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THE ARIZONA KEPUBLICAN : SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17, 1895.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. MM ABSOLUTELY PURE WEATHER REPORT. United States Weather Bureau,) Phcenix, Ariz., Aug. 16, 1895. J 5 a. m. Barometer (actual) 28.71 inches ; temperature, 80.4 degs. : dew point 64 degs. ; relative humidity, 57 per cent; vapor pressure, .595; wind, e; 6 mile per hoar; Bky, clear. 5 p. m. Barometer (actual) 28.54 inches; temperature 107.8 dees. ; dew point, 52 degs., relative humidity, 16 per cent ; vapor pressure, .387 ; wind, aw, 2 miles per hour; sky, clear. Highest temperature in twenty-four hours endingS p. m. ,110.0 degs. ; lowest, 79.2 degs. Weather during day, clear. Wm. Bubbows, Observer. LOCAL BRIEFS. A Record of Yesterday's Hap penings. Large Criminal Budget and Other Pertinent and Newsy Matters. Guns and ammunition at Talbot & Hubbard'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. A baby boy entered the world Thurs day night to gladden the household of Jim Gilmore. Wm. Cox gave an entertainment last night to a few of his friends at his resi dence on Center street. Undelivered telegrams are at the of fice of the north and south road for F. W. Ward and J. H. Kivel. Mrs. J. Roe Young and son, Mrs. Cook and son and Miss Louie Haynes, arrived in Phoenix yesterday from Saca ton. The Prescott Courier says that there are 500 Phoenicians camped in the hills around Prescott and that there would be 500 more if there were houses to rent to accommodate them. The roof is now being placed on the Ford hotel. The building, from an architectural standpoint, is a beauty and not only reflects credit on the de signer, but the city as well. Jesse E. Grant of Nogales, a son of Gen. Grant, was yesterday appointed a commissioner of immigration by Gov ernor Hughes, vice, Dr. J. E. Brannen of Coconino county, resigned. Marshal Clark received a letter all the way from Paris yesterday. The reading of the epistle was a matter of some difficulty, as no one at the city hall could read the French language. Phoenix is commencing to present a livelier aspect. The summer exodus to the coast is about over and many are now turning their faces towards Phoe nix again. In about two weeks the majority of tne excursionists will be back to their workl At the present time there are four business people in this city looking for a place to locate, but no stores can be found. It might be a good scheme for some enterprising speculator to erect a few store buildings in some desirable locality adjacent to the business center. SheriffB. H. Cameron, of Coconino county, arrived in this city yesterday en route to Yuma with Geo. Murder sroch, sentenced to seven years at Yuma for murder, and Francisco Gon zales, sentenced to sixteen months. 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. fj L. Chandler SHOE COMPANY.- X H. A. DIEHL, Manager. X Latest U. S. Gov't Report He lett for the penitentiary last night with his charges. By the Associated Press dispatch from Chicago it is learned that C. M. Linington, the proprietor of ope ot the largest notion houses in the country, made a voluntary assignment. Lining ton was at one time with his brother, C. H. Linington, the head of the now defunct Bank of Tempe. The meeting of the immigration commissioners of the territory, called for the 30th of this month, has been postponed until September 6 in order to allow those of the commissioners who desire to do bo to attend the irri gation congress held at Salt Lake City on the 26th of this month. Tempe News: W. J. Argue, of Riverside, Cal., accompanied by his wife and family, arrived at Tempe last night and expects to spend a couple of months here. Mr. Argue is an exten sive orange and lemon grower and is a brother of our townsman, Thomas Argue. He will thoroughly investi gate this section and may become a purchaser. Great preparations are being made at Prescott for the fourth National Irriga tion Congress to commence on Septem ber 17. Large delegations from Califor nia, Arizona, Kansas, Colorado and Texas are assured and it is expected that the governors of every western state and territory will shortly appoint delegates. It is expected the congress will attract fully 5000 people to Albu querque. M. Baptiste, a man who runs an em ployment office, was before the recorder yesterday to stand trial for the behavior ot his pet dog, who has a set of teeth and shows no discrimination in using them on unfortunates who pbbs within a block of him. Baptiste in vain ar gued that his pup would not harm a cat bat the recorder ruled differently and Baptiste dug up $10 to swell the city treasury. Tempe News: Mr. Joseph Mullen returned from Prescott last evening. About a week ago he started with a party to visit the Grand canon. When he reached Prescott he was taken sick and was confined to his bed until yes terday morning when he felt able to take the train for home. He was met at Phoenix by his eon Will. This morning, although somewhat Improved over what he was in Prescolt, he is still quite a sick man. The board of equalization was in ses sion again yesterday morning. The returns of the A. & P. railroad were re turned to the supervisors of Mohave county for correction at the request of District Attorney Murphy ef that county. The matter of equalizing real estate values and personal property of the territory was next taken up and will take some days to complete it. On Monday the board of supervisors of this county will appear before the board in the interest of the county. Peter Hann, in matters of relig ion, is to the front and carries the banner nightiy, in the Salvation Army procession. If his mind has turned to religion his hands did not likewise fol low for he employed them in choking and whipping a boy named DeBoud, who was Bprinting after a feathery fowl when Hann interrupted his career with his No. 11 fist, thinking the boy was trying to interrnpt services at armv headquarters. For the privilege of whipping the boy he paid a flue of $3. Tucson Star: Two boys were carry ing a lot of quail about yesterday in search of a market. Last Monday a restaurant keeper in Phoenix was fined $5 for placingquail befoiehiB customers. According to Jaw this is the "close" quail season in Arizona, bat this is a law whose enforcement is dependent upon locality. In the Salt River valley the quail is rapidly becoming a prehis toric bird, while in the locality of Tuc Bon he is so numerous that a few hun dred more or less are not taken account for. A certain little woman bought a ticket for the purpose of attending campmeeting. She lived in the east ern part of town, but was often ob served walking to the west end of Washington street to get on the car, and was asked, "Say, Mrs. Smith, why is it you always get on the car down here instead of nearer home?" "Well," she briskly remarked, "do you think for one minute I am goin' to let this car man get ahead o' me in any sich a fashion? No sir-ee, I paid to ride, an' I'm a goin' to git my money's worth." It is said that the Chinese popula tion on First street are preparing to move to some other locality in town. It is hoped that such is the case, for the city is rapidly building up around that neighborhood and the one story snacks now occupied by them could be torn down and good substantial busi ness blocks erected to good advantage. The electric line now being built on that street has advanced the valuation of property, and in the future First street is destined to become one of the business streets and a population of Chinese are not very desirable neigh bors. Pancha Lopez and Yernave Sonora, two Mexican lads, were arrested yester day on complaint of Mrs. Isbella Mi randa, who charged the young hood lums with assaulting a young colored lad named Billy. The woman had taken a fancy to the colored boy and adopted him. The Mexican lads of the neighborhood on the contrary took a dislike to him and yesterday he was waylaid by the two Mexican lads and chastised in the most approved fashion. Mrs. Miranda observed the proceedings and when ehe remonstrated wtih the young toughs they applied some very strong epithets to her. They were both found guilty and fined $3 apiece. SO YERY FICKLE, A Young Man Constant Only a Week. The Lady Now Mourns the Loss of a Husband and Consider able Cash Also. From the Tucson Citizen. Quite a sensation has been created in upper Spanish society circles over the marriage of a handsome young widow and her abandonment all within a week. The recalcitrant husband is an Ameri can. He was tall, young and handsome and 'twas said to be a case of love at first sight. The courtship was almost of as short duration as that of married bliss. He came, he saw, he conquered and then abandoned his prize. The lady in question was Mrs. Paula Mor eno, and the gallant a railroad man by the name of Hunt. Upon making rep resentations to her that with a certain tain amount of money he could pur chase an interest in a business here and they would all be happy, the good lady thereupon morgaged her home and gave him the money. He took it and skipped in the dark of the moon. Yesterday Mrs. Hunt swore out a com plaint before Justice Meyer charging Hunt's former room mate with conspir acy in attempting to defraud her in the matter of mortgaging the house. The case was on trial as the "Citizen goes to press. LOCAL BREVITIES. Tony Faust, special brew on tap at the Anheuser. Good house for rent in Neahr's addi tion, corner 12th avenue and Adams street ; good shade, delicious fruit. Ap ply to T. E. Dalton. Fine new rooms at Hibbard building. Dr. Hibbard, office next to Episcopal church. Strong buggy and. harness for Bale, cheap for cash. Inquire M. V., Repub lican. Coffee Al ! Coffee Al ! Coffee Al ! If you want a good drink try Tony Faust at the Anheuser. Parks' Tea is a great blood purifier and cleanser. A pleasant herb drink which moves the bowels without pain, griping or discomfort. Sold by C. Eschman & Co. ' 3 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. 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. Are you wondering what to do this morning? Go out to the Pars swim ming baths and have a cool 6wim. Five room dwelling to rent. Apply to Clark Churchill, 37 South Center street. Tony Faust, special brew, at the Anheuser, is the best beer in town. Park swimming baths cool delight ful refreshing. Phoenix steam laundry, corner Jack son and Center streets. Tovrea's meat market, West Wash ington St. The Bwimming baths have fresh water every day, and every convenience is therefore the pleasure of guests. 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. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, DR CREAM MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. mm ry 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 tickets for continuous passage, $79.60, good to re turn until September 15. Extension can be secured until October 6 by de positing ticket with terminal agent at Boston. F. A. Healy, Ira P. Smith, G. P. A., Prescott. Com. Ag't, Phcenix. My Sweetheart. Her cheeks are like the rotes. Her brow is lily white; And well I know the reason, She takes Parks' Tea each night. She's strong and well and happy, too, Her face is clear and bright, And laughingly she tells the cause, "I take Parks' Tea each night." Sold by C. Eschman & Co. 1 A GREAT, BIG SNAP. Ten acres of choice orange land with prorata of water right worth $500 can be had if taken immediately for $265, Phcenix Keal Estate and Mining Company. 31 South Center St.,. Commercial Hotel Block. Htatlonerv and. News. -P 03 0 AT COST ct Q 0 Ul T I E o - o r m CO i 0 3 I CO LLl -J o - O CO I r 0 0 Q o m BICYCLES AT ... mi Phoenix Station ery lews Co. ItP.STAUK AIN'T. Tie New Delmonico Restaurant Proprietors. The best meals for the least money. The coolest dining room in the eity. The best meats, the choicest fruits and delicacies of all kinds. Meals 35c. 81 Meals for 84.50. Courteous Attention and .Plenty of the Best in Arizona. The New Delmonico, Washington Street. 1KIENTAL. Oriental Store A. SROUR, H AS opened an Oriontal Qtrr in the Gardiner block, 222-221 East Wash ington street, ICIIICU OIUIC for the sale of Turkish, last Indian. Rus sian ana unental goods ot every description. Mementos from the Holy Land and 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 meanis oi n ana s (joinmDian exposition ana Midwinter f air. GXmniHII The Gerrish Institute Morphine and Cocoaine, $100 Liquor, fi75 Tobacco 825 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 Postoffice. PHCENIX, ARIZONA. MONEY Real Estate or Personal Security. E. E. PASCO E, 15 South Center Street. AHE THE 5E5T. 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 highoi cost Gold Leaf grown in Virginia, and arc ABSOLUTE Y PURE For OverFlftv Years. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for children toothing. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cares wind colic and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Notice. J. A. Lntgerding & Co. will sell you 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 Zoeckler's market. I For Sale, Forty Acres of Muscat Tl.!! n 1101DW UlUUM. Will traHo f, ta.m or implements or will sell in small quantities In the field. Enquire at J Hine's ranch, 3J4 miles northeast of T J Phoenix. W. 8. STINNETT. Employment Office. At 319 E.Jackson St. A I L persons seeking employment should call and leave their names and aidreses. Courteous and honest treatment guaranteed. FRANK BAPTISTE Proprietor. IK VINE CO. i 2 mm " NlMNMMNNNtNNMN MARK LAND & CO. Native of Syria. INSTITUTE. A Guaranteed and Permanent Cure for the Liquor Morphine Cocoaine and Tobacco Habits. TO LOAN.