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TILE ARIZONA REl'UBLICAN: SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER G, 1900.
7 i A a Hi ???SS9SgSSS!iSS9$S&i, i & J V' I 5 I 5: ' HOUSEHOLD HINTS $S$SSSS!SSSSSSVPSS (By Emma Paddock Telford.) ; Rc-.r.embcr what Poor Richard pays: , Buy what thou liast no need of, and j ere Ions thou shalt sell thy necessaries. Silks, satins, scarlet and velvets lut j out the kitchen nre. These are not the necessaries of life; they can scarcely be. called the conveniences: and yet, only Vecause they look pretty, how many want to have ihe.ni. Benjamin Frank lin. MENt:, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7. BREAKFAST. Niagara Crapes. Hornby's Steam Cooked Oatmeal. Broiled F.eefsteak. Baked Potatoes. Corn Bread. Coffee. DINNER. Vegetable Soup. Chow chow. Salted Pcanu.s. Belgian Hare. Currant Jelly. Sweet Potatoes. Succotash. Tomatoes with -Mayonnaise. Brie Cheese. Saltincs Apple Pie. Fruit. Black Coffee. SUPPER. Mushrooms, Creamed. Deviled Eggs. Bread and Butter. Celery. Sliced Peaches. Chocolate Cak. Cocoa. Jitsl why Poor Richard and nitnr eminent aposlks of economies. sliotPd invariably launch their philipp'es again femininity, with a "silks, sitins and velvets put out the kitchen fire." is a iiuestion open to debate. Are there not other commodities to he found upon the shelves of the fashionable tailor, the "gentlemen's furnishing store," th tobacconist's or the druggist's fto put it iniidly) that often prove quite as ef fectual as lire extinguishers? The oft uoled saying. "A woman can throw out more from a window with a tea spoon than a man can bring in at the door with a shovel" would in many case s be quite as true, if reversed. Economy in the household is a gam-: that two must play at to win. Nor is it always the great extravagances th it dead' in the lire upon the hearth. A tiny si ream nf little expenditures, inoi-vi-.Iually scarce worth the mention, is often quite us disastrous linan dally. Care must be taken, however, to dis tinguish between thrift and meanness: tun-, and false economy. The wo-ran who perform? prodigies of valor at the wr.shtub to save the fifty or seventy five cents charged by the laundress and then pays twice that amount to the doctor for his professional services in curing her lame hack, shows a lack of judgment. Ditto the one who stints fie,, butcher to swell the .offers of the drug. bie Vitamer, tlio nr.ri,.! . p II'TVllllSor (lis-iuiesnf the KeriemLlv. rSui I" HifpB-k,Vuiiiial mm I . - .- , r.amuiHiinK umiim, V arirwrir aim t n - i- i K I' '"ssrakyilHyiir MlRlil. V'r. veiitMqinekm-SHiit' ilinclnio.'-. lili-li if imtrlieckeij Iiwr ih Cr,"a",rr'"a a'"' "" ,",rrurs ' 'mniiteiiey. f I'l I1KM-: cleanses tl.e and rentorw small weak oTiVaii sT "'6IU "l a" ""l'u"ura- 1 1 ".-" .rT!1,".rf5T?n.f""rrFra.are ""'cured by rnototwii!90nercentarp troulited with Pro.tinHlK. Ctrl lUKNb the only known r. ni.-rty to cure without i.-i niw-ri.ii.m,. sum leslinii.niiils. A wrltipri ly ul ffpn f rn?ier"7 r7"r"" " B ' '1" s uol c-flucl a pcruiuncut cur. 4 LU a bol,6 for 1(0.00, A.i dress !. VOL nLUID.K t o, ilex For sale by en L. Bear, tons CANAl WAT and plenty more going the river is the present tion of affairs in the lEV yyyg THAT'S WEALTH ! Improved and Unimproved .Alfalfa Land is Selling Rapidly. We would like to make you acquainted with our $13.00 per acre proposition. . . . Remember this includes water rfcht deeded with the FOR FULL PABTICBXARS BUCKEYE CANAL CAPITAL STOCK. 31OO.O0O. 14 and 16 South J. ERNEST WALKER, WASSOX. Pres't. gist both rh. .11,1 f lllli-.l' iii order to.pave a niekle car fare. In these errors of judgment where zeal to.. often outrides discretion, it is usually the woman who is to be blamed, but in the -"silks, satins and velvets." ah no: 6 S While the cultivation of the olive is increasing in this country. Mr. Skinner, V. S. consul at Marsii.ks. write i to t li. state department that the acreage de voted to olives in France is annua ily liejorain;; less and the outlook for ol ives and olive nil in France is not at all encouraging. Even in that In me olive, peanut or nrachis oil. ei from the African f'ounil nuts, aie imported in vast iuant it i. s. of the r.ietel ; si-.lered superior for frying Not only is this oil used to olive oil, but is frequently us of it in packing the cheap purposes, adulteiai d In place brands of sardine?. ! The g.isironomi:- moiits of the lic'i, ! rip-, black olives, which until iatecv I could only be obtained in this i ottntry by special importation fl ora Spain and i Turkey, are at last finding recognition! here, and men awaken to the fact tiiat j the olive, like every other fruit, is at its ! best when It reaches perfectijn in its! own way and in nature's own good I time. Once eaten, the hard, salty. ! , wooden fibered green olive is banished j , fori ver. Green olives are a matter of; cultivated tast. Ripe olives need no j training to harm the palate. The j pickled ripe olives put up in the mis sions in California are sold lo ise in ' bulk. They are cheap: they are deli- ! cious. Once tasted, a dinner wiihou: , ; them is Hat, rtale and unprovable. i a i Tile little on s of the househo! 1. j whose individual needs aft. r the days of hih chairs and cradle are over, h tvo usually been ignored, have at last four 1 recognition, and it is now pos sible t . provide them wiih furniture mad, (specially for their use. Not only are there little enameled beds in brars .m l iron, but small bureau", ta bles, ehaiis ml toilet furnishings to correspond. Among the pretty con ceits for mns. ry furnishing an tables and chairs covered with Coiling.-, i.f , elves'. and gnomes and fairies. Ties., come in forest gro--ii, white and pink. . Children's desks in imitation mahog any, oak. maple ami white cnj::;. led are also much in evidence, and have proved a great incentive to the. small ! student who needs en ouragemen t in his literary or artistic labors. It isn't half so hard to write that duty Itil-r to "kind Aunt Jane," who remem beied bis birthday, or : opy those hated FreiT-h exercises or that "awfol com position." when all tiie perquisites of authorship lie invitingly beiore one. while th" artistic instinct with pencils, paints and paper are at hand and in in viting guise piwceds to flourish like ti;e proverbial green bay tiee. A new device for baby's ciimfori the little armlets used to keep the sho sleeves In place. This? are male i ribbon mounted on an elasli--. like rather fanciful garter, and tire u-ed place of pins to keep baby's sleeve ju t- i. i.,. -on .,i,.i-1 '., n .".full , ,ri.';Lii.o Hlleli :1m I.UmI ifl UI1 liu'oii. IllHtHltnil. rinlolim. Nrrioim IK-bltMy. iiu'lf 3r""6 Kan I'ranuicu. Cai. Pharmacy. . FULL 1 Ftp Lit down condi- CALL ON OR ADDRES3 AND LAND CO. Scccnd Avenue. Sccretiry and Treasurer. M. W. MESSIXUEPv. Vice-Pres't. v.heie you want it t.i stay. A novelty that all busy mothers will j appreciate is a stocking foot to be used ; in mending children's worn out stock j ings. Instead of the tedious darning j process the worn feet can be cut off and I new ready-made ones attached to the goo 1 stocking legs. The feet come in ! all the va' ioits sizes and may be bought I for fifty cents a half dozen pairs. A nut v.cf ily if stern will grate much more eas- J from the blossom end. The instern housekeeper, accustomed for years t the cso of the broiler in cooking steak, choj s. small birds anil many kinds of lir-li. finds to her utter astonishment in traVeVn through the west thai the frying pan is supreme and the broiler still an unknown quan tity. This not only in mining camps, on lanehis. in small settlements, and on the frontieis. but in populous an 1 progressive cities as well. "I have been out here two years now." said a young professor who made his homo in one of the largest cities in Arizona.- "an 1 onlv on e have I seen a broiled stt ak thick, juicy, rare and tender." In a re- ' gion here the most delicious steak-; ! and chops in the world are found it is j the almost universal habit to cut up ! suet in a spider and fry them slowly, until a tough and paliid brown. A shade better is the Chinese cook's way cf wiping off the top of the stove and browning the steak en the hot gri.ldies. While steak is at its best biviied over gas or charcoal it will pass criti istiT if carefully broiled over a. bright coal tire or even one of wood. Before bridl ing follow the English grill room cus tom of slightly warming the steak, but not allowing it to become hot as in that case the juice would be extracted. A: good plan is to set it for a few monr-ntsl i'l the range warming oven. Steaks! siioiiM le rut at least an Inch thick. ( Many prof.r them two inches. Tli i best sttaks are the porterhouse, sirloin. ! top-;-oi:nd anil cross oil! of the rump. If cither of the latter, it may require pounding with the meat hammer, but , siil.iin or porterhouse will not in ed it.! Turn off the suoerflu-ius fat. and re- move' the .hone, lis rving that for the' si-ek poi. Crease the gridiron with! se.i;e of the fat. and put in the steak1 with tie- ihiek'. st part farthest from the.' hanlhs. Hri.il ovtr a clear lire, turn- j ing ev.ry few seconds. If liked rare, i three or four minims will suffice. If well done, longer. Tile intense hert. wiil sear the icitsid". allowing none of j the juio ? to ( scape. Hive ready a 'iot j platter, and a hot tin plate, on which : is lila; ed oiie-aail ti ablespooiiful (.f bill- ! ter. teaspioir.!'i;l of : of whitp- pepper or soon as tiie si-'ak broiler, lay on the 1 the m.-lte-i iuitt- r. .lit. a n 1 a s iltspo in 1 lash of paprika. As is tali-a from the plate ami bast-- with I I la ving t h .roughly to tin- hot platter! seasoned it. remove which may havi b- p-n previously brush-, d a bit of Slices of p..l pari for each over with a elov onion, if -lesa'eil. lemon rubbi d in ley may b? used end of the steak. of garlic or i Two or three ! a lit tie chop- j as a garnisi Many first class c.ooks like h little to mato paste s.-rveil with their s-te lk. This is inexpensive, and is made by boiling down tomatoes to a soiid mass. A quart, of it will last a year: a le.--sp.'onful laid on the bottom of the plat ter sutli.-ing to season a large steak. When fried onions a: beefsteak, they may b proved by dipping the before frying'. e served greatly onions in with Loid- l,u ..UIC-. 1., one ut tile proved' sauces to serve with st ak. though its evolution is too complicated! for every-day s:iviee. In a grar.it Si'.u:tpau' put two tables? pnonfuU minced onion, a half pint -if red v. inc. half a bay leaf, a quarter clove of gar lic, a sprig of thyme, two cloves and a half dozen pounded peppers. Boil un til reduced one-half. In another s iuce pan melt a hfaping ta olespoonl ul of butter, add one lablespoonful of liocr. stirring over the fire until frothy and velvety. Add one and one-half cup boiling water, a tup and a half line cut mushrooms and a tablesp oonful beef extract. Strain the wine, adrl to the sauce, season with salt and pepper, boil ten minutes and strain again. Cut two ounces of marrow in sib s cover with boiling water and boil two minutes, then remove the marrow with a skimmer and add to the sauce with a teaspoonful fine chopped parsley. Ar range the steak on a hot platter, pottr the save? over it and serve at once. In comK suga qtlilli preserving or canniti: tender in water before ; '. as sugar will harden es. ; quri-ei elding tl unco - Shows TOUR FACE the state of your feelings End the state of your health as well. Im pure blood makes itself apparent in a pale and sallow complexion, Pimp'es and Skin Eruptions. IT you are feel ing weak and worn out and do not have a healthv appearance, you should try Acker's Blood Elixir. It cures all blood diseases where cheap Saisapa rillas and so-called purifiers fail; know ing this, we sell every bottle on a positive guarantee. Ben. L. Bear, wholesale and retail druggist, Phoenix, Arizona. PRESIDENTS LIKE SAt.'SACES. David Bennett Hill is nothing il vigorous and terse in hi? mode speech. When in the senate he 1 always of the sledge-hammer type speakers, and it would seem that lie not grown rusty in this art during his retirement at Wolfort's .Roust. It w jus; after the Kansas City convent; in July that he delivered himself i f charactei istic spet'eh i.-n the makir.g presidents. He was returning fr.ira i struggle there to maintain a semblan of conserva.t is .1: before ill - conven'.o when he was act oste.l by a friena ie:siste.l in asking him all manner questions what he thought of the p'at form, what he thou EVT-rj? uiugnt ut Bryan as- man. what he thou finally, what he though standard nearer. The ex-senator pus ed back his hat until his bald head 1- i ante visible, and pulling fierce bis . moustache, replied: "Oh. well, presidents tire very nut like sausages." "How so?" asked tha astonish qui stionei . "Oh, you like em better when don't see 'em made," replied the e senator. Saturday Evening Post. Mokl Tea Positively Cures Sick j Heaaache, indigestion and constipation A delightful herb drink. Removes all eruptions of the skin, producing a per fect complexion, or money refunded. 25 cents and 50 cents. Ben L. Bear, wholesale and retail druggist. Phoe nix, Arizona. If sins, that lll.'l v you missed punishment for your don't rejoice; il often happens a rooster's life is spared that 1-c In- saved for Ihf. pot another day. AtelilcOli Globes I POPULAR AdTertlfemotit under '.his head one-ball cent a word each iciertloD No nJvertieemcnt taken for led than twenti-flT centt. LOST WILDCAT A half-grown "wildcat." quite gentle, has strayed from No. i)Z North Fifth avenue. Suitable reward will be paid fur his return. 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 Firirt Avenue. Information free. WANTED Rookky-per. upholsterer, tailor, t -ek. wai:r: st.-. h iu.se girls. Territorial Employment Agency, Rooms and 9, P. O. Building. Phoe nix, Arizona. WANTED Spring ncss. go .l coti.lii I, o. Box rvd. w ai and silo', ha.: gun. TWO or three ni. e i o .-ms furnished f r h ius keeping: qua : lorati -n: one bljck from street tar line: no in valids nt ed apply. Inqvire 713 No! eh Fourth Street. FOR SALE On in f.'s Angeles tt'et. a; figure of the be : : saio ms i Hie whole sale dis anl terms which 1 hn.w you wiil take K at a paying saoion Wil;e Re. m 102 Henne I!!..ek. St., Los Aiijgelts, Cil. you want I-:. Wi is-t. W. Tainl WANTED A young girl to housework. 22-o Eas; Wa-l: help wit ingloii. FOR RENT CI. a :i:s: elsetrU- 1 : ris. 32 S.-.liii rnt'y fttrnlv and ba'e.i. mil Avenu.o :hed The I ANTED To buy a i-lose in. about ?el.':. Box S'VFhjenix. house an.l 1 it AddreS'S at on.-e, WANTED Hottp-ekeeper. middle aged, by widower, farmer. Address "3," this office C.OOD room with table board, for le or two persons. Pi private family, with no children. (!no:l cook. No in valids. Address P. O. Box S9fi. AICTION October 10. Wedn.sday, at! I'.i.-i East Washington street, at 10 j o'cle.ek. Mrs. E. S. C.ill wiil sell all her furniture under the hammer to the highest biddpr without reserve. No goods sold before the auction. Tiiis is positively the largest and best lot of goods ever offered in Phoenix it: auction. All high grade. Come. You are invited. Take East Wash ington street tar to the dcor. MRS. E. S. OILL, Owner. W. D. HAMMOND. Auction-er. LOST Satin gold, maple leaf brooch, moonstone center setting', surrounded with pearls. Liberal reward :o finder. ' VERNON H. PECK. IIOCSE fee rent: fiats furnished and unfurnished for housekeeping, and rooms fir lodging. ."4i) Nor.h Fourth Avenue. WANTED By tiiiudie ag-d woman, situation as cook or housekeeper in mining camp or small heel: compe tent and willing. Address E.. this otliee, or call MK5 North Second Street. WANTED A position after October 10 by Japanese: first-t la-s cook, also waiter. Inquire H. F.. California rrstaurant. North First Avenue. WANTED Maid for child twelve ; of age. Inquire Hotel Ai.ams. WANTED By Phoenix Hospital ciatien. girl for general housewa eats asso rk. WANTED Driving pony this winter, j for its feed. Apply at once. Ift23 1 South First Avenue. I FOR SAL.'-l-2-TJ Monroe -Bartlett and street, corns other pears. Fifth Ave. WANTED Housewi ily. Apply C-llege -rk in Place. small fam- LoST OR STOLEN One gray mare, one bay horse last Sunday from South Seventh avenue: reward. Inquire at this office. TAKEN A Defiance Pyke bicycle, from IMS North Center street. The taker avoid will pic further ise return trouble. at once and ! FOR SALE Cheap, with improvement.-?. East Adams street, en the premises. two house lots, No. 4211 and 4:17 i pply to S. Co ik. TWO brick hous.-s nici ly furnished for rent. Inquire 121i North Second street: Mrs. Emma Luke. j FOR RENT Nicely furnished (Mttage. ten minutes' drive from postulliee; nice surroundings; horse .-iiid buggy if desired. Address Box 722. DR. ALICE L.WVSON, tin: divine! healer aid clairvoyant. lif nailer, treats diseases of au kinds and gives' advice on domestic and business af- fairs. Treatments and sittings daily. ! Office hours. 9 a. m. to S p. ir. at 232 j East Adams, PHOENIX FOUNDRY N. P. McCALLUM, Prop. Machinery of all kinds All work in the .Mech.uiical Line. Ring up Telephone 63. 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 agents for I'abst, Leinps and the San Francisco breweries, Ltd., three o the best breweries on earth. MANUFACTURERS OF Mining, Milling and Machinery Castings STRUCTURAL IRON AND STEEL CONTRACTORS. revouaUia J iiacoincij Jiouslil nui caia, WANTS 1 WANTED The public to know tkat J. Ernest WTalker has the largest llet of real estate to select from, either to sell or rent. In the valley. WANTED. A RENTER 1C0 -acres un der Maricopa canal about three miles northtast of city. All in alfalfa. A fine chance to make money. See J. Ernest Walker, the Real Estate Man. FIRE INSURANCE a .pelaltv SOME ENCEPTIONAL BARGAINS an.l plenty of water in the Buckeye valley. Money always on hand to LOAN oi eood security. FOR TiENT An elegant six-room brick house on Fjist avenue; well fur nished; electric lights; bath, barn, etc. Apply to J. Ernest Walker. WAXTKD, A BARGAIN TAKER. For close in hou-e of twelve rooms. Partly furnisiied. Never vacant, and can be well rented any hour in the day. Fine shade, lawn, city water, good neigh borhood. This property far sale st a sacrifice and on easy terms. Party Koine espt. FOR I:T-:NT By November 1, a itin:--rootn brick hot: -e in Brill's addition! near tar line: splendid well of water: large grotinils. See me before it is taken. J. ERNEST WALKER, The Real Estate Man Remember -the office 1-1 and 16 South Second Av-nue. Tel. Main ."01. FOR RENT The upper floor of the new Ellingson block on Washington, betwe.-n Cent-r an 1 First fl:reets. Will be partitioned or left tntire to suit renters. Address Mens Elong son, Tempe. FOR RENT One. two. three " or four rooms nicely furnished for lodging or housekeeping. -lf-1 North Third Av enue. FOR RENT Furnisiied room. large, well lighted, southern and eastern ex posure: ba;.h: close in. 3HS East Van Buren Street. WANTED TO SELL Ranch and 7m provenn nts, 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 43, Willcox, Ariz. MRS. ALICE BASHFORTII, trained nurse. 2H2 Easi Adams street. Tel ephone 731 Main. FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY for ladies only, at the Chicago Store. NICE front room for North First Avenue. rent. Apply C4G FOR RENT Rooms furnished for housekeeping. No consumptives or children. Apply flrt West Monroe. WANTED A good lively man to sell sewing machines. Call at C05 East Washington Street. WAXTKD Dressmaking or any kind of sewing: children's garments a specialty, to take to Mrs. E. W. Con nell. 230 South Second Avenue. WANTED Board for gentleman, w ife and daugh, er. latter ag-u l. in pri vate family. The lady is an invalid. Address S. R. Tuiton. No. IS North Center street, slating location and terms. Must be reas inable. WANTED At once a oev.-lo-o,-.! o- un developed mining property. Must be cheap. Send I nvest cash price. No time for cor fer. Broker WILL sell st 1K.-.0 each, and a half park. respondence or second of . Box -Mr,. Calais. Maine. rven yearling steers at A. B. Chenoweth, four miles north of Phoenix FOR RENT House to rent; also rooms furnished and unfurnished. Inquire 51fi N. Fourth Ave. U'A.NTKD- Small ranch with some improvements, or small house in the ! city. A cash proposition. Give lo cation, price and owner's address. F. 1 1. Hutchlns & Co., 21S-21'J Fleming building. i 'WANTED At Hotel Atwood. Tempe, Ariz., a first-class pantry man. also second and kitchen man. Only those understanding their business need apply. Call at once. WANTED Al Hotel Atwood, Tempe. a urst-elass laundress. Call at once. FOR SALE A choice' piece nf business property that will bring good n '. urns on the invi s; incut. Tills is well located and cheap. FOR S. LE s i ral choice building lots on easy terms. A NICE cottage for sil-e op paym- nls. Modern improvements. SECURITIES mi l first mortgag. s bought and sold. HUGH M. CBEIGHTOX & CO.. ll'J N. I 'enter St. and MACHINE WORKS 2f to :):) North Second St. Built and Repaired. iM acliiiicrv, Sulios, Etc. MELCZER BROS. WORKS PoetelMtia bux Kj MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi enced card reader, tells past, present an-d future: Ladies, 2.7c; gentlemen, SO cents. Room 8 Gregory House. THE NEW DOMESTIC rents 75c per week. Supplies for all machines; repairing done. J. S. Eiston, 407 E. Washington St. LOST A ladies' groM watch, scroll work on lower half of both cases. Elgin Watch company manufactur ers. Finder leave at The Republican office and receive liberal reward. AN f ONE desiring to purchase prop erty in Jerome, or a farm on the Verde river or Oak creek, will do well fo wriie to D. D. McDonald, Jerome. WANTED Christian man or woman willing to qualify for permanent po sition of trust, here or in home coun ty. WOO yearly. Enclose self-addressed, stamped envelope, to Secre tary, care of Republican. WANTED Two dining room girls and a laundress. Inquire at the Sixth Av enue hotel, Sixlh Avenue and Adama Street. GRAND CANAL water right for sale. W. K. James, 11 North First avenue. WANTED Every business man In 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 styles are right. I you want bill heads or let ter heads or printing of any kind call at The Republican office or send word for our man to call on you. FOR SALE OR TRADE Will sell or trade gold claim3 on Camp Creek, near Gold Hill, for cash, ranch or city property. Ore from three claims ha-? been araMt-ered. producing $26 to $2H per ton, assorted ore. Also for sale, copper claims near Cave Creek. Mill sites with plenty of water. Ad dress Box 11, Phoenix. Arizona. rilOFElSSlONAL ATTOF.NEY3-AT-LAW. J. II. KIBBEY, A. J. EDWAP.DS, W. B Kifcbc-y. Kibbey, Edwards & Kibbey, Lawyers, 19-21 South Center St.. Phoenix, Ariz. Ground floor. DENTISTS. DR. JOITII A. LENTZ. DENTIST. Oil administered. Roorrm cTer Postofflc. H. .T. JLflSOP Pnt!t. OfTo T-T building, corner Washington mfj Cem ter streets, rooms 14 und It. V-'. G. LENTZ. Dentist, specialist in, Crown and Bridge work. Gas admin istered. Office Fleming Block, rooms 201, 202, 203. 204, 205, 20C. DR. i :- A. -ms '. WINEMAN. DENTIST. 4 and j. G po ling Building. ; 313. ( pp i.-ile Hotel Ad- MUS1C TEACHER. CASSIO C. RRANNAN TEACHER of violin and other stringed instru ments. Eibtcared by best European masters: methods the very best. Twenty-two years' experience in teaching. May be s-)".n at RedewiU's Music Store. ' CERTAINLY THERE- ARE TIK Si: who doubt, but v- have douVing Thomases everywhere. We also have a way to ratc-i a cm.; i. '."hen why not a way to rami ic? Tii'-se wh) persevoie are the ones to reap the benefit. Ca.il at core- ; Fust avenue and Jefferson street. WANTED A position as bookkeeper or manager: several years' experi ence; in cr out of the city; best of references. Address J. A. C, BoJf 596, Phoenix. CARRIED AWAY BY EMOTIONS. The boy stood on the burning deck And tore the gesiit air: The other fellow he!.! tlti e.-jac ks. White lie had but a pair. Detroit Journal. A j i. . I i i i : ian's : 1 a of r. pfl-llc need is fi-:n. thing ;o intitle him ti f id at the. j.t: ' '1 t rough. s o ' -lr-; 17T- - rvDCDiciurtr' m-Hfj TRADE MARKS Designs ' rim - Copyrights 4s. Anyone Pirllnff a skrtr h nnd do!CTiption may quickly nscertaiu our opinion free whether an invention is Tou:iWy v.itcntulil'. i'MHinninira tionsatrictlyeoiiht'Aiitin.l. H indtfiokori PntenLs sent free. l.Ul jti-eney fur ji'i!irm; jat4n:t. I'Mtents taken throut:h .Almm t'o. receive Sjifi-tl notice, w it hout ciire litth? Scientific Jltnericau. A handsomely illnstrrited weekly. J.nrirct rir puhiiion 4f uny ncieniiUe j.-i;rn:ii 'i'eriii-. i'-l a v;ir: f'lur rmiiillifl, i. Ssold byail new!viler. MUKSSCo.36,B'ohn-New York Urnncll Olllce. (Si K St. WaslitunlkU, I). C GKO. II. (ALI,A6BKB JUS F'FIELD. jSstiiiiatea Furaislied. Fifield & Gallagher GENERAL CONTRACTORS AMD SUPERINTENDENTS Rooms 11, 12 and 13 O'Npi!! Bulldlnj. PHOENIX, AEIZONA. P O. Box 573. QARDPN CITY RRST7.IIRANT i hi: oi.pm- r ix th c city. Mi:;ny- the l-'e-l s 1 i nl i tr cll'i :r.-e!emn linyse .-ei Hi li; at .et en ti price ;ni, p-i-.en trie bi-st 2"-e me-iil. TUCK IIINO & CO. ::i atul Ul Wnsliington St . ea-t of .laeot-s .V; Co. riivale room:, loi tuai'li-.-.-. iieke- il. -ti. .-unit mcah i tent-. ..IS. J