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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1900.
A Note of Triumph has been sounded 'to all maiv kind success unparalleled in history of light beverages has every where marked the introduction of ABC QjOffEMfAN "Kins of all Bottled Beers." It stands pre-eminent as the finest bottled beer brewed in America, and leads all others in annual exportations to foreign countries. Order from LOUIS MELCZER ANOTHER PKESCOTT FIRE A Budget of News From Yavapai's Capital. Pivscott, Ariz., Oct. 1. (Special col li spondence of The Republii'an). Col onel J. F. Wilson came in last night fi-jtn Jerome, where he inaugurated the c- unty democratic campaign on Satur day evening. L). M. F. Weeks rtlitirm d a couple of days ago from his trip to Chicago. Mr. levi Wo'.lenburg aim tinct s that he wil shortly leave the city for a st n k-purr-hasing r 1 1 p and Ciat he will com mence business again for himself. He is cor. -UK ring favorable locations at pi t s nt. The first meeting of the Monday club for the new ytar wos held at the resi dence .f Mis. J. W. Akers this after noon. Mrs. Triple read a paper on the finding of gold in California. a!s on the waterways of America. Mrs. Cole man had a paper on Bivt Har;e, ur.d rta.l extracts from " The luck of Roar ing Camp." while Mrs. Olayiool also had an interesting paper. The subject to be taken up for .-:udy during the coming year is a history of Amc-rica from A to Z: from piv-histoi i? tim:s to the present. The course of study U very comprehensive and exhaustive in i.s s 'oie f:r this year's work, which wi'l retiuire a very thorough rc-earch .f writers of old and inoJ-in times. F. Scopel today op iis his lodging hous1 ant saltion, just completed on the site of his former Grand View hotil. Tiii: ty-five ro:.ms ar? now complete d in I I c.idy : receive and r st til- w. a ry wayfarer, every roam being eciuip 7','d with new and comfortable furn ishings. Mr. Sc'opel is the first hotel man burned out in the iii.- of Juiv 14:h .-rk .2. T''4svil'5 iiiuiitr. iliepri'scniiunu of n iitiuoeis French pliy:;;i-;:m, will fj-iiemy cuia ye a ef :ol iLf fri IMTVenjtir di ..'.ia, s of lae Me-Il. rueivj l,o.':uis, faue-ll IL, l.itf'i ,Srtlii.e in.eillltlia, -(T:i In thi' i:rk,tii':niii;i lioinMioiiK. SitTlulK Jpb) I." '. V, J1 l' - x.) JtM y mAt ac. ttt Mnrry. :ibiiuliD-limin4, T"ixricoc'le i.l 4'oitiir,niinl. iW Wffljjf ttl"Pull leMMby .y or iilel.t. Vo vi e.K linn keiesn i.l liM-l-:tr:i-. wl-icl- f m.. cli !.! 1 N.JS"K Jp' lo tlifniiiiii.rrliei'!i iiti.l a!i tlie Ii.,rrors ( ianicit-iii'V. !' t"I ."!. -nn liver, the kielm-ys u.m iao uriuary orguu o all iu-iiuiiiiuj. f, i'lUU i.-ueiif:iitia J restores SOial I WUK orK:ms. a. cr F1'' 't oiieMi tli only kli'i ir.i'ili.'e iTi"i! lunl eiou.-v r"inr:.i it if r, ...ne ij lllieil. S.-1I 1 fur Kll.K elreeC.ir lei.l f'-'O, ,,,. iic 'rcsa i UL M i-iiit to., i: o. l!ox 2C7G. Ban Frauccm, CaL For sale by Ben L. Bear, Keystone Pharmacy. 11 in is selling doily. The Canal is full of water and prop erty is increasing in value constantly. If you not investigated our $1310 per acre proposition, do so before it is everlastingly too fate. FOR FULL PARTICULARS CALL ON OS'ADDRESS BUCKEYE CANAL AND LAND CO, CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000. 14 an-4 16 South Second Avenue. J. EARNEST WALKER, Ftrretary and Treasurer. J. ('. W'ASSOX, Pres't. -M. V. MES.SINCEH. Vice 1'iWt V,SV-.:i .5.71.1. iaj the tmM lsfr&-&M liiii '.'&feS:a I lust to rf .-uniL" busin.ss at h' oi l stand in new quarters. This is not to be the i end of his 'building opera ti !is. as he is I continuing a!o:is the west half ,'.ie . 11, K-k on Ooo'iwin .-treet. ! i E. A. Haggott. superint.-i! i. n; of tl.e I Blue Bell n-.ir.c at BiK B;:.if. and ti-imi- lit e for cn'jii y : ..isur. r ( n the r po! lican ticket, is in the city for a day or itwa. If one can ju ifre by tic freipu n- i oy with which he is savpr 1 mi tc jstrc, t fir han.l-shakings and ;rr.n.. ings. I he :nusl be an exceedingly p.vu'ar man roil r. 1 Tt: t . ,vn. a; :ia.-.:. j A m: . tins . 1 the Crowned i:: x. r.ii'.i- in any to l.c :d on Oct. !-.h next I in the siate of lliin is. will i! ierininc jib finitely wii,-.:. : or no t lie oi'nc and i pro; . r: .' i ,;i ! at i : i:i i;!i',s : .i-iniy w ill jlit ienij laioV shut devil, pen.iing the j final .-.iem.i r t if the litigation now 1 in pr gr. rs uv.-r .he prop . riy. ! t)uite a nun.b'r of small mining 'l'a's ! were r ir.sun:.Ci ;1 I1.' re oi'ring :h ' last ! week, one I'.ting the purchase of the jTrra ure Hill mine in the Eureka :nin- ing di-ti'ict. by M.ssrs. U.'.rra.i. N.ible and Stu.-k.y. fir which the ease, was 'paid down. f.'i.K'H. This m'.n i f.tirly well kn nvn and Pca.c 1 in thi' vi 'nltv i of the famous llilisiie gnvip of mines. This afternoon l'rescoit had an ither ' fir? .-.arce. as n i water was a'ail able when the alarm was given. The ; blaze pr ivrd to bt fnm a sriiall i; uise I belonging to Jo;. Doagar :-ty. aid .-!-:u- ated ju.-t across the stret t fr. m the o'.d log mansi' n in which Arizona's f.rs: legislature Tw: or three ln::;diius were m.ira rr less demaged, but wa:. r ! was obtained and the fir department ' suceeedt 1 in shopping the Idaz. . th rash :'i: was m arly an hot!!' before i; was tn- tireiy extinguishr d. ! Jos. Dougherty's condition is rrp.irt ! ed to be very serious. j The cake waik given by JMss Oi a .Roberts and Will St-watt. in cistani-. nm k i. m 'rv is: DPI! E . evvl' : cUu-Ji u pe.-:" l'.il tur le:.uji.hJ,' riil.-, mmm have Everything We Offer Below Goes at 25 Per Cent. Less Than Cost Price PrSr We will commence iour Tinmen- stock of MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS V'5 will alo iiil'orni the lour CLOTHING and HATS Our Slock in all these purchases t"r Fall hail already arrived before we concludtd to close out the diilcrent lines mentioned above. We will continue to have a complete stock of Groceries, Hardware, Impleniznis, Wagons, Carnages, and Harnesses, which we oiler t ) sell right a id give you ONLY strictly FIRST CLASS GOODS. ' GOLDMAN & CO. California Restaurant, Strictly First-Glass. Snl I i an th,- rni.,.,1 Modern's entertainment ; on Friday evening, w.-.s exceedingly : well done, and thoroughly a;. or. '.dated i bv the nudier. e. w ho ti ied again and t again to r. coll t'r.-.: gr.r.-ri'u! l air. Mr. ! Tref- .ill- s, t. a. m Lis c .:a . a -ter skf ich. I in co tunie lie. Igi.v.l and made for the ' i..'iu-:..n. created ipiite a fur ire of ap 1 ph:r..-c. f.i'ig n-.alltd t !.!.-. tinus. anl ills little "ii.ius A.hates," his "Little ; dog Tray." also came in f ir a good share of the applause and a led ipaHe j as if lie knew what was txpc ied (and ! did w hat was un.'xp.'t :ii "f ; hi:n. Mr. Tr, ',al!as did inms.df full j el edit nevt r was in but ! l'.JJ-:r. and ; his early reappearance in th- r de is expectantly look.- 1 f.rwaid to. The 1 Cnite.l Mo.r. ir.s in tt -d a! !U $T5 cl.-a' I : all xpensc for the !:en.-:U of the I Calvt . .n stifi'creis by this entcrtain 1 ment an 1 ball. The public were fr-e-j he arted in thi !r geiierosiiy on this oc casion, wiii.'ii was appit.iate.l by the ord, r. A MODERN KIP VAN WINKLE. The' idilest soldier in Connecticut is ! John Bradicy. and he counts his years ' at 1M. lie is an inmate cf the Soldier's I In, me at Noi'oto'.i Heights, but the ot'ie'r i elay he- get a fur!iui:h for his birtilelay, I tog, th.-r with a g 1 slice of bis p o- sion money. lie made straight for No v I ll:iv, n to p-ee hi? old friends. arrivin;r I there iati' e;n Sunday night. But he go: ! lost when he stnrte, 1 from ilc- train. I and finally he- fell asleep in a doorway. ! Mimday moraine- !h was awalo neel by a, t.ii;,-r-a-an s'm'.ing l:i:n. Bra :!ey ran his hands thioug'a his s:iow-whiio locks, like old Rip Van Winkle, and - s& t lie 1st of Octnltf-r. to olo?e. miblic later when the bale of will commence. lines is ccmoltte as our new- North Fikst Ave Opposite Gazette Ollice Best Meals in the City. iat'nction Cunranterd in Jvny KefpFet looked about him quizzically. I "t.'hv " hp o'pebiiv'd "I've rot friends here." Then he began to name persons i wlin had lived and died in New Haven years ago, as old Rip did. "Those men are all dead." said the blut'roat. Bradley was taken to the lodging house, where he was cared for. The old man is said to. have been born ; in ITSfl in Ireland, and his mind is cle ir. He came hire in 1S17 and worked for a living till the civil war. Iiespite his j age, Bradley, then an old man. enlist"d . in the Sixth Connecticut volunteers ; and fought for three years. 1 He has smoked and used whiskey a '.I his life, but he never ivai bothered about learning to read or write. His eyesight is perfect and so is iiis hear ing, but his teeth are all gone. He walks without difficulty, using only a tare to get around. Was'ningto Times. I! ANN A AS A SPEAKER. "Senator Hnnna has develope 1 iv-m-e'.i i fully for a man who a, tempted to be'.-e :ne a pu'blk speaker -o late in life as he did." saiel Wendall G. Owen-, of Cleveland. "I heard Hann.i mak- his first political ' speech. It was af er lie ha 1 been eli-ctel Fn'te.1 States s.-nat :r, ami it was eb liver.'d at Burton, a small town in Geauga county, on the Ohij Ve : m ii Rese rve. Ilar.na -poke ft;- rn ly c.boi.i five minutes, but a cr. ii-.il ii, :r. : r.iiir r.t w.-impci- li.--.-e- ed Ids sp. e ii and dis -over.- il t'.iat in thai b. i. f time' he had use the pel .- mal pi oiiovn I-ss than !K ti:-.-i;s." V.'a -ain : n Pest. j A smelling furnae-e1 is not an appara tus for cooking smelt. I POPULAR Adrertuementa nnder this head one-bait cent word eoh Insertion . Mo advertiBeiaen t taken lot lei than twentr-flr ceota. HEADQUARTERS for tourists. Com plete city list furnished houses and rooms for rent: suites for housekeep ing: city and country board. Weiriek & Latham. 32 North First Avenue. Information free. WANTED I"phol.erer. undi-rtaker. tailor, milker, general merchanelise clerk who speak Spanish, cook anil nurse Rir! for lsishee: others. Territorial Emproyment Agency, Rooms 7 and 9, P. O. Building, Phoe nix, Arizona. WANTED Some one to take care of young' babe and to do light work around house. Apply 1048 North Cen ter.. FURNTSHED rooms for rent, with board. 7C1 East Van Buren Street. WANTED Housework in small faim ily. Apply College P!a"e. LOST oi: STiUJCX One gray mare, one bay horse last Sunday fiu:n S u:h Seventh avtni:"': ivwar.l. Inquire at this office. TAKEN A lfianw P.vke -Mvyrip. from IMS No rah Center street. The take-r will pleas" retuin at on.re ar.l avoid further trouble. Fl'UNISHED rooms en suite or sinsle. 2" West Maelison. FOli SALE Cheap, two house lots, with improvements. No. 42!) and 4'!7 East Adams s.rect. Apply to S. Cook, mi the premise--. FOR EXCHANGE Good lot and cash for house and Id: between First ami Fifth avenues. Van Burt n street aiol Bennett lane. 917 West Washington Street. FOR RENT The upper floor of the new Ellingson block on Wa.-hingron, b.'iuer-n Center and First street. Will be partitioned or left entire in suit renters. Address Mons Kliins-i.-n. Tempo. WANTED Consumptives, sick a vl humble ss chihlren. Corner Jeter-son silent and First avenue. TIIOI!( l'C 1 1BRED horses for sal. I offer my span of matched sorrels, full iHn'ih.T and sister: no better bred horses in this country: young, s mnl and gentle. A handsome pa'r. worth $500. but will sell for half that stun. Scufield, 209 East Washington. FOR RENT Furnished bedroom or room for housekeeping'. Vppiy li-'-North Fit'.'i Street. FOR RENT 'One, two. three or f our rooms nicely furnished for lodging or housekeeping. 4P1 North Third av en ue. TO RENT Two elegant rooms and S'.-reen -pori h for light housekeeping: life bath and toilet: no sickness. 4't'J North Third avenue. FOR RENT Furnis-hed r-ccn. large, well lighted, southern and eastern ex posure: balrh : dose in. ::SS Kt 'ui. Kureri Sir"!. W A XTXl.i j t once a -lev! ped or uu- ie",-ioied milling property. Must in cheap. Send lowest cash price. No time f.,r correspondence nr second of fer. Broker, Box 24"i. Calais. Maine. TWO brick houses nictly furnished for lent. Inquire 121 North Second street: Mrs. Emma Luke. FOR RENT Nicely furnished cottage, ten minutes' drive fre.-ai postotfice: nice surroundings: horse and buggy if dcidj'ed. Address Box 722. FOR SALE A first-class stock of gen eral mere !ia ndise at Tempe, Arizona. If you want a bargain now is the chance of your life. For particulars adilr. ss W. A. Milton of Phoenix, or William P. Richardson of Tempe. NICE front room for rent. Apply 54C North First Avenue. FOR RENT Rooms furnished for j housekeeping. No consumptives or children. Apply flO West Monroe. WANTED A good lively man to sell sewing machines. Call at 605 East Washington Street. WANTED Dressmaking or any kind of sewing: children's garments a specialty, to take to Mrs. E. W. Con nell, TM) South Second Avenue-. 1 LOST Small silr' watch w ith gold trimmings, engraved w kh the name, "Nellie." Return to this office. Suit able reward. DR. ALICE LAWSON. the divine hea'.er, and clairvoyant, life reader. treats diseases of alt kinds and gives aelvice on domestic and business af fairs. Treatments and sittings daily. Otlice hours, 9 a. m. to 8 p. n. at 2u'? East Adams. PHOENIX FODNDSY and MACHINE WORKS N. P. McCALLUM, Prop. 25 to :!:! North Second St. Machinery of all kinds Built and Repaired. All work in the Mechanical Line. Machinery, Supplies, Etc. Ring- up Telephone 63. Or call at 28 North Center s treet when wanting something nice to drink. We are headiiuarter s for the best in our line and sole agents for Pabst, Lemps and the San Francisco breweries, Ltd., three of the bc-st breweries on earth. MELCZER BROS. I i MANUFACTURERS OF Mining, Milling and Machinery Castings STRUCTURAL IKON AN L SftEL CONTRACTORS. Socoud Hand Machinery Bought and Sold. Postoff lee Box 458 WANTS WANTEP The public to knew tkat J. Ernest Walker has the largest list of real estnte to select from, either to sell nr rent.' In the valley. WANTED. A RENTER 160 'acres un der Marhopa canal about three miles northeast of city. All in alfalfa. A fine chance to make money. See J. Ernest Walker, the Real Estate Han. FIRE INSURANCE a meotalrv SOME ENCEPTIONAL BARGAINS and plenty eif water in the Buckeye i valley. Money always on hand to LOAN oi good security. FOR RENT An elegant six-room brick house on First avenue; well fur nished; electric lights; bath, barn, etc. Aiiply to J. Ernest "Walker. WANTED, A BARGAIN TAKER, For close in house of twelve room. Partly furnished. Never vacant, and can be well rented any hour in the day. Fine shade, lawn, city water, good neigh borhooel. This property far sale at a sacrifice and on easy terms. Party going eafit. FOR RENT By November 1. a nin -room brick hou-e in Bi ill's addition, near car line; splendid well of water: large grounds. See rne lie f ire it is taken. J. ERNEST WALKER, The Real Estate Man Remember .:he otlice 14 and lii South Second A v.-mi-. Tel. .Main .",01. FL'RNISHED rooms with or without board; aiso furnished cottages. 42$ South Center street. FOR SALE OR TRADE Will sell or trade gaiel claims o:i Camp Creek, near Gobi Hill, for cash, ranch or city property. Ore from three claims has been ara;i: . reel, preiduedng $2i to $2S per ton. assorted ore. Also for sale', copper claims m ar Cave Creek. Mill sit.s with plenty of water. Ael dress. Box 11, Phoenix. Arizona. WANTED TO SELL Ranch and im provements, patenteel land, or will take sheep n shares; one of the best all the year round ranges in Arizona. Plenty of grass anil water. Aeldress Beix 40. Wilh'ox, Ariz. YELLOW FREE-STONE PEACHES for canning. 2c per pound. Ot the orchard, Alhambra. Chas? L. Purely. WANTED Every bustnass man la Maricopa county to know thai The Republican's job printing plant is the best equipped in all Arizona and that the prices and stock and styles are r'ght. If you want bill heads or let ter heads or printing of any kind call at The Republican ollice or Bend word for our man to call on you. MRS. Al.H'K BASHFORTII. trained nurse. 2.12 Eae Adams stie-et. 'tel ephone T;:i Main. FOR RENT Three furnished rooms for ligb; housekeepinrr or not. to suit renter. Call at !::! Neirth Second Av enue. ; WANTED Ctiristiyn man or woman j willing to qualify for permanent I'' siticn of trust, he;" or in home cou.i j, ty. .900 yearlv. Em U.-e self-ad-j dressed, stamped envelope, to Secre I tary. care t? Republican. ! WANTED A position as bookkeeper i or inanagtr: several years' experi- ence; in or out. of the city; best of i refe lvnces. ' Address J. A. C, Box Z'M. Pheenix. WILL sedl seven yearling steers at SS...0 each. A. B. Chenoweth. four ! and a half miles north of Phoenix j park. i FOR RENT House to rent; also rooms i furnished and unfurnished. Inquire ! 546 N. Fourth Ave. I WANTED Small ranch with some improvements, or small house in the I city. A cash proposition. Give lo- cation, price anil owner's address. F: 1 H. Hutchins & Co., 21S-219 Fleming 1 building. j WANTED At Hotel Atwood, Tempe, ,' Ariz., a first-class pantry man, also j second and kitchen man. Only those ! understanding their business neeel apply. Call at onee. WANTED A t Hotel Atwood, Tempe, a first-class laundress. Call at once. FOR SALE A twelve room lodging house, a bargain. FOR SALE A neat cottaee, $75 ; this is cheap. FOR PALE 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. 3 Si MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi enced card reader, tells past, present and firture: Ladies, 23c; gentlemen, 50 cents. Room S Gregory House. HOUSE for sale, good location: also a few five acre lots close to town; wl!l take team, harness, wagon in part payment. 420 Taylor Street. THE NEW DOMESTIC rents 75c per week. Supplies for all machines; repairing done. J. S. Elston, 407 E. Washington St. LOST A ladies' g-oM watch, scroll work on lower half of both case.. Elgin Watch company manufactur ers. Findi r leave at The Republican ofliee ami 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 wriie to D. D. McDonald, Jerome. Fl'UNISHED Oi: l"N Fl'UNISHED rooms for rent. ZZS West Monroe. WANTED Two dining room girls and a laundreS. Inquire at the Sixth Av enue hotel, Sixth Avenue and Adams Street. GRAND CANAL water right for ale. W. K. James, 11 North, First avenue. FUEE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY for. ladies only, at the Chiiago Store. WANTED Carrier, must be fifteen years oi l. have a wheel or horse. Ap ply at this office. PROFESSIONAL ATTORN E YS-AT-1JA W. J. H. KIBBEY, A. J. EDWAP.DS, W. B. Kibbey. Kibbey, Edwards & Kibbey, Lawyers, lfl-21 South Center St Phoenix, Ariz. Ground floor. DENTISTS. DR. JOHN A. I-F.NTZ, DENTIST. OA administered. Room over Pcstofflca. H. J. JESSOP PTit!t. rifr.c Vrrtur build'ng, corner Washington and Cen ter streets, rooms 14 and It W. G. LENTZ. Dentist, specialist in Crow n and Bridge work. Gas admin istered. Off'e Fleming Block, rooms 201, 202, 20:i, 2i:l. 2'f, 2(XJ. MI'SIC TEACHER. CASSIO C. BRANNAN TEACHER of violin anel other srringeei instru ments. Educaiietl by best European masters: methods the : very best. i Twenty-two years' experience in teaching. May be sra.n at Redewill's Music Store. CERTA.'NLV THERE 'ARE Tlf SE who d mbi. but w- i1cv- ilo.ib'ing Thomases every w here. We also have a way to e-aieo a coii.r i. Then why not a way i mini i V Those whi pec-e v, i . ai e the one s to re-ap the beiietir. Call at coive':' Firt avenue and Jeffe ison slice:. Of the 4.110 variJiies e.f llowers knowa and cultivated in Europe s-arcely 4'hi h eve any odor, anil of these nearly ."0 haw an odor which is. if anything, dis agreeable. AT 5r;e j. off mar; The Bowlin Alloy is Cool. The Beer is from Cold Storuire and ia Anheuser-Busch 5c. ARCHIE McGREW, 1 .,,.-. RdBKBT McCLKA RT. I "OPRIBTOM. GARDEN CITY RESTAURANT THE OLDEST IN' THE CITY. Enjoys Hie b-.st ttdndoig itii tra-lemen Buys eeiyth'iig at f iit e-a h price and gives ttie be-st 25e mcul. TUCK KING & CO, and 21 Washington St . east of Jacobs .V Co. Privat rooms feu-fnm lies. T:e-ie:s $l.'iO. S-ntrl" mfl s ". cents. Baiis of Strength. Bread I 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, a:id in the most perfectly appointed bake shops. Is pure, palatable and wholesome, .eing light, it can be eaten and digested by invalids. Phoenix Bakery & Confoclionsrj EDWARD EI3ELE, Prop. Etablishcd ISM. Telephone S91. 7 West Wafhineton Street. wVMf, 50 YEARS' .aaSR- EXPERIENCE J:.1 R- . v.. .-fvwniyn i. in i wim Y? ;-f e- Trade Marks 'iiJviaV Designs Copyrights &c. Arvotip ndlinr n fkrtoh nnd drcri;iron niT quickly ;ucprt;nn our iinion free whrihtT an iiivMitmn is iifuhnhlr patent ahlo. t'onimiinirti. tiotiflstrictlycnntttlontinl. Mnudixtok on i'ateuia l'atoutd taken through Munu At Co. receive tper U notice, wit huut cti.'tr-e 1.1 the Scientific Hitiericash A Tiandsonioir illnstrntoii wip!'!t. I.nt rir pulati'n i't any M-icniiln' j-mrnn! '1 i r i.s, fi i fojir; L.iir nii.Mtht, Jl. rtolUl''Ji TJcwfiehviirr. MUNN&Co.36'6-New York Umu.-li Ullicu. & V St Waslihujiun, U.U BREAD