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TILE ARIZONA EEPUULICAN: SUNDAY MORXIXG, SEl'TEMIIEIf 1900. The Arizona Republican THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN AKIZONA THAT 13 PUBLISHED EVERY DAY. IN THE YKAR. CHARLES C. RANDOLPH, Editor and Proprietor Exclusive Morning Associated Press Dispatches. Th only Perfecting: Press In Ari zona. The only battery of Linotypes In Arizona. Publication office: 36-Sa East Adams street. Telephone No. 47. Entered at tnt postofflce at Phoenix, Arizona, roi mall matter of the second class. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By mall, dally, one year $9.00 Weekly, one year 2.00 Cash la advance. BY CARRIER. Dally, per month. $ .75 Washington ouveau, 00 Fourteenth street, N. W. FHCKNIX, SEPTEfe.KK 9, 1900 NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. For President WILLIAM M'KINLEY OHIO. For Vice-Preside! t THEODORE ROOSEVELT NEW YORK. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET For Councilman, JERKY MILLAY. ITor Assemblymen, B. A. FOWtEE. SAM BROWN. A. P. SHEWM a N. THOMAS AKM3TK0NG, JR. For Sheriff, F. W. SHERIDAN. For Treasurer, M. W. ME8SINGER. For Recorder, GEORGE A. MAUK. Fcr District Attorney, A. J. KDWAES3. For Assessor, O. W. BASNE1T. For Probate Judge, N. A. MO It FORD. For Supt. Public Instruction, J. C. WASSON. For Surveyor, W. A. HANCOCK. For Supervisors, F. B. PABKErt. J. T. PRIEST. The republicans of Maricopa county have reason to be well satisfied with the result of their rnnve.it: n held yen terday In this city. The ticket nomi nated contains some of the strongest names that could have be. n selected. Indeed It Is doubtful if a stronger ticktt, considered in all its bearings, has ever been presented iti Maricopa county. The convention was har monious to a degree and tin determina tion was ever kept in view to make th? itlckct thoroughly acceptable. The men nominated are hustlers and we have no doube that they will make a lively campaign. If the- coming republican territorial convention is animated by the spirit that prevailed here yesterday the party will be in the best pos-ible shape to make a winning fight and thus convince the administration and the congress of Arizona's eligibility to statehood. W. J. Bryan has pledged himself, if elected, to convene congress in special session as smm as in IF augurated. to carry out BRYAN the scheme of abandon WERE ing the Philippines. It ELECTED, would be a sorry c!av and a in, st disturbing 1..I1.. ........ .1.. .1 l: i " . i hi i- 'it, inuf .in I. A L 1 .1' II 'llllill j session cf congress next March pro claim a world policy of disgrace- and humiliation. Hut that session would go frther. The other m.a-ures ef free trade, nd the whole category of fol lies advocated by Bryan, AUg Id, Towne and the coterie i f d mocrats and populistlo leaders woul 1 be brought up and if pussible pushed through. Think of 'the effect upon business. The shad ow of this c niing s--si in of congress would overcast American prosperity on the very day it was shown Bryan had electoral voti s enough to make him president. If Bryan were to have it in his power te convene the fifty-seventh congress on March 5, the lower house, at lea-t, would almost certainly be Rryanlte. and we should be launched into legis lation not merely for the abandonment of the Philippin s, but also to carry out every pledge made in th- dem v iatic platform. They would be invited to frame lows for the free coinage of sil ver, for ih" retirement of the nati-nal bank circulation and ill.- issue of .more greenbacks, for the abolition of "gov ernmen't by injunction," and for the reconstruction of the supremo court, .-o that a majority of b. equious judges may be s. cured to declare constitu tional an income tax measure lik" the one of 1834. Every branch of industry would be depressed and paralyzed by such a prospect. 'Meanwhile Mr, Bryan woiild have ! for. ign a.Tnir- in his own hands. Cleveland wiirulrev. the treaty for the annexation of Hawaii sent -to the sen ate by President Harrison, and erdored t lie American flap hauled down in Hon olulu. Mr. Bryan would surpass Oleve land. He would haul down '.he (las vh- n-vi'i- his pre loop-s ir had rais .1 It, if possible. If any pr.ivi -ional set tlement of t'he Chinese question had hern mado by the present administra tion he would refuse to ratify i:. The administration of President McKinley has foil wed a course which has caused foreign nation? to rcspeot and admire American dipl lniacy. Mr. Bryan would feel bound to pursue a different course, and the high estimation which foreign governm. nts have now of the Ameri can government would disappear. Mr. Bryan, if president, intends to serve notice on the na:kns of Asia an.l Europe that the United Stales is going to establish a Philippine republic and to give it that protection from "out hide Interference such as has been glv en for a century to the republics of Central and South America." That Is. the Monroe doctrine Is to be extended to '.he prates ..f Asia and Japan and the European powers are to be told they must respect t li i -- extension of that doctrine or take the consenueiic-eS. Pome of them would take the conse quences. If we go out of the Philip pines the German imperor will go in. "His ships and men w uld be there in force. Japan would respond instant ly to a signal from him." Mr. Bryan would either have to go to war with Germany and Japan or let the un.-tahle fabric of his Philippine re public go down with a crash. He would pre Tor humiliation !o war. r.ryan said in ISIIt; again and again: "If there i:7 anyone who believes that the g.Iel standard is a good thing, or that it must be maintained, I want hira not to cast his vote for me, because I promise him it. will not be maintained in the country longer than I am 'able ti get rid of it." Then, as Secretary Gage s-ays. the government would be on a silvi r basis, the go'd uvuld be rap Idly drained from the tr. usury, and the financial business and all other busi ness and industries in the country be thivwn in: j panic. The man who has labor to sell, as well as the man who has capital to invest cannot afford to put into the White House a president who would bring ruin and disaster upon industry by destroying all confidence and credit. In Arizona a vote for the democratic n mlnec for delegate to congress, or for any democratic nominee, will be an ( ndorsemen'b of Jiryanism. We do not believe that the mi'ii of this territory tir. in sympathy with the Hag haulers. rTliTFAULT FINDER; : I wish to speak about legislatures and find fault with them. As I have re marked in these columns (before, the legislatures of Arizona will compare favorably with the legislatures of the average state, but nearly nil legisla tures have In en a josh and a byword. There is a story of a young man who emigrated to a western state and after some years wrote to his parents saying that he had been sent to the legislature. When the mother had recovered from a paroxysm of weeping she asked how long he would have to serve. It has been frequently and jocularly observed with good reason, that it was doubtful whether an election to the Arizona legislature was preferable to a s n U nee to the Arizona penitentiary. As a matter of fact t li 3 pr. si. lent of the council of the next lo the last territorial legislature, and one of the ablest and most conspicuous men in tii.it body, has since done time at Yirtrai. and 1 have no iliiu.it per form! 1 more valuable s 'rvice for the territory there than he ever per formed as a maker of laws. The repute into which Ihe Arizona legislature has fallen is illustrated in a joke sprung at the democratic county convention last Thursday. A gentleman was put in nominr.tion and his nominator sai l: "1 do not know that he understands the 1 usiness of mak ng laws; he is a gentle man of good common sense and will not nrake a bad break and will not make his constituents ashamed of him by teason of his foolishness. Thin, again, he is not a cheap n.an. Whoaver buys him will have to pay a price that w ill make his hair curl and he will be set to thinking whether it pays to bribe legislators. Heretofore our legislators have been entirely too cheap, consider ing the services tin purchasers re quired." a m m It is an open and notorious fact which no one will seriously dispute that for several years Arizona legisla tures have h: en disgraceful. There have been a few good anil sensible members but the majority has been made up either of fools or purchasable stock. Earnest charges of bribery have been received jokingly as things to he ex pected and accusers have been laughed at as innocently matter-of-l'.nt. There have been honest men who could not be bribed, but by their supreme ig norance and comprehensive knowledge of nothing liny brought their constitu ents into disrepute whenever they moved in their seats? I would rather, for my self-respect, be represented in a legislature by a knave, if he were a moderately high-priced one, than bv a fool. This bring., me t., Hie tickets nomin ated by the two political parties of thJ ' ounty whose conventions were h I 1 last wr...k. The ilcinoi rat- n...i inntel i ticket. (Vi ry irn i whose name is up i;i which I helicvc to be honest, but at least three of them have no greater qualification for the office of legisla tor than they have for professors of Hi brew- iu a thPr.Ioic.il seminary. X ither of the other two is a lawyer or in any way familiar with the tine art of law making and only one of then is a man familiar with business affairs. If ever Arizona had need of legislators who are at the same time lawyers, it will be in the coming session, for there is a new code to be passed upon. Now. not as a republican. I will call attention to the legislative ticket nom inated by the republican convention yesterday. It consists of three trained, lawyers. who are beyond the highest pur chase price, one business man. perhaps the most skillful and successful that fver settled in Arizona, and the fifth nfin is one who has had experience in law making, the representative of the Mexican element in this county. In full enjoyment of the confidence of the com munity in which he lives and one of the few men of the last legislature whom ft was said money could not move. Which ticket w ill the votei s of Mari copa county ho se? 1 mentioned that there was a new code to be passed upon. A code is not a cattle disease. It is not an agricultural or mining con dition. It is something of which law yers are better judges than anybo.ly else. COOLING- WATER WITHOUT ICE. I r.en a native In one of the broil ing net tittle villages of interior Nica ragua wants to cool some water, she fills a half-gallon earthenware jar about two-thirds full. Parenthetically, I say she, b: cane this is a task that re quires mere energy, than any male Nionraguan was ever known to p.--sess. The Jar is made of baited clay, and not being glazed Is partially po rous, and soon In comes m i.-t on the outside. Two leather straps are firm ly at'.ach.'d to the n-.-ck. and, seizing these in her hnntls, she begins to ro tate the Jar swiftly In the air. The mouth is wide open, but centrifugal at traction prevents the liquid from fly ing out. The average nai.ivo woman is frai'i and listless In appearance, but the t nduratice w hic h they exhibit at this sort of calistherics is remarkable. It is about the s:eme a-- swinging Indian elnhs, and I am afraid to say how long I have seen them keep It up. lest you niigh". set me down as a prise liar. Generally the lord and master lies in one corner of the "jackal' or hut. smok ing a cigarette and watching the oper ation languidly. When the woman thinks the water Is suirielcntiy cool she stops with a dexterous vit of the wrist, growls out. "m neha caloral" which is native patois for 'blamed hot.' and she begins again. riti ntly di sci thing pin wiietl-. I 'have never made a test with a thermometer but I .as sure you they can reduce tepid water to the temperature of n very cool mountain spring. In Mexico, the na tives confine themselves a-, a rule to dampening th" jar on the outside and placing It in a current of air. Near the li.ele mountain village of Santa K;sa, on the Mexican Central, there is a cave through which a strong b:pczc passes at all hours oif the day. 1 have seen the month almost choked with water jars left the.? to cool off. N'i w Orleans Times-Democrat. A WHALEBONE ARMOR. Capt. ,T -hn H. Devrrtaux has refuse 1 a cash offer of $8nn for the jawbone of j a w hale which was killed in the har- . hoi here about fourteen years ago. ""he jaw? measure twelve fe, t each. and just now they are used as a grand n trance to a summer house on Sulli van's island made entirely f the hones from the whale. The house is prettily arranged and the vim s which cover it give it a most handsome appparance. Tea wa- served in this little house the other afternoon, an 1 the fact was then brought out that Capt. D. vereattx had just refused the offer for the bones. The whale was considered the largest of the kind that ever drifted to south ern waters. Capt. D vereaux is the supervising architect for the government at Chariest. ivn and it was his ide.i to build the house with the meet artistic ef fect. 'Hack of the main entrance the ril s have been put up as a covering and a support for the vines, and 'the large hi me of the whale's tail is used now as the throne seat in the arbor. The bones are thoroughly bleached airl superstitious negroes who have to pass that portion of 11: island on moonlight nigbts go by a't a dottble speed. There is a Seating capacity for twenty-five persons in the whale ho'JS". Baltimore Sun. HATS IN CHI RCH. Father Quinn of Buffalo has taken a hold ftand against what many have thought I i be a t'.esirablu custom. He announces thai: he r. after the presence of women with bare ha. Is wl net be tolerated in the church, whether they are there for the purpose of a tten di" s'rviics or weddings. He declares that the taking off of hats and b nnets is disrespectful mi God. Thi- is a-ourious ;: ititude. because the wearing of his hat by a man would be considered as the worst kind of an affront an 1 woul 1 be punished by the instant ejection of the ' fi'endcr. In an impartial view it is hard io see how the woman offends any more in e he removal ..f her hat than a man offrnds ill the removal of his. In Jewish syiiiigogues it is '-ii.-tenia ry for ni n to keep i heir hats on. and f u- one to break this rule would be to r nder himself at least conspicuous. b:t: in christian churches it has been the rule for centuries t sh nv reverence for the place and its . f unc i, nis by une.iv. ring. However, it is quite likely that the or der of the clergyman will be secretly pleasing to .many of the women in his c ongrega'ion. because th.y can he'nee forth display such millin;ry as they like in the view of the envious sisters, with out suffeiing from 'the charge that 'thty are trying to show off. Bio klyn Ka- A. IMrERYIOrs UMPIRE. "I was out in the country the other day," s vi iI the talkative man, "and hav ing nothing else to c!o I atended a ball game. It was a red h it game, if not scientific and ex it nn it: ran high. The ottly thing that I was in'ere-tel in. how. " r. v. :i . i tf i 1 a win the iinoire. who nnver ditriog; th-- whole game. A strike was in right haul an! dicated by raising the one linger held up. When he wished to call a ball he held up his left hand. The:e wore c.her signa' as well, and it was not neces-lie-i lot- him to op"ii his mouth. "What interested nie more was the way that the players and spectators t "i k his decisions. The game was a final . ne. and the bitter feeling that had existed during the w-hoK season had come to a prin'. where there was danger of bloo 1 being shed. Yet when Ihe umpire made a rank decision, which was pretty often, not a man sai 1 a word: even the rc.t.rs seemed awed in to silence. "A:, last the umpire m.ide a particu larly rank decision against the club that I had pic ked out for a winner and T couldn't resist yelling 'rotten.' " ''Taint no use yellin' at that feller." said a party wh was si.'. ing near me, 'he's deaf and demb.' "It wa- so. The rivalry that had ex- .rl between the clubs had been so ierer- that no one else cou! 1 be found o umpire the game and stand the huse. It might be a good idea to dopt the plan g. nerally. at least until he fins hnrn to talk with ''.heir lin ers." Ex. POrXTEO PA ItAGRAniS. The divorce judg speaks th ; parting word. Th" demand for good advice is not equal to the supply. Loud laughter is always low but low la tighter is never loud. Tormenting a child in fun is the worst possible kind cf a joke. About all some men are willing to do for a living is to breathe regi iariy. The man who indulges in too many eye openers is blind ;o hi", own inur es:?. A I .nat-suffring wife says her hus band's income is anywhere from 1 to 3 a. m. Tell the truth and let others say what thy will. You are responsible for but one tongue. O i"j the most charitable letter in the alphabet: j; js f, Und of tc ner than any oth'-r in doing good. Wh' n a mirrli .3 woman g"S forth to lord; after hee rights, her hushiind usu ally Ma-, s at horn and nurses his wronirs. Wh it tln re i an office for e leh seek er ihe loilh nnium will be ininght. oti.I it will ne: be nee. ssary to wail fir the lion ,-itid I.im'j to lie- down together. Chii-Mgo News. TEM POR A M I'T A NTU 11. N- it was not to her sitting in a ham mock with a young man, merely, that her mamma objected. But did she know where ilis arm was? Mildred laugh: d the insouciant laugh of beuyant y itth. "Why, I naturally supposed it was arof.u l son wlte re." --lie said. Her mamma sigho ; and thought with regret of the go id o! 1 days when girls did not come back at their parent? wi.th fl-l- rly b.ii mots. Detroit .loitr i:al. UP TO SNUFF. She I like him b"cause li -'s so ex travagant. Her Aunt Thai isn't the best p.-si-b!e quality in a husband. Sh f course not. I'm no. going to marry him. Puik. -AT- Stye ,H off ma 17 The Bowling- Alley is Oool. The Seer is from Oold Storage and is Anheuser-Busch 5c. ARCHIE McORKW, ROBERT McCLEARY. rsorstSTost. GARDEN CITY RESTAURANT ma oldeht in Trie rirt Knjoyn the best standing with trades men. Buys everything let spot emus prio .Dd the best 25o maL TL'Cft KiNQ 2. CO. 21 and 24 Washington St., cut of .t ob On Prlisivte rooms fcr faKllta TH1r J El). l-il I K Cheapest place to buy PIANOS A,D ORGANS She3t Music Etc. V. S. Jenkins Temple of u5l 86 W. iVaRhineton St.. Phoenix. Ari. ESSE: El g P- - T i? -P vrp.'-Tii err-ur i-tj. Souttyen? ?alifonia jotels. - The houses advertiii)g under this head ar? i, ii'-m.i lec-iiiniiieieo. eiieiii hi pc'ioiie wii'i eoiicein p'.uie eiieiioiiiff tae summer iu fcouiiieru r tii California. Thot.ev.hi, nney pi.tronize them Hire :gli i-enani,' the advertisements in the tJ7 jnj Kepuhlie-an are ri-spettfully reipiested io mentior. this jiepcr. jj LiOS ANGELES. i . - ' iriw -O'-xmi -i-,o :.r"e:.".-. I l.-:Hk tc l.ii'-ti'.l i!.;-.H!:uu-'-5 - z. v-s ..TM nPEIN.. Neatly Furnished Rooms. Hot and cold Ruths. I Xiegnntlv Faruithed rooms, bit coin h Mill m i.o'- Angeles, Cal. Jlei West Sixtii sit." .os Aiigelee, Cai tafo in louutction w ith lmuse, , Centrally Located. MK3. M. J. KHOX, PROPRIETOR. HOTEL SILVER CiTY. I- irt-i-'iiss modern roe in n siinrle or ensn Ite. ( oelesl im.t moM Ht.triu-ti ve mili.le rooms in eit v n , lir.v Sniioie o r;i:e. Sirielly ti idI class, 5.0. c.;U lu l-t'-L-O per moalll. jo W. SiAlU Sjuct;i Cornel Olive, l.O.-i ANell l.ES, CAL. HdN AMKRI' A.V I'l.AK THE R. II . SMITH, l'r.ii. A c-einfiirlalile Snminer Ifiilne for Arimn rI-nini:s. Privnte ilininir nvmi. neev Inrniliire, neev hintse. Aec-iiiuliiuelali -us tor commcri'iicl ineu. K-eryUiliir first -elass. Fifth ard A Streets, SAN DIEGO, Qiilifortsia. jttst a Little Scorched. by the big fire; that's all. It didn't prevent us from opening up our new store Monday morning with a full line of merchandise, and v.e have been do ing business without interruption ever since. Our stock is brand new, not damaged by fire or water, and v.e are prepared to fill your orders for: GROCERIES, HAY AND GRAIN, HARDWARE. STITDEPAKEP. WAG ONS, MINING SUPPLIES, DRUGS, POWDER, CAPS, FUSE, CROCK ERY, BEDDING AND BLANKETS, BAR SUPPLIES, TENTS, at our usual low prices. The BasMord-Burmister Co., PRESCOfT. Basis of Strength. Bread ! Go d Bread I Li Short Phoenix Bakery Bread Contains everything necessary to sus tain life. It is made of the finest high grade Hour, by the most skillful bakers, and in the most perfectly appointed bake shops. Is pure, palatable and wholesome, j. eing liglrt, it can be eaten and digested by invalids. pnosniz Bakery a CoKfecicnerj EDWARD EISEL"; , Prop. KUliMcbcel IMt. , Telephone SHI. 7 West Wal,int.-liili Hire; t. Cattle Vanicd to Pasture. l,03O lu-a-1 of citttiV wntr-l to TmMurL' either ly t lie iii on h or on Mui ivs fur one yon r or a t- l of ' !, (im I.'itt Hiii I pirn IV "of WHft-r, j'.it uii'k-r iVin-t', iirw;-(-Liv rci-omeiitiiitioiiS lu rniMictl. Write or ivill on J. F. W All 2, EN, L,aton. Fresno County, Ciifornia. Phoenix Restaurant The lc.-t HU'l rlK'Hprst t Mt-als :. Mr at tirki-is ; hor.rs. 4' vil j:ni run rtcoi.v itiiijf in the ritv. I. MohI Ht h"11 scrv'n-c teniU'retl. (.'ii i h ; ii ( I Luixi s in- iHtr.i! lifii hungry me! Iiiuuiiie loi u Koo'I meal go to Ihe Phoenix Restaurant 23 S. First Avenue. Opposite Court House Plaza. Abundance of Water. The Imperial Land Company of California. i opening for settlement lf:o,0t0 acres to be ir rigated from tiie 'olnrtulo river ill Snu Div&t rmtiity. GOVESKMENT LAND subject to -'litry. J'ro"p'-t i ve settler1 may lcHru lull piii tic-ilars by addressing or enll mjr oil B. E. SICE, F. LEI HTON, Agents iTo. SONorthSnd Ave, Phoenix, Ariz THE CLUB STABLER North Center Street. Handsome Turnouts. Horses boarded by the day, week or month. HENRY GEORGE, Prop. er, reliable and well eeiidiieted. The Re pub- hj NATICK HOUSE LOS ANGELES, CAL. KATfc.S: ?1.25 to a.oo pr day. letter with pri TPte batlis. Reonis Me up. Tlie i -.t.-1 poj'Mlur hou -ein T.os AnerMes for A ri Kotia p-up!e. Hrts just B bH'ti a toird story and IH'W nni:; ins 17." ro;ms, !1 newly ftiriiished, with runi:ni:r v.-mUt and eievulor. Thirty suites witii private bntiiH. Free Bub to and from all train. JiUKul-EAN i'l.AN, Opposite tho 1'ark C. W. SCOTT, Manaacr. DIEGO. CK'T1!.I.I.Z LOCATED HELIX BREAD TEE Plicenix National Bank, PH0EXIX, ARIZONA. Paid Up Capital 1M,H Suridus and Undivided ProflU.- M,M E. B. GAGE, President. C. J. HALL, Vlofi-Prealdmt K. B. KNOX, Caihler. L. B. LARIMER, Asa't CaiUeT Steel-Lined Vaults aad Steel Safety Deposit Boies, General Banking Easiness Drift led on all the principal dtl ct the world. DIRECTORS. JAS. A. FLiKMENO-C. J. HALL. O. B. RICHMOND. P. S. BELCHER B. HETMAN. F. M. MURPH'f. D. M. FERRT. E. B. OAOH. T. W. ?EMBERTON. THE VALLEY BAilK OF PHOENIX. ARIZONA. Paid Up Cpltl J1.M Surplus M,kM WH. CHRISTY, President. J. C- KIRKPATRICK, Vlce-Pre? Jstt W. D. FULWILER. Cashier. LLOYD B. CHIilSTY. Anst. Cih!r Drafts Issued on all of the Important cities of the United States and Europe. Discount Commercial Paper and Do General Banking Business. OfDco Hours, 9 a. m. to X p. M. DIRECTORS M. H.PHKRMAJS. WM. CfTRISTV. K.J.BKNXITT. J. C. KIICKI'ATRIOK K. tJ. UATCII. V. I). FrLWiiJili LLOYD B. CHRIST Y. CORRESPONDENTS. Am. KxchaiiKe Nnt'l KnS New Tors Am. Exehancee Nat'l iianK Chicane first National Itank Los Angeie Bunk of Arizona PreacotL Al The Amrlo-Culifomia Bank ; can -bYanciacQ. C-al TK3- 1 1 T"k ' titirvTin I I'nr.lr : 1 1 llfil -t I ill l ilU.liUiivi.1 UU.UU. VX 111 1UUUU.1 PHOENIX, ARIZONA. CAPITAL PAID UP tlOO.eM SURPLUS , EUIL GAN'i, President. SOL LEWIS, Vt.3-Prrsl3nt. 8. nUKRFKI.DER. Cal JOHN J. SWEENEY, Asst. Cashier. Directors: Kmil c.iintz, Sol Lewis, .1. Y. T. Smith, Charles itnliiinnii, S. Oherfelder, K. M. boTris, Jus. i'l'oilli. liner. CORRESPONDENTS. The Bank of California. .San Francisco Laidlaw & Co New York National Bank of Commerce. ..St. Louis Nat'l Bank of Commerce. .Kansas City First National Bank Chicago Colorado Natlon.il Bank Denver Farmers' & Merchants' Nat'l Bank Los Angeles Consolidated Nat'l Bank Tucson Bark of Arizona Prescott Messrs. N. M. Rothschilds & Sons... London ESTABLISHED- 1S93. 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, Vlce-Prest. HENRY KINSLEY, Cashier. C. O. ELLIS, Assistant Cashier. DIRECTORS: FRANK M. MURPHY. MORRIS GOLDWATEB. H. KINSLEY. R. N. FREDERICKS. JOHN C. HERN DON. E. B. GAGE. D. M. FERRY. Accounts of Individuals, flrma and corporations solicited on favorabla terms. 36 Nassau St., New York. FISK & ROBINSON, Bankers AND ' Dealers ia Investment Securities. Deposit Accounts of Banks, Banker?, 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. 1ARVEY KPWARO F'SK. gkoiu;k h. RnniN.-'oN, Mom her New Yorli PtorH Exchange 'WITHOUT BEING PUMPED' Pit - ""I we'll u'lii.lly id) I flieui. lint erive von tlie E exi't rienee ol ; others In tfieir own e-.or'l. .Tust ma il us a toirtl witii "Hi. ev ali.mt Pumping Plants!" iiTi.l your ii.MresH on tne b.-u-.k. vvr e'jor Gaiani G-a3olina?Ena;i4ie O 41JS. V. rtoiile vieril, Knuyas City. Mo. i TP. f, F -."'lu'.ii'll.vlellH ' i.W"'itr.MV;a Plants. We'll H ti "" nly toil Mei-S'ti"5J v..n all vt-S X-iX7,:'AA W - liniiu- sh out ' ' ":.-i-'V.- -. thein, tint will a -er ij - pive yon tlieB HOME SAYINGS Wl AND TRUST CO. PHOENIX, ARIZONA. CHARLES F. AIN3"5VORTH, Pret. S. M. M'COWAN, Vlae-Presldent. R. H. GREENE, Secretary. Authorized Capital ...tlM.Mf Hours: i a. m. to 3 p. m. Saturdays: 9 a. m. to 7 p. m. Interest on deposits. Ko commbjatakt on loans. HUGH H. PRICI. Cashier and Treaauran DIRECTOR. CHARLES F. AINSWOKTH, 8. M. M'COWAN. HUGH H. PRICE. AJMCILi MARTIN. R. H. CSEENH. Bargains for August 4 lots on First avenue near Van Burea S500 each 40 acres under Maricopa canad; Im proved; alfalfa, well, house and barn. S3.000 1G0 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 Fhoenix 2 p. m., con nects at Mesa with stage for Florence nnd 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 Kay Mine at 0:30 a. m. Fastest and best equipped stasje 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 Keats nd prime cuts of Beef. Pork, Veal and Mutton. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES CAl.l. AT Center Street Meat Market 4(1 X. Center Street. Telephone 'Jeiit:. C:if-rnia Pasaaona Miss Orton's Classical SCHOOL FOX GIELS. Now ImiltJiiijrs, pyiniiHsiuin, sporial care of health. Entire Yhri; iakt.ii 01 pupils for 'Hlendir y'iir. if U'sin.ti. Certificate utlmits to Kusteru Colleges. Plicenix, Teapa and Mesa Stage Leaves Phoenix 8:30 a. m. Return on your own time. rel6Dhons 264. Offce. 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 wards Hotel. Train arrives SAo; leaves 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. n. Gallagher. Job Fu-ikld. .Estimates furnished. Fifield & Gallagher GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS Rooms 11, 12 and 13 O'Neill BuUdlns;. PHOENIX, ARIZONA. P O. Box 573. THE PflLHDB. MRSCUFELD & PERKINS. FUOPBIKTOKa. IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC Wises, Liqsors aad Cigars PMOfNIX. ARIZONA CASTLE CREEK HOT SPRINGS OF ARIZONA. Open all summer. Take trains on the t'. F. P. & V. R. R. for Hot Springs Junction, where goo.l 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. COLI10UN, MANAGER Hot Sprtoes, Yyapaj Co Ariz.