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Arizona republican. [volume] (Phoenix, Ariz.) 1890-1930, December 08, 1896, Image 5

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Ripe Navel Oranges.
Japanese Persimmons.
MuBcm and Cornlchon li rapes.
Wax, Lima and 8iring Beans.
Horse bad; ah Root.
Dressed Spring Chickens and Quail
always on hand in sold tunage.
Corn-fed Turkeys, Ducks and Ueese
dressed 10 order promptly.
G. 0. BUXTON & CO.
Fruits, Vegetables, Poultry,
Fish and Oysters.
39 W. Wasainston St. - - 'Phone 122.
Small Paragraphs of General
The News of a Day in Phoenix and
Its Tributary Realon Presented In
a Nutshell-Doings of People and
Other Matters.
There are now twenty prisoners in
the county jail.
The Santa Fe reports heavy and con
tinuous travel to Randsburg.
A newspaper has been started at
Randsburg, California's boom mining
One week from today the beginning
of the session of the irrigation con
gress. .' ; , f :
J. J. Ellis died at the county hos
pital and was buried by Randal &
Davis yesterday.. if ,
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church will hold their bazaar on
Thursday and Friday of this week.
Jesus Preciedo, convicted of burg
lary, was sentenced by Judge Baker
yesterday to one year in the peniten
tiary. There are at present 228 convicts in
the territorial penitentiary the larg
est number in the history of that in
stitution. .'
The social that was to have been
given at thePresbyterian church next
Friday night has been postponed for
one week.
The weather bureau predicts a se
vere frost for tonight and warns citrus
growers that it will be dangerous to
that fruit.
The Williams News says the major
ity of Coconino county's teachers will
attend the teachers' institute here De
cember 28.
Superintendent M. J. Nugent of the
territorial penitentiary has filed the
appeal bond in the big canal and pris
on contract suit,
The Florence Tribune reports that
George D. Tantau is on the rapid road
to recovery and that he will return to
Phoenix this week.
The remains of John Bursey, the
young man who died in a cyanide tank
at the Union mine Friday night, were
shipped Sunday night to Madison,
Grand Master Workman Pierce of
the A. O. U. W. is delayed in his tour
of visits to the different territorial
lodges by illness. He is in the city at
"Mr. Harvey Westhorp, late of the
Hotel Arcadia," says the Santa Monica
Outlook, "has been offered .a lucrative
position at Phoenix; and may leave for
that city early in December."
A very interesting game of baseball
was played at the park Sunday be
tween the Pioneer and Victor hose
teams. The game was won by the
Victors, the score standing 31 to 16.
The delegates from Missouri to the
irrigation congress will be J. G. Stowe
and E. Lalley of Kansas City and A.
P. Mowry of Sedalla. The local com
mittee will meet tonight to name a re
ception committee.
Sunday's gun club shoot at Prescott
resulted as follows: Hill, 18; Stevens,
10; Ferguson, 16; Jackson, 16; Mander
felt, 8; Andrews, 8. Doubles Jack
son, 4; Hill, 6; Stevens, 7; Ferguson,
6; Manderfelt, 4; Andrews, 1.
Charles Hill, a young fellow aged 14
years, was arrested yesterday after- j
noon in this city by Deputy Sheriff
Buggeln of Coconino county. The boy
is charged with grand larceny at Wil
liams. He was taken north last night.
Editor C. D. Reppy of the Florence
Tribune, who has been commissioned
by Governor Franklin as honorary
member of the board of irrigation, says
he's coming to the congress next
week. .
Tomorrow night at Redewill hall
will occur W. W. Cooley'a lecture on
"Prison Life." "It will be graphically
illustrated and, as Mr. Cooley is a
bright and ready platform speaker, the
evening promises to be interesting and
Acting Territorial Secretary Dev
ereux has received the full election re
turns for delegate to congress from all
the counties in the territory. The re
sult was as follows: Smith, 6.065;
Doran, 4,090; O'Neill, 3.S96. Mark
Smith's plurality was 1,975.
E. E. Abel, speaking of cowboy
tournaments, said yesterday that Bill
Jackson in 1890 at Winslow roped and
tied a steer in fifty-eight seconds, the
animal having risen after being
thrown the first time. This beats the
record. Albuquerque Democrat.
Says the Los Angeles Express: Ex
Governor Murphy of Arizona and Con
gressman White returned from a
short trip to Catalina last evening and
brought in some fine bonitas caught on
the boat coming over from the island.
Now it is the question of the largest
fish story with them.
A burglar entered Sam Seip's cigar
store Sunday night by forcing open a
side door. The only thing taken was
a nickel-in-the-slot machine. The re
mains 'of the machine were found in
the Churchill addition, where the thief
had broken it open and abstracted the
The quarterly teachers' examina
tion was begun yesterday in the high
school building. There were sixteen
applicants for county certificates and
one for a territorial certificate. The
examining board consists of Probate
Judge Crouse, W. A. Coy and F. A.
Parker. The examination will be con
cluded today.
The Los Angeles Times will next
week issue a special irrigation edition,
in which the subject of irrigation and
the doings of the congress here will
be exhaustively treated. The edition
will be handsomely and profusely il
lustrated by portraits of the promi
nent men connected with the congress
and irrigation matters generally.
The Phoenix Typographical union
held a meeting Sunday and elected the
following officers: President, G. W.
Brown; vice-president, O. O. Matthews;
financial and recording secretary, S.
Palmer; treasurer, T. L. Harris; ser-geant-at-arms,
William Harris; board
of trustees, J. A. Gardner, A. E. Esta
brook, C. H. Morris and the president
and vice-president.
Mr. W. C. Gregory received a few
peaches last Thursday from Phoenix,
Arizona, fresh from the orchard, says
the Pomona Times. They were about
right in size, flesh nearly white, very
high flavor and good enough for Salt
River valley people, who ought to have
the best things on earth. Arizona's
valleys and mountains possess the el
ements of wealth to a remarkable de
William Fairchilds, a former em
ploye of the street railway company,
was arrested yesterday on a charge of
passing a bogus check- The check
was made out in the name of John W.
Jones and was payable to the Wil
liams, bank. Fairchilds owed a debt
to Dorris Bros, and passed the check
on that Arm. It called for $2,500. He
will be examined by Justice Morris
From the Escondido, Cal., Times:
Dr. N. J. Rice writes us from Phoenix,
Arizona, that he and family arrived at
their destination in good shape, and
adds: "Rev. Mr. Thompson and the
'big tent' people are here. Have also
seen Rev. Mr. Healy. This is a fine
country; of course, I don't know much
about things yet, but from what I have
seen and heard, the prospects for the
future are fine. Real estate values are
constantly advancing.
The chamber of commerce held a
meeting last night in the new quar
ters. No business of importance was
transacted, as several cf the members
were absent. Secretary Bruce Perley
desires everybody who has anything
attractive in the vegetable or fruit
line to place the same on exhibition
in the office of the chamber of com
merce. The exhibit has dwindled some
and an effort is being made to make
it as large and interesting as possible
for the session of the irrigation con
ments for the appearance of the com
pany at the opera house.
R. E. Wells, assistant general man
ager of the S. F., P. & P., arrived Sun
day evening from a short trip to Al
buquerque. He was accompanied by
his wife, three children and nurse.
Contracts Let Other Proceedings of
the Board.
The board of supervisors met in reg
ular weekly session yesterday. Bids
for doing the county printing were
opened. The Tempe News was award
ed the contract for publishing the of
ficial proceedings of the board, and the
H. . H. McNeil company for all job
printing for the county. J. W. Ben
ham was awarded the contract for
supplying wood to the county offices
and institutions. G. W. Wallace filed
his bond of $1,000 as constable of
Tempe precinct. C. W. Foster filed his
bond of '$2,000 as clerk of the board of
A committee having in charge the
arrangements for the coming irriga
tion congress appeared before the
board and asked that an appropria
tion be made by the county. The mat
ter was taken under advisement by
the board until the next meeting. A
promise was given,- however, that
some assistance would be given.
Have You
Our trimmed and pattern hats? All the
latest styles. We carry nothing but
High Grade Millinery.
Gooding Building, Opposite Adams Hotel.
Gold Filled
and Silver
And a general line of Holiday Presents.
Everything strictly first-class.
Reduced prices still on in all depart
ments. Dress goods of Barretta
cheviots, mixed coloring, strictly all
wool, 27 cents a ward; were 35c. A
special bargain in mixed novelties of
beautiful silk mixtures, 50 cents a
yard; were 65c. These goods are of
the latest effects, and were good val
ues at former prices- Everything in
the line of dry goods.
Leading Phcenix Jewelers.
Pocket Kodaks aod Bis lyes
Are the only cameras which use silk film and can be
loaded in broad daylight. Picture making wilh them
is simplicity itself. We are exclusive, agents.
17 t xwnDuwc jpr emr
28-30 H. First avenue, u AMIUS UOU OVil.
Celia Fischer, voice culture, Italian
nethod. Studio, Room 1, Mahoney
building, Phoenix, Arizona.
Watch repairing, Chamberlain's.
Do not forget .the Presbyterian la
dies' grand bazaar, on the evening of
December 10 and all day December 11,
in Redewill hall. Beautiful dolls and
all manner of fancy articles at ex
tremely low prices. At each booth
will be served home cooked delicacies
appropriate to the various seasons.
Found Lady's gray wool shawl.
Owner can get same by applying at
this office.
Shelled walnuts and almonds, home
put up fruit in gUss, fresh butter and
eggs; California figs, 15 cents a pound,
at Genzlinger's, 211 West Washington.
A small gold locket containing
lady's photo and engraved on back.
Please send or leave at office Phoenix
Wood and Coal company and receive
reward and many thanks.
$100 new bicycles for 440 at Depew's,
No. 17 South First avenue.
"Pabst Special Brew" received
highest award at world's fair. Spark
ling and delicious; at the Brunswick.
For Rent Water rights in the Mar
icopa canal. Inquire of L. H. Chal
mers, Fleming block.
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.
Sale Two houses, one
one three rooms;
balance installments
cent. Must be sold
H. J. Systad of Chicago is in Phoenix.
H. C. Shaw of Canada is a guest at
the Hotel Ford.
F. E. Sharkey of New York arrived
in the city yesterday.
Malcolm McLeish, lessee of the Vul
ture mine, is in the city.
L. P. Davison, United States army,
is registered at the Ford hotel..
Chauncey Kelsey and C. S. Kelsey,
from Chicago, are guests at the Ford
Mrs. Ida Harris of Champaign, Illi
nois, is in the city for the benefit of
her health.
Mark Heissman has returned to
Phoenix after a year's absence in
Louisville, Ky,
R. E. Morrison and Charles Akers
of Prescott are in the city and are
stopping at the Ford hotel.
Mrs. M. G. Wood, city tax collector,
returned yesterday morning from a
business trip to Los Angeles.
George M. Sargent, general freight
and passenger agent, of the S. F., P. &
P., arrived yesterday afternoon from
Frank Obermuller, the young min
ing man, departed yesterday morning
for Gold Hill. He will return for the
T. W. Johnston, the attorney of the
S. F., P. & P. railroad, is confined to
his room at the Commercial hotel with
an attack of illness.
W. B. Parker and family of Vaca-
ville, Cal., is in the city.. Mr. Parker
expects to stay in Phoenix a short
while on account of his health.
President W. J. Murphy of the Ari
izona Canal company returned Sunday
with his son, Ralph, from Chicago.
Mr. Murphy expects to stay here sev
eral weeks.
E. S. Kimball, an uncle of Super
visor William Kimball, who has been
spending a few days in the valley, de
parted yesterday evening for his home
in Tennessee.
C. J. Walker, advance agent of the
"Darkest Russia" theatrical com
pany, is in the city making arrange-
side of two weeks. J. F. MULLIN,
The L. W. Blinn Lumber Co.
English- chop house. All the delica
cies of the season; strictly first class;
moderate prices. The Anheuser Cafe
and Restaurant,
The Alkire company offer greatly
reduced prices in their stock of men's
and boys' clothing. This is a great
chance to secure for yourself or boy
an outfit at away below the ordinary
cost. Their stock is immense and in
order to move it they have determined
to make the prices interesting. Give
them a call.
Reimported "Old Taylor" whisky,
spring '88, at the Brunswick.
By the Way--
and if yon have an
We have juBt what yon need to fix it up. We are sole agents for
Call and see out P 4 B Manilla Roofing.
Henry E. Kemp Company,..;
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 $1 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 wool27c; were 35c.
Good values. THE ALKIRE CO.
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 at law. Room
4 Lewis building . . .
Opera House
the money.
cafe Best meals for
Read new Mammoth
top of page 3.
millinery ad.
David Herz's address wanted. Mat
ters of importance to communicate.
J. H. ORTMAN, Butte, Mont.
Carnations and Violets.
Thursday and Sunday mornings.
Robert Rinehart, first door west of
Best beds and cleanest rooms for the
money at Gregory house, 225 East
Washington street, Phoenix.
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.
Fine lunches at the Brunswick.
Mrs. Geo. F. Briggs, 536 North Fifth
street, fashionable dressmaker, at
reasonable prices. Tailor made sufta I Pnces'
a specialty.
After November 25 the ladies' black
cloth jackets go for $2; were $3. This
is a great bargain. Largest stock of
black goods in the city. Reduced
prices for this sale. English Kersey,
ladies' jackets, boxed front, sale price,
$4.95; were $6.50. Ladies' Irish frieze
jackets, the very latest novelty, $6.75;
were $8.60 Melton capes, high collars,
$6.75; were $8.50. r Ladies' ' listerclne
plush capes, fancy taffeta lining,
Thibet trimmed, $5.75; were $7.50
Blankets and comforters at very low
Patronize home industry ana get one
of Smith's $25 suits. Elegant line of
goods just arrived.
YOU CAN BE WELL, wihen your
blood is rich, pure and nourishing.
Hood's Sarsaparilla makes the blood
rich amd pure and cures all blood dis
tases, restoring health and vigor.
easy to operate.
headache. 25c.
are easy to take,
Cure indigestion,
Consumption, unless it has readied
the third stage, can be cured, but its
treatment requires new and modern
methods. Dr. Swetnam, office No. 10
North Second avenue.
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.
The only incandescent
H A. Dil Shoe Co.
Are a little the nicest ever
shown in Phoenix.......
in the city. Intense heat at small cost. One gallon of
lasts 18 hours. See them hefore making a choice.
27-29 E. Washington St.
Tinning and Plumbing a Specialty.

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