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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN : THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 26, 1895.
WEATHER REPORT. U. S. Weather Bureau. Phcesh, Sept. 2d, 1895. Barometer (red. to sea level)in. Thermometer, degrees '. Dew-point, degress Relative humidity, per cent. . . Vapor pressure Wind Velocity, mile per hour Direction 8ky DA. H. 5 P. M. 29.94 29.82 65.0 91.7 61 57 87 32 .536 .465 2 1 Kf , 8W Clear Clear Temperature for 21 hours ending 5 p. m.: Hlshest, 94.8 degrees; lowest, 62.2 degrees. Weather during day, clear. Wm. Burrows, Observer. SHOT TO KILL. The Dssperato Deed of aYoung Wife. She Kills the Woman Who Wrecked Her Home and Robbed Her Children. cent Phoenix people were united in the bonds of fhatrimony by Rev. Preston McKinney, pastor of the Presbyterian church. The couple wa E. E. PatCDe and Mise Marguerite K Bil, both of this city. Mr. Pa-coe is wt-li and most favorably known in Pho-mx, and for some timt paet has been secretary of the Phcenix Light and Fuel company . Miss Bell is also very popular iu Phcenix, and has resided here for about five years. She came here from Carthage, Mo., for her health. She ia a daughter of I. H. B. Bell, who was in Phoenix last year. She ia also a niece of K. Wilson, with whom she has been making ber home. After the ceremony, which was a very quiet one, only a few intimate friendB beine present, a wedding supper was served. The happily-wedded couple will make their home in a pretty cot tage in Churchill addition. The Republican, with their numer ous' friends, extends hearty congratu lations. PERSONAL. Investments. If INVEST. II II WENT. I make a specialty f aunnd Investment real eatiue in Phcerwx and vicinity. In evorv h the return l( sitod and the safe ty of the principal will he absflufce- 1 yonbsvefroiu $100 to SjlO.OOO to lnyet g-e me oryou may mie a good opportu nity. F L A N v , 3 gQ. center St. Another tragedy was enacted in El Paso Monday, and another unprepared soul was ushered Into eternity, but the shadow of the crime does not rest upon the brow of the poor little woman who committed the deed. About 5 o'clock on the day in ques tion Hattie Baker, a young woman of shady character, was shot and killed by Mrs. Lol Thompson. A young boy who was an eye wit ness of the affair, described it as fol lows: "I was sitting on the stable and saw two women coming down the railroad track leading their bicycles. Arthur (Mrs. Thompson's 6-year-old son) was out near the track and he called out to his mother something and she came running out the back door with a pis tol in her hand. She folded the pistol in her dress and running up to the Santa Fe track stood behind a car un til the two women reached a crossing and started to mount their wheels. Then Mrs. Thompson stepped from be hind the car and I saw her raise the pistol and shoot. One of the women dropped her bicycle and catching up her dress ran a little and fell. Mrs. Thompson went walking back home laughing, and the woman who was with the woman who was shot went to where her friend was lying and com menced crying. Then I went over there , and saw her gasp a few times and die." I'll When Mrs. Thompson was arrested and taken to jail she stated that she did not regret the deed. Her only re gret is being separated from her three children. She said that the wounded woman, Hattie Baker, had ruined her life and wrecked the home of her children. Before the woman entered her life she had a happy home and was happy with her husband and children. The trouble seems that some months ago Mrs. Thompson had a separation from her husband and came to Phoe nix to live. She left her children with her husband and during her absence in this city they were taken sick and nursed by Hattie Baker and another woman. While she was in Phoenix her husband and the murdered woman lived together. The wife subsequently returned to her home in Bl Paso and her children. She heard of her husband's faithless ness and warned the Baker woman to keep away from him. The Baker wo man did not heed the warning and rode around Mrs. Thompson's house to tantalize her, with the result as al ready stated. Hqw long Mrs. Thomp son resided in Phoenix cannot be learned. A Republican reporter yes terday endeavored to gather some facts concerning the woman, but could not find anybody that was acquainted with her. The sentiment in El Paso is strongly against the husband of Mrs. Thomp son, for by his actions was she driven to the deed. NEW ELECTRIC RAILWAY. First Car Runs Over the Line Yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Orr left last night for Los Angeles. Capt. J. K. Glassford of the signal service is in the city on a tour of in spection. 'Frank Atkinson of Temps is in the city on a couple of days visit with friends. Mr6. N. Ellis has returned from ber vacation, and is now ready to resume her class in music. S. P. Sartley, the well-known travel ing man, left yesterday, after doing a good businees in Phoenix. V. J. Schiff, a well-known southsider, is in the city, preparing for a prospect ing tour in southern Arizona. Commercial Agent Smith of the north and south road returned yesterday morning from a trip to Prescott. L. D. Copeland, general agent of the Santa Fe, with headquarters at El Paso, was ar arrival by last evening's train from Prescott. H. D. Kyle and bride returned last- night by the daylight train from 1 res cott, after a short honeymoon trip into the pines ot Yavapai. E. E. Ellin wood, United States dis trict attorney, arrived in the city yester day from Flagstaff. He will spend the winter in Phoenix with his family. H. G. Howe, a civil and mining en gineer of Tombstone but well known all over the southwest, was in the city yesterday, the guest of Judge W. H. Stilwell. Mrs. A. Donnelly arrived in Phoenix yesterday from Los Angeles. She in tends to open a hair-dressing establish' ment in a few days. She has lately been connected with Mrs. Weaver Jack son '8 esbtaliBhment at Los Angeles, one of the largest institutions of its charac ter on the coast. At McKelligon'syoucan get thefinest hand-made Sour Mash, Bourbon and Pennsylvania rye whiskies. No. 21, East Washington street. One of the purest and best whiskies sold in the market is the famous old Jesse Moore. Nothing equals it. In valuable as a safe and wholesome stim ulent for those who are enfeebled bv illness or overwork. Moore, Hunt & Co., 404 Front street, San Frrncisco. sole agents. For sale by all respectable dealers. Either Louisville or ban i ran cisco delivery. On Saturday, September 28, The Red Corner will have a special sale of fine worsted and cashmere pants, white shirts, neckwear, a full line of fall and winter underwear, the latest styles in fall hats, also men's initial silk handkerchiefs at 35 cents each. My Sweetheart. 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 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 Yesterday afternoon as the shades of evening were falling, Manager Pratt, of the Phoenix Electric railway, started the first car over the line of the Northern Electric railway. Connec tion with the regular power-house had been made by a feed wire tapping the line in Dennis' addition, the track had been carefully ballasted and prepared, and all success attended the initial 'trip. The car, a new one of local construc tion, ran swiftly and smoothly, the route being north on First street from Washington to Pearce, thence east on Pearce and Desert streets into Dennis' addition, another turn being then made to a point a half mile north ward, a total length of one and one half miles. Only a single car can now be run, and only half hourly trips will be made for a short time, the service be ginning at 7 this morning. There was no Inconsiderable degree of enthusiasm attending the first trip, the small boy being much in evidence and the householders along the route lining the track to watch the passage of the modern wonder whereby their homes are brought within easy dis tance of the business portion of the city. By the construction of the road the residents of Churchill, Dennis and Brill additions are benefited to the highest degree, and many are the handsome cottages soon to rise along its route. MADE ONE. E. E. Pascoe and "Miss Marguerite Bell United In Marriage. Last night at 8 :80 o'clock two promi- 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, is sufficient to ensure a Unite 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 Lewis Wolfley, Civil and Mining Engineer and U. S Deputy Mineral Surveyor, Phcenix, Arizona. Don't Co 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 C. Eschman & Co. 2 The World's Fair Tests shoved bo baking powder so pure or so great ia leav enlng power as the Royal. PH(MIX BAKERY EDWARD E1SELE, Prop. This popular establishment has been refitted and renovated throughout, nvery thing in the way of baking STRICTLY FIRST CLASS All orders attended to with promptness and to the utmost satisfaction oi our pat rons. Free delivery to any part of the city. PH(ENKBAKERY Porter Blk" E. E. FORD, Analytical Chemist and Assayer. MINBRAT.OUI8T. METALLURGIST. All ores sampled and assayed and accuracy guaranteed. M ines and prospects carefully ex amined and extent and value of ore bodies fur nished. Check and control assays a specialty. Gold il 50: Silver 51.50; Go d and Silver $2 00. Highest price paid for placer gold. Samples by mail receive prompt attention. Prices of ana lytical work on application. Laboratory No .18 North Second Avenue. GOLDEN GATE WOOLEN MFG. CO,, MANUFACTURE Blankets, Cassimeres, Tweeds and Flannels. 535 Market St - - - Ban Francisco, Cal. Hoitt's School for Boys, Burlingame, San Mateo Co., Cal. Prepares bnvs for anv universitv. technical school, or for business. Accredited at the State and Stanford Universities. Term begins August 6th. uena lor catalogue. J.BA u. uuiri, rn. it., (Ex State Supt. Public Instruction) Master. FALL TERM OF- The Lamson Academy and Business College, Of Phoenix, Arizona, Opena Monday Sep tember 2, 1895. Students who board at the College and spend Saturday and Sunday at home can obtain special rates on board. Dentistry, R. E. HOLBROOK, Surgeon - Dentist. PRICE LISt. .:. Extracting .V $. 50 Silver Fillings :'. $1.00 to 1 59 Gold ?2.00 up PLATE WOBK. Rubber Plates $7.00 to $10 00 SATURDAY'S SPECIAL. " Teeth Extracting 25c The only dentist who gives gas for extraction of teeth. Dr. Hardy, Practical Dentist. The most modern and difficult Crown and Bridge work skillfully performed. YOUNG BUILDING, Opp. Commercial Hotel. - Up Stairs. DR. E, C.HYDE, DENTIST ALL work guaranteed. Crown and bridge work a specialty. Prices to suit the times, omce and residence 20 N. Second Ave. Sun day hours 10 to 1 WM. R ADAM S MICROBE KILLER. A Positive Cure for all Blood and Ch ro nic Diseases. The highest medical authorities concede that fermentation (Microbe.) is the cause of all disease. Therefore, a medicine to effectacure must have the combined qualities of a Blood Purifier, Antiseptic and Tonic. MICROBE KILLER contains all these qualities, and is the onlT remedy that will stop fermentation and thoroughly cleanse the blood and system, thereby eradicating all germs of disease. Fifty page book, giving Germ theory and full particulars, FREE. RAM'S MICROBE KILLER CO. v 1330 Market Street, HAN FRANCISCO, CAL, AGENTS WASTED. I in n 'r Improved Rod Drill Manufactured. By ' Wm. A. Hewitt, 11 and 13 First St., San Francisco, Cal. Most durable and economical rock drill made and costs 10 per cent less than any other in the market. Estimates fur nished for complete drill and compres sor plants. 8 3iL To Gold Miners I ' Silver Plated Copper Amalgam Plates ' FOR SAVING GOLD. Gold Removed From Old Plates and Replated. Old Plates bought. Get our Reduced Kates. Five thousand orders filled. Twenty-Five medals awarded. SMFRANCISCO GOLD, SHYER AND NICKEL PLATING WORKS 653 and 655 Mission Street, Ban Francisco, Cal. E. G. DENNIBTON, - - Proprietor. Every description of work plated. Send for circular. WINEH, LKJUOltS AND CIGABH. BUSINESS COLLEGE, 34 Post Street, Han Francisco. FOR SEVENTY. FIVE DOLLARS. This College instructs in shorthand, type writing, bookkeeping, telegraphy, penman ship, drawing, all the English branches, and everything pertaining to business, for full six months. We have a large corps of teachers and give individual Instruction to all our pups. A Department of Electrical EogineeriBg Has been established under qualified instruct ors. The course is thorough and practical. Send for Circular. C. S. H ALEY. Secretary. STOP AT THE W1LLIAMB HOUSE, MARI eopa, while waiting for th train. Good accommodations and excellent table. FLORENCE HOTEL REFITTED AND BE furnished throughout. Strictly flrst-clast in ever? respect. BOBEKT WILLIAMS.Prop. .Wholesale Dealers in . MELCZER BROS. WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. Distributing agents for Pabst and Lemp Beers and the San Francisco Breweries, limited. iiiou uciuittieu iuamiuu jniuerui nawr, oi Mam ton, uoioraao, and the Apoilinaris Co., limited. 36-40 Nortli Center Street, Phcenix. E. MARTIN & CO.. IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE LIQUOR MERCHANTS. Sole Agents for the United States for Argonaut and J. F. Cutter Whiskies. 411 Market St. San Francisco, Cal. ' KNGINE WORKSi A. J. McCONE, Pres. J. p. McAllister, w. lewis bell, nigra. FULTON : ENGINE : WORKS. Mining, Milling and Smelting Machinery. Best Equipped Foundry, Machine, Boiler and Blacksmith Shops in Southern California. P. 0. Box 296, Station c, LOS ANGELES, CAL. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES. Wy br o & Iwrenee, POTOMAC BUILDING, 217 SOUTH BROADWAY, LOS ANGELES, CAL. Electric Railway, Electric Light and Electric Power Machinery. Steam Engmeg, Boilers and Pumps, Water Wheels, Ice Machinery. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Bare and Insulated Copper Wire, Arc and Incandescent Lamoa, Storage Batteries, Belting, Packings, etc. JOYE WORKS. THEY ARE NOT DEAD, 3 I IT Dying at the Phcenix Dye works. The only exclusive cleaning and dying es n J I tablishment in Arizona. Gentlemen's clothing a specialty. Winter is coming and you had better bring us your heavy suits and overcoats and have them, renovated. Respectfully, . PHOENIX DYE WORKS, NO. 23 WEST ADAMS STREET. WATER PIPE. Lacy Manufacturing Co., MANUFACTURERS OF STEEL AND IRON WATER PIPE For Hydraulx Miring and Irrigation, Iron Tanks and all classes of Sheet Iron work; also Brass Castings and Machine Work. General Business Office Estimates Furnished. re Room 4, Baker Block, Los Angeles. ASSAY OFICES. TIia ft lUnL say Office Ml Chemical Labratory. R. A. PEREZ, Manager. PTOBePturns. X DetormUiations accurately made. 124 S. MlUl St,, LOS AH6l6S, Cul. ORE TESTING MILL mT GENERAL ASSAY' OFFICE. Mining Properties Examined and Dealt in. Bullion Ores and Precious Metals Purchased. Mill Tests of Ores from 1C0 lbs. to 20 tons. MORGAN & CO, Works- Llewellyn Iron Works, Offices 260-261 Wilson Block, Los ADgeles, Cal. Ban Fernando and Magdalena Sts., Los Angeles. Write for full particulars.