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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1195.
Hardware. A large stock of Building Hardware, Ranch Implements, Harness, Dasn& Top Leather Edged Tools, Shears, - Hay and Grain. Ezra w. Thayer Washington Street, Opp. City Hall EEB" A BROKEN HEART. The Work Wrought by a Faith less Lover. The Sad Case of Virginia Casterllne Committed to the Insane Asylum Yesterday. Virginia Casterline, a young lady of Tempe, was committed to the Insane asylum yesterday by Probate Judge Crouse. Behind this matter of fact in cident of the probate judge's office is a peculiarly sad story. The case is of three yeare standing and is based on a lore disappointment. She is beautiful, well educated and Tefined, the only daughter of a widowed mother. Until three yeara ago she was engaged to be married to a man whom she had known from childhood. Al most on the eve of the wedding he proved faithless and the heart Oi the young giri was turned to ashes. Upon manifestation of his treachery, she lapsed into tier present mental con dition, a settled melancholy. If she had grown worse her case would ap pear more hopeful. The blow was so crushing that destruction was utter and complete. Her home w3 at Newark, N. J. Thinking that a change of scene would benefit the youug girl her mother brought her to Tempe nearly two years ago. Bat all scene was the same to her. She no longer looked through eyes of hope. Wherever she turned waB desolation. Tbe deserts of Arizona were no more desert to her than the bustling city in which ehs had been born and lived. Neither could new or other associations wean her from her grief. She had only a thought of her faithless love and the thought was so awful that it overshadowed and blighted every other. At night with lighted candle she leaves the house in search of some thing, what, she his never said. Her friends only surmise that she looks for the causa of all her woe. She has never been violently ' insane, threatening harm either to herself or others. She has had all the care a mother's love could provide. She has never had pro fessional treatment and her commit ment now is only a last experiment. If it fail her friends will realize that she is doomed to walk in the shadow of her sorrow until she descends into the val ley of shadows. MORE HOME TALENT. Miss Gertrude McMullIn Arranging for a Dramatic Recital. The usual absence of theatrical at tractions from a town the size of Phoe nix during this season of the year, owing to the fact that many traveling combinations are off the road or are playing only in the larger cities, seems to bid fair this summer to be well oc cupied by home talent. Miss Gertrude McMullin, a young lady well known here and who has demonstrate at different time s in local performances that Bhe is the possepsor of considerable talent for theatrical?, is the promoter of the next entertain ment to be given by home people. It will be called a dramatic recital, and takes place at the opera house Fri day evening. May 24. Beside numer ous striking and original impersona tions bv Miss McMullin, which by the way is a new feature here, an excellent musical program has been arranged which will include selections by such well known artists as Mrs. N. Ellis, Prof. Reid and Mrs. DePew. Tomorrow is special sale day for hammocks at the Phoenix Stationery & News company. They are going cheap, SENTENCE DAY. Continued from first page. Refrigerators Water Coolers l ; Hammocks ! Mason's Fruit Jars At Lowest Possible Prices Cots all kinds b. Heyman Furniture Co. J WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 3 in the usual condition. At 8:30 the place was in flames. The loss will ba about $1,000 in actual expenses. Yet when it is considered that his plant for irrigating is gone and he cannot even obtain water for his stock, tne loss is in reality much heavier. The large well caved in because of the timbers at the surface being burned away. Tucson Star. PIMA COUNTY. benefactor's house and wife. With a knife at her breast he" compelled her to submit to him. The case was a repeti tion of the story of Lucrece. Leon was another Sextus, Ramona Garcia Cota another Lucretia and the in jured husband another Collatinus. As a eequsl another Tarquin family was not overthrown but Leon was sent to Yuma for ten years. He demurred against the severity of the sentence but the court consolingly observed, "I could have sent you for life if I wanted to." The prisoner's face lit up with joy at what he had escaped. McDonald and Johnson, EarleN part ners, were brought in for trial. All the jurymen, though, who had not sat in the Eirle case had been present at the trial and were, therefore, disquali fied. All were finally discharged and another venire of thirty was ordered returnable tomorrow morning. A continuance until June 10 was granted in the case of B. A. Hadsell that the defendant might take depo sitions in Ohio and Pennsylvania. By these he hopes to prove that his con duct toward the complaining witness, his neice, Harriet M. Hadsell, was con tinuously proper and circumspect dur ing the time covered by the allegation of an incestuous relation. Leandro Imperial was convicted of murderous assault and will be sen tenced tomorrow. Cone Up In Smoke. The pump house, engine, Dump and boiler at Joseph Pascholy's dairy, near the city, were destroyed by fire Thurs day night. His manager had been to the engine house about 8 o'clock in the evening and everything seemed to be Indians Fight Among Themselves Sale of Gold Mines. From the Tucson Citizen. Reports from San Carlos are to the effect that on the night of the May 14, the Indians had a fight among them selves and four or five squaws and several children were killed. After wards sixteen bucks rounded up a lot of squaws and started south with them in the direction of the. Aravaipa. Wednesday morning the Indian police and soldiers followed. The entire trou ble is said to be due to lack of pro visions among the Indians. The sale of eight of the best gold mines at Picacho, outside of the Dr. Jayne group, to New York and Denver mining capitalists opens a new era in mining on the Colorado river. Parties are negotiating for' the Jayne mines, upon which they propose to put a 100 stamp mill to be run by electricity. San Francisco parties have an option upon the White (iold group upon which they will put a twenty-five ton Huntington mill. Messrs. O'Connor, Jummiofs and Anderson are on a trip of examina tion of the mining interests from Yuma to Ehrenberg on the Colorado. Thk empress dowag-er of China has been relieved of all responsibility, but she is much worried over the question as to how many peacock's feathers she ought to wear on her new spring bon net. Matstji, the new secretary of the Japanese legation at Washington, is only about twenty-seven years old. He is a graduate of the Imperial university at Tokio. Mr. Matsui succeeds Mr. Miyaoki, who was recently transferred to Berlin. Mb. Kukino, the Japanese minister at Washington, is very fond of society, ane he and the chancellor of the lega tion, a Japanese who speaks several languages, and is a most courteous and sociable young man, go out a great deal and have become very popular with the hospitable people at the capital. INSURANCE THAT INSURES. 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R. Allyn Lewis, . General Agent for .Arizona. Room 5, Fleming Block - Telephone No. 67. MOTVERS. The Akron Buckeye Mowers 0 Have Arrived. Come in and see the Most duarable of all Mowers. I. H. BURTIS. Yesterday's Sales at the Bee Hive were the Largest Since the Holi days, Showing that People are Taking Advantage of the Slaughter in Prices.