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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: TIITJIiSUA Y MOItNTNO, 2TOVEM.? ?T? 9. 1899.
5 The nearest drug store' la 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 Wo make a Specialty of Aeeufate Prescription Work and never substitute. Telephone Orders Filled Promptly. THS J. p. JlUDSOjf Prescription Pharmacy. 26 e. Waslttngtoa St. Cards of thanks, notices pertaining to organizations and societies, church fairs or socials, will not be printed in the ltepublican except when paid for. LOCAL 6RCVITICS. 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, Game and Poultry at The New Place. WILLIAMS & HAFFNER. List your property with E. A. Spaul ding, office No. 41, West Adams street. ARIZONA VIOLETS. Extra fine, strong plants now -eady. Will bloom this winter if plant- d soon. GATES FOWLER. Strictly high grade "The New riace." 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 Tribolet's meat market. In the big cooling rooms are chops and f leaks and roasts and "boiling pieces." fresh and tempting. Try a broiled tenderloin steak at Coffee Al's. Everything first-class. FOR OVER FIFTY TEARS. Mrs, Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething. It poothes 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 ZZQ 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 east of the postoffice. Lots of goods out front, such as hardware, baskets, china, glassware, guns, etc. Davidson's Cash Bargain Store, Best Place to Trade in A.izoja. -mm fiE ws OF THH TOWfi PHOENIX WEATHER. The following weather conditions pre vailing in Thoenix yesterday were re ported by the United States weather bureau: 5:30 a. m. 5:30 p. m. Barom. pressure 30.03 29.92 Teni. dry bulb 50 73 Tem. wet bulb 41 57 Tern, maximum 76 82 Tem. minimum 49 50 Rel. humidity 44 30 Wind, direction E NV Wind, velocity 3 2 Precipitation 0 0 State of weather ..Clear. Ft. Cloudv. SPECIAL STOCK TIIAIX. A spec ial stock train of several cars will be shipped south some time today over the M. & P. railroad. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION. Articles of incorporation of the i Bullion Mountain Gold Mining and Milling company were filed yesterday j with the county recorder. Thomas H. Noxon and others are the incorporators j and the capital stock Is $1.7,".0,00. OFFICIAL CARNIVAL PHO- ! GRAMME,," The carnival committee yesterday awarded to The Republican the contract for printing the oflicial carnival programme. A representative of the paper will in due time call upon the business men of the city and at tend to their necessities in connection with its publication. TEN DAYS FOR ASSAULT. To maso Taliamente was sentenced in Jus tice Johnstone's court yesterday to ten days in the county jail for an assault on Santos Quljada. This event oc curred the night before at the corner of First and Monroe streets. Miguel, an Indian, was held to the federal grand jury for sell ng liquor to Ho Swan, another Indian. FIRST BENEFICIARY. The first beneficiary to receive payment on death certificate In the Arizona and New Mexico jurisdiction of the A. O. U. W. recently organized, will be Mrs. John T. Shull of Prescott, whose hus band died a few weeks ago as the re sult of an accident several months previous. A warrant for $2,000 was sent last night by Grand Recorder F. W. Sheridan, payable to her order. A TEMPE BALL. Quite a number of the members of Phoenix lodge No. 2 and Arizona Rebekah lodge No. 1, I. O. O. F., are preparing to attend a grand bail to be given in Tempe on the night of November 17 by the Rebekah lodge of that city. Invitations are not confined to members of the order and it is believed there will also be a good attendance of Phoenix young people who enjoy dancing. NON-SECTARIAN HOSPITAL. Another meeting will be held tonight at 7:30 o'clock in the court house, of those interested in the project of found ing a non-sectarian hospital in or near this city. The meeting will be public arid a large attendance is desired. Rep resentatives of every church, secret society or other social organization in the city are invited to be present and lend their influence, their judgment and their efforts toward making the prospective enterprise a success. A NOTABLE JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. In a recent issue The Re publican in recounting the exploits of Deputy Marshal Grindell stated that Justice Hunter of SafTord issued the warrant for his arrest. A Graham county paper calls attention to the fac t that it' was not Justice Hunter, but Jusice Phil Merrill of Pima who issued the warrant. The collec tion is cheer fully made, for the only justice of the peace in the world who outranks fed eral authority is entitled to all the dig nity of his office. WOULDN'T BE HELD UP. A hold-up occurred on North Fourth av enue on Tuesday night. A citizen on his way home was slopped by a short, thick man having a slouch haf. a fierce breath and a revolver. This combina tion demanded money c.f the citizen, who had been to the sh :w. and of course had no money left. There was no reason for stopping, since he was not prepared to accommodate the hold up, so he rushed by. The footpad fol lowed. Run in hand, demanding a hear ing, but the citizen strolled on. NOT BEN M. CRAWFORD. Though deploring the accidental shooting of the man named Crawford a few weeks ago. in Silver City, N. M., the many friends of Ben M. Crawford will be pleased to learn that he was not the unfortunate victim as at first reported. The So'. omonville Bulletin says the wounded man was a Grant county, N. M., cattle man, and that Ben M. Crawford is still in Clifton, hale and hearty and, it is presumed, getting rich out of his big mining enterprises. HELD UP. When a Volored man comes to this town he is given a few, weeks to look around and see how he likes it. If he concludes to stay he is subjected to an initiatory ceremony by the members of his own race, which always results in making him a goon citizen or scaring him up in a manner that induces a hasty emigration. Some weeks ago a man by the name of George Coombs reported here direct from Los Angeles and began to fill his colored friends up with stories of his bravery. He was initiated last night. He is still here, but his early departure is not unexpected. He has been hold THE FIGHTING TRCIBAUCIR. A New Novel by A. C GUNTER. Just Received by The Phoenix Stationery & News Co 10.12 W. Washington St. ing down a job as porter in a local barber shop and last night one of the barbers in whom Coombs had implicit confidence told the boy he intended to forsake the razor and buy out a sa loon near the park. He also told him the deal was about made and if he would like to walk out and take a look at the surroundings perhaps he would give him employment there. He agreed and they started. Nearing the west end of the park the barber remarked that he disliked strobing through the brush there without a gun. as they might be held up. "I'm not afeared," said Coombs: "jus" fore I come down here two men tried to hold me up an' both of 'em had guns. I jus' lambasted one in the jaw. then put the other to sleep." About that time a man rose up from the weeds, giving the com mand to "Throw up your hands." The barber made .1 move to depart and give Mr. Coombs a chance to do buslnes: His judgment got the better part of his valor, however, and he tied fled precipitately. A vollev front three six shooters followed hini. lie burnt the earth. The road to the city looked like the trail of a meteor. He proved to be a sprinter of rare ability. His friend, the barber, boarded a passing electric car and when he got to Center street Coombs was standing on the cornel anxiously awaiting his arrival. TOOK A HEADER. Councilman Sanders was driving his one-horse de livery wagon on Center street near Goidman's coiner, circus night, when the right front wheel slid off the axle and the gentleman from the Fourth ward performed an acrobatic turn that laid the circus gymnasts in the shade, especially as the event was without warning and no opportunity was given him to put on his tights. But a coun cilman in this town has to be a good acrobat to hold his Job, and Mr. San ders came up smiling. An investiga tion showed that the burr on the axle had been lost, so he unhitched his horse and walked home. TUCSON BASE BALL TEAM COM ING. The Tucson base ball team will arrive in Phoenix Friday morning and will play a series of three games with the home team. The first game will be played on Friday afternoon at the park. It is reported that the Tucson team has been strengthened with several outside players and is determined to take home the championship, but the Phoe nix boys are practicing hard and v.iH make things interesting for them from start to finish. This series promises to be the best seen here this season, as considerable rivalry exists between the two cities. McKelligon's where you can get the finest iiand-made sour mash, bourbon and and Pennsylvania rye n-hiskits. PERSONAL MENTION. W. L. Strickland of Buckeye is at the Commercial. Mrs. Chauncey D. Clarke of lY-oiij is at the Hotel Adams. Mrs. Mont P. Chubb left for Los An geles on Tuesday niarht's train. Dwight B. Heard, wife and maid '. Buena ranch, are at the Hotel Adair.:,. J. S. Douglas of Prescott arrived yes terday and is registered at the Hotel Adams. O. E. Walker of Prescott came down lust night and is a guest of the Com mercial. Miss Jessie Walker of Kansas City arrived yesterday and is a guest of the Commercial. R. E. Maher of Medina. N. Y.. was among yesterday's arrivals. He ia a guest of the Hotel Adams. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Shea of Medina. New York, are in the city, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Randolph. C. M. Miller and wife of Chicago wt-iv among the tourists arriving last nitr'.i:. They are at the Hotel Adams. J. F. Gale and wife of Siockf n ar rived in the city yesterday morning and are guests of thi Hotel Adams. John R. Randolph. M. D.. and family were among the tourists arriving la:-t right. They are registered at the Ho tel Adams. Among the guests registering a: the Commercial yesterday were: Mrs. Aiidie Perkins. Mrs. M. J. Aderson. 1'- watches "THE LATEST tr ??!955 We have the Latest and Most Complete Assortment of Sterling Silver Novelties in the Territory. ' THE NEW ERACELET3 TOILET ieo. COMPLETE ; Optical Department ; IS CHARGE F ; Scientific Optician LEDING Eyes Examined free First Door west GROCERIES IT'S OUR AIM TO ALWAYS . . KEEP SOMETHING . . GOOD TO EAT When your appetite is run down visit 'our store and you will always find something delicate and dainty tc tempt you. 4 MS 1S 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. NEUFCriATEL, GERMAN BREAKFAST SIERRA, CAMMEMBERT, FR0.V1AGE DE BRIC. vieiiuilie faciei u -fii'inc iuci, jiifjjic: Butter and Mince Meat due to arrive ' .: lr-a..i a.,,.1.. j this week. The celebrated Redondo Carnations, Violets, Smilax, Centurias, etc., re ceived daily. Changed Hands Jfi The OCCIDENTAL, Opp. Adams Hotel. The most elegantly furnished room ing house in the city. Electric lights, I baths and telephone. Renovatd i throughout. First-class in every re spect. Mrs. A. Harry George, Prop. M. Evans and R. D. French of Los Angelc-s; G. Herbert Smith, Jacob Schwab and F. W. Tyle, San Fran cisco; W. C. Pratt. New York: M. Eilingstm, Tempe, and C. E. Goddard. Tucson. Mrs. R. Rothermel and Mrs. A. Im hoff of Jerome were incoming passeng ers last night. They are registered - the Commercial. L. J. Schmitz and wife of Chicago wore amog the incoming passengers on last night's train. They are guests of the Hotel Adams. J. Iv. Robinson, Chris. ainburg. Va M. F. Wilson, Cleveland and Wallac; Goodc-11 of New York were amorig yes terday's arrivals. They are at the Ford hotel. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Craft and M. K Craft of Bergen Point, N. J.. form a party of winter visitors which arrival on last night's train. They are guests of the Hotel Adams. Dr. J. C. Norton, territorial veteri narian, was called to Arizola last even ing on short notice, on business con nected with his office. He will prob ably return today some time, on a. rpecial slock train. Among the guests registering at the Hotel Adams yesterday were: A. W. Ballard and R. D. Holahird. Sun Fran cist o: M. T. Heavey and C. W. Weiss -man. New York: J. H. Lanagan. Kan sas City: Joseph R. V.'halen and J. T .Murray. St. Louis; A. Tashforth. Phil adelphia: E. Clark, Albuquerque: W. A. Moore. M. L. Killian and J. T. Rurn ney, Chicago. o STAND IN THEIR OWN LIGHT. , To the Editor of The Republican. Pir: ' The writer notices the list of property ! holders signing the petition against ) irunicinal ownership of water works and ne.v sewerage, among whom hold- ARTICLES SILVER TRINKETS H. Cook FlC i Wf-t, T?. JEWELER j Wath Kepaxrin of Post offi ; Specialty 3i GROCERY CO, V0 SMTON'S MARKET. liJUST A s-.-S ' yS : ij i! Have yoa bought your Winter Shoes? WE HAVE THE STOCK THE LATEST STYLES. THE BEST VALUES. THE LOWEST PRICES. m m $ it? m EL A.. IDiei-it-, Shoe Co, ir.g large additions to the city are F. I.. Brill. M. E. Collins (Cen'l) and John R. Montgomery, etc. In the case of the latter (John B. Montgomery) the vote is quite consistent with sellishness. a he (Montgomery) has the only sanitary sewered addition in or near the city; but in the case of Collins. Brill and Guy Bennett, one is at a loss to under stand their act fro:.; the very fact that hundreds of inte..igent eastern buyers will not invest in lots that require local cesspools innumerable as the only means of sewerage. Gentlemen, you have depreciated your own property. Kindly notice this last sentence. Respectfully. KOI1Y. Phoenix, November S. o FREE SOCIAL. At the Christian church T'.arsday evening, November S. Eve; ; . jdy in vited. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of locating strangers without charge. Investors are cordially" in vited to consult us regarding applications for safe securities on improved ranch, or city properties. Interest paid and remitted on the day it be-cor.-.-i due. Business of non residents promptly attended to. WEIRICK & LATHAM, insurance and Investment Brokers, 32 North Pirst avenue. A GOOD REASON! Why our Prescription and Dru business is increas ing every day: 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. ACRE RAKCtt I want to buy ten acres im proved or unimproved, near i town. Let me know what you have to sell. E. E. pascoe 7 South First Avenue, SfCOOO TO LOAN In Amounts to Suit. Reasonable Rales. W. J. MURPHY, O'NeiSI Eiock, i . Corner First Avenue and Adams Street. The Adams Shaving Parlor HOTEL RDAMS, PHOENIX. J. W BOLTON, Prop. F. P. POLK, Foreman j AN UP-TO-DATE SHOP . . . THREE EXPERT WORKMEN Od1 Regular Friecs Charged. Everything 1-j oui I'arior a bneciauv. AUG IBEN Employment Agent ALL KINDS OK HELP PROMPTLY FURNISHED. Your orders eolcited. , Telephone "Jill. OFFICE-Star Lodging House. MOMENT.-. Call and we can convince you. ANOTHER BOTTLE OR TWOJ You will find our Wines the O'Neill Building, Cor. T-LmCC Tnf T??nf 1 IUU5Ci 1 Ur IVCin, j. Ernest Walker, NOTARY PUBLIC. 26 S. Ti i a watts nn -TVVO BARGAINS, 200 Acres all in Alfalfa, under Maricopa Canal. GOOD Im- provements. Five miles from iPnoenia. $3000 Dollars. DVIGHT B. HEARD, Loans and " OLD GLORY. KDWijf .T. tiIJ,IIXlS JSc CO'S New York High Grade Hoasted Coffees. The Finest on Kartli. "JAV-MAR-MO." "CORONATION BLEND." J. LU. Dorris, Sole Agent. Ilhe BARKLEY COMMERCIAL CO. JoiberS f Green and ! ! Mail Orders Solicited Lowest Market' Price . Hoop mouDiriG Put Up Roon Moulding to Preserve Your Walls. LCle Have It in nil Shades to JVTateh Your Paper. THE LARGEST STOCK, BEST GOODS and LOWEST PRICES. Scni (or Sarrpks. "Wholesale and Retail. ! j J I Telephone 209. Ford Hotel Block. s-s as m KM m - m j Ytwsx?. nwTo.? :-ftv-rg7 Of our pure Sherr or Port Wine will certainly put you in good condition. It is all very well to eat nour ishing food. You need Nourishing Drink ATso; something that makes flesh and blood. purest and best. iJ t la V 1 Adams and First Avenue. MonT to Loan Bargaics in City and Country Real Estate. City and Country REAL ESTATE, LOANS and INSURANCE. Second Ave., Hibbard Bid's. 80 Acres under Maricopa Canal, with Water. Five miles from Phoenix. $2800 Dollars. Reil Estate, 301-302 FlemiogBlock SOVEREIGN." Dried Fruits, Vegetables, Produce, Confectionery, Tobaccos, etc., etc. and will be Filled Promptly at 205-207 E.WASHINGTON ST. Cobwcby Eyesight. Is the result of overstrained musrles and nerves. Very few people think of their e"ycs until they brgin to cause trouble. Just a little care may save you no end of worry. Too great stress cannot be laid on the importance of havins the eyes attended to when they are first affected. Have a reliable op tician examine your eyes and tit them carefully to glasses, if they are needed. Charges moderate. Kxuinination free. O Orvtt PHOENIX