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THE ARIZONA REP UBIiICAN: SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 1899
GUNS FOR RENT
both Hammer
and llcimmerless.
Game is Plentiful
and we have just re
ceived a large and
fresh Consignment
of Ammunition
-AT-
Ezra W.Thayer's
124 and 126 East Washington Street,
127 to 133 East Adams Street.
THE OTHER SIDE
OF ROBERTS CASE
To the Editor of The Republican
Sir: In view of the fact that you have
seen fit to publish much against Hon.
B. H. Roberts and the Mormon church
in behalf of the enemies of the Mor
mon people in general and B. H. Rob
erts in particular, we believe and hope
that you will have the fairness to pub
lish the Mormon side of this contro
versy. B. H. Roberts was not elected
by the church: neither was he defeated
by the church when he ran for the
same office two years prior to his elec
tion, for the church is not in politics.
The mission of the church is to preach
the gospel of Jesus Christ to those that
do not know Him by a living faith: to
convert those that love and makelh a
lie, if we can. We love all mankind
and pray for those that despitefuily
use us. We want peace on earth and
the good will of all of the human fam
ily. There are but few, Mr. Kditor, in
a better position than you to know
that the statements that are being
made by the press in general are false
and without foundation. Let me ask
you if you can tell the public how
many Mormons in Arizona of the thou
sands that live here have married
polygamous wives since they promised
the government that they would stop
this practice about ten years ago. How
many have the grand juries indicted?
Certainly the preachers of the various
churches whose mission seems to be to
act the spy will be able to tell us if
there has been any. This applies to
I'tah as well, for in all this crusade
they have not been able to find one
single case of polygamy that has been
contracted since it b.-'-amo unlawful to
do so; neither can they, because the
Mormon people are a law-abiding peo
ple. Go to the records and tell us the
name of one Mormon of all the thou
sands that have lived in this territory
that has been convicted of murder,
horse or cattle stealing, adultery or
any of the crimes which are so numer
ous as to make it a great burden upon
the taxpayers to prosecute the outlaws
of this territory. And again, just name
one non-Mormon family whose home
has been demoralized by coming in
contact with the Mormon people. Who
is it in this territory that has lived
among the Mormons that does not
know that no member of the church of
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints will
drink strong drinks, not even tea or
coffee or use tobacco? How many
Mormons did you ever find living on
public charity or tramping up and
down through the country? In short,
do the county or territorial officers
ever have any trouble with the Mor
mons? Are they not among the most
progressive home-makers of this terri
tory? Have they not fulfilled the scrip
tures by making the desert to blossom
as a rose? Do not the best and most
Influential people cf Phoenix, Tempe
and surrounding cotntry, with their
wives, sons and daughters, associate
with the Mormon people of Mesa, and
can any one point to one single case
where harm came to them by so do
ing? If so, let them stand up and tell
us who they are. Now this being true,
where is the danger of the purity of
the home? What about the consist
ency of all of this? Where are the
churches, preachers and people that
are trying to run this government by
dictating to congress what it shall do
to Roberts and the Mormon people?
WE ARE SHOWING
A SWELL LINE OF
(Jolf ?aps
IP YOU WANT
THE
Qorreet Jlpii
DON'T FAIL TO
SEE OUR LINE
, TEE HATTER
ri:ainii mock.
7T77
What can B. H. Roberts do alone
against all the hundreds of the
brainiest men of this nation towards
cramming polygamy down the throats
of the American people? Surely the
leaders of this crusade do not give the
people credit of having a little common
sense. They would turn Roberts out of
congress because he supports the wives
that he married before there was any
law against it and gives his children a
name. Where is the person with the
love of God in his or her heart that
would have him do differently? Turn
B. H. Roberts out of congress! I won
der if they will turn Abraham. Jacob,
Moses, David and Solomon out of the
kingdom of heaven when they get
there? Oh! consistency, thou are a
jewel. Oh! Christianity, what hath
not been done in thy name! Oh! Lord
forgive them, for they know not what
they do. J. M. COSBY.
Benson, Ariz., Nov. SO.
o
X. Porter for Saddles and Saddlery
Hardware. 211 Kast Washington Street.
B CK FROM THE EAST
A View of the Political Situation by
a Phoenix Han.
Mr. J. W. Benham returned yester
day from a trip to Washington, D. C,
and other cities of the east. Mr. Ben
ham's trip was purely business, but he
made some observations of a political
nature which has satisfied him that
the democratic party is going to be
badly split on the rock of expansion.
"The" south," said Mr. Benham, "is
overwhelmingly for expansion. The
leading democrats of most of the
southern states are avowed believers
in the administration's policy, and they
reason that the commercial interests
of the south demand the wider trade
relations which this policy assures.
With the democracy of the south solid
for expansion, and the party split in
the north, I cannot understand how
the democratic convention can endorse
anti-expansion."
Mr. Benham hob-nobbed with some
of the leading men of the nation dur
ing his visit to Washington, and he
enjoyed the experience of being thrown
among men who are leaders of
thought and action in the country. He
spent some time in the southern states.
PERSONAL MENTION.
C. Rosenblum of Albuquerque is at
the Commercial.
C. H. Roscoe of Katherin camp is
at the Commercial.
Kate C. DeCrock of Chicago is a
guest of the Ford hotel.
Knox Kinney of New York is regis
tered at the Ford hotel.
W. A. Wilson is in town again, a
guest of the Hotel Adams.
W. J. Carr of Denver is a guest of
the Hotel Adams arriving yesterday.
Herbert Winslow of the United States
army registered at the Ford hotel yes
terday. T. M. Bannon, representing the Chi
cago, Gulf & Southwestern, is at the
Commercial.
Victor B. Bloom of Globe was among
yesterday's arrivals. He is a guest of
the Hotel Adams.
R. T. Randolph of Stamford was
among yesterday's arrivals. He is a
guest of the Ford hotel.
James Smith Brown of Denver, Colo.,
arrived in Phoenix yesterday and is a
guest of the Ford hotel.
Dan A. McAuliffe of Brooklyn ar
rived in Phoenix yesterday and is a
guest of the Ford hotel.
A. D. MeDougall of Wickeuburg ar
rived in the city yesterday and regis
tered at the Commercial.
R. Puffer of Boston was among the
arrivals in Phoenix yesterday. He is
a guest of the Hotel Adams.
H. C. Ludders and family of Phila
delphia arrived in the city yesterday
and are guests of the Hotel Adams.
J. M. Harrington of New Bedford,
Mass., was among yesterday's incom
ing passengers. He is registered at the
Ford hotel.
Mr. H. P. Anewalt, general freight and
passenger agent of the S. F., P & P.
railroad, returned to Prescott on last
night's train.
E. T. Ijams, a business man of Saf
ford, Ariz., was among yesterday's
arrivals from the south. He is a guest
of the Commercial.
Dr. John M. Randolph, who visited
Phoenix some time ago, returned yes
terday with his family and will re
main for the winter. They are at the
Hotel Adams.
James liees and wife, William Jonrs
and wife, J. Tff Carrigan and wife,
Mrs. B. Sanford. Mrs. D. L. Robinson,
Mrs. L. B. Cannon. F. B. Rees and ".
Lee Staley. all of Congress arrived in
the city yesterday and registered at
the Commercial. They came to at
tend the funeral of the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Rees, which will be held today.
o
MORE HYPNOTISM. Professor
Griffith had a good audience again last
night at the Patton Grand, and the en
tertainment was more than usually
mirth provoking. He will give a mati
nee exhibition this afternoon and an
other performance this" evening. If all
goes well there will be a feature in to
night's programme that will add to the
fame of Griffith as a hypnotist as well
as being a novelty in stage work on
this side of the Rockies. His work in
the hypnotizing of Mrs. Mustard for the
performance of a severe surgical oper
ation will to an extent be duplic ated on
the stage. That is. a subject for sur
gical work has agreed to submit to a
public operation and unless he changes
his liiind it will be performed under
hypnotic influences by two local physi
cians. At last night's show he placed
the whole class in a cataleptic condi
tion and piled them up on the stage
like a pyramid of railroad ties and then
climbed on top of them and finished his
little talk in that act. But wonderful
things have become ordinary the last
few days.
KODAK WORKERS.
If you want the best results in ko
dak finishing in tiuick order, take your
films to Mealey, No. 213 East Washing
ton street.
.MAKE THE
" BABY MATS
JtST ARRIVED TODAY FROM 'THE EAST.
THE HIT OF THE SEASON
The "Ne Plus Ultra" of Hat Eleganes. Drop in and SEE THEM.
Mexican Drawn Work, J fTTY TT T Wholesale and Retail.
Indian Baskets. 3001X1). 29"2"
Mexican Opals. East Washington St.
MATTERS OF RECORD.
The following instruments reported
by the Phoenix Title Guaranty and Ab
stract company were filed in the office
of the county recorder yesterday:
Samuel A. Dysart and wife to' Wil
liam C. Sparks, deed to w'j lot 11,
block 3, Brill addition: consideration,
$250.
W. F. Sams and wife to Martin and
Esther Hargrave. deed to lot 22. High
land addition: consideration, $sr0.
Estate of F. W. Gatke to Ellen W.
Wilson, deed in se'4. sec 2, tp 1 n, r 2
e; consideration. $S,SOO.
o
THE REPUBLICAN WILL KEEP
OPEN HOUSE MONDAY NIGHT.
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO
COME AND SEE THE WHEELS GO
"ROUND IN THE BIGGEST PRINT
SHOP IN ALL ARIZONA.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Wanted Today, four girls or boys at
this office to fold papers. Come early.
Roses La France, American Beauties
and many other varieties may be ob
tained by leaving orders at the office
of The Republican.
Beautiful imitation stained glass lan
terns for evening decoration at Bux
ton's. Up-to-date The New Place.
WILLIAMS & HAFFNER.
E. A. Spaulding sells real estate. Of
fice No. 41 West Adams street.
Dewey Flour, the latest and best. A
guarantee with every sack.
MILTON-BERRYMAN MERC. CO.
Commercial lunch, 20c. including
glass beer; open from 10 a. m. till 8 p.
m. California Wine House, 132 East
Washington.
ELKS, ATTENTION. Look at Bux
ton's line of decorations in Elks' em
blems, etc.
See the beautiful butterfly nets in
national and carnival colors at Bus
ton's. Mrs. L X. Bell and Mrs. Sisty, ex
perienced dressmakers, are located in
the Winters building on West Adams
street, adjoining the Capitol Harness
shop.
Miss Sims, drersmaker. 33S E. Adams.
Alfalfa seed for sale at Kessler
Boyle's. Have you tried Milton-Berryman
Co.'s Columbia Mocha and Java coffee?
If not, ask your grocer for it.
For lanterns in national colors see
Buxton.
Strings of "Old Glory" at Buxton's
Lunch counter and dining room and
private rooms for parties. The New
Place.
WILLIAMS & HAFFNER.
Do not decorate your floats without
seeing Buxton's line of decoration nov
elties. Dr. Battin has moved his office to Dr.
Woodruffs building, 42 S. Second Ave.
Buxton will solve the problem for
you in the decoration line.
ATTENTION. FIREMEN.
A call is hereby ordered to parade
Monday, December 4, at 10:30 a. m.
sharp. All members are requested to
be present promptly.
ROBERT FKOMM, Chief.
A. S. ARTHUR. Secretary.
ELKS, ATTENTION.
A special session of Phoenix lodge
No. 335. B. P. O. E.. will be held at
Elks" hall, corner of Adams street and
First avenue. Saturday evening, De
cember 2, at 7:30. Balloting and initia
tion. By order E. R.
WILLIAM M. MAYERS.
A. HARRY GEORGE. Secretary.
N. Porter for Hand Made Harness.
142 East Washington Street.
INTERESTING TG VISITORS.
Mealey, the photographer, 213 East
Washington street, has refitted and re
furnished his large studio for the car
nival season. While viewing the sights
in Phoenix don't fail to see the dis
play of photos and look over the largest
portrait studio in Arizona. Our facili
ties for handling developing and fin
ishing are complete.
KODAK WORKERS.
If you want the best results ii? ko
dak finishing in quick order, take your I
films to Mealey, No. 213 East Washing
ton street.
NOTICE.
All members of the First territorial
infantry commanded by Col. M. H. 1
MoCord are hereby invited by the car- I
nival association to participate in the
parade on Monday. December 4. A I
large attendance is requested. All I
members are requested to report at the !
place of the formation of the parade on i
Monday morning. They will be as- j
signed a prominent place in the di- j
wsiuii. uy oruer oi me carnival association.
OLD YOUNG..
"
FOR LADIES
THE REPUBLICAN NEXT TUES
DAY MORNING WILY. PRESENT
SIXTEEN PAGES OF ATTRACIVE
READING MATTER. ADVERTISE
MENTS FOR THIS SPECIAL CAR
NIVAL NUMBER MUST BE IN THE
OFFICE BY MONDAY NOON TO IN
SURE PUBLICATION.
A CARD.
j In response to many repeated re
. quests by those desiring "Mother's
. Bread," but who do not always linJ it
j convenient to send to the bakery, v.'e
have yielded to the pressing demands
for a free delivery to all parts of the
j city. Those desiring wagon to call
please leave word at Arizona Bakery
and they will be waited on promptly
and courteously.
Yours sincerely,
FREDERICK S. MURDOCK.
BE WISE TODAY! 'TIS MADNESS
TO DEFER; NEXT DAY THE FA
TAL! PRECEDENT WILL PLEAD.
THUS ON. TILL WISDOM IS
PUSHED OUT OF LIFE.
Until further notice KILROY'S NEW
PALESTINE offers 45 City blocks,
twelve 50xl30-foot lots in each, rang
ing in price from $450 upward, and
says THAT IT IS THE ONLY THOR
OUGHLY EQUIPPED ADDITION
PROPERTY IN OR TO THE CITY 1
OF PHOENIX TODAY having PER- j
FECT SANITARY SEWERAGE, some- I
thing unknown to any other addition j
to our city. BESIDE THIS, it is within !
a stone's throw tone might say) from !
the business center, viz.: On CENTER i
! ST.. 1ST. 2ND. 3RD. 4TH. 5TII. 6TH
jAND SEVENTH AVENUES. The as
j sessed value (city, county and terri
tory) 1S9S-9 over J2S.000. which to the
I INTELLIGENT INVESTOR is evi
I dence as to worth. Free water right
I in Salt River Valley canal goes with
j each parcel. NOTE: Phoenix curb-
stone brokers and commission men not
I allowed to handle our property,
j KILROY'S NEW PALESTINE.
(For our Sirgle Lot Sales see Want Column,
j in this paper).
T TIM 1 ! leadlnar
Dr. mbkrferS
ous. Blood.
Ptin, Throat. LunR, Heart, SroniHCh and Liver
aitenses. His preeminent success is due to
exceptional ability. Ions experience and
absolute reliability He quickly and per
manently cure Kidney, Urinary and
Bladder disorders ani thoroughly eradi
cates the poisonous effeats of Special and
Private complaints. His treatment for up
tniiWiuo' undermined conditions due to
Seminal Weakness and sexual debilitr
is new and eminently successful. Cancers,
tumors, ulcers aad external groHtits positive
ly removed without the knif- or
: severe measures (Testimonials at Office. )
t D- lay Is dangerous, disease is insidious.
do not wait until too laie. If possible always
! be examined by an expert. Talk witn
I liim and judge yourself as i. his integrity and
ability. Conmlta ion FREE. Medicines fur
nished at my own private laboratory. Hours:
1 W-12-I-4-J-8. DR. HIBBARD. Hibbard
Bcliiling. 2;-28 South Secwnd Aveuue, Phoenix,
Good Things to Take Home.
Hot Gingerbread, per cut 5 and 10c
Mother's Home Made Mince Pies,
! steaming hot 10c
(We make our own mince meat.)
Freeh Green Apple Pies, delicious. .10c
Fig Roll, per cut 10c
Fruit Cake, per pound 35c
Parker House Rolls, red hot these
are fine per doz 10c
Sweet Home Made Doughnuts, per
doz 10c
Hot Boston Brown Bread, "Moth
er's pride" 10c
We alw ays have something fresh and
good for you to take 'home.
Arizona Bakery.
FREDERICK S. MURDOCK.
Corner Washington and Third Streets.
One Dollar Saved
by waiting until you reach Mari
copa and take a nice, warm, com
fortable room at the New Ed
wards Hotel. Train arrives 8:45;
leaves for Tucson and El Paso at
4 a. m. Give us your patronago.
Sleeping Car Companies don't
need it.
J.V.Edwards, Prcpriefor.
XX
A Feast for Thanksgiving
MEN'S SEAMLESS HALF HOSE,
BROWN OR BLACK
4c
MEN'S WHITE HEMMED HAND
KKCHIEFS 5c
Men's Overshirts. full cut and well
made, cheviot and ginghams
25c
Men's Derby Ribbed Underwear, all
sizes
25c
If fl
We are showing great lines of Overcoats in
Kerseys, Coverts and Meltons, at prices from
Men's Brown and Gray Mixed Merino
Hose, double sole and heel, extra
spliced
15c
Men's Neckwear, full flowing ends.
Imperials, Tecks and Bows, all silic
and satin
25c
Men's Cardigan Jackets, Bro.wn and
Black, bound pockets and Jersey
neck
75c
Goldberg B
KV- ivy
WE CAN SAVE TOU TIME.
And time is money. The Lnion Pa-
ciflc makes the quickest time to nearly
all points East.
DR. T. F. CHILDS,
SPECIFIC TREATMENT FOR CON
SUMPTION is the only Sure Cure for I
Tuberculosis. He is the onlv Doctor I
in Arizona that can cure all kinds of
Cancer without cutting.
No. 15 outh Second Avenue.
75 ''-'-
OSES
l'j
AMERICAN BEAUTIES V
f.iS Vf
LA FRANCE and tu
(iS OTHER VAHIETIES f
(iS IXQUIRE AT
OFFICE $
REPUBLICAN
Did You Ever
Stop and think that by using
cheap material and incompetent
labor in electrical .work that you
were endangering your life and
property?
IT IS ECONOMY TO GET
ONLY THE BEST.
We use only the best material
and our work is always the best,
and our long suit is pleasing our
patrons.
Could We Do More?
We are headquarters for all things
electrical.
ELLICOTf ELECTRIC CO.
W. JOS. ELLICOrr, Prop.
; Fhone 3G. 11 i W. Aciaml
I WITH SCOVlIiliE
PRICES THAT WILL INTEREST THE
CLOSEST AND SHREWDEST BUYERS.
and Carnival
NOVELTIES IN NECK
WEAR AT
50c
MEN'S HEAVY WORKING
SHOES, BUCKLES
AND LACE
$1.00
FULL LINE OF BOYS'
SUITS FROM
$1.00 up.
We give you choice of a very large range of the
Newest and Brightest Styles in Fashionable Fabrics ?l
Tor wiin inn wcr.. ine oest line or suits ever
shown for this money. ' . , ,
Men's absolutely All-Wool Suits, honestly tailored
and perfect fitting. A great variety of nobby effects
in Cassimere, Stripes and Checks, Blue Serges and
Black Fabrics. These are handsome, stylish Suits,
and equal to suits sold in other stores for $15.00.
ELEGANT VARIETY OF
FINE ALL WOOL SWEAT
ERS. We are sole agents for
Hanan & Son's Men's Fine
Shoes. The best on earth.
All the. newest styles of
Hats, Derby, Fedoras and
the new Bristol Hats.
ros we am
REMEMBER OUR FREE EMPLOYMENT OfTICe.
BEAR is too Busy
Carnival is On
BEAR will have a new and fascinating; DRINK "CARNIVAL"
WEEK known as a DRINK FOR MEN ONLY. Keep your eye
on HEAR for good poods at right prices and remember EVERY
BODY is "WELCOME at the Keystone Phaxmacv, just across from
the Gty Hall.
The BEAR'S DRUG STORE is HEADQUARTERS for everybody
wanting GOOD DRUGS and nice TOILET GOODS.
We carry everything known in MUSICAL
iNSTR'JMKN'TS and a catalogue oi 0 rem
! SHEET MUSK'. Cataloguf s sent free to nnv-
one in the territory. MASOS: Knabe Fischer,
Albrecht and other High Grade instruments,
W. S. Jenkins' Temple of Music.
Patton Grand Building'.
Phoenix, Arizona.
I
THE NEW FIVE POINTS BAKERY
IS NOW OPEN
i "WITH EVERYTHING
FIRST-CLASS
IN THE BAKERY LINE.
HLNRY R0DENBECK, Prop.
DR. ALICE LAWSON,
i The Divine Healer and ClairToyant Life Header,
1 has remove! No. 30 N . Second Avenae. oppo
i site the Ford Hotel, wbre she will treat all kinds
; of diseases and cure Tobacco. Liquor and all
t babita. Give advice on all domestic and bnsi
j ness affaire. Will hold a developing and healios
! cIvb to brine oct the lntnt forces ery Toewlay
j and Friday evening at 7-30 nt her office. Admia
' eion 25 cents- Allare cordially invited.
FREE EXAMINATION OF THE EYE
To See Well
with glasses and to have them look well
on you requires expert fitting. This
is what I do. I please the most crit
ical and charge no more than is asked
for inferior work. Call and see me if
your eyes give you trouble. Many
cases of headache are caused by the
eyes and can be corrected by glasses
! properly fitted.
DR. C. ARNOLD,
; Scientific Optician aid Eye Specialist.
21 South first Avenue
STOVES, HEATERS,
Carload Rates.
Rase. Riaht Prices.
Abe!!, Wilbur, Mullen Co.
' JVIKSL... ...TJEJVIPJi
atrons
T
Men's Heavy Fleeced Shirts and Draw
ers; all sizes. 75c value for
50c
Men's Natural Wool Underwear, stand
ard $1.00 grade for
65c
Men's Fine Lamb Wool Underwear, all
sizes; $1.50 value for
$1.00
See the line of Boys" Suits, 4 to 16, we
sell for v.r. .
$1.35
$7.50 up.
MEN'S FINE SUSPENDERS, GOOD
FANCY WEBS AND " WOVEN
ENDS
25c
Men's Heavy Sweaters, extra good
yarn; just the kind for working or
cycling
50c
MEN'S BLACK WORSTED WORK
ING PANTS, SATIN STRIPE
75c
nothing
House
S3
to Write an ad. Till the
ESTABLISHED 1889.
LADIES,
When you come to the carnival
would be pleased to have your order
i for an up-to-date
TAILOR-MADE SUIT.
Remember, this "is the only place In
the territory to get them made.
NICHOLSON,
The Fashionable Tailor,
43 West i'ubiiigtoi Street. Pbotnix. iriioni.
F&sgsix mm mid.
Have you ever seen a trunK maae .' it
not, Doster of the Phoenix Trunk fac
tory can show you how it's done. He
makes trunks all the time. His stock
is very complete and he will enjoy at
tending to your trunk wants.
S.J. DOSTER, Prop.
CITRUS FRUIT TREES
The largest stock in tie state of Cl
rofrnla. The lowest prices. All Trop
ical PLanCB. Deciduous UruSt Treea,
Berry Planes. Catalogue tree.
S. L. WATMnS, Lotus, California
COOK RANGES.
Bought Before the

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