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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: 11 1 DAY MOH.'NTN'Gr. ATJGUST .11, 1900. The Arizona Republican THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN ARIZONA THAT IS PUBLISHED EVERT DAY. IN THE TEAR." CHA&LXS C. RANDOLPH, Editor and Proprietor Exclusive Morning Associated Press Dispatches. The only Perfecting Pres In Arl sona. The only battery of Linotype In Arizona. Publication office: 36-38 East Adame street. Telephone No. 47. Kntered at the postofflce at Phoenix, Arizona, ns mail matter of the second StJBSCRIPTION RATES. fey mall, daily, one year "Weekly, one year Cash in advance. .J9.00 . 2.00 BT CARRIER. Dally, per monta .76 Washington street, N. W. bureau, 600 Fourteenth fBOHIZ, AUGUST 31.1BOO NATIONAL REPUBLIC LN TICKET. For President WILLIAM M'KINLEY OHIO. For Vice-President THEODORE ROOSEVELT KE"W Y0EK. It Is odd that Bryan should think that he can make capital by attacking the financial legislation SOUND of the administration j MONET nreciselv at the point' INFLATION, where it has been mostj ,wh '"r " are "S1"81"- Th,se ?no , have faith in the republic are against brilliantly successful. L. g) that unver8a, (fbhcr. Question has been raised, especially ,vnce for it and unanimous opposition since his nomination for the presiden y. to it. Our only difference is that those whether or not the safeguards it s.ns "ho do not agree with us have no con about the gold standard would be ef- fiien-e in the virtue or capacity or high fective against his executive power if. he should be elected, even if the senate remained republican and so blocked Ifrlee silver legislation. High authori ties believe that, by ordering bonds c f the Unlted'States to be paid, principal tuia uueresi, in swer cum, agonin wish of the holder, he could, even be- j through the issue nf battle becchie out fore bonds were due ami presented for, wards." payment, establish the principle of per emptory . silver payment of private debts and so shock our whole financial and business systems into panic and chaos. Persons most scrupulous for the security of our national credit have ; . , , V, , "ill be amnesty broad and liberal, but not regarded the gold standard pro- n,( abatement of our rights. n aban visions of the act of March 14 as wholly I donment of our duty. There must be successful and satisfactory. n scuttle policy. We will fulfill in the Mr. Bryan attacks this part of the Philippines the obligations imposed by 'law in a feeble and perfunctory man- he triumphs of our arms and by the . treaty of peace, by international law, ner. only assailing the republicans for by tne nation-s SCI)se of non0I. and not establishing international bt-metal- more than all, by the rights, interests lism. One listens in vain for the s'tern ! denunciation of 1S96, the rrophecies if disaster under the gold and the promis- of happiness and abundance under th3 silver standard. If he is thus timid in his own west what will he be in the "enemy's country"? He acts as if he were fairly. well satisfied with the gold standard provisions of the act of March 14, and thought he could carry out his purposes of financial administration under them, well enough. He reserves his attacks on the law Tor the banking and refunding provisions, under which !A Uo-operative Enterpri.-v Projected in the circulating medium has been in- j Tucson. creased and! the interest on the public The organizing. of a farm colonv is debt has fceen reduced. Of course, hs ono of the probabili..ies of thl, imnK,di. fundamental objection to these is thit aio futurei says tnr Slar Such a co!. bank notes are redeemable in gold-or ony could find a number of most lleMr. in anything for that matter; for his ab!e locations in the Santa Cruz val hearers must see the inconsistency of ( ipv. There is an abundance of rich his singling out for attack just those iSn(1 beautiful land which can be sup provisions of the law which have m:t;,,iied with water from .the und-rllow in remarkable and unexpected degree of :h? Santa Crllz river. Each coIo-ist the democratic and populist demand j Ifor more currency. Continuing reports of the operation of the banking provisions of the gold Standard act discover that it caused an Inflation of sound money that mechanics and working people since its passage larger than was ever Bvni-rally "ho are employed in shops madef any currency in the same time, ':!"' ".'W'amile houses can enjoy ih . . , , Ifuiin life, the village or colon lif if we except the greenback forced loans wm f.ft.or( Th(, env,ronm(.nU ,(f Tllo. of the civil war. Before its passage, I s,,n offer unusual advantages for plam natlonal bank circulation had been i ing a number of farm colonies which. steadily declining for some yeais, while other forms of currency, except gold, were stationary. On January 1, 1899, bank note circulation was about S243, 000,000 and it had hardly varied from this on January 1, 1900. The gold stand ard act passed March 14, and by Aug ust 8 bank note circulation had in creased to $321,000,000. Here is an in crease in circulating medium of nearly $80,000,000, which will rise to jnju.uiiu.mw . - 1 wi, .v,.. i o,i. ,.r changing bonds and printing notes niw j we are plvafle)J to say .Uial Mr Vtan under way shall be completed. This doiph has dispelled those fears by an Increased circulation has been diffused! thmizing the complete nmcadainizirifr widely through the country by the wise, provision of the law authorizing banks! of $25,000 capital in small places. Of. the 426 new banks whose applications for charter under the law have been approved, 326 have less than $25,000 capital and of these 180 are already or ganized and In operation, only five months after passage of the law. This is only small part of the sound ! ntimov i n fin t inn nF Hi a luct f mt- .-n a r-i though the other is due to the general policy of the republican administration, lather than specifically to the gold standard act, without which, however, it must have betn checked and retro graded at the first touch of peril to the national credit, like that involved in the chance of Bryan's election. In 1896, when he was making his last campa'gn, the amount of gold in the country by treasury and bank returns and esti mate of circulation was less than $600, 000,000. This was the lowest point for ten years, except 1S93. Gold hail been Mowing out of the country since 1S90. in dread of the silver basis. In spite of Cleveland's bond sales to bring it back. One year after Bryan's defeat it had increased nearly $100,000,000 and now it is over $1,000,000,000. Of this $725,000,000 is visible supply in banks and treasury and only $275,000,000 estimate for amount in circulation. The old esti mate for this amount was about $400,- C00,000, a deduction having been made for suspected error; so that the increase has really been greater than it seems. But taking the figures as they stand, here is sound money inflation of half a billion dollars $400,000,000 of it gold for the four years of contraction, ruhi and despair which were to follow the election of McKinley and the establish. merit of the gold standard. It is no wonder Bryan prefers to diatter about militarism, an empire and trusts. It is said and quite generally be lieved that President McKinley will de vote much of his letter M'KINLEY of acceptance to cxpos OX IMPERI- ilng the bugaboo charac ALISM. ter of the cry of "imper ialism." That the cry is a humbug, concocted out of the dis eased imagination of the anti-imperialists who are now supporting Bryan, is coming to be the prevalent belief. The number of people who are deceived ly it is very small, and grows smaller daily. The president has shown no symptoms of imperialistic 'tendency, and at frequent intervals has shown no fear to meet the challenge of his crit ics. What, for example, rould be more explicit than this passage in his speech at the Ohio society banquet in New York city on March 3 last: "There can be no imperialism. Those ' t" v. e,wvi iniiii ui liua liru Jjtu- I pit; a a. civilising agency, wnne we De- liove that the century of free provern- mcnt which the American people hav enjoyed has not rendered them ii reso lute and faithless, but has fitted them for the great task of lifting up and as- iinerty lhose distant people who .have 1 In hia cnnOfl, at lanlnn Ti.ltr 19 nn ci ptlng the renomination for the presi dency, he said! "The Philippines are ours and A reri can authority must be supreme and conditions of the Philippine ivople themselves. No outside interference blocks the way to peace and a stable government. The obstructionists are here, not elsewhere. They may fiost pone but they cannot defeat the reali zation of 'the high purpose of thisia tiun to restore order to the islands and to establish a Just and generous gov ernment, in which the inhabitants shall have the largest participation for which they are capable." THE FARM COLONY. will own or control from five- to ter. n;'res, which will provide ample ground lor gardening, orchards, pas'turage and teed for the domestic animals and poultry. The location of the cu'onv i jarm sfnouiu De near enousP to the .-itv cnuld be utilized by those who U-.-iiv to enjoy bo';h farm and city life. The farm colony will in the future mak; up the suburban population of Tucson. YUMA STREET IMPROVEMENTS. Oeneral extensions and improve ment! of the yards and tracks of the Southern Pacific railroad at Yuma have bi en commenced. Madison avenue i to be double track-'-d from a. point near ,1, . !,.... n.,..u: l" "uhh-i ii imini- lintel to Third of our pinole s-'-reet, wnicn some '"""fi'.i iiiifiin jNuie urn uiieiicai. .1 hnl "' nne aenue with tiila ( ity cement K:avel, which will permanently im prove and beauti.'y the street, in atV dition to this, Mr. Randolph will have he grade on First street cut down and widened some, and the city will be furnished with enough cement graved to macadamize thai, street from the 'i racks to the summit of the grade. The tracks on Madison avenue are t i be buried, so that only the top? of the rails will show, thus making all parts POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR DISTRICT ATTORNLY I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the office of district attorney of Maricopa county, subject to the action of the republican county conven tion to be held September S, 1900. ARTHUR J. EDWARDS. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for y-. oilce of district attonuy of Maricopa county, subject to the action of the i (-publican county conven tion, to be held September 8, 190;. THOMAS E. FLANNIGAN. FOR ASSEMBLYMAN I hereby announce myself as candi date for the assembly, subject to the decision of the republican county con vention. LEWIS "W. COLLINS. FOR COUMTY ASSESSOR I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the office of county assessor of Maricopa county, subject to the action of the republican county convention. CHARLES "W. BARNETT. FOR COUNTY RtCORDER I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the office of county recorder of Maricopa county, subject to the action of the republican county convention. L. W. COGGINS. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the office of county recorder of Maricopa county, subject to the action of the republican county convention, to be held September 8. GEORGE A. MAUK. FOR PROBATE JUDGE MR. N. A. MORFORD will be a can didate for probate judge, subject to the choice of the republican county con vention. of the street available fir wagon traf fic. If all railraad officials authorized to build and extend facilities would show 'the same consideration for 'th? welfare of the people we would hear but few complaints against railroads. Sentinel. YAQl'IS WILL YIELD. Demand That They Remain Together. Th?y Two Indians giving .their names as Teta Biata and Rata Metal, and claim ing to be captains in the army of the rebellious Yaqui-s, passed through El , Pa?o last Saturday en route to Yuca- ! tan. They say the Yaquis in Sonora ! are willing to lay down their arms and submit to -thu Mexican government, provided the latter will not insist on scattering them in:;o the interior of Mexico. The two -Ulcers say they are going to Yucatan to see how the miall col ony of .their people there is prospering, with J vkw to taking the bulk of the Yaqui people to Yucatan in caje they fail to hold their lan J's in Sonora. Through the agency of the peaceful Yaquis, the Mexican government has consented to discuss term 5 of pea.-. wSth the rebels, who are now scattered in bands throughout Sonora. YUMAITES IN NOME. A letter from William Davis, for merly a deputy sheriff f thi. county, now at Cape Nome, Uo his friend, Mr. Marvin, in which he states that anionar othc.s who formerly resided in Yuma and are now engaged in mining at Nome and prospering, are William Sexsmith and Ed Hurt;, mining part ners of his. He states that they haw located a fractional claim of 110 feet four miles from Nome and that they are taking out an ounce of gold to the man a day. Ed Crane is one of the re cent arrivals. Ward Priest If night shift boss fur his brother-in-law, Thomas Ferry. Sentinel. SUPERSTITIOUS. "Of all rhe gamblers I ever naf lie's the most sup rsititioua." "Always calling .for a new deck to change his luck. I supp. se." "Oh, no, he ioesn't play cards any more as all. It occurred to him recent ly that there are uhirteen cards In i-v-ery suit." POET'S LOVE. Tess Young Aster, the poet, doesn't seem f fond of Cora since he met her cousin May., Jess No. Its much easier to wr.t sonnets to May; there are so many more rhymes in her name. Philadel phia Press. o IN MUSIC CIRCLES. Daughter Papa, what did Lirzt corc pose? Father (groping) I don't know un less It waa "Liszten to the Mocking Bird." The name kinder sounds like it might be his. Detroit Free Press. said th? young man wi;h the high brow and eagle eye, "would 'nave my name in the mouths of mpn: some calling me accursed and other.- shou'ting my acclaim to the ringing welkin." "That's dead easy," eaid the gentlf nian with tlv grizzled beard, "just bolt your party ticket. Indianapolis Press. n Sparrows hatch three times a year. Gold is mined in thirty-seven coun ties in California. A Weak Stomach Is the cause of all disease. It makes impure blond, and this enfeebles the heart. lungs. liv. r and kidneys. Strengthen the digeti:ivt organs with Hesketter's Stomach iBtlcrs, and your health will improve. Everyone needs it to keep the bowels from becoming clogged. To thi?e who have tried other remedies in vain, this will prove worth its weight in gold. Our PRIVATE REVENUE STAMP covers the neck of There Is UOSTETTER'S MAthtno. Just As Good" f . .. STOMACH BITIERS fcournerr) vea m - - j ' F -H The houses advertising under this head are reliable and well conducted. The Repub- tfl Uj liean recommends them to people who contemplate spending the summer In Southern nj m caiuorma. Those who may patronize inem mw ign readme tnc aaverusemenw m ice m -ij Republican are respectfully requested to mention this paper. jl LiOS BNGHIiES. iris?. .tJus? j-SSSS. &tgjHnL ; Hotel Westminster LC3 ANGELES, CAL AMERICAN AND EURO PEAN PLAN. & UOUi SUmOlE fRTES f. o. joHrison, pnopmnTon. ARIZONA PEOPLE while stopping in Los RESTAURANT, Under NADEAU only FirM -Class Popular Triced Restaurant Dinner. Everything the Market Affords. THE HOLLENBECK HOTEL Headquarters for ArUontar.i. American and European Plans. Central Locai:cn and Firct -Class Service. Special Summer Rates, Los Angeles, Cal. A. C. BILICKE & CO., Props. lianga Rooms Hot and Cold Bet'f", Corner ?,Iatn and Second Streets, Los AneeJes, Cal. Furnished rf.-ims. sinirle or en suite. Central location. Modern conven iences. i';r enient to rertnurants, theaters and postorfice. Kleetric cars to all peris of the city pass tl-.e door. Entrance 103 East Second street. HOifl P BATES: na.CO and np ilic3. W rite f.ic r ' R'l f t ArJ-oni Republican ..THE hafen.. Neatly Furnished Rooms. Hot and cold Baths. 344 South llili.st I.os Aeceles, (Jal. Cafe in connection with house. STBS. M. J. KNOX, HOTEL SILVER CITY. First-class modern rooms sinple or ensuito. Coolest and most attractive outside rooms in city ai low Bummer rate. Strictly lirsi-ciitss, iii.00 to tiM.UO per month. 602 W. Sixth Street, Corner Olive, LOS ANUKLES, CAL. Parties visitinR 1.03 AXGELES. CAL., will find handsomely furnished rooms at "THE MILTON," South Broadway. Building and Furniture Xew. not Water in all Rooms. Private Baths. .Everything Complete and Absolutely Modern. Management Btrictlv First-Class. GEO. D. ROWAN. Hotel Lincoln, Favorite Hotel for Arizouians. W. J. VERGE. SAf4TA Ocean "View, Nicely Furnished Rooms With or Without Hoard. Only a Sbort Distance from Electric Car Line. Rooms for Light Housekeeping. HOTEL REDODO COOL SEASIDE RESORT Best Place to Spend a Vacation JOSEPH H. BOHON, Manager. Kedondo, TEf?MINALt THE aOHX)OTST ARMS TERMINAL iSLAND, CAL. IS an Ideal riace to Spend the Hot Summer Monthe Hotel First-clase; $2.50 to $4 Ter Day. Hathing, Iloating, Fishing the Best on the racific Coast. Six Trains Daily to Los Angeles. SAN AMERICAN l'LAN THE A comfortable Summer Home inr house. AeeomminlHt: GARDEN CITY RESTAURANT j TH3 OLDEST IN THK (TtTT. Enjoy the best standing with trades mom. Buys everything at spot cask pries and gives the best 25c meal. TUCK HINQ & CO. XI and 24 Waahington St., east of J rohn 4k Co. Prlnvte rooms for faaalllss Tinkata. MM; slnrla mala. V Phoenix Restaurant The bftst ami cheapest ontinjr iu the city. Meals 'joe. Moil tickets $:i.ro. MeH at nil hours. Civil tmd courteous service tendered. Curtained boxes fo families When hUDgry and looking for a pood meal sro to the Phoenix Restaurant 23.S. First Avenue. Opposite Court Bouse Plaza, itorma note s. it NATICK HOUSE LOS ANGELES, CAL. RATES: J1.25 to $3.00 per day. Latter with pri ale baths. Rooms SOc up. 1 he moat popular house in Los Angelea for Arl EniiH people. Has just added a third story and now rontains 175 rooms, all newly furnished, with running water and elevator. Thirty suites with private baths. Free Baa to and from all trains. MOST COMFORTABLE HOTEL IN THE CITY. .A nireles should eat nt JERSEY CREAMERY HOTEL, 214 and 216 West First -Street. The in the City. Orchestra During Lunch and the YORKE SELECT FAMILY HOTEL Sixth and Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. IT. C. Fryman, Prop. For 4 years manager of the Mt. Lowe Hotels per week. Special rates to large parties oi fam- I.r hijfcklet THE ROSSMORE. KleeiTiMy jf urnisheo rooms iiij west an tu Los AnKcles, Cal. 'enlri'.lly Located. PEOPRIEIOK. EUROPEAN' l'LAN, Opposite the I'ark. C. W. SCOTT, Manager. Hill Street. n-ar Second, Los Angeles, California. The Leading Fninily Hotel. Appointments first-class. Special rates for the Summer. Under New Management. A Prop. JVlCfilCA. V. H. BENSON, Prop-, 318 Ocean Avenue, Santa Monica, Cal. California. ISUAflD. DIEGO. CESTKALLZ LOCATED HELIX R. H. SMITH, Prop. Arizona Tomi-'. Private dinim- room, new fnniilurc, new us lor com uu n i nl men. Everything first-class. Fifth atdi Streets. SAN DIEGO, California. Center Street Meat Market A. WEfLEE, Proprietor. . i'..r Choice B irbecued Meats Hnd prime vutMof lieef. Pork, Veal and Mutton. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES I ALL AT Center Street Meat Market IS X. Center Street. Telenlione jikb. Ciif'rnia Pasanena ' Miss Orton's Classical SCHOOL FOK GIRLS. Xew liuililiii-.'s irymnHsinin, speeinl care' of health. Entire cliarce taken ot pupils for Calendar enr. if desired. Certilicat aiimiis to tastiTu t olleges. THE Phoenix National Bank, PHOENIX, ARIZONA. rPaid Up Capital 1M,H surplus and Undivided Profit. - M,fM B. B. GAGE, President. C. J. HALL, Vice-President E. B. KNOX, Cashier. L. B. LARIMER, Asa't Cashier Steel-Lined Vaults and Steel Safety Deposit Boies. General Banking Business Drafts issued on all the prtntlpal dtlM of the world. DIRECTORS. JAS. A. PLEM ING. C. J. HALL. G. B. RICHMOND.F. S. BELCHER. B. HETMAN. F. M. MURPHY. D. M. FERRY. E. B. GAGE. T. W. PEMBERTON. -THE National Baal of Arizona, PHOENIX, ARIZONA. CAPITAL PAID UP 100.W SURPLUS U.M EMTL GANZ, President. BOL LEWIS. Vic3-Prertdnt. 8. OBERFELDEa Canhlor JOHN J. SWEENEY, Asst. Caehier, Directors; Emil (Jantz, Sol Iwi, J. Y. T. Smith, Charles Goldman, 8. Oberfelder, E. M. Dorris, Jos. Tlialheiiuer. CORRESPONDENTra Tho Bank of California.. San Francisco Laidlaw & Co New Tors National Bank of Commerce. ..St Louli 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 Prescott Messrs. N. M. Rothschilds & Sons... London ESTABLISHED 1893. THE PRESCOTT NATIONAL BANK 'PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. Capital Paii in - - - $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits - 35,000.00 FRANK M. MURPHY, President. MORRIS GOLD WATER, Vice-Prejrt. HENRY KINSLEY, Cashier. C O. ELLIS. Assistant Caaklsr. DIRECTORS: FRANK M. MURPHY. MORRIS GQLIJWA.TEK. H. kinsLet. R. N. FREDERICKS. JOHN C. HEENDON. E. B. GAGE. D. M. FERRY. Accounts of individuals, Arms and corporations solicited on favorable terms. THE VALLEY BANK or PHOENIX, ARIZONA. Paid Up Capital .......$1,M Surplus H,MI WM. CHRISTY, President. J. C. KIRKPATRICK,Vlce-PresJKt W. D. FULWILER, Cashier. LLOYD B. CHRISTY, Asst. Cashiar Drafts Issued on all of the Important cities of the United States and Earopa Discount Commercial Paper and Do General Banking Business. Office Hours, 9 a. m. to I p. m. DIREC'JOKS. M. H. SHERMAN. WM. CHRISTY. E. J.BENNIT1V J. C.K I UK PATRICK F. C. HATCH. V. 1). FULWILEK LLOYD It. CHKISTY. COEESSrOX.OENTB. Am. Exchange Nat'l BnnK New Tori Am. Exchange Nat'l lianK Chloaso First National Bank Los AngeJe Bank ot Arizona Prescott. Arts The Anglo-California Bank ei&D Francisco, cal. 36 Nassau SI., New York. FISK & ROBINSON, Bankers AND Dealers in 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 cash. HARVEY EPWARDVlSK. CF.OKGK H. ROBINSON, Member New York 8tock Exchange WITHOUT BEIJG PUMPED Uplmllt-tell Ay lit! V(l" rfP.? ' H our I'um pine W-Jw-'i'f-SK!? PlKnts. We'll 3K5VW j lot only tell nil unoiii ' A. t ' J K'T: R -r , know about! mem, uui win will the I cxin'rience oi others In trici r own wonls. .lust mail us a poptnl with -'How Hhnut I'umping Plants 1" ami your a'lilross mt the back. Weber Gaa and Gasoline Engine C 44US. W. Biuilf vnril. Ka.isus City. Mo. HE3 Hi HOME SAYINGS BANK AND TRUST CO. PHOENLX, ARIZONA. CHARLES P. AINSWORTH, PresX a M. M'COWAN, Vice-President. R. H. GREENE, Secretary. Authorised Capital tlH.M Hours.: 8 a. m. to I p. m. Saturdays: 9 a. m. to 7 p. m. Interest on deposits. No conunlssloi on loans. HUGH H. PRICI, Cashier and Treasons DIRECTORS. CHARLES F. AINSWORTH, & M. M 'GO WAN, HUGH H. PRICE. ANCIL MARTIN. R. XL GREEXH. BICYCLES and TYPEWRITERS . Rented and Repaired Official Re pairrran of the National Cash Rgistcr. E. M. DEPEW & CO. Booth Jlr.t Ava Bargains for August 4 lots on First avenue near Van Buren $500 each 40 acres under Maricopa canal; Im- provea; a not La, well, house and barn. $3,000 160 acres, one mile from Phoenix, in alfalfa; water rights Maricopa and Grand $12,000 W. J. MURPHY, O'Neill Block, The Mesa and Ray Mine Stage Co. Train leaving Phoenix 2 p. m., con nects at Mesa with stage for Florence and Kelvin, "Riverside," on Sundays. Tuesdays and Thursdays, and with stage for Pinal and Ray Mine on Mon days, Wednesdays and Fridays. Four and six-horse coaches. Acetylene search lights. DESERT IS CROSSED AT NIGHT. Stages arrive at Kelvin and Ray Mine at 6:30 a. m Fastest and best equipped stage line in the west. Per ishable freight a specialty. Phoenix Agency at M.& P. & S. R. V. RR. City Office Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa Stage Leaves Phoenix 8:30 a. m. Return on your own time. telephone 284, Ofrce. L. W. COLLINS. Proprietor. One Dollar -Saved ly waiting until you reach Mari copa and take a nice, cool com fortable room at the New Ed wards Hotel. Train arrives 8:43; Uaves for Tucson and El Paso at 4 a. m. Give us your patronage. Sleeping Car Companies don't need it. J.V.Edwards, Proprietor. Geo. H. OALL&GHXB. JOS FIF1ELD. Estimates Furnished. Fifield & Gallagher GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS Booms 11, 13 and 13 O'Neill BuUdln. PHOENIX, ARIZONA. P O. Box 57S. ..THE PflLHCE.. BIRSCBFELD & PERKINS, PBOPBIETOBB. IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC Wines, Liquors and Cigars PHOENIX. ARIZONA CASTLE GREEK HOT SPRINGS OF ARIZONA. Opon all summer. Take trains on the S. F. P. & P. R. K. for Hot Springs 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 of different temperature. For terms and information address C. M. COLHOUN, MANAGER Hot Springs, Yavapai Co, Ari?