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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 9, 1896.
5 0 HPECl PClAIiTIE8 V OFFERED TODAY PINEAPPLES. NECTARINES, BLACKBERRIES, BAR TLETT PtARS. WAX AND LIMA BEANS, LOCAL ASPARAGUS, , GREEN CHlUI. t Q 1 ' LARGE FRYING CHICKENS, DUCKS, TURKEYS & GEESE DRESSED TO OROER. G. 0. BUXTON & CO. TELEPHONE 122 4 vVEATHER REPORT. U. S. Weather Bureau, I fatENlX, August g 1396. ( 5 a. M 29.911 77T 5.1 M -499 2 W clear 5 P. M 29. &n 1UL.8 59 24 . 49 5 W clear Arthur L. White. Observer. I A Happenings of Streets and Town. Epitome of the City's Local Intelligence. The Dolnars of a Day In PhoBti x and Its 'frlbutary Region. One sleeping inebriate 'was sentenced to five days dm the chain gang yester day. A Mexican vagrant was given ten days. ' ; The cattlemen of Pima county are taking active measures looking to a suppression of the killing of cattle by the Papagos. The grand march at the inaugural ball held in Flagstaff Friday night was led by D. D. J. Brannen and Miss Sampson of Phoenix. J C. W. Medler of Albuquerque has been appointed a deputy collector of internal revenue for the districts of ' New Mexico and Arizona. Thos. L. Hughes, a prominent busi ness man of Tucson, and Miss Jose phine Musik were married in the old pueblo on Thursday last. A 10-year-old boy at Solomonvillee named Jose Gonzales, who was kicked on the leg by a horse some time ago, died a few days ago from the wound. The usual Sunday evening union services will be conducted tonight in the grounds in the rear of the Presby terian church. Everybody should at tend. The Baptist Young People's Union "echo meeting," which was announced to take place tonight, will mot be held until tomorrow night at the Baptist church. People returning from Los Angeles confirm the report that Joseph Camp bell Is married to Mrs. Stewart, the widow of the laite Mickey Stewart of Flagstaff. A ton of gold bullion valued at $3,500 was brought into Prescott Fri day from the Little Jessie mine. It represents less than seven days' run of the mill. The improved condition of the streets Is evidence that the present au thorities of the municipality are de- termined to give the city a thorough overhauling. The railroad companies have con traded for the transportation of 200, 000 pounds of machinery from Chicago to Congress Junction for the Planet Saturn mine at Fool's Gulch. P. A. Phillips, who for a long time has been assistant agent of the M. & P. company in this city, has been pro moted to agent. Has promotion is a reward of meritorious service. .Constable W. A. Bolton of Tempe yesterday revoked the appointment of "W. iW. Fellows as deputy constable on account of the trouble growing out of the arrest of the two Gypsy girls at Tempe on Friday. A small cyclone is reported to have visited Mayer, a camp near the Crowned King, a few days ago and turned a house around. It was a pe culiar freak of the wind and the house is said to have wheeled around without damage. Mrs. Dr. Woodruff had an adventure yesterday evening with a runaway team. The horses became frightened and started off at a terrific gait. For tunately tine team was stopped on a vacant lot on Fifth avenue without any damage being done. A posse of citizens of Nogales and a troop of Mexican gendarmeria are hot on the trail of the five robbers that attempted to hold up the International ' bank at Nogales. There is a good chance of capturing the villains unless rain obliterates tlhe trail. A few friends assembled at the resi dence of Mrs. E. J. Bennitt yesterday afternoon to celebrate the birthday of Mrs. Bennitt. A very enjoyable after noon was passed by the following named: Mesdames Budge, Jessop, Purman, Martin, Guy Bennitt and James. Arthur Bidgood died last evening at Prescott of typhoid fever. He worked for the S. F., P. & P. company (here for over a year as check clerk. He was a most popular young man here and his untimely death is much regretted. He was 24' years ,of age and his parents reside at San Bernardino, Cal. If you do-not see the shower of meteorites tonight you may tomorrow night or the next night, maybe. The telegraphic professors are not suffi ciently spectfic about it. The eclipse of the sun, it is said, will only be ob served iby scientists, still it might be well to have some smoked glass handy. A Mexican named Loreto Lamedes was yesterday arrested charged with felony. A horse was found in his pos session that was stolen from James Henderson in December! last. The Mexican claims to have borrowed the animal from a countryman, but being found in his possession he will have to stand examination. Mesdames Henshaw and Rich, Misses Clay Henshaw, Gertie Rich, Edith Brooks, Abbie Clay, Messrs. Will Mur ray, Harris Rich and George Henshaw returned early yesterday morning from a four weeks' trip to various points of interest between Phoenix and the Grand canyon. AM look bronzed, but withal in perfect health. The moral atmosphere of Kingman is shaken over the arrest of W. D. Hartley, who is charged with commit ting rape on his 0.6-year-old sister-in-law. Win. Pebts, another man, is also charged with the same offense on the girl, and still another individual is charged with making an attempt. The facts were (brought out subsequent to the marriage of the girl. A cattleman named Jas. dentins, who arrived in Phoenix yesterday, re ports that a cowboy known to his companions as "Jack," was killed by lightning in the Tonto Basin country during a heavy storm last Monday. The body was found the day following beside the remains of the horse he had been riding. The lightning stroke killed both rider and horse. Dunn's weekly report says that busi ness in all lines is quiet, money is tight, and bankers and private individ uals disposed to loan cautiously and sparingly, awaiting the decisions of the country on the financial issue of the present political fight. Failures for the month of July numbered 20, liabili ties $33,726, assets $3,933, as against 17 for July 1S96, with assets of $17,000 and 'liabilities of $36,000. The famous Old Tiger mine which is situated near the Luke claims in Yavapai county, was in early days the center of one of the liveliest camps in Arizona. About a quarter of a mile above the mine was a little city called Bradshaw City, which was a very pros perous place with a population of 1,000 souls. Today not a soul remains and the old houses have either crumbled to ruins or have been removed. - The articles of incorporation of the Tirask-Kessler Grocery company were amended yesterday and the firm name is now "The Kessler-Boyle Grocery Company." Mr. Boyle (has been con nected with the company as treasurer for some time and is recognized as a most thorough young business man. His many friends will congratulate him heartily upon entering as a part ner in such a well known and pros perous firm. ' 1 A man named I. J. Wakelin reported yesterday that near the Agua Fria river a mile north and a couple of hundred yards east of the Eeecham place he came upon a camp situated in a bunch of mes.qulte. There were plenty of provisions and camp utensils, but the aspect of the. place showed that no one had been present for sev eral days. He is of the opinion that the party, evidently a Mexican, had got lost on the desert and perished. Deputy Sheriff Jim Gibson yesterday arrested a Mexican named Juan Broca mente near Fort McDowell. Broca mente was indicted by the grand jury in. 1893 for ihorse stealing, but on the lltih of November before his case came to trial he, along with several others, escaped from . ithe -county jail. Several months ago a Mexican who was thought to be Brocamente was arrest ed, but was subsequently released. The officers aire confident that the man now in jail i9 the much wanted man, The extreme heat in the east is caus ing much suffering. The following is a comparative table of the temperature of various cities for Thursday lost and it will be noticed that Phoenix is much better off than the majority: Al bany, 94; Philadelphia, 94; Charlotte, N. C, 94; Jacksonville, 92; Pensacola, 96; Montgomery, Ala., 96; vacksburg, Miss., 98; Little Rock, Ark., 10-2 (the highest in the country); New York, 90; Memphis, 100; Indianapolis, 94; Os wego, 96; Cleveland, 92; Chicago and Springfield, 111., 96; St. Louis, Kansas City, Mo., Dodge City, Kan., and Phoe nix, Arizona, 98. The idiosyncracies of people under the influence of liquor are past finding out. As an instance a man pretty well under the influence called at a local undertaker's establishment yes terday and in a thick voice accompa nied by the unsavory fumes of bad whisky said that he had a vision that he would die before the day was out and requested that he be allowed to select the coffin and that everything should be in readiness to plant him without delay. To humor the indi vidual the undertaker let him select a magnificent casket and after ordering the mast expensive trimmings he de parted in a satisfied mood. At last accounts he was still alive and filling his system with booze to save embalm ing. Furnished house ,o'r rent. M. Lee. Mrs. A PERSONAL MENTION. Jottings About Individuals andThelr Actions. C. C. Hall of Albuquerque Is at The Commercial. & P. for New York. Bert Savior of Tempe left for Sa-a betha, 'Kan.,: Sst Digit, , i .-. C S. Kendall will leave on the Santa Fe this morning for Newport, Ark. H. H. Adams was an outgoing pas senger last evening over the Santa Fe to Denver. , ' Leo Davis of Los Angeles was among iine outgoing passengers on the M. & P. last night. A. M. Franklin returned from the south yesterday morning where he had been talking insurance. Mr. Oakes and wife and M. Ward left this morning at 1 o'clock for a trip to the 'Castle Creek hot springs. James and .Robert Babb of Congress, who have been spending several days in Phoenix, ieft last night over the M. Bruce Perley returned yesterday af ternoon from Prescott where he has placed several National cash registers. Alex Rheinstein, the rustlinwtrav- eling agent of Melczer Bros'. . liquor store, will go north today on a business tour. J. C Dobbins expects to leave to morrow or Tuesday on a six weeks' trip to the Mogollon mountains on mining business Miss Hawkins who has been visitiDg with Mrs. Frank Ward for several weeks, returns this morning to her home in San Diego. Morris Goldwater, member of the board of equalization, came down from Prescott yesterday afternoon. The board will meet tomorrow. Joe Pratt will leave over the Santa Fe this morning for San Francisco, where he will enjoy a vacation until the district court convenes in Septem ber. M. J. Spence, the incorporator of the Maricopa Creamery company, left last night for San Francisco. He had been in the valley several weeks agitating the building of a creamery and his efforts have been successful. RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. At a regular meeting of local union No. 86 Carpenters and Joiners of America, held lait? Tuesday evening, the following resolutions were adopted: Whereas, Death has removed from our midst a faithful friend and brother, Resolved, By this union No. 86, that we mourn the loss of Dietrick Kahrs, one of our workers in the cause for which we are organized, and be it fur ther . Resolved, That we tender our sym pathy to his family and that a copy of these resolutions be spread on our minutes and published in the daily pa pers of Phoenix. . .F. G. RUSSELL; Committee. CET COOL. The weather Saturday was such as to set most people thinking and sigh ing for breezes and bathing. It did occur to many and didn t to others that the park swimming baths could furnish the coolness. The baths are growing in popularity and are well pat ronized by the best people of Phoenix. The price of admission is very low and the accommodation all that could be desired. Goods at your own price. No reas onable offer will be refused. Mrs. A. M. Lee. 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 ibest nerve tonic. HOOD'S PILLS cure nausea, sick headache, indigestion, biliousness. All druggists. 25c. Now lot of sailors at Mrs. A. M. Le's for sale cheap. See Charles Howard Johnson' "Sailor Men" and "Back Page $20 Prize Offer" in Truth tomorrow. All trains and news stands. 'Tis Pretty, TisTrue, All sizes and Widths in this Twentieth Century Shoe DARK TAN, THK PRICK, .V$3.507. e. 1 Dii Shoe Co l!C I in 1 BHOADWAY. OPP. OITY HALL, Los Angeles, -: - - - '-': . - - .cal. Mail Order To insure prompt replies to requests for goods or samples, state g- clearly your requirements. All orders filled the same day asreceived. SOLE AGENTS FOR- g DR. JAEGER'S SANITARY WOOL UNDERWEAR AVE YOU SEEN IT? TrtE NEW PROCESS "BLVL7E FLAME" OIL STOVE. . . . Burns kerosene without smoke or odor. Quick meals and no explosions. , ; D. H. BURTIS COOL SUITS CUT. In view of the fact that there re mains but six or eight weeks of usm mer and having yet in stock a number of those elegant summer suits, and coats and vests, we will from now on just to close them out, make a cut of 20 per cent below former prices, as it has been some time since we saia anything about this class of clothing will now say that we introduced this quality of goods here and sold more of it this season than ever before ac cordingly we have a few hundred handsome walking ads. All the way from Phoenix to San Diego. This clothing can be laundried as easily and safely as muslin and always looks new. It is as cool as cheese cloth and as durable as canvass and since this cut in price 6f 20 per cent is a little bit cheaper than clothes usually get to be. Remember we can't carry this clothing over and we are going to sell it. Call around to the store and see if we don't do just as we say. ALKIRE COMPANY. OUR PECK OF DIRT. A recent tea advertisement of A. Schilling & (Co. reminds us of stories we have read of wine making in Italy where the natives- get into the wine press and tread the grapes into juice with their bare feet and legs. So it does not shock ua very much to read of naked men' who "manipu late" tea to Japan, stirring it with sweaty (and probably) dirty hands. One gets used to these things! Do not wear impermeable and tight- fitting hats that constrict the blood vessels of the scalp. Use Hall's Hair Renewer occasionally, and you will not be 'bald. NOTICE. AH persons knowing themselves in debted to'the estate of John C. Hulze- 'boseh are requested to call at his old stand, No. 10 North .Center street, and settle the same. By attending to this you will save costs. , . J. T. SWTTZER,; ,. . ' Executor. LOCAL BREVITIES. For Sale Canary birds, cheap, 423 West Jefferson street. Don't forget tlhe New Louvre, Mad ison, between first and Center streets. Cool beer hall upstairs. Music twice a week. 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, of Anheuser saloon. Rear Best cup of coffee at "Coffee Al's." IMPORTANT TO BEER DRINKERS. Ice cold imported Bavarian and Pils ner beer on draughty at the new cold air storage vaults of the Central Hotel saloon. Come and try it. " w THE BEST ALWAYS DRY GOODS AND FURNISHINGS If and 20 North First 1 Fleming Block, .... TOfiiE DRY GOODS Department. SELLS THEM. New BICYCLE Livery. WALE, BT. $100 Wheels gSgSSSS?" for Renting. S&E?2r? GOHI AND SEE ME. FAY KNOWLTON, PROP. ' THE BURGER CORRAL On First Avenue Between Adams nnd At onroe Sts, Best of eare given to stock left in onr charge at moderate prices. Plenty of room for wagons and outfits. Frank Murphy, Prop.,' St mm I iMEAT; l RARE, 3 H JUICY, ,f TENDER 8 Hand SWEET. call on 1 E. A. TOVREA, : 24 1. WASHINGTON ST. , Fireworks; and 4th OF JULY . ; Goods of All Kinds ' . t THK IRVIJlB COMPANY 35 and 37 E. Washington St. ......THE Windsor House UNDER NEW Jf ANAGKMEKT. - NICE, CLEAN ROOMS - Foe Kent By Day. Week Oe Month. First-Class Table Board IN CONNECTION. $5 MEAL TICKETS FOR $4.50. COM2 A.ND SEE US. CAS KEY & BLACK, PROPS. North Center St., Near Monroe. Ave. Telephone 154. Phoenix. Arizona.