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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MOKNKNG, APRIL 27, 1895.
LOCAL BRIEFS. A Record of Yesterday's Hap penings. Documentary Evidence of Local Prosperity The Santa Catalina Marine Band Today. Guns and ammunition at Talbot & Hubbard's. J. A. Kurtz returned yesterday from a business trip to Prescott. A. telephone was placed yesterday in Murray's ice cream and confectionery . store. William G. Getz had published yes terday a complete pedigree of his blooded horse, Elecwood. x Mrs. Walter J. Howelle, Miss Dora Thomas and Miss Etta Kingsbury will on May 5 leave for New York via Pan ama. C. D. Reppy of Florence, yesterday filed his official bond as territorial immigration commissioner for Pinal county. Yesterday was the annual picnic day for the pupils of Mrs. Bury's private scnool. Aiout ntty ot tne little ones were taken to Phoenix park where the day was spent in unrestricted pleasure. Returns were received at the county superintendent's office yesterday from school elections in disttict 14, east Phoenix, and in district 19, Alma. In the former Mrs. Julia F. Creighton was elected trustee, and in the latter, A. Hunsaker. The Tombstone Chinaman has a sense of humor. Wong Sing keeps a laundry in this city. To a customer who protested that a bill he bad ren dered was exhorbitant the smiling celestial said : "We have to payee war indemnitee." Prospector. Judge Baker returned yesterday morning from Yuma where he has been holding court. He was accompanied by Mrs. Baker. The May term of, dis trict court in this county will open next Monday with an unusually large civil docket. There are about 150 cases. The county recorder's daily list of business yesterday shows a satisfactory condition of affairs in the county. Among the instruments filed were six mortgage releases. Against this evi dence of the discharge of indebtedness was the entry of a small chattel mort gage. The following transfers of real estate and mining property reported by Cog gins & Brown, abstracters, were yester day entered for record: E. H. Jones and wife to the Maricopa & Phoenix Railroad company, sixty feet through 8Wi, sec 9, tp 1 s, r 4 e; Max Rugby to C. Mayer, mining deed to Gold Note, Pride of the West claims in the Eazle Tail mountains. Mollie Monroe, an inmate of the in sane asylum, escaped on Thursday morning. Nothing was heard of her until yesterday when when an Indian trader Bent a note to the sheriff's office that he had run across a crazy woman on the desert near the reservation. He captured her but was unable to detain her. The sheriff at once started in pur suit of her taking several canteens of water as it was probable that the chase would be a long one. The Santa Catalina Island marine band will arrive at 5 o'clock this morn ing. The train by which it came from the coast consists beside the regular train of the special car J. A. Muir, bearing Mr. Muir and the Bannings, the owners of Santa Catalina island, and the special car of J. J. Millis. The train made short itops at Indio, Yuma and other towns along the route, and the band played a couple of airs. By the direction of Mr. Muir it made extra time and reached Gila Bend ten min utes ahead of time. At the request of Mr. James McMillen and other citizens Mr. Muir held the train there twenty fiveminutes and the band serenaded the town as it had never been sere naded before. It went on to Tucson, where it remained all day yesterday. We have just received an other large shipment of la dies' flue Oxfords (tan and black) for summer wear. We are certain that these excel in style and finish anything shown this season. We in vite y)U to call and examine them JJ L Chandler SHOE COMPANY, I Ladies' Fine Shoes Jnst Received. Highest of all in Leavening PERSONAL. Frank Cox was in Tucson yesterday on Southern Pacific business. G. H. Hirschfeld returned yesterday morning from a trip to Los Angeles. Col. Wm. Herring returned to Tomb stone from a professional trip to Chi cago. Gu Heyman, the commercial evan gelist, was an arrival on the Santa Fe last night. Hon. Thos. C. Graham of Florence, returning from a northern business trip reached the city last night. Mrs. Cora Reed daughter of Mr. and Mrg. J. W. Frakes. arrived vesterdav from California on a visit to her parents. Mose Drachman, ho has been in the City of Mexico for the past six months, is expected to arrive tonight on a visit to his home at Tucson. Chief Engineer Drake and Superin tendent R. R. Coleman of the S. F., P. & P., were among the arrivals from the north yesterday morning. Mrs. L. "W. Morgan and her daughter Ethel, left yesterday morning by the ay of Ash Fork for the coast, where tney win spend tne summer. Attorney J. T. Moriarity left this morning on a trip through northern California, Oregon and Washington. He will be absent about three months. Commercial hotel guests yesterday were A. S. Wigging, San Francisco; Geo. N.Adams, Aravaipa; H. O. Dick ton; San Francisco; Herrman Kind, New York ; B. M. Robinson and wife, Chicago; Mrs. M. J. Moore, San Fran cisco; Thos. C. Graham, Florence; S. S. Stout, Glendale; Alice Mann, Peoria; Gug Heyman, San Francisco, Jav Dew ey, city; O. W. Gates, Chicago ; Miss Bessie Thompson, Chicago; J. A. Day and wife Los Angeles. At McKelligon's you can get thefinest hand-made Sour Mash, Bourbon and Pennsylvania rye whiskies. No. 21, East Washington street. AN EDUCATIONAL FORCE By Which the Character of tbe Re. gular Army Will ba Changed. People outside of the army are un aware that it is being made a great educational institution and many Arizonians win De surprised to learn that the posts in the territory as every- wnere eiee nave Deen converted into schools with a well defined 6ystem of instruction. The work was begun five years ago Dut was not thoroughly systemalized until recently. Attention has been called to it by the receipt here of a genera! order for the establishment ot officers' lyceums at the various posts Originally only nrivatea were in. eluded in the general educational plan an4 Natalia n-... . I f iL.:. - oviaiia TCCIC UJQUC lUl lUtTll 1D- struction in tactics, the common branches, history and the geography of tne state or territory in which the post lies. , The plan has now been amplified and a more comprehensive and systematic curriculum with an examination scheme has been added, affording to Bumiera upporiuniues oi promotion. The lyceums now to be created are divided into .three grades, captains, lieutenants and Boldiers. The theory of taciics naturally forms the chief feat ure of the course and is designed to keep fresh in the minds of officers knowledge they had gained at the Point. The course also embraces the higher mathematics and modern lan guages. The officers' division of the army is thus converted from a social to an edu cational circle and private soldiers whose only source of amusement was furnished at the canteen now find em ployment in the school. A natural result of this arrangement is that the character of the army will be wholly changed, that the foreign element in it will be replaced by an American element since American boys will find in it an opportunity and fre quently the only opportunity to gain a useful education. And they will emerge from it useful citizens well qualified for other pursuits. New line of embroideries for ladies' and children's underwear. Larger line than ever before. The Bee Hive. CELEBRATING A BIRTH. Seventy-Sixth Anniversary Odd-Fellowship. of Phcenlx Lodge and the Order of Re beKah Appropriately Observe the Natal Day. The seventy-sixth anniversary of the institution of Odd-Fellowship in the United States was celebrated last night by Phoenix Lodge No. 2 and the recent ly formed Rebekah lodge. The services were attended by about 150 members of the two lodges and in vited guests, and at the close of an in teresting program a banquet embracing satisfying edibles and delicious dainties was served. Ine success of this feature Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report PURE of the entertainment! may be said to have been due wholly to the industry, liberality, skill and good judgment of the ladies of the Rebekah lodge. The following program was pre sented : Music RMlewill Band Recitation Francis Ooyle Sontr, Quartetta Messrs. Walbridge, Dyaart, Mrs 1. M. Nolin, Miss Zelia Dysart Music Home Quartette Anniversary Services. Music Redewill Orchestra Reading. .'. Miss Gertrude McMnllen Music, Quartette Messrs. Wal bridge, Dysart, Mrs. Nolin, MiBS Zelia Dysart The birth of the order was never be fore celebrated in Phoenix by such im posing ceremonies. But then the Phoe nix lodge was never before so strong and enthusiastic and never before did it have the assistance of the 'sister lodge. 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. The Bee Hive carries the largest line of ladies', misses' and children's shoes and slippers in Phoenix. The Pacific Grotto. Thomas, barber, next to Bee Hive. Mrs. Howard has arrived and will be at the Bee Hive from 10 to 12 a. m., and from 2 to 5 p. m. Ladiea desiring a perfect fit in corsets should call and see her. No charge for fitting. TneNe w 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. Racket Bale. store stock and fixtures for The Pacific Grotto. Parks' Sure Cure is a positive specific in all diseases of the lWer and kidrieys. By removing the uric acid in the blcod it cures rheumatism. S. B. Basford, of Carthage, S. Dak., says: "I believe Parks' Sure Cure excels" all other medi cines for rheumatism" and urinary dis orders." Sold by C. Eschman & Co. 5 Phoenix steam laundry, corner Jack son and Center streets. " The Pacific Grotto. The Bee Hive has just received a large line of white Japanese and pongee silk. Gillet's comfort. summer pants yield solid Coffee Al 1 Coffee Al ! Coffee Al ! The Pacific Grotto. i ou are safe in dealing at the Bee Hive everything marked in plain ngures. Ask your grocer tor a Rack 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 the Capitol' mills on East Adams street. Every sack of this flour i? fully guaranteed and if not found as warrant ed purchase price will be refunded. The American Beauty owes her pres tige more to a clear complexion than to any other attribute. A cup of Parka' Tea will enable anyone to possess this. It clears the skin and removes pimples and that sallow, muddy look. Parks' Tea is used bv thousands of ladies for the complexion. Without being a cathartic it cures constipation. Sold by C. Egchman & Co. 6 Delicious steaks, cold storage meats at the Washington Market. Mr. Tovrea butchers only the best stock. The Weekly Republican, containing 40 columns of reading matter, six months for 75c. Two-cent stamps taken. The Pacific Grotto. Sheep for sale. Inquire Room 13, R. E. Daggs. Fleming Block. Screen doors and windows made to Ragbdale & Johnson, Cor. Jefferson and First St. order. In se'liEB good convenient lots at popnlar prices and on easy terms Ed ward Irvine is making it possible for poor men and men of small incomes to own their own homes. Parks' Tea clears the corrmlexion. Mrs. N. Meyette, of LeRoy, N.-Y., savs : "I have used Parks' Tea and find it the best remedy I have ever tried." Sold by C. E&hman & Co. 4 Notice to Contractors. Sealed bids will be received no to April 27 at 2 p. m, for the construction of the third and fourth stories of the Fleming block at Phoenix, Arizona. Plans and specification may be seen at the office of Fred lieimein. 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 per cent of the amount of the proposal. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. Fbed Heinlein, ' Architect. You Don't Have to Swear Off eays the St. Louis Journal of Agricul ture in an editorial about No-To-Bac, the famous tobacco habit cure. "We know of many cases cured by No-To-Bac, one, a prominent St. Louis archi tect, smoked and chewed for twenty years; two boxes cured him so that even the smell of tobacco makes him sick." No-To-Bac sold and guaranteed by O. J. Thibodo. No cure no pay. Book free. Sterling Remedy Co., New York or Chicago. For Over Fifty Years. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Svrnp has been used for children teething. It Boothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cureB wind colic and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. w . i 1 1 r? urarfr k man On Earth ! Santa Fe Route. TEACHERS and others going to National Educational As sociation meeting at Denver in July, should remember that the Santa Fe offers as low rates as anybody else, with better service. Sjecial inducements to small or larffe parties. Through Pullman Sleepers and free chair Cars Chicago, St. Louis and Kansas City to Denver. One Hundred miles' superb view of Rocky Mountains between Pueblo and Denver. Privilege of attending Summer School, Colorado Springs, on re turn trip. Low-rate excursions into the mountains after meeting is over. F,r descriptive pamphlets, ad dress C. H. MOREHOUSE, D F. & P. A El Paso, Tex. Most Picturesque une ro Colorado. t!IHMHMMIIHl tlllltiiiiitiatMtMtMtMiMMit ' " i "i hi in in in in III tt RS. A. M. LEE. 5 Having decided to go out of business, I will begin 3 by having a Special Sale each week until the- entire stock is so reduced that it can be disposed of at auc-3 p tion or otherwise. 5 in 117 1 (if 1011 luis weex m m 200 Straw Hats 2 Hats, Former Prices, 50c, to 75c, B " " $1. to $1.50 B " " $1.50 to $2.25 100 Bunches Flowers, Worth from E Come Early and Secure Bargains, All tt tt 142 E. Washington Street. Ml 1 111 111 III 111 111 HAY AND GKAIN. 1 r a rn 1 r-rmr rii- X 1 ft PiKH, iaa We Will elsewhere. cneaper than you can buy elsewhere. W. D. Hamman, Manager, The I A FRESH LINE 1 Belt Buckles (With Belt.) fc . - VANTILBURG & DAVISON, Leading Phoenix Jewelers. Lumber The largest stock in Arizo na. Lowest prices. De Mund Bros., Madison street and Fourth avenue. Come and eee us. THE USE OF FINE STATIONERY MARKS THE SOCIAL AND BUSINESS STANDING OF THE USER. ,WE PRINT EVERYTHING. The Arizona Republican Co. Fleming Block. P.F.NILSON, JEWELER. THIBODO'S DRUG STORE. First-Class Watch Kepairing. III 111 III III III 111 l II III III 1 H Closing Out Special Sale fU il J mm at Less than Cost. Now 25c 31 Now 75c 3 $1,253 $1 to $2, - - Sale Price 50c 3 These Goods Inst Go. . A. M. LEE.!: tt 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 HI II 1 - m Sell Yon Hay, Grain. Flour, Feed, etc., Special prices to the Wholesale Trade. i Special prices to the Wholesale Trade. Phoenix Hay and Grain Co. OF ; f Sterling Silver: 17 E. Washington St. I PASOOE, 15 S. Center St.