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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN : SUNDAY MOKLNG, OCTOBER 21, 1894. Hardware. SEE Cassidy Sulky, Bonanza Gang and Oliver Chilled ni EZRA W. THAYER'S. THE QUAIL SEASON Is now here. He sells that new smokeless Ammunition and rents a good Gun fo 50 els, a day. 3 OPPOSITE CITY HALL. SE DEMOCRATIC RALLY. Another Incident of the Local Campaign. A Fairly Cood Sized Crowd Greets . the Candidates for County Offices. There waa a local Democratic rally in town last night, by which is meant a Democratic rally enthused by speakers who are interested mainly and primar ily in the success of the Democratic county ticket. The speakers' stand in the rear of the court house yesterday afternoon was de nuded of the weather-worn bunting and its place taken by bright new colors. There were rich floral decorations which outshone even the offerings at the late Populist mass meeting. The Pioneer band and the booming of anvils attracted a fairly good sized crowd, so that when the meeting opened there was a pleasing auspicious nees of audience. The stand was occupied by the candi dates, and Dr. H. A. Hughes was chosen chairman. The first speaser was Emory Kays, candidate for the council. His ad dress was brief and was confined prin cipally to an account of himself during the last nine years and the excellence of the Democratic ticket. The next speaker was T. E. Dalton with aspira tions for a seat in the lower house. It must be said of Mr. Dalton's address that it was a finished rhetorical produc tion which pleasingly surprised even hiB most ardent friends and admirers. There was not a grammatical error, a false figure, an inelegant expression or a broad anecdote and consequently it was not properly appreciated. It covered in a general way national politi cal issues and a brief biography and presentation of the claims of all the candidates seriatim. The speech was marred in only a single instance and that was no fault of Mr. Dalton's. A thoughtless boy less intent upon patriotism and .politics than com mercial affairs and the main chance crowded his wsy through the audience yelling h-o-t p-e-a-n-u-t-s. The diver sion was only temporary. Nobody wanted any hot peanuts ; the boy went away and the ppeeeh was resumed and concluded. Mr. Dalton was followed by W. J. LeBaron, the southside candi date for the house. Mr. LeBaron's speech was brief but sufficiently com prehensive for the purpose for which it was intended. Capt. P. P. Parker, who a!so looks longingly upon a seat in the house, was the next speaker and as in the caee of the other speakers, there was nothing in what he said that should merit adverse criticism, but the crowd was silently clamoring for something to hold it together. Col. B. J. Franklin as the can didate for district attorney, was next introduced. The presence of Col. Franklin is always an attraction and many who had got up to go away sat down again. The address was eloquent and was both national and local in its character. It abounded in humorous anecdotes, all of which were accepted as humorous, even before they were Highest Honors World' Fair. 'DR MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Frea from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant O YEARS THE STANDARD. related, and the audience applauded in advance. L. H. Orme, the candidate for sheriff, was no speaker, so that Chairman Hughes spoke for him, recounting his official efficiency in the past, and reasoned that it would be so in the future if a majority of the voters of the county would give him a chance. Maj. T. C. Jordan followed in an ad dress which he pronounced should be brief, as it was growing late. He kept his word so well that the effect upon many a doubting voter is feared. Other speakers were 8. Y. Barkley, candidate for assessor, and J. C. C. H. Boone, one of the candidates for justice of the peace of Phcenix precinct. The meeting was closed by an address by Hon. T. E. Parish. Tailoring. PERSONAL. Among the arrivals last evening was A. M. Parsons. J. A. Swenarton returned from New York yesterday. Governor Hughes will return this evening to Tucson. Maj. B. Allyn Lewis was an outgoing passenger iast night. Dr. Hyde, the dentist, and wife, re vieitecLiriends in Tempe yesterday. H. Ohnick and family will leave this morning for the hot springs for a brief outing. Dr. Gregg, Tern pe's veteran physician and solid citizen, was in town yester day atternoon. A quiet, clean, comfortable place to lodge, centrally located end patronized by a desirable class of people is the Gregory house. C. F. Morrell, of Des Moines, Iowa, arrived in the city laBt night. He comes to locate and will enter the real estate firm of Morrell & Sons. Capt. Wm. DeWitt of Prescott, ar rived in the city yesterday afternoon on private and political business. He will remain until the middle of the week. Billie Robinson, who for several months has been in business at Con gress, has returned and will spend the winter in Phoenix. He arrived here yesterday. Frank Murphy, an experienced and thoroughly reliable stage driver, has accepted a position with J. B. Hocker and will hereafter handle the ribboss on the Phcenix end of the Black canon ronte. Bookkeeper Washington, of the Ryder Lumber company, returned last night from a month's visit at Denver. The object of Mr. Washington's visit was matrimony and it was accom plished. Mrs. Washington retuined with him. Among yesterday's arrivals in- the city was Mr. Chas. Gore, of San Jose, Cal., an old associate of Arizona Char lie, and who will assist in the manage ment of the fiesta. Mr. Gore is an organizer and rustler of reputation on the coast. Hon. J. C. Perry, of Tucson, arrived safely last night after two days' con finement at Maricopa, having spent the hours pleasantly with the detained fellow passengers. He is here on legal business as attorney for the Gila Bend Reservoir and Irrigation company. A. P. Shewman, co-editor of the Mesa Free Press, and attorney, spent yesterday in Phoenix on legal business. He is one of the brightest and most in dustrious of Mesa's young Republicans. Mr. Shewman . confidently asserted that a very large proportion of the new vote of Mesa was Republican. GENTLEMAN BROWN. A Benevolent Dog Who Cared for His Vagrant Brothers. Brown -was simply a large dog, who was so strong1, so fearless, so intelli gent, and so active in affairs that he was considered the champion of the town. He could thrash any dog round about and always did it when it was necessary. But he was extremely kind and be nevolent. He showed great kindness to tramp dogs and protected many a wretched little vagabond and saw him safely out of the town in a good condi tion. One day he brought a specially bad specimen home with him. He came into the house and into the dining room, where the family were at dinner, the wretched little tramp dog at his heels. He looked up at his master, wagged his tail, asking for something to eat. A plate of food was set down and the little dog snatched at it ravenously. Brown seemed to think that was all right. When the little dog was through he asked for another plateful and had his own dinner. He kept the little dog for quite awhile, always permitting him to eat first. At night he took the dog into his kennel, himself sleeping on the outside. He was not at all intimate with the dog, treating him as a visitor, not at any time as a friend. The tramp final ly went on his way, strong and well, and as plump and sleek as any dog need be. What was said between these two dogs, both at meeting and parting, would be very interesting to know. It is said that at this time there are twenty-two ex-sovereigns residing in different parts of Europe, none of them in the countries they once ruled. Pius IX., the late pontiff, was driven from Rome during the stormy days of 1S4S. He fled in disguise to Gaeta, and remained there until restored by for eign aid. Emperor Charles V. lived in volun tary exile; during toe last years of his life, His chief occupation in his retire ment, was devising new viands to tempt his gluttonous appetite. I HASSAYAMPER Is one who drank from Ariz ona's famous river in ery early times. He is tall, rugged, Btrong of voice, long of beard and clad in roneh boots, slouch hat and blue jeans. Wp never see one without wondering how he would feel and look in a handsome new suit made by NICHOLSON THE TAILOR. ! r S i! f I i! & ji it OYSTERS. X OYSTERS, CHOPS, STEAKS X SERVED SHORT-ORDER. ! X Fish, oysters, ice cream, and all goods delivered free of charge. X J. A. PHILLIPS, Confectioner. Bull Fighters Expelled. Paris, Oct. 20. The minister of the interior, M. Dupuy, (also premier) has ordered the expulsion from France of six Spanish toreadors who took part in bull fights at Nimes, department of the Garde, and at Dax, department of Landes, yesterday, at which bulls were killed in defiance of the law prohibiting such contests. Medloal. DR. M. Hilton Williams (Late of Lob Angeles, Cal.) Can be consulted at his rooms at the Commer cial hotel, F hcenix, Ariz., for Catarrh, Tliroat Diseases, Bronchitis, Asthma and Consumption, Also Diseases of the Liver, Stomach, Blood and .. All Ailments Peculiar to Women. Consultation Free, CONSUMPTION This giant disease, the prevalence of which is most alarming ana most dreaded by the community at large, is becoming so thoroughly an der stood by scientific men in the profession that we can now aieiy say CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED. It is said that one person in every seven die with some form of lung disease. It is scarcely necessary to give tne symptoms 01 consumption. The first, however, are a sense of weariness upon a little exertion, a disposi tion to remain passive and idle oftentimes rrora no apparent cause, a peculiar teiie-nive-ness to cold, breathlessness, as upon moving, or ascending a hill or stairs, a hac&ingeough flying pains through the chest or back, or under the sboulder blades, slight fsver in the afternoon, cold feefand hands, or in many cases a blue lividity of the lips and roots of the nails. Toe more advanced symptoms are loss of flesh and strength, hectic fever, night sweats and diarrhoea, cough and free expectoration of yellow pus. it is then that the patient begins to realize that he is in the firm grasp of this CATARRHAL CONSUMPTION. Consumption is of two general kinds, viz; Local and constitutional. By local, or citarrh al consumption we mean that which arises from caiarrh, and like its forerunner, catarrh may produce, consumption of the larynx, bronchial tubes, stomach, bowel', kidneys, etc., etc. This is the most common of all kinds of consumption. It is an acknowledged fact that catarrh is a forerunner of consump tion, a portion of the mucus dropping from the head into the throat, passes beyond the epi glottis into the windpipe, from wtence it is easily drawn into the bronchi and air cells of the lungs, where it usually hardens and pro duces solidification of the lungs, which in time softens, causing ulcers or cavities, which in size correspond to the solidified parts. Then thehsof flesh and strength becomes rapid, thechest contracts, the features sharpen, the eye attains an unusually brilliancy, and the ptitient bf gins to realize tbatheis in the last stage of confirmed consumption. CONSULTATION FREE. M. Hilton Williams, ID., I. CP. S.O. Room I, Commercial Hotel, Phcenix, Ariz. GROCERIES. CHAPMAN BROS., WHOLESAEK RETAIL 1 GROCERIES. Special prices made to miners, prospectors, ranchers and cattlemen, buying in large quantities. QQODS PROMPTLY DELIVERED. OUR CASH PRICES ARE THE LOWEST IN PHCENIX. HEAL ESTATE. GEO. B. PEROT, Corner Wasif ton and Wall Sts. P. 0. Box 323. Phcenix, Airiz. I want a list of your property. It makes no difference where it is, so that it is in the Salt River Valley. I can sell all grades, whether cheap lots, choice residence lots, business lots or acreage. It costs you nothing if I do not sell. Carriage at door. No trouble to show property. . I now have buyers lor both city and country property. IMPROVED and UNIMPROVED and can guarantee satisfaction to both prop erty owners and investors. IVtoney Loaned on first-class security at reasonable rates. Borrowers and lenders are invited to give me a call. GEO. B. PERKINS, A BAD LIGHT t You may appear to a great disadvantage. 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