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THE ARIZONA TIEPUBLICAN, MONDAY MOUNT NCf, NOVEMBER 13, 1899
I $ Livi Live Newi TaKen from Mr. Lloyd sh'pped twelve carloads of cattle from ld Rio to Los Angeles re cently. ' The leiifr that bo- much has been written about in the Graham county papers is said to have arrived in Hole Tuesday. La' a Davis, a native of Ohio, died in the,' county hospital at Prescott of par aly sis. She was a piano player by pro fession and -was 30 years old. The Helvetia . narow-gauge should unite Tucson with that camp, says the Tucson Star. Will our board of trade consider this.' Important proposition? Jlrs. . F. 'W. Howard, sister of T. L. Harris, tiays the Prescott Journal-Miner, f nt to Phoenix yesterday in the hope.that the change may benefit her hca'th. The academy students at Thatcher sire now practicing a fire drill. In case any accident should occur in. the acad emy the students will bo able to get out of the building without creating a panic. At a special meeting of the city coun cil of Tucso,' held Thursday evening, the grading of Ninth street east of the S. P. trar'KS wag orere,. Work will be prosec-jted with energy, beginning at once. Governor Murphy intimates that Ari zona will get statehood at the coming session of congress. Senators Clark and Morgan say Arizona will be ad mitted this session. It would make tis feel odd to wrake up some morning in the state of Arizona. Flagstaff Gem. Deputy Jiarshal Grindell. say3 the Globe Tiroes, took the mountain stae road to Florence with his eighteen United States prisoners and four suard4 in preference to the railroad. Mc Grindell says lack of accomnio la lins between Globe and Bowie was Ihe cause. W. B Page, through his attorneys, Lovel) and Satterwhite, started a dam age wit against It. D. Worthen in the district court this morning. The plain ts alleges that the defendant has ap propriated to his own use certain ma chinery belonging to the plaintiff. Therefore he asks for damages In the sum of $3.000. Tucson Citizen. Opinions differ as to the amount of money the circus and the multitudin ous adjuncts gathered during a four teen hours' stay in Tucson. Some p!u-?e the sum as high as $6000. All the ouc ide attractions. In a great measure, were veritable fakes, the old story, an 1 they did well. Tucson Star. Two teams with trailers pulled out yesterday for Oro Blanco, the loads of lumber and supplies being marked to . M. McMasters. E. S. Kibbe and Phillips. Yank Bartlett, an old-time teamster, was on deck. He will remain here a few days to recuperate, after seeing the teams quit town. Tucson Star. The Harrington pack trai.i, while Irtuklng from the Badger No. '1 mine last week, packed two of the l:ir.-:t loads ever carried by a burro for the Kim distance. One weighed .''; sound? and the other 499 pounds. Thes? lo .5r, were packed about a mile and a half and part of the way up hill.-- Globe Times. J. C. Kipper and wife arrived from Mexico yesterday, says the Tucson Star. Mr. Kipper was formerly a conductor on the S. F. p. & p and Santa Fe. He said Mexico Is no place for a railroader and is -lad to be again in Arizona. Mr. Klpn;r has secured rooms and will be associated with the train service of the ." running out of Tucson. Tucson is preparing to indulge in a city election. The Citizen says: Nom inations for the city election, which oc curs on December 11, must be filed with the city recorder on or before lha 13th day of this month. The recorder will receive registrations on or before the 20th of this month. No person will ba registered unless he presents a poll tax receipt. The editor of the Flagstaff Gem Is handling "law" as a "side line." He says: James Loy left Sunday for Pres cott to attend district court in that city this week. He left the writer to look after the duties of his office dur ing his absence. If any one has vio lated the law and feels like they should bo prosecuted for the violation and will inform us of the state of their feelings we will prosecute them in the latest and most impioved style. The construction forces on the Sun set long distance telephone line are op crating north and south out of Phoer nix. It is expected that the party work ing through Tempe. Mesa, Florence, Mammoth and Oracle will reach Flor ence In about twenty days and will come into Tucson early in January. The plan of operating from Phoenix was found to be the most advantageous. Tucson Star. The public schools of Globe opc:itd Removal Sale! California Can Goods. Pic Fruit Table Fruits Blackberries California Jam California Jelly Bot Mustard 8 l-3c lU'ic -lie ir.c 12ic 510c Table Sauce 10c Olives, pint 20c Tickles, pint 10c 7 bars Soap (Fairbank's) 23c Brown Soap, 5 for 2"c Valley Raielr.s sic ( 'ah Cream' 10c Mackerel in olive oil 15c' 3 pound Clam Chowder 20c. 3 pounds White Label Soups CSc KejJner'5 Ca?h Store. Day by Day 1 Territorial Exchanges. J last Monday with the following teach ers and enrollment: Prineioal. V. E. Ball, eighth and ninth grades, enro'l- ment 28; Miss Geraldine Gerald, lifih. sixth and seventh grades, i:n.-ilni?nt 45; Miss Nelly Allen, fourth r.nd fifih grades, enrollment 45; Miss Winifred Coombs, second and third grades, en rollment 44; Miss Josephine Hamm. the beginners and the first grade, enroll ment 64. Ex-Scnator Burt Dunlap, the Gra ham county cattleman, was among yes- icruay s arrivals, registering from Will tccx, says the Tucson Star. Mr. Dunlap j shipped large lots of cattle from the I Gila river via Lordsburglast month. He I said that Capt. McKittrick would ship two trninloads of cattle out of Willcox to Bakersfield, Cal., this week. While the ex-senator is interested in cattle he has a leaning towards taking up mining interests. Albuquerque people are very slow. They ore just finding out that a Mex ican cannot drink whiskey enough to kill him. The Journal-Democrat says: Ofllcer Martinez yesterday afternoon became cognizant, of the fact that the man Alvarez, reported dead Saturday afternoon, had come to life again. Al varez, who only possesses a capacity for half a gallon of whiskey straight, had endeavored during his stay in the city to get on the outside of a gallon and a half. One of the consequences was that Alvarez, if he is sufficiently versed In the English tongue, and up to date enough to read the Journal-Democrat, may enjoy the experience possible to few men of reading his own obitu ary. Adjutant and Mrs. Wood, says the Globe Times, who have been in charge of the Salvation Army work for the ter ritory of Arizona for the past two years, have received orders from their headquarters to farewell from their present appointment and proceed to a new one. Their farewell meetings will take place on Saturday and Sunday, November 11 and 12. On Saturday evening, in their hall in the Outer building, there will be repeated (by re quest) the beautiful life story of "Nan," which was shown in the M. K. church last week. Also a number vf other interesting views. A small ad mission of ten cents will be charged :o defray the exenses and to assist the officers with their car fare. From present annenranew ili. Kes- v- ..... ......... 1 1 it. gianu uuuics It men will be held in this city next week will be one of the largest ever held in the territory, says the Tucson Citizen. The railroad companies have made special I rates to those who attend and the fra I tertiity of Tucson lodge are doing j everything they can to make the me?t I ings a success. The ladies of the East ern Star will tender a reception and ; banquet to all master Masons, their wives and sweethearts Wednesday night. There will be no special invita tions issued but all master Masons are cordially Invited. Mr. Ormsby received a letter from Governor Murphy this morning saying that he and his wife would be here for this occasion. Grand Master Johns. Grand High Priest Mon ihon and Grand Commander Parker have also written that they will be here. Lizzie Iays and D. D. Cotta were l i dicted tor adultery -by tl..; last K'"utid jury. They gave bond for their i ppear ance before the ri:il jury, but v. litn their cases were called they failed to put in an appearance and have rot vet been apprehended. United States At torney Robert iv Morriso-i s'.art-d suit in the district court ihi.- i'i..ri:iu: to recover from tie- b-iniMm-n. L'zsie Lays had given two bonds, one for $100 with Pedro Mihaclini and Abr.nn Diaz as sureties and another for $250 with Joseph Campini and Klienno Tapia as sureties. Mr. Cotta had given one bond fur $200. with Arluro M. Elias and Edwardo Soto as sureties. The bonds were declared forfeited at the time that the respondents failed to ap pear for trial, but the bondsmen re fused to pay them voluntarily. The cases are liable to prove rather expens ive for the bondsmen, as the costs in the suits for the collection of the bonds will bo about one-hundred dollars for each one of the three cases. Four of the bondsmen. Messrs. Elias, Soto. Mi chaelina and Diaz, live in Solomonville. while two of them, Messrs. Campini and Tapia, live in this city. Tucson Citizen. The Prescott Journal-Miner says the car famine is becoming seriously felt now by the S. F.. P. & P. railroad, and connecting lines are giving them only the required time for cars to reach their destination and be returned to Ash Fork with an addition of twenty-four hours for unloading, after which de murrage is charged. On account of this the local road is compelled to enforce the twenty-four hour rule for unloading and after today demurrage will be charged on all cars not unloaded within that time. Of course the empty car will be taken greatly in preference to the pittance charged for demurrage. The enforcement of this rule is by no means local, as railroads all over the I'nited States are now enforcing it in order to get cars at the earliest possi ble moment. An idea of the extent, of JmsincFS being done by the railroads at present can !e obtained from the fact that there are fifteen miles of loaded cars on Chicago tracks awaiting Lci:i;; moved. '! c i.ly is there a scan ny of cars, but traffic is so heavy that the motive power of most of the roads is taxed to its utmost to move it. c A SHREWD MOVE. 'ora What sense can you sec in thu fame of golf? Merritt The rense is displayed by the players having a boy to carry the big bundle of sticks for them. ON EVERY BOTTLE Of Shiloh's Consumption Cure is lliis guarantee: "All We ask of you is to use two-thirds of the contents of this bottle faithfully, then if you can say you arc not benefited return the bottle to your druggit and ho may refund the price paid." Price 25 cents, 0 cents and $1. Dr. G. H. Keeter, Druggist, WOOL. CKOWEHS' T.ESOLUTIONS. I Sheepmen Men Willing to Do the Risht Thing. The following which was published in the Flagstaff Gem shows a proper spirit on the part of th? Av:zona wool growers: "For the purpose of clear-ins up any erroneous impression that may hereto fore have been made upnn the minds of the cattlemen v.ithin the San Fran cisco mountain Iforest reservation by the fact that the districts within which individual sheep owners are asking for permits to graze their herds have in some instances included the cattle, ranches and ranges of our neigh bors. "Be it resolved by the board of di rectors of the Arizona Wool Growers' association, western division, that it Is not the object or intention of this association or of its members to claim or assume any rights or privileges within the districts described by our respective pcrmi;s. other than a rea sonable and equitable division of such range with our neighboring cattle ranchers, such as we have heretofore had. These permits give us no leaFe of the districts described, but merely permit us respectively to exercise within the boundaries prescribed by the permit the rights and privileges we have formerly had and which our neighboring cattle ranchers stiil have as to the entire reservation. "This is we'.l understood by every wool grower, and the association will use its influence to prevent any indi vidual member thereof from wrong fully or wilfully going beyond what H reasonable, equitable and risht in the matter of range to the detriment of any of our neighboring cattle ranch ers. We apprehend no trouble or dis satisfaction from any source when the facts and purposes of the wool grow ers are properly understood. "Adopted by the board of directors this third day of November. lbS'J. "THOMAS SAYEB. "Prcl 2ent. "E. S. GOSNEY. "Secretary." NEW SANITARIUM. All preliminary arrangements con nected with the care and reception of patients have been completed at th sanitarium at Fort Bayard and the hospital is now in full sway, says the Albuquerque Journal-Democrat. The three hospital stewards and thirteen assistants In the hospital corps have now commenced their daily routine of work under the direction of Dr. Daniel M. Appel. general officer of the sani tarium. Twenty patients have already arrived and six or eight more are on the way. thus making the total num ber received the first month at about thirty. Three of the seven barracks and nearly all of the officers' quarters at the post have been -appropriated to the f anitarium. The barracks are large, roomy brick buildings with wide ver andas facing upon the parade grounds. These buildings are being refitted, seemingly without any thought of ex pense anj It is safe to say that when fully completed there will be no more elegant quarters in the siuthwest for the care and treatment of patients than those which Fnclo Sam is so munifi cently providing for his sick sons. A large amusement room, clean, airy and well lighted is fitted up with billiard tables, card tables and a half dozen other different devices for the enter tainment of the invalids and ciose by is the library containing the loading periodicals and newspapers of the country. HAD HER PUT OFF. The American colony here is greatly excited over the report that during the recent cruise of the Castellanes on the steam yacljt "Valhalla Count Boni de Oastellane became so manifestly at tentive toward Mrs. Austin Lee and she so rashly capricious and authori tatie about the yacht that the coun tess (who was Anna Gould), upon the advice of the other guests, finally r? quested the wife of -the secretary of the English embassy t.i leave the party. There followed an ugly row, but the yacht immediately turned into Copen hagen and Mrs. Lee was put ashore with all her trunks and valisei. Mrs. Lee is the American social arbi trets here. It is hinted that this is not the first time File has bLen the heroine of similar episodes. From a Paris Let ter. SENDS POSTAL CARD TO HIMSELF The v.omun's way of jogging h' r memory by tyin;? a bit of twine abojt a finder lias been Improved by a Jer sey commuter. Everybody knows that commuters are ingenious, but this man has something of a record in this line. What docs he do to make sure that ho will remember at night to take some thing, perhaps a book, from his city office to his home? Why, before he start3 out in the morning from Subur banville. he sits down and writes a pos tal card uddress'.'d to himself at his New York office. CMi the postal card he makes a memorandum of what he wants to remember. Then on his way to the station he drops the postal card in a convenient box and goes on his way. The postal card will be delivered at his New York office some time dur ing the afternoon and his memory will be jogged. New York Sun, ecjiog nAM WS elwtir akvcIkod jsNYainvj "a "ki am ,.3-toasilOH joy npia napioj) joptooq oojj joj pug Stnqqru rprrar pan srax S3AUS pnr ssop cJbos xeHI v ssop stiQ; PI0 'neap sSniq -qtu jcpiDsntn p-irrj spssu ipitA. 3bos S3q 3t U3A3 ipiAV THE BATTLEFIED. i Once this soft turf, this rivulet's sands Were trampled by a hurrying crowd, : And fiery hearts and armed hands ' Encountered in the battle cloud. Oh. never shall the Land forget How gushed the life-blood for liet brave; Gushed, warm with hope and valor yat. Upon the soil they sought to save. Soon rested those who rought; but thou, ; Who minglest in the Harder strife : For truths which men receive not now, Thy warfare only ends with life. , Yet. nerve thy spirit lo the proof, j And blench not at thy chosen lot; I The timid good may stand aloof, The sage may frown, yet faint tnou not! Truth, crushed ' to earth, shall rise I 'again, I The eternal years of God are hers; ; But error, wounded, writhes with pain, i And dies among his worshipers. ; Yea. though thou lie upon the dust, When those who helped thee flee in j fear. Die full of hope and manly trust, Like those who fell in battle here. Another hand thy sword shall wieid, Another hand thy standard wave. : Till from the trumpet's mouth is pealed The blast of triumph o er thy grave: William Cullen Bryant. HIS FATHER'S SECRETARY. Frank Croker. son of Richard Croker. began this morning his apprenticeship in politics. He arrived at the Wigwam in Fourteenth street at 9:30. a full hour ahead of his father. Taking his seat at the chief's desk he arranged the pa ; pers thereon, while he quietly noted : what was goinjr on about him. The leaders who were present smiled as I they saw the young man's air of busi ! neES. Frank will act as secretary to I his father. Young Croker's advent in ! to nolitics is opnosid by his mother. who has all along desired for him a career in business. From a New York Letter. INSTEAD OF PHOSPHORUS. To take the place of phosphorus in the manufacture' of matches. Giovanni Craveri of Buenos Ayres suggests the use of perthiocyanic acid, claiming that matches made of this material are not poisonous or explosive, strike on any surface and burn brightly. The per thiocyanic acid is made from the by products of several industrial pro cesses, among which are the purifica tion of coal gas and the Lebane soda manufacture, and its cost is less than that of phosphorus. New York Post. TELL YOUR SISTER ' A beautiful complexion is an impossi- bility without good pure blood, the i sort that only exists in connection ; with good digestion, a healthy liver i and bowels. Karl's Clover Root Tea i act directly on the bowels, liver and ' kidneys, keeping them in perfect health. Price 25 cents asd 50 cents. Dr. G. II. Keefer, Druggist. LADIIS CAN WEAR SHOES One Be smaller aftfr using Allen's Foot-Eaee powder to toe shaken int the shops. It mates tight or new shoes fvlesy ; ivef instunt relief to" corns ant bunions. It's the preatest comfort discovery f the Cures swollen t? et, bliBt rs and callous a-ot. Allen's foot- ase is cermin cure ior inrowiR nail,pwcatinjr. hot, H hLn feet. At all drurprits and shoe store, BaniTfle "EE by fukil. Address. Allen S. ulnt' ud. Le Hoy, J'. Y. GARDEN CITY RESTAURANT THE! OIJDEST IN THK C7ITT Enjoys I he liest standing with trades man ltnv ovnrvt hiiicr sit ctint rnsh nriee ! it ml frivot the lw".t 'Jlx mral TUCK HINfJ & CO. 22 and 24 Washington St., east of Ja cobs & Co. Priavte rooms for families. Tickets. J4 CO; single meals. 25c. 33 MEN CURED. DK. MEYERS & CO. are the most re liable phyici:ins hecause they are the u:ost BvM utsxful. They are thft moat mi ccsfrful for the reason th-,t tliev are the inoft skilled and experienced. They have been cur ins: diseases and weaknesses of in-tn for more than eighteen yean, and hare lh lnrxeht and best equipped medical institu tion and the mo?t extensive practice in America. They never .use injqrious rcm-dh-s NO PAY TILL CURED Patients can arrange to pav when thvr re well, or may pay in monthly instaH merits Consultation and private book for men free. Home Cures Book Free. Thousands are cured annually without etinj; the dovtora All r-orreppnimnicc confidential. No print in? on envelope r paekajrrsto indiint name of sender Tlil- v.vrn book frisk. DR. MEYERS & CO -lb South Kroatlray, Los Aiicled. TAKK FXKVVrOR to Third Floor. ' HOURS: baily, S toS; JEveniiigs, 7 tg omiuays, iu ioi. POPULAR . . ' Advertisements under this head one-half cent a word each Insertion. No advertisementtaken for leu than twentr-flTe cent. WANTED Delivery wagon, cheap: also horse and harness. Address Wagcn, this office. WANTED Woman or man for cook ing and general housework in private family of four grown persons. High wages and permanent situation to competent person. Apply at 53S North Center street. Phoenix., SUBURBAN HOME If you want small rooms, pork and beans,' from $30 to $40 per month, you need not call on A. M. Wiatt of 1298 Kast Van Buren street. For nice large sunny rooms and board to please, let me know where to call. WANTED Second-hand wagon. 2 or 3-inch. Address William Bullock, Mesa, Ariz. FOR RENT Furnished rooms; tran sients accommodated. Adams street, between Center and First streets. The Anderson house. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms suitable for light housekeeping. In quire 325 North Fourth Street. MRS. CURRY, clairvoyant and healer. Obeession removed, tobacco, mor phine, opium habits cured. All dis eases successfully treated. Room 15 Cotton block. WANTED Girl for general house work; family of two; good wages. Call evenings. Mrs. W. J. Rainey, Adams hotel. FOR SALE Forty good dairy cows, near Phoenix. Will lease ranch with cows. Good opening for small cap ital. P. O. Box 234, Phoenix. FOR RENT Sunny furnished front room. 616 West Van Burne. FOR RENT Furnished house. 125 North Third street. No invalids. GRAIN lands for rent. Half section under the Salt River Valley canal, with water furnished. Arizona Water Co., O'Neill building. FOR RENT Lovely sunny rooms, with high class board, in best part of city; modern conveniences. Mrs. C. F. Impey, 401 North Fifth avenue. BARGAINS in many lines at 245 East Washington Street. AGENTS Our Economic Gaslight Burner fits any kerosene lamp and gives an elegant white gaslight: no smoke, chimney, smell or bother; best seller ever produced; write for sam ples and particulars. The Economic Company, No. 157 Washington St., Chicago. WANTED A woman for housework. Apply Dr. Stroud, 631 North Center Street. , FURNISHED or unfurnished rooms to let. Apply at 802 West Jefferson Street, between Eighth and Ninth avenues. GO to the Dorris for the best furnished rooms; strictly first-class. No. "62 South Second avenue, opposite court house. v WANTED 160 acres alfalfa under the old canals. Money to Invest in pay ing projects. Houses built to suit purchaser on monthly payments. Securities bought. Money to loan. Copper properties wanted. PRICE. CREIGHTON & CO., Fleming Building. WANTED Day nurse for child; must furnish satisfactory references; white girl preferred. Apply at 715 North Second avenue. FOR SALE Cheap. Morgan & Howe's : coffee and tea canisters, coffee mill and motor. Apply to Kessler-Boyle ' Grocery Co. j WANTED Ticket to g cast, this office. Inquire FOR RENT Furnished rooms, single or en suite: new management; strict ly respectable. The Occidental, Cen ter street, opposite Hotel Adams. WANTED A girl to do general house work. Call at 325 West Jefferson Street. WANTED Experienced girl for gen eral housework. Apply mornings, at 244 East Van Buren. WANTED Woman or girl to do house work. Call Thomas' drug store, 240 East Washington. LOST Probably on Washington or North Third streets, a solid gold lady's collar-pin, heart shaped. Find er will please return to this office and receive reward. PERSONAL -Lady will do all kinds of mending and repairing of ladies' and men's clothing. Call at 220 Madison, corner Second street. FOR RENT Newly furnished rooms, pleasant, comfortable; healthful lo cation: also furnished house. 1529 East Washington street. CARPENTERS and handy men can find two months' work by calling at office of Arizona Water company, O'Neill building. FOUND On Washington street be tween Third and Fourth avenues, a purse. Owner can have same by ap plying at this office and paying charges. Won of a famous 5 t -i-'- 'T,ffi' n- i!T"n K:l the aarmn of IrorxHenct t'PHOEXKclcaiisesuieliver, Uie Wi kldneysandttien.-inaryoreaiisofaUunpojlJea, tf'CVnrCTi RtrerithenSi-rid res-tores maf wcat onians. j: :.a r' .uio.i ;r!:r rM n:-? not cr.ren by iKviors is bonuise nmerv per cent are tmrcbtea srltb iro- . CV 11 rilXiis theouly known rem fir lo curewltliout u op.nakin. soooctinink. . "i " "J"' ri' jirfn ar"i money rernrm-d If irx ho to ones not effect a uermuent euro. (iiCa box, six fur by mca. aenUfor jrfti:Kcirrurand testimonials. Address DATOb IITJICIXE CO., P.O. Box 3TS. San Fraiidseo. CiL FvrSalclr? EEN L. BEAR. Sole Agent, US and 129 WANTS r? v At FOR SALE A No. 1 second-hand phaeton. 313 West Washington St. FOR RENT. Two, three or five nicely furnished rooms for light housekeep ing. 491 North Third avenue. FOR RENT. A sunny room, fur nished for lodging or light house keeping. If ill kindly do not call. 5:5 North Third avenue. WANTED. A place at house work; good place at good wages preferred. Call at South First street and Lin coln. ROOM AND BOARD FOR TWO. In one of the nicest surbuban homes in town. You will find what you want. Address W, this office. j WANTED To buy, a horse, harness and vehicle. Must be reasonable. Ad dress W. E. A., Republican office. FOR first-class board in the country and first-class accommodations ad dress J. A. McBride, Box T82. STRANGERS welcome at the Intelli- I gence office to free city list of fur nished or unfurnished houses ' and rooms, suites for housekeeping, city or country board. 32 North First avenue. ELEGANTLY furnished rooms, , single or en suite, with board, in private house: piano, bath, telephone, etc.; everything strictly first-class. Mrs. E. S. Gill, 1548 East Washington street, on car line. MRS. CURRY, clairvoyant and healer, i Obcession removed, tobacco, mor phine, opium habits cured. All dis eases successfully treated. Room 15 Cotton Block. WANTED Girl for ' general house work. Apply at 6:30 North First av enue. E. B. Knox. FOR RENT One room, and board for two persons. 850 East Washington street, on car line. FOR RENT Large , comfortably fur nished front room. 475 North Fifth avenue. FOR RENT Furnished, four rooms of the upper story of new house. Stoves and water. . 747 West Madison, cor ner Eighth avenue. WANTED Girl for light housework or to do housework and washing; wages reasonable. Call at 475 North Fifth avenue. WANTED Active young man with no pulmonary trouble, for light work on ranch at reasonable salary. Address X. Y. Z., Republican office. WANTED 1-rogressive, energetic man, thoroughly understanding irrigating and stock to handle 160-acre ranch. Good salary and permanent job to the right man. Address A. B. C, Repub lican office. GOVERNMENT POSITIONS Don't Prepare for any civil service or cen sus examination without seeing our 'catalogue of information. Sent free Columbian Correspondence College, Washington, D. C. PERSONAL Miss Hattie Berry", scien . tific palmist, will give' fifteen minute readings at her home for 25 cents. 145 South Second street, corner Mad ison. WANTED People to know the Cap itol express transfers trunks to any part of the city for 25 cents each. Of fice 32 West Washington. Telephone 199. Charley Jones, proprietor. FOR SALE OR RENT Sixteen head of dairy cows. Address F. B. Jacobs, Wickenburg, Ariz. WANTED One experienced waist fin isher at 29 West Adams street. Mrs. Mosher. FOR RENT Three furnished rooms for housekeeping. Inquire S50 North First 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. 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. FOR RENT Sunny room, with or without board, on car line. 1618 East Washington street. TO. RENT A desirable residence. In quire 546 North Fourth avenue. FOR RENT Rooms, single or en suite. 343 East Monroe. corner Fourth street. Also stable for two horses. Apply side gate. 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 i ing. KHOOO RESTORED CUPIDEHE" Thfc rrentVaaaUr.1. French phrsirian, will quickly cure you of all ncr- E. Washington St., Phoenix, Arizona. vvus uru.-TOui iur gcuerauve onra.iv, alien as Ixjat 31a:ibnod, Insozr.nia. rrJ:-.5la tberiick,tk-ii;liial KuiiMiiin .mui, Tishnit... Pisces, l"sS:ac! to STarry, Kxhaosuu Drains. Varicocele and consu-cion. iiE'.opsml lorspi tiydsv or iiihu prevents quick- UfrSSOI (iiW-hanr(. wlliCll if twrrhr-lred !Mk In KMrirmlnrrhiM ,,.1 ONE large sunny front room, nicely furnished, $S per month. Call Sec ond avenue and Sherman street mornings. A WELL furnished suburban residence to rent; six rooms; three large, clos ets; fireplaces in two rooms, ' rent very reasonable to good party . if taken soon. Team and carriage vlf desired. Address Box 722. MANY things for sale at a sacrifice at 245 East Washington Street. LEAVE orders for housecleaning and work of all kinds at Labor Office, 213 West Washington. N. D. Valentin. 119 West Jefferson. . 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-Elghty 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 Hotel Oasla at Glendale. Ariz. Price cheap. Terms to suit buyer. Address Owner, Box 21. Glendale. WANTED Several persons for dis trict office managers in this state to represent me in their own apd 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. Park, 300 Caxton Build ing, Chicago. UNTIL further notice KILROY'S NEW PALESTINE will offer lota. 50x130. on 2ND. 3RD. 4TH, 5TK,' 5TH 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 13 THE .ONLY ONE IN OR TO THE CITY OP PHOENIX THAT HAS SANITARY SEWERAGE. Its assessed value, city, county and territory, for 189S-9 Is over $28,000, which, to the posted man. Is conclusive evidence as to ita value. The first purchasers will have the choice. Phoenix Curbstone Brok-- ers and Commission Men-are not al lowed to handle our properties. Room 81 Fleming Block. (Take elevator.) . PROFESSION A L ARCHITECTS. .. D.W.Milkfd. Julian Wfllard Designers and Supervisors of Construction 3 For all Classes of Buildings. FLEMING BLOCK. .. PHOENIX, - - ARIZONA; PHYSICIANS. OWING TO THE INCREASE IN Busi ness In the last two years DR. CHILDS has been compelled to seek more com modious quarters. His friends and patrons will now find him at No. 1C SOUTH SECOND AVENUE. AU Dis eases Treated Scientifically to a cure. Consultation Free. DR. CHILDS Is the best diagnostician in Arizona. MUSICIANS. V. G. RAGONE. Thorough Violin PluVer 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 93S West Washington Street. THE PIAXO. Miss Mary Elizabeth Htliey New E'lglnod Conservtorv Methods, ad dress 11H East Van Buren Street. VETERINARY. F. O. RICHMOND. M. D. C, Fhomrtx. Arizona. Veterinary Surgeon and Den tist : diseases of all domestic animals scientifically treated. Office and resi dence. 537 West Van Buren street No charge for consultation. Agent for the ! Horse Review. DENTISTS. DR. JOHN A. LENTZ, DENTIST. GAS administered. Rooms over Postofllce. W. G. LENTZ. DENTIST. SPECIALIST in Crown and Bridtre work. Oss ad ministered. Office Fleming Block, rooms 2U1, 2T2, 203, 20i, 205, 206. . . .. II. J. JE6SOP Dentist. Office Porter building, corner Washington and Ceo ter streets, rooms 14 and 16. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. JOSEPH H. KIBBEY A ARTHUR J. KDWARDS. Lawyers. Steincgerer block, zl'-i S. First Ave.. Phoenix, Arizona. , LAW OFFICES OF LOGAN, DEMOND X- HARRY 77 William S Km Yrlr Walter S. Logan. Charles SI. Demond. - C II" 1 T- .. n 1 ' ' - .."i . "u' urn lit. , ricu . Hanford. Represented in Arizona by NORTON CHASE, Adams Hotel, Phoe nix. STEAMSHIP AGENCY. ' ATLANTIC OCFAN STFAMSHIP COM par.ies. Ktlroy's New Palestine. (Room- 316. Fleming Block). Agents for Whit) Star. Cunard, North German Lloyd and Anchor lines, to and from all parts of the world. Call or write. EDUCATIONAL. FRRNTH LESSONS MADAME A. tiUYOT, ox-principal of school, Paris. France. Si2 North First Avenue. O. r. Thompson rivii, excisker, phoe nix, A T. 2S years in municipal and ralw road work. Expert braftsD an. AGENTS FOR THIS PAPER. . CrRTIS-NEHALL ADVERTISING COM PANT Established 189.. San Francisco Office, 510 Montgomery Street Los Aticeles Olhce. 223 est Second Street. REDUCED RATES TO GLOBE. The Phoenix Short Line has ar ranged for a redttclion in the tlcke' rate from Phoenix to Globe, and pas sengers mot desiring stop-over privl-y leges can purchase tickets at 'rate' of $12. This :s a reduction of $1.50 an(J is 57.6 less than local rate.