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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMIU 1! 1, 1900.
SO the B The Flourishing Ranches of uckeye Country . Attest to the remarkable fertility of the soil and the BOUNTIFUL WATER SUP PLY of that region, The BUCKEYE RANCHEFrS Alfalfa. Grain, Vegetable or Fruit Crop is never impaired by drouth. Water for irriga- tion is ample and permanent. Land with Water Right deeded witli the Land can now be had for $13.00 per acre. Compare the Buckeye Country with any other agricultural sec tion in the West, dependent upon irrigation, and be convinced of its superiority. ?! O" j i A- i 1 r-4 ; twenty or more natives who had al ways professed the grfatpst devotion f. r him. Night came on and several of f: red to hide him. Among the Chinese on .the place was a young man named Wo Khan, whom he hail i dc.ated and regarded almost as a son. Me - put hims'.-lf in his hands and was taken to a native phanky near by. Then Wo slip pi 1 off and returned with the mob. Next day he was carrying the mis sionary's head on a stick, when two of his fellow pupils kill-:! him with a sword. As it turned out the unfortu nate man had prnbt.bly eh s n 'the only traitor in his thick for a guide. New rli -ans Times-Democrat. o Sick Headache ADsoTiitely and Per manently cured by using: Moki Tea. A pleasant herb drink. Cures constipa tion and indigestion, makes you eat, sleep, work and happy. Satisfaction guaranteed or money back. 25 cents nnd f0 cents. Ben L. Bear, wholesale and retail druggist. Phoenix, Arizona. "Some day," the Si a serpent said to 1 imseli". "I'll let one of th .-: amateur i-!:ntographers get ner.r enough .to me tn take a snap shot but. h '11 never be heard . f afterward." Chi. ay;'' Trib-line. It it i MA Acker's Knglish Remedy Will Stop a Cough at any time, and will cure the worst cold in twelve hours, or money refunded. 25 cents and 50 cents. Ben i. Bear, wholesale and retail druggist, Phoenix, Arizona. 'lii'i'' an no living 1 v.--.i I itms Si1;: rt-. Cmvp.T. Oi' -i-'.i. Sv; i ' ! i . 1 1 i '. !'. lop., Shellry !:vi i.n. luckeve Fori fuu, r.i:Ticui,.KS call on ok adih.kss TJ ' yt Lflnd 3flu snsl Co. CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000 26 Souih Second Aver.u, Phoenix, Arizona. I. C. Wasson, Preset., M. W. Mcssinger, Vice-Pres't. J. Ernest Walker, Secretary. i W' ; i 3" ; Acker's r.yspepsia Tablets are Sold on a positive guarantee. Cures heart burn, raising of the food, distress after enling or any form of dyspepsia. One little tablet gives immedi:i I ' rflief. 25 rents and 50 c ents. Bi-n K. I '.ear. whole sale and retiil druggist. Phoenix, Ari- LOCAL BREVITIES. CariiO of thanks, notiei-s pertaining to organizations and sorilh'S. cliureh fairD or socials, will not be printed in The "".cpublfean except when paid for. Sheet music two shed.- f r 5 cents at Phoenix Piano and Mtiji : Co. ''or the best Ice cream so. las go to Ttieharfs. 20!i-ll West W shington. K. A. Spauldlni? eells ie.I miU. Of 1ee No. 41 Weit Adimi I. 11. C. Morrow & Co. ha-? plaeed a fine Kstey organ in the chapei at the Indian school. Ton can rent ypur tent for camp meeting at Dorris Bros'. the MEWS OP JEROME J rome, Ariz., An". :!0. (S respi'iidence of ih. Itep-jhit Jetome delegate? i.u tae c vention m:t in caucus in the town hall last night, and cant- to an u . eial e. --'rh-'f"th':i: my con- THp WFUC ; cline T-hai'i :n the pih of SO f-.C, also " W.W I ill tr.,,,,1 . - Tl... (,! HC'IVC l" hl-1.,,1,1 ! $7.76 in :;.: and $l.'.'1i) in c opper. The ! mine s a: twelve n-iies ia an air line ., southea -! . f Jerome. A number of I well kn.iA a laiuintr rn- n lave examined riy and a'! pr '.ric it or.e -t prospect . they have seen ! in Ariz tia. Th Crapevine lis'.rict is 1 coming lo t:ie front in great stri 'es. ierstand- i Mrs. Win. Lubin will be home Sat ing on general matters of interest to ! r3ay fr.mi a mon; is say in Pr.s 1he people of the county. They cii--- j cott and the Iron Springs summer re-cuss-ed the different aspirants for of- ; etw en Prescr.r. an.; Phoenix, fice and endorsed Wilson f ir congress. ! F''fl Mickel has p:irchae.l the heavy Mun is for sheriff, and Adams for the team final the Jer :r,e lumber company legislature. As they will me. t in Pre- -n3 rut a transfer wagon on th c.tt again Friday night, they h-rt oth. r r:rt ts t:"-c ,i,s: thu month, mutters to be decided there. Fitce-n j Thei- a : a c; mil of ease of ma'.a of :he severl;-en delegates were prf-rrial f l V: r hl r.'cep ion gul h. One is ent. After vhe caucus broke the dele- i ,he child of Mr. .in:', .Mrs. Harding ana eeau.-- took in the refreshm nt booths ! !he other is Mrs. Cepelan.l. The latter and had a Jolly 'time. Lucky is the a- ls very : Lr. Hart is a. tending pliant to nomination who receives thu both ,,i i:.,.m. olid Jerome vote a: the convention ! The h i ;, membi i- af unio.i men in Saturday. (town are miking a',1 ,h pr.-para'.ions H. J. Allen purchased a fin tract of ; Possible to hi ry Ho ;r honoied dead, land en the Verde, embracing SO acres. I wn. o'Hii a. hit? pr, -.-idem i f the min frum U. A. Wyndes. Tuesday. About el's unioa '. Jerom .. fa h rtak r Ne 40 ai res of the land is 'now un i r cul- ' vin ' ' aarge of H.i be. ly an i has it tivalinn, and the balance can easily be 'all ready for the fus: ral. Xo ices have euKivated. The laud a 'joins that ! been I i.-t ' i rcti stinpr.all in :m!ers or owned by H. J. Alien and I :. Wood. the uni making a solid body of 240 ai res. Mr. I luainta Alii n has designs i n som- m re land vict-y.whi In fame locality. He int-nds to piK i noon ;.'t the -whole place in alfalfa an.l raise hi)pi:;ii. atlle for 4. h Jeronie mark There prepa :.: Is certainly a great .ip.-ning for such was r. si n industry-' on the Verde river, iiml j011'1 ' Allen and Wood should make nionry out in ;1 fast nut of their project win n ..no they , u'l h.- f ; an.l all c::-er friends and ac s io atren.l the fu:'e.-:-.'..l scr will lake :lae this atier 1 i.'.a-k i'reni tii c-ompany A la .iv.tit'ul caskc: ha.- been ly Mr. N vin. Mr. D'Briin ei. 1 uuiv. sally in Jerome e ia re. Th men will turn i. io pay ih. ir d ad jea'eT out.' .'.ti to one .- dear to tile Wm? Sill t Absolute Purity TI1K PACIFIC GROTTO is the best "PLACE"' u.t wliich to eat in the city. J. A. It. 1KVINK. Wanted To know the whereabouts of Kobt. Webber. Addre.-s I". V.. Moss, city. pale golden color delicious hop flavor rich in barley light and refreshing a drink for the aged and for the children the ideal family j beverage such is j NOW OPEN. The Leland. Adams street between Center and First streets. Nicely furnished rooms by the day, week or month. Transients accommodated. FOR OVER FIFTY TEARS M'B-G' HEM f AN "King of all Bottled Beers." It stands alone for quality and ig recognized the world over as the acme of excellence in brewing. CrdT iroin LOUIS MELCZEE , ! Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething. It I soothes the child, softens the gums, al I lays all pain, cures wind colic and is I the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twen i ty-five cents a bottle ! SAX FRAXCi.SCO SEM l-i 'EXTEX XIAL CELEBIlAT'nX. ge: rairly started in the b jsincss. "Ji'ts f : They own a large lake ami will raise Mi-, an i gees.- and ducks by the th aisands. I Jerome li It. I!. Perez, formerly a Teacher of gold fields sprin'g ai; before th to Jir ;mi they ( xp.-i M -. an.i turni .'. f ; this iii.ii---; n gi . i : tit. The ,i -which ii:o will b in H. W. ! fill lli; atae, days. v. , " An,:;:: i morn i iv. i ed in i.:i.i tliis in. .a, nt vM;- that la Tlii; I Spanish in Jerome, has arranged with the publishers of the M.-xican paper in I'lioi nix to establisii a Mexican paper in Jerome for Hhe belief;'; of ilie Mexi can 1'-. pie. The sheet will be clited by Per. 7. and prinie.l in Pla.-.-nix. The first issue will be out about tl:e 15th o' fii-ldember. Mi s. Anhur Cordin. r, son an ", daunli ter arrived yesterday aft";n ei from I. os Angeles. Mr. Codine:- l:a-- r nted tlie company cottage fornn riy occu pied by Ed. Xevin and faa.ily. Mrs. Cor. liner we nr. to Los .ir.-,,les last spring when Mr. Cordincr started !' the Nome country. Mrs. Tr. Carrier and daughter. Tva. will be home from California. Sunday. Tli y are in Present t at pro ing relatives an.l friends. They stop ped here on their way hem Tuesday yfi i noon. P. V. O'Sullivan. who w: - in .leiome Ibis week ' huildinr, poliiieal fences. iv. i to Prescolt tooay. Mi-s Mable Bishop, f pr.-se..: t, wan has li en in Jerome i r two v.e -ks. wi'.l ret i n to Pri soott t. mi rraw. Ti c llaitlett b"ilding is g. ttin far along toward completion the elec tricians are now wiring i;. The brick work will be complied this week. Mr. and Mrs. William Edwards came in fiom the Ir .n King mine tlii.- morn ing. Mr. Edwards was the choice of th democrats in th Equ.it ir district for delegate to the c .unty e oiventton in Preocott. He will go in itomorYow aft. i noon with the J roni:- retr8.-tua-tlv. . In conversation v ith Fr. i Mi. k l one, of thp owners of th 111. o k War rior uroup of min.s. in tin- Upevine district, this morning, he gave a d. -iscription of uhe gn:i;p chat . .11 iivu-r.-st tin- mining men of ih:' territory. The j win to a group embraces four claims, all good j they r,:a on . The . re body is large and wi t-' ask. .1 it' ening as depth Is attained. c)n one of! the lis i ithe claims Myers & Mickei have run in j would. ' a tunnel 4G feet, showing g ; l ore pi n- j y"-ur tis lifuily. They haw also sunk an in- Itidi.'iu I i lie workiiieini ii in -.ur town. Mr. J ' h hetliel.l arrive 1 in '.s mornini..'. fr.-sh fr..:n of Xenie. They went up last I: i l bar. ly ai rivi .1 ther" were wauling to com . ba k The pi i. was imt what i : by a ny im an s. 'l:i nl.aai;ii re i;i :o Calif rnla : k having had i y. nil i t 'tonight, a t i.f new m. nibers t-d, to fin . ? Mr.--. Win. :: -Hleir 1: :.g. Til y w hiie a i. run will a niunh hi ; d int " i. key U goo.is I h? will . i t'li l cam in .Mis. il. Elo;'.i . Sh .ad am', i !; has b- :,' I.. . r, ie v. ill ; d: t him in J-d f.n- .liin;y days." rl-- made the c.u:i: d u mise that tiiey : il. nis.-ive-s n :r le r of ihe Iribe would drink the lis win. ee.I if any of :i:em .lid. t!i. y would ...-si.-t in arresting ih m. Aft er ano' li v short council the chief informt il the ..-sent that he (ireat Spirit was ma I li . .-.a- .' his people were forbidden io drli k 1 : win. and that he instructed tin m : i to make any. and that l:e wotil 1 m :-ive any rain fol io my days. Tin y ili-p.ut -d im i no'tis-win has y.'t b - n made. Xeiih . has the:-.- et been at'- raia on 111 r. .- i valioil. the . rder. .- hip his stock of 1 'i i -1 . . I in a few . n a st re. mr Dr. C; ly Hds ly. 1 1 w as ma il " I. . n the It'uh .- f .-- not ye: know luiri -il ia i 'auada. i a niii.'t erie, n i ihe police e uri. ! . M -I i l.N A LI . Great : I WRY IT IS I r.Y '.:it Wp.it.;' Tor tiia Tapagcs To Get j.'tai.!:. v ;i nunioer .1' the I "a pa go a i Sub-Ag -ill for a c-on!'. rei ..f the rain Indian tribe John Merger's ,-e. says the Lis. '. prophet convent rr siden; Star. Th-- ol le.-i chief of the coun i! was the ;, ikesman. He raid the c oun cil had "h i n con.-ill ring the cause of the 'Ir nu-.iit which bud spread all nv.r the Indian r.-ssrvai; n as well as ih' whi'te man's eoun-iry. and they h i 1 tli"- DICAFXESS C.W d.iT P.E Cl'ItED r:.v local applicui'. us. r.s th. y c-anuot r. .u !i the dis : ition of uhe ear. Tie r i oely . o . . to cur Deaf.i. ss. a id Ilia; is by t : iidlional renii'di-'S. f i afia.-s is ia.:.- i. an inllamed i- m i i:i"ii of I lie mi,,- s lining of the 1 disiae!: ia n Tulie. e.iien this tulK' g -ts i, :11am. d yon have., rumbling sound or iiriii'i : i-t heat ing, ua l wlun it is . n ti -. ly cl s.-tl 1). a. 'a . s is the result, and r.u ss ihe in ila ir,' ::u t ion can be taken i:t airl tills t l. i . s.ored to its a :r 1:1. tl eonuiio :. i. i:ig will be de-s"i-. id for. u r: Le eas-s -.ait of ten are cans it b e. . : li. whi.-li is n iili iag l.at an iall.u . . condition f the tune . us siiri.i . Wo v. ill giv it iiunure.l Dollars i iv a;v ease of ' afii'. ss leans d by caiarto) that can t be cured by Hall's catarih Cuse. S. ' t a' circulars, free. F. J. CHEXi: S: CO., Toledo, u. S-d I by drugs' i? -'. T3e. , Hum's Family I':'..- are the b,.si. A LUCKY STRIKE er.ty-fivi f ; . t the drill f ruck a hard sulistae.ee p.-esenting an r.bs that the drill ha 1 tliHiculty in traiing. This turned out to be : good looking ore and in fac'. it app. so auraei.ivc that -Mr. Dolfin s--sample to Tucson for an assay I. made. The result of th- assay sli the stuff t be wo-th $i'n in gold to carry seventy nunc, si in silv. r. lucky owner has .-'topped the scare water and commenced woik tin a to follow the bore down to i.he ore li the wend, rfu'l assay and tli p aianoc of the ere ale to be tak. evidence, th.n M' Dolphin is Til.- result of the sinking ft the v. iii be aw.titi -l witli gr. ar inter, s September 9. 10 and 11. The Santa Fe will rt:n a special train, leaving Phoenix Thursday morning, Sept. mber i. at otot' a. m. (city time), arriving aU 'Frlscj Friday evening. Hound .trip ticket, good ninety days, for only $4-".. I . E. W. GILLETT. G. A. SEASIDE EXCI'USl" X. !i i'.-i on accoun't of semi-centennial cele bration of the admission of California inui the. Union, at San Francisco, on S, pti niber !, 10 and 11. th S. P. Co. will sell tickets to points i-a California and return, on September it. at same rales as has been in effect during the summer season. M. O. Iili'KXELL, 11. P. A. LAP.OR DAY PICXIC, SEPT. 3. The Maricopa and Phoenix railroad will sell tickets Phoenix to Tempe and return at the rate or 4-1 cents, and Mesa to Tempe and return at the rale i.f -la cents; on September on account Labor Pay picnic. M. U. RICKXELL, C..P.A. Dyspepsia Can be Cured by 'ding Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets. One iittie Tablet will give immediate relief or motley refunded. Sold in handsome tin boxes at 2 cents, lien L. Hear, whole sale and retail druggist. Phoenix, .'", ri-zona. PETItAVED LY HIS Pt'l'l L. Loyalty is a. Missing Trait in I li. n V.aract. r. cover, o t b. en use : tis wia 1 had coo- i-- gloat sp'ill was very angiy d Papai;.-- '-a I 11.0 made a:.y 1 i'.i ; iv.- ih dilt 1. and that tli y 10 get p. j-odssion to niale lis 1 . is-.- i H 1 1 ; 1-1 a Spii it. : lut-t have rata. Asr.-nt li'i-ger ahi w.e.di .-.m-- if lil y mad" in. Tie. y insw red it sur-.-ly h n he said. 'g 1 .eat and mak v. in. In; 1 I warn you, th.' first catch .Linking it, or drunk, I Sought Tor Water and Stiuck Gold and Ctlvcr. c,,-ot-ge D lpiiia 'etc V;onn fur s ane unto li.uing for v. . r on his land at Lang's stacio.n. 1 p-n miles this sidi- el' p. tis-ui .,-.-s th itislite Re view. The bori-.o-, as -oniparatively easy an-1 w:-nt on -tKauiily wit'o every jo-os; et t of strdd a tl .w of water v ithou'. much tl.. t...: . When, h iwev.-r. ihe depth of tin- , rk was abou1. sev- Ir. J. It. Johns in. or.e of the ..; ejeatcrd in tilt1 T'nited; Missiati s. ' at Tien T.-in, -loid the r ill -wing d. ;;t : "The most dangerous f attire o sion work in Chir. u." he said, is difli -ulty of knowing whom to i Tii? native ehaiarter is naturally si;h' le. and wnen th -y wish they pn-i mast - is in oereit. Some of our pils i.r- ihicil... sincere ati.l affeeu i and would un li.aiite lly lay down lives fur th.ir teach. us-t oliiers : - -iiii I.. !::iv.' exaerly th.1 same t . yet all -the while they ure nursir.-: hi t.r.st . nniity an 1 a:-t only wa a favoiabie opport unity to m.inif. 'fn time of trouble the poor mis : ry doesn't know where to i.urn. may i.c.ivt- a friendly hand or lie t. t ie a knife in the ribs. I hav. in China far twenty-two years, a am dreei-( .i as freinu-ntly now v'.'as when I fir.-e arrived. It is a wo have to take. During a riot it! IL. nan p"1 vi-ice in l.s:i:'. a mi.-vi was cut oil' ill a school building From 3 & iL R. Man '" 51y attack of miller's Asiinaa. was very bail. I was afraid lo lie down at night for tiar of smothering. 1 couldn't j-.it my bread). No matter il all the .lours and windows in the house were open, il seemed as if t here was no air and diat I must sorely smother to death. Mr. W. 15. Long, ol this city, calico my attention J4 POPULAR WANTS AdTertlement under this bead one-hH centft word Mh lnHrtlou . No adTertiiementtaken (or lest than twentr-flf centi. . FOH SALE Entire, housekeeping fur nishings, including- two goo 1 bed room suites. Harga'in if sold a once. Linningiton -block. L. Looney. Tempe. WAXTED Tw or three rooms, fur nished or partly, for housekeeping. Good neighborhood t reasonable. No invalids. Address P.. 'this office. WAXTED I'liim-umbered. agr-'-abl-w. man: good seam.-tress, as co worker and c nipanion. Address C. RepubM'an oiii-e. FOR SALE Sec an l-hand machinery, all kinds in go i.l order. Boilers, en gines, pumps, heaters, hoisting ap paratus, blow. rs. fans. dynamos,, shafting-, hang r-. pulleys and mater ial in general. We have the large' plant on earth. Our complete cata logue Xo. 2T9 mailed on application. Chicago Horse Wrecking Co.. West 35th and Ir 11 Sis., Chicago. 111. MME. LELA EL It A DO, professional palmist, reads past, present ami fu ture. It. us tor s lost things, tells about love affairs, busin.ss. etc.; tells lucky numl 1 is. It. 1 111 Xo. 4. Alamo Ho'.ts., '1 Ea.-t .Monii Sir et. PCPLIC Al'CTloX Monday. Sep tem i- '. in a. m. The entire con items of a live-room cottage, con sisting of thr.-u cl.gant new bedroom Sets, parlor furniture, carpids. and rugs, loek 't-.i. ce nter tab! s. por tieres, .lining room and kitch en fund r.re. This furniture is all new and first-class. Mrs. D. E. Don. van. own r. Hammond, auc tioneer. -4;J st Madison Sir, et. FOIt ItEXT l'h -proof -storer om and basem -iit in Ji tunic. Or will sell or exchange for pr iperty in Phoenix. Address Owner, Grand View, oppo site co lift hause. WAN'TI'.! ) Wills to clean out or new-one.- mud . Li a e orders he-re. F. K. ... WANTED T) let. a few hundred dol lars on l'huenix real estate. Address (.'ash. Itepihlii-an ollice. THE DOMESTIC, New Home and Climax Sewing Machines, rents 75c per weelt. J. S. EUtner, 407 East Washington Street. STRAYED Roan pony mare. brandeJ H. O. left shoulder; scar on face. Leave t'. McKet-'s Cash Store. FOR RENT PUasant furnished cot tage, bath, gatf. electricity. ApplyS2S Ea.-l Washington Street. NICE furnish. .1 1. 0m for rent. Apply 53S XurLh Foitt-th Avenue. WAXTED A chance to proce that the PACiriC C.RoTTO. is ;he REST PLACE to cat. in Phoenix. J. A. R. Irvine. WAXTED Positfon by barkeeper, sober a art reliable n0 objections to going out of town. Address C, this office. PICNIC in Tempa Labor day, Septem ber 3. For stand riglitd, cane racks, baby racks, ph rograph :. etc., write G. R. (TMMING: , Tempe. WAXTED You to know that X. Por ter, Saddle and Harness Maker, has just received a new stock of P.ne Cal ifornia Leather, direct from the tan nery. We have the capacity to till ail orders 011 hand made work of Harness and Saddles. X. Porter, Saddle & Harness Co.. 14 2 East Wash. St. FOR RIiXT House to rent; also rooms furnished and unfurnished. Inquire 540 X. Fourth Ave. 100 MEX WANTED appetites. Apply Grotto restaurant. -Must have good at the Pacific DAIRY cows for sale, cheap. Inquire 217 E. Adams St.. Phoenix. WANTED Horses for pasture. Inquire 4ti East Washington. FOR SALE First-ciass livery busi ness, with the very best stock and up-to-dale rigs This business is paying a good income. Good reasons for selling. For further information address G. F. Tinsler, Prescott, Ari zona. , FOI'XD A blue roan colt with bald face, about nine months old. Calf at Xo. 40 South Center street for information. WAXTED The public! to krcur t.t J. Ernest Walker has (Uie largest list of r-al estate to seltct from, either to sell or rent. In the ra!!r.y. If you want to build tie can put you ' In a building and loan associ.aM. n where monthly payment 3 about equal to rent will Becij-e you a hir, . It will pay you to see; lirrj before Luy ing. building or renting. FIRE INSURANCE a upecia'.t - . Some exceptional bargains and pleiry of water in Buckeye valley. Money always on hand to LOAN c: good security, A SNAP Fine paying le iness . a Washington St., or will ta'. e in pad-net-; capital required. Jl.r"" to I2..V '. See me quick. J. ERNEST WALK ER. WAXTED. A BARGAIN T VKER. F r close in house of twelve r.. ns. Part'y furr.ished. Xever vacant, nd can b well rented any hour in tie day. Fin shade, lawn, city water. od tlelgb borhood. This property far sal at . s.uoiiliee and on easy terms. Parte goitig cast. J.-ERNEST W. i.KER, The Real lis ate Sli ' Rc-mcmber the office 26 "oath Sec ond Avenue. Tel. Main EM. FOR SALE The Valiey M a Mark.", next to the postofHce; firs' o asa, win: all, up-to-date appurtenai t -s; c' i air storage, and everythieg neces sary to make it one of th best tnai -kets in the west; can be 1 uigat f r 73 per cent of its actual c. s'. Sd J.- TR i I :OLET. FOR SALE A twelve 10... 1 lodj-iu;- house. a bargain. FOR SALE A neat cottage. JT.'O; tr.i. is cheap. FOR SALE A fine alfalfa ran. h y. th water. MONEY to loan, houses bui't to si L purchaser on monthly, pavm tits. HI GH M. CREIGHTOX CO., 110 North Ccr.i jr St. WAXTED Every bustness man in Maricopa county to know that The Republican's Job print'ng plant Is tie best equipped In all Arizona and tl ; 1 the prices and stock and stylet ar; right. If you want bill heads or Ut ter heads or printing of any kind cr'l at The Republican office or sei.d word for our man to call on you. WAXTED Second-hand furniture- ar l household goods of all kind-;; will pa y -good prices for good goo .; will f i and see goods anywhere in valley. Call at 230 West Jefferson t address i:!27 p. 0. Box. K. W. Spi a i s. FOR SALE Jewett -typ good condition. One of th. chines made. Double kev' be su!d on installments .u cash. Addre?SR.. Repubd. writer in best ma tard. Will c heap for m office. THE XEW DOMESTIC rends 73c per week. SuppliB for all marhlnest repairing dons. J. S. Elst.ti, 407 E. Washington St. FIXE improved farm for s i!.- on OaV: creek. fourteen mileavrfoui Jerome Alfalfa hay sells for JM per ton loose, on the ground..;1 Owns inten.---in ditc h; plenty of waier at r.'l tini Growing crops, good. house. A pr- -bargain. Address P. D. M. D .na ,i. P1JOFESS10XAI. ATTORNBT-iT-I..-v'. J. II. KIBBET, A. J. EDWA I. DS, W. 1 :. Kibbey. Klbbey, Edwards Kfbbey. Lawyers, 19-21 South Center St., Phoenix, Arls. Ground fl. or. DR. JOHN A. dTTitnitred DENTIBTS. LENTZ, DEN ' iST. OAS Room" r e. ntnSea H. J. JBSSOP Dentist.' On" bulldiio-T, corner Washington tr Mi.rets. rooms 14 and M PROFESSIONAL Ni l: LEXdi D?WHEeXaND fiioiial uui-se. 321 Jefferson nix. Arizona. Tel 1-1. Fwrte aa Cam muJpes -t.. Phoe Fit si Dressmaker Miss. I-" .; ;n drop pd lea 1 yesiterday. Si c u d Drts-maker Ish't awfu'. . What was the cause? First Dressmaker She nt a drts ; r.r Mis. Millyt'.ns. and th. : wdk r. complaint about it. P.altini t Atneri can. Ard, f- -; 'fmm I';a.i..I-3?i&. t ! : : i n -l i' I r :u i if! I to At kcr's English ileincdy for Throat nnd Lung Trou bles. 1 thought lit tle of it but bought al.-.llleitithehopf-s 1 l.at 11 might help 10c a little. It gave me wonderful re lief, and thcseconil bottle cured me i-oiniiletely. Mv re covery is permanent, too, for ever since I have not laid the slightest return of my old enemy. I consider Acker's Kn.uiish Remedy by iongodds the best medicine in the world for hacking c auglis. asthma ami bronchitis. It completely masters those stubborn dis eases that many people wron-edc suppose to be incurable. ifsulTerers will jut ny a sin gle bottle, it will prove every word I have said, and more too.'' (.Signed.) j John I. Em iott. I ' Commander John Mcgaruli J'ost, No. til, ' Portland, ilich. i Sold atix-.,auc.aiul.jil a bottle, throughout Ihe 1'nited States and Canada; and in l"ng laiid. tit Is. titl., L's. :id., 4s. Cd. It you are not satKticd after buying, return the bottle lo j our druggist, and get your moot y back. li'e tlltit'H'iz? thl' (llMHT fJ'UlT 'I II'. li. IIUUKIU; H CO., J'luprictuis, AVw York. PHOENIX FOUNDRY and MACHINE WORKS N. P. McCALLLM, Pio:... 25 to S3 North Secor lr. oiler ReDdlrlncj, P-pe rilling. Machinery of all L int! Built and Repaii ed. MACHINERY, SUPFLIES, CASINOS, li All kinds of work la the flectvmcal it. Ring up Telephone 63. Or call at 2S North Center street when wanting: om ' hing ni. to drink. We are heaibiuarter s for the best in our , lin. and so: agt nts for Pabst, Lemps and the San I-'rancisco breweries, thr. of the best breweries on earth. ; MELCZER Br OS. STANDARD' IRON WO KS MANUFACTURERS OF . .'. Mining, Milling and Machinery Castings Sl RUCTURAL IRON ANDSftEL CCNTR-CTORS. Sccoud II and Machiucry Bought uu Sold. Fostfcffle Box