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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MOKNLNG, SEPTEMBER 2 1894.
UNASSORTED FACTS. A Variety of Incidents of Pro miscuous Character. The Court Martial Tomorrow An Emigration of the Hobo Population. W. P. Foster has Bold the postoffice news stand to Thornton. The refreshment stand at Phoenix park at the east end of the electric car line is still running. Hambrook & Schorr received yester day two cars, one of cheap chamber sets and one of bedding. H. L. George yesterday contributed a lot of fine pears to the chamber of com merce display. The smallest weighed a ponnd and a quarter. The crown of smoke which has been hanging over the northern mountains for several days past indicates extensive fires in the forests beyond. The bchool book depot of the Irvine company is popular with the children. The Irvine company was the first to pay cash for old school books. The eighteenth birthday of Miss An nie Walsh will be pleasantly and ap propriately celebrated next Monday evening at the Sixth Avenue hotel. A deed from T. VV. Hine to T. E. Pomeroy to a one fourth interest In the High Flyer, Last Chance and Father Hubbard mining claims was filed yes terday. Sheriff Murphy yesterday arrested a Mexican for passing a counterfeit half dollar at the Pony Baloon. The pris oner was turned over to Deputy United States Marshal Slankard. The following appointments were made yesterday from the governor's office: .Notaries public, Wade H. Hulings and J. W. Evans, Phoenix; commissioner of deeds. N. (i. Kogers, Louisville, Ky. The fourteenth birthday of Master Cornelius Borton was celebrated on Friday evening at the pleasant and handsome home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Phillips on .North Fourth avenue. On Friday afternoon Frank Sigler, bookkeeper for the Arizona Improve ment company, received a telegram an nouncing that his mother was dying at the Sierra Madre sanitarium. He left on the evening train for California. Two more unlighted bicyclists ap peared before Recorder Schwartz yes terday, deposited a dollar a piece and promised hereafter and forever to keep their headlights trimmed and burning. One thing which particularly strikes the Phoenician who has remained in town all'summer is the increased num ber of ladies on the streets on after noons. Summer tourists are returning rapidly and winter tourists from the north are beginning to arrive' in pleas ing numbers. Chas. Becker and a colored man got into a fight in the Gem saloon last night over a $7 jackpot. The colored brother had BecKer on the floor and was show ing him the better hand when Assist ant Marshal Wickham arrived. Both were locked up and the officer raked in the pot. There will be an emigration of hobos from town today. Ttie authorities are holding them responsible for the recent roDberies and last night they began notifying them that their room was bet ter than their company. After this morning all who are found will be given a choice between a visit to for eign parts and days on the chain gang. The third and last of the series of baBe ball games between Phoenix and Tempe will be played at the park this ofternoon. The game will be called at 2 ;30 and ladies will be admitted free. Upon the result of this contest will de pend the reputation of the teams for superiority. Each has won a game and all the skill and energy which attended the two former contests will be con centrated into the "shake off." . The following transfers of real estate were yesterday entered for record : M. H. Sherman and wife to John W. Mc Lean, lot 21, block 13, Capitol addition, $250; W.A.Bolton to Allen C. Ruff, lots 2 and 4, block 7, Goldman's addi tion to Tempe ; M. E. Collins to Wade H. Hulings, lots 4 and 5, block 17 .Capi tol addition, $1,600. John A. Black to Rose Gillingham, lot 5, block 30, Churchill's addition, $490. "The fellow that did the shooting you, you know was the villain. Rosalie didn't know the other man then for she hadn't met him" said a little girl on the street to another little girl and her explanation was emphasized by de termined gestures by the fore finger.' This conversation was overheard by a reporter who happened to be passing and has since been wondering if those little girls are reading the right kind of literature. There was a hold-up which was also a knock-down in Block 41 about one o'clock yesterday morning. An old man who can give no good excuse for being in that vicinity at that time o' day was accosted Dy two young men one of whom asked him how much money he had. He replied, "a dime." The fist of the other landed in his face and he was knocked down. The foot pads went through his pocketB and got $4. The court martial for the trial of two members of company B for unsubordi nation and disobedience will be organ ized at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning. An adjournment will probably be taken until 7 o'clock in the evening. The matter is one of greater seriousness than was apprehended at first by the defendants, since the law is back of the court in the case of a conviction and the imposition of a heavy punish ment. Andy McGinnis, the well known driver of the CongreBS stage, was in- CLOTHING STORE. SCHOOL SUITS For All Ages GOtltS aDd P- Strong and Serviceable, Double Seats. Guaranteed not to rip. TEY A SUIT. BROS. Don't Forget Our jured, perhaps fatally, on Friday night. lmmediatelv alter leaving uongress the stage collided with a big rock in the road and the driver was thrown from the seat. His head struck a rock and he sustained a fracture of the skull. His recovery is said to be doubtful. After the driver's fall ' the horses ran away and one of them fell down and was run over, and the runaway was stopped without further incident. About five years ago Charlie John stone, a son of Justice Johnstone, was playing in a grain bin and got three or four grains of barley in one ear. A playmate tried to remove them but only succeeded in pushing them farther in so their removal by a regular ana more expert practitioner became im possible. After that the victim of this accident was troubled a great deal with a headache which was supposed to re sult from the presence of foreian mat ter in the ear. A few days ago a part of one of the grains was removed. David J. English died yesterday morning at Couleon's boarding house ot spinal meningitis. He waa taken sick last Wednesday and waa persuaded with difficulty to go to bed. The next morning, and until his death, he was unconscious. His remains were taken to Randal & Davis and embalmed for shipment to bis former home at Elm wood, 111., where he has a mother and a brother living. English was 35 years old and a harness maker by trade. He had lived a long time with the family of Mr. McFall. north of thecitv. He was highly esteemed by his acquaintances. PERSONAL. Editor J. M. Burnett returned to Gila Bend last night. C. F. Cliiuaian returned yesterday from a visit to his former home in Mis sissippi. Miss Norma Damron arrived yester day from Los Angeles on a visit to her father, Judge Damron. Mose Drachman, who has been in the city and valley the past week, went back to Tucson last night. Charlie Johnstone returned on Friday night from a pleasant vacation spent among friends near the Arizona Falls. The family of Master Mechanic Webb who have been enjoying a vacation on the coast, will return home this morn ing. Ben Block, now in business at Con gress, spent the early part of the week visiting his family here and returned to Congress yesterday. L. W. Morgan left last night for Denver to investigate some mining properties at the request of the Har cuvar stockholders. The good natured countenance of editor J.F.Michaels of the Williams Newa, brightened Phoenix streets yes terday. Mr. Michaels arrived overland. Robert Rinehart has purchased of hiB partner, I. M. Holliday, the letter's in terest in the business at the Monihon corner and will hereafter conduct it alone. Fred Mauck, who has been taking a week's rest from his labors as baggage checker on the M. & P. railway, re turned from a trip to Prescott yesterday and will resume his duties at once. Commercial hotel guests yesterday were I. H. Fairchild, Kansas City; W. mm Double Knees and CLOTHING Free Labor Office. B. Reid, Mazatlan, Mex. ; B. B.Thayer, San Francisco; E. W. Perkins and J. H. McPherson, Congress; E. J. Bon sall, Phoenix mine. T. A. Lewis, a representative of a large Kansas City dry goods house, under the care of Dr. Hibbard has re covered from the effects of an accident sustained at the Cbmmetcial hotel a munth ago. He returned to KanBas City last night. Mrs. L. W. Morgan and her two daughters, who have been spending the summer in Wales, arrived at New York yesterday at noon on the Cunar der, Urania. They will leave tomorrow night for the west and will meet Mr. Morgan at Denver on Thursday. The family will return to Phoenix in about a month. THOUGHTLESS CRUELTY. Heartrending Srenea Witnessed in South ern France. Normandy and Brittany are full of scenes heartrending to the true lover of animals. The author of "France ol To-Day" describes one form of thought less cruelty which is regularly prac ticed in the Pays de Caux, even by peo ple who are really kind and well mean ing. She says: To my thinking, the Pays de Caux is very depressing. Each homestead stands amid lines of beach and oak, formal as toy trees of a child's mimic garden. The trees, regularly planted and cut at intervals, form a parallelo gram affording shelter to farmhouse buildings and apple orchards. You enter this somber inclosure to light upon an .unwonted and heartrending spectacle. In the open space between house ana trees is a pen, perhaps two yards square. This is the lifelong prison of the trusty watchdog. Incredible as it may appear, no one sees any cruelty in thus keeping a dog cooped within iron palings from January to Decem ber. In fact, from its youth to old age, never for a single moment is it al lowed to escape. My kind host agreed with me on the unnaturalness of such treatment. "A dog, in the eyes of these good folks," he said, "is a barking machine; nothing else." The new Lamson Academy and Busi ness college open Sept. 3. Boarders ac commodated. School slates and writing pads 5c and up. Novelty Stoke. 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. 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 STORE 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 used 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'a Pills never go astray. What Strangers Say. Strangers coming into Phoenix and taking their first ride out North Central avenue are almost invariablv con strained to exclaim as they pass Simms addition: What a beautiful spot What an ideal place for a home and so near town, only a half a mile to Wash' ineton street and reached by thia beau tiful wide shady well sprinkled drive way!' the bimms addition always evokes enthusiasm. R. Waldin, druggist. Eastern prices. Fall goods now arriving. Gillet not only the best pants cutter, but makes BtyliBb, well-fitting suits. Sundav Dlnnnr.. At Mrs. T. C. Thomas' restaurant, oetween Center and First streets, Sun day Sept. 23. Dinner at 5 a. m. SOUP. Bed Pottage. Roast Beef Brown Gravy. Boiled Ham Champagne Sauce. Yankee Chicken Potpie. Baked Macaroni and Cheese. Mashed Potatoes. French Peas. Lima Beans. Lemon Pie. Apple Tapioca. Ice Cream. Assorted Cake. Tea. - Coffee. Milk. Wanted Men to work on railroad grade, Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix Railway company. CampatBoxCafion. Apply B. Lantky & Sons, Commercial Hotel. "The Dairv" in svnnnvmnnH wit.h crnnH cooking, polite attention and the beat pastry in ine city, nard work and a desire to please has placed us where we are, and where we intend to stav in the lead. Send ub 75 cents in stamps and we will mail you Thb Weekly Republican for six months. No better way to learn all about the Great Salt River valley and its unparaleled climate and re sources. A gentle fresh milch cow for sale cheap. Inquire this office. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Most Perfect Made. Electric, Vapor and Medicated Baths FOR LADIESandGENTLEMEN . 229 E. JEFFERSON ST. Corral. Burger N. W. corner First Ave. and Adams St G. ff. DEATH, Prop. Is the old reliable fed corral where Corral teams are well cared forand where every body receives fair and honest treatment. Dressmaktos. Miss Anna Muliler S. W. Corner Second Avenue and Adims St. FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING. Cutting by the French Square System. Goods ordered by samples. Continental Experience. Shoes. 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 Avhich 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. Inst ft Iff f ( 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 OUTI! In job lots to the Phoenix Oil Co. What oil the neorjle of Phoenix are naine daily. I am still furnishing those convenient faucet cans. Why don't you have one? They cost nothing extra. . J. W. BENHi.M, 28 S. Center St'eet. A CARD invites inspection, and tnat s especially the case with oar card whicb tells yon 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, AH 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 turnery. C. ESCHMAN & CO. Htioemalter. WM. LIMBROOK, tid 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. Bestaurant. Mrs. T. G. Thomas has opened the neatest and cleanest little restaurant in Phoenix, on Jefferson street between Center and First. The patrons say the fare is better than they have had for a Ions time. Meals 25 cents; Weeekly board $5.00 -A.rotlo lee WorkH. Half a Gent A Pound For fifty pounds and over, has been, Ib and will be the El for ice. Our ice is Frozen Solid, Lasts and Is Clear. P.MTNOE. BOONE LEWIS