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THE ARIZONA MEPUBLlCAiN: TUESDAY MORN lis G, SEPTEMBER 18, 1894.
5 GOLDBERG BROS. From Floor to Ceiling our Shelves are crowded with New Goods. Beneath mountains of New Men's Clothing do our tables groan. PIONEERS OF POPULAR PRICES Remember our Free Em ployment Office. GOLDBERG BROS. VERTEBRATES. Disconnected Items of Local Affairs. Incidents of Police, ' Justices and : Other Courts A Davliarht Hold upSunday's Foot Ball Came. Aaron Goldberg and family were among the arrivals on Sunday morn ing's train. M. E. Hurley went Sunday night to Los Angeles, taking 106 steers in four cars and a car of hogs. Goldberg Bros, yesterday received two gold nuggets from the new find on the Uassayampa lately mentioned in The Republican. License to marry was issued yester day to Alexander Hunsaker and Henri etta S. Standage. Both are prominent young people of the south side. The diploma of Dr. Wm. Geo. Gras ser, from Rush Medical college, Chi cago, was filed at the recorder's office yesterday. The following appointments were made yesterday from the governor's of fice: H. W. McKean, Yuma, and Jesse M. Smith, Snowflake, notaries public. Dan Cannon yesterday filed a peti tion as required by law and will be an independent candidate for constable. This makes seven candidates for con stable from Phoenix precinct. D. Battin has reopened the Commer cial Cafe. Mr. Battin made a great success of the cafe when he ran it be fore, and his former patrons will be de lighted to see him at the old stand again. Superintendent Fratt of the street car line, says that the Phoenix road car ries in proportion to population a third more passengers than that of any other city scheduled in a long statistical re port. But few of the delegates returned last night, a large majority prefering to re main over for the ratification. Among those who went were Judge T. D. Sat terwhite to Tucson and Sam Purdy to Yuma. A new and illustrated edition of "The Heavenly Twins" is about to be put upon the market in Phoenix. Pho tographic views of the twins in the at titude of prize fighters illumine the title page. The board of supervisors held a regu lar weekly meeting yesterday. The session was chiefly taken up with the preparation of the duplicate assess ment roll. M. Wormser was appointed supervisor of road district No. 15. The initial foot ball game at the Park on Sunday was well attended and the game itself was a good one considering the fact that the elevens were without recent practice and the players were unused to one anotnera work. A business meeting of the Epworth league of the Washington street M. E. church is called for this evening at the church. All members of the league are earnestly requested to be present as business of importance will ba consid ered. The trial of R. E. Farrington for an assault upon Justice Kincaid last Fri day night took place yesterday morning before J ustice Johnstone, ine defen dant plead guilty and expressed sincere regret for the hastiness of temper which had impelled him. He was fined $20. At Herndon's humorous allusion to Governor Murphy's bav window and his winning way, no one's laugh was louder or heartier than the familiar ripple of Governor Murphy himself, as it lingeringly floated over the conven tion. Superintendent Morgan of the Har- cnvar Mining company, returned from California on Sunday accompanied by his daughters, Ratie and Ethel. Their mother and sisters who have been spending the summer in Wales will shortly return to Phoenix. Dr. Hughes carved one of Dr. Reefer's fingers yesterday noon, annihilating a felon. The operation, as well as the periods previous and subsequent to it, were exceedingly painful. Dr. Keefer has by a curious exertion of will power been even more affable than usual. In an article in The Republican on Sunday morning containing a list of buildings recently erected was mentioned that of K. a. iaulkner. Its place in the list led to a misappre hension as to the supervising architect who by the way was Architect Heinlein. Victoria Para was fined in Justice Johnstone's court yesterday for an assault upon Jredro bortello. The assault was committed south of the river and consisted of gashing Sortello's face with a broken plate during a picnic dinner at the celebration. Para is a Phoenix blacksmith. The following transfers of real estate were yesterday entered for record : The Orchard Grove Investment company to J. C. C. H. Boon, lots 29 and 31, Orchard Grove : Henry Ward Davis to W. H. Armstrong, Jr., the south half of lots 9 and 10 in block 13, Neahr's addi tion. In a letter received at The Republi can office from Mr. Franklin Hall, who is now in Philadelphia, he writes "Look for a Republican majority in Pennsylvania in November of 350,000. Anything less will make us feel that Pennsylvania has failed to do her duty." Alberto Lopez was arrested yesterday evening by Officer Porterie on com plaint of Carmen Morales who said that he came to her house on Sunday night, drunk and abusive and con ducted himself in such a manner as to terrorize the community. He will ex plain to Justice Kincaid this morning that it was onlv an incident of the Mexican celebration. The Republican campaign in Mari copa county will be opened at Tempe tomorrow night. .Lnlhusiastic Tempe Republicans are making elaborate pre parations for it. The speakers will be Gen. Sampson, Jerry Millay and M. H. McCord. W. L. Van Horn of Tempe, will be in town today to make arrange ments with the Maricopa & Phoenix for special service and rates for that night. O. L. Sturtevant returned from a trip to Colorado Sunday morning. He visited twenty towns and traveled a thousand miles in that state and says that there is more building and life in Phoenix than in all the places he visited combined. He went to satisfy himself of the comparative desirability of Phoe nix as a place of permanent residence and is now without doubts. Mrs. Irene Ursula Brizzee yesterdav beean suit for a divorce from her hus band John Brizzee. The plaintiff is a resident of Goldfield. The parties were married in June. Ia9z. lhe petition alleges failure to provide and incident ally states that the respondent is profligate and dissipated. The custody of their baby is asked for. The first thing that met the gaze of J. W. Dorris when he came down street on Sunday morning was a vacancy on the sidewalk in tront oi ms place ot business where a large cook stove stood the night before. His soul was filled with admiration for the enterprise of the thief who had carried it off and he wondered if it would have made anv difference if there had been a fire in it. He subsequently learned that a couple of the Trask-Kessler company's clerks had added it to the stock of groceries of that firm. Thomas West was picked up bv As sistant Marshal Wickham on Saturday night in what the officer believed to be a state of helpless drunkenness. Among his personal belongings was a six shooter which was made the basis of another charge against him. Yesterday morning in police court he said that before the officer found him he had ap plied for admission to the jail. He is believed to be insane trom the excessive use of opium. Pending a further in vestigation of his case he is held in custody. There was a hold-ap in broad day light on Washington street opposite the Gardiner block yesterday. A small colored boy was "coming down street on an errand to a grocery store. He was met bv a man who observed that he had some money in his hand and grabbed it. He got fifty cents and started away, the boy in pursuit mak ing a clamorous demand for the money. When they reached the southern part of the city the man turned and picking up a stone discouraged bis young pur suer. The boy hurried to Wall street and got an officer, but they were unable to find the thief. The trial of the case of Barney Grant against J. J. Casey to recover rages was tried m Justice Johnstone's court yesterday. The defense was that there was.a contract between the parties dv which the plaintiff was to work one month and that he violated the contract bv quitting before the end of the time, A counter claim was also introduced tor damage to the defendant's property growing out of the defendant's violation of the contract. The court decided that the defendant's negligence had been contributory to whatever damage had been sustained and that the evidence did not show that there had been a con' tract at all. A judgment was rendered against the defendant. There is no fairer man in America than Recorder Schwartz and there is no more patriotic man. It is a rule of his that no man shall be fined for drunkenness in -his court on the day after the Fourth of July or Decoration Day. He recognizes .that that is the way some people give ., expression to patriotic sentiment. - Yesterday Dolores lores was up for drunkenness. The day before was neither Fourth of July nor Decoration Day, but it was La Inde pendence of the Mexicans. The re corder liberally held that a Mexican had a right to get drunk under such patriotic surroundings and he diS' charged him. ; ' The Southern Pacific companv is ar ranging for a limited train service be tween San Francisco and New Orleans and intermediate 'points. The train will probably leave both JNew Orleans and San Francisco on Wednesday of each week and be about seventy-seven to eighty hours between terminals Fare and sleeping car expenses will be the same as on regular passenger trains. This arrangement is made to facilitate the movement of passengers from the east this winter and this in formation is giyec in advance bo that parties may inform their eastern friends who are intending to visit the valley. Full information will be given hereafter. A Wonderful Violin. David Johnson, of Alliance, O., has in his possesion probably the oldest vio lin in America. The instrument has been a family relic for many years, having1 been the property of Johnson's father, Ellis N. Johnson, ' the centen arian who died a few years ago. The riolin is a very handsome piece of woodwork, the run aaround it having been cut from thick wood and richly carved. On the stem is carved a bust af one of the old-time masters. On the back, in inlaid work, is a design repre senting one of the ancient towns of Italy, while the keys are mounted with pearls. The instrument has a very rich, deep tone, but cannot be tuned to any of the violins now manu factured. It is almost an exact coun terpart of the famous Mojetta violin, and has been handled by some of the finest musicians of the land. Around the edge is a Latin inscription signify ing: "Whilst living I was in the woods for God, but dying I passed away into a sweet death." The exact age of the violin is not known, but exceeds two centuries and possibly four. The Superstitions People of Calcutta, The grossest superstition exists in Calcutta. Recently an Indian had a live goat flung down from his two-story house in accordance with the directions of a so-called magician , who was called in to cast out a devil with which a sor was supposed to be possessed. The poor brute was first fed with a few bamboo leaves over which the wizard mumbled some mantras and it was then pushed over the terrace. The animal was killed and its flesh was distributed to the poor. Congress Should Take Action. That the subject of good roads is important enough to be considered by congress, and in a broad and liberal way, there can be no doubt' Before the advent of railroads it was a com mon saying that a country's civiliza tion might be measured by its roads. If such were the case now, the United States would be far down in the scale. Philadelphia Call. Good Work Done by Wheelmen. I consider the bicycle one of the leading factors in solving the prob lems of good roads, as every wheelman not only knows a good road, but knows where they are to be found, and will use his influence to secure them in his vicinity. B. R. Felton, City Engineer, Marlboro. Mass. A simple way to remember the dif ference between the Virginia creeper and the poison ivy is this: If the vine has five leaves, corresponding to the five fingers of your hand, you may handle it; if it has only three leaves, you may not handle it. Increasing Interest. There is no doubt that a great revival of interest in real estate matters is at hand. It steals upon us unawares like a thief or sweet slumber in the night, or a fit of intoxication, and before we know it we are in the midst of a boom. Happy then are they who know when and how to unload. There is nothing transitory or ephem eral about the lots in Simms' addition. They are destined to be selected as the pleasant homes of the legitimatelv, suc cessful business men of Phoenix. Who shall say that substantial for tunes jrill not be built np in this valley with its unequalled facilities for stock raising and town supporting? Where can a more ideal spot be found for a residence than the Simms' addition? School slates and writing pads 5c and up. Novelty stobb. At the Opera House. Miss Nelson on account of her large number of pupils has removed her studio from the Gilson block to the opera house, where she will be every day alter ruesdav, sept. 18, from 9 a, m. to b p. m. Singing class meets everv day. Wood for Sale. R. M. Dameron, the Five Points grocer, is now prepared to furniBh all comers with wood for the winter at reasonable rates. Order early. Dr. D.M. Purman, diseases of women, Riddle & Gray have $800 to loan on real estate. Dr. Ancil Martin, eye, ear. nose, throat and general surgery. Dr. Stroud, eye, ear, nose and throat. "The Dairy" is synonymous with crood cooking, polite attention and the best pastry in the city. Hard work and a desire to please has placed us where we are, and where we intend to stay in tne lead. Men's handsewed calf shoes. $3.75: kangaroo, fo.zo. flew lall stvles in millinery at Racket Store. Rnbscribs for Ttiic Ripnmmv Tlo livered in any part of the city for only zo cents a wees. Parties desirine lots in t.hn tieantiFnl eimms addition snould apply to J.T Simms. Office Room 5? Mnnihnn hnilH ing, from 10 to 12 and 1 to 3 o'clock. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Most Perfect Made. The new LamRnn Anadamv anil Ttn.i. ness college open Sept. 3. Boarders ac commodated. A gentle fresh milnh cneap. inquire this office. Snoes. RAW SUGAR. People who eat it in this state have cause for congratulation, since Congress has made it free. We prefer ours well done; and so with our shoes, in the man ufacture of which the smallest deta i 1 s are attended to, insuring the perfection for which our shoes are noted. See them and you'll ex claim, 'Well done, good and faithful servant." H. L Chandler Shoe Company. Insurance. The Sew M life Insurance Company. General Managers For Arizona. Rooms 5 and 6 Fleming Block Money Loaned on Policies at 5 per cent per annum. , Call and see us if you want . To Place a Gilt-Edged Loan A CARD invites inspection, and that a especially the case with our card which tells you the proper place to purchase drugs and medicines."' They are the preservers of health, and what effects your health is of vital moment: Never be indifferent about your medicines, but be sure that they are carefully compounded by com petent pharmacists. All our drugs are pure, fresh, and potent, and every pre scription compounded by ns is correctly and conscientiously prepared. Besides drugs and medicines we also carry a complete line of toilet articles and per fumerv. ' C. ESCHMAN & CO. HnoemaJcer. WM. LIMBROCK, practical BOOT AND SHOEMAKER Has opened a shop on Washington street next to the Irvine Stationery Store. Boots and Shoes made to order and all work left will be neatly and promptly done at reasonable prices. Washington Street, Next to the Irvine Stationery Store, Restaurant. RESTAURANT Mrs. T. C. Thomas has opened the neatest and cleanest little restaurant in Phoenix, on Jefferson street between Center and First. The patrons say the fare iB better than they have had for a long time. Meals 25 cents; Weeekly beard $5.00 Navajo Blankets. And the first thing you know they will all be These are selling just as fast as the first lot did and you haven't been around yet. Try them. They are such bargains, "Yon know' My silverware is nearly all gone, so don't ask for it. Blankets and rugs a specialty, now. Phoenix Oil Co.,- 28 S. Center Si. Arctic Ice AVorltw. Half a Cent A Pound For fifty pounds and. over, has been, is and will be the for ice. Our ice is Frozen Solid, Lasts and Is Clear. P. mtistcxr. BOONE" 4 LEWIS Going! Going' ITIIIIM I I