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THE ARIZONA 11EPUIJLICA5T: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER If), 1902. The Wild Rush To Our Store For Fresh Ammunition Still continues. We have now no smokekss powder shells of any guage In stoc k that we received pri Jr to October 10, 1502. If there .are not fresh enough for ycu we expect another big shipment in today, a nil cue Monday. If y.f.i are shooting stale or "cheap" ammunition, try a box of our best Seiby chilled shut Hazard powder loads, in best shell, and notice the difference. . Full line of suns, hunters' specialties, hunting coats, shell belts, bas, di coys, duck call.-, etc., etc. Repairing. Hand loaded shells our specialty. PINNE.Y . ROBINSON The Gun Store Guns, Bicycles, Cameras 8TBiiaHKD i887 Typewriters, Sporting Goods 40 North Center Street, Phoenix. COMING LOTS OF rVT P J New Goods These are the pi Id s that make "em liz;:y And crowd the store that's always busy. McKee's Gas!) Store rl ! f-LJ-, SU . & i -"73. d . LrJ1' ------ A Quick Breakfast Is always possible when the cook has gas at her fingers' ends. A match, a light egg3 in three minutes, chops or Fteaka in 10, and there you are. No Fmoke. no smell, no ash. Hotter use gas, don't you thir.k? Others do; why net you? Want to know more about gas? We'll tell you gladly. Phoenix Light and Fuel Co. Cor. 1st. Ave. and Jefferson St. Tel. 240L 'M ' VS.;,! t:m-7. i i I , fc: GOOD DRUGS 1 Are as essential as diagnosis in case of sickness your physician must know his profession, so must the druggist his. We fill prescriptions promptly, properly, of pure ingredients, at nrt exorbitant prices, arid bespeak your patronage if we have it not now. Shall we be so favored? Kvery toilet access ory. Our mail order department Is con stantly increasing.. Send ns your or ders. Thone 1211. McClure'9 Pharmacy L. D. McCllRF, Ph. G. PROPRIETOR. U N -th 1st Ave., Phoenix Ariz. LITTLE JAMES (The Democratic Wandering in Wilderness of Arizona.) the New fat family mackerel, each.. .12'ic New Scotih oats, pkg 1"-" New Cook's llaked rice, j.kg "Zu New "Ft roe" pkg l-"c New G::ipe Nuts, 1"-' New New Yoi k Cream cheei-e, lb...""c New corn, can l';c' New tomato, s, can.. . 10e New cove oysters (very good), can. Iiilic New rid salu.on, can VIVzC New ginger maps, lh l-Vjc New Kansas Hour (very best) 1.Cj New "Ar.kola" Mocha, a- J Java oof fee (Anne cf Perfection) 23 l-3c New evaporated raspberries, lb i'V Ne.v green gag? plums, 2 cans for 2",e New IirmortJ rrlJeti d.-.tes. lb 13eH New Calif. rnia White Sae h "ney, kt aid 20c New Fnow Inlft s . la crack, rs, lb.. 10c When Kurnel AVi'.son got to ISlundor in' arcuu' in th' Campane th' Aiizony Demotrata sez: "We got to do some thin". We follered Kurnel AVilson till w.j lest our Bearins. Le's send fer Maikuss A: Smith. He's th' Mosus to lead us out of th' Wildernous." The frens tf Kurnel Wilson sez: "We can't have two Leeders. What'll we do with th' Kurnel? He must have a Tost of Onner." "We'll give him a responsible pesi shun," sez th' otherns; "we'll let him tuing up th' Reer. Th' Reer Gard is often a grate post of Onner an' Re sponsibility." "Yes. but that's only when th' Ormy's ru'nnin' away in Full Flite," sez the frens of Kurnel Wilson. "Well, aiii't tl.U what we're a Join' row?" asU th' Otherns. "Kurnel Wil son ouddent haw a more Onnerabie I lace. He'll get th' whele brunt of th' Attax an' hell have th' glory of dyin' to save th' Democrat party which can t be sav.Hl no other way." Thy sent fer Markuss an he come ti b- th' Chrfting of th' Democrat Hosts. S'-z he: "Le's see yer Orms an' Amy nishun." They shode him th' Tooksoon Platform. "Cell." s:z he. "this is what Arnychlst"; files v.iih. Ycu can't use sich Weppons in Civilized Warfair. They're all out of date. They're too Clumsy for th' Rattle an' too heavy to carry in Retreet. We got to have -a diffrunt kind of a Ormyment." Markuss Smith s-z only wun v.-rpnon 'at can be used Sucecssfle an' that's th" Ptaithood Queschun. "W" dtn't F'-e what good that'll do," sez th' Democrats. "Everybody's fer Stait- hcod. Democrats an' I;epublli:an8 ail I th' same." , "It all depends on who han die it." j rez Markups. "Kurnel Wilson, f'rin- j rtiinee. cuddent do nuthln' ith it. Rut ' 1 can. I'm th' only Reeonnizod Tin dau d of th' Tei rorti.i is, th' only itht rii'.ed r.n' Login Chnmpcn of Klait hcod. Dellj cate Rody, of New Mexic o an' Dellycato O'Flynn of Oklahamy is tnly Infringmeats. If it hadn't beer i'er me th' Omnibus Staithood bill wuddent 'a' never been hoard of. 1 drug it In triumf through th' House All by my Lonely, agin th' Wish of th' Speikcr an'- a Hosstyle majority of Onfrendly Iiepublicans. I got 'cm all Ruffolowed so's 'at only wun of 'em was foolhardy enuff to vote agin it. Th' overwhelmin' Republican majority 'J 'a' voted it down if they'd 'a' been strong enuff. Then I took it to th' Thrashole of th' Sennit. I'd 'a' got thrcugh there, but they 'Journsd on me an' Turned th' Lhtes Out. I'm agoin' to bring It up agin this Winter." "A hit th' Sennit got a Republican majority, too?" asts th' Democrats of Arlzony. "Is that a good Reescn why th' Terrnrtory should go Democratic?" "Of course it is," sez Markuss A. Smith. "We'll bluff 'em; we'll go Dem ocrat jist to show 'em 'at we don't on re a cuss fer 'em nn' they'll let us in." "We don't b'lieve," sez th" Demorat.', " 'at you can get enuff Dam fools in Arizony by that Argyment to do m any good fer they won't let th' Insane Asylums vote." "All th' Damfnolg nint in th' Insane Asylum as I've found out in my long an' su ccspfle pollyticle Carear." sez Markuss A. Smith. "All rite," si z th' Arlzony Democrats. "We air.t got no other ishus so we'll liaf to Holler Staithood or keep still." Ciuvner Hugus of Tcoksoon, who Is a Democrat an' a fren' of Kurnel Wil son, sez, sez he: "This aint nothin' but a Sc-ani of Markuss A. Smith an' Bryan Nomore to dofeet Kurnel Wil son. This Staithood Weppon in Mark usses han's is a Damsite more lible to hurt Kurnel Wilson "an it in to do him vny good. I aint goln' to stand by an s?e him Slott3red. I'll Raise in'y voice nginst it." Th' Arizony Democrats they sez to him: "You set down. You cant be a Democrat r.o more. Ycu're seominuni cated. We woi:"t even lit you be bur rowed in th' sacred ground of our Rol- Iytkle Grave Yard." LITTLK JAMES. o OLD PEOrLE HAVE THEIR THE COUNTRY CLUB Informal Opening and Eusmess Meet ing Yesterday. The informal opening of the Country club yesterday afternoon was an occa sion of much pleasure to the many numbers and friends or the tlub In at tendance. It was the date of the an nual meeting of the club, and there was some business to be attended to as well as pleasures to enjoy. The business was quickly dispos'ed of by the election of a now directorate composed of th' following-named gentlemen: L. H. Chalmers, C. F. Ainsworth, T. AY. l'emberton. H. I. Latham, H. L. Rixby, R. Goldwator, I. H. Andrew.s. H. R. Wilkinson, Jerry Millay, R. F. Porter, S. Oberfelder and E. W. Young. The new board of directors at next Saturday's meeting will el.ct the offi cers for the ensuing year. The special feature of the entertain ment yesterday was the serving of re freshments by Mrs. Webster Street, Mis. N. O. Murphy, Mrs. Leo Goldman and other ladies. The attendance wan gnod and the gathering was most en thusiastic for the future of the club during the coming season. It was on? of the chief attractions of the city last season and wid probably create even wider interest this year. The colt grounds are In good condition, as arejjy the tennis courts, and many amused i CI themselves at Uh .e. sports. Ting pongiS; tables will be provided at an early day !&J and altogether there will be a wideifj variety of entertainment for those w ho ! 3 hcose to avail themselves of it. rlDE.lt bArlrL I b Everyone is Using it. Wears Well, Looks Well. We are sole agents for it and have it it all grader, and colors. We carry it also in small nigs and art squares. It's just th.' thins for this dusty country. ;;t .v.'.y..-,, Our stock of Rrussclo, Velents, Sa- M v.nnerie, Axminsteis, Moquct and In Eiain, is the largest in the territory. Y.k! certainly ought to find what you :'!e looking for in this -stock. T BOTTLES. Mr. Francis Little of Renfon Har bor, Mich., is over eighty years of ago. Since lSt'.r he l:ns l en troubled mere or less with indigestion and constipa tion, and has tried elmot every thing n u"e Mr thiw "i;ment?. lis .Migust ho begrm using Chamberlain's Siom.'iih ind Liver Tablets and was soon feel ing much Ii-uter. in a rrc-nit l.'tir he says: "I hnv ned th'ee ho-:cs of the trbleto pnl now thir.k I am well." Tbecc t blot'? ir,pr"V" th appetite rr.d invigorate the stomal h. liver and bov,--'-!s. Fur sal by E'vey P.-. Hu'.ett. druggists. " I i. boner, lack of energy, headache ai.d i great depression? These symptoms may be followed !v violent headache high fever, extreme nervousness, a condition known as malaria. Herbine cures it. Take it before the disease gets a fair hold, though it !il work a ur'- in any stig J. A. Hopkins, Man chester. Kan., writep: "I have u?eJ your great medi ine. Herbine. for rev c:al years. Thrre is nrthing better for malaria, chills and fever, headach biliousness, nn 1 for a blond purifying j tonic there is nothir.T as good." f.'JC .H at Elvcy & Huiett's, drugg'sts. 409 Kinds of Carpet Samplesliug From 75c to $1.50 per sample Brussels, Velvets, Axminsters, etc. need to complete the rug is the fringe, and we have it. Lengths. All that you To-Close Quite DIsTHICT COURT We have placed on sale (on 1st floor) a number of patterns of crockery which we have decided to close out. You can buy them at about the same price - as the ji plain white costs you. See display. AVar.elyof Motioc3 and Demurrers Disposed Of. Tummy's Top "What are you orvlng nl-)tu?" T'immy Be. ! hoo! hoo! Willi:- Green threw a lump of coal at in.-." Tommy's Poji "Gn-at scott! What did you do with it?" Th? case of the Phoenix and Eastern railioid against J. C. McNulty and ethers in a condemnation suit came uv 11 nn- uiaur 1 ci.ti: t jei.Tiiay ailtr- noon. The plaintiff filed a b'.nd of $T."0 gj ai:u was given permission by tnt- court to enter upon the right of way. In the case of Mary Hyi'er aeains J .hn Hydtr and ethers a suit for main- ' tenant e. a motion was mad to set oft." ;J th? value of 131 tain property In the 4 r-'.SFepsiou c the plaintiff against the ' W ;:n-.ou::t awarded her by the lourt. It V ''.as ordeted tlint she should have nos- i Ti i.c.Fio:i of a' se!ng machine, but there ' thn di.-pute. The lourt ordered that:'u for the present rone of the parties shcuM use the buggy for private pur poses, llriitjh th'i partners mirht f.S'i Ko Trouble To Goods. 13 ifj'CT,-V'irrft,i fT Tiii 1 8 Wholesale and Retail Hotise Furnisliers. 22 to 28, West Washington Street s Mail Orders Given Attention. TQC.ATMFMT 1 rtL-r lVlili e A u r m F n J ivi c. Dr. fiartman's Free Offer Advice to WomenA Generous to The Afflicted. SSSSEEaSii&ii, V 1 - n Brady. n awstl Tou Must vStOp for a cool room ar.d quiet night's rcstat The Williams House, Maricopa, Arizona. irrotary Illinois Woman's Alliance. IiIL3 A. Brady, Corresponding Secre tary Illinois Women's Alliance, writes from 2725 Indiana avenue, Chicago, 111.: "L:ist year frcm continued strain in literary work I became very much ex hausted, rriy nerves seemed to give way, zr.'l I h.-vd biiok.ache, hoadacho and seri ous int'i-cstion. One of my friends sug gested that I try Pcruna. It certainly acted liko msgic oa niy :;-stcm. "Within ten days I f.lt now life and health piven rno, und by taking an ocoa bJonaidoso off and on when I feci extra tired, I keep my system in perfect order." Miss A. Urad'. Miss i:Il:o r.ikerv, riles from 'J00 East Jio stroct, Chicago, 111.: "I suffered for vcars with weakness peculiar to women, severo baring-down pains, and continual headache. "After vising fivo bottles of Poruna I was as well and strong as ever." Miss Millie Baker. Mrs. Nellie Blyler, C70 W. Twentieth street, Chicago, 111., President of the Lcdies of the G. A. R., has tho following to eay about Peruna: Gentlemen "I recommend Pernna especially for women as it promptly cures tho weakness of our sex and will always bo Kuro to give satisfaction." MRS. NELLIE BLYLER. Mrs. W. A. Allison, Assist. Matron of Poopies' Hospital, 7o8 Sheffield avenue, Chicago, 111., writes: ' have had frequent opportunities to observe tho wonderful curative ef fects of Peruna. It alleviates pafa and soreness, increases the appetite and S3 tones up the entire system that the patient quickly regains strength and health.' Mrs. W. A. Allison. Free Home Advice. In view of the great multitude at women suffering from some form of female disease and yet unable to fiod any cure, Dr. Hartmsn, the renowned specialist on female catarrhal d!s easts, has announced his willingness to direct the treatment cf as many cases as make applicctlon to him during the summer months without charge. Those wishing to becomo patientj should uddrcss Tho Pnruiia Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio. it for partnership business. All th 1 ether articles in the possession of the 1 j.lzintiff will be allowed to remain with ' h r until a trial for th.' purpose of as 0 itiininc: the value of the property. In the case of Auast Ennlking j a gainst E. A. Ross the hearing- of an ! cdfr as to the demurrer and nioticn ; cf lh? garnishee wes ordered to 1? re ret on th? second call of the calender. A demurrer was overruled In th- di vorce suit of Eliza Cllne tgainst Frank j 1. i'line. In the case of Thomas Collir..? against P. P. Kyle the motion of J. P. j Eurford tn be substituted for the plain- j ti.T was granted. In the cas? of D. 11. ' r.urtis opainst G. A. Scrogfffi a de PHirrer to the amended comjilaint was argued and submittr-d. The. suit of the Dorris-Heyman Furniture company "srainst Thomas J. I'rescott. assic;neo ! f the firm of Mansfield & Rhodes, was set for trial. &ye Sixth. Avenue Hotel jz?j& Only Home-Like 'Hotel in rhoenix Ever thiug New, Neat and Clean Elegantly Furnished Sunny Rooms Table Uusurpassed XI. M. CHAPMAN, Prop. All vehicles sold guaranteed get loose we set them with the tAjfi Henderson Tire Seller. Tf Tires set cold, without beiug removed from the wheel. HENDERSON TIRE SETTER Clark-Pratt Vehicle Co. South First Street. Opposite Fire Station. Matters of Rcord The following instruments reported t.v the Thoenix Title Guaranty and Ab stract company were filed for record In the county recorder's ofn vosterday: J. Ernest Walker and wife to Minnie E. Van der Veer, deed to lot Gt. High 1 ind. Consideration Jl.'O. N. A. Sanders and A. S. Arthur to M. II. Ifarid ;n, deed to lots 19 to 22, 1 lrok 47, Montgomery addition. Con sideration $"00. M TOILET COFFEE AL'S, 1 soaps l RESTAURANT Family and Pivate Dinining-Rooms Up-Stairs A J J !1! 1 T 1 I .-. Muauioiicxi lui;xi - mm:--:-':-x:w--:S":- FOOTilALL GAMES. Manaser Pad- !cok of the Tempe n.nmal football team . was in Phoenix yesterday en deavoring to arrange Ramos with the Phoenix teams. The normal ai.d In dian Kchr.nl teams will meet Novcmb r i". Roth these institutions are devel oping: excellent teams. The sihools ue displaying lonsiderable enthusiasm ; iid l ho rrarne will be a rjreat contest. each Jean seems confident of having the best team in the territory. POLICE COURT. When the hour for police court ai rived yesterday De- witt Rrow n, w ho with his brother, Jchn, was hi id over from the day before on the charge of ridinjr bieyils c.i side walks, was the only one cf the pair present to answer. The mother was t!ire to make excuses for hiin, but the judge was net in a mood to listen to such things. lie postponed the case aain till Monday and announced that if the lads were not there then there would be something: doing in the war rant line, and warrants know no sym pathy. Harry Watson, who was In vited to be present and be sent to jail, was also absent and will remain so. David Vrandt, arrested for vagrancy, was given a floater, and another un fortunate paid Jt for getting drunk and making a disturbance. A . Complete line of the leading brands. We carry a very latge line and can please you on soap. Pure Castile Soap ioc Bar Fish Oysters and Lobsters Daily Walter Hil! & Co RECEIVERS, PCKERS, ' SHIPPERS Fruits and Produce. Phoeniv. Tucson, Prescotf, Arizona. It works r.ice with this water. Remember us when you think of roap. ELVEY& HULETT ( Tho Liva Druggists r 5 and 7 East Washington St. FANCY r;,ODlfc P.ffea and reeds for Indian baskets; stamping for burnt work a specialty. :.Lrs. W. W. Hill, r South Second street. y THE FORD HOTEL BEUBEL & KUCHEB, Props. First-class residential and tran sient hotel, finely located, com pletely furnished throughout. Rooms with private bath. Cui sine and service the best. Sam rls room. Bus will meet" eacn train. Rates $2.50 srd L'p Mrs. A3lwln hair dressing parlor, 11 So. Center, Cotton block, upstairs.