THE AKIZONA KEPUBLICAN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28, 1895.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
United States Weather Bureau,)
Ph(enix, Akiz., Aug. 27, 1895. f
5 a. m. Barometer (reduced to Bea
level) 29.77 inches; temperature, 73.0
4egs. ; dew-point 67 degs. ; relative
humidity, 82 per cent ; vapor pressure,
..630; wind, calm ; sky, partly cloudy.
5 p. m. Barometer (reduced to sea
level) 29.66 inches; temperature 93.0
dees.; dew-point, 59 degs. ; relative
humidity, 33 per cent; vapor pressure,
.499 ; wind, southeast, 6 miles per hour ;
-eky, partly cloudy. Highest tempera
ture in twenty-four hours ending 5
p. m., 94 0 dees; lowest, 71.0 dega.
Weather during day, partly cloudy.
Wm. Burrows, Observer.
-A Record of Yesterday's Hap
penings. Heal Estate Transactions Petty
Criminal Cases and Other
Dr. J. H. Gentry, physician and sur
geon, Second avenue, opposite The
The trial of Dick Shaffer for trespass,
was continued until Saturday at the re
quest of the defendant.
An undelivered telegram is at the
office of the S. F. P. & P. railroad for
Mr. Sykes, a photographer.
The Loan CommijBion have not as
yet determined on the successful bidder
on the sale of the territorial bonds.
The Tempe Canal company have laid
poles for a telephone line to thw head of
the canal a distance of twelve miles.
If you want a bargain in white goods,
laces, embroidery, lawns, muslins and
calicos, also all lines of summer goods,
call on Alkire.
H. Eldred proudly announces that a
new Democrat has arrived at his home
in the person of a healthy boy witb.
a lusty lung power.
Dr. and Mrs. Stroud yesterday moved
from their rooms in the Thibqdo build
ing to their elegant new home just com
pleted on North Center street.
A fifty-ton cyanide plant is to be set
..op at the Union mine in a few days by
l2nver parties to work the old tailings
it which runs ?7.ol) tothe ton.
.The rainfall for August 1882, was 6.32
inches, the largest on record for any oe
month in Arizona. The rainfall thus
far for the year has been 5.21 inches.
Sheriff Greenleaf of Yuma county
yesterday arrived with a young man
booked for. the insane asylum, who
imagines he is a greater tragedian than
Ed. Daugherty, colored, for being
- drunk and exercising his fighting pro
clivities, was yesterday assessed f3 by
the recorder, which amount he gener
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.
Marshal Clark has completed beauti
' fying Montgomery's addition and has
taken his chain gang to Churchill's ad
dition to make some needed street im
provements in that locality.
The Commercial hotel arrivals yes
' terday were the following: E. Green
wood, Prescott ; J. E. Kelly, Willcox ;
Table is loaded
with low shoes
save that they
are broken lots.
them go for
" g L. Chandler
H. A. DIEHL, Manager.
M?l Greenleaf, Yuma; J. H. Carpenter,
Yuma; Mrs. L. Perry, Los Angeles.
Horace Sleator was not "in it" in
the class B bicycle race at Petalnma.
The race was wan by Foster in 2:22 4-5.
Sleator will return to Soathern Califor
nia to ride the circuit starting at Pasa
dena. Antonio, an Indian, was yesterday
arrested on a charge of stealing a horse
from another Indian on the reservation
up the river. He plead guilty to the
charge, but was remanded to jail until
his trial eomes off today.
If every man, woman and child, who
failed to see the petrified man when on
exhibition at the Gregory house, will
take a look at the show windows of
Green the batter today, they will have
their curiosity fully gratified.
The trustees of school district No. 45
have awarded the contract to erect the
handsome school building to the old
reliable contractor, Thos. Poole, who
furnished a certified check of $500 as
security for the completion of said
Mr. E. Randolph, who is to succeed
J. S. Moble as saperintendent of the
Tucson division of the Southern Pacific
railroad, comes from the Chesapeake
and Ohio railroad and is said by those
who know him to be a very pleasant
The best evidence of a bargain in
what yon buy is the article purchased
and the price paid for it. Now you can
go to Alkire's today and get the best
goods for less than ever before becauee
they have to make way for fall and
Wm. Evans went to Maricopa last
night to complete some business nego
tiations with A. J. Monihon, who
started Monday for Stanford University
but had stopped over one day to await
Evans' arrival. Evans returned by
this morning's train.
The following real estate transactions
reported by Coggins and Brown, ab
stractors, were yesterday entered for
record : Chas. A. Morril and wife to
Fannie E. Cole, lot 8. block 28, Neahr's
addition. $1100, and lot 7, block 28,
eame" addition for $250,
Chas. Wolsey and Juan Escandon,
well known printers of this city, left
Mocday night for New Orleans, where
they will join the expedition going to
Cuba to aid in the emancipation of that
republic. Wohey's cousin is in com
mand of one of the companies.
It is reported that a young woman
belonging to the Salvation Army of this
city lost her mind Monday night. She
went out horseback riding and npon
her return was seized with the halluci
nation that she was a broncho and has
since been biting and kicking like an
Alfcire's buyer has laid in a tremen
dous line of fall and winter goods and
must have room. They must get rid of
the present Btock and to do so will have
to let them go at cost. Now is your
chance to get bargains in this stock.
Call today and look ever the goods and
see what you want.
The stores that remain closed after
6:30 o'clock in the evening should re
tain the support of the people. A few
of the merchandise stores are begin
ning to waver on account of the re
luctance of a certain store to close at
that hoar. The stores that remain
closed however, are not the losers
Henry Walters was arrested yester
day and taken to the ceunty jail to
serve out an unexpired sentence. He
was sent np in March last from Tempe
to serve twenty-five days in jail. He
paid $10 of the fine which reduced his
sentence to fifteen days but he skipped
without going to jail, but be came back
thinking everything had been forgotten.
Nicholson, the tailor, has had work
men for the past few days remodeling
and papering his tailoring establish
ment, and it now presents one of the
neatest in the territory. Mr. Nicholson
has a fine idea about how to arrange an
attractive store as well as cut and make
genta' clothing, which gives no small
credit to him.
From a letter received in this city
from Los Angeles, it is learned that
Geo. T. Johnston (Monte Cristo) has so
far evaded the officers who are after
him on a warrant sworn out by Murphy
Grant & Co. It is said that Johnston
hired a yacht and with several invited
guests is on a cruise on the ocean to
wards Alaska and is as vet unaware of
the fact that he is wanted by the offi
cers. Citizen : Theie are a number of cases
of Bmallpox at Arivaca and all attempts
to iBolate them proved unavailing till
Sheriff Leatherwood made bis debut in
that vicinity. Among those who refused
to recognize the quarantine was a
darkey who declared that the disease
was a "visitation of God" and he would
visit the afflicted jast as often as be
saw fit. "That's all right," said Bob,
"by blank, I'm sheriff and have the
first say in Peemo county," and then
he jailed the colored kicker.
Owen Kippel, the young man who
was arrested on a charge of stealing
$28 from L. J. Wilkerson, was on trial
yesterday before Jnstice Johnstone.
The previous day he has placed under
$153 bonds to wait his appearance yes
terday but not having that amount he
left with the justice a certificate of de
posit on the Phoenix National bank of
$90. He retained Attorney Kellum for
hiB deiense and was cleared ; when the
attorney tuned over to him the certifi
cate of deposit he requested that he
would like a settlement. The young
fellow denied that he owed Kellum any
thing for defending him and refused fo
pay a cent. The attorney took out a
writ of garnishment on the bank but
as the certificate is negotiable it is very
probable the young fallow will again
get the best of his attorney.
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, iB 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
Civil and Mining Engineer and U. S.
Deputy Mineral Surveyor, Phoenix,
Coughing around. You can stop if
you want to by nsing Parks' Congh
Syrup. If it doesn't cure your cold
you can get your money back. Sold by
C. Eschman & Co. 2
Go to F. G. Wentworth for chearp
groceries and fruits. Prompt delivery.
211 and 213 East Washington street.
Highest price paid for second hand
furniture. Addrees Box 892.
Coffee Al ! Coffee Al ! Coffee Al !
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.
Wanted A thorough, experienced
and successful all-round printer and
newspaper man of ability, to take charge
of weekly newspaper and job office.
Must be strictly temperate and a
hustler. One familiar; with Southern
Arizona, and married preferred. Ad
dress with reference, at once.
The News, Willcox, Ariz.
The swimming baths have fresh
water every day, and every convenience
is therefore the pleasure of guests.
Fine new rooms at Hibbard build ipg,
Dr. Hibbard, office next to Episcopal
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.
Academy of Sacred Heart, sisters of
mercy, will reopen school Monday,
September 2. Boys under 10 years may
attend. For further particulars apply
to Mother Superior.
Ho for cool baths this hot weather at
The Weekly Republican, containing
40 columns of reading matter, six
months for 75c. Two-cent stamps
Are you wondering what to do this
morning? Go out to the Pars swim
ming baths and have a cool swim.
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 Ca&on shonld
Five roem dwelling to rent. Apply
to Clark Churchill, 37 South Center
Park swimming baths cool delight
Oh! My Back!
A good many tired men and women
could get rid of that pain in their back
if they would try ParkB' Sure Cure for
the Liver and Kidneys. The trouble is
usually there and Parks' Sure Cure
reaches and cures it. Sold by O.
Eschman & Co. 4
Highest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Her cheeks are like the roses.
Her brow is lily white;
And well I know the reason,
She takes Parks' Tea each night.
She's strong and well and iappy, too,
Her face is clear and bright,
A rd langhinsly she tells the cause,
"I take Parks' Tea each night."
Sold by C. Eschman & Co. 1
Tovrea's meat market, Weet Wash
AT COST I
The Phoenix Stationery & News Co,
10 and 12 W. Washington St.
Celebrated - Clairvoyant - and - Trance - Medium,
A,e ' 1ew York' nas lu6t arrived m Phoenix and has rooms in Mrs. Alexander's horcse, 319
West Hidison Street. Madame Burnett reads the past, present and future. II you are in trouble
on account of business, love, courtship, marriage or family affairs, now is your chance to call
and cousult thi6 wonderful medium. The madame has been very successful in locating mineral,
some of the richest nMnes in the United States as well as in West Africa and Australia having
been located. y nef . 8he can give the name and description of your future husband or wife
With the exaC date of your marriage. She can locate and recover lost, buried or stolen property
and ein alBO tell of )ose friwds and relatives, whether living or dead. Madame Burnett has
been a medium for thirty-five years and daring all that time haB never failed to give good and
valuable advice in business and all other matters. Horoscopes carefully cast. Correspondence
from a distance promptly attended. Don't for;; the number, 319 West Madison Htroet.
Board per Week $5.
Rooms $8 to 15 per Month.
Table First-Class in every respect.
French Cook and white servants. Everv article of food well conked and served,
newly furni ihed and clean with every convenience. A fOBTKK AT ALL
130 N. Center St., Phoenix, Ariz.
The New Delmonico Restaurant
The best meals for the least money. The coolest dining room in the city. The best
meats, the choicest fruits and delicacies of all kinds. Meals 35c. 21 Meals for 84.50.
Courteous Attention and Plenty of the Best in Arizona.
The New Delmonico,
WINE8, L.IQTOR8 -A TV I) CIGABH.
Distributing agents for Pabst and Lemp Beers and the San Francisco Breweries, limited. .
Also for the celebrated Mauitou Mineral Water, of Manitou, Colorado, and the ApollinarU "
3640 North Center Street, Pbamlz.
The Gerrish Institute
Morphine and Cocoaine, 9100
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.
Real Estate or Personal Security.
E. E. PASCOE,
15 South Center Street.
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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 cents a bottle.
Phcsnix Bteam laundry, corner Jack
son and Center streets.
MARK LAND & CO.
WINES, LIQUORS AND GIGARS.:
A Guaranteed and Permanent Cure for the
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