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TIIE ATflZONA BEPUBIilCAN : MONDAY MORNING, . FEI5KTJA.EY 17, 1902.
Bargains in Pianos For less than hair pri.-e. the following I wHI known pianos: One elegant Fisher, ! almost new; one fine Everett, little usoj; one Pease, good as new, and one I extra good bargain at $110.00. all up- ' rights. Our stock of new pianos con sists of the celebrated Stein ways, ' Krunich & Hach, Sterling, Starr, Rich- I viond and Emerson. We don't handle any cheap western ! Makes, but sell our high grade pianos , cheaper than any ever sold before in Arizona and challenge comparison with the largest music houses on the coast. Zo1h Self-I'laylng Cornets, from 23e up. You sing in the mouth-piece and you have brass band music. Tuning and repairing a specialty. . Messenger & Pos Piano Co. 118 N. FIRST AVE., OPP. P. O. L. D. McCLURE Graduate of the Philadelphia College - of Pharmacy. 14 years practical experience. NOTICE ! No Guess Work In our Prescription Department. All our medicines are compounded in the most careful manner, with strictly pure and fresh drugs and in strict ac cordance with the doctor's instructions. Prices you will find moderate. We carry in stock not drugs and medicines alone, but a variety of perfumes, toi let articles and stationery of every tlescription. Including a ni-e assort- j meat of Reymer's fine confections. , HOT DRINKS Ice Cream Soda -and Ice Cream with crushed fruits, always served at our fountain. 39 N. First Ave. Two Oooff- from He PontofUce THffobon 246ft &$0&&?&$&&$J$ -5-?K? - a FA D 1 H I 9 B- W r Saddle Blankets I Bridles and Bits Riding Whips t " - Z Gloves Leggings, etc. See complete stock at i Capital "amess Shop OSCAR R. LECHLER Proprietor OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE. 4 4 4 j J 2 i CASTLE CREEK Hot Springs. TAVAPAI COUNTY. ARIZ. "Season of 1901-192 now open: New building just completed; More rooms with baths: all rooms heated by hot water system when re quired: electric lighting of buildings and grounds. High standard of excellence In all features strictly matn tained. Descriptive pamph let on application to L. II. Land is. Pass. Ast. S. F. P. & P. It'y Co., Phoenix Ari zona, or to C. Mm COLHOUN, Mgr. i HOT SPRINGS. ARIZ. They have stood the test and are ... AT, 1. We mean the vehicles manu factured by the COLUMBUS BUGGY CO. We carry the full line and are sole agents for these high j grade vehicles. It is a pleas-j ure to show them Lawrence & Clarke Vehicle Co. THE BAY COTJKTRY And Other Rich Mineral Ee?;iors in Final County. Florence. Aria.. F-h. 13. (Special orrospindfiu e of Th Republican.) At Kelvin I learned that th Hay mine is temporarily shut uV.wn and the big mill at Kelvin, on the C.il.i. is at a PtandFtill. The Huy mi;i? is or.e of the richest in southern Aih;on:i nnd will he a grat liroducer. Kven though the liny ir, closed down, there is, considerable activity all along Mineral creek. At th: base of Teapot mountain the Hohtail Mining comptiny hns n rich pre PI proniiei-t upon which they are work ink nhuut twenty men. A two Pttnni' prnspet ting mfll is being I laced on the property, and it is esti mated that the product of this, littie mill will be UirgT than many ten stamp mills in Arizona because of the richness of th" ore of the Bobtail group. I learned th:U the Ray company is much interested in the new railroad and there is no d-mbt hut th-t the mine end mi'l v ill b" in operation by the time the road is built along the banks of the CJila at that point. There are hundred: of fine sold and copper claims on Mineral crok and in the districts which are contiguous. This region win provide great tu:intili s of shipping rn-r, ;.r.d th re are a number of claims vhi h are now shipping in spite of tlv distance to the nearest railrojid station. Th:-re is some excitement on Mineral creek owing to the rich strikes of frvs milling ores which have b?en made near iaggir V.'ell, In the Klpsey mining district. Prme veins carrying ore run ning fieri :!r to per ton have been discovered there of late. A. J. Ih'o iks of Cuiifornia nan secured the Westfull oepper group of claims, la v.hhh R.-v. Merton Smith, the evan gelist, is also interested. Ths ore Is hich grnrte and cn rries b.-sile copper, gnhl and rilver vahi 'S. The surface in dications are very promising and min- j i ng men w ho ha ve se.n the projw-rt v confident that a rich producing '- mp will be opened up there. Th', Wept fa II gr.up is l'catd ah tut twt ive in; r-s en si cf Flort'ir T .in Weed in. -.liter r.f the I.ihtoV. bu- located the ?:- niors of the Wesif vein and- v. ill M some work on them. The Newbury m I n .? s are no w in the hands of a Boston company. Th.se eiaims are eighteen miles northeast of I-1. irenc and but tiv miles from the proposed route cf the Phoenix & Kast . -n railroad. Although these claims v. re yet in the prrfpt'ct stage, yet the values rre such at the present depth to warrant extenlv work. A hurt and P"mp is being placed on the LmnVr lalm, which is one of the prmtp. The T resent depth is L" feet. Th lat.t psays show sold values of J30 to the t(.n, -50 miK es cf f diver and 2V pc r cent copper. Toe White K'ephant. which is one of the claims, has ben developed ov a v itical fhaft to a d.pth of f et. The same vein hr.s b;en en'oun- ' t 'red here, a nd the same dass ami ! Kia 1? of ore is found. The vein is found associated in a formation of slat-i and porphyry, lyinc bet we "n thes.j formations. Uevelopment of lTo feet has; been made on two oihvr ( lahr.s of the J prrnup. The vein of this group vari s in width from five to tf n f;-et and the out cropping of the vein is continuous for' y '-?rai n:iles. On the surface thy prin- ' ;p:il values are copper, and the claims I were located for their copper, but ?old f : -em:- to be the chief produ- t o" the ! claims at this time. The sold and silver v i!ues seem to increase as d 'pili is at- j t:iini-d on th vein. ( a a count of the presence r.f water in the shaft a pumping plant has to b i placed on the property. A larRe ship- j mL'nt of ore has been made to Boston, ; where a rmeltlni? test will b mad-j bv i the company. The mines will probably j be quljped with a reduction plant in j the near future. Five hundr.- l feet of j development wcrk will he done at once i j-3i2-3ii32 532a5 3-3-9 i$ For Break fast m W-iV-V: first : 2 J&M -frm ! : 2 3REAKFASTJ ; i ,4 ! llWHEATINd! m vd Ml Lot One Consists of gray homer spuns and cheviots, made up-to-date with bias silk trimming and si)k stitch ing, well lined and tailored, prices T!n$ ?3 and ( Jf 54.50 th;i WW r f week's choice... "OU can nevrr have too many skirts, so erne eaHy and see how cheap you c n buy them here. on the claims. Twenty-five men are j employed at th new camp. lOlirhlen miles east c Flore;ic-e, with j the Hh-vnix Sr Eastern railroad survey pasrtinr over the end of the proup, is j Mj;t.;l tlie Zelhrwaper mines. A vr- j thai depth of UTi fret haa ben attainei! I on this property and levels opened. i Tais shaft lariies three feet of 1l perl cent ore fr-:m th1 surface and at the ! bottom it has widened - to five feet. There arj at present 100 tons of ore on the dump ready fcr rhlpment. This ci'tnp will be worked on a broader plam whtit the railroad is built and cheaper transpirtatiun is afTnrd.id. Dr. Waldo P.ieh cf P.oston has Just tke.i a bond upon a prnup of claims the Z-dlewr Kl i up, wllirll hi prfijtoses 1o develop The Ittditnil Miuinp cmpany has se cured a bond on th Miller tioM claims, on thi (ilia river. The vein is a very lai'Ke one, running from ten to twelve feet. The vein Is regard .d as a $10 one fioin one sii! to ti?e other. The present development is 175 feet. Work will be fzUi at once upon th development of thi property. It will no doubt develop into an important producer of gold within a year or so. pa the company pr:ip(jpes to thoroughly exploit the vpin ami open up the claims for production. Th?rU:e-i miles northeast of Florence is located a larpe group of lead proper tie. The ureal "Ft depth thera is 3"ii) feet, ami there is a vein running from six to ten fe;t In width. There is a con tinuous outcropping of this vein for a distance of two mi!3s. Th: vnlues In this lead group are lead, gold and silver. This property is regarded as one of th great shipping mines when the railroad comes. Sur rounding this group are a great many prope rties of guld and silver which will provide shipping ore. ThL Phoenix & K-i stern railroad will run about twenty miles from th 1 famous Silver King camp, where there are a f,re'it many low grade mines which mining men look to be developed. The itymert district will also take on new li f uiiil act i vity. The Key inert mine is a great 1 :v grade lead and silver propesit ion. the ore bodies avr- agi:g firm 14 to IT. uunces silver per ton a.-vl from P to 12 per cent lead. Kv;.n th t Id Siiv-r I-Cine itself is regard d ns nri of tfi"1 mir.es which will wakf up v.!: :i h"M.Kr tran;ortatlon comes. ipprs' te th' Zii!WHi;pr group of P:vs tr.entioned elmv,. but across the ila i v !. on th" north side, is the Copper Mountuin Mining company of M i niit-ap:dis. apt. P. P. Parker oT Phoenix and Judge Sheldon of Minne apolis rue the chif owners of this prop erty. There I" a great dike, from L'' to 3rf feet wide, and the copper valu'-s : re sail to b"1 ex.eilent. The -cmpany is now engag.'d in opening uo tie me bodies and dev 'oping them. This prop erty P; hi't-e mlle from the railroad, ut n the opp'-f-dte Fid- of the river. iptain Prti'her has given a great deil f.f ett: ntion to this property and he has great titith in its future. Th company Is n g::. 1 one and is prepared to epend n '-t;'ti d 1 fif nr nf y iu placing its prc;prty in the list of producing mines. The pic; eth-'S I hpve menti'-ned nr1 all tr ritf i i o;. and to give th.Mii the description th-v deserve would require a l 'tt'-r fr:m er h enmp. This I am un- nbl- to Ive at this time, as it would rc'ua.e nt two w -ks. However.1 when tl!." railroad com s they can be visit t-d e isilv and the world will soon j know of their great .value. Fl rent e Is I the n.Pdr.g cnt -r of all these distrncts nnd is the supply point of many oilier outlyln.r districts. When ihe Sti'i Carlos dam is built s - v -r::! hundred thousand acres t agrierl; ura 1 land v ill b placed tir.d-r water h re nnd Ploren e will b come one of the greatest agrieuitural centers in Arizona. At present alv;iit C.r.OO acre? "f land are watered by the canal sys t -m. Ail of the land tributary to the Proposed canal of the government has been withdrawn from entry to prevent speculation end give actual setUers : show when the reservoir is built. All of the prod if ts of this vail y ar? con sumed in Florence and thf mining camps surrounding it. Hay and grain are packed over the mountains to Trov and other camps whi-h are at consider able distance. With a greater area of agricultural land undr cultivation Ihre will b an abundance of prodin ts for the mining camps for miles about. There is more interest in the new railroad her- than at any place I have visited. Perhaps it is because the peo ple have read more and are more fcmiliar with the efforts which are be ing r.ad to build a road through thi:; rich portion nf Arizona tiian the peeple living in the more remote lvgions which the road will traverse. Florence is perha ps th largest in terior town In Arizona. For a frontier town it has built up wonderfully. Th p'-ople heir are very hopeful that lb 1 railroad will make Florence one of the most prosperous cities in the southwest. The fetor? is indeed bright. With the big government dam built and a rail road running through the valley, there fiaj J T FIR IN THE WORLD. Benefit He Received from Paine s Oeery Compound On Dirccnil cr 14. Inst, the proprie tors of P.-iinc'.; Celery Conip:)inul f-itind the fiilowin;' l.it'.r an:o:ij; their mail: They liau :-. 1 corrc.-por.dcniv on the ru'iject: llu'y di;l no. !;r.T,v Mr. Mi:s- h.11.1, c::c;;.t by rc;it: lo-uim.or.i:.! i rj;" v.-as cv.r nrinl-. J. it c solicite-.l r.;ul tir.'ou,-; tors of Painr's Celery Win. Lik'c c cry mcilicine tii:.t :iic to them i:n :. The proprie-Comr-ounJ liavc never foiiml necessary to manufac ture or elit any t 'stimoniai. TI:cy iia c never foi-nd it ns.cei-r.ary by any trick of advertising; ft promote mythical men in far off place; to positions in 1ee;i-la:"rcs or otiiccs thut never heanl of them. It is the enc of r.'! renicdies tiij p inlarr.y 01 which has incrta.cl rcc '-im of what it duc, instcaii of .!i:-t it s-.ys. It appears tl-.at l'ire Chief Mnsham, the head of the C!iicaR: l'ire IXpart mep!. which is the model of tile world, has I'.'cr. 1 r for;v years i:i the ;ervice: as iM.-i-.f -.s a lion, indie-trioe, cool-hen-ied. v.iih a record tor ri'h'.injr fires, and epiiic r.s distinetiishcd for nerve a':d fertcrnlsliip rs other heroes tion v ltom r.ation ; have bestowed public honors for ?.rvice in no hazardous timiertakintrs. Qtief M::r-ij.-.n:, in the raring of 1901, obtained I: r.o r.-T.rii why FUni-rife will not e-!i:ii- a fity ir lfi.nf:n ;M within a fc- yi'.'il h;j;!v:.' ii-aiTit- t lh" loi.iin c:ir:;is ' p:t .: thi'.u;ch hf-r-. ;irnl th-- im ojiI.- ' 1 i i i l :1-,- touch wi;h t-v.-ry tiling that ; i-; : (ii::-; 0:1 i i lb !!i..iutai:iF. Ahn:st ! v ry i'iitr in iov. 1 owns a mining l-.iii:i y Hiri, .ni'l 1 di-1 rrnt rin-l n mno '.vlio was nut .:::',;iT,.e cf t(:e hi-in- ft i.il reiuilt:; of th r.i!rorrl. j r;i:!u:i; n. :.:am.i:v. I ( 1 PROMINENT PKOPLE. Xfslify to the Kflieacy of th? New Sci- I entitle IanJruff Treatment. A. K. Iaii'er, Pouvt-r, says: "Herpi oidt has madt my h:' :r mw rapidly.' Xtvs. A. Ii:-ri:i. Crcat Kai!s. Mont., ays: "I Jin 1 Herpi- iiie an t-xc?li. tit rh:nd;uff cure." !I. fJm; nlan-l. I rt!anil, Ore., says: ". . bj n's I Icrpu -iU? si' lMt l my ha.ir'3 falling out." .1. 1 . Israel, Tay ton, Wah., rays: "JieipitMi- has compli-iely tund my J.tmirtf." 'hnrles TIp.iwn, pr-sident First Na-fi- nal M tnk, Vane-tiivi-r. Wash.. sy-: 'llerpicitlo Is excellent for keeping the r a'jj clean." J 'arher Pay, brss. T :.yt w rk to-rt-iy. JtfTH-Wliat'a th; mattci ".' Par bcr (:.n'l ou see I'm so hoarse I can scarcely talk? When you want a plivsh- that is mild and genti easy to t.i'ce and plnasar-t in Oi'iVrt use Che ntb'iahi's ftoma h and Liver Tablets, lh-ice, Lf, cents. S:ul ph s free. Every box guaranteed. For sale by Elvey Ac Hulett. 7 gF . tf an W.I 9l DA E CHIEF With Perfect Nerves and Good Blood He Has Won the Highest Po sition in His Calling. the highest recognition that it is pos sible for a man in his business to have promotion for merit to the head of the finest lire-fighting brigade on earth. lie bcRan at the bottom. Read what he fays of. the medicine that bar, a! o enabled thousands of other men and women to achieve what by intelligence and ambition they were cut OMt to ilo. And bear i:i mind that what Painc's Celery Compound iias done in the cac of Marshal .Mtishani. and for thou sands of others who have voluntarily cNpres-ed their gratitude in similar words, it will do with unvarying cer tai.ity in the case of every perron whose nervou; system, from whatever cruise. Le'-ins to ; how the effects of disease, and whose symptoms manifest themselves in the various distressing ways that are familiar to every reader. "t ientien:en : - Your remedy, Painc's Celery- Com oouml. 1 . .ill that you ('aim for it. and K certainly a boon to humanity. I h:ivetrii d it. and have rectired great bnii fits from it when suffering from ii'ui('cs!i.,n or its companion, nervour. lvoss. I told that many of the bovs in thc d. :-ar!:ncnt are using Paine's Celery Compound with verv satisfac tory r?s-.:!: I can l earti'v recommend Pame s Celery Con-pound for those who suffer from lad: cf eneroy. ner vousness, indices'." n and similar ail ments. ours truly, "Y. If. MCSHAM. ' Tire Marshal." Chicago. II!., Dec. 11, 1901. ToniLKS OF ROYALTY. t iiitTthl" r.n.l n.-i?tocratir Fr-rlaTifi ;h prtitctintr against ih? v. "ariiK i f In-;; vy velv t isi.wiu' trinimetl with rr 10 ! r:. at th? t : ro:i;;ii in which t:i pl;it- in June. Th ; latli.. rav th.y c ml : ;.-::ioiy ,niiur the we:;iit. but their v;M.-'ir, will It.i-k t:; his .'ith FUrh a r.ir.rss oi v.-lvt tralhr-riMl arot:n J th ni. .Mtreover, eriniin is a very unbecoming fr.r to any hut very youtnful complex ion?, anl they ohj ( t to it. If King K-ivard expects 11 enjoy a i?aceful :;vl h::ppy r-.-ign h will ho vi?o- to fret the a. "Oil will of the women at the rstart I y al!:i inx them to wear bet oming ;itv. a;-. I r. liana poli s Journal. I-: PATRIOTIC REVIEW. ; The February number of the Pa i tri iti" R,-vii w is a doable one contain ; ipg frur half-tone cuts one of Naval Constructor Hobson, another of Lieut. I Frank Newccmb. l. fS. R. C. P. the ( final chapters of the Jefferson story, an ; r.rticle fmm the pen of Hobson. an illus- tratd article on "Mary, the Mother of i Washington," thro-- frtrong poems, sev ; r;.l pag's of matter concerning the various patriotic societies, nnd other j interesting material. Marlon H. Rrazier tf. Co., box llTi. Hack Ray 1. O., Hoston. M;jss. per year, 0 cents a copy. i 1 rouble number 2ri cents. A man never confesses his past to the woman he marries, unless he Is just the h ast i it proud of it. A St. T-ouis preacher rays that women should be the ones to propose. Well, havfn't they always done their share of it? TN order to make the necessary room for our enormous J- stock of Spring and Summer Goods which arrive daily we offer to close out at greatly reduced prices as follows. gagmen tjit r.j-'i ,r im,riMmiipffl HI 51 1 Kirts ts 2-V XJ Mines and Minerals :: qf Arizona I SHANNON C0PPES CO. 'Last Payment on Property Made. Smelter in Operation by April 1. Wednesday C-crse fjil!, proxldpnt of th..- Holyake National bank of Hol yoke. Miu.. and one nf the directors of the Shiinnon Coriper company, was in i the city en rout? to Clifton to look j i:t th.- company's prop?rtiis Cfrnin. says 1 the l.or.ishurs I.ib-ral. Mr. Oill says) ihc Shannon company lias anticipated its lat-'t payment on the Shannon mine, i liii h pnvni.'r.l was nt due until next j uioi.ii,, 11 t:s .nr. r!iann:m in run an.-l ha i a tl.'ar deed to th? mine. II? s:iys that the recent ofTer of bonds made by th-1 company was over-sub-feriiied in twpnty-two days, and that all the bands were taken by the stock holders of the eoir.pany with th exeep tio r.nf one. Of this property the Boston Financial Xews .says: "Mr. Shannon, who has been a resi dent of the vpjor mountain mining diptriet in-fo-tii ally since the first dis coveries w.-re made thirty years apro. br-lives Unit Arizona will eventually rulraak all olhr ci ppr produeins ( pn- ti"r fiwill" l-i th nhilttv r.f tl,, du. inK n in -:s of tin t district to turn j out copper eheaplv and the. presence of; jrreiu tc.;pr Itrailn: loles. onti. 1 -f tliat pert!cn of the Shan r.en fro-, -;-iy owned Tor years by him self was turned over to the present eumpr.ny in the fall of 1S99, and since then th mine, which altogether com prises forty elaimr. has been extensive ly dev. i"jr .1 and is now within sixty days i-f s:H1lT uiion a produeing basis. "The r:nelt.'i- jilnnt is expected to he in operation by April 1. Practically all of the mc-hinery h; now on the tr.'ound nrd, batriT: unforeseen delays, tiii plint shcuti be turning out black cop per by the date indicated. "Th" pl irt at the start will treat on an nveruKO tons of ore daily with both furr-aceu re,in. and the prndaet for tite current calendar year should be abcut S.ec,i).o:-ft pounds of refined ccpner. Iater. v. hen the c onverter anil concen trators are added, a tonnage of Too ions datiy will . be treated, which should L-rinjr the product up te 20.lloO.uuO pounds pre annum. Kveiitually the smelter fecilUies i ill be aunmcntl and the preduet cirr'-sjjondinpriy increase.!." THE BrNS02T E0AD The Season Why One Denizen Would Prefer the Stage. A r-,e:uleman w ho came In from Pe.?m yo?tard:iy mcrtiirr. spoke o-f the sentlmer-. alonjj i'.ie- f?an Pedr rKai iiinji; th" proposed Pltoe.ilx & Kaf.tcrn rallroud. Thi? miners and the biff catti'- u:e:i jinxlously ewait Its coming. There ir a -ninUer numr of l's? important citizens who are apa tr.fuc, and i still sinallv number of still le.s Impu! tai.t n '.rives would rather have no railroad at al'. Hero is 000 argument against it: A man who u;:s tra velins hrouffh th country s tupped j t the house of u man who had liv.'d t'. :o from the eirp-i-t ti.ner. ami in nil the ycs-r. had made no improvement dition. w hi!; irr had got rich. IT a rail'-oad v.oui 1 the country than 7. h " (incial on f neighbor-? Id iiveler tiiHt - a cui-se to he Apaches Use I to and his wife wes even more ppe hie in her argument ncainst the irjvs-im of th" railroad. Phe asked: "V.ir.t good will it do us? The stage pa ses here every day and leaves our ir.Vi Standard P. O. Box, 458. Phoealx, Arizona General Agents fcr En gines, Boilers and Pumps Manufacturers of Mining and Milling' Ma chinery, Semi-Steel Shoes and Lies, Iron Brass and Phosphorus Hronze Cast ings, Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers, Boxes and Gen eral Machinery Supplies. Secod-tiad Machinery Bovght and Sold. LotTwo Walkinsr. Golf and Dress Skirts, made of golf cneviots ana oiner materials, styics as sorted, both trimmed and plain, up-to-dat e styles, well worth 55-50 to $7-5t : un-' ffl in the box by the side- of the road. What mme do we want?" . "Hut if you had a railroad." said the vis!tor. "you could (tet your mall twice n day instead of once, and it would come Trom a much farther distance: y.u coul.l set mail from Phoenix and l.os Anpeles that- would be 1.0 elder than flie iiiail yoj now get only from Tucson." "lint." suid the woman. "The rail roads Bainn to run on the other side of ti-.e river, and we would have t3 walk e mile after the mail." The San Pedro valley Is worth the w"hil of the merchants of Phoenix and th? Salt Tliver valley to think about. That valley is the third largest boay of land in the territory capable of helnpr brought iiiid'T irrigation. Tt Is not very wide, but it is of considerable lenjrth. Py the Sen Pedro valley is not mKint merely the narrow strip of farming land lyin?? along the river, but the frre'it cattle ranges on the ad jacent n eras and mountains, one of th- greatest -attle regions in the ter ritory. The nearest railroad and trad ir.ar point:- are Rrnsin nnd T;;cson. Th" iutter. where the greater part of the hus-ir.css of the people on the Pan Pedro ii d'jre. is sixty miles away. All the cattle e.lonpr the lower S-in Pedro, from about Mammoth are driven there for shirment. When the railroad Is built allhrt region rich in tattle, apr 1 i;-ultural production and with $reut ininral resources eo:r.;ei e ti-.'ely 1111 devclope 1 will be trlhut ley t' l'hienix. 3 I AMUSEMENTS gi TH n VILLAGE PAtii-r-N". T XIfiHT. One of tiie most popular attrattion of the present dny It that boautiful and interesting iVarr.o entitled "The Village I'ai ro'.i. The piece hn-s score 1 an immense hit wherever p;olijc;;J. and Its succass hn.s been athie. e !on;: since. There is nn at tra. tl e 1 inu ia the t'tle, which caZ".. itti-:iti:i of ail lasr?". of amuMveht-Kow s to th theaters. The phy Wh with the aT foction of the heart, and i one wherein hrm.an er.iotioin and pa;hv are strongly dii ted. A very sirnns com pany has been ensarc-d. cah with reference to the part assigned, and ii Is confidently believed that thin prett v r'.ay i ren?!erei in mu h better styl than is u:-.ial with traveling com panies. IInnd"ome sp."v-ial scenery ha-bt-:n paint el expressly for this pro duction by .veil known arttms. and unloue effects also asrist in the finished perferma r.-e. Hesrrved seats on sale at The Uris-h-y drug Kin o. Prit es 27c, "ftc. 75.-. $1.00. The appearamo he of Leonor Jatkscn next Thursday evening de pends upon the number of suoscribrs obtained today, as both "Tucson and Prercott are biiding for the same dat. We hope that tbn requiretl numhcr will be gr-tten, or; this will b the last c-prtunlty to hear this peerless ar tist. Among the new artists that have never ben heard here is the eminent t nc;r. Mr. Harry J. Fallows. late tenor .-olt;st with the Theodore Thomas Or i li?iia. and the celehrated court "o". pianist. II. -it William Paiifr, of Ilerlir. The subrcription list wili he ci?-cula tt1 again tod. v. There w ill also he or left to rec Sve signatures at The JVi !ey t'rug cr.mnany. The names already r.ht lined vuinher many. landing citizens :-n I x.oid i indicate a very brilliant and farhionab! audience. "I have uned C'hnmberlain's Cough Rem-trfy for a" number of years and hav no hesitant; In saying that it is the best remedy for coughs, colds and crox:p I have ever used in my family. I have not words to express my confi dence in this Remedy." Mrs. J, A. Moore. North Star, Mtch. For sale by Flvty & Hulett. Iron. W or lis Long Distance 'Phone 571 ) y. ji cloths, homespuns, y m n. 1