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TftE ABIZONA REPUBLICAN: TJTDBSDAY MORNTHGr MaSoH- 81 1001
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A FAMOUS MUSICIAN
Cured of Catarrh and
1IKXKY DISTfN, pi-'
Honry DUtln, the Invuntor and fiisf.Hr
Henry DUtln Manufacturing Co., at AVlllJannport, Pa., is probably tho most
sctlvoId man In Philadelphia May. lj.-nnd Mb wfo recently celebrated tho
Hftleth anniversary of their mirrlago,&i their home, on South Ninth street. Mr,
Plitln comes from onn of tho most famous musical families of the old world, his
father and grandfather before him, at wel as himself, having played at most all
the royal court of England and tho continent.
1441 sautn ts,ntn atreef, pntiaaeipnia, ra. , may o. ayy.
Dr. S. B. Hartman :
Dear Sir I write to Inform you that I
canter which lasted more than three months, and which left me with catarrh,
and several of my friends advised me to try ynur wonderful medicine, Peruna.
I basan with a bottle the first week ft ftlarctf and It certainly did me a great
deal of good' I was s" wel1 satisfied that I purchased another bottle and fol
lowed your directions, which you furnish wltfr every bottle, and I am glad to
say that It has cured me. I shalf certainly recommend the Peruna to ftl my
friends. Yours, very truly, tlenry Dlstln.
Proposals for Indian Supplies. De
partment of the Interior, Office of In
dian Affairs, Washington, D. C. March
?, 1901. Sealed proposals?, Indorsed
"Proposals for beef. Hour, etc.," as tho
case may be, and directed to the Com
missioner of Indian Affairs. 23j John
son St., Chicago, 111., avIII be received
until 1 o'clock p. m. of Tuesday, April
5, 1901, for furnishing for the Indian
service, beef, Hour, bacon, beans, cof
fee, sugar, rice, tea, and other articles
of subsistence; also for boots and
shots, groceries, soap, baking powder,
crockery, agricultural Implements,
paints, oils, glass, tinware, wagons,
harness, leather, shoe findings, sad
dlery, etc., hardware, school and,
medical supplies, and a long
list of miscellaneous articles. Sealed
proposals, Indorsed "Pioposals for
blankets, woolen and cotton goods,
clothing, etc.," as tho case may be. and
directed to the Commissioner of Indian
affairs, Nos. 77 and 79 Wooster St.,
New York City, will be received until
1 o'clock p. m. of Tuesday. May 7. 1901.
for furnishing for the Indian Service,
blankets, woolen and cotton goods.
mHnnvvu reiO i vreiiUTbi, creatvru.
blaVlullzer.thepnwrlptlonofklamoiu French physician, will quickly cure you of all
f mrvuiu or llvio ul the generative organs, aucu us l.ot Hanhiwl, InMmnl,
a-ama in ino HUK, Mrmmal l.uiuiln. nmum mrcoiiii.j, -
t7nntnftatii Mm.. i!vhifiatf nim. VArliKM'ele ana ConatlBMISH.
Itttoiaall !(( ty diiy or nlctiu VwTwiuqulekncMof duUiarir. which l( nptcUecSrd
""The rraioc f ""rer are not cared by Doctors 1 1 bfeanse 80 per cent are troubled with Prostatitis.
Cul'IDUN'K tli ..,'' uiowii reim-dy to cure without hii operation. BOuO tenUmonlala. A wrlttja
wi.iimKtcrii ,uu in on. f T'.ir'ii'.t 11 uiiixrsuH.
VmalL Bent tnrvivtKrfnuUi . l".rniiili a.
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a.ddrsslAV" iil'l !. I t
For sale by Ben L. Rear.
The Scoville Plumbing Co.
ll't Went AilimtH Street.
.cm Is guaranteed lo be slricily firsl-dass
"'3 and up-to-date in every particular
We carry the largest line ot
Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Implements
and Mining Supplies, Studebaker Wagons
which we sell at bed-rock prices. Wc also made another reduction on our
closing out sale of clothing, shoes, furnishing goods and hats.
G-OLDMAN & CO.
A Fine Stock on Hand at Low Prices.
..Washington Navel Orange Trees....
A large stock of Djcldmus Trees, V lowering Plants, Rose Ruches, etc.
Send for Catalogue.
" ii free.
Brick Work of All Kinds.
Best Brick and rhpanpst work in the citv.
Estimates furnished on
ALHAMBRA BRICK CO.
26-32 West Rdoms Street.
of al tho bind Instrumnnts for the
had a bad attack of la grippe last De
clothing, notions, hats nnd caps. Hkls
must bo made out on government
blanks. Schedules giving all necessary
Information for bidders will bo fur
nished on application to the Indian Of
fice, Washington, D. C, Nos. 77 and 79
Wooster St., Nw York City; No. 235
Johnson St., Chicago, 111.; No. 1203
Howard St., Omaha, Neb., the Commis
saries of Subsistence, U. S. A., at Chey
enne, Leavenworth. St. Louis, St. Faul.
and Fan. Francisco; tin? nostmaRtrrs
at Sioux City, Yankton, Arkansas City,
Caldwell, iropeka. Wichita, and Tuc
ron. Bids will be opened at the hour
and days above stated, and bidders
are Invited to be present at tho open
ing., Tho department leserves tho
right to determine the point, ofjdellv
cry and to reject any and all bids, or
any part of any bid. t
W, A. JONES, Commissioner.
It Is -with regret that we announce
that the Atthlron girl who danced at
tho inaugural tall Oldn't get her 17
dollar dress mentioned In the -Washington
Post. It must have been a srent
ys and the urinary orzaua ot ail 1m nutUea. fliriDDIIi atianf UMai
aorJ, Hue Francisco. Cat.
Established in 1874,
The 0. F, GIFFIN NURSERY CO., Pomona.
As soon as any one is attacked vrlth
la grlppo Peruna should bo taken every
two hourj during tho day adults a
tablespoonful, children a teaspoonful.
Hut it is tho after-effects of la grippe
which are generally the most serious
unless Peruna is taken. Jn all cases,
where Peruna is taken as above during
tho acute stage the recovery is prompt
and complete; but whero jtho ordinary
treatment is followed tho patient will
complain for weeks and monthsof weak
ness, slight headache, want of appetite,
and many other symptoms of low vi
tality. Such peoplo bhould begin at
once the use of Peruna a tablespoonfnl
before each meal, gradually increasing
the dose to two tablespoonfuls.
Mrs. Theophllo Schmltt, wife of the
Ex-Secretary of the German consulate,
writes tho following letter to Dr. Hart,
man in regard to Peruna :
3417 WAnxsn, Ave., Cuicaoo, III.,
Tho Peruna Medicine Co. .Columbus, O.:
(entleinen "I suffered this wintor
with a severe attack of la grippe, and
ed 1 y heard of
the value of Pe
runa in such
oases, I thought
I would try it".
I used it faith
fully, and began
to feel a change
for tho better
the second day,
and in t h e
course of a week
I was very
After using three bottles I not only
found tho la grlppo had disappeared,
hut my general hoaltli was much better.
I am satisfied that Peruna is a wonder
ful family remedy, and gladly endorse
it." "Youts, Mrs.TheophlloSchmitt.
La grlppo is epidemic catarrh. Pern
nacurescatarrh whereverlocated, .Send
for a free copy of "Winter Catarrh."
This book contains a lecture by Dr
Hartman on la grippe, which has at
tracted wide attention. Address XHr.
II artman. Columbus. Ohio.
ARTICLES OP INCORPORATION
Know all men by theso presents, that
we, the undersigned, have this 'day
voluntarily associated ourselves to
gether for the purpose of forming a
corporation, under the laws of the Ter
tory of Arizona, and for that purpose
and with that Intent we hereby nnd
herein certify und declare:
I. The name of this corporation
shall be and Is the Newhall Consoli
dated Oil Company, of Phoenix, Ariz
II. The names of the incorporators
are F. Cl. Raker. ChaB; E. Hale, F. II.
Foote, all of Alameda, state of Cali
fornia; A. II. Castte. Albert E. Castle,
F. K. Lane, of San Francisco, Califor
nia: Frank Reese ,of Los Angeles, Cal
ifornia. III. The principal place of business
and olllee of this corporation Is Phoe
nix, county of Maricopa, Arizona Ter
ritory, and It shall have u branch of
fice anil placo of business In the city
nnd county ot San Francisco, state of
wuiuomiu, anu ai sucji umer iiui.-cb
the board of directors may from time to
time deem necessary and proper for the
successful management of the corpora
IV. The nature of the business, pur
suit, occupation, enterprise, etc., pro
posed to be engaged In, maintained and
transacted by this corporation are:
To purchase, lease, bond, obtain title
to or otherwise acquire, own, exchange,
set!, or otherwise dispose of, pledge,
mortgage, hypothecate, explore, mine,
develop, and deal In oil, gas, mineral
lands, or nny lands und Interest theio
In. and to Issue fully paid up stock
To mine, bore for, excavate, extract,
nnd collect mineral oil, petroleum, as
pha'.tum, coal, gas, liquid bitumen, nnd
other hydro-carbon substances by
whatever name known and, other pro
ducts of similar character, together
with all other minerals and substunsM
of whatever nature and by whatever
name known, contained In said land.
To cut, sell and d6al In wood, tnn
bark, lumber nnd timber, and to en
gage In the manufacture ot lumber.
To buy or otherwise acquire, produce,
denl In, handle, own. refine, sen, or
otherwise dispose of mineral oils, pe
troleum, gas, coal, nspjiultum, liquid
bitumen, and other similar products,
together with all other mineral sub
stances whatever; also tan bark, wood,
lumber, timbers and water, ngrlcultu
raljiroduets, and psrsonal property of
every nature and kind.
To construct, buy, or otherwise' ac
quire, hold, maintain, operate, sell,
lease, or otherwise dispose of, tele
phone and telegraph lines, refineries,
tanks, reservoirs, pipe lines, tramways,
roads, and other highways, for carry
ing, transporting, nnd conducting,
storing and refining of oil, gus, water
and fluids of ever description, coal,
wood, tan bark, lumber and all other
minerals and substances.
To purchase and otherwise acquire
water rights and appropriate water un
der the laws of the United States and
the Territory of Arizona or any other
state of this union: nnd to excavate,
nnd mine for, and deal In, and sel', or
otherwise dispose of water.
To purchase, acquire, eell, and dis
pose of, hypothecate, mortgage, ex
change nnd convey, and accept convey
nntes of real estate for refineries,
warehouses, pipe lines, power and elec
trical lines, highways, rights of way,
and for the purposes of agriculture,
lumbering, and any other purpose or
business of the company.
To purchase or otherwise acquire,
and give, grant and sell, rights of way
and easements as may be necessary
nnd proper for the company's busi
ness. To build, purchase, construct, own,
nnd onerate steamships or shins or
vessels of any kind.
"S,. n,i o'i 'nrtinica nf Mtimfrte. and
'ni inif irr.1 m tuo tnnnitr.ipiiiro in
1n the business of hotel and Inn-keep'
ng. , , . .,
To do a general real estate and mer-
JUSTICE BURNETT'S C0UET -r
Thomas Wetherly Dismisied, Ed Eutt
Jr., Held to the Grand Jury, '
In Justice Rurnett'ft court yesterday
the charge ot an attempt to kill Charlie
Chlckenny, made against Thomaa
Wetherly, was dismissed. The case
was called at 9:30 In the morning and
the defendant and his friends were In
court, the prosecution being represent
ed by Attorney O. P. Morton. The
reading of the i.'omplalnt was waived
and the prosecution had no witnesses
present. The court ordered the name
of Charlie Chlckenny, the man shot at,
to be called from the door on Broad
way, but there was no lesponse. The
court then announced that he would
discharge the defendant, but first
proceeded to administer a short lec
ture on the evil of carrying lire arms
In the city and admonished the young
man to hereaftpr carry a club 1t he
really felt that he needed any arms at
all. He promised 'to heed the advice.
Diego Castlnero was tried on the
charge of disturbing the pea'ce and
fined $7. In default of payment, he
went to Jail.
At 2 o'clock In the afternoon the eas
of Ed Butt, Jr., was called for exami
nation, the charge being embezzlement
of the funds of the Knlghta of Pythian
of this Jurisdiction. The defense was
represented by Judge A. C. Baker, and
the prosecution by the dlstilct nttorney
and Judge Klbbey, who conducted U.
case. IlLie only witness examined was
Harry A. Drachmnn of Tuvson, grand
chancellor of the Jurisdiction. He
presented In court the bpuftu of Mr.
Butt, keeper of records and seals,
which showed In tin handwriting of
the defendant the tccelpt of $1,9)0,
none of ' which has been turned
over to the mnslor of exchequer, the
fact being admitted by tho defendant.
The defense claimed thai, tcchnlcilly,
nothing had been sdiofrr. In court lo
prove that the Knights ot Pythlai U
an nsscelatlon, or that nny crime had
been committed. Tho court held that
there was sufficient testimony to show
Unit a felony had been committed and
that the guilt rested upon the dtfen
dant. He therefore, announced that he
would hold him to the grand Jury on
a bond ot $3,000. Attorney for the de
fense made a strong plea for a lighter
bond, but the court would not re
duce It. -As far as learpfd, the defen
dant has not yet given bonds.
Daughter Bui: he i to full cf absurd
Mother Never mind that, my dear.
Your father was Just tho same before
f marrl'-d him. Ex.
To sell mines, oil wells, and stocks
of this corporation nnd to acquire, own
eell, or dispose of, p:edge nnd hypothe
cate the capital stock and bonds of
other corporations or Interests therein,
to purchase, 'own, hold and sell securi
ties, bonds and stocks of every de
scription. To borrow money and pay Interest on
the same, nnd give security therefor, to
Issue bonds, nnd secure the same by
mortgage on the franchise, works,
properly, Income and revenues of the
corporation, or properly belonging to
To engage In the "general transmis
sion, distribution and disposal of elec
tricity. To utilize water and electric
ity In the creation and production of
mechanical power and light and to
transmit, sell, and dispose of the
To buy, sell ,own, hold, such personal
anu real properly as may ue necessary
for the purposes of this corporation.
and generally to do and perform nil
other things necessary or proper, and
Incidental to any of the purposes above
V. The amount of the capital stock
of this corporation shall be Six Hun
dred Thousand Dollars ($000,000) di
vided Into Six Hundred Thousand
shares (C0O.OO0) of the par value of One
Dollar ($1.00) each. One-half of said
capital stock, to-wlt: Three Hundred
Thousand (300,000) shares, shall be Is
sued to the Individuals hereinabove
named as Incorporators of this corpo
ration fully paid up as their Interests
may appear upon the subscription
books of this company, In consideration
of the payment of money paid In and
mining claims and lands conveyed by
them to this corporation. The balance
of said stock, to-ult: Three Hundred
Thousand (300,000) shares shall be Is
sued fully paid up and deposited In the
treasury of said corporation, to be
sold or otherwise disposed of for the
benefit of the corporation as may be
determined bv the board of directors of
the corporation. All of the stock of
this corporation Is to be forever non
assessable for any and every purposs.
VI. The time of the -commencement
of business of this corporation will be
the date of the filing of these articles
of Incorporation in the ofilce of the re
corder of the County of Maricopa, Ari
zona Territory, and the termination
thereof shall be twenty-five (25) years
thereafter, unless sooner wound up by
the legal form ot law In Arizona 'ler
rltory. VII. The affairs of this corporation
shall be conducted In accordance with
the by-laws establlnhed by a board of
directors to be elected annually by tho
stoekhdjders ot the company, said an
nual election to be held on the third
Tnnsiinv nf March of each year, the
nresent board being elected us soon
nfter the adoption of these articles of
Incorporation as a mass meeting ot
mci otrwkhnlders can be convened, the
., ,.., 8ervin(j until the next
. ,,,.,,.. nr ... theIr SUcces-
sors are qualified. No person Is eligible
to be a director of this -corporation wno
Is not a stockholder thereof, and any
director censing to be a stockholder,
the office at once becomes vacant, and
may be filled by the board of directors
at their next meetlns.
VIII. The highest amount In Indebt
edness this corporation may Incur for
any purpose shall not exceed twenty
five thousand dollars.
IX. The private property of the
stockholders of this, corporation shall
be exempt from and not liable In any
case for any of the debts created by
X. The board of directors of this
corporation at the rime of Its organi
zation shall consist of seven members
who shall have power to elect a prcsl-
dent. vlce-nresldent. and secretary and
treasurer from their own number; also
to make by-law.", rules and regulations
Advertisements under this head on
No advertisement taken for
FOR SALE T'vo well located Genter
street lots near heart of business dis
trict; suitable for store or warehouse
buildings. Will se:i for cash or on
FOR RENT Grand Canal water at
FOR SALE 1C(- acres splendid land,
three miles from Qlendale, under
Grand canal, well fenced nnd easily
watered, at $10 per acre, one-third
down, balance iqn time, low rate of
320 acres under the Maricopa canal.
In alfalfa, with Maricopa water
rights, well fenced. Excellent op
portunity for t cattleman; n bargain;
Four large Backeye ranches, very
Two hundred acres of orange land,
surrounded bj bearing groves, at
greatly reduced figures.
Choice Inves-.ments of all kinds.
Money to loan.
DWIQIIT B. HEARD,
Center and Adams. Tel. 1561.
FOlf RENT Upright piano. Address
V. O. Box 1391.
FOR RENT Stcre on Second strpet,
first door south of Washington.
Rooms In O'Nel)! building. Apply to
rnugene Brady O'Neill, rooms 9 and
10, O'Neill bulMIng, corner First av
enue and Adams Street.
HOUSES FOR RENT
FOR RENT Cabin, r, rooms, Just
built, good well soft water, two miles
north Indian chool. west side ot
Csnter street. Jason J. Shepard, now
not inconsistent with the laws of the
United States or the Territory of Ari
zona, necessary to carry Into execution
and manage tho affairs of this com
In witness whereof, -we have hereun
to set our hands t nd affixed our seals
this 27th day of Fesruary, A. D., 1901.
Names of Amt. of
Incorporators. shares stock
Charles E. Hale 30,000 30.000
A. II. Cantle 30,000 30,000
Frank Reese 30,000 30,001
F. H. Foote CO.000 C0.C00
F. G. Baker 60,000 C0.00O
Albert E. Castle 30,00') 30,00)
Franklin K. Lane CO.OuO C0.00O
State of California, City and Couniy of
San Francisco, ss:
On the 4th day of March, A. D . one
thousand nine hund.-ed and one (1901),
before me Lincoln iSonntag, a notary
public In and for Bald city and county
residing therein, duly commissioned
and qualified, penonaly appeared
Charles E. Hale and A. H. Castle,
known to me to be the Individuals de
scribed In, whose narr.es are subacilbel
to, and who executed the annexed In
strument, and they acknowledged (to,
me) that they executed the same for
the uses, purposes an 1 consideration
In witness whereof, 1 have hereunto
set my hand and affix ;d my official
seal, at my blllce In the -Ity nnd Coun
ty ot San Francisco, th( day and yar
last above written.
Ten Ct. I. R. Stp. Cnc.d.
(Seal.) LINCOLN SONNTA O.
Notary Pilic In and for said City
and County of San Francisco.
State of California, City and County ot
Pan Francisco, ss.:
On the seventh day of March, A. D.
nineteen hundred nnd one (1901)) be
fore me, Lincoln Sonntag, a notary pub
lic In and for said city nnd county, re
siding therein, duly commissioned and
qualified, personally appeared F. II.
Foote. F. II. Baker, Albert E. Castle
and Franklin K. Lane, known to ine to
be the persons described In, whose
names are subscribed to and who exe
cuted the within nnd annexed Instru
ment and (they) acknowledged (to me)
ment they executed the same for the
purposes and consideration therein ex
pressed. In witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand nmrafllxed my official seal
In the city and county of San Francis
co, the day and year last above wrlten.
(Seal) LINCOLN SONNTAG.
Notary Pub'.lc in nnd for the city and
county of San Francisco, state ot
10c I. It.. Stamp cancelled.
State of California, county of Los An
On this 2nd day of March, In the year
one thousand nine hundred nnd one,
before me, J, T. Saundeis, a notary
public In nnd for said Los Angeles
county, residing therein, duly commis
sioned nnd sworn, personally appeared
Frank Reese, personally known to me
to be the same person whose name Is
subscribed to the within Instrument,
and acknowledged to me that he exe
cuted the same.
In witness whereof, I ha'e hereunto
sct'my hand and affixed my official seal,
at Los Angles, In said county, the day
and year In this certificate first above
(Seal) J. T. SAUNDERS.
Notary Public In and for L03 Angeles
County state of California.
10c I. R. stamp cancelled.
Tcriltory of Arizona, County of Mari
T, B. F. McFall, county recorder In
and for the county and territory
aforesaid, hereby certify that I have
compared the foregoing copy with the
original articles of Incorporation filed
and recorded In my ofilce on the 11th
day of March, 1901, In book No. 6 of ar
ticles of Incorporation, at Page, and
that the same Is a full, true and cor
rect copy of such original and of the
Witness my hand and seal of office,
this 11 day of March, 1901.
(Seal.) 13. F, M'FALL.
By A. S. Arthur, Deputy.
Ten ot. I. R. stamp cancelled.
Filed In the office of the secrefary of
Arizona this 11th day of March, A. D.,
1901, at 3 p. m.
C. II. AKERS,
Secretary of Arizona.
First 'publication, March 19th!
e half cenb a word each Insertion,
less than twenty-five cents.
FOR RENT Furnished houses and
FOR RENT Vacant houses.
FOR SALE Orange lands.
FOR SALE Ten-acro ranches nnd up
wards. FOR SALE Vacant lots In most de
sirable parts of the city. ,
FOR SALE Homes on easy 'terms.
MONEY to loan at low rates of Inter
est. Insurance placed In reliable com
panies. Conveyancing done accurate
ly. Anything and everything In the
Teal (state lln
J. ERNEST WALKER.
.No. 1C South Second Avenue. Offlco
phone S01. Residence 'phone 3031.
WANTED The public to know tha'C
we are now located In our new store
and arc prepared to show our many
wonderful bargains In new and second-hand
goods. As an additional
earnest of our Intention to serve the
public and our friends of Phoenix to
the very best that our opportunities
offer, we 'have engaged-the experi
enced and polite Mr. C. A. iMossie,
recently with Dorrls Bros., who will
be with us from this date to show to
'his1 friends nnd ours the many and
varied bargains we have now to of
fer. SPEAR & TONEY,
34 West Washington Street. Second
FOR RENT Two new brick, four
room cottages, with bath and sum
FOR SALE A choice piece of business
property that will bring good re
turns on the Investment. This Is well
located and cheap,
FOR SALE several caolc faullAlng
lots on easy terms.
A NICE cottage tor sale on payments.
SECURITIES and first mortgages
bought and sold.
HUGH M. CREIQHTON ft CO..
U N. Center St
HEADQUARTERS for toarUtt. Com
plete city list furnished houses and
rooms for rent; suites for housekeep
ing; city and .rountiy board. Welrlck
& Latham, 47 North Center street.
FOR RENT A ten-room suburban
home, 1arga barn, shade, lavn and
flowers. Furnished or unfurnished.
E. E. Pascoe, 110 North Center Street.
FOR RENT Finely furnished house,
with all modern Improvements. Ap
ply 816 West Washington Street.
ROOMS FOR RENT
POR RENT Desirable front room,
I'urnlshod: reasonable. 332 .North
FOR RENir Two, three or five rooms,
nicely furnished for housekeeping.
Splendid porches. 491 North Third
FIRST-CLASS rooms, at the Dorrls, 32
South Second Avenue.
IRVING Furnished rooms.
THE PORTLAND New family hotel.
Best of table boaid. Pleasant rooms,
6lugle or en suite. S2S North Center
FOR RENT Nice front room, with
or without board, .In private family.
C46 North First Avenue.
TPEYWRITERS-Grcat slaughter In
prices. Absolutely New Manhattans
Model "A" at $40.00 etfch, cash F. O.
B. Chicago. No. 2 Callghaphs second
hand. In first class condition, $15 to
$25. F. S. Webster Co.," 141 Mndlson
FOR SALE Remington typewrite
Tn'o. C; In good condition. L. W.
Cogglns, Abstradt Offlco.
FOR SALE Flv? fresh Durham cows.
A. II. Wormell, three mile? east of
PHAETON for sale; In good condition"
cheap. Apply Box 1482, Phoenix.
WANTED People t know that they
can get more money for thejr goods
at auction than any other -way. See
Hammond, auctioneer, 13 South First
avenue, at Lightning Delivery.
FOR SALE Wheel, 1900 model, solar
lamp and tsols, cheap. Tenth avenue
and Washington Street.
LIGHT Brahma eggs for sale at Pern
FOR SALE, CHEAP A lot of good
furniture; pawles leaving the city
nd sickness has ever been in the
house. AVe mention a feyv of the ar
ticles below. If you want some good
furniture cheap, now is your chance:
One Krnnlch & Bach piano, nearly
new; '1 piano bench, with cabinet; 1
heating stove, 1 dining joom table, C
dining room chalra, 3 rockers, 5 ta
bles, 4 parlor pieces, 3 Jardenlere
stands, 1 pair portieres, 3 pair lace
curtains, 1 hall rack, 1 Iron bed, 1
dresser nnd o:mmode, 1 spring and
mattress, 1 kitchen range, 1 lounge,
1 parlor lamp, 1 student, lamp; also
a lot of fine rugs. Apply at residence
4S South Fifth avenue, corner Jef
ferson. W. R. Orr.
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CIT HAItlCfcllU & C( Employment ARents.
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All Kinds of help for Mines, Hotels, Bestsarants, Btora, Ktc.
MMS OFFirc-WI Geary 8treet, San Franelneo.'Cal. Established W:
FOR SALE One to twenty tons goot
auaira hay. loose: no fox-tail 'in It.
I. O. Box 985. $
FOR SAX,E-3ood guitar, cheap.
ply 684 North Second Avenue."
. REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE Two lots on Washington
street, Capitol addition, 100-foot front;
$276 each. Two lots, corner, 100 feet.
University addition, good loca
tion, $140 each. Two lots east
side of Grand avenue, near
"The Rumney," 100 reet, $70 each.
Wish to dispose of these lots at once,
and so offer them at a sacrifice. I..
W. Cogglns, at Abstract OHlce.
KILROY'S NEW PALESTINE (Room
316 Fleming Block) will offer during
the coming week 140 acres ot tho
choicest land In the valley, within
three minutes' ride on your wheel, to
the very heart of the city's business.
center. The property Is laid out In
city lots and blocks; perfect storm
nnd sanitary sewerage, and situated
on Center Street. 1st. 2nd, 3rd, 4th,
6th, 6th and 7th Avenues. Water
rights In SALT RIVER VALLEV
CANAL go with the same. Price,
$7,500. Reference, Phoenix National
TO EXCHANGE 1 will exchange fine
10-aere fruit tract, new house, in
California, for Phoenix property. A.
A. Branscombe, 123 North Tenth
AN EXPERIENCED SALESMAN
JVants a position in a dry goods or
grocery store; fmall wages only. Ad
dress, Salesman, Repub'Ican olllee.
aiWO COMPETENT colored women de-
slri) position as cooks, mining camp
or country. 'E. W., this otllce.
AGENTS make $0 dally selling the
cheapest and most perfect Water
Pllte:- ever invented. Retails at $1.50.
Big profit. Exclusive Territory. Sen
eca Filter Co., Seneca, Mo.
ACTIVE man by large Manufacturing
House. $36.00 n cash paid for 12 days'
trial, promotion and permanent posi
tion. If satisfactory. Address G. B.
i: Co., Box 1027, Philadelphia, Pa.
AGENTS WANTED-LadJes or men.
"to sell gilt edge oil stocks. Quer-u
Oil Co.. 916 'Market St., San Fran
cisco. WANTED IMMEDIATELY 1,000 men
and women to buy 10,000 palms, ash
and umbrellas, of Chose L. Purdy.-
MECKANICS, Engineers, Electricians,
Firemen, etc.; new 40-page pamphlet
containing questions asked by Ex
amining Board of Engineers. Sent
free. GEO. A. ZELLER, Publisher,
St. Louis, Mo.
WANTED Girl, small family. Go home
nights 654 North Seventh Avenue.
LOST AND FOUND
STRAYED Heifer, about 750 pound
weight: deep red; marked "H. IV on
left shoulder or side.' Notify Wheel
er's meat market and receive reward.
LOST Between the Kelso and Gold
water's, gold open-faced watch with
Initials "S. K." on back. Leave at
Kelso and receive reward.
LOST On Saturday night, between
Brill addition nnd the Club Liven
Stables, one woolen laprobe, white
and blue striped. Finder return to
Club stables and get reward
LOST A black buggy robe on Yuma
road between Golf club nnd Thir
teenth avenue. Finder pleate IeaV
same at this office.
MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi
enced card reader, tells past, present
and future: Ladles, 25c: gentlemen,
CO cents. 231 Buchanan street, corner
of Third street.
WANTED Ticket to Chicago. Person
having same call at 207 West Wash
WANTED To let contract, sink shaft
additional 90 feet; now down 10 f-et,
on bank ,of Agua Frla near Frog
Tanks, to begin before September 1.1,
Particulars on application. Address,
at once, with references. A. B., Ari
WANTED-Wheel for 7-ye'nr-old boy.
Must be lri good condition. Address
P. O. B:x 93.
JOSEPH FRIEDMAN. 530 fouth Third
avenue, -will leave' Phoenix April 1.
Call for your repairing Immediately.
GEO. H. HADLOW Bill and circular
distributor. Box 1311, or Republican
WANTED To borrow, $3,000 from
owner, on long time, low rate. First
class Improved real estate security.
Address M. G. F.. Republican.
WANTED To borrow $1,200 on good
securMy for one ear; will pay $50
per month on principal. Address
Business, care of Republican Ofilce.
WANTED Bone cutter, also small hay
cutter. Address Box 1074.
WANTED Furniture and househol'
goods purchased at the highest pos
sible price, by the Phoenix Furniture
Co., 301-303 West Washington St.
The New Domestic finest finished
woodwork; simplest attachments ma
chines rented. Repairing done. J. S.
Elstner, 407 East Washington street.
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