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THK ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MOIMTIT7G, OCTOBEB 28, I!KS.
News Items of Interest at Davidson's Cash Store This Week Good Table Oil Cloth, per yard 15c Blue Seal Vaseline, per bottle .re Three Double Sheets of Stick- Kly Paper He Nest Ivggs, White Glass, per dozen 25c The Moore's Merit Steel Ranges, one of the best . baking stoves ever built, fiom$-J0.00 to..$:U.OO Faucj' Lamps from 05c to 512.00 a beautiful picture with ever purchase of $1.05 or more. DAVIDSON'S CASH STORE Phoenix, Arizona Mail orders promptly filled. DARKNESS AD LIGHT Why will you go i in darkness refusin upon the condition their needs? Tarn ersistontly groping ? to be enlightened of your eyi s and to the light avail yourself of search, and th i results f modern re liant the condition of ycur eyes. Why will you endure eyestrain and its accompanying ills when we stand ready to help you V our k-aowlec.ge i !" the human eye en ables us to give a most exhaustive ex amination and to fit glasses yu i '- v; :i c . Accurate adjistment you with the for all defects f vision. DR. PRATT Arizona's Leading Optician WHO SHALL FILL IT m There should be but one ques tion to consider in deciding where to take, your prescrip tions, and that is: Where are the best drills and most accur ate compounding to be had? When we fill your prescrip tion every drug that enters into it has the exact potency the physician desires. Our charges are just as satisfactory as our service. GOODMAN'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Cor. Washington & Center Sts THE CLUB STABLES One block north cf Hotel Ad&m on North Center Street. Nokby turnouts. Bafe and pecdy ttuct. W. L. GEORGE, Proprietor. S. L. EASTERLING IINFlFRTAKFRand FMBALMER U 44-46 E. Adams St- Ttl. 291 A Lady Attendant M testes Ml I ' 1 News o ? the Towt THE WCATOER Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Foreease for today Fair. Data for 24 hours ending 8 p. m. terday : yes- Tempertare Departure Binne lit of Mm th Departure inae Jan. 1, 1802 MIAN NOBMAL 98 -370 Maximum temperature, 90; minimum temperature. 4!. Average relative humidity, 28 per tent. Total precipitation. 0. Character of the day Clear. o D. S. LANDIS. ' Observer. UcEXPED TO V KD. A marriage licfi.se was issued yesterday to Talis: Crijalva and Maria ("navel. HKVIVAI, SKRVICF.S. The revival services now being held at the Fi ee Methodist hurch. corner Adams ami Fifth streets, by Rishop K. P. Hart and w ife are increasing in interest and everybody is invited to attend them. SKUVK'KS AT COl'NTY HOSPITAL Lust Sunday afttrnocu religious ser vices w.-ro held at the county hospital bymumbt is of the First M. K. church. They were much enjoyed by the in mates, vho hope for more services in the future, and as often as convenient, by the different denominations. TO RENEW A JUDllMKNT. Suit was brought in the district court yes terday by the Maricopa Loan and Trust company against John Kyrich to renew a judgment obtained against him live years ago. It amounted at that time to $1.111.1'S with interest and costs and attorney's fees. The amount sued for now is $2.4116.97. SPECIAL TRAINS. The M. & P. .".- S. R. V. railroad ran a special train ic.vn from Mesa Inst niht for the ar- onm.oda tin of tho:-e who d. siied to atte nd the Sou: a concert and another fc. the cc r ommoda t ion of democrat campaigners who held a meeting on the south t-ide, while a third special took Mr. Sousa and his band to Mari copa afi-r the concert. DKATII OF A PIONEER. M.s. Francisco ( '. Sotelo died Sund.iyevening at 42S South Second street of dropsy, and her 1 uncial at the Catholic church yc.tciday afternoon was largely at tended by friends and old settlers. She was highly r"spectod. and was one cf the old 'st rc-il.r.ts of this city. She came to Aiizena in IStiti before Phoenix was surveyed or .1 house built cn the townsit-.'. A TEACHER IN I. KM AND. The truttces of th I'.uckeye sc hool dis trict would like to have A .teacher. Miss C,' r;rgia Viault. .ho has bwtn teaching the schoc! sui pri- d the board yester day by pre senting her resignation. Sh? will remain with the sch: ol until an Gin; l" tm -her can b- pro ined, but she warts one to b. found as soon as pos sible. The boaf 1 now wants an exper- ie".ccd teacher and would prefer a I NKW CORPORATIONS. Articles of I the foli' -wins? corporations were 11 led in I th3 oflic e o the county rec order jes ' terday: f'rroker Eagle Gold Mining Iccmpry, cardial f- toe k.- SL.ViO.OOO, Incor jpoiators D. L. Killer., W. II. Mepp and j F. Fontaine of Oregon: Kl ("apitan (ii ! t 'jrrj any, capital stock ?.10i,Oi0. ineor ipcrators D. Dickinson and ". F. Mil- kr of Wisconsin: Elsimna Mining and Milling eompanv, capital stock $)Sit().(((.i0. I ir.c o: pora tors J. M. Friedman and J. J W. ("oil of Pennsylvania. J TRANSFFR OF A CASE The case I of Jesus Orosco, charged with the com i mission of a misdemeanor two years rgo, was taken to the court of Justice i Gray yesterday on a change of venue. Orosco was arrested by accident at Tucson a few days ago while Officer 1 Lee Eedwine was looking for another man. Just wnat orosco lias (tone is noi dear, but he is to be tri?d for some thing if any of the witnesses against him are still alive. ROSTON CAPITAL. W. I. Rand, a well-known mining engineer of Hoston, who was here several weeks ago look ing for a mining proirt-rty for Roston capitalists, returned a few days ago and has now gone down to southern Pinal county to reiort on a group of claims in the vicinity of the old Jack Rabbit mine. Mr. Rand is an old friend 3 a o 2 3 o 3 2 n ca v. 3 rv C the ii. h. McNeill "Wholesale. Retail. CO. Pfolecl Ycur Valuables! From Fire and Sneak Thieves by Ruying One of MEILIXK'S HOME DEPOSIT VAULTS, $12 50 TO $27.50. " For sale only by THE PHOENIX STATIONERY & NEWS CO. Tel. 297!. 10 and 12 W. Wash. St. of Frederick Webb of this city, who was delighted on Mr. Rand's return to receive from" him a handsome gold watch as a token of long friendship and esteem. A POLITICAL MKETINO A politi cal meeting in he interest of the dem ocratic ticket will be ht Id in ("ai t wiight district tomorrow night. The principal orator will be Ceiieral Mana ger eieary or the Arizona Water com pany, win. will be assisted by H.'iuy K. Slosser, win) is not directly cor. -net ted, witli the wat r company and whose interests have sometimes di verged from those represented by Mr. Clcaiy. Rut all men who engage in Jemocratic politics are leveled theieby. Mr. Cleary was invited to address the meeting by a committee of non-water right owners. Ama.ig the matters w hic h will be under disc ussii.n will be the subjec ts of rilwr. labor and water legislation. Mr. Cleary was a .well known laLjr agitator in the cast. That though, was before the time that ihe north side canals passed into the- hands of the bond ho'.d.'rs. HARRY 1)10 HA NIC DEAD Word has been received in this citv of the death of Harry A. De Ilane, which oc curred in Denver on the lsth of Octo ber. The young man. though a resi dent of Phoenix but a few monthi, made many acquaintances and was well liked. He cmv here in March of this year-, entering the employ of Ni k erson & Wilson, mining brokers. lie was not strong when he came, having. slight throat affection, but his disease . advanced very rapidly, and in August he returned to St. Ar.thonv's hosoital ' in Denver, where he- died. His only relatives were an uncle in Jersey City and a mother and brother in Eure.pe. His brother, Henri De Ilane, is a mu sician of considerable note, having played before many of the crown u heads of the continent. A RECITAL OF A D VENT PRE. t 8 o'clock this evening Oliver Rain bridge, the renowned writer and trav- ler will make his appearance at the? First M. E. c hurch s-idit-.u ium. Many curiou:, sktteh.'S and ial-resting papers will be shown one curio espec ially is very remarkable the vegetable cater pillar of New Zealand, which develops oito an enormous tree. Startling ad ventures in foreign lands, humorous tori?s. excellent jokes. lightning vketi ht s on the blackboard, in fac t a rdl( ction ;.f intensely interesting things tvhich go to make up a very en joyable evening. The San Franc isio i 'a!! says: "Mr. Maiubridge is a very interesting speaker. ' Juiius otto, the !ieat Prussian writ r and oran.r. ;ays: "His language is free and un- mbarrassed: he "peak; at times rap ;dly, but always cl.ni aemly.' Rev. Mr. Cowan will occupy th- chair and !'i (,U ssor M I '::i:::.I 1. Superintendent f schr ds will Jin sent the prices for '.he best composition wiitten from the 'ooel school:'. It is expected that Mr. TJainbridge will rec , ive a V:irty rccej ;ion. Mr. (leorgj N. Haven, city editor of the Kalamazoo (Mich.) News arrived in the city yesterday morning and will probably spend the winter lure. o IE LEARNED A GREAT TRUTH. It is said of John Wesley that he -tr.oe said ' Mistress Wesley: "Why do you tell that child the same thing :ver and over again?" "John Wesley, because once telling is not enough." !t is for this same reason that you are told again and again that Chamber Iain's Cough Remedy cures colds and grip: that it counteracts any tendency of these diseases to result in pneu monia, and that it is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by Elvey & Ilulett. Iruggists. TIME To begin wearing Deinel Linen-Iesh Underwear. , A CSSE35 GOOD McDougall&Gassoui 32 W, Washington St. We ha vr a fine saddle maker, expert carriage trimmer and harness makers employed. Prompt attention paid to mail orders. N. PORTER SADDLE & HARNESS CO; 142 East Washington . .... - W HA WES I tats Alpines or Derbies are three "dollars all o-er the United States every hat is fully guaranteed by' the .makers and we invite you to inspect the latest shapes justjn! We arc olc agcnul THE. HUB Wei rick & Lath am 44 N. Center St. Real Estate -AND Mining Investm'ts Insurance and Loan Brokers Strangers in the city will find listed in our Reniicg Department every de sirable furnished and unfurnished houss for rent in Phoenix. Foi s.i.i:. n.vusT imi'Iiovkd r.- ACKK IIANt'II in the v.dley. Six-rora-i hou:"e, barn ami outbuild i::gs. All kinds of fruit trees in full fearing. roU SALE. FIXE ALFALFA liAXl'il, PJ') ae;es, I'eaicu and cross fenced, water in Mariccpa canal, C miles of city. FOU SA LK. '-At'KK WELL l.M PIIOVEI) IlA.Ni'H; new barn. gool house and outbuildings, water in Maricopa canal. THESE ARE EAIUIAINS, AND WE HAVE iiTMKKS. CALL AXU IN VESTIGATE. COFFEE AL'S, RESTAU RANT Family and Private Dinining-Rooms Up-Stairs Fish Oysters and Lobsters Daily New Ones Every Day Lets of people are finding out it pays to trade with us, as we have new ones added to our list every day. 10 lb. box crackers t 75 50 lbs. Kansas Hour 1.6-1 i lbs. Kansas Hour SO 2 lbs. dried apples 25 1 lb. dried apricots '. If) 1 can American sardines (5 1 large can mustard 25 2 cans good salmon 25 2 cans corned beef '. 25 1 lb. lvig salt 20 3 lbs Chase' & Sanborn's 40c cof fee 1.00 17 lbs. granulated sugar 1.C0 JUST RECEIVED. NEW JAMS AND PRESERVES. Pafford's Gash Store 29 South First Avenue. 'Phone 2555. -c. iiiim imm t m llm-u Real Estate .a. Investments FOR UK XT SO acres of the best land under the Buckeye canal, with forty inches of water. High class mining stocks a specialty, Write or call for information. Bargains in real estate 1, 2 or 3 fine 1 lots on N. Center street very cheap; j 5 "acre and 12 acre lots, close in, both j good bargains; 10 acre orange grove, I at a great sacrifice. Also several 1 ranches for rent. I All Kinds of j City and Ranch Property For Sale. E. A. Spaulding 41 West Adams Street Opposite Postofflce A NEW LINE OF MOULDINGS For Picture framing and Mats to Match, just rc- tencu AL ART and CURIO 5HOP West Adams, Opp. Postoffice. JH"i 3. Stmts'.'4 CO- ' Plank the Hatter. You'll lind we have all the latest "nobby" styles in fall hats. The newest things in ties. The best values in light weight and heavy underwear. Plank, the Hatter, 106-103 W. Washington St. Phoenix, Ariz, WANAMAKER & BROWN'S Celebrated tailor-made clothing for gentlemen; a fit guaranteed. 3C0 sam ples to select from. Suits delivered in 18 to 20 days. S. S. RENNERi At., II S. Iirc Ave. Samples shown-on Fridays and Sat urdays only. o o o o o o o o o o o o o o .C0SISETS, Are a few of the good thin.n at low iiict-s at Stein's this week. "ORt'KTS We l.t tin 1.;. and sell the well-known favoi ites ami up-to-the-ivniiut" models. All of tle.-m of th.e iinest mawe and quality. DRKSS1N5 SOCKS, PvORF.S and FLANNKLKT K NIC HT COWNS -The as.-..i tineiu can be fully described by the word KhKdA.NT. Mast be seen to be appreciated. WOOL.F.N WAISTS A superior line. Prices very low. .MeCKK IN DM RSKI UTS- Adjustable yoke and recog nized everywhere as the best underskirt made. We ;:sk V 'iu no more for them th in others do for cheap ones. AT STKIN'S you will lind all the l.'.t -st patterns and designs in everything that ladies wear. To come and see is to come and buy.- , STEIN'S SUIT AND CLOAK HOUSE MILLINERY. second ajdwjshotoh sis. TAILORING. TKis Is tKe vSign of the WalK-over Shoe. It stands for best quality stock; brain' workman ship and latest fashion in footwear. We have a style to fit your foot, at a price to fit your pocket $3.50 and $4.00 H. A. DIEHL SHOE CO. Phoenix, Arizona We Are the fxdusive Agents in This Viuniiy LADIES' ...AND... WAISTS It is time to change the summer dress to the more sub stantial garment. THE WOOLEN DRESS SKIRTS. THE WALKING SKIRT. THE FLANNEL OR SILK WAIST. It is still pretty warm in the run. but the air is ool and damp, and almcrt everybody is suffeiing wiih a old. We have a large assortment of Skirts and Waists, and those ladies tint have inspected these goods cl lini that the styles are the very latest and the quality the very best for the irk is. We would invite you to call anil inspect the line if in need of these goods and see for yourselves whether the above statement is true or not Telephone iioi. Gerson & Herzberg, Proprs. Washington Street, Near Center h k IF YOU ARE GOING TO JfT 'OU'R. OR CARRIAGE We Can Furnish the Right Materials ...Talbot (Si Hubbard.., HELLO, CENTRAL! 2-4-3-i, PLEASE! "Is this the Prisly lrug Co.?" ' Yes." --llun your new stock of rubb r goods arrived?" "Yes. just unpacked them." "Then send me one f ths fountain syringes. al:o an invalid cushion." "What .size cushion, madam, w have them in three sizes.'" "1 think a medium will do." "Thr,?t- rubi,-r .vloves you sj ike about arc in." "Then bring up a pair of No. 7. ih. y-s. I would like a water bc-ttle. Have you seme good ones?" "Madam, all -i, -rubber gods are warranted for one year, a::d any that is not satisfactory we will only be too glad to replace. .THE BRISLEY DRUG CO. Remember our mail department. Choice California Frtiit rresh and delicious poaches, pears, daily. Nocaiik-d over Mock. There is arid see our display and get oar prices We deliver to any part of the city. specialt ies. HANNA & West Washington St. Dressing Sacks, Robes, Flan nelette Night Gowns, Woolen Waists and McGee Adjustable Yoke Underskirts 3i tir tr-ji v4w SKIRTS 'HOTEL ADAM S s plums, grapes and apples arrive 1.0 flier on our fruit, either. Call before ordering elsewhere. 'on.'ectionery ar.d ice cre.-iin our MUNSON Phone 309 We Set The Pace in repairing bicyi-h-s ethers pre pellcd to follow. No matter what', wrong with your wheel, we'll g:v : our attention skillfnl, experienced ; tentioii and we'll ::nt diive you ir.:- bankruptcy with cur charges. Giv , an opportunity, we wwl prove this as sertion. Agents for the celebrated Tribui bicycle, Vim cactus tires. E. M. DEPEW CSL CO. 37 H. First Ave,, Telephone I5S5 i I! V 0