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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9, 1894.
5 MINOR MENTION. Yesterday's Array of Brief Inci dents. Marriage of Henry Adams at Scran ton, Pa. A New Corporation The Simms Divorce Suit. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Plattner have moved into their handsome new cottage in Orchard grove. Water will be shut off on West Wash ington atreet this morning during re pairs in the water main. Ed. L. Branch yesterday purchased the ciear store of K.J. Hill next door to McNulty's grocery store. The ladies of M. E. church south are expecting to give one of their big an nua dinners on election day. A warrantv deed from H. Dobson and wife to D. M. Purman to lot 13 in block 8, Irvine addition, was filed yesterday. The lady at the Mahoney building from whose abdomen Drs. Philp, Dam-, eron, Grasser and Hughes removed the cancer last Wednesday is reported as doing nicely. Notice of location of the War Eagle and Sycamore mining claims were riled yesterday by A. Steinegger, Ramon Palloris and V. Parro, on Sycamore creek in Round valley. The Lamson College Literary society will meet Tuesday evening, Oct. 9, 1894, in the new society hall at the new Lam son academy and business college. A good program wiil be rendered. C.J.Dyer this morning received some very nice blue prints of Phoenix and additions. They will be valuable to the business men and real estate men of Phoenix for reference. Those who attend the afternoon tea of the ladies of the Trinity Guild, which will be given tomorrow at the residence of Mrs. H. H. McNeil, 845 West Van Buren street are sure of a rleaeant time. Sanchez, the man arrested by Consta ble Porterie on Saturday night for stealing a horse from another Mexican, was arraigned before Justice Kincaid yesterday morning. His hearing was set for 10 o'clock this morning. Articles of incorporation of the Golden Treasure Mining and Milling company were filed yesterday by P. D. Barnhart, Henry C. Longmore and George Johnson. The capital stock is $500,000. Other members of the com pany are W. D. Hills and J. W. Marris. Suit for divorce was brought yester day by Col. J. T. Simms against his wife Hannah T. Simms. The ground alleged is abandonment. The petition also recites that there has already been a division of property and that nothing is held in common. The brick walls of J. W. Walker's new two-story residence building on North Second avenue, were completed yesterday and work will be begun on the two other residences with which Mr. Walker intends to improve his ex tensive real estate possessions in that neighborhood. The lately elected boards of trustees and deacons of the First Avenue Bap tist church met last night for organiza tion for the present church year. The trustees are P. T. Burtis, P. L. Kay, A. C. Trask, A. M. Tuttle and C. D. Dorris. The deacons B. T. Gillett, L. D. Cog gins, Richard Garnett. Win. Cavness and Frank McFall. Robert Garnett was elected church clerk, B. T. Gillett, Sunday school superintendent and H. G. Feeking, assistant superintendent. Ma. J. W. Evans yesterday received a wedding card announcing the mar riage at Scranton, Pa., on Oct. 3, of Harry Walton Adams to Margaret, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pierce B. Findley. Mr. Adams is proprietor of the famous Adams vineyards. He left Phoenix early in July to recuperate from the effect of a violent attack of fever. He will shortly return to the valley with his bride. His marriage surprises his most intimate friends here who had come to regard him as a confirmed bachelor. PERSONAL,. Southern Pacific Detective Brecken ridge went Sunday evening to Yuma returning last night to Tucson. Harry Watton returned on Sunday from an extensive prospecting tour in the northern part of the territory. Of the new arrivals in Phoenix within the past week, a great many have found comfortable rooms at the Gregory house. Hugo Zeckendorf, a prominent busi ness man of Tucson, who will shortly red Miss Anna Goldberg of this city, arrived yesterday. Mr. Zeckendorf is a gentleman of rare culture and refine ment as well as of abundant financial resources. W. L. Kerr, a newspaper man from Kansas City, Mo., arrived on Saturday and joined his wife who is a daughter of Judge Buck. The wife has been visit ing here some weeks. Mr. Kerr has hay fever and likes the climate, so he rented a ranch north of town and will stay all winter. MADE PETS OF THEM. How Grocer Wentworth Prevented Roaches Destroyine His Wares. Men have made pets of almost every thing which lives and walks. Pet mice, pet snakes, pet wild cats and a hundred others have been heard of, but it re mained for Grocer Wentworth to make pets of cockroaches. For a long time he has been bothered to death by the peBts. They invaded his cracker boxes, successfully bombarded his vegetable sacks, assaulted his meats and even oc- CLOTHING Goldberg Ik Clotting She, 1 EVERY I g Dollar's worth of goods in our store must go if low prices will find a PURCHASER gl We are offering inducements that will only be ap- Ti preciated upon comparison with other lines. j3 A E Man's or Boy's Suit can be had from us ridiculously St: cheap this week. "While I WALKING S Through the city come in and see for yourself. Then you will realize that it pays to read our S ADVERTISEMENT. Always remember Our Free Employment Office. . cupied the cash drawer. After trying half a dozen kinds of poison he sat down and, thinking hard, evolved a brilliant idea. "I will set apart, "Baid he, "a corner of my grocery for their exclusive use; I will feed them upon what tney best love; I will educate them to come and eat their fill there and depart." The plan was executed by halving a few potatoes and leaving tnem on tne floor each night. Now when Went worth has retired the roaches hold each night high carnival, drinking hie health in the starchy juice of the spud, destroy ing naught else and leaving no trace of iniquity save a few hollow shells to be swept out in the morning. . A HUMAN ARM. A Ghastly Decoration of an Engine Room. A wall of the engine room of the Gardiner Mills are set off with a ghastly decoration. It is a human arm sawed off square about two inches above the elbow. The arm and a skull were found in the river bed last Sunday by a teamster who was hauling eand. Decomposition of the arm had never taken place. The skin was intact and of the color and ap pearance of the skin on a well cured ham. The pores of the skin are plainly visible and the lines both large and small of the palm are as distinct as they could have been in the life time of the owner. The naiis are intact. The arm is as hard as a bone and of about the same specific gravity. It must have belonged to a man of gigantic size. Notwithstanding the wasting in cident to dedication it is two-thirds as large as the average human arm and the forearm is mch longer. The thumb is of extraordinary length. The be holder is at liberty to guess whether the dismembered individual was a white man or an Indian and while they are guessing they may guess at the date and manner of his death. A CASE OF TRANSFUSION. Curious Suit Recently Brought in an English Court. The legal possibilities of transfusion were brought out in a recent suit in an English court. A man, says the New York Ledger, who was' very ill was treated by transfusion of blood as a last resort. He recovered, and after a time his gardner, from whose veins the vital fluid was taken, fell ill. Some one suggested that his contribution to his employer might have caused his illness, whereupon he brought suit, claiming sixty thousand francs' dam ages. After a good deal of legal in vestigation experts were appointed to examine and report on the case. This took so long that the man died before the report was finished. The widow, however, continued the suit, even though the post-mortem examination demonstrated that death was caused by cancer of the stomach. The courts decided in favor of the defendant, on the ground that even though the man's vitality might have been impaired by the loss of blood, his voluntary offer for the benefit of another individual re leased the recipient from all financial liability that might be claimed on ac count of the transaction. fcif Bros STORE. Clothimr Store. I Why not largely increase our export of cheese? Bearing on this question the Farmer's Home has this to say: "From the cheese already manufactured in different parts of the country it has been abundantly proven that we can produce as good fancy cheeses as any of the foreign product. Already we export enormous quantities of our finest cream cheese to European markets, and by keeping up the qual ity this market will be greatly en larged." Tell Your Kriends. Hosts of letters have been written, some to the proprietors of Allcock's Porous Plasters, some to friends, tell ing of their inestimable value. Here is one from the Hon. Edmund L. Pitts, the late president of the New York state senate : "State of New York, Senate Cham ber, Albany, March 11, 1886. 1 have used Allcock's Porous Plasters in my family for the past five years, and can truthfully say they are a valua ble remedy and effect great cures. I would not be without them. I have in several instances given some to friends Buffering with weak and lame backs, and they have invariably afforded cer tain and speedy relief. They cannot be too highly recommended." Brandreth's Pills will purify the blood. Want.pH t.n IpncA fnrt.v t.n RiYtr anraa of alfalfa pasture for horses from Nov. 1 loiuayi. uau or aaaresBj. vv.tsen ham, Phoenix, Oil Co., South Center. Contract muBt be closed by Oct. 20. The Phoenix Fruit Store receives its fruit fresh every day. Where to Buy a Lot. A man or woman desiring to purchase a lot either for building or speculation should consider carefully three things ; convenience to the city, prospect of in crease in value and desirability of neighborhood. All these requisites are possessed in a marked degree by the Simms' Addition. It is but a few minutes' walk out Center street. It is so beautifully planned and situated that as an investment it can not be equaled ; it is bo ably and Btrictly man aged that none but the best class of people will be found residing within its precincts. A gentle fresh milch cow for sale cheap. Inquire thiB office. For rent A large well furnished front room at 240 W. Jefferson Btreet. Dr. Ancil Martin, eye, ear, nose, throat and general surgery. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Pew4er Most Perfect Made. School Books. S GO TO THE I I IE VINE CO., FOR g SCHOOL BOOKS. I Commercial Dining Room. The Commercial hotel dining room has reopened under the management of W. D. Dodenhoff. It has been thoroughly renovated. The culinary department has been subject to a complete overhauling. No expense has been spared to place it in the best pos sible condition. It will be presided over by a competent and skillful chef who cannot fail to please all who will but try ihis favorite dining room. Subscribe for The Repdblican. De livered in any part of the city for only 25 cents a week. Being solicited by numerous electors of the Phoenix precinct to stand as a candidate as constable of the same, I hereby announce myself and respect fully request your support. I promise and pledge myself to faithfully per form the duties incumbent on me as constable in the event I should be elected. Dan Cannon. For general house cleaning, winaow washing, address J. W. Williams, cor ner 13th Avenue and Jackson Street. If you don't read The Republican you don't get the news. Dr. Stroud, eye, ear, nose and throat. Dr. D. M. Purman, diseases of women, Mrs. Cooley, elocution, Gilson block. R. Waldin, druggist. Eastern prices. The L. W. Blinn Lumber company's office and yard is now located one block south of 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 unparaleled climate and re sources. Parties desiring lots in the beautiful Simms addition should apply to J. T. Simms, Office Room 3 Monihon build ing, from 10 to 12 and 1 to 3 o'clocK. - Dressmaking:. Miss Anna Yosskuhler S. W. Corner Second Avenue and Adams St. FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING. Cutting by the French Square System. Goods ordered by Bamples. Continental Experience. Millinery. NOW ARRIVING! The latest styles in MILLINERY, The best, cheapest and most stylish hats. DRESSM-KIIirsrG . MRS. E. LISENBEE, 241 E. WASHINGTON ST. Restaurant. mm Mrs. T. C. Thomas has opened the neatest and cleanest little restaurant in Phoenix, on Jefferson Btreet between Center and First. The patrons say the fare ia better than they have had for a long time. Meals 25 cents; Weeekly board $5.00 Siloes. Should examine our new Fall stock of ladies' fine shoes. Our styles are the latest up to date kind. Big buttons, high congress im mitation button, new lasts, new pat terns. We are con fident we can suit you in quality, style and price. I. L CHANDLER EVERY LADY Shoe Company Insurance. lie fa M 11 Insurance Company. BOONE A LEWIS, 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 WOOL IS ON THE FREE LIST, But the price of Navajo Blankets will not be raised for 30 diys. If you want one, and you certainly do, you had better ln . vest at once. By the way, OIL AND GASOLINE are stfll selling at the same low prices. Coal oil, $1.50 per 5 gal can; gasoline $1.75 per i gal. can. A laucet lurmsneairee. PHffiNIX OIL CO., 28 S. TENTER ST. Lunch Counter. AL. WILLIAMS Has purchased the Commercial Cafe CENTER STREET, Will run a First class place. Motto: Cleanli ness and prompt attention, veryone knows Al. He will treat yon even ter now that he is working for himself. Will Op on October 5. Llverv. For a Good Team Try the Grand Central Livery Horses Boarded by the Week or Month at Lowest EateB, ALBRIGHT & MURPHY Props One block south of Commercial hotel. 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 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. Arctic Ice "V orkH. Half a Gent oiiiid For fifty pounds and over, has been, is and will be the for ice. Our ice is Frozen Solid, Lasts and Is Clear. P. MTNOE.