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THE AEfZONA EEPUBLICAN: FKIDAY MORNIiNG, NOVEMBEK 2, 1894.
5 LOCAL BRIEFS. Yesterday's Accumulation of Home News. Last Meeting of the Precinct Repub lican Club Trial of the Maricopa Train Robbers. Window glass at Talbot & Hubbard's Shelves piled to the ceiling with superb, stylish, astonishing ladies' dress floods Alkire'a. Betting mHy'be no argume'ut why is it that so much money is ottered on Murphy without takers ? A. suit in ejectment was begun m 'district court yesterday by H. C. Bu ford against Laura . Warren and M. V. Warren. The Pioneer band has received its new military uniform and is now a thoroughly established feature of the regiment. A girl wanted to assist in general house work and wait on table. Could attend school. Address lock drawer B, postoffice. t C. O. F. Youngstrom an expert plumber, has opened a shop in the basement of the Fleming block, under the hardware Btore. Architect Heinlein and Territorial Treasurer Cole went yesterday morning to Tempe to inBpectthe work on the new Normal school. Miss Kosie Proops, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jaon Proops, has been award ed the medal as the best debater at the San Jose Normal school. Maj. J. W. Evans has increased the force in his office by securing the ser vices of John J. Hickey. Mr. Hickey will enter upon his new duties today. J. H. Prince, who has for two years been conducting a saloon in the Loring building, on Washington street, yester day removed to the Wharton block on Center street. 8. D. Lount yesterday contributed a sample of ripe dates to the chamber of commerce display. They are brighter in color and of much more rich and delicate flavor than the imported fruit. The polling place of West Phoenix precinct, located at the Wharton block, Center street, has been ordered changed to the Creighton building, Second avenue, between Washington and Adams streets. . A little child of Mr.and Mrs.Theodore Lntge died early yesterday morning of tuberculosis after a distressing illness of nearly a month. The funeral took place yesterday afternoon under the direction of W. H. Smith & Co. Charles Dempsey and Bert Davis, convicted before Justice Ramsey, of Gila Bend, of an assault upon 'Jhris tian SchUBter, were sentenced to fifteen days in the county Jail. They were brought up by the recurrent constable, L. F. Patteson. A final meeting of the -Phoenix Pre cinct Republican club was held last night at the headquarters of the county committee. It was a purely business meeting and related only to the closing up of the club's affairs and preparation for election day. J. A. Black, the leading jeweler of the territory, is contemplating opening a branch store in Phoenix. Mr. Black's reputation as a thorough business man and intimate knowledge of every branch of bis business entitles him to the confidence of the citizens of Phoe nix and we hope he will decide to be come one of us. Articles of incorporation of the Tern pe and Mesa Produce company were filed vesterdsiy. The incorporators are W. L. Van Horn and Chas. N. Taylor and others, and the principal place of business is Tempe. The capital stock is $22,500. One object of the corporation is the operation of an extensive ice and cold storage plant. E. H. Winters returns this morning from his eastern purchasing trip. In its course, according to his letters to Mrs. Winters, he has bought more goods than ever on any of his previous trips. Mrs. Winters does not attempt to explain it, but says the new goods are all marked from 25 to 333' per cent lesB than those of last year. There wns war in block 41 on Wed nesday night. Wm. Bernard and his wife made an assault upon Frank Bap tiste and left him disfigured and a pro per subject for court plaster and arnica. The assailants were arrested yesterday morning on a complaint by Alice Deschamps. They will have a hearing before Justice Kincaid this morning. Mr. F. B. Devereux yesterday re ceived aB a present to his wife from Mr. Fitch, of the Peerless Manufactur ing company, Louisville, Ky., two handsome, bronze placques representing "Night" and "Morning," Thorwald sen's famous companion pieces. The placques are nearly three feet in diam eter and are exquisitely finished. The following transfers of real estate were yesterday entered for record : C. J. Dyer, S. D. Lount and J. H. W. Jensen, executors of the estate of John King, to R. W. Rutherford, lots 9 and 11 in block 18, Phoenix, $2,350. S. Jones to Martha C. Jones, part of block 13, Linville addition. E. H. McHenry to Eliza L. Rothrock, lot 13, block 7, in Goldman's addition to Tempe. C. E. Champie, of the Mountain Chief mine, last night shipped a car load of ore to the state sampling works at Den ver. There were thirteen tons, averag ing about $140 to the ton. The ore is from the far.ous Mountain Chief mine in the Humbug district. Mr. Champie is elated over bis prospect ot wealth in this property. He is down now 175 feet, and the deeper he goes the richer the treasure becomes. Henry Morgan returned yesterday from Gila river Indian reservation where he had gone to subpoena two For Twenty Days g A carload of low price chamber sets has S been on the road. It is probably in this morning. If so, we can startle you with t prices. Better call at the store and see if you need a set. pambrook & Schorr. J luuwjuiiuuiuiiuuiiuujaiiuiuiutiiiuiiiujiuiuujiuu Indian witnesses in the trial of Armer and Rogers, the Maricopa train robbers. The trial will begin at Florence next Wednesday. Tbeee two Indians saw Armer Rogers and a companion sup posed to be Donavon on the morning before the robbery. The robbers were then going in the general direction of Maricopa and had lost their way. The hook and ladder company had a meeting last night at the fireman's hall at which the question of the tournament was brought up and the matter of the railroad celebration proposed in yester day's Republican was discussed. The members were strongly in favor of that feature including the fireman's tourna ment already proposed should be held. The other contest coming a month or two later they thought could be enter ed into with just as great enthusiasm. PERSONAL. C. M. Buel of Elgin, 1:1., is registered at the Gregory hotel. E. A. Reynolds of Reedaville, N. C, an expert marble worker, will arrive this morning to take a place in the yards of W. H. Smith & Co. Mrs. W. T. Calderwood arrived this week from Sacramento. Mr. Calder wood, who is with Boone & Lewis, has been for some time anxiously awaiting her coming. Mr. J. Roe Young, agent at Sacaton arrived in town yesterday accompanied by Mr. R. M. Shelby, special Indian agent now on a tour of the agencies. Commercial hotel guests yesterday were S. Levine, New York ; J. K. Green baum, Louisville, Ky. ; L. C. Hughes, Tucson; Frank Reinhart, Booneville; L. F. Patterson, Gila Bend; Wm. Cox, Congress. Robert Black, a brother of Maj. J. A. Black of Tucson, has recently arrived in Phoenix and will probably locate permanently in Phoenix. Mr. Black is a thorough business man and tor years has made a specialty of the preparation of abstracts and the transaction of other business in connection with real estate. WAS IT SUICIDE? watched the well-lighted car approach. Possibly the lights and the noise dazed him as he was crossing the track. As the car bowled by there was a wild kiyi under the horses' hoofs and the wheels rolled over something. The conductor went back to investigate. "Only a dog," he said, as he rang to go ahead, "and he's dead for fair. What I don't understand is why, with the whole street free, he should permit himself to be run over." LOCAL. BREVITIES. For general house cleaning, window washing, address J. W. Williams, cor ner 13th Avenue and Jackson Street. Dr. Stroud, eye, ear, nose and throat. Mrs. Cooley, elocution, Gilson block. Try Double Koumyes at Walden's pharmacy. A gentle fresh milch cow for sale cheap. Inquire this office. Have you tried those hot cakes with Vermont maple syrup and delicious cof fee all for fifteen cents at the Creamery ? None but reliable shoes sold at Al kire'a. The L. W. Blinn Lumber company's office and yard is now located one block south of Commercial hotel. 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. Subscribe for The Republican. De livered in any part of the city for only 25 cents a week. A Homeless Cur Which Found No Sympa thy in the Wicked City of Gotham. He would probably have responded : to any old name with a waggle of his stumpy tail. He was a chummy little cur if encouraged, but as he slunk around the corner of Eighty-first street into Central park west late one Sunday night, says the New York Sun, two fresh wounds on his back indicated that his friendly advances had been re pulsed. Somebody had struck or kicked him and his body was quivering with pain. He was unattached, hun-, gry, and weak, but he had hopes. j A boy came down the street' and made a strike at him with a stick. Thej dog drew back into the doorway of an apartment house and stood there J tninking it over, tie smired tne air 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. . Send us 75 cent's in Btamps and we will mail you The Weekly Republican for six months. No other way to learn all about the Great Salt River valley and its nnparaleled "climate, and re sources. From Gotham. When in New York our buyers paid especial attention to securing a stylish line of ladies' capes and cloakB. Come and behold the result. The Alkike Company. weakly and found in it no suggestion W XUCU, VV1LU a XIUUC VV C ' nursed his wounds. A man came out of the door, and finding a scraggy-( looking cur blocking his way, kicked him to one side and walked up town. The dog picked himself up. Perhaps he would have better luck next time, so he just loafed around. He attempt ed to tag behind a passerby as if he be longed and just as he was regaining his -self-respect the man turned around and said: "Get out, you cur." The dog stopped short. He watched the man until he turned down a side street. Then the dog walked back to his corner still hoping. When a young woman with her escort passed him he was a wise dog and he got up a little appealing bark. The young woman bent over and said: "Why, yon poor, lonesome little dog." And when she patted him on the head his stubby little tail waggled hard and his eyes brightened. This was the sympathy he had been looking for. He fell in behind and followed his newly acquired friends to an apartment house half a dozen blocks up the street, Sev eral times the woman turned around and addressed a remark to him, and she called him "doggie" because she hadn't known him long enough to give him a name. She probably would at tend to that after she had fed him. As his two friends entered the apartment house they evidently forgot him, for the door was closed in his face. They would remember him when he barked, so he made a noise. Then he whined a little and waited. An open English avenue car was com ing down grade at a rapid pace, and a party of picnickers in it were singing. The (log walked out to the curb and Rooms Not All Taken. In order to contradict an impression that has prevailed to some extent lately, the Walsh sisters announce that there are a few of the moBt desirable rooms of the Sixth Avenue hotel still obtainable. Fifty Cents a Gallon. In order to satisfy the extraordinary demand for the claret wine which Louis Melczer has marked down to 50 cents a gallon he has decided to continue that figure a few days longer. Firemen Attention. All members of the Phoenix fire de partment are requested to meet at the engine house Saturday November 3, 1894, at 8 p. m., for the transaction of business. By order of H. Goodman, J. M. Shott, Sect. Chief. 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. Notice to All Who Eat. After November 1 we will sell for cash only. We have no favorites but all will profit alike by our cash system. Soliciting a continuance of your liberal patronage we are yours to serve. R. M. Damebon, The Five Point Grocer. City Taxes. City taxes will soon be delinquent. Tax payers had better call and settle and save costs attached. School Books. GO TO THE f. S IRVINE CO., 2 FOR 5 AMMUNITION. Commercial Dininar 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. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Most Perfect Made. Ilalrclresslna:. Hairdressing & Complexion Parlors. MRS. N. H. DETTMER, Late of Denver, the ARTIST HAIRDRESSER. Treats the Complexion for all blem ishes. For wrinkles, or to Develop Face, Neck and Bust use Skin Food with Massage treatment. For clear, transparent complexion, use Face Bleach. To cleanse the face and hand, use Almond Meal, it is cheaper than soap. Will give ONE FKE TREATMENT to each lady caller for one week. Come and investigate. 231 E. Washington 8t Gregory House Block. Blankets. This is something to Interest you all. To all purchasers of Navajo Blankets I "jJJ D u ri n g the Fiesta Now is the time to invest. Bed blankets "new lot" from $4 up. Saddle blankets from 75c up. Rugs ia sizes and prices to Bizit Hr- PHfflNIX OIL CO., Clears. THE SILVER CHAMPION CIGAR SOLD BY A. COHN & BRO., IS THE FAVORITE IN PHCENIX. Barber Hlio ji. TIT 1 - M VVJTlTPflX To Patronize the 11 uuluui WORKING MAN'S 1000 Men t BARBER SHOP. The only Shop in the city That closes on Sunday. F. HOLLKGSHEAD, Prop. Give Us a Trial. SCHOOL BOOKS. BEAUTIFUL BUTTON BOOTS Beautiful Women! Plain Women Can Wear Them. THEY FIT THEY WEAR. H. L CHANDLER Shoe Company. Insurance. lb in M life. Insurance Company. BOONE 4 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 Blacksmith. W. M. WILSON'S First Are. and Jeffeison 8t. v Is the place - If You Want Your Horse Rightly Sbod By a SU1M Workmen Or Any Kind of BLACKSMITHING. Farley:-: House. ROOMS NEWLY FURNISHED. E ATHS IN CONNECTION. First-Class Accommodations. Moderate Rates. Washington St., bet 6th and 7th A vs. Mrs. T. Frymire, Prop. Farley House- NEWLY OPENED. Restaurant. Home made bread, pies and cake. Heals neatly served and well cooked. MRS. E. KING, Prop. A CARD invites inspection, and that s especially the case with our card which tells yon 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.