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TII12 AltlZONA KKPrnTjICA3T, SATUKDAV JIOKMNC, .IAXUAKV . 3, 1004.
"We have New Goods in our New Show Cases for our New Year's trade, and hope we may have many new friends during 1904, to whom we now extend our New Year's Greeting, and especially to all our old friends. EZRA W. T H AYER 124-126 East Washington Street 127-133 East Adams Street REMEMBER THE WHITE HORSE I N FRONT. GROUND GIVING WAY Disaster Overtakes Commonwealth Mine, Necessitating Shut-down. The Tombstone Prospector says that on Monday last the Commonwealth mine at Pearce closed down: the cars and other utilities on the several levels were brought to the surface, the force of miners, about 200, were paid off and discharged, the fires were drawn, and a busy little camp ceased to produce the precious metals. The caupe of this deplorable suspen sion of the Commonwealth is due to the fact that the mine is giving way the mine has yielded several million dollars during its six years' operation, and it is but emerging from an em bryo state of development so tu speak when a catastrophe lntervense and stops production for the time being. DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure Deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi tion of the mucous linincr of the Eusta chian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result, and unless the in flammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh. thanks for the box of oranges which ycu Say you have shipped to me. My little bo has been sick, st.Kl i:i 1 '.!: convalescence is a fiend on crangos. The box will prove as big a treat for him aa for me. From experience with oranges ycu have sent me in th2 past I am about of the opinion the Arizona brand of oranges la the best that grows. I only hope I may at some time be able to repay my many obligations to you. Wishing on a merry Christmas and a happy new year, I am, Very truly yours, CARTETt H. HARRISON. Strangers call and insoect our work. American Cleaning AVojUs. E. Wash that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free.-- F. J. CHENEY CO.. Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family nils are the best. MAYOR CARTER K. HARRISON Has Experienced the Exhilarating' In fluence of Arizona Orang'es. , , . i . . . , . I n mi ii i iiuiiiiiik i.' lj l nil niiiaiiicu i-wiimi- Square sets are said to bavr yielded tirn of the mucous surfaces. to the enormous weight upon them as We will give One Hundred Dollars for if .nnstnirtpd nf matches. and the ' any case oi L'eainess v-ause.i i y raiai i n ground is cracked to the surface, an unmistakable assurance that the pres ent workings are doomed to abandon ment, and with this knowledge before the management, even the timbermen have been .forbidden the mine. There is no possibility of staying the disaster, which Is certain though possibly slow; and while awaiting the culmination of the climax the camp must remain as quiet as though abandoned, for the company will not be able to resume operation until the extent of the damage shall have been ascertained. U is likely that the cave-in will be complete, in which event pew work ings will have to be commenced from Hie surface, and although machinery !s on the ground for this purpose, the rehabilitation of the property will prove both tedious and expensive and will entail loss and hardship to those who will be compelled to abandon their homes and seek a livelihood elsewhere. Arizona oranges are gradually find ing their way into the hearts and stomachs of the best pfoplu of thv I'nited States and there same people are from time to time testifying to the truth that is in them. Not inly the brethren in general but the class leaders themselves are being hoard from in these "experience" meetings, and what they iia e to say sounds good, looks good in print, and really is good. The latest testimony of the kind is the foil wing loiter, which is entirely self-explanatry : Mayor's Office, Chicago, Dec. 22, 'Do. A SERIOUS DISAPPOINTMENT. The i?cnta Fe restaurant is closed but not for good: only for a couple of hours to give the help a little recrea tion for New Year's. A hundred cus tomers ran against closed doors ami went away angry. The no'J.se is open for business today. SHOT IN THE BACK Miner Named La Chance Killed His Partner, Win. BlacK. The Commonwealth Is numbered among the best producing mines in the i Mr. Paul Kruger, Phoenix, Ariz, southwest, and although the company Dear Sir: Your letter of the 15th is a close corporation, it is known that I has been received. Please accept my Sheriff Lewis brought in a prisoner fiom Dos Cabezas, named Emory La Ch-nco, who was bound over to appear before the grand jury on a charg? of murder,-says the Tombstone Piospe'. t or. The dead man is named 'Willi: m DIaek. a partner of the prisoner in yonit; Tr.ining properties in the Chiricahu; mountains. From all accounts a s r ious tragedy occurred at the lonely camp of the two partners, and the pris oner was held to the grand jury with out bail in view of the damaging cir cumstances that appear to surround the killing. Attorney W. V. Puribir. of this city, nnpeared for the prosecution at Wilcox yes-terday. and from him it A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS THE BOSTON STORE. Ladies' Outing Flannel Gowns, in pink or blue stripes, trimmed with solid color, worth $1.00 each, now selling at, each Solid Pink or Blue Outing Gowns, trimmed with neat braid, for, 5j each .' S Heavy Outing Gowns, tucked yoke, neatly trimmed, full length, only, j each i Fine Outing Flannel Gowns, elaborately trimmed, worth $2.00, upw selling at, each : n Kimonas, full length, in pink or blue outing flannel, nicely trimmed, 3 our price, each N Misses' Short Muslin Skirts, tucked and hemstitched, worth 75c each, our price, each ; Misses' Drawers, tucked with lace edges, worth 25c each, our price, each Misses' OutingGowns, all sizes, worth 05c each, now selling at, each Ladies' Gray Ribbed Vests and pants, each Misses' Gray Ribbed Union Suits, now selling at, each Infants' Eiderdown Coats, in white, red and blue, worth $2.00, now selling at, each 4 Ladies' Flannel Waists, all colors neatly trimmed worth $2.00, now C selling at, each J Ladies' Jackets, all the new styles, in tan, black and castor, worth $12.50 each, now selling at, each J Ladies' Cravehette Coats, full length, with cape over shoulders, flj worth $20.00 each, this week's price ' J) I Ladies' Silk Coats, neatly trimmed, well lined, worth $15.00 each, our price, each J THE BOSTON STORE. did y i:!f- It 13 learned that the decerned was shot In the tuck and h:s head beaten with some dull Insti utnent. La Chance did not deny t!i killing, but claimed r defense. The tr.igcify occurred at the tort camn of the two jartners and no eve witnesses to tho killing we:e pres ent. It was understood, however, that the partners had previously quarrekd, the cause of which was not made known at the examination. A gun. claimed to have been carried by Black, was produces, tut it was empty and held no cartridges. Th? circum stance of the wounds on the deceased. In connection with the stoiy of the de fense, was not regarded as clear and the prisoner was held fcr the invesii gatlon of the grand jury, without ball. 0- NEW YEAR'S DAY 1904. To the Kditor of The Republican. Sir: Permit me to thank you for urging greater moderation in celebrating the advent of the new year. The result was most gratifying indeed. No one objects to a brief ringing r.f bells and blowing of horn?, but -what end, either of pleasure or profit, is to be gained by prolonging the agony I have never been nble to conjecture. A year ago 1 was lying very il! in Grace hospital, De troit, and the shriek of the whistles was prolonged for more than an hour. I shall never forget the horrcr of it. it was so rpat. From a wide experi ence in eastern cities I am belter pre pared to ".appreciate the considerate course of th? citiaer.s cf Proenix last r.lght. I trust their humane example will be a lesson to other cities in the fu ture. Sincerely yours, J. 31. PHILPUTT. A HAPPY EW YEAR Estimated. "Papa, what's the difference between the fitter Ten and the Four Hun dred?" "Oh. abnut S.OoO.OOO.'Life. Honest Prescription Work. (Our Motto.) I rv-r-i ?:. ii benaJ if 4l Is our wish, to you, and to a great extent this is depend ent on your trading at our store, for oiir greatest aim and desire is' to please all our patrons. " ' We wish to thank you -all for your liberal patron age during the year of 1903, arid we shall endeavor to give you bdter values during 1904 than ever before. This Season Has VMlnessed a Vst Improvement in Our . TAILORING DEPARTM'T Both in the assortment of woolens and linings, and the fit of our garments. Under the per sonal supervision of our Mr. H. K. Ringholm, who is an expert cutter and tailor, we are turning out the most perfect fitting and correct garments of the season. Try us for your new suit. OGDO "Nelson & Sons' SHOES 'J. 5. Bannister A Complete Line of These Makes of Footwear. EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED. 9- r- fc. w kj. V3 pecia 1 for S atur day Only. I Men's Golf Shirts, made up in "Madras" and "Percale" f Light and Dark Colors. GOOD VALUE AT $1.00 OUR PRICE 55c FOR SATURDAY, it This seeminsly 'ool spell breeds lots nf k'nlils and kindred deseares :ind rl when your Do v tor hands you PHE-'f SCRIPTIQXS brins them to P. EAR j; where you get honest work done proper prices. TEAR delivers ALL l'rosiriiti)n work and goods FREE to any part of the city. You get what you ask for at BEAR'S DRUG STORE, G O L, EXCLUSIVE OUTFITTERS FOR MEN Send us your prompt. Opposite City Hall. mail orders. We are A HAPPY NEW YEAR. ii V y , . g AND BOY5 I L1,".' uMwwjru iT'j-ja;, "Lmatx TO MY NUMEROUS CUSTOMERS AND THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL. Thcnking you for the liberal pat ronage extended to me in the past, and hoping to receive a continuance of the same in the future, I am, very respectfully, yours. ; NICHOLSON, THE ARTISTIC TAILOR AND CUTTER. Phone Red 965 . 37 West Washineton Street. A Fine and Complete Stock of Runabouts and All Styles of Carriages and Wagons. Horse Blankets, Winter Lap Robes and Harness , CLARK-PRATT VEHICLE CO. CANCERS AND EXTERNAL GROWTHS remoireU without ths knife oY severe measures I. Ilibhard removes all external growth by loral mod icnt inn. His method is wfe, nre and ne eftil. TI.e doctor makes a tteriRlty of rhrotii'. dixeasen Mild removl of abnormal growth. Tlie knife us ii well known i an absolute failure in many eases. lr. Hihliard's method is sueeessful when success isolit:n. alilc. Ilissvslein is rational and eicntilic n'l will lie fill. explained to the alt'.icted free of clinrg . Thousand every year die in the l.'nit. d States Mmpty lvccan-e the dis. a is not clearly understood aixl therefore cannot lie risliti'y treated. Cases are railed incurable which ran be cured and without resorting to the knife, with but little pain and complete safety, 'ihosi who ufier from diarases cf ih B-xual nd uriaary orctn from contracted disorders in4 sm'nal weakness should at once re -oa-nize the known resultn of tuch complaints To such we offer the bst, most scientif c and successful treatm nt. Hibbard Building. 2S South Second Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona. Consultation Free Ilouri 10-12, 1-3, 6 7. . n 14 H Any time you need Black Tafetta Silk this year be sure and get 4 'Blue Seal." ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED N6T TO CRACK. The genuine has the words "Blue Seal Guranteed" woven in the selvedge. There are many imitations, but only one "Blue Seal." 27 Inches Wide, '$1.25 Yard. Store closed all day today. Happy New Year. mmwLnwswn.,1 , , , U t t V, "ii....rii.i..rir..-l--: jg.yj-t ' , ffi'.1 'TT 'iff . .".TT