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THE ARIZONA KEPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MOKNING, NOVEMBER II, 1894.
5 LOCAL BRIEFS. A Series of Events Worthy of Mention. Matrimonial Boom Sets Horse Detained by a Crap Came. Window glass at Talbot & Hubbard's. Clay Leonard has no objection to the general understanding that his fruit is ireshest and confectionery unsurpassed. A public installation of the officers elect of Floral lodge I. O. (J. T. in the Cartwright neighborhood took place last night. A girl wanted to assist in general house work and wait on table. Could attend school. Address lock drawer B, postoffice. The family of Mr. and Mrs. John Burger was increased yesterday by the birth of a daughter and everybody is appropriately happy. Robert Doll has taken charge of the Wall'etreet Bauiple room. Certain re ductions in the price of a popular bev erage will attract many to the resort. Architect Hemlen has a dark secret. He began yesterday plans for a $25,000 residence to be erected on Washington street and will not say for whom or where. Why should not the patrons of the M. E. Hurley meat market sleep sound 'o nights ? They know they are nour ished by the best meat raised in the valley. Licenee to marry was iesusd yester day to John W. Benjamin and Mary Woods, William J. Kichardson and Lizzie Brown, Harry A. Kendall and Almeda Fairbanks. The case against Frankie Hill and Era St. Clair, charged with robbing a drunken miner, wag continued yester day in Justice Johnstone's court until tomorrow afternoon. The partnership arrangement by which J. K. Bruce is to. acquire an in terest in the Lemon hotel while still pending and probable of fulfillment has not yet been effected. Those tickets at the Bee Hive good for a dime's worth of toys or fancy Christmas goods are becoming very popular, A ticket goes with every dollar's worth of goods purchased. On tomorrow night Garden Valley Lodge No. 1, 1. O. G. T., will install her officers for the ensuing term, in their lodge room, in Y. M. C. A. hall. All Good Templars are invited to attend. Two tramps were in police court yes terday morning for being tramps. They entered into a stipulation with the re corder to leave town in-fifteen minutes. A Mexican who was drunk and disor derly was sent below for five days. Col. Martin of the N. G. A. has iEsued orders in the matter of the court mar tial upon the cases of Privates Harm- son, Coffey and Monihon of Company B. The first was fined $5, Coffee was acquitted and Monihon dishonorably discharged. New carpets of a solid sea green, so heavy that they send back no sound of the footfall, have been laid in the offices of the secretary of the territory. The color matches the coloring of the walls and wood work and produces an effect pleasing to aesthetic tastes. Carlos Gonzalez, arrested for the bur glary of roe Nogronne's saloon last Wednesday night, was tried in probate court yesterday for insanity. If he was feigning he did it so well that the court didn't know what to do about it and sent him to the asylum not so much to be cured as to be tested. Among the merry nimrods who will break today the primeval stillness of the Gila vailey with blast of gun and shout of triumphant glee at the toppling of the gaudy-winged duck are Messrs. Lamsoa and Sparks, who set out Friday night, and Keller and Wawaon, who left long ere dawn this morning. Cal Williams, a news carrier, came into possession of a $100 bicycle last night through the liberality of Andrew Barry. While the matter of his pos session of the wheel was pending the little fellow was seized with hysterics and when the thing was settled his joy found expression in moist eyes. The following transfers of real estate were yesterday entered for record: Mary J. Wilcoxen to G. J. McLean, part of nej, sec 22, tp 1 n, r 2 e, $1,000. Harry W. Adams to Margaret Finley Adams, a one-fourth interest in sec 32, tp 3 n, r 2 e. John Davies to Mary E. Cosbv, lota 4 and 5, block 34, Meea, $250." The case against J. E. Teeters, charged with carrying concealed weap ons, was dismissed in Justice John tone's court yesterday, the prosecuting witness, W. B. Casey, failing to appear. The defendant also showed that some time ago he had obtained legal permis sion to carry a revolver and the permit had never been revoked. Mr. John W. Benjamin and Miss Mary Woods, both well known and highly esteemed residents of Phoenix, were united in marriage last night by Justice Johnstone on South Second streets. Wedding euests were Dr. Scott Helm and wife, Major R. Allyn Lewis and wife, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Jobs and Major and Mrs. H. B. Robin son. A. P. Walbridge yesterday sent a box containing an assortment of cacti to T. J. Crowe, an old friend and publisher at Detroit. Mr. Crowe already has an extensive cactus collection embracing fifty varieties. Most of them had been procured is Texas, but he thought the collection would not be complete with out representation from Arizona, the real home of this interesting plant A very pleasant wedding occurred last evening at 5 o'clock at the residence of Mr. J. V. Keadall, on South Eight 'Mother Carload j St: Came yesterday. Tables this time. Exten- sions 150; more 'en our share, so we make a drive. All Tables Marked Down 25 per cent. Solid oak, heavy legs, well finished, E . work smoothly. Now's the time to get a table. Hambrook & Schorr. avenue. His Bon, Henry A. Kendall, was united in marriage to Mibs Almeda Fairbank of Dodge Centre, Minnesota. The ceremony wbs pronounced by the Rev. G. L. Pearson, and was witnessed by the immediate relatives and a few friends. An excellent supper was served and the evening was happily spent in social converse. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall will reside in Phoenix. The president and secretary of the California miners' convention, which meets at San Francisco on the 19th, de sire a representation of five delegates from Arizona. The object of the con vention is to frame a petition to con gress asking for needed changes in ex isting mining lows. One matter in par ticular which will be discussed is the subject of mining claims on land grants. Persons who are willing to represent the territory in this convention should correspond with Governor Hughes. Emanuel B. Scott was in the police court yesterday morning for neglect of his horse. Mr. Scott is an expressman, and a good one, but after his days' work is finished he sometimes leaves his horse anchored to a hitching post while he himself ib anxiously waiting to see "seven or 'leven" come. These elusivs numbers frequently keep Mr. Scott standing around until very late at night. The recorder charged him a dollar an hour for the time the horse was tied up on Friday night. It came to $5. The eighteenth birthday of Miss Daisy, the accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boone Lewis of Tempe, was celebrated last Friday night. The handsome home was gaily adorned "with floral decorations and the night was moBt enjoyably spent. The birthday gifts were numerous and costly. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Miller, Mrs. T. L. Schultz. Misses Wildman, McNeill, Price, Martha and Louie Gage, Dobble and Haynes. Messrs. Taylor, VanHorn, McNeill, Franklin, Goldman, Jones, Politzer. llllnolsans. All former residents of the state of Illinois are cordially invited to join the annual basket picnic of the Illinois society at Phoenix park at 10 o'clock, Saturday, Nov. 17, 1894. Cof fee furnished at the grounds by Robt. H. Greene. All strangers are invited to attend. By order of the executive com mitte. LOCAL BREVITIES. Pacific Grotto. Pacific Grotto. For general house cleaning, window washing, address J. W. Williams, cor ner 13th Avenue and Jackson Street. Dr. D. M. Purman, diseases of women. The Phoenix Special Delivery will call for and deliver baggage to all parts of the city. All orders promptly attended to. CONSUMPTIVES try a remedy of merit. "Pneumocura Co.," room 3, Mahoney building. Dr. Ancil Martin, eye, ear, nose, throat and general surgery. Try Double Koumyss at Walden's pharmacy. The business done by the Pacific Grotto lunch counter, would be com plimentary to anv house in a much larger city than Phoenix. 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 tarm or city prop erty. Dalton & Lamm, S. W. Cor. Washington and Wall streets. Parties desiring lots ;n the beautiful Simma addition should apply to J. T. Simma, Office Room 3 Monihon build ing, from 10 to 12 and 1 to 3 o'clock. 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 ana its unparalelea climate and re' sources. Pacific Grotto. Pacific Grotto. "Coffee Ai" they call him and never was a name more fittingly bestowed. Luneh counter commercial block. A chrysanthemum fair and souvenir social will be given by the ladies of the Christian church Friday evening. Nov. 16, at Gardiner's hall. A good time for all is assured. The Phoenix Special Delivery will call for and deliver parcels to any part of the city for 10 cents. Hotxool Books. S GO TO THE IKVINE CO., FOR SCHOOL BOOKS. 6 Paul and Virginia. It was not Virginia's Paul but that other and greater who said something about "a little wine." Louis Melczer is still selling his clarets and California white wines at the greatly reduced prices. For Over Fifty Years. Mrs. Winslow'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 best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty five cents a bottle. Commercial Dining Room. The Commercial hotel dining room has reopened under the management of W. v. Dodennon. 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 presidf-d over by a competent and "fekillful chef who cannot fail to p lease all who will but try this favorite dining room. Notice to Owners of Fowls. Owners of chickens or fowls of anv kind are hereby notified that it is con trary to the city ordinances to keep chickens or fowls of any kind within the city limits without a license from the board of health, and all parties hav ing and keeping any kind of fowls with in the city after the date of December, the 15th, 1894, without having pro cured said license, will be prosecuted under the law. ho'. Schwartz, City Recorder. Notice. Pulman & Treber are the proprietors of the Lemon House. J. K. Bruce is bartender and has no proprietary in terest in the house. The Irvine Addition. The Irvine addition which adjoins the southwestern part 'of Phoenix, of fers a splendid opportunity to invest ors. The lots are perfectly "level, but a few minutes' walk from the court house and are 50x150 in size. They can be bought for $150. $50 in cash and the balance on easy payments. Mr. Ir vine's office is over the store of the Ir vine stationery company. Why pay rent? City Taxes. f!i t.v taTAB will annti bA riplinnnpnf 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 preceding election, the tnindB of a large majority of citizens are so greatly occupied about things political that busmesa 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 reportB 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. Private Stock. That whisky is a good servant, but a hard master, is a trite expression. Those who want a good quality of whisky, which nils the bill as a good servant, should inquire at Louis Melczer's for "Private Stock." Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fre from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant i'O YEARS THE STANDARD. Ifli AMMUNITION. i At Dry Goods. OH! The Freight Is So High! LADIES: This is the excuse you have heard for years in Phoenix for high prices iu dry goods. The New Dry Goods Store Iu the Cole Block, Near the Postoffice, Phoenix, Has broken the corner in high prices. They are selling "their Goods at Eastern Prices. GEORGE T. JOHNSTON, Prop. NEEDLE TOES Are 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, piccadilly, narrow and square in the newest designs and patterns Call and see our stock whether you wish to buy or not. We can interest you. H. L. CHANDLER Shoe Company. Dressmakine. 1 S. W. Corner Second Avenue and Adams St. FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING. Cutting by the French Square System. Goods ordered by samples. Continental Experience. LOOK AT THESE PRICES : Wash Dresses $3 00 upwards Challies " ...5 00 Wool " 7.00 ' Silk " 9.00 " GOLDEN EAGLE Livery Stable. When in need of a good team or place to keep you; horse call on us C. M. STURGES & CO. Third St., rear of Lemon house. COLORADO Boot and Shoe Repair Shop Work Neat, Substantial and Guaranteed. FKICBS REASONABLE. T. F. HICKEY. Proprietor. 301 West Washington St. Two doors east of the Vendome. iliss Anna V osskuhler r i l r -i li Insurance. Tie lew York Life Insurance Company. BOONE & LEWIS, General Managers For Arizona. Rooms Sand 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 Shop. TIT L . U VW M II T P (1 i To patronize the uumvmOMj MAN'S 1000 Men BOBER SHOP. ' The only Shop in the city I That closes on Sunday. F. HOLLINGSHEAD, Prop. Give Va a Trial. Blacksmith. W. M. WILSON'S First Ave. and Jeffeison 8t Is the place If Yon Want Your Horse Rightly Shod By a Skillfol Workmen Or Any Kind of BLACKSMITHIN6. Farley:-: House. ROOMS NEWLY FURNISHED. E ATHS IN CONNECTION. First-Class Accommodations. Moderate Rates. Washington St., bet 6th and7th Ays. Mrs. T. Frymire, Prop. Dpuks, INSTANT RELIEF is the most welcome of all remedies. You get it by always having on hand a few standard medicines and prepara tions which may be classed under the head of "ready relief." We have them and you ought to have them, too. Our stock of drugs is unequalled in town. aui ow prescription department noted for 'hp rueful accuracy. We also have a full line of toilet and mani cure articles. C. ESCHMAN & CO. : . X x " X X X