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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: THURSDAY HORNING, .TUNE 30, 1898.
J THE BEST i
J SODA WATER jj
is found at
The place where the Syrups are
fresh and prepared daily where
the purest and best Fruit Juices
are used where particular atten
tion is paid to cleanliness where
the Soda Water is cold. All of
these attributes and many more
can be iounu ax
flu T. P. HUDSON PHARMACi, J
26 E. Washington St.
BEAUTIFUL : ONYX : FOUNTAIN
Cards of thanks, notices pertaining to
organizations and societies, church fairs
or socials, will not be printed in The Re
publican except when paid for.
WHAT IT DID FOR HER.
' Bryce, Ariz., May 11, 1898. Mrs.
Charles Nelson of this town states
that far four years her health was
very poor. She began, taking Hood's
Sarsaparllla and-it cured her and sb.
is now strong and healthy.
Invalid delicacies at Freston's. 46
North Center street. Open day and
The cold storage system of Tribolet,
the butcher, is conducted on a strictly
Freston's celebrated Fulton Market
clam chowder daily from 11 a. m. till
8 p.m. 46 North Center street. Open
day and night.
' "Will you meet me at tae fountain?
At Wakelin's pharmacy, of course.
Great reduction on punctufeless
toes at Griswold's, South First Ave.
Wanted Teamsters and laborers on
the Big Eug railroad. Inquire at
Minnesota and Arizona Construction
-company's office, 318 Fleming block,
between 8 and 10 o'clock a. m.
rhoenix Trunk Factory for trunks,
The Xadeau, one or the largest and
finest hotels in Los Angeles, has re
duced Its rates to Arizona people for
the summer months.
Try the park swimming baths be
fore passing judgment on the climate.
Dr. W. H. Ward has removed his
face to the north room of the O'Neill
-block, 126 North First avenue, ground
Extra low prices for this month in
groceries. Frank Griebel, 218 and 220
East Washington, Redewill block.
For a cool, fresh glass of draught
beer go to the Central hotel cold air
storage vaults, open day and night.
We wish to Call the attention of our
patrons to the fact that we hare
moved to West Washington street.
three doors west of postofflce", where
wo will be better than ever prepared
to serve the finest ice cream, cold
KNIGHT & VILCOX, Props.
HOTEL : ADAMS
Under New Management.
liverything in Season
The Coolest and Only First-da ss,
Up-to-Date Cafe in the City.
Dinner Parties a Specialty.
FOR ONE WEEK
At 20 per cent Reduction.
fbe PHOENIX STATIONERY AND NEWS CO.
LOCAL NEWS BRIEFS
Small Paragraphs of Gen
eral Local Interest.
News of Phoenix and Tributary Re
gion. The Doings of People and
License to marry was issued yester
day to Rafael Morietega and Carlo. a
The case of Officer Molloy, set for
hearing before Justice Kincaid yester
day on a charge of whipping a boy
named Crowley, was taken on a change
of venue to Justice Johnstone's court.
Dr. Clymer was very successful yes
terday in canvassing for membership
in a branch of the Red Cross society
to be established here. A meetin
will be held at the doctor's office to
night. Twenty ladies have enlisted.
Articles of incorporation of the
Nicholson Gold Mining company ware
filed in the office of the territorial sec
retary yesterday. The company is not
of recent organization. It was incor
porated three years ago by Frank
Nicholson, William Christy and Alex
ander Davis. The capital stock is
$1,000,000, divided into 40,000 shares.
Anton Gould and Francois Faure
were yesterday admitted to citizenship
in United States court. The former
is a native of Austria and took out
his first papers in the county eight
years ago. The latter Is a native of
France and made his first move to
ward citizenship in New York.
Shelby M. Cullom, deputy collector
of internal revenue for Arizona, yes
terday received word that he would be
given an assistant. The revenue tax
under the war bill, most of whose pro
visions with respect to stamps more
than doubles the work of the office,
whicih has heretofore had to keep track
only of the liquor and tobacco trados.
Quite' a number of persons had the
curiosity yesterday to visit Dorris
Bros', store to inspect the' new opera
house chair just received as a sample
cf the carload now on the way. It is
a modern chair, sure enougih, comfort
able and handy, with coat and hat
rack and all the latest inventions at
tached. The opera house is going to
be as nicely furnished inside as any
place of the kind in the country.
The debris of the fire of last week
has been removed to a vacant lot in
front of the Hotel Adams belonging to
Dr. Goodrich, the owner of the
scorched building. The man who di
rected the removal of the burnt awn
ing and other rubbish evidently sup
posed the doctor might want to go
into the charcoal business, and so
partly recoup himself for the devasta
tion by the flames.
On account of the absorption of time
in district court by the case of Hirst
vs. the Glendale Fruit company the
argument by Assistant District Attor
ney Bullard on the motion for a aew
trial in the cass of Josiah Anderson
went over until today. The damage
case of Brill against the S. F. P. & P.
railroad was continued until October.
The suit of the DeMund Lumber com
pany against Campbell was dismissed.
There are many ways by which a
silent partner in a business house may
indicate his connection with such a
house. There are also many ways by
which he is enabled to hide such con
nection. . When a man deliberately
attaches a street hose to a hydrant
nd sprinkles in front of the Gazette
office he lays himself open to the sus
picion at least of being one of the ed
itors. Several citizens mentioned, this
S. N. Phillips wSs badly bitten by a
dog yesterday afternoon. He was
superintending a chain gaflg at work
on North Seventh avenue. Mr. Phil
ips wnt to the rear of a house after a
drink Of. water. A huge black mastiff
chained nar by sprang at him with
so great foree that the chain was
broken. He e.ught Mr. Philips by
the left arm above the elbow and lac
erated it terribly. He. also bit him
on the wrist and on: finger. Mr.
Philips was unarmed! bSt he caught
the brute by an ear, helif 6a with des
peration and forced him to release his
last hold. A woman came cfi of the
house and took charge of tihe animal.
Jose Beitran was arrested yesterday
on a charge cf stealing a watch from
J. E. Grove. He was committed to
jail by Justice Johnstone for trial in
iihe afternoon. When he was brought
into court he was hardly recognizable.
There was a deep gash on his fore
head and another on the back. His
case had been already passed upon.
He had been tried in the kangaroo
court and these marks were the judg
ment rendered by Josiah Anderson,
the chief magistrate of the kangaroos,
beitran said he was sitting in his cell
when Anderson came in and demanded
a dollar. It was refused and then he
said Anderson belabored him with a
slungshot. The matter was investi
gater afterward and Anderson admit
ted having inflicted the wounds, but
said they were caused by Beitran hav
ing been thrown against t)he bars of
the cell. Dr. Hughes examined Bei
tran while he was in court and he said
they were so serious that they de
manded immediate attention. A war
rant will be sworn out against Ander
son charging him witfli murderous as
sault. He is already under convic
tion of having shot at John M. Mullen
with intent to murder, and a motion
for a new trial is now pending.
C. W. Frelo of San Francisco ar
rived at the Hotel Adams yesterday.
P. G. Cohn and wife of Chicago ar
rived at the Hotel Adarcs yesterday.
C. E. Locke of Chicago was among
yesterday s guests of the Hotel Adams.
. Frank H. Trego of Chicago "va3
among yesterday's guests or the Hotel
- Dr.-L. H. Goodrich returned to the
city last night after an absence' in the
east of several months.
Archie McGrew of Chicago cama in
J from the north last night. He is stop
ping at tne tiotei Adams.
E. E. Sirrine of the Southern Pa
cific, with headquarters at El Paso,
was at tihe Hotel Adams yesterday.
Hon. George W. Cheyney, lately ap
pointed postmaster at Tucson, arrived
in the city yesterday as a witness in
the school land suit which, will be
tried today. Mr. Cheyney's connec
tion with the case was established
while he was superintendent cf public
instruction eight years ago.
.McKelligon's wfiere you can get
the finest hand made sour mash, bour
bon ei4 Pennsylvania rye whiskies.
Sec. Long Has a Word of Praise for
the Chiefs of Bureaus.
Washington, June 29. The secretary
of the navy, speaking of the general
satisfaction thai has been expressed
with the navy department, said that,
In justice, it should be bome in mind
that the navy is always In a state of
mobiilzation, although tihe coming of
the war had necessitated a vast amount
of special preparation and a large in
creast of vessels and naval force. The
"I notice that sometimes I get a
word of praise, and sometimes Mr.
Roosevelt, who was my assistant sec
retary, and who certainly deserved it,
as does his uccessor. But let me tell
you that before there are men entitled
to special gratitude and recognition
who will never get half the praise thpy
deserve.- These are the chiefs of the
various naval bureaus. They have
borne the real burden of preparation.
When war became imminent, they
were told they would be held respon
sible for having the work of their bur
eaus done properly and efficiently.
That work they have discharged with
the utmost ability, efficiency, thor
oughness and success. There has been
no question of supply of provisions, of
coal, of ammunition, and ordnance and
munitions of war, of clothing, of hos
pital stores and outfits, of the con
struction of ships, and of steam en
gineering supplies. . f
"It is one of the misfortunes of ery'
great era like this that many of the
men who do the work and bear the '
burden are rarely mentioned, and never
get the credit which belongs to them, j
If I can do anything to secure these!
men just appreciation, I want to do it.
They are all experts and men of ex
perience in their various lines. It is
pretty hard, too, for some of them who
know that the glories of war are won,
not in bureaus, but at the front in bat
tle. They have sometimes pleaded
hard, and it has not been easy either
for the department to refuse their re
quests for active service or for them
to accept the necessity of remaining
where they are. I hope you will say a
good word for them. Few know the
extent of what they have undertaken
and done, or their professional com
petency, spirit, and standard,"
SOME UNLUCKY STONES. '
The burglar noiselessly opened the
jewel, case and examined the contents.
"Ah," he said to himself, "madame
ought to have known better than to
Invest anything in opals. They are
Ana" ne transferred theftf to his
pocket and quietly climbed out of th
window again. Chicago paper.
Clara I see Cynthia has decorated
her room witd guns pistols, swords
and the like.
Cora Yes; she always has been a
great girl for having arms around her
WAR HAS FORCED EXPANSION
Senator Proctor on America's New
Washington, June 29. Senator Proc
tor said tonight: "Without committing
myself to a" policy of imperialism, I
will say that the indications clearly
point to the formation of a new col
onial policy by the United States gov
ernment. The fortunes cf war have
brought to us islands that we would
never lhave dreamed of securing by
treaty or purchase, but they have-
come to us in such a way as to preclude
the possibility of disposing of them
without serious difficulty. When hos
tilities have ceased and the nation
again starts on its journey of peace
and tranquility, there will be ample
time to map out our future policy.
Conquests can be lumped together and
the whole question of imperial aggran
dizement disposed of then.
"No matter what disposition is made,
of our conquests, we must have a
stronger navy. My judgment is that
we should double our present sea
strength. It is as certain as anything
can be, that is not already a fact, that
the great battles of the future will ba
fought on the high seas. This is a
point which we would do well to keep
constantly in view. Our coast cities
should be made impregnable to attack.
Our seaboard and gulf coasts should
be fortified to such an extent that it
would be impossible for a foreign foe
to demolish our coast cities."
To core Consrfprtlon Torever.
Take C-.:,t.arets Cauuj Oith:rtic. 10c or 25c
.1 C. C. C fail to cur?, u uists refund mocej
CLOSING OUT SALE
Wash Goods, Laces and Em
broideries. This sale goes Into effect Saturday,
June 26. 1898. In thirty days more we
shall leave for New York and other east
ern points to make our immense fall
purchases. Our cleaning up sale of this
season will be found one of many bar
gains. "Wash Goods.
Extraordinary values In Lace Effects,
Dimities in new patterns and coloring,
worth 10c, sale price 4c.
Imported Silk Striped Grass Linens and
Plain Linens, worth 30c and 23c, sale
New and attractive patterns in Figured
Organdies, worth 15c, sale price 10c.
Our entire stock of Arabian Swisses,
Imported Organdies, worth 20c, sale
Crirfkled Sursucker, only a few pieces
of these goods in stock, worth 12c, sale
Cleaning up many odd lines of Lawns
and Challies, worth 4c. sale price 2VisC
Worth 5c, sale price Sc.
Now is your time to secure your White
Goods. Every piece of fancy effect re
duced for this sale.
Laces and Embroideries.
No such bargain has ever been offered
in the city of Phoenix. Fancy Cream and
Butter Wash Laces, Worth 10c, sale price
White and Cream Vanlse, patterns
sightly, worth 20c, sale price 10c.
Dentilla Laces, three and four inch
wide, worth 30c and 35c, sale price 20c.
Embroidery Edging in excellent pat
terns, worth 7c, sale price 3Mc
Wider widths and more attractive pat
terns, worth 10c, sale price 5c.
Special lot of assorted widths and pat
terns, worth 12ic, sale price 7c.
Don't miss our center table, which will
be piled with bargain remnants. Call
and see them.
THE ALKIRE CO.
Needs assistance it may be best to ren
der it promptly, but one should re
member to use even- the most perfect
remedies only when neded. The best
and most simple and gentle remedy
is the Syrup of Figs, manufactured
by the California Fig Syrup Co.
"Men are but beys grown large."
Convince yourselves by eating Mother's
bread, so pure and wholesome. Ari
For Sale Half interest in a first
class business in the best location in
Phoenix. Address P. Q-, this office.
FOR SALE-A 50-acre vineyard cf
Thompson seedless grapes. Will sell
on vines or picked. Enquire of S. R ,
MacElroy, 33 E. Polk St.
COFFEE AL'S PLACE.
Coffee Al's lunch counter and ladies'
lining room. Ail the delicacies of the
TO LOAN $500, IOOO. L. W.
Coggins, 200 West Washington St.
The last few days of warm weather
hare made a trip to the park baths and
a plunge in the cool and refreshing
water a pleasant pastime to many of
the people of Phoenix.
The popular rendezvous is at Wake
lin's pharmacy, the coolest room in.
FOP OVER FIFTY YEARS
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
30othes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic and is
the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty
five cents a bottle.
$63.90, SALT LAKE AND RETURN
VIA THE S. F. P. & P. JULY 2.
The miners' convention will be held
at this time in that beautiful city and
all are invited to take advantage of
the low rate. Information gladly
given at 44 West Washington street,
E. W. Gillett, general agent.
FOURTH OF JULY RATES
Via the S. F. P. & P. will be one
fire, round trip tickets, good going
July 2, 3, 4, 5, "and good returning: un
til 8th. Big attractions at Phoenix
and PrerCott. and pleasant little picnics
at other points. Visit your, neighbors
and enjoy tho holiday with theml Full
information cheerfully given at the
city office, 44 West Washington street
E. W. Gillett, general agent
$77.90 WASHINGTON,. D. C. AND
For N. E. A. convention, Via the S.
F. P. & P. route, tickets good going
July 1, 2 and 3 and final limit can be
made August 31. Through tourist car
for Washington, . D. C, with a Jolly
party on board from California will
pass Ash Fork the morning of July' 2.
and Phoenix passengers wishing to
join the crowd can leave here at 9:30'
p. m., the 1st. Space in this sleeper
will be reserved for you by calling on
E. W. Gillett, general agent, 44 West
Washington street, Phoenix.
PI'RZ QRAPtCREAM OF TARTAR POWDER
Highest Honors, World's Fair
Gold Medal. Midwinter Faii
With TIRED and HOT FEET
when you can get a pair of COOL,
COMFORTABLE SHOES at a
reasonable price at
Four Sheets for 5c.
4 Sheets for 5c
iWllcntl'c focTi Unrirnirt Qitxt-n. POUP doors
Cheapest place in Phoenix to buy first-class goods.
Hardware, Glassware, Notions, Cutlery, Stationery.
WE WILL NOT
Having in immense stock bought before the recent heavy advance
War Time Prices
will not prevail as long as the present stock lasts. Call to see us or write us
The BarkleyBerryman Mercantile Company
No. 214-213 Wast Adams Street. .. t
We carry the largest stock of Grocer les of any house In Arizona.
THE EVANS LOAN AND INVESTMENT CO.
Paid Up Capital, $50,000 . '
(Successor to J. W. Evans, Estabjished in 1885.)
FINANCIAL AGE8T. REE ESTATE MORTGAGE LOANS NEGOTIATED.
Offers unequalled facilities to tenders and borrowers of money. Has bti ftst .
tensive list of improved and unimproved city, suburban and country realty
O. A. TURNEY, Sacretary. J. W. EVANS, President.
. Nos. I and 3 West Washington Street.
Seven-room Frame House, with Bath, Lawn,
and plenty of Shade. VERY CHEAP. "
flibbard Building. J. ERNEST WALKER,
26 South Second Avenue
E. E. PASCOE,
Coolest Soda Water in Town!
Gas aud Steam
Tin Smithing in
I. H. B"D RTIS, :
this week at
160 Acres Alfalfa, ,
Close in. Will Subdivide. Jt
MONEY TO LOAN.
, 7 S. First Avenue
Don't Use Glasses
Unless you need them, and when you
do need them be sure they fit you.
Don't guess at It DR. PRATT, the
Optician, will give you a thorough ex-
fitninativn M 1 .ja :
don't need glasses will tell von bA. "
DR. GEO. B. PRATT. The flntiriai
140 W. Washington St.
A Man Cnonlcft
m nvir .jpauiau laiiuailgu
in Cuba is being danced now to the
tune of Yankee Doodle. We have
something that will make the family
dance with delight in our ice cream
freezers, when you take it home or
invite your wife, sweetheart or tha
children to come around and refresh
themselves at our ice cream parlors.
We have the most delicious ice cream
and fruit ices in all flavors.
PHOENIX CANDY CO.
BEAR has just ADDED the up-to-date
COOLER. MEET me at
BEAR'S; everything new. BEAR
for business. Watch BEAR'S win
dows. Keystone Pharmacy.
Fitting. Copper and
31-33 E. Washington Street