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TTtE ' ATUZON A REPUBLICAN: BATTJH DAT" MOTHTING-, SEPTEMBER P.l, 1001.
I See Our East Window Shewing LAP ROBES Of the Latest Design. Genuine Mohair Robes. Also Saddles. Chaparejos, Silver Mounted Bits, Quirts, Spurs, etc. Ezra. W Thayer, , Hardware and THE VETERANS. Flingrout the Rrimy; tatterej flajja In Fiwilom's blazing gun: " Lead forth ihe Mmplng- veterans Ana cheer them on? by one. Here's l the Blue, 'here's to the Gray! In old Kentucky's breast There's rot.-m for bolh. and who sha Fay Which one she loves the best? Th:-y laughed, those scarred and griz zled boys. And clinked their Rlasses hlgfh; Hut somehow through their voices broke A loar of musketry. They heard, as in a glorious lrcain. The crash and boom of war; They paw the cannon clouds boii up: The earth did heave and Jar! On sum? far-off and bloody field A -b'ast of carnage fell: Above the thunder of the guns Wild rose the battle yell. I24to 126 E. Washington Street, n 127 to 131 E. Adams Street. KKM KM It Kit THK WHITK HORSE IN FIIONT. Anil was It Chlckamauga'a roar. Mini ngMac nine ry Zoua taK ! Do Wtl In thf WlhtHrncaa' LOWER CUBAN DUTIES Sugar Planters Would Like to Have Tiiem All Removed Facing to, Do That They Would Remove the TariiT by Degrees Until Their Products Should Be Free. New ioi k, S pi. 20. Am ng t'.ii lr seiifjfi on the Ward line sieum;h,ii Ha vana, whk h a: rivel fnmt Havana today, were Dr. Dicsn Tniay, sec: -tary of state, an I Senir Perfevto ln-.-oste, secretary of aprk-uiture of !uh;;. The visit of JJi: Tom ay o to the t'aiteU States ia ur.cfM. iai. being: fn- the pose of seeing1 his family, who have Lee a spending the siAiuior in the nirtn. T.t iit cf Secretary Ua' i-iite U of ficial. He will jio il i cert ; y to the J,uff falrt exiKr'ition to voi alter the Cuban exhibit tht re. Secretary l.:i ist is nn::h intret-l in tiie pr ijujsed r-al-jutnit-nt of du:l up'-n eommtjee be tween Culm nd the t'nitcd States, on the basis of re.-ipi ariiy. He ssaM: j "Steakins from a f til fish pu:nt f view, of course. I would like to ee. in; trre interest of Cuba n .piant-rs. tlie en-J tire duty, removed from Cub:-.n sua-r in.poited int. i the I'niierJ States. . tut j means of varing si-rt Tula and certain diseases of the blood was to- keep an oprn woun 1 in the body of the sufferer, and these orris root beads Wcie insert ed into the wound In this purpose. It I? : till possible to buy at Italian medical instrument makers the special wire grated bandage prepared for th arm in this pro. ess. On is- was prob ably used in this way because of its tendency to (Hlte in any liquid sub stance. Tiie prarti -e unil.iuhtedly still prevails. itvuxh m- di-a.l science has long; rr.ndemned it. A Cai tory for making these beads has recently been established in Paris, and the greater part of the Leghorn export poes to Lyons, while pnrt of it goes t Frankfort. The use of the beads is ''ying out in Italy but it Is not uncom mon to meet w i t ii pec pi e w ho have b- en treated in this way. Another article made from orris root is t he dcnlarolo. or finger, w hlvh is designed to take the plaee nf the nM fashicne;i infants' t-oial an;l assist teething. The Jui- .of which a small amount is aborb -1 in sucking, is sa'tl to Le an excellent digestive. This U a modern and a growing industry, and apparently ui'tls Italy from fSer many. . Now half a million of the-se fn gcrs are sent from Ieghorn to f!er rniny and Austria every year. Orris ro,t grains, -olored in blue, red, yellow, green and other colors, are exported t.i the sam r niun tries, where they are ! used to throw on fires to give an a?ree. j able odor to sabions and entrance hall. while ia the form of tiny chip? the ro t ; is cheMed. mostly by men servants, i remove the sm 11 or tonnrro. gar:!c ana the like. It may be -mentioned th it samj'Ic? of these various arltcles mail THE PA01I MASSACRE Celebration of its One Hundred and Twenty-Fourth Anniversary i War .hei man grinding K nn??av ; Between the Jas of Fate. ' Or young MePherson nounJlnj; down i Atlanta's stubborn gate? Perhaps eome peerles. southern knight I-cd on at Seven Pines. fr stormed th? heiRhts at Oittysburs And died ubove the lines! 1 A Farrasrut, lashed to the mast, A Forrest, tiling free. A t:e!urne. -hariiis.set the fiaci (if (lawless biavery. West Chester. Pa.. Sept. 20 The Sons and Daughters of the American Rev olution held ai'Pronriate exercises at iait'l II irtiiij ill iir-i s ai.i .r a., " , i:4:h anniversary of the massacr? of , And afit r all, what matters It. Pacii. It was on the nU'ht , f Sept. 'JO. ' To so'di-rs good and true. 1777. that the troops commanded by i Whether the hero dic3 in gray Cleneral "Mad Anthony" Wayne, re- ! Or iaughei at drain in blue? treating from the bat;!.' of Brandy- i wine, were surprised by the Brit ish j T man t ha t Stone wall Jackson Ir-d. r.ear Malvern. The British and lies- i Ur "rant or Sherman taught. Eians fel! uion the American's w ithout j l earned at the blazing cannon's mouth a moment's warning, and bayoneted j The worth of thi-se he fought. them, only the genius of I:ne:al Wayne saving the entire army. After the 4'ontineiuul troops had re treated the sick and wounded were cruelly put to death and the camp ! hurn;d. In 1X77. Just ICO years ater j ihe massacre, a monument was erected j over the spot where the patriots we:e nurieo. it Is a modest snait or tuincy grunite surrounded by n iron railing. and appropriately inscribe). Fling out the tatt:red. grimy Hags in Freedom's blazing sun: Call torth Ihe limping veterans And i-heer them one by one! Maurice Thompson. NOT AN AMERICAN PI:ODt"CT. ! Happliy. the ana.chi.3t is n it an I American product. He com-s to us from other lands an 1 a siricr scrtitinv I ' t of all immigrants' their antecedents EAST LTXXE-JiYSHAKESPEARK ai!j intentions and a turning back of J every one who cannot give a goad ae- I A New- York Sun Story of How a Mis- , -cunt of nimsoif am produce a state- I . souil Town Vt Its Name. , mnit. from the officials of the place ' Z i from which It comes that he a d'-sir- j An erroneous rpo: t that an arrresa ! aDir citizen will be he pful In ihe wu: k in tins city, wei." Known nv reason mi ,r fio- i v. ..,t r-.. r .hi. h...iki. ' her success ir, th- lachrymose Kasl j menace. Any htep that will rid us of 4. t. t.o. "'"s'"- '- tnem is justltlaDle. ine whole UfS.lon marK. from a Jtissourinn that there i3 What is that I realize that there are mutual inter- from orri r"nt have been sent hom ests to be consulted.. I think that n j by the vh consul, and have been fair t proposition would lie fu: lh: , ti an? f erred by the fue!gn offi e to the T'nitetl States t .ingress to remove from ; Association of Chambers of Commerce. Ill) to ier cent xif the duty on Cui n , London Times, sugar at once, an.l afterward to re- I o 8- & f- e- 2- g. S- 2- Honest' Clearing Salle Wc say, honest clearing sale for the reason that the goods we offer are honest qualities, the highest grade of skilled, honest workmanship and the latest Correct fashions. Now we offer this character of apparel at lower prices than the ordinary Is sold for at other stores. YOU'RE PROTECTED. Realize that the world's best is here, all new and fashionable, at money savin? prices that will save you from 25 to 75 cents on every dollar you Invest here. Illlll MIMIMMIIMtlMmff IMMIMflliaMmi lllllllllllltlMIIIIMIIIIItl ll(ltllllllllllltllllMltltOIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIV Trouscr Sole- I $1."0 Cassiniere Pants for..... f $2..r0 C.TSsimcre Pants for ,$3.50 Worsted Pants... ...$1.15 ...$1.75 $2.25 $5.00 Worsted and Cassimere Pants for $3.50 $0.00 and $7.00 High Grade Pants for $4.50 1 J Shoe Bargain Sale This will be a grand August clearing of every pair of summer shoes left in the house. Prices tell the tale. A faint Idea of THE ENORMOUS CUT will be found below. j Cut in Alert's Shoes $3.50 Men's Canvass Shoes cut to $2.25 $2.50 Men's Canvass Shoes cut to 1.50 $1.00 Men's Canvass Shoes cut to 50 Men's $3.00 Calfskin Shoes, all styles for 2.00 Men's $3.00 Vici Kid Shoes, an- shape for.. 2 OO Men's $3.00 Velour Calf and Kid for 2.00 Cheviot and Worsted Suits $12.50 quality. Special, cut to.. .J S.50 J 1.X JO and 115.00 qualities cut to $9.85 $17.0 and $18.00 qualities cut to $12.75 20.00 and $22.50 qualified cut to $15.00 Blue Serge Suits $1.1.50 quality cut to....... $ 8.73 $15.00 quality cut to 9.85 $17.7.0 quality cut ' to $12.50 Flannel Suits $7.50 qualities cut to $4.75 $9.00 qualities cut to $5.50 $12.00 qualities cut to $7.75 2- JltlltlMlltllltllllllHIIItlllttkltllftlltlltlllltllllllllllltllllllllfllllllllllllllllllltlllllMIIOtlllllltlflllllllllllllltlllflllllllllllllllllfllfllllfflllllllllllltlllltli. j $1.25 Negligee Shirts, 85c I Gentlemen who still have a place in their wardrobe for a summer shirt or two will jump at this offer. There are onty about 30 dozen shirts in the lot, made of fine French Madras in pretty patterns, with oue pair ot link cans, pertect in ht and worth $1.2o. Take O pT p your choice as long as they last for : U J 1 f liiHiiriliiliililiMiliiiiiiliiHiinuiuiiMiiiuiiiiiiiiaiuiiiii I mi riiiimii mi miiiiiiiiii urn c We are st.il selling odds and ends of Men's Summer Underwear. Balbriggan Drawers, 25c and i")C quality, for C9o. Colored Balbriggan and Striped Undershirts and Drawers. 5Cc quality, while they last, for ;5c. Your Unrestricted Choice of Any Straw Hat in the House at JUST HALF PRICE. Ftate who wrni? the M'ltliKNT OPINION. move an adilii.jr.ul per cent year, bv ;.ear. say ." per c-r.t. until t'nl'iin mi-i: j i.s duty free T!y that time -conditions I I.-ifferen es In form f g.v- rnnv.nt. In would ailjus; thi mse'ves f.i that the J national aim and ideals and Has are United States would ubKorb the entire j tn phal'ows which murmur between t'aiban product, even thoiig.i greatly in-I cunnca ar. the Unit. .1 Stated in the creased, without injury to J'"Ur h.ini,; fjaj s of p.-a; e an 1 pr..: t, i ity. The deep product. .The ffert of a .ies-nt i e- n, Jrt ,.( Canada is v.- ;ur.ded by the duvtion of duty on susar w iu!,l be to blow whic h brings s-.rr-i a to a kindred aid the fiiban glower, but not to the , nation. Hopes and ;:i; is are S"ing full extent of that reduction. A I n: t j u;p fl m hearts an.l bonu-. un;l r the of the benefit uouM bo to the -.on-. rr.in J.n k f..r t'.ie Ft.U keu ir. si ient sumer in the United Stale?, who would f the United States not : ss t-lnccre have even h arer refined sugttr than ) al( fervent than the petiiinns which is now posriule. ! artse from hiit own peo.ile who dwell "As t. u:iin t iba.-io. .- reduction ' under the stars and stripeF. Toronto fluty ly the United States would result j Telegram. in an increased export trade for your philiouines commission, w hich is w-re some people In that lieiif c-l thtt r'laltespcar'' p. ay. "Not nnly that." said he. "but a town site was named for it. and the village is still in existence an 1 is one of the j stations called out daily by the brake- man r n a branch of the Missouri'. ;Cu;i- sas and Tfxas ral'road. It came ubout in this way "A strolling company of players ar rived In Ha.risonville. the capital of Cass county. Mo., one day about twen ty years aso and hired the old court house in which to plav the emotional Am rlan. Btep? Nashville 'Alt 12 XCTHIN'l KCR FR.Nr!II?E. j Two years ajco, by a vo:e s emphatic , that only three names were recordnd in J favor of iiftero disfranchisement. Geor ; uia jerlared f-r th- opposite course. Yrt within two weeks afttr this drr ! 'aration over 1.Ch0 negroes emtpratei! frm Greene. Mnrsan and adjoining I counties to Mississippi: They left the lishi. vote behind them and lumul- tuously rushed into a elate where th:y knew they were barred politically. REMEMBER OUR FREE EMPLOYMENT OFFICE Goldberg Bros. Shoe and Clothing Store.... 9 I- POMKTHINO IN AIU. drama Ka?t I-ynne.' The manager was' Atlanta Constitution. a nr.,Kt-n oown comeutan wno was ; tiavflinjf overland as much for his J health as he was for money. The court : had been in ssion all Iay and ikis.- j Th(fc dying machine men are taiking poneu county matters at a late hour to , 4(f orKanizinff a trut. It is barelv pos accomni idaie ihe management, who i Kn,e thai thev mav be able to dev.? I had n!y a (-ho: t tim? it-ft to construct j somnhing In that line that will float. !a ftSe. j Washington Poyt. "The c. urt consisted of three impor- country. Tie v-ry fln-it Cuban lo- Df . ;-o is niaiiulactuied in the iianJ, , n;ip adoptetl sna tne cigars ko lririf.-iy thence lo Kngland. Hut ther Krndes of t-bau-o y.ould cmie t the Cnited Stnls. there to be minded with your Anierian tj bacco li manufactured cigars "whica would, sat IM "y your demand at honi1. rea Uy increase your doings t i.- prdu. t, sind yf - !J a 1 rge surplus for exportation.'' TSE3 F orj; i:oot. :iTlt II 'l.uriH ire's. TH lirimiilpnt -i u he I tr- -! t x.- sn t t y t t-w ..t Ftill tht- ruling body in the archil !ag. Uva rald -h f.nrl of -o-in ih..,. " A """V ho ws a graduate of the Krie canal, j ns no sin to kiss a girl if you don't The other member wre farmer., j teil her you are going to do it. i ney nan wna: tne pr.ie-tonais can j What a woman calls temp r in her comps i..r the iOiw. I hey were pre- , .fKter she tails epa-kling vivacity i cnt and as near the kerosene lamp , herself. footlights as was safe, and they w-pt lVn fuflPy that a woman can t la i hi. wi oiu war sues in me p:ay. ai- . shape into fatness, yet Khe can lace ter me pPiTorman e thy nu t the. man- 1 fatness into shape. "l i. rrr it nn- m u local color when a woman has :f ! i use in tneir manKs. in- play wan , b!:ick and blue spot somewhere abov great. I nr knMI? v nat i d ilk? Heads of the Plant K:iipIoyed ,to K(" Wounds Opn. The n.itish vice consul at Ighor.i. In his report on his district for the past year, mention a cur tone In-Tu-try Im whi' h orris root plr.ys th j chief jtart. This Is the produt tfun of beirds 'made from the roct with a fine hol th.:oiiRh the t-enter. The bads a re of ma ty sizes. Uie smallest being about that a marble. Not many vars ng. about 20,o0ft,e..f these were exported each year, but now the export ha fuIU-n r ; 4.000.0-". It appears that there onre a medkiil th ory tluit the best Dr. Hibbard i GRADUATE of I Harvard Medi- cnl Cull t-ee. : Cnited Stsu's Pen. i ion Kxaminer, ml JLeadizig Specialist io I rnronic bthi oinicitii v . it looo. sit in. Kidney, Urinary, Bladder, Private und Bfliuil diM'M-s, tfeminavi Weakness with exiiut'd vitality i'rmfriiently tiirel. Can cers aad ext4-rn: gnArths removed with out the knife or sow re imns tires. The reoh of Dr. Jlibhsnl's riuHrkuhle snrrsf is due to his Un experience and exceptional shility in trcHtinir cfiitplii ni-d nnd intru'ttte diseases. Place yourww.1 m tiin hnn'luJ to deslt with honriitly sad peititificnlly. Re member be devotes his entire time and itudy to chronic djestie. If fwthKlble Always be Examined by an Expert. If utitxbJe to call write freely and cor tidentially. Many case S'eld to home treattnent. KeierenceR: All the anks, and prominent buninefw men of the city. Consultation, in person or by letter, free. IIouin: lo lo 12, 1 to 3. and C to 7. Office and laboratory, 8. Second Arenne, Hib bard KuL'diDg, Fhoeaiz. Arisona. radical method f r put- : ting an end to the ingtnioun F: hema to j which report is had by adventurous and ; imj eeuriicus persons who desire io s? i cure free tranprtati-.n to the islands jiit the expense ot th- governm-. nt of the Catted States. This they acc m; j Ish by accepting posi i ions under the insular government nnd" throwing them j up soon after their arrival at Manila, j Her.after thos- who accept oflice In I these distant possessions tnust serve at j Ieaj?t two years or lose their pay and be ; compelled to refund their passage ijii.nry. Philadelphia Trlegraph. j fc-Vnat.-r Cot-kreM's leaj as to what i should be the course of democratic ' a - tion points to wis conclusions. "There will be reorganization." he says, "that kind of reorganization by which teach national convention v.-icts the j j wish;S or the people. 1 he, senator s I views as to what some of these wishes ! will be are In line with general com ment. The tariff will be the paramount Hies;ion. Kvery developm-nt points that way. Ti; campaign of.i;'4, un like that cf v pitched upon 1 iinstic needs. The intervening hand of war wM have held down domestic jconet-ins for ight years, but then they j mut be met. The juggling by which ( re pi oilcans w.ulj substitu :e " ne t schedule for another, maintaining cus tom house loot while presenting an out ward show of reform, will be readily rer. gniz d by the people. Thi tariff rjuerU in will find many Incitements preliminary to the campaign. "When congress meets." ?iy Seiia:or Co:-krel!. "the tariff quest ion may be the issue. I It might be brought up In various way?. We wii! have to take up the question of (tuba's fu:ure. I soppos the island will be grantel s me more nearly independent form f g ivern meni. Hut nobody thinks we are going to turn the people of thv- Island loose anj lit Them go it alone. Ptople of all shades' of politL-al telief are convinced that that would be bad policy. Our ln teresis there a.e too great to take any such rii-k. Congress must determine what their future relations to this gov rnintnt shall be." "At'anta t'oisiitu Uon. - , u:noran-k. to know, said Presi dent Stevenson of the cou:t, is the j name of the man who wrote it. "The manager's dormant sense of i humor awoke. 'There's only on- great playwright, he said. cautiously. ' 'Shakespeare.' I " 'I've heart of him said the presld- ! !ng justice. 'Do you mean to say be! wrtit this play y.m played tonight?" i ' 'That Is the inference. was the I e- 'I thought he wrote "Hamlet. or Foniething like that. taid one of the as sociate justices. I M 'He did.' said th manager, 'but he ; wrote Kast Uyr.ne first. That's what ' made him solid with Queen Klizi- j leth., : "?ome genera information regard- ! ing Shakespeare's looks, life and death t foKowed and the court s-t up th? drin"4 : for the manager. The next day the I company resumed its travels, ? "A branch of the' Missouri. Kansas & ,' Texas railway was being constructed ! ncross the country at the time and new j tew n hit s w1 re springing up. In one- of ; these the court was interested and I when the time came the court balloteJ j for a name. The vote stool, . 'East i-ynne 1, Shak: p,-ar? 1. Th? associate 1 who voted f (r Shakespeare afterward t TOMMY S SrcCKPS, Mrs. Cawker I am so glad that my little boy went to the head of his -la-: thi morning. How- -did you 90 me to do It. Tommy? Tommy The other fellows had guessed all the other ways of spelling the word. Leslie's Weeklv. I-et oyst rs Map their wings at us From out the briny suds: We have no cash U sr-are for them. We're saving it for spuds. -hangel to 'i:ist hynne," so that the ballot was unanimous. ''Besides. said Stevenson, -'some of Shke?peare's kin who may be living mightn't like It if ve named the town after him, and as everybody wil' know h wro:e Kast Lynne it will be the same thing. "Hence Kast Lynne, Cas3 county. raid thf Missurian. New York Sun. Our Sale Has Been Tntirelv Successful Therefore we are jroinsr to continue the sale to the 2Sth of. September in Skirts, SilkWaists, Suits, Etc., Etc. liff If The Wakelin NEW YORK Grocer Co. Sole Agents for BOSS FLOUR. Our success at the KKYSTONE PHAR. MAC'Y lies in the above words (you KPt what you ark for). In PRKSCRIP- TIONS we follow the ram; princlpl we DO not and WILL not to Rain trade neither do we do CHEAP WORK. tVe do it rljrht and har-e pioper prices at The Wakelin Grocer Co. RESTAURANT Mark Land and Sam Chlnir. Proprietors. Hinin? rum . mir. substitute ' ant?e to be tne cool and most comfortable in the citK- Flrstclass me&la I nL ii nuuiB. x-iiirunagt! wmi 1 1 ti. Doum i-enter street. noenix. Steio's Cloak & Suit House Corner Washington and Seond Sts. Telr phone 2281. Mall Orders Promptly Attended to BEAR'S Keystone Pharmacy, Opp.' City Ha'.I.' Today is the Last Day of of Our Great Annua! September Clearance Sale Pure Malt Extract! is what makes our BREAD so sweet and good. HOME BAKING CO. M. J. PETTI D, Manager. "Mamma." 'jurlrd "viheiv do pe.-pl- 4-year-ol 1 go when Net-they tie (fi "1 can't t-ll Just where, my dear." anfvwert-.l h'r lTinthf-r. "Rut rlon't you knfw. mairima?" asked the little miss. "Of c.urfe not. Nettie." he r plle.l: "how should I know." "Why, mamma." asked the small in--m-;U.r. "didn't you- nevor study Scop, uphy ?" ( 'harieston Kews. Misfortunes usually come in but the first nao came in npples. A. JT. BRADLEY Undertaker and Embalmer LADY EMBALMER Graduate Chicago College of Embalming to attend Ladies and Children 3 IS '1 Is 9 1 Tjclay is positively your last opportunity to tak advantage of the re- maikable baiBatr.s we are offer'n g during the progress of this most pop- jg ular sale. Don't n-.Iss it. . 1 85c :0 per cent discount on all nankins, General Sale 'Fhone,. 841 216 West Washington Street, DXESEBD2EOBHI Fhoenix, Arizona KEEP YOUR ()!N FRIEDMAN, THE PAWNBROKER, who can help you in time of need, and you can always And him at 41 North Center, where he is open for any fair deal, and has bargains for everyone in unredeemed pledges. Arizona Loan Office 41 Sorth Center 8treet, Kr Hotel Atliuus Ml'SLIX I'N'DERWBAR. Plain .Muslin Drawers -25c 50c Muslin drawers 35c '.ioff on entire line Mulin under wear. DRESS GOODS. A handsome line of black Fig ured Mohairs, regular pric price 4r and DOc. 5Spei Ial sale vri- 25c r.0c quality hla-.k Cheviot Serse.- 45 inch. Sale price 37 l-2c SILKS. One lot fancy colore.! silk Waist Patterns, former prioe $. and Sale price S3 00 Items TABLE LINENS. $1.00 fun bleached Irish Linen. 72 inches -wide 1.50. I THE BEST ALWAYS" TOWELS. 2."c imported Uuck Towels ...... 20c Extia large fine bleached Bath Towels 25c DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT. All Toile du Nord Serauker Ging-hams. Sale price 10c 2 Outing- Flannel, the best values M we have, ever offered 10c '