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THE ARIZONA. ItEPUBUCAN, MOH DAT MORXING, NGVEMiiER C, 1899 I Arizona Day by Day I Live N'ws ToKcn rrom Secretary Laughlin. of the tentorial prison, arrived Sunday morning from Juincy. IP., accompanied by his newly mnde bride. Yuma Sun. Thtt Red Men of Tucson gave a very successful minstrel show on Friday night bringing many local stars to the fnfnt and a liberal amount of money to the box office. Forest Supervisor Thayer went out "yesterday and served notice on some stull ci" iters who were operating on the new reserve, to stop work. Journal Mirer. i. N. Kinney, stenographer for the Old Dominion Copper company, who has been sick with typhoid fever for several weeks, is happily convalescent, and hopes to return to work within a few days. Silver Belt. Friends of Mrs. C. D. Reppy will be lained to learn that her condition is not as favorable as reported last week. "On Tuesday last fever returned, and has been ranging over 100 ever since, indicating a relapse. Tribune. Two new cottages being constructed by Levy & Co., on the east side of ! Main street are nearing completion, says the. Yuma Sun. Another cottage the sane size and style, is also under wajf. new cement sidewalk has been lult in front of them. The formal opening of John Gandol fo's new hotel will take place tomorrov. evening, the festivities commencing at eight o'clock sharp. Invitations have been issued and preparations are being made for a grand time. Dancing will be the principal feature of the event. Tama Sun. The TlH Angina n.nnrti Iho 1 issuance of a marriage license Novem ber 1. in that city to Frederick Sattes, a native of- Germany, aged 43 years, and a residp-at of Prescott, Arizona, and ZUaiid, K. Gille, a native of Ohio, aged 23 t-ars. and a resident of San Fran fi? jo. Journal-Miner. They have lively times at their soci ety balls in Globe. The Silver Belt says: Justice Wm. Whalley had a case -ome before him yesterday in which Pete Colette, Jim Gacolette and Pablo Troly were found guilty and fined $30 each for an assault made upon Ericoli Parro'jhini at a dance on last Saturday night. ' The Old Dominion Copper Mining and Smelting company has a force of about sixty men at work, under the di rection of George Roggenstroh, build ing a road from a point half a mile be- yona Bloody Tanks, running south of the Garden trail, to a terminus near the hea't of Pinto creek. The road will be se'en or more mile in lenh Kil- ! ver Belt. Manuel Roldan, the man whose skull was crushed in a row in Sicocan's sa loon several weeks ago, and upon whom the operation of trepanning was suc cessfully performed by Dr. Purcell, still continues insane and this morning he was Rpnt to the Insane asylum at Phoe nix. It is hoped that he will recover h5 sanity as soon as he entirely recov- I vrs from his injury. Citizen. J J. M. Aitkin, J. J. Wragovich and j Chas. Allabach will leave tomorrow for a two weeks' hunting trip in Hell's can yon. Bear, deer and turkey are the special objects of their trip, but any Etray quail, or other kind of game that gets In their way will suffer the con sequences. Mr. Aitkin is up from Phoe nix for a month's vacation. Journal Miner. A collision occurred this side of Ft. Thomas Tuesday night, says the Globe Times. A caboose was set out on the main track to be pushed up to Geroni mo, but the coming train was not noti ced, and consequently ran into the car, V: caking the pilot and laying up the engine for a day. The engineer jumped, while the fireman was not aware of the trouble, and remained, and came out all right. Men 'on the caboose jumped before the bump. J. F. Ketcherside and E. L. Ben brook came in on Sunday last from the Vosburg ranch, near Pleasant Valley. The reported sale of the Vosburg cat tle and ranch to J. M. Williams was not consummated, Mr. Vosburg having concluded not to part with them. Stock 5u that section is in fine condition and wil winter well. The men at the Vos burg ranch recently killed a huge silver-tip bear that measured eight feet or more. Silver Belt. T. 11. Harris, an old resident of Gila county, was sorely tried by learning of the death of his only brother, Finis H. Harris, of yellow fever in New Orleans on Oc tober 19th. says the Globe Times. The defeased was but 35 years of age and held the responsible nositinn r,f tel egraph editor on the New Orleans Pica- j uiiv.-. oume lour years ago the deceased isiteu Arizona and received much at tention on account of his bright intel lect. A wife and one child are left to mourn his loss. The New Orleans pa- Removal Sale! California Can Goods. l'lu Fruit Table Fruits Blackberries California Jam California Jelly Bot Mustard... S l-3( 12 '.c 14c 13c: t'ic 3Q10c Table Sauce 10c Olives, pint Pickles, pint 7 bars Soap (Fairbank's) ... Brown Soap, 3 for Valley Raisins Can Cream Mackerel in olive oil 3 pounds Clam Chowder 3 pounds White Label Soups 20c 10c 23c 23c 5e 10c 13c 20c 23c Kelloer's Cash Store. Territorial Exchanges. pers honored the dead man by extolling his many virtues. Judge A. II. Hackney, senior propri etor of the Arizona Silver Belt, cele brated his eighty-fourth birthday on Tuesday. October 31. a day which was formerly much observed as Hallo-een. Many of the judge's old frie'nds called , upon him and offered their congratula- j tions, and he was the recipient of pres- j ents and letters, which he highly appre- i ciates. and to his many friends who re- I membered him on the occasion he re- j turns warm thanks. Silver Belt. By executive proclamation, dated October 21, the boundaries of the Pres cott forest reserve have been extended, taking in practically all the timber land in this county, says the Journal Miner, and hereafter it will be unlaw- I ful to cut any timber within its boun- daries, except on land owned by indi- viduals or by owners of mining claims. In the latter ca:--e the timbers so cut must be used on the claims from where they are cut. Ey this proclamation the cutting of mining timber for export outside the boundaries of this forest reserve is absolutely prohibited. ! Fair- Ex-Asemblyman Herrick. of . .... i -1. . , , . t i ' recentlv. savs the Turenn Slnr- Ha t-o- nr.n. c ,. , ',., and about his section of the territory. ' The ranchers have had very satisfac- tory crops and the mining men are all j doing well with prospects of greater . things. Mining in Tombstone and in ; adjacent territory is attracting a great j deal of attention and there are a great ' many reasons for believing that the Downtrod I do. In early corre town named may at an early day see a j spondence with her who is now my return of the prosperous times of old ; w ife. I signed myself "Your obedient when Tombstone was considered one of '. servant."; Tit-Bits. the best towns in Arizona. The county of Pinal has commenced suit against the sureties on the bond of j defaulting County Treasurer P. II. Brady, Jr.. for the sum of $0,190.0S, j which defalcation, the district attor- : ney alleges, occurred since April 1st, ; lS'.tS, says the Florence Tribune. It is : understood the contention of the bonds- 1 men will be that the shortage occurred j a long time prior to April 1st. and that ; the present bond is responsible for onlv i a small proportion of the amount Tt.-. this as it may. it is more than likely that further suits will grow out of the case, involving other county officers for neglect of duty in failing to make ree- ! ular quarterly settlements with the I treasurer as the law requires. It is I claimed if this had been done the short- age would never have occurred, , . , , sPeak'" the surender of Wiley Morgan the Hot Springs murderer the Prospector says. He decided to sur render and stand trial, and accordingly he came to Wilcox and delivered him self up to Constable Alvord. He also apreared before Justice Nichols of Wil cox, waived examination, and was held to await the action of the grand jury without bail. Morgan was brought ovev last night and is now in the "tanks" j awaiting the decree of justice. Morgan j was seen by a Prospector reporter at I the jail this morning. The prisoner is j about 38 years of age and appears re- i signed to take thing's 'philosophically. ' He preferred not to commit himself V ; garding the killing further than saying ' he acted in self defense.' Morgan stated that during his "hiding out" he had always been in the mountains near his home but fully intended to .surrender . and stand trial. Morgan has a wife and three children who are living on their cattle nim li near liut.-ki-r's Hot Springs. i o j BIGAMY IN TUCSON. Manuel M. Brown, through his attor ney, Thomas A. Borton, started suit for divorce against Eugenia Brown in the district court this morning. Both par tics are residents of this city and they were married in this city on October 23. 1S94. The plaintiff alleges that he hns discovered that the defendant has a former husband living in this city and that she was legally maried to him and I never divorced. Therefore, he asks the court to annul this marriage. Citizen. Coming to PHOENIX WALTER THE LONGEST. MOST COUPLET YOL'lt CITY, will leave the Show Grou In this MairniRcent Pageant will be see CELEBRATED ZOl.'AVE Dlll'M COl" HISTORICAL Q17EBEC COLLASHE, LESS CARRIAGES: GENUINE CUBA JOCKEYS and THE CELEBRATED C otely after parade every mornlnf?. A F PLACE ON THE CIRCUS GROUND. FASrHO.N PLATE SHOw Of TfcE WORLD rrFTHjjJK- TtIISTGr CIRf XJS. j ', rt" n I AK'O GORGFOUS TRAPPINGS 1'f 1 A G R ANPsj 6 M -T. "' ' THJi-V WOMOCaf l-L MID JUSTAS. APVER flSf.D ! MONSTER MENAGERIE, RACING CARNIVAL. CONGRESS OF NA- j TIONS and DETACHMENT of JiOOSEVELT ROUGH RIDERS who took part in that Famous Battle of San Juan Hi j BIG, NCW IDEA hP.EE STREET PARADE. a Admission, also Reserved Seal rickets for Sale at Goodman's Pharmacy Commencing l ' o'clock A. M. on Sbow ur. TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY. PfRFQHMANUES Wash the Dishes QuiskiyF You can if you '1 use Gold Dust. I It does most of the work. It- $ saves time,mon- f ey and labor. ftsnd for free booklet "Golden Galea tmr Homework." THE N. K. FAIRBAXK COMPANY Chluj. SLLacls NcwYork Bostoa "J.IOBIKE" THE NEWEST. St. Joseph, Michigan.- The "mobike" is the newest machine constructed on the nrlncinle of the automobile. The inventor is Prof. A. M. Herring. The ; machine is a self-propelled bicycle, run by a gasoline turbine, which, in spite of its diminuitive size, possesses as tounding power. It ploughs through the sand of rough roads and up all ordinary grades with the same facility , , , ., ... . . 1 ' 1 ' L 11 uun is diuii lilt: Biiiuvm aiitrrin, has been operated on runs aggre- eating GOO miles. Cleveland Press. SHE HOLDS HIM TO IT. Downtrod Never write letters. my boy, that you'll regret in after life. Dewtell You speak as from experi ence? STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. ) The stockholders of the Cobre Grande Conner company are hereby rot.ll'i'd that the regular annual meeting of the stockholders of this company will be h Id at the company's office in Phner.ix, Arizona, at 10 o'clock a. m., Tuesday, November 14, 1S'J9. for the election of directors for the ensuing year, an 1 lh transaction of such other business as may properly come before the metinic. COBRE GRANDE COPPER CO. J. HENRY WOOD, Treasurer and Secretary. Phoenix, Arizona, October 31, 1S9'.'. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. The stockholders of the Cobre Grande Copper company are hereby notified that tha regular annual meeting of the j stockholders of this company will be ; held at the company's office in Phoenix, ; Arizona, at 10 o'clock a. m., Tuesday, j November 14, 1899, for the election of j directors for the ensuing year, and the transaction of such other business as i may properly come before the meeting, j COBRE GRANDE COPPER CO. j SCOTT WHITE, Treasurer and Secretary. Phoenix, Arizona, October 31, 1S99. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Notice Is hereby given that the an nual meeting of the stockholders of the Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix Railway company will be held at the office of the company in the city of Prescott. Territory of Arizona, on Wednesday, the 15th day of November. 1899, at twelve o'clock, noon, of said day, for the purpose of electing a board of di rectors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly be brought before the meeting. Books for transfer of stock will be closed November 4. remaining ciosed until November 18, 1899. Dated at Prescott. Arizona, this 11th Uay of October, J899. (Signed) F. M. MURPHY, C. C. EOWEN, President. Secretary. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Notice is hereby given that the an nual meeting of the stockholders of the , Prescott & Eastern Railroad company will be held at the office of the com- Tuesday, November E AND NEWEST EVER SEEN IN nds at 10 o'clock a. m every morning. New and Novel Ideas, headed by the PS; .".0 CAGES OF RARE BEASTS; Appropriately Customed; HORSE- N BAND: MEXICAN RIDERS: LOWN BAND IN PARADE. Iramsdi REE EXHIBITION WILL TAKE 008S 01'EPf IT and 7 F. M. 7th 5 A"Tj iND 8 P. M. pany, in the city of Prescott, Territory of Arizona, on Wednesday, the loth day of November, 1S99, at twelve o'clock, noon, of said day, for the pur- pose of electing a board of directors , for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly be brought before the meeting. Books for the transfer of stock will be closed November 4, re maining closed until November IS, 1S99. Dated at Prescott, Ariz., this 11th day of October, 18S9. (Signed) F. M. MURPHY, C. C. BO WEN, President. Secretary. STOCKHOLDER'S MEETING. The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the Grand Canal Com pany will be held Wednesday, the ISth of October. 1899, at he hour of 2 o'clock p. m., at the office of the Company, in Phoenix. Arizona, to elect three di rectors for the ensuing year and such other business as may lawfully come before said meeting. THOS. W. PEMBERTON, Pres. WM. B. CLEARY. Sec'y. Phoenix, Ariz., Sept. 27, 1899 First published in the Arizona Re publican. Sept. 27. 1S90. The above meeting adjourned to Wednesday, November 1, 1SD9, at the same place and hour. WILLIAM B. CLEARY, Secretary. Adjourned to Wednesday, November 8, 1S99, at same place and hour. WILLIAM B. CLEARY, Secretary. STOCKHOLDER'S MEETING. The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the Salt River Valley Canal Company will be held Wednes day, the ISth of October, 1S99. at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., at the office of the Company, in Phoenix, Arizona, to elect three trustees for the ensuing year and such other business as may lawfully come before said meeting. THOS. W. PEMBERTON, Pres. WM. B. CLEARY, Sec'y. Phoenix. Ariz., Sept. 27, 1S99 First published in the Arizona Re publican, Sept. 27, 1S99. The above meeting adjourned to Wednesday, November 1, 1SS9, at the same place and hour. WILLIAM B. CLEARY, ' Secretary. Adjourned to Wednesday, November 5, IS99, C-t same place and hour. WILLIAM B. CLEARY. Secretary. STOCKHOLDER'S MEETING. The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the Maricopa Canal : Company will be held Wednesday, the 18th of October, 1S99. at the hour of 2 ' o'clock p. ni., at the oRice of the Com I pany, in Phoenix, Arizona, to elect three trustees for the ensuing year ; and such other business as may law j fully come before said meeting. THOS. W. PEMBERTON, Pres. WM. B. CLEARY, Sec y. Phoenix, Ariz., Sept. 27, 1S99. ' First published in the Arizona Re ! publican, Sept. 27, 1SD3. j The above meeting adjourned to I Wednesday, November 1, 1S99, at the J same place and hour, j WILLIAM B. CLEARY, Secretary. Adjourned to Wednesday, November 8, 1S99, at same place and hour. WILLIAM B. CLEARY, Secretary. TRY ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE. A powder to lie slutkon into the shoes. At this seasmi your feet feel swollen, ner vous and hot. and Ket tired easily. If you have smarting feet or tight shoes, try Allen's Fool-Ease. It coels the eet anil makes walking easy. Cures swollen and sweating feet, blisters and callous siots. Relieves corns and bunions of all pains and gives rest and comfort. Try it to day. Sold by all drucpists and shoe stores for 23c. Trial package FREE. Ad dress. Allen S. Olmstead, Le Roy, N. Y. MEN CURED. IU MEYERS & CO. arc the mo?t re liable physicians because they arc the n.oBt swuessfut. They are tht most 8Tit i-eHsful for the reason tht thev are the inoet skiiled and cperii-nced. Tliy have been eurin: diseases and weaknesses of in mi for more than eighteen years, and have the Iarfret and bes-t euip,ed medical institu tion find the most extensive pra'tiee in .Atiicr-iea. Thev never use ini-.rious rein dict I A. T.t'. 1 I NO PAY TILL CURED Patients can arrange to pav when thev rre well, or may pay in monthly ii-stall-niunts Consultation and private hook for men free. Home Cures Book Free. Thousands are cured annual I v without pccinir the doctors A'l orreon.tonc-e confidential. No priit:n;f on envelope r pacbaccsto intlirate name cf sender I'EI VATK BOOK ir'HKK. DR. MEYCRS & CO tiiS Sonth Broadway, Los Angeles. TAKE ELEVATOR to Third Floor. -HOUKS: Daily. S to 5; Evirnitjs, 7 to ? tnindays, 10 tol'J, tit POPULAR to Ji. Advertisements under this head one-half cent a word each Insertion. No advertisement taken for leas than twenty-five eenta. ROOM AND BOARD FOR TWO. Tn one of the nicest surbuban homes in i town. You will find what you want, j Address W, this office. WANTED To buy, a horse, harness and vehicle. Must be reasonable. Ad dress W. E. A., Republican office. WANTED Girl for general house work. Call on Mrs. Kendrick in the morning at the corner of Third av enue and Bennett lane. WANTED Capable woman for cook and general housework. Address Box 10, this office. THE ZAMBESI GEM, the discovery of the age: only rival of the dia mond, at one-tenth cost. Write for catalogue. Rowe & Co.. 358 Dearborn ' st Chlme-o ' i WANTED A girl for general house- work in a family of three. Mrs. J. W. Smith, Tempe. LOST Three-year-old filly. Tips ot ears split: two white hind feet, roach : mane, full tail. Return to A. W. ; Carr, corner Jefferson and Center, WANTED A position on a ranch by young man willing to work for board. Address Box 9, this office. MANY things for sale at a sacrifice at 245 East Washington Street. WANTED by a reliable man, place to cook on ranch. Address Edwards, Tempe House, Tempe, Ariz. FOR SALE Eight acres fine land, very best location, near town. Ad dress P. O. Box 4S3, City. 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. 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, at No. 145 Second Street, corner Madison. Room 12 One-half hour, $1.00. ' MRS. CURRY, clairvoyant and healer. Obcession removed, tobacco, mor phine, opium habits cured. All dis eases successfully treated. Room 15 Cotton Block. FOR RENT Two rooms, furnished or unfurnished. Price reasonable. Call at 33S West Monroe Street. WANTED Girl for general house work. Apply at 6:30 North First .av enue. E. B. Knox. LOST Check $75, on Valley bank, written on Phoenix National bank blank: signed R. E. Money. Finder leave at this office and receive re ward. FOR RENT Cheap furnished rooms at the Westminster lodging house, 19 West Van Buren street, one block north of Adams hotel. WANTED Boarders for country. Ad- dress Box 394, City. FOR RENT One room, and board for two persons. S50 East Washington street, on car line. WANTED Position us managing housckeeer or governess, by refined competent young woman: gooo. cook WANTED A girl for general house and seamstress; economical; holds work. call between 12 m. and 2:20 grammar grade certificate: experi-1 p. m or evening after 5. No. 527 ence with children. Reliable refer- j North First avenue. ences given and required. Address 423 Lincoln avenue, Pasadena, ("a", j WANTED Twenty acres unimproved FOR RENT Large comfortably fur nished front room. 475 North Fifth avenue. WILL gentleman who lost diamond set out of finger ring call at this office for information? FOR SALE At a bargain, two bed room suits, nearly new; dealers need not apply. 9S South Fifth avenue. FOR SALE Light South Center. buggy. Apply IS j FOR SALE Horse. harness and buggy, cheap. College Place. PLEASANT rooms at The Portland, Central avenue (5 blocks north of Washington St.) Family table. No invalids. FOR SALE Bargain; one with small capital and who can work, splendid herd cows near Phoenix for retail trade. Lease ranch with cows. P. O. Box 234, Phoenix. FOR RENT Rooms for light house keeping, at 917 East Jefferson Street. , FOR RENT Furnished, four rooms of the upper story of new house. Stoves and water. 747 West Madison, cor ner Eighth avenue. FURNISHED rooms with board. $28 to $30 per month. 529 West Adams St. WANTED Gill for light housework or to do housework and washing: wages reasonable. Call at 475 North Fifth avenue. FOR SALE Four-room lent house with raised floors, screened verandas; five miles northeast of Phoenix, away from irrigation. Best location for in valids. Inquire 32 North First Ave. Li r r rjR p --- r p-r ci! Uie ar?ors e-m j.-ii'ifrrsana ine urinary onranpoi uuimpunuea. CTTPIDHXr- ritrenstaerisnnd r .stores? mail weak o7ana. reason r"f:rcr r-r-? : o: cxr c1 by "tor ts bec.Tte ninety per rent are troobTefl with Irir:?:;I- CUPlJM-XKistfce onlv Known remedy To cnrewii hoot unopf-ration. 5000letinionl A wriucii yu.irarti'epivenand money returned if six hnxm does not eileci a permuieBicure $L00 a box, six for 03, h" m;ui. bend for fkce circular and ietia30tiiala. Addrepa DAVOL KEDimE Cf- P. O. Box 2076, San I ancisco. Cal. Tor Sole BEN U BEAK, Sole Agent, 113 and 129 E. Waahjiton t : rUoenix, Arizcma. WANTS t-J FOR RENT Half section good grain land under Salt River Valley canp.l. Inquire of Arizona Water Co., O'Neill building. WANTED A woman for general housework. Apply Dr. Stroud, 631 North Center Street. FOR RENT Four rooms furnished for housekeeping. 129 West Adams St. FOR SALE 160 acres of land: 120 acres in alfalfa; balance in grain; small house: all fenced: easy terms. Call or address J. W. Walker. I WANTED A woman for general I housework: small family; no chil ' dren. Apply between 10 and 12, at 3-4 West Adams. FURNISHED and unfurnished houses . ; for rent. J. Ernest Walker, real es tate. Insurance, loans. No. 26 South Second avenue, Phoenix, Ariz. ! 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 I a delivery horse. Call at 1503 East I Adams Street. . BOARDERS wanted at the Osborn ranch, two miles north of Five Points. William Sidell, P. O. Box 592. TICKET for sale for the east, for lady, i Call at 361 North First avenue, fourth door north of city ditch. FOR SALE At beautiful Long Beach. Cal.. corner lot 50x150, east and south front: two fine modern houses, 7 and 8 rooms. Box 26, Long Beach, Cal. 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. ' i WANTED Carriers. Apply Republi I can office between 4 and 5 p. m. FOR RENT Sunny room, with or without board, on car line. 1618 East Washington street. TO RENT A desirable residence, quire 546 North Fourth avenue. In- FOR RENT Part of furnished cot j tage, two miles in country. Address j Box 231, 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 I phine, opium habits cured. All dis eases successfully treated. Room lc Cotton Block. COUNTRY BOARD Clarke's Country Tavern, 13th Ave. and Yuma road, three blocks from car line, with board, runing 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. 119 West Jefferson. N. D. Valentine, under Grand canal, and ttventy acres ' with house, under Grand or Maricopa, i a soon as possible. W. J. Murphy, j First avenue and Adams street . FOR SALE Eighty acres of land five miIes from PhoeniXi a snap for cash. Call at office and De 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. 38 North. Cen ter street. FOR SALE A home, double-walled brick house. A half acre of fruit and flowers. Fine lawn, cellar, bath rocm, barn, hennery, city water, elet'ci-io lights. For terms address Owner, Republican office. FOR SALE The Hotel Oasis at Glendale, Ariz. Price cheap. Terms to suit buyer. Address Owner, Box 21, Glendale. FOR first-class board in the 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. Willing to pay yearly $600. payable weekly. De sirable employment with unusual op portunities. References exchanged. Inclose self-addressed stamped en velope. S. A. Talk, 31 Caxton Build ing, Chicago. ELEGANTLY' furnished rooms, single or en suite, with board, in private house: piano, bath, etc.; everything strictly lirst-class. Mrs. E. S. Gill, 1548 East Washington street. MAM BESTOREto ECUFBDEMEf, This great Vegetable llt&li2L'r.LhenrHfu-rin. tionof & famous French physician, will quickly cure you of ail ner vous or tii--ases of tiie cc-nt-rative circuits, such as Lost Maiihfu-'.l, Inso3:::Ia. l't.ir.sin the Bick.Semltiui missions. Nervous Dbii-, ; chiles, Ui:nos3 to 2S:-ryt Kxhaustiiitc Drains, VarWweie H'-d Coas.:paJon. I - stops all looses bv tlav or night. Prevents quirt rcfsol discliaiTrp. critics if not checked "lends to SiermaiorThaa and wf Im'HKenc " f rPIOKSE cicaiucs Ike liver, the WANTED A first-class blacksmith: three months' work: good wages. In quire of 'Arizona Water Co., CNsill building. CNTIL further nolicfi: KILROY'S NEW PALESTINE will offer lotB. 00x130, on 2ND, 3RD, 4TH. 5TK, STH and 7TH AVENUES, all within from 5 to 8 blocks from COURT HOUSB (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 1S98-9 is over J2S.000, which, to the posted man, is conclusive evidence as to its value. The first purchasers will hare the choice. Phoenix Curbstone Brok ers and Commission Men are not al lowed to handle our properties. Room 316 Fleming Block. (Take elevator.) PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTS. D. "W. Millard. Julian MfllarJ Designers and Supervisors of Construction For all Classes of Buildings. FLEMING BLOCK, PHOENIX, - - ARIZONA PHYSICIANS. OWING TO THE INCREASE IN Busi ness in the last two years DR. CHILDS lias been compelled to seek more com modious quarters. His friends- and patrons will now And him at No. IS SOUTH SECOND AVENUE. All Dis eases Treated Scientifically to a cure. Consultation Free. DR. CHILD8 is th best diagnostician in Arizona. MUSICIANS. V. G. RAGONE. Thorough Violin Player 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 933 West Washington Street. THE PIANO. Miss Mary Lliizabeth Raleey New England CouserviiorT Methods. Ad dress lloj East Van Karen Street. VETERINARY. F. O. RICHMOND. M. D. C. Phoenix. Arizona. Veterinary Surgeon an. Den tist; diseases of all domestic animals scientifically treaied. Office and residence,- !B7 West Van Buren street. No charge for consultation. Agent for ths Horse Review. DENTISTS. DR. JOHN A. LENTZ, DENTIST. GA3 administered. Rooms over Postoffice. W. G. LENTZ. DENTIST. SPECIALIST in Crown and Bridge work. Gas ad ministered. Office Fleming Block, rooms 201. 02, 203. 204, 205. 206. H. 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, ZlVi S. First Ave., Phoenix, Arizona. LAW OFFICES OF LOG AN," DEMOND & HARBY. 27 William St., New York. Walter S. Logan. Charles M. Dmond, Mnrx E. Hnrby. Norton Chase, Fred C. Hanford. Represented in Arizona by NORTON CHASE, Adams Hotel, Phoe nix. STEAMSHIP AGENCY. ATLANTIC OCEAN PTFAMSHIP COM par.ies. Kilrov's New Palestine (Room 316. Fleming I'.lock). Agents for White Star. Cunartl, North German Lloyd and Anchor lines, to and from all parts of the world. Call or write. EDUCATIONAL. FREXCH GUYOT, France. LESSONS MADAME A, ex-principal of school, Paris, 522 North First Avenue. O. C. THOMPSON CIVIL ENGINEER. PHOE- . nix, A T. 3-t years in municipal and rail road work. Expert D.ai'sw an. - - GARDEN CITY RESTAURANT THE OIjDKST rN TF1?' r-mr ' Knjoys the best standing -with trades men. Buys everything at spot cash price and gives the best 25u meal. TUCK HING & CO. 22 and 24 Washington St., east -of Ja cobs & Co. PriRVte rooms for families. Tickets. S.50: single meals. 25c Porter & Co.'s lirst-class stage make close connections with arriving trains, as also with trains going to Bowie. Special accommodations pro vided for trips to and from Globe. Through without change to St. Paul. Boston, Chicago, Kansa.3 City, St. Louis, etc., via the Santa Fe: rates vi this line as low as the lowest. Ge full information at city ticket office of the S. F.. P. & P., 44 West Washington Street E. W. GILLETT. General Agent. ARt vOU LISTEMG? POOR LIGHT uELYS 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. ELECTKICAL WORK of it II kinds promptly attended to, and satisfaction gnuranteed. ARIZONA ELECTRICAL CO. I'hone 1S2 ( JringM IT South First A v. Y. R. NORrr.s, Frorrlstor, "