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THE ARIZONA EEPTJBLTCAIT: THTJBSDAT MOR1TI27G, SEPTEMBER 1- 1900.
The Savage Rifle, Highest Grade, Highest Price. $21.00 and $21.50. Hammerless, Smokeless, Six-Shooter, Safe. Full line at our slurp. On 11 find see t hi m ur send fur catalog, free hy nniil. Full line uf ullier rilP-s, shot guns, revolvers, aii'l Fresh Ammii nitiuii. PINNEY & ROBINSON, BICYCLES, TYPEWRITERS, PHOTO STOCK AND SPORTING GOODS. Established 1833. 40 N. CENTER ST., Phoenix. A FRIENDLY SUGGESTION. The people who have hit upon the brilliant rtevice of starting an-cr.dless chain of prayer as a campaign n;,iiie might gt-t some points upon the eft. c; Ivcne."! of prayer in such affairs by consulting the Spaniards, O.um Paul and jclin L. Sullivan. Louieiik Cour ler Joui r.al. Everything may come to the man who waits except another man who owes him money. SEE R EM. . V: EGGS Fresh Ranch Eggs only 2r.c dozen. Our invoice takes place October lii. After that this store will be full and overflowing with a n w stoc k of gro ceries and the largest line of fine Teas and Coffees ever shown in Arizona. These are the prices that must clean out our present stock. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded: 1 pound package Coffee. 5c packages California R'.ock Matcher. 25c 1 pound Shredded Cocoanut. 1-3-pound can Apple Butter. 10c 1 pound. White or Yellow Macaroni. 13c . Per pound Eastern Bacon. 10c 1 can Salmon. 25c 6 bars Calla Lily P.orax Soap. 5c 1 can American Sardines. 17c 1 can Eagle Milk. 65c 1 sack full weight Bran. 90c 1 sack full weight Rolled Barley. J8c 1 pound special Blend Coffee. $1.25 1 keg Kansas City Tickles; regular price, SI. 50. J0c 1 bottle Vanilla or Lemon Extract. 30c 1 pound very best Chewing Tobacco. These are 'the prices that make- them dizzy and crowd the Store That's Al ways Busy. McKEE'S CASH STORE Pembrton block, eppoait out kniM. IMaphon Ml. EAD PEDAGOGIC NOVICES Several New Teachers in the Country Schools. Many of ihe county schools re-opened last Monday and several mure will re sume up -.--rations next week, while all u ill have begun another year's work by the 1st uf October. There atv sev eral new teachers in tin- rural sc hools. Several days ago nine applicants for teaehi r's c c-riiticat. s look toe examin ation nailer Supei intetidont Fulton. ! Five of the nine passed with creditable (marks. They are J! ises Antoinett.- N'onis. Emma Kester. Alice I Forest. Helen .M. Stuart and Liilio '. Boering. i Miss Nori is will teach at Mesa. Miss I Peering at Buckeye. Miss Forest at IV j oria. Miss Ki stor at Seottsuale. while Miss Stuart has not been placed, but will probably get the I'.roadway school. There are several ther new lead.-. r, among whom are Miss Besr.te Sharkey, who has been plain! at Alma. Mi-s Stella Chapman, who will teach at the Ruial district, tilling the place intend ed originally for Mr. W. A. Coy, for merly of the Phoenix grammar school. Mr. Coy has gone into business in Ohi-j and will not 'return to Arizona. Miss Anna Stuart, formerly of the local schools, will teach at Kvrene. II. O. (riswold is t lie new principal at Alma ami there are two other new teachers the re. -o- MOEE ABOUT SIGN BOARDS Southwest Miner's Association Takes Up the Work. From time to time as harrowing tubs of men lost on the desert are reported, the newspapers have agitated the question of the necessity of the erec tion of sign boards onel the desert to i7 rect prospectors an.i travelers to wells, water holes and stations. At one time or another the boards of supervisors in some of ihe Ariz na counties have madt snme efforts to supply this need. but never to any great extent, and the sign boards form erly erected have in some instances fallen or been torn down for kindling by travelers. The Southwest Miners' Assosciutio.i. with headquarters at Los Angeles, ha.? now taken up the work of getting prop er signs put up on the desert and adopted the following memorial, to b sent to the boards of supervisors in th" several counties in the slates and ter ritoiies embraced in the work of the association: "Whereas. The mineral wealth of our desert counties is one of our gr.atest resources, if not the very greatest, the development of which will be worth millions to the merchants and dealers in mining machinery and supplies in the towns and cities of the southwest, aside from the profits to accrue to our miners, in the discovery and exploits tation of the mines therein, end the ad ditional wealth thereby created and put into current us? in our midst, and, "Whereas, The work of exploring th.' desert country is greatly retarded, an I rendered perilous, by reason of the fact that not a sign or indication marks the roads and watering places, from one end of the desprt to ihe other. Therefore, be it Resolved. That we, the board of directors of the Southwest Miners' Association, in view of the vast Interests involved, hereby momor alize the boards of supervisors, respec tively, of the several countii s In the states and territories embra -ed in the work of this association in this be! a'f. and we do hereby urge upon your hon orable body that immediate action be taken in the erecting of sign boards at the points of divergence and crossing of all trails and roads on the desert, giving distances to and the location of water, and to the camps and towns, all of which can be done at a compara tively small expense. "This will result in the saving of life, and the rapi 1 development of th,. vast mineral treasures of the desert. The Woi-K does not stop at the erection of signs but the sinking of wells at suit able points." The memorial has been sent to the boards of supervisors of Los Angeles, San Hi ego, San Bernardino. Riverside, (Kern and Inyo counties of California. and Lincoln and Nye (utilities of Ne vada. The association di sires to know to what extent this work is needed in Arizona and requests miners, prospec tors and all others int.-ri steil to corre spond with lh S'crelaiy. Gcorg- N. Nolan, of Los Angeles, regarding the 'natter and slating, if possible, wa- re boards and wells are n'.-jl-il and giv ing pcirii? win re water may be f .and. At a meeting of til? Maricopa county prohibi'.ion central committee, called for the purpose of setting date of coun ty convention, it was resolved that meeting should be h Id Scpremhr It!, at 7 p. m.. at Dorris hall. The appoint ment of delegates from the different precincts is as follows: Phoenix. 20; Mesa, 6; Tenipe, 8; Buckeye, Glen dale, 8, and all other precincts 1 each. It'very one in sympathy with the prin ciples of this party are earnestly asked to attend this convention. S. S. GREEN, Chairman. NEEDS NEW BOOKS Legislature Will Be Asked to Improve Territorial Library. The territorial library is i:i a transi tory state at the present time, but with it! a few days will be settled in its new iuarters at the eapttol. It will be lo cated in the room in the southeast cor ner of the second Hour. The room is excellently lighted and in fact fitted ideally for the lihrary. Secretary Akers i:. planning to put the library in a bot-t--r condition. lie will have the hooks catalogued iti a manner that willgivat ly diminish ilie thn- r--i 'ir -d in keeping : hem in ui-der. lie is also planning In si-cti re a u a ppr .pria : iun for additions of many volum, s v. bi.-b are ic-e.l.-.l to complete svts. and will asl. the next leg islature to provide abotll Sl.tt'-l , .-I.limi for that plll'pos . lie sas :,ia II. 'il ing has been appropriated ;' ir .tic 111.. . i -ry since the 17th assembly, and that several volumes are badly lie, ii d. There is some opposition t ov.a 1 the .: penditure of any money en the territo rial library, lawyers in oth: r p..rts i f the territory claiming th r. I'loc::: attorneys get all the benefits from it. but it is probable that they do not con sider its value to the supreme court, and the att uneys in that tribunal. The gov rr.or will not move to the eapitol for several weeks. When he leaves the city hall, the city council will occupy 'the looms that have been the executive tiiart r.- and Assessor Luke will go in the rooms formerly occupied by the territorial secretary. MISS M'KINLEY WEDS President's Niece Married to Dr. Herman Ludwig. Somerset, Pa.. Sept. 12. This litt!" town is today filled with hundreds of strangers, representing wealth, fashion and high official position, till of whom have come to attend the wedding of Miss McKinley, niece r.f President Mc Kinley, and Dr. Herman Ludwig Baer. which will be solemnized this evening at the summer home of the bride's father. The marriage, though intended to be a quiet home affair, will be at tended by diplomats, cabinet ministers and other persons high in official life, as well as prominent society people of Washington, New York, Cleveland and other cities. Miss Nora Jarvis of New York will be noaid of honor and Lew is Baer, cousin of the groom, will act as best man. The ushers will include William Fairman of Philadelphia. Col onel W. C. Brown of New York. Frank Munsey of New York. Frank Hannan .f Johnstown. R. C. Smith of Philadel phia, and Havid Simpson of New York. Thn ceremony will performed by Mis. Abm r MoKiniey's father, who is a cK rgym.m. The only music will be the singing of Earl 1'lrich. the celebrated buy suprano of New York. The bride will wear a ban, Is. one gown of peau de soie. with it Marie Antoin ette fichu of chiffon and lace. She will wear a Veil of fine white Brussel's net. bordered with a narrow edge of lace. Miss Jarvis. the maid of honor, will be gowned in pink crepe, trimmed with Oluny late, and will wear white mull, having accordion-plaited skirts and waists, with pink sashes, slippers and stockings. -o- COLORED BAPTISTS MEET National Association in Session at Richmond. Va. Richmond.. Va.. Sept. 12. More than 1,000 representative colored n.en and i women from all parts of the country j are attending the twentieth annual ; convention of the National Baptist as sociation, which began a weeks' ses sion here today. The association is the largest organized body of colored Christians in the country, numbering more than all other colored religious bodii s put togethi r. It maintains be tween fifteen and twenty colored mis sionaries in Cuba and Africa, and sup ports two schools with seveial hun dred ctuder.ts. Its publishing house employs sevent y-five men and women and is furnishing Sunday school l'u eralure to more than T.onn negro Bap tist Sunday schools in the south. 1 1 -norts to he presented at the present convention show gratifying progress ! along all lines of the association work. ., I CAMPAIGN IN NEW YORK. Republicans Will Open With Four Meetings September 14. Neve York. S. ;.. 12. The republican national, state and county co-.nmittees are completing an angements for open ing the campaign in this city on Sep fmber 14 with four meetings, to be held at the same hour. A meeting a Cooper I'nion will have as speakers Jacob C. Pchurman, president of Cor nell university, and a member of the first Philippine "commission : former Mayor William L. Strong, and form er representative John C Wise One at Borland's Riding academy will b-- addressed by Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, J. Sloat Fass-elt, and General J. Hatrpten Hoge. The third meeting will be held at One Hundred and Twenty-fifth street and Seventh avenue, and among the speakers will be Postmaster General Charles Emory Smith. Senator De pew and State Senator Nevada N. Stranahan. The fourth will be held at One Hun dred and Eightieth street and Thirl avcr.U". Senator F-.raker, Genera! Stewart L. Woodford and Job E. Hedges will be the speakers. KOSi'O" IS DYING Kansas : id i na k Eat i r ' Rattler srele Him. Ray. : Sprii.gs. !:::!.. S p-. 12. "It- -co." the fan.e.in "si' ike cater," is lying at the point of death in this city f . "in i th-- bite or ;i diamond rattler. l'.os---o , was one of the attractions at the bigi r union la.-t week, t.rcl was drawing im mense crowds till Thursday, when the; snake struck him on the arm, penetrat- ing a. vein. He was immediately put under the care of Dr. DeWitt, of this i city, but has been in a critical condi- I lion i-Vi-r since, and Is oo likely lo recover. Ros.-o stand's at the head uf Ins pro fession as a snake enter. He nut only eats live snakes, but goes barelegged into a den of fifty rattlesnakes, per mits then, to bite him anywhere on the body and hangs them by their fangs onto his arms. He received a consign mem of rattlers every week from Texas, as some die every day, either fro'.r. confinement or bites. It is un derstood the poison Is extracted from these snakes, but as that is replenished every week ur ten days, they must be operate on very frequently. Tt is sup pused a snake had been put in the den which had nut been cared for ur that One men in charge were careless in nut ii-mnvins the poison. I'.osco has become finite familiar to tl ... people of southeast Kansas, and rout invest Missouri, and his big mega-pb.-i..- with the hoarse cry of - Have yoc .:een Itoseo," and "You'll have lo hui.-;.:" has startled thousands of timid women and children. SIBLEY CHALLENGES EMERY. J Franklin, Pa.. Sept. 12 Hon. Jos- f !'"" O. Sibley today forwarded to his opponent for congress in the Twenty- seventh district, Hon. Lewis Emery, Jr.. a formal chalb nge to meet him :n a fc-i ios of joint debates on the po litical questions of the day. Mr. Sib h y suggests that five debates be hel l In Warren. Venango and McKean counties and two in Cameron, begin ning on S. ptember ID. and continuing each date thereafter until aHer all the debates have be-n ma le. Mr. Sibley rnggrsts also that each have the priv ilege .: f lntf rrogailng the other and analyzing the others' position thor oughly. EMERGENCY RATION TEST. Army (Hlicers Detailed for Additional Experiments in Oklahoma. Washington. Sept. 12. Two officers of the I'nited States army. Captain Foun tain of the Eighth cavalry, and- Captain Foster of the Fifth cavalry, will leave Washington for New York tomorrow to make final arrangements for a supply of "emergency rations." About a year ago a board of eitlieers. consisting of Colonel Dempsey an I Captains Fountain and Foster, was convened for the purpose of inquiring into and deciding upon a ration for en listed men which can be used in an emergency. Manufacturers of fool products were invited to submit samples of concentrated .foods which could be used for such purpose. All samples submitted were subjected 10 rigid tests. The desideratum aimed at was in brief a minimum of space com bined with a maximum of sustaining dualities. After months of experiment it was finally decided that a prepara tion of parched wheat combined with a certain proportion of animal food woal.l sustain life best with the leat possible loss of weight and energy. To this combination was added a cake cf sweetened chocolate, and the whole ra tion, sufficient for one day, was inelos. d in :i hernieticallv sealed receptacle. The officers of th" board tested the value of the ration by livii:g upon it thetr.s.-ivi s for several consecutive da ys. THE PLACU'E RAO INC.. Simla. Sept. 12. The pi igue is acain raging. Thousands of death; occurred in India last week. SWINhLEUS LACK IDEAS Coupon Canv and the Matrimonial Agency arc Favorite Traps Now. If ii be true tliat there is nothing new Uiiiier the sun. it is not the fault of the hosts of men a .id women wh i make their living by the exercise of their wits and the lack of exercise of wits of . t'ner people. Devoting their talent to the invention and contrivance of swin dling devices, they succeed at last in proving that the ancients had many of these, for they produce with wood rful ease schemes that are n.w to the Chi cago police and to those cf other oili.s. And when tin y find a scheme that can be work d successfully it becomes for the nonce the "fad" of their kind, and is use. by many in States as widely di vergent as Maine and Calif- r.iia. A pr Sent there is a sor.iewha: slack time among the swindlers in the big citi- s. Confidence men have gone west with the fakirs. Those who hav- been left behind, how. v- r. are keeping the imlice httsy with variations of the "cou pon" swindle. Where -his originated, or in what form It was first usid. does no: appear. In the main it is worked iti this way: A concern advertises to give s me val uable concessions or merchandise fi r a I', w cents ir even for nothing and publishes the a lv.-rtisemr nt wid. ly. A person looking for something for noth ing soon thing which is hard to find is sent a letter in reply inclosing a number of coupons In a book some-tin:..-: three, sometimes as high as ten. He is to pay. perhaps, live cents for the coup ms. Each of these he is to sell to n friend for, say, HO cents, and when he has s.-nl all three an l sent the money lo the firYh, h- receives the goods. The latbr are usually of such a sort that ! profit of several hundred per cent, is made from th- m. The coup ns which are sold by the first purchaser entitl s each of his friends to another book of coupons, which t'r.ey can sell in similar manner, thus getting their own money hack and another package of goods. In the end, the proprietors, when l h. y have Sen! out a sufficient number . f coupons, and returns begin to slack up, disappear without r .-deeming outstand ing liabilities. This swindle bobbed f.n in Chicago not loan aji as a meii;-id of buying stret t c ar ticket.-. .-V concern adver tised to r -11 street car tickets on any bite a: the rat- ..f about $:5 worth for r.e cents. Tt was ie rte by coupons, fm r.i. il:;i! !y r:r.c otic else got onto the w-i tii" and start d in the business, ci'..; in a few weeks there were many of the chains formed. Th-n complaint was ina-:e M the police, and on inves tigation l,y det-ctivos sen: out by ('apt. Cell- ran the concerns were shut down. Dr. veil out of the ticket business, how ever, th.-y did not abandon their plan, but began working ia other fields. They substituted glovis for lick ts, and offered articles worth $l..o for about a nickel. DeUctives Early and Thompson have been assigned to this form of swindle, and spend the greater p-111 of lll.il- Hill. lelleliU' on: flic ihe many T .rius in v. iiicii i: is found. The ma t rinionial agency sw indle is as old as ih-. . Id.-st, hut has bobbed up anew lately villi great vigor. Adver tisements, insetted in papers ail over the country, call attention to the state ment that a young woman with a big fortune is looking for a nice, agreeable husband. The young men who want to try for the job write to an address in. New York, or St. L -uis. or Chicago the com-ern seeir.s to have several of fices anl gets a reply asking for 20 cents in reply to pay postage on a de scription of the- da nis d and a chance at the lottery for her hand. When he has anted the amount he is again asked to contribute for meinborsltip in the ma I ri in. i ii ia I club wlii- li is exploiting Ihe damsel. And when be his done this he finds Ibat s toe on-- else has captured ihe maiden and left him noth ing but I In- soil.' The device is tin oil one, but it is per nnial and just now is being worked hard. "I don't believe I ev- r saw swindlers harder up for schemes.' said ('apt. Col leran. Chief of Chicago's detective force, when ask d what new games the sharpers are playing on th.- unsuspec ting public. "Th. re sems to be a dearth of ability to devise swindles, and they are all sticking to two or three old game. That coupon swindle which is bi ing worked to death, is the on r asonably new thing they have got. They ought to know by this time that 'I is simply nuts to us to run down an r-ol game like iha'.." Chicago Tribune. o LDC3L BREVITIES. II. C. Morrow & Co. has placed a fine Estey organ in the chapel at the Indian ; school. I I You can rent your tent for the i camp meeting at Dorris Bros'. j E. A. SpauIdliiK aells rfc! ett. Of- ! -ice No. 41 fffi! Aduni itiMt ! Sheet music two sheets for 5 cents j at Phoenix Piano and Music Co. Carcta of thanks, notices pertaining to organizations and societies, church fairs or socials, will not lie printed in The Republican except when paid for. ! HERE AGAIN. Paul Morgan, the expert Piano tuner, is again in Phoenix. Those wanting their pianos tuned or repaired for the ftiil and winter may leave orders at either of the music stores in Phoenix. FOR OYER TY YEARS Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething. It j Eoothes the child, softens the gums, al- j lays all pain, cures wind colic and is j the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twen- I ty-five ctr. ;s a bottle 1 NOW OPEN. The Leland, Adams street between Center and First streets. Nicfly furnished rooms by the j day, week or month. Transients a? commoda ted. j$tfi '.V-sSASt& k- C. b irrc It i.s very ifii;or!:int to know who carries the finest lino of POCKET BOOKS and CARD CASES You will have more money to put into your jmcket hooic if you lmy of us. ELVEY & HULETT, THE LIVE DRUGGISTS. I '3 Days More THE REMOVAL SALE CONTINUES AT ' DOBRIS BROS. Great Offerings in Furniture DORRIS BROS., House Furnishers. 11; to 22 KASV WASHINGTON T., I'liee j i , A riora. Received Daily Fresh and Crisp. WHITE PLUME CELERY. HEAD LETTUCE. STRING BEANS. WAX BEANS. FANCY' TOMATOES. CUCUMBERS. RIPE APPLES. FANCY' LEMONS, Juicy Kind.' ' JEROME PEACHES. "The Bit CRABMlacBRIDE PRODUCE CO.'S Tel. S2SO. 12 North Center St o 1 i Washing Becomes WHEN YOU ARE Wyeth WMte SOLD D. H. BURTIS', 31-33 E. Washington Street ilOAr.AXTF.EI) TO Bi: THE EKST N TH K MARKET. ONLY. 87.00. CALL AM) LOOK AT TH KM BEFORE lit'YLN'G. 11 a - a r- f -v i x r- Ki til A CAR A s s ill irl fi! A i 4 I JUST RECEIVED To be sold at Summer prices to make room for our Fall Pur chases, see our Display of 30c, : to 50c. -Matting at 25c per yard. This week only. RIC1IM0NDDAYLUESELY CO. 21-23 ELLINGSON ELOCK i ill LADIES' TAILOR-MADE SUITS if. t I y I ii m m rx. NJ H. G. FEt KINGS, Merchant Tailor, Peeple are never so happy py as tluy imagine tii-.-y are .: unnap- The more shif.iess a person the g'eator the calamity it p-.-nt.i to him to fail to see a circus. I HIS FAIL! Ni '.. "Your husband tried to commit sui cide, did he?" asked th- d ictor who had 1 1 b-en hastily summoned. i "Yes, sir." replied the weeping wo- : man. "Ma le the attempt with a razor?" "Yes." "Well, madam, he ha- failed. He will ; pull through all right." j "lh. 1 suppose he will," sobbed the wife. "Poor John is so sa awkward." 1 Chicago Tribune. A FOOLISH AD.MISSK !N. j i "Pa, that mean of demist asked me I 'f he wuz n-'nuriia' me." jj "Well, sonny, that was kind of him." j "Yes. pa. but when 1 told him 'no' he i - teiok some bigger nippers an' most OA-.--"- $5.00 to $10.00 For a Set of Teeth HERE IS MY MODERN PRICE LIST: Gold Crowns, - - $5.00 I Silver Filling, 50c and up Gold Filling, -$ J. 50 and op I Kstracting, - - - 50c R. E. h'OLBROGK, Dcntist. Rooms 2, 4, 6, over Postoffice, PHOENIX, ARIZONA. Electric fan service in every room. a Positive Pleasure U3INQ ONE OF THE Cedar Washers ONLY BY LOAD OF Made to Your Measure from $18.00 up. There is no need of paying an enormous price for your TAILOR-MADE SUITS. We will take your measure and guaran tee you a perfect fit. You take no risk. A large assortment of patterns to select from. We invite you to call and see our samples. 39 North F.rst Ave. The human mind is a gem. but it is :Mry often inspired by the setting. Sptaking of problems, an Atchison woman has two, and they are over "3 years old each. 5arul 7 e. Washington St pulled j Press. head off." Detroit Free THE SAME FEELINO. j Clark I wonder how a man feels I when he finds himself hopelessly bank ' nipt. j Oicrk Say, didn't your wife ever in 1 sisi upon having the dressmaker in to j make In-r fall c lothes right after get 1 ting home from the seashore? Life. j OFF THE TRACK means great dis ; a-ster when applied to a fast express train. It is just as bad when it refers . to disordered biood or deranged stoni- acli. Hood's Sarsaparilla puts the i wheels back on the track by curins the troubles. Indigestion nausea are cured by i Hood's Tills. N.