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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN : TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1896.
5 Missour, Apples. Fancy California ur&pea, BiacKDerriea, oirawoerneB. - Celery, florae Radish Root, Red Pep, pers, Cauliflower, Lima Beans, Buitai Peaa. "v .. Fresh Oysters in hulk ana cans, Best quality & lowest prices in the city. V 6. Q. BUXTON & GO. Fruits, Vegetables, PouM-yK Fish and Oysters.' -39W. Washington Sit . - - 'Phonel22. but who lor the last two months has been engaged to mining to Yavapai county, came in Sunday to stay until after election. TO DISPLAY THE RETURNS. . The Arizona Republican will display the complete election "Beturns or the Nation and territory Iby means of a Atfseoptjcon to front of tilts office, 38 Adams street, tonight. The entertain ment will begin early and continue un til the last bulletin is received from the great news centers. Special arrange ments have ibeen made to give the vote of the territory. Between the bulleUns many comic pictures will 'be exhibited. Come early and 'be entertained. WEATHER REPORT. . 8. Depaetmbst op Agriculture, WEATHKB BUBB PhejX, November i iau. , 1896. Barom. pres. (red. to te level) in. Actual temperature Sensible temperature ... Relative humility Direction of wind .,. Velocity of wind v....... Rainfall (pan VI honre) ...... . Btateof weather .. OA. M o P. M 29.958 29.901 52 0 76 0 47.2 66.2 70 87 8 W 3 3 clear clear Forecast for toaay, fair. Sumner dACKBTT. Observer. CITY AND .COUNTY IN BRIEF. ' :.' , Small Paragraphs of General Interest. - -, The News of a Day In Phoenix and Its Tributary Resrlon Presented In a Nutshell-Doings of People and Other Matters. A merry picnic party spent Sunday alt the Hote-in-the-Hock, where a most enjoyable ttme was had. The Epworth league will .hold a bus iness meeting to the 'basement of th Metthodist church after prayer meet' tag on (Wednesday evening. Oscar Luedke was on .trial yesterday before Justice Johnstone. He was charged with disturbing "the peace of has wife.. He was found . guilty ana fined $10. ........ ..... About a mile of Grand-avenue has al ready been graveled. .TW Citizens' league, it is said, ds going Jo make a kick on the ground tdvatiift county is paying too much for the work. The November session of l:(he district court convened at oJock The grand 'jury was called for Friday morning at 9 o'clock. The judge announced that !he would calt the civil calendar on 'Thursday. " '',"': Sheriff Hensberger of Monroe county, West Virginia,' will' arrive this after noon witih requisililion papers for Lee Crotty, the man now confined to the county jail on a charge of murder, which 'he is alleged to have oommitted in West Virginia. The De Monto company will on Sat urday, might next give a diamond ring to the most popular young lady. The question of popularity is being decided by vote and up to date Miss Myrna Holmes is in the lead 'by 625 votes. E. S. P. Andrews and (Steve Andrews returned today from their placer camp on the Haasayampa, and will remain until after election. Their new claim is running one-half cent to the pan, and Itlhey will soon begin ground sluic ing with an increased force of men. , The members of1 the Phoenix Episco palian church are about to organize a new church society.. It is to be called The Daughters of Ithe King, and will have a .beautiful Initiatory ceremony somewhat like that of the consecration The charter has 'been sentjfpr. Several cases were tried to the police court yesterday. Jennie iDoe and Benet es Salotam were each fined $5 on the charge of drunk and disorderly. James Martin, Charles MdCaU, George Custer. Callolarlo Henriques were each fined the same amount for- sleeping on the streets in a drunken condition. Governor Franklin returned yester day from Washlingtan, where he had gone to submit his annual report to the secretory of the interior. The report will not foe issued until next month. The governor.said tlhalt Arizona was at tracting a great deal of attention in the easst and he was asked many ques tion's aiboult its resources and capabili ties. , ." , V. . . The board of supervisors met in reg ular weekly -s&Ssion yesterday, but aside from the aud'ttlng' of accounts nothing of importance was transacted. The residents of the southern part of tlhe city wer aroused early Sunday morning iby the firing of six shots. A man was seen to run down Jefferson street alter the shots were fired, but nothing further is known. Got iMTNTCITRE GETS A FALL. Another Man's Team 'Horses Tipped Him Out. ing to popularity; -'Thesketch.es, songs, dances and acraoatic work are of a clean, attractive order that makes the big tent a family fSsdrt. No one finds their entertainments dull or tiresome for they change their programme each evening: Tonight begins Ithe comical nail-driving contest, t More fun than ever. ; '"- PRECINCT VOTING PLACES. The various voting, tweeincts in the cdty are as follows: West Phoenix, precinct No. 1, polling place Judge Johnstone's office, Wall street. West PVi wirv v nrAnri-niflt. No. fi. TV. 1 1 i ti o" n1a at Gooding buiMiog, corner of Adams and Center streets. East Phoenix, pre cinct No. 1, polling place at the Gardi ner ibiock. iuast jrmoenox precinct No. 2, polling place at Oommercial "hotel block.' PHOENIX BUILDING AND LOAN AS SOCIATION. Robert iMcIntiire was in town Sat urday nighlt and when he was ready to go home, went, to tine court house hitching rack to look, for his team. Mc- Intire was feeling good; to 'be precise, he had imbibed so much that it was not his fault that he could noit tell his team' ifrom Henry Slosser's. He got into the vehicle with difficulty and drove off. He had not proceeded far when the team ran away and threw him out. Nothing daunited, he went back to the rack and succeeded in find ing his own rig., Again was it demon strated that liquor makes a poor driver and as in the case with Slosser s team, he was thrown out and bruised uip, while portions of Ithe vehicle were found along the road for a mile. Noth ing has yet been heard of Slosser's out fit. - FAST TRAEM EASTERN LIMITED. The annual dcockholders' meeting of the Phoenix Building ,and Loan asso ciation will be hteld Tuesday, November at 7:30 p. m., at the office of C. F. Ainsworth for the election of four di rectors and such other business as may come before the meeting. Every mem ber should be present. Remember this is stockholders meeting. R. H. GREENE, Secretory. LEXINGTON, Ky., Nov. 2. The last of Carlisle's five epeeches in Kentucky, was made here to a Itremendous and enthusiastic audience at the opara house, Carlisle said that his visit to Kentucky only confirmed his previ ously expressed opinion that Bryan will be badly beaten. . Commenoing Tuesday, November 10, and successive Tuesday and Friday thereafter, tfhe Sanlta Fe route will re sume its celebrated fast' limited train service to Denver, Kansas City, Chi cago and St Louis. The Itrain will consist of vestlbuled Pullman palace sleepers, dining oar and buffet smoking car, and will -leave Phoenix, at 7:30 a, m. on each Tuesday and Friday, arriv ing at Kansas City at 5:30 p. m. of second day, St. Louis, 7, and Chicago 9:43 the following morning, thus mak ing fifteen hours' faster time than reg ular trains. Dining and buffelt cars will ibe managed by Mr. Fred Harvey, meals and lunches being served at con venient hours. iFor further informa tion write or call on E. W. Gillett, gen eral agenit, Phoenix, Ariz. The complete election returns of the natulan and territory to be 'displayed by stereopticon' at The Republican office tonight. It will be a rare open air entertainment, THET LABORED -UNiTTRJNGLY. Chairman Ford and Sec. Barnes Gallant Service. Did Chairman Ford and Secretary Barnes of the Republican territorial central committee have worked hard and faith fully for the success of the parity, dem onstrating that they were 'wisely cho sen for the (positions they fill. Secre tary Barnes has sent out 'over 15,000 pieces .of campaign- literature to indi viduals in Ithe territory, besides what was sent to county central committees: He has written over a thousand per sonal letters and overlooked nothing that had a tendency to strengthen the party. These gentlemen are entitled to the hearty thanks of every (Republi can voter in the territory for liheir la bors. AN ATTRACTIVE HAT. .VSThiat a difference a becoming style In a ladj's headgear makes to her ap pearance. We have noticed this more in the past two weeks than ever before, owing, no doubt, to the various new millinery establishments to the city. We noticed a very attradiive hat on the pretty head of one of Phoenix's best dressed iadies one1 day this week that is worthy of mention. It was a hroad- brimmed, black satin, Gainsborough, high crown and two large black plumes nodding gracefully at Ithe left side, while two Just a little smaller adorned the other sloping brim.. Two gold enameled cabajons, studded with rhine stones, confined them at th base. The tilt at the left side was fastened with a rosette bow of cerise velvet and small bunches of dainty heliotrope, the whole making an effect that was very pleas ing. A FACT. Firms desiring to take advantage of the Republican s great stereopticon en tertainment tonight should present their matter at this office not later than 5 o'clock, p. m. ,: - PERSONAL MENTION. J. A. Park of iPrescott is at the Com mercial hotel. 1 Robert Bowen, the cattleman, was in the city yesterday from Tempe. Secretary F. I. Kendall cf the M. & . P. Railroad company, arrived yesterday from San Francisco. John E. Coker, f ormerly of this city Woolen goods in New York have fallen BO per cent in prices in the last twc months. We bought all of our woolen dress -roods for spot cash jon fallen market and wall sell our dress goods for 60 per cent less than any other store that bought their goods ear lier m tfce season, -We 'have just re ceived and placed on sale 100 Dieces woolen ares goods ranzimir prices from! ao to . 35 cents per yard, worth . from 20 60 eentu per yard. ' We are now offer ing the iinet grades of woolen and silk dress goods at prices (if the qual ity ean "be found in any other store to this city alt all), the prices for it would be double. We are still selling ladies' capes ranging from $1.25 $7.50 each; worth tram 3 to $18. THE PHOENIX DRY GOOD3 CO. Opposite City Hall. Our trimmed and pattern bats? All the latest styles. We , carry nothing but Hi Me Mliei;. ' STOVER & PITCHER, Gooding Building, Opposite Adams Hotel. CARLISLE ON THE RESULT. WHR-R-R-R-R ! . . Wake Up There! : ;i i ' ; : It's one of OUR ALARM CLOCKS'' Inexpensive, v 0 Thoroughly Reliable. , ' " VANTIIvBURG & DAVISON, Leading Phoenix Jewelers. EVERYTHING STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS. Seventy-five cents gives jon your pick o( over 200 ladies', mieses' and children's bats, drummers' samples. Great variety of new shapes, value from $1 to $2.25, at "The Mammoth," 218 and 220 East Washington street. Fasted Nearly Two Tears. Dr. Tanner's famous fast of 40 days s thrown into the baclcsn-onnd as a starvation feat by the performances of the big1 nnaecaua at the Philadelphia zoological gardens, which was only re cently tempted to cat a nice fat rabibt after going- huEgTy for 22 months. It mav have been even lona-er, but the keepers have no record of the creature s doings previous to its captivity, and so can't tell. It is ndt Very unusual for & snake to abstain, from, food for several months, at the end c,t,-whica, tune deatn crp.Tiprallv rp.r.n!t.s: .but tne anaconda ease is distinctly different from any other. Its fast lasted more than twice as lonff as any in "the history of the zoo, and during the whole of its con tinuance there was no evidence of ill health. The spell now seems to be en tirely broken, and; the anaconda calls regular-ly fpr its rceals. . 4 m NOTICE- TO THE (PUBLIC. Every person who wishes (to read the election returns ifor his own particular state or territory, The Los Angeles Times of the 4tih will oantoim a com plete report of the election from every fltate and territory In the United States. Remember this paper 'brings you, the first news and is the first to reach its patrons. 'Robt. H. Rinehart, agent No. 132 IWest Washington street Drummer's samples, ladies', misses' and children's felt hats, choice for one week, 75 cents. Over 200 shapes to select from, at "The. Mammoth," 220 East Washington street. ; -.' , Stoves set up and blacked at your residence. Arizona Commission Co., 242 West Washington street. YOU CAN BE WELL wiien your blood is rich, pure and nourishing. Hood's Sarsaparilla makes the blood rich and pure and cures all blood dis- tases, restoring health and vigor. HOOD'S PILLS are easy to take, easy to -operate, cure Indigestion, headache. 25c. Every man who ihas paid money to a National ibamk in the -past two years as interest can make money by calling on A. J. Daggs, attorney at law. Room Lewis building. MORRISON'S "PAjUST.'! A first-class company, magnificent scenery, calcium -lights, electrical ef fects and wonderful imedhanical con trivances, all go to make up the mag nificent (performance of "Faust" given, iby the Morrison company. It will be given in its entirety at our op era house Tuesday evening, November 3, when also the election returns will be given from the stage. LOCAL BREVITIES. Oysters, Beilis', 32 South Center St. The 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. AT THE BIG TENT. The De Monto company played to the largest house of the week Satur nighit, an evidence that they are gi Tis Pretty, 'Tis True, All sizes and Widths in this Twentieth Century Sho9 DARK TAN, THS PKICE, , . . (jJO OU . . . The Ideal Millinery Parlors, Adams street, near Center. West TJmibrellas! TJnubreilas! Special sale of ladies' umbrellas, pax-aeon frame, nat ural lhandie, . only 85 cents; worth double the price asked. Alkire Co. Prepare for cold weather and 'buy yon winter underwear at Alkire'6. See Los Angeles Times of October 28 for full text of Thomas. B. Reed's speech. On. sale at, IJinehart's news stand. .- ' EVERY MIAN. Best cup of coffee at iCoffee Al'a." Patronize home industry and get one ot Smith's f 25 suits. - Elegant -line of goods Just arrived. , . . Don't delay on your phoitograpi work for Christmas, but call at Hart well's at once. Give bim plenty of time for the choicest work. ' STORE TO LET. That magnificent double store in the Wharton block, now occupied by The Arizona Republican. Inquire at Melc zer's liquor store. Ladies should prepare for "the. change in tihe weather iby '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 wish that end in view ihave marked .tihem away down. You can get wrapped cheaper at Alkire's than at any other store in tlhe city. Alkire's are selling underwear much below all other stores.. Call and see fchelr low prices. MISS EDITS EMILY COWDEN, B. M. Graduate qf the Conservatory of Music of the Pacific, Han Jose, Cal , Is prepared to give the resolar Conservatory course of artistic piano-forte playine- Terms, $1 per lesson. Call on or ad- Sres, 332 N. FIFTH ST. Mrs. Ceo. F. Briggs, 536 Nortih Fifth street, fashionable dressmaker, at reasonable prices. Tailor made suits a specialty. Stoves set up and blacked at your residence. (Arizona Commission Co., 242 West Washington street. 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 best kind of work. Get your order in first. , ,- - - . 1 MEAT! MEAT! MEAT! i RARE,' JUICY, TENDER AND SWEET. ' E S4W. H iSHlMilllH ST call on A TOVREA, 3 CROQUET ......SETS! Special Bargains for the next 10 days. THE IRVINE CO R. W. nhamberlatn. watchmaker and jeweler, fe now located in (the Phoenix Grocery company's stand, corner Washington street and First avenue. Repairing a speciality. NOTICE. To meet new conditions of trade, E. F. Kellner's store will adopt a "strictly cash basis" from November 1, 1896. Goods wilt '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. FASHION BARBER SHOP ' AND BATH ROOMS Opposite the Opera Bouse, IS 8. Center St. FRANK SHIRLEY, Prop. Children's nair cuttiBg a specialty. HEATING STOVE REPAIRED BLACKED PUT UP 1 1 Diem - Shoe . Co. Don't wait, until cold weather before having thm attended to. D. H. BTJRTIS, 27-29 E. Washington St.