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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1900.
Cards of thanks, notices pertaining to organizations and societies, church lairs or socials, will not be printed in The Republican except when paid for. LOCAL BREVITIES. For 4he best Ice cream sodas go to Rineharfs. 209-11 West Washington. EXCURSION TO CHICAGO. The Thoenix 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. 18. 19 and 20, at rate of $62.20, and will give passenger an or&er for a return ticket at rate of $12.45, account of the National Association of Merchants and Travelers. For full Information call on M. & P. agents or M. O. BICKNELTj, G. P. A. THE PACIFIC fiROTTO is the best "T1.ACE" at which to eat in the city. J. A. R. IRVINE. The frozen delicacies you get at Rim-hart's are made right. ZO'J-ll W Washington street. You can rent your tent camp meeting at Inrris Bros' for the NOW OPEN. The Leland, Adams street, between Center and First streets. Nicely furnished rooms by the day, week or month. Transients ac commodated. Men wanted to work on railroad be tween Blsbee and San Bernardino,, Arizona, Transportation free from Benson by applying to agent of Naco sart railway, at Bisbee, Arizona. Denver for a. song, via the Santa. Fe lines (the route that made Phoenix fa mous), every Thursday, at the rate of $56. Come early and avoid te rush. E. W. GILLETT, G. A. And time Is money. The Union Pa cific makes the quickest time to nearly all points East. E. A- Spauldlng sells real estate. Of fice No. 41 West Adosos strMt. 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. E. W. GILLETT. G. 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 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. We Are Not CLOSING OUT of the Oil Stove business as some are i doing. Why should we, after the phe nomenal success we have had in selling them? Betwec n 170 and ISO of Standard Lighting Co.'s Wickless Blue Flame Oil Stoves in use in the valley and we will make it over 200 before the season Is over. The Standard is the highest priced stove, hut it is the be?t, and the best is always the cheapest. No oil standing in any pipe at any time. Absolutely safe. Simple as a teakettle. Usis kommnn koal oil. Costs about $1.50 per month to run it. Kool, Klean and Konvenient. A child can operate it. Don't buy oil stoves at any old price, but buy something that will do and stand the work. 2-burner Standard Wickless Flame Oil Stoves Blue $12.00 2-burnir Standard Wickless Blue Flame Cabinet 15.00 ! 3-burner Standard Wickless Blue Flame, low frame 16.00 3- burner Standard Wickless Blue Flame Cabinet 20.00 4- burner Standard Wickless Blue Flame, step-oven 28.50 5- burnrr Standard Wickless Blue Flame, step-oven 33.50 Don't fail to call and see these stoves. Ice water for the thirsty and a chair for the tired at our store. rUVIDSON'S CASH BARGAIN ST0RL Uti Doors last of Postofflea, Telephone No. 236 Three ring3. Beit Place to Trade In Arlioja. fiEWS PHOENIX WEATHER. The following weather conditions pre vailing in Phoenix yesterday were re ported by the United States weather bureau: August 20. 1900. 5:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m. liarimo'.er pro-sure 29.9S 29.93 Temp., dry bulb 72 93 Temp., wet bull) 61 C6 Temp., maximum 92 97 Temp., minimum 72 71 Relative humidity 52 23 ' Vind direction NE. NV. Wind, velocity 4 5 Precipitation 0 0 State of weath r . ..Cldy. CIdy. WM. O. ni'KNS, Section Director. THE HOARD OF TRADE. A regu lar meeting . f the board of trade will be held tonight. WATER POLO. The Phoenix water po'lo team has challenged the Tucson team for a matched cam. HURT BY A STREET CAR. Johnny I to ?, an R-year-old boy. was run down by a T'.icsen treet c-iv and stiff e-etl the breaking of his collarbone and two ribs. TRANSFERRED. By direction of the assistant secretary of war. 2d Class Private Thomas E. Bower, signal corps. Fort Orant. Arizona 'territory, is trans ferred to Fort McDowell, California. PINAL POLITICS. It Is reported that Sheriff Truman, of Pinal county, will make an effort to succeed himself in office and that L. K. Drais, through the means f the republican organiza tion, will try to checkmate- him. TENNESSEE MILL BURNED. The Tennessee mill, at Chlorifle, Arizona, was totally destroyed by fire early las: Wednesday morning. The mill cost about $35,000. and it is said was in sured for half the amount. The origin of the fire is unknown. PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES. The dispatches recently announced that John G. Wooley and Henry B. Metealf, candidates Tor present and vice-president of the United States, on the prohibition ticket, would travel across the continent and back on a special prohibition train. The train is to start fr to Chicago Septemb r 39th and go east by a northern route, then come west Dy a southern route, passing through Arizona. SUMMER IS WANING. J. W. Bal mer, a clerk at the Indian school, re turned yesterday morning from an out ing at Iron Springs He reports a pleasant visit, but says the nights are getting pretty chilly up tlure and the pe. pie who left to escape the hot wea ther have to huddle around the fireside in the early morning. The frost will soon b- on the pumpkins if there are any pumpkins on the vine in the vi cinity of Iron Springs. PALM TREES IN BLOOM. Among the ornamental trees of the city are thousands of fan palms, but it i- rar. ly they are seen in bIo.;m eithar from lack of age or s me other good reason doiibtliss) well known to gardeners. Rut just now there is a stately palm on the Washington str et side of the court house plaza that is in full bloom. The Mower stalks are very similar to a corn stalk or a bamboo and are quite long, bending over with the weight of thj blossom. PROBATE COURT. Samuel Brown, administrator uf the estate of ManuU 1 Gonzales, yesterday filed his final re port in the probate court, along with a petition for distribution. Hearing was set for August 31. A hearing of the final account of the administrator .f the t .state of C. H. Knapp. was heard and the account was approve. In the I matter of the petition of the adminis trator of the estate of C. H. Pierce for an order to se: aside the i state for the maintenance of a minor heir, the hear ing was continued until September 3. GLAD TO GET HOM E. W. M. May ers, who left here withihis family about ihe first of July, to attend the annual convention of Elks, which met in At lantic City. N. J., and to which body Mr. Mayers was a delegate, returned home yesterday morning. He says he is glad to get back, as the weather in all the eastern cities has been very warm and a great deal more disagree able .than Arizona' summer weather. On the way east he attended the Kan sas CiJty convention and drar.k in de mocracy from its fountain head. This, probably, as a safeguard against the Jersey miHjui;o. Among other places Prescriptions Everybody at some time or other is interested in good prescription service. That is the kind we offer and there are the elements that go to make it up: Pure drugs .exact weights and meas ures, intelligence in combining medi cines. We never slight quality, nor do we ever require untrained employes to handle prescriptions. Where you get the best ice cream sodas with crushed fruit in Phoenix. TflOMIS' DRUG STORE. 240 C. WASHINGTON ST. Books of Interest For lovers of good reading we are receiving daily in all the latest novels, from the pens of the best authors; books of travel and adventure and novels, as well as all the hading mag azines, monthlies and dailies will prove partic ularly interesting just now, as it deals with the leading questions of th? day, the Chinese war and po litical situation. The Phoenix Stationery & News Co 10 and 12 W. Washington St. ' Telephone 287, Be Strong in the Battle of Life. Happy is the person thor oughly prepared, by perfect good health, to ivin life's battle. This condition comes only with absolutely pure blood. Over 90 per cent, of humanity are troubled 'with a taint, impurity or humor of some kind in the blood, ivhich should be removed by Hood's Sarsaparilla, the best specific for both sexes and all ages. A Good Tonic "On general prin ciples I have taken Hood's Sarsapars as a needed spring ionic. It is a most excellent medicine." Hakon Hammer, Engineer, "Potfst&wn, Pa. Horwra nils enrw liver ills: the n on -irritating and only cathartic to take with flood' Sana part UiT of int. re-t visited was Mount Vernon, and since n K'ing George Vashingto:is taste in the selection of an ideal home. i hi" has a greater regard than ever f..r the memory of th faih r of his coun.ry. Mis. Mayers and s n Frank an; with relatives in Illinois and will remain there a few weeks longer. PAYS TO BE ENTERPRISING. Business enterprise not only attracts attention but commands r spect. Com menting on the action of the Phoenix board of trade in sending Secretary Chapman east on missionary w ik. the Tucson Star says: "Tucson should get some of the spirit of Phoenix' and let the country know something about us. where we are and the advantages of our section of Arizona. Phoenix and Prcscott are the only (wo towns in Ari zona that eastern people know anything about. Why not Kt them know some thing about Tucson and vicinfty? HOW MOFFATT WAS KILLED. A letter from Harrisburg received here yesterday gave an account of the con fession 'by Santiago Ortiz of the mur der of W. S. Moffatt, the store keeper at Harrisburg a week ago last Satur day night. Ortiz said that Moffatt was sleeping on a cot outside the store. He got a miner's drill sixteen inches long and, creeping up to where the old mm lay, struck him a tremendous blow on the head. He struck him twice more and the victim was still. The first blow had probably killed him. The murderer next ransacked the st re and coming out made sure work of the killing by striking the old man twice more. Then he rode off to Cullen's wells, little im agining that before twen'y-f : jr Aiours his journey would bring him back to the scene of his crime. THE WATER. The river made a b'.g bluff Sunday and for a little while Sun day evening there was a foot of wat r running over the Arizona Canal dam. Rut it fell again almost as rapidly as it had risen. eterday morning it had raised a foot or two at Tempt?, but by evening it was back to low ti le again and it took the water marly all day to run down thn river bed as far as I'luv nix. Last night i; was rep rte 1 rising again, though just how much was not learned. If the programme of small but frequent rises is continued for a few days it will be better even than a big (loo 1. The cl uds still indicate that it is raining in the mountains and there is every reason to hope that the whole valley will be soaked up at an early day. Already much good has h.en done in the upper part of the valley and the r:nals are running bank full north of the city, the water gradually working its way to the westward. The city ditches were well filled y. sterJay, some of them runnig over, anil in some parts T town the water rippled around the roots of tre.s that for six months or a year past have lived on nothing bi'.t air and sunshine. POLICE COCRT. Police court busi ness yesteiday afternoon was made i'p of lightlese bicycle riders, peace dis turbers and drunks. l'nder the two latter 'h.atJs came E I. R. et and a man who said the priest had christened him John Doe. That was all he knew about hi- name. They had been talking llu ently in the early m rning befjiv. and John Doe k it on talking in spite of Officer .Hole's remonstrance. At last he was forced to run John Doe in an1 Reed interfered, he said in court, to inquire what the row was all about. He was taken along and on the way used language which hurt the officer's sensi bility. In behalf of John Doe several men appeared and sw re that he wa a hard-working miner and was all right GIVt OUR GOODS A 1 RIAL fr fr fr and see if they arc not bet ter than what you have been buying. We know they are and you do not if you have bought none of them from ns. We want your , busi ness if you are looking for good goods at the lowest possible prices. It is only by comparison that we learn the difference BETWEEN WHAT IS (JOOD AND WHAT IS POOR. fr fr fr -3 fr fr fr fr fr fr fr fr McDougalQage Company. Exclusive Furnishers. Xext Door to Jvtntit Fe Hy. oftVe fr Our New Cold Storage System embracing eight separate and distinct refrigerators, now being installed by the McCallum Cold Storage Co. will soon be in operation, which will give us the best equipped market between Den ver and San Francisco. The comple tion of this system will mark a new era in our business, enabling us to handle the most perishable delicacies and viands during the hot summer months. If it's good things to eat you're after, in season and out of season, remember the up-to-date market Wholesale and Retail. when he was sober and was sober most of the time: that is. he did not ordi narily get drunk oftener than once every three years. This drunk, they said, was an off date affair. Upon this showing. Record r Jobs fined him $5 and one of h.s friends passed him a half eagle. The recorder was inclined to be easy with Reed, but Officers Bush and Doheney r.ealled hia lecord and a fine of $15 was imposed. Then officer Bush whispered to the recorder about a previous fine of $25 which had been satisfied only to the extent of $2. leav ing $2:'. That was attached to the sentence. PERSONAL MENTION. J. M. McLeish, of Chicago, is at the Hotel Adams. T. A .Lewis, of St. Louis, is registered at the Commercial hot I. Cicero Nicholas, of San Francisco, is registered at the Hotel Adams. Ezra C. Bartlett. of Tucson, register ed at the Hotel Adams yesterday. B. Andersnn has gone to San Jose, California, on a vacation of six weeks. Mr. W. F. Lawrence is spending a few days at the ranch of W. E. Thomas on Camp Creek. Mr. Robert Kane, manager of the cafe at the Hotel Adams, has been very ill for a few days. Joseph Lind, of San Luis Obispo, Cal., arrived here yesterday and is registereel at the C mmercial. A. Prince and family, of Casa Grande, arrived h re yesterday, registering at the Commercial hotel. Mrs. E. M. Mills and daughters. Misses Flora and Calla. will leave in a day or tvo for Chicago. J. W. Oat man, wife and son, of San Francisco, were among es:erday's ar rivals at the Hotel Adams. Governor Murphy returneel this morn ing from a short ntay with his wife and s ,u on the coast. He will leave in a day or two for the northern part . f the terri;ory, where he will meit Hon. Ring, r Hermann, commissioner of the general land, ottice and Hon. Thomas Ryan, first assistant secretary of the interior d. partment, who are on their way to visit the Grand canyon. ANTI-COMPACT TRUST LAW. Xew Orleans. Aupr. 20. The anti-compact law. passed by the Louisiana leg islature is t'day becoming operative, l'nder the law. the svamping office maintained in New Orleans by the Southea ?tern Tariff a.-seciation must be abolished. Compact Manager Har ris has made arrangements to continue his office a, an inspection bureau, which is provided for under the law. He expect.-! that considerable rate cutting will follow the elisbandment of the compact offic . There are already signs of slaughter in the dwelling rates of New Orleans. THE WILDERNESS TELEPHONE. Bangor. Me., Aug. 20. The r.fw tele phone line to the head of Chesuncook lake, in the wild rnrss of Maine was completed toiay. This will place sportsmen and r. hers in the wilderness which lies all about the Chesuncook lake in almost immediate communica tion with the outside world, where be fore they were from 4S ti SS hours dis tant in cases of extreme necessity. IMPORTANT RAILROAD CASE. Canton. S. p.. Aug. 20. The state boa t'd of railroad commissioners which met her; today began a case which will have important beanng on whether or no;, the various railroad companies hav ing lines in the state will be required to virtually double-track their roads. The hearing was granted in accordance with the pc-tilion of a number of farm ers who ask that the Chit-ago. Milwau kee and St. Paul railroad be compelled PANORAM KODAKS F or broad landseap s. views of cities from high buildings, ia'tersections of wide streets, dives beautiful pano ramic effee't. No. 1 Panoram "Kodak, picture 2'4x7 inches $10.00 No. 2 Panoram Kodak, picture :'-.xl2 inches $20.00 20 per cent Discount on all Kodaks Send for Kodak Catalogue. E. L. ANDREWS S SON 28-30 N. First Avenue. ' i t - ' ii Its a Peculiar Thing But there is always a difference between the way our shoes wear and shoes bought elsewhere at the same price. We buy the best makes and are satisfied with smaller profits, that's all. eeBuying the BestetSelling For a lady's chocolate, genuine vicl kid, hand turn, silk vesting top J I but by selling at small profits we sell so many more that it pays us. S Nothing H A TTTCTTT, N'o. 8 VEST Yon Are Safe in buying: two lots in Bennett's Addi tion East of Third Avenue at $350 each OFF HR 4IKITED TO 33 DAYS Veirick& Lai ham 32 N. First Ave. You Can Own Your Home Now... Five Boom "B ick Souse Furnished for ...... $1000 Weirick & Latham 32 N. First Ave. LARGEST Jijtjt Rental Agency in Arizona. List Your Houses and Rooms For Bent With Weirick & Latham 32 N. First Ave. to eonstrr-eL a side track mielway be tween Canton and Harrisburg. The track would save them from hauling grain and moving live stock a long way. The opponents of the petition say that if it Is granted similar applications will le made from all parts of the state; that besides being a great expense to the railroads, it will injure the towns which would lose shipments of grain aggregating millions of bushels each season. Railroads in other states are interested in the outcome. SOLDIERS AND SAILORS. Big Rapids, Mich., Aug. 2ft. The Sol diers and Sailors Park association of Michigan met in their annual reunion here today. The crowds are greater than ever before. Soldiers and sailors of national prominence are here to be an the camptires and address the meet- -.."41BH o 5. A. It. Chicago Through sleeper via Santa Fe, August 2: l'JOO. "The route that made Phoenix famous." Will have a through standard sleeper. Phoe nix to Chicago, on above late; only a few more lowers left. Do you want one? Ring us up. K. W. GILLETT, G. A. NOTICE. All persons who have bills against the Junta Palriotiea Mexicano de Phoi nix, must present them before Septem ber 1. RAMON X. SAAVKDRA, Jl'LIO MARRON. Howard Dawson Successor to Gill & Foster. - (The old Hipgins Place) The Onlv Exclusive Ice Cream Parlor in Phoenix. Ice Cream Wholesale and Retail Soda Fountain. All Soft Drinks Dispensed. 205W. 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. 1 LEiOER IN STYLE, QUALITY uaiifiK w .j and low PRICES. 1 1 6 W. Washington St Near P. O $2.00 But Solid Leather Shoes t2tt V WASHINGTON STREET, PHOENIX, ARIZONA. . j i i i i FIRE INSURANCE IN ALL THE BEST COMPANIES LOANS NEGOTIATED REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD RENTS COLLECTED Keep Your Eye on This Space, It Will Be a Money Maker for You. i 4 J. Ernest Walker. ,.... "' J s NOTARY JPtTBLIC. 'Phone HIBBAED 00000900009000000000000000 WE WANT to close out our Refrigerators. If o o o i You Want to buy one, it will pay you to come and see us. o o S TALBOT & HUBBARD O ooooooooooooooooooooooooo -why COFFEE AL'S RESTAURANT SO WELL KNOWN? BECAUSE: !W serve more Meals and seat more ruest. Are more famoma las Coffee, Meats, Salad i and Pastry. Are the oldest Restaurant people In the slty (nine rear la tas fcaaa lness). Est Cold Storage and Steam. Are up to date In ererrtataav ICR CREAM WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. AT SUMMER RATES SEE THE NEW Pattern for 1900. Ijtjst received. 1 Two Carloads of Fine Carriages, Up-to-Date Buggies and OLD HICKORY WAGONS. Pratt, Gilbert & Co. AGENTS. 30-34 SOUTH FIRST STREET. n S A PLEASURE TO READ Art 1 lw.jSf.M , v mj,fi.Mn, 4 the LowesteeJ w Oxford. They are regular $2.50 value, X It certainly will pay you. Try It. f fin.? J IJIoUl ullbc 0 U LUdll.N. . . 50. 28 South Second Avenue. BUILDING. O O o o o o o o o o o is- Of cours?. We have closed out all the old stock which was bought when Iron and pipe were high. Prices of everything in the plumbing line are now much lower than a few weeks ago. Our customers shall have the advan tage of the falling market. Our stock is new and we know the plumbing business. It will pay you to have us do your work at summer rates. i ! The Scoville Plumbing Co., 114 WEST ADAMS STREET. GAS RANGES PHOENiX LIGHT AND FILL CO. when ynu have the proper glasses. Why wurry ;iKng with the old ones, or n' ne at all? Have a careful examina tion mu ie and proper lenses fitted and you will be surprised at the reviibs. 'I can read now all day with perfect ease with the glasses you fifed for me," so said an old lady to me a f w" weeks alio. You can do 1t, tH, if j-iui have your glasses RK1HT, net just guessed at. . DR. GEO. B. PRATT Arizona's Leading- Optician. Telephone 2, Ford Hotel Block, ' J