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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN : THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 1895.
5 Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOLUTELY PUKE LOCAL BRIEFS. A Record of Yesterday's Hap penings. "Mesa Observes a Holiday An Ice Cream Festival Petty Criminal Cases. A bargain in gasolines tovea at D. H. Burtis'. Guns and ammunition at Talbot & Hubbard's. A3 a flyer California blackberries the best in the market, at the Shore. The well known Marjow Jersey bat ter is on sale at Buxton & Co's. This butter is the best sold in the city, hav ing been thoroughly tested and found by far the best. The Melczer Liquor company yester day received a carload of wine. An undelivered telegram is at the S. F. P. & P. office for Weather Observer Burrows. J. W. Miller came in yesterday from McDowell with forty head of eattle which he will dispose of to local butchers. John Montgomery and eon, Robert Qarnett and Henry Roberts left yester day morning on a month's outing in the Four Peaks country. Governor Hughes yesterday ap pointed TV. H. Burbadtje of Apache county commissioner of immigration, vice J. T. Leeeur, reeigued. The Tempe Creamerv monthly turns out from 3,000 to 5,000 pounds of but ter. During the warm season the most of the product is made into cheese. The Kimball house at Mesa City is crowded with guests. A peculiarity about Mesa is that in summer there are more visitors in the city than in winter. O. A. Penoyer, a former resident of the valley but now of Arkansas, is in the city to look after his property at Glendale. He will return to Arkansas in a few days. : J. E. Stewart of the south side has cone to' Ton to Basin to round up cattle. He will shortly collect 10,000 head of beeves and drive them to Colorado and then to Montana. Gov. Hughes returned yesterday from Iucson but will not render his decision on the findings of the recent court martial until he can give his undivided attention to the matter. A United States consul to Mexico is now in Chihuahua under orders of the United States government to inquire into the killing of Tribolett by Mexican soldiers a couple of weeks ago. W. S. Berray, late superintendent of the Old Dominion Copper company at Globe, has accepted a position as super intendent of the Hanover Bessemer Iron company of Silver City, N. M. May Ackerman, a young woman of reprehensible character and who claims residence on the block, was tried yes terday by Justice JohnBtone for dis turbing the peace. She paid a fine of $10. Governor Hughes yesterday com missioned the following persons as no taries public : Ira M. George, Mohave county; M. B. Hazelton, Yavapai; D. M. McKinney, Mohave, and George E. Pooler, Winslow. An ice cream festival will be given -tonight at the Osborn school, two miles north of town, on Center street. The .affair is in charge of the ladies of Bethel 1 What's Up?i "T)UT it won't J3 be any hot ter and you will feel very com fortable if you will but call and be flttted with a Pair of Easy Shoes. I L. Chandler The Mercurv. f t vSHOE COMPANY. X X X church and the proceeds will be for the benefit of the church. A glass tube at the Tempe Creamery exploded Tuesday morning and knocked over the engineer, C. Curley. A couple more men were also knocked out, but no serious injury, was received. About 400 pounds of ammonia was lost, how ever, as the result of the explosion. A serenading party has been organ ized in the city composed of some of the musical young men of the city. They will make visits nightly to the homes of those who do not object to be awakened from sound slumber by the sweet refrains of a guitar and man dolin. The officers have as yet no clue as to the whereabouts of the young couple, that have eloped from Walnut Grove and are supposed to be in this city. The father of the young girl is yet in town and vows that he will make it in teresting for Mike Campbell if he catcfree him. Jose Martinez was tried In the re corder's court yesterday for disturbing the peace. Only a couple of days ago Martinez was released from serving a five days' sentence, and as he appeared to be very fond of spending his time in jail the recorder gave him seven days on the chain gang. Toribio Carmargo was sentenced to serve ten days in the county jail yester day for using vulgar and obscene language. He entered the home of a woman named Maria Flores with no other object than to call both she and her husband vile names. Constable Porterie happened to be passing at the time and took the fellow in charge. The following were the out-going pas sengers on last night's M. & P. train: J. W. Hosier, Galveston ; Mrs. T. L. Hughes, Mrs. S. 8. Dunlap, Mrs. H. O. Sampson, Redding, Cal. ; W. H. Slife, Denver; Jos. Campbell, Los Angeles; S. F. Wardwell, Springfield, Mo. ; Nellie WoodBide, Sacramento, Cal.; C. F. Morgan and wife, Tucson ; J. F. Mc Bride, Los Angeles. Yesterday was observed as a holiday in Mesa City for it is the anniversary of the first discovery of Salt Lake by the Mormons. A picnic was held on the grounds, called the "bowery," From 2 o'c!ocktin the afternoon until 6 o'clock yesterday evening the young boys and girls enjoyed a dance, and last night, the elder folks held a big dance in the town hall. Speeches were made by the leading citizens of the town and an all round good time was enjoyed. Says the Silver Belt: A distatch from Snowflake, Apache county, dated July 16, states that on the night previ ous the southbound mail was waylaid by three men, ten miles from Snowfiake. One of the highwayman caught one of the mail carrier's horses by the bridle, but the bridle broke and the horses ran away leaving the robbers behind. The team daahed into a great gu'ch, where the wagon, horses and driver were pitched into a hole. The driver was hurt, but is thought no,t seriously . The robbers got no booty. There wis quite a discussion among several prominent men at the depot last night as to the dig at Tucson, as they considered it, in the last night's issue of our contemporary, says the Star. A graduating scale placed Phoe nix first, hell next, lower than the second appeared Yuma, while away down even lower than Yuma appeared Tucson. One of the reverend gentle men of the city once made some such comparison and had it pronounced treason. The gentlemen speaking of it at the depot saw this drive the same way. Harry Gordon was tried in Justice Johnstone'a court yesterday on a charge ot cutting loose several dogs belonging to Col. Poston. The colonel keeps a sort of dog hospital at the Golden Eagle r tables. The canines made more or less noise and very often a dog was found missing but the remains of a rope left behind showed conclusively that a knife figured very exteDSivelv in the matter. The colonel set watch and saw Gordon iu the act of cutting the rope of one of the animals. He was ar rested yesterday and assessed $5.50 for his fun. Sea Shore Excursion via. the M. & P. The fourth of the series of the popu lar seaside excursions under the di rection of the Maricopa & Phoenix rail way will leave Phoenix Tuesday even ing, August 6, at 8 p. m., arriving at Los Angeles the next day at 1 p. m. Direct connection made at Los Angeles with trains for the following named points : San Francisco and Santa Barbara at 2 p. m. ; Whittier and Santa Ana at 1 :48 p. m. ; San Pedro at 1 :30 p. m. ; Santa Monica and Port Los Angeles at 1 :10 p. m. This is by far the coolest and most comfortable route. Through Pullman sleeping car service, from Phoe nix to Los Angeles without change. The desert is passed during the night and the trip is made in fourteen hours less time than via any other line. Do not forget that this is the only line run ning buffet sleeping cars permitting passengers to obtain refreshments at any time during the day or night at a nominal cost. Tickets for the round trip including Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Long Beach and San Pedro will be sold at $25.95. Stop over .privileges granted west of Banning. For de- 'ailed information cail at the city office No. 20 and 22 North Center street. W. K. HONSHELL, Gen 1 Sup't. G. A. R. Cheaa Kailroad Excursion. The wisdom of the national commit tee in selecting a city so centrally lo cated, easy ot access, us Louisville, Ky., for the twenty-ninth annual encamp ment of the Grand Army of the Repub lic, September 11th to 14ih, it lully justified, judging from the numerous inquiries received from all partH of the conn cry relative to transportation facili ties, passenger rates, limits oi tickets, etc. In anticipation of a verv large atten dance, the Baltimore & Ohio South western railway (formerly the O. & M. R'y), the leading route to Louisville from the weBt, north and east, has made preparations to afford visitors every .facility, both in the way of low rates and fast trains, handsomely and comfortably equipped, from all its ter minal points. Three daily trains St. LouiB to Louisville; two trains daily (except Sunday) Beardstown and Springfield to Louisville; three daily trains Cincinnati to Louisville; two dailv trains Parkersburg to Louisville. Rate via B. & O. S-W R'y will not ex ceed one cent per mile. Tickets will be on sale September 8th to 11th, in clusive, go6d returning until October 5th, 1895. One of the principal events following the close of the encampment will be the dedication of the Chickamauga Nation al Military Park, Chattanooga, Tenn., to which excursion rate from Louis ville, Ky., wi41 not be higher than one cent per mile. In addition there will be cheap excursions run from Louis ville to the various battlefields in the vicinity. The citizens of Louisville are a unit in their expression of according to their guests a royal entertainment during the encampment. Any further particulars desired will be cheerfully furnished on application to A. C. Goodrich, paesenger agent of the B. & O. S-W.' Ry., Kansas City, Mo., or to J. M. Chesbrough, general passenger agect, St. Louis Mo. Fourth Sea Shore Excursion. The fourth seashore excursion of the Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix railroad to San Diego, Los Angeles, Santa Mon ica and Coronado Beach will leave Phoenix on the morning of August 6. Tickets on sale August 5. Through sleepers. No change. Uool trip. No dust. Round trip tickets good for sixty days with layover privileges west of San Bernardino, $25.95. Sleeping car accommodations can be secured at any time. Further particulars by writing , F. A. Healey, Gen. Pass. Agt., Prescott, or Iba P. Smith, Com. Agent, Opera House Block, Prescott. Frank H. Mason, United States con sul at Frankfort, has submitted a re port, showing- loss in the wheat trade, due to the competition of the Argentine Republic. Beaueegaed Wilson, who lives near Yazoo City, Miss., worked nine mules the last year and made 300 bales of cot ton. After disposing of his crop at an average of five cents a pound and pay ing his expenses his net profit amounted to 83,950. LOCAL BREVITIES. "See here," said a passerby to a sales man at the Capitol Bazar yesterday af ternoon, "you'd better sell those ice cream freezeiB before the proprietor gets back." The Capitol Bazar is making a desperate effort to sell them by making the price an inducement, but then there are at least three months in which they will be in demand. At No. 34, Washington street, there will be sold at public auction to the best highest bidder all the fine watches and jewelry without reserve. Will job anything in the house to the trade at correct prices. Beautiful line of cats eyes and aluminum. Ihe proprietor is a scientific optician of twenty year'i prac tice with a very large stock of all kinds of J. Black's" optical goods of New York city; also will sell to trade or take orders. A. W. Shepherd. W a n f art A wafer annntol mm Ar a grayhound pup. Addreas Z. at this office. The swimming batha have fresl water every day, and every convenience is therefore the pleasure of guests. Park swimming baths cool delight ful refreshing. Oh Yes. " We keep Parks' Cough Syrup and we tell everyone it is the best cough cure we sell. Everybody likes it and we sell it on a guarantee. Try it fbr your cold. Sold bv C. Eschman & Co. 6 Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, DR MOST PERFECT MADE. ' A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. CREAM HI Contractors and builders have found it to their advantage to patronize Daw son & Fish. Any one wanting a bar gain in hardware, queensware and summer cookers will call at Dawson & Fish's. Tovrea's meat market, Weft Wash ington St. v The Henry E. KemD Co. are showing something new in oil stones, which is a perfect bonanza for carpenters. Ho for cool baths this hot weather at the Park. Circulating library, room 5 Lewis block. Hours from 4 to 6 :45 p. m. James Larsen, reliable wagon maker and blacksmith. Machine work of all kinds. Work delivered when prom ised. "Five Points. Tripe, pickled lambs' tongue, beef tongue and corned beef at Zoeckler's. Coffee Al ! Coffee Al 1 Coffee Al ! While E. Irvine is absent in California his son, J. A. R. Irvine, will attend to his business. Are you wondering what to do this morning? .Go out to the Par swim ming baths and have a cool swim. A cold storage full of choice meats alwavs ready at Zoeckler's delivered at all times and promptly. Call on Will Vigus, Singer sewing machine agent, Phoenix, Arizona, for the best machine on earth. Five room dwelling to rent. 'Apply to Clark Churchill, 37 South Center street. Tickets to Flagstaff and return are now on sale at the S. F. P. & P. offices. Fare for the round trip, $22.70. Now is the opportunity of which persons wishing to visit the Grand Canon should avail themselves. Henry E. Kemp Co. have a good assortment of refrigerators left, which they offer for a ehort time at a very low figure. i Zoeckler's, the No. 1, meat market. 'Phoenix steam laundry, corner Jack son and Center streets. For Rent. s Two rooms furnished for light house keeeping. Rent cheap. Close in with jlenty of shade. Call at 243 Third ayenue and Madison street. Oh! My Back! A good many tired men and women could get rid of that pain in their back if they would try Parks' Sure Cure for the Liver and Kidneys. The trouble is usually there and Parks' Sure Cure reaches and cures it. Sold by C. Eschman & Co. " 4 Stationery and News. Something New at The Phoenix Jewelry! Jewelry Stationery News Co. THE LINK Modern Lunch Place open Day and Night. F. J. Schenck and W. F. Kirk, Props. MONEY Real Estate or Personal Security. E. E. PASCO E, 15 South Center Street. IPVff T .ARE THE 5E5T CIGARETTE SMOKERS ho care to pay a little more than the cost of ordinary trade carettes will find the PET CIGARETTES SUPERIOR TC LL OTHERS Made from the hk-i-.-.-.-. cost Gold Leaf jroxn in Virginia, am! ' n PURE Afternoon Teas. Flit Hartwell in her last syndicate article says : ''I don't recommend any special brand of tea for afternoon four o'clocks. I do, however, know all about the best tea to take at night. Parks' Tea will certainly clear your complexion and purify your blood. You will be surprised at the improve ment if vou take a cup of Parks' Tea each night." Sold by C. Eschman & Co. 5 For Over FiftV Years. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething. It soothes the child, Boftens the gums, allays all pain, cureB wind colic and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. x The Weekly Republican, containing 40 columns of reading matter, six months for 75c. Two cent stamps taken. T"R VTIVTT? m i BOOK SELLERS AND J STATIONERS. WORKMAN'S :-: BARBER :-: SHOP. Coolest basement iu town. Good barbers who give every customer thorough, attention. Call and see us. FRANK HOLDINGS HEAD, Prop. Do Yon Want to Stop Tobacco? 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