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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN : THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 1895.
5 Highest of all in Leavening Power. BSO&UTEEY PURE LOCAL BRIEFS, A Record of Yesterday's Hap penings. Real Estate Transactions Minor Criminal Affairs Arizona Crapes. A bargain in gasoline stoves at D. H. Burtie'. Guns and ammunition at Talbot & Hubbard's. Mrs. W. H. Hatcher, living in West Capitol addition, is eeiiouely ill. As a flyer California blackberries the best in the market, at the Shore. Licenee to marry was issued yester day to Alpha Leon and Josefa Orleea. Mr. F. J. Peck returned yesterday from a months business trip to Los Angeles. C. F. Leonard has the finest assort ment of fruits and melons, as well as the beat soda ever drank. Try them. Hurley nas held an immense trade by attending closely to selecting the best meats, promptdeliveryand reason able rates. Mr. F. J. O'Brien of The Republican, left this morning for Prescott to parti cipate in the Fourt of July ceremonies and to attend the annual session of the Arizona Press association. In order that their employes might give themselves wholly and entirely to the Fourth of July, the Alkire Dry Goods and Clothing company will re main closed all day today. Superintendent Hamblin, of the territorial insane asylum, has been notified by'tbe board of control that the notice of the removal of Steward Eu gene Hacketthas been recalled. The pumping plant furnished by L. D, Copelard to a colony of Dunkards at Agua Fria, has been put in running or der, and is now supplying a great amount of water to this locality. Territorial Auditor Leitch yesterday made an arrangement for the care of the capitol grounds until the next ses sion of the legislature. There was al ready due about $500 for labor on the grounds. This amount has been paid. Mr. C. B. Jeffries, the fruit shipper, yesterday received a telegram from F. A. Thomas & Sons, Chicago, to whom he recently sent a car of grapes, saying that the samples were more than satis factory. The firm desired a car daily. Outbound passengers by the M. & P. last night were Mrs. G. P. Bullard for Los Angeles. Miss Anita and Miss Millani Cox for Los Angeles, Jas. Henry and A. Levy for Los Angeles, J. P. Sweeney for Colton, Effie Van Burt and daughter, Mrs. L. P. Brown, Mrs. J. M Moore and Sam Da Bow for Tuc son, Mrs. Frank Baxter for Sentinel. Last night Assistant Marshal Briggs found an old Mexican lying helpless in the road in the southeastern part of town. His name is Jose Maria Cas tillo, who had been thrown out of a wagon by a runaway team. The officer picked him up and helped him along the road until they were met by friends of the old man. He was severely and possibly seriously injured. A public installation of the oflicers lect of Phoenix council No. Junior Order of American Mechanics took place on Tuesday night. The new offi cers are B. D. Johnson, counsellor; M. N. Casterline, vice-counsellor; Z. O. Brown, recording secretary; J. F. El well, financial secretary; W. E. Peek, Is the price we are charging for a la dies' fine Dongola Oxford Tie. We have them narrow, opera, Philadelphia and common sense toe, plain or patent leather tips. They are the best values you have seen for the money. L. Chandler SHOE COMPANY. - 1S1.50 Latest U. S. Gov't Report conductor; E. H. Mowre, warden; H. A. Hughes, guard, and A. P. Walbridge, sentinel. The installation was followed by refreshments and an excellent pro gram. Mr. L. A. Amirault is an energetic and impulsive gentleman. A week ago he left the city on a half hour's notice for a 2,800 miie business trip through Texas. On Tuesday morning he re turned and on Tuesday evening he ef fected another enterprise by getting married. The bride was Miss Ruby Allen, a verv accomplished young lady of Bowie, Tex. The wedding was cele brated by Elder W. H. Matlock at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Barr in Orchard Grove. The following transfers of real estate reported by Coggins & Brown, ab stracters, were vesterdav entered for record: Warwick Scott and wife to Chas. J. Allen, lot 88 Highland addi tion, f 150 ; same grantor to Harry E. Allen, lot 90, same addition, $150 ; same to Jas. W, Allen, lot 89, eame addition, $150; W.T.Smith and wife to F. O. Sholty and F. D. Hufft, nw , ne H, sec 15, twp 2 n, r 2 e, $1200 ; J. B. Lacv, administrator to W. F. Adams, w nw ne Ja, sec 21, twp In, r 5 e, $1450; John H. Mulford to Territory of Arizona, ne Ji, ue Mi fiec 4, twp 1 n, r 3 e, $630. PERSONAL. At McKelligon's you can get the finest hand-made Sour Mash, Bourbon and Pennsylvania rye whiskies. No. 21, East Washington street. FREED PRISONERS. Paroles ana Pardons Become Ef factual Today. Under the new parole law Governor Hugnes yesterday ordered the release from the Territorial prison of Wm. Swallow sent up from Gila county and Thos. Galvan from (Joconino county and John Richardson from Yavapai county. These prisoners are paroled on the con dition that they abstain from in toxica' ting liquors and keep the laws of the territory and municipalities in which they reside. Otherwise they will be considered fugitives from justice. A pardon was also issued to Carabaja, sent from Mohave county. The pardon was issued on the recommendation of Judge E. W. Wells before whom he was tried, Col. W. G. Blakely, the prose cuting attornev, most of the trial jurors and the governor and ex-delegate of New Mexico and many prominent citizens of New Mexico where the pris oner formerly resided. All these prisoners together with several others whose pardons were is sued last Friday, will be released today. TO BOSTON, MASS. And Return One Fare forthe Round Trio, July 3d, 4th, 5th and 6th. On account of the Fourteenth Inter national Convention of the United So ciety of Christian Endeavor and the National Young People's (Jhristian Union, to be held at Boston, Mass., July 10th to 14th, 1895, the Texas & Pa cific railway will place on sale July 3d, 4th. 5th and 6th, tickets to Boston, Mass., and return, at the rate of one lowest first-class limited fare for the round trip, with final limit for return August 5th. Exchange orders will be drawn on Mississippi river gateways, New Orleans, Shreveport, Memphis and St. Louis on the dates named, with final limit August 5th. Tickets east of these gateways, however, will be limited to July 24th for return, with privilege of extending the final limit to August 3d, by depositing the return portion of ticket with joint agent of terminal lines at Boston. If yon do not wish to attend this con vention, why not take advantage of this low rate and visit friends or relatives in the east, or enjoy yourself in the tnoun tains or at the seashore for a short time ? For further information call on or ad dress your nearest ticket agent or' W. A. Dashiell, Gaston Meslier, Trav. Pass. Agt. Gen'l. PaeB. & T't. Agt. Dallas. Texas. M. & P. Excursion. The next seaside excursion via. the Maricopa & Phoenix railway, will leave Phoenix Tuesday, July 9, at b p. m., ar rriving at Lob Angeles 7 p. m. the next evening. Tickets limited to sixty days, may be secured to Los Angeles, San Pedro, Santa Monica and Long Branch at the very low rate of $25.95 for the round trip. A through Pullman palace sleeping car will be run through from Phoenix to uoa Angeles without change. This in connection with the through buffet sleepers from Maricopa will afford passengers every convenience, The cusine of the buffet car is unsur passed and refreshments of all kinds at a nominal cost may be secured at any time during the day or night. Parties contemplating this trip should bear in mind that this route will place them at Los Angeles in eight hours less time than via. any other line, being but one night on the road. The side trirMo the other points mentioned mav be made at the convenience of passengers. For detailed information relative to stop overs, etc., call at city office, No. 20 and 22, North Center street. G. H. Hoxsiiell, Gen. Superintendent R. E. Fisher and F. W. Schneck's Late Venture. One of the neatest lunch counters and short order houses in the city was opened to the public yesterday after noon bv Messrs. fisher and Schenck in front of The Herald office. The build ing is just completed and fitted up for this restaurant and is as neat as a new pin, as well as furnished with the best fare procurable in the market. Mr. Fisher, better known as "Gene" Fisher, has catered for years to the public and has made many friends. He understands how to please in every sense at a lunch counter or table, and many old . patrons will be pleased to hear of this venture. Patronage was very liberal last -night and judging from the choice tood placed before them everyone was pleased to begin with. These gentlemen are prepared to please and invite their old friends and patrons as well as the public at large to call and give them a trial. Htatlonerv and. News, Just received aud at prices never before heard of in Phoenix at Tie Phoenix LOCAL BREVITIES. The ewimming baths have fresi water every day, and every convenience is therefore the pleasure of guests. Thfi TTpnrv R Tvpmn f!n aro oVin-ccincr something new in oil stones, which is a i . periect Bonanza ior carpenters. Park swimming baths cool delight ful refreshing. Circulating librarv, room 5 Lewis block. Houre from 4 to 6 :45 p. m. New refrigerator and household goods for sale at 833 West Jefferson street. Tickets to Flagstaff and return are now on sale at the S. F. P. & P. offices. Fare for the round trip, $2.70. Now is the opportunity of which persons wishing to visit the Grand Canon should avail themselves. Steam cookers, coolest, best and cheapest summer stoves. Dawson & Fish. Hardware at Dawson & Fish sells for less than elsewhere. Call and examine. The Weekly Republican, containing 40 columns of reading matter, six months for 7oc. Two-cent stamps taken. ' Keeo Cool. The East End Electric Works are in it again on fane, 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 etreets. Ask your grocer tor a sack of Gar diner's best patent flour and you will never buy any other, if your gro- Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, DR; MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free t'om Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. 200,000 Paper Napkins Stationery & News Co. v CREAM cer don't keep it you can be supplied at the Capitol mills on .bast Adams street. Every sack of this flour is fully guaranteed and if not found as warrant ed purchase price will be refunded. Henry E. Kemp Co. have a good assortment of refrigerators left, which they offer for a short time at a very low figure. On Juiy 2, 3, 4 and 5, tickets will be on sale at the S. F., P. & P. ticket of fice to Denver and return with final limit of July 16, at $48.35. By deposit ing tickets with the joint agent of ter minal lines at Denver an extension of limit can be obtained until August 25, These are good only for continuous passage in both directions. Ho for cool baths this hot weather at the Park. Coffee Al ! Coffee Al ! Coffee Al ! For rent July 1st, 1895, Los Angeles, Cal. Handsomely furnished cottage, eight rooms, all modern improvements Piano, lawn, flowers, etc., centrally lo cated. Address 801 W. Seventh St., Lob itgaies, Ca The success of the Columbian Build ing and Loan association has been phe nomenal because it is an organization of the members for the members and by the members. Parks' Sure Cure is a positive specific in all diseases of the liver and kidneys. By removing the uric acid in the blood it cures rheumatism. S. B. BasforJ, of Carthage, S. Dak., sayB: "I believe Parks' Sure Cure excels all other medi cines for rheumatism and urinary dis orders." Sold by C. Eschman & Co. 5 The Conde typewriter desk is per fection. Samples at 27 W. Washington street, corner Wall. C. F. Simms, Special Agent. Are ou wonderine what to do this morning? Go out to the Pare swim ming baths and have a cool swim. Call on Will Vigus, Singer sewing machine agent, Phoenix, Arizona, for the best machine on earth. Parks' Tea clears the complexion. Mrs. N. Meyette, of LeRov, N. Y., savs : "I have used Parks' Tea and find it the best remedy I have ever tried." Sold by C. Eschman & Co. 4 Dawgon & Fish for queensware, the best in the market dirt cheap. Phoenix steam laundrv, corner Jack son and Center etreets. Thomas, barber, next to Bee Hive. Workingman's barbershop, coolest basement in town. Best barbers. Five room dwelling to rent. Applv to Clark Churchill, 37 South Center street. The American Beauty owes her pres tige more to a clear complexion than to any other attribute. A cup of Parks' Tea will enable anyone to possess this. It clears the skin and removes pimples and that sallow, muddy look. Parks' Tea is used by thousands of ladies for the complexion. Without being a cathartic it cures constipation. Sold by C. Eschman & Co. 6 Fire Crackers 3 toe Fourth of July at IRVINE'S. J HOW IS THIS? Why pay high rent for a poor dwelling When you can get a nice 6-room brick abundance of shade and in a desirable neighborhood for a way down figure? Only $300 Cash balance long time without interest. This will not be on the market long when terms, price and location are known to the intending purchaser. Aaaress l . j jsjjl ii;. www w www w w www w w w w wwwww w wm TTT II T 1 T 1 n te hes.Uiamon(ls. wry EYerytMng Strictly iVantilburg & Davison,! I LEADING PHGENIX JEWELERS 1 MONEY Real Estate or Personal Security. E. E. PASCO E, 15 South Center Street. TTTC r M THE BEST CIGARETTE SMOKERS who care to pay a little more than the cost of ordinary trade cigarettes will find the PET CIGARETTES SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS Made from the higlx. t cost Gold Leaf grown in Virginia, and are ABSOLUT! PURE Are You Weary of paying rent? If so, see H.B.St. Claire, general manager of the Colum bia Building and Loan association. He might assist yon in making you yonr own landlord. Not in Season. This is not exactly the season of the year when reaidencelots are extensive ly sold. It is, however, a good plan for those who intend to inveet later on, to keep their eyes on the Simms addition. It already has a number of residents who rejoice in pure air, cooling breeze at night, proximity to town and many other advantages of a model residence district. For Over Fifty Years. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething. It soothes the child, eoftens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Do You Want to Stop Tobacco? TOUCAN BE CURED WHILE USING IT The habit of using tobacco grows on a man nntil grave diseased conditions are produced. Tobacco causes cancer of the mouth and stom ach: dyspepsia; loss of memory; nervous af fections: congestion of the retina, and wasting of the optic nerve, resulting in impairment of vision, even to the extent of blindness; dizzi ness or vertigo; tobacco asthma; nightly suffo cation; dull pain in region of the heart, fol lowed later Dy sharp pains, palpitation and weakened pulse, resulting in fatal heart dis ease. It also causes loss of vitality. QUIT BEFORE IT li TOO LATE. To quit suddenly is too severe a shock to the system, as tobacco to an inveterate user, be comes a stimulant that his system continually craves. "Baco-'Juro" is a scientific and relia ble vegetable remedy, guaranteed to be per fectly harmless, and which has been in use for the last 23 years, having cured thousands of habitual tobacco users smokers, chewers and snuff-dippers. You can use all the tobicco you want while taking "Baco-Curo." It will notify you when to stop. We give a written guarantee to per manently cure any case with three boxes, or refund the money with 10 per cent interest. "Baeo Curo" is not a substitute, but a re liable and scientific cure which absolutely destroys the craving for tobacco without the aid of willpower, and with no inconvenience. It leaves the system as pure and free from nicotine as the day you took your first chew or smoke. Sold by all druggists at $1 per box, three boxes (thirty days' treatment and guaranteed cure) $2.50, or sent direct upon receipt of price. Send six two-cent stamps for sample box, booklet and proofs free. Eureka Chemical & Manufacturihgcompany, manufacturing chem ists. La Crosse, Wisconsin. Assaver. E. E. BURLING AM E'S ASSAY OFFICE I & Established iir Colorado, 1866, Samples by mail or express will receive prompt and care ful attention. Sold and Saver Bullion dr rchaS: address, U36 and 1738 Lawrence St.. Dearer. Colo. TO LOAN.