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T irK A a'ZI'tttLIGAK; SATURPA i O Ii ii u . DECEMBER 16, !899, Good , Wheels at Low Prices ! ! We have a few OHIO and FAMOUS Bicycles, which must be sold to make rocm fcr 10OO stock. .. These are the test medium-price wheels on the market. They are listed at $35.00, To clear them up will take $25.00 THE BICYCLE STORE TrT77TT7T7TJ Tempe and Mesa. ONE-HALF SHARE OF TEMPE WATER FOR SALE. W.A. BOLTON SOUTH SIDE. TEMPE. Lewis Yaeger will return this morn ing to Camp Verde, where he left four bands of sheep grazing on good feed. The sheep will reach the valley early In the spring. Mr. Yaeger rode the 110 miles from Camp Verde in three days on a mule, and lias since been an ear nest advocate tf good roads. He will endeavor to set back for the holidays. Manager Patton's train did not ma terialize last night. As a 'consequenc?. The sruth eiders feel thnt he shoulJ b iii'jre- certain a? to h: in - n ions. Yhi- iK-opV r,t Arlzo-. oft 1 hn . the lai'irh .ti what the..- r-n "I'l.r-U i'-et i I iy n." but it -i. '.!,,. 1 not Ji-r-.u' shire thm thetv nr.- oih-r h'tulr i" 'Jiark thnn 'ub..' K. I' is nlr-o .T '1 rsily thought by -ti st !..! s that th aboriginal In. Man ' Arir,! h--s n . y-l t;-k!t on fj i'iz.H ( t:. A "1TT1'' num is uitu.-ritig ",i th.- rmii si h- Mi1: nj.j.i-, !;,t- Ui. ti-u'h "f rhe3.- i.-mjuks. Not lim n:!'.;r- i- bir manipulator of gr--:n 1-;ils. i .ii.l "he liuiiin s-.i.l north r'lt' rix a !sit. At ihi.i ri,n- nusi-.y if tti. l1' i nts of iJsr- '-h'';n-s v.-.-i.- pr.-sc::t fiv..-,i r.inot" par's of the terriory. ne.n cnllnr! hither by the Phoeni.-c carnival The young gentleman In question wanted a Navajo blanket that had been famous in his conception for a long time. He had learned that should he be able to buy one of an Indian he would not have to pay an exorbitant price. He spied an old buck wrapped in a. bright-colored blanket, and forth-vlr-.i entered Into negotiations for it. Tiie negotiations were presrel. The Indian's squaw gave here protector a tip, and the old boy suggested that bo might take SI for it. The money was dropped and the blanket was eagerly grabbed and carried to Phoenix, where it was exhibited in triumph to the young gentleman's friends, who all ex pressed great surprise at the bargain. After the blanket and its new owner departed for the south side, however, these friends were seen holding each others' sides because an Indian that morning had purchased in Phoenix a blanket for J1.59, and in a fev short hours had converted it Into a Navajo garment, making a profit of $1.50 by the process. Six carloads of cattle were s?nt out of Tempe by special train yesterday afternoon. Captain Weeks, superintendent of the work on the water system, drove over to Phoenix yesterday. He in- : tends beginning heavy work Monday. The well is now twenty-five feet deep. Mr. Manella left yesterday for his home at Gila Bend with ninety-one head of cattle, which he purchased in Tempe. Mrs. E. B. Gage of Prescott is visit ing in Tempe, the guest of Mr3. George N. Gage. A. J. Peters loaded a car of hay yes terday. , I A large crpwd of Temp? people were expecting to go over to see the "Three Musketeers," but there was no excur sion. Fully fifty persons would have gone had the train been run. Several parties drove over 'o the Patlon Grand. Try the meils and short orders Henry Frisch puts before his custom ers. George Stelzriode and family of near Phoenix, spent yesterday with rela tives In Tempe. A glance at Broadway & Moeur's show-window and you are tempted in side. If you wnnt a nice Christmas present they have it and will sell so cheap that you will buy. Osct Pf'nn nnd John M"Grew left Thurrrtiy wi'h t fnr-b'Tse load of proviior! for th P?t'- Bro ' cat'l'1 mnch ip the 'Tv'1'- Tfjicr coun'ry. v. lier- th'- wl 5 " rk f.-.r sev r:' :i'' t a i' ri ' t!. !r. A. .1. p;.-. of :h. T.a & Din -li IV . :t to.l-iir C.'l'-r ! A BIG SUPPLY J J Of giulnMI'SURIItl (: RT f 1 NUTS and Cider to go rvUh -hem at CI'MMINGS', 2 Tempe. i -m.'1k- rni Rf AL ESI AT LOANS AND INSURANCE ; A. M kinds of Bargain?, either in City Hemes or Fanchcs. I MCSA-PECION Of HOMES. WISE, WITTY WCMEN WANT "f HOEMX" WHEELS C. P. BORROWDALE. Agent TEMPE. ARIZONA in rural Industries, have a chance to learn something today. Many interest ing and instructive topics concerning dairies, land and farm products wiil be discussed .at the meeting nf the. stockholders of th Tempa-Mesa Pro duce company, which will last all day in the Odd Fellows" building. A fen speakers from different narts of the territory wiil be pres?nt and address me meeting. A turkev dinner will he served from 12 to 2 in the banquet ha'l of the building by the ladios of the Congregational church. MESA. j Mr. Davis of Lehi went to Phoenix ! on business yesterday. . O. Merrill returned yesterday from ; Bisbee. The people of Mesa arep leased to ; learn that the M. & P. expects soon to ' have a new engine In its service. o NORTH SIDE I GLENDALE. , A farmers' institute will be held at Glendale Wednesday, December 20, In the school hall, at which the following programme will be followed: Afternoon session, 1:30 p' m. Music. "Orchard Pruning," Chase Purdy, Al hambra. Crown Gall of Almonds and Ooth?r Fruit Trees," Professor J. W. Tourney, experiment station. Discussion led by A. Fuller, Glen dale. j Music. "Home Dairying," Prof. G. H. True, experiment station. Discussion led by Henry Lehman, Glendale. Evening session, 7 o'clock. Music. "Ranch Gardening." - George Copp. Ci"noale. "VhT T '.TT1 ' Orcll1"1 " V' f -V ,V ;,"' M.i . ti . .-:;. o i , - j . :1 1 (:(. r)!--ii-!-n !d !.y K. K J:i 'k. .Vus-:. . ".if::-f:t C r-i'.vl'if," John FVv-r.-y. G'.-lni..!.-. . 1 .isioii !-! by Pr'.r. 1 :.!: h. ;'hf !.-.. lld.'Kl v :tn.; ..th-:-.-. ?ri.r.i-. T' iiir-: Si to.- is : i Vr U.-U itrt 1': the ' .!:!'; S ..f ih.' l'li!-..fi-ity ,' A'z iil l -'i-m -r,t .st.iiioi' HU-l th- Atizr.n.i A--Ti-!''U o r-i 1 ;i iiu ioi,. Su'-i ; :-i j. rrii:i:tr iiu-rt .'is - . !:h ioTfi'iir' nc'. This intel'igvnc the farmers' in?titufe aims to promote. Come pnd, bring ' your wif sons aiid daughters, and invite your neighbors. ' o i DIDN'T WORK WITH JONES. One Exception to a Well Known Bible Verse Assertion. In a certain Sunday school the t?aeh er was endeavoring to explain that a man could not expect to reap if he never tcok the trouble to sow. "But what he does sow he will reap," he continued. "To make matters plainer, I will sk you a question. If I planted turnip seed, what do you think' I shou'.d get?" "Turnips:" shouted several. "Right," said the teacher. "But it doant alius come off." put in one precocious youth. "It didn't wi' Neighbor Jones." "Indeed:" remarked the teacher. "Yis," went on the bright scholar. " 'E sowed some taters a little while ago. but 'e ain't reaped none." "Well, perhaps he gathered them?" "No, 'e ain't gathered 'em." "Well, dug them up. then?" "No, nor dug 'em up, naythur." "O, I see." smiled the teacher. "The potatoes are not ready yet. He will gather them by-and-by." "No, I don't think as 'e will," per sisted the scholar. "Why?" asked the puzzled teacher. "Why, yer see," responded the other, calmly, "we gathered 'em when he was in town, the day before he was going to." London Tit-Bits. WHERE GOOD CLOTHES COUNT. "Yes. the clothes a man wears make a great dfal of difference in this world, especially in official life," remarked the private secretary of a cabinet official, who is compelled to see many people and to hold many more people at bay. "I was especially struck with the im portance of clothing some time ago," continued the official, "when the assis tant secretary was absent and it was my duty to s'ave all the callers off the secretary. I do that often, but when the assistant secretaries are here they help a great deal. Well, I noticed on the occasion I referred to that I had no trouble in keeping people away when I wore my Prince Albert and looked like the real thing. When I told them that the secretary was too busy to see call :s they thought I owned the who;e i rre and wa'kd away saving that :! eir lousiness was very impor'anT and 'Vev wer ?ue the- wo:ild b- sr if : v..u! l 1ii"t tnke their nanes to the -.. ..:! rv. v. hen I wor an average itir io-'np5-s su't wi'lf misrhf look !i: . :trl- bit shabby, the ca'l-rs 'ii't fin. i rrf- rMon to what T ft -a. if it !!: ut th'.n .1 !;.. ,!. :. v.. I tVi.l to 'J a'V.C. Ti. y ivii.M :'n-l : '--in If of x.-up-a o r.:o:n:; H TV I 1 -! to pi-.'.-i-'U ih"ir rr:'.-.- t t ' !'" ' .: , y. Tii.. liit'i.-n nc. .van fn ni.'iiv-irtlil.- to ! noticed by ot hors in the rooiii. I fotsnd il'jit Ii paid to go well dressed on all occasion. and that I was much more useful to my executive head." New York Telegraph, POPULAR 'vV A3 erieinf!nis end or this harl one-half cent & word each Insertion. - No sdvertiEc-mect tikGn for le.s fbgn twenty-fiva cents. FO-n. SALIC -V TRADE Pix roomed house in Prtsti.'t for milk cows or small rii'i h south side "f river. Call at Irion ranch. Addrtss R. W. Mar tin. Tempe. MEXICAN Drawn Work, finest line in city. Christmas Novelties. Mrs. Chamberlain's Art Parlors, second floor O'Neill building. WANTED Two boarders at Osborn ranch, two miles north of Five Points. Box 592. WILLIAM SIDELL. SALESMEN High-rated factory ap points on uncovered ground. Free samples. Several earn to $25 weekly. Some with us many years. Corpora tion P. O. 1371. New York. FOR RENT Two nicely furnished connecting rooms. 103 West Jack son, corner of Third avenue. WANTED Translator, fully compe tent to translate legal documents from Spanish to English, and vice versa: also able to make French translations. Apply in own writing to J. H. W., care Adams hotel. LADIES and gentlemen wishing em ployment or to better themselves; good salary and expenses. Call room 15, 221 West Adams. Professor Os borne. GRANITE FOR SALE Building stone for mason work, door and window sills. Inquire corner Seventh avenue and Grant street, adobe building. LOUIS BARDET. WANTED Girl for dining room and ehamberwork. 230 Second avenue, north. LADY AGENTS WANTED to sell LADY CAPS GARDEI. Address Dr. E. Jeserich, Kansas City, Mo. LOST Photo button of young lady encased in twisted gold mounting. Finder leave at this ofilce and re ceive reward. WANTED By Benham, a three or four room furnished house, or three rooms suitable for light housekeep ing; prefer them in the vicinity of the wood yard. WANTED A girl for second work. Apply at Hayden's, North Second av fnue: George house. - r,-x- a..;;.r l!.iS or.icv Pi -i: SAI.L liUSi .1 . i!i".il 1 !!:i'f n er s' in profitable 1 N. 1." Hoiiih . to;.; S.: . t. j FO!: i:r:-.T Roon s for housekeeping. t.pi" (. W-st M"nn' Si reft. 1 FOR SALE 7!:-. r.t.-s mid ti'i" got 1.1 !it..-. FOR ."'.'.!-:' t'TIEAP Two hursis, dou ble Lain !.!:! wagon. Call at Faust the Tailor. 212 West Wash ington. FOR SALE Excellent outfit, complete, for traveling or prospecting: may be seen in rear of 715 South First avenue, i between 1 and 2 p. m. I WANTED Situation by a woman, cook ! and general housework, in private family. Inquire Room 7 Vcndome house. WANTED Position of some kind, light outside work preferred, by re liable man of general experience. Ad dress Box 20, this office. WANTED Boarders for the country Address P. O. Box 394, City. WANTED Buyers for one good team of driving horses, one carriage team and a few single drivers. Also stand ard bred colt for training, with breed ing and quality to warrant a winner. Inquire at Pemberton ranch, two and a half miles north of town, or at electric light office. WANTED Position of some kind by steady, reliable man of general ex perience, city or country. Address J. C. Irving, City. WANTED To buy, gentleman's ticket to southern California. Alamo House, 27 East Monroe. WANTED Three good carpenters. Ap ply to A. W. Jurden, Flagstaff, Ariz. STRANGERS v.elcome at the Intelli 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. WANTED Second girl. Apply Mrs. Ainsworth, 578 North Center street; corner Bennett Lane. WANTED Agents for the latest im proved gasoline lamps, the only lamp sold with a guarantee; absolutely perfect. Write for terms and terri tory. The Standard Light Co., 91G Market St., San Francisco, Cai. IMPROVED Sewing Machines for rent by the week. 407 East Washington. WANTED A competent girl for house work; no washing. Apply C31 North Center. WANTED Party to make contract for hauling wood; steady work. Call at Republican office. .. -,v : ' -O' '''.-.' .'-e-. ." e.-. i ri-uca p. will quic-Kly cure vou of ail cer- ! r j y I V " v , e: ;w .. f.fu:' V':.,..:.,ae oririii., Bucli ns Lost Manhro.1, . . . '', -' .V.' : ! - t-e -' ' ; f--r-' r.ul Koiissiuns, Kervons letilitv. . i e::.L:-' j. : . . r.l n.ilNtnii lrr:n, -i ! r -a.-.ti r-' . ; r, ,., ; , .,rf. i i,v ... 'c.-r; ,s ii e:,i,. ninT T"r erM sre tronbted with IPOHtafiti. I'l , VI t't". S '.: ih" otiiy Known i "ni .ly to re re ,Viil;out nn or ei-.uion. 5TXKJ teKimoni p. A .vri' '"u irj.iniM r-e Ki'-'.-ri aii'l money ret :irnH if s:x h"Xfs fl s not elleul a perimuielilcurCk I.uO :i r.ur, r-. ior ".0!, oy i:i:nl. Send firV:ii:i-:eir'".!l;ir uuu tesiiuioiiiali Address BATBl, mxnHXS B CO., P. O. Box 3S7S, tSa,i Francfcco. CaL ForSatctm PFV L. AR, So' Agent. 119 and las v. "P-'nnhington Rt . PhnenW. Arijtopa. WANTS FT'RNTPKFD and unfurnished houses for rent. FOR SALE At a big bargain, two lots in Dennis addition, easy, terms. A BARGAIN House and forty-two lots (eight acres), in Dennis addition. Easy terms. TO LOAN $25,000 at 8 per cent; see me. MOUSE and two lots in Montgomery's addition, on monthly payments; low rate of Interest. HAVE your Fire and Life Insurance written by J. ERNEST WALKER & CO., ' Real Estate, Insurance and Loans, 26 South Second Avenue. MRS. CURRY, clairvoyant and life reader. Obcession removed, tobacco, morphine, opium habits cured. All diseases successfully treated. Room 15 Cotton block. MRS. LAWSON, clairvoyant, life reader. Gives advice on all business and health. No. 30 North Second avenue. FOUND There came to my place on December 1, on section 13, four miles east of Phoenix, eleven sheep; no brands. Owner may have property by proving same and paying charges. R. E. FRASHIER. LEAVE orders for housecleaning and work of all kinds at Labor Office, 213 West Washington. N. D. Valen tine, 119 West Jefferson. 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. MONEY to loan on ctvy and ranch property at low rates of interest. Se curities bought; houses built to suit purchaser, on payments.' PRICE-CREIGHTON & Co., Fleming Building. FOR RENT Three or tour nice rooms for housekeeping. Call 500 North Third avenue. FOR RENT Two furnished brick cottages: no invalids. 313 East Mon roe Street. Washington Frank Benenato. '"niFni:TAni,F furnished houst- for ; r.i :!"4 Fast vVnjO.ingtnn Strert A N'T FT Tw-.-nty tcr.i urinr.i.roel uri'.icr i'ann canal. an! trt-nty aci'"f viJh house, under Grand or Maricopa, aa soii as iossiliic. W. J. Murihy, Filt'l ,'iVfttv.p Mr., ArtHI'K t-i . iJAVAJO BLANKCT5. Guaranteed genuine Navajo Indian make. Thoroughly cleaned. Fine as s ::. -rit. r.oweft pric- f . No mi ldle-ov,jr.'.- : oTii- on o-?r tiipt. PiXM'v & R'i;j!.-aox. 40 North Center St. 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. FOR RENT Newly furnished rooms, at the Alamo, 27 East Monroe. GRAIN lands for rent. Half section under the Salt River Valley canal, with water furnished. Arizona Water Co., O'Neill buildins. WANTED Twenty horses to winter; good pasture, with hay rations. In quire 137 South Second Street. WANTED Women to iron, at the National Steam Laundry, corner Jef ferson and Second avenue. BOARD and lo.'ging on North Center street. Address P. O. Box 66. WANTED A position as bookkeeper or clerk. Address C. B. M., Rot bao.. FOR SALE Wilcox & Gibbs' Im proved Automatic Sewing Machine at great reduction. Good as new. Ad dress P. O. Box 4SS, or call 1S70 West Adams street. THE highest cash price paid foroul try and ranch eggs jit.Tbe New Place. Williams '& Haffner, i nd 11 "West Washington Street. TO RENT A desirable gpidence. In quire 546 North Fourttt avenue. UNTIL further notice KILROY'S NEW PALESTINE will offer' lots. 50x130, on 2ND, 3RD, 4TII, 5TH, STH 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 sal viz.: at $100 each. THIS ADDITION IS THE ONLY ONE IN OR TO THE CITY OF PHOENIX THAT HAS SANITARY SEWERAGE. Its assessed value, city, county end territory, for 1S9S-9 is over $28,000, which, to the posted man, is conclusive evidence as to its value. The first purchasers will have the choice. Phoenix Curbstone Brok ers and Commission Men are not al lowed to handle our properties. Room ""6 Fleming Block. (Take elevator.! 13. v ariocx- e ar.d V. or night. Ptevents qaiek-(:,--. -p. ; .-s Spermatorrhoea and i'l rii r. cUaiises Uie liver, Uie i.i if r. WANTED A competent office man. Must be a stenographer. Address Box 245. MONEY TO J- O A N For building or on improved city proprty. NO COMMISSION. SLIGHT EXPENSE. LOW RATE, "new plan." Interest decreases as you pay. State Mutual Building and Loan as sociation of Los Angeles. E. E. Pas coe, agent. Phoenix. TIMBER CULTURE, FINAL PROOF. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Doited States Latl o:iloc, Tucson, Arizona, Sov-niber 27, rO. Notice la he ely given that Eueonc B. RieV ard-on has file.i cut ice of intention 10 make filial proof before tha Clerk of the District t ourt, at his ollU'e in Hioeti x, Arizona, on Taesday, the second day ot January, 11KN1. on timber culture applimti'oa N. 4i, lur the il of uvi4 an1 XU oi swi. sec 28, T 1 N., K 1 ti. iS K B. & M, He names as witnesses: John TV Ambrose and Piok It. Ambrose, of Phoenix, Arizona, at.d James W. Harlow and Charles L. Hiippeny, of Buckeye , Arizona. MILTON R. MOORE, Kegister. First Publics tation. November 30, 1M9. MARICOPA & PHOENIX & SALT RIVER VALLEY RAILROAD COMPANY. Phoenix, A. T., Dec. 13, 1S99. ' To All Concerned: Time card No. 47, taking effect Saturday. December 16, at 2 p. m., will make the following changes from that of the present card: Train No. 1, cn Wednesdays and Sat urdays, will leave Phoenix 5:15 p. m.p Tempe at 5:45 p. m., arriving at Mari copa 7 p. m. On all other days of the week No. 1 will leave Phoenix at 7 p. m. and run through as per the present card. Train No. 7 will leave Phoenix at 4:30 p. m., Tempe at 5 p. m., arriv ing at Mesa City 5:30 p. m. No other changes will be made in the card, with the exception that on Wednesdays and Saturdays train No. 2 will wait at Maricopa until 7:30 a. m. to connect with westbound Sunset Limited trains. The above figures are given in Pacific standard time. On account of rush in printers' office time cards will not be out until Friday noon. Yours truly, M. O. BICKNELL, G. P. A. HOLIDAY EXCURSION RATES. Will be one fare for the round trip between all points cn the S. F. P. & P. for tickets, garni going December 23, 24, 25, 29, 30 and 31, and good return ing unrll January 2, 1900, inclusive. E. W. GILLETT, General Agent. .The eastboupd Limited will leave Los Angeles on the same day that the wesjbound leaves Chi cago, but the exact leaving time has not j-et been deSnitely fixed, but will be anno'inced soon. This train v.:3M c-ar'-v noth.ng i.o: I:u! runn pjil.tce '.-.'i'": .-f t::.- h'tes- ni :ke 3:1.'. style a-id be 'he most co.'tip etely equipped an:! up-to-date trans continental train in America The S. F. P. & P. p. ople :ir" ndea ot-irig tit have arrangements cin.lo o 'bnt th. ens1 briy.mi Limited ; wi.' irnKe i l.v conni-ctions" at. Ash Fork to a fommo 'ate the Phoenix peo ple. ; TT? E CALIFORNIA LTMITFTV ! t:.; ;I.i anta be. is now in service for the season, and Phoenix people will ( appreciate the convenient hour this ; palatial train passes Ash Fork 10:23 a. : in. and passengers can make connec i tions with same by leaving Phoenix i via the S. F. P. & P. at 8:30 p. m. (city time) any Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday 1 or Saturday. Get full information at , city ticket office, 44 West Washington Street. E. W. GILLETT, General Agent. Porter & Co.-s nrst-crass stages make close connections with arriving trains, as also with trains going to Bowie. Special accommodations pro vided for trips to and from Globe. REDUCED RATES TO GLOBE. The Phoenix Short Line has ar ranged for a reduction ia the ticke rjite from Phoenix to GJbe, and pas sengers not desiring stop-over privi leges can purchase tickets at rate ot $12. This is a reduction of $4.50 and i3 $7.65 less 111 an local rate. Do'orailo, UtaH, California anil Qregori ARE BE5T REACHED VIA THE UNION PACIFIC ointsch Light. Steam Heat. Direct Line to Ail Points West. Solid Vestibules Trains Daily. Two Trains daily from Denver and Colorado points, to San Francisco and California points, to Salt Lake City and Utah points. I One Train daily to Portland and North Pacific Coast points, with direct connections for Tacoma and Seattle. For time Tables, Folders, Illustrated Books, Pamphlets, descriptive of the territory traversed, call on your near est agent or address E. L. LOMAX, G. P. and T. A., Omaha, Neb. .VHHOy SO YEARS' feliii :jJiO EXPERIENCE 1 rade iviarks Designs VrfV H Copyrights Ac. Anvone sending a skolrh and description may quickly ascertnin our opinion free whether an invention is prohatiiy piitentablo. Comnitinira tions strictly ronddential. Handbook on I a tents sent free. Dldest imency for Bocurmtr patents. 1'atentd taken throuch Munn A Co. receive rptcuu itoticg, witnout, cnarco lutuo Scientific Jimenez. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Lamest cir culation of any scientiflc journal. Terms, 3 a year; four months, $L Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN & Co.36,Broad New York branch Office. iSH F St WasbiuKlou, I. C SOUTH SIDE BUSINESS DIRECTORY HENRY'S Restaurant, Oyster House and Bar Room The Commercial Traveler and Cottle Buycs' Headquarters PRIVATE FAMILY ROOMS. ONLY FIRST- CLASS GOODS AT THE BAR, HENRY G. FRISCH. A. J.PETERS, WHEAT, BARLEY, ALFALFA, GRAIN HAY AnJ CEREALS. Special prices on large contracts. Correspondence solicited U0 A SIIARE 0F YOUR PATRONAGE. - K3 Our store is well stocked with new droga. BROADWAY & MOHJTJK, Tempe. TMC TEMPE THE BEST MEALS IN TOWN. New, style. Meal ticket, 14.50. J Nt Service And Ntvtty Arranged and Equipped Throughout. Tht Best Meal in the Gty 25c Board by the Weel $40 roHM SOUNG. ProDrletor, Tfte Fanners' ExcHange. k 5 'BROWN SH0CS. O fLD BEATERS BOYS' CLOTH'Wi Hats and Caps at REDUCED PRICES MES A JZO-JA. The AttrpwcViere of Mis is High, Dry and Pure. . ! Affords special accommodations Traveling; Public. Is the largest "nd best in the vvalley outside of Phoenix. tV Klrst-U!a39 Feed f abla In corner" .1,1 wltn not i' Horses boarded by d-y. week or month JOHN X. JONES, Boot and Shoemaker, AND RPAIIG AT LtViNQ PRICES Alhambra Dining Near Alhambra Hotel Center of Block. At BUCHANAN DESERT WELI floRenoVeEcanSoet KaY, Gram, Meals and Lodging, The Zeeos Co0p Their Line of Boys and Gents' PIONEER MEAT MARKET, " Tempe and East Tempe. City aii Country CHOICEST MEATS. D;liver7. J TOOTHSOME POULTRY. Wj Propose to Satisfy You. TKEO. NICHOLAS, JR., Prop. FOOLING Wn LIV i WIRES is dangerous, but there is no danger in using Electricity in your house if the system is properly installed. We under stand the application of ELECTRICITY for Home, OfTice, Factory or Farm, and are prepared to supply ELECTRICAL I APPLIANCES for any purpose. ARIZONA ELECTRICAL CO. Phone ina (3 rings) 17 South Flrfrt Ave. V. R. NORRiS. Proorlntor. T!-.r. -i c- w;H'-t riiantf to at. Paul, Rosion, C!:i.ago. Kansas City. St. I o'.iis. etc.. via the Santa Fe; rates via tVIs litie as low as the lowest. GpI full ii;foriiiatiin at city ticket oftlvs of the S. F., P. & P., 44 West Washington Street E. W. GILLETT, Oemit-al Agent. Tempe, Arizona WHOLESALE DCALEB IN Send in orders for.... Christmas Poultry Dressed and Undressed. RE5TAURNT, first-class cook. Everything in sew HON SEEK, Proprietor. Tempt, THE HOTEL KIMBALL for Winter Tourists and the Cuber's Corner, Mesa, Arizona Room MESA. a Absolut el 7 Best Meals on the South SideJj MRS. W. B. BARBOUR, Proprietress. Store. FALL AND WINTER GOODS of All Kinds Saiis are the most complete in town The Palace. EIRSCRFELD & PERKINS; PROPBIFTOH8. IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC , Wines, Lienors and Cigars PHOENIX, ARIZONA Southern Pacific Co. CoTnTcrcirit Novomr-r 15, 18P, train will leave Maricoi a art frill, wf: O.tO A. M. DA L,Y NEW OIILKAN EX. ttph fur 1'urAurj, BDiTn, Demioff, El Pino 8&a nroirio, Hocston. Nfw Orleana. oDnecting nt N.wtirleana for CiDcinnati and rhirnirn; ino fr.r Vat-hirirtcn, Baltimotp, fbila- delphia. New Yi.rk ard Boston I I AM "AILiY MIXED TRAIN FOB I " Tncann, Jordpbnrg, Damins. El Paso, anil intermAdiata .tatinnp. r . i, P. M. HAILY MIXED TRAIN FOB t. I ' Kl I'af o and intermediate station!. S,1(P. M DAILY MIXED TRAIN FOB I'm I " ' iila Bead and way atationn. 9. i ( P. M. DAILY PACIFIC EXPRESS .T" ' for Lob ADKeiea, Frvno, "aorameiito hnd Sh?i Frauciacrt OonnfrtiDa at Saorau en to or8n Fraacisfo for puinta in Orrgon, Nt Tada an1 U i ah . T. H.GOODMAN, (ien. I'aaa Kmt. Rend the advertisements in The Re puhllean and learn the name and loca I tion of the houses which are doing th : ousiness of the town. You will find i the name of every successful business man in the city in the advertising col l. umns.