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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN; THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, lddl.
If SYSTEMIC CATARRH. Peruna Cures Catarrh. Where vw Located. Miss Mattio I-Guild, ot Chicago. III. Mien Mattio L. Guild, President Illi nois Young People's Christian Temper- anao union, in a recent letter from Chi cago, 111., says: " doubt if Peruna has a rival la aft the remedies recommended to-day lor catarrh of the system. A remedy that will cure catarrh of the stomach will cure the same condition of the mucous membrane anywhere. I hare found it the best remedy I have ever tried for catarrh, and believing it worthy my endorsement I gladly accord It." . Catarrh of the abdominal organs la very much more common in summer than in winter time This form of ca tarrh might be appropriately classed as summer catarrh Peruna will cure catarrh wherever located. In pelvic catarrh it has won well deserved renown. Peruna will cure any case of diarrhoea, acuto chronic. Peruna is an absolute specific for dysentery. Peruna cures catarrh ot the liver. Peruna cures catarrh of tbs stomach. Address The Peruna Medicine Co.jco lumbus, O., for a free book entitleit "summer Catarrh .' OROOM CREEK CURIOSITY. Caterpillar Attracts a Crowd on Ac count of Its Peculiar Make Up. Gus Williams was In town today from Wllliamsport. a suburb of Groom Creek city. He brought In a specimen of a worm-like creature with him, which is new to most people In this section, although old miners who have had considerable expericr.ee In the" pine timber, s'em to be familiar with the species. It 'Is on exhibition at' M. Vuge's window where it has attracted as'bifs a crowd of spectators as the ore exhibit of the Baumann Copper com pany has in front of E. A. Kastner Ac Co.'s. The motive, however, was dif ferent that actuated the crowd. In the matter of 'the ore the crowd collected to admire the fine samples of rich min eral, while In the other case the curi osity was the ruling motive, as prob ably not fifty of them had ever seen anything like It before. One or two parties who were familiar not only with the worm itself but wiln Its work, said :t was a pine or plnyon caterpillar, and it is the deadly enemy of pine and plnyon trees.: as It bores into them and kills them. It Is about five or six Inches long and is er- Iwrapped in a web-like -covering whir-h Jls covered with needles or quills, re jsemblinsr the needles of a pine tre.3. jWhen not disturbed Its head, which rs- ."embles that of an ordinary caterpillar, Is thrust nut if this covering about an llnch, while the quill attachments rs gmain at repose on the sides. When jtifsturbed the head is withdrawn Insld (of the covering and the quills are .raised similar to a porcupine. It is said that these caterpillars are the cause or so many pine trees dying of late. ;Journal-MIner. 1 A new remedy for biliousness is now inn sale at Elvey & Hulett's drug store. jit is called Chamberlain-s Stomach and Liver Tablets. It gives quick relief and will prevent the attack if given as soon Jus the first iirdlcation of the disease ap pears. Price,. !5 .cents per box. Sam ites free. FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS - Stirs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has 9een usd for children teething It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for" diarrhoea. jTwenty-flre cents a bottle. Hook What awful table manners iNewrich has. Nye Yes, he eats a plate f soup as though he thought all the ther people at the table were deaf. I Wise is the man who lets his wife fiave her own way' Just to spite him self for having married her. produce a healthful glow which art cannot imitate. They iuvigorateevery organ, put new force to the nerves, elasticity to the step and round out the face and form to lines of health and beauty. SI .00 per box : 6 boxea (with written guarantee). t"ilW. Rook free. 1'f-AI. HEOICIHB Co., Cleveland, Ohio. - FOR SALE BY ELVEY & HULBTT. THE LIVE DRUGGISTS PHOENIX ARIZONA. ! Strong Nerves B are the true source of good, healthy J appearance. !j H Persona with half-starved nerves aV ' H ways look worried and dragKed-out." 1 m Yon cannot be happy witliout nerve a H visor; yon cannot be natural without E all the powers which nstcre meant yon I to have, 91 W- C T. TJ- SERVICE In Kemory of Bliss Ethel Kent and Mits Fannie Cole. The Woman's Christian Temperance Union held a memorial service in Its hoomo yesterday afternoon In mem ory of Miss Kthcl Kent and Miss Fan nif? Cole, both of whom were active workers in the temperance cause and valued members of the union. Duiing the opening exercises the president read a few bible verse which had been special favorites of Miss Kent and Miss Ccl2, and their favorite hymns were Eung. after which the mteting became strictly informal, consisting of music and ehort addresses. Reo:u tlons expressing tender regard, sym pathy and appreciation were adopted by the union. "Under His Wings" was most sweetly sung, by Mrs. LaChance and Mrs. Pratt, and appropriate solos were beautifully and tenderly render ed by Mrs. Cooper and Miss Cog gins. Later, when the meeting- opened un der the head of business, it was votei to hold a medal contest In about two weeks. It was also voted to invite Mies Marie C. Brehm, a naitlsnal lectu rer from Chicago, to spend a few days in Phoenix about the first of Novem ber. A:i who heard her lecture In our city last February wll! welcome her return. PERSONAL. Hue. Labor!, wife of M. Labarl. who defended Dreyfus, will spend part of the coming winter with relatives In Montclair. N. J. Mme. Labor! has a number cf American- relatives. Mme. Hurry's aunt. Miss Lizzie Churchill Woodworth of Montclair. is now visit ing her. Mrs. Woodworth's son. Dr. Avery Woodworth. married a sister of Mrr.e. Lsbori. M. LabTi has been of fered $150,000 tor 100 lectures in thi3 country. Mrs. Ole Bull lives In Cambridge, Ma?. She hss presented the vtoMn upr-d by her husband to the museum af Bergen. The violin is said to have teen minis In 1532 tiv Oaparo rl Salo. Tt was bought bv Cardinal Aldorbran dinl. who gave It to the: museum at Tnnlsbruck. from which if was carried off loot by one of Napoleon's sol diers. Rear Admiral George W. Meivl'l has been chief cf the bureau of steam engineering" for fourteen years. Ex cept for Ms trio to the Pacific poist with President MKinley recently, and one week at the Chicago exposition, he has rot had more than a fortv-eight hours' leave at any one time in the fourteen years. The youne empress -f Russia, tt is t-I'?, car H-le or nothing ebo'tt Jew els, dr. Indeed, about any kind of flnr-rv. and In this respect preyen's a triUner contrast to her mother-in-law. se til' vounr-looklng and even prMtv Mar!e Feodorovnn. whose jewel casket in the day when she was empress was rie irwt fa-nouff in th- world from a rem point cf view, hardly socon. even In f matter of pearls to the collection c-f the emptess cf Austria, You assume no risk when you buy Chamberlain's Colic. Cho'era and Di arrhoea Remedy. E'vey & Hulett will refund your money if you are not sat isfied after using it. t is everywhere admitted to be the most successful remedy in use for bowel complaints and the only one that never faila. I: is pleasant, safe and reliable. HUMOR OF THE DAY. "Smithers can tell as good a fish story as anybody I know. I toll him an awful whopper the nother night. but he matched It." "How?" "He raid be believed me." Stray Stories. "I suppose you are glad to be tack home 'from the country." said the friend. "Oh." ar.swerfd Mr. Pirlu Barker, as he took a dyspepsia tablet. "I don't know that it makes much difference whether I am kept awake at night by the katydids or the street sweepers." Wawhington Star. - ' "Where's your husband?" asked one woman of the other as they met in the grocery store. "I suppose he's talkin? politics with your husband as usual." was the an swer. "It strikes me they might both be better engaged." "I wouldn't disturb them, for any thing. Let fhem use i;p their com plaining powers on the trusts and such things. It leaves that much les or the meals." Washington. Star. "Jones is a chronic candidate. To my certain knowledge he was running thirty-years ago." "When was" -that?" "In -the war!" Atlanta Constitution. It's reaily time the editors had killed that "Crying Need," And the "Long-felt Want" should seek oblivion's bower: But there' one phrase that sticks to "em, and they're everyone agreed To hold on to "The Duty of the Hour!" Atlanta Constitution. WILL BE NO VICE PRESIDENT. The accession of Mr. Roosevelt to the presidencyleaves the country without a vice president. It will not have one until the next presidential election. During the interim the position will re main vacant. But thin does not de prive the senate of a formally chosen presiding officer. Senator Frye oC Maine remains president pro tempore, to which office he was unanimously elected by the spnate last March while that body sat In extraordinary session. Mr. Frye had been elected to this Ram'; position after the installation of Vice President Hobart In 1S97. having been similarly chosen In an emergency in February, 1896. while the republicans lacked a majority vote. When M Hobart died Mr. Frye continued his role by. virtue of being pi evident pro tempore, without further action by the senate, and this ciMirse will now be fol lowed upon the reassembling of the senate in December, or earlier In case of an extra session. Kansas City World. AUSTRALIAN CATTLE KING The cattle king of Australia Is Sam uel McCaughey, an Irishman. wh went to Australia in 1S56 with practi cally nothing. He did not succeed well at first, but started again with a small flock, and from year to year has added to his holdings, until caw he Ima more sheep than any other man to the world." He has more acres of land than sheep,, and his possessions are in the best parts of Australia. One of his farms on the Darling Downs is thirty six miles long and forty miles wide. Altogether he owns more than L0O0.000 acres and leases about a million or so more. Kansas City Journal. NOTICE FOR POSTING OF SETTLE MENT OF ACCOUNT. ; In the Probate Court of the County of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona. In the Matter of the Estate of Sam't A. Davison, Deceased. ' Notice is hereby given that W. J. Murphy, executor of'the last wl'l and testament of Sam'l A. Davison, de ceased, has rendered and presented for settlement, and filed in said court, his final account of his administration of said estate and petition for distribution of said estate; and that Tuesday, the loth day of October. 1901. at 10 o'clock a. m.. at the court room of said court, at the court house in Phoenix, in sail Maricopa county, haj been duly ap pointed by the Judge of said court for the settlement of said account, at which time and place any person ia terested in said estate may appear and file his exceptions in writing to the said account and contest the same. Dated Oct. 1st, 1901. C. M. ZANDER. Clerk. 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 ir. 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. 4 and N. N. W. Sec. S3, 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, and William R. Beloat of Buckeye. Arizona, and John R. Norton of Phoenix, Ari zona. ' MILTON R. MOORE. Register. First Publication September IS. 1901. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE "EMPIRE OIL AND REFINING COMPANY." KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That we, wiiose hands are hereunto affixed, do hereby associ ate ourselves together for the purpose of fdrmlnp n romoratlon untler the ! laws of ihe Territory of Arizona, and to that end make the following state -j ment: t First: The names of the corporators ' are: William C. Spenny. M. Thomas Brinkcr and Matthew K. English, and the name of the corporation shall be the Empire Oil and Refining Company. The principal place in which the busi ness of said corporation within th-; Territory of Arizona is to be transacted is Phoenix, Maricopa. County, Arizona, tnd the principal place of business cf said corporation outside the Territory of Arizona shall be the City of Colum bus, in the State of Ohio, or such other 1 place as the Board of Directors may by icynlutinn direct. Second: The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted by this corporation is as follows, to-wit: To purchase, lease, bond, locate or ! otherwise acquire, own. exchange, sell or otherwise dispose of, pledge, mort gage, hypothecate and deal in mines, mining claims, oil lands, mlnerar lands, oil, gas, asphaltum, petzoleum. water and water rights, anj to work, mine, explore and develop the same; to do a general real estate and mercantile business; to own. handle and control letters patent and Inventions; to bor- ! row money and execute mortgages o: deeds of trust to secure the same, and In general, to do all things neces sary to the proper conduct of the business of this corporation In the Territory and elsewhere, not incon sistent with th? laws of -the United States and the Territory of Arizona. Third: The authorized amount vof capital stock of this corporation shall be Three Hundred Thousand Dollars U309.000.00) divided into One Million Five Hundred Thousand shares of vthe' par value of Twenty Cents ($00 20) each. At such time as the Board ot Director: may by resolution direct, said capital stock shall be -paid Into this corporation either in cash or by the sale and transfer to it of real or personal property for the uses and pur poses of said corporation, in payment for which shares of the capital stocx of said corporation may be Issued, and ther capital stock so issued shall there upon and thereby become and be fully pald up and non-assessable. Fourth: The time of the commence ment of this corporation shall be the date of the filing of these- articles of incorporation in the office of the Sec retary of Arizona, and the termination thereof shall be twenty-five years thereafter. Fifth: The affairs of this corporation- shall be conducted by a Board of Five Directors, who shall be elected annually by the stockholders of the corporation. Sixth: The highest amount of In debtedness or liability, direct or coti tingent, to which this corporation Is a any time subject shall be One Hun dred and Fifty Thousand dollars ($150,000.00). Seventh: The private property of the stockholders of this corporation shall be exempt from corporate debta of any kind whatsoever. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. We have hereunto. set our hands and seals this 25th dav of September. 1901. WILLIAM C. SPENNY. (Sea!.) THOMAS BRISKER. ' (Seal.) MATTHEW K. ENGLISH. (Seal.) State of Ohio. County of Richaway. ss. On this 25th day of September. In the year 1901, btfore me, S. A. Webb, a Notary Public In and for the State and County aforesaid, residing therein, duly commissioned and swern. person ally appeared M. Thomas-Drinker. Wil liam C. Spenny, and,'Matthrw K. Eng lish, known to me to be the person described In, whose names are sub scribed to, and1 who executed the an nexed Instrument, and they acknowl edged to me that they executed the same for the purposes and considera tions therein expressed. aN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hersunto set irjy har.d and aaitd my official seal, at office to the said State and County," the day and year last above written. (Notary .Seal.) S. A. WEBB. Notary Public. My commission expires June 5. 1902. Territory of Arizona, County of Mari copa, ss. I. B. F. McFall, County Recorder In and for the County and Territory aforesaid, hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with the original Articles of Incorporation of The Empire Oil and Refining- Company, filed and recorded in my office on the 30th day of Sept., 1901, in Book No. S 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 SOth day of Sept.. .1901. (Seal.) - B. F. McFALL, County Recorder. By A. S. ARTHITR. Deputy. Filed in the office of the Secretary of the Territory of Arizona this 30th day of September, A. D.; 1901. at 2:30 p. m. ISAAC T. STODDARD, Secretary of Arizona. First publication October 2. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE "ATCHISON COAL MINING COMPANY." KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That we, whose handa are hereunto affixed, do hereby associ ate 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 corporators are William Carlisle, F. M. Baker, E. W. Howe, P. B. Waggener, George Storch, James W. Orr and J. C. Fox: and the name of the coiporatlon shall be "The Atchison CoaS Mining Com pany." The principal place in whlcn the buslnees of said corporation withl-i the Territory of Arizona is to be tram -acted is tne City of Phoenix, in Mari copa County, Arizona; - and the prin cipal place of business of said corpo ration outside of the Terr itory of Ari zona shall be the City of Atchison, in the County of Atchison, State of Kan sas, or such other place as the Board of Directors may bv resolution direct. SECOND: . The purpose for which said corpora tion is formed, and the general nature of the business proposed to be tran; acU'd by it, is the transaction of man ufacturing, mining and mechanical business, the mining of coal, and the sale and disposition thereof, to acquire mining claims, 'oil landB, mineral lands, 611, gas. and to work, mine, explore and develop the same; and In general to do all things necessary to the proper con duct of the business of this corpora tion in the Territory of Arizona an J elsewhere, not Inconsistent with the lows of this State and the law of Ari zona. THIRD: The 'authorized amount of cap ital stock of this corporation shall be One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000). divided into one thou sand shares of the par value of one hundred dollars ($100.) each. At such time as the Board of Direclois may by resolution direct, said capital stock shnll be paid into this corpora tion .either in cash or tTy the sale and transfer to It of real or personal prop erty, for the uses and purposes of said corporation, in payment for whlcn shares of the capital stock of said cor poration r.-ay be Issued. FOURTH: The time of the commencement of this corporation shall be the date of tn filing of these articles of lncorporatlcn In the office of the Secretary of Ari zona, and the termination thereof shTi be twenty-five years thereafter. FIFTH: The affairs of this corporation shall be conducted by a Board of seven Di rectors, who shall be elected annually by the stockholders of the corporation. SIXTH: The highest amount of indebtedness or liability, direct or contingent, ti which this corporation Is at any time subject shall be One Hundred Thou sand Dollars ($100,000). SEVENTH : The private property of the stock holdern of this corporation shall be ex empt from corporate debts of any kli;d whatsoever. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. We have hereunto set our hands and seals this 2th day of September. 1901. ' WILLIAM CARLISLE. F. M. BAKER. GEO. STORCH. B. P. WAGGENER. . E. W. HOWE. JAMES W. ORR. J. C. FOX. (Seal. (Seal.) (Seal.) (Seal.) (Seal.) (Seal.) (Seal.) State of Kansas. Atchison County, ss. On this, the 24th day of September, In the year nineteen hundred and om before me, Samuel Harburger, a No tary Public within and for the County and State aforesaid, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, person ally appeared William Carlisle. F. M. Baker. B. W. Howe. B. P. Waggener, George Storch, James W. Orr. and J. C. Fox. known to me to be the persons described in. whose names are sub scribed to. and who executed the an nexed instrument, and they acknowl edged to me that they executed the same, for the purposes and considera tions therein expressed. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed1 my official seal at my office In said City and County the day and year last above written. (Seal.) S. E. HARBURGER. Notary Public. 'My commission expires March 2Gtrt. 1995. ' . Territory of Arizona, County of Mari copa, ss. I. B. F. McFall. County Recorder In and for the County and Terrltorr aforesaid, hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing 'copy with tlia original articles of Incorporation of thi Atchison Coal Mining Co..-. filed an.l recorded in my office on the SOth day of September. 1901. In Book No. 8 of Art. of Incorp. at Page , and that the same is a full, true and correct copv of such original and of the- whoi thereof. . Witness my hand and seal of office, this 3Ulh day or Sept.. 1901.- (Seal.) B. F. McFALL. County Recorder. By A. S. ARTHUR.' Deputy. 1 Filed in the office of the Secretary of the Territory of Ailzona this 30th day of September. A. D . 1901, at 2:30 p. n. ISAAC T. STODDARD, Secretary of Arizona. ' First publicatipa Octoljer J. POPULAR FOR RENT SALOON FOR RENT Frische a sa loon at Tempe is for sale or rent. Telephone No. 151, or Inquire on premises. ALL parties having houses or rooms to rent will please list them with us, lib we cannot fill all our orders. Arizona Bldg. Co.. 218-219 Fleming block. PRIVATE BOARDING THE "KELSO," corner Third avenue and' Adams; select private boardlag house, in desirable port, ot the city; references. WANTED Country boarders. Mrs. Gilbert, five miles north on Cave Creek road. COUNTRY BOARD Parttesdesiring a pleasant home in the country, with good home cooking, p'.enty of Jersey milk, fresh eggs, etc., sunny rooms, with good accommodations for Bleep ing out of doors. If desired, can find same at The Rumney, on Grand ave.. telephone 332L WANTED Boarders in nice country home. Inquire fruit stand, Postoffice building. ROOMS FOR RENT FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping at 500 N. Third ave. TO RENT One or two furnished rooms In private family; suburb, one block from car line. 1514 E. Adams. THREE nicely furnished room for housekeeping; also unfurnished house. Apply at the Maison Dore restaurant. FOR KENT Housekeeping 4S4 N. Third ave. rooms. KOC'.MS for rent 1n new biick house, furnished or unfurnished; housekeep ing privilege; two tlocks from, car line. 1233 E. Van Buren. FOR RENT Rooms. 32 South Seconi ave. FOR RENT Large, airy, elegantly furnished rooms, with or without board. 29 Wert Van Buren. FOR RENT Rooming department. Apply at room 1. Dorrls theater. FOR RENT Furnished room; privi lege of hot bath. 539 North Fourth avenue. FOR RENT Nicely furnished room with private family: ground floor; near business center; ho consump tives Apply S43 East Monroe street. FOR RENT A nice front room; all conveniences. Apply cor. Fifth ave. and Van Buren st. HELP WANTED WANTED A good girl for general housework. Apply at 710 West Mad ison St. WANTED A girl for cooking and gen eral housework. Call 48 South Fifth ave. M'KINLEY'S LIFE By Murat Hal stead; best author: best book: best -terms; retails $1.50; will duplicate any offer on inferior books; credit given; freight paid; outfit free. J. S. Zlegler & Co., Chicago, Ills. EXPERIENCED salesladies wanted; steady employment and igood salary to the right parties.- The Bostou Store. WANTED A nurse for a child. Ap ply, J. C. Wasson Buckeye Canal of fice, or 104S North Center street. WANTED Girl for general house work. ' Address P. O. Bex 1365. MEN Our catalogue explains how we teach barber trade in eight weeks. T00I3 donated. Positions guaran teed. Mailed free. Moler Barber College. 635 Clay street, Sa.n Fran cisco, California. MANAGER WANTED Manager wanted in every large counly to ap point agents for the famous "Game o'Skill" nickel slot machine for drinks or cigars: lawful everywhere, takes place of all forbidden slot machines. Kented or sold on easy payments. Se cure territory quick. Palmer Bi:liarJ Table-Vo:ks, Chicago, llh SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED Young man. aged 19, wants place on ranch; milks some. Address F. C. D.. this office. WANTED Position by first-class cook in private family. Inquire of Dr. 'Du (field. WANTED A situation by a competent . cook. - Address Cook, this office. FOR SALE FOR SALE A span gentle driving burses; will sell one or two. Inquire at Star Corral. FOR SALE A tent house and wagon. 1531 West Washington st. FOR SALE 20 acres 1 miles west of capitol, mile south of Yuma road; water share in town tlitch; spring seeded to alfalfa. Box 214. Phoenix. FOR SALE Sure bargain; Lot 11. Orchard Grove Add: price $400. all cash. Address owner, L. H. Mitchel, 309 Stlmson block, Los Angeles. Cnl. FOR gALE .Poultry farm, twenty yards, incubntor, cellar, brood house, Kood -well; six miles north on Black Canyon rbad. P. O. Box 396. FOR SA-LE One! 3-year-old mule, weight 1,100 pounds, very gentle, ride and. drive.. 4-'6 West Washington. FOR. SALE Nice 50x135 foot lot with or without good 14x18 tent house; also tent frame with, floor; gosd lumber; all at South. S'ecgn avenue, WANTS 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 lota In most de sirable parts of the city. FOR SALE 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. IS South Second Avenue. Office phone 501. Residence phone 3031. FOR SALE The Kllroy's New Pales tine Cottage: one of the cosiest cot tage homes in Phoenix; lovely largj grounds, shade trees, alfalfa, rose", gravel walks, etc. a truly typical home. Apply on the premises, 9ir S. First ave. ARE you looking for a good invest ment? If so look at my fine brick house at 740 South Third ave, which I will sell for $2000. and which rents for $300 a year, rent paid in advance. Inquire of Mr. Bunsick at The Boston Store. FOR SALE A suburban home. 200x350 feet of ground, lots of shade, 1 miles from junction of Center and Wash ington streets, one b'.ock from y car line. Apply or address Chas. O. F. Youngatrom, cor. Twelfth andi Cal ifornia streets. RANCH FOR SALE An 80-acre, well ' improved ranch, 2 miles from Five Points, Phoenix, on. Yuma road.. A good thing. Inquire on ranch of J. G. Parret. WANTED Stock ranse and 400 head of cattle want purchaser. Apply to N. A. Morford. room 6, Nicholson building. Phoenix. KKLIABLK horse, sis years, kind dis position, safe for lady, or children. 476 N. Second ave.. Chase L. Purdy. FOR SALE For cash, the only store In a g-ood mining camp: doing good busi ness and payins well: many good mines in vicinity: must be sold to close up an estate. Address P. F. Bussey, Harrisburg, Ariz. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi enced card reader, tells past, present and future: Ladies, 25c; gentlemen 60 cents. 231 Buchanan street, oornai of Third street. WANTED Sewing or dressmaking by the day. Mrs. L. E. Smith, box 51?, city. WANTED Dressmaking. Mrs. J. R. Carmichael. 222 West Jackson st. WANTED To buy a medium size good farm wagon; have for sale or exchange one bugfry and one spring wagon. Address 912 E. Washington. DRESSMAKING Mrs. E. Andrews has Just returned from the east, , where she has been during the sum mer, and Is now ready to do alt up-to-date dressmaking; tailor made suits a specialty. 313 East Monroe. . . 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 egga. Mrs. F. J. Hall, Fourteenth street . and California avenue. Brill's addi-1 tion. ' I AUCTIONEER Hammond now ready J for all sale engagements at the same place, 15 South First ave. j STORE FIXTURES Get our prices on I billiard and pool tables before buying i elsewhere, " sold on easy payments. I Our cushions are guaranteed for twenty years, and are made by a new! vulcanizing process, o.d taoies nt ted with our cushions are as good as new, satisfaction guaranteed . or money refunded. Pee our advertise ment of "Manager Wanted" for law ful slot machine. Palmer Billiard Table Works. Chicago. 111. LOST AND FOUND STRAYED or stolon Bay saddle horse four years old. L. H. Hamilton. . Board of Trade room. LOST Three keys tied on a piece of elastic '-'Finder please "return to Republican office. PROFESSIONAL VETERINARY SURGEON. F. O. RICHMOND. M. D. Q.. Phoenix, Arizona. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist; diseases of ail domestic ani mals scientifically treated. Office, 3." North Center street. Residence, 53? West Van Buren street. 'Phone 1001. No charge for consultation. Agent for the Horu Review Lr HOWARD RAMSAY veterinary Snrceon and Dentist. Graduate On tario Veterinary College. Offlco. corner First avenue and Monroe street, Am brose Corral, Phoenix, Arizona. Tele phone 3313. ASSAYER AND METALLURGIST. J. O. A. KING, Amssyer and . Metallurgist, All kinds of laboratory tests for best reduction method. Office and labora tory. 18 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. TEACHER OF ELOCUTION. Prof. Richard be-resford, Teaoher.of Elocution and Oratory. Studio. . 230 North Second avenue. My method Is new and modern. Ttnns reasonable. Call for prices and further information. PIANOFORTE TEACHING. MISS FANNY PECK. Teacher of Piano forte playing. Pupil of Carl Stasny of New England Conservatory of Music 136 N. Sixth St. . ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. J. H. Kil.bev. A. J. Edwards. KIBTJKY EDWARDS. LAWYERS. 19-St South Center street. Phoenix. Ari zona. Ground Floor. The Delroil I Formerly Mills House. 618-623 W. Wtishingtor, ireei. u. tt. tiaritipt'. Proorietor. New ihku- aement. Rates reasonable. Large Rooms bv the Dav, Week or Month. Room With or Without Hoard. Home Cooking. Rooms $7.00, fM.OO and $10.(K per month. Board reasonable. ; If This Sort ot Thing ?0Ttunh to get it; bat it roa wnt cleanliness, careful ness and correctness, turn your laundry over to ui. Tbere is no better work done in the country than we do. Lice Curtains, we are doing lots of 'em. Why? Cause we do em right. Let Us l'rove It to Yoa, Yours for good won and prompt delivery, ARIZOHA LAUNDRY. Cor. Adams & 3d Sts. Fhoue S9I Phoenix Foundry and Machine Works. Machinery, Supplies, Castings, Repairs, etc. 25 to 33 North Second Street w s The Palace i I niBSCHPELD A PERKINS l'roprietora Imnirfpri anil nnmpfttic Winps. .,..-- -- 1 V, Liquors and Cigars ii 'I Arizona p it Phoenix stasias 1 ft THE HOFFMAN The bowling Ally is cool, the P" t Beer Is Tram cold Ktorago and I is ANHEXJSER - BUSCE til Sad IT r P b "i i i tltOPQ and Liqucr Houses 1-1-1G V. Washington Street 1 F". W. THODE, i Proprietor A533 S!3HHZTi!3rS335S5r53raij S33 There is Something to See ALONG THE The Shoft and Onit Scenic route to the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers and Beyond A FIHST CLASS LINE TO Texas and Old Mexico CAFE CAR AND RAIT. ROAD KKSTAURANT BERVICK UNE.ICELLEU IN AilKKICA. VISIT EUREKA SPRINGS The met convenient all -year-ronnd resort for people in this section. The LINE to the LAND ok LEAD AND ZINC Send your friends in the Old States one of our illustrated pamphlets, entitled "The Top of the Orarkf ." "Feathers and Fins on the Frisco." 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