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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1896.
5 juissour Apples, pauu; Vjauiurma Grapes, Blackberries, Strawberries. Celery, Horse Radish Root, Bed Pep- pers, iaunnuwer, Lama dckus, T tiUKar Peas. Fresh Oysters in bulk and cans. Best quality & lowest prices in the city. t 6. Q. BUXTON & CO. Fruits, Vegetables, Poultry, Fish ana Oysters. 9W. ffasnington St. - - Thonel22 WEATHER REPORT. 0.9. Department of agriculture, SST OF AGRICULTURE, 1 vVEVfHER BUREAU. r'HcENix. Oetobsr 31. 1896. J Barom. pres. (red. to tet level) in. Actual temperature Sensible temperature Relative humility Direction of wind , Velocity ol wind f , Rainf&U (pari 12 noun) . State of weather OA. .Mio P. M 30.068 51.4 47.2 !6 6 1 ciear 30.008 71 0 56.5' 45 w 1 . clear Forecast ior toflav, lair and wwrmer. Buhner Hackbtt, Observer. CITY AND COUNTY IN BRIEF. Small Paragraphs of General Interest. A The News of a Day In PhoBnlxand its Tributary Region Presented In a Nutsrteli-Doings of People and Other Matters. 2 I ,V - A game of football will be played this afternoon ajthe park. T. W. Hine contemplates a trip to Sonora early next week to look after business Interests. The annual meeting of M natives of Kansas now residents of Arizona will be ibAl at Tempe Saturday, Novem ber 7r Miss Lena Purdy, the gifted elocu tionist, will shortly give a dramatic en tertainment at Tempe for the benefit of the Baptist church. Clerk Sheridan of the board of su pervisors ihas been very busy the past two days sending out election matter to the various precincts. The baseball en thusiasts will have an opportunity. . to witness a game this afternoon between two local teams. Game called at 3 o'clock. A young child of Mr. Hughes of the (Phoenix liron works swallowed a thim ble Friday. Dr. Stroud was called and attended to the young one. last night was Hallowe'en, when hobgoblins held full away and the mis chievous iboy had great sport in re moving gates and changing signs. The grealt register of Maricopa county has passed through, the print ers' hands. There are 4,435 voters reg istered, a gain of over a hundred in 1894. Three vagrants found sleeping in a barn by officers, were on trial in the police court yesterday and sentenced to serve ten days each on the chain gang. The Democratic nominees drove over to Mesa last might to tell the people of that burg what they would lose if they were not elected and Mark Smith was not sent to congress. IW. H. Smith & Co., undertakers, yesterday removed (their parlors from Center street to corner Fifth avenue and Washington street, where the warerooms of the company and the marble yard are. situated. Mr. Hay, the iWells-Fargo express agent, says that business in his line is on a 'heavy increase, and will con tinue so until after the holidays. Yes terday two ostriches Irom ithe ostrich farm were consigned to a party in Iowa. Governor Franklin left Washington Friday on bis return trip to Phoenix. The report Of Ithe governor was pro nounced by the secrtljary of the inter ior as a very valuable document, both comprehensive and exhaustive in de scribing the resources of the territory. A Mexican named Alberta Lopez was yesterday examined Iby Justice Morris on a charge of rape on a 16-year-old girl. The evidence adduced was not sufficient to 'hold the man on the charge. He pleaded guilty to simple assault and was fined the amount of 4ihe costs of "She case. Pastor Ogburn of the Christian church announces that at an early date the church board will be able to give information regarding the building of the new church. The present location is now on sale and it is the desire of ftke entire body of the church to re build as quickly as possible. Charles WlUis, operator of the Western Union Telegraph company in this city, has received the appoint ment of auditor of the M. & P. Rail road company, made vacant by the resignation of C. H. Gordon. Mr. Wil lis is deserving of the position, for he was "formerly a faithful employe of the railroad and his appointment is a just recognition of his merits. The Ladies' Aid sociei'.y of Phoenix held a call meeting yestewlay after noon for the purpose of making ar rangements for a turkey supper to be given by tlbem on Tuesday evening. It will be an 'Election supper, and will be given in the room on Center street formerly occupied by The Republican. The proceeds of the supper are to be expended by Ithe society in its work. Robert Hudson has a splendid op portunity of keeping well supplied wi.h liquid refreshments the balance of the winter owing to an ingenious bet he made yesterday. Hudson has per fect confidence in.the election of Jerry iMillay and be bet a glass of whisky for each vote over one thousand cast for Millay against his opponent, M. H. Williams. A German named Martin Plazar was examined on a idharge of insanity yes terday by Probate Judge Crouse. The man was found prowling around the Catholic church a few days ago and. was terrorizing the neighborhood- He was arrested on complaint of one of the priests.. The man talked rationally on every subject when questioned, save Ithat of religion. He was committed to the asylum.. At the last meeting of the committee on the (Florence 'Crittenton home, the appoinliment of the acting sub-committee was continued. The committee on solicitation reported that they were still meeting with success. The com mittee on location announced ithat by Wednesday, November 4, they would have the location decided on and tlhe preparation of Ijhe building would go on at once. An additional committee was appointed to secure a matron. The Bee Hive will move into an el egant new store on West Washington street, next week. It is the room for merly occupied by tlhe Trask-Kessler Grocery company. Mr. Winters has had the 'room finished in white, with fine new office and cash cage, and all the metropolitan features for the most elaborate display of the stock of dry goods, millinery and clothing. The room is 137 feet deep and twentyfiye feet wide. A couple of months ago an eccentric individual named Jeff Florida was sent to the insane asylum. His hobby was to coin money out of copper, iron or lead, which 'he insisted was 'as good as tie government money. In rummag ing around Florida's old quarters yes terday a large can was found filled with lead dollars. The coins were made from a die made of zinc, the im pression being taken by hammering the zinc over a good dollar. The coins wre taken to the sheriff's office and melted in a stove. Frank Kirkland, the mining man, who returned two days ago from a trip up north, reports the finding of a rich prospect two miles east of Vulture. Three Mexicans who were prospecting in the neighborhood found some float that gave indications of carrying con siderable gold. There was no indica tion of a ledge around, but they con cluded . to sink a few feet for luck. They dug down two feet and struck a blind lead which showed up -well. They gfolt out two tona of the ore with an arasitra which netted about $60 a ton. It gives promise of being even richer. The ore Is free milling and the lead is about two feet wide. PERSONAL MENTION. Mrs. J. J. Davidson, wife and nurse arrived yesterday from Beaver, Pa. F. M, King and wife of Los Angeles are stopping alt the Sixth Avenue, B. S. Jones, manager of the Congress Gold company's store at 'Congress, is in the city. H. L. Scott, familiarly known among mining men as "Hank,"' is in the city from Fool's Gulch. R. W. Chamberlain of Des Moines, Iowa, has arrived in Phoenix and will remain here permanently. F. M. Sigler and daughter arrived yesterday from Indianapolis and are registered at the Sixth Avenue hotel. Frank M. King and bride returned yesterday from Los Angeles. The couple will make Itheir home in Phoe-, nix. Frank Oibermuller, who on last Sunday was injured by being thrown from a horse, was able to be around yeslterday. Mr. J. L. Powell, buyer for L. Hauser of Los Angeles, is in town and will be engaged some time da buying fat cat tle for the Los Angeles market A FACT. Woolen goods in New York have fallen 50 per cent in prices in the last two months. We bought all of our woolen dress goods for spot cash on a fallen market and will sell our dress goods for 50 per cent less than any other store that bought their goods ear lier in the season. We 'have just re ceived and placed on sale 100 pieces woolen dress goods ranging in prices from 10 to 35 cents per yard, worth! from 20 to 50 cents per yard. We are now offer ing .the finest grades, of woolen and silk dress goods at prices (if the qual ity can 'be found in any other store in this city alt all), the prices for it would be double. We are still selling ladies' capes ranging from $1.25 tto $7.50 each; worth from $3 to $15. THE PHOENIX DRY GOODS CO. Opposite City Hall. LOCAL BREVITIES. ALMOST A CRIME. It really is to take a child to any other photographer, when Beattie is in town. Most photographers dread to see a Ibaby coming, and after one or two unsuccessful trials will "look dag gers" at the mother and tell her to "bring it some other day, wttten it is a better humor;!' or, worse still, will get a picture of it that looks more like a rag doll than it does a baby. The 'trouble is not wish the child, but with the photographer. Few men under stand children and they are lacking in patience as well. Beattie makes a spe cialty of children, and "Seattle's 'babies laugh," though they" may come to the studio crying. But no matter who your photographer may be, you should never drill the children in how they should act before the camera. This makes some children self-conscious, and the operator will find it more difficult to make them forget themselves. To get a pretty and childlike picture, small children should be taken while at play and when totally unconscious of being photographed. The intelligent pho tographer, who understands the hand ling of children will know best how to do this. Seventy-five "pnes gives you your pick ol over 200 ladies', misses' and children's hats, drummers' samples. Great variety if new shapes, value from $1 to $2.25, -'The Mammoth," 218 and 220 East Washington street. Drummer's samples, ladiee', misses' and children's felt bats, choice for one week, 75 cents. Over 200 Bhapes to select from, at "The Mammoth," 220 East Washington street. Fonnd on North C -titer Street, a white knit shawl. Owner can claim property at this office. Stoves set up and blacked at your residence. Arizona Commission Co., 242 West Washington street. Tlhe Arizona Abstract Co., R. L. Long manager. Oldest office in Arizona, Property system, lists of property own ed by individuals furnished. Office 211 Fleming building. BLOOD IS LIFE and upon, the pur ity and vitality of the blood depends the health of the whole system. Ex perience proves Hood's Sarsaparilla to be the best blood purifier. - - HOOD'S PILLS ' act easily and promptly on the liver and bowels. Cure sick headache. . The Montezuma restaurant will open for its patrons next Friday, November 1. Many will reme"inber this restau rant, as it was formerly the Ivy Green and is under the efficient management of 'Mrs. A. Williamson; who has had an extensive experience in the restau ranit business. IThose who enjoy the choicest edibles will ' find in the Monte zuma their every desire. EVERY; MAN. For Rent Pleasant front room in desirable location. Lamson business peollege. Those contemplating having pic tures enlarged, or crayon work done for Christmas, should go to Hart well's gallery alt once. It takes time to do the beat kind of work. Get your order in first. Everv man who iha nairl mnnov t a National hank In the nastf two ron.ra as Interest can make money by calling on A. J. Daggs, attorney at law, Room 4 Lewis building. ; Dress making parlors will be opened in the Fleming block, Monday, No vember 2, under the management of Mrs. L. Hyde of this city, and Mrs. A. M. Ames of New York. STOKE TO LET. That magnificent double store in the Wharton block, now occupied by The Arizona Republican. Inquire at Melc zer's liquor store. Ladles should prepare f or the change in the weather by 'buying one of those handsome wraps at Alkire's. These garments wear well, look well and will keep you well if you get one in time. Don't put it off until tomorrow, but come today. We are anxious to see every Phoenix lady wearing one of our wraps and with that end in view have marked them away down. You can get wrapped cheaper at Alkire's than at any other store In the city. Mrs. 'Geo. F. Briggs, 536 North Fifth street, fashionable dressmaker, at reasonable prices. Tailor made suJts a specialty. NOTICE. To meet new conditions of trade, E. F. Kellner's store will adopt a "strictly cash basis" from November 1, 1896. Goods will 'be sold at such reduced prices as to defy all competition and give our patrons a large saving in prices on our goods. E. F. Kellner's Store. Tis Pretty, TisTrue, All sizes and Widths in this Twentieth Century Shoe.. DARK TAN, TH PRICE, .V$3.50".V. E 1. Di Slue lave lo I mm . Our trimmed and pattern hats? All the 1 1 latest styles. We carry nothing but u nt i n i i riiii Hign wade Miim STOVER & PITCHER, Gooding Building, Opposite Adams Hotel. HIGH GRADE MILLINERY Opening Qaturrl WHIUI UUJ Attend Our Opening I m And Be Convinced. v NOV. 7. MRS. A. M. LEE. At Hard Time Prices. YHRR-R-RR! Wake Up There! -A ' It's one of 1 ; ' OUR ALARM CLOCKS! Inexpensive, Thoroughly Keliable. VANTILBERG & DAVISON, ; . Leading Phoenix Jewelers. everything! strictly first-class. Stoves set up and blacked at your residence. Arizona Commission Co., 242 West Washington street 'R. W. Chamberlain, watchmaker and jeweler, is now located in ithe Phoenix Grocery company's stand, corner Washington street and First avenue. Repairing a speciality. The Ideal Millinery Parlors, West Adams street, near Center. Furnished rooms for rent; board if preferred. 206 Fifth avenue. MISS EDITH EMILY COWDEN, B. M. Graduate of the Conseratory pf Music of the Pacific, San Jof e. Cal , is prepared to give the regular Conservatory course of artistic piano-forte playinir Terms, $1 per lesson . Call on or ad- dress 332 N. FIFTH ST. i MEAT! MEAT! MEAT! i RARE, JUICY, TENDER AND SWEET. S! GALL ON E. A TOVREA, g 24 W. WASHINGTON ST. - Umbrellas! Umbrellas! Special sale of ladies' umbrellas, paragon frame, nat ural handle, only 85 cents; worth double the price asked. Alkire Co. Prepare for cold weather and buy your winter underwear at Alkire's. Best cup of coffee at "Coffee Al's.' Patronize home industry and get one of Smith's $25 suits. Elegant line of goods just arrived- Dan't delay on your photograph work for Christmas, but call at Hart well's at once. Give him plenty of time for the choicest work. Depew can sell you a cactus proof, unpuncturable pair of tires for $10, fully guaranteed. Call and see them. No. 17 BouiUh Firslt avenue. Alkire's are selling underwear much below all other stores. Coll and see their low prices. - CROQUET ......SETS! Special Bargains for the next SO days. AND BATH BOOHS Opposite the Opera Hon Be, 19 S. Center St. FRANK SHIRLEY, Prop. Chilaren'i flair -cutting specialty. SEATING STOVES REPAIRED BLACKED PUT UP Don't wait until cold weather before having them attended to. D. HL BTJRTIS, 27-29 E. Washington St. THE! BUST ALWAY5 DRY GOODS HP FURNISHINGS 18 and 20 North First Ave. Iflemirur Block, - Telephone 154. .Phoenix. Arizona.