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TBE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 5, 1898. BICYCLE REPAIRING. Our repair department ia complete in every way. We have lately added a special dust-proof room for enameling, and our work In this line is now equal to that of the best eastern factories. Call and see samples. We are running frames through every day, and there would be no delay in making your wheel look like a new one. Our men are experts at brazing, vulcaniz ing and all kinds of tire repairs, our stock of parts and sundries is the most complete in the southwest, and no job turned out by us ever has to bs done over again. Our prices are STANDA1 D, they do not vary (we ao not cnargs one person 50c and another 1 for the same thing), and are as low as first class work can be done for anywhere. - '-i PINNEY & ROBINSON, Bicycles, Typewriters, Photo Stock and Sporting Goods. Brapel? as ffiesa. 40 N. -Center St., Phoenix. Bicycles, .Typewriters cr Cameras s old on installments if desired. FOURTH IN PHOENIX A Programme Slightly De moralized by Rain. The Great feature of the Parade Will Take Place This Evening ta 7:30 O'clock. The raia yesterday was not a bad tiling. Something was needed to hold down the ardor of Phoenicians, other wise they might have been earned away. The weather interfered with the programme for the celebration to the extent of nearly destroying it al tcgutr.'. Cut nobody cared much. When it was learned that the Spanish fleet had been destroyed and that San tiago was tottering, that was joy enough for one day and the routine of .a programme would have been almost -distasteful. Every cna preferred to celebrate the Fourth after his own " fashion and burn his own fireworks. The day was opened according to plan by the firing of a salute and from that instant until 10 o'clock last nigut the joyful uproar was contin " ticus. There- was the heavy report - of bomb3 and the ceaseless crash of firecrackers. The town was dressed in the gayest of burning. The colors seemed livelier and brighter than they "liad ever been before. The display of -many of the business houses was su perb and many residences were elabo rately de:orated. As th day wore on a great many, visitors and citizens felt called upon to put "down the liquor traffic and tlhey made a noble, but only partially successful effort. The stock of many saloons was depleted, but not exhausted and all the saloons were still open for business when 'the day was done. There was in conse quence of this reform movement many arrests for drunkenness and fighting. But magistrates directed the pris oners to be turned loose; that was a day, they said, the like of which might never come again. The first regular event of the day was tlhe fire tournament, for which prizes amount ing to $250 had been offered. Three teams were selected and company com petition was avoided. The teams , were under the charge of Captains A. ' E. . Cobb, William Evans and Dick Tobin. The first event was a 100 yard race for water. Captain Evans' team won in twenty-nine seconds against Cobb's team in thirty-two sec onds. The judges were ex-Chiefs Good man and Davis, ex-Secretary Shott, T. W. Pemberton, J. L. Gant and George Use Turkish Laundry and Mission Borax Soaps. Sold By t F. KELLNER'S Cash Store. Loring. The ladder climbing contest was won by A. E. Cobb in six sec onds. The running high jump was won by J. F. Curns, five feet. The tug-of-war between the firemen and cattlemen was won by the former. Quite a large crowd went to the park to see the bicycle Taces, but the track was in such a shape that they could not be run. They will take place ac cording to programme at 2:30 this af ternoon. Late in the afternoon it was decided to postpone the parade until this even ing, when it will take place at 7:30. The exercises at the city hall plaza were also abandoned. The day closed splendidly with the fireworks at the. circus grounds near the East End school house. That feature, toe, would probably have been postponed but for the fact that the large set pieces had been put up. The parade this evening in Shonor of the departing soldiery is regarded as a continuation of the events of yesterday. PHOENIX SOLDIERS. The First Cempeny of the Regiment Mustered In. A Grand Demonstration Will Attend the Departure of the Boys Tor Whlpp'c Barracks Tonight. Phoenix's company of Governor Me- Cord's regiment was mustered in yes terday. It! was intended make this ceremony a feature of the celebration but on account of the rain it wa3 aban doned. The men were brougiht up at the Hotel Adams early in the morning. There were 117 who had been accepted. This number was cut dewn to 110 men and the non-commissioned officers were appointed and were assigned their places. The list as corrected is as fol lows: Captain, Frank G. Russell; first lieutenant, J. W. Crenshaw; second lieutenant, Forest W. Hill; first ser geant, Edward- M. Lamsan; quarter master sergeant, James A, Parks; Reg. adjutant, George D. Christy; ser geants, Dennis J. Rice, Charles W. Noyes, Charles Williams and Thomas McGuire. Corporals William S. McClintcck, Oscar L. Pease, Nathaniel Johnson, John B. Miegan, Walter B. Kibby, Geprge W. Clark, Harry H. Alexander, William A. Jacquette, Claude C. Early, James M. Long, John J. Buckley. Musicians, Charles F. Cobbin, Ed ward M. Whitney. Artificer, John Bush. Wagoner, Thomas Coyle. I Privates Joseph Arnold. Thomas H. Beatty, Charles R. Cox, Bartholomew Crean, James Crowley, Frank Clifford, Alonzo Childers, George Critzman, Fred C. Christy, Frank Chase, George Detmar, John Durkin, Richard T. Davis, M. Dancer, John J. Estabrook, J. T. Etter, Clifford Farrington, G. F. GUlett, B. T. Grimm, D. Greenberg, G. E. Hale, A. D. Hinton, J. G. Harris, E. L. Hudson, F. Hinson, J. Hicken, A. H. Heydarn, G. S. Hutson, O. M. Judd, T. N. Linville, E. Logsdon, F. R. Lisenbee, J. LeRoy, F. J. Loesch, R. E. Linville, H. LeFever, F. C. Layman, H. Lampe, W. J. Ladner, J. Maloy, F. W. Monett, W. M. Mosher, D. Mcin tosh, O. O. Matthews, F. N. McCall, W. E. Miller, L. G. McClackey, J. Mauson, C. Meyers, R. E. Moore, J. Morgan, J. M. McGraw, TJ. S. May, Guy McCordi, F. Murray, J. J. Mealey, R. E. McGuire, I. N. Nichols, R. M. Price, J. Porterie, H. W. Packwood, J. R. Reid, J. E. Roach, H. E. Boyce, J. F. Ryan, W. J. Ragsdale, B. Remmer, C. N. Smith, J. Stewart, J. J. Sullivan, A. Schultz, G. W. Stockoe, W. C. Sail ing, G. Salmon, F. Utterson, E. Wetz ler, E. Wanger.F. M. Welden, C. Worthingham, E. E. Wade, H. H. Weaver, A. J. Wilson, H. Wilding, T. Zimmerman. The company will leave tonight for Whipple Barracks and the boys will be given a send-off which they will not soon forget. The parade which had been set for yesterday evening was abandoned on account of the rain, and the management resolved to make it a part of the ceremonies attending the departure of the boys. The original programme will be carried out, the only change being in the line of march, which will be along Washing ton street from the Lemon hotel to Sixth avenue, counter-marching to First avenue and down First avenue to the S. F. P. & P. depot The line of march will be illumi nated by the fireworks that were not set oft last night. The governor and officers are highly pleased with the company, which, it Is believed, will be the banner organiza tion of the regiment. There is one thing in connection with its forma tion wthich is worthy of special men tion. Guy McCord, a son of the gov ernor, enlisted as a private, whereas the governor of New Mexico ha3 lately made his son a lieutenant. MOURNING FOR O'NEILL. Governor McCord Sends a Message of Condolence. All the joy of yesterday in Arizona was marred by a knowledge that one of tihe territory's bravest sons had gone forever. Even the news of the glorious victory of Admiral Sampson did not bring forgetfulness that Bucky O'Neill was dead. Wherever two or more men met, he was the subject of conversation and Sis good deeds were called up again. Persons who arrived from 'other parts of the territory brought word of a general sorrow. Governor McCord yesterday sent the following message to the widow of the gallant captain: "Phoenix, July 4. "To Mrs. William O. O'Neill, Prescott, Arizona: "It is with great sorrow Chat I learn of your husband's death. He died bravely, leading his men in defense of his country. He died with his face to the foe that his country might live. Every loyal heart in Arizona sends out to you its deepest sympathy. All Ar izona mourns his death. "MYRON H. M'CORD, "Governor of Arizona." The following special describing the mourning at Prescott was received by The Republican yesterday: "Prescott, July 4. "The city council met in special ses sion last night and passed resolutions deploring the loss of Mayor O'Neill. Resolutions will be offered at the exercises in the court house this morning rejoicing over the news of the destruction of Cervera's fleet and the safe arrival of the Manila flotilla. It is tempered) by regret over Arizona's sacrifice cf heroes at Santiago." MR. KOSIK'S STATEMENT. He Denies That His Wife Was Forced Into Marriage. Andrew Kosik, whose- matrimonial troubles have been alluded to in this paper, came in yesterday from the Gar cia mine where he is employed. Mr. Kosik, it will be remembered, married a daughter of Mrs. C. J. Beauvais about three months ago. They sepa rated the following morning and ihave not livedt together since. Mr. Kos!k called at The Republican office last night to make a public denial of a statement made by his wife that she never loved him and nly married him because her mother compelled her to do so. He says that the marriage was a tripartite affair and that all the parties entered into it with perfect accord. After tlhe separation and de parture of Mr. Kosik he say3 he be gan receiving letters and telegrams from his wife urging him to come back. Then she sent another class of messages, saying that she never want ed to see him again. Then the tone of her correspondence was changed again and he was implored to return. Mr. Kosik was confused by his wife's er ratic course. He came back to Phoe nix and found his wife in an un friendly mood. She told him that she had been informed that he was an unnaturalized Dutchman.' Mr. Kosik denies the allegation. He has lived in this country twenty-seven years, was made a citizen at Baltimore, has never stolen anything, imbrued his hands in the blood of any other man or has done anything else he was ashamed of. DR. MARY WALKER EJECTED. Insisted on Waving Her Handkerchief in the Senate Gallery. Washington, July 4. Dr. Mary Walker was- invited to leave the cap! tol building because of Iher action in the senate gallery. Dr. Mary Walker was noticed a day or two ago to wave her handkerchief when something was said in the senate that particularly pleased her. The doctor is strongly against the annexation of Hawaii, and whenever anything was said in the senate that pleased iher by the anti- annexationists she waved her hand kerchief. The authorities at the capitol being told of this breach cf the senate rule on the part of the doctor, gave instruc tions that should sihe make her appear ance in the gallery and commit a like offense agains she be ejected. She again took a seat In the gallery, and when Senator Roach spoke waved her handkerchief vigorously. The door keeper at once invited her to leave the gallery, and as she was about going out of t&e door, in order to show her defiance for senatorial rules and her loyalty to anti-annexationist princi pies, she made a parting wave of her handkerchief, as if to attract the at tention of the senators on the floor. She was taken down stairs and escort ed to the entrance to the capitol, and told to stay away as long as she was unable to comply with the law. BASE BALL. At Chicago Cleveland, 11; Chi cago, 2. At Washington Brooklyn, 4; Wash ington, 2. At Pittsburg Pittsburg, 9; St Louis, 1. Second game, St. Louis, 12; Pittsburg, 7. At Washington Washington, 9; Brooklyn, 5. At Cincinnati Cincinnati, 9; Louis ville, 4. Second game, Cincinnati; 11; Louisville, 0. At Baltimore Baltimore, 12; Phil adelphia. 5. At New York Boston, 6; New York, 4. At Baltimore Baltimore, 9; Phila delphla, 2. At Chicago Chicago, 4; Cleve land, 3. At New York Boston, 10; New York, 3. MARKET REPORTS. LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. Wholesale Prices Current. EGGS, BUTTER AND CHEESE. EGGS Ranch, per doz. 1317V.. BUTTER Ranch, per lb, 2025; north ern creamery, per lb, 25; Maricopa cream ery, IS. CHEESE Eastern, full cream, per lb, 1515&; home, 1112. BEANS. BEANS Per cwt., small white, 1.7: 4.00; Lady Washington, 175i.OO; pinks, 4.004.25; lima, 6.005.25. POTATOES, ONIONS AND VEGE TABLES. POTATOES New potatoes, L752.00. ON IONS Ptr cwt., 1.601.S5. VEGETABLES Beets, per cwt., 125 cabbages, per cwt.. ?2.252.50, cor rots, per cwt, 2.00; evapor ated chiles, per lb, 30; green onions, per doz. bunches, 25; lettuce, per doz. heads, 1015; radishes, per doz. bunches, 25; spinach, per doz.. 25; string beans, 8 per lb; summer squash, per box, 65; artichokes, 6075 per doz.; asparagus, per lb, 10; rhubarb, per lb. 7; cucumbers, 2(40 per dozen: tomatoes per lb5e. DRIED FRUITS, NUTS. RAISINS. RAISINS London layers, per box, 1.75; loose, per lb, 45; seedless Sultanas, amo. DRIED FRUITS Apples, evaporated, fancy, per lb, 1011; peaches, fancy, 7 8; choice, 67; pears, fancy, evaporated, 714; plums, pitted, choice, 8; prunes, choice, 7, fancy, 910. NUTS Walnuts, paper shells. 1012, fancy soft shells, ISSla. hard shells, 8; almonds, soft shells, 1112, paper shells, 910; pecans, 810; filberts, 810; Brazils, 1012; pinones, U12; peanuts, eastern roasted, 1112, raw 89, home raw 78, roasted, 10 U. FRESH FRUITS AND BERRIES. Lemon?, per case, cured, .754.00: med.. Sweets J2.502.75, per box; St. Mich aels, $3.003.25; peaches 6S per lb; early pears,- 10 per lb; watermelons per dozen. 1,252.25: extra charge for crate and barrels. Canteloupes and musk-melons 50 cents to $1.50 per dozen. Strawberries, Arizona Everbearing, per lb basket 15c. cherries, per box, 1.00 1.25; blackberries, per basket. 15; ap- 1.25: blackberries, per basket, 15 Pmns Somonl plums, 10 cents per . Currents, Red English 20 per ft. Grape. Thomson's Seedless, and seedless Snl tanas 51.25 per crate. FRESH MEATS. Beef, per lb, 7; veal, per lb, ?; mutton, per lb, 6. GRAIN AND HAT. wheat Per cental for shipping. Jl .0; HAT Per ton, alfalfa, 8.00. BAELEY 1.50 per cwt. FLOUR AND FEED STUFFS. FLOUR Per bb!., local extra roller nrocesp. 5.00: grahftTn,2.75 per cwt.. whole wheat flour 2.50 per cwt., TORN MEAL White, 2.00 per cwt.; yellow, 2.25 per cwt. FEED STUFFS Bran, per ton, 15.00; rolled barley, 1.13 persack. POULTRY AND GAME. POULTRY Hons, good heavy per doz., 5.00?6.00; spring chickens. 4.00O5.00; fancy Pekin ducks, 5.507.00; turkeys, live, per lb. 15. HIDES, WOOL AND TALLOW. HIDES Dry, as they run, per lb, 12; kip. 10; calf, 14; bulls, 5. WOOL Nominal. T ALLOW per lb. No.l. 2c. PROVISIONS. BACON Breakfast, fancy, per lb,. 10 UBi. HAMS 10Vi10 f,or medium; 1010 for large. DRY SALT PORK Per lb. Shii&S, LARD Kettle rendered leaf, 50s 4.50, 10s 5.85, 5s 5.90, 3s 5.95. HONEY AND BEESWAX. HONEY Comb In frames, per lb, 10: strained, per case, 6.00. BEESWAX Per Pi, 22(324. -LIVESTOCK. HOGS Per cwt, 3. CATTLE Prime steers, per cwt, 4.00 4.10; cows and heifers, 3.25; sheep, weth ers, per lb. 4; ewes. 3; lambs 5. COFFEES AND SUGARS. COFFEES Rios, 1315; Central Amer ican, 1820; Peaberry, 2022; Mocha and Java, 3031; Arbuckles 12.5012.80 per case. SUGARS Granulated cane, per cwt, 7.007.15; cube, 77; powdered, 7; C, 6& per lb. STOCK CALOMEL, CRESYLIC OINTMENT, CHLOROFORM, Pure and Crude Carbolic Acid, A-t Rook Hottom Prelos. OPERl HOUSE PHARMACY, . . II, KEEi'ER 11 op. mi (Mariani Wine.) "Vin Mariani gives to my 'White Fathers,' sons of Eu rope, the courage and strength to civilize Asia and Africa." Cardinal Lavigerie. MARIANI &CO., 4$W.i5ftSL.NewYorL VERMILYE&CO. Bankers, Nassau and Pine Streets, New York City. Dealers in U. S. Government BonoVs and Other Investment Se curities. Deposits Re ceived and Interest Allowed on Balances. Theldeal FrenchTonic GEO. H. COOK, WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY. Special Design:, in Jewelry to Order. Pine Watch Work and Engraving a Specialty. ... WASHINGTON ST.; FIRST DOOR WEST OP POSTOPf ICC CHEAP MONEY 6 per Residence and Washington street business property for sale on installment plan, or part cash, balance on time to suit purchaser, at 6 per cent per annum. Great opportunity. Five-stamp quartz mill for sale. HOADLEY, TIRNBULL & CO., GENERAL BROKERS. THE SENATE & SALOON and RESTAURANT Imported Wines, Liquors and Ggars. & & & The Traveling Man's Home. JEROME, - - - - ARIZONA JEFFREY Roller, Steel and Special Chains for Conveying; Machinery. For Hanli Material of All Kinds. Coal mining machinery, wire cable conveyors for long and short distance conveying Western branch, Denver, Colorado. THE JEFFREY MF'G CO., Columbus. Ohio. General Electric Company, COMPLETE EQUIPMENT FOB Electric Lighting. Electric Powei Electric Long Distance. Power Transmission. Electric Mining Apparatus. Sales Offices: Boston, Mass. Baltimore. Md. Celumbus, O. SAX FRANCISCO, GAL., DFSVKR, COT... PORTLAS1), OR., 16 First St. 605 Sixteenth St. Worcester Bld'g. New York, N.Y. Syracuse, N. Y. Buffalo, N. Y. Philadelphia, Pa. Pittsburir, Pa. Atlanta, Ga. Dallas, Tex. Cincin atl, O. Nashville, Tenn. Chicago, 111. Detroit, Mioh. NewO Uti.f. St Leuis. Mo. Mention The Arizona Republican. Hunter Baltimore Rye The American Gentleman's Whiskey. Warranted a pnre Tonic Stimulant, recommended by physician and known as the choicest whiskey for family and medlsal use. Soli at ill rmt-ClaM Cafes cent per annum. Adams Hotel. The Family Market Basket Is always a source of curious delight 'when filled with, delicious and tempt ing food products. Our stock is al ways so fresh and high grade, the aroma of our coffee and teas so fine, and our service so satisfactory, that a basket of groceries from us means future enjoyment. The Kessler-Eojle Grocery Co. AN ECONOMICAL HOUSE KEEPER should always buy the best refrig erator that is made, for it will save enough In food In a season to pay for itself. Our refrigerator is economical In consuming ice, and neither flesh, fish, fowl or anything in the way of eatables will spoil in It in the hottest weather, if you keep a fair amount of lee in it. B. . fflIP HARDWARE CO. Elevating AND Bailways. Wm. Lanahan & Son, Baltimore. Md. Mention The Ariiona Republican.