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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1894.
5 HERE AND THERE. Yesterday's Contribution of Minor Matters. TheGllmore Case Indefinitely Con tinued Goings and Comings of Weil Known Persons. Ben Dorris arrived yesterday morn ing from a sojourn in California. The ruBh for Clay Leonard's ice cream Boda is not lessened by the ad vancing season. Iaidor Melczer will entertain some of his young friends at home in the Simras addition tomorrow afternoon. It is his ninth birthday. Mrs. A. M. Lee will give a childrens' party this afternoon in honor of the third birthday of her daughter Gladys, whis occurs tomorrow. The Xaw and Order league met last night. Ten new members were en rolled. The next meeting will be in Gardiner's hall next Friday night. There will be a game of base ball this afternoon at the Indian school be tween a club of boys from town and one composed of attendants at the school. Dan Cannon, Independent candidate for constable, filed with the board of supervisors a certificate of candidacy signed by twenty -one electors of the precinct. The adjourned meeting of the Repub ican club was held at the city hall last night. The work consisted of the be ginning of earnest preparation for a humming campaign. The face of C. D. Thompson, a polite and accommodating young man re cently from forty miles east of Cincin nati. 0., is a new one behind the counter at the Commercial hotel. Robert Rinehart bought yesterday the interest of Thomas Holliday in the Monition news stand. He will have some needed improvements made and considerably increase his stock of news and periodicals. Trinidad Arriola was before Justice Johnstone yesterday on a charge of car rying concealed weaponB. He was con victed and fined $50 in default of which be entered upon a fifty-day sentence to the county jail. The rooms and windows of the high school are being cleaned and prepared for the occupancy of the scholars next Monday. Professor Wollam expects a greatly increased attendance in all the schools from the opening. Walter Beattie. photographic artist, has ordered a couple of large tents for his winter's business, which will be furnished with every convenience of a modern studib. He will be assisted by one of the best retouchers that can be found in Los Angeles or San Francisco. At the telegrapGic request of the managers of the Harcuvar company, L. W. Morgan will leave, tonight for Mill Creek near Denver, Col., to ex amine a couple of mineral properties. He will also meet Mrs. Morgan and daughter who are on their way here from Wales. The case of Maria Gil more concern ing which a jury disagreed the night before, was indefinitely continued in Justice Johnstone's court yesterday. The time to which it is continued will depend upon the period of Mrs. Gil more's good behavior so that an early retrial is predicted in judicial circles. The following transfers of real estate were yesterday entered for record: John W. Whitcomb swj sec 26, twp. 1 n., r. 1 e, $650; Chas. Goldman and wife to A. G. Williams, lot 6, block 4, Churchill's addition, $500; Thos. R. Stewart to Thos. Armstrong, Jr., n ewJ4 and sw sw, sec. 13, twp. n. r. 3 e, $4,847.40. With the usual enterprise of the firm, a representative of the Goldberg Bros, employment office called at the Com mercial hotel early this morning upon the agent of B. Lantry & Son, who had advertised for men to work on the con etruction of the new road, and assured him that they would furnish free of charge all the men required. An agreement was made accordingly. PERSONAL. Mrs. J. O. Dunbar has been quite sick tor several days. Commercial hotel guests yesterday were lieorge uann, Maricopa; U.K. Hoot and Eugene J . Trippel and wife, Mrs. Kate Hall, who has suffered greatly from sickness during the past year, nas sustained a recent relapse aud is again seriously ill. There were registered at the Lemon hotel yesterday T. T. Power, Moulton, la.; A. J. Knight, Prescott; Harry Thomas, fort Scott, Kaa. J. E. Waggoner, one of the snbB tan tial merchants of Waggoner, Ariz., ar in the city last night and will spend several days on mining business. Mrs. J. K. Glassford, who returned from California a week ago yesterday, is seriously ill with pneumonia and ia being cared for by Dr. Isabel Reed. Ex-Mayor P. J. Cole leaves for the east this morning via. the new north and south road. The time to Chicago is now one day longer, but when the road reaches Phcenix it will be about the same. Eugene J. Trippel and wife arrived in the city yesterday after a visit with friends on the south side. ' They will visit the insane asylum todav and to night they will leave for Tucson where Mr. Trippel will enter upon his duties as register of the land office. William Webster, member of the Re publican county central committee from Winnifred, came in last night on the hurricane deck of a wood wagon to attend a meeting of the committee. Mr CLOTHING SCHOOL SUITS For All Ages 50 GOIltS and Strong and Serviceable, Double Knees and Double Seats. Guaranteed not to rip. TRY A SUIT. GOLDBERG BROS. CLOTHING STORE 1 Don't Forget Our Free Labor Office. Webster is the kind of men that make good Republicans and good citizens. -? A letter received vesterdav morning from R. H. Greene by Jim Griffin, his able lieutenant, brings the welcome tidings that Mr. Greene is in splendid health and spirits and that the opera tion he lately underwent in the hospital at Chicago was a complete success, leav ing him in better physical condition than for years. BLOODED STOCK. Eleven Valuable Horses Coming; Here From Denver. William G. Getz completed arrange ments yesterday for the purchase from W. A. Estabrook of seven valuable brood mares, three colts and a magnifi cent stud, all of which will be at once brought here from Denver. The most notable animal of the stable is the stud Cotahti. He is a dark chest nut four years old and weighs 1,200 pounds. The sire of his dam was Nut wood : his own Bire was a boh of Elec tioneer. He was sold when a yearling to Mr. Estabrook with a guarantee of a quarter in 38 seconds and the assurance that he had made it in three seconds less than that time. He is now valued at $2,000. One of the mares, Rebecca, is remark able for the swiftness of her gait. A 3-year-old by her from an unknown sire trotted a mile m 2 :2b at Greeley, Col., and others are very fast. The colts sired by Cotahti have also proven very speedy, one of them, a yearling, having captured with ease a heat in the races at D3nver last fall. Mr. Getz some time ago purchased of Mr. Estabrook four of the half dozen blooded animals which he brought here from Denver seven or eight months ago. These, with his new purchase, will comprise the most noted and vaiuaDie aggregation of trotting stock in the ter ritory. The animals are a splendid acquisition to the valley. Mr. Getz will enter at the winter races a horBe for every event to which he has one eligible. THE EXCITEMENT GROWS. Location of a New Croup of Claims In the White Pichacho. Notice of location of eleven placer mining claims in the White Pichacho district was filed yesterday. The lo cators are all prominent Prescott peo ple, Hugo Richards, M. B. Hazeltine, W. E. Hazeltine, Ed Wells, R. H. Burmieter, W. Bashford, Ed Blake and W. H. Smith. The point in the district at which these claims are located is five miles south of the Has- sayampa and three miles eaBt of the north and south road. They lie in the vicinity of the dis coveries first exclusively published in The Republican and which was made bv some Mexicans. It is said that the original locations are Droving fabu lously rich and that a guard of Mexi cans armed with shotguns prevents an approach to the immediate locality of the works. The excitement among miners over the finds which have been made or which are supposed to have been made is becoming intense. Dr. Price's Cream Baking- Powder Most Perfect Made. STOKE. A DOLLAR IN THE WALLET. It Is an Influence That Lends a Charm to Life. The stars they shine serener and with gTeater luminosity when a fellow isn"t struggling with his impecuniosity. The lofty sky is bluer and the meadow grass is greener, and the ills of life are fewer, and our life itself serener; and we feel a glorious courage and the fates cannot appall it when we feel the solid backing of a dollar in our wallet. Oh, the quiet air of twilight is more brightly luminiferons, and the incense from the flowers is more sweet and odoriferous; and the zephyrs blow more sweetly and our food is more nutritious, and were conscious more completely that our breakfast is de licious; and we feel that life's no fizzle, as the pessimists miscall it, when we have the satisfaction of a dollar in our wallet. All our woes are less appalling and our joys are less ambiguous, and all life's happy meadows are so lush-like and irriguous; for a glass of pure, cold phospha tastes as sweet as balm of Gilead, and brown bread is like am brosia Homer tells of in the "Iliad;" and we feel that life"s a poem mauger what the cynics call it, and we feel su premely blessed with a dollar in our wallet. STRONG MEN OF OLD. In the Good Old Days Tnere Were Lots of Brawn and Muscle to Be Found. Philip, count of Kirchberg, was so strong that he could drive a nail into the wall with one of his rngers, says the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. A Span iard named Pedro, who emigrated to JNaples m 1555, drove nails into the wall with his forehead. Potowka, a Polish colonel, mashed horseshoes with his hand. Valentine Einsiedel, count of Schwarzenberg, and Curtof Leut zow, a Mecklenburg nobleman, did the same thing with ease. The latter could carry a tun of wine and throw silver coins with such force against an oak tree that the edge imbedded itself in the bark. Frederick of Hazstein, who lived at Limburg in 1363, could lift an aum (forty English gallons) of wine and drink from the bunghole. Johann, count of Ziegenhain of Hessia (1455), pushed aside six aums of wine, wagon and all, which obstructed the road over which he was riding. Count Siegmund of Burgstall, carried seven adults on his shoulders and walked about with them for several minutes. Ginseng In China. Ginseng is an important article of ex port to China, and the trade is largely in the hands of the resident Chinese themselves. They buy the root of wholesale dealers, who get it pi coun try folk at about two dollars and fifty cents a pound. Chinamen seldom buy directly from the countrymen, because the latter being unacquainted with the Celestials are unwilling to send the root C. O. D. The Chinese make a mys tery of the trade, but they send abroad yearly many thousands of dollars' worth of ginseng. 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 eDhem eral about the IotB 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 will 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 Simms' addition? Proof of Merit. The proof of the merits of a plaster is the cures it effects, and the voluntary testimonials of those who have used Allcock's Porous Plasters during the past thirty years are unimpeachable evidence of its superiority and should convince the most skeptical. Self praise is no recommendation, but cer tificates from those who have UBed them are. Beware of imitations and do not be deceived by misrepresentation. Ask for Allcock's, and do not be persuaded to accept a substitute. Brandreth's Pills never go aBtray. Wanted Men to work on railroad grade, Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix Railway company. Camp at Box Canon. Apply B. Lantry & Sons, Commercial Hotel. 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 nnparaleled climate and re sources. ' School slates and writing pads 5c and up. Novelty Stobe. Dr. Stroud, eye, ear, nose and throat. 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 after Tuesday, Sept. 18, from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Singing class meets every day. Dr. D. M. Purman, diseases of women. "The Dairy" ia synonymous with good 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. The new" Lamaon Academy and Busi ness college open Sept. 3. Boarders ac commodated. A gentle fresh milch cow for sale cheap. Inquire thia office. Corral. Burger N. V. corner First Ave. and Adams St G. W- HEATH, Prop. Is the old reliable Corral feed corral where teams are well cared for and where every body receives fair and honest treatment. Bressmakin g. S. W. Corner Second Avenue and Aduns St. FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING. CuttiDg by the French Square System. Goods ordered by samples. Continental Experience. 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. Vliss Anna Yosskuhler Insurance. The Sew tat Me 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 Oil. THE STANDARD OIL CO,, IS SELLING OUT!! In job lots to the Phoenix Oil Co. What oil the DeoDle 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. BENHAM, 8 8. Center Sfeet. A CARD invites inspection, and that 9 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 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. Hhoemaker 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. Ilestauran t. mm m Mrs. T. C. Thomas has opened the neatest and cleanest little restaurant in Phcenix, on Jefferson street between Center and First. The patrons say the fare is better than they have bad for a lonit time. Meals 25 cents ; Weeekly board $5.00 Aro tie loe Works. Half a Gent 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. MTIOH. BOONE & LEWIS CPYRlQMr