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THE AEIZONA REPUBLICAN : THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 2, 1895.
LOCAL BRIEFS. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Parks' Sure Cure excels all other medi cines for rheumatism and urinary dis orders." Sold by C. Eschman & Co. 5 A Record of Yesterday's Hap A penings. The Slmms Divorce Case Before a Referee Preparing for the Picnic. Knteht Templar charms, Cook & Bell. Lav's' shirt waist Bets, Cook & Bell. ' Guns and ammunition at Talbot & Hubbard's. Ladies' silver belts. Cook & Bell, jewelers next to postoffice. Griswold has a bid out for certain Democratic city committee-men. Norman Wilson will spend his sum mer vacation at his old home in Oregon. The latter part of next week will see a first class theatrical attraction at the opera house. In the voluntary collection taken np at Miss Whitehurst's concert, 105 nick els were included. "Little Billie" Coffee Al's first lieutenant will open a lunch counter next door to his former employer. Jim Griffin has moved his bicycle business into the rear of Green's store where the wheels will be for rent as usual. The hideous monsters on the side walk in front of the Phoenix Stationery and News company are proving a great attraction. Burtis has a stock of the old reliable Buckeye mowers, the only mower which standB the wear and tear of use in this valley for fifteen years.. Miss Annie Walsh left last night for Los Angeles and other points on the coast, where the will spend the suru . mer months visiting friends. Mark Heissman spent yesterday in bed with a severe attack of tonsilitis. He contemplates an extended summer visit to his Louisville, Ky., home. In these early days of May the thoughts of many turn to water coolers. Ueyman has an immense line of them and never fails to please all inquirers. The members of the Christian church Sunday School will meet at the church at 4 o'clock this evening to receive their badges for the nnion picnic to morrow. The Rhodes branch of the Getz bicy . cle business in the Sherman block, and the Cal Williams division adjoining Hambrook & Schorr's, are both doing a flourishing business. Among the out bound passengers over the north and south road last night were M. Michaelson for Williams, Thos. Lutz for Riverside, Cal., and Thos. R. Wheeler for Lob Angeles. All members of the Baptist Sunday School will meet at the Baptist church fifteen minutes before Beven Friday morning to receive their badges, en titling them to free ride to the picnic. McKelligon, the saloon man, evidently is in business to stay. He has laid out McKelligon park in the rear of his emporium, which promises to become in the near future a cool and shady re treat. Dr. Norton territorial veterinarian says that his reoorts from all over the territory show that from 4,000 to 6,000 head of cattle are being shipped from Arizona mostly to Kansas, Montana and Colorado. T. L. Gray (alias Wanamaker) who has put the tape upon so many citizens of Phoenix for suits of clothing is now selling soda water at Phillip's. He draws soda with the same enthusiasm that he sold clothing. Belated returns from the late school election are still coming in from remote precincts. Notices of election were re ceived yesterday of I. N. Taylor in Washington district No. 6 and Geo. H. Hoffman in Enterprise district No. 39. The engineering corps sent out yes terday morning on the preliminary survey for the north and south road extension went over a mile of line. 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 ju to call and examine them :JL Chandler i Ladies' I Fine Sloes Jost Received- T J I -SHOE COMPANY I ABSOLUTELY PURE A greater distance will be covered to day. The work for the first five miles is very simple. All persons intending to attend the Union Sunday school picnic near the Box canyon tomorrow, are requested to notify Dr. L D. Dameron today that he may in turn notify the railroad com pany so that adequate accommodations for all may be provided. "Coffee Al" returned yesterday morn ing from a visit to Prescott. He has decided to establish in the northern city an eating emporium similar to the one he is running here with so much vigor that a hungry man can no longer be found on the streets of Phoenix. Evidence in the Simms divorce case was taken yesterday before Referee C. H. Holmes. Suit was filed by Col. Jas. T. Si trims some time ago alleging deser tion. Mrs. Simms filed a cross bill. This was afterward withdrawn and the defense determined to devote itself en tirely to resisting the application. The evidence will shortly be submitted to the court. Attorneys for the plaintiff are C. F. Ainsworth, Pierce Evans, and Fitch & Campbell. The defendant is represented by Kibbey & Israel and Walter Bennett. The following transfers of real estate reported by Coggins & Brown, abstract ers were yesterday entered for record: M. E. Collins to Lou Luke lots 22 and 24, block 17, Capitol addition, $500 ; J. A. Lutgerding and wife to Samuel R. Hibbard, lot 12, block 28, Linville ad dition, $250; Jesse Bryant and wife to Daniel Nicholson, lot 22, block 2, Tempe, $50; Geo. J. Smith and wife to L. B. Morrell, five acrea in neJ-4 sec 29 twp2nr3e, $750; F. M. Czarnowski and Frank Luke to John H. Mulford n ae4 and ee ne sec 15 twp 1 n r 3 e, $3,200; John L. Gibbert and wife to Warren W. Barrett e 90 feet lot 2, block 9, Mesa, $500. PERSONAL. Mrs. Garrett is quite ill. Dr. Buell went this morning to Pres- cott. C. D. Baker is in Flagstaff on mining business. Mrs. Borton is sloly recovering from her recent illness. ' F. G. Wentworth, after several' days of prostration, is about again and im proving rapidly. Globe Silver Belt : J.B.Early, who was attorney in several important cases before the court, returned to Phoenix yesterday. Miss Adabelle Goodrich who has been visiting Mrs. Perry Wildman in Tempe returned yesterday after a week's pleasant sojourn in the Butte city. Mr. W.W. Weed, the stenographer, was yesterday joined by his family, who have been living in Los Angeles for the past year. They have taken a residence on Van Buren street, near fourth. Commercial hotel guests yesterday were T. H. Sutton, Los Angeles. J. W. Hanson, Mexico; J. M. Nichols, Tomb stone ; J. W. Bowen, San Francisco ; M. S. Albright, Kansas City; C. E. Darling, Los Angeles; C. J. Harris, Douglas, Ky. ; Kobt. McDonald, city. At McKellieon'e you can get thefinest hand-made Sour Mash, Bourbon and Pennsylvania rye whiskies. No. 21, East Washington street. Tt'a a hirrl What? That hammnpfc for $1.50 at the Phoenix Stationery and iewa company. A MECHANICAL MANIA. Many Local Saloons Adding a Scien tific Department. A great and growing interest in me chanics has taken a strong hold upon a very estimable class of Phoenix citizens. Many of them never took any interest in machinery, but the enthusiasm with which thev are now seized makes up for former apathy. This new born in terest is manifested in the working of a new style of beer pump by which two varieties of beer may be drawn from the same faucet by a Bimple twist of the barkeeper s wrist. Students of me chanics stand three and four deep in front of bars in saloons in which this new style pump is used. The warmer the weather the bigger the crowd and the more intense the interest in the puzzling principle of the pump. The bartenders or white-aproned demon strators are very accommodating and painstaking. They work the pump hrst one way or another lor the dissem ination of information among the scien tific students. He sings all day long, "Do vou want Bock or Pale?" Some times the song is varied to "Do you want Schhtz or Anheuser-Busch?' It takes the average student twenty- five or thirty minutes to master the first principles of the pump. The next day he comes back to bnd out more about it and takes an advanced degree in mechanics. His education in this branch of science can never become quite complete. About the time he begins to think he has got the subject down fine along will come another and more complex and wonderful pump and he'll have all his work to do over again. Man must either progress or recede. He has to keep up the push and make technical observations of the fin de siecle beer pump or he may in Bheer discouragement go back to the contem- plation of the beautiful simplicity of the old cedar or plain brass faucet. But to the progressive student there is a crowning reward. After he has learned ail there is to be learned in the science of beer pumps he may be promoted to a post graduate coarse in one of those justly famed institutions founded by a well known medical gentleman named Keeley. New invoice of picture moulding at the Phoenix Stationery and News com pany. HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES. Commencement Exercises at the Opera House Tonight. . An Excellent Program to Which all the Twenty-Three Members of the Class Contribute. Commencement exercises o( the graduating class of the high school wijl be held at the opera house tonight. The class during the last two months has been preserved intact by private subscription and has thus been enabled to complete the course of study. The graduation therefore is regular and the-continuance of the school by subscription has been sanctioned by the trustees, who have lent all the en couragement possible. There are twenty-three members of the class the largest ever graduated from the Phoe nix high schools. An admission of 25 cents will be charged and the proceeds will go to cover certain expenditures in the con tinuation of the school for which pri vate subset iptiocs have been inadequate The following program designed to oc cupy about two hours has been arrang ed. The annual address usually de livered by the president of the board of trustees will be delivered by County Superintendent Crouse: Choms Class America All Salutatory Flora Mills ura aon Treasures Lie Deeply Buried Jfaear wuson Recitation. .. .-..Magfie WilUscraft Unsay The Comfne Women Alice Frvmire Chorus ; Class Essay Influence of the Press Clay Henshaw Duet Misses Richmond and Plank Oration What Arizona is Entitled To C has . Johnstone Double Trio : Misses Hauxhurst. Richmond. Mc Bride HenBhaw, Flank and Rhodes History .Chas. Richmond Violin Solo Selected Orie Lincoln Prophecy ; Mamie Plank Valedictory Malcolm Gillett Chorus Class Presentation of Diplomas... . . CLABJ AND ESSAYS. Autumn s Eva Bicknell The Coming Women Alice Frymire Valedictory. . l. . i. . . .Malcom Gillett The Influence of the Press Clay Henshaw At the Mercy of the Wavei Adele Hauxhurst Arizona's Rights Chas. Johnstone Latin Harry Logan Abuse ot the Press ; One Lincoln Salutatory Flora Mills Infinitesimals Katie Morgan Environment Will McBiide The Responsivo Chord Annie McBride Prejudice IdaMcCullough Mind Your Own Business Ethel McKinney Pluck Jessie Norton Prophecy Mamie Plank Signs of Time Gertrude Rich History Chas. Richmond Higher Musical Education Mary Richmond Recollection of School Lena Rhodes Influence Maggie Williscraft Treasures Lie Deeply Buried Edgar Wilson Should Ladies Ride Bicycles? Clara Buford For the Ladies The automatic hair curler at the Phoenix Stationery and News company. 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. Delicious steaks, cold storage meats at the Washington Market. Mr. Tovrea butchers only the beBt stock. Phoenix is Boon to be awarded a new enterprise which appears to us deserv ing of more than passing observation. It is to be an extensive market of fruits, tish and flowers located next to Henry E. Kemp's hardware store in the new brick now being erected on the Irvine property. ' Mr. S. B. Hall assisted with the management of Mr. Lem Bremson, one of the two young men who are the projectors of the concern, are both of California are well and favorably known both at their former home and among several of our solid buaines men as being able and prepared to do all they undertake in thiB line. They will undertake to establish a metropoli tan inarKet of fruits, fish and flowere, shipping their fruits in carload lots and handling every variety of ocean game shell fish with new and energetic methods are of the facilities they pro pose to win success with. They expect to be open for business about May 10. We salute this establishment with a friendly feeliDg and hope Phoenix will benefit" by their success. You are safe in dealing at the Bee Hive everything marked in plain figures. ParkB' Sure Cure is a positive specific in all diseases of the liver and kidneys. By removing the uric acid in the blood it cures rheumatism. 3. B. Basford, of Carthage, S. Dak., says: "I believe Gillet's summer pants yield solid comfort. ' Coffee Al ! Coffee Al ! Coffee Al I , The Lamson College Literary society will give an entertainment in the opera house Wednesday evening, May 1. AdmissioD 25 cents. New line 'of embroideries for ladies and children's underwear. Larger line than ever before. The Bee Hive. The Bee Hive guarantees all their printed fabrics from 5c lawns up. Ask your grocer tor 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 the Capitol mills on East Adams street. Every sack of this flour is fully guaranteed and if not found as warrant ed purchase price will be refunded. Phcenix steam laundry, corner Jack son and Center streets. Five room dwelling to rent". Applv to Clark Churchill, 37 South Center street. The Bee Hive carries the largest line of ladies', misses' and children's ehoes and slippers in Phoenix. N Parks' Tea clears the complexion. Mrs. N. Meyette, of LeEoy , N. Y., savs : "I have used Parks' Tea and find it the best remedy I have ever tried." Sold by C. Eschman & Co. 4 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. Ladies desiring a perfect fit in corsets ehould call and see her. No charge for fitting. The Weekly Republican, containing 40 columns of reading matter, six months for 75c. Two-cent stamps taken. Tne New Nickel Plate, formerly the Dairy, ia now one of the best patron ized short order houses m Phoenix. Pure cream in the coffee has done it. The Bee Hive has just received a large line of white Japanese and pongee Bilk. Lumber If you are in the market for lumber be sure and get our figures. By doing this you will consult your own interest. The L. W. Blinn Lumber Co. Screen doors and windows made to order. Ragsdale & Johnson, Cor. Jefferson and First St. The American Beauty owes her pres tige more to a clear complexion than to any other attribute. A cop of Parks' Tea will enable anyone to possess this. It clears the skin and removes pimples and that sallow, muddy look. ParkB' Tea is used by thousands of ladies for the complexion. Without being a cathartic it cures constipation. Sold by C. Eschman & Co. 6 Strawberry Festival. The ladies of the Trinity Guild will give Wednesday April 8, from 7 to 10 p. m. a strawberry and ice cream festival in the new Donofrio building on North Center street next to the Wharton block. Evervbody is invited to attend. Tree Planting. Phoenicians when showing their friends the city should not confine their rambles to Washington street or even to the additions reached by the electric IRVINE CO. I Typewriter Supplies. I 2 9 35-37 E. WASHINGTON. J A FRESH LINE VANTILBURG Leading PiMix Jewelers, .ABE THE BESt CIGARETTE SMOKERS who care to pay a little more than the cost of ordinary trade cigarettes will find the PET CIGARETTES SUPERIOR TC LL OTHERS Made from the hii;rt cost Gold Leaf grown in Virginia, ami ar ABSOLUTE PURE car line. There are many additions to the old town site and every one of them are enjoying a healthy growth. It is also a pleasure to note the commenda ble interest taken by residents of the additions in street improvements, tree planting and in generally beautifying their surroundings. The most note worthy example of this is the Simms addition which has been converted from an alfalfa field into a shady park. You Don't Have to Swear Off says the St. Louis Journal of Agricul ture in an editorial about No-To-Bac, the famous' tobacco babit 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.Flftv 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 MARKS THE SOCIAL AND BUSINESS STANDING OF THE PRINT EVERYTHING. The Arizona Republican Co. Fleming Block. 0F - Sterling Silvers Belt Buckles (With Belt.) & DAVISON, 17 E. Washington St. USER. E. E. PASCOE, 15 S. Center St.