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THE ARIZONA BEPUBLIOAN: TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 14, 1901
TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT
Several DENSMORES and
HAMMONDS, almost new, for
sale cheap, or will rent at reason
Typewriters of all makes bought, sold,
rented and repaired
Pinney & Robinson
QUSS, BICYCLES, CAMERAS, TYPEWRITERS, SPORTING GOODS
Eitkbliihed 1887. Phone 1471. 40 North Center St.. Phoenix.
Must sell these goods at and below cost.
Balance of this month ami as long as
they last they go at these low prices.
"Verily, Verily, more and more"
It pays to trade at the busy cash store."
100 lbs. 8-oft Shell Almonds, regular
prU !$c, our tule price
100 J!.?, brick Cod Fish, very fine
ffgvUr price SOc, our sale price..
169 gal. ugar Syrup, regular price
J 1.00, our sale price ,
Efe4 Tans good eastern Peas, regular I were streaks of gold bearing ore, some
Jiflce 17c, our sale price 'of It showing free gold In large Hake3.
IOC' From n" indications no human being
1,00J cans Bronco Corn, extra fine,
regular price 15c, our fule price.,
85 rns Bronco Tomatoes, extra,
tint, regular price l&e. our sale
2ajfull weight sacks Ilolled Barley,
jugular price 91.05; our sale prlc
6.$ -1b. packages Yosomite Coffee, ,
fijpg Uaspoon In each luckagc,
j?g,iUr price 15c, our sale price..
H l. u dried quartered Apples I
4jrle, regular price 12',c, our
t(HV iliA Coco&nut, assorted sizes,
f3lr yrlce 35c, our sale price..
125 j?tAS assorted Jellies and
Jafnyj regular price 15c, our sale
75 bottle Hlrs Root Beer Extract, i
regular prlco 25c, our rale price.. j
ISO lbs. Pride of Japan Tea or Tree '
Tea. regular price COc, our sale
DO bottle.1? Vanilla Extract, regular
price 15c, our sale price
100 bottles Lemon Extract, regular
price 15c, our sate price
200 Mason's 5e Shoe Blacking, regu
lar price 5c, our sale price
300 1 lb. packages Golden Gato
Soda, regular price 12',c, our ale
50 lb?. Mixed Tea, English Break
fast and Young Hyson, regular
price 60c, our sale price I
100 cans Boston Baked Beans, regu
lar price 12'4c, our iale price....
COO lbs, medium Prunes (Just ar
rived), regular price 10c, our sale
Our regular prices still In force.
Finest astern nice sweet Bacon.. He
7 Ib, Arbuckle'a Coffee $1.00
C to 8 lb. California Ham;, per lb.. 12o
6 barn Cally I.lly Soap 25c
1 inn iMIlk 10c
1 doz. big Oranges ,
iiig lamornia evaporated Peaches 10c
10 IbB, eastern Leaf Lard U5'
5 lbs. eaMern Lear Lard COc
3 lbs. eastern Leaf Lard 35c
This Is the store that's strictly In It '
For there's something doing every tnl'n- I
A Tale of Fabulous Wealth in An Old
Under recent date the following con
cerning the discovery of a lost mine
on the Navajo reservation was sent out
'Hllery Dockion and Jqcob Hush, two
proiK-'Ctors who went into the Navajo
reservation when It was opened to min
ors tyo, months ago, have found th
famous lost mine of Bald Itock.
"Hush reached Holbrool: on Friday
and renewed their slock of supplies.
He and Dookson. ho sas, made no par
ticular effort to locate the traditional
treasure vault, and In fact had not be
lieved of Its existence. They were pros
pecting on the louth side of the Car
rlso mountains, pear the head of th
Gothle wash, In the extreme northern
part of the reservation, when they
came upon the entrance of a shaft hid
den by largo bushes and rocks. The
two men followed the shaft down for
llf,ty feet, followed a series of tunnels,
reaching as far in several directions.
On all sides of the tCiafts and tunnels
;iuu oven in me mine lur years, uut
many wild beasts had made their dens
thprp. 'Phi linilprirmlinil wnrlrlnf-r ivprrt
foul from thousands of bats and snakes
that had taken up their abode near the
"It has nlways been the belief that
the Navajos Obtained a steady supply
of gold from the famous lost mine, but
I It Is likely they abandoned It when the "with the human body when It becomes
1 supply of visible free gold began to worthless by reason of disease. The
dwindle. It It the opinion of the dls- advanced civlllzatlonlsts would reason
coverers that the mine will prove fabu- hat f within such a body would
'lously rtch. nnd that the pilmltlve orig- bcar a relative value to that of the
inal workings have not reached the best horse of today
ore bodies. "While I will admit that the second
0 1 proposition may be considered radical
I PUBLIC RECEPTION 'and inhuman, the first Is one which
" " ' commands the attention of the ud-
The ladles connected with the Flor
ence Crlttenton Home will give a pub
lic reception at the home, In Brill's
addition on Tuesday, May 11, from 3
to C o'clock. Besldo the dedication of
rooms. It is expected to have music,
recitations and refreshments. No ad
mission. All contributions voluntary.
Sail Into the- Seas of the Future
"The civilization of today has not
been ground to that razor-edged keen
ness when the painless putting to their
final sleep of Incurab'cs would be Justi
fied," said a well known Washington
"But it does not follow that the civil
ization of 1,000 years hence may not be
such that the power of the state over
'the Uves und property of Its citizens
will extend to that extent. I will taka
two recent Instances as a basis for my
"First, the passage of a bill by the
legislature of Minnesota, which pro
hibits the marriage of Imbeciles and
persons afflicted with one or two other
mental and physical diseases of seri
ous nature. The purpose of such a bill
Is ojcn to discussion, nnd certain of Its
features are worthy of strong com
mendation, but its practical workings
. are nullified because such couples may
cross the border Into another state and
be legally married. To become an ef
i -fectlve measure of protection the law
j would have to be universal In the re-
I spcctlve states,
1 '"Phn nrntron.
The progeny of a single couple of
I degenerates and paupers have been
tmccd to their various ramifications
through several generations, nnd out
of over 1,000 descendants 95 per cent
have become paupers, thieves, convicts,
I murderers, persons of Ill-repute and
charges upon the public In one form or
another, male and female alike. Stu
dents of this Interesting social question
have made other compilations of de
generate families with equally au
thentic and startling results.
"The power of the sta'te to legislate
for the protection of the majority
uenlnst the acts of the mlnorltv Is un-
disputed, and Is exemplified In many
ways, notably In arresting law brcak-
cr's and .confining thrm In prisons .the
"ntrol and restraint of lunatics, and
th? ,e,U,n? n"u lso1,n,lo ,f "" P
IMUItlil t HIU UUIU1IVVU .t f HlOlttlUII
of future centuries this power will have
been greatly extended, and will, no
doubt, place an Iron bound restiletlon
upon the marriage of persons In unde-slrablr-Omental
and physical' rendition
with the object of The ben' fit of man-
! kind in general.
The second InRtnnco Is the humane
disposition of Incurables. It Is called
to my mind by the case of a woman In
Bcllcvu hospital In New York, who
has been bed-rlddeu from paralysis for
"Tho woman is practically dead, and
has been so from the beginning of her
affliction, for wo cannot truthfully nnd
accurately say during ber life. Her
brain Is alive, but her body nnd ner
vous system are substantially dead. In
COME AND SEE OUR NEW
Experts have pronounced It the best ever made. We have also a few Mowers
and mkes left, -which wo 111 sell at reduced prices to close out this year's
D. H. CURTIS
13 AND IS KAST WASH1NOTON STRRET.
ft; i w IP
Wo are going o place on sale Monday nt
IS patterns of Dinner Sets, Including
and the famous
All these patterns -we carry In open
stock and will sell you one piece or an
entire wet. Just ns you elect. Itemem-
j ber, you can get anything you want at
, our store.
RICHMOND DAY CO.
21-23 13. WoHliIncton St.
the advanced civilization of which I
speak such a subject would probably
be chloroformed or otherwise humanely
disposed of In the same light of hu
manitarian motives which Js manifest
ed today In the shooting of a horse
with a broken leg 'to put It out of Its
"Of course, in this century such nn
act would properly be considered bar
barous and murderous, and so it would
be, but 1.000 yenr3 hence Incurables of
this type may be looked upon In the
light of the Injured horse of today. A
horse's broken leg nmy be set, but It
would cost more tlmo and money than
the horse Is worth when smind, nnd a
stiff-legged horse Is valueltas, but he
would live If cared for. It 1s the samp
vanced deep thinkers of today. I be
lieve that the time- Is not far distant
when some real and concerted attempt
will be made to prevent the spreading
of degeneracy, pauperlfm, disease and
crime by striking at the very root of
the evil cither by the Isolation of or the
prevention or control of the marriage
of such persons.
"How or the manner in which It Is to
be accomplished Is the problem which
wilt have to be solved." Washington
Shrimps, Oysters on the
Ocean Fish every day at
Cheap Taies ror cool summer rooms
at the Ford Hotel.
15o patterns or picture moulding, new
stock, latest designs Picture frames
made to order. No fancy prices.
J. B. LONG HARDWARE CO.
RECKLESS BOY DRIVERS.
It Is a question If there should not be
come age limit to govern the boys, In
truded with horses and wagons owned
by grocers, butchers and the like. Some
of these lads are very reckless, both of
thelrownllvcsnndthose of pedestrians,
1 nthe way they race through the street
regardless of all the rules of the road,
turning corners on the wrong side,
keeping on the left side of the road,
dashing through crowded places and
neglecting no opportunity to Indulge In
a i-peed contest with the boy driver of
some rival employer. Half the time
rome of these t reckless lad3 never con
sider where they are going, much less
whom they are likely to run over, and
that there nrenotmoreserlous mishaps
Is a wonder. Our nttntlon has been
frequently called to this 111. but so long
as there Is no one killed It parses un
noticed. One of these day3,-whcn there
Is a serious nccldent, public attention
will be given to the matter in some
Practical shape. Ex.
A story Is going around that a cer
tain Atchison man is ihenpccked, be
cau:o he works .at home every evening.
As a. matter of fact, he is one of the
soislest men In town, to his wife, and
works around home for exercise.
11 kill RnW
I Personal Mention p
Roy Dill of Madison, Kan., is at tlio
Sam King of Octave Is registered jt
the Commercial hotel.
MIes Marie Schottler of Naco, Ariz.,
Is a guest of the Hotel Adam.
J. K. Murphy, wife and child of
Wickenburg are registered at the Com
L. II. Lord and F. A. Wlckershain
and wife of San Francisco are guests
of the Hotel Adams.
C. A. Larson has ictitrnert to Phoenix
from El Paso after txtensive Journey
ing 'n the southwest.
R. W. Baxter of Wickenburg, and
George Fllnn and wife of Congress,
nro guests of the Commercial hotel.
A. Apfelbaum, Louisville, Ky.; W.
L. Valentine, Los Angeles; J, II. Roth,
Peoria; are registered at the Hotel
George R. Wood In nnd wife and Lil
lian A. Cotten of Boston were among
csterdays arrivals nt the Hnti'l
Governor Murphy returned yesterday
morning from Prescott, nnd left last
night for San Francisco, to bo pros nt
at the launching of, the Ohio next Sat
If troubled wun rheumatism, give
Chamberlain's Pain Balm a trial. It
will not cost you a cent If It does no
good. It also cures sprains and bruis
es in cne-third the time required by
any other treatment. Cuts, burns, frost
bites, qulnsey, pains In the side and
chest, glandular and other swellings
are quickly cure- by applying It. Ev
ery bottle warranted. Price 25 and CO
cents. All druggists.
COUNTY JUDGES WILL GOTO JAIL
Accepted Election Wit hThat Idea Old
Row Over Missouri Bond Case.
Kansas City, Mo May 13. Samuel C.
Pueden nnd Thomas Ncvltt, two of the
Judges of the St. Claire county court,
are In the hands of the United States
authorities here. They were brought
In yesterday by United States deputy
marshalls and will appear before Judge
This case has been before the courts
for over thirty years. In 1S70 the coun
ty of St. Clair voted bondf. for the con
struction of the Tebo and Neosho Val-
1 ley railroad. The bonds were for $250,-
1 0CO nnd were sold, but the ro.-ul war. not
ibullt. For years the holders of the
j bonds have been trying to collect the
Interest on them, but they have never
been able to do so, because the county
Judges would not make the necessary
tax levy. The amount of the original
bonds with compound Interest Is now
over $2,000,000, but the people of St.
Clair county refuse to pay. County
Judges are always elected on that lmue.
A man who lives In that county and
advocates the payment of the bond?.
does not long keep a residence there.
The United States officers have fre
quently arrested the county Judges be
cause they would not obey the orders
of the federal court to Vnake the tax
levy. Several Judges have spent their
entire terms of office In Jail. Ncverthe
I less, or rather on this necount. It Is
compered a great honor to bo elected
to the office of county Judge. It Is con
( sldered certain that the captured Judgr
' en will refuci to make the levy and will
bo committed to Jail to finish their
terms ,as have most of their predeces
sors for the pjst twenty years.
SHORT PERSONAL STORIES.
Archbishop Temple of London admits
that ho Is decvold of musical grace."..
und relates that he was once occupying
a seat as an ordinary worshiper In a
country church, his lmmeJiate left hand
neighbor being a country yokel who
kept turning angry faces at the bishop
as ho then was In evMent depreca
tion of his lordship's vocal efforts. The
bishop, however, continued to make
what he described as "a joyful noise,"
until at last the yokel disgustedly
closed his book, and turning to the gov
ernor, remarked: "I say, guv'nor,
chuck It: you're r.pollln' the whole
President Loubet is a literary man.
He has read enormously, and because of
his habit of early Using, nulte common
among country people, even at the Ely-
r.ees palace, he finds time to read: and
not only read newspapers, but reviews
and books. He reads qul9kly, slezes
well the gist of a writer, criticises fairly
and In consequence gets much profit
from his Teadlng. Resides that, he Is
assisted bya fine memory, which not
only recalls to him what he has read
but aUo every scene through which he
has passed. In that wcy he has accum
ulated n vast experience l elating to
men and thlngr..
Real Bargains in Refrigerators,
Having Just received a carload of
Peerless; Refrigerators unci lee Roxet-.
which we are selling nt prices way be
low our competitors bei nuse of our
good foitune In purchasing these goods
for cash 'below cost of manufacture.
CNmio In and see ther.a remarkable bar
gains and let us sell you. These are
new goods Ju.-t from the factory, and
nt prices below all competition.
SPEARS & TOHEY
32 and 34 West Washington St.
The Special Jubilee
p dent's visit, has prompted us to not let the bull drop, but ke.cp it rolling along to
the joy and benefit of the .purchasing public. You may talk about a sojourn at
Jaf the sea coast, or in the east, or in the grand mountains, but you will never enjoy
f such a feast in bargains again as we are offering right now, when you have hardly
jp commenced doing your summer's sewing. It's going to be our treat this year.
H Yen come and partake.
m & Look at Just a Few of Them
l(i 2-Ho Diiniity for, pr yard
15c Bntiste for, per yard
123c J")ress Ginglinins for, per
Best Calico for, per yard
2."c India Linen for, per yard
171c Madras for, per yard
l"2Ac Ladies' Black IIoc for.
20e Ladies' Black Hoc for. . .
r0c Corcels for
50c Undenvar for
S.lc Undcwear for
2.1 per cent discount on all
$1.00 Men's fancy Princely Shirts.
Greatest Reductions in Fashionable Millinery.
Greatest Assortment Ladies' Waists at all and Reduced prices
Greatest Variety Ladies' Suits and Skirts Ever Shown.
THE NEW YORK
F. W. Mills ns a "peanut king" has
had an Interesting career. He began
life as a peanut vender on a. train.
When only 12 years old he had con
tract.1; with several railroads running
out of Chicago for the exclusive right
to sell peanuts on the trains. This lad
of twelv? had grown men In his em
ploy. Mills, the peanut vender, baa now
In his employ more than COO men. He
! rn.innrnr ff n nnmainv thnt mnVps
slot machines which supply salted pea-
For an excellent midday lunch go to
Estimates on trlcic work for cottage
work and business buildings given by
the Alhambra ttrlck company.
Try the upstairs private rooms for
Lobster a la Newburg, at Coffee Al's
Tfio Mutual Life Insurance Co,
OP NEW YORK,
Had a Prosperous Business
During the Year J 900.
The receipts for the year were $C0,
5S2.S02.31; The Mutual Life, after plac
ing $269,101,130.26 to the credit of the
reserve fund and other liabilities. In ac
cordance with the requirement?, of the
New York Insurance Department ha:
a contingent guarantee fund of $54,122,.
022.25, in addition to the dividends to
be apportioned this year, which amount
In 1900 the claims paid arising from
the death of policy-holders amounted
to $15,052,052.92, and In addition to this
the Company paid during the twelve
months $11,309,210.91 on account of en
dowments, dividends, etc. The general
business of Tho Mutual Life In 1900,
"when compared with the results during
the previous year, 13 highly satisfac
tory. The Insurance In force December
31, 1899, amounted to $l,0r,2,CG5,2n. On
; December 31, 1D0O, tho business In force
inggiegated In amount $1,U1,407,SSS.02.
Since Its organization. In 1S43, the Com
pany has paid to Its policy-holders
Tills vast business has been accom
plished without friction: every Interest
has been safely guarded and every
legitimate claim quickly paid. The
' Mutual Life never had a more success
ful year In Its hlsfory
Tho llbernllty of tills Company's con
tracts on tho lives of conservative men
place It in the front ranks of Life In
suiance Companies. For further Infor
mation call upon any of tho Company's
I representatives nt their Arizona branch
ofn"o at rooms 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, Nicholson
Building, North Center Street.
I W. L. HATHAWAY,
Oen'l Agt. for Arizona nnd New Mexico.
FOR MALB OR RENT
One 8-room house, with porch nnd
vines around, In delightful climate; fine
, v.itler, good well and pump, house, barn,
i stable, chicken coop, cellar, Inclosed,
few trees; mall passes every dhy;
plenty timber; altitude 4,900; In mining
section. Will sell cheaper than cost.
Owner wants to leave. Thirty miles
from Prescott. Address R. D. IC, this
New York Store.
Offering we made last Tuesday,
Hats of all
100 doz. Men's
100 doz. Men's
Your Mail Orders,
DO YOUR ANTS BOTHER YOU?
(iS TTtiev won't if von use the liou-uoisouons Wf
Citrus Ant-Killer ,
few times. We are special agents for it. 23c. a bottle, ff
Stops thirst. (OS
AT OUR FOUNTAIN M
Tho Uivo Druggists.
B AND 1 EAMT WASHINGTON STREET, CtJ
f"wv. ''' n.ww -."
Fancy and Staple Groceries.
Oipram und Tobacco,
H-y, drain and Feed
of all Kind.
Jlilli 1'Bj-nlilu 1'lrst of i:nch Month.
Country Produce a. Specialty
44 NORTH CENTER STBEET
To inform the bicycle rldero that we
are the sole agents for tho celebrated
Tribune nnd Featherstone Bicycles.
This line of bicycles Is thoroughly guar
anteed and In every way are perfect
wheels. You can also llnd In our store
tho Hudson Dlcycle, the Barnes Bicycle
and tho Uldrldge Bicycle, making the
most complete line carried In the terri
tory of Arizona. Wo will meet all com
petition on our lines, nnd give a guar
antee on every wheel sold.
We have the most complete repair
shop In the city. All work guaranteed
and done by experienced workmen.
Mansfield-Rhodes Wheel Co. '
30-32 W. Washington Street,' j
Telephone Main 1771. Phoenix, Ariz, j
tlons In Hot Weather
on account of the Presi
7.1c Men's Stanley Shirts 40c
10c Men's and Boys' good Shirts 25c
2oc Men's Balhriggan Un'dcnvcar 15c
JOc Men's fancy rihbed Underwear 25c
50c Men's French Balhriggan Under
7.1c Mother's Friend "WaUls 50c
7oc famous K. & 15. Waists 50c
kinds at reduced prices.
Seamless Socks ,
Tun and Black Socks. . . ,
Full line Children's Linen Suits 50c
Full line Boys' Wash Pants IOc
2.j per cent discount on all our Shoes.
What you want
at a Jewelry store Is absolute reliabili
ty. You've got to depend on the Jewel
er's word for so many things about
which you don't know anything your
self, that ynu should carefully select
the one to trade with.
We guarantee our goods.
Geo. H. Cook & Co.
Arizona's Leadincr Jewelers.
134, W. Washington St.
lITLrfilQlt) lllw Ufl I I E. 91
Vor tho latest In cool summer cloth
ing and up-to-date hats you will find at
PLANK, the Hatter
10C-S Fleming Block.