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TTIfl ABIZONA EErUBT.ICAN; 'TnTJESDAT MOnKIXO, NOVEMBER 23, lESff.
GUNS FOR BENT both Hammer and Hammerless. Game is Plentiful and we have just re ceived a large and fresh Consignment of Ammunition AT Ezra W.Thayer's 124 and 126 East Washington Street, 127 to 133 East Adams Strict. THE NEWS OF TUCSON Tucson, Ariz., Nov. 21. (Special Cor respondence of The Republican.) But little interest is manifested in the coming municipal election, which oc curs on December 11. Four councilmen are to be elected, but as a salary of only J10 a month is attached to the of fice there are not many aspirants for the positions. An effort is being made to draw party lines and have regular democratic and republican nominees in the field, but the probabilities are that the candidates will be regarded more for fitness for the office rather than as good party men. Registration for the municipal election closed last night, at which time only two new voters had registered. The prosperity enjoyed by Tucson during the past year has caused some activity in the real estate market. The Tucson Real Estate 'association is a . ecem .... u. po. il.o.. lot improving one ot the choice resident portions of the 'city. The Citizens' Building and Loan as sociation has elected officers as fol lows: John M. Ormsby. president: Fred Fleishman, vice-president: Gus A. Hoff. secretary, and L. M. Jacobs, treasurer. Albert Drachman, who has been in Globe for several months, has returned to Tucson. J. P. Ferguson, for some time with Martin's drug store of this city, but more recently manager of the Bisbee Drug company, has returned to Tucson, having accepted a position with the Arcadian pharmacy. Norton Chase, the well known at torney of New York, was in the city this week. Pierre Charolcau has returned from the Klondyke, where h" has been the past eighteen months. While there he located three claims near Rampart and did a grot deal of development work on them. They are making a good showing and Mr. Charoleau says that he will return to them next April. He tells quite a different story from that generally told by returning prospect ors. He says that he suffered little from the roid and claims that in the summer the climata is delightful. C. J. Flower, formerly of Peoria, III., has purchased the Arcadian pharmacy and will become a permanent resident of the city. Miss Kmma Johnson and Miss Ber nice Cheyney are the leaders in the contest for maid of honor to represent Pima county at the carnival. The voting is close, there being only seven votes difference at the present writing between the leaders. The Cnited States land court begins its session tomorrow morning. Nancy B. Jones made a homestead entry at the land office today on land in Gila county. Reports from the Ajo country report great activity in mining matters and many ric h claims are being developed. C. W. Wright secured a judgment to day in the district court for $1,450 and interest from January 1. 1SSS, at the rate of 7 per cent, against Stilson Hutchins, proprietor of the Washing ton. D. C, Times. Work at the Ray mines is being pushed, some 500 or 600 men being em ployed in developing and improving the property. A railroad is being built from the mine to the smelter, a dis tance of live miles. A traction engine is being used to haul coke and supplies WE ARE SHOWING A SWELL LINE OF Coif ?aps IP YOU WANT THE Qorreet JtyyQ DON'T FAIL TO SEE OUR LINE GREENETfilllfTER ricrnloa' Block, from Red Rock, on the Southern Pa cific, to the mines. The use of this en gine demonstrates the entire practi cability of using traction engines for hauling in Arizona. This one easily hauls sixty tons, the capacity of three wagons attached to the engine, over a rough road, at an average speed of four miles per hour. The Tucson foot ball team and the university eleven played a tie game yesterday. The university boys have a strong team and hope to win the game on Thanksgiving day with the normal school eleven. 0 LOCAL BREVITIES. DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAH. There will be a special meeting of Arizona lodge No. 1, D. of R., at the lodge room Saturday evening, Novem ber 23, at 7:."0 o'clock. Matters of im portance will be discussed. By order of MRS. A. J. BRADLEY, Noble Grand. LADIES' AID SOCIETY. The Ladies' Aid society of the bap tist church will give a tea in the church parlors on Thursday from 2 until 5 o'clock. All are cordially in vited. MRS. L. G. Tl'TTLE. President. MRSi L. G. PORTER, Secretary. NOVEMBER 24 AND 25. On the above dates an elegant dis play of Fall and Winter Suitings will be made at The McDougall-Gage Co.'s store. Come and see the latest styles shown in the large cities. An expert cutter from Chicago will tell you all about the eoods. stvles. etc. The nrices ,. from J15 to ?30 Mrs. I. N. Bell and Mrs. Sisty. ex perienced dressmakers, are located in the Winters building on West Adams street, adjoining the Capitol Harness shop. Lunch counter and dining room and private rooms for parties. The New Place. WILLIAMS & HAFFNER. Louis Mclczcr has received a carload 1 1 f A 1 Dn.tn. i , 1 t i i r , i ji aim j-ikjuiu xjicau, IOI distribution to his large and growing trade. Alfalfa Boyle's. seed for sale at Kessler- Dr. Eattin 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. Miss Sims, dressmaker. rO 338 E. Adams. DISMAL SWAMP CANAL. A New York Syndicate Anxious to Get Possession of It. Baltimore, lid., tions are pending Lake Druimnond Nov. 22. Negotia for the sle of the Canal and Water company, which owns and operates the Dismal Swamp canal. A New York syndicate is anxious to secure control of the property, and made an offer for the purchase of the securities of the company some time ago to Messrs. Alexander Brown & Sons of this city, who managed the finances of the com pany, and several conferences have since been held. It is understood that if the deal i3 made the locks at both ends of the canal will be abandoned, and the waterway widened sufficiently to permit the passage of larger ves sels than those that now ply the course. The Lake Drummond Canal and Water company is a Baltimore corpo ration. The total capitalization of the company is $2,200,000, of which $1,200. 000 is first mortgage at five per cent, thirty-year gold bonds and $1,000,000 common stock. The canal was formal ly opened for traffic last month. The company acquired the properties, fran chises and privileges and rehabilitated the waterway. The Dismal Swamp canal begins in the state of Virginia, on the south branch of the Elizabeth river, about six miles from Norfolk, and extends in a southerly direction about twenty miles to the Pasquotank river in the state of North Carolina. The canal is one of a chain of inland waterways extending along the At lantic coast from Cape Cod, Mass., to Wilmington, N. C, through Long Island Sound, Delaware and Itaritan canal, Delaware canal, ueiaware cay, Chesapeake Bay, Chesepeake and Al bemarle canal. Dismal Samp canal, Albemarle Sound, Pimlico Sound, Core Sound and Bogue Sound. FATALLY BCItNED BY OIL. Friend Who Ministered to Sufferer Dies of Apoplexy. Richmond, Ya., Nov. 22. There was a case of accidental burning here to day, as a result of which the victim lies at death's door, while another lady who ministered to her in her suffering is cold in death. Mrs. Annie E. Hund ley, wife of Charles B. Hundley, a special policeman, attempted to blow out a small lamp early this morning, when it exploded, the burning oil be ing scattered all over her. She rushed out of doors and was so badly burned before the tlames could be subdued that she is not expected to live twenty four hours. Mrs. Annie Wood Martin, a neigh bor, came to the rescue of Mrs. Hund ley, and remained wilh her until din ner time. She went to meet h-r hus band at dinner, and as a result of the excitement incident to the burning, was stricken with apoplexy while it the i ' c to' table, and died in a few iniiun-. Mrs. Hundley was a Miss Buck of Charles City county, and weighed 2M Kunds ENTIRE NEW LINE -O F- Street Hats JUST OPENED Some Swells Styles Shown FOR THE FIRST TIME Mexican Drawn Work. Indian BasKels. Mexican Opals. SCOFIELD. NEARLY $l,000,0i0 DAMAGES ASKED Insurance Companies Sued for Falsely Charging Arson. Chicago, Nov. 22. Damage suits for sums aggregating nearly $1,000,000 were instituted today by Joseph Fish, an in surance adjuster: his clerk, Henry Senf, and Samuel Freeman, of the Freeman Fire company, all of whom were acquitted recently of a charge of conspiracy to commit arson. They claim the insurance companies caused their arrest. Mr. Fish demands $823,000 from fif teen insurance companies, all of whom had issued insurance policies on Free man's fur store, which was destroyed by fire about a jTear ago. The fire was followed by all the plaintiffs in the damage suits being indicted, not only for conspiring to commit arson, but for the commission of the crime. Mr. Freeman asks damages in the sum of $100,000 from the same insurance companies, and Senf demands $10,000. o HELD HIM BY HIS MI'STACHE. Woman Overtakes a Fleeing Burglar and Holds Him for a Time. Lancaster. Pa., Nov. 22. William Weidman. a farmer living near Lex ington, was awakened by an unusual noise downstairs last night, and upon investigation found a burglar at work in his dining room. Procuring his shot gun he returned to the dining room and taking aim at the burglar's back, pulled the trigger. The weapon missed fire, and turning quickly the surprised burglar drew and aimed his revolver at Weidman, but his weapon, too, failed to go off. The visitor then ran from the house pursued by the farmer and his wife. Mrs. Weidman being the fastest runner overtook the burglar and caught hold of him by his mus tache, holding him until her husband joined her. A struggle ensued. The burglar succeeded in breaking away, leaving part of his mustache and his revolver in the iiands of the woman. SOUTHERN REPUBLICANS. May Be Ginned Out of Their Votes the Convention. Des Moines, la., Nov. 22. Hon A. B. Cummins, Iowa member of the repub lican national committee, in an inter view today in regard to an effort to change the basis of representation in the national convention, said he fa vored a change in the representation according to votes cast for republican presidential candidates and not ac cording to representation in congress as at present. He realized this would work a hardship to republicans of the south, who need encouragement, but he sees no reason why they should be able to control more strength in the convention than their ratio of votes would ordinarily allow. o FLOUR MILL TRUST. Mill Owners Have Agreed to Regulate the Output. Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 22. A number of the large flouring mills in the south have recently perfected a combination to regulate prices.and control the out put of Hour in their districts. At a. recent meeting of the southern mill ers, held at Chattanooga, this agree ment was entered into. The conference was secret and the majority of the leading companies of the south were represented. It is understood that the millers agreed to curtail the production of flour in order that the market might not be overrun. It was also ar ranged that each company should sup ply a certain territory. AN ENGINEER'S GREAT WHIRL. Rode for Three Minutes boat Shaft. on a Steam- Patchogue, L. I., Nov. 22. For more than three minutes yesterday Engineer Emmett Still of the steam oyster dredger Curiosity was whirled around on the paddle wheel shaft. Still was under the shaft oiling the machinery when a projecting nut on the shaft caught in his clothing and he was car ried along. He had presence of mind enough to hug the shaft as close as possible, but his feet swung out as hj went around and wrecked everything within striking distance. An iron cook stove was demolished and all the nearby woodwork was broken. The rushing of the water and the pounding of the machinery drowned Still's cries for help, but Captain Edward Dayton Wholesale and Retail, 209-21 I Cast Washington St. Good Things to Take Home. Hot Gingerbread, per cut 3 and 10c Mother's Home Made Mince Pies. steaming hot 10c (We make our own mince meat.) Fresh Green Apple Pies, delicious.. 10c Fig Roll, per cut 10e Fruit Cake, per pound 35c Parker House Rolls, red hot these are fine per doz 10c Sweet Home Made Doughnuts, per doz 10c I Hot Boston Brown Bread, "Moth er's pride" 10c We always have something fresh and good for you to take home. Arizona Bakery. FREDERICK S. MURDOCH. Corner Washington and Third Streets. fv "s a leading Dr. BiDDardfa ou. Hlood, Skin, Throat. T.unp. Heart. Promach and Liver disejiFcs. I! is -preeminent success is ine to exceptional ability. lon experience and absolute reliability He quickly and per manent! v en res Kidney, Urinary and Bladder disorders and thoroughly eradi cate the poisuous effects of Special and Private complaints. lis treatment lor up niil ine undermined conditions due to Seminal Weakness and sexual debility Is new and eminently suecetsful. Cancers, tumors, ulcers and extern! grow tits positive ly removed without the knif or s-'Vcr; measures. (Testiiinmialu at Ofllce.) Delay Is dangerous, hiseae is insidious, do no, wait until too late. If possible always be examined by an expert- Talk: with him and judge yourself as to his intecritv and bili'y. UonMil ration FREE. Medicines fur nished at mv own private laboratory. Hours: -1-4---hT DR. HIBBARD." Hibbard Uufiding, South Second Avenue, Vhocnix, Ar zoHa. One Dollar Saved l.y waiting until you reach Mari copa and take a nice, warm, c-.im-fortahle room at the New Ed wards Hotel. Train arrives 8:4V, leaves for Tucson and EI Paso at 4 a. m. Give us your patronage. Sleeping Car Companies don't need it. J. V. Edwards, Proprietor. who was at the wheel, noticed some thing wrong. He went to the engine room and shut off steam. Still dropped from the shaft .unconscious. His feet and legs were in a shocking condition and his right arm was broken at the elbow. O GOLD PAVED STREETS. Hot Springs, S. D., Xov. 22. Some of the streets of Spearfish are actually paved with gold. City Engineer Gates has computed the probable amount at about $100 for each 100 feet from curb to curb, or $300 per block. This is caused by the city authorities of Spear fish using the tailings from the cyanide mills to pave the streets. These tail ings contain about 13 per cent of the gold that was originally in the ore, for 13 per cent of the gold is lost by the cyanide process of treatment. EXCHANGING NOTES. I -The Italian a, and lieei- Washinglon, Nov. 22. ambassador. Baron Fa procity Commissioner Kasson are ex- changing notes concerning a new com mercial arrangement between the Cnited States and Italy, and the nego tiations are proceeding so satisfactorily that hopes are expressed of a final con clusion at an early day. Fine Made COMMENCING THIS WEEK, we guarantee to save you from 23 to 30 per cent on your Fall and Winter Clothing. We are prepared to clothe you with the lowest price, rightly-fitting, absolutely all-wool clothing in America, rightly made, AS IT IS OF THE FAMOUS STROUSE & BROS., KUH, 'NATHAN & FISHER BRANDS The only Ready-to-Wear Clothing Tailored on a Strictly Scientific Basis. The most extraordinary feature of our Great Offering is that we can and do sell clothing at less money than elsewhere. COME AND SEE SUIT OFFERING, NO. 1. An Excellent All' Wool Cassimere, Cheviot or WorstecT Suit, quality and fit equal to any $16.00 Suit elsewhere, for.... COME AND SEE MEN'S SUIT OFFERING, NO. 2. Seven New Patterns in Checks and Stripes, made from fine Cassimeres and Cheviots, equal to any $12.50 or $13.50 suit you ever saw, COME AND SEE MEN'S SUIT OFFERING, NO. 3. Men's Suits of All-Wool Auburn Melton, made in double and single-breasted styles; ought to be marked $16.50, for MEN'S SUIT OFFERING, Come and see Men's Fine Worsted Suits, best fabrics, elegant winter weights of blue and black serges, single.breasted sacks, double-breasted sacks, and cutaway style ; suits (jN HA that are cheap for $1 7.50, we sell this week for $01 feJ) 3 YOUNG MEN'S, re Bros' Shoe en kmmJrmm VE CAN SAVE TOU TIME. And time is mercy. The Union Pa cific makes the quickest time to nearly all points East. DR. T. F. CHILDS, SPECIFIC TREATMENT FOR COX- I SUMPTION is the only Sure Cure for ; Tuberculosis. He is the only Doctor in Arizona that can cure all kinds of Cancer without cutting. No. 16 South Second Avenue. 9 OSES 5 AMERICAN BEAUTIES LA FRANCE and OTHER VARIETIES Vf? 1X1(11 OFFICE ARE YOU GOING to have an el eo trical display for the CARMiVAL? Better decide to do so immediately In order to avoid the rush and conse- quent hi i prices. AVe are headquarters electrical. for all things ELL! COT F ELECTRIC CO. W. JOS. ELLlCOTT;Prop. til W. Adami SCOVlLxLiE Phoo e 36. VITG i V : . UK AT r ; BT "-. .-. REPUBLICAN OFFICE $ Jm50 'Jf& ' "" ":" SfjF rar.ss-y.nag A PROCLAMATION OF ECONOMY For Fall and Winter Season, In Men's and Boys CLOTHING NO. 4. YOUTHS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING More style, more quality and more ralue in these offerings than in any cloth ing now being sold in Phoenix. A grand assortment of Boys' Double Breasted, two and three piece suits. REMEMBER OUR FREE EMPLOYMENT HAS BEEN ELECTED, and the BEAR will head the PROCESSION with GOOD, PRESM DRUGS and n'cc Toilet Articles EVERY DAY during the WEEK. We fill prescriptions EVERY HOUR of the DAY, and our DRUG STORE is opposite City Hall .. , . WATCH THE "BEilR'S DRUG STORE" CARNIVAL WEEK. f We rarrv everything known in MTSICAT, I iNSTR'TM KNTS and a f.:I!:tlocue of '0 cent! S11KET Ml'SK". Catalogues soiit free to i.nv.1 I ono in the territory. PIANOS: Knnbe Fifdier, Albrcclit and other High Grade instruments. W. S. Jenkins' Temple of Music. Patton Grand Bulldlnar. Phoenix, Arizona. Dr. ALICE LAWSON, the divine healer, cures all curable dis eases and habits, removes abseession. Tuesday and Friday afternoons. Free to those that are not able to pay. Of fice hours, 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., at the Dor ris, No. 32 South Second avenue. Livery, Feed and Sale StaWes. M. P. Manker, Prop. Gooil rigs a- nil hours. Itenrdinff horses a specialty, ba.ldle ponies (or ri;nt by the day or month. W. Madison St., between First and Second Ave TcIchonn ISO. j FREE EXAMINATION OF THE EYE To See Well with glasses and to have them look well on you requires expert fitting. This is what I do. I please the most crit ical and charge no more than is asked for inferior work. Call and see me i your eyes give you trouble. Many cases of headache are caused by the eyes. DR. B. C. ARNOLD, Scientific Optician acd Eye Specialist. LI South First Avenue STOVES, HEATERS, COOK RANGES. Carload Rates. Bought Before the Rise. Right Prices. st Abell, Wilbur, Mullen Co. vMESA... ...TEMPE l $7.50 $10.00 $12.50 d Clothing House OPfiCE. ESTBL1SHED 1889. To !hc LADIES Or PHOHNIX and Arizona in general: No doubt you are aware that I have fitted up a first-class LADIES' DEPARTMENT to make UP-TO-DATE GARMENTS for you as well as for Gentlemen. We guarantee you as fine fitting garments as you can get in America. Call and see us and get prices. The only LADIES' TAILOR In Arizona NICHOLSON, The Leading Tailor, 13 West Wasiiictnn Stre-t, Phocnii. Arizona. f MSEfiwx imm fmq a"53 w-HIHC.T.-I-DOES TOUR TRUNK NEED FIX ING? If it does, the Phoenix Trunk Factory can fix it. or make you a new ) one. It s just as you say. S.J. DOSTER, Prop. CITRUS HRUlT TREES Th largest stock In tile state of Cal tafrala. The lowest prices. All Trop ical Planus, Dectduons Fruit T, Berry Plants. Catalogue free. S. L. WATMNS, Lotus, California