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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2, 1004.
PUBLISHED BY THE Arizona Publishing Co. GEO. W. VICKERS. Pre, and Gen. Mgrr. Exclusive Morning Associated Prean Dispatches. The only Perfecting Press In Arizona. The only battery of Linotypes In Ari zona. Publication office: 3C-S8 East Adams street. Telephone No. 471 Entered at the postofflce at Phoenix, Arizona, as mall matter of the second class. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By ma'il,' daily, one year 19-00 Weekly, one year 1.00 Cash In advance. BT CARRIER. Dally, per month 7J cts. Arizona visitors to the Coast will find The Dally Republican on sale at the fol lowing; places in Los Anfrelcs: Hollen beck hotel news stand, and B. F. Gard ner. JOS South Spring; street. PHOENIX, ARIZONA. JAN. 2, 190. Size of the Labor Question. Hy far the biggest question before the American people today, in the opin ion of the Boston Journal, is the right of the Individual man to work if h? chooses to work, to refuse to work if the wages or other conditions of em ployment don't suit him, and "to be let alone when parties in whose af fairs he has no interest and ever whom he has no control are fighting out some quarrel of their own." It is a big question a tremendous one, a fear-compelling one as to the manner cf its final solution. And the wonder is that the serious, the think ing, the patriotic among our eighty mid millions of people are on the whole so rlrw to grasp it, so cautious in ad mitting that the present attitude of or ganized labor toward the industry and the business of the country presents a constant menace to the survival of the principles laid down in the declaration f independence, a standing obstacle in the path of our progress and pros perity as a people. The Boston Journal is only one of a comparatively few newspapers that have the courage cf their convictions in this direction. Too many of them that wield a great iti lluence are apparently afraid to ap proach the issue squarely; others open ly betray their nervous and timid prejudices on the side cf organized la bor: and not a few are open-mouthed "organs" of the leaders who are res ponsible for most of the vicious poli cies of the labor cause. It is there fore inspiriting to hear our Boston contemporary call things by their right names. Referring to the recent and present labor strikes the Journal says that this condition of affairs is "monstrous.' "It is something." It adds", "that cannot long be tolerated in a free country. Un lers we are to give up law and order and government, and accept anarchy as our normal state, the forcps of so ciety must assert themselves to put down, at whatever cost, such attacks uprn decency and the social order." The "forcts of society" are asserting- themselves to this end but too slowly, it Is much to be feared. The re cently organized national association of emplrycrs is one form of this "as sertion" but only one. and some timid souls cry cut that the movement is for "war" and not for "industrial peace." But when, pray was a really great cause ever left to drift peacefully to its cv.-n solution? Never! It has to be fought out. Within the t:cxt half-year both the two greet pclitlcal parties In the Unit ed Stater, will hold national conven tions and adopt platforms. Both the latfr will abound, no doubt in well roundel periods more or less platitu dinous on the currency, Cuba,, the Pa nama canal, the Philippines, the tariff, the ballot, the trade cf the far east, and so on. But will eiiher party dare to tell the nlain truth about organized labor and its politics? Will either care or deem It politic to take a firm stand on the "biggest question be fere ih American people today?" The Medal of Honor Bill. Our most scholarly contemporary, the New York Sun, never lows sight of the fact that General ' LfoiKiuI Wood is in existence and that friends are endeavoring to give him a fixed T'lace in the military hall of lame. Regarding- a bill to amend the medal cf honor act the Sun says: This is avery singular bill. It is for warded from the wax department to congress with the strong recommenda tion that it be Inserted in the Sundry Civil b!M: ' That the president of the United States be. and Is hereby authorized to caiiFe 3000 'medals of honor' to be pre pared with a. suitable emblematic de vices upon the su.me or Improved de signs, as heretofore issued, and to di I'vt that the same be presented, in the name of congress, to such officers, ron commissioned officers and privates, or tr those who formerly served ap such, as have most distinguished themselves by their gallantry In action and other soldierlike qualities, and also to replace by such medals those that have already been Issued under the joint resolution cf congress approved July 12. 1S62, ani section 6 of the act of congress approv ed March 3, 1S63; and the sum of J12.000, or so much therecf as is necessary, is hereby appropriated to defray the ex penses of the same." The peculiarity of the measure is in the four word.-?, "and other soldierlike qualities." Here a apparently a proposition to uniqbe;l issue new four-dollar medals of honor, for gallantry in action and other sol dierlike qualities end to replace with the same the medals of honor already issued for gallantry in action alone. For the new medals of honor the holders' of the same will be expected, as it appears, to exchange their old medals of honor, isued to them under the authorization of the act of March 3, 1863, which provided for medals for he roes thus described : "Such officers, non-commissioned of ficers and privates as have mo?t dis tinguished or who may hereafter most distinguish themselves In action." The measure now strongly recom mended by the war department adds the words "and other soldierlike quali ties" to the previous requirement of distinguished gallantry "in action." Would the effect be to legalize and render lcgitima.te a new medal of honor for General Leonard Wool in place of that bestowed upon him in 1S98, not for distinguished gallantry "in action," but for "other soldierlike qualities" exhib ited by him in the Geronimo campaign at a time when, in the language of the secretary of war's order awarding tha medal, he vVas "constantly expecting an encounter" which did not occur. CURRENT COMMENT J A NATURAL AQUARIUM. An aquarium containing every breed of fish and fowl, reptile and plant that has n hebitation within the confines of the constantly expanding territory that is guarded by the folds of the American flag is the plan recently pro posed by Secretary Cortelyou for t.ae capitol city, and one which he will recommend to congress as an adjunct of the bureau of f.sh and fisheries. His Idea has already received the com mendation of all who have learned oi it, the benefit of such an establishment being acknowledged. If the plans are made effective by the necessary co-operation of congress the aquarium to te established in Washington will surpass anything of the kind on this continent, both in size and the scope of its work. During the several exhibits made at the exposi tions in Chicago. Omaha, Buffalo and elsewhere the fish commission has made a careful study of the aquarium and has the benefit of that knowledge, now that it may be called upon to con struct this ambitious work. It is expected that fish and animals from every part cf the country will havf; a place in the gardens connected with the aquarium, and as a school for the study of this class of li'e 't will maintain a high position. Scien tists, school children and their teach ers and others will find the national aquarium a storehouse of knowledge piscatorial, and as an addition to the buildings and rarks of the city it can not be too highly commended. The location of the lakes and houses t. not been decided, thin and other de tails being hel l '.v linal consideration until co-igres? takes some action in the maUer. Washington Star. A DOG THE THIEF. Recently a jeweler in Budapest or dered from Amsterdam on account of a customer two brilliants of the total value of 1,000. The gems arrived, and the jeweler was examining them in ; private room when a customer asked to see him. The jeweler left the room, shutting the door and leaving the s'or.es on the table. When he returned ten minutes !ater they had disappeared. He sent for a detective, who searched the room without result. He t'aen observed a little dog under tje table, and, after ascertaining that the animal vps in the room when the toiis dlsupP-ared. de clared that it must Ii.-iw swallowe 1 them. Thereupon the dog v.-as taken to a veterinary surgeon and poisoned. "i. its body being cut optn the billiants were found inside, together wi'.n ether valuables of small sise which had ulso been missed. London Mail. o TO CEYLON BY MAIL. For some years past there hat! beer: a proposal to link the island of Ceyloa to the mainland, of .India, by a. railway carried across the coral reef of Adam's bridge and the island of Rameswaram: and the project hus now been brought within view of completion by the re port of a railway commission, which has just been issued in India, recom mending the construction of a brou't gange line. Geological evidence shows that Ceylon was originally joined to India by a continuous Isthmus, which, accordinc to the temple records of Kamcswaram, was breached by a great storm in 14S0. When the two countries are once more joined together by ;j lailway bridge, and continuous inter -couse is established, the present sys tem, which makes Ceylon a crowo colony, separated from our Indian em pire, will seem more than ever anom alous. London Chronicle MINING IN THE TRANSVAAL. The Tram-.vaal labor commission has reported that the mining industry in the colony is crippled by want of la borers, being 129.634 short of a full complement to work the mines in op eration. Because of the difficulties of obtaining Kalhr labor and white labor ers being unavailable, it is advocating the introduction of Chinese, uncon scious of the evils which such a course, if adopted, will engender. The com mission ought to have learned some thing from California's cxix-ricnces with the Chinese, but it does not ap pear to have done ko. Although th Band mines are expected during the coming year to turn out ns much goid as they did the year the Boer war broke cut,-the greed of the mine own ers for larger returns is evidtntly 11. satiable and they are indifferent to the effects of Chinese cheap labor on the future of the colony so long as they temporarily profit by it. Popular sen timent is fortunately against the, proposition. Pan Kr.incisco Chronicle. Fcr Uncle Sam Alone. It Is very evident that the treasury department doe3 not mean to assist state or mur.iclnal authorities, in -the enforcement of local restrictions in re gard to the sale of liquors or othr-r ar ticles on which an internal revenue tar is paid. In the last publication o"! treasury decisions. Issued Dec. 17. no tice is served to collectors of interna: revenue, district attorneys and all oth ers concerned of one cf the regulations, of the treasury department. This no tice warns United States officers that the bcoks and papers In their custody relating to, the collection of interna? revenue belong to the United States, and officers have no control of then nnd no discretion with regard to sub- i mitting the use of them for anv rthe j purpose. Collectors are openly prohi bited from giving out any special tax records, or any copies thereof, to pri vate persons or tr local officers, and from producing such records or copies' thereof in any stale court. Such officers are warned that when they are served with subpoenas they are to appear ii. court in answer thereto and "respect fully decline to produce the reccrdrf called for, on the ground of beinc pro hibited therefrom by the regulations of this department." Tn some prohibitory state, we believe, the possession of an internal revenue tax receipt shewing that a license has been taken from the national government is accepted as evl denc-e that the hclder is engaged in the sale of liquor. Evidently, however, Uncle-Sam is not groins to help the lo cal authorities to enforce their laws bv showing who has paid internal revjnup taxes Boston Herald. o 1 FOR FOX PROPAGATION. Use Made of Islands on Cort of Alaska. James W. Wit ten, a special Inspector of the general land office, has submit ted 0. report on "fox f-opagation" on the islands along the coast of Alaska. In it. ho says : About twenty years ago the propaga tion of foxes upon small, unproductive islands in Alaska was commenced. These islmds were at first stocked with, one or two paiis, male and female, of silver-gray foxes, selected for this purpose on account of its fur being so much more valuable than that of f.ny other snecies. The wild and un tamable nature of the silver-gray fox unfitted It for a life of this kind, and blue foxes were substituted, and a large number of islands in Prince Will am sound , adjacent t othe islands of Afcg nuk nnd Kcdink. and other islands fur ther to tfre south-westward, are now oc cupied for that purpose. The blue fox is a much more s'.uggish and stupid kind end flourishes better in the semi-domesticated state neces sary In this propagation. In speaking of this fo:c in his report on the fur seels. Professor F. W. True, in refer ring to the islands upon which it is na tive, .says: "Ore is not long on the island before making his (the fox'p) acquaintance, and his movements. p.re a continued source of interest. Now he will be seen trotting along in the distance, turning neither to the right ror to the left, and f.gain he will spring up almoit frcm un der one's feet, giving utterance to his high pitched and querulous bark. There is something uncanny In th dogged persistence with which he follows one's footsteps, falling brtk and barking if one faces about, and trotting near again the Instant one proceeds. I took rains on one occasion when a fox had been folcwing me for some distance, to ascertain whether these little footpad could be readily frightened away. I commenced by throwing largo stones in thf direction of the anirr... I. thinking to alarm it, but it simply drew aside' and let the missiles pa-s and continued to bark as before. Finally I aimed rom small stones dir.ectly at the fox. one of which struck It fonib'y in the fore head. Th" fr-c merely drew !k and barked defiance. As I proceeded the fox t'n-w noar ngaln and fallowed me to the boundary of his domain, for each fox, lik his neighbor, the- bull seal, seems to have a definite territory which he rcgnrds as his own, and upon which he resents intrusion. I once ob served a fox trotting along toward his burrow with a fresh fur sea! placenta In his mouth, and foxes ma,- frequent ly be sen on the outskirts of the rook eries hunting after the placentas. Dur ing ihe siimrrT these artlcler, ?s well as birds' eggs, are eaten by the foxes, birt in the winter.they lead a somewhat precarious existence, subslrting largely upon s?c urehlrir;, which they obtain at low water." It may be readily perceived that very so'-.n tifter the small island referred to have been stocked with fo-e. all of the small birds, vermin and other fool supplies naturally found upon the In lands, would be exhausted and the on rorunt lack of sources from which lie could obtain h!s fool mak?s it neees nrry that the foxes be constantly fed. For this purpose k2pers and attend ants ar" 'stationed on each of the is lands where they catch and previa re flr.h for the foxes and distribute them In small houses built along th 1 sea shore for that purpose. These1 foxes are monogamous, thus: necessitating an equal number of males and fem-les. who appear to live separate. They bear from four to eight and sometimes as hlsh a a dozen young' r.t a time. They live apsrt, to a great extent secluded, and and seldom seen about the resi dence quarters of the keepers, and for this leason it is impossible to determine the exr"ct number 01 live foxes on any part of the Island at any given date. They s'ip Into the feed houses at n:ght for their food, and when the killing sea son arrives the houses are so converted Into traps r.s to afford ingress and pre vent egress, and when a sufficient num. ber of them have been thus confined in the food houses', they are caught and ttjl'tn aliye out o sea. where they are slaughtered nnd skinned. Although the industry has been pro moted for a number of years, it is said to he still n the "xperiment! stage, and h-: not been fully established as satisfactorily remunerative to warrant Its contir.uar.ee.- The nature of this fox Cherry Pectoral If your doctor says this is the best cough medicine you can take, then take it. We are willing tc lesve it whh him. r.rd its habits do not seem to be fully understood, and the industry neers scientific study and we'.l Informed di rrction to bring it to its highest state of development. The gathering, preparation and dis tribution of the food is now so ex-en - : !-ive that it is said to cost $6 to S to , rear each fox, while a skin sells this ' ijcon at from $10 to $in. averaging ' about $12.50. BIGGEST STATION IN THE WORLD Nearly half the four blocks area for the Pennsylvania station in New York has already been cleared and the Erring will see the great space bare oT building?. The purchase of the real e.-tate nnd losses has cost the Penn sylvania railroad over ten 'million dol lars: tuld to this the construction of the approaches and the station and file total expenditures will reach nearly MO C0C.cr-0. The final plans cf the sta tion have not been announced and the architects say that snch plar.s as they have at present may be altered; but, as far as caa be learned, the struct ure will be srmethlng after this fash ion: The bull ling will rise only sixty feet p.br.ve the surface, but from the lower floor to the rocf it will have n hfight cf 160 feet. Its capacity will be twice as large as that of any other station in lb" world, and the train shed will have twenty-five tracks, it will W S'JO feet long and 430 feet wide, thus having : total frontage ff 2. feet. The facade v.i'l be of granite, with great pill.irn at-regular iat?rvuls. The rocf will be of frranite and Iron. The entrance will be on P venth ave nue, end entering this way you will find yourself in a long arcade, flanked by shops of all srrts. CRUELTY IN THE GERMAN ARMY. Casrs of cruelty to privates in the German army multiply daily. The more recent sre that of Frar.szkl.' a non commisicned officer in th" Eighty fifth infantry, who was tried on 1.T20 cruris of crudity and convicted of- HO of them. He got ten years. The inter esting point of the case was that F.rr.szki had left the army and was reiving as a polietmrn in Hamburg when the accusations were made. An (. ther case is tht of a pvivrte who was tried for desc-ition in Koer.igsburg end was renter. ed to nine months' impris cmver.l. .After he had begun to serve his spr.tf rcc th; cas va re-opetsd. It was learned then that he had deserted far fr::r c f his life. Once a non-commissioned tHicer had threatened to run r.im through with his sword. The ori ginal sentence was quashed, and the rc hiier 'restored t duty. No less than ten ;;on-coms" cf his regiment are being tried for crush v. T!:ey Needed a Change. : A yo-j-; wfe, who was inexperience 1 i 1 the mt of housekeeping, not wirhing that h'-r ignorance should peep forth, (idered every day a leg of mutton for dinner. After ccoking legs of vnuttcn Southern Calif or nix LOS ANGELES EFERRED LIvST. P The purpose of this column Is to supply the Arizona puhilc with the names ami addresses cr tnorouthly reliable Los "e lound panic-many valuable Jo those visning ifte ( oast. Jn dealing with Kj pnblican advertisers be sure to tell 'hem where vou saw the advertisement, riicy will appreciate it and so will Thu Hr-nuhhcnn. BOOTS AND SHOES. REGAL SHOES by Mail. per pair, express prepaid. 150 stvlcs for 5!!'.N AND WOMEN. 144 sizes e.nl widths, one price. 5 stores. Tannery to consumer. Catalog and self measure ment blanks on postal re'iucst. Los An coW store 221 W. Third .t., near Broad way. A. S. Vandeprift. Manager. BARRELS AND TANKS. 1 T os Ar.cjeles Cooperage Co. Tanks, bar rels and kegs. Viite for prices. BUSINESS COLLEGES. BRDWNSBER8ER HOME SCHOOL 953 W. 7th St.. LosAnKCles, Cal. Depcrtments: Bookkeeping. Shor'. hand, College Preparatory, English, Telegraphy, Spanish. L;.rge gymnas ium. The only business school in the city that hns recreation grounds, fend for catalogue. :. F. BKOWNSEESGEr! Principal. I.OS ANGELAS. CALIFORNIA. Tho'-ouph courses, high-grade work, auundant teaching force, new and ei Kirn coilei;0 t iiljinK, thousands of sac-e-ssfi:l Graduates. The place to go. Write fcr College. Journal. K. K. I3AACS. President. CARPETS AND RUGS. T. Ulbl.lNCTON CO.. -iV.-WW S. Hroa N wav. Curtains, draperies, China and .fa pun mattings. All kinds of floor cover ings. MACHINERY, ENGINES, ETC. WESTERN IRON' WORKS, WWCR N. Alfcin St., manufact'rs erode oil encores and pumps. Complete irrigating plants. VULCAN IRON WORKS. 917-01!) N. Main St., manfrs. stamp mills, ore crusli err.. well tools. General machine work. H0WIAND E33Bi FiAiNO BARGAINS Pianos, Organs, Talking Maeliinos. Band and Sna'I Inslrum.nt. EVERYTHING IN THE MUSIC LINE, FROM a'oc VVHISTLE TO A PIPE ORGAN. I LOWEST PRICES, EASIEST TERMS OUR ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALES. SALE CLOSES JANUARY 5, 1904 any other dealer. Let us prove It to you. your-terms are ours. Redewill Music Co., Phoenix, Ariz. New York City Bonds return the investor about 3VS per cent, and must be paid for at once. A. Five Per Cent. Twenty Year Gold Bond, equally safe as an investment, can be bought on the instalment plan, on terms that may interest.you. In case of your death in the meantime, - they become at once the property of your wife or other beneficiary. In tvritinp, Ft.it your ns:c and the amonnt on whicli uu wornd hUe terms. The Mutual Life Insurance Company or New York, lilwUAi:i A. McCrr.DV. I'resicleut, Klw Yoke, N. Y. SHIRLEY CHRISTY, Manager. Phoenix, Ariz. on three or four cons xulive days, the (--.ervant ventuicl t suggest a chunye in the menu. -you are oitite right, nridset." sai.l ' the mistress, "we will have a leg of beef today." New York Daily News. 1, TO CURE A COLD IN OK' DAY. Take Laxative Iiromo -u;n:ne Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove s signature is on each box. 2"ic. Easy. In the temporary ahsc-nce of the beauty editor this our.-.-"tloii was hanicJ by mistake to the sporting editor: "How shall one get lid of 'uprrfUi oiw hairs on the upper lio?" "That s easy," he wre in reply. "Push the young man av.hy." IVloney to Loan at Low Rates j For building orcn imp-nved ciiy property. ; Stale Mutual Eulldirg fi. Loan As.ccia'isn j Of I.i.s A line?) s. ChI i If you v-Hiit u lor. ii ( nn i-ur ?tt''n,B. K. f". I' A n(') )K. 1 1'l N I'enter -I . I'll) i-nix. J. EUN'KST WALKKK. Phoenix. Advertisements nc-!'-! establishments. The list Willi IMFLOYMENT AGENTS. Hummel Pros. & Co., lir,-US K. Second t't. Carefully selected help. POULTRY SUPPLIES. ' IIRNRY AI.TIKRS. S15 S. Main I..T--')'St poultry supply house in U. S. Send for frei? catalogue. NURSERY STOCK. - The Vernon Xursey, 4524 Contra! ave, I.os Angeles. 400,000 trees. De cidrous fri.it and nut trees a specialty. Write for price list. A. YARNELI-. propr. Larsest stock of trees in the West. Kiicalvtit us. Acacias, peppers. Cypress, etc. I alms, shrubs ami fruit trees of ev ery description. Catalogues free. Special attention Riven to Arizona or ders Sycamore Grove Nurseries J. J. K. Saint, Prop.. 44 Pasadena Ave nue. l.os Angeles. nClil'ornia. iANATORIUMS. t'PlVATE HOME f-.r ladies dvirip; con finement. H.'St of care. Homes found or children. .Mrs. Dr. C 12. Smith, Til Ueile viio Ave. T:I.T, ARI) Pl'T.MON.V.tY SANATOR IUM. Pasadena, Cal.. Dr. W. II. Mallard, Med;.-al Director. Write for Ponklet. OPTICAL GOODS. ADOLF FRESE Eyeglasses, Optical Oooda ano Draughtsmen and Surveyor's Supplies Manufacturer and importer. Los An geles, ChI.. 12K S. Spring St. Sun.' Tel Mslii n42 'i.-.mp T-1 '" PATENTS. PATENTS. Copyrights, tra'le-niHrks, Labels, V. S. and Eorc-isrn. Infringement suits prosecuted anil defended. Tov.r.ser.il Prim.. Lra.'.Idiry. bile, Kos Anvelcs. Cal I'TEN I'S I laz.ird & Ilarpham. Los Angeles. Send for free book on patents. Kodaks and Photo Supplies, ART PICTURES AMD FRAMING. 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Shower baths, nee lie spray, cabinet bath and plunge tank under cover. Four hours' ride from Hot Springs Junction on the anta Ke, Prescott : Phoenix Railway in a comfortable four horse coach every day except Sunday. Fir.c road, grand scev.ery. "W. M. SELL, Manager. Hot Springs, ,riz. W. J. MURPHY Recti Estate, Insnrince, 102 VYesl 4 Jams Street. s Fitiald rf 6EKEE.L CCMTF.ACTCS2 m SUPERINTENDENTS K-tlmates "uriilshed Koomr lt-lJ-l O'Neill huiid'ng K O. Boa s"S, Pbotni. Anion. i Joe Fifield Geo. H. OaUairheT PHOENIX RESTAURANT. on Kast AVashington street, opens tod-jy, Iin-fnibor 2Hh. lvorything is; : v mrl cL-an. Ph ;.s call on us as we arc expecting you. Regular meals i-'hort orders :rt all ho.irs. y. CONN, Proprietor. ctxisi as Easy" mmmm max -2 COPYRIGHT to cook over gas os over coal or ker osene much ensier in fact. But you ought to think, too, of the freedom from dust and ashes, the immediate produc tion of heat, the saving of temper of wife, cook or housekeepers. N"- delay ed breakfasts when you use gas. As;? us all about it. Phoenix Light. & Fuel Go., Cor. 1st Ave. and Jeffernoru Tel. 2401 You Mxisi 5top for a tool ionm and quiat nlcjlit'ii resl... The Williams House, Mdficopa, Arizona. THE 'CLUB STABLES Ore hi.., k north of ifoti l Adams or N'orth Center Slrept. .vjr.t.Vi I j Safe and speedy stock. W. I . GEORGF & CO. P 0 & iiaHaper L f C. V97 JrN-n- l-.tsr ii i i1- T- a Good Tarr-outt. Good Saddle Ilortcs. DUBLIN CORRAL. LIVERY KD SALE STABLE. A. V. VAN D0RLM, Proprietor. Tel. Rd 153. 19 E. Jefferson St. PRESCOTT-BUSINESS f lKMS. ff ot e IjBja r Re AMERICAN PLAN. PRESCOTT, AHIZOMA. 105 rooms. All modern conveniences, A strictly fust-class and modern holeL Pample rooms for commercial men. fit"f i '"fr 'i1 ' ' 'I' 'i' T Tha I Baslifofd - Bumiister t Company WHOLESALE AND RETAIL t DEALERS IN Ceneral Merchandise Prescott, , Arizona. WE CARRY FULL LINES OF EVERYTHING. WE HAVE A BIG STORE. WE DO A BIG BUSINESS, BT CAN 30 MORE. 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