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THE AKIZOXA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1004.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN FUBi-IHHKD BY THE Arizona Publishing Co. GEO. W. VICKEKS. Pre, and Oen. Ugt. ILxclusivs Morning Associated Press )'r patches. The only Perfecting Press In Arlsone. The only battery ot Linotypes In Art- "TubUcatlon office: JC-S8 East Adams street. Telephone No. 471 Entered at the postofflce at Phoenix. Amona! aa mall matter of the second class. SUBSCRIPTION RATKS. py nail, daily, one year Weekly, one year...... Cash In advance. .1900 . Z.00 BT CARRIER. Dally, per month .7 cts. Arhsona visitors to the Coast will find The Dally Republican on sale at the loi towln places In Los Angreles: Hclleij hn"il news stand, and B. F. Oard ner. 0S SouthjSprlng street. ,i fAU.;-r7 PHOICN1X. ARIZONA. JAN. It. 104- Hs Production of Copper. Mr. Horace J. Stevens, in his ennual review of the American copper tradev. Prtlni2! that Arizona produced 150.- onnror list venr. This Is i h-avy increp.se over fo.m-er years. Thus, the actual production in 1902 was 1U'.M.M4 rvounds. and in 1901 It was " T ..reduction of the principal ' mint ih this territoiy for th ye.r ! estimated by Mr. Ste ens a fol- Th Copper Queen 37.50O.0OO pounds: Atlsonv Copper company, SO.000.OCO; 1'nltrd Verde. 30,000.000; Calumet and Ailxona. :5.0oO.OOU; Detroit Cor per com Iiny. C3.xtt.0O0: Shannon Ccprer com jar.. ll.0.0r0: Old IXmnon. 9.000. It :i! be s.-en that this c-tini.te nts-res'ste 1C.500,COO pounds, or 12 So0,0v founds moi than the estimated total fcr th? entire territory. The de taiW fiifuies correspond more ne.riy ta the estimate fuini.-jhei by Mr. Ste- veils to T e Uepublican several een .-iao, when he fixed Arizona' copper iiv!u. tiun for 1P03 r.t 16J.C03.000 pounds.' And It should be remembered that -in addition to ths s?ven mines above enumerated there we:e many copper properties which, w'liile still in the development slage, yielded a con ridr:nle total. Mr. Stevens points out that Arizona, "is the pcene of th? most p onounc.d actiity in cop;ur ndr.'ng- devl p ments in any p.-rt of the United States." This territory has four large lv developed fields, these being in or der of present production, the Bl be; tild of ("ochUo county, th? CHfton Morenci flc'.J of Graham county, the Jerome fiel 1 of Yavaral county, ar d the niobe district of Gila county. He fore the end of th? present year, how ever. Pima county will have joined the list of heavy prodjceis. by vlitue oZ the operations of the Imreiial Copper company In the Silver Bel'.e ell t.kt. The "Old Boot," which had mere t'r.an 52.000.oOO worth of copper ore blocked tint when the group pus-sed to the own ership f thi? Impel ial company, has Bince U;en developed throughout a large area in the sulphide zone, and the niin now deserves to be classed Wim llXf liUHM llyyci )'iuici. ... i Arizona. An extensive field is undfr; ifS in development in Pinal county, also, and before the end of the year that county M ill be able to show some very valua ble copper mlr.es. Notwithstanding the large increae of production in Michigan and Arizona, the figures collated by Mr. Stevens show that the estimated Increase In American domestic production for 1P0S is equivalent 'to about 8 per c?nt.. or about the normal lute of increase noted for gome years past. This hap pens because Montana's jrdueUon suffered a heavy decrease. Mich'gan, Montana and Ariozna, comprigj most of the Important copper mints of the 'nitd States, of course, although in other states ambitious efforts are be ing made to develop laiga produceis. Mr. Stevens finds that California Is not comlnr to the front as a copper producer as rapidly r.s was expected a few years aprc The Mountain le mulna the only big mine in the state. 'J tan has made a substantial gain in production in 1903. and the. future of the industry In that ftate is ns lore r subject to doubt. The gold and silver values carried with the copper aid greatly in making profitable mines. New .Mexico has proved disappoint ing as a copper field. A few small mines wonUnue working and obtain re spectable products, considering the limited wale of their opt-rations, but the big- mines that have been piom Ist J i:j every copier boom for the lat ptarter of a. century remain to come. Wyoming has two hundred or more copper mining companies, mostly with just enough money to do a little more than their assessment work. Tnere are several promising propeities under development. Idaho has large copper dcposi-S. of which the mcx-t piomising are in t'.ie Seven Devils disttict, near the Wash ington line. In Washington, copper ores are scat tered in nearly every jart of the s ate A. Widely Distributed Ownership. In an artkl? on the ownershio of American railways, Slascn Thompson In the World Today demonstrates that at '.east 1 0 per cent. or the total holl 4ngs in American railways are held In the United States. This would mean that not more than iSa.O'.'o.OOc. A Weak: Spot Is there such a place in your investments ? Do you feel Comfortable when you think of the future of your family's future? Would you be interested to know upon what terms you can buy a 5 Per Cent. 20-Year Gold Bond on the instalment plan yours if you live, your family's if you die? If so, address The Mutual Life Insurance Company or New York, Richard A. McCtraov, President, New V02S, N. V. SHIRLEY CHRISTY, Manager. Phoenix, Ariz. or leys than 5 per cent, of the sros an nual income of the railways of th United States, goes to fc reign invest ors, leaving J1.68I.447.40S. or 'Jb per cent, to be Jivlded in parts of 40 and CO among American capitalists Mid American workmen. Five-eighth3 of this goes to the 1.000 000 i railroad stock I 1 . 1 V. . .1 J . n .i. .Ka 1 IfiQ 11". cm. ployes. or, eliminating duplications, into at least 2,000,000 hands. Estimating 5.24 persons tc the In come, the figures of the census of 1900, It follows that 10.4S0.CO0 persons, or 13 per cent, of the total, population of the Vnited, States, bhare directly in the earnings of American railways. A Business Question. The Washington Post, which is read every morning by every senator and representative in Washington, dls- I cusses the statehood iiue'stion In this tomnnrnto a nil sensible fushion! rnTM1B4,rt ,lml..lnn f Arizona. ffX!,.f, Oklahoma, and Indian Territory is net a new question before congress. Members of both the senate 'and the house have for yeats been In ; possession of the facts which furnish the overwhelming reasons for admls . sion. One by one the sfeclous argu ments against statehood have baen ex 1 ploded, and, while the territories have iufTered by the delay, the advocates cf admission now have a ease made out that seems unanswerable, except by the sole argument of ix.-litieal expe l iency. The territories, have been most ' shabbily treated by the congress. Ok lahoma, with a population of fully 500. .000 people, nearly all of them nativc , born Americ ans, has led the nation lor two years in railroad construction,! in the extablishment and growth tf her banks. In the percentage cf in crease in her postal business, in ev- i eryihing that demonstrates the pjo gressiver.ess cA a people and their capacity lor self-government. She ' has a larger population than Vermont. Delaware, New Hampshire, or Rhode Island, a percentage of illiteracy less ! than either of those stales, and a greater percentage of native-born pcpulation. New Mexico's showing is but little less favorable. With a pop I ulation of about 300.000. her percentage i of native-born citizens is larger than . that of any eastern state. It is argued that a large percentage of her . people speak and. write Spanish or Mexican. v line una aisuuiem in ii ut. it is answered py the rorcible argu ment that New Mexico has been a ter ritory for half a century, and that her c-itizens, whatever tongue they speak, are Americans, grounded In the prin ciples of Arrterlcan government, de voted to American institutions, and naturally more desirable as citizens with full rights that the 139.000 for eign-born citizens of Pennsylvania, who are illiterate and utterly wanting In the American spirit. N?w Mexico is making rapid progress. She has more coal than Pennsly vania, rryjre timber than any state in the union, more gold and precious metals than any state in the union with the pos sible exception cf Colorado, more cat tle than any state in the union, more undeveloped resources than any two states. Her schools are flourishing and remarkable advancement Is being shown in every line of progress. "Arizona, with a smaller population than either of the other territories, has shown remarkable strides In the last few years. Her citizens are nearly all Amerlcah-born, educated, aggressive and active, picneers In the develop ment of the great west. "The one great bar to development of the territories lies in the fact that Jhey have territorial forms of govern ment. Maaiyi of the great money-hold-concerns in the eaEt, probably a ma jority of them, positively refuse to make investments in territories, and this has caused delay, high rates cf interest, and other handicaps in secur- ing funds for investment in the de velopment of the rich resources of ail the territories. Back of all this is the deslrs, which is amounting now to a demand, of the people of the terrl- tories for home rule. They want the right to select their own governing officials, choose their own judges, name the men who are to make their laws, levy and c ollect their taxes, just as the citizens of the states do. They have tired of taxation without repre- sentation. They want a fulfillment of the pledges made In both republican and democratic platforms. They want to be recognized as .members of the national family Instead of being treat ed as wards or waif.s. They are en titled to full recognition of their per fectly established claims to statehood, and congress cannot, with any show of justice or reason, longer deny them." The Post makes an excellent point when It mentions that the great in- surance companies and other corpora tions having millions tc lend, all de cline to make investments tn the terri tories. When it is recalled that mo-t of the United States west of the Allc ghenies has been developed with bor rowed money, some idea is had of the handicap which attends the building up of the territories with local capi tal. Statehood involves a business nuta tion, purely, and should not be confus ed with iollties. Arizona's Failures. A review of the business failures o' 1S03 is furnished by Bradstreets for the current week, and Arizona makes a better' showing than any state or territory In the union. There were but S failures in all the territory, as against 15 in 1902. No other state or territory was within hailing distance of such a record, except Florida. That state recorded but 39 business disasters as against 61 In 1902. And In the matter of assets and li abilities, also.- this territory made a creditable showing. The 8 failures ag gregated but $100,000 in liabilities, and as an offset there were assets to th amount of J69.1S0. In 19)2 the liabili ties of Arizona failures fcotsd up J134.S03, and the assets, S6,f0. Commercial failures in this territory are very rare, and although the vol ume of business is steadily expanding the failures last year were fewer in number by quite 50 per cent. And th? banks, which always reflect comnvr cltl conditions, are sound to the core. Arizona Is all right. The excellent condition of business in the territory is still further em phasized by a glance ct the statistics of failures for the whole country. For the entire United States there was a decrease in number of just 2 per cent., and liabilities were larger than in 1902 by 45 per cent. PHOENIX POSTOFFICE AGAIN. To the Kdltcr of The Republican, Sir: In this morning's republican was a timely and well written article in tended to assist in the future delivery of the mail coming to the Phoenix postoffice. In the present writer's opinion such articles could appear every day in the week and still with the present ar rangement and numbering of the streets and avenues, there would b more confusion In the delivery oi mall here than there should bu and the postmaster be in no wise respon sible. Fcr instance, where is there another city having streets and avenue run ning in the same direction and all numbered as First avenue. First street, etc. Why r.ot give all the avenues a name and all the streets a number, or all the streets a name, as Jasper St. and all the avenues a number, as Tenth Avenue. Hew many of you give your address in full and yet the reply comes back 1111 North Fourth. Now this is North Fourth what? Accord ing to the statements in yesterday's (cmmur.lcaUiin this letter would be de layed in delivery unless the address Is well known. And -yet who is to blame? Not the postmaster, not th clerks, not the addressee and not th person who sent the letter, but simply and only the system here in vi.guo of giving both the streets and the ave nues running in the same direction a number Instead of one a number and the other a name. This system Is still more confusing to expressmen, hackman, deliverymen and more especially the strangers within our city. The writer lives on a street and during the last six Wfek? two heavy express packages have been delivered at his house before it was discovered they were addressed to the sam number, but on one of the ave nues. Another confusing thing is some streets have a certain name at one end and another at the oth?r for instance in the north part of the town we find a thoroughfare named Balti more avenue on the west end nth street on the east end. Again, we find streets ftom one to ten running north and south and streets from eleven to fifteen away off In another part of town running east and west. Recently the city engineer renumb ered all the lots of the city and It was stated through The Republican that all persons desiring the correct number of their lots should apply to him for It. Some few have done so, i but the majority have not. The re- suit is you can now find a house nura ; bered 609 and the next one only twenty ; five feet away numbered 625. It is still i worse In other parts of the city. As j long as these things exist there will ; be more or less confusion in the de ; livery of mail, packages and messages. A CITIZEN. o ! TO CURE A COLD IN OM5 DAY. Take Laxative Bromo ttulnrne Tablets. aii uruggista refund the money if it falls to cure. K. W. Grove's signatur : is on each box. 25c. FOR ART'S SAKE. ' Powers, the sculptor, having- put the j finishing touches to his "Greek Slave I stood off and Inspected it critically. ; "N"." he said with emotion, -'I t hall i not attend the New Yoik bea.uty plnw. ' The sight of the poor creatures would :n" with Infinite compassion!" i Summoning a messenger boy, he sent i back the complimentariea. Chicago ! Tribune ; EIG UNDERTAKINGS. - "Talk about big jobs." sail the ' cheerful idiot, while trying to look ser- ions j "Well." said the victim wearily. I "Wheelin-jf West Viiginia may b rcmo End Lansing Michigan may be .rather a big surgical undertaking, but ! Flushing Long Island isn't such a tiny I little sanitary stunt.' Baltimore Hair Vigor Gray hair adds twenty years to the ,cge. Kestore the color; U keep youn. Make vrv:r hair K grow iont and heavy J. Aye-( a., Lowe... K ... -- -t I CONSUMPTION .CURE Wm. T. Quinlsn, cf Albany, N. Y., Ordered to Hot Springs to Save His Life From Consumption, Was Cured ft Hon-e in Two Months by Duffy's Pur; Malt Whiskey. "I Be&an to Improve," He Says, "With the First Do&e; Quickly Gained 20 Pounds and Am Today in Ab solutely Perfect Health Duffy's Saved My Life." "I always had tendencies toward lung troubles, and for many years have suffered a great deal with heavy colds and congestion of the lungs. Was growing worse daily. My family and friends knew I had so-called incurable c-oiisuinption tmd urged nie to go to Hot Springs or the Northern Woods us a last resort. But I was too weak for travel and gave up hope. "My doctor finally prescribed Duf fy's Pure Malt Whiskey, and" with th-? first dose Improvement set in and hop revived. I stayed right at home in Al bany and kept on taking Duffy's and in two months my lungs were as sound as ix dollar. I had gained twenty pounds, and am today in absolutely perfect health. Duffy's saved my life." WILLIAM T. QUINLAN. 123 Second St.. Albany. N. V. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Has C'.ired Thousands of Cases Where All Else Failed. Many of them worse than Mr. Quinlan's. It will cure you. For fifty years it has been prescribed by over 7.C00 doctors, and used in 2.000 leading hos pitals as the one positive cure for consumption, coughs, colds, grip, bron chitis, asthn:a. pleurisy .pneumonia, catarrh and all diseases of throat and lungs ; indigestion, dyspepsia, unci ev ry form of stomach trouble; nervous ness, u.alaria and all low fevers. It is invaluable for a", weakened, run-down diseased conditions of body, bra!:), nerve and muscle. The great success of Duffy's Turo Malt Whiskey 1'es in the fact that It not only k'ills the germs and check? the disease, but also purifies the blooJ. stimulates the circulation, streriifthenx the heart's action, soothes the nerves, mid invigorates and builds up the whole system and puts it into condi tion to ret and throw off disease. KEEPS OLD YOUNG YOUNG STRONG. Duffy's Pure Mplt Whiskey promotes health, maintains health and enables one to live to a ripe, happy old age. Thoufands of men and women who have passed the century mark give all the credit to Duffy's and say for years it ha ; l eoMi their only medicine. It is an absolutely pure distillation the onlv whisker recognizee! by ihe guarantee. Agrees with tie most delicate stomach. CAUTION. When you ask for Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey be sure you get the genuine. Unscrupulous dealers, mindfvl of the excelleioe cf this preparation, will try to sell you cheap imitations and nalt whiskey substi tutes, which ere put on the market for profit only, end which, far from re lieving the sick, are positively harmful. Demand Duffy's and bo sure you get it. It is the only absolutely pure Malt Whiskey which contains medicinal, I ealth-giving qualities. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is sold in sealed battbs cn!y; never in flask or bulk. Look for the trade-mark, the "Old Chemist" on th. l3-el, end be certain the seal over the cork is unbroken. Beware of re-filled bottles. Sold by all druggists and growers, or direct, $1.00 a buttle. Medical Look let free. Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Poche;U-r, New Yo;k. WHERE TEA WAS NEW. Tea in the Sown'nith cntury '.v;.s offered as curious foreign drink: it was prepared with care ami drunk with rome trepidation. Ladb'S oftn took brandy afterward as a corrective. A Southern California Advertisements LOS ANGEL PREFERRED The purpose of this column D to supply the Arizona public with the names and addresses of thoroughly reliable Los Angeles establishments. Tho list will e found particularly valuable to those vlsitinp the Coast. In dealing with Re publican advertisers" be sure to- tH them wh-r? you saw the advertisement. They will appreciate it and so will The Republican. BOOTS AND SHOES. REGAL SHOES by Mail. $"?.75 per pair, express prepaid. 150 styles for MfCN AND WOMEN. 144 sizes unl widths, one price. f-o stores. Tannery to consumer. Catalog anu sell measure ment blanks on postal request. Los An geles store 122 V. Third Ht.. near liroad way. A. S. Vandegrift. Manager. BARRELS AND TANKS. T.os Anceles Cooperate Co. Tanks, bar- rels and negs. Write for prices. , . . i . ,1. .i. . . . i BUSINESS COLLEGES. nDnWMCnrnfJCn UOMP VnUriT, UIIUII UUUkllUbll HUIIIIi VWIIWM 953 W. 7thSt., IxwAncelcs. Cal. Departments: Eookkeeplng, 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. BRtVWHSBERGER. Principal. LOS ANGELES. CALIFORNIA. Thorough courses, high-grade work, aoiindant teaching force, new and ele gint eculesr" b'jil.liug. thousands of suc cersful graduates. The place to go. Write fcr College Journal. E. K. ISAACS. President. CARPETS AND RUGS. T. B1LL1NC.TON CO., 312-314 S. Broad way. Curtains, draperies, China and Ja pan mattings. All kinds of floor cover illRS. MACHINERY; ENGINES, ETC. WESTERN IRON WORKS. 90S-l'2)i N. Main St.. manufact'rs crude oil engines and pumps. Complete irrigating plants, ,t,,..t ,, , xt Main St., manfrs. stamp mills, ore crush ers, well tools. General machine work. H0YVLAND of malt, contain: Govcri'mci.t as a l.o fusel oil. and is medicine. This is a learned physician. Dr. Lister, wrote .1.... .... .in.l .sfl'a . . . A T-iJr.l i t t Or! Vl f 1 Clod s providence for lessening for lessening the number of mankind by shortening life, as a kind of silent plague." Heasant's J-urvey of London. ES LI ST EMPLOYMENT AGENTS. lummel Pros, fir Co., 110,-118 12. Second j St. careiuiiy bcktimi neip. POULTRY SUPPLIES. IIKN'KY ALnF.KS. 315 S. Main Sr. Largest poultry supply house In V. S. Send for free catalogue. NURSERY STOCK. The Vernon Nursey. 4"24 Central ave., Los Angeles. 400,000 trees. De- . . cidtious fruit and nut trees a specialty, j "Write for price list. A. Y ATTN ELI ., propr. I Largest stock of trees in the West I g,,, caiyptus. Acacias, Peppers, Cypress, etc. I alms, shrubs and fruit treea of ev ery description. Catalogues free. Special attention given to Arizona or ders Sycamore Grove Nurseries J. J. E. Saint, Prop., 4."1 Pasadena Ave nue, Los Angeles, aClitornia. 3ANAT0RIUMS. PP.IVATK HOME for ladies during con finement. Best of care. Homes found for children. Mrs. Dr. C. K. Smith, Til Delle vue Ave. T: LLARIJ PULMONARY SANATOR IUM, Pasadena. Cul.. Dr. W. li. Kallard, Medical Director. Write for Pookiet. OPTICAL GOODS. ADOLF FRESE Eyeglasses, Optical Goods ano Draughtsmen and Surveyor's Supplies Manufacturer and importer. Los An geles, Cal., 126 S. Spring St. Sunset Tel. Main 1012. Home Tel PATENTS. PATENTS. Copyrights. trade-marks. Labels, U. S. and Foreign. Infringement j suits prosecuted and defended. Townsend I :'ros- "rartbury blk.. Los Angeles, Cal PATENTS Hazard & Harpham, Los ungeles. Send for free book on patents. Kodaks and Photo Supplies, ART PICTURES AND FRAMING. We make a specialty of Developing, Printing and Enlarging. Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention. Send for Catalogue. & CO. ""a'SfflSf CAL FOLLOW THE FLAG." V abash Niagara Falls Short Line Weekly tourist car Santa Fe to St- Paul; weekly tourist cur Southern Pacific to St. Ixiuis; daily sleeping car Southern Pacific lo Chicago. Inquire of agents for partic ulars. ROSS C. CLINK. P. C. r. Agt., Los Angeles. Money to loan at Low uaies For buililins or on Improved city property. State Mutual EcMing & Loan Association Of Los Anelf'S Cal If von vii nt a lmiu rail on our PKentu, . y K VaOOK. 1 ll N. renter Ht.. Phoenix, j" KRNLST WALKER. Phoenix. w. J. MURPHY Real Fstate, Insurance, Loans. 102 West Warns Street. Fifield & Gallagher GENERAL CONTRACTORS AKD SUPERINTENDENTS tlmste FnrnMued fcoonw tl-19 1 O'Neill Building-K Kv i7 . Pttitoiiis. Arisoiift. Joe Kifleld Oeo. H. Oallbi You Must vStop for a warm room and quiet night's rest... flie Williams House, Maricopa. Arizona. THE CLUB STABLES One bk-ck north of Hotel Aflarnn or North Center Street. Nobby turnouts "Hfe and speedy stock. W. L. GEORGE & CO. Good Turnouts. Good Saddle Horses. DUBLIN CORRAL. LIVERY m SALE STABLE. A. V. VAN D0RLN, Proprietor. Tel. Elack 513. 19 E. Jefferson St. I can scli you a lot in Churchill Addition for S3'25. $25 cash and S'.O Fcr month. T. i. WTr, c 1. 1 n nrfnn c'reph Wll laM. vv a.niniivn .,.. for St3t. SIO cash and SiO per va -.nth. GET A HOME HOW. R. H. GREENE 42 N. Centor St. Southern Pacific System. Second to None, QUICKEST TIME TO CHICAGO BY 16 HOURS. The Golden State Limited will resume Daily service eastward December 25th. Only 02 hours to Chicago by Southern Pacific and Rock Island routes. Superb service. Make Your reservations Harl) Full particulars at City Ticket Office. 22 N. Center Street, Phoenix, Arizona. x M. 0. BICKNELL, Atjt. STANDARD - prT a fin ftp! I. ! hi ft Hume I Dealera In w and Second Hand machinery Complete list of stock on hand furnished on aDnllcatlon. 8 Com pi Castins in aiacnine worit Promptly Attended To. PHOENIX. Telephone 671. PRLSCOTT BUSINESS FIRMS. otel BxirKe AMERICAN PLAN. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. 105 rooms. All modern conveniences. A strictly fitst-class and modern hoteL Sample rooms for commercial men. ,1. 1 tMtt' $ .j. J 1 Tho. 4 Bashford - Burmister Company WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN General Merchandise v Preicott, Arizona. WE CARRY FULL LINES OF EVERYTHING. WE HAVE A t BIG STORE. WE DO A BIO. ' BUSINESS, B-T CAN DO t X MORE. I When in Prescott it will please V us to have you call and get X acquainted. 4 t4.4.4-?-t.'t,.l..t.t.,t..t..t.,t .T..TJ.il ,M..l..t.A THE PALACE PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. Str'ctly on the European plan. Rooms by the day, week or month. Finest bar and club rcoms in the southwe6'. BROW,- SMI1H & BtLUtEK, Proprietors. a ..... THE HOFFMAN EVrRYTKIMG riRST CLASS Michelob Beer on-Drauht HIRSCKItlD. PtRKISS 4 GIBSON Proprietor ! ....THE PALACE t HIRSTHffl.D A PI WKISS, Props. V : V : imported and Domestic Vfine v Liquors and Cigar " . Phoenix - Aiuoo ' MESA HOTEL No sic k taken. The comforts of visi tors made a specialty. Feed and livery m connection. Free bus to hotel. Geo. SchornlcK, Prop. MESA, ARIZONA. Pepsin A POGJT5VE CURE For Inflammation or Catarrh of the bladder and Diseased Kidney). No cure no pa. Cures quickly aud Perma nently I lie worst cases ct troncirhoea and (iieet. no matter of bow long stand ing. Absolutely liarmless. Bold by druggists. Pries $1.00, or by mail, postpaid. 1 tie), s boxes .7S. THE SANTAl-PEFSIN CO., eELLEFONTAIKIi. OK'O. KLVKY-& IIULETT, AGENTS. NOT THE "ONLY" BUT THE "BEST" Is the Good Old Way. SANTA FE. We have: The Grand Canyon, Harvey Eating Hcuses, Famous California Limited, And everything else that goes with the stamp of a firsttlass railroad. L. H. LAHDIS, General Agent. Phoenix. IRON WORKS Iron and Brass. ARIZ. Scott s Santas Pteix Machine and Cold Storage Go. A il Kode ot Machi.iv Repairing Don Short Notice 25-33 North Second Street J 0?. Thalheimer, Pres. ; P. T. HuTley, Vice-Pres. ; Louis Melczer, Treas.; Alex. Sheinstein, Sec'y O. S. WILEY, Manager