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THE -ARIZONA HETUnLICAX.UFRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY IS, 1904.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN PUBLISHED BT THE Arizona Publishing Co. GEO. W. VICKER8. Fret, and Gen. ilgr. Exclusive Morning AMOClat! Prs Dlnpatches. The only Perfecting Prs In Arizona. The only battery of Linotype in Arf- "puMlcatlon office: M-38 East Adam treet. Telephone No. 471 Entered at the postofflce at Phoenix, Artsona, aa mail matter of tke second class. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By mail, dally, one year J Weekly, one year . -W Cash In advance. BT CARRIER. fcaJty, per month W . Arizona visitors to the Coast will find Tt Dally Republican on Bale at the fol- bawlrvg- places In Los Anfreles: Hollen k otel news stand, and B. F. Gard ner, m South Spring street. PHOKNIX. ARIZONA, JAN. IS. 1904. The Wise Supervisors. The conspicuous business ability to bo found in the board of supervisors of Maricopa county is something for which everybody should rejoice. The httth school board last spring laid be fore the board of supervisors the annual estimate of the moneys required for maintenance of the hisrii school. Pr suinablv. the estimate was based on an intimate kr.owledeze of the his'.i school's needs. At least, the -school directors ars elected under a popular Impression that there are certain du ties for them to perform, nnd that the.' 0vlll discharge those duties. Anions the most important duties each year the making of n careful estimate of the school's needs, in order that t!: supervisors niay nuke the rocuistio levy. But both the people and the school directors have been mistaken, it seem? the Teonle in their supposition tha' the law assigns certain work to the school" board, and the directors in th lielief that they were competent to de cide how much money the hih school needed This mistr.ke was disclosed by the acjion of the county supervisors. The Hon. Juke Miller, the Hon. Mr. Noriis and the Hon. Mr. Hunsaker supervis ors of Maricopa county, found that they knew far more about tl.e man agement of the high school than taee superfluous school directors. The sup ervisors in their wisdom cut the es timates of the school board about T.9 per cent.. and the high school distrt'-t is now out of funds. There is no money to pay teacher:;' salarle?, no money to pay the janitor's salary, and no money to i ay for supplies, for the remainder of the school year. The teachers must take their warrants to the banks a:iii discount them at the usual short tim rate for money. The business m-iii of Phoenix who sell supplies to the district must likewise sell their claims at a discount, or hold them nearly a year. All this Is because the super visors, good farmers that they are, knew more about school matters than the men who had been elected forth? specific purpose of attending to school business. The exceedingly lame excuse is mado that the purchase of additional grounds for the high school at an expenditure of $3,tS00 has caused the deficit. As a mutter of fact, the funds allowed by the supervisors would have . been in sufficient by at least $2,000. even had the real estate no been purchased. But the people are not surprised by this new manifestation of the conspic uous ability to which we have alluded. The maintenance of a pest house in the city despite the angry protests of the entire community long ago prepar ed the public for any additional proof of the wisdom with which the super visors are endowed. A Vain Protest. .The tailors are protesting. Through the- medium or one of their journals they urge that the daily newspaper press of America does not give atten tion enough to the absorbing topic, "What shall I wear if I am a man?" Arguing that it takes nine tailors to mnke a man. thev are, they affirm, im oortant members of the community, and the subject of masculine attire an Important topic for human nature's daily attention. What they want is a men's fashion column in every daily newspaper. They say the readers of newspaper really want this .too. Well, perhaps the tailors are right At any rate, there is no doubt It takes nine of 'em to make a man. and ten of 'em to make a man pay. They are .in deed, important members of the com munity, indespensable, in fact. Carlyle lias proved that, in his immortal work on "Clothes. Man Is u forked radish, he faid. with bandy legs. The old doctor rudely remarked to the young girl who had been offended at his frankness that he supposed that she was aware th.it Ave are all nuked under our clothes. Probably she- had never thought of it before. But It is so. If any man :s better than his brother, his clothes makes him so. And the tailors make iiis clothes. There is something ultimate about the trade. But. After all. do men want to be re minded of this fact every time thev pick up a newspaper? Of course, mo.it men yoed to be told how to dress: there can be no doubt on that point. The Xew York Tribune complains th:t :i visit to any New York theater will furnish painful proof that a multitude of men think they are properly dressed When they wear dinner Jackets with high hats, silk hats with all sorts of coats, shoes of all varieties and so on. And we fear that the men of -Phoenix especially in the summer time are even more careless than the men of New York. Even in New England, even in f!oston things are no better. At a recent dance In the "Hub," where men of college breeding (an ambiguous designation to be surel did congre gate, most of the men were seen clad in dinner jackets, some with black and a few with white ties. and. In the maj ority of cases, with white gloves, which were removed after the second dance! There were just three men in the hall dressed properly, in full dress coats, white ties and waistcoats, and buttoned shoes with pointed toes. There is a tale to make the newspapers blush for shame, and repent that they have ever been so lax in their manifest destiny to tell young men how th.v should dress! Of course the news papers are to blame for this sort of thing. But will their printing a daily masculine fashion column mend mat ters? In our judgment the tailors are mak ing a vuln protest. The Japs and the Russians. The Japan Weekly Mall for .December 5th. kindly forwarded to this paper by a friend, contains a number or articles fin the relative strength and efficiency of the Russian and Japanese military systems, which are peculiarly timely in view of the threating aspect of affairs. giving, as they do, the Japanese point of view on these questions. Referring to some articles In one of the St. Petersburg papers disparaging the Japanese soldiery, the Yokahama journal quotes from another St. Peter burg article in which a more serious and conservative view of their capa bilities and powers Is taken. II is asserted and udmltted that th weakest arm of the Japanese service is the cavalry, the development of which has been, hindred by lack of hor ses and u suitable field for exercise. i Japan 13 a toy land and among other diminutives has ponks for horses. A big cavalry contingent, moreover, if the Japs had one, would not be able to Mud a place on the isiunds to fairly stretch its horses' lezs. But with modern magazine guns cavalry finds its sphere of usefulness much restricted. A compact body of fcorpem.cn Vi a charge on trained In fantry would te mowed to the earth Jikij repened grain before they could reach the firing line of the enemv. I With their ponies the Jap soldiers can engage in reconnoitering, scouting and escort service, which are the ch!f functions of the cavalry in most sit uations. Nevertheless, it 13 conceded that the Japs are weak at that point. But in the infantry and artillery brunches there Is probably no doubt that they are immensely superior to the Russians. Small in stature, they are excecdir.Iy muscular, lithe, active 'and intelligent. In what are called their moral qualities as soldiers, ac cording to all the testimony at hand, they rank among the best in the world. When the war broke out between Jarian and China, except in Germany, popular opinion, while it sympathized with Japan, deplored her prospects of defeat. Yet the event showed that China never had a show of victory from the first, so immensely was she outclassed by the military and naval superiority of the little islanders. Those who are declaring that Russia are sure to win because she has fcuch a vast resource in reserve, may be treated to an equal surprise If the war between her and Japan actually comes off. Of course Russia Is not China, but she as well as China is handicap ped In some importantpartlucularS. Presidents of the I'nited States have seldom mentioned by name individuals in their annual message to congress. When a president does depart from the' custom it is always considered to be a hiElT honor to the persons mentioned. President Roosevelt in his last mes sage, on the canal treaty, speaking of the t.-oubles on the Isthmus, givs special credit to Caut. C. B. Humphrey and Lieut. Gravson M. P. Murphy. Pres ident Roosevelt goes on in his message to tell how Capt. Hdmphrey and Lieut. Murphy rave bim accurately the sit ration at Panama last September and at Colon still later, and adds: "They were certain that the revolution would occur: and before leaving the isthmus thev made their own reckoning as to the time, which they had set down as beins probably from three to four weeks after their leaving. The reason thev set this as the probable inside limit of time was that they reck oned that it would be at least three or four weeks, say not until October 20 before a sufficient quantitity of arms and munitions would be landed. Tho i 1.336.000 asked by the secretary of the jiavy for gun practice during the vear seems enormous until one con siders tho cost of firing the big guns now in use. To fire a 13-inch gun, costs for powder and shell just about $".00. Four times a year the men are exercised in big gun practice, with regulation charges, each man of the gun's crew firing four shots at these trials. There "are seven men In the gun's crew on these guns. To fire a four-inch common shell costs 117. a six-pounder $3.86; a one-pounder. $1.11 The value of the merchandise brought into this country during the year from island ,hich have recently come un oVr the American Cag was. Porto Rico. $11,031,193: Philippines. $11,372, 584: Hawaii. $26.242.86!) a total of S1S,C6B,6-1S, against $20,25?,DC3, in 1S97. The shipments of merchandise to those Islands during the year were: Philip pines $4.O3S.90r: Hawaii. $10. 840.472: Porto Rico J 12. 246.225 a total of $27, 123. 606. against JU.773.560. in 1837 j..:..xx-xM":-::H"5k-:' CURRENT COMMENT J ? ..x..:..:.x..:..t...:x:-'X:' THE LAW OF FASHION. For those who believe that fashion is a vain thing and the outgrowth, of human pride the remarks made by Professor George E. Vincent, of the University of Chicago. before the members of the Isaiah Woman's club, Wednesday should prove enlightening. Professor Vincent so far as regarding fashion as a mere matter of personal adornment points out that it answer. Inherent needs in both man and wo man and makes for social unity. It 's obedience to the natural law of fash Ion that cuuses people to change their customs and. diversions as well as their clothes. The average individual's sudden desire to go golfing or auto mobile riding where he formerly played croquet or rode the bicycle is as much a manifestation of fashion as is th? gaudy raiment with which those amusements require him to apparel himself. For a majority, in a word, fashion is simply a matter of accomodating one's self to the environment. Any one win doubts the correctness of their view or thinks he is superior to fashion's law can test the matter for himself. It is not necessary that he do anything ex treme or violent in order to find for himself that transgression of the law of fashion brings penalties of Its own. Let him decline to conform to any on? of the more securely established usages of the society of which he forms a part and he Is a marked man. Let him al ter his manner or habit in any one par ticular so that it is noticeably diffeieru from that of the majority, and see how soon the men and women who make up his own little world begin to eye him askance and ask whether he ought not stop working so hard and call in a doc tor. It may be doubted whether this en forced obedience to the iron law of fashion is not a good thing. Its ten dency is undoubtedly toward rocia! unity and assimilation. Perhaps that it is not without reason that the no things where motley and variegated at tire is worn are usually the lowest ;n the scale of civilization and that their upward path is generally marked by growing uniformity and eonforn.icy 10 the fashions of the nations more ad vanced. Chicago News. INSURANCE AGAINST IMPRISON MENT. 1here are all sorts of queer ways of rr.aUnc money. One of the queerest Is that of the Chicago business geniu. who has arrassed a fortune by helping criminals out of Jnil for a eonrldera tion. It Is sa'd that he Is now nt the heaii of a regularly organized jail delivery industry with branches in all the large centers of population. His workmen are trained cxnerts who can safely be -n ! - -d fn divorce the prisoner from any jail, easily, surely, and without tui-ik'ity. No prisoner who can pay the necessary fees need languish !n limbo longer than it takes the jail de livery man to f. II his order in the reg ular course of business. The difcovoy recently made by acci dent, at Columbus. Mo., of the exist ence of this industry may check its normal growth. IJut for this check it would have soon have beer, incorpor ated under the laws of the state of New Jersey probably, as the I'nited States Imprlsr nment Insurance com pany. Something of the sort would fill a long felt want in criminal circles. The burglar, sneak thief. or holdup man able p procure for a moderate annual premium ( n jail policy from such a company, could get his business on a solid commercial basis and go about his work with a lighter heart. Such a company is sure to .?rrive soon er or later. 'Heing deservedly, sent to jail is about the only shock of adverse fate against which some benevolent corporation dos not now stand ready to insure the children of men. Roch ester Democrat and Chronicle. TO CURE A COLD IN OUS DAY. Take Laxative Bromo cuinrne Tablets. All druggists refund the money If it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature Is on each box. 25c. SOME EIGHTEENTH SENTURY SPORTS. In his description of eighteenth cen tury sports in England Thomas Strutt. who died 200 years ago. described that of throwing at cocks, then a favorite amusement at fairs. The cock was fixed by both legs to a peg, and would be performers paid so much a shy. just as" they do now at a cocoanut, only tho cock was more difficult to hit because he dodged the missle. The word "cock-shy" is a survival of this elegant amusement. Another version of it was "to put the cock into an earthen vessel made for the purpose, and to place him in such a position that his head and tail might be exposed to view: the ves sel with the bird in it was then sus pended across the street about twelve or fourteen feet from the gronndi to be thrown at by such as chose to make a trial of their skill; two pence was paid for four throws, and he who broke th pot and delivered the cock from his confinement had him for his reward." Nell She's rather unpopular, isn't she? Belle Unpopular! Why would yo;j believe it. that girl can't get anybody to put on her skates for her? Philadel phia Record. To strength en a weak stomach, re store the ap petite or pro mote sound Fleep we urge a trial of th-j Ritters. It nev er falls, a 3 tho u sands have already testified. It al ro cures Indigestion, Constipation, Heartburn, Dyspepsia and Liver Com plaints. t-. STOMACH ' Fitters Thousands Troubl 7 i . 7 VV .11 I r ; v uw Ml iiii '! f .(.If i m i i i U Yi! I !l 1 fiT-Y J i I . i 1 i' (Ti 1 I, V mm mm To i-rove What Swamp-Root, the Great Kidney Remedy, Will Do for YOU, Every Reader of the Phoenix Daily Republican May Have a Sample Bottle Sent Free By Mail. Weak and unhealthy kidneys are responsible for more sickness and suf fering than any other disease, therefore, when through neglect or other causes kidney trouble is permitted to continue, fstal results are sure to follow. Your ether organs may need attention but your kidneys most, because they do most and need attention first. If you are sick or "feel badly," bsjin taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot, the sreat Kidney, Liver and Eladdor remedy, because as scon as your kid neys begin to get better they will help all the other organs to health. A trial will convince anyone. ' The mild and immediate effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot, the rcat kldw.-y and bladder remedy, is soon realized, it stands the highest for its wonderful ; cures of the mo.-tt distressing cases. J night nd day. smarting or in itation in Swamp-Hoot w ill set your whole sys-i passing, brickdust or sediment in tho tern right, nnd the ben proof of this is urine, headache, backache, lame back, a trial. (dizziness, sleeplessness, nervo.isne3. 14 East 12rilh St.. New York City, j heart disturbance due" to bad kidney Dear f-'ir- Out. 13. 1903. trouble, skin eruptions from bad blood. "I had been suffering severely from ( neuralgia, rheumatism, diabetes, bloat kidney trouble. All symptoms vre on ' inir. irritability, wornout feeling, lack h:i:id; my former strength nnd power of ambition. Iofs of llesh. sal.ow coin had left me: I could hardly drag myselt j plxion, or Brlght's disease, alone:. Even my mental capacity v. as, If your water, when allowed to re giving out. and often I wished to die. : main undisturbed in a l.iss or bottie It was then I.snw an advertisement of tor twenty-four hours, forms a redi yours in a New York paper, but would meat or rotiling or has a cloudy sip- not have paid any attention to it, had it r.ot promised a sworn euarante with every bottle of yo:ir medicine, ms nertins that yo n Swamp-Root is pure ly vefretf'.ble, and docs n H contain ar.y liaimful drugs. I am jeomy years and four months old. and with a good conscience I can lecommmend Sv.-.imp- ! Root to all sufferers from kidney trou bles. four members of my family have been uing Swan.p-Root for four differ ent kidney diseases, with the same good results. With many thanks to you i re main. Very truly yours, ROfiERT RERN'ER You mav hnvp :i unmiilp hntlt tt tl-I.i. 1 - - ' - - - - ' . - - -' - ' n.v. "''-, .1 , Cl I iji - 1 nr. 7t A.y 1 . xvi I famous kidney remedy, Swamp-Roo', j lr.c-r's Swamp-Root, and the address, sent free by mail, postpaid, by which IJinghampton, X. Y., on every bottle. EDITORIAL NOTICE. If you haw; the slightest symptoms of kidney or bladder trouble, or if there is a trace oC it in your family history, send at once to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Ringh.imton, X. Y., who will gladly send you by mai'. immediately, without cost to you, a sample bottle of Swarnp-Root and a book containing ninny of the thousands upon thousands of testimonial letters re ceived from men and women cured. In writing be sure to say that you read this generous offer in the Phoenix, Ariz.. "Daily Republican." LOS ANGELES PREFERRED LIiST. The purpose of this column Id to supply the Arizona public with the names and addressps of thoroughly reliable Los Angeles establishments. The list will he found particularly valuable to those visit inpr the Coast. In dealing- with Re publican advertisers be sure to tell them wb"re vou saw the advertisement They will appreciate U and so will Tho Republican. BOOTS AND SHOES. REGAL SHOES by Mail. J'-.TS per pair, express prepaid. 1TA styles for MUX AND WOMEN. 144 sizes and widths, one price. E5 stores. Tannery to consumer. Catalog and self measure ment blanks on r.ostnl request. Los An ecles store 22i W. Third ?t., near Broad way. A. S. Vandegrift. Manager. BARRELS AND TANKS. T.os Angeles Cooperaue Co. Tanks, bar rels and kegs. Write for prices. BUSINESS COLLEGES. BROWNSBERGER HOME SCHOOL 953 W. 7thSt.. LosAnteles. Cal. Departments: Rookkeeping, 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. EROWNSBEKGER. Principal. ' LOS ANGELES. CALIFORNIA. Thorough courses. Mgli-grade work, aoundant teaching force, new and ele-g-t:it coilego building, thousands of fuc-ec-Fsful graduates. The place to go. Write for College Journal. E. K. ISAACS. President. CARPETS AND RUGS. T. B1LLINC.TON CO., 312-314 S. Broad way. Curtains, draperies, China and Ja pan mattings. All kinds of floor cover ings. MACHINERY, ENGINES, ETC. WESTERN IRON WORKS, ,WS-!r2S N. MHin St., manufact'rs crude oil engines and pumps. Complete irrigating plants. VULCAN IRON WORKS. PlT-flltl N. Main St., manfrs. stamp mills, ore crush ers, well tools. General machine work. Kodaks Have Kidney 8 and Don't Know It you may test Its virtues for such dis orders as kidney, bladder and urlo acid diseases, jioor digestion, beiiv obliged to oass vour water freouent'v pe;uance. it is evident e that your kid neys and bladder need immediate at tention. i-:var.-.p-Root is tho groat discovery of Or. Kilmer, tho eminent kidney and bladder specialist. Hospitals use i; with wonderful success in both slight and revere cases. Doctors recommend it to their patients and use it in their own families because thy recog-nie in Swamp-Root the greatest and mwt succpspful remedy. Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and Is for sale at tlru? stores the world over in bottles of two sizes and two prlce- fifty cents and one dollar. Remeni hor th n nn.i ,. ..,-.T..r.. t-. t.-i i EMPLOYMENT AGENTS. Hummel Pros. & Co., llfi-118 E. Second St. Carefully selected help. POULTRY SUPPLIES. HENRY ALBERS. 313 S. Main St. Largest poultry supply house In U. S. Send for free catalogue. NURSERY STOCK. The Vernon Nursey. 4524 Central ave., Los Angeles. 40C.000 trees. De ciduous fruit and nut trees a specialty. Write for price list. A. YARXELI-. propr. Largest stock of trees in the West. Eucalyptus, Acacias, Peppers, Cypress, etc. I alms, shrubs and fruit trees of ev ery description. Catalogues free. Special attention given to Arizona or ders Sycamore Grove Nurseries J. J. E. Saint, Prop., 43S4 Pasadena Ave nue, Los Angeles. aClifornla. 3ANATORIUMS. PRIVATE HOME for ladies during con finement. Best of care. Homes found for children. Mrs. Dr. C. E. Smith. 727 Belle vuo Ave. RM.T.ARD PULMONARY SANATOR H M, Pasadena, Cal., Dr. W. H. Ballard, Medical Director. Write for Booklet. OPTICAL GOODS. ADOLF FRESE Eyeglasses, Optical Goods ano Draughtsmen and Surveyor's Supplies Manufacturer and Importer. Los An geles, Cal., 125 S. Spring St. Sunset Tel. Main 1012. Home Tel. 1042. PATENTS. PATENTS. Copyrights, trade-marks. Labels. IT. S. and Foreign. Infringement I -suns prosecuted ana aetended. Townser.d I Bros., Bradbury blk., Los Angeles. Cal. P-A TENTS Hazard & Harpham. Los Angeles. Send for free book on patents. and Photo Supplies, n.rtx ritiUKtS AViL KKAMIHG. We make a specialty of Developing, Printing and Enlarging. ! ul""j vjircu numpi Aiienuon. send Tor Catalogue H0WLAND & CO. 2,3 SSSSk Money to Loan at Low Rates For bulldins or on improved city property. citn Uiditii Qiiilrfinar 9, I nun ittnrla'Inn I Of Lo Ange'eo, Cal. If von wmit a limn cull on our gentd, K f. 'PA K. Mil N Oritur M.. Ph'enlx. J. ERNEST WALKER. Phoenix. VV. J. MURPHY Real Estate, Insurance, Loans. 102 West dam Street. Fifield & Gallagher' GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS K il in a tee Furnished Boomt H-1H' O'Neill Building t. Phoenix. ArUona. Joe Fifield Geo. H. Gllnrbr You Must Stop for a warm room and quiet night's rest... The Williams House, Maricopa, Arizona. THE CLUB STABLES One block north of Hotel Adam or North Center Street. Nobby turnout 3afe and speedy stock. W. L. GEORGE & CO. Good TnrnouU. Good Saddle Heract. DUBLIN CORRAL. LIVERY m SALE STABLE. A. V. VAN D0RLN, Proprietor. Tel. Black 513. 19 E. Jefferson St. GET Tcan sell you a lot ;n Churchill Addition i-r S3!5. cash and SIO per mouth On East Washington street for SI39. SIO cash and SIO per month. GET A HOME NOW. R. ti. GREENE, 42 N. Center St. xSotitHern Pacific System. Second to None. QUICKEST TIME TO CHICAGO BY 16 HOURS. The Golden Sate Limited will resume Daily service eastward December 25th. Only G2 hours to Chicago by Southern Pacific and Rock Island routes. Superb service. Make Your reservations Early. Full particulars at City Ticket Office. 22 N. Center Street, Phoenix, Arizona. M. 0. BICKNELL, Aqt. HOME ! STANDARD IRON WORKS Dealers In . , New and Second Hand Machinery Complete Hat of stock on ha nd furnlahed on application. ' Casting's in Iron and Brass. , Machine Work Promptly Attended To. Telephone 671. PHOENIX. ARIZ. PRESCOTT BUSINESS FIRMS. ffat el Burke AMERICAN PLAN. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. 105 rooms. All modern conveniences. A strictly fiist-class and modern hotel. Sample rooms for commercial men. . The Bashford - Burmistcr i Company WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN General Merchandise Preccott, Arizona. WE CARRY FULL LINES OF EVERYTHING. WE HAVE A BIG STORE. WE DO A BIG BUSINESS, . BwT CAN DO MORE. Y When in Prescott it will please ' j us to have you call and get ,f. acquainted. fct.4.4 AJ. A.t, ,1. 4. it. .t, .1. .t. .1. .t. .r. .1. .1. ti J, .1. 4..1. 1. 1 THE PALACE PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. Str'.ctly on the European plan. Rooms by the day, week yr month. Finest bar and club rcoms In the southwes'- BROW, SMI1H & BLLUItR, Proprietors. j! THE HOFFMAN rVfRYTHING HRST CLASS MicKelob Beer on Draught HlRSCHfUO. PERKINS I GIBSON Proprietors I ....THE PALACE.... ? Y V HIRSCHf El 0 4 ft RKINS, Props. Imported and Domestic Wine ': liquors and Cigars v V phoenix - - - - ilion MESA HOTEL No sick taken. The comforts of visi tors made a specialty. Feed and livery tn connection. Free bus to hotel. Geo. SchornlcR, Prop. MESA, ARIZONA. ScoU's Sanlal-Pepsin Capsules APCSITIVECURE For Inflammation or Catarrh of the Bladder and Uiseasel Kidneys. No cure no par. Cures quickly aud Perma nently the worst eases ot Gonorrhoea and Gleet, no matter of how long stand In it. Absolutely harmless. Sold by druggists. Price $1.(10, or by mail, postpaid. THE SANTAL-PEFSIN CO BELLEFONTAINIi. OH'O. ELVEY & HULETT. AGENTS. NOT THE "ONLY" BUT THE "BEST" Is the Good Old Way. SANTA FE. 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. ft Phoenix Machine and Cold Storage Co. 4 il K-ndm of cbint Rrpoirinq 0on oa Snort Notice 25-33 North Second Street Jo8.Thalheimfr.Pres ; P. T. Hurley, Vice-Pres ; Louis Melczer, Treas.; Alex Rheinstein, Sec'y O. S. WILEY, Managt-r