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TIIE ARIZONA BEPUBLICAN: SATUliDAY 3IOHNINO, SEP)
? 3, 1900. The Arizona Republican THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN ARIZONA THAT IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY. IN TIIE YEAR. CHARLES C. RANDOLPH, Editor and Proprietor Exclusive Morning Associned, Press Dispatches. The only Perfecting Press In Arl sona. The only battery of Linotypes In Arizona. Publication office: 3G-H8 East Adams treet. Telephone No. 47. Entered at the poslofflce at Phoenix, Arizona, as mail matter of the second Class. . SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By mail, daily, 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. PHCBNIX. SEPTEMBER 1, 1900 NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. For President WILLIAM M'KINLEY OHIO. For Tioe-President THEODORE ROOSEVELT NEW YORK. The: water storage movement begun ly The Republican is under full head i way. F-.:lly six hundred A' repres-.e illative eitizfn. GOOD of this valley gathered START. at the Dorrls theater yesterday and ock ac tion looking to the formulation of a pkin for raising the ni ni y required' for , the construction of a storage reser voir. The utmost enthusiasm prevailed at this meeting. It was apparent from the Piveeches and from ihe ac'tions of the farmers and 'business men present that the spirit which will bring water stopugv with all its atl -Milan! blessings "W.-ta at las: fully aroused. There was an atlcrniV made to revive the old feeling ..f discoid be tween the farmers and I he townspeople, .tout It was stopped so vfi'eetlvcly that Its author must haV feltt exceedingly . lonesome. The "nati n.il aid" foolish ness also was Injected, but the mass meeting1 had no stomach for it. The people liavf come to understand that water storage can only he secured through their united offm-ls, and if yes terday's meeting had any significance whatever it meant that iheiewill be no relaxation until the- desired object iri attained. The committee appointed to consider the various plans advanced is com posed of representative men and thi-re can b9 no doubt that its conclusions will be based on a careful rtudy of .the questions involved. This committee is to call another mass mrvting as soon as it has decided upon a plan. The Re publican takes this- occasion to repeat that It will support any plan that promises to solve v the problem. It is overjoyed to see the si. hit manifested Bit the initial meeting. It has no doubt that success will finally attend the movement to provi.lo this valley with nn d'(iia"t(? water supply. Charles Denby, ex-minii'ter to China, member of the first Philippine com mission, has been al . DENBY'S ways considered one of INDICT- the strongest anil wis MENT OF e.st of the democratic BRYAN. public men. He ranks as a diplomat and a stales man very highly. Mr. Denby strongly condemns Mr. Rrynn's attitude toward the Philippines and opposes his elec tion. Pointing out that the ratification of the treaty of Paris was due to the in fluence of Mr. Bryan on some of the democratic senators, Mr. Denby de clares that the attack of Aguinaldo's soldiers had then already been made upon our flag and our soldiers, who were compelled to fight for their lives. The study of the dates Is interesting. On August 13, JS'lS, we took Manila. In December, ISiix, Spain made the treaty ceding the archipelago to us. We were In occupation of it anil had : been for some time when the rebellion' began on February a. is.e.i. The treaty Was ratified February 7. Mr. Iiryan ad- ! Vising the ratification even after rebel-! lion had begun. He tin n knew Aguin aldo's claims and intensions and kne. that he had opened war after plotting against the Americans for many, months. , If Bryan heliev-d Asruinaldo was right why did he advi.-v tht ratifica tion of the treaty, which he could have As Mr. iJenby truly says: "Then was tho time to have '.a iked about the consent of the povetn"!. and not now. when every speech he makes adds ten names to the roll of our dead and 100 to the Filipino dead." Mr. Denby does not exaggerate. It may hurt the feelings of the demo crats, but there are hundreds of letters from the most intelligent of our officers and soldiers In the Philippines who agree that it is Hryan'who is keeping alive the insurrection. I.awlon's. writ ten almost as he went out to die, is con firmed by hundreds of others that it is the copperheads in America who are shooting the Ameiiean soldiers in the Philippines in the back. It must be remembered too that Fen aior Hoar's charges id' bad faith against l'-ryan have not been and can- not be refuted. 11c said: 'I must have something better than these declarations affuinst imperialism from the candidate who secured the passage of the treaty and baffled all the efforts I was able to make against it hi fore 1 am ready to purchase his elec tion at the cost ,,f having a govern ment that will sympathize with the disfranchisement of 10.0iMi.ti0i) id' Ameri cans at home, that will stand for dis honoring the currency, for the violation of national faith, for the overthrowing of the banking system, and the estab lishment of an income tax. for assault ing the integrity of the supreme i otirt. for sympathizing i-verywheiv with populism and socialism." The one foolish break iikkIo. in the wa.ti r meeting 'yesterday was the idiotic m,"gestion of Dr. Ford tha; the county should confiscate the Hutson Reservoir and Canal company, and :hat the peo ple should take It with gnus if neces sary. The fact that the reservoir com pany has expended its moil, y in good faith in an ammoint approximating two hundred thousand dollars, and i Hill expending good money in an hon eiC effort to make a success of the project, makes it pertinent to sngge.-i that if the company would turn the cnt rpriso over i Dr. Ford he would undoubtedly make it go. His well known liberality ar.d public spirit and efforts t.i help ithi; community al- ng as long us- the other fellrw will put up the m ney would guarantee success. The att nipt of Col. Mi Cnr l to array the farmers against the town'sp; pie n'l yeserday's mass meeting: had a ludi crous ending. Only four p. rsons out of t he big assemblage sided with him. an 1 the majority indulged in a good laugh at his expense. The water movement Is fairly under way and the knockers wid have to stand aside. "South Dakota will go republican without a doubt." says Chairman Frank Crane of the South Dakota state committee. "The people are prosper ous, silver is forgotten as an issue, and the state is for expansion. That means McKinley and Roosevelt will carry the state." Cleveland's claim to be the metro polis of Ohio is vindicated by the cen sus returns. Its population is t'.Jil.TGS, far ahead' of that of Cincinnati, which has only :!2.r,768. In ISitO the population or Cleveland was 2G1.000, that of Cin cinnati, L'llti.OOO. Pequea township, Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, is certain1 to vote for McKinley. The Reverend Daniel Rhinos there has five sons, five sons-in-law and thirteen grandsons, and h and they are all republicans. The actual betting on McKinley in the New V'ork stock exchange is two to one. The latest wager was $100 put up by K. A. Sichel for McKinley against $.".H0 for I'ryan. "National aid" r.x-. ived the cold shoulder a1, the mass meeting yester day. The farmers -iT the Salt River valley know a fo, i proj-e't when they see it. Col. McCord called yesterday. He got it. a division KINO'S OlFT IN A PAWNSHOP. The puwn.leal is in. Washington have in past years accumulated numerous abides, of romantic and hi.-r.oi-ica 1 val ue w'hif'h had an oidinary hist ry. Hut ii. is fiife to say tlv.it nevi r before in the history of thse establishments has one obtained possession of anything (fait? as curious a- the silver service now on exhibition a1: a prominent Pennsylvania avenue loan otlice. It is a silver s. t presented by King Fredeiick William IV of Prussia, to High Constable n;:i of Westminster. London. The high Constable- evidently per formed well his duties and made a p. mug ini'. : ion upon the kitiir. for upon his return o Prussia Fiv : -i ick William ordered ihe royal silversmith to design a handsome service to be sent to thv Westminster official as a token of his- a-pprociati- n. The resell id" hi- majesty's order was n superb s-t of over :!ih pieces of sil verware, including an immense coTfe urn. tea. urn, cream pitcher, sugar bowls, spoons of various sorts, knives, forkf, 'tongs, etc. The large piece- were all carefully beaten out by hand, of ex quisite workmanship, lxautiful in their lines, and profusely . rna mented. I'xin th- larger nieces of the service w as en graved th ' following: "The girt of his majesty. Frederick William IV. king of Prussia, to mark his sense of ..h ai'.enti .n of Ko?ter Owen, higa oon tnli!.? if W, :' ml::stri iU ring the king's visit to (he metropolis-, 4th February, 1S42." The presentation look p'ace m re than half a cen1 urv asro. It w sii"pose 1 inn': lie d-.-s:- ndan's of High Censial-'e Owei. w'ho came into pe.--ession i f tlv p: in- i ly gift as an h- irloom, wer forc ed tarojfjh cin um-Jtancis to disp jso of the silverware, and that they did so re-lu-rtunUy and with lihe sMipu'lanion that it should go out of England. It i.4 said on good authority that ffom- years ago an offer of $.6,000 for the ser vice was refused by the owner.-. At any rate the king's presen't to the high confutable reached Baltimore, where it has been for several years. Several times its p sses?or in that city refused high prices, for the "Silverware bearing the kingly crest, but it was finally dis posed' of sir. pt.blic sale and purchased by r.he proprhi.nr of a local loan of fice. San Francis.-o Examiner. A NEW CAPITAL F R CHINA. It may be confidently predicted that none of the civilized powers' of uhe world will ver again sead anib.-issa lors to Peki-n. The situation is now far enougih advanced to make it plain '.hat if the Chin- e empire is to maintain its integrity, it mu.: be til th ? cost " f such conct .-.-ions to other nation;; as sliall form ah'soUiie guarantees against out rageous and sudd n treachery oil (he part of the Chinese goveinm nt. Th to are very few guarante. s which the Chi nese governm lit- can give which .i.e resit of the w il l would in-r.-i1; as worth anything: hut first among the.-e i ihe removal of the capital t o a point where thie powers holding diploma '. if rela tions with China can rea-h and pro tec', their representatives readily ond effec tively. They i-aniint take the chnnc.-s again .vf a siege of the 1 ga lions In t w interior of Chian. The essential eondiii n is':hat ihe ca; ttal of China shall be within reach of (he naval foivi s of oth r nations. This w aiTd be a hard and intolerable con dition to exa : of a power, holding equaliiiy la the international family. Rut China is not such a power an 1 can not be tf.U il as nn h. She will have tn accept the position in'to v'h:-ch her late eeccntriciij- has placed her and yield to the demands for setir:. y exa te l b-y fli-ose wilh which she nsm hit. s. There oug''! to be no difficulty in ar ranging : his 1 ratisfei- ,iT the seat i f go -ernmenl. Nankin, 'ihe ancient capital of the "Middle Kingdom" of China pr o p"r. winiM be enlirely salisfa dn.-y. But P kin. u liieh only by gooi foriitn" litis, been lak-n by Ihe allies a.'t' r a long and ar. Pauls military expedition, and which iitiglvt. not have been taken a': all if th - Chinese fia.l been pi-omp't in flooding the surrounding' country, can never a .vain be th - residear - and trap of the f reign ambassadors. Th Res-Ion Post. Mil. STONE'S STOHV. Ex-fJov. Stone, of Mis-omi, fells a .dtcry of an exierience he hiid with a western p-litieian whom he m t on Ihe (rain on his way rrom the Kansas City convention. Hi,': and worn out by the week stv?it in the Misoiiri town, os Jov. Stone soiu-lit res: and quiet in a Sfa.t in the ear next to an open win dow. Jtist before the train MaiVel a lypi cal western r go( in and look the seat beside him. The train had hardly g t starte I 'before the man l;i gan ro try re open a conversation with i x-Oov. Stone and began to 'talk politic--. The- demo cratic leader from Missouri had had enough politics during the convention to hrs't him for s,mc time, and did ti'it encourage bis companion to talk. But. ii vertheless. the man ran on in his conversation, and from his talk ex (Jrv. S'tone s ion found that he was a great admir -r of James O. Blaine. "Did you ever see Mr. Blaine?" asked the westerner, and when Mr. ?. one r -plied that he had. hi? compani m sai l: "The greatest disappfiintment of my life was that I never saw the great man from Maine." I.'d just give anything in '.he world if I could have seen him walk down those halls of congress wearing ithat white plume." Gov. Stone was so astonished at tho remark thnt he roused hims.lf long enough to turn to hi--- companion and say: "Why, Mr. Blaine never wor a white plume." But this Fe.-med to mak Ihe Wf?lern er mad, and he replied: "Oh, yes. he did. Did you never read alxiu.: him bi ing a 'plumed knighl;?' Why. I have heard that when he. wtilked down those halls of congress he not only were a white plume, but carried a spear, just like any other knigh. t." 1 Itill imotv Ameri an. THE OK AND .IlltV. One of the Judges of a Philadelphia court once took occasion, in dismissing a grand jury to suggest the advisabil ity of abolishing that irsUtution. He maintained that it -was cumbersome, expensive, a. id adapted to facilitate the escae of criminals. Originally, he - b served, it was of value to protect cit izens agains-t opref.-im by the offio rs of the government. Nowadays no such danger exists-, and indictments may be prcpai 'd at o-i- e by the distrii.t attor ney. This latter suggestion is enough 'to condemn Ju.ige Bregy's prop-. sal. We know what a sink of corruption tin office of the liistrii't attorney may lie come in any large city und r ,,ur paiiy system. We know how the offn e is ad ministered in New York, and the people of Philadelphia have lately seen their ''director of public safet" accused of an a.itempt :o blackmail. As for in escape i-.f ctioiinals from justice, mat ters are ba 1 enough even with a grand jury to tinrl indii-itments. if there were no grand jury in New York, what wi'. h Tammany magistrats. a Tammany district nitni ney and a Tammany c un mlss'ioner of jurors, ther. would be lit tle hope of justice. Very f -w ci.mit:.!'" Who had any poliiioal intluem-e would then have any fear or Ping Sing, while the pn;s"cuti.iri of hones': people would become a saf" and lucrative occupa tion. The grand jury is. it is true, a eunibroifs institution: but it is almost the only bulwaik of lib rty which the ordinary ci' iz-n posses - s. It may al low some ciiminals 'to escape punish ment, but it causes some t i suffer w!io v.-ouid otherwise escape, and it protects a good many inuoceii.t people from per secution. N. Y. (,'onim-n -'al Aivertisr. Cliatinc. y M. lepew has. pe. hap--, a'.l'n ied nc.ie pnhlie dinners ihan. any man in the I'nited Slates, yet he i--rarely tro'ibl d with in ligcsriaii. Tl is is his plan to keep hi.- dig: stive organs in good r oi'iition: "l never di ink m re than on kind of win1.-. 1 smoke only .two cigar'-. 1 don't oat s ,vt-'.s and I coiilin? myself to the plain didies and cat sparingly of th-.ve." Bed-headed people are less lik ly to become, bald than these who have h lir of other lints. READ Basis of Strength. Bread ! Goad Bread ! In Short Phoenix Bakery Bread Contains everything necessary to sus tain life. It is made of the finest high grade flour, by the most skillful bakers, and in the most perfectly appointed bake shops. Is pure, palatable and wholesome, j-eing light, it van be eaten and digested by Invalid). PhoenixEakery & Conftdioner EDWARD EISELF, Prop. KtAlilisticl ISM. Telephone SKll. 7 West Wnshinslnn street. Just a Little Scorched, by the big fire: that's a'l. It didn't prevent us from open'ms up our new store .Monday morning wilh a full line of merchandise, and we have been do ing business without interruption ever since, our stmk is brand new, not damaged by fire or waler, and we are prepared to fill your orders for: GROCERIES. II AY AND GRAIN. HARDWARE, STB DEI :AKi: 1 1 WAG ONS. MINING SUPPLIES, DRUGS, POWDER. CAPS, FUSE, CKOCK ERY, BEDDING AND BLANKETS. BAR SUPPLIES, TENTS, at our usual low prices. The Bashford-Bnrniister Co., i PRESCO IT. icp. ltts bte rt(--TE: gEHaS T&S. (J Soutberr Qaliforpia Hotels. I H . ...... i lie nouses auvertisim,- muter this liencl un ill rjj t'alifuriiia. Tbose who may puinuiizu Ibeiu jjj Ropiihliean are re-peet!aily re.piefited to LOS ANGEL.ES HOTEL PALMS RATES: JJ.0 and cyv rfny, J.00 and tip ilies. Write for or rail at Arizona Republican ..THE HAEN.. Xeatlv Fiirnis'licd Rooms. J!nt an.! cold Baths. I SUtioulh HiilSt Ins Anrloss I 4 Cafe in connection ith honst, J MRS. M. J. KNOX, HOTEL SILVER CITY. First-class modern rooms miil:!'- or .-iisuitc. 'ol-sl ml.i most a ' t met iv on tsiile rooms in cttyal low Siimuu r rates. Hlrn -tly li rst i:lass, tii.uo to f'Ai.uu per muulli. jus W. aixth Street, Corner tllivo, I.OS ASltKLKS, CAL. SHfTR Ocean View, Nicely Furnished Kooms With or Without Car Line. Rooms tor Liitht Housekeeping. MOTEL REDONDO COOL SEASIDE RESORT 55 vj8 Best Place to Spend a Vacation dt JOSEPH H. BOHON, Manager. llodondo, TERIVUftAlj TIIE GOrM30NT AEA1S TERMINAL iSLAND, CAL. IS an Ideal Place to Spend the Hot Summer Month-? Hotel First-class; $2.50 to $4 Per Day. Bathin?, Boating. Finliing the l ent on the Pacific Coast. Six Trains Daily to Los Angeles. SAN AMI'Rl AN I I. AV THE K. II. Sl I I'll, Prop. A i-oniriirtrililc Stiniiner Hcne- f. r A I iolirt Toin i-'. I'rivute . ; i i : r ir room, new fiiniituic, new ll':ise. Ai.-enliiliioiliai li- lor colli HOI e ii. I men. h e I Hi i li . h -i-Ihsj.. Fifth aril & Streets, SAN DIEGO, California. I OUR SPECIAL. Pure Cre Full Cr The Besl You may p perhaps, f"r o for that -wiiic as JUST Af YOU WAN1 and yen wai filled promptly from Ihe Maricopa PHOENIX, TKLKPHONR IH7 ( ' A 5f;e l( The Bowling A Beer 1 from Ool Anheuser- Butter. nore, than nted but iST, refers both j Co. an Tha id is 5c. A Rt.'HIE McfJRKW, ittlHKKT Mcca.KARY. Cdf Lie Wante l.OOO ll.-iol . I i Ml lie tv I lie men ' Ii t.i en I nn of e:i i , line ie jttl nailer le-iee. lir? tiiriiisl.t-d. ri'e o .1. 1'. Laton, I-'i esno C ture. r ! titer vttr tu' a Ol' Utttft', it'tdtiuuk ruia. (iARDEN CITV RANI THE) OLDKBT IN TIJF1 PITT Enjoys tho hept standing with trades- men. Buys everything t f:pot sash prlc. ana giTts me nest zic meal. IVCfi HINQ & CO. Tl and U Washlneton St.. east of 3m. t-n Co i'rinvto roopiw for faaalllaa leVt. m Kr tnmim "-' - Phoenix Restaurant Til'- liPst Ii ! fi" t- -1 on i n ' i it t ho i-itv M.nlb in.-. Mi- i tick-is . :.,. Mvmn Ht ii'iurs. i - ii:i .i. t'l'iirf niiv M-rvifp (ciiilt'i-eif HMntTiiL- H'l li ' t 1 lilt :ll r- tn TJif Phoenix Restaurant 23 S Firat Avmitft, Opposite Court Koiiin Pluzn. ii-. H -j il i'ESEt R - leliBble ami well conducted. The Repub- tlir; :gh ruadius; the advertisenn;nU In the Id inciitioi. this pii'r. t NATICK ROUS LOS ANGELES, CAL. RATES: I1.3S to .3.P0 per day. letter with pri vate baths. Rooms ;'Hie up 1 he moKt popular hoiibe in Loa Angeles for Ari zona people, mil jut auuen a tlora Btory and now i oinains nr. roomi, all newlv fiirnlKlied, with miiTiiiift water and clevaur. Thirty suites with pr.uie uuius. Free Bub to and trom all trains. SELtCi FAMILY HOTEL Sixth an.l lirimJway, In Angeles, Cal. If. C. Frytnan, 1'rop, For 4 years inns, iger of the Mt. Ixwe ITotels per week. Special rates to large pnrties 01 faiu for booklet . THE HOSSAAOftE. KU-cnritlv burnished roimm lft West Six t.i Si. m Angelea, Cal, ('nitrally Located. PBOPKIETOK. ErROl'KAN PLAN, Opposite tliu J'ark. C. W. SCOTT, Manager. JlONICn. V. II BENSON, Prop-, 318 () i-aii Avenue, Santa Monica, Cal. Rminl. Only a SUort liLstaucc from Electric Colil'ornia. ISUAND. DID.O. ci.NTii i.i .. Luc Ai i:n HELIX -THE- Phoenix National Bant, PHOENIX. ARIZONA. Paid Up Capital t.M Surplus and Undivided ProflU. M,MI B. B. GAGE, President. C. J. ITAI,r,, Vire-Prealdtnt. 11. B. KNOX, Cashier. I,. B. LAl'.IllliR, Aaa't Caahiai SteeMined Vaults and Steel Safety Deposit Boxes. General Banking Business Drafts lssved on all the principal ettle of the -world. DI P.KOTOR9. . JAS. A. FLKMINO.C.. J. HALL. G. B. RICH MOKD.f. S. BELCHER. B. IIEYMAN. 1''. M. MURPHT. D. M. FKIIKT. 10. H. OA OB. T. W. PKM BEUTON. th a Ih PIIOENrX, ARIZONA. CAPITAL PAID UP SURPLUS .jioo,e- EMIT, OANZ. Preslfler.t. got. l.l'Wia, Vico-Preaideiit. B. llP.KRFI-'MiER. Cafhtor JOHN J. rfWKKNUY, Asst. Cashier. nirectors: l-'iuil CmtiI;:. Sol Lewis. .T Y.T. Smith, Charles flolitmi.n, S. (lii'rll'L-r, K. M. iiorric, Job. rioillicitui'r. CORRESPONDENra The Bank of California. .San Francisco Laidlaw & Co New York National Bank of Commerce. ..St. Louis Nat'l Bank of Commerce. .Kansas Cltj First National Bunk Chicago Colorado National Bank Denvei Farmers' & Merchants' Nat'l Bank Los Ang-elci Consolidated Natl Bank Tucsob Bank of Arizona Prescot Messrs. N. M. P.othschllds & Sons... London ESTABLISHED 1893. THE PRESCOTT NATIONAL BANK . PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, Capital Paid in - - - $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits - 35,000.00 FRANK M. MTTRFTTT, President MORRIS fiOLUWATER, Vice-Prest. HENRY KINSLKY. Casthter. 0. 6. ELLIS. Assistant CashUr. DIRRCTOIiS: FRANK M. MURPHY. MORRIS GOLDWATER. H. KINSLEY. R. N. FREDERICKS. JOHN C. HERNDON. E. B. GAGE. D. IL FERRT. Account a of individuals, firms and corporations solicited on favorable terms. THE VALLEY BAKE OF PHOENIX, ARIZONA. Paid Up Capital SlU.tM 8urplus It, WM. CHRISTY, President. J. C. KIRKPATKICK.Vice-Prel'JsEl W. D. FULW1LER. Cashier. LLOYD B. CHRISTY, Asst. Cajhlar Drafts Issued on all of the Important cities of the United Slates and Earopa Discount Commercial Paper and Do General Banking Business. Office Hours, a. in. to I p. a 111 RECTO r.3 M.H.SHERMAN. WM. CHRISTY. B.J.BENNITT. J. C.KIRKPATRIOK F. C. HATCH. W. I. Pi'LWILEH LLOYD B. I ll ICI6TV. CORRESPOK.OENTS. Am. Exchange Nat'l BnnK New Tors Am. Exchange N'a:'l Hank Chicago First National Bank Los AnseJe Bank of Arizona Prosootu Avis The Anglo-Culifornia Bunk in n rancuco. .txi 36 Nassau ST., New York. FISK & ROBINSON, Bankers Dealers in lavestment Securities. Deposit Ar-munis of li.uiks. Bankers', Firms, and Individuals received, ftih ject to sifcht ilr;::t. 1 ti ; .-rest allowed on bahiuce. oi r. iion.l. ncc invited from Corpora I ions. Trust, cs and other conservative investors, orders on the New York Stock Ex. liang executed on commission for ca-h. HARVEY ItPWARD FTSI". UFORtiK H. l:OKlNSON, Mrulior New York Stock Kxchans WITHOUT DEI NU PUMPED VI , A. w.-'itKiii.i.y icu t--!aiS V'-' ti vim nil iiiioiit - j7?5.rT-' Vi'..-ee' M ur I'umi'ii.e 3Z$n,-;;),!i V.'- Plants. We'll 1 MOW li lOll I tlie'll, lillt will U'ive i i Hie . Al.eriei'ce ot .1 u-;l imm i t us a !l'il!! t'lllllIS!" others in trie. t'OMul wtl. -1 1. .1 f UT1.1 YOlir Ht.' 1 e Weer Oa anit 0i3oiine Eng-ine C . E Jia.S. W. l!,..ileiu.l. Kuiikiis t'nv. .Mo. ( W?!nSTa!m'!T.'.llJiVLLlllMl, HOME SAYINGS BANK AND TRUST CO. PHOENIX, ARIZONA. CHARLES F. AINSWORTH, Pres't. 8. M. M'COWAN. Vlce-PresldeuU K. H. GREENE, Secretary. Authorized Capital tlM.NV Hours: S a. m. to 3 p. m. Saturdays: 9 a. m. to 7 p. m. Interest on deposits. No conunUslosi on loans. HUGH H. PRICE. Cashier and Treasurer. DIRECTORS. CHARLES F. AINSWORTH, 8. M. M'COWAN. HUGH II. PRICE. ANCIL MARTIN. R. IL GREENE. Bargains for August 4 lots? on First avenue near Van Buren $500 each 40 acred under Maricopa canal: im proved; alfalfa, well, house anil barn. $3,000 ICO acres, one mile from Fhoeni.t. In alfalfa; Wal.-r right Maricopa anj Grand ...f 512,000 W. J. MURPHY, O'Neill Block. The Mesa and Ray Mine Slags Co. Train leaving Phoenix 2 p. nt.. con ned s at Mesa with stasre for Florence and Kelvin, "Riverside," on Sundays, Tuesdays ami Thursdays, and with stnsv for Pinal and Ray Mine on Mon days, Wednesdays and Fridays. Four and six-hnrse coaches. Acetylene search lights. DESERT IS CROSSED AT NIGHT. Staifcs arrive at Kelvin and Ray Mine nt 6:30 a. nv Fastest and beat equipped stajre line in the west. Per ishable freight a specialty. Phoenix Agency at M.& P. & S. R. V. RR. City Office Center Street Meat Market A. WEILER, Proprietor. For Choice Barbecued Meats and prime cue oi .Deer, rune, veai ana Mutton. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES I A1.1. AT Center Street Meat Market in X. Comer street, telephone C-iifrnia Pasaaena Miss Orion's Classical SCHOOL FOX GIRLS. NVw liitiMititTi, irymnrtium, pHa1 rare ot li. jillli. Kmir.-VliHrKt. mfccu I pii;l for "nlein1rir yvr.r. if rel . 'ertitiiritU Hilmii-i to Kastciii t'olk'es. I Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa Stage Leaves Phoenix S:SO a. m. Return on your own time. telephone 284. Off c L. W. COLLINS. Proprietor. One Dollar Saved by waiting until you reach Mari copa and take a nice, cool com fortable room at the New Ed vards Hotel. Train arrives S:4"i; leaves for Tucson and El Paso at 4 a. m. Give us your iKitronage. Sleeping Car Companies don't need it. t J.Y.Edwards, Proprietor. GEO. H. QALLA8HK& Estimates Furnlahed. JOI IFlKI.O. Fifield & Gallagher GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS Rooms 11, 12 and 13 O'Neill Building. PHOENIX, ARIZONA. P O. Box 573. ..THE PALACE.. HIRSCHFELD & PERKINS, PKOI'BIETOKa. IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC Wines, Lifpors and Cigars -MOFrJIX. A PI7HNA CASTLE CREEK HOT SPRINGS OF ARIZONA. Open all summer. Take trains on the S. F. P. & P. R. R. for Hot Springs Junction, where good accommodations are provided. Slape leaves Hot Spring Junction at 10:"0 a. m. daily, except Sundny. The physicians outsider sum- mer the best time to cure Jlheumatlsm. Pools of different temperature, j For terms and Information address C. M. COLHOUN, MANAGER Hot Springs, Yavapai Co., Ariz.