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iTHE ABIZO: REPUBLICAN: SaTUKD-AVT MOBS;IC,iJtJIS, -27,1 1901,
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Thfe Arizona- Republican
O. W. VI CKEItS,.!.., General Manager
ft. M. MoCOWAN Managing Editor
, IIARV1SY. J. JjEB.',,. Business Manager
3. W. SPEutR... .,'..... A woclate Editor
TlieArrna Publishing Company
!,'s.clualv- Morning Associated Prew
"t ,dfhe only Perfecting Press In Arizona,
The only battery of Linotype In Arl-
r.Ubl)cailon omce: 88-3$ East Adam
atreet. telephone No. 471.
Eritte4 at the pcfutofflce at Phoenix,
Ariiona, as mall matter of the second
classT' ' " ' "
, SUBSCRIPTION RATE8.
By, mall, dally, one year 19.00
Weekly, one year v. 2.00
i Cakh In advance,
Dally, per month .'....$ .7Ji
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Hovernor .? N. O. Murphv
Territorial Secretary t..I. T. Stoddard
Territorial Treasurer,. ..T. W. Pemberton
Territorial Auditor CI, W. VIckers
Hunt, of Publlo Instruction. ..'.R. L. Long
Chief Justice ,...-. Webster Street
Aoclate Justices.... t
R. fi. Sloan, George R. Dayls, Fletcher
Attorney-Qcneral C. F. Alnsworth
to look for divine Interference must
have been shaken? If not blasted? "In
the continuation of trie droi'th wfyqh
the devout people of Kansas' and Mis
souri prayed might be broken God has
vlo'atcd no promise. His promise has
merely been misunderstood.
PHODNIX. ARIZONA. JIJL.Y 27, 1901.
Don't leave the city for mountain
or beach without having The Re
publican accompany you. Ton will
beonesome without it
Th$re Is printed elsewhere In The
Republican this morning a communl
t . ration called out by two
WHAT WD editorials minted In
RIIOULD , tnls paper lately, dep
i'RAfY FOR. locating the public
prayers that have been
offered in Missouri and Kansas for
rain. Our correspondent introduces
several passages of scripture upon
vArileh he places n literal construction,
and which nppear to authorize us to
pray for anything wewant. He must be
aware that much of scriptural teach
ing, cannot bet-onstrued literally.
There Is n false assumption In the
communication that The Republican
mtnht 10 ray that It was wrong to
pray for rain or any other proper gift,
What we tried to say Was. that It was
useless, for the reason that Ood knows
better than we what we need. -He
watches the aparrow'a fall and num
bers the hairs of our heads and holds
us in the hollow of His hand. He
would, therefore, not be neglectful of
any earthly blessing by which we
might be upraised. Perhaps chasten
ing, loss of 'property and the death of
our friends would bring us nearer to
Clod, nnd In tlmt'cosa those earthly in
flictions would be visited upon us.
Prayet Is not a reminder to God that
we need certafn things, but rather a
communion with Him, for the estab
lishment of a closer spiritual rela
, -tjon. Bishop Atterbury Inquires:
'JWhat Is ptajer but an ascent of the
mind towards God?"
There can be only one ob
jection to those'prnyers for rain
the strong probabllliy that they would
be unanswered In the manner the peti
tioners expected. They haye been so
unanswered, notwithstanding they
Mrerc sent up by the religious people of
two states. Itather the conditions
which were dcrired to be ameliorated
havo grown worse, and the misdirected
faith of many who were unwisely led
the last Issue but one of
Commoner Mr. Bryan sug
gests that a free-for-all
A race for the presidential
SOUTHERN nomination should be
MAN, FOR encouraged by demo.
PRESIDENT, crats .evprywhere and
thai not geographical
considerations ' but trie' considera
tion of personal fitness should,
prevail, He mokeit a special point of
the south coming Into the contest, no
southern man having been nominated
for president by any party since 18C0.
The Atlanta Constitution had already
made the same suggestion of a south-
ein man for piesident, believing that
the time has coma when piejudioe
against a Southern candidate on ac
count of the rebellion should bo laid
aside. It will be Interesting to follow
the comments of iiouthern democratic,
papers on this proposal.
The Idea of soma southern papers
that prejudice agil(nst southetn men
has barred them .from becoming pres
idential candidate; Is, an error wh,lch
ought readily jo clear Itself up on fur
ther thought. Th,e democratic party
has not had such, a prejudice against
Southern men as jb bar them from the
highest recognjtlojj, yet tfiat party has
never seen fit to pornlnate, a pre den
tlal candidate fron) that sectlop, 'f here
ntc eminent squthprners who opposed
secession or rebellion, vvhlla there are
others who promptly reiurjjed their
love of and loyalty to the; unqri follow
ing the fanurq of the rebellion. The
reason none of nush men has ever
been seriously considered for the pres
idency by the democratic par(y Id po
litical and geographical and not per
sonal, and the same reason wll) Cause
Bryan's present suggestion to be
turned dow'n tyy his party. Poltlcal
parties cannot Ignore geographical con
sldetatlons, pqilliljlarfy wtjep YQtfM
are pretty eveijly dlv)ij), Tli'ey must
weigh every point of eligibility and the
decisive question In most national
conventions turns on the relative
strength of candidates in the clcss
states, such as New York, Indiana,
Connecticut and Ohio. When election
hinges on these usually doubtful states,
It is folly to take candidates from Ala
bama, Georgia or Mississippi, whose
majority can bs counted before the
When the Wouth shows Itself more
liberal and open-minded politically",
parties will begin to consider the avail
ability of southern men for president.
Rut In 1904 both parties will look else
where for timber. The chances are
overwhelming that both will find their
nomlness for president In the next
campaign In New York, Indiana, Ohio,
or some other ilvotul state. Bryan
would never have been nominated In
1890 but for the fact that the Issues
were such as to make Nebraska and
states similarly located doubtful In the
Of the modern worntm !. health by
exercise. It's aa 'excellent fad, pro-Tide-,
that it is always rememberejl that
exercise eannot cure womanly diseases.
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cise is apt to aggra
vate tbc condition
Tlii firt tn in.
.the general health is
to establish the local
k womanly health.
"Dr. Pierce's Favorite
tbc general health.
It establishes regu
larity, dries enlee-
bling drains, heab
ulceration and cures
HTheri ,tbese ar cured, backaclje, head
aclit and nervousness are' things of the
past. The universal testimony of weak
and sickly women, cured by "Favorite
Prescription," is this : "It bas made me
leel like a new woman."
My wife lias ud tbrte bottles of Dr. Pierce
taedldne, and 1 never taw mien resiiln," writes
A. B. lUynes, Kq, of Atirora, Mwrcnce Co,
Mo "It-wai nonaerftil in itn work. We had
ued loti of medicine, nlio had pne of the brt
phytlcianii in Aurora, but lay wife got uo lietter;
wc henrd one pitiful trroan nfter another. Way
and ulRht. A friend handed tue a copy of Dr.
Plerce't booV, the Common Wne Medical Ad
vlier, and Oer readlntc the testimonial of Dr.
Pierce's successful treatment, and seeinjr that
the case described were "simitar to my wife. I
.bought for her a bottle of.Dr Pierce's favorite
Prescription. Before she had UVen nil of the
medicine shi- wji' nri and ihelping to do the
work. .She has takch three bottles and is sow
about welt. Has better health than she bar
'kad for years.''
' Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con
TheLos Angeles Times the other day
printed q. long article on -the subject
of typographical er
AN rors In newspapers,
ILLUSTRATED an ever Interesting
SUBJECT, subject and a gen
erally humorous one
to everybody except the editor and the
men responsible for the enors. The
Times' article vast an extremely com
prehensive one und Illustrated by act
ual errors how It W possible for every
conceivable- kind of a mlxup to occur.
We do not remember that we have
ever seen a miirc comp'cte exposition
of this entrancing subject, '
It was Illustrated In fact better than
the- Times intended. The next thing
after this article was a humorous cut
arid a dialogue. The cut representea a
young woman committing an ussault
on a piano against which a young
man wan leaning. The following col
He Did you buy this piano?
She No, we have It on trial.
He You ouifht to convict it at
There was nothing Incongruous so
far, and It was sufficiently clear, but
fearful that I he reader might not
grasp the Joke, somebody had labeled
Is as follows: "A Klnetoscoplc View of
a Man Washfng a Cat."
The bill by 'jvhlch Colorado restored
the death penalty, which had been abol
ished In 1S97, became a law without the
signature of Governor Orman. Colo
rado Is thus tire second state to return
capital punishment, as Iowa abolHhed
hanging in 1872 and restored it In 1878.
This leaves only four states where
.capital punishment Js not resorted to
Rhode Island, Maine, Michigan and
Wisconsin. Kansas teally belongs In
this list, however. The law there re
quires the governor of the state to
sign the death warrant of every con
tocapltal punishment, as Iowa abolished
Vlcted'crlmlnal, and this the governor
will not do. The alternative Is a com
mutation' of the sentehpe.
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4 The hotel kef pers of Tucson aro add
ing to the terrors bf the season by com
pelling their ipiests 'to wear coats at
dinner,. In thjr face of a recommenda
tion by Governor Hughes thnt minis
ters wear shirt waists In ths pulpit.
A cattleman Uhe other day missed his
dinner ratherthan confojrm to the ef
fete' eastern Custom, though the hotel
manager offered to lend him a boat.
What sayiyou. to this proposition?
Wo will glvo the first applicant a six
room house on a well shaded lot 70x137
This may bo paid for $C00 cosh, and
practically your own time on the bal
ance. Intel est on JOO balance to be
paid In monthly Instalments of .C0.
Each tlx month $;,o or more may be
paid on the principal and the interest
Every $50 paid reduces the Interest
35 cents per month. Is rot this better
tban paying1 rent? Call on
R. H GREENE
21 NORTH FIRST AVENUE.
The fruitless debate as to whether a
college education pays. Is still going on
In the mngnzlnes. Eminent million
aires are occasionally quoted on the
side of the nntls, but their example Is
directly against their precepts, nearly
all of them making It a lvolnt to give
their ofrn son the advantage, or as
thqy would have It, the disadvantage
of o college -education. Colleges mean
time are constantly Increasing In num
ber nnd there 1 a large Increase In
their enrollment, Indicating the pre
valMng desire for the advantages they
offer to the young men and women of
A second New York bank hus Just
Increased itti capital by $10,000,000. This
Is the First. National of New York,
which at a single stroke has Increased
its capital from $500,000 to $10,000,000.
The bank has a surplus of $10,000,000,
wheh makes Its practical vorkJng
capital $20,000,000. The great banking
Institution ate expanding with the
country and equipping themselves to
maintain the financial supremacy
which Uncle Sam has won from John
There have been two mllMon paid ad
missions to the Pan-American exposi
tion since the opening about two
months ago. It will take eight millions
to trr.oet actual expensen. Until t'hat
flguie H readied, the Investor will
have n re'tutns. Now Is the time to
Edward gets his new title,
Wllhe'nr will need to bestir
foj: another bundle to his
If tbestitel strike should succeed the
world would recognize It as a French
revolution In the manufacturing Industry.
It Is suspected that McLean has pri
vately requested Cleveland to lefraln
from commendlflg the Ohio democrats.
No weather, says an exchange, can
Justify the offense of the shirt waist
Mississippi lynchers will now be re
minded that It costs money to murder
subjects of Italy.
Texas considers Itself able to pour
oil on any waters that aie troubled.
HER CHARM: FOR THE BOYS.
"Jueit see! Wiey act JWi like grown up
men,"whUpered the woman on the ex
cursion boat, calling her friend's atten
tion to tlirce smalv boys w ho -were ad
miringly t-j-elng a joung wcnaii wear
ing a walit". of Buch fllnwy openwork
thaV arms, neck nnd shoulders were all
But the women did not understand
boy nature. From where sho was sit
ting the woman who thought she was
shocked couldh't see what !the boys
aw. It was" a picture of a cavalryman,
with draiw'n sword, on the llv-eliest kind
of a horse, beautifully tattooed, on the
dainty young woman's arm.
tA! man -should not be blamed for the
mistakes he makrts: he- shouM be oral
Ited as Jie profits by thern.
GET FURS REPAIRED.
D. Bonoff, of 217 Soutn Broadway, bp
poslte city hall, the leading furrli-r of
California, will make over and repair
seal and other fur garments at special
rales during the summer season. He
stores garments free of charge. Take
your garments lo him when you go to
the coast and have the work done right.
The Sea Shore
Are you going? Of course, and take
home some of that three car loads of
wall paper Just arrived, at Be a roll;
special sale at
Chicago Wall Paoer Co.,
on u. iirosaway, t-os Argeiei.
Going to Los Angeles?
Everybody goes to the Highland Villa,
103 N. Hill st., corner Flirt. High and
healthy: plenty of fresh nlr. One dol
lar a day, American plan; first class.
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LOS ANGELES, CAL.
KATF3: 11.21 to $3 roper day. Latter with
private baths. Hobms fije up.
'1 lie most popular bnuio In Lns AhKeles for
Arltou people. Has hut added a thud story
Binl now (iiiitalns 1 rooms, nil newly fur
ulshed, with rnonlng water ami elevator.
Thirty suites with private baths.
Free Bub To and From All Trains.
, : TELEPHONE RED 3851 : :
123 Rooms; 40 beautiful suited
with private baths; electric lights
Hot and cold water throughout.
A first-class European Hotel.
KATE 9. 60c A DAY AND UP.
408 S. Hill Street, Corner Fourth,
Los Angeles, Col.
for a genuine Cowhide Suit Case. 22 Inch size.
Trunks mid Hags dlict from the manufacturpr.
Solid for Illustrated catalogue -and. price list.
D. D. WHItnoy & Sons
m-MI H feprlng Street, Lot Aoe-lcs, ('at.
mM South Spring 6t ; centrally located, near
Tblid. Itates llearouabls. f.'gbt. Airy llnoms.
Near Westlakc Park, 433 Westlakc Avenue. A beaut!-
luinrw iiiiiiuiii- .1-W17 wj tiisit-u, iicwijr luniiKueu;
U'Ke jHrihtk5, ploaint rurrountlin;v; tine tabic tm.ru.
' Only a select uud limited umber accommodated
Hates reasonable. Tale Second or Seventh fetreet earf.
TUP nIQ BJ,K So- Hroadway. Dcatant rooms, single nr en suite. Sates
irlE. WMrYO Keaonable. Mrs, Ar E. BARTRAM, Prop,
TUC A LNinUAWI mM """Ih Broadway. CENTRAL LOCATION. Rooms
1 nu VV rl LnrIVl forlrauientsDd jerrostieut.uets.
C!AI I FORM I A HfJTPI fecopd and Hill Bts. SeWt Family Hotel.
-- -. w....- . ,. naws reasouauic. 1 h
Fhos. rsco, Proprietor.
TH p C.l-A PCITPR Modern and flni-claw free baths; convenient to Res
I n -n0 1 n turantt 45 outj tlprlne Street.
Third and Main -treats, lntrally located. European plan; prl.
riULtJl yircty yatebthi; rates rsqnable.
N. K. Cos"li
Entrance, 3SO S. Hill.
Furnished now throughout; new management; free
baths; hot and cold water; electric llhi; cars to all
points. Convenient to restaurants an. nil places of lu
terest. Rooms 11.50 ton JO per week.
MS. i.JB. HARTMAN, Prop.
Cor. Gth aud
First-clast Family Hotel, choice local
ity; newly refitted.
Largo sunny rooms; terms reasonable. Special
prices by the week. y, p,
TrlF IFUINP 1M,' South l!rodwsy. New bonie, new furniture. Modern and 0 rst-
inu JLOOMlTlint. cIhsh. Uoodbed. a specialty. Hot Baths free.
WITH PURE MOUNTAIN WATER AT
SAMTA GATALINA ISLAND
Under conditions prevailing last year. Dozens of swift power launches
for fishing and excursions. Tuna Club tournament now on. Our Marine
Band, .Including Chas. Streeper of St. Louis, cornetlst, and other soloists of
national reputation. Tlia best golf links. The aquarium, containing hun
dreds of living wonders of the deep. Boating aijd bathing over Nature's most
wonderful marine gardens as seen at great1 depth through smooth, trans
parent waters. Catallna offers attractions not posfble at other resorts.
Dally steamer service. Hotel Metropole always open. Take Southern Pa
cific or Salt Lake Route trains leaving Los Angeles dally at 9:05 and S:H
a. m. respectively. Fare, round trip from Los Angeles, excursloh, $2.50; reg
ular. K.75. Banning Co., 222 S. Spring fit.. Los Angeles. Phone Main 88.
Elegant suites with private baths.
Up-to-date in every particular.
HAMILTON JOHNSON, Prop.
Northeast Corner Sjv-nth d WW. St
WHILE IN THE CUT
You should not fall
to rtslt us and sit for
soma of iha ltj.t
stM engraving Portraits made only
ahd first lntrodued br this Studio.
Worldwide reputation tor high rrade
ivor. Nodol awards from raria Ext
cold medal at
Frsnf ico, ls.14.
Filr, and first prill
iiuwiaier xair, nan
Call sad o,urjsoc ot these late st style pictures- STUDIO, 17 N. SprlnajSt., Los Anrelcs
DDN'T FORGET !
Chops, etc., call on ufJIs L
known Cafe on the Pacific Coast.
While on your visit to
Los Angeles for the best
Fish, Oysters Steaks,
111 W. Third St.
Comer Main end Second streets, Los Angeles, California.
t- ii,j .m,..!-.!. At- ilt rt-nfrnt Inrfettnli Ifodern COl.ll
fences Convenient to restaurants, theaters and potofllce. Klcctric tars to ail pans of the
city pafs the door, hntranco 103 hast Stcond Street.
The best appointed Hotel at rcasonsblo prices
lu Los Anxeles, Callforula. situated on Main
Street, dlnetly opixitltu the U. H. roslofflce.
KTery modern convenience; new and clean;
superior accommodations for 2.50 guests. Kates,
American Plan. U CO per day aud up. Kuropean
rlan.T5cicrdarandup Spiclal rates to farnlllcs or (diesis reuimliij a week or more Take
electilccarsoromnlbusatdepotdlrecttoRosslynHotel. B. C. Wfird, Proprlotor
u F. E. HENTZ, Proprietor.
33) S. HIM, ST. (Between 3rd and ith
A FAVORIT-C PLACE FOE ARIZ0NIAN8.
One block from shopuluir tenter. Under new management; throughly renovated, well eon-
rinrinM. ti.lppi FamtlT and Transient Hotl at moderats prlcos. Jtooms 11
Iiirnlslied. Kxcellont popular pr'ced Cofo connected.
Kooms urge, cool and finely
RELIABLE AND EXPERIENCED DRUGGISTS.
OT .. ,v T T"S? ( i 231 Bo. Broadway. oppolte City Hall.
J lT.t r. V J, ., ..Manufacturers of LACX'CaLiroRKli
rniFUMES, Rl'SitsK Ktjmvsi. Mall orders a Hieclalty.
OPTIOIST AND PKAOTICAL OPT tC IAN.
Kje tested on premlxcs and prescriptions filled same
day ordered. Tel. M iosj. ia South Spring StrccL
ACME FEATHER WORKS SffiKfrS
and Pillow. .SIS Bo
bend for prices.
Artistic Ta-ldermy work our specialty. Ei MEHE.SV.
Jr, th- "Itlg" Curio Store, ornoilte Vau ui aud
HOT WEATHER LINEN .?A..i;.aAWtetoWM,, KnbberCo1-
WINDSOR COLLAR CO., tSi 8, Broadway. Loa Angelaa, Cat.
nosfS.SpringSt..KanryArt, side and knile plaiting,
phone Main JOT, Los Angeles, Cat.
"Helmet of Navarro" . ..,. . . ,
"Tnol'iipp't tirottn" ,,,,
C---all TIa - BOOKSELLERS AND
oluii u. inayci u. stationers...
Xo. iit ri, Spring St.Los Aogclcl
THE ST. ELMO
Free tuts from all trains to Hotel. New manacement;
renovated throughout. All cars pats Hotel. Booms
GO cents to tl.CO per day: special rates by week. 343 N.
Mam st. a. EICHENHOFER, Prop:
Ixis AJoias, CaU, Cor. Spring and Third Sts.
Coolest House; lontst summer rates.
- stoat central -.ocaiion.
F. B. MALLORY, Prop.
First and Spring Streets.,
: : LOS ANGELES. : :
Aiders & Thompson, lJropH.
UA T-eA European Plan; Jt,rV-S,I.ni0 ITes
strictly modern throughout 123 East rotirth Street,
one door cast of Hotel Wcktminstir.
J, MILTON PLBCK
631 $'. Illlifft., Opposite pr. Amerlcan'l'lan.
Most Comfortable family hotel in southern
California. 'Low rates for the summer.
MBS. P, J. WHIPPLE, Propr.
The Prescott, ;
able to permanent parties; table board If desired.
5 Temnle Street. A oulet family home.
to newly furnished rooms convenient to all
places of Amusement and within one block
of courthouse; high location; rates reason-
Spring St. Honms single or en suite. Hot and
nates reabontiDjc. jiks. j. i millik, i-rop.
T's-it Atlnc .1C4S Spring Street. Strictly llrst-cl&ss aud central; hot and cold
. "T? 'LIVB? batos: MBS. 11. C. TEAIII'NE. PrOn.
' batns; M. 1). C. TeAiiune, Prop,
-12 S. Broadway,
Rooms by day. week or month:
:entrally located '
THE CALIFORNIA HOSPITAL
t4 SOVTH HOPn STItnKT, LO ANGELHS. CATs
An elegant Iiotel for the Ick. Heated by Steani. Lighted by both Hlec
trlclty an Ouj. A rteslt'fnt Physician, n:id n Oorps of uorty Trained
Nurses. Three well equipped operntlns rooms. Vive dcllghlful verandas.
A Roof Garden; forty feet wide by stx:y feet lonp. Reached by all street
car lines, directly or by transfer.
Strawberry Valley, Pan Jacinto Mountains, Riverside County, California.
Altitude r,230 feet. The wilderness of mountain forests with tits comforts oC
a metronolititn hotel. Heated by steam. Lighted by Electricity. Iiesldent
Phyelclnn, and n Corps of Trained Nurses. Purchase ticket to San Jacinto;
California. Address California Health Resort Company, 1414 S. Hope St., Lo
PHOTO SUPPLIES. DTuin.
811 8. X-Ib Street, LoAeie, CU.
Pacific Coast Ag't
Send forf Catalog.
FULL LINE POULTRY SUPPLIES
jmmm. 315 S. Main. St., Los Angeles
Corner Fourth and C Sts.. San Diego.
The most clciantly furnished and equipped hotel in Southern Callfoi
ills, rievutor, piibliu and private bath rooms. Vine large sample
rnoms for corumerc lal travelers. Hot and cold water in all suites. All
modern ronvenlcnres. nher Opera Houre directly opposite. A first elass t'afe and Grill
Room is connected with hotel. Special Hates by tlra week. O. B. DAOOKTT, Prop.
' per Day up..
The Albatross Inn.
Best location In San Diego. Room
suites and cdttatre.s. Thd table our
specialty. Write for circular and
First class KurnUhed Kooms. Ratea treasonable
Transient Pa'tronago Solicited. Centrally Located
Rooms Cool and Pleasant. J. H. Simpaon, -fftr
1053 FIFTH ST., BETWEEN C AND D
European plan. Rooms 60c, 7Sc, 11.00 and tl.60; special
rates by week or month for summer. Ffee 'bus to and
l.om Hotel, irgc wui iignt- reauing room ana parior.
B. F. Barlow, Prop.
Slo the Dlaci before von locate,
put on train at Occansldc. U
Cor. fith nnd B; a beautiful plact, fine 3 story brick;
. suites, sliding uoors, runnin. waur, anu
Rates A3c to ti.oo: retlnetloti by tbe week.
E. POOS and WIFK, Propi.
three sides, suites, slidliiR doors, runntn. waur.aild tborourhlymodi'rn
eee aar. m
bay windows on
Ct I I D M A D Cor. Third and D sts. Centrally Ieated. Strictly Modern
uwunni aim rirsi uiass. hats ksasuhadua
Pill flUIQI. IIIU Oor. 6th and Ktr Sta. Large, pleasant rooms. Special summer rates
UUUUJlinu Iflfl (lood location; lino view; convenient one block from rlorence.
Agua Callente, Markop. county. Kverytblng
new. Excellent bathing. Rates Reasonable.
THE BROWMSBERGER HOME SCHOOL
OF SHORTHAND AND TYPE WRITING. Loa Anarel, Calif orr la.
Treated on Us beautiful property, W3 1)55 w. Seventh t. Deyoiid the confusion and temt t
tlons of thfimafn stroits yetwl liln osy vnliiug dUtsnce; easy acctss to all rsr lines; exten
slvnfrrounds, benutlful flowers and (trand trees. A typical, modern, refined home Combined
with the most th'irotiKh titslutss training
Thro experienced teachers and two pid dictators. This school owns a latvcr number of
Machines tnan auv other H'hool In thi state. Every pupil furnished one at his home or room
tree of cbarfre. UCleo training daily under a specUl leach-T. SpeedVork under a special
teacher. Dntly Instruction In spelliny, punctuation atd English composition) I'enmanshlp
RndbnAkVf'epinKafterJuly st. Spnlsli after September 1st. targest shorthand schhoi in
Southern California, (me hundred piiplls eniollud for month of June. Evening school all
summer under exoerlenced teachers. Large, handtome catalogue free.
Mr. F. II. We. Is, the merchant nt
Deer Park, Long Island, N. Y., says:
"I alwas recommend "Chamberlalrl's
Pain Balm as the tocst liniment' for
strains'. I used It'lait winter for a
severe lameness In the side, resulting
from a strain, and wds greatly pleased
With the auick-relief and cure It ef
fected." For sale by Elvey & Ilulett.
Wken a young marl with money telle
lies, the people caH"jt 'rith.U5lam."
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