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1894. FRANK OURY'S MURDERER, Efforts to Extradita Htm sumed Yesterday. Re- Governor Hughes Far ward 3 to the Governor of Sonora Proof of Acebedo's CltlzenshlD. jN'eotiationa for the return of JNicho las Acebedo, one of the murderers of Frank Oury last fall, were resumed yes terday in an official letter from Gov ernor Hughes to the governor of Sonora. Acebedo was traced to Sonora soon after the murder, and was arrested there and put into prison. Requisition was made upon the governor of Sonora for the surrender of the prisoner to the Arizona authorities. The governor re fused to honor the requisition upon Acebedo's claim that he is a Mexican citizen, and the case hag remained in this condition ever Bince. In the meantime the authorities on this side have been gathering proof of the prisoner's American citizenship. The letter from Governor Hughes con tained three affidavits in support of this fact. Should the governor of Sonora decide to surrender tne prisoner on the strength of these affidavits Acebedo will be immediately returned and the machinery of American law will be set in motion agaiuBt him o to avenge Oury's death. Should the governor not decide to do so he may submit the af fair to the federal authorities at the City of Mexico and the case will be come one of international importance. In case the governor of Sonora should refuse to act at all then the Arizona au thorities will apDly to the state depart ment at Washington which through the state department at Mexico may be able to dislodge the murderer from his asylum in Sonora. Y. W. C. A About twenty-five ladies met at the Y. M. C. A. Hall last Thursday night for the purpose of organizing a Young Woman's Christian association, a branch of the'Y.M. C. A. Lively in terest was manifested by those present which bespeaks success for the new association. The idea of uniting Christian forces in such associations as the Y. M. C. A. and the Y. W. C. A. is one that has proven to be successful. This one will be helpful to all who be come members. Vice-PresidentWollam called the meeting to order and stated the object. Miss Dobba was elected temporary chairman and Miss Parker temporary secretary. The constitution and by-laws were read and adopted. The meeting adjourned to next Thurs day night at 7 :30 o'clock to complete the organization and elect officers. Prisoners Pardoned. Three pardons were issued yesterday to convicts at the territorial prison. The beneficiaries are Daniel West, sen tenced to one year for assault with a deadly weapon ; Geo. Liwyer, four yeare for grand larceny, and Ben Martin, one year for burglary. The sentences of West and Martin would expire next Monday, and that of Dwynr next Thursday. The pardons are granted for the purpose of restoring the prisoners to citizenship. He Sold It Piecemeal. Albert Hassela got into jail yester day for fifteen days for disintegrating and selling the fragments of a bridle which belonged to another man. It was a $45 affair, had a $15 bit and other costly ornamental features. Hassels borrowed it of Robert Linville and had it in his possession so long that he came to think it belonged to him. He sold the bit and some of the silver em bellishments to an aesthetic gentleman at Frog Tank for enough to buy a whole but ordinary and suitable bridle. He will spend his fifteen days retire ment from society in a study of, Black stone's "Rights of Property." SHE DONE FQRGOT HIM. A Colored Citizen's Criticism of Modern School Methods. A colored man named Williams living in the western part of the city has a grievance against the educational sys tem of Arizona. The burden of his complaint is that a ion of his haB been immured in one of the dungeons at the West End symposium of learning for ai unreasonable length of time and that his final restoration to the society of his parents was the result of an ac cident supplemented perhapB by the circumstance that the boy has been gifted by nature with unusual lung force. For a misdemeanor, the gravity of which Mr. Williams does not state, the Shoes. The Princess Is the name we have given to one of the most attract ive specialties in our new liiae 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. boy was locked up in a closet ahd in the rush and excitement incident to the business of instructing youthful ideas how to hit the bull's eye nine times out of ten, was forgotten. He took no part in the mental target practice that after noon. In the regular course of events that session of school reached a termination and the pupils marched out to the taps of a drum. The teacher followed and young Williams stood guard in the dark closet. The teacher at a distance of a block or two heard a shriek which she immediately connected with young Williams. She heard other shrieks and by means of them was enabled to find her way back to the school house. A blind school ma'am would have had no trouble in finding the school house as long as young Williams was in that closet. He was released but not before he had contracted a case of nervous prostration which made business for a doctor. Mr. Williams does not believe that the school system of Phoenix is radically wrong or that this particular teacher is inefficient. He only thinks that a teacher who leaves the school house at night under the circumstances just detailed is troubled with a defective memory. He wants the science of mnemonics made a part of the examination of teachers in this territory. Waking Up. People are waking up to a realization of the fact that there is snch 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. Thev 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 the 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. PERSONAL. Hon. James A. Fleming went to Los Angeles last night on business. Mr. L. P. Kimball of Kimball & Riley of Goldfield, was in the city on business yesterday. He was accompanied by Mrs. Kimball. Secretary Rice of the Peoria Canal company, returned trom una Bend yes terday, where he had been inspecting the recent work on the dam. Geo. D. Rankin, who had accom panied the remains of his father, the late Judge Thomas Rankin, as far as Rincon, returned to Phoenix yesterday. Geo. E. Knight of Denver, general agent of the Industrial Building and Loan association of that city, is in town. Mr. Knight is well known in Phoenix as former general agent of the Fidelity Building and Loan associan of Denver. , Two prominent bishops of the Mor mon church arrived in the valley yes terday from Salt Lake. They are Brigham Young, Jr., and Elder Moses Thatcher. They drove over to the city yesterday afternoon. The object of their visit to the valley is to inspect the the affairs of Maricopa Stake. CharleB E. White, who has juBt re opened the Lemon House restaurant was in charge of the kitchen when the same hotel was first opened, twelve years ago by Judge Lemon. He has acted in California for two years as cook in the household of ex-Senator Leland Stanford, which promises that the table will be fiist-class. Commercial hotel guests yesterday were P. 8. Roberts, New York ; H. E. Maxon, San Francisco ; J. H. Moore, Detroit, Mich. ; A. Wittemann, New York; W. D. Gordon, Chicago; Geo. D. Rankin, San Francisco; Jas. M. Rice, Peoria, Ills. ; Chas. Denny wife and child, Maryland ; Oscar Baer, San Fran cisco ; Knut Passe, St. Louis ; Mrs. J. T. Dunlap, Kansas City ; D. Barclay, Denver; L. P. Kimball and wife, Gold field. Plasters. If you are thinking about buying a plaster, remember that you will place it upon your body and cannot get a piaster that will be too good for you. Allcock's Porous Plaster is the best plaster made. Your druggist may have some other plaster on his shelves which he is anxiouB to get rid of, or else some worthless imitation purchased at a low price for the purpose of substitution. Do not accept his "Just as good" plea, insist upon having the genuine. All cock's Porous Plaster has no equal. Brandreth's Pills can alwayB be relied upon. Electric Fans. The East End Electric works are now prepared to make contracts for fan ser vice for the coming eeason commencing May 1, 1894, on the only reliable, safe and satisfactory system 110 volt direct. All other systems are unreliable, un satisfactory and dangerous. Applica tions should be made at once to the company's office, corner Second and Adams streets. Open All Night. The Nickel Plate Restaurant, which is growing so rapidly in popular favor, will be open all night. This is to ac commodate patrons whose business or pleasure keeps them abroad in the "wee sma' hours." New Grocery. A new grocery Btore has been opened at the Five Points in the McCarty block by K. M. Dameron. A large and well selected stock of fresh groceries will be kept constantly on band. Goods deliv ered free to all partB of the citv after April 16. Hall to Let. Gardiner's Hall in the Gardiner block on Washington street near corner of Third, may be rented for dances, parties, socials and entertainments. It is provided with seats, electric light and is perfectly safe in construction. Terms reasonable. Notice to Contractors. Bids will be received by the under signed up to Monday, April 23, at 4. p. m., for the construction of a brick block. Plana on file in the office of J. M. Creighton. P. J. Cole. For Sale. The best two lots in Churchill's addi tion. Call on J. J. Blower, Room 9, Monihon Block. FEAST OF THE PASSOVER. Beginning of the Great Cere mony Last Night. How It Is Observed In Phcenlx A Brief History of the Beautiful and Impressive Custom. The Jewish feast of the Passover be gan last night at 6 o'clock and will be observed during the next seven days. Its observance by good Jews in Phoenix and in all localities where there are no congregations will be confined to the eating of onleavenedbread or matzoa and strict abstinence from all leavened bread. The ceremonies in synagogues how ever is very impressive. On the first two days all business houses are closed and services are attended at the syna gogues. At the homes occur the ca'ders or sittings at which the father of the family is seated at a post of honor with his sons abeut him who propound to him questions as to the origin of the various ceremonials. Hii answers form a link in the traditions which have been handed down through the centuries. During the next four days business is resumed but many of the cremonies are continued. Business houses are again closed during the last two days and the observance ends on the last day with a grand feast. The Passover or variously called the Pasa'h, Paescech or Pascba, is com memorative of the passing of the Red Sea. It begins in the evening of the 14 of Nisan corresponding to April 20. Un til the final destruction of the temple it was observed by the sacrifice of the pas chal lamb and since that time by the eating of unleavened bread. The sig nificance of unleavened bread is that when the Jews were ordered to leave Egypt their departure was necessarily so sudden that time was not available to prepare ordinary bread for the jour ney and in its place meal mixed with water and baked in the heat of an Egyptian sun was subttituted. It is intended only to celebrate the anniversary of that most eventful day in Jewish history but in the years of wandering between the rolling together of the waters of the Red Sea and the building of Jerusalem the exact date of the anniversary was lost. It was only known that it lay between the 14 and the 22 of the month Nisan. Hence the observance was extended to cover the whole period. The ceremony is perhaps the most beautiful and impressive of the many beautiful and impressive ceremonies' of the Jewish religion and nowhere else is it more strictly observed than in Phoe nix so far as the absence of a synagogue and a congregation will permit. The AlhairvDra. The most desirable place to stop in Phoenix, central location and beautiful surroundings. Large well ventilated and handsomely furnished rooms. Dining room in charge of skillful caterers, and the best of meals served, Rates very reasonable. Mrs. Kate M. French, Proprietress. 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. 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. Donofrio'a confectionery fresh every day. S. J. Tribolet succeeds to the busi ness of Saunders & Tribolet and will conduct it at the old stand where the only genuine cold air storage in Phce nix is located and where all his old cub tomers may 'find him. 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. Address A. Is. U. Care Re PUBLICAN. For Fine Stationery go to The Irvine Company. Dr. Ancil Martin, eye, ear, nose, throat and general surgery. Parties desiring lota in the beautiful Simms addition should apply to J. T. Simms, Room 30, Lemon Hotel. 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. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Highest Award. DISEASE IS A UNIVERSAL visitor. Nobody is exempt. The length of stay may be shortened by the use of suitable reme dies. Every medicine prepared by us can be relied upon with perfect confidence, as the in gredients are wholesome, fresh and powerful. C. ESCHMAN & CO. TjLORINCE HOTEL REFITTED AND RE- C furnished throughout. Strictly first-clas. in everr respect. ROBERT WILLIAMS, Prop. OUR Preparing to Enlarge Our After We will Commence our Clearance 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 Purchase. Also THE RED CORNER f,1. ASHER & CO., Proprietors. Drua Wt ore. AT BRISLEY'S "Mountain City" DRUG STORE. Special attention is given to country orders. Try us! Send in by mail or otherwise PRESCOTT, ARIZ. Hardware. SCREEN DOORS. WIRE CLOTH for WINDOW SCREENS ICE CREAM FREEZERS WATER COOLERS at Hardware Store . . . r..p.a-n-s TABULES REGULATE THE STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS AND PDRIFY THE BLOOD. Rlpans Tabales are the best mediaine 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 BowelB. Ripans Tabules contain nothing injurious to the most delicate constitution. Are pleasant to take, safe, effectual and give immediate relief. Price 50 cen ts per box. May be ordered through nearest druggist, or by mail. Sample free by mail. Address THE RIPANS CHEMICAL. CO., 19 8pruce Street, New York City. Tioth.uS UE MARK July Give a Premium TulIorliiK. If you are in need of a good Summer Suit, see TEE TAILOR Opp. Commercial Hotel. Barber Shop. The Fashion Barber Shop. FRANK SHIRLEY, Proprietor. LADIE8' WORK DONE AT THE 8HOP OR RE8IDENCE NEATE8T BATH ROOM8 IN THE OITY. OPP08ITE THE OPERA HOU8E Hotels. SixthAvenueflotel. 40 Elegantly Furnished ROOMS 1 40 First-Class Table In Connection. WALSH SISTERS, Mo Invalids Admitted. Proprietors. COB. ADAMS AND SIXTH AVE. Trees and. Vines. All Varieties of Fruit Trees And Grape Vines At Lowest Prices. Nurserymen, FRESNO, CAL. BUTTER FROM SWEET MILK at a cost of from 3 to 5 cents per pound is what can be done by using my new process. The milk will nuke from three to four times as much butter as it will to let if turn and then churn it. and it is much nicer. Every family should dostess this secret. I will send the receipt for 60 cents iu money, postal note or stamps. Yon can make eight pounds of batter from one gal lon of milk. AddreBs, McKINNON & CO., Agehts Wanted. Cowarts, Ala. SUITS! HSBSSi Store Sale on Wednes- on Every Dollar MRS. M. FORBES, RiinniQTC Second Street, Bouth'of UUIOI C. Hartwell'8 Photograph " " a"" Gallery, is prepared to guar- ....... antee style, fit and prices. Ladles wishing dressmaking, cutting nd fit ting will make a mistake if they do not 11. PHCENIX. ARIZONA. City Election. Ob the first Tuesday in May, In the year A. D., 1894, a charter election will be held In the eity of PhcBnix, 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 ene year. One (1) Marshal for the term of one year. One U) 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, I. 0. Grant, B. T. Swenarton; ballot clerks, J. A. E. Irvine, C. J. Dyer; poll clerks, Manuel Y. Garcia, Jacob H. Klrkland. Second Ward, polls at Wharton block In spector, H. H. McNeill; judges, John Burger, J. W. Walker; ballot clerks, W. B. Morrison, Geo. H. Marsh; poll clerks, Porter Fleming, E. 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. Molloy, 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. Beid ; ballot clerks, J. S. Beyers, Lincoln Fowler; poll clerks, A. J. Porterie, W. B. Lount By order of the common council of the eity of Phoenix. ED SCHWARTZ, City Recorder. Date of first publication, April 12, 1884-J Summons. In Justice's Court, Phoenix Precinct, County of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona. Richard J. Haxbxook and W. A. Schorb, doing business as a co-partnership under the firm name and style of Ham- brook cborr, Plaintiffs, TS. Bert Spencer and Adlina C. Si'ENcie, 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: Yon 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 Connty of Maricopa, in the Territory of Arizona, and an swer the complaint filed in said Justice's Court, at Phoenix, in said Connty, within five days, (exclusive of the day of service) after the service upon yon 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 against you. Given under my hand at Phoenix, this Slst day of March, A. D., 1894. C. W. JOHNSTONS, Justice of the Peace of said Precinct. Franklin & Franklin, attorneys for plaintiff. Date of first publication April 4, 1894.