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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: TIIUESDAY MORNING JUNE G, 1901
National Bank of Arizona,
CAPITAL PAID UP UOO,eO
EMIL GANZ. President.
SOL LEWIS, Vice-President,
8. OBERFELDER, Cashier.
JOHN J. SWEENEY, AMt. Cashier.
Dlrecton: Kmil Oanu, sol Lewli. J. T. 1
Bmlth Charles iloldman, 8. Oberfelder, Ed
ward Kliole, Joi. Thalbevmer.
The Bank of California.. San Francisco
Laldlaw & Co New York
National Bank of Commerce.. St. Louis
Nat'l Bank of Commerce. .Kansas City
First National Bank Chicago
Colorado National Bank Denver
Fanners' & Merchants' Nat'l Bank
Consolidated Nat'l Bank Tucson
Bank of Arizona Preocott
Messrs. N. M. Rothschilds & Sons,..
THE VALLEY BANK
OS1 PBOBNTX. ARIZONA.
Paid Up Capital 10t,MI
WM. CHRISTY. President.
J. C. KIRKPATRICK, Vice-President
W. D. FULWILER. Cashier.
LLOYD B. CHRISTY, Ass't Cashier.
Drafts Issued on all of the Important
cities of the United States and Europe.
Discount Commercial Paper and do a
General Banking Business.
Office Hours: 9 a. m. to t p. am.
M. H. Sherman, Wm. Christy, E. J.
Bennltt, J. C. Klrkpatrlck, F. C.
Hatch. W. D. Fulwiler,
Lloyd D. Christy.
American Exchange NationsJ Bank,
New Qork: American Exchange Na
tional Bank, Chicago; First National
Bank. Los Angeles; Bank of ArUona,
Prescoit. Arli.; The Anglo-Oallfornla i
Bank. San Francleco. Cat I
Capital paid In .' JIOO.WO.OO
Surplus and profits .... 40,000.00
FRANK M. MURPHY, President.
MORRIS GOLDWATER, Vlce-Pres.
HENRY KINSLEY, Cashier
C. O. ELLIS, Assistant Caahltr.
FRANK M. MURPHY
- H. KINSLEY
R. N. FREDERICKS
JOHN C. HBRNDON
E. B. GAGE
D. M. FERRY.
Accounts of individuals, firms and
corporations solicited on favorable
36 Nassau ST., New York.
40 State at., Boston, (lass.
F1SK & ROBINSON,
Dealers in Investment
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 th
New York Stock Exchange executed
on commission for cash.
BAKVJCH &DWAK1) rioK
8H0H0K H. ROBINSON,
Umber New York Bto Exotuoxi
MINES E PROSPECTS
In the Jerome, Freicott, Grown
King or Wlokenbuig Dlttricts.
Why spend your time and money In
pearch of mining properties when I can
r.upply your wants at a moment's no
tice. My properties always turn out
better than represented. Call on or ad
dess me at Prescott.
Office, corner room, over bank of Ar
izona, d. d. Mcdonald.
HIHSOHFELD & PERKINS,
Imported and Domestic
Wines, Liquors and
FlFEELD & GALLAGHER
Booms 11, 18 and 18 O'Neill Bulldlns.
P. O. Box 573.
NEWS OF THE
Prescott, Ariz., June 4. (Special
correspondence of The Republican.)
The regulnr June term of the district
court of the fourth judicial district of
the territory was convened yesterday
morning and a grand Jury Impaneled.
The grand Jury consisted of Morris
Ooldwater, foreman; J. N. Rosenburg,
Thomas J. Howell, Frank L. Wright,
George P. Harrington, Homer R. Wood,
O. E. Walker, G. M. Wlllard, W. II.
Denny, Grant Carter, Dan Campbell.
J. It. Wei's; George Oswald, J. V.
Shopard, W. I. Johnson, Charles A.
Dake, W. M. Gammlll, A. A. Moore, A.
J. Hudson and A. G. Oliver. Six In
dictments have already been returned
by this honorable body npalnst the foi
Henry Asblll nnd John Doe, for a
robbery committed last November nt
Canon. Ariz., of about J115 In cash.
some cash and a watch and chain!
from. Charles H. Goddard.
Susanna Chable for felony. She mi
saulted one. J. H. Cordez, with n knlf,
on the 2nd day of April last.
Al LaStrange for burglary. Otegt
Tanaka for the same. Frank D'Amour,
grand larceny, and Richard Belk for
The cose of Welsllng vs. Oro Grande
(Wlckenbutg), was set for the 23rd
day of July, This Is to settle the title
to a number of claims In that vicinity.
The case of Frank M liter nnd Wm. a
Fain. Who were Indicted In Yuma for
the murder of Mary Hume, last Feb
ruary, and which was brought to this
district on a change of venue, has been
se( for the 20th of this month. Yuma
attorneys, are expected to be here at
that time to take up the case In this
Attorney J. W. Ross of Jerome whs
in the city for a couple of days In at
tendance upon district court matters.
J. M. Sullivan Is opening up a new
mining claim Just below the niuo Bell
property In the Big Hug district.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Haggott have re
turned from their bridal tour to San
Francisco and have gone out to the
B)ue Bell to r side, of which property
Mr. Haggott Is the very popu'nr and
efficient superintendent. A very bright
future Is nntlclpatrd for them by their
host of friends nnd well wishers.
W. P. Oovlllnnd has Just returned
from a months' visit in California.
Dr. L. C. Gonzales has returned from
Phoenix to le-lo-nte his offices In the
new Bashford block, as soon as the
building Is completed.
It is certainly In the air of the "City
of the Pines," for they follow along
right merrily in a steady sequence
now it Is pretty, little Miss Eva Mc
Candless, who has grown up right here,
who stole a march on her friends the
other evening by getting entangled In
the matrimonial meshes with Mr.
Davis, Ron of Mr. Davis, superinten
dent for H. It. Clifford.
MRS. GEORGE WOOSTER.
FitOM FOUR STATES.
Testimony to the Efficacy of the New
Scientific Dandruff Treatment.
James C. Rowe ,Llvlngston, Mont.:
"Herplclde cured dandruff and stopped
my falling hair."
Orange McCombs, St. Anthony, Ida
ho: "Heprlcide cleaned my scalp of
dandruff and made my hair soft as silk
W. H. Otis, barber, Champaign, lit.:
"I used Herplclde on one customer for
dandruff and on another for falling
hair with excellent results."
F. W. Woody (assistant postmaster)
Champaign, III.: "Herplclde complete
ly stopped my falling hair."
J. J. Bentley. Sheridan. Wyo.: "Her
plclde excellent for cleaning the scalp."
Cards of thanks, notices pertaining
to organizations and societies, church
fair or socials, will not be printed In
The 'Republican except when paid for.
BUY THE WAY!
On second thought would suggest that
you only buy a ticket, for you will be
as courteously treated, and It Is less
expensive. It don't matter where you
are going, th Southern Pacific lines
will give you the beat service and the
quickest time. For our CUT rates to
Los Angeles and San Francisco, ns well
as eastern points, you must make in
quiry of agents and
M. O. BICKNELL,
G. F. A., M. & P. & S. R. V. It. R.
SAN FRANCISCO SUMMER EXCUR
SIONS SANTA FE ROUTE.
On Thursday, May 16th, and weekly
thereafter, we will sell round trip 90
day tickets to San Francisco at rate
No deserts to cross, no tedious wait
ing for cinnections, and good things to
eat at Harvey's Eating Houses when
you travel on this line.
Remember this and call at our city
ticket office, 14 West Washington
street for detailed information.
L. II. LANDIS,
Acting General Agent.
TAKE THE SHORT LINE TO THE
Beginning Thursday, May 16th, the
Maricopa & Phoenix railroad will sell
tickets to Southern California seaside
resorts at $25.93 round trip, good for
ninety days. Tickets will be on sale
every Thursday hereafter. Remember
you can cat your supper In Phoenix
and your dinner In Los Angeles. Two
hundred miles shortest route. Cross
desert at night. For further Informa
tion call on or address,
M. O. BICKNELL,
G. P. A.
TO ALL CONCERNED.
Commencing Thursday, April 25th,
train No. 1 will leave Blsbee at 7:00 a.
m., Falrbank at 8:13 a. m., arriving at
Benson nt 8:50 a. m. No. 2 will leave
Benson at 11:00 a. m., Falrbank at 11:37
a. m., arriving at Blsbee at 1 p. m.
Train No. 3 will leave Blsbee at 1:30
p. m. for Douglas, arriving at Douglas
at 2:30 p. m. The return train, No. 4,
An Excellent Combination.
The pleasant method nnd beneficial
effects of the well known remedy,
HYiiui' op Fios, iranufacturcd by the
Camfounia Fin Oritur Co., illustrate
thevitluoof obtnliinfrtho liquid laxa
tive principles of plants known to be
medicinally lnxaLvo and presenting
them in the form moist refreshing to tho
taste and acceptably to tho system. It
is tho ono perfect 'jtrcngthenlnfj laxa
tive, cleansing tho system effectually,
dispelling- colds, headaches nnd fevers
gently yet promptly and enabling one
to ovorcomo habitual constipation per
manently. Its perfect freedom from
every objectionablo quality and sub-
biuuuu, uuu us aciing on llic kidneys,
liver and bowels, without w ealcening
or irritating them, make it tho ideal
In tho process of manufacturing flgs
nro used, as they are pleasant to the
ta.ste, but tho medicinal qualities of the
remedy are obtained from senna and
oinur aromatic plains, uy a method
known to tho Caufoknia Fio Svkup
Co. only. In order to get it3 beneficial
effects and to avoid imitations, please
remember tho full namo of th'o Company
printed on the front of every package.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP GO.
QAN FRANCISCO, CAI.
LOUISVILLE, KT. IfEW YORK. N. Y.
For salo by all Druggists. Price 50c. per bottle.
will leave Douglas at 3 p. m arriving
nt Blsbee at 4 p. m.
Time Pacific Standard.
These trains will carry passengers,
mall and express only.
V. R. STILES,
Gen. Frt. dnd Pass. Agent.
R. C. MORGAN, Superintendent.
Commenrlng May 28, wo will 11
everj" Tuesday round trip tickets to
Flagstaff, good plxty days, nt rate of
$15.20. L. II. LANDIS,
Acting General Agent.
WEEKLY EXCURSION TO
Commencing Saturday, May IStli, and
every Saturday thereafter to nnd In
cluding August 31st, 1901, we will sell
excursion tickets to Prescott at $9.00
for the round trijy Limit CO days, per
mitting no ttop-over.
L. II. LANDIS,
Acting General Agent.
"WE WAKE YOU UP AT BUFFALO."
Through Pan-Ainericnn Sleeper Via
Santa Fe Route.
The first I'an-Anierlcan Buffalo ex
curslon'lcnving Phoenix via Santa Fe
lines, June 3rd.
Will have through Pullman sleepers.
Call early for your space.
L. H. LANDIS,
Acting General Agent.
SANTA FE CHICAGO-CALIFORNIA
These are not "century runs."
but a "dally service," connecting
directly with S. F. P. & P. trains at
Ash Fork for Denver, Kansas City,
Chicago, New York and all principal
cities east. Also Los Angeles, San
Francisco, Portland and Pacific coaet
points. L. II. LANDIS,
Acting General Agent.
"GO TO COLORADO."
SANTE FE SUMMER EXCURSIONS.
Every Thursday, beginning May 30,
we will sell round trip tickets to Den
ver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo at
rate. of $55; limit ninety (90) days.
L. H. LANDIS,
Acting General Agent.
SEA SIDE EXCURSIONS SANTA
FE ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA.
Commencing Thursday, May 16th we
will each Thursday sell round trip
tickets to Los Angeles, San Diego,
Santa Monica and southern California
benches, at rate of $25.93; final limit
On account of the International Con
vention of the Epwoith League to be
held In San Francisco July 18 to 21, the
M. & P. R. R. will sell tickets to San
Francisco and Tcturn at rate of $37.50
round trip. Tickets will be on sale July
15 and 1C, and will be good returning
until July 31." For further Information
call on or address
M. O. BICKNELL, G. P. A.
Our dainty tnok of menns
roiinoft. Tlio Aincrlinii
St, Louis A, B. C. Be
1 beers, arc exported to tc
I other beer. The reason
H flavor, pure tonic proj
U qualities, The best fami
ffl LOUIS MELCZER,
OMJIiXlSMMdHmiil- r'JG'JJItfr'y'l'. u1 ' '
BOTTLED AT THE BREWERY
Ours Is a cool, comfortable line. You
will enjoy traveling over it. Do not
forget the Harvey Eating House, for
which the Santa Fe route has become
For Information and Pullman reser
vations, call at ticket office, 44 West
L. H. LANDIS,
Acting General Agent.
Henry L. Clapp, In a company of
good fellows, once said of a well known
editor who was constantly impressing
people with his own importance:
"Yes, he Is a self-made man, and he
worships his creator." Argonaut.
SANTA FE GRAND CANYON EX
CURSIONS. We will sell 60-day excursion tickets
to the Grand canyon every Tuesday at
fare of $23.10. Weather In that section
Is now most delightful.
L. II. LANDIS,
Acting General Agent.
She was beloved by Chollle's man.
This mnld, whose name wus Sally.
"My flower," he called' her, "pure and
A regular Illy." She was quite
The Illy of the valet.
If you go to California this summer
buy your ticket to Coronodo Beach.
You will hear about it everywhere In
California and will -want to go. Round
trip $25.95. Allows stop at Los An
geles. "Hnv? you ever boon perfectly
"Yes, but 1 never knew it at the
HOW TO FIND OUT.
Fill a bottle or common glass with
your water and let It stand twentv
four hours; a sediment or settling In
dicates an unhealthy rendition of thu
kidney!; If It stains the linen It Is evi
dence of kidney trouble; tco frequent
desire to pass It. or pain In the back
Is also convincing proof that the kid
neys and bladder are out of order.
WHAT TO DO.
There Is comfort In tho knowledge so
often expressed that .-. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney and
bladder remedy, fulfills every wish In
curing rheumatism, rain in the back,
kidneys, liver, bladder nnd eveiy part
of the urlnmy pa-sago. It corrupts In
ability to hold water and pcnldlng pain
in passing It, or bad effects following
use of liquor, wine or beer, and over
comes that unpleasant necessity of
being compelled to go often during th
day, and to get up many times during
the night. The mild and the extraor
dinary effect of Swamp-Root Is soon
realized. It stands the highest for Its
wonderful cures, cf the most distressing
cases. If you need a medicine you
-.hould have the bst. Sold by druggist"?
In fifty-cent and one-dollar sizes.
You may have a eample bottle of
Swamp-Root and a book ihat tells
more about It, both sent absolutely
free by mall. Address Dr. Kilmer 0
Co., Hlnghnmton, N. Y. When writing
mention that you lead this generous
offer In The Republican.
This African Red Kaffir always rubs
ills teeth nftsr meal with cold wooJa:h
from the flrepla"es, wihich accounts for
the absence of tartar, and the fine color
of hla teeth.
Proposals for CONSTRUCTING
RESERVOIR, ETC. AT FORT GRANT
ARIZONA. Office of Chief Quartermas
ter, Dept. of Colo., Denver, Colo., June
1, 1901. Sealed proposals. In triplicate,
will be received here until 11 o'clock a.
m., June 15, 1901, and then opened', for
furnlphlng material and labor requi
site for the construction of a reservoir
nhd laying of water pipe at Fort Grant,
Arizona, according to plans and spec
ifications on file In this office and office
of Quartermaster at Fort Grant, Ariz
ona, which will be rhown and blank
proposals and circulars giving full In
structions as to manner of bidding and
iterms of contract furnlr.hed on appli
cation. U. S. reserves the right to ac
cept or reject any or all bids or any
patt thereof. Envelope containing
bids to bo marked "Props sals for Con
struction of Water System" and ad
dressed MoJ J. W. Pope, Chief Q. M.
Moi'c bottles of
a''! Ill I u l(l M
A I 1 I I ' I n Vi M
shemian, "King of all bottled
sign countries than ot any
s plains Its matchless hop
rtics and perfect keeping
r beer in every clime.
Ilrenlnc ., St. I.uuli, Mo.
ONLY. NEVER SOLD IN BULK.
A KANSAS EDITOR SAYS:
11 1 Use Peruna in My Home
as a Family Doctor."
Mr. K. A. DUon,
810 East Tenth Street, Kansas City, Mo.
Mr. P. A. Dixon, Editor Pythian Echo,
says in a recent letter to Dr. Hartman :
"Somo two years ago I began using Pe
runa in my family as a family doctor,
and I havo been highly pleased with
tho result. My wifo has used it for
catarrh and experienced great relief.
My little girl lias been sick a number of
times, and when wo used your medicine
It proved a Ktiecess. I havo used It my
self several times and consider it a very
valuable medicine. Speaking from per
sonal observation, 1 consider it a good
Investment to keep It In my home, and
believe every man who desires to re
lievo suffering, and at the same time
savo money, should investigate the
real merits of your Peruna and other
In a later letter ho says : "For about
four years I have used Peruna In my
homo for myself, wife nnd two children,
and I havosaved many doctor bills.
Many times a dose or two of Peruna
if permitted to go for a day, would re
sult in serious trouble. For grip it is
splendid and can bo used successfully
with very young children as well as old
people. I uso it in my homo as an all
around family doctor and when it has
been given a fair trial, It has proved an
Address Tho Peruna Medicino Co.,
Columbus, O.. for f reo catarrh book.
She Well, dear, did you enjoy your
evening? Did he give you a good din
ner? He The best ever. I could think of
nothing else while eating It; and I for
got all about It after. Life
The most miserable beings in the
world are those suffering from Dyspep
sia and Liver Complaint. More than
seventy-five per cent of the people in
the United States are afflicted with
these two diseases and their effcts;
such as Sour Stomach, Sick Headache,
Habitual Costlveness, Palpitation of
tho Heart, Heartburn, Wa.erbrash,
Gnawing and Burning Pains at the Ph
of the Stomach, Yellow Skin, Coated
Tongue and Disagreeable Taste in the
Mouth, Coming up of Food after Eat
ing Low Spirits, erte. Go to your Drug
gist and get a bottle of August -Flower
for 75 cents. Two doses will relieve
you. Try It. Get Green's Prize Al
manac. Wakelin's Pharmacy and T
NOTICE IS HERDBY GIVEN, that
the undenJgned, the Phoenix Natonal
Bank, will on the 13th day of June, A.
D. 1901, at the hour of 9:30 a. m., in
front of the Coun House door In Phoe
nix, Maricopa County, Arizona Terri
tory, sell at public auction to the high
est bidder, for cash, the following per
sonal property, to wit: One-half (V4)
share Number fifty-seven A. (57 A.)
nnd one-half (M) share Number fifty
seven B. (57 B.) In the Tvmpe Irrigat
ing Canal; one-half (V4) share Number
A. thlrty-wcn (A. 37), being Certifi
cate Number one hundred and forty
five (145) and one-half () share Num
ber A. 37, being Certificate Number one
hundred and forty-six (146) In the
Western Branch of the Tempe Canal
Company; and one-halt (&) share
Number thirty B. (30 B.) and one-half
(') phare Number thirty A. (30 A.)
lit the Southern Extension of the
Tempe Irrigating Canal Company;
and shaies Numbers thirteen (13), four
teen (14), fifteen (16) and twenty-five
(23) In the Utah Irrigation Ditch Com
pany. Said above described personal prop
erty having been pledged to paid Bank
as collateral security to secure three
notes of A. J. Daggs aggregating the
sum of nine thousand sven hundred'
forty-one 73-100 dollars ($9,741.73), with
Dated this 3rd day of June, 1901.
THE PHOENIX NATIONAL BANK,
Per C. J. HALL, Cashier.
jTlL K?bbey7 ""A. J. Edwards
KIBBEY & EDWARDS, Lawyers, 1-21
South Center street, Phoenlz, Arls
Jerry Mlllay. Geo. D. Christy
MILLAY & CHRISTY, ATTORNEY!
at law. Rooms 216 -and 217 Flemlni
block. Phoenix, Arizona.
THE VIA VI REMEDIES CURB CA-
tarrh, Stomach Trouble, Hemorrhoids
Rheumatism and Uterine Diseases
MRS. PARKHURST LABRUM.
209 West Adams.
Afternoons. Consultation free.
Rest as You Hide
Gulrlnteea you titctute Cetrt h4
I ttnivrt Iff UTIiNf. I lis mr wiicc.
Ypur wheel fclwijrs unjrr lonirol. Secu
rity uu htlU. A luiurjr on the level.
You mlo r0 Mile-, but
lcll only Co Mile.
,100,000 utKfie.1 tiWt Inl )cu. Sold
tiy III dealers. Bwkut Frtl.
Ltllyu r. lu., Ualra, X. T.
fUrULAK WAIN 15 f
Advertisements under this head on e half cent a word each Insertion.
No advertisement taken for less than twenty-five cents.
FOR SALE Eighty acres, 4 miles west,
all In alfalfa; good house; fenced;
possereion given In 30 days; at a re
markably low figure.
FOR RENT Maricopa and Grand
canal summer water.
DWIGHT B. HEARD,
Center and Adams. Tel. 156L
HOUSES FOR RENT
FOR RENT House Avlth plenty shade,
on North Fifth avenue. G. B. Rich
mond, 21 E. 'Washington street.
FOR RENT A cool, pleasant brick
cottage in the most desirable part of
town. Apply to W. K. James.
FOR RENT. Furnished houso, six
rooms and bath. E. C. Payne, Pres
cott. FOR RENT. Furnished nouse for the
summer. Enquire 464 N. First ave.
FOR RENT. Three 6mall furnished
cottages, good' shade. Cheap. 428 S.
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT. 'A nice, cool front room,
east front, bath and electrlo light.
Apply cor. 5th ave. nnd Van Buren St.
AT "THE PORTLAND" The coolest
rooms In the city. Prices reduced for
the summer. No. 225 North Central
FOR SALE, CHEAP Twenty acres of
ranch land with water right 1n Ari
zona canal at $20 per acre. Also a
two-seated surrey in first-class con
dition; newly painted; at a bargain.
For further particulars call at corner
of North Seventh and Thirteenth
streets. Brill's addition.
TO EXCHANGE 1 will exchange fine
10-acre fruit tract, new house, in
California, for Phoenix property. A.
A. Branscombe, 123 North Tenth
FOR EXCHANGE A handsomes, well
appointed residence In Phoenix for
good alfalfa ranch. Address XX, Re
FOR SALE Blak riding pony, sound
and gentle, for sale cheap. Inquire
nt Grant':., first house east of Indlnn
AUCTIONEER W. D. Hammond, 15
South First avenue, with Lightning
Delivery. Tel. 101.
FOR SALE. Very cheap, a riding nnd
driving pony. Young, sound and gen
tle. T. Everett, first bouse east ot
Indian school trolley on Thomas road,
or address box 483.
FOR SALE. Locomobile, by Mr. L. D.
Copeland, cheap, on- account of the
owner residing In mountainous coun
try. Call on or address Lawrence
Sargeant for particulars.
FOR SALE. Fine Weber piano, cheap.
Mandolin, guitar. Apply 408 N. 2nd
FOR SALE At a bargain, good ranch
wagor; also good camping wagon.
Inquire CIS North Second Ave.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Kansas City
hay press, 10x18, buck rake, scales
and wire machine, all for $125 or big
team. Enquire at 429 W. Jefferson St.
WANTED A position as clerk by a
young lady with best of references.
L. O., this office.
ELDERLY MAN, ftrong and vigorous,
(no lung trouble), wants situation
taking care of grounds, market gar
den, fruit ranch or anything where
trustworthiness and Industry are re
quired. Address P. Wea'.herly, Re
YOUNG MAN would like to do light
work on ranch for loard. Address
J. J. B., this office.
WANTED. Position as cook in a min
ing camp or boarding house or for a
club by a. woman with, experience.
Good references. Address this office,
WANTED. By middle aged widow, po
sition as house keeper. Address P. O.
WANTED First class girl (none other
need apply) to do general housework.
Will pay good wages. Work light.
If. I., this office.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST. Roll of sample portraits, on
road about four miles north of Five
Points. Return to this office and re
FOUND. A small colt on Grand ave
nue. Finder can have It by paying
for this advertisement. Call No. 11,
South First Ave.
FOUND A. black mare, white stripe
on face, branded on both hips, and
right shoulder. Inquire B. Lambeye's,
touth of river.
LOST North of Five Points, Sunday,
a lady's gold' pin. Finder return to
this office and receive reward.
LOST Lady's gold watch and chain
between Mesa and Phoenix. Anyone
finding please leave at F. T. Pomero
& Co. and get reward.
HUMMEL BKOS. & CO
Go. d uelpof all Muds mrnisDta, lUnchef , stores, st
FOR RENT Furnished house and
FOR RENT Vacant houses.
FOR SALE Orange lands.
FOR SALE Ten-acre ranches and up
wards. FOR SALE Vacant lots In most de
sirable parts of the city.
FOR SALE Homes on easy terms.
MOJi'EY to loan at low rates of Inter
est. Insurance placed In reliable com
panies. Conveyancing done accurate
ly. Anything and everything In tha
real estate line.
J. ERNEST WALKER,
No. 16 South Second Avenue. Officel
phone 601. Residence phone 3031.
FOR SALE A choice Piece of business
property that will bring good re
turns on the investment. Thia la well
located nnd cheap.
FOR SALE Several choice building
lots on easy terms.
A NICE cottage for sale on payments.
SECURITIES and first mortgages
bought and sold.
HUGH M. CREIGHTON & Co.,
180 N. Center St.
LOST Between First Ave. and First
St., on Adams, Saturday night, May
18, a bicycle basket containing 3
lady's vests. New York store wrap
per; one pair lady's gloves, bottle of
medicine and teaspoon. Please return
to Republican office and get reward.
MISCELLANEOUS WANTS "
MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi
enced card reader, tells past, present
and future: Ladies, 23c; gentlemen,
60 cents. 231 Buchanan street, corner
of Third street
WANTED A standard piano, in good
condition, for cash or trade. 1130 W.
MAN to go east. Half fare paid. Ad
dress N.. Republican office.
WANTED A buggy or horse and
buggy; must be In good condition and
cheap. P. O. 1hx 461. Phoenix.
WANTED A gentle pony for children.
C31 N. Center street.
WANTED. PONIES -Only large,
sound, gentle and. safe riders and
drivers; also buggy and light spring
wagon. Must be In good condition.
Address Fuller Relluf, general deliv
ery. Give description ana state price.
MADAME CAPELLE. scientific lifo
reader. Consult on business, law
suits, removals and all affairs, of life.
530 W. Washington street. Room 1C.
MRS. KELSO wlsheii to announce that
she Is golhg to keep her dining room
open during the summerinonths. Cool
dining room, good meals and good ser
vice. The Kelso, corner Third avenue
and Adams street.
WANTED. A pretty good second liand
buggy top for single buggy. Inquiro
WANTED-To take care oC for tho
summer months, furnished house.
Small family, no sickness. Address F.
BILLS, samples ana other advertising
matter distributed promr tly and thor
oughly by Geo. H. Hadhow.
GOOD PASTURE-For gentleTcki
only one mile south of Washington
street on Seventh avenue. Jno. Ley-
JONES' VICTORIA, stand near Berlin.
Telephone 2871. Ladies calling a
specialty. Chas. Jones, owner.
DR. JOHN A. LENTzTBENTIST.
Rooms over old postoffice. About Juno
15 will remove to Talbot, building,
diagonally opposite new postofflco.
DR. J. L; HAMILTON. DENTIST.
Rooms 1 nnd 2, Hub Building, IS W.
W. G. LENTZ, Dentist, specialist In
Crown and Bridge work. G&t. admin
istered. Office Flemin Block rooms
201, 22, 203, 204, 205, 206. Phone 236S.
H. J. JESCOP Dentist. Offlcs Porter
building, corner Washington and
Center streets, rooms 14 and. 18.
DR. HOWARD RAMSEY, VETERI
nary surgeon and dentisU Graduate!
Ontario Veterinary Colege. Office:
Corner First avenue airt Monroe St.,
Ambrose Corral, Phoenix. Ariions,
J. Q. A. KING, MINING, MILLING
and Smelting Machinery of every de
scription. 18 N. Second Ave., Plioe
nix, A. T.
J. Q. A. KING, ASSAYER AND
'Metallurgist. Successor to E. E.
Ford. Cyanide concentration, mill and
smelter tests, amalgam refrted, re
fined and assayed. Laboratory 18 N,
Second Ave., Phoenix, Arizona.
Conveyancing a specialty. AcknowU
edgmems taken. 110 Njrth CenUf
Street, opposite Hotel Adams.
THIS PAPER IS KEPT ON s ILB AT
E. C. Dake's Advertising Agruey, 4
and 65 Merchants Exchange, Ban
Francisco, California, where con
tracts for advertising tu V nml
Si 1-3.2 V. 21 Street. Lot Asmcw C vu
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