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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUNDAY jrORNINGr, SEPTEMBER 9, 1900.
7 mtehMhMMhmiUM We Land A B. AND L. FAII,n;K. M F-Ceesport. Pa.. Sept. 7. The First Avenue Savings and Loan association is insolvent. This is the largest fail ii re ill the history of building and loan associations in Pennsylvania. o o o o o o o 0 o o & o o o o o o o 4 o o o o o White cotton THE INDEPENDENCE OF c , IS KNOWN FAR AND WIDE He reaps where he sows and his crops always bring the best prices. He knows no such thing as a crop failure. His (and is fertile. His water supply for irrigation is ample and permanent. The BUCKEYE COUNTRY is the delight of the Farmer snd Cattleman. only ask a comparison with other irrigated districts to prove its merits. with Water Right deeded with Land can now be had for $13.00 per acre. FOR' FULL PARTICULARS CALL OX Oil ADDRESS Land and CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000 26 Soulh Second Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona. J. G Wasson, Pres't., M. W. Messinger, Vice J. Ernest Walker, Secretary. SUFFERING INDIANS. Washington, Sept. 7. Oreat sufl'-ring i is reported ninotiff th.; Ala.-'.-: m Indians north of Nome. General fpaldiiiK has! w-: Itten the war d -par;ni H-t u gr1;: that : food be supplied them. ! FALLGOODS are beginning to arrive daily. We have just r.'civ.'l a larg" shilment of Outing Fiannel in light an. dark eolt-is. in both nudium and heavyweight. Thry are just uh.it you wain to make up for fall wear and now is the time to buy, for ur assortment is complete and prices are righ t. LOT 1. Medium weight ('.iir:; Flanm! j,, ,,., ,if stripe.! and checks: all colors; excellent value; wcrth 1 ' t - . 7 I-2c. per vard LOT H avy weight Outing Flannel, very nice and sift. i:i a go-.l assf.-rlnr.'nt :t color.-: a!s, plaids, s:ii: ..-s : ch rks; wr;h Uc 10c. per vard FANCY FLA NX KLKTTK, just th - thing for uiapp is ,-r dr. .-sins sac.Ues 12 l-2c. per yard Wu' l eider down, in assorted solid c.ii.ns 25c. per yard Fancy eid. r down in pink, bi;:c or red .--wii.. a or piai is 37 l-2c COMFORTS. We are head.iua:'-. is l:r .. mlorts. We !-:.ve re. ivtd al ut l.i'.i dozen comforts . ev , i-y kind i liuiy i n i'.-l. , ft in the cie-ap .-.it-ton on.1- to th" !ir. ; down coinfo.-ir. and are ol'f.-r-- 1 at prices that d fy all i omjn .hioo. Small size cor.-.f. rts. cover.' 1 v. i I h . fa::r-v prints 75c. Single bed con:for,.- ;.; .1 wfigh,. in ligo.t or dark c! o-s. -fair cotton sew.-d comfort s--. extra larg". !'-.r ! with good silko'ine. blue. .inl-: or laii li ; i 1 1 o- " $1.25 Silkoliiu- comf.irt:; mad f pure while r i l;:i.is; .1 v.iili a :- sort. 1 colored arr..-. a very tiic anl ii . y ouilt jj. SI-50 Wk Fxna larg.- coniioit- re ; w i'.li go, .1 .at n. x . tl anl li!!- 1 y with u hit.- - it in Sj-js BLANKETS. ' .iU 10-I full siz - biaoli. tr in whit - or gray. ft and 11 ecy J 65c. a pair I'M silver gray blank is. . xt:a ! vy. 1'ai! .- Is. . ;i go.. 1 bia.i!;-. kJv $1.25 'p We als have a full line o I" iia ail w..O btanUcts in w!:ii . gray. Jan. brown or mottled, at very low nrie K. ieenibcr b.-for.- b oyiog yuir v. i-.t-r In i -ling giv us a call and inspect our sliMdi, as w.- can sax.- .mi'1 nroi ;. (.a :h.'iu. W The BOSTON STO N. D!AM0D & B"0., Corner Washington and Second Streets, Phoenix, Arijoaa. THE Caii FoRGoT WHICH. Johnny "Fa. what i- tiie .lifr-r -nee- b tveor:: a walker ar 1 a p do-trian '." i ra " in.. ha e-tsri'.-s and wears tis'.it ; shoes, but I r,rget which cr.e it is." Boston Transcrnpt. 4s O ? O! 0; O Oi ! : o ! O : o O: O' : o O'. : ; c 4 O; o: o Oj Oi : 4! per yard $1.00 n-bie b -d 8L IP 9- the - Pres't. Jerome, Arix., Sept. 7. (Spfciai c. r rerpondenci. of the Republican.) iV.i siiicrabie good mining news has been "eating around Jerom.- the pas-t f-. .v days. Tile strike in the Ilro-okshire is attracting its share cf attention. The assay from a pi- ce of the ore gave a, re'-jrn of 28 :.'-iflO per cent. cepp. r, 1i ounces silver, and $4 in goid 13 th" t n. The a -say is most gratifying to the Treadwell company, and to every resident cf the town. A specimen of the- ore, toge.h.r with the assay returns is on exhibition in Cook's jewelry store window, where it is attracting c-enfid- table atentioii. Sh .-old the ore body be larg.-. as they predict, the strike will be i cuai to any made in Arizona re cently. The TreadwGll company is de veloping the Cliff grcup al.-o. with tx-e.-iie:tt chance? of striking go. d i r? in large kodks. The mountains south of Jerome are filed with minerals ar.J 1 only need honest prospecting and de veloping to make producing mir.ee all I around that section. Then there is the ' Mineral Point district that is on the I v. l ge of a irnai mining b.'Kim. K-yond a doubt the country there contain.- j s.ar.e paying gold mines. At a depth ' of L, feet in tiie Mike Lawler mine, i there- is said by responsible parti s ro j be a large body of free milling gold oi -1 ! eigne feet throtigh the ledge, averr.ging ?2" per ton. Supplies are sent to the district by some one sinking a shot'., every few day?, from stores in J. r-ono. TI-rr are torn: great bodies of ore thf ie. This morning the ladies r.f the Kpb:-r-opal guild chartered a hack and wont to the V. : d on a picnic. Th'v had lunch en- ugh f ir tw ice -the niuno. r that went. The we lding day has been s-t r '.: m rrow f u- : hiee couples i.-l piotnin nt our.g Mexican peopie in Jerome. The. eont raoting jiartics are Jo:-e M. Ab bott ai d Miss Luisa Palm: Franci.-co Abbott an.l ."riss (iuadalupe Ortiz, aiiej Fiaiii-ieeo M'.iriUi-z and Miss Maria V. t. .a. All the parties are high in Al xican circle.--. There will be a grand ball given in toe opera hous- after tae w , ddir.gs. ti which a large ntv.nb r of fiieiids have been invited. V our cor- I : sp udent has the honor of ing ' coeni- .j among tUe frienos of the j--ir- i ties, and will be there to report tl-.u j affair as it oesei-vcs. The Modern? took up a good woi 1c j at their me ting last nitrht and a p- ; I'..in:td a (eiottrni tee ti s-.3.eii a.l l.rj the fami'y of th nia.i wlto -ea otped two weeks ago with all the run is i f I the Mint rs' union. The family was left ! in d.siiuue i-ii-ctin-.staiic s. Mrs. Iteii;, ll'.e woman, is far from well and has ' live eliildi rii dt pt r.d.ru upon her foi j stipl-ori. Sh" ha? a chance t-t sell her little h:.u.-o aad what furniture site has j for That amount, with what the I Mo l.-rns veil! rai.-o for her will pay he. v. ay to i 'alifornia. where she thinks eiie tan live cheap. r than in Jerome, ami raise her children properly. The co. - e i - des -r ir.g of l-ity and heip. and the- Modei nt5 by th-ir charitable r.-et show ih.-n'.es.lvcs to be the kin 1 of pn.ple the town needs. They will so licit money this afternoon l.-om ail th. citizens cf th t w n. Mrs. Harlan en tered into the work with such hearty good will she raised over $"i for the p .or woman within live minutes. Sueli ef forts will bring forth fruit. Boss Head is in town shaking hand with his many friends. r. V. JUDOXALJ). al Co. m NEWS OF JEROME ! I What Is Going On In the Eig Copper Camp. floating around Jerome the pas-: ft j YAVAPAI'S CAPITAL Hews Notes From Prcsiott Corres pondent. Present;, Ariz., Sept. 7. (Sp-cial e r icspondeiice of the Republican.) How f.rd Burmister io to be married to Mi.-s Blanche Breeden. of Portland, Oregon, f.t the Palace hutsl. San Francisco, on the l'.Hh ins-;. Mr. Burmistr is a son of R. If. F.urmiscer and a member of the firm of P. H. Burmister Sens Co., and it is evident that as the firm's bitsiiuss increases the Individual mem- lu rs of th.- firm are greatly responsi ble f-.r it. by increasing the family re sponsibilities in one way and another. Mr. Burmister -has a lesion of friends who wish him and his estimable bride-t.i-bp every bappine-s and suce-ss in life togilhe-r. Miss Edna Martin left on yest -relay's n irth bound Irain for Los Anselis, where site wiil attend the normal for another year. Mr. Henry Wager, accompanied by a nephew. Fred Wager, tame in from th.- south on t.diy's train, the former returning from his six-months' visit t his old home in Arkansas, and the lat ter making his initial visit to this country. Fred is a fine looking young man and shows what stuff old Arkan sas is still producing. He intends re maining1 in this part of the country th:.- winter. l'iymunil Belcher left this afternoon with his father f.:r California, where the former wiil a tend school for the next year. Mr. J. L. Munis left yesterday for California, taking his little son Har old for the benefit ol" the health of the latter. A. D. Barnhart returned last night from his visit ea.t. Mrs,. AV. c. Campbell and daughter 1 ft a f-w days ago for California, where Miss Campbell will enter the .Stanford unlvir.-lty. . H. Williams, of Phot nix. who has been spending the summer here, left for his home last evening. Mr. ft. E. Wells returns this evening from attendance at the funeral of his rath r at Pueblo, Colo. A special train was sent to sh Forks today to meet Mr. Weils. -Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Stoddard are in town today from Stoddard. Ariz. Mr. St-.'dard wishes he might have been in at the death last Saturday to have heard '.he "genuine platform" read, brt says he wo u 1.1 not have b. en al low. ; in the c nvention hall even if lie had been in. A GOLD STRIKE Rich Find Recently Made At Harqua Hala. Ft is reported on good authority that what promises to be . considerable body of ore has been struck in the Ctolden Eagle mine of the Harqua Hala group, says the Yuma Sun. The find is being exploited, and if it proves worthy of development a portion of tiie convi.-any's big stamp mill which has laid idle for several months, and the larger portion of which through disuse and neglect has become worth less will be moved from its present site to a point on the Golden liagle claim, over two miles distant. The Har-jua Hala. since it was purchased by Mr. A. C. Hubbard, has not we'd carried out the reputation it gained in olden times as a bonanza, but through the persistent and well directed ef forts of Mr. Charles Piekenbac'n, the superintendent, it has paid expenses, and if the present find proves all that is hoped f .r it Mr. Hubbard may add another to the fortunes he has madj at Harqua Hala. EXPLAINED. "Has he money?" "No." "Then he probably has- family an! position." 'No. he is me rely a fine man." "Then w hy in the world is Maud niar rj ing him?" "For lov. . I understand." "Weil. I always did think Maud was well, queer." Colorado Springs Ga zette. An old bachelor says the bride Is foo,;i?h becat'se sh. doesn't marry the bfst man at the wedding. PROFESSIONAL ATTOHNEYS-AT-tAW. J. H. KIBBEY, A. J. EDWARDS, W. B. Kibbey. Kibbey, Edwards & Kibbey, Lawyers, 13-21 South Center St., Phoenix, Ariz. Ground floor. DENTISTS. DR. JOHN A. LKNDENiaTroXi administered. Room" over Pootofflce. H. J. JESSOP Dentist. Offlc PrtI building, corner Washington nfl Ce tpr Btrepta. roomn 14 and If. PROFESSIONAL Nl'KSE. j LENA V. WHEEI,AND PltOFES j sional nuise. 221 Jefferson St., Phoe ! nix. Arizona. Tel 1-1. jNoTH'i: TO STRANGERS THOSE who are not feeling quite well can j find a go"d comfortable home and a I mother's care, with baths, salt water. ! hot, air. vapor, sulphur or any other i mineral. 410 North Fifth avenue, j Mrs. M. Hrown. Mrs. Brown can also ft- p your cough! REAL ESTATE. REAL ESTATE. PONDS AND Mix ing claims, rooming houses, ranches and oil lands. Mr.-. M. S. Johnston, 447 South Broadway, Los Angel, s, Cal. Ml'SIC TEACHER. CASSIO C. BRANNAN TEACHER of violin and other stringed instru ments. E lu.-a.ted by best Kuropsan masters: methods the very best. Twenty-two years' expti-ienee in teaching. May be s-'-:i .i.t Redewili's Music St. ire. ML'SIC lessons, r.Oe. $1: new and pro gressive m thod for guitar and man dolin; call at studio, Vendome, op posite opera house, one block west of pMttolliee. Xo. Washington street. Sirs. Lee MeDaueld. i POPULAR WANTS Advertisements nader this head one-hall cent a word aach lmortlon . So adTcttisemen ttaken lor leit than twentT-flv oentf. WANTED Indian girl, kitchen girl, woman to cook and help in hou.-e out of town; man and wife for ranch; boy to learn drug business; girl for demlst's office: solicitor mercantile business. Territorial Employment Agency, 7 and ft, I'. O. Building. Phoenix, Arizona. LOST Hatband. Denis theater. Re 'tttrn to 407 Fleming block. FOR SALE Tent and floor. 12x14 feet, DoS North First avenue. Good condi tion; price, $12. A HOTEL SNAP I want a good man to base my 4-j-ro in hotel near Les Angeles. Ample sur.shine; amjng the orange groves. , Elevation CijO feet. An ideal spot. A big oppor tunity. Nominal rent I i right party. Will refurnish and put in complete repair. Address Box 2, Republican office. AGENTS WANTED c-verywh- rc- to s li INCANDESCENT VAPOR GAS LAMPS; 1W candM rower. NO TORCH, latest design;. STI'DE- BAKER GAS LIGHTING CO.. Kan sas City. LADY, northern birth and education, wishes pjiikion ii co;npani n; nurse to invalid or managing housekeeper. Has lived four years on a ranch It; fa. vnc-cs. Addr-.e.5 Mi'?. Dr.w. thU oflice. WANTED By a reliable wholesale house, traveling salesmen for a new business pi opesition. Sells itself m pro-per presentation. Exp. Hence not absolutely r.eee??a:-y. Address Man ager, Republican r.f'.lce. ENGINEERS, Fir. m. n. Machinists an 1 Electricians: S. n 1 10 c -nts f r new 40-page pamphlet, containing list, of jjucstions asked by Examining Board of Engine r.--. GEO. A. ZELLER. Bookseller. St. Louis. Mo. ANY LADY can nisily make SIS to ?2-"i we.-kly by representing us in her Jo cali.y, and a? the position is both pleasant and pr.ditabl" the year round, I will gladly send full partic ulars to all. Even our spare time is valuable and if you r.ally wan: to make money, address, with 2e stamp. MRS. MARY E. WHEELER. b7 Washingt n St.. Chicago, Illinois. FOR RENT .rooms. 323 -Furni ih.d or unfurnishe West Monroe Street. FOR RENT Large- 4-room house, with barn and 4 acivs of alfalfa pastuiv. Inquire last house on East Adams Street. WANTED Posit i a as housekeeper in hot.-l cr private rtsilence B. st of references. Apply at R.-om 3, Aiamo House: FOR SALE Y.ung P. kin duck.. S2 pet trio, delivered at I'hoenijL. Address P. O. Box C02. WANTED At Hotel Atwood. Temp.-, Ariz n.i. a first-class laundr. s; also a chambermaid. Only tlose who un derstand their business neetl apply. Call at erne. WAXTED A first-class porter an3 a. bell boy; must dress In uniform. Call at Hotel Atwood, Tempe, Arizona. WAXTED At Hotel Atwood. Tempo. Arizona, a first-clars head waiter (whit. ). anrl five waiters; must be used to waiting on first-class refined people. Call with references. MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi en -ed card reader, tells past, present and future: Ladi. s, 2".e; gentlemen, 50 cents. Room S Gregory House. WAXTED A b y store. Apply at macy. to work in drug Goodman's Phar- FOR RF-TXT Four-room cottage, large screen porch, in suburbs, with horse and buggy, or seven-room house: nice surroundings. Address Box 722 FOR SAT. E ll.i- neat bedroom suite, cheap. 122 North Third Street WANTED Petaluma incubator, dress P. O. Box 1471. Ad- TWO neat furnished rooms for rent: brick building; SH per month. Inquire William Limbroek, 2:"2 East Wash ington. HEADQI'A RTERS for tourist?. Com plete, city list furnished houses and rooms for rent: suites for house-keeping; city niul country board. AVeiriek & Latham. :;2 North First Avenue. Information free. PHOENIX FOUNDRY Boiler Repairing, P pe ritifng. Ringr up Telephone 63. Or call at 2S North Center street when wanting something nice to drink. We are headquarters for the best in our line and si !e ag. nts for PabM, Lemps and th e San Francisco breweries, Ltd., three of the best breweries on earth. STANDARD IRON WORKS MANUFACTURERS OF Mining, Milling and Machinery Castings STRUCTURAL IRON AND STEEL CONTRACTORS. Sscond Hand Machinery Bought and Sol!. Ppstoffise Box 452 WANTED The public to know that J. Ernest Walker has the largest list of rr-al estate to select from, either to sell or rent, in th valley. If you want to Build he can put you in a building and loan association where monthly payments about equal to rent will secure you a home. It will pay you to see him before buy ing, building or renting. FHtE INSURANCE a specialty. Some exceptional bargains and plenty of water in Buckeye valley. Money always on hand to LOAN oi good security. FOR RENT An elegant six-room brick l oetse on Fjist avenue; "A-ell fur nished; electric lights; bath, barn, etc. Apply to J. Erneo't Walker. WA.N'TKU, A BARGAIN TAKER. For close in house of twelve rooms. Partly furnished. Never vacant, and can be well rented any hour in the day. Fine shade, lawn, city water, good neigh borhood. This property far sale at a sacrifice and on easy terms. Party going east. J. ERNEST WALKER. The Real Estate Man. Remembtr the office 26 South Sec ond Avenue. Tel. Main 601. THE NEW DOMESTIC rents 75c per week. Supplies for all machines; repairing done. J. S. Elston, 407 E. Washington St. WANTED Every bunness man In Maricopa county to know thai The Republican's Job printing plant is th best equipped in all Arizona and that the prices and stock and styles ar right. If you want bill heads or let ter heads or printing of any kind call at The Republican office or send -word for our man. to call on you. ANY ONE desiring to purchase prop erty in J.rome, it a farm on the Verde rivir or Oak creek, will do well to write to D. T. McDonald, Jerome. FOR SALE Jewett typewriter In good condition. One of the best ma chines made. Double keyboard. Will be sold on installments or cheap for cash. Address It.. Republican office. WANTED A chance to prove that the; PACIFIC GROTTO is the BEST PLACE 'to eat, in Phoenix. J. A. It. Irvine. FOR RENT House to rent: also rooms f'.irnished and unfurnished. Inquire 543 N. Fourth Ave. FOR SALE First-ciass livery busi ness, wiih the very besq stock and up-to-date rigs This business is paying a good income. Good reasons for selling. For further information addrfss G. F. Tinsler, Prescott, Ari zona. IJOI'PE in nice location for sale; terms easy: will take good team in part payment. W. A. Conner, corner Fourth and Taylor streets. - WANTED Two or three rooms, fur nished or partly, for housekeeping. Good neighborheod ; reasonable. No in valids. Address F.. this "office. WANTED Korscs for pasture. Inquir 42 East Washington. i FOR SALE A twelve room lodging I house, a bargain. FOR SALE A neat cottage, $750; this I is cheap. FOJi SALE A fine alfalfa ranch with water. MONEY to loan, houses built to suit purchaser on monthly payments. HUGH M. CREIGHTON & CO.. 110 North Center St. : WANTED Carri rs: must be fifteen years old or older. Apply at this of fice betwee n 5 an 1 C p. m. G RAND CANAL water right for sal---. W. K. James. 11 North Tirst avenue. DAV1ASON has r.-n Club stables. wli-T oid an 1 new custo ved next door 'to he wiil treat his rs right. m WANT ED A light delivery wagon at o;tce in good condition; cheap for cash Apply Beix !:;2. . WANTED Purchasers for fecund hand buggies, wagons, harness, fur niture, show cases anl hulls hold goods of all kinds. Bedroom sets from !d4 up. Plows, hor.-.e power.-, incu haoos: also 12 head of work and saddle horses. These li rses are Al good horses. Call anl get my prie-es before- buying. E. W. Spear's second hand stor,. , 222 We?: Washington. and MACHINE WORKS N. P. McCALLLM, Prop. 25 to 33 North Second Street. Machinery of all kinds OiiiSt and Repaired. MACBLNEXY, SITPL1ES, CASTINGS, ETC, nil kincs cT work la the Mechanical Line MELCZER BROS.