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THE ARIZONA EEPUBLICAN: THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 1894.
5 CONDENSED NEWS. Record of Recent and Local Events. Phoenix' Connection With the Sun set Limited Trains Police Court Incidents- Window glass at Talbot & Hubbard's. The ladies of the Christian church will give a chrysanthemum social at Gardiner's hall tomorrow night. Every lady is invited to join Mrs. Cooley's delsarte class, Tuesdays and Fridays at 2 p. m. at Mrs. RedewilPs. A girl wanted to assist in general house work and wait on table. Could attend school. Address lock drawer B, postoffice. Jake Politzer left last evening on a business trip to the southwestern part of the territory in the interest of The Republican. In the case of the estate of Marcus A. Fry, a motion to dismiss for want of bond on appeal was overruled and the case set for trial. T. M. N.olan was yesterday awarded a contract for building a handsome frame cottage in Collins' addition for Rev. W. E. Vaughan. Mrs. Henry Heide, wife of the suc cessful candidate for councilman from . Apache county, died while her husband was absent on a campaign tour of the county. Williams .News. City taxes will go delinquent next Monday ,'so that persons who desire to - save a percentage on their contribu tions to the municipality may do so only within the next two days. The condition of E.E.Jordan, Gov ernor Hughes' private secretary, was more alarming last night and his friends are fearful of the result of his disease. He is suffering from pneumonia. W. N. Price will furnish turkeys and winter pears both of superior quality to all who leave orders at the Trask-Kess- ler Grocery company. The Price tur keys have a deserved reputation. J. A. Moynihan, whose business it is to see that his friends are well clad and who sings "Sweet Marie" as a p;de line, better than anybody else, is here today and will leave tomorrow for Tucson. A couple of idle chaps had a loud ar gument near Wall street yesterday. One finally knocked the other down be cause he asserted that M. E. Hurley was not the leading butcher of Arizona. T. J. Morrison, of Tucson, is stopping at the Lemon. He has long been em ployed in the bridge department of the Southern Pacific. He has taken a posi tion in the Maricopa & Phoenix shops. J. G. Hilzingar, talented novelist, at-torney-at-law and in charge of the ac counts of L. Zeckendorf. & Co. of Tuc son, went home last evening after a round of pleasure and Masonic routine. The Valley Cycle club has succeeded in obtaining special rates on all rail roads for the races which begin on the 29. Word was received yesterday from the Santa Fe that the usual excursion rate would be given on that line. Jack Hays, the sneakthief, arrested by Special Officer Webster on Tuesday night for raiding the Capital Bazar street display, was tried before Justice Kincaid yesterday morning and sent enced to ten days in the county jail. The following transfers of real estate were yesterday entered for record: Carrie L. Smart to Bertha L. Smart, lot 17, block 46, and lot 13 iu block 48. W. L. Wood and wife to Lawis A. Grant, a part of saction 28, tp 2 n, r 3 e, $1,125. Tonight the Rev. Preston McKinney and Mrs. R. G. Phillips will deliver ad dresses in the Methodist church at 7 :30 o'clock in the public meeting under the auspices of the Good Templars. An interesting program has been prepared. James Dennis, who insists that he shall be given free meals, and makes dire threats of bloody performances in the event that he does not get them, will have that kind of meals for the next twenty days. That's the length of sentence passed apon him in police court yesterday. Kid Thompson and young Tupper were arraigned in Los Angeles Monday. Thompson was held in $20,000 for com plicity in both Roscoe train robberies and Tupper in $10,000 for complicity in the latter robbery. A strict watch is kept to prevent communication be tween Johnson and Thompson. Sam Hughes returned to Tucson last evening. He remarked after a drive through the valley that if he could find ont why those prehistoric people who once so numerously occupied these fields abandoned their claims he would then venture a prophecy about the fu ture of Phoenix. He is a loval Tuc- sonite. The Maricopa & Phoenix railroad has made arrangements to connect with the Sunset Limited trains which pass Man copa on Friday afternoon and Saturday morning. A special train will leave Phoenix at 2:30 p. m., on Friday to meet the east bound and will remain for the west bound due at Maricopa at 9:10 a.m. A Juvenile Temple will be organized by the Good Templars on Saturday afternoon at 2 :30 o'clock in the Chris tian church. All children and grown folks over 6 years of age are invited to join. The pledge not only forbids the use of intoxicating drinks, but tobacco and profanity as well. Mrs. K. G Phillips is the superintendent for Phoe nix of Juvenile work. ' Senabia Bias, the Mexican charged with stealing a horse from A. M. Aus tin, was discharged yesterday by Jus tice Kincaid. He got the horse but he told an ingenious story of another Mexican near the line who had com missioned him to take up all stock of that particular brand. He had had the Inn TUC EHEQA 1 Not the Mesa of the south side of the Salt, so justly famed SI for fruitful; vine and orchard, but the mesa (table) of rS 2 your kitchens and dining rooms. All tables marked down 25 HER CENT to reduce. We received so many . tables last week that we were forced to rent the whole of the next building. Hambrook & Schorr. MlJUiUMiUUUUJUmiUUUUJUMUUlUJUUUUlui horse since the first of September but did not claim ownership. The classes in elocution at the Terri torial university already begin to show the benefits of the careful instruction by Miss Hughes. This work is also found to have beneficial effects upon the discipline of the students although the university plan of placing the pupils "on their honor" his had very much to do with their deportment, which is the pride alike of professors and students. The windows of the store of the Alkire company are filled jvith beautiful fancy and toilet articles suitable tor Christ mas presents. The firm has devised a scheme by which these goods are to be given away without charge to patrons. Some of the handsomest pieces of silver ware and silver-plated goods of exquisite workmanship that have ever been seen in Phoenix are included in these gift offerings. Said an old and progressive resident of the city yesterday : "I have, more faith in Phoenix than ever. I expect to see a town of 25,000 here in two years. Prospects have never before been so bright as they are today and they will be brighter tomorrow and still brighter next week. I believe that this winter will bring the first permanent move ment in real estate we have ever had. I can almost feel it in the air." Yesterdav afternoon a woman whose distinguishing article of apparel was a divided skirt, or a pair of divided skirts, walked up Washington street. Her promenade was, unfortunately, co- ncident with the closing of the schools for the day, and she became the prey of the observant and irreverent school boy. He flocked along after her, ran in front of her, studying the architecture of her bifurcated garment. "Pants, I'll be darned," cried one, "but they fit her like they was made fer a bigger woman"" (Savs The Winslow Mail :' An idea of what statehood will bring to Arizona may be got from the following number of acres of land that will be donated to the various institutions of the new state: Public buildings at the capital. 64.0J0; the university, 48,000; agricul tural college, 200,000; insane asylum, 100,000; the prison, 100,000; deaf and dumb asvlum, 100,000; miners' hos pital, 50,000 ; normal school, 100,000 ; charitable and penal institutions, 350, 000; county' hospitals, 100,000. A total of 1,112.000 acres, besides four sections of land in every township for school purposes. Anatomical studies seem to have been generally neglected at Tucson. Says the Citizen : Yesterday a find was made on the plaza of what was declared to be a woman's hand. Itjwas of al most the proper size and Bhape, with the first joints of the fingers and thumbs gon'e. The skin was also gone. On reporting the find it was learned that another had been found election day. The find was taken to Br. Spen cer. He pronounces the find not human at all, but a lion's paw with the outer skin gone. The resemblance to a human hand is remarkable, though the tendons are much stronger than would a human's be. A marriage of two persons well known in Phoenix is said to be about to take place in San Francisco. The par ties are Mr. Geo. Gann, Southern Pa cific agent at Maricopa, and Mrs. W. F. Holder, who was divorced from her husband last Saturday. Mr. Gann obtained leave of absence of several weeks from his post, dating from No vember 5, to enjoy a vacation on the coast. Mrs. Holder's divorce case was set for the same day, but it was not heard until the 10th. Mr. Gann left, however, for the coast on the day he intended and Mrs. Holder started on the night of the day on which her di vorce was granted. Was Omitted In the Election Re turns. That Goldberg Bros, sell goods cheaper than anybody. LOCAL BREVITIES. Pacific Grotto. Pacific Grotto. For general house cleaning, winaow washing, address J. W. Williams, cor ner 13th Avenue and Jackson Street. Most of the oranges seen in the stores are of Mexican growth. Clay Leonard has gome choice ones. Dr. D. M. Purman.diBeaBeBof women. The Phoenix Special Delivery will call for and deliver baggage to all parts of the city. All orders promptly attended to. . CONSUMPTIVES try a remedy of merit. "Pneumocura Co.," room 3, Mahoney building. Send us 75 cents in stamps and we will mail you The Weekly Repdblican for six months. No other way to learn all about the Great Salt River valley 5 Weliool Books. GO TO THE IKVINE CO., FOR SCHOOL BOOKS. Dr. Ancil Martin, eye, ear, nose, throat and general surgery. A chrysanthemum fair and souvenir social will be given by the ladies of the Christian church Friday evening, Nov. 16, at the vacant store in the Gardiner block. A good time for all is assured. R. Waldih, Kevstone Pharmacy, tele phone No. 93. The grocery store of R. M. Dameron, Five Points, is deserving of a trial. . Pacific Grotto. Pacific Grotto. A gentle fresh milch cow for sale cheap. Inquire thiB office. Parties desiring lots in the beautiful Simms addition shonld apply to J.T. Simms, Office Room 3 Monihon build ing, from 10 to 12 and 1 to 3o'clocK. "Coffee AI" they caj him and never was a name more fittingly bestowed. Lunch counter Commercial block. Pacific Grotto. Pacific Grotto. The Phoenix Special Delivery will call for and deliver parcels to anv part of the city for 10 cents. " Water! Water I Water! H. A. McKee, the veteran well borer of Southern California, will be glad to see any parties who are wanting wells. 1 use the latest and beet machinery Will put down a few wells as a sample very cheap. Call on or address, 243 West Madison street, corner Third avenue, Phoenix. Six Facts. Fact One : It is but balf a mile from the principal street. ,. . Fact Two: It is upon the grand boulevard and favorite driveway of Phoenix. Fact Three : Each lot faces a park and a row of umbrella and ash trees. Fact Four : Every lot is sold under a building restriction, thereby guaran teeing a good class of buildings and a large increase in value. Fact Five : The title to each lot is absolutely perfect. Printed abstracts are furnished. Fact Six : It is the Simms' addition. Notice to Owners of Fowls. Owners of chickens or fowls of any kind are hereby notified that it is con trary to the city ordinances to keep chickens or fowls of any kind within the city limits without a license from the board of health, and all parties hav ing and keeping any kind of fowls with in the city after the date of December, the 15th, 1894, without having pro cured said license, will be prosecuted under the law. . Kd. Schwartz, City Recorder. The Irvine Addition. The Irvine addition which adjoins the southwestern part of Phoenix, of fers a splendid 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. $50 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? City Taxes. City taxeB will soon be delinquent. Tax payers had better call and settle and save costs attached. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant fiO YEARS THE STANDARD. Die; AMMUNITION. S ... Dry Goods, OH! The Freight Is So Highl LADIES: This Is the excuse yoo have heard for years in Phcenix for high prices in dry goods. The New Dry Goods Store In the Cole Block, Near the Postoffice, Phoenix, Ha, broken the corner in high prices. They are selling their Goods at Eastern Prices. T. JOHNSTON,- Prop. Snoes. NEEDLE TOES Are the latest in ladies' and gen tlemen's fine shoes. In oar new fine stock which is the largest and best ever shown in Phoenix, we are stowine the needle, Piccadilly, narrow and square in the newest designs and patterns G all and see our stock whether you wish to buy or not. We can interest you. H. L. CHANDLER Shoe Company. DressmakiDK. S. W. Corner Second Avenue and Adams St, FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING. Cutting by the French Square System. Goods ordered by samples. Continental Experience. LOOK AT THESE PRICES: Wash Dresses : $3 00 upwards Challies " ... auo Wool " 7.00 Silk ' 9.00 " GOLDEN EAGLE Livery 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. COLORADO ir Work Neat. Substantial and Guaranteed. PRICKS KKASONA15LE. T. F. HICKEY. Proprietor. 301 West Washington St. Two doors east of the Vendome. Miss Aim Mu!r Insurance. The New YorkLife Insurance Company.; d 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 Barber (Sliojj. Wanted: To patronize the , WORKING MAN'S 1000 Men -BARBER SHOP. The only Shop in the city That closes on Sunday. F. HOLLINGSHEAD, Prop. Give Us a Trial. lililOltH Till til. I. M. WILSON'S First Are. and Jeffeison St. Is the place If You Want Your Horse Rightly Shod By a Skillful Workmen Or Any Kind of BLACKSMITHING. Cigars. THE SILVER CHAMPION CIGAR SOLD BY A. COHN & BRO., IS THE FAVORITE IN PHOINIX. Srugs. INSTANT RELIEF is the most welcome of all remedies. You get it by always having on hand a few standard medicines and prepira tions which may be classed under the head of "ready relief." We have them and you ought to have them, too. Our stonk of drugs is unequalled in lowu. a:trt uuf prescription department noted for T.he cuieful accuracy. We also have a full line of toilet and mani cure articles. C. ESCHMAN & CO. BOONE x