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FRESH SHOT GUN AMMUNITION. At the ame price, would you prefer Fresh Ammunition or Stale Ammunition? Tuesday we were entirely out of 12-gauge load? of smokeless and black powder, ani Hazard, Dujwrnt and E. C. powder in bulk. Wednesday we re ceived a large shipment r f Selby load s of 12, 16 and 20-gauge shells, in smokeless and black powd.r, all regular sizes of shot, and some K. C. powder in. bulk This is not our Fall stock, but just enough to tide u? over till Oc tober, the Duck and Quail Season. (let our prices on FRKjSH AMMT'N ITIOX, and e.vmr.ar." I hem wilh other dealers. PINNEY & ROBINSON, BICYCLES, TYPEWRITERS, PHOTO STOCK AND SPORTING GOODS. Established 1883. 40 N. CENTER ST., Phoenix, REPUBLICAN CAUCUSES Candidates Have Oiled the Track With Harmony. The Republican caucuses were held In the four wards of this city lust night and passed off with unusual quietnes'. The candidates, from common report, had previously settled their minor dif ferences as to who they desired in the convention and there was no contest except in the Second ward. . Hut it would not be a real primary without some excitement and it seems from results that the political storm- center in the republican ranks has been removed from the Third to the Second ward. , The caucus of West Phoenix precinct No. 1 (Second ward) was held in the "Wave" 'building. Forty-eight votes were cast. The meeting ogranized. by electing Frank H. Parker chairman and C. W. Crouse secretary. The delegates elected were W. T. O'Houlihan, S, M. Cullom. Lloyd Christy, C. W. Crouse. G. D. Gray, George A. Mintz, J. W. Walker, C. H. Davidson. H. Riddle, Victor Norris, T. J. Prescott, Walter Talbot, W: W.Cook, H. A. Diehl. B. T. Gillet't, T. D. Bennk-tt. C. II. Moore, L. B. Larimer, F. O. Richmond, A. F. Mes slnger, R. Allyn Lewis, H. I. Latham. J. D. Monihon. None of the delegates elected received less than forty votes, and most of them received the full complement of forty eight. Scattering votes running from two to eight were cast for Messrs. Fra zler. Walbridge, Norton, Dorris, Cal derwood. McCormick, Parker and Hi. I. The proceedings were enlivened by a strenuous effort of C. M. Frazier to "bust the slate." Before the meeting was organized a package of printed bal lots containing the names of the dele gates afterwards elected was found upon the table, and Mr. Frazier charged that a slate had been made up without consulting the republicans of the ward, and that to vote the printed balluts would prevent the voters from expres sing their choice. Secretary Akers de fended the printed ballots, and at times the arguments between him and Fra zier were quite heated. Frazier made various motions to destroy the printed ballots, to adjourn for an hour, etc., all of which were voted down. It was finally decided to make nominations from the floor, which resulted in all of the gentlement on the printed ballots being named, with a number of others in addition. Pending the voting Mr. Frazled renewed his attack upon Mr. Akers, and the spectators for a while were disposed to form a ring, but Mr. Frazier contented himself with sayinj savagely to Mr. Akers, "You have busted the party wide open in Yavapii county and you are doing all you can to bust it here and this ticket nomin ated tonight will be defeated. 'Mr. Akers replied that the ticket had been formed in the interest of harmony, a'.l the candidates for county ollices hav ing agreed to It, and th.it it fair y rep resented all factions, and he denied that he had injured the party, either in Maricopa or Yavapai. With that the incident closed. The white-winged dove of peac? hav ered over the caucus in the Third Ward The Store 1 hats Always Busy Was never truer to its name than now. People are valueing their dollars al most as much as 'thev do water. They are saving them ana making tnem go as far as possible by buying goods as follows, for: ' $1.00 13 pounds best Cane Granulated Sugar. $1.10 10-pound pail Pure Eastern Leaf Lard. 60c. 6-pound pail Pure Eustern Leaf Lard. 35c. 3-pound pail Pure Eastern Leaf Larl. 15c. 1 pound Arbuckle Coffee. 48c. 1 pound Star Chewing Tobacco. 65c. 1 dozen best Pint Fruit Jars; extra quality. Don't forget us. We wan t your trade. lust get our prices Is all we ask, at le Store That's Always Busy. EE'S CASH STORE or AYest Phoenix precinct No 2, the former scene of several inharmonious gatherings, and ut a ripple marivd the serenity of the session. W. M. I Evans was chosen chairman and E. I M. Wickersham secretary. A commit- tee of three, consisting of Messrs. Frank Moss, Juhn L. Murrows, and .1. A. Marshall, was chosen to select the nineteen delegates to be voted for in that precinct. The ticket chosen was : made up quickly, as follows, and ac cepted without a dissenting vote: J. N. Dougherty. W. A. Watts. B. S. Jones, E. E. Avery. J. L. Burrows, C. j S. Blaine, J. A. Marshall, J. T. Red ; mon. William Polienoy. John Perrin, ; Julio Marion, John Leydon, M. Mat j thews. Clarence Flench. L. M. Aus- traw. j-.d. Oleson. W. .1. Anderson. W. P. Valentine, and E. M. Skinner. In the First ward, or East Phoenix No. 1, the meeting was as harmoniou -i as it possibly could be with the numbe. of voters present. The harmony war, so pronounced in fact that It was nut thought necessary to wait for the ran and file. The candidates had agreed upon a list of names and were so wol! satisfied that they couldn't wait any longer, so they organized by electing r. M. Christy chairman and AY. C. Fos:er secretary. A committee consisting of Hugh Creighton, W. P. Mealcy, A. W. Galpin, Charles Wart man and Louis Mas.ten was appointed to select a list of seventeen names to be voted for on Monday. They reached an agreement in Icfr time than it takes' to tell it, and presented the following, their action bring ratified without comment or de bate: I. M. Christy, B. M. Gregory, W. P. Mealey, J. P. McWilliams, George YY. Brown, George Kirkland, Al. Galpin, Charles Wartman. Elmer Warren, ii. M. Creighton. W. S. Foster, It. G. Pecka, H. Ii. Tritle, W. P. Crump. H. H. Harvey, A. C. Hester. A. E. Hinton. The only unfortunate thing about the meeting was its unseemly hast?, as it adjourned five minutes before the time advertised for its convening. After the lights were blown out thirty-sever, good republicans put in an appearance. None of them had an ax to grind or a ticket to present, and are probably satisfied with the one selected, but they had heard there was to be lots of harmony and they wanted to help enjoy it. In the Fourth ward, or East Phoenix No. 2, a Wpresentalive gathering as sembled and Judge Kibbey was calleif to the chair. F. A.' Madrid b'.ing chos en secretary. The objec t of the meeting hc-ing stated. R. M. Hudson moved that a j committee of live be appointed to se'e.-t sixteen names to be voted for at the! primaries. The motion carried and the chair, appointed R. M. Hudson, S. W. ! Parker. H. E. Kemp. J. W. Frakes and G. It. N. Luhrs on the committee. The committee retired to trie assessor's cf fice for four minutes and a half and returning, reported the following list of names: Joseph B. Creamer, C. F. Ainswort, G. H. N Luhrs, H. W. Ryder. J. W. Frakes. William Mathews, Charles Peterson. J. M. Aitken. Ed. Eisele. Carl Frakes, G. Alvarado. C. Lauver, J. H. Kibbey, S. W. Parker. George Caldwell, Charles Williams. Mr. Parker got the floor and an nounced that the list was a good one. with the exception of his name, but he would do the best he could and there- ' fore moved the adoption of the com-! mittee's report. The motion carried unanimously and the meeting ad journed. DEMOCRATIC INSOMNIA The Faithful Were Afraid to Go to Sleeo Last Night. Wherever one went last night he found democrats. There were long row.- cf democrats lined up in front of every bar. Ptople coming from prayer meeting found democrats obstructing the church steps. Some were at the show, some were taking rides on the street cars, some were sitting on curb stones and some were leaning against telephone p les. All of them were -ober and all were awake. A Republi can reporter met three of them at 3 o'clock ithis morning. "You're up pretty late," he sail. "Yes," replied one' of them. "Ain't you going to work tomorrow'.'" "Oh! yes: we're going to work: you bei your life we're going to work." "Then why don't you go to bed and go to sle p?" "We ain't sleepy." The fact was. every democrat i n town was afraid to go '.o sleep. He was afraid some o:her democrat would cut , his throat to hinler. delay and prevent i his appearance at the primaries today. The street department was busy yes- terday afternoon cleaning th-1 gu'tt or on the south sit' ' rf the Gooding block and swabbing oil" th idja-cut culverts 1 so that lhr- gor which Is expec ted; to be Fhel there to 'ay will n off quick ly. Gen ral Pi -l O'ISrien has his mo bile forces in occupation rf all 'the kopjes and spruits, w'th their guns pointed in every direetlon, so that no body knows which way they are going to shoot. This will probably be the hottest po litical day ever seen In Phoenix, and the fight is aii between Wilson and Smiuh. There is a general Impression shared even by some Wilson men, that I 1 Smith o.-ciipl.- Hi.- l.lter rUrat.-Kir p.. .itioti; that I:.- "ill entry the Second and Third ward-, with n fighting chance in the First, and it U conceded that he holds the cem'try in the hollow of his hand. The nriws from Coconino last Friday was olsconcertingr to the Wilson peo ple, I n: . they claim that is the only defection in the north. They expect that to be ffs t by serious Smith trou ble in the south, relying upon that arch disturber of Smith, Judge W. H. Barnes of Tucson, who relinquished the lucrative position of snake editor r,r The Republican to eniier upon the un certain game c.f politics. Yesterday afternoon a circular was Issued i,n In-half c'ul. Yils n deny ing a story in circulation reiterating hi friendliness for I lie s?-.fep men. It is pointed out that Coconino, the Rival sheep county, has g.n against him. The sheriff's tight, always the great est feature in county .politics, has been sulor.lina ted to an 1 absolutely swal lowed up In the territorial contest. Tho half d Zi-n candidates for sheriff are weakly protesting against the selection In the county convention of delegates to the territorial convention first. Th y K;yy if that is t.) be done they might as wi ll shake dice for the nomination, low man out. BACK TO NOME CITY W. A. Freeze Again On the Trail of the Aurora Borealis. W. A. Freeze left for Los Angeles !a.-t light and after a couple of days' visit in that city he will go to Seattle and outfit for a winter season in Nome City. Alaska. The average adventurer pursues h's course in tho direction of natural sug gestion and therefore travels to an un inviting clime at tho most favorable season of the year, expecting to return at the season's close. But it will i ? noted that the average adventurer does not make a siucess of life. Therefore Mr. Freeze has chosen the opposite line of conduct and while hib. mating ttr.d -r the arctic circle will try and do some thing for the ben. til of his bank ac count. ' Having mad" one trip to Nome and taken careful note of tho conditions as well as having male some in vest .r.ents he is probably as competent as any nun can he to prepare himself for the rigu'-s of a northern winter. In short. Mr. Freeze is infatuat d with Nome an1., readily admits it. II? is satis-tied there is lots of gold there, though of course there are many claims that will prove worthless. He has an interest in a business house that made a good showing during the summer and though thousands will leave on the approach of winter there are other thousa: 1-. hat will re:ra;n to guar 1 their' interests as w, 11 as for the ad Ve'otuie of the tiling. Tile novelty of a life v.heie ni-o'.ey roils high is la itself an atti-i' Liiin. There is quick actioa on investments or none at all. To illustrate, the elay his party of four arrived he first looked out for a sleeping p ace and fouiiei a t ..t and blankets but no pil low for ?! per night. Next morning the party brpc-.kfnsted ojt ha.m tin 1 eags at $2 per pia'.e. Later they put up a boarded tent and managed to fix them selves so they could live for about $ per day by doing "home cooking." Among other things that attract Mr. Freeze to Nome is an interest in a g dd claim anil a lawsuit. Shortly after ar riving thei last spring himself an 1 i.ii tners pi oeured a bond on a e-laim which joins a property from w'ai -ii ST.iO.i'iiO was taken out last year, though little 'wo! k was ;. 't done on this claim. The next day after they secured the bond the owner struck it so rich he pracli'-aliy went crazy and changed his mind about sel'ing. He conferred with h's frieneis, who tnM hi.r. to deny hav ing given the bond anel to swe.tr the Letters ma rv r.my- m , .1 fi-cn: Women Relieved of Monthly Pain by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound PasstfeiS t&siists'iiaisoa ' " 11t?at! 'Vrrts. riNKUAM: I was troubled, with female weakness, irregular Ml ( rX J-ViNw ami painful menstruation. I suffered so every Cv Vjffii 1 month that y&m 'hWsErz&-- -M,a4- Anna Lacv- Uoss' !o'va- I fe linless. your am t:l i.c .i...... KrcteV; vVi W woman 011 V est ,i W ..1.1...1 j VA Liiiiniivti i e. t.,iii Unix ive taken pound for and improved prise. d to ild t-.V-CJli. .v'"' c i KWWf it. i ' ' '"ftvrS- Lydia L. Pinkloims remedies. M Rs. ' : M?i-5-5tS:'i?!i-'. Mtkixku, 5i:i McAlpin Ave., Clifton, Ti-5i5fa5K'J'sn Srremslar Menstruation f?ViM'$i:W'& Jor what Ly.iia L Pinkham's Ve ', 'M'.Si'SiJi pound lias done for my daughter. U'i'i iv-; ' i ; I lie'r very mucli. She had doeto her s'u'.e an.l her headache is better. 1 feel very thankful to you also for your k'.iid advice." Mks. Acgist 1'faugbaf, South l'.yroa, AVis. Fifty tliousand letters like these at Mrs. Pinkham's office in Lynn, Mass., prove that the safeguard of woman's health is f. LYB3A PttSSiHAPJI'S Signature was a torory. II.- did :..-, and the uss was set for lilal at SI. Michaels on Septvii,her ir,. Speaking of sun ahlng games, he says it is a fact that there is lots of crooked work going on and the unsophisticated are robbed frequently. As an illustra tion, he related an ineirjent of a sharper who turned the anxiety of the discour aged to his own financial profit by using a little v. it and lots of nerve. There are many whose funds are run ning low, and are very anxious to get out of the country. One day the sharp, who went to Nome with a good supply of counterfeit steamship tickets, opened up an office for their sale and hired a sandw ich man to c.irrv a sign beari lg the legend "First Class Tickets to San Fratn-isoo $nn." That as i-oiisidei ably below the prevailing rate and he dis posed ed" ! tickets, netting him 5".l''. That night he took passage for sum -win re and has never been h' ai d of since. When the ticket holders began to make inquiry they learned that no such boat at that mentioned on their tickets had ever cas-: anchor in Nome. Among other things that Mr. Fieeze has in mind "at the present time is a possible trip to Pibeiia. Rich gold dis--ovcries have been made there lately and it is only a short trip across the Behring sea. He has therefore applied for a passport which will doubtless b. issued, giving him entrance to Russian territory and which will be sent to hi n at Nome. If there is a rush to Siberia in the spring lie may follow the crowd and place himself under the protection of the officials of the czar's domains. Anyhow, he is going to take the long i liance and fasten as many strings to his bow as possible. THE BELGIAN HARE Many of the Toothsome Animals Raised In This Vicinity. Although the P.elgian hare bu-ine?s may never beceme a profitable industry in Arizona, the toothsome ha'e will probably become as common as the juicy pullet, and as popular, as a ficd. A few days ago a Republican representative mad- a rough count of the number of rabbiirhs in thi-5 vicin ity, and found that not less than one hundred and fuly people in Mari"opa courtly, and in ail likelihood as many mere, have from one to fifty pair? f hares. Two years ago the R lgian hare was prae'tie-tilly unknown in this terri tory, but since '.hen has ingratiated himself with thousands of people who have tasted his flesh. In California the hare business has been taken up on a larg; scale and H greatly over.', me. the fear being expressed that the mar-velou.-ly rapid reproductive qualities f the hare will soon cause such an over supply that he will be no longT valua ble .".ml thi-usands of his progeny wi llbe itoriieil loose on tne country will cause such a pest as that of the rabbits which devastate! Australian crops a few yen is ag . No such damage, h w evi r. is anticipat-d in Arizona, and the succulent white meat of the hare is ! apt i. o continue a. luxury for some time, j A new field, too. has been found far tne product of the rabbi try and the flesh which so much resembl. s the white me a", of a. cnieken, is growing in de mand front meat packet whs put it up and pafs it out as canned chicken. There are various methods of cooking i'.ho hare and he can be serve! in as many ftyl. s as can a chicken. P.ut comparatively few Americans know the meaning .;f the term -jr.gged hare" but every true Englishman knows the significance of the term, and appr- ci ates its importance among the savorv di.-hes Ukat have since time immer rial tempted iv.a!ty an.l satisfied the epi cur an tastes of the nobility of Great liritain. Cooked as ft should be. it is a feast for the gods, ali.haugh it origi nal. 1 in the humble home of a York shire poacher, wh . i".;uld have had no 1 was oblig-eel to k'O to bed. but 1 y thanks to your medicine 1 am now well. I would advise all women who suffer as I did to use Lyitiii K. Pinkluiin's Vegetable Compound." 'I)k.k Mils. PiNKiiAM : I always suffered at time of menstruation ever since menses began, with bearing-down pains, sickness at stomach, sometimes vomilinjr for two days, sometimes vomiting- blood. As I grew older, the suffering1 became worse. I tried many things, but ob tained no relief. At last I concluded to try your medicine. I took several bottles of Lydia E. l'inkham's Vegetable Compound and followe'd your other directions, and now menstruation i 1 feci and know that I owe it all medicine, and never fail to recommend very thankful ftr what your medicine - f,.,. ..... ......1 ... ;..-i, i, .......... nffi;.,e..j would try it." Jexxie C. Mussei-iAS, Ave.. Sidney, Ohio. Prostration si maitthsy Periods "Dkau Mils. PixiiiiAsr : I was creatlv ,. - :n. i -..t ii ilii iiiv uiiiiiiuai jjeiloiirt, ii rt.i ciji lie i uli-, .efiiiii iiv.ij v ell tv ill uii, M. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com several months, also used the Liver Sanative Vi'ash. and am wonderfully in health. !y neighbors are all sur- see me out ami doing my own work. aelvir.o every su"'eving woman to try NKY C'tncin- Irregular ant to thank you getable Com It has helped ired for two years, but obtained no relief, and now in two months and u half she is well. Menstruation is now regular, appetite has returned, the pain has left VEGETABLE GOMPOUND Concrpi ion ..f the eiv.il he w i:'. ooinVi ring iipe.n a hungry v.-o 'di. This is how tlv man who stole ll. lare pie pared him for the table: C'.t up the meat of a good sized hare, in i:he same manner as for the ordinary chicken fricassee. Take two medium sized or one large onion, and stick full of cloves covering the entire onion. Place the onr.n in a cloth or bag, so tha.t;-it can be pulled from the st.w at. the proper time. Add ne-half pound of bacon (not fat pork), cut in half-inch squares. Steam slowly over fire for five or six hours, milling Hour for thickening. Th n add Worcestershire, mustard, tomato, e.r mushroom sauce, or tomato oatsnp to suit the taste. When s.ewed enough pull the onion out. and when tin mix ture is nf the consistency of soup add a half-pint t.f best port win and serve while hot." RECORD LOWERED. New York. Aug. ul. The American line steamer New York, Captain Rob erts, which arrived here this morning from Southampton, via Cherbourg, lowereel her Cherbourg record by four hours and eighteen minutes. She left Cherbourg on August 24 at 5.6 p. m. (English time) and arrived- at Sandy Hook lightship at 7:.r:! a. m. today, making the passage in six days, eigh teen hours and fifty-seven minutes. Her previous record westward from Cher bourg1 was six days, twenty-three hours and fifteen minutes. A DEAD YTRGIN'IAN. Kingston. N. Y.. Aug. .11.. Louis Nuekstap. 20 years old. of Paul's Post office. Va., stepped through a hole in the ceiling of the new jail here, he be ing one of the workmen, this afternoon and fell- forty feet, landing on his feet on the steel Hour. He rebounded and landed em his heael ten feet away, crushing his skull. He dieil before reaching the hospital. THE SEWS OF PRESCOTT Prescott, Ariz., Aug. 30. (Special Cor respondence of i.he Republican.) E. TJ. Gage was yesterday appointed receiver of the Grand Canyon railroad. A few notables came down from the northern part of the territory to attend the re ceivership proceedings, among whom were K. SI. Doe-and K. K. Ellinwood, of Flagstaff. Superintendent Hihbard of the Santa Fe Pacific from Williams, and Neil 13. Field of Albuquerque. Col. Wallace, who left here with his family a few weeks ago f ,r a visit at and in the vie-inity of Chicago, does net; appear to be improving in health, and it is ai 1 he w ill go on farther east, to the Atlantic coast, before returning "here. Mr. an! Mr?. J. AY. Wilson returned yesterday from their Chicago trip. The members of the K. of P. lodge have in contemplation and preparation the giving : f a minstrel performance in the near ruture. Mrs. Jacobs, .ister of June Freeman, and son. have for some weeks been tho guest? of Mrs. J. L. Munels. are re turning south this evening to their home in Wickenhurg. Mrs. Jacobs had Intended going laT: evening, bull stayed cv. r for the Moderns' reception.. The Iron Springs band was here from Iron Spiings .this afternoon, and gave two c ncerts. one immediately after the train got in an.l another this evening Ju:e before the outward-bound south ern train. S ,me of .th se boys will con tinue on their way to Phoenix from h.-re. while others will remain a few week 5 longer at 'the springs. Mr. C. Tl. Martimle-ll will leave in the morning on th last excursion train for Calif "rnia, t.T, res; and recuperate. He. A CORNER ON HEADACHES If you have one you wish to get rid of. call at cur Pharmacy and buy a box of PAfSETT'S AN'I bOXE or STERN'S HEADACHE WAFERS, which are sure cures. If you drink Huleet's Celery 1'hosphate you won't have headache. We have all kinds of Headache Cu res. The Live Druggists. HIS REASON. Costigan Casey hozn't drank v dhrop since he took out the "accident policy." Cassidy Whoy? , Costigan He sez he's noticed thot it's always sober men thot gits hurled. Judge. AN IN VULNERABLE. "That old fellow coming was carried! from the railroad accident all smashed up, and he wouldn't even acknowledge he was hurt. Must be a Christian Sci entist." "No. President of the road." Life. Received Daily Frash and Crisp. WHITE PLUME CELERY. HEAD LETTUCE. STRING PEANS. WAX BEANS. FANCY TOMATOES. CUCUMBERS. RIPE APPLES. FANCY. LEMONS, "The Big Juicy Kind.' ' JEROME PEACHES. CRABB-MacBRIDE PRODUCE CO.'S Tel. 260. 12 North Center St The Dandy Windmill is the finest, strongest, safest, most reliable and most durable mill on the market. We are afc ts for tha mill, and would be glad to make you prices and explain its merits. D. H. BURTIS', 31-33 E. Washington Street Headquarters for Dairy Snpplies. w a P I I fa '.a A CAR RN1TURE JUST RECEIVED p To be sold at Summer prices to make room for our Fall Pur- p chases, see our Display of 30c, to 50c. Matting at 25c per yard. This week only. & RlCiIMONDDAYLUESELY CO. fa is suffering from trouble of the eye. a blood vessel having burst in his right eye, anel his general health is m;-e good. He does not know how Ions he may bs away. D. Edgar Puce, advance agent of ".he Cooley company, presenting Sapho, is In the city to arrange for a performance at the opera house on Saturday night. THE MODERN'S BALL. The opera house was the scene of brilliant splendor Thursday evening, the occasion being the fn-s't grand ball given by Prescott Lodge. No. 123. United Moderns, of this city. The in terior of the ball room was elaborately d. corated with smilax and red carna tions and roses, the color emblematic of the eiruer. and -the rose being em blematic of the order. The chandeliers, shaded by deep, crimson drap ry. cast a soft', tinted ligb: throughout the hall. Festoons of red and white hung grace fully from the cer.:cr to the four cor ners, giving a most inviting appear ance. Upon the 5 '.age wer1 tables daintily decorated with fern, smilax, and carnations, and here refreshments were served during the entire evening by Raible & Johnson, who pr Ted themselves to be exeellent e'aterer?. Each guest, upon entering the hall, was presented witii a red rose or car nation, thus welecming all to the first granel ball given by the Modern Leidge. Promptly at 9 o'clock the grand march begun and dancing was indulg ed in until .twelve o'cloek. After a fif teen minutes' recess the cotillion was opened, led by Chancellor Joseph E. Morrison and wife." About twenty-five couples took part in this dance, which consisted of six figures. The auction figure was intensely interesting to the gentlemen, as they easily discovered how much their wives arid sweethearts cnn.-'ielered them worth. June Freeman was sold for a p .istage. ELVEY & I1ULETT $5.00 to $10.00 or a of Teeth HbRt IS MY MODERN PRICE LIST: i Gold Crowns, - - $5.00 j Silver Filling, 50c and up Gold Filling, - $1 50 and up I Extracting:, - - - 50c R. E. HOLBROOK, Dentist. Rooms 2, 4, 6, over Postoffice, PHOENIX, ARIZONA. Electric fan service in every room. California Restaurant, Strictly First-Class. Best Meals in the City. Satisfaction Ctuaianteed in Every Rettcct LOAD OF I J-ZO CL1.1MUOUH DLUlyI fi stamp, Mr. Salomon for twenty cents. Our assessor, being a democrat, was Eold for iten cents, while Hon. Tom Shultz was soid far twenty-five dol lars worth of water bond?. r The evening closed as brilliantly as It begun, with a hearty tiger for the executive c ir.miite, Mrs. Geo. Wbevs ter, Mrs. Geei. Ruffner, Mrs. E. W. Jenkins. Tom Pl.ultz and Chas. Bin ford, who certainly deserve praise feir the exeell:nt management of the entire affair ami the glorious success of ihe evening. MRS. GEO. WOOSTER. Days More THE REMOVAL SALE CONTINUES AT DORRIS SROS. Great Offerings in Furniture DORRIS BROS., House Furnishers. lit to 22 K AST WASHINGTON ST.. I'hi e jix, Ari-ona. 5 end 7 E. Washington S North First Ave , Opposite Gazette Office Set