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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1895.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Mm ABSOLUTELY WEATHER REPORT. U. S. Weather Bureau, j f H(ENiX, Sept. Is, 1895. i 5 A. M. 5 F. M. 29.70 29.64 75.8 87.0 68 60 80 17 .681 .219 3 11 E W Cleir Clear Barometer (red. to sea level) In. Thermometer, decrees Dew-point, degress Relative humidity, per cent. . . Vapor pressure Wind Velocity, mile! per hour Direction Sky Temoerature for 21 hours ending 5 p. m.: Highest, 92.1 degrees: lowest, 74 0 degrees. Wm. Burrows, Observer. LOCAL BRIEFS. .A Record of Yesterday's Hap penings. Real Estate Transfers Numerous .Other Pertinent and Breezy Notes of Interest. Splendid fresh fth received daily at Thr 'Recess. 17 VV. Washington St. T. J. Gibbon, who on the previous evening wa arrested for drunkenness, was yesterday fined $5 by the rei-order. O. F. McGowan will ba tried by jury this morning on a charge of felony for stabbing an unknown man a couple of Last, night the first meeting of the Normal School Zetetic society for' the season was held at Tempe, with an ex cellent program. Three car-loads of hogs were shipped over the M. & P. last night by Charles Berkenkamp of Tempe. The porkers were consigned to Los Angeles. Jack Brannen was before Judge Jobs yesterday, with a charge of drunk and disorderly lodged againat him. He was given six days on the chain gang. By an oversight the names of 1). A. Abrams and Chas. E. Major, members -of the general reception committee, were omitted in the published list yes terday morning. The family of Manager Honehell of the M. & P. railroad, will arrive on October 1 to take up residence in this city. Mr. Honehell has leased the Governor Murphy residence on East Washington street. Tom as Galvano was given his pre liminary examination yesterday before Justice Morris on a charge of burglary. He was bound over to the grand jary in the sum of $500. He could not furnish the security so went to jail. C. D. Williams and family, D. Sturgis and family and C. A. Edwards returned yesterday from an overland trip to the Grand Cnii n of the Colorado, the Natural Bridge and other places in the northern part of the territory. The little world's fair at the park last night attracted a large crowd, but as soon as the entertainment was over the majority of the people flocked to Murray's cafe, where they did full justice to his excellent bill of fare. Anybody havine arjy flowers or other decorations would confer a favor upon the decoialion committe appointed to desorate the Operahoue for the recep tion of the Irrigation Congress delegates by leaving fiowsrs, etc., at the Opera house toaay. J. VV. DdEtnory, the man who at tempted suicide early Wednesday, is resting easv with good prospects of re covery. His wife arrived yesterday from Denver and had the patient re- Which Will You Have? Our "Varsity" "Correct Shape.' Ordinary Straight Draft Corn Maker. f; Z iLH -7 FROM. H. L CHANDLER SHOE GO. 11. A. DIEaL, Manager. mm moved from the hospital to a place where she could attend him herself. A valuable coal lode was discovered a few days aeo in the Whetstone moun tains. The lode is twenty feet wide and can be traced for five miles. The coal is of the variety known as cannel coal. A company has been organized and the development of the property will com mence at once. On Thursday night Justice Morris united in marriage Ramon Zapeda and Herminia Navorro. The couple were married six years ago without a license by a Catholic priest. They lately dis covered that it wae unlawful to marry Without a licenso and in order to repair" the wrong wera married again through lawful channels. Messrs. Lee and Slada of the Opera House Cfe; have leased the new Ford hotel and will occupy it about October 15. Messrs. Lee and Slade are hotel people of many years' standing and their success in their new quarters is assured. The B. Heyman Furniture company have the furnishing of the new hotel. Lieutenant LeaVell, who just returned from Nogales, reports that that citv had a very magnificent three days' cele bration in honor of Mexican indepen dence. He pays an excellent compli ment to Nogales' ladies by saying he never saw more handsomely dreesed or more beautiful women than those who attended a ball given in that city a few nights ago. Tempe News : A 6-year-old Pima In dian boy was brought over yesterday from Sacaton for surgical treatment. Three fingers of his left hand had been crushed in the mill at the agency. Dr. Scroggs, the agency physician, found it necessary to amputate the fingers and a considerable portion of the band, leav ing the thumb and little finger. The boy will remain here for several days under the doctor's care. The immense Frog Tank dam, on which work is now being energetically pushed under the superintendency of R. R. Coleman, is a center of greater activity at present than ever. Nearly 200 men are at work, and it is said the preparatory work will be completed by the first of the year. On its inaugura tion one of the grandest storage enter prises in the west will be given Ari zona, while the productive area it will reclaim will be incalculable and serve also as an argument for similar water storage propositions elsewhere in the territory. New Orleans capitalists have become interested with Gov. R. C. Powers and A. J. Doran in the Model mine in Peeples valley and a large force of men will be placed at work next Monday developing the property. It is their in tention to thoroughly explore and de velop the claim and if sufficient ore is obtained to justify it a mill will be erected to work the ore. The Model has produced Borne of the richest gold ore ever obtained in any mine in Ari zona. It has only been developed down to water level and its owners are confident of obtaining rich ore at a greater depth. Journal-Miner: Late advices from Phoenix say that the condition of George Ford remains unchanged mentally and presents some peculiar features from a medical standpoint. He persists in totally abstaining from food, and notwithstanding the most careful and tempting diet prepared for him, he can not as yet be induced to partake of such. At times Mr. Ford seems quite rational, only to relapse when noanah ing food is offered him. Dr. Hamblin, superintendent of the asylum, believes that in time his patient's dislikes will be overcome, and is earnestly laboring to accomplish that purpose and give to the community again a vigorous citizen. The attempted holdup of the Santa Fe train the other night has developed into the worst kind of a farce comedy. The sheriff and deputies who left here with the determination of running down the desperadoes felt like kicking some body when they made an -examination of the spot where the explosion occur red. Some section men who had been working on the track left two half empty kegs of blasting powder along side the track and sparks from the pass ing engine set them on fire. The ex cited trainmen and passengers quite naturally jumped to the conclusion that a bold and daring attempt was nude to hold up the train. The accident v as a narrow escape frem a possible wreck, and the careless Eection men are deserv ing of censure. LOCAL BREVITIES. Highest price paid for second-hand furniture. AddreES Box 892. Five room dwelling to rent. Apply to Clark Churchill, 37 South Center etreet. Bsst cup ot eolfee at "CoCee A'i's." Park swimming bath" cool deiieht fnl refreshing. Do you want a drink of fresh apple t'ider? Go to Leonard's. Water rights in Grand and Maricopa canal for sale on easy terms. Apply to Lincoln Fowler, agent, 2i South Center etreet, Phoenix. For rent Five -room honse in Churchill addition. Newly paps red and painted. Address L.. this office. Will build a residence to suit. Good steady tenant. L. L. Plank. Fine new rooms at Hibbard building. The Red Corner is selling out very fast ; if the rush keeps u p for one month as it has for the last four days, they will be nearly sold out. We advise everyone who has a dollar to spare to buy goods at the "Red Corner;" one dollar wiil buy as much as two at any other Btore. Circulating library, room 5, Lewis block ; hours from 4 to 6 :45 p. m. Wanted To sell the shelving, count ers anrl fixtures of the Geo. T. Johns ton dry goods store, at low figures. VV. C BUDGE. Dr. Hibbard, office next to Episcopal church. 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. Wanted Room mate by a middleaged mat. Got two furnished rooms. El derly gentleman of sober habits pre ferred. Cheap rent. Call at Bishop's barber shop. . Hang out your card for the Phoenix Oil company, 28 South Center street. Wanted An experienced woman to do general house work. Address T.W., Republican office. geon, Second avenue, opposite The Phoenix steam laundry, corner Jack son and Center streets. Go to Leonard's for chewing gums of all kinds. Apples in sacks, boxes, barrels, and by the 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 the opportunity ot wtiicn persons wishing to visit tnetrrand Uanon should avail themselves. Prompt deliverv, fresh goods and cash prices at F. G. Wentworth, East Washington street. Tovrea's meat market. West Wash ington St. ' Ho for cool baths this hot weather at the Park. The Arizona Collection Buieau is for the convenience of merchants, corpora tions and professional men. We insure prompt and emcient,jcoilections for all monthly accounts. v Are you wondering' what to do this morning? Go out to the Pam swim ming baths and have a cool swim. Look in the creamery window if yon want to see something to please you. Plenty of pears at Leonard's. Guns! Guns and ammunition of all sorts and sizes, at Dawson & Fish. If yon want choice wines, liquors and cigars, go to the office of R. F. Doll, 30 West Washington street. Merchants lunches served free in connection. C. F. Leonard has just received a nice line of choice candies consisting of chocolates, buttercups. Taffy, creams, coconut, caramels, etc., all new and fresh. Leonard's soda water is still in the lead. Water rights in the Maricopa and Grand canals for sale. L. L. Plank. Gentlemanly, courteous treatment, neat facilities and real good fish at the Recess, 17 West Washington Btreet. Furnished House Wanted. A well-furnished house of from six to eight rooms and near street cars or close in, is wanted by a first-class tenant for the winter. Addrees "House," care Republican. Water merits In the Grand canal for sale by IJLABK (JHURCHILL, 37 and 39 South Center street, Phoenix, Ariz. Notice. All accounts due the Gazette Publish ing company up to Aug. 1, 1895, muEt be paid to F. M. Czarnowski. By order of W. T. Smith, President. J. L. B. Alexander, Secretarv. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free 'vom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. i QUESTION AHD ANSWER Siw RepaMnr Planing Knives, Sheet Steel, Emery Wheels, Logging Jacks, Saw Teeth. Saw Tools. Mandrels, Files, Machine Work. DISTON'S SAWS AND SUPPLIES, BIRD & HAUGHY, Props 213-215 Mission St., 8-m Francisco, Cal, Send lor Descriptive Catalogue. Notice of sale of stock For pasturage charges. Notice is hereby given to the unknown owner of a brown mare pony, about 4 years old, brand not visible, and her yearling coit, left with me for pasture Feb. 1, 1895, that I have taken possession of said stock for past ure charges thereon, and will sell the same, or so much thereof as may be neceseary to pay said ' charges, now amounting to $18, with costs, on the 23d day of September, 1895, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at my pasture, three and one-half miles northeast of Phoenix. Dated Sept. 18, 1895. Fred Tait. For Sale. Fine lands with water in tracts from ten acres up. Clark Churchill, . 37 and 39 South Center street. 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 bv addressing the AMERICAN MINING EXCHANGE, Boston, Mass. Eastern Prices Beaten. Sae Commission by ordering direct from SAN FRANCISCO -aw- Pioneer Screen: Works! JOHN W. QUICK, 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. 331 and 233 First St , San Francisco Cal. II Sheet Steel. It J. C. HULZEBOSCH, Successor to J. L. Gant in the Gant Harness Shop, North. Center St. Has just received a special line of .... . METAL KIMMED COLLAES, 'HARNESS, SADDLES, HORSE BLANKETS AND LAP ROBES. HOTEL. A SPLENDID HOTEL French Cook and White Servants Throughout. $5.00 Per Week. Table Board. The Best Fare and Neatest Service. SJ WINDSOR HOTEL. Selby kltiif 416 Montgomery St., San Francisco. Location of Works, Vallejo Junction. 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 24 Hours. Also manufacturers of Lead Pipe, Sheet Lead, Shot, Solder, etc. Bluest one and HacMnexLoaM :-: Sliot :-: 6m :-: Cartridges.. E. MARTIN & GO., - LIQUOR MERCHANTS, Sole Agents for the United Kto.ts for Argonaut and J. F. Cutter Whiskies. 411 Market St. - San Francisco, Cal. MOTHER: "Who Fells the strongest SCHOOL SHOES MADE FOR Bovs and Girls, daar ?" LITTLE GIRL: "Whv WILSON & WARD, FLEMING BLOCK, mamrns, of course!" N. B. A hondsome writing tablet preceded with each pair of school shoes sold. DalifomlaSawWoiRs ealers in Saws. SAW MILL MACHINERY A SPECIALTY H. E. Kemp & Co. f HAVE FOR SALE 5-Pound Packages OF TRY IT! You will never buy Kalsomine again, because this is cheaper, harder, feives a handsomer finish and a child can mix it. All Housebuilders Recommend It! m nn IIRS. K