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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN : THUKsftvY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1896.
8 Barnes, Mr. E. Dunn, Professor White , the elevation of grade line at all and Mr. Andrews.. I street, avenue and alley intersections; Humaniphone, Herr Augenmunds-1 also the sidewalk elevation at prop timme; accompanists, Mrs. Walter erty corners where streets, avenues Highest of all in Leavening Strength. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. THE OLDEST Bennett, Miss Talbot, Mrs. E. B. Ford and alleys intersect. The grade is uni and Professor White. form from any one street, avenue, or ABSOLUTELY PURE Powder DOOMED FOR DEBT. By Judge Baker's Decision the Vulture Mine Will Be Sold. NTJOGiETB OF -TERRITORIAL. NEWS. ! States, according to the estimate given by the official bulletin of the National i Speaking of the profits of the fruit Wool Growers' association. The total j industaiy in .this country ireminds the product of the country this year, as : M-esa Free Press that on he Mesa is j estimated, is 272,474,708 or 115,284,570 an illustration of what may be done in this direction. The Spragg and Vernon forty-acre orchard, Just west of town, 1 has a five-acre plat of peach trees that this year 'bear itiheir .first regular crop and yt hey average fifty pounds to the tree.. The ifiruit has been sold in the orchard for 1 cent a pound. This gives $1.60 per itree or $0.62 per acre of 108 trees. If there lis another industry in ithe country that will make a better showing we would like it know wihat it is. The Prescott football team has been revived. i The Border Vidette has the following report of foull fight at Nogales last Sunday: "Quite a large crowd collect ed at ithe "Plaza de Toros, 'Sunday af ternoon to witness the bull fight, which it is said was by far the best of any of the series tihus far. Every one of the toreros' elicited rouoids of applause from tihe audience. It was 'Ramditos' turn itt kill the bull and toe did it in. the latest and most approved . fashion. 'Ohaltillo, and 'Aragones' also han dled themselves to the extreme delight of the audience.The entertainment next Sunday will be for rtihe benefit of Fro ilam Peres, 'iQhatillo,' and there is mo doubt but there will be a large crowd on account of 'tihe excellence of yester day's sports." At the new tqwn of Rollin two and one-ihalf miles south of Crittenden tihirty men are at work on the new smelter which is already well under way. A fine new store Unas been erect ed and Is well stocked with a fine line of general merchandise. The board-' ing house is also completed. Several new nouses are already up and others are in process of erection. There is a movement on food for itlhe erection of a copper plaint for the smelting of cop per ore. i tine mignx neiegrapn omce at ash Fork was reopened Monday night with H. Li. earing as operator. . ' J. Wilber Thurber, manager of the Flagstaff and Grand canyon stage line, says that the season just closed has been the most prosperous one in the history of travel to the great natural wonder. Early in the season the indi cations were quite discouraging, but during the late summer and autumn months there was unprecedented ac tivity in his line. The number of vis itors to the canyon increases with the years. Ralph H. Cameron, re-elected to his second term as sheriff of Coconino county, is . regarded as one of the shrewdest campaigners in the terri tory, but his friends are quietly josh ing him over an election day episode . that forcibly illustrates the uncertain ties of political life. Hay Lake is an out-of-the-world precinct that registeres about fifteen votes. ana Kaipn, determining to cap ture all of them upon election day sent three men out from Flagstaff to electioneer for him. . Though these three friends were all obliged to vote at Hay Lake precinct, Sheriff Cam eron received only one ballot out of the whole business, the precinct going solidly for Cornish. The vote of one of the electioneers was thrown out be . cause of irregularity and one of them favored Cameron's opponent unwit tingly. Cameron received .i an 'over whelming majority from the total re sult, however, and he is not grieving over the loss of Hay Lake, The people of Williams are hopeful that the Saginaw Lumber company will -rebuild at that place. The loss of the plant by fire several months ago was a severe blow to the town. The Odd Fellows of Jerome .have been granted a dispensation to or ganize a lodge. Arizona ranks twelfth in the produc tion of unwashed wool in the United Judge Baker yesterday decided foi the defendants in the case of Thomas E. Wiswejl vs. the Tabor Mining and Milling company. The action taken yesterday was the issuance of an order dissolving an order enjoining the sale of the Vulture mine under the terms of a trust deed. The mine is heavily encumbered and an effort is now being made to foreclose. Senator Tabor deeded the mine in 1893 to the Tabor Mining and Milling company. The new owners assumed The new limited trains over the A. & amon otner obligations the payment t i-ooinriv Th:of notes owed by Mr. Tabor to a first train left Chicago last Wednesday. Springfield, 111., hank, to a Madison t j uau& aiiu w ouDcyu Hi, xvciiicj , jt icu- trti fri..rv Bnrp-pnn ! ver, the amount aggregating $23,000. has announced the total extinction of The company subsequently deeded the the swine plague in Arizona and has lu Muau u..c,. xuB raised the quarantine from the last!deed was one of trust to -cure the lj .aiiiouuioweuoninenoi.es. me terms ui Lilts uecu were uui uvuiymru wiui scoured, pounds. Arizona yielding 2,176,272 Prescott talks of the establishment and the mine will be accordingly sold of a public reading room. ' Professor F. J. Netherton was ad mitted to the bar at the recent term of the district court at Yuma. St Johns has the measles and has the pesky, disease bad, there being seventy cases under the care of the doctors. for the debt. DESPERATE FROM DISEASE. Wealthy Minnesota Lumberman ( sorts to the Pistol. Re- OF INTERjEOT TO MINERS. MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Nov. 11 Captain Albert S. Merriam, a wealthy lumberman, walked into the Commer cial club at noon today, entered a small card room and shot himself through the head. Death was instan taneous. Merriam had been a victim The knowledge of the effect upon nf ervollR AVSrms,ia a recentiv snf. gold of the presence of other minerals ! fered mucht whlch probabiy caused his is one of ibhe most important items to' rasn ac tihe miner and prospector, as it enables them ito determine with reasonable accuracy tihe condition of their product, and to approximate the cost of treat ment after an. assay has shown the com ponent parte of ibhe ore. Antimony, arsenic, lead, sulphur, tellurium and zinc render ithe gold brittle and unfit for Tolling, even when present in so small a quantity as one two-thousandth! part. Zinc in large quantities is said to produce a very ductile alloy. The new shaft at Pearce, sunk about 500 feet from the Bonanza mine of the company, is now down 100 feet and is Showing up equally well with the original shaft, thus showing that the entire length of the Immense ledge of this property goes down and as depth is attained becomes richer, proving indeed ttiat the property is a wonder and astonishing the mining world. -., Tihe Gladiator mill in tihe Bradshaw mountains was started up a few days ago. The Crowned King mill is again dropping its stamps day and night, and a steady stream of gold is pour ing forth from lit. John Luke brought 'in a bar of silver bullion to Prescott weighing .100 pounds from the Luke mine in the Bradshaw mountains. The ore was worked in the old Tiger mill and the !bar repre- (sented Jufcst) oneftibird of the ytobal amount of bullion cleaned tip, as the otter two owners in the mine shippped their share of ithe bulUon. to Phoenix. Mr... Lake also received a carload of ore (from his mime for shipment. He is now shipping all his ore via Pres cott and purchases his supplies there The mine continues to pay handsome profits. AND THE BEST otroot QvoniiA nv nllfvtr plfvntmn nnrth i or south, east or west. The sidewalk grade is uniform from any one prop- j prrv rnrnpr Alpvatinn tn the npYt. nfin.r- ! est property corner elevation, north or i throat and lungs is Ayer,s Cnerry suuwi, caoL ui nrai wn.mu eo-u mum. IWfnrnl As an emern-on morli Tho oirwaiir o-mriA on thp north sin -Fedorai. As an emergency medi- -o Cough-cure, the most prompt and effective remedy for diseases of the of East Van Buren is hereby declared to have an elevation 8-100 of a foot lower than the sidewalk grade at the property line on the south side of said Van Buren street, but the elevations are not shown on said plat. Sec. 4. All elevations shown upon said plat are hereby declared to be the elevation of grade line at the point designated on said plat above the pres ent existing or datum plane of the City of Phoenix established by ' ordinance 166. Sec. S. All sidewalks shall have a slope of 15-1000 of a foot per foot of dis tance on a line right angled to the property line and toward the center line of the street, avenue -or alley. Sec. 6.. All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict with this ordi nance are hereby repealed. Sec. 7. This ordinance to take ef fect and be in force from and after its passage and publication as required by law. Passed by the Common Council this 5th day of November, 189ft Approved this 5th day of November, 1896. J. D. MONIHON, Attest: Mayor. T. A." JOBS, City Recorder. First published in The Arizona Re publican, official city paper, November 12, 1896. cine, for the cure of" Croup, Sore Throat, Lung Fever and Whooping Cough, AYER'S Cherry Pectoral cannot be equaled E. M. Beawlet, D. D., Dis. -Sec. of the American Bap-" tist Publishing Society, Petersburg, Va., endorses it, as a cure for violent colds, bronchitis, etc. Dr. Brawley also adds: To all ministers suffering' from throat troubles, I recommend. AYER'S Cherry Pectoral Awarded Medal at World's Fair. AYER'S PILLS Cure Liter and Stomach Troubles; THE ALABAMA LEGISLATURE. MONTGOMERY, Ala., Nov. 11. The Alabama legislature organized today. The Democrats in the house number seventy-six and the Populists twenty four. In the senate' there are twenty four Democrats and nine Populists. The first caucus for the nomination of United States senator may be held to morrow night. Balloting for United States senator must begin in open ses sion on the 24th inst. PAY DP AND LOOK PLEASANT. WE HAVE ! Hats OR ! Suitsof Clothes i 1 That Will Please the WINNER. GREENE, THE HAXTEK, Fleming Block. RUDYARD KIPLING'S STORIES. !Rudyard Kipling took a great fancy to little Miss Dorothy Drew, the favor ite grandchild of Mi Gladstone, and endeavored to win her friendship by telling (her stories.; After some Wane Mrs. Drew, fearing Mr. Kipling mighit be tired, called to her and said: Now, Dorottlhy, J hope you have been good and not wearying Mr. Kipling." "Oh, no, mother, not a bit, replied the child, adding with a sigh, "but you've no idea how Mr. Kipling has been wearying me. MARODOOiBA' & PHOENIX & SALT RIVER ViALLEY R. R. CO. Through car service via Maricopa. Through tourist sleepers for the east pass Maricopa as follows: Sundays, to Cincinnati via New Orleans & Queen & Orescent route; Mondays, to Wash ington, D. C, via New Orleans & Pied mont Airline; Tuesdays, l;o Chicago via St. Louis & C. & A. iR. R.; Wednes days, to Chicago via Port. Worth & C. ! R. I. & P. R. R.; Wednesdays, to St. Paul via Fort Worth & C. R. I. & P. R. R.; Thursdays, to Chicago via New Orleans & Illinois Oenitrai. "Sunset Limited," finest train on earth; Mon days and Thursdays. For further par tdoulars, call at ticket oflice No. 20 and 22 North Center street, or at M. & P. Depot. R. L. BL1ACKMAN, Ticket Agent. PROFESSIONAL K'ti yslolans. BR. A. Y. MTORM1CK Giaduateof Jeffer eon Medical Oolieee, Phi adelphia. Of and iesirtewe. Monition block, over Wake Hn's drue tore. General practitioner Special attention given to chronic diseases. Telephone No. 181. DK.KLLAP SUMNER Geneia! practitioner. Special attention paid t diseases of women and children Office and residence southwest corner Monroe and Thirl streets. Office hours 10 to 1J a. m. , 1 to 2;80 and 6 to 7 :SC p.m. Telephone 148. ... TRINITY GUILD. Programme for the Entertainment To night at the Opera House. IMPORTANT NOTICE. Persons holding the examination cards of the California Medicine com pany and wishing to have their' cases diagnosed, that is, Itelling your disease without asking a Question, will call at the Ford hotel today if possible. Any one wisntng to get any of the medi cines will call .today, as this is the last day at which St will he sold at the reduced price. DR. LOUI3E GRAHAM Obstetrics and dii eases uf women. Offlc i upstairs in Cot- ton block, corner Washington and Center 8ts Hoars, 10 U VZ a. m., 2 to 5 and 6 to 7 p. m. D R. DAMKRON Practice limited to the eye, ear, nose and throat. DR. A. W. CO rTRELIj Office and residence. 14 N. Center St., over Chamber of Com' merce and M. & P. R. R., office. Day or night Office hours 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 and 6 to 7 p. in Telephone No. 128. D R. WM. DUFrlELD- Graduate of the Uni versity of Pennsylvania. General practice.. Special methods and apparatus for diseases of throat and lungs. Pneumatic differentiation, steam creoBote, etc. etc. Office and residence,. 28 S. Second Ave. R. W. Chamiberlain, watchmaker and jeweler, is now located in the Phoenix Grocery company's stand, comer Washington street and Second avenue. Repairing a specialty.' The Ladies' Guild of Trinity church has pleasure in submitting the pro gramme of the grand concert to be held in the opera house this evening at 8 p. m. As will be seen they have se cured the services not only of the best amateurs in the city, but also of Pro fessor White and Miss Roselyn Madden Sargent, who has recently come here from California. The concert will close with the Humaniphone, manipulated by the famous Herr Augenmunds- timme. His unique instrument must be seen and heard to be appreciated Reserved seats will be open for sale or exchange today from 9 a. m. at Keefer's drug store. Admission, 50 cents. The following is the pro gramme: Piano duet. Song, "Whippoorwill" (Whitney)" Mrs. J. L. B. Alexander. Song, "A Hundred Fathoms Deep," Mr. Andrews. Duet, "Wanderers' Night Song," (Rubenstein) Mrs. R. C. Rankin and Mrs. Clinton Miller. Banjo solo, "On the Mill Dam," (galop) Mr. E. E. Ford. Song, "Ritournelle," (Chaminade) Mrs. F. W. Rickenbaugh. Mandolin and guitar selection, "The Hunters' March," Professor Lester Payne's juvenile quartette, the Misses Bessie and Mamie Fickas, and Jessie and Sadie Allen. Song, "Polka Chantant," (Strelezski) Miss Roselyn Madden Sargent. Duet, "The Crimson Glow of Sunset Fades," (F. W. Root) Mrs. J. L. B. Al exander and Mrs. Clinton Miller. Song, "Only in Dreams," (De Koven); song, "Faith and Hope," (Millard) Mr. Will C. Barnes. Song, "Summer Night," Mrs. R. C. Rankin. Male quartette (Selected) Mr. Will C. DR. T.P. CHILDS Physician and Surgeon Present location, 224 W Washington St. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m. ; 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m All diseases treated scientifically Diagnosis a specialty. Prompt attention to night calls. R ANCIL MARTIN, diseases of eye, es , nose and throat and eeneral uureen . ice 8. 1. cor. Adams and Center Sts. EN. GKRABD Physician and Surgeon. . Office in Young bidg., up staire, corner Jefferson and Center Sts.f opp. Commercial hotel. Practitioner of thirty-five years' expe rience. Cal's attended to day and night. ORDINANCE NO. 234. Adopting Street, Avenue, Alley ' and Sidewalk Grades, With Official Plat Thereof. Also Fixing Slope of Side walks. The Common Council of Phoenix do ordain as follows: Section 1. That the plat of street; avenue, alley and sidewalk grades xt the original townsite of Phoenix, pre pared by S. A. Davison as the city en gineer of said city, be and the same is hereby adopted as, and declared to be the official plat of all' street. avenue, alley and sidewalk grades within the official limits of said original townsite of Phoe nix north of the south boundary line of Jackson street; also the north thirty three feet of East Van Buren street, which lies in Churchill's addition to the City of Phoenix. Sec. . That the grade of all said streets, avenues, alleys and sidewalks as shown upon said official plat be, a"d the same is here adopted, and de clared to be the official grade of all streets, avenues, alleys and sidewalks within the official boundary limits of said original townsite of Phoenix north of the south boundary line of Jackson street; also the north thirty-three feet of East Van Buren street, which lies in Churchill's addition to the City of Phoenix. Sec. 3. That said official plat shows If your tea is not good, why don't you drink water? It is cheaper and better for you than poor tea. If it is good, your stom ach is glad to get it; does its work better. Schilling's Best is good tea at grocers' in packages. rhiUiar Saa Fr FO.RICHMOMD, H. D. C, Phoenix. Art . sona, Veterinary Burgeon and Dentist, Diseases o I all Domestic Animals Scientifically Treated. Residence 637 West Van Buren street Office at the Golden Eagle (table. Second, neer Washington St. Telephone No. 51. No Charge tor consultation-. 0S W. M. CHAPMAN Honse Si0 and Carriage Painting. Paper Ranging and Decorating. 311 W. WMtington St. Calt for Vstlmtel METROPOLITAN. The Metronolitan. No. 396 North First avenne. north of VanBuren street, has changed hands and Is prepared to give board and lodging Dj themontn, fa. Mrs. A. P. McKern, Prop. CAPITAL HARNESS SHOP, Cxi T. RWITZWi, Manager Successor to J. L Gant in the Gant Harness Shop, North Grater St. 'amesa special line of ..... . Mai Aimroed Collars, Harness, Saddles, Horse Blankets, Lap Robes I WHERE !b THE COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN TO BUY Heat, Fish, Berries, Eggs and Batter ? At Zoeckler's, of course. Tbey have the coolest and cleanest meat and fruit market in town. Attn .... 1 is the only place in to n where yon can get . . ZOECKLER MARKET . . Cold Roast Beef. fy CooM Corned Beef EVERYTHING OFF COLD STORAGE. . . s EO. HYDE Physician and surgeon. Prac- tiees the vitapathlc, also the dosimetric . system of treatment. Diseases of the lungs' aspeeialty. Office, 321 B. Washington street -none m, i-ncenix, Arizona. . VetPrinary. JC. NORTON, D. V. M VBTBRINASY . physician, surgeon and dentist. Residence No. 127 N. Fourth Av. Office, ground floor, Mc nihon block, No. 44 W. Washington St., Phoe nix. Office hours. 10 to 12 a. m.. 1 to 4 p re. Attorneyg-at-law. Franx Coi. H. M. Willis, Jb COX & WIIXIS-ATTOBNEY8 AT LAW, rooms 1,- 2 and 5, Thibodo building, Phoenix. Arizona. Jkbrt Millat. Walter Bikxktt. 1LLAY & BENNITT-Attorneys-at-Law Booms 16 and 17 Fleming building. M WH. 8TILWELL Attorney at Law. Office . 807, 308 and 309. Fleming block, Fhas- niz. Ariz. WILLIAM HERRING Attorney ana coun selor at law. Tombstone. Ariz CH Law. Sc CAMPBELL, ATTOBNEY8 AT Over National Bank of Arizona WH. WLLLIAMS-Attorney at law, room 1, McOarty building, Phoenix, Arizona. Notary Public. BRUCE PERLEY Notary public and con, veyancer, 16 North Center St., Phoenix, Ariz. U. 8. internal rerenu and pension mat ters a specialty. Xinaineer. Q A.DAVISON- O. 1 hon block. City Engineer, room 4, Mon Hammer & Gordon BRICK MANUFACTURERS AND CONTRACTORS" AUorders will receive prompt attention. Yard on Seyenth St., South of Depot, THE PH(ENIX BAKEEY EDWARD E1SELE, Prop. this popular establishment has been refitted and renovated throughout. Every thing in, the way of baking STRICTLY FIRST CLASS All orders attended to with promptness and to the utmost satisfaction of our pat rons. 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