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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 1896
5 We are in daily receipt of extra sized FANCY Berwick Bay Oysters. Also the old reliable Kaple brand oys ters in cana. Regular shipments direct from the coast of all lilads of ocean Kane, including crabs, lobsters, porch, barracuda, salmon, etc. POULTRY of every description, live and dressed. Remember we are the largest dealers in Phoenix, and consequently can give bet ter selections than our competitors. The moi complete assortment of fruits and vegetables in the city. t G. Q. BUXTON & CO. 89 W. Wasainzton St. - - 'Phone 122. 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. Solomonville is organizing a lodge of Woodmen of the World. The forecast of the weather bureau predicts fair -weather today with a frost tonight. . Governor Franklin and staff will review the parade of the Indian school scholars today. Recorder' Jobs passed judgment on two inebriates yesterday morning. They were each fined f 4. Mrs. Henry Goldwater and the Misses Martha Gage and Madge Gould of Pres cott are in the city on a visit. C. B. Booth made an excellent chair man of the Irrigation congress. He was at all times tactful, courteous and patient Mrs. Mary J. Beaton filed suit for di vorce yesterday in the district court. Desertion is alleged as the grounds for complaint. The coming session of the joint county and territorial teachers' Insti tute will be largely attended by teach ers from the adjoining counties. Some miscreant poisoned a valuable dog belonging to,, Judge Stilwell. His children were very- much attached to the animal and feel their loss keenly. Rev. Lewis ' Halsey and' family are located for the present at the Mills house. Dr. alsey has assumed the pastorate of the First Baptist church. Col. E. D. Harrington, special ex aminer for the -pension department, is making a tour of his jurisdiction, which includes southern California and Arizona. A special meeting of the city council was held yesterday morning for the purpose of declaring unpaid taxes de linquent. The property will be adver tised for sale. The board of trustees of the high school yesterday engaged Professor Heymann as instructor of physical cul ture. He will erect a gymnasium and begin instructions next month. J. W. Benham is deserving of credit for the able manner in which he made arrangements for teams and carriages to transport the visiting delegates to the various valley points of interest. The city marshal is having consider able trouble with people who refuse to clean up their lots. Yesterday a war rant was issued for tne arrest of a prominent man who defied the ordi nance. James Griffin and others interested in cycling are preparing to organize a bicycle club. There are several en thusiastic devotees of the silent steed in the citf who are anxious for or ganization. The assessed valuation of city prop erty for the years 1896-97 was $3,119, 787, a large gain over .1895-96. The total tax for the last two years was $27,766.77. This shows how rapidly the city is growing. -. A much larger crowd was in attend ance at the session of the irrigation congress yesterday than at the previ ous sessions. A large number of la dies were interested spectators of the deliberations of the body. A carload of machinery for the Chandler power plant at the fifty-foot drop of the cross-cut canal has arrived at Tempe. It will only be a short time before the pumps at the head of the canal are in operation. The special stock train that went out over the M. & P. Tuesday night was made up of five carloads of cattle from T. D. Hogan, four from James Sturgeon, three from J. L. Powell and one car from Woolf Sachs. People having carriages at the dis posal of the Irrigation congress, who have not notified J. W. Benham, are requested to report at his office, cor ner of Second avenue and Jefferson street, at 9 o'clock this morning. Among the active workers in the ir rigation congress are Lee Arnett and wife of Nebraska. Mr. Arnett repre sents the state agricultural society of Nebraska. Mr. Arnett has been a del egate to every irrigation congress. Frances Greenwood, daughter of D. F. and Theresa Greenwood, died yes terday of croup. She was 9 years and 9 months old. The funeral services will be held today at the Catholic church. Friends are invited to at tend. A city election was held at Tucson Monday which resulted in the election of the non-partisan taxpayers' ticket. Henry Buehman was elected mayor, Charles T. Connell, city recorder, Har ry Drachman treasurer, and S. M. Fin ley marshal. Willis Hillings, a brother of Wade Huiings and president of the Pennsyl vania irrigation company, represented his state in the irrigation congress. He will remain in the valley about a month to look after the interests of his company. LOCAL BREVITIES. Numerous sales are being made ev ery week of property in Bennett Place addition. The building restrictions on all property sold in this addition make it the ideal locality for the best class of . homes. Reasonable terms. E. J. Bennett, 18 North Center street. GRAND HOLIDAY SALE, COM MENCING MONDAY, DEC. 21. At Bellis', 32 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. Photographs for Christmas Rhodes. For Sale At a bargain, a splendid buffalo overcoat, new. Apply at Peo ples & Ambler, 13 South First avenue. 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. BENNETT PLACE EXCLUSIVE LY FOR HOMES. If you desire to build in the best residence locality, where you are war ranted against any but the most de sirable class of adjoining residences buy a lot in Bennett Place. Perfect titles, perpetual water rights, terms reasonable. E. J. Bennett, agent, 18 North Center street. SATISFACTION Always, if you board at the Model Cafe, 34 West Washington street. Mrs. S. M. Andrews, professional nurse, 131 West Madison street. Artistic Arizona scenes Rhodes. N BEST MEALS In the city, and more for the money at the Model Cafe, 34 West Washing ton street. For Rent Water rights in the Mar icopa canal. Inquire of L. H. Chal mers, Fleming block. Gunther's chocolate creams, etc., at Wakelin's pharmacy. Opera House cafe Best meals for the money. Mrs. 1 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 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 ot Smith's $25 suits. Elegant line of goods just arrived, 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. All branches of, photography see Rhodes, 213 West Washington street. For Arizona scenes Rhodes. $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. Gunther's fine candies at Wakelin pharmacy. Bulk oysters, any style, one-half dozen, 25 cents, at Coffee Al's lunch counter and ladies' dining room. Madames Hyde & Ames, dressmak ers, Room 209 Fleming block. Take el evator. 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. This week's sale will be the great est, grandest and most money-saving sale in the history of our store. In connection with this sale for holiday week we shall give away, free, a large lot of beautiful presents which we have just received. Dolls, holiday goods, gold watches and new silverware. Read a short list of our money-saving prices during this week's sale: Black Brocaded Satins In handsome floral designs, newest patterns. Sale price, 95 cents. Black Brocaded, Silician silk finish, beautiful patterns, silk effect. Sale price, 70 cents. Two-toned in silk mixed, must be seen to be appreciated, for value. Sale price, 42 cents. Largest stock of silk and dress goods to select, from. All prices reduced for this week's sale. Capes and jackets in this season's latest styles, all marked down to cost for this special sale. Ladies'1 handkerchiefs, in hem stitched, embroidered and scalloped edges.. Sale price, 7 to 25 cents. Gents handkerchiefs, in silk and linen hem-stitched, and in fancy bor ders. See our new stock of neckwear. Underwear, ladies' Jersey ribbed vests in all sizes, worth much more, for this week only- Sale price, 25 cents. Ladies' silver gray pants and vests nicely finished, silk front, fleeced fin ish. Sale price, 45 cents. Ladies' Onieta suits, Jersey ribbed, will be closed out this week at lowest prices ever offered. Sale price, 62 cents. Men's Roman gray shirts and draw ers, well finished, worth double the price asked. Sale price, 45 cents. Men s fine all wool natural gray shirts and drawers will be offered this week. Sale price.Jl.OO. Children's Jersey ribbed . natural gray shirts and pants in all sizes. Sale price, 30 cents. Misses' combination suits, In natural gray Jersey ribbed, this week only. sale price, fell cents. Special sales in table linens. See our soft finished cloths and napkins to match. Makes a most useful present. Bureau sets in hem-stitched and embroidered. Just the thing for a nice Xmas gift. Largest stock of fancy towels. Visit our store before making your holiday purchases. We are sure we can save you money. THE ALKIRE CO., Leaders in Low Prices. Shoes! We shall give a special dis count on all shoes. Closing out a few lines at actual cost. CONSULT Your Own Oysters, oysters for all; Bellis'. 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. BLOOD IS LIFE and upon tlhe pur ity and vitality of the blood depends the health of the whole system. Ex perience proves Hood's Sarsaparilla to be the best blood purifier. HOOD'S PILLS adt easily and promptly on the liver and bowels. Cure sick headache. Hurley's Market. Have cold storage in connection With slanphter house, assuring our r.atronsof the choicest meats. NO 5 W. WASHINGTON STREET, Telephone 13. HOME-MADE KKKAD, PIES, CAKE. HOME PUT-tTP FRUIT J3f GLASS. SHELLED WALNUTS and ALMONDS New York 9pies, Baldiomg, Bell Flowers GENZLINSER, - 211 W. Washington St, By the Way THOK O'l,' CHRISTMAS SLIPPERS.... 0 aliform r- rroe and Arizona K 1 aM&toj i-astern Apples, ;brUtmu.6 Candies, Nut-', Tobacco and Cigars. 8. B KIGGIN, 41 N. Center, opposite Model 'Jrucery. ATTffK Shoe 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. ave loo n Our trimmed and pattern hats? All the latest styles. We carry nothing but High Me Millinery. STOVER & PITCHER, Gooding Building, Opposite Adams Hotel. HEADQUARTERS FOR STERLING... 01510 SILVERWARE Wmh Gold, ; Gold Filled and Silver And a general line of Holiday Presents. , Everything strictly first-class. WATCHES. VANTILBURG & DAVISON, LEADING rHCENIX JEWELERS. IN SELECTING Yonr 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 T A (ten all prices from XO DU. E. L. ANDREWS & SON. YOUES FOE. Agricultural Implements AND GENERAL HARDWARE Henry E. Kemp Company, FIRST ST., OPP. CITY HALL. CHRISTMAS GOODS THE PH(ENIX STATIONERY AND NEWS CO. ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR CHRISTMAS GOODS OF ALU KINDS. Toys, Dolls, Children's Wagons and Doll Baggies, Drums, etc. Also finest line ever seen in tne city of Cnristmas Cards and Booklets, Calendars, Books, Toilet Sets, Navajo Blankets, Indian Baskets and Curios. 10-12 W. WASHINGTON ST. SAVE MONEY! Are a little the nicest ever shown in Phoenix ., 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. D. EL BXJRTIS, 27-29 E. Washington St. Tinning and Plumbing a Specialty.