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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15, 1900.
5 Cards of thanks, notices pertaining to organizations and societies, church fairs or socials, will not be printed In The Republican except when paid for. LOCAL BREVITIES. Call up 'phone 309 and order your ice tTcam and our wagon will deliver It right at your door. Rinehart's, 209-ir West Washington Street. Tou can rent your tent for the camp meeting at Dorris Bros'. NOW OPEN. The Leland, Adams street, between Center and First streets. Nicely furnished rooms by the day, week or month. Transients ac commodated. MUSIC LESSONS. Pupils wanted for guitar and man dolin. Terms 50, 75 and U per lesson. Call at Mrs. Brown's millinery store, East Washington street. Men wmnted to work on railroad be tween Blstoee and San Bernardino,, Arizona. Transportation f re from Benson by applying to agent of Naco ari railway, at Blsbee, Arizona, For the best Ice cream sodas go to Rinenarfs. , 209:11 West Washington. ' -Our latch-string is always out, and wttfoln'can be found the finest In our line". Rinehart's Confectionery. ! . : Say, would you give $25 to be free from that tired feeling? If so, try an OXTGENOR. -OXTGENOR CO, 41 West Adams St. OXTGENOR cures spinal meningitis and all children's diseases. OXTGENOR CO., 41 West Adams St. Denver fora song, via the Santa Fe lines (the route that made Phoenix fa mous), every Thursday, at the rate of S(. Come early and avoid the rush. E. W. GILLETT, Q. A. And time Is money. The Union Pa cific makes the quickest time to nearly all points East. E. A. Bpauldlng sells real estate. Of fice No. 41 West Adams street. 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 Pullman reservations. B. W. GILLETT. Q. A. San Francisco excursion via Santa Fe lines (the route that made Phoenix famous), every Thursday, at the rate of (45.95; cheaper than staying at home. FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS Mrs. Winslow'e Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething. It oo'thes the child, softens the gums, al lays all pain, cures wind colic and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Our Clearance Sale. following our annual inventory is In teresting Phoenix people 'because it J covers a class of goods going at bargain prices thait are needed right now. Here are our bargains for the next week: 10-tooth Garden Rakes 25c Genuine Shepard's Lightning Freez ers ... , iz.ro Vaseline, genuine blue seal 5c 4 sheets Tanglefoot sticky fly paper.. 5c 2-gallon Water Coolers $2.10 Mason's Fruit Jars. 1 pint 65c Mason's Fruit Jars, 2 guarts 80c Mason's Fruit Jars, half gallons.. .$1.10 Agood Single barreled shotgun ...$6.45 22-caliber single shot ride $2.50 22-caliber single shot rifle, Stevens pat tern, absolutely safe for boys ...$3.75 No. 7 tin wash boiler 89c No. 8 tin wash boiler 9Sc A good assortment of Hammocks, for mer price $1.33, now 98c; $4.20, now $2.97; $2.90, now $1.87; $2.83, now $1.79. A beautiful present of a complete water ett, pitcher, six glasses and tray, will be given with every Standard Wickless Blue Flame Oil ' Stove sold this monnh. ' This stove is the best oil stove in the world; more of them in use than all the other makes added to gether. Come in and let us show it to you. Ice water and a chair for the tired and thirsty at our store. . HAVIDSON'S CASH BARGAIN ST0RL Five Doors East of Pes to (Be. ' Telephone No. 236 Three rings. Beit Plate to Trade in arlioia. flEWS TOWfi PHOENIX WEATHER. The following weather eonditfons pre vailing In Phoenix yesterday were re ported by th United States weather bureau: 5:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m. Barom. pressure ".. ... 29.83 29.76 Tern, dry bulb 75 100 Tern, wet bulb 53 64 Tern, maximum v.. ,...102 103 Tern, minimum .... 75 70 Rel. humidity 17 . 11 Wind, direction SE NW Wind, velocity 4 1 3 Precipitation 0 0 State of weather Clear. Cloudy. SOLD A FINE HORSE. Mr. Henry George returned yesterday from a trip of several days to Prescott.' , While there he sold to Mr. E. B. Gage a fine 3-year-old mare, a Kentucky tred animal brought west by Mr. George two months ago. DEATH OF J. S. VAN DUSEN. At noon Tuesday, at his home in this city, occurred the death of J. S. Van Dusen. The deceased was 80 years of age and his death occurred on his birthday. The Rev. J. M. Weems will deliver 'the address at the funeral service at 10 o'clock this morning. All friends are invited. BELTRAN HELD. Manuel Beltran was given a preliminary examination in Justice Gray's court yesterday on a charge of criminal assault upon Elvira Gonzalez, a little girl of six. The evi dence against him was overwhelming and there was. In fact, no attempt at defense. He was held to the grand jury in the sum of $1,000. TO Hl'NT BIG GAME. J. A. Big ham, formerly with the street car com pany, and the two Dilworth brothers, left several days ago, equipped far a camping trip to the Mngollon moun tains.' They will camp at the head of the Arizona canal until tbe first part of next week, when they will be joined by James Thompson of Clark's cafe. The four will then proceed up to the Ton to country .and over 'to the Mogollon mountains. Here they expect to find deer, bear and other big game and will .spend two or 'three months in hunting, probably going later to the White mountains. TOO MUCH HEAD. There is a two headed cat in alcohol at Ludlum's drug store. It is' rather a two-faced than a two-headed cat, with double facilities for eating, seeing, hearing and smell- i ing. It would probably have lived if it could not have eaten so much. A wo- I man who came into possession of, it was so eager to raise it that she fed it at both mouths and so it took in more j sustenance tihan it needed and more , than one stomach could digest. So it j died of indigestion, the victim of a head too great and too- numerous f r its body, the cause of death of many '; brilliant human genius. UNGROUNDED ALARM. A few days ago there was printed in The Re publican a statement that all kinds of photographis supplies had advanced sharply and great consternation was created among amateur photographers, of whom there ".are many in Phoenix. Mr. E. L. Andrews desires to correct the statement. He says there has been no advance whatever. Some time pre vious to January 1 on this year there had been an unaccountable fall in the price of paper and that was restored. but there was no raise in the price of any other material used by photo graphers, profesional or amateur. PROBATE COURT. In the case of the order to show cause in the estates of Charles I. Douglass and Anna E. Douglass why the administrator, S. P. Hoefer, should not be removed, a re-,, turn of the citation was made in pro- ; bate court. In the estate of P. H. Coyle a. petition was filed praying for the setting apart of the estate for the maintenance of the family of the de ceased. Arguments were heard against a.similar petition by the administrator of the estate of Charles H. Pierce, the other side paving been presented some weeks ago. Thomas E. Flannigan re plied on the part of the petitioner. A FILIPINO EXHIBIT. There is an interesting Filipino display in the win dows of Plnney & Robinson. It consists of a lot of articles brought from the Philippines by A. D. Zander of The Republican. Among them are an old Remington rifle and brass jacketed bul let, taken at the battle f Manila;, a bolo, a murderous looking short sword, 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' DRUG 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 i 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 Phoenix Stationery & tas Co lO.aiid 12 V. Washington St. Telephone 297.. , ' 41 He is Wise Who Talks But Littler This is only a half truth. If wise men had held their tongues, we should know nothing about the circulation of the blood. If it were not for this advertisement you might never know that Hood's Sarsaparilla is the greatest medicine in the world to purify and enrich your blood, create an appetite, give you strength and steady nerves. Impure Blood "Mycompexionws bad. Hood" s Sarsaparilla did much good by purifying my blood. SMy skin is noo clear. " cArtnie D. McCoy, Walsontown, Pa. Hood'a Pills cqre liver Hln : the non-irritating and only cathartic to take with Hood'B Sargaparill. and a Malay criss or creese, aong and homicidal dirk. These latter weapons were obtained by Mr. Zander on expe ditions in the country beyond Manila. There is also a peculiar looking knife, used for domestic purposes. The most interesting article of all, though, is a razor stcop, a piece of soft, spongy wood, which, Mr. Zander says, is in general use in the islands for whetting razors and is far superior to the strop of barber shops or private use. NEW RIVER STATION. W.. D. Piles, proprietor of the New River Sta tion on the Black Canyon road, was in town yesterday. Mr. Piles says prom ising mining exploitations are going on in that vicinity and there is a general air of liveliness and hope about the station. He brings the pleasing intel ligence that John Lewis, better known as "Forepaugh," is there. Mr. Lewis is the man who was robbed in a corral here a few weeks ago of several articles among which was a watch, whose winding required eight days. The robber overlooked cash to the amount of nearly $10, which Mr. Lewis had in his pocket! Forepaugh has since, un fortunately, recovered the watch, and everything else he lost except two packages of chewing gum,' which he was using at the time of the robbery. FAST TIME ON THE DESERT. C. C. Montgomery, who ennducts a ranch about seven fhile north of the city, was the victim of an exciting and disastrous runaway Monday. He was driving along the extension of North Center avenue when his horse beean.e frightened and f.;arte:l en a run across the desert. Sir. Montgomery was un able to check the career o the brue, but managed to stay in the cart, al though it swaytd like i ship in a storm as it bumped over minor mesas and arroyos. Finally the outfit came to a cottonwnod 'tre?. The hnrse dodged 'the obstruction, but the cart was not so aprile. Montgomery continued his progress, while the vehicle stopped. The former met the tree and as it was the stronger, Montgomery hesitated there and abruptly. AVhen he rgaine l consciousness he gathered the remain.? of the cart and going home found tin; horse there. He and I he cart came in for repairs yesterday. DEATH TO A H0ESE The Fatal Effect of Browsing Upon Oleander Leaves. A horse belonging to John Dani.'l. living west of ihe city, died of oleander poisoning yesterday morning. A couple of days before Mr. Daniel was offered $150 for the animal. Dr. F. O. Rich mond labored all night with the horse, but the' poison had gained too great headway. Dr. Richmond says that oleander leaves constitute the greatest peril 1o the equine race In this com munity and he suggests that the city council order the removal of all olean der trees in the street ind f t'hose whose overhanging boughs are within the reach of horses. " The effect of the poison is peculiar, hut so distinct and characteristic that it cannot be mistaken either in its. symptom or upoit pest mortem exam ination. The animal become? stui id. its head hangs low, bat it d'neu not scorn to be in any pain. The action of the poison immediately paralyzes the stom ach and 'arrests digestion, f r in this case, as in all others examined by the doctor, the contents of the stoma-'h OUR ALUMINUM CRUSH HAT I.,ight as f;-ather: texture line and firm, yet soft and pliable; conforms to the shape of the h- ad: stays on in the hardest blow, anl yet does not bind the head, rt is the acme of comfort, trim, neat and dressy. Graceful brim, firm at the edges. - No "breaking down." Comes in Black and Karl. Price $L50 Mail Orders Filled. McDougalGage Company. Exclusive Furnishers. Next Door to Santa. b'e Ry. office 5- 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 CHILI. FRESH- FIGS. The famous ARIZONA KHAKI CANTELOPES. GERMAN DILL PICKLES, MAN ZANILLA OLIVES, CHEESE, etc, in cold storage. All our Watermelons are kept in cold storage twenty-four hours before being sold. against which the leaves lay hrid turned black. There ,was no sign of the effect of the poison on the outer wall of the stomach. There was no breaking down of the tissues and none of the marks which usually accompany poi soning. A horse turned loose in a lawn or field where there are oleander trees is not likely to eat the leaves of the tree, but when hitched near a tree and out of reach of any other green thing, will try to eat them. The leaves .' are frequently blown into alfalfa fields and gathered up with the grass and eaten. Two horses belonging to the city; have died within the last few months and both are supposed to have been victims of oleander poisoning. On this account alone Dr. Richmond thinks the council would be justified in ordering the de struction of oleander trees within mu nicipal jurisdiction. A RED APPARITION Which Attracted Attention In Phoe nix Yesterday. There was a red apparition on the streets of Phoenix yesterday. A one horse wag'jA came rapHly up Jefferson street ao'ut neon an! turned Into Wall street. The face of th3 driver was covered with blood: his hands were covered with blood and blood dripped from the tips of his Angers. Now and then he threw his hands about and threw off a red spray which fell upon the horse and sprinkled a sack of Hour, papcr bags filled with potatoes and other provisions. The red man drove up Washington street and turned down Center to Justice Gray's office, where the man in red got out. He left a crimson trail across the sidewalk, gave a scarlet hue to the door-knob and shed blood upon the white shirt of Jus tice Gray while he was asking for a washbasin and a towel. These articles were furnished him and he began pros pecting in his red surface. After a while the familiar features of I. R. Karnes, tlte brick contractor, began to be disclnstd, though rendered s-me-what unfamiliar by a multitude of contusions and bruis s and deep cu's. Mr. Rarnes was not as greatly exeil- 1 as a man in his condition might reason ably have been expected to be. He said ho was a victim of Johif Willis, a machinist, who had attacked him while he was sitting peacefully and unsus pectingly in a chair at Williscraft'S foundry. A warrant was issued for Willis, who was brought in and pleaded guilty to an assault. He could not well do oth erwise in the face of the documentary evidence on file on the face of Mr. Barnes. He was fined $10. The assault was the outbreak of an aecumulalioE. of feeling during a period of two wears. Willis was the owner of a span of mules of whit'h he was justly proud. He leased them to Mr. Barnes who. Willis claims, brought them nto juxtaposition with some glandered horses and mules, with the result that his mules had to be killed. The par ties to tho controversy huv- been chew ing the rag about it ever since and were able to reach no satisfactory set tlement until about 1:15 o'clock yes tirday afternoon. o RAILROAD TAX CASES. Charlotte, N. C, Aug. 14. The North Carolina tax right against the railroads was renewed today when Special Mas ter James E. Shepherd and the at torneys interested, reopened the rail road tax assessment hearing. On July 23 the 'hearing was adjourned to this date because of important witnesses for complainants failing to appear. The case being heard today was brought by the North Carolina Corporation com mission against the Southern railroad company. It creates great interest and leading lawyers are in attendance at the proceedings. Bargains in Bicycles. WE HAVE A FKW SECOND HAND BICYCLES which we will close out AT LESS THAN COST TO t'S. Th. s3 wheels are all in good condition, with nearly new tires. In NEW bicycles we have: A good one for $L'3.(M) A better onaVor 23.00 A f till better one for SO.OO Another for 33.00 Then one for 40.00 And the best on varth for 50.00 CHAINLESS fr $."n, $iin or $73. E. L. ANDREWS & SON 28-30 N. First Avenue. Hi its a Peculiar Thing fl But there is always a difference between the way our shoes wear and shoes bought elsewhere at the r same price. We buy the best makes and are satisfied with smaller profits, that's all. FA. etBuying the BestSelling the Lowest For a lady's chocolate, gen uine but by selling at small profits Nothing ?L bio. 8 "WEST "WASHINGTON STREET, PHOENIX, ARIZONA. If FIRE! FIRE! Insure Your Property AGAINST These Dry Times WMIMIMM No. 32 First Ave. Telephone 220. Are SOLE AGENTS for NINE of the Leading Fire Insur ance Companies of the World, AGGREGATED ASSETS, $100,000,000. FKOM MISSOURI AND TEXAS. Goodfand, Kan., Aug. 14. The two 1'ni. n raeitie train robbers killed near here last week are believed to be Tom Jones and his brother, James, Mierouri and Texas desperadoes. EXCURSION TO CHICAGO. The Phoenix Short Line- will sell tickets via the S. P. and its connec tions to Chicago on August 19. 20, 21, 22 and 23, September 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 16. 17. IS, 19 and 20, at rate of $62.20, and will give passenger an oroer for a return ticket at rate of $12.43, account of the National Association of Merchants and Travelers. For full information call on M. & P. ag3nts or M. O. BICKNELL. G. P. A. The frozen delicacies you get at Rinehart's are made right. 20tt-ll W Washington street. CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING. Phoenix, Arizona, Aug. 10, 1900. There will be : a meeting of the Republican County Central commit tee of Maricopa county In Dorris hall Thursday, August 16, 1900, at 10 o'clock a. m., f;r the purpose of calling a county convention for the purpose of nominating county ticket and sending delegates to territorial convention and for such other business as may come before the committee. A. K. HINTON, Chairman. T. J. PRESCOTT, Secretary. Howard Dawson Successor to Gill & Foster. (The old Hiiiglns IMncu) The Onlv Exclusive Ice Cream Tarlor in Phoenix. Ice Cream "Wholesale and Retail Soia 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. . . LEADER IN j'2fSS 1 16 TT. Washington S',, Near P. u 82.00 vie kid, hand 'turn, silk vesting top Oxford. They are regular $2.50 value, X we sell so many more that it pays us. It certainly will pay you. Try it. But Solid Leather Shoes i FIRF IMQI IPAMfT K i i IN ALL THE BEST COMPANIES w " LOANS NEGOTIATED " J REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD ' VRENTS COLLECTED 2j i Keep Your Eye on This Space, It A J. EmeSt Walker, insurinne andlnans. r NOTARY PUBLIC. 'Phone HIBBABD WANTt TV ! to close out our 1 You Want to buy one, it will pay you to come and see us. O o o T A T TrVT"f O oooooooooooooooooooooo WhY COFFEE AL'S RESTAURANT SO WELL KNOWN? BECAUSE: We rve more Meals and oeat more geet. Art more famra aj Coffee, Meats, Salads and Pastry. Are the oldest Restaurant people In the elty nine yesjs tk lness). Ears Cold Storage and Steam. Are up to date In eTerrUiac IOB OBEAS WHOLESALE AND BBTA1L. BEFORE BUYING or Organ, call and examine our large stock of instruments. We will give you terms and prices that wll surprise you. We sell the Steinway, Vose & Sons', Estey & Crown Pianos, also Crown & Estey Organs. Phoenix Piano 15 EAST WASHINGTON STREET. D. C. AKIN, Manager. H. c. MORROW & CO , Props. SEE THE NEW t Prttfprn for IQOO. JUST RECEIVED. Two Carloads of Fine Buggies and OLD HICKORY WAGONS. Pratt, Gilbert & Co. AGENTS, 30 -34 SOUTH FIRST STREET. Telephone 2S3, Sord Hotel Block, Will Be a IXoney Maker for Tou. . Y4. 50. 26 South Second, Avenue. BUILDING. o o o o o o. o o o o o Refrigerators. If T TT TTVr A TTN IS- A PIANO and Music House OAS RANGES PHOFMIY I IftHT AMfl FIIFI m Carriages, Up-to-Date "The bright, black eye, the melting blue, I cannot choose between the two; l'.ut that is dearest all the while Which wears for me the eweetst smile.'' So sings the poet. The prettiest eye is not always tha perfect eye, in an optical sense. The smiling eye is the eye more fre-' qnntly without defect, simply because people with defective eyes are not so' ofun possessed of happy, jovial disposi tions. ; . Frowns, not smiles, follow eye strain. The removal of eye strain with prop erly adjusted glasses often brings smilts, ease and comfort. DR. GEO. B. PRATT r. . ArlBciia's Leadin Optician., ,