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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN : THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8, 1895.
5 Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOLUTELY PURE WEATHER REPORT. United States Weatheh Bukeau,) Phexix, Ariz., Aug. 7, 1895. ( 5 a. m. Barometer (actual) 28.68 inches; temperature, 80 degs. : devr point 62 degs. ; relative humidity, 55 per cent ; vapor pressure, .555; wind, Be 4 miles per hour; sky, cloudy. 5 p. m. Barometer (actual) 28.48 inches; temperature 99 dees.; dew point, 57 degs., relative humidity, 25 percent; vapor pressure, .465; wind, w 8 miles per hour; sky clear. Highest temperature in twenty-four hours ending 5 p. m., 103 degg. ; lowest, 79 degs. Weather during day clear. Wm. Burrows, Observer. LOCAL BRIEFS. A Record of Yesterday's Hap penings. Real Estate Transactions Petty Criminal Cases Other Per tinent Notes. Guns and ammunition at Talbot & Subbard's. The well known Marlow Jersey but 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 infant child of P. B. Lindsley died yesterday morning and was buried yesterday afternoon. Mail from the east did not arrive yesterday morning owing to a delay on the Santa Fe train east of Deming. The Phoenix Plumbing company yes - terday shipped four hundred feet of pipe and the necessary fittings for the Agua Fria Construction company. An election was held yesterday at the recently created Fowler school district for the purpose of voting on bonds for the erection of a school house. Lee Dunn has on exhibition at his fruit shipping headquarters a bunch of Tokay grapes that weighs six pounds. The bunch came from a vineyard nnder the Arizona canal. U. itosenperg is now tne proua latner of another bouncing boy that arrived at bis house Tuesday night. The latest arrival makes five children, and every one of them are boys. Andrew Garcia, a Mexican, was hauled into the Hooker lodging house last night by Officer Hooker for being drunk and disorderly. He started in to paint the city a carmine hue but made a fizzle of the job. The prisoners in the city jail say that they get better food than that given in any jail in the west, and it is even bet ter than some of the construction camps serve. It is no wonder that they pre fer to stay in jail. While two little girls were riding up Washington street on a horse yesterday one of the children began to holler, which scared the animal and he threw them both off. They were picked up not much hurt, but badly frightened. The following real estate transactions reported by Coggins & Brown, ab stracters, were yesterday entered for record: Geo. W. Kretzenger by attor ney for Victor E. Messenger lot 8, blk. 3, lot 9, blk. 3 and lot 24, blk. 15, Glen dale. The union social to be given tomor row night at the Presbyterian church grounds promises to be a treat for all Our Bargain Table is loaded with low shoes that are first-class save that they are broken lots. Prices that will make them go for the next ten days. Chandler SHOE COMPANY. t H. A. DIEE, Manager. X in.- who attend. The literary program will be a gem and one of the features of the evening will be a chorus of twenty voices. Tempe News: Ramon Flores, the hay thief, was yesterday afternoon sen lenced to 100 days in the county jail, by Judge O. C. Smith. Mr. Cumminga says that he has been missing hay for several months and places his loss at about five tons. Jose Martinez, the Mexican who was arrested on a charge of robbing a Ger man painter he had been on a carouse with, was tried yesterday by Recorder Jobs. The recorder found no evidence that a robbery had been committed, but sent Martinez below for ten days for being drunk and disorderly. The Phoenix Baptist Yonng Peoples' Union have arranged a program of es pecial interest next Sunday night at the Baptist church. Invitations have been sent out. The subject will be about the annual convention ol The Baptist Young Peoples' Union of America, held at Baltimore a couple of weeks ago. Peter Kitchen, who died Monday in Tucson, was buried yesterday evening at 5 o'clock. The funeral was under the auspices of the association of Ariz ona Pioneers of Tucson. His death re moves a remarkable man and the name and deeds of "Pete" Kitchen, as he was known, will long be kept in memory in this region. Ground was broken yesterday on the corner of First and Washington streets for the new north and eouth railway. The work will now be pushed with vigor until the track is built into the Brill addition. All the ties for the road are on the ground and the rails for over a mile of the track are here and the re maining rails are daily expected. The bee men of the valley last night shipped three cars of honey to New York, and tonight will ship three more. A counle of cars of tonight's consign ment will go to Chicago. The honey business of the valley is rapidly taking forward strides and will soon become one of a most important business in the valley. Los Angeles Herald: Harry B. St. Claire, Phoenix, Ariz., assessor of Mari copa county, with his family, arrived in Los Angeles on Saturday. His wife and children have gone to visit for a few days in San Diego. On their return to this city they will go to Long Beach, where Mr. St. Clair has rented a cottage for the summer. Los Angeles Herald: J. L. B. Alex ander, a business man of means and a staunch Democrat with a strong politic al following in Phoenix, Ariz., arrived last Saturday. His wife and daughter are spending the summer here. After remaining a few days with them Mr. Alexander will return to Phoenix, com ing back later on. Tempe News: Contractor Napier in forms us that he has now on the ground one-half of the necessary cat Etone trimmings for the new Normal building. ine stone is trom tne Jnagstaff quarries and is made ready for the walls before it is loaded onto the cars. The work of making brick is progressing very satis factorily, and it is expected that work on the building will be instituted early next montn. The suit club being organized by the Sol Levi Tailoring company, onght to be easily filled. There will be 40 mem bers, and every member will draw a suit. The first to draw will pav $5 and the last 30. The suits will be tailor made and such as usually sell for $40. An opportunity is here offered to obtain a suit practically free, and the reputa tion enjoyed by the Levi boys is a guarantee that tne whole aftair will be conducted npon reliable business prin ciples. All of the members of the last club organized by them have drawn their suits, and they are forty of the proudest and best dressed men in town. Tucson Citizen : The home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Perry on South Stone avenue was struck by lightning about 12 o'clock and shortly after the family had retired for the night. The bolt first struck the gable of the house which faces north, then ran east about four teen feet, tearing off the shingles for two feet wide along its course, then turned down and into the dining room, tearing a furrow in the wall as it passed. A dresser nlled with di6hes and fruit was simply pulverized. It then passed through the adobe, boring a hole about one and one-fourth Inches in diameter and entered the ground on the outside. The hole where it entered the earth is about ten inches in diameter and about eighteen inches deep. PERSONAL. Sheriff W. C. Truman of Pinal county is in tne city. Mrs. W. J. Kingsbury and Mrs. bchultz of Tempe were in the city yes terday. M. H. Willis went to Gila Bend last night on legal business. He will re' turn tonight. Frank Curns, who has been very sick for the past two weeks with typhoid lever, is now reported convalescing. Rev. Preston McKinnev of the Pres byterian church yesterday returned from a pleasant trip to the coast where he went for recreation. Mrs. Winthrop Sears left Tuesday night for Camp Creek to visit Mrs Geo. Marlar, her sister, who is ill at that place. DuriDg her absence Thos. Molloy will preside as the assistant county recorder. At McKellieon'syoucan get thefinest hand-made Sour Mash, Bourbon and Pennsylvania rye whiskies. No. 21, East Washington street. MURDER AT PLACERITAS. One Mexican Shoots Another's Head Off. The Murderer With Two Compan ions Make Their Escape Frobably For Mexico. From the Frescott Journal-Miner. Frank McGee came into town at an early hour this morning from Placentas mining camp and reported to the sheriff's office that a Mexican had been killed at the above camp early on Mon day morning by a fellow countryman. He was unable to give any particulars concerning the killing further than to state that the whole top of the Mex ican's head was blown off. The Mexican who did the shooting mounted a horse. and with two other Mexicans, left the camp, saying that he was coming to Prescott. Instead, however, of starting in this direction, the trio were headed towards Peeoles valley, and are no doubt well on their way to the Mexican line. Deputy Sheriff John Muods went out to investigate the shooting, and, if pos sible capture the shooter. Later it was learned that the name of the shooter is Federico Monje, about 32 years of age. The shooting cccurred about 10 o'clock on Sunday night in stead of on Monday morning. Justice Wm. Peat of Walnut Grove held an in quest on the remains of the dead man on Mondav. Absorption of Odors by Milk. Parville relates some interesting facts upon this subject. If a can of milk is placed near an open vessel con taining turpentine, the smell of the turpentine is soon communicated to the milk. The same result occurs as regards tobacco, paraffine, asafoetida, camphor and many other strong- smelling su bstances. M ilk should also be kept a distance from every volatile substance, and milk which has stood in a sick chamber should never be drunk. The power of milk to disguise the taste of drugs as potassium iodide, opium, salicylate, etc. is well known. London public Opinion. LOCAL BREVITIES. Coffee Al ! Coffee Al ! Coffee Al ! The Henry E. Kemp Co. are showing something new in oil stones, which is a perfect bonanza for carpenters. Call on Will Vigus, Singer sewing machine agent. Phoenix, Arizona, for the best machine on earth. Circulating librarv, room 5 Lewis block. Hours from 4 to 6 :45 p. m. Ho for cool baths this hot weather at the Park. The Weekly Republican, containing 40 columns of reading matter, six months for 75c. Two-cent stamps taken. Tovrea's meat market, Weet Wash ington St. Are you wondering what to do this morning? Go out to the Pars swim ming baths and have a cool swim. Phoenix steam laundrv, corner Jack son and Center streets. Five room dwelling to rent. Apply to Clark Churchill, 37 South Center street. The swimming baths have fresl water every day, and every convenience is therefore the pleasure of guests. Attention, Firemen. All mnmher9 nf encinft cnmn&nv No. 1 are requested to meet at the hall to- nignt at I :su o ciock. Oh Yes. Wo Vpan Parks1 Coniyh fivrnn Rnri wa tell everyone it is the best cough cure -n -m 1 .1 1 : i ;A j we sen. jveryuuuj' lines il huu we sell it on a guarantee. Try it for your cold. Sold bv C. Eschman & Co. 6 Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, DR CREAM mm MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Park swimming baths cool delighi ful refreshing. 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 Triennial Conclave. Tickets on sale at the Santa Fe, Pree cott & Phoenix ticket office August 15 to 21, inclusive, Phoenix to Boston and re turn"? Special round trip ticketB for continuous passage, $79.60, good to re turn until September 15. Extension can be eecured until October 6 by de positing ticket with terminal agent at Boston. F. A. Healy, IkaP. Smith, G. P. A., Prescott. Com. Ag't, Phoenix. 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 vour 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 Notice. J. A. Lutgerding & Co. will sell vou more good meat for spot cash than any other market in the city. Call and get prices. Remember the market is one door east of the postoffice, popularly known as zoeckier's market. HtaUonerv and. News. For the Excursion can be found cheaper than paper at The Phoenix Basket Telescopes Stationery & News Co. OR IENTAL, Oriental Store A. SROUR, Native of Syria. H AS opened an Oriontal Qtrtro in the Gardiner block, 222-224 East Wash ington Btreet, IClllrtl OIUI C for the sale of Turkish, East Indian, Rus sian ana unentai gooas ol every description. MemeDtos from the Holy Land ana Souvenirs from Damascus. Everybody Invited to inspect this rare and unique col lection which brines the Riches of the Orient to vour verv door. uoiu meaaiB oi n ana s uommDian exposition ana Midwinter Fair. GBBI8H The Gerrish Institute Morphine and Cocoalne, ' SI OO Liquor,.. $75 Tobacco S85 FOR A PERMANENT CURE. Patients treated privately or medicine furnished to patients desirous of treating themselves at their homes. Office Room 8 Mahoney Building, Opposite Court house, Near PoBtoffice. PHCENIX, ARIZONA. MONEY Real Estate or Personal Security. E. E. PASCO E, 15 South Center Street. .ARE THE BEST CIGARETTE SMOKERS rho care to pay a little more than the cosS of ordinary trade cigarettes will find the PET CIGARETTES SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS Made from the hight.-t cost Gold Leaf grown in Virginia, and are ABSOLUT? PURE Save Assessment Work on Mines. The new law requires annual work on every location or relocation. This is saved by obtaining a United States patent. Five hundred dollar's worth of work or improvements on one mine, or scattered over a group of adjoining mines, is sufficient to ensure a United States patent to any number of mines so grouped, or for a single mine. Further information cheerfully given by letter or personally. Terms of sur vey reasonable. Apply to Lewis Wolplky, Civil and Mining Engineer and U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor, Phoenix, Arizona. For Over Fifty Years. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup 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 diarrhoea. Twenty-five centB a bottle. I For Sale, Forty Acres ol Muscat I Dnipin Pnnnnn 110,13111 UiayOJ. Will trade for team or implements or will Bell in small quantities in the field. Enquire at Hine's ranch, Z miles northeast of Phoenix. W. S..STINNKTT. THETVf Employment Office. At SI 9 E. Jackson St. ALL persons seeking employment should rail and leave their names and addresses. Courteous and honest treatment guaranteed. FRANK BAPTISTE A Proprietor. 1 IB VINE CO. BOOK SELLEES .AND j STATIONEBS. INSTITUTE. A Guaranteed and Permanent Cure for the Liquor Morphine Cocoaine and Tobacco Habits. TO LOAN.