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TIIE ARIZONA ItEPUBLICAXi SATUitDAY WOKNXNQ, FJSBKUAItY. 7. 1003.
TOE ARIZ011 RETIIDUGM. PUBLISHED BT THB ARIZONA PUBLISHING CO. GEO. W. VICKEItS. Pre. and Gen. Mgr. Exclusive Morning Associated Tress Dlspa tches. The only Perfecting Tress In Arizona. The only battery ot Linotypes In Ari se na. Publication office: 36-3S East Adams street. Telephone No. 47. Entered at the postofflce at Phoenix, Arizona, as mail matter of the second SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By mall, dally, one year Weekly, one year Cash In advance. .J9.00 .2.00 BT CARRIER. Dally, rer montn .$ -TS Arizona visitors to the const will find The Pally Republican on sale ot the following places In Los Angeles: IIol lenbeck hotel news stand, and B. F. Oardner. 305 South Spring Street. PHOENIX. ARIZONA. FER. lH).l. Has There B;en rVl2cedon?an Cry To.- Wilson? The lion. Pvfbert E. Morrison has gone to Washington to wcrk for stat-?-hood for Arizona. Where is his dis tinguished opponent of the last cam paignthe Hon. J. F. Wilson? That is what many people are asking.' It may be that Col. Wilson could do very littie at Washington in the way of assisting Mark Smith, but there is considerable surprise that he himself has taken that view. Heretofore, faith in his own "powerful influence" has been one of the cheering factors in Col. Wilson's life, and such self-effacement and Piirinking modesty as he has exhibited since he landed that office last Novem ber present him in a new light. To be sure, republicans Insisted during the last campaign that Candidate Wilson was after the office of delegate simpiy for the office; that the idiotic and un democratic platform which the demo cratic party had been forced to accept was manufactured solely in his interest and to serve the temporary purpose or catcning the irresponsible vote and landing Wilson again at the pubi'.c feed-trough, and that after his elec tion the ice that nc would cut at Wash ington would be a very small lump, but ine bunco scheme went through and he was elected. Matters have turned out as predicted. Delegate Smith has had to depend mainly upon the republican leaders c. the territory for assistance, and without the republicans the gal lant band of republican senators who have snood so loyally by Senator Quay wculd have been forced to yield. It is urged in defense of Wilson's inertia that Delegate Smith has not tailed upon him for help, and that the delegate-elect does not feel like going to Washington voluntarily and over shadowing Mr. Smith, but if tills is Col. Wilson's state of mind it Is doubt less based on a misapprehension of the facts. If he has received no letters or telegrams from Delegate Smith implor ing him to hasten to the battle front, he should remember that the mall ser vice is not perfect, and that letters fre quently miscarry. And as to telegrams, h? should bear in mind that Mr. Smith is absent minded as to inc!:ntal mat ters when Ftranuously engaged, and it is more than ponsiiile that in the hurry of sending his urgent messages to WfS son he failed to insert th cn'nnprj proper address. To us it seem3 conclu sive that the delegate-elect has made :i f-crious mistake" in standing on his dignity in this manner if his friends are correct in stating that as his atti tude. Telegraph tolls on messages be tween Phoenix and Washington ft seven cent3 a word are rather high, it iii admitted, but Colonel Wilson could clear up the harassing doubt at mod crate expense by wiring Delegate Smii: something like this: "Have received no letter or telegram from you re qucstirg my assistance statehod. Pre scme communications miscarried. Ad vise." Thus, for the sum of $1.42, Col. Wilson could ascertain definitely from Mr. Smith whether the latter haunts diiily the trcin gates at the Washing ton railway stations, Jooking anxiously f.s each train comes in from the west, for the author of the famous Tucson platform. Who knows? Perhaps Mr :-:nith in pacing the depot waiting rooms while on the lookout for Wilson, Iwis injured his health. We advise Col. Wilson to accept our suggestion and telegraph Delegate Smith and learn finally whether Smith I'.js entrusted to uncertain mails or wires his cries for assistance. The olor.el having recently made extensive investments in newspaper properties, said investments being made. It is said, with an eye to a neat in the United Slates senate when Arizona is admit ted, he may not feel like incurring the expense of wiring Mr. Smith. Jn that c-it-o, if duly authorized. The KepubU--n at its own expense, will forward I. Wilson's telegram for him, and will guarantee prompt delivery. The publi- interest Acpiires that all d'Ubt be settled as to whether thej niHils or the telegraph companies, or either, is responsible for the formal and frigid nature of the relations now itinrr between Delegate Sniitn are: lV;ce.ite-ele t Wilson. A Consistent Anarchist. It h:i.s remained for a woman to uhow thit an an.iirhist can Ik- consistent. Msr 'jtairine Ue Cleyre, the talented poetess and anarchist of Kansas, ha4 refused to appear against a man who r-hot her. The only humorous feature connected with the cult of anarchy is the refusal of the anarchist to abide by hi3 own "principles" when an appeal to the law will contriubte to his own personal comfort or safety. Howling against all law, the anarchist, when Tie has committed a crime, flies to the pro tecting arm of the law for security against the vengeance of his fellow men, and when he can "hnve thclaw on" an enemy he usually rushes across lots to gain his end. But Miss De Cleyre, the dispatches inform us. flatly refuses to fee the means of punishing any one. In September of last year the man Helscher. who shot her, met Miss De Cleyre on the street in Philadelphia and attempted to kill her. He fired three times, and each of the bullets took effect. For a long time the young woman hovered between life and death In a hospital. Helscher said he was provoked to the murderous assault because he had "oeen jilted by Miss De Cleyre. He was madly In love with her. At one time she had encouraged his attentions, but she had proved unfaithful to him and preferred Uic affections of another. Miss De Cleyre denies Helseher's story. She de clares that she alw ays discouraged Hel scher, as she did all others. Yet Miss De Cleyre does not wish to punish her un welcome lover for r.ttemptlng her life. "I desire to spare- this man from pun ishment," she says, "because In my opinion punishment Is illogical, brutal, stupid and cowa-rdly. All so-called criminal acts are In my opinion mani festations of disease, either In society or in the Individual. I would consider It as renselcss to punish Herman' Hel scher as to punish a fever patient for seeing virions. Kindness, gentleness, mercy and Intelligence, these are the remedies which society should give to its sick; not vengeance and punish ment." Tho Philadelphia pollco are holding Helscher. They hope to convict him without Miss De Cleyre's testimony. The Copper Situation. According to Bradstreets, -Wall street. New York, and Etate street, Boston, are once more under an im pression t'.iat important and perhaps favorable developments are in prospect In connection with .the copper mining and smelting Interests of the country. Amalgamated Copper stock, haa during the week been one cf the few reilly active and strong features in an other wise inert speculative market. Whili this movement was to some extent manipulative, there beinjj a sufficient short interest in Amalgamated to Jus tify a suspicion that enforce! buying by the bears rather than any positive demand from investors or speculators was the cause cf ths movement in this security, the rise of Amalgamated was sufficiently marked to have a certain e.Tect upon the copper mining stock market at large. In fact, although the rumor3 in this connection were some what indefinite, there seemed to be an idea that something might transpire before long which would be calculated to give a higher value to securities of the above description. As far as the statistical po.-ition in connection with copper production and consumption 23 concerned the outlook, however, as reported by Bradstreets, cannot be described as very reassuring, much less as being of a brilliant na ture. Alleged estimates In regard to American copper supplies, calculated in pounds, would, however, tend to dimin ish to a certain extent the figures which have recently ben put forth and accepted in that connection. De ducting export?, it would seem that th! supply cf American copper during the year 1302 was about 431,000.000 pounds, as compared with oi;6.000.000 pounds in 1C01 and 2G1.C00.C0O pounds in J900. It Is, however, pointed out that the pro duction of the past year exceeded the consumption, and thst at the end of the year the virib'.c supply was suffi ciently large to creat a strong doubt as to the possibility of any immediate proverrcnt in the position of the metal. The action of th? speculative market under tha circumstances would there fore seem to reflect a belief that aj combination -"and conciliation among- , tnc large American producers o the metal may effect a change for the bet ter which could hardly be looked for if trade conditior.3 only, and the factors in connection with supplies and demand, were taken into consideration. The Providence Journal things tliat the day of cheaper typewriters is at hc.nd.vIt says: "The retirement of a responsible man . from a prominent typewriter comiany with the announce- j ment that he. intends to start business for himself is taken to mean that a ' 'war' is threatened in the typewriter business, which has been controlled by a trust. If such is the case, prices of standard machines may be cheaper, ir It were not for the combination It Is a question whether prices would not have tumbled longr ago. following the example- of the sewing machine and the bi cycle. It is safe to say that the manu facture of a machine does not cost half the price now paid for It, and dealers . have been using- the same methods em- I ployed by bicycle men before the crasn exchanging slightly worn machines ' for new patterns, and requiring only a small cash payment in the trado." Concerning the new electric light, in vented by youn Peter Cooper Hewitt of New York, London Engineering says: "The tcinarkable mercury vapor j iamp:i uci iKfii oy riir. i'cter C'ooiK-r Hewitt are now being exhibited at the offices of tho Westinghouse company. These lamps can be run off any ordi nary continuous current electric Ugh: The Mysterious Visitor Is I Now Invading Many Homes. ilt Strikes Youdct and Old Who Are Phyiically Weak and Pre disposed to Disease. Paine's Celery Compound Fortifies the Eody Cleanses the Blood and Gives Stiecgth to Etsist All Attacks. That mysterious visitor, "Crip." Is now invading many homes and striking down the young and old who are weak vr predisposed to disease. I It is now well known that the disease I spreads rapidly to the varloui mem ; bers of the households Into which It has j been introduced. It accords with th.; i theory of Infection, also, that the dls 1 ease has usually attacked the persons liable to infection. Dr. Richard Siselv. in his book on "Epidemic Influenza." says the diseesc is almost entirely propogated by Infection. In past winter seasons It has been fully and happily demonstrated that Paine's Celery Compound la a tower of safety when grip is prevalent. ,Whn this scientific and health-giving medi cine is used, if strengthens the nervous centres of all the vital organs; it puri fies the blood, regulates digestion, gives a healthy tone to the whole system, enabling young and old to feel secure from the ravages of disease. Weak, nervous, dyspeptic, and ailing people will find In Paine's Celery Compound a true protector and shield, from th dargers of grip. A trial of one bottle v ill banish all existing doubts. DIAMOND DYE5 j Color Jacketf, Cjats, Capep, j Hibbons, Neckties, Waists... Stocking?; will not fade or crock when dyed with Diamond Dyes. Direction book and 45 dyed samples free. DIAMOND DYES. Burlington. Yt. Leads Them All The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York leads all other companies In airount pail ta policy-holder $559JI59J48o-34 la Assets $352,838,971.67 la period of uninterrupted crur:h Founded 59 Years Ago The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York is a synonym for SECURITY The first eiemcr.t desired ly investor. SECURITY Independent of crop f.-.i!ui s, panics, strikes or wars. Writs t-izy for " Where Shall I Ini:rr " The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York F.:chad A. McCt'itDY, P.-esidcat. SHIRLEY CHRISTY. Manager. " Phoenix. Ariz. supply system, and show r.n efficiency of two or three candles per watt, or fcr the same lighting require only about one-ninth the current taken by ordi nary glow lamps. The sole drawback to the light lie.! In Its extraordinary color. There is a total absence of all rod rays, and consequently all tints red by ordinary light are curiously pervert ed. A lady's lips look purple; so th:it at present no attempt is mads to util ize the light for domestic purposes, an feminine opposition would bi. too strong. In other cases, however. t;i light has very great advantages. Tl is stated that it is an excellent light t" work by, and this we can w'A b-Mieve." BOSTON'S BARBER REGULATION'S Board of Health Orders Stei ilizution of AH That Berbers Use on Customers. A spec ial dispatch ' from Boston, liay 1C0O. to th-' N Y. Hun irives ;s new : emulations o" the Huston Board A Health as to barber shops: ".lui;s, shavins brushes and ru.cH-s s;i:!ll o.; rtf-riUaed 11ft :r each separate use there of. A separate, cle.-in towel sh U b-.-used for each perron, i lafri.il to st the (low of bhxid slvall be us."d .nly in powdered form, and applied on a towi-1. Powdered puffs arc prohibited." Where over Ncwbro'n Jierpicide" is usc.-I for face or scalp after Thriving or h-.ir cutting, t'nre is no danger it is anti septic, and kills the dandrufi gcrr.t. Sold by leading druggists. Send V) tents in stamps for sample to The Herpicida Cc, Detroit, Michigan. SOMETHING FOR MR, QUAY A Proposition Submitted by Mr. W. T. Smith. It h: (ho opinion of Mr, YV. T. Sn:ith that it is u; lo this territory tn do rninething fcr Kcnator Quay t' show that even if rpublii; are proverbially ungrateful, tc-rritoiics needn't b so." There hnK been a good deal cf inVi of that kind t;ince the statehood flight g:t very warm. Home have suggested one thing and some another. An informal prorosition has been made by n mem ber of the legislature tliat nn 'oppro priaticn be rrade for a bnntc status l JT VA ff ff far If . vmy Money to Loan at Low Rates For Minding or on improved city property or in good outside towns. JUST WHAT YOU WAT New plan of payment. Interest dcrrrF If yo'i pay. Our Iohuh nro mudu nrt1 lire paid oil mme with txirik, only yr.u pny month ly. You do not Trm'urc k to pny nff lou n in other buildlnir und lmin a.rw)Htloin. A borrower ran yny off loan any lime wilh out notice, penslty nr forfeiture. Jf you want a ) inn call mi or w rite our agi lits, R. K. PASCOK. Phoenix. J. KRNKST WM.KKP.. I'r-oenl. or MAKTINDAT.K HI!NK :.. Prem-ott. ot A.OkFII.A or WILMS l. llAYNEB, Tui-fou. State Mutual Building & Lean Association C. J. WAi'E, Pec, 1 II . Kroadway, I -os Angeles. ChI. 1 2 The Stcinway. the most won derful pimo In the world, Is? Ii.-."ef sed of a to:;.- th.it l-.-llncs and enriche:- the voice of every associated inr liumcnt It is a creative tone, with all tlie ce ments of music s.-lf-ccr.ialnu. It U thin exclusive quality that has made the S5TKIXWAV 1'IANO essential ti every great artistic triumph of the concert :t.i.-;e; to the- w rk of every caiefu! teach, r: t( the pleasure of every thi ;htfui amateur. (Jrands from JS73; Uprights from I.'To upwards. Cei ilian I'iurio Players, Kranlch & H:ich-En:crr-oii Mid SterJinj; Pianos. K::ry payments. GL0. J. UIRKU CO. So. California and Arizona 1 epi cscnti: ti es for Ft-.-inway pianos Si.'.-CIT Spring St. i.os an:i:li:s. cal. Brvllard Pulmonary SANATORIUM for the c ure of ( ,i:i:;uir p inn. PASAlENA, CM,. m KuicA l ni nr.cT Dr. W. K. 3allard, Write f-ir Free Illustrated l.ookW. on Real Estate or First Class Chattel Mortgage R. H. 42 N. GREENE, Center St. of the d;:Ui.isui:-!-.e.i Penr.rylvanian: by another that a tablet o-.ir.rncrrcrat- ip.g the services o.' Mr. Quay be p'-;t m Ui--' esj-ct'U i;i.:Miiing. . :,ir irn- only thinr; that has boon done in th way of a rcnigrit l:i ." th- er''--.t of Mr. Quay in behalf of tlu- territory ha-i been done by the pupiN of t!i l-.'.h schocl who ye:jti'rl;iy ; l:i'.t(-l a t and irjiiied if after hini. But as t th? Miggcrti':"J of Mr. Fmith. H- is in f.v-r ' the removal T th- rt stiie of Jr.- );! -: o: Liber ty fr-l:i th" do:ne of the .: :!(. 1 and ; cphicimr it with a hi iic li:Turo of Mr. i'y.viy. That :ays Mr. 7.1r. Fm'.th voaii! n-e-in :;ii-,ic thi.-g aril uor.l'l b" 1' Shly .ippro;:rii-.t2. U'hiit !;tt:d.-.e-s be nr;ks have tin- people .T a t i rit iry with a ("oddcts!: "f L'lierty anylw-v.'.' Their run be no liberty in Arizona vrithout sta:ejio';.l anl thi-:c can he no FtfiU-hooj without Mr. ljuay. L" he rhcuM suc(c.'i in Ft-curlng the admis sion of the territory nothi.iqr would be more fitting thin that his., status rhould be erected in the most tonppic tous place., if n t), oth?r hand he scoul 1 fail in poito of his mighty c f f.irf. his .figure 0:1 th) don-.o vl tho capito! building of a suzerainty would be much more to the rioi.-.t than th r.ifof.ir.glcss ftattie x.f. a (toddcrs of Licerty. This i; s..ii;t thi;;;r fi.;- tin- member-, cf the-Icgisl iture i) think about. Mr. Htnith harccs im tliinj, fcr the suggi'S-tior-. It has o;t him nothing. He did rot even have t u;i::c cny iMi-e on It. It n iturally s;ig;;; : tM It.-.i.lf to him so that it is pot therefore rv illy his fU?KfsiIo:i aft r all. o Only one remedy i:i the world thnt will at once rt-"; itchiness of the skin in cny part of the bady: r))r;n's Oint ment. At any drug Ftorp, CC cents". 1 Hair Vigor 35? igu ice!; at least I 60. Restore colcr to vour 2 gray hair. Why not f i&ftT&S: i ill! W5 Q B I IV v $8,000 to Loan Oldest and largest bunH IS MAS W. IJELIMAM, President HERMAN Y. liELLMAN. Vice-Prstdsnt J. A. GRAVES, 2nd Vi c-SVesi ient The Farmers & Merchants Bank OF L,OS ANGELES, CAL. Capital Paid Up - - $500,000.00 Surplus CEL Profits - - $ 1,093,213.25 SPEUAL SAFE DLPOSir DEPARlMtNT and S10RAGE VAL'LTS THB VALLEY BANK PAID UP CAPITAL .'$100,000 PUHIM-ITS 25.0U) VVM. CUnfSTV, Pis',lnt. J. C. KI Ft K PAT KICK. Vice President. W. 1. FirUWILER. Cashier. LI.Oi'j H. C1JRISTY. Asst. Caaliler. Drafts Issnfl on all of the Important ottle oT the Unltel States and Europe. DIproiint commercial parx-r and do a genortl banking bv.sineBS. flfflrfl hours, 9 a- m. to 3 p. m. riRKCTCKS: M. H. Sherman. 'm. Christy, E. J. Bennltt, J. C. KIrkpatrlck. F. ;. Hatch. W. U. Kulwil-r. Lloyd I. Christy. CCltr.EFPON'DENTS: American Exchansre National Panic, New York: Ameri can K.rchani-e National Park, Pliicnco: Klrnt-National Pack. Low Anseles; Rank of Anzonu. frtHcott, Arizona; the Ansio-Ualitornla ianK. ban I rancisco Cal. CIk national Ban!; cf Arizona I HO 13 MIX. CAHIA1 (pai.l up) . J I SlRPtllS AND I'ROniS . $1000,000 . 50,000 President ..Vice President EMIL ANZ. SOL LEWIS.. s. orerkelde:: J. J. SWEENEY... Cashier Assistant Cashier Transact a G?ner-j Banking Business (odaks l'TUli r EAT j ...xxx- V1 'TSf'. ? Pie. The California Restaurant WEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS fitrlctlv i7!rJClnH. Qttlctc Jicrviro Hpcclal I inner on Kundny CS North Pirct Kvenuo PhcsnJx, Srizons " Santa P5" One Railroad, One Management, Between Phoenix, Chicago and Pacific Coast Rng .absolute insurance against changes, delays and "waiting" for connections. Three thrtmgh train:; daily: California Limited, California Overland, San Francisco Fast Line. 'omfo! t, o;;vr nieni e and gio'l things to eat ere among the iu diii ' :i:cnts we offer our patrons, (lo via Asii Fork and si c- th- New Hill's ':iiiyo:i Viuluct, a gigantic rtructure of rclid rtec-1. If intcr crtcd in cither cf th-j foMowlns "Santa I-" iKiokhts: Grand Canyon of Arizona, Arizona Health Resorts, Moqui Snake Dance, Castle Creek Met Springs, or for freight and passenger rat and Pulhnap re.nr v. it io-is. see or addrc:-:n L. II. LANDL-. Iencrr.l Agent. Phoon:x. II. P. ANLWALT, Cjiicr-l F t. a:;d Pas.-. Agt., Prescott. Mrs. Fred lfircviK, No. 228 Territorial Street, Benton Harbor, Mich. - - - - - itn. Frrd Vnrath. 'I am pleased to five my experience with wine ct Cardui as I am vvry grateful for its help. After my first baby was born I could not seen lo ngain my strength, although the doctor gave me a tonic which he considered very superior, but instead of getting better I grew weaker every day, My husband came home one evening wiih some Wine of Cardui and in sisted that I take it ior a week and see what it would do for me. As he seemed to have so much faith in it I did take the i medicine and was very grateful to find my strength slowly returning. In two weeks I was out of bed and in a month I was able to take up my usual duties. I am very enthusiastic in its praise. ITjriOTIIKKUOOD is tho noblest duty vj and highest privilepe women can achieve or aspire to. With out this rrivilecrewomen do not pet nil there is in life too often they po through the world discontented, w rapped tip iu their-ewn selfish carx?3 and troubles. How different is tho happy mother, watchinp her children prow- into manhood and womanhood. A mother lives as many lives as she ha3 children their joys and sorrows are WINEo Q &tdt. f CARDV5 A ?&'ZZjf tiio rciecy thit care a colcj ia coe day. In Southern California CIIAftlES SEVIER, Cahier CtJSlAV KEIMANX, Asst-Cesnicr MAR 0 il H ELI MAN, 2nd A-st-Ca hir Home Savings Bank and Trust Company PHOENIX. ARIZ. Ch.-irles F. A ins worth. R. II J.ee!',-', , : .President Vice President j Prank Ainsv.orth Cash, and Sec'y. Authorize! Capital Jlon.OOO. j Hours 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Interest on deposits. No commission j on Loans. I liirectors Charles F. Ains-.vorth. Harvey J. Lee. V. C. Foster, Frank i Ainsworth, R. If. Greene. and Photo Supplies DEVfLOPlVG PRICING TNURGING VIEWS .Sufcml Attention iivca to Mil Order Xft kKr V V 2IJ S0LTH PR04DWAY LOS ANGLLES, CAl. In RESTAURANT or in enjoining ...DINING ROOM... with E cgant China Srvce. At LNCLISH KIICHLN, No. It St. hers, as are their ambitions. triumph 9 and defeats. Healthy women do not suf fer miscarriaro r.or docs a woman who is healthy suffer tortures at childbirth. It is the woman who is ail inp who has female weak ness who fears the ordeal of becoininp a mother. Wine of Cardui builds up the wo manly in a woman. It stops all unnatural drains and strains irregularities which are re sponsible for barrenness and miscar riage. It makes a woman strong and healthy and able to pass through prep nancy and childbirth with little suffer ing. After the ordeal is passed the Wine prepares a woman for a speedy recovery to health and activity. Wine- of Cardui, in re-inforcing the organ3of generation, has made mothers o? women who had given up hope of everbecomingmothers. Wineof Ccrdui will cure almost any case of barrenness except cases of organic trouble. How can you refuse to take such a remedy that promises such relief from suffering ? Wine of Cardui simply makes you a strong woman, and strong, healtby women do not sulfer. They look for ward to motherhood with joy. . . rr . iu""" buuchh women n nave tound relief in Wine of Cardui. CT-H rlgn&itiro in on every bos cf tho pcnn?n Laxative f?romnOi!ininpTabiota PRESCOTT DUSINESS FIRMS. 1 TPS, -a V l-i A AMERICAN PLAN. j PRESCOTT. ARIZONA ! 105 rooms. All mndrr convenience. j i A strictly flrt-clas3 an l modern lioteL Sample rooms for cornercial men. j . Tha :: I Basliford - Btirmister I Company W.-iOUDL A.t.1) klTAII, General Merchandise Prencott, Arlsona We carry full lineB o! everything. TTe have a big store. We do a big business, Let can do more jtjtjt J j jr. When In Prescott It will please m to .:, hT0 TOM call and get acquainted THE PALACE PRESCOTT. ARIZONA. Strlctlr on th Kuropean plan. Rooms by tho dcy. week or month. Finest bar and club rooma la the outhwest. CROW, SMiTK & BELCHER, Proprietors. The Anhetiser Sa!oon and Restaurant CONCERT HALrL. Hob Prior. Chas. Bedford. Ln Hale. Handle Only JAMEMES r. PEPrtK '92. . tll'Mf R RYE AND MOLNT VLRXON RYE WHisKies. Cluti rooma ond restaurant. Best nuslcK) tuiut emrlcyed. Games never c .ose. Us Up to You H. P. (SL C O.. Proprietors. RAINIER. BEER The Best Beer tliat is used in the Territory. Send orders to H. D. 5TUTHMAN, Distributing Agent fcr Arizona. TRESCOTT. ARIZ. THE PALACE Barber SIiop citicf IS it I H Icootns Should receive your patronage whn In Prescott. Everything strictly modern and fust-class. Palace Building, Mon tezuma stieet. L X .BA:i IV, Proo.. Better known "Canev." Yoti Must Stop for a warm room and quiet night's rest... The Williams House, Maricopa, Arizona. Walter Hill & Co RFCCIUKS. Fruits and Produce. Phoenix., Tucson, Prescott, Arizona. Established 1RS!. W. A. HOOD, Peoria, A. T Standard Bred S. C. Brown Leghorns. For size and layinp iu. Cities T huvt Ihcr best stvMn in the i--ot. Kpcs $1 and Jt.tO fcr lii; ', and $i for !(0. GHiSWOLD h 8 cycle M Js Arizona, agent ?vr the Icacycle, th best and easiest riclins wheel on eartn. Keeps? the larseMt stock of Tires aivi sundries. Most complete repair shop in the city; Nos. 7 and 9. S. First avenue. CARLSON'S Never-1 -Fail Roach Powder Iliis stood the test for years. Insist on Kettinjr Never-I-Fail. Ir your druggist d ; nd handl;- the Never-i-Fad lnseci I'cwdcrs semi direct to the manufac turer. ' F. A. CAllLOX, -135 ISo. Main St., L03 Anglc3, Cal.