THE ARIZONA .REPUBLICAN : TUESDAY MOKNING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1894.
News of Varying Kinds From
Result of Two Day's Gleaning In
Phoenix The One Circus of
. the Season.
If you don't read The Rkpdbucan
you don't get the news.
W. H. Kobineon was yesterday ap
pointed guardian of Carrie A. Bailea, a
The arc lights over the sidewalks last
night were obscured by clouds of genu
ine Kansas grasshoppers.
J. E. Teetets and a mining expert
will leave today overland for Gray and
Hiller's California properties.
License to marry was issued yester
day to George L. Wilkey and Martha
Cartwright, both of the county.
J. W. Sparks, late proprietor of the
Lemon hotel, will take charge today of
a boarding house at the Union mine.
The remains of D. J. English were
shipped last night, by Randal & Davis,
to Elm wood, 111., where his mother and
Deputy Constable Porterie yesterday
arrested" Alejo Robles for an assault up
on another Mexican. He got ten days
in the county jail.
"Bicycle Bill," a South, Phoenix
wheelman, was arrested for riding on
the sidewalk of the city ball right un
der the nose of the authorities.
- A meeting of the city council has
been called for tonight. The principal
business before the council is the con
sideration of (street paving matters.
J. H. Holme6 and Fred Schofield have
broken tft county record as quail
hunters. They returned yesterday
from an excursion which netted 233
Secretary Perley of the chamber of
commerce yesterday received an install
ment of limes for the chamber display.
They were brought from Yuma bv Mr.
H. E. Kemp.
The city board of equalization went
out of business yesterday according to
law and the opportunity of kickers is
gone for this year. The tax roll will
now begin to be made up.
H. Keyser, an agent of the Sunset
Telephone company, arrived in town
yesterday from Los Angeles. The pur
pose of his visit is to make arrange
ments for overhauling the line here and
to make important improvements in the
office and the entire system.
Harry McPbaul, who came up from
Gil Bend yesterday, says that a great
deal of land is being cleared up along
the canal and there is other evidence of
prosperity. Manager McMillan, who is
now in the east, is expected back soon
and at the same time a large number of
Not one Arizonian in ten would
guess that the liquid refreshments of
the territory are supplied from 672 sa
loons. Still fewer would guess that the
money which annually passes over
these 672 bars amounts to $3,056,000.
The former figures are absolutely cor
rect and the latter are approximately
so and are the result of a reliable of
An unknown person was arrested
last night by Deputy Constable Por
terie for persistently disturbing Salva
tion Army services by interjecting
loud, ligh, irrelevant and vulgar obser
vations. He refused to listen to the
officer's remonstrances until after he
had been taken into custody. The
whole matter will be settled before Jus
tice Johnstone this morning.
The following transfers of real estate
were yesterday entered for record :
Sarah Harris to Jack O'Hara, nw,
sec 19, tp 2 n, r 2 e, $100. Ernest
Schrab and wife to Annie E. Cross, two
acres in nwj, Bee 27, tp 1 n, r 5 e,
$550. M. H. Sherman and wife to Re
becca Howard, lots 9 and 10 in block
29, Capitol addition, $300. John Bag
giore to John Logomarsino, lot 3, block
9, city, $3,000.
Agent Harry Murray of the New Syn
dicate Shows and Paris Hippodrome
came to town yesterday morning. Mr.
Murray is an old showman and well
known to Phoenix people. His last visit
was four years ago when he came to
herald Robinson's show. He is ar
ranging for a stand here on October 29,
and he says the people will have an op
portunity to witness the biggest show
ever seen in Arizona.
A contingent of seventy men col
lected by the energy of Goldberg BroB.
will be taken out this morning to work
on the north and south road. This is
the first and most direct benefit the
town has received from the approach of
the road, within a short time all sup
plies will be furnished from this section.
Lantry & Sons, the contractors, have
established an agency in the Monihon
block under the management of Mr. A.
An enthusiastic railroad meeting was
held at Tempe on Sunday at which in
behalf of tha north and south road
were present, President Murphy and
Chief Engineer Vaughn. The object of
the meeting was to appoint a com
mittee to act in conjuction with other
committees from Florence, Tucson and
other points along the line of the road,
south of Phoanix. A great interest has
been aroused in all those towns and
lavish promises of assistance have been
The board of supervisors yesterdav
delivered to Col. Wm. Christy $3,500
bonds of school district No. 5. They
are 7 per cent, ten twenty bonds and
were sold at par. The only other lm
portant matter before the board was
the claim of Sheritl acott ot rima coun
ty in the Tewksbury case. The original
claim was something more than $1,200,
but the amount allowed by the board
was $982.25. The expense of securing
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two witnesses, amounting to more than
$150, was disallowed, as was also the
cost for serving a venire.
E. A. Keller, the North First avenue
barber, had a notion yesterday morning
to begin Bhaving people lor nothing, he
felt so light hearted and happy. He
reasoned in this way: "I can afford it
for awhile, for it won't be many years
till that boy grows up. He's a little
shaver now, but in a few years he'll be
a big one and then we can make up for
all this liberality." The baby was born
on Sunday morning. It's the first, and
Mr. Keller roughly estimated the
weight at fourteen pounds. Dr. Hib
bard. who attended the case, is more
conservative in his figures, but says he
never saw a finer baby. The mother is
happily doing wgll.
There was a great deal of business m
police court yesterday morning. Tha
foremost Bubject was Geo. Williams,
colored, who got into a fight on Satur
day night over a growing jackpot in a
poker game. He was released on bond
and the next night had another fight
and got licked. He was sent below for
ten days. Wm. Hamsower was drunk
and slept so long that they got tired of
waiting for him out on the Bartlett
ranch where he has been working, and
hired another man. His grief was in
tensified by a two day sentence. Fran
cisco Bandillo got two days for drunk
enness. An unlighted bicyclist paid in
A movement is about to be made to
secure a strong protest in Phoenix and
the valley against the removal of the
government troops from San Carlos.
Similar protests are being prepared in
public meeting in all the towns ot
the southeastern part of the territory.
The Indian police have been withdrawn
from the reservation and that is con
sidered aimost as alarming as the re'
moval of the troops. The chief duty
of the police has been to prevent
drunkenness on the reservation and in
this they have been supported by the
troops. Drunkenness is about the only
thing to be guarded against to prevent
trouble among the Apaches. It is a
fact that every outbreak which has oc
curred within the last thirty years has
been preceded by a tis-win or some
other sort of spree. Another general
drunk would certainly result in another
Geo. Tantau has returned to Phoenix.
Mr. P. T. Burtis was among the re
turning coast tourists yesterday.
Sheriff J. B. Scott, of Tucson, was in
town yesterday on legal business.
Mr. J. Fred Blake has returned from
a trip to the northern part of the ter
tory. C. L. Montgomery and family re
turned yesterday morning from the
Hon. W. T. Smith returned on Sun
day morning from a three week's visit
to the coast.
A. Redewill is home from a business
tour through th e southern part of .the
Banks Vaughn, one of the hiiBtling
clerks of C. T. Hayden of Tempe,
spent Sunday in the city.
Mrs. H. E. Kemp and children
Double Knees and
Free Labor Office.
started on Sunday evening on a visit to
her parents at Redondo Beach.
Harry McPhaul came iip from Agua
Caliente and Gila Bend yesterday on
business and returned last night.
There were registered at the Lemon
hotel yesterday John Blake, Safford.
Ariz., and W. L. Phillips, Prescott.
Mr. C. L. Hall, of the Mammoth
mine, who has just returned from a
trip to Montana was in the city yester-'
Judge John Blake, a leading Repub
lican and substantial citizen of Gra
ham county, is in the city on a busi
Buckey O'Neill has closed his $250,
000 mining deal and the money is in
the bank to his credit. f He left New
York on the 21st for Arizona.
Messrs. Geo. B. Perkins and John
Baggiore and Dr. Kifkwood returned
on Sunday evening from a week's recre
ation at Castle Creek hofspringB.
J. P. Goodlander, a well known re
presentative of a St. Louis drug house,
is in town on his periodical tour. He
is accompanied this time by his wife.
W. B. Beid of Mazatlan, Mex., is in
the city. He is a heavy mine operator
there and has come to Arizona to look
over properties here. He is on his way
to New York.
Mr. C. 0. Bowen,of Detroit, secretary
and treasurer of the S. F., P. & P., and
his assistant, F. J. Sarmiento, also of
Detroit, returned yesterday from a trip
to the south side.
Sam Seip expects to leave in the
spring for Johannesburg, South Africa.
Mrs. Seip will visit friends in the east
until Mr. Seip is located in the "Dark
Commercial hotel guests yesterday
were H. Keyser, Los Angeles ; D. B.
Murphy, San Francisco ; E. J. Becker,
Missouri ; J. B. Goodlander and wife,
St. Louis; J. B. Scott, Tucson; H.
Murray, Chicago; C. C. Bowen, F. J.
Holyoke Daily Democrat.
The leading Democratic daily of
western Massachusetts, published in a
manufacturing city of 42,000 inhab
itants. Advertising rates made known
A large stock of woolen goods were
delivered to G. K. Smith, our mer
chant tailor, which proved to belong to
a Smith in the tailoring business at
Portland, Ore. Mr. Smith telegraphed
to Detmer of Chicago, finest wholesale
house in the United States, the mil
take, and his answer was it you can
keep the goods you can have them at 25
per cent below invoice price. Now our
enterprising young tailor has the larg
est stock of goods in the territory.
Miss Nelson is organizing a company
to give an operatic performance en
titled "Too Late." About forty voices
are required and Miss Nelson with two
assistants, one a competent leader of
elocution, a graduate of the Philadel
phia college of elocution and an assist
ant music teacher, who have been en
gaged, will be at the opera house all
day Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
of this week to receive applications of
any who desire to participate in the
R. Wald'n, druggist. Eastern prices.
Remember the free opening of the
dancing class Monday evening, Oc
The new Lamson Academy and Busi
ness college open Sept. 3. Boarders ac
commodated. School slates and writing pads 5c and
up. Novelty Store.
Dr. Stroud, eye, ear, nose and throat.
At the Opera House.
Miss NelBon 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
Dr. D. M. Purman, diseases of women.
Send us 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. What strangers Say.
Strangers coming into Phoenix and
taking their first ride out North Central
avenue are almost invariably 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
ington street and reached by this beau
tiful wide shady well Bprinkled drive
way!" The Simms addition always
Fall goods now arriving. Gillet,
not only the best pants cutter, but
makes stylish, well-fitting suits.
The L. W. Blinn Lumber company's
office and yard is now located one block
south of Commercial hotel.,
Wanted Men to work on railroad
grade, Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix
Railway company. CampatBoxCanon.
Apply B. Lantby & Sons,
"The Dairy" is 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
A gentle fresh milch cow for Bale
cheap. Inquire this office.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Most Perfect Made.
229 E. JEFFERSON 8T.
N. w. corner First
i ""V "" Ave- Adams St.
PHf 6. W- HEATH, Prop.
C3 Is the old reliable
ieea corral wnere
teams are well cared
for and where e very-
and honest treatment.
B. W. Corner Second Avenue and Adams St.
Cutting by the French Spare System.
Goods ordered by samples.
People who eat it in
this state have cause for
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."
Hiss Anna Vosskuhler
The New York Life'
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
THE STANDARD OIL CO.;
IS SELLING OUTII
In job lots to the
Phoenix Oil Co.
What oil the people of Phceniz are using
daily. I am still famishing those convenient
faucet cans. Why don't you hare one? They
cost nothing extra.
J. W. BEINBLAM,
, 28 S. Center St'eet. ;
invites inspection, and that s especially
the case with oar 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
" C. ESCHMAN & CO.
BOOT AND SHOEMAKER
Has opened a shop en 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.
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 is better than they have had , for a
long time. Meals 25 cents; Weeekly
Arot;lo loe "WorJcs.
Half a Gent
For fifty pounds and over, has been, Is
and will be the
for ice. Our ice is
Frozen Solid, Lasts and Is Clear.
BOONE (& LEWIS,
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