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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MORNING, AUG UST 1, 1896.
Don t Take Cnances In buving poultry, but lesve your orders with usvaud you are sure to get what you want. We make this busiues a specially, and handle more poultry than alt oui competitors combined' At wayi having a large Block to select from we seldum iail't-i isive satisfaction. To those wbo hare never traded with us in tne poultry line, we ask a sample order -the poultry will do the rest. We offer today . . Plump Spring Chickens, Fat Koastirg Hens. Corn Fed Ducs and Turkeys We carry the largest and best assort ment oi fruits and vegetables in town. t w t G. Q. BUXTON & CO. TELEPHONE 122. LEATHER REPORT. 0. S. Weather Bureau, 1-hiesix, July 31, 1896 a . 5 o f -SA. M 29.9W 76 5!fi2 03 . 555 3 S clear Sr. M 101.8 S3.2L 1.40216 W clear Forecast for today, fair and warmer. Arthur L.White, Observer. Ill Happenings of Streets and Town; Epitome of the City's Local Intelligence. 'The Doings of a Day In Phoenix and . . Its Tributary Region. Probate Judge Crouse is busy mak ing out tola annual report of the county schools to be submitted to the super intendent ol public Instruction. Attorney Thos. Flannigan has been a very busy young lawyer .the past -few days as he has captured nearly all the criminal business In the justice courts during that time. The B. Y. P. U. of the Baptist church last 'Bight gave their ice cream social at DeMers' 'parlors. During the evening a goodly number patronized the tables presided over by the ladies of the society. John Lyall, who is well known in "Phoenix and who left here last year, was married at 'Chicago on the 23d of last month to a Miss Llda Conoven. The couple have gone to Kentucky to make their home. Petitions are being circulated for the commutation of the sentence of Oscar Roberts, who was convicted of train robbery, committed at Maricopa on October 4, 1894. He was sentenced to be hanged on September 11. Phil Sheridan Is responsible for say ing .that while chopping wood a few days ago he chopped a big snake in twain under the impression that it was only a stick. The readers can be lieve the tale if they choose, 'but it sounds snakey. Captain Fields, a lady of command ing appearance and soldierly bearing, Is the new head of the Salvation Army corps of Phoenix. She arrived Thurs day and has started in actively to drill her . troops for the campaign against liquor. The following were among the ex cunsion party for the coast Thursday night over the M. & P.: Mrs. Frances Allen, Alice M. Glvens, H. C. Magne, J. H. Ziegenfuss, Dan Wilkey, J. A. TjUtgerdtng, Mrs. J. M. Foster, Mrs. C. ,H. Jones, Mrs. J. McNaughton, Miss A. McNaughton. Postmaster Thomas and family, "William Cook and family, Mrs. Henry Orme and children, Dr. F. O. Richmond and family, Will George and wife and Mrs. Charley Walters will comprise -a party that will leave Monday by pri vate conveyances for a month's trip to the Mogollon mountains. The Los Angeles Herald of Thurs day's issue lhas the following: "Li censed to wed, Joseph Campbell, aged 37, and Ida Stewart, hoth natives of California and residents of Los An geles." The above notice does not exactly fill the requirements, but some of our citizens who claim to know, are positive that it is our Joe Campbell the notice refers to. IW. G. Altenburgh, the photographer, has returned from Congress where he took several good views of the town. He also secured good flash light pic tures of the interior of the mine at the 1,300 foot level and the bottom of the shaft 1,700 feet 'below the surface. He says that there are 325 men on the pay roll of the mining company and that money circulates freely. The place has a most prosperous look. The people living in the western part of the city are sighing for a full moon, not that they care particularly to admire that glowing orb, but they want its refulgent light They have discovered that the street arc lights In that neighborhood are solely orna ments, for the past three nights a few etray and spasmodic gleams pro claimed something was wrong. Last might even the glimmer of a light was denied them, hence they sigh for the ibeaming countenance of her lunar majesty. Deputy United States Marshal John Slankard was yesterday in receipt of a letter which called his attention to a couple who were unlawfully living together; near the Maricopa. depo and suggested that if Mr. Slankard would take the trouble to call sometime- oe-i tween seunset and sunrise title guilty ; couple would be discovered. The let ter was signed "Many Property Own ers of "That Vicinity. ' The officer paid no-heed to the, letter, but desires than anybody who is annoyed by the doings of the couple step forward like a man and sign his name to a complaint and not write anonymous letters. The Tucson Star says that there is likely to be trouble on the San Pedro. Persons along the river above Mam moth are apprehensive and prepared for emergencies. For a long time parties of -Indians, numbering from eight to twenty have been wandering along the river. Larger parties, how ever, have put in an appearance and pretend to be gathering acorns. Most of them are armed and well supplied with cartridges. It is not expected that the Indians will do any damage more serious than running off stock, but the settlers are prepared to settle with them at the first break. Prescott Courier: John Martin Is in receipt of a letter from James Cassidy, written from IBuiluwayo, South Africa, in which the latter stated that he had just arrived In Buluwayo from Johan nesburg, having covered the entire distance of over 800 miles on a bicycle through a wild and rough, country. He went there to find out the particulars of the murder of Messrs. Palmer, John son and Pascoe, and learned that their unburled bodies were still on the ground whese the men were murdered, about thirty miles from Buluwayo. A party of Americans was being orga nized to go out and bury the bodies. PERSONAL MENTION. Jottings About Individuals and Their Actions. Frank Guerra is up from Yuma. Fred Hough of the Tempe creamery was in the city yesterday. Mrs. Chas. H. Jones of Tempe joined the excursion party Thursday night Miss Janie Beard is expected to re turn today from her outing on the sea shore. H. C. Magne will be missed from Phoenix for a few weeks, as he has gone to the coast on an outing. Mrs. James McNaughton and daugh ter, Amina, of Tempe, have gone to the coast for the remainder of the sum mer. . ,,, : Jas. Griffin and wife, Mrs. Will Heflin and Irving Hill returned yester day morning from a trip overland to the Grand canyon. They report hav ing a splendid time. Los. Angeles Times: Miss Zeld'a Block, Miss PranMe Biackman and Joseph 'Goldtree are visiting Mrs. J. Gold tree at No. 110 South Flower street The youmg ladies who are here for the summer, are residents of Phoenix, Ariz. Mr. Goldtree will re turn In a week to his home in Tucson. SOMEBODY ERRED. A Cattleman of Mesa City Was Un justly Arrested for No Crime. There seems to be much indigna tion among cattlemen over the arrest of Joe Peterson of Mesa a few days ago for shipping cattle to Phoenix without their first being inspected. He was arrested by the inspector at Tem pe and was lined $1 and costs by the Tempe justice. Peterson and his friends claim that his arrest was not legal. He shipped two cars of cattle over the M. & P. to this city. The cat tle were consigned to a local butcher. At the time of shipment he was ig norant of the law in the case, but that did not "prevent his being prosecuted. There seems to be a misunderstanding about the law regulating the matter, for the cattle were shipped in the ter ritory for slaughter and according to the livestock laws of Arizona no cer tificate of inspection was necessary at the shipping point The law reads as follows: "Cattle to 'be shipped or driven from one point to another In the territory are to be given 'certificates of inspec tion of cattle to be shipped or driven' and are never to be given 'certificates or inspection of cattle to be slaugh tered.' " Mr. Peterson claims that the agent of the railroad company at Tempe did not demand any certificate of inspec tion, hut according to the section quoted above no certificate was neces sary in that case, (but the law regarding the hauling of cattle by railroads reads as follows: "It shall be unlawful for any rail road company to receive any meat or nornect cattle for transportation until the same shall have been inspected as required by this act, and until such railroad company shall have been fur nished with a certificate by a duly authorized inspector or detective. showing that the brands and ear marks on such cattle, have been duly in spected as required by this act. Any railroad company, or any officer, agent or servant of a railroad company, who shall violate the provisions of this sec tion, shall be deemed guilty of a mis demeanor, and on conviction thereof, shall be fined not less than one hund red ($100) dollars, and not more than five thousand ($5,000) dollars in .the 'discretion of the court According to the two sections quoted Mr. Peterson was in no wise amenable to any law and somebody has made an error in placing a misconstruction on the livestock laws. ATLANTIC & PACIFIC ROAD. Part of the Line to Be Sold as Soon as Possible. ;Sai Francisco Examiner i.Proceed ines 'are to be brought immediately before- United States District Judge Morrow for permission to sell that part of the Atlantic & Pacific road in California. C. N. Sterry Of Albuquer que, counsel for C.'W. Smith, the re ceiver of the road, is here with that object in view. Permission to sell the remaining two portions oi the road in Arizona and New Mexico has al ready been granted 'by the United States courts at Albuquerque. Attor ney Sterry when seen yesterday said: "The sale will take place next No vember on behalf of the first mortgage bondholders. They have a claim for about $20,000,000 No, . I don't think the Southern Pacific people want to buy the road. That part of the road from Mojave to The Needles was built by the Southern Pacific, but the At lantic & Pacific people own it under a contract of purchase. The piece of road is about 249 miles long and is bonded for $30,000 a mile at 6 per cent. The annual interest is between $400, 000 and $500,000. The Atlantic & Pa cific pays this every year, and under its contract of purchase has assumed the bonded debt The road could be duplicated for a much less sum. I think there is no question but the first mortgage bondholders of the Atlantic & Pacific will buy in the road. Then they will take steps looking to a modi fication of their contract of purchase with the Southern (Pacific. -"The Santa Fe at Albuquerque is getting into southern California via Barstow, and into this part of the state via Mojave, by a traffic agreement with the Atlantic & Pacific. Whether it will .finally absorb the Atlantic & Pacific I cannot say. Receiver Smith is operating the road for the bond- 'holders to see what 4t is actually worth. After such data is collected. the 'bondholders will 'be able to act in telligently as to what they want to do with the property. If the gap between Supulpa, Indian Territory, the termi nus of the St Louis & San Francisco road, and Albuquerque was closed up, then that road and the Atlantic & Pa cific would constitute a new overland line. The gap is some 500 miles long. The cost would be about $15,000 a mile. PICKED UP IN THE STREET. A Blacksmith Finds Bis Tool to Be a Nugget of Pure Gold. Curious things sometimes happen in the gold bear: ig regions of the north west. The Blackfoot (Idaho) News tells of a somewhat remarkably, experience which occurred to a blacksmith at that town lately. . - .. . i The. sm iih, whose name is Farmer, had in his shop a grindstone which he wished to "taper oft'." For this purpose sj small stone was requisite. So he went out of doors and made search for a stone of the right size and shape. He found one somewhat smaller than a hen's egg, and returning to his shop began to smooth down the edge of the grindstone with it He had not "smoothed" long before he thought that the stone worked rather queerly, and was, in fact, too soft to gririd the stone. He took it to his anvil and broke it in half, and then he found "that he had picked up v nu .'get of pure gold. Unfortunately, it was a rather small nugget. He sold it for S5.S2 cents, and though this was a very good price for a pebble picked up in the street, it was not wealth. The Trees In London. Within the memory of many persons London was once like many American cities, absolutely treeless nothing but brick, stone and mortar being seen any where. Of late years intelligent horti culture has been drawn into service, and trees and shrubs are being planted everywhere. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Reported for The Arizona Republi can toy Cogglns & Brown, abstractors, ZOl West Washington street Phoenix N. D. Hadsell and wife to Aimer V. Mohler, warranty deed to 5 acres in southwest corner block 23, . Hadsell's addition, Glendale, $300. . Maricopa Loan and Trust company Tis Pretty, , TisTrue, All sizes and Widths in this Twentieth Century Shoe ...a DARK TAN, THK PRICE, , ."."."$3.50 . . . H. 1 Die Shoe Co. For Warm Weather Our line of Oxfords unequaled in point of style, finish and comfort." We have them in all grades, black and tan and guarantee you a perfect fit and satisfac tion. Fleming Block.. fWTOlMTOREf , BHOADWAY. OPP. CITY HALL, 3 LOS ANGELES, ------ - CAL. Mailorder Department. To insure v r.-mpt replies to requests, for ffonds or samples, state fc: clea ly your requirements. All orders filled the same day as received. SOLE AGENTS FOR- DR. JAEGER'S SANITARY WOOL UNDERWEAR to Edward F. Thompson, warranty deed to lots 15 and 17, Willowdale, sub. Murphy's addition, $800. Maricopa Loan and Trust company to Peter Ellingson, warranty deed to lots 4, 20, 21, block 16, Collins addi tion, and lots 22 and 24, block 1, So ger's addition, $2,000. FEED THE NERVES upon pure, rich blood and you will not be nervous. Pure blood comes by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla which is thus the greatest and best nerve tonic. HOOD'S PILLS cure nausea, sick headache, indigestion, biliousness. All druggists. 25c. "WAISTTNG" AWAY. That is the condition of the ladies' waist stock at Alkire's. Nothing can save -them now since the boys have putj on those closing out figures, why, it is a fact that a great many of the most beautiful of these garments are being sold at half price. iNo one can afford to sew when they can buy at these prices. Nothing but American help at the Ivy Green. LOCAL BREVITIES. Don't suffer. Get a bottle of our prickly heat killer. Price, 25 cents. The Phoenix Drug Co., 15 W. Wash ington. Extra nice meals at Miller's. Rear of Anheuser saloon. Best cup of coffee at "Coffee Al's.' IMPORTANT TO BEER DRINKERS. Ice cold imported Bavarian and Pils ner beer on draught at the new cold air storage vaults of the Central Hotel saloon. Come and try it. Best 25 cent meal In the city at the Ivy Green. Second-hand bicyefies, Arizona Com mission company. Soda. Fountain, Arizona Commission Company. CZAR bicycles, Arizona Commission Company. CZAR 'bicycles, Am zona Commission Company. All the latest periodicals, magazines and daily papers can always be found at Robt. H. RInehart's. CALL FOR CITY WARRANTS. I will pay upon presentation the following numbered city warrants of the issue of 1890, interest ceasing this 28th day of July, 1896: Nos. 110 to 119, both inclusive. I. M. CHRISTY, City Treasurer. WHEN YOU JOURNEY EAST. If you wish . pleasant trip with few changes, see that your tickets read via the Wabash line. No change of sleepers from Kansas City to St Louis, Cincinnati, Toledo, or from St. Louis to Chicago, Toledo, Detroit, Niagara falls, Buffalo, New York and Boston. This line is famous for its magnificent equipment of sleeping and dining cars and the fast time of its trains. THE BEST ALWAYS DRY GOODS fP FURNISHINGS !8 and 20 North First Ave. - Telephone i54. Fleming Block, - .... PhcBnix. Arizona. and Southern Ties are WILSON & WARD. HOITTS SCHOOL FOR BOYS. Accredited at the State ard Stanford Universities. A first class Home School, pre paring boys tor any university or for business. Cartful supervision, thorough moral, mental and physical training. Siith year begins Aug ust 4 b. Send for catalogue. IRA. O. HO ITT, Ph. D.. Master, Burlineame, San Mateo Co., California. - ! meat! MEAT I RARE, if JUICY, Ij I TENDER I g and SWEET, g call on- ! E. A. TOVREA, : 24 W. WASHINGTON ST. 21 Mfals $3. ' Single Meals 15c. . . HOJIIE . . RESTAUR ANT. Jefferson St. Near First WICC HI IV CTPWIUT D.nn Liuiuu mat utuunni, xiup, Fireworks and 4th OF JULY Goods of All Kinds THE IRVINE COMPANY 35 and 37 E. Washington St. ......THE Windsor House UNDER HKW MANAGEMENT. NICE, CLEAN ROOMS - For Rent By Day. Week Oe Month. First-Class Table Board IN CONNECTION. $5 MEAL TICKETS FOR $4.50. COM2 AND SEE OS. CASKEY & BLACK, Props. North Center St., Near Monroe.