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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN:" WEDNESDAY MOANING, OCTOBER -16, -1901.
The Arizona Republican PUBLISHED BT THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING CO. Geo. W. VmcKas, President and Gen. Manager Exclusive Morning Associated Press Dispatches. The only Perfecting Press In Arizona. ' The only battery of linotypes In Arl- ona. -Publication office: S8-58 East Adama Street. Telephone No. 471. Entered at the postofflce at Phoenix, Anions, a mail matter of the second class. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By mall, dally, ona year... .... weekly, one year Cash In advance. ..fs.OO 2.00 BT CARRIER. Dally, per month 1 .78 PHOENIX, ARIZONA. OCT. 16. 1901 A careful review of the beef cattie situation has been made by the Chi cago Chronicle, and BEJEF ' the conclusion Is FAMINE 'reached that prices THREATENED, must go considerably higher. . Of special interest to the cattlemen of Arl zona, is the- unanimous verdict of the. packers that the prices of stock on the hoof will remain high Indefinitely. ' "Food, nroducts of every kind are about to undergo another marked ad vance In prices," says the Chronicle. "The meat market Is affected because the packers have discovered an un usual falling off In the supply of steers and other cattle. With an extraordi nary demand for pork and poultry, the supply men say that the shortage of beef will be feVt equally In other meat lines. "The beef famine that is threaten ing the city is supposed to have its origin In New York, and as Chicago Is 4he source ami center of the supply Its escape was considered impossible. Though rumors of scarcity had been rife for some time. It was only yester day that an authoritative admission on the subject was made by Chicago packers. The shortage is said to be alarming." Telegraphic repcrts from th? east declared that the New York butchers, wholesale and retail, blamed Armour & Co., Swift & Co., Nelson Morris & Co. and the Cudahy Packing Company, the firms known as the "big four," for the higher prices. But it Is denied by representatives of these concers hat they are in any combine or trust to curtail the supply and send the prices skyward. They point out that the beef famine had its origin in iwo conspic uous facts one, the increased foreign demand on account of the expansion of American trade:the other and most obvious, the falling off In' corn feeaing to cattle because of the high price that the farmer obtains for his corn crop. "A sequel to the shortage," continues the Chronicle, "is the falling off In the demand for meats among the poor. It Is the pronounced view of many pack ers and butchers that the high prices will continue for seme time. It was announced that in New York several of the meat dealers were being driven ut of business. In Chicago this serious phase of the trade question Involved has not yet been reached, but the feel ing Is prevalent that . at no distant time the Inability of the poorer citizens to -buy the costly meat supplies will have disastrous results among small traders." A representative of Armour & Co. said: "It Is-about correct to say that enough "cattle have, not been corn fed for the beef market. - But that is something which -will be righted the moment the farmers realize that It will pay them about as well as the next A Country Lass, ' Ml t Health in her beaming eyes, health in hex glowing cbeek, health in her merry laugh. ' Yet country air and country hours can't save her from the common experience of women an experience which dulls the eye, pales the cheek, andturns the laugh to a sigh. Womanly ills come to almost all. But for these ills there is help and healing in Dr. I Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It regu- lutes the periods, stops unhealthy drains, i cures inflammation, ulceration and fe- male weakness. It makes weak women strong, sick women well. -Mis. Ells fapp. of TartiMtowti. Guilford Co., X. C. write: "I had auficrrd three years or . more at mouthly period.. It acemcd as thtrtiglt 1 would die with nain in my back and stomach. !1 could not stana without fainting; had given .ftp all none of ever belnc cuml. when one ol , luy fnemU ,,iMed upon my irviug Br. pkree-a-! Pavorite Prescription. With but Hull faith I ...... . i i ram, a mu i n I l.l . I wtnii . -felt txtttsr hnd better appetite and ftlept better. Now I am hannv to kit i am cntirelv cured, and tall done in two month' time, when all other medicines had failed to do any good it alt.' j Biliousness is cured by the Kts of Dr. 'Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. Las 1 thing If they feed their corn to beef cattle. I will ' admit 'that there Is a serious shortage In the supply of beef cattle. What I will not admit Is that the large packing firms of this or any other city are to be blamed. There Is no 'trust' in the business, not even such a slim bond as a gentleman's agree ment. On the contrary, the keenest business rivalry prevails in the trade." The Chicago Tribune of October 12th, commenting on the editorial ex pressions on the re THE clprocity problem call- RECIPROCITY ed forth by the te!e PROBIBM. graphic Inquiries of that paper, finds cause Tor congratulation In the unanimity of the sentiments expressed1. It says: The symposium is more or less rep resentative of the republican and In dependent press of the whole country, but most notably or the middle west. The utterances of thrse editors may safely be taken as voicing the senti ments of the majority of their readers. In a discussion of reciprocity the opin ions of democrats need not figure, since they take exception to the funda mental i-stem of protection, upon which the reciprocity Idea Is based. The most striking feature of tnis collection of editorial opinions Is the almost complete unanimity In favor of reciprocity. Along with this scntl- . i-.i .v. . ,w ment goes a strong con ..-won nmu handled with caution. The writers ex press this feeling of cautiousness In varying degrees, ranging from a mere mention of difficulties to an expres sion of a fear that practical obstacles are too great to be surmounted. Only one editor In the group suggests tnat it might be a mix take to broaden- our policy of reciprocity at this time." Two or three say they cannot see a satis factory solution of the problem. Three- fourths of the whole number are more or less squarely In favor of the McKIn ley policy as outlined In the Buffalo speech, and most of these call for tne atiflcation of the treaties now pend ing. It is gratifying to note how gener ally these spokesmen of local public opinion Insist that thereclproclty ques tion should be treated solely with a view to benefiting the nation as a whole. One (The Arizona Republican) remarks that the senate must rid itseif of the spirit of local selfishness which has. been allowed to defeat the treaties thus far negotiated. Another says the country needs reciprocity where it Is more beneficial than protection, and protection where It Is more beneficial than reciprocity. A paper that always has been strongly protectionist Is now in favor of a modification of the tariff. believing that the time has come when mere attention can be paid to revenue and less to fostering gigantic lndustiies." The consensus of opinion, however, is most nearly represented by the editor who says: "We want a sys tem of reciprocity that will encourage International trade and enough tariff to protect American industries." This is supplemented admliabiy by the writer who says a tariff Is a wall and reciprocity treaties are gates in the wall. If the nation is to havje a great and permanent foreign commerce it must see to having the necessary gates. Reciprocity gives the benefits of free trade without its disastrous effects on home industries. As a fair Indication of the attitude of the republican and independent press and majority of the people this symposium . has Its . significance f ir the president and for members of the senate. It appears to indicate that the public desires the ratification of the pending reciprocity treaties and the negotiation of the pending reciprocity treaties and the negotiation of others, desiring only that the subject be han dled carefully and In a broad spirit of patriotic business wisdom. Congressman Shafroth of Colorado, who recently returned from a Journey to the Philippines. In an interview ex pressed a view which curiously obtains with a large element of the demo cratic party. "It costs now, said he. between sixty million and seventy- five million dollars a year to keep the soldiers there, and even if the num ber Is reduced to thirty thousand the expense will still be greater than the profits from the island's will warrant. The islands are unquestionably rich. but their benefit to the United States will not materialize unti! a generation or two shall have passed and the need for an army in the Islands shall have gone. We think time will prove tnat his conclusions are wrong as to the limited commercial value of the Isl ands. All expert testimony is against him. Within twenty years Manila will be a. second Hong Kong, and the Pa cific will be dotted with our commer cial fleets engaged In a commerce be- ween this country and the Philippines and China ail the direct outgrowth of our ownership of the Philippines and thousands of American fortunes will be made. But the remarkable feature f Mr. Shafroth's statement and this is the democratic attitude to which we refer is the Implication that it has been possible at any time since Dewey's victory for this nation to with draw from the Philippines. Mr. Shaf roth stubbornly overlooks the fact that the United States government has a duty to perform In the matter of pro tecting and civilizing the Filipinos, a duty which no difficulties or circum stances will Justify It In shirking. . A great silence 'has fallen over the Buffalo assassin, and this silence should remain unbroken t o the end. The New York officers concerned have precisely this Idea, and it Is greatly to their credit. Both State Superin tendent of Prisons Collins, at Albany, and the warden of the prison at Au burn, have Issued orders to this effect. We all know that there are certain senration-purveylng sheets In .our . , ,,. ... , , . , ,, ....,. , , larger cities who Would pay large sums of mcney In order to break through these orders. At! sorts of trickery and disguises will be tiled in order to get through the corirbn of silence. If there was time enough some misguided re porter might secure his own committal to the prison In the hope of obtaining TO YOUNG LADIES. From .the Treasurer or the Young People's Christian Tem perance Association, Elizabeth Caine, Fond du Lac, Wis. 'Deau 5tns. Pinkham: I want to tell you and all tho young ladies of the country, how grateful 1 am to yon for all the benefits I have received from using I.ycliiv E. Piukliam's Vege table Coiu pouud. X suffered for MISS ELIZABETH CAIXK. eight months from suppressed men struation, and it effected my entire system until 1 became weak r.nd debil itated: and at times felt that I had a i 1 La Lea. ana aL tur . , - . . . , . ni-. i only used the Compound for a few weeks, but It wrougut a cnange in ma which I felt from the very beginning. I have been very regular since, have no pains, and find that my en tiro body Is as if it was renewed. I eliidlv recom mend Lytlia K. IMnkham's Vege table Compound to everybody." Miss Ulizaiiuth uaixk, ck v. uivision St., Fond du Lac, Wis. $5000 forftlt 1 mboom trntttmnial Im not otnuint. At such a time the greatest aid to nature is I.ytlia 1". l'lnklimil Vegetable Compound. It prepares the young system for the coming change, and is the surest reliance for woman's ills of every nature. Mrs. Vlnkliam invites all young women who are 111 to write her for free advice. Ad dress Lynn, Monti. an exclusive "story." Hitherto all has been orderly and decent in the hand ling of this assassin: and It is sin cerely to be hoped that -t he forces of good ord r and decency may be strong enough to frustrate to the end these counter-efforts of unbecoming and mercenary curiosity. Dr. Ellis of Boston told the story that when Webster arrived at the foot of Bunker Hill he accepted the hos pitality of a citizen to the extent of a tumbler of brandy. An ordinary per son who should swallow a tumberful of brandy would be In no condition to make an impressive speech. "Talk of the Day," in the Boston Journal, agrees with Dr. Kdward Kverett Hale that Webster cr.uld not be classed at an Intemperate man. Intemperance i net to bo measured by any sit rule. What would mske one man stagger would simply make another reminis cent or self satisfied. In the days when J England produced statesmrn parlia ment gave out the odor of a distillery. Hence the story the essayist tells of the man who "was once asked whether he thought it possible that Mr. Pitt cculd have spoken in the house of com mons after drinking three bnttles of port. Ha replied: 'You must remem ber he was addressing an audience very few cf whom had drunk less than two." President Itoseveit. says a Wash ington correspondent, is often referred to as a rich man. He Is not so, ac cording to any modern standard of wealth. He has never been what is commonly known as a puor man, and did inherit property from his parents. But this is valued roughly at about tlOO.OOO. He has his home In New York, which Is far from pretentious. his place at Oyster Bay, and some ranch property in the west. He has written a number of books which have sold fal.-ly well, and his copyrights ylfld him a fair Income. It is doubt ful, however, if ha ever has had more than 110.000 or 512.0CO a year In his greatest prosperity. There are two branches cf the Roosevelt family, both very old end aristocratic, but one quite p:or. The president belongs to the lat ttr branch. It Is significant that the "yellow Journals" which only a fw weeks ago we:e cartooning Theodore Roosevelt, vice president. In a brutal .and sense less fashion to say nothing of coarse ness are not picturing Theodore Roosevelt, president, in he same way. If 111? cartojns of the. vice president were proper and warranted cartoons of the president would be justified. Pub lic opinion, however, .has-been ex pressed, and the coarse. cartoons havs disappeared. Abraham Iaak, the editor of the anuichl.it paper published at Chicago, has appealed to the postoffic authori ties to have his paper reinstated In the matis. The Chicago postmaster ruled it out on account of the article It contained written by Emma Gold man in which she eulogized Cxolaoss and condemned President McKinley. Impure Blool meuns an un healthy stom ach. The Bit ters will set things right ; in the stom nch and PURIFY the BLOOD. It will cure indigestion. Dyspepsia, Constipation, Liver and Kidney Trou bles. Try It. HOSES Tw STOMACH' Sitter5 Why Pay Rent when you can buy a HOME upon pay- ment of 38.00 to 388.00 per month 100 acre ranch for rent, 60 acres In alfalfa. Rooms and houses for rent. . If you have property for sale or rent list it with R. H. BREElSlE No. 21. North First Ave. The authorities should stand by Post master Scott. He haa done right. An archist literature has no place In the malls. It should be debarred. The hai'test blow whlci 'the officials can strike at this time would be to ex clude nl! such publications. The lench Ings of anarchy should not be scattered through the lapd. by the government, whlih Is the object of attack from the vile sheets. During the proceedings in the navy yard tool shed In Washingtcn'-the lieu tenants continue to show that the cap tains were wrong, and the captain con tinue to show that the admirals were wrong, with tiresome regularity. Stops the Cough and worki off tho Cold. :. Laxative Bromo-Qulnlne Tablet's cure a cold hi one day. No Cure. No Pay. Price 25 cents. QUANTITY AND QI'ALITY. - The St. Louis papets declare that the Louisiana Purchase exposition Will have a third more space under rco than the Columbian world's fair. There Is an evident determination In St. Loul to have the "biggest thing on earth." which laudable ambition may be ap plauded If It Is provided that the qual ity shall be In proportion to the quaj- tlty.a-Pittsburg Dispatch. SPLIT. BBiniLE, DULL HAUL All Con From Dandruff. Which Is Caused By a Germ. Bpltt hair, harsh hair, lusterless hair. brittle hair, falling hair, all owe their origin to dandruff, which Is caused by a measly little microbe that burrows Into the scalp, throwing up the cuticle Into dandruff stales, and sapping the vitality of the- hair at the root, caus ing the several diseased conditions of the hair till It finally falls out. Modern (ctence has discovered & remedy to destroy the dandruff microbe, which Is combined in Nswbro's Herpicide, which may be had of .tny ttruggist. Al lays itching instantly and makes hair soft as silk. Take no substitute; noth ing "Jut as good." A new remedy for biliousness Is now on sale at Klvey A Hulett s drug store. it is called Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. It gives quick relief and will prevent the attack If given as soon as the first Indication of the disease ap pears. Price, 25 cents per box. Sam ples free. THE ROAD HOUSE PETITIONS. To the Editor of The Republican Jlr: Inasmuch as there are petitions n circulation asking the board of su pervisors -to grant licenses to saloons in the suburbs, commonly known as road houses, I beg enough of your val uable space to set light some errone ous impressions that have gone forth In regard to the matter. I understand that those who are cir culating the etltlons represented thut the places. If allowed to continue. would be conducted In a quiet, orderly and law abiding manner. In that mat ter it Is entirely fair to Judge of the future from the past. As a matter of fact the only reason for seeking a lo cation for a saloon or roaifhouse out side the corporate limits is that it may escape police control, and be amenable only to the territorial laws, and every one knows that the difficulties In the way of enforcing that Indefinite changes of venue, stuffed Juries, etc. make it practically impossible to ade quately control the read houses In that way. It is well known by those who are un fortunate enough to live near or be rbllgcd to travel past them, that In almost every Instance a road housu conducted outside the corporate limits is run largely as a diouse of assignation and -prostitution, is a rendezvous for low, tough characters of both sexes. who would- not be permitted on th streets nor In the saloons of the city. They congregate there almost nightly because there is no danger of po'ic; Interference, and In their drunken con dition frequently make night hideous by their loud, boisterous, profane and obscene talk until the small hours :.f the morning. Wherever they have been conducted around the outskirts of the city they have had a more disastrous effect upon the value of property than would a slaughter house or a sewer outlet. There Is no Intention In this of mak ing an attack upon the liquor interests or any other Interest, but It Is "impiy a matter of common decency, in which every resident of the tlty and suburbs, and every person who had occasion to travel to and from the city. Is inter ested: for. If licenses are gramed, no property owner- outside 'he city has any assurance that one of these dives will -not be located at his very rur, nor will he have any power to rrevent It. 'I am not expressing an opinion, but statins facts, and not from hen-ty, but from actual personal knowledge In view of these facts, which will l.e verified by cny one not copnected with the business, and who is familiar nith the situation. I urge upon nropertv owners to refrain from signing these .petitions for license, to he en I that a long standing and acknowledged nui sance may be aboted, that property In the suburbs may regain its n.-rma! marketable status, and that the resi dents thereof may be allowed th. free nnd undisturbed use and occupation of their property, and their 'amilies may be protected from the foul. Indecent and Insulting language, ronduct and disturbances to which thev have been subjected in the past. L. J. RUJiJ. Los .isrca-HirjHis. The Bu.J' Corner-, Fourth and Broadway LOS ANGELES You can sit in your own home and trade with us. We have trained men and women to shop for you. af jVt&ii Yotir Orders New Fall and Winter - Catalogue ready for mail- e ingt Write for one, they art free. & ae We Sell Everything GUT FLOWERS CBNTHflli 138 South Spring Rtrpet. PHOTO A boat Oct ill AGUA CALIENTE. HOTEL MODESTI GARFIELD'S 8AR(TA1JM. "Governor Oates used to tell a story Illustrative or Garfield's masterful power of sarcasm and his nne-tlme ap parently vindictive feeling against the south." said a frlf nd of the governor's last night. It wos perhaps In 1879 or 1SS0 Gover nor Oaten was first elected to congress In November, 1880, at the same time Garfield was elected president and th.? democrats in the house were making the fight of their lives to Insert In- tho army appropriation bill a provision for bidding the presence of troops at the polls. "The fight had been lor.g and bitter and the democrats were powerful enough to prevent the passage of tho bill unless that provision was Inserted, ami without the bill there would be no money for the army. "Garfield was the republican IeadT In the house, and 5oon to be the commander-in-chief of all the land and ivaval forces of the nation by virtue o his short lived and tragic occupancy of the White House, and he fought the democrats with relentless passion and tremendous force. SudcUnly. one duy luting the rancorous debate, lie bounded from his seat to his feet as I? physically stung, and In that rlnglns,', sometimes bitter voice, he cried: 'irr. Speaker! Some, fifteen years ago the democratic party was sliootiu? to death the soldiers of the Union, and today that party Is trying to starve them to death!" "He resumed his seat without an other word, and then there was pande monium. How different Is the national MORPHINE I0 YOU ITFK IT? DO YOU WANT TO BE CURED? IP YOI' DO: DR. BRUCE KIMMIS WILL CITRE YOIT WITHOUT PAIN ' OR NO PAY. I The desire for drugs In any form l-i entirely gone after the first dose of j treatment. My remedy is a peifect ANTIDOTE j and not a subsitute for OPIUM. I Write to me. and I will send you a 'symptom blank, which you till out an 1 . ivturn to me. Then I compound your medicine and phl; it C. O. D. by ex press. Remember It Is strictly a HOME cure, and can be ' taken without the knowledge of your most Intimate friend. Call or write I DR. BRUCE D. KIMMI& Rooms 3 and 4, 3404 South Broadway. Los Angeles, Cal AnnnRnmN PI nlTINfi Faney Art. bniiniu tf:ie ami Knife Ptai ing. Mail or ders riven imimtiiatf atteminn. Latent im proved marfainf-M. MR. GEBOW. 8t 8' 8. Sprlnjr 8treit, Lou An.-lon, Cal. Western Electric & Machine Company Connlilnir and Contract ,D tngmcers. Gn rai Hup pi Tea and Motor "epairs. fcfctlniat a urolliPd on f griiliaT aliii Power PlHlt.. 331 S. Kan fit., Los Anrlei. ' visit DR. JORDAN'S gret MUSEUM OF ANATOMY' i3;isiREETST.,sanicisca,ciL. f The .ar-tst Arwtrrmical Mtrnrn fit the A W'mhI. .iknc-e. or y .--!irrctt W Jitra ax kill. el -tMMl i.y the oldcx Jk Sucuaitu n ilw Cui feat j6 years. w OK. dUU'JflN DISEASES OF Itltrl V fr in i iti in ii h mi I Im ii t nflMmiallj W Tmajcaifiiicil .v xn r-M-rt. Hasall nl lor Bwastwrak- A min k and I 1 lew rnaihodv Y Cm".u'taiicQ fn-e oiul strictly private. Trcttmeot per A fVrp in v?rv 0 avrtlfttlr iiv -m a as m valuable book W I St. S. F. :RRIACr.( VAii.HJ FkEU. (A 1.1 Lali or iiar Oft. JORDAN ft CO., 10S1 Markt Oldest and Largest Cut Flower Store in Southern California. Flowers packed for shipment. Fine Itedondo Corna tions. Hoses. Violets. Lilies. SmJlax. Choice Potted House Plants. PARK FliORALi CO., Lou Angeles, Cel. KODAKS SUPPLIES. "TSflSSM... 1-Io-wla.n.d. cSc Oo. I we will rrmos to our large tAn store . Bouth Brodry, Ijo Aiigclcfl. Agua Calieiite, MtrlcoM ronnty Everything nw Excellent bathins. Rsten Reotisbte feeling In this day of mlngham Age-Herald. sorrow!" Blr- STRICKEN WITH PARALYSIS. Henderson Grlmett of this place was stricken with partial paralysis and completely lost the use of one arm and one sjde. After being treated b an eminent physician for quite a whli without relief, my wife recommended j Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and after ; using two bottles of it he is almost en ' tirely cured. Geo. R. McDonald, Man. 1 Logan county. W. Va. Several other ; very remarkable cures of partial paral i ysis have been effected by the use of ; this liniment. It Is most widely known. however, as a cure for rheumatism. spiains and bruises. Bold by Elvey & Hulett. THAT SETTLED IT. Mrs. Pawbones But 1 thought you said it would be unnecessary to re move Mr. Longg.-een's appendix? Dr. San bones But I nefd to buy an automohHe. Brooklyn Eagie. INDBO LANDS In ftiv- eraide rounr ' Call omta. Hig flowlne well of pure. o(t irmer Rich t-ltrpcnt toll. Near H. B . Pre ! Water. Earl If t producing land In V. H. : irnlimtteil market. No Competition. For I M. W. COTTLE St CO. 459 Wilcox B'liidlnr, lo Angele. '! . Colored Chart Free O. C. JOSLBN, M. D. I WILL SEND FREE UPON RE QUEST MY FINE COLORED CHART OF MALE SEXUAL. ORGANS. WHICH WILL BE FOUND A OREAT ADVANTAGE IN "HOME DIAGNO SIS." A3 WELL AS A STUDY FOR ALL INTERESTED IN THEIR ANATOMY. ' Address, O, C. JOSLEN, 7S. D. Corner Third and Main Streets, l.rtm Aiiffelc. t'al VACUUM DLVriUPIR and HEALTH "PPLIANOK. caret Weakness - nd Undeveloped Organs. 6T.1 l'U-E an t V 4 KICOCfcLg .erii.rnl It eiieil id a tew days Invef tifrtf tblt Knl'SE CTHF, a' com i lfstitd without the nse f drnsrn or electricity. Wriie for our Ihtefcl book. en e fre in p!nn erve'npe. UEtl.VII Al'PI IA't lOMI'lH, O'Farrell Sr. Pan Francisco Henry Albers P-triflc Const g't rteua for Catalog Fd 1 tine poul try aunt l4 815 8. MH . Sireet, Los A nice Jen, Calif. STEEL TRUNK STRAPS CHCAPfa TKU LEATHER OtrtlWtt tozrfl. Will fit; ' nny trunk and can hv k v lockod. Absolutely sai. L ' Sent j?reiiid to ay Jui-j L- drrftA f:r 1.011 M.mev rv S sfvjiEKits-r iunucd it not KaUr.factorv. Add.-ws, a 2? WHITNEY & SONS. Sole Aots. 3435 SoutH Spring St., Lo Atifrcle, Cal.' Send for oar niartrmtd Trunk mod BaCaUkr?-M , rcct. racM ucg. Bashford - Burmister Company WHOI.CMUI AND klttltt nutkas im Gnral Merchandise Preaeott, Arlsona We carry full lines of everything. We have a big store. We do a big business, but can do more When In rt-escott It will please ti to ' hr yon call and get acquainted GRISWOLD THE BICVCLI MAM, Sells Racyclea The best and easiest running Wheti on earth. Don't get something elu because they say It la just a good. Agent for the Chicago Cash Register, the most perfect of all regiters. Most, complete repair shop In the city.- Prices reasonable and work guar, anteed. FOR RBNT Furnished rooms tlO to $15 per month. ;. Two-story furnished house, Flint avenue, $35 per month. Two-story unfurnished house, Wash ington street, $26 per month. FOR MALB Brick cottage. Third avenue. $730. Two-story, brick house, Washington street, $2500." lOVk-acre chicken ranch, house, shad" trees, 1 mile north Capito 1 grounds, $1200. .. '. I acres two miiei east city hall,' $400. Blacksmith shop, $600. aJ. MURPHY, O'Neill Block Gordon & Smithline Brick Manufacturers Common Press and Stock Brick South Third Street . Talephan $01 Cold Air Storage Market- 1. TRIBOktT - 114-116 E. Washington Bt.t: ) Opposite City HalL ... Telephone No. Having rebuilt and , enlarged mv Meat Market. Cold Storage Plant and Sausage Factory. I am better than evtr prepared to please my customers in every possible way. There. i now no better equipped market between Denver and San Francisco. I will reopen my Meat Market October 1. 101, in connection with an up-to-date Sftlieataasam mn4 Prattles ; Dapartmant, and will handle DELICATESSEN OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. FISH AND OYSTERS fresh from the coast every day. LIVE AND DRESSED POUL TRY. GAME IN SBASON, domestic and Imported FRUIT and VEGETA BLES, PRODUCE and - Barbaauad Maata ef All Kinds , I will be glad to see all tny old as well ' as new . customers ON THE OPENING DAY and will give to everyone a FREE SAMPLE OF BAR BECUED MEAT. You will find anything eatable you can fancy in my market. I will keep only goods of first quality. Try me and get the best. Shipping orders will have my. spec ial attention and- wholesale price lists will gladly be furnished to the trade. Nothing Can Please Him Better Than to serve your husband With good, prime no roast or oeef for dinner. When you are perplexed as to what to get for dinner, get roast beef; it Is the good old standby and alwayi acceptable to lovers of good eating. W have everything else In standard meats and delicacies, and no one caa undersell us. . aaaaaaAA P. T. Hurley. I "Waat Washington Bu Pbob in