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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1894.
AMMUNITION, LOCAL BRIEF. 163 OF ' Curtailed Accounts of Many Affairs. EM The Irrepressible Poll Tax Gatherer Many Other Men and Incidents. Window glass at Talbot & Hubbard's License to marry wib isiued yester day to George hi. Woodside and Willy Gordon. Hainbrook & Schorr received a car yesterday containing sixty-three cheap chamber sets. George fjultan has engaged a store in the Sherman block and will sell house hold novelties. A girl wanted to assist in general house work and wait on table. Could attend school. Address lock drawer B, postoffice. The preliminary hearing of Geo. Mc Inernay set for yesterday- in Justice Johnstone's court, -was continued until tomorrow. The rails of the court house jail have reached a height of fifteen feet and the large steel grated windows are nearly all in place. Many prefer homeopathic remedies. Dr. K.eeter'8 Opera House pharmacy keeps the largest line, including most modern discoveries. Although Btill compelled to use a crutch Capt. Gore of Fiesta fame, is improving. Most of the swelling has left his injured foot. George Perkins, who kept doing busi ness all summer when there was not supposed to be any, has two or three big deals on hand which may mature any day. J. H. Prince, who has opened his sa loon in the Wharton, will not continue it after election. He says the location is too far from the main street for that business. Jose Maria Dmllas, for whom a war rant was issued last Monday by Justice Kincaid for stealing a saddle at Tempe was captured yesterday. He will have a hearing tomorrow. A meeting of the directors of the Blood HorBe association was held yes , terday in the district court room to de vise means for raising funds for the coming holiday meet. In the Montgomery addition all last week fifteen men and ten teams were busy plowing, grading and leveling the new streets. There is an abundance of work yet to be done there. The Peoples' party closed the cam paign last night by a well attended meeting on the square south of the court house. The meeting was ad dressed by all the county candidates. Several suits were filed in district court yesterday. Most of them were on appeal from Justice courts. One by Thos. K. Elvey vs. the trustees of school district No. 5 was an injunction suit to prevent the issue of bonds. Jas. B. Bernard was arrested at Mari copa on Friday night on a telegram from Sheriff Murphy for the burglary of the house of Ohas. . Burton at Mesa. A formal warrant was issued for him yesterday by Justice Johnstone. Rev. Winters, the Populist candidate for councilman at large, has resigned his Christian church pastorate and is teaching the Buckeve school, which was given up by Master James when he received his Phoenix appointment. As a proof of the confidence which the Standard iron works have in the future need of heavy iron and steel castings, they have just added to their plants a 25-ton traveling crane. Its erection was superintended by Manager M. Hughes. The ladies'of Trinity church are ex erting especial efforts to make a suc cess of their first entertainment of the season, which will be held at the resi dence of Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Goodrich on next Wednesday evening, Novem ber 7, 1894. Eoadmaster Tom King is after resi dents of the suburbB with a sharp stick. He will see that all male resi dents of Mb district whether citizens or not, either perform a day's work on the roadB or pay $2. Tom is indefatigable and undodgable. Postmaster Thomas took in an un usual amount of cash yesterday. The money which comes to the pcstoffice is mostly silver but Mr. Thomas exchanges it readily for gold and makes his re ports show large sums of the precious metal in possession. For a man who originally came to Arizona for hiB health, E. E. Winters can go back east for a few weeks and re turn with increased avoirdupois, clear eye, wrinkles all smoothed out and generally rested look and keep busy buying goods all the timewhile absent too. The only genuine cold air storage plant in Phoenix is at Triboiet's mar ket. Cold air is produced by refrige ration in various places, but at Tribo iet's only, does the modern scientific process prevail. Triboiet's customers stay with him month after month and change not. Phoenix is no lsnger without a re spectable lunch resort where ladies can go with or without escort and be well Berved. The Creamery is a credit to the city and is already well appreci ated. In a few days it will also supply such goods as are usually kept in deli cacy stores. This will i fill aaother great need, especially to ladies who en gage in light housekeeping. John E. Cocker, artist, newspaper writer and good feliow, returned from a trip to the east yesterday by way of Prescott. He comes back as the ac credited representative of the Detroit Tribune, for which he has been writing illustrated Arizona stories. About a fortnight ago he met and hobnobbed S That carload of low-priced Chamber Sets arrived yester- day. It is the largest ever received. There are 63 of 'em, . bright clean sets, laree mirrors and seta and, oh, how cheap fc we can sell them ! We are happy now and can make you d so if you need us. Hambrook & Schorr. UUUJUJUlUlUlUlUJUiUlUlUJUJUlUlUiUJUJUlUliUUJUlU with his old friend, Dr. Conan Doyle, writer of the famous Sherlock Holmes detective stories. The Miners' saloon on Washington street between First avenue and Center street presents now a neat appearance, as the new proprietor, Mr. Aug. Bolin, has spent considerable money in paint ing and repapering the place. Mr. Bolin is well known as being an enter prising business man and his many friends will be glad to know that he is in business again. For first class drinks, liquors, beer and cigars, the Miners' saloon is in the front ranks. Keep your ear to the ground next weeK and you will hear something drop. Certain candidates will have their bright hopes blasted and will be suddenly let down with a blunt, nauseating thump. There is always a bright side. Listen to the list of specialties next week at Alkire's: Cloaks, capes, ladies' dress goods, kid gloves marked from $1.25 to 75 cents a pair; men's clothing to tit men of any size or shape and shoes for both sexes. PERSONAL. Travelers say that for cleanliness and comfort the Gregory house is cot sur passed by the Baldwin, Lindell, Brown's, Palmer, Hoffman or any hotel east or weBt. A new face this week behind the ma hogany bar at Joe Brennan'a will be that of M. E. Bunker. Arrivals yesterday at the Commercial house were: S. H. Rohe, New York: M. D. Albright, Kansas City; J. W, Morris, Los Angeles and W. E. Thorne, Colorado Springs. The following registered yesterday at the Lemon house: C. Martens and Frank Forester both of New Whatcom, Washington. Judge Baker has returned from a bus iness trip to Loa Angeles. He will con vene the November term of court to morrow, but an adjournment will be taken to Wednesday. DANGEROUS COURAGE. Trailers Who Are Rashly Venturesome with Wild Animals. Beside the regular tamers of wild beasts, of whom the public know from having seen them at their work, there are some more obscure heroes in a wild beast show, namely, the- grooms. These are the men who live among the wild beasts; who go into their cages every day, and sleep within a few feet of the iron bars in order to be ready for any emergency. Cleveland Moffett, in McClure's magazine, says that from living thus in an atmosphere of perpet ual danger the grooms come to have a curious indifference to claws and fangs. Every one must admire a man who can bear pain and face danger. The lion tamer, William Philadelphia, is such a man. Many times had I watched him in his "act" with Black Prince, and wondered whether the lion was really in earnest as he struck and roared with such apparent viciousness, or whether he had simply been trained to play a part. Certainly the lion looked as if his one desire was to kill the little man who teased him so with rod and whip, smiling all the time under his yellow mustache. One night Black Prince sprang ten feet through the air straight at Philadelphia, who saved his life by dodging, but did not escape the sweep of the lion's forearm. No one knew that, however, for the tamer showed no sign of injury, but brought his heavy whip down with a stinging cut over the lion's head, and went through the "act," holding a handkerchief to his face now and then, but smiling as before. When he left the ring it was found that one of the lion's claws had laid his cheek open almost from eye to lip; and yet the man was smiling. "He meant to kiU me," said Philadel phia, as his face was being bound up. "We will never show that lion again," said the manager, much excited. "Oh yes, we will," answered the wounded tamer. "I will make him work to-morrow as usual." And he did, teasing and prodding him that day as never before, as if dar ing him to do his worst. Another Pleasure Gone. "I don't know that these here scien tific inventions do so much for the happiness of man as they air cracked up to," said the farmer-looking man, setting down his soda water glass with a sigh. "No," ventured the drug clerk. "No. F'rinstance, we used to pass the time away in the grocery every winter arguin' which was the mother of the chicken, the hen that laid the egg or the hen that hatched it. Nip an' tuck right along, sometimes one side gett'n' the best of it an' some times the other. Then Sam Hyer, he gits one of them incubators and that busted the debatin' society. No man could argue fer a machine bein' a chicken's mother, of course, an' now we ain't got nothin' to argue on no more. " Indianapolis Journal. LOCAL BREVITIES. For general house cleaning, winaow washing, address J. W. Williams, cor ner 13th Avenue and Jackson Street. Everyone can be interested in the new shoes at Chandler's: Dr. D. M. Purman, diseases of women. Fresh lemons and oranges are begin ning to come in. The choicest are at Clay Leonard's. Dr. Ancil Martin, eye, ear, nose, throat and general surgery. Try Double Koumyss at Walden's pharmacy. A gentle fresb milch cow for Bale cheap. Inquire this office. The ladies of the South Methodist church will give a turkey dinner at the Republican headquarters, Center street, on Tuesday. Meals 50 cents ; 25 cents for children. Open from 11 :30 a. m. to 8 p. m. M. E. Hurley is not running for office this year. Some, of his steers, hogs and sheep have quit running also and are being served up as choice meats at the Hurley market. Found A bunch of keys. The owner can have same by calling at the office and paying for this notice.; The L. W. Blinn Lumber company's office and yard is now located one block south of Commercial hotel. A good chambermaid wanted at the Gregory house. Bright new shoes juBt received at Chandler's. 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'clocE. Subscribe for The Republican. De livered in any part of the city for only 25 cents a week. , The W. G. Getz bicycle agency de sire to call especial attention to their repairing denartment. All repairs done within ten hours. Call and see the 24 pound "Munger," the best wheel on earth. 24 Wall street. "Coffee Al" is what they call him and never was a name more fittingly bestowed. Lunch counter Commercial block. If you bet a box of cigars on the re sult of the election and lose, buy them of Pratt Bros. They received 10,000 of the choicest brands baturday. You get a chance in a $35 gold watch with every 25 ?eni purchase, sixteen chances with a $4 box of cigars. Their musical in struments for the fall trade have ar rived. 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 en me as constable in the event I should be elected. Dan Cannon. All the latest things in shoes at Chandler's. The Irvine Addition. , The Irvine addition which adjoins the southwestern part of Phoenix, of fers a snlendid opportunity to invest ors. The lots are perfectly level, but a few minutes' walk from the court house and are 50x150 in size. They can be bought for $150 in cash and the balance on easy payments. Mr. Ir vine's office is over the store of the Ir vine stationery company. Why pay rent? CltyTaxes. City taxes will soon be delinquent. Tax payers had better call and settle and save costs attached. School Books. GO TO THE IRVINE CO., FOR SCHOOL BOOKS, t Jk 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 this favorite dining room. For Over Fifty Years. Mrs. TVinalow'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. Dajiebon, The Five Point Grocer. Send us 75 cents in stampB 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 unparaleled, climate and re sources. ' Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Most Perfect Made. ll&lrdresslnK. Hairdressing k Complexion Parlors. MRS. N. H. DETTMER, Late ol Denver, the ARTIST HAIRDRESSER. Treats the Complexion for all blemixhes. Will give OSE FKEK TREATMENT to each lady caller for one week. Come and investigate. 331 E. Washington St Gregory House Block. Clears. THE SILVER CHAMPION CIGAR SOLD BY A. COHN & BRO., IS THE FAVORITE IN PHCENIX. Barber Shop. WflTltPtfi To patronize the 11 ttUlcuS WORKING MAN'S 1000 BARBER SHOP. ' The only Shop in the city t That closes on Sunday. Men $ F. HOLLINGSHEAD, Prop. Give Us it Trial. Shoes. NEEDLE TOES ' Are the latestin ladies' and gen tlemen's fine shoes. In oar new fine stock which is the largest and best ever shown in Phoenix, we are showing the needle, piccadilly, narrow and square in the newest designs and patterns Calland see our stock whether you wish to buy or not. We can interest you. H. L. CHANDLER Shoe Company. Insurance. lie Iw M Li ' 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 lilaclismltli. W. M. WILSON'S First Ave. and Jeffeison St. Is the place If , You Want ', Yonr Horse Rightly SM By a Skillful Workmen Or Any Kind of BLACKSMITHING. Farley :-: House, ROOMS NEWLY FURNISHED. E ATHS IN CONNECTION. First-Class Accommodations. Moderate Kates. Washington St., bet. 6th and 7th Avs. Mrs. T. Frymire, Prop. Farley House- Restaurant. NEWLY OPENED. Home made bread, pies and cake. Meals neatly served ami well cooked. MRS. E. KING, Prop. Drugs. J is the most welcome of all remedies. You eet it by always haying on hand a few standard medicines and prepira- toons which may be classed under the head of "ready relief." We have them and you ought to have them, too. Our stock of drugs is unequalled in town, and our prescription department noted for the careful accuracy. We also have a full line of toilet and mani- cure articles. C. ESCHMAN & CO. . , X INSTANT RELIEF X