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THE AKIZONA REPUBLICAN : THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 189&
5 BLACK3ERRIE3, BAN4.NA8, NORTdElvi CALIFORNIA APPLES, CRAS3ERRIK8, COCOAKUTS, r&IYRNA FiGS. - v ; , i ' sh; ? I l WAX, LIMA and STRING BEANS. ifcAJREK-S fEiS. ASPARAGUS. -v . Leading Brands ; Fresh Oysters ia bulk and cans. Largest and Bast Ass irtment of in Phoenix QUAIL, SPRING CHICKESS, iiUCKS and TURKEYS. G. Q. BUXTON & CO. Dealers in Good Things to Bat. WEATHER REPORT. J). 8. Dbpabtmsst op Agkicchurk, i Weather Bureau, PutENiX, September 83, 1896. j a. HSP.a '.9.824 29.825 69 0 85 0 S6.0 62.0 43 25 d W 6 i clear clear Barom, prjs. (red. to tei level) in. Actual temperature -Sensible tempe -aturo Relative Qumi Iky Direction of wind Velocisy of wind : Rainfall (ja.'t 12 hours) State of weather Bieh?st laniu.ralure in 2i hours ending 4 p. Loweit temperature in 21 hsurs ending 4 p. jb ,68 5 Forecast for today, fair. bUMSBit Hackett, Observer. IN A Happenings of Streets and Town. Epitome of the City's Local Intelligence. The Oolnes of a Day In Phoenix and Its Tributary ' Region. Five carloads of hogs were shipped last night from Glendale to bos An geles by the Kay 'brothers. A band of horsemen and a party of Wheelmen will .take part in trie parade tonight regardless of party affiliations. The colored Republicans' have formed a McKimley and Hiobart club. They have a membership of seventy five. The usual case of "solitary drunk" was ,Ted hv the recorder yesterday and the culprit released upon the payment of a 44 toe. .Ta vi.rir Men's Republican club fraA a. mtMie last night and perfected arrangements to act as escort to the car of 'liberty in tine paraae. General Nelson A. Miles, command er-in-chief of the army, will pass through Arizona in a few days on a tour of inspection ot tine army posts. A. F. Messinger yesterday filed Ms bond of $100,000 as assignee of ri. W. Rvder. M. )W. Messinger, fa Chris ty. W. T. Smith, and W. J. Murphy are ibis sureties. A sDecial train will arrive from Tempe tonight with, a delegationi of Bold Republicans who will be attended by a 'band. At least there will be no lack of music In the parade. One of the features of the gold Re publican oarade tonight will be a large float called the car of liberty . with forty-five young ladies dressed in white, each (representing a state. W. G. Al'benburgh, the photographer, ' yesterday sold his gallery and stock to a gentleman mamea Abe uaviis, wno will hereafter take the "snap shots' at the sweet babies and grinning school children. A party named Burt Ross was brought over from Tempe Tuesday night to serve a ten days' sentence in he county Jail for using vulgar Ian- guage in the presence of women and children. A party who came down from Con gress a couple of days ago said that a careful canvass had been made of that place and only four men were lound who declared for McKinley and the gold standard. F. A. Hough of .the Temp creamery last night shipped ' another carload of cheese to Los Angeles. This is the second shipment made from the valley and Mr. Hough will continue loading the product on the California market. At this ' time .last year .the festive hobo was making himself too numer ous dn Phoenix, but somehow or other he is not found here this year. It is probably due to the reputation Phoenix enjoys among the gentlemen of the road as a tough place for the hobo. A fireman named Moreno, who is member of the Yucatec Hose company (had an, artery of his hand badly cut at the fire yesterday morning., He was breaking in a window pane and the glass cut his hand., He lost good deal of blood before the wounds could ibe dressed. Constable Portenie yesterday made a capture of some importance. While searching for a thief he found a Mex ican named Jose Montoya, who is wanted on a charge of an assault to commit murder on a man about a year ago. Montoya was released from jail last July through mistake and since then he has not been seen, lobe will soon have an electric light plant. A man 4s now in Denver for the purpose of purchasing a com plete plant. If the Old Dominion holds out and the price of copper keeps up Globe will soon be a large and flour lsMng;City. 3 - " Don Rwardo JCOstella; leading man of the Phoenix Park Theater com pany, was married last night to Miss Frances - Fields, 'leading lady of the same company. This Is an occurrence that was not down on the bills and mow instead of a stage interpretation of married life the worthy young cou ple will assume the responsibilities of the wedded state in actual life. The Phoenix Oyster Parlor is a new institution that will 'be opened to the public today on North Center street next door to Melczer's liquor store. The parlors are fixed up most hand somely with curtains, f urniture, etc. Oysitiers will be served in California style, on the half shell, and as no oys ters have ever been served here in that style 'before there is mo doubt but that the place will do a good business tins winter. The Flagstaff Democrat says that Miss Marie Anita Yaeger 'gave a very entertaining recital ait Babbitt's opera house last Monday evening. She ap peared in a number of excellent read ings and her recitations of "Prior to Mies Bell's Appearance," "Rose of the (Mill" and "little Qrphamt Annie" were especially good, as were also "At the 'Phone and Thie Raggedy Man. Quite a representative audience greeted her and it was the expression of all present that her return to Flagstaff would .be warmly welcomed. The creditors of the Agua Fria Con struction company, or at least those holding judgments against the con cern, can afford' to smile indulgently. Yesterday the attorneys of the com pany received ifrom the east a large sum of money with which to pay the judgments held by Toohey & George, the contractors., The time for re demption would have expired October 4. Tina payments made yesterday amounted to about $25,000. The com pany will now have a new start and no doubt will push the work to comple tion. -.-. A. Redewill, who returned a couple of days ago from a trap through south ern Arizona, says that everywhere he went there is great enthusiasm mani fested for free silver. It is not only confined to the Democrats and Popu lists, he said, but eight out of ten Republicans are for the free and un limited coinage of silver at the present ratio., and they dep'jore .the aoion of the Republican territorial convention in declaring for the St Louis plat form. There is no more ardent free silver exponent in Arizona than Mr. Redewill, but he is a conservative man and would not make an assertion of the kind if it was not so. , -. It was reported at the (Sheriff's office yesterday afternoon that the residence of Newton House .near Williscraft's foundry had been entered and robbed. A couple of officers immediately went to the scene. The only person ait home at the time of the robbery was a little girl about 6 years of age. She told the officers that about noon a drunken Mexican walked into the house and struck her with a stone. He then opened a trunk and took therefrom a purse containing S50 in money. As the little girl showed no signs of hav ing been struck by a stone that part of her story was discredited. A few seconds after leaving the house one of the officers saw a Mexican -sneaking irom some hushes. - He was placed under arrest and brought before the girl, who said he was not the person. An alarm of fire was turned in yes terday morning about 1 o'clock. The blaze was in the 'grocery store and sa loon on Jackson street owner! hv S. tHonofrio. (Despite the lateness of the hour the ifire department responded promptly and ait was but a very few minutes after the alarm was sounded that the boys had the fire mader con trol, although the fire had gained con siderable headway before it was dis covered. The grocery department was entirely gutted, the loss to the stock being about $1,500, and $500 on the building. The stock was covered bv an insurance of $1,000, and $600 on the DUilding. There as something peculiar in connection with the fire, as no one seems to know how St started and t,her is a strong suspicion that it was of in cendiary origin. It was only the night Deiore mat nine store was entered by thieves and several dollars' worth of goons stolen. PERSONAL MENTION. Jottings About individuals andThelr Actions. L. W. Scott and wife of Los Angeles are im rinoenix. Judge Pope of Los Angeles arrived m this city yesterday morning. Mrs. C. ' Hatch and daughter left Tuesday evening for Los Angeles. Dr. and Mm Scroggs of Tempe have returned from their trip to the moun tains. Ben Goldman has returned from Tempe, where he went with a train load of cattle. Mrs. H. B. St Claire returned yes- iteruay imorning mom fler summer s outing in Los Angeles. J. M. Vaughn, who for the past year nas Deem visiting m Lockwood, Mo. mas returned to Phoenix. U. S. District Attorney Eliinwood came in yesterday from Tucson and will leave tonight for Flagstaff. iDr. John L. Gregg of Tempe is said to be in a very critical condition as the result of a stroke of paralysis. H. E. Kemp and family returned yesterday from California, where Mrs. Kemp has bean stopping all summer. Professor Tourney of the territorial university at Tucson passed through Phoenix yesterday morning for 'the north. ' ' ' ' ''' V Lawrence Lovell, clerk in the office ofisWells, Fargo & Co., left .last night for Ban Francisco on a couple of weeks' vacation. C R. Hakes and A D. Harmon of Mesa Oity left Tuesuay evening over the M. & P. for Salt Lake City to at tend tihe, Mormon- conference. Hem. Marcus Smith passed through Phoenix" yesterday morning for Mo have county, where he will address the people on the questions of the day. Mrs. Mary E. Partridge, most worthy grand master of the Order of Eastern Star of tihe United States, is in the oity on a tour of inspection of Eastern Star chapters of the United States. She will leave in a couple of days for Prescobt Los Angeles Herald: , Miss Allen, unite prominent in musical and social circles in Phoemix, and who is visiting relatives in Pasadena, was in .the city yesterday. Miss Allen is a composer and the Orpheum orchestra will prob ably give one of her compositions. FOOTPADS AGAIN. Ross More Releived of His Watch and Money. Phoenix seems to be enjoying an epi demic of robbery, for during .the past week no less than four oases have been reported. The latest is a case of holdup and the victim was Ross More. More was walking across tne court house plaza late Tuesday night when he was accosted by two persons, one a Mexican and his companiion a white m an. They seemed to 'be acq uai nted with Ross and told him that they hod a wagon and team hatched near the electric light works and if he would come and take a look at the outfit and try to sell it they would pay him a liberal commission. He assented to the proposition and the two started off. towards where the tieam was supposed to be. Ross was entirely unsuspecting, but when cross ing a lot near the iNatiiotnal steam laundry he knew something was amiss, for one of his companions grabbed 'him toy the throat with the unpleasant remark that to make an outcry would mean a suddeni exit from this world. He heeded the warning and while one caressingly choked him the re maining accommodating . person ex plored Ross' pockets. His watch and chain were taken and a matter of $11 was not overlooked. ' ' After the formula of investigating his pockets, the pressure on his throat was 'celeased. The Mexican said "Adios, senor," and the white man "Ta, ta, my honey," and off they went SEEDMEN KICK, They Object to the Free Distribution of Seed by the Government Great interest is being manifested by all the ibig seed dealers in the coumitry In the action brought by D. M, Ferry & Co. of Detroit to restrain! the secre tary of agriculture from executing the act tof congress to the free distribution of seeds.. In its application for an in junction the firm states that if the act is carried out it will lose the sale of 5,000,000 (packages of seeds and its business will be damaged to the amount of $20,000. , Jesse E. Norahrup of the seed firm of Northrup, King & Co... says that the Ferry concern will undoubtedly lose as much as represented and that other firms will suffer extensively if the plan carried out. The government in tends to distribute 25,000,000 packages of seeds and this will cut into the bus iness of ithe seed firms very extensively, "The original intention in the dis tribution of seeds, says Mr. Nonthrup, "was to supply the farmers seeds of new vegetables solely tor experi mental purposes, or to introduce f rom foreign lands vegetables that mil prove successf ul in this country. The object was a commendable one and no doubt much good was accomplished, From a blessing, the work has been so extended that it has become an evil, The agricultural department has de parted from its original plans and has 'Tis Pretty, 'Tis True, All sizes and Widths in this Twentieth Century Shoe DARK TAN, THK PRICE, !3 507. H. I. M Shoe Co encroached to a great extent upon the business of tihe firms dealing in seeds and greatly to their detriment. FORETOLD HER. OWN DEATH. The ; Strange : Premonition Child, ,: A peculiar story of intuitive percep tion of approaching death comes from Selma, Ala. One evening of this week Oora Wlngate, a child 10 years old, told her mother and friends that she had but one night more to live and gave directions for . her burial. - The girl had been indisposed for several days, but did not appear to have been seri ously ill. Cora's mother took the child to sleep with her that night At 4 o'clock .the following morning the mother, made anxious, no doubt, by her daughter's strange declaration, awoke, but found her to be sleeping soundly. An hour later the mother awoke again and found the child dead, FOR RENT. A family residence of five large rooms to a first-class neighborhood on car line and only five blocks from cen ter of the city. Plenty of shade-and 'grassjOall at the southwest corner of Fifth and Washington streets. "I was afflicted with blood poison for two years. After using several differ ent preparations I concluded to try Hood's .Sarsaparilla, and after taking three bottles the symptoms of blood poisoning disappeared, EUGENE. P; A. LARR'IRD, Fairbank, Ariz." Hood's Pills are the .best family eathar-1 tis. x - - Very lilttle is being attempted inthe territory uu the way of bringing kinder garten ideas and methods to children and teachers. But Arizona will not be far 'behind her sister states in intro ducing the kindergarten into her public school system. Young women, why not begin now to prepare for such a step by taking a thorough course in kinder garten and primary methods? Patronize home industry and get one of Smith's $25 suits. Elegant line of goods just arrived.r ' BLUE FRONT o-r- n r- oens at O I vnu Costfor30 DAYS ONLY All kinds of Men's Shops and Oxford Ties. Ladies' Shoes and Oxfoid Ties. Children's Shoes and Slippers. All piece ?oods, laces and embroi dery, corsets, corset covers, Wrap- Sers and warsts Gents' hats, La ies' and Children's hats both trimmed and nntrimmed, of all kinds, so at a sacrifice. Gents' and Ladies' Underclothing. Ladies' and (rents' Gloves and Mits. All colors silk ribbons, umbrella?. overshoes, snawls, searfs, bed spreads and lace curtains. . Many different kinds of sroods too nnmerons to mention go at cost Come and See. BLUE FRONT STORE, Corner Center and Adams St., ad joining Donofrio's Old Stand. local brevities: Caramels, chewing peppermints and cream taffy made daily at DeMers. Best cup of coffee at f,Coftee Al's.' For Rent Beautiful orange grove, imple- House, furnished, stock and HEATING STOVES Don't wait until cold weather before having them attended to. 1). I I. KT7RTIS, 27-29 E. Washington St: !iBtt always" mmm DRY GOODS PD FURNISHINGS 18 and 20 North First Fleming .Block, Just the place for a winter Inquire P. O. Box 644. i. home. Don't suffer. Get a bottle of our prickly . heat killer. Price, 25 cents. The Phoenix Drug Co., 15 iW. "Wash ington. , . Blacksmith and Wagon Shop GRAF, Proprietor. H' AVING erected a new shop on North Center St. , opposite the school house for the dutdobb of carryiiie on the BLACKSMITHING BUSINKB8 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 large assortment ot iron, steel and wagon material constantly on hand, Experienced workmen. Repairing; Done With lispatch OPERA HOUSED now open and offers to the pnblic the best the market affords. Regular meals are served as follows: . . , BREAKFAST...-. -- 6 to 8 a. m. LUNCHEON ...11:30 to 2 p. m. DINNER. ........ . ..i.....5 to 7 p. m. , Short orders served at all hours. The best of service and reasonable rates. The Richards Co. Golden Rule j RESTAURANT. ' Situate! in the old Gazette building, " Cor. Center and Jefferson Pta. THE BEST 15c MEAL v I.M TMC cfY, : Otvo- Uso Trial. - . thk mmm corral On First Avenue Between -Adams nnd Atonroe Sts, Best of care given to stock left 'in our charge at moderate prices. Plenty of room for wagons and outfits. - - Frank Murphy, Prop. MEAT! RARE, JUICY, TENDER H S and SWEET. -8 call on A. TOVREA, I 24 W. IASHINGT08 ST. E. 7i ft CROQUET ......SETS! Special Bargains for the next SO days. ments. tm t MEAT j REPAIRED BLACKED PUT UP Ave. Telephone 154. Phoenix, Arizona.