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THE PvHrUULTCAr, THURSDAY HOISTING-, OYEMBZB 2, IS93
3 j Arizona Day by Day j Live News TaKen Prom Territorial Exchanges. J Julius Sweetland was granted a de ore of divorce from Fred W. Sweet land on Saturday Tucson tPar. Our Mineral Wealth has discovered that a girl travels about eleven and a half miles during an evening at an or dinary dance. Notice of the appointment of A. W. Powers as deputy sheriff was filed in the county recorder's office yesterday. Tucson Star. Westbound pafsenger train No. 9 was over six hours late last night. The d lay was caused by an accident east of El Paso. Tucson Star. Hiram P. Griswold and Mary L. Cane, both of Arivac-a. were granted a license to marry yesterday by Judge Purcell. Tucson Star. -C- H. McClure. John Hance and V.". H. Ashurst will spend the winter in the Grand canyon of Arizona doing assess ment work on their mining claims. Chloride school has between fifty and sixty children in daily attendance. The Brhool occupies the town hall. The Misses Nellie Noonan and L. Grebe are the teachers. The Flagstaff Elks are enjoying a boom. Five candidates were brandr-d with due ceremony on Tuesday niht and there is a herd of seven more wait ing branding. Sun. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Grout will leave on Wednesday morning for Ogden. Utah, where they expect to reside. Mr. Grout will take a position in a big commission house there. Journal Miner. Mr. John Reese of the Reward mine was in Casa Grande last week. He has purchased the Purcell property, corner of Railroad avenue and Top-and-Bot-tom street, and leased it to George Hi bino & Co. Florence Tribune. The Saylor brothers, John and Henry, until now of Tempe, passed through this, city today with their families on their way to Benson, near which place they have purchased farming land. They will irrigate with artesian water. Tucson Citizen. The Mohave county mining exchange building at Chloride is well under way. Major W. A. Mens?h, secretary of the exchange, is rushing things along and will have a splendid mineral exhibit ready when the exchange opens. Miner. A man was brought up this morning from the Trilby mine and placed in the hospital here, says the Prescott Journal-Miner. He was Injured In an ac cident there but his injuries are not serious and he hopes to be around again in a day or two. Pamfilo Michell, charged with the killing of another Mexican named Lo pez at San Xavier ten days ago, was before Justice Scott yesterday for ex amination. After hearing the testi mony the justice held Michell for the action of the grand Jury. Tucson Star. Flagstaff potatoes will not be on the market to any extent this year. Owing to the dry season and early frost the crop is hardly worth harvesting. Prices are good and all the surplus is being sold at $1.50 per bushel. This is the first failure in the potato crop in ten years. Sun. A burglar was caught in the act of burglarizing rooms in the Bellevue ho tel in Prescott the other night and was lodged in jail. He had his arms full of female wearing apparel and an overcoat when taken. His name is John O'Herne and he was he-id to an swer to the grand jury. George Hochderffer is entitled to the title of champion bear hunter, says the Coconino Sun. One day last week, near his ranch on the west side of the San Francisco peaks, he killed three bears. He brought the carcasses to town and presented each of his numer ous friends with a choice bear steak. Tucson is going to give General Miles a good old fashioned wlcome when he arrives there on his official tour. The Citizen says: "The Society of Arizona Pioneers met yesterday afternoon and took action toward the fitting welcome and reception of General Miles. The general, aside from his other great honors, enjoys the distinction of being E. F. Kellner's Siore.j Removal Sale. Entire Retail Stock of Gro ceries Must be Sold. Prices Reduced to Move the Steele. Cail or Write for Prices While Assortment is Com plete. E. F. Kellner's Store. T. B. Taylor, A. M., M. D., a physician and surgeon 36 years, writes: Electrozone I consider a specific for Stomach trouble, Kid ney and Bladder ailment and Rheumatism. I use it in my practice and recommend it. Dr. T. B. Taylor, Los Angeles. Price of Electrozone only $1 a bottle at Keefer's Drug Store. SBS3ES8E. an honorary member of the society. He is now in Montana, but it is expected that he will be in Tucson In about two weeks and his old pioneer friends of this city will see to it that he gets the right kind of a welcome. A committee consisting of W. C Davis, Samuel Hughes, B. M. Jacobs. M. G. Saman iego and S. H. Drachman was appoint ed to make plans for the reception of the general." President Reno of the foot ball as sociation hasyeeeiv-ed a letter from Su perintendent S. M. McCowan of the In dian school at Phoenix offering to play three games of foot ball with the Tuc son eleven, says the Star. It i3 prob able that one of the games will be played in Phoenix during carnival week and one in Tucson on Christmas day. Cornelio Lopez, who, on the 13th of last September, made a murderous as sault upon two women, Maria Con freres and Dolores Her, living in the north end of the city, hid his prelimi nary hearing today before Justice W. F. Scott, and was held to answer to the next grand jury in the aggregate sum of JS.COO; $5,000 in one case and $3.0CO in the other. Tucson Citizen. About 3:30 o'clock yesterday morn ing James Connell, better known as "Pipe Line Jimmy," had an alterca tion with a Chinaman who is a part ner in the Senate cafe, during which he grabbed a heavy butcher knife and dealt the Chinaman a blow on the left Eide of the neck, almost severing the jugular vein. The sufferer is in a crit ical condition and may die, as blood poisoning may set in. Jerome Hustler. Otto Mergenthaler, inventor of the Mergenthaler linotype machine, died in Baltimore last Saturday of consump tion. Mr. Mergenthaler will he re membered by many citizens of Prescott as he resided here one summer and was engaged in mining near Granite mountain. He made a fortune out of his inventi6n and was recently engaged in the invention of another machine similar to the linotype but different in its construction. Journal-Miner. Judge J. J. Hawkins has returned to Arizona from his visit east on profes sional business. He went as far east as New York and down Into Connecticut. The judge, as is well known, is an un compromising democrat, but does not belong to the calamity howling wing of the party, who shuts his eyes and ears to existing conditions of affairs. In speaking of business conditions In the east he said to the Journal-Miner man at Prescott: "There is no use attempt ing to deny the fact that the people all over the east are experiencing an era of unexampled prosperity under the present administration. I have never seen anything like It before. Factories are all running full on overtime and the demand for labor is greater than the supply of laborers. Everybody who wants work can get employment at good wages and times are just boom ing." SAN CARLOS DA SI. Lippincott's Report Ready Recom mending the Site. The following Relative to the water storage dam to be constructed at San Carlos is taken from a letter of Rev. I. T. Whittcmore to the Fiornce Tribune: Coming to PHOENIX Tuesday, November WALTER L MAIN 7th. FASHION PLATE SHOW OP TE WORLD TFTRJ;ii; RING CIRrXJS. AND GORGEOUS TRAPPINGS it I A GRAND MONSTER MENAGERIE. RACING CARNIVAL. CONGRESS OF NA TIONS and DETACHMENT of ROOSEVELT ROUGH RIDERS who took part in that Famous Battle of San Juan Hill. BIG, New IDEA r-REE STREET PARADE. THE LONGEST. MOST COMPLETE AND NEWEST EVER SEEN IN YOI"R CITY, will leave the Show Grounds at 10 o'clock a. m every morning. In this Magnificent Pageant will be seen New and Novel Ideas, headed by the CELEBRATED ZOUAVE DRUM CORPS; 30 CAGES OF RARE BEASTS: HISTORICAL QUEBEC COLLASHE, Appropriately Customed; HORSE LESS CARRIAGES; GENUINE CUBAN BAND: MEXICAN RIDERS; JOCKEYS and THE CELEIJUATED CLOWN BAND IN PARADE. Immedi ately after parade every morning. A FREE EXHIBITION WILL TAKE PLACE ON THE CIRCUS GROUND. Admission, also Reserved Ser pck'ls for Sale at Goodman's Pliarmacv Commencing ni 9 o'clock A . M. on how isy. UO HRFORMMES DAILY, rtRFORMAMCES HE has faith. I called on Mr. J. B. Lippincott at his office in Los Angeles and he In formed me that his report to the Unit ed States geological survey is about ready for the typewriter and he will soon lend me a copy. I noted these important facts: The Butte dam would cost $2,600,000 and would impound 170.000 acre feet and cost $12 to the acre foot. The site that he will recommend near San Carlos will store 240.000 acre feet and will cost but $1,000,000, but $4 per acre foot. The front of the dam will be on a ra dius of 300 feet. It will be 130 feet high, ninety feet wide at the water level an l 617 at the top. It is the most feasible of all the sites surveyed. Hon. William B. Allison, chairman of the senate committee on Indian affairs at Washington, said to me. "Mr. Whit temore, if I could be assured that the dam at the Buttes could be erected for $2,244,000. according to the report of Arthur P. Davis, I would do all in my power to recommend it; but I believe it will cost two or three times that sum." When the report of Mr. Lip pincott is printed and presented to him he will no doubt be astonished, and ho is In duty bound to abide by his word. The report will be clear and exhaust ive. I shall remind him of his words and he cannot do otherwise than rec ommend an appropriation, in all prob ability of $500,000, to be available from its passage through congress, and thte will give an opportunity for the geolog ical survey under Mr. F. H. Newell to commence work next March, and If a second appropriation for the same sum is passed by congress a year lat?r, I see not why the dam cannot be built and in running order in two, or at the farthest. In three years. I propose to copy more largely as soon as the report comes into my hands and then urge every member of congress, in advance, that when it is printed he give his vote and use his best endeavors to have the proposed appropriation carry. This re port of Mr. Lippincott. with the facts and figures presented by Co'onel J. F. Wilson in the last issue of the Tribune, should be an unanswerable argument to secure the storage of water to pivn the 9,000 Indians from poverty and want, or to be supported by govern ment at a cost of $250,000 per annum, which is but about $30 per capita. ARIZONA IN NEW YORK. What Eastern Capitalists Say About Arizona Mines. SI. P. Freeman 'has returned from his trip to the east, where he went as a member of Governor Murphy's party, says the Tucson Citizen. He says that Governor Slurphy and party were treated with the highest courtesy everywhere they went. They witness ed the naval parade from Riverside drive and during the great military parade, in which the militia of over a dozen states participated, they sat al most directly opposite the reviewing stand and had a close and unobstruct ed view of Admiral Dewey, who stood for five hour3 reviewing the troops, only sitting down a few times when there were brief halts in the proces sion. They also saw Schley, Sampson, Miles, Roosevelt and many other no tables and had a myriad of pleasant experiences, such as a visit to the en tertainment and banquet which was given to Dewey's sailors and marines at the Waldorf-Astoria, etc. Sir. Freeman talked with a large number of eastern capitalists while up on this trip and was told by them that they have much more confidence in Arizona investments than they did be fore Governor Slurphy issued his pro clamation of warning against fake mining concerns. Slany of them said that they had been swindled by dis honest mining men in various parts of ilCiMT. 1 ' . , TBUL7 WCMDCA7UL AMD Ai ACVHRTICED. AT 2 DOORS OPE AT AND S P. M. and 7 P. M. 523 the west and had come to feel rather wary about investing in mines any where. But that proclamation showed them that the people of Arizona will not aid or defend swindlers, or coun tenance any mining frauds. They said that Governor Murphy's proclamation has been given wide publicity in the east and has turned the attention of capitalists to Arizona mines more than ever before, for knowledge of the fact that the chief executive of the terri tory is devoting his energies to making all mining investments safe and " square," and the punishment of min ing frauds, can not help but give -hem a confidence in Arizona mines which they do not feel in any other mining locality. o LIGHT SENTENCES. Hop Sing and Heng Tuen Kee, two Celestials who live one block west of the New Orndorff, were convicted of smoking opium in the city recorder's 'court this afternoon. One was sen tenced to pay a fine of seventeen dol lars and the other was sentenced to pay a fine of eighte?n dollars. Both paid and were released. Tucson Citi zen. Judging from the above account these sentences were entirely too light. If a Chinaman should attempt to smoke hop in the recorder's court in Phoenix without offering the recorder a pipe he would be sent to the pen for life. STUDY OF CHARACTER. "I always like to be on good terms with a subject for whom I am making a bust," said. a prominent sculptor of this city to a Star reporter today. "The fact is an artist, in order to secure the highest possibility In portraying the features of a subject, must study his character as well as the mere forma tion of his features. He should know the 'man' as well as the 'clay.' If the artist holds a subject in contempt, or despises him. his feeling will be sure to find expression in his work. If prop erly exercised the power of showing character on a face, which the casual observer would not see there, is jus tified and cannot be said to be untrue to nature. "For instance, I have found lines of character after conversing with a sub ject which I could not see when he at first entered my studio. A face is a very delicate thing to study, and It3 lines are no more nor less than a re flex of the mind that contro's it. Even the man who expresses pride in his own self control and on the fact that his face tells no tales will show that phase of power, if he really possesses it, and his expression is very different from that of the man who is express ionless, because he has no emotion to conceal." Washington Star. KIDNEY TROUBLE I The Most Prevalent. Dangerous and ! Deceptive Disease. j Thousands Have it and Don'l Know if. Pains and aches come from excess of uric acid in the blood, due to neglecte I kidney trouble. Kidney trouble causes ' cjuick and unsteady heart beats, and ' makes one feel as though they had j heart trouble, because the heart is over-working to pump the thick, kid j ney-poisoned blood through the veins I and arteries. j Soreness or uncomfortable feeling in the back indicates kidney trouble of no small importance. The passing of scanty or profuse quantities of urine is a warning of kid ney trouble. If you want to feel we'l you can make no mistake by first doc toring your kidneys. The famous new discovery. Dr. Kil mer's Swamp-Root, is the true specific for kidney, bladder and urinary trou bles. It has cured thousands of ap parently hopeless cases after all other efforts have failed. Sold on its merits by all druggists in fifty-cent and one doller sizes. A sam ple bottle sent free by mail to any ad dress. Also a book telling all about Swamp-Root and its wonderful cures. When writing, address Dr. Kilmer & Co., Einghamton. N. Y., and mention that you read this generous offer in the Arizona Republican. MEN CURED. PH. MEVER3 Ic CO. tc the most re liable physH-i.ms because they are the moot ac uesf ul. They are the most suc cessful for the reason tht thev aro the most skilled and experienced. They have been curiwr diseases and weaknesses of uian for more than eighteen years, and have the largest and best equipped medical institu tion and the most extensive pra-ticc in America. They never use injurious rem dies Patient can arrange to pav when they well, or may piy in monthly irstall nients Consultation and private book for men free. Home Cures Book Free. Thousands re cured annnallv without se ine the doctors All corrsion.lcn-e confidential. No printing on enveloj or tackaei s to indicst- name of sender I'RI V.lTE' BOOK FKEE. DR. MEYERS & CO 218 Sonth liroadway, Los Angeles. TAKE EIXVATOt! to Third Floor. HOURS: Daily. S to 5; Evening, 7 to 8 Sundays, 10 to 12. 1SJ sIM A NO PAY TILL CURED. ff to rUrULAK Advertisements under this head cme-baH cent word each insertion. No advertisement taken lor lets than twentr-five centa. FOR SALE Four-room tent house with raised floors, screened verandas; five miles northeast of Phoenix, away from irrigation. Best location for in valids. Inquire 32 North First Ave. WANTED Comfortable room, with board, for two. No objection to su burbs, if location convenient. Ad dress, with full particulars, W. A., Republican office. FURNISHED and unfurnished houses for rent. J. Ernest Walker, real es tate, insurance, loans. No. 26 South Second avenue. Phoenix, Ariz. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Call at Mrs. Bell and Sisty's dressmaking parlors on Adams street, between First av enue and Center street. WANTED Apprentice. Apply Miss Shields' millinery parlors, 136 "Wesc Washington Street. GERMAN woman wants place, cave of children and help in household: ?ood seamstress. 420 West Jefferson St. FOR SALE Counters of all kinds, in cluding a fine lunch counter, for sale cheap. Apply immediately at No. IS South Center Street. WANTED Today, a steady young man or boy; must have some knowledge of city; steady job. Call 37 North Center Street. EXPERIENCED cook wants situation in private family. Will do general housework. Call at 546 West Mad ison; have references. STRAYED Sunday, tan colored Gor don Setter pup, three months old: dark brown face: answers to name Reno. Finder please address Harry W. Taffe, Sixth avenue and Jefferson. THE highest cash price paid for poul try and ranch' eggs at The New Place. Williams & Haffner. 9 and 11 West Washington Street. WANTED To exchange, painting for a delivery horse. Call at 1505 East Adams Street. PERSONAL Miss Hatta Berry, scien tific palmist, will call at your resi dence between hours of 9 a. m. and 5 P. m. Special readings given from 7 to 9 p. m., . for gentlemen employed during the day. lit No. 145 Second Street,- corner .Madison. Room 12. One-half hour, $1.00. FOR RENT Four rooms furnished for housekeeping. 129 West Adams - St. WANTED Ticket east via Southern Pacific route. Adams Hotel Phar macy. WANTED A first-class blacksmith; three months' work: good wages. In quire of Arizona Water Co., O'Neill building. FOR RENT Half section good grain land under Salt River Valley cani-.l. Inquire of Arizona Water Co., O'Neill building. TICKET for sale for the east, for lady. Call at 361 North First avenue, fourth door north of city ditch. WANTED A woman for general housework. Apply Dr. Stroud, 631 North Center Street. FOR SALE Fine upright piano; par ties leaving city; cheap. 31 South First avenue. BOARDERS wanted at the Osborn ranch, two miles north of Five Points. William Sidell, P. O. Box 592. WANTED Man to canvass for por traits, etc., on commission. Call at Ford hotel before 9:30, or about meal hours. FOR SALE A nice gentle driving or riding pony: safe for lady or children to drive. Inquire of G. W. Mardis, 205 West Washington Street. ROOMS AND BOARD If you want small rooms, pork and beans, from $30 to $40 per month, you need not call on A. M. Wiatt of 12S9 East Van Buren street. For nice large, sunny rooms and board to please, let me know where to call. FOR SALE At beautiful Long Beach. Cal., corner lot 50x150, east and south front: two fine modern houses, 7 and S rooms. Box 26, Long Beach, Cal. LOST Between Phoenix and the or ange grove, a child's overcoat. Had velvet collar and large brass buttons. Finder will please return to Dr. J. Hardy. STOLEN From the Gibbs ranch Sat urday night, one iron gray mare, branded 11. on left thigh, seven years old, roached mane. $10 reward. Cousins & McNulty. WANTED Experienced German nurse wants a place. Understands child- J ren. Will do sewing. Address Box 7, this office. WANTED First-class coat and trou sers makers. Apply to Gillett. th tailor, 201 West Washington Street. WANTED A boy about 14 years ole j Apply Arizona bakery. WANTED Position as nurse; can gi good references. Inquire 119 We Jefferson street. m MASH JOB RESTORED lion of a taaioua x i.L-i.ni3 C'oost:pai,un. It crsi rf di'a-harr-r?, !M -r TAr" a--a A:r?"r ail tile armrst.l ImpnteDv 'I ITiiOifcrleasii tneii.ee, tue l"-1 - .. fc.. r. . k:.'r:oyn'i t.e urinary ccjians of nil t-anur.tits. TTJ'Stri:I! r.trcntiensi;:d r.stor?3 smnTi wi-ui: ur-jaus. 1 ha rtion sucrcr are r.ot cured oy Frox&? If Ss, OCPIOIIXSIs the on! 7 srnurrn retrwHl v to cure a-ii!:ouiuii orrt-ration. ast;unoiii at. A '7i-Zn:i mj-rr-.pr " -:--rn ard ainne r-vumed il sia boxes does aoc eileel a pfiuuiexilciKsjL 41.33a bol.silfor uXl. by n:d. Send for ru&circuiaraad testimonials. AcW.-ei DAVoL nnjicrxn C O p. o. Box ac:3.8an Francisco. CaL or Sale I? BEN L.. BEAR, Sole Agent, US and li9 E. Washington St., Phoenix, Arizona. . WANTS WANTED A safe investment for $3,000. For sale Five small houses on easy payments. Ten or five-acre tracts for sale cheap. An elegant suburban home at a bargain. Fur nished house for rent. Houses built to suit purchaser, on monthly pay ments. Money to loan; securities bought. Wanted a developed cop per prospect. Price, Creighton & Co., Fleming Building. BARGAINS in a few new cookstoves and a few second-hand heating stoves, at 245 East Washington St. WANTED Carriers. Apply Republi can office between 4 and a p. m. FOR RENT Sunny room, with or without board, on car line. 1618 East Washington street. COUNTRY BOARD For first-class room and board try the Rumney ranch on Grand avenue, one mile from city. Good home cooking and plenty of Jersey milk. TTse of horse and surrey free. W. T. Rumney. FURNISHED house to rent: six rooms; use of horse and buggy If desired. Address Box 722. TO RENT A desirable residence. In quire 546 North Fourth avenue. FOR RENT 160-acre ranch, all In al falfa, under the Maricopa and Grand canals, four miles from town. Apply to Joe Langston, Steinegger building. First avenue. ' FOR SALE Famous white December free-stone peach for canning and preserving: get prices; leave orders at fruit stand (Kellner's corner) or address C: T. Wise, Mesa. FOR EXCHANGE 160 acres In Mis souri for cheap lots in Phoenix or small acre tract close by. Inquire of the wagonmaker at Coyle's black smith shop. FOR RENT Part of furnished cot tage, two miles in country. Address Box 291, Phoenix. FOR RENT Rooms, single or en suite. 343 East Monroe. corner Fourth street. Also stable for two horses. Apply side gate. MRS. CURRY, clairvoyant and healer. Abcession removed, tobacco, mor phine, opium habits cured. All dis eases successfully treated. Room li Cotton Block. COUNTRY BOARD-Clarke's Country Tavern, 13th Ave. and Yuma road, three blocks from car line, with board, running water, porcelain bath, parlor lawns, stable and good home cook ing. LEAVE orders for housecleaning and work of all kinds at Labor Office, 213 West Washington. N. D. Valentine, 119 West Jefferson. WANTED A girl for general house work. Call between 12 m. and 2:30 p. m., or evening after 5. No. 527 North First avenue. WANTED Twenty acres unimproved under Grand canal, and twenty acres with house, under Grand or Maricopa, as soon as possible. W. J. Murphy, First avenue and Adams street . FOR SALE Eighty acres of land five miles from Phoenix, a snap for cash. Call at office and be surprised at the low price. W. J. Murphy, First av enue and Adams street. FOR SALE The lease and furniture of the Wharton rooming house; eighteen rooms; most central room ing house in the city. "8 North Cen ter street. STRANGERS welcome at the Intelli gence office to free city list of fur nished or unfurnished houses and rooms, suites for housekeeping, city or country beard. 32 North First avenue. FOR SALE A home, double-walled brick house. A half acre of fruit and flowers. Fine lawn, cellar, bath rocm, tarn, hennery, city water, electric lights. For terms address Owner. Republican office. FOR RENT Water rights in Grand canal. See J. Ernest Walker real estate, insurance, loans. 26 South i Second avenue. Hibbard building. FOR SALE The Hotel Oasis at Glendale, Ariz. Price cheap. Terms . to suit buyer. Address Owner, Bos , 21, Glendale. FOR first-class board in tie country and first-class accommodations ad dress J. A. McBride, Box 7S2. WANTED Several persons for dis trict office managers in this state to represent me in their own and sur rounding counties. Will'ng to pay yearly $600. payable weekly. De sirable employment with unusual op portunities. References exchanged. Inclose self-addressed stamped en velope. S. A. Park. 300 C xton Build ing, Chicago. ELEGANTLY furnished rooms, single or en suite, with board, in private house; piano, bath, etc ; everything strictly first-class. Mrs. E. S. Gill, 1548 East Washington sueet. CUPIDENE" V t 1 ! T r 7 hatifA...; French Dtvsirian. win h.i.-iv....m J -n - - vous or d-tses of tie ga.er-ve orciu.s, sul-ii as lost Jfanhowi" - I::ini-i I u: '.sin tae JL..-t.iemii.al J.u'.i..ris. .Nen,,ns lM-bilitv, iu Aa.-ry, r-auausitiiir Drains, Varicocele and stop aillosscs bydav or mghl. prevents an-k which ifnn r-iecicod leads to Sperinalorrho.a and riors is htc-uuse nlnetT Tier rent avo trmhl vrffi WANTED Ticket to go east. In quire this office. ' UNTIL further notice KILROY'S NEW PALESTINE will offer lots. 50x130. on 2ND. 3RD, 4TH. 5TH, 6TH and 7TH AVENUES, all within from 5 to 8 blocks from COURT HOUSE (the PHOENIX COURT HOUSE IS LOCATED IN THE VERY HEART of THE CITY'S BUSINESS CEN TER), at prices that will Insure their immediate sale, viz.: at $100 each. THIS ADDITION IS THE ONLY ONE IN OR TO THE CITY OF PHOENIX THAT HAS SANITARY SEWERAGE. Its assessed value, city, county and territory, for 1898-9 is over $28,000, which, to the posted man. is conclusive evidence as to its value. The first purchasers will have the choice. Phoenix Curbstone Brok ers and Commission Men are not al lowed to handle our properties. Room 316 Fleming Block. (Take elevator.) PROFESSION AL ARCHITECTS. D. "W. Millard. Julian Millafc! Designers and Supervisors of Construction For all Classes ot Buildings. FLEMING BLOCK, PHOENIX, - - ARIZONA PHYSICIANS. OWING TO THE INCREASE IN BUSI. nees In the last two years DR. CHILD3 lias been compelled to seek more com modious quarters. His friends and patrons will now find him at No. 1 SOUTH SECOND AVENUE. All Dis eases Treated Scientifically to a cure. Consultation Free. DR. CHILDS la the best diagnostician In Arizona. MUSICIANS. V. G. RAGONEThroughloUnplayrt and Flutist. Teacher of Music. Only the best Conservatory Methods used. Advanced Scholars a Specialty. Terms on Application. Leave Orders at Jen kins'. Music Store or address 939 West Washington Street. VETERINARY. F. O. RICHMOND. M. D. C.. Phoenix. Arizona. Veterinary Surgeon and Den tist: diseases of ail domestic animals scientifically treated. Office and resi dence, fwi West Van Buren street. No charge for consultation. Agent for the Horse Review. DENTISTS. DR. JOHN A. LENTZ. DENTIST. OA administered. Rooms over Postotnce. W. O. LENTZ, DENTIST, SPECIALIST in Crown and Bridge work. Gas ad ministered. Office Fleming Block, rooms 201. 202, 203, 204, 205. 206. II. J. JESSOP Dentist. Office Porter building, corner Washington and Cen ter streets, rooms 14 and 16. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. JOSEPH H. KIBBEY & ARTHUR J. EDWARDS. Lawyers. Steinegger block, 2114 S. First Ave.. Phoenix, Arizona. LAW OFFICES OF LOGAN. DEMOM 1IARBY. 27 William St,, New YorkT Walter S. Lopan. Charles M. Demond, Marx E. Harby. Norton Chase, Fred C. Hanford. Represented in Arizona by NORTON CHASE. Adams Hotel. Phoe nix. STEAMSHIP AGENCY. ATLANTIC OCEAN STEAMSHIP COM panies. Kilroy's New Palestine (Room m, Fleming Block). Agents for White Star, Cunard, North German Lloyd and Anchor lines, to and from all parts of the world. Call or write. EDUCATIONAL. FRENCH LESSONS - MADAME A. GUYOT, ex-principal of school. Paris, France. 522 North First A.'enue. O. C. THOMPSON CIVIL EXGIXFER. fHOK nix, A. T. 25 years in munti ipai. and rail road work. Expert Iiraltsajan. GARDEN CITY RESTAURANT THE OLDEST IN THIS CTTTY . Enjoys the best standing with trades men. Buys everything at spot cash price and gives the best 25c meal. TUCK HING & CO. 22 and 24 Washington St.. east of Ja cobs & Co. Prlavle rooms for families. Tickets, J-t.W; single meals. 25c REDUCED RATES TO GLOBE. The Phoenix Shert Line has ar ranged for a reduction iu the ticket rate from Phoenix to Globe, and pas sengers not desiring stop-over privi leges ran purchase tickets at rate of $12. This is a reduction of $4.50 and is $7.C5 less than local rate. EXCURSION TO PHOENIX. The S. F. P. & P. will make excur sion rate of one fare for the round trip to Phoenix November 6 from Congress Junction and all stations south there of, for the exhibition of Main's circus -the 7th. ARE VOU LISTEMNG? POOR LICHT uELaYS business If you will let us attend to your Electrical Lighting apparatus you will not be troubled with poor Illumi nation. We install Drop, Fixed or other Lights at reasonable prices. ELECTRICAL WORK of a:l kinds promptly attended to, and satisfaction guaranteed. ARIZONA ELECTRICAL CO. Phone 182 (3 rings) 17 South Flrsrv A Vs. V. R. NORR-S, PTorriator.