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THE ARIZONA EKPUBMOAK: WEDNESDAY XMOKNINO, NOTEMJUCR 15, 1S99.
Je NEAREST DRUG STORElflEWS 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. T J. p. JUDSOff Prescription Pharmacy. 28 e. wasbtnaton 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. rr. rsattin has movpd his office to Dr. Woodruff's building. 42 S. Second Ave. K. A. Spaulding sells real estate, lice No. 41 West Adams street. Of- Oysters. Game and Poultry at TT.e New Plar-eJl WILLIAMS & HAFFXER. List your property with K. A. Spaul ding, office No. 41, West Adams street. ARIZONA VIOLETS. Extra fine, strong plants now -eady. Will bloom this winter if planted soon. GATES FOWLER. Strictly high grade "The New Place." At and Theo. 9 and 11 West Washington street. For excellent meals at reasonalKe prices go to Coffee Al's restaurant. Kverything in season. Short orders a specialty. Fresh oysters at the Grotto, tar prices. Popu- Dr. R. E. Holbrook, postoffiee. dentist, over the If your appetite needs to be stimu lated go to Tribolet's meat market. In the big cooling rooms are chops and Eteaks and roasts and "boiling pieces." fresh and tempting. Try a broiled tenderloin steak Coffee Al's. Everything first-class. at FOR OVER FIFTY TEARS. 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. WE SHOULD PROFIT BY EXPERIENCE. Do you remember the past years how you have put off buying your heater until you woke up one morning dread ing to crawl out of bed because it was so cold and your legs shook so you could scarcely get your pants on, and when you ate breakfast you spilled the coffee because your arm shook like an aspen leaf and your wife made it all the colder with the look she gave you, and all this because you put off get ting your heating stove until you just had to have it, and then when you got down town there were a hundred other people Just like you, all wanting a heater up in fifteen minutes? Now you know this is Just the experience of hundreds of people every fall. Now don't you think the wise thing for you to do would be to come around to our store during this week and pick out a stove and have it set up in shape for the first cold snap. We have a fine line of Chicago hot blast air-tight heaters. Also the finest wood heater in the country, the Whatcheer air circulating heater. Davidson's Cash Bargain Store, Four doors east of Postoffiee. Best Plaee to Trade in I :lzoia. OF THE 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. n.'irom. pressure 2'.'M Teni. dry bulb .",:; Ttm. wet bulb A Tom. maximum 7S Tern, minimum "2 Relative humidity Sfi Wind, direction XE Wind, velocity 1 Precipitation 0 State of weather Clear -'!'.S1 51 1J K 4 0 Cloudy A HEAVY RAIN. Phoenix was vi:--itid by a Fand storm last evening which about midnight turned into a steady downpour of rain whic h still continued at time of going to press. FINED FOR ASSAULT. A stranger who called himself John Doe was fined 5.a0 in Justice Johnstone s court yes terday for an assault on William Melnich. APPKOACHING DEATH. Mr. A. Luke, who has been ill of Blight's disease for a long time.' was believed yesterday to be nearir.g his end and it was thought that he would hardly sur vive twenty-four hours. Tin.' i:rrirn-K civil. Mr Frank P. Lee has been appointed super- ; a intendent of the Buckeye Canal com pany under the organization. Mr. Lee is a successful ranch owner under the canal and his appointment is satisfac tory to all who are interested in the waterway. JI'STICE GRAYS CONDITION. Justice G. D. Gray, whose illness had been regarded as extremely dangerous, was much better yesterdas'. His phy sician said that if the improvement continues for the next forty-eight hours the patient miijht be considered out of danger. HONEST JIM FINLEY. Hon James Finley is said to be dangerously ill at his Tucson residence. Mr. Finley ; is one of Arizona's early pioneers, has ' been very successful as a miner and cattleman and has several times ably ' represented Pima county in the terri- j torial legislature. j THE STAR SHOWER. The astro- ! nomical fakirs who jiredicted a star ' shower last night took no chances, but i billed the display for one of the very few Arizona nights in the year on which the heavens are obscured by clouds. There may have been sue h a phenomenon as was announced, but there probably was not. Still nobody can prove that the stars did not fall. PHOENIX GOLF LINKS. Work has been started on the g'.( links of the Phoenix Golf club, and will be pushed right alons to completion at once. More members are added each day. The charttr membership closes December 1, but it is now contemplated to close the list when 100 members are reached, which will probably be this week, after which the initiation fee will be SPI in stead of as at present. A full meet ing of the club will be held this after noon at 4::50 at the board of trade rooms to adopt constitution and by-laws, and transact whatever business comes be fore the club. A full attendance of members and those interested is de sired. DISTRICT COURT. Another peti tion was filed in district court yester day to bring in University addition, the only one of the Uitlandtr districts still obstructing the growth of the city. There was a technical defect in the former proceedings which it was feared might be fatal. The whole of yester day was taken up in court by the trial of the case of Ward vs. Hardenburg and M. H. Sherman over a cattle ranch several years ago. Franc isco Romero, who pleaded guiity in United States district court the day before to seliing liquor to an Indian, was sentenced to one year at Yuma and to pay a fine of !00. HELD TO THE GRAND JVJIY. 1 John Bowen and Joseph Clark, the I 1 strangers caught on Monday night burglarizing the residence of C. A. Coie near the water works, were given a ' nrel im inn rv r-vaminuiiim in luctina I Johnstone's court yesterday and were held to the ;?rand jury in the sum of $100 each. They had no defense to offer. Bowen has been identified as a man whose appearance in town was simultaneous with that of the show just a week ago. He left a roll of blankets under a platform at the Arc tic Ice works and they are there yet. He will have no use for them before next April, and if he goes to Yurna, as he probably will, he will not need them then. GREW LIKE A GOURD. With the aid of telegraph editors, typesetting machines and proof readers, the Navajo trouble reached gigantic and alarming proportions yesterday. A correspond ent at Canyon Diablo sent word on Monday that he saw fifteen braves crossing the canyon that morning go ing toward the scene of the late trou ble. The Indians appeared in print yesterday morning as l,50y. Later this numBer was increased to 15,000. The i public may now feel assurance that the worst has been reached. There can be no other multiple of fifteen by ten without borrowing Navajos to put on the reservation. All reports from the north yesterday indicated that every thing was cjuiet among the Indians and that there was no apprehension of trouble. If you want something niee in Stationery, call and see a fine line of ' Hurd's Papers and Paperteries JUST RECEIVED 5Y The Phoenix Stationery & Nesrs Co 10-12 V. Washing 'on St. REWARD FOR PAPER THIEVES. Numerous complaints are made to thin ciltii p by subscribers of The Re publican that they are unable to pet thvir papers. They suspect that t"e papers :ire stolen by people who are too stingy to pay for them. This unlio:; demand for The U pnl!ii an is an evi dence of its appreciation by the mass, s wMeh is certainly Kiatil'yin to the pro prietor, even though it is not remunera tive. Slill the subscribers must be pro tected. Therefore a reward of ?!' is off, red and will be paid with the grc-at--si eheerf ulness to any person who will furnish information leading to th conviction of any one of stealing a opy .f The Republican from a subscriber's premises. It is suspected that some of ttv-se thieves r.re boys who stt al ii.e pa pers to sell them. KI'XEIIA L POSTPONED. The funeral of W. Yi Hill, which had been s-t for this afternoon at 2 o'clock, has been postponed uiuil tomorrow at an hour not yet decided up; n. LAST NIGHTS MINSTRELS. - Kiehards & Pringle's Georgia minstrel gave a doiiurht f u! entertainment last nc-dit at the Patton Grand. This is erne of the best minstrel troupes on the ...... .1 l,c 1.,...;.,..... , i.-.i'j. 11.-1 iu."iiim? cjtuin) iie alio j jts performers are all artists. Its Ala- J banian quartette is especially gr'd and all its s-Ief-tions were applauded to the echo by the large audience. La She. the sensational slack wire artist, has a world wide reputation which he sustained last night in a wonderful way. The acrobatic performance which wound up the entertainment -was full of surprises. In all respects the pro- j fcramnie was enjoyable. had its fill of pure fun. md the house There will be natinee performance this afternoon popular pi ices. o- McKclligon's where you can get the ; finest hand-made sour mr.sh, bwuibon 2nd and Pennsylvania rye tvhiskies. KILLING GJr DIIK -BENNETT i The Silver Says He DitSn'f Knew j Vt'.'idi He Was Dvlirg. ; I I Tip killing of Richard Bennett "t i P' escoU on Monday ma lit, r." which The Republican yesterday contained an announcement, was confirmed i'i a telegram early in the morning to E. J. Bennitt, the dead man's brother-in-law. There had been little ilopl.t of th" i truth of the report, for the hn'orma- : tion had come lmm J. IT. Robins, m of tho clerk of the board ruperviso-.s. The only hope that there- might Ik- a mistake rested cm the circumstance that the news reached Phoenix in n indirect way. Mr. Ber.r.itt and Ihe dead man's brother. Assistant i'niud States Attorney Thomas D. I:, r.rit tt lelt for Prescott yesterday morning-. Al! the circumstances of th" 15 1 1 iT have not yet been learned her.-. T.vo or three contradictory slori- s have been ro-eived. The kiUiir- took place at Hugh Mulvenan's saloon al out half p.i"t eleven o'c loc k. The slayer was a man named Charles or Tom Walks r. a miner who had lately arrived at 1'ivs colt from Randsburg. t'al. According to one stury. th" r:i;rl-r was unprovoked, there had her-a no quarrel and th men were s rangers. They were talking to each other when Walker drew a !eo!ver and iired. Th ? shot passed through Bennett's throat fracturing the spinal column. Ben nett fell to the Uoor and Walker fir.-d three more shots, two of them taking effect. According to another story, th -men hal been iniarrc-iinj? and Walker had been knnik.il down. A gentleman, who cime do,1, n from Prescott last nicrl-.t srii 1 th hilling v as without provocation and that Walker was drunk. Since his arrest he said li had no grudge against Bennett and did not know what he v. as doing when i.o shot, him. Walkers preliminary ex amination took place yesterday even ing before Justice Moore of Prescott. The prisoner was defended by Attorney Collins. I P.eeeivinp at X. Port"r's Saddle and J Harness Co.. 142 Kast Washington, ' i collars, collar pads, hardware, whips,' etc.. direct from factory. ; WATCHES " THE LATEST tf g29$Bs We have the Latest and Most Complete Assortment of Sterling Silver Novelties in the Territory. THE NEW BRACELETS (D.'.'pi.Kf:-: ; Optical Department s' IX CIIAKUE OK TOILET eo. Scientific Optician Eyes Examined free LEADING ARfZONft JEWELER Kirs! Doer West of Post Office ROCERIES IT'S OUxR AIM TO ALWAYS . . KEEP SOMETHING . . GOOD TO EAT ISSN i N i'-fS & When your appetite is run down visit "our store and you. will always find something delicate and dainty tc tempt you. E. S. WAKELIN GROCERY CO. SUCCESSORS TO WAfiELIN ROBINSON. 4 XAIA L 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, ' CAM EM BEET, FR0.Y1AGE DE BRIE. Genuine Eastern Apple Cider, Apple Butter and Mince Meat due to arrive ; this wet-U. The celebrated Rc-dondo Carnations, Violets, Smilax, Centurias, 'etc., re ceived daily. "THERE ARE OTHERS" I'ltt none to compare with The OCCIDENTAL for nj. e rooms and accommodations I rince MRS. A. HARRY GEORGE has j i alien possession. Right opposite HOTEL ADAMS. Elec tric Lights, Por celain Bath aii Telephone. R Pointer Go down to Thomas' Drug Store when you want fin-: Perfume?, or new Comb or Brush. Lots of new eoocs1 juit icceived, and the prices! are so REASONABLE vcu ! would be surprised. THOMAS' BROfi STORE. 240 E. WASHING TUN ST. 0 ACRE RAHGi I want to buy ten acres im proved or unimproved, near town. Let me know what you have to sell. E. E. PASCOE, 7 South First Avenue, ARTICLES SILVER TRINKETS Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty n. to MM 4 -c MARKET. ' 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, JOHNSTON & iviURPHV. They are conceded by all nations to be the most perfect shoes ever designed for the human io6t ; Call and see them. Wilson & Wooldridge, m as us (is tVS i to Fleming Block, MINSTREL MATINEE. The Georgias packed the Patton Grand last night and gave such goml satisfaction that they have decided to give one more performance in Phoenix, a matinee this afternoon at popular prices. 25 and ',') cnts. to any part of the house. Now is the chance to see the best minstrel company on the road at popular pri-ts. Show begins at 2:30. Watch the parade at noon, hear the concert at 2 p. m. and see the big show at 2:30. $25 BUSINESS COURSE. Three months, at Lamson Business ullege. Phoenix, Arizona, if you begin this month. Eleventh year. E. M. LAMSON, Pr :-.eipal. A BARGAIN. EIGHTY-ACRE RANCH, unimproved, with water right, one mile from Alhambra. I WEIRICK & LATHAM, AGENTS. 32 North First avenue. Zz'rtz, Loaas and Insurance. Sj' Wc make a specialty of locating i strangers free of charge. JUST RECEIVED Those are ' lie 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. ' liE ALKtRE Qfi. LEADERS OP LOWEST PRICES 20,000 TO LOAN In Amounts to Suit. Reasonable Rales. VV. J. MURPHY, 0'NeIU Block, Corner First Avenue and A Jams Street. The Adams Shaving Parlor HOTEL ADAMS, PHOtMX. J. W BOLTON. Prop. F. P. POI.K, Foreman AN UP-TO-DATE SHOP . . . THREE EXPERT WORKMEN 0d1 Regular I rices Charged. Everything ia oul i a nor a bpociaitr. AUG I BEN Employment Agent ALL- KINDS OF IIKI.P PROMPTLY Kl'llNiSJlED. Yourorilcrs tolcited. Tclr.hone 'jyi. OFFICE-Star Lode In a House. ' wwvv;vvyvw(irtiVAvvvvvvvvvvvvvwvvvvwv We can supply you fcy the DEMIJOHN OR BOTTLE XV - -'I s ml O'Neill Building. Cor, Houses For Rent, . Ernest Walker, NOTARY PUBLIC. 26 S. IB Si A SB . K GOLF CAPES Hoojvi moUhDipiG Put Up Room Moulding to Preserve Your Walls. UXe Have It in All Shades to Mateh Your Paper. THE LARGEST STOCK, BEST GOODS ani ) LOWEST PRICES. Send for Sample's. "Wholesale and Retail. iDPlioenix, Arizona. the choicest wines, liquors, etc Nothing better for emer gencies thau a bottie of our Diamond Crown Bourbon or Rye, and our ure Rock Candy and Rye is unequaled for Cough and Cold. Adams and Fiist Aveotie cZ to Loan, Bargains in City and Country Real Estate. REAL ESTATE, LOANS and INSURANCE. Second Ave.. Hibbard BId'g. 205-207 E. WASHINGTON ST. One fmwn a ilay when she is in her teiiis will wrinkle ii siit'.'s furoheau like a c-niw's !y the time he is twenty. rhyvi,al liefi-ets cause more frowns than ill t 'lnper. Kiieiially is this fh f eye th feels. Tiie constant exertion of the cy,- ami faeial museles. in an ef fort to Kiai:i normal visual aeuteness. or to i rot. i t th" aiiips ey.s from sun or wiml. is the imtnotliate t ause. This is whore our ji'asses very often improve the appearance. :iml ln-tter still remove much nerve anil musi le strain, that if allowetl to pro un'-orrecleO. niiKht cause irreiii'al'ie harm. 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