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THE ARIZONA EEPUBWOAIT! WEDNESDAY MOBNJNO, NOVEMGftE 8, 1S99.
TllE SUREST DRUG STORE1 Is not always the most de serving of your patronage, but We guarantee that everything you buy at our Store will be fresh and honest and entirely sat isfactory, or your money back We make a Specialty of Accurate Prescription Work and never substitute. Telephone Orders Filled Promptly. TH J. p. fiUDSOfJ Preset iption Pharmacy. 28 C Washington St. Cards of thanks, notices pertaining to organizations and societies, church fairs or socials, will not be printed in the Republican except' when paid for. LOCAL BREVITIES. Dr. Battin has moved his office to Dr. Woodruff s building. 42 S. Second Ave. E. A. Spaulding sells real estate. Of fice No. 41 West Adams street. Oysters, Came and Poultry at The New Place. WILLIAMS & HAFFXER. List your property with E. A. Spaul ding, olllre No. 41, West Adams street. ARIZONA VIOLETS. Extra fine, strong plants now ready. "Will fc'oom this winter if planted soon. GATES FOWLER. Strictly high grade "The New Place." Al and Theo. 9 and 11 West Washington street. For excellent meals at reasonable prices go to Coffee Al's restaurant. Everything in season. Short orders a specialty. Fresh oysters at the Grotto. Popu lar prices. Dr. R. E. Holbrook, dentist, over the postoffice. If your appetite needs to be stimu lated go to Tribolefs meat market. In the big cooling rooms are chops and Fteaks and roasts and '"boiling pieces." fresh and tempting. Try a broiled tenderloin steak Coffee Al's. Everything first-class. at FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, al lays all pain, cures wind colic and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Don't Wait Until the Last Dog is Hung. Some people do, but it don't pay, es pecially in buying Christmas presents. Christmas week is a poor time to pur chase presents because all the stores are Jam full of people, and clerks can not give you the attention you would get if you selected what you want ear lier and, besides, you can select from larger stocks and fresher goods than at Christmas time after everything has been picked over. We have about 250 dolls just arrived, besides other Christmas things, such as fancy china, silverware, etc. Christ mas goods are arriving every week. Come in and look around; it won't put your eyes out just to see things. We won't chase you out of the store with a pitchfork or an ax if you don't happen to buy. We don't getter madder than a bull in fly time if you ask the price without buying. We kind o' like to have people come in and gape around because they always become our cus tomers after they have investigated our store and its prices. Do you know where our place is? We are four doors 1 1 east of the postoffice. Lots of goods ' out front, such as hardware, baskets, china, glassware, guns, etc. Danidson's Cash Bargain Store, Beat Place to Trade in Atlzoja. mmmm, fiEWS OF THE TOWfl PHOENIX WEATHER. The following weather conditions pre vailing in Phoenix yesterday were re. ported by the United States weather bureau: 5:30 a. m. 5:30 p. m. T'.uiom. pressure :;rt.(M! 29.!!t Tern, dry bulb ', 7tj Tern, wet bulb 4'! ." T-ni. maximum 74 S5 Tern, minimum 4S 47 Itr-1. humidity 4(! 21 Wind. direction K NW Wind, velocity 5 3 Precipitation 0 0 .State of weather ...Clear. Clear. THE FIRST BORN. There was joy and a boy simultaneously at the home of Harry R. Tritle last night. The boy weighed ten pounds. Their joy had no such limitations. It could not be weighed or measured. Thjs boy is the rst and the satisfaction is correspond ingly great. SUIT FOR FEES. Suit was begun in district court yesterday by Frank Moss 'against the Phoenix Wholesale Meat company. The plaintiff is a live stock inspector and tries to re cover j:!24, being the amount of his fees for inspecting the hides of l,i96 cattle slaughtered by the defendant be tween March 27 and September 1 of this year. MRS. WIEGAND'S RECOVERY. The many friends of Mrs. Karl H. Wie gand, who was taken to Los Angeles by her husband to consult some special ists after her case was considered hope less, will be glad to learn that a sur gical operation she underwent as hold ing out the only hope to save her life was successfully performed by Dr. J. T. Stewart at his hospital, and that she will soon be out of danger. Owing to her weakened condition but little anaesthetics could be administered, and she consequently suffered great agony. INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS. The following officers were installed last Monday night by the Good Temp lar lodge: Chief templar. Mr. William F. Davis; vice-templar, Mrs. William F. Davis; past chief templar, Mr. Royjrnine. The party was gone three days Irwin; chaplain, Mr. A. A. Van Doren: j and a half and not only covered the secretary, Mr. M. E. Collins: assistant ! ,-oute as proposed, but found w litre in secretary. Mrs Nettie Scott; financial paces th? ,.oad cmj(, be but pt secretary. Mr. E. Reynolds; treasurer. I -Mr. A. P. Walbridge: superintendent j cr,st and pe ure heUev Krad. Juvenile Temple, Mrs. E. Reynolds: The Mesa gentlemen who were in the marshal, Mr. A. Ross; deputy marshal, j party are old time frontiersmen and Miss Georgia Viault; guard, Mrs. F. ! Ward: sentinel. Miss Clara Galpin. FALLING STARS. Professor Swift, the well known astronomer in charge of the Lowe observatory at Echo Mountain, California, says there is no use of people looking for the expected fall of stars only on the night of No- vember 15, and that the meteorites, if J they appear at all, will be seen after midnight. Another writer says the phenomenon may be witnessed only on ' the night of November 14. Other w riters say there will be no star show- , ers except the ordinary shooting va-j riety. Phoenicians w ho are interested i may take their choice. j DEATH OF MRS. H. V, terday received the sad news of the death of her mother, Mrs. H. B. Turner, in Boston at 7 o'clock yester- dav morning from cancer. Deceased I was about forty-six years of age and was formerly a resident of this city where she was known as Mrs. William Lyle. She married Mr. Turner, a resi- dent of Tombstone, about five years ago and after a couple of years moved to Kentucky and a year later went to Boston. She had many friends in this city who will regret to learn of her death. A CLOSE CALL. J. R. Belcher, an employe of Buxton & Co., was serious ly injured yesterday afternoon while working in the back part of the store. He climbed up the front of a tier of shelving not securely fastened, with the result that the structure fell over. hurvinp tlim in the Hphrk maitd hv the ' former contents of the shelving. The other clerks rushed to his assistance and he was taken out apparently more dead than alive. He was given prompt medical attention and he soon regained consciousness. His head was fright fully bruised, but an examination re vealed nothing dangerous in his wounds. . SWIFTY S RUIN. A colored youth called "Swifty" was probably the most notable prize fighter Phoenix ever pro- uuceu, uul lie iiu laoeii it icliiii I uuuiis loriiieu uy me iissoe unions 01 x sporty life. The Williams News says: I "Williams has some samples, and first- class ones in every respect, of what j the cocaine or morphine habit will do 1 with a human being. 'Swifty," the one time pugilist, and whose strength ex- ; celled the average man's in almost i every way, walks the streets aimless- I ly, a human wreck from the effects of the deadly drugs, and another wreck. : even worse than 'Swifty,' begs the price j on the streets and squanders the same ! for more damnation." j WAY TO FIND THINGS. Not a day nasses that does not bring with it I some testimonial tr the usefulness of j The Republican's want column. On Monday afternoon Mr. Warring, re siding on North Second avenue', report ed to this office the loss by his wife of a lady's gold watch somewhere be tween the residence and Washington street. It was a valuable watch in it self, but was more highly prized by THE FIGHTING TR01BAE0LR. A New Novel by A. C GUNTER. Just Received Ly The Phoenix Stationery & News Co 10.12 XV. Washing 'on St. l!is. Warring as a gift from a relative. -Mr. Warring advertised for the return of the watch, describing it and offer- j ing a reward. Yesterday morning about 1U o'clock Thomas Buck, a plumber, employed by Percy Scovillc. : found a watch and Mr. Scoville found ; the advertisement in The Republican. The watch was left at this odice and . Mr. Warring gave the finder . FEDERAL COl'RT AT FLORENCE. , Assistant I'nited States Attorney i Thomas 1). Bennett returned yesterday morning from Florence, where he went to make arrangements for the opening ; of I'nited States district court on No- j vember 20. Twenty-one grand jurors ' ami seventy trial jurors were ordered. : There will be about thirty cases before the court, most of them from the San i Carlos reservation. Of these are thir- teen negro soldiers charged with as- i suult with intent to commit murder in ; a late assault committed upon a lot of Apache Indians near the post. It is re- ! ported that two or three of the Indians have late-ly died from beatings they re- ctived. Some of the negroes have : confessed their guilt, implicating the others. If it is true that the Indians ; have died the accusations may be ; changed to murder, in which case the j defendants if proved guilty are doomed to elongated necks or elongated sen- . tences, either covering the span of a man's life. There is no lesser degree ! of homicides than murder known with- ! in the jurisdiction of the I'nited States. It must be either acquittal, hanging or penitentiary for life. c McKelligon's where j'ou can get the finest hand-made sour mash, bourbon and and Pennsylvania rye whiskies. i o GO TO THE MASS MEETING AT THE COl'RT ' HOUSE TONIGHT AND HELP BOOST THE MUNICI PAL OWNERSHIP PROPOSITION. -o- THE RAY ROAD The Project Nearer of Accomplish ment 1 han Ever. W. A. Kimball. Harvey Harper. War ren Sirrine of Mesa, and C. M. Zander f The Republican, returned yesterday from a trip over the proposed route for a wagon road from Mesa to the Ray experienced in mountain road building.! Mr. Kimball had been over the route several times before: in f.ict. laid it out. ' and every times he goes over it t'le ' proposition appears more simpie and at ' the same time more vital 13 the inter- 1 ests of the Salt River valley. Mr. Har- j per and Mr. Sirrine were impressed with the prospect. They had expected; S,'I1? regular engineering feats to be j accomplished and that all for the pur- ;Se rf reaching a mining camp that; h:ul more wildcats in it than anything I else- Instead, they found a good, easy j rua1 a!1 the, way to the mine, with the exception of four miles over a low j range of mountains and a mining camp' promises, they believe, to become I jat least one of. if not the greatest, cop- , D"r camps in the territory, As a reu11 OI' the trilJ a meeting will be called in Mesa that will without doubt mean the construction of the oad before the 19th of Aug o u.st. ATTEND THE MASS MEETING AT THE COt'RT HOUSE TONIGHT AND 1 HELP THE MOVEMENT TO Pl'RI- ! FY THE CITY COUNCIL. j o 1 NOTICE. ! VI ; struc- I tion and demolition of the timber ' framework for two decorative arches j on Washington street. Drawings of the i same may be seen at room 312 Fleming j block, between 10 a. m. and 5 p. m. to- ! day, November 8. Bids may be pre- ; seined up to 9 a. m.. November 9. j JULIAN MILLARD, j Chairrpan Decoration Committee. ...WEDDING 77777777 A Large Assortment of Suitable Wedding Gifts in Sterling Silver and Cut Glass. C'lMl'IFTF Geo. B. , -p. i-paiiuiu '- iiAi.dt y Scientific Optician. EYtf ESAMUiD FREE. 4K GROCERIES 4K IT'S OUR AIM TO ALWAYS . . KEEP SOMETHING . . GOOD TO EATt OS xs 777777777!7'777777yf7777yyyy When your appetite is run down visitour store and you will always find something delicate and dainty to tempt you. 4 AH E S. WAKELIN SUCCESSORS TO WAKELIN & ROBINSON. Cheese. Headquarters. "If it's in the market, you'll find it at Buxton's." We have the largest as sortment in the city. Regular ship ments of the French cheese factory products, put up in packages, wrapped in tin-foil. NEUFCHATEL, GERMAN BREAKFAST SIERRA, CAMiViEfvlBERT, FROVfAGE DE BRIC. Genuine Eastern Apple Cider, Apple Butter and Mince Meat due to arrive this week.- The celebrated Redondo Carnations, Violets, Smilax, Centurias, etc., re ceived daily. Changed Hands The OCCIDENTAL, Opp. Adams Hotel. The most elegantly furnished room ing house in the city. Electric lights, baths and telephone. Renovated throughout. First-class In every re spect. Mrs. A. Harry George, Prop. Charles V. Williams, practical house cleaner, can be relied upon. 22 and 24 West Jefferson street. 0 ACRE RANCH I want to buy ten acres im proved or unimproved, near town. Let me know what you have to sell. E. PASCOB, 7 South First Avenue, A GOOD REASON Why our Prescription and Drug business is increas- 1 TTT ing every cay: we use only Pure Drugs don't ' substitute. Prices! Well, Just try us and see for yourself the difference. THOMAS' DRUG STORE. 20 E. WASHINGTON ST. PRESENTS... - 77777777 Cook, The Newest Things in Silver Ware. First Door West of Postoffice. si 1 MPs 3 GROCERY CO. 1 Vttsl iKixiwrs MARKET. r.r. ttS to $S to to to to to to to to to to to to SHOE PERFECTION. We have just added to our line of Men's Fine Shoes, the latest creations of the world's greatest men's shoe makers, They are conceded by all nations to be the most perfect shoes ever designed for the human foot. Call and see theiri. Wilson & Wooldmdge, to to to to Fleming Block, t e ' MATTERS OF RECORD. The following instruments reported by the Phoenix Title Guaranty and Ab stract company were filed in the office of the county recorder yesterday: H. W. Adams and wife to Rartlett Adams & Co., de-.l to undivided one fourth section "1, tp 3 n, r 2 e: consid eration. $4,000. j H. W. Bart.ett and wife to Bartlett, j Adams & Co., deed to undivided three- fourths section 32, tp 3 n, r 2 e; con- ; sideration. $12,000. 1 Grace E. Corstensen et al to Frances E. Dort. deed to ne4, sw',4. sec 13, tp ' 1 n, r 2 e: consideration, S73S.S1. James M. Yaple, administrator Eliza ! Yaple, to James M. Yaple, deed to se',i, j swVi, sec 13. tp 1 n, r 3 e, and lots 7 and S, block 22, Churchill addition; consid- eration, $300. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY, of locating strangers without charge. j Investors are cordially in- j vited to consult us regarding applications for safe securities 1 on improved ranch, or cily properties. Interest paid and remitted on the day it be comes due. Eusiness of non rcs'dents promptly attended to. VVEIRICK & LATHAM, Insurance and Investment Brokers, 32 North first avenue. JUST RECEIVED PLAID These are the leading high Novelty for the present season wraps. We are showing a very select assortment and at very moderate prices within the reach of all. $6.00, $6.50, $7.00, $7.50. The material alone is worth the price. Plaid in bright and talkative colors and some in sombre and quiet effects. Hardly two alike. Call soon while the assortment is complete. "E LKIRE LEADERS OF LOWEST PRICES S20,000 TO LOAN In Amounts to Suit. Reasonable Rales. W. J. MURPHY, O'Neill Block, Corner First Avenue and Adams Street. The Adams Shaving Parlor HOTEL ADAMS, PHOENIX. J. W BOLTON, Prop. F. P. POLK, Foreman. AN UP-TO-DATE SHOP . . . THREE EXPERT WORKMEN Onl Regular Trices Charged. Everything la oai i triar BDeroaiiT. AUG IBEN Employment Agent ALL KINDS OF HELP PROMPTLY Fl'KNISHED. Your orders folcited. Telephone 291. OFFICE Star Lodging House. -- ANOTHER BOTTLE OR TWO You will find our Wines the THE W. A. WATTS GO. O'Neill Building, Cor, Adams and First Avenue. Houses For Rent, J. Ernest Walker, NOTARY PUBLIC. 26 S. GOLF CAPES Hoojvi mouiiDiHG Put Up Room Moulding to Preserve Your Walls, die Have It in fill Shades to JVIatch Youf Paper. THE LARGEST STOCK, BEST GOODS and LOWEST PRICES. Send for Samples. Wholesale and Retail. 1 Telephone 209. It Ford Hotel Block. Phoenix, Arizona. "-"'-ij ' ij Of our pure Sherry or Port Wine will certainly put you in good condition. It is all very well to eat nour ishing food. You need Nourishing Drink Afso; something that makes flesh and blood. purest and best. to Loan, Bargains in and Country Real Estate. REAL ESTATE, LOANS and INSURANCE. Second Ave.. Hibbard Bid's;. m ft. m m m i i2O5-207 E. WASHINGTON ST. Cobweby Eyesight. Is the result of overstrained muscles and nerves. Very few people think of their eyes until they begin to cause trouble. Just a little care may save you no end of worry. Too great stress cannot le laid, on the importance of having the eyes attended to when they are first affected. Have a reliable op tician examine your eyes and fit them carefully to glasses, if they are needed. Charges moderate. Examination free. .RPrgjf (DrQsS 0 9 Mi M I 1 MS B 13 SKOENIX