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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1900.
PAIN'S Marvelous Military Spectacle The Battle of San Juan The Fireworks King's Masterpiece. Phoenix Park, Sepetember 24-25. 10,000 feet of Realistic scenery 300 Performers I Gigantic Oat-door Stage. f Msst thrilling; battle scene ever depicted, followed by B Program Changed Each Right. ONLY OXE MORE S. F. EXCURSION The line that made Phoenix will run the last excursion of the season on Thursday, August 30, to each of the fol lowing points: San Francisco, San Diego. Los Angeles and Denver. Re member we make the time, have through Pullman sleepers and an eat ing house systim unequalled anywhere. Come put your name on the fast in creasing list for next Thursday. E. W. GILLETT, General Agent. 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. COMFORT DURING THE SUMMER IN PHOENIX . POSSIBLE! I: is possible to live with comfort in phoenix during the sumnv.r season if people will only supply 'themselves with a few conveniences. A woman elands a considerable part of the day in the kitchen. A cook stove or range once heated in the moraiu? ltreps the kitchen hot all day, but with a Stand ard Wkkless Blue Flame Oil Stove that kitchen might be as cool as any room in the house. Resides it's being k-ss ex pensive than a wood cook stove, it is cleaner, quicker and just as svU'e. In the afternoon after the morning's work is over it is a fine thing to have a ham mock stretched in some shady plaee. To the tired, heated person, there is no way of reclining so cool and restful as lying in a hammock. And then with our dewle.-s nights and cloudless skies one may sleep out of doors without en dangering the health and with com fort on a cot. There are other things that are conducive to comfort here, but we haven't the space to mention 'them. We want to invite all of our Arizona friends to call at our store; and see our line of Wickless Blue Flame Oil Stoves, cheaper than wood and safer than a lamp. Also see our line of hammocks. They are beauties at bargains; and air., s-e our stock of cots large assortment, l. v prices. DAVIDSON'S CASH BARGAIN STORE F1t Doors Eut of Poatoflles. Telephone No. 236 Three rings. SS-Boit Place to Trade In Arizona. PAIN'S j $1,000 Fireworks I Display. iiC, ... ,r3ga& OF TpH FHOEXIX WEATHER. The lollowlng wep.ther conditions pre vailing In Phoenix yesterday were re ported "by the United States weather bureau: 6:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m. 29.71 29.57 73 100 S3 63 99 102 73 72 m on JO NE XV 5 ? 0 0 Tern, dry bulb . Tern, wet bull) Tern. nuaximum Teni. minimum. Rel. humidity Wind, direction Wind, velocity State of weather Clear. Clear. WSI, G. BURNS, Section Director. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Knights of Pythias lodge N.. 2 will me A to night in t"asule hall in the new Hornor building for work In the third rank. A NEW Bl'SIXESS. W. L. Truitt. representing a leading paint and oil company of San Francisco and Los Angeles, is in the city for the purpose of opening up a branch establishment in Phoenix, from which the territorial trade will be supplied. COAST EXCURSIONS. Excursion trains lP:. yesterday over both rail roads with passeng. rs for coast points. The number of tourists was not large, as the season f r summer travel is rapidly drawing to a close. A SMITH SNOW. Secretary Akers returned yesterday morning from Flag staff, where he went to attend the races and bronco-busting contests. He was also present at the Wilson-Smith con test at the primaries and witnessed the victory of the Smith adherents, not on account of overwhelming numbers, but! Ty superior workmanship. W. C. Foster, who also came in, said that the Smith snowstorm visited Williams and pre vailed throughout Coconino county. THE DEMOCRATIC WA R. Tomor row is the day of the democratic prim aries in this county. There will be two storm centers, one in the Third ward and the other in the Second. The See ond ward voting place will be in the Gooding building. The fighting among the faithful has grown so warm that there have already been personal en counters, and one harmless and perhaps meaningless gun play. Tomorrow is expected to be productive of fun and Ilying fur. RETURN OF LEWIS W. COLLINS Mr. anil Mrs. Lewis W. Collins, who have spent the last two months on the coast, returned yesterday morning. Mr. Collins is now on the ground to! pusli his candidacy for the legislature! on the republican ticKei. it win not require a great deal of pushing, for Mr. Collins is so well and favorably known and enjoys the confidence of his party to such an extent that his campaign may be said to have been made when it was begun. NEW CORPORATIONS. A mirks of incorporation (if the American Safe De posit and Trust company, with a cap ital stock of $2."n.nno, were filed in the office of the rounty rer.order yester day. The incorporators are Henry E. Kemp and J. R. Early of Phoenix and Martin M. Levering of Manila. Philip pine Islands. The same incorporators filed articles of the Philippine Im provement company, with a capital s'tock of $1.0(10,000. Articles were also filed by the James Neill Oil company and the Prudeutial Oil company. I AN AVIARY. W. L. Pinney is col i lecting an aviary made up of strange : birds. The nucleus of it i.- a, black crested heron, a beautiful and intelli gent bird and the only one ever seen in this part of the country. Yesterday Mr. Pinney received two important ad ditions. One Is a nondescript fowl, ap parently a cross between a hawk and an eagle, more handsome than either. His breast is a rather bright yellow and his back and tail black. His leg-J are long and he has a top-knot. The third member of the coilec'tln is a monkey-faced owl. AN AMERICAN EXPOSITION. Notification was received at the gover nor's office yesterday of the appoint ment of Governor Murphy as vice president of the South Carolina Inter state and West Indian Exposition com pany. 1 ne company is organized umkr a charter obtained from the state of South Carolina and will hold an expo sition at Charleston, beginning D.'i em ber 1. 19 il. and closing May 31, 1902. The scope of the exposition is as broad as Toilet Soap Just Received The finest toil, t soap ever sold for the money. 25c box of three cakes. See it in our window today. Just what you want for this hard water. Don't forget we have the finest ice cream soda in Phoenix. ring your prescriptions and have them compound' d accurately. THOMAS' 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 leading mag azines, monthlies and dailies will prove particularly Interesting just now, as it deals with the leading questions of th a day, the Chinese war and po litical situation. The Phoenix Stationery & News Co 10 and 12 Wj, Washington St. TcIeifKcns 28T. The Non-Irritating Cathartic Easy to take, easy to operate Hood's Pills its name and its purpose is to make a full and attractive display of the ma terial resources of the states of the Am erican Union, (if the new Spanish pos sessions in the West Indies and the Philippines. THE DOUGLASS CLUB. The Doug lass ciub held a harmonious meeting at the club rooms last night at which the previous election of H. H. Harv-y as president was ratified and 'the follow ing Hicers Were elected: Vice-president. Allan Smith: secretary. Perry Payne: Itreasur. r. Samuel Steele: ex ecutive committee. C. C. Skagg?. Rob ert Hudson, Isaac McPinion. Frank Smith, Andy Walker. H. H. Harvey was unanimously endorsed as a dele gate to the county convention. A LOST RELATIVE. An inquiry was received at the sheriff's office yes terday concerning a man named Daniel West. The inquiry conies from a rela tive at Aburn. X'. Y., who last heard from West on March 3. 1896. He was then in the county jail in this city. It is remembered by officials of the s-her-iff's office that a man by the name of Daniel West was in jail early in ISM, a United States prisoner, having b en sent up from Yuma county to await trial in United States court on a charge of selling liquor to Indians. The ehar?e was ignored by the grand jury. He was then old and very infirm. THE IRON SPRINGS COLONY. The Irjn Springs colony is breaking up for this season. About '.hirty nv tu bers, came in last night in a passenger car attached to a freight train. They are enthusiastic over the future of that mountain res' it and are impatient get back there again next season. Th y believe the population of Iron Springs will be doubled 'then. All the desir able lots have already been taken: that i.- all of them convenient to the springs, btt't the world in that vicinity is wide and many others will no doubt willing to undertake the hardship i of carrying water a grea'. distance for ! the sake of living there. BACK TO THE COLD. COLD XORTH. Senator W. A. Freeze has s do out his interest- in the Palace f i loon and with the exe?ptkn of some l al estate, all his Arizona propef.y. It is the first time he has severed his business relations with the sun-kissed hind since 1S79, but said he last night, "Xome looks good to me." and he will f'.art for Alaska again t'JUight. stop ping a couple of "lays in Los Angelt s. He has some interests in Xome now in the care of his partners, ana he really intended t return when he came bat k I a week or two ago. if e knows that I Xome will afford a chilly contiast to Phoenix about the time Santa Clav.s mak s his round and he h:s been try ing to wean himse!. away from his Alaskan love ever since he go; here, be. the hypnotic influence of the au rora borealis has go: a cinch on his af fecti r.s and the gold, n .'.mdbanks of the ice-bound north s the only kind of scen.ry that fits 'lis eye. He says that the difference between Phoenix and Xome City is simply indescribable, and the be;': figure he could think of was that of a mr.n dr 'Pping -ihrough a hole in the earth and coming out cn the other sid , wondering where he is at. But he has dropped through the hole once with sati?fact ry results and will hejrin a second plunge tonight. A LETTER FROM XOME. A friend of David Turner in thl- city yesterday received a letter from him in which he said: "I am now in Xome and it is a big fizzle for this season. There are thousands here watting to get away as soon as the rates are low enough. La-t week there was a rate man here who booked passengers -to Sort tie for $13 There are a great many Phoenix peo ple here anxiou.- to g--t home. There must be faith in the future of Nome, for large frame buildings are going up in every direction. The weather was mild and deligntful up to August 1. but since then it has been cold and storm:-". The old timers say there will be nj change for the' better until win ter sets In. it is very cold and squally now and as the town, is nearly all bui!': on a tundra, a mossy peat bog. k is very easy to sink down 'to your knet s. That part of the t n near the beach has nice sandy roads. Nearly all the best mines are in litigation and the others have not enough rain this sea son to enable them ito wash t'i.ir dirt. Outfits of ail kinds can be bought cheaper hire than in Seattle, as people who want t leave sacrifice 'everything. If nothing prevents. 1 wiil be in Phoe nix this fall.'' In a postscript writti u X7 THE STYLE IS IN THE CLOTHES. i9 8 Soni think i. is hiioSt if: we do not. and ill-lit ting suit the man A Kbabby will net look well on anv man. To be well dressed your clothes must be made in a style be coming to you. We make SUITS TO MEASURE, which contain style, fit and qualify. Fall sampl.es now ready. 8- 4 McDougalGage Company. Exclusive Furnishers. Next. Poor to tiantn I'e Ry.' Office is SPECIALTIES Genuine Hubbrd squash, grown on the Verde. Prescott cabbage, wax, Lima and string beans. Bleached celery, fancy head lettuce. SPECIAL FOR LUNCHES. Fresh Saratoga chips, Dill pickles and im ported olives in bulk in cold storage, imported Swiss cheese. FISH AXD OYSTERS. Old reliable Eagle Brand oysters in cans. Fresh fish, crabs and lobsters received every day. Wholesale and Retail. just a week laiter, Mr. Turner says: "Since writing the above it has rained continually. The government trans port General Law ton will carry 500 people bajck to the sta'tes. They will only have to pay their board, 50 cents a day. o Order your fall suits early. Our first consignment of fall and winter goods has arrived. II. G. Feekings, Mer chant Tailor, 20 X. 1st Ave. PERSONAL MENTION. Charl. s Wnolf of Tf nip? is in the city, a guest of .he Commercial. E. L. Falkenburg of St. Louis is a guest of the Hotel Adams. William Elder cf Denver registered ; at the Hotel Adams yesterday. j Rev. C. V. Cowan r turned from Iron Springs n Wednesday morning. Among the guests registering at the Hotel Adams yesterday were C. L. Bisboe of Los Angeles. Dr. A. J. Chandler of Mesa City has gone to Los Angeles for a short visit. C. E. Atw. od of the Hotel Atwood, Temp1, was a visitor in Phoenix yes terday. A. R. Mccormick of Lis Angeles was among yesterday morning's arrivals at the Commercial hotel. A. C. McQueen and wife and Donald McQuten registered at the Commercial yesterday from Iron Springs. T. Mt'X worthy a:;d wife of Morrill. Kan., arrived here yesterday morning and registered at the Commercial hotel. ?slr. Ed Holland, manager of J. W. Dorris' grocery stove, left Thin-" 'nv morning for San Francisco to be goi. about two months. Miss Ella Frpnklin. who has been spending the summer on the coast, re turned yp&!.:rday morning and will shortly engage in teaching in the Mad ison district. Major Thomas Smith returned yester day morning from Morristown. where he had been feeling the pulse of the: community with respect to the contest for delegate to congress. C. T. Adams left last night for Li AngeUs. He has just gathered hi- ; ' mond crop and having nothing else ag ricultural to do in the absence of water, decided to take a vacation. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Trippel and son, who have been in Mesa for the laslt six weeks, came down to Phoenix yester day morning and are at. the Hotel Ad ams. Thry will leave for their home in Tucson tonight. BEAT AX ENGLISH NEGRO. Rioters in X"ew York May Bring About International Complications. New York. Aug. r.0. lfred Akins. a British subject who was i n? of the victims of the mob and later of police outrages, has appealed to the British consul for relr ss. Akins is a carpen ter, ar.d while he was on hi? way home from 'the Grand Central station, ig norant (;f the race war then going on, he was beaten and aim of': killed by whites. He was rescued by policemen, but ha rely scaped even rougher treat ment at the hands of the police. Akins i ab-et.t : years ol : and a na tive of Kingston. Jamaica. He is em ployed by the New York. New Haven & Hartford road. Akins has been un der tiea'.ment ?ince then at ':h 1 New York hospital. He called on the Briti.-h consul, who said lie would investigate his case. TEXAS LYNCHERS SEXT1-.N' 'ED. Life Imprisonment for a Crime Com mitted Eleven Y.ars Ago. Palestine. Tex.. Aug. :'A Joseph Wilkerson. ex-justice of the peace, the leader of the mob that lynched the Eastman's i:: BROWNIE CAMERA $1.00 SIX EXPOSURES 15 cents. Makes a Picture 2 1-4x2 1-4 in. and Loads in Day Light. Sold by E. L. ANDREWS & SON 2930 N. First Avenue. Swell line of Shoes for Boys, Misses and Children have arrived. You will never see a more beautiful line of shoes for the young folks than we now have. Misses fine Black Shoes. Children's Black, Tan, Eed Lace and Cult Shoes. Infants Black and Eed Clacks. Infants Black, Tan, "White and Bed Ankle Ties. Beys' snd Youths' full stcck Calf Welt Shoes. None of the Shoes are cheap, they're not sold as such, but they are Fine Shoe?, for Fine people for Fine wear. Come in and see them. FLEMING BLOCK, FOR RENT 160 Acres Under Buckeye Canal. Inquire for Special Terms: Weirick & Lai ham 3a N. Firat Ave. You Can Own Your Home Now... Five Room P ick House Fu"::i3hod for SJOOjO Weirick & Latham 33 N. First Ave. LARGESTete Rental Agency in Arizona. List Your Houses and Rooms For Rent With Weirick & Latham 32 N. First Ave. three Humphreys in Henderson county in May. 1SS9, and J. A. Johns. Sam Hall and J hn F. Haddi.-.. the remaining de fendants, pleaded guilty esterday to murder in the firsL degree and each received a life sentence In the peniten tiary. The action disposes of all the Humphreys lynching ease's, eight in number. Each defendant receiv d a life sentence. The first four stood trial and were convicted. Mr. Crane has moved his place of business from ithe Goldman corner to 13 South Center street, where he will endeavor to please old 'time patrons with soft drinks, cigars and th? lead ing newspaper of the city. The Arizona Republican. WHOLESOME, well cooked food. Po lite and courteous, at all hours, at the PACIFIC GROTTO. Our latch-string is always out, and within can be found the finest in our line. Rinehart's Confectionery. Bids will be received at' the office of the board of supervisors until Friday, August SI. for papering and tinting the walls and ceiling and cleaning and oil ing the woodwork of the district court room. The bids will be opened at 11 o'clock a. m. JOHN' OKAY, Clerk Board of Supervisors. Our soda fountain is of the fnu-st class in the city. Call in and be con vinceel that our sodas are also. B-ine-hart's. Howard Dawson Successor to Gill & Foster. (The old Higglns 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. I FA!)FR IN STYLE, QUALITY LCAUtK Ll an(J lqW PRICES. I IS V. Veshlnoton Sf Nrr P. O WILSON AND WOOLDRIDGE. THE RELIABLE SHOE STOKE. ih SNAP if Fine paying business on Wash ington Street, or will take in partner. Capital required $1,500 to $2,500. See me quick. V i J ERNEST WALKER, NOTARY PUBLIC. 'Phone HIBBARD SWL WAN to close out our o You Want to buy one, it will pay you to come and see us. TALBOT & HUBBARD WtlY COFFEE AL'S RESTAURANT SO WELL KNOWN? BECAUSE: (Wt serve more Meals and neat more roeaU. Are more famema tn Coffee, Meats, Salads and Pastry. Are the oldest Restaurant people In the ity nine ytra tm tXe ku in ess). Have Cold Storage aud Bteam. Are up to date tn eTerytldxs. ICE CREAM WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. PLUMBING AT SUMMER RATES SEE THE NEW t PaLtern for 1900. JUST RECEIVED. Two Carloads of Fine Carriages, Up-to-Date Buggies and OLD HICKORY WAGONS. Pratt. Gilbert & Co. AGENTS, 30-34 SOUTH FIRST STREET. fir )K) ! Till iff Hudson's PHOENIX, ARIZONA ? REAL. ESTATE, INSURANCE AND LOANS. 50. 26 South Second Avenue. BUILDING. I SS 9 O o o Q o Refrigerators. If o IS- Of course. 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. The Scoville Plumbing Co,, 114 WEST ADAMS STREET, GAS RANGES PHOLNIX LIGHT AND FLEL CO. A PERPLEXING QUESTION mes !o all per.--ins s.ime rime in life. The eye and gla.-s iU:sti n. Nature as one must have aid f'r failing vision ar 4il. er closr th-reafter. No use 'lo kick atrains.t the laws of Nature. We are here to answer this perplex ing question to aid Nature to supply g.Tn l glasses f.ir all defects of vision. All work guaranteed; consultation five. DR. GEO. B. PRATT Arizona's Leading Optician. Teleih-ane itl, fold Hottd Block. 3