THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN i SATUHUAV MORNING. MAY 19. 1AM.
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No Convictions in Court Yes
terday. D. E. James Favored by a Misunder
standing in the Grand
D. E. Jamea ia the child of luck,
some of it good and the rest bad, but
the good predominates. A year ago
James found a certificate of deposit
lying on the street unclaimed. It had
been issued by the Valley bank -to Dr.
Hardy. The finder immediately pre
sented it to George Barnard and re
ceived $3 on it. When it passed into
Mr. Barnard's hands it bore the forged
endorsement of Dr. Hardy. This fact
constituted the ground of complaint
against James and he was indicted.
By a misunderstanding in the grand
jury room the indictment was made to
show that James bad sought, to defraud
Dr. Hardy and the Valley bant instead
of Mr. Barnard, an error fatal to the
successful prosecution of him. But
James didn't know this, so he suc
ceeded in breaking jail and aggravated
his offense by stealing a horse to en
able him ta (ret out of the country.
He was recaptured a few months later
and burdened with leg irons to insuie
bis presence at bis trial.
It was shown then taat the proof and
the allegation in the indictment were
not harmonious, 8) that after the evi
dence was all in and the arguments had
begun, District Attorney Williams
moved the court to instruct the jury to
acquit. The defendant will now have to
lace the horse stealing charge.
M. Brown, charged with burglary, in
whose case the jury disagreed the night
before, wa again put on trial. Judge
Baker had determined that Brown
should find out at once what was to
happeu to him, and that the county
should no longer support him. The
trial wa? c included lace ia tue after
noon and in tiiteen minutes the jury re
turned a verdict of not guilty. The
emiie on Mr. Brown's face impeded his
passage out of the doorway. His en
joyment wag alloyed only by an embar
rassing conjecture as to where he would
spend the night.
Patrick Marks, Win. Jones, Juan Kir
vera and and Carlos Aldai, convicted of
burglary, and Loache, the Indian found
guilty of manslaughter, will be sen
tenced on Monday.
The federal prisoners arraigned on
Friday afternoon, all plead not guilty,
and their ca6es were set for Monday.
At 8 o'clock Thursday evening John
G. Raberts, one of the leading Btoc-k-nien
of Buckeye, Arizona, was united
in marriage with Miss Eliie J. Harrer,
the accomplished daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. D. B. Harrer, at the Commercial
hotel. Rev. Geo. L. Pearson performed
the ceremony. The handsome bride
looked bewitching in a dress of white
silk with trimmings of cream lace and
ribbon. The groom wore the conven
tional black. Only the most intimate
friends of the contracting parties were
invited. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts will
remain at the hotel for several days
and later return to Brownville, where
the groom has a pleasant home pre
pared for his bride. Their friends join
in wishing them a long and happy life.
Stood the Test.
Allcock's Porous Plastors are unap
proachable in curative properties, rap
idity and safety of action, and are the
only reliable plasters ever produced.
They have successfully stood the test of
over thirty years' use by the public;
their virtues have never been equalled
by imitators who have sought to trade
upon the reputation of Allcock's by
making plasters with holes in them,
and claiming them to be "just as good
as Allcock's," and they Btand today in
dorsed by not only the highest medical
authorities, but by millions of grateful
patients who have proved their efficacy
as a household remedy.
Beware of imitations. Ask for All
cock's, and do not be persuaded to ac
cept a substitute.
Braiidreth's Pills will purifv the
Bids for Lumber.
Sealed bids for furnishing the City o
Phoenix with lumber as follows to wit:
Oregon pine, 3x10; redwood, 2x12 and
2xlG undressed. All bids must be
sealed and maiked on the envelop "Bids
for Lumber," and must be filed with
the city recorder on or before 2 p. m.,
Monday, May 21st, 1894. The Corn-
x To be Absolutely
Bow it Will Be Done.
We have hod made for up a num
ber of keys one of which will un
lock the heavy plato ulas!) and
metal money box cow in exhib
ition in our show window. Wh
have placed in this box $25 in cold
and on July 4. 1894, each holder of
one of these keys will be permitted
to try to unlock the box. The per
son whose key opens the box will
be given the contents, absolutely
With every pair of shoes pur
chased we will give one key free.
There is but one key that will un
lock the box. Yours may be the
one. Buy the Chandler Shoe,
'everyone knows they are the best.
H. L. CfMDLlR SHOE CO.
mon Council reserves the right to ac
cept any or reject all bids.
The Ladies' band was practicing last
night and there was a large audience.
Win. A. Kimball of Mesa, was in
town yesterday. He has harvested his
If reports ba true the genial Judge
Roberts entertains serious hymeneal
A dog was killed yesterday morning
that had the rabies by a Normal school
student. It belonged to 1 'arson Rob
erts. Henry Smith, general manager of
the telephone exchange, made a flying
trip to Phoenix yesterday on matters of
The Goodwin Bros, will start a
"header" at work on their grain crop
next Monday. They have about 450
acref of grain.
The names of Misses Clara and
Manuela Miller did not appear in the
list of names that were in attendance
at Col. and Mrs. Hayden's private
party. The names of Misses Rose and
Dora Holliday were also overlooked.
Rev. Broadhnrst of the M. E. south
church, will entertain, or the children
will entertain themselves, next Sunday
afternoon at an ice cream and straw
berry festival. There will be music
and other features calculated to afford
pleasure. The Ladies' braes band will
The Chicago Fire Engine company
hereby challenges H. E. Kemp & Co.,
representing the Babcock fire extin
guisher, to a public competitive test, to
be made in front of the engine house on
Monday night, May 21.
GoSART & BALKE,
Representing the Chicago Fire Engine
The committee of arrangements of
the fire department on the dedication
of tiie hall held a meeting last night
and decided that the dedicatory servi
ces should be held tomorrow night at
8 o'clock. All visiting firemen are
cordially invited to attend. It was in
tended also to invite the wives and lady
friends of the members of the depart
ment but the plan was abandoned.
By order of the committee.
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 systems are unreliable, un
satisfactory and dangerous. Applica
tions should be made at once to the
company's office, corner Second and
But a Few Blocks From Town.
Standing on Washington street at the
coiner of Second or Third avenue and
looking north you can see less than a
quarter of a mile out the level road a
row of tall cottonwood trees.
What of it?
This they mark the southern boun
dary of the Simms addition, which is
but that short distance from town and
which is destined to be the location of
the finest and choicest residences about
It is closer in than most people think
and at the same time just far enough
out lor a home.
For Rent Three large, nicely fur
mshed rooms (parlor, dining room and
kitchen), with large screen porch and
bath room-; brick house, convenient to
post office ; terms reasonable. Address
"B," Republican office.
Persons leaving the city for the sum
mer months can find storage for pianos
and light furniture in a clean new
building at moderate charge. Inquire
at Phoenix Music Co.
Dr. Ancil Martin, eye, ear, nose, throat
and general surgery.
H. Mao Davenport has taken charge
of the Phoenix Light and Power coin-,
pany's works, vice H. Ohnick, who has
resigned. Ali complaints should be
made to him at the office, room 17, Na
tional Bank of Arizona building.
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.
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 8ma' hours."
Having determined to spend the sum
mer in Los Angeles I have arranged
with Dr. D. M. Purman, late of Indian
apolis, Ind., to attend to my practice
until my return.
W. H. Wakd, M. D.
Wall Street Sample Room.
The moBt quiet retreat in Phoenix.
Handles nothing but the beet liquors
and cigars. No loud talk about my
place. Drop in and see "me. No: 12
Wall St.. Jimea Rennie, proprietor.
Two nicely furnished rooms single or
en suite. Good location, cool, brick
house, terms reasonable. Address
"E," Republican office.
Beats the World.
Night and day, early and late,
It's never closed, the Nickel Plate;
Clean and cool, but a moment to wait,
It beats the world, 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 ib
given to its making and baking. The
pies and cake of the Nickel Plate can
not be beat.
Fan service for the hot months will
be furnished by tha Phcenix Light and
Power company to customers as in the
past. Apply to H. Mac Davenport,
room 17, National Bank of Arizona
Send ua 75 cents in stamps and we
will mail you The Weekly Republican
for six months. No better way to learn
all about the Great Salt River valley
and its unparaleled climate and resources.
Parties desiring lots in the beautiful
Simms addition should apply to J.T.
Simms, Room 30, Lemon Hotel.
Wanted Good boy lor paper route.
Two hours' work in the morning.
Ladies' silk pongee waists trimmed
with lace worth $4 and $4.50, for $2.50
at the Red Corner Store.
Ladies' lawn waists trimmed with'
embroidery worth $2.50 at $1. 25 at the
Red Corner Store.
Circulating library open daily and
Wednesday and Saturday evenings at
corner of First avenue and Jefferson
Dr. Stroud, eye, ear, nose and throat.
Albatross of every shade and color
cheap at the Red Corner Store.
The Red Corner Store sells summer
silks from 30 cents a yard and up.
Ladies' black silk waits worth
for $2.50 at the Red Corner Store.
Ladies changeable silk waists worth
$6.50 for $4.00 at the Red Corner Store.
Ladies' muslin underwear at grentlv
reduced prices at the Red Corner Store.
The Irvine Company.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Most Perfect Made.
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.
UJN ION PALACE
ICE CREAM PARLORS
Leading daily papers and periodicals.
Stationery and legal blanks. The
All kin Is of fruit always on hand. Remember
our parlors when in GoldSeld.
Richards & Marvin, Props
Lund the Druggist
Cor. Washington and Third Sts., Phoenix, Ariz.
PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY.
BUTTER FROM SWEET MILK
at a cost of from 3 to 5 cems per pound is what
can De aone Dy using my new process. inemiiK
win mue irom inree to lour times as mucn
butter as it will to let it turn and then churn
it. and it is much nicer. Every family should
dos&ess this secret. I will send the receipt for
50 cents iu money, postal note or stamps. You
can make eight pounds of butter from one gal
lon 01 mi ik. Address, mckinwon & CO.,
Agents Wanted. Cowarts, Ala,
STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS
AND PDRIFY THE BLOOD.
Rlpans Tanulea are the 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 nothinsr injurious
to the most delicate constitution. Are
pleasant to take, safe, effectual and give
immediate relief. Price 50 cents per box.
May be ordered through nearest druggist,
or by mail. Sample free by mail. Address
THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO.,
l'J Spruce Street, Hew York City.
For sale by Dr. Keefer, Opera House Drug
Dbure, riiusiiix, Arizona.
Call for City Warrants.
I will pay upon presentation the following
numbered citv warrants of the issue of lS'JM'
interest eeasicg this 15ih day of May, 1894 :
Numbers 1,119 to 1,165 both inclusive.
I. M. CHRISTY,
TLORKNCE HOTEL REFITTED AND RF.
JC furnished throughout. Strictly first-class
in every respect. ROBERT WILLIAMS, Prop.
- dpi a
Store . . .
SANTA FE. PRESCOTT & PHfflNIX
TIME TABLE NO. 6,
For use and government of employees. The
Company reserves the right to vary from this
TAKING EFFECT SUNDAY MARCH 4, 1894,
AT 12:05 A. M.
Mountain Time is standard used.
Previous time tables are void.
7 25 a
3 35 p
3 52 p
4 20 p
4 40 p
5 05 p
5 17 p
5 40 p
lv Ash Fork ar
1 10 p
6 30 p
6 05 p
7 52 a
ar Prescott lv
12 53 p
12 25 p
5 20 p
4 40 p
a so p
3 28 p
9 OS a
9 45 a
10 05 a
10 30 a
11 35 a!
11 23 a
11 10 a
3 10 r
11 00 a
11 35 a
11 00 a I
2 55 p
2 25 p
10 40 a
Trains 103 and 104 mate close connection at
Ash Fork with train 3 and 4 on A. fc P. K. li.
Trains 121 and 122 connect with trains 1 and
at Ash Fork on A. & P. R. R. Trains 103 and
104are passenger trains and run diily. Train
122 is an accommodation train ruuning daily
except Saturday. Train 121 is an accommoas
tion train running daily exceDt Sunday.
B. K. COLEMAN, Bupt.
G. W. Vaughn, v -Pres. and Gen. Mgr.
F. A. Healy, General Passenger Agent.
New Time Table.
In effect Feb. 25. 1891
Southern Pacific east bound passes Maricopa
at 11 :S0 p. m.
southern Pacific west bound passes Maricopa
at 2 :40 a.m. Pacific time.
Connection made at Phcenix with stage for
C. S. HASTEN,
The new resta urant in the Byers build
ing on Jefferson street, opposite
the city hall.
Board $5 a week
Single Meals ...25c
The neatest, cleanest and cosiest place
to eat in the city.
STAR LODGIM HOUSE
No. 47 Jackson and First Sts.,
Two blocks south of city hall.
Special attention is given
to country oraerB. Try
us! Send in by mail or
A. L. Fisher's Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa City
Stage Line, making direct connections with the
L'v. Phcenix 7:C0 a. m. L'v. Mesa 1:80 n. m.
L'v. Tempe 9 00 a. in. L'v. Tempe 2:30 p.m.
Ar. Kesa 10 -.(X. a. m. Ar. Pnoeuix 4;00 p. m.
L'v. Phcenix 3:30 p. m. L'v. Mesa 6:30 a. m.
L'v. Tempe 4:80 p. m. L'v. Tempe 7:30 a. m.
Ar. Mesa 5 30 p. m. Ar. Phcenix 9:00 a. m
CARRY PASSENGERS AND EXPRESS.
Office at MesaFruitStore.
SASSAS IH AND ST. JOSEPB
CHICAGO, OMAHA, PEORIA, ST
PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS.
Diuiug Cars, Vestibuled Drawing Boom Sleep
ing Cars, Reclining Chair Cars (Seals Free.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
Atlantic Coast !
THE BEST LINE FOB
New York, Boston,
Niagara, Falls, nttsbnrgh,
AND EASTERN POINTS.
For Full Information, address
H. C. ORR,
Ass't. Gen'l. Passenger Agent, Kansas City, Mo.
EL PASO ROUTE
Texas and Pacific
The. Great Popular Route Between
8hort line to NEW ORLEANS, KANSAS CITY
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS. NEW YORK and -WASHINGTON.
Favorite line to the
north, east and southeast. PULL
MAN BUFFET SLEEPING
CARS and solid trains
from El Paso to
Dallas, Fart f artii. New Orleans, Memphis and St Lonii
FA3T TIME AND SURE CONNECTIONS.
S3ee that your tickets read Texas anc
Pad tic Railway. For maps, time tables, ticke
rates and all required information, call on 01
address any of the ticket agents.
B. F. DARBYSH1RE,
Gen. Agt. El Paso, Texas
Gen Pass, and Ticket Agt.. Dallas. Tex
The Atlantic & Pacific R. R.
The Great Middle Route Across the
American Continent in Connec
tion with the Railways of
the "Santa Fe Ronte."
LIBERAL MANAGEMENT. .
The Grand Canon ot the Colorado, the most
sublime of Nature's work on the Earth, inde
scribable, can easily be reached via Flagstan,
Williams or Peach Springs on this road. To
the Natural Bridge of Arizonaand Montezuma's
well you can lourney wost directly oy tniB line
Observe the Ancient Indian Civilization of La-
Gnma. or of Acoma, "Tue city of the 0x5
Visit the Petrified Forest near carrlzo. Bee ad
marvel at the freak of canon Diablo. Take a
hunting trip in the magnificent pine forests of
the San Francisco Mountains. Find iuterest in
the ruins of the pre-historic Cave and Cliff
Dwellers. View the longest Cantilever bridge
in America across tne coioraao mver.
T. R. Gabel, General Superintendent, Albu
querque, New Mexico. W. A. BissKLL, General
Passenger Agent. San Francisco, Cal and Al
buquerque, New Mexico. H. 8. VAN Sltck,
General Agent. Albuquerque. N. M
JACMVlUlfUl rlZR2Zg?.m ORLEANS;
Queen & Crescent
EAST TENM., YR. GR. RYS.
SOLID VXSTIBULED TRAIN 8.
N Orltans to C;n;:.aati, 94 Miles Shortest
Making Direct Connections Fop All
Points north and east.
ga-Pullraan Palace Cars through without
change via Chattanooga to New York. Only one
change of cars to tnepnncipai points in ueorgia
rntr.ia Nni4i ami flnnfli Camlill. .nd Illhn.
' !."!'. .lU.VU UU WWUWU ' "
i5?-Ticket ofBoe, 91 St. Charles Street, New
Orieans.La. r. jONits, T. r. A.,
Southern Paeifie Co.
Commencing Feb. 25, 1894, trains will leave
Maricopa as follows;
t OA P. M. DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOR
7 . Ou Tucson, Benson, Lordsburgh Deming,
ml Paso ana lntermeaiaie stations.
flJA A. M. DAILY PACIFIC IX
ZltXJ PRESS for points in California,
Kevaua, uregon and Washington.
U tA P. M. DAILY, ATLANTIC EX
?V press for Tucson, Benson, Doming
El Paso, San Antonio, Houston and New Orleans
4, OA P.M. DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOR
,Ou Gila Bjndndintermediatestaticns.
T. H. GOODMAN.
Hun. PasB. Agent
Clen. Traffic Manager,
San Francisco. CaL
ORDINANCE NO. 168.
An Ordinance to
The Common Council 0 Phanix do or
dain as follows:
Every person who owns, keeps or harbors in
the City of Phoenix any dog or dogs, shall pay
an annual license therefor of Two Dollars for
each male dog, and Four Dollars for each fe
Every person desiring to obtain license for
dogB to be kept In the City of Phcenix shall pay
such license to the City Assessor and Tax Col
lector at his office and in amount for each dog
as provided by Section 1 of this ordinance, and
procure irom the City Marshal a license tag as
heieinaf ter provided for, and it shaU be the
duty of the City Assessor and Tax Collector to
furnish to every peison paying such license a
receipt for each and every payment so made
and register the name of the person, the amount
paid, and the number or numbers of such re
ceipt or receipts in a book to be xept by him in
his office for such purpose.
The City Marshal shall procure and keep in
his office such number of metal tagB at may be
necessary, and of such size and shape as he
shall deem expedient, having stamped thereon
the words "Phceeix Dog License" (the shape of
said tags to be changed each year), and as well
a set of numeral dies for stamping and marking
said tags, and upon presentation to him by any
person of a receipt issued by City Assessor and
Tax Collector, as provided for in Section 2 of
this ordinance, shall issue to such person for
each of said receipts one of said tags, after hav
ing stamped thereon the number of the same;
numbering said tags consecutively in the order
ot presentation of said receipts, beginning with
the number one, and shall return the said re
ceipt to the person preseming the same after
having recorded in the book to be kept by him
in his office for such purpose the name of the
person presenting said receipt, the number of
said receipt, the amount thereof, and the num
ber of the tag issued thereunder.
SECTION IV. '
Every dog go licensed shall have a collar
around his neck with the metal tag aforesaid
securely fastened thereto, and in snch a manner
as to permit of ready examination.
It shall be unlawful for any dog lo run at large
In any of the streets, alleys.plazas, parks or pub
lic grounds of the City of Phoenix without hav-
ing fastened over its head a muzzle suitable
and sufficient to keep and prevent such dog
from being able to bite man or beast. 1
It shall be the duty of the city marshal, the
police officers or watchmen of the City of Phce
nix and of each and all of them, when any
dog is found Ioobb, or at large upon the public
streets, alleys, plazas, parks or public grounds
of the said city, either without the license tag
and muzzle, or the license tag herein provided
tor to immediately kill such dog at the place
found or capture and secure such dog and re
move him to a convenient place, and there im
mediately kill him as may nnder the circum
stances of the case be most expedient.
The licenses issued under this ordinance
shall expire on the- 10th day of June, 1895, and
thereafter be renewed or issued to expire on
the 10th day of each and every June.
Any person or persons who own or not own
ing harbor for a period of three daps within
the City of Phcenix any dog without procuring
a license for said dog, as by this ordinance pro
vided, shall be deemed guilty of misdemeanor
and on conviction thereof shall be fined in any
sum not less than Five nor more than Twenty-
Any person who allows any dog owned by
him or under his control to run at large on the
street, alleys, plazas, parks or publie ground of
the City of Phcenix in violation of the pro
visions of section V of this ordinance shaU be
deemed guilty of misdemeanor, and upon con
viction thereof shaU be fined in any sum not
less than Ten Dollars nor more than One Hun
dered Dollars for each and every such offence.
Ordinance No. 97, entitled "An Ordinance to
Provide for Licensing Dogs" and all other
ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict
with this ordinance are hereby repealed.
This Ordinance shall be in force from and
after its passage and publication according to
Passed the Common Council the 16th day of
May, A. D. 1894. Approved the 16th day of
Attest: JAMES D. MONIHON,
Ed. Schwartz, Mayor.
Seal City Recorder.
Date of first publication May 17, 1894.
Notice to Architects.
Architects are invited to submit plans for a
new jail to be built in connection, with the
court house at Phcenix, to oost about 120,000.
Said plans must be accompanied by an esti
mate of cost of building under ' bond, and be
presented to the Board of Supervisors of Mari
copa county, on or before June 4, 1894.
By order of the Board.
FRANK J. PECK,
Clerk of Board of Supervisors.
First publication May 11.
of Sale of
Notice is hereby given that the board of su
pervisors of Maricopa county, Arizona terri
tory, will receive sealed bids for twenty-five
thousand dollars of Maricopa county bonds
until the 4th day of June, 1894, at 10 o'clock a.
m. of that day. Said bonds are to run ten and
twenty years, payable in lawful money of the
United States ot America and bear interest at
the rate of six per centum per annum and be
issued in denominations of one thousand dol
lars. All bids to be addressed to Frank J. Peck,
clerk, at Phcenix, Arizona.
By order of the board of supervisors.
FRANK J. PECK, Clerk.
From Tucson to Tvogales.
M. Q. SAMANIEGO, PROP
LEAVES TUCSON at 6 a. m. on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays.
LEAVES NOGALEB at 6 a. m. on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays.
ThA fAatasf fltjLVA llnA In ftiA farrttnrw ClnnA
horses and careful driver.
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