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TELE ARIZONA EEEUJ5IiICANi SUNDAY JIOEUINe, DECEMBER 10, 1899. 0 You Can Get Three Times as Much At the Pawnbrokers On a CLEVELAND Bicjcle As you can on any other bicycle made. What is the reason of this? It means that a second-hand CLEVELAND is not worn out. and that it sills three times as quick as any other make, and for three times as much. "When you start to pay $30 to $40 for a bicycle here (that sells in other cities for half or two-thirds that much), stop and think a minute and see if it would not be economy for you to pay $50 and get the best. Get our CLEVKLAXD catalog and study it over. PINNEY & ROBINSON, Bicycles, Typewriters, Pliolo Stock and Sportina Goods. CslaDltsfecd 1553. 40 North Center Street. Phoenix. "Y0 'JUNO' TRAIL OF THE CA2EIVAL Ho w the Event is Sized Up After Its Passing. j Phoenix a-.voke yesterday morning with a headache, the product of a week ipnrs l I of deep, but not unhcallhful dissipa- tion. All that remained of the carni- is absolutely the best Coffee j va! were the dccoralions and arc! es and the work of tearing the-m down 1 vas begun. All the arches were re- 1 moved and the bunting was stripped ; from public buildings, rolled up and ! i packed away to be u d in anotntr carnival. Most of the private decora were the words of the best Coffee judge j tjr.ns were not disturbed. At carnival headquarters Secretary I have ever used and I have , tried them all," In Phoenix, and he is right. You are ; Hoffman was busily engaged in set- fcolish to pay more money lor tonee , tiing with heads ofcommittees and try- when we sell JUXO-MOCHA and ; in? to find out precisely where the en- I torprise stands. Most of the subscrip- JAVA for tiens, amounting to between ?6,000 and . ! ST. 000, will be collected. The secretary AO CentS per POUnd. ; thinks that not more than $100 will re- I main unpaid. The concessions raised the carnival fund to more than $7,000 ar.d the receipts from the sale of tick : cts to the various amusements during i the week slightly exceeded $1,600. There j is $160 about which there is a dispute I between the carnival committee and Is the best Coffee ever sold in Arizona I the Elks. The committee had agreed ! to give the Elks all the receipts at the lor the money. j park on Elks' day or Wednesday. At Our "AN KOLA" D. H BURTIS, THE UP-TO-DATE PLUNBEJ?, will fit you up a bath room that would make Lucullus and the voluptuous Roman emperors green with envy, if they could see the luxury that is in our fine open sanitary plumbing, with por celain lintd tub and nickel plated plumbing, all at a reasonable cost. TOMi3 IX AND MAKE A VISIT." 11 I r 2Lkli XSXHjSf V 31 E. 'asliinglon Slrect. j SEE THE NEW GAS HEATERS PHOENiX LIGHT AND flJtL CO. J t Pattern for IGC9. srjsjXhanfcsgiviBg is Past, cost is : :H- CHRISTMAS is Next. there was no agre REmo and that it calculation. Just how much the rrrnival cost is not known. Some of the bills have not ; been presented, but tht-re is in that there will be a surplus. Th cral impression is that the carnival ! was a good thing. Merchants ! are generally pleased with the ! result and suggest that the ; carnival be made an annual event. Mr. Tain Korrick suggests that work on it j be commenced at once; that a perma- j nent carnival committee be formed be- fore the present organization disbands, j Ke subscribed S"0 M the event ju:-t ; closed and says he is ready to sub- j s-riLe $"0 to another one. i The visitors were generally well pleased. Some complaint has been i n.ade about the charges for admission j to, or rather for Scats at the park, ' Liglnburne plaza and the race track. They think that since they came here on the invitation of the carnival com mittee to spe-nd their money, the amusements rhouid have been made free. I Our store just bristling with Holi day Gifts. We have all kinds of Fancy China in abundance, .'also a large line of Souvenir "Ware. A specialty in Arizona iews. The neatest ever before offered in Aus trian and German ware. Also dolls from the smallest to the largest of all kinds and all prices. Doll car riages, go-carts, wagons; in fact, anything you may want for a pres ent for any one. Step in and be convinced. GREATEST OF VALUES IN UNDERWEAR On the other hand, most of the vis itors go away satii-iied, with a belter feeling toward Phoenix. Mr. Reese M. Ling called at The Re- j publican office last night to express on I behalf cf the Elks of Preseott their thanks and expression of good will to j the Elks and citizens of Phoenix for j their warm hospitality shown in many ; Preseott is further expressed in the following by the Journal-Miner yt.3 terday, under the heal of "The Phoe nix Carnival:" 'Vhoc-nix has just reason to be proud of her carnival, which has just closed. : their visit and visiting Elks were not From re-turning excursionists nothing permitted to spend anything in th? but the highest U-rms of praise are v.av of entertaining themselves. As REMEMBER THE PLACE. 35 Arc Light Row, S EST WASHINGTON STREET, H;R.C. LoseleyS Co. READ BETWEEN THE LSNES Ladies' ribbed Tests and Pants, silver gray, matchless price, 2oc Ladies' ribbed Vests and Pants with flat covered seams, price 35c L adies' Jersey ribbed Tests in silver and natural, fit well Pants, 65c Undyed natural avooI Tests and Pants with full woven seams, $1.25 Fleece lined, ribbed Union Suits in silver gray, extra value, 45c Ladies' Oneita style suits, Jersey ribbed, nicely finished, 75c Misses' and Children's Jersey ribbed Tests and Pants in all sizes,25c Boys' ribbed Shirts and Drawers in silver gray, all sizes, 45c Children's Xfriicn Suits in silver gray, all sizes, more than value, 45c Men's ribbed Shirts and Drawers, natural color, all sizes, 35c Men's Vicuna heavy ribbed Shirts and Drawers, fleece finish, 65c Men's natural gray heavy ribbed Shirts and Drawers, all sizes, 75c !tir-t time th- nree'ramme cor.trmnlared heard. Y.'hile. as sir:!-'1, nut n sii-.rrle r,f thom rr.7nir':.-Hl vceff.rjl.ii- ' CentS per POUnd. . r.ot.ung at the park that cay except . word cf complaint nas been heard from 'Everything in Phoenix was as free as i the game of base ball which the Elks any oi and the einzens of Phoenix water to the Frese"ott Eik?.' That were going to piay thems.lve-s. Later generally are praised for the complete there has been some undercurrent of I in the day the programme was changed arrangements made for the aeconimo- prejudice against Phoenix for soma -T . . , by which the Indian school and Tucson dation and cnariainment of visitors, reason or other among a portion of our The SPECIAL MOCHA and JAVA is , j-(u Daji game took place at the park. . the ETks are par'.ieulaiiy proius? in ' people, is well known. The gentle- r VV"C ' xc:tt.-ijLa Li LiidL ...utr v. ti u iuu imrii intj-iryis ui L:it--ii ui unlet iL.in.i3 JL i:::iu ijui'ieu aoo e a iuea Lilac 1..1S land that i3 the money in dispute. Fhoeni.c in the royal reception accord- carnival had done more to do away ' The Elks claim it under the agreement. ' ed them. Nothing was overlooked that with this pre judice and to promote a i The committee on the other hand says would coLtiibute to the enjovment of better, more kindly and fraternal feel ! I as good as others sell for only ask'2iic for this. Just received direct shipment of j PURE OPEN KETTLE NEW OR- j LEANS MOLASSES. BLACK STRAP New Orleans Mo- j lasses. NEW ORLEANS SORGHUM, at prices that bring tears to competitors' eyes. PURE APPLE CIDER. Large QUEEN OLIVES. SAUER KRAUT. LAMB TONGUES, TRIPE, CHOW CHOW, and hundreds of other good things, at the store that's always busy. - r!-r rs!- rs.- rwj.- w . 1 ME A LKIRE Co. LEADERS OP LOWEST PRICES I r- . a r i rT tin pur sirTAi nxnr r v C 1C UUlIlg Lilt? UUS(AiCi3 JM- I fAf the town. Our fresh roasted goods are j sure winners. St O McKEE'S CASH STORE The Originators of Low Prices in Groceries. Pemberton block, opposite court house. y Telephone 263. ' t& 5 W o - i Zy.jk q I I HE. fUtU niFILL I ; SVf k : DID . A Select Resort The Great Store of Phoenix -i C k - N" SS I . , J x" ' - . N x W -" 5 lW 4 DURING THE CARMIVAL We will be attending to business just as though nothing had happened. Our business is drugs. We understand it, and carry every thing that .belongs in a first-class and reliable Pharmacy; note that we are centrally located. Your wants will be attended to with accuracy and promptness. Vis itors will be made to feel at home. ll , -. Ufgm J, SB SlLLL I iIL uLLInlX Wticiwuld I CAST WASHINGTON STflECT, Adjoininfl the National Bank of Arlzora for Gentlemen. OUR SPECIALTY I I2year-oId Diamond Crown Whhky. 1 : x i PRIVATE ROOMS i 5 c r wnic r : : 7vTi ing between the two towns than any-tiling- that has ever happened. "During" the week nearly five hund red people from Preseott here visited expressions every hand opinion ex- lUIIIIIIIIIWHM FOf? SRliE. Section 18.2 north, 3 cast, four mile north of i J'J.'Sk Five Points unil one-halx ibile went of Cduter , tj treet. , JZ Owjnsr the nr time of dirsolnt'nn 'I ! i'5 A cordial invitation is extended to visitors and i Phoenicians. We have always heen the Store I cq lo5" for the people and have shown in years one by m 01 that our Store was the dieapest place to purchase good goods. We now occupy the large Gardner Hall, above our double store, which gives us bet- j ter facilities to wait upon our many patrons. You j will find at our store a telephone to be used free j by any one wishing to converse with their friends, j Do not hesitate to use i:at any time. This Carni- j val week we will open a special sale in all our different departments. A visit will be proof j j enough to convince any one wishing to purchase good merchandise tuat our store is the store, u e j have a special Package Department in charge of I a competent man and we will gladly take care of J your parcels for you. We will have open house all this week and want all strangers to consider our Store their headquarters. Any information cheeifull given. iyiTe,ii,:j?-- '--v.'! TO ATTACK REBELS. President Castro Says the Army Is in Splendid Condition. rnrtrjerKliiii in the aoove wciioo it is offered lor ule at toe low price of $32 pep Acre, In'paPt op tuhola to suit panebescr. Tbe section is mostly in alfalfa, well fenced : 160 acrei with hog wire nettiDe, excellent well water, bearing crcbard, good hoase, etc., with full waterrightfl. Terms, one fourth down, tial usee long ur sbort time: interest, A per cent. For further particulars inquire on place or ad ores P. O. Box The Journal-lline-r congratulates our sister city on the success of its carnival and sincerely hopes that the friendly ties formed through it, be tween the citizens cf Preseott and Phoenix may be more firmly cemented with time and be as lasting as the everlasting hills." 0 SLEPT 131 A CHICZEN COOP A Erave Little Tucson Brj Who Took in the Carnival. The following from the Tucson Star tells how one of the bright little fel lows in the red suiis tock in the car nival. He seems to have had a good time, notwithstanding the fact that things did not always roll smoothly, with him. The juvenile band made a j big hit and lols of friends in Phoenix tiyV j and if the young man had made his vf-J I nece'ties known while here he would ""V not have beer, to the trouble of send er fi-y j inS" home for money. lie proved him I self, however, to be a real Bohemian and his demands were certainly mod est. The Star says: The small boy who manipulates the s I a child letter, sure enough: "riioenix, Dec. jA j cymbals in the juvenile band write iooi-iis Vfi !'s s'ster Lulu from Phoenix. It is : Caracas, Venezuela, Dec. 9. Presi dent Castro arrived here today and was enthusiastically received. He says the army under General Pietri is in splendid condition and will soon give decisive battle to the Hernandez in surgents. He says the people are man ifestly tired of fighting and he intends to adopt the most energetic measures to put down the revolution. o SPAIN' S FINANCIAL PROBLEM. Madrid, Dec. 9. In the chamber to day Sencr Villaverde, the minister of finance, stated that he was absolutely opposed to the scheme for provincial financial autonomy, demanded by Catalonia. FULL DRESS j SHIRTS THE MONARCH FULL- DRESS SHIRTS are the fitting SHIRTS made. Try one and be convinced. We J have some thin g new in Foil- i dress TIES. J J J rLL- $ test J j The McDOUGALL-GAGE CO., J i Exelusiva pufnisbevs J A Kext Door to Santa Fe Ky. Office' 1 M 1 K r It -4 f "rVP-lB- are navmg io:s ot tun. warrjn, iutia f.( K irt&A ft F.vv? Ji.'UiiT- A -H2? t and I, but I am so tired at night, lam g&t pk TSAX J?h sleepy at dusk. Some of the kids here T-?J pk i J-f tjh'lU lJ'M-' Slit i iPhoentx kids he means) get funny ifeJtVf55i:-w': U r O rf witn us, out we aon t care, i spent ray H. T. CHAPIN, i isfofo&sel x 1022. Phoenix, Ariz. Z'i-- money what papa gave ra? the first day I was here and I am broke. If some one comes over from there send me ten cents. Little and I slept in a chicken coop. Yours truly. HARRY SCOTT GRAY." o $10 Crepon Skirts for $575 Black Mohair Skirts.. o A, $1.25 This sale will continue all week for the benefit of the visitors in town. 0 Flannelette "Wrappers at Lowest Rates to Carnival Visitors fcefcre going; home CfllCAGO CLOAK AND CLOTHING HOUSE 203 E. Washington St.