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TllB AKIZOKA KE1UBL10AN: WEDNESDAY MOBMKU. NOY-EMBEIT 29, -890..
6 Good Wheels at Low Prices! ! We have a few OHIO and FAMOUS Bicycles, which must be sold to make room for 10 OO stock. .. These are the best medium-price wheels on the market. They are listed at $35.00, To clear them up will take $25.00 THE BICYCLE STORE 777777777777 Tcmpc ancl Mesa. 4 Willi 1 M klHlL y J TEH PE. Mayor Knight yesterday reteivtd a, telegram from Air. Weeks, repr. s -nta-tive of Sturtevant. which says that he will be in Tempi next week with a full force of men to start work on the water works system. Jlr. I. V. Stewart was in town last evening. Stacy Peiin is building an addition to his residence on Eisrhth street. Mrs. ('. T. Hughes and daufrhter Mi s Alary, returned yesterday from an ex- I tended visit in Arkansas. I John XIcLean, the Temp? tinner, was I a business caller in Phoenix l .st night. I Captain Wickham of the India!-. ! school cadets was in Tempe last nifiiit ! interviewing Captain Irish about iho cariiivril drill arrangements. ! Fisher Bailey has returned from Oak reek and will spend the winter in Ternpe. XIr. E. '. Washington, the Glendu'e , blacksmith, and wife were visbors in Mrs. Ben Cummings. Miss Ella Hauxhurst. one of the young lady graduates of the normal last year, was a visitor in Tempe last night. Dwight B. Heard of Piioenix was a business visitor in Temoe vesterdav. W. J. Birohcll has a fine display- of i dressed turkeys for tomorrow s roast, i Just a glimpse into his shop will make your mouth water. The ladies of the XI. E. church, south, are expectiig a big crowd to their sup per in Ben Cummings' confecti'-nei-y store. EeRoy Hill was a business caller in Phoenix yesterday. i The W. of w. lodge will have an im- portant. meeting tonight and all its members are requested to he pros nt foe important busings . The brick work on the Khorig si ho ! "house is linisheU and the carp-nteis are busy on the wood work. Dr. Wilson of Phoenix, formerly of this place, was a caller in Temce yes terday. TC. J. Vincent is putting in eighty acres of alkali land south town. When this kind of land is nrop-rly farmed it makes the very best alfalfa I land, and Xlr. Vincent knows how t j farm it. The train that will tak the base ba!': I ;md foot bull teams with th-ir router. j from Tempe to Tues.m have- t might , at :2 will lay over at XIaricopa and in the morning- will reach Tucson f'"" i lri akfast. lien Cummings ha? opeie-d th- glass ou or on the north fide of the front an i has a fine display of fresh l'rutis i.i its P'.ace. There will be no school at the nor mal after today until next Tm-s lav. Monday will be a hoiiday for the stu dents to go to t!ie carnival. The nor mal cadets will take part in the parad p.nd are to participate in the competi tive drill, and will lie one of the com panies 'o take part ia the battle of "'San Juan Hill." MESA. Tom Jensen was bvsin. ss vi-itiir in Mesa yesterday. It. V. Weston paid .Mi-s t a bt visit yesterday. W. E. Point-roy visited Ti-mi Phoenix on business .vcst'-i'd '.y. Plast rers are at v.mk on th - and ii:s b of th.- Code building and it will sooa it-a-.ly for occupancy. A union ThankKi vins service will! be held in the .Methodist chuii fi 1 Thursday evening at 7:"". Rev. J. L. : Ranks, past : if tin- Raplist church. will i n-iM h the sciico.-i. Everybody is Invited to be present. The Baptist and Meihodist hurdles j will unite in a W. C. T. U. metin; Sunday eveiiini; at 7: A pi oirramme will be rendered by Ihe ladies. An ex- j celent lime is a m h-it at, i. i The Zenos -c! company has ju-n receiv- a i:n, lai-u'e snck -f child- ! len s uudeii lothiur, holiday sou ls, iiovelti'-i? and trimniiTips. Call and in spect them. Mr. E. Olscn paid M -sa a bJf-iness visit yesterday. Joseph Rogers. A Hunsak--r and Jus tice Pomeroy s!url--d st'-rday up Salt' river on an outiim. Iiif tiiet .:inin. y T. II. I'iai nisui of Phoeiiix made Mes.i a pi -asant busi ness visit yesterday. W. A. KImba'i return -d from th W. A. BOLTON WRITES FIRE INSURANCES BACKED 6Y $0,0G0.CC0 ASSETS. Tempe Cans'. Wafer for Rent POMEROY BROS. REAL ESTATE LOANS AND INSURANCE FOR SALE. -Brick House four rooms finely FINISHED and lot. In desir able location, Mesa City. Terms easy. Desirable city lots and country prop erty in tracts from 5 to K,0 acres. MSA, ARIZONA. THE PHOENIX BICYCLE CIVES ITS THDER. EN'TI RE SATISFACTION. C. 1. DORROWDAL1-:. Agent. jw oik camp ,n the Ray road yeste.-div. He reports fine proj-.ress. They are n w within three-quarters of a mil from the summit v.t the divide. Hutwy Harper says with twenty men lie carl finish the road to Kay in ty. nty days. Tiiere are at pre.: nt but .-' veil men at work on the road, but they have made a sph ndid showing. Kehif.'i Tcmi nts lelt .Mi s:i dill Ins 'h day and the last shadow of doubt about the "Hl ruction of the road no longer -inis. Tile expedition met with vi'.fy work from Pinal to Hell (late, as repairs on'y were need. d. A. Jle.l Gate it was thought liii't m pry out a hup- boulder that had found its way in the lieu" if the wash an i eY. era -:liy blocked the narrow passage. The o!d reliable way, however, uas brought into p'ay and the obstruction was Mown to piecis with dynamite. Wh-n Mr. Kimball left for M.sn Monday I moinin.e; the imn had reached tlte foot I of the first divide and were within six I mil' s of Ray. Four miles of this six I the road will have to be built. Liming Mr. Kimball's, absence W. ' H. fob- has had a sol -.rteri; J ion Us! ia ! charge with the follow inn result-: M-a 'XV is. I'imun. 2: H. Coie. 2t: ;.. I W. Collirs. 5 he J. D. Robertson. ; George A. Xlauk. Jo- i. f. Bullock. Phil M-.-ts. S 1 0 ; Sie Allison. Charhs Wing. J5: W. M. Gilbert. : John An-ih-rf-on. $".: Harnett & Wingar. John X .Tone. $5: A. .1. Chandhr. Ml: V-.". H. .If.'ji!ou"h, jr.: Chi.ries Peter son, it-): H. L. Chandier. William Newell. n. c Hrir.z e. $5: C. lton. John Ci K. ,1 B i:. H. ; I- Deihl. ::.: f. F. mau. ?.".: F. Curssin. Pilchard. E. D. ' $::: Mrs. A. look. $.1: J. Drain, $": Jesse Pierce, 5": D. unn-.an. .?:;: William Chrisman, ; W. J.uies. V- ' It will !- noticed that the maor P r i ti-ni of these subscriV'iior.s are fma.l. I W. A. Kimbail. H. ". Kales and W. jj. KeKa-on are out with another su' 'wription list. w hi-. h will be publish 1 las it grows. Tin- individual efforts "1 Ml lie receiving llign coaipo- nteiits and the subscriptions on his us. indicate a spirit, the signifn a r.c of which will surprise tre S.-.lt River val- ! b rhe day is not far distant w ilea peopie will won.!.!- that they ever termed :. pr.. posed wagon road a ch s nut. . o TELL Tdl'It SISTER A beautiful complexion is an impossi bility without good pure Idood. the sort that only exists connection j with good dig-stion. a healthy liver ! and bowels. Karl's clover Root Tea a t diwlly on the bowels, liver and kidneys, ko ping them in perfect health. Pi ice " cents and Z0 cents. Dr. G. II. Kcefer. Druggist. "PLEASE PASS THE D UTTER." A prominent New York railroad man, who is noted for pood stories, tells th'i following: "A brakcnuin on our line had a mor, We? th s vacation. lie had never been t, and flecid-'d on a trip to the i j Rocky Mountains, for which we for i nished him with passe:;. "The man went out to Deny.-:-, ar.-1 i there mi t a number of his trit-n is at ' work on one of the western roads. Th : entertained him nicely, and whr-n h--.was departing made him a present ..f a ! larse ficat. 1 "Our man was at a loss to kn...v imu to fi-.t the animal home with hhn. as I the expr -.-s c-harLrt s t New York wei : ! v.-ry beavy. Aft- r puzziine; fo:- om-. j.time. and cons'iliim; with his fricno:-. : he made out a shi;e-i!tj; tav and tieii j i to the horns .f th- jroat. 'I'lu-n he pi i s -nted the animal at the otlice of a J stock-car line. Tic- t.iz --re a led a :; vd ideal of iitu n.-l amuiie; the stuck m -n. 1 wiio Sent for th - niauaer i,f th - . 'iiii- !a:iy. This was I h ins-rfpi ina v- 'ri- h 1 lie found on tic lilR: ! PLEASE I'ASS THE IM'TTER, Jam's R. McKeiina, I h-akema n. N w ""i'im k. !)-. si uiiosuul thintr.' Th'-! la btir--t out lit." he sail, -pass th- said the latiBhinv. butt-.r. 'AM li: ILLFSTRATKiN. I live in a furnished rm.tn liuus.- f--r lifrht iio;::--.eke- pi .- in this t-lt md as i;It Si - l ny fu!iii- siitht. i-eoiiy iu:e of the roomers car.-.e home just as I had entered the ha!'. and seehiir th.at 1:. was tdUd with th- creie l invself b :clc "oh. be j fii!." I or t he p;:;ir a y. The '.a'! l.e-ht w s- e him. !? took :hem ia bis bi:,'h ton.-.l his coal, la: :is hih and 1 cou! 1 off ids siloes and put hat. Then he but- l blllti.n to the top. , and made a dive f ir th. i J-.tst a: thi? juncture X stair railing. -. Jasson ap- , p. -;l-i! and litis follow . d : M-s. Ji!-,";sir. YVhv. John. v. h r have yea i.een and what havi- -oii beei liointi'.' (': itte ; n explanation. J;i-:-snn 'Si'lt; -.'.asliun's ipiiie urtn'. haiy. my d ,ir: di-rnonstrashuns s-Jt" : lit. f '!-.il:r-Ieii i. ia intpjircr. 9 LUNCHES at CUMMINGS' spjZ? Z r5?ui' -r 2-.Sj POPULAR WANTS Advertisements under this head one-half cent a word each insertion. No advertisement taken for less than twentr-fi v centa. WANTED A ond avenue. cook, ai ;m North WANTED A compel ent offic ii est be a stenographer. En:: -V,. man. Address I- !: SAKE A f.r.ai I'.' ted no. Call at 1'h.x n!x. between morning." rstaurai: 41 North and 10 FOR SALE paying but dress. I;. I -v me ines: .. ti: -half i:il -tyst :; small c.ip:'. Is Olli: e. Ff'R RENT Nice room. fii'-r.ish two entiemen. or la ti s. I' family. No other roo-.r.e; s. shed and s:able: use of b uh: h location. Will also rent for " houKckiopiilg. No objection to ren. Addnss X. I... this oMi.e. 0. for a I to od tlihy light ( hil 1- WANTED Firs Apply. Temp. pany. Tempe. brick maker. Pro iue - t'om- M 'H KYSANTHEMCMS large (luantiiies tan 7-t'j North rourth stn in small b obtained :t. WANTED At on e. girl to do staiis work and wait on table, lily at Hayden-s, North Seven:! cn-je. up-Ap-av- 1-')K SAKE Will ox & Gibbs' Im proved Automatic Sewing Machine at great reduction, Good as new. Ad "dress P. i. Pox 4ss, or call l'.'TO West Adams street. FOR SAT.E Points. F taurant. Small iufor restaurant mation tall at Five at res- FOR RENT Latest improved Sewing Machines rent-d week. 4'i7 East Washington. Sir. liv the ! FURNISHED ROOMS ooposite court house, crate: best locution ir parades. Grand Prices eii ti View, rnud- FOR S. KE niattivss. -An App antique oak b.-d and y CD West Jefferson. I and 2i: j LEAVE orders for houser-ieaning work of all kinds at Labor Otlice. West Washington. N. 1'. Val tine. 113 W st J -ff.-rson. MONEY si to ::: to lo ", at an i No ;my amount from North First Ave. VANTED A position as cook at camp, by young man of experier J. A. I'uniy. Phoenix'. Arizona. WANTED An experienced woman or man for general housework. Apply mornings at 214 East an Buren St. GENTKEMAN and wife want room and board for the wintt-r; private family preferred: there rmist be no invalids. State price per momh and i luil particulars. Address Uox 1 ,, cate j Republican. i. l.b.u.x anil wile would Hue room and board on a ram-n near Phoenix. Slat - price per mottta an I particulars. Address . Box '5. tarn Republican. WANTED or clerk. -A position as bo Ukep -r Address C. R. M. ;ot EASTERN RELGIAN HARES My Belgian bar. s are purchased from th -eelebi-ated breeder, G. J. Flansburr. South Rethl-hem. New York. "i:i sell one breeding doe and burk s": four breeding do:s and buck. !'. William Graff, one-lialf r.ii'e south east of asylum. MRS. M. A. SIEGRIST has reopened her business as a phrenologist and palmist reader, at room 7 Steineiie--buildin-r. South First avenue. FOR PALE One -rood horse T ; old: one f'rcs-eenl bicycle in class condition. Call at I' Grotto. a:-- t- -.eifie : LOST A gold watch, somewhere on West Wa?hinprton street. Case No ir.nnoraiii on -a.--e. "H. A. "' Finder return to i;e;,ublic::n ollic and cet rev.ard. Fllf-ON'AL .Mis? lir.ttie Kerry, s -i"n-tiiic iia'niist, will Kive fifteen minute leadings at her heme for 27, cents. 1 !;". South Stc.in l street, corner .Md iw.n. WAXTFD A thi for gen wo! k. at til Nona First ral house avenue. V.'OOK Fi-R SALE If you want cor.t'-act for a winter's supply at reaoaable pi-ice I'd- cord, call The i: -p'.:blie;.n oilh-e. No time lose. PLEASANT, sunny morn house, by the day or board if desired. I Mi a East Washington street. in private -eek, witli line, pns i WANTED A Cirl k. 2 for ilishwa; North S. hing an-' cond av- hambe en tie. Nf T ICE I will not be responsi!:!-. for in y .T. a y writt' bills -n ord. i-ontrai ted r. J. v. ithout HARRE! RICHMOND Seiling. Sel I'LACE'" Lots are now elect on early and avoid Owner. C R. Richmond, ''' the rush. Vest Washiiitjioii ireet. -'d " 1 T E of roon s, a s . nisheii, with buar-.l. Street. fie rooms, fur I W est Adams 1 J'..;-. -. I C oJ-....'.i. n. t re s of (i; :ri-. L3 . I- - r. : xr.o ArTCc! i tuOMr.-iirsnf I . ! it mi:it-i:ie fTT1' If-". "t r-rf.r.-.,-i'-r?i:iniJ rettor'-r JZ, , ? titiai--iW S.JoW 0 ! tJ Vitiuisi..r.l.pr.a-rik. M': f r- 5 te no! a tuuiom i r:-ea p:.;u. i:.n,v.-iil cui.tiycureMwnf all ner- e I -w. - ..-l J- 1 .ii.-.j.. .e.-ii:i::i r.luihilu.'i. ,,evii!!n llf-Mitv. '1 i:e rr:-.L-e !:,:' ";its :. nt ;e.t c':t tv iiecorji is Ik-cjuic ninety per cent are tronblerl wl!h Proi.-i; If i1.. i "T'l.'i Ti:; .V ; : is th- o:M y knew ii r;-m'-i!;.- Iti cure wiuiotu u iiperarinn. &iOlistimoni r A v.-Tit: a r't-r-e't'-'- rin-n r;pn mnner rcmrtied if six bT-R ifH s not, ellucl a 1-erim.nc-lil cure. ilxOa fc-iT, t.i- f--r - t '- ti" itc.l. Si-tii! eir KKrl.cin-uiraml u-siiaiuniali AJdrciti BAVO'j t::i!C!M", CO.. I". O. Boi 2i76, 6an Francisco. CiL ForSalt l-j REN L. ISL'AIt, Sob' Ai nt, 113 and 1-9 FOR RENT Newly furnished rooms, at the Alamo, 27 East Monroe. BELGIAN HARES The pioneer rab bitry, located one mile northwest of Mesa, Arizona. The finest stock of Belgian hares in the territory, select ed from some of the best strains in Los Angeles, Cal. Some fine young stock for sale. ROSS z. DAVIS. FOR RENT Five bail:: furnished. Fourth avenue. room house and Apply ill North WANTED A woman to take care of baby and help about house. Apply this morning, S43 East Monroe, side gate. FURNISHED and unfurnished houses for rent.- J. Ernest Walker, real es tate, insurance, loans. No. 2G 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. ELEGANTLY furnished rooms, single or en suite, with board, in private house: piano, bath, telephone, etc.; everything strictly first-class. Mrs. E. S. Gill. i;,4S East Washington street, on car line. WANTED People to know the Cap itol express transfers trunks to any part of the city for 23 cents each. Of fice ",2 West Washington. Telephone HO. Charley Jones, proprietor. FOR SAL lo in alfalfa house: all or address -1C0 acres of land; 120 acres balance in gniin; small fenced: easy terms. Call J. W. Walker. A-N J r-D Immediately, first-class maker. Must he thoroughly compe tent and a rapid worker. None other need apply. Scofield's Millinery Store. FOR SALE Saddle Third street. horse. 14S South WANTED A man with teams to con- tract for hauling wood from Buckeye country. Steady job. Address R., Republican office. j WANTED A good Chinese cook for private family. Must be good natured and handy. Address C. Z., Republi can, t I WANTED To sell a few- White I Brahma pullets and Cockerells at $8 per dozen. Pemberton ranch, two I and a half miles northeast town. Cave ! i 'reek road. , i Fill: SALE One lady's bicycle in first- ' class shal-e. Tnouire nt Cbn mberi.i in j Lumber Co. FOR RENT Four-room brick in good location. See E. E. Pascoe, 7 South First avenue. MONEY t" loan on city and ranch property at low rates of interest. Se curities bought: houses built to suit i r'-irehr.st r. on payments. PEICE-CRE1GIITON & Cx, Fleming Ruilding. WANTED Widow would like posi tion as housekeeper for widower or small family. Address Box 13, this office. FOR RENT Three for housekeeping. Third avenue. or four nice rooms North Call 500 FOR SALE Barber shop, good busi ness and fine locality. 112 East Washington. Frank Fenenato. FOIt RENT Larse -comrortably fur nished front room. 473 North Fifth avenue. FOR RENT Large, sunny room, nice ly furnished: suitable for man and v ife; two ladies, or two gentlemen. I No invalids, no children. 345 West JladK-on Street. COMFORTABLE furnished house for i rent. Zli East Washington Street. (URL WANTI-.L- For general house work, in the suburbs near the ear lir.e. Address C, Republican ollice. WANTED Carriers: must be fifteen years old and have horse or wheel. I'ay good wages. Apply Republican office between 4 and i o'clock. FOR RENT Furnished rooms; tran- j Fients accommodated. Adams street, between Center and First streets. The Anderson house. ?i RS. CI 'ERY. -!-.irvo.vsir.t and "life", read- r. ( ibeession removed, tobacco, morphine, opium habits cured. All diseases successfully tvea'.e 1. Room 37, ( 'niton block. OIJAIN lands f..r rent. Half section under the Salt River Valley canal, v, itii water furnished. Arizona Water Co.. O'Neill building. Fuit SALE Cheap. Morgan & Howe's coffee and tea canisters, coffee mill and motor. Apply to Kessler-Boyle Ciocery Co. STRANG ETiS welcome at the Intelli gence office to free city list of fur nished or unfurnished houses and ioo:t!S. suites for housekeeping, city or country board. 32 North First avenue. TO RENT A desirable residence, quire fjW North Fourth avenue. In- ri t.jIarry, l.jtiiatw i'r:.:-i, Varirovle ai ! : a:J ix s !-y rln-.- i,r lnht. i'ri'Vfnis tiii-fc- t.j-.i i, imt rl;c. to .;rerm.-ilorrtia'nil Jrapoie'ir- "l l l'iay.Tir.cUmnA Ui.ol.ver. Uia ttriu-i.-v 'Ctrt.t-.r.ot i. imr.nrilicA. :nal weak ev-jl:s. K. AVashington SL, I'hoeuix, Arizona. FOR RENT Large, finely furnished suite of rooms. Other rooms. Elec tric lights, telephone, hot and cold baths, first-class in every respect. Apply at Occidental, opposite Hotel Adams. 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 $ti00. 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. COUNTRY BOARD Clarke's Country Tavern, 13th Ave. and Yuma road, three blocks from car line, with board, runing water, porcelain bath, parlor, lawris, stable and good home cook ing. WANTED Twenty acres unimproved under Grand canal, and tuenty acres with house, under Grand or Maricopa, as soon as possible. W. J. Murphy. First avenue and Adams street . FOR SALE The Hotel Oasis at Glendale, Ariz. Price cheap. Terms to suit buyer. Address Owner, Box 21. Glendale. FOR SALE Eighty acres of land five miles from Phoenix, a snap for cash. Call at office and be surprised at the low price. W. J. Murphy, First av enue and Adams street. LOS ANGELES MONEY TO LOAN for building or on improved city property at LOW RATES of interest, on a new plan. Interest decreases as you pay. Loans repayable at any time. Address D. XI. Cuthbert, Phoenix. UNTIL further notice KILROY'S NEW PALESTINE will offer lots, EOxl'30, on 2ND, 3RD, 4TII. 5TK, STH and 7TH AVENUES, all within from 5 to S blocks from COURT HOUSE (the PHOENIX COURT HOUSE IS LOCATED IN THE VERY HEART of THE CITY"S BUSINESS CEN TER), at prices that will insure their immediate sale, viz.: at $100 each. THIS ADDITION IS THE ONLY ONE IN OR TO THE CITY OF PHOENIX THAT HAS SANITARY SEWERAGE. It3 assessed value, city, county- rnd territory, for 1S9S-9 Is over J2S.0OO, which, to the posted man, is conclusive evidence as to its Value. The first purchasers wiil have the choice. Phoenix Curbstone Brok ers and Commission Men are not al lowed to handle our properties. Room 3'6 Fleming Biock. (Take elevator.) NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Florence Ectter Walke.-, deceased. Noiiee is hereby Riven by thi undersigned AdminiFtrxtur oi tue esi;e of Ffireuee Km her Waiker. deceaserl. to liie cre.iilors ot ami nil persons havinc chiiius aaiiui tlte suM cieeen-eit. to exhibit tiiem, wilh the necesMiry voiicners, within lour months niter the lirs't publication oi this njti. e to the snid A.lmiuis trator at his ofiiee, -Si Souih second Avenue. l'hO:-tiix. Arizoua. the sume bein the iiia.-e for the tmnsHi-tion of the tmsiuoss of said ' estate, in said County of Mnrn-oiia. J. KCXtiT WALKER. Administrator of FJortuee Esther Walker, deceased. Iated at Phor-nix this U;h day of November, Lvja PKOI'OiAD FOIt W.TEU AND &E'ER SY-V1KMS, arlneot of tno Ictt-ricr. Uilice f Indian tlsirH. afridliptt.r, i. . November 1. l.V.". s?aled FnijH-.eals. enilorw-d "Froposalfl for Water and -Sew .r bjst"in. Mojave,'' and a.ii?r--Ky.i to tr.et ommisiooer of lad. an Affairs, W8hinton. 1. .;.. will l received at the In dian Office anti! t-v oV'ock d. m., of Tiisdny, ii-i-eml'r 1J. jsri'.t, for fiuiii-hinu and deliver ine file iu-i'".sry materials and miinr leeulrcil to t-onstruit aud complete a ivalcr and "sewiir sv-tem at the Fort V.oiaw Indian Seliool. A. I T., in strict ac-ordaurej with plnns and sr.eii ! fu-ations and inst-uctioiis !o bidders, vhieh ! may be examined a tlifs (i"ii-e, ;ne oilices : of the "i:;iPonicjCt. ;;aa Fiancisco. 'al.. ihe '-Tiine.' l.os Aejreie!, ."at., the rtzona Uc I puhiican," t'iiocnix, a T.,tne Iuiti-ers' and . Traders ExchftD-'e. 'Imaha. el., the North- weslern Manal'i..turer-' Assot-iation, !3t. i'aui, Minn., and the school. I 'Tor further information, api-ly lo John J. McKoin. Sunerintcadeut I". S. Ii-iiim School, Fort Mojave, A. T. W. A. .TONES', t'oinmibsiouer. PROPOSALS FOP ?C'TOOI. tfn.niN'GS AND SEWER AX1 WATER SYSTEMS. Department of ihe Interior. Oflice of ladi-m Affairs. Wash ington, D. C , November s, n,4i. M.-aled T-r-o-posals. endorsed -'Proposals f.,r School huil t ing. r .Se-i-r and Waier Systems, N'avajc Agency," as the ct.se may be, u-d addressed to the Coinruissiom-r of indiaa Affairs'. Washing ton, D C wiil be rircelve.l at this tlllk- until two o'clock, p m , of Tiiursiliiy. I'ecember 7. ltiti. for furnishing and dehve'riiig the neces sary materials f no lalwr required in the con struction and completion at Hie Navajo School of a brick dermitory and seu-er sysTeu; and at the Lihle Water school o: one :ideie Ooruiitory builiiine and sewer and waler sv-t.-m. In sirict l ai-coriiani-t- with the plans, specifications and Iiu-lnictions lo bi -ders, h icu may b? exam ined at this O iice. ihe S. Indian Warehouse. 2X Jo-- nsiin Street . Ch U-nstt, lib, I ii? HuiMers' I .v Trailers' Kx-chanee. uiahft, Neb,, the Nortli- western Manufacturers' Association. St. i'anl. i Minn., the Ulliceof the "Arizona liepalitican"' ! of Ph.icuix. A. T., the "Times." Los Angeles. Ii.al, lli --Citizen." Albuqueriitie, N JI., ahd jut the Navajo Agency. i For any aaditiunal information aVpIy to tiiis Otiiee or lo (o-o. W. linyziett, L". ti. Indian I Agent, i-'ort Ileliance, A. T. i W. A. JONE3, i Coiiiinissioner i THE CALIFORNIA LIMITED. On the Santa Fe. is now- in service for the seasttn. and Phoenix people will appreciate the convenient hour this palatial train passes Ash Fork 10:3 a. m. and passengrers can make connec tions with same by leaving Phoenix via the S. F. p. & P. at 8:39 p. m. (city time) any Sunday. Tuesday. Thursday or Saturday. Get full information at city ticket office, 44 West Washington Street. E. W. GILLETT. General Agent. The eastbound Limited will leave Lob Angeles on the same day that the westbound leaves Chi cago, but ths exact leaving time has not yet been definitely fixed, but will be announced soon. This train will carry nothing but Pullman palac cars of thi? latest make and style and will be the most completely equipped and up-to-date trans-continental train in America. Th S. F. P. & P. p.ople are endeavoring to have arrangements made so that the eastbound Limited will make close connections at Ash Fork to accommodate the Phoenix peo ple. The Santa Fe route California L!m- : ited will be resumed for the season of 1S99-1900 on November 7. There will b? four trains each way a week, instead of three trains as heretofore. The Lim ited will leave Chicago every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 p. m., running on about the same schedule as last season, passing Ash Fork about midnight of Fridays, Sat urdays, Sundays and Tuesdays, reach ing Los Angeles at 1:50 p. m. SOUTH SIDE BUSINESS DIRECTORY Restaurant, Oyster House and Bar Room The Commercial Traveler and Cattle Buyers' Headquarters PRIVATE FAMILY' ROOMS. ONLY FIRST- CLASS GOODS AT THE BAR. HENRY G. FRISCH. A.J i WHEAT, BARLEY, ALFALFA, GRAIN HAY Am,J CEREALS. Special prices on large contracts. Co rrespoi) dance solicited TT TT-J A SHAEE OF YOtJK PATRONAGE. " ' m 1 -' Our store is well stocked with new drugs. BJuiOA-PWA-Y & aXQEUR. - - Tempe. .THE TEMPE THE BEST MEALS IN TOWN. New, first-class cook. Everything In new style. Meal ticket, $4.50. HON SEEK, Proprietor. j Tempe. - - Arizona NEW SNGEHENJ. New S-srvice and Newly Arranged and Equipped Throughout, The Best Mal in the City 25c. Board by the Week frJSQ. TOUM SOUNG. Proprletor. The Farmers' Exchange. BROWN SHOES. WORLD BEATERS BOYS' CLOTHiNG. Hats and Caps at REDUCED PRICES MESA, ARIZONA. The Atmosphere of Mesa is Hijh, Dry and Pure. Affords special accommodations for Winter Tourists and the Traveling Public. Is the largest "nd best in the valley outside of Phoenix. tV First-Class Feed F able In Conner . with hot;'. Horses boarded by day. week or month W. M. Gilbert, Real Estate Agent, FOR SALE Forty acres of land with I 1-4 Mesa water shares. Sixty stands of bees. Office in Code & Salter Building-, Mesa, Arizona. JOHN X. JONES, Boot and Shoemaker, AND REPAIRING AT LIVING PRICES. Cuber's "Corner, Mesa, Arizona Alhambra Dining Near Alhamhra Hotel Ceater of Block. At 8UGHANAN DESERT WE LI floRIngVeEcanSoTe? HY Grain, ftJaaSs and lodging, The Zenos Co0p ihctr Line of Boys' and Genls' TEf1P-MESA PRODUCE: CO., j TOP WnnfPil ES3S ! PRICes. "tllll&J PIONEER MEAT MARKET, j Tempo and East Tempe. ;City and Country CHOICEST MEATS. ! Delivery. J- TOOTHSOME POULTRY. j Wj Propose to Satisfy You. THEO. NICHOLAS, JR., Prop. V'. FOOLING WITH LIVE WIRES j ! is dangerous, but there is no danger in using Electricity in your house if the system is properly installed. AVe under j stand the application of i ELECTRICITY 1 for Home, Oice. Fa tory or Farm, and are prepared to supply ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES for any purpose. ARIZONA ELECTRICAL CO. Pliouc 182 (ttrin-s) 17 South First Ave. Y- B. NORKiSi Proprietor. Tcmpc, Arizona VHOLCSALC DCALCB IN RESTAURANT- HE HOTEL KIMBALL Room, a on the South. S'iic MRS. w. B. BARBOUR, Proprietress. Store. FALL AND WINTER GOODS of All Kinds Suits are the most complete in town Tf mpr, Arizona. Chickens, Turkeys. Must Have Them. The Palace, jeiRSCSFELD & PERKINS; ' !-uoruiv.Toiw. I j IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC Wines, Liquors and Cigars PHOENIX, ARIZONA. E. T. HAWKINS, --I1EALEK IX Groceries aad General Merchandise. j Snoi'iHl atlrntion given to H) fihiproenti . of Hay in oar lots. j GLENDALE, ARIZONA. J. W. BIRCHELL. MARKET. - Fine Meats, Fresh Vegetables. TEMPE, ARIZONA.