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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1894.
5 ODDS AND ENDS. An Aggregation of Concise Local Intelligence. Republican Meeting; at Tempe Last ' Night Doings In Courts Hey wood Revised ' Letters. 1 Frank D. Willey, of Ash Fork, was yesterday appointed notary public. The meeting of the Republican club called for last night was adjourned un til next Friday night. All the residents of the Five Points neighborhood rejoice at the steady in crease of the grocery business of R. M. Dameron. , License to marry was issued yester day to Wm. Passey and Victoria John son. Both are members of prominent south side families'. The wife of Mr. M. S. LayBon died yesterday afternoon of consumption at 501 West Jefferson street. The funeral will take place at 4 o'clock today from the family residence. A. E. Hinton yesterday received a telegram from Lantry & Sons, north and south railroad contractors, order ing forty tons of hay to be delivered at the new camp at Box Canyon. Hurley's new meat market in the Gardiner block is under the experi enced management of R. J. Brown, who in the two days he has been in charge has secured a nattering trade. The Salt River and Grand canals are being cleaned. . The heavy deposit of silt and other debris which accumu lated during the late rush of waters has made the cleaning an extensive job. The third meeting of the Phoenix Racing association will be held at the Western Investment company's bank next Saturday evening at 7 o'clock. A full attendance of the members is re quested. Jose Sigora, Jose Maria and Juan Sanchez were in police court yesterday charged with a disturbance of the peace. Sigora was sent below for five days, Maria, three, and Sanchez was dibcharged. John E. Cocker, a former resident of Phoenix, has a position as artist on the Detroit, Michigan, News. He is also contributing a series of illustrated san guinary stories based on his residence in Phoenix and vicinity. The following transfers of real estate were yesterday entered for record : M. H. Sherman and wife to John Robert son, lot 20, block 3, Capitol addition, $225; James Buechler to R. Wilson, lie H, sec. 36 tp. 2 n., r. 3 e., $1,615. Work on the Agua Fria reservoir is shortly to be recommenced in earnest. Engineer Geo. Beardsley yesterday re ceived a telegram from the east direct ing that operations be resumed. He and Superintendent Allen left for the works. Geo. McDonald was arrested by Mar shal Molloy on a warrant charging him , with employing insulting language in addressing a Mrs. Lambert. Her hus band caused the warrant to be issued on Tuesday night. The hearing will take place at 9 o'clock this morning. Deputy United States Marshal Slank ard yesterday arrested Trinidad Arriola for a violation of the Edmund's act. His female partner in the offense, Cal alma Doe, will likely be locked up this morning. The parties are said to have been living together for seven years. Pedro Sotello was tried before Jus tice Johnstone yesterday on a charge of using vulgar language in the hearing of women and children. He was convicted and fined $28. He was arrested at the instance of Victorio Para, whose ar rest he had caused the day before on a charge of assault. The case of Chas. Prange, charged with an assault on Geo. Hamlin, was called up in Justice Johnstone's court yesterday morning. Hamlin's injuries were so serious that his physician sent a certificate that he was unable to ap pear. His. ankle was severely wrenched and his face and head were badly cut and contused and he was confined to his bed. The hearing was continued. Captain John Mullen yesterday loaded his wagons with supplies and will set out today for the ranges on the lower Gila. The annual rodeo will be gin there on October 1. He says that though the cattle in that region have been greatly reduced by several previ ous unfavorable seasons, there has been plenty of feed this season, and the herds are looking well. The Republican county campaign opened at Tempe last night, or rather it was a meeting of preparation for the campaign. It was held under the auspices of the Tempe Republican club. The speakers were Gov. Murphy, Jerry . Mulay, Perry Wildman, Chairman Mc Cord of the county central committee, Henry E. Kemp, A. E. Hinton, J. M. Damron of Phoenix and others. There were several attendants from Phoenix who went over by private conveyance Manuel Perez, one of a party of Mex icans arrested early yesterday morning by Night Marshal Wickham and Con stable tfayley, was before Justice Kin caid on a charge of carrying concealed weapons. He was convicted and fined $50, in default of which he was sent to jail for as many days. He wanted a respite long enough to sell a horse and apply the proceeds on the price of his foolishness. loose wanting to buy horses should call at the county jail. The case of Maria Orilmore for a deadly assault upon Lum Lee, a China man, was called in Justice Johnstone s court yesterday. The defendant had been in jail long enough to get sober so that she presented a strange and un usual appearance. Maria's first move was to suggest a jury trial. The justice had sent her to jail once before for a GOLDBERG BROS. From Floor to Ceiling our Shelves are .crowded wilh 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. lone neriod so that she naturally lacked confidence in his unaided judgment. The case will be tried at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Lots in Churchill's addition have been sold reeularlv during the dullest times to parties seeking locations for residences because they are situated so near the heart of the city that tneir occupants do not need any atreet car or carriage when they go to the stores, banxs, city or county offices, postomce or other business places. Car fare for a family who ride daily amounts to as much as the rent of a good house and this is saved to those who reside in the Churchill addition. Mr. Herbert Heywood, peripatetic journalist, .whose contributions to cur rent literature last spring met with strong adverse criticism in Arizona is at it again. His impressions of the terri tory at that time were umavoraDle ana he told the world what he thought about it. The same thing has happened to him that happens to every man who takes time to study and think seriously about Arizona. He is now furnishing the Boston Transcript and other east ern papers a series of syndicate letters in which he describes the territory as an Eldorado and a very desirable sec tion to liye in. HAIL FORMED. BY TORNADOES. The Result of Whirlwinds In the Atmos phere Far Above the Earth. The fact that hail is formed at an indefinite but, in most cases, a great height above the surface of the earth, and that it is commonly precipitated when storms are raging, has prevented any direct observation of the process of freezing the vapor of the atmosphere into ice pellets or large masses, and what has been decided regarding the phenomena of hailstorms is almost wholly the work of theory and logic. Nevertheless some points are pretty clearly established. In the first place, hail is the result, as a rule, of whirling or tornado-like storms. There may be no whirling on the surface of the earth but, according to the Cleveland Leader, it seems cer tain that in the higher regions of the air, where hail is formed, there is al ways an atmospheric disturbance re sembling what is commonly called a cyclone when it sweeps the ground. A curious indication of the soundness of this conclusion was to be noted the other afternoon, when the storm which wrought such havoc with skylights had passed by. Out over the lake there was a great mass of cloud, very high and dark, which had the form of an oval race track of enormous propor tions. It might easily have been fifty miles in length and two-thirds that distance in width. The formation of the cloud mass was noticeably such as might have resulted from the violent whirling around a moving center of the whole bulk of cloud vapor. The ap pearance of the sky was thoroughly in harmony with the accepted theory of the formation of hail. It is believed that the nucleus of a large hailstone is usually a bit of snow or snow-like ice, which falls from the snow strata, or level, above the rain level, into the lat ter, and is caught up with a cloud of raindrops and mists into the higher freezing regions of the atmosphere by the force of a whirlwind. The rain and water in the form of mist, which clings to the snow nucleus, or touches it as it is whirled swiftly up into the intense cold, freezes arpund it as clear and solid ice. BROWN GOT THEMONUMENT. And as He Had Been a Good Fellow, the ' Boys Said He Deserved It. At a little settlement on the . Indian river, Florida, before the railroad was built, lived a penniless, good hearted fellow of the name of John Brown. When Brown got any money he would divide it to the last cent with his friends among the boys, and of course the boys liked him. One day the boys found Brown dead in the woods. They dug him a grave, rolled, him in a horse blanket and let him down in it and then drank several botle of east coast bitters to his health and expressed the hope that whatever new climate he was in he would be healthy Some time later than that a stranger came among them. He died and, as the weather was too warm to ship his body off , he was buried next to Brown. A week or two passed and the relatives of the deceased stranger sent down money to erect a monument over the grave of the stranger. The boys took the thing in hand and discussed it pro and con. - They came to the conclusion that" ' Brown ' was . a "durned" sight better . fellow in every way than the stranger and more en titled" to a monument, so one night they went out and swapped the men from one grave to the other. As a re sult Brown, the ne'er-do-well Bohe mian and all around good fellow, sleeps beneath a handsome marble monument and the rich stranger lies in an un marked grave. SHARPS ON THE DEEP. Poker Players Who Swindle Ocean Trav elers. The Atlantic steamers are a fruitful field for the crooked poker players. Here is a specimen of the way this game is worked: A well-known New Yorker told the story; but stipulated that the name of the victim was to be suppressed. "A certain New York millionaire," he said, "who is known to be more or less susceptible to the blandishments of women, was crossing the Atlantic alone on a Cunarder. A lovely woman made his acquaintance, which, you know, is the easiest thing in the world on ship board. They became very friendly and she introduced him to her husband. I don't know whether he was really her husband, but he passed as such for that trip, at all events. "This 'husband' was one of the com placent sort. lie offered no objection when the millionaire flirted desperately with his 'wife.' "The millionaire, thinking it would pay him to stand in with the 'husband,' willingly acquiesced when a game of poker was suggested. Of course, the 'husband' had a few friends, who were also in the game. "Well, they used to play every night on that trip and a large part of the day. The susceptible millionaire dropped a pile of money how much I don't know but he paid very dearly for his sus ceptibility that trip." Irish Bulls. A recent number of London Truth has compiled the following specimens of Irish bulls: Irish Professor in Chem istry "The substance you see in this vial is the most deadly of all poisons. A single drop placed upon the tongue of a cat is enough to kill the strongest man." A lady, invited to a very re cherche musical party, had met with an accident to her front teeth which there was no time to repair. She said: "I will come, and as I dare not open my mouth, you must tell your friends I am deaf and dumb, but appreciate mu sic." A young lieutenant going out to India with his regiment, writing home about the country, says: "The climate is magnificent, but a lot of young fel lows come out here and drink and eat and ieat and drink, and die, and then write home and say it was the climate that did it." The Southern Pacific company is ar ranging for a limited train service be tween San Francisco and New Orleans and intermediate points. The train will probably leave both New Orleans and San Francisco on Wednesday of each week and be abont 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 given in advance so that parties may inform their eastern friends who are intending to visit the valley. Full information will be given hereafter. In case this train is suc cessful other trains will be put on. 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 eohem eral about the lots in Simms' addition. They are destined to be selected as the pleasant homes of the legitimately, suc cessful business men of Phoenix. Who shall say that substantial for tunes ill not be built up 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 Siinms' addition ? School slates and writing padB 5c and up. Novelty Store. At the Opera House. ' Miss Nelson on account of her large number of pupils has removed ber studio from the tiilson block to the opera house, where she will be every a ay alter Tuesday, Kept. 18, from 9 a m. to 6 p. m. Singing class meets every day. Wood for Sale. K. M. Dameron, the Five Points grocer, is now prepared to furnish all comers with wood for the winter at reasonable rates. Order early. Dr. D. M. Purman, diseases of women, "The Dairy" is synonymous with stood 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 the lead. - Dr. Price' 5 Cream Baking Powder Most Perfect Made. The new Lamson Academy and Busi ness college open Sept. 3. Boarders ac commodated. A gentle fresh milch cow for sale cheap. Inquire this office. Shoes. RAW SUGAR. People who eat it in this state have cause for congratulation, since CoDgress has made it free. We prefer ours well done; and sa 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 New York Life Insurance Company. 1 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 Oil. THE STAND AKD OIL CO., IS SELLING OUT I V '. In Job lots to the ' Phoenix Oil Co. What oil the people of, Phoenix are using daily. I am still furnishing those convenient faucet cans. Why don't you have one? They cost nothing extra. J. W. BENH M, 18 S..Center 8t-eet. A CARD invites inspection, and that s 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 yonr 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 us is correctly and conscientiously prepared. Besides drugs and medicines we also carry a complete line of toilet articles and per fumery. C. ESCHMAN & CO. Shoemaker, 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 ts the Irvine Stationer? Store. Restaurant. mil Mra. T. C. Thomas has opened the neatest and cleanest little restaurant in Phoenix, on Jefferson street between Center and FirBt. The patrons say the fare is better than they have had for a long time. Meals 25 cents ; Weeekly board $5.00 Arctic Xoe "Works. Half a Cent A Pound For fifty pounds and over, has been, is and will be the I K for ice. Our ice is Frozen Solid, Lasts and Is Clear. F.MTisroii. BOONE LEWIS