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THE ARIZpNA REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER '1896. .
Prescott -Cabbage, Fl NESTED N EARTH. WAX, STRING I EGG ANO LlMASEANS. PLANT. GREEN I ASPARAGUS CHILI TOMATOES. Largest and best asEortmentof fruits and vegetables in Pnuenix. TJATTI FflDV We iIe headquarters. rUULlill Orders intrusted with us "Uiiiii are sure to give satisfao tion. Once acustomeralwaysacustomer t G. Q. BUXTON 4 CO. A TELEPHONE 122 4 WEATHER REPORT. D.S. Dbpabtxrnt op Agriculture, iVkatheb Bureau, PHfKNix. September 4. 1896. ) OA. M 5 P. M 29.889 29.763 80.6 102.0 72.5 73.5 68 25 SW W 3 3 el 'd; clear Barom. pres. (red. to tea level) In. Actual temperature Sensible temperature Relative humidity Direction of wind Velocity of wind Rainfall (past 12 hours) -. . otateoi weatner. Hiehest tamDrature in 24 hours endine 4 o. m., 101.1. Lowest temperature in, 21 hours ending 4 p. m.,80.0. ' - Forecast for today, fair. Arthur L. Whits, Observer. MS J A NUTSHELL. Happenings of Streets " and Town. Epitome of the. City's Local Intelligence. The Doings of a Day In Phoenix and ' Its Tributary . Region. The Sacred Heart academy will open for the term nest Tuesday with a large carloads of delayed freight held toy the A. & P; washouts arrived yesterday morning. The board of county examiners now comprise Probate Judge Crouse, F. H. Parker and (W. A. Coy. Mrs. Mary Johnson's kindergarten opens September 28 In the basement of the new Metlhodist church. The (Normal school at Temp will open for .the term on Monday. There will be a larger attendance than at any other time in the history of the eohool. County Treasurer Murray yesterday paid out $2,000 in, redemption of 'the old county court house bonds calling for tihat amount. There yet remains $12,000 of the bonds to be redeemed.' Mrs. Clara T. Packwood died yester day afternoon at the Depot (hotel. The f umeral will take place this morning at 10 o'clock from Randal & Davitf un dertaking parlors. (Deceased was 83 years of age. "Oklahoma" at the park has been drawing good crowds all week and those who have not as yet seen this mirth provoking iplay should not fail to attend tonight, as it will be the last performance of the piece. Dr. Helm yesterday made an exam ination of Prenty Phillips' injured limb, that was crushed in the recent railroad accident. He found that am putation, will not toe necessary and that the limb can be saved. The Republicans of Prescott 'held their primary election Thursday and it lis remarkable that in a place of its size 312 Republican votes were cast. This shows tihat Republicanism is gain ing strength la .the territory. A young man named Long toad his legs broken in two places at Ash Fork Thursday. He was between tttue cars while a train was being made up and in some manner was struck. He was brought to the Bisters hospital at Prescott.. Sherman Crump, a young man of Willcox, was (brought to the county hospital at Tucson Thursday to be treated for a bullet wound dn his tight hip. While crawling through a barbed wire fence a wire caught the hammer of his revolver, -with the' result that it was discharged. Governor Franklin yesterday re stored to cMzenebip J. W. Fisher, who was sentenced to serve one year for forgery committed at Tempe. His term would 'have expired on the 15th of this month, Ibut his pardon was rec ommended by the superintendent of the penitentiary. Today at 10 o'clock the Good Tem plars of the county will meet in I. 0. G. T. hall in district lodge for the purpose of electing district officers for the ensuing year. A session will also be held .in the evening which will be supplemented Iby a lunch served in the hall by the ladies. It is said on good authority that the Mexican government has made a re quisition on the authorities at Wash ington for the extradition of Santa Teresa and her father, Tomas TJrrea, on the charge of inciting the recent Nogales trouble, and were, parties to the fight and the robbery. Special Officer Pete Wolfley on Thursday,. night arrested Henry Cole man for ffttjcMn.g a crosswalk with a horse. The officer requested Cole man to clear the way and upon the latter refusing, placed him under ar rest. His trial will come off in the police court this morning and he has retained t lawyer to defend him. Pico, fbe Mexican who was brought over from Tempo by Deputy U. s. Marshal Silankard on a charge of pass ing counterfeit money, was arraigned before Commissioner Crenshaw yes terday and 'his triad postponed pending the arrival of witnesses. He is also under $500 bonds on a charge of horse stealing. Sheriff Wight of Graham county, arrived yesterday dm charge of an in sane "Mexican who was committed .to the asylum. Some years ago the Mex ican was accused of a murder. He was tried and acquitted, hut he never re covered from the effects of the shock. He recently developed signs of insan ity and it was found necessary to have him confined. It is now positively known that the leader of the Nogales 'bandits who were near the New Mexico line is Joe George, who planned and executed the robbery of the Southern Pacific pas senger train, at Stein's Pass, to the ter ritory, about eighteen months ago, and whose companion, Wheelock, was killed by Colorado authorities shortly afterward, George escaping during the fight. The robbers say they are going to live on the .ranches until they make a raise. Where are nine of them. They will probably rob a train or a bank. There are about fifteen cyanide plants now in operation in the terri tory for the treatment of refractory ores. At Harqua, Hala the largest plant to the territory is working with a capacity of 160 tons. One plant at Fool's Gulch of 100 tons capacity, ranks next; Congress, one of eighty tons; at Wickenburg, two plants of sixty tons each are working; at Seymour, one of forty tons; at Tombstone, four plants of tern to thirty tons each, and numer ous other .plants throughout the terri tory on small scales, from five to fif teen tons capacity. At El .Rio a large plant Is now being- built and also one at Golden. : . .: . T&s' Demcsr's 'nV. oiay ho'd their primaries 'for il'i? elecisa ;of tle'.ssabp to the county coaventioE, which will convene on e Tl-n .ins:, ola juagcs and inspectors of the varicis Phoenix wards aire as follows: Fir? ward, Gardiner block, nine delegates; Frank P. Trott, inspector; C. A. Luke, J. F. Meador, Judges. Second ward, Rede will founding, eight delegates;- John, F. Norton, inspector; J. F. Pierce, H. M. Willis, judges. Third ward, W. Mor ris' office, twelve delegates;" Seth By ers. -inspector: Al Hoffman, Eugene Martin, judges; Fourth ward, city hall. five delegates; A. E. Cobb, mspeetor; Ben Crawford, E. Irvine, judges. The last number of . the Scientific American contains the following de scription of a tie plate invented by Chas. J. Schenck of Gala Bend: This tie plate comprises a male and a female member arranged for interlocking en spring bearing surface engaging oppo gagement, each member having a site sides of the rail,, such surface fac ing one another when the . members are assembled, and , a flange on one plate being engaged by a flange on the other plate. Portions of the grip ping surf ace of the tie plates may be extended upward to engage with the head of the rail at one or 'both sides, forming a superior brace for the rails, especially at their outer sides on a curve. This tie plate ds also designed to entirely prevent creeping The railroads are using every en deavor to make special irales for Salt River valley produce so that outside markets can be competed ith. The fol- lolng is from the Southwestern Farmer regarding a carload of cheese: The first carload of cheese ever shipped from the Salt River valley, or for that matter from Arizona, went out Tiles- day evening of this week from Tempe the product of the factory at that point. A rate was made toy the rail roads of a cent a pound, which enabled this product to seek an outside market. This has been the difficulty heretofore, not alone with this particular dairy product, .but with agricultural products in general the rates accorded having 'been almost prohibitive. Whenever the transportation companies can be induced to make a rate which will be acceptable it will be a grand thing for the producers of Arizona and the whole southwest. And that day is conning. Paul Herrman, Arizona representa tive of the Los Angeles Times, lost himself on the desert in the land of manana last week. He 'has just learned to ride a bike and he thought it would be pleasant to rude from Tucson to Mexico. He started and only made about twenty-five miles when the wheel' kicked him off by the chain breaking. Not willing to turn back he pushed ahead, walking beside the injured wheel. In some way he lost the path he was traversing and upon trying to locate himself was more hopelessly lost than ever. Finally the only bit of nature that looked familiar was the blue canopy of heaven. He wandered aimlessly about for twenty four hours with nothing to chew hut the ends of his moustache and nothing to slake his thirst Ibut a can of triple extract bicycle oil. That is good diet, however, for a newspaper man, so he really suffered no inconvenience on the score of dining. Hope almost for sook him and he was seriously think ing of lying down beside the remains of the cause of his woe .the bike when to his ears came the faint crow ing of a cock Jt told him that there was yet hope, so pushing on he soon found a haven of rest and what was better; a substantial supper on tortillas. PERSONAL MENTION. Jottings About Individuals andThelr Actions. W." E.'Baylesa Of Prescobt Is in the city. ' - ; ff ;o J, E. Qtey, late' of the Ford hotel, left yesterday morning for Denver. Hon. A. J. Doran has gone to Tomb stone to look at a copper property. Mies Mabel Early returned yesterday morning from a very pleasant vacation spent In the east. H. W. (Ryder is in Redondo, Cal., the guest of H. D. Smith, mamager of the Redondo Lumber company. Hon. W. T. Smith and family re turned yesterday momdng from a very pleasant trip to the coast. John Orme and family returned yes terday from Long Beach, Cal., where they were spending the summer. Miss Kate B. Grdswold arrived in Phoenix yesterday from Chicago. She has been engaged as a teacher at the NormaA. Jj. H. Landes, the ticket agent of the S. F., P. & P. company an this city, will Jeave today for a two weeks' visit to Chicago and Cincinnati. THE SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. Tucson Star: Both political parties an their ternutonau conventions should, and no doubt will, demand statehood in unqualified terms; but they should do more. They should demand in the event statehood is .refused, that a law be enacted allowing the territories to elect all of their territorial officials instead of, as now, having them ap pointed by the Washington govern ment. Thus would be a long step .in favor of home rule. (Mohave Miner: Many newspapers are quoting the utterances of the San Fran cisco-Chronicle of last year and using the deadly parallel, to show how the mighty has fallen under the winsome wiles of Hanma's barrel. ..-. Tucson Star: Gila county Democracy has elected three stalwart Democrats to the Williaims convention. They are all three representative citizens, and are men of character, who don't wear any man s or est of men's collar. They will support only . men of like char acter of themselves, hence Gila coun ty's delegation cam- be depended upon as standing for the election of a man of character for the next delegate to congress. :r Flagstaff Democrat: Hon. E. J. Bab bitt left Friday for Cincinnati, Ohio, his old home, where he will reside dn the future. Mr.'' Babbitt was a mem ber of the council in our last legisla ture and was one-jof the brightest at torneys in the territory. Eddie is a lifelong .Democrat and has gone to swell the majority in Ohio for Bryan and free silver. It has given many a citizen a heartfelt pang to shake hands in farewell with Eddie Babbitt, for he was one of our very best citizens. Mr. Babbitt will soon" be married to Miss Matilda Veroamp,.of Cincinnati, Ohio. " Tucson Star: It won't do to send a man to congress who thinks more of his own advancement than he does of the cause of statehood. Tucson Citizen T The Citizen has all along maintained that many of the so called free silver Bryan Democrats were not sincere in their professions of party loyalty. This fact is borne out by the irefusal of The Star the mouthpiece and apologist of the Ari zona Democracy, more especially of the Tucson wing of the party to hoist the Bryan banner. Presumably the editor is acting under and by the advice of his Jeffersonlan assooiates. Notwith standing their noisy pretensions it Is plainly evident that the Tucson De mocracy, as represented by The Star, is ashamed of the National ticket and will not give it .publication. . "Bryan and free silver" is a farce among them. ''., Tucson Star;. Statehood is the para mount issue with the people of Ari zona. drrwner.ivft rvf T-H.ixl tmj 7 . X- - f "'IWVMPI tUK'lrJ VI affiliation, and the citizen who can se cure to us cms DQon is the individual we should send to congress. Keep this fact steadily in view. , 'Tis Pretty, TisTrue, All sizes and Widths in this Twentieth Century Shoe.. DARK TAN, THK PRICE, ."."."$3.50".".". liLDi Sloe AN IDEA WANTED. The local committee of arrangements for the Fifth Irrigation congress, the session of which will be held in Phoe nix commencing December 15,: 1896, would be pleased to receive suggestions from the residents of Phoenix, and!:es pecialily from the' ladies, as to the de sign of the official badge of the con grees. Something attractive, unique and locally typical to desired. Sugges tions should 'be addressed to James. Mc Millan, Secretary Local Committee Irrigation Congress, Phoenix. Just Received AT THK Racket Store A Fine Assortment of Toilet Soap, Hair Brushes and Combs, Ladles' Hose, Ken's Socks, Darniug Cotton, Km broidery Silk, Peng, Pencils, Ink, Writing Paper, Tablets, School Bags and Sponges. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Underwear, Corsets and Corset Laces, Shoe Black ing and Shoe Dressing. Towells, Napkins anp Handkerchiefs. Alarm Clocks, Night I. amps and Wblgk Brooms. Yalenciennes, Cnantilly, Irish Gimp and Torchon Laees, Table Linen. Tur key Red Damask and Table Oil Cloth. Laoie's Belts, Hooks and Eyes,' Pearl Buttons and Kid Curlers. 9 4 Sheeting, India Linen, Light Calico and White Goods. Hair Ornaments, Hair Pins, Tooth Brashes and Safety Pins. White Shirts. Linen Collars, Suspenders, Windsor Ties, Scarfs and Bows. . La dies' Sailor Hats, Fine Ribbons, Hat Frames. Flowers, Tips and Feathers. Shoes for Ladles, Gents. Boys, Girls and Children Men's Hats, Overalls, Negligee Shirts, Cotton ad Pants and Gloves. The above goods and hundreds of other staple and useful arti cles marked down to their mobt S 0881 bio figure for cash, verj thing ffuarameed satisfac tory or your moaey bacz and no grumbling. Racket Store, Cor. Center & Adams Sts. MERIT WINS and that is. why Hood's Sarsaparilla 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 diver ills, con stipation, jaundice, sick headache, bil iousness. 25c. LOCAL BREVITIES. Make tea as pleasant to drink as the .finest "wine, and keep your hus band home. Schilling's Beat To trade for real estate or cash,- 60 or 70 head of horses. Several span broken. Average weight one thou sand to eleven hundred pounds. Ad dress Mrs. J. E. Farnsworth, Williams, Arizona. Sacred Heart (Academy will reopen on Tuesday, September 8. A large at tendance as expected. Besides the branches peculiar to a thorough Eng lish education, there will be lessons given in music an piano, mandolin and guitar; French and painting in oil and in water colors. For terms apply to the Mother Superior. 4100 bicycles . for . renting at No. 19 Wall street. Fay Knowlton. - Don't suffer. Get a bottle of our prickly heat killer. Price, 25 cents. The Phoenix Drug Co.. 15 W. Wash ington. Best cup of coffee at '3offee Al's." After September 1 I will sell ice at the following prices: 20 pounds and under, 1c per pound; 25 pounds to 40 pounds, at c per pound; 50 pounds and over, c per pound. P. MINOR. Caramels, chewing peppermints and cream taffy made daily at DeMers'. Flail term Lamson's Business Col lege opens September 7, 1896. Tui tion has been reduced for the term to $16 English course; $25 business course and $35 shorthand and typewriting course. FOB RENT. At $30 per month, a family residence with hall, five large rooms, and closets and .porches. Shady grounds and grassy yard. Best location dn city for a physicians family residence. Call at southwest corner of Fifth and Washington streets. THE BEST ALWAYS DRY GOODS AND J8 a"d 20 North First Fleming Block, - ... . The Water Lily. Several specimens of water lilies have the very curious peculiarity of bloom ing all day and at evening closing their blossoms, and, by retracting the stem, drawing1 the flour en tirely under water. There is .ijo juore singular fact in the history of flowers than this oddity of the water lily- The water -of the oceans, notwith standing numerous local influences, is nearly of the same composition in every part of the world. A white rainbow was seen recently at Westnewton, Aspatria, in Cumber land, during a hard frost. It lasted for more than half an hour and was much broader than the ordinary rainbow. Mbs. Newel Case, of Battle Creek, Mich., has a new pair of twin babies, born on different days of the week, different months and different years; one just before and one just after the New Year midnight. So powebful was the force of water ejected from a geyser well on the farm of John Sholl, in Bloomington, 111., that it threw a stream one hundred and twenty-five feet high. A half-inch board held over the stream was cut in two in twenty seconds. Blacksmith and Wagon Shop L. GRAF, Proprietor. HAVING erected a new shop on North Center St., opposite the school house for the purpose of carrying on the BLACK SMITHING BUSIN ESS in all its various branches, I can be found there at all times. Fine carriage making a specialty SHOEING done.in the very best manner. A larte assortment of iron, steel and wagon material constantly on hand. Experienced workmen. Repairing Done With Dispatch. GOLDEN RULE RESTAURANT. Situated in the old Gazette building, Cor Center and Jefferson Sts. THE BEST 15c MEAL IN THE CITY. - - Give Us a TriaL - - TEE. Windsor House CNDEB KKW KANAGIMEBT - NICE, CLEAN ROOMS - Fob Bent Bt Day. Wizk Or Month. First-Glass Table Board IN CONNECTION. $5 MEAL TICKETS FOR $4.50. COMX AND 8KB TJS. CASKEY & BLACK, Props. North Center St., Near Monroe. THE BURGER CORRAL On First Avenue Between Adams nnd Monroe Sts, Best of care given to stock left in our charge at moderate prices. Plenty of room for wagons and outfits. Frank Murphy, Prop. aimmaiirwiffwamis J HEAT! HEAT - RARE, : :i H JUICY, ll TENDER g and SWEET. J call on E. A. TOVREA, U W. ST. CROQUET ......SETS! Special Bargains for " the next SO days. THE IRVINE CO. FURNISHINGS Ave. - Telephone 164. . - Phoenix, Arizona, "