TIIE ARIZONA TfEFUBLICAN: TIXTJ R9DAT- MOTtNING,' JtAT 28. 1!M3
Savage .22 Caliber Hammerless Repealing
IT'S NEW -
Our shinment is the first one mad
ness to keep in stock all the new thin
soon as ihey have them on sals in in
:is manv as we ordered, nor da we cxp
we can supply part of our trade at on
The SAVAGE 22 is pistol grip, ha
tvl takeifown. lightest repeater on th
long rifle cartridges, magazine is det
oost only 2ue each.
It is every inch a Savage. Catalo
in the order in which they are receive
PINNEY CSL ROBINSON
Guns, Bicycles, Cameras, siA7 Typewriters, Sporting Goods.
40 North Center
If you need anything
From now on through the summer, you
will do well to buy from us. A fresh
stock now just put on display. Re
member, we sell the best and guarantee
no loss to you. Atomizers, Hot Water
ISotiles, Fountain and Bulb Syringes,
ELVLY & HI) LETT
The Live Druggists.
And a full line high-grade ;
Gents' Furnishing Goods :
to close. Secure a bar
gain while it lasts. :t !
is just as essential In keeping cool, as
In ssustainlng prosperity.
Phoenix Light and Fuel Co.
Cor. 1st. Ave. and Jefferson St.
E. F. DODGE, Prop.
Persons desirous of obtaining for
the summer, home comforts, a good
table, pure air, rest end relief from
the heat of the city at an altitude of
4,500 feet,' will find it to their interest
to communicate with Mr. Dodge before
making other arrangements.
SITUATED II THE MOUNTAINS
the scenery Is fine, numerous live oak
trees, a croquet ground and good sad
dle and driving horses are among the
Yours for the Finest Work In
M. W. MEALEY
213 E. Washington St.
Kodak Finishing Supplies.
All Finishing Done In 24 Hours.
P7 'C,rK " M
L. E. S .
e to Arizona. You know it's our busi
es in our line, and get theme here as
e large Eastern cities. , We did not get
ect to get them for some months, but
mmerless (shotgun independent saf?-
e market, shoots the short, long and
achable, simple, and extra magazines
Price $14 each. Orders filled
PAUSE VOn ALAUM.
"Say. doctor," exclaimed an excited
man, as he dashed into 'the pill dis
penser's private office, "I want you to
make an examination as to ir.y sanity."
What reason have you for believing
yourself b. candidate for the padded
cell?" asked the M. D.
"Well, I happened to run across a
package, cf letters this morning that I
wrote to my wife during our court
ship," ras the significant reply.
$100 KFAVAUD $100.
The road-rrs of this paper will be pleased
to learn that there is at least one dreaded
disease th:it science hew bet-n able to cure
in vl its stages, and that i:i Catarrh.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive
care known to the medical fraternity.
Catarrh bpirir a constitutional disousc
requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, actin
directly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system, thereby destroying
the foundation of the disease, and giving
tlie patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature in doing
Its v.'ork. The proprietors have so much
faith in i.s curative powers, that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for any case
that iWaKs to cure. St nil for list of tes
V. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold by "Druggists. 73c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Some are Gone
and you con go too
V.y trailing at McKee's Cash SUre. One
chance with every dollar's worth of
goods for oho of ie three
Over the Great
Now just read these prices
Picnic Hams .'
Pkg Pancake Flour
Pkg Buckwheat Flour
Pure Cocoanut 1 lb...'
rkg Spaghetti 1 lb
riums 3 cans Green Gage..l.
Vks Malta Vita 2 lbs
Pure Honey fresh comb
The Steel Bridge Route
The "OILED" Route
Something cheap in tickets via
SANTA FI-J from Phoer.ix: June 4-5
and 24 to 30th inclusive.
Chicago and return J7G.70
St. Louis and return J71.70
Kansas City and return $01.20
St. Paul and return $72.10
C.-iro and return $71.70
Memphis and return $71.70
Denver, Colo $05.00
We shall be glad to see you and sup
ply any information.
l If. LANDIS,
THE COMMERCIAL WORLD
Copper TooK a Slight Upward Turn
New York, May 27. The only signifi
cance in today's market movements
t entered in a handful of stocks and in
these, prices moved contrariwise with
the result that . speculative sentiment
was wholly confused and almost para
Atchison, 74; do pfd, 9".; C. & O.. 10;
Big Four, SS'-i; C. & S.. 20; do pfd, 62ife:
do second pfd. 30; Erie. 337,; Great
Northern pfd, ISO; Manhattan, 137r-a:
Metropolitan. 1:9V;.: M. P.. 1C5&S,: N J.
C. 126: N. Y. C.. J2C; Pennsylvania,
VJT-: St. L. & F., 73; d,) pfd, ";
do second pfd. GC: St. Paul. : S. P..
.'i0",; U. P., 8f.; Air.fclgamr.ted Copper.
CI"-: Anaconda. 94',i: Sugar. 123: V
S. Steel. 31:. do pfd. Sl; W. I., S3V;:
Santa Fe Capper, li.
U. S. rcf. 2s. reg. and coupon.
2s. njr. and -nipoii. J07V4: new 4x, rcg.
and ouioii. IsriVj: old -'.s, reg. and cou
pon, lit. "4; 0s, and coupon, WVi.
New York May 27. CopiK-r regained
part of its recent losses in the Knglish
market, closing 1 higher at 61 7s Gd
for spot and 12s Cd higher at G0 2s 3d
for futures. Locally Vhe market re
mained dull and more or less nominal
at $14.75 for lak?, electrolytic and cast
ing. Iead was unchanged in London ' at
U 12s f.d and at $4.C71i in the local
Spelter declined 2s 6d in London,
closing at 20 12s 6d, but remained quiet
and unchanged here at $5.75.
liar silver, 53',ic. -
Mexican dollars, 42,'i.
WOOL AND HIDES.
New York. May 27. Hides, steady;
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Chicago, May 27. Wheat opened
stiong and ruled fairly firm through
out the session, the close showing a
gain of liftc for July. Corn was
firm, and the close was unchanged.
Oats held steady with July unchanged,
while provisions showed a better tone
after an easy opening at 2tc lower to
July wheat opened at 73s;, t 72 Vic. ad
vanced to 737k'' 74c, rose to 74ic, and
closed at 73Tc.
July corn closed at i'AiHTc.
July oats dosed at 34!,ic, after a
range of from 31c to 34ic.
CATTLE AND SHEEP.
Chicago, May 27. Cattle Receipts,
23,iC0: 10c to 15c lower: good to prime
steers, $4.S.''f 5.4ft; poor to m ilium. $4.f0
tfil.SI; stackers and feeders. $3.0O'ii4.75;
cow. $l.r.0T( 4.R1): h. iters. N $2.25i5; 4.S0;
canr.crs. $1.502.75; bulls. $J.25(Ti 4.20;
calvex. $2.25 t;.C0: Texas fd steers. $4.(K)
Sheep Receipts, 1S.O0O; she. -p. 10- to
15c lower: lambs, steady to 15c lower;
gr.od to choice weUvrs. I4.5fl 5.0ft; fair
to choice mixed, $3.5ft7i4.25; Western
rheep. $4.iOTr5.!0: native lambs. $4.00iii
5.00; Western lambs, $.00fi 7.5ft; spring
1 1 A YT I EN I N V EST IC, A T I O N.
Why the Minirters Desire to Surrender
Tort nu Prince, Hayti, May 27. Prcr
idontNord has refused to accept the
resignation o! the Haj-iien cabinet,
whi h was tendered Monelay. Th
ministers retain their portfolios with
the understanding that the cabinet
will continue the investigation into the
alleged extensive frauds in the irsuing
of Haytien government securities
amounting to $2,000,000.
It wan Hi?- opposition of the cabinet
to a continuance of this investigation
which caused the miniFtors to tender
TIID THIEF MUST SERVE.
Dimmick's Motion for a New. Trial
San Francisco, t al.. May 27. The
United States eircuit court of appeals
today denied the petition for a rehear
ing in the case of Walter N. Dimmick,
now serving in San Quentia prison for
appropriating money from the United
States mint in this city.
The court held that there was r.o er
ror In the judgment of the district
court and affirtr.3 the decision of the
MR. QUAY'S PLATFORM.
Harrisburg. Pa.. May 27. The plat
form of th republican f tate convention
was adopted today, and contained a
plank favoring home ride for and. the
early admission to statehood of the
territories of Oklahoma. Nev Mexico
and At i::ona.
Washington, D. C, May 27. Fore
New Mexico Fair in south; showers
and net so warm in iorth portion
Thursday; Friday, fair and warmer.
Arizona Fair Thursday and , Friday.
Wyoming Fair, warmer, Thursday;
Do You Want Money?
25c Per Day.
Invested in the Phoenix Building and
Loan association pays for 10 shares,
par value $1,000. Now is the time to
open an account. New series just open
ed. Call upon the secretary and he
will explain their plan. Oflice 42
R. II. GREENE,
42 N. Center St.
ARIZONA MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
Eleventh Annual Meeting Bean Yes
The eleventh mutual meeting of the
Arirona Medical association began Its
sessions yesterday morning in the Ho
tel Adams. There is a larger attend
ance than r.t any previous meeting of
the association and other members who
were not here yesterday are expec.ed
to arrive this morning.
The meeting was called to order by
the president. Dr. William DufTield, the
secretary. Dr. Charles H. Jones of
Tempe, being also in his chair. Prayer
was offered by Rev. C. V. Cowan of
this city, after which Judge Webster
Street delivered an address of welcome
which was a masterly effort and was
listened to with great pleasure. Dr.
W. II. Fenner of Tucson responded in
an address no less entertaining.
The only business transacted during
the mornlng session was the reading
of the reports of officers and commit
tees. The secretii y"? rv pot i showed
the membership of the association to
Ik' I.T., which is S5 per cent of all the'
regular practitioners In the territory.
The association has reason to be proud
of that showing, for it is the largest
percentage of membership held by
any stale association in the country.
The committee on necrology reported
appropriate resolutions on the death of
the late Harlow C. Phelps of this city
end the late Dr. F. A. Sweet of Bisbee.
both having been members of the iis
sreiation and both having died since its
lart meeting. Th'e resolutions were
unanimously adopted. '
The disappointment of ' the session
tame in a telegram received from Dr.
Nicholas Senn of Chicago, a noiab!"
r.'irgeon who was expected to bo pres
ent and address the association. He
failed to arrive on the morning truln
nr.d the te egram announced that much
a? he wished to be here, he could net.
lor the reason that he had just 1 e
turned from the meeting of the Inter
national Medical association at Madrid,
Spain, and he could not leave h'o'tne so
soon again for so extended a stay as
would be necessitated by a trip to Ari
zona. The noon hour having arrived. Dr.
Stroud entertained at luncheon all the
visiting members of the association and
their wives, their names being Dr. H.
W. Fenner, Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Burton.
Dr. and Mrs. W. 15. Purcell and Dr. W.
V. Whit more of Tucson; Dr. E. O.
Kctcherside and son of Yuma, Dr. R.
N. Looney of McCabe, Dr. Charles H.
Jones of Tempe, Dr. T. B. Davis of
Preacott. Dr. W. L. Brown of El Paso
and Dr. 11. V. Clymer oP Picacho. Cal.
The last two named probably traveled
further to attend the meeting than any
other members of the association. Roth
are former residents of Phoenix, though
Dr. Brown lived here but a short
Whfn the meeting convened in the
afternoon Dr. Foss of this city read a
i paper entitled, "A Successful Scientific
1 Treatment of Secondary Infection in
j Pulmonary Tuberculosis." The par-er
i w:,s a very Interesting one, the burden
: of it being that in most cases of tuber
( culo.uis there are complications of other
diseases, and that if they may be cur
, eil. leaving the patient to fight his most
dreaded enemy alone, he will have a
muc h bette r chance for recovery. He
then cited cases that had been treated
In this manner and very successfully.
claiming that if the attendant ills were
11 r: t cured 90 per cent of the cases of
consumption In its early stuges might
reasonably hope to be cured in litis
c limate. The paper was generally dis
cussed by the medical men present.
Following Dr. loss. Dr. Duflield,
president of the association, delivered
hia annual address. Its theme was the
gei.eral progress being made in the
i practice of medicine, with a report on
I the effect of the new medical law and
j the new pharmacy law in this territory.
I He. being a member of the territorial
board, had been in a position to ncte
these thing3 particularly. The address
was very favorably commented on by
the assembled physicians.
An item worthy of note in connection
with the meeting is the display of
Parke, Davis & Co. of Detroit, a large
druggists' supply house. They have on
exhibition a .fine display cf the latest
remedies and sundries, discoveries,
novelties and all other things needed in
the practice of medicine that might be
of benefit to the physicians to know as
well as of profit to the firm. Another
notable display was made by the Tan
ner Drug Co. of Los Angeles, who deal
in surgical implements and who have
many new things to show.
In the evening the members of the
association and their ladies were en
tertained at the Atizona insane asylum
by the local physicians, on the invita
tion of Dr. Ward, the superintendent of
that Institution. Many drove out In
carriages and many went in autorr.o
biles. After their arrival there was a recep
tion that lasted about an hour and a
hilf. during which delightful muisie
was rendered. This was followed by
dancing and he ball was followed by a
banquet that was most enjoyable cfter
the festivities of the evening. There
was no speechmaking, the hour being
Those who attended tho reception at
the csylum were: Dr. Fenner, Dr.
Whittemore, Dr. and Mrs. Purcell, Dr.
and Mrs. Burton of Tucson; Dr. Davis
of Prescott. Dr. und Mrs. Looney of
McCabe; Dr. and Mrs. Vickers, Dr.
and Mrs. Plath, Dr. and Mrs. Stroud,
Dr. and Mrs. Martin. Dr. and Mrs.
Lompke, Dr. Palmer, Dr. Bell, Dr. Me
Intyre, Dr. Foss, Dr. Duffield, Dr. Dods
wcrth, Mrs. Craig. Dr. and-Mrs. Ward
and Miss Ward of Phoenix, Dr. Clymer
of Picacho, Dr. Brown of El Paso.
, CURES WHEN DOCTORS FAIL.
Mrs. Frank Chiasson, Patterson, La.,
writes June 8th. 1001: "I had malaria
fever in very bad form, was under
treatment by doctors but soon as I
stopped taking their medicine the fever
woxild return. I used a sample bottle
of Herbine. found it helped me. Then
bought two bottles, which completely
cured me. I feel grafeful to you for
furnishing such a splendid medicine,
and can honestly recommend it to those
suffering from malaria, as it will sure
ly cure them.'.' Herbine, 50c b.ottle t
Elvey & Hulett's, the live druggists.
Southern California Business College,
C14 S. Grand ave., Los Angeles. Open
all the year. Faculty, the best, teaches
business methods and thoroughly han
dles all studies requisite to business
education A safe place to attend. Send
2 inch Silk Stripe Ginghams were 35c
27 inch Mercerized Chambray were 35c
32 inch Fancy Madras were 35c
32 inch Egyptian Sheer Tissues were 40c
Silk Spot Pekins were 50 and 60,
31 inch Linen Ginghams were, 35c
Heat Pattern Wool Challies were 35 to
From the faring sun. by wearing a pair
of our faultless ground smoked glasses,
which are adjusted to your exact faci:il
VYc Have Them in All Shades.
7 WEST ADAMS ST.
Open Saturday evenings until 0 p.
Take advantage of LOW RATES, via
The Southern Pacific
ffl. & P. S. R. V. R. R.
Excursions every Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at rate of $25.95 from
Phoenix to all coast resorts. San Diego
to Santa Barbara inclusive; good re
turning until November 30th. Stop-over
allowed at all points vest of Colton.
San Francisco and Return $45.45
THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC
Is 2S0 miles the shortest route. Deserti
passed in the night.
Daylight trip through
beautiful San Bernardino valley. Trains
leave at convenient time, viz.: 6:1"j
p. m.. (city time), arriving at Los An
geles at 11:25 a. m. next morning. Din
ing cars on all trains.
SUMMER EXCURSION RATES TO EAST
ERN POINTS, 1903.
Chicago. $76.70; St. Louis, Cairo, Mem
phis and New Orleans, $71.70: St. Paul
and Minneapolis, $72.10; Missouri River
Points, JC4.20. Sale dates June 4th, 5th.
24th and 30th. inclusive: July loth and
JGth. August 25th and 2Cth. Finul limit
90 days. For full particulars call on or
M. O. B1CIINELL
No. 22 N. Center St. S. P. Ticket Agent
crj curve. ,
VALUES IN THE CITY.
E. Washington St.
1 PHOENIX BAKERY I
A loaf cf our Bread will please
you And do you good. It" 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 I cents worth you ver
Piicenix Bakery and Dsn'ectionsry:
inu inn lien t r,
.j. iwnwu i3cj.l, rrcp.
. 7 West Washington Street
1 Establlshad 1231 'Fluce SSI I
Storage TanKs. Pumping' Plants.,
These-we p'ace and equip in the best condition. We have skilled work
men. We guarantee our work. Give us your work and get satisfac
tion. Remember our ELECTRICAL. BUSINESS. Consult us.
WILLIAM EVANS, Sanitary Plumber
Pliotio 2711 19 West Adams St.
IIS NORTH CENTER STREET
If you want the Purest and
Pasteurized Miik and Cream of the
Maricopa Creamery Co,
No bad flavor, no sour milk, no drugs, no disease germs. Clean.
J. pure, sweet and wholesome. Our wagon on the street will be pleue4
5 to serve you.
t The Maricopa Creamery Company
! Telephone 1S71.
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The California Restaurant
VEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS.
Strictly Plrnt-Class. Quick Service
Special Dinner on Sunday
23 S North Cirst avenue Phoenix, flrlzona
Phoenix, A. T.
Are our specialty. 'We can laundry
dainty, delicate skirts and shirt waists
better than any other people in the
We Know It
You'll know it, too, if you'll give us &
BYours for good work and prompt de
livery, Arizona Laundry
Pohne 391 Cor. Adams end 3d St
M I LLS!
Cleanest Milk and Cream,
or in adjoining
with Elegant China Service.
At ENGLISH KITCHEN, No. 1st St.
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