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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4, 1904.
THE ARIZOM REPUMCM. PUBLISHED BT THE Arizona Publishing Co. 0EO. W. VICKERS. Pres. and Gen. MgT. Excluslre Morning Associated Press he 'only Perfecting Press In Arlsona. Ths only battery of Linotypes in Arl- "pubUcatlon office: S-SS East Adams street. Telephone No. 471 Entered at the postofflce at Phoenix. Arizona, as mall matter of tae second class. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By mall, dally, one year Weekly, one year...... l Cash In advance. BT CARRIER. Dally, per month 71 cU- Arizona visitors to the Coast will find The Dally Republican on saleat ViSiien" lowlrnt places in Loa Ansele. pu.Jd beck hotel news stand, and B. iv. uaro ner. tOi South Spring street. PHOEXIX. ARIZONA, JAN 4. 1904. A Generation of Protection. The Republican, yesterday morning contained an editorial based upon some observations by the Boston Jour nal upon the tariff system of this country and its effects upon the ma terial prosperity cf the country. The tariff can hardly be said to be a par ticularly opportune topic for the reason that there is no considerable element In the country desirous of a change of the system, but it is always a pleas ing: subject of discussion by republican newspapers. A review by the department of com merce and labor printed In this Issue of The Republican contains addition al reasons for congratulation cf the party which has established the pro tection of American industries. It is shown that within thirty-three years the production of steel in this country has Increased from a little mere than l.COO.OOO tons to almost 1,",000,000 tons, tenfold. In 1S80 our Imports of manu facturers' materials amounted to $327, 778,000 and our exports cf manufact urers to J134.228.000. In 1903 we import ed manufacturers' materials to the amount of $480,828,000, but the exports of manufactures had Increased in still greater ratio, for they amounted to mere than $407,000,000. In 1880 there was no tin plate man ufactured in the United States and there were Imported more than 484.000, 000 pounds. Before ten years had elaps ed the business of making tin plate in this country had been established and the industry was put under protection amid the derision of the democrats. In ! 1893 the imports of tin plate amounted! to C28.00CO0O pounds, but there were i manufactured at home 99.000.000 pourlds. Last year the imports fell to 109,000,000 pcunds and the manufact ures rose to 819,000.000 pounds. There was an infant industry nursed Into vigorous life In spite of the declara tion of the tariff reformers that it must die of Inanition. Mr. Walter J. Ballard or Schnecta dy, N". Y., recently collected some in teresting figures on the operation of the pictective tariff. Said he: "From 1790 to 1903, inclusive, Is 114 years. During 55 1-2 years of that pe riod the United States has been under a protective tariff, and IS 1-2 years un der a low tariff. "The real value to us of either tar iff Is how much foreign money we can take In for gocds sold over and above the money we pay out to foreign countries for goods bought. The ex cess of mcney received is national gain. How dots our foreign cash ac count for merchandise bought and sold durlng,lhe 114 years stand? A tabula tion prepared by the bureau of statis tics of the department of commerce and labor, and published In the Con gressional Record a few days ago. gives the answer in detail. That tabu lation summaries as follows: "Under a protective tariff Thirty one years of excess experts, $3,470, 423.915; less 24 1-2 years of excess im ports (Including three of the civil war years), $1,371,397,064. Net excess ex ports, $4,099,026,861. "Under low tariff Forty-eight and one-half years of excess imports, $1, 068,872,161; less ten years of excess ex ports. $553,917,230. Net excess imports, $514,954,931. Total protective tariff gain. $4,C13,981,792. "In other words, protective tariffs. In providing more work, more wages, more homes, more education and more of the comforts of life, have done it to the extent of over four thousand six hundred millions of gold dollars trans ferred from foreign to American pock ets. "Is not that worth 'standing pat' on?" The Panama Canal Treaty. It is quite likely that the message of the president regarding the Panama cunal treaty will be transmitted to congress today though that document muy be held until a later date. The chief interest in it does not lie n its treatment of the alTairs which have been hap pening on the Isthmus since early last November. The views of the president arc alieudy well known. If they could not have been surmised from tlv course of the administration in dealing with the Republic of Panama they would still have been rendered very clear by the recent public address of Assistant Secretary Loomis of tho Mate department. There is now a belief that the treaty will meet with little opposition on the part of the democratic senators. There is no doubt ' a strong desire amonjf them to fasten upon the republican party what Mr. Bailey in the- course of an address on the Cuban bill. called "the blunder of the administration." But while a defeat of the treaty would not alter political conditions on the isthmus it would certainly defer the building of an interoceanic canal even In the event that operations should be transferred immediately to the Nicaragua route. The democratic party has for years been almost unanl mous in its clamor for a . canal and has been frequent In its accusation that the construction of the canal had been defeated by the republican party. Its leaders could not now consistently contribute to any further delay. At the democratic senatorial caucus it was agreed that the vote .of the senators should be directed by the caucus on all questions except that of the Cuban bill then pending and the republican senators were given to un derstand that they would not receive any assistance from the democrats in the ratification of the canal treaty. Since then, however, some of the democratic senators have said that their understanding of the action of the caucus was not very clear and not be ing quite clear could not of necessity be binding. Since then also the legis lature of Louisiana has instructed the senators from that state in the most peremptory manner to vote for the treaty. The legislature of Mississippi will convene today and it Is expected that it will take similar action as to the course of the senators from that state. ABOUT CONGRESSMEN. At length the long felt want of a competent democratic leader In con gress seems to be met. He appears to have suddenly blossomed out in the person of John Sharp Williams of Mississippi. He has the distinction to begin with of having been a school mate of the emperor of Germany at Heidelberg, and although Williams himself is said to be willing to for get It, his friends are not, and persist In pointing him out from tho gallery with enthusiasm. Williams in both a lawyer and a cotton planter and has been In congress about ten years. He Is highly educated, speaks several languages, is something of a wit. a good story-teller, and if occasion de mand can be quite humorous. He is popular with his fellows, has a keen mind and is a fluent and ready de bater. In one of the Illinois congressional districts Attorney General Hamlin has entered the race against Congress man Warner. Certificates of miraculous cures are in preparation. One cf Warner's friends avers that he was broken down, could not eat even three meals per day, when a kind friend advised him to try a bottle of "Warner's Sale Cure." One bottle brought immediate relief, and now he has a chest like John L. Sullivan. Hamlin's friends, not to be outdone, claim that "Hamlin's Wizard Oil" is the greatest pain killer known to science and medical skill. One man threw away his crutches after using one bottle, could turn flip-flaps, and jump through a hoop, and manifested other evidence of athletic prowess. It is surely a great campaign they are having .in the Sucker State. o f.llRRFNT rflMMFNT 4- A CAPT. CASTLE'S SUCCESSOR. There Is not the least mystery about the difficulty in finding anybody in Minnesota to take the place of Captain Castle as auditor of the treasury for the postoffice department. The place has seme digr.ityand is well paid. It has been placed at the disposal of the Minnesota delegation; but they can find no one they are willing to recom mend who will accept It. The rece.it innuiries and exposures in the post office department have emphasized the fact that the auditorship is not only a thankless, but a rather dangerous place. Captain Castle resigned under rather unpleasant circumstances, due to the system rather than to any offi ial delinquency on his part. His annual reVw)i t makes it clear that, as the ser vice is now organized, the auditor may be made technically responsible for frauds he could not possibly detect or prevent. The reputation of Captain Castle at home make1 it plain1 enough why self-respecting persons In Minne sota hesitate to take a place where he has had such an unfortunate exper ience. No doubt there are other In nocent rufferers by the postal investi gation, and no doubt one effect of it will be to make it more difficult to get competent officials in the department. When the administration is done re-orming- the personnel of the service, congress should proceed quickly to re form the system. Minneapolis Tribune. SWEET CIDER AND THE PAST. The poets may sing, if they will, of the wines of sunny France and summer Italy, and we may hail with delight the amber srarkle In the brimming cham pagne gla.;s, but nothing Is more con ducive to a happy mood, half composed of delightful reminiscence, than sweet cider. You remember how Robin Hood's men sang lustily of October ale? All that they voiced and more beside Is true of cider from the presses in the autumn orchards. If you are not very, very old, you can recall perfectly that day you spent in th-i orchard helping them gather the gold and crimson fruit all ready for the pressing. The res-tfulnefs cf a task completed was In the air fragrant with the perfume of the new mown hay, and the west Was gloriously crimson where the gates opened wide to let In the day that had been of all the year most sat isfactorily spent. Your copy of Tenny son (Omar was unknown then) lay on the grass where you had tossed it down to really listen for the coming of her footsteps like those of Maud In the po em, and but it is enough that she was thre. Today is cold and gray, and 'the clos ed shutters fasten out the world as it wan not known in that other day. Then ! comes one offering sweet cider, the while a huge fire Is-built, once more n nnioc ot row tho proiind. the west ern liKht turns to gold all It touche.'. and almost. a.s the magic drinK gursit-s out. can be heard the r-tep on the stair. An?uta (Oa.) Herald. PRINCEPS SEN ATUS. Dissent from any course of public policy which Senator Hoar follows con scientiously and splendidly defends can take nothing away from that general and sincere respect his countrymen have for his unsullied uprightness, his I strong, subtle and brilliant intellect, his various learning, his command, un- equaled among living statesmen, of the English language, and its literature. hi-5 tar-darting wit. His mind is sat urated with the best traditions of the common law. of constitutional and par liamentary precedent, of history, and humane letters. No other senator has a more austere ideal of public service. No other senator has a higher concep tion of the dignity and responsibility of his office. An imperceptible authority, a certain I majesty of age and experience and fine talent, cllng-to such a man. He is n noble figure, right worthy to sit In that chamber of Illustrious memories. New York Sun. THE HEALTHFUL WHEEL. The decline In the popularity of the bicycle among fashionable people seems to have been quite offset by Its increas ed use for practical purposes of loco motion. In many sections of a large city one may now see clerks and work men going to and from their work on bicycles, to their great advantage from an economic standpoint In both time and cost, and particularly In the case of the clerks, to their great advan tage physically. The logician's inter est In the use of the bicycle lies in its advantages as a means of promoting outdoor exercise among persons of mo dest means who can enly with great difficulty be brought to take regular exercise in open air. During the bicy cle craze much damage was undoubt edly done by fast riding on the part of young people whose hearts were not able to stand the strain, but this ten dency seems to have been eliminated to a very great extent, and when this danger is guarded against there is no better method for persons requiring outdoor exercise than the use of the somewhat neglected but none the less valuable bicycle. Medical Journal. MYSTERIOUS MUSIC IN BAD LANDS. One of the mcst interesting pheno mena is to be observed in the bad lands of Arizona. Out in the midst of on alkali plain there Is a desolate for mation of rock covering only about an acre In extent, and from these rocks or rather from beneath thfin, there issues sounds of music as though an organ was playing, and the strains are echoed from every direction. The place has never been excavated or fully ex plored, and the theory of scientists is that there is a peculiar formation of stalactites In a cave there with an op ening somewhere through which the wind plays upon these stalactites, pro ducing the music. The Indians claim, however, that a cathedral was at one time built upon this place, and that there was a bad pries-t placed in charge of the cathedral, who abducted Indian women and children. One night the ground opened during a violent storm and the earth closed in over the top of this' cathedral. The Indians believe that the music which comes from the ground proceeds from the ghosts of those who were interred at the time of the earthquake. AND WHY OVER THAT? Some papers are worrying: over the fear that there may be war with Great Britain, and that before we realize it. the Great Lakas will be filled with British warships brought up the S'. Lawrence and through the Wellar.d canal. Some people will worry over almost anything. For our part we pre fer to worry ever the prediction that several thousand vears from now Chi cago will be at the bottom of Lake Michigan. Minneapolis Journal. SALARIES OF ENGLISH PREACH ERS. A considerable stir was caused bv the proposal to increase the salary of Bishop Potter to $15,000 a year just about the time he married a widow worth $20,000,000. Clergymen draw higher pay in England than here. For instance. The archbishop of Canter bury, head of the Anglican church, re ceives $75,000 annually. Bishops get from $10,000 to $20,000. The emolu ments of deans vary between $4,000 and $15,000. Bectors, vicars and cur ates fare 'not so 111 as Punch would have,us believe. The first named have privileges, tithes and other good things, and are assisted by the vicars. Last of all coming the thin shanked curates bringing up the tail end of the hierarchy. LENGTH OF LIFE PROPORTIONAL. It was asserted by Buffon, the nat uralist, that the number of years re quired by an animal to reach adult life is about one-sixth or one-seventh the entire length of life in that animal. Later, Flourens thought that onefUth is more nearly the correct ratio. A re cent German authority. Dr. G. Von Bungc, has confirmed this general law, although the ratios do not appear to be perfectly constant. Dr. Von Bunge measured the time taken by various animals to double their biith weight, and finds this approximately propor tional to the time required to reach adult age. Man takes 180 days to double IVlonev to Loan at Low Rates For hnllding or on imj.'oved city property. State Mutual Building & Loan Association Of I.o Angeles, Cal. If you want n lonn cbII on nur gent, . X. PASCOK. 110 N. rrnterft.. Phoenix. J. ERNEST WALKER. Phoenix, . . his birth weight, twenty years' to reach maturity, and lives ninety to one hun dred years. The corresponding number for the dog are nine days, two years and ten to twelve years. Success. CANADA APPREHENSIVE? Canada cannot afford to ignore the lust for expansion, which Is rapidly beccming a national sin in the Ameri can republic. We have already felt Yankee encroachment. It is time that we began to take measures to reduce the supply of available pretexts upon which further encroachments may be attempted. Burners of United States efforts to purchase the islands of Ml quelon and St. Pierre are not pure fic tion. To the United States these two islands would be of great strategic value in the gulf. Their value suggests a strong motive for acquiring them, and once the islands cf Miquelon and St. Pierre pass into the hands of the United States British sovereignty may say good-bye tc the island of New foundland. Toronto World. NIAGARA AT ST. LOUIS. The steel observation tower at Nia gara Falls, more than 300 feet high is being taken down after ten years of service in affording a bird's-eye view of the falls, the upper rapids, the whirl pool of the great gorge northward. It is said the business value of It was very disappointing, but the reason of its de molition was that lawsuit's had been decided against'its owners for damages because of the fail of ice from the frozen spray on its sides upon adjoin ing buildings, when thaws cam. Of course it is to be taken to St. Loui3 and set up there at the Louisann Pur chase exposition all such ventures follow a like course. The Kiffel tower ought to be starting on a journey be fore long. HISTORIC PYX CHAPEL. The Pyx chapel in Westminster Ab bey Is about to be lighted by electri city and thrown open to the public' Th? chapel, which is now' under the control of the office of works, was at one time ihe depository cf the regalia of the Scottish kings. Access to this remarkable apartment, with its double doors of oak, was possible only by the aid of seven keys, which were In the possession of as many officials of the exchequers In former times the gov ernment standards and assays of gold were deposited there, and among the other contents of the place are a curi ous stone altar and some ancient chests, in which state documents, ex chequer tally sticks and other things were stored. The woodwork -of the in ner door was formerly covered with human skin a warning, no doubt, to the criminal classes. "PENNSY" THE OLDEST UNIVER SITY. That tho University of Pennsylvania Is the oldest univt ty in America has been established by Charles W. Dulles, a graduate of Pennsylvania. The uni versity Is not the oldest college, though it was established in 1740. but It was first to take steps toward the enlargement of the curriculum by the addition of a peparat? department for graduate study, the school of medicine having been founded in 17C5. This was the first actual realization of the uni versity idea In the colonies, but' the Idea of university was in the minds of the founders as early as 1755 when the Southern California Advertisements LOS ANGELES PREFERRED LI5T, The purpose of this column Is to supply the Arizona public with the names and addresses of thoroughly reliable Los Anircles establishments, The list will luuim iijirucumny vaiuaDie co i nose visiting ine :oast. In dealing with Re ! publican advertisers be sure to tell them where you saw the advertisement. iit-j W11I ajjpreciaie n ana so wui l no BOOTS AND SHOES. REGAL SHOES by Mail. $?..75 per pair, express prepaid. 150 styles for MI5X AND WOMEN. 144 sizes and widths, one price. 65 stores. Tannery to consumer. Catalog and self measure ment blanks on postal request. Los An freles store 222 W. Third St., near Broad way. A. R. Vandegrift. Manager. BARRELS AND TANKS. T.os Angeles Cooperage Co. Tanks, bar rels and egs. Write for prices. BUSINESS COLLEGES. BROWNSBERGER HOME SCHOOL 9S3 W. 7th St., LosAnecles. Cal. Departments: Bookkeeping, Short hand, College Preparatory, English, Telegraphy, Spanish. Large gymnas ium. The only business school in the city that has recreation grounds. Send for catalogue. F. BROWNSBERGER . Principal. LOS ANGKLES. CALIFORNIA. Thorough courses, high-grade work, abundant teaching: force, new and ele gint colleg buildinp. thousands of suc cessful graduates. The place to go. Write for College Journal. E. K. ISAACS. President CARPETS AND RUGS. T. B1LLTNGTON CO.. 312-314 S. Broad- , way. Curtains, draperies, China and Ja- i pan mailings, au Kinas oi noor cover ings. MACHINERY, ENGINES, ETC. WESTERN IRON WORKS. 908-928 N. Main St., manufact'rs crude oil engines and pumps. Complete irrigating plants. VULCAN IRON WORKS, 917-919 N. Main St., manfrs. stamp mills, ore crush ers, well tools. General machine work. H0WLAND lilp JlliL College of Philadelphia was given the power- to grant "the usual university degree." Both Harvard and Yale are considerably older than Pennsylvania, the former dating back to" 1636 and Yale 1700, but neither established separate departments for, medicine and law un til after the univeisity had led the way. Philadelphia Record. CHEERS FOR THE MIKADO. Only twice in life has the emperor of Japan been greeted by his subjects In the way in which the white man Is accustomed to express his loyalty. One of these occasions was on the cel ebration of the emperor's birthday, on November 3. when, according tq the London Chronicle, the people were un able to repress their feelings at the sight of his majesty; the other was when the mikado returned tc Toklo from the seat of the military head quarters after the Chinese war, when he was greeted for the first time in Japanese history with a roar of "Ban zai!" by immense crowds who lined the whole route from Shlmbashl to the palace gates. Nothing is more signifi cant of the change which has come ov er Japan. In the old days the person of the mikado was so sacred that when he passed every subject had to leave his house and kneel on the ground, without darin? to look at the imperial person, and to anyone who uttered a sound death would have come swiftly. Even when Japanese civilization was so far advanced that the emperor held his first naval review It is remember ed that, with court etiquette, he care fully turned his back on the vessels and their crews who were saluting him. A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES. Itching, Blind. Bleeding or Protrud ing Piles. Your druggist will refund money if PAZO OINTMENT falls to cure you. in 6 to 14 days. 60c. LONG DISTANCE TRIAL SERMON. The Jewish Chronicle says the pho nograph has been put to very novel use. Some time ago the Hungarian Jews In Chicago wrote to the chief rabbi of Pressburg In Hungary asking him to recommend an orthodox rabbi able to preach In their native language. Pressburg Is a long way from Chicago, and It was too much to expect that a rabbi could drop across for a Sabbath to preach a trial sermon. That was where the phonograph Fhowed its use. The recommended candidate spoke his best sermons in his best German and Hungarian, Into the instrument, and when the records were reproduced in Chicago, they gave such delight that the preacher was elected at a hand some salary. IT'S SO EASY To keep the stomach healthy, the ap petite good, the breath sweet and the bowels open. Just take a dose of Hos tetter's Stomach Bitters before meals and see for yourself. It is also a sure cure for Poor Appetite, Dyspepsia. In digestion, Heartburn, Liver Com plaints, Chills, Colds and Malaria. Try a bottle today, also get a copy of our 1904 Almanac from your druggist. It is free. HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS icepuruican. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS. Hummel Pros. & Co., 116-118 E. Second St. Carefully selected help. POULTRY SUPPLIES. IIRNRY ALBERS, 315 S. Main St. Largest poultry supply house In U. S. Sond for free catalogue. NURSERY STOCK. The Vernon Nursey, 4524 Central ave., Los Angeles. 400,000 trees. De ciduous fruit and nut trees a specialty. Write for price list. A. YARNELI, propr. Largest stock of trees in the West Eucalyptus. Acacias, Peppers, Cypress, etc. lalms, shrubs and fruit trees of ev ery description. Catalogues free. Special attention given to Arizona cr- i f1ri Sycamore Grove Nurseries J. J. E. Saint, Prop., 4584 Pasadena Ave nue, Los Angeles, aClifornia. 3A.NATORIUMS. T'P.IVATE HOME for ladies during con fim ment. Best of care. .Homes found for children. Mrs. Ur C. V. Smith 797 KhIIl. I vue Ave. ' UIJ'ARI- PULMONATIY SANATOR IUM, Tasadena, Cal., Dr. W. H. Ballard, Medi.-al Director. Write for Booklet. OPTICAL GOODS. ADOLF FRESE Eyeglasses, Optical Goods and Draughtsmen and Surveyor's Supplies Manufacturer and importer. Los An geles, Cal., 126 S. Spring St. Sunset Tel. Main 1042. Home Tel. 1042. PATENTS. t P,A7V'?Vr- Copyrights. trade-marks. Labels, U. S. and Foreign. Infringement I suits prosecuted and defended. Townser.d i Lros.. Bradbury blk., Los Angeles. Cal. I .lJATENJSUTH'lzar(1 & Harpham, Los ' Angeles. Send for free book on patents. Kodaks and Photo .Supplies, ART PICTURES AND FRAMING. We make a specialty of Developing, Printing and Enlargine. Mail Orders Cnven Prompt Attenl ion. Send for Catalogue. & CO. 213 SOUTH BROADWAY 10S ANGELES, CAL. FOLLOW THE FLAG." W&b&sH Niaga.rn Falls Short Line Weekly tourist :ar Santa Fe to St. Paul: weekly tourist car Southern Pacific to St. Louis; daily sleeping car Southern Pacific Lo Chicago. Inquire of agents for partic ulars. ROSS C. CLINE. P. C. P. AgL. lxs Angelea. BaKing Powder THE BEST THAT CAN BE MADE 5TBICTLY PURE fflS-GRADE A PURE FOOD ARTICLE Honest Goods-Honest Price Home Industry M. Co, Tempe, Arizona PHIL C. ENSIGN. GENERAL LIVERY. BOARDING HORSES A SPECIALTY. Call and see. Corner of First and Adams streets. Horses for sale. CASTLE CREEK HOT SPRINGS HOTEL. situated in the Bradshaw mountains, 1971 feet above sea level is now open for the winter. Finest resort in Ari zona. Even temperature. No winds, no dust. Hotel accommodations first-class in every respect. Modern plumbing. Hot water heating plant. Electric lights, electric bells. Billiard and pool room, bowling alley. Natural medicinal hot sprirgs flowing 400,000 gallons ev ery twenty-four hours. Open pools of different temperature. Shower baths, needle spray, cabinet bath and plunge tank under cove. Four hours' ride from Hot Springs Junction on the Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix Railway In a comfortable four horse coach every day except Sunday. Fine road, grand scenery. W. M. SELL. Manager. Hot Springs, Ariz. VV. J. MURPHY Real Estate, Insurance, Loan. 102 West Adam Street. Fificid & Gallagtier GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS Estimate! Furnished Eooms il-VJ-13 O'Neill Building -P. O. Box 578. Phoenix. Arisona. Joe rifleld Oeo. H. Gallagher e. NOT THE ''ONLY" BUT THE "BEST" Is the Good Old Way. SANTA FE. I We have: The Grand Canyon. Harvey Eating Houses, Famous California Limited, And everything else that goes with the stamp of a firstclass railroad. L. H. LANDIS, General Agent, Phoenix. You Must Stop for a warm room and quiet night's rest... The Williams House, Maricopa, Arizona. THE CLUB STABLES On block north of Hotel Adams or North Center Street. Nobby turnout? afe and speedy stock. W. L. GEORGF & CO. Good Turnouts. Good Saddle Horses. DUBLIN CORRAL. LIVERY AND SALE STABLE. A. V. VAN DORLN, Proprietor. Tel. Red 153. 19 E. Jefferson St. PRESCOTT BUSINESS FIRMS. ffiotel BurKe AMERICAN PLAN. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. 105 rooms." ' All modern conveniences. A strictly fliet-class and modern hotel. Sample rooms for commercial men. MMM....t......x....t......n........iliit I I T Bashford - Burmtsler Company T WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN General Merchandise Prescott, Arizona. WE CARRY FULL LINES OF ; EVERYTHING. WE HAVE A ', BIG STORE. WE DO A BIG ', BUSINESS, B-.T CAN 30 ', MORE. When in Pracott it will please ; us to hava you call and get acquainted. THE PALACE PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. Str'ctly on the European plan. Rooms by the day, week or month. Finest bar and club rcoms In the southwest BROW, SMITH & BELCHER, Proprietors. .....THE HOFFMAN EVtRYfHIMG FIRST CLASS Michelob Beer on Draught H SON j HIRSCHlELD. PERKINS & GIBSON Proprietor i F I " I....THE palace.... t . z niwstniiLD mean, rropa. Imported and Domestic Winaa Liquors and Cigars t Phoenix - Arlsona T MESA HOTEL No sick taken. The comforts of visi tors made a specialty. Feed and livery in connection. Free bus to hotel. Geo. SchornlcK, Prop. MESA, ARIZONA. GET A E! I can sell you a lot in Cburchill Addition for $325. $25 cash and $10 per month. On East Washington street for $130. $10 cash and $10 per month. GET A HOME NOW. R. H. GREENE, 42 N. 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