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THE ARIZONA KF.PtnLICAX, TUESDAY 3I0SxfrO, APriTL J-'O, 1004
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN rUBLISITED BT THJJ Arizona Publishing Co. EO. W. VICKER8. Pre. nd Gen. Mgr. Kxclustve Morning AwocIaUd Preea The only Perfecting Pren In ArUona, The only battery of Linotypes in Art- PubUcatlo omce: wj-w mbi ACira8 treet. Telephone No. 471 tmAt rrl.rtlinnA Entered at tlie poetomce ii rlxoaa, aa Biall matter of the aecend class. BTJBSCRTFTION KATE3. By mall, dally, one year Weekly, one year Cash In advance. .Jf.OO . 100 BT CARRIER. Dally. Pr month T ct- Arizona visitors to Mie Coast will And The Dally Republican on sale at trie roi lowin places in I-e Ar.eeles: H"" beck hotel news stand, and E. F. uara- ner. SOt Soutn spring street K4J7 rHOBNIX. ARIZONA. APRIL CC VOL The Convention ShouM Instruct for Hearst. Th- democrats of Maricopa county will meet in convention today, to elect delegates to the tentorial convention at Tix-son. The delegates to Tucson will partic Spate in the work of selecting delegate-, to tht national democratic convention at St. Louis. It has been ecr.flder.tly expected that the county convention today would instruct the delegation to Tucson to use all honor able means to secure an instructed delegation for Mr. William Randolph Hearst. The indications were liist night, however, that the convention today would not favor instructions for Hearst. We hasten to protest against this turn of affairs. Is Mr. Hearst to be buncoed here and at Tucson as he has in numerous states of late? We fear that such Is to be the case. With painful regularity, states which were counted surely for Hearst have hcid their conventions, and instead of instructing their delegates to L Louis for the reerless Califo: man-New i'crkcr, have adopted, merely, resolu tions commending young Mr. Hearst us an "able democrat," a "sterling democrat." the "arch enemy cf the trusts," and so on. In other words. Instead of getting instructed dele gates, as he had a right to expect, Mr. Hearst has been getting large chunks of hot air. The first indication of a purpose to give Mr. Hearst the same bunco treatment in Arizona was the gieeful announcement made by his chief journalistic boomer that all would be harmony at Tucson; that the Hon. Marcus Aurelius Smith and other leading democrats op.pr.sed to Hearst liutj consented that modiflsd instruc tion might be given. That is, it was eirlair.ed, the delegates to St. Louis tntght be instructed to vote for Mr. Jlrnrft provided there was a chance tar his nomination when they got thire. What show will Mr. Hearst have if all the delegates to St. Louis tiav such a string titd to their in slru tior.s? He has a right to expect something better cf Arizona. What !tlnJ cf treatment is this to receive for and In consideration of a generous bo-Sti'-wal of "expense money?" The lawyers have a phrase, "caveat emptor," which they sometimes quote, and which means, "Let the buyer be wore. But who in all Arizona's do mains warned Mr. Hearst to beware? He had a right to suppose that he wa dealing with friends when the local bo rex assured him that they would deliver the goods. A Possible Solution of the Difficulty at Benson. Acknowledgement is made of an in vitation from Purerintendent O'Brien t th reformatory at Benson, suggest tnj thc.t a member of The Republican ta!f bf? sent to examine that institu tion nnd report whether !t is properly teinducted. It ! not necessary for us to ge to that trouble. It Is manifest that so lonjr a Superintendent O'l'.iit-n ilis churire also the duties of his office of probate judge of Cochise county and rtivhlrR his time between Benson and Tntnf.afnnfl Inu-nc 4,'l r!l..a -imrt V.. ! cannot jfive the Benson industrial sc hool the atte ntion which the law intends he fhall give. There is not another office In the trlrtory which calls for more constant vigilance and more competent manajtemfnt than the Benson Institu tkti. It Is net enough that' the in r.ate are properly guarded and that rcn of thr-m get away. Th inius tri.tl a.-hocil is intended to be a reforma tery in the truest sens?, ar.d if Super tntriidrnt O'Frion possesses talents fur fcfortring juvenile oTenders he cannot Jo u duty by his charges when his rrrviccs are available cnly jiart of the lft:c. Hut the mere fact that he is willing t e absent from his post of duty part cf the time argues, we fea-, that he dof s r.c! take the Interest In his work which hould. The executive head of a rformatoy institution should have a rolural liking and aptitude for the wirk, am! If he have these qualities hr t not likely to absent himself from hi" duties voluntarily. Froper zeal in lexiking after the welfare cf the way woid children placed In hi hi:-e vmM niise hhu to remain on duly iry day, one would think. Tfc only rxcusp adv.incrcl so far as wc fiave n.ted-for the extraordinary ilution at Benson Is that Mr. O'Brien U a rtrufclican. and If he were to ro-J sign his position of probata judg of , Cochise ccunly the county supervisors, J being- democrats, would appoint a iem- ccrst to succeed him! The people of ! the territory will have no patience ' with such an excuse. Mr. O'Biien in ' r.o doubt a capable probate Judfe, prd lit Is evidence of his poularity that re ! was elected in a' strongly democratic I county, but after all. the p?rsmal I phase of the subject does not Interest t 4 the rubllc. It is desirable, of ccurse, that the county offices at Tombstone shall- I e tilled by republicans, if po.isl ole, hut the situation does not present an in superable difficulty for the terrlic i laJ administration. There are 11 3,000 square miles and 72 million rc-ts in Arizona, and surely, in all '.hose breed acres seme other republican c juid l e found who would be competent to (ill the office at Benson, and tluvi-1) th r -inlt the ofiice of probata j'.idje r.t Tombstone to continue ii. '. ' 2 fvind" of Judge O'Brien. We mak .? this s-:;-r-gestlcn on the assuuitK'en that ris resignation cf the office of prrd.r;tc judge would b. folio'-vd 'ty tl.o wro;k of matter and the- crash nf -:Vs. But wculd the rame catastrophe at tend his resignation nf tlx; otlii.-. at Benson? Just Every Day Heroism. It is so much more spectacular to risk sudden death in the sight of the multitude that the word "hero" is not generally applied to the men and women who perform nets cf inconspic uous bravery. For this reason it is probable that the nveragD newspaper reader gave but passing attention to the brief dispatch from New York which related that a r.umbe. of the physicians and nurses at Kellcvue' hos pital have been stricken with tubercu losis. According to the hcspital authorities, members of the staff have been greatly run down by overwork, and thus bo came peculiarly susceptible to the dread dissasc. Negligence on the part of the tuberculosis patients, they say, is the direct cause. Persons in that ward should, under the regulations, expectorate in receptacles provided for such use, but the doctors say when ever an -attendant's back is turned the patients spit on the floor and thus gen erate germs which are certain to spread the disease if inhaled by per sons in the leas; run down physically. Physicians and trained nurses every where recognize that constant danger attaches to their attendance upon con sumptive patients, and every year large numbers are added ii the list ci these martyrs in the medical and nursing professions. But nobody ever heard of a doctor refusing to lend his services on that account. And nobody ever heard of a doct r refusing. to min ister to a case of malignantly contag ious disease cf any kind. Their quft and unostentatious heroism is taken as a matter of course by the public. The World's New ihips. According to the annual report of Lloyds Register, the total number of vesesls, exclusive of warships, launch ed in Great Britain during the past year was 679, of 1.190.6IS gross Ions. Of these C3 were steamers. Klsewhere 549 steamers cf 70S,2Sri tens ar.d 4Ct sailing vescls of 1'6.8'iS tons were launched, in addition to 7S war vessel-! of 239,210 tons displacement. The new tonnage in the United States was 3S2, CCO, in Germany 11, CCO and in France 93,000. In Great Britain the sailing tonnage decreased by about 92,000 ton.3, while: the steam tonnage increased by 497,000. Of the tonnage launched in Great Brit ain 99 per cent was steel. A feature of the French ship-fiuilding is the abandonment cf the construction of large sailing vessels. The wreck returns for the year show that the tonnage of all nationalities totally lost, broken u;, etc., crnounts to about 744,100 tons, of which 419,0j0 was steam tennage. The net increase cf the world's mercantile tonage was about 1,402.000 tons. On Eating Too Much. Professor Chittenden of the Khefheld scientific rchool of Y :1a .-oi-.tLiucv to preach with vigor la:: dotri:.: that people eat too much. In a paper read before the National -.each any of Sci ences at Washlng-on la.;t wc d:, th professor made the assertion that the average healthy man cats f re m two to three times as m ini as he noc-ds to keep hiai in perfect phyjic al and men tal health. Professor Chiltond ;n la tlree classes cf men were experimented cn several professors t th" s. 1 oc '., :r cluding Pi fessor Chi:. . nd-v.i l;irn:c!f: several s-tudor.t.s and s pja J rf United States soldier. There w-'s a !,radu il reduc tion of meat and ether proteid foods, with little if any inrrcaf ia staich and other lood;;, in nearly all the tests. No lixed regimen was requir ed in any c-ase, the endeavor bedng ta satisfy the appetite of each subject. In only one case was the meat entirely eliminated from the diet. At the end cf the experiment, which lasted nearly a year and were concluded only a' few days ago, the entire let of men who had been Professor Chittenden's sub jects were in the best of health. Their j weight in some cases jvaa almost ex 1 cetly the same as when the experi I ments were begun, and in some eiight- ly lower. Their bodily vigor wais ; greater and the ir strength was much greater, partiady cnvh.g t:i their regu lar physical exercise::, and p;'iii.i!ly owing Professor 'ri I t.iulc-i believes, to the smaller amount of food c.il-n. The daily consumntion rf fm.1 :it iUr. close of the experiments was mu:h k-ss than the recognized standard, a:.d from a third to a half as much as 1 the average man cats. A SCNG WRITER'S WRECKED LIFE. So. high a. muicnl authority rs Ijoni ( ITrnn pronounces Stephen C F.'scev "the chief folh-sonrr writer on this siile simplicity in melr-dy and harmony. ! 'i ins limitation was proi:n riy rii c wn lu"V i-" - ''" ' "7 ;' " '. , i voted several years of study to the! vcicv? and to the pian-. In h:s "History of American Music," Air. Elsn sa ,s cf Foster's ?on;s: "The harmonies s i f'.otn go beyond the three chief chrd-; vet when one tries to iniltote tiiis Fl.i;- rlicitv. it is found to be mc-t dlrlicut to secure. Some of the re 1 ,,.,.5 1., ,1 . v"- coirr.-e, ail music s.rinc; ironi ir.e e "thr;'e c hief chords," ciusteis aroin.I tlx-ni, and gravitates to them; but Fos ter left the elaborations and th? har monic excursions to otherr, cnfii'ng himrelf to the plain purities and ori-riii- oid Folk-? At Home," t mli u- and poTiuiar thrcmf.hciH the v..-.rM. md r.u- merons oth-r sonus which captured tie hearts of the people. ' The "riathetx " part of his carr i found in hi armabiiit v, his tro , ;-r l- 1 wsh;p, his ccnviv.il Fpi-lis .-.nd poverty. M.-. K!s:.n com rare? him, in theo i espects with Poliubert. Vet th ' sands- of doll it-dta-hr-shraoshoshr-ishi Uk Schu'-e-.t. r r-civ d irauy ti.o ..-- rand.-? or aoll.irs in royal I s on ns Cou:;h -sI'.Jcit--, and i.iii;lit have be n weaithy if h? had not sp -nt Irs inn'.v y in riotous i Vint?. His m rvl.-i.c-e w i. mad a failure by hlm'.f a"d a s r-nr-tior. f-llow't-tl. He led a b.hcml.m !ir in No v Vork. His ji; p:i:n o nt that time was shabby an i tr utmi-1 ke and he !iv,-l a li.-md-to-mc u'h exist1 r. -. lii home w.i :. cheap lo-lgi;;sj h. u e, a:nl one r.inrht. while in h:s ro m. r.e fell nd received a cut which sevrre 1 I a n ; -i t e: . n :i i.i ,i .i u n i i x '. ; Th 1 i. I 1. a; d three clavs I.i'er lu died in ! i the eomr-xn warl ef -i h-';-lt-ii at fit" are of thirt v-ll ; ye.-rs s. Mr. Ki'O I f .-?. but othor biographers ray thlity- j I'e-.-ter was a man of c-.3u'ati -n f.nd 1 extensive rcsHng.- b.dnT ql e tally f.:sd I of n.x-tr-y. H? a.s a c-levr nrtlr.' in I water colors. rx1 was famili.-tr with th. P,eT-rrnn and Fren'-h 1 i.n-1: '.fft-s. - t liis .life wrp a wast'.- e-a-c-yit for !n'?' h-vitage of it.us'.c which it h-'.'t to t! e!n world. M . I.lS'ii sa-.-5 iri'.t ia - f,"rv nj of a t' i t ure d and tr u! 1 fi inirlishod in mispvy." I' :- . jJ is "the tal car'r. exlin sitay tnere is room lor (lount a - 10 in , ?i torture and trouble. Foster wa i a r o ; Si sr-rs a violin- He cho-e his own m- .l ! I ot life, rorhajs he l.!:d it. At : nv ! rat", the HiCTi" is not one fo" t -ar.-I and sympathy, eor.i h-i ir that h's iii i crime was sutllcient to mai'-.tain : ce;m- fo-tt-bl? and haopy hnr.re. I.- I w rath I ; er feel so. ry tcr tne. so v. r.o. u :m:naT Foster's rnuslo, must rxpe:i t" e sore ! thing- of a sli" k on lea.-'-i.i? wh-il it 11 1 j of p. !u :.n Fc?;ti-r wa-. It a ay b tru , I as Mr. F.'" n ? iy?. thft "ihi : rc nt j sensitive and (Pladent nature i-uc,h; : some? hi:? cf the ceh'ia! cri-'m." l..:t (it n!pr catrirht the fruit w -akn-'ss folly, and a carousal f in iui'-'enc-- tail was the reverse of .nlmir :hl . K he-s--tcr Hc-mocrat and f'hrsr.l le. E! RTH DAYS IN JAPAN. j Real birthdays in J I 1 j unnotic ed, but a sert of : day is hei.t with gr1. at re.io ' are two of these common 1.1 I one for each sow The rial.- 1: i known as th- "c-.-h-iiia i 'or. of 1 I is on the third day of th th: d the "c-eh-lration cf the ;:'. !.' 011 the fii'Pi dny of t'o Pfth "TV so days aie general h'h.'.iy; i y rang folk", and beys an 1 girl, j presents, r.cc: rd: og to their 'hda'-s. '; '. v. b 1 y s . " month: t '.-( j : mo! s h. v for t lie re-.-e-iv 1 ;r'-u:i'-Heral.I. 1 stances and station. -Bosv 11 For six weeks after m.ariiig- a man tells ris wife evf rythint- thnt h'on rs: after th-t h t''r. her a lot of th:ng that happen Only in hi? ronvl. "!-.i' :v;.i News. E:. it r-: Miss Alice M. Smith, oi Min j neapolis, Minn., tells tor wo i man's monthly suffering may be pennancntly relieved by Lydn E.Pinkham'sVegetab!eCornpound j "Dear Mk9. Piskeam: I liavo : never before pivcii iny endorsement for r.ny rpoelicine, but Lydin, Pinkham's Veprctable Compound has added so much to my lifts and happiness that I feci l'ki rnakinfr an exception in thin er.se. For two j-ears every month I would hare two clays of severe pain, end could find no relief, but one day when vi.sitlncr a friend I rr.n ! across Lyclia K. Piakliara's Vec ; table Compound,' lia used 1 it with the best results and advised i mc to try it. I found that it worked : T.-onder3 with me ; I now experience no pain, and only had to use a few bottles to brin.rr about thi3 wonderful change. I use it occasionally now I -when I am exceptionally tired or worn 1 out." ?lisa Alice 51. S;:itit, S04 Third J Ave., South Minneapolis, llir.ri.,Chair l rnanExeeutiveCommittee, I.linncapoii3 btudy Club. S5000 forfait Iforiyinr.l cf above letter provinj qenu.nencsa cannot be produced. L,ydia 12. Pinkliam's VcctcWo Compound carries women Fafcly i throusli tho various natural crises and is tho eafc-suard of woman's hoaltli. i rriin truth nitrtiidh -ITiIc r-rcrf. I medicine is told in the letters from women beinsr published in this paper constantly. of tne Atlantic." Mr. p:ison also says Tl:e idea thai Rheumatism is strictly i'cV.'y, ''JXtl VU- that Fostcr-s career prefents, "the mo:--. a wjntcr disease, that comes from exposure lir'a I'Zi prthetic Ftorv of Am: ric:": musl;-." 11 t c APiT.-. A- t"- I roster rert-lniy was a genius within) ?' on a speh of inui-esaon, JJfZ .fe i l .1 : i 1-. 1 P 4 I VJ j My Nl pv r, a ii u H&J ;c-VVx- 'ii JntVG, or PiHidcn cooim;' or the body over-heated, bem trequent cau attach. -Rheumatism i; df.c to coaduion or tne Liood and baa circulation. As it hews through tr.c body the deposits an acrid corrosive Fcdiment in the joints and ,1 r,i fheci-culation 1 a ? an a"acl1 cr Sciatic ivaeur.ir.t;r.ri ia Vi ra'ls-LS' an-1 me ci.cuiatio.i worsfc form. rph . ,,,. T CTO WS Slutrffish because ot completely the constant accumulation ct acid imparities, and I was imn;;rities. .vhnn iUr cvci,,!; in s.ieli yeryBoonhadnousofqrtheuiRtc.ll.,K.a.0.h..y. ' . . ' J . ' . . inz cured condition Rheumatism is pains have KoK!., t mm-, nut nt :nv i an nappy to D3 agam rostorsa to pr;oct iiiaita. time, winter or summer. It 901 TJ. is hastened and provoked by exposure to cola, damp air, rudden coonng ct the body when oyef- heated, a had spell of indirection, or anything t!iat is calculated to fur- i:cr c;craiMre and depress the system; but these are onlv excitirj and not t he real cause of Rheumatism. It ii in the blood, ami wiic-'n thu . , . , , , , ... . . ' , . vital lluul becomes overcharged with the acid impurities and is rr.nrnuj; r:ct i.i the veins, an atiack is sure to come, whether in nummer lur.c or llic cold, b'eak clays of winter. You are a c-lave to pain as lor.p; r.s the blood is tainted witli acid. Linlments'and planters are helpful arid u.-,e- fnI. takc3 something more away tlr.s demon of pain. S. S. enters tcrs out y. ' under its blood ioints aches v:u and tiie lontrcd-lor lorturecl sufi'erers i ,f ; i - . , - - t '-' ' ',- K c ll V ferms and varieties of this pain-racking disea jnz swot THE AMERICAN KITCrl E.N. On North Cer.t-r Street. Everything, Ta'r'es, Linens, Dishe-s, Stores Everything new. the beM in thi. New ccoks lie re c leanest and bet r.-.-taorat In Arizona vsv xur i-m"'- - titrT. file i. I will do r.U i:-.y own pa.3v.. v.uia d...l. d? to be Kt tne ne'.v etiir.J when 1 op-n. Open dr.y and nijht Chop Susy for d;nnr, f : A trial will convince you that ma ENGLISH KITCHEN j i, the coolest aJ cleanest plaeo to eat. -Private dining room m con- recticn. Picnic lunches put up cn short notice.. Commutation tickets , Jt.C'l. Z'y and 27 North First street. - v-H-H-H-rvvvvvv iij mi tmm m mm .STANDARD IRON WORKS, Phseaij, Ariz. Boilers, Pulleys, , v -r- J -i rfC -.'- .v- ' FcuHi-ry anil RIGHT IN FIVE ACRES in wheat nd aifalfs, v.-lth a three room brick dwelling sna !ji-33 porch. Pre rata wat.- In Salt Crnal 2nd a snap at 300. WOOD-O'NLILL REAL ESTATE COMPANY Tel. Main 365. O'Neill Block. 1 "AS Vif f.i F,re '""urrice! Fire In .'7 'CTi corroar.ies. 1 : urancc! LOS AiGELSS PfZEFm'&& LIST i , 1 f'..t!l 3 ?'"",:'. -,,V 'PP'y lv-p Ar's-ona puhlic with the nam.-! ?nl .i-'re:-,.. f t,,r.)'igluy rc.iab L. ? r.i;. les - f.ial.i!:--.':monts. The list '. e found pyrtl. ucurly. valnath. f those vis lrg .1... C-jt. In d-alintr with n pb h.-ar. advr.n.rr? in s-iie- to ted -hero where you saw the aJvertisc-tnnU 'i.i.-y Ajil apiytvcuite it anc- so wiU Tim lleDuhhca i. u ECOTS AND SHOES. GAL SHOrS by lUaii. J1.73 rpr jiair. prprpf.s nrepali. V tvles for MCX AN'P WHili-llC, 1-M pv.'.ch Vn-l w idtlss, one jiric-. V: stor. s. Tannery to consmn- r. Ciitelog ar.d ee-lC nui-sure-m. nt blanks on jtj-l rciruest. Iv.s An velfs store 1' V. Tlitrd Sr.. near Broad way. A. 15. Vand'-gi-ifr. Manager. MACHINERY, ELNGINES, ETC. wr.sT! u-y; woitKs. vis-rry v Main St., juanuticef.rn cruoe oil riplt-.4 a.-il pumps. Com il .-to lir:g:;tiug plants. Yi.'LV,S IRON- WORKS, N. Mnia Pt.. tnirfrs, stamp mi'l.i. ere crusli-e-s. wil tools, (ieneinl in.M.nirie work. OPTICAL GOODS. ADOJ.F n ;i:SK Eyos'.ai:es, Oj.ticnl Goods e.m.1 Oraugbtfrneis and Purveyor's yupollf. V'snufa, turer ;,r.d !mp.,rt.'r. Los A i eies, Cj!., m s. rprinr: St. ?uns; Tel. iff: in 1012. Home Tel. lO'.D. SiOWLAMD e body when 0 V :auses of art 1 J' itfd&X an over-acid A- Z.'-yJtt blood no use FOU crztrTcnrs. prostrated. Havinr l:c.-.rd 3. Z. C. r J lici b' a"olo to fcobblo arour. J. on crutches, r.:r mo sovtrict an.d 7cU. t.::o d:3trcGi: left ae, 1.-17 appetite l-..".. m; uraocl, r.r.d mis. J-innri mixii, St., N. W., Washintc., D. : than rubbing S. goes to th nd blistcri n to drive FC.it -of tl:e ti'oubl-., th.e circulation, nculra:i:'cs and l:i- of the blood the acid poi;ons. It enric'nes and strengthens the weak, dis eased blood; the pencral heaiili improver- ionic effect, and when rich bcitins to circulate thrcr.fd and sore, tender irmsclvs, i C fjt ' 11 s and reiiet comes to tne S. S. S. contains no mineral:-,, but is rrn.iran'Lced Write us if in need of medical advice, which is p;ivcn Our book on Rheumatism, telling of the dilTcrc-r.t ,l r, ee. spcosrec cs-, fiYizxTA-, ga west. 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Cal. Tf voi i wait a hmn cill on our ng-enta, K. K. PArtCOK. 110 N Center St . Phoenix. I. F.RNK3T V ALKEH, Phoenix. 96T f COPYRIGHT to cook over gas as over coal or ker osene much easier In fact. But you ought to think, too. of the freedom from ittst and ashes, the immediate produc tion of heat, the Paving of temper of rife, cook or housekeepers. No delay ed b'-et'V.fasts when you use gas. Aak us all about It. Pho?nix Light & Fuel Go., Cor. 'let Ave. aa3 Jefferson. Tel. 2431 ;!j!:;::::;;;;;T':,5"v?l n!Ji&j l ' Vi ' I . I- 11 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. FORM NO. 1. PROPOSALS FOR INDIAN SUP I'UES. Cepartrr.ent of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, Washington. IX c., March 21, 1304. Sealed iroiosals, indorsed 'Proposals for beef, flour, etc." as the case may be and directed to the commissioner of Ir.dia"n affairs, 65-2C7 Scuth Canal street, Chicago. Ills., will be received until 1 o'clock, p. m. of Tuesday, May 3, 1001, for furnish ing the Indian service beef, flour, bacon, beans, coffee, sugar, rice. tea. and other articles of subsistence; also for groceries, soap, baking powder, crockery, cgricultural Implements, paints, oiK glass tinware, wagons, harness, leather, shoe findings, sad dlery, etc., school supplies, and a long li.-.t of miscellaneous articles. Sealed proposals, Indorsed ' Proposals for rub ber goods, hardware, etc.," as the case may be, and d.rected to the Commis sioner of Indian Affairs., 602 South Seventh rtreet, t. Iouis, Mo., will bi received until 1 o'clock, p. m.. of Thursday. May 5, 1004, for furnishing for the Indian Service, rubber goods, boots, ond rhoes. hardware, and medi cal supplies Sealed proposals bidorsM "Proposals for blankets, woo'.in and cotton goods, clothing-, etc.," as the case may be, and directed to the Commis sioner of Indian Affairs, Nos. 113-121 Wooxter street. New York City, will be received until 1 o'clock, p. m., of Tues day, May 24. 1304. for furnishing for Indian Service, blankets, woolen and cotton goods, clothing, notions, hata and cnp3 Hids must be made out on government blanks. Schedules giving all necessary information for bidders will be furnished on application to th Indian G.Tice, Washington, 1). C; the IT. S. Indian v.arehouse.i, 139-121 V.'ooster street. New York City; 205-267 South Cannl street, Chicago, 111.; SI.". Howard street, Omaha, Nebr.; 602 South Seventh street, St. Louis, Mo.: the Conrnu.s:'.ries of Subsistence, U." S. A., at Chcyenn?, Yvyo.. and St. Paul. Minn.; the Quartermaster, U. S. A., Seattle, Wash.; the postmasters at Sioux City, Tucson, 'Portland. Spokane f.i:d T.ccornfi; and the Manufacturers' ar.d Producers' Association of Cali fornia, San i'raneisco, Cal. Bids will be opened at the hour and clays above stated, and bidders are invited to present at the opening. The Iejarf r.'.ent reserve: the right to determine the point of -delivery and to reject any and all bids, or any part of any bid. V,r. A. JONES, Commissioner. First publication April 9, 1904. Office Constructing Quartermaster, Whipple Barracks. Prescott, Arizona. February 9, 1304. Sealed proposal subject to tho usual conditions will be received here until 3 p. in.. March 13, 1S04. nnd then opened, for furnishing the labor and material for the con struction, plttmbing, gasp! pin?, heat ing, and electric wiring of brick hos pital. Plan3, specifications, and oth er inforn-.etion in this offie-e and In the offices of the Chief Q. M., Fan Fran cisco, CM., and Denver, Colo., and Constructing Q. M., Ft. Leavenworth, Knnsaa. Envelopes containing pro posals should be endorsed "Proposals for Hospital at Whipple Barracks. Ar izona" nnd addressed to CHAS. C. WALCUTT, Jr., Constructing Q .M. SEALED PROPOSALS Indorsed "Proposals for Building Material, etc.," and addressed to Chas. W. Good man, Superintendent U.' S. Indian School. Phoer.lx, Arizon, will be re ceived by him at the school until two o'clock p. m. of Wednesday. March 23, 1D04, for furr.Ishlng and delivering at the school, as may be required during the 'fiscal yc2r ending June SO, 1904, 71, COO feet of lumber, 30,000 lath, 58,000 shingles, 62 windows and doors, 10 transoms, ISO barrels of lime, 2C0 bar rels cf cement, 125,000 brick, one cen trifugal pump (capacity SCO gallons per minute), al5 pounds of electric wiring. GOO rosettes and sockets, 2.600 Insula tors, brackets and tubes, 272 switches, plugs and cleats, 1,000 feet of drop cord, 1.200 feet of moulding, 12 dry batteries, 15 lead traps, 400 feet of soil pipe, 11 closets, 4 Blcp-sinks, 4 bath tubs and 8 radiators, besides a Quanti ty of tees, ells, etc., a full list and de scription of which may be obtained at the school. The right is reserved to reject any ard all bids, or any part of any bid, if deemed for the best inter est of the service. All articles offered under a contract will be subject to a rigid inspection. Each bid must be ac companied by a certified check or draft upon some Vnited States depository or solvent natior.al bank, made payable to the order of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for at least 5 per cent, of the nrnottnt of the proposal, which check or draft will be forfeited to the United States in case any bidder or bidders receiving an award shall fnil to promptly execute a contract with good and sufficient sureties: otherwise to be returned to the bidder. ; Bids accompanied by cash in lieu of certi fied check wiil not be considered. For further information apply to Chas. W. Goodman, Supt. A. C. TONNETt, Acting Commissioner. First publication March 1. ir04. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING OF THE CIENEGUITA COPPER CO. The annual meeting of the stock holders .of the Cier.CR-.rlta Copper Com pany, an- Arizona corporation, for the i e-loction of directors for the ensuing i vnnp nnil Vf 11,& Ivtii.... inn . . . . -t ....... .... .v.. i.iv- v...ti.cjiv(.lri( V' J 11 oth'-r business as may properly come before the meeting, will be held at the ofiice of the company, rooms one to four, Nicholson Bldg., corner Center street and Broadway, in the city of Phoenix, Arizona, on the 17th day of M; y, 104, at 10 o'clock in the fore noon. The transfer boo'.s will clo.e at the Office of the company, 25 Broad street. New Vork, on the tenth day of May, 1901, and will remain closed until after the annual mooting. GEORGE BEE BE. PresidenL SHIRLEY CHRISTY, Secretary. A DEMOCRATIC VIEW. A crazy man was taken to the asylum last week from Cochise county. He ii for Hearst for president and imaghvM that he control:? 50,000 votes. Not all those who ado ate the iioniinut i ;i of H "a rst -.re rr.issy. Some need thy money. filube Silver Belt. ' o-- It is fsaiil ttuit n woman either nuke or mars a man's . success. Perhaps that's why successful men are so scarce. Chicago News.