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Arizona republican. [volume] (Phoenix, Ariz.) 1890-1930, May 18, 1895, Image 5

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Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U. S. Gov't Report
A Record of Yesterday's Happenings.
Morales, the Merchant, Acquitted.
Other Minor Criminal Affairs.
Real Estate Transactions.
(juris and ammunition. at Talbot &
Big line of New Process gasoline
stoves just received at Kemp's.
Refrieerators ! Yon ought to see
them at Henry E. Kemp Co's.'store.
The tearing down of the Washington
street Methodist church was begun in
earnest yesterday. By nightfall the
-entire roof was off.
Notice of location of the Contention
mining claim in the Winifred district
was filed yesterday by the Winifred
iold Mining company.
Mrs. M. J. Friend has taken charge
of the Lemon hotel dining room and
has already made many improvements
that wiil prove of value to that well
known hostelry.
There is one store where men's gunv
tner ttnderwear, neglige shirts and
lightweight clothing can be bought at
San Francisco prices. It is 'the Hub,
near the postoffice.
License to marry was issued . yester
day to Hammond M. Stevens and Liz
zie Keady, and to Francisco Torres and
Clotilde Trujillo. The former couple
was married by Justice Kincaid.
Many men who are in the habit of
paying $7 to $10 for a suit of clothes
will be surprised at the-suits at AI
k ire's consisting of coats, vests and
pants averaging one half those prices.
Outbound passengers by the Saota
Fe this morning were Joseph V. Ham
mond and wife for Chicago, R. A. Jones
ior Boston, Granville Malcom for Den
ver, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Nichols for
Los Angeles.
Maricopa and Phoenix passengers last
night were ti. A. Kirtley for Willcox,
C. YV. Prange for El PaBO, Jas. Daly for
Los Angeles, M. W. Jones for Tucson,
Mrs. L. Graf for Benson and Sam F.
Webb for Nogales.
The subject of the Alkire company's
special sale next Wednesday will be
shoes. Some tremendous bargains in
footwear will be offered to those who
come early and secure Ihe goods adver
tised before they are all gone.
Sam Seip has fitted up an additional
room to his establishment, where his
friends may congregate, read the papers
and smoke good cigars, (if they have
the price). An electric fan is the lead
ing inducement however.
Porter and Dick Fleming and Will
Robinson, left for the north overland
with a full camping outfit. Thev will
be absent about three months. The
time will be spent in fishing, hunting,
viewing scenery and acquiring health
and bronzed faces.
Ladies interested in hearing Mrs.
Yaunevs health talks will be pleased
to know she has returned and will be
gin a series of lectures the first of the
week. Oa account of the heat they
will be given in the evening instead of
the afternoon. Notice given later.
Chaplain Scott shipped forty-five
crates of apricots today from Scottdale.
He will ship from 50 to 75 crates per
day from this on. He has standing
orders for his whole crop. He is ship
ping to California, Texas. New Mexico.
Colorado as well as many places in
A certain Illinois musician writing
lately to the Maricopa county immi
gration commissioner, said: "We
have a pianist who will surprise your
people." uould the gentleman have
heard the magnificent performance of
Mrs. Ellis at. the Brownie concert pos
sibly the surprise would have been the
other way.
D. B. Hurd, lately of Chicago, has
recently purchased a small tract of
land from the farm of John McBride,
five miles west of Phoenix.-. He will
epare neither pains nor expense in
creating an ideal home. Mr. Hurd is a
son-in-law of Mr. Bartlett, of the well
known Chicago firm of Hibberd,
Spencer &-Bartlett.
The case of the Consolidated bank vs.
Pima county in reference to the taxing
of bank stock, was up before Judge Be
thune yesterday. It was held . that
when said stock was specifically as
sessed to individual holders it was with
in the warrant of law, but that when
assessed to unknown owners it was
was without the warrant of law and
consequently no enforcement of taxes
could be made against it. Citizen.
Morales, the merchant on trial for
receiving stolen goods, was acquitted
yesterday in Justice Johnstone's court.
None of the merchandise was found and
the only evidence against him was that
of Jerry Reynolds, the thief connected
with the Trask-Kessler warehouse rob
bery. He had included Morales in his
confession. Morales was defended by
J. C. Kellum. Reynolds who had been
convicted the day before was sentenced
to 100 days in the county jail.
Mr. W. W. Wall, the mail route con
tractor, after a long and painful illness
is able to be on the street again. More
than a month ago he was traveling
across the conntrv in the vicinitv of
Gallup, N. M. He was suddenly at
tacked with rheumatism and with
great difficulty he reached Gallup,
where he lay for several days. His re
covery was despaired of. The rheuma
tism was driven from his body to hia
arms and he was enabled to start
home. He reached here nearly three
weeks ago and bone erysipelas devel
oped in his right arm, threatening the
loss of it.
Recorder Jobs has raised the price of
intoxication in Phoenix. He has all
along been imposing an unvarying fine
of $3. He charged a man named Camp
bell $5 yesterday, but really Mr. Camp
bell's case was worth more on account
of the embroidery on it. He was em
ployed on a ranch neat the city. He is
now employed looking for another job.
He came to town the night before after
supplies. The term "supplies" included
an assortment of alcoholic compounds
which he stowed away under his skin
to avoid the expense of a two-gallon jug.
It was disastrous economy. His team
ran away. The wagon was broken,
Campbell was thrown out and bruised
and lacerated. His employer fired him
and to crown his woe he was arrested.
Judge W. H. Barnes of Tucson, ar
rived in the city yesterday on legal
Collector S. F. Webb, of Nogales, af
ter a two days', stay In the city, re
turned to his post of duty last night.
Sheriff R. H. Cameron, of Coconino
county, the youngest and at the same
time one of the most active and efficient
sheriffs in the territory,' spent yester
day in the city on his way to Yuma
with an installment of convicts.
Hon. E. F. Greenlaw, representative
from Coconinocounty in theEighteenth
legislature, was a welcome guest of the
city yesterday and a more than wel
come caller at The Republican office.
Mr. Greenlaw will soon be brought
into more frequent contact with Phoe
nix by the establishment of a branch of
his extensive business here.
Commercial hotel guests yesterday
were John Lawler and J. W.Smith,
Prescott : G. W. Horton, Mobawk. A.
T. ; O. Oppenheimer, San Francisco;
C. W. Gibford, Chicago; W. H. Barnes,
Tucson ;F.T. Sutherland, San Fran
cisco; Felix LeBlanc, Goldfield; Alice
Mann, Peoria; S. K. Smith, E. F.
Greenlaw, FlagBtaff.f" --
At McKelligon'e you can get the finest
hand-made Sour MaBh, Bourbon and
Pennsylvania rye whiskies. No. 21,
East Washington Btreet.
Ex-Offlcer Buck Succeeded Today
by Officer Bailey.
Assistant Marshal Buck's term of
office expired this morning. His suc
cessor, Steve Bailey, assumes the star
and billy and wiil begin to terrorize
evil doers tonight. Officer Buck has
been on the force eight months. He
has been active, industrious and suc
cessful. BeBide closely attending to
routine duties he has done good special
work in many instances. The moat
striking was the capture of Thomas
Williams, a colored burglar, and the
I Cost
That Is
Must Be
hat Ours
n Sixty Days
WHEN a firm advertises goods regardless of
cost and furnishes no good reason therefor
OUR stock must go; our business must be
wound up; our proprietor must depart for
Europe, Our sale is bona fide.
The Postoffice Dry Goods Store.
Park Swimming Baths
Ladies and their escorts, Tuesday and
Friday Evenings. Water changed daily.
recovery of $500 worth of jewelrv stolen
from a residence at Mesa. Williams
was convicted at the present term of
district court.
Beside being an efficient officer, As
sistant Marshal Buck has been a very
accommodating one and he leaves the
force with the good will of business
men and everybody else except gentle
men who have found their way into the
recorder's court through his instrumen
tality. An electric hair-curler is a new thing.
A patent has just been granted on a
process for saving lead fumes in smeit-;
ing. ' '
A "chaser" that is shot from a rocket'
and shoots around the heavens , for1
fully ten minutes, has been invented by
a man in Victoria, Australia.
A window cleaner composed of a
brush having a water reservoir attached
and arranged to supply water to the
brushing surface is among late novel
ties. Five room dwelling to rent. Apply
to Clark Churchill, '37 South CenteY
Dr. Sawyer, diseases of men and
women and of the skin. Ground floor.
Gilson block.
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. -
50 Boxes direct from
Finest display in Pknnix.
Washington Street,
Opp. Monition Building.
Mmt fLfetAc c fount
I Three
Style-Fit-Wear, y
These are the three graces in
the shoe business. A shoe
may be of good style and yet
not fit or wear well; orit 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 toall parties con
cerned. This is the lesson
we are teaching the shoe
: f L. Chandler
l Wholesale
Dea:er m
Distributing agent for Pbst and Lemps Beers and the San Francisco Breweries, limited.,
Also for the celebrated Manitou Mineral Water, of llauitou, Colorado, and the Apollinaris '
i;o., iimi ea.
36-40 North Center Street. Phcenix.
I Sterling Silverware, j
Just Received.
Berry Spoons, Preserve Spoons,
Gravy Ladles, Olive Forks,
2 Strawberry Forks, etc. etc.
Specially desirable when wanting to make a nice present.
Leading Phcenix Jewelers, 17 E. Washington St j
IB South Center Street.

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