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THE AKJZNA UEl'UELICAN: SATURDAY MOUN1NG JUKE JO, 1003.
PRESCOTT BUSINESS FIRMS. otel Burke AMERICAN PLAN. VRESCOTT. -. - ARIZONA r.06 "rooms. All modern convenience A strictly first-class and modern hoteL Sample rooms for comercial men. i! The i lashfcrd - Burmister j Company WH0LM4L1 AND BSTAII. General Merchandli Pre-oott, Arlaona We carry full lines ol everything. We haVe a bi? store. We do a big business, but can do mere j j j. jJ- J J J J- 2 to ? When In Prescott It will plewe nt have you call and get acquainted THE PALACE PRESCOTT. ARIZONA. JStrlctly on the European plan. Room 'by the day, week or month. Finest bar and club rooms In the southwest BROW, SMITH & BELCHER, Proprietors. Sixth Avenue HOTEL now open under s New Management. Everything first class. Tran sient rates $'2 per day. Call and see us for special rates by the month. TfVGL! GARDEN NOW CORNUCOPIA CL13 Incorporated Juno 18. 1502 In open to membeta and their gusw only. For membership see either ol t.ie directors, William Widmer presi dent; Ed Ruppert, vice president, oi Robert F. Doll, Alex R'.ieinstein, A. U ?fcCalmley. directors, or the steward at the clubhouse, three and one-harf milet eat, on Tempe road. J. II. W. JENSEN, Treasurer. Secretary and Steward. THE HOFFMAN EVERYTHING FIRST CUSS Michelob Beer on Draught KSRSCK.ELD. PRK!S & GiBSON 5j Proprietors t THF DAI ATF 1 I Ell- I .'HIrVs T HIKSCHf til) & PI RKINS, Props. Imported and Domestic Wines Liquors and Cigars Phoenix ' - Arizona 1 fHfrfrH4HtWfHWWt THE CLUB STABLES One block north of Hotel Adams on North Center Street. Nobby turnouta. Safe and speedy stock. W. L. GEORGE, Proprietor. i! m A POSITIVE CURE For Inflammation orCatarrh of the bladder and Diseased Kidney 4. No cure no pay. Currs quickly nud I'erma riMtfy the worst cases of Gonorrhoea and Gleet, no inatier of how long stand in?. Absolutely harmless Sold by druggists. Price H.i'l. or by mail, postpaid, $1 (X), a boxes 12.75. THE SAHTAl-PtFSIN C3., BElLEFONTAINfc, OHIO. GOODMAN'S PHARMACY. AGENT You Must vStop for a tool room and quiet night's rest... . i The Williams House, Maricopa, Arizona. Fifield h Gallagher GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS EHllTnatcx FnruiRbed Kojms 11-12-13 OOill Building i-.O. BOX 578, J'hocnix. Ar una. Jos Fifleld Geo. H. aallavbor ScqU s San The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co Pays 4 per cent interest on all time deposits Accounts may be opened for one dollar or more, either In person ' or by mall. i A handsome nickel steel safe is furnished depositors free of charge. Call atthe banking office and learn all about our plan for making "J- savings pay an Income. ' - I 4 The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. i AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $100,000.00. CHARLES F. AINSWORTH, President; R. II. GREENE, Vice Tres- J Ident; FRANK AINSWORTH, Cash!er. f DIRECTORS Charles F. Alnsworth, W. C. Foster, R. II. Greene, f Frank Alnsworth, Harvey J. Lee. 4! 4 Capital, $100,000.00 . Surplus, $50,000.00 Deposits, $500,000.00 Ample Facilities. Courteous Treatment to All. We Solicit Your Banking Business. The National Bank of Arizona. Kir.il tinnz. Prni.lent. S. OlierfeMcr, dodder. Get One of Our- THE VALLEY BANK Of I' II O K N I X PAID UP CAPITAL, .$100,000 SURPLUS 25.000 Wit. CHRISTY. Pisldent. J. C. KIRK PATRICK. Vice, President. W. D. FULWILEH. Cashier. LLOYD H. CHRISTY, Asst. Cashier. Drafts Issued on all of the Important cities of the Unltpd States and Europe, Discount commercial paper and do a generel banking business. Office hours, 9 a. m. to :i p. m. DIRECTORS: M. H. Sherman. Wm. Chrlstv. K. J. Bennltt. J. C. Kirkpatrlck. J. S. Filec!. . D. rulwHor. Llovd R Christ'-. ;eoiKe D. Christy. CORRESPONDENTS: American KxchanKe National Hand, New York; Ameri can Exchange National Bank, Chicago; First National Bank. Los Angeles: Bank of Arizona, Prescott. Arizona; the Anglo-California Bank. San Frantlsco CaL STANDARD !R0N WORKS Dealf-rs in " New and Second Hand Machinery Complete list of stock on ha r.d furnished on application. y ColS tings in Iron ancl Brass. llachine Work Promptly Attended Tj. Telephone 5TL . PHOENIX. ARIZ. Low Round Trip Rales to Eastern "Points 1903 VIA Southern Pacific Chicago $70.70; St. Louis, ! Cairo, Memphis and New Or- ! leans, $71.70; St. Paul and iMinnerpolis, $72.10; Mis jsouri River Points, $04.'J0. ! Sale Dates, June 25 to 30, !inr1nivr: Tnlv loth and ldtli; August 2.1th and 2Cth; fiua! limit '.0 days. Iror full particulars, call on or address M. O. BICKNELL., 22 N. Center St., Phoenix. SPECIAL EXCURSIONS EAST. The Steel Bridge Route EAST The "OILED" Route WEST Something cheap in tickets via SANTA FE from Thoenix: June 4-5 and 21 to 3Cth inclusive. Chicago and return St. Louis and return... Kansas City and return St. Paul it "d return Cairo and return Memphis I' turn... lO. Ill i " I $71.70 $01.20 72.10 $71.70 $71.70 Denver, Colo loo.w Wc sliuil b-e sil to see you ami EUi ply any irifui tlun. l. ir. iVaxdis, General Agent. LESAU ROVCRTISCrVlCNTS. SPECIFICATIONS FOR WATER AND I SEWER SYSTEM FOR THE TEH- RITtmiAL, INDCSTIUAESCHOOL AT BENSON. ARIZ. Build a brick tank in ground 10 feet from present "artesian well; inside di mensions to be V feet deep by 12 feet diameter, built of bard burned brick IS inch wall I - j i 1 in cement mortar 3 to 1 bottom to Imc C iuvu coiicifle 1 Sol. Yk-c -President. J. J. Smcc-iicv, Ass'l. dhicr. Little Home Safes, Phoenix Machine and Cold Storage Co. A il K:nde of Machine Rr pairing Ooan om Short Notice 25-33 North Second Street Jor. Thalheimf r, Pres ; P. T. Hurley, Viee-Pres ; Louis Melcrer, Treas.; Alex. Rheinstein, Sec'y O. S. WILEY, Manager to S of brok"n ston. sand and ct nient well tampd. and the bottom and rM.-s to bf piartered with cement half ar.d half, made 'smooth and jurfoi tly tiphl. l's No. 1 Prtland cenu-nt for all work. Tank to b? covered with Tn T. & C. properly lonrtrueted. Hinged opening 3 ft. x S ft. left in top. Conduct the vatr in a pipe from well to tank (10 i't.l o fvf-t below, pi est'iit outlet. Top of tank to b? l;-vel with ground. Place over this tank one 10 ft. Ideal windmill or otlxT equally as good, with 3" ft. 3 post steel tower. One 3 in. brass body iron capped cylinder brass plun?.-rrod to pump i.Tto tanks placed about P) ft. from sunken tank and run from these tanks 7(i0 feet to building, with 2 inch galvanized iron pipe two feet underground. Tanks to he No. 20 charcoal galvanized iron with bard of pip? around top, placed on tovr. Towers to bo constructed of ii in. by 8 in. uprighti with cross bracing of fi in. by 6 in. and tie roils in., plat forms of 2 in. by 16 in. 1C in. centers covered with 2 in. plank. Tanks cov ered with T in. T. & G. properly sup ported and ventilated. P.uild concrete footings under lowc r supports 3 ft. x 3 ft. and 3 f!. d-ep with cement foot ings 4 ft. x 4 ft. x 1 ft. concrete; 1 to (!. I;i:n a in. pipe into hull on first and second story in building, and 6 ft. from Poor place two Pacific hose reels with leO ft. l-'a in. underwriters linen hos ;md valve nozzle and oupling for each reel. Second story lioor i: 16 ft. from ground. 1 gal. outlets to connect with supply pipe to plumbing in build ing witli. gate valves at proper height to turn wa'er on and off. Sewer con nect waste outlets with 4 in. stone pipe and ru". to cesspool If, ft. x 10 ft. x 2a ft. deep. 2'MJ ft. from building, and give proper grade digging trench, cess pool and baik tilling. Cesspool to be cribbed with timber no lens than SxlO In throe tiers properly braced ar.d backed with 2 in. plank, liuild cover over cfpspool with SxlO timbers and two-Inch plank 2 ft. below surface of ground braced strong enough to drive over, and cover with dirt. The contractor is to furnish every thing In make the job complete, to make a first-class job in every particu lar, and to bo turned over to board in perfect , working order. All of the wood work to be painted two coats white lead arid oil, color as direc ted. Sealed bids will bo received at the oflico of Henry P.uehman, Secretary of the Hoard of Trustees of the Industrial School. Tucson, Arizona, up to 10 a. m. of the 22nd day of June, 1H03. the Board reserving the right to reject any and all bids. IIF..N ItY JJUEHMAN. Secty. Plans can be seen at the office of A. II. Emanuel. Tombstone, Ariz.; P.en Honey, Fairbanks, Ariz.; H. Huehman, Tucson, Ariz. First publication Juno 13. IN THE PKOUATE COUHT of the County of M.nitopa, Territory of Arizona. In the matter of the estate of Jesus I.. Otero. decii.scd. Notii-e of hearing petition. j Notice is hereby given tiiat Arthur- M. Otero has filed in this court ids pe- j tilion praying that a 'final distiibutioif! of said estate be granted, and that the same will ! heard on'Friday, the 26th j day of June. "A. I. H'0.1. at 10 o'clock in j the forenoon of said day, at the cour t- : l oom of said c ourt, in I'hoenix, County j of Maricopa. Territory of Arizona, and j all persons interested In said estate are notified then and there to appear and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of sa'd petitioner should not be gr a nted. Dated June K.ih. lMi.l. GKORCiE K I UK LAN I . Clerk. i'nxt publication June 1'5,. il'i'O. Cheap Dirt Dirt Cheap. SUGAR BEET LAND NEAR CLEfiDALE. Buy quick if you want to make money. J. ERNEST WALKER, Real tbtate, loans, trtsurnnte. 14-16 South Second Avenue. COME AND LAUGH WITH US. He came in while we were laughing, We were laughing "fit to kill;" We bought sugar beet land 'early, And we are laughing still. We showed him some good bargains, Now he js laughiug too; Come in quick and see us, We still have some for you. The Valley Realty Co., North Center Street. - :rr- - PROPOSALS Foil .SUBSISTENCE. FUEL. LUMMER. ETC., ETC. U. Indian School, Phoenix. Ariz., June 16. i;;03. SEALED PROPOSALS. endorsed "Proposals for subsistent e. etc.." and addtess-yl to the undersigned at Phoe nix. Ariz., will be received at thU school until two o't lock p. m. of July 10. l'.'O.I, for furni.-hirg anil delivering at the s hoid. ns requited during the fiscal year ending June CO, . 1!)4. 2)0 cords wood. lMi.rOO pounds pjijt -es. ifO.CMO pounds o.iions. U.r,(i0 fset lumlier, 1.C40 feet iro.j pipe, besi les a quantity of' bibbs, valves, unions: v.i-r.ches, brass washer, boilers, pi-e threading machine, machinists drill, etc.. as per list and specification obtainable at the school. I'wh'ers will ftate specifically the price of each orticie t be offered under contract. All articles so offered will be Mibjoct to rigid inspection. Th right Is reseived to reject any and all l.ido or ary part of any bid if denned for the best interests of the service. Ka h bid must be accompanied by a certified check or draft upon some I'nited Stat et, depos'tory or solvent na tional bank, made payable to the order Xif the Commissioner of Indian Affairs lor at lcart five per cent of the amount of the proposal, said ch i k or draft to b? fjrfe;trl to the I'nited States in ase a bidrler rcrciir.g an award sh;:ll fail to exei-ut promptly a satisfactory contract i.i aoniante with his bid. otherwise Vt be returned to the bidder. Hids act ompanfed by c ash ia lieu of certified r he k.s wyll not b- considered. For further infoi matiun. r.pifly to CHAKI.E3 Y. GOODMAN. Superintendent. Fi .-. publication June IS, 1"0.3. M0RENCI REMINISCENCES Incidents of the Late Campaign Not Previously Recorded. Mr. H. M. haoiran is manager-"; ene of thu fiii -st hotels in the territory and the officers of both regiments jTieatly enjoyed hi.i h ispitality. The Nn-aifs troop, und.r Captain Perkins, was greatly admired for the manly s;poea: ; nee of Its members and for its discipline. It !uclud1 among its members all . 1 , .. .. . . L. . the county otl'cers. a "yi'f and i: run. sur' farrier. Lieutenant I'.Ionel I ice hderfer trav eled several humlre.I miles t i rwih liis if simnt. ami Is on of the most jiopu !ar oflii evs i:-j it. He was !at . but he came as "inn as he could. The officers of the regular anny were glad to find .Arizona's adjutant general a West Pointer. , , . A number of ihe men were oi.lrs d to report at the Lon?feiiov hosftitai and were skillfully and kindly cared for by Dr. Ditz im' Miss Darby, the lxtter a graduate of the ( :k county hospital. Two of tli" chaplain's duties w:re to look alter I lie men in the hospital m:-.d to distribute mail to the rcg'mer.t. Ho had a tomplete alphabetical and company list of the soldiers, their next ft lends and their ."ddres.ses. Til.? Sun cay morning and e vening services aiiet the prayer meeting were well attended. Morenci is thought by senne io be the most important mining town in Ari zona. Many hundreds of thousands of dollar" have been expended there. Tile smelter has a capacity af.SOQ. Inns per day. Some of "the imineiNe engines vere manufact a red in Manchester. England, as when thev were bought ror: large enough were built in Amer ica.' It Is estimated that the miners at Morenci wove losing at the rate of $7.fC0 per day, or $77,000 for the t?n preceding the coming of the National Guard. The Copper oomoany has built a larg; ami beautiful buildingETAONI large and beautiful library building for the use of its employes. It includes halls, howling alleys, a well-supplied reading room, large gymnasium, etc. T rrar, never before In n oily with not 3 single rtrvet or public square. The te.wn bgan its grewth without a street or a place for" one. Each new comer leveled a pi i e largo e nough to buii l his hou;-.e. with little refert-nce to an.. other house. Sometimes ycu may find a squad of four or live houses lined up, but this I"s unusual. One of th-- fav ait-; amusements of the regulars was "tossing in thr blan ket." Some of the soldier bovs e-ame near killing themseU'es on the Ixmpfellow incline and turn-table, until the ofii- ers found out what was goitu; on and iU'fP-4 tlic "4aairi'cua SfotU. t t riiULNlA nAKrKi BREAD A loaf of our Bread will pltaia 1. you and do you good. It's a j. body builder. It satisfies that Jj hungry feeling which affects the ? vigorous: it tones the appetite !. and builds muscular tissues; It la sweet and whqlesome, the J beet 5 cents worth you ever J- bought. isssssssssssssssssissilllllMaaBslllllllllllM Phoenix Bakery and Confectionery LUWAKU IISLLI, Prop. 7 West Washington Street Established 1881 'Phone 821 3E I'r.i several impanies o.rjoyed josh ing ono another, but" were 'n the best of leitr.s and will all be benefited by th" opportunity of becoming b"lter ae 'uaintcil. One o" the bravest n.en in More mi Mr. J. F. Cleveland, who accompanied Colonel Mctlintock on his ride up th? hill into the ranks of the rioters on Thursday afternoon. The guardsman were indebted to. Mr. Cleveland for many kind attentions. ' Two members of im; of tha militiu comiianies ivtp jcariied on the evenirg before they were called out te go to More... I. In th" target practice at Lordsburg on Thursday f'oinpany C. of Tempe. won in two of the events and t'ompany P.. of Phoenix in one. Two of the Ik ?t shots w'r e mat-' hy Serge-ar.t "lyue Horning and Sergeant George Muter of Company H. . The guardsmen were indebted to Professor Druglas and other friT.ds of the oppL-r companies for mar:;- cour tesies. ATtcr tlie' litiren soli: is had b en doing tuard duty for some days a member e:f one of the c-ompanies e-ame to his i ommar.ding officer and said: "Captain, wlen I joined tlv guard I w as all right... but later an act-idem truscd mo to provide mysilf with a cork leg an 1 mv stump is tired travel ing over these hills and rocks. H. r HOT WEATHER WEAKNESS. If you feel fagged out. listless and kiik-ing in energy, you are perhaps suf fering from the debilitating effects of summer weather. These symptoms in dicate that a tonic is needed that will create a healthy appetite, make diges tion perfect, regulate the bowels and impart natural activity to the liver. This. Herbir.e will do; it is a tonic, laxative and restnrattve. H. J. Free gard. Propr.. Grand View Hotel. Cheney, Kan., writes: "I have used Herbine for the last 12 years. and noth ing on earth can beat it. It was rec ommended to me by Dr. Newton. .New ton Kan." COc at Elvcy & Hulett's. WhM ed the Fhirtwdist man ? Phila delphia Ret ltd. TOO GREAT A IUSK. In almost every neighborhood some one has died from an attack of colic or cholera morbus, often before medicine could be procured or a' physician sum moned. A reliable .remedy for these diseases should be kept at hand. The risk Is too great for anyone to take. Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy has undoubtedly saved the lives of more people and relieved more pain and suffering than any other medicine' in- use. It can always be de pended upon. For sale by all drug gists. Fair play doesn't lady. Chicago News. always win fair WON'T FOLLOW ADVICE PAYING FOR IT. AFTER In a recent article a prominent phy sician says, "It is next to Impossible for the physician to get his patients t") carry out any prescribed, course of hy. giene or diet to the smallest extent he lias but one resort left, namely, the drug treatment." When medicines are used for chronic constipation, the most mild and gentle obtainable, such as Chamberlain's Stomach & Liver Tab lets, should be employed. Their use is not followed by constipation as they leave the bowels in a natural and healthy condition. For sale by all drug gists. Many a girl's face is her mlcf u-tune. Philadelphia Record. o CONSTIPATED BOWELS. To have good health, the body should be kept In a laxative condition, and the bowels, moved at least once a day, so that all, the poisonous wastes are expelled daily. Mr. G. L. Edwards, 142 n! Ma'.n St.. Wichita, Kansas,, writes: "J have used Herbine to regu late the liver and bowelsj for the past ten years, and found it a reliable reme dy." 50c at Elvey & Hulett's. To pay ci.mplimtnts is much easier than to pay debts. Chicago News. Your railroad ticket should read di rect to the Coronado Tefit City grounds If you are going there for your vaca tion. Don't open a set of account books w hen you do a kindness for anybody. AtUu-u 'JK be. H-H-H 11 1 .j....i..t,.1..i..8..t..I..1..l..1..1..1..I,,t,,i..l.,t.,I.,.,,,i,,I.,i.,t.,l,.,i,.1, i t tl HMIIII t pular Wans till JT PCT OBI 1 W All advertisements running for less time i ( For Sale Purnished Booms FOIt SALE Th best vacant lot at HnTx7sHLD UOOil wTnTTah Iron Springs at a bargain. Sre Ir . balh at .4S w. A. lams St., Piatt. US W. Washington St. r r : : . It fc, cheap rooms. b-st sl--!!ng tjuat- AIX'TIOX Today at S3 Fjuth Ui avf.. tors in th- city, at th Shakrpaie. beginning at 1 p. m.; large lot of mie- r.70,, wr; Z . - ,, , , .. THntE l;OOM furnished for tiou- ccllaneous goods: also d.esser, com- k , wth bath all(, vset. mode. U refrigerators. W chest. ,n carpets, buggy I ole, ott. be lr., springs, mirror, oil and gasoline htoves, ladler, ai:l gtr.tlemen'n h!- PBOPESSIONAU cytios. tarpenter's tools, rit.-;s. shot - gUn. (hairs, rockets, tables, writii sr CHARLES S. ROtiKRS tlate of Wash- ' desk. Phienlx Auction Co., jita ti.m- ington. D. ".), solicitor f pat-nt and ccrs. . Infringement lar. Vli W?Vt ThirJ FoTTsAXlTldIUk in. farm Street. Los Angolen.jL wagon. Easy tern:s. Commercial D. L. CONNOR. tteopath The or.lv totral graduate In the territory undr th FOR SALE One 'of the best paying fA0umlf of 1 ,ntfe- Dr; T' . , . , , American School of Osteorathv. urug stores in Arizona. Address P. , i. ( box 414 Kirks Vills. ilo. Office 8 West Adam--. ' ' 1 Phoenix. Ariz. Oaice "phone Hl. FOli SALE Six full-blood Toulouse lies, "phone I0S2. . t " i r' . ... i- . i . ...... " FOR SALE Span of sound horses. 4 years old. weight 1.1U0 pounds. Phoe nix Auction Co.. 33 South 1st ave.. fJeo. F. McLean, Mgr. FOR EXCHANGE Two small farms j In California for hous and lots or farm land near Phoenix. Ariz. II. Riddle. No. 1" North First avenue. FOR SALE Forty acres old alfalfa; old water: good location: direct from owr.er. Address Mesa Hotel, Mesa. BROWN S MILLENIAL TEXT-BOOK; 500 Bible references on impending events; price 19c. Eugene Brown, Phoenix. FOR SALE Camp at Iron Springs. Fine location. See J. Ernest Walker, real estate, loans, insurance. FRANCIS FRAZIERl dealer in Para dise valley lands. This valley has the slrnntAQt nnilprflnw nvit tVio tnoe water in the territory. Address box!and b,?ne. ard absorbed into th 133, Tempe, or call at the Titus ranch, FOIt SALE A Densmore typewriter No. 2, in good condition. Apply at Republican office. For Cent FOR RENT 2 Furnished rooms for light housekeeping; use of bath: shade and lawn; orijrar line, ciose in. .'11 North First street. FOR EXCHANGE Forty acres of land in California for house and lot ia Phoenix. H. Riddle. 17 N. First ave. FOR RENT In the Anderson block, the best located storeroom in the city, with basement: also some of the most desirable office: rooms in the city io suits and in single rooms "on second floor. Apply to L. E. He wins, No. 42 East Adams street. ' FOR RENT Furnishfea and unfurn ished houses; all sizes, kinds and prices: also, houses, lots and ranches for sale. W. K. James, room 5, Nich olson building. HclD Wanted WANTETJ An electrician, also -i plumber. Apply William Evans. 1H West Adams St.. Phoenix. t WANTED Girl lor general house j It Is rfssihle to attend a graduating work: family of two. Apply to Mrs. j programme these days when a twatins S. Oberfelder. 74a North Center street. ! Iain outs'le w ill relieve the audin. orr.er MeKlnley. of the nain of hearlrg what th grd- ..rrr . ; r 77 uates are saying. Ate hison G1oh. WANTED A woman for housework in I a small family; 25 a month and ex penses to go to Jerome. Address I Las kin. Jerome. Ariz. Situations Wanted WANTED Situation by Japanese Harry as cook and baker in mining camp, hotel or boarding house. Call or address English Kitchen. 20 and 27 N. 1st St.. Phoenix. Ariz. MIDDLE-AGED Eastern-man (Chtis tian). desires position ef trust (tem porary or permanent); bookkeeper, salesman, w atthman. col'.c-ctor: refer ences; moderate salary. X, Republi can office. Lost and Pound ONE remarkably fine peacock has strayed from his home; one wing is cut off to prevent flying too far; in formation as to his present place- of abode, or return to Tivoli garden, r.ow the Cornucopia club, -v ill " be reasonably well paid for. J. H. "W. Jensen. Secretary. ' Miscellaneous Wants WANTISXkidTs Ies3 than ten hundred lbs weight. Enquire at McClures drug store. WANTED All kinds of furniture and houschedd goods: will pay spot i-ash. Pfrjenix Auction Co.. auctioneers. WANTED Cool room, close in, shady porch, modern conveniences; reason . able. F. S.. this office. BARBECl'KD meats every'day at the Phoenix Meat Market. 41 W. Wash ington. Joe Bush. Tel. 12Sr. Meats will be delivered. WANTED To buy or rent w ith privi lege of buying, a ranch of from 20 to 40 acres with water right, .within easy driving distance of Phoenix. Address J. B. C. Republican. BEST table board in the city at the Dorris; reasonable. 32 S. Second ave. MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi enced card reader, tells past, x present and future. Ladies, 25c; gentlemen, 50 cents.. 231 Buchanan street, corner of Third street. ' WANTED 160-acrc tracts or less un der Grand, Maricopa or Salt River Valley canals. W. J. Murphy, First ami Adams sts. CLOTHING or delicacies for the poor and sick can be left at the rooms of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, corner of Monroe and Central Ave. ' They will be carefully distri buted. Those In need olease call. WANTED You to know that we will pay you cash for your second-hand goods, or will exchange new ones for tlr-in. Dvrri3-Heyiiia.il Furniture Cc. -H'M 1 t 1 1 II I 1 ! i ! 1 1 I I I 1 I It s L MM 1X0 0 TT" 4 than one month roust be paid ia dce E. E. PASCOE. Notary Public. Coor? anclng a ppt-lalty. Acknowledgements taken. 110 North Center trt. ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW. TIIOS. J. PRESCOTT-Corporauon and commercial i.aw a fjwcianj. noooi i-S-ld Cotton block. Phoenix. Aria. Arthur J. Edwarla. & MORTON. Oliver P. Morton. EDWARDS Lawyers. 19 S. Center St. Phoenix. Aria. FAINLESS removal of corns or bunion. rices 50 cents each. Privacy aurrd lay or night. Fashion Barber Shop, basement, cor. Center and Washington Sts. TeL 236C Frank Shirley. A SPLENDID REMEDY. Neuralgia pa!r.s. rheumatism. lum bago and sciatic pi-Ins yield to th pentrating infiuene-e of Ballard's Snow I Liniment It tenettates to the r.rves blood, its healing properties are con veyed to every pari oi me oo'iy nj effec t syme v:t nderful cures. Mr. l F. Moore, agent Illirois Central Hall way. Milan. Tenm. states: "I hav used B..l'.ar-1's Snow Liniment for rheumatism, backache, etc.. in my fam i'y. It is a splendid remedy. W couli not do without it." 25o. 5oe and tl."0 at Elvey & Hulett'9. If vou don"t lik? anyone, call him a. gazaboo; It is one of those new word which mean nothing and which i-on.s-quently mean everything. Atchisoa Globe. c Mr. II. P. Burbage. a student at U. in Greenville. S. C had been trouble! for four or five years with a continuous cough which he says, "greatly alarm! me, causing me to fear that I was In the first stages of consumption Mr. Burbage. having seen Chamberlain"- Cough Remedy advertised. conclude-J to try it. Now read what he says of it: "I soon felt a remarkable changre ami after using two bottles of the twenty five cent size, was permanently cur4." Sold by all druggists. Dinlomatie ltlatior.s have b r. srr- jtio, between two Atchison vuiiim. j One of them criticised a house th 'other is building Atchison Glotw. TAX ON PABIES. Extreme hot- weather is a gr-at tax upon the digestive pvvr of babi-s; when puny and feeble they shou'.d b given a few doses of White's Cream Vermifuge, the childrens" tonic. It stimulate and facilitate the digestion of their food, so that they soon betom strong. healthy and active. 2"c at Ei vey & Hulett's. BE''Hl"ANA ENGLISH. - The Kosanta ea Becoana. a lWhui naland native paper, has the following: "A native correspondent asks the fol lowing question in the Kroonstad Times, a new. bi-weekly and bi-lingual I paper published in that town: I U i ight that a police should corm- into a man's house at 5 o'clovk in th- morn ing, and walk into his bedroom when his wife is sleeping with' him. and t. peke his wife under her ritw with hi little stick, and ask them to show tlv-'.r passes?' Strange to relate, ther Is nt explanation of thia b-irbarous tneth.wl of administering municipal law."" lu indignant surprise at the Times s term ing the episode- "amusing" it ejacu lates: "Ou new contemr.iry"s risi ble whim is abominably unique." St. James Gazette. o Try Chamberlain's Stomach & IJver Tablets, the best physic- For sale by all druggists. I'NCLE SAM'S EXPENSES. - What does It cost to run th govern ment? This year the expenditure will be about S",M. or.ni. fxw. including JlSi-'v.-000 for the postal service, which in nearly self-sustaining. The revenues will amount to about $?4.im. leav ing a surplus of $4.';.'H").i,". I-ast ar' surplus was $91.o00.ooo. of which sHn $70,000,000 was used in the redemption of government securities. The heaviest item in our national expenditure Is th peusron account, which now amounts to J138.0OO.0O0 a year, or nearly $4'm a day. REALTY BARGAINS. A good speculation, IG aires. iith W. R , In Ar izona. Spec ial j ri.-e. T-) per A. " A Choice Residence. ' 7-R. hi i-k in Rem. en's addition. All modern Improvements. Price for short time. Only $2800, Part Cash. We have tome of the best bargains in the Salt River valley. TAYLOR (SL SON. Real Estate and Mining Inv-stmvct 118 North CtUlcr i-trctU .