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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN:' SATURDAY TM0RNING, OCTOBER 24, 1896.
5 UALiIruttlA trttAra ana rjiiuniva, EASl'EKi AffLSS, BLiiOKaKHKIKd, CKLEKV, CAPE UOD 0RANHRR1K3, aSPaRAUUS. GRESN PEaS, WAX, LiMA.aud SiRINii'tiEANS. Leading Brands Fresji Oysters iuifmlk and cansj"- Largest and Best Atsortment of QUAIL, SPRING CH1CKES8, UUCKsaud TURKEYS. t G. 8. BUTTON & CO. Dealers iu Good Things to Eat. WEATHER REPORT. n. 8. Department op Agriculture, WEATHER BURSA Paosstx, October 23. 1896. iS96. ) Barom. pres. (Md. to i-e level) in. Actual temperAt'ire . Sensible temi-oratura Relative huinUHy Direction oi wind Velocity of wind 6 a. m o p. H 9 811 29.819 53 0 68 .0 55.0 88.8 97 57 SW VV 3 a M s ci'dy F.cly Forecast tor today, showers followed by clearing weather. Buhner Hackett, Observer. CITY AND COUNTY IN BRIEF. Small Paragraphs of General Interest' The News of a Day In Pbeenlxand Its Tributary Region Presented In a Nutsnell-Doings of People and Other Matters. in .this city, yesterday flled suit against Mrs. Leo to compel 'her to issue a promissory note if or $400 in. accord ance with, the terms of the dissolution of partnership. The plaintiff alleges that the defendant forced him to sell by 'making threats to kill him. In the yard hack of the headquarters ofthe Democratdc central committee is a grass plot liinat looks very much like the resting place of some departed mortal. Some wag was struck with the graveMke aspect and placed at its head a placard which hears the in scription, "Sacred to the Memory of Mark Smith, Who Died of Political BTever. Requiescalt en pace." The "Women's Christian Temperance Union will hold the first meeting of the year next Friday in the -Christian church. Arrangements will be com pleted at the meelaing for the opening of a free reading room, corner of Cen ter and Monroe streets. The society has long had in contemplation such a move, and it is one that as meeting with popular favor. It is something thalt has long been needed and will be appreciated by many who have no place to go to pass away the time. PERSONAL MENTION. Two carloads of calttle were shipped to Los Angeles tast-hight over the S. F., P. & P. - . , Dr. J. M. Evans addressed a most enthusiastic audience .Thursday night at Casa Grande. He will address the citizens of Florence tonight.. General At S. Sampson addressed a large meeting't! Holbroeta Thursday nighlL He made telling and unanswer able arguments. The Republicans held a meeting at Orme last - might. The farmers for miles around attended and" heartily ap plauded each speaker. Bdth east and westbound trains on the Southern Pacific were several (hours late yesterday owing to the " heavy trains and a washout west of Maricopa. A. J. Doran and Col. Zabriskie of Tucson addressed, the 'people of Bisbee last night. .The Republican speakers are meeting with great success which augurs well for the tickett. ' i The heavy rains of the.past two days have caused the Salt and Gila rivers to rise about two feefcj tout 'not suffi- elenlt to interfere with the repair work ' being done on th& railroad 'bridge cross ing the Gila.' -..( The Republicans will hold a meeting tonight at 7:30 o'clock at" the .head Quarters on Center street. - The candi dates will address the meeting. The nominees have 'been addressing meet ings almost nightly if or several days and have made many votes.. Secretary Dalton of the Maricopa club reports that the membership of . the club is growing irapidly. Within the past few days eleven new names were proposed for membership and several others wall join alt the next meeting of the board of directors. . Professor White, the music teacher, and his class last night gave a pleasant musicale at the Lamson business col lege. An invitation! was extended to the public and a large crowd attended. The programme was an excellent one and showed the skill acquired by the pupils. 1A. party of young people numbering about twenty, 'Will hold a picnic to morrow on the Gila reservation, pro vided high water does not deter them from crossing the river. In thalt case the picnic grounds will 'be the famous Echo canyon, fifteen miles northeast of Phoenix. Alfalfa seed seems to be in demand. Last evening A. Redewlll of this city received a dispatch from C. Ramiraz & (Jo., oi Nogaies, asking where they could get a ton" of the seed. Here is a chance for somebody who may have a surplus on hand. Some of the apostles of Bryanism are very intense in their arguments held daily on the curbstone. Yesterday one of the elucddators of the 'beauties of free coinage of silver was overheard to exclaim: VTd just as soon take my shotgun and kill every goldbug in Phoenix as (to kill rattlesnakes." Secretary W. H. Baraies of the ter ritorial Republican central commiitee received word from Tucson that Col. Thomas Fitoh had gone to Los An geles to speak in place of Thomas B. Reed, who is very ill. Mr. Fitch was engaged to speak at Yuma tonight. but the engagement could not be kept. The Dramatic Order Knights of Kharissan journeyed across the des ert last night to the oasis of Phoenix, having captured several pilgrims, who were forced to join the order. After riding the camel the new candidates and the knights salt down to a sumptu ous repast, washed down with spark ling Rhine water. Samuel Slade, erstwhile partner of Mrs. Mary Lee in the hotel business John MeNanghton departed for Flag staff last evening. Charles Lanham and wife of Los An geles arrived here yesterday. William. Cox, one of the most widely known traveling men on the road, is in Phoenix. E. S. Abbot, who has been stopping an the city for several weeks, departed Thursday evening for Philadelphia. William Searle arrived yesterday from St, Louis. He will stay here an indefinite period for the benefit of his health. Rev. S3.. C. Chapman of Los Angeles, who resided in this city seven years ago, arrived yesterday to attend the conference of the 3VI. E. church south. Mrs. C D. Arms, Misses Coralyn, Olive and K. Arms of Youngs- town, Ohio, arrived in the city yester day evening and are quartered at the Ford hotel. iW. T. Blytfhe, the weather observer appointed to take the place made va cant toy the death of Arthur White, is expected ko arrive here in the early part of next week. H. M. Blackmere, general attorney for the Colorado Midland Railway com pany, who has been visiting Phoenix for several days, depar'ied yesterday for Prescott. He will return shortly and spend several weeks here. PUT OFF A TRAIN. C. -Goodwin of Tempe to Sue the Maricopa & Phoenix Road. J. C. Goodwin of Tempe claims to have cause for action against' the M. & P. railroad and Willi file a suit against thai company. Last Tuesday ne purchased a round trip ticket at Tempe to attend the Democratic rally (held here on that nighu. (The ticket was void after the date for which issued. He did not return with the rest of the Tempe con tingent after 'the speaking, tout laid over until the next evening. He pre sented to iihe conductor the ticket he bought the previous evening, but it was refused on the ground that it was void. Mr. Goodwin argued with the con ductor, who demanded fare, which not being forthcoming, stopped the train and ordered Goodwin off., The lafeter left the train and stepped back into the coach again with the remark that he had .been' put off, 'but would pay his fare, which he did and rode into Tempe. Goodwin claims that the special train left, here after midnight, and if his ticket was void on the 20th the tickets of the other passengers were also void. The railroad company on its side will say that the train left before mid night for Tempe, but that if Mr. Good win had taken the train the next morning the ticket would have been honored. BASEBALL GOSSIP. THE BULL DIDN'T BLUFF. JaveYou npta residence. Arizona Commission Co., 242 West Washington street. The third edition of the McKinley number -of the Los Angeles Times is now on sale at Rinehant's news stand. Here is a partial list of the contents: Rise of the Republican Party, History of the St. Louis Convention, Pedigree of the Goldbug, McKinley's Regiment, McKinley's Grand Record, McKinley's Patriotic Words. Prepare for cold weather and buy your winter underwear at Alkire's. If you want anything fa the candy line call on DeMers. He has moved into more commodious quarters on Washington street, No. 114 West. Patronize home industry ana get one ot Smith's $25 suits. Elegant line of goods Just arrived. Adventure in Missouri of Harry Brown of This City. The Clay Center (Mo.) Times, con tains the following account of a mis hap that ibefeil J. Harry Brown, the young Phoenix cyclist, who left herej several months ago on a tour of the states awheel: "Harry Brown wanted to take a snap shot at Walter Peckham's bull. He wanted the bull to 'be angry and cross looking. Walter told the boy he had no earthly objedilion to the photo graph, bub that the hull was a vicious beast, which he ds, and at the best he had 'better 'be satisfied with a passive picture. But Harry had been a cow puncher out west and in his opinion fche bull was not cross, only a bluffer. So one day he took his camera under his arm and went out to stir up the animals. He aggravated the bull some way and then the bull took a turn and aggravated Harry. He rolled the young man around considerably, tossed him m the air a couple of 'times, ttwe his clothes and had it not been for Peck- ham, who heard the battle and rushed to the scene, it might have been a case of done Brown. The tall had 'been -dehorned also, which was another point in the ambitious photographer's iavor. First Baseman Ganzel of Newcastle has received offers to play with Mil waukee and 'Columbus next season. Collins of the Bostons Is one of the best educated ball players in the coun try. The young man is an ornament 'to the profession. His behavior, both on and off the field, is a model of pro priety. Foutz has been with the Brooklyn club since 1887, and was .bought from St. Louis along with Caruthers and Bushong. It cost the Brooklyn club $19,250 to secure these men, the price of Foutz s release alone being $6,500, It is mil altogether improbable, and a coincidence, too, that Dave may now go back to St. Louis and manage Von oer Ane s team.- While the Pittsburg club's barn stormers were in Zanesville some of the players made quite a show of them selves. Stenzel; Lyons and Horbon stailted out to have a time in company with some of the Zanesville sporting fraternity, and the three players 'be came so gay that they were lacked up It cost the men $50. President Rogers of the Philadelphia club says thalt it cost $93,000 to run his club- this season. The men on the team received the limit $2,400 and $12,000 was spent'in experimenting in new material Out of all this the club secured two new men Hulen, who was an indifferent success at short. and La Jole, who seemed -to be a won der ali first. Every lady in Phoenix should get one of those nice pictures' the Phoenix Stationery and News company are giv ing away this week with each $1 pur chase. For Rent Rooms for offices and light housekeeping. Mahoney build ing, 124 West Washington street Stoves set up and iblacked at your residence. Arizona Commission Co., 242 West Washington street. Duming this wet spell Alkire's are making a special cut on ladies , chil- drens and 'gents overshoes. Bear in mind that this is fine weather for wet feet and that welt feet often bring on pneumonia. Our overshoes will pre vent even the slightest dampness from reaching the 4est. An ounce of pre vention, etc., and remember we are offering these goods at a special price. Ladies should prepare for the change in the iweather (by 'buying one of those handsome wraps at Alkire's. These garments wear well, look well and will keep you well if you get one in time. Don't put it off until tomorrow, but come today. Iwe are anxious to see every Phoenix lady wearing one of our wraps and wilJh that end in view have marked .them away down. You can get wrapped cheaper at Alkire's than at any oaher store in the city. Umbrellas! Umbrellas! Special sale of ladies umbrellas, paragon frame, nat ural handle, only 85 cents: worth oouDie the price asked. Alkire Co. HEAVY BUSINESS. Santa Fe Railroad Handling Consid enable Wheat land Stock. Owing to the fact that fche drought this summer damaged to a considerable extent the wheat crop of the country, and that the Mexican government has removed Che duty on grain for a period of several months, Kansas grain is now on the move into Mexico. On ac count of the direct line, the Santa Fe is handling the greater part of this grain, and tlbiat road expects to ship over 1,000 cars into lihe country within the next two months. The shipment of Kansas grain into Mexico this year though much heavier than usual, will not 'be as large as three years ago, when the drought was far more ex tensive. Fully 10,000 cars of grain were snipped into Mexico thalt year. .Besides a good grain business to 'Galveston and the east, all western roads are at present doing a heavy live stock business from Texas, Oklahoma Arizona and New Mexico into the east era markets. (So great Is the com bined freight business in livestock and grain that the car service departments of the roads are just now kept extreme ly busy supplying cars to the required territory. So far the supply of cars Has i-miy equaled me demand, and it ks piuua.uie mm tnere win ne no marked scarcity of cars. fceveral hundred cars of cattle have been shipped eastward from the Sal itiver vauey and points along the S, t, p. & p. railroad. In addition to the cattle movement hundreds of sheep are now foeine shipped from New Mexico and Colorado to winter quarters in Nebraska, LOCAL BREVITIES. DeMers, the candy man. has moved into 'his new store on Washington street near :f jrst avenue, 'No. 114. West The Ideal Millinery Parlors. Adams street, near Center. Best cup of coffee at "Coffee Al's." MILLINERY OPENING. At 309 West Washington street, on Saturday, October 24. An Invitation is extended to all !to inspect our stock. iStoves set up and blacked alt your Our trimmed and pattern hats? All the latest styles. We carry nothing but High Grade Millinery. STOVER & PITCHER, i: Gooding Building, Opposite Adams Hotel. pany kindly gave way to the rehearsal and performance of the Olympics. Notwithstanding ithe fadt that they have played several nights in succes sion, tmey present a new programme , every evening.. Humor and wit, inter spersed iwith good sanging and 'clever acrobatic performances, are ever ready - ana continue to deiigihtt the audiences. FOR SALE! Lot 89, Orchard 4Q7C Grove Addition, p Lots 21 and23. Block N, aQnn University Addition, OUU Lot-23 and 24, Block 51,. Qnn : Capitol Addition, OUU These corners are offered cbean and mnat Ka sold at once. Inquire of . J. A: KURTZ, S10 FLEMING BLOCK. The Metropolitan, No. 396 North First avenue, nortnoi vanriaren street, has changed hands and is prepared to give hoard and lodging Mrs. A. P. McKern, Prop. Alkire's are selling underwear much below all other stores. Call and see their low prices. LOST. One red and white cow, brass tips on horns. Kindly leave word at the Ir vine company. For Rent Front window and twenty feet of space at 114 West Washington street. The Abstract Co., R. L. Long, man ager. Oldest office in Arizona, Prop erty system, lists of property owned by individuals furnished. Office 211 Flem ing building. EVERY MAN. Every man who haa pai d money to a National bank in the past two years as interest can make money by calling on A. J. Daggs, attorney at law, Room 4 Lewis bualding. NOTICE. Tj meet new conditions of trade, E, F. Kellner's store will adopt a "strictly cash basis from November 1, 1896, Goods will 'be sold at such reduced prices as to defy all competition and give our patrons a large saving in prices on our goods. E. F. Kellner's Store. THE FUEy RESUMED Facta About the Vivian Company. De Monto Fresno Republican!: The Vivian de Momtio company again entertained a large audience at the Barton last night Its mirth provoking features were as much in evidence as ever. On Satur day atternooni and evening the com METROPOLITAN. FOR SALE! The Palace Restaurant At No 16 Kait Washington street. Will sell cheap to bnver llviue in this cUt. Good paying business. Call at restaurant. HISS EDITH EMILY COWDEN, B. M. Graduate of the Conservatory r-f Music of the Pacific, San Jofe. Cal , is prepared to give the regular Conservatory course of artistic piano-fort laying Terras, $1 per lesson. Call on or ad- re8S 332 N. FIFTH ST. 1 MEAT! MEAT! MEAT! i E. RARE, JUICY. TENDER AND SWEET. call on A TOVREA, . WASHINGTON ST. ' CROQUET ......SETS! Special Bargains for the next 0 days. II 1 and BATH BOOMS Opporlt the Op.'ra H'nse, 19 t. Center Bt FRANk. SHIRLEY", Prop. Chllaren'l nair cntting a gpe. cialty w HEATING STOVES REPAIRED BLACKED 'Tis Pretty, Tis True, All sizes and Widths in this Twentieth Century Shoa D A R K"t A N , TWtt PRI V, 350.V. Don't wait until cold weather before having them attended to. PUT UP 13. H. BTJRTIS, . 27-29 E. Washington St. 1 1 ill Shoe Co. THE BEST ALWAYS DRY GDQDS fP FURNISHINGS IB and 20 North First Ave. .Fleming Block, - - - - Telephone 154. Phoenix, Arizona.