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TJTE AHIZOXA RErUBLICAX: MOXDAY MORNIXG, AUGUST 27, 1900.
e Land 9 S5 3 THE NEWS OF JEROME J rome. Ariz., Aug. 25. (Spi oial r-i-e-pi iidcnoe o" too Republic.r.i.) Ycs ter :.iy. shortly af.tr no n, O. K. Wh-,1-'i timbcrmar. employe:! in the 5oo foot level cf the I'nit .1 Verde mini?, was caved on and hurt pretty badly. His loft leg was broken ab.ve lite knee iiml his head was cut an.l bruis .:d i:i Sevnal places--. Hi was carrH J to the company hopsitul i n a stritiht.r uh. iv his wounds were dressed by Dr. Wo. d and his asd.-tnr.ts. lr. 1.. Paul, regular assistant physician at the hospital, took a stitch in a cut hi the patient's lower lip and two stilt-lus in cuts hi Ms chin. Tlii- south half of th;' old pos.-ollioe buil ling is being lixed up for a sample r-mil for the use of drummers when they come to town. !. W. Hull Uexpectid in .Terom? any day now. When ho conns 1:. will put lots of men to work on inhihiK prop trti.s in which h; is inlf r.fved all ar. nil 1 this part of the world. Hoover & ("orjin r reei ived the bul letins for th? Fitzsimm ns-Shark?;.-JiKiH last nl)?ht. T::e bulletins had hardly begun to com whtn they stop ped. Tlie crowd in i.ht? Ejloon si'i'raei to favcr Fltz. J. J. Fi.-her has been ens.isrd this Vi . k surveying: the Verde Qu- en group t'f mines, embracing -T full locations, for patent. Col. liosworth and his peo ple are soinff ahead in a m si ter miner manner. They will start th ir rmrlti r asain in a short time. Twtn.y fivi men are now employed on the rrou erty. Dr. Wood now has 2.000 men to look after. He is the regular phyioian f ir the T'niled Vtrie, R'.ack Hills. Mtnsus Mottntain, Copper Chief, Irjn Kinic. t'nit. d Verde Extension. Little Dai-y and i.her mining companie in and arcund Jerome. Every emp'.oye i f ail these companies pays $1.."0 p. r month' as h spital fee, and when sick or hint he is attended and lodg 1 and buor led wili: ut extr cost. Xo h -pitnl in Arizona is better eUipp.J f r the ca'v of potien.s. r employ- or ha- b tt r I hyi-icians and surg':,n? than ihe T'nit--.d 'i rde hospital in Jerome. Ti. Struniei' is having- considerable trouble with his large steam bak.- oven. A l.irse iiipe burned out recently am) n u the bread is bakvd in the Ensrlifh Kitchin rane across the ii.reet Iron the store. One buker can m oi- ely sup ply the bread for the store with the ov en iti F'hape. and wht-n it is u. of oi lier a lot of 'the patrons make their own bread. l.yun Boyd, the druuiit, is putting In a soeia fountain. This inornins th- pills were opened at n!m? o'clock i r the primary v tins' fir i:eletats to the county c. nvent: oi which meets In Prcsertt on tlie fust of P I. ember. As th r- i? nn'y one ticket in il- field '. iv re i- ;m ir.t r . .-t to speak er b -iiiK taken in th" ( I-eu.in. The ticke t, which is th ie.jul.ir di in ,i . a. ie tick t. is composed of the fdkuiim" in p.: IC. E. McF.irlau A!ex..i:-V r A i- 1 IJ' -.1'-'. L:.a:" .uus... -....ii. 1 Sr.arr. Th the B Buckeye llgm ipOOO 8ESTQHE0SS , "j vS AJ V ''. r t.o;:i-.1. of Ije e..-:i. -;.tn;e eru-u... hU. li I..sl,:,;a:,hnri, OCFOnC hid AfTra p:i.:i:ekrror.,tlnipo!-nry. i;fliKJiEHtjuiaeaUieuer.'uia J rrpmrxr trr',-t hens ami restori'Si-rnall neik ort-ciia. Tlie reason f JlO icr-; r.ro l ot rrnvl hv Iwinn is nmmw nlnetv per crnt are tronblpil with Irotnm.. ft ft In.N In tnenmy tniovn rm.-.7 Id rnre nnhmil mi.ope ration. Vieott-tiilmniii- A written sni-rnnn-" r:vi"i an. I m.in-y rcnirce.! it fix Ik.m s fines not eil'wil a peruuuentcura. 1 l.u0tt box, six lorf Luti. b- mail. s.-iul frr l-ieF;Kiirein:ir anil tesiinioi.iiitji. Adrtre IIAVDt, SIEDICISft -. w. Uox aTC, Saw rranrincs. Cat. IWSalebw For 3aJe by Bta L. Lear, Druggist, Floi iiciieye Attest to the remarkable fertility of the soil and the BOUNTIFUL WATER SUP PLY of that region, f The BUCKEYE RANCHER'S Alfalfa, 1 1 Grain, Vegetable or Fruit Crop is never fj li imnairpri hv rirrnith. j . -. j " - - j - - - jjj tion is ample and permanent. with Water Right deeded with Land can now be had for $S3.00 per acre. Compare the Buckeye Country with any other agricultural sec tion in the West, dependent upon irrigation; and be convinced of its superiority. FOR FULL r.AUTICULA US CALL ON OR. ADDRESS Lssid sod CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000 26 Soulh Second Avenu?, Phoenix, Arizona. ). C Wasson, Pres't., M. W. Messinger, Vke J. Ernest Walker, Secretary. ani.-on. David Conn jr. Tom Taylor. O. V . Str.; j.hoff. M. E.. Carrier. E. X. (caye. Frank Nevin. W. C. Shak .-spt-aiv, Tim She-l. .M. .1. Foley. Geo. England. Robt. Mitchell, Mike Hradley. (Ira.'.t Hall S. C. Thc.nps n. W. A. MeKin n n. K. A. T -vrea i t'.-.i inp- -?-.-. C. S. Tiiomj's.n aml'Dave Connor, judg ts. S. I,. H. slet in-1 V. A M. Ki in n. chrk-, an J Tom Miller, cms-table. Tills Hf .crnoon thio-e will be a 1 irK" tvjmWr of iv. n come down from th . w -rks to a t tin ir v t s. S : lar th.-re have be n enly a few volt? ca.-t. It was r. ported th.it ire Miners" t'nion would have a ticket in . h (ie'.o. but tn.-y are satisfied with the straisht dcmnrratli: ticket an:! will supp ;n: it. W. E. Wicks, of Biff r.ug. is in J. ronie shaking lianos with ul.l ffien 's and m.ikinpr m-w ones. Mrs. TJ. R. Coleman :.- in Jiiom; frotn I'r. : l - tt. On. P. Brown, who rt.'i-ii? in Pref ect:, is in Ji roine on businvrs. lie is a frequent visitor to our town. A baby w a:- b n to Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Farley, on the Verde. Friday morn ing at .". o'clock. .'. D. hamlrl'.iin I. ti vcst-r lay tnornffiir lor ConKriss from e. hii o place he will s'tajfe it to he Haniu.i Hala o tun try on a pr isp: in trii. Cnam beriahi is an enthusiast in th? prcst-per-tin.ar lin.. and is aj:t to m.ik'" his pile some --ay by a Uc. ky strike. lie i'peiidii cvny wiit.'f in the hills with a pro-"-pec. ins I ii k and a little camping out fit. La?i; winter h. was prospectinK fcr p!ai- r ft dd on the desert a few miles out from Weaver. K. D. Treaiwoll r turned this luoin ins f.'om the Trearlwell mining proper ties sou'.h of J.rome. W. S. Adams was ri.Iiiiir ..v r the rrinlng icuntiy in tite vicini y of town y.strrday. H lias a faculty of set ..ins ho'ni'of iv.SntnB .: !-. an 1 s, Uing at a pr til. J.-an Al'is.n is on lOithu -i-.: ri i.ti i'oe K 'ci - i-ure ii .:. tion. While in Dnii ; 1 1 ! i . : .-. he t n th - cci -. a:-..1 lnnv is a -coed n.an. II" came to His covlrsk n C.H ii itad a"iiuii.d .-uch an ao.iciiie for s.imiis drink that h" was i noble iojt of r is i v. n will. Tit. i is talk of several new buvines h ie. ; s op nhiK in Jei-ohi" this fall. Ti:: es r.r - Improvirg a; present. , J. M. It. an ha 1 Ids riijht f..ct (iii;e s.Veiely i ru.-he3 at the works Thursday af ii ; noon, lie was running a in nur and cattgh. his f-i-.-t between th- .-i.Ie of the nuu bine and a carload of c j p r bullion i jnie workman careli ssi-p'-clv d out upon t'te motor track ahead uf the n: tor. No bones were brok. :i but it was si ba'ily bruis.-d that Mr. Brown has been unable to stand on i: since the accident. O. D. JlrbUXAl.i) PEUVEitiTY. Favn-oi- T never did -ee mi h on of horse as Bi-mier is. U'h. u I take ,o.e side of .1 oucstion I'.e is sine to ah th o' her." ili-anir And u lien h" :ak-s or.o s:.h: ynU invariably take the otl: r'.' l'":.rmcf Of eiuis . Teal ii- i;uile a:l oib .r matt. r. -S to T..:.rt .-. ti.ui.si .... I,-..:. .o -, ... 1 fciui'i ao io- ses tie Hay o-- nic'Jt. rieventu onl,-k. - . WlOCn 11 Hot ,-hr-l.-r.d Ini, tt Knorm.tA.-lin.t. 1 anches Com try Water for rrera- i? - - - - - - a 1 TME EVVS OF PRESCOTT I'r scctt, Aittr. 24. (Siitcial C. rre spo:v:c:iee of The Itepublican ) The lias on the court house was living at half-mast today in honor of the dead William Wilkers ti. an old an.l respect ed citizen and pi. ni er cf Arizona. Mr. Wilke; son's death occurred the even ing o." the 22d inst. at his rt nils h ie in the city. He was sixty-four years of as? and had been living in this county for the past thirty years, and was so well known and endeared to the hearts i f all wh.i ha:! ids acquaintance that he was familiarly called "I'ncle Billy." He fill d a niimhir of positions i f pub lic trust in the coitnty. was for m or than twenty year.--, off and on. clerk and deputy clerk cf the court, w hicn latt r position he occupied at the time of his death. He also filled the otliie of co-nty record r f r a term of years nt different tim?s. His last illness dates from the niitht of the fatai Pres ent fire, since which lime he had seoiiii ri to utterly collapse, as a lv-ult cf the activ work he put in that nigh: in trying to save the county records .11 other valuable records and papers. He die:!, as be had lived, a brave and true man. with a calm looking forward into the state f approaching- dissolu tion, his dnith being painless. His na tive stat - was .Missouri. Ilovriii r Powers' son ltidgely. who wa ?o badly hurt about a week ag i v. i il i ngoged i:i ploying base ball, as to have he n in danger of losing one ye. is now net of danger and on the fair r ad to i.-oov ry. He has been lying in a critical state for the past w-ei-k at his rinni on S u'.h Marina ti-i- c-t. A formal ivr, pti. n is b: iug tendered t i Rev. and .Airs. H. B. Book at the resi l-oee of M: a i.l Mrs. Jake Marks this ev-ning by the members of the tngi ega tioiia church, to which church ho h.t? rPcr-ntly eon-.e to minister. He has a bride of a f-w W eeks. Mis. W. H. f.loy.l eiiiertainc 1 about l went --fi i- ladies at pr gr-ssivc '.ti'llre tiiis after to in. at w hich. Mrs. Reuben Jackson entile off with first favor. .Mrs. William Nei- n -oral (on a cut with three oii-.ri sn and Mcs. Ma ler consola tion prize. Dainty refre-hm ills were s -r eil. tin I n- scb. -me of d . ( ora t ii o is and oifeciions being pink and green. Til- lirst prir. c nsiste-l of a very beau tiful pin tray hand i. coated), the second was an old an.l exo -jisitely got ten up dock of Indian cards, of histori cal inten s: and therefore die. bly useful as a s .uree of eiiiertainioeii- ami di-'.o-.-ion. and 111.- consolation wns a tinv i and! - s.ici: bobling a diniin'c.live ean i'.Ic to "show ill.- way." All gether tVO ladies spent a delightful and entertain ing aft riiooi'. o.i" if the largest Chins s- fun-rals that eVri- toel-t pla -e ill this city oecui r I here l o.'e.y. The i 'l eseot t ' ban 1 w as brought into r -i . isition. and is again in evidence l-oiiiK. Ko:!aks were le--eled at tlv . ortege as it passed along lie sir. et. MI'S. Clio. WOOSTER. CLnP.E SIGHTS. Very few peo-ple do well !n an emer gency. ' When ii;ii-- folds her' wings over s- nn- hoc,.---holds, the wif shortly after appears in a new dnos. We have noticed .hrt people cry out. "How can she afford it?" oft-ner about a woman than about a man. When a woman from a small town visits a larger town, the first thing she does is to rush to a photographer and have her picture taken in a low neck dress. It Is related of an Atchison man who Canal Co. of the - Pres't. W4" !s great to be familiar with people, that ) roon after being1 Introduce?, to "Cy 1 clone" Davis, cf Texas, he calh d him j Cy. Wht-n doctors say that -an operation ' is successful, .they mean that they ' found what they l-.okc'J f ir and cut it out: they don't mean that the patient , has recovered, or will recover. ' A musical atmo. ;h re pervades In a North Atchison family, where a son I ! practice on a violin, another, daugn-; j ter thrums on a- mandolin, au- other daughter takes vocal lessons, and j ! the mother attempts to put a crying baby to 0cep by singing lullabies. j I Rcp-,rts from the visit of the Bryan family in Chicago indicate that if the i Bryan k ep WilFiam Jenning--. Bryan. Jr., with them much longer, the demo- cratie ticket w ill nut get a vote. The i prominence of the fa. her has cast a. , light on a very Impertinent boy of ten. Young Bryan fell from windows, inti-r-; viewed newspaper people, ro-e w ith the i driver of an automobile, w hen he rang the gong so steadily that general at tention was attracted to the Bryan i family en rottte, and acttd so bad g 'li- 1 eral'.y that his mother last night n.iil" ! i tin- windows down and locked him up. j Tt. was time. There was this feature that mdeared the McK'nleys to the : people: they had no impudent f.1.1 spoiled children to lug before the j no lle. Atchison Globe. POINTED PA 1 1 AC. liAFHS. Tears are the diamonds of the fairies. If you would be somebody In the world begin by being yourself. Tt doesn't pay for a man to be hon est if he is honest only for pay. Comm. n sense shin s with increased luster when set in humility. Some people who think themselves oiiginal are not own go.nl imitations. When a man's anger is sni ul-.lering his wife ought to turn the hose on him. A woman t acher in an Ohio school has a prof ssor in her eye instead of a pupil. If a man is engaged to r. girl and s!i elope-- with amnio r man. the party of the first part is saved from getting a mighty po r wife. If a rich man is stingy people say he has his gviv rous impulses under perfect con tr .1. The receiver may ! as bad as the thief, but probably neither of th'Mn feels half as badly as .he lo.-er. The leading citizen of a village r.tv- r realizes how insignificant he i-i until lie visits a large city. The proprietor of a business ha-' en ad van rag-- over ; is assooiatts he can w rk whether h" feels like it or not. Chi. -ago Nws. THE ABSENT-MINDED WRITER. j Assistant Edit-r Who wrote 1 editorial on the democraiic vie -pi 1 delltial ('an lidate-' ? j Managing E-liior I told Jones o it. There's no use keeping 'him on : South African war any longer. the i Assistant Editor oh. I understan,' i it now. Reference is made all thro the editorial to "ex-Governor Kopj New Y tk." Philadelphia Press. :gh of IN THE PARLOR. . T ,-s He began to complain thai thj light hurt his eyes. I knew then that he was going to try to kis.- me. Jess I hope you sat on him and tinned him down as he deserved. T' .-s Well, alter the light was -turned down I sat on hinn Philadelphia Press. Pu'.dic fatory-tellers still earn a god-J !". ing in japan. In To'.ti i'OO of t h ..i p y their trade. MARKET REPORTS. PHOENIX WHOLESALE PRICES. BUTTER Ranch, per lb, lac; Mari copa creamery, 22c; Tempe-Mesa Pro duce Co., 22c; Valley Pride creamery, 22c. EGGS Ranch, $4.2o((i i.7" per case. CHEESE Eastern, full cream, pel lb, le-STSc; home, I0'l2c. FRESH FRUITS AND BERRIES. APPLES Per box, Sl.90B.2.l5. LEMONS Fancy, per case, $4.50f5. WATERMELONS $12 per doz. BLACKBERRIES I5c per box. LOGAN BERRIES 17c per box. ORANGES Late Valencias, $4.506i 4.75 per case. ' SEEDLESS GRAPES 75c per crate. ARIZONA KHAKI CANTELOPES -$L.7'i& 2.00 per crate. PEACHES Per box. tl.40. PLt'MS Per crate. $!.)? 1.73. REARS Per box, Sl.TSfl-l.'JC DRIED FRUITS. RAISINS London layer. tS.20gi2.B, loose, per lb, 6r&c; Thomraon seedless, 7TSc; Sultant-i, 6c. APPLES Evaporated Taney. ttVke. PEACHES Fancy, 10c, PEACHES Choice, 8Hc. PLUMS Pitted, choice, 10a. NUTS Walnuts, fancy soft shells, 14c; almonds, paper shell, 15c; soft shell, 14c; hard shells, 9c per rb; pecans, lOHc; California, 12c; filberts. 15; Bra zils, 14c; pinones, 10c; peanuts, eastern, roasted, ll12c; raw 810c; home raw, 748c; roasted, 12V4c; chestnuts, 17'Q 0c per It. FLOUR Per owt.f local extra rollet process, $2.35; eraham, J2 per cwt! whole wheat flour, $2.20 per cwt. CORN MEAL White, $2 per cwt.. yellow, $2 per cwt. BRAN Per ton. $15. POTATOES Early Rose, $1.D01.7S per cwt. ONIONS S. S., $1.25 per cwt. CABBAGE Northern, J3Q3.30 per cwt.; in sacks. Crates, extra. VEGETABLES Beets per cwt., $1.50; evaporated chilis per lb, 15c; green onions, per dozen bunches, 25c; radishes per dozen bunches, 25c; tomatoes, per box, $1.25; carrots, $1.50 per cwt.; green chili, 17c per Tt; summer squash, per box, 75c; cucumbers, 75c per box. BEANS Small white, $4.50 per cwt.; pinks, per cwt., $4; Lima. $5.505.75. COFFEES AND SUGARS. COFFEES Central American, 18S 20c; Pea berry, 20ig22c; Mocha and Java, "OV'ilc; Arbuckle's, $15 per case; Lion coffee, $14.50. SUGARS Granulated cane, pr cwt.. $7.25; cube, $7.50; powdered, $7.50; C, $6.50. POULTRY AND GAME. POULTRY Hens, good heavy, pei dozen, $5.50(f G; Pekln ducks, live, pel dozen, $5.50(a6; spring chickens, live pe dozen, $44.50. MEATS. HAMS Medium. 13c. BACON Breakfast, per Iti. lCc. LARD Kettle rendered leaf, 3s, $6.40; 5s. $G.30; 10s, $6.20. DRY SALT PORK Per Tb, 9c. HIDES, WOOL AND TALLOW. HIDES Dry, lCffl7c per lb; kip, IStl 16c; calf, ltii&17e; bull, 11c; green, S'sQ 6c per tb. WOOL Firm, from 15 to 18c. TALLOW Per lb, No. 1, 2(g)3c. Wool pelts from 9c per lb up; goal skins, from 12c up. HONEY AND BEESWAX. HONEY Strained, per case, $7.5. BEESWAX Per lb, 2224c alfalfa, per ton, $8. GRAIN AND HAY. WHEAT Per cental, shipping, $L1&. HAY Per ton, loose alfalfa, $7; bak j BARLEY $1.05 per cwt. Barley, rolled. $1.20 per cwt. LIVE STOC. CATTLE Fat, $3.50; feeders, $2.25 ' 2.P0. CALVES $4.08. HOGS $4.75. SHEEP $4.M PHOENIX RETAIL PRICES. EGGS Ranch, per dozen, 15c. BUTTER Ranch, per lb, 20l:25c; Maricopa creamery, 25c; Tempe-Mesn Produce Co., 25c; Valley Pride C earner-, 25c. CHEESE Eastern, full cream, pei IT), ::tc: home, 20c. FRESH FRUITS. AND BERRIES. STRAWBERRIES Per box, 15c. LEMONS Per dozen. 2025c. ORANGES Valencias, per dozen, 251iOc. FIGS 10c per APPLE'S 10.- per lb. GRAPES 4c per pound. DRIED FRUITS Applee. evaporated fancy, per lb, 20c; peaches, fancy, 12(3 15c; choice, 10c; plums, pitted, 12H 15c; prunes, choice, 8c; fancy, 15i" apricots, fancy, 15c; choice ll13c VEGETABLES. ONIONS Green, per bunch, 2ft. STRING BEANS Per lb, 12,4c CARROTS Per bunch, 2a. CABBAGE Per head, 6c SWEET POTATOES 5c POTATOES New potatoes, 5c. ONIONS Dry, per rt, 3(&'5c. BEANS White, per lb, ic; pink, p rb, 5c; Lima, per lb, 10c. ' BEETS Per bu., 2c CHILIS Evaporated, per lb, lla, green, per lb, 25c. FRESH FISH. Southern California varieties, 15c pel lb; Columbia river salmon, 2Ec per tb; Northern California, 20c. POULTRY AND GAME. HENS Per lb. 22c. SPRING CHICKENS Dressed, 404 60c. PiKIN DUCKS 6576c. FRESH alEATS. BEEF Per tb. 6 to 20c; v.-sl. per lb, 8 to 20c; mutton, per lb. 7 to 20c FRESH PORK lust 13c. HAMS Medium, 15c. BACON Breakfast, per tb, 1314a SALT PORK 10c. LARD In tins, 3s, 35c; 5s, 65c; 10s, $1.25. FLOUR. FLOUR Local, roller process, pe; cwt., $2.60; graham, per cwt.. $2.35. CORNMEAL Per cwt., $2.50. COFFEES AND SUGARS. COFFEES Central American, green, 1525c; Peaberry, roasted, 3035c: Mocha and Java, 2550c; Arbuckle's per lb. 20c: tLion coffee, per lb, 15c. " SUGARS Granulated cane, per ID, 8c; cube, 10c: powdered. 10c; C, 6!c. 1 POPULAR WANTS AdTertlsemenU nnder thliheadone-hsli cent word eici: insertion. No adTertisementtaken for leal than tweotr-fiv eenu. PICNIC in Temp? Labor day. Septem ber 5. Fur sand rigli'.', cane racks, baby racks, phonograph ', etc., write C. B. Cl'MMINGS. Ten-.oc. WANTED A woman or girl to help in the kitchen. Inquire at the Bank Exchange. A.Y LADY can easily make SIS to S25 weekly by representing us in her lo cality, and as the position is both pleasant and profitable the year round. 1 will gladly send full j-articu-1 lars to all. Even your spare time is! valuable and if you really want to tiinke money, address, w ith 2c stamp, j MRS. MARY E. WHEELER.. S7 Washington St., Chicago, Illinois. ESTABLISH EI) jobbing house wants specialty salesmen to call on Drag. Dry-goods and genera! stoie trade. Commission only: full time and bond required. Address Manager 10O6-1S5 Dearborn, Chicago. LADY, northern birth and edueatio.i. wishes position as corr.pinien. nu.se to invalid or managing huusek epec. Has lived fourytais on a lan'-h. t o' ereiici s. Address Mrs. hi" W. this office. ENGINEERS. Firtmen. Mai-'.iiris s & Electricians: Send 10 cents for newj 40-page pamphlet, containing list of: questions asked by Examining Board' of Engineers. GEO. A. KELLER. Bookseller. St. Louis. Mo. FOR SALE One good, young i ow. fresh to October 1st. Enquiie ('.mil -r. Cor. 4th & Taylor Sts. WANTED You to know that N. Por ter. Saddle and Harness Maker, has just rcceiVid a new stoc k of F.ne Cal ifornia Leather, direct from the tan nery. We have the capacity to fill all ordt is on hand made work of Harness and Saddles. N. Porter. Saddle v Ilarnifa Co.. 142 East Wash. St. FOR SALE Star milk cooler and No. 7 V. S. separator, both '.n K- od condi tion, cheap. Address Box '.'5. Phoe nix. RELIABLE man to represent, in r si- v...,,.-.-, ,.-....1- --a ni-m. .l.-.O... ! hiring hell?, making c llections and some office work: liberal salary and expens s advanced to right pai-ty. Address Wm. j. I'UL, Mgr.. 72:1 Chestnut St.. Philadelphia, Pa. LOST A gold Ioekrtt set with four small diam nds in center, on one side; on other engraved with initials A. R. Finder will please return to Republi can ofl'ue and receive reward. WANTED Carriers: must be 15 years old or older: must have wheel or horse. Apply at this offlce between 5 and C p. hi. j WANTED Man who understands I working on second-hand furniture. FOR RENT House to rent; also rooms furnished and unfurnished. Inquire 546 N. Feurth Ave. 100 MEN WANTED Must have good appetites. Apply at the Pacific Grotto restaurant. DAIRY cows for sale, cheap. Inquire 217 E. Adams St.. Pho.nix. FOR SALE First-ciass livery busi ness, with the very best stock and up-to-daip rigs This business is paying a good income. Good reasons for selling. For furth- r Information address G. F. Tinsler, Prescott, Ari zona. WANTED Horses for pasture. Inquire 42 East Washington. FINE improved farm for sale on Oak creek, fourteen mil-, s rfoin Jerome. Alfalfa hay sells for $10 per ton l ose, on the ground. Owns interest in ditch; plenty of water at all times. Growdng crops, good house. A great bargain. Address D. D. McDonald. FOUND A blue roan colt with bald fa. e, about nine months old. Call at No. 40 South Center street for in formation. MI'ST sell, this month, 70 stands bees, 40 extra hiv.-s (all Lang.-,u oth. 2 tanks (110 gal. each). 4 frame extractor wax extractor and 25 pounds founda tion, all for $250. Wm. H. Bartl-tt, Peoria. THE NEW DOMESTIC rents 75c per week. Supplies for all machines; repairing done. J. S. Elsttn, 407 E. Washing'on St. PHOENIX FOUNDRY oiler Repairing, Pipe rilling. Ring up Telephone 63. Or call at 2S North Center street when wanting something nice to drink. We are headquarter s for the lu st in our line and solo agents for Pabst, Lemps and the San Francisco breweries, Ltd., three of the best breweries on earth. STANDA MANUFACTURERS OF Mining, Milling and Machinery Castings STRUCTURAL IRON AND STEEL CONTRACTORS. Second Hand Machinery Bought and Solfl. Postoff lee Box 45? WANTED The public to know that J. Ernest Walker has the largest liet of real estate to select from either to sell or rent, in the valley. If you want to build he can put you in a building and loan association where monthly payments about equal to rent will secure you a home. It will pay you to see him before buy ing, building or r- nting. FIRE INSURANCE a specialty. Some exceptional bargains and plenty of water in Buckeye valley. Money always on hand to LOAN oi good security. A SNAP Fine paying business on Washington St.. or will take in part ner: capital required. $1,500 to $2.50't. Pee me quick. J. ERNEST WALK ER. WANTED. A BARGAIN TVKER. F'T close in h-uise of twelve rooms. Partly furnished. Never vacant, and can be wa ll rented any hour in the day. Fine shade, law n. -city water, good neigh borhood. This property far sale at a sacrifice and on easy terms. Party going east. J. ERNEST WALKER. Th Real Estate Man. Rtniembfr the office 2C South Sec ond Avenue. Tel. Main 501. FOR RENT Pleasant furnished cot tage, bath, gas. electricity. Apply 52S East Washington Street. FOR SALE The Va'.'.ey Meat Market, next to the postoffice; first class, with, all up-to-date appurtenances; cobj air storage, and everything neces sary to make it one of the best mar kets in the west; can be bought f'r 75 per cent of its actual cost. S. J. TRIBOLET. WANTED Second-hand furniture and, household goods of all kinds; will pay good prices for good goods; will go and see goods anywhere in valley. Call at 2:10 West Jefferson or address 1327 P. O. Box. E. W. Spears. FOJt SALE A twelve room lodging house, a bargain. FOR SALE A neat cottage, $750; this is cheap. FOR SALE A fine alfalfa ranch with water. , MONEY to loan, houses built to suit purchaser on monthly payments. HUGH M. CREIGHTON & CO.. , 110 North Center St. FOR SALE Jewett typewriter in good condition.- One of the best ma chines made. Double kevboard. Will be sold on installments or cheap, for cash. Addnss R.. Republican office. THE DOMESTIC, New Home and Climax Sewing Machines, rents 75c per weelc. J. S. Elstner, 407 East Washington Street. WANTED Every business man In Maricopa county to know that The Republican's Job printing plant Is the best equipped in all Arizona and that the prices and stock and styles are right. If you want bill heads or let ter heads or printing of any kind call at The Republican office or send word for our man to call on you. FOR RENT Horse pasture near town. Apply to F. II. Hutchins, at D. H. Burtis'. FOR SALE or will exchange for ranch property, two live-room brick cottpges: a bargain if taken soon. E. A. SPAI'LDING. No 41 W. Adams St. G. A. R. Chicago through sleeper via Santa Fc, August 22, 11)00. "The route that made Phoenix famous." Will have a thrniij h standard sleeper, Phoe nix to Chicago, on above date: only a few more low i is left. Do you want one? Ring us up. E. W. GILLETT. G. A. and MACHINE WORKS N. P. McCALLliM, Prop. 25 to 33 North Second Street. Machinery of all kinds Built and Repaired. MACHINERY, SITPL1ES, CASTINGS, EK, All kinds of wjrk la the Mechanical Liar MELCZER BROS. won s