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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 29, 19)l.
7 Asthma Cure Free ! Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and : r ; Permanent Core in All Ca&es. . Sent ABSOLUTELY FREE on Receipt o Postal. CHAINED FOR TEN YEARS R'MfJS RELIEF. After having it carefully analysed, we can state that Asthmalene contains no opium, morphine, chloroform or ether. Very truly yours, REV. PR. MORRIS WECHSLER, . Avon Springs, N. Y., Feb. 1, 1901. Dr. Taft Bros. Medicine Co. Gentlemen: I write this testimonial from a sense of duty, having tested the wonderful effect of your Asthmalene, for the cure of Asthma. My wife has been afflicted with spasmodic asth ma for the past 12 years. Having ex hausted my own skill w as many others. I chanced to see your sign iron your v'r.iaAa on j4uth street. New York. I at once obtained a bottle of Asthmalene. My wife commenced taking it about the first of November. I very soon noticed a radical improvement. After using one bottle her Asthma has disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms. I feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this dis tressing disease. ' Yours respectfully. O. D. PHELPS, M. D. Dr. Taft Bros. Medicine Co. Feb. 5. 190L Gentlemen: I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years. I have tried num erous remedies, but they have all failed. I ran across your advertisement and started with a trial bottle. I fbu nd reii?f at once. I have since pur chased your full-sized bottle, and I am ever grateful. I have a family of four children, and for six years was unable to work.- I am now in the best of health and am doing business every day. This testimony you An make such use of as you see fit. . Home address, 235 Rivington street. S. RAPHAEL. 67 East 129th St., City. Trial Bottle Sent Absolutely Free on Receipt of Postal. Do not delay. Write at once, addressing DR. TAFT BROS'. MEDICINE CO.. 79 East 130th St, N. Y. City. AMUSEMENTS "Brown's In Town," which, will be the attraction at the Dorrls theater. Monday night, Sept. 30. has for its story a theme that is entirely new". It Is woven around eleven characters, each one of which has a distinct rea son for being there. Abel Preston and his son Dick are r.ot of the same opin ion . concerning the subject of mar riage. Abel contends that a man is Infinitely better oft in a state of single blessedness while the son demonstrates his position by marrying. This ac tion on the part of Dick means disin heritance, and the situations and com plications that arise Xor.the o'der Pres ton ere tco farcical for explanation. Brown Is an assumed name and there are no less than three women figuring as Mrs. Brown. These complications arise from -a call of the eldar Preston upon the scene of the son's honeymoon. Humorous attractions are brought about by the eon's anxiety t ; hide his tna:riage from his father. Its Ingen ious, construction and witty dialogue, together with the. swiftness of its ac tion bring many surprises. The music ami eongs incident to the farce are all original and do nut- mar the action of ihe play. The company includes such apa-ile people as C. Horn; Gertrude Millinjton. He'.en Young. F. Ebner. Mannie Ward, Monica Lee, Fanny Midgeley and others. The advance sale at the Brlsley D;ug Co.. Hotel Adams. COLLECTION OF: PLAYING CARDS. Queen Christina of Spain, who just purchased a pack of Ivory playing carde which are said to have been, car ried by Prince Eugene, the colleague, of the duke, of Marlborough, In the campaign against the French under Marshal Vlllars-, has quite a unique col lection of old and lnteiesting packi. complete and otherwise. . A few months ago she tried to negotiate for a. pack said to he a thousand years old. which Is preserved in the museum of the Asi atic society. The "Prince Eugene pack" was at one time- in the possession of the duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, grand father 'of King Edward VII. Slxty years ago th y fell Into the hands of a Spanish nobleman, and an Impecunious grandson has lust sold them to Queen Christina. The 'time and manner cf the Introduction of cards Into Europe are moot points,. The 384.h Canon of tho .council of Worcester is": orten quoted as evidence -of cards having been known in England in the middle of the Thirteenth century, but the games .'do rese -ct r-ccSaa"- there mcu- There Is nothing like Asthmalene. It brings Instant relief, even In the worst cases. It cures when all else fails. The REV. C. F. WELLS, of Villa Ridge, 111., says: "Your trial bottle of Asthrcalcne received In good condition. I cannot tell you how thankful I feel for the good derived from it. I was a slave, chained with putrid sore throat and Asthma for ten years. I despaired of ever being cured. I saw your adver tisement for the cure of this dreadful and tormenting disease. Asthma, and thought you had overspoken, your selves, but resolved to give it a trial. To my astonishment, the trial acted like a charm. Send me a full-sized bottle." REV. DR. MORRIS WECHSLER, Rabbi of the Cong. Bnal Israel. New York. Jan. 3, 1901. Drs. Taft BrosV Medicine Co., Gentlemen: Your Asthmalene Is an excellent remedy for Asthma and Hay Fever, and Its composition alleviates all troubles which combine with As thma. Its success is astonishing and wonderful. tin-red were a. kind of mumming exhl bition. No queen is found in the earll-i est European cards. There are numer ous singular resemblances between thJ ' cm-lent games of chess and cards, from which It has been conjectured, witlti some show of reason, that cards wen' suggested by chess. Th:- presumption, therefore, in favor of the Asiatic ori gin of cards. Queen Chri3tlana pos peses rare Fpeclmons of Egyptian. Arabian. German. French and Spanish make. Liverpool Courier. A COMMUNICATION. Mr. Editor Allow me to speak a few words in favor of Cnamberlain s Cough Remedy. I suffered for three years with the bronchitis and could not sleep at nights. I tried several doctors and various patent medicines, but could get nothing to give me any relief until my wife got a bottle of this valuable medi cine, which has completely relieved me. W. S. Brockman, Bngneil, Mo. This remedy Is for sale by Elvey & Huletl. SPANISH IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS The movement ti establish fp:tnlsh In p!-ac of Fiench in MassacLuselt'4 schools is being fought vigorously, but the chances are that It will eventually I be successful. Of course, fiom the I commercial point of view, Spanish is preferable. -As th settlement of the new colonies continues, and as tra-le Increase with Cuba, the demand for clerks who speak Spanish will grow steadily. Possibly French Is the more "fashionable" language. Yet the pub lic schools are not supposed to be run an fashionable affairs. They are to equip the average scholar as well as possible for his or her part in life as man or woman. In some of the larger cities it may be feasible to have bo- h French and Spanish class.s. If but one of these languages can be taught in a smaller school, Spanish would be more advisable. Boston Advertiser. A CERTAIN CUR1? FOR DYSEN TERY AND DIARRHOEA. "Some years ao I was one of a party that intended taking a long bicycle trip." says F. L. Taylor, of New Al bany. Bradford County. Pa. "I was taken suddenly with diarrhoea, and was about to give up the trip, when editor Ward, of the Laceyville Messenger, sug gested that I take a lue of Chamber lain's Colic. Chotera and' Diarrhoea Remedy. I purchased a bottle and took tw doses, one before starting and one on the route. I made the trip suc cessfully and never felt any HI effect. Again lust summer I was almost com letely run down with an attack of dys entery. I bought a bottle of this same remedy and this time one dose cured me." Sold by Elvey & Hulett. FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been uejd . for children teething It soothcs--the child, softens-the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and Is -l-he best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a. bottle. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF "THE FLINT LAKE GOLD COM PANY, LIMITED." . KNOW - ALL MEN BY THESiS PRESENTS: That we. the under signed, have this day voluntarily asso ciated ourselves together for the pur pose of forming a corporation under the laws of the Territory of Arizona, and do hereby certify as- follows, to-wit: ARTICLE I. The name of said corporation shall be "The Flint Luke Gold Company, Lim ited," and lt principal place of trans acting' busine-iB trliall be at Phoenix, Maricopa County. Arizona, with a bra neb office at the City of Philadel phia, Elate cf 'Fcaasylraaia, tni at such other places as may be determined by the board of Directors. The names of the Incorporators of said corporation are: Newlln Hainca, Dr. (57 J. Snyder, N. C. Westerfleld. ARTICLE It. The general nature of the different kinds of business to be transacted by this corporation is as follows, to-wit: To purchase, lease, bond, or otherwise acquire, own, exchange, sell or other wise dispose of, pledge, mortgage. h pothe?ate and deal in mines, mining claims, oil lands, mineral lands, oil. gas. asphaltum. petroleum, water and water rights, and to work. mine, ex plore and develop the came, to own, handle and control letters patent and Inventions, and to do any act or thing and . acquire and hold any property necessary or convenient in the trans action of any of its business. It shall have power to borrow money and to Issue Its notes, bonds or other obligations therefor in its corporate name, and to secure the sume may pledge, mortgage, or convey In trust any property or rights owned or con trolled by It, and in general to do nil things necessary to the proper conduct of the business of this corporation, not Inconsistent with the laws of the Unit ed States and the Territory of Arizona. ARTICLE III. Among the powers of this body cor porate shall be: - To have perpetual succession: to Sue and be sued by its corporate name: to have a common seal and alter the same at pleasure: to prescribe the mode of making trans fers of stock or Interests o.f Its stock holders: to make contracts: to acquire and transfer property of every kind and description, both real and personal, in cluding shares of the capital stock and bonds or any other obligations of a.iy corporation, and to possess the snm powers in such respects as private In dividuals now enjoy: to establish bv laws and make nil rules and regula tions deemed expedient for the man agement of its affairs, not Inconsistent with ihe laws and constitution of th-i I'nited States and the laws of the Ter ritory of Arizona. ARTICLE IV. The amount of the capital stock of the corporation shall tie Two Million Dollars $2.000.C00) divided into Four Hundred Thousand shares 400.000 f.f the par -alue of Five Dollais ($5.04) each, which shall be Issued fully pari up ard forever non-assessable, at such times. In such amounts, and for such prices to be paid therefor In money or other things of value, as the Board cf Directors shall from time to time au thorize and direct. ARTICLE V. . Th.-? time cf the "commencement i! this corporation shall be the date of lit-; filing of these Articles of Ineorporat'on In the office of the Secretary of Ari zona, and the termination thereof shall be twent five years thereafter, and It may acquire, own. and holt property and transact its business and exercise, all Its powers in any portion of the United States, and In any prov ince of the Dominion of Canada. ARTICLE VI. The affairs of the corporation shall be conducted by a Board of Five (5) directors, who shall be elected annually hv the stockholders of the corporation. They shall be elected at such times an-1 In such manner as shall be prescribe-! In the by-laws, and when elected each rhali serve until h:s successor shall be elected. 'But untU the first annual election the board of directors shall consist of such and as many persons not exceeding five (3) in number, as the incorporators or stockholders may de termine and select. ARTICLE VII. The highest amount of the Indebted ness or liability, direct or contingent, to which this corporation shall sub ject itse'f at any time. Is One Hundrel Thousand Dollars $101.0O0. ARTICLE VIII. The private property of the stock holders of this corporation shall be ex empt from all corporate debts. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. We hav hereunto set our hand and seal this 13th day of Septemler. A. D., 1901. NIvWLIN' HAINES. (Seal.) O. J. SNYDER. Seal N. C. VVE3TERFIELD. (Seal.) State of Pennsylvania, County of Phil adelphia, as. On this J3th day of Sept. In Ihe yea:- 1901. before me. Hervey J. Rherer. n Notary Public In and for the State and County aforesaid, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, person ally appeared Newlln Haines, Dr. O. J. Snyder and N. C. Westerfleld known to me to be the persons described in. whose names are subscribed to, and who executed the annexed instrument, and they acknowledged to me that they executed the same for the purposes and' considerations therein expressed. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed mv official seal, at my office in the said State and County, the day and year last above writf-n. HERVEY J. SHERKR. Notary Public. Philadelphia County. Pennsylvania. My commission expires January 301.1. 1903. Territory of Arizona, t'ounty of Maricopa, ss. I. B. F. M'FALL. County Recorder in and f-T the County and Territory uforesald. hereby certify that I have compured the foregoing copy with the original Art. of Ineorp. of The-Flint Iake Golil Company, Limited, filed and recorded in my olllce on the 21 day of Sept.. 1901.. In Bouk No. 7 of Art. of Incorp. at page and that the same is a full, true- and correct copy of such original and of the whole thereof. Witness my hand and seal of office, this 21 day of Sept., 1901. (Seal.) B. F. M'FALL. County Recorder. By A. S. ARTHUR. Deputy. Filed in the offi-re of the Secretary of the Territory of Arizona this 21 day of SepU-mber, A. D.. 1901, at S:i5 p. m. ISAAC T. STODDARD. Secretary of Arizona. First publication. Sept. -26. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE FORTUNA LAND AND MIXING COMPANY. KNOW ALL MEN BY THEME PRESENTS. That we. whose han.ls are hereunto affixed, do neretiy asso ciate ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation under the laws of the Territory of Arizona, and to that end make the following state ment: FIRST: The names of the corpora tors are: Homer P. Scwcll, William S. Cappellar, Monroe Harmon. William Quiglcy, and Frank M. 'Marriott, and the a'ituc of the- corporation slia'1 be The Fortuna Land and Mining com pany. The principal place in which the business of said corporation, within th Territory of Arizona Is to be tranj acted It Phoenix, Mailcopa county. Arizona, and the principal place of j business of said- corporation outside thu( Territory of Arizona shall be the city i of Tipton, in the State of Missouri, or - such other place Ss the board of direc tors may by resolution direct. j SECOND: The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted bv this corporation is as follows, to-wit: To purchase, lease, bond, locate or To purchase, lease, bond, locals or otherwise acquire, o wn, ex change, sell, or " otherwise dlspoao of pledge, mortgage. hypothecate and deal in mince, mining claims, oil lands, mineral lands, oil, ga?, asphaltum, petroleum, water and wat:rr rights, and to work, mine, explore ant develop the same: to do a general real estate and mercantile business: to own handle and control letters patent and Inventions: to borrow money and exe cute mortgages o deeds of trust to se cure the same, and In general to do a. I things necessary to the proper conduct of the business of this corporation In the Territory and elsewhere, not Incon sistent with the laws of the Unite! States and the Territory of Arizona. THIRD: .The authorized amount of capital stock of this corporation shall be Five Hundred Thousand dollars ($300,000) divided into Five Hundred Thousand shares of the par value of One (1 dollar each. At such time t the Board of Directors may by resolu tion direct, said capital stock shall r,e paid Into this corporation either in cash or by the sale and transfer to it of real and personal property for the uses and purposes of said corporation. In payment for. which shares of the capital stock of said corporation may be issued, and the capital stock so is sued shall thereupon and thereby be come and be fully paid up and non assessable. FOURTH: The time of the ' com mencement of this corporation shall be the date of the filing of these Articles of Incorporation In- the office of the Secretary of Arizona, and the termlnc tion thereof shall be twenty-five years thereafter. FIFTH: The affairs of this corpo raatlon shall be conducted by a board T-f Five (3) Directors', who shall bf elected annually by the stockholders c the corporation. SIXTH: The highest amount of In debtedness or liability, direct or con tingent, to which this corporation Is ft any time subject shall be Two Hun dred and Fifty Thousand dollars ($250,000). SEVENTH: The private property of the stockholders of thi3 corporation shall be exempt from corporate debts rf anv kind whatsoever. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. We have hereunto set our hands and seals tit's Thirteenth day of September, 1901. HOMER P. SEWELL. (Seal.) WILLIAM S. CAPPPELLER. (Seal.) MONROE HARMON. (Seal.) WILLIAM F. QUIGLFY. (Peal.) FRANK M. MARRIOTT. (Seal.) State , of Missouri, County of Moni teau, sa. On this 13th day of September, in the vear 1901. before m Joseph Sommer hauser. - notary public In- and for the State and County ofroesaid. residing therein, duly commissioned- and sworn, personally appeared Homer P. Seweil. William S. Capp ller. William F. Qulg- ley and Frank M. Marriott, known to me to be the persons described In. whose names are subscribed to. and who executed the annexed lnrtroment. and they acknowledged to m? that ticy executed the same for t. e purposes ana considerations therein expressed. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal, at my oflice In the sail State and County, the day and year last above written. (Seal.) JOSEPH SOMMERHAUSER. Notary Public My commission expires April 4 1901. State of Ohio. County of Richland, ss. On this- 16th day of September. In t'n- year 1901. before me. a Notary Public lit and for the State and County afore said, residing therein, duly commis sioned and sworn, personally appeared Monroe Harmon, known- to me to 1-e the person described In. whose name Is subscribed to. and who executed the same for the purposes and considera tions therein expressed. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal at my office In the sai l State and County the day and year last above written. (Seal.) R. E. HUTCH IN SON. Notary Publl.v My commission expires Feby. 1.4. 19nl. Territory of Arizona. Countv of Maricopa, ss I. B. F. M'FALL, County Recorder in and for the County and Territory aforesaid, hereby certify -that I have romparej the forr.olns copy with the o:iginal Art. or Incorp. of Th; Fortuna Land and Mining Company, fi'ed and recorded in my oflice on the 21 day of Sept.. 1901, in Book No. 7 of Art. of Incorp. at page and that tho same Ik a full, true anil correct copy of such originul aud of the whole thereof. Witness my hand oiu tcnl of office, tills 21 day cf Sept.. 1901. (Seal.) B. F. M'FALL. County R;cord:T. By A. S. AIlTHUIt. Deputy. Fi'ed In the oflice of the Secretary of the Territory of Arizona this 21 day of September. A. D.. 1901, at 3:13 p. m. ISAAC T. STODDARD. Secretary of Arizona. First publication. Sept. 26. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Homestead Entry No. 2475.) Department of the Interior. Land Office at Tucson, Arizona. Sept. 16, 1901. Notice Is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof In support of his claim.' and that said proof will be made before the Clerk of the District Court at Phoenix. Arizona, on Saturday, October 26, 1901, viz.: James R. Norton of Buckeye, Arizona, for the N. N. E. and N. N. W. 14 Sec. 33, T. 1 N., R. 2 W., G. & S. R. B. & M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: Thomas J. Levy, David Harer, an William R. Beloat of Buckeye, Arizona, and John R, Norton of Phoenix, Ari zona. MILTON R. MOOKB, Register.' First, FutfliCaUoa Sebttmber 1S(XM1: FOR RENT SALOON FOR RENT Frische's sa loon at Tempo is for sale or rent. Telephone Nj. 131. or Inquire on premiBtH. ALL parties having houses or rooms to rent will please list them with us, :. we cannot fill all our orders. Arizona Bldg. Co., 218-219 Fleming block. FOR RENT Three small furnished cottages, and one brick house, aUq furnished: South Center street, thre blocks from Washington street. Call 436 South Center. PRIVATE BOARDING COUNTRY BOA RD Parties desiring a pleasant home in the country, with good home cooking, p'enty of Jersey milk, fresh eggs. etc.. sunny rooms, with good accommodations for sleep ing out of d-oo:s. if desired, can find same at The Rumney, on Grand ave., telephone 3321. WANTED Boarders In nice country home. Inquire fruit stand, Postoffice building. ROOMS FOR RENT FOR RENT Rooming department. A-pply at room 1. Dorrls theater. FOR RENT Two neat furnished rooms for rent. $1.00 per week. In quire, Wm. Llmbrock, 214 E. Wash ington street. FCR RENT Two furnished rooms wt:hln half a block of postoffice. 129 Wejt- A-ams street. FOR RENT Furnished room; . privi-leg:- of hot bath. 539 N,orth Fourth avenue. FOR RENT Nicely furnished room with private family: ground lloor; . near business center: no consump tives Apply 343 East Monroe street. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS Newly furnished brick house. 313 East Mon roe street. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, single or en suite, on car line; new house. 75 North First el FOR RENT A nice front, room; all conveniences. Apply cor. Fifth ave. and Van Buren st. BUSINESS CHANCES A Capital furnished to work good gold or copper claims. Capital, 34 Carew Bldg.. CMne-innal-.L HELP "WANTED WANTED A nurse tor a child. Ap ply, J. C. Wasson Buckeye Canal of fice, or 1048 N;rth Center street. WANTED Girl for general house work. Address P. O. B. x 1363. MEN Our catalogue explains how we te&rh barber trade in tight weeks. Tools donated. Positions guaran teed. -Mailed free. Moler Barber College! 6:55 Clay street. San Fran cisco. California. LAD1FS WANTED to work on sofa pillows. Material fumUhed. Steady work guaranteed, experience unnec essary. ' Send stamped envelope to Miss McGee Needlework Dept.. Ideal Co., Chicago. SALESMAN A firm with long estab lished trad? with physicians, will re ceive applications for vacancy in their corps of traveling rr.en. Perma nency. Address, P. O. Box S38, Phil adelphia. PHI STER WANTED A practical man to take charge cf mechanical eat! of Wlckenburg News-Heraid. One experienced- with Washington band press and , good ad setter. D. K. Hall. Republican Office. WANTED Woman conk for mining ramp; four housegirls: mon to make coppyr matte; two milkers, etc W. A. MacBride Co., Employment Agency, 5 and 6 Monition building. WANTED Energetic young man to do the Janitor work at the Lamson Business College in payment of tui tion. App:y at the college Monday or Tuest'ay. WANTED A man or woman to do cooking and general housework.. Ad dress L M,, this office. AMBITIOUS representatives; wages tlay; Ini-jre house, new lines, bona fide opening men and women good- char acter willing to work; permanent position, chance advancement. 2C6 State St., New Haven, Conn. MANAGER Faithful, energetic man to manage branch this city: best re-ereen-ces given and expected; old es tablished bouse doing large, increas ing business: must furnish $12o0 cash, be willing to make permanent engagement; salary $2400 year and chance advancement. Superintend ent, Box. 531. New Haven, Conn. MANAGER . WANTED Manager wanted in every large county to ap point agents tor the famous "Game o'Skill" nickel slot machine for drinks .or cigars; lawful everywhere, takes place of. all forbidden slot machines. Rented or sold on easy payments. Se cure -territory quick. Palmer Bi Hard Table Works. Chicago. 111. . SITUATIONS WANTED WANTEL Position by woman who is a -competent cook in small hotel or nice boarding hemse. Address J. C, this office. WANTED Position to do chamber work or housework by half of whole day. Address L. K., this office.. HEALTHY young man desires posi tion an botikkecper or clerk. Exper ienced; good . references; college di ploma.' Ad'iros Lga 'ito N . -i REAL ESTATE FOR RENT Furnished houses and rooms. 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 BALE Homes on easy terms. MONEY to loan at low rates of inter est. . Insurance placed in reliable companies. Conveyancing done ac curately. Anything and everything . in the real estate line. J- ERNEST WALKER. . No. 16 South Second Avenue. Office : phone SOL Residence phone 3031. 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 A CO., 180 North Center street. FOR SALE On easy terms: Beauty corner two or three lats; brick house, six -rooms, screen parch, fine shade: also money to loan. See owner, 406 corner Fourth arcnue. FOR SALE A suburban home. 200x350 feet of ground, lots of shade. 1V4 miles from junction of Center and Wash ington streets, one block from car Jlne. Apply or address Chas. O. F. Youngstrom, cor. Twelfth and Cal ifornia streets. RANCH FOR SALE An 80-acre, well Improved ranch. 2" niih-s from Five Points. Phoenix, on Yuma road. A gcod thing. Inquire on ranch of J. G. Pairet. ' WANTED A situation by a competent cook. Address Cook, this office. AGENTS WANTED AGENTS McKin;e-y' Memoirs, spec ial dedicatory eiiticn, beautiful 1 '.re size photograph with book, exclu sive territory, highest commiasi--ns. Outfit free, avoid fictitious firms. Ad dress National Publishing House (es tablished 1S57). Lakeside Building. Chicago. AGENTS make 75 per cent selling Memorial Life of McKlnley by Mu ral Halstead a-!ifi-long frienI. Only authentic book published 600 pages 100 illustrations only $1.50. History- of anarchy and its victims. Freight paid, credit given. 75 per cent profit or good salary to local or general agents. Outfit free 10c for postage. Time Is valuable. Write quick. H. J. Smith Pub. Co., 324 Dearborn St., Chicago. AGENTS "MeKinley's Memoirs," special dedicatory editions, beauti ful lif-sized 'photographs with boc-k. exclusive territory. extraordinary terrr.s. Outfits f'-ee. avoid fictitious firms. Address National. Publishing Company (established 1S37). Lake side Bldg., Chicago. AUTHENTIC life of President McKln ley. by a personal friend and an em inent author: prospectus sent free on receipt of ten cents to help pay cost of mailing; prospectuses of our five Holiday Books and Life of Mc Klnley sent free on receipt of twenty five cents: freight paid; liberal pre miums: order eiuick. Union Book At Bible House. Denver. Colo. FOR SALE FOR SALE Household furniture; also large size Fischer piano. Smith ham merlees shotgun. Corner of Fourth avenue and Adams street. FOR SALE Onet 3-year-old mule, weight 1.100 pounds, very gentle, ride and drive. 426 Ve; Washington. FOR SALE Bee ranch Tor sale: $5 per colony. P. O. Bex 1051. Phoenix. FOR SALE Nice 50x135 foct lot with "or without gooJ 14x18 tent houses also tent frame with floor: good lumber: all at 853 South Second avenue. . RELIABLE horse, six years, kind dis position, safe for lady or children. 476 N. Second ave.. Chase L. Purdy. WANTED Stock range and 400 head of cattle want purchaser. Apply to N. A. MorforJ, room 6, Nicholson building. Phoenix. FOR SALE Forty acres, or in lots to suit, two miles from center of Phoe nix: under Dutch ditch: well iin 'proved; finest garden soil in valley: very cheap if taken soon. Address Box 444, .city. FOR SALE One pair mures. 7 and S yeais old; weight 873 an! 923 pounds; . guaranteed in every respect. For fur ' ther particulars imiulre J. D. Smith, two miles north and three-quarters mile west of Five Points. FOR. SALE The- Orange Belt canal, taken out of the Salt river about 7 miles west and 4 miles south of Phoe nix. A. T., in section 25. township 1 n, range 1 east, running In a nw direc tion about 15 miles to the Agua Fria liver in section 14. township 1 n, range 1 west of G. & S. R. B. & M., covering about 12 sections of land, nearly all In cultivation. Said canal was formerly known as the St. John's . canal; always plenty of water: no drouth there. Gilbert D. Gray, owner Of said canal, 14 Wall street, Phoenix, A. T. FOR-SALE For cash, the only store in a good mining camp; doing good busi ness and paying well: many good mines In vicinity: must be sold- to close up an estate. Address P. F. Rusaey. Harrisburff, Ariz. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS MRTLSACrDWARDffert enced card reader, tells past, B-rsaent and future: Ladles, 25c; gentlemen, to cents. 231 Buchanan street, corner of third str-iot. MISS SIMS, dressmaker. iFourth avenue. - 447 North WANTED by a young lady, board. nd room convenient to Dusmesa center. Call or address. Lam son Bus iness College. City. WANTED Oentle driving horse; price not to exceed $25 or $30. Address post office box 714. v WANTED To buy laying hens and horse and buggy or - light spring wagon. Address Postoffle box 454. - WANTED People to know that we buy, sell and rent second-hand furni ture. Dorris Bros.' Furniture Co. WANTED Three or four boarders at quiet suburban place", two blocks from car line: large rooms, home cooking. Jersey milk and cream and fresh eggs. Mrs.. F. J. Hall, Fourteenth street and California avenue,' Brill's addi tion. AUCTIONEER Hammond now ready for all sale engagements at the same place, 15 South First ave. STORE FIXTURES Get our prices on billiard and pool tables before buying elsewhere, sold on easy payments. Our cushions are guaranteed for twenty years, and are made by a new vulcanizing process. Old tables fit ted with our cushions ore as good as new, satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. See our advertise ment "of "Manager Wanted" for law ful .slot ' machine. Palmer Billiard Table -.Works. Chicago. 111. LOST AiSD FOUND LOST-r-Three keys tied pn a piece o elastic FlrVJer please) return to Republican office. LOST ltt'.h-.r pocket wallet.- Con tained Phoenix . National stamp on back. Contained about $31.43. Finder return to this office. LOST Silver umbrella ferrule, bearlne Initials M. M. I'. P. Ji. r inaer leave at McNeil's and receive reward. STRAYED Brown hair-blood Jersey cow, branded E and a Diamond on right hip. Suitable reward for return to A. J. Stonsr. Brill's addition. LOST Between 543 North. First avenue and 40 East Washington street, heavy gold ring with solitaire diamond set ting. Finder will be very liberaUjr rewarded by leaving at Seip's cigar store. 40 East Washington. LOST Brown pacing horse, about one thousand pounds, branded Q on left thigh: mane roached. $15 reward. A. R. Earle. Walker. Ariz. PROFESSIONAL DENTISTS. RR. JOHN A. LENTZ. DENTIST, dia gonally opposite new postoffice. DR. J. L. HAMILTON, DENTIST. Rooms 1 and 2. Hub Building, 18 W. Washing ton street. H. J. JESSOP, DENTIST. Office, Por ter Buildinrr. corner Washington and Center streets. Rooms 14 and 18. W. G. LENTZ. DENTIST, Specialist in Crown and Bridge work. Gas admin istered, office Fleming Block. Rooms 1D1. Ui 203. 204. 2a5. 206. 'Phone 2366. VETERINARY SURGEON. F. O. RICHMOND, M. D. C, Phoenix. Arizona. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist: diseases of all domestic ani mals scientifically treated. Office, 35 North Center street. Residence, 537 West Van Buren street. 'Phone 100L No charge for consultation. Agent for the Hors Review DR.. HOWARD RAMSAY, Veterlnary Snreon and Dentist. Graduate On tario Veterinary College. Office, corner First avenue and Monroe street. Am brose Ccrral, Phoenix. Arizona. Tele phone 3313. ASSAYER AND METALLURGIST. J. Q.'A. KING. Ass;.yer and Metallurgist. All kinds of laloratory tests for best reduction niethoi. Office and labora tory. JX N. 2nd Ave., Phoenix, Arizona. NOTARY PUBLIC. E. E. PASCOE, NOTARY PUBLIC. Conveyancing a specialty. Acknowl edgments taken. 110 North Center street, 'opposite Hotel Adams. PIANOFORTE TEACHING HISS FANNY PECK. Teacher of Piano forte nlaying. Pupil of Carl Stasny of New England Conservatory of Music 136 N. Sixth St. TEACHER OF ELOCUTION. PROF. RICHARD BERESFORD, Teaciher of Elocution and Oratory. Studio. 230 North Second avenue. My method is new and modern. Terms reasonable. Call for prices and further information. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. JlThbev. J ATTTE'lwards! KlUliKY Ki' EDWARDS. LAWYERS. 19-21 South Center street. Phoenix, Aai- zon-a. Ground Floor Pure Malt Extract . is what makes our BREAD so sweet " aud good. HOME BAKING CO. M. J. PETTID. Manager. , Phoenix Foundry and Machine Works. Machinery, Supplies, Castings, ' Repairs, etc; 25 to 33 North Second Strget