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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN.
I&SUKD KVKUY DAY (EXCEPT MONDAY)
T. J. Wolfley, Editor and Manager.
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as mall matter ol the second class,
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. NOTICE TO 11USINK-U MEN.
Tin Republican will not bo responsible for
any bills uuless contraoted on a written order
of the management.
T. J. WOLFLEY, Manager.
Tux RtrUBLiCAX can bo found on salo at the
Tucson J.8. Mansfield
LosAmoklxs Edwards & McKnlghl
San Francisco Palace News Stand
San Dieoo Coronado News btand
The protective tystem it steadily build
ing up the manufacturing interests of
Italy. That country's consumption of
coal grew from 2,027,092
tout m lS'JO.
NOT A PATHWAY OF KOSES.
The pathway of the modem minister
is not altogether strewn with roses, as
8ome people may imagine. Tiie pro
fession appears, in fact, to havo about
as many ups and downs as any other
pursuit in life.
A case in point is that of a prominent
clergyman of Fort Dodge, Iowa, who
lins been disciplined by the authorities
of his church for owning and driving
fast horses. In answer to t ho allega
tions brought against him, the accused
divine admitted that hu was tho proud
possessor of somo of Iowa's swiftest
trotters. IIo oUered abundant testi
mony, however, to prove that lie never
permitted his horses to go on tho raen
track, and lie emphatically asserted
that fast horses were a necessity to him
because of the great amount of territory
comprehended in his charge.
It would be, he urged, absolutely im
possible for him to keep all his preach
ing appointments and perform his gen
eral pastoral work properly but for the
fart that his trotters wero in tho habit
of taking him over tho roads at a three
minute cait. Hut the council of his
church brethren failed to see things in
that light, and he was suspended from
Ids ministerial functions.
This sentence really Eeema unjustifi
able. It is hard to see on what prin
ciple the suspending conference acted.
The timo has surely gone by when it
was deemed necessary to let the sinners
havo all the good things of this world,
among which fast horses are assuredly
not (he least. "If the clergyman against
whom the charges wero brought was, in
all essential respects, a faithful and able
pastor, wo cannot see why tho fact of
his possession and use of tho trotters
should disqualify him for his profes
sion. No one thinks it sinful for a minister
to make use of a lightning express train
to reach the eceno of his duties. Why
should it be any more reprehensible .'or
him to use fast horses for tho same pur
pose? AVIir DECEIVE THE I'KOI'LK?
The New York World, in an editorial
entitled "McKinloy Tin Plato," makes
a specific, distinct, and unqualified state
ment, which isaa absurd as it is untrue.
No tin plate Is made In this country for com
mercial, purposes and none at all for canning
and other bright work.
No such statement could possibly bo
made except from gross ignorance or
from willful misrepresentation. The
New York World is not ignorant. But
it certainly willfully and maliciously de
ceives. the people. Tho York (Pa.,)
Ditpal'ch, a few days ago, in answer to
the question, "Where are thoTiu Manu
facturers ?" said:
To refresh our neighbor's memory we would
tell It where the tin manufacturers are, or
some of them, at least. Others are on the way
and will soon be In operation, and still others
are In contemplation.
The Apollo Sheet Iron Works, of Apollo, Pa.,
are now making 10) boxes of tin plate per day.
Flemmlng & Hamilton, of 1'lttsburg, are
making fifty boxes per day.
M.O. Taylor A Co., Philadelphia, who fur
nished the tin for the Epply building, are
making forty boxes per day.
Neldrlnghaus, of St. Louis, fifty boxes, and
preparing to largely Increase their product.
Marshall Ilros. A Co., ICO luxes per day, and
the United States Iron and Tin rime Company
are producing 100 boxes per day. There are
others already producing tin pUtes which we
cannot now recall, but tho above are sufficient
to show there are tin plate manufacturers In
American tin plate has como to stay.
Tho industry is rapidly growing. Tho
wage-earner's tarill' is a success as to tin
plate. Tho New York World should not
try to deceive tho people. Honesty is
tho best policy always.
A DOOM IN COKSKTS.
Nothwithstanding tho efforts of tho
advocates of dress reform, it is expected
that there will bo an early lxiom in cor
sets. One of tho largest manufacturers of
New York has hit upon a novel plan to
boom his imiko of corsets. He has hired
five handsome and attractivo young
women, who are to go about tho country
wearing fashionable and expensive
clothing, stopping at leading hotels, and
traveling in drawinu-room cars and car
riages with liveried coachmen.
Each young woman is under contract
to travel 4000 miles. She will visit all
the principal towns in ttio territory as
. signed her, remain in each from three
days to two weeks, and at the stores
handling the particular make of cornets
she will give daily lectures and exhibi
tions to women. Tho lecturo lias been
carefully prepared, and besides pointing
out tho superiority of the make of cor
set, quotations are made from medical
authority tending to provo that corsets
are conducive to good health.
Tho manufacturer is already chuckling
over the anticipated discomfiture of tho
dress-reform agitators, against whom he
has docided towar.
The education ok Uusmiui children is
said to bo conducted in four languages
tho native, Herman, English and French
which they loirn to iipuak fluently.
Tho Czar speaks English remarkably
It was an odd coincidence) that the
examinations of civilians for army
licutenantcies in Washington last week
were held in a house which Jefferson
Davie occupied when secretary of wnr.
The adoption or tho constitution by
tho people is not a partisan question.
Let tho voters read tho document com
pletely and vote i.s their judgment dic
tates regardless ol party considerations.
Thukg is an old woman in Iolu.Kan.,
who attends all of the funerals and pre
serves all of tho obituary noticea which
appear in.the papers. It is the greatost
pleasure she has in lifo.
The convkntioj. will formally adjourn
today, and l'htenix will again assume
tho even tenor of its overvday life.
Little dkoitiho dollars for littlo
grains of wheat will decido tho mighty
elections in tho western states.
THE TAR AMD THE COUGAR.
A Terrlblo right lift wren u Sailor nnd
u -Ills Kitty."
Tho cougar set tires its prey by creep
ing stealthily behind it until near
enough to spring upon and strike it
down. It will attack a man in tho day
time if it can approach hhn unseen, nnd
is hungry. In an article contributed
to Tho lllg (Initio of North America
Mr. W, A. Perry describes a terrible
light between :i Swedish sailor and a
cougar, which took place near tho houso
of tho writer's father.
The sailor, Joseph Jbrgonson, ran
away from a llritish man of war,
anchored in a harbor of llritish Colum
bia, nnd made his way to Washington,
where ho took up a quarter-section of
government land. One morning1 he be
gan clearing a spot whereon to build a
house. He was vigorously wielding a
spade, when suddenly his arm was
seized by a cougar's jaws.
Joe was very Htrong, and by a kick in
the stomach ho forced the beast to fall
to tho ground. Tho cougar sprang at
tho man's throe t. With his left arm
Joo warded off its jaws, while with his
right he dealt it u blow in tho ribs that
again felled It b) tho ground.
Quick as a ttanh the boast seized Joe's
left hand. With his right fist and heavy
boots Joo bent nnd kicked tho animal
until it released his hand. Hetreating
a short distance, it sprung on his breast
and knocked hint against n tree. Again
he culled and lacked it until it let go
Joe then happened to see the spndr
he hud leen using lying at his feet. He
snatched It and warded olf the cougar's
spring by a timely thrust. The brute
fell at the man's feet, but instantly ros
nnd seized him by tho thigh. Concen
trating his strength, Joo drove the sharp
blade of the spado into tho beast's head,
and it fell dead at his feet.
Ilitten and scratched, tho blood
streaming from a dozen wounds, he
reeled home. It1 was many weeks be
fore he recovered, nnd when he grew
strong he had lost all desire for farm
ing. He shippolon an American coaster
as a sailor, saying that he had less fear
of thy, si m r 1m titan of the "big kitties."
A TEST Ol- CLASSIC MUSIC.
Simple Method liy Winch i:ren the Most
I'i"tuiit May Judge.
According to the Dusseldorfer An
zeiger there i.s n very simple method by
which even the greatest bkeptie may
ascertain whether n piece of musiu is
good, bad or aidifferent. It is as fol
lows: If the mnsio goes "1, 2, 3, hop,
hop, hop," or "1, 3, 3, hum, hum, bum,"
you may deoiid upon it that you are
listening to unmitigated rubbish. Hut
when you hear music which sounds as
though a number of well arranged notes
were stuck into n barrel and energeti
cally stirred about like a sort of harmo
nious oatmeal porridge, then you may
assume that it is a fugue, and at once
compose your features into an expres
ion of profound interest.
If, on listening to the music, you fancy
the notes are dropping accidentally on
the lloor and from time to time assert
ing themselves again In a quiet, dreamy
sort of way, then tho piece is probably
a nocturno, and nocturnos, as you are
aware, are very high-class music Indeed.
When the notes seem to arrive In
truck loads it nil each truck contains, so
to speak, a different sort from tho one
that has gone before, and when the
train nppcars to take on unreasonable
amount of timo in passing a given point,
then thu master piece is most likely u
symphony, and symphonies are the
ifreatest musical creations hitherto pro
When it appears as though tho notes
hud Ih-cii tumbled down h lter-skelter.
J. C. Davis, Rector of St. James'
Episcopal Church, Eufaula, Ala.:
"My son has been badly afflicted
with a fearfuland threatening cough
for several months, and after trying
se veralprescriptions from physicians
which failed to relieve him, herhas
been perfectly restored by the use ol
two bottles of Bo
An Episcopal schee's German Syr
up. I can recom
Roctor. mend it without
severe, deep-seated coughs like this
are as severe tests as a remedy can
be subjected to. It is for these long
standing cases that Boschee's Ger
man Syrup is made a specialty.
Many others afflicted as this lad
was, will do well to make a note ol
J. F. Arnold, Montevideo, Minn.,
writes: "I always use German Syrup
for a Cold on the Lungs. I have
never found an equal to it far less
G. G. GREEN, Sole ManTr.Woodbury.N.J.
then vigorou ly sho led up Into a heap
and lastly bit. v-n into the nlrwlth dyna
mite enririd v that is rhapsody nnd
rhapsody is tho latest, variety of musiu
BOKHARA'S BURIED CITY.
Much Itinlti .'M;i(;i)lllrciui llloovrreil Hid
It'll Itrncntli tint I'lirtli'i Snrtiii'ti.
The discovery is reiwrted from Holt
Intra of a subterranean city on thu bank
of tho river Amoolnrhi, near the town
of ICarki. Silver coins mid Inscriptions
of tho time of (Jnporn I. havo been
found in tho place, which reaches over
a distance of half a mile, with streets,
lanes and squares. In places the super
incumbent earth has uaved In, but the
largest part of tho city can bo traversed
without diflleulty. lly the light of tho
miners' lamps tho plnco presents u
quaint, fantastic appearance. There
are houses in perfect construction, one
or two stories high, with a pretense of
architectural elegance, and filled with
furniture and various domestic utensils.
The ceiling or upper covering of tho
streets is constructed of blocks of ala
baster and granite. Tho nativeb of the
Ilokhara knew of tho place long ago,
anil carried away many silver nnd gold
coins, ornaments and utensils of great
intrinsic value and of still greater
archteological importance. Tho Kits
sliin authorities of llokhnra have made
arrangements to tako care of the an
tiquities of tho place, and sent notice of
its discovery to tho archieological so
ciety at Moscow. The society lias sent
a commission of experts to make further
It la not a cosmetic in the sense In which that
term la popularly used, but permanently beau
tifies, ft creates a soft, smooth, clear velvety
skin, and by dally use gradually mukes the com
plexion several shade whiter. It la a constant
protection from the cllects of sun and wind
and prevents sunburn and freckles, and black
heads, nil! never eonio while youue It It
cleanses the face far belter than doc soup and
rtatcr, nourishes and builds up the skin tissues
and tho-o prevent the formation of wrinkles,
It Liven the fre'hnutH, clearness and smooth
ness of the skin that you had when a little girl.
Every lady, young or old ought to use it, as It
gh en a roost youtlifnl appearance to any lady,
and that permanently. It contains no acid,
powder or alkali nnd Is as harmless as dew and
us nourishing to the skin as dew is to the low
er. I'rlce- 11.00, at all druggists and hair
dressers, orat Mrs. (lervnlM-tlrnnam's establish
ment, luJ Tost street. San Francisco, where sho
treats ladles for all blemishes of the face or fig
ure. Lndlesatadlstancotreatedbylotter Feud
stamp for her little book "How to be lleautl
ful." Sample Bottle maIIe(1 frco
to any lady on receipt of 10 cents In stumps to
pay for postage and packing. Lady Agents
Cures the worst cases of Freckles, Sunburn,
Kallowncss, Moth-patches, l'linplcs and all
skin blemishes. PRICE 41.50. Harmless and
effective. No sample can be sent. I-udy Agents
THE DRUGGIST in this town who first or
ders a bill of ray preparations will have his
name added to this advertisement,
My preparations are (or sale, by wholesale
druggists In Chicago and every city wesfof It.
The Gclobratcd Frencii Gure,
In Sour os x
to euro any form
thu generate o or
gans of elthcrscx,
BEFORE usaolStimnlnuts, AFTER
Tobacco or Opium, or through j outhful lnillcre
tlou, o er Indulgence, Ac , such ns Lo of Ilraiu
I'owcr, Wakefulness, Ltaringdown l'alnslntho
ijack.ScmlnalW'cakncss Hysteria, Nenous 1'ros
tration, Nocturnal Kmlsslons, Iticorrho?a, Du
llness, Weak Memory, Lost of l'owcrnnd Impo
tency.whlthl I neglected rf ten l;-al to prematura
old ago and Insanity. I'rlce Ji.W a box, C boxes
for f.ua Hent by -nallnn receipt a' price-
a wuitixx or.MSANTr.i: i given for
every JiOO order rfnlrnl, to refund tlie money It
n rerinnnrnt euro Is not effected. Wo hava
thousands nt testimonials frrrqciln nnd young,
of bothsexcs.whuha'-n Ict r-ornnnentiy cured
Ly thouroof Aphrodlflue. Clrcularfree. Addr.a
THK APHRO MEDICINE CO.
V ettetu Uruuch, Ikix 27, I'ohtland. Oh.
For Sale by K. K. I'llOWKIJ,, Druggist
I'hcenlx. Arizona. I. O. boT2M.
ORIGINALITY is ah
element of success.
If wo fiavo succeeded it
is because we understand
and study tho Stationery
Wo lead, our competi
Imitation is tho sin
Wo study your wants
and keep ovcrything in
tho school supply lino.
Write or call on us.
ST. CLAIRE & PRATT
niHE NATIONAL BANK OF ARIZONA
i I'heeulx, Arizona.
M. W. KALK8, President.
SOL. LEWIS, Vice-President,
OEO. W. HOADLEY.Carhler,
Capital, ill Up,
M. W. Kamcii, J. V. T. Smith, Sol. Lbwib
ClUBLits Goldman, Oeo. W. Hoadlky.
The Dank of California San Francisco
Agency of Hank of California .......New York
The Farmers' and Merchants'Bank.Los AngelcsT
Tho National Hank of Commerce ....St. Louis
Consolidated National Hank Tucson
Bank of Arizona , ,,, Prescott
N, M. HoflitclilWa.VHoil London
It " w
AKKK & OAMPHKLL, ATTOKNKYS AT
Law, Olllee: Over National Hank.
SANTIAGO AIN8A.-ATTOHNEY AT LAW.
Huslness connected with Mexican titles u
specialty. Tucson, Arizona.
Gt C. ISRAEL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OF
T. lice room Thlbodo UuIUIIuk, Phoenix,
T II. EAULY,ATrOKNEY AND COUNSELOR
tJ ut law, will practice in Territorial and
United States Courts. Olllee, rooms 12 and 14
Cotten lllock, Phoenix, Arizona.
"IJULVNcfs J. HKNkTT
Olllee, Corner Pennington and Church
Streets, Tucson, Arizona.
J It. W00UWAHD. L. It. CHALHCKH.
WOOIJWAHU A CHALMERS, ATTORNEYS
at-law, Room.1 7 and 9, Thlbodo building,
WM. H. IIARNEfl, JOHN II. MARTIN, Wit.
C. Hubson. Law Offices, Tucson, Arizona.
John B.Thomas, Pacific liulldlnK, Washington
District of Columbia. V
KD. FEKOUSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
. Practices in all courts o( tho Territory.
OUlco 40.! Pennington street, Tucson, A. T.
AI1RAM HUMPHRIES, COUNSELOR -AT
Olllee: Room 5, Thlbodo Building References:
Uelede Hank, St. Louis: II. C. Power, President
First National Hank, Sturkrllle, Miss. F. II.
Marshall, Cashier Woodstock Iron Company,
, Justico of .ho Peace. OdUo on Cortez
street, opposito Court House.
JEUUY M1LI.AY. WALTER 1IENNKTT.
MILLAY & BENNETT. ATTORNEYS AT
LAW Rooms Uund 11 Porter Building.
f W. CRENSHAW ATTORN KY-AT-LAVV;
j .Rooms U and 15 Porter Building.
MRS. J. B.HAWLEY-MILLINERY AND
dressmaker; also Buttcrlcks' patterns for
sale. Washington street.
WINDSOR HOUSE - CENTER 81REET;
block and one-half north of Washington
street. Furnished rooms single and In suite.
Mrs. A. M. Dunning, proprietress.
It. SCOTT I'fELM, PlfYSICIAN AND BUR-
geoii, oince east sue oily nan i-iaza.
kTjT HARDY, dentist
All work guaranteed.
ounir bulldiinr. onnosltc Com
merclal Hotel, i'hieulx, Arizona
DR. 11. JESSUP, DENTIST ALL WORK
guaranteed aid prices reasonable. Rooms
Handle Porter U illldl n s.
1 1Ll-EDQE BAKERY Bred, Pies and Cakes
Jt kept on hand. Opposite the Hartford
Hank. Ham Pttrdy, Proprietor.
RKSU II "hAKEIIY" ANDllR7JcErsToit8;
i. corner Mourue and M on tczu.ua streets. II.
Matly, Prop ..
GOTO THE FASHION BARBER 8H0P FOR
shaving, hair cutting, shampooing, bath
ing and hair singeing. Ladies work done at
the shop or residence on short notice. Price
to suit the times. Opposite the Opera House
Frank Siiiuly, Proprietor.
"-tENE'S" CIOAR 8TORE-A FULL LINK
VJT of Imorted and Domestic Cigars anil
Tobaccos and Smoker's Articles. E. Angelmau,
1JHILLIPS & LEGOAT'S ICK CREAM PAR.
. lors. Fine Confectionery, Foreign and Do
mestic Fruits. Washington street, Pnirnlx.
-VTESA CsTY FRUIT STORE-FRUITS,
xt-A. ' noisaie aitu neian. nsner ,v ciniman.
WA. PACKARD, FEED, LIVERY AND
. bale Stable. Best of care given to board
ing stock. Corner Montezuma and Adams sta.
13RUCK PERLEY, CONVEYANCER AND
JJ Notary Public Otllce with J. W. Evans,
fcilioi'thiuul ami 'X'yiM-writlim.
M. W. WEED, SHORTHAND REPORTER
Third Judicial District Court nf Ariinni
Territory. Typowrltlst. Verbatim reporting; ltd
j .... n vi'viiiuvu wo sjhsja tiintiu stvUl I VI. IW'Iji
ISS MAY O. McELWAIN, 8TENOORA-
pner anu Typewriter. Koom 1.1, Monl
Building, Phu-nlx, A. T. Typewriting s
alty. Satisfaction guaranteed both as U
price and style of work.
IJIHKNIX COMMANDERY NO. 3, K. T.,
1 meets 1st and 3d Mondays in each month
In Monition Hall
.. H. B. Lioiitiiizxk, E. C.
C. It. KNArr, Recorder.
4 RIZONA DEGREE LODOE NO. 2, D. OF R
XX. Meets tlrst and third Thursday evening ol
II -"----. v..D kvi.iv wailivill ,, VUlll,
UI.J ,.7CrlVkt I
"I7L0RALENCAMP.VENT.no. 2, I. O. O. F.
JL Meets second and fourth Tuesday oveutu
of euch mouth. Oeo. A. MIntz, C. P., John
CI ARDF.N VALLEY LODGE NO. 1, 1. O. G. T.
T meets every Mondav ovenlmr In I.n ft
T. hall, Lew Is building. T. E. Irvino C. T
jiayu jicKiwatn secretary.
CJ. A. R. JOHN W. OWEN POST, NO. Si
I, Meets secondaudfourthThursdaysof each
month In Monition building. S. C Symondil,
Commander. C. II. Knapp, Adjutant.
ARIZONA LODGE NO. 2, F. AND A. M.
Stated meetings nn thn flritt Titnaflav nf
eocli month. Dayton A. Reed, W. M., C. II.
i i,i', oeeiu iutv.
13IUENIX LODGE NO. 2, I. O. O. F., MEETS
I ot cry Saturday evening In Monlhon Build
ing. 11. Levy, N.G., John Gray, Secretary.
A O. U. W. PIKENIX LODGE NO.
jl. Regular meeting every Wednesday oven
iiig In Masonic Hall. J. W.Blankenshlp.M. W.
O. II. Rothrock, Recorder.
ENDYMION LEGION, A. O. U. W. MEETS
second and fourth Wednesday of caih
month. F. M. Czarnowskl, Commander, G, II.
.'. CHEAP .-.
For Classified Advertisements
Under all Headings.
CENTS PER LINE
RANK-BUY A NICE LOT FROM TIIE
Phoenix Real Estate Co.: also irtvo thorn
our ranch and oiange land to sell Wikk.,
WANTED - PARTIhfl WITH $30(10 CA:H
to invest in a good business uronosltMn.
Addtcss Box ai3, Phienlx, Arizona.
W" ""Xn'teTT "IsxTpounds ofooi5d
barley In trade In largo or small quantities
at DILLON KKNEALLY.
rt-apsMBJV) I I
r. 'tmSrfi V
I.10K 8ALE.-OLD PAPERS AT 2.i CENTS
i per hundred. Apply at the Republican
WANTED BOARD BY TWO YOUNG
men in a private family within Qvo
blocks of the postoHlce; also two nice looms.
Address S. K., tl.ls oUlee.
Phoenix, - - Ariz.
Paid up Capital, 3100,000
ANDltEW CUAWFOUD, Pres.
M. II. SI1KUMAN, Vice-l'res.
WJI. OllIUSTf, Cashier.
E. J. UKNNETT, Aest. Cashier.
Pacific Bank, San Frnncieco; American
Kxchango Nationnl Hank, New York-
First National Bank, Los Angeles;
Gold water & Ilros., Preecott;
Santa Cruz Valley linnk,
Drafts Issued on all the Prin
cipal Cities of Europe.
THE ARIZONA NATIONAL 11ANK
Paid Up Capital, .
SAMUEL HUGHES, VlCK-I'RZSIDZNT,
M. P. FREEMAN, CASHIER
London, I'arlsand American Bank, San Francisco
Chemical National Bank, New York
National Bank of Commerce, St. Louis
Union National Bank, Chicago
Farmers and Merchants' Bank, Los Angeles
State National Bank, El Paso
Tke Valley Bank, Phirnlx
BAILEOAD WORK !
Will Advance the Price of
Real Estate 50 per cent.
GEF OX THE GROUND FLOOR-LOW PRICES
Cafh buys a beautiful lot
with shade' trees on west Wash
ington street facing south. Sizo
of lot 50.X137M feet. A regular
Is all wo ask for five beautiful
corner lots, half block from
Capitol grounds, near streetcar
lino. South-east front.
200 Takes a half-acre lot near tho
West-end School Hoiipo. The
propoped passenger depot of
North and South Railroad will
bo exceedingly closo to this
150 liuys elocant lots in Univer
sity Addition within a block of
tho street car lino closo to
THE WISE MEN OF THE WEST
ARE THOSE THAT BUY NOW.
Puts vou in possession of lots
live blocks from Washington
Can buy elegant lots -crcine
de la cremo property conven
ient to business centre, and in
n splendid neighborhood.
2,500 Buys a houso and lot within a
stone's tnrow of the court
lUiys lots one-half block
Per aero is tho prico of eighty
acres Bix miles from Phccuix.
12.50 Per aero buys 100 acres eight
miles from Phoenix.
DON'T WAIT FOR PRICES TO AD
VANCE BEFORE BUYING.
20 to 100 Per aero for ranches in
cultivation in Salt River Val
ley. 00 to 10,000 Is what our prices
are on homesteads within and
surrounding tho city of Phoenix.
When You Want to Soil or Rent Your
Property List it With Us.
If You Want to Buy, Soil, Lease or
RontCall on Us. Wo Aro in a Po
sition to Oiler tho Rest Induce
ments to Colonies Coining
I ATO For Sale in Capitol,
I Churchill, Montgomery,
Irvine's Collins and University Addi
tions. The Phoenix tal state Co.,
Room 7, MONIHON BL'K.
P, O. Box 491.
A RIZONANS VIS1TINO LOS ANGELES
When In need of
R.B.FITZ!IENRV,No. 255 S. Spring St.
4 Block Below Ilollenbeck Hotel.
9 CARLOADS 9
ROLLS OF CARPETS
OIL CLOTHES AND ALL
KINDS OF MATTING-.
and Eur Bugs.
the latest Designs
-:- A. ITUX-I, LIN"E OP1 -:-
HOUSE EUENISHING GOODS
TN THE DISTRICT CO0KT OF TIIK THIKD
JL Judicial DUtrlct of the Teritory ol Arizona,
in anu lor me eouuty 01 lancojia.
U A. Grant, iilalntlft, vs. M, U Woo and
Cliarlea teaugler. defendants
Action brought In the DUtrlct Court of the
Third Judicial DUtrlct of the Territory of Ari
zona, in and for Maricopa County, and the
complaint tiled In raid Maricopa County In the
olllee of the Clerlc.of Mid DUtrlct Court.
In the name of tho Territory of Arizona, to M.
M, L. Wood and Charles feaugttcr, defendants.
You are hereby summoned and required to
appear In an action brouelit against you by the
au.ve named plalhllu,ln the District Court oftlie
Third Judicial District of theTcrrllory of Arizo
na, In and for Maricopa County, and answer
the complaint therein filed with the clerk of
this said Court, at l'hienlx. In said county,
within ten days after the service upon you of
this summons, if jerveil In this said county, or,
II served out of this said county and within this
Judicial District, then within tuenty days
thereafter, or In all other cases wlthtu thirty
days thereafter, the times alxne mentioned be
ing cxcluslte of tho day of service, or Judgment
by default will be taken against you.
Given under my hand and the
seal of the District Court of the
Third Judicial DUtrlct of tho
9KAL.) Territory of Arlrona, in and for
Maricopa County, this 'JOlh day
oi August, A. JJ. 1BJI.
C. II. KNA1T.
Clerk of said District Court.
1-)K01'03AL3 KOIt FUEL, FOUAOE A 6TRAW
. Headquarters Dept of Ariz Olllee of the Chlel
(J.uartcrmafier, Los Angeles, Cal., Sept 1. 1S91.
Sealed proposals will be received at this olllee,
and at tho otlices of the Quartermasters at each
of the stations below named, until 11 o'clock, a.
in., on 1 nursday, (Jet. 1, lS'Jl. and opened Im
mediately thereafter In the preseuceof bidders,
for the furnishing and delivery of Forage at
military stations In the Department of ArUoiu,
as follows: Forts Apache, Howie, Grant. Hua
chuca and Thomas and Ban Carlos and Whipple
llarracks. A.T.: Los A lite leg and San Dleeo
Uarracks, Cal., and Forts llayard and Wingate,
and Btanton N. M. and Fuel. Forage ami Straw
at Albuquerque, . M. rreference
given to articles of domestic produc
tion and manufacture, conditions of
price and nualltv belnu enual. and such prefer-
unco given to articles of American production
anu manuiaciure prouueeu on me raciuc uoast
to tho extent of tho consumption required by
the nubile service there. Proposals for either
class of the supplies mentioned or for quanti
ties less than the whole required, orfordellvery
of the supplies at points other than those above
named will bo entertained. Specifications,
general Instructions to bidders and blank forms
of proposals will be furnished on application to
this oilice, or to the Quartermasters at any of
tho stations named above. A. S. KIMHALL,
Quartermaster, U. S. Army, Chief Quarter
OFFICE OF THE C1TKUS WATER COM
puny, San Dernardlno, California. All per
sons, aro cautlonedagalnstpurchaslneany claim
of W. J. Morgan against tho Citrus Water Com.
ny thdsamebclng In an unsettled condition
JAMES K. MACK, Secretary
FOR SA.LE THE ARIZONA IM
provement Company. Principal office at
A block of stock in above Company for sale
Price and reasons for halo will be given toper
son Intending to purchase.
. Apply to
DR. HONG CONG,
CI radtiato of tho Po Clial Medical and Surgl
I fal College, Canton, China, Is now pre
pared to engage In thi practices ol medicine In
this city. Chronic, and Malarial DUeates a
specialty. Office and drugstore rear ol Cen
tral Hotel, PlKBilii, A. T.
All our Goods Como
From the Lead
ing Factories. Jap
anese and Che
nille Porteries, Cut
lery and Win
(5 New York.g)
RICHARD A. McCURDY, President
Oilers its distribution joli v .s to
most ntlvantageous foi in ! I if'
Insurance for tlio ihiIi. l. "-!
AlHOLUTE -! KY
CLEARLY DEFISKD f'MRnT
WITIIOt'T vMHii.' '
TIES OR USEL"SS REBI' I """-
It is virtually non-forfeitnll- .i ern
yearH, with untire fntil"iu "
travel, resilience nnd oa-i.p-pution.
The Mniual Life Insnranri- fmBjaii
Una paid to is policv-lioldcrs 'wr
$00,000,000. Its paymijnts t- I'-'1"1
holders in 1600 exceed six'een
L. J. WOOD.
LOCAI .t. fnt
Globe & Ft. Thomas Slant Ii
Carrying U. S.
New four-horse Concord coach ifS"6'
Thomas dally, for San Carl"S
ieaves uiooe 'laity lor all !.' -1
homas -onucetlug on Monday "A e
Friday for Ft Grant and Wlllcox a
Howie Station, Solomonvllle.
Clifton. Good coaches, line stw s
. i.' ei
Kveryeuort mane to insure c
Fencers, tjpcclal accomodation i.
and families. This Hue and Its
the best enulnneil tHpf. IIiipa In Hi. -
J. L. T. VATTr!
Florence and Globe Slif l
C1TAUK LEAJ-.a rl.UKb.Ml
O Riverside and Ulobe at 7 o'elix i
four hours at Riverside and nrrlvex
5 o'clock, P. x.; returning, tones
o ciock a. m., orrtves at Florcni-c
A. M. Good accomodation on
proved line, good stock iindcomi"
lonr-horse coach eicrv other '
GUILD, Agent. Florence E. F I
i;u., Agents, utoue.
Ptenix i Frescotl Stage II
For Prescott, via Black Canyo" -
UVHIt illUIIIA) lUl'flirij) Jttllt'"" 1t "
day at 7 a. in. Arrive, Sunday, W i" .jji
Aavik I'hn.llfv 1'iiAc.l.kc llniKfla '" .J
rnuayara a. m. rare, ?r-'.;i r
baggage free; excess, G cents per t" "'
For Freifdtt. m Vnllorr u ''"" rl
Icavc l'hifulz, Monday, Heone ",5
day at 7 a. m. rnvc. Tuesday. 1 -s
BHiuruayat o p. m. rare, i f ,
Daggage ireo; exces, i'i cents per -
far-Offlco with Wells, Fargo A
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