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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, 1896.
OFFERED TODAY:
PINEAPPLES,
NECTARINES, ' !
BLACKBERRIES, .3
BAR fLEVT PEARS.
WAX ANO LIMA BEANS,
LOCAL ASPARAGUS,
GRtEN CHILI.
LARGE FRYING CH'CKENS,'
DUCKS. TURKEYS & GEESE
DRESSED TO OROER.
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G. 0. BUXTON 4 CO.
TELEPHONE 122 S
WEATHER REPORT.
C.S Department of Agricui-TUBs, ' '
Weather bureau.
Phoenix, August 13, 1896.
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29.857 29.725
82.2 107.2
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clear P.cdy
Barom. pres. (red. to tei level) in.
Actua.1 temperature
Sensible temperature
Relative humidity.' T
Direction of wind
Velocity of wind..
Saiufall (pan ti honrt)
State of weather
Forecast for today, fair.
, , Arthur L. White. Observer.
IN A
Happenings of Streets
and Town.
Epitome of the CJty's Local
' Intelligence.
The DolnKS of a Day In Phoenix and
Its Tributary
- Rearlon.
Dr. Pratt will preach at the Metho
dist church nortfh next Sunday niorn
ing. i
Chas. Bourn, a boy a6 years, of age,
living two miles north of the city,
died Wednesday might of .typhoid fever,
The funeral occurred yesterday after
noon. A couple of gentlemen of color from
Phoenix arrived at Willeox a couple
of days ago on wheels. They claimed
that they were going to tour the world
awheel.
The faculty of .the Normal school
has Just issued a neat pamphlet giving
the different 'branches of study taught
in that school and the requirements
necessary for admission.
A secret service detective is now at
Prescott to investigate the robbery
there. Three suspicious characters are
being 'shadowed by local officers on
suspicion of being the perpetrators.
Tempe News: Mr. and Mrs. Haux
huirst and two daughters and Miss
Murray were here today from Phoenix
looking for a house in which to move.
The young ladies will enter the Normal
the coming term.
Mrs. Robert Black of the Windsor
yesterday evening gave a most enjoy-
-VI. im hnnw rut ha. ,Vtw.ll1 Q V
auie ouypTi i'ii juuiii vi .
The guests sat down to a most delec
table repast, which consisted of vi
ands most choice, calculated to tickle
the palate of a pronounced gourmand.
The Los Angeles Express says that
the Philharmonica !band of Tucson,
now playing at the seaside resorts, is
the ibest musical organization of its
kind either In Arizona or.iNew Mexico.
The Los Angeles Philharmonica band
gave a (banquet and ball in honor of
the visitors from the ancient pueblo.
The man Forrest, who was arrested
at Bisbee a few days ago hy Sheriff
Leatherwood on suspicion of .being
one of the Negates bank robbers is now
being held as a United States prisoner
on a charge of having a hand in the
robbery of the postoffiee at Separ, New
Mexico, several days ago.
Two Mexican custom house guards
while riding near Lo Morita, Wednes
day, accidentally came upon a party of
four men at a watering placa When
the men saw the guards they immedi
ately hegam shooting, wounding one
of the guards in the shoulder. It is
thought they were the party of ban
dits who attempted to rob the Nogales
hank.
Lady Sholto Douglas weary of min
ing life dn Arizona, has returned to her
mother's home in Oakland, leaving her
lord alone to look 4or that trig for
tune he is after in a hole inthe ground.
Lady iSholto said in an interview that
Lord Sholto has not struck the for
tune, but he dives in hopes of making
a big cleanup. She says she has left
the stage forever at the urgent request
of the Marquis of Queensberry.
Last night another excursion left
over the M. & P. for California hav
ing on iboard the following named:
Mrs. M. H. Hoover, L. Leavitt and
wife, C. J. Ulmer, D. Leaman, Miss
Patricia Hutchinson, Mr. and Mrs. J.
K. Murphy, W. 6. Sutton, Ohas. N.
Kaylor, L. E. Hewins, Mr. and Mrs,
C. H. Pierce, Mrs. J. M. Crawford, J,
H. Kibbey, H..M. Willis, Jack Gibson
Fred Heinleia and L B. Cannon and
wife of Wickenburg.
The territorial Sunday school con
vention will convene at Flagstaff this
morning, and will remain In session
for three days. Prominent Sunday
school workers from all parts of the
territory will he present. Those who
will attend from Phoenix are: General
A. J. Sampson, Methodist; W. H.
Smith, Methodist south; Miss Llllie
C. Irvine, Baptist; E. G. Randal, Ttalph
Murphy, Presbyterian; A. P. Wal
'bridge, Christian. The delegates left
;for the north on yesterday evening's
train. '
Al Galpin was the possessor of a pet
calf that Jie now mourns, for the- pt
has met ; With en untimely endlMfc
Wednesday night Galpin heard a racky
et in his hen house. He supposed Jfl
was a coyote that he had heard yelp
ing early In the evening. He called
his friend, Fletcher Boomer, who is
visiting with him, and the two armed
themselves for the assault on the hen
roost. Galpin had a shotgun and
Boomer a pistol. Cautiously the
lightly clad hunters crept towards the
hen roost. "There he is," whispered
Galpin pointing to the dark outlines
of some animal that was reaching up
to the roost with his head and grab
bing chickens by the legs. "You take
aim and fire when I do," he continued,
"and between us both we will hit it'
Simultaneously at the word two re
ports rang out followed almost imme
diately hy a squawking of frightened
hens and a blat that didn't sound much
like the dying yelp of a coyote. Both
rushed forward and, there on the
ground lay the dead calf and by its
side the body of a chicken with its
head shot off. Boomer missed the
calf, but shot something.
PERSONAL MENTION.
Jottings About Individuals and Their
Actions.
M. V. Warren left last night on a
trip for the north.
C. F. Ainsworth has returned from
his trip to the coast.
Mrs. Sam Berkley of Tucson is vis
iting friends in Phoenix. ,
Lee Gray has returned from a two
months' trip to Buffalo. "
Mrs. W. C. Budge Is in Prescott the
guest of Mrs. EL W. Wells.
Mrs. Lizzie Winters has returned
from a visit to friends in Prescott.
R, C. McNary, a young mining man
of Prescott, is in the city on business.
W. H. Smith left yesterday for Flag
staff where he will spend a few days.
John 0. 'Dunbar left yesterday morn
ing for iFlagstaff where he will rejoin
his family.
B. A. Flckas and daughter left over
the Santa Fe yesterday for a trip to
Cleveland, Ohio.
Charlie Pierce, mail carrier, left last
night for California with his wife for
a hrief vacation,
George Cook, the Prescott jeweler,
is In the city again to look after busi
ness interests in this place.
Architect Fred Heinlein has found
life so attractive on -the coast that he
left for Los Angeles again last night.
Geo. W. . Sargent and W. A. Drake
of the S. F., P. & P. railroad came
down yesterday afternoon from the
north. v
Hon. B. A. Fickas left "yesterday
morning for Cleveland, O., tdvattend
the supreme lodge. Knights of Pythias
of the World.
San Diego Sun: Mrs. Monihon, wife
of T. G. Monihon of Phoenix, one of
the wealthiest citizens of that place, is
here for the summer,
Miss Patricia Hutchinson, the pleas
ing young stenographer of the M. & P.
company, left last night for the coast
to enjoy a well earned vacation.
H. M. Willis, the promising young
attorney and aspirant for the office of
district attorney, left last night for Los
Angeles to be gone a week on business
and pleasure.
Mrs. T. J. Wolfley was a passenger
on last night's Santa Fe train. She
will spend a few days dn St. Joseph
and then proceed to Montreal, Canada,
where she goes for medical treatment.
W. H. Kennedy, New York; W. H.
Lewis, Indianapolis; Mrs. E. M. Harris,
Fort Worth, and Mrs. Wm. Meyers,
Sioux City, were passengers on the
northbound Santa Fe train yesterday
morning.
Hon. J. ID. Bethune came in yesterday
from Tucson. The judge is looking in
the best of health and his numerous
Phoenix friends are pleased to note
that 'he has suffered no ill effects from
the fall he received Ini Phoenix during
the last session of the supreme court.
He left last night for Prescott.
. Chinese English.
The Chinese take great pains to use
the English language with accuracy,
but sometimes they are more fluent
ihan correct. Those pretty little sea
weed flowers that unfold from seeming-
y dry sticks when dropped into a fin
der bowl with water are imported into
;his country in gray paper envelopes,
sometimes labled thus: "Water flowers
tor the amusement after dinner."
The Soko Ape. '
Letters from the African traveler,
Oscar Neumann, at Bukoba, savs the
London News, contains many interest
ing1 thinjrs that Neumann learnt from
the Manyemas. One is that the Soko
ape is very common and much feared
in Manyamaland, between Nyanjrwe
and the northern shore of the Tang
anyika. Some time ago an Arab
wanted to take a Soko which he had
captured to the coast. He succeeded
in reaching Ugogo with his prize.
There he died, and his sons, who
attributed the death of their father
to the enhantments of the wicked,
1 J 1 A -1 A . ... 71
wwu ueuiuu, uasteneu to reiransport
the supposed origin of their misfortune
to its native place, and the interesting
specimen was thus lost to science.
"DP WITH YODR FLUKES"
Command that Startled
Will LeGrande.
le Saw a Man with a Guri and
4
Wicked Eyes.
The Highwayman, for Such He Was,
Takes Liberties with Le
G rand j's Pockets.
"Up with your flukes!" were the
gruff words that 1 caused Will Le
Grande to stop his whistling and turn
suddenly. What he saw was the
gleaming (barrel of a pistol and behind
the gun was a man whose face was
partially concealed by a handkerchief.
Over the cloth flashed a pair of vil
lainous eyes that showed determina
tion. "Up with them paws before this
gun ' goes off!" Was the repeated de
mand. Le Grande looked at the mouth
of the yawnling cannon, then at the
evil eyes leering into his face. He
shivered who wouldn't then with
alacrity up went the hands. That's
right, you show good sense," com
placently said the owner of the gun,
and glowing orbs. "Now let's see if
the ibird is worth plucking," he con
tinued In a cheerful mood. He felt
in one pocket of Le Grande's clothes
and found a clear. "Good " was it.rie
brief utterance. He then dived into
nis victim s pistol pocket and pulled
out a handkerchief which foe. threw
disdainfully on the eronnd Fnirir
research into the pockets brought to
nigni a tfau greeniDacK and ?S in silver.
In the Inside pocket of the vest the
polite highwayman fished tip a few
letters. "From your girl, eh?" he
asked jocosely. "Well, I guess you
can keen them! nrwftv Atrv ran din a. -f.
me," and (he put them back.
-Now. young fellow," me said threat
eningly, "you stay Just where you are
without looking hack for two minutes,
or I will be compelled to cause your
girl to wear mourning for you; good
night." and the' Mehwavman
moved away.
Le Grande stayed, as he thought, the
proscribed length of time, then made
hasty tracks In. search of a TmHvnin
- fW WLUUUl 1
He Is the chief OTterArfw n-n rvfoi
9:30 o'clock, fthe usual thrall hft lscuu?
the office and started for' the Sixth
Avenue notel .where he resides. He
always crosses th in in irfca
- - - " .buu .-ixu Ul
the Presbyterian Mlinivh stui i
there that he was robbed. He says
uu.au, ne was winistling while walking
and heard a step behind Mm, but be
fore he could .turn, heard the words
quoted above. He says he thought
somebody was mlavime- a. Inim n iifm
at first, (but when he saw "the road to
-eternity" and those wicked eyes he
K.uew ic was no joke. The robber, he
says, was of medium height, wore a
yair or overalls ana vest, head was
covered with a sornhrwi,
worse for wear. He could not see the
lower part of his. face on account of
the handkerchief. The police are now
molting ior tne rascal.
SALVATION CAMPAIGN.
Every Soldier Must Write and Send
Three Letters.
CHICAGO. All?. 13 .TTnrTMr en1l;A.
of the Salvation Army In the United
States will write at. laa &h
and address them to persons whom
they know to be In
encouragement. This Is one of Booth
Tucker's latest ideas in connection
with the work of redemption ;
Quality in it. Money in it. Monev-
back in it. "'' i
Schilling's Best tea. ' i ' . ;
-. CHILDREN FREE, j ,
Children under 14 .hrlnerlncr' fhnir
own suit can go in at the park swim
mine baths every Tuesrlav fnmuyin
free of charge. Come along and enjoy
yourselves. . i
100 bicycle for renting. No. 19
Wall street.
Tis Pretty,
TisTrue,
All sizes and
Widths in this
Twentieth Century
Shoe
DARK TAN,
Tim PRIOE,
."."."$3. 50.".".
H, A. ill! Shoe Co
LOS ANGELES, - -
Mail Order
To insure prompt replies to requests for goods or samples, state
g- clearly your requirements. All orders filled the same day as received.
fc SOLE AGENTS FOR P ,
1 DR. JAEGER'S SBNITflRY WOOL UPERWEflR
E YOU SEEN IT?
b
THE NEW PROCESS
"BLUE ITLIVIE"
OIL STO VE. . , .
Burns kerosene without smoke or odor. Quick meals and
no explosions. , n - -
D. H. BURTIS SELLS THEM.
LAST CHANCE.
Alkire's have offered wearers of
straw hats several opportunities this
summer to buy their headgear cheap
er than ever before, and although they
have sold several thousand straw hats
they have straw hats left. Now they
will mot carry such goods over and try
to sell them next year for brand new
because they don't do business that
way. Alkire's straw hats this season
made a great hit because they were
distinctly new, so to be sure and close
out the present stock they will from
now on until all are gone sell straw
hats at cost and below cost. If any
doubt this let them call at the big store
and ask prices. They will have no
difficulty In convincing themselves
that there is one tflrm that can and
will sell straw hats at cost. There will
be at least six weeks of 'very sum
mery weather yet and every well
dressed gentleman can afford to treat
themselves to a new straw hat just to
close the season , in as good taste as
they began It.
MERIT WINS and that is why
Hood's Sarsaparllla holds the abiding
confidence of the public. Hood's Sar
saparilla is known by the cures it has
made. It is the One True Blood Puri
fier.
HOOD'S PILLS cure liver Ills, con
stipation, jaundice, sick headache, bil
iousness. 2oc.
MISSING.
CHICAGO, Aug. 11. W. H. Scott,
chief clerk of the Santa Fe road, has
been missing for over a week and there
is no clue to his Whereabouts. ' It is
thought that he ihas heen foully dealt
with.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Ladies, for face treatments, see Mrs.
Wallace, Ford hotel.
Best bicycle repairing. Fay Knowl
ton. Wall street.
Anybody wanting a woman to work
by day, call 88 N. Center street.
Don't forget the 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. Rear
of Anheuser saloon.
Best cup of coffee at "Coffee Al's.'
DeMund Bros, will sell you lumber
cheaper- than any one. Get their
prices before buying. A large and well
assorted stock to select from.
FOR SALE.
For a reasonable amount of cash or
the: best always
DRY GOODS HP FURNISHINGS
If? and 20 North First
Fleming Block, - V -
DRY C
GOODS
TORE
, - -j - - - . CAL.
Department.
will trade for a high grade bicycle, a
well 'bred, gentle and well broke driv
ing animal that can trot a good clip.
Inquire at Capital Harness shop.
The Atlantic & Pacific road will -sell
round trip tickets from all stations to
Flagstaff at a one fare rate, for the
lemtonai sunoay scnooi - convention
on the 14th, 15th and 16th of this
month. The S. F., P. & P. will sell
round trip tickets at one fare rate, good
for 30 days
THE BURGER CORRAL
On First Avenue Between.
Adams nnd Monroe 8tsf
Bert of care given to stock left in our charge
at moderate c ricef. Plentv of room for wnirnna
and outfits. ,
Frank Murphy, Prop.
mm
! MEAT! MET MEAT! f
RARE,
JUIOY,
TENDER
8
and SWEET.
-CALL ON
E. A. TOVREA,
24 W. WASHINGTON ST.
71
and 4th OF JULY
Goods of All Kinds
TBI IRVIHB COMPANY
: 35 and 37 K. Washington St.
Windsor House
TENDER NEW MANAGKMEHT. '
- NICE, CLEAN; ROQIiJS -
For Kent 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.
Ave.
Telephone 154.
Fireworks
Phoenix. Arizona.

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