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AJIM CJflTlON.
LOCAL BRIEFS.
163 OF
A Bird's-Eye View of Phoenix
and Vicinity.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN : FJRIDAY MOKNING, NOVEMBER 9, 1894.
EM
The Payment of Election Bets The
Cases In the Inferior
Courts.
Window glass at Talbot & Hubbard's.
N. C. Wilson of Godwin & Co., spent
yesterday in nailing up eigne for the
firm in the surrounding country.
A girl wanted to assist in general
house work and wait on table. Could
attend school. Address lock drawer B,
poBtoffice.
Work was begun yesterday upon the
new sidewalk on the south side of
Washington between Second and Third
avenues.
A new young lady clerk at the Bee
Hive is Miss Etter, whose parents are
in this valley and who arrived this
week from Missouri.
Persons who have received invitations
for the ball at Gardiner's hall this even
ing may procure tickets at Wakelin's or
Bscbman's drag store.
Sealed election returns from all the
outlying precincts are in the office of
the board of supervisors and will be
officially counted on the 19th.
A return of the venire of the grand
jury for the November term' will be
made next Monday when the term,
which formally opened last Monday,
will actually begin.
The objectors in school district No. 5
are not satisfied with a recent decision
against tbem in probate court and are
preparing to call the attention of the
grand jury to the matter.
Gates Fowler and 8. B. Stoner left
yesterday morning on a duck hunting
trip down the river. They went in that
direction because the upward travel on
the Salt is crowded just now.
Jose Maria Duellas had a hearing yes
terday afternoon before Justice Kincaid
on a charge of stealing a saddle from a
countryman at Tempe a couple of weeks
ago. He was held to the grand jury.
Several young gentlemen of the upper
walks of life and a turn for amusement
and social enjoyment will give a ball at
Gardiner's hall tonight. It promises to
be a very pleasant and important social
event.
The case of the territory against Mr3.
Luz Balsz and five Mexicans for destroy
ing a fence belonging to Dolpu Liebe
now, was called in Justice Johnstone's
court yesterday and postponed until
10 o'clock today.
Ramon, son of Carlos Hlguera, died
yesterday afternoon. The funeral un
der the direction of Randal & Davis
will take place this afternoon at 3:30
from the residence at the corner of Van
Buren nd Fourth streets.
Robt. W., infant son of Alvin G. and
Sarah Smoot, died Tuesday, Nov. 8, at
4:15 p. m., age 1 year 1 month and 16
days. Funeral from . residence on
Third avenue and Siuth Jackson street
at 2 p. m., Friday, Nov. 9.
A warrant was issued yesterday by
Justice Johnstone for Francisco Marti
nez, arrested late on Wednesday even
ing for an attempted assault on a little
girl on South Second street. He will
be brought into court this afternoon.
Patsey McQuilkin, who came down
from the Congress mine a week ago to
see that the election was carried on
properly, returned yesterday over
whelmed with surprise. He says he
will never travel so far again with no
other object in view than getting wiped
off the face of creation.
Company B, Fist Infantry, N. G. A.,
made a fine appearance on parade last
evening, marching to the splendid mu
sic rendered by the Pioneer military
band. A large gathering of people as
sembled at the military plaza to witness
the drill of the company and band
which was conducted by Captain Wick
ham. Election bets are being paid now and
Phoenix dealers in hats and cieara are
doing a thriving business. Though a
great deal of money was used to rein
force political convictions, a very large
majority of the number of beta, made
include merchandise, wearing apparel,
cigars and drinks without number. A
man with a new hat now may be con
sidered a Republican.
The case against Geo. Mclnernay
which had been postponed until yester
day was again continued until next
Tuesday. It is said that there is a dis
position on the part of the railroad
company to not follow the prosecution
if Mclnernav will make good his short
age. The amount, which is necessarily
indefinite, is placed at $340 for the
Dumose of a settlement. His friends
and relatives will raise the amount,
It is a somewhat singular circum
stance that even one of the offices of
constable in this precinct is still in
doubt owing to the probable inaccuracy
of reports from some of the adjacent
precincts. The candidates are Frank
McCiintock and A. J. Porterie. It is
probable also that a recount of the vote
in the First and "Fourth ward3 will be
asked for. On the face of the returns
now in McCiintock appears to have a
small maiqriti
That carload of low-priced Chamber SetB arrived Satnr-
day. It is the largest ever received. There are 63 of 'em,
5 bright clean sets, large mirrors and, oh, how cheap we can
sell them ! We are happy now and can make you so if you
need a set. .
pambrook & Schorr.
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bottle of beer. Gonzalez waa in cus
tody before his crime was discovered.
Half an hour after the burglary he
called at Singleton's and tried to sell
two bottles of champagne and Consta
ble Bayley took charge of him on sus
picion. The clock was found in his
house.
The following transfers of real estate
were yeBterday entered for record : M.
H. Sherman and wife to Susie Bacon,
lot 10, block 19, Collins addition, $300.
Dorleski and Joseph Bowyer to the Val
lev bank, s se sec 24, tp 1 s, r 4e,
$300. Mary G. Wilcoxen to G. U. Col
lins and Seth Philbrook, part of ne
stc 22, tp 1 n,"r 2 e, $2,000. Gila Bend
Townsite company to Lulu Caruthers,
lot 1, block 13, Gila Bend, $75. Calvin
L. and M. A. Longstreth to Alfred Ba
con, lot 9, block 19, Collins addition,
$1,500.
PERSONAL.
Governor Hughes returned from Tuc
son yesterday. .
Territorial Superintendent of Instruc
tion F. J. Netherton was in the city
yesterday.
Among yesterday's arrivals was C. E.
Crowley, the well known contractor of
Los Angeles.
E. S. Wakelin crushed his left finger
in his wheel and was considerably dis
abled yesterday.
William J. McKenna and William J.
Mahoney left last evening for Albu
querque, N. M.
Mies Lisbeth Allen, who has been
spending the summer on the coast, re
turned to the city yesterday.
Mrs. Grand Black of Des Moines, la.,
will arrive in Phoenix this morning on
a visit to her siBter, Mrs. J. A. Plattner.
Judtre A. J. Hewell, one of the newly
elected Democratic assemblymen from
Gila caunty, came down from theTonto
country yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. Lee, a daughter of General
Sampson, accompanied by her three
children, arrived yesterday morning
from Joliet, 111., on a visit to her par
ents. Delegate N. O. Murphy will leave this
moraine for Prescott. and will return
in abont a week with his family who
have been spending the- summer in the
north.
Dr. Ford returned last evening to
Kansas City. He will proceed bv wav
of Texas, where he will stop over on
Dusiness, returning to Phoenix in four
or five weeks.
Messrs. P. J. Cole, N. Ellis and L. W.
Morgan left yesterday for Goldfield to
look into that valuable and fnterestine
hole in the ground, the shaft of the
Bull Uoa mine.
Commercial hotel guests vesterdav
were Miss L. Y. Allen city: C. E.
Crowley, Los Angeles ; L. C. Hughes,
Tucson ; Ed Machwirth, San Francisco;
w.T. Uaggett, Jefferson City, Mo.; C.
H. Andrews, New York ; J.S. Douglass,
Bisbee ; T. V. Wilde, St. Paul.
CHURCH APPOINTMENTS.
Work of the M. E. Church South Ap
pointments. Rev. W. E. Vaughan has been re
turned aa presiding elder of the Ari
zona district by the conference of the
M. E. church south, just closed at San
Bernardino. He will have no charge
this year, and Rev. W. A. Harris is ap
pointed to the pastorate of the Center
street church. Mr. Harris wag sta
tioned at Escondido, Cal., last year,
and is highly esteemed by his parish
ioners and his brethren of the clergy.
He will arrive here next week.
Rev. L, J. Hedgpeth has beeen re
appointed to Phosnix circuit. Rev. D.
M. Wynkoop, last year at Pomona,
Cal., will fill the pulpit at Tempe this
year.
Rev. A. A. Wagnon, of Timpson,
Tex., has been appointed to the pas
torate at Prescott.
ELECTION RETURNS.
The Parker-Georste Case Still Un
settled.
Unofficial election returns come in
slowly ana are ot -so vague a
character as to be verv unsat
isfactory to Candidates George and
Parker lor the office of super
visor. It is prettv well settled
tint, trip T)ftmnpiflt.n ViavA cannpa nn
semblyman, Peterson, over Johnson.
epublican. Parker's maioritv over
rouige jur supervisor uuurars accuruing
n K.frtn hnnan PHnmAtpa tn ha t.na vo
"- vw but wuu. u 1 1IIU 1 tlx
ine latter figure might be wiped out
by returns from the precincts not heard
from, bat it is hardly probable that
the former could be, anyway it will
!iikelv take the official cnnnt tn rlpfi-
KJlfcdljr OClblO LUO UIOLLCI. XUIO Hill MKt
place a weeic trom next Monday.
If VOQ don't read The Ekpiibi.iciii
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Pacific Grotto. Pacific Grotto.
For general house cleaning, window
washing, address J. W. Williamo, cor
ner 13th Avenue and Jackson Street.
Dr. D. M. Purinan,dis3asesof women.
The Phoenix Special Delivery will call
for and deliver baggage to all parts of
the city. All orders promptly attended
to. .
Dr. Ancil Martin, eye, ear, nose, throat
and general surgery.
Try Double Koumyss at Walden's
pharmacy.
R. Waldin, Keystone Pharmacy, tele
phone No. 93.
Pacific Grotto. Pacific Grotto.
A gentle fresh milch cow for sale
cheap. Inquire this office.
Money to loan on farm or city prop
erty. Daivton & Lamm.
S. W. Cor. Washington and Wall
streets.
Pftrt.iftR rlARirincr Int.fl in t.hrt henrit.ifnl
Simms addition should apply to J.T.
Simms, Office Room 3 Monihon build
ing, from 10 to 12 and 1 to 3o'cloce.
Send us 75 cents in stamps and we
will mail you The Weekly Republican
for six months. No other way to learn
all about the Great Salt River valley
and its unparaleled , climate and re
sources. Pacific Grotto. Pacific Grotto.
'Coffee Ai" they call him and never
was a name more fittingly bestowed.
Lunch counter Commercial block.
A chrysanthemum fair and souvenir
social will be given by the ladies of the
Christian church Friday evenine, Nov.
16, at (-iardiner's hall; A good time for
all is assured.
The Phoenix Special Deliverv will call
for and deliver parcels to any part of
the city for 10 cents.
The Creamery restaurants of the east
are all the rage. Phoenix people are
not slow in their appreciation or pat
ronage of any establishment that is
modern and up to the times.
The W. G. Getz bicycle agencv de
sire to call especial attention to their
repairing department. All repairs
done within ten hours. Call and see
the 21)4 pound "Munger," the best
wheel on earth. 24 Wall street.
Private Stock.
That whiskv is a good servant, but a
hard master, is a trite expression.
Those who want a good quality of
whisky, which fills the bill as a good
servant, should inquire at Louis
Melczer's for "Private Stock."
That Terrible Goat.
The firemen have a William goat as
white as white can be, and every man
and boy in town knows him as a son-of-a-g.
No rope too small for him to
walk, no steps too steep to climb, and
he'll dine on anything from screens to
a barrel of Tempe lime. He took a
stroll down Washington street into
Beattie's tent one day and when he
saw such works of art he fainted dead
away. Moral: Read the papers and
when you visit Beattie's studio you
will not be so surprised to learn that
the "Beattie Photos" are really the
finest ever executed in this part of the
country. His prices are not outrage
ously high either. Compelled to re
move tents out of fire limits to Wash
ington and Sixth avenue. . Proofs sent.
Photos delivered.
Awarded
Highest Honors World' Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fre
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
) YEARS THE STANDARD.
Election Bets.
A large number of bets of boxes of
the Murray & Demers candy have been
made by ladies, gentlemen, school chil
dren and people of all classes. A lot of
fresh candy has been made for this pur
pose. Packed in the neat and tasteful
boxes it is about as pleasant a settle
ment as one can receive. -
City Taxes.
City taxes will soon be delinquent.
Tax payers had better call and settle
and save costs attached.
In Spite of the Election.
It is admitted that during the few
days immediately prfc?ding election,
the minds of a Urge majority of citizens
are so greatly occupied about things
political that business is neglected.
Many who intend to visit Phoenix this
winter have remained in their homes
thus far so as to vote. In spite of the
absorbing interest of the elections Col.
Simms reports that inquries about lots
in his beautiful addition half a mile
north of Center street were never so
numerous and never came from a more
desirable class of investors.
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 failtopleaBe all who will
but try this favorite dining room.
The Irvine Addition.
The Irvine addition which adjoins
the southwestern part of Phoenix, of
fers a stjlendid opportunity to invest
ors. The lots are perfectly level, but a
few minutes' waik from the court
house and are 50x150 in size. They
can be bought for $150. $50 in cash and
the balance on eagy payments. Mr. Ir
vine's office is over the store of the Ir
vine stationery company. Why pay
rent?. "
Notice to All Who Eat.
After November 1 we will sell for
cash only. We have no favorites but
all will profit alike by our cash system.
Soliciting a continuance of yoar liberal
patronage we are yours to serve.
R. M. Damebon,
The Five Point Grocer.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Fair Hiehesr Medal and Diploma.
GO TO THE I
IEYINE CO., I
FOR 1
8noes.
NEEDLE
TOES
A r e the latest in ladies' and gen
tlemen's fine shoes. In oar new
fine stock which is the largest and
best ever shown in Phoenix, we are
stowing the needle, picc&dilly.
narrow and square in the newest
designs and patterns CallaDdsee
our stock whether you wish to
buy or not. We can interest you.
H. L CHANDLER
Shoe Company.
Insurance.
lie lew M life
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
Barber tSlvo p.
TTT i ' 1 J
W M II T P fl i To Patronize the
"U111UU5W0KKIKG MAN'S
1000
Men
MRJEI1 SHOP.
The only eihon in the city
I That closes on Sunday.
. F. HOLLRiGSHEAD, Prop
Give TJg a Trial.
Blaoksmlth.
W. M. WILSON'S
Firat Are. and Jeffeison 8t.
Is the place
If
Yon
Want
v Your Horse
Rightly Shod
By a Skillful Workmen
m of BLACKSMITHING.
Or Any
Farley :-: House.
ROOMS
NEWLY FURNISHED.
E ATHS IN CONNECTION.
First-Class Accommodations. Moderate Rates.
Washington St., bet. 6th and 7th A vs.
Mrs. T. Frymire, Prop.
Drugs.
Insurance
Company.
BOONE & LEWIS,
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1 Hot vrE r RoTTg
V
INSTANT RELIEF
is the most welcome of all remedies.
You eet it by always having on hand a
few standard medicines and prepira-
tions which may be classed under the
neaa oi "ready re let." we nave thorn
and you outtht to have them, too.
uur stock of drugs is unequalled In
loKii. viduur prescription department
noted for th puefil accuracy. We
also have a full line of toilet and'mani
cure articles.
C. ESCHMAN & CO.
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