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GUNS FOR RENT
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 Street.
FLOCKING PHOENIX'WAED
Coming Erom Everywhere to the
Great Carnival.
Mr. H. P. Anev.alt. general passengc-r
agent of the Santa Fe. Prescott &
Phoenix railroad, sent a telegram yes
terday to dent-rat Agent GiHett of this
city, stating that Monday is desired by
the people of Jerome for the excursion
to this city to witness the sights of the
carnival. Monday is. therefore, the day
upon which the Jerome people will
come to the carnival and from all indi
cations there will be lots of them. This
exactly suits the carnival association,
as may be imagined. An announce
ment was made Monday to the effect
that the excursion will be run ' from
Prescott on Sunday next. Mr. Ane
walt states that the Prescott people
want the cheap rates in effect Tuesday,
so that persons coming from the
'"mountain city" before or after that
date will be able to take advantage of
the rat? of one fare for the round trip.
From the southeastern part of the ter
ritory comes the information that a
rate of one fare for the round trip has
been made from Pis'.-ce. This conces
sion will insure the "attendance of a
great many people from that locality.
Selim Michelson yesterday received a
letter from a prominent Elk at Albu
querque stating that the members of
that order from the "Duke city" will
come to the carnival thirty or forty
strong. They will travel in fine style
in a combined Pullman and buffet
coach and will, therefore, be able to
entertain their brother Elks during
their stay in this city, as they will oc
cupy the Pullman during the entire car
nival. The Prescott Elks will come
down from their lofty grazing plaj?e
sixty or mora strong. In both of these
parties of Elks many of the wives and
daughters will be numbered, probably
swelling the attendance to twice the
figures given.
Persons having features of interest
that they would like to enter in the big
parade are requested to bring a de
scription of them as soon as possible to
the carnival headquarters, so that the
offic-i rs u:ay s;ain an accurate idea of
the demands for position that may be
made upon them. New features are
being added every day and the big pa
lade promises to be a hummer.
Mr. H. A. Gillum yesterday began a
house-to-house visitation in the resi
dence portion of the city, seeking ac
commodations in advance of the carni
val for the many visitors. He has un
dertaken this work at the instance of
the carnival association and tin list
that he secures will be k.-pt on file by
the carnival association for the benefit
of strangers. The result of Mr. Gil
lum's first day's work was very encour
aging. He learned incidentally that a
great many people eiipeet friends to
visit them during the carnival from
other parts of Arizona. This fact will
have a tendenc y to relieve the pressure
on the dewn-town lodging houses. It
also emphasizes the prediction hereto
fore made that with the proper exertion
on the part of everyone Phoenix is am
ply able to accommodate any kind of a
crowd that may be precipitated into its
midst.
In addition to the grand stand now
being erected at Lightburne Plaza, ad
joining the Lemon hotel, a stand will
WE ARE SHOWING
A SWELL LINE OF
Qolf ?aps
i
IP YOU WANT
THE
Qorreet 71?i9$
DON'T FAIL TO
SEE OUR LINE
QREENE,WBiTTER
riemlaa Block,
be built in front of the county court
house, from which vantage place a fine
view can be secured to witness the va
rious parades. Of course, an admission
fee of twenty-five cents will be charged
to individuals. The stand will have a
capacity of about 1000.
The following cash items were re
ceived yesterday by the carnival asso
ciation: S. M. Purdy, $20: Itemsen &'
Seidel, ?.": J. V. Edwards. $20: C. F.
Chapman, $3; Adams Hotel Pharmacy,
$10: A. 11. McCamley. $100: P. W. Sut
ler. $2.:0: Win. Jlelzer, 100; Widmer &
Eyrich. $",0.
Tiie decoration committee are in ur
gent need of more palm leaves. They
are to be cut on Friday and wiil be
called for if the committee is informed
at 312 Fleming block.
Special attention is called to the cir
cular of suggestion issued by the com
mittee. In this circular it is set forth
that wires will be stretched along the
stieets' hi front of all the business
houses and that it is hoped that the
merchants will maintain Chinese lan
terns on these wires. It is also sug
gested that green be made the predom
inating color in the first story decora
tions and that a strong line of red be
carried along at the approximate level
of the second story window sill. It is
requested that the national colors, if
they must be used at all, be placed
above this level and be entirely separ
ated from the carnival colors.
The committee much prefer, however,
that nothing but carnival colors be
used.
o
P00T BALL TOMORROW
The Indians and the High School in
Great Feather.
All dissensions in foot ball circles and
all the effect of the decision of the Ari
zona Football League in awarding the
last normal-Indian school contest to
the Indian eleven has been lost in the
great interest shown in the 'coming
Thanksgiving football game between
the high school and Indian teams. Both
elevens have been practicing hard and
conscientiously and the extra large
crowd expected to be present at the
contest will witness a fast and closely
contested match. The high school
team has had a little hard luck, several
of the players having been on the sick
liM. but the manager declares his elev
en to be still in the ring and he prom
ises a surprise in the way of football
playing to those who were slightly dis
appointed in the playing of the high
S( hool in the game with the normal.
The Indian players under a proficient
coach have developed into a team
which is not compelled to stick closely
to mass plays or wedges, but they have
learned open field playing and are put
ting up snappy ball.
Roses La France. American Beauties
and many other varieties may be ob
tained by leaving orders at the office
of The Republican.
PERSONAL MENTION.
E. B. Gage of Prescott, was in the
city yesterday.
Win. A. Johnson of Denver, is at the
Commercial.
J. M. Burkett of Hum Bug is a guest
at the Commercial.
C. P. Buckingham of Philadelphia, is
a guest of the Hotel Adams.
H. D. Underwood of Tucson, was in
the city yesterday returning home last
night.
S. P. Betan and C. L. Young of Pres
cctt. registered at the Commercial ho
tel yesterday.
Prof. J. W. Toumay came up from
Tucson yesterday and is a guest of the
Commercial.
Harry S. Bradbury of Salt Lake, ar
rived yesterday and is stopping at the
Ford hotel.
W. Y. Price of Florence, was in the
city yesterday and registered at the
Commercial.
C. T. Schivers of St. Louis. was among
yesterday's arrivals. He is at the Ho
tel Adams.
Jno. Laffey of Jerome, came down on
Monday night's train and is a guest of
the Commercial.
E. F. Brittingham of New York, ar
rived Monday night ami registered at
the Hotel Adams.
Jos. Steinan and M. Abraham of San
Francisco, registered at the Commer
cial hotel yesterday.
W. C. Lyons of St. Louis was among
last night s arrivals. He is a guest
of the Hotel Adams.
W. S. Dent of New York arrived in
the city on last night's train and reg
istered at the Hotel Adams.
A. Brownstein of Los Angeles came
in from the north last night and is
registered at the Hotel Adams.
Charles X. Branch, Jr.. of Anderson.
Ind., arrived on last night's train and
is a guest of the Hotel Adams.
W.' H. Burbage. a Winslow business
man, arrived in the city yesterday and
registered at the Commercial hotel.
F. II. Hughes of San Francisco, ar
rived on Monday night's delayed train
and registered at the Hotel Adams.
E. B. Rogers of San Francisco was
among last night's incoming passen
gers. He is at the Hotel Adams.
D. J. Harding of Boston, was among
yesterday morning's arrivals from the
souh. He is at the Hotel Adams.
Eon. Mark A. Smith was among yes
terday morning's arrivals from Tucson.
He is a guest of the Hotel Adams.
H. L. Hall and O. L. Arnold and wife
of Chicago, were among the guests reg
istering at the Commercial hotel yes
terday. It. E. Wells, assistant general man
ager of the S. F. P. & P., was in the
city yesterday a guest of the Hotel
Adams.
Mrs. J. H. Costelio of Buffalo. N. Y
was among the arrivals on last night's
train from the north. She is at the
Hotel Adams.
Miss Pearl Weaver of Prescott is ir
the city a guest of her sister. Mrs
J. M. Aitken, She will remain till aftei
the carnival festivities.
George F. Hughson and daughtei
Lottie Hughson and Harriette Carpen
ter, all of Chicago, form a party ol
three who arrived on last night's train
LtflDlESI
DECORATE YOUR HEADS with one of our SWELL HATS,
and make a good appearance CARNIVAL WEEK. j J
OTHER HOX'SES will ask you more money, but none can give your Hat
more of that EXCLUSIVE, V.'ELL-EUED TOUCH which bespeaks the
HANDIWORK OF AX ARTIST thn
Mexican Drawn Work.
Indian SasKets.
Mexican Opals.
SCOFIE
from the north and are reeisttred at i
the Hotel Adams. They will remain
in Phoenix during the winter.
Baron Leo Von Hosenburg of New !
York, is at the II tel Adams. He ar
rived yesterday from Tucson where he
has been to expert a valuable mining
property.
Among yesterdr. 's arrivals at the
Commercial were H. II. Park, Lincoln:,
Tom Bailey. Knoxviile: Harry Quinsey.
Chicago, and II. C. Whitney, tfummit-
ville, I ml.
George Kockfel'.ov of San Joie. was
an arrival on yesterday's train from the
south. He is here for the purpose of
recupe -cting his health ar.d is a guest
of the Ford hotel.
Mr. Henry F. Ashurst. speaker of the
twentieth legislative assembly, came
down from Williams on Monday night's
delayed train and registered at the
Commercial hotel yesterday.
ELKS. ATTENTION. Look at Bux
ton's line of decorations in Elks' em
blems, etc.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
What Manager Wilson of Pueblo,
Colo., has to say of the "Hottest Coon
in Dixie" company:
"November 12. 1S99.
"Manager Patton, Phoenix, Ariz.:
The "Hottest Coon in Dixie' tarried
Pueblo by storm. The singing is excel
cellent. the acting is up to the standard
and thc-e is not a dull moment in the
entire performance. It is without doubt
the best organization of its kind that
ever played in our city. If
you should decide to make us
another visit you will again be greeted
with a crowded house.
"Very truly.
"PAL L WILSON,
"Manager Pueblo Grand Opera House."'
Strings of "Old Glory" at DXixton's
Miss Sims, drersmaker. 338 E. Adams.
For lanterns in national colors see
Buxton.
Fresh oysters at the Grotto. Popu
lar prices.
Commercial lunch, 20c, including
glass beer; open from 10 a. m. till S p.
m. California Wine House, 132 East
Washington.
Alfalfa seed for sale at Kessler
Eoyle's. ' Have you tried Milton-Berryman
Co.'s Columbia Mocha and Java coffee?
If not, ask your grocer for it.
Mrs. I. X. Bell and Mrs. Sisty, ex
perienced dressmakers, are located in
the Winters building on West Adams
street, adjoining the Capitol Harness
shop.
Artistic decorations in national and
carnival colors at Buxton's.
Lunch counter and dining room and
private rooms for parties. The New
Place.
WILLIAMS & HAFFNER.
Do not decorate your floats without
seeing Buxton's line of decoration nov
elties. Dr. Battin has moved his office to Dr.
Woodruff's building, 42 S. Second Ave.
E. A. Spaulding sells real estate. Of
fice Xo. 41 West Adams street.
Up-to-date The New Place.
WILLIAMS &. HAFFXER.
Buxton will solve the problem
for
you in the decoration line.
Dewey Flour, the latest and best. A
guarantee with every sack.
MILTON-BERRYMAN MERC. CO.
"HOTTEST COON IN DIXIE."
The Denver News of October lfi says:
" 'No standing room' was the notice
put out at S o'clock at the Denver last
night. Nothing is left out of 'The Hot
test Coon in Dixie' to entertain and
amuse. The show is good 'from begin
ning to end. There is dash and fun all
through. The singing is good, the
dancing great. They have all the rag
time melodies, buck dancing and cake
walking that one would care to see.
There is a little plot to "Hottest Coon
in Dixie." just enough to give it a
title, and the colored artists bring it tc
'OLD GLORY." "SOVEREIGN."
" KDWIN .T. ItILiIIKS Ac GO'S IS! ew Vovlc
Hicjh Grade Hostt2Cl Coffees.
The Finest on Earth.
'JAV-MAR-MO." "CORONATION BLEND."
J. UJ. Dorris, Sole Agent.
COMMERCIAL CAFE
dailv, 35c. Short order service during
The Evans Loan and Investment Company.
PAID U? CAPITAL $50,000.00.
SUCCESSOR TO J. W. EVANS.
J. W. EVANS. President. Established in US5. O. A. TURNEY, Secretary.
"U'e lend money for ourselves and others on improved real estate. We sell
mortgages made to us, and also have mortgages made direct to investors. "We
offer unequalled facilities to borrowers. Fourteen years of pre-eminent suc-
is in lending money in this valley enables us to thoroughly protect the in-
ve the
lication.
1 I
West
Wholesale and Retail.
209-21 I
East Washington St.
n n tisf.T-f oiv p-lll t !i ,n Will H. Pl'OC-
tor. who plays the title role, is excep
tionally lever, while Fred Car-cy and
Bob Kelley helped to make the per
formance go. The singing oT Miss Neale
G. Hav. kin is vsry fine. The quartette
is gocd and the h ri:F03 among the
bet hfard here. There ? a drill cal'e.1
'The Hunter's Song' on the programme
which made a great hit."
This great show will appear in this
city Thursday. N-v mb. i" 3 Thanks
giving, matinee and ninht.
A DOG'S BURIAL.
Coffin Covered With Flowers and a
Band Headed the Procession.
Jersey City, Nov. 28. An odd funeral
procession and burial attracted a large
crowd of curious persons today. Ru
dolph Seeberger of Bowers street, had
a black and tan dog that was born 13
years ago and was fond of his master,
who loved the faithful canine, which he
named Bobby. The dog died on Tues
day, and its master decided to give it
a funeral. He purchased a coffin and
engaged a brass band. The coffin was
covered with-flowers, and there were
pall bearers Otto Clauberg and Eu
gene Braustein. These, with Mr. See
berger and some friends, made up the
procession which" marched through
Bowers street to Ogden avenue, where
the grave was dug in a lot, and the dog
was buried. Adolph Schnackenburg de
livered the panegyric, the band piayed
"Old Dog Tray" ar.d "Farewell," and
the ceremony was over.
DriH -rt -g us a leading
r. mDbarfeF'E
ous. I; 1 o o d ,
Skin, Throat. Ljnpr, Heart, Sromach nun Liver
iisettFis. His preeminent siurcos i.s doc to
exfcvtional ability, lonr exnerience and
alieoluu' reliability lie quiv kly anl per
mnnenti v m mires Kidney, Urinary end
Bladder disorders &tim thormiulily eradi--i!es
th poisonous ciTeeis of Spec'al n3
Privxe complaints. His treatment inr nn--uiWinz
nnUcrniiiifd conditions due to
Seminal Weakness nn-1 sj:xuh1 delnlity
it; Dew and eminent1 y Miei-esy-fui. Cancers,
tumors, uleerii ant extern l jrro tl' ositivt
ly removed without the knit--- or
-sever j measures. IVstimonin N at Ml'ee.)
De lay is dangerous. i:sense i. insidious,
do not wnit until too laie. Jf possible always
be examined by an expert, 'tnik with
liim and jude yourself s in riis integrity find
ib!liy. CouMiltaiion FREE. MedU ires fur
nished Ktmvown priViiie tjiltnrM?rv. Hours:
l-M.' DR. H I BEARD. Hihbard
Building, ;-S joutli Second Avenue, Fhoemx,
Ir.ZORH.
ood Things to Take Home.
Ho Gingerbread, per cut 5 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 10c
Fruit Cake, per pound 35c
Parker House Rolls, red hot these
are fine per doz 10c
Sweet Home Made Doughnuts, per
doz 10c
Hot Boston Brown Bread, "Moth
er's pride" 10c
We always have something fresh and
rood for you to take home.
Arizona Bakery.
FREDERICK S. MURDOCH.
Corner Washington and Third Streets.
In the dining room of the Commer
cial hotel, European and American
plans. Regular dinner at 4 p. m..
the entire day.
most extensive real estate list in this
Ave extend a cordial invitation to
LD.
4
tern
rning this valley to call at our office. Lots In
d water rights in all valley canals for sale,
rinted matter descriptive of this town and
Washington Street.
A Fe
MEN'S SEAMLESS HALF HOSE,
BROWN OR 1!:",ACa
4c
MEX'S WHITE HEMMED HAXD-KECHIEFS..'.
5c
Men's Overshirtn, full cut ar.il we'd
made, cheviot and ginghams
25c
Men's Derby Ribbed Underwear, all
sizes
25c
Ve are showing great lines of Overcoats m
Kerseys, Coverts and Meltons, at prices from
Men's Brown ar.d Gray Mixed Merino
Hose, double sole and heel, extra
spliced
15c
Jlen's Neckwear, full flowing ends.
Imperials, Tecks and Bows, all silk
and satin
25c
Men's Cardigan Jackets, Brown and
Biack, bound pockets and Jersey
neck
75c
i !
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WE CAN SAVE TOIT TIME.
And time is money. The t'nion Pa
cific makes the quickest time to nearly
all points East.
DR. T. F. CHILDS,
SPECIFIC TREATMENT FOR CON
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.
HOSES
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AMERICAN BEAUTIES
LA FRANCE and
OTHER VARIETIES
I.N'QUIUK AT
'' REPUBLICAN
OfFICE
4
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ifd Yob Ever
Stop and think that by using
cheap material and incompetent
labor in electrical work that you
were endangering your life and
property? j
IT IS ECONOMY TO GET
ONLY THE PEST.
Y"e use only thi best material
and our work is always the best,
and our long suit is pleasing our
patrons.
Could Ve Do More?
"U'e are hcautiuarttrs for all things
electrical.
ELL! COTT ELECTRIC CO.
W. JOS. ELLICOTT, Prop.
Phone 36. 1H W. Adaavi
WIT Of SCOVlliliE
PRICES THAT WILL -INTEREST THE
CLOSEST AND SHREWDEST BUYERS.
st for Thahksaivi
irnlva
XOVELTIES IX NECK
AYE A R AT
50c
i J
MEX'S HEAVY WORKING
SHOES. BUCKLES '
AXD LACE
$1.00
FULL LINE OF BOYS' t
SUITS FROM I
h
$i.JJ up.
We give you choice of a very large range of the
Newest and Brightest Styles in Fashionable Fabrics
for WINTER WEAR. The best line of suits ever
shown for this money.
Men's absolutely All-Wool Suits, honestly tailored
and perfect fitting. A great variety of nobby effects
in Cassimere, Stripes and Checks, Blue Serges and
Black Fabrics. These are handsome, stylish Suits,
and equal to suits sold in other stores for $15.00.
ELEGANT VARIETY OF
FINE ALL WOOL SWEAT
ERS. We are sole agents for
Hanan & Son's Men's Fine
Shoes. The best on earth.
All the newest styles of
Hats, Derby, Fedoras and
the new Bristol Hats.
REMEMBER OUR FREE EMPLOY
TO TIIL LADIES OF
To appear Lovely and Up-to-Date for our CARNIVAL, call
at Bear's D;ugr Store and get a battle of PERLLACREAE
and USE it VIGOROUSLY EVERY DAY, and sec how your
COMPLEXION LIVENS op. BEAR has it and s.lls it at
25 and 50 cents a fcottle. NOTHING JUST like PERL-
la-cree. The BEAR'S Drng Store, CARNIVAL WEEK,
will be HEADQUARTERS for everybody wanting GOOD DRUGS
and nice TOILET GOODS. Just opposite the Gty Hall.
We mrry eTerTthinR known in MUSICAL
IN ST RUM p.nts nil.) a l:;'iloaijOUH of 0 cent
PHEKT MUSH'. 1'arnloiruFs Fent free to hdv
on.' in the lorriiory. PiAN'OP: Knabe Fi?fbe'r,
Albrecht anil other KiU dradc instruments.
W. S. Jenhtns Temple of Music.
Patten Grand Building.
Phoenix, Arizona.
Dr. ALICE LAWSON,
the divine healer, cures all curable dis
eases and habits, removes abscession.
Tuesday and Friday afternoons. Free
to those that are not able to pay. Of
fice hfturs, 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., at the Dor
ris, No. 30 North Second avenue.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.
ii P. Manker, Proo.
Good rigs ii nil hours. Bcnnlire horses H
specialty. Saddle ponies fer rent by the day
or month.
W. Madison St., between First end Sec-'- Ave
Telephone 190.
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 if
your eyes give you trouble. Many
cases of headache are caused by the
eyes.
DR. B. CAR,0LD,
Scientific Optician ard Kye Sjieeinlist.
21 South First Avenue
STOVES, HEATERS,
Csrioad Rates. Bought Before the
Rise. Right Prices.
Abell, Wilbur, Mullen Co.
vMSSA... ...TEMPER
1 Patrons!
Men's Heavy Fleeced Shirts and Draw
ers; all sizes. Tuc value for
50c
Men's Natural Wool Underwear, stand-
ard $1'00 grade fr
KRr
Men's Fine Lamb Wool Underwear, ail
sizes; $1.50 value for
$1.00
See the Iine ot Boys' Suits, 4 to 16, we
sell for
$1.35
MEN'S FINE SUSPENDERS, GOOD
FANCY WEBS AXD WOVEN
EXDS
25c
Men's Heavy Sweaters, extra good
yarn; just the kind for working or
cycling
50c
MEN'S BLACK WORSTED WORK
ING PANTS, SATIN STRIPE
75c
othing
House
MENT OfTICE.
3
PHOENIX:
ESTABLISHED I88P.
LADIES,
When you come to the carnival
would be pleased to have your order
for an up-to-date
TAILOR-MADE SUIT.
Remember, this is the only place in
the territory to get them made.
NICHOLSON,
The fashionable Tailor,
43 West Washington Strcft. Phoenix. AriioH.
?mi$M !?Mm mto
Have you ever seen a trunk made? If
not, Doster of the Phoenix Trunk fac
tory can show you how it's done. II
makes trunks all the time. His stock
is very complete and he will enjoy at
tending to your trunk wants.
S-J. DOSTER, Prop.
CITRUS FRUIT TREES
The largest stock in the stat of Osl
fofmla. The lowest prices. All Tnop
Plianita rfotirfuonfl Bruit Trees,
Deiry Pianits. Catalogue free.
S. L. WATMNS, Lotus, California
COOK RANGES.

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