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THE AEIZONA REPUBLICAN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2G, 1900.
3 BUY THE GENUINE pes ... KASUFACTCSED BY ... CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO. - NOTE Til E VIM K. LATE GOSSIP GF FOREIGN CAPITALS Lord Fortarlington's dentil a plcturescpae figure lr; ni tr 1 lords ami from Ireland, a le.'! enjoyed in an altogether ee rem u'ts !i u.-'c i f i ! .1 I who tccption.il degree the pood will and retard nf thei tenants on his extensive estate.;. The news of his demi.e tomes us a surprise, for he was still a relative '.y young man. being only a little nv.r f -n-ty. From the obituaries which have ten pun'ished of! him. and whhii have bee-n evidently written on the principal of "de mor tuis nil nisi binum." one would ima gine him to have licen a shinin? light. But he was nothing of tie Kind. In deed, the mental calibre- of thi ; bit; voiefJ, big-bodied and turbulent liish earl wis about the same as cn.it of his father, the fourth earl, who died about , night years ago. This fourth Lord For- I tarllngton was popularly known in London society as "Hippy." a nickname due to the fact that he made his so cial debut in London a hor.: the time the hippopotamus was first sh nvn in the zoological gardens, and that b h the peer and the animal had much in com mon wi'th each other physica'ly. "Hippy" was no; bright, and was famed for his difficulty in rcn-.MTiberiJ'-r either faces cr names. It Is related oil him that on 'mjotin? Queen Victoria at one of the Marlborough heuse gat len j a: those of the jt'ilgaro-Mscedarii in parties, and receiving a most gracious : revolutionary committe r, which makes bow from hrr he advanced, proffered : its headiiuarters at Sofia, and at le.e his hand and most genially remarked: doors of which a large number of mur "I am awfully pleased t see youtlders of prominent politicians and your tace Is perfectly familiar to in-, but for the life or me I can't recollect your name." It is only fair to add that at the time this incident took place "Hippy" had but recently recovered from a severe .Illness that had somewhat impaired his mental faculties. His son. the late earl, had no such excuse for hi 5 lack of in tellectual brilliancy. The now widowed cnunt'ss of Por tarlington was at th? time of her mar riage celebrated f r her bfautj, and still remains a very lovery woman in spite of the fact that she has a son of eighteen un the person of the new earl. She is a daughter of Lord Nigel Kenne dy, who himself was a son of the Mar quis of Aiisa. I may add that the Earl of portar lington is 'the head of the ancient hous es of Darner and Da wson. The Darners hail from Devonshire, whiln the Daw sons are indigenous to Ireland, where one of them collected revenue in the time of King Charles II. The first Da rner of note v.a.i one of Oliver Crom well's commanders of cavalry, an! subsequently acted as the protector's envoy to France to carry on negotia tions with Cardinal Mazartn. After the restoration he betook hlmseif to Ireland fortuWy, and tlier - his family became merged in that of the Dawsons. one of whom, now militarv attache of the F.rit.sa embassy at i'tirii. lias been repen-tedly mentioned in p.'in.t as a suitor for the hand of Mrs. O-den Coe- let, - The proceedings in the bankrupt court in London in connection with the insolvency of thevyoung Duke e r Man chester, who only came 'of age three years ago, furnish the most extra ird inary reading, and suffice to explain why the relatives of the many heiress es whose hand lie has flight in mar riage should have been reluctant to fa vor his suit. Indeed, he absolute reck lessness with which the c'oke seems to have signed acceptances and promisso ry notes le'aels to the conviction that he can at no time have dreamed of ful filling these obligations. In one Instance he gave a promissiry note of $,",000 to a man who gave him no cash, but what was asserted to be J2-,U0U worth of jewelry which, however, when sold only pro-luee 1 $2e0, half of which the duke had to pay away In ex penses to the man who had with diffi culty effeed the sale of the jewels. That is to say the duke got a little over iuo In return for ngatr!ng himself on j'l-ci eu ii.iy ci sum ot j.i.tnui. To an other man, a company promoter, the duke gave promissory not -s to the tune of $.1.1.00'), receiving in return a promise of ?.".0.0OO worth of stock in a sn.Aao.ono comratiy that was to tie floated two weeks Ia,:-:r. Th company has not been floated y. t. but the- promissory notes of the duke remain in existence. A remarkable feature e.r th duke's liabilities Is that none of the well known recognized money lenders, such as Sam Lewis, the late Isaac Gordon, or Jay. would consent to touch his pa per, and that most of it seems to have If You Want ' Good leal go to Tribolet's East Washing ton Street, Op posite the City Hall. Largest Cold Storage Plant in the territory. Skillful cutters, prompt service S. J. Tribolet been discounted by men who insisted on giving him in return trashy Roods of one kind and another, w hit :i he then 1 for whatever they wjuld fetch. In this way they managed tj evade I the usury laws, much in the same way j as the creditors of Prtnee Charles Lich-ten.-teln, who at one moment found I himself in possession of no loss than i ;HiO obsolete locomotive engine", for whieh he could only set the price of aid iron, although he had purchased them by means of promiss-ory notes at the same price a 3 if they ha i been new and up-to-date. These are only a few of scores of I MMllar transactions on the part of the 1 yoitog Duke of Manchester, we ei-re ab Peiute lack of moral sen.-e in pecuniary jmathrs. and readiness to pledge his ilucal name to the extent of hundred-! of thousands of dollars for 'the sake of obtaining a few hundred for his Imme diate necessities. constitutes c.n asun-ar.c- that n fortune that may come to Mm through marriage with any Amer ican or Europitm heiress will be able to withstand sueh insane improvidence and extravagance. It is pleaded in his excuse that the dura! estate.; were terribly embarrass ed and mortgaged up to ith.- very hile when b" entered into possession there of. But it must not be forgotten thai Tie had in the Ti! chess of D -vonshirea irrandm.vtlifr who is both rich and hi dtilge r.t. nd who offered to provide h'm with a ver. handsome allowance if ha would only consent to moderate hi pace in accordance with her by no means prudish or strict views, for she Is devoted to sport and to carls. Hat he would not Ilieten to reason, and now finds himself, through bankruptcy, suspended from bis seat as an heredita ry legislator in the house of lords. King Charles of Roumania has ha .1 a narrow escape from assassination, not at the hands of the anarchists, hut statesmen in it umania nave been just ly laid. Some of the assassins have be; n arretted, and during the course of th? trial now in progress at Bucharest, documentary vide no?, confirmed by the admission! rf the prisoners, has been produced to show that King Charles is under sentenc e of dea.h decreed acrainst him by this precious revolutionary committee at Sofia, the president of which, a man by the name of Pnrasoff, has actually put his name to a written order for the king's murder. On three separate occasions murder ers arrived at Itucharest for the pur pose of putting into execution this san guinary project. Hut on each time something unforeseen happened to cause the king to change his plans, so that the as.-sasir.s were unable to ac complish their object. Moreover, he has been led by the entreaties of his ministers ,to completely abandon his former practice of stroKing anna: the streets of his capital whoilv unattend ed. The object of th? revolutionary com mittee ia do.-iring his death was avow edly to take advantage cf the confu sions resulting throughout the r.aikan? from the crime to initiate a revolution ary rising in Macedonia, and at the same time to punish tho king far his persistent opposition to th? designs r.T the committee In connection with tin. Turkish province, Incidentally, I nay stat that P ince : Ferdinand iiimself is to such legre-e terrorized by the revolutionary commit tee at Folia that he ilc-s net dare to re turn to his capital, but remains skulk ing in Germany. Marquise de Fonte- noy In Washington Post. DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED ny local applications, as they canned reach the diseased portion cf the ear. There is only one way to cure Deafness, and that ia fcy constitutional remedies. Deafness is causeu by the mucous lin ing of the Eustathian Tube. 'When this tube gets, inflamed you have a rum bling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it Is entirely closed Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this, tube n stored ito its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forf'ver; r.ine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, wl.i.-h is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surface s. We wiil sive nt' Hundred Dollars f ir any case of I'.pilfn fs oao-ed by ! catarrh) that canned be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cur,'. Send for circulars, fret' F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggt-ts, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. ARIZONA WEATHER. The weather has bi en cloudy and thieatening. with generous rainfall in the northeast, east and southeast sec tions. A killing frost occurred in Co conino county on the 13th. High winds have generally prevailed, with a max imum velocity cf 2!) miles in Salt Kiv.-r Valley, recorded at the Weather Hu rt an Station. The tetnpeia'ore litis uv. raged ab ait ltormal. CHOPS. The rainfall which o ouried. during the wt ok. in Apache, Graham an l Santa Cruz counties, while it wi l cause a growth of lange grass, will b' of n material benefit to staple crops. It will, however, prepare the soil for fall plowing, a condition that is lacking elsewhere in the Territory. Except ia the foregoing named sections drought conditions still prevail, and the water supply for Irrigation is entirely inade quate for pressing need. In Salt Liver Valley ail firm work is in a backward state, and agricultural pursuits .and its related industries are suffering from the existent unfavorable conelitions. EXTRACTS FItOM C )R RESPOND ENTS.' REMARKS. A PACII E ( 'OI'NTY. Eagar Ground is in splendid condi tion for fall plowing, and soni" litt'e has boon done. On Sept. 21st th r was a light shower. Mrs. ,f s. A. Retleher. St. Johns Early part of we k clear and windy: latter part cloudy with show, rs. Ground in good o'indi:ion for fall plowing, but very little litis been d.nie. Plenty of water and grass. Stock doing well. M. II. Peterson. COCONINO COFNTY. " r.-f. Just before reliving, if your lirer is f h:i.".'::-'. o'.t r.i f.nie and you feel dull. b:iie.i:r, constiputet'., taso a to o: And vcr.T. be a'! r: In the morning'. Flagstaff First part cf week cool, iter part cloudy. Killing frost .n I'.-th forming ice Vi inch. Marwsunp nearly ail r.otie. except p:itat digging TI'!s lvis 1 ni the most unsatisfacti r;. .... ; .. .: .., , t-o.sl ver experience d, many fa ran-r.t no: ic.isir.:; enough f.iddt r to keep st. ck over winter. t'has. ". Moors. Flagstaff Cooler. A iight sprinkling of rain during ni'tht of 2".ri. b it no I benefit to s'o.k. Stockmen buyin water from railroad co:i.pa i.e. Mrs. K. L. Iteltoe'. GILA COUNTY. Ob. ho Owing to the dry condition of the toil no fall plowing has been done. Days continue wa-;n r.nd nights veiy cool. Cattle an- a littl-- improved, but poor prospects for wint-r f-el. .1. F. Gerald. OUAIIAM I'orMTT. Duncc.n A g icd rain on th 21st and 22nd. Ground in fair condition I,ir plowing, and gras ev. ry.vh re. Sioek e'-oing w-.-U. N. pi;i l'..ck-r. MA ItlCOPA COrXTY. Mesa Vs'ater supply too lew for planting late crops, and unless there Is an lncreV.se soon there will be practi cally nu crops put in. Pasture nearly all gene. Dairy stock be ing sold f .r want of ft; d. v.i.ica will gr. ally eiepte e iate the revenues of the farmer. I'ears rir.-ning slowly. C. L. Diehl. It! ver B.itio'ii The pas'! season lias been (iisastrcus to many, th? pre.-efit is, discouraging the future gloomy. onlv salvation wiil be an almniiance o rain and snow (".urir.g the wtnt' Tnminiair.s. It is the only h-.p' r in the f,.r the j r-in-hers and garde ners. Jno. F. Hill., ! A'.hambr.i Th - condition of agricul- j turc in this l.vatity is desperate. There j I is practi.:i!ly no fed f r stock, the. water supply is wholly inadequate to i adntit of fall planting of gra'n and al-j ! c 1 . ..1.. 1 . ....ii.iv T,. .IT-.-, In - flvilir rtin- i i elitien. Ci-.ase t. runu. i i M.sa The inirttt- ed humidity is fa-I j vor..ble to drouglit striek-en vegetattoti. i Fruit trees that have had go 'd care ' ere steadily improving in vitality. ' There is a fair crop of oranges, trees look pretty good. Other fruit almost ;a faiiure p-ars excepted, cf which ' there is a light r..p. Geo. Se'.iorniek. j MOHAVE COFNTY. ! Signal Condition of soil very dry. No sowing done for want of wat r.-O.j Levy. ! PIMA COFNTY. ! Tf.cs-cn M iniinur.i tempi r-tnre. 62; n-axiinum. leO. Total rainfall .'.'J inch.! Fre-slu ts on Pillito Kivtr, and s nie on the Santa Cruz. Cane an 1 corn will make half a croo. Conditions faver-( able f.-r fail grass. Fanners are 'dint-' : inif wheat and barley. M. L. Wounore. ; SANTA CUFS: COCNTY. 1 Calai.asao. Sept. 22 Drovght l;r .ken. : ' Electric storm and laintVll for ifi hoars ' Crovnd well so ik-d. Vegetation will recup rate n w. i't ok safe for "U 1! Wis-. water. Noea es Y i during night i f tat i. n for week tiiund. vi Total pr, s P. A. 21.-1. in . h elpl-Ger- stin. YAVAPAI GOV Columbia High, 'try part of the week h it th condition. Water s. arc- eCT Y. willels range Soil V, latter in bed Lays warn, with c. o! nights. -M. J Nolatl. P.ig I Jug A very dry week but weather threatening. Latter 1'"-'-cloutlv with dght s-ieinkl s of rain. -M. ; V.. V.'herler. i Prese ,:t lle.ii-fa.l ." in. .on the 22nd. ! Highest 1' otpere.ture. S".t lowest. 25. The entire county tin dry for plow ing, an 1 seed crops generally ate fiil- ' ures. eirass short. V.'a i.-r for all pue- po pr. :es source. Apneumiral an a toei sp:c;s bed. V.'a tie :i E. Day, M. D. Yarns '.1 First part of w.o. k was ? warm ait.l piotis;:nt bet fr un th 2 a'a ion stror.g sooth, ast win's eeith olottdv ! weather provailed-iind e'tl in- h of i.iiti ; fe'l! on tloe 22nd. itt.t.i i-i , o !.! f r f ill gio'.vth of gr.t.-s e '. on som of :h oak i re-: I..th. D ami n i r a is dr hi- i' I -Le ul l Wtil- vi'ii: re re. '. ', a:n. It iMfXT;'. d. win ly '. iil ! e ,t il i :' r sto w. ah No Fr.-; Llooitu . k ee I N lee: issue of th' : f r the season of l- Chief of the it Tel gr.-tte,'.-, ac , orr-espon-Vats We: c itiltl. In the n W,a:!o r I 1-tnowle ',: . Who have to nt a i :i i .". . Th h pe i in and pah ? vo-ar s rvio too trsite , I e-n:ertai:o-i j may have t' o that f the 'otr, 11 p t as f invai'J until Wm. G. I'.I'RNS. Section D.rocl. QUESTIONS A N S WERED. Yes August Flower still has the largest sala of any medicine in the civ ilised weirl'l. -Yeear niethcrs ami grand mothers, never thought of u-'inf any thing else for indigestion or Bilious ness. Doctors wore scarce and thi-y seldom be-ard of Ann -n-iioiti. Nervous Prostration or Heart failure, etc. They used August Flower to clean out the system nrt l stop form, ntati, n of n-i e gested f.o.,1. regulate the action of the liver, stimulate the nervous and or ganic action of the s;, stem, and that Is all they to.de wh-n feeling dt.ll and bod wi'tli hoicae-hes and other ,u lies You only nce-d a f w eloses of Green's August Flower, in liquid form, to rnaka you satis'led there Is nothing seriotis the matter with you. For sale by deal ers in all civilized countries HIGH LIGHTS. Weak o i free often nerves a n.ati suf-tio'o-r.'Iy not to tip the wa-:--r. Other people's 11 u tide: .- ilia-:' edu cate us or irak- us rrs co'ieiite'. G .ad luck is sia.-e;.- having th- agil ity to g. ; on a car- going your wav. The oho rful lite is li t' rtainme r.ts: we have all other on to seek it nut ai.ii pay to get it. When we try to blatiie other people f r i-.v.r mistakes we usually get hold of J the wrong person. We like the people who don't put on toi much sty'e and the people who ibp.'l put on too li.tle. i'ollte p: tijde are t'e. 're wnn listm to us while we talk about somethi:i(r they leivt It sell' you lit. no tarth'iy interest .in. is well occasion?. Viy 10 put in the other man's place, :e f, el yoiiisc If too h'z to be a n if ;oo;l KING SOLOMON'S MINES. n'-'a: as to 1 hi ir Diseovery and niehmss. I r.t; : - ra- a story eiuiie on the modern u ends with a note f interrogation. It legir: v. it'.! the EZtnt of Dr. Carl 'e t'rs, tit" Of-rtsan explorer, rummag- ; aoeut m ::n ,ut in ::n cid German cactle a few yeais batk. In this ancient Teti'onie sehless Dr. Peter? came up n a nrj-'y volume, to gether -v.: h a quaint oil map. pub lished ia Franco in 1719 .-.r thereabout. This w..ik and map, ac.er.'ing to one n.f Tie Carl Pe:er3' associates, el. alt vita the doirss of the Portuguese :C0 j years earlier, in thee country bordering j on the Zambesi, and or to for.a: the j k' y to the w her. a'oioits f gold mine s in 1 j li'e h. art of A Trie a. The course of th C j Zmr.fcest was shown on the map rough-:! ly, but a.'cui'fi tely and i n the south jj 1 jr.fc 1,' the river aopeared J!oa:it.;j ' Fein.. Now. e once: nine .Mount Fuva, a ! thirst for science and a thirst for gild i had elrretjy bred in the goad d .ctor I co rtain suspicions. O h'1 SCt to WOT'S, it IS lec.ooeo. Ill ! mBBS2 it:d witn po. ntemory. ana ot uoing capioie ci r-coi- U-ciing niic.uie ootnits ror years aicer wr.rd. Some- of th old writings thus Ivr.ted ui v.er.t l.aek to F-.e sevtnte.nth c ntu: r.nl for two year. was tie t"ail fo'eowed e r-ranicl. r. t'r. s;r,-wn rca'm tip, ,ajB an sdmiiing o-.igh the did and dttst s oi' ce:ituries-old book- lend. The in er.t works were studied, too, rnd at the end o two years, in July, tha Ger-ratt tiMv.ier rromottd in I.or.el .n a comper y the Dr. Call Pet er"' Es-si.s rr l Exploration Coai p. ny. Lhnlt.ti for the purpose of pur chasing fu-oper. i s end lights which I: .td been ne oti.ed by him in southeast - :n and central Africa, and f .r the con duct, by Dr. P i.-is of a well equipped t-v.d catefuiiy Fslectc-i expedition to the ellstrie-t 1".'h,"ie he hoped .0 disc -.Ver ?.I -e.ti:t Furi. and to tes" b's sarrr.is s about that my.'teri.ats locality. The VePe'crs took 1 siiar s in pert pa-ym.-nt. r.nd the exp-'ns-s of this expieliiin a pel sutiictent working capi tal would be provided, si id the prov t.-e tvs. by the is-ue of 2-".0e0 shares. Well, the expedition, with Dr. Pet-rs at i's head, and the clues afforded by ti e eld wt kings and t'r.e old map m c .:-t-,nt i'se. duly di-CoV. red th'j re irr.ta.n of Fura. by the middle of "';'!), and Dr. Peters was. convince! his eee ri-litel hop! s v. ere well f . undi d. Tlie-.ee op r. ve. te uo'hing ir.ore nor 1 s. t' an that Fur.i was tiphir .the Ki'o'ica! 1 "1 of gold. thL. r entree r.T Solom .::'s fnbttlou? ricyrs. Fura, the ge-ti.! doctor cm ;i:dee:, was ti.e n i .ive c e rrt'i'.i : eft tite w, r 1 Aeur. ly which nanie Aralts e.f the six- ' tcenth oertuey kaew ih elis rie. Afar w r tie- S..ba- .en. South Arabian, fo. t i ot" .'.-. - H -l:re.v name Oph'r. As Dr. F t te f'.t'e.erd assuted a reere r "-'l-j if nei'tf's Agency, for ihe i " : reiien ef tit? wor'ul at largo, he . h I tt' Tle rev i f th 't ilie i'ura which hts expedition ha 1 discovered and ex plored in t'". suntrn-er of ISOO was the : Oi l;ir ef th Old T, s'.tttt'-e'.ii the Op'alr , whose ir.ealcu'aloe ve.i"h is rtf rred to in the fiTt rJook of Kings, in both I-to.iks r.' Chr.f.-tce s. in Job, in the l'.-elrrs, and in Tseiah. A chief, the doctor sa'-d. gave him ' valvablc ir fern.aticn rcgar ling the p i-fill.- n of r.re.int ruins and workings, I v.'h'ch a. oaoe ;r. v, "ti-ig ite-d. Going I to the spot ianicated he found anti-nt : tiins of undoubted Semitic type. Fitra itself he found to possess a formation ' of csu.'.rtsitic slate and dtorke. li?tv en whieh goi.l reefs were running. The iar.- i.nt w irltinss Wiich he f 'Uti I were red only surface workings, but tlx re were fih o. he el. c a oil. shaf's and 10 ids ltown into Ihe rot 1-t. How the s'air ho'd s mast bav i tili itated wheti t!:e ie 1.'!'. I'e tt rs ie S It ted to thai, wh-n tit' Ioerue:e! d in a report' the eilretqi", ! e" a-a iveel in ' ! i Catarrh ha? become suc't a common cliseas-e that a rerseiu etiti'elv free front tin ; c:stv.!tt:t e; coTtjic'int is seldom met with, i t i's customary to speal: cf Catarrh notiiiuer rtore senous than a uaa cojci. t-implc it:fi:::t:raation o: !e it'.fie.'.t'.raation ot the rose; an.l throat. It is, in iact, a roir.pbct.led and very utiiitfc ro-as (it-case; if not at first, it vcrv sotiti icimes The bloul is quickly contaminated by tha foul secretions, and the poison through the gene ral circulation is carried to all parts of the system. . Salves, washes and sprays ne unsatis factory ar.d disappointing', ljocaiise they io not reach the seat of lite trouble, ti. ir. S. does. It cleanses the blood cf lite poison ami eliminates i"rc:!H th2 system all catarrhal ; erretioins, ami thus cures thor cuo'ily and j crtnatie::tly the worst cases. TTr. V. TT. MrAPN'cr, cf t.'irrorllurg. K., Teruc'i; ' 1 1 ivle-- t.-.tett a terrible tuiTereir fiuia C'M.irrh. ran: teini: lioev ; v.o'e.l sin. I veil, the oi:e tt n ofte n i at to n. e is, ' V.'lrit c.neei on ?' lann-STt-er I fe ci it tav eluty to st iiethet S'v'ft's Speclt.c i. Tee ineoieinc. I con s -'i a true t-eiiever in tile till, nevel bv.lt I'- Spe-cilic that I c.-M -::--:llv a-.d c.m.-t i -a t i ' e.i 'y rtcoiu-m'-eil it lo nay oi'C stifler- - oii IKilil ealarili. nam r. c.iniiiK'i. lot it to maav, -v . r-i-, alio, Olll Jl liao i ' 't ",ti : -t 1 t-i.e t..-hntii 1 li.ive lllit-OC- r.i to use- i: can l.e.ir nieoi'.t in thest.itement tliet jt v.-id fire .-inv c:e.e of Catarih if tukm accjfd-ie- to e!i:.;tisii. .'' ?Ti, $8 ' 'le only purely veg- ViT C' etable biooil purifier ' n'. 5 known.atid thefrreateFt fk?; .0'.s5i.IV.1 of nil Mood medicines nujS' C)r ami tonics. If roa he.ve Catarrh don't rait until it reeconics deep-seated and chronic, but be f;i:i at once the use of t5. S. P., and send for our book on Mood and skin diseases et 1 write our physicians about your case. THE SWIPT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, 8A. ffel of HtiRfi IS 1Y MODERN PRiCii LIST: Gold Crowns, $5.00 I VJU1U 1 em. i - 4) auu iijj R. E, H0LBR00K, Dentist. Rooms 2. 4, 6, over Pottoffice, PHOENIX, ARIZONA. Electric fan service in every room. California Restaarant, Strictly First-Ciass. Best Meals in the City. Satisfaction GunronteFd in Fvxy Keppect East Africa about the year 1500 the Arabs called the district A fur, and told the Portuguese it was the Ophir of the Old Testament. For a glance at I. Chronicles, Chapter xxix., veise 4. would show them that David gave to overlay the walls of the temple 3,000 talents of the gold of Ophir. and upen the authority of F. W. Madden, M. R. A. S., author of "History of Jewish Coinage." etc., thev would know that j ta'.cr!,t cf &0;(i Was worth t?,000. Here, then, was $18,000,000 wfcrth of gold from Ophir, and the inexhaustible nature of the supply would be apparent when they pursued their Biblical researches to find in I. Kings, chapter ix, verse 23, that there was brought from Ophir to Pnlctron 420 ta'ents of gold, equal to a molem value of 2,520,000. and that, again, in II. Chronicles, chapter viii, versa IS, mention is made cf another dip by Solomon into the Ophir mines to the extent cf 430 talents of gold, or 2,700,000. nut by now cold shivers of doubt may have succeeded to the first warm thrills: for a year has passed since the wonderful discovery was made, and two years sine? the company was f amed, and no millions of pounds, rior hundreds, nor tens, nor even units have yx come the way of the expect ant she.reholdeis. But instcael come unexpected whis pers that what purported to be King Salomon's mines are not works thou scnt's of years old. but just a mere or dinary collection of sand and rock hills. Is it veritably the Land of Ophir, and if so, have Eavid anl Solomon left much gold for the shareholders in Dr. Peters' Estate's and Exploration com pany? London Mail. o Moki Tea Positively Cures Sick Headache, indigestion and constipation A delightful herb drink. Removes all eruptions of the skin, producing a per fect complexion, or money refuneled. 25 cents and 50 cents. Ben L. Bear, wholesale and retail druggist. Phoe nix, Arizona. GAVE HER A REST. Mr. IJorem She nskeel me to sing and insisted upon encore after encore. Miss Pe-pprey Yes, she told me after ward that anything was better than sitting theie and talking to you all ev ening. MPe' -11013 m me cew xeacner. use Acker's English Remedy in any case of rou"is col(ls or croup. Should it fail to give immediate relief money re- funded. 25 cents and 50 cents. Ben L. IIe:.r, wholesale and retail druggist, Phoenix, Arizona. NOTHING STOPS HIM. Ruth Wittington It does men good to he jilted. The rejected one I hardly think so. M. st of them get over it and marry mime one. Miss Withers 1 believes Arthur is afraid to propose to me. liellt: Of course he is and there are i thousands of others just like him. Smart Set. o LOCRL BREVITIES. Cards of thanks, notices pertaining to organizations and societies, church fairs or socials, will not be printed in Th Republican except when paid for. TITLE CONTEST OPEN FOR EV ERYODY. A framed Lxl7 platinum photograph will be given for the most appropriate i title of a picture on display at Mus ! sey's studio, awarded by three judges, ! on October 0, inoo. A. F. MKSSIXGER, Viewist. E. A Hpauloijift r-ui ree NOW OPEN. The Leland, Adams sireet between Center and First streets. Nicely furnished rooms by the lay, week or month. Transients ac commodated. HERE AGAIN. Paul Morgan, the expert Piano tuner, is again in Phoenix. Those wanting their pianos tuned or repaired for the fall anil winter may leave oriers at j either of the music stores In Phoenix. 0.00 at i it? t; ieet! Silver Filling, 50c and up 50c ttv.mij Korth Fie st Ave Opposite Gazelle Office FOR OVER SHIFTY ' TEARS Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used, for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, al lays all pain, cures wind co'.ic and is the best remedy for diarrhoea ' Twenty-five cents a bottle New Mexico Territorial Fair, Albu querque, September 17 to 21. On which account we will sell September 17, IS and 13 round trip tickets good until September 24, at rate of f23.Si). K. W. GILLETT, . General Agent. -TilE- Best Tiling in Sigh! Land Adapted to Alfalfa and Fruif Growing IN SAN DIEGO COTJNlV, OAL. Ratchets and Siockmo'i from ull oer my it is a grand opening-. Many ari no-v lo tttttiiii? vvn re ii.ey fnn !mve all the water needed at a low rate. RICE & LEIGHTON, ACEXT3 FOlt IMPERIAL I.VVI) CO . 30 North Second Ava., Phoenix, Ariz -AT- 51?e -Hoffmar; The Bowling' Alley Is Oool. The Beeria from Cold Stories And is Anheuser-Busch ARCHIE MrCJRifVl', R'lBStkT Mrtti KiSV. THE CLUB STA0LE5 North Cetrtar Stcet. Handsome Turnouts. Horses boarded by the day, week or month. HENRY QEOE3E, Prop. PROFESSION AL ATTORMEYS-AT-IjA" J. H. KIBBEY, A. J. EDWARDS, W. B Kibbey. Kibbey, Edwards & Kibbcy, Lawyers, 19-21 South Center St., Phoenix, Ariz. Ground floor. PENTISTB. DR. JOHIe.' A LENTZ, DENTtdT. ilii admlnletere 1. Room over V-i.ti ffl jn H. J. JESSOP Dentist. .'iKet ?ev buildlng, corner Washinetn o. f"r Ptreets. rooms M l W. G. LEXTZ, Dentist, specialist in Crown and Bi-ide work. Gas admin istered. Office Fleming Block rooms 201, 202, 203, 2C4, 205, 200. PROFESSIONAL NURSE. LENA D. WIIEELAND PROFES sional nurse. 321 Jefferson St., Phoe nix, Arizona. Tel 1-1. NOTICE TO STRANGERS THOSE who are not feeling quite well can find a good comfortable home and a mother's care, with baths, salt water, hot air, vapor, sulphur or any other mineral. 410 North Fifth avenue. Mrs. M. Brown. Mrs. Brown can also stop your cough! MUSIC TEACHER. CASPIO C. BR ANNAN TEACHER of violin and other stringed instru mer.ts. Educated by best European masters; methods the very best. Twenty-two years' experience In teaching. May be S"!:i it Redewiil's Music Store. MUSIC STUDIO. Vendome. 319 West Washington, op posite opera house, a new progressive method for the guitar and mandolin. Nine years experience as a teacher. I give special rates, also special atten tion to new beginners. Would be pleased to receive calls and to display seme of my pupils' work. Shall be de lighted to explain how easy It is to master the instrument all teachers hold as the most difficult the guitar. MRS. LEE M'DANELD. vUHftU KLPOKfh. PHOENIX WHOLESALE PRJCXtJ- BUTTER Ranch, per ft, 15c; Mart, copa creameiy, 24c; Tempe-Mesa Pro duce Co.,"22c; Valley Pride creamery. 22c. EGGS Ranch, $6.50Q7.OO per case. CHEESEl Eastern, full cream, par lb, 17(!T20c; home, 1012c. FRESH FRUITS AND BERRIES. APPLES Belleflowers and fancy red, per box, $1.751.90. LEMONS Fancy, per case, $4.5085. BLACKBERRIES 17c per box. ORANGES Late Valencias, $509 4.75 per case. PEACHES Per box, J1.50l.i0. PEARS Per box, J2.00S2.25. PLUMS Per crate, J1.60L75. PEARS Per box, $1.75Q1.90. DRIED FRUITS. RAISIN S London layer, .J0eS.5; loose, r?r ft, 6Hc; Thomrn aeedlcr 7Sc; Suitcjar 1, 6c APPLES Evaporated raney. PEACHES Fancy, 10c PEACHES Choice, 8Hc PLUMS Pitted, choice, tt. NUTf Walnuts, fany soft ahella, 14c; almonds, paper shell, 15c; soft shell, 14c; hard shells, 8c per ft; pecan. 10c; California, 12c; Alberts. 15: Bm zlls, 14c; plnones, 10c; peanuts, eastern, roasted, 11 12c: raw i10c; home raw, 7teSc; roasted, WAtc; chestnuts. V9 20c per ft. FLOUR Per cwt, local extra roller process, J2.35; graham, tt per cwt; whole wheat flour, $2.20 per eict. CORN MEAL White, W per swt.: yellow, t?. per cwt. BRAN Per ton, 115. POTATOES Early Rose," 1.50LJS . per cwt. j ONIONS S. S., $1.25 per cwt. - ! CABBAGE Northern, $3Q3.50 per i cwt.; in sacks. Crates, extra. I VEGETABLES Beets per cwt, U-; I evaporated chilis per ft, 15c; green ( anions, per dozen bunches, 25c; radishea ' pf r dozen bunches, 25c; tomatoes, per i box, $1.25; carrots, $L50 per cwt.: green chili, 17c per ftj. summer squash, per j box, 75c; cucumbers, 75c per box. BEANS Small white, $4.50 per ewt.; 1 pinks, per cwt., $4; Lima, $5.6005.71, j COFFEES AND SUGARS. I COFFEES Central American. 18d , 20c; Peaberry, 2022c; Mocha and Jara. i 301? 31c; Arbuckle's, $15 per case; Uon ! coffue. $14.50. I SUGARS Granulated cane, per I $7.50; cube, $7.75; powdered, $7.75; $7.00. POULTRY AND GAME. POULTRY Hens, good neary, per ' dozen, $5.00(g5.25; Pekin ducks, lire, per dozen, $5.50&6; spring chickens, live pe I dozen, $44.50. I MEATS, j HAMS Medium, 13c. BACON Breakfast, per ft, 13c I LARD Kettle rendered leaf, 3a, $.44; 5s. ?5.30; 10s, $6.20. LRY SALT PORK Per ft. c HIDES, WOOL AND TALLOW. HIDES Dry, 16gl7c per ft; kip, 15 16j; calf, 1617c; bull, He; green, 1 6c per ft. WOOL Firm, from 15 to lfto. TALLOW Per ft. No. 1, 2S3c Wool pelts from Sc per ft up; goat skins, from 12c up. HONEY AND BEESWAX. HONEY Strained, per case, $7 M. BEESWAX Per ft. 2224c GRAIN AND HAY. WHEAT Per cental, shipping. ILli. HAY Per ton, loose alfalfa, $9.10; baled alfalfa, $10.50. LARLEY $1.05 per cwt. llaney, rolled, $1.20 per cwt. LIVE BTOC. CATTLE Fat, $3.50; feedera. $2J50 2.90. CALVES $4.04. KOGS-$4.76. SHEEP $4.M PHOENIX RETAIL PRICES. EGGS Ranch, per dozen, 30c BUTTER Ranch, per ft, 20025c; Maricopa creamery, 30c; Tempe-Mesa 'Produce Co., 25c; Valley Pride O earn ery, 25c. j CHEESE Eastern, full ream, per ' Ib, 30c; home, 20c. j FKESH FRUITS AND BERRIES. '. BLACKBERRIES Per box, 17c. I PEARS 10c per Ib. LEMONS Per dozen, 20 25c ORANGES Valencias, per dozen, ' 2560c. j APPLES 6c per ft. GRAPES ot&lOc per pound. DRIED FRUITS Apples, evaporate fancy, per lb, 20c; peaches, fancy, :15c; choice, 10c; plums, pitted, lihkf 15c; prunes, choice, 8c; fancy, 1- apr icots, fancy, 15c; choice ll18a, VEGETABLES. ! ONIONS Green, per bunch. 2V4C STRING BEANS Per ft, 12C CARROTS Per bunch, il'Ac j CABBAGE Per head, 5c. I ASPARAGUS 10c per bunch. HEAD LETTUCE 58 10c. ' ! EGG PLANT 10c per ft. j ONIONS Dry, per ft, 35c. BEANS White, per ft, 5c; pink, per j ft, 5c; Lima, per lb, 10c. BEETS Per lb, 3c. , CHILIS Evaporated, per ft, 25c; j green, per Ib, 25c. j FRESH FISH. ! Southern California varieties, 15c per : lb; Columbia river salmon, 25c per ft; ; Northern California, 20c I POULTRY AND GAME. ! HENS 50S 60c. SPRING CHICKENS-Dressed, 40 60c. PEKIN DUCKS 63 75c. FRESH MEATS. BEEF Per Ib, 6 to 20c; veal, per ft, i 8 to :0c; mutton, per ft, 7 to 20c i FRESH PORK 1 0 15c. 1 ! HAMS Medium, 15c. j BACON Breakfast, per lb, 13j?14c SALT PORK 1256. LARD In tins, 3s, 35c; 5s, 65c; 10s, $1.25. FLOUR. FLOUR Local, roller process, per cwt., $2.60: graham, per cwt., $2.50. CORN MEAL Per cwt.. $2.50. COFFEES AND SUGARS. COFFEES Central American, green, 1525c; Peaberry, roasted, 3035c; Mo cha and Java, 23330c; Arbuckle's per ft, 20c; Lion coffee, per ft, 15c. S1UGARS Granulated cane, per ft. 8c; cube, 10c; powdereJ, 10c; C