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-THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1900.
7 THE LAWS' DEMANDS Piipoaition of Recent Cximiaal Cases in Graham County. Below is gi.n a report firm the Bul- I .tin tf the action taken In the Graham coomy district court on a large num ber '.iT rrlmlni,! ,.0.0 , ,.1. ?ZTrliCt gret"deal. f att - n - Territory vs Providio Madrid. He had hi8 trial on Thursday last for aggra- ated assault an4 was convicUd as' charged in the indictment. The of- ft-ns-s was commuted at SafTord. The trial of Donaciaiw Corcna. for EPrlee la the Best Teacher. Use the murder of McG.egan at Guthrie Acker-a English Remedy in any case of was commenced on Thursday. He was couh"- co,ds or v- Should it fail defended by F. B. Lain- Eso The ' to eive mediate "lief money re wifnesees for the prosecution w-er? funded 25 cents and 50 wnta Ben Ohas. Schaeffcr. Juan Fierro E M B'r wnolMale and retaU druggist, Williams. T-:i.- n-itn. rr. ,, I fens were Donaciano Corona and his w ife. The Jury remained out all night ami next day finally brought in a ver dict of murder In the second degre?. .Miguel Rojas, of Solomonvill:. who was convicted of aggravated assault on I A typical hat for winter wear has its the p-reon of Rafasl Aranda, was s?n- brim lurm;j up on ea -h side and swath tenceo to pay a fin:- of $150 or remain in j , , ,. . , . jail six months. ,n. ed m lace, which is fastened at th Toman Mora, convicted cf burglary in the second degre. committed at San Ji se. was sentenced to five years in th: penitentiary. : Andres Garza, convicted of burglary In he first degree was sentenced t five y-.ars in the penitentiary- Pablo Norte and Ramon Olguin. in Oictcd for grand larceny committed a: Fort Grant had their trial tin Friday last. Thjy were convicted as charged in the indictment. The trial of Lorenzo Guit'.-rrez for the murder of a. mexlcan named Vjzza. was commenced on Friday. It was a cold blooded murder and the jury promptly returned a verdict of guilty of murder in the first degree, and fixed he punlshm.nt at life imprisonment. T. rrit-ry of Arizona vs. Walter Fos ter; on motion by counsel for th - de fense, this case was continued until the- next term of court and the defen dant remanded to the cusiody of the dieriff. Territory vs. Jesus Gall gos. indii t 1 f v murder. n motion of district at torney the- case was dismissed. Thj case of IMonicio Am1.u ;i. for forgery c'limiitt.d at Clifton, altering mi u- count look with the Arizona Cop per company, ivas tri d on Satunl.iy. The jury disagreed, six irr a.-eulual and six for o-invictlon. The case was retried Monday with additional wit nesses and the jury returned a v.rdict of guilty. Territory vs. Ramon Olguin. convict ed of grand larceny, sentenced to three years in 'the penitentiary. TeiritJry vs. Pablo Norte, convicted of grand larceny, sentenced to five years in the penitentiary. Dionicio Corona convicted of murd.r in the second degree, sentenced to twenty years in the p'nitentTary. r.raulio Madrid, convicted of aggra vated assault, sentenced to one year in the iK nitcntiary. : rcnzo Guitcrrez, convict. d of mur- MANHOOD RESTORED2?g. bi V iLaiizer. the prpcripuoo of a famous Frenrb piiysirian, will qnlckivcure yon of all nervous or diu-n of tb freDer&uve organs, such as t NanhWd, InMmnl ! la Sb Bafk, ftial .aiilai. .rr?oa Illllt.T. Pimples I. flls 4 Jlmrry, KitaftwtlBg lrlB, Tric-el mm Consllpssviiosm. It up ail kisses by day or right. Prfventaquicknemof diacbHrec. wbirh if Dot checked leads to Spermatorrhoea and ail the horrors of imooteory. 4 1' PI DF.'E cleanses liver, the kidDeva and the urin&rv nrraaia of all imourUiea. I'L'PIDKS E RirntrLheaa ftDd reatorya smal I weak organ The reason aufferera are not cured by Doctors H heeanse 90 per cent are troubled with Irotlll. CHI'IDENK th orrly koown remedy to cure without n operation. IV)00 te?uinioiiiiil A written Eiiarantee siren and moiy retnrned if hoxeft does not effect ft pcrioauoot dara. L0Oa box for td.0(V mail. eend for riKic1rciUr and teMmcn)ia. Aadre-s pA VOL JsXDI113 K o. flex TfZB- Ean Ynuxjeoo. CU w TCf-ul U hWi Kejtsw ?tarravy JJ life' AlCANAt FULL OF WATE and plenty more going down the river is the present condi tion of affairs in the BUCKEYE COUNTRY. ''"HAT'S WEALTH! Improved and Unimproved Alfalfa Land , is Selling Rapidly. We would like to make you acquainted with our $15.00 per acre proposition. . . . IS Remember this includes water right deeded with the FOB FULL PARTICULARS CALL ON OR ADDRESS BUCKEYE CANAL AND LAND CO. CAPITAL STOCK. $100,000. 14 and 16 South Second Avenue. J. ERNEST WALKER, Secretary and Treasurer. J. C. WASSON, Pres't. M. W. MESSLXGER. Vice-Prcs't. ic cr dr in the first degr-s, sentenced fj" life. Thursday afternoon1 sentences wer passed by -:he court on John R. Ward Han Pipkin and Dionicio Apodaca. In passing sentence on Ward the court took into consideration th-.- testimony tn his behalf for peac? and qui-tud also 'n'3 decneanor upon the witness Ktand when testifying. Ward was sen tenced to fifteen y.ars in :h? penit;n-l ,:ian Pipkin, alias Red Pipkin, was sentenced to ten years in the peniten tiary for grand larceny. monicA( Apo ;n forf a was s.ntenced to years for forgery. r"""11. FRILLS AND FIXINGS The latest psuicoats are mad ot sat in foulards, fluffy and soft. se In Iront by a carab or an eagle Kit buckie and is allowed to drop behind. On the crjwn will be flowers: und.-r the lace on vhe brim velvet and ostrich plumes. Ostrich feathers are in enormous de mand for hats. They ar. u-ed with a drooping effect, and are 'set oftener than r.ot so as to fall around the ears. On many bla.k and white hats the trimming is on? long black and on? whit? plume. These are grouped, con trary to the general rule, which is that ostrich feathers ar. s?t singly. Wool aT a trimming medium is enjoying- unprecedented popularity. Woolen a.ccs ar? beautiful and partij u'arly appi cpriate as a trimming for cloth, n r.aiysari;e patterns are matl; of n:i!ie.v white, cream or strins cjI-oie-J wuirkri braid, with ail Uie cbwe'o and other s;:le-hes of real lace don- in woolen thicaus. This triiiiniing i.-; to o had in bands in lace, or shaped pie ces f .r collars, cuffs, Vests and yoke decoration. Moki Ti. Positively Curat Sick ITeadache. Indigestion and constipation A delightful herb drink. Removes all eruptions of the skin, producing a per fect complexion, or inonpy refunded. 25 cnt9 and 50 cents. Ben L. Kcar, wholesale and retail druggist. Phoe nix, Arizona. WOULD BE INCONVENIENT. "Your speeches," the political man ager said, "are polished pieces of ora- tory. but they are cold and unsympa I thetic. They lack tire and nervous I force. Before you started out as a campaign orator you should nae equipped yourself with a set of earnest political convictions." "If I had." coldly retorted the hired spe-llbinder, "I couldn't be mak.ng fpeechts for your side, could 1'.'" Chi cago Tribunev Kf cr kw cf cr cr cf cf cr Flourishing S S That is the only way to describe the condition of our business. We know how to do plumbing and steam fitting. Accordingly, we get the orders. Our stock of plumbing goods and electric and gas light fixtures is the most complete in Arizona. Call at the store and we'll "show you." THE SCOVILLE 114 WEST ADAMS STREET. EXPLAINED. "Strange that you have never playei golf, when you live so ri:ar the links." "Hardly strange. My mother-in-law. who lives with us, is a fiend of the game." Brooklyn Life. If You Want Good Meat go to Tribolet's East Washing ton Street, Op posite the City Hall. Largest Cold Storage Plant in the territory. Skillful cutters, prompt service S. J. Tribolet Arizona Loan Office.! Money Loaned on Vatchp, Dia monds and other Articles. Highest Prices paid for Gold and Silver. Spectacles and Eveglasses Correct-! ly Fitted. i All Traasanions Strictly Confidential. 41 N. Centor Street. Phoenix, Aris. Near Hotel Adams. j UAKDCN UI V KCMAUKAm THE OLDEST IX THE CITY: Enjoys the bent standing with trmdemen Buys ereryth'ng t spot ca h price and gives tae best -3c.meal. TUCK HING & CO. ir, and WanhiDRton 8t , east of Jacobs & Co. Private rooms for lam 'lies. Tide's M SQ it cr cr cr cr if c PLUMBING CO., Something Savory for Dinner. The smell of vood meat a-cooking to ai hungry man is lik-j incense in the ncelrils of the devote. We just said good meat. To secure that culinary perfumery, then, order your rili roasts, joints of mutton, legs of lamb, steak-?, chops ali the delicacies in the meat !in; at Hurl.y's. an-J be content. Nt- w'.iere- in the city can you get belter satisfaction as to quality, quantity and price. i P. T. HURLEY, 3 Weal Washington St.. "Phone 1 2 THE IBashford - kmistcr company Pescott, Arizona. Wholesale and Retail Dealers. Wc purrliaFc all commodi ties in carload lots, and can t-upply everybody w;th everything We Respectfully Solicit Patrenajrc. it, V .n.v POPULAR aarsrtlMmanta under this head one-halt eenta word aach innrtlon. No adTertlsementtaken for leu than twent-flT oenti. HEADQUARTERS for tourists. Com plete city list furnished houses and rooms for rent: suites for housekeep ing: city and country board. Weirlck & Latham. 32 North First Avenue. Information free. WASTED Managing engineer "for 'steam laundry. pantryman. coat maker, laundress. woman cook, stenographer, nurse girl. Territorial Employment Agency. Tel ephone 2993. P. O. Building, Phoenix, Arizona. FOR SALE Two wall t nts. n w. one lixlfi -with fly. the other 12x14. Extra heavy. F. L. Davis, 526 South Sec end Avenue. WANTED TO PURCHASE Tents or tent nous.-. 120 South Third Avenue. WANTED Situation by first-class white cook, city or country. F. R., this office. LOST Linen dust'jr on Washington, 'enter. Adams or Firs.t avenue. Re turn Cj-clonj Delivery office and get reward. IvAKGE, pleasant front room, lovely poivh, and other pleasant rooms: al ways n-eat and clean: electric lights, telephone and bath, at the Dorris Hous -, 32 South Second Avenue. A LADY withes to go: work by th; day. Apply Room 1. The Dorri3 House. WANTED Situation by Japanese. first-class family took, just from Los Angel s. Address Matsu, 33 North First Avenue. FOR RENT Small ranch, t." a month: good well, shade trees, plenty of water for irrigation. Address two blocks btdow Santa Fc stock yards. FOR SALE The fameus white free stone peaches; none better for can ning or preserving, and a first-class ffhrppsr: gr t prtce and leave orders at fruit stand opposite Boston Store or ai'.ir.ss Charles T. Wise, Mesa. A. T. WANTED 'By an experienced ladles' and children's hair sviampooer, a po sition, or will Join ire partnership AdJief-s N., P. O. Box Nc. 652. WANTED A nurse girl at once. Ap ply 104S North Center Street. FREE On hair dressing, any style, to every lady having a shampoo this week, at Mrs. Walker's, over post office. SPECIAL prie-e on course of scalp treatment at Mrs. Walker's, over postofficc. ROOMS WANTED Two nicely fur nished rooms and kitchen for ligfv housikeeping: no sickness. Apply early-Monday morning. F. H. Hutch ins & Co., 218-219 Fleming block. FOR SALE One Blue Flame thre burner oil stove and oven, new: good baker. $10. One vapor bath folding cabinet, new, J5: horse, buggy, har ness and saddle at a bargain. 922 East Washington Street. YOUNG LADY wants room and board in private family. Will giv violin, guitar or mandolin lessons in part payment. Address X., this office. AUCTION Monday. 10:30 a. m.. cor ner First avenue and Washington siret. Horse, buggy- and harness: horse kind and g-:ntle; -quiet for lady t' drive. Hammond, auctioneer. WANTED Every busrnesa man In Maricopa county to know tkat The Republican's Job printing plant is the bst equipped In all Arizona and that the prices and stock and styles are right. It you want bill beads or let ter heads or printing of any kind call at The Republican office or send word for our man to call on you. FURNISHED ROOMS, with cr with out board. 436 North First avenue. HEATING STOVES, tw'o djllars and up, and bargains in other Iin s at the People's Store, 245 East Washing ton Street. FOR SALE No. S cjoking stove. ln- quire corner of California avenue and Canal street, one block ea.-a water works. LOST OFt STOLEN A Cleveland wheel. No. 172271. model 41. belonging to Ross Crous . Finder return to ab stract office and receive suitable re ward. WANTED A steady, reliable boy for ! permanent situation: must be not less than 16 years old and not afraid to work. Call at busintss "office of Re publican. WILL exchange inside gilt edge bus iness property, value $PV)0. for im pmvtd ranch with good water. Ap ply to 212 West Washington Street, PHOENIX FOUNDRY and MACHINE WORKS N. P. McCALLUM, Prop. 25 to 33 North Second St. Machinery of all kinds Built and Repaired. All work in the Mechanical Line. Machinerj', Supplies, Etc. Ring up Telephone 63. Or call at 28 -North Center street when wanting something nice to drink. We are headquarter s for the best in our line and sole agents for Pabst, Lemps and the San Francisco breweries, Ltd., three of the best breweries on earth. STANDARD IRON WORKS MANUFACTURERS OP Mining, Milling and Machinery Castings STRUCTURAL IRON AND STB EL CONTRACTORS. Sf-cnd Sp J Uechictil f oa$ht andSold. FolOffle Be 45S .v.,., . - WANTS f WANTED-The public to know tkat J. Ernest Walker has the largest list ; of Teal 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 special t ; SOME EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS and 'plenty of water in the - Buckeye . valley. ' ' '' '"' Money always on hand tc LOAN oi rood security. ' ' ' - FOR RENT An' 'elegant stx-rftom 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. - Never 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 and on easy terms. Party going east. FOR RENT By November 1, a nine room brick house in Brill's addition, near car line; sp'endid well of -water; large grounds. See 'me before it is taken. J. ERNEST WALKER, . The Real Estate Man Remember the office 14 and 16 South Second Avenue. Tel. Main 50L FOR SALE A fin cut-under surrey, nearly new. at "Fuqua's" stable, on Fourth Avenue. WANTED A situation as a general salesman anywhere in Arizona or New Mexico. Many years of experi ence in th? w;st. Seven months with the Arizona Copper Company's store, Morenci, A. T. Direct answer to Rob ert J. Garner, care C. H. Altona, Phoenix. A. T. NOTICE OF SALE Restaurant prop erty. Notice is hereby given that the personal property contained in the Pacific Grotto restaurant, on Nonth First street, a part of which be longs to the estate of Nattinger & KInzer, bankrupts. Is offered for sale at a bargain. This restaurant has had a large paitronage for years. For further information call on C. W. Slay ton, 324 East Washington St., Phoenix, Arizona. WANTED Clean rags, suitable for wiping machinery, Republican office. "WANTED A good lively man to fell sewing machines. Call at 605 Et Washington Street. WANTED Christian man or woman willing to qualify for permanent po sition of trust, here or in home coun ty. $900 yearly. Enclose self-addressed, stamped envelope, to Secre tary, care of Republican. HOUSE for rent; flats furnished and unfurnished for housekeeping, and rooms for lodging. 546 North Fourth Avenue. FOR SALE The best furnished room ing house in Phoenix; 21 large airy rooms; central location; five-yea lease on building; a snap if taken before the first. For particulars call at 303 West Washington- Street. FOR RENT Seven-room house, com pletely furnished, including piano, bath and modern improvements: all new. Address M. B., Republican. WANTED A good sized carriage horse, gentle, for family use: sound in limb and body. Address 1622 West Adams Stree-t. Phoenix. WANTED Partner with $1,000 to buy half Interest in well established sec ond-hand furniture business doin $10,000 worth of business a, year. Ad dress M. L. Z.. this office. LOST October 19. a gorcd trimmed button, with the face of a boy. A re ward if found. DR. WARD. J PERSONS desiring to give labor in ox- ehange for water shares in Imperial Water Co., call on luce Ac Leitsmoii, No. CO North Second Avenue. FOR SALE First grad.- soft-shell al monds. Address C. T. Wise, Mesa, A. T. FOR SALE Forty-acre orchard. A paying proposition. Fit particulars address Box 17, Mesa, A T. FOR SALE A choice piece of business property that will bring good re turns on the investment. This is well located and cheap. FOR SALE several choice building lots on easy terms. A NICE cottage for sale on paymenU. Modern improvements. SECURITIES and first mortgages bought and sold. HUGH M. CREIGUTON &. CO.. 110 N. Center BL MELCZER BROS. MR 'ELIZA A EDWARDS, experi enced card reader, tells past, present and future: Ladies, 25c; gentlemen, 50 cents. 231 Buchanan street, corner of Third street. FOR RENT Three nicely furnished rooms for housekeeping; modern con veniences; close in; no invalids. 361 North First Avenue. FOR RENT Furnished room, large, well lighted, southern and eastern ex posure; baith; close in. 338 East Van Buren Street. 4 NICE front room for rent. Apply 646 North First Avenua. DR. ALICE LAWSON, the divine healer and clairvoyant, life reader, treats diseases of all kinds and gives . advice on domestic and business af fairs. Treatments and sittings daily. . Office hours, 9 a. m. to S p. m., at 231 East Adams. FOR SALE Folding bed $10: oil cook stove, two burners, $4. 432 North Fifth Avenue. WANTED $5,000 cn Buckeye ranches. Address T. H. T.. P. O. Box 575, City. FOR SALE Pair of mules. Address G. N. Carter, Peoria. FOR RENT House to rent; also rooms furniBhed and unfurnished. Inquire 646 N. Fourth Ave. TAKEN A .Defiance bicycle, from 1048 North Center street. The taker will please return at once and avoid further trouble. DOMESTICS. $8; Singers, $6. Supplies for all machines: repairing done. J. S. Elstncr, 407 East Washington St. 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. FOR RENT Brick cottage, large yard; no invalids. 313 East Mom roe. TWO ELEGANT rooms and screen porch; well furnished for light house keeping; use of bath and toilet; no sickness. 493 North Third Avenue. PROFESSIONAL ATTORNKTB-AT-tJtW. J. H. KIBBEY, A. J. EDWARDS, W. B., itiDDey. Kibbey. Edwards & KJbbey, Lawyers, 19-21 South Center St., Phoenix, Ariz. Ground floor. DENTISTS. DR. JOHN A. LENTZ. DENTIST. OAS administered. Rooma over Postoffloa. W. G. LENTZ. Dentist, specialist In Crown and Bridge work. Gas admin istered. Office Fleming Block, rooma 201, 202, 203, 304, 205, 206. H. J. JESSOP Denust. Offlo Partar building, corner Washing-tea ajia Cot tar streets, rooms 14 aad It. DR. A. F. WISEMAN, DENTIST. Rooms 3, 4 and 5, Gooding Building. Telephone 3131. Opposite Hotel Ad ams. ARTIST. MISS TROWBRIDGE. TEACHER OF water Color and Oil Painting. Stu dio, Fleming block. Rooms 401-402. MISS FANNY PECK, TEACHER OF pianoforte playing- pupil of Carl Ltasny of 'the New England Con servatory of Music. MUSIC TEACHER. CASSIO C. BRXNfANaACHER of violin and other stringed instru ments. Educated by best European masters: methods the very best. Twenty-two years" experience in teaching. May be se-n at RedewiU's Music Store. MISS IDELLA J. CARR. TEACHER of Voice Culture and Sight Singing, under most modern .ttnd approved methods in securing perfect breath control in speaking and singing. Tech nical science series for the piano: securing rapid and easy mastery of all technical difficulties, and guitar, special rates to a limited number be ginning at once. 560 North Fifth avenue. MUSIC STUDIO VENDOME, 319 West Washington, opposite opera house, a new progressive method for the guitar and mandolin. Nine years' experience as a teacher. I give spec ial rates, also special attention to new beginners. Would be plas. d to re ceive calls and to display some of my pupils' work. Shall be delighted to explain how easy It is to master the instrument all teachers hold as the most difficult the guitar. MRS. LEE M'DANELD. CERTAINLY THERE ARE THOSE who doubt, but w? have doubting Thomases everywhere. We also have a way to catih a cou.-rh. Then why not a way to menl 1c? Those who perssvere are the ones to reap the benefir. Call at corn-'.r First avenue and Jefferson street. DERMATOLOGIST. MISS MOFFATT. DERMATOLOGIST, permanently r. moves wrinkles, frccK les and pimples; also mole-s and su perfluous hair by electric nted-ie. Manicuring, 50c. Dennis building. Room 1, over Huston Store. Ren Heney. of the P. A. D.-maitini eoir..iany. arrived In th city today from Fail-bank, to visit hi-s family. Mr. He ney says that mining in the vicinity of Fail-bank is on th - boom, and th? big camps are growing every day. The pri.Iv of the went is turning out im-mene- quantities of or-, and the Hard shell bee-omen a sr. at :r Ixinanzn -every day. Citizen. Gao. H. eiuuiu Joi F'risiD. gstlmates Furnished. Fifield & Gallagher GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS Boobs II, IS and 13 O'Neill Building-. PHOENIX, ABIZOHA. TO. Box 5-3.