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TUT: ATJTZOXA vREPTTnLICAXi SATlinn.VY MORXIXn, DECEMBER 2S, 1001. Just Received Carload CorriEgsited Iron;' Repair and Build Your Buildings Now Assorted Sizes EZRA W. THAYER 124-120 East Washington Street V? 127-133 East Adams Street ANNOUNCEMENT A New Drug Store in Phoenix. 1 tako pleasure in annoumins to tho publk- that I have opened a drui? store in Phut-nix at ll'J Swth Fir?t avenu, two doors from the postollioe. It will bo my aim to carry i:i stock poi y thin's you want mc drills a nd medi cines alum, but 'i v.irioly of per fumer, toilet poaps. toilet ;irth-h-s of every description, an 1, in fact, all you expect t;i lind in :t well stocked diMlg store, and more uddcd, inciuding: a nice assortment of fine confections and sta tionery. , All prescriptions r-n trusted to my care will receive my personal Utention and they will be coiirj-iimit".) lri-tLy ar- ordinjr to your physician's insuuc tions. Prices you .vill find moderate. extend you acor iial Invitation to call, whether you want t buy or not. so that we can become acquainted. You are alw.sys welcome and will receive c,ouiteHiK treatment. We supply families, parties an:! f?s- j tlvals with ice cram. j liot choc olate. ofJVe, clam bullion, i beef tea. hot lemonade, etc., always i reived at the fountain. Yours very truly. I- l.tMffLn'lK, Ph. O. TO Use Mermaid Quien Washing Powder! IN' Thm Only Exclusive Ladies' Tailor in Phoenix. The Only Cloak and Suit House in the Territory 3 You must remember that Louis Mel- C2eiS artnle rliler if thr bent totile vnii j can take at this time of the year. 36 and SS North First Ave. Special Sale on Coats and Capes -All $25.00 Coats will be sold for $20.00 -All $20.00 Coats will be sold for $16 50 All $18.00 Coats will be solcTfor $14 50 Also a.larsre li;ie of Short Automobile Coats for 5CV0. ATTENTION LAI PES We make Tailor-Made Suits' to Order from $20.00 up, and furuisli all the Materials (Imported and Domestic Goods). Skirts" from S5.00 up. We Guarantee Perfect Fit. Mdil Orders Promptly Attended to Ladies Free Employment Olficc CLOAK AND TBIN'S SUIT HOUSE g Washington and Second Sts. BaeBaeaBaeBaraaaeBaBaeaaaeaBiaaaenaKxca 'fhons 2281 pj SAILOR JACK DEAD rec ured by the t oroner in substan tiation -. the suit-id:' theory. At the I r-ar of th sahan was found tiie ulass COLfMIUA DKSK CAl.KXD.A 11 FOit 1 Went Over the Range tO Meet the Tram which Twenty-nan huil tak,n hi-; Grim Reader. '. 1;irt ' in''. On the inside of it there raid. quantity of whit ked like stiyeh- i . This calendar has l-.een a fixture in I many business office and homes for ' many years, its threat jniiJiilurity living ; iRrt'ly Iiu t the thoroughness John Tv Ttym.m di- I suddenly t he A nh ?u:-er s:i linn a ixuit ":3 p. m. . y stprdny. undoubtedly fmm strychnin-;' taknjwith suicidal int-nt. Twcn-tyma-i w-.i 77 years J Id and h;nl lived' an ventftU liff with its lull prr ;x;rti:n if ti rili!'. ftlrmc: with its triumph. His l.ttt r days tirou.trht n:ist';rtune and for 1 th l:ist y.-ar ili-h -i Itlu whicli induced j; fe linr of ir.dancjy yy and probably nerved him l.i bis dsnoiideii'-y to thus anticipat..- the wrrk rrt death, which j was rapidly approaching under th? . escort c" T-V t he Timr. It is said he tald ronit'one yest-nlay cr the day he ifer that lie did net ex:ct to live an- ' r.t her day, but it was supiic.sed to be 1 an id!" remark rat her than evidence of a seri-'us intent if m of commit tins : suiciil . Sf'im."1 lim ysl -rday afternoon h -enter. 'd tr.e saloon and later went to th; r ar of th buildinp. where h is known to hae taken a drink cf water. ( Then h' w;-nt back into ths saloon and ! :at dr wn in a chair. Ttut a short limn afterward t:.!d someont n?ar him he was dyin. and. stra iRhtenlnK out' hi:- limbs nml kicking off inc shoe, he' pns.ed away with but littl" indication cif pain a nd but t tr slight :-st convul- i sic.n. Ccroner iray vrs summoned and the ; foilrswinjc jury was impaneled: rletiry Behr?ns. F. Ware. II. DunKp. I,. A. Janes. I. H. Kllis arid S. Merryesa. The contents of his pockets vre taken cliarse of and th; remains viewed bv th' .iury and turned over to Undertaker A. J. Hrailley. Th"r? was ro mony i?i his pockets, though - it vnt known that he had a considerable sum the niffht before. The ' rr.ly thin? c" interest that whs discov- ; ered was a drachm battle of strychnine f which hail been op n ?d and a small quantity removed. This, of course. Ifiid t he fouinlatiou for the suicide theory and the in"iU'St was postponed till ' this mornlnp. After the Jury had been dsimissd fr th1 day further evid.n- t with was a cunsid ; powd,r that 1 nine. This 1asK wa taken by the : " hu h it serxes its purpose as a me:n- erron-T and the'nature of the powder I orandimi device. It is a most ton I will be distover.d be'rre ih? jury ren- venlent reposiUtry of thins to be re- I is :i verdict. i memii.i-e(i anu at the same lime pos- tm :t all the reouisite f -:;turen of an almanac for cvery-day " use. The printed part, as in former years, lare- j wrmiyman. was Dftu? known as "S iil:;i Ja ." 'He was an KnHshman by lerth and "n sailor during his early I lir. 11 landed on th i'alifcrnia co 1st ! about ls4S or 1!4 and sine Mi.-n has j been L-ii Ka iced most of the :i;ne in min- ins", ranching and ptaj.e tirivinff or fiperatinsr. His eXfK-ri-nr cover the ! wh-1 raiise of th fri the British 4'fdtimblu line to old Mexico 1 .. !y tonsists if viduntnty contributions ir ipi liir-yde riders of nearly every our. try in th. world. The new edition I very handsomely printed and nirunled on a steel holder, whereby the cnlendar can be hiinir in :inv rmvnn- .vest froiiijr.nt i(-;,tion or phu.,.,1 ut any de?lre l .-'.net. (ill tJl.. .I-vL- mnv l.n .V and in the early days Sail r Jack was Tl(n,.f, hv ;i.ndin ten cent in postaSe wcdl-kuov.n ail over th- ce,t. - first I lo Uu. Anit-rW.;in uirvvW 'mp:.nv. pained notoriety as the dicovrer of j Kastern Sales Uepai tmeiit. 152 Fran'i the Sailer Jack mlnei in Oregon, a -t nn pti'v.-t. New Yark itv. prr ;u'rty that became fruiuus as a min- - mil praduV: r. Fi r th last twenty-five A SMTnOCKH IN THE TOILS. ;: he has lived tn Arizona the - prr;atr part f,f the time. Of recent J'-sus Arvtso was arrested on Monday years he hus been employed y W. W. .by Deputy I'tiited StJlea Marshal Wil "ock at his cattle ranch, by th? A Ik ire . n a charge of nnii(rlihK- The brothers when they wcr; enfeajjed In : ranching on a l?ir s al- and more re- I ently by Jake Miller. j Ahout a year affo when t;.iddard's j station was neiu up sailor Jack was one f'th? victims, and that incident, top.'thrr with advancing nR?, seemed to prey upen his mind to the extent that ho was takn quite seriously ill and can:? to town to live. He has for smr.e months roomed around the city In different places, seeing little of the bright side of life except as he would tnz't his many friends on the street and from them enjoy words (,-f prootl ITr is spoken of by those who knew him ns a kind hearted old man. a true t ate was before 'oinmlssioner Dean, Tuesday.-who held .ti viso to the Uni ted stale crf.nd jury in th" amount o.' $ ri'Ni. This Is Arviso's se; ond ITens-e, and as the c iden e on this 1 1st 'jiaiK'' i-s f onclusive. there is no doubt that be will have to serve time on th? hill. Yuma i-Vntinel. cn.A i'.kni) nnuoiNr; stonk. So;re of the finest building stne yet discovered, has been found near Gila fiend. The rtone bus been pronounced by frovernment expeits to be of the best finality, free from foreign matt-r, ami a stable buildinR material. Is a red "sandstone, having an eiffhty-ton TtrCllt-e H.;i ilillfift 6r f.ir tVto a- l. nf ptwntativa of the western typ of BtonP haK been 1,,,! in Angeles by A. J. Spencer. Yuma Sentinel. r pioneer and frontiersman. So far art known be has no relatives. Arranpe ments for hi funeral have not been announced. CHRISTMAS SKliVK'KS. Th Flrt Persbyterian church will give a Christmas service tomorrow . morning at which the hoir will be as ' sitJ by Mis. Cann of Pittsburg, Mrs. : Th:raldson, Dr. Todsworth and W. '. Fiarnes. Fnllowing is the oriler of 1 service: "Organ Voluntary itra. Hulett. i Pastor's Hcripture salutation. Intri it "Holy Night." by Adolph . Ada ma. j Invocation. t HOME COOKED FOOD. Dr.Hibbard GRADUATE of Harvard Meni- ColU'M. ex- Unitl Ktftteii Pen- nou F.iBuiiiifr, hiuI Leading Specialist in chronic and difficult chs'.-m. Hltxxi. Ht In, Kidney, Urinary, Bladder, Private and Bazum flinaw. nominal Wealcneaa with ezhuted vitality perwaiO'Dtly cured. Can cers and cxierual Krnwtlia removed with out the knife or severe itu'aiiurcs. The tensoD of lr. HibtMird's remarkable miceess In cue to hi lonft eperten'e autl fxcejif ionul ability in trt-atintc complicHtcd and ititriCHle difteaac. Place your cane in hi hnnH be deait with hoiit!y and scientifically. Ko ine m be r he devotes bin entire time and tiidf to chronic diBPaHen. If possible Always be Examined bv an Exoert. If unablu ui call write freely and confidentially. Many caet yield to home treatment. Keferene-: A.1I the Banks, and prominent buHinesR men of the car.- Consultation, in per mod or by letter, free. Hours: 10 to 12, 1 to 8, and 6 to 7. OflW and Latoriitory, 20-28 8. n ond Jl veiine. M itw brd Uili'diUK. Phoeuix. Arisoua. 'hoir Hsp3nse "The Ioi d 1les Thoe." by VrowbrldRe. Scripture. Prayer. Trio "Praise Ye the Father. Mr. Mc 'anil. Dr. Dodswcrt:i" and Air. An drews. Ccnffrt-jraiional hymn. Offer! nr- Offertory Sido "Chimp Ye Bells. by Sh'd!.y. Mr. Andrews. "Star of Hethlehem" Mrs. Tharall son and choir ConKt'-'K'ntional hymn. Piay - r and benediction. ' Ioxr.H-y. pan postlude. At the Su inlay evening Christm.i fans' service anion;' the musical Rple tiens wi'l lio: "Christmas," v by Marstcn Mrs. Tharildson and choir. "Tha S-mc: of tyd." by Sullivan Mis.- Ctb'y and i-hoir. Solo Mrs. l;an. "Th Kve r,T Christmas.' by Adams. Ma!o choius?s. In adlition to the usual assortment of baked beans, beef loaf, meat pies, salads, bread, pastry, etc.. displayed In YVakelin's grocery store every Saturday by the ladien of the First Christian church, there will be a cjucntfty o toothsome mincemeat this week, grood enough to at. Kale from 10 a. m. till ADDLESI 1 . If you want to feel real Rood, you can do so by drinking1 pure New York ' apple eidr. A carload Just received , by Louis Melczer. Saddl6 Blankets I Bridles and Bits I Riding Whips I Gloves I Leggings, etc. 4 See complete stock at Z I Capital Harness Shop 'I I OSCAR R. LECHLER I Proprietor OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE. v liOFF'S MIXTURE 1 BOOM BUSINESS during the dullest week in the year we have CUT the PRICES on ali Men's Suits, Boys' Suits, Children's Suits, Men's Overcoats, Boys' Overcoats, Children's Overcoats, Men's, Boys', Children's and Women's Shoes at a Price that will make a thin purse look fat SMOKING JACKETS AND BATH ROBES AT ACTUAL COST Big Reductions on Underwear, Sweaters, Shirts, Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, Neckwear, Socks, Etc., Etc. tt'K hav ie oivl ToUAV n I t of HrFI-"S ON.-'CMTTIOX CI I'.K li rvt t frrini XKW VOUK. Thi s i. C.KXriXE l:rri.t. 1 tt n-f mhor yon -t iu; ym k Tor. i Bear's Drug Store Opposite Cit Hail Middle of the Ciccit. Remember We Always Live Up to Our Advertisements Gold bero Bros, MAKERS OF LOW PRICES Remember Our Free Employment Office HE IS PAIXTIXO. Weil. hat 1 a man's rondition when r. witn-r- in a court-mart il dRt-ribe i t aa Whee-e-e-ow" 7 We don't fin1', that in the V:miry lifti;nary. ISos t -m Herald. ! Twenty four Hours1 We Lead in For fONSTIPATIOX, niMtTSXF.S:, LlVKJt AND KIDNISV TISOL'BIJJS... Tt.ore is noi'.li.s like Verba Buena Bitters For Sale at All Drug Stores and First Class Ran". High-Class Groceries.. Notice is sufficient for a New Suit for New Years. Ten artistic Workmen Constantly at work. Cold Air Storage Market S. J. TRIB0LET, Prop. 114-lie E. Wankintoa St., Opposite Crty HmU lelcvkoaa 61. Just received from Kansas City a shipment of shoieest Beef Loins and tenderloins Buy your meats at my mar ket and you will be satisfied. New arrivals in DKI-ICA-CIES. Holland Milkr.er Herring, 5e. each. Holland Herring (spiced)., 5c. ea-h. pickled Herring in Wine Sauce. 3 for &c. Smoked Herring. 10c. dozen. Smoked Buckling, 5c apiece. Shore Mackerel, 2 for 25c. Salmon Bellies. 15c lb. Smoked Salmon. 40c. Ib. Smoked Sturgeon. 40c. Ib. Smoked Eel, 40c Ib. Smoked Halibut Chunks, per It. -Smoked Goosebreast, Import ed anil Domestic: Cheese, Pick les in bulk. Anchovies, Pickled Sardines. Fresh Fish, Oysters in bulk and in cans, etc. etc. I A. J. BRADLEY 1 UNDERTAKER AND i EM8ALMER u (iraduate Chicago College of H I I ! ! J Kmhslming to attend Iadis fa. j h anlCh,TXpHoncs4, Nicholson theTailorj m yWitV-l-AU jcT-g ' 'i 2'6 W Washin3ton St., Phoenix 2 43 WEST WASHINGTON ST. I Sf SATURDAY 1 SPEGIAI; js? FREE! IMPORTED Japanese hapkims- TO ALL CHUKCHn SUPPERS SOCiETT "DINNERS FOR WHICH SEAL COFFEE bK THE FINEST" CROWN is purchased; FOR SALE BY The ; Wakelin Grocer Company Today we will make Special Prices on all Dress Goods and iSilRs in the store This is an excellent opportunity to secure a Swell Dress Pattern at a reduction in price DON'T MISS j& THIS CHANCE, THE BEST ALWAYS'" i