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TILE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MORNING, A UO UST 7, 1900.
5 t Cards of thanks, notices pertaining: to organizations and societies, church fair or socials, will not be printed In ' Tb Republican except when pal tor. LOCAL BREVITIES. MUSIC LESSONS. Pupils wanted for guitar and man dolin. Terms 50, 75 and U per lesson, fall at Mrs. Brown's millinery store, Kast Washington street. Men wanted to work on railroad be tween Bisbee and San Bernardino,, 'Arizona. Transportation free from BMmon by applying to agent of Naco sart railway, at Bisbee, Arizona. For the best ice cream soda go to Jiiuehart's. 209-11 West Washington. 'Our latch-string is always out, and within can bo found the finest In our line. Kinehart's Confectionery. Say, would you gle J25 to be free from that tired feeling? If so, try an OXTGENOR. OXYGENOR CO, 41 West Adams St. ' OXTGENOR cures spinal meningitis and all children's diseases. OXTGENOR CO., 41 West Adams St. Denver for a song, rta the Santa Fe lines (the route that made Phoenix fa mous), every. Thursday, at the rate of 961. ' Come early and avoid the rush. ;. f E. W. GILLETT, G. A. And time Is money. The Union Pa cific makes the quickest Urn to nearly ail points East. Tet air! Get a Nettleton Shoe next time. It will pay you. WILBOK WOOLDKIDQI, Bole Agta. X. A. S paulding sells real estata, Of loe No. 41 West Adams straat. Santa Fe California special train. (The route that made Phoenix fa mous.) Will run through special train, leaving Phoenix every Thursday morn ing, arriving Los Angeles following morning. Call early and make your Pallman reservations. -.- E. W. GILLETT. G. A. San Francisco excursion via Santa Fe lines (the route that made Phoenix famous), every Thursday, at the rate of $46.95; cheaper than staying at home. tea lrl Get Nettleton Shoe next time It will pay yon. WILSON 4k WOOLDRIOOE, Bole Agts. FOR OVER FIFTY TEARS Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, al lays all pain, cures wind colic and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. INVENTORY SALE Our time of invoicing is on and we have some big bargains 'to offer during the month. Mason's Jars, pints ; 75c. Quarts 95c, Half gallons $uo A 23-pound Platform Family Scales, good for weighing fruit and butter... $1.29 Himmocks, from 98c to $4.20 I'e Cream Freezers, 15 per cent re duction. Twenty per tent discount on all dou ble barrel Shotguns. Summer Laprobes or Dusters 49c, 69c, 79c , Genuine Northwood Decorated Glass Water Sets, from $1.73 to $2.49 China Ice Pitchers, with bridged lip. .. 79c A good line of genuine Razor Strops, from .... Horse Hide 30c to 85c. 1 uring the month of August we'wi'l give a 5-gallon galvanized oil can or a water set, pitcher, six glasses and tray, with every standard Wickless lilue Flame Oil Stove sold. Trade with us in all camp outfit goods. It will pay you. mvlDSON'S CASH BARGAIN ST0RL FIts Doors East of PoatofDes. Beit Plsee to Trade in Arlioaa. OP Tpl PHOENIX WEATHER. The following weather conditions pre vailing in Phoenix yesterday were re cited by ths Halted States weather bureau: 5:30 a. m. 5:30 p. ni. Barom. pressure 29.86 29.74 Tern, dry bulb ..v 72 101 Tern, wet bulb ....57 85 Tern, maximum 98 102 Tern, minimum 72 70 Rel. humidity .".38 ll Wind, direction NE W Wind, velocity 2 6 Precipitation 0 0 State of weather Clear Clear NOT A SALOON FIGHT. The- su burban fight referred to in yesterday's issue did not occur in the East Kn4 sa loon, but back of it on the gun club's grounds. JUSTICE JOHNSTONE BETTER. Captain Hi McDonald yesterday re ceived a letter from Charlie Johnstone saying that he and his father, Justice Johnstone, had arrived at Los Angeles and that the condition of the latter was steadily improving. His fever has left him. After a short stay in the city they Intended to go to Long Beach. ' MISS KENT RECOVERING. Miss Ethel Kent of West Madison street, upon whose skull a trepanning opera tion was performed several weeks ago. Is recovering in a most encouraging manner. Dr. Thomas who has charge of the case, says that the operation en tirely removed th pres.-ure on th brain and did away 'with her nervous trouble. MINE FROMISES WELL. Mr. W. C. Foster, clerk of the district court, prturn-d Saturday fr.jm a trip to the Cave Creek region, where he, with three other gentkmen. own the Little Favor ite mine. Mr. Foster states that the prospect there is exceedingly promising. The first sample of ore from the dump assayed six ounces of gold and thirty- eight ounces of silver. A PHOENIX VISITOR. The Dally Outlook of Santa Monica cays con cerning a Phoenix visitor: "Mrs. Frank Black, an accomplished musician of Phoenix, Ariz.. i3 summering here as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. Sues. Mrs. Black is an old friend of Mr. Suas. both having been born in the sams city in Austria. Mrs. Black Thile hero Is entertaining Mr. Sues' many friends bv performing on the piano." A DANGEROUS POST. On the cor ner of Fourth avenu: and Washington street there is a post set out in the street that will probably bring the city into a lawsuit for damages at no very distant day, as It is very dangerous and a menace to evory horseman that turns that corner. If this matter is brought to the notice of the city council it will probably be corrected in time to save trouble. ARRESTING BICYCLISTS: The police department, a month ago, threat ened to enforce the ordinance requirif? the carrying of lights on bicycles. Last night they began the enforcement of tht law and the entire force was out in search of rider9 who were minus the necessary lamps. One unfortunate who gave his name as H. C. Busse, and who said he was a railroad man, fell into the clutches of the skuths and will be mulcted $3 this morning. WILL LOCATE HERE. Miss Erba Robeson, an artiste of much ability and well known as a pionter in certain musical circles, both in a vocal and an instrumental way, was in the city yes terday. Miss Robeson was en route from Nogales to Jerome, and will re main at the latter place for some time, in the pursuit of her art. Tlu-n she will return to Phoenix and remain here. Miss Robeson is particularly accom plished in the rendition of those favor ite southern melodies, the darky mel odies, but equally well versed in the higher c.asses of music. THE MOQVI INDIAN DANCE. Those who intend attending the Moqul enake dance this year will have to ob tain permission from the agent of thi tribe, Mr. Charles E. Burton, of Keams canyon, Arizona. Permits will be granted upon application, but no one will be allowed to remain on the res ervation without one. No more exca vating will be allowed among the ruins on the reservation without a permit from the department at Washington, and then only under certain restric- Ice Cream Soda With Crushed Fruit 10c. We believe in serving this popular refreshment of the same high standard obtained in our drugs. Pure, whole some. The people who buy drugs of us are the people who want the best and the people who buy our ice cream are the people who want the best. Good drugs and good soda should go together. Try Kola Nervine, 5c. The talk of the town. THOMAS' DRDG STORE. 240 C. WASHINGTON ST. BLANK BOOKS AND BUSINESS STATIONERY you will find in everything that the business or professional man needs in the best quality at prices that you can't beat in Phoenix. Our stock is full and complete at all times, our blank books are of the best improved manufacture, and our inks, paper, envelopes, pens and pencils are of standard makes. We also have books and periodicals of all kinds. The Pboenix Stationery & Nevs Go 10 siid 12 V. Washington St., Telephone 297. " The Mill Cannot Grind . ivith Water That's Past." A fagged out, tearful little 'woman said this in telling her cares and weaknesses. Her friend encouraged by telling of a relative who was cured of just such troubles by' Hood' s Sarsap&rilla. The little tvoman noa hit fears of joy, for she took Mood's, Which put her blood in prime order, And she Uvea on the strength of the present in stead of mmrrying About that of the past. Told Her Friend "After having goitre on my neck 42 years Hood's Sarsa parilU completely cured me. I was so glad I told friends about it and a lady in Wisconsin tvho read of my cure told me she also took Hood's for the same trouble and was aired. She thanked me." Mrs. cAnna Sutherland, Kalamazoo, iMich, Hond'i Hlls cure liver ills; the non-Irritating and only cathartic to take with Hood'i Sarnparilla" tions. Exploring parties In th past few y;ars have abused the privileges given them and the department was compelled to make stringent rules In regard to the destruction of these old and Interesting ruins, RAILROAD CHANGES. Several changes In the local office of the S. F. P. & P. have occurred lately. W. E. 'Carver, who has been holding a cler ical position, has been appointed agent at Wickenburg. The vacancy was filled by the promotion of J. E. Brady, who has- been In the fr-lght department. Mr. Brady is succeeded by Walter El llngson, for a long time a messenger for the Posta'. Telegraph compa.iy. Walter is young, but reliable and faithful. Not long ago he was a carrier for The R publican and this paper never had a better carrier. PLAYING GOOD BALL. The arti cle of base ball produced bv the D- 1 Mund team, in the game Sunday with the True Blu; nine, has aroused much interest among local lovers of the na tional game and stirred u;1 hope for many good games before the end of the season. No games have as yet be n arranged with the Tucson nine, but probably will be, a series being llktly before the Denver team comes to Ari zona. Th? De-Mund team is practicing daily and shows steady Improvement. Several changes may b? made in tha team, there being plenty of material from which to choose. A PARDON FOR GRAF. Acting Governor Akers yesterday granted a pardon to Charles Graf, who Is serving a sentence at Yuma from Gila county for eight years for the killing of his partner, Preston Kli ;, at Globe a little more than a year ago. It was generally believed that all the facts wire not brought out at the trial, but that Graf had good reason to believe that he was acting In self deft nse. Judge Doan. be fore whom Graf was tried, was espec ially active in the movement fo. his pardon and the petition was signed by most of the business mon f Globe and by all the trial and grand jurors who could be found. PREPARING FOR SCHOOL. The Phoenix schools will open September 10 and the various buildings are being put in condition for the reception of lh.; pupils. In most of the schools but mrior repair, are being made and all are in excellent condition. At th.? Cen tral building the most extensive changes are b ing made. A good d ;al of plumbing is being done and the sanitary conditions will be much im proved. The toilet rooms will be moved further away from the main building. Many of the pupils from the country bring their lunches with them and a room for thiir accommodation is being fitttd up in the basement. ' A YOT'THFt'L BUM. Officer Dowell yesterday morning picked up as thor ough a bum for his age as may be found in the United States. The officer ob served him about the streets and sus pecting him of being a beggar, fol lowed him.' He pursued his work in a systematic manner. He let no house or business place escape him. He wa3 not successful everywhere, but was getting along so well that when the officer picked him up he had $24.85. the result of a little more than a day's work. He said his name was Thomas Sherry and that his age was sixteen. H was turned loose on his promise to get out of town. He started but was so anx ious to resume busine ss that he didn't wait until he got out of the officer's range of vision. He was rearrested and locked up. He was brought Into police 4 ' Underwear )i to Your Measure Deiniel Llncn-Mcsh we niak? to your measure. No txtra charge. AVe take your measure, the same as for a ehii t or a suit of clothes. Th- result is that your un derwear fits you perfectly. One great point in favor of this underwear is that the; wearer never catches cold. SAMPLES ON APPLICA TION. O McDongall Gage Co. f Mzeloalv Fcialabs W SHext Door to Bants Fe By. Office J Warm Weather Luxuries Headquarters for the latest and best Is Our specialties: RASPBERRIES. LOGANBERRIES. STRAWBERRIES. BLACKBERRIES. JEROME PEACHES. NECTARINES. YUMA GRAPES. MEXICAN LIMES. FANCY TOMATOES and GREEN CHILt. FRESH FIGS. The famous ARIZONA KHAKI CANTELOPE8. GERMAN DTLL PICKLES, MAN ZANILLA OLIVES, CHEESE, etc., in cold storage. All our Watermelons are kept in cold storage twenty-four hours before being sold. Court, one arm In a sling on account of an injured hand, hurt, he said, by a barbed wire. All examination of the hand disclosed a scratch on the palm which looked as If It had been made on purpose and was kept sore by the ap plication of carbolic acid salve. Sherry said he had come from Colfax county, N. M., and was on his way to Yuma, where he said he had an uncle, John Williams, living. He was sentenced to thirty days in the city jail, where he will be kept pending a r.-ply to a letter which the recorder told him to write to his uncle. He was not very enthusi astic about- writing, but finally sent two letters, one to Yuma and one to EI Paso. It is the concensus of opinion about the police court that if he is kept In jail until he hears from his uncle, John Williams, he will be a life pris oner. SAFE BREAKER'S OUTFIT. While workmen were yesterday morning clearing away the debris which had ac cumulated in an old adobe house be longing to E. E. Prowell on Jackson street, adjoining the buildings of the Saginaw Lumber company, thty un covered a safe breaker's outfit. It con sisted of two sticks of giant powder, a small steel drill and a small instru ment for tamping the hole made by the drill. The powder and tools were evi dently the property of the unknown people who were engaged in breaking safes in Phoenix a little Uss than a year ago. At various times articles were found cached in this house. The owners were supposed to be tramps who had hidden the things away In, a place convenient to the railroad. PERSONAL MENTION. Mr. W. C. Foster will. leave Thurs day for a lsit to the Grard canyon. Miss Florence Hanny of North First avenue will leave this morning for a visit to Iron Springs. Professor George H. True of the experimental farm will leave in a few days fcr a visit to Los Angeles. Mr. Harry Galliver of the Phoenix National bank will leave next week for a visit at his old home in Michigan. At the Hotel Adams are Gus E. Dorn.. San Francseco: George Mitchell, So nora. Mex., and M. L. Duden, Los An gelts,, Mr. Thomas E. Fari.sh left last night for Hermosi!lo Sjnora, having been sent Jar to examine some mining prop erties in the mountains southeast of Hermosillo. He will return In tim to take part in the democratic territorial convention. ME. TALBOT RESIGNS Ee Is No Longer Commissioner of Immigration. A meeting of the board of supervis ors was h;ld yesterday, m.st of the day being spen'. in auditing claims against the county. There was one claim which ceased to have existence. It was that of Mr. Walter Talbot for his services as commissioner of immigration. Mr. Talbot was appointed commissioner at the instance of the board r f trade. It was understood that the duties of the uffiee were to be performed by the sec-i retary of the board and that the salary would be paid to the ocarci along with whatever other appropriation the su pervisors might make under the so- There is no longer any question as to the superiority of bevel gears for power transmission in a bicycle. One of the first models of the Columbia Bevel-Gear Chainless ever built was ridden upwards of 29,000 miles on the road without serious wear of mechan ism a test which no chain wheel could have endured. Track records show the speed of the chainless so far to exceed that of the chain wheel that eompai ison Is useless. The economy of driv ing power in combination with the durability and cleanliness afforded by the chainless was fully appreciated by the cycling public during the stason of 1899. It is obvious that the advan tages of bevel-gear construction must, if anything, be more conspicuous with the drop frame than with the diamond frame, especially on account of there i ng nothing whacevcr to interfere with the ridi r's freedom of action. Th chainlets has nothing to entangle tho skirt, nothing to interfere with the quickest possible mount or olsmount from either side. The cae vith whi-Ji it may be kept clean and the fact that the mechanism pra ticaiiy maintains itself in perfect order, make it espec ially desirable for the woman rider. The neatness of the enclosed gear, the refined lines of the frame and the at tractive finish of the whole impart to this model a graceful appearance and style found in no other bicycle for women. Prices of chainless bicycles have been so reduced that now they are no higher than some makes of chain wheels. E. L. Andrews & Son have them at $50, $60 and $75, and-each wheel la guaranteed perfect and to make the rider no trouble. ARE YOU A LOVER Of fine footwear? The reaso n we have the largest trade on nobby shoes is because we klep the best makes which are right up to the minu te in style. We are the sole Phoenix agents for Laird, Schober & Co. ehoes. 'acknowledged by experts to make the finest womens' and children's footwear in America. Also Burt & Packard's mens' shoes and 101 other fine lines; in fact, .WE HAVE THE ONLY COMPLETE STOCK OF FINE SHOES IN THE CI TY. $3.50 Buys Liard. Schober & Co. fi sest French imperial kid tan lace Oxford. Made on the comfortable and shapely "Natura" last so popular everywhere. - ' . -tW They are made to sell for $4 and are sold for that price in all the principal cities. If. it Is the cheaper P-t grades of Oxfords you want w e'have all kinds, from $1 up. : o. I- i . A . J II. A. Diehl Shoe Go. r ?L So. 8 WEST WASHINGTON STREET, PHOENIX, ARIZONA. K FIRE! FIRE! Insure Your Property AGAINST FIRE These Dry Times. No. 32 First Ave. Telephone 220. Are SOLE AGENTS for N!NE of the Leading Eire Insur ance Companies of the World, AGGREGATED ASSETS, $100,000,000.. called commissioner of immigration law. There was some doubt concern ing ithe validity of the law, so that the appointment carried- with it an under standing that the board of trade should institute a test. In due time the com missioner's claim was put in, but no test suit was ever instituted, though it was frequently talked about. Mr. Tal bot grew weary of the position of claimant in which he found himself, so yesterday he went before the board, re signed his offie and withdrew his; claim with the formal statement that the county was not in debt to him for any salary on account of the office of com missioner. o A NEWS EXPEDITION. Derlin, Aug. 6 The German News society today started a news expedi tion to China for the purpose of report ing events entirely independent of En glish or news-gathering concerns. The expedition consists of twenty men equipped with field telegraph appar atus, auto-wireless telegraph and helio graphs. A BIG ELEVATOR. Chicago, Aug. 6. Work on the .M'0,000 bushel elevator of the Baltimore & Ohio Kailroad company was begun today at South Chicago. When completed it will be one of the best constructed ele vators in 'the United States. It will be built entirely of steel and cost about $500,000. Howard Dawson Successor to Gill & Foster. (The old Higgins Tlacc) The Onlv Exclusive Ice Cream Parlor in Phoenix. Ice Cream "Wholesale and Retail Soda Fountain. All Soft Drinks Dispensed. 205 W. Washington St., 'Phone 260 PALACE OF FASHION To Prove is to Convince. . We have convinced hundreds of customers that we make first-class fitting clothes at prices that defy competition. Our clothes in fit and workmanship are second to none. We have a large assortment of blue serges, flannels, brown and grays, imported worsteds, blue and black clay worsteds, Irish linens, for which we make special low summer prices. Remember, you will not pay for reputation. Before ordering your clothes give us a call and convince yourself. A. MENDELSON FINE TAILORING. IEADER . j jTVUALrrv 110 V. Washington Sf Near P. u . WEIRICMLMM 7 During a prepare for fire by insuring in there is nothing so handy as a tidy sum of iftfiurance." The'c'ost . is a mere bagatelle compared to the protection received. Don't invite danger by not being prepared for it, but see me at once and take out a policy. Also look into my bargains in REAL ESTATE. i I believe I can make m oney portunity and I'll do the rest. 4 J- Ernest Walker, insu aftoans. f NOTARY PUBLIC. 'Phone 50. 26 South Second Avenue. HIBBABD BUILDING. ooeooooooooooooooooooooooo 1 WE WANT to close out our g You Want 9 o o to buy one, it will pay you to come and see us. o. TALBOT & HUBBARD o o oooooooooooooooooooooooooo -wriY COFFEE ALS RESTAURANT SO WELL KNOWN? BECAUSE: We serve more Meals and oeat more guest. Are mora famoma In Coffee, Meats, Salads and Pastry. Axs the oldest Restaurant people In the aity nlns 7 tars la tk lnees). Eavs Cold Storage and Steam. Are up to date In ererytUaa. ICE CREAK WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. BEFORE BUYING or Organ, call and examine our large stock of instrument?. We will give you terms and prices that will surprise you. We sell the Steinway, Vose & Sons', Estey & Crown Pian os, also Crown & Estey Organs. Phoenix Piano 15 EAST WASHINGTON STREET. D. C. AKIN, Manager. H. C. MORROW & CO , Props. SEE THE NEW Pattern for 1900. JUST RECEIVED. Two Carloads of Fine Carriages, Up-to-Date Bujrgies and OLD HICKORY WAGONS. Pratt, Gilbert & Co. AGENTS. 30-34 SOUTH FIRST STREET. , W1 h- ft Drouths the best companies.' After a fire for YOU. Just give me the op- o o o o o o o o o o o o Refrigerators If is- A PIANO and Music House va- GAS RANGES PHOENIX LIGHT AND FIEL CO. Comfort Glasses ; That's the kind I sell. Comfort; to the weak eye, comfort to the tender ncre, comfort to nie, comfort to you. No word in the English language is more applicable- 10 my glasses antl mode of fitting than this good, old fashi. ned, homely word, COMtXKT A 1JLE. Will be home about August 3. ? DR. GEO. B. HRATT Arisona's Leading Optlolaa. Telephone 209, Ford Hotel Block. -