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THE ARIZONA RErUliLICAN: THURSDAY 'MOCKING-, SEPTEMBER 27, 1900.
1 WANTED Several goo2 men to in vestigate the Imperial Land ami Water Co.'s proposition. Good rich, land, with abundance of water. For special railroad rates and other-rpar-ticulars call on or address Rice & Leighton, No. SO North Second Ave- . nue. Phoenix. WANTED Purchasers for second hand buggies, wagons, harness, fur niture, show ca.ses and household, goods of all kinds. Bedroom sets from $14 up. Plows, horse powers. Incu bators. CaM and get my prices before buying. E. W. Spear's second hand Store, 2V22 West Washington. M f 'if -4 3SsS WANTS 1 POPULAR IP!? 8 mm jg the luckeye FAMILY TROUBLES A Discontented Woman Keeping the Jerome Officers Eusy. Jerome, Ariz., Sept. 25. (Special cor respondence of the Republican.) Mrs. j Ida Souders returned from a trip to i Idaho this week. She was pone tw.i months. J. W. U ss 1r expected home from Kelso Iliis., with his wife an;l baby In a few days. Several mining: deals of importance have been on the tapis this "week, but as there are always knockers ready with their hammers. It Is better not to mention names until the deals are made or Riven up. The Troy laundry started up this morning with new machinery all around. Exeperienoed laundrymen i have been sent here from Ios Angelej by Messrs. Miller and Talbot to ope rate the plant. The weather has turned suddenly very eold here and the people are get ting ready for snow. Alex Cordiner returned from Cali fornia this week, where he went to meet his wife, who had be-cn there vis iting her people all summer. He reports a pleasant trip. J Mrs. Henry Hergett and children are home again from a visit with frknds in Jerome junction. J. C. Dwyer has been riding over the country recently looking for cow? for his dairy. He sold off the poor cows and added good stock until his herd is second to none In Arizona. Jeff Davis was hastily called to a camp beyond the Copper Chief mir, last Sunday, by an Italia who told him the most bloodthirsty ittorles of at tempted murder that Jeff had ever heard. The Italian, who is married to a Mexican woman, told Jeff that some Mexicans were trying to steal his wife and had been shooting holes through his tent in an attempt to kill him. Jefr examined the premises carefully, but failed to discover any tracks around the place. There were holes through the tent, but strange to say. they had all been made by some object going through the tent from the inside. All the punctures showed the frazzled edges of the canvas pointing upward. Jeff came to the conclusion that the holes had been made bv a sharp iron in the hands of some person on the in side of the tent. He thought the w un an was tired of living- away out there and had undertaken to scare her hv--hand out. There was a long rent i: the canvas which the Italian said hal been made by a huge rock thrown from the mountain above the t "t. Fr-vn where the rock is said to have bcn thrown it would have had to pass through the stove pipe to strike the tort at the torn place. The woman had on a dress that had betn cut full of holes. She claimed that a m:in ran in to the tent and tried to kill her while her husband was at work. As the bolt s were only in the dress and had not touchid the underskirt at all. Jeff con cluded that the woman had cut the places herself. A ride was 1 ft with the Italian to use In case he was atla -kc I during the night, and when T. m Mill -r w-nt out the following day to see howl ihinis were going with the haunted family, he found the cartridges had all been shot away during the night. The man claimed the attack was rt-peated that night. Tom looked over the prem ises and came to the same conclusion that Jeff had previously arrived at that the woman was tired of living so far from town and had started in to sea re her husband, until he. would come the land is all profitable ranch A Canal Full of Water a parallell in the history of irrigation in the And West. The ranchers in the Buckeye Country are prosperous because their WATER SUPPLY is always ample. are interested in farming for profit, we invite a comparison of our proposition with any money-making enterprise in Southwest. FOR FULL PARTICULARS Land and CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000 26 South Second Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona. ! C Wasson, Pres't., M. V. Messinger, Vice J. Ernest Walker, Secretary in out of tl,e wilderness. Tom was in hiding on the hill above the house and saw the w. man slip out and throw a stone and then run back into the tent and throw her arms around her hus band's neck for protection. If there is any blond shed it will probably be when the deluded man catches on to the little game being 3 suee-:--sful!y worked by his wife. J. D. Wait.-, a first-class t.ii'.ir of s Angeles, has hern secured "by the T. F. Mill, r company to c nduct th. ir tai loring establishment this fall and win ter in Jerome. Mr. Waite is now in voicing th; .t: -k of goods on hand. Louts Issesrlio returned from I.es An geles yesterday, with his family. The oldest girl, who died there on the tilth with diphtheria, was buried in Los An geles. When the authorities learned that the family had returned they went T)r. Wood to s-e then an 1 asecrtain if it was safe for their children to be around lown so shortly after diphthe ria had been in the family". Dr. Wood will go and see the children every day until the danger of taking the disease is past. d. it. Mcdonald. CLDP.E SIGHTS. As a l ia-i r:.ivs old, r h1-1 says with greater frequency, "this is my worth less day." An Anti-Kin club has been formed in Atchison, with a side issue devoted to general vsltir.g. When there is a funeral in the family the loir kin are allowed their rightful plaoi s in the family circle. There ar few women whose social position is --o v.id-'ly to inixol as to Include the w uuan v.'h lives next door. There is one good tiling at". lit baying a In by in the house: it takes the at tention of the nnsouitoes f r mi the grown p epic. -V-i A ic hi.-en veiman of fifty admitted that ever since see turned fifteen she had ben worrying over same man. Is married. -At'-hi-on is a remarkable town. an A ten!-- a man "talked" to his kin lat ly anil made thi-ni behave themse'v.?, and now com.-? an Atchison man who made his noisy neighbors k -ep quiet. An nt rtainment given recently by - I Mrs. Lysamkr John Applet an was eai ed a Kodak- T a. presuniar.Iy oecause Maria looked like a picture in her ni-w clothes and the principal thing on tl-.-tal'le was plait s. When a man advertises for a wife n,- says he wants a w ;ma:i of refinement and culture, but what h? -tally wants is a good cook, a c coo. .tent s--amstr ss. a good di-hwasher and cleaner, a faith ful nun-". on,. who can train child'-en. and who. ia the time ef necc.-sity. can earn th living. IT people don't want lo do a tiling we do not heC'-e in abusing them a- oil it. We believe the peipio know as much as the man who always says th ' are wrong. We b Hi ve the )..,e.le have a light to their way. and that the neen who want lo lead tliem should quit bothi ring t hem. An Atchison man took s'ck Satur day, and decided to stay at home until he g it r. sted. lie was back at w. rk at n ion today: his wif- a-k d him with in a few hours to take car - -f the laiy. to chop onions for pickles, to grind the coffee, to dress the children and to milk the cow "while he was resting." Atchi son ..Globe. TOLD DY SIR THOMAS LIPTON. This is the latest and possibly the best story which Sir Thomas Lipton is telling- upon himself. "Recently," he says, " I stenped into a smoking com- including water right deeded with it costs to own a in the in this, a season of unprecedented drouth, is without CALL ON OR ADDRESS partroent of a Caledonian train, and was followed shortly by an elderly la dy who carried a small and obtrusive, dog. "This is a smoking compartment, ma lam." 1 said. " It is nt, the old lady answered, with asperity. " 'I beg your pard.in.' I persisted, pointing to the legend on the window, 'it is.' " 'I d m't care.' she retorted, 'al any rate I !;tv,r allow anyone to smoke in my presence.' "By and by I produced a favorite pipe and began to smoke. A moment later the woman snatched the pipe from me and flung it far ou: of the carriage. Then upon I lifted the pet dog and hurled him after the pipe. The lady raved until the next stati m was reach ed, when she had me arrested. The ar gument bade fair to last for several hours, win n the difficulty way solved by the arrival 'he log parrying the pipe in his HiO J.h."--Phila lelohia Kec ord. u.:ak i:i: reflections. Children and gossips should be seen and rot heard. Even th.- woman with a nar: voice may be flaternl. The barber believ.s in lakin;: a man at his face value. Whe- the servants leave a wiman naiuiaily feels helpless. The butcher and his customer often indulge in a joint debate. The money qutstion is too often at interr gatiop. mark following a touch. The man who can write poetry isn't in it with the man who can write checks. The oarsman may have a strong ,iill but that doesn't indicate that he sVuiM cnt( r politic s. Xeil "She i- very much opposed to decoiiette gowns ' Lei;. "So would I he if I had her m-ck." The most apivable p-rrans in. the world are these who n ver have any opink ns of their ow n. .7r. Sappehedih "I enjoy being alone wit"; my own thoughts." Miss ("aus t:im "What perfect solitude." No, Maude, dear, the nuive's c.is-. tunc is not designed with a train, de spite the fact that there are ir-.rn-.vl ru rss. THAT IS THE OI ESTION. "The salare of the czar of Russia." said the Ua-.'.ing juv, till ," is f lL'.Oati.oau a year." "Yes." .--.;' 1 tiu h ary man as he sadly shoved his hand down in his pocket, "ion .iocs he z, i t ." t 'h ieag Tinu -s-Hcrald. The shirt waist f ir m--n may be c mi ing. but it isn't lie-c mung. LOCAL BREVITIES. Cards of thanks, notices pertaining to organizations and societies, church fairs or socials, will not be printed in Th 'lepubllcan except when paid for. TITLE CONTEST OPEN FOR EV ERYODY. A framed 17x17 platinum photograph will be given for the most appropriate title of a picture on display at Mus sey's studio, awarded by three judges, on October 6, 1900. A. F. MESSINGER, Viewlet. E. A. Spauldlng lls real ntata. Df ce Ho. 41 Wfit A.du trt. Canal- Co ... , Vs. - Pres't. I NOW OPEN. The Leland, Adams street, between Center and First streets. Nicely furnished rooms by the ! day, week or month. Transients a"- ' commodated. HERE AGAIN. Paul Morgan, the expert Piano tuner, is again in Phoenix. Those wentie.g I their pianos tuned or repaired f. r the j fail and winter may leave or'frs at , either of the music stores in Phoer.it. FOR OVER 3TJTT- TEARS j Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has , been used for children teething. It I soothes the child, soften3 the gums, al lays all pain, cures wind colic and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle New Mexico Territorial Fair, Albu querque. September 17 to 21. On v. hich tic-count we will sell September 17. IS and 19 round trip tickets good until September L'4, at rate of f 2.5.SO. E. W. GILLETT, General Agent. j i -qrwy- f i - jPHOENIX SHORtTiNLj m. p. m.i r.OO 2U1:LV. tr . "i :n O.lo! '.'.J !' i; . 11 IS ..Ten) do " IK) No. 1. Freight and Pass. Daily. ii:;:o p.ni j lv. . 7:00 p.M .... f 7:i.ri pan f 7::50 p. m i ... f 7: 12 pan I ... i 7:"iop.iu i 8:1."t.!ii i No Freight J'as. P, and a.ni a.m a.ia a. in a. in u.m a.m . . . 1'hoenix. Tempo.. Petei-s-en. Kyrene. , . . .Alicia. . , . . .Raeatou .. . . Maricop . I I f W::i I f 5:ei f b:i If 4 : i; 4 :-jr, SOUTHERN PACIFIC Bound From East . AiSnt. Sunset 7 imited Wed. .V sut. East Wed. "7:40 pan p.m a. in a. in a.m a. in p.m pan pan lv Maricopa ar Tiles in. lv beni ,ng El I a.-o San . ntonio He Jfiton ar Nev. Orleans St Louis (.' li'-ago C'n i Imuiti j.ttanta W ishiimtou J ew York Boston 7 :Mi a.m 'r.-jv a. id 10: 12 p.m !i:!.- pan S:l'c a.L'i 9:e p :a 10:t;ia.m J :le p. in h: to a. id ::te (t .id p. re 10: ',.. p.m 4 :eo p.n: 11) e-o a.m i l-i:le 4:10 SriT I nreo 9reo I 7:-eu i 4:a: I "J : Ji i : i p. in 11:10 7-.H0 a.m a an J: tft 10.10 p.m pan SOUTHERN PACIFIC West Bouu.l Daily From West baily 0: III pan :t:') a. in lJahi m 1l':"0 a. in n: !." a. in 9:1.". a. in lv Maricopa... Yilina jisi Antreles. :::'- a.m ln::'i pan -':e(i p. la 1 :05 :i.m S:'tl) p.m 7:u0p.m ar ..Fresno .tan Francisco. Port limit . . . Train No. 1 cc nnects with Southern. Pncilic train No. 9, wtdtocnnd, leaviD( Marirc.pa at i'H .'i p. ni. Train No. 1 f.itiLwt with rtonthnrn 1'Arir't trnki lit). 10, Aitdtljound, leaving Maricopa al S:.n a. m. Pullman aral Free Chair Cars botwpec Ma ieopaand I't;oenix, anrt in.Souihru Cacili ti aias. Connections rT. ideal Thoenix with 8 F., ? P. K. U. for Prof .ott and Conreaa. Stn?e for Flon uco and Globe leaves Mosa Citj t II p. m. daily f Train Uopi on signal. N. K. MASTEN, B. F. PORTER, Piesident. Gen'l Supt. M. O. BICKNELL, Gen'l FrS. antl Pass, Agt, AdTertlsemeats nnder tale head one-h! I cent word each intertlon . No advertltementtaken for leal than twenty-five cent. HEADQUARTERS for tourists. Com plete city list furnished houses and rooms for rent; suites for housekeep ing: city and country board. Weirick & Latham, 32 North First Avenue. Information free. WANTED 1'iiholst-erer. bookkeeper who understands undertaking busi ness; waiter, two waitresses, house pill, woman cook, man and wife to cook: laundress. Territorial Employment .Agency, Rooms 7 and 9, P. O. Building, Phoe nix, Arizona. A GERMAN girl wishes a position ,i cook or general housework, city or country: latter preferred. Addrers this office, No. 8:)!). "GALVESTON HORROR." Most com pie'.e a-ciunt by eye witnesses. Au thentic illustrations: money maker for live workers: best commissions, freight paid: credi' given. Write for free outfit. E. C. Morse .fc Co., Chi cago WILL sell seven yearling steers at S8..'.0 each. A. B. Chenowtth. four and. a half miles north of Phoenix park. FOR SALE A first-class stock of gen eral merchandise at Tempe, Arizona. If you want a bargain now ii the chance of your lif -. For particulars address W. A. Milten of Phoenix, or William P. Richardson of Tempe. WANTED AT ONCE Three coat makers, two pants makers. 1 dress maki r. to work by the piece. Ino,uir T. J. Miller Co.. Jerome. HELP WANTED Girl for general housework. Call Wednesday fore noon at til1) North First Avenue. AUCTION, Friday, freptembcr 2S. 1 p. m., at 522 Ea'-t Monroe street. Household, c'.ean, in good condi tion, all high grade. Entire con tents of a nine-roomed house. Fred criik S. Murdock. W. f. Hammond. Auctioneer FOR RENT One, two. three or four rooms nicely furnished for lodging or housekeeping. 401 North Third Av enue. DR. ALICE LAWSON. the divine healer and clairvoyant, life reader, treats diseases of all kinds and g'.ves advice on do-.nesiic and hcsir.ess af fairs. Treatments and sittings daily. Otiice hours. 9 a. m. lo 8 p. nx at 2.;2 East Adams. WANTED Situation by middle aged man in a family where he will have the tare of horses and a cow to look after. Address C. C. this ol.vce LOST A dark bay r.orse. branded R on near thKh. f ermeri y owned by Jim Gibson. Return II. Corbett, 707 South Center Street. WANTED To trade go id driving or riding horse for chickens. Apply W. II. Wilson, two blocks south of Santa Fe s tacit yard. SITUATION wanted by a woman cook at camp, ranch or boarding house. Apply Mills House. West Washing ton. FOR RENT Three furnished rooms for ligh't housekeeping or not. to suit renter. Call at 10-1 North Second Av enue. WANTED Every buwness man la Maricopa county to know that The Republican's job printing plant Is the best equipped in all Arizona and that the prices and stock and stylec are right. If you want bill heads let ter heads or printing of any kind .ll at The Republican office or send word for our man to call on you. PROFESSOR, CARNELLE, the celo brated clairvoyant and trance me dium, has arrived In Phoenix. If marriage, sickness, death, changes, travels, divorces, separations, wills, deeds, mortgages, lawsuits, lost or absent friends interest you: if you wish to be more fortunate, have your lost love returned, your bitterest en emies converted into staunch, friends in a word, whatever may be your troubles, suspicions or desin call on this Gi'ted Man and he will send you away happier, wiser and bolder than beTore. Hours. 10 a. m. to ! I'. m. Daily and Sunday. The Occi dental. Center street, opposite Hotel Adams. WANTED A l Hotel Atnond, Tempo, a first-class laundress. Call at once. PHOEHIX FOUNDRY Boiler Repairing, P pe filling Ring up Telephone 63. L.LV,-e '5S;i'-f'sJ Or call at 2S North Center s treet when wanting something nice to drink. We are headquarter s for the best in our line and sole cgints for Pabst, I-enips and the San Francisco breweries, Ltd., three of the best breweries on earth. MANUFACTURERS OF Mining, Milling and Machinery Castings STRUCTURAL RON AND STEEL CONTRACTORS. Second Haud llachiuerj BousUtand Sola. Postofflee Box 45g MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi enced card reader, tells past, present and ftfiure: Ladks, 2"ic; gentlemen, 50 cents. Room 8 Gregory House. WANTED The public to know tkat J. Ernest Walker has the largest liet of real estate to select from, either to sell or rent. In the valley. WANTED. A RENTER 160 'acres un der Maricopa canal about three miles northeast of city. All in alfalfa. A fine chance to make money. See J. Ernest Walker, the Real Estate Man. FIRE INSURANCE a specialty SOME EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS an.l plenty of water in the Buckeye valley. Money always on hand to LOAN oi stood security. FOR RENT An elegant six-room brick house on First avenue; Well 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. Nevr 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 s-d on easy terms. Party going ea3t. J. ERNEST WALKER, The Real Estate Man Remember the office 26 South Sec ond Avenue. Tel. Main 501. WANTFD To close out two sets of factory made harness and two fac tory made saddbs at cost, the rest of our goods being home made work. N. Porter Saddle and Harness Co.. 142 East Washington. FOR RENT C- e elegantly furnished front room, five squares from center town. Address C. A. S., Republican office. GOVERNMENT POSITIONS: Don't prepare for the postoflice or any other civil service examination withoult seeing our catalogue of information. Sent free. Columbian Correspond' ence College, Washington, D. C. $2 S2 t- $2 Professor Carnelle. the famous medium and clairvoyant, will remain in Phoenix just one week longer and in order to give all an op portunity to consult him, ha3 reduced the charges fur consultation to two dollars. HE WHO HESITATES IS LOST. Ni matter what your trouble, maybe he can help you. If you are interest ed in marriage, divorce, lawsuits, wills, mortgage or estates, in a word, anything nf interest to humankind. do not faili.o s.-t this gifted man and you will leave his parlors happier, wiser and bolder than before. But one week rem.'-ins in which to see and consult the n-.ost successful medium of m elern times. Do NOT LET YOI7R PREJUDICE OVERCOME FACTS. Sittings will be gjven daily from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. at his parlors in the Occidental, 130 North Center Street. 5 2 52 $2 $2 1 2 ?2. HOUSE for sale, good location; also n. ffw five ai-ere bits close to town: wiil take tcj.m, harness, wagon in part payment. 420 Taylor Street. j THE NEW DOMESTIC rent3 75c per ! week. Supplies for all machines; repairing done. J. S. Elston, 407 E. ! Washington St. I WANTED An elderly lady would like work in small family or to assist, in general housework. Inquire at The Don-is House, 22 South Second Av enue. LOST A ladies' gold watch, scroll work on lower half- of both cases. Elgin Watch company manufactur ers. Finder leave at The Republican office and receive liberal reward. ANY ONE desiring to purchase prop erty in Jerome, or a farm on the Verde river or Oak creek, will do well to write to D. D. McDonald, Jerome. TWO neat furnished rooms for rent; brick building; $6 per month. Inquire William Limbrock, SOU East Wash ington. YELLOW FREE-STONE PEACHES for canning, 2c per pound, at the orchard, Aliiamlua. Chase L. Piirdy. MRS. ALICE RASHFORTH. trained nurse. 2.12 East Adams street. Tel- phone 7;tl 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 strong, gentle horse. C20 North Third Avenue. and MACHINE WORKS N. P. McCALLlM, Prop. 25 to 33 North Second Street Machinery of all kinds Bui.t and Repaired. MACELNERY, SUPPLIES, CASTINGS, ETC, All kinds of work In the Mechanical Llnr MELCZER BROS. WANTED At once, girl to wait on ta ble and as.-ist in doing general house woik. 119 West Adams WANTED A good lively man to sell sewing machines. Call at C05 East Washington Street. WANTED Two dining room girls ami a laundress. Inquire at the Sixth Av enue hotel, Sixth Avenue and Adams Street. WANTED TO SELL Ranch and im provements, patented land, or will take sheep on shares: one of the best all the year round ranges in Arizona. Plenty of grass and water. Address Box 49, Wiilcox, Ariz. GRAND CANAL water right for sale. W. K. j.mes, 11 North First avenue. FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY for ladies only, at the Chicago Store. FOR RENT Front room, furnished for two. with board; strictly firs;-cl iss. 4CI North Fifth Avenue. WANTED The public to know that I have dlissolved partnership witii Gozart & Parker a.nd am now doing tinning and plumbing business at 27 West Adams street. Your patronage, kindly soliciteii. H. L. PARKER. FOR RENT House to rent; also rooms furnished and unfurnished. Inquire 51C N. Fourth Ave. WANTED Smaii ranch with some improvements, or small house in the city. A cash proposition. Give lo cation, price and owner's address. F. H. Hutchins &. Co.. 21S-21M Fleming building. NICE front room f ir rent. Apply 546 North First Avenue. FOR SALE A twelve room lodging house, a bargain. FOR SALE A neat cottage, $7j; 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 over-persistent salesmen to buy a. piano until you have visited our ware rooms and examined the It. is constructed from the musician's standpoint by musical experts. You will be a welcome visitor, and get some valuable information. Sold for cash or on the monthly pay ment plan. We sell other makes of pianos at prices and on terms that uery compe tition. II. C. MORROW it CO., D. C. AKIN, Proprietors. Manager. lo 1CAST WASHINGTON STREET 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. -eing light, it can be eaten and digested by invalids. PfeoenixEaery Cooftctionery EDWARD EISELE, Prop. EUblished 18M. Telephone 891. 7 West Washington Street. THE COMPANY Pre scot I, Arizona. Wholesale and Retail D.-ale rs. VCe I'lin-litisc all -. t 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii ! i lics in carload lols, and rati t-iifi-i y everybody wit!, evcrylhing We Respectfully Solicit Patronage. BREAD Basin Bormisler