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MELANGE. CLOTHING STORE. Dr. Stroud, eye, ear, nose and throat. Insurance. Dr. D.M. Purman, diseases of women. lie Iw York Li Variety of Incidents -in Many Localities. Mrs. Cooley, elocution, Gilson block. R. Waldin, druggist. Eastern prices. THE ARIZONA KEPUBLICAN: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1894. Tomorrow the Last Day For Natur alization Before Registration Closes. The annual meeting of the Y. M. C. A. followed by a social will be held this evening. Hhoa Allan tarr& in iroatorflav afhpr- v,s J .u J . J " I nnnn frnm r.hfl wnrtq nn t.hft Aarna Frill reservoir. Con Cronin, the popular cashier of the Dairy, was at home yesterday with an attack of sickness. License to marry was issued yeeter day to Nathaniel E. Harrer and Annie Hall, both of Phoenix. Jukge Wright sprang his mule story last night with all the usnal eclat. It never fails to produce a roar. Eefreehmsnts at the y. M. C. A. so cial tonight will be served after the style of Edward Bellamy. All are in vited. Frank Cox returned yesterday morn ing from Tucson on Southern Pacitic business connected with the late train robbery. L. H. De Mers opened yesterday his new confectionery. He makes all his own candies and is an artist at the business. The work of partitioning the upper Gardiner black with apartments goes rapidlv forward under the direction of E. S. Herehey. A meeting of the Republican club will be held tonight at the new head quarters to perfect its organization for campaign work. Engineer Charles H. White, just married, was serenaded last evening at his home on Fourth avenue by a large party of friends. Chap, the veteran real eetate rustler, sold five acres for Ed Branch Wednes day and was accordingly in an amiable frame of mind all day. C. H. Pierce yesterday let to L. A. Amirault a contract for a handsome brick cotti g to be erected in Churchill's addition. The building will cost $1,000. Dr. Eschman left for San Francisco on Wednesday evening to meet his wife who has been spending the summer on the coast. Both will shortly return to Phoenix. Hans Hjrlick has remodeled the In terior of his place of business and by the generous application of white paint has made an altogether different look ing place of it. Mr. F. P. Sieler yesterday received a telegram from his brother saying that their mother bad just died at Sierra Madre hospital. He left last night to attend the funeral. Improvements begun on the Red Corner store have iust been completed. They have added greatly to its appear ance and have also furnished additional room for a largely increased stock of goods. Extensive improvements have been made this week in the store of the Trask-Keesler company. A middle deck has been constructed almost doubling the floor space of the rear store room. The first shoot of the season was held by the Maricopa gun club on Wed nesday afternoon. The badge of best marksmanship was stiil held by T. W. Hine who won it aleo at the last shoot of last season. A special train was run from Tempe last night bringing nearly a huadred visitors to the Republican rally. The special was timed to return at 10 :30, but the meeting was continued long after that hour, A. L. Fisher, the south side stage line proprietor, offers special induce ments to political candidates. He has made a round trio rate from Phoenix to Goldfield of $3.50 with the privilege of stopping off at any point. As Dr. and Mrs. Purman were driv ing home yesterday noon their horse stumbled and fell headlong on Pierce street. Fortunately the bugay was not overturned, and beyond Blight breaks in the harness no damage was sus tained. No holdups or bu-lar)P9 have been reported this week. The suspected criminal element is on the run and so busy watching the movements of the police department that it has no time to devote to the plundering of houses and belated pedestrians. The admiration for the Salvation Army captain of the voluble and good hearted Mike who talks as he chewses and chewses as he talks is boundless. He regularly occupies a front bench at the tent and liberally contributes to the passing of the tambourine. The following transfers of real estate were entered for record yesterday: H. L. Chandler and wife and W. H. Code and wife to J. M. Creighton, a part of lot 1, block 80, Phcenix, $2,000. Jennie Isaac and Wm. Isaac to T. W. Pember ton, s, nw, sec 35, tp 2 n, r 2 e. Tomorrow is the last day on which naturalization papers can be obtained in this county before the expiration of the time for registration. Judge Baker will hold court all day for the con venience of those who wiBh io perfect their citizenship. On Monday he will go to Yuma and open court there. The Republican county committee headquarters were removed yesterday to elegant quarters in the Wharton block. A large ground floor room has been secured and is well famished with chairs, tables, papers, campaign literature and writing material. A large banner designating the place spans the street. Yeaterday, Alfred Wood, a stranger, fell in a sudden sickness at the head of the stairway leading to the Y. M. C. A. SCHOOL SUITS For All Ages () GGIltS anl S Strong and Serviceable, Double Knees and I Double Seats. Guaranteed not to rip, I TRY A SUIT. 1 GOLDBERG BROS. CLOTHING STORE 1 Don't Forget. Our Free Labor Office. : 1 reading room. No one knew him, and he was found to be quite without means. He was removed to the county hospital. Wood is about 35 years old and had juBt come to town from the north, where he has been employed on the north and south road. At the annual meeting of the Mari copa club held on Wednesday night, the following board of directors was chosen: T. W. Hine, Walter Bennett, Walter Talbot, F. W. Wood, B. Hey man, W. L. Pinney, T. E. Dalton, L E. Hewins and. Dr. A. Martin. The board was organized by electing Mr. Talbot, president ; Mr. Heyman, vice preeident; Mr. Dalton, secretary and Dr. Martin, treasurer. The body of Daniel McAndrew, the Cave Creek cattleman, was Bent to Den ver last night by W. H. Smith & Co. according to telegraphic instruction re ceived yesterday morning from the dead man's brother. McAndrew died on the road to Phoenix and not at the cattle camp, as was at firBt supposed. He waa taken violently ill at the camp and there being no physician nearer than Phoenix his partner set out with him for the city the same night. A burro belonging to J. C. Koler was stolen yesterday afternoon from a yard near the depot. A man whose name nobody seems to know came along on horseback and dismounting entered the yarn untied the buno and led it away. A warrant was issued and Constable Porterie started in search of the thief. A. burro is not quite a valuable as a sheep yet the theft of one in Arizona is as serious a matter as the stealing of a racehorse. There is a man in Yuma nearing the close of an eighteen month sentence for this same sort of an offense. For Over Fifty Years. Mrs. WinBlow's Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic and is the beBt remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty five cents a bottle. Trinity Guild. The ladies of the Trinity Guild will give one of their pleasant teas next Wednesday afternoon Oct. 10, from 2 until 5 o'clock at the residence of Mrs. H. H. McNeil, No. 345 West Van Bnren street, corner Fourth avenue. All are cordially invited. PERSONAL. Charles Ramo, a miner from the Red River, was in town yesterday. Dr. A.J. Chandler left on Wednesday night on a business trip to Los Angeles. Assayer McLaughlin of the Mam moth mine, came down from GoldSeld yesterday. H. D. Piatt, the rustling representa tive of the Southern Pacific at El Paso, was in town. W. L. Van Horn of Tempe, 6pent yesterday in town and attended the rally last evening. There were registered at the Lemon hotel yesterday D. Morgan, Los An geles, and G. Sebrin, Chicago. Architect Heinlein was in Tempe yesterday inspecting the work on the new normal school building. John A. Mognahan is a clothing man of San Francisco who renewed com mercial acquaiutances yesterday. Lloyd Christy is expected to return this morning from a business trip to Mexico on which he started a month ago. Commercial hotel guests yesterday were Newton Phillips, San Francisco; H.D.Piatt, El Paso; G. A. Laney, Boston, Mass. ; W. E. Osborne, San Francisco; J. F. Pierce, Flagstaff. Ex-Governor Curtis Dying. Bellefonte, Pa., Oct. 4. Ex-Governor Curtis has suffered a relapse and is not expected to live until morning. Commercial Dining Room. The- Commercial hotel dining room has reopened under the management of W. D. Dodenhoff. It has been thoroughly renovated. The culinary department has been subject to a complete overhauling. No expense has been spared to place it in the best pos sible condition. It will be presided over by a competent and skillful chef who cannot fail to please all who will but try this favorite dining room. - Subscribe for The Republican. De livered in any part of the city for only 25 cents a week. Being solicited by numerous electors of the Phoenix precinct to stand as a candidate as constable of the same, I hereby announce myself and respect fully request your support. I promise and pledge myself to faithfully per form the duties incumbent on me as constable in the event I should be elected. Dan Cannon. For general house cleaning, window washing, addresB J. W. Williams, cor ner 13th Avenue and Jackson Street. The L. W. Blinn Lumber company's office and yard is now located one block south of Commercial hotel. A gentle fresh milch cow for sale cheap. Inquire this office. Sights Around Phcenix. Every city has within its precincts or suburbs certain objects of interest which are usually shown to strangers and visitors as so many natural or arti ficial wonders. Among the attractions of this character around Phoenix may be mentioned the Indian school, the Hole in the Rock, the Maricopa reser vation, the orange groves, the Bartlett ranches, Arizona fails and the Simms' addition. Of all these the last men tioned, though nearest to town, never failed to interest the sight-seer. Its ad admirable planning, superior location and generally inviting appearance are earnest of inevitable jumps in value. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Most Perfect Made. Hchool Books. I GO TO THE 1 IRVINE CO., I FOR t SCHOOL BOOKS. 999999999 9999 999&& Just received A car of sugar, a car of potatoes and onions, the best in the city. See and price them, they will Dlease you. Chapman Bros. Parties desiring lots in the beautiful Simms addition should apply to J.T. Simms, Office Room 3 Monihon build ing, from 10 to 12 and 1 to 3 o'clock. . Dr. Ancil Martin , eye, ear, nose, throat and general surgery. Send us 75 cents in stamps and we will mail you The Weekly Republican for six months. No better way to learn all about the Great Salt River valley and its unparaleled climate and resources. One thousand pounds of fresh candy just received at Phcenix Fruit store. Remember the old Candy Kitchen stand. For rent A large well furnished front room at 240 W. Jefferson street. For Sale. : FOR SALE. Room L, 18 W. A large seven-rooin story and a half frame house with parlor and kitchen stove and otherwise partly furnished, good story and a half barn with large Iron top shed, two wells with first-clasB primps, fine aermoter windmill pipe and hose, chicken house and yard en closed with net wire, buggy and harness. Four lots enclosed with chicken tight fence, well improved gravel drives, etc. Apply RIDDLE & GRAY, Washington, upstairs. Insurance Company. BOONE d LEWIS, General Managers For Arizona. Rooms 5 and 6 Fleming Block Money Loaned on Policies at 5 per cent per annum. Call and see us if you want To Place a Gilt-Edged Loan Hlioemaker. WM. LIMBROCK, practical BOOT AND SHOEMAKER Has opened a shop on Washington street next to the Irvine Stationery Store. Boots and Shoes made to order and all work left will be neatly and promptly done at reasonable prices. Wastington Street, Next to the Inine Stationery Store. MILLINEBT. Millinery Opening. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 5 and 6. The Phoenix band will give a free con cert Friday evening from 7 to 9. Ladies respectfully invited to visit our magnifi cent display of MJLLJNEJY MRS. R. A. BROWN, New Parlors in the Gardiner Block. Restaurant. A CARD III Mrs. T. C. Thomas has opened the neatest and cleanest little restaurant in Phoenix, on Jefferson street between Center and First. The patrons say the fare is better than they have had for a long time. Meals 25 cents; Weeekly board $5.00 EVERY LADY Should examine our new Fall stock of ladies' fine shoes. Our styles are the latest up to date kind. Big buttons, high congress im mitation button, new lasts, new pat terns. We are con fident we can suit you in quality, style and price. fl. L CHANDLER Shoe Company. invites inspection, and that s especially the case with our card which tells you the proper place to purchae drugs and medicines. They are the preservers of health, and what effects your health is of vital moment. Never be indifferent about your medicines, but be sure that they are carefully compounded by com petent pharmacists. All our drugs are pure, fresh, and potent, and every pre scription compounded by us ie correctly and conscientiously prepared. Besides drugs and medicines we also carry a complete line of toilet articles and per fumery. C. ESCHMAN & CO. Half a Gent A Pound For fifty pounds and over, has been, is and will be the FORI for ice. Our ice is Frozen Solid, Lasts and Is Clear. P. MTNOE.