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THE ARIZONA KEF UBL1C AN: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1894.
THE INSTITUTE. Arrangements for Entertaining the Visitors. A Meeting of the General mittee Is Held Last Night. The general committee of teachers of the Phoenix schools for promoting the success of the coming meeting of the teachers of Arizona in the territorial association, the joint institute and the county institute, met last night with the trustees to consider ways and means for the entertainment of visitors. It was decided that it would require about $150 to properly take care of visit ing teachers. The committee has met generally favorable response to their applications to citizens for lodging and board for their guests but this is only a part of what will be needed to make the meeting wholly a success. The open liberality with which visit ing members of the institute were enter tained by the people of Tucson last year is regarded by the committee as the standard, and Phoenix teachers natur ally do not wish to fall below it. A program of entertainment has been partially decided upon. The institute will convene on Monday, December 17. On the first night an entertainment will be held at which a general introduction of the visitors to the people of Phoenix will take place, and the program for the evening will consist of music and literary exercises. . ' On the second night Dr. Comatock of the university will deliver a lecture to the teachers and others. Governor Hughes will deliver an ad dress on Wednesday .night and on Thursday night there will be no public entertainment, but the evening will probably be given to the business of the institute. On Friday night the general reception will take place, the most prominent event of which will be a grand ball. The business of the in stitute will have been closed so that Saturday can be devoted to driving the guests over the city and showing them the more prominent points of interest about the valley adjacent to town. All this of course will require money, about $150, as has been stated before, but the committee believes, and their belief is well founded, that the monev will be profitably spent in upholding rnoenix's good name for hospitality and in awakening a livelier interest in edu cational matters. Salt River Canal company was argued in the afternoon and submitted. Judgment was rendered for the plain- nn in me matter ot u-. w. Uameron vs. the San Francisco Bridge company. The case of W. S. Millis vs. G. C. Israel was diemiesed at the cost of the plaintiff. In the ca?eg of J. E. Walker, assignee of the Hartford Banking company, vs. T. E. Fariehfand the same plaintiff against H. D. Underwood and E. L. Schultz, judgments were rendered for the plaintiff. In the matter of Joseph Campbell, trustee, vs. H. L. Chandler et al, there was judgment for the plaintiff. PERSONAL. Louie Yaeger of Yuma was in town yesterday. Frank C. Hatch returned yesterday from a trip to California. Bishop J. M. Kendrick returned yes terday from a visit to Albuquerque. Mrs. EoBa White of Montgomery, Mo., is stopping at the Gregory house. A. P. Shewman of the Meea Free Press was in town yesterday on legal uusiness. General O'Neill, who has been in the city the past week on business, left last night for Prescott. Arizona Charlie left for 'Prescott last nignt to awaken interest in the matter ot a Dig wild west Bhow. Governor Hughes left veafprriav atternoon for Tucson by the SunBet limited. He will return to the city ouiua iime next wees. J. Nice, for manv months in the re pair department of the H. L. Chandler Shoe company, has returned to his home in East Liverpool, Ohio. Arrivals at the Lemon hotel vestier- day were M. P. Madden, Coronado, Cal., Wm. Tighe and wife, Wisconsin; J. B. Woodson and Jacob Schwartz. Rev. H. 0. Morehouse of Sew York, field secretary of .the American Baptist home mission, and Rev. H. C. Woods of Colorado Springs, district secretary of the same body, arrived in the city yesterday. They will remain over Sun day. Commercial hotel guests vesterday were: F. C. Hatch, Phoenix; C. C. Chase, Chicago; H. L. Morehouse, Mew York; H. C. Woodj, Colorado Springs; J. M. Kendrick, city; C. M. Valoden, Indianapolis; Mrs. E. A. Carter, Los Angeles ; H. Houser, Pres cott; L.J. Yaeger, Yuma;. R. N. Both ner, St. Louis. DISTRICT COURT. The Grand Jury Begins to See Daylight. Several Indictments Yesterday Order In Which Criminal Busi ness Will Come Up. The grand jury of the November term of district court is approaching the end of its labors. Only three more cases of the orignal forty-eight remain to be considered. Yesterday afternoon it was divided into committees for the investigation of the affairs of the various county officers, the county hospital and the condition of the county buildings. This braEch of the work was begun and will proba bly be concluded on Monday. So that the final report will likely be ready on Tuesday. Two reports were submitted yester day. In the first indictments were re turned against Francisco Mariinez, charged with attempted rape and Henry Ferguson, charged with burglary. The charges against C. A. McKean. Milton . Brawlev anH Letitia Watkins for horse stealing and Hi. a. Basset for forgery were ig nored. John Brask was held to trial on a charge of hnrtyn.r-ir All tho npiann. era indinterl were BrminnoH Prion (ko - - . . V , a. i ,UC murderer of Shurbert, was brought in ana pieaa not guilty. 11. a. Crouch, who was to plead yesterday, was too in bo appear and tne pleading was-con tinued one dav it is likelv that th trials nf the no minal cases will not take place until some time in December. The cases al- readv Set will OCCIlnv fl!l nf na-rf aroat and the Monday following Judge Baker win go to luma. Tne business there :n v . . . . . win occupy aoout a weeK and on nis re turn civil cases before juries will be taken up. Ho jury has been impaneled yesterday and none will be until his return as the cases nlrforlv oat in thoa involving matters of law rather than r f i On the civil side yesterday a great deal of business was disposed of, or put in the way for early disposition. The suit of J. B. Norton et al. vs. the JONES OF NEVADA. A Popular Senator's Phrenology Scientif ically Considered. In Senator J. P. Jones we have, ac cording to the Phrenological Journal, an organization of a mellow, respon sive and emotional type. We see here strong indications of the maternal in fluence in the heredity. The rear of the crown is comparatively low. Those qualities of masculine pride which we pointed out in the first subject are here decidedly lacking. It will also be ob served that the indications of feminini ty are present in the nose and eye ihe latter stands out at a great dis tance beyond the bone of the cheek, and wnen we consider that the tern perament is warm and impulsive, wc Dissolution or Partnership. The Co-Partnership of M. ASM & CO. will be Dissolved on Jannary 1, 1895, by Limitation. , To accomplish this object and settle up the interest as it exists between the parties We Will Commence Our Dissolution Sale on Saturday, Oct 20 next , and will sell every article in our line at our cost mark, and will continue to do so until the end of this year Our Stock is Complete in - Every Branch having re ceived a full lme of the Latest and Newest Goods this Season s All Goods on Hand from the Previous Season, Will be Reduced 10 per cent from Cost. We carry the largest stock of fancv fnrm Dry Goods, Ladies5, Misses' and Children's Shoes. Men's and Boys' Shoes, Ladies' & Gents' Famishing Goods. Household Goods, Blankets, Quilts, etc., at Cost Price and Less. We Our stock is now full and complete, and great chances are offered to early buvers -.-jv.iij ouuuuuw inai aij wit; auuve prices, We Will Sell For Cash Only, Irrespective of Parties Our Books Will Close October 20 and we earnestly request all indebted to us to caU f t0 settle-ur interest, that is the bSM? f beSt ffered'youTo Buy a r PHE RED mRNR M. ASHER & CO., Props. Delivery. 1 DIME - XHK l'UUCSIX SPECIAL DELIVERY will call and deliver baggage anywhere in town. PARCELS ONLY 10c. W. S. FIELDS. Stand cor. Center & Washington. Halrdresslne. HOTEL. GENTLEMEN, PAY YOUR BETS! HATS, GLOVES, CANES SUIT of CLOTHES. The Best at GREENE THE HATTER Fleming: Block. BEN ATOB J. P. JONES. may be sure that we are in the presence of an orator of uncommon ability. This man will be not only fluent in the use of words, but they will pour out with a warmth and enthusiasm which will win admiration if they do not produce conviction. The right side of the fore head forms almost a vertical line, ex tending to the inferior edge of the up per eyelid. This flattened external angle is an almost infallible evidence of deficient order. The eye appears more like a continuation of the fore head than an independent structure; so that, if the eyebrows were shaved off, in a dim light one might be in clined to look for them on the line of the eyelashes. There is here a fine development of the frontal lobes. The forehead is well filled out in the central region, which shows literary memory in other re spects than talent for words. This Or ATI - tleman will be brilliant in the matter of history. He should be a capital story teller. His urjrier forehead alsn shows , great suavity that primary mental quality which prompts to a smooth, persuasive, eonciliatnrir w. of address, whether the subject in it self is agreeable or not. In this por trait there seems to be al dication of benevolence. Altogether the character is eminentlv adantpd to a diplomatic career in the public serv ice, or to those literary professions which would afford an opportunity for the display of oratorical talent and the exercise of all the social graces. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Highest Medal and Diploma. Parlors, MBS. N. BVDETTMER, - Late of Denver, the ARTIST HAIRDRESSER, .treats the Complexion for all blemishes. Will give ONK FREE TREATMENT io eacn iaay caller lor one week. Come and luvesuaie. 231 E. Washington St Gregory House Block. Flour. wnen in Need of Don't fail to ask-your grocer for a sack of FLOUR. Gardiner's Extra Family Which is guaranteed to be equal to Kansas Colorado or any other Family Flour now shipped in here. .Patronize Home Industry. CAPITOL MILLS, Phoenix, Arizona. BncK. B RICK CHEAPI WM. REILLY & BRO., At Wm. Cox's Old Yard South nf nn.t Phoenix. Give us a chance to figure before pmuutisiiig eisewnere. JJrust Htore. AT BRISLEY'S "Mountain City" DRUG STORE, Special attention is given to country orders. Try us! Send in bv mail nr omerwiae PRESCOTT. ARIZ. Bakery. STAR BAKERY BREAD Bound Home Made Loaves. MILK STEAM A FULL LINE OF PASTRY. Cinnamon Rolls. Call Cards Supplied. Hang uuc uul aiiu our team win can. A. L. FISHER, Prop. Van Buren Street. Near Five Points. The Arlington House.. The Only First-Class Hotel in Tempe, G. A. Pulver, Manager. GEO. PvPEKKM km Wilton aid fall Sfe. . P. 0. Box S23. i Phoenix, Ariz. Lund the Druggist Cor. Washington and Third Sts., Phamix, Ariz. k. NEW STORE, 7f FRESH DRUGS. PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY. 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 for both city and country property IMPROVED and UNIMPROVED and can guarantee satisfaction to both prop erty owners and investors. Money Loaned on first-class security at reasonable rates. Borrowers and lenders are invited to give me a call. GEO. B. PERKINS, Plioenix, - Ariz.