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THE ARIZONA KEPUULICAN: TUESDAY HI CHINING, AUGUST 2!, 1900. The Arizona Republican 1, t; , THE ONLY NEWSPAPER ; 1 l ' IN ARIZONA THAT IS PUBLISHED 7 EVERY DAY. IN THE YEAR. CHAELES C. RANDOLPH, Editor and Proprietor Exclusive Morning Associated Press Dispatches. The only Perfecting Press In Ari zona. The only battery of Linotypes In Arizona, Publication office: 36-38 East Adams street. Telephone No. 47. Entered at the postoffice at Phoenix, Arizona, ns mail matter of the second class. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By mail, dally, one year $9.00 .Weekly, one year 2.00 Cash In advance. BY CARRIER. Dally, per month $ .75 Washington bureau, 500 Fourteenth treet, N. W. FHCKNIX, AUGUST 21.1BOO NATIONAL REHJBUC4N TICKET. For President WILLIAM M'KINLEY OHIO. For Vice-President THEODORE ROOSEVELT NEW YORK. While at the anti-imperialist conven tion at Indianapolis ex-Goverr.or George S. rtoutwell of A SURPRIS- Massachusetts, presl ING CON- dent of the anti-imper- FESSION. ialist league, said to a. New York Herald cor respondent: j I am opposed to the proposition of j nominating an independent candi jatj ' and the organization of an anti-lmper- I talist party. The objections to such an undertaking that are apparent are these: The party would net be able to com mand the names and services of candi dates of standing and influence in the nation. Next, It could secure only a limited support from the press of the country. Finally, the party could not obtain money for the necessary ex penses of the campaign in competition with the republican party. At the end many anti-imperialists would vote for Bryan, others might vote the prohibi tion ticket and the vote for the anti imperialist party might be insignificant, and the movement would thus become unworthy of further notice. In my re marks to the congress I intend to ad vise anti-imperialists to give, theh support to Bryan, on the ground that there is r.j oter efficient method to ue- . feat McKinley and secure the over j throw of his imperialistic policy. This is a remarkable confession of . weakness which should not be lost j upon the country. The official head of the league admits that it cannot "com mand the names and s3rvices of candi dates of standing and influence in the nation," and can "secure only a limited support from the press of the country." Why? What is the matter with a movement which finds itself in this unsupported condition? Why aro men of "standing and influence" and the press so shy of allying themselves with it? Would the movement be in such a solitary condition if there were genuine popular sentiment or sincere moral fer vor behind it? Then, too, what if it could not obtain "money for the neces sary expenses" of a campaign? Has it come to this that the conscience ; party" of the country is willing to abandon its duty because it cannot ' raise money to perform it? Is there no' man left in the country with both con science and money? Then note the ex- traordlnary morality and logic of the, ex-governor's conclusions:, Since we' have neither men of standing and in-j fluence with us, nor money with which' to support a ticket, therefore it is nec; cessary to vote for Bryan directly, be cause his election is the result we are really seeking, "on the ground that there is no other efficient method to de feat McKinley and secure the over throw of his imperialistic policy." This is the same ex-Governor Bout Veil who admitted, in a speech in Bos ton on August 7, that Mr. Bryan's financial views were so dangerous toj the business stability of the country ; that his election would! cause some- thing like a panic w hich would continue until Bryan's inability to reverse the financial policy of the country should be demonstrated. That is an enticing programme to hold before the people of the land! Was there ever a more extraordinary deliverance from a lib erty congress than that the welfare of the country demands the election of a man whose professions are so alarming that his elation would bring on a panic which would only cease when it was I discovered tha. he could net be as bad j as he would like to be? We have n"t the money to support a man of good i character for the presidency, says the leader of the conscience party, so we will support a man of such bad charac ter that his election would bring on a financial panic! If this be not insanity, What is it? If to be a member of the conscience party it is necessary to take this position befortj your fellow men, is it surprising tht the anti-imperialists are so few in numbers? The plans fur wat. r storage continue to multiply. Tnless we can settle upon one ami push U we mifrht as well give up the idea. At the cumin? mass meet ing this thought should bo kept upper most. The Republican will supp rt any plan that has the promise of success. The temporary increase of water sup ply should n.it Mind our eyes to the necessi'ty of a e.orasv reservoir. The necessity is emphasized by the f cling of relief that fills this valley today as the result of the recent rains It was John J. Ingalls who said of the democratic party: "Us only policy has been to complain." The party hasn't changed its tune a bit since Ingalls made that wise remark in 1S90. In another fortnight Prescott will be the scenes of great activity, judging from the reports of the archi jects. The mountain city is bound to be better every way than before the great fire. Arizona is ab ut the only one of the mining states or territories that does not possess a mining exchange. And yei. the possibilities are excellent. PLATO ON THE ART OF WHITING Plaito asserted with truth that the Invention of the art of writing had pro duced one i vil effect Tt had immensely weakened human memory. AVhat he would have said today at the fight of a file of a big daily or a pocket memo randum, we nvay easily guess. Probab lv mvor was individual memory weak er than now. We all note down our en gagements, and we know that there are so many encyclopedias and works of reference that we need not trouble to keep any fact in oar memory. The well informed man today Is he who knows where to go for his authorities, not he who has all the kn iwbdge at first hand. The volume of kn wledg,, e-pociany lji natural science, is so enormous that it would be impossible for any one person to master it. Holm- s. in his "Poet at the Breakfast Table," in his humorous portrayal of the "Scarabee,' nas pro vided an object-lesson in the ultra specialism of c jr time. Mankind at large may be masdr of the wide field of human knowledge, but mankind as an individual can never explore more than a corner of the huge domain. In this sense T nnyson wa- right when he said that the "individual withers and the world is more .:nd more." Two facts are, then, obvious: Firs;. Plato was right when he said that human inven tion had weakened the memory, and, secondly, the sphere of modern knowl edge could not have bren conquered and held by man without such artifieiul contrivance. Spectator. A BEAUTY CONTKST. The task allotted to Rodin, the sculp tor; Helen. Doldini and Henner, the painters; Caran. d'Ache, I,eandre and Steinh in, the caricaturists, and Ked, fem, the tailor, nf deciding who is the most beautiful woman in the world, has been accomplished. Although the Paris paper, Gil F.las which arranged the compttition, was to award two prizes, one for tlv "fairest face" and ihe other for "plastic beauty." the judges have found two ladies in b th of these class, s who so nearly come up to the standard of perfection that it has been impossible to decide who should carry off the prizes. For the fairest face a Marseillaise, Mil . Madeline de Beauregarde, shared the first prize with a young Spanish woman, who is studying in the conservatoire. For plastic beauty the hon rs were divided helv.een Mile. Jeann.' Sully and Mile. Marnelle Deschamps. the latter a young lady of the mature afire of I4'.j yens, who gained renown on the stage in Sa rah Bernhardt' s production of Gismon da. Curiously enough all the prize win ners and all those who came near to them were decided brunettes the blonde.'. trailing along far back in the rear. In Paris it is said that this mean? an im mense slump in the peroxide market. K.-.nsas City Independent. A COLORED PROSPEL'TOn. Notwithstanding the large number of negroes in Arizona, there are but two of them who make a business of pros Iecting and one of them is Joseph Bryant, who mikes his headquarters In Tucson, says the citizen. Bryant is not only a practical pros pector and miner, but a successful one as well, and is beginning to reap the reward of his long and arduous work. Yesterdav he sold his interest in the Golden Kagle elairi in the Negro min ing district for fti.f'O cash, and as a n-n-sefju- nee fels ''pretty well tortay. thank you." He has other properties that h-- is opening up and thre is every probability that before very long he will rank among th. most successful and prosperous mining men in Arizona. It is rather curious that so few of the colored race have become miners and Prospectors, and it may be that P.ry anf success will indue- others to en ter the field. BORX A r.EXTIEMAN P.illv i-- an "old Virginia" regro. proud of his statr' and tirouder of his manners. His silver lock? show that he ha? rt lch'ii. if not passed, the allotted term of three score and tent but his f- rm is still erec t anil lv tries h nd to keen ur his end of the log. "Well. Kil ly." sil l a gentleman, the other dav. "vou'll soon have to root at the dnmn pile with the hogs for a living." "Xarr tiinn," said h". straightening1 1111 with indignation. I come of too good stck for that. Mv master was a gentleman b. rn and bred, ami T can't ini hack on tny raising." Fr m the Icist Cause. STRETCH It was the third tim th man In the second row from the orchestra had oh nerved to his wife that he guessed he would go into the lobby and stretch his legs. "flow long. oh. I..- rd. how long." murmured the pot woman, while blltid ins Hear? filled her eyes. SPORTING MEN'S FINDS. While Alexander Lewis and his two sons were hunting in the vicinity of Temple, Ind.. the dog treed somethins; in a hallow tr.-c. The hunters came up. got heir guns ready, and found the un known animal to bs an infant but two or three days . Id and still alive. The child had evidently been abandoned to its fate. Mr. Lewis carried the little one to his home, and there is every prospect that it will be successfully reared. In Yazoo cnunty, Mississippi, a party of hunters killed a deer that had a hu man skull impaled on a prong of its horn, supposed to be that of a negro. The prong had entered the cavity oc cupiel in life by the eye, and had grown up around the bone, showing the skull had not b.en put on recently. There are various cenjeetures as to how it. got there, but the most prevalent opinion Is that he animal was wounded and- brought to bay by the negro and had killed the latter in the conflict which enmed. the prong entering the eye and piercing the brain. The body of the deer showed signs of wounds. He was about as large as a two-year-old calf. Forest and Stream. TESTIMONY OVIITTED. An ex-justice of the peace tells the following story: During the lime he was in office a young man was brought before him on the charge of gambling. The Evi dence wa? conclusive and the judge im posed a fine, which was paid on th? .'pot. When the case adjourned the de fendant remained behind and aked the juige for a few m .mer.ts' conversation. "The case is over," he said, "and the fine has been paid, and it's settled as far as that goes, but I want to tell you how it hvippenei. You see, the cop told it? if we didn't ftup playing he'd run us in. W II, we were pluying a jack pot. I had an ace, three queens and a king before the draw. I discarded the ace .and king ami drew another n-jc-n. Tlu re were good hands out against mc and th.y tried to bluff me out. and I stayed with them. Now, what I wan' to know is what you w.uld have done in a case like that?" "Rayed with them if the gallows had b.en in sight" cried th excited judge. "Why in the rot me of common sense was not that evidcuoe brought out at the trial?" Salt. Lake Tribune. mi.IPIXOS ARE MUSICAL. Ptspire the fa"t that the Ameii -an troops are busily engajr d in 'suppres ting" Filipino rent Is. a striking demand for mu.-ical instruments from this country is bring made by the people over whom Acuinaldo one? rul. d. Consul Winter, writing from Anna- ! berg, recently referred to the fact that 1 there are few native Filipinos wh:i do j not play sumo musical instrument and that the musical talent among them is jrreat. The instrument. for which they rare most are mandolins, guitars, vio lins and flutes, and they have derived most of their supply thus far from Am 1'icanp. The average Filipino does not lavish money on his mi:?ical education, how ever, and is net able, as a rule, to buy exp- nsive instruments. The Tagals prefer instruments with a showy ex tell, r. and Consul Winter believes the archipelago offers a fine opportunity for the man who git- there so- n with a large supply of musical instruments. NlW Turk Herald. noUT OF THE WARP. Ten months of war In South Africa will cost Groat Britain $4UO,000.0n. or about S-in.oyo.coo a month, a sum far in excess of the estimate made when hos tilities began, and there will still be a heavy expense incurred in the work of pacification. But the people out of whose pockets this money must c m do not a pear to be dissatisfied, and have evidently no intention of offering a rebuke at the polls to those who hav been intrusted with the conduct of the campaign. Few of them, however know in what way this vast sum has been ixp:nded. and how stupendous has been the amount of mauuial re quired for bringing the conflict to a successful issue. We in Canada know that in sending 2.100 men our cutlay was ?2,C00.C00. but for their maintenance after they reached the theatre of the war we contributed almost nothing. Toronto Mail and Express. STOLE TIME CHECKS Dum-an MeTavlsh broke into the of- uce 01 f. e. br ute. resident engineer; of the Southern Pacific railroad at i Tucson. Friday night and took nine I time checks from that gentleman's j desk, which he attempted to cash. He ' successfully passed three of thtm, or.e ; for $12.25 on (. F. Hansen, then got j drunk an I was arrested by city jailor j Joseph Manciet and locked up this I morning. i McTavish is a member of the C- !o radu Springs lodge of the Unit, d Asso ciation of Journeymen Plumbers and was employed for a few days by the Southern Pacific. He received a time check from ll r. Srouf. thus learning the location of the office and where the blanks wore ke pt, and last night forced an entrance broke open the desk and departed 1 cash th - checks he look. Citizen. WELLINGTON'S LATEST. Senator Senator George 1.. Welling ton, of Maryland, is now credited with predicting from t'umberland not only that t'olonel Hryan will be elected this year, but that in 1H04 he will be "on the right (or gidd standard) side of the money question)." Kut, then. Senator Wellington has an extraordinary fac ulty of discovering things that never happened and prophesying things that never occur. New York Tribune. No one need suf fer from Indigestion or Dyspepsia. The I'.itlers i a sure cure icr tliese ns well e for Nervousness, Sleeplessness , Flatulency or Malaria Fever -atnlAgue All ilrugg'sts seU it. CELEBRATED ErW STOMACH ' a Fitter5 HOSTETTEifc H CELEBRATE" W EE SEE ifl rl CT'?7al:T?lirFC1BgF " - - The houses advertising under this hend are jjj uchu lecomnlenilH inein to people wuu euuiviiipiHie speuuuig me .uuimtsr duuuicij rj rj California. Those who may patronize them thrc rph reading the advertisements in the ij if Republican are rt-Bnertfullv reaucsted to mention this paper. E II ' " " IiOS RNGBIiES. W&mmm if Hotel Westminster LCS ANGELES, CAL AMERICAN AND EURO- MOST COMFORTABLE PE AN PLAN. 'J HOTEL IN THE CITY, Lioui sumoiEH fRTES F. O. JOHNSON, Pf0PRlET03. ARIZONA PEOPLE while stopping in L03 AngelesshouldeatatJERSEY CREAMERY RESTAURANT, Under NADEAU HOTEL, '211 and 216 West First Street. The only First-Class hnpular Priced Restaurant in the City. Orchestra During Lunch and Dinner. Everything the Market Affords. THE HOLLENBECK HOTEL Headquarters for Arizoniacr. American and European Plans. Central Locat:er. cr.d First -Cass Service. Special Summer Rates, Los Angeles, Cal. A. C. BILICKE & CO.. Props. liapga Rooms Hot and Cold Batb3 THE Corner YvTain and Second Streets, Los Aneeles, Ca'. Ftirnished roomn, Finale or en r.-'ite. Central location. Modern conven iences, ttorveuieiit to I'er.iiitii-ftnis, thrnters mid postotTice. Kleetriecars to all purls of the tit; pass the ciucr. .Entrance 10ti East Second street. u ui le9 u n i v a w RATES: fl.CC 3? per SP7, flO.CO and up per week, Special rates to large parties 01 fam ilies. Write fcr C7 ci.Il at Arizona Republican for booklet ..The HAFEIN.. Neatly Furnished Rooms. Hot and cold Baths. 34-t South Hill Ml l-fw Angeles, Cal. t.'afc iu connection with liouse. MBS. M. J. KNOX, HOTEL SILVER CITY. First-clas niotl-Tii rooms single or ensnite. Coolest and roost attractive outside roomR in city at low Summer ones. Ktrietlv lirst-class, 6.00 to I'JO.oO per month. 503 W. Sixth Ktreet, Corner Olive, LOS ANiELES, CAL. Parties visitin; LOS AM! ELKS, CAL., will tind handsomely furnished rooms at "THE MILTON," 5.;n'j South Broadway. Building ami Furniture New. Hot Water in all Rooms. Private Baths. Everything Complete and Absolutely Modern. Management Strictly First-Class. GEO. D. ROWAN. Hotel Ltincoln, Favorite Hotel lor Arizoiiiaus. W. J SHfiTH Ocean "View. Nicely Furnished Rooms With or Without Board. Only a Short Distance from Electric Car Line. Rooms for Light Housekeeping. HOTEL REDONDO COOL SEASIDE RESORT Best Place to Spend a Vacation JOSEPH H. BOHON, Manager. Kedondo, California. TERIYlI.NALl THE GOHDOTS3" AEMS TERMINAL ISLAND, CAL. IS an Ideal Place to Spend the Hot Summer Months Hotel First-class; J2.50 to $4 Per Day. Bathing, Boating, Fishing the Beat on the Pacific Coast. Six Trains Daily to Los Angelea. GARDEN CITY RESTAURANT THE OLDEST TN THB fTTT Enjoys the best standing with trades men. Buys everything at spot sash prte ana rives the oest zsc meal. TUCK HING & CO. Ti and M Washington St., east f Ja- j ih Cn Priavte rooms for faaalllas TMelrsta. U.IOr ainvta anaala 1 Phoenix Restaurant j The het nd eheipest e" nir horse in the i i!v MeH's ut all hull's. Civil mm courteous si ov-ire tendered . Altera 'onu dusty rule n 1 town ranelieis lir.d rcM nud piod luenls ni 1 lie ; Phoenix Restaurant I 23 S. First Avenue, Opposite Court House Plazn. ( THE ! California Resfauranti North Firt Avenue. Opposite Arizona (inzcttc. Jast Opened. give the best weals in tQwn. neat. We - It' reliable and well conducted. The Repub- HI NATICK HOUSE LOS ANGELES, CAL. RATKfl: $1.25 to $3.00 per day. Latter with pri vate bathn. Rooms 50c up. The most popular house in Los Angeles for Ari zona poople. lias just added a third utory and now eontnins 175 rooms, all newly furnished with running water and elevator. Thirty suiteB with private baths. free Bub to and trom all trains. cn rn rtuii v hatfi Sixth and Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. H. C. Fryman, Prop. For t years manager of the Mt. Lowe Hotels THE ROSSAORE. Elegantly Furnished rooms 416 Wcat Siith St. Los Angeles, Cal. Centrally Located. PEOPEIBTOE. EUROPEAN PLAN, Opposite the Park. C. W. SCOTT, Manager. YORKE Hill street, nt-ar Second, Los Angeles, California. The Leading Family Hotel. Appointments first-class. Ppeeial rates for the Summer. Dndcr Now Management. A . VERGE. Prop. JVIOrilCA. V. H. BENSON, Prop-, 318 Ocean Avenue, Santa Monica, Cal. ISUflfJD. f Center Street Meat Market A. WF.TT.FT?. PrnnriotA. ! Kit Choice Barbecued Meats and piiine ems 111 Beef. Pork, Veal and I Mutton. ' PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES : CAl.l. AT j Center Street Meat Market ! Hi X. Center Street. Telephone Site:. California Pasaoena Miss Orion's Classical SCHOOL F0K GIRLS. New buildings, cynuniMuni, special care of health. Knt ire eliiirire taken 01 pupils lor Calendar year, if desired. Certificate admits to Eastern Colleges. The Cheapest Place in Arizona To buy first-class PIANOS and ORGANS, Sheet Music and Small Instruments. PIANO IN GOOD CONDITION, 830. W. S. Jenkins' Temple of Music Si If. ashington S.. Piioenijt, Aril, BANKS THB Phoenix National Bank, PHOENIX, ARIZONA. Paid Up Capital $1B9,M Surplus and Undivided ProflU.- i(,M4 B. B. GAGE, President. C. J. HALL. Viee-Preidnt. E. B. KNOX, Cashier. Lk B. LARIMER, Aj t Cuhln Steel-Lined Vaults and Steel Safety Deposit Boxes. General Banking Easiness Drafts luted on all the principal eltlM of the world. DIRECTORS. JAS. A. FLEMING. C. J. HALL. G. B. RICHMOND.F. S. BELCHER. B. HETMAN. F. M. MURPHT. D. M. FERRY. E. B. GAGE. T. W. PEMBERTON. THB National Bank of Arizona, PHOENIX. ARIZONA. CAPITAL PAID UP UOO.MH SURPLUS U.0 ElfT, GANZ, President. SOL LEWIS, Vic-J-Preiant. S. OBKRFELDER. CaWr JOHN J. SWEENEY, Asst. Cashier. Directors: Emil tiantz, Sol Lewis, J. Y. T. Smith, Charles lioldmau, S. Oberfelder, E. M. Dorris, Jos. Tlialheimcr. CORRESPONDENTS. The Bank of California.. San Francisco Laidlaw & Co New York National Bank of Commerce... St. Louis Nat'l Bank of Commerce.. Kansas City First National Bank Chicago Colorado National Bank Denvei Farmera' & Merchants' Nat'l Bank Los Angelei Consolidated Nat'l Bank Tucson Bank of Arizona Prescotl Messrs. N. M. Rothschilds & Sons... London ESTABLISHED 1893. THE PRESCOTT NATIONAL BANK ! PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. Capital Paid in - - - $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits - 35,000.00 FRANK M. MURPHT. President. MORRIS OOLDWATER, Vlce-Prest. HENRT KINSLEY, Cashier. C. O. ELLIS, Assistant Caskis. DIRECTORS; FRANK M. MURPHT. MORRIS GOLD WATER. H. KINSLEY. R. N. FREDERICKS. JOHN C. HERNDON. E. B. GAGE. D. M. FERRY. Accounts of Individuals, firms and corporations solicited on favorabls terms. THE VALLEY BANK OF PHOENIX. ARIZONA. Paid Up Capital tlN.IM Surplus K.ttt "WM. CHRISTY, President. J. C. KIRKPATRICK,Vlce-Pres?JBt W. D. FULWILER, Cashier. LLOYD B. CHRISTY. Asst. Cashisr Drafts Issued on all of the Important cities of the United States and Europt Discount Commercial Paper and Do General Banking Business. Office Hours, 9 a. m. to I p. m. DIRECTORS. M.H.SHERMAN. WM. f'HRISTY. E. J.BENNfTT. J. ti. K I ft K PATRICK F. C. HATCH. W. I). FULWILEB LLOYD B. CHRISTY. CORRESPONBENTS. Am. Exchange Nat'l BanK New Tor Am. Exchange Nat'l BanK Chicago First National Bank Los Angele Bank of Arizona Prescott. AXIS The Anglo-California Bank aaji JTranclsco. t&l 36 Nassau St., New York. F1SK & ROBINSON, Bankers AND Dealers in Investment Securities. Deposit Accounts of Banks, Bankers, Firms, anil Individuals received, sub ject to sight draft. Interest allowed on balances. C'orresiMindence invited from Corporations. Trusties and other conservative investors. Orders on the New York Stock Exchange executed on commission for cah. HARVEY EDWARD FISK. G FORGE H.ROBINSON, Member New York Stock Eichnse WITHOUT BEING PUMPED we'll gladly toll vim hM BboiiJ o ii r I'utnpine Plants. We'll no' only tell voa all we know about them, but will wivi vmi the pinnrience of others In tneir own vorli. Just nmil us a poMHl with "How abnut Pumping Planus!" ami your aihlrcss on the back. Webw G-a and Gasoline Engine Co. i-i'J S. Y. Boulevard, Kansas i:itv. Mo. 4 " HOME SAYINGS BANK AND TRUST CO. PHOENIX, ARIZONA. CHARLES F. AINSWORTH, Pretft. S. M. M'COWAN. Vice-PresldenL R. H. GREENE, Secretary. Authorized Capital . tlH.MI I Hours: 9 a. m. to 3 p. ro. Saturdays: 9 a. m. to 7 p. m. Interest on deposits. No commission on loans. HUGH H. PRICK, Cashier and Treasurer. DIRECTORS. CHARLES -F. AINSWORTH, . B. M. M'COWAN. HUGH H. PRICE. ANCIL MARTIN. R, H. GREENE. Investigate Thoioughly. Before you purchase a typewriter. The Smith-Premier is the best. Bicycle and typewriters repaired. E. M. DEPEW & CO. HH Bonth Flrt A vans Bargains for August 4 lots on First avenue near Van Ifurcn $500 each 40 acres under Maricopa canal; im proved; alfalfa, well, house and barn. $3,000 1C0 acres, one mile from Phoenix, in alfalfa; water rights Maricopa and Grand $12,000 W, J. MURPHY, O'Neill Block, MERCHANTS ATTENTION! OUR SPECIALTIES j Pure Cream, Full Cream Caeese, The Best Cn amerv Butter. You may pay a little more, perhaps, for our Brand, than for that which is rcpresepted as JUST AS GOOD, but YOU WANT THE BEST, and you want your orders filled promptly. You get both from The Maricopa Creamery Co. PHOENIX. ARIZONA. TF.LKPMOMR 1R7. One Dollar Saved ly waiting until you reach Mari copa and lake a nice, cool 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 patronage. Sleeping Car Companies don't need it. J.V.Edwards, Proprietor. UCO. U.IISLLIGEU JOS FlFIBLD. JSatlm&tes furnished. Fifield & Gallagher GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS Booms 11, 12 and 13 O'Neill Buildln. PHOENIX, ABIZONA. PO. Box 573. ..THE PALACE.. UIRSCHFELD & PERKINS, PBOPRIETOKB. IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC Wines, Liquors and Cifars PHOENIX. ARIZONA CASTLE CKiSEK HOT SPRINGS OF ARIZONA. Open all summer. Take trains on the S. F. P. & P. R. R. for Hot Springs Junction, where good accommodation are provided. Stage leaves Hot Springs Junction at 10:30 a. m. daily, except Sunday. The physicians consider sum mer the best time to cure Rheumatism. Pools of different temperature. For terms and Information address C. M. COLHOUN, MANAGER Ht Sprin jJ, Yavi paj Co., Art?.