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THE AKIZONA REPUBLICAN : THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 6, 1895.
5 Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report LOCAL BREVITIES. PARK SWIMMING BATHS. Bftkin Phoenix steam laundry, corner Jack eon and Center streets. A cup of Parks' Tea at night moves the bowels in themorninz without nain or discomfort. It is a good health-giver ana oiooa purnyer. eoia by (J. Eech- man x uo. 3 ABSOLUTELY PURE LOCAL BRIEFS. A Record of Yesterday's Happenings. -Real Estate Transactions - Minor Court Matters Arrival of S. P. & P. Officials. iuDs and ammanition at Talbot & Hubbard's. Marlow'a butter has the reputation of being the beat butter in the valley. The Salt' Biver Valley Produce com- .pany handle it. Lost Between Capitol grounda and Third avenue, ladies' light dress waist. Tinder please leave at Ham brook & Schorr and receive reward. District lodge I. 0. (J. T., will convene at Tempe next Saturday at 1 :30 p. m Another session will be held in the evening at 7:30. A large delegation from Phoenix will attend. Coffee Al who has purchased the Nickel Plate siand and remodeled it will open it today. He is not quite ready but Thursday is his lucky day and tomorrow is everybody's unlucky day. The passenger train from the north yesterday morning took out a carload of apricots for the Arizona Improve ment company from Ulendale. An other carload was gathered yesterday for shipment this morniDg. Outbound passengers other than ex cursionists over the north and fouth road this morning were Mrs. M. Mc Carthy and W. M. Mullen for Denver, D. Bayley for Santa Fe and Wm. M. Oasmell for Pittsburg, Pa. The Maricopa and Phoenix yesterday sent out a carload of honey for Chicago. It wa9 shipped by J. Webster Johnson, acting for the Valley Beekeepers asso ciation. The same line shipped four cars of grain to Hall's Station, N. M. Prof. Hill, the I. 0. G. T., lecturer, is doing good work in the northern part of the territory. He writes that ha has organized lodges at Upper and Lower Verde and Prescott and that another will certainly be established at Jerome. Notice of location of the Arizona, Champ, North Star and Clifford min ing claims, in the White Tank moun tains, was filed yesterday by C. E. Clif ford and others. The Lone' Star claim in the same district was located by Chas. Noyes and others. The "Shore" yesterday had an at tractive advertisement on the street, a covered van bearing the legend, "We are pounding down prices." The pound ing idea was accentuated bv the enerev of a couple of boys inside' the van who industriously hammered anvils. A meeting of the promoters of the Northern Addition Street railway was neia at the othce of General Clark Churchill last night and adjourned un- iii tomgnt. xnis proiectdesiened to ac commodate a large and crowing district win gnoriiy do a reality ot trolley poles, rails and motor cars. Assessor St. Claire and his deputies completed the county assessment on June 1. He is now engaged in the preparation of the assessment roll to be submitted to the board of supervisors on June 15. All who have any fault to find with tb.3 assessment will save time and possibly money by calling before that date. S. Y. Barkley, living in the western part of the city, killed a mad dog with a club yesterday. The animal, which t s Mustard i Plaster 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, bat for trade we get Bhoes 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 coarse 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 shooting too hard call ns down. L. Chandler --SH0E COMPANY.-" had been seen in other parts of the citv, passed bis house and bit a valuable bird dog belonging to him. Mr. Barkley saw at a glance that the dog was rabid and not having time to go after a gun seized the most available weapon. club. He afterward killed his own dog The following transfers of real estate reported by Coggins & Brown, abstract ers were yeeterdajr entered for record Robert S. Morrison to Max Dagenais half interest in lot 2. block 83. Phoenix New England Land company to Albert w. stacey, lots 7 and 8, block B, eubdi vision of lot 25, Hadeell's addition to (ilendale, $100; E. E. Kirkland and wife to J. M. Shott, lot 7, block 1, Kirk land's subdivision in Murphy's addi- tion, $300. A letter was received yesterday from tiorace fciator, wno is now in Los An eeles. Slator was entered in all the cIbbs B events at Los Angeles on Decor . . TA 1 .11 r. . . Biiuu i'y, out me nrst race he was run into and cracked a bone in his arm tie says that he went against the two best riders in southern California and won the first heat with ease. He will nue BKHin on june is ana it is ex pected that he will make some fast time. President Murphy, of the Santa Fe Prescott and Phoenix, arrived bv sne. cial train yesterday afternoon, accom panied by Messrs. Smith, Woods and Roach, members of the board of super visors 01 xavapai county, Superintend ent Coleman, General Passenger Agent Lraxe ana ur. tieorge W. Vickers. To day, accompanied by the board of su pervisors of this county, the party will start on a trip over the line, nnder a law mating such an inspection obligatory. Elder W. H. Matlock of the Christian church, who preached the funeral of (jrrant Hendricks, the dead printer ves- terday, announced at the close of the services that on nxt Sunday night he would preach a sermon to nrinrern Elder Matlock is a printer himself and a good one. He carries a "card" and is in asgood standing in the "union" as he is in the church. He will no doubt employ technical language better nn derstood by printers than those outside the guild. But outsiders are cordiallv invited to attend. Thev mav learn something about typography but if they do not they will certainly gather new laeas about the scheme of redemption. Juan Rivera was tried before Justice Johnstone yes erday on a charge of rob bing a drunken companion of a watch. Rivera admitted his guilt but said he had afterward ecmared matters with his victim by promising to pay for the wa'cn or return it. A man to whom he had sold it for 75 cents came in and drove another nail into Joan's coffin. Justice Johnstone, though the offense waB a felony, reduced it to a misde meanor and sent Juan to the county jail for 175 days thereby saving the county great expense and heading off Juan's unworthy ambition to go to Yuma where his partner Carlos Aldai is Ferving a sevan-year sentence for deadly assault. Remember the Ajax line of bicycles is the best seller in the east. See them at the Phoenix Stationery and News Co. PERSONAL. A. J. Peters of Tempe, spent yester day in the city. Hon. Ben M. Crawford arrived in the city yesterday morning from the north. P. J. McCormick, the cattle king of Yavapai county, came in yesterday from the north. H. E. Hauser, general superintend ent for Lantry Bros., came down from Prescott yesterday afternoon. Chief Engineer Gwyn of the north and south road came in yesterday from Florence, where the surveying party of the Santa Fe, Preecott and Phoenix ex tension is now camped. City Editor W. A. Coy of the Arisoni Star, who has been in the city several days, returned to Tucson last night. Mr. Coy daring his visit was elected assistant princi pal of the Central school . John Wood and Thos. Roach, super visors of Yavapai county, and Dr. Vickers and J. J. Fisher, were nleanant callers last night. Thev came down from Prescott on a special yesterday afternoon and will return today. At McKelligon's voucan sret the fin eat. hand-made Sour Mash, Bourbon and Pennsylvania rye whiskies. No. 21. East Washington street. Dressmakers wanted at once. R22 East Washington street. Mas. E. F. Hewings. The Conde typewriter desk is ner- fection. Samples at 27 W. Washington street, corner Wall. C. F. Simms." Special Agent. Those basket telescones R1A t.hn cheapest on earth, at the Phoenix Sta tionery and News Co. "Dog License." All dogs caught without license lacs after June 10, 1895, will be killed. Pay license to city colieetor and save your dg- Gus C. Clark. City Marshal. The Weekly Republican, containing W columns or reaaing matter, six months for 7oc. Two-cent stamps taEen. Workingman's barbershop, coolest basement in town. Best barbers. A faV rnnr o-rncer tor a nanlr rf Ha.. diner's best patent flour and you will never ouy ny otuer. it your gro cer don't keep it you can be supplied at the Canitol mills on East. A lama street. Every sack of this flour is fully guaranteea ana 11 not round as warrant ee! purcnaee price win pe reiunciea. Coffee Al 1 Coffee' Al ! Coffee Al 1 (Stilt loner v and News. 2 Just In AT The Itaix Stationery .Hews Co. Very Cneap. Screen doors and windows made to order. Ragsdale & Johnson. Cor. Jefferson and First St, Apply Center Five room dwelling to rent. to Clark Churchill, 37 South street. Dr. Sawyer, diseases of men and women and of the -skin. Ground floor. iriison diock. Hans Herlick, agent for Busch beer, telephone 75. Anheuser Long ago Gillet mastered the art of cutting trousers to perfection. Thomas, barber, next to Bee Hive. Parks' Cough SyruD cures coucrhs. colds and consumption. Mrs. Oath er ne Riant nf T.pRiw IV V nmri. "T took one bottle of Parks' Cough Syrup. It acted like magic. Stopped my cough and I am perfectly well now." Sold by C. Eschman & Co. 2 For Sale A complete photopranh outfit in first class condition. Address P., Republican office. Lumber Tf von are in lha mirlsl for lumber be sure and get our figures. By doing this yon will consult your own interest. The L. W. Blinn Lumbeb Co. I've a secret in my heart, Sweet Marie, A tale I would impart, Sweet Mane. If you'd even fairer be Yon must always use Parks' Tea The improvement you will see, Sweet Mane. Sold by C. Eschman & Co. 1 Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, Da CREAM MOST PERFECT MADE. from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Lad it-g and their escorts Tuesday and Frldav Evenings Water changed Dailv- Davis & Currie are now in charge of the Phoenix planing mill. Give them a call for prompt and skillful work. Notice to Contractors. Bids will be received hv thA nnrlar. signed up to Thursday, June 5. at 4 d m., for the construction of a hrinfc block. Plans on file in the office of Millard & Creis-hton. Thpiio-Vit: tun ject any or all bids is reserved. W. W. Hibbakd, Monition building. Keep Cool. The East End Elpptrio WnrVd o-Q ; it again on fans, and will render reliable service ior me coming season ana don't PrOPOBe tO be frozen Out in mili-enrnma, in southern Arizona. Office corner of second and Adams streets. For OvarFlftvVoara. Mrs. WinKlnw'n Rnnthinn- finvnn k ' - ............ 1 u y uoa ueen usea ior cm rirnn tsot.h nn it SOOtheH the P.hilri BAfiano Ika .. . 1 " 1 ' - - Kuuio, allays all pain, cures wind colic and is . 1 1 j, . .. . ,j me uvei : remeay ior aiarrnoea. lwenty-hve cents a bottle. - : Should Be Sprinkled. 1 That the Central avpnno hmilovoVrl has lone been SDrinkled reo-nlnrlv arui kept in good condition as a driveway is aue 10 me private enterprise of Col James T. Simms and a few others who live on the avenue or drive on it regu- larlv. The excellent. cnnHif inn in whi'nh it has been kept has contributed in no bman measure to making the Simms addition what it is, the favorite high uibbs resilience aistrict 01 the city. Thnrsday, June 6. Have Yon Seen Them? 75,300 Oranges The Shore' 40 for 50c. NOTICE We can bnild cottages for $125 a room, size of r.oms 12x12 feet, height of celings 10 feet, 2 porches and 1 chimney included. House to be painted and plastered, 2 coats, and will furnish all necessary plans and speci fications. We can also furnish lots and build houses for partieB who can mane small payment down, balance on easy terms. Estimates given on all clas ses of buildings Address P- O. Box 244 and we will call on you. Graduate Chicago College of Pharmacy. Mt Label RigM Bottle IL Right Price , Yon will Get the On the If you EDICT PV'C DUI BUI PV VlUUliLU U I UnillUAUl) trade at Hotel Burke Building, . . PRESCOTT. ARIZ. THIS P0EM7 Is original, at least it said "orig inal" where we found it. f I stood upon the ocean's sandy beach, And with a reed I wrote upon the sand these words: 1 . Agnes, I love thee. 1 , - 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:.. , "Vantilburgd: 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 ware that cm wash that out. Zfc4 cuyui, Shout QtotK- - ' ' . v Q. Prescott Lot Especially delightful for -SUMMER RESIDENCE. Prescott, The Queen of the Mountain, 6,200 feet above sea level, offers extra inducements to the people of the SaH Kiver Valley. We buy your hay, your grain and your fruit and are learning to eat your sweet potatoes annd pumpkins. uome Up and Cool Off. Gef Acquainted with vour Neighbors Sweeten your tempers and prolong your lives. ' - Onr Moun am Fines Exha e the Trne Ozone. Rates and terms reasonable. R. C. POWERS , Agent for 200 LotsAmon the Pines Within the City Limits WINES, LIQUOB8 AND CIGARS. 1 Wholesale Dea'er in LOUIS MELCZER. WINES, LIQUORS AND GIGARSJ Distributing agent for Pabst and Lemp Beers and tbe San Francisco Breweries, limited . Also for the celebrated Manitou Mineral Water, of Manitou, Colorado, and the Apollinaris ' 36-40 North Center Street, Pkniv HAY AND GRAIN, i 1 INSURANCE. E. E. PASGOE, 15 South Center Street.