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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATUKDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1895.
LOCAL BREVITIES. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report A Win Table Highest price paid for second hand furniture. Address Box 892. lit Five room dwelling to rent. Applv to Clark Churchill, 37 South Center street. Russet Shoes 2 O per cent Ofl ! "'WE Bell the strongest school Biiues maue lor coys auu lris and present an elegant writing tablet with each pair sold. Best cup of coffee at "Coffee Al's." ABSOLUTELY PURE Cigars, just arrived, the best make in America at Leonard's. an some MM rowder CASH weather report. United States Weather Bureau,) Phoenix, Ariz., Sept. 6, 1895.f 5 a. m. Barometer (reduced to Bea level) 29.83 inches; temperature, 63.2 degs.; dew-point 42 degs.; relative humidity, 45 per cent; vapor pressure, .266; wind, S., 4 miles per hour; clear. 5 p. m. Barometer (reduced to sea level) 29.74 inches; temperature, 96.0 dees. ; dew-point, 39 degs. ; relative dh miditv, 14 per cent ; vapor pressure, .237 ; wind,N.W.,3 miles per hour; sky, clear. Highest temperature in twenty-four hours ending 5 p. m., 99.7 degs ; lowest, 63.0 degi. Weather during day, clear. Wx. Burrows, Observer. LOCAL BRIEFS. A Record of Yesterday's Hap penings. .Examination of Isabella Washington. A Farm That Was Lost. Other Tales of Woe. The Maricopa & Phoenix now goes out at 8 p. m., the usual time, instead of at 7 o'clock, as has been the custom for eeveral days. A bran new girl arrived at the house of Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Norton yesterday, the second in the house-hold. Mother and child are doing well. A large delegation of Tempe citizens drove down to this city yesterday as 'witnesses in the examination of Isabelle Washington for the murder of her child. Marshal Clark yesterday served notice on the Electric Street Railway com pany to fix up their tracks on Washing ton street and two feet each side thereof. A drunk was captured in Washington -street yesterday afternoon annoying people, and was taken to jail. He said he was a member of John Doe's large family, so later in the day, when he was i sobered, the recorder fined him $5, which he paid. The Alkire Bros, have branched out in business; they have leased the building on Center street formerly oc cupied as the office of the electric light comoany. They will fix up the place handsomely and use the room as their -shoe department. The remains of Clifford Hale, the -young man who died of consumption at the residence of Undertaker Randal, Thursday afternoon, will be shipped to Wilmington, Ohio, today. A telegram -was received from the father of the de . ceased to that effect. J. A. Ford, a member of Murphy, j -Grant & Co., died in that city a few days agn of fatty degeneration of the I heart. The deceased was well known in Tempe and Phcenix, and at the time of his death was assignee of C. T. Hay den's mercantile house at Tempe. Campmeeting is still progressing with no perceptible decreaee in the at tendance. This is the last week, how ever, for tomorrow night the last ser vices will be held and early Monday morning camp will break and all the campers disperse to their various homes. Commercial hotel arrivah -yesterday were Mark A. Rogers, Pittsburg; A. F. Brown, Geo. C. Salch, San Francisco; Svndicate Show advance crew No. 7, as fo'llows, Fred McMann, W. 8. Dunnine ton, Al Dobbins, H. Wilson, Sam Brown, Geo. Manning, Jaa. Murphy We want every boy and girl in Phoenix to have a sack of marbles with their School Shoes. -1 U. J1lIUX1.AJ.J1. : : ""vSHOE COMPANY. H. A. DIEHL, Manager. J and Oliver Connelly. Star: Yesterday was the twenty eighth anniversary of the arrival of Mr. S. H. Drachman in the territory and the whole of his life in Arizona has been spent in Tucson. He is pre pared to say by greater experience than most men can boast that it is the ban ner town of the coast. Chas. Rogers, the irrepressible, is in town. Like the proverbial pennv, he bobs up serenely after being lost to ob livion in Phoenix society for a period of weeks or months at a time. This time he comes from Skull Valley, where he has been chief of the eating house. He expects to open a school here and teach the high art of hasbology. Roberts, or "Tex," as he is more fa miliarly known, the man who is Buffer ing with screw worms in the head, was removed to the hospital yesterday morning, where Dr. Mahoney succeeded in extracting about 300 of the pests from the man's nostrils. In all about 500 worms have been removed from the man. He is however, on a fair road to recovery. Dr. Hughes went to Mesa yesterday for the purpose of performing a couple of operations. One of the operations will be performed upon Mr. Faulkner, who some time ago fell into a well and broke the bones of both feet. The other operation will be performed on a gentleman who was shot in the foot some years ago and the bones become diseased. The steel roofing for the Fleming building seems to bean enigma to' con tractors. Nothing of the kind has ever before been put up in Phoenix and the original contractor thought he would make a fair margin of profit by taking the contract for putting on the roof for $300. When the material arrived he threw up his hands and gave up the job right there so it was awarded to the Phoenix Plumbing company for $600. Star: At half past twelve o'clock this morning a fire broke oat in the Sisters' school building on Ochoa street near Stone avenue. The fire had gained considerable headway before it was dis covered. Though the response of the department was reasonably prompt, there was difficulty in getting water, and with the start the flames had al ready gained, nothing could be done to save the interior. The origin of the fire is unknown. Mr. Burrows of the weather bureau expresses himself as being very grate ful for the free advertising the Tucson Citizen has been giving him and his office lately. Ha wsb considerably dis appointed, however, upon learning that the circulation of the T. C. was limited in Phoenix to about twelve copies, and most of those met a fate of inocuous desuetude on the news stand. The good intention is appreciated all the same. The examination ol Isabelle Wash ington, the colored woman who is charged wilh killing her offspring by drowning, was conducted by Justice Johnstone yesterday. There were sev eral witnesses subpoenaed from Tempe. The young woman does not seem to un derstand the enormity of her crime, and again confessed to the murder of the infant, but says the child was going to die anyway. The defense brought up no witnesses, so the women was bound over without bail to await the action of the grand jury. Star: Mrs. Finley, wife of Mr. Fin ley, a livery stable man at JSogales, was sadly surprised yesterday. She was on her way to Tucson to visit a friend liv ing on Main street. A two-year-old babe lay in the vehicle and was thought to be asleep. On arriving in town it was discovered that the little one was dead. The remains were taken to Lonergan's and arrangements were made for the funeral today, dependent upon the arrival of Mr. Finley, who was telegraphed concerning the sad oc currence. The trial of Robert De Baud, the lad of pronounced hoodlum characteristics, was continued yesterday before the city recorder. Zubrod, the complainant, stated that the boy had shown irreve lent respect to his gray hairs by calling him "Soup Bones" and otherwise abus ing the old soldier. The recorder found the lad guiity and gave him the alterna tive of going to jail for three days or paying S3. The lad pulled out of his pocket an old tobacco sack and handed over 2 and remarked that he would rustle the other pesos, which he did, and thus saved himself from joining the chain gang. The sewer farm seems to be lost or else by some unaccountable freak of nature been changed. The surveyors at work laying the line of the asylum sewer undertook, as they thought, to make direct for the sewer farm. The work was going merrily on and in at tempting to lay the line across a field the owner appeared on the scene and told them, be gosh, that no sewer could cross this land. The engineers were non-plussed and scratched their heads reflectively then referred to their notes and a mathematical problem. The re sult was they were about 1,800 feet off their line and getting farther away from the swer farm. Notice to the Public. Do not forget the retiring sale at the Red Corner will surely commence on Saturday, Sept. 7, at 7 :30 a. m. without fail. A four-room brick cottage for sale; near business center; part cash, part in long time payments. Address J. H., this office. A nnlan tn A At and annlpA t.n rnnlr riend "M" " ' ' ------ ' cheap at Leonard's. Wanted Position by a first-class white cook in private family. For references as to experience, ability, etc., address, W. E. J., Republican office. . Lunch baskets by the dead oodles at Leonard's. Wanted At once at this office, old cotton rags for cleaning machinery. Park swimming baths cool delighi ful refreshing. Do you want a drink of fresh apple eider? Go to Leonard's. Wanted At once, an unfurnished room. Inquire at Riata office. At Leonard's Don't forget where to stop for he will give you a bargain. The swimming . baths have fresh water every day, and every convenience is therefore the pleasure of guests. Fine new rooms at Hihbard building. Dr. Hibbard, office next to Episcopal church. Wanted Position by a lady of re finement and experience as nurse or companion to invalid lady. Best refer ences given bv addressing P. O. Box 575. Mrs. A. M. Lee will move to Cook & Bell's jewelry store ,Oct. 1st, with one of the grandest millinery openings ever had in Phoenix. Hurrv out your card for the Phoenix Oil company, 28 South Center Btreez. TV- T I T . . J geon, Second avenue, opposite The Ford. Phoenix steam laundrv, corner Jack son and Center streets. 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. i Call on Will Vigus, Singer sewing machine agent, Phoenix, Arizona, for the best machine on earth. TicketB 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 Cafion should avail themselves. Prompt . delivery, fresh goods and cash prices at F. G. Wentwnrth, East Washington street. Tovrea's meat market. West Wash ington St. Ho for cool baths this hot weather at the Park. Are you wondering what to do this morning? Go out to the Pars swim ming baths and have a cool swim. The Weekly Republican, containing 40 columns of reading matter, six months for $1.00. lwo-cent stamps taken. If you want choice wines, liquors and cigars, go to the office of R. F. Dal I, 30 West Washington street. Merchant's lunches served free in connection. Mrs. A. M. Lee, the popular East Washington street milliner, will remove to Cook & Bell's jewelry stand, next door to postoffice, on Oct. 1. Oh Yes. We keep Parka' 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 for your cold. Sold bv C. Eschman & Co. 6 Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, DR. v CREAM mm MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. WANTED, for Investors with Cash, developed MINES. Money fur nished for developing mining PROS PECTS. Good GOLD. SILVER and COPPER properties can be. SOLD QUICKLY by address! ng the AMtKICAN MINING EXCHANGE, Boston, Mass. "1 IRVINE CO. BOOK SELLERS m I STATIONERS. The Jim Sam Restaurant. Opposite the Gregory Honse. Best Meals in Town. Jingle Meals 0R Board R a week. Private apartments UUVI for u families. Fresh California Fish and Chicken EVERY DAY. 234 East Washington Street. Hoitt's School for Boys. Burlingame, Ban Mateo Co , Cal. Prepares Doys tor any university, technical school, or for business. Accredited t the State and Stanford Universities. Term begins August 6th. bend for catalogue. IKA G. HOITT. Ph. D., (Ex-State Supt. Public Instruction) Master. CHARLEY DONOFRIO'Sv JGROCERY, I FRUIT and j CIGAR STORE. Invites the Public to call and x- maine his stock of goods and see how he treats his customers. Don't Go Coughing around. Yon can stop if you want to by using Parks' Cough Syrup. If it doesn't cure your cold you can get your money back. Sold by C. Eschman & Co. 2 HOTEL. Centrally Located. m WINDSOR HOTEL. Board per Week $5. Roqms $8 to 15 per Month. Table First-Class in every respect. French Cook and white servants. Every article of food well eonted and served. Rooms fresh, newly furniihed and clean with every convenience. A PORTER AT ALL TRAINS. 130 N. Center St., Phcenix, Ariz. w Sit 416 Montgomery St., San Francisco. Location of Works, Vallejo Junction. Highest Prices Paid For Gold, Silver and Lead Ores. DeDosits of Gold Bars, Silver Bars, Gold Dust, etc., received for refining. Gold Deposits Payable in 24 Hours. J Also manufacturers of Lead Pipe, Sheet Lead, Shot, Solder, etc. Bluestone and Machine :-: Loaded:-: Shot :-: Gun :-: Cartridges.. MONEY Real Estate or Personal Security. E. E. PASCO E, Wall Street. Shoe Store. James E. Patton Co.'ss PITS! Pure Mixed Lubricated Oxide of Iron. Roof And Barn Paint. Princess Floor Paint t : Try This Paint Sold By $ t 1 1 1 Kemp Co. i W WWVWWW WWVWWW WWWWW I Louis :-: Hammer, BRICK MANUFACTURER AND CONTRACTORS All orders will receive prompt attention. Yard on Seventh St., South of Depot The Steam Biding Gallery is now open for business WEDNKSDAX, 8ATCRUAX . AND SUNDAY at tne corner of Center and Madison streets. Good enjoyment for old and young. Mile and a Half Ride for 5 Cents. Newly Furnished. TO LOAN. Steam Rutin Gallery 1 and Lead Co,