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THE ARIZONA BfiPUBliCAM THUJRSDAY MOKNINQ, APRIL 26, 1894.
R&H, HIC, FER KELLNER." Mr. Kellner Cheerfully Sets 'Em Up. A Story Illustrative of the Minority Candidate's Open-Handed-ness to Himself. "'Rih (hie) fer Kellner," yelled a man as he staggered across Washing ton street at the corner of First yester day, supporting a companion who was too far gone to " 'rah" for anybody. When they had nearly reached the op posite curb stone Air. Kellner saw them and heard the jubilation in his favor which, by the way, was the first that had been heard. With a smile so broad that he had to turn edgewise to get out of doors, he greeted his supporters: "Boys, let's have a drink." The supporters brightened up pro digiously and the one who yet retained hie power of speech and locomotion said, "That's what." "Let's have some soda water," said Mr. Kellner, and the two supporters looked at each other in disgust and critically, as if to inquire: "la this the kind of a fellow we want for mayor?" But they followed him to Donofrio's and for the first time in months threw a glass of soda water down ttieir red-hot throats. Those two unexciting drinks lost Mr. Kellner two votes. A Republican reporter, in the ab sence of other startling local news mat ter, spent some time in looking into the local political situation. He naturally infested Democrats, for what the Re publicans thought of it was not news. ''T rpo" Bo.iH ho tn a. Tlpmnifflt. "that. an ex-employe of Mr. Kellner says soft things about him in the Gazette this morning. I wonder who he is." "Yes, so do I wonder," said . the Democrat. "I'll bet $5 that no man that ever worked for Kellner wrote that. I only - know of two ex-emp'.oyes who could write such a letter and I know they would'nt do it. They're Scotty and Hinton and their experience in Kell ner'a employment would'nt bear out the statement of ex-employe. I've talked to them about 'this friend of the working man.' " "Frosty" tells a good one on Mr. Kellner." The time was Tuesday night and the place, in front of the Recep tion just after he had called a couple of fellows up to the bar. Said Frosty: "One of them says to him, 'Kellner you must get a move on you if you want to get there ; you've got to spend money.' 'I didn't know a man has to spend money in a campaign' replied Keilner. , 'I should think if a business man like me would take the office and give up a summer vacation to Ooronado JJeach to serve the city, that's all that could be expected of him.' 'But it aint'said the other; 'if you don't put up money you'll get le'ft.' " ill right," cheerfully replied Kellner, 'I'll put her up' "and" said Frosty, "this morning he got ut early and botieht a bicycle for home consunption." Dangerous Preparations. Allcock's Porous Plaster is composed of purely vegetable ingredients and is absolutely harmless. It assists nature in her own efforts to heal and invigor ate, and imparts strength to the whole system. Many preparations contain Btrong chemical and mineral substances which produce an injurious effect, not only upon the skin, but upon the whole sys tem, although at first they seem very beneficial, on account of their power ful action and temporary effect upon the surface. When purchasing a plaster do not only ask for Allcock's, but make sure that yon get it. Brandreth's Pills are purely vegetable. May Day. Mr. D. P. Conroy, manager of the M. & P., has generously come to the assistance of the business men who are arranging the May Day festivities. He has made a round trip rate from the south side of seventy-five cents. Those who come over in the morning can re turn on either the afternoon or evening train. The May Day management would like those on the south side to signify their intention so that an ar rangement can be made by which enough cars may be put on to afford seats for all. Contributions have been unexpectedly liberal. MesBrs. Gold berg and Alkire who have been solicit ing funds were obliged yeBterday to de cline further offers of cash as enough Siloes. A 6Jf 7 7 8 i. 3 Z7& ? S" 5 1 ? 7 tT 0-7 74 373 8-2-7 H- Has just been made to our stock of shoes. The prices, too, are lower than ever before. We are showing all the latest styles and the correct shades in color goods. We are selling Ox ford ties at $1.50 you have never been able to buy be fore for less than $2. H. L. CHtfDLIR SHOE CO. Ml had been received for all purposes. -The program of festivities will likely be prepared today. MESA MORSELS. Wasp Mine of Goldfield Will be Sold to Washington Parties. The W. A. Kimball & Co., stage line between here and Goldfield is in charge of John St rat ton, a careful and pain staking driver. The teams and convey ances are tirst-class. Miss L. J. Jones and Wm. Crisman were married at the residence of the bride at Lehi yesterday evening. A large circle of friends were in attend ance. An enjoyable ball took place at the reception. Mrs. C. L. Hall and daughter, Miss Mildred, Mrs. W. R. Perry and daughter, Nettie, and Miss M. Jantzen, left Tues day evening for Denver, Colo., where they reside. The family has sojourned for several months in this territory and have made numerous friends who will miss them. It is rumored that the Wasp mine will pass into the hands of Washington, D. C., parties who will erect a ten stamp mill forthwith or as soon as ar rangements can be perfected. In that connection it is stated that an electric plant will be put on the river Salt at a distance of about seven miles north of here for the purpose of furnishing power and supplying water. May Day will be celebrated here ac cording to the romantic tradition that surrounds the day.- A queen will be crowned by two pretty and 6weet mis ses Amy Richius and Emily Griffin. The queen will be Para, daughter of W. A. Kimball. A more appropriate selec tion could not have been made by her charming companions. Miss Para is not only pretty, bat sensible, of a sweet disposition and possessing all the at tributes that a princess should. The event will take place in a bower decora ted with the flowers and blossoms that flourish hereabouts. In the evening, in the Social hall, the children will hold the May-pole and other terpsi chorean exercises. Was Known In Phoenix. One of the victims of the wreck of the coast steamer Los Angeles at Point Oro last Saturday night was S. D. Sheridan of Ventura, Cal. He was quite well known to several persons in Phoenix, among whom is Mr. A. P. Walbridge, who was formerly a neighbor of his at Ventura and a co-worker in the Good Templar lodge. Sol Sheridan, a son of the deceased, was a reporter on The Re publican four years ago. MR. BENNETT'S REMARKS. He Converses with Mrs. Mullens on the Laundry Business. A too great respect for cleanliness and just indignation got Frank Bennett into trouble yesterday. Mr. Bennett is an honest and capable machinist. Mrs. Rosa Mullens is an honest, capable and dilatory washer woman who had charge of Bennett's linen. Mr. Bennett had called for it so often that the road to Mrs. Mullens' house came to be monotonous. He wearied of the scenery along the route and prayed that Mrs. Mullens would either finish that job of washing or move into another locality so as to invest his journey to and from her resi dence with new attractions. He made his last call on Tuesday evening and found his laundry in statu quo that is in the wash tub. He fell into an excited conversation with the laundress on the laundry business and the Bubject of disappointment. His re marks were interspersed with ex pressions which spread a greenish blue tinge on things in that locality and ap plied a term to Mrs. Mullens which filled her with great mental pain, and anguish. After he went away Mrs. Mullens got to thinkine about his language. She readily forgave whatever Mr. Bennett had said reflecting upon her but she felt uneasy about him. A man who talked that way stood in sore need of moral correction. She accordingly con ferred with Justice Johnstone, an offi cial moral corrector in and for the pre cinct of Phoenix, and stated the case with so much feeling that the justice was also seized with alarm for Mr. Bennett's condition. He sent a note to him to call at once and receive a moral injection. Mr. Bennett called but the business of applying the remedy was deferred until this morning. The Grand Boulevard. The grand boulevard of Phoenix is north Center street. It is straight as an arrow, level as a floor, well shaded and freely sprinkled. It already has the best class of residences. It is the favorite driveway, the highest ground, the most picturesque. Half a mile out is the Simm's addition, where lots 100s 200 are now offered for sale. The entire addition is planted with shade trees ash and umbrella. The change which a couple of years will work in its ap pearance will be as marvelous as the rapid increase in value of the lots. The ground floor season is(now. 4 Auction Extraordinary! $20,000 worth of diamonds, watches and fine jewelry to be sold at auction, witnout reserve. This is an opportunity never before offered to the people of this city. Every article first-clasB and guaranteed etrictly as represented, uhairs provided for ladies, who are re spectfully invited to attend the Bale. Every afternoon at 2 o'clock and even ings at 7:30 p. m. Monihon building. H. A. Reed, Conductor of sale. Donofrio'B confectionerv fresh every day. 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. B. C." Care Re publican. 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. 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. Parties desiring lots in the beautiful Simms addition should apply to J. T. Simms, Room 30, Lemon Hotel. RAN OUT OF WHISKY. A Terrible Incident of an Eventful Mountain and Desert Journev. Messri T. A. Jobs and Henry Coll man have returned from Globe and the Sierra Anchas in installments. They left Phoenix a week ago and went di rectly to Globe. From there they went to the ranch of the late Uhas. Boquet. Mr. Collman's brother-in-law in Tonto Baein. They left the ranch on Monday morning but Mr. Jobs' horse was: slower than Mr. Collman'g, who reached town late on Tuesday night. Mr. Jobs came in last night clad in a shooting coat, a covering of dust and slouch hat which made aim look like a member of the Dalton gang. Of Phil Askins, Boquet's murder, now in jail, they say they did not see him but that he is held in popular exe cration by the people of Globe. After a brief investigation of Bou quet's affairs at Globe they went to his ranch sixty miles north where Mrs. Collman is staying. The ranch of 160 acres is a veritable garden in the midst of the wildest most arid "part of Ari zona. Its beauty is further set off by contrast with the dreariness and desolation which surround it on, every side. Recounting the terrors of the 200-mile horse back ride, Mr. Jobs said, "You cannot imagine the acutenesi of our suffering. The horse I rode walked hard, trotted hard, loped hard and stood still hard : evervthing about him was hard. The sun was blistering hot and stopping places were uncertain. Our crowning disaster occurred last Friday night.; we ran out of whisky. When we reached the ranch we found oceans of native wine, a white, sour and rather pleasant beverage, bat it wasn't whiskv. "On our return we were steered into a trail which after ten miles came to an end at a Mexican ranch way up in the mountains under a cliff. The Mex ican could understand enough English to know that he'd get $1 by bringing us back to the trail." Mr. Collman brought back with him the skin of a huge black bear which he says he killed on the trip. The dry ness of the skin tends to show either that Mr. Collman is a prevaricator or else that the air in the Sierra Anchas is possessed of wonderful drying qual ities. Hall to Let. Gardiner's Hall in the Gardhier 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. Dr. Ancil Martin, eye, ear, nose, throat and general surgery. For Fine Stationery go to The Irvine Company. 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." The Alhamora. 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. Katb M. Fbknch, Proprietress. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Most Perfect Made. DISEASE IS A UNIVERSAL visitor. Nobody is exempt. The lengthof 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. Ballroaas. Southern Paeifie Co. (PACIFIC SYSTEM.) Commencing Feb. 25, 1894, trains will leave Maricopa as follows; n.ork p. m! daily, mixbd tkain fob O . OU Tucson, Benson, LordsburghDeming, El Paso and intermediate stations. 2. A f M- DAILY PACIFIC EX- .U PRESS for points in California, Nevaaa, Oregon and Washington. n.fi P. M. DALLY, ATLANTIC EX . (J J press for Tucson, Benson, Doming SI Paso, Ban Antonio, Houston and New Orleans 4,Of P.M. DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOB ,OU Gila Bend and intermediate static ns. T. H. GOODMAN. Sen. Pass. Agent RICHARD GRAY, God. Traffic Manager. Ban Francisco. Cal. MABICOPA ft PHENH B. B. New Time Table. In effect Feb. 25, 1894. FROM PHCENIX TOWARD PHOENIX STATIONS. Freight & Passenger. Freight & rassenger. 8:00 pm 8:30 pm) B:40 pm) 9:25 pm 10:00 pm 10:25 pm Phoenix Tempe 'Kvrene Sacaton -Maricopa 5:00 am (4:35 am (4:25 am 4:00 am 8:25 am 3:00 am Southern Pacific east bound passes Maricopa at 11:50 p. m. touthern Pacific west bound passes Maricopa at 2:40 a. m. Pacific time. Connection made at Phoenix with stage for rreBcoii. D. P. CONROY, Acting Manager. OUR Preparing to Enlarge Our After July I. We will Commence our Clearance day, April 18. Seduced Prices, and FOR CASH ONLY. Article will be Marked in Blue Figures. We will Also Purchase. THE RED CORNER H. ASHER & CO., Proprietors. Hardware. SCREEN DOORS. WIRE CLOTH for WINDOW SCREENS ICE CREAM FREEZERS Hardware Store . . . Haloon. The Palace, 60S. E BIESCSFEUI, Prop. Imported and Domestic WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, PHCENIX. ARIZONA. CJriop House. In rooms back of Reception Saloon. Eerything new and clean. Table supplied with the best the market affords. I-ISH AND OYSTERS ALL TBI SEASON. Charlie Sam & Co., Props. WATER COOLERS at , Talbot&Hubbard's Reception Chop House BLUE All Goods will be Give a Premium Ta.llorliiHr. If you are in need of a good Summer Suit, see SMITH THE TAILOR Opp. Commercial Hotel. Barber Hiiop. The Fashion Barber Shop. FRANK SHIRLEY, Proprietor. LADIES' WORK DONE AT THE SHOP OR RESIDENCE NEATE8T BATH ROOM 8 IN THE CITY. OPPOSITE THE OPERA HOUSE Trees and. Vines. All Varieties of . Fruit Trees And Grape Vines At Lowest Prices. LONG BROS. 4 CO, Nurserymen, FRESNO, CAL., R-l-P-A-N-S TABULES REGULATE THE STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS AHD PCRIFY THE BLOOD. Ripana Tabules are tbe best medicine known for Indigestion, Biliousness, Head ache, ConBtipation, Dyspepsia, Chronic Liver Troubles, Dizzinet6, Bad Complexion Dysentery, Offensive Breath, and ail dis orders of the Stomach, Liver and Boweis. Ripans Tabules contain nothing injurious to the most delicate constitution. Are pleasant to take, sfe. effectual and give immediate relief. Price 50 een cs per box. May be ordered throush nearest druggist, or by mail. Sample free by mail. Address THE 1IIFAS9 CHEMICAL CO., 11) Sprnce Street, New York City. THE PHCENIX Large, Well Lighted, ROOMS Newly Furnished Center St., bet. Washington andAdams. SUITS! MARK Store Sale on Wednes Sold at Greatly Every on Every Dollar MRS. M. FORBES, MfniQTE? Second Street, 8onthof KJUIO I I. Hartwell'a Photograph Gallery, is prepared to guar ....... antee style, fit and prices. Ladies wishing dressmaking, catting nd fit ting will make a mistake ii they do not 11. PHCENIX. ARIZONA. City Election. On the first Tuesday 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 followiag city officers to-wtt: . 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, E. T. Swenarton; ballot clerks, J. A. R. Irvine, C. J. Dyer; poll clerks, Manuel Y. Garoia, Jacob H. Kirkland. 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. 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. Beid ; ballot clerks, J. S. Beyers, Lincoln Fowler; poll clerks, A. J. Porterie, W. B. Lount By order of the common council of the city of Phoenix. ED 8CH W AB.TZ, City Recorder, Date of first publication, April 12, HS94- Summons. In Justice's Court, Phoenix Precinct, County of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona. Richard J. Hambbook and' W. A. Schobb, doing business as a co-partnership under the firm name and style of Ham brook & Schorr. I Plaintiffs, I vs. Bert Spencer and A dun a C. I 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: xuuare uercuy buuiiuuucu auu required to appear in an action brought against you 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 of 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 ' against you. Given nnder my hand at Phoenix, this Slat day of March, A. D., 1894. C. W. JOHNSTONE, . Justice of the Peace of said Precinct. Franklin & Franklin, attorneys for plaintiff. . Date pf first publication April 4, 1894.1