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THE AKIZONA REPUBLICAN: FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1896.
3 STILL "GETTING ON." Two Pretty Girls Find Themselves In an Awkward Predicament "Oh, lock! Isn't that lovely?" sud denly exclaimed one of two pretty girls, according to the New York Journal. "That" was one of the new open Broad way cable cars. "It's simply grand," acquiesced the other, looking in the direction her friend had indicated. "I have always wished they had open cars on Broad "way. Let's take a ride and get some fresh air." The car was blocked and at a stand still for a few moments, so they had no trouble in boarding it. They did not know that otherwise it would not have stopped for them. "We'll go clear to the end of the route. This air is positively delightful," said the first speaker, settling back in her seat. "Perfect," assented her friend. "But," looking around, "can't you smell something burning?" "It seems to me I do," was the reply. "And it's very disagreeable, too." "Perhaps," suggested the other, "we are near the ruins of that awful horse exchange fire." "No," said her friend, "we are miles away from it. Besides, it smells more like" "For goodness sake," screamed the other girl, with a wild look around. "Everybody is smoking." "Worse than that," said the first, faintly. "There isn't anether woman on the car!" The conductor gave a grin as he rung the bell after they had alighted. "They'll all get on after awhile," he said. By which it may be inferred that he meant they would not. AMEKICAN PANTOMIME. Clever Clowns Are riant to Secure Some Well-Known Performers. A comparison between English and American pantomime will result favor ably in many particulars for the Amer ican, because novelty is sadly lacking in the former, says an exchange. The English clown makes his appearance on the stage with a "Here we are again" with a certainty that only equals the coming of death and rent day. Hump-ty-Dumpty, Columbine, the policeman end all other funny people are as stere otyped as three meals a day, and our cousins across the water look upon them "with open-eyed astonishment year after year, with a stoicism that boiders on the ridiculous. If the same tactics "were followed by purveyors of that class of entertainment here, how long would it last? With the American insatiable thirst for novelty we should say but a very short time. Pantomimists like the famous Gri maldi and Itavel families do not flourish now, and the pantomime must combine great spectacular features and in genious devices as well as comedy ele ments. Pantomime has never been suc cessfully engrafted on Amer'can so".; otherwise it would be an institution in every large city in the land. But when ever it was well done it always paid well. Years ago the Piavels came to New York and became the craze of the town. Francois, the father of the fam ily, could set the house in' a roar by walking across the stage, and poor George Fox, who was the best panto mimist the United States ever pro duced, was a good successor to Francois Ravel. Chicago News. DO IT NOW. Some Everyday Advice for Everyday People Procrastination. A successful business man says that he owes much of his prosperity to a lesson taught him by his employer. This man's principle was: "Doitnow." Instead of putting things off, says the Natural Stockman, with the idea of at tending to them "some time," he made it a rule to "do it now." Thus he was often in advance of his competitors, both in taking hold of a good thing or REPUBLICAN I WANT FIND letting go of an unprofitable one. This principle may be applied to the smaller affairs of life as well as to the more im portant. The little things we ought to do and don't do worry us most. "Some time" they must be attended to, and the oftener they are brought to mind and dismissed again to that indefinite time the more trouble they give us. Then after all we are often surprised to find how little trouble it is to at tend to these things, and want some body to kick us for not realizing it sooner. Happy is the man whose rule is promptness in all things. Tall Rose Bush. Mrs. F. C. Austin, of Orange City, Fla., has a rose bush eight feet tall with a spread of six feet which sustains more than a score of varieties of roses, 13 of which, ranging in color from the jacqueminot to white, have been in blos som at one time, and som of which are always in bloom. The stock, says the New York Sun, is a Captain Christy, growing upon a McCartney root, and there are engrafted the bride, la France, perle de jardins, Clotilde, Kruger, Fran ciska, superb, meteor, Mme. Joseph Schwartz, jacqueminot, Kaiserin Au gusta Victoria, Vick's caprice, Princess Beatrice, ViEcountess Folkestone, Mme. de Watteville, Lady Ashburton, Malmai son, Corinria, Helen, Eeingold, and Frankie Packwood. IMPORTANT CHANCE OP TIME, F., P. & P. RAILWAY. . S. On Friday, November 6, this com pany will inaugurate a new schedule of train service and close connections will be made iwith our connection at Ash Fork, giving passengers Iboth inito and out of points on this line the very 'best service 'both to the east and west Train No. 2, leaving Phoenix at 7 a. m. (city time), will connect at Ash Fork with Ithe Santa Fe route limited train No. 4, eastfbound. Train No. 4, leaving Phoenix at 7 p. m. city time), connects at Ash Fork with Santa Fe express for the east as at present. The morning 'train from the easlt reaches Phoenix at 6:30 a. m. (city time). The afternoon train reaches Phoenix at 5:30 p. m. (city time). For the convenience of our patrons, first-class Pullman palace cars will, on and after above date, be handled on trains 3 and 4. For furltiher information regarding through time and connections, berth reservationzs, etc., call on or address the undersigned. E. W. GITjTiETT, General Agent. Schilling's Best tea gro cer gives your money back if you don't like it. It's one thing to say money back, and another thing to do money back We say it, and your gro cer does it; and we pay him. A Schilling & Company aan J? rancisco 400 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. Kansas City and return, $80; St, Louis and return, $92; Memphis and re turn, $92; New Orleans and return, $92; Chicago and return, $100. Good for six months. Maricopa & Phoenix & Salt River "V alley Railroad company. FAST TRAM EASTERN LIMITED. Commencing Tuesday, November 10, and. successive Tuesday and Friday thereafter, the Santa Fe route will re- J i HELP. S sume Its celebrated fast limited train service to (Denver, Kansas City, Chi cago and St Louis. The Itrain will consist of vestibuled Pullman, palace sleepers, dining car and buffet smoking car, and wm leave raioeiilx at 7:30 a. m. on each Tuesday and (Friday, arriv ing alt Kansas City at 5:80 p. m. of second day, St. Louie, 7, and Chicago 9 :43 ithe following morning, thus mak ing fifteen hours' faster time than reg ular trains. Dining and buffet cars .will ibe managed by Mr. Fred Harvey, meals and lunches being served at con venient hours. iFox further Informa tion write or call on E. iW. Gillett, gen eral agent, Phoenix, Ariz. The Rosy Freshness And a velvety softness of the skin is Inva riably obtained by those who use Poazom's Complexion Powder. CALL. FOR CITY WARRANTS. T urill iut ii.TWMi wresfintjuMwi f:Tw fol lowing numbered city warrants of the Issue of 1895, interest ceasing (this 2d day of November, 1896: Nos. 120 to 213, both inclusive. I. M., CHRISTY, City Treasurer. ORDINANCE NO. 232. To regulate the speed sX which i cyoles may be ridden in the streets of the City of Phoenix. The Common Council of Phoenix do ordain as follows: Section 1. Any person or persons who shall ride any bicycle, npon and through the streets of the City of Phoenix, at a rate of speed to exceed eight miles per hour, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon con viction thereof shall be fined in a sum not less thiain five dollars nor more than fifty dollars, and in case said fine is not paid, the person or persons convicted, shall be imprisoned in the City Jail until said fine is satisfied at the rate of one day's imprisonment for each dollar of said fine. Sec 2. This ordinance to be to force and effect from and after its passage and publication according to law. Passed by ithe Common Council this 3d day of October, 1896. Approved Whns 3d day of October, 1896. J. "D. MONIHON, Attest: Mayor. T. A. JOBS, City Recorder. First published in The Arizona Re publican, official city paper, October 10, 1896. ORDINANCE NO. 233. Repealing Ordinance No. 118, Hereto fore Passed, Granting to J. J. Gardi ner the Right and Privilege .to Lay Down Water and Gas Pipes Along and Over the Streets, Alleys and Pavements of the City of Phoenix. The Common Council of Phoenix do ordain as follows: Section 1. That Ordinance No. 118 heretofore passed fby the Common Council of Phoenix, granting 'to J. J. Gardiner the right and privilege to lay downi "water and gas pipes along and over the streets, allies and pavements of the City of Phoenix, be and the same is hereby repealed. Sec. 2. AH ordinances and parts of ordinances in conn lot wi th this ordi nance are hereby repealed. Sec. 3. This ordinance to Itake effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication as required by law. Passed October 26, 1896. Approved October 26, 1896. Attest: J. D. MONIHON, - T. A. JOBS, Mayor. City Recorder. First published in The Arizona Re publican official paper, November 1, 1896. WORTH REMEMBERING. HE READ NEWSPAPERS. Have yon observed," said a merchant to a customer, "the handsome advertiae-m- nt I have on a fence between Phoenix and Mesa?" "No," replied the customer, bat If yon will send the fence ai-onnd to my house 1 will try to read the announce ment. I read the papers and I haven't time to go aruund reading; billboards," And the merchant scratched his head. GOLDEN RULE RESTAURANT. Situated in the old Gazette building, Ger. Center and Jefferson Sts. THE BEST 15c MEAL IN THE CITY. - - GHve Us a Trial. - - ....FROBEL. . INSTITUTE (CASA DS K0SAS.) Los Angeles, Cal. Fall term Sent 22. Boarding and dav school, Preparatory for college. 'J raining school for klndergartners a spco.aity. uircuiar sent upon application to Prof, and Hue. Louis Claierie. "ITT ANTED By a capable woman a place to V T do housework in a private family. Is a good cook. Addreis 20 North Third stieet. w ANTED A young fox terrier dog. Ad- areas aj aortn r im street. w ANTED A good girl to do general house work, enquire at 2U jc. vanuuren sc. SDONOFBIO Choicest wints snd liquors kept in slock canstantly. Family trade solicited. No. 112 and 114 S. Jackson St. FOB SALE Two ranches, 160 acres each. Free water goes with every acre In alfalfa Apply to E. K. Powell, corner Jackson and Sec ond streets. Phoenix, Ariz tT'OB SALE A matched team, buggy and har- ness. Address Box 822, Phoenix. CCTRTIS-HARRISON ADVERTISING COM PANY, 349 Wilcox building, Los Angeles, Oal., keep this paper on flie and receive adver tisements at our lowest rates. Arizona adver tisers should send tor their free circulars on advertising. STOP AT THE WILLIAMS BOCfcB, MARI copa, while waiting for tie train. Good accommodatkms&ril excellent table. MRS. M. E.BPOONER, proprietress of the Hayden Hotel has a most delightful dome for ladies stopping in Tempe as well as gentlemen. The only ladies hotel inTempe. ALeat MarKct. TEIBOLET Exclusively uses the JQJp JJJ STORAGE FOR Mb ATS. DTTVO Hogs, LambB, Calves Dulo ndFaiBeeIfor Spot Cash PUT T C The tendereBt meats on themarke Nnlilhl frozen and fat, at the loweBt possit uxjuuu Dle rat ,or nnnin n I OTT 14-161. Wash. St orUl Castings t m and MACHINE REPAIRING. STANDARD IRON WORKS, HUuHES & GE BRING, Prop. P. O. Box 458, Phoenix Ariz. - Telephone 57. GARDEN CITY RMCRANT THE OLDEST IN THE CITY. Enjoys the best standing with tradesmen. Buys everything at Bpot cash price and gives THE BEST 25o MEAL, Tuck, Hing & Co. 22 and 24 Washington St., East of Jacobs A Co. Private rooms for families. Tickets, 4.50; v Single meals. 25c. Llverv. For a Good Team Try the Grand Central Livery UorseB Boarded by the Week or Month at Lowest Rates. Telephone No 96. ALBRIGHT & GETZ, Props. Cor. First and Adams Sts. Haloon. The Palace, 8US.H.HIRSCHKLD,Pttp Imported and Domestic WISES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, PHCENIX. ARIZONA. FLORENCE AND GLOBE STAGE LINE Carrying United states Mail and the Express. State leaves Florence daily for Riverside and Globe at 7 o'clock p. m.; stops all night at Riverside and arrives at Globe at 5 o'clock p. m. ; returning leaves utODe at 8 o ciocc a. m. ; Arrives at Florence at la.m.. Good accommo dations on the road, improved line, good stobk and comfortable stages, four-horse coach every other day. w. s. Guild, agent, Florence. . F. Kt liner & Co. , agents, Globe. u. u. a ACKJtri. rrop, FOR PRESENTS That Will ProYe & Delightful Memory And be all the more grateful to the giver for that reason, our stock of Perrumes and Extracts Is simply unapproachable. Scents are pleasing ind if they are on our list, will be found the most delicate and exquisite perfumes that are low Droduced. W e have all the popular odors C. ESCHMAN & CO. PKOFESSIONAL Fhyslolans. DR. KIXA P. SUMNER-General practitioner. Special attention paid t diseases of women and children. Office and residence southwest corner Monroe and Thirl streets. Office hours 10 to 12 a. m., 1 to 2;30 and 6 to 7i p. m. Telephone 148. DR. LOOI8K GR AHA M-Obstetrics and dis eases of women. Offic , upstairs In Cot ton block, corner Washington and Center St. Hours, 10 ti 12 a. m., 2 to 5 and 6 to 7 p. m. DR. DAMKRON Practice limited to eye, ear, nose and throat. the DR. A. W. COTTRE1.L Office and residenee H N. Center St., oyer Chamber of Com merce and M. & P. R. R., office. Cay or night Office hours 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 and 6 to 7 p. m. Telephone No. 128. DR. WM. DUFHELD- Graduate oi the Uni versity of Pennsylvania. General practice. Special methods and apparatus lor diseases of throat and lungs. Pneumatic differentiation, steam creosote, etc. etc. Office and residence, 28 8. Second Ave. DR. T.F. CHILDS Physician and Burgeon Present location, 224 W Washington St. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m. ; 2 to 4 and 1 to 8 p. m. All diseases treated scientifically. Diagnosis a specially. Promnt attention to night calls. DR. ANCIL MARTIN, diseases of eye, ear, nose and throat and general surgery. Office S. E. cor. Adams and Center Sts. DR. D. M. PTJRMAN Office Cor Adams and Center Sts. Office hours 9 to 10 a. m . , and 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. -Diseases of women. Night calls left at DeWltt's hack stand will receive prompt attention. EN. GERARD Physician and Surgeon. . Office in Young bldg., up stairs, corner Jefferson and Center Sts., opp. Commercial hotel. Practitioner of thirty-five years' expe rience. Cars attended to day and night. EO. HYDE Physician and snrgeon. Prac . tices the yitapathic, also the dosimetric system of treatment. Diseases of the lnngi a specialty. Office, 321 E. Washington street. 'Phone 124, Phoenix, Arizona. Veterlnarv. JC. NORTON, D. V. M., VETKRINA? . physician, surgeon and dentist. Resident e No. 127 N. Fourth Av. Office, ground floor, Mo nition block, No. 44 W. Washington St., Phoe nix. Office hours. 10 to 12 a. m.. l to ( j n, O.RICHMOMD, M. D.C., Phoraix, Ari A' . zona. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist, Diseases o fall Domestic Animals Scientifically Treated. Residence 537 West Van Buren street Office at the Golden Eagle stable. Second, near Washington St. Telephone No. 61. No Charge ror uonsuitanon. Attorneys-at-ljaw. Fbank cox. H. M. Willis, Jb COX A WILLIS ATTORNEYS AT LAW, room; 1, 2 and 5, Thibodo building, Phoenix Arizona. JKBBT MILLAY. WALTIB BBNHETT. M 1LLAY S BENNETT Attorney s-at-Law Booms 16 and 17 Fleming building. WH 8 riLWELL Attorney at Law. Office , 307, 308 and 309. Fleming block, Phce- nix. Ariz. TT7ILUAM HERRING Attorney and coun VV seloratlaw. Tombstone, Ariz CITCH & CAMPBELL, ATTORNEYS Over National Bank of Arizona AT Law. Notary Public TlRCCE PE RLE Y Notary trabltc and con. Jj veyancer, 16 North Center St., Phoanix. Ariz. 0 . S. internal revenue and pension mat ters a specialty. Engineer. Q A. DAVISON City Engineer.room 4, Moni. hon block. -friiitinsr. THE REPUBLICAN BAB THE BEST JOB Printing office in the territory. Good Work at reasona ble prices our motto. Hammer & Gordon BRICK MANUFACTURERS AND CONTRACTORS All orders will receive prompt attention. . Yard m Sefenlh St, South at Depot ACADIA HOTEL, ORACLE, - - - - - ARIZ. A DELIGHTFUL Winter and Summer Resort Among the live oaks. Altitude 4500 feet. Send for descriptive leaflet. Terms $10 per week. . K. 8. DODGE, Prop. THE PHffiNLX BAKEBT EDWARD E1SELE, Prop. This popular establishment has been refitted ana renovaiea tarougnout. a very thing in the way of baking STKICTLY FIEST CLASS All orders attended to with promptness and to the utmost satii-faction of our pat rons. Free delivery to any part of the city. PHffiNIX BA KERY Porter Blfa QUONG WAH CHOJG & CO. Importers of all kinds of CHINESE AND JAPANESE GOODS Silks, Ladies' Dress Goods and Underwear. Everything sold less than cost. Cor. Madison and First Sts , PHCENIX, ARIZONA. Ptaix and Buckeye Stage J, S. BA8SETT, Prop, Leaves Phoenix Mondays and Fridays at 7:M . m.; arrives at Buokeye in twelve henn; leaves Buckeye Tuesdays and Saturdays at 7 M . m.,and arrives at Phoenix in twelve hours. OfBoe at Mesa Fruit Store. This line meets the aarq.ua Hala stage every Monday evening. ENHYPsOYAL FILLS wrlsinal " Only Genaln. Safe, tl trays reliftbie. ladies uk mond Brand in Bed and Gold metallio' Pwxm. sfid with bla rihbn, Tnka uniKTlBl lor LMCJissMr a mhoum via- lift other. 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