ward for the term of two years. One (1) Councilman for the Fourth ward for the term of two years. That the following places are designated at which polls will be held and the persons named who shall act as inspectors, judges and clerks of said election, to-wit: First Ward, polls at Gardiner block In spector, Aaron Goldberg; judges, X. O. Grant, S. T. Swenarton; ballot clerks, J. A. E. Irvine, C. J. Dyer; poll clerks, Manuel Y. Garcia, Jacob H. Kirkland. Second Ward, polls at Wharton block In spector, H. H. McNeill; judges, John Burger, J.W.Walker; ballot clerks, W. R. Morrison, Geo. H. Marsh; poll clerks, Porter Fleming, B. A. Lewis. Third Ward, polls at Kincaid's office In spector, J. B. Lacy; judges, B. A. Fickas, J. D. Monihon; ballot clerks, T. D. Holloy, Richard Stewart; poll clerks, G. W, Chapman, P. Perley. Fourth Ward, polls at Dublin corral In spector, C. F. Chapman; judges, T. A. Jobs, J. D. Reid; ballot clerks, J. 8. Beyers, Lincoln Fowler; poll clerks, F. Ordona, W. B. Lount. By order of the common council of the city of Phoenix. ED SCHWARTZ, City Recorder. Date of first publication, April 12, 1S84- Summons. In Justice's Court, Phcenix Precinct, County of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona. Richabd J. Hambrook andl W. A. Schorr, doing business as aco-partnership underthe ) firm name and style of Bam-1 brook chorr, Plaintiffs, vs. 4 Bert Spencer and Apuna C. Spencer, Defendants. Action brought in the Justice Court of Phoe nix precinct, in and for the County of Marico pa, in the Territory of Arizona. The Territory of Arizona sends greeting to Bert Spencer and Adlina C. Spencer: You are hereby summoned and required to appear in an action brought against yon by the above named plaintiffs in the Justice Court of Phoenix Precinct, in and for the County of Maricopa, in the Territory of Arizona, and an swer the complaint filed in said' Justice's Court, at Phoenix, in said County, within five days. (exclusive oi the day of service) after the service upon you of this summons, if served in this precinct, but if served without this precinct but in the county, ten days; if served out of the county, fifteen days; in all other cases, twenty days, or judgment by default will be taken againstyou. Given under my hand at Phoenix, this 81st day of March, A. D., 1894. C. W. JOHNSTONE, Justice of the Peace of said Precinct. Franklin & Franklin, attorneys for plaintiff. Date of first publication April 4, 1894.