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THE ARIZONA HEP IttJLICAN: TIICJIISDAY MORXING, XOVElfBElt 3, 1900.
i te necessity. EE COULDN'T STAY AWAY The Return of Captain JamavBoyd to Jerome. Jerome. Ariz., Oct. 30. (Social cor respondence of The R. publican.) They all say tha'L a pe; 3jn who has . v. r tasted tht water in th? Ilassu amp.i when the stream was rising, and a per son who has ever inhaled the sulphur smcki' of Jerome in! a his nostrils, can not Isav. the territory of Arizona for goo I. That the old saying is true ten been verified time and tint? iigain. This week it has b-en proved in Je rome by the r..;urn of Capt. Boyd, the original locator of the great United Yerd.- mines. The captain left a few months ago for his old home in Canada ther.- :j pass the remaining days of his life wlih relatives whom -.c- had not -een for 71 years. That seems a long time-, but the aged pioneer ut most SO years of age-, and s pirate 1 fr mi his relatives when h- was 6 years old. II.- arrived safe in Ontario. Can ada, and met the sister he had no-. f en f.ir almost thr e Miiarurs of n o n tury. Th-y witb overjoy. d at meeting again. He alsj met nephews, and nii-c-t whom he had n ver had th- pleas ure of giving I-r.r-. Some of his nephews nr.- su .-. ssrul business mil In Canada and New York. Aft r so lug all the .Id sights an 1 faces he turned once more to Arizona, the scene of his former labors, anil bidding all his p, oplt- a fond fare-well, ';,.ok t'a tram ..nee more for .7; mine, where li finivi-d y ttfiday aftetnjon. Mr. I! .yd is looking t n years younger than when he left Jerome, and says ho feels twen ty ye.irs young r. The- trip certainly tii I him g tod. F. W. Howard arrived in Jerome Uf-r. '0 V liailZr. t l OreMrrimiftn nt a t & norvijusor tli-f ;iat Bif tlie L-ontTuLii-e Snlll In I ll (tni-L W 1 I i to I i MM lililnfafl Ut .tlurrr, fcxtiatiMllBif lriai, Tiii'o.'rlr and C'onMllpnlion. Icgtoiisull losses by duv or t.lctiu Prevent qtiicfcnpsj. of Uinehar!:'. which if not checked lea'ls to Spermaiorrho-a and alt th horrors of imnotnry. 'l'il lF,NKclean-estt.a liver, the kl.ln.-va and thf. uritmrv j,rcri..iA &11 liui.urilies. C'L' PlUiili atreuEtheii Qd rPStores smal I weak oi-ana. -Piwrpason sufferers are not cnr1 by DnetorflH hPneseWperrentare tronblrr with lroa(tlll. CTJI'I DI-tNK the only known r"ni-rly t curp without n openition. SOW) U-iitliniHiiHla. A wrlttpri ffuaranteedrpn and mon.-v rptnmpd 11 q 6 hnzps does Dyui.-UI. Send for kher ctrrnlur and tPKtimotiiiil. w AUUreas UA vol, Htuill.u CO., i'. o. Box L. a!? by 1 Bear, Eeystant Jte to to to to to A CANAI FILL and plenty more going down the river is the present condi tion of affairs in the BUCKEYE COUNTRY. THAT'S WEALTH! Improved and Unimproved Alfalfa Land is Selling Rapidly. We would like to make you acquainted with our $15.00 per acre proposition. . . . 125 Remember this includes water right deeded with the landti FOB FULL PARTICULARS CALL ON OR AlfoltESS BUCKEYE CANAL AND LAND CO. CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000. J4 and i6 South Second Avenue. J. ERNEST WALKER, S ecretarv and Treasurer. J. C. WASSON. Pres't. M. Y. MESSINGER. Vice-Pres't. With a fine effervescence and rich creamy foam; combining perfect brilliancy with rare keeping quab ities, having a most excellent hop taste and aroma OH EM I AN "King of all Buttled Beers' has proven a benediction alike to budding youth and declining age, and a revelation to every critical taste. To hundreds of thousands of families it lias become a household Order from LOUIS MELCZEll Issr night from th far distant Norn.-, where he went early In th- sjir.ng. with thousands cf nther adventurers from all over the w rld. Mr. Howarl is well known in Jerome. Phoenix and oth.r Arizona towns where he 1 .as. lived. He went to Nome to try his f .1 tun in the sands supposed ,o b- t o heavy with gold to blow with the wind. It is a safe prediction '.oat Mr. Hov.a-'d elld as well as anv oth r p rson could 1'iiv - d. ra- with the : im.' opp ii-uiniti. . he had. (Je-erge I! a-iS-v came h nil.' fro-.n Pi f. ut: y st.r '.n:'. 11-- will remain untii after the el-eti::. II.- wmld n t have iietn nver i::-.til aur':h-.- ei-i li 1:1. but w.iuid not ny. his v.it . Once moi e this campaign tile repub licans will h-dd the firt upon the band stand and In tV . prra house of our lively c'ty. .1 -rry Millay anel Prof. MeC'ov.'an will addr s : tile p op!- upon the issues of th? campaign from a re publican point of view. They are g.:od Valkers and will draw n crowd. Lloyd C. Ilaln s and J. G. M'-p.ride He-lit "V- r to Pr scot: this in niiiir; to J-iok at a mining property. They wi'l return Tuesday and then go t Sew York shortly after. Jerome is c iming to the front wil'.i gr.at s'.ri.l s at th pi-. sent lime and this has i.een the banner month for tilt: strides. Company afte-r company has b( n ineorporat il to op. rate min.s in the vicinity of Jerome, ami now .-tii! another one- will ineoi-p. u at-- i-aine-ately. This time the company will b -known as -the Y rde Appcx Copper Mining company. The parties -who will incorporate will own cantrol and op erate a group , f six good claims in Mescal gulch, close to the Vent m mine, one "f the rich. Ft in the country. Lloyd C. Hayne-s. J. C. Mt-Hiide -and several local parties will be the inc. i -pora'i-ors. Mayor Tovrt a and Postmas ter F. K. Jordan will be- - :i the board Thii crPat Venrtn mikhiq drpnih n iVHKM:in. Will nil hyai'-iiin, will quirkiy cine-yon of nil tiririum. sut-h tt Eol .M nlid, liiMimnfli. B ... -1 .... .r, nn. I.ph. I .1 V lljmi.l not efleet a permauent cur. Li a boxfi for a.(X, KC6. San Francisco, Cal. Mn - Pcarinac. 111 ILL. to to to to to to to to to in Flourishing 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 PLUMBING CO., 114 WEST ADAMS STREET. of dir-cti.rs. The company will have capital to back it and will begin to devtlope the property at once. The prop rty owned by this company is as promising as can be f jund in the dis Urlct, and the iuccupora tors should have no trouble in floating sufficient of the treasury stock to develop th c-iaims thoroughly. The e-oinp .my will be inc.iriiorated for $:i.000.000. divided into as many shares of the par valu of SI. Of this amount l.HOO.Oort will be placed in the treasury to be sold for '.he purr.es-; of dev. L ping the property. AV. S. Adams went to Congress yes terday afternoon to ' a li.'tl; political work for himself. Final papers were signed by all par ties concerned, yesterday, 'transferring the group i f mining claims formerly evened by A niton Pjek. to the Verde King Copper company. The claims are as good looking as any in the t.rriiory consldering the amount of wjrk that has been done on th ni. n. D.Mc DONALD. DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED I'.y local api)lieations. as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one 'nay to cure Deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by -the mucous lin ing of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rum bling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this, tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out "f ten are caused by catarrh, wl.ii h is no-thing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaci s. We wid give One Hundred Dollars for any case of ?jeafness caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by H ill's Catarrh Cur .-. Send for circulars, free. F. .7. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists. Tijc. llali's Family Pills are the best. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets are Sold on a positive guarantee. Cures heart burn, raising of the food, distress after eating or any form of dyspepsia. One little tablet gives immediate relief. 25 cents and f0 cents. Ben L. Bear, whole sale and retiil druggist. Phoenix, Ari zona. Arizona Loan Office, j Money Loaned on Watch?, Dia- j nionds and other Articles. Hig-hest Prices paid for Gold and Silver. Spectacles and Eyeglasses Correct ly Fitted. AH Transactions Strictly Confidential. 41 N. Center Street. Phoenix, Ariz. Near Hotel Adams, to to to to to 0 It Something Savory for Dinner. I The sme-11 or good meat a-cooking to ' a. hungry man is like incense in the J nos:trils of the devot-e. We just said good meat. To secure that culinary 'perfumery, then, order your rib roasts, ! joints of mutton, legs of lamb, steaks, i -hops all the delicacies in the meat , lim at Hurl.y's. and be content. No ! where in the city can yju get better 'satisfaction as to rjuality, quantity and I -price. I I l ! P. T. HURLEY. 3 Vest Vashinaton St.. 'Phonrl2 THE COMPANY PrcstoM, Arizona. Wholesale and Retail Dealers. Vfe purchase all commodi ties in carload lots, and can f-uppiy everybody with everything We Respectfully Solicit Patronage. B3shford Bormistcr POPULAR WANTS J AdTeitUementi onder thli bead one-halt eent a word aoh lniertlon. No ad7rtuemen t taken lot leia than twentr-flT cent. HEADQUARTERS for tourists. Com plete city llet furnished house and rooms for rent; suites for housekeep ing; city and country board. Weirick & Latham, 32 North First Avenue. Information free. WANTED Stenographer, milker, scrubrr.an. chambermaid, cook, nurse girl, laundress. Territorial Employment Agency. Tel ephone 2993. P. O. Building, Phoenix, Arizona. FOR RENT A "-room camp, with stables, on desert near town. Also span of carriage horses with a one and two-seated vehicle. A. F. T., this office. LOST A half circle jewel pompadour comb. Plta.ie return 'S.'.Z East Van Buren. and r e-tive reward. l.r.oO-POl'XD work horses for sale or trade for small, r horses thai; will do for wood wagon. Phoenix Wood and foal Co. FOlt SALE 1 Disk and Acme harrow. 2 wagons. 1 buggy. G. B. Richmond. -1 East Washington Street. NICELY furnished rooms for light hous'-keeping: no invalids: no chil dren. 5-16 We.-t Madison Street. DRESSMAKING at 125 South Second avenue. Satisfaction guaranteed. WANTED To exchange, a tw.o wheel road cart for light four wheel round about. P. O. Djx 652. FOR SALE Gent I., twll matched driving team, 5 and 6 years old: two sealed heavy spring wagon with top; good harness: also t.nt, 10x12, and Marlin rifle, 38-55. Imiuire 1103 East Jefferson street. A RESPONSIBLE person can have the use of a team, light wagon and harness for several months. Address J. H. H., this office. AL'CTION Saturday. November 3. at 10 a. ni. The entire contents of the Pacific Grotto lunch counter. J. A. R. Irvine. ' Hammond, auctioneer. WANTED Pcsition as grocery clerk; fifteen years experience: Al reference- furnish.: d. Address O. W. D.. S.iO South First Avenue. ROOM AND HOARD in privace family. Home cooking. 529 West Adams Street. WANTED Female cook at Agua Cal i r.te. Call at Lund's drug store. WANTED Board and room not too far out, by young business man. Ad dress L. H. J., this office. FOR RENT Two rooms, nicely furnish- d for housekeeping. Address 232 North Fifth Street. FOR, RENT Nk-tly furnished rooms for housekeeping. 4;!S South Center Street. FOft RENT Two south front room.:, nicely ' furnished for housekeeping. 410 North Third Awnue. FOR RENT Three nice furnished or unfurnished rooms with corral room. S. A. Mitten, Box 175. COMFORTABLE home with first-c'.a.-s board and furnished tent at Lee's ranch. Inquire at J. W. Dor rii' groc.ry store. WANTED To buy ten ur fifteen fresh miik cows. State price and- whore cattle ean be s en. Address Box 1231. WANTED By experienced woman, situation as nurse: can cook palata ble food for invalid. 616 North Fourth Slr.et. FREE On? hair dressing, any style, to every lady having a shampoo this week, at Mrs. Walker's, over post office. WANTED Christian man or woman willing to qualify for permanent po sition of trust, here or in home coun ty. ?D00 yearly. Enclose self-addressed, stamped envelope, to Secre tary, care of Republican. WANTED Every business man In Maricopa county to know that The Republican's job printing plant la the best equipped in all Arizona and that the prices and slock and styles are right. If 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. A LADY wishes to get day. Apply Room 1, House. FOR SALE Thi famous white free stone i. aches; none better for can ning er preserving, and a first-class s'.Kpprr: g t prtc- and leave orders at fruit stand opposite Boston Store or adCr. :-s Charles T. Wise, Mesa, A. T. PHOENIX FOUNDRY and MACHINE WORKS N. P. McCALLlM, Prop. 25 to 33 North Second St. Machinery of all kinds Built and Repaired. All work in the Mechanical Line. Machinery, Supplies, Etc. Ring up Telephone 63. Or call at 28 North Center s treet 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 MANUFACTURERS OF Mining, Milling and Machinery Castings STRUCTURAL IRON AND STEEL CONTRACTORS. Second Hud Machinery Bought andSold. WANTED Takers for J. Ernest Walk rr's bargains. Sic 160 ACRES for rent, under Mari copa canal, all in alfalfa, about three mil-, s froni city 2S0 ACRES for sale under Buckeye and Ariing'.on canals, a quarter of a mile from Arliiifi'ton. at a big bargain: 140 acres in alfalfa. Houses of all sizes furnished or unfurnished. FOR RENT OR FOR SALE Lots for sale on all kinds tit easy t rms. A fourtp.-n-room. well furnished brick fe.r r-nt in an excellent location. A nine-room brick in Brill's addition near car line at lo-.v rental: also A first-class new brick, six rooms, all modern improvements. Ranches in th.- Buckeye valley, where water never fails. Fire insurance placed: money to loan. See . ERNEST WALKER. The Real Estate Man. li-16 South Second Avenue. T 1. Main 501. SPECIAL price on course of scalp treatment at Mrs. Walker's, over postofficc. AVILL exchange inside gilt edge bus iness property, value $10,000, for Im proved ranch with good water. Ap ply to 212 "West "Washington Street. WANTED A situation as a genera! 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 North 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 patronage for years. For further information call on C. W. Slayton, 324 East Washington St., Phoenix, Arizona. WANTED Clean rags, suitable for wiping machinery. Repiiblioan office. WANTED A good lively man to sell sewing machines. Call at 05 E-at Washington Street. HOt'SE for rent: flats furnished and unfurnished for housekeeping, and rooms for lodging. 546 North Fourth Avenue. FURNISHED ROOMS, with or with out board. 436 North First avenue. DOMESTICS. S; Singers, $G. Supplies for all machines: repairing done. J. S. Elstner, 40T East Washington St. FOR RENT Furnished room, large, well lighted, southern and eastern ex posure: baith; close in. 338 East Van Buren Street. ! NICE front room for rent. Apply 646 North First Avenue. DR. ALICE LAWSON, the divine healer and clairvoyant, life reader, treats diseases of aU kinds and gives advice on domestic and business af fairs. Treatments and sittings daily. Office hours, 9 a. m. to 8 p. m., at 232 East Adams. LOST October 19, a gold trimmed button, with the face of a boy. A re ward if found. DR. WARD. PERSONS desiring to give labor in ex change for water shares in Imperial Water Co., call on Rice & I.eiahioi., No. CO North Second Avenue. FOR SALE First grade soft-shell al monds. Address C. T. Wise, Mesa, A. T. FOR SALE Forty-acre orchard. A paying proposition. For particulars address Box 17, Mesa, A T. FOR RENT Two new brick, room cottages, with bath and four-sum- mer kitchen. 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 payments. Modern improvements. SECURITIES and first mortgages bought and sold. HUGH M. CREIGHTON & CO.. 110 N. Center St. MELCZER BROS. WORKS Postorf lee Box 4-58 MRi. 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. 61 North First Avenue WANTED $5,000 on Buckeye ranches. Address T. H. T., P. O. Box 573, City. ANT 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. TWO ELEGANT rooms and screen porch; well furnished for light .house keeping; use of bath and toilet; no sickness. 493 North Third Avenue. FOR SALE Two wall t nts. new. one; 12x18 with fly. the other 12x14. Extra heavy. F. L. Davis, 526 South Sec ond Avenue. HEATING STOVES, two dollars and up. and bargains in other lines at the People's Store, 245 East Washing ton St re., t. PKOFESSIONAL THIS PAPER IS KEPT ON FILE AT E. C. Dake's Advertising Agency. 64 and 65 Merchants Exchange, San Francisco, California, where con .traeis for advertising can be made for it. ATTORNEY8-AT-ULW. J. H. KIBBET, A. J. EDWARDS, W. B. KIbbey. Kibbey, Edwards & Kibbey, Lawyers, 19-21 South Center St, Phoenix, Ariz. Ground floor. Jerry Millay. Geo. D. Christy. MILLAY & CHRISTY. ATTORNEYS at law. Rooms 216 and 217 Fleming block. Phoenix, Arizona. DENTISTS. DR. JOHN A. LBNTZ, DENTIST. OAS administered. Room oTer Poatoffloe. W. G. LENTZ, Dentist, specialist In Crown and Bridge work. Gas admin istered. Office Fleming Block, rooms 201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 206. H. J. JESSOP Dentist. Offlo. Farter building, corner Washington aae. Cea tr atreets. rooms 14 and If. DR. A. F. WINEMAN, DENTIST. Rooms 3, 4 and a, 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 Stasny of the New England Con servatory of Music. MUSIC TEACHER. cassio c. bra n an Teacher of violin and other stringed instru ments. Educated by best European masters: methods the very best. Twenty-two years' experience in teaching. May be seen at Redewlll's Music Store. MCSIC 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 pleased 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 ail teachers hold as 'the most difficult the guitar. , MRS. LEE M'DANELD. CERTAINLY THERE ARE TJK'SE who doubt, but wi have doubting Thomases everywhere. We also have a way to catch a cou.Th. Then why not a way to mend it? Those who persevere are the ones to reap the benefit. Call at corn-ir First avenue and Jefferson street. DERMATOLOGIST. MISS MOFFATT, DERMATOLOGIST, permanently removes wrinkles, frec-K-les and pimple's; also moles and su perfluous hair by electric needle. Manicuring. 30c. Dennis building. Room 1, over Boston Store. FIGURE IT UP! If we give you the same carpet for 65c per yard that other dealers a-k you 85c for, how much will you save? 20c on one yard or $8.00 on 40 yards. Sounds like a pretty good proposition. doesn't it? It's as good as it sounds. We have the best line of carpets shown in -the city and we can give you better price's than you can get elsewhere. These goods are new and of the latest novelties direct from the loom to us. Ul Us Show Yon Our Carpels. DORRIS BROS, HOUSE .FURNISHERS. 22, 24, 26, 28 W. Washington Street. Gio. H. Gii.LieiHia Joi F.'FIILD. .Estimates Furnished. Fifield & Gallagher GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS Rooms 11, 13 and IS O'Neill Bulldlnc PHOENIX, ARIZONA. I'O. BOX 573.