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THE AKIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 1896. Highest of all in Leavening Strength. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. fej Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE ACROBATIC STARS. Interesting Study for the Astronomers Last Night. Star-gazers were promised a heaven- j Iy display of extraordinary beauty last night, but up to 2 a. m. the astronomy LOOK OUT FOR SPARKS! PET BEAR'S SAD FATE. Meets an Ignominious Death in a Phoe nix Kitchen. . A fearful din of rattling chains and pans suddenly awakened the inmates of a house in the western part of the city last Wednesday night. The noise proceeded from the kitchen. It was an unearthly sound and in the dead hour of night was suggestive of spooks or burglars. The children of the fam ily heard the noise they could not help hearing it and with chattering teeth they buried their heads under the blankets. j The head of the family also heard the noise and was willing to believe that he was dreaming. But a yell from his spouse that drowned the noise be low involuntarily made him jump out of bed. "There are burglars in the house," she hoarsely whispered. "N-nonsense, my dear, it's only the cat In the kitchen," hubby hastened to reassure her, but his trembling limbs and ghastly face belied his words. "Go down and shoot them, or we'll all be murdered in our beds," she said He groaned, but realizing that his home must be protected, he grasped a loaded rifle and slowly started down stairs, his teeth and knees playing an accompaniment all the while. All this time the dreadful racket in the kitchen was continued, and a white robed figure that painfully descended the stairs mentally prayed that he would be saved to his family, but the wish was uppermost in his mind that the burglars would escape before he ar- riven on the scene. The kitchen door was ajar, but from within the sound of a heavy body roll ing on the floor could be plainly seen. The white robed man sighed and shud dered, but nerving himself, he cau tiously peered into the kitchen with the muzzle of the rifle pointed at noth ing in particular. He saw a ponderous black mass on the floor with a shape less white head. Another mental prayer was offered, and the wavering gun was lowered to a level with the bulky form. A shot rang out. Then another, and all was still. The silence made the man brave and stepping into the kitchen he com- manded the intruder to throw up his hands. His command was not com plied with the form on the floor was still. A match was struck and the in truder was found to be a bear. The animal was the pet of a Wash ington street butcher and was young and frolicsome. On the night in dues tion Bruin slipped his chain and start ed on a tour of investigation. In his wanderings he found a door slightly ajar and inquisitively entered In nosing around for tootftsome delicacies Bruin shoved his head far into a flour sack and not being able to extricate it started blindly around the- kitchen upsetting everything in the way, until two bullets ended his Ufa frankly admits the extreme torridity of the summer climate. There's no doubt it'saliot," said he. It's hotter than , well, flies die on the wing sometimes, and the exhala tions from the mouth roll out in warm vaporous clouds- It is not a severe heat, though. People work without discomfort and there is seldom em ployment for the doctors there. It's the finest climate in the country." It has been proposed to establish a national railway museum. Hereafter nothing larger than a small satchel will be permitted in the Wag- ner sleepers. During September fifty-four persons were killed and 179 injured on the railroads of this country. Old 166, the first engine purchased by the Missouri Pacific, has been con signed to the scrap heap.. The fast freight trains between Cleveland and St. Louis, 565 miles are now making the run in twenty- four hours and they are rarely late. The report started in the west to the effect that the Baltimore & Ohio had withdrawn from the Joint Traffic as sociation is denied by Chairman Blan-chard. Youngstown, O., claims the distinc tion of sending out the biggest excur sion train ever known. It consisted of 113 cars and was run in nine sections. Its destination was Canton, O. It is said that W. J. Van Nest, for many years the eastern agent of the Frisco, is to be succeeded by Bryan Snyder, late assistant general freight agent of the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe. Chicago has discovered another cause of complaint based on a lack of appreciation of her greatness. She is now sending up a wail because so many of the roads that connect her with New York have their head offices in the east. Climate may have some thing to do with this. HOTTER THAN WELL, Col. Dorrington Says Flies Die on the Wing at Yuma. The Republican last evening received a fraternal call from Colonel J. W. Dor rington, editor of the Yuma Sentinel, and proprietor of the newspaper grave yard at that place. The Sentinel is close second to the Tucson Citizen in point of years, The Citizen having been the first newspaper established in Arizona. During his control of the paper Col. Dorrington has seen the death of many journalistic ventures in the city by the shifting sands, and sadly, but not with upbraiding, he has laid their remains away to a peaceful and unla.mented rest. The veteran . editor says the people of Yuma are in a blaze of enthusiasm over the decision of Judge Baker that the convicts must be employed on the arid lands. This means that the city and the territorial prison will be self- sustaining.. More - than a hundred men, besides the prisoners, will be em ployed in the construction of the canal and from 80,000 to 100,000 acres of fer tile land will be reclaimed. Speaking of Yuma, Col. Dorrington Lady Nail Drivers Will Compete at the Big Tent Tonight. Those who have witnessed the nail driving contests at the Big Tent during the past two weeks are looking for reporter with his unclad eyes failed to ; some lively work tonight, as the sue- observe anything particularly notice-; cessful ladles of each night meet this IN RAILROAD CIRCLES. able in the movements of the celestial bodies. Astronomers told us that we might expect to see the sky furrowed with numerous shooting stars coming from space and appearing to emanate from the constellation Leo, not far from the star Zeta, but Zeta was fixed and immovable and never blinked an eyelash all night. However, the phe nomena may have occurred when the reportorial energies were directed else where. The explanation of the phe nomena is as follows: A swarm of milliards of meteoric corpsucles circulate round the sun along a very elongated orbit, which f extends as far as Uranus, and takes ! about thirty-three years to travel. This immense celestial highway is strongly inclined upon the track which the earth follows in its yearly travels around the sun, but cuts our terrestial orbit at the spot where our planet passed last night. We only expect to encounter this swarm every thirty-three years. But it is disseminated along its orbit over a vast extent of hundreds of millions of miles, so that the passage of these migratory birds of the heavens lasts many years, almost during the same period, for every year more shooting stars are observed coming from this point of emanation than from the other regions of space. There appears to be also other centers of condensa tion. The main body of this celestial army will reach us in 1899. evening for final competition. Each has shown considerable skill in the manipulation of the hammer, and nails will quickly disappear. The performance last evening was unusually good. The character work of Carl Reiter was nicely done. As an all-around performer he is certainly a good one, while the inimitable Macs are laughter producers of the highest or der. There will be a matinee this afternoon Disgraced Russian Officers. Eleven officers of the Bielogrod dragoonshave been reduced tothe ranks, and one lieutenant dismissed from the army for their share in a disgrace ful riot at Mejibujie, in Podolia. Lieut. Bakounine, while drunk, grossly in sulted and struck some Jewish civilians who were sitting quietly in a wine shop. After protesting for awhile they gave him a sound thrashing, whereupon he went to the barracks, got together some other officers and 150 dragoons, and set out to avenge the honor of the regi ment. The wine shop and the adjacent houses were sacked and set on fire, a number of Jewish houses and shops were pillaged, and five Jews killed and thirty seriously injured. As the colonel of the regiment did not think the inci dent worth reporting the. czar has or dered him to be placed on the retired list. TERRITORIAL NEWS NUGGETS. OF INTEREST TO MINERS. In the gold camps of the Cheme- huevis mountains the dry placers are producing . considerable dust. The ground is as yet hardly in proper con dition to work, but, the dry, cold wind will soon put everything in tip-top shape. Kingman Miner. The Bonanza mine at Harqua Hala is working about thirty men and run ning ten stamps of the mill and taking out considerable metal. The new town of Rolin, two and one-half miles south of Crittenden, starts out well and is now ready for a place on the map. Thirty men are at work on the new smelter, which is al ready well under way. A fine new store has been erected and is well stocked with a fine line of general merchandise. The boarding house is also completed. Several new houses are already up and others are in process of erection., There is a movement on foot for the erection of a copper plant for tha smelting of copper ore. Border Vidette. The Yarnell mill in Yavapai county has been working on ore from the Monte Cristo mine with splendid re sults. Needles Oasis. Stories of good finds of nuggets on Rich Hill after showers still float around, showing that after the thous ands of people who have worked the hill bare and abandoned it it still con tains treasures for the gold seeker. Journal-Miner. Since commencing work on the Gold Note and Surprise mines, says the Pres- cott Journal-Miner, D. B. Gillett has had 1305 feet of development work done on the two claims in sinking and drift ing. All the work is six and a half by four feet in the clear. In addition to this development work in the mines, considerable has been done in the way of improvements on the outside. Both properties are looking well. Recent excavations having weakened the walls of Montezuma Castle, the largest and finest cliff dwelling in the world, the people of Flagstaff are talk ing of a movement to raise funds for its repair and preservation. ,. Winslow is to have a telephone system. The sportsmen1 'are hunting deer in the northern forests. -. In the line of poultry, the Tempe News says it has several fine thorough bred silver roosters which it would be glad to exchange for a hen that lays golden eggs. The Indians at San Xavier have be gun planting their crops a great deal earlier than usual this year. ; v The editor of the Tempe News threat ens to invoke the aid of the rainmak ers, the town water having been shut off by the canal company. A Thanksgiving ball is announced for Skull Valley. , Jesse Williams told Joseph Temple at Huachuca the other night to send word to President Dessart of the Interna tional bank that he and his gang were going to pay Nogaies another visit and that they hoped to be more successful the next time. Border Vidette The next territorial- legislature should pass a law empowering the board of supervisors of every county in the territory to lay their county out into supervisor districts. This would give the people from all parts of the country representation on coun ty boards. At the present time all the territory east of the Prescott & Phoe nix railroad in Yavapai county has no representation on the board. This is not right. Jerome News. THE OLDEST AND THE BEST Cough-cure, the most prompt and ' effective remedy for diseases of the throat and lungs, is Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. As an emergency medi cine, for the cure of Croup, Sore Throat, Lung Fever and Whooping Cough, AYER'S Cherry Pectoral cannot be equaled. E. M. Brawley, 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 Queer Church Spire. One of the most eccentric church spires is that of the parish church (All Saints) of Chesterfield, with its curious spire, S28 feet high, and 64 feet off the perpendicular. Whichever way the ot server looks at this curious spire it ap pears to bulge out in that direction. PKOFESSIONAL f'iiyeioiane. DR.A. Y. M'f ORMIOK Giadnateof Jeffer son Medical College, Phi adelphis. Of fice and residence. Monihon block, over Wake lin's drug store. General practitioner Special attention given to chronic diseases. Telephone No. 184. DR. LLA P SUMNER Geneial practitioner. Special attention paid t diseases of women and children Office and residence sonthwest corner Monroe and Thirl streets. Office hours 10 to 11 a. m., 1 to 2;30 and 6 to 7:30 p. m. Telephone 146. DR. LOTJIBE GRAHAM-Obstetrics and dis eases of women. Offio , upstairs in Cot ton DIOCK, corner nasuiiigvuu i-cuiui uts. Hours,.10 1 3 12 a. m., 2 to 5 and 6 to 7 p. m. "It is a startling fact that, almost without exception, the adulterated teas are dangerous to health. Some of them are actually poisonous." - N. V. Herald. Yes; some not all. But that isn't the point You drink tea because you like it not because it is good for you. The wholesome tea is also the best-tasting: Schil ling's Best at grocers' in packages. A Schillmj & Company San Francisco 407 D R. Da MIC HON Practice limited to the eye, ear, nose and throat: DB. A. W. CO XTKICLIj 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. m. Telephone So. 12a. DR. WM. DTJFI'IELD- Graduate of the TJul versity of Pennsylvania. Genera practioe Bpecial methods and apparatus lor diseases of throat and lungs. Pneumatic differentiation, steam creosote, etc etc. Office and residence, 28 8. Second Ave. DR. T. F. CHILDS Physician and Surgeon Present location, 224 W Wast'incton St. Office hours, 10 to 12 a m ; 2 to 4 and 7 to s p. ni All diseases treated scientifically Diagnosis a specially. Prompt attention to night calls. DR. ANCIL MARTIN, diseases of eye, e nose and throat and general Burger Office 8. E.cor. Adams and Center Sts. AM. TTJTTLE, M. D., HOMEOPATHIST. , Specialties, lungs and pelvic diseases. Consumption surely cured. Telephone No. 117. Office 439 wei-t Washington street; hours 5 to 11 :30 a. m. EN. GKRARD-Physician and Surgeon. . Office in Young bldg., np stiirs, corner Jetferson and Center Sts., opp. Commercial hotel. P'aHiticner of thirty-five years' expe rience. Cul's attended to day and night. W. M. CHAPMA: House Si. n and Carriage Paper Hanging and Decorating. 311 W. WaitingtenSt. XT' O. HYDE Physician and surgeon. Prac Tj. ttcea the vitaoatbic, also tha dosimetric system of treatment. Diseases of the lungs a specialty. Office, 31 E. Washington street jfnone 124, rncenix, Arizona. Cal for Estimates. TWO PUGS MATCHED. JOHANNESBURG, Nov. 13. Den ver Ed Smith has been matched to fight Goddard in April. THE SILVER MARKET. SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. bars, 64; Mexican dollars, 13. Silver 5152. METROPOLITAN. The Metropolitan. No. 396 North First avenue. north of VanBuren street, has changed hands'! and is prepared to give uoard and lodging by the month, $25. Mrs. A. P. McKern, Prop. IT PAYS HIS TRILBYS WERE INEBRIATED. The Distressing Predicament of Senor Antonio Sotella. F - DRV ITD RHn mi ur nnu LOOK PLEASANT. t I WE HAVE I I : ! Suitsof Clothes X mat -V'H Please the WINNER. Mr vEENE, S H !' li, Jloiniiiji 'flock. ntonio Sotella cannot be classed in the category of chronic inebriates, but like a good many others, he periodical--, ly tarries too long at the spigot. Un fortunately for him, his mind remains clear, but he loses control of his legs. He was in that condition yesterday and started from a saloon to seek a quiet spot for repose. His legs in sisted on taking him to the county jail and he was powerless to prevent it. He realized where he was going, and several times tried to steer in a differ ent direction. The scheme wouldn't work his pedal extremities were pointed toward the jail and he was piloted thither. He' staggered into the sheriff's office with the remark: "Hie I couldn't s'help m'self hie blame legs brouFbt me here hie I wan'sh 1 v .-i.-h " ?e was given a place in jail, wnere he could gradually recover control of his legs. To buy groceries where one is Bare of having the largest stock to select from. The buyer is then always eare of being pleased. We have the largeet and beat arranged stock in the city, and . can convince purchasers that onr prices are the lowest. Re member that we carry nearly everything that, people eat. THE KESSLER-BOYLE GROCERY CO. First Ave. and Adams St. (Formerly ThkTkask-Kkssler Grocery Co ) CAPITAL HARNESS SHOP, G-. T. SWITZEK, Manager Successor to J. L Gant In the Gant Harness Shop, North Center St. Jamesa special line of .... . total Kid Collars, Harness, Saddles, Horse Blankets, Lap Robes IHmMWIMMIIHMIIIMIIMMMIIMMMMIHmil WHERE !S 1 HE COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN TO BUY I Meat, Fish, Berries, Eggs and Batter 1 At Zoeckler's, of course. They have the coolest and cleanest meat and fruit market in town. At tha .... . . ZOECKLER MARKET . . l8h fc1? Cold Roast Beef. ST, Cooked Corned Beef . EVERYTHING OFF COLD STORAGE. VetPnnary. JC. NORTON, D. V. M., VBTKKI-.a .1 , physician, surgoun and dentist. Restfeu'e No. 127 N. Fourth Av. Offine, around floor, Mo nihon block. No. 44 W. Washington St., Phoe nix, Office hours. 10 to 12 a. m.. 1 to 4 51 m. FO. EICHMOMD, M. D. C, Fhmnix, Act . lona. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist, Diseases 0 fall Domestic Animals Scientifically Treated. Residence 537 West Van Buren street Office at the Golden Eagle stable, Second, near Washington St. Telephone No. 51. No Charge loruonsuiianon. Attorneys -at-Xaw. Frank Cox. H. M. Willis, Jb COX & WILLIS -ATTORNEYS AT LAW, rooms 1, 2 and 5, Thibodo building, Phoenix Arizona. Jerry Millay. Walter Bmnn.Tr. 1LLAY & BENNETT-Attoroe; s-at-LaW Booms 16 and 17 Fleming building. M WH. 6 riLWELL-Attorney at I-:. ... See . 307, 308 and S09, Fleming block, Phoe nix. Ariz. "TTT'ILLIAM HERRING Attorney anacoun VV seloratlaw. Tombstone, Ariz T7ITCH r Law. & CAMPBELL, ATTORNEYS Over National Bank Df Arizona WH. WILLIAMS Attorney at law, room , 1, McCarty bnilding, Phoenix, Arizona. Notary ; Public. BRUCE PERLEY Notary public ana con veyancer, 16 North Center St., Phoenix Arii. U. 8. internal revenn and pension mat ters a specialty. . . fir4 eer, hon block. Q A. DAVISON City Engineer, room 4, Mon- KJm E .. .FROBEL. . INSTITUTE (CASA DB ROSAS.) Los Angeles, Cal. Fall term Sept 22. Boarding and day school. Preparatory for college. 1 raining school for kinderpartners a specialty. Circular s-iitt upon application to Prof, and Mine. Lonis Claverie, .Principals.