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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: THURSDAY MOKNING, APRIL 18, 1901
NEW MOLINE WAGONS,'
DEERING IDEAL MOWERS and RAKES
Arc recognized as the "Standard" make of today.
FOR SALE AT
CZRA. W. THAYER'S
124 to 126 E. Washington Street. 127 to 131 E. Adams Street.
REMEMBER THE OREY HORSE IN FROMT.
The best, cleanest and most whole
some 25-cent meul In the city at the
Malson Dore. 17 North Center street.
Try the upstuirs private rooms for a
Lobster a la Newburg, at Coffee Al's
Estimates on brlclc worls for cottane
work and business buildings given by
the Alhnmbra Uriels company.
15u patterns orpictuie moulding, new
stock, latest designs. Picture frames
mado to older. No fancy prices.
J. B. LONG HARDWARE CO.
Just received, l.lw gallons mixed
paint which will bo sold at lower price
than elsewhere in the town.
J. B. LONG HARDWARE CO..
Goldman, t Cc. carry the Buckeye
Mower and Tiger Rakes. No other
makes do equal them and our prices are
Files carry contagion; see January
Popular Science Monthly. Use Tangle
foot; It catches the germ as well as th
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
brick work. The best brick and lowest
cost by the Alhambra Brick sompany.
THE SUCKOW FOLKS
Ihe Domestic Plot Thickens and In
volves Another Character.
John 1C Suckow cnued to be pub-
hed In n Phoenix newspaper yestcr-
i) an elaborate defense of himself
gainst what h ald, was an nttiuK
ln him bj The Kepubllcun The
iti.uk' nns nnthlnc nion- thnn a
inilRht stor with a pail of Suckow
Ufc lnem Kuppissed, of his M-
.cntr nt of u wife and little step-
.uishter While SucKnw's tltftiiie was
inc urlnted the olllcers weie am st
ill; h!ri aga n, and when the paper In
hi t it was printed was issued jest-
i ida mi rnlng Smkolv was unable to
ad i! on account of the tl.lknes of
As has Wn RlalM. Fuckow. his ulfo
li 1 rtcp-dMicr rm-here Inst fal'
It. Is the " " trlttor of a lemedj for
lhe;nrati"K- Mini nrlout othei ill,
ihi h I etj jxoreil to put on the
lu.-irktt Ilf tt, he said, In ne d cf
I in i n ,il h ar1rtlseil for a partner
llth caiiMl I tilt hi tippoitunlt to
r it racun. .iiwi ana otner iuh uiirhi
Ih'rctj b broadened.
His wir had a lar sum of nit-n y
r in n for.T r littobunil. Another largo
lurn was hell In trust for hei child
Irhe woman 'aid that her share had
liien squandered b Suckow nnd that
hiul tak n to hounding lur tooimpei
r to let him at the child's money.
It un m nrr.iunt of his ierlstcn o
that thf affairs of th? Sn kous came
the knowledge f the poo
Thcj s paial J and Mis Sutkoir be
;in orkln? at the resldene of Mr
l I! JLt'am1 nnd Suckow began
j'ng In wnl ir her tin the slie-t.
He went K T iitson for a short time
r. I on his r turn entitled the f. tnIcps
f one H O Hickman, whom the po-
u) the) believe to be a man vlth
rccorl He Is a cripple He all 1
n .Mrs Svukow and told her tint he
r.d her husband were talking about
nrtlnir i ilrnir Htorr. Tie hint SSOO ll
I -all at. 1 If ."V would raise that much
f im her child s money the drug store
. .mid b staitui
Slf dc ltid to come In and rould
not har clone so If she had desired
Then llklcmtn and Suckow adopted
other tactic, ihe blackmailing kind
They met hr o tbf ?tre--t on her way
it the Ven(teroe heie she stops, and
ihtr.-ii-npil t:i lliuied her On Mon
day night, ut-tHe wiliest of Mis Mc-
I'amlfi an officer jccompanled nrr
horn from uork. Hickman nnd
Suckow ;.ei waiting for her, as usual
but did jiot Euilett her.
On Tucs lay Mijht she went hon ac-
nmn.nn!-il i.Jv hv her llttl Girl
Suckow and tticktnan were on watch
nt their "tompd lookout, Thlri
and AVnslilnstwn streets. "Now we've
goi jou, rtii Murium, nnd he charged
her with unfaithfulness and spoke cf
her eseoit the nlxht bfore Hick
man approach d Mrs. Suckow, joining
her husband In the application of vll
epithets Hi Her Tile little gin c.iukiii
Hickman b the nrm nnd cried "Don't
ou hurt m mamma'" llhkinan d -.Ivered
a back stroke anil knock-d the
girl Into the gutter
The commotion nttuicted the atten
tion if Olllcer Hale, who ran up and
KiiaW.w run niinv nn.l ,liH.lllt.,'nrMfl
Hickman, who enn't inn, stood Ms
j. round and was nnested after making
n Incriminating admission Suckow
wsh capturtd later and both were
'rx ked uii for the night.
Yost rjaj morning a wan ant was
worn out In Justice Htirnett's court
against Hicknan charging him with
rn assault on tlK little gill and apply-
iiiuiuay, j3i ii i3tn i
We will place on sale 350 pairs of Men's S3.50,
$4.00, 4.50 and 5.00
Pants, Your Choice, at $25&
The Boston Store
. These pants are made of the very
finest materials in Worsteds and Cas
simeres in very neat stripes, dark and
light invisible plaids and small checks.
Also plain and fancy mixtures in light
and dark shades. Just .the thing for
Spring and Summer wear. These
pants arc guaranteed to equal any you
pay from 83.50 to $5.00.
For 10 Days Only
WE OFFER THEM TO YOU, CHOICE
$2.50 Per Pair.
I THE BOSTON STORE
N. DIAMOND & BRO.,
Cot net Washington and Second Streets, Phoenix, Arhona.
Dfi Hibbflril sfes
Hon hxmnlncr, mid Leading Specialist in
diriinlc nnd ililllrult rn.cn. Illood, Hliin,
Kidney, Urinary, Bladder, Private nnd
Bexusl dl.i'Hiei, damlnat Weaknesu with
iliainted vitality KriiiHiiciitly cured Can
cers and cxicruitl growth reinovod with
out the knife or severe iiicHnurcs 'Ilm
r'asouolDr lliblmrd'a remnrliKtilo suewss Is
ilu to Ida lung cTH'rleiuo nnd Odcptinanl
nblllly In irmtiiiK ritmidlrated nnd liitrinite
illsenscs. Tim j iiirciise m Ida liandii mid In
dealt with lmiieitly and rclentlllcall)'. J!c
member hudeotcs hl cutiru time ami ntudy
to chronic dUcasci U jximlblu Alway be
Examined by an Expert. It iinnblo to
call wile, (recly mid coiiflucntlally, Many cac)
Tieldtobome treatment. Kcfmncca: All the
Hanks, and prominent business menol the
city. Consultation, In percon or by letter,
free, lloura: 10 to 12. 1 to 3, and 6 to 7. Ofllro
nnd Laboratory, ifWS B. Second Aienue.Hib
bard llJlldlng, 1'IkmiiIx, Arizona.
lnj Nile language to Mrs. Suckow. The
la iter charge was also mude against
Suckow. Hoth weie hjought Into court
In the afternoon and demanded u Jury
trjal. They weie sent to thu count)
Jal In default of bond. ,The case wl'l
come up again today.
Kr.algn Foster, of the Salvation army
w 111 lecture Saturday evening on the
llnauces of the army, tit S p. tn In S. A.
hall, and will nniwer questions fiom the
audience regarding the same. Ho has
been In the org.mizat on for seventeen
years and will be nble to. explain Its
finances ifioni London, the Inteiiiullonal
headfuarteisito the local work In Phoe
nix. It will be ninth while for all who
aie Intel eSted to (oine
propects frequently li thslr Inacces
sibility by wagons which are required
for the transH)i tntlon of machinery.
AVhlms aie emplo)ed for sinking prob
ably n hundred feet, and If after dint
much development there Is not a show
ing of ore suincleiit to Justify the build
ing of a wagon roul which Is at times
very expensive, the prospect li aban
doned. With a small lotnry engine and
a small lioller capable of withstanding
a high pressure of steam, these dllll-
cultles are oveicome, for wherever
prospectors can travtl burros can fol
low, .and the engine and boiler Invented
by Mr. Henley aie not too heavy nor
too large to be packed on the taddle of
I The new device may or may not be
j applied to many uses In the future,
I but the engine U almost certain to hive
a run In the undeveloped mining re
gions of Ailzona wheie small steam
hoists are In demand.
PHOENIX MAN'S INVENTION
Itotary Engine That Will Bo Useful
in New Mining Districts.
An Innovation In mining machlneiy
Is the Invention of Oh.irles Heule), of
Phoenix, of a rotary engine w hk h he Is
Just placing on the niaiket. H com
menced working on the devh e three
enis ago, and has just ueeuicd pnt
enls. At 'the time of (he application, In
whli h the machine was described, the
Sclenilllc American made extended
coments on the merits of tin engine,
whose purpose Is to gene-ate n
maximum of jniwer under a minimum
pressitro of sleam. It Is a compound
i Under arrangement, and nlnpiugli It
may lie put to many uses. It If. pecu
liarly adapted, so far as the smaller
engines are concerned, to the operation
of small mining holits. An engine, cap
able of geneiatlng llfleon horse piwer,
for Instance, onl) weighs about one
tenth us much us the ordinary cylinder
engine, nnd Is much smaller nnd far
less cumbersome. In Arizona n hlnd
innce to the development of small
The Wakelin Grocer Co.
Wo Arc AgcntM
Boss Patent Flour
It is the BEST EASTERN FLOUR in the mar
ket. Ask your grccer for it. If he cannot sup
ply you come to us. If it doesn't suit you we
will refund your money.
The Wakelin Grocer Co.
I This is tKe Way We Buy Goods!
LEWIS WOOLEN CO.
fr F(TrT K R S AND JOK II ERS O i
Th lfiiiom: : : : John 2tt
Los Angeles, Cal., March 29, 1001.
Slcs-pi. lfoes & Mi'gqiiier, L'hoeni.v, Arizona.
(ciilleiiicn: "We nrc just in receipt of your reply io our iclf-nuiii. and must repeat our former
anver that the prices you name are entirely too low, and from a business standpoint could not.
pos.-ibly lie accepted. However, in view of the large ADDITIONAL order which you now gend,
together with your oiler of spot cah for the whole bill, we have decided to make a special exception
THIS TIMIC, and will ship the gooih accordingly, at once. ' (
We wi.-h to impress on you the fact that you arc getting some rare bargains in this deal, and
at 11 price that could not lie duplicated in New York or Chicago.
With this assortment, and at prices billed, you should he able to offer such inducements to
your ciuloineiB as will command their attention nnd force their patronage. With regards and best
wUhes, we are, ,
Yours very truly,
Iieuris Woolen Co.
Grayson Lewis, Secretary.
We can save you from $8.00 to $15.00 on a good Suit.
Imported English Worsteds in new designs at $25.00. Fit
and work guaranteed or it doesn't cost you a cent. You know
0& you can't beat that.
ROSS & IEGQUIER 1
THE LEADING TAILORS.
Workshop 31 S. First Ave. 35 W WASHINGTON STREET, f
BEAR'S Poultry Remedies
Arc not a cheap lot of powJor thiinn together for sale only. They arp i'&de
upon scientific principles and are Just a3 recommended. Thai's why we sell lots
of them. Ask your grocer for them. Take no Imitations.
Yon get what you ink for at NKAK'S
UP-TO-DATE DRUGGIST, at
j KEYSTONE PHARMACY, opp. City Hall
We are strict
ly in your line
and to stay.
re employ thti greatest number of
wotkmen In making up-to-date gar
ments for ladles nnd gents. Why?
Because we are practical and under
stand our buslneis. Will guarantee to
make you as fine a lit as any tailor on
the coast. AVork done under my super
lslon. NICHOLSON, Ihe Leading Tailor,
43 West Washington St., riioenlx, Ariz.
A. J. BRADLEY,
Undertaker and Embalmer.
Graduate Chicago College of Embalming to attend
Ladies and Children.
PHONB 841, 216 WEST WASHINGTON STREET, PHOENIX, ARIZ.
An elegant line of WHITE
WAISTS. We always sell
the best White Waist for the
inoucy. Some very nobby,
buttoned in back, at
Cloak and Suit House.
O'Neill Bid., Cor. Washington and 2nd S(s.
Great Removal Sale Next
Center Street Meat Market
A. WEILER, Proprietor.
When joii u'hii '. the ilest I'rlmo !uta
ol JJccf and l'ork, Vent or Nat
ion at Popular 1'rtcct
go to tho
Center Street Meat Market
SN. Center Street. Telephone 2003.
NEW YORK RESTAURANT
Mark Land and am Chitifr. Proprietors. New dlnlnsr room, newly furnished.
First-class meals at all hours. Patronage solicited. 23-L7 south Center St.,
WHITE PIQUE AND DUCK
FOR SKIRTS AND SUITS
Thi'ie U within;,' num rofiehInr to Uio ij;li( or cooling io
weir 1 ti.m a niiv Miil nr skin in i:!c fiom fine iiiquo or duck. Now
ili.it the w.uin '(. "i i nt li mil it i- indeed 11 to proper material for
light summer w uir. We are ijnotiirg special prices for this week only.
20c Quality Q2Ac per yard
35c Quality 25c "
50c Quality 40c "
65c Quality 50c "
75c Quality 60c "
$1.00 Quality 80c "
We slill h.ne a f w Jd-j.iwl l)ie- I'.itlunii. in while goods. Jl
will pay j on io ine?i;gate llic-e exceptional bargain;.
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