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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORN1NO, JANUARY, 10, 1 001.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN PUBLISHED BT TMB Arizona Publishing Co. GEO. W. VICKJSKS. Pre, and Gen. Mgr. ExcluelTe Morning AocJatKl freaij The only Perfecting Press In Arizona. The only battery of Linotypes lu Ari zona. Publication office: M-38 East Adams street. Telephone No. 471 Entered at the postofflce at Phoenix, Arizona, as mall matter of the second class. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By mall, dally, one year 19-00 Weekly, one year S.00 Cash In advance. BT CARRIER. Dally, per month 7& cts. Arizona visitors to tne Coast will find The Dally Republican on sale at the fol lowing places In Iks AnKeles: Hollen heck hotel news stand, and B. F. Gard ner. JOS South Spring street. PHOENIX, ARIZONA, JAN. IS, 19ii4. A New Year Resolution. "I desire and intend to do all in my jmuvpi' to preserve peace in the f.iv 'ast." This It the New Year's resolu tion of Czar Nicholas on Thursday, January 14th. the Ruseian New Year. New Year resolutions are not famous for their integrity but the Russian New Year resolution hai this ad vantage over the ordinary New Yur resolution, it is likely to remain in force until after the others are broken for the reason that it is made two weeks later. The world. howeVer. - ill iio have murh stronujier faun in the rerolut-i-i of Nicholas than it has in that of the toper, Joltn Jones who in a moment of mental anil .!iy.cical rerrorse anil at the end if a wil l Christmas -lobauch swears on tr- r.isht of D3 -ember 31 that he is "fp irj to leave it alor.e." John Jones ptohabiv means .:;it he says but neilhe:- .l;ii-;.n nor th. i,rst of the powers 1 r-1 ; v t that Nil hol:is i. in deadly -rcra-.vt in his re-rlve to preserve the ii:i.-, ins?3 lie -sim lo so at the o :t '-f Ir.pan's honor and ultimately at ihe c-o.-r of hvr laJe- - p ndenee. Russia's habit of frowlinir tnon Japan Ia too well i:x-?l to 'e'eisily broken by an Old t"tjl New Year , resolution. It was in IS" thac Russia shoved Japan out of S-'nghai'i'n is'.ind, just off the mouth of t'ne Amur river, fore in? Jafan to take the Utile and practically worthless North Kurile is lands in exchange. It was in 1S95 that Russia shoved Japan out of the penin sula of Iiao-tung and the port of Wei-hai-Wei, forcing her to put up with some money and the islands of For mosa and of the Pescadores. At that time, also, Russia forced Japan to give up the five new treaty ports in China for foreign trade that were to be open ed under the treaty of Shimonoseki, one of these new trading points behv? PeVingr itself. The treaty of Shimono seki between Japan and China was signr.l April 17, 1SD5. and t'ne treaty of Tokio, whereby Japan lost all the mainland frrits of her victory over Chijia was signed May 8. 1S95 the neit iror.th of the same year. Russia wa i a hurry, and Russia was do tertrliu'U. Twice in that month of May th Russian tleet in those waters ulider Admiral Tyrtofvas made ready for action against the battle-scarred fragments of the Japanese tleet on May .r and May S, this latter date be ing the day on which Japan was com pelled to sign the treaty of Tokio. These ar; public things that are re membered by the Japanese, and there are many , private things of the same nature that go with these public things. Services of Secretary Root. Ccniral YS illiutn II. Carter of the United States army Y.-.n conti fouled an article to the North Amein-an Re view for Januir:', in which he sk'tches the gseat ;-;-ervices rendered by Secretaiy Rcot to hi country as secretary of v;tr. Mr Root entered uron his dutiv.s aftei the war with Spain without, any spe'iaJ knowlr.dg? of military affairs, but he at once applied himself to the task, of stuJy intr them in c.ll their details as wvll as the larg;-r 'mentions of military ad ministration, ..nd all this at a tinii? when the oidinary work of the w.tr department had been vastly increase! by the assignment to it of the govern ment of our new insular possessions and of 'uba during its occupation by our military forces. The- re;ul: lias boen that no step has been taken capriciously or from a mere d.sirj to chance, but only as suggested by past experiencu anil as the result of careful and brovui-minded study of the matters involved. The whole ublic service 'has been c-leated by one conspicuous example cf duty well tierfunned. For the suppression of the insurrec tion in the Philippines a force of thirty-five thousand volunteers was raired. equipped, drilled nnd trans ported aeries the o-jean to do ex cellent work in that far-di-tant field of operations. When matters had set tled down in those islands an.1 the time for" which the volunteers had enlisted came to an end the need of a large:- regular army became apika--ent. and. authority for its Increase having beer, bought and obtuiiud from congiesn, ilie greatest possible care was exercised in the selection ar.d appointment of the many additional officers required. The expedition into China .-it the time of the Roxer trcu Ww mijjht easily have betn badly managed, but ' wf 's, on the contrary, handled In such a maimer as to ie fiect great credit on the war de aprment and Its head, as .well as on the whole country. Thus while questions of great Im portance were constantly coming ur for decision. Secretary Root had t form his plans, carrying into effect reforms In the administration of the n.rmy which were much needed to bring: it up to the highest point of efficiency. Important chang?s were made in the organization of the ar tillery with excellent results, prov's lon beinj made for a- more efiec Ive coast and harbor defence, whil? th? field artillery was Increased to strength far biyond thr u?j?.l peace establishment. Thus with a mo e numerous cavalry thrs3 two c :nn could bear t'h-eir proper pror.orti n when the militia or volunt'-or. we e called into service, for the?e can be deperded upor only to supply infan try in adequate numbers in an emer gency. Another very important mat ter was the organization of 1he gen eral staff, which was r.ot easily ef fected oven in its modifiel form. Soon after this a bill, prepare 1 by Secre tary Roct himself, Wi:s pns;-eu by congress. Intended to bring about a closer connection between ire rejrufar army and the National Guards of in? i?!flf?re-Pt states and insure for this body of citizen soldiery a better train ing and a more practical oiganlza ticn. The?e notable achievements were not accomplished without opposition, raitlculaily in t'lie matter of consolidating- the different departments of army administration under a single head, but whtre, as in this case, all that was desirable could not te ef fected, a bcsinnir.s. at least, was made, and on these excellent founda tion? others can build in the future. The value of the work accomplish J by Secretary Root ij piobably tetter appreciated and urule.-ftool by army officers than It is by the nation gen erally, and General Carter see3 abun dant reason for congratulating the army "upon having had the patriotic, unrelfish and devoted services of'Klihu Root during four years,, covering a pe riod of new development unparalleled in our history." To the Editor of Th Republican, S'r As. th( subject of street namincr and j house numbering- appears to be exciting some Interest in lertain quarttrs, I will! ask your pardon for intruding the third j tim upon your tpac? to ry that there is now on fi'e in the city engineer's t f- j li e a map prepared by directk n of tli city council wherein th- entift- elty is numbered by a uniform and simple f y tfin. Any r"sldmt desiring lo knew his rop er r umber hus onl to call at the c'.ty engineer's oflic? in th' city hall, be tween the hours' of foil-- and five p. m., where he cn get the desired ir.foima tion free of charge. Neat and durable metallic f'gures for numbering pur poses cm be procured of ny hardware dealer for fifteen cents ai.iiere nnd five minutes work with a small hammer suffices to put them In place. As to the complication of street I names I beg to ;y that ther-? ! a re- ) olution r.ow ir. the hards of the '-onncil providing for the renaming of eat an i west streets in the outlying adliiijns in conformity with th-i system of pres idents! name now in u.se in the old tit of Phofmix. Churchill and Mont jT'jm ry additinns. Thus Hennott Ian-; will be Fillmore strer-t. Un'u' r ity ave nue and Canal Etv-( t n il: bo P:lk str et. !;-iltir.ore street and I5!eventh street on the north of Dennis al iit'o , will b- Roosavel sttc t. etc O. C. TITOMPW.iX, 'iy Knslr:ee.-. o FROZEN UP IN THE DELAWARE. Philadelphia, Jan. 1.". Stuck fast on n bar ar.d hemmed in by fields of iei; the American liner Haverford, bound for Liverpool and sailing frtn this pert yesterday afternoon, was heli all day in the Delaware. 1'our large tugs and a city ice boat failed to re lease the vesr.el, and at dusk this ev ening they abandoned their efforts. o r REFUSES $20,0C0 FOR ENGLISH LAD. I.exr.ton, Ky 14. W. E. Fhillirs, trainer for Fred Cook, the St. Ixmls bockmaker, today refused an off r from John I-'. Madden of $20,000 for Enj lish .Iad, the horse for which J. A. Drake made a handsome offer a few weeks since. Mr. Phillip3 says Kr.gli b I.ad Is r.ot for sale. WELCOME NEW SHIP SERVICE. Plymouth Officials and People Greet First American Line Vessel. Plymouth, Eng., Jn 11. In accord ance with the new plan of the American line to make this placa a port of call, the steamer Philadelphia, arrived h re today. She was boarded by the mem beis of th? municipality and a dslecra tion from the chamber of commerce, who extended an offic'al we'c; m to h r. She proceeded at 4:30 o'clock for Southampton. o BITTEN BY MAD DOG. Ashland, Ky., Jan. l.". G. W. Shafer, of Lawrence county, O., was here on his way to Chicago to be treated for the bite of a mad dog. Three others were bitten by the dog, besides many horses. and cattl?. Several ht rses developed hydropho bia and were shot. Much alarm is felt for the persons who were bitten. o ' DIVES SEVEN STORIES TO DEATH Philadtlphia, Jan. 15. Leaning tut of a seventh story window hi the Read ing Terminal to show a boy ,vhere to find a card case that had dropped Henry W. Peacock fell and vas in stantly killed. He was general sales agent of the Iteach Creek Coal com pany,' one of the numerous companies allied to the Heading. He lived In Qer-mantown. W ould Your Estate provide an annual income sufficient for your family's needs ? Or does it consist of an active business from which the return would be uncer tain in case of your death ? Widows are proverbially the victims of in vestment sharks. Your wife can be provided with an annual income for life, at a low vate, under a form of contract devised and introduced by The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York. Aurut T CIHI rotm birtlniM mn of Krw Vork took mil Policy S. t 006 742 In fuf nf ' pii three nrrtniumt of KOCH 40 ancT in SepWn.txr. 1903. heilifi. 1 1- Company al on. paid hn irio t 000 and will (oncinue lo pay hr tliat win annually as long a lives In writing for terms, state the amount of income you would like to provide your wife, the amount of cash you would like returned if you survive the period of limited payments, and give the ages of both. The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York Richard A. M-Curdy. Pe-.idcot. SHIRLEY CHRISTY, Manager. Phoenix, Ariz. THE BLACK SEA (Continued From First Page.) lieve, if left to diplomacy, th? situation may continue several flays, even we.ks. The ihancos of an earlier breach are said to be found l'i the possibility of the Immediate oecupation of ("orean ports by Japanese forces, ar.d the pr?siTue In the Hod Sea simultanecu? y of Ru?rian r.nd Japanese warships. RUSSIANS CONCENTRATING. Pekin, Jan. 15. It is reported from consular sources at New Chwanr: that Russian trocps are concentrating at the towns of Liao-Yang and Ha! VhinB. and other places, where they will be in a rosTtlon to re-ceeupy th toirltory between the Liao river and the great wall and seize t'n? Nnw Chwanpr and Phan-llal Kwau seeti-n of the Chinese railroad. A REMOVAL TO RUSSIA. Pt. Petersburg, Jan. ir. Diplomats here regerd favorably the suggestion of the transfer cf the Russo-Japan"?? negotiations to Ft. Petersburg. It is rot intended to delay matters, but it is be lieved it would rrtnove the negotiations from th" hands of the war pirty. rep resented l;y Admiral Alexieff, the Rus sian vic-erry in the far east, and en able the czar nnd Foreign Minist.-r Linsdorff to more clasely control them. i A CLOSED INCIDENT Mr. HannaSays cf the Report of His Candidacy. Pittsburg:, Jan. 1.". Senator M. A. Hanna, in ai. interview hers to.-.i.';'.u. paid: "1 have F?nt out 2 000 erKuivil letters denying that I am a candidate for the presidency and I do net v.pnt to he considered as stub. I con-;i1;i ail such talk a "closed in ident." Tiie al leged opposition to the nomination oi president Roc sevelt lias b m :i over estimated and mayrnified preatly l-y democratic pr litici.ins pi'T. ethers v.-itu democr.itlc proclivities." S";nator Hanna said he -.vtui-J Ipsuo the call for the natioi'al convetitic ;i It a few day.. It has ! n -U lived on account of the (Iiic-af;n net 1 k"e.)i .-p advmclns their rates. URACUAYAN WAR. Montevideo. I'rairuay, Jan. K.. It is rejiorted thai .1 seriout: battle has taken )la -e between the coverinr.ei t troops and tiie insurgent:, the latter losins: heavily. iM THE BALANCE. The Arizona Statehood Question Under Advisement. WflFhfnsrton. Jin. If.. The hearings 0:1 the proposition to rrrant ftitthood tr Arizona were concluded to-lay with a statement by Dcl--prate Wil:cn. The committe? toc,k the matter lip in executive scsrion. but reached no tcnclurion. TO CURE A COLD IN OM DAY. Take Laxative Ilromo rtulnrne Titblets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. V. Grove's sirrnaturn is on each box. 25c. THE COMMONER AT ST. LOUIS. Mr. Eryan Denies that He Will Edit a New Hearst Pa-er. Chi r'ago. Jan. in. I si reply to a report that he was to edit a Il?arst piper in Pt. Louis, Mr. Biyan telegraphed f rr n Hannibal, Mr.: "I have not heard o." Hearst's St. Louis paper. I shall pub lish a daily edition of the Commoner ?t St. Louis during the convention." o HEADACHE FROM COLDS. Laxative Bromo Quinine removes the cause. To get the genuine, call for the full name. 25c JAPAN'S "GRAND OLD MAN." The present Ftruggle in Japan ap pears to be between the hot heads of the m.tion and Ma.-otiis Ito. the vett t au statesman about whom one of the younger political leaders writes: "He is the present ;id future of our coun try, personified in one individual: and in spite of all the attacks of party Politics he is st'l! the man to w'mni ail and everyone turn their eyes whenever the country Is in trouble, whether lie is in-or out of ottice." THE SURE-FOOTED YAK Yaks, which are the hearts of burden in Tibet, are very surefooted and a good one will carry a load of over lino pounds along tile steepest hillside. They can exist on the scantiest grass, but grain food suits them for a few days only. Kight miles a day is good everage work. A recent traveler tried leather boots for his yaks without suc cess. ' Tame Yaks ore Tvhite, black, i 11 J You Can Be Csred No. 11 C'.ir Terrnco, Hot Wi'itiNcs, Akk , April I, 1?C3. When I was Crct married I found tbx ray Et.rcr.gr:i an J health were gradually hui aistung. 1 bccaiui mri-oui and irritalile, and was in be;l a we.-k mill somrti .cs ten days of cvrrv inon'th, and had intense bc:iriivt clov.-.i :-r.:ns. M v huntaiid had th--! best physician for 1 10 r.nu 1 wsw-c' his niC-iiiciiie lor nearly four months, but 1 grai'.ua'ly rjesi worse, hii-1 less stronti-., uud Cuilly. 1 ;ts ucztu u 1-ave my bod at nil. A fric-nd who was callinir on me brought mo n l-t!lo cf ttrsf, Tints of Carfl-.ii nml waa so loud in iti jjra.'sj t'ui'.t . tr..n Wine, of I was .irpvi: (1 a'n.l pl..vise"fthat bcfor better, fo I i.ej fc on using it. Kitrt bottK-s l;roi;i;i)t back my lost health ami r.trciiKtli. nni I have net fca-l a sick day ia six months. Mrs. Fmnopan Lad little hope of relief Iioeanne che1 knew tlit every time sli".' lia l those ?h U t.f i.icnstrual v.iilc: i'.irr v.'ith atti-iulaiit l.e:irinjj down pains the was weaker. Ami every month the pain was pruivin' more severe. Put Mrs. Finnerrp.n was cure.1 ly Yv'i.ie ' Canlui. She is hot so well t'.iat thi-re are few v.-omeii who v.o;:ll nut 1' p!:'.l t i havi- tl:- Iic.-.ltii she bas. A1 any wonuiii who Las tliosc drtaJetl bc:irinj tluv. ii p.! ins ran have the same relii-f. You can ue free from i-.ier.ptr.inl irrerrr.Iaritii-s i; yuii la si vegetable wine. Why dun.'t '! taUe it whn you f;-e v.xai i f.r others? Secim- a bottle ii' Wine Al Czrdr.l today. Your lriia;rit has ?1.00 bi.ttler-. E ZT- cPi5 C2 - hi i Such Belicious Coffee It 1$ oot the cofiee it is the Creain. Your coti'ee FIG BP.AHD EVAPORATED CREAM It is not like the weak and u-atery milks put up sistencyevery can alike. Any can ot tvfioratcd c,rram bearing our cap tauei, reprndu -rd herewith, is pnarar.terd to be the beot nnd purest. He sure you see the ta; label before you buy. '1 is the cap ot merit the sign ot honest goods. HELVETIA CONDENSING CO., Higtland, Illinois "Orljijsators and Larcsst Producers oi Evaporate! Cream." Southern California Advertisements LOS AN jPREFERR ED LI5T.I The purlins of 1 1 1 i a column Is to supply the Arizona r.'-i 'l''( with the nair.os i nnd ai"l.lr-ss s of thoroiiiiiily rt-lialI Iji.s Auyles -s'aljli.sani: i.ts. 'J'lie Lst Will i i .o f.iiKid jip.rtici.la.riy vuluublt' to ih'jso visiiir.ir ihe Coast. In dc.-iiimc with It--' I riiil.licnr ad . ' i-l i rs Lc sure to Icll i hem wl-.Tf you saw the a 1 v-rtist-ment. I Tiny will appreciate it and so wdl Thv.- KcpuKican. BOOTS AND SHOES. KEGAL S..0LS by Mail. $".73 per pair, erjires-s pr'-pnid. stvle"? f ir ,MI-:. AND WOMKX. Ui si7.es an I widths, oik- jirie. io stor-f. Tannery ti coi.fiiti.i r. t'atalo'T nnd sflf nitiisipi meui blanks on t:ost;il tf'HUst. Ixis An-c-!e store 'J2j. V. Third Sr., near llroai way. A. S. Vandwirrift. ilanaper. CARRELS AND TANKS. I.os Angeles roeperasre Co. Tanks, bar rels and -trs. Write for prices. EUSINESS COLLEGES. - i BROWNSBERSER HOME SCHOOL' 953 W. 7lhSt., LosAru;clc3, Cal. Departments: 1 lookkecpincr. Short hand. College Pri-paratin y, KiiIisli, j Telegraphy, Spanish. Lari;e Kymnas l.im. Tiie only business school in the I city that has recreation ground.. iScnd for catalogue. j F. BR0WKSBERGER. Principal, j LOS ANGKLES, CALIFORNIA. Tlic-oiifch courses high-grade wcrk, n 1 mi 1 .i la 1 1 1 teacninc Toror-, new and ele Kni coiletf" lrjil.lii.pr, thousands of Ftie cf ssful graduates. The place to go. Write for College Ji"-urral. K. K. ISAACS. rrst,ent. CARPETS AND RUGS. T. ItlLLlNGTON Co.. S12-.1N S. Kroad- way. Curtains, draperies, China and .Li lian mattings. All kinds of Moor cov r inp.s. 1 MACHINERY, ENGINES, ETC. WESTERN IKON WORKS, !H)Vt'2 N. i Mhin St., manufaet'rs cr-nie oil fng:r.C3 and pumps. Complete irrigating plants. VULCAN IRON" WORKS, 917-010 N. Mam St., manfrs. stamp mills, ore crush err,, well tools. General machine work. H0WLAND gray md brown, and all internv-di.ite gradations of Uiee colors. The wild yak is invariably black, and in early spring his winter coat almost sweejis the ground. At such seasons wild and tair.c ale almost indistinguishable and a story is to'd of a big game hunter in Tibet who shot his own baggage ani mal by mistake. EATING HORSE FLESH IN PARIS. Hating horseflesh by the poor in Paris is iiii re:i:-:iig to siu h an extent thr-.t tlv abattoirs will have to be enlarged. Tn -present consumption is 3 J.OCi) l-.t)i-es(i a year. The horse meat is somewhat darker and stronger than beef, but it .rjf g J T I v4 f 1 AM ' ilV'Vl"!, I l-.ail unt J fao botf.c I really Xclt Tuisuskb, Lr. A.tDHEV. j' V.v lr.rr. this lias pur will alvrays taste delicious if you uie by others, but is creamy and unilorm in con 5.-JI G E L E S EMPLOYMENT AGENTS. ITuinmel I'ros. Co., 11G-11S ;. Second I I ht. tarelully selected help. POULTRY SUPPLIES. 1IKXRY- AMiriiS. 31.'. S. JlHiti s. T.ar-t-st poultry stipply house in I.. S. ?eriil for free catalogue. NURSERY STOCK. The Yermon N':;rsey, 4524 Centrtil live, I .os Angeles. 4ri'!,fl00 trees. Ie cidfois fruit and nut trees a pecia!tr. Write for price list. A. YAKXEU, propr. Largest ytotk of trees in the West, l-iicalypt us, Acaelas, IVperfi, Cypress, t -. ialn.s. fhrul.s and fruit trees of ev ery d-?cription. t'utalimties free. special atlenliiin Kivtn lo Arizona cr- ; i!ei .s Sycamore Grove Nurseries J. J. K. Paint. Pron.. 4r,,4 Pasadena Ave nue. Los Angeles, ai.'lilornia. i SANATORIUMS. I'P.IVATK IIOMF for ladies, during con finement. I '.est of can-. llorrns found for ohii'h-en. Airs. Vr. C. K. Smith, 7LT ISelK vue Ave. l: M.T.AHI I'I'LMONA U Y SANATOR IT'M, 1'asadena. Cal.. I r. W. II. Ilallard. Medi'-al Uirrctor. Write for Hooklet. OPTICAL GOODS. ADOLF FRESE E rglaxsea. Optical Gnda Ktlt: Draughtsmen and Surveyor's Supplies Manufacturer and importer. Los An geles. Cal., 126 S. Spring, St. Punse' Tel Main 104:?. Hump Tel P'l'c PATENTS. PATENTS. Copyrights. trade-marks. Labels, U. S. and Foreign. Inlringcment suits prosecuted and defended. Townner.d !:ros., Kr.ulluny bile. I.os Angeles. Cal. PATENTS Hazard & Harpham. Los Ann-eles. Send for lice book on patents. V fj- AX Kodaks and Photo Supplies, ART PICTURES AND FRAMING. We make a specialty of Developing, Printing and Etilarging. Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention. Send for Catalogue. & CO. S5S$ I'AI. isn-.ul! schonn'r and filled her with lis not unpa'atable. It has grown in popularity since the sieg,-. The flesh , of the horse and the ass is about half i the price of the beef, but the former is becoming dearer. Used tip horese that have worked for eiht or ten years in the c ity are pin chased for S5o. put out j to graze for a few weeks and are then Jutl to the slaughter house. In some tlepai tmeiits, such as the Kord, there 1 is ,.i scarcity of hmses for farm won:. o Temptation i". the balance in which character is weighed. Chicago New. He ware of the siler.t man; he may be? a reformed ic-ise tighter. Chicago Xcws. Cherru Pectoral ror an aiseascs or the throat !,un23. A doctor s medi- J. C. AvcrCo.. iw.:iuv W V v w Lowoli. Mux Monev to Loan at Low Kales Vor buiiding or o:i imp-ovetl rily p-.-pert y. State Mutual Building & Loan Asr cciatlan of i.or iino'f: fivi If vol1 mit h limn call "n i"ir pkch's K K lA-ii'"K. I lit V Center M., riim-iiix. J EltNKST WALKKR. Phoentx. W. J. MURPHY Real Cstate. In?irance, loan. IOa 4.i(ams Street. Fifield & Gallagher GENEFAL CONTRACTORS " AND SUPLRINTEKDEKTS Kamuiiteti Knrolheii Eoofnf II -11' O'Neill BuildinR-i'. ti tj 73. Pboerii. Arnona. Jo Klfleld Geo. II. Galtaifbr You Must Stop lor a WrtTi luoin and quiet niy fct's resl... The Williams flotise, Maricupa, Arizona. THE CLUB STABLES One block north of Hottl Adams oi North Cent"! Street. Nobby turnout itif nri.l Hp'-dy mock. W. L. GEORGf & CO. Good Turnottti. Good Saddle Horsci. DUBLIN CORRAL. LIVERY 5ND SALE STABLE. A. V. VAN D0RLN, Proprietor. Tel. Elack 513. 19 E. Jefferson St. lean sell you a lot in Churchill Addition for $325. S25 cash an-1 S10 per mouth. 7 On East -Washington street for St30. 510 cash and 510' per :n -nth. GET A HOME N0B R. M. GREENE, 2 Ti. Certr t. vSoixtHerri Pacific System. Second to None. OUICKEST TIME TO CHICAGO DY 16 HOURS. The Golden Sate Limited will resume Daily service eastward December 25th. Only G2hour.s 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. .TANDAKD GET A HOME ! Dealers In New and Second Hand Machinery Complete list of stock on Ua rid furnlPhed on application. Casting's iri Iron and Brass. Machine Work Promptly Attended To. Telephone B71. PiCESCOTT KUSI.MLSS jTIKMS. -J o t e 1- B urKe AMERICAN PLAN. PRESCOTT, AP.IZONA. . 105 rooms. All niodern conveiiiettcusij A strictly fust-class nnd modem hotel. Sample rooms for commercial men. J ' Bashford - Burmister t Company WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN. General McrchandlGG Prescott, Arizona. j WE CARRY FULL LINES OF EVERYTHING. WE HAVE A j EIG STORE. WE DO A BIG BUSINESS, BT CAN DO MORE. Vhrn in Prescott it will please us to have you call and get ! X acquainted. . .Ti .1. .t. V T. .f -t. t. JU THE PALACE PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. Strxtly on the European plan. Koom.1 by the day, weeU -or mouth. Finet biir and club rtoms in the souUiwes". BitOVV, SMIIH & BtLCIiLK, Proprietors. ..... THE HOFFMAN a j II n I I HI ' VJ. fli:jii f on DxAtallt HIKSCHf LlU. ptftKINS & GiBSOS PMnnnlnrc THE PALACE v V Y HiaStlllLlO PIRMNS, Prop. r y . v : Imported and Domestic Wines : I Liquors and Cigars y : y Fhoenlx - ArUon l4x..:..-:..x:..X"M::::'K-i4 Tantalu- v.vr- rcachmtr in vain for thp cluster of purple prap:s just be :"md his srrurp. "M t.'.-i. 'tV ju"t a well," he finally a'dmlttst!. "Tiif mape has put many a ijiifrht yout'i to the bad." So soliloquizirs, he contented himfeif by reading tne street car ads fcr pat-t-nt health foods. Milwaukee Sentlr.el. jScoU's Sanial-Pepsln Capsules A POSITIVE CURE For Icflemnirit ion or Catarrh of the Bladder and Diseased Kidney. No cure no pav. Cures quickly suti Verma nentiy the worst cases cf Gonorrhoea and Gleet, rc matter ol how long stand ing. Absolutely harmless bold by drugRists. Prira Jl.Oil, or hy n.ail. l05tpaid, SI tm, 3 unxes s. .;). THE SANTAL-PEFS1N G3.. BtLLtFONTAIMIi. OH'O. IIULETT. AGKNTS. jj .'l; , a . igtai t ft t ;gyt- "THE OILED ROUTE" t i, A Railroad Par Excellence. SMOKELESS ENGINES DUSTLESS ROADBEDS WINGLESS FLYERS. PEERLESS MEALS FAULTLESS EQUIPMENT Not How Gfieap, But Hour Fast and Good L. H. LANDIS, General Agent, Phoenix. j KLVKV-& ! IRON W0 RKS PHOENIX, AniZ. Phoenix Machine and Cold Storage Co. 'A il K:nde of Machiae Repairing Done on Short Notice 25-33 North Second Street J 09. Thalheimtr, Pres. ; P. T. Hnrley, Vice-Pres. ; Louis Melczer, Treas.; Alex. Rheinstein, Sec'y O. WILEY, Manager A