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'.THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: THURSDAY MORNING, SKPTEMl.ETf 13, 1900.
MbibMbMbMbMbM)MbMb(bMbMbMbMbMbMbMb(b0 THE INDEPENDENCE Land LATEST FROM JEROME W. Hull and the Town Council May Compromise. Jerrnr.o, Ariz., Sept. 11. fSpr-cial cor respondence of the liepublk-an.) Too city council will me t tonight in the town hall for the transaction of b'.ist-nr.-t- The papers in -the compromise case of O. W. Hull and the town will b.- ,--ij,'ned at the movtinp:. A further compromise m iy be rfi'eeti -1 reuard iriK th" corporation of -jhc tnvn in th-l-ear future. I-:. T). Tread well was out at the I'rookshiiv mine yeslv rday ami reports th- new strike in that property look ing ffond. The ori- still exists as the shaft is sunk deeper. The 'Brookshire Kroup is a valuable piece of properly. A. O. Ford took a trip . ut to his s Id claims in the Mineral Point district y st.'rday and brought back a sample of the ore. He is a persistent prosp ct or and says he will find a mine of value before he leaves this section. The del- gates to the territorial eon v. ntion in Phoenix have today. If lluy art badly and get arrested down tin re they will not surprise their r me friends. This delegation will go solid for Wilson f r (Vingr ss. Kev. !en. Smith left for I. -is Ange lrs y sterday afternoon to attend Hie Methodist conference. Sehool commenced yesterday with lot) l -.-s pupils' 'than attended on the first ciay of the last school term. The teachers cann t account for the failing of' of th ? attendance. There nra as ir ny children hero at present as ther v.. re then. There were only four Alex-i-r.-iii children In the school, where th- r should have been fifty. The marshal will round up the parents and sh- why the children do not attend. The com-pvlsorj- school law Is a good law and will be entorci d in one town In Ariz ona and that is Jer- me. August Humbert spent Sunday on the Yerde river among his rancher 1 friends. He takes a gnat mt-rest in scho..l affairs, and Is a general good rltt- n. Airs. Neil Fullerton, moiher of Airs. John Wade, who has been in Jerome on a visit for the pasit four months, left yesterday for her home In L s Ang' -les. Tin-re was a little lire alarm in town yesterday afternoon, but no damage was done. The people here are g. t ling pretty careful of c mbustibh s li was two years ago today that the town was wiped off the map by a ! 11 inning blaze. Aliss Katie Riley was granted a fir-t 1 grade diploma on the fifth of this m nth bv th - territorial board. She '. :iss -l a very creditable examination. I The steam laundry is about r-.adv to 1 star- tin nzain. 1 Dr. Hart was called nut to the Iron ! King mine this morning to see a fever J patient. He is a pretty busy man and v,-hen calls crime fr un the rouiitry lie has tn start at daylight to get out and back in time for his town business. Your correspond, nt t ok a trip out -t Fnitii mining pros;n cts n-ur Vt'ai.ittt Spring this morning. There are a num ber of promising claims in that vi in" t.v. The 11 -w buichi r wagon Tovrea & Tay have just rec ivod from the fac tory h a fine one. The bed is white, th- wheels green and the tongue is Ii!. - .1 barber pule. 11. !. AT- DONA I.I). A LONO-TIMK VOTT'It John F. Rawlings. or Cliaion. 111., cast his fust vote for Henry Clay and Buckeye OF 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 land is fertile. His water 1 supply for irrigation is ample and permanent. The BUCKEYE COUNTRY is the delight of the Farmer and Cattleman. We 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 PAKTICULAUS CALL ON Oil ADDRESS Land ana CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000 26 South Second Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona. I. G Wasson, Pres't., M. W. Messinger, Vice J. Ernest Walker, Secretary. voted sine? for ail the whig pivsio n t!l candidates until the . i7aniz:t-.!-!i of the republican party in Is.'.fi; h,. Lh. n votnl for free spe--cit. fr- e s ii and I'le ti'oiu. tin- pa.'hfliid- r. F-nn- thai time ii r- hes r:- ver failed to v lie fo.- t !--- rf -publican n iniinces. and if l-.e liv. s till November he w ill vwte f :r .MelC'liiey, ranking the ttnicjue r-tord -f if )-r. -dential votes. He uses neither tobac co nor liquor, and for (it ars has be. n 1 m niber f the Meth. disi chtifch. ,r-j was; b :rn in Kentucky in ISO'S; moved to Illinois in 1S27. s tiling on a farm near Springfield. III., where he lived ootil lM:t. v.h.n he nt.ivel to Pete:-s-: ijnty. If- ii- he ! 'iiained T! years, i.eivito, - e Mel. an ( ounty in lS.'itt.t the farm he still own.-, ii ar P.cllrflew- i i-r. He retin.l from farm life in ixriti. 11, l roil N.-ws. NEWS OF PRESCCTT Two More Small "Fires Alarm the People. Pl Scott. A i iz. Si . 11. (Special TIepubli. an.) otr it s v.rnt :o coi .- spo-iu!' nt Ouile a nunii of the r i f Pre: Phoenix to a : t eti 1 he terriwn i:ii den: aninng h .01 w (. crat n- cou i titi noticed Pi-. Pavis. Jack l.twl T. t :-.-.! Ir. Davis, jack I.iwl, r. 'I Norris. .!. 1'. 1 1, 1 n.ii.o. an I many il-e ei .-. !:!. Sliur.n.ue and J. P. Ilillon y,-s-:i 1 :;.y sta.ri ! on: 0:1 a hinting pin to be go'ie ten days. They In t g 1 a shot or two at d, r. on. I ii rhaps bring home a vei'.i.-on dinner for tlnir neigh bors. A small biai'.e was started vest at th 1'. ( ". Wilder r-si !. :;-, b spark fr 1111 the p-emping plan; near 1 , I.,- !' bit: 1 l-.e (i 1 was i-vt ingai. bed b- f,r ii ba 1 gaiftd ley it aTw.iy. Another ii cil : r.i lite wa '. di-'-ov r ,1 y---, roj am :tg ti-, ;i ;s an I wood in the sh d odj, ining W'o i.-t. rs st ire. .-i 1 : : 1 might l.av , n. i e.ej u ,(. ,-:im.lI;,. ,;!.i ;t n smile. 1 wry s m a f t- r it . rted. Tile i bed is at laclled to rot h. was : lh Ma: :"ir -ly -Dice r tile fi. -i r been iir-l -ll ei H i n ofliet -. and is l. ick r-f V.. P.. Coig-'s otlice. .w would have gone up had gaire 1! the slight. -1 headway uii'.iiscov rr 1 f i- a few mi-i- lues long.:-. T'a origin of the thi.-.v-!r-' 1 1 otlagra t i.n is :t mysi.-ry, a-; I tin re was n ne edful fir f any pu -.pose wii.f. ver 0.1 the pr. mis s at that I time. i The infant chi: ; of Air. and Mrs. S. ' '-"K-m is lying r ing.-i aiisiy ill f brain f ver. an! yi -i' r-oiy and today :i;Jif W:I al'n -' d-spair- 1 of. The W i im n circle : : lay receiv il '' rh, -k for the amo-. nt of life i-i ur- an- rarri -d liy the late wife of p. AT. j I- icher. mad;- payable 11 her son Pay- , mon 1. as bi ti ticiarv. Th- latti r '-nw in sch ol in California. Th" circle j will call a sn -rial meeting on Thursd iv , vi ning of this we k to tak,, t ion oil the disposition or pr s. nta.i-n of tl.;.-- ! yn.uit " f- cacn way. They ar cross mon; y. j cutting new to ii teruiin - th i xier.t of Air. Charles peter?, son of Rank Tel- j 1 '"' '''.' body. There are n -w larg 1r 1 r Peters, has gone to Calif irnia to . o- . i.onct utrating ore in sight v.iih tir Stanford Pniversity for the- ensn- 1 se,m.- high gride . r . A tun ltd is ale 1 ing term. j I" icg p. 'shed ah -ad wi h two shifts Air. R. IX. I' Ionian lis r. reived th ' j v. hirh s-ill cross-cut the ledge al It't'i appeintm. nt as 11 g. i-.t for tie- r e.-lv.r i f --t and about ':"- ff-t deep, .r the Jran I Canyoi raiii ..i-i. K. I!. Gihi county sh ul I bid! i a wagoii Cage. ! read to entice; with the Rav Compa- 1 The Or o s .Id 1. pai ::.! M lite (1 k I 'ill-is- o 1 i i -a rii t h . in th, just I u O I'l elillV nr. va ol . 1. 1 to-h n : t.- a 1 M :i nit-1. Th 'i! I pr. .In, 1 v d t. !(:. I lie In ad Monte 1 w. II rt.- : 1 I:.: 111 n 1iroic.11.1ut. tn-- c untry. Til w ell known '.in at rica I man. L. M. Cr;iwfori.l, has taken a five-years,' THE Canai Co. It use i n P.tke's i . ; is i a le ( If- r: ( let. is;, m x A stride of rieh ure shir.- niiiie. r. ar .J, -r e c i ntly m i Ik ie.g a if ii:-- r-.iooin v I'.l per prepi rly li, s li t we, l-Iiiua tor in i ii . :i ltd J-o has ft- ated an xei . ( irrles here. h ,u?e to in th l'.r. k- ! i -, htis le n : e- j tkro.-f -.t 1 -K-. :il. coiqii-.-. The l the I'a in i i -'. j nc.e. Til fii'ike j m m mining j -o- M Ii ; II TY K'CH MAX A writer Ol'tl.) ik (.- srrioe: k (".- s. rid,- he .. i n a N nei I- k v.iih an o!-l farmer ni l village, i i i i 1 1 i l -; !-:;i liieli in i h. m. :t i i I it :i- i 'i ittid"r i-rit icis'oi. It! man of th, village 1 mail of mean;'.'" lint hiiod Sp aking sail".: 'II i me if a is a "Well, sir.' the farmer :p:i,d. -he1 I'ttm't get mtfeh money, but he is ' . 1 : : - i 1 rich." "11 hs a gi-.at deal of Ian I. then?" I ask. d. j "No. sir. lie hasn't got nifch land. I cither, but he is mighty rieh." The oil farmer, wi h a idea.-' d smiie. 00- i j-. : v d my in:!, d b.ok a 100111 -nt ;md thin explained: "You se . he h:t m'i got mm h mot. y. and h - h isn't g . much In!:1.!, but la is 1 icii. because h -i-.-vi'i- wi nt to b. 'i o iog tiny man a , ri nt in all his life. If - liv. s :ls Wcll as ! he wjin'is t 1 liv . and l e p ivs :r- It - , goes. He t', i .-n't o- n::ythi.!g and be j isn't aii.ii ! ef anybody: he i lls i-Vi-ry n- in :ln trill Ii iiud d -es his iluly by h'mseif. Iii family an! his nr iij'. !-;-: his word is as gee.l as- hi.; bond, iitel vi ry man. woman an-1 child in th-- i town !: ks t'i in him an 1 re-p -c:s him. N11, sir. he hasn't g t mueli land, 'out 1: 's a mighty rich . ma n. b. - ause he's ' got ail be wans." LYOKS CAXYGN ! Epitome of Minicg Sews frcm a Gi!a ' Uounty Listrict. j Po ports fro ens mining -i ii-g. Mr. T. i have jus; op. of Stllphid" ., ( , lit rouper iron, which p: .. liing wh, n de 1 1 0 (- ii-1 mpl. 1: ast ti a fl ft ir.d prosper- . -riet a: v. ry 1 no ,urag c i!!i;is ami his partn-r up a f. i:r-f ot streak -arr Ir.g about It' per i-'. tiii. ".it .7) p. r cent. mi.-'- s to be quite a g .1 mi is ;;i,ai:;. d. The d ic- sinking' a sl'.ift at do, p on this ore, which. at that 1. Teh will 1 e as fine a e'i -w-iog :i.-. there is in th - district. lb- has a group of th-ri'en ciaiins lyi ig -'ngeih-t v an,i a.lj ini'ig- til - greup own-'d by child r- M Part- rs -i. Til- re -. iil lie oii'ie an ;un Hint . f ore si ii-p. ii from this district in a short t'me --!" u iiieh will dr w en Oiobe fir is and V- a shipping print for all c r1 At Collins camp ther w.a-king ft a : in -th - are two shifts j shaf., which is - ot.i 00.11 i.iiti- i.ioinim n l-O'i I'-ei . i im ny in it. king .1 n ..I,: 1 t f -r t !-., pr i.e,o-ts of .his camp. (!ie:i pr...nii-t s to I o C-le of ll. I l s- i'l (' , ney. J. Al -Naugiiion i 1; .!.-;. this niorn i,:g to po t . work 0-1 lii- claims in this disirie;, -. lii jo h-. has s in,- v,-rv fine i-i'it. He ins a str, ak of e-ibalii" oi 011 the l onging wall of a tw- nty f.1.11 ledge which assays jl per cent copin 1 the - Pres't. at a t., I'hild pth ef 25 fee;. :. & Fio.id will oo.niricr.ce v.'crk en t.. iv rlai-rs in f -w days, whe a itdjoin tin- Cole an-l 1 o.'.win )?r -t:;. )v. Fox and IT :uy Tiiomp.-on err iiivt loping some line locking cliiiins a! s i adjoining the Cole and CTooHvio grot: p. This is a slate district, the formation ieir.g verr regular, and with but very i little c pp.: r. showing on the surlaee, j but la:-ge gesi-n outcrops prove to be j line s'.ti-d'ti.'.es on tl. vebeiment. fll be I Times. a sn".x. I. an lloid You n-ver ".ny th new g-.trst's daughti r. yet you insist ti.at sin- is a pretty girl. Clerk 1 (1 . I -tn -lloi'd II. .w d y hi know? Cieilt Her mother took me into her room today to measure the windows for in it ( in tains, and I c uiiite-l nine miiTot s scat tei-ed amun 1. Pet.-oit Fr,c 1 'toss. PHQEN1X SHORT LINE! t- m a. Ill I J. li . 7.II0- Hi II Ti SO; 1 liO Lv. 4.IH ... f lie Kt . i:-mpe H!-etr No. ." fn-'iglit 11ml l-'rei'lil i;n,i l'ass. Pr.iiy ir 1 liil.td.m e:.Vl a.m .. j I 5:::.") tt.n .. f r:i:iia.m .. f ..: 1.111 ..if -fllt.U.lii . I 4 :'-." a. ;u 1 '.1 1 1 . 1. Kip.1.1 7:01 pan f 7:1.. pan f 7::;tMi.m f 7:lt!pa . ... J'lMK-lllX. Temjie. . l-eterseu. Kyrene. .Alicia. . J-ncrttuii .. . . Mitrieop . . f 7:...i p.iu 1 S:l"p.m I SOUTHERN PACIFIC I.ast Bo, it'ii Krom Esst Wuil.t-iStiv. Sunset I iniiteil Wed. A ..at. ! "7: Jo pan ia:l..p.m 4:4 a.m Hl'.i a. 111 Sinn a.m !l:-ll a. 111 . . . Maricopa . . ..'l ues ill . . .liem.ng ... Ill I hhi .San P ntoiiio... . . . lie ii-ton . . . . ..Nev. (irlehtiis. ....t-t bonis . . . . C iieao .' . . . .(til l' i 11 Hit ti . . .. . .i.tlallta . .V tshilifrtfill . . ....ev York... . . . Huston. . . 1 : ii a.m &:'ei h.:h 10:iL' ,.ic !):!.. ii.m a.i-i :-!-.i pan lute 11. ill 1 li!:-t'i...iu 1 lie )..re h : o a.;u h :::e m .in I.::- p... 1C:.". :n 4;::e ;i.n lll:Hi a.-l I . . ' 1..1.1 I 17::in p.m I 11 :4U a.m ! 7:iU a.m -.!: tr. pan . IO.01; p.m SOUTHERN PACIFIC We.-t bound Jiaily From West J'aily !: Id p.m ::ii a.m rj:oo 111 rj::i H.m S: It a.m U:le a. 111 lv larieopa ar . . . Y tnaa lv ,0t All-eli.-E ..l-'ri sue Jv ilitlua.iD I-'--, p.:., -J:ui p. 111 1 :(" H.11. 5:re p. 111 7:ee ii.ir. ar hati Pram-isco Curl 01 Hit Tram -No. tr-Hiu No. fill. 11. in. 1 cc iinoou with tii T.thero 1'iicit.c -tijunad, leuvio Mariiopa fit Train No. 2 connects wifii rioTitiiern Paeifsi tr;iiu No. 10, ea-ithouiid, leavios 5MarIcop.ini it a. in. Pullman a-,-1 Free Chair Cars bptwecii M ictij aand I'Loenix, ana eit Sinitderu l'riti train-. Connections m Ad, at 1'r.oeLir T7:t.h S F.. t. -A 1". i-t. il. fe l'l-oteotr au.l lori-rt-Ho. s' aie fi.r I'-.ir; ure au i 'dobu l-.-niet Mt & Oh. at r. p. in -I -ily f '1 not! tuj.t 0:1 siar.nl. n. k. masti::;, u. f. porter, IYesident. Cen'l Su:it. 51. O. DICKNELL, GenT Frt. and Tass. Agt. mm 1 f .-r mmr?A& bp. iTW3S &mi I POPULAR WANTS AdTortlfiemenu under this head one-hall cent a ward each Insertion . No adyertUemen t taken for leas than twenLrCve cent. VAXTEI) Solicitor, mi!k. r. ranch c -ck. '.'xtt v:iitres?e;. three huc?. yirls. woman ri.uk. Territorial Kir. phiyiu'eri; Affeuey. Kunms 7 and !. P. O. P.uildiu;r. Phoenix. Ariz.na. WANTICD Position as biiakkeep. r or ' ! l !:. Tweive ye.-irs' experienc.'-. by y.iiuuv iimr inl rn:in. Cm up.ir.-ito lypiurit r. (loud accountant. hmd l -.11111111. I.'. .-I 1. 1' r f i-i-. iii -s. Aii livssa Ito.kkeep.r. this i.:i'u-e. STi:AYL:i-Tu.. -Us. ..p..- dapple. I y.a:s. win- i n; lefi kind hs and li ft Hunt f-i. .: i in: the oth-r. iron kray. mi yi-ar. Ke nun -jiiu' 1 1 Heifer corral and receive reward. AiTIVB MAN. by cpl.thlixhe-l house worth 3.;r,u.l:ii". Dulii.--. hiri:ir hi-lp. Liberal salary :iui expenses ud v.in. 1 lo riKlit party. Address Wil li, nil .). t'hl. Manager. Chestnut S:.. I'hiiao ! Ii 1. 1 . I'a. F'MJ SALI2 Tw. :-iod saddie horsi -s: will I cheap if ran soil ;his st Washington. "N'ANTFD A pla.-i- I.: do second work r.r si-ik r.il ho:..-ewoik. Add;-ss A. M., this ufiice. WANTKl) A furnish-d up-to-date , i Irs,- in, C or S rooms, immedi ately. Kus- Adams. WAN'i'KD IJy yjiir.if man attrndin; school, soiii kind of employment from u:3n to 7 o'clock p. m. Go d character: refLivncis. Address W. V., this office. WAX T V A lively man to sell s.':viiiK niiichtni-s. Call at i; Kast Washins: on Street. l-)Jt JIK.VT At Jeruiip, lirt-priof f tore and basem: n'.. liascm. nt fur-nish-.d conipl, t. fe.- restaur.ur. : first class K-ration, li-.ciuire at '2M No-i-th Fenoiol Avenue. WAXH fv! To ren of forty to li'.i.i rr.ws an-1 Ai sa. A.1-11-.--S .'. riz. an improved ranch ie--tjs. wilh milrh rattle, a i or mar :;ni: Htu-'er, A!,-Mi, 'iVAM'Kli To exchange a g ol horse f .1- ' ri-.-I; work. F. Sparks. 4:54 j North Seventh Avenue. FOR SAKK House in a nice location. Inquire at 420 Tayl u- Strce'. PALMIST U.ads pas;, pre.-er.t. future, ("lives lucky number: toils ah. ,ut bus-in"s.-: locates lost friends: restores IKiac? between -.vi'e and husband: giv,s luck f all. Picture 1.' fiut:-e swiel-ieart- Satisfaction guarant" d. oN North ''enter St., Koom No. ?. LUST - Hat! 'turn to :u7 .and. Flci: D. it is theater, block. R-- Full it K N T rooms. o.'lS Furni.'h' d or unfurnlshe West Monroe Street. Fill; ItKXT-Large 4 room house, with barn and 4 aen s of alfalfa pastur--. Inquire last house 011 tiasl Adams lr yfAVANTKD-At Hot; f ArlK-.na. a ftrst-cl otel Atwonrt. Tem !., lass laundr. ss; also ha mberiraid. fmly those who un- derstaiid their busiiieFS need aiiply. Call at cn?e. WANTKl) A firs: -class porter anJ a bell boy; must di-rss in uniform. Ctll at iretel Atwood, Tempe, Arizona. WANT KB At Hotel Atwood, Teniae, Arizona, a first-el. 1 -s head waiter (whit,), and five waiters; must be used to waiting on first-class refined people. Call with references. AIRS. KLIZA A. KDWAIID... experi enced cud reader, tells past, present and fu'ture: Lad!, s. "Tie; gentlemen, fjf cents. Room 8 Gregory House. FOR RI-INT Four-room cottage, large serein porch, in suburbs, with liorso and buggy, or sevn-i-noiii li-.ui.-o: nice surrounding.". Address 15-ix 22 TWO mat furnished rooms for rent: In it k building: $i per month. Inquire William I.imbruck. otl'i lOast Wush ingiton. 1 1 I'A DtJl'ARTR tS for tourists. Com plete city list furnished houses and rooms for rent; suites for housekeep ing: city and country board. Weirick & Latham, North First Avenue. Information free. WANTKD-Two e nished or p. rtly, Good neighborh. in Calids. Adtlrt s: thtce rooms, fur fur housekeeping, .d : reasonable. No I, aids office. WANTHD Horses for pasture. Inquire 4l' Fast Washington. PHOENIX FOUNDRY Dalltr Hcpalrlrtg, P p fl'llnfl. Ring 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 sole gt nts f or Pabst. Lempsand the San Francisco breweries, Ltd., three the best bn wcries mi earth. 3 h u b a ti a t n U is xt h h ll a M NUFACTlJV?t:RS OF Mining, Milling and Machinery Castings SI RUCTUKAL IRON AND STEEL CC NTft iCTCRS. Seeuud llantl Machiuery Bought ud Sold. PostOffleO Box WANTKD The public to know that J. Krncr.t Walker has the largest list of real estate to select from either to sell or rent, in the valley. If you want tn build he can put you In a building and loan association where mairhly payments about equal to lent vill secure you a home. It. vi 1 pay you to see him before buy ing, building o-- renting-. FHtP, IN.-.rUANOr; a upeclalty. Some exceptional bargains and plenty of stall r in P.tukyye valley. Money always on hand to LOAN 01 good security. Folt JtlCNT -An elegant six-room brick l o Jae on Fjist avenue; '.veil fur nished: tin trie lights; bath, barn, etc. Apply to J. kriie-'t Walker. WANTF.O. A PAUGAIX TAKF.TI. 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. Tills property far sale at a sacrifice ti.j on easy terms. Party going ea t. J. IiTtXHST WAT KFfi. The Ileal Kstate Man Remember the otlice 2G South Sec ond Avenue. Tel. Alain 501. Til 13 XKW lWiMKSTIf rents 75c per week. Supplies for all machines; rcpaieing done. J. S. FistDn, 407 K. "Washing-on St. WANIJID- Every business man In Maricopa county to know that The Republican's job printing plant is the best equipped in all Arkjona and that the prices and stork and stsdea are right. If you want bill heads or let ter heads or printing of any kind call at The Republican office or Bend word for our man to cail on vou. ANY ONI5 desiring to purchase prop erty in Jerome, rr a farm on the Verde tier ;:' Oak crei k, wiil do well to write :o 1"). T). AfcDon.ild, Jerome. FOii SAT.:: Jcwett typewriter in good condition. One of the best ma chines made. Dcib!e keyboard. Will be sold on installments or cheap for cash. Address II.. Republican olfice. Ft 1 1 1 ItKXT Houre to rent; also rooms furnished and unfurnished. D1C N. Fourth Ave. Inquire GRAND CANAL water right for sale. W. K. Jan's, 11 North First avenue. DAVIASON has removed next door to Club stabks. where he will treat his old and n, w customers right. WANTKl) Purchasers for second hand bufT.K-s. wagons, harness, fur niture, show eases an 1 housi hold goods of ali kiln!.-. 5edr, -on sets from $11 up. Plows. h..rse po vers, incu ba'.irs: also 12 h-.ad of work and sad lie h irses. These horses tire Al good horses. Cail ami get my prices In f -vi buying. It. W. Sj W. Spear's seeond- hand star Z-2 Wc.i-t Washington. FOII SAI.K A twelve room lodging house, a bargain. FOi: SAi.K A nent cottage, J7".0; this is cheap. For SALT-: A fine alfalfa ranch with water. AIONKY" to loan, houses built to suit purchaser on monthly payments. HPC.ll A!. CUKIOHTON .t CO., 11U North Center St. Abundance of Water. Tiia linpsrial Land Company oi California. is opening for settle-unit 100. n"") acres to he ir rigated from the Coloiiiilii river iu Sun liii-go Coiiiiiy. GOVBKNMENT LAND Mllijcet to entry. lTospci-l i ve settlers may learu full 1 01 rt ii-11 In 1 s by Htlilivssing or calling 011 E. E. RICE, F. LF.UIITON, Agents No. 30 North 2nd Ave, Phoenix, Ariz .. ':.-!' iitt5-i -t,il i'M and MACHINE WORKS N. P. McCALLLM, Prop. 25 to 33 North Second Street m 1 'M Y'l I . E f i 1 fC V? Machinery of ail kinds Built and Repaired. MACHINERY, SiFFUtS, C.4S1INGS, IK. All hinds of work In the Mechanical Llm ,'IELCZER BROS. OA M PA ION LITERATURE. The repuiili.-an national committee wiil spent: t 'ta.U'JO- this year on cam paign litci satire. 'j.h ditTerenr publi i iiuons now nuiiiher lift y. ainl the list i grou ing i very day, with a probability Unit th. re will be PMI before the print ers Stop. These puhlirat ions vary in size from leaflets of eight pages to paniplcts of thirty-two ami sixty-fcur pagt-s. Kvery issue of the eampaign ia covered by fiom two to a dozen difffr en! publications. The republicans make; no secret of the large quantity of read ing matter they are handling, and heavily laden teams are driving to ami from the building nt al! times of lh day. For t Ire last two weeks from 1. liini.iied i.i i.Mtfi.niiO documents have been shipped out to dilTer.-nt states every t weni y-foui hours. A careful system of lui'iolin;: the literature has !w-eu in stalled, liie snnte as wmil-i he riniloyri in any large wholesale hints..-, ii.ieu ineiits received nr.- ctedited as so much stock, and -tile ii.s for di.-tril uti ill all pass over the superim-oiden 's desk. Tin re are blanks of a pc uh .- form t- aecomniodale the dilVerent kinds of shipments, and everything s run like clock work. NOT A LIT SI'IIPKN'. Tenderfoot Wasn't Ituzt'.aw Rill's dea lii rather sudden .' Alkali li e- Xiiu; he'd been stealing hii.-s-s for a month. Chicago Chronicle. TIL-: OLD STANDRV. A woman tells her troubles to a doc tor almost as liberally as to a pet a her. The nu n siill prefer a policeman. Atchison Giobe. What we need is more unwritten po. nis and mere unsung songs. READ Basis of Strength. Bread ! Good Bread ! In Short Phoenix Bakery Bread Contains everything necessary to sus tain life. It is made of the finest high grade flour, by the most skillful bakers, and In the most perfectly appointed bake shops. Is pure, palatable and wholesome, j. eing light, it can be eaten and digested by Invalide. Plioenix Bakary & Gonfectionery EDWARD EISELE, Prop. Etublished lvsl. Telephone 801. 7 West WhsIi piston Street. Just a Little Scorched. by the big fire; thai's all. It didn't prevent us from opt ning up our new store Monday morning with a full line of merchandise, and we have been do ing business without interruption ever since. Our stock is brand new, not lamaged by fire or water, and -v.e are prepared to fill your orders for: onocKniFS, hat and chain, IIAItDWAP.K, STI'DERAKIT. WAG ONS, JIIN1NG SUPPLIES, DnCGS. POWDKIt, CAPS, FUSR, CT.OCK FUY. r.KDIUNO. AND 1SLANKKTS. P.Alt SUI'PLIKS, TF.NTS, at our usual low prices. Tbe Bashford-Burmister Co., PRESCOTT. Phoenix Restaurant 'ilu. !et nnl rhc'HiioM i-tini; in tho i-ifv. Mfiils -Jit,-. .M.-di tipkfte ?;..V. Mrm til nil hours, c.viln ul courteous -rvu-t- tvnhTl. 'in imiit 'l l).)x'i i.r imn.li.'s Uvn hungry ti ii. f Ipii!; inji ftr m fcoo'i iimt.I U i :k Phoenix Restaurant 23 S. First Avenue, Opposite Court House Plaza. THE CLUB STABLES North Centor street. Handsome Turnouts. Iltirst s boarded by the day, week or month. HENRY OEOKGE, Prop. AT She jfoffmar; The Bowling Alley is Oool. The Beer is from Cold Storage and 1 Anheuser-Busch TZr aAZA v ARCHIE MoOREW, -Mp0 GARDEN CITY RESTAURANT THE OLDEST IK THE) TTT. EnJora the best n'ndtnu: with tra;'- ' men. Buys everyti- riK t spot tua pr.c arid (Ires trie oeet c mini. TI.'CK HiNO & CO. Ti nd 14 Washington Ft., east af Ja eil m h Cn Privt rooms for famlba. Tif.'-M ai . ii.i. n-l w- Choapest place to buy i:a..(5 ad organs Sheet Musi? Etc. ', S. Jenhm.v rcinpix. of Music. 85 W. nasaiugton Bt.. I'hoeuix. Aria. i