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TTTE ARIZONA REPTJB'LICAN': SATURDAY MOENING, SEPTEMBER. 21, 1901.
We Are Selling Shotguns Every Day Now Game Season Opens October 1 5 From reports received from all sections of southern and central Arizona there will be more quail, ducks and geese this fall than have been seen be fore for years. Now that "market hunting" has been abolished in Arizona, th? farmers are beginning to believe that possibly they can. find enough quail for themselves once in a while. During the rpatt week we have sold a num ber of fine Lefever hammerless, Winchester and Mnrlin repeaters, and Stevens' famous single barrel shotguns to the fornvrs. AVhile a great mnny people heie shoot cheap gun, pome that would not bring five dollars in second-hand si ore. still w believe there ar n inrg. number of shooters who appreciate nnd like to see fine rIioikiiu. These :! the people we want to meet, whether you buy or not. We have in stock th. following m.ik s of hammerlefs shotguns: Lefever. S. L. '. Smith. Talker. Remington, Fremont, and others. If wo cannot lit you from stork, we can take your measure and get you a gun that will .positively suit you. Rememlier the gun business Is no fide issue with us. Pinney & GTJNS. BICYCLES, CAMERAS, Established 18ST. Phono 1471. Big Balloon Ascension Every Week at Our Store An order for several dollars' worth of Gioceries, Teas and Coffee will be sent up In each one. When you cap ture the Halloon. get the order, and it will he honored at The Store That's Always Busy. Nrx.t week's Balloon will contain an order for $J.O0 15 lbs Pure Granulated Sugar 5c 1 Can Best American Sardines 10c 1 Can Good Oysters 33hc 1 lb Special Blend Tea I3c 1 Can Padlock Oysters JOc 1 tb Concentrated Soup 25c 6 Bars Calla Lily Soap 35c 1 Can Fresh Ground Best Bulk Pepper 25c 2 1 lb Packages Arbuckle Coffee Above prices made at Arizona's low est price "grocery house. Bring this order and get your goods free. Watch for our special prices. McKEE'S GASH STORE MrjEDEROTJS TRAMPS Hold Up, Beat and Bob a Railroad Employe. Kingman, Ariz.. Sept. IS. 1901. (Spe cial Correspondence of the Republican.) This morning a man . who had bee'.i working for the raHroad company near Peach Springs came In to Kingman on a freight train with hi head cut and bruised In -bad ehape. . He tolls a utorj as follows Two tramps, a white man and a negro. Ieat him in the head" with an iron coupling pin at Nelson station and threw him out of a box car from the moving train.- They took all his money some $35 ,and' when he came to he climbed onto a frflght train and came to Kingman.. He gave a good . description of his assailants to Sheriff Ijovin, who has located them at Yucca. 5 milei west of here. They will be hfc;d l the next term of court on the charge of robbery. NOTICE. At a meeting of the board of direc tors of the Sonora Milling & Mining company, held at its office In Nogaies, this lTth day of September. A. E., 1901, it was tesolved: That commencing on Wednesday, the 18th day of Septem ber. A. D.. 19)1, the company will ofT;r for sale a limited amount of its treas ury stock at f0e (fifty cents) per share, in blocks no smaller than one hun dred (100) shares. The right Is reserved to advance the price at any time. O. O. SAXHANC5, Secretary. MATTERS OP RECORD. The following instruments reported by the Phoenix Title Guaranty and Ab stract company were filed for record hi the county recorder's offica during the day: . N. A. Morford to Alice M. . Morfori, deed to lota 1, 3 and 5, block 88; con sideration, 11. John M. Pike and wife to Frank Fu nua. deed to swfc. ne"4 and n. sec 32, tp 2 n. r 2 e; consideration, $7,000. Frank Fuqua, and wife to John M. Fike. deed to lots 1. 3 and 5, block 82; consideration. J13.000. Ice cream, snerbet, mills, salads, fish, meats, chicken, etc Get a nice steak out of our cold storage. Dishes washed by stear... Lmucn counter and dining room. Special cafe and private rooms on second floor. Coffee Al's Restaurant. Robinson TYPEWRITERS, SPORTING GOODS. 40 North Center St., Phoenix. KOUENING AT CONGEES 3 Memorial Services at the Big Mining Camp. , Coira-refs. Ariz., Sept. 19. 1001. (Spe cial Correspondence of the Republican.) A short four .months ago Wm. M . - Kinley. president of the l.'nitfd States. was with u.. and hedged around as he , was with the dignity of his high office. the gvntle nnd genial bearing of the man himself verily made him so.-m one of us. Today 'with rorroin'ul hearts we gathered, man woman and child, to pay him our last tribute in a touching immortal service. On that day four months ago with swinging stride he followed his conduc tors through mine and mill, over hill and trail, deep Into th? bowels of the earth, there by the flickering' light of a candle to And the red, white and blue he loved so well. Today at noon the mill ceased its pounding, the mine no longer echoed to the ring of hammer upon steel an 1 and the hundreds who had felt hi hearty hand grasp came out Into the bright September sun to do honor to the dead, the President and th? man Mr-Kinley. Headed by the Congress band and to the mournful music of a funeral diree a lino of three hundred men and one hundred t;hool children marched through the main streets of the town to the stands on the plaza where the' exercises were to be held. In the line wer? representatives f the G. A. It., the Masons. Knights of Pythia. the Italian and 'Mexican societies, the Workmen and the Woodmen, u general outpouring of the citizens of Congress. The feature of the services, -whi'-h were very simple, -was an eloquent ad dress by the Rev. Ur. Cowan of Phoe nix, who very kindly consented upon short notice to officiate. 'Nearer My God to Th:-e" was played by the band, followed by a few b:if introductory remarkes by Judge J. fe. Hall and a prayer by Dr. Cowan. In the address of the day. Dr. Cowan paid a glowing tribute to the dead president; touched upon his st'rling qualities as a man and as an official, upon his dignity, his integrity and his great loves of country. In scathing words he denounced anarchy. It agents all its means, and put especial stress upon the fact that the bullet which placed the name of McKinley upon the roll of martyrs was aimed too at the flag of our country., and closed with a fervent appeal for a more ac tive patriotism to the end that cuch outrages may become impossible, and that from the Atlantic to the Pacific we may walk in the paths of peace and prosperity forevermore. The exercises were conchi'1. with the pkaying of "The Swe. t Bye ind Uye" by the tand. RICHMOND. State of Ohio, City of Toleao, Lucas County, ss. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the penior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co.. doing business in j the City of Toledo, County and' State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONB HUNDICKD DOL j LARS for each and every case of ca-'-, tarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENKY. Sworn to before roe and subscribed in J my presence, this 6th day of December, i A. !., 1SS6. (Seal.) . A. W. G LEA SON, Notary Public. i Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern- i ally and acts directly on the blood and mucous rfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. T. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O. Sold by druggists. 75 cents. Hall's Family Pills are the best. INDIANS VERSUS CLERKS Line-up for the Base Ball Game This Afternoon. The Indian school baseball team and the. Clerks team wil! play their much adveitised game at the Phoenix park this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. The In dian band -will be 1n attendance and ladles will be admitted free. ISoth sides are confident of a victory and promise a god game. Following is the ilne-up: Indians. C:erks. Frank Rice c Williams Edwin Santo p a.aham Patricio Luigo lb OBborn Homer G-anQ. 2b Reynolds David Navarro.. ..3b... Thomas F.anclsco Lugo.. ..ss Hughes Manana -Sllvas If Sunderland Claina Smi:h cf Sweem Alfred Scott if Ham Mrs. E. if. Mooter has returned from the east, where she has been taking a rpecial course in Tailoring, and Is pre pared to give her customers the mo ft artistic effects in Tailor-Made Gowns. She has also brought madhinea for making French accordeon pleating, knife pleating, fringing, pinking and buttons. A woman need never hope to keep a secret. Age will tell on her. Poultry men S Now is the time to start your hatcher. Do not forget that we are agents for the best Incubator and Brofcders ever manufactured, Tho Prairie State H. BSJRTiS, The Continually Increasing Business CCBicii' fit Being done by ns tells the story of the popularity of our line of hlnh grade Sewing Machines. We have them from Justin to $73. in. fully warranted for ten years. Accommodating terms of credit to all. Complete assortment or China anil Class Ware. RICHMOND DAY CO. House Furnishers. 21-23 B. Wanhlmtotl At. HE WASTED TO EIGHT ' A Contest Over a High Chair in a I Restaurant- The guests at a Washington street restaurant raw an amusing thing at d5nner yesterdav evening.' A gentle man and lady with a little boy of four or five, who board at the restaurant regularly, came 1n. A red high chair had leen at the disposal of the boy mi Ions that he felt a sort of proprietor ship. Mt this time the. chair had been pre-empted by a little girl. At the sight of the occupation of his prop erty the boy emitted a howl, followed by a succession of yells, for the return of the chair to its rightful owner. A3 soon as the mother of the little girl dis covered the csiise of the l isl tir'ori no? she enrried the chair to the table oc cupied by the parents of the little boy. They properly administered a lesson of self denial to the howling youth by re fusing to let him occupy It. The lady carried it back to her table and re-enthroned the little girl.' The yells and screams of the boy continued until his parents were at last compelled1 to leave the restaurant. As they carried him out howling and kicking, he cried: " I don't wants de cheer! I don't wants he-:r! I wants to fight!" The little girl, who was busy eating, turned to her mother and said: "if he wants to fiht Just let him wait till . get through eatin' my supper an" I'll fight him!" MEN AND WOMEN. Aiphonse Monorl has Just finished a statue of floi. Tumas which will be placed in the Place Malherbes. Paris. Camllle Saint-Faens. the Fr.'nrh com poser, has been made a knight of the German order Pour le Merlte. George C. Chamberlain, who died at Greenwich, Ownn., the other day. was a boy of 9 at the time of the battle of Waterloo and carried water to the wounded on the field. Henry H. Wilier, who died recently in Philadelphia, bequeaihe.l much real estate to the Fiftieth Ilaptist church in that city for the endowment of the WiSler Memorial Baptist home. The Society of American Wars in tent's with the finan-iaJ assistance of patriotic people of 'San. Francisco, to secure the eret tion of a monument to th memory of John Paul Jones, the naval hero of the revolution. The mat ter was publicly suggested for the first time at the bi-mor.uhly banquet of the society lately at San Franc-isco. The naturalist, M. Perrier, 'has asked the French government for the sum of J2.00O.O00. He Is director of the zoo logical department of the JarJin da riantej? 4n Pails, and d-H'lares that nothing less tlian that sum wil suflUe to bring hi.i coll.ctionn and buildings up to date. He says that amon.g his 90 monkeys there is so much, consumption that It constitutes a real danger to visi tors. . The mother of Governor Beckham of Kentucky enjoys the rarr crntlnction or being the daughter, sister and mother of governors of states. Her father was Governor Charles A. Wickliffe. The day before he d:Iivered his not able address at the Buffalo exhibition President McKinley mad this contest-ion: "I am Just as nervous before be filnri'ng a speech nowadays ns I was before delivering 'my maiden address in the house of representatives years and years ago." Sweat and fruit acids will not dis color goods dyed with Pmnam Fade less(Dyes. Sold by Elvey & HuletL SPECIAL RELIGIOUS SERVICFS--There .will be preaching In the Fri Methodist church, corner of Fifth and Adams streets, by the Rev. D. G Shep ard. district eldr of the Arizona dis trict, on Friday and Saturday nights 6t 7:30. Preaching Sabbath mornlny nt 11 o'clock, followed by sacramental ser vice, and again preaching Sabbath eve ning at 7::'.0. All are cordially Jnvlted to these services. MOSQl'ITO QUE3TION BURNING. After reading all the scientific screeda on the mosiiuitn question, the wonder is that so many of us who nave fought with and been bitten by nwsquitos every summer of our lives remain to ldl the tale. Th? mosquito, according to the scientists. Is more terrible than any other beast of prey. Indianapolis Journal. vl3 and 15 East Washington St j PERSONAL MENTION. Mrs. Kiln M. Mosher returned from Chicago, Thursday morning. Mrs. O. S. Cross of Leeton. Mo.. Is a guest of the Commercial hotel. Governor Muiphy left this morning for Denver on public business. E. M. Champion left last night via the M. & P. railroad for Bassett, Cal. Mrs. A. Below. Flagstaff, registered at the Commercial hotel yesterday. J. P. Welles was In the- city yester day, returning to Tucson last night. Mr. Irving Furl left on Sunday night for Los Angeles for a month's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. S. Oberfelder return d yesterday morning from San Francises. Mrs. N. A. Morford returned yester day mr.rning from a visit with fiienis in Stoddard. Ariz. Sliiriey Christy returned yestenlay from a business trip to the southern lorl oi' the territory. Mr. and Mis. Darby D;iy icturned y St. 1-day morning fimn'ii visit to the H. iiithrru part i t the territory. A. C. Dezendorf. rt presenting the I. os Angeles Herald. Is vllting the va rious mining camps of the territory. Mrs. W. ZoccUIer returned y-steiday morning from southern California, wheie sh? has been spending the sum mer. C. W. Barnett and George Mauk re turned ye-sterday from a trip to the coast. Thty took in Los Angcle., Sar.:a Barbara ani several other points. Moses Drachman, who has had charge of the county treasurer's office at Tucson, duri - the absence of his brother Harry in the east, has returned to Phoenix. Jake Spitz. San Fiancisco; Mr. and M:s. J. W. Biankenship. Jerome; A. H. Garrett. Los Angeles: John B. Shea. Watsonvllle. Colo., regl.-tered at the Commercial hotel yest tday. Mr. Joseph Shclton, till recently city editor of the Democ$at in Pnducah. Ky . and bifore that connected with the Lnulsvire, PlFpatch, Is in the city, pi jhably to remain permanently. Ill health has become impaired by his work. in the east and he comes here hoping to he benefited by the climate. Among those registering at the Hotel Adams yesterday wore W. J. Rainey and J. M. Crombie of Detroit: F. W. Murphy. Denver; J. W. H. Prosser. Philadelphia: W. S. Burns tt and J. H. LaRue of San Francisco: Henry Shaw, New York: H. M. Adkinson. Chicago, and George M. Pawy of Washington C. H.. Ohio. Dr. J. M. F.Td and wife and Mr. and Mrs. Krnesi Ford came in yesterday morning from a summer's fishing ex cursion at Catalina. Tn:-y were some what discouraged, since the biggest fish they caught weighed only 317 pounds. They are going back next summer again with the not unreasonble hope that the fish will have grown by that time. I0CK YOUR E00RS MONDAY No Extra Policemen Will Be on Duty Circus Bay. There was a rp cial meeilng of the city council last evening at which a number of Important matters we:e dis cussed. Being a constant reader of the newspapers and bill-boards. Marshal Kinney had learned that a circus was due to arrive hre next Monday, and knowing that a hard crowd of people sometimes travels with such aggrega tions, he has been studying out ways mi means for the protectian of tho people on that clay. " He knew that heretofore it has been customary for the city council to per mit, the marshal to appoint a coip3 of deputies for "circus day," so last night he teported to the council that he would Ilk: to have a little extra as sistance, and modestly asked the privi lege of appointing four extra- poilce men to serve Aiondar anj Monday night. The council was immediately seized with an attack of municipal economy and refused the rsquest. If the city has any additional protection 'in that day It must be sought through the Fheriff's office. Heretofore both the sheriff and the chief of po'.ice have had extra m:n, and quite a number of them. And even with that protection mo:e or-less burgiary and highway robbery has occurred on circus day or the night following. In view of the situation. It will there fore be the part of wisdom for house holders who are away from hom on thafciay to take extra precautions in the locking or guarding of their prop erty. There are always a number of criminais traveling with fx. circus, that ar3 in nj way connected with it, but who follow Its trail to w.ork the crowd3 it daily brings together. THE WEIS LIBRARY. Good Investment of a Rich Man For Farmers. ' John Weis. a Pennsylvania farmer and hard-headed Presbyterian., be queathed1 practically his entire fortune of 80.0GO for 'the establishment of a library for the benefit o'f farmers in a distinctively farming district. Weis longed to place In the hands f country boysr and girls th? means w-hereby they could become better fit ted to tope with the boys and girls of the cities. Not long ago John Wel3died. There was a will to be opened and read, and its provisions carried out. This is how tho will read: "I give all the residue of mv estate, real and personal, to Amos H inkle of Mlllereek township, and to Levi II. Kreid-r of McKean township, and to , MOW I to make up your Outing Flannel Winter Garments We have a beautiful line of these, goods in all colors, checks, plaids, stripes, and solid, light and dark patterns Prices range from 5 cents to 12 cents per yard. The best Values in the city. ... Our stock of Men's, Ladies' and Childrens Fall and Winter Underwear is now on sale, ranging in price from the cheapest to the best. When in need of these goods, call and inspect them, prices are v right. No trouble to show goods. HE ALU 9 and Telcptione 2741 T. C. PECK, President. WAURKN GILLRLKN, Tr -asurer. A. M. KKUNrlWlCK, Secretary. P3cif?c Mutual Investment Company of Los fingeles OAPITAT.,, y.fUittO.UO (In corporaterl under the laws of Ca Ifornia. Approved and Authorized l.y tho TT. s. Assistant Attorney General for the P. O. Department.) CKIITIF1CATKS non-forfeitable and may be cashed, after two years in cae of death or total di-?abilitv. after one year. Lans made on Certificates as collateral security after If, months. Monthly premiums 2. Four per cent discount on advance payments. Interest on premiums. S per e?nt. Agents wanted. Itoom- 6 Nicholson Bldjr. X. A. Morford, (Jen. Ajft.. Ariz., X. M Col. and. I direct the same to paid sai-1 jrustees in cash or securities as soon a my executor, hereinafter na,med. Fh::i be able to properly dispose of my pro rrty and settle my estate, and I dire.-t thnt they procure by purchase ir otherwise a idece of land not exceeding two acres upon which they hnll erert and maintain a building" to be use3 for a free library and place for literary and mental impiovement, and 1 direct said trustees to purchase and keep up n Ubra.ry which shall -comprise a good selcction-of bonks for reading and von tcl improvement and prof-cribe rules therefor. This library snail be for the use of any and all resid nts of Fairvlew townrhip nnd borrough, MfKean town ship .and as mu h of MiM-creek as com prises the election district or vvect Millcreek, without -distimtlon of rare. crJlor. creed or sex. And f o the fa rm r rs" 1 j bra r y w r i s builded, and christened Veis Li brary." It is more than a library. It Is post office, meeting house and as sembly hall for -men and women is well. The eround on which it stands was donated by one of th? trustees named in the will, o thit nothing should have to be taken from the legacy for the purchase of ground. There are 3,000 volumes in th? library -C.f DO volumes that have been- carefui!y selected, ana embrace every line of lit erature. St. Louis Republic. Tho proper ag? at which a girl should get married Is the parsonage. The nmn wno gets in a peck of trou ble is in a measure to be pitLed. THE 11 East Washington When Your Soetor writes your prescription, your first thought la what druggists shall I have prepare it. Could you think of any one who is better ab'e' to fill it, as it should bj, than - ELVEY & HULETT, The Live Druggists Your df. tor knows they are competent registered pharmacists. Send us your mail orJrs. AVe have just what you want. A Groat Real Estate FOR SALE. All kinds of Improved and unimproved city and ranch property. Best values In orange proves and or ange land to be bad In the valley. Well located 5 and 10 acre lot 30 acres of fine alfalfa with house and Rood shade, etc., at a bargain. Cosy little home with 5 acres, well improved, close in. Host raying- 160 acre ranch in the valley. MONEY TO LOAN'. E. A. Spauldmg, No. 41 West Adams street. Badges, Emblems, Pins For society, fraternity or class are In stock in wide variety. Mort likely we have -what you -want. If we haven't.' will Ket it for you with out a moment's unnecessary delay, and without a penny's additional cost. Kemember that it is safe to buy here. You are sure you are Retting the best. Geo, H. Cook & Co. Arizona's Leading Jawelers. 134 West Washington Street. ME Street ' Phoenix, Arizona We are stock full of good furniture, from floor to ceiling-, and a're surp.ised to note the? ease In which it ia sellins Cur Prices Are Talking Ve have a full Use of suits, springs, maltressofr. rockers, chairs. Iron beds white enamek'd dresser;-:, stand tables, mirrors, desks, etc., new and second h;tnd. nEMEMPEIi TUB PLACE.. Spears & Toney. ' .12 and .14 W. Washington St. PLANK, Hie HATTER For the latest In cool summer cloth ins and up-to-date hats you will find at PLANK, the Hatter T 10 0 l. is..r2,f .... ifmfoBmfVti it fif&m v ? v--'i fef ' WS''W-- I?-''" i0$t 10t-S Fte!sf Block.