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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17, 1903.
' ' ' ' ... I I n ti i II i Just received EZRA 124-126 East Washington Street 127-133 East Adams Street SUPREME COURT Supervisors of Graham County Asked to Hake an Explanation. At the instance of Colonel Herring a writ of certiorari was ordered by the supreme court yesterday to issue re quiring the board of supervisors of Graham county to show -cause why thoy have been flooding the country with justices of the peace. At the last election there were two candidates for justice in Morenci precinct. One of them was named Tuttle and the other Chapman. The board issued a certifi cate of election to Chapman and later Issued a certificate to Tuttle. The pre cinct is entitled to only one justice. Section 1049 of the revised statutes makes the board of supervisors the sole judges of the qualifications of candi dates for county offices but any action they may take is subject to review. Several other matters were before the supreme court. In the case of James C. Goodwin, appellant, vs. D. A. Tyrrell, appellee, a motion to dismiss the appeal was denied. . A motion to affirm was granted in the case of the Turquoise Copper Mining and Smelting company vs. The Copper Belle Mining company. A motion by the appellee for a further finding of facts was denied in the case of the Arizona Eastern Montana Smelt ing Ore Purchasing and Development company. The Turquoise Mining com pany and G. W. Seaverns vs. Martin Costello. The cases of Louisa J. Sanford and Don A. Sanford vs. the court of the fir:-t judicial district, and Louisa J. Sanford vs. the city of Tucson were argued. In the Pima county bond matter tins attorney general was given sixty days from January 6 in return to the. writ Of ("-undate directing the funding of the AT recess was taken by the court un N.'! next Monday. o SAN CARLOS INDIANS. Good Progress Noted In the Schools at Rice and San Carlos. B.F. Adams recently visited the In dian schools at Rice station and fit San Corlos, finding them in excellent condition and making excellent prog ress, says the Morenci Stindard. There are two hundred pupils at Rice and one hundred at San Carlos. The chil dren receive instruction and training In various lines of Industry, besides the regular course in the school room. A great many Indians are now at woik on the new wagon road between Rice and Fort Apache. The road was built several years ago as far as the government saw mill: it is now being extended on to Fort Apache. A good many are employed on ditch work, and they are now doing all the section work on the G. V., G. & N. railway. Mr. Adams stopped one day at Ger onimo; it was the liveliest day of the season, a tralnload of cattle being loaded and shipped there. Geronimo has prospects for the future, however, as the government will soon begin the erection of a commodious Indian school building at that point, which will cost 5'00, and is intended to accommo--'tu-A rM children. .o rations are now issued to the In dians, except to those who are old and decrepit and unable to earn their own support. Mr. Adams heard of no trou Dr. Hibbard GRADUATE of Harvard Medi rl College, cx TJnlted Htnten Pcn- ..,.n Examiner, and Leading Bpeuiallst In roronic ana aimcuit esses, mooa, BXin, Kidney, Urinary, Bladder, Private nV Sexual diseases, S.min&l Weakness wltn exhausted vitality permanently cured. Can cera and external growths removed with out the knife or severe measure!. The -eason of Dr. Hibbard't remarkable success is due to his long experience-and exceptional ability in treating complicated and intricate diseases. Place your caae in hit hand and be dealt with honestly and scientifically. Re member he devotes his entire time and study to chronic diseases. If possible Always be Examined by an Expert. II enable to call write Ireely and confidentially. Many cases yield to home treatment. References: All the Banks, and prominent business men of the eity. Consultation, in person or br letter, free. Honrs: 19 to 12, 1 to S, and 6 to 7. Office asd Laboratory, 28-iS S. Second Avenue, Hlb fcsrd bnildlns:. Phoenix. Arisen, car of BABCOCR BUGGIES Fnces JKight. CALL W THAYER REMEMBER THE WHITE HORSE ble on account of rations, and the In dians seem to understand that the time has come when they can no longer re main In Idleness and draw their sub sistence, or any part of It, from the gov ernment. o I Amusements I v : 4 -X"X"X"X"XX-XX-XX--X "Too Rich to Marry" will be produced at thes Dorris theater tonight. The company has been doing an exception ally large business on this western tour this season. The cast presenting Edwin Owing Towne's great comedy success is excep tionally strong. Among the best known cf the players is Ed Redmond who made a success in the comedy "Prince Romito." Among others, the com pany includes the following well known rlayera: Arthur Smith, R. It. Prown, Ed Redmond, Fred Armstead. Jessie Brink, Jessie Emison, Estelle Red mond. Reserved seats at Goodman's. -5c, fiOc, 75c and $1. The popularity of last season's com edy success. "Hunting for Hawkins." shows no signs of abatement, and It is certainly a compliment to the manage ment to note that this season's pro duction is meeting with most flattering support from both press and public. As is eldom the case with second season's casts, the management have, this season, strengthened, instead of al lowing to depreciate, the excellence of the production. For every role the management have artists who are pre-eminently fitted for the part, and the result is a perfect or ganisation, and one that can hold Its own with any comedy company on the road. When "Hunting for Hawkins" comes to the Dorris theater next Monday and Tuesday. January 1) ami 20, it will fur nish one of the very best comedy at tractions that has visited this city for many a day. Reserved seats at Good man's. o JAILED IN MEXICO. W. C. Miller, a well-known cattle man, who for a number of years was located on the Babacomari, within a few rrfiles of Huachuca siding, is In a Mexican Jail at Agua Prieta, Just across the line from Douglas. He was ar rested on a charge sworn out by F. A. Hohstadt. A report Is to the effect that Miller bought some cattle from a man named Dutch Pote, the latter having claimed to have purchased the cattle from Hoh stadt. It appears the cattle were nevr paid for by Pete, who subsequently left and Hohstadt Instituted proceedings tJ recover his cattle Miller, it is said, re fused to deliver the cattle, claiming to have paid Pete for the same. Miller's arrest and Incarceration followed. The case was to have been called last Monday, but was postponed. The place where Miller Is confined Is not altogether inviting; the dugout Is one large cell or hole In the ground with only one entrance, and several Mexicans are confined In the same "jail." Prospector. o The advance in the price of coal won't cost you anything if you can't get any. Sexual Blood and Genito Urinary Organs Specialist Uretheral Obstructions, Specific Blood Poison, Nervous Debility, Con tracted Diseases. . . . Th" above disorders with their terrible effects earning- rteprewion of mind, weakning of body and racking of the nerv ous system, successfully treated. Your life may be at stake. Why not get the txnt treat ment. If your eyesight is oor, ko to a reli able ocullHt If jour hearing is defective, you need a competent surit-t. If your tooth wlif, call on a Rood Oenlnt. If burninc o with foyer or yon have some acute diseap, ronanlt your family physician They should treat you, not I, for I do not treat such coro- Elaints, and they can do better by you. If, owever, yeu have some serious disease in my line in which your life and health may be at stake it ia absolutely necessary for you to consult one who has expert skill, large ex perience and scientific equipment in order to be permanent' y and successfully cured. Cancer and External Growths removed with out the Knife or Severe Measures. Consulta tion Free. Dr. Hibbard, Hibbard Building, 26-28 South Second Avenue. Phoenix, Arizona. Hours: 1 0-1 2-1-3 -6 -7. Hibbardi I I IN FRONT. NEWS FROM SCOTTSDALE Gossip of the Metropolis of the Or ange Belt. Scottsdale, Ariz., Jan. 16. (Special correspondence of The Republican.) Scottsdale having been unfavorably mentioned a time or two because of the attitude taken by our community to ward the famous anti-canteen law, I take pleasure in calling attention to the fact that the gifted and lamented statesman, Thomas 13. Reed, shared our fanatical notions as to the value of said law. And now while the air is Idled with eulogies upon the wisdom, kcon insight and Integrity of this patriotic man, some people may be in terested to knov his; views upon this live subject. Mrs. Margaret Dye Ellis, at the head cf the legislative department of the national W. C. T. U., whose home is in Washington, D. C, had an Interview with Mr. Reed about three weeks be fore his death, concerning some legal points relating to reform work. Among other things he was asked his opinion of the repeal of the anti-canteen law. "Madam," he replied, "hold that law." "Rut. Mr. Reed, how can we hold the! law with such odds against us?" "How did you get the law?" "We fought for it." "Then, madam, hold it by the same means, but hold it." This was declared with great emphasis. A delayed Christmas letter from Rev. D. S. Gray, Clifton. Cal., was greatly enjoyed by the Sunday school and a fitting reply ordered sent by the secre tary. Scottsdale people are not likely to forget D. S. Gray and his thoughts seem to turn this way now and then. Henry Field, who spent a year here once is 'shaking hands with old friends and being Introduced to new ones. A good many folks come to Scottsdale be cause they have to, but Henry says he has come just because he wants to. He has brought his saddle and bridle and is making diligent inquiry for the riiling club of which he was formerly an enthusiastir member. The Scottsdale equal suffrage club held a meeting today at the home of the president. Delegates were selected for the coming territorial convention and a lively discussion held upon the question, "Do women want to vote? Why?" A summary of the discussion runs thus: Some women want to vote, some not. Women want to vote be cause It is just that those who obey the laws should have a voice in making them: because it would increase wo man's influence; to protect their busi ness interests; to purify politics; to broaden their minds. Women do not want to vote because of Indifference, from ignorance, from not realizing its' importance; because it is unpopular; constitutional law seems such a bar rier. A. K. B. 0 MINING NOTES. D. G. Jewctt, for a while engaged In the assay business at Mayer, came in on last night's train from Chloride. Mr. Jowett leaves for Val Verde this morn ing to assist In . sampling of five carloads of concentrates shipped by the Philadelphia ami Arizona Mining Com pany, of Chloride, to the Val Verde smelter. Prescott Courier. One elay the latter part of last week there was quite an accident on the Sen ator road, about opposite the old Hum pnrles cabin, haf a mile above Max ton, says the Prescott Herald. A team- Experience and Knowledge Tell the Story Ul. IIIUDIU loc ality for many years. Successful and reliable he has won the public ronlidence. lo succeed, a medical tipeclalty mut be built upon ability snd reli ability. The cured patient brings another, and a contiuuouN record of permanent cures aa the result of Superior Skill thoroughly establishes a physician with the entire pub lic. For mauy years I have made a specialty of Men's Diseases and am known through out the Bouthwesi as thoroughly skillful and reliable. Contracted Disorders involv ing diseases of the Sexual, kidney and urinary organs. Seminal Weak ness, and all delicate, grave and obBtinate Specialty r4 Chronic Diseases. Consulting physician. SUCCESSFUL. nHinRinn RELIABLE. SKIURIL. u-,"L'u"l,WOGRESS!YE.1 GRADUATE 0 k Harvard Medical College. ONE or THE BEST J . X IMTMCWADtn 1 s maladies with all their destructive results promptly and permanently eured by the latest and most scientific methods. Mo matter who has failed, how bud vour case or bow chronic, consult me without delay and Mini out whether you arc curable or not. Oancera. tumors, ulcers and external growthr cured without the knife or severe measures. Tes timonials at oflice. If possible always tie exam ined by an expert meet him, talk with him ami judge for yourself as to his integrity and ability. When unable to do so satisfactory and successful home trcHtment mav be had. Dr. Hibbard-Hibbard Hulldinu. 26-28 South Sec- end Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona. Oonsulta l tlon Free All ntdicirb at my own labora ' tory. Hours 10-12, 1 3, 6-7. ster was hauling some machinery out to the Mohawk mine when the wagon slipped on the Ice and scudded oft the grade. The wagon was tipped over and the machinery, among which was a large fly-wheel, fell down the hillside. There were eight spokes in the fly wheel, and six were broken out in its descent down the mountain, utterly ruining the costly piece of Iron. George F. Moe, secretary of the Far well Mining compang, called at the Herald, office this afternoon. He will leave for his home in Oxnard, Califor nia, this afternoon. He informs us the Farwell company has taken full I 1 S U G K R TO INTRODUCE our many lines of high-grade COFFFES we will give away one package of Domyio Sugar- FREE with every two pound purchase of high grade Coffee tt c 0 0 P to 3 We carry the largest as sortment of high grade coffee In Arizona. This offer expires Janu ary 15. 1903 E., S. Wakelin Grocer Co. S U G TL R Keep Your Eagle Eye on the Bear "THE BEAR'S" WINDOW WILL Have Goods in our line at up-to-date Prices. Watch them. Keep your Eyes on the Bear's Win dows every hour of every day. Our east window has the FAMOUS LAXAICOLA medicine for the ILLS of everyone. You Get What You Ask for at Bear's Drug Store Opp. Citv Hall. Phoenix, Ariz. Send us your mail orders. We are prompt. THE REPUTATION OF Dr. HIBBARD as an educated and successful special ist is thoroughlyar stablished. His reliabili ty, fair dealing, skill and progressiveneaa are fully acknowledged. Don't e xperiment; make no mistake: sret the oeat treat ment. Or Hibbard succeeds in cases that batlje ordinary physicians. Don't fool with electric belts or treatmtnt by sample and trial packages. Shun electro-medical devices, etc. Io not Indulge in such misleading propor tions. If you do your condition will be worse instead of better. I treat each case by itself, aot by a Job lot system first accurately ascer taining the disease with all its complications, then applying the most effective remedies. If jour case be Incurable you will be told so. If curable, science, skill and experince will Insure your recovery. I make a specialty of sexual physiology. Thous ands of comparaiivtly young mcu are broken down by physical weakness and decay. Such cases can be cured. The general practi tioner, however, utterly fails. He lacks con centration of faculties and cannot accom plish what the skillful specialist can. Blood poison, with syphilitic conditious, bringing with it all that is destructive to the human system, can be eured without injurious drug's. My method is that of the best Eu ropean specialists. Marked result are seen in a few days The blood, animal tissues and hesli are restored. Eruptions, ulceraticns. etc. ripidly disappear and the patient soon feels like anew man. Sanaer is ahead if you neglectscicntiricspecial treatment. The long er you wait the more doubtful your case be comes until at last you become physically wrecked. O ncers and external growths removed without the knife or severe measures. Testimonials at office. Home treatment may lie had In somcfenses although personal interview is better. Oonsultation Free. All medicines will be sent according to directions. Call or address 28 South Second avenue, Hibbard Building, l'hoenix, Arizona llours: 10 to 12. 1 to 3. 6 to 7. llllllg' l -- - - - .11 TO-MORROW SUNDAY... 9 The " REPUBLICAN " will publish an Advertisement from us that every person in Pheonix and vicinity should read. 'Twill be the preliminary to the GREATEST EVENT in merchandising ever heard of in the Territory. Don't Miss It... , It should interest every Man, Woman and Child in Phoenix. By all means read our immense ad. in to-morrow's paper. There's no Question About the convenience and economy of electricity as a lighting or. power agent. Connected with our circuit you're as sured of a steady current for lighting or power purposes at the minimum of cost. Phoenix Light and Fuel Co. Cor. 1st. Ave. oad Jefferson St. Tel. 240L PIANOS, MUSIC The BALDWIN CO.'S Pianos award ed grand prix and cross of the Legion of Honor. Paris Exposition 1300. The HAMILTON, made by the BALDWIN CO., diploma and silver medal, Paris 1900. The CHICKERING & SONS. BEIIB BROS., FISCHER, MASON & HAMLIN. KIMBALL PIANOS. THE PIANOLA. ANGELUS AND SIMPLEX SELF-PLATERS. MUSIC. STRINGS and MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. Popular music at half price. Easy terms. A. Redwiil & Sons PHOENIX, ARIZ. We are the pioneer piano and music men of the southwest and carry the largest stock south of San Francisco. charge of the Zona Copper company. Prescott Herald. TO GO AFTER HOIST. Marquette and Arizona Officials Coins to El Paso. This morning Emil Marks, Louis Grabower and A. Hornsteln of Mar quette, Michigan, will go to El Paso, where they will purchase hoisting ma chinery, which will be placed on the property of the company near the Cop per Glance. Mr. Grabower stated yes terday that he Is well satisfied with the property owned by the company, and that development work will be pushed from now on. The company has plenty of funds ln the treasury with which to give the property a thorough test. The main shaft will be sunk-to a depth of 1.500 feet before stopping, unless ore should be found before that depth. Bisbee Review. o It is seldom that the stock gamblers get such an opportunity to fleece the public as that afforded by the coal fam ine. The fact that people must have fuel, regardless of price, gives these financial lights all kinds of opportuni ties to shake down money from the pockets of the poor. Denver News. o "Is your daughter's husband regular In his habits?" "Oh, yes. Myrtle tells me he never li ts -an evening go by without corn ri'i!Ti!r:g about the rocking and the folly of keeping two girls.-' JllUDLJI ALWAYS I PHOENIX BAKERY BREAD A loaf of our Bread will please you and do you good. It's a body builder. It satisfies that hungry feeling which affects the vigorous; It tones the appettt and builds muscular tissues; tt Is sweet and wholesome, the best S cents worth you ever bought. Phoenix Bakery and Confectionery LDWARD EISELl, Prop. 7 West Washington Street Established 1881 'Phone 891 GRISWORD The Bicycle Is Arizona agent for the Racycle, the best and easiest riding wheel on earth. Keeps the largest stock of Tires ana sundries. Most complete repair shop In the city. Nob. 7 and 9. S. First avenue. FOOTBALL-! Indians Phoenix Park, vSat., Jan. 17th, at 3:30 p. m. A Contest Between Railroad Men and Reservation Indians. Phoenix Indian School Band Will Furnish Music. Admission, 50c Grand Stand Free rllpeeial. .!.-:-:r.K::-x-x-::-: 1 Special Sale of Choice Bonbons' and i . r r a t j xl ioniecuons lasting ior mree days, beginning Saturday, January 17th v We have just received fresh shipments and we are making this tin usual offer in order to enable you to sample these goods at prices from 25 to SO per cent below the regular selling prices: Huyler's in 1 lb Boxes, 25 per cent discount, eymer's in 1 Tb Boxes, 25 ier cent discount. We also have a few of Gunther's choice Bonbons packed in the famous telephone boxes at 60c each. The Telephones alone ar worth 60c without the candy. Original price, 11.25. See Adams St. Window. McClure's Opoosit6 Postoffice. Fhoenlx, .-Sty ESTABLISHED 1S39. Full Dress Suits We are showing a fine line for Dress Suitings. Now is the time to order. We will make you an up-to-date one. NICHOLSON, " Ths srsHionlli Tailor. Phone 2965. vs. Needles, Cai peeial! T Pharmacy. n n Arlionm. Phone 1211-