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TIIE AEIZOXA liEPUULICAS : SATURDAY MOEMXG, NOVEMBEIl 15, 1902.
i tf F O R. C E The Ready brings business orofit through good digestion. Sweet, crisp flaKes of wheat and malt. Tor the- Man Who Works. "For the man who works it has no equal. I pained einht pounds in two months. I never tire of estins 'Force. " Chas. T. Looah." 87 iffffim Mfr k IDA C. G. CLIPPINGER, ilxntkgtr Teinp Department. TEMPE A'lj. Gen. Leaved and Col. McClintcck will Inspect Company "C," First Inf. X. G. A. lit the Tempe armory r.exi Tuesday evening. Attorney Archibald spent yesterday in. Phoenix in the iranr.actlcn of legal buiinoss. Mis. Burnett of Poland. Arizona, It th truest ci Mrs. W. F. Ste'criede. i!r. and Mrs. David G- g? of Oak land. California, ere the guests of J. i:. Mullen send family on their return from a trip through Mexico. Mrs. Robinson returned to her homf on Phoenix yesterday after a few days stay in Tempe. Rev. Laurence Reynolds passau thrcuirh Temp yesterday morning en route; to Phoenix on hi3 return from Me:.i o. Mr. Reynolds is a presiding eld,:- of tr-- M. K. thuich South of the '.T;:ii-iin r.:::;;rir, cr! r.t fionora and Arirj-m.". Mirr. Isolir.e Coomb" of Vfro' vA" will srerd today or. J Sunday th. nue-t of Mrs. Harry Thompson. Mr. ar.d Mi. J. II. It-ir.t sre rf.--.dins the week at their IHu l:y ru.nch. 12. L. Thew of the New York store transacted bu'i.ir-ss ir. Pho. : i : x: yerter day. The rmctir.g . the Ladies' Aid so ciety of the M. K. church at th? h j;ne of :.!o:7s K!iii!K''n n Thursday aft:-;rco:i picv-'-d r.ne of the most l!'-::?Rr.t in the history of the society. A'ltr the transaction of business v.; it a cor.sirted principally of th? ci-.ttirn cf oliicers fr the ensuing year. A sr . ial hour was had dialing which do'.ic at'' refreshments were served by ti:e hos'Less. A most delightful time w.- s hid by r.U present. Th f- ".vl.-.g w-re th o.i:c ers tl-.-oted: I'resider t Mrs. B-. ck. First Vice President Mrs. Hi: 'gler. Second Vice President Mrs. J. F. M. G. Hill. S ec : c t n r y M r s . Fl u in er f e 1 1 . Tr ;:r u r Mrr;. Biirtleson. Pi of. and Mrs. J. L. Johnston drove over to rhoer.ir: yesterday. At the regular monthly meeting of tl " c'Ay council h.-ld Thursday even ir .; a committee of four citizens 'was c iv ? ii to i mike arrangements for the r. . c ption of the United States sena tf rs u) on their visit to Tempe while tt.urtng the tcrrii'ory in the study of th" statehood question. The following "Acre the members of the committee ch;?or: Mayer Brown. V. J. Klngs bui y. Dr. ('. H. Jc.ies, J. C. Goodwin and Ceil Hayden Kev. F. L. Drew, the much esteemed pastor of the Congregational church has i-uTu !ently recovered to occupy his pulrit on l-':iValh morning. N. P. Sessions of San Francisco will sp"nd Sunday in Tempe the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thompson. The ladies of. the Tempe Rebekah lodge gave a banquet in the I. O. O. F. hall Thursday evening in honor of Mrs. Fannie Cake, president of Jhe assembly. Mrs. Cake is making a tour of the Arizona Rebekah lodges. About seventy-five people were present ?nd the lattr part of the evening was fpent in dancing and conversation. To-morrow at the Baptist church i will be children's Bible day. will bo songs and recitations There by the children and an address by b'-rry .the pastor. Subject, Rev. New- The Bread o" Phoeni terday. drove over to Tempe yes- i mwmn FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK TEMPE, ARIZONA. Paid up Capital, $50,000.00. Th oldest and largest bank in Te rrain .cattle, water rights, real estate W. J. KINGSBURY. O. I PrrrMfnt. Vice TTie trsCat remedy for nervous A-.v-y -Ja .'- organs of either sex. auch as 'aSlj, ti'zS' -ml",IcTu-y, Nirbtly Kniissions, Youthful Errors, Mental Worry, eicessivo use ,,f Xotiacco or Opium, which load to Consumption and Insanity. With every Mr H livlWIJ :' orucr we sriinranteo to cure or reiun-i tne money, hold at gl.OO per box, ILn JwlilOi boxes for $5. OO. UK. .tlOlT'S ( IIKTIK'Ali CO., Cleveland, Ohio. For sal" only l.y 15KN L. HEAR, up-to-date druggist, r'hoeniz. of Jim Dumps at work so fiercely jawed That e'en the office boy was awed. The force, at loss to see the boss So out of sorts, was also cross. Now sunshine fills the force with vim, For " Force " iias rallied " Sunny Jim." 9 9 - to - Serve Cereal ni ni di r t & i IlLrUDLlLAn I r. T. POMEROT. Uaiiager Mesa Department. cf Life." The services will be held In the forenoon. Attorney W.-P. Richardson and wife Tt wan thoueht by the 2.1. and P. officials lost evening that if ?n un interrupted run was had through the risrht that the work of driving the piling for the bridge would be com pleted by this morning. Col. Sobieski whose coming has been previously announced will occupy the pu'.nit at the M. E. church South Sun day morning. Much disappointment was Mr ye? terday by all associated with the Kcr ma! school because cf the inability of Governor and Mrs. Brodie to be present ct the evening dinner that was to have been given last right at the dormitcry by the secretary o' the Normal board. Governcr Brodie's absence was due to the coming of the United States se.iate rtatehood committee." Rev. Farr's pulpit at the M. TZ. church will be occupied Sunday morn ing by Mrs. L. Gi osenbaugh. wife cf the pastor of the First M. E. church of Petoskey, Mich. Mrs. Grosen- baugh will deliver a lecture on "The Bible." Much interest is being manifested by the citizens of Tempe in the game that will be played this afternoon between the foot ball teams of the Phoenix Indian school and the Tempe Normal . rate or aoc round trip win be g.ven by the railroad. All of the churches of the city will unit? in a union service to be held in the Baptist church Sabbath evening, and to be addressed by Col. Sobieski the polish temperance orator. John P. Fogarty of S. F. rural mail inspector completed his ir.spectio.i of the Tempe routes yesterday a'nd left last evening for Duncan, Ariz. The Tempe routes were established six years ago and were among the first located by the government. o I i WANTED. 400 fat turkeys, highes . casn price. W. J. BircheM, Phoenix Meat Market. The Tempe Hardware company have a fine line of air-tight heaters. 1 i . ve are closing out a nne line o men s and women's shoes at very low prices. K. T. Hyder. Call and see our portable combina nun pooi -ana Diinaru taoies; just new from the factory. Second-hand store MESA There was a large crowd in attend ance' at the lecture of Col. Sobiesk at the Mesa Opera houre Thursday night ,to hear him on the temperanc subject. 'The Liquor Traffic the Na turn s Parasite." Mr. Melvin Rosen bciger presided at the meeting, and the opening prayer was made by Rev Crose. Rev. Tolle then, favored th audience wun a solo, and was accom par.ied on the piano by Mrs. Tolls Col. Sobieski was Introduced by tha chairman and entertained and in structed the audience for nearly an hour on the above named subject. He treated the subject in a masterly man nor, and had his audience in laughter In one moment and almost in tears the next. Last night he lectured In the Baptist church, on "Will it Pay, ' and Saturday night he will speak on i his native land, Poland, and her his ' tory. Mrs. O. C. Bullcck died at her horn mpe. Has plenty of money to lend on or any first-class pecurlty. PEASE. "W. C. HILDRETH -Pre. Cashier 13 XX. KOTT'S r7 lsnx'::-: iciwi-i rziiZiS prostration and all disuases of the generative Nervous .Prostration. Kauintror Lost Manhood. j P AND eart of Mesa at 5:20 Thursday night. blood poison. Several days ago he-was kicked by a cow and injured internally, and has been very sick ver since. And although everything that loving hands and the Fkill or the physician could was done, yet it was of no avail. IliS. Bullock was a most estimable woman, modest and unas suming but kind hearted and motherly to a remarKaDle degree. tone leaves husband and live children to mourn her Icff. Three of her children are home and the other two, Mrs. aiten, lives at Florence, and airs. Btwcis in California. They wore both her bedside when she breathed her last. The funeral was held under the auspices of the Knights o Pythias, nd Woodman of the "World, the hus- ;ind being a member of these lcdgC3, nd Hev. Polle conducted the services the home cf the bereaved. The r.tire community sympathizes with he bereaved ones. His. Dave Wallace just received the nfo:maticn that her brother, Mr. T. Jones was elected probate judge of Crawford county. Kansas, in the last lection with a majority of 300 votes. Fom.eroy Bros. Co. have secured the ervues of Mr. It. v. btuart to take harge of their bicycle shop, and are now fully equipped to handle all kinds f bicycle work. They have opened up sewing machine and gun repairing departments also, a much needed busi nes in the city." o .FRIDAY CLUB MEETING A Programme in Honor of Mrs. 6. 17. Patt. There was a notable meeting of the Friday club yesterday, in the Guild com .of the Episcopal church. The club meets every Friday, but yester day's pre jrarr.me was in honor of Mrs. B. N. Pratt, one of the club members, who is scon td leave Phoenix fcr Cali fornia. The room wan tastefully decorated n yellow and white, the club colors. The menu cards had been prepared by Mrs. W. C. Foster, who is an artl?t cf marked ability .and each of them was adorned with a water-color por trait of the queen of Holland, after one of her girlhood photographs. The luncheon, which was elaborate and carefully selected, was served in courses. Then followed the toasts. For some time the club has been studying Motley's history of the United Netherlands, and the regular prieeed- ings consist of readings and discuss ions. Naturally, therefore, a number of the toasts had reference to features of the history, and all made feeling allusion to the loss of Mis. Pratt from the membership. All the members were present except two or three, who were detained by illness. These were the toasts and responses: 'Should auid acquaintance be forgot?" Mrs. Kibbey 'The pleasures of memory" .' Mrs. Pratt 'Our future members" Mrs. Foster "Time" Mrs. Alexander "Pai li amentary procedure" ....Mrs. McClintock "Mrs. Philip Fleming" Mrs. Ely 'It beats the Dutch" Mrs. Shirley Christy 'Women's clubs" Mrs. Robinson 'Our husbands" Mrs. James "Ourselves" (in original verse) Mrs. Mc-rford o dist&ict couax Another Lay Passes Without a Grand Jury Beport. It was expected that the territorial grand jury would make a report yes terday but none was forthcoming. In fact only one report has been mads since "the grand jury was convened. The defendants who had been Indict ed were brought into court to plead. Thomas Cordona charged with the murder of Bias Gillen demurred to the indictment. The demurrer was argued and submitted and the prisoner was remanded. Grant Watson indict ed for horse stealing pleaded not guilty and was remanded to be sentenced to day. A demurrer to the indictment was overruled in the case of Wesley Johnson charged with burglary and a plea of not guilty was entered. His trial was set for November ISth. Felipe Jiminez pleaded not guilty. He will be tried November 20th. In the estate of Emily A. Woodruff appealed from the probate court the appellant Dr. W. L. Woodruff failed to appear and the case was sent, h.ick to the probate court. In the case of the Gila Bend R.eservoir and Irrigation company the plaintiff submitted cer tain documentary evidence which was rejected and the case waa finally sub mitted. In the same case the plain tiff had filed a motion for a new trial prematurely. He was allowed to with draw the motion and file it at tho proper tim o ; VITAL TO EVERYBODY Water Storage Committee Appeals to Negligent Land Owners. The water storage conference com mittee which as everybody knows has been doing faithful and unceasing work, has found it necessary to issue a circular letter to be sent to non residents and those land owners in the valley who have yet failed to sign the agreement to co-operate in a gen eral plan of organization of a Water users association. Before this associa tion can be incorporated and take the necessary steps to secure government storage, there must be a general unit ing of interests and there can be no valid reason why any owner of a single acre of land should longer delay in signing up. For non-residents there is the excuse that other things have taken their at tention, or that they have not kept in touch with proceedings here but surely every resident of the valley knows what Is going on in the storage mat ter and it is a fact that all delay at the present time is due to the neglect of those who should be most interfstecl. Two membtrs of the committee have spent the last two days in going over the records In the various canal office'-, and checking off the names of those who are not yet on the list.' While the number of delinquents who reside here is not discouragingly large there are a great many more than there ought to be and so many that if each one andruff AND HAIR TONIC GROWS NEW HAIR, Cures Dandruff, scalp eruptions, Don't accept imitations, tiey may permanently injure. COKE CREAM FOAM FOR EASY SHAVING. A damp brush is all you need for an instantaneous, lasting lather, Beats any soap so handy too. Cflllnpnihl' tutwn, nntisaptin, clean. If your ouroer or utukkihi non i nwii C'oke Cream Foam, tuMid '25c for full size B tab to A. Ii. Ureinor Co., Chicago. f FOR fcALfi Bf ELVEY & HULETT, THE LIVE DRUGGISTS. one waits to be visited personally at his home matters will be greatly delay ed. Another thing that has been re vealed by this search of the record? Is that most of'th.3 delinquents are owners of small tracts, persons who no doubt think their holdings arc cn small as to be immaterial. ' The fact Is thst it is derired that every man who owns one acre or more, Fhall show his interest in the wcrk by si.ining up. It involves no "'oer.ee and n ratification cf on i.: orparatian thar may be objec ticnab'.e to him. Further it does r.ct require hii time in at tending meetings later, or far that matter anything e'.se except the sign ing of his name as an acknowledge ment that he wants water storage, wants it bad and wants it just as c.uic'.: as he can get it. It 13 the duty therefore of every man who owns an acre cf land In this val ley and who has not yet signed up. to drive to town just as soon as pos sible after reading these lines and put his name down. The government is waiting for him, the people are wait ing, and anxoiusly too, and th-3 mrr-.. bers of the committee are waiting. Nc that is a misstatement. The commit tee is not waiting but is rustling as hard as ever a committee worked In these parts and thf delinquents shoul 1 appreciate it. The committee pro. poses to send out the circulars referre 1 to to every one who has not signed up and it is sincerely hoped they will mak- it a point to sign at once. n through sicknrsn, death or rheumatism they ar unable to get out o .' the house, thev should nt least have a pcr.cH in the'r hands ready to sign when some men ber of- the committee does call on them. It is the small land holders that are to receive the greatest proportion"!-' benefit and it is up to then r.jw t" hasten the iei!I::ation of the crar.de: dream this p:op eever had. The non-residents may be depend -'! upon to send In their signatures r." soon as they receive the circular whii.li is fully explanatory. CATARRH CANNOT I5F. CURED with IjOCAL. APPLICATION'S, .ts they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and muccus surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not a. quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in thi3 country for years, and is a regular pre rcrlption. It is eomrosed of the best tonk-s known, combined with the be?t blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combi nation of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing catarrh. Bend for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo. O. Sold by druggists, price 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Bashful Little Man Do men usually fall on their knees when they propose? Up-to-Date Young Woman Some of them do; but I should advise you to stand on a stool. Tid-Bits. A TRYING POSITION Phoenix Eeaders Will Appreciate This Advic?. A constant itching tries your pa tience. Nothing so annoying; nothing so Irritating as itching piles or eczema. To scratch the irritation makes it worse. To leave it alone means misery. Some Phoenix citizen can tell you how to be free from these troubles. Read the following: T. W. Hanks, of 801 North First St., employedf or years with the McCor mick Implement Co., says: "I consid er Doan's Ointment one of the best preparations on the market. I was an noyed with itching hemorrhoids com monly called piles for six or seven years, latterly continually. Sometimes the itching was so intense that it fairly set me wild, despite the fact that I used everything I read about recom mended for such ailments and every thing which my friends advised. Final ly my brother-in-law advised me to take a certain course of treatment and when I went to the Brisley Drug Co's store for it Mr. Larson advised me to try Doan's Ointment. I did so and I have never regretted taking his advice. The first application so soothed the ir ritated parts that I knew I had at last obtained something with more than ordinary merit. A continuation of the treatment absolutely stopped the attack A short time ago I scalded the toes on my right foot, Doan's Ointment healed the burned part rapidly. When I say it beats anything I evr tried or heard about for giving positive relief I only state the facts. For sale by all dealers. Price SO cents per box. Foster-Milburn Co., BufTalo, N. Y. sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. W.D.HAMMOND GOES TO YUMA V;n!i:t of Guilty After an All Ni'til Session Jcljo Kent in Sentenciig Him to Fif teen Moa'hs in the Territorial Prison Made Mora Clear Offense Against Socie'y. JBis W. D. Hammond, the auctioneer, wap vesterday convicted cf a violation of female weakness. It is a purely veget the Edmunds act. The jury had been ! able preparation, and cannot disagree . . . , j , , , th wfalcest constitution. There is out an nigni. ine rennet was ioumi , at 5:30 in the morn':ng. and as scon thereafter as possible word was con veyed to Judge Kent. When court waa convened the verdict was received and the Jury was discharged. It wa3 learned yesterday that tin jury on the first ballot stood ten i"oi' conviction and two for acquittal. Thw.-e was no. change in the vote until 11 o'clock at night, when one of thoso who had been voting for acquittal changed his position. After that a bal lot was taken every hour and at half past 5 o'clock the jury found Itself to gether, and the last hope of Ham mond was gone. The Jury added to the verdict an oral recommendation of him to the mercy cf the court. It was generally t"'ieved that the jury, like its predecessor, would be un able to agree, though it was plain from the makeup of the body that there were iijc iiiaac u jl ku uuuj iiiui iiili "-- not more than two or at the most three i on whom the defendant could rely. It j was also believed that in the event of- a disagreement the case would b ' prosecuted no further at this term, and thnt bv Ihn timp if would bp rallpd for tri-.i n.in r, pnvr.rnmt ,iri,i v, v creat difficulty in collectinir iLa ovl- dence. fpon the announcement of the ver dict, Attorney Bullard. counsel for tiie defendant, said that the statutory t'-u. for fixing the sentence would be walv.-d and half-past one in the afternoon was set for the passing of the Judgment. The defendant was taken Into custodv by the United States marshal's officer. Mrr. Cory, who had been associate with the prisoner in the violation of th liw, was at the foot of the stall weeping copiously. When court reassembled Attorney Bullard made an eloquent plea fm clemency. He reminded the court that the defend nit had been convicted un der a law which had existence only lit the territories and which had not ber. i originally Intended for application . i such offenses t'.iis; that the maximum penalty under it was greatly in exce cf the punishment Imposed in the stat'-n 1 for the same offense. The attorney cilk'd the recommendation of the jury to the mercT of the court and he als. alluded to the fact that there had bee-. a cert'iln ptejudiie in the community against his client. Then be nrade th rtraiige plea that the defendant had . wife and family who would to a ob tain extent share the punishment aui disgrace of the husband and father: n was true that Hammond was sep arated from them, but Mr. BulUi-.t said that the separation might not e peimanent. Judge Kent listened attentively to the plea of the prisoner's counsel an. I then proceeded to the judgment. Th.' beginning was ominous. The ftr?t thing was to strip the prisoner of tho titular distinction of "Mr." "Ham mond, stand up." said the court. Tho prironer arose' with a troubled loou. Then the court entered upon a magni ficent address. There was no personal bitterness in it. but it contained the scorn of the community. The prisoner we.s told that he had been convicted of the crime of adultery. There was n doubt of his guilt, and his offense wa attended by peculiarly aggravating circumstances. The conduct of the de fendant had been a blotch upon the community,; it had been so open and notorious. Ills disregard of the opin ion of his neiehbors had been Itself of fensive, for when he had been remon Rtiated with he had renlie-d that his manner of living was the business of nobody but himself. "You have made a. mistake, Hammond, " said the court "The conduct of every man is the busl ness of society. It is the business ot every man to see that the moral3 of society are not degraded." The Judge told the defendant that lit had alienated the sympathy of all well thinking people in the community: thui he stood alone: that even his wife, tho natural comforter of a man in hi3 hour of trouble, had been driven away from him. The maximum penalty of hl crime was three years in the peniten tiary, and there was nothing in the case which warranted the court in fix ing the punishment at a shorter period. The court said that since the verdict had been returned he had talked witii many persons about the case, ajid he had found no one who had any sym pathy with him: only one man who had a word In his favor and that was hia counsel. But in passing sentence the court would take two things into considera tion. One of them was that the law under which he had been convicted was not primarily intended to be ax plied to this class of cases and that it authorized the imposition of a punish ment in excess of the punishment oC the same offense elsewhere. Another thing was the recommendation of tu jury or clemency. It was within tho province of the jury, the court said, to make such a recommendation, though the court did not see why it had been done. For these reasons the court would not sentence the prisoner to the maximum penalty, but it must be severe enough to prove to other evil doers that the laws for the preservation of decency In the community must be observed. Accordingly the defendant was .sen tenced to. fifteen months in the terri torial prison. The prisoner was remanded to the custody of the marshal and was taken to the women's quarters of the county Jail, whence he will be taken to Yuma tonight. Th United States laws allow the same time for good behavior that the territorial laws do, so that it is possible for Hammond to obtain his freedom in a little less than thirteen months. At the very last moment Hammond WASP WAISTS " Are not much in evidence among Amerl. can women. The women of America are worke'rs, and a weak waist handicap a worker. But woman has a greater handicap than' a weak waist. She may have a per fect form, beauti ful and strong "in all its lines, and yet be weak be cause her strength is undermined by diseases peculiar to her sex. Ti,r m room for argument as to the weakening effect of these diseases. There is also no room tor argnmeuiw to the power of Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription to core them. It regulates the rjeriods. stops unhealthy drains, heals ;flo,m.-tion and ulceration, and cures " - - . . i.rintir,,, n no alcohol in "Favonte Inpt.on and it is entirely free from opium, cocaine and all narcotics. Sick women suffering from chronic forms of female diseases are invited to consult Dr. Pierce bv letter free, and so obtain the invaluable advice of a spe cialist in the diseases of women. AJ. correspondence strictly private and sa credly confidential. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. Words cannot tell how grateful I am for your kind advice and good medicines." writes Mr3. ti. - i- itf,.itirnr. Northumberland Co., Ontario. l'hnd been In poor health for lour year back, and this spruis got so bad I could . i. i - tin HiiT-inr and ne Mid I had ulceration and falling of the internal orjram. but I thought I would trv your f rit Prescription.' I took five bottles and three of the 'Golden Medical Discovery' and one yial of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, and I can safely av that I never felt better m n,y life I have spoken well of your medicines wherever I ha .e been." Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets keep tne x a v. - - - liver healthy. They assist the action ot "Favorite Prescription" wnen a is required. turned to the woman whem he had so . heartlessly abandoned and became es i ranged from the woman for whom li. has given up so much. Late in tn ' r fternoon Mrs. Cory, accompanied by I another woman, went to the jail to see ' him. While she was there Hammond was making arrangements to visit his wife and children in custody of .deputy marshal. He left the Jail while the two women were there. After he had gone out, Mrs. Cory turned to deputy sheriff and, calling Hammond c vile nmiie, said she was glad he was going to the penitentiary, but she hoped he would get killed before his arrival at Yuma. She left the jail cursing him This is the most stubbornly fought case cf this kind ever tried in the ter- rHory. The prosecution of it by Unit ed States Attorney. Nave and his as sistant. Mr. Campbell, was masterly and the defense was skillful. A con viction Is always difficult to secure, and perhaps one might not have been se cured in this case but for the prejudice the defendant had awakened by an outrageous and senseless assault upon the character of his wife in a petition he had filed for a divorce. In the case of Mrs. Ccry, who had beon arrested with Hammond, the trial order was vacated and a continuance was taken for the term. The defendant was allowed to go on her personal re cognizance. That will probably be the lust of the case. There is r.n impression that this Is the beginning In this community of th revivification of the active operation of th- Kumunds act. It has been al lowed for years to fall into desuetude, and. the offenses of which cognizance was taken ten and fifteen years ago have for a long time been winked at and regarded, as Hammond had said, as "nobody's business" but that of the persons who were engaged in the com mission of the offense. H. Chacon, who had been Indicted for selling liquor to an Indian, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to three months in the county jail. There was no other business before the United States court and the trial jury was dis charged. o Those registered at the Sixth Avenue hotel arc: J. Finkenstein and wife: W. Finkenstein and wife cf New York: George N. Haven, Kalamazo, Mich.: Miss Christine Farnese of Madison. Wis.: James M. Merton, wife end threw chuldren of Calumet. Mich.: J. H. Kill- ino of Cleveland, Ohio; A. N. Jack of Fort Wcrth. Texas; C. P. Lockhart of Pittsburg. Pa.; W. W. Thayer, of New York city; Garrett T. Ityan. wife and child of Indianapolis. Ind.: W. J. Kile- ford, wife and mother of San Fran cisco; Major J. B. Mhoon, wife and child of Oakland. o - The girl who can spend a month at home and Ftay in every night without once being dull or bored. o notice: I W. C. Norton announces that he will continue his sale Monday, November 17. at 10 a. m. None of the items on the bills were reached; darkness closed the sale when only the household goods and carpenters' tools were sold. Cows, horses, pigs, hay wagon, light wagons, huggy, cart, plows, scraper, grain bind er, bound wheat, derrick, farm tools, -inch pipe, irrigating pump, six sets harness, cream separator and tread power and dairy outfit, etc. Consult bills of sale. New York city pays annually $337, S07 for the rental of offices used by de partments and bureaus. The biggest part of this sum goes to the Stewart building, IH2.3S0. In this former dry goods store are housed numerous ex ecutive heads. The department of finance alone pays over $S7,000 for quarters on six floors. 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Strictly on the European plan. Rooms by the day, week or month. Finest ! bar and club rooms In the aouthwest. BROW, SMITH & BELCHER, Proprietors. otel Burke AMERICAN PLAN. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA 105 rooms. All modern convenience. A strictly flret-elaas and modern hotel. Sample rooms for comerclal men. THE PALACE Rarbcr Shop and Bath Rooms Should receive your patronage when In Prescott. Everything strictly modern and first-class. Palace Euildinff, Mon tezuma street. L H .B4IUV, Prop.. Better known 'Caey.n RAINIER BEER. f VP The Best Beer that is used in the Territory. Send orders to H. D. STUTHMAN, Distributing Agent for Arizona. PRESCOTT, ARIZ. The Anheuser Saloon and Restaurant CONCERT HALL. Bob Prior. Chaa. Bedford. Len Hale. Handle Only J4MEMES E. PEPPER '92. HUNTER RYE KD M01M VERNON RYE WhisKies. Club rooms and restaurant. Best musical talent employed. Games never close. Its Up to You P. (&L C O., Proprietors. 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