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THE ARIZONA EEPTJBLICAN: TUESDAY MOKNING, OCTOBER 23, 1894
5 ON MANY SUBJECTS. Events of Yesterday and Sun day. Hudson Reservoir and Irrigation Cases A New Election Precinct. It ia said that the Tucson contingent to the fiesta will occupy five cars. No one gets ahead of Greene in deco Tating his windows with the Fiesta colors. The regular meeting of the Law and Order league will be held tonight at Gardiner's hall. All the candidates on each ticket pur chase fruit confectionery and soda at Clay Leonard's. In ladies' cloaks Alkire leads with a gorgeous stock. A book of standard authorship with each $2.50 purchase. A warranty deed from Samuel Shute to John Humphreys to lot 7 and 9 block 3, Linville addition was filed yesterday. There never was a more honest bar . gain than the $1.25 kid gloves for 75 cents at Alkire's. Books given away. Notice of location of the Quien Sabe mining claim in the Cave Creek district was filed yesterday by Godfrey Poirier and J. H. Annear. "Charming !" "Lovely I" "How pret ty!" So say the ladies when dress goods are shown at Alkire's. A book with a $2.50 purchase. A suit was begun in district court yesterday afternoon by Alexander Mar shall against William Ruff to collect for certain Utah and Eureka canal stocks. The Gila Bend Reservation and Irri gation matter which had been con tinued to yesterday was further con tinued to the next term of court and set for November 17. 1 The police court accumulations during Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night were two $2 drunks, one of whom paid out. The other is employed on the streets. Miss Anna Vosskuhler, a dressmaker of experience in trance and Germany has opened dressmaking parlors at Second Avenue and Adams Street. Her scale of charges is announced in a -card in this issue and appears to be very reasonable. The board of supervisors yesterday established a new voting procinct at Sunset, near the Yuma county line and not far from the Harqua Halas. This section had been overlooked in the bus tle of the campaign and was supposed by some to be in Yuma. There are more than thirty voters in the new pre cinct. There is a heavy Increase in the vol ume of railroad freight business out of Phoenix corresponding with the- in crease in incoming passenger traffic. On Sunday evening a special of fourteen cars of stock consigned to Kansas City packing houses was sent out and yes terday five carloads of hay were shipped to the coast. H. C. Baker & Bro., the well known contractors were yesterday awarded the contract for building Dr. R. L. Rosson's new residence at the corner of Sixth and Monroe streets. Tha contract price is $7500. The residence will be the handsomest and most expensive within the city limits. Cotahti, the valuable stud lately purchased in Denver by W. L. Getz, ar rived in the city yesierday. Cotahti is a grandson of Electioneer who is the eire of Sunol, Palo Alto and Arion. On his mother's side Cotahti is closely related to Maud S and other swift ones. With him came seven brood mares and a couple of colts. W. T. Barr has been appointed agent in Phoenix of the Massachusetts Benefit Life association and now he is impres sing upon his hundreds of friends (and no man in Phcenix has more friends than Barr) the uncertainty of human life and the advantage of dying under the auspicies of the corporation which he so energetically represents." Dewitt C. Garnhart, a young man who came to Phcenix two weeks ago from Polo, Ills., in the last stage of con sumption died on Sanday morning at a lodging house on East Washington street. His last request was that his body might be sent home for burial. It has been embalmed and ia held at Randal & Davis' awaiting a reply to a telegram to hia brother. The best humored woman in Phoenix last night was Mrs. M. H. Williams. The reason is that she wag awarded by a unanimous vote the prize of a $12 hat,, offered by Mrs. A. M. Lee for the moat artistic needle work. The work done by Mrs. Williama was a point lace handkerchief which ia on exhibition at Mrs. Lee'e and over which all the ladies who see it are in raptures. When and what to eat is much more easily solved than where to eat. In response to the last we suggest The Creamery, the modern restaurant just opened in the Mahocey block, two or three doors east of the postoffiee. The patronage of ladies is especially so licited ; every convenience is arranged for their comfort. Popular prices pre vail. A good, palatable, substantial meal may be had for a trifling outlay. The same care and attention is given to 10 cent orders of pie and coffee as to a full two or four-bit meal. Pedro Johnson, the Indian student horBe thief, is on his way to Prescott this time in charge of deputy sheriff George Merritt of Yavapai county who left here yesterday morning after taking such precautions as would insure his safe arrival at the jail. Pedro's return to the authorities by his father after his escape from Charlie Genung proves to be not entirely due to the old man'a sense of justice but rather to the fact that Henry Morgan called on him at his wicki-up and told him it would be CLOTHING Goldbe Bros EVERY Dollar's worth of goods in our store must go if low prices will find a PURCHASER We are offering inducements that will only be ap preciated upon comparison with other lines. A Man's or Bc's Suit can be had from us ridiculously cheap this week. While WALKING Through the city come in and see for yourself. Then you will realize that it pays to read our ADVERTISEMENT.. Always remember Our Free Employment Office. Goldberg Bros. Clothing Store. either him or Pedro. The old man preferred that it should be Pedro and when the erring son returned his father bundled him off to jail. P. Minor usually makes it a point to be somewhere near the head of the procession. As a means of amusement, and locomotion he has adopted the bicycle and nothing is too new or too good for him in the way of bicycles and bicycle attachments. The latest is an electric lamp which can be turned on or cut off in an instant and throws out a tiny but penetrating stream ot light. Speaking of Mr. Minor's bicycle, Jim Renniesaid: "You know that hand some big black horse Minor used to ride. Well, that horse was brought into pretty constant use traveling be tween the factory and office and other places about town where Minor's exten sive business called him. That horse has a regular time every morning after breakfast to get down on his front knees and return thanks to the man that invented bibycles." Juatice Johnston tried eighteen cases in just thirty-six minutes yesterday afternoon and rendered judgments. The lightning like average of two min utes would have been reduced but for the fact that in three of them com plaints had to be drawn up. These were various plaintiffs against the Hud son Reservoir and Irrigation Company. Two cases against the same defendant were tried in Juatice Kincaid's court. The judgments in all aggregated $2250. The facility with which thia litigation was disposed of was made possible by the circumstance that a stipulation had been entered into by which the defense should be given a reasonable time to satisfy the judgments. It is said by those who are informed that this is a movement on the part of the defense to adjust its affairs preparatory to resuming active work upon the enter prise. PERSONAL. Hon. R. C. Brown ot TucBon, was an arrival in the city yesterday morning. Mra. H. E. Kemp and children returned yesterday from a summer visit on the coast. H. D. Piatt, the rustling Southern Pacific representative, with headquar ters at El Paso, is in the city. Mra. J. M. Gregory, who has been spending sometime in California, re turned home yesterday morning. Chairman Kibbey ot the Republican territorial committee, returned from the south last night after a week's absence. Mr. S. H. Drachman, of Tucaon, will arrive in Phoenix this morning to be present at the Goldberg Zeckendorf wedding. Miss May Reilly of Laycon, 111., whose services as teacher at the Indian school have been engaged, arrived in the city yesterday. Judge Joseph Campbell and Frank Cox left last night for the north on a political mission. They will re sume campaign work at Winslow. Maj. C. H. Knapp of the district clerk's office, returned yesterday morn ing from an outing with several Tucson friendB in the Catalina mountains. B. J. Boetwick yesterday received a telegram informing him of the serious STORE. Glofbin Store 9 illness of hia father at Circleville, O. He will leave tonight for the east. Peter Burns who came here lately from Graceville, Minn., left on hia re turn last night to close up Lis affairs there preparatory to bringing his family to .rnoenix. Commercial hotel guests veeterday were H. D. Piatt. El Paso:R. 0. Brown. Tuscon ; Miss Foreman, San Luis Obispo; Mrs. A. F. Barker, Florence. Sunday arrivals were D. Baird, St. Louis; Mark Walker, Tucson ; James A. Fleming, city and E. M. Hathaway, Grinnell, Ia. LOCAL BREVITIES. Others have music and art. The Racket store has the fine millinery. Dr. Stroud, eye,-ear, nose and throat. Dr. D.M. Purman, diseases of women. Mrs. Co3ley, elocution, Gileon block, Try Double Koumyss at Walden'e pnarmacy. Dr. Ancil Martin, eye, ear, nose, throat ano general surgery. If you don't read The Rkpublican you don't get the news. A gentle fresh milch cow for sale cheap. Inquire this office. Subscribe for The Republican. T)b liyered in any part of the city for only cents a weeK. PartieB 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. The L. W. Blinn Lumber company's office and yard is now located one block south of Commercial hotel. For general house cleaning, window washing, address J. W. Williams, cor ner 13th Avenue and Jackson Street. Mr. Lee, piano tuner for Phcenix Music Company, is in thia city. All orders left for him at the Phcenix Music Company, Monihon building, will re ceive prompt attention. Being solicited by numerous electors of the Phcenix precinct to stand as a candidate as constable of the same, I nereDy announce myselt and respect iuuy request your support. I promise and pledge myself to faithfully ner- form the duties incumbent on me as constable in the event I should be elected. Dan Cannon. Dr. Price's Cream Baking: Powder Most Perfect Made. School Books. GO TO THE 1 IRVINE CO., I SCHOOL BOOKS. 1 Exposure to Changes of Tempera ture. Public men are constantly liable to danger arising from sudden changes of temperature; sometimes from heat to cold, sometimes the reverse. Henry Thome, traveling secretary of the Y. M. C. A., writea from Exeter Hall, Strand, London, February 2nd, 1888: "I desire to bear my teatimony to the value of Allcock's Porous Plasters. I have used them for pains in the back and side arising from rheumatic and other causes, never without deriving benefit from their application, iney are easily applied and very comforting. Those engaged aa I am in public work which involves exposure to sudden changes of temperature, will do well to keep a supply of Allcock's Porous Plasters in their portmanteaus." Brandreth's Pills act upon the whole system. Advanced Cultivation. Strangers usually visit the Simms ad dition before they have been in Phcenix many days, that is, if they have any interest in real estate or at least if they have any idea of investing. The Simms addition is so attractively planned, so centrally located and in such an ad vanced state of cultivation, vegetably, commercially and residentially that it appeals strongly to the good judgment of each one who visits it. Men who want comfortable high-class homes in Phcenix cannot do better thhan investi gate the Simms addition. New House to Let. Brick on Tenth avenue, just finished, three rooms with sink and bath, large screen porch, good well. Couple wanted without children, $15. Apply Mrs. E. C. Hickey, Fifth avenue, be tween Adams and Monroe. Firemen Attention. There will be a general meeting of the fire department at the engine house tonight at 8 o'clock aharp. A full at tendance is requested. Bv order of the Chief. Hotels. SixtbAvenueHotel. A r Elegantly Furnished A ( ROOMS I First-Class Table In Connection. WALSH SISTERS, No Invalids Admitted. Proprietors, COB. ADAMS AND SIXTH AVE. Barber Hliop. TTT L M WnTlTPflS To patronize the uuiuunu man o BARBER SHOP. The only Shop in the city That closes on Sunday. F.'HOILINGSHEAD, Prop. Give Us a Trial. Men t Private Board. All Home Cooking. Mrs Jackson, Prop. 307 W. WASHINGTON. Dressmaking. MRS. M. FORBES, It M lOniQTF Second Street, South of y VLIU I t. Hartwell's Photograph fflB"-" Gallery, is prepared to guar-------- antee style, fit and prices. Ladies wishing dressmaking, cutting and fit ting will make a mistake if they do not call. PHCENIX. ARIZONA. Shoes. BEADTIFDL BUTTON BOOTS FOR. Beautiful Women! Plain Women Can Wear Them. THEY FIT THEY WEAR j$m H. L. CHANDLER Siioe Company. Insurance. Thlnr York ft Insurance Company. BOONE & LEWIS, General Managers For Arizona. n c i rs n : di I, i rtwunia u emu u r biiiiiik. d ui.m Money Loaned on Policies at 5 per cent per annum. Call and see us if you want To Place a Gilt-Edged Loan Farley :-: House. ROOMS NEWLY FURNISHED. EATHSIN CONNECTION. First-Class Accommodations. Moderate Bates. Washington St., bet. 6th and 7th Ava. Mrs. T. Frymire, Prop. Farley House- Restaurant. NEWLY OPENED. Home made bread, pies and cake. Meals neatly served and well cooked. MRS. E. KING, Prop. Oil. WOOL IS ON TEE FREE LIST, But the price of Navajo Blankets will not be raised for 30 diys. If you want one, anfl you certainly do, you had better in vest at once. By the way, OIL AND GASOLINE are still selling at the same low prices. Coal oil, $1.50 por 5 gal can; gasoline $1.75 per o gai. can. a iaucet lurmsneatree. phoenix oil co., 28 S. CENTER ST. Stable. GOLDEN EAGLE Livery Stable. When in need of a good team or place to keep your horse call on us C. M. STURGES & CO. Third St., rear of Lemon bouse. For a Good Team Try the Grand Central Livery- Horses Boarded by the Week or Month at Lowest Kates, ALBRIGHT &MURPHY Props One block south of Commercial hotel. A CARD t5 invites inspection, and that s especially the case with our card which tells you the proper place to purchase 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 is correctly and conscientiously prepared. Besides drugs and medicines we also carry a complete line of toilet articles and per fumery. C. ESCHMAN & CO.