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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: THURSDAY MORNING OCTOBER IS, 1900.
Gun Repairing. No matter what is wrong with your gun, rifle or revolver, we can fix it right here without delay, at no greater price than you would pav back East for the same work. If you want good work, guaranteed, you can get it in our repair department. Parts for standard guns carried in stock. Typewriter Repairs. We have the only shop equipped for typewriter repairing in Arizona and do work from all points in the southwest. Do not be imposed upon if you 1iave a typewriter it hat needs fixing. Itring it to us at once mid save your machine, 1 We could write nacres about our and not tell half. 25c and 35c PER BOTTLE D. H. BURTIS, ilSWjshinjtonJ FURNITURE POLISH zii WO 'H I m uaimui Say Dad You ear PINNEY & ROBINSON, The Gun Store. Established 1883. 40 N. CENTER ST Phoenix. THE BEGISTHATION Estimates Range Between 3500 and 4000. Tlie footing of the county registra tion at this date can only be guessed at. Estimates range from 3.500 to 4.000. The real number is probably nearer Uu latter figure than ithe former. At a late hour yesterday afternoon re-turns had been received from only one dep uty and his return consisted of nothing j but a book of poll 'tax receipts, of which only four had been used. The democratic central committee was busy checking up 'to find how much money it "had to pay in for poll tax receipt and also in entering up the correspond ing numbers on the registration affi davits so as to make things tally. The republican committee h;d made its re turns promptly as ithe law requires. Out of town registering officers will report today, and by tonight the pre cise registra'tion figures can be given out. From the flgutfs of those who con ducted the polling for the republican committee the registration in Phoenix amounts 'to 2.000 and on the south side S00. Secretary Hin ton of the committee estimates that these figures may be swell, d by 700 from country precincts. County Assessor Coggin reaches a 6imilar conclusion as to the regislra- -ON For Tea, Coffee, Spices and Baking Powder ONE THOUSAND BEAUTiEUL PREMIUMS on these Goods. Largest and Best Stock of Tea and Coffee ever brought to Arizona at the "Store That's Always Busy." McKEE'S CASH STORE Pemberton block opposite court house Telephone 263. Artistic Pianos If anything were needed to prove tht supremacy of the Vose pianos in t'hii field we should simply point to theii monthly sales. The -musical public has unanimousl recognized the as a leader and accorded it just de Bl't3. Sold for cash or on the monthly pay ment plan and for rent. We cell other makes of pianos a.'. priie and on terms that defy compe- iKfcn. j.fc:.lJlx.:.l:3f.ii H. O, MORROW & CO., n. . AKIN, Piupriatora. , Manage' 16 KA3T WASHINGTON STREET nlon by a. different process. He gave out altogether about 4.200 poll 'tax re ceipts and estimates that 1.500 will be returned. The "exempts" will amount to frjm 700 to 1.000. l!y "exempts" are meant those over age, those entitled to exemption by reason of military .ser vices, firemen, those who are crippl d, even to the affliction of ingrown nails. Members of the democratic commit tee believe the registration will reach 4,000 and one man attained to the high water mark guess of 4,200. It is reasonably certain that the vote will not fall below 'that of two .years ago and may, notwithstanding' the gloomy outlook a Week ago, grea.ly ex ceed it. It was two years ago a little more than 3.300. There were registra tions then which could not be account ed for a't the polls, and in the absence of the. poll tax qualification registra tion was so cheap tha;t almost 41,000 persons neglected to avail themselves of the privilege of voting. Very few men of. say even 3.S00, will naturally want to get all th y can out of an ex penditure of $2.S0. so that tl ere will not likely be a greait discrepancy between the registration and the polled vote. We buy and sell real estate for our selves and others The Evans Loan & Investment Co. o MASS MEETING AT TEMPE An Oat pouring of South Side Repub licans List Night. Under the auspices of th? Young Men's Republican club of Phoenix, of whom about sixty members turned out, there was held a rousing meeting in Tempe last night. Going over on the regular southbound train, which was held back, the club and speakers were net at the train by the larg.st crowd that has turned out at any political .lieeting yet held in that town, and to he music of a brass band playing pa triotic airs, the visitors from Phoenix were escorted through the main street tmid loud cheeis and Vjther demonstra tions of welcome, to the hall where ithe speaking took place. W. P. llichards acted as chairman "f :he meeiing, and after u few prelimi nary remark? he introduced Judge Kibbey of Phoenix, who spoke at some length upon 'th bond issue, showing .dearly and plainly the falsehoods and ,'allaciis of the democrats. Hon. Jerry Millay was next intro duced. He f poke upon the resources of .he territory as it is today as compared ivith ten years ago. When as a territory .tn effort was made to be adm?tted to :he Union. Mr. Millay said he did jaii know whether lie was an imperialist or aot. He n.y.ily did not know that he .vas sure he knew the "true meaning of ihe word, being a. little Jike a preacher who left home to attend a quarterly net-ling, and during his absence the jood people had decided to have a notto hung over the pulpit. His wife, writing him regarding the mouto, said that she had forgotten 'the wording of it, but would telegraph. The lett.r never arrived, but the telegram did, ind the parson's consternation ex iteded compreh nsicn when he read, "Urato us a son is born; unto us a child .3 given, six feet long and two feet A ide." Kxpansion to some looks ainaz ng, as regards- the islands of the '.'.icific, the doorway to Asia containing ,he greater ia t of the food consuming people on the globe, a doorway to the greatest market in the -world for Xmerican products, agricultural and Manufactured. "We must have them." said Mr. Millay, "and be expansion ists." The meeting was s'hort and spicy and .0 the point. It was adjourned at 9::!0 p. m. Tomorrow night .ihere Will be mother mass meeting at Mesa, and ill deemocia.ts are especially invited to attend. Many of the republican ounty. candidates attended a meeting iik Curtwright last night. A beautiful line of street hats just re eived at Scofield's. DISTRICT COURT rh3 Grand Jury Keeps Grinding Out Indictments. The grand jury yesterday submitted mother re-port containing two indict nenu. The first -was against Floyd fou'ng, an old man living near Me.-a, i'or incest. The complaining witness igains; him was his daughter. The tame of the- other indicted pers.n, vhose all. ged offense was aggravated issault. has been withheld. ConUrary t.) expectations, the grand iury i; not yeit dune with it.? work an1 will ni t finish it befute Saturday. V s going through c.uii'iy afT.iiis with line-toothed comb, d.-t-rniin.-d -tj fim! whatever irregularities, if any, may exist. Yesterday was the time f:1 for tlif pleading of A. ('. Porter, indicted fer forgery, but a continuance was al lowed until 'tomorrow. In the matter of D. H. Burtis vs. G A. Scroggs, concerning Tt-mpe note! stock, the plain-tiff was giveni leave to amend his complalwt and an order wm ill Abon t tlie "We were too busy to advertiie; everything Ls upside down and prices cut in two. Brussels carpet at Jl per yard; $1 all wool ,1-ply at SOc: Sr.c Peerless Ingrain at 70c, TSffi 60o. Cf.Wr.Oc, ."SIS 40c, 45fi 30c; 100 patterns of matting at 20c to C.".c per yard. Everything that goes ti : - ern Prices. Come and see us. We want SIXTH AYSNUE AND ADAMS ST. ir'aNew OPENS November 1st. and First-Class. Modern Family Hotel. Xot a Telephone 501 tor the present. made setting aside the order for a trial of the casi tomorrow. 4 In the case of S. Catherine Co.'tello vs. J. H. Costi-lio, for separate main tenance, V. J. Kingsbury and Harry 7.. Zuck of Tempe were substituted for Frazier & McCoi-Mack as attorneys ft.r the plaintiff. The hearing of the plaintiff's motion for the custody of the children of the painies was con tinued until today for determination. The case of Samuel Seigrest vs. E. .1. Skinner was continued for further set ting. o We lend money on improved real es tate for ourselves and others, oa most favorable terms. The Kvans Loan & Investment Co. THE PHOENIX CENSUS If Not the Most Numerous the Rich! at City on Earth. An Associated Pi ss dispatch to The Republican- last night stated that th" taking of the twelfth census hail co.-t $1,200,00(1. Phoenix readers of The Re publican will canelude that this is either a grtiit deal too much or not quite enough. Out of all that money Phoenix ought to have had a better showing than 5,500. A little more money for the encouragement of enumerators on the other band might have raised the population. Everybody here is 6ure that the count is entirely inadequate, bu-t no body knows precisely where to lay the blame. A part of the blame, of course, must rest upon the thousand; who went to the seashore and the maintains whiL- the census was goiny on: a part may lie upon the enumer ators, a part upon the foolish charte: of Phoenix and a part upon the imbe cility of the municipal administration, which was unable to employ even the foolish charter to the b .-t advantage and thereby lef: a great part of Phoe nix outside of it. but Immediately ad jacent thereto. There is, though, a grat consolation to the 5,500 who Wt re enumerated. They are shown to be the richest people on earth. The assessd valuation of the city is $4.27C.0OO, a wealth of $780 each for every man woman and child. Tuc son is shown by the census to have a population of more than T.ooo, The val uation of Tucson, which is calculate1 even more closely than that of Phoenix. U between $J,i)oo,OoO and $:;.oiii).0rt'J. They must be a poverty-stricken p oph there in comparison with Che wca!th eapitalitans. Phoenix does not like t. kick against the goads of the census drivers, but it cannot help thinking that a mistake has belli made by some body. The territorial population has been shown to lie 122,212, an increase of 105 pr ctnt ovr the last census. It has been gen lally admitted that a considerable part of this increase has come into the Salt River valley and a comparatively small part of it into any other region of the territory. The c nsus shows that Tempe and Mesa have had little: the farming area of the valley is not greatly enlarged and one na.urally imiuirts where else ould it lie hidlen if not in Pho nix. The Republican believing that a mis take had been made, -wired its Wash ington correspondent for conlirma tion. I The reply came back, "Population. I Phoenix, 5,541." This i- a wrong that I may r.ot b..- righted before the year j 1M0. Rut after all, these figures ate , n (ilia! and when the ofTii-iol eensus I rt port is made up somebody may c'is I over the tii.s.-i epaney. , Wiih pleasure I announce to th la di 3 of l'ii.)enix arid Maricopa county thai having '.alien cha r,e of the Sco field millinery establishment, I hive endeavored to prepare a tseiect line of trimmed work which I will show on Thursday and Friday of this week. Also a choice line of eastern patterns. Tou are all cordially Invited to attend. ELIZABETH E. MALEY. Rush? in a home at East- t j !5 your trade. HOUSE FURNISHING CO. I 21-23 ELLINGSON BLOCK ( p Sanitarium g AN ALLEGED KIDNAPPER M. L. Huston of Los Angeles, at the County Jail. I Milton L. Huston of Los Angeles was arrested late on Tuesday evening on a I leieyitaiii in .iait.nai xiuoiter cnai s 1111; j him with kidnaping. The complaint i against Huston was made by his wife, Rosa D. Huston, who had been di- vorced from him and been given the! custody of tilth" two children, Horace, j aged 3, and Esther, C years old. Huston i obtained possession of the children on October 7 and left for Arizor.a. He ar-j rived here nearly a week ago and took lodging on South First avenue, near the electric light works. The telegram directing his emst was received by the marshal last Saturday, but he could not be immvdiately lo cated. A man came on from Los Angehs last Monday to search for him and found him Saturday at the corner of First avenue and Washington street watching the circus parade. He followed Huston home and hunted up the officers. It was subsequently Jearned ,ihat Huston's whereabouts were already known and as he seemed unlikely to make an early move he was not arrested until the following even ing. A warrant had been received from Los Angeles but the arrest was made on a warrant sworn to by Marshal Hooker on "information and belief." and he will be tried by Justice John stone at 1:.10 this afternoon. He was accompanied in com t by his two child ren, both of whom seem to be greatly attached to him. Huston admits that he is the person wanted, but he is going to make a des perate fight. He lias employed Judge Campbell to represent him and Judge Baker has been retained by the mother of the children, who will arrive here this morning with other witnesses and the sheriff of Los Angeles county. If Huston should be held as a fugitive from justice application will be made for his extradition. In the meantime he is detained at the county jail. YOUR BEST WORK cannot be done without good 'health, and you can't have have good health without pure blond. Hood's Parsaparil'a is the great pure blo.d maker. It gives appetite, strength end vigor, and cures disease. ronstipatii.n 13 cured by Hood's Pills. 25c. SELFISH MAX. "Oh. mania, i've eoine back to you.'' "firacious, dear, whit's the mailer'.'" exclaim d he r.ioih "Oh, that a mm could be so selfish. so heartless. An 1 then when I accused him of his selfishness ho laughed in my face." "What was it? How wis ne selfish'."' "He told me he had got his Hie in sured for $.",i"i. Ex. A beautiful line f pattern hats at Scofield's October 18 and PJ. IX COLORADO. Harnstirmer I notice that our aiuli enees do not endeavor tn serve us wita raw omelettes in the sh"!l ot hit:'. Fnutiites N'o. T!uy do not wish lo waste any aamnition during the cam paign. Ex. NOTICE To CAKPEXTERS. We, tlie undei siund commi'i tee. duly aipjint. d at a- meeting of the carpen ters of the city of J'reseo'.t, Arizona, oil October 15 P.MVi, d h.reby natlfy all carpenters that there is a strike on at r ..i p j 'linn 1'iutf iui tMlu.llll.v u. h.ac.-?. i th.'.t there are more carpenters h re ' than can be supplied with labor. I ecu rrivF'Y H. iE. ROCERS. M. II. MEYER. I Committee. This is to certiry that hata for tha past tw.-nty attraction'. fS Col. Cody and the recniit-err: a "Stetson." There is nothing; like thsm. We are now offering fu'l effects in tourist shanes. "eaaO Thla-.ia to certiry that the John B. Stetson Company' hasmadeTmi I I i H we would like to about our complete line of Gentlemen's Furnishings, so just step into our store and we will show you why the Scriven Drawer never breaks and never needs patches. We will show you the largest and most v complete line of Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps in the city; Under wear from 50c. to $7.50 per suit, and an assortment of Socks, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, etc., that will make your eyes bug out. Speaking of Shirts, why not come here and be satisfied at once. There is nothing too good for Phoenix People, therefore we keep the best. PLANK Successor to R. H. Greene. FLEMING BLOCK. PHOENIX, AllIZONA. THE KIND WE RECOMMEND SEE ST IN OUR WiNDOW, LV-HULT'S CELERY COMPOUND. The Great Blood and Nerve Medicine. If will make you well and happy. $1 00 PER BOTTLE. E1VEY & Hll LETT, THE LIVE DRUGGiSfS. Sand 7 E. Washington Street. LOOK HERE! Po pi ices interest you? If they do, call and get ours and you will call again, for we sen all frui'.s and produce from 10 to ir per cent lower than any houpe in town. Compare our prices with those that others charge,' and see for yourself. 1 bunch White Plume Celery, 10c; 3 pound's Fancy Cali'fornia -o,L xoq punotl-R :oe- 'soojrtuox kay or Black Grapes, 4'k-; :! bunches any kind Vegetables, 5c. Our special pack Hulk Oysters, big as beefsteaks and twice as cheap, 1 dozen 20c; 2 dozen, SSc: 3 dozen, SOc. Drosscil poultry always on hand. Wholesale and Retail. CRABB-SlacBRIDE PRODUCE CO.'S Tel. 2S0. 12 North Center Bt t SALE OF t SHEET JVIUSICI We have several hundred cop- f ies of sue sheet music which we are; going to close out at 10c Xj per copy. This does not mean 2; the pie grade generally sold, $ but the genuine copyright i music. Here are a few samples Every Ra; e Has a Flag but the Coon. n I I D,.n't Like Xo Cheap Man. $ j Jennie Cooler. J aiy uear uni Village Home. ' I Wonder Where She Is "o- v' night. & You Musn't Try to Fool Your 5; Little Angie. J; Society Girl. &' Senegambia Tairol. Now It the Time to Buy 2 W. S. Jsnkin's Temple of Music, Agent, Pianolas, Eolians and 4 hJgh grade Tianos. 85 WEST WASHINGTON. Philadelphia,- Pa.,- May I5thj--'190"0V the John B. Stetson .Company" has;madejm j jars and they have always. glven.perTeefl of his famous troupe insist upon having ' assortment of staple soft hats and Who sell everything in the Drug Line. didt JEWELRY OfU XEW FALL STOCK is arriving earlier this year than usual. It is -worth seeing, at lea-t, and should be sufficient induce ment to purchasers to buy t heir Holiday presents in PHOEXIX. GEO. H. COOK .& CO., RELIABLE JEWELERS. NYt door to Posloffice. i R. E. H0LBR00K, Dentist. Rooms 2, 4, 6, over Postoffice, PHOENIX, ARIZONA. a new THE Phoenix,Hrizona,