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THE BEPUJBLICAN: ARIZONA SATTJllOAX MOnOTNe, DECEMBJEB 1, 1899.
THERE ARE DRUG STORES ASO DRCG STORES. R U Satisfied that your medicines are properly compounded? That the prices are right? That your druggist is honest and capable? IP NOT There is a Drug Store ! The T. F. HIDSON PHARMACY. You will not be disappointed in the place, PRICES or Goods. 26 E. Washington St. Telephone 113. Cards f thanks, notices pertaining to realizations and societies, church fairs or socials, will not be printed In the Republican except when paid for. LOCAL BREVITIES. NOTICE. Until further notice the Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa stage office of L. W. Collins will be at the Phoenix bakery. Telephone S9 and 265. The change was made necessary on account of yester day's fire. L. W. COLLINS. Mohn & Easterling have moved their undertaking parlors from the corner of Washington street and Fifth avenue to 118 North Center street. REMOVAL NOTICE. Drs. Stroud and Craig have removed their offices to rooms in the new Irvine building, opposite the Adams hotel, on Center street. MlM Sims, dre:snaker. 338 E. Adams. N. Porter for Hand Made lit East Washington Street. Harness. Oysters, Game and Poultry at TBe New Place. WILLIAMS & HAFFNER. Strictly high grade "The New Place." Al and Thoo. 9 and 11 West Washington street. Up-to-date The New Place. WILLIAMS & HAFFNER. E. A. Spauldlng sells real estate. Of fice No. 41 West Adams street. FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS. Mrs. Wlnslow'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 ! ! 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 te sell our entire enormous stock of CHRISTMAS GOODS, consisting of QUADRUPLE PLATED SILVER GLASSWARE. CHINA. DRESSED DOLLS, , UNDRESSED DOLLS, BIG DOLLS, LITTLE DOLLS. LONG 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 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 Postofflce. Beit Place to Trade in i.rizoja. OP TflH TOWfl PHOENIX WEATHER. The following weather conditions pre railing In Phoenix yesterday were re ported by the United States weather bureau: 5:30 a. m. 5:30 p. m. Barom. pressure 30.12 30.06 Tern, dry bulb 36 60 Tern, wet bulb 28 44 Tem. maximum 57 66 Tern, minimum 33 ' 34 Relative humidity 30 20 Wind, direction E 0 Wind, velocity 5 0 Precipitation 0 0 State of weather Clear. Pt Cl'dy. DAILY BULLETIN Reports received at Phoenix, Arii., on December 5, 1899. Observations taken at all stations at S a. m., 75th meridian time. Place of observation. Barom. Tem. Phoenix , clear 30.12 36 Boston, raining 29.82 50 Chicago, clear 30.52 JO Denver, clear 30.42 2 El Paso, clear 30.34 26 Flagstaff, pt cloudy 30.20 32 Los Angeles, pt cloudy 30.08 4S New .York, cloudy 29.92 46 San Diego, cloudy 30.08 46 San Francisco, cloudy 29.76 56 St. Louis, snowing 30.62 16 St. Paul, clear 30.48 10 Washington, clear 30.18 38 Yuma, pt cloudy 30.08 40 Forecast for Arizona Cloudy to night: rain Saturday; warmer tonight. BETHANY CHAPEL. Bethany Mis sion Chapel, Sabbath school, 3 p. m.; preaching, 7 p. m., sermon by Rev. Lapsley A. McAfee. NOTARIAL APPOINTMENTS. The following commissioners of deeds for Arizona were appointed yesterday: Alfred Mackay of New York, and Ar thur A. Farrey of Boston. Notorial commissions were issued to T. H. Barclay of Chloride, and Robert W. Parker of Fort Grant. A CARNIVAL MEETING. A meet ing of the executive committee of the carnival association will be held at the board of trade rooms at 2 o'clock this afternoon for the purpose of clos ing up the affairs of the association. All members are requested to be pres ent. A HAPPY UNION. Dr. William Lawrence Woodruff was married in Kansas City on December 12 to Julia L. Woodruff of Camden, N. J. Stephen A. Northrop of the First Baptist church of Kansas City performed the ceremony. Dr. Woodruff arrived in Phcenix Thursday evening with his bride. FOUND A CAPE. Officer William Dowcll last night picked up a lady's plush cape on the sidewalk and has it ' in his possession at the city hall, A TESTING DAIRY COWS. Since the man . and two women passed up the milk question came up one of the lead street a few moments before and in all ing physicians of the city told a lo;al probability it belonged to one of the j dairyman that he did not wish to re ladies, but the officer not knowing her commend his milk, ''or for that matter. address cannot return it. It can be , had on identification. CLOSING THE MAIL. Hereafter the mail for the south and for all Southern Pacific points will close on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 4:45 p. m. On all other days it will close at 6:30 p. m. as usual. This is made nec essary by the new M. & P. time sched ule by which the Wednesday and Sat urday trains leave early in. order to make connection with the overland flyer. WOODMEN ELECT OFFICERS. Phoenix Camp No. 5 Woodmen of the World, at their regular meeting held Thursday night, elected the following officers to serve during the ensuing term: Council commander, F. O. Rich mond; adviser lieutenant, J. B. Alex ander; clerk, W. G. Pendleton; banker, C. L. Lauer, escort, Robert Hayes; physicians. Dr. Hughes, Dr. Dameron; watchman, Harry Proops; sentry, Charles Fickas; managers, M. A.Crouse and J. E. Bates. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Cor ner Adams street and Third avenue; services tomorrow as follows: Sabbath school, 9:45 a. m.; preaching, 11 a. m., sermon by the pastor. Rev. Lapsley A. McAfee, text. Matt. 7:16, theme, "Fruit:" special music by quartette with offertory' solo by Mrs. Barnes: Y. P. S. C. E., 6:30; evening service, 7:30, sermon by pastor, theme, "Concerning Prejudices;" music led by chorus choir with special music by chorus and quartette. FIRST M. E. CHURCH. First M. K. church, corner Second avenue and Monroe street, Rev. C. V. Cowan, pas tor; services tomorrow as follows: ' Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.: preaching j by the pastor at 11 a. m., theme, "The j Triumph of Faith;" Junion League, 3 , p. m.; Epworth League at 6:30, leader, Mrs. Mathews; evening service at 7:30; the character study for this evening's discourse is "Lot the Self Seeker." The ; Indian school orchestra of thirteen pieces will furnish music for the even ing service, jvu are coruiany mviLtru to attend these services. CHANCE FOR YOUNG OFFICERS. A letter was received at the gover nor's office yesterday from Mrs. Ed ward Belcher of San Francisco desir ing the names, ages and addresses of P commissioned officers less than renty-one years of age who served from Arizona in the war with Spain or in the Philippines. Mrs. Belcher says the object of her inquiry is to Have you seen the fine DRESSED DOLL The Phoenix Stationery Meis Co Are going to give away on Christmas Morning? If not, come and see it and let us show you our immense stock of HOLIDAY GOODS of all kinds. gather information which will aid her in securing the passage by the present congress of a bill to give opportunity to such commissioned officers to take the examination preparatory to a West Point cadetship. THE WHIPSAW MINE. Ike Hesler, the veteran freighter, was in town yes terday after a load of supplies for the Whipsaw mine. He says that forty men are employed there now and that lumber and machinery for a forty-ton smelter are coming in. There is enough ore in sight for an eight months' run. and the work of uncovering it has hardly begun. Mr. Hesler has taken the contract for hauling for the com pany and as soon as the smelter is in operation he will put on 100 teams transferring coke and other supplies. Castle Creek siding will be made the shipping point for the mine. KEMP STOCK TRANSFERRED. J. B. Long & Company yesterday took possession of the hardware stock of the Henry E. Kemp company, the suc cessful bidder at the recent sale hav ing failed to pay in the amount of his bid, $9,000. That is the price paid by the present purchaser. Mr. Long was one of the original bidders, but his figures were considerably below those of the highest bidder, Ed Metcalf, who was understood to be acting for Mr. Kemp. The next highest bidder was Ezra W. Thayer. The "Company" of the new firm is understood to be Mrs. Pauline O'Neill. The stock of the J. B. Long Hardware company will be moved to the Kemp location. GLASS EATING HORSE. There is a horse at the Club livery stable charged with electricity, or at least he ought to be. He is a long-legged, gangling animal. His owner. Henry George, has noticed for some time his infatuation for an incandescent light burning in front of him. He kept try ing to touch it with his nose. He suc ceeded and set the light to swinging. He kept it m motion and when it swung near enough to him he seized it, bit it oft and swallowed it. Mr. George, who happened to be watching the ex hibition, said the horse spit out a very little of the glass: "It never fazed him," said Mr. George: "he didn't even make a face and when I hung up an other lamp in front of him last night he tried to get at it." EPWORTH LEAGUE MEETING. The Epvorth League of the First Methodist church held its regular monthly social and business meeting last evening at the parsonage, about fifty persons being present. The fol lowing programme, was .rendered: Opening hymn, prayer by Rev. ,C. V. Cowan,, solo and recitation by Miss Hazel Cowan, talk on "Early Christ ianity," by the pastor. After transact ing a lot of business the election of offi cers for the ensuing year was held, re sulting as follows: President. Dr. George B. Pratt; first vice president president, ! president, j Edgar Wilson; second vice Mrs. J. A. Copeland: third vice presi- i dent. Miss Nellie Battin, fourth 2C president, Mrs. C. T. Hirst: sccreta Edwin Bennett; treasurer, Albert Hill; organist. Miss Carrie Christy; ushers Ray Cowan and Miss May Wilson. Re- j ports from all the officers showed a wonderful growth in membership, and advancement in all lines of work. the milk from any local dairy until his cows were thoroughly tested for their j general healthf ulness. The same state- j irit-nt was madi bv so manv custom- ! ers of the dairy that the proprietor has decided that it will be for his own interest to do so, and has therefore ar ranged with Dr. Norton to have entire heard not only inspected his but tested with tuberculine. the improved scientific test for tuberculosis. Many eastern states where tuberculosis in cattle is more prevalent, have state laws providing that all dairy cattle en- j tering the state shall be accompanied by a certificate from the state veter- j inanan to the effect tnat they nave been submitted to the tuberculosis test and found free from disease. Dr. Nor ton says, and the statement will allay much apprehension, that the dairy cat tle here are of good quality, remark ably free frem this disease and under the conditions in which cattle are I handled here, any Infection that might appear would not be likely to spread. WATCHCS CLOCKS DIAMONDS SPECIAL DESIGNS MANUFACTURED SILVER NOVELTIES GEO. H. CUT GLASS LEADING ARIZONA JEWELER riNE WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY ' STORES AT sssssjssss - v jjjsssss J ye have just received a fresh im- J portation of v HUNTLEY & PALMER BISCUITS j ; from Reading, England. They are S iihj uuiiiuesL aim must eiegant xisciut jSI ever received in the West. Ladies itj please remember, 1 afternoon, etc. A Mammoth Stock of High Grade Efj Sweets, Chocolate Christmas Trade. E. S. WAKEUN BUXTON'S JUST RECEIVCD Genuine Missouri Apple Cider, 60c per gallon. Imported Green Olives. California Green, Phoenix Green and Ripe Olives. German Dill Pickles. Sour Pickles. Sweet Pickles. Sweet Stuffed Pickles. Sour Kraut. Sweet Relish. Pickled Onions. Mince Meat and Apple Butter. BUXTON'S WHOLESALE AND RETAIL t " a 1 1 j. Pnce List on Application. Special attention given to out-of-town shipments. Only two outbreaks of any consequence have occurred- here and they were in herds shipped into the territory and were quickly destroyed. But three cases have been detected in the last year. The conditions were such that in one of these cases it was quite definite ly settled that the animal contracted the disease from a consumptive person. McKelllgon's where you can get the finest hand-made sour mash, bourben and and Pennsylvania rye whiskies. 0 VELVET FLOUR CONTAINS PEPSIN. DEPUTY ACCUSED OF MURDER. Rome. Dec. 14. The chamber of dep uties has authorized the arrest of one of its members, Signor Pallizzilo, who is accused of having been concerned in the assassination in 1893 of Signor Notarbastolo, ex-manager of the Bank I of Sicily. JEWELRY SILVERWARE IN JEWELRY TO ORDER OPERA CLASSES COOK LEATHER GOODS PHOENIX PRESCOTT TUCSON JEROME EYES EXAMINED FREE ' tY. SCIENTiriCO'TKiAN s s J J J J J J J J J J J 74 when giving an i i Creams, etc., for GROCER CO. .T7. " It does me good to find a Shoe Store a "place where they carry all kinds of Shoes." "I've been buying from dry goods stores, junk shops and what-not, and I am through with it." That is the expression we heard all through the carnival. Think it over, and if you are not satisfied with the wear and fit of your Shoes give us a trial. H. A. Diehl Shoe Go. No. USE FOUND FOR STILTS. Paris, Dec. 14. The Journal says that experiments just finished show that soldiers mounted on stilts can build telegraph lines as quickly as cavalry. POPE'S HEALTH RESTORED. Rome, Dec. 14. The pope has entirely recovered from his recent indisposition. He celebrated mass this morning. QUARANTINE RAISED. London, Dec. 14. Italy and Malta have raised their quarantines against Egypt. SPECIALS. 10-Acre Ranch, Improved. 3 miles rfD from Photn!x,--;.f,uuu 20-Acre Ranch, Improved, with CQflfl water right, - - VUU 40-Acre Ranch. highly improved, fine buildings, oranges and other fruits, and al falfa. A bargain. WEIRICK & LATHAM, Agents 32 North first Avenue. LOANS, INSURANCE AND INVESTMENT. THOMAS'DRUGSTORE. Is the place to get that celebrated Anti Cough Syrup. If it don't stop that cough come back and get your money. Only 25c a bottle. 240 C. WASHINGTON ST. "THERE ARE OTHERS" But none to compare with The OCCIDENTAL for nice rooms and accommodations since MRS. A. HARRY GEORGE has taken possession. Right opposite HOTEL ADAMS. Electric Lights, Por celain Bath and Telephone. GUNS TO RENT. Our stock is all new. Fresh ammuni tion. It shoots better than old stock. Try it and convince yourself. PINNEY & ROBINSON, 40 North Center St. LOANS. I have all kinds of Money for Loans on Good Real Estate at Lowest Rates. Large or small loans made on monthly payments or on long time. If you contemplate building or wish to change your plan of payments or reduce your rate of interest see E. ET. PASCOE, 7 South First Avenue, The Adams Shaving Parlor HOTEL ADAMS, PHOCNIX. J.W BOLTON, Prop. F. P. POLK, Foreman. AN UP-TO-DATE SHOP . . . THREE EXPERT WORKMEN Ool Regular Trices Charged. Ererything la out Parlor a Specialty. AUG. IBEN Emjfloyment Agent ALL KINDS OF HELP PROMPTLY FURNISHED. Yourorderf aoloited. Telsphone 291. OFFICE Star Lodging House. "8 WEST WASHINGTON STREET. NEXT COLD SNAP P When you want a 1 don't forget that TALBOT & HUBBARD PI can suit you in style and SENSIBLE CHRISTMAS GIFTS" Buy things to make house beautiful that are constantly before the eyes, to ' remind one or the giver, and not laid away in a - closet. Come right "to"-' oilr! store and buy one of our handsome . OVAL FRENCH PLATE MIRRORS, or one of our high artistic pictures. Goods like ours never wear out nor grow- , old. They will highly please the recipient. , In our picture department we offer some particularly choice and appro-' priate suggestions . CARBONS, WATER COLORS, ETCHINGS, ENGRAVINGS ul OIL PAINTINGS- All the latest styles In framing from the most expensive to the simplest and cheapest. . . We invite you to make your selection now for Xmas Delivery. 640 acres, four miles .from Phoenix, nearly all in alfalfa; with ' fully paid water right in Arizona canal. J32 per acre. Will sell in tracts - of eighty acres or more; one-fourth cash, balance five years, at 6 per cent. BIG BAR GAIN. ' : J. ERNEST WALKER, ...rriui NOTARY PUBLIC. 26 S. Second Ave., Hlbbard Bid's; ' COMMERCIAL CAFE daily, 35c. Short order service during NOTICE. We wish to announce that we are the Agents for . s "OLD rilCKORY" 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 Cos old stand, South First Street, opposite City Hall. PRATT, GILBERT & CO. . .. GET YOUR" Christmas Supplies FROM THE BARKLEY COMMERCIAL CO. WHOLESALE. FRUITS, VEGETABLES, PRODUCE, NUTS, CONFECTIONS, Etc. j A: 106 108 WEST ADAMS STREET. Wanted A forty-acre ranch, well improved, in three miles or less of Phoenix. DWIGHT B. HEARD, Rooms 30 J and 302 Fleming Block DR. GEO. B. PRATT, OPTICIAN. PHOENIX, i STOVE m 1 price.. 207 E. WASHINGTON ST; la the dining room of the Commer cial hotel, European and American pians. .Regular dinner at 4 p. ;m., the entire day. C2Sl"A BRIGHT CHRISTMAS.' The main object and desire of all Yule-tide giving is to convey real pleasure. To this end we should' select with an object to every day usefulness. The costliest presents often afford the least pleasure because not wisely chosen. There are hundreds of Sis ters, Brothers, Fathers, Mothers and Grandparents with dimmed and strained vision whose sight could al most instantly be restored to normal conditions by the application of proper glasses. Why not give "SOURS new eyes for a Christmas present? Could you give them more pleasure or happi ness? No wiser course could be pur sued unless it be the course that leads to me for the glasses. All kinds, - all prices. An accurate fit guaranteed. 3 G7C 2U5- 10.12 WSl st Washington Street.