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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER G, 1900.
EttV-,-L..5i "- 1 i i.J " 'I ' otaer mmpmrnggix- J Actiflearanfy andJhvxptfy. Cleanses the System Gently and Effectually when bilious or costive. resents in the most acceptavit' ism the Jajratjve principles of plants tnotvn to act most I'CfieuciaJJs'. TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS BUY THE GENUINE MANF'f. EV CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. san Francisco, cal. lOUISVIttE.KY. HEW YORK. N.Y fr sale by diygfists price 50fperbor?'. Z. MORE ABOUT THE CANDIDATES ' I The office of district atairn:;.- is nn" of vast importance. 1'pon '.Ids oliiii.il devolves not only the prosi -euti rr. an 1 conviation of the criminal cias-is that arj a conr-tant monat-e to ! a e an i STOod order, but upnn his juu'.i.'at i often hans: .he light;- and lib. rti - o." ; good citizens far the time b ins. per lwsf. under supieim. Trie tX-lriel .K torney must not enly in- ci . rr.iuj enough to know whrn cnr.vK-tion of tit $mMxiJ fc&s mix guilty Is possible, thr.t avcidin.-? un- i t. at rf hi tl r!..'.1 force oC the ofiiec. necessary expense, hut able and wiillr.j; ! Ti.b- is , n!y or ." f n. i-iy ioiprovi -to irotret the riphts of ail. I'p -n )iis r-.c::;s ir.t:-.-.!uv.-d by the pre.-.nt Irras-' judgment frequently is al.-o has 1 ; ie ' uicr. Air.'.h; : !::: irtar; inn ivaii 'n policy to l:e pursued by other couniy of- ) v.sp t'l arli. :; :;:: ) n , seh.ro! tc.ii-h-flcia'.s in the aJinini.-'.r.t'.ion of their r - us' sr.'aries. Fcr irstanee. tearh.r.s speclive odices. He shoald tie. r. t'.-r ie i .t.' n- .v rccrdvlngr saiaries alrfa.iy ne.t only a lawyer of ability, but a man i earned, uhi. ii und. : t".e oil m thl! ti, .e pei sor.al "cl.a: a. i r is .r.ov re-' t't; v u.uiid rot ' '.ve rrvivi 1 ure.il, proaeh cue wlio has no hesitancy in ! t.e. I' ecntbi r. The n. oi. y v. ;; ji.l tve ; th. i.rfer.T inee. of iiis die.;.. t r.-o la:." i.J!'.' tin:l lire-: in th" 'U e.asury. j too t aser t' jt . ra: -i ize the in! ; ri .- " :' w.t ; . j it i? it e. in h. .t'.thy circul.i- : Oh isiggesf mm m toe ti ... 500 Horses pi 300 Performers r " feciX ... -r.ee .Vri . las.- , T-;.:- 5 Big Aren I Aerial En 1-4 Mile Race Track dL) A n!2mc, mpcsEKc, ideal, p&TSiOTiu - 8FSSTACIS, j THE G8LY EXHI31TISI3 IN THE WCHLD PRESENTING LAST lifpffllf ill 8I-H0R8E ACT. OR, THE LIGHT OF IiISiiTTe ! Pi r, ' i'"- tJ-?f!?8?e i cxn rim., at om-: time OVER 1000 PEOPLE AND HUNDREDS CF HOflSE: IN TH: CAST. ! O I IlKllI) I. u 'a? ff txiii I'tttt'li Willi IIY OMi J!,1N. rPAPT'C?! FAMOUS . ACTUAL PHCTOSnAPHiC Y,7 j CF THE TSEMCM0CU3 ' SENSATIOiA!. FiiNALZ O? O'BRIEN'S , , , r- . I , fa. (X'llX:X 61-WORSE ACT. - I ,'VV, .-'i ;,A' ,-ri' Tlh ii't ii U'l.- ..:..: v. ill : ? v-A-l AM XXXX XtXXXX FQ'JINE Ilerr Soulier's wutrlcrful funny fcilri t l.m.-s itirl Bit: now free street pa mile in ."0 Feetiuns erv morning ;it K o'clock Special c:i:eip o. nr-i niH on nil railrotnis Two eoniplite (-xliil.i- every tions daily, tit, "2 ami S p. in --Doors npfii one 1 1 i f c-ar'ier The acknowledged greatest i-luuv on earth Will exhil.it at PH0FNIX, MONDAY, OCTOBER 15. Prices Reduced to 50c. Children Under 12 Years. 25c. "Reserved nimiPi ri-d r- a ; s i:e! a lie;-, trr ftreelr;. I.'nbke ut'u.-r !iou pre . :. a: &roundo. ntaer?. In th'.' n oil r. Ui.n oi Arthur j. ar,;s, t'.ie r.'.'U'ili.ii:.' ; vhir outir.ty id ihe man y ivo r e lo-King f r. ra:i:? !,. a ftw yrats a-r. from Yal- Inil.. ro he w.is aswiattd u.iii I'll- 1 1 : :u v :,-w A: one ,.f li.e K-t !;:! .:v- e I. c i! fi::v in ;'. hl.lIo. r--ir.ce res r .-: ri"c nere ne nas sr. i (-: io'l.c fellow .-,1 -hi; profession. :-.avin.t be. n a 1 iw parttifr ::" .Tittlx? J'.ie'.c f : a 1.". 1 t.v years, lit- is v. . l.ttr-wn 111' n:,;-wi:t Imp country, is e .T.aa 'f :v. i y h-i'ills and his 1: - .:s.y a .2 J s a;.'.'.:.y of purpose is un- .-.ici 1. .V ,-.:. -:.u .11 nf reoul.ii c : e. v. i . ii ill .c. c. : : a Imir'.-tii : its of tl u 1 -:p'it'f c t't free rt'Ici ts or; lit Hi '.i i-' r..:.!i. . i i .: l.v. Ia hi.-' .v.-i ii.U. y A. J. K-lw.i:,is h.H ih! f;ii; ( v. '. r.'ir. ::; . f i :;:'. jn.l k !. ls. !i: . ..1. t' :a.;n' i..:i: i s v ii . r.a'izir.;; I! iv.-;i, p.fi'.;':: .f t'w Uu--- .It-fir,' di:i.l::;srct:r-n o 'ne lr. the b?St p.is V ; r.; ' s. I; i.. i i:-v.,l Vi..' clini i n .isiin.-c wi'l ivl:;v fr.-:u then " r.i x.vitnU'f B. i...:iii!a"ily, but n.-vcr-th.Ii-is ovcrwhcl tu.'rrly d.-foati-i!. w. i;.--.!X.i-:i:. ! Pilt re is very p;oi illy no i;nii.?"r : can ,i-.:.ttv .n la ' r-. ;;:;iU:-an -.iu!y . itirlict t '.un JTr. A". V.'. ?.re;-:-'.r.r: r. wh , i war-: rdv ,:t::::a:' 1 by aethva-axiiai for' ; t: 0.171-r. ;. , t Is i::t. . iw.-ary to spiral! ; ! of Mr. M r .. r:on.i !y. Kv.-r;: j I'tar.payfr in ;"a;- c t.y an 1 ntany who . a: o n-.-i taxpayer h.iow him ir..;m:itc!y. ! Ko has j.-,.mJ i-i i hp vality f i !o::s ar. 1 dttrlnsr ail '.t t !; l.as V,?cn -o; I rrniln-n.iy or . d wi:'.i the !ui- . r s ir.rt'i t-s;s i f ;'hi" ou:ity that al.nas. leviry fain;, r an I hn .- man has. ' bi . n brmiKht into contart with liiirr. C t;. ! h;'.: piih!:." services,. v.i.. :i or: 1:1 ;y. ':'! aro. r ;ul:!U'a:'s ; ak u th priiv. Th of the i two vta:-s. Tt Is n.'i m .-am tha.i i I,,:, e 1,,;, 1 n-ra.ed at anv ,y P;h r:i:l! Mr. M .;sinr,. ;-'s adve::-.. ' ' old and .s inie'.vi .iv h'.'.r riir.s m '.'n ids ' 1. : 1 bi -.-n . .:rd..- 1. Mr. Jies, rr... TS : P.-?.. hi'.-::: . .-v.m s . 'ni' :il',i tn.Kl.rn I conin-.on rs- ro :';".: i.'.i r'.n.l ?yK:C2iati;: ' t.-.r's. I !us re n aoro'aa;!iiy f: rcv.diiy t.an.-: !. An ir.styn"? nj h,rn ''((I'.e is sh.'.vn :.i'.'. .in of a nw t whi' ii is r.ally a eh t: .11 !.-'. rip; if ;':e li d;s. show vhc taxp.'.v.r th.- valuation the . int pi.'s an 1 kin ' if pr. .e.'.y u'.ii.-h he is. taxed and also the 1 : )i :::tiiii of h p... . l.:-:r.-. r i ix f i.' y.fiV) .-nt pur . h '..ix :iy. r wiio a .:. : t..is du obiiar.'l lo cj 'i t:-. and l.av; a; ;;r..;u .; :' al'e.l inf or:Tia tion wa - - - .' dire of ikj ire i.-- ' I:. alts ;-,vn him e r.f hi- own tirr ' and to rnoemx Uoi 3' wX : Wm cti JX MX M AOBOD.ITiO. miWW &lJBt&ty " , '. i 2 -;--:v-:.-.--n'-' .r. V: - .. .:-:e :i hiiw i.i II. i.i' I nio's ilru.r .,: i v.m ! art t ic- c.i oi art lion. It would ssam to be a g-ooi busi n f I . I'llcy to put the bey; -ibusiness n:aa in a rrspansiliie place, and a. Mr. jicysing-i-r T.d'i I i mvl-J to I:? th best, it oald iipptar iv,'- " a chans?;. Tin rr.a.i : ity f t'he people are not tin v;:e. r-Ir. Mcf?ins.-r espe: i.ily de F . rves the ':n,ly support of the rc-pubii.-an pa !;-. It will ts r.'m?ml?i r.:r it is n; o iotiT ao, wlien thi? ounty war, (i t.iinly Utnioc-iatic,. h used to aUo.v t,i:n?c!f t be nuninated for otli.-e wj'.li.Mit a h'-pe c.t : -u-e.--s. lie liun ar cameUy to reduce 1 d.-:;:.) !.;.:!. tr.aj irity. as republi can candidates now do to develop a r: publican majority. X. A. MOllKuUU. lie oi;i e if prelate judge is one of : i' titm : t imp r-.arte to the Individual ii. it-tan. Ft w. peiaapt-". expt. t to b3 in-o:sht dirfetiy in contaet with the .-ii. iff or the cri.r.inal courts." but any 1-' sldeiii may be samn; .ned any day to appear in relate court to defend his lij-hly. or ihe ciesin;,- of hi? career may at any unit pie. e under 'th? a iminiotra lini ci' th.:. l!ef the result cf a l..-n.f life of nil an 1 ambition. Two ars ajr the voters of this roi .-.y . elected f r that otiiee a most capable and respeeted republican. Jle was toon called to answer the summon.- rf dta-th and the baa: d oi sap. rv!.-i"i'S in its wh-deni e alk J t the vacancy Mr. X". A. Morf.n-d. the pres ent incumbent. During bis atiminis;-trntio:-. he- ha.j .cive-n 'the otPice his undi vided attention and har not only proved himself eminently iiualifie.1 to perform h"is ilntii.-. i.u; faithful to every trust, acvammodatlnjr and ysrecable in hi ic aiings vei.h .he public. In addition h" has fiiun 1 tim: to work many re forms in the c'.it-rritltat.'on cf the rec ords an.l their arrangement far facili tating busine.-'s Tilr. Morford came to Acix.ina in 1 -it' and stiortiy after pur-c'ha.-vd the Daily H.tald. which he con-ciiti-li cj f':t- lir.irly twenty year.-:. His ii'.'ws; ap. r -,vo:k was iK voted to the in ter, s;s of this vadoy an 1 territory and though alw.t?.? a on- it . eat and ai dant republican. px.-tis.m prejudge was mv.r alh.w i to stand in ta wny of the material development of the r, .- hi ri e s of Arizona. In short, the bi Kt yiats if his iif; have been given to the upbuilding: of this re.Tie.n &nf. with small re .-.tunc ration. His only official re; e:rnk;.i:i pieviuus 'to the of fice ho now 'holds was during: the years IMC and ISM. when as ten it .iri.il secrc t :ry he perf,.nne1 .thv dtnies of that idfice creditaiiiy t i himself and satis f ici.irily t '.'he people. He is pe culiarly fitted far the p. v.-'tioti lie now i.oids. by experience, 'by natural judg ment and a ltaov. 1. .lye of tire law sraili-c.-i .1 tln-ough a loiur and busy life, sup idt-mcntinK a g i. d university educa tion, lo phvin;- i eini hefo-.e the people as a candidate a. saeeeed hirr.r-e'f the r. .ul.!!. an pa: ty n it r.nly latognizttl iiis indiv! lt:a! claints 'to iirefermnt, but had in mind rite nomination of a can didate s well qualified. 'that his il. clii.n would be assured. He has b in tried an I found m t v.aniinsr and the best thiie is is i-":.'d enough for any vc-o r. A railway engineers motive in travel ing is a loeo-nmtive. THE INVINCIBLE MCNARCh' OF THE AMUSEMENT WORLD 65 Railroad Cars . 25 Elephants & Jt J00 Dens and Cages i 2 Acres cf Tents j $3,700,000 Invested $7,400 Daily Expenses tjitailiiLI lfli i IllUlgi:ii.J. XXrX X- 0 S3RS2CJi2LY ia'D tQ'iKo. ' - i4W-':eVX- rfer-'. i-irti r W a el. i n "U and Vit- li:irj.' - i -a I ti lf.-t ng"ii on chiitf World llli. 'X ' fX cf t:-; f.re I DON'T GET THIN Get fat; get nice and plump ; there is safety in plumpness. Summer has tried your food works; winter is coming to try your breath-mill. Fall is the time to brace yourself. But weather is tricky; look out! Look out for colds espec ially. Scott's emulsion of cod-liver oil is the subtlest of helps. It is food; it is one of the easiest foods in the world; it is more than food ; it helps you digest your food, and get more nutri ment from it. Don't get thin, there is safety in plumpness. Man woman and child. We !i send tru a little to try. if you like. SCOTT & BOWXE, 4oy Pearl street; New York ONE OF THE FORTUffATES Will Sexsmi'li Returns from Nome to Spsnd the Winter in Yuma. William Sexsmith was one of the in coming passengers on Monday night's castbound train, says the Yuma Sun. He was direct from Nome, having come as fast as steam by water and rail could carry him. He is the same big, husky, healthy Will Sexsmith of yor in fact, seems to have thrived and grown more rugged upon Alaskan hardships and the in clemencies of arctic climate. Best of all, he is eminently satisfied with the financial outcome or to be more exact, the prospects for a favor able outcome of his few months' ex perience in the northlaml.. And. indeed, why shouldn't he be? While 25,000 others were suffering and starving, out of money, without friends, unable to get work, or undesirous of doing so, Sexsmith and his three partners J. W. Davis, Ed Hunt and Al Wright "fed into" several pieces of good ground with which they would not part for less than a handsome competence fo" each.. The manner of securing the clair.s is best toid in Sexsmith's own words: "When my partners and myself got together at Nome,' we were not long in finding, as thousands of others had. that there were hundreds of people for every claim in 'the country and hund reds more for every jub. The country was located up- and down the beach and on every creek to the very limit of the km.wn gold-bearing region. But we were determined to have something if i' were possible to get it. So Davis! sir-cl; down for the Golofnin Bay coun try, end Wright made for the Port C ttietue region, in his hunt for gold, reathing as far as the Arctic Divide. Hunt went inland, to discover, if pos sible, new creeks and hew diggings. But I didn't go far. Within two miles and a half of Nome was I'.ourbon ci eeii, from which a great deal of gold was be. ing taken, and I thought it possible there might be a piece of ground over looked. But I couldn't find any unoc cupied, and even deserted Bourbon creek to make similar Investigations on other near-by creeks, but with the same lack of success. I made daily ex cursions up and down thee sire.iins. where everywhere men were taking out fortunes, until I had thoroughly satis fied myself that the ground was all 1 claimed. Then I went to prospecting ' with a tape-line, and the first claim I I found v.-hi eh exceeded the limit 1 1 jumped the fraction to which the j claimant was not entitled, and went to J work on it. Of course, there was a howl. but I made the owner survey hi. claim ' and the fraction proved to be mine. I secured two other pieces of ground in j the same way, and when my partners , came in from their trips we all went to work on them. We haven't made much money so far, but have cleared ex penses and have some valuable claims. We have mopped work on them until spring, when we will resume operations just as early as we can get on the ground. , "Wright is now in New York, but will I he here before long. Hunt and Davis1 have probably started home already " ilesrs. Sexsmith. Wright, Hunt and Davis are not the only Yuma men who have made a success In their quest for i Alaskan gold. B. A. Haraszthy has a 1 good claim and expects to take out a j fortune. Ed Dunn anrl Tom Ferrie, j who are in partnership, have some val- uaoie properties, and are already re alizing handsomely, while Ward Priest, who has been their foreman, has se cured a claim from them anil will go to work nn his ewn hook next spring. D. I. add. the owner of Fortuna, is. iiccoi ding o Mr. Scxsniitli. the largest and most sueccs.ful operator in tho country, and to use liie hitter's own words, "will not ouit taking out gold as long ;is he lives." r DOES IT PAY TO BUY CHEAP? A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all right, but you want something that will relieve and cure the more se vere and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles. What shall you do? Go to a warmer and' more regular cli-ma-te? Yes, if possible; if not possi- l.l.-i fnr Vc In i.l'!lO. r.1 a , i Ilia only remedy that has been introduced ; in all civilized countries with success in severe throat and lung troubles, j "Boschee's German Syrup." It not only heals and (Stimulates the tissues to t destroy the germ disease, but allays iallainiiiation, causes easy ixpectora-i tion, gives a good night's rest, and! .i iiii-s lb" patient. Try one bottle. Kcc- ' oiiiiiirndi d many years by all ding- ! ri:'!r in I ho world. I'urpaie by d'alers in all cr. allied couuUks. WATER WHILE THEY WAIT Cibola Faimsrs Will Put ia a Pump ing Plant For Irrigation. The problem of a gravity canal has not yet been salved by the t'ibola larm iers, constituting what is known as the Cibola Canal company. The originally constructed canal, purchased by the present owners from Holcr.mb and Me Carroil, the prometei s, aad a few oth ers, has proven a failure, says the Yuma Sun. In fact, it proved a failure soon after U (hanged hands, but the company tenaciously stayed w '.h the proposition to make- it a success, and a goodly number of hard dollars h?ve fol lowed the purc'hase price to that bourne from which they will never return. It is now seen that '.he site of the head ing will have to be changed, and that will tak time and mon ;y. The money will be forthcoming all right, but while the enterprise is being pu't through no crops can be raised cn acount of the lack of irrigation facilities. Anil the Cibola farmers are worker?, not wait ers. So a n w company has been form ed for the purpose of erecting a purr.'p ing plant of sufficient capacity ta sup ply the present needs of tho settlers and afford them an oppcttunity to at least raise feed enough to run them until the gravity canal can be complet ed. They are now negotiating for the purchase of the Carolina Vunipinij Co.'s plant at Clemente, in Colorado valley, whie'h has not been in us? for three or four years. It is a large plant and will supply a great deal of water. There is not the slightest indicaticn on the part of those interested in Cibola to give up on account of the reverses they have met with. On the contrary they have heen male the more deter mined thereby and have no doubt of ul timately making their section one of the most beautiful and prosperous in the county. The present gravity canai has its present heading in a place ill suited therefor, being cut out where, there is no protection from the washing of the! river, and the waterway is simply a chain of sloughs which ren lered quick and cheap construction possible. The nw canal will head a'cnort distance up the river in a hard mesa bank, and af ter cutting through similar material for something like half a mile, will skirt the mesa, the highest land possible be ing followed, to 'the site of the present reservoir, where it is possible to im pound an enormous amount of WTiter. B.-low this point whatever canal has al ready been constructed will be util ized. Stato of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County, ss. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. ! J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUXDRED DOL,- LARS for each and every case of Ca- tarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. ,-iwoi n to -oeiore me ana suoscriDea In Ml v riT-eJCT-ir..! this filti A-jv jif IWam. ber, A. D., seal ISSfi. A. W. GLEASON, Notary Public. Hall's Cartanh Cure is taken inter nally and acts directly on the blood and mucous .surfaces o" the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists. 7Sc. Hall's Family PilU are the best. ENDEAYORERS' MEETING. Members of the Society in Illinois , Wisconsin in Session. ii nd OIney, 111.. Oct. 4. Olne-y is dressed! in gala attire in ii.mor of the visiting! Christian Emieavore-rs. Dei-gates to I the fourteenth annual siaie convention ! have been arriving throughout the day, and if the predictions of officers end I leading 'members cou-it for anything: the attendance will far exceed that at j any previous convention of the state , organization. The largest delegations so far are j from Chicago, Peoria, Springfield, j Rockford, Fret-port, Champaign and Galesburg. The proceedings will for- mally open this evening with an inspir- j ation service. The devotional services : will be conducted by Rev. N. J. Wright of OIney and Pro.fess.or E. O. Excell of Chicago will have charge of the musical i portion of the programme. H. H. Mar- ! cussen of La Grande will lead in prayer j and the sermon will be delivered by j Rev. Milford H. Lyon of Chicago. The j convention will be in session until nextf Monday. Dull Headache, Pains in various parts of the body. Sinking at the pit of the stomach. Loss or appetite, Feverlsh ness. Pimples or Sores are all positive evidences of impure blood. No matter how it became so it must be purified in order to obtain good health. Acker's Blood Elixir has never failed to cure Scrofulous or Syphilitic poisons or any other blood diseases. It Is certainly a wonderful remedy, and we sell every bcttle f a positive guarantee. Ben L. Bear, rrliolesale and retail drop-gist, Phoenix, Arizona. CLOCK ONCE NAPOLEON'S. Baltimore. After a long search a precious relic of great value which was stolen several weeks ago from the' home ; of Dr. George Ueuling. has been recov- i en d. 'The relic is a beautiful old man- ; lei clock, which was once the property j of in, prini-e parte Sew is. Dr. less a person of warriors. than the famous; Na-poleon Bona- ; al years ago. while visiting Par- . Ueuling, who is regarded as a; connoisseur in everything antique, pur chased at an auction, for $i00, the fam-I ous old iclock. After he had secured it its full history was unfolded, and the doctor received tempting offers for the clock from persons who admired its beauty and venerated it as a tiTiepiece; that once told the hours to "the Little Corporal." The clock was taken from the Tuileries at the tim? of. the des'ruc- tion of the historic and splendid palace by the rabid communists. It must have been found among the ruins, for even yet it retains the marks of fire and smoke. j The Napoleonic clock is -about twelve! inches high and eighteen inches in ! width, mid th frame is of nirnrnificont inahognny of exquisite color. Tivj deii-: caUly ttatt-a sold hauda are on either! A Rare Opportunity. Everything We Offer fpnf loss Than fnsf Prire Utff3 We wiil commence the lt of October, to clo&e our immense stock of MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS and SHOES, LADIES' AS WELL AS GENTLEMEN'S. We will al-o irtf.nm the public later when the sale of our CLOTHING and HATS will commence. Our Slock in all these lines js complete as our new purchases f.r Full had already arrived before we concluded to close out the diflVrent lines nruntioned above. We will continue to have a complete stock of Groceries, Hardware, Implements, Wagons, Caniages, and Harnesses, which Ve offer to sell right aid give you ONLY strictly FIRST CLASS GOODS. ' GOLDMAN .& CO. California Restaurant, Strictly First-Class. Best Meals in the City. Satisfsction Gusianterd in Ivny Bpct side, and the fancy work on top of the frame is massive gold. The dial of the j clock is ivory, and the figures of solid gold stand out in bolil relief. The hands are very delicate and the gold in them is of the purest. The old clock on whose dial, the eyes of Napolecn must i have often rested in mcment's when he ' was contemplating changing the map of the universe was still keeping time when the sneak thief stole it from the j mantel in Dr. Keuling's home. j A detective heard that such a clock had been seen in the window of a store in the northwestern district, and the storekeeper who purchased it gave it i up. The antique and interesting relic I only cost the storekeeper fifty cents. A man sold it to him Saturday evening! for half a dollar and seemed to be glad ' to get that much for it. The store- i keeper had no idea of the vnlne r,r tho j clock and, of course, never susnttcted it I was stolen. i i j Experience is the Beat Teacher. Use' ! Acker's English Remedy in any case of : j coughs, colds or croup. Should it fail 1 i to give immediate relief money re-' j funded. 25 cents and 60 cents. Ben U Bej wholesale and retail druggist, I ' fnoenlx, Arizona. QUICK CURE FOR A SCALD. Attempting to lift a boiler of hot i water from a stove recently. Jennia 1 Bossert, a 14-year old girl of Rose ! I Glen, was terribly scalded by letting it: slip from her hands. Hearing the girl's screams, her mother ran down stairs I and tore every piece of clothing from ' her body. Then she carried her daugh- i ter out to the garden, where the father ! was working, and the suffering girl was j covered with clay, leaving only her face 1 exposed. Tlhis treatment had a magic- I al effect and Jennie soon ceased cry- ' A physician who arrived later! s'''d that the remedy was the best that' could have been applied, and un-' doubtedly saved the girl's life. The girl ; THE MIDWAY. 5 POINTS. The Best .-f Win', Liquo:s and Cigars. 5 CENT BEER. Stiictiy Private Wino Rooms in cnnrnTlion. Piano for n-e of guests. Tclcphoue ll."l. JOC BRANCN, Proprietor. -AT- 6)e JiOj-fmar; The Bowling Atley lm Oool. The Beer la from Gold Storage and la All!iii 5 Ca I ARCHTK McGBEW, Rt i P R KT Mrf.l.KA fit THE PALACE HIKSCHFELD & PERKINS, Proprietors. Import- d and Domes ic Wines, Liquors and Cigars. PHOENIX, ARIZONA fcTfdlf.iS.iCfiiK t?.i.ci. i w Si ' I The City I I TaiSors. 1 w W c have just opened with : the most complete stock of rv (' Voolens, Cassimers, ; i Wosrted and M lmpoited Cheviots. ;j S Therefore e have no oldie; 1 J stoek. All girments made in j our shops. g I Goidmin & SiJvensaa.l H Rooms tiixl 7. Cotton Bldg, v over National Rank. i- JT .X-.f jBf'.?l Below Goes at 25 Per North Fiesx Ave Opposite Gazette Office will be well in a few days. About a. vear ago Mrs. Bossert saved the life ot a neighbor's child in a similar way. and received a handsome reward for it. The remedy, she says.- was told to her by a German doctor. Philadelphia. o At certain seasons of the year peo ple take more Interest In their winter's wood than in baseball. No woman can claim to have any practical sense who talks of the depths of her nature that are never stirred. THE COMPANY P-tscott, Arizona. Wholesale and Retail Dealers. 1 We purchase all commodi ties in carload lots, and can eupply everybody with everything We Respectfully Solicit Patronage. If You Want Good Meat go to Tribolet's East Washing ton Street, Op- , posite the City Hall. Largest v Cold Storage Piant in the territory. Skillful cutters, prompt service. ; S.J. Tribolet Do Not Be Persuaded by over-persistent salesmen to buy a. piano until you have visited our-ware-;? rooms and examined the " - -tr- 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 mi nt plan. We sell other makes or pianos at prices and on terms that "fy conipa titioti. II. U. MORKOW A CO., V. . AKIN. I'reirlptnrs. Mangi lb EAST WASHINGTON STKEfJ rif(l Hurmister