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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13, 1896
We are in daily receipt of extra sized FANCY Berwick Bay Oysters. Also the old reliable Eagle brand oys ters in cans. Regular shipments direct from the coast of all kinds- of ocean gane, including crabs, lobsters, perch barracuda, salmon, eto. POULTRY of every description, live and dressed. Kemembar we are the largest dealers in Phamix, and consequently can give bet ter selections than our competitors. The most complete assortment of fruits and vegetables in the city. i i G. ?. BUXTON 4 CO. 9 39 W. Washington 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-Doings of People and Other Matters. ! " . A decree of divorce was granted by Judge Baker yesterday in the case of Huber vs. Huber. Seven carloads of beef cattle will be shipped this morning over the S. F., P. & P. to San Diego. W. O. O'Neill has been selected as a representative to the irrigation con gress by the Buckeye Canal company. William " 1 Black and James Haux hurst will leave tomorrow evening for a prospecting tour in Yavapai county. Policeman ' Al Galpin yesterday morning shot a dog near the Mills house. The animal had bitten a wo man. There are seven United States pris oners in the Graham county jail awaiting the session of the federal court. 1 '- The Y. P. S. C. E. of the Presby terian church will give a social next Friday night in the parlors of the building. Justice Johnstone yesterday per formed the ceremony that united in matrimony Carlos Espinosa and Jesus Contrares. The Gila Valley', Globe & Northern Railway company advertises for bids on 400,000 pounds of corn delivered ,n board cars. .jj L. H. Landes and J. C. Kellum will leave - for Wickenburg today, where they are interested in, a prosperous mining claim. John H. Paoge, A. Paoge and L. Wright, delegates to the irrigation congress, arrived yesterday evening from Pomona, Cal. An interesting base ball game will be played this afternoon at the park between the Phoenix ball team and Griffin's Crackajacks. People interested in the irrigation congress are already beginning to ar rive and by Tuesday every available room in the city will be occupied. George Fifield, the hack driver, is minus an overcoat. He entered a res taurant in the rear of one of the Wash ington street saloons about midnight on Friday and laid his coat on a chair. When through eating he could not find the garment. Recorder Jobs yesterday sentenced Juan Orosco to fifteen days in jail for fighting. Charles Kelly was sentenced to four days for drunkenness. Juan Orosco will be rearrested as soon as liberated, on a charge of carrying a concealed weapon a slingshot. Jesus Villas, the lad who shot a Chinaman in the head Friday morn ing, was brought into Justice John stone's court- yesterday morning for examination. As the injured Mon golian was too ill to appear the exam ination was continued until tomorrow. An error was made In The Republic can yesterday morning in the court item which read that a jury had awarded damages to Mr. Gilson in his suit against Hewlett & Sturges. The firm was Hewlett & Stevens, Mr. Sturges in no way being a party to the suit. Another successful day attended thb bazaar of the Ladies' Circle of the Woodmen yesterday afternoon and evening. The place was crowded al most all day and several large pur chases were made. The bazaar was most successful and a neat sum was realized. Robert Williams, a convict who was sentenced in May, 1895, from this county to one year and nine months in the penitentiary for burglary, has been restored to citizenship by the governor on recommendation of the prison superintendent. Williams' term expires today. Articles of incorporation of the Ter- re Haute Mining company were filed yesterday. The principal place of bus iness is Phoenix. The incorporators are Jay Cummings, M. D. Hyde, Frank Jones, Thomas I. Ryan, W. D. Satter white and James Kip, all of San Fran cisco. The capital stock is $2,000,000. The district lodge of Good Templars had an enjoyable time yesterday after noon and evening at the Cartwright school house. In the afternoon a basket picnic was held, which was at tended by several Good Templars from this city. A large 'bus loaded with members of the order drove out last night to attend the exercises. Architect Fred Heinlein yesterday awarded the contracts for the building of the Sisters of Mercy hospital at Prescott. L. A. Amirault received the contract for the lumber and carpenter work; Fitzsimmons & Co., brick work; Mulrein Bros., Los Angeles, plumb ing; Dufton & Austraw, painting. The building will cost ?15,000 and work will, be begun immediately. Mr. Ward, the Tonto Basin cattle man, is lying at the desert wells in a precarious condition. He left the city Wednesday to return to his range and when on the desert the horse he was riding reared on its haunches and fell backward. Mr. Ward fell under the animal. His skull was fractured and other injuries were received. He was taken to the wells, where everything possible is being done for him. A noteworthy feature of life in Phoenix is the number of new faces that appear daily on the streets. Some of the strangers come in search of suitable investments, and upon finding what they want they go into business with the enterprise and vigor charac teristic of this progressive young town. Among those who have come to stay, and whose energy and push merit passing remark, is Mr. Sam C. Bellis, who believes that liberal ad vertising is one-half the success of a business venture. A man from Arizona named Burk, a miner or the owner of mines in the territory, became entirely too festive last evening in the joints which deco rate East First street, so says the Los Angeles Times, and was garnered in by Officers Henderson and Fay on the charge of carrying concealed weapons. On his way to the station he attempted familiarities with Mr. Fay's club and the officer was obliged to use the in strument on Burk's skull, to the detri ment of that part of his anatomy. To the clerk he gave the name of Frank Burk, but that is thought to be simply an alias. LOCAL BREVITIES. At Bellis', South Center street, is where fresh oysters par excellence, fresh fish and the finest celery, fruits, nuts, cottage cheese, cream, butter milk, milk and butter can be had. Oysters, oysters for all; Bellis'. For Sale--At a bargain, a splendid buffalo overcoat, new. Apply at Peoples & Ambler, No. 13 South First avenue. Mrs. S. M. Andrews, professional nurse, 131 West Madison street. STRAYED OR STOLEN. A team of bay ponies a mare and gelding gentle and well broke, from Jones Bros', stable, corner Madison and Center streets, last Thursday forenoon. For Rent Two rooms and a suite of rooms all furnished. All modern con veniences. 707 South First avenue, corner Grant street. All branches of photography see Rhodes, 213 West Washington street. Bulk oysters, any style, one-half dozen, 25 cents, at Coffee Al's lunch counter and ladies' dining room. Fine lunches at the Brunswick. Artistic Arizona scenes Rhodes. Try White's bakery when you want home made bread, pies and cakes. 234 East Washington street, Gardiner's block. Patronize home industry and get one ot Smith's $25 suits. Elegant line of goods just arrived. Short orders served quickly and at lowest prices. Model restaurant, 34 West Washington street. A CHANGE OF BUSINESS ALL AROUND. The Model restaurant, formerly the Boston Cafe, has been purchased by George F. Briggs. Many changes will be made and the bill of fare greatly improved., Finest appointed place in the city for family and ladies' trade. Try the Sunday dinner today. Read new Mammoth millinery ad, top of page 3. "Pabst Special Brew" received highest award at world's fair. Spark ling and delicious; at the Brunswick. Gnnd ptivpi'Ips at n Trlnae mqlrfl. ynvvo uiaaco ennd llvi'np ffmrl hnmAe hannv f i Phoertiv flrnrprv rmrvncni-ir Waa a fil and complete stock of staple and fancy groceries at reasonable, prices. Try them. Single and double hand made ext ern harness only is sold by the Cap ital Harness Shop, No. 10 North Cen ter street. Saddle work a specialty. All the leading trees in stock. For Rent Small business room- plate glass front: next door to E. t. Andrews' carriage and bicycle store. E. L. ANDREWS & SON. Thursdav evenine. either hptwwm Redewill hall and comer Third av enue and Jefferson street, or on North Second avenue, a black ostrich feather boa. The finder by returning it to me will receive a liberal reward. J. W. BRNHAM Wood yard, Second avenue and Jef- lerson street. Celia Fischer, voice culture, Italian method. Studio, Room 1, Mahoney building, Phoenix, Arizona. Best beds and cleanest rooms for the money at Gregory house, 225 East Washington street, Phoenix. To Whom It May Concern: All outstanding debts due to The Riata Publishing company up to December 6, 1896, are payable to Mr. Gorman, the new management having no claim on same. HORACE HARRISON Phoenix, December 7. TO THE PUBLIC. Notice is hereby given that we are not responsible for any indebtedness incurred before or that may be con tracted after this date in the name of The Riata Publishing Co., Pohenix A. T., December 7. THOMAS A. GORMAN, PHILIP S. WARREN, Formerly publishers of The Riata. For Rent Water rights in the Mar icnna canal. Incuiire of T. H Chal mers, Fleming block. "Rpimnnrtpd "Old Tntrlnr" whiolrw spring '88, at the Brunswick. Watch repairing, Chamberlain's. REDUCTION SALE. 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. THE ALKIRE CO. Photographs for Christmas Rhodes. Opera 'House cafe Best meals for the money. Mrs. Wells-Bedell. Iclairvrwanr medium, 126 West Madison. Read ings daily. Circle, Saturday evening. GOOD BOOKS. I would urge all lovers of good books and those who wish to purchase, to see Mr. A. C. Matthews of this city, 445 West Washington street. I have examined catalogue of P. W. Ziegler & Co., Philadelphia, Pa., as presented Dy him, and find he is agent for the best books by the best authors and offering them at a low figure. . C. J. CHASE. LOST. REDUCTION SALE. 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. . For Sale Two houses, one six rooms, one three rooms; flOO down, balance installments 10 per cent. Must be sold In side of two weeks. J. F. MULLIN, The L. W. Blinn Lumber Co. Missouri black walnuts, shell-bark hickorynuts, Missouri apples, Arizona oranges, lemons, pears and produce, at the stand of the Arizona Fruit and Produce company, corner of Adams and Center streets. For Arizona scenes Rhodes. LOST. 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 $40 at Depew's, No. 17 South First avenue. 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. By the Way TTIOK CHRISTMAS SLIPPERS.... ATTHE H. 1. Ill Sloe Co. Are a little the nicest ever shown in Phoenix CONSULT Your Own Taste, We can please you if you are most fastidious, and if you need good, solid shoes that have wearing qualities as well as style, we can furnish vou with the best. ILSON & WARD. Fine Footwear, - - - - - - Fleming Block. Havf liij Our trimmed and pattern hats? All the latest styles. We carry nothing' but High Grade Millinery. STOVER &. PITCHER, Gooding Building, Opposite Adams Hotel. HEADQUARTERS FOR STERLING... SILVERWARE Gold, Gold Filled and Silver And a general line' of Holiday Presents 7 Everything strictly first-class. mis. VANTILBURG & DAVISON, Leading Phcenix Jewelers. IN SELECTING Yoor Holiday presents remember that nothing is more suitaole lor young or old than a Kodak or Poco Camera. We Carry Supplies of All Kinds. 28-30 N. First avenue, We have them at I A &CO all prices from u TO vDDU, E. L. ANDREWS & SON. IT'S GOING TO RAIL. raii,youb,reM OLD LEAKY ROOF" We have Juit what yon need to fix it up. We are sole agents for P & B EOOPING. Call and Bee our P & B Manilla Roofing. , i Henry E. Kemp Company, FIRST ST., OPP. CITY HALL. ' Madames Hyde & Ames, dressmak ers, No. 209 Fleming block. Take elevator. Wakelin's Pharmacy for drugs. BQNT WORRY abouft your health. Keep your blood pure by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla and you need not fear the grip, ctflds, brondhdtis, pneumonia or typhoid fever. HOOD'S PILLS are the favorite fam ily cathartic, easy to take, easy to op Business opportunity; "Tempe ho tel," only hotel In Tempe; for sale or to rent at moderate figures. Inquire of W. J. Kingsbury. Owner in busi ness in Tucson and cannot attend to it. Indigestion or dyspepsia not only makes one feel gloomy and uncom fortable, but is often the ad vance signal of that dread disease, consumption. Dr. Swet nam's office No. 10 North Second avenue, is having remarkable suc cess in the treatment of diseases of the stomach. SAVE MONEY! The onlv incandescent OIL BURNING HEATING STOVE in the city. Intense heat at small cost. One gallon of oil lasts 18 hours. .See them before makin a choice. 13. EL BXJRTIS, 27-29 E. Washington St. Tinning and Plumbing a Specialty.