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ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 19, 1896 5 J We are in daily receipt of extra sized FANCY Berwick Bay Oysters. Also the old reliable Eagle brand oys ters in cauH. Regular shipments direct from the coa&t of all kinds of ocean ga ae, including crabs, lobsters, perch, barracuda, salmon, etc. POULTRY of every description, live and dressed. Kemember we are the largest dealers in Phoentx, and consequently can give bet ter selections than our competitors. The mosi complete assortment of fruits aud vegetables in the city. t fi. Q. BUXTON 4 CO. 39 W. Waanington St. - - -rnonei-a CITY AND COUNTY IN BRIEF. Small Paragraphs of General Interest. Tne News of a Day in PhcBnlxand Its Tributary Region Presented in a Nutshell-Doings of People and Other Matters. Only one month to the meeting of the territorial legislature. Judge B;ker yesterday allowed the defendant $99 in the suit of Burtis vs. Gray, assignee. The city Schools and the high school closed yesterday afternoon for a two weeks' vacation. The funeral of Frances Greenwood took place yesterday morning from the Catholic church. Tucson people are again talking of a 100,0OO hotel on the military plaza. There is plenty of room there for a hotel. , ... .. L. E. Brushaber of New York is in the city looking up favorable oppor tunities for investment for eastern capitalists. The Prescott football team has ac cepted the proposition of the Phoenix team and will play a game in the lat ter city on Christmas. - Governor Franklin yesterday com missioned as . notaries .public S. K. Williams of Bisbee and Patrick J. Foley of Yavapai county. Charles B. Eaman of Camp Verde arrived yesterday in advance of a large bunch of cattle which are coming to be placed on pasture in this valley. Postmaster Thomas says that an enormous amount of mail matter is being distributed throughout the city just now and that the entire force is kept very busy. The board of directors of the Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix Railroad com pany met at Chicago yesterday and re-elected the members of the present board for the ensuing year. Nearly every livery vehicle in the city was in use yesterday and several private conveyances were contributed by citizens for the purpose of drawing the delegates around the valley. , The furniture for the legislative chambers is being taken from the warehouse and placed in the city hall. The walls of the council and assembly rooms have been papered and the halls of law now present an inviting appear ance. Frank Smith and Samuel Silver stein have been lodged in the county jail on the ostensible charge of va grancy, but it is said a more serious charge will be made. Their trial will occur before Justice Johnstone this morning. John McNaughton, the chalk plate artist, is -now at El Paso, where he intends to open an engraving business. Several weeks ago Mr. McNaughton left Flagstaff with a stereopticon en tertainment company which exhibited views of the Grand canyon and Ari zona scenery. The fire department has made an appropriation of $5 for the purpose of buying Miss Annie Monlhon a Christ mas present in appreciation of her kindness in taking care of Homer,: the town goat, and mascot of the fire de partment. Over 100 carloads of Sonora oranges have been shipped at Nogales for the United States up to date this year. It is estimated that this season's ship ments will aggregate 300 carloads and that there will be 500 carloads shipped next season. The Bank hotel at Flagstaff is now under the management of L. H. Tol free, who conducts the hotel at the Grand canyon, and Mr. Tolfree has re modeled and refurnished the building, so that there will be no complaint from tourists hereafter. C. O. McCarroll arrived yesterday from the Colorado river, where he is in the employ of the Senator mine. He confirms the reports of general ac tivity in the mines of that section and says that Stephen Dorsey expects to open the Picacho mines. Only a few theatrical attractions have visited Phoenix so far this year. This is explained by the fact that in a presidential year show ventures are hazardous. Countless companies of more or less merit have already sue cumbed to bad business. sioner of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad company,, who was here as a delegate to the irrigation congress, w ill leave in his private car this morn ing ior iopeKa. rie win oe accompa nied by a party of friends who were attending the congress. Constable Porterie arrested a strang er yesterday on suspicion of being a person who is wanted for a murder committed in San Bernardino. He answers the description of the mur derer. He says he arrived from Flag staff, where he had lived for some time. LOCAL BREVITIES. 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. Professor O'Malley will give a social dance at Redewill hall tonight. 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 6treet. 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. BEST MEALS In the city, and more for the money at the Model Cafe, 34 West Washing ton street. i 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. 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. Oysters, oysters for all; Bellis'. Drawn work just received. Mrs. A. M. Lee. 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. FOR SALE CHEAP GAS PIPE. A lot of new -inch iron pipe, both black and galvanized, which we will sell in any quantity at wholesale rates, S. D. LOUNT & SON. 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's pharmacy. Bulk oysters, any style, one-half dozn, 25 cents, at Coffee Al's lunch counter and ladies' dining room. Madames Hyde & Ames, dressmak ers, Room 209 Fleming block. Take elevator. 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 Oranges, aliforuia and Arizona Habtern Apples. "hristmas Candips. Nuty, Tobacco and Cigars. 8. K UIiiN. 41 N. Center, opposite Model brccery. 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. 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 Sown to cost for this special sale. Ladies'' handkerchiefs, in hem stitched, embroidered and scalloped edges. Sale price, 7 to 25 cents. Gent's 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. i 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, $1.00. 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, 60 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 vour 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. 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. THE WHOLE STORY of the won derful cures by Hood's SarsapariLla is soon told. It makes the blood rich, pure and nourishiing. lit cures scrofula, catarrh, rheumatism. HOOD'S PILLS act harmoniously wi-Jh Hood's Sarsaparilla. Cure all liver ills. 25 cents. Hurley's Market. A Have cold Btorae in connection a With tlanehter house, assuring W A'mr atronsol the choicest mets.f NO 5 W. WASHINGTON STREET. Telephone 13. HOME-MADE BREAD, PIES, (RAKE. HOME PUT-UP FKUIT IN GLASS. 4HEIXKD WALNUTS and ALMONDS, few York Spies, Balriloma, Bell Flowers. GSNZLINGER, - 211 IS. Washington St. By the Way THOSE CHRISTMAS SLIPPERS..,. AT THE B.A. M Shoe Are a little the nicest ever shown in Phcenix 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 you with the best. WILSON & WARD, Fine Footwear, -.--. Fleming Block. mm ntTft t rvfi iiiuiuuu uuu pancm uaias till mtj 1 A 1 P III latest styles- We carry nothing but Bp N llir Grade Mi lineij. STOVER & PITCHER. Gooding Building, Opposite Adams Hotel. HEADQUARTERS FOR STERLING . mm SILVERWARE nlWIldi Gold, Gold Filled and Silver And a general line of Holiday Presents. Everything strictly first-class. mis. VANTILBURG & DAVISON, Leading Phcenix Jewelers. OUR CYCLE LIVERY Is the best stocked in the city. We rent $100 wheels at 25c an hour, tandems 50c. BICYCLES, buggies, - E. L ANDREWS & SON. KODAKS. 28-30 N. First avenue. YOURS FOE. Agricultural Implements AND GENERAL HARDWARE Henry E. Kemp Company, . FIRST ST., OPP. CITY HALL. CHRISTMAS GOODS THE PH(MIX STATIONERY AND NEWS CO. ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR CHRISTMAS GOODS OF ALL KINDS. Toys, Dolls, Children's Wagons ani Doll Bnggies. Drams, etc. Also finest line ever seen in the city of Christmas Cards and Booklets, Calendars, Books, Toilet Sets, flavajo Blankets, Indian Baskets ana Cnnos. 10-12 W. WASMHGTON ST. 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. D. EL BTJRTIS, 27-29 E. Washington St. Tinning and Plumbing a Specialty.