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THE ARIZONA EEPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MORN UN G, OCTOBK.tt 16, 1894.
5 LOCAL NEWS. The Things Which Happened in Two Days. The Territorial Markmanshlp Re cord Broken Foot Ball at the Park on Sunday. The late peaches at Clay Leonard's fruit and confectionery store are of su premely fine flavor. Pete Lawson returned yesterday from an extended vacation on the AguaFrio. W. F. McNuIty and H. B. St. Claire returned yesterday morning from a hand shaking trip in the northern part of the county. L. A. Amirault, the contractor, yes terday put to work on the new jail a force of nearly forty men, the majority of whom are bricklayers. Guana Flores was before Justice Kin caid yesterday for using unprofessional language in the course of an interchange of civilities with one of her neighbors. The Los Angeles Times has an able representative here in the person of Mr. A. L. Moon, who has maue many friends in newspaper and other circles. A deed from Evelyn M. Wharton and husband to Fleming Franklin to lots 2, 4, 7, 9, 10, 11 and 15, Norma Place, was recorded yesterday. The consideration was $3,500. The foot ball game at the park on Sunday afternoon was exciting. Both elevens did good work and retired sore and fatigued but with a better knowledge and keener zest for the game. Justice Johnstone broke the official record. He tried three civil cases, ex amined five witnesses in each case, and readjusted or modified the verdict in two of them, all in the brief period of forty minuteB, Late on Saturday evening a divorce suit was begun in district court by J. W. Phillips against Leona Phillips. The petition recites harsh language, an unfeminine employment of fists and finally abandonment. There was a rousing Republican rally at Mesa last night. The speaking was conducted chiefly by the candidates for county offices. Chairman Xibbey of the territorial committee, and Jerry Millay went over early yesterday after noon. The boys of Company C, First in fantry N. G. A. are sending out invita tions to their military ball which will take place at Daggs' hall on Friday evening, Oct. 19. This will be the in itial social event of the season in the valley and will be well attended by Phoenix. The Valley Cycle club will give a run tomorrow night to the Jones ranch three miles northeast of the city. A etart will be made from Galpin. and Hanny'a agency at 7 sharp. Visiting wheelmen are invited to participate. The run on Sunday to Mesa was a very pleanant outing. George Reynolds, of Tempe, the man who never sleeps, makes the western end of the stage route between Phoenix and Goldfield complete. He leaves at 6 in the morning and at 2:30 in the afternoon, connecting at Tempe with Hunsaker's line for Mesa and Goldfield. This arrangement went into effect yes terday. A citizen of Mesa, and a prominent populist, came to Phoenix on Saturday afternoon to assist in the populist rally. He fell in behind the wrong band and followed the Salvation Army off. He I no doubt discovered his error, if it was an error, in time to remedy it, but he staid with the Army and signalized himself by making a stirring addresB. Chas. Genuing left yesterday after noon for Prescott with Pedro Johnston, the Indian studept who stole his horse from his station in People's Valley. Pedro rode the stolen horse, but with less independence than when he rode it Phoenixward. His left wrist was handcuffed to the horn of the saddle to prevent his falling off, and Mr. Genuing led the animal. Successful and interesting services were held at the Christian church last Sunday morning and evening. Both sermons preached by Elder Winters were powerful and convincing. At the close of the evening service three per sons united with the .harch.Mri. Will iams, Mrs. Wiley, lately of California, and Mr. T. T. Powers, a young attor ney who recently came here from Iowa. Baptismal services will take place next Thursday at 4 :30. The fjre department tested its new hose laejt night from the corner of the city hall plaza. The engine was worked at extraordinary pressure and two streams of water" were thrown 150 feet from the Commercial hotel corner. The streets in every direction were thoroughly drenched with experimental water. The spray blown aside by a light wind offered an opportunity for spectators to see what few of them" had ever seen before a beautiful and strong ly outlined lunar rainbow. Chief Goodman, of the fire depart ment, is satisfied with the pressure furnished by the water company aided and abetted by the fire engine. Last night while the department was testing the new hose the men at the nozzle temporarily lostcontrol of it and the stream forced out by a 260-pound pressure struck the chief in the face at. a distance of ten feet. He was knocked senseless, an eye was blackened and his new official lantern was broken, and a good many peoDle wonder how so onft. a thing as water could work so much devastation. Sergeant J. N. Zeigenfuss on Sunday broke the terriioiiui record ior marks manship at regular practice on the range. In five shots at 800 yards he hit the bullaeye five times, thus scoring 25 in a possible 25. There were many other good scores made, but none which CLOTHING I Goldberg Bros. Clothing Store. 1 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. . would compare with the work of Ser geant Zeigenfuss. It may be remarked that Company B, during the military year of 1893-94, which closed yesterday, made an average improvement in marksmanship of 8J per cent. Captain Wickham has personally coached and instructed the company. Rev. W. E. Vaughan, presiding elder of the Arizona Methodist Church South, returned on Saturday morning from a two weeks' trip among the churches in the northern part of the territory. At Verde there were thirty conversions, and there were twenty-four additions to the church by professions of faith. Successful meetings were also held at Pre?cott and at Williamson's and Skull Valley's. Mr. Vaughan will remain in the city until he leaves to attend con ference, which will meet at San Ber nardino in two weeks from today. The stampede to the Republican party this year is spreading in every direction. The latest convert is Miss Winnie Davis, the Daughter of the Confederacy, and daughter of the late president of the confederate states. She resides at Colorado Springs and is out in a letter in which she says Bhe will cast a vote this fall for the Republi can ticket In Colorado. Judge C. M. Frazier, who is well informed that the letter is authentic, says that Judge Markham, a prominent Democratic politician in Colorado, has also de clared himself to be a Republican. Some of the workmen on the founda tion of the new Normal school building are threatening to make things warm for the sub-contractor, C. A. French. They are in a humor to i take it out of Mr. French's hide if they catch him, but that gentleman, with the wisdom of a statesman, is traveling incognito. The workmen say they have not been paid and have been wearing away the Btairs leading to Architect Heinlein's office. He has, of course, nothing to do with it and recommends them to French's bondsmen. French, by the way, has not been seen about hia home for a week. A recent arrival in Phoenix is Miss Gracie Walker, a pupil of the noted soloist and teacher, Mme. Julie Rosel- vald. This young lady has already made herself famous in San Francisco and other large cities of California Wonderful to say, Miss Gracie is but 14 yeaisofage. She has had many flat tering offers from the most noted man agers of the opera. Any who have ever heard her voice will never forget it. It is a soprano of wonderful purity and sweetness. In the near future Mips Walker will give a recital where all will be given a chance to hear a voice which is unexcelled even among the noted pro fessionals of the east. A NEW LODGING HOUSE. Extensive Improvements In the Gardiner Block. The work of transforming the eastern pnJ ot the of the second storv of the Gardiner block is going on rapidly. It is being divided into twelve fine apart ments of good size and lofty ceilings. Some of them are arranged en suite. At the head of the entrance there will be a large room which may be used for a reception room or office. It is lighted by a high skylight and will constitute a pleaging feature of the lodging house. Goldberg Bros STORE. Mm Store. I There will also be two bath rooms, All trie rooms and corridors will be lighted by electricity and supplied with water. Tho . honoo wjll be bested by steam from the mill and electric light works. This will be the first Bteam-heating plant ever erected in Arizona. lhe lodging house has been leased to Mrs. J. O. McVey for a term of three years. Id is possible, though not defi nitely decided, that the western end of the block will be similarly finished for lodging purposes. Mr. Lee. niano tuner for Phrpnix Music Company, is in this city. All orders left for him at the Phoenix Music Company, Monihon building, will re ceive prompt attention. For invalids, ftn pirtr nhrtRnhaf.a Hailv sold only at Phoenix Fruit Store. ' If yoa don't read The Rkpublican you don't get the news. Caution. Imitations have been put udou the market so closely resembling Allcock's Porous Plasters in general appearance as to be well calculated to deceive. It is, however, in general appearance only that they compare with Allcock's, for they are worse thai worthless, inas much as they contain deleterious in gredients which are apt to cause serious injury. Remember that Allcock's are the genuine porous plasters the best external remedy ever produced; when purchasing plasters do not only ask for but make sure that you get Allcock's. Brandreth's Pills, the best anti bilious remedv. Simms Addition Lots. A feature of the lots in the Simms addition is their size. They are all 200 feet deep and 100 feet wide. The price of 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 three city lots is meant, it no longer seems a great sum. Twenty thousand feet of 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 hut a high class resi dence district will be the outcome. For rent A large well furnished front room at 240 W. Jefferson street. Being solicited by numerous electors of the Phoenix precinct to stand as a candidate as constable of the Bame, 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. School Books. r 1 GO TO THE IRVINE CO., FOR I SCHOOL BOOKS. 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 this favorite dining room. Subscribe for The Republican. De livered in any part of the city for only 25 cents a week. A gentle afresh milch cow for sale cheap..: Inouire this office.. For general house cleaning, window washing, address J. W. Williams, cor ner 13th Avenue and Jackson Street. Dr. Ancil Martin, eye, ear, nose, throat and general surgery. Dr. Stroud, eye, ear, noee and throat. Dr. D. M. Purman, diseases of women. Mrs. Cooley, elocution, Gilson block. R. Waldin, druggist. Eastern prices. The L. W. Blinn Lunber company's office and yard is now located one block south of Commercial hotel. Gillet, the tailor of the Fleming block, is making some very handsome fall and winter suits. Parties desiring lots in the beautiful Simms addition should apply to J.T. Simme, Office Room 3 Monihon build ing, from 10 to 12 and 1 to 3o'c1ock. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Highest Award. Dressmaking; S. W. Comer Second Avenue and Adams St. FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING. Cutting by the French Square System. Goods ordered by samples. Continental Experience. 1 lllinery. NOW ARRIVING! The latest styles in MILLINERY.' The best, cheapest and most stylish hats. DRESSMAKING . MRS. E. LISENBEE, 341 E. WASHINGTON ST. Hairdresslug. Halrdressing & Complexion Parlors. MRS. N. H. DETTMER, i .te oi Denver, tne a ARTIST HAIRDRESSER. J Treats the Co'mplexiou for all blem- X ishes. For wrinkles, or to T 1 Yl M-.l 3 Tl i. Develop race, JnecK ana Bust T use Skin Food with Massage trentment. J X For clear, transparent complexion, use T Pace Bleach. To cleanse the iace and X hand, use Almond Meal, it is cheaper a X than soap. Will give ONE FKKK J X TREATMENT to each lady caller lor A one week. Come and investigate. a 331 E. Washington 8t Gregory EVERY LADY Should examine our new Fall stock of ladies' fine shoes. Our strles 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 Miss Anna Vosskuhler luwm Sloe Company. Insurance. WewhkLifc Insurance Company. 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 Farley:-: House. ROOMS NEWLY FURNISHED. EATHS IN CONNECTION. First-Class Accommodations. Moderate Rates. Washington St., bet. 6th and 7th A vs. Mrs. T. Frymire, Prop. Farley House- Restaurant. NEWLY OPENED. Home made bread, pies arjd cake. Meals neatly served and well cooked. MRS. E. KING, Prop. on. WOOL IS ON TBS 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 still selling at the same low prices. Coal oil, $1.50 per 5 gal. can; gasoline $1.75 per o gal. can. A iaucet iurmsneairee. P1HEN1X OIL CO., 28S.rKNTERST. Stable. GOLDEN EAGLE Li very Stable. When in need of a good team or place to keep your horse call on us C. M. STURGES & CO. Third St., rear of Lemon house. For a Good Team Try the Grand Central Livery Horses Boarded by the Week or Month at Lowest Bates, 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, hnt hp nrp tbut they are carefully compounded by com petent pharmacists. All our drugs are pure, fresh, and potent, and every pre scription couipounuta Ly 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. BOOM