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THE ARIZONA JSEFUBLICA : 3IO.NrLAY lOIIXING, XOVJOIB.!: 2, 190 vt M AS M M '& A M .-a m-" ra . M r 3 i .r r v e i 1 iiJL-fJ IT tt m lis Beautiful Nlckled Tsimmed Steel -Range I The Best Steel flange on Eartii for the . Money! 3 OS. .tite ly F S 1 ri I j Al3S oiuie ly F ? , THE. yrtcAT Wkitc To every man and woman (we have something in store for the children later) who comes to our store on next WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26th, and leaves his name and address, a Coupon will be given. One of these Coupons will draw the Beautiful BUCK'S STEEL, RANGE, worth $37.50. We will have a name and address book handy, and all you need to do is to register. You will be given a Coupon with a number on it, and a duplicate number will be put into a box. Promptly at 3 o'clock on Friday after noon (our store will not be opened Thursday, the 27th), at our store, the drawing will take plce. A committee of four will be selected from the visitors present to conduct the draw ing, taking the matter entirely out of our hands. . ' Doil't Fail tO Register WEDNESDAY Say ?sA Wednesday. . . Every one is invited to come and register. It will not take much of your time, and may be worth $37.50 to ycu. A word as to the merits of this beautiful Steel Range : IT IS ONE OF THE GREAT WHITE ENAMEL LIFE THE PEACE MAKER. The best Steel Range on earth for the moaey. It has an oven 14x20x13 inches, made of two pieces of heavy wrought steel. It is asbestos lined, full nickeled trimmed, Japanese finish. BUCK'S Stoves and Ranges are built on the sam? general lines throughout. Some are larger, some smaller, but each is designed for a purpose, and admirably dees each fulfill its mission. (OUT fi TT5 "i "t" V uarantcc Buck's stoves and ranges to be perfect in every respect. They are so perfectly constructed -that we var- vM.JL Ci a 1 CiJLI HJ rant them to operate perfectly in the Open Air, using lour joints of pipe, same diameter as pipe collar. Any stove that will work successfully under such conditions canuct fail to operate Every Time with the ordinary chimney. We carry a full line of the celebrated Buck's Stoves and Ranges, all sizes and all prices. Sold all over the United States for 50 years. We arc sole agents for this Territory. ""if Ho Trouble to Show Goods . i . yjV T , -jur vs MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION 22 TO 28 WEST WASHINGTON STREET Wholesale . and . Retail Housefurnisliers ' ' $ $ & $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ ' gar IS' us FUNDS In these days, wher. popular ir.tercrt in iv.nttprs of finance io only for tho lirr-t time betomins actually alive or acute, bfioks and pamphlets on tho Fubjcct are b-;r.g turned out by the P'j'oii-hcrs in large and constantly in-crerr-ins ni;;nbi-. In t) fact th.tt. h'-rctofore attention has been drawn to funding- measures of government ro constantly that th? very v.ords "uns" aivl 'finance" have co:ne to be associated in the puhiic mind almost exclusively with Dublic af.'2i:-3 Dr. 23 1 Failure Hi in life is n-:.? often f'.'i'? to exhausted nerve force x'.inn to laci; of capiu.l. Strong nerves ore t!ie csjiital that j When j.f-o-,i.V iose their capital they J f set to TC'l t j rr;-.i.n It. FT i M l . . .. 1.,. M rjou?:it to sitls :i r.i-.ins of petting it l Si 19 ijienttCc. a cy, ccrtaiu aini feed the rerves, maiiag them steady an I strong as ste-:!. ".Ve lo v.r.t lA?i;t-ve they can fail to cure Nen-i.r.s Licb::i;y au-I vhysical ex aa'i.st:nn: i .1: t'r.T7hy weayt cro i rrfand yo;ir aio-;y if iix boies Co not care yoa. fl.CO rr V.r; 4 r-r,::e $-100, mni'.ed securely s,cn!e.i i;;r.a trcript of rriee )!;k free. 1'eal JIeuxcike Co., Clevclau'1., C J io. FOR SALE BY ELVEY & HULETT, THE LIVE DRUGGISTS. ! PHOENIX. ARIZONA. F:edsiicU A. Cleveland of the V.'hartcn rchool of finance in the Univerrity of l'cnr.si lvania fi;jds the e :cupe for the initial volume of a nerk-s on what he is piasl to term "private finance." Ho has entitled it "Funds and Their U-sc-k" and it seta out in the clearest and Fi;:ipl-.-st way Pan of things that a good j many people think they know, but I don't, and never learn their mistake I until they try to tell it all. j Lcokii:rj upon the subject of private linar.ee as-one that has to do with the j yetting and the rpendins; of funds for private enterprise, the author has grouped the material in his work .-uound three central ideas: What are "func!3?" How fund;? are obtiined. Til? institutions and agencies employed in funding operations. .Starting- out with illustrations o: some of the Fimjdest forms of "prop erty" and the rights of property, he leads the reader gradually aloni? the path of finance with descriptions of money funds, credit fur.r'.s, th in struments by which credit funds are tiansfcrrrd, sales of commercial credit, ales of Ions-time "paper," and finally to such instruments for funding as the United States treasury, savings bank.3, building and loan associations, trust companies, insurance companies, note 1 exchanges and so on. There aro nearly one hundred illustrations rjnn'njr from copper-sheet money up through repro ductions of notcp, check?, debenture bonds, balance sheets, bills of lading and eo forth; and, at length, there ap pears a snapshot at the board room of a well known firm of brokers with the familiar faces of its room traders gaz- j inrr at the quotation blackboard. There !s a great deal to be learned from the book even by 'persons who have grown old in banks and other financial institutions and it is included v-ry properly in the "Business Series" now being brought out by D. Appleton ard Company of New Tork. A FEARSOME FOOT MAM.. It is stated o:i r .-liable aulhoi ity that Prospect's preat Fpook, "the Runner of th? Haunted Hollow," has again been heard. After being silent for more than twenty years his footsteps have again staitled those who pas through the hi!l-)v at night. The good peep! of I'roripect were in hopes after this h'lig Silence that this poor, restless spirit had at last found peace and rest. Hut now they are 'ashing thenir.elvcs, "What does this reappearance at this tin.e portend? Is there some great cal amity hanging over thi? o.i;ict, little community, fro nwhkh this visitant from the unseen world has come t warn them?" That the "Runner." as it is called is a real spock there can be no dcubt, for many have heard it whose veracity cannot be doubted.' They all tell tho r.ame story of foot steps just behind them and when they turn to s.ee who is keeping them com pany, all is silent and nothing- can be seen: but when they again rosum? their way, the stops arc again heard, keeping step with their own. Kenne bec Journal. Ten thousand demons gnawing away at one's vitals couldn't be much worse than the tortures of itching piles. Yet there's a cure. Doan's Ointment never fails. Pcrto Rico takes to some of our pol itical customs like a Caribbean' duck to its coast waters. Its registration days for the recent election were like Kilkenny and Donnybrook fairs, with broken heads of all colors and tpyes of architecture to give tokens of the ur gency of the political sentiments whicli animated their possessors. "Two men were killed and fifteen injured at San Lorenzo; the town cf Patillas was raid ed by republicans, who shut out the federeals from the booths, and regis tered the whole voting population of a neighboring republican town." The lo cal pres.-. recites that tne fed-.-ial riJ- was in effect not registered at all. The Isl.tnd'M-s are evidently making rapid progress In the delails of self-government and difiprlaying a tropic?! pattern of patriotism p!;hed out in higher col ors than a necessary, but very inter esting, all the s.'ino. WORM. IESTROTER. White's Cream Vermifuge, not only kills worms, but removes the mucus and slime, in which they build their nesta; It brings, am! quickly, a healthy condition of the body, where worms cannot exist. 25c at Elvey & Hulett's druggists. The excellent laws for the preserva tion cf game have been enforced so thoroughly in recent years that there has been a remarkable ineiease in th-? number cf gr.mc animals and game birds In i.io New England and middle states, and also in other part3 of the country. This is especially ronsplcuou: amcr.g the deer. This season more vi these graceful creautrcs have been seen not far from the eastern town and vil lages than at any previous time in a half century. Cam a wardens have'bion active and efficient, and have attended to their duties faithfully. They deserve heartily pub!ic support in their work. o "Cure the cough and save the life." Dr. Wood '.-5 -Norway Pine Syrup cures roughs and colds, clown to the very verge of consumption. WIT OF THE BLIND Father Joseph Starlclman, of the Jesuit foundation of St. Francis Xavler devotes himself to work among tho blind and the deaf and dumb. He says that, contrary to the general impression the blind are peculiarly happy and fond of Jokes. Illustrative of this, not long since a blinu acquaintance of his, whose re maining senses, like those of all blind, are exceptionally keen, was in a room where were some lady visitors. Finally one cf the ladies left. "V'hat remarkably wnite and rerfect teeth that lady has." laughingly re ma rke the blind man. "Why, how do you know?" asked Father Stadelman. "Because for the last half hour she has done nothing but laugh." Minne apolis Journal. o JUSTICE HARLAN. John Marshall Harlan, associate jus tice cf tho United States supreme court, on December 10, will celebrite the twenty-fifth anniversary of his ac-ces-iort to the supremo bench. He was appointed by President Hayes at the commencement of that gentleman's term. Justice Harlan is one of the test preserved old men in publle life. He "is 69 years of age. but, although of gigantic build, is as energetic and live ly as a !oy. He daily takes outdoor exercire and is one of the most persist ent frequenters o the golf links. He rides and walks much and frequently makes the journey from his home in Mount Pleasant to the capitol on foot. Ills towrring form and soringy step n-ake him one of the best known Us ui es In Washington. o DON'T WANT PROTECTION. c::clude commercial products, while i raising the prtrent ban on works of real importance which, brought orig inally to this country for private hang ing, would ultimately find their way into the public museums. Artists, it appears from assertions made by them thi3 week, do not care for protection. It is a mistake to suppose that they are indorsers of the present tarilT ex acted by the government. According to their story the more good pictures brought into this country the hisher will be the national standard of taste and the greater will be the demand for gcd native work. o It is announced that William H. Day of New York city will attempt to or ganize at G'.en Elrie. a village on the Hudson river, an art-producing com munity similar in character to that founded in England under the auspices cf William Morris. Mr. Day is an architect and painter, who in his youth studied under F. E. Church and Thomas Cole. His purpose is to estab- I lish studies end factories to be rented at nominal cost to artist3 and artistic workers. Although J. F'ierpont Morgan and Charles T. Yerkes hr.ve apparently p.bandrned the Idea of getting the tariff on works cf art removed steps are being taken by artists and art patrons nf New York to impress upon the r.ext congress the desirability of re pealing these exhorbitant duties. Many who make their living by the use of the brush declare that standard, and fcspecially ancient, art works should come into the country absolutely duty free. Others say that a specific duty of $50 or 5100 on each painting would THIS GUN WAS LOADED. The boy Nunez, whore left hand and arm were so badly injured some four weeks ago by the explosion-of a double barreled shotgun, is doing nicely. Why he was not killed by tho explosion is one of the mysteries. The gun was one of the old style muzsle loadeis and had been allowed to rust until the barrels had become crystallized. Nunez had loaned the gun, loaded, to another boy, and he put another load in each barrel. He then returned it to Nunez without having fired off either of the barrels. Some time after Nunez seeing there were no caps on, supposed the barrels were empty and put Still another load In each. He then pulled the trigger and both barrels exploded, shattering his left hand and wrist so badly that It was necessary to amputate the arm within about three inches of the elbow. Yuma Sentinel. o A London newspaper man, said io be capable, was suddenly called upon to write an obituary of Bret Harte. With a mind full of something else we are not told what he wrote a column and a half and sent it to the printer. When It came back in proof he was horrified to find that he had written a lengthy article about Mark Twain. It was too late to rewrite the obituary and he was obliged to change the name and the titles of the books and let the artiels go in. In the rere-it political campaign J. M. Gudson, who was elected to con gress from the Tenth North Carolina district, had no more active political opponent than his own brother, who is United States consul at Panama. The latter obtained leave of absence from hi3 post for the especial purpose o" aiding in the re-election of Congress man Moody, the republican candidate. a lira Til mu vitauh S-M, & ft itiirA Ess & M DXl. POTT'S TBT3-FI vt;:T TT- -wTr-r.-i-. The crcat rcmedT for nervous prostration and all disea.-.e-s of thnrcnir:iiiTi SaH orransof either sex. such as Nervous Prostration. Failing or Lost Manhood iiSSKSitiif4' InMtcncy. Nij-'hwy Emissions, Youthful Errors, Mental Worry, excessive use 'm' " of Tobacco or Oni urn. vhieh tn Coniimntinn nn.l Tncnmtr c-i. ICTFR IllWf! 5 order we pur.raatefl to cure or refund the monrv. Sold at &I.OO per box fTILn UOlftU. c boxes for SS.OO. IH. ITIOTT'S CIIK.TIICAL. CO., Cleveland, Oixlo. For sale only by BEN L. BEAR, up-to-date druggist, i.'hoenlz.