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TIE AKIZONA EEPUU1.1CAN; TUESDAY MORNING, XOVEMhER 2f. IS9?.
CHARLES B. BOOTHE & CO. MINING, and MILLING MACHINERY RAILWAY SUPPLIES. LOS AsTGELKS. CALIFORNIA. sod asies THK HELVETIA. J. B. Phaser, general manas Helvetia Mining company. r of the which is operating in the Santa Ritas, has re tinnM to the camp In company with iV B. t'lare. the civil engineer of the ' company. These gentlemen and their vivos were at the Orndorff yestet lay, bays the Tucson Star. I Scagt.- it! Tn a brief taik with Mr. Mas learned that a test run would be made about ten days hence when the 175 ton rmelter would be blown in and the machinery set in motion. Tnree days will be Riven to the initial test and then a suspension of operations will be taken for two weeks in clear ing up preparatory to a steady run. Mr. Seasrer said the ores ran f n m 4 ol per cent, but that he expect'. J to lut throuRh ore that would avert per cent. Nothing more than bloc ".tins .ut the ore had been done so far. stop- ing being taken account of as or era- lions progressed ncrcaiter. ti:e i.iree foot gauge road of three miles length from mines to smelters would be om- I.leted about December first. The com- lUui.-.,i.,i "Maud ith the discoverv u rail line rrom the smelter to an s I station, the distance over a mesa be- j i:ig calculated at fourteen miles. At ! present Sam W. Finley is dire ting heavy hauls to the company's proper ties from Veil's and Nt:al & Thompson carry light gools and passengers, the ftagre running daily each way. There sire about 250 men on the pay roil of the company, and there is fully 40' TPfple all told in the camp. There appearing to be reports cur rent that the Helvetia affair was a stock deal nnd ir. classed with several doubtful concerns being floated in the cast. Mr. Seager was questioned on this point, ell said that the company had no stock to sell and was minding it3 own affairs. In fact they did not care to rush into print. "Any legitimate news, we are always willing to give Hie newspapers, but we do not wi.-h such news to be distorted and made misleading, as some papers are aot to lo." said the gertlemai'. as he turned j right away that you're just the maver to enter the dining room for lunch. ; iek I want to get my rc;pe on, so if you ! want to be queen of my heart and -ui.t.t .mum A. ". Giimore returned Tuesday from a visit to his properties in the Brad- i f.haws and reports mining in that sec- ,' tion as verging on a boom, says the j PreKct.lt Prosoect. The ( "alifornia ' 4 ii.ine, the second extension of the Tiger, is sure to be a big gold mine, and the mill, which was formerly used to work the silver ores of the Tiger. Ir being remodeled by the putting in of ; ore. The Fifth North Extension of the Eclipse is the property of Mr. Gilir.ore. ant! is patented. Air. t.umore was not a little surprised to find that the Mex- j ican wood choppers had purloined his I timber from the claim, but was knocked completely off his pins when he found that an individuti had ! "iumned" the same. Mr. Gilmore t nun. 1 tersiirned the notice, and volonteeretl the information that it might be well ! for Mr. "Jumper" to look up the ree- tin re is enough ore in the Tiger dis- I trict to supply r"r-ltu- ''i.l-Pr.:t.-lv ! i I 3 ' ' . . i . ! c ' t:: t.i I'd c. t. t n'. hi :.;:...' . '! ! to ::t;ur ot I !::-t'.-. in t toe - s. :,,. ,!,,;,,. hi - itn ).. Never ".cr'SIce COin fort tor oilier rr.iaii'ic.-.. Jt i-: jsr.t M net essarv. for The Hurt :nrd " ' korrcct Sliat-c " inc.! u.ctl witii ai:v :v!J ol H. A. DliEHL EHOI- CO.. PM'IiM.X, ARIZ. I PACKARD J Look for Ihf-i 'rrt's r 'lL 1 p k to - A ! I V Mining there was a railroad running I through there to transport it. j John W. HiiJgens and partners have recently bonded their p! opi rtk s in the I Ulaek Hills district to J. E. Harper of j Chicago for the sum of $20.0"H. ' A. I . Smith came in Thursday from his mines at Mount Union. He reports that the work done on the Mountain Treasure mine recently has developed ja fine showing in that proiievty. Pres- 2Gtl Prospect. Mr. K. T. Winston went down to .accriias last Wednesday to look I 'jver nis mining interests there. A I twenty ton mill run from one of his sold prospects averaged a little over 500 a ton enough to make any man smile, says the Prescott Prospect. Mr. Winston is a wide-a wa.ke. sturdy, youns business man from Chicago just the type and kind of men we need in Arizona. Saturday evening, the ISth instant, a I : hute of very rich copper ore, which ! a!si, rc..ri(.s " vfi- v..,,, ?ountere(J in Ievc, o of the Homo ! Stake mInp. ,, feet beiow the surface. This .mine is the property of Mess;:?. Block and Cray. aV.d situated on the Riy Hll The mine hprptnfnr.i Virus I bp(, pI,,,Iucin sokl silver and K,ad of this rieh chut? of copper ore adds greatly to I the value of the property, and as a conseriuer.ee the owners are naturally highly elated. Frescott Prospect. A BAEKIS ON THE RAXGE Eis lively Eerponss to a "luatriino nial" Advertisement. A Kansas City girl who put a "matil- monial" advertisement in a recent number of the Star is probably caspimr j for breath over the following letter, which reached her a few days "Liberal, Kan., Oct. 29. 3Iy Dear Younc Woman: I had just finished rounding up the market reports in the Star today when I caught your brand in the personal column, and is I'm just about the swiftest thing that comes ! 1 ; down the pike I made up my mind t.., ...er. 1 ..u.i.iica nt.tu or tne nest iwn.te-ace cattle In this neck of the , wootls. just send the old man a line and we 11 be running our herd on the same range ejuieker'n a burking broncho can pitch a cowboy into the middle of next ' W eeK. "Before you put your sig. onto that letter you're a-goir.g to write me. just ' tell me all about yourself, 'whether j you're a straight blue blord or just a 1 common dogie, and if you rid. leap- neu' "ns'ed way some of the city girls have of riding clothespin fashion. I v...,., IL KtlJ . ,u - . that-a-way. but if you'd just as so in I I101' 1 " ou tno 'KSt buckskin side- bduuie in tne market, with lots of gin- I ger bread on the tapideros and silver JlnS!eDoTiS all over it. ii you want to Know anything about me- ust v'Tito to Kilgore Hays. L'b- n" 11 lRey "on 1 'oa 1 m a ' ftra,snt feilow and have the best ranch ; in tot- r jtttmiieiie ami can riue tne i mcanes't broncho and rope more steers ii oe laiiye. i n eat i my sombrero, anil it s a hand mad j Mexican one, that v.iRhs eight pounds ! and cost fourteen dollars. ! ' Hope you won't fret on the prod at I this letter, for I never was much at ' ! slinking: words and always fought shy j of the jrirls. and as I never wrote a i , lo.e leuer in my .ife and never sign j anything: but checks, you'll have to ! counter brand anything- you don't like j in this letter. J am a-.troin' to snd my - far e along with ihis. so you can se ! what kind of a looker I am. and hope I it'll suit you. R-turn the crimp., can't lyon? V.'rll. I'll have to rope off or : some fellow will be shooting holes in : me for runr-in on Ms rnngp. Hope to ri mat ie-.nr next man. lours ' you II have me. ." .. ... ..- u.,.1 i-,..i. ueu tne lei- ; , smveii a nan..nme - oung man in I u. kskin trousers, hip'.i heeled boots vi "e Vrimmed hpt and long hair, car- i ' i:t.s anu a nip.'. iausa. i 'KN.M.TY Or BEING POLTTE. il't:t or." the car i: I:-.;: Your Seat t Hamburg' o a Lady. j L I:: iror" .H.Ticult to te polite in the tity of Hamburs than in any oilier I iace in Europe. There the nin-t chiv- j ahous man has to think twice before , Kivins up his seat in a ear to a lady. ' as he may be turned off the car for his politeness. It s- ems that the Hamburg trolley cars will seat, according to size. twenty or twenty-, i'jrht persons, ten to t fourteen on each si'lp. In addition. ' four persons i:ro allowed on t h front and five persons on the back platform. I 1 When the i ar is full the conductor! hnnrs out v. si?n. "Besetzt." which ' m-ans "oecnpied," rnd i-4 nbsolut'dy i , forbidden to take on aiieMi.r pa-s:iiKer crii! some one prets riff the car. Sometimes, while the conductor is 'n ! front rollectinjr fares, a lady will step on the car. which is already "occu- : led." As there is no conductor on hand to prevent her. the lady steps in side, an 1 the gentleman who may offer : lit r a seat onv s out end takes his j stand on the platform. When the iiin : ductor. after soiiife' his rounds, returns ' his post, lie promptly requests the "entU n-.an t step off the car, as he has 'forfeited his seal, and the car is fully nccuTiicd." Should he refuse to leave the car he is put off. The policemen on the streets are instructed to watch the cars sharply, and if they find a car 'carries even one more passenger than its proper complement, the conductor is lined 72 cents, which is paid to a charitv fund of the street railwav coni- I pany. Philadelphia Press. MR. 000LEY M PUBLIC FICKLENESS Mr. Dooley put his paper aside and pushed his spectacles up on his fore head. "Well." he said. "I suppose, afther all, we're th' mns' lively nation in the wurruld. It dce.-n t seem manny months ago since- ye. Hhinissy. was down at th' depot cheelin' the deparlin' her.vs " ' "I nivir was." said Mr. Hennessey. I "I stayed at home." "Since ye was down choeriu" th' de- partin' heroes." Mr. Dooley continued, i an ihryin to collect what they owed ye. Th' papeis was full iv news iv th' war. Private Jawn Th. mas Rozonm iv Woonsocket. a mimber iv th' gallant an' devoted Wan Hundherd an' Eighth Rhode Island, accidentally s:ippe;i on j a orange peel while attimptin' to lave ih' reeruitin' office an' sustained manny con-tu-sions. He rayfused to be taken home an' insisted on jinin" his lig'mint j at th rayciption in th' fair grounds. ! Gallant Private Bcz om! That's th' stuff that American heroes ar-ie made iv. Ye find thim at th' forge an' at th' plow, an' dhrivin sthreet cars, an' ! ridin' in th' same. Th' favor?.! few has th' chanst to face th" bullets iv th' ; inimy. 'Tis fr these unknown pnthrite.4 I to prove that a man can sarve his I count hry at home as well as abroad, j Private liozoom will not be f'rgot 1" his fellow counthrymen. A rayciption has been arranged f " him at th' Woon- ' socket op-ry house, an' 'tis said i; he ' accipi it. tn vote iv th state iv that purse in my hand h would come Ilhode Island'll be cast fr him fr prn- around at night to assure me that he' ldint. 'Tis at such times as this that) knew I didn't care for it. and if I had we re.lict that th' wurruld has wurruk UW told hiir. so earlier he would have fr men to do. an' mere politicians mus' jcrrange.l to have it exchanged, and all retire to th rear. protestations could not convinee j oat wa3 a tew months ago. Where's liozoom now? If iver ye go to I,.. i ,-. . ... " . oonsocKet. ainnissy. which awd frbid. ye'll find him behind th' coun- ther iv th' grocery store ladlin' out rutabaga turnips into a brown paper cornucopy an glad to be alive. An' 'tis tin to wan, an' more thin that, that th town numonst nas named him th' or ange peel hero, an' he'll go to his grave with that name. Th' war is over an" th" state iv war exists. If ye saw a man fall fr'm th' top iv a tin-story build in' "twud startle ye, wanst. If it happened again, 'twud surprise ye. But if ye saw a man fall ivrv fifteen min- t j-jts ye'd go home afther awhile fr i supper an' ye wuddent even mintion ;t t,, ve'rr ,vifo i -r don't know how nv h thev ar-re in th' Philippines, Down there a man is avther a sojer or a casualty Bein' a casualty is no good. I cud say about a man: 'He was a hero in th' war with Spain,' but how can I siv: 5hake hands with Bill Gradv. wan iv th' ladin' casualties iv our late war?" j Register Company and its opponents 'Twud be no more thin to say he was i which has been so successfully fought wan iv th' gallant men that voted fr ! out in tlle East by the Hallwood com prisfdint in 1196. ' pany is probably news in this section. "Xo. Hinnissv. ueonle wants novel- ! The contest has become a veritable ties in war. Th war fashions iv is out iv style. Thev ai-re t .0 full in th' waist an' too lonsr in th' pkirt Th' style lias changed. There ar-re fifty thousand backward men in th' fair isles iv th' Paasvfie fitrh'.in' t.. fre th' I Philioneen fr'm himself n-- iir,.m:n' -i casualty in th' operation, but no waniani1 finally irrevocably settled by I is charterin' ar-rmv hospital ships f r lne court of last resort in the SI'- i thim. Xo wan is convartin' anny ' PR EM E COl'ilT OF APPEALS AT. steam yachts fr thim. Xo wan is sind- i WASHiXilTOX. 1). ('.. anil the com- i in' eighty tons iv plum puddin to com- I I, jar - re in a war that'd make th' British . I throops in Africa think thev were ; to i.uu i r a priz oanne onfashionable war. Tis But 'tis ,:n an ol' war made over fr'm garments formerly worn be heroes. Whin a man is out in ' th' counlhrv with wan n siuim j.-i-'olf n sjiaper j l.as read th' authentic dispatches fr'm ! 'Ladysmith an' Harrismith an' Wilium- ldensmith an' JLysteriousbillvsmith an tn' meetin' iv th' czar iv Rooshia with th' lmpror Willuui an' th' fire in tit pat km house an th reoort iv th .canal thrustees an' th' lightin' news an' m want atis, an aitner tie nas r-nuu thim over f.vinty timts he looks at his ;Cash Register proposition. watch an' says he. -holy smoke, 'tis! The HIGHEST AWARD at the Call-j two hours to thrain time an' I aujpns ' f.u-nia State Fair was Kivsn to thfl I'll have lo r-rtad th' news fr'm th' , HALT-WOOD t'ash Register Pept. ISth, Ptiilippeens.' War. be hivitts. is fo ; 1S!'3. common that I believe if we was to! The HIGHEST AWARD tinder se- take on a fight with all th' wurruld n..t ; more thin half th' popylation iv New l j England'd die iv hear-rt disease befure ! j they got into th' cellars. j ' "Th' new vtyle iv war is made in j London an' all our set is simply stuck on it. Th' casualties in th' Philii.peens it an wall; home, but is it possible that j anny thrue an' well dhrt-s.-ed American ! can stand to sec th' si-ns iv th' an-I cicnt British aristocracy taken care iv I De tneir own govermint? 'What.' says, Lady John Jennings (her that was th' ; oaueiiur iv wan iv our bravest an' ; nest racor.toors. ) vhat.' she says. I ill ar.ny American woman residin' in L ..-.on men Slior ttow n. She sa vs. mat lias recently plaved polo in our MBm. sue sa s, an lie brought i i ii, .we i.i nieie i nransports . sne says. ! i-aciies. sne says, 'lave us equip a hospital ship,' she says. 'I thrust,' she says, 'that all iv us has been long enough fr'm home to f'rget our despic able domestic struggles,' she says, an' think on'y iv humanity,' she says. An' whin she opens up th' shop fr sub scriptions ye'd think fr'rn th' crowd that 'twas th' first night iv th' horse show. I don't know what Lein Stig gins iv Kansas, marked down in th' roll, private in til' Twentieth Kansas. Severely. 1 don't know what Private Severely thinks iv it. An' I wuddent like to know till afther Thanksgivin'," "Don't be blat herin'." said Mr. Hen nessey. "Sure ye can't ixpirt p.ople to be inthrcsted f'rever in a first per f.ii'inn nee." "No." siii.l Mr. Dooley. "but whin th' au.l.ien.e gives th' comp'ny an encore it ought at laste to pietiud that it's not lavin' fr th' other show." F. P. Dunne in Chicago Journal. MEN ARE Sl'SPICIOES. Girl Touches on a aYy of Theirs That Makes Life Miserable for iicr. The Bright Girl sighed heavily. "I wish I didn't have to wear these gloves into the country this afternoon." she said, mournfully. "I love these gloves. They f t me better than any I ev. r had. and they are the most adorub! ; shade and texture, yet when I come home again, what with picking up chestnut burrs and dead leaves and things, they won't be fit for publication or even to wear to the ceiuntry again. "Why do I wear them? Because I'm going with Robert, and Robert gave m n:e the gloves, and S'.'eh is th peculi arity of men tint they don't think you appreciate a gift if you don't wear it all the time. I started out with him tne other day wearing a very pretty pair of older ones, but as soon as he t aught sight of them. 'There.' he s.iid. 'I knew you didn't like the glove.; I gave you.' " 'But I do. I imist. d. " 'No, yr.u don't.' he responded: 'if you did you would wear them.' "Xow. tlid you ever hear of anything more exaptrating? iltit it's just man like. "Another friend of mine grave me a pocketbook once. It was a lovely af fair, ail gold edged and monogramed. and I did want to save it for state oc casions. Hut was 1 allowed to 7 X.j, indeed. If he caught me going to mar ket at 9 o'clock in the morning without him that I was merely thriftily con- sideling the future. Aren't men im- i j possible things? ' "V.'ell, here comes TJobert. so I may aR wen resign myself to putting on my dove colored treasures and going out to ruin them in his company." Kansas ! -jty journal TRAGIC MISrXDERSTAXDIXG. Mrs. Gobbler Oh. to dream that you could be false to me, Mortimer! Mr. Gobbler Why. my dear, what on earth is the matter? Mrs. Gobbler I I heard you say ! tnat' now Thanksgiving was coming, you were afraid your gug-gug-goore would be cookd! New Yo-k Priss. o j on ALL PIUih.MX til: LI LLIX.IZLD. j COMPETITION' LOOKS GOOD, I The results of the struggle for su- premacy between the Hallwood Cas'.i chestnut in the East and the efforts of : tne opposition to tussatisty tne users 01 tnt Hallwood have rem hed point ' there where they are not only laughed , at but considered simply. Xl'IrfAXCES. lAil questions v. I.atsoever regarding rat- 1 ' ents have been fought out in the courts missi.mer of orients of the Tnited etes governi:v nt so instructed. How- ever, all users of Ha'lwood registers are supplied with a bond as good as gold j which covers every phase of the situa- j tion. The contest has now settled down to one of rlntive merits onlv nnrl in all such contests the Hallwoe tl has come victorious. See challenge. "How to Win Jrie." What OHIO thinks about it: Judge George K. Nash, one if the : t .i: i ,--....1. Uetrister ('umiimv. was elected Oov- einor of the Slate of Ohio by over 61.- 000 plurality. Nov. 7th. 1S?9. What CAI.IFOItXIA thinks of the vere competition was riven to the HALLWOOD t.'asa Register nt the Mec hanics' Fair at San Francisco, just closed. What PANADA thinks: The HALLWOOD Cash Resisler won in competition the FTRPT PUEMII'M nt the Toronto Exposition Sept. 8th, lsiill. Cold Medal. i Call and see cut of the beautiful COI.I) KDAL receive:!. llusincss men lit re are about to be I flooded with literature disparaging the j Haliwood Cash R. -srister. ItKMF.MP.ER WHEN Yd!' STEP ON A PIG'S TAIL IT SQI'EALS. Treat these wailinsjs j ef i.-icc ,,,,,,,.,,,,.1,' passing monoioly contempt they des"rve. A l.icture of s,.n.. one hundred Hailv. ood Cash Reff- isters will be eagerly shown you. These are claimed to have been discarded. THIS IS FALSE: The truth is these machines were bought up for ADVER TISING- and KNOCKING purposes. Alhdavits on exhibition at our of fice show that in many cases much more than the original price was paid to procure same. They will be OFFERED for sale at cut prices, trying to INTERFERE WITH Ol'R LI'SINESS and ORDERS for same may be TAKEN, but thev will NEVER DE DELIVERED. These are facts and show the desperate efforts of a would-be monopoly to con t it ! the cash register business. The agency of the Hallwo id Company lo cated here urgently requests the users of the improved Hallwood to immedi ately notify them of any threats or ef forts to damage their MACHINES and ample protection will be afforded and i such attempts vigorously prosecuted. We refer to the bankers and lawyers of Arizona. APPLETOX J. IDE, Attorney for the HALLWOOD CASH REGISTER Company. 412 Flem ing Il'ot'.:. Phoenix. Arizona. SIUKE !T0 YCUK S5.0ES, Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the feet. It cures painful, swollen snnrlin" i:ei voi ;-. feet and instantly takes l lie stir.g I out oi eorns aao minions, it s the great est eomfei t discovery of the age. Allen's I'oot-Ese makes tight or new siloes feel easy. It is a certain cure for sacalint. callous and hot, tired, aching feet. Try it today. Sold by all druggists and shoe stores. By mil for 23c til stamps. Trial package FREK. Address Allen S. 'din stead, Le Roy, N. Y, Is your health worth $1.00? If so go and get a bottle of Electrbzone. It will purify and enrich your blood and put yuor system in a thorough healthy condition. Electrozone cures all stomach, kidney and bladder ailments. Rheumatism, nervous ness, catarrh and all blood diseases. $1 a bottle. KEEFER'S DRUG STORE. srnznsTiTioN of actous. "Here, boy:" tailed the clerk at one I of the city hot. Is the other afternoon. snow this gentleman up to steen hundred and six." The guest who had just registered was sedate and middle aged, but his smooth-shaven jaw and an indescribable something about his dress and bearing immediately pro claimed jiiin as an actor. "If you'll wait here for about ten minutes." remarked the clerk to a fri. nd at the counter, "you'll see that j man come down and ask for another ; room." I "Is the one you gave him as bad as all that?" i.sked the other, smiling. "Oh, no! It's one of the. very best in 1 the house but just wait and see." The clock had ticked off barely eight min I utes when, true to the prediction, the i at tor reappeared. "Ah. cxcusD me." lie began in an apol i ogetie tone, "but er would it be pos- MARKET KEPQRfS. LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. Wholesale Selling Prices Current. EGGS Ranch, $7.508; eastern, $7.2oi 7..r0. BUTTER Ranch, per It), 20c; Mur ; icopa creamery, GOc: Tempe-Mesa Pro ! duee Co., 2Se. j CHEESE Eastern, full cream, ! lC(J?17c; home, 14c. per j BEAXS. j BEAXS Per lb, small white. $3.40; , pinks per cwt.. ?:!.50; Lima J5.50 5.75. ; FRESH FRUITS AXD BERRIES ' Bananas. $3.73fff4 per bunch. I LESIONS Fancy, per case, J4'34.2i'; ' blackberries, 15c per basket; strawber ries, 20tfi25c: peaches, 80cJ?$l per box; pomegranates, 2!j3Vic per lt: Bartiett pears, f 1.601.75 per box; AVinter Xel- ijs, per box; Salt River valley nave! oranges, per case. J3.SCitfT4; Ari zona Pomoloes. 'a 1 50 per dozen; per simmons, 3 2Vac per lb. DRIED FRUITS, NUTS. RAISINS DRIED FRUITS Apples, evapo- : ratPfi fanev. per lb. 13c: peaches, fancy. S:ic: choice. r3Sc; plums, pitted, fancy. choice. 8e; prunes, choice, 7Vi; OTaQlOc; apricots, fancy, 12e; choice, lie. NUTS Walnuts, fancy soft shells, 13c: paper shell, lGc; soft shell, 15c; hard shell. He per lb: pecans, lO'c: California, 12c; filberts, l.'c; Biazils, 14c; pinones, 14e; peanuts, ! eastern, roasted, llQ12c: raw Stff 10c; I home raw, 7iffSc; roasted, li'c; chest ' nuts, 17-(!i20c per pound. I RAISIN'S London layers, per box, $1.9012.25; loose, per lb, 45c: Thonip ' son Seedless, Cfflc: Sultana, 5c. COFFEES AND SUGARS. ) COFFEES Rio 13tS15c; Central : American, 181) 20c; Peaberry, 205i22c: j Mocha and Java. 30S31c; Arbuckle's, ( $12 per case: Lion coffee, $11.50. fZTn rc I".. ...... i. .. . . vji o...Mia.vcu ..w.t;. i,trt cL. ! cuh' ?5.503.75; powered, 7c; C. tr-c p r 1D r tii aikjilz,. ( I Ifc-k Per lb. Sc; veal per tt, '""'ton. per lb, 10c; fresh pork, 3c. HAMS Medium, 12c. BACON Breakfast, per It), 10c. j HIDES. WOOL AXD TALLOW. HIDES Dry, 12'i per !tj; kip, 10'ic; ! calf. 14o; bull, 5c. I WOOL Nominal. j TALLOW rer lb. No. 1, 2c. FRESH FISH. 1 Southern California varieties.' ! per lb; Columbia River salmon, ! per lb. ! POULTRY AND GAME. POULTRY Her.s. good heavy, 12'.4e per doz.. M.T.'i'ffa.fiO: Pekin dunks live wr i - . - --. . . ... . doz., $3.50; spi-ins chickens, live. IC.75T? GRAIN AND HAT. WHEAT Per cental, for shipping, Sl.K'ff 1.C0. HAY I'er tr.n, loose alfalfa, JS; billed .iir:,lf., er tn BARLEY $1.03 per' cwt. ROLLED BARLEY Jl'.13. ONIONS AND VEGETABLES. VEGETABLES Beets rer cwt., Sl-Cfi : evaporated chilis per lb, loc; green onions, per dozen bunches, 23c; radishes, per dozen bunches, 23c; spin ach per doz., 2uc: tomatoes, per box, SI'S 1.10: string beans, 12c: cabbage, J3.23 3.75 per cwt.: green chill, 6c per il, potatoes, tL.aoyj.; green corn, ltirr 13c per doz.; carrots, $1.30 per cwt.; green peas, 11c: wax and lima beans, I 10c: sweet potatoes. $1.23i 2 per cwt. ONIONS Valley, Silver Skins, $2.23 i 2.50. FLOUR AND FEEDSTUFFS. FLOUR Per bbl., local extra roller process. $ l.r.O; graham. J2.50 per cwt.1; whole wheat flour. $2.30 per cwt. CORN M EAL White, $2.23 per cwt.; yellow. $2.30 per cwt. F EEDSTUFFS Bran, per ton, $13; j roiled barley, jl.tn per cwt. DRY SALT rOP.K-lYr lb, Sflc. LARD Kettle rendered leaf, $5; f.s, ?5.43: 10s, $3.10. HONEY AND BEESWAX. HONEY Strained, per case, $7.50. BEESWAX Per lb. 22240. MONEY" MARKET. New York. Nov. 2.. Silver rates nVrifajltVi: bar silver 5S certili : Mexi- ran dollars 4.1,--:- Copper dull: brokers ITU; exchange 17: casting 154. Lead quiet and steady: brokers 4.40: exchange 4.02's STOCK MARKET. Los Angele'S. cwt.. $3.7."(S 4.2: v. 27. Cattle, per calves. JI.utKt'a.tHi; wethers, $1,731(4.011: sheep, per head. lambs. $2..ji.W2. i ! PALE, SICKLY WOM.EN. sible for you to move me to some other apartment." I don't tuite fancy the one I'm In. don' "ner-know." "CtTtainiy. sir." repiied the clerk, po litely. "Hoy! Move the gentleman to 'steen "kven!" "Xow, what the di.-kens does all that mean?'' asked the onlooker when the player had d!.-':i;i;ieared to his new quarters. "Why. simply 11. is." r.plied the clerk. "Theatrical pro;.!.-, as a class, like to shift rooms as s .on as possible after they arrive at a house. They have a superstition that they leave their bad luck in the first apartment. I had no intention of giving that gentleman the room, he went to first. To begin with, it's t. o expensive for the rate he is paying, and, moreover, it is already en gaged by a regular patron, who will be in tonight i'r ;m Memphis. It's goou policy to send an a: tor who is going to shift to a line room first, and then if lie kicks about his titiai ters later on I can ask him why he didn't stay where I put him at first, of . oii. se. the big stars and tin-toppers consider themselves above supt rstition. and gen -rally stay PARALYSIS KAY COME FROM WEAK NERVES. rara.ysls. Partial t rara!yBia tint L.ocu- mittnr Ataxia aa - d i rt e a a e n L,f th I nrv-H an.l ti(r- ! conie as & i J j: f overwork or over- tsterl nt-n"s. ' Thera ai aloav4 , watMi-itf yirpto-ns ! lo ifll one of th i C'minir tianiTt-r. th n o r e Important of i whlph at-; der;tlv i hoarirvc and throb- I rinK in eaj-s tFit. 1 defective viFk.n at.i -twHchinif of vyciidn 'Kip. diordrd ! dip-ation ana sor. nMs of i t ) m c h H'i?. 3i. ihvnc cf kn-j-rk ( Fig. A), pains atone vhlas I y.K. 6, rina tn t.vt I O-'Ik. 6. An)Lhrr vry Important! pynif-iom i ratj-Ka- I tiun or flntteriiiK cf I lioart and pain 1b J It-ft side ijf. i). I If yoii su?Tr w'.th any f tliese ?yinpton- then you nM-d lii'DYAN. Ht'l'YAX wttl cur ( yu. bfraiMf ill'iVA' Kivts PtreiiPth htid tone t to the iw-rvfh and nenv-centiT. iiL'DVAN la nattiro'y i:erve and tin-uc liiiiider. j If you take ltl"iVAN. ymr foars of danfr will R-.in f rt!ii-)V.-d. fi:r lii'DYAN will nvU i yon like a iit-w Ik-Ius. Hl'IiVAN frlven a! n-rier. ed in peti's to th clr ulai!on rd n- ! rich's th Mfnid. and tn;iar.? hfaltn a:.d I ftier-Kth the entire aystPm. 115'OYAX uri- j tht hloi.d. a::d if a Sfn;l laxntive. 11L'1- i VAN pptaohsh s a jicrfect rtiffrxtiun. ll.T'PYAN Is fcr sale by druusists S0o pa4-kaj;e. or r:x pakagea for ?2 jO. t If yi-ur riruccist ilo- not kop HUDTAN , nd lirert to the HITiYAX REMEDY COM- I PANY. corner StocUton, Ellia and Market streets, San Francisco, Cal. Consult the HTJDYAN Doctors ' Charge I j About Your Case, Free Of Call or Writ. ,u'Slj them Vi- yon ! he i-x in., .uic s of id r; own W'tils. .htt ninil nt h tslrti with iidU' al,t..r I'uiii.m I'iaiiis.'' Hiid ymir m 8Mr(.s on the liu-k. -;J WKfiKiC iAS sud . - SALINE KS;iNF. CO., ii Ai'J S. V. lioiik-vaid. K S Cll'Y, MU. PHOENIX FUOHDRK ii3 to n7 North N. P. McCALLUM, If f 1 i ! j j Without Beinj Pumped, jL j ' 0bi'vrr:S3!Mrv itsr'-r&VW-'t-t':iit rum pins vJTTr TJTTC Hauls. We'll g -.-. 2Z4X? . .Sr i WI- not only tell Jg I - ' r. r Machinery, Supplies and Castings., Machinerv of all lei ids Built and Renslt'Ad- The New Chicap Restaurant, 20anfo Si House?trCt' Everything new in the house. A Brand Oysters, S5 cents half docen, a33' style. Short orrtnre from 5:30 a. m. to 4 p. m. Dinner from 4 to S:30 p. m. Chicken dinner and Ice cream PVPrv Tl'o'hf 91 TneaTc f.,. . 1 rA TVu ,-p.iil 'Kit mn'o Ipa errei l-n KimdnV dinner ' J1. ll" j WELT PS! Will PS! WHIPS! The best assortment in Phoenix of BU and HIDING WHIPS. BAIT.' iRKS AND LAP DUSTERS. HuRSE BLANKETS. SADDLERY of all descriptions. Cor. Adams Street and Firsc Avanue, fOliNDRY AND HOSES HUGHES, TAKE THE WABASH ROUTE FROM KANSAS CITY, ST. LOUIS or CHICAGO WITH THROUGH CAR SERVICE TO BUFFALO, NEW YORK and BOSTON VIA NIAGARA p ' 1 m Stop off of ten doys allowed on all tickets nt the Falle. C. S. CRAN'i, (J. P. Agt. ROSS C. CL1NE P. C. P. A., St. Louis. Ho. Loe Angeles, Cat where ihey are placed, but it's a pretty safe rule to follow with the rank and file." AN EXAMPLE OF PROVIDENCE. "De ways er Providence is s! range, en fas' findin' out," said Brother Dickey. "We'n you put yo' han' ir , Providence, he ain't dar at all, an' we'rr you ain't expectin' er him heah he come en upset all yo' plans! Take de new preacher, fer instunee: Dar wuk tils one member outside de for, en he? ; work v, id 'im day en night: week in en out, 'twell he got 'im: w'en, lo en be no I.' whilst dey wuz standin' wais' deep in de middle er de water a alligator come 'long en swallered de preacher hymn book en all! Well, de congrega lir.ii say 'twuz so intended by Provi dence, en dat de 'gator would coine.ter ian" en give de preacher up, des lak' de whule did Jonah: so dey wait roun" three days en three nights: but de 'gaior so enjoy tie preacher, en feel s good over 'im, dat he never showed U at all! Hit wuz Providence ez I tek I it, but it wuz too much Providence fer ! tint preacher!" Atlanta Constitution. It joa respect honest quality inbeer.show yonr appreciation by placing npon your table The - St . Famouj ABC- Bohemian It has age and body. It is delicious and pure. Unlike other beers It is not only'nnsnrpassed bnt UNEQUALLED. Brewed and. bottled ia St. Louis by The Amer- i Ican Krewinc Co. ORDER OP LOUIS MEIXZEIt. Whnleaale Dealp.r. Fhocnix. Artx. jf - Steal Pennyroyal If satmeni J 1-t .lis ovisr.nm nndonly H-.riNl 11, f Br.,.i ar.d reliiihle care on the mr-u-sj-k f. l'ricp. $1.IIU; ecnt oy iimiU V-eusiuo sold only by PEN I,. HEAR, Pole Agent. 11S and 120 K. Washington St.. Phoenix. Ariz. 1 k.-ylttiiinVS CSU6SIS7... fur a r.eecri7..ir c:rru'r r.?nr:nf It. Nu:-raun's Giiil:,: i.'cahh cps'.as" LL jr-iTEHEST YOU Mines for Sale. A snecinlty mad of iluvt' OVi d prniicrli"? in ! mi I ! propertH are j mltiO ! n "olicitrd Mxi(! aiut lh.; .conthwe.-.t. fio.l mill'.' itud wanlf.l. l!otm K.Ie rorrepiinn ovvi,ers, va itul inis itnrl :nvesi- K. E. RUNKI.F, Mlnirar Brokt r. ami MACHINE WORKS Second Street. Proprietor. first - class meal for 2a cents. Eagle r C) LJ-A-Pv , bUO tfc CAJ. iiiiimhh .......-. .i J ', CART. TEAM, LASH, LOADED m Si Mi It 1 ml m CAPITAL HARNESS SHOP MAC!IIE SHOP. Prop F. O. BOX 48S. II I.KI Hlll 67.