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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: THURSDAY MORNIN G, fJ-SEPTEMBER 12, 1895.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report U NVC7 ABSOLUTELY PURE LOCAL BRIEFS. A Record of Yesterday's Hap penings. ..Real Estate Transfers Numerous Other Pertinent and Breezy Notes of Interest. The sec :m d carload of raisins shipped oat of this valley this season was yea sent out by Messrs. Adams and Scott to Chicago. The grammar echool closed yesterday to allow the pupils to take in the circus. The high school remained open and ven in spite of the strong attraction 82 of 90 enrolled pupils attended Bchool. A sporadic case of drunkenness was all 'that Uocorder Jobs had to contend with yesterday. The judge was enjoying ex cellent spirits and let him off with only Jour days on the street cleaning gang. J. M. Uopes and family arrived yes terday morning from Illinois, where they have been visiting tor some time. In a couple of weeks they will go- to California, where M?. Copes is engaged in business. ' V ' The Commercial hotel arrivals yes terday were' Mrs. W. S. Goldsworthy, Amy J. Nelson,. A. Wickersham and wife and Ed Coughran, Prescott; L. "W. Stanley, Chicago; Cbas. W. Sap pingter, Butte ; E. Kohl berg. Mr. Hughes of the Standard iron works was yesterday about the happiest man in the city. "What1 makes you look so pleased ?" remarked a friend. "Its a ten-pound boy; arrived this morning," replied the proud father. Marshal Clark was well prepared yes terday for the small army of hobos that usually follow a circus. He had several extra deputies appointed for the occa sion, but everything went off in an orderly manner and the pslice were not called upon. The coroner's jury in the inquisition into the manner of the death of J. H. Miller will resume its labors today. .'There are bnt few witnesses to examine and the verdict will be arrived at today. The sen timet t is now almost nnivereal that Miller met death at his own bands. Tempe News : Contractor Napier in forms us that next Saturday he will finish making brick for the new Nor mal building. . Lumber will begin to ar rive about September 20, and it now will be but a short time until active work is inaugurated. Hi Hooker.with his usual good nature, a chief characteristic with him, yester day took all his prisoners out where - they could look at the circus parade. 'The prisoners enjoyed it and voted Hooker the most accommodating host of any jail in the western country. Tempe and Mesa were almost depopu lated yesterday and everybody that ' could came to Phoenix to see the show. During the parade in the morning the streets were lined with people and gave to Phoenix a lively aspect, but the city will be in just such a condition all this winter. The greatest show in town yesterday was the handsome array of ladies', gen tlemen's and babies' shoes at H. L. Chandler's shoe store. They were all sorts and Bizes and went like hot cakes. Harry Diehl is one of the cleveriest shoe dealers in the city and knows just how to please his large shoe trade. - "I'm looking for a good-Bized boom here this winter," remarked a promi nent business man to a Republican re porter yesterday. 'Unless I miss my - - We want every boy and girl in Pheenix to have a sack of marbles with their School Shoes. IJ L. Chandler SHOE COMPANY.-" A. DIEHL, Manager. : h gues3," he continued, "Phoenix will have one of the most prosperous seasons in tbe history of the place. I am not given to idle talk, and you can bet what I say is about true-" The following real estate transactions, reported by Coggins & Brown, abstrac tors, were yesterday entered for record : Vina Yarnell and heirs to Rebecca A. Kay, lots 1 and 3, block 3, University addition ; Mrs. M. E. Dodson to Hib bard E.Morse, lots 7, 8, block 4, Tempe; George W. Hoadley to Mamie Elder, lot 9, block 4, Montgomery's addition. The trial of J. Meunier, the Mexican who was arrested the other dav for passing a forged check for $94 on Gold -J oerg rsroa., nas again Deen postponed until Friday. The forgery waB a poor one and the name of W. 8. Merrill, was badly executed. The bank pronounced it a forgery as soon as presented and Mr. Merrill has no knowledge of sign ing the check. Parties owning the best patented dry placer machine ever invented would like to correspond with ownere of rich placer grounds in regard to furnishing machines, taking pay for same in placer grounds. Address Reed's Dry Placer Machine Co. 339 Washington St., Koom l, Boston. Mass., giving full par ticulars and locations of grounds, and what you are willing to do. 'The Yavapai County Cricket club have at last accepted the challenge ex tended by the Maricopa Uounty Cricket club to play a match game. The inter esting event will occur in this city on September 28. j. he M. C. (J. Cs. are all excellent players and will doubtless make it interesting for the northern club although the latter team will make no mean opponents for rumor says they are experts at the game. Murray's Cafe 'opened for business yesterday at lunch time with a verv satisfactory patronage which continued nntil a late hour last night. The din ing room furnishings are not complete yet but will be within a few days and then Phoenix can boast of the cosiest lunch and dining place east of Los Angeles. The prices will be popular and patrons will not be aBked to pay for what they see but what they eat. Journal-Miner : Alex. Moss, who re turned recently from the insane asylum at Phoenix, was sent to the county hos pital today, awaiting information from Phoenix as to whether he is an escape or not from there. If he has been regu-1 larly discharged, it will necessitate another examination, as he is evidently still unbalanced mentally. If he is an escape he can be returned without fur ther action of the authorities. Star : The residence of John Brown on North Stone avenue was burglarized on Sunday night some time after mid night. There was stolen a watch, rings and breastpin, beside $14 in solid cash which was abstracted from Mr. Brown's pockets. The doors were unlocked and open. Mr. and Mrs. Brown were sleep ing in the house. The burglar had to pass Miss Amelia Brown and Miss Tay lor, a .telephone operator, who was sleeping on the front porch. Miss Tay lor was not sufficiently awake to remark hello! Rev. T. Whitmore, custodian of the the famous Casa Grande ruin near Flor ence, has written to the secretary of the interior urging him to recommend in his annual report to congress an appro priation of 87,000 or $8,000 for the gen eral preservation of the ruin. The custodian declares that this will be needed to roof the building, to fence in 40 acres of ground and to make excava tions in all the mounds in the vicinity. The excavation s are objects of histori cal importance as throwing light on the wonderful people of prehistoric times. An Associated Press dispatch from Chicago says Henry Criss of Nogales, Arizona, member of the Republican national executive committee for that territory, has succeeded in forming a $5,000,000 syndioate, to irri gate and reclaim several hundred thous and acres of so-called arid lands in Arizona. Criss left today for home with enough money subscribed to insure the success of the work. The land to be reclaimed lies in the valley of the Santa Cruz river, along the Bouthern border of Arizona. The following is a report of the weath er in Phoenix during the past week: Clear weather, with normal temperature and light variable winds have been the characteristic features of the past week's weather. The supply of water in the canals and ditches continues sufficient for irrigation. All the late fruit and vegetable crops appear to be in satisfac tory condition. Tokay and Missionary graphs are .found in abundance in the local market; Muscat grapes are be coming leBS plentiful. Late peaches are ripening. Pears and pomengrates of fine appearance and quality are mak ing their appearance in plentiful supply from the neighboring orchards, and all the fruit stalls are amply stocked with them. The great rush at the Red Corner Saturday and , Monday at their "retiring sale" shows that the people know when they can buy goods almost at their own price. Wednesday they will sell 500 pieces of all-silk Rib bons below cost. The U. S. Gov't Reports 1 show Royal Baking Powder superior to sll others. LOCAL BREVITIES. Wanted A position as housekeeper to do light housework, by a lady of ex perience. Address M. i, IUpublican. Highest price paid for secondhand furniture. Address Box 892. Five room dwelling to rent. Apply to Clark Churchill, 37 South Center street. Best cup of coffee at "Coffee Al's." A four-room brick cottage for sale ; near business center; part cash, part in long time payments. Address J. H., this office. Wanted At once at this office, old cotton rags for cleaning machinery. Park swimming baths cool delighi ful refreshing. Do vou want a drink of fresh apple eider? Go to Leonard's. The swimming baths have fresh water every day, and every convenience is therefore the pleasure of guests. Fine new rooms at Hibbard building. Dr. Hibbard, office next to Episcopal church. Soda water, the best on earth, at Leonard's. 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. Hang out vour card for the Phoenix Oil company, 28 South Center street. Dr. J. H. Gentry, physician and sur geon, Second avenue, opposite The tord. 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. 3 Call on Will Yigus, Singer sewing machine agent, Phoenix, Arizona, for the best machine on earth. ApDles in xacks. boxes, barrels, and hv Ihe car, at Leonard's. The Belleflower, red and 'ye" old green. 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 tbe opportunity of which persons wishing to visit the Grand Cafion should avail themselves. " Prompt delivery, fresh goods and cash prices at F. G.t Wentworth, . East vvasmngion street. Grapes, the best. fcoshest, and cheap est; peaches, pears and apples. At Leonard's. Tovrea's meat market. West Wash ington St. Ho for cool baths this hot weather at the Park. Are jou wondering what to do this morning? Go out to the Park swim ming bathB and have a cool swim. The Arizona Collection Buieauis for the convenience of merchants, corpora tions and professional men. We insure prompt and efficient collections for all monthly accounts. Wanted A first class newspaper so licitor; must be a person of experience; Balary or commission. Inquire 3 Lewis block. Look in the creamery window if you want to see something to please you. Lemons, fresh and four, the juciest and best, at Leonard's. Don't Go Coughing around. You 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 (J. iiSchman & (Jo. 2 ftnnpt frnnn and amiYinnitinn nf all sorts and sizes, at Dawson & Fish. If you want choice wines, liquors and cigars, go to the office of R. F. Doll, 30 West Washington street. Merchant's lunches served free in connection. My Sweetheart. Her cheeks are like the roses. Her brow is lily white; And well I know the reason, 8he takes Parks' Tea each night. She's strong and well and happy, too, Her face is clear and bright, And laughinely she tells the canse, "I take Parks' Tea each night." Sold by C. Eschman & Co. 1 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. mm flail f riff la It Russet Shoes O per cent Off ! Saw Reoalring Planing Kniyes, Sheet Steel, Mandrels. Files. Machine Work . Emery Wheels, Logging Jacks, Saw Teeth. Saw Tools. Has DISTON'S SAWS AND SUPPLIES, BIRD & HAUGHY, Props. 213-215 Mitsion St., San Francisco, Cal. Send ior Descriptive Catalogue. WANTED, for Investors with Cash, HevolrmoH MINES. M.mptt fur. nished for developing mining PROS PECTS. Good GOLD, SILVER and COPPER properties can be SOLD QUICKLY bvaddresei ne the ' A: AMERICAN MIMMO J&XCHANGF, . J Boston, Mass. Eastern Prices Beaten. Save Commission by ordering direct from SAN FRANCISCO "Pioneer Screen Works! JOHN W. QCICK, Prop. Improved Facilities! Finest Work! Lowest Prices! Perforated sheet metals, steel, Russia iron, American planish, zinc, copper and brass screens for all uses. MINING SCREENS A SPECIALTY. 221 and 223 First St , San Francisco Cal. GOLDEN GATE WOOLEN MFG. CO., MANUFACTURE Blankets, Cassimeres, Tweeds and Flannels. 585 Market St. San Francisco, Cal. Louis :-: Hammer, BRICK MANUFACTURER AND CONTRACTORS All orders will receive prompt attention . lard on Seventh St., South of Depot. Hoitt's School for Boys. Burlingame, San Mateo Co., Cal. Prepares boys for any university, technical school, or for business. Accredited at the State and Stanford Universities. Term begins August 6th. Send for catalogue. IKA G. HOITT, Ph. D. , (Ex-State Supt. Public Instruction) Master. Centrally Located. I CALL .- jgaaal vtfe hlRmnl m WINDSOK HOTEL. Board per Week $5. Rooms $8 to 15 per Month. Table First-Class in every respect. French Cook and white servants. Every article of food well cocked and served. Booms fresh, newly furni jhed and clean with every convenience. A PORTER AT ALL TRAINS. 130 N. Center St., Pheenix, Ariz. Selby Smelting and tail Co, 416 Montgomery St., San Francisco. Location of Works, Vallejo Junction. mil m k Highest Prices Paid For Gold, Silver and Lead Ores. Deposits of Gold Bars, Silver Bars, Gold Dust, etc., received for refining. Gold Deposits Payable in 2i Hours. Also manufacturers of Lead Pipe, Sheet Lead, Shot, Solder, etc. Bluestone and Machine:-: Loaded:-: Shot :-: Gun :-: Cartridges.. E. MARTIN & CO., LIQUOR MERCHANTS. Bole Agents for the United States for Argonaut and J. F. Cutter Whiskies. 411 Market St. ----- - San Francisco, Oal. WE sell the strongest school Bnoes maae ior isoys ana urns and present au elegant writing tablet with each pair sold. CASH Shoe Store. Manufacturers and Dealers in Saws, kSAW WORKS. SAW MILL MACHINERY A SPECIALTY. I James E. Patton Cos Pure Mixed Lubricated Oxide of Iron. Roof And Barn Paint. Try This Paint Sold By H. E. Kemp & Co. 4 FALL TERM OF The Lamson Academy and Business College, Of Phoenix, Arizona, Opens Monday Sep tember 2, 1895. Students who board at the College and spend Saturday and Snnday at home can obtain special rates on board. Newly Furnished. NE IS. IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE J 4 A J- i M Hi lilli 11 y 1 1 1 mil li instil iiUiiUkiM WttiiE- " I Princess Floor 4