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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN : SUNDAY - MORNIJNG, OCTOBER 14, 1894.
5 LOCAL RECORD. Yesterday's Quota of Passing Events. Meeting of the Blood Horse Associa tion J. M. SDarks Dis charged. Clay Leonard's fruits and fresh con fectionery are among the most attract ive sights of Washington street. By means of paint and paper Major .Evans ia bringint; about a transforma tion in the interior of his office. There will be a football game at the park this afternoon. Free transporta tion to all members of the two elevens. The meat market of M. E. Hurley is never out of choice cutB of beef for roasting. The Hurley beef is becoming famous. Y u Tan, the Chinaman who left a horse on the street all Thursday night was brought before the recorder yester day morning and fined $10. A. E. Hinton, the enterprising and able young business man of Alhambra, and member of the next general assem bly, spent yesterday in Tempe in the interest of his candidacy. E. A. Keller's First Avenue barber shop has been painted within and without, an awning has been placed over the entrance and the establish ment otherwise beautified. License to marry was issued yester day to Thomas Byers, Jr., and Telia Steele, both of Lehi. The wedding took place at once and the service was performed by Probate Judge Jordan. On account of meritorious volunteer service at the fire at the Christian church parsonage yesterday morning P. Minor will be made an honorary mem ber of the fire department at its next general meeting. There will be a club run to Mesa by the Valley Cycle club today. The club meets at dalpin & nanny s bicycle store at 8 o'clock. Dinner will be had Kimball's. At Tempe they will be joined by the local club there. The re turn home will be made by moonlight. All wheelmen are invited. The Indian school defeated the Junior Phoenix baseball club yesterday by a score of 23 to 15. The battery for the Indians, Wellington and Els mere; for Phoenix, Thomas and Light ner. The aborigines have defeated the Phoenix boys two in three games of the series. Their excellence lies chiefly at the bat. Thos. Boyle, a farmer living near the city, yesterday contributed to the chamber of commerce exhibit a sample ear of sweet corn, just at that stage of maturity known as the masting ear period. It is of good size and well filled. The corn from which it was grown was planted July 27 and the ear was plucked yesterday. Five Points nearly had a shooting yesterday morning. A man residing in that neighborhood borrowed a shotgun of one of his neighbors who afterward insisted on its immediate return and followed the borrower into a saloon. An altercation took plaee and the shot gun was drawn, but bystanders inter fered before it could be discharged. Col. G. D. Gray, who has been spend ing the eummer at his former home, Glenwood, Mo., returned to Phoenix yesterday. He was accompanied by his mother, his wife and a "daughter. There were also in the party James Shirley and Walter Martin, two" gentle men of Glenwood, and C. E. Coloney and wile of Bloomfield, Ia. All intend to take up homes in the valley. The management of La Fiesta has sent to Chlifornia for 200 badges for the Native Son division of the Fiesta pa rade. The design of the badge is a gold bear on a red, yellow and green losette. At the last election there was 12 per cent of the voters registered from Cali fornia. It is believed there will be one or more representatives from every county in the state. Complaint is made by merchants of another issue of counterfeit Bilver dol lars. One was offered at Goldberg Bros, yesterday by a Mexican in pay ment for merchandise. It was refused and he explained where he had got it. So many have been offered within the last two or three days that there is a suspicion that an organized tffjit is being made to inject a large volume of spurious coin into local circulation. A suit was begun in the district court yesterday by Benjamin S. Church against the South Gila Canal company, C. A. Luke and Wm. E. Pope. The suit is for the recovery of $3,663.33 due plaintiff for services as engineer. The two latter named defendants are brought in as creditors of the canal company to make a showing of their claims. Suit was also filed by D. A. Tyrrell against T. D. McGIasson and Dr. A. J. Chandler on a note for $300. The case of Chas. W. Prange for assaulting George Hamlin a month ago was tried yesterday afternoon and even ing before Justice Johnstone. Hamlin is still confined to his bed by his in juries so the trial was held at his house. Hamlin was the only important witness for the prosecution and he was unable to say what occurred after he was knocked down. In fact he could not swear who had struck him. The de fendant was accordingly discharged. Between next Saturday, Oct. 20 and Jan. 1 the Red Corner will hold a clos ing out sale of their entire store. The articles of copartnership between the members of the firm expire upon tho latter date and a settlement and separa tion has been resolved upon. In order to accomplish this the accounts of the firm will be closed next Saturday, the opening day of the sale, and from then until its close anything and everything in the immense stock may be purchased at the cost mark for cash. The case of J. M. Sparks, charged CLOTHING Goldberg Bros, fling S EVERY Dollar's worth of goods in our store must go if low prices will find a PURCHASER We are offering inducements that will only be ap preciated upon comparison with other lines. A Man's or Boy's Suit can be had from us ridiculously cheap this 'week. While WALKING Through the city come in and see for yourself. Then you will realize that it pays to read our ADVERTISEMENT. Always remember Our Free Employment Office. . by the complainant, Phoebe A. Lawlyss, with adultery with her, was concluded before Commissioner Crenshaw yester day and the defendant was discharged. The government failed to make the es sential showing that the defendant was a married man. It is said that he is seperated from his wife, who is also said to be in California, but there was no wav to ascertain all this except by asking him. The government hadn't the assurance to enlist the services of the defendant in his own conviction. An interesting meeting of the Blood horse association was held at the court house yesterday afternoon. A.V.Quinn was elected president to fill the vacancy made by the resignation of P. K. Hickey, and a board of directors con sisting ot A. V. Quinn, T. W. Pember ton, J. Brennan, Geo. Loring and Wm. Getz was elected. The association de cided to extend invitations to every man in the valley who has a good horse, to take part in the coming meeting, which the association proposes to make the most successful ever held in the southwest. The association will meet at the court house again next Saturday. POPULIST PRINCIPLES. Their Enunciation Last Night by General O'Neill. The Silver Question, Trusts and the Unfaithfulness of the Old Par ties Discussed. Gen. W. O. O'Neill, in the capacity of the Peoples' party candidate for dele gate to congress, appeared last night for the first time before a Phoenix audi ence. The meeting was well advertised and a very good audience confronted the speaker. The meeting was called to order by Moses Clanton, and Chair man G. B. Norton, of the county cen tral committee, was elected to preside. The stand was occupied by the speak ers, county candidates and several sympathetic ladies. The committee of arrangements bad exhibited greater aesthetic taste than corresponding com mittees of the other two parties, for the brilliant rays of a student's lamp fell upon a bouquet of roses with which the speakers' table was beautified. General O'Neill was received with considerable warmth. He began his speech with an allusion to what seemed to be the issue between the two old parties in this territory, the proceedings of the late loan commission. Without discussing the merits of the charges made against the members of the com mission, he said that if the charges were sustained it was embezzlement. The speaker charged inconsistency or direliction of duty against Attorney General Heney who, from the same stand a few nights before, had publicly made the charge against Governor Mur phy and other members of the commis sion. If the charges were true the attor ney general had only proclaimed his own violation of the law in not having begun the prosecution of the members of the commission. He next took up the silver question and Baid that if either Mr. Murphy or Mr. Uerndon were elected he would not be elected as a free silver delegate Ukw Bros STOKE. Clotting Sire. 3 but as a Republican or Democratic dele gate, for the interests of Arizona would be made subservient to the purposes of one party or the other. He briefly showed the historv of he decline of silver interests and a consequent de cline of prosperity under both Repub lican and Democratic legislation. The subject of trusts was handled at great length and the EpeakeHsaid that they had grown nnder the friendly influence of both the old parties. He charged that public corruption had become so shameless that high offices had been given out in payment of political serv ices, and the appointments of Wana maker to the postmaster generalship and of Van Alen to the Italian embassy were cited. Speaking of the effect of old party rule upon Arizona he said that during the past eleven years half of which had been passed under one party and half under the other there has been a steady decline of values. ! The tariff was described as a blind which Democratic and Republican leaders had agreed upon to obscure the vision of the people while trusts and corporations should fatten upon the blood of the country. A pleasing feature of Gen. O'Neil's speech was its freedom from personali ties. He made a a vigorous attack upon parties and principle but the character of no man was assailed. He was followed by Judge Woy the candidate for councilman at large and the meeting was closed by a brief ad dress by Rev. W. H. WinterB county candidate for the council. Simms Addition Lots. A feature of the lots in the Simms addition is their Rize. They are all 200 feet deep and 100 feet wide. Th price ot a lot in the Simms addition at first glance sometimes seems high, but when it is remembered that an amount of land almost equal to two ordinary lota is meant, it no longer seems a great 6um. Two hundred feet of level fertile land is plenty for a fine home including garden, stable and all necessary im provements. As the deeds for lots in the Simms addition call for certain re quirements in the way of superior dwellings, none but a high class resi dence district will be the outcome. For invalids, an egg phosphate daily; sold only at Phoenix Fruit Store. For Over Fifty Years. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty five cents a bottle. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Highest Medal and Diploma. Meliool Hooks. GO TO THE I IRVINE CO., I SCHOOL BOOKS. Commercial Dining Room. The Com oaercial 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 this favorite dining room. Subscribe for The Republican. De livered in any part of the city for only 25 cents a week. A gentle fresh milch cow for Bale cheap. Inquire this office. For general houBe cleaning, window washing, address J. W. Williams, cor ner 13th Avenue and Jackson Street. Dr. Ancil Martin, ey e, ear, nose throat and general surgery. 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 Lu tuber company's office and yard is now located one block south of Commercial hotel. Send ua 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. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Hichest Award. Dressmaking. S. W. Corner Second Avenue and Adams St. FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING. Cuttiog by the French Square System. Goods ordered by samples. Continental Experience. sllilinery. NOW ARRIVING! The latest styles in MILLINBEY, The best, cheapest and most stylish hats. DEESS MAKING . MRS. E. LISENBEE, 341 E. WASHINGTON ST. HalrdresgluK. Hairdressing & Complexion Parlors. MRS. N. H. DETTMER, T Late of Denver, the J ARTIST HAIRDRESSER. T Treats the Complexion foe all blem- X X ishea. For wrinkles, or to J Develop Face, Neck and Bust X use Skin Food with Massage treatment. T T For clear, transparent complexion, use X T Pace Bleach. To cleanse the face and I X hand, use Almond Heal, it is cheaper a X than soap. Will give OJiB FRKE X T TREATMENT to each lady caller for X X one week. Gome and investigate. a X 231 K. Washington St Gregory X X House Block. Snoes. EVERY LADY 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. Anna Vomer i l wm Shoe Company. Insurance. He lew M Life Insurance General Managers For Ariiona. 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. 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 in vest at once. By the way, OIL AND GASOLINE are st'll selling at the same low prices. Coal oil, 11.50 per 5 gal can: gasoline $1.75 per 5 gai. can. A faucet furnished free. PffllX OIL CO., 28 S. CENTER ST. Tu iioIl Counter. AL. WILLIAMS Has purchased the Commercial Cafe CENTER STREET, Will run a First class place. Motto: Cleanli ness and prompt attention. Everyone knows Al. He will treat yon even better now that he is working for himself . Will Open on October 5. Llverv. For a Good Team Try the Grand Central Livery Horses Boarded by the Week or Month at Lowest Rates, ALBRIGHT &MURPHY Props One block south of Commercial hotel. A CARD invitee inspection, and that a 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 loe Worfeo. Half a Cent A Pound For fifty pounds and over, has been, is and will be the for ice. Our ice is Company. BOONE d LEWIS, Frozen Solid, Lasts and Is Clear. P. MTlSTOR.