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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 189G
5 V SPECIALTIES TODAY: Strawberries. Blackberries. Ripe Navel Oranges Japanese Persimmons. Muscat and Gornlchon U rapes. Wax, Lima and Swing Beans. Hone hadtsh Root. C-iuiiftuwer. Celerv. Dressed Spring Chickens and Quail always on hand in eold uoiage. Corn fed Turkeys, Ducks aud tieese dressed to order promptly. G. Q. BUXTON & CO. Fruits, Vegetables, Poultry, Hsn and Oysters. 39 W. RTasaington St. - - 'Phonel22. CITY AND COUNTY IN BRIEF, Small Paragraphs of General Interest. The News of a Day In Phoenix and Its Tributary Region Presented In a Nutshell-Uolnas of People and Other Matters. Jerome has two gun clubs. Last performance at the tig tent to night, 'i -r-'u W. R. Patterson,; the Los Angeles cattle buyer, will ship ten cars of beeves to California, today. An 800-pound boulder taken from the Canyon . mine:ln the Randsburg district recently, yielded $700 in gold. Probate Judge Crouse yesterday is- enari q manrinco! lipAnaA tn T. -T Mitchell and Miss Annie Levy of Buck eye. . James O'Conner and J. J. Cottrell have formed a copartnership as man ufacturers of brick, builders and con tractors. Oscar C.'Fekon of Mesa challenges any one In the territory to a steer tying contest on a wager of from ?100 to $200 a side. Frank Cox goes to Florence today to prosecute ; the case against the man who murdered Cy Williams at Mari copa several months ago. There will be reduced rates on all the roads leading to Phoenix for the session of the territorial teachers' in stitute in this city December 28 to "3J.. A church fair is talked of by mem bers of the Catholic church of this city. The date for it will be some time during the holidays. Attorney-General J. F. Wilson has permanently taken up his residence in this city and has formed a law part nership with Col. . Frank Cox. His law library will arrive today. The geology, mineralogy, fauna and flora of the territory, so rich in them selves, so different from those in the east, furnish to one so disposed, an ample field for study and inquiry. A Mexican named Marcus Astrada, who accumulated an overdose of liquor Thursday and disturbed the peace of his neighbors, was tried in the police court yesterday morning and sen tenced to five days in jail. J. S. Detwiler, a popular engineer of the S. F., P. & P. railroad, was mar ried at Williams on Tuesday, Decem ber 1, by Bishop Kendrick, of the Episcopal church, to Miss Anna Ebel, of Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. A man can easily ruin his reputa tion in China. If he rides in the same carriage with his wife the deed is done. In this country men reach the same end by riding in carriages with some one else's wife. Tucson Citizen. The Woodmen Ladies' Sewing Circle will meet with Mrs. Sturgis on South Second street this afternoon. The ladies ; will; hold their Christmas ba zaar in the' store-room formerly occu pied by The Republican office on Cen ter street. Henry George, deputy sheriff, will leave tonight for Yuma witii the five prisoners sentenced yesterday to terms in the penitentiary. The officer says if the prisoners escape from him his future address will be Johannesburg, South Africa. Letters of guardianship were granted by Probate Judge Crouse yesterday in the estate of the two minor children of Arthur L. White, deceased. Mr. White, it will be remembered, was killed in the shaft of the Congress mine two months ago. Visitors are invited to attend ser vices this morning at 10:45, corner of Fourth avenue' and Washington street. "The New Earth" is the subject of the discourse. Free reading distrib uted to those present. Sabbath school convenes an hour earlier. Secretary McMillan of the local Ir rigation committee, and National Sec retary Heintz drove over to Tempe and Mesa yesterday to make preparations for the reception of the delegates of the congress, who will visit those cities before returning to their homes. Colonel Cotton has returned from Wickenburg, where he went to in spect some mining properties in which he is interested with other persons. He says there is a 120-foot tunnel and a six-foot shaft with a fine body of ore which gives such excellent results that a mill will be erected within sixty days. Fletcher M. Boomer came in from the country yesterday to ascertain whether Wyatt Earp had been slaugh tered for the decision he gave in the Snarkey-Fitzsimmons fight at San Francisco, Wednesday night. Local opinion among sporting men is that the fight was unjustly awarded to Sharkey. The following changes in the sta tions of hospital stewards are made in the . department of the Colorado: Acting Hospital Steward William ; C. Livingston, from Whipple Barracks, Arizona, to Fort Logan, Colo.; Acting Hospital Steward Ludwig Shoenfeldt, from Fort Logan, Colo., to Fort Doug las, Utah. Miss Lena Clanton, the 14-year-old daughter of T. M. Clanton of Buckeye, died Thursday night of heart trouble. The young lady was taken ill a few days ago and from the first it was ap parent that her sufferings would end in death. The funeral will take place in Buckeye today. Messrs. Powell and Patterson, Cali fornia cattle buyers, have been making heavy purchases of cattle during the past three weeks. Their shipments jointly for the season number almost 100 carloads. These gentlemen say that Arizona cattle are in excellent condition and are consequently paying good prices. The annual territorial gun club shoot will be held at Prescott on January 4. The territorial championship, now held by Mr. Holmes of this city, will be competed for. Several members of the local gun club will participate and try to win some of the events. They want to keep the territorial champion ship badge in Phoenix. The case of J. J. Gardiner, who was arrested two weeks ago for obstruct ing the streets by digging a trench for the purpose of laying water pipes, will be heard in the police court Monday. Mr. Gardiner recently applied to Judge Baker for a writ of injunction to re strain the council from interfering with his work, but the writ was de nied. , The Christian church is now too small to accommodate the congrega tion, which has increased wonderfully in the past year under the charge of Rev. Cal Ogburn, who has been unani mously selected as pastor for the next year. A proposition is on foot to build a new and more commodious church somewhere in the northern part of the city. Grand Secretary George Mintz of the I. O. O. F. leaves this morning for Je rome, where he goes to make arrange ments for the installation of officers in the Jerome lodge. The Installa tion will take place Monday morning and a banquet will be given in the evening. The governor and staff will leave Sunday night to be in attend ance ft the banquet. It can be truthfully said that there is not a livelier town in the country at the present time than Phoenix. There are fully 1,000 visitors in the city and before another week has passed the number will be almost doubled. The reason for this unusual influx is the extensive advertising the valley has received during the past several months as the place for the holding of the next irrigation congress. Thomas Simms, the youth who was convicted of burglary and later tried by a jury as a kleptomaniac, was yes terday sentenced by Judge Baker to five years in Yuma. Trinidad Mon tano; convicted of burglary in the sec ond degree, went up for one year and nine months, and Joaquin Celaya re ceived a penalty of one year and nine months for burglary in the first de gree. The sentence of Jesus Preciedo, convicted or grand larceny, was postponed. J. F. Mullin, who has for the past two years been manager for the L. W. Blinn Lumber company here, will leave with his family about the 15th inst. for Los Angeles, where they will hereafter permanently reside. Mr Mullin has been promoted to a lu crative position in the main ofiice of the firm he has so ably represented in Phoenix, which necessitates a change ot residence. His business associ ates here,will be pleased to know of his good fortune. The Pacific coast agent of the Game well re alarm system will shortly ar rive in. the city for the purpose of put ting in a system according to a con tract made a few weeks ago with the city council. The fire department is anxious to have the system in working order as soon as possible and will also anticipate a fire with considerable in terest in order to test the apparatus The next important addition that will be made to the fire eqmpment will be a chemical engine. The chainless bicycle idea is causing much comment among the makers and riders. It is said, on good authority that at least four of the large makers will put such wheels on the market next season. One inventor in the east is working on an idea which he thinks will revolutionize bicycle manufacture while the inventor . believes in the chainless wheel he is working on one in which he wishes to avoid the bev elled gear, and he thinks that he has discovered a way to do it. , - Reimported "Old Taylor" whisky, spring , at tne Brunswick. The Hotel Adams bar will be open for business Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. The fixtures are the finest in all Arizona and the decorations of the room are in the highest degree artistic. Lunch will "be served morning and evening. The bar is well worth In spection. 4100 new bicycles for $40 at DeDew's. No. 17 South First avenue. Pabst Special Brew" received highest award at world's fair. Spark ling and delicious; at the Brunswick. Bulk oysters, any style, one-half dozen, 25 cents, at Coffee Al's lunch counter and ladies' dining room. Hear the story of the convict's life, Redewill hall, Wednesday, December 9. Admission, 25 cents. For Sale Household furniture, in eluding upright piano, at 519 North Third street. J. F.. Mullin. After Wednesday, November 25, we will sell everything at greatly reduced prices. Those two toned rough effects will go for SI per yard; were $1.25. English cashmeres, sale price, 17c per yard; were 25c. Mixed novelties in beautiful silk, 50c a yard; were 65c. Dress goods, all woolL27c; were 35c. Good values. THE ALKIRE CO. David Herz's address wanted. Mat ters of importance to communicate. J. H. ORTMAN, Butte, Mont. LOCAL BREVITIES. Grand free lunch tonight from the "Brunswick." 7 at For Rent A suite of rooms with board in best residence portion of city. tsatn and all conveniences. Address W J., this office. '1 he mechanic, laborer or clerk pan now afford to take a citv pnper since the price of The J'aiiy Repub lican has b'pn reduced to 6!' per nnntn by carrier. The Republican contains morp readinff matter than any other southwestern daily. REDUCTION SALE. Carnations and Violets. Thursday and Sunday mornings. Robert Rinehart, first v door west of postoffice. , Opera House cafe Best meals for the money. Read new Mammoth millinery ad, top of page 3. REDUCTION SALE. We call special attention to our great sale to begin Wednesday, No vember 25. Men's and boys" clothing will go at prices never before named in this city. Hats at very low prices. Silverware given away as long as the stock lasts. Give us a call and be convinced of the quality and price. We are sure to please you. Special sale every Wednesday. ., THE ALKIRE CO. MISS FITS ! Do You Know Her? She looks innocent, but if you shake feet with her, corns, bunions, aches and pains will quickly follow. We ' guaran tee you a good, reliable shoe, a good fit and a dollar's worth of shoe-leather for every dollar you spend with us. WILSON & WARD, Fleming Block. Fine lunches at the Brunswick. REDUCTION SALE. After November 25 the ladies' hlnnk cloth jackets go for S2; were $3. This is a great bargain. Largest stock of black goods in the city: Reduced prices for this sale. Enelish Kersev. ladies' jackets, boxed front, sale price, $4.95; were $6.50. Ladies' Irish frieze jackets, the very latest novelty, $6.75; were $s.du Melton capes, high collars, o; were ss.ou. ladies' listercine plush capes, fancy taffeta lining, Thibet trimmed. $5.75: were $7 50 Blankets and comforters at very low prices. THE ALKIRE CO. DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. Notice is hereby given that the livery stable firm of Albright & Getz is this day dissolved by mutual agree ment. The business will be continued by W. G. Getz, who will collect all bills and pay outstanding indebtedness. The stable will be known as the Ad ams Livery. WM. G. GETZ. Best beds and cleanest rooms for the money at Gregory house, 225 East Washington street, Phoenix. Mrs. Geo. F. Briggs, 536 North Fifth street, fashionable dressmaker, at reasonable prices. Tailor made suite a specialty. Patronize home industry ana get one of Smith's $25 suits. Elegant line of goods just arrived. By the Way TITO" ' CHRISTMAS SLIPPERS.... lave You Our trimmed and pattern hats? All the latest styles. We carry nothing but bSDDCfet STOVER & PITCHER, Gooding Building, Opposite Adams Hotel. HEADQUARTERS FOR STERLING... niniAO SILVERWARE Gold, Gold Filled and Silver And a general line of Holiday Presents. .. Everything strictly first-class. WATCH . VANTILBURG & DAVISON, Leading Phcenix Jewelers. H, A. Shoe Co. Are a little the nice' t ever show i in ''hoeTix , IN BUYING Af A A Hl T n A v M IVI D r M K"HfllfQ rt is worth something to tune a stock to select rVUar3 from. Onmtnck is thn Inrpf.t And tiAaf: uanrtMl and eer seen la Arizona. Pocos U tn M E. L. ANITREWS fe SOTST. at prices from V w V""' 28and 30 North First Avenue. 7 IT'S GOING TO RAIN andl,y0QhaeBD OLD LEAKY ROOF We have just what yon need to fix it up. We are sole aeents for p & b nooFnsra. Call and see our P & B Manilla Roofing.- ,. . Henry E. Kemp Company, FIRST ST., OPP. CITY HALL. English chop house. All the delica cies of the season; strictly first class; moderate prices. The Anheuser Cafe and Restaurant. For Rent Water rights in the Mar icopa canal. Inquire of L. H. Chal mers, Fleming block. DON'T WORRY about your ihealth. Keep your blood pure iby taking Hood's Sarsaparilla and you need not fear the grip, colds, bronchitis, pneumonia or typhoid fever. HOOD'S PILUS are the favorite fam ily cathartic, easy to take, easy to operate. Every man who 'has paid money to a National bank in the past two years as interest can make money by calling on A. J. Daggs, attorney ait law Room 4 Lewis building. Dr. Swetnam treats flhroalt and bran chial diseases scientifically and suc cessfully. Office, Second avenue, op posite the Ford hotel. Wakelin's Pharmacy for drugs. The Montezuma restaurant, No. 36 East Adams street, has been newly fit ted and furnished throughout and will be conducted as a first-class eating house. Special rates to families, and private rooms for ladies. SAVE MONEY! The only incandescent OIL BURNING HEATING STOVE t in the city. Intense heat at small cost. One gallon of oil lasts 18 hours. See them before making a choice. D. H. J3XJUTIS, 27-29 E. Washington St. Tinning and Plumbing a Specialty.