Newspaper Page Text
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN : THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 11, 1895.
LOCAL BRIEFS. A Record of Yesterday's Hap penings. Real Estate Transactions A Con firmation of the San Carlos Outbreak Story. tians and ammunition at Talbot & Hubbard's. License to marry was issued yester day to John Maber and Jeannette Mc Gregor. Johnnie Long, the well known ac countant, is now general manager of the Arizona Soap company. It is wonderful to see what an excel lent and durable suit of clothes can be bought at Alkire'a for a email sum. "Wm. Evans, who has distinguished himself as a foreman, seems to be the choice of the department as assistant chief. C. J. Ulmer and two Mexicans were arrested yesterday atTempe for offenses growing out of the quarrel over school section 16. A party o! young friends were hos pitably entertained last evening at the home of Miss Delia Kalfus, a short dis tance north of town. Soon Clay Leonard's store will be rosy with strawberries ; in the mean time his ice cream soda is on tap and drawing crowded houses. T. E. VanPelt, the head miller of the Gardiner mills, is making himself fam ous. He is turning out flour that sur. passes any eaaterrTinake. Theitmofphere of Tn.bolet's exclu sive cold, air storage, unlike that of the big refrigerators, is pure, cold dry and .harmless to the meatB within. The tables of the Alkire company are heavily laden with men's light summer clothing. Their stock of spring suits is such as to please every customer who visits. Mrs. D. M. Purman's division of the ladies of the Presbyterian church will ive an Easter social at the church par lors Friday evening, April 12th. All are invited. t ' A week from tomorrow night will be given in the opera house the musical entertainment by the children of the bisters' school. It promises to be a most enjoyable event. It is rumored that "there will be a change of time on the north and south road, co take effect next Sunday by which the trains will both arrive and depart one hour earlier. Through the Rhodes bicycle agency Harry Leonard has purchased a new wheel, a Munger, said to be the best and most expensive made, designed for bota tbe track and the road. Mr. J. F. Pearce has so far recovered from the result of a conflict with a broncho bicycle six weeks ago that he was able to be on 'he street yesterday with the aid of a pair of crutches. Phoenix Council No. 1, Jr. O. U. A. M. will meet in extra session tonight, at which time business of importance will be transacted. Every member is most earnestly requested to be present. Those 25-cent double faced all-silk four-in-hand ties are melting away like the mountain snows which they re semble. They are to be had only at the Hub Clothing company's, near the postonice. A fashionable fad which prevails ex tensively with the y'ouDger school girls is wide straw hats made of China mat ting sacks and tastefully trimmed. The furniture dealer? have had a wonderful demand of late for their old sacks. Mr. J. H. Prince was busy yeBterday ' receiving congratulations of his friends on the birth of his youngest son on Tuesday night. The youngster is of standard weight, of more than standard voice, but the happy parents do not mind that. Attorney Mark Heissman will shortly return to his former home, Louisville, on a brief vi?it. The journey is inspired by the bright eyes of the daughter of a rich planter on Bear Grass river, who. iShoes Will be worn more than ever this year. Our new spring stock is now complete. Everything new and up to date. All the latest lasts and patterns. We in vite your inspection. ! II L. Chandler t i n. SHOE COMPANY. ! A R i I : tt ka : j Ik. . m pl Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report MM 11 ABSOLUTELY PURE it is said, will accompany Mr. Heiss man on his return to Phoenix. . A letter received yesterday bv J. H. W. Jensen from a man named Patter son in Gila county confirmsTHE Repub lican's story of the Indian outbreak at San Carlos and the attack by the In dians under Dandy Jim upon old man Blevine, his son and a hired man. J. W. Johnson, a colored man ar rested here on Tuesday night on a tele gram from Tucson, was taken away last night by Deputy Sheriff Taylor of Pima county. Johnson denies that he is, the man wanted, and though he generally fills the description he seems of lighter color than the man described. It may be because money is cheaper or it may be because lumber is cheaper or it may be because Phoenix is bound to grow regardless of the condition of the lumber and money markets, but it is noticeable that more wagons laden with lumber are daily seen on the streets than ever before. Articles of incorporation of the Min neapelis and " Arizona Construction company were filed yesterday with a capital stock of $500,000. The incorpo rators are Donald Grant & Co.. of Fari bault, Minn., and R. B. Langdon and others. The obiect of the incorporation is for carrying on' the' construction of the Rio Verde canal. . jt ts ; . On Tuesday night parishioners of the Christian church and many other ap preciative friends of the pastor, Elder W. H. Matlock, treated him to a pleas ing surprise. It was a donation party and the visitors came bearing gifts of everything a pastor needs. A very en joyable evening was spent and both pastor and people parted with a kind lier regard than ever for one another. The following transfers of real estate reported by Coggins & Brown, ab stracters, were yesterday entered for record : Edward F. Thompson to James S. Thompson, se J sec 33, tp 3 n, r 2 e; William R. Johnson and wife to F. L. Mosier, right-of-way along e side w ne nw tp 1 n," r 2 e, $50; Chas. W. Goodrich and wife to L. H. Good rich, nw sec 35, tp 1 n, r4e;E. Irvine and wife to Dan Cannon, lot 13, block 7, Irvine's addition, $75. 3. W. Bernard, a Sacramento bi cyclist, is in tbe city on a summer pleasure tour. He left Sacramento nearly a month ago and traveling slowly reached Los Angeles, 500 miles, in ten days. His description of the mountain roads, valley highways and the smell of flowers and orange bloBsoms is interesting. The trip acro?s the desert was devoid of pleasure but furnished plenty of Dainful interest. His wheel gave out at Maricopa and he had to "lead" it into Phoenix. PERSONAL,. Judge J. B. Woodward spent yester- day in Tempe on legal business. C. P. Cronin, after a jaunt to Prescott and Los, Angeles, will return to Phoenix early next week. J. M. Gregory's hotel, the Gregory house, is second to aone in points of cleanliness and comfort. Miss Maud Thrown graces the office of the Alkire Dry Goods and Clothing companv as the new cashier. W. W. McCoy and A. D. Lyman friends and acquaintances of McKelli gon the saloon man, left last night for Prescott. , George Johnston, the dry goods mer chant, is preparing tp take in a few weeks his departure for the old world otherwise his home in England, where important legal business involving the settlement of a munificent legacy claims his presence. The Bee Hive guarantees all their printed fabrics from 5c lawns up. SWOLLEN WATERS. A Record or Thirty Vears Broken on a New Jersey River. Fleminqton, N. J., April 10. At this point the river is higher than it has been for thirty years. Residents of Stockton fear the canal locks will break above the city and float them. The sit uation at Washington, N. J., is almost alarming. If you want a nice pair of ladies' driving gloves go to the Bee Hive store. Count Castellane, the Frenchman who is engaged to Miss Anna Gould, is a handsome young fellow and is not poor, strange to say. He has money enough to satisfy any French girl. Baeujt be Staal, who succeeds tbe late M. de Giers as chancellor of the Russian empire, is seventy-two years of age and a nephew of Prince Alexander Gortschakoff. He began his diplo matic career at Constantinople on the eve of the Crimean war. The king of Denmark is seventy-six; Queen' Victoria, seventy-five; the king of Sweden, sixty-five; the emperor of Austria, sixty-four; the king of Bel gium, fifty-nine; the king of Roumania, fifty-five; the prince of Montenegro, fifty-three, and the sultan of Turkey and the king of Italy each fifty. Powder Don't buy Cheap John clothing when you can buy perfect fit and finish of all wool suitings for the same money at the Bee Hive. LOCAL BREVITIES. "Upon what meat hath this Caesar fed that he doth scorn us all?", Why, M; E. Hurley's to be BUre, the best in the market. ' t The novelties in ladies' spring and summer dress goods at the Bee Hive are attracting general attention. Lots in the Irvine addition southwest of town close to the railroad can now be bought for $10 down and $10 a month. The office of E. Irvine is over the Irvine stationery store. The Pacific Grotto. The Bee Hive carries the largest line of ladies', misses' and children's shoes and slippers in Phoenix. .' Lumber The largest stock in Arizo na. Lowest prices. De Mund Bros., Madison street, and fcourth avenue, f Come and see us. Registered Jersey bulls for sale from five to twelve months old. Enquire of A. L. Henshaw, box 46, Phoenix, A. T. DeliciouB steaks, cold storage at the Washington Market. Tovrea butchers only the best meats Mr. stock. The Weekly Reppblican, containing 40 columns of reading matter, six months for 75c. Two-cent stamps taken. The Pacific Grotto. " If you contemplate' baying a new spring suit you can't attord to buy without examining and trving on some of our new and nobby spring suits. You are safe in dealing at the Bee marked in plain Hive everything figures. Ten dollar reduction in' lumber. See J. H. Holmes. Gillett the Tailor, is the best trousers cutter in America. ' Pbcenix steam laundry,, corner Jack son and Center streets. Thomas, barber, next to Bee Hive. The Pacific Grotto. Ask your grocer for a sack of Gar diner's best patent flour and you will never buy any other. If your gro cer don't keep it you can be supplied at tbe (Japitol mills on Last Adams street. Every sack of this flour is fully guaranteed and if not found as warrant ed purchase price will be refunded. The Pacific Grotto. Tne New Nickel Plate, formerly the Dairy, is now one of the best patron ized short- order houses in Phoenix. Pure cream in the coffee has done it. Screen doors and windows made to Ragsdale & Johnson, Cor. Jefferson and First St. order. The Pacific Grotto. Coffee Al ! Coffee Al ! Coffee Al ! Too Soon to Swim. A few more days at the rink and then swimming baths at the park. While it is a little early yet for swimming it is just right for skating and the rink should be well patronized these few re maining weeks. Notice to Contractors. Sealed bids will be received up to April 27 at 2 p. m, for the construction of the third and fourth stories of the Fleming block at Phcenix, Arizona. Plans and specification may be seen at the office of Fred Heinlein, architect, room 11, Fleming block, from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check of not less than 3 oer cent of the amount of the proposal. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. Feed Heinlein, Architect. La Fiesta de Los Angeles. The Santa Fe, Prescott and Phoenix railway will have on sale April 12 to April 17 inclusive, round trip tickets Phcenix to Los Angeles and return for $27,95. The tickets are good to return until April 25. Do not miss this oppor tunity to attend the celebration. For further information apply to I. P. Smith, commercial agent, Phcenix. Don'tTobacco Spit or Smoke Your Life Away? is the truthful, startling title of a book about No-To"Bac, the harmless, guar anteed tobacco cure mat braces- up nicotinized nerves, eliminates the nic otine poison, makes weak men gain strength, vigor and manhood. You run no physical or financial risk, as No-To-Bac is sold by R. E. Lightburno under a guarantee to cure or money refunded. Book free. Address Sterling Remedy Co., New York or Cbicego. A Growing Neighborhood. In selecting a location for a home most people are desirous of finding a neighborhood where the residents aie well-to-do, congenial and refined. As there is a limitation upon the kind of houses which may be erected in the Simms addition, none being allowed which cost leBS than $2500 and as the lots are all 100x200 in size and in the most desirable and consequently val uable part of the city, the inevitable consequence must be that the neighbor hood will be all that can be wished. For Over Fiftv 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. THE USE OF FINE STATIONERY i n i i i MARKS THE SOCIAL AND BUSINESS STANDING OF THE USER. WE, PRIST EVEuYTRM The Arizona Republican Co. Fleming Block. L.DMHEK. D Successors to HOLMES, GREGORY & LINDSLEY, At the Old Stand. On Washington Street. Oar prices for cash are intended to secure your trade. For the present we quote in small lots : 1st Common Arizona T $24 00 2d Common A rizona , . 21 00 No. 1 Oregon Pine Flooring 86 00 No. 2 Oregon Pine Flooring 32 00 Oregon Pine 8cantling, any size upto40.ft, 29 50 MILL WORK AT REDUCED PRICES. Box Window Frames, $2 each, made of clear lumber. $1.60 in house bills. 2 ft. 9 in. by 7 ft 1 in. and smaller for 8 in. Brick Wall, including O. G. Staff Mould, O. complete. G. Stops, Parting Strips, The chance of a lifetime to make a stake. Lots 50x15 .AT $50 each and up .EST THE IRYINE ADDITION Sold on installments of $5 a month, Ten per cent off for cash E. IRVINE. , V Office Over The Irvine Stationery Store, Phcenix Wanted Forty Acres Will Pay Cash. Investments. PLANK INVEST MENT. I make a specialty of sound Investment real estate in Phcenix and vicinity. In every cage the return Is good and the safe ty of the principal will be absolute. Jf yon have from S10O to 10.000 to invest se me or yon mar miss a good opportu nity. PLANK, 33 SO. Center Bt. Barber Shoi. The Fashion Barber Shop. FRANK SHIRLEY, Proprietor. LADIE8' WORK DONE . AT THE 8HOP OR RESIDENCE NEATE8T BATH RO0M8 IN THE CITY OPPOSITE THE OPERA HOUSE. Assayers, , E. L. BURLINGAME'S ASSAY OFFICE s; 52, .Established in Colorado. 1866. Samples by mail or express will receive prompt and care ful attention. Gold and Silver Bullion .$SE2 AddreBi. 1736 aid 1738 Lawrence St.. Denver, Colo. migration. F. J. O'BRIEN, , TERBITOfelAL-f ' MMIGRATIOS COMMISSIONER Information Furnished Upon the RESOURCES OF MARICOPA COUNTY ' Phoenix. Arizona. , ' Camp ? : ' . i '. Tri-Weekly Stage JJne. Through in, one day; : 8-paSsenger, 4-norat tborouehbTace wagon ; change horses at Crosr ranch and at Mountain Bpirngs: leaves h.iuk man Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 7:30 t m., and arrives at camp at 7 p. m. same day. Leaves White Hills Gamp Tussday, Thursda? and Saturday at 8 a.m., and arrives at Kin man at 6 p. m. same day. Fare, $7; freight3c Shortest and most direct route to the Nev White Hills mining camp. Stage office at stort the W. H. Taggart Mercantile company. Xztn conveyances on application. . CROHN CO..Prop', ,.,5. Kinsman, Aria. No. 1 Rustic 36 00 No. 2 Rustic 32 00 No. 1 Beveled Siding 22 60 Clear Redwood SMnEles 2 75 Batch Head, Pulleys and Pockets, all Oft. Alfalfa E. E. Peisgqg- 15 S. Center St.