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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 15., 1895.
5 Highest of all in Leavenbg Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report IX ABS0I&JTEE.Y PURE Powder LOCAL BRIEFS. A Record of Yesterday's Happenings. A Boom In Minor Criminal Matters Railroad and Real Estate Movements. Guns and ammunition at Talbot & Hubbard's. Big line of New Process gasoline stoves just received at Kemp's. Refrigerators! You ought to see them at Henry E. Kemp Co'a. store. W. D. DeGass of Mexico city was yes terday appointed commissioner of deeds for Arizona. Monihon defeated Kellner for mayor last year and Eosson beat Evans this, but Clay Leonard's strawberries and ice cream soda beats them all. Northbound passengers on the S. E. P. & P. this morning were A. C. Hinson lor Flagslaff, N. H. Collins for Wichita, Kans., and J. Hinson, San Francisco. The cold air storage of the Tribolet Budge company is the only cold air storage in Arizona. This has been atated here before but being true will bear occasional repetition. In addition to the other wonderful bargains offered ic the special sale to day at the Alkire company's store, the regular line of Oxford ties for ladies is still offered at astonishingly low prices. Breath-stooping bargains are offered for today only at Alkire's for a nickel. The ladies' vests are but half a dime ach and the white checked Nainsook, suitable for wrappers, is bat 5 cents a yard. Fruit in season is wholesome food. Fruit is now seasonable and reasonable but nine people oat of ten must have some meat daily and Hurley's market is the Burest, safest and beBt place to buy it. Today being Wednesday, is special weekly sale day at Alkire's. The par ticular bargains for today are ladies' jersey ribbed vests at only 5 cents each, and white checked Nainsook at only S cents a yard. Yesterday little Johnny Daggs, son of W. A. Daggs, -was thrown from a horse and broke both bones of his left arm. Dr. Scroggs was called and set the broken member. The little fel low is resting quite easily. Tempe News. The case of W. B. Caeey, whose trial for a forcible attempt to collect a 817 milk bill from E. G. Freeman, a street car motorman, has been pending in Justice Johnston's court was concluded yesterday. The defendant wae fined $50. An appeal was taken to the dis trict court. Julia Rice, a colored hula-hnla girl, was arrested yesterday for outraging the sensibilities of her neighbors by making a living picture of herself, an instance of bronze statuary. Outbound passengers by the Maricopa & Phoenix last night were M. Alonzo and T. Cruz for Tucson, C. H. Gray and E. Kenaugh for Colton, F. Weir for Lob Angeles, Marv E. Walker for Los An geles, J. Duffy for Portland, W. B. Pratt and wife for St. Louis, C. H. Wood for Quincy, Ills. There was no business in police court yesterday. This circumstance is as cribed to the severe and religious countenance of Recorder Jobs. Crim inals would rather behave themselves than face hitn. For financial reasons he would do well to relax his visage and affably invite misconduct. The Republican office is under obli gations to T. J. Halterman for a sample of delicious ice-cream, prepared by him at Norton's daily. The plan of deliv ery will commend it, to say nothing of the excellent quality of the cream. It is put into quart glass jars and packed in ice so that it may be presarved for at leaBt twelve hours. The trial of Jerry Reynolds, arrested for the burglary of Trask-Kessler Co's. warehouse on Sunday morning, was begun yesterday before Justice John stone. The prisoner was defended by J. C. Kellum. The evidence was not quite all in and nothing especially new was developed by it. " Arguments will be heard at 10 o'clock this morning. An attorney speaking of the prisoners awaiting trial in the district court said yesterday: "They're the d dest lot of impecunious lawbreakers I've ever seen in a long and extensive practice." It is a fact that of the twelve or foureeen prisoners only one was able to employ a lawyer. Legal representatives for the others were appointed by the court. The search for the lunatic who es caped from the asylum on Monday after noon was continued yesterday. ' He was traced to the residence of Henry Slosser, seven miles west of town. He left there saying he was going to Wick enberg. It is believed he will turn up safely at Wicken berg. He is not help less but is thoroughly acquainted with the country he is traveling through. The annual election of the Yucatec hose company was held last night, re sulting in the choice of the following excellent list of officers: President, Manuel y Garcia; vice-president, A. J. Porterie ; secretary, T. Olea ; assistant secretary, F. Cnriel ; treasnrer, B. Per alta; foreman, F. Madrid ; first assist ant foreman, Julio Marron; secDnd as sistant, T. Olea; police, Manuel y Gar cia and A. J. Porterie. An interesting bi-monthly meeting of the order of Foresters was held last night at their lodge in the Monihon block. There were two initiations after which refreshments were served and followed by a musical program. Features were songs by the Foresters' quartet and instrumental music by Messrs. C. M. Sturges and A. P. Wal bridge. The lodge is growing rapidly. It was organized a little more than a year ago and now has a membership of fifty. It may have been the weather, and that was enough, or it may have been the whisky, and that was more than enough, but whether weatheror whisky there was unusual liveliness in the criminal department of the Wall street courts. The last two victims whose names were received too late for classi fication were Inocente Ladio who got fifteen days for a public use of vulgar language and Francisco Verdugo, sent to jail for the same number of days for assault. Chas. Baker and Win. Shields, charged with assaulting the bouse of a couple of French prostitutes with rocks and assailing the ears of the inmates with unchristian language, were dis charged yesterday by Justice John stone. There was nothing against the defendants but the word of the women. The trial developed something though of which the police should take cognizance and that is that class and nationality of prostitutes has again become outrage ously and unlawfully bold in the mat ter of soliciting. Julio Marron has returned from Yuma and is at his old place at Mar shall's blacksmith shop. He had been held to the grand jury of Yuma county for manslaughter, but the grand jury threw the case out, since it was ehown that he was acting in lelfdefense and was in danger of his life from a mur derous assault by the man whose inter ment occurred sbusequently. The dead man had a bad reputation in his life time. Mr. Marron on the other hand was shown to be a hard- working and inoffensive person. The quarrel was regarded by the grand jury as an un fortunate affair, but having been once instituted it ended in the happiest pos sible manner. The following transfers of real estate reported by Coggins & Brown, abstract ers, were yesterday entered for record : R. E. L. Linville to Fannie V. Curns, 1 acre in sej sec 8 tp 1 n r 2 e $300; R. E. L. Linville to J. Frank Curns one acre in above described section and quarter, $300; New England Land com pany to Norman C. Wilson lot 22 block 3, Hadeell's addition to Glendale $50 ; T. J. Walker and wife to the Valley Bank lot5, block 13, Nestr's addition, $2,400; A. G. Utley and wife to Geo. Blount sej nw4 sec 26 tp 2 n r 4 e $50. New England Land company to N. B. Cole bond for deed to nej nej and n4 nwj nwj and swj nw ne sec 31 tp 3 n r 2 e $2,800. Park Swimming Baths. Hear the ladies of the Treble Clef in their bright new music at tbe Brownie Concert Thursday evening, May 16th. AN EMPTY STORE! That Is What Ours Must Be In Sixty Days. WHEN a firm advertises goods regardless of cost and furnishes no good reason therefor BEWARE! OUR stock must go; our business must be wound up; our proprietor must depart for Europe. Our sale is bona fide. GEORGE T. JOHNSTON. The PostofFice Dry Goods Store. Cost Ladies and their escorts, Tuesday and Friday Evenings. Water changed daily. PERSONAL. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Pratt left last night for the east. Fred Wood left last night for the east in the interest of the Cactus Manufac turing company. Governor Hughes returned yesterday morning from Tucson, having spent Sunday at his home. City Attorney Van Horn of Tempe was in the city vesterdav investigating the records with regard to the Goodwin franchise. The handsome silver buckles which are being worn by the 400 town goat ticklers are all purchased at Cook & Bell's postoffice jewelry store. Commercial hotel greets vesterdav were Henry Guest and W. T. Scudder. Chicago; John Lyons, Boston; P. J. tiartman, frescott; Alice Mann. Peoria; Thomas Williams, San Do mingo. At McKelligon'e you can get the finest hand-made Sour Mash, Bourbon and Pennsylvania, rye whiskies. No. 21, East Washington street. BORROWED FINERY. A Young Lady Steals a Dress to Wear to a Ball. Clara, whose last name is unknown to fame and the police, will become a victim to a pleasure loving disposition it sne is caugtit. sue wanted to go to a ball last bundav night. She had an es cort but lacked sufficiently gorgeous clothing. This difficulty was overcome tnongn Dy breaking into the house of her neighbor Juaua Amente and steal ing her best apparel. It was presuma- oiy bo oecoming mat sne nas Deen wear ing it ever since. At least she has not returned it nor has she been seen by Senorita Amente who has made a dili gent search. Jersey Butter ? Rhubarb AND ring Chickens SALT RIVER VALLEY PRODUCE CO. Washington Street, Opp. Monihon Building. See Miss Hazel Street in the wonder ful fan dance at the Brownie Concert, Miss Street is an acknowledged artist im this beautiful and intricate dance. You Can't take too much of if , tiwi't wm m 9m n m m VRootbee gj it quencnes your tnirst That's the best of it- Improves your health ' ' That's the rest of it where. Miule umj by Ilwt ChM.K.Hlro Phil. $Wcr sAinUti, atend. Three Graces, Sty e Fit Wear. . t w These are the three graces in the shoe business. A shoe 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 be combined to insure entire, satisfaction to all parties con cerned. This is the lesson we are teaching the shoe buyers. H Chandler ""vSHQE COMPANY. V" - I t 8MIHHHMMlIIMMt8itlllll A FRESH LINE 0F- Sterling Silver: Belt Buckles (With Belt.) VANTILBURG & DAVISON, i Leading Phcenix Jewelers. 17 E. Washington St.i HAY AND GRAIN. INSURANCE. E. E. PASCO E, 15 South Center Street.