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THE ARIZONA UEPUBLICATT: WEDNESDAY MOHNING, KOVEMtfBI? 29, 1899.
LONG LIVE TME QUEEN!!1 I The number of ballots cast at T. F. Hudson's in The Carnival Queen Contest attests the popularity of this well known pharmacy. If you get it at HUDSON'S, no matter whether it's Drugs, Soda Water or Toilet Requisites, IT IS ALL RIGHT in quality, in quantity and in price. AS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS! If close attention to details and Ions years of practice cut any figure, you can leave your prescriptions here, con fident of their being PROPERLY and PROMPTLY filled. The T. F. Hudson Prescription Pharmacy 26 Bust Washington St., Opp. the new Ellingson Building. Telephone 113. 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. For interior and exterior decorations see Buxton's novelties before buying elsewhere. Oysters. Game and Poultry at The New Place. WILLIAMS & HAFFNER. List your property with E. A. Spaul- ding, office No. 41, West Adams street. I 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. See Buxton before buying your dec orations. Dr. R. E. Holbrook, dentist, over the postoffice. If your appetite needs to be stimu lated go to Tribolet's peat market. In the big cooling rooms are chops and steaks and roasts and "boiling pieces." fresh and tempting. Try a broiled tenderloin steak at Coffee Al's. Everything first-class. Novelties in decorations. Banners, strings of "Old Glory," Shields and Lanterns at Buxton's. 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 Fail to Read This 1 ! We are going to; I A. A l fA IllUVe dUUUL LIU? llrI. of January, and we are anxious to re duce our stock. During the next five weeks we want to sell our entire enormous stock of CHRISTMAS GOODS, consisting of QUADRUPLE PLATED SILVER GLASSWARE, CHIXA, DRESSED DOLLS. UXDRESSED DOLLS, BIG DOLLS, LITTLE DOLLS, LOXG DOLLS, SHORT DOLLS, FAT DOLLS, LEAN DOLLS. WHITE DOLLS and BLACK DOLLS. DRUMS, DOLL BUGGIES, BOYS' WAGONS, TOYS, TRUMPETS, etc. It is our purpose to sell these goods , Gal"in as 'ding lady acted her diffi- ' cult part well and was roundly ap at bottom prices, and while our room is j plauded. The parts were all well sus not half large enough to display our j tained. and the performance was voted , I a decided success. The other chara' - goods, yet we will do our best to wait ters wer, tak(.n 1)y Miss Viault. H. F. on every one. I Couch. K. H. Irwin and Max Viau'.t. Every one Is invited to call and look OUr Store OVer. I DaYidson's Cash Bargain Store, ! Four doors east of Postoffice. Best Place to Trade in i rizoja. flEWS OF TflH 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. er, r.i 70 a: si K Raroni. pressure "O.OS Tei:i. dry bulb 4! Tern, wet bulb :js I Tern, maximum G7 i Tern, minimum 44 Relative humidity 60 . Wind, direction K Wind, velocity 5 I Precipitation 0 State of weather Clear. 0 Char. DAILY BULLETIN. Reports received at Phoenix, Ariz., on November 27. 1SL9. Observations taken at all stations at S a. m., 75th meridian time. Place of observation. Barom. Phoenix 30 os Tern. 44 40 32 40 3S 2ti 50 . Boston 29.Sij J Chicago 2D.S0 Denver 30.02 I EI Paso 30.14 Flagstaff 30.2S 1 Los Angeles 30.05 "ew York 2!.6 San Diego :;o.o:; 'Fan Francisco 30.18 bt. Louis 29.1)0 Ft. Paul 23.80 I Washington 29.S 30 1 lima 30.04 WILLIAM G. BURN'S, Observer, Weather Bureau. A NEW NOTARY. A notarial com mission was issued yesterday to Mrs. U. C. Fietcher of Tucson. LOCAL SUFFRAGE CLUB. A local suffrage club was formed this after noon at the O'Neill hail. The meet ings of this organization will be h?ld monthly. TRADE MARK FILED. The trade mark of the Viavi company was filed in the office of the territorial s?cre:ary yesterday. The mark is a black dia- mond with the word '"Viavi" across it in white. The proprietors are Herrert E. Law ancl Hartland Law of Cali fornia. DEATH OF A CHILD. The four- year-old child of Mr. and Mrs. Bunch j of Glendale died yesterday morning 1 after a short illness, from gastric j I fever. The funeral will be held at 0 o'clock this morning and interment will j ; be made in the Odd Fellows' cemetery at Phoenix. j ! CHRYSANTHEMUMS Mr n(innv ; who lives a mile north of the territorial i insane avim rio,,.t -..-;.. f v,jlthe window will be taken to tin mums, of which he has some beautiful varieties. They are grown in the op', n air. but protected somewhat during the cold nights. His flowers equal, if they do not excel, any on exhibition from local markets. FIXIXG FOR TIIAXSGIVIXO. Some thrifty individual made early preparation for thanksgiving early on Monday morning by prying off a section of corrupateJ iron at Buxton's poultry house. He was not disoveivd until he had filled two bags with tur keys and was leaving the premises. A watchman called him. but he went on, and when the warohm:;n threatened to shoot, he went the faster. TO TRY FOR A LODGE. A delega tion of Good Templars will visit Madi son district six miles east of the city SO tomorrow night to arrange for the or ! ganization of a lodge in the disiri t. j The matter has been talked of for several months, and the friends of the ' movement living in that section n .w J think the time is ripe for the organiza tion. It is probable that a date will be fixed for the organization on to I morrow night, and the details ar . ranged. I LEASED A HOME. Wei rick & La tham have '.eased to Max Sohr of j Salt Lake City for one year the resi- i dence of Jerry Millay on Monroe stre t. j A XEW BI'lLDIXG. Mr. J. M. Fik j is putting the finishing touches on h;s I new building at the corner of North I First and Pearce streets. It is a :wo 1 story structure of about fourteen rooms i and is built for residence and apart I ment purposes. The building is of j brick with a French roof and is well land substantially put up. There are 200 feet of porches on the two stories. Mr. Fike being a mechanic, was him self the architect, contractor and builder. "THE STAGE STRUCK YANKEE." On Monday night the Good Temp lars were royally entertained by the I. O. G. T. dramatic club after the bus iness of the evening had been trans- 1 acted. It was the maiden effort of the ! j club, but the members acted like vet- erans, and lSrcssnted an agreeable sur- j i prise to the large and appreciative audience. V. F. Davis as Curtis j ! Chunk, "the stage struck Yanke ' youth, was a howling success. Miss ! ; A PHOENIX INNKEEPER. The Chicago Hotel "World publishes the fol- .v:-, mo-m-dincr Air S P Chirk of ! , this city, along with his portrait: "Mr. Stanis P. Clark, manager of Ford s itel at Phoenix. Ariz., and who has j just leased the Kankin on the Yuma 1 road and renamed it 'Clark's Tav.rn.' native of New Jersey, where he In Responding to a Thanksgiving Invitallon you will feel thankful enough, with visions of turkey and good things to make merry on before you, to honor your prospective host by writing on the most fashionable and high class sta tionery that you can procure, and which you will find in all the latest tints and shades of color and texture at ine Fflcenix stauoncry m m uo 10.12 r. Washington St. comes of a prominent family. A 3"7. yfiirs or so a 40 n wont to De.iv.-r, an i eraine a clerk of the St. James iiotel of which he later became proni lelor. ; and during whic h prop! ietoi ship he i was also president of the Colorado ; Hotel association. Later he was man- j aver and proprietor of mountain sum- j nier hotels in Colorado, and about two ; years ago went to Arizona. He is an j energetic and progressive man. JUAN JOSE'S PENSION. Juan ! J'ise. the patriarch of the Maricopa ; was in town yoster.lay diawing his' monthly stipend fiom the tount. Years ago the county gave Juan Jose ' a monthly pt nsion of Sir, on account "f ; his friendHre' s to th whit'S when; they were f -v. and thr aiened lv . .paelns. As the memory of Juan Jese's serviees was dimmed by luJ.stng years his pension Has gradually cut . down until imw it is S7.,vi a month. ; The reason that figure has li. en ii-:e 1 , upon is that Juan Jo.--e has been brought under the rule applied to out- side indigents. They s'lal! be paid no mere than would b; reiiiiivd for their support if they v.vie inmates "f 'he ' county hospital. Juan Jose raised a roar yesterday when he found his al- -lowance had been scaled clown fifty 1 I cents since last month. The old man' says he is eighty-three. tho-:.gh he is , wrinkled enough to be twice as old, GRIFFITHS' SECOND SHOW. j Griffiths, the hypnotist, gave his sec- ond performance at the opera hous i last night, while his cataleptic sleeper f put to rest the night before, calmly i slumbered away in Goldberg's show j window, saving his board bill and f rt e j from the contaminating ln.Uienecs a conscious existenc e in this . wicked c-itv. The programme was entirely changed and the attention of the aud- ience was riveted on the stage, suprise at the wonderful feats performed ' rapidly alternately with the ludricrous j ancl amusing features introduced. There is r.o trouble to change the pro- 1 gramme at a hypnotic performance. f r all the operator has to do is to will the : change and it comes. Some of the j same subjects were on the stage that appeared the night before and other ' faces were new to the audience. D z- j ens of interesting thinns. from severe I toothache to imaginary sports weie! shown, but the most marvelous feat- j tire presented was similar to. though even more wonderful than the three ; j rr. n standing on the rigid fo"m f j '"Eciwina." suspended between two 'chairs, at the first exhibition. ' Shorty." ' the natural born comedian, who won distinction before as a circus rid jr. was pvt in a rigid cataleptic condition and placed on the chairs in th? sim? man nerner. An immense stone, ten inches thic k and probably three feet long ar. l eighteen inches wide was laid on his hi east. Another man then ssdze 1 r. 10-pound sledge hammer and trii d to break the stone, but was ur.aMe to do sn. A second man tried it but nnlv succeeded after several te: i"ic Wow, the test proving satisfactory. At to- night's performance the young m n in o-.e: a house and awakened ir the audience. he t.r. s -nee of j McKelligon's where you can get the I finest hand-made sour mash, bourbon j and and Pennsylvania rve whiskies, i o POLICE COTJILT An Insight into the ?iiOH7 Jewelry Busires'. i ! A great deal of light was thr-ivn on ' th-? "phony" jewelry business in pol'eo court yesterday. Two strar.g. ;v uun:e I i K'-iffer ancl Page had been a: ro.-t.-.l fer ! p;-ddlincr without n li: er.s . K- ifi'er had visited several house on K.ist Monroe street on M'r..iuy afternoon i trying to sell a gold ring mark -1 IS-!;, lit had an appcaianee i f ag d--:-ined to make trie prospective; j.ureliaser think it was an heirlooin which th.' owner was regret fullv disposing -.f un- der stress of circumstances. Keifftr offcreel the ling at so many places that he was brought under tho obs rvali of the police. When he v.'r.i arrest no jewelry was found on h,:.i. "out his partner. I 'age. had cn-.tich rl it 1 i' both. He also had a bid f.-or.i a Chi- cago ring manufacturer sho ving that the price of the rings was S-j a dozen. mmmmm WATCHES THE LATEST We have the Latest and Most Complete Assortment of Sterling: Silver Novelties in the Territory. THE NEW BRACELETS COMPLETE ; Optical Department ) IN CHAKGK OF TOILET i Geo. fi Cook LEADING ARIZONA JEWELES E.'rst I3or West o Post Office Scientific Optician Eyes Examined Free I OUR STOCK IS NOW COMPLETE b Fr a errant and Kefrcshinir Teas. Chase & Sanborn Finest Domestic and Imported Cheese Delicious Boiled Ham Sliced. taj Our Salt Mackerel OS CALL AND INSPECT OUR IMMENSE STOCK. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. i E. S. WAIELIN B i. yyyyyYry "fyjyir? yyyy-rryy l The Turkey s als o are making their Headquarters at BUXTON'S, The turkeys sold at our market are dressed and drawn, heads off, ready for the pan. Order your Thanksgiving turkey early so that you wiil get first selec tion. If you want your Thanksgiving din ner complete inspect our stock of Fancy Fruits, Vegetables, Oysters, Cheese, Pickles, etc. Specialties for Thanks ! ! Fancy Bleached Denver Celery, Mammoth Head Let tuce Crisp and Tender Red Ripe Tomatoes. Green Peas Snowball Cauliflower. NEV POTATOES. ARTICHOKES: PERSIMMONS. and hundreds of other good things. A " I 4 li U "THERE ARE OTHERS" But none to compare with Tt OCCIDENTAL tw rJU for nice rooms and accommodations i since MRS. A. HARRY GEORGE has taken poss ssion. Right opposite . HOTEL. ADAMS. Electric Lights, Por celain Bath and Telephone. Page r.lso had a b.i:: ..f jewelry wlii ' the iii-.n had just reieive'l and had not been opened. There peripatetic j.-w-e!e:s got iiftc "n cl.-.ys each. TP.ere v-.ere t'rr.ve other j iisontrs. Frank Lannon and Mark Stevens, two good-looking and well dressed boys ar lesticl for loitering about saloons. They were unfamiliar with police court i Interior's and their ignorance stood i ; them in gotd stead. Actin Recorder ! Johnstone gave them fifteen days, but , suspendwi sentence for two da;.s in . ol der to give them time to find wo: k , or get out of town, ' The third man was Janus Jo.ies. tt DIAMONDS ARTICLES SILVER TRINKETS Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty Celebrated Coffees. are fine and meaty. GROCERY CO. C C . yy Bill AN This is the range of our prices in Men's Dress Shoes in Tan and Blacky 4 Shooting Boots, Leggins, Arties and Felt as Fleming Block, colored, a victim of circumstances. He had been working at present t until he had amassed a competency of seventy five cents, when he concluded to re turn to his home in New Orleans and spend the rest of his days in ease, the envy of his neighbors and the pride and admiration of his relatives. He walked from .Present t t i Phoenix and stopped here to get h-' . supper for th? renewal of his stren;;ih for the walk to New Orleans. "I did'n' come to dis yeah town to stop." suid he; "I had'n' got over pantin' foh my href wen de polees pulled me in. I doan' want to be heah an' ic do town had'n' b(een on my way to New Orleans I wouldn't stopped. 'F' I'd 'a knowd dis I'd 'a walk?:! clean around de place." GRAND OPEXIXC. A. Redewill & Sons v"l open their new music store on West Washington street, for the carnival, with the largest and finest stock of pianos and musical instruments ever seen in the southwest, including Behr Bros.. Checkering. Kranich & Bach, Mason & Hamlin, and Estey Co.'s pianos and organs. Beautiful imitation stained glass lan terns for evening decoration at Bux ton's. FERXS. FERXt Just received a lot of b.autiful Cali fornia Ferns. Maiden Hair. Hosto:i Sward. Asparagus Pulmoso. Springeri. , - the latest Fern out. the beautful Hoi!. Fern. WKODI.AWX FLORAL CO., Hotel Adams pharmacy. WHY PAY RENT rll your life when you can own a home built to your order and can pay for same on easy payments? A 40-Acre improved! Ranch for sale. 2 riSes from Phoenix. WEI RICK & LATHAM, 32 North first Avenue. Real Estate, Loans and Insurance. Vnr 1 errs trt t ?b rs-?- I thk MEDinxK Tor take ?ive to your children. Why nut get the best? Our experi ence enables us to compound ! your prescriptions accurately and give you the best money can buy. THOMAS' BRUS STORE. 240 E. WASHINGTON ST. j 0 ACRE RAMCH; I want to buy ten acres im proved or unimproved, near town. Let me know what you have to selL E. PASCOE, 7 South First Avenue, The Urns Shaving Parlor! HOTEL AD?.MS PKOE.NIX. ! J. W BOLTON", Prop. F. P. POLK, Foreman, j AN UP-TO-DATE SHOP ... ! THREE EXPERT WORKMEN , Onl Regular Triers Chursrert. Everything In ! oqi Parlor a Bwitualtv. AUG IBEN Employment Agent ALL KINDS OF HELP PP.OMPTLT ITENISUED. Yourordersiolcited. Telephone 291. OFFICE Srar l.odgrlne House. $7.0 Call and See Them Wilson & Wooldridge, if SOME BOTTLES AND A BIRD those who know superior quality. THE W WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS, O'Neill Building. Cor, Adams and First Avenue. "FRAMES AD PICTURES" You will be fully repaid, if you select your "FRAMES AXD PICTURES" at "BALKE'S." His experience in above line dates back THIRTY "TEARS, both in this COI'XTRY AXD EUROPE. HE KNOWS HOW TO fRAME PICTURES RIGHT, AND H. FRAMES THEM RIGHT . Mouldings, Mirrors, Pictures and Frames. IlUUbCb 1 Or IXent, Ernest Walker, NOTARY PUBLIC. 26 S. NOTICE. We wish to announce that we are the Agents for "OLD HICKORY" WAGONS, "MOLINE PLOWS" and "McCORMICK MOWERS." We also carry a Large Line ! December 1st, we will be open ware Co.'s old stand, South First Street, opposite City Hall. PRATT, GILBERT & CO. Oranges! . We have the finest in the Valley. NAVELS and JAFFAS. Send us your order for Thanksgiving Supply. Lowest prices guaranteed. The BARKLEY COMMERCIAL CO. ; ! Wanted A forty-acre in three miles or DWIGHTB. Rooms The Eyes of the World S V) s Slippers now in. W VI V! I?h.oenix, Arizona.' J7M Are necessary for the prop er enjoyment of THANKSGIVING Get the bird where you will, but come to us for the bottles. Our wines and liquors meet the approval anr? rrtntinupA CMtirv-irf nf 205-207 E. WASHINGTON ST. Qty and Country Real Estate. City and Country Real Estate. REAL ESTATE, LOANS and INSURANCE. Second Ave., Hibbard Bld'g. of Carriages. On and after for business at Kemp Hard f Oranges! ranch, well improved, less of Phoenix. HEARD, 301 and 302 Fleming Block Are no bettor than thoy shnuM be and many need assisianre snme long be fore they get it. As the telescope cre ated astronomy, so spectacles have created new powers of vision. There are many who couid not get along: without glasses, and many more who ouKht mu to get aloni; without them. If you need Kisses your sight is lein continui-Jiy injured by not using tnem. I-et me examine yur eyes. I correct any defect of vision. !Iasss if you need them at iij;ht prices. RHOENLX Telephone 209. 'Ford Hotel Block. 1 WATTS 00