rHE ARIZONA BEPUBLTCATST: TIITJTJSDAT MORNING, DECEM O EI? 7tj 1899.
LONG LIVE THE QUEEN!!
The number of ballots cast at T. F,
The Carnival Queen
attests the popularity of
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 long
years of practice cut any figure, you
can leave your prescriptions here, con
fident of their being PROPERLY and
The T. F. Hudson Prescription Pharmacy
26 Kast 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.
Hartwell & Hamaker have now
sale, at their studio, photographs
Monday's and Tuesday's parade.
Drs. Stroud and Craig have removed
their offices to rooms in the new Irvine
building, opposite the Adams hotel, on
Miss Sims, dressmaker. 338 E. Adams.
N. Porter for Hand
12 East Washington
Oysters, Game and Poultry at The
WILLIAMS & HAFFNER.
Strictly high grade "The New
Place." Al and Theo. 9 and 11 West
For excellent meals at reasonaBle
prices go to Coffee Al's restaurant.
Everything in season. Short orders a
Dewey Flour, the latest and best. A
guarantee with every sack.
MILTON-BERRYMAN MERC. CO.
Up-to-date The New Place.
WILLIAMS & HAFFNER,
Try a broiled tenderloin steak at
Coffee Al'sv Everything first-class.
A. Spaulding sells real estate.
No. 41 West Adams street,
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.
Don't Fail to
We are going to
move about the first
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
FAT DOLLS, '
WHITE DOLLS and '
It is our purpose to sell these goods
at bottom prices, and while our room is
not half large enough to display our
goods, yet we will do our best to wait
on every one.
Every one is invited to call and look
our store over.
Davidson's Cash Bargain Store,
Four doors east of Postoffice.
Best Plaee to Trade in J rizoja.
DON'T FORGET TO GET YOUR
TajrSfor ?arniual ffi$?t
IMMENSE STOCK, ALL KINDS AT THE
PHOENIX STATIONERY AND NEWS CO.
10.12 Vest Washington Street.
OP T H H
The following weather conditions pre
vailing in Phoenix yesterday were re
ported by the United States weather
5:30 a. m. 5:30 p. m.
Barom. pressure 19.92 29.82
Tom. dry bulb 45 68
Tem. wet bulb 3S 50
Tern, maximum 6 75
Tem. minimum -15 41
Relative humidity 54 21
Wind, direction W W
Wind, velocity 1 4
Precipitation 0 0
State of weather Pt. Cldy. Clear.
WAITING TELEGRAMS. The
Western Union Telegraph company
have waiting telegrams for: Mrs. Sue
R. Yaple, Miss Abbie Parrott, Mrs. W.
R. Berdet, L. D. Smith, D. T. Johnson
and Abram Molina.
BUSY POLICE COURT WEEK.
This has been a busy week in police
' court. Seventeen cases were tried on
Monday, hiteen on Tuesday and three
yesterday. A preponderance of the de
fendants are hobos and the rest are
drunks of one grade or another. The
city jail is now swollen by twenty-five
BUTQHERS ELECT OFFICERS.
The semi-annual meeting of the Butch
ers' Protective association of Arizona,
was held yesterdayl at the Hotel
Adams. The following officers wore
elected for the ensuing term: Presi
dent, W. H. Smith, Prescott; vice pres
ident, C. T. Hurley, Phoenix: secretary,
J. L. Gant. Phoenix; treasurer, J. T.
A SENATOR'S FAMILY. The mart
prominent winter residents of Phoenix
are the wife and daughters of United
States Senator H. D. Money, of Mis
sissippi. They have taken the resi
dence of Mrs. C. A. Luke at the corner
of Second and Monroe streets and will
remain in the city during the winter.
They will probably be joined about the
holidays by Senator Money.
A CARNIVAL FIRE. The carnival
decorations in front of the Evans In,-
eiineni rouuwu, usf-
midnight from a Chinese lantern. The !
fire was immediately discovered, but
before it could be extinguished all the ;
. . 1.. i-. i ,. ,
bunting had been burned away for a
length of more than a hundred feet,
and the woodwork of the porches was
BACK AGAIN. Mr. P. A. Phillips
and family left for Oklahoma last i
spring, making the journey 'overland
in a wagon as time was the cheapest
thing on hand. The view of the country
gained in this way was interesting. Mr.
Phillips returned Sunday and reports
that for all practical purposes Ari
zona is still in the lead. His family
accompanied him as far as Bowie, then
left for Globe on a visit to friends.
UNDESERVED SLAPPING. Jose
Perez was in Justice Johnstone's court
yesterday on a charge of striking his
wife on the mouth. He was sent to jail
for twenty clays, it appearing to the
court that Senora Perez's mouth did
not need slapping, so that the admin
istration of it partook of the character
of an assault. Jesus Cruz, charged
with selling liquor to an Indian, was
held to the United States grand jury.
AWAITING ITS OWNER. There is
a lady's Crescent wheel, almost new,
at Justice Johnstone 3 office,, await
ing its owner when she recovers
from a fright to which she was sub-
jected. Two women collided, or near-;
' ly collided, with a wagon on Washing-
ton street. Both fell off their wheels
! and when they got up from the ground
' they made a rush for the sidewalk,
, leaving the wheels lying where they
j fell. Nobody saw them stop running
' and nobody has yet made inquiry
about the wheels.
IRRIGATION EXHIBIT. City Zan
jero Al Arthur is preparing an irriga- I
tion exhibit for the edification of east
ern visitors. The city ditches have
been cleaned out, water will be turned
into them today or tomorrow, and a
: half dozen men will be employed to di
rect it through the town. This is not a
very interesting exhibit to those who
are familiar with irrigation, but noth
ing in Phoenix is more attractive for
the first time to one from the eastern
and middle states than the method by
which trees and vegetation are made
to thrive in the arid region.
FRIDAY NIGHT. Phoenix gained
an unsavory reputation at her first
carnival on account of the flour throw
ing on the night of the grand mas
querade which marked its closing
hours. It has been announced that
nothing of that kind will be coun
tenanced this year. All should bear
this in mind and impress the fact on
any who may be inclined to disturb
good order. In this connection com- J
plaint has ben made at this office that I
many who do not intend to mask are I
preparing to make things unpleasant i
for those who do. It si-ems scarcely j
creditable that such is the case, but if i
there are such i!l-tempnred people in j
town they should immediately proceed
to regulate themselves in accordance ;
with the existing order of things. Fri-
day night is to be carnival night and I
it is to be a lively one. Everyone who j
can get away from business will be
out en masque and will be out for fur.
not deviltry. Two things should be re- I
membered. The streets are free. If
one has no time to engage in the
pleasures of the hour he should be al
lowed to go his way unmolested and
! undisturbed. Important business, sick
j ness and professional calls are ever
I present and some bear a weight of
sorrow while others are happy. On
the other hand, those who do n t
choose to mask should just as politely
keep hands oil and offer no interfer
ence to the festivities of the occasion.
IMPORTED DISCORD. The Glubi
Times has a paragraph on the subje -t
of beauty contests, inspired by the r -cent
election of a mcid of honor for the
Phoenix carnival queen. The Times
man must either be a sanguinary sort
of a fellow, or imagine that everyone
else in Gila county is. Some good day
it is to be hoped Globe will be as big
as Phoenix and be able to have a car
nival of her own. Perhaps she will be
down here with a cargo of lmuort-.d i
discord to dispose of. If she do?s, it !
wiii be all right and Phoenix wil! bid j
her welcome, as the capital city has '
an antitoxin prepared from good n:t- i
ture that prevents any disastrous r - I
suits from that kind of poison. An
if this does come to pass: Phoenix will j
do her best to send as pretty a mad,
to Globe as the Gila county people did j
to Phoenix, even at the expense of (lis-
turbing the mental equilibrium of tie I
mountain people. The Times man j
says: "There is everything to lose j
and nothing to win by these beauty
contests, maid of honor contests,
shows, etc. We may live in harmony
and love so profoundly that it is
envy of angels: we may shout for ea
other, and whoop'em up for the town
and dwell for years in unity a
tion, but the instant one of th
tests arise we spring at each othei's
throat and the whole country is in
tumult. Well, we will ail live it down.
and the next man who comes to town j
trying to stir up the social vitais of j
Globe with a dose of imported discoid i
will find there has been a radical
change in the climate over here. 'He
drew his sword in the contest, and he
swore he'd never sheathe her, but poor
little Viek is goldarn'd sick and it
wasn't his fault either.' "
McKelligon's wnere you can get the
finest hand-made sour mash, bourbon !
and and Pennsylvania rye whiskies.
' COfTEE ROASTED
PRESCOTT "WAS DEFEATED.
A Small Crowd Witnessed a Kost Is- j
terestmg tame Yesterday. j
jionarohs 17. Prescott 0.
At 190 clot' yesterday morn,,
Prescott foot ball team met the
archs of Phoenix at the iai Tho
crowd did not get up early enou.'ih lo
witness the game, and th"r was but
a small crowd out when the whistle
called the players to action.
It was unfortunate for the lovers of
foot ball that the game was no move
generously patronized, for smh play
ing should be encouraged. Th? Mon
archs demonstrated their superior
strength and won fairly,
played with spirit and dash
aaaave a i
MATTERS OF RECORD,
The following instruments reported !
by the Phoenix Title Guaranty and Ab- j
stract company were filed in the office ;
of the county recorder yesterday:
Herbert R. Patrick to Grace Perlcy
Robinson, deed to lot 13. block , Seger's
addition; consideration, S'jCO. :
Cyrus Shaw and wife to S. W. J. j
Rowen, deed to 15 acres in nvi, sec i
tp 1 n, r 3 e; consideration. $S00. ;
Robert Stapley and wife to W. M. I
Sloan, deed to nt ses'-. sec 29. tn 1 n. !
t. . . 1
Josiah Harbert to Harbert Farms !
Co., deed to lands in sec 23 and H6, tp :
e, and sec 13 and 20,
tp 2 n. r 4
e. about 1,3:!3 26-100 acres;
A Call for a Statehood M
The people of Arizona are urgently j
requested to meet on Friday, December
S. at ' o'clock, at th( Paltnn Crnn.l for'
the purpose of devising ways and
means to secure statehood for Arizona!
Oklahoma ami New Mexico have held I
such meetings and appointed commit-
tees to visit Washington in the inter-
LEADING ARIZONA JEWELER
STORES AT I
yj J J J J 7 1 J S J 7 7 T T j
OUR STOCK IS HOW COM
Fragrant and Refrcshinc: Teas.
Chase & Sanborn
Finest Domestic and Imported Cheese
Delicious Boiled Ham Sliced.
& Our Salt Mackerel
CALL AND INSPECT OUR IMMENSE
STOCK. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT.
E. S. WAKEUN
Fresh Frog Legs
received daily during
Carnival Week at
4 nilli PlfJpj
GOc per gallon.
viui j .
Imported Green Olives.
j Phoenix Green and Ripe
German Dill Pickles.
' .j. , ,
j CIIl I ICKIPS.
Sweet Stuffed Pickles.
j Pickled Onions.
JIlIlCG Meat ullll
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Price List on Application.
Special attention given to
uut-of -town shipments.
; est of statehood for the territoreis
! mentioned and opportunity is at hand
' when Arizona should do likewise. The
purpose of this meeting is to discuss
the best methods to adopt to secure
our admission to the Union, to appoint
a committee of c'tizens to go to Wash
ington and do all in our power othiT-
to advance tiie interests of state-
' hood. Able speakers from various
parts of the territory will address the
i meeting. Inasmuch as a large number
' of men are in Phoenix from the vari
j out counties of Arizona, we think the
j time opportune for such a call,
i CHARLES R. DRAKE,
! Chairman of the Republican Ten i'
I torial Committee.
T. E. FARIPH,
i Chairman Democratic Territorial Com
W. H. BURGAGE,
i Democratic National Committeeman
' from Arizona.
The best people on earth. That's th
Elks. See the minstrels tonight.
V 7 7777727? 777777 J7T7yrl
Celebrated Coffees. 23
arc fine and meaty.
iRIIYTftN more rooms
Don't miss the Miners'
We are drilling to bed-rock prices
i 3 -H?K-s;?v-'JV'i'
In response to many repeated re
quests by those desiring "Mother's
Bread," but who do not always find it
convenient to semi to the baker:, we
have yielded to the pressing demands
for a free delivery to all parts of the
city. Those desiring wagon to call
please leave word at Arizona i-akory
and they will t.- waited on promptly
FREDERICK S. MURDOCK.
If you want the best results in ko
dak finishing in quick order, take your
films to Mealey, No. 13 East Washing
V.TSRSCK & LATHAM,
32 North. Pirsl Avenue.
Official Information BureuU
"THERE ARE OTHERS" j
But none to compare with
for nice rooms and accommodations
since MRS. A. HARRY GEORGE has j
taken possession. Right opposite
HOTEL ADAMS. Electric Lights, Por
celain Bath and Telephone.
And Finishing. Eest work and lowest
The Thoto Stock House.
P1NNEY & ROBINSON,
40 North Center St.
SEE THE PINE SHELL
COMBS AND BRUSHES.
Would make fine Christmas presents.
LADIES are especially invited to come
in and rest during the carnival, and
occupy our waiting room. Don't cost
THOMAS' DRUG STORE.
20 E. WASHINGTON ST.
I have all kinds of iloney for Loins j
on Good Ileal Kstate at Lowest Hates. !
Large or small loans made on monthly I
payments or on Ions time. j
If you contemplate building or wish
to change your plan of payments or j
reduce your rate of interest see
E. E. PASCOE,
7 South First Avenue, j
The Adams Shaving Parlor
HOTEL ASAMS, PHOtMX.
J. W BOLTON, rrop. F. P. POLK, Foreman.
AN UP-TO-DATE SHOP ...
Od1 KeRul.tr Trices C'hnrped. ETerything tn
oux Parlor a Sie:raltv.
ALL KINDS W ITF.T.V PROMPTLY
Your orders olcitcd. Tclsphone 291
OFHUt-btar l-odBlnu House. - j
J ie eel Shoe Co.
8 "WEST WASHINGTON STREET?.
A SPIRITED CASE
l i ir
sampled them is ever after a
w m m m
t m i. it.
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
- O'Neill Building, Cor, Adams and First Avenue.
To hang your framed pictures from "chains" is the proper thing now.
Fashion says be right in style. Take off that unsightly wire cord and get
LOOP AND SAFETY HOOK CHAINS
Square Links. At 25c. per pair.
Perhaps you need a new frame or
picture. Christmas just three
weeks away. Make your selection
now from $1.50 up. Especially good
values for $3.50 and $5. We store
them free, and cuarantee saf and
640 acres, four miles from Phoenix, nearly all in alfalfa, with fully paid
water rijrht in Arizona canal. $32 per acre. Will sell in tracts of eighty
acres or more; one-fourth cash, balance five years, at 6 per cent. BIG BARGAIN.
J. ERNEST WALKER,
NOTARY PUBLIC. 26 S.
We wish to announce that we are the Agents for
"OLD HICKORY" WAGONS, " MOLINE
plows" and "Mccormick mowers."
We also carry a Large Line of Carriages. On and after
December 1st, we will be open for business at Kemp Hard
ware Co.'s old stand, South First Street, opposite City Hall.
PRATT, GILBERT & CO.-
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 ranch, well improved,
in three miles or less of Phoenix.
Not heard of it? Well,
just ask anyone familiar
with our stock what our
Wines and Liquors
ate like. You will hear,
more in their praise than
we would dare say.
Everyone who has
205-207 E. WASHINGTON ST.
surance and Loans.
Second Ave., Hibbard Bld'cc.
301 and 302 Fleming Block
SEE THE PCINT?
You must not think that people
wearing glasses have diseased eyes.
Such is not the case. Astigmatism
Short, Far and Old-sightedness r are
not diseases, but local troubles, easily
corrected by the use of properly fitted
glasses. It is necessary to consult a
specialist along these lines, but go
to an Optician who has made the
sight a life study and is in a position
to diagnose your case absolutely cor
rect. I have the latest instruments
known to Optical science. With these
instruments in the hands of a thor
ough, competent Optician, it is almost
impossible to err.
Ford Hotel Block.
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