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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN : . THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 9, 1895,
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ' DISTRICT COURT. The North Side Canal Case Still in Progress. I 1 ABSOLUTELY PURE LOCAL BRIEFS. A Record of Yesterday's Hap penings. Changes In the Courthouse Real Estate Transfers An Indian Brass Band. Guns and ammunition at Talbot & Hubbard's. Sheriff Orme yesterday appointed Norman Lackland deputy. J. Connolly and J. R. Norton yester day filed notice of location of the Red Cloud mining claim, ten miles south of Phoenix. The M. and P. eurveyors will reach Mesa tomorrow, after which they will return to Tempe and commence setting grade stakes. Tempe News. Ramon Kivas and Emanuel Mason, were locked up in the county jail yester day for misdemeanors, on a commit ment from Justice Sprang of Mesa pre cinct. A trainload of cattle was shipped to Denver yesterday morning over the north and south road. Another will go out this morning consigned to Kansas City buyers. Outbound passengers by the north and south road this morning were P. L. Kay, wife son and daughter and L. Kantrowitz for Los Angeles, J. W. Han son for PreECott. James Lynch, the man who sold G. Bianchi a $6 15 time check for $10 and thought he had driven a sharp but law ful bargain, was sent to the county jail 1 by Justice Johnstone yesterday for ten days. Commercial hotel guests yesterday were W. K. Tabb, CinciLnati ; Jas. Tal bert, Denver ; Theo. B. Comstock, Toe eon ; Clarence M. Smith, New York ; E. D. Crumb, Tucson; S. K. Bradford, Spokane. The Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix will sell tickets at a reduced rate until May 19, to Kansas City, St. Joseph and in termediate points. The rate direct to the Missouri river is $50.50 ; by the way of Denver $56.35. Prof. Hill, .the Good Templar field worker from Iowa, has been conduct ing a series of very successful meetings in Tempe and Mesa this week. He will return to Phoenix on Sunday next for his final meetings in the city. He will speak in the Baptist church at 11 a. m. and in the Presbyterian church at 7 :30 p.m. He will speak in school district No. 14 (Unity lodge) on Tues day, Wednesday and Thursday of next week. The office of the board of super visors has been moved into the new part of the court house construct ed out of the old jail. The room now occupied by the board is on east side of the hallway. It is large and pleasant and has a vault for the safe keeping of records. County Asses sor St. Claire has also moved into the room east of the district clerk's office. The office of the county treasurer will be moved to rooms opposite the board of supervisors. The following transfers of real estate reported by Coggiug & Brown, abstrac tors, were yesterday entered for record : Sarah A. Galpin and husband to Thos. H. Williams, lot 13, block 2. Simms' addition, $4,000; Frank A. Phillips and wife to Chas. D. Rich and wife, one half interest in n sec 27, twp 1 n, r 2 e, $3,000; P.L.Kay and wife to Lena J f Three i t Graces, Style-Fif-Wear. f These are the three graces in ihe shoe business. A shue may be of good style and yet not fit or wear well; or it may fit or not be in style and the wearing qualities amount to little unless it fits properly. But the three graces the tiio of perfection in shoes Style, Fit and Wear must he combined to insure entire satisfaction to all parties con cerned. This is the lesson we are teaching the shoe buyers. HL Chandler SHOE COMPANY. ! Campbell, lot 32, La Villa place, $450; Thos. H. Williamson and wife to Sarah A.. Galpin, e4 nw- sw, eec. 15, twp 2 n, r 3 e, $4,000. A military band is to be organized among the pupils of the Indian school. The instruments thirteen pieces were received yesterday through the Phoenix Music company. The Indians nave everything to learn but thev learn things so easily that the band will soon be in working order. Instruction and practice will begin with the July vaca tion. As has been stated there are thirteen pieces, and unfortuate persons in the vicinity find confirmatory proof while the band is learning of the fact of this unlucky number. Prof. Hill of Iowa will hold two ses sions of a Good Templar's training school on next Sunday at 2:30 and on Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock in Y. M. C. A. hall, for members only. These training schools are coming to be rec ognized as very important factors in the prosecution of the work of the order and are very popular in the east. Prof. Hill devotes as much attention to the education of Good Templars as to the conversion of others, and has been eminently successful in this depart ment. Members of outside lodges will attend these sessions. A SERIOUS CHARGE. In Jail for Rape and Attempted Murder. Patricio Morales Held to the Grand Jury for a Crime Committed at Tempe. Patricio Morales is in jail awaiting the action of the grand jury on a ser ious charge rape and attempted mdr der. He was brought down from Tempe yesterday afternoon. The crime was committed nearly a week ago. The victim was a Mexican girl. After having been outraged she WEs stabbed in the side and the assail ant made his escape. He fled toward Mesa but had secured a long Btart. A warrant for his arrest was issued and sent to Meea to Constable Mart Pome- roy. ihe officer got on the trail of the fugitive who was on foot and followed. overtaking him last Sunday evening not far from the Box canvon. Morales denied that he was the man wanted but on being brought back to Tempe was identified. PERSONAL. Dr. Comstock of the universitv, was a visitor in the city yesterday. G. C. Israel returned yesterdav morn ing from a week's visit to Lcs Angeles. Col. Crumb, route aaent for Wells- Fargo, came up from Tucson yesterday morning. Bank Examiner Jas. Tilbert of Den ver, was among yesterday's arrivals from the north. Prof. E. E. Fitzgibbon, with his fam ily, left yesterday morning for his for mer home at Madison, Wis. Chief Goodman of the fire depart ment, returned vesterday morning from an extensive pleasure trip to tha coast. He was met at the depot by a commit tee of firemen headed by Assistant Unlet Davie. Dr. Frank D. Darcy left last night for Chicago where he has been called to perform an operation upon one of his old time patients. He will combine pleasure with the trip, however, and visit friends and relatives. At McKelligon's you can get thefinest hand-made Sour Mash, Bourbon and Pennsylvania rye whiskies. No. 21, East Washington street. Old-Timo Weather Prophet. What is supposed to be the oldest European book on meteorology, Key man's "Weather Booklet" (Wetter buechlein), published at Augsburg in 1505, has recently been reprinted, and it shows that in this science, as in nearly all others, the beginnings of our knowledge came from the east. Eeyman's rules for foretelling the weather are highly commended for their good sense. They were derived from the Arabs, who taught us chem istry, astronomy, mathematics and many other things, for which we have ceased to be grateful to them. "A Night Off." Judging from the general conversa tion around town the public have de termined on having a general night off and accord Daly's company a rousing reception. Both play and playors war rant it. Daly's play enjoys an inter national reputation and at its recent revival in New York was voted far superior to the many latter day horsey play and acrobatic comedies. The story is a natural one, involving an ambitious professor, a "barn-storming" actor, a jealous wife and the remaining mem bers of the household who are drawn into a series of complications that be gin with a smile and end with a roar. The Grand Jury for the May Term Begins Its Labors-An Unin teresting Criminal Docxet. Another day was taken up with the north side canal contest which is in creasing in interest. It may be said yet to be in its initiatory stage and the plaintiffs are endeavoring to show the connection between the Arizona Im provement company and the Arizona Canal company. For this purpose the books of both companies, particularly the records of the canal company were in evidence yesterday. Resolutions re lating to transactions between the com panies were introduced over the objec tion of the defense. I. M. Christy, secretary of the canal company who had been on the stand all the day be fore was again the principal witness. There are yet a multitude of witnesses to be examined so that the date of the conclusion of the trial is probably dis tant and certainly indefinite. The machinery of the May term was put in operation yesterday for the first time. The grand jury entered upon its labors. The members are T. E. Dal ton, Chas. Goldman, Walter Talbot, W. A. Stanford, J. M. Burris, P. K. Hickey, J. A. Vinson, S. S. Lowe, J. C. Hurley, H. A. Hammels, E. G. Frankenberg, Geo. Atkinson, G. L. Richards, Geo. N. Gage, Wallace A. McDonald, B. M. ! Johnson, G. W. LewiB, Joseph Thai- heimer, Jas. W. Woolf and Jas. Mc Carthy. It is not confronted by a very form idable array of business as there are no prisoners charged with serious offenses and comparatively few in the jail who will come within the jurisdiction of the grand jury. Delicious steaks, cold storage meats At t.hft WnViintnn Mflrirat Mr. Tovrea batchers only the best stock. A Society Event. The memberi of the local "400" who complain that the standard of visiting attractions is far beneath their patron age, are offered an opportunity through the engagement of Daly's company to pay tribute to an organization of well known merit. In addition to this the selections for their edification are intellectual, being clean, wholesome and unctuous and none of the overdone practice of "horse play." Fridav night, Augustin Daly's "A Night Off," will be the bill and the ladies present will have an op portunity of admiring a number of costly and handsome imported gowns. The sale opens on Thursday morning and promises to be very brisk. LOCAL BREVITIES. Gillet's summer pants yield solid comfort. Coffee Al 1 Coffee Al 1 Coffee Al 1 Screen doors and windows made to order. Ragsdale & Johnson, Cor. Jefferson and First St. The Weekly Republican, containing 40 columns of reading matter, Bix months for 75c. Two-cent stamps taken. Phoenix steam laundry, corner Jack son and Center streets. Orders came in fast yesterday for picture frames selected from the new novelties at the Phoenix Stationery and News company. Thomas, barber, next to Bee Hive. Parks' Cough Syrup cures coughs, colds and consumption. Mrs. Catber ine Black, of LeRov, N. Y., says: " took one bottle of Parks' Cough Syrup. It acted like magic. Stopped my cough and I am perfectly well now." Sold by C. Escbman & Co. I Five room dwellins to rent. Applv to Clark Churchill, 37 South Center street. Ask your grocer tor a sack of Gar diner's best patent flour and you will never buv anv other. If vour 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. A cuo of Parks' Tea at night moves the bowels in the morning without pain or discomfort. It is a good health-giver and blood purifyer. Sold by C. Esch- man & Co. a Produce. hemes SALT RIVER VALLEY PRODUCE CO. Washington Street, Opp. Monihon Building Rhubarb Rk 6 H the use of . . lis Jul fine WM STATIONERY m THE BEST i w . - .J CIGARETTE SMOKERS who care to pay a little more than the cost of ordinary trade cigarettes will find the PET CIGARETTES SUPERIOR TO LL 'OTHERS Made from the hici-cM. cost Gold Leaf grown in Virginia, ami r.u- SOLUTT PURE 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. Lumber If vou are in the market for lumber be sure and get our figures. By doing this you will consult your own nterest. Tub L. W. Blinn Lumber Co. The ladies of the Trinity Guild will give Wednesday, May 8, from 7 to 10 p. m. a strawberrv and ice cream festival in the new Donofrio building on North Center street next to the Wharton block. Everybodv is invited to attend. Dr. Sawyer, diseases of men and women and of the skin. Ground floor, Gilson block. I've a secret in my heart, Sweet Marie, A tale I would impart, Sweet Mane. If you'd even fairer be You must always use Parks' Tea The improvement you will see, Sweet Mane. Sold by C. Eschman & Co. 1 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 car line. There are many additions to tne old town site and every one of them are enjoying a healthy growth. The most noteworthy example of this is the Simms addition, which has been conver ted from an alfalfa field into a shady parte. v For Over Fifty Years. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Svrup has been used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic and is the best remedv for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. The Tribolet-Budge Tri Hirinnnn in miiuuu.. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds of Fresh, Salted and Corned Meats, Poultry, Game and Fresh Fish. Washington Street, Opposite City Hall. A FRESH LINE Belt Buckles (With Belt.) VANTILBURG & DAVISON, Leading Phsnix Jewelers. MARKS THE SOCIAL AND BUSINESS STANDING OF THE USER. PRINT EVERYTHING. The Arizona Republican Co. Fleming Block. HIRSCHFELD S FLEISHMAN, lessees and Managers. Special entertainment - ' Friday and Saturday Saturday Matinee May 10 and II. Daly's Stock Co. In Augustin Daly's famons domestic comedy. "A And Nat Goodwin's screaming farce Shin.. I as?.' "Corner Grocery." Tickets on Sale Thursday. The Jim Sam Restaurant. Opposite the Gregory House, is no w owned by CHEANG KET. Single Meals ORn Board tfR a week. Private apartments - for if families. Fresh California Fish and Chicken EVERY DAY. Meat Go Pork, Lard and Hams, A Specialty. OF - Sterling Silver: 17 E. Washington St. 5 Pn(Bmx Opera Bouse Mil Off : i i ii ii i i E. E. PASCOE, 15 S. Center St.