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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN : SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1895.
5 Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report LOCAL BREVITIES. Furnished rooms with or without light housekeeping. Close in plenty of snaae. Terms reasoname. Apply 243 West Madison, Cor. lhird avenue. Our special sale will take place as UBual next Wednesday. Two or more specialties will be slaughtered. You can't afford to miss this great day. The Alkire company. PARK SWIMMING BATHS. LOCAL BRIEFS. A Record of Yesterday's Hap penings. Real Estate Transactions Matters In Courts of Superior and Inferior Jurisdiction. Guns and ammunition at Talbot & Hubbard's. The only cold air storaze meat mar ket is owned by the Tribolet-Budge Meat company doing business at 114 and 116 East Washington st'reet oppo site city hall. Suhday services at the Trinity Episo pal church today as follows: Sunday school 9 :30 a. in. ; morning prayer and holy communion 11 a. m.; evening prayer 7 -30 a. n. All welcome. The silver ornaments sold by Cook & Bell have become an acknowledged fad among the ladies. They have a line of gentlemen's jewelry which is unsur passed, and are official watch inspect ors for the north and south road. Most dealers will soon be refrigerat ing their strawberries to keep them talable. At Clay Leonard's it will be different, aa he owns the entire crop of the largest producer in the valley and will have fresh berries the entire sum mer. First Mathodist Episcopal . church. G. L. Pearson, pastor. Services today in the opera house as follows: Sunday school at 9 :45 a. m., preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30. ; Epworth League, 6:30 p. m. All are cordially invited to these services. Dr. Philp wishes us to state to his friends and patrons that he has ar ranged with Dr. A. VV. Cottrell, whom he can cheerfully and conscientiously recommend to attend to his profes sional work during his absence the coming season. The investigation eoea steadily on. Thos8 who have investigated the ad vantages of Hurley's market find that he is not only doing a rushing busi ness, but is butchering the beat stock and employs none but efficient and ac commodating cutterB. Services at the Presbyterian church today are as follows : Preaching. at II a. ra. and 7 :30 p. m. ; Y. P. 8. C. E. at 6:30 p. m. At the morning service Eev. David Todd, a former Sunday school pupil of Mr. M. W. Messenger, will preach the sermon. City Marshal Clark yesterday re ceived a copy of a Linden, Wis., paper containing an account of the death and a portrait of Horace Curtis, the mar shal's great uncle, a valiant soldier in the Indian and the Mexican wars, in which he served under Gen. Zacharv Taylor. Word was received in this city yester day that Peter Nelson, who came here from Missouri a year ago with his wife who was in ill health, had died at Con gress. There was a supposition that his death was the result of a mining ac cident and his body was expected here last night. In an account of the dissolution of the law firm of Kibbey & Israel yester day it was stated in The. Republican that Judge Israel would leave for San Francisco to engage in the practice of law. He desires a correction, saying that he will still remain in legal prac tice in Phoenix. Articles of incorporation of the Ari zona Land company with a capital stock of $333,000. dividad into 3,000 We don't' use it for drawing trade, for drawing away the after effects produced by cu cumbers, green apples, etc., it's all right, but for trade we get shoes of the kind and prices people want. We've studied the question thor oughly and know a thing or two about the subject. Sty lish up to date shoes at low prices is what has made our goods popular. Of course any one can sell shoes at a price, but it's not everyone who puts in as much as we do for the money. Try our goods, and if you think we're shouting too hard call us down. 40- H L Chandler SHOE COMPANY.- Mustard Plaster shares, were filed yesterday. The in corporators are Walter Bennett. Wm Christy and Robert A. Brown. The object of the incorporation is to buy, sell ana cultivate land. The usual morning service will be held at the Church of Christ this morn ing. Rev. Matlock's theme is "The Authority of Jesus." Sunday school at 9 :45 a. m. and Y. P. S. C. E. at 6 :15 p. m. In the evening the members and pastor of this church will join with the Baptist in observing Christian Unity Day, Whitsunday having been designated in both England and America as an annual day for preach ing on this practical theme. Rev. S. C. Davis will speak in harmonv with the occasion. The singing forces of the two entireties will be united. A cordial welcome to all. Programs of the territoril normal sehool commencement exercises on the night of June 13, have been Bent out. The program is the most artistic and unique typographical display ever seen in Arizona and i- only an earnest of what the commencement exercises will be for the graduating class of the nor mal school is the largest that ever emerged from that institution. The graduates are Bertha V. Wilson, Alice K. Holmesley, M. Carrie Culver, Lottie R. Gibson, Stanley S. Windes, Maude J. Welcome, J. Wallace Morse, Chas P. Mullen, John J. Carroll, John R. Birchett and Roacoe C. Walsworth. The following transfers of real estate reported by Coggins & Brown, abstract ers were yesterday entered for record : Cora F. Kimber to John Benningham, 7 acres in ne cor, sw, nwi, sec 20, tp 2 n, r 8 e, $455; Harry Gray and wife to J. C. Cole, lots 19 and 21 in Gray's subdivision, $350: J. C. Cole to John H. Cole, above described property and lot 1, block 9, Neahr's addition, SfJ.zJU; h. Irvine and wife to A.J. Porterie, lots 1, 3, 5, block 11, Irvine's addition, $225: Daniel Bagley and wife to John Dussard and Harry Winstead, swj, se4, sec 21, tp 1 n, r 5 e, ijz.uuu; uaniei Bagley and wife to L. Salter and W. H. Code, lot 5, block 4, Mesa, $650. Newspapers from all the principal cities at the Phoenix Stationery and iNews company. PERSONAL. J. O. Dunbar went out over the north and south road last night to Prescott. E. E. Ellin wood was a passenger on last night's S. F. P. & P. train for Pres cott. He will return Monday. J. D. Monihon left last night via. the S. F. P. & P. for Santa Fe, N. M., where he will appear as a witness in the Peralta-Reavis land grant case. John Bailey, the well known caterer, who has been in charge of the lunch stand at the Central hotel for some time past, is now with James Mc Namara. At McKelligon's you can get thefinest hand-made Sour Mash, Bourbon and Pennsylvania rye whiskies. No. 21, East Washington street. A FAMILY AFFAIR. Estrangement of T. F. Lyon and Wife. The Husband Fined $25 and an Agreement of Separation Signed Later. T. F. Lyon, editor of the Arizona Populist, was arrested yesterday cn complaint of his wife charging him with having beaten her. The warrant was issued from JuBtice Johnstone's court where the defendant appeared later. He denied the specific charge against him but in order to avoid the annoyance and expense of a trial pleaded guilty to a general charge of committing a misdemeanor. This plea was not accepted and he was fined $25. The accusation was a surprise to even intimate friends of the family. It was learned later though that a friction of long standing existed arising entirely from an unfortunate incompatibility. Mr. Lyona denied that he had used any violence toward his wife but said that she had long been suggesting a separa tion. He also said that she had wanted him to leave, and that while he was not averse to a separation he was unwilling to put himself in position to be charged with desertion and so in a divorce suit lose custody of a sweet six year old child to whom both parents are warmly attached. He also charges his wife with having threatened to have him arrested for insanity and com- uiitteu to an asyium. Mrs. Lyons has many Bvmnathizars won by her friendly manner. She is now stopping at the housaof a friend and an agreement of separation was signed yesterday afternoon by herself and her busband. Under the terms of the agreement she has the custody of the children at least until final legal action is taken. Sirines for all musical instruments f. the Phoenix Stationery and News com The following was received bv wire at The Shore June 1 : Riverside, June 1. 1895. The Shore. Phoerix, Arizona Car starts to. morrow. 75,300 fancy stock oranges to slaugh ter at 4U lor ou cents. o. n, hall. Aek your grocer lor 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 it not found as warrant ed purchase price will be refunded. Apricot day at Murdock's. Coffee Al ! Coffee Al I Coffee Al ! The Brownies at the Hub Clothing company's store will soon be out of a job. Those elegant 50c suspenders which they have been looking after lately are selling rapidly and will soon begone. Have you secured a pair? Workingman's barbershop, coolest basement in town. Best barbers. Phoenix steam laundry, corner Jack son and Center streets. The Weekly Republican, containing 40 columns of reading matter, six months for 7oc. Two-cent stamps taken. Five room dwelling to rent. Apply to Clark Churchill, 37 South Center street. Dr. Sawyer, diseases of men and women and of the skin. , Ground floor. Gilson block. Hans Herlick, agent for Anheuser Busch beer, telephone 75. Account of the Travellers Protective Association the Maricooa and Phoenix railway will place on sale tickets Phoe nix to San Antonio and return at the very low rate of $51.50 for the round trip. Tickets will be on sale May 31 and Junel, good returning until June 7. Davis & Currie are now In charge of the Phoenix planing mill. Give them a call for prompt and skillful work. 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. Bllnn Lumber Co. Long ago Gillet mastered the art of cutting trousers to perfection. Delicious steaks, cold storage meats at the Washington Market. Mr. Tovrea butchers only the best stock. Thomas, barber, next to Bee Hive, Screen doors and windows made to order. Ragsdale & Johnson, Cor. Jefferson and First St. Notice to Contractors. "Rids will he received hv t.hp nrtrlpr- signed up to Thursday, June 5. at 4 p. m., for the construction of a brick block. Plans on file in the office of Millard & Oreiffhton. The rich to rn- ject any or all bids is reserved. VV . VV . tllBBAKD, Monihon building. Keep Cool. The East End Electric Works are in it again on fans, and will render reliable service for the coming season and don't propose to be frozen out in mid-summer in southern Arizona. Office corner of Second and Adams streets. Should Be Sprinkled. That the Central avenue boulevard has long been sprinkled regularly and kept in good condition as a driveway is due to the private enterprise of Col. James T. Simms and a few others who live on the avenue or drive on it regu larly. The excellent condition in which it has been kept has contributed in no small measure to making the Simms addition what it is, the favorite high class residence district of the city. For Over Fiftv 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 remedy for diarrhcea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. CREAM Lad If a and their escorts Tuesday and Efe X tafif r-r -JL- - 3E VlBtW There's lots There's cent E. Stationerv and N"ews. t le Buy for X We Sell for Every customer pays for only the goods he buys. See Our Hammocks. Sunday, June 2. The Shore. 75,300 Selected Shipped today from Orchard to THE SHORE to slaughter again. 40 for 50c. WATCH FOR THEM. Tk VMS' OS 311 1 1 Hi M 1, J. I ROOTBEErj ' Q. ilP' The Chas norm: A1.D 1 IE M f In this The Pioiix Stationery and News Co. WINES, !L.IQUOtS and cigars. LOUIS MELOZER. Distributing agent for Pabst and Lemp Beers and the San Francisco Breweries, limited. Also for the celebrated Manitou Mineral Water, of Manitou, Colorado, and the Apollinaris 36-40 North Center Street Phffinix. HAY AND GRAIN. E. E. PASCOE, Friday Kveniugs. Water changed Dallv uick! of snat) and vim in this Htrtsk' Root- lots of pleasure and good health in A 1 delicious drink, a temperance drink, a j urinK, a arinK mat aengnts we oia ana w sure and get the genuine package makes 5 gallons. Sold everywhere. fc Hires Company, Philadelphia, Pa. t g ITOTICE We can bniid cottages for 9 -Ll ?12o a room, size of roms 12x12 X feet, height of celings 10 feet, 2 porches X and 1 chimney included. House to be X painted and plastered, 2 coats, and will X furnish all necessary plans and speei- X flcations. We can also furnish lots and X build houses for parties who can make X small payment down, balance on easy X terms. Estimates given on all clas- X 0 ses of buildings. Address P-O. Box 244 T and we will call on you. T THIS POET Is' original, at least it said "orig inal" where we found it. a I stood upon the ocean's sandy beach, jxlki win a it?eu i wruie upuu tine sana. these words: Agnes, I love thee. But the winds came and the waves rolled mountain high And blotted out the fair impression. Cruel wind! Treacherous sand! Fragile reed! No longer will I trust thee, But from the highest mountain peak I'll pluck the tallest pine. And dipped in the crater of Vesuvius I will write Upon the high and burnished heavens these words: "Vantilburg & Davison are selling Watches, Jewelry, Belt Pins, etc., for "Low prices that talk loud enough "To be heard all over the territory," And ve'd like to see the wave that can wash that out. l Wholesale Deader in WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.; URANCE. pany. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. I5 South Center Street: