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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: WJEDXESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2G, 1900.
i fa A J fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa i ' ftv 4 .v .w ' r' MJ -a? r .&rASr 3r ,-Vs:' "-' e..v POPULAR WANTS ft vv nr. mm. a. i mm 3 : : 'll-. (& r. sr. . s. f . r. . . r. sr. MS TPS P II AHA 4$ 3 0 II FINAL COTJNIY MINIS Number of Large Operators Florencs Last Week. in Speaking of the activity in Pinal county mining enterpris-ej the Fler.nje Tribune says: The Ray Copper company, whoje big plant is thirty miles from here, is a success beyond all question, all reports to the contrary notwithstanding. The Ijig mill is now running day an J night after a three weeks' shut down for re pairs to the gasoline engines and ma chinery. New pulleys and belts have been put in which concentrates the power to one grand center, and som? of the most expert mill men and ma chinists to be obtained now compose the force. About 200 tons of ore art; being run through the mill every twenty-four hours, and all things are work ing smoothly. The company's ne v store building will be occupied this week and the new boarding house will be in full blast. The company proposes to build a substantial bridge over the Gi!a river that will answer both for a railroad and a wagon way. A smeltin? plant Is also to be erected at the junc tion of Mineral creek and the Gila rive?. Arrangements are being perfected :'s lapidly as possible to have one of the largest and best equipped plants in Arizona or the United States. 'The company has (luring the last week bought out thirteen different min ing properties near them to add to their already vast possessions, which substantially proves their faith in the big copper and gold bodies almost on the very outskirts of Florence. j Mr. J. R. McLean has just arrived from Boston. He is the president of the Kelvin Copper company, of 92 Stat -stieet, Boston; Mass. This company has bought the Piety group. dire-t:y adjoining the Ray Copper company's mill. A tunnel will be driven that will cut seven distinct veins of copper. To il Hall was awarded the r-ontract for -00 fett of tunnel work there, also 2"0 fe. ; more on adjoining claims of the Kelvin company's group. Air. McLean will also put ma-h:n:ry at Lagger AVoll to further develop the Agassiz Mining company's valuable properties. They are down now 100 feet on a vast body of sulphides over twenty feet in width that show up goo 1 valms in copper, gold an 1 silver. Th Agasslz company have their main of liee at 92 State street, iloston, ivLi.-s. Mr. Joseph Mulliatton, who h ts rep re.'enicd both companies in the li. Id all summer, has brought things to a very satisfactory condition, and the two companies, in which he Is a larga stook holder, own two of the largest and rich est bodies of copper in the field, having over 6.0no rcCt of river front with miil fit's and roads, all easy of access, and with favorable conditions generally. Mr. Cutting of Boston is a!s in the field at Troy, better known as "kin nerviile." some six miles above RJver si. and will have a force of about forty men at work in a few days on the ir big copper property. Mr. Pike of Chicago is also opening up his copper properties just auove Kelvin about two miies. The outlook is certainly the most encouraging in the hiPlory of Floren e and Pinal county since the palmy days of the Silver King. Tiie present min ing wave will engulf and overshadow an . thing in the past. Copper is now king and there are vast bodies of it here beyond all question. The lower field, just above Florence ten miles, and near the. Suites, is just IPpr the land is all profitable ranch r.-n UANAL rULL OF WATER a parallell in the history of West. The ranchers in the prosperous because their always ample. Br" TjFHH are interested in ra I Pill 'nvG a comparis BH i vvith any money the Southwest. FOR FULL PARTICULAR? Mckeye Land CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000 26 South Second Avenu;, Phosnix, Arizona. I. G Wasson, Presft., M. VA Messinger, Vics J. Ernest Walker Secretary. row receiving grat attention. It is part an-i parcel of the great belt upon which are the Ray company's and Mc Lean's mines. The following g?ntltm:n anived on Saturday last representing t'te various companies who are now opening up properties near the Paints, viz: Colonel W. II. Norway of Santa Barbara, representing the Pinal Con solidated Mining company, owner of the old Belle mine, which is known t j contain large bodies of high grade ore. A. M. Harrison of Washington, D. C, is now here. He ami Gcor,re R. Chit tenden have organized a big cimpa ly iti New York and will bring diamond drn.s and .'et a fore e of r.'.en at work so n on th"ir proper. ie-s about ten miles above Florence. They shipped three cars of fine glance ore from there last fall and tiny have one of the rlo.-st pivrpe:s in Piital county.. Thev ate now opening up a big property out from Dudli yvil'e. whe re extensive op erations are soon to commence. Messrs. Firrgins a::d Don nqn of Cal ifornia and F. E. Burgess of Chi ".150 ere here to open up and furtlnv develop their vast copper Interests In ami around the Buttes and Alineta! 11:11, about twelve miles above Florence. Dull Headache, Pains in -.-tirlous pircs of the body, Sinking at the pit or the stomach. Loss of appetite?, Foveiish ness. Pimples or Sores are all positive evidences of impure bleod. No matter tow it became so it must be purified in order to obtain good health. Acker'd Blood Elixir has never failed to cure Scrofulous or Syphilitic poisons or any other blood diseases. It Is certainty a wonderful remedy, and v.e sell every bottle rr a positive guarantee. Ben L. Bear, TvTjclesale and retail driist, Phoenix, Arizona. '!. 'HE SIGHTS A f: is n.a.-Iy alv.ttys a gr- at talk er. Vi'h, n a v.-..n:ar. p:t:-t I' irty disippears fre,;:- sight Tor a few weeks, it i a siga she I- g. ttifg n v: te. th. A '--:r.:tn is nevi s pr ;ti I as wlmn a l;oe v Ic.ntarily asks for a fork with whii a t., , at his ide. A woman living in north Atchison h:id a reet'et. ard a wnn.an in' south Atcniseii kniitv the same s-'.-rct. and both were t,,;d no: to tell it an 1 neither was to let the other know that sne knew It. Both women stool it for sev eral days, but this tin. ruins they net on th" .-tie-, t by toiidettt and both burst .villi tiie story, and had to be taken home in tin atnoulan, ,.. Republican orators are making tre fuil ib tin r pall their theme, and the denioera ie candidates tiiv maktrg a counter-claim that its contents i-more- than ever. What the ootmuv needs. irresp'-ctivo of polities, is some one to go around and demand that tie contents! be better oook.-d. what is the advantage of a we!l-fill.-d dinne- pail, with every tiling spoi-d in the cooking. A reform which has corn- a'o.o.:; (tei etly and almost imperceptibly, is th- inanner in which fun alp tire tdoet- ed. The spectacle of gri' f-s: rieKen lnourners around tli- ',.il!n, of a pretichiT dwelling up 01 In- endetiiing qualities of th- d-.-eas-rl. tin I saying everything It- c-au thick -f to narrow the f,.,i.,!:!! ,,r th,. livi..;r. Is denied those e ho attend funerals to. lay. with th-- r.-ait t ha ' f ".turo ! - a re cot .1 s hr;; -1 ott.-iv: 'd tis t'oey one- were. 'i'.le enrioes titi l ic ehin- t!i, t'e to intei-est the tit. and only those wii reverence the mi mory of the le, eased'ai'e pres ent. Formerly, the mourners sat 'round the eofi-u during the services, so that the spectators might observe their emotions, but the rule now is that the mourners git in another room Uurjng w tag -iSi y u including water right deeded with it costs to own a in the ON 111 r 4 K I o rnnr ssn ill llltOj C4. OaOUl I &y of unprecedented drouth, is without irrigation in the Arid Buckeye Country are; WATER SUPPLY is farming for profit, we on of our proposition -making enterprise in CALL ON OR ADDRESS an! Canal the services, and are not 0:1 display. The prea-her is usually ask". J not to ' make reir.arlts. and if the request U not made few preachers sh..w the bad taste of deiive.-ing th" I-will-make-you-! cry orati ':"! which has tortured people ' in the past. At one time the best "00 , haved pers n at a funera: was th one j who made the greatest display of grief I which was then t-oiisi.'lei e.l the "depth ; of feeling." Now the p rs.tn who makes I a scene tit a funeral is looked upon as trying to l:e renspieu.iu. Fun'"! til re ! f..rm it an acromplUh-!! fact. Atcai- s:m Globe. Torn FACE ' Shows the state of your feelings and the state of your health fs well. Im ! pure blood makes itself apparent in a ' pale and saliow complexion. Pimples j and Skin Eruption?. IT you are recl I ing weak and worn out and do not i have a healthv appearance, you should j try Acker's Blood Elixir. It cures all ; blood dise'ases whore cheap Satsapa j rillas and so-called purifiers fail; know- Ing this, we sell every bottle on a positive guarantee. lien. L. Bearj wholesale and retail druggist. Phoenix. 7 zona. o RIG PCHOONF-lir- LAVNCHED. How Brit. ns View Our Liee t Vp. ri (..:) Ventures it". Sail::.-; Snips. I Ame-rii a has just tar:- I ov.t fr-'i! tiie I shiidjuil-iag yat'els of Main o th" two M.-'mest sciioeners ever lautn-he 1. On1 i is a five master and the e.th-r cr-at"s a I new rc ird by cait'ying ne fewer than i six toast-- ea-h of the in witii over 105 j feet of Oregon pTne in the lower mas: I alone1. The s'x ina.-t-r is tr.oi-e than :'0 j ft et long, has 12,(jn'j stittai e yards of canvas and can rorrv .".l,',0 tins of coal, a speci,- of freiuh.t 111 tui. tied by a I P.oston correspond. -in with a ke :! a,i j preeiation i f Krighilld'? p: s.T.t itt'.eiest j in Tratis: tlantie coal supplies. A'ost ! w tndetful d; tail of ;i'J, she can be 11. iv--. i.eat -d bv ;i it, w of r)urte"n raen. : wh" ret'.s it is eteinie l :i squari- rigged j ves"! would r-quit e t i -e as many. T-.,s is a p in :r. which sailing cy.Tts mtiy differ, but the matt! p.iint is tiiat a cr-w stnail in nutitbeis ean b-indle a huge carrying ma- 'ii:i deriving Its mo 1 tive pee-r fi':ti th" inexpensive br-e-z-j s or" heaven. , Most ordinary people thou.gii. and ti ink. that the day of th sailing vessel is pa Ft. Sentimental f-!k with an eye for pietui-sqtie inariti-- rff,-, ts may !. ;h.ar.l on ter.y .xe-.:r."-;e:i stetuiar a 1 lnirnig lie.- ca-ual barqi;.. or t iriga lit i a? en -oinit 11 I !.; tit- l-.xve r-a-he? 01" t'ae Tham .-t tfttli-rig 1 ...t!;,s are- meeh 1. ss i fteii i...,.; v i 1 !; . tirtd deploring the or-iv, ding out ,,f ;h . graceful sailing ssi-i with the ugly and : orkman-bke ste.am-r. R scents thai th plain; finite uncaiie.i for. Th steam-.- has disrdticed the sailing fhiti for all tim as a carrier off otai's ami pas.-ngers and of periehtible geds thai neer! r:,ni,i transit fir the market, but there is plenty of w..tk for the good sain with st un wooh-n hull and fbitt-ev'ng -vings of canvas. Her day is by no m.ans over. Possibly a new era of activity e , l:,'fore the sail driven ve Wi.o'io ! price of coal ever rl ing and lh- lidi culty of obtaining saii,iis n ; fir r ever on the In-rea ir -nnv 1. fotied Itetter economy to us - the !ow.v sail ing ve -sel thtin the horryitig stea.ner j with P'cat saving .,f the initial ex- pense of powerful engines, and the cur , rent expenses of crew and flic!. Lon I dot' Express. j o I The woman who is fond of home isn't necessarily homely. y a An Co. - Pres't. NOT ALONE. THE NEWS FP.OM R EDBON E. T:h AYhitsct courier trie, s us th lev. r.ttng items from the Redb. ne rj--pondVnt: El 1 r Wee-kins Sund avert with yesterday. His e-arbu.iele is subsi. and his neck straightening. Coi r-l.itts happened So tv? aeeide; having his ne'e hr ke .'it lft o'c Tuffday. "Tiie heads of our s -nool eh:;. its .ling ,t e.r lock !ren ':'el sii 1 v.- that our new ba.t'b-r ha- m" his railing. H would have mad sp!-Tidid carpenter. V.'e h ive n it had a fitne-ral in midst since Abe Jenkins made on ' of his mother-in-law. The ne w preacher is pollcetlng his nry with the grac." of Cod and a gun. AHanta Constitution. lie r you believe In m.itrim""; th - 1. ead-and-r heese-an J-kisses p S'i Well. that depends. .- biantis .if heese would bar out the ses. Ci-j ago Daily News. PHOENIX SHORT MA "j. p ia.; 7 JJ Lv 7..s ... 7 :; t Vi 1 PV tt;. ' I No. 1. I'as. Dniiy. p.m j Iv 7:i:0 p.ni f 7 : (..in j . . f 7:::o p.m j . .. f 7: p.m J I 7:" .m j S:l.':.ir, 1 .. 7 '.o-d .toy 0 rt.TT ' a.r.i " a an 'H.ia "t.lU " A.IJ . a.iii i'Hss. is Tr i:.h ...Tfmvtf.. ..lvuTM'n. ...Kyrene. . . .Alicia. . . .Paf'iitoi . . Maricoi. . I : 5::i f ft:-: f 5:" If 4 : i 4:. ! SOUTHERN PACIFIC j hast Boitt.it From ! Wi-d.ik .sr t. Sur.pet I imited Wed. A i.'ast sat. r7:-:u p.m ; lv.. 11:1". 0.111 I . ... . . . -Maricopa. 'I'm m . . . Petil .ag ... 1.1 I i:-o .... .St.11 0 amnio... . . . lie iston . . . . ..Nev, Orlialls. SI l.-iiis et lit-airo ... .All 1 iiiiotii . . .tbtntii . , W I.-.!! illOlll , . ...ev Yoit... ... Ro-toa. . . 4 :;') a. in j fi:S a. 111 '.ii. ' 1: '.f. ; it -iL - IU Mi. a. Ti.SU I '.tr.ii 11. in j : 7 ttte ii.in ! 4 :-.", pan 1 , . 9:-i' ..i.i I . . . 17:::..! p.m I . . t 7te.l i.m I . . 2: pan j . . : lit.cii (..in 1 .. SOUTHERN PACIFIC WuM Buiin.i From Wet! Itmly Imi'.y ; 9: -M p.m I lv Jlrincnpa..' ar s ", 8. n i :t:,ti rt.ii' I Yuma lv j 10:::c pan ; 1'J:ki m 1.0M Augele-s I '2:c. lj.au : 12t:.e a. m ! ar rreMio lv j la'.'n.Tn i Ser.aasi .San Francisco 6::.t)p.m 9:1 a. in I I'orlhinii ! 7:eop.m I Train No. 1 ct nnects with Southern I'm-inc 1 lr'a No. t, wejtbe and. leaving Mrrii i. pa l 1 le 5 re. j Train N'o. 2 connect witli r?onthem I'i.rifa 1 Irit'i K-. 10, eatboiin.i, leaving Mric., pi. a : S;: a. m. f Pullman at. d Free Chtlr Cars between I Ma ii-ot.aund I't.oenix, aaa i.nHoathero Iacia 1 ti aiae. Ciintiei-IUms ir. nlont Phnenix with 8 F.. P P. It. It. fur P.-et eott and Conifrefp. Sta?e for Klon nee and Globe leaves Jlosa t'itj t .. in. d tily . f Train . topi on simis.1. N. K. MASTHN, B.F.PORTER. President. Gen'l Supt. M. O. BICKNELL, Gen'l Frt. and Pass. AgL AdTortlnomeat onilcr thlxhead one hall cent a word each IniartloB. No advertlsemectisfceD lot lets than WoatJ Urs cents. HEADQUARTERS for tourists. Com plete city list furnished houses and roomy fur rent: suites for housekeep ing; city ami country board. Weirick & Latham. H2 North First Avenue. Information free. WANTED I'pholsterer. bookkeeper who understands undertaking busi ness: waiter, i'.vo waitress -S. h ii:-' girl, v.- nnati cook, man and wife to ci. laundress. Territorial Employment Agency, Rooms 7 ami 9. P. O. llui'.ding. Phoe nix, Arizona. POP. SALE A firs'. -e! tss stock .if gen eral ni. rf hutiul.-'e n.; T:ii ;). Arizona. If yon want a hau'.iin aotv M tho chatue .-.f iif . For p.uli.-uiais au.inss ". A. .Llt n of 1 li ienix. o: V."i::iam P. r:i'.-liai'd.on of Teu'.i'O. WANTED AT ONCE Three coat make's', two rants makers. 1 divss-jnak-.-r. to v..;-k by the piece. Iniuir T. J. !!!. r Co.. Jer-jnit. HELP WANTED Girl for ga!t?r:il h j'js;v.ark. Call Wednesday fore r.ojn at 510 Norih First Avenue. WANTED To rent, a four or five- roam unfurnished cottage; must he in g-oj siiaie. Addftss (. K., thi? oTice. ALCTL')X. Friday, September -S. 1 p. m at Ci2 East Monroe street. H.iuseliold, c'.can, in good condi tion, all high grade. Entire con tents of a nine-i'oemed house. Fred erick S. ilurdock. AV. D. Hammond. Auctioneer. FOR RENT One, two. three or four rooms nicely furnished far lodging or housekeeping. 4!'l North T'r.ird Av er, u?. DR. Ale C E LAW?ON, the divine heai-.r and cdairvoyar.t. l:f- reader, treats discus s of alj kinds and gives ndvU-e on ciomestie anil business af fairs. Treat :neniF and sittinas daily. OHire hours, 9 a. m. to S p. I'as: Adams. at WANTED Situation by middle aged jr. 111 in a family where he wii! have tiie care of horse rend a cuv to look rti'ur. A'i li'y ss C. C, ta.s olTce LOST A dark hij ieorse. branded R en near t,:iih. formerly owned by Jim Gibson. Return H. Corbett, 707 South Center Street. WANTED To trade go xl driving or lidir.g h-.rse fir chickens. Apply W. . Wilson, two blocks south of Santa Fe stock yard. SITt'AT ION want oil by a woman cook at camp, ranch or boat-eling house. Apply Mills House, West Washing ton. FOR RENT Three furnished rooms for ligh't ho'.'sokecpir.r: or not. to suit renter. Call at -tr.i North Second Av enue. WANTED Eve. j bigness man la Maricopa county to knev that The Republican's job printing plant is the best, equipped in all Arizona and that the prices and stock and styles are right. If you want bill heads or let ter heads or printing of any kind call at The Republican office 01 lend word for our man to call on you. PROFESSOR CARNELLE, the cel. bratcd clairvoyant and trance mo- i ilium, has arrived In Phoenix. If marriage, f-icknrs, death, changes, j travels, divorces, separations, will. doeels. mortgages, lawsuits, lost or absent friends interest you; if you wish to be mor? fortunate, have your j lest love returned, your bitterest en- en. ies converted itit- staanetu 1 rienaa in a word, whatever may be your troubles, suspicions or desir call on this Gifted Man and he will senel you away happier, wiser and bolder than before. Hours. 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. Dailv and Sunday. The Occi dental. Center street, opposite Hotel j Adams. I HOL'SE for sale, good location; also a fev.- tive a -re lots e-losi to town: wid take-, t, am. harness, wagon in part; payment. 420 Taylor Street. FOR RENT Pleasant room Tor two gentlemen or gentleman and wife. Northeast corner Second anel A'an Burrn Streets. TIIE NEW DOMESTIC rents 75c per week. Supplies for all machines; repairing done. J. S. Elston, 407 E. AVashing on St. WANTED A 1 Hot -1 ACvonrl. Tempe, a first-class laundress. Call at once. ' PHOENIX FOUNDRY V ii.fSt-'i?:-'Esf-1 Duller Uepalrina, P vc FIV.lnQ. Ring up Telephone 63. Or call at 2S North Center s trr-et when wanting something nice to drink. We are headquarter s for the best in our line and se.lc agent3 for Pabst, Lemps and the San Francisco breweries, Ltd., three of the best breweries on earth. 3 B its iti MANUFACTURKRS OF Mining, Milling and Machinery Castings STRUCTURAL IRON AND STEEL CCNTR ACTORS, ftscoad Hand Machinery Bought aud Sola. Pcstoffiee Box 458 MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi enced card reader, tells past, present and fu' ure: Ladies, 2,7c; gentlemen, 50 cents. Room S Gregory House. WANTED The public to know tkat J. Ernest Walker has the largest list of real estate to select from, either to sell or rent. In the valley. WANTED. A RENTER 100 'av res un eler Marie ii; a canal about three miles northeast of city. All in alfalfa. A fine chance to mak' money. See J. Ernest Walker, the lb al Estate Man. FIRE INS-lTRANCIl a pecialtv SOME EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS and plenty of water in the Buckeye valley. Money always on hand to LOAN ot stood security. FOR RENT An elegant six-room brick house on Fiist avenue; .veil fur nished: electric lights; bath, barn, etc. Apply to J. Ernest Walker. WANTED. A BARGAIN TAKER. For close in house of twelve rooms. Partly furnished. Never vacant, and can be well rented any hour In the day. Fine shade, lawn, city water, good neigh borhood. This property far sale at a sacrifice zr.d on easy terms. Party going east. J. ERNEST WALKER. The Real Estate Man Remember the office 26 South Sec ond Avenue. Tel. Main B01. WANTED To close out two sets, of factory made harness and two fac tory made sad. lit s at cost, the re ..c of our . goods being home mad work. X. Porter Saddle and Harness Co., 14:! East Washington. WANTED Small ranch with some improvements, or small house in the city. A cash proposition. Give lo cation, price and owne-r's adelres-. F. H. Hutchlns & Co.. 21S-219 Fleming building. FOR RENT One elegantly furnished front room, five squares from center town. Address C. A. S., Republican office. GO VERNAIENT POSITIONS: Don't prepare for the postofliee or any other civil sendee examination without; seeing our catalogue of information. Sent free. Columbian Ceirrespond ence College, Washington, D. C. $2 2 $2 $2 Ptof.ssor Carnelle. the famous medium and clairvoyant, will remain in Phoenix just one week longer an! In order to give all an op portunity to consult him, iiai reduced the charges for consultation ta two elollars. HE WHO HESITATES IS LOST. N matter what your trouble, maybe he can help you. If yeu are interest ed in marriage, divorce, lawsuits, wills, mortgages or estates, in a word, anything of. interest to humankind, do not fail 1.0 see this gifted 111:111 and you will leave his parlors happier, wiser and bolder than before1. But otw v.eelc remr ins in which to see and consult the most successful medium of modern times. DO NOT LET YOTTR PREJUDICE j OVERCOME- FACTS. fit tin vs will be given dail;.' from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. at his par'.ors in the Occidental. 1C0 North Center Htreet. t c- to ? t'' ? V C V " v . I NICE front room for rent. Apply IA-i I North First Avenue. WANTED An elderly lady would like work in small family or to assist, in general housework. Inquire at The Dorris House, 22 South Second Av enue. , LOST A ladies' gold watch, scroll work on lower half of both cases. Elgin Watch company manufactur ers. Fin.br 1-a.v- at The Republican ettlice and receive liberal reward. ANA' ONE desiring to purchase prop erty in Jerome, or a farm on the A'erde river or,Oak crei k, will do well to write to D. D. McDonald. Jerome. TWO neat furnished rooms for rent: brick building; $0 per month. Inquire AVilliam Limbrock, SS'.i Eas AV'ash ington. A'ELLOW FREE-STONE PEACHES for canning. 2o per pound, -at t-he orchard. Alhambra. Cl'.asa L. Purdy. AIRS. ALICE BASHFORTH. trained nurse. 2.12 East Adams street. Tei ( phono 7:U Main. WANTED At Hotel At wood. Tempe, Ariz., a first-class pantry man. also second and kitchen man. Only those understanding their business need apply. Call at once. FOR SALE One rlroag. gentle horse. C20 North Third Avenue. and MACHINE WORKS N. P. McCALLUM, Prop. 25 to 33 North Second Street Machinery of al! kinds Built and Repaired, AIACSLNEEY, SUPPLIES, CASTINGS, ETC, Ail kit03 of work la lhe Mechanical Llnr MELCZER BROS. WANTED Several go(7 men to in vestigate lhe Imperial I-und ate Water Co.'s proposition. Good rieli land, with abundan-e of war-r. For special railrcael rates and other par ticulars call 1 n or nddr-"- Re fe Leighton. No. tin North S-cond Ave nue, Ph oeni. WANTED Purchasers for -eoond-har.d bugvKes. wagons. I.arn-.-o, fur niture, shivv ca.ses and household gooils of all kinds. Bedroom sts front $14 up. l'lmvy, horse power., incu bators. Call ami get my pri-v; bef-.-re buyfng. E. W. Spear's sere.nd hand store, 222 Wst Washington. WANTED A wm..n for kitcii a w-.rfc. Gooel wages. Address IS Soma Sec ond Avenu-. WANTED At 010 . girl to wait or. Ta ble and as.-is; in doing general h-iuw-Woik. 119 West Adams AV ANTED A good Uv-ly man s-'.i sewing machines. Call at 6-D East AVashlngton Street. WANTED Two dining room girls a.n-1 a laundress. Inquire at the Sixth Av enue lintel. Sixth Avenu- and A ear. s Street. AVANTED TO SELL Ranch and im provements, patented land, or wtil take sheep on shares: on- of toe b-s-i all the year round rangesja Arizona. Plenty of grass and water. Adores Box 49. AVillcox. Ariz. GRAND CANAL water right f. r sale. W. K. James. 11 North First av nuc. FREE EMPLOYMENT AGKNCY for ladies only, at the Chicago Store. FOR RENT Front n om. furnished f. r two. with lKtard: strictly firs:-ca-.s. 401 Nnr-th Fifth Avenue. WANTED Tli - public to kn-.w that I have ilissoWeel pa rt n-rsl. 1 p wi::i Gozart & Parki r a.nd am u..,v doing' tinning and plucoing business : t 7 West Adams street. Yeiur patronagj kindly solicited. H. L. PA UK ilk FOR RENT House to rent: also rooms furnished and unfurnished. Inquire 640 N. Fourth Ave. FOR SALE A twelve room lodging hous, a bargain. FOR SALE A neat cottage, J7SI; this is cheap. FOR SALE A fine alfalfa ranch -with water. MONEY to loan, houses built to suit purchaser on monthly payments. HUGH M. CREIGHTON & CO.. 110 North Center St. Do Not Be Persuaded by (jver-p.-isir-lt-'nt ti-'.-inni to iuy a pia no until you h; v i-'i t--'i our wui -r.j.:.i anil e.ainr.!i thr i . Iff r- -j Fv XS. it'S fit 7f It i-; cuii.-iriii't'.-.i I'-oV! i!;' :i u :.in ftan'ipoint by niusji-ai xj r !s. Y-ii will ht u niir vislioi. ,t!Mi i:-t sot.i v;ih:a!'l'.' in!""! :;iuuo;i. i-'oM for a.-h or- .':t ih-- nioiiti.'y ;nv-nit-nt I Ian. ViV st-11 'itiit'i makes T pia:;" ar piMct s aiil on I'-i iii thai : Tv ' ..f;:)..-. tilion. II. C. MORIiOW CO., D. C. AK f N". J'roprierorH. Maitiufcr. 1.3 eai?t washinijTo:; ft?:eet 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 skiilful bakers, and in the most perfectly appointed lake shops. Is pure, palatable and wholesome. eing light, it can be eaten and digested by Invalids. Plioeiiix Bakery & Coaficticcgrj EDWARD EI5ELS, Prop. Etabliiilied 181. Te-leiihoiie oil. 7 West Washington Street THE - I! IS35 CO Ml 'A NY Pft icoll. Ar-jora Wholesale and Retail D.'aleis WC lini'c!;:iM- al! i'1'iiini...i. lies in carlnaii I.ils. titol cat Mipplv everybody wit, every thing We Respectfully Solicit Patronage. BREAD i ii i ifion IIFIIIlMlir