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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, 1894.
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A MONTH'S FUN.
A Season of Monotonous and
Soulstirring Amusement.
A Member pf the Expedition Who
Has Already Arranged His Cam
paign or Recreation for 1895.
Messrs. Vic Haijny, A. W. Galpin, G.
K. Smith and Prof. J. C. Cole returned
yesterday from a month's arduous re
creation in the Mogollon mountains
and along an itinerary of about a thous
and miles taking in the towns of
Williams, Flagstaff and Prescott.
They look browner and healthier
than they did a month ago and they say
they had a good time. There was
plenty of game, deer, bear and wild
turkey but they were Bomewbat shy so
that of the nobler game only three
specimens, two deer and one turkey
were bagged. They fell before the
unerring aim of G. K. Smith. There
was an abundance of trout and other
fish.
Prof. Cole alone of all the party seems
to think that something was lacking to
make the trip an unrestricted success.
There was not that Bense of repose
about it which should attend a season
of recreation. He was never permitted
to enjoy a sense of lassitude or ennui.
While ne was not cooking, or hunting
wandering horses he was traveling.
His success as a sportsman was indiffer
ent. The only time he ever saw a deer
hiB gun was unloaded and the
deer had a date with somebody
in the other side of the mountain.
He saw a bear in a gulch one day and
fired two shots at it. The attention of
the bear was attracted by the report of
the gun.
Prof. Cole says if he feels in need of
recreation next year he will spend a
month or two on some ranch near Phoe
nix during the busiest and hottest sea
son. During their stay at Williams the
boys made the Williams News their
headquarters and were handsomely
treated by Editor Michaels. Editor
Buck of the Coconino Sun was another
guardian angel while they were at Flag
staff and all along their route they were
tenderly cared for by newspaper men.
SWIFTY REDEEMED HIMSELF.
Carter Knocked Out In Ten Bloody
Rounds.
"Swifty" surprised his friends and
redeemed his reputation as a tighter
among b porta at the Park last Sunday
by knocking Tom Carter out in the
tenth bloody round of the the hardest
fought battle ever seen in Phoenix.
Carter was the favorite not only on
account, of his record as the champion
welter weight of Southern California,
but on account of a popular supposition
that Swifty couldn't or wouldn't fight.
The event was patronized by a good
attendance. The fight was according to
Marquis of Queensbury rules, five
ounce gloves. Both men stripped in
fine form. They did not weigh in, but
there was no apparent advantage in
weight. Swifty's superior reach and
height seemed offset by Carter's confi
dence. The early part of the first round was
occupied in sizing up but this didn't
last long. Swifty evidently had too
much respect for his man to try his old
rushing tactics at the outset or else he
had learned better on his late New
Mexico and Texas tour. After a little
preliminary sparring Swifty's right
landed on Carter's nose with terrific
effect. The blow burst the glove and
eight ounce mits were substituted.
Carter's face was smeared with blood and
he saw dazed till the end of the round.
That bloody nose was ever afterward
Swifty's mark and he seldom missed it.
In the fourth and fifth rounds by a series
of well sent body blows Carter made an
attack on Swifty's wind so- that up to
the seventh round the fight was any
body's. In the seventh Carter fell to avoid
punishment and Swifty started back to
his corner to the music of Patsey Mc
Quilkin's one-two-three, etc. Suddenly
Carter jumped to his feet, sprang at his
antagonist whose back was turned and
aimed a blow at his jaw. Swifty saw
the movement in time to dodge and
prevent a sudden ending of the fight.
After the seventh there ws no doubt
of the result barring J the accident which
doesn't happen once in a thousand
times. In the tenth Carter was knocked
down by a stinging righthander. He
arose before he was counted out but
stood dazed and helpless, his hands
limp at hiB side. Swifty approached
him with the deliberation of a man
SJtioes.
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About our Shoes that will
impress you most is their
correct style, their splen
did fi ttin g and wearing qual
ities. To make room for
our immense fall stock
being made for us in the
eastern factories, we will
ke special discounts for
i next 30 days. Russet
hoes atCost.
H. L. CHANDLER SHOE CO.
THE POINT
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KJ FT-')
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about to kill an ox. If j Carter knew
what be was going to do he .made no
sign. The next instant he crashed and
tumbled across the ring and fell on his
face his arms outatretched.
"One-two-three-four-five-six" the
referee counted deliberately. "You're
countin' too slow !" cried one side,
You're countin' to fast," yelled the
other. "Seven-eight-nine-ten and out,"
continued Patsey. In about fifteen
minutes Carter began to open hiB eyes
and inquire how the election went.
The fight was for 75 per cent of the
gate receipts to the winner the rest to
the loser. The receipts were $80. There
was no side bet though considerable
money changed hands among the sports.
Good Health Above Wealth.
Everybody knows this, and if ques
tioned will ackno pledge it. Yet many
who will spend any amount of labor in
getting money, when it comes to taking
a slight precaution against sickness or
using some simple remedy for its cure,
will use neither time nor money.
Allcock's Porous Plasters are the
cheapest and most efficient external
remedy ever offered for the reiief and
cure of pains in the chest, side, back
and limbs. Stiffness in the joints,
strains and twitching of the muscles
under their touch, and even deep-seated
pains of the stomach, liver and kidneys
are relieved and cured.
Allcock's Porous Plasters are a mine
of wealth in that they enable man to
work for wealth. .
Brandreth's Pills strengthen the
blood.
To Loan $1000 on good improved
ranch. Eiddle & Gray.
At First Glance.
Every week adds to the list of promi
nent men who are believers in a great
future for the Simms addition. During
the coming fall and winter it is confi
dently promised that a sufficient num
ber ot handsome residences will De
built and occupied to establish a model
neighborhood. The advantagea of the
Simms addition .are such as to appeal
to the visitor at first glance. To go, to
see, is to be conquered at once.
Trousers cut by Gillett, the tailor,
invariably fit and set well. He is the
boss pants cutter.
Miss Nelson teaches piano, guitar,
mandolin or banjo; at the Gilson block.
For Ralp Rarirftin. Plpasftnt. bnsi-
npqfl fnr a lav nr invalid casta Hll ahpft
! and in paying order; small capital re
quired; owner leaving city, uan at
Circulating Library, First avenue and
Jefferson Btreet.
Dr. Ancil Martin, eye, ear, nose, throat
and general Burgery.
For fine prices visit Dawson & Fish,
new hardware store, Fleming block.
The waiters at the Pacific Grotto
luuch counter are men who have
worked at their business for years.
"Standing Room
Grotto.
Only." Pacific
Removal
Agency Singer Sewing Machines, from
701 West Washington street, to 28
South Center. Machines sold on in
stallments. Old machines taken in
exchange. Lessees will please make
pavment at the office.
Will W. Vigus,
Salesman and collector.
Steam Laundry, Center and Jackson.
If you have not dropped into the
Dairy, formerly Nickel Plate, and tried
the cold melons, delicious pastry and
rruit ices, you have not lived. The only
firBt-clasa white lunch counter in the
city.
Send us 75 cents in stamps and we
will mail you The Weekly Republican
for six months. No better way to learn
all about the Great Salt River valley
and its unparaleled climate and re
sources. Home Cast Cresting.
Persons thinking of building will find
it to their advantge to examine the
prices of cresting and sash weights
which are cast at the Standard Iron
Works, near the capitol grounds.
Parties desiring lots in the beautiful
Simms addition should apply to J.T.
Simms, Office Room 3 Monihen build
ing, from 10 to 12 and 1 to 3 o'clock:.
If you want to keep cool this summer
get an electric fan from Pratt BroB.
Call and see them work.
Dr. Stroud, eye, ear, nose and throat.
When Can You Go?
The Santa Fe Route" will sell from
Deming or El Paso round-trip tickets
good until October 31st to the following
points and at the following prices, Chi
cago $68.60, St. Louis $61.10, Kansas
City $52.95, Milwaukee $72.10 and St.
Paul $76.45. Call or address agents
named below.
C. C. Carpenter, C.H.Morehouse,
Trav. Pass. Agt. D. F. & P. A.
El Paso. El Paso.
Subscribe for The Republican. De
livered in any part of the city for only
15 cents a week.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Most Perfect Made.
SCHOOl. DESKS
And Supplies.
The Irvine Company.
Ho for White Bills Mining Camp:
Trl-Weekly State Line.
Through in one day; 8-passenger, 4-horse
thoroughbrace wagon; change horses at CrosB'
ranch and at Mountain Springs: leaves Kinig
man Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 7:30 a.
m., and arrives at camp at 7 p. m. same day.
Leaves White Hills Camp Tussday, Thursday
and Saturday at 8 a. m., and arrives at King
man at 6 p. m. same day.
Fare, $7; freight3e.
Shortest and most direct route to the New
White Hills mining camp. Stage office at store
the W. H. Taggart Mercantile company. Extra
conveyances on application.
CROSS & CO. .Prop's,
Kincman.Arlf.
SPECTACLES AND EYEGLASSES.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
Spectacles, Eye-Glasses,
Colored Glasses, etc.
VANTILBURG & DAVISON
Leading Phoenix Jewelers. f
A CALL.
National Peoples Party Conven
tion. , In order that the people of Maricopa county
who are in favor of sustaining a political party
which proposes to administer this government
for the people, may have an opportunity to be
properly represented and form a platform of
principles expressive of the true sentiment of
the masses,
We, the undersigned National Peoples Party
Central Committee of Maricopa county,, do
hereby issue a call for a Peoples Party Conven
tion, to be composed of delegates as herein
after mentioned, to assemble at Phoenix, Ari
zona, at 10 o'clock, on the 30th day of August,
1894, for the purpose of nominating suitable
persons to be voted for at the ensuing general
election in Maricopa county, said territory,
to elect delegates to a territorial convention,
called to nominate a delegate to congress,
and to choose a suitable County Central com
mittee. The basis of representation from each pre
cinct in said county shall be as follows, and
each precinct may elect their delegates in a ny
manner they choose on Wednesday, August
15th, 1894, as follows, to-wit.
PRECINCTS. DELEGATES.
East and West Phoenix precincts 20
TemDe 8
Mesa" 8
Giia Bend 5
Orme. . . 3
Cartwrieht 3
Alhambr -. 3
Lehi 3
Cve Creek 3
Enterprise -' 3
Aeua Cali-nte 3
School District No. 2 3
West Buckeye 3
East Buckeye 3
Verde 3
Wickenberg 3
Vulture 3
Peoria 3
Winnifred S
Johnstone 3
Frog Tanks 3
New River 3
Highland 3
Lower Gila Bend 3
The qualification necessary to entitle a per
son to vote at said election for delegates shall
be that he is a Populist and will support the
candidates nominated at the aforesaid named
convention.
Each dplegate chosen is earnestly requested
to be in Phoenix on the day of the assembling
of the convention, as early as possible.
Dated Phcenix Arizona, August 6, 1894.
, John a. Karl,
Burt Ford,
j. s. mosier,
m. e. clanton,
Members Central Committee.
I ollli)u: Bouse.
The Windsor
CENTER STREET,
BET. ADAMS AND MOSKOB,
A.
Owner and formerly manager has re
sumed charge. Every comfort of clean
liness and order will he furnished.
Reduced Rates Curing the Summer.
A LIVE CIGAR FIRM
CIGARS,
TOBACCO,
SMOKERS' GOODS.
A.COHN.&BRO
40 Washington St. next po the Palace.
JUST ARRIVED
At 38 Mouth Center Street,
rlioeuix Oil Cii,
The largest and finest stock ot
Navajo Blankets
ever seen in southern Arizona. Come in and
invest before the pretty ones are gone. If you
don't care to buy, look at them anyway, Ben
ham likes to show them; there are only 100.
Thev make fine rugs, are just the thing for
saddle blankets, and oh! so soft to sleep on.
You campers won't know what comfort is
without one.
E. fc. BURLINGAME'S
ASSAY OFFICE S
CHEMICAL
LABORATORY
Established in Colorado, 1866. Samples by
mail or express will receive prompt and care
ful attention.
Gold and Silver Bullion X7la-
Address. 1136 aid 1738 Lawrence St.. Denver, Colo.
A CARD
invites inspection, and tliat s especially
the case with onr card which tells you
the proper place to purchase drugs and
medicines. They are the preservers of
health, and what eileeta your health is
of vital moment. Never be indifferent
about your medicines, but be sure that
thev are carefully compounded by com
petent pharmacists. All our drugs are
pure, fresh, and potent, and every pre
scription compounded by us is correctly
and conscientiously prepared. Besides
drugs and medicines we also carry a
complete line of toilet articles and per
fumery.
C. ESCHMAN & CO.
C0PYiCHr
Investments.
PLAN
INVEST-
MENT.
I make a specialty of sound Investment
real estate in Phoenix and vicinity. In
every case the return is good and the safe
ty of the principal will be absolute. If
you have from SlOO to 10.000 to invest
spe me or you may miss a good opportu
nity. FLAKK. 3a So. Center St.
Restaurant.
The Elmo Restaurant.
The new restaurant in the Byeri building on
Jefferson street opposite city hall
Board $5.00 a Week, Meals 25e
The neatest, coolest, cosiest plaee to eat
in the city.
G. W. TUTT, Proprietor.
W. L. Douclas
QO OLIVET is THE BEST.
V) OflWCl NO SQUEAKING.
5. CORDOVAN,
FRENCH&ENAMELLED CALF.
$4-.3.spFlNECALF&KAN5Araia
$3.5PP0LICE,3 Soles.
$,so2.W0RKINGMfjj
" EXTRA FINE. u'
2.I.7JBoys'SchoolShoes.
LADIES
.952.I.7S
WL.'DOUGLAS,
BROCKTON, MASS.
j Yon can save money by purchasing; VV. I
J llnno-lna Khn.
Because, we are toe largest manutacturers ox
advertised shoes in the world, and guarantee
the value by stamping the name and price on
the bottom, which protects vou asrainst high
prices and the middleman's profits. Our shoes
equal custom work in style, easy fitting and
wearing qualities. We have them sold every
where at lower prices for the value given than
any other make. Take no substitute. If your
dealer cannot supply you, we can. . -These
celebrated shoes are for Bate by
GODWIN &. AVERY
Exclusively. FLEMING BLOCK.
Boardlnic.
Happy and Content are the
Boarders at the
IVY GREEN
RESTAURANT.
WHY?
Because tbeir appetites are first cul
tivated to a condition of natural
Healihfulness and then regularly
nourished and satisfied by choice
viands, fresh vegetables and all
palatable and wholesome foods in
season.
MRS. A. WILLIAMSON,
Adams Street, Between Center and First.
BEDS
AT THE
STAE LODGrlKGr HOUSE
No. 47 Jackson and First Sts.,
Two blocks south of city hall.
EC. EIXEN, :Prop,
Hchools.
Marlborough School for Young Ladies,
865 W. 23rd. St.. Lbs Angeles.
A select school for sixteen girls giving the
comiorts oi a renueu Dome. Aavancea work in
English, History, Literature. Art. Latin, etc.
Native teachers in modern languages. ?o00 per
year. Bay pupils tl00. For circulars address
mks. li. A. 0A8WKLL. Principal.
THE
PH(ENIX BAKERY
EDWARD E1SELE, Prop.
This popular establishment has ben refitted
ana renovated throughout, every
thing in the way of baking
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS
All orders attended to with promptness and
to tue utmost satisfaction of our pat
rons. Free delivery to any part
of the city.
PH(ENIX BAKERY Porter Bik
J li o l House,
In rooms back of Reception Saloon.
Eerjtliing new and clean. Table supplied
with che best the market affords.
FISH AND OYSTBKS
ALL THE SEASON.
Charlie Sam &. Co., Props.
HOTEL RAMONA
Conducted on the
European Plan.
ROOMS, 75c to $1.50
S. J. HAMMOND, PROP
Corner Third and Spring Sts.
Los Angeles, lial,
Reception Chop House
liaiiEK.
-THE-
Valley Bank,
PHCENIX, ARIZONA.
. . . - $100,000
25,000
Capital
Surplus
WM. CHRISTY, President.
M. H. SHERMAN, Vice-President.
M. W. MESSENGER, Cashier.
EECEIVE DEPOSITS,
MAKE COLLECTIONS,
BUY AND SELL EXCHANGE.
Discount Commercial Paper and do a
General Banking Business.
O ffice Honrs 9 m. m.f to 3 p. m.
CORRESPONDENTS.
Am. Exchange Natl. Bank New York
The Anglo California Bank,
san s rancisco, Cal
National Bank of Illinois Chicago, 111
FirstNational Bank Los Angeles
Prescott National Bank Prescott. Arizona.
THE MARICOPA
LOAN k TRUST CO.
INCORPORATED FEBRUARY 1, 1888.
Paid up Capital,
- $100,000
- - 20,000
Surplus, - -
MoDer Loaned on Long or Short Time
on Real Estate or Fersonal Security.
Interest Paid on Deposits
CHARLES 8. FORBES, Pres.
T. W. HINK, Gen. Man. and Cashier.
A. CRAMB, AsBt. Cashier.
Executive Commitiee of Board of Directors:
T. W. Hine, L. E. Hewins, H. E. Kemp,
a, x. untile. a. xj. uramo.
THJS
NATIONAL BANK OF ARIZONA,
PHCENIX. AKIZONA.
Capital Paid Up - $100,000
Surplus $30,000
t
DIRECTORS:
it. W. Kales. Sol. Lewib,
J. Y. T. Smith, Chas. Goldman,
Geo. W. Hoadlby.
CORKESPONDENTS:
x ud ubui ui oamorma,.... oan lrranciscb.
Agency oi Bank of California, New York,
National Bank of Commerce, St. Louis.
First National Bank Chicago.
Farmers x Merchants Bank, Los Angeles.
Consolidated National Bank, Tucson.
xiijl oi Arizona rrescott
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild A Sons London
M. W. Kales, Sol. Lewis,
.President. Vice-President,
Geo. W. Hoadley. Cashier.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
HOI SAVINGS BANE
Of Phoenix.
CAPITAL, (200,000
Receives and pays interests on deposits. Loans
money on mortgages. Rents safety deposit
boxes and will act as trustee. Special attention
given to accounts of guardians, administrators
and treasurers of societies and corporations,
laiiuwo, lucuiiHuivn, eic., etc. umcers : j. u,
Bralv . Pres. Henrv E. Kemn. Vic- P W IT
James, Cashier. Directors: J. H. Braly. Henrv
IT ITamn C -U A It.. lU xxr. i . .
j, nviii y, j. W UrtU VUi. VT IH, IJIlXlBty
M. W.Btimpson. Open from 6:30to7:30 every
UBtUlUUTBTtiUlllt
lilverv.
Chas. W. Stevens
Cor. First St Adams Sts.,
LIVERY FEED ASD SALE STABLE,
Good Turnouts on short notice
at all hours of the day and night.
Buy, Sell and Trade, Horses.
Specialattention to boardlnghorses.
Hack Stand, Colin Broi. Clear Store.
Telephone. 85:
SAVE TUIE AND MONEY
By taking the cheapest and quickest route
from ttolomonville to Sheldon station and
Clifton, or from Clifton to Solomonville. Only
nine hours making the trip either way. Green's
regular mail hack leaves SolomouTiUe for Shel
don station every Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at 8 o'clock a. m., arriving at Sheldon
by 3:30 p. m, mining close connections with
the train from Lordsburg to Clifton. Return
ing from Sheldon to Solomonville on arrival of
train from Clifton every Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday, arriving at Solomonville by 4
o'clock p. m. We shall spare no time or ex
pense to make it to the interest of all who will
favor us with their patronage. Commercial
men and others who have to travel on odd days
can alwaj s be accommodated by timely notice.
Fare, $5; round trip $7.60. We have a corral at
Solomonville, where we give animals good
care and plenty to eat and drink. Saddle
horses, teams and buggies to let Thanking
the public for their liberal patronage hereto
fore bestowed and asking a continuance of the
same, we remain yours respectfully,
N.GREBN&SON.
Solomonville. Ariz.. March 14. 1894.
MO MILES cunRTEST ftUICKESTN 94 MILES 7
SHORTEST TO "J" in BEST 1 SKORTF IT TO
IWMULM sLEpiNftRcAs! 7NLW ORLEANS
Queen & Crescent
AND
EAST TENN., VR. & GR. RYS.
SOLID VBSTTBULKD TRAINS.
Sen Orleans to Cincinnati, 94 lilei Shortest
Making Direct Connections For All
Points north and east.
JBPullman Palace Cars through without
change via Chattanooga to New York. Only one
change of cars to the principal points in Georgia
Virginia, North and South Carolina and Atlan
tic States.
Off-Ticket offiao, 91 St. Charles Street, New
Orleans, La. T. J0NXS, T. P. A.,
Dallas. Tzxas
PROFESSIONAL
ihjKBlcla.ns.
DOCTOR H1BBARD, -Late ol Denver, Colo
rado, Graduate of Harvard Medical C'ol
ltge. Formerly memberof Colorado and Rhode
island State Me dical uwi.ii aiaitTr be
eves of the throat and lungs. Offices ground
DR. JAY W. KIRKWOOD, Physician and
burgeon Ground floor, Washington ot.,
tieit flOOr tO GilSOn blOOlt Catarrhal tti, tinn.
a specialty.
DR. D. M. PURMAN-OfflceOor. Adams and
Center Sts., with Doctors Ward and Mar
tin.. Office hours 9 to 10 a. m., and 2 to 4 and
"isunjiuis ten at uewitt's nack
stand will receive prompt attention.
OFFICE HOTJES:
Dr. Hughes, 12 to 2 p. m.
Dr. Dameron, 9 to 12 a. m.
Office Telephone, No. 17.
Dr. Huphpe' Rj.,iAnAn xt o
" VWUVULQ,1,V.II.
Callsattended at any hour from office opposite
.Uabxai auwi. -
DR. CHAS H. JONES, TEMPB, A. T. OF
nml at Heln"man & GUI building.
Office hours 8 to 9 a, m.. g to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m.
Xentlsts.
DEnd5fUSHTALL WORK
Uandl6PoBnllrYl"n8D'u'Dle- Koom
c. Norton n tt . . ., X r.rrr:
d . physicianV su,V IZX&Sl
nmSPS"1 Ro bl00k- Center StT PhinU
.?c? hours, 10 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p m Tei
ntorial Veterinary Surgeon.
V J?H?M?' M C, Phoenix. Art-
Offin. 37 w5 "5? v. ' "est van Buren street
cUu7uHtoiVMhingtonrtreet- Ctor,
Attorneya-at-ljaw.
CM; t?21 E-4"?ey and Counsellor
Ariz'ona. 7 Flemln8 block, Phcenix,
MtYJiAttome ,nd Counsellor
. at Law, 28 Wall strent. Phreni-r iri.
TT T.Vltf A w i t-; rr
7oom.t2ndr"TZS 'Sw- omoe-
PORTER W. FLEMING; Attorney at Law.
Arizona08 211 Ftanln Bl0, Phcenix
H. N. ALEXANDKE. W.H.STILWELL.
ArV.niS 8TLL WELL ATTORNEYS
Int, ptcenlx!Ar2ffiCe ta H""0rd Bm bulld"
DAMRON & CRENSHAW, Attorneys at Law.
Rooms 13 and 15, Porter block, comerCen
ter and Washington streets, Phcenix, Aria.
J. W. CBEN8HAW. J. M.DAMBOK.
WESFwf TE,W Aornr at Law, room
8 Fleming block, Phoenix.
WILLIS J. HDLING8. Wine W Hmra
HULINGS & HTJLINGS, Attorneys-avLaw.
Rooms 9 and 11 Porter bulldine.
FIT,CH & CAMPBELL, ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Over National Bank of Arizona.
FEAN? COX-ATTORNEY AT LAW. rooms
Arizona Tbibodo building, Phcenix,
B. J. Feamklin. Alfbeo Fbahkuh.
F FRANKLIN & FEANKLIN Attorneys and
. S?un.eei?" at Booms 11 and 12, Moni
hon block, Phcenix, Arisona. '
Joseph H. Kibbey, g. C. Israel.
KIBBEY & ISRAEL,
Lawyers.
Rooms 2, 4 and 6, National Bank of Arizona
Phrenix,
OlOCX.
Arizona.
Francis j. Heney. Boceesteb Ford.
HENEY & FORD,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSBSLLOBS AT LAW.
Office southwest corner Church and Pennini
ton streets, Tucson, Arizona.
ARNE8 &MARTIN, ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW
Tucson, Arizona. i
JEEEY MILLAY. WALTER BENNETT
MILLAY & BENNETT, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.
Rooms 16 and 17 Fleming block.
L. VAN HORN, "
Attorney and Counselor at law.
Tempe, Arizona
Instruction.
A P. SERRANO, SPANISH TEACHER.
Lescons given at pupils' residence. Ad
dress P. O. box 772, Phoenix, Ariz,
A.ro,bltect.
FRED HEINLELN Architect and Superin
tendent Room 11, Fleming Block. Fif
teen years experience. Architect and superin
tendent of the Fleming Block. ,-
M. CREIGHTON Architect and superin
. tendent. Office, West Washington St.,
rhoraix, Ariz.
MetaijTgst.
LW Morgan Metallurgist the Hareuvar
. Copper Co. Office. Room 10, Fleming
Block.
Pensions.
I HAVE opened an office In room 1, 18 West
Washington St., with Riddle & Gray, real
estate dealers, where I will attend to pensions
business. If you haie a claim pending and
need help come and see me. G.D.GRAY.
JMUnlng; -Cnnlneer.
HENRY 8. DUNN Civil and mining en
gineer. U.S. deputy mineral surveyor
Rooms 12 and 14 National Bank of Arizona
building, Phcenix
ELLIS CLARK, Postoffice box 241 Mines
examined and reported on. Developed
copper property wanted.
Assaver.
j?gtirie7a8ayeXv8hi1ngt
. street, east of P. O. Phcenix. Aril
PRICE FOB ASSAYS:
Gold, Silver, Cop'r, ?1.00 I Copper. ILOO
Gold.Silver, Lead, 1.00 Lead 1.00
Gold and Silver 50 1 Tin 5.00
Hoolety.
PH03N1X LODGE NO. 5, A. O. U. W. meets
in Monihon Block every Wednesday eve
ning. M. W., B. A. Fickas; Recorder, J. D.
James. Visiting bretnren cordially Invited.
Bicycles.
H '9. GR1S WOLD Manufacturers' agent
. and general commission merchant
dealer in bicycles and cycling sundries. All
kinds of difficult bicycle repairing skilfully
done. .12 South Center St.
Machine Shop.
CIOPELAND & McCALLUM, 32 Wall street.
j Mining, agricultural and all other kinds
of machinery Duiit or repaired. Modem and
paternsmade. Soldering, brazing, grindln or
any other work in the mechanical line. En
gines remodeled.
DK. L. LUKE
PHYSICIAN Ac SCBGUON.
Three years practice in Phmnlx. All kinds
of nervous and chronic diseases skillfully and
reasonably treated.
Office: W. WASHINGTON 8T.
bet. 4th and 5th Ave.
Arizona Historical Society.
The material prepared by the above named
society will be published for the four months
beginning with the July, 1894 number, in the
Overland Monthly, San Francisco, Cal., under
TneJc,1ptJon oJ "Bonding a State in Apache
Land." Subscription price, $3 a year ii ad
vance, or tl for the four numbers.
CHAS. D. POSTON. President.

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