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TTTft AtlTZOITA TiTTFUTiLTCATT; TUESDAY MOnNTTTfl, OCTOBER 30, 1900.
The Arizsna Republican TUB ONLY NEWSPArrcn IN ARIZONA THAT IS IM'I:I.ISIII01 EVERY PAY IN THE THAI I. CHAHLES C. RANDOLPH. Editor and Proprietor Exclusive 'Morning Associated Prc-rs Dispatches. The only Perfecting zona. Tin" only bailor)' of Press in Ari Ijinotypes in Arizona. Pullleaiion office: Ij.ist Adams Ptr;-et. TVlt-phntie N.. A7. Entered at the postofflee at Phoenix. Arizona as mail iiuuter of the second clan. SUBSCRIPTION HATES. By mull, daily, one year Weekly, one year Cash in advance. ..itl.Ofl . . "".On ry carrier. Daily, per month $ r. 'Waslil nglon Street. N. W. bureau, 500 Fourteen: h FHBHTX. OCTOBER 30. 1900 NATIONAL, RETUHUCAN TICKET. For President. WILLIAM MK1NLEY Ohio. For Vice-President. THEODORE ROOSEVELT New York. For"DeJegate to Congress. N. O. MITRPHY. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Councilman. JERRY M1LLAY. For Asaemblymen. H. A. POWLEK. SAM BROWN. A. P. SHEW MAN. THOMAS ARMSTRONG. JR. For Sheriff. F. W. SHERIDAN. For Treasurer. M. W. MESSINOER. For Recorder. GEORGE A. MAUK. For District Attorney. A. J. EDWARDS. For Assessor. C. W. BARN ETT. For Probate Judge. N. A. MORFOKD. Superintendent of Public. Instruction. J. W. STEWART. For Surveyor. W. A. HANCOCK. For Supervisors. V. H. PARKER. J. T. PRIEST. - ' : to ' PHOENIX PRECINCT TICKET. For Justices of the Peace. GILBERT D. GRAY. C. W. JOHNSTONE. For Constables. D. P. KYLE. FRED A. MADRID. At the beginning of the campaign Mark Smiih announi'id that he did not intend to abuse (rov A' CAM- ernor Murj'liy. Ina PAION OF much as the governor ABUSE, had deckured his inud tion. To refrain from per , eon-alRics, the Idea gt abroad 'that this was to Ik a campaign devoid of mud slinging. Smith- had not been on the stump a week before he rr.ade It clear that 'he had no wtrll defined Issue, and that. misrepresent all. :i of the governor unijs his S;ile reliance in suMm vol s. II. has followed ithat policy vor since. No matter wliriv, lie srietikd 'he falsities the governor s record und makes state ments which lue sw no other man can ubstamlatc. In the last f- w rtays he ha induced one of 'bis organ's In sounh eastern Arizona to repeat a vile cal umny on the governor's character, and it will 'be strange indeed 'if h. does not resort to even more contemp'iiblo ef forts 'before tbe campaign closes. In adopting -tnis policy Murk Smith has jaid a poor compliment t.j the IntelU f -nce and -sense of falrn-ss of the peo 3l; of Arizona. He Is making' votes for Murphy every 'lay theit he remains on the slump. It became apparent a foroiUglvt ago lha.t rflly lis Iing ioe exploded will not' satisfy the voters- in this -ampaJgn. . The p.ople of Arizona have become convinced that while he was in congress Governor Murphy did hM "utmost -to aiKance the credit of Ari zona . Through his efforts mere than tWose of any of her man the threatened repudiation of tho Yavapai bonds was tiverted. The g ivernw i proud of his work in connection with those bonds. And all that Mark Smith may fay in derogation thereof will not fool the public. It is a. matter of record that through the governor's effort. the public credit of Arizona, -has 1 n raised to a point equal to that enjoyed, by any other slate or -territory. Vi:li the lKnds of the 'territory selling at 9 "4 abuve Mr. .vhi.-h nappy f:iei is due entirt-ly lo t i.e governor's influ --nt . no ns.-i-ntious citizen can .- that he does v.iii deserve th- hop :r he sei ks fhi fall at the hands of (iris peop!,-. Mil lions of dollars have been atratd to Arlz-ina throusth the kr.-wldae on the part of 1nv-;Mrg thai the- territory was rom-ougfliry WiV.'nT !nij de.ermlnp 1 t pay its honest debts. The letter of warning which tho governor issued to investors a year or more ago has Had a directly opposite eff.ct to that pre dicted by his enemies. Owing: to the hue and cry raised at Ihe time a (rival many niin-.rs were induced to I -1 i v (hat the ffover.ior had delivered a blow from which the mining industry could not recover. As the facts b caine known the mining population began to subset i!- to his views, ani now there is not nn intelligent miner i. Ariz ina who dojs not assert that the governor was entirely right in warning the public asalnst the fak mining sthenics which were fast in juring the reputation of this territory. It is undeniable that since this warning was issued there have been more Icsitinvite mining deals In Ari zona than ever In fore in the history of Ihe terrrtory. The warning haJ the desired effect of inducing Investors to investigate the many proposition of fer d them, an.l no man can hou'.-stly say that any drs-rvlng mining project has been injured through the govern or's action. I i is comparatively asy now to secure capital for meritorious mining enterpih.es. A year or two ago wh n dozen of w;id-c.U s. hcm.s wore being launched In New York an.l Boston, tho legitimate seeker after capital was more than likely to l;e itis- apitoinlod by reason f mlsrepr senia- tlons concerning the niln s of Uii territory. Matte Smith .v.nrinues ti hnrp aboni that mining proclama'tlon. and about the Yavapai bonds, ana ne ioes o-i h-silat.; lo convey the idea thai toe Pima bonds, which the supreme court ... .1 1..T...1.U1 i.l iieclarto to iw megai. weie .w.,- ... the extension of the fundinff act which the governor secured. I nese m - stat menis will come h une with a ven- gean-.-i to .Marcus aup j oh .-i..-. day. Te marvelous refiouros of the t&r- ritory. already satisfactorily exploited by the governor, would receive a still more Towerful Imp' Ins with the ad mission of Arizona to the ITnlon. There Is no niiin in tile territory better o.unl illed to r. pres ttt it in the congress than Governor Murphy, and there is no doutot that if lis is trlected, state hood will be accorded us. He lias Ihe promises of many iiilluentlal peopl a'. Wa-'haigicn tluvt tiiey will push the statehood mivemi-nt if Arizona goes re publlcan this fall. As a business prop osition alone he should h elected, and the ti xt legislature should be strongly -republican. Willi such evidence of re publican supremacy in Arizona, there is every reason to bclieva that state hood would be gr:int:ii minus short session of congrrsp. A vote for N. O. Mur'Jiy on Novem ber fi wiH be a vole for statehood an 1 the advancement of Arizona's interests. Vole for him! Vote for him and us-: your intliKiice t.k In Juc? o:h' rs o voto for him! Vote also for ihe republican county candidates, to the end tu-U wh.n the returns are .in it will In founJ that Arizona has lined up sol idly for uta'tt hochl and prosperity! Mark Smith is making it cl ar to the people of Arizona. In this campaign that so fa'. as lie Is con-"HONOll- ceinetl there Is a d -ABLE" elded difference in MARK meaning between th SMITH. politloa! lit'..' or "hon orable" and tin same word when used as an ordinary ad jective. The voters of the t err it iry aie familiar with Mark's a'ttituii' on th stump, ami most of 'them know his seech by heart. Almost invariably he calls tip; Almighty to witness that he is an honors)'! . man. and that he proposes to be fair and decent In fc treatment of bis opponent.. If h Is an homrablf- man In his ownt t-rftima- tion, it would l.e interesting to have his definition of 'the word. We 1 avc it lo 'him and his fellow democrats lo Set tle the kind of "honor" he nuinii'sted when lie eagerly accepted the slol n go,. is contained in the endorsement of the Maricopa county convention after the d. legation had I) hi won in open cont-st by Wilson at the primaries. That is a family affair for the de moeracy. Itut all the voters of 'the territory are -interested in tio:ing that while Mr. Smf;h proftss-s to be roii'.lu I ing an honoi-able campaign he has stooped to slanderous mi.-represPn'atlon of Gov ernor Murphy's record from the very moment that he deel led to moke the race against the governor. Himself a criminal lawyer fif tare dexterity. Smith is coached by his leading advo cate who has boasted before Phoenix audiences that he also has lia I such a witie range of criminal practice that he rar ly fails -to make some t.ne of bis many "rack.ts" stick. Py giving cir culation to a mill tit tide of li -s. and shrewd disr onion of the f.u ts wh li lies would n .1 serve so well. Smitii is giving a new meaning to 'the w.ud "honorable." From one ,.nd if the I nitory lo ill oilier this modem exemi'ar of honor is inspiring his newspaper jackals t the most diriy and vici nis attacks upon Governor Murphy, in the evident hope that by such m', hods he may siny in progr ss of th gi : li -lins Murphy lov.- An avjla.ich.-. 1; ..f. s.-in: i on. i. this iio.'i.n-.ilile gent I- iu.mi is tin pen iief.-n.ler of repa.li.ni n. a.i.l u ready adv .ate of wild-cat mining, r'y round out his re ol d. he To p:oj has permil't'd som - of his ohsrui ' sheets in Graham county to repeal a vulgar attac k upon Govei n r Mirrphy's personal character for wiiioli attack there is n :t the shadow of a founda tion. At hist Mark SmFili has notched the 1 west depth of politi. al infamy. Th jMark desperate c Sniiili lin.J. n.liti.m himself in which r. Vealeil ippe.ils i.i I. his pitiful iATi:n :t;c IN DEED! Ill sttpi f.-:-t i s VWI I him. t n .1 lo i to - lit. 1 ho nt w. his financial interest This is ,in int r. I elected. ins rtatemen. When Mark fused 'to run against Tirooie tw years ago. throush Tar of the lattr's popularity, he announced that he had retired for good and would thenceforth devo:- him.'elf to the re-, stulilishmen: of his law practice. His former sup poriers had ev ry iva.-'.in lo heli -ve that after drawing $."i().0im) or more from I'ncle Sam's s.tiong box for his ".services'" in congress in behalf of Arizona, he would be able to maintain himself handsomely. Instead w. find him conspiring to beat Wilson out of a deserved renomination and ruially stuie. ding through methods that i:i any state tn tit I'nion would be frowned upon. N iw that h- has forced Wilson to withdraw lie goes about his old stamping ground ! darin Unit unless he is return, d lo W.ishingt in h's tiii.il -es will be at n low ebb. What a confes:;icii: It tear;.- out in ' very d. Iail tie ch.irg. made in tiiis campaign tiiat Mark Sn jii. is .seeking his own s llisli ends, rath r than tlie good of Arizona, in asking the voters ol' the leiiitory lo send liim to .oii-gre.-s. Ills election would li.-n lii Mark Sniit'ii al.m. . i t would place 1dm in possession of a fix d income, some thing he lacks now if la.i staie liients are to be believed. Once again on ihe iiy roll ,,f i iio iioure th terii tory might husile for iielf just as it did during i)i t. ii'yfais he was in con gress. Kiatehoo.l w mid "la? -u;r-fluous on the slag'-." Do the lieo.-'Io of Arizona want a del egate in congress who (. Us his inti males than if he is n..i elected he will "go broke?" W Jul. I H be food bu?i ness oi gootl polities to eleel such a man'.' Great Tilden's ghost! At the Cooper I'liioti rati Ilea lion meeting Mr. Bryan said: "This is my fiurlh nu ting for tonight. It concludes the ra;IllcatIon nn etings held und. r the auspices of Tammany, ami 1 am preparrd to say: 'Great is Tammany, ami Crokee is its prophet.' " 11:- re are only t'l -'e livln dents of the l"l-ii.l State.;. Harrison is one and Grie: is tile other two. All three ,t th boy ,,i a ! or. ey-pres;-i i-n ja uiin f .'iev. la-il I -i..til;Si Th is not Wh. n is lies. man who has a full dinner pail so likily to get fail himself, wan! prevails immorality lloiir- MII. LIONS FOR THE EXPOSITION. The people of Buffalo have commu ted themselves io an expenditure of about $5,nun.niMi for the purpose of the Pan-Am-rican xposiiton tt o.- held pi that city nexi year. The I'nitel States government is spending about .",iiO,iiiK) on Its group of buiil'ngs and exhibits. The state of New York has apio'opri it . d $00.imn and it is estimated that th "Midway" or pleasure ground wilt cost the concessionaries bt-twet.-n ?!.ii.ikmj and $.o,.ftou,000 before the gat s are ,,p n. In addition to th se sums, a citizen of Huffalo. Mr. J. J. Albrlgii. who Is widely known in t'l- iron trade, has given $3!ifl,0iNl for an art gallery, which is to be a perm.mni building of while marble. This will serve as th t'mp'. of art for the exposition and will aft r ward become the home of ItitfT.iio's public art treasures. Tile JVtii'f.ViO rail way Company ex peels lo spend nearly $::.00fl.000 in new tracks and equipment 1n preparing for the Pan-American year. The aggregate sum l before the exposition gates thus heeom-.s very larg-. sp. nt ttp'OI HOW IT STANDS The Prescott Prospect Explains Why It Supports Murphy. We accord evt ry man in this coun try th tight to expires his opinion on public matters and act accjordingly, and in doing s we certainly reserve the privilege of doing so tuirs Ives. I Many have said 'io us. "Why. in op ! l osing Mark Bmiih you are supporting ! Murphy." Some have followed up tbe ! above accusation anil urged us to r -icant ami supivort Smith. Being bred. I born and reared a denu.era t : whose : parents came from the land of the "Sunny South" and who today are as i rabid politically as they were in 'til; ! the relations of whom now another ! g. neration. vote as their fathers shot. entitles us regardless of the opinions of others, to be lis.ed a democrat. Having enjoyed a IVw blessings along v.iih semi-starvation In Yavapai and .Maricopa counties for the past twenty , four yeais, with things politic, we have had more or less to do. We have had enough I do with politics to bee ime very Vt.ll acquainted with Ihe charac ter of several influential democratic politicians in this t-rrllory. and a host of smaller guns. We have watched the low down (itss-dn-ss of certain dcmoci a ,'s, who to pu.- h f u-ward their personal ambition, ride roughshod ov. r every obstacle, and like the wav. s of the sea in changing the Minis of the beach. lin y bury ih welfare of to .' .amuniry I'" "' , ing r wn;- rle to; s and ambition of just, lion .r.iol, aii'l tiprio: He ii. Toi- p tr.i -tiii ly appUi s to dn ry Mark Smith. A man without the ? 'miii.-i nee of a nomina liin. f i-i inir his way on a subterfuge .i! .'...'.u t .-ly . regardh'SS of thi honor of ti: - d.-mocr.nic pn'ty. If Mark Smith Is ihe d.-in crJtl psrty of Aiizuna. and it ems by th . "crow -e.i ting" prss and "sugtired" r-ennal committee rhat he is, we are for N. O. 'Murphy an.l will continue to be from this date until Smith's itra:torou3 political hide Is tailed up by some northern democrat or r.publii .in and labeled. "The Pelt or Ihe Greaust Juggernaut that Ever Iiifticd Arizona." N. O. Murphy Willi all I lie wrongs he if charged by a hope-me-rewartl prvss wito having (-murine.'', is an Arizoiiian who works for Arizona, and we are not a dirty "scab" 'to t'h. extent iof claiming that he is greater than, the supreme court of the I'nitetl Stales or even the courts i? Arizona, as certain editors in this territory are trying to make voters b lieve. As a democrat, if we can't have an honorable democrat to repre sent us In Washington, we will abide our time, trusting that in tile near fu ture. ejiiUy 'and decency will prevail in the democracy of Arizona, and wh n that time comes we will not be ft hi ml lagging in the rear, whether the "high-binders" lin tin democratic party want us or not. We shall vole for Murphy and we beli- ve !t will be to the bettt rm nt of the territory if all dem ocrats will lay aside 'their prejudices I ng enough tod) the same. Prescott Prospet t. SMITH'S UNFAIRNESS Fresh Evidence of His Underhanded Work in His Campaign. Mark Smith's newspapers, in a des perate endeavor to find some spot on Governor Murphy's record to which their mud will slick, have been stupid enough to -think that they could mis lead Voters and create Ihe impi essi.m hat the governor is not the friend of laboring men, by howling that he ve toed Ihe bill introduced by Parr and passed by the last legislature which purported to protect laboring men from being "blacklisted." The simple fads are Ilia', when Ihe bill reached the governor it contained no enacting clause and was therefore without any force, and as a matter of' course he returned the bill without his' approval, and the house, upon seeing that the bill was absolutely worthless as it stood, unanimously sustained the veto. Here is the ofliclal record from the odice of the secretary of the territory: Territory of Arizona. Otllce of the Secretary. I'liiied Slates of America. Teliilory of Arizona, ss. I. Charles H. Akers, secreiary ..t" lli. lerrilory of Arizona, do hereby certify that the olllci.-il journal of the Twen tieth legislative assembly of the terri tory of Arizona (Page Ml) contains the following history of house hill No. :!7. in these word ami figures, to-u il: "House t'ha i.hers. Twentieth I.egis l.Hive Assembly. Territory .f Arizona. "Phoeifix. Arizona. March :. l'.W. "The following nit s"age was receive 1 from the governor: "Executive Departmeiil ,,f Arizona, Office of Die Governor. "PliOfliix. Arizona. March !i. ISHfi. "To the Honorabif House of Itepresen- talives of ihe Twentieth legislative Ai-sembly of Arizona: "I have the honor to return, without ray approval. 11. n. No. an Act to prohibit person, persons, agenr. oflicial. firm, corporation, companies, and asso ciations from giving unjust r.-ferenc. s. etc. This bill is fatally defective, in that II lias no enacting clause. N. O. MI'lil'HY, Governor. "Motion to pass H. H. No. "7. the governor's veto notwithstanding, failed to prevail by the following vole: "Nays Adams. Partleseti. P.enham. Brown, U.ian. Doiia'u. Kiz. livens, ion zales, tlray. Imus. Moore, Pace, Parr, Peteis.in. Pusch. Scott. Stevens. Woods, Williams"!). "Absent Arthur. Hale. Sin.lers Mr. Speaker 4." In Testimony Whereof. 1 have here unto set my hand' and a nixed my offi cial seal. Ione tit the city of Phoenix, the rapi-jj. this I'flth C.iy of October. A. n. l!"oo. F('-' ) C. II. 'A K Kits, Secretary of Ihe Territory of Arizona. -o CAN'T STAND IT How Smith is Regarded By a Demc- crat in Maricopa County. The Prescott Prospect Sunday print I thv following: "The following letter is s If explan atory: The author is a u-xrm ft lend of ours, and he has many friends in Pnscott. The genii- man i an oil resitienl or Maricoa county, and has never b i-n anything else bin n mocrat. For twenty years, to our knowledge he has been a counselor in the party in Maricopa county. For five terms h- has supported Mark Siniih Well, read wlr.it h- writes lo Morris Asher: ' 'Phoenix. Oct. 12. limn. M r. Morris Asher: Dear Fr: nil: Well. I see Col. J. F. Wilson has quit. I am sorry, though 1 hardiy think with Smith in the lit id he could have been elected. Still we would have be.-a.n Smith in Maricopa county. Smith called the Wilson dele gation irresponsible, so-called demo crats and sand-baggers in his speech in our cmnty. W. are going to cut hr. throat and relegate him out of the par tybeat him ai the polls and turn him down forever. The Smith people snv that your county b haves .1 r tney may allow your county in th.. dis tant future to ome to the front. Nov w hi n such men as Baker. Alexand r. V- bb. Ounbar and Ni l i t 'shorn talk thai way. I say shut down on them now and bury them so deep th -y will never be ri surrect"d, even when the I. or. I calls his people, for that sam crowd would eivao dissatisfaction in havn. I hope every democrat i:i your county will h lp lo bury Smith. It is pretty tough, you know, when such men as Baker tails us sand-baggers, and I think it t me for every hon est man lo rise nn. f!.ik' toll ue if In t .u!.l h.- v.o-a'd ; against Bryan. I say b at Smith and we will g. t rid of that gang, and then sie-h men as Col. Wilson and John C. Hern. Ion will hav a show. Lo ik how he treated M. rn don when he ran for c.mgr".s. Now you have a chance to pay him back in his own coin. Renienib- r me lo all. Yours iriily. HE KAILS THE LIE3 The Governor's Manly Course is Hav ing the Natural Effect. 111 every city and town in Arizona where Governor Murphy has addressed the people, he lias lifted ihe veil of calumny and misrepresentation, dis pelled the clouds of doubt and preju dice and won the united support Ihouyands of voters through the open. frank, manly and intelligent discus sions of the present campaign. Ite.k- less charges have been easily shown to be without foundation and the politi (al almosphere has been cleared as never before In the political history Ihe territory. The great crowds of people who galher to hear 1iini find comfort in his irresistible loj.ri:- ami are inspired with new hopes for the future state or Arizona and the wonderful CoOMiieivial and industrial activity that will follow. Never were the people the millers, the stockmen, the farmers and the wage earners more deeply in terested in the result of a political campaign. They are personally inter ested, for their future welfare depends wholly upon it, and after all, one's po litical sentiments are influenced largely by considerations of local or individual character. To attain certain cherished ends in public affairs, strong partisans sometimes temporarily set aside their political principles tind their action is a justifiable expedient in the accomp lishment of those results. The coming election presents just such a condition, and the voter who ordinarily supports the democratic ticket without ipiesiion will display the hlglnn sense of p r soilol honor and profound lovaliv t. the lom.i'oii interests of all our people by casting bis vote for N. ). Murphy for delegate to congress on the day of election. The people of Globe lbun-d lo Governor Murphy's speech with great interest. No speaker has ever spoken in Globe to a larger or a more appreciative audience. Governor Mur phy will long be remembered by the people of Globe. Globe Times. THE REPUBLICAN COUNTY CANDIDATE Every taxpayer in this county should put forth his best efl' irls to see that M. I W. Mt-ssiuger is re-elected to the otllce lot' county treasurer. lie is one man i who has served Ihe county betler I than any of his predecessors. Id is not j a mailer of politics but a mailer of business and in business the best is al ways wanted. 1 .leny Miliay is one of Ihe best known men in this county and he has stumped in every precinct cither for himself or .someone els. in this and previous cam paigns. He is a man whose personal interest is part and parcel with that of Maricopa's welfare and being thor t oughly conr.peteii. he should by till j means be elected to the council. Thomas Armstrong. Jr., has lived in ; this county for several years past. He : is fully acfiuainted with county and territorial conditions and competent tr deal with any question that may . lie brought before the next legislature. He has never Ix-en an oflice seeker and is now in the field only at the earnest ' solicitation of his fellow citizens. He is a lawyer of exceptional ability an.l the soul of honor. He Is a lawyer that can lie trusted and no tpjesiion of partisan ship should stand in the way of his I election to the Twenty-first assembly. George A. Malik is one of the most talented young men in this county anil is well fitted by his business experi ence to perform the duties of county recorder. He is going to poll a solid vote among his friends and neighbors and those who know him best. It is a growing belief that his election is as sured and the office certainly could not fall into better hands. B. A. Fowler, who is an aspirant for the legislative assembly, will be an able representative of the business inter ests of this county. He is a happy combination of ihe prosperous farmer and the successful business un, niil since his residence in this valley he has done as much as any man in it for the development of Arizona's natural re sources and the building up of the country. He is the head of the water storage organization, the most 'im portant local issue, and as such enjoys lh confidence of every citizen. This subject is one that calls for legislation and Mr. Fowler is logically the man who should look after it. In order to e.i so ihe farmers ami property owners of this valley demand for him a seat in that body. I Samuel Brown of Tempt ami A. P. Shewman of Mesa City are two of the most capable men thai could have been chosen to represent this county in Ihe next aEse'a bly. They are both popular in their home precincts and are lmth well known and universally respected throughout Ihe county. The former is a sturdy blacksmith by trade and has already won an hororable distinction by previous service in the position to which he now aspires. The latter is a broad-minded and educated gentleman, formerly territorial superintendent of schools, ami at present editor of the Mesa City Free Press. Roth gentlemen are eminently qualified and should he elected to serve this county in the legislature. UNEQUIVOCAL DECLA RATION. Wh- n Ihe democratic party of Ariz ona i-enuK-s .smith ami his pap-huni-iiifr t-iowd. and advocates the eleel ion 10 coiigr.-ss t.f an h.m. st man. we will 1"- with the parly and will support lii,-"onnii.-o. --I'r-.s.-ou Prou et. Ii you wniiid l.e llivd of Constipation Indigestion Dyspepsia Biliousness. liver and Kidney Troubles yon stmunl rpr. Mii-ly iry ilu Hit tTs. ! is ill ljly sure lnrrjl fine !i i- rv tLt-is. ilifie---. It - oouniun'! rheu itini is.n.. STOMACH S TTEtfS lip THE FhcEnlx Rational Bank, PHOENTX. ARIZONA. Paid Up Capital $100,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits.. 50.000 E. B. GAGE. President. C. J. HALL, Vice-President K. B. KNOX. Cashier. L. B. LAKIMKR, Asa't Cashier. Steel-Lined Vaults and Steel Safety Deposit Boxes. General Banking Easiness Drafts Issued on all the principal cities of the world. DIRECTORS. Jas. A. Fleming, C. J. Hall, G. B. Richmond, F. S. Belcher, B. Hey man, F. M. Murphy, D. M. Ferry, E. B. Gage, T. W. Pemberton. TH National Baal of Arizona, PHOENIX, ARIZONA. CAPITAL PAID UP 1M,M U.M 8URPLTJS EMTL GANZ. President. OL LEWIS, Vlce-PreildBt 8. OBliRFELDER Canhttu JOHN J. SWEENEY, Aist. Caflhtar. Directors: Emil (iantz. sol Lewis, J. Y.T. Smith, Charles Goldman, S. Oberfelder, E. M. iforris, Jos. 1 umueiuier. ( CORRESPONDENTS. Tbe Bank of California. .San Francisc Laldlaw & Co New York National Bank of Commerce.. .St Louis Nat'l Bank of Commerce. .Kansas Cltj First National Bank Chlcagi Colorado National Bank .. ..Denr Farmers' & Merchant' Nat'l Bank Los Angelei Consolidated Nat'l Bank Tucson Bank of Arizona Presot Messrs. N. M. Rothschilds & Sons Londos THE VALLEY BANK OT PHOENIX. ARIZONA. Paid Up Capital 100.000 Surplus .... &0.000 WM. CHRISTY, President. J. C. KIRKPATRICK, Vice-President. W. D. FULWILER. Cashier. LLOYD B. CHRISTY. Ass't Caehler. Drafts issued on all of the Important cities of the United States and Europe. Discount Commercial Paper and do a General Bankinsr Business. Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. DIRECTORS M. q.riffEKMAN WM. CHRIST K.J BENSIT1. J. C. KIRKPATRIO F. C HATCH. W. D. Fl'I.WII.ICF IXOYD B. tlKRJSTV OORRESPOJCDENT. un. Exchange Nat'l BanK N ion m. Exchange Nat'l Bank Chica. First National Bank Los Angeie Bank of Arizona . . Prescott A' The Anslo-Calttornia Bank E.-.I AtJitSHE- IS93 THE PRESCOTT NATIONAL BANK PRESCOTi. ARIZONA Capital Paid in - - $100,000.' vurplos and Profit 35.000.00 ftuNK M. MURPHY, President MORRIS GOLD WATER, Vlce-Pres. HENRY KINSLEY, Cashier f O ELLIS. Assistant Caakt- DIRECTORS "HANK M. MURPHY MORRIS GOLDWATJCJk. H KINSLEY. R. N. FREDERICKS. TOHN C. HERND02 C B. GAGE. D. U FERRY itxuuuu ot individuals, firm and orpo ration solicited on farorabls terms. 36 Nassau St.. New Yorh. FISK & ROBINSON, Bankers Healers in Investrnem Securities Deposit Accounts of Banks, Bankers. Firms, and Individuals received, sub ject to sight draft. Interest allowed on balances. Correspondence invited from Corporations, Trustees and other conservative investors. Orders on the New York Stock Exchange executed on commission for ca?h. B'T EDWARD FISK BE 'ROB H ROBtNSON, MTti i. Vow Vnrir Rtocs ffinbtov VITHOUf BEING PUMPtD " "2Jp i Se ki 'I i von Hi I we tnow "JOU' J$U1 them, hut will ffv you tn ixDrfo'nce of other In trtoir nwu won! a. Justnmil k rosial with "How abnut Humping rianul' tinti your lilrt'Sh on Un- I.ark. Wer Oa ani Gisolino Kng-ini O i-i-j n. v . jwiiie vhiaI, hail .:ity, mo. ' !T , TS we'll Bls.lly tell fc3r,7 .Vi fA von all about v7v3uhlMS-,'F? our Puro.-tn- HOME SAYINGS BANK AND TROST CO. PHOENIX ARIZONA. CHARLES F. A INS WORTH, Pres't. S. M. M'COWANVice-Presldent." It. If. GREENE, Secretary. Authorized Capital $100,000 Hours: D a. m. to 3 p. m. Saturdays: 9 a. m. to 7 p. m. Interest on deposits. No commission on loans. HUGH H. PRICE, Cashier and Treasurer. DIRECTORS. CHARLES F. A INS WORTH. S. M. M COWAN, HUGH II. PRICE. ANC1L MARTIN. R. II. GREENE. Bargains 4 lots on First avenue near Van Buren $500 each 40 acres under Maricopa canal; Im proved; alfa'fa, well, house and barn. $3,000 ICO acres, one mile from Phoenix, in alfalfa: wuter rights Maricopa anj Grand $12,000 W. J. MURPHY, O'Neill Block, Tbe Mesa and Kay Mine Stage Co. Stage for Pinal, Ray Mine, Kelvin and Riverside leaves Mesa 6:30 a. m. on Mondays, "Wednesdays and Fridays of each -week. Through tickets are on sale from Phoenix via rail to Mesa, thence via stage to points named, at reduced rates. Comfortable coaches are used, -with four horses to each fif teen miles relay. The fastest and best equipped stage line in the west. Per ishable freight a specialty. -noenix Agency at M.& P. & S. R. V. RR. City Office Center street Meat Market A. WEILEE, Proprietor. When you want the Bett filme Cuts of Beef and Fork, Veal or Mut ton at Popular Prices go to the Center Street Meat Market 4GN Center Street. Telephone 2003. THE CLUB STABLE v Nortr. Cei ter St'eet. Handsome Turnouts. Horses boarded by the day, week or month. HRNRT OEOSOB, Prop. Phoemi 'erayt so is km Stage ' - t. r .r ' w " i rr- epxona 2B4. OfTcst I W. COLLINS, Proprietor One Dollar Saved by waiting until you reach Mari copa and take a nice, cool com fortable room at the New Ed wards Hotel. Train arrives 8:15; leaves for Tucson and El Paso at 4 a, m. Give us your patronage. Bleeping Car Companies don't need it J. V. Edwards, Proprietor. BREAD Basis of Strength. Bread! Good Bread! In Short Phoenix Bakery Bread Contains everything necessary to sus tain life. It is made of the finest hlga grade flour, by the most skillful bakers, and in the most perfectly appointed bake shops. Is pure, palatable and wholesome. - elug light. It can be ato and digested by invalids. Phoenix Haksry & Confectioner EDWARD EISELfe, Prop. Etablished 1881 Telephone 891 7 West Washington Street CASTLE CREK HOT SPRINGS OF ARIZONA. Open all summer. Take trains on the S. P. P. & P. R. R. for not Springs Junction, where good accommodations are provided. Stage leaves Hot Springs Junction at 10:30 a. m. daily, except Sunday. The physicians consider sum mer the be3t time to cure Rheumatism. Pools of different temperature. For terms and Information address C. A. COLSiOUN, MANAGER Hot Springs, Yavapai Co., Arix.