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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 15, 1896
5 m -- w We are in daily receipt of extra sized FANCY I Berwick Bay Oysters. Also the old reliable Eagle brand oys 0 ters in cams. Regular shipments direct from the coast of all studs of ocean ga ne, includiug crabs, lobsters., perch, barracuda, Bftlinon, etc. w t POULTRY of everj description, live and dressd. Keinember we are the largest dealers in phiiMiii, and consequently can give bet ter Hw.tmiifi than nur competitors. r The most complete assortment of 4 fruits and vegetables in the city. 6. Q. BUXTON & CO. 39 W. WasniiiEton St. - - 'Phone 122. t CITY AND COUNTY IN BRIEF. Small Paragraphs of General Interest. The News of a Pay In Phoenix and Its Tributary Realon Presented In a Nutsr.eli-Dotngsof People and Other Matters. They're coming in. Rush at the restaurants. Lively aTound the hotel lobbies. Canada is represented among new tourists at Phoenix. A lot of government mules have been condemned at Fort Whipple. T. J. Ferguson and Mrs. Lulu Nela were married Sunday by Judge Crouse. Pullman car service is a regular thing now on the Maricopa & Phoenix. T. J. Newland died Sunday night and was buried yesterday afternoon. During the recent cold weather ice was cut and stored on Pinal moun tains. The Catholic fair at Tucson realized $1,300 for the three nights' entertain ment. "' ; ' ' -'' '-' '' The Woman's Relief corps of Pres cott will give a rag carnival on Jan uary 18. X i' ... "' The fees of the recorder's office of Yavapai county for November were $417.40. A stock company is being formed in Jerome for the purpose of erecting an opera house. Business was brisk yesterday. Ev ery one feels the good effects of the many strangers in town. Colonel A. J. .Doran dropped his mining business for the time being in order to be present at the congress. James Griffin reports that he lost a lot of sample garments while at Con gress through the dexterity of some light-fingered fellow. ,'".., The average pay of women teachers in the territorial schools is $72.50 per month, as compared with $38.28 a month in Pennsylvania.. Frank Hill, the boy ' arrested here for killing a range cow near Ash Fork, has been held to answer to the grand jury of Coconino county. Attorney Frank ,.Cox left for Flor ence last night. He is engaged in prosecuting the case of the man who shot Cy Williams .at Maricopa. Visiting Good Templars are request ed to call on T. E. Irvine, of the Irvine company, chairman of the local irriga tion congress reception committee. The money order department of the Jerome postoffice shows that during the past four months there was sent from that office the sum of $27,457.29. James Griffin returned Sunday from a trip to the Congress mine and Fool's Gulch, where he had been soliciting orders. , He reports that he was very successful. ; A criminal was arrested at Williams the other day on the charge of petit larceny, tried for burglary, discharged for assault and battery and rearrested on suspicion. George M. Sargent, general passen ger and freight agent of the S. F., P. & P., stated that there were eighty i people on board of last evening's southbound train. Recorder Jobs had two common drunks and four hobos before him yesterday. They will do the city ser vice on the streets for four and ten days respectively. J. H. Hole of Chicago, 111., a promi nent member of the bar of that city is here on business connected with the funding of the Pima county Nar row Gauge railroad bonds. George Christian was declared in sane yesterday by Probate Judge Crouse and taken to the asylum. His dementia is of a mild type and there are! hopes of his speedy recovery. Harry Brown,' who has been travel ing on a bicycle nearly a year, will ar rive today. He will be met at Mesa and Tempe by a delegation of local cyclists, who will escort him home. The case of the Consolidated Canal company vs. the Mesa Canal company occupied the attention of the district court yesterday. The case was sub mitted without argument. Decision re served. S. S. Lowe, who had a hog ranch about- four miles northwest of this city, died yesterday of consumption He was from the state of Maine, about 44 years of age and had resided in the valley two years. He will be buried today at 1 o'clock. Brigham Young, the Mormon digni tary of Salt Lake City, arrived yes terday in the private car of John E. Frost. He proceeded to Mesa City, and will return today with other Mor mon notable to take part in the irri gation congress. Jesus Villas, the Mexican boy who didn't know the revolver was loaded when he pointed it at the Chinese vegetable vendor's head, was acquit ted by Justice Johnstone, yesterday, the testimony showing that the injury to the Chinaman was accidental. Hon. D. D. Fowler, an ex-member of congress from Tennessee, will leave this morning on the Santa Fe. He is largely interested in mines in Arizona, and business of that nature calls him away, though he holds the proxy of J. H. McNeal as delegate in today's con gress from Oklahoma. J. H. Willis of Snowflake made ap plication a few days since to Probate Judge Zuck for appointment as a dele gate from this county to the irriga tion congress at Phoenix. Upon look ing over the official call the judge de cided he had no authority to grant the request. Holbrook Argus. Warren Burk, the 6-year-old son of T. W. Burk, who resides on West Washington street, had the misfor tune to suffer the fracture of his right arm yesterday afternoon. He was jumping a rope when his foot caught, throwing him heavily to the ground. Dr. Swetnam was called and attended to the fractured limb. Mint valley mining district is just now attracting more atention than ever before. While assessment work is being done on claims throughout the district, there are several mines upon which development work has been commenced on that systematic scale indicative of permanent mining camps. Mint valley mining district is about fourteen miles northwest of Prescott. Rev. Lewis Halsey of Oswego, New York, a delegate to the National ir rigation congress, arrived yesterday. Rev. Mr. Halsey in addition to being a delegate to the congress is the new pastor of the First Baptist church of this city, a call having been extended to him two months ago. He is very popular in Oswego,' and it was with great reluctance that his congregation allowed him to depart for Phoenix. Joe Mexican Hat, the Indian police man at the Supai agency, tells the Wil liams News that the Supais have been reduced to half rations because of dam age to their crops last summer through the overflow from Cataract creek. They are .timid about asking govern ment aid, fearing that the provisions received would be applied as part pur chase price on their land, and that their children would be taken from them and sent to the government schools. B. P. Cheney of Boston, Mass., a director of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway company, and pres ident of the National City & Otay Railroad company, of California, ar rived yesterday morning in his pri vate ear over the Maricopa & Phoenix. After a carriage ride through the city and a part of the valley he pursued his journey north on a S. F., P. & P. special, leaving at 1 o'clock p. m. While here he and his party were chaperoned by Assistant General Man ager R. E. Wells. 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. LOCAL BREVITIES. 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- Thursday evening, either between Redewill hall and corner 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. BENHAM, Wood yard, Second avenue and Jef ferson street. Found A key-ring containing six small keys.. Owner can have same by calling at this office. An Arizona curio for eastern friends will be appreciated. Try our M. K. system of circulating library; all the monthly magazines can be read for 50 cents per month, at home. Fine lunches at the Brunswick. Artistic Arizona scenes Rhodes. For Rent Water rights in the Mar icopa canal. Inquire of L. H. Chal mers, Fleming block. Reimported "Old Taylor" whisky, spring '88, at the .Brunswick. . 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, (clairvoyant, medium, 126 West Madison. Read ings daily. Circle, Saturday evening. For Rent Small business room; plate glass front; next door to E. L. Andrews' carriage and bicycle store. E. L. ANDREWS & SON. 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 by 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. 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 seen 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. For Arizona scenes Rhodes. notice City taxes will be delinquent after Wednesday, December 16, 1896. If not paid before that .date costs will be added. M. G. WOOD. Deputy. WANTED. Agents to represent a well estab lished business in this city on salary or commission. Inquire of G. W. Schlegel, Commercial hotel. 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. Try White's bakery when you want home made bread, pies and cakes. 234 East Washington street, Gardiner's block. Patronize home industry ana get one Di Smith's $25 suits. Elegant line of goods just arrived. Read new Mammoth millinery top of page 3. ad, "Pabst Special Brew" received highest award at world's fair. Spark ling and delicious; at the Brunswick. 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. c alifnrnia ( and Arizona aiigCO K astern Apples, 'hristmaei Candies, Nuts, Tobacco and Cigars. S. B RltiGAN. 41 N. Center, opposite Model Grocery. By the Way-- THOMF, CHRISTMAS SLIPPERS.... M Shoe 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 WILSON & WARD, Fine Footwear, - - - - - ; Fleming Block. Are a little the nicest ever shown in Phcenix Our trimmed and pattern hats? All the latest styles. We carry nothing but rip n Grade Mil ii mery STOVER & PITCHER, Gooding Building, Opposite Adams Hotel. HEADQUARTERS FOR STERLING... ninipo SILVERWARE nlKM. Gold, Gold Filled and Silver And a general line of Holiday Presents . Everything strictly first-class. VANTILBURG & DAVISON, LtAUlNG KHCENIX JEWELERS. MS. IN SELECTING Your Holiday presents remember that nothing ' is more suitaole tor young or old than a Kodak or Poco Camera. We Carry Supplies of All Kinds. 28-30 N. First ayenue, We have them at O A n CCn all prices from 9r TO vPDU. E. L. ANDREWS & SON. IT S GOING TO RAIN. ..... andifyonhavean QfJjy LEAKY ROOF We have just what you need to fix it up. We are Bole aeents for p & b RooFrrsro. Call and see our P & B Manilla Roofing. 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. BONT WORRY about your ihealth. Keep your blood pure by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla and you need not fear the grip, colds, bronchitis, pneumonia or typhoid fever. ily cathartic, -easy to take, easy to op- Business opportunity; "Tempe ho tel," only Tiotel in Tempe; for sale or to rent at-tuoderate figures. Inquire of W. J. Kingsbury. Owner in busi ness in Tucson and cannot attend to it. 'Nasal and 'bronchial catarrh with, their oonstanit annoyances, are scien tifically, and successfully treated by Dr. Swetnam, Second avenue, opposite the ;Ford ihotel. Bulk oysters, any style, one-half dozen, 25 cents, at Coffee Al's lunch counter and ladies' dining room. SAVE MONEY! The only incandescent OIL BURNING HEATING STOVE in the city. Intense heat at small cost. ' One gallon of oil lasts 18 hours. See them before making a choice. 13. EL BTJRTTS, 27-29 E. Washington St. Tinning and Plumbing a Specialty.