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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN HONDA T 5rORNINO, SEPTEMBER 10, 1900 0000OOCOGOSOOOOOCOOOOOOO000000000000 TO THE GIRL! Ezra, W. JEROME LETTER Charitable Acts In Bshalf of An Un fortunate Woman. Jerome. Ariz.. Sep:. 8. imperial cor respondence of the Republican.) -Today the cp?ra house is being prepared for the grand trlpple wedding this ev ening;. Invitati ns have be-n pent all over the territory, anil a large crow 1 will be present. Dee Scott and Paul Smyley went out to Sycamore canyon this morning to camp out a week. The movement in the right direction to assist Mrs. Ituhurd Helk and chil dren to set money to pay their way t ( "a Iff- rnia. which was started at the meeting: of the I'nited Modern lodge Thurs.ia" evening, has turned out most successful. Mayor Tovrea Rave his hearty co-operation and communicated with H. P. Anewait. who secured half fare rates for the woman and her chil dren on the railroad. That represents a savins of a go d many dollars to the poor woman. Mr. Tovrea also donated a ham and other things for the ladies to put In a basket of lunch they ara preparing for the family to take with them. Mrs. Tovrea and Mrs. Harlan collected over J20 in in n?y. and anoth.T subscription was taken around, swell ing the ea-h to about $:!".. This, wi.h the money she gets for her cabin and furniture, will take the family to Tled lands and l-ave a few dollars over. The Moderns are deserving of much credit for the good v. rk they did for the unfortunate woman. Mrs. Relk and her children will leave tomorrow morn ing on their journey. Merrill brothers have hud ;he street in front of their new building cleaned of all rubbish, greatly improving that part f town. The streets a'.' n arer clear of building material tiain th y have been since th: tire of September 11, 1S3S. Mrs. Joe C. Rmlle. with the T F. Mil. ler company, left t sterday afternoon for a business trip to I.os Angeles an 1 San Fraiu Isco. to be gone two weeks. The hearing of the boys accused of shooting cattle a! t'ottonwo d has be- n pos'tpontd until the lsth of the month. Friends of bo:h sides ar.. hvcoming in terested In the case. The Mexicans ha v." hire. :h- hand to furnish music for their cel. bration on the Kith, Mexican independence day. The evening of the 16th will be spent In daiving. The c Ubration will begin on the 1."th. C P. Perron was made happy yes terday afterno n by the arrival of his family from Temp.-. E. H. Meek, who was taken down w ith fever in Jerome last we. k. went out to Oak ere-k before he was en tirely well and is now down with fever again. J. H. (Minkseales cam" in fr on the east this morning, where he hail been on a visit. H.- Is a property owner in Jerome, and has great eontid r.ee in th. future of the town He had not be.-n here for a year pivvi us to this trip. G. W. Hull cam - in this morning and .is looking over the town. Bert Lincoln has been under the w ather and unable to work, but is geting better at present Henry Hergett was in bed two days this wo-k with fever, but is up and at his old place in the Jjronie meat mar ket this morning. Arrangements are being made by the OOOOOOOOOQOO o 6 G Q O O O O o G o o REMEMBER : the : STRAW HAT ; SALE : i Koff : At L. L. PLANK Successor to It. H. Oreene Theres" coolness and com fort in our fine Straw Hats and Night Robes. We must dispose of them to make room for our fall stock which is fast arriving. S Remember the a Night Shirt and w 2 Pajama Sale J : Koff s : At 1. 1. flak : a Successor to a w E. it. Greene Z FLEMING BL'K. Q Thayer, 124 WILL BUY 50 Cents Trimmed S MISSES' SAILORS, 25c. SCOpIELiD'S Moderns to give Mr. and Mis. Harlan and Mr. Jackson a farewell banquet Thursday evening in the lodge room. d. d. Mcdonald. SET TPON BY TRAIX WRECKERS. Trackwalker Murderously Assaulted at Night on the Meadows. Atlantic City, N. J.. Sept. !. The Pennsylvania railroad detective. and the city authorities are puzzled over 'the murderous assault committed at 10 o'clock last night on the meadows on Trackwalker Joseph Rich, an Italian employed by the Pennsylvania rail road. Rich was asked for some matches and tobacco by a man who suddenly appeared In -front of him, and was ahout to comply with the request wh?n three other men joined the stranger. A few s conds later Rich was felled hv a blow on the head. He lay un conscious ur. il daylight, when he made his way to this city. The gash in his head seems t have been made with a hatchet or some other sharp instru ment. Rich was robbed of his belt and revolver, but they were found some I distance away. The railroad people connect the as sault with train wreckers and r.hink that the four men were probably out to mak? trouble for the express which was about due, bur 'that their plans were upset by the appearance of the trackwalker. Rich gave fair de scription of the assailants. Chief En gineer Xich. Is of the Pennsylvania railroad cxprfssed the opinion that the assault may possibly have some con nection with the attempt to wreck the express. He said every railroad cor poration has more-nr less enemies made through th.r adoption of stringent rules for the safe running of the road. He said that the numtvr f trackwalkers has been doubled since the assault. PASTED FORTY DAYS. Chicago. Sept- 9. "Dr." H nry Rob ert Wallace Andrews, who is in the county jail here, broke his fast of forty days yesterday by eating a few ounces of sponge cake. The "doctor' is a niink-trr and veter inary surgeon. He says angels began whispering to him soon aftei nis arrest. j and w hen hi had become submissive he j recognized a divine c mmand to abstain j from all solid food for forty days. He faithfully heeded the 'call from above," and diil not swerve from the path of I duty until the designated period was at an end. His fellow prisoners watched him I larefully, but did not discover that the "doctor" was practicing a confidence j game on them. The "doctor" was cau tious about eating yesterday. He says he felt worse after .eating the melon than before. He promises to undergo another period of fasting in the neat future. THROt'GH AN' OPEN DRAW. Detroit. Mich.. Sept. !. Two 'a!:.i-:i locomotives and the three freight cars of Wabash fas; eastern freight train No. 9. plunged through an open draw bridge Into the Rouge river at Delray at 6 a. m. today. The engine cr 3 had remarkably narrow escapes and no one was injured. The heavy train ap proached the bridge too rapidly to be controlled. The botir.m of the Rouge is very soft and the engine sunk out of sight. ANNOUNCEMENT Mi se Welch wishes to inform her friends that she is sole owner of the Philadelphia Rook depot. No. i:!4 West Washington street, wlure will be found a .fine line of books, stationery and school supplies. Mr. Wilson, an experienced merchant, is in charge. Call and look over the stock. New goods every few da vs. I.ate novels re crived this week. CATTLE WANTED. F have pasture nthl u inter ft il for. from jm to H'Nt hcml of HttIe. Kim press and wntcr im $HiitH I-V K. I: ., gooil l.irnl imtrkPt, is hours ride to Khiisa ity, tin unload in Colorado or Kansas. 8 miles from Kanva state line. Can advance money for freight. Life time expen. ence in handling cattle, no cuttle of my own. For particulars write to JNO. HESS, Butte Kanch.T. O. Hollv, Colo. Fairbanks, Morse & Co. Gasoline Engines, Hoists and Windmills are the Best Made. Call -at the Store and we will demon strate it. - 126 East Washington Street. THE BEST chool Hat 209 - 21 1 East Washington Street. THE WESTERN CAMPAIGN. i-hicag . Ill Sept. 9. Republican spellbinders are gathering at the na- tional committee headquarters in this city preparatory to receiving: their final instructions before starting on the road early next week. With the arriv al of Chairman Hanna in the city the campaign in the west will be put into full swing. Routes ara now being mapped out for the speakers engaged to cover Iowa, Nebraska, the Dakota, Minnesota. Kansas. Missouri, Michi gan, Kentucky, and other states. Mon day will 'see a scattering of the host of t speakers over the western territory. On j that day. also, Governor Roosevelt will leave Chicago on his tour of the we-st-j ern, northwestern, and Pacific coast I states. BOY DIES OP LOCKJAW. I Springfield. 111.. Sept. 8. Harry ! Kuebler, one of the boys who was so badly injured by th: premature dis ; charge of a cannon at Camp Lincoln i during the Illinois national guard en I campment this summer, died today of i lockjaw. Blood poisoning had set in from the ffects of powder, and when young Kuebler stepped on a wire with bare feet Monday lockjaw at otic- LOCAL BHSVITIES. Cardo of thanks, notices pertaining to organizations and societies, church fairs or socials, will not be printed in Th Republican except when paid for. II. C. Morrow & Co. has placed a fine Estey organ in the chapel at the Indian schooL You can rent your tent for j camp meeting at Dorris Bros'. the THE PACIFIC GROTTO is the best "PLACE'' a.t which to eat in the city. J. A. It. IRVINE. E. A. Spaulding cells rrU rata. Of dce No. 41 Weat A&axui treat. Sheet music two sheets for 5 cents at Phoenix Piano and Music Co. j NOW OPEN. The Leland, Adams i street, between Center and First streets. Nicely furnished rooms by the day, week or month. Transients ac commodated. HERE AGAIN. Taul llorgan. the expert Piano tuner, is again in Phoenix. Those wanting their pianos tuned or repaired for the fail and winter may leave orders at either of the music stores in Phoenix. FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething. It ; soothes the child, softens the gums, al ! lays all pain, cures wind colic and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twen j ty-five cents a bottle. TO MEXICO CITY AND RETURN. The S. P. comp'tny will sell tickets to Mexico City and return, from Septem ber 4 to S, inclusive, for $46.75, from Phoenix. Tickets good for thirty days from date of sale. For further infor mation call on or address M. O. BICKNELL. i At a meeting of the Maricopa county I prohibition central committee, called for the purpose of setting date of coun I ty convention, it was resolved that meeting should be held Septembr 13, at i 7 p. m at Dorris hall. The appoint I ment of delegates from the different precincts is as follows: Phoenix, 20; ; Mesa, 6; Tompe, 8; Huckeye, 3; Glen- dale, 8, and all other precincts 1 each. Every one in sympathy with the prin ciples of this party are earnestly asked ! to attend this convention. S. S. GREEN, Chairman. J SAN FRANCISCO SEMI-CENTEN-l XI A L. CELE P. RATION. - Thi.- San'.a Fe will sell excursion tickets to San Francisco and return for above occasion on Friday. September 7. Round trip tickets, good for ninety days. Fare, $45.45. For 'further infor mation call on or address L". W. G1LLETT. G.ntial Afft. 'YOU GET WHAT YOU ASK FOR AT BEAR'S.' Vacations THEN Housecleaning When you return from your 'vaca tions you will need a bottle of Furniture Ptlish 35c. You want a Shammy to clean your windows and mirrors, we have them 2oc to $1.00 and a good Sponge from 2-.c to oOc. We are up-to-date in all of your wants in our line. We fill Prescriptions every hour at popular prices. BEAR Keystone Pharmacy Opposite City Hall. TV if ii is an acknowledged Dr. HibbaraWon5fr.u,s": Kidney, Urinary and Bladder disenses. His pre-eminent snc eess is due to exceptional ability, lonjj ex perience and also!ute reliability. His methods are always the laie.M ami lest. He t reft tit seienrifierifly SwxubI Debility and Seminal Weakness, completely re.-torinc t heir terrible undermining conditions. Spec ial and Pi ivate disorders witli their poison ous and destructive ciTet speedily and perm anently cured . No matter who has failed Dr. Hibbard will cure you if your case he curable. Cancers, L leers and External irowths positively removed without the knife or severe measures. Testimonials at tfice. Delay is oangerous. Io not wait until too late. Jf pot-dine always b exam ined by an expert. Talk with him and judfre yourself to his integrity and ability. CousultutionFree. Hours. Hi to V2, I to 3, rt to 7. Other and laboratory. L'f't-'JH Sonth Second Avenue, Hibbard JiuiMin. 1'hoenix, Arizona. if You Want Good Meat go to Tribolet's East Washing ton Street, Op posite the City Hall. Largest Cofd Storage Plant in the territory. Skillful cutters, prompt service S. J. Tribolet In the Battle for recognition, which is now more act ive than ever between the builders of pianos, many firms have ("isappeared, while a lew have not only maintained the position gained, but have strength ened it. Among the leaders the rtiTj t certainly be regarded as a strong factor in that class of pianos which has given to America the prestige of hold ing the paramount position in the petition in the musical industry of the world. Sold for cash or on the small month ly payment plan. We sell other makes of pianos at prices and on terms ithat defy competition. H. C. MORROW .fc CO., D. C. AKIN, Proprietors. Manager. 1j EAol VVA3HIN0I0K VOSE The country's summer population is drifting homeward again. There is business to be done in town. A part of that business is in our line. New Styles. New 0 terns in Seasonable Q our store. Q O o Q m o o Q G o Clothing Fits Lske Ours. We are now displaying New Fall Lines of Men's, Boy's and Child ren's Clothing. Having secured the agency for the celebrated HART, SHAFNER& MARX'S Fine Cioth ing, known the world over as the best made, we extend an invitation to you all to call and see the NEW LINES FOR FALL WEAR. The Summer Fancies in Furnish ings are already out of date and the NEW GOODS for FALL WEAR are here. We cordially invite an early inspection of our New Goods, which are a step in advance of any previous showing. There are some Up-to-Date Novelties to interest you in I TUB Store of ON SULTRY SUMMER DAYS you probably don't rare for much meat; but what you i'o purchase yuu want to be fresh and of the highest grade. The appetite Hags, and n thing but the nvist appetizing of com siiblcs have any attraction for you. If we can't pi- a e. you're doomed to disap pointment ef.-eu -here. lit it' r try us first. P. T. HURLEY, S Vest Washington SI., 'Phone 12 mosm T&ym wxxmz ":l4r arrf.-st'.-;.:'TT nf. tf 3 W. -AS H t Ki &T OM If you are going to the coast or are packing up to go anywhere, don't place your effects in that old battered and worn out trunk. You need a new one. We have what you want. If not, we will make what you want either In trunks or valises. 5. J. DOSTER. Prop. Telephone 229. 41D W Washington. Investigate Thoroughly Uefore you purchase a. typewriter. The Sniith-Prenuer is the best. Bicycle and typewriters repaired. E. M. DEPEW & CO. 33 South riist Avsuua I Goldberg Bros' S i i Clothing are awaiting ttie Town. hoe and Clothing House REMEMBER OUR FREE EMPLOYMENT RANCHERS, FRUIT GROWERS! WATER PIT SOME FRUIT and ALFALFA. A representative of the HOWE-CURRY CO. of Los Angeles is in the City and will give estimates on wells and pumping plants for irrigating purposes. Address, FRANK H. HOWE, General Delivery, City. California Restaurant, Strictly First-Class. - When prohibitionists have banquets ; What a witness has seen depends up they probably eat 'the toasts. on thi cross-examiner. It isn't always the man that has the m st nose that knows the most. In the race for wealth too much mon- ey seems to be an impossible quantity. g annual clearance sale Sept. 1 st to 1 5th Big reductions in every department. Surprising at this season of the year. All who are thinking of refurnishing tiieir homes will find it to there advantage to visit us, and get our prices. 1 1 Sale Prices. 10c yard, 10 pieces new Silkalines, regular price l.'ic yard. 5c yard, 8 pieces Fancy Cr. tonnes, regular price 8 l-3e yard. $1.15. Full size Marseilles Bed Spread, regular price J1.50. Lace Curtains, cheaper than you ever saw them before. o o o o o o o Fabrics. New Pat- o your inspection in o Q O OmCE. 0 Y01R Kokth Fie st Avk , Opposite Gazette Cfl'ie Best Meals in ilie City. Satisfaction Guaranteed in Ivhjt Ke'iret ! Paring potatoes thin is a pretty gnfl j example of household economy. The greater the difficulty the more glory there is in surmounting It. RECALL, -PATTERNS TELEPHONE 1. o o my.