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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTESERER 13, 1902.
WE CARRY READ ALL OF THIS A CLOTHING JOBBEE 1 Tl COLT'S REVOLVERS In the Bisley ami Frontier models, in 32, 3S, 41, 41 ami 4.r. calibers. Also double action 3S and 41 and the 32 New Police when they are in the market. In automatics we carry both the popular (models, the Colt and the Luger; we have the very latest modtla of both these. In cheaper revol vers we have the Iver Johnson In 32 ar.d 38 caliber, in hammer and ham merless models, blued and nickel plated. Also a cheaper line. Our' stock is all new, not shopworn, second hand or "been rented out for a few days." Our prices are lower than others. We guarantee all our revolvers and make replacements rl-ht here if defective; also carry a line of parts for all the revolvers we handle. ' ; The Gun Store PINNE.Y , ROBINSON Guns, Bicycles, Cameras KSTABIISHKD 1887 I'hoao 1 171 40 North Center Candy All kinds, colors and prices. A pure sugar mixed for I5c Chocolate Creams absolutely pure. Per pound, 25c Red Hot Virginia Peanuts every day. We roast them every day and guarantee them to be the very finest grown. They are delicious. Our new gas roaster is still turning cut "Ankola" Mocha and Java Coffee. The best in the world at 35c or 3-lbs. $1. at Cash Store. New Fall Shapes. Call and see the new fall shapes in hats just received at PLANK, THE HATTER'S X FLEMING BLOCK, Phoenix, - Arizona. How to do It Is a problem with some people, but those who know how al ways reduce their temperature at Jle Clure's soda water fountain. Our Ice cream soda, with pure juice flavorings, and our phosphates and crushed fruits make a beverage fit for the gods on a warm day. Ion't miss our soda foun tainyou will be losing one of life's pleasures. McCltire's Pharmacy' L. 0. McClLRf, Ph. G. PROPRIETOR. 89 North 1st Ave., Phoenix Ariz. Caocfiy WEE'S Typewriters, Sporting Goods Street. Phoenix. A QUESTION FOR J. P S. How the City Nominees are Going to Get On the Ticket. Almost every day something else is found to be the matter with the re vised statutes of the territory. It has just been discovered that no provision has been made fcr the election of jus tices ol the peace in the incorporated cities of the territory. The absence of the provision was first observed by K. I'. Talbot, an attorney of Prescott, who had been nominated for justice of the peaie cf that precinct. He wrote to Justke Burnett about it and asksd him how he could get on the ticket. Justice Burnett had not thought about it until he received the letter, and he is now filled with curiosity himself on the same subject. Air. Talbot calls attention to para graph 2.272, under the chapter relating to the time for holding elections. It is as fellows: ''On the first Tuesday after the first Monday o" November, 'Jj2, and every two years thereafter, a general election shall be held for the election cf a delegate to congress, mem bers of the legislative assembly and county and precinct ollicers, except justices of the- peace in cities." In the law relating to the election cf officers for cities there is no mention made for the election of a justice of the peace, so that that election could not take place at the regular spring election. The twenty-first legislature. MILLINERY jz? MILLINERY see the .vvv ::. essssasssxn ( tggg You Never Know the Moment When This Information May Prove of Infinite Value. v It is worth considerable to any citi zen of Phoenix to know the value and use of a medicine, for if there is no occasion to employ it, in the meantime frail humanity is subjected to so many inlluences and unforeseen contingencies that the wisest are totally unable to gauge the future. Know, then, that Doan'3 ointment will cure any case of hemorrhoids, commonly known as piles, or any disease of the cuticle or skin, generally termed eczema. One applica tion convinces a continuation cures. Head this proof: C. I... Kline of isrl Champa street. Denver, Col., says: "In 1883, in Minne apolis, 'I had my feet frozen or suf fered from chilblains or something akin to them, which drove me half crazy with itchiness. I have often taken off n;y shoes, threatened to tear out my toes, and do what I could I was unable to c hock the aggravation, let alone cure it. I bought a f0c box of Doan's Oint ment at my druggists, used it and it cured me. If any one in lVnvor wishes to know more about Doan's Ointment send them to rv.a for a personal inter view." Just such emphatic indorsement can be ha0 right Jiere in Thoenix. Drop into Tne Brisloy Drug Co.'s drug store and atk what their customers re port. For sale by all dealers. Price f0 cent?. Foster-MIH,iirn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sola agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no Other. though it did many funny things cn purpose, evidently did not intend to nhilish ha nffirp rf IllKtire of the lieace for in another law it prescribes the du- ties o" justices. How the legislature came to overlook this matter is net known, but it is sup posed that it copied the California statute without reading it. In Cali fornia justices in incorporated cities have Jurisdiction only in the cities, and ere in effect city oificials. The only way Mr. Talbot or any other nominee for justice cf the peaco in Prescott, Phoenix or Tucson can get cn the ticket is by a cool disregard oi the woi k of the legislature. o CROUP. Usually fceglns witn he symptoms of a common cold; there is chilliness, sneezing, sore throat, hot skin, quick pulse, hoarseness and impeded respira tion. Give frequent small doses of Bal lard's Horehound Syrup, (the child will-i cry for It), and at the first sign of croupy cough, apply frequently Bal lard's Snow liniment externally to the throat. f.(c at Elvey & Hulett'p, druggists. Our new line of Eastern Millin ery just in. Everybody come and new styles S& STEIN'S Washington and Second Sts. 'Phone 2281 FRIEND AND WAISTS Does Business Anywhere, But the City Jail Is His Headquarters. James Murphy was in the police court yesterday on the charge of drunk enness and disorderly conduct. He hastened the disppsition ol his case by pleading guilty and paying a fine of ?i. The only other case to come be fore the court was postponed for an other day to enable the officers to i gather more evidence against the ac cused, who is a Mexican. He was ar rested the night before by the police in the vicinity of the Turk saloon, in block 41, having in his possession at the time a job lot of shirts of various patterns, tenderly wrapped up in a gunny sack. It is the theory of the police that the shirts were stolen, ami with them a quantity of other clothing, and it was on this charge that tir man was ariested. Earlier in the even ing he hail sold to different pj.rtiea ono shirt, a ted sweater, an overcoat and a blue sack coat. Oentleman of any nationality carrying ovr-rccats here at this time of the year are open to sus picion, and the strangest, incident in connection with the case is how any on could b prevailed upon to buy an overcoat when . everybody else would be willing to trade one for ft pair of linen pants. If the Mexican under suspicion can establish his hon esty of purpose In Felling this coat be should be able to command a magnifi cent salary frcm almost any clothing house. Tha stories of the accused mr.n, told at different times and to different peo ple, do not Increase general confidence in his veracity. To one he said he got his merchandise in Tucson, while to another he relates that he found it in an alley, etc. The city marshal was asked yester day tc. aivuige toe name oi tne suspect. ' ar.d he said he was perfectly willing to do S3, or would be, if he knew how to go about it, but he didn't like to risk the chance cf injuring his vocal chords ! over a matter of so I'.ttle impcrtance. He r.aid it wes a frightful name, one of the most appalling h? has met in the course of his olfic'.al career. He suia it sounded something like Saragosa Tumultino. lli knew that wasn't it, but it was as near as he-dare go to ward trying to prcnour.ee it. Among those stopping at th3 Hotel Adams yesterday were If. M. Conil and Ceo. D. Statepon of Chicago; F. W. Bangs of Los Angeles; R. Class of New York: II. A. Wheeler and David Stark of San Francisco, and H. Arm strong of St. Louis. Among those registering at the Com mercial hotel yesterday were, E. A. Klce, Prescott; T. E. Farish. Phoenix; It. E. Johnston. Tucson: A. J. Hanson. Kyrene: Nellie Moore, Phoenix: W. It. Patterson. Los Angeles; W. H. Bradley. Tombstone, and W. H. Sinclair, Los Angeles. any No 9 Telephone 2741 &e Sixth. Avenue fiotel j&jZ? Cor GtK Ave. and West Adams Street. ONLY FAMILY HOTEL IN PHOENIX. Beard, $6.00 PerWeeK. Rooms at Summer Rates. II. M. CHAPMAN. Prop. Curiosity uncovers a multitude of sins. o NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. The time for receiving proposals for building the addition t Mercy huspit.il has been extended from September 9 to Septi n:her 1, at 2:30 p. m. Bids may bo addrersed to Mercy hospital, Pies cott, Arizona. Office and retail depot of the Arctic Ico company (successors to I'. Minor) removed to the Curio buildins. Second avenue and Jefferson street. Ice man ufactured from pure distilled water only. Prompt delivery. Te-lephons 1G"1. Thoenix. Arizona, August 2r, 1002. The annual meeting o the share holders cf tha Buckhorn Mining com pany will be held in their oilice. N'o. 12 Wall street, in th city of Thoenix. at 10 o'clock a. m. on Monday, the Glh day of October, "1C02. for the election For the school boys' are the most recognized and best :made Waists. They're made to last and that is the most important affair in OY buys your choice of either of these best waists, and in any she you wish, in the most elaborate assortment of colors. It does not pay you to spend your time making waists these hot days, and the boy needs plenty of them during school days. Lay in y our supply at rices Trouble Them.. 1 Alkire and 11 East Washington Street You Must3top: for a cool room and quiet night's rcstat The Williams House, Maricopa, Arizona. Sheep for SaIe ltambouillet bucks: I have COO year lings and two-year-olds; they r.re groi. C. A. KIMBLE, Hahford, Cal. of directors and the transaction of such I other business as shall come before it. ! OIlVH!Ji-f l). OKAY. President. JNO. I,. BUIHOWS, Secretary. WAISTS M mi t Show 1 Go PHOENIX, ARIZONA All the Latest tints and styles cf fine box stationery can be bought at a very icasoiiable price at ELVEY&IIULETT'S Drug Store F and 7 Kast Washington. They alro carry a, A" fine line perfumery. Try "Ssir-rema Violet.' the strongest and most lasting:. S3SC1