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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 27, 1900.
The New Densmore Typewriter j'T We wish to. close out the balance of our Men's Linen and PRICE $100. Is Just as far ahead of other typewriters, as ever. They are very simple in construction, und durable. UNCLE SAM LIKES THE DEN MORE And purchased three I'L'NS.MOKE.S from us last month, for use ,ii (lie Indian School at l'hoenix, where the Indians will be taught the use of tli" typewriters. is (Ik- finest, strongest, safest, most reliulile and most durable mill on the market. We are a. -'ts for Ilia mill, and would be glad to r.aki' Veil wires ai:d cxniain its merits. D. H. BURTIS', 31-33 E. Washington Street Meet! quarters for Dairy Snrpies. if iT OUR GIMRAMCE i lie Daaoy windmill A CAR LOAD OF We guaranty to keep in perfect running order for one year five all new typewriters purchased from us. As we run the only typewriter repair shop in Arizona, we are prepared to protect this fully. The DENS.MORK is the must popular machine in Arizona. PINNEY & ROBINSON, BICYCLES, TYPEWRITERS, PHOTO STOCK AND SPORTING GOODS. Established SS3. 40 N. CENTER ST., Phoenix. -N. C. WILSON'S EXPERIENCE understand Wilson and James start for Apach today." Judging from the above. Mr. Wilson was lost four day before he wandered into Camp Verde. The full particulars cannot be known until Dr. Wiley's return. Inasmuch, as Mr. Wilson's health is not of the best it is indeed a furtuna'te result and one that wouki hardly be expected to occur on';; in many times. He Subsisted For Many Long Hours on Body of One Squirrel. - Sunday morning- Mr. T. T. Powers re ceived from A. T. Firth, of Flagstaff, a. letter dated Friday, wliich throws further light upon the finding- of Mr. C. Wilson, of h1s city, who was lose Augrust 15 in the mountains below Flag s tan. The letter says, in part: "I have time for only a. few lines before train time and am very much, worn with lack of sleep and anxiety. I acted at once Upon your telegram, and went along myself in Ithe search for Mr. Wilson. I had Deputy Hogan, an expert trailer and nrnn-liunter. We drove over sixly miles aSter 1 p. m. yesterday, or until ive knew "beyond a doubt that Mr. Wil son was safe and well. It setms he 'became confused in regard to bearings a.nd had to make a night of it. At day light he made for a creek tn which they bad fished and from which he though, lie could get the location of camp. He bad tUt six shells and shot a deer upon starting out, and later a squirrel. I "think he did not have anythjn,g.bu.i the equirrcl to live upon, as he probaly hung the deer up and of Course did not find1 it again. He suffered frcm lack of water, and lay down to rest twenty minutes of every hour. He shot at a cow wfth the remaining two shells and according to my 'informant missed htr. He turned up finally at Camp Verde, well. It is a most fortunate and re markable escape. We expected to er haps find his body. Mr. Wilson was out four days. They will continue the trip, bu-: Dr. Wiley returns to Rh ;ciiix. 1 LOOSE BALL PLAYING Tempe Pine Defeats True Blues In An Errorful Game. 1 HF 0 Never Touched Us - Dull tines and this store are stranger. We have no kick coming "on this sum- ; mer's business." Our prices are "the never failing lever" that1 does the work. They are the last to advance, the first to decline during these times when prices are changing everyi few days. You should trade at a place that looks out for your interest. We have to ecll cheaper than others; we do sell cheaper than others, and always will, at the Store Thats' Always Busy. In a heavy batting game, abounding with errors In the field on both sides, the Tempe ball team defeated the True Blues of Phoenix by a score of 20 to 13 Sunday afternoon. At no point in the game was the result in doubt. A fair sized crowd witnessed the game and showed its appreciation of the few good plays made, but it was not the kind of a game in which the "rooters" delight. Tempe. beyond all doubt has an ag gregation of heavy hitters, which fact was shown by the way they connected with the True Blues pitcher, foreign safe hits, something that the DeMund team has not been able to do this' sea son. The- local team showed Its lack of team work. The team lined up as follows: Tempe. ( Phoenix. Reynolds c Sam Slgala p Cltoka flow s s Brnal Parish 2d b Delgado Carrol 3d b Xoialion Sohureman r f Martinez! Priest 1 f Seveiianoj Carr c f Flores Reynolds made 6 runs; Sigala, 2; I Clow, 1; Stelick, 4; Farish. 1: Carrol, :;; ' Schureman. 2: Priest, 1; Carr. 2. Fam ' made ;;; Choka. I!; Hernal, 1; Oru.sc. o, 2; j Delgado. 2: Norjalion, 1; Martinez, ;' Severiana, 1; Floi-es, 1. . At the end of the fifth inning the score stood 11 to 2 for Tempe, which; now became overconfident and played' rather recklesly. giving the Tni Bin s .six runs, during the next inning;. 'The Triii- Blues are not s.-uiMkil with the resnit of the game and have made arrungvnn nts for a same at Tempo i r next Sunday. Next Sunday the DeMur.ds wi I pl-y ; the Indian team, and I he following Sun. j d;iy the 1 K Munds a.i.l Te.npe w in ir-'. s bats: both games to be played on the; home giounds. Arrangements are r.ow bring made for games with Denver, KI Paso, Tucson and Congress teams, but as yet the exact dates have not bjen settled. JUST RECEIVED To be sold at Summer prices to make room for our Fall Pur cha es, see our Display of 30c. to 50c. Matting at 25c. per yard. This week only. RICHMOND-DARUESELY CO. 21-23 ELLINCSON ELOCK DON'T FORGET THE DATE The Important Thing to Occur This "Week Is the Water Meeting. In these political timt-i when there are a great many ir.-us in the lire and the fire is g -King ho':, there is danger of something being mi rlo. fcrd. But one thiug that niit nut be oveihokod is the water meeting at the liorris thea; t.r next Friday. Tile Republican has Uaken a great d al of pains t i kiep the question of constructing a stoiage res ervoir befue the pic- an i now '.hat the initiative has been taken it ngyvjii reminds vhe p;-i j,!e of their duty in the mat'. el'. Not thai lh . r i. any inclina tion to shirk it. but ln.-r.-ly from neg lect. No farm: r. i.v I.,.:-.a-.-s man. can afford to f tanJ In -1; jind wait for bis neighbor tr ri'-l a! : f i s i ti;o ter ster i---.' iiii si: "i is a one'ihfr mii-t be 1:1. i i ;' Jii pe ts to : -.. r ;.'!! il -n l-e-i'.ii-nt in :: i iva'ly. There- si-::!;! b i: . --' i ti- nial"- !-. ;;.' 1.' k TN all" rn:-' w a -an ! t x -very . at1 ; I' ll, l-i ti ui! 1:1 iv le. 1;. ill i nil ::n as !i-rs;.;n :.-d aga FROM NORTH CHINA Celestials All Disclaim K'nship With the Boxers HcKEE'S CASH STORE PacnDrton block, opposite aowt mam. rmumtmm US Just a Little Scorched. by the big fire; that's all. It didn't prevent us from opening up our new store Monday (nornlng with a full line of merchandise, and we have been do ing business without interruption ever since. Our stock is brand new, not damaged by fire or water, and -we are prepared to till your orders for: GROCEKIKS, HAY AND GRAIN, HARDWARE, S'l'I'DERAKEK WAC ONS. MININCr KUPPLIKS, DRUGS, POWDKR, CAPS, FL'Si:, CUOCK KRY, REDDING AND BLANKETS. BAR St'PI'LlES, TENTS, at our usual low prices. "I would lie willing to bet a suit of clothes to a cockleburr," said a north end resident, "that you can't di.-cover a native of northern China in this coun try at present. Ever since Oij eastern situation became serious our Mongolian residents have been wearing out their larynxes in assuring .the xmblic that they come from the immediate neigh borhood of Hong Kong, on the extreme southern coast, and wouldn't know a Boxer from a buzzsaw. According to their statements the south Chinaman, or Cantonese, and the north Chinaman, or Alanchui ian, have nothing in cc mi llion except pigtails and bias eyes. The Cantonese is a good boy who goes to Sunday school, mind's his teacher, loves the Meliuati man, dotes on tract's and never holds out collars from the week's wash. The Mamhurian, on the con trary, is a tough citizen. He p'.ays fan tan, hits the pip.- whenever he feels like it, eats rates, ties firecrackers to police men's coat tails and like? missionaries boiled. There are no Manchurims in the 1'niU-d States. Our Chinese ebo nies are composed exclusively of virtu ous Cantonese. Moreover, the two tribes speak different languages, but no atUm.pt is made to designate from which one Uie pai amount T. in Ifarnes .- pi ings. If a Manchurian were to say: "Com., Hop Luns. let's ( go out and fry a few missionaries,' the chances are that Hop would tKnk he wm being invi'ted 'to a church sociable and would go, under an entile misap prehension as to the character of the enti rtainnieiit. Consequently, Hop would be innocent of wrong. "1 dare say all thfs is perfectly true and the zeal -with w'hi h it he Chinamen 111 over tli ecuntry are pressing their disclaimers is certainly int. renting. The ba.re mention f Pekin make.- their pig tails st-aiHl i n end. The other day a very meek Chink rilled -it inv h uis for Hie washing. 1 w asn't si re h cann from ;he rishl laundry an I I said: .intra, do ym car., .from NeriT. ' I intiiitUd lo i. N -i ti i-'.a- i..! Mr-il, l.ut la' cut n; f'n 'i L. "N '. of Iv-shri- k -d. piteously. m- l, eHini I' -; II 'l ie ' M.' II ' H-iX ; :n ( ' l .aliil he Pi 1 ! a b.i: f v :'.:: lia va'i s - n him .- in:- -." b lill- I v. uii i o or the mh; f.,i ::: 1 i .i li -n n i- : o .h, :-;i. i ha t : h i :.,;,- as tn i.b no eting, t he. ar. follous: HelU-ving ther. is ii's -nt n.v, of seme action in regard to a 1 Her sai l'!y of irrigating water for the Salt lt:ver valley, and havin.T faith thai much can be :ceon: -dish if by cnn-eel-ed action of I !ie ciiiaeos of larii-o;ia county, a meeting is h-i-eiiy e;iiled by the residents of said eoiinly, to be held at Dorris thrater at 1" o'clock a. in.. Friday, August 31, for the free and open discussion of ways and means for pro viding a better water supply, for irri gating in said county. Said meeting to bo in the side interest of the people. Everybody who has the best interests of Maricopa county at heart is earnest ly requested to be present and express his views on the subject. .. ... Goldman & Co., Walter Talbot, John Y. T. Smith. John T. Hughes. F. H. Parker. C. 1". Collins. F. t. Fisher, D. L. Murray, F. U Crisweli, T. C. Norris, David Goldberg. Thomas Hayes, J. I). Monihon, Wolf Sachs. A. J. Peters, Al bert Miller, J. F. Haigler, W. R. Lewis. J. S. Watrous, Thompson Walker. Will iam Newell, L. D. Cook, E. C. Wood mansre. A. P. Shewman, T. Cronin, George C. Dorman, George W. Woy, F. C. Johnson. J. E. Drain-, T. M. Gilbert. F. P. Drew, C. R. Hakes. O. S. Stapley. J. H. Roghers, H. W. Adams. Bartlett. Adams & Co., Mary W. Bartlett. R. A. Fouler. H nry Jennings, il. C. Mann, Y.iioN-y. c. A. liarkley. N. 1. Cole, S. S. Siniit. Janii-s G. Haimiiels, V. K. Messenger. 1 . E. Sturg-s. E. K. Jack, '. E. Chapin, J. M. lirier. It. P. 1'iice. J. D. Cra'ob. rl, A. i '. Mcijueen, S. .Mel . nalil. .1. A. Stewart. Jr.. W. .1. E.'Rair.m, K. .Mi -A it luir. lieorge A. War.-. John .McRrid . k-. .laolis Dalloii, It. Tweed, and inai:y Men's All Linen Suits, Former Price $4.50 f( and $5 00, Now JJiUU Cotfon Duck Suits, Former Price $300 tit Now 3!)C.UU Linen Pants, Taped Seamed, Former Price ff $1 50, Now j $ I.UU Linen Panfs, Former Price $1,25 Now ' 3 All Our Straw Hats, Former Price $2 00 A f $1 75, $1 50, $1.25, Now fU All Our Straw Hats, Former Price $1.00, fi 85c, 75c, 65c, 50c, Now.... m&D ' All Our Straw Hats, Former Price 45c, 40c f 35c, 25c, Now IU A Lot of broken lines in Men's Ladies' and Children's Shoes at Reduced Prices. ? SEE OUR REMNANT TABLE A Large Assortment of :Wash Goods Remnants D. Clark. I Hoover, N. Slew; i . W. A. . ':. .Morris win 'Phone 2741. HEADQUARTERS FOR RELIABLE GOODS. 9-H E. Washington Street I . "';; A:;!'e. I,?. ; a i s. i. ii. i;. . J. M. 1 call is cordially concum. in by the wale ine trade jiilx ami iorae." eoninut'iee Maricopa board S. J.I. M'COWAN, Chairman. V.. HE V.MAN. J. KRNKST WALKER, :. A. F WI.KR, V. CL.ARK. I Heather prows S.juih Africa. in many parts f BAZAR I h I SAY, DO YOU KNOW the drink thai is drank most' of ail summer drinks is HULETT'S GELERY PHOSPHATE? It is town talk, and y6u will like it if you drink it. It cools, it satisfies, it strengthens. 5 cents Iced at ELVEY & I1ULETT The Live Druga'sK 5 end 7 E. Washing ton S 10c eJJ Words almost fall us here trying to describe the beauties of JJ T sonic of these Koods. Customers who have purchased Summer e Cioods from us can speak r tlie quality of these goods. All good Jj fast colors, cud k'o.kIs that will stand good hard wear. 1 to close out EJ 1 L.ot While goods p'aiu and striped all worth twice aS niucii, 41 Mc vard. 55 1 Rot IMques all while and colored stripes, any old price, PJe al g yard. . g 3? 1 Lot Cjughums. prelty striiies anil ilaids, today, lflc yaid. ? ar 55 All our Lawns, left over from summer business must s, 5 yard. "I 1 OH0oArimL j TELEPHONE Vk. 3 Received Daily Frash and Crisp. WHITE PLUME CELERiT. HEAD LETTUCE. STRING BEANS. WAX BEANS. FANCY TOMATOES. CUCUMBERS. r.IPE APPLES. FANCY LEMONS, 'The Riff Juicy Kind." ' JEROME PEACHES. CRABB-AlacBRIDE PRODUCE CO.'S Tel. 250. 12 North Center St TOUCHING. "I suppose you have taken care to keep in touch with public men of th time,' said a friend. "Yes," answered Senator Sorghum, although I must say I don't like your way of putting it. Whenever anyone says 'touch' nowadays, you have (to think twice before deciding wheth.r he's talking slang or not." NOT WORDED RIGHT. "Did you kiss him?" demanded the, mother. "Cei'lainly not." indignantly ans wered the girl. "Do you think I'd h so forward?" And a few minutes later she gave a deep sigh of relief and mut tered softly to herself, "thank heaven, she didn't ask if he kissed me." Chica go Post. r The BasMord-Bnrmister Co., ! "ljll''l',i'l'L'i'li;S CIVH WAY lo di! igonce," ai' l all blood humors dis;.i.p j pear when Hood's Sarsaparilla b; tali i It purities, enriches and vitalizes tli ' lilini.l cores that tired feeliinr. ! tones up the whole system. Take it now and prescoit. The non-irrltatlng cathartic Hood's Pills. RANCHERS, FRUIT GROWERS! FRUIT and ALFALFA. A i-('1..vm .:-. .! w- ( i t!,o lli)VK--('( l;kV co. Los An'!e: is in lie- C'ly ntnl w iii t. : ve tyliiuii'S on v.'flls ui'id iiimijiiny jila ms fi if irrigating j .'Ui'i'dFi's. Atlilrtw, FRANK H. HOWE, General Delivery, Gty. Making Ready Beginning next Thursday, the 9th, and continuing until we move, we are going to make "moving" prices on every article in the jj house. Remember this is aside g and in addition to the RED LET- ll TKR prices we have be. n quoting j you fur the past month, and Ave guarantee you a saving of 27, to 3 50 per cent. We have pail little attention to the cost of goods, our j aim being to make the selling price to suit you. The prices we jj dilute you are spot cash in bond, i This sale will probably not last longer than one week and we ask j) that you call and get prices i whether yen buy or not. IT IS ;j N'! TROI ' I'LiO FOR US TO ( SHOW GOODS. DORRIS BROS, HOUSE FURNISHERS I 16 to 22 West Wasfcington Street n J PHOENIX. ARIZONA. $5.00 to $10.00 For a Set of Teeth HERE IS MY MODERN PRICE LIST: Gold Crowns, - - $5.00 J Silver Filling, 50c and up Gold Filling, -$1.50 and up I Extracting, - - - 50c R. E. I10LBR00K, Dentist. Rooms 2, 4, 6, over Postoffice, PHOENIX, ARIZONA. Electric fan service in every room. Tlie New Chicago Restaorsat, 20info Stree Kv: i tliin-r new in the house. A first-class meal for 25 cents. Eagle J'.rand Oysters. ;;5 cents half dozen, any s;yle. Short orders from 5:30 a. m. to 4 p. m. Dinner from 4 to S:30 p. m. I'hicken tlinncr and ice cream everr night. 21 meals for $4.50. The regula r L'".e niL-als. Ice cream Sunday dinner