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THE ARIZONA KEPTJBLICA: WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21, 1894.
5 LOCAL BRIEFS. A Comprehensive View of Yes terday's Happenings. A Thief Identified by a Nose Which He Did Not Have-A Fatal Fondness for Oysters. Window glass at Talbot & Hubbard's. Geo. Hamlin, the well known min ing man, was taken seriously ill yester day. W. K. James was yesterday appointed administrator of the estate of Ed. Ennis." A meeting of the chamber of com merce will ba held tonight for the an nual election of officers. The wife of J. D. Monihon who has been ill for several days, is growing worse and her friends are deeply alarmed. H. S. Dunn is engaged in surveying the Kirkland tract east of town. It will be laid out in lots and blocks a ad placed on the market. A. E. Hintoo yesterday sent 100,000 pounds of miscellaneous freight to the north and south railroad camps. The bulk of the supplies for the camps are now purchased in the valley. C P. Cronin, for the past six months cashier of the Dairy lunch counter, be came yesterday proprietor and sole manager. This means a general bright ening up and radical changes for the better about the popular resort. A special meeting of the Law and Order League of Phoenix, for the elec tion of officers, will be held at Judge Early's office, in the Fleming block, Wednesday evening, November 21. A full attendance of members is desired. That Judge Joseph Campbell was buried in MaricoDa county only be neath a vote of seven when others" went out of eight under scores and hundreds in the late cataclysm is creditabls to his popularity. In any other than a strictly Republican year he would have been prominent far above the surface. Four hobos between the ages of four teen and seventeen were convicted in police court yesterday of begging on the streets. They had been operating en masse to add force to their demands for subsistance. They were only a part of Night Marshal Buck's first catch. All were sent below for ten days. M. J. McElligon, formerly of El Paso, has tastefully fitted np the room formerly occupied by J. H. Prince as a saloon and will ODen Saturday of this week if all can be gotten in readiness. His appearance is in h's favor and promises the establishment of a success ful business. Barrels of liquor will bs arranged behind the bar Bodega fash ion. A man nnmed Cousins known better to the populace as "Noeey" because he has no nose was arrested by Special Officer Webster last night. The com plaint against "Nosey" preferred by the proprietor of the Nevada corral was that be had stolen a coat from one of the guests of the corral. Mr. Webster is a gentleman who is troubled with a weakness of stomach and says he would rather make no arrest at all" than lead a man without a proboscis to jail. The prince of prize ring patrons, Richard K. Fox, is determined to give the thieves who stole the champion ship belt an interesting time trying to conceal it. The following notice, dated November 15, has been sent by The Police Gazette broadcast over the United States and Europe: "Richard K. Fox, proprietor of The Police Ga zette, and the donor of the heavyweight cbampionBhiD belt which was stolen at Davenport, Iowa, on Sunday night last, has offered $500 for its recovery and arrest of the thief." Late last night a man who might really have been suffering from hunger, but whose hunger even in its extremity manifested a discrimination entirely out of joint with the present hard times, seized three cans of Saddlerock oysters (and everybody knows that every Sad dlerock oyster involves a fortune) and Btarted np an alley. The oysters be longed exclusively to 'J. A. Phillips. They were owned by no syndicate. Three individuals who had no interest in them, but cared only that vast capital should not be lost to Arizona, gave chase. They overtook, captured him and turned him over to Special Officer Webster, who was also camping on his trail. He will be tried for treason today. PERSONAL. Mrs. C. Hayden of Tempe, was a visitor yesterday. L. J. Wood was a passenger for Tem pe on last night's train. Collector S. F. Webb who has been in town since Sunday on official busi ness returned to Nogales laBt night. Rochester Ford, chancellor of the Territorial University, returned to Tuc eon last night after a few days' stay in the capital. C. W. Cronse of Mesa, the efficient gentleman who will hold down the chair of the probate ludze of Maricopa county, was in town early yesterday morning. 8. C. Roberts of San Bernardino, a former resident ot rhosnix and partner of Henry Ryder, is revisiting Phoenix He has not been here for thirteen years and says he scarcely recognizes the town. Sam Webb whom the people of Noea les say, is the best collector of internal revenue they have ever had, has been visiting old friends here for a couple of days and returned last sight to the line city. Ed Branch has opened another of his bijou cigar stores. It is part of the front of the former Prince saloon and pale of Tempe. I We cannot remember whether it was Milton, Moore or Arnold who sting the glories of the Vale of Tempe and 21 we are so busy selling and delivering Tables since we 13 marked them down 25 per cent that we have no time to look it up. 5 Hambrook & Schorr. lilUiUUiUUUUMUUJUlUJUlUilUWUilUWiUUiUJUJUiui will be disposed of to Ed's brother-in-law, who is expected in a week or eo from California. Commercial hotel guests yesterday were Ben M. Crawford, Tucson; John B. Power, Brooklyn, N. Y.; John T. Wood, Sentinel ; Joseph Lendan, San Francisco; Emile Breidlach, St. Louis; B. Paddock, Gila Bend ; W. N. Gamley, Philadelphia; W.P.Wright and wife and Chas. Woods. J. W. Benham, who is not asleep, has invested a couple of thousand dol lars in the wood business. A sawing machine made to order in Oakland, Cal., is doing splendid work. His yard on Third avenue and Washington gives employment to four extra men. Ben ham ie a thoroughly enterprising young man and richly deserves the full meas ure of success which he will achieve. LOCAL BREVITIES. Pacific Grotto. Pacific Grotto. If yon don't read The Republican you don't get the news. For general house cleaning, window washing, address J. W. Williams, cor ner 13th Avenue and Jackson Street. Read the new ad ot the Red Corner store. Read it carefully, you will know whv they do not oner premium ticketB, each actually worth only 2c. Dr. Ancil Martin, eye, ear, nose, throat and general surgery. Subscribe for The Republican. De livered in any part of the city for only 25 cents a week. Every lady is invited to join Mrs. Cooley's delsarte clasa, Tuesdays and Fridays at 2 p. m. at Mrs. Redewill's. Dr. D. M. Purman, diseases of women. Send us 75 cents in stamps and we will mail you The Weekly Republican for six mouths. No other way to learn all about the Great Salt River valley Pacific Grotto. Pacific Grotto. 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'clocs. 'Coffee Al" they call him and never was a name more fittingly bestowed. Lunch counter Commercial block. Pacific Grotto. Pacific Grotto. A new and positive consumption cure Pneumocura Co., room 3, Mahoney Big A gentle fresh milch cow for sale cheap. Inquire this office. R. Waldin. Kevstone Pharmacy, tele phone No. 93. For sale A well established poultry business with lease on ten acres alfalfa land one-fourth mile from Phomix. Address Lock Box 666. A. W. Cottrell, physician and sur geon and diseases of women. Government Reports ON TESTS OF Baking Powders. Analysis by the Chief Chemist of the U. S. Agricultural Dep't proves Dr. Price's to be superior in leavening strength and purity to all other powders. THE PROOF. (From Official Records). Leavening Gas. Cub. in. per oz. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder 166 The award of highest honors to Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder at the World's Columbian Fair was the result of investigation by the Government authorities and leading experts in food products. It stamps Dr. Price's as the best and strongest baking powder ever offered to the public. HoliOOl Books. 9 GO TO THE IRVINE CO., FOR SCHOOL BOOKS. Two vacant rooms today at the Ven dome, (up stairs) stove in each. $10 and $12 per month. Card. The lunch counter known as The Dairy has been purchased by me. An acquaintance of the paet six months with the needs of the patrons of The Dairy and a study of their preferences leads me to believe I can hold a large majority of its present and win back many former customers, 'it will be my effort to supply the freshest, most sea sonable and the best food possible and to elevate the standard of The Dairy so that it shall be in quality of food and liberality of management secand to no similar resort. All bread, cake, pastry, meats and vegetables are freshly cooked on the premises. None but competent, experienced cooks and waiters will be employed. C. P. Cbonin, , Proprietor. Terms to Suit. In the Irvine addition southwest of town are some desirable building lots which may be had at a very moderate figure of the owner, Mr. E. Irvine. He is in a position to offer terms upon his lots so easy that persons of compara tively slight income who desire to build their own house on their own lot can easily manage it. Intending investors should call upon Mr. Irvine, over the Irvine stationery store on Washington street. ' --L Firemen Attention. All members of the Phcenix Fire De partment are requested to meet at the engine house Wednesday, Nov. 21, 1894, at 8 p. m. for general practice. By order of H. Goodman, J. M. Shott, Sect. Chief. Crowing North. Another handsome building is to be built on North Center Btreet. It is the building of the Odd Fellows at the cor ner of Adams street. It will be but a short time before the ground between the ditch and the Simms addition will be fully occupied by fine structures in stead of being but dotted as now. The Sweeney, Ainsworth, Goldman, Melc zer and Frazier residences are all mod ern, sightly any newly built. They are of the class that will be built in the Simms' addition. Notice to Owners of Fowls. Owners of chickens or fowls of any 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 partieB 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. Ed. Schwartz, City Recorder. A. M I U -V Dry Goods, GH! The Freight Is So High! LADIES: This ie the excuse you have heard for years in Phoenix for high prices in dry goods. The New Dry Goods Store In the Cole Block, Near the Postoffice, Phoenix, Ha, broken the corner in high prices. They are Belling their Goods at. Eastern Prices. GEORGE T. JKTf , Prop. Bakery. STAR BAKERY MILK STEAM BREAD Bound Home Made Loaves. A FULL LINE OF PASTRY Cinnamon Rolls. Call Cards Supplied. Hang one out and our team will call. A. L. FISHER, Prop. Van Buren Street, Near Five Points. TELEPHONE NO. 78. 21 South Canter St., PHCENIX. Meat M a.r lvet . BEEF And all kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats and Sausage. Kept in Cold Storage. Family orders promptly delivered. Chas. Kraft, Washington Market. Next the Dairy. Shoes. NEEDLE TOES Are the latest in ladies' and gen tlemen's fine shoes. In our new fine stock which is the largest and best ever shown in Phoenix, we are st owing the needle, piccadilly, narrow and square in the newest designs nd patterns Call and see onr stork whether you wish to buy or not. We can interest you. H. L. CHANDLER Shoe Company. Bicheitu ITI O IV . i Insurance. The Kew York Life Insurance Company: i 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 Halrdresslne. Hairdressing & Complexion Parlors. MRS. N. H. DETTMER, Late of Denver, the ARTIST HAIRDRESSER. Removes wrinkles, pimples freckles; Devel opes the neck and bust. Come and investigate. 831 E. Washington St Gregory House Block. Barber Hliop. Wanted To"1 patronize the WORKING MAN'S BARBER SHOP. The only Shop in the city That closes on Sunday. 1000 men t P. H0LLINGSHE1D, Proo Give Vb a Trial. Drug Htore. AT BRISLEY'S "Mountain City" DRUGSTORE. Special attention is given to country orders. Try 1 us! Send in by mail or otherwi6e PRESCOTT, ARIZ. Delivery. THE PHCENIX , SPECIAL DELIVERY will call and deliver baggage anywhere in town. PARCELS ONLY 10c. W. S. FIELDS. Stand cor. Center & Washington. Drugs. 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 bead of "ready relief." We have them and you ought to have them, too. Our stock of drugs is unequalled in town, and out prescription department noted for the careful accuracy. We also have a full line of toilet and mani cure articles. C. ESCHMAN & CO. BOONE 01 on i i v- i INSTANT RELIEF