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THE AKIZONA REPUBLICAN : SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 7, 1903.
As You Have Nothing Else to Do, Why Not Go Duck Shooting 9 o We have plenty of Fine Haminerless Double Guns and Repeating Shotguns for rent, and plenty of those Celebrated Selby Factory Loaded Shells, FRESH; also can give you our Hand-Loaded Shells, anything you want, on short notice. PINNBY (SL ROBINSON THE GUN STORE Guns, Bicycles, Cameras. uttnwt w7Tynewrit8rs, Sporting Goods. 40 North Center Mrett. Pnoenix. Eye Openers FOR BRIGHT PEOPLE 10 rb Leaf Lard. Best Eastern $1.43 5 lb Leaf Lard. Best Eastern 75;: 3 lb Leaf Lard, Best Eastern 43c 1 can 15c Tomatoes 10: 1 can 15c Corn 10c 1 can 35c Asparagus, very finest.. 2Sj 1 It 15c Evaporated Apples lO? 4 It) 10c Prunes 25c 1 rb can 15c Boston Baked Beans.. 10c 1 lb 60c Gunpowder or English Breakfast Tea 33 1-V.c 1 15c pkg. Mince Meat 10c 3 lb Bulk Maccaroni (white) 25e 18 lb Cane Graulated Sugar $1.03 1 lb London Layer Raisins 15c 1 can American Sardines 3c 1 can Fine Bed Salmon 12Vo 1 can Fine Cove Oysters, large can.l2c 1 lb No. 1 Ginger Snaps 12VzC 1 lb Fine Cream Chocolates 25c 1 doz. "good size" Navel Oranges. 20c 1 bottle Lea & Perrins' Worcester Sauce 29c 6 bars Best Borax Soap 25o DON'T FORGET THE VOTING CON TEST FOR THE CHURCHES, For it's getting warm. Your vote will be needed if your church gets that FIFTY DOLLARS. McRee's Cash Store Our Prescription Department is always busy. Reason Pure Drugs carefully dispensed at reasonable prices. . . Elvey & Hulett The live druggists. Easily found and always reliable. 5 and 7 East Washington St. I PHOENIX BAKERY I BREAD A loaf of our Bread will please you and do you good. It'a a body builder. It satisfies that hungry feeling which affects the vigorous; it tones the appetite and builds muscular tissues; it Is sweet and wholesome, the best 5 centa worth you ever bought. SPhoenix Bakery and Confectionery:!: LDWARD EISUl, Prop. 7 West Washington Street i Established 188! 'Ffcone 8SI t Boarding a Specialty. Nobby Turnouts. BENTON BROS. Livery land Bo&rding Stable C. W. Benton, Mgr. Tel. 351. 27.Third Jt. "OM Gibson Stable." VV. J. MURPHY Real Estate, Insurance, Loans. 102 West Adams Street. A STATEHOOD SESSION The Only One Held by the Legislature Yetterdaj. The lclslaturc did' nothing yesterday but stand on guard, and nothing else has been cut out for today. Ordinarily an adjournment would have been taken over the holiday until Monday, but there was constant expectation of word from Delegate Smith regarding the statehood situation. Both branches of the legislature as sembled at the usual hour and soon after both of them adjourned, the council to go Into secret session pre sumably for the purpose of consliierln.; a communication from Mr. Smith on the subject of the proposed compromise on the statehood bill. Nothing of the proceedings was made public. It was stated by a member of the council that no word had come from Mr. Smith since the day before. It was learned, however, that information had been re ceived from other sources leaving no doubt that the talk of a comprom:se on the basis of the admission of Ari A STRONG STATEMENT. What a Leading Druggist Smj of a 'cw Medicine. We sell LAXAKOLA on our own posi tive guarantee. It really does all the manufacturers claim for it. It is especially recommended for chil dren when teething-, or fretful, or colicky, or constipated, or when there is gas or wind on the stomach. It is mild in action, taste3 nice, and is perfectly sale in every wav. It i3 particularly beneficial to the la dies, being a gentle and safe laxative to use at all times. Its effect on the complexion is re markable. It opens the pores and clears up the skin, givmcr it a clean, fresh, vel vetv appearance. Call at our store and we will gladly tell you more about it. It certainly is the best remedy of its kind, and we will cheerfully refund the 25 cents to any one who fails to find it benehcial in every way. BEN L. BEAR, Phoenix, Ariz. It Is Very Unpleasant To get along with the sort of "Laundry Work" that the average washerwoman doe3 or poorly equipped laundries do And it's especially unpleasant when she happens to be sit k a week or for gets to deliver the clothes. jf-iicr patronize our model and up-to-date laundry and you'll not only get the best kind of work but regular clock service. Yours for good work and prompt de livery, Arizona Laundrv 'Phone 391 Cor. Adam and 3d Sts BEST FOR THE BOWELS If yon haven't a reenlar, healthy movement of the bowela every day, you're ill or will be. K-p yonr bowela open, and be well. Force, tn the ahape ot Tlolent phyale or pill poison, la dans? roua. The moomeai, eaaieai, moat perfect war of keeping the bowels clear and clean ia to take CANDY CATHARTIO EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY Pteaeant. Palatable, Potent. Taate Good, Do Oood. Itever Sicko. Weaken or Gripe; 10, 25 and M centa per box. Write for free aample, and book let on hetvlth. Addrcaa 433 Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York. KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN A MAN becomes languid, irritahle and de spondent, through loss of nerve vigor. Life seems a mockery. The courage, force, vigor and action which charac terize full-blooded men, are lacking. have kindled the light of hope in many a man's fac- Tmjr bring vifjor to the weak and ambition to the despondent. They permanently check the weak ening drains, feed the nerves, enrich the blood and make men over gener ally. $1 00 per box ; C boxes $.i.00. With a S-100 order we issue a written guaran tee to refund the money if nc cure be effivted Book free. Peal Medicimb Co.. Cleveland. Ohio. FOR SALE BY EL. VET & HULETT, THE LIVE DRUGGISTS. PHOENIX. ARIZONA. zona and New Mexico as one state had been revived and was being seri ously considered by the friends of the omnibus bill In Washington. It was expected that Governor Brodl? would hear something from Washing ton yesterday, but until a late hour last night no word had been received by him. The legislature will meet again this morning at 10 o'clock, but In the ab sence of any advices from Washlngion an adjournment will probably be taken early to Monday morning. o DEATH OF MR?. ALEXANDER The Final Summons to One of Ariz ona's Pioneer Women. Mrs. Mary, A. Alexander died yester day morning at 10 o'clock at the resi dence of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Baker in this city. She has been ill for the last four or five weeks of rheumatic pois on and for several days her death ha3 not been unexepected. Mrs. Alexander was the widow of the late Henry N. Alexander who died here In 1S95. She was 65 years old and came to the territory first in 1874, liv ing in Yuma till 1882 when the family came to Phoenix. On the death of her husband she went to California where his body was taken for Interment in Rosedale cemetery. She returned to Phoenix again about a year ago, mak ing her home with Mrs. Raker. The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Raker residence, the service being conducted by Rev. E. A. Penick, pastor of Trinity Episcopal church. After the service the body will be escorted to the M. & P. depot and will be taken to Los Angeles where It will be laid beside the last resting place of her husband. The pall bearers named for the ser vice on Sunday are Emil Ganz. J. Thal heimer, W. H. Stllwell, John T. Dennis, Charles Goldman, Frank Cox, W. I. Horner and E. J. Bennitt. time friends of the family Stilwell was a former law the late Judge Alexander. o All are old and Judge partner of Trade TalK. All that are Interested in Hopper's Rriton-Barker pistol are requesteii to oe at the Hoffman promptly at 8:30 o'clock tonight. I. M. HOPPER. FREE LUNCH. FREE LUNCH Tonight at the Anheuser Saloon. NOTICE TO TEACHERS. All teachers whose schools are located within the Union High school district of Maricopa county are requested to meet at the Central school building In Phoenix next Saturday, February 7th. at 10 o'clock a. m. All invited. It. L. McDONNOLD. Supt. City Schools. H. H. FULTON, . Supt. County Schools. IF YOU WANT TO MAKE MONEY Get a job In the mint. If you want to save money call at the Anheuser and partake of the fine free lunch that will be served there tonight. The firm of Englehardt & Beltzel having dissolved, all debts are paid and all credits collected by G. G. Engle hardt, Congress, Ariz. RUN OVER To the Anheuser Saloon fur a nice hot lunch after you close this evening. All kodak work will be developed and finished the same day at Mealey's. A FREE LUNCH Will be served tonight at the Anheuser Saloon. Everybody Invited. Mrs. Aylwln's h&'.rdressing and mani curing parlors, li South Center, Cotton block. SPORTS AT THE TRACK Yesterday's Programme Enjoyed by a Large Crowd. There was a large crowd at the Phoe nix track yesterday afternoon to wit ness the programme of racing events and from the enthusiasm shown every body was evidently well pleased. The first number was a mile race between Sirius Mark, Miss Boydello Oakwood. They finished well bunched with Sirius Mark in the lead. The next event was a mile between Cobre Grande and Sirius Mark. Cobre Grande finished first with Sirius Mark in close company. Richardson and Klotzbnch then buck led up togtther with Oakwood and MiKs Boydello. Oakwood finished first with Miss Boydello but a very short dis tance behind. J. K. Wheat next drove Sirius Mark around the mile track In 2:25 making a very pretty exhibition and finishing like a whilv.ind. The succeeding event was an exhibition by Cobre Grande. He was paced a runner making a very creditable mile considering the condition of the weather and the track neither being favorable for fast work. Cobre Grande paced a mile in 2:15. Trainer Richardrcn went after big ger game. Dr. Hughes with Billy Bak er, Walter Bennett with his black trot ter, Tom. were scoring when Oakwood made hl3 appearance on the track and with the consent of both he accompan ied them around the course. They got away almost together, Billy Baker slightly in the lead. Tom second and Oakwood third. The positions re mained the same till well into the stretch when Oakwood took the lead closely followed by Billy Baker and Black Tom in the order named. The contest was a pretty one and the time made was 2:27. The afternoon was greatly enjoyed by all notwithstanding it was cold and a little windy. So much of a success was it that Mr. Wheat who has charge of the track decided at once to give similar matinee next Friday after noon. It is all free and free to all the meetings being for the pure love of the sport. the training of the horses, and the arousing of interest in track matters. o JAMAICAN EARTHQUAKE. Kingston. Jamaica, February 6. A severe earthquake accompanied by loud rumblings was .felt In the western par: of this island last night. EAGLES CELEBRATED A Proper Recognition of the Order's Fifth Anniversary. Arizona Aerie, No. 178, Fraternal Or der of Eagles, last night fittingly cele brated the fifth anniversary of the order which lias had a most remarkable growth In the west and which is spread ing rapidly throughout the east. The celebration was In the nature of a smoker and banquet, and it was a joyous one. There were plenty of good things to eat and drink furnished a la Hoghe, plenty of pipes and good to bacco to smoke, and enough good hu mor to fill the house and push open the doors for the entrance of all vlsitlni; Eagles and a number of Invited friends. After the banquettlng there was speechmaking, and it may be in prog ress yet. At least. It was still goln-f on when the last bulletin was Issued. After the performance of the Olympia Opera company at the Dorrls, several members of the company who belong to the order lent their presence for a sea son and added to the merriment of the occasion. The toastmaster was Past Worthy President J. M. Burnett, and the toasts responded to at the latest advices were as follows: "Liberty," Frank Cox "Justice." J. F. Wilson: "Equality.' Jerry Millay; "The True Eagle," X. N. Steeves; "She Eagles." H. F. Ashursi; "Wireless News," Harvey J. Iee "Memories of Phoenix," Ira P. Smith; "Spiritual Advice." A. S. Mills: "Truth fo Railroading," M. O. Bickneli; "Wei fare of the Order,". Dr. Toney. -Messrs. Nolle, Kinkcorn and Con nolly each sang songs In which the en tire flock flapped its wings and Joined. o Is it a burn? Use Dr. Thomas Elec tric Oil. A cut? Use Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil. At your druggists. COMMERCIAL FINANCIAL The Buoyancy of the Stock Market Was Short Lived. New York, February 6. Today's stock market fell back Into dullness and the price level yielded. STOCKS. Atchison, 87: do pfd. 100; C. & O.. 52H: Big Four, 97: C. & S.. 23: do pfd. 70V4: 60 second pfd. 45; Erie. 41; Great Northern pfd, 200; Manhattan, H4T4: Metropolitan. 137: M. P.. 1117; X. J. C. IK-'; N. Y. C. 140; Pennsylvania. 100; St. L. & s. F.. do pfd. sm; do second pfd. 73: St. Paul. 17S1; S. 1'.. 6i',i; U. P.. 1017: Amalgamated Copper. CH; Anaconda, 109; Sugar, 12$: U. S. Steel. 3Si; d j pfd. fcS'.i; W. V., 90; Santa Fe Copper. 27. BONDS. U. S., rcf. and coupon, ION; 3s. reg. ard coupon, 107; new 4s, reg., 13il: coupon. 13CVi: old 4s, reg. and coujron, 110; 5s, reg. and coupon, 102. METALS. New York. February 6. Copper de clined 5s on the Inr.don market, clos ing at 5G 10s for spot and f'ft 5s for futures. Locally the market was quiet and unchanged. Standard quoted at $12 nominal; lake, $12.62,.i'?j$12.S7,,t; electrolytic. $12.42112.87; casting, $12.351 $12.65. Lead was Is 3d higher In London to day at III 7s 6d, but here It remained quiet and unchanged at 4c: Spelter quiet and unchanged at $1.15 liiZ.ij and in London at 20 7s 6d. Bar silver. 47c. Mexican dollars. 37VsC. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. Chicago, February 6. The trade In wheat was moderately active today and on bullish news the market ruled firm. May closing c higher. May corn closed a shade higher, while oats were up fiv. Provisions closed steady with May products from 2',ic lower to a shade higher. May wheat sold to 79'2C-. after opening at 7Stt7HVc. It closed at 79c. May corn closed at 44yc, after selhng between 44c and 45c. May oats closed at 37i37Vc, after ranging between 3Cc and 37l8c. CATTLE AND SHEEP. Chicago. February 6. Cattle Re ceipts, 5.500 head; slow; good to prime steers. $4.50f($5.75; poor to medium, $3.00 $4.4 ); stoi kers and feeders, $2.30 $4.50; cows, $1.40(f $4.40; heifers. $2.25 $4.60; canners, flAMi $2.50; bulls, 2.0Wm $4.25; calves, $3.50ft $7.75: Texas fed steers, $3.5ttfj $4.25. Sheep Receipts. 5,000 head; sheep and lambs steady to strong; good to choice wethers, $4.!i(Vfr $5.50; fair to choice mixed, $.1.50i $4.50; western sheep. $4.251 $5.25: native lambs. fl.OOftn $6.40; western lambs $4.75?i$G.25. o PACKING-HOUSE MEN Being Called Together Union. Into a Great Kansas City, Mo., February 6. Mi chael Donnelly, president of the Inter national Union of Packing-house Em ployees, arrived here today with the avowed purpose of bringing every em ployee connected with the local pack ing houses into a union. Tomorrow he will go to St. Joseph and Omaha to organize the packing-house men y: those cities. "The object of this organization." said Mr. Donnelly today, "Is to unit? the various packing-house unions, in case of a strike the council could order all, the unions out and completely tie up the packing houses. We do, not ex pect to introduce any union measures at once. We hope to secure an advance in wages for some classes of em ployees." WORST BLIZZARD KNOWN. Anaconda, Mont.. February 6. A special to the Standard from Billings says the westbound Burlington train, which reached there ten hours late, passed through one of the fiercest bliz zards in the eastern part of Wyoming that ever has been known in that state. Telegraphic and telephonic communi cation Is paralyzed. A For Saturday, Monday ONE-QUARTER OFF The price of a big assortment Cotton, and French Flannel Waists and Dressing Sacks. See window for Styles. Good Goods for little Money. Ask to sec a to absolute cost Telephone 2741 ARE YOU RESTLESS AT NIGHT. And harassed by a bad cough? Use Ballard's Horehound Syrup, It will se cure you sound sleep and effect a prompt and radical cure. 25c, 50c and $1.00 bottle at Elvey & Hulett. the live druggists. Speaking of catching a husband! An Atchison woman married her ideal. and the woman next door took what she could get and was grateful, and th latter woman Is the happier. V J x y ' . s'. fern Jim k. - 1.- V'- .-' ' I peclal big line of Wool Dress and less. Alkire Co 9 and n East Washington Street Sanitary Plumbing When In need of a Porcelain Bath-Tub, Stationary Wash Stand or up to date Bath Room Fixtures, call and let us estimate the cost. WILLIAM EVANS, Rr.-?Xi-.m. ,t. -:x-xxX"X-:xx-xxs-x THE CHILDREN ENJOY Life out of doors and out of the games which they play and the enjoy ment which they receive and the efforts which they make, comes the greater part of that healthful development which is so essential to their happiness when grown. When a laxative is needed the remedy which is piven to them to cleatise and sweeten and strengthen the internal organs on which it acts, should be such as physicians would sanction, because its component parts are known to be wholesome and the remedy itself free from every objectionable quality. The one remedy which physicians and parents, well-informed, approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoy, because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its beneficial effects, is Syrup of Figs and for the same reason it is the only laxative which should be used by fathers and mothers. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy which acts gently, pleasantly and naturally without griping, irritating, or nauseating and which cleanses the system effectually, without producing that constipated habit which results fr.-m the use of the old-time cathartics and modern imitations, and against which the children should be so carefully guarded. If you would have them grow to manhood and womanhood, strong, healthy and happy, do not give them medicines, when medicines are not needed, and when nature needs assistance in the way of a laxative, give them only the simple, pleasant and gentle Syrup of Figs. Its quality is due not only to the excellence of the combination of the laxative principles of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and juices, but also to our original method of manufacture and as yow value the health of the little ones, do not accept any of the substitutes which unscrupulous deal ers sometime offer to increase their profits. The genuine article may be bought anywhere of all reliable druggists at fifty cents per bottle. Please to remember, the full name of the Commnv CALIFORNIA FIG SYR-UP the front of every pack age. In order to get its Dencnciai cuccts K is ai- ' lecossarv to Viitv ..." j line only. - ,.. and Tuesday Goods and Silks cut PHOENIX, ARIZONA (V CO. - is printed on A - Y - TV tt "-.Pr - ...f ,--' y UT- . : v- ..L !Vi"r o