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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: 31 ON DAY 3IORNING, AUGUST 27, ' 1900.
The Arizona Republican THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN ARIZONA THAT IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY. IN THE YEAR, CHARLES C. RANDOLPH, Editor and Proprietor Exclusive Morning Associated Press Dispatches. The only Perfecting Press la Arl sana. The only battery of Linotype In Arizona, ( Publication office: 36-38 East Adama street. Telephone No. 47. Entered at the postofflce at Phoenix, Arizona, ns mail matter of the second class. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By mail, daily, one year $9.00 Weekly, one year 2.00 Cash la advance. BY CARRIER Dally, per month S .75 Washington bureau, 600 Fourteenth treet, N. W. PHCBiriX. ATOUST 27. 190O' NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. For President WILLIAM M'KINLEY OHIO. Tor Vice-President THEODORE ROOSEVELT HEW YORK. ' As a reason for only three of the thirty-six Grand Army posts in Philadel , phia sending delegues CAN'T STAND BRYAN. to the national encamp ment at Chicago, Mr. Morrison, the state d-- partment commander. says it-is due to the invitation sent to Mr. Bryan. The old soldiers argu vtfch. good reason thati Bryan's at tendance can only be for politic il reasons. Bryan's sole business in life Is ofllee hunting. As a candi date for office he was invited. H Is not a veteran of the civil war. and n i reason can be given for his presence at the G. A. R. encampment except his liolfi.lcal aniblUon. It is customary to invite the president, as the highe.-t offi cer of the land, anJ Major McKinley is a Union veteran and a membtr of the IS. A. R. There is no p.ililics abut his attendance, But w'j.h regard '.o Bryan, J the old soldKrs say a candidate wa never before invited; they protest against politics being injec ted iatuVfce encampment, and many, who would have gone to 'it otherwise, away. will stay The parallel between the cas-'s of the Tagals and the Boers grows plostr us the organized res's'.anci A of the latter, narrows to CLOSE two mountain camps. PARALLEL. This leaves the greater part of the country ready for the softer processes of eUil rule, except for the provocation of the people of the pacified districts by th? neighborhood of fellow burghers i:i arms to acts inconsistent with its obli gations. The Boers are not thieves r savages, and it Is Improbable that Gen- I cral Roberts will be compelled at any on th(I(,Kical subj, cts. There is hard time to treat them as bandits. In truth ly an Icelander, no matter h w humble, he wished to treat them as civil sub- who if not only well versed in the lit ..wt h.if their cnniioue.l hiea.hos of erature of his own land, but also t - - ...... , .,, , l ...o,r.r,l:i.l Allegiance ami peace '""-- " him to treat them as conquered en- emies when quiet and as prisoneis of war when detected in acts of hostility. This necessary severity seems to be du? wholly to the assistance afforded to th; enemy by burghers on their farms, and not at all to the fixilish plot cooked up in Pretoria for the abduction of Lord . folimving. explanation of the rash act: Roberts. That has been discovered by ; Twenty years ago M. Centhi and an the evidence before the court martia'. other young man quarreled about a as the pothfluse valor of a crapulous ! !ad'- a"a agreed to s.ttle makers by . . , , , ., .Ian American duel. M. Centhi drew the foreign legionary under man.pulation o. back ba Mu .hai ntt ,h(f couraRV to a spy whose American origin is to be Kiloot himSt.f. but on tvery anniversary deplored here. Apparently the victim -of the dta ii balloj he l-eceived from will be punished only for breaking hi? parole "to discourage the others." The democrats are characteristically careless in their employment of words. They speak of the Fili IT'S FN- pinos as one people and CONSTI- one nation and speak -,f TUTIONAL the insurrection as an insurrection of that peo- pie and nation. This is sheer ignor- I . . ancc ami DHiueruasn. l no insurreciion ; is of about one-sixth of a tribe In the island of Luzon, whose emissaries, how ever, have tried to ignite trouble in one or two of the other islands. There can be no comparison made be tween the many Filipino tribes of dif ferent races and languages and Un people of Cuba, or the people of a South American republic. The Filipinos have never made any step toward being a self-governing nation, and are inca pable of doing so.. Aguiualdo, who is himself a nomad Chinese half-bre d, ! .... . .... . ,. j would attempt to institute a Tagj oil- ! garchy and despotism over the Wards. J Common sense should inf irm anybody . that he would only create internecine war and anarchy. The term "Fili pinos" includes the Tagals, the Ylscay ans, the Macabebees. the Negritos, the Sulus and the rest of them. The Bryan. ite scheme for handling this (iu'stio:i is absurdly impracticable. "Resides It is unconstitutional. Whe:e In the constitution is there any auth.r- Ity, expressed or implied, for the sur- render by our government of Rove.- elsnty over the Philippines if they are under the constitution and an integral part of the fnited States as they un doubtedly are. by the treaty of Palis, the ratification of which Hrvan he p d to secure? If we can dispose of one in- tegial part, why not another.' Granting the right to abandon sovereignty, and give up territory that is as fully cov - cred by the constitution as any part of our continental domain, where does that right end? Thca-e is no FUeh authority in th constitution. The broadest interpret; r of that instrument never has endeav ored to find such authority there. Ti.e dinted States has given up territory to which it believed it had a good title, but that was only in the ease of a con troversy over a correct boundary lin Never has the I'nited States surren dered an integral part of its territory to which it had that clear, undisputed title it has to the Philippines. The valley needs water storage. Th? tiuestion of Ways and means will be discussed at the Dorris theater Friday morning. Every business man and every farmer in the valley ought to at tend that meeting. Line up for the water storage meet ing Friday morning. OLD DEMOCRAT ON BRYANISM. Joseph Lindauer. of Nashville. Teiin., well known in southern political circles, was questioned last night at the Tou raine on the present political situation in the soti.Ti. Said he: "Tile demo cratic party oday i? an old woman d incing frantically to the music of Wil liam Jennings Bryan's pistol practice. With skirts grasped tightly and liftel high, she is hopping ungracefully up and drwn while Bryan cheers her on, s'houting, 'Dance, old lady, dance!' "I was a democrat, bu'i I refused t.i submfl to a man who i worse tvan an Imperialist, who is an absolute dietaipr of the American people. "Silver is not the most damnable thing aoout the platform on which Bryan stands. The clause, 'We are on- posed ,to the ,aw by ,njuncti(m-. mea7ls anarchism and riot." Boston Evening Record. IN 1S36 AND IN 1900. Yesterday at South Chicago the Illi nois Steel company paid to its 6.000 workmen $218,000 f r two weeks' work. Four years ago it was paying to 1- ss than half that number of workmen much less than half that amount of money. In 1S!)6 the be.-'t common work man got only $1.20 a day. Now- the lowest pay given to any common la borer is $1.50 a day. Wages are on the. average 2." per c?nt higher than they Wi re four years ago and work is stead ier. The plant of the Illinois Steel company has been running every day th's year. a::d units;' there is an im probable change In the situation, then1 ! will be no shutdown "his year. As two ntw blast furnaces are building, the number of men in the company's em ploy will be much larger soon than It is now. Chicago Tribune. ICELANDERS IN AMERICA. Iceland has been celebrating the nirrth century of the introduction of Christianity in !;.he far north inland. It tras Olaf. king of Norway, who sent over the first priests. Longfellow gives a 'fomewhai. humouTo,us aceouiK of the reception of Olafs emissary. "Drunk til Thangbiand.' Who came away tiulte ?.s disgusted wi!:h t!V Icelanders 'as they were with him. In North Dako ta and Manitoba there are many thous and Icelanders. They are thrifty fann ers, well colt::i-ed ntvl irrf- ili.niitrr.s ibooks.-Chicago Chroniel j TAt'NTED INTO DEATH. The other day M. Carl Centlii, direct or of th. savings bank all Ki.-hen, in Hungary, committed suicide by shoot ing himself with a revolver and at his fenei-a! lhf oflieintlner nrier I'm his antagonis-t a ktt r taunting him with cowardite. At last, in sheer de spair under his persecution, he ha 1 car ried . ut"he fatal pact. London Ex press. o KAIiLY FALL ADVERTISING The approaching autumn will witness an inerea.-e of human energy and a re vival of all the activities that have lan- , ' L , n ".." " summer. Lvtryb- dy will uLscover new wan(s in preparing for the coming months. Thos.- advertisers who will be first In the field will have an obvious advantage not only- in supplying the immediate needs of the community, but also in being able to Kad people to form the habit of dealing with them before the competition for trade shall bee me t-v.arpest. Philadelphia Record. MEN OF HIGH CHARACTER. Foreign go ronienU n-ogniz the exceptional hardships ( f servit in h n climates by irurea.-ing from no to Iel ctm- l"p l,a rI military ana civil officials obliged to strve in the hot . . , . . 4r. , countries of Asia, Africa and the West in,,?. lt 8 ,inl. tkat a similar provl- n wa.- made f r our own offi ials. Men of th: highest character and the sternest integrity are needed abroad where 'tihera is r.o cheek on the ab'is" (f pov:r except character, and th y Fhould be properly provided fT. Chi cago News. I.OXnON WANTED DALY'S HOOKS. English book collet-tors are i:i a Iral humor owing to the failure of their ef- r . . . 11... ., 1 . r tl.n 1.. 1 - M. t ., i toi n i r.e v tilt- ii- ti i tie id i . .hi. . v ia - frustin Daly's labrary transferred to England. They p. mr ridicule upon the I way in which his bo ks have been cat alogued and soil this week in New York. t' plainly joins? of th - treasures j can bo ill spared from English libra ' ri.-s. Six volumes of "Johiisoniana" fontains the MS. of Johnson's scheme j 'or,h'8, -Honar- and the original draft of his immortal letter : Lord chesterfield. An extra initiated copy of Cannon Ainprer's iditinn of Charles j Lamb's litter.- include fif:y-eight of the original '"'ttc rs from Lamb to Manning ana oieri;.g. i neie are a:;o n:ie scow an 1 Thackery collections. London Globe. ANARCHY. The anarchists should be broken up or driven out of the country, law or no law Memphis Commercial-Appeal. No: there fire no tongue-tied people in our great commonwealth. If Bryan wants to talk 16 t i 1 and can pay for the hall an 1 the brass band, we can't tether him. But wh n the polls op?n we can talk back 'like an avalanche. And the anarchist Is equally efferves cent. Let him fizz until his breath gives out. but when he picks up a brick then 'he must -take his chances with all the other prisoners. We never hit a man for saying something, only when he does something. New York Herald. MRS. ASTOIi ISN'T HARD I'P. One of the itrustres of the Astor estate authorizes a sttat- ment to set at rest certain rumors as to .Mrs. William As tor's financial statc.o. He says she has an annual income of $.'i0,000 from a trust set aside by her husband, an, in ad dition, .'ho enjoys a larg? annual income from lv r son's estate. The sjcurilies set aside to provide the $."0,000 a year have b:en so remunerative that there Is a large surplus, and the friendly suit lately b; gun was to determine what was to be done with this extra money. One thing is certain, and that is that Mrs. Astor has enough to keep the wolf from her door f :r the term of her natural life. EXPENSIVE ITEMS OF WAR. Tt is fortunate, in view of the fact that af ;er th ? battl of Mo Ider river ill -.rent lies in some pl.icts were knee deep in cap. ridge cases, that cartridges are not very expensive, costing the royal labratory, in the. case or .SOtJ-inch cor dite cartridges with bulb : for small arnti, abovti-' 'M a thousand to make, a pri'.-e somewhat suggestive of stock taking sab : -and nlaiming sacrifices. In this engagement ne batallion of grenadier.- fired 5J.O00 c-artri Jgts (say Sl.oin worth), and a battaKon of th C-Jo-il-ivams 125.(i00: whobf-aV value $2,5n. MI ST HAVE A REPRESENTATIVE. It is a postulate of Chinese ethics thai: no branc h of any family should be allowed to be without i.s living repie rintative, in order that the aticestnil rite- may be ut ly perform .1. As i oonstaiiily happens that h re are no son.-; it become-s n'-eessary lo pt t-h se t;f other brotht rs, o:- f. tiling tluse the g:indson of an tmele, er t'l.- gi .'int; t:i of a grand-uncle. Sons thus adopt ed are on the same footing as if they were own children, and cannot be dis placed by such 'ions born later. Chi cago Inter-Octan. AN EVIDENCE OF GOOD FAITH. "Concerning this charge of official corruption they av beginning to whis per against you, s:-nator," confidential ly enquired ;h; man with th? soiled hand and the note book, "have you anything to give out for publk-ation?" "I have something to give out. yov.ng man." responded Senator Lotsmun. darkly, "but it is not for publication." Thill there was a clinking, metalli. sound, and all was still. Chicago Trib une. HAMILTON'S NAME OMITTED. Akxandcr Hamilton was not only ore of the greatest constructive statesmen who evt r lived: he wa also a New Yorker. Yet the New York committ-e appointed to compile a list of t!o4 gr at Americans, from which M0 are to be chosen for inscript! n in the hall of fame, omitted the nnir.e of Alexander Hamilton. SOMETHING LACKINU. "Yes." said t'.te proprietor of the sum -nitr resort "We've got a beautiful place here, the society's all right, and we're d.lr.g a gJl business. But tvi can't all it a Chautauqua. We haven't a shoot-the-chutes." and there ain't any fish in these waters." Chicago Trib une, i WHAT MICHT HAVE BEEN. If the Kentucky democrats bad iu v, r passed the obnoxious tloebel law it would not have been necessary t: call an extra session of the legislnluiv to aim nd il. Incidentally, no oiv wo-il I have been on trial for the murder of tloebel. f--t. Paul Pioneer Vress. NuT (U1I.TV. Many a young lawyer suspi-cled of iiaving talent has been tried and ac quitted. Chicago News. Them? ought to be some limit of time fixed for springing new presidential tickets. St. Louis Giobe-IXniocrat. A Weak Stomach Is the cause of all disease. It makes impure bl,-d. and this enfeebles the licai t. lung.-. liv r and kidneys. Sli'.niht n the digcsi ive organ.- with li '..-.'.l ttt i's .St -mat h iLtluis, au.i your iieulth will improve. Kveryone needs it to keep .he bcwels from beejming ehjggitl. To thi.-e who have trijd other renit ai ?s in vai::, this will prove worth its wrighi in gold. Our PRIVATE Itir.T..rE STAMP covers the nec.'tf of ' Just as Good STOMACH UIT1ERS Sputtyen? ?alifon)ia -Hotels. & The houses advertising under this head arc reliable and well conducted. The Kepub- fcj liean leeouimi-mls them to people who contemplate spending the suiiimer lu Southern pfj California. Those who may palronlze ihem thro ;gh readini; iLe advertisement in the U Republican ftre respectfully requested to mentioi. this paper. e uos nrfGEiiEs. Hotel Westminstet7 LOS ANGELES, CAL AMERICAN AND EURO PEAN PLAN. jt jt LiOCa SUOIOIEP, HMTES F. O. JOHNSON, POPRIETO. ARIZONA PEOPLE while stoppinp in Los Angeles should eat at J tRSEY CREAMERY RbSTAU RANT, Undxr NAOEAU HOTEL, 214 and "10 West F:r.-t Street. The only First-class Popular Priced Kestuurant iu the ( ity. Orchestra Uuring Luiieti' and Dinner. Fverythins the Market Aft Tils. THE HOLLENBECK HOTEL Headquarters American and European Plans. Service. Special Summer Ilatt: Los An&eles, Cal. A, C. BILICICE CO., Preps. lisrga Rooms Hot and Cold 2etl-3 Corner Main zr.d i ieiiv3. C'oro-en t-o hi! l:i.lts ot tn For 4 years manager ol the Mt. Lowe Hotels p;r tt.-, f 'J.CO and up per week, opecial rales to large parties or faai 1 st Ariactm Republican fir booklet RATES: ?-:i;-C k: ilics. Write for or t ; Neatlv Furni-dicd Rooms. Hot and cold Baths. I Kleirantly Furnished rooms 344 South Hill si Lo- Angeles, Cal. 416 West Sixth St. Los Angeles, Cal. Caie ia connection v.ith house, , Centrally Located. MRS. M. 3. KNOX, PSOPEIETOR. HOTEL SILVER CITY. First-Has nuMlt-ru rooms sincle r er.su itp. f invSinriim-rriii.-s. wtnrt ! v tirst-t lrtsa, o.uu to Olive, LOri ANuKLKS, CAL. I'artios visiting l.Q$ ANiiELKS, CAL., will MILTON, Stir South Kroadwar. Building and Furniture New. Hot Water in all Fcoo:ns. 1'rivate Batiis. Everythinc Con:piete and Absolutely Modern. Management Strictly First-Clas. GEO- Hotel Liincoln, Favorite Hotel lor Arizoiiiaiis. W. J SAflTR Ocean View, 3 Nicely Kuruished Itooms With or Without Car Liue. Rooms for Liitht HouekeepinK. MOTEL REDOftDO COOL SEASIDE RESORT as Best Place to Spend a Vacation JOSEPH H BOHON, IVlanaj Redondo, TERfIiriflll TPIE GOKDO"NT AEMS TERMINAL iSLAND, CAL. IS an Ideal I'laee to Spend tho Hot Summer Months Hotel First-class; J2.50 to tl Per Day. Bathing, Boating, Fishing the Best on the Fa.ciflc Coast. Six Trains Daily to Los Angeles. HAN AMIiRlC x PLAN THE K. II. SMITH. d.l -tiihle Siiuiiin-r Home fir A I :.: .lm 1 cm ' -t I ri le d ,ni. rcelr . ti - v. tin in I Ml ,, lieu . hiiilse. Aeriiiiiir.inlMiL lor t'eiiui.er'-ial lne:i. I. e,-yliilr: t: t elas-. Fitth at cl A Streets, 8 All DIEOO. Califorria. GARDEN CITY RESTAURANT TH3 OLDE8T I'M THS OITT Enjoy the bet standing with tra!e men. Buys everything at spot ca prle . and rle th best 2Se- mial. j TL'CR HI NO & CO. i II and 1-i VT aching ton St.. east of J j ffo Vrive room. f-r famlliM I TlcVt. U Bit afnrl mata. Vm I Phoenix Restaurant ' The bet a?d ehe-T'e-t entiii,; lioiise in the city. Mea-s nt nil hoios. civil nnd courteous servire tendered. Altera lone dustv ride tn town laiH-lii-rs li ml ret und isood nititls at the Phoenix Restaurant 23 S. First Avenue, Opposite Court House PlJia. ei NATICK MOUSE LOS ANGELES, CAL. RATES: 1.25 to $3.00 per day. Latter with pri vate bflthfl. Rooms Hyv. lip. The most populnr hou.se in Los Angclos for A ri zor.H people. Hhs just Hfi.lcd a thinl pory and now roinnins 1" roou;5, all newly furnishoM, v, itb running WHter and eUvaior. 'liiirty fciiites with private buths. Free Bub to and trcm all trains. MOST COMFORTABLE HOTEL IN THE CITY. for Arizcrsiar.t. Central Lccatlcn the YORKE Second Streets. Los Angeles, CaU tr on ". ( tntra.i location. Jiotitrn conven ; revlM'.it-Hiii, theUTs and postoflice. Klertric: cars SELECT FAMILY HOTEL Sixth and Broadway, Los Augules, Cal. 11. C. Fryman, Prop. TUG ROSSMORE:. EUROI'tAX PLAN", Opposite tbe I'ark. C SCOTT, Manaarr. -ooltst ariJ most ltra: tivf outside rooms in ritv hi rJJ.UO per raoutn. . bixia toirett, corner fiml handsomely furuiKhed rooms at "THE D. ROWAN. Hill Strci t, utar becoml, I.os Angeles, California. The Lt-ading Family Hotel. Appointments first-elass. Special rates lor the Summer. Under Now MauagemenC. A . VERGE, Prop. NIONICA. W. H BENSON, Prop.', 1H (leeau Avenue, Sauta Monica, Cal. Board. Only ft Short Distance Ironi Electric :er." California. ISUAJ4D. DIEGO. CKN TKAI.l V. I.OI ATKD HELIX Center SirpctMecit Market A. WE1LER. Proprietor, 'iir Choice Barbecued lieat.s mid iniine cuts of Beet, Pork, Veal and Mntton. FRICES TO SUIT THE TIEIES CM I. AT Center Street Meat Market 111 . t'eiller Str-'et. 'l elei lione -'ii::. Ciif-rnia Pasanena Miss Orion's Classical SCE00L F0K GIRLS. New liuiMinir--, irynillaililil, speeial can: of health. Ihiiire rharire lakeu ol pupils for Cnlenilar year, if desired. Certilieate aillnits to Maslelll Coheres. THE Phoenix Rational Bank, PHOENIX, ARIZONA. Paid Up Capital $1M,W Surplus and Undivided Profits..- lt,Wt E. B. GAGE, President. C. J. HALL, Vice-President. E. B. KNOX. Cashier. L. B. LARIMKll. Ass't Cuhtcr SteeMined Vaults and Steel Safety Deposit Boies. General Banking Easiness Drafts lined on all the principal citlet of the world. DIRECTORS. JAS. A. FLEMINQ.C. J. HALL. G. B. RICHMOND. F. S. BELCHER. B. HEYMAN. F. M. MURPHI. D. M. FERRY. E. B. GAGE. T. W. PBMBERTON. THE National Bank of Arizona, PHOENIX, ARIZONA. CAPITAL PAID UP 100,0M SURPLUS SI.0M EMiXi GANZ, President. BOL LEWIS, Vica-Presltlat. B. OBERFF.LDER. CafHw JOHN J. SWEENEY, Asst. Cashier. Directors: Emil fiantz. Sol Lewis, .T. Y. T. Smith, Charles Gnl.lmnn, S. Obcrfelder, E. M, Dorris, Jos. Thallieiiner. CORRESPONDENTS. The Bank of California.. San Frpnclsco Laidlaw & Co New York National Bank of Commerce... St. Louis Nat'l Bank of Commerce. .Kansas City First National Bank Chicago Colorado National Bank Denver Farmers' & Merchants' Nat'l Bank Los Angeles 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 - ' - - $t00,000.0C Surplus and Profits - 35,000.00 FRANK M. 1TTJRPHT, President. MORRIS C-OLDWATER, Vice-Prest. HENRY KINSLET, Cashier. C. O. ELLIS, Assistant Cashier. DIRKCTORS; FRANK M. MURPHY. MORRIS OOLDWATEH. H. KINSLEY. R. N. FREDERICKS. JOHN C. HERN DON. E. B. GAGE. D. M. FERRY. Accounts of Individuals, firms and corporations solicited on favorable terms. THE VALLEY BANE OF PHOENIX. ARIZONA. Paid TJp Capital flM.tM Surplus W,Mt YVM. CHRISTY, President. J. C. KIRKPATRlCK.Vlce-PresiJitt W. D. tfTJLWlLER, Cashier. LLOYD B. CHRISTY, Asst. Cashiar Drafts Issued on all of the Important cities of the United States and Europe Discount Commercial Paper and Do General Banking: Business. Office Hours, 8 a. m. to i P. na. 1JIRECTOK3 M. tT.SHKRMAN. tt'M. (TI RLSTY. E. .I.BKS.NITT. J. ;. KIKKPATRIUK F. C. HATCH. W. I). KCLWlLJiii 'LLOYD B. t'li KloT Y. CORRESPONDENTS. Am. Exchange Nat'l BanK New Tors Am. Exchange Nat'l llanK Chicago First National Bank Los Angeles Bank of Arizona Prescotu Avis The Anglo-CBlitornia Bank San Francisco. Cal 36 Nassau St., New York. FISK & ROBINSON, Bankers AND Dealers ia Investment Securities. Deposit Accounts of Banks. Bankers, Firms, and Individuals received, sub ject to sight draft. Interest allowed on balances. Correspondence invited from Corporations. Trustees and other conservative investors. Orders on the New York Stock Exchange executed on commission for ca?l.. HARVEY KPWAP.n FIK. Ci'OKGK H. KOB1NSON, Member New York 8tnck Exrhftnst WITHOUT BEING PUMPEDfe we-llcia.liylel! II Voll llll IlllOUt 9 o ii r I'uin pine Plnnts. We'll no', only toil von h 1 1 we know h It o u t tliein, lint will eive you tiie exiierieiiee of others In their own wonl. Just mail us h liostal with "How ii lini 1 1 Piimpiu Planu!" ami your ail'lress on the hack. Weber Ga and Gasoline Ensrine Co 4US. W. lionlevartt. Kuiimis l ily, .Mo. HOME SAYINGS BANK AND TRUST CO. PHOENIX, ARIZONA. CHARLES F. AINSWORTH, Pres't. S. M. M'COWAN, Vice-President. R. II. GREENE, Secretary. Authorized Capital .iih,n Hourn: 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Saturdays: S a. m. to 7 p. m. Interest on deposits. No commission on loans. HUCH II. PRICE. Cashier and Treasurer. DIRECTORS. CHARLES F. AINSWORTH, 8. M. M'COWAN, HUGH H. PRICE. ANCIL MARTIN. R. H. GREENE. BICYCt.ES and TYPEWRITERS Rented and Repaired Official Repairrr ancf the National Cish Rgistcr. E. M. DEPEW & CO. J Smith jrtrat A v. Bargains for August 4 lots on First avenue near Van Buren $50O each 40 acres under Maricopa canal: im proved; alfalfa, well, house and barn. S3.000 1G0 acres, one mile from Phoenix, in alfalfa; water lights Maricopa and Grand $12,000 W. J. MURPHY, O'Neill Block. MERCHANTS r ATTENTION ! OUR SPECIALTIES Pore Cream, Full Cream Caeese, The Best Creamerv Butter. Yoo may pay a little more, perhaps, for our Brand, than for t&at which is represented 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. TRLPPHftN R 1R7 One Dollar Saved ly waiting until ymi reach Mari copa and lake a nice, cool com fortable room at the New Kd wards Hotel. Train arrives 8:45; leaves for Tucson and Kl Paso at 4 a. m. Give us your patronage. Sleeping Car Companies don't need it. J.V.Edwards, Proprietor. Geo. R. Gallaghee Jos Fipibld. Estimates furnished. Fifeld & Gallagher GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS Rooms 11, 13 and 13 O'Neill Building. PHOENIX, ARIZONA. P O. Box 573. THE PflLflCE.. HIRSCHFELD & PERKINS, PltOPRIKTOB8. IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC Wises, Liquors and Cigars oUflFN I V ARIZONA . CASTLE CREEK HOT SPRINGS OF ARIZONA. Open all summer. Take trains on the S. F. I'. & P. It. R. for Hot tarings Junction, where good accommodations 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 at different temperature. For terms and Information address C. iM. COLHOUN, MANAGER Hot Springs, Yavapai Co.. Arij.