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THE ARIZONA EEPUBL1CAN s TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1894.
3 NEARLY A STANDOFF. A Claim Wholly Absorbed by a Counterclaim. The Rehabilitated Bones of a Dead Horse Dragged Into Court and Given a Value of S60. An inquisition into the mvsterious disappearance of a jackasa and a stal lion was. had yesterday at that de servedly popular resort of justice con ducted by Col. (J. W. Johnstone on Wall street. The disappearance in the case of neither animal was sud den, but occurred by a process as gradual as the fading away of the hues oi a rainbow or the hlmy snownake on the river's tide. They simply melted out oi existence. The title of the proceeding was M& (iinn vs. Linville, originally instituted to recover the price of a lack- ass so Id nearly a year ago by the plain tiff to the defendant. Iu the form of a c rossbill the defendant set up a counter grievance antedating that of the plain tiff bv some two vears. The cauBe was set for trial more than a week ago but on account of the ad sence of material witneses was con tinued until yesterday. The plaintiff appeared in nis own Denail and the de fendant was represented by Judge Buck. Although without any personal ex perience in legal matters Mr. McGinn's manner of conducting the case, both in the examination of witnesses and in his presentation of the facts to the jury was BKimui. remaps greater latitude was shown him than would have been granted a regular practitioner; at any rate he succeeded in getting consid erable irrelevant, but really effective evidence before the jury. The plaintiff made a statement of hie case and was submitted to a close cross examination, in which he appeared to advantage. He had no othex witnesses but had unfortunately depended to make his case complete upon other witnesses whom he expec ted the other side to summon but who were suspiciously absent. For the defendant, there were beside himself, his brother and another young man named Tompkinson in whose arms the stallion at issue expired ; who as owner had seen him breathe his ill spent Hie away. The jackass or "jackus" aB the gene ric name of the animal was pronounced during the inquisition had according to the plaintiff 'a statement been sold to the latter at his earnest solicitation. After a time Linville found ha was unable to Day for it and gave the plain tiff a verbal order for its possession upon the man at whose pasture it was installed. This man had sold his ranch but gave the plaintiff a written order upon the then owner. The order con cerning which 6 profound legal ques tion arose was a ejtt of negotiable affair, a sight draft upon the addres see for the delivery of the "jackus" to the plaintiff or bearer. The defense contended that this order should con stitute a discharge of the claim upon the defendant. At any rate before the holder of the order got action upon it the ''jackus" it had disappeared and if any man has since seen it he has concealed his discovery from the public. The testimony of the defendant does not differ materially except on one point; that is, ne was not anxious to buy a "jackus" very badly; the plain tiff parted with it voluntarily in con sideration, the witness said of the ap plication of its value u pon a previous deal hereinafter explained. Mr. McGinn's opening of the cross examination boded no good for the wit ness. "Do you understand the penalty for violating an oath?" asked he. He succeeded in rattling the defendant and increased his confusion by admonishing him to "face the jury, catching him up in dates and tripping him np on the succession of the months to such an ex tent that the month of Manch was dropped entirely out of the Gregorian calendar. Other witnassea were more leniently treated and were asked by the cross examiner to take care not to fall by mistake into even the appearance of perjury. He would, he Baid, rather loose a regiment of jackasses than that a witness for the defense should be driven to make a misstatement unin tentionally. The testimony in the case was natur ally divided into two classes, that relating to ihe "jackus" and that bear ing upon the stallion. In the former the plaintiff had plainly the best of it. The history of the stallion was nolesB shoes. To be Absolutely Given Away. How it Will Bo Done. Wo have had made for us a num ber of keys one of which will un lock the heavy plate glass and metal money box now in exhib ition in our Bhow window. We have placed in this box $25 in gold 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 free. How To Get a Key. 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. CHANDLER SHOE CO. IN GOLD wierd and extraordinary than that of the "jackus" which according to Judge Buck was variously a "burro" and a "mewl," The judge is evidently not a good ornithologist. The stallion was an animal of aliases. In Kentucky he was known as Norfolk. Like many two-footed residents of the territory he had found it convenient to change his name and rejoiced during his residence in the Salt River valley in the cognomen of Bay Billy. Such incidents of his career have cropped out during the trial were as follows : As the sequence of a long life of shame he had been afflicted by a name less disease which was believed by Mr. Linville, the owner, to be incurable. Most of the veterinaiy surgeons in the valley had given the case up as hope less. An arrangement concerning the terms, of which there is a difference of testimony,was entered into between the plaintiff and the defendant under which the plaintiff took charge of the dissipated old charger and began treating him. The result was only serai-satisfactory. The more virulent symptoms of the disorder, it is true, were removed. For instance an old extensive and sickening sore was so nearly healed that as the testimony showed, "it wasn't as big as a half dollar; well, somewhere between a half dollar and two bits ;" probably, in fact, if the facts had been sufficiently developed, the unhealed sore would have been shown to be about the size of thirty-five or forty cents. Even this reminiscence of the disease finally passed away, but during the procesB of the cure such a sweeping structural change had occurred that Norfolk was practically valueless. He was traded to Mr. Tompkinson, in whose posses sion he died, for a gray mare. The gray mare was exchanged for a mare and colt and some Indians appearing on the scene proved ownership of the mare and colt. "Sic transerunt equus et asinus," which means, "That's the way Norfolk and the jackass passed over the range." The defendant's cross bill is based on an alleged agreement under which he was to receive $30 as the proceeds of the experiment upon the Btallion. The arguments were lengthy and con sisted largely of repartee in which Mr. McGinn established a superiority. Re torting to a statement by Judge Buck that the defense had been extremely liberal to the plaintiff in the matter of admitting his testimony, Mr. McGinn replied: "Your liberality is of the kind that kills a hog every year and gives the ears and bristles for the relief of poverty." The jury gave the defendant $1. The verdict seems inconsistent with the evidence. The plaintiff ought cer tainly to have received the amount sued for or else he should have been decreed to pay the whole claim of the defendant. As it is the claims of both or neither party have been recognized. The Seventh Day Adventist Church The Seventh Day Adventists of Phoe nix are considering the matter of build ing a church. The membership is about thirty and it received a great im petus during the recent ministration of Elder Bartlett. One of the leading members of the church here is Frof. U. D. M. William, professor of Natural Science at Healdsburg college, Healds burg, Cal. During several months of the year he lives with his family on a pleasant farm a short distance east of this city. He is expected here soon so definite action as to the new church will not be taken until he comes. ( Inspire Courage. For more than thirty years Allcock's Porous Plasters have been doing their beneficent work, relieving pain, inspir ing men, women and children with new hope and new courage. l'ain is a great discourager. When all the muscles are sore, it is hard to keep up hope. Allcock's Porous Piasters and pain have no affinity for each other, one or the other must yield, and pain is the one to be defeated. Placed high up between the shoulder blades and on the cheBt they are a sure cure for coughs ; on the pit of the stomach they relieve indigestion ; over the muscles they relieve strains and stiffness. Wherever there is soreness, they soothe and cure. Brandreth's Pills do not injure the system. How to Get Rich. Somebody asked Ben Butler once how he got hie start in life and laid the foundation of his immense fortune. His reply was that he made his first successful venture in real estate ; by investing judiciously in land and in curring an indebtedness. to meet which when due, made it necessary to strain every nerve and save at every step. The opportunity is open to every man in Phoenix to purchase a lot in the beautiful Simms addition where values are bound to Bteadily increase and where the foundation for a handsome home as well as of a substantial fortune may be surely laid. The time is now. Harper's Weekly. Perhaps the shortest of short stories is a cartoon ; for, at a glance, and some times without a single word, it must truly characterize all the people it de picts and make sure that you ' do not mies the moral. The political story of a week or of a month iB told in the car toons that from time to time Btand upon the first page of Harper's Weekly. Electric Fans. The East End Electric works are now prepared to make contracts for fan ser vice for the coming eeHSon commencing Mayl, 1894, on the only reliable, safe and satisfactory svatem 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. Harper's Bazar. Among the features of Harper's Bazar for June will be the "Story of a Garden," told in letters by Elizabeth BiBland Wetmore, a new series of "Coffee and Repartee" papers, by John Kendrick Bangs, and letters from Paris, giving the fashions and gossip of that capital. Notice. The firm of Babbitt & Calvin has this day been dissolved, Mr. S. H. Babbitt having sold his interest in the business to J. W. Calvin, who assumes all in debtedness and will collect all bills due said firm of Babbitt & Calvin. S. H. Babbitt. J, W. Calvin. Harper's Magazine. Harper's Magazine for June contains eighty-four pictures. Few books have so many. But the charm of these pictures is not in their number ; it is in their beauty and variety, as well as their appropriateness to tne text. 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. Excursion Rates. On and after May 20th the Phoenix City Railway company will sell excur sion tickets for 10 cents, good for two consecutive round trips on Monday and Tuesday of each week. This will give you one hour and a half's ride, covering fourteen miles for 10 cents. 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." . 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. Furnished House for Rent For the summer, a nicely furnished house of five rooms and bath, located in best part of city. Address M, care Republican. H. Mac Davenport has taken charge of the Phoenix Light and Power com pany's works, vice H. Ohnick, who has resigned. All complaints should be made to him at the office, room 17, Na tional Bank of Arizona building. For Rent Three large, nicely fur nished rooms (parlor, dining room and kitchen), with large screen porch and bath room ; brick house, convenient to poet office ; terms reasonable. Address "B," Republican office. Having determined to spend the sum mer in Lob Angeles I have arranged with Dr. D. M. I'urman, late of Indian apolis, Ind., to attend to my practice until my return. W. H. Wabd, M. D. 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. Fan service for the hot months will be furnished by tha Phoenix Light and Power company to customers as in the past. Apply to H. Mac Davenport, room 17, National Bank of Arizona building. . For Rent. Two nicely furnished rooms single or en suite. Good location, cool, brick bouse, 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. Send us 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 re sources. Dr. Stroud, eye, ear, nose and throat. Dr. Ancil Martin, eye, ear, nose, throat and general surgery. Ladies' muBlin underwear at greatly reduced prices at the Red Corner Store. Tha Red Corner Store sells summer silks from 30 cents a yard and op. 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Tuttle medical director ana treasurer besides a corps of representatives in the field, assures for this Arizona's enter prise success. TiB well worthy of confidence and patronage and vou will do yourself and child injustice and if will be a neat overlook if you do not at once look into its merits and get j mi iu uumors oi ira solicitors or orace. 10 SOUTH CENTER ST., PHCENIX, : : ARIZONA Barber wnoji. The Fashion Barber Shop. FRANK SHIRLEY, Proprietor. LADIE8' WORK DONE AT THE 8HOP OR RE8IDENOE NEATEST BATH ROOMS IN THE OITY OPP08ITE THE OPERA HOU8E. BDTTER 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 make 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 shonld dossess this secret. I will send the receipt for SO cents in money, postal note or stamps. You can maze eigntpounasoi ratter irom one gal lon of milk. 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Address THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO., 19 Spruce Street, New York City. For sale by Dr. Keefer, Opera House Drug Store, Fhotnix, Arizona. JLruiis. Lund the Druggist Cor. Washington and Third Sts., Phognix, Ariz. NEW STORE, FRESH DRUGS. PBJRSCBJTWJONS a SPECIALTY. Talbot&Hubbards Ballroaas. SOLID Through Trains From KANSAS CITY AND ST. JOSEPB TO ST. LOUIS CHICAGO, OMAHA, PEORIA, ST. PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS. WITH Dining Cars, Vestibuled Drawing Boom Sleep ing Cars, Beclining Chair Cars (Seats Free. ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CAES TO Atlantic Coast ! THE BEST LINE FOB New York, Boston, ,on Pittsburgh, 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 T Short line to NEW ORLEANS. KANSAS CITY, CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, NXW YORK and WASHINGTON. Favorite line to tha north, east and southeast. FULL KAN BUFFET SLEEPING CABS and solid trains from XI Paso to tillu, Firt Worth, New Orleans, lemphii ui St Lout, FA8T TIME AND SURE CONNECTIONS. See that vour tickets read Tatri nrt Pacific Railway. For maps, time tables, tioket rates and all required information, call on or address any of the ticket agents. B. F. DARBYSH1RE, Gen. Agt El Paso, Texas GASTON MESLIER, 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 Boute." LIBERAL MANAGEMENT, SUPERIOR FACILITIES, PICTURESQUE SCENERY, EXCELLENT ACCOMODATIONS. The Grand Canon of the Colorado, the most sublime of Nature's work on the Earth, inde scribable, can easily be reached via Flagstaff, Williams or Peach Springs on this road. To the Natural Bridge of Arizona and Montezuma's well you can journey most directly by this line. Observe the Ancient Indian Civilization of La guna, or of Acoma, "The City of the Sky," Visit the Petrified Forest near Carrizo. See and marvel at the freak of Canon Diablo. Take a hunting trip in the magnificent pine forests of the San Francisco Mountains. Find interest in the ruins of the pre-historic Cave and Cliff Dwellers. View the longest Cantilever bridge in America across the Colorado River. T. R. Gabel, General Superintendent, Albu querque, New Mexico. W. A. Bibssll, General Passenger Agent, San FranciBCO, Cal and Al buquerque, New Mexico. H. 8. Van Sltck, General Agent, Albuquerque. N. M 1 SHOhTIST Q.UICKtST 94 MILES rtOIW" J-T,XI I SHORTEST Tl wmuikjvrtffljm Orleans Queen & Crescent AND EAST TENS., VR.&GR. RYS. SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS. Hew Orleans to Ciieiiuti, 94 Miles Shortest Making Direct Connections For All Points north and east. OVFullman Palace Cars through without change via Chattanooga to New York. Only one change of cars to the principal points in Georgia Virginia, worth ana Boutn Carolina ana Atlan tic States. rtg-Tici:et offioe, 91 St. Charles Street, New OrTesns.La. 7. JONES, T. P. A., Dallas. Tii as Southern Pacific Co. (PACIFIC SYSTEM.) Commencing Feb. 25, 1894, trains will leave Maricopa as follows; 9.Qfi p- M- DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOR .fill Tucson, Benson, LordsburghDemine. El Paso and intermediate stations. 2. A f A. M. DAILY PACIFIC XX .3 PRESS for points in California, Nevada, Oregon and Washington. U.K( P. M. DAILY, ATLANTIC EX JU press for Tucson, Benson, Demlng El Paso, San Antonio, Houston and New Orleans 4. Oft P.M. DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOB ,OU Gila Bend and intermediate stations. X. 11. UUUllMAfl, Gen. Pan. Agent RICHARD GRAY, Geo. Traffic Manager. Ban FrancUoo. usl lilS) Mtaue lilnes. Florence and Casa Grande Stage. Btage leaves Casa Grande at 7 a. m each morning, arrives at Florence at 11:80 a, m. Returning leaves Florence at 1:80 p. m., ar rive at Casa Grande at 6p. m. . Makesconnection at Florence with stage for Globe. This line is fifty mile nearer Globs than any other line. - .. t-.- ? ti y DREW, STEVENS & CO, Proprietors. Phoenix & Prescott Stage Line For Phesoott, via blaok Oanvon: Leave Phoenix, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day at 7 a. m. Arrive, Sunday, Wednesday and Friday at 9 a. m. Fare, $12.60. Fifty pound of baggage free; excess, 6 cent per pound. 4 M forhasMtt, fit Ysltro ui Coirrai: - Leave Phoenix, Monday, Wednesday and Fri day at 7 a. m. Arrive, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 5 p. m. Fare, 115. Fifty pounds oi baggage free; excess, 1 cents per pouna. W Office with Wells, Fargo A Co. 6-tl O. W. GBKKNLXA1', Aga. FLORENCE and GLOBE STAGE LINE ' - . - v Carrying United States Mail and the Express, y J Stage leaves Florence daily for Riverside and Globe at 7 o'clock p. m. ; stops all night at Riverside and arrives at Globe at 5 o'clock p. m.; returning, leaves Globe at 8 o'clock a. m arrives at Florence at 1 a. m. Good accommo dations on the road, improved line, good stock and comfortable stages, four-horse coach every other day. W. E. Guild, agent, Florence. l. F. KellnerA Co.. agents, Globe. -. i' EUGENE MIDDLETON, Prop. . Florence and Globe Stage Line CABBYIHeU.S. Mail and kWlllI, FABM Exraass. TAGE LEAVES FLORENCE DAILY FOR Riverside and Globe at 7 o'clock, r. M -atona all night at Riverside and arrives at Globe at 6 o'clock, F. m.; returning, leave Globs at 8 o'clock a. v.. arrives at Florence at 1 o'clock A. M. Good accomodation on the road, im proved Una, good stock and comfortable stages, tour-horse coach every other day. W. X. GUILD, Agent, Florence. E. F. KELLNKR A CO., Agents, Globe. EUGENI MIDDLETON, Proprietor. Ho for White Hills Mining Camp ! Tri-Weekly Stage Line. Through In one day; g-passenger, 4-hors thoroughbrace wagon; change horse at C roes' ranch and at Mountain Springs: leave King man Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 7:80 a. m., and arrives at camp at 7 p. m. same day. Leaves White Hills Camp Tussday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m., and arrives at King man at 6 p. m. same day. Fare, 7; freightSc. Shortest and most direct route to the Hew White Hills mining camp. Stags office at store the W. H. Taggart Mercantile company. Extra conveyances on application. CROSS CO., Prop's, Xing man, Aril. MESA AND GOLDFIELD STAGE LINE. W. A. KIMBALL. Prop. Leaves Mesa every day except Sunday at 1 P- m. Arrives at Goldfield at 5 p. m. Leaves Goldfield every day except Monday at 6 a. m. Arrives at Mesa at 9:45 a. m. NEW COACHES, GOOD STOCK, Carries passengers, packages and accomoda tfon mail. This Btage carries The Arizona Republican, the only daily paper that reaches the camp the same day published and contains the . latest news and Associated Press dispatches. - . For advertising and news get The Arizona Re publican. LAYTON'S STAGE LINE. CARRYING THE U.S. MAIL TBOH BOWIE STATION, VIA SOLOMONYILLE, TO FORT THOMAS AD GLOBE. A Daily line of Stages running between the above points, connecting at Solomonville with stage line for Clifton, Dpper Gila, and at Bowie Station with the Southern Pacifio railroad. New Coaches, Splendid Teams, Fast Tlmei Special teams on hand all the time for the ao commodation of drummers and families. The Best Equipped Stage Line in Ariiona. O. 1AYTOW, ": Proprietor Phoenix & Globe Stage Line and Transfer Co. Carries passengers and express from Phoenix to Globe in 20 hours' travel, all daylight. Stages leave Phoenix Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays. Stages leave Globe Tuesdaja, Thursdays and Saturdays. - ; L've Phoenix 7 a. m. Leave Globe 7 a.W. L've Tempe 8:30 a. m, L've Silver King 6 a. m. L've Mesa 9;30 a. m. L've Mesa 2:30 p. m. L've Pinal 7 p. m. L've Tempe 3:30 p. m. L've Silver King 7. a. m. - - - Phcenix and Globe Stage and Transfer Co. Frank Miller, Supt. Mesa, Arizona. Office at Mesa Fruit Store. STAGE LINE From Tncson to Nogales, M. G. SAMANI EGO, PROP LEAVES TUCSON at 6 a. m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. LEAVES NOGALES at 6 a. m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. The fastest atage line in the territory. Good horses and careful driver. Notice to Architects. Architects are invited to submit plans for a new jail to be built in connection with the court house at Phoenix, to cost about 120,000. Said plans muBt be accompanied by an esti mate ot 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 Supervisor. First publication May 11. Notice of Sale of County Bonds. 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 bond 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 Phoenix, Arizona. By order of the board of supervisor. FRANK J. PICK, Clerk,