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IIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 27, 1904.
3 A Boon to Suffering Mankind. Tiger Marrow Fat The only remedy on the market guaranteed to cure Deafness, Catarrh. Piles and Rheuma tism. -Vital Sparks, a positive cure for Lost Manhood. Both of above sent by mail for one dollar. Oriental Remedy Co., 653 S. Spring St. Los Angeles, Cal. . ' Fifield & Gallagher GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS btlm.te rurnished Rooms 1 1 12-1 O'Neill Binding P. O. Box 671 Faoenlx, ArUona.' Jo Flflsld Oao. H. OalUf her. T j ; iots on Installments $10 Cash. $5 Per Month Without Interest. This is an opportunity for those with small means to secure prop erty. Thi9 property will double in value Jn twelve months. Allen & Wilson, 47 N. Center street. IS MADE A KILLING (Continued from Page One.) ing the floating parts of the Japanese bridges. MORE RAILROAD FACILITIES. St. Petersburg. April 26. It is stated in rhilroad circles thi.l the government has decided to double track the trans Siberian railroad and that Prince Khilkoff. the minister of railroads, has submitted to the emperor an estimate according to which this work can be "omrjleted in eighteen months. TO WATCH THE BALTIC FLEET. Paris, April 26. A dispatch to the Petit Parisienne from its Shanghai correspondent says: "A rumor is current here that Japan intends to occupy a portion of the Fu TCien coast, opposite Formosa with the object of preventing the Russian Bal tic squadron from passing through the Formosa straits." JAPS BALKED AT YALU. St. Petersburg, April 26. It is re ported that an attempt by the Japanese o cross the Yalu has been frustrated. Clean Washing is a Science Science is Knowledge. We Have tne Knowledge ! ARIZONA LAUNDRY, Cor. Adams & 3d St. Fhone Main 39 MET AT THE CROSSING. Lia Yang. April 26. The Russians observed that the Japanese were mak ing preparations to cross the Yalu river. On the night of April 25th two steamers and two torpedo boats were noticed at the mouth of the rivor. They approached the shore at daylight and the Japanese commenced to build a pontoon bridge on the left tributary. The second pontoon was being pre pared ten miles up tie stream. At 3 o'clock .the same afternoon the Japan ese occupied the island of Samolindo to which they carried pontoon boats, etc. The night passed quietly," the tor pedo boats maintaining a careful watch in case the troops ashore should be attacked and examining the mouth of the river by means of searchlights. At T:40 o'clock next morning, the For Rent, The Gilbert Lodging House, West Adams street between 2d and 3d avenues. Completely: Furnished. R. H. GREENE, .'" 4-2 N. Center St. JUST ARRIVED Some good things for Luncheon o ' i Smoked Salmon 35c Smoked Halibut 25c Salt Mackerel 15 and 1:5c Brick Cod Fish ...15c Cod Fish Middles 15c Marinite Herring 10c, three for.... 25c Rolled Spiced Herring four for ....25c Anchovies 25c Norway Sardines in bulk 20c Russian Sardines 25c Sardelles ..40c Holland Milkers, each 5c Smoked Bloaters, each 5c Smoked Herring, per doz . .20c Boneless Smoked Herring, per lb... 25c Sardines in Truffles 20c Sardines, tomato sauce 20c Sardines, "domestic 10c, three for. .25c Sardinec, mustard 15c Sardines, Barton Files 15c Sardines. Aug Verdeau 20c Sardines, Dancollie Gudin 20c, 3 for. 50c Sardines, Gustave Penozans 25c Sardine?, Jockey Club 25c Sardines, Irpa 35c Saratoga chips 35c Chow-Chow in bulk, per pint 25c Dill Pickles, per doz 30c Pickily In bulk, per pint 202 Mixed Sweet Pickles, per pint 20c Plain Pickles, per pint 20c Sour Tickles, per pint .......20c We havj arriving daily California strawberries and Mexican tomatoes. Also a large assortment of lunch good. Finest line of cheese in city. Don't forget we also handle meats. S. J. T R 1 BOLET. 110-116 E. Washington St. Pdon? Maii 6 Japanese crossed the river near the village of Tchindiagon where, however, the Russian outposts commenced firing upon them. The Russian advance guards had been furnished with a small firm:. SKRYDLOFF'S DEPARTURE. St. Petersburg, April 26. Vice Ad miral Skrydloff will teave tomorrow for Sebastopol from which place he will Mart May 5. for the far east. A CREDIT COMPANY. St. Petersburg, April 26. On account of a refusal to deliver cruisers before the money is paid, it is said, a com pany is being organized in Paris to ar range for the sale of vessels through Charles R. Flint, of New York. A JUDICIAL SPY. London, April 26. The Tokio corre spondent of the Times says that one of the Japanese spies shot by the Rus sians at . Mukden was identified as Sonde, a Japanese Judge and not a tr.lHtary man as has been stated. RETROGRADE MOVEMENT. A Part of Kuropatkin's Plan Not Yet Begun. New Chwang, April 26. The Russian authorities here deny that there has been any important engagements re cently on the Yalu.but there is a report of the destruction of a. few Japanese junks by Russian volunteers. The Japanese have not arrived at the Yalu in force according to the Russians at New Chwang nor have they crossed the river at any point. The Russian forces are still in possession of all points on the Manchurian side of the rivf r, conseciuently the execution of the plan by falling back on Feng Huan Cheng and Liao Yang, which was at tributed to Kuropatkin, has not begun. NEW CHWANG BOMBARDMENT Chenowefh's BARGAINS. A Brick Residence. 23 feet by 40 fet: five room;, two cOoFets. screen perch 10 by 2S feet. City water, hot and cold; toilet room or water closet; el?tri lights. In Churchill addition, one block from car line and schoolhouse. House new and well built; modern convenien ces. Price, $1100 cash and $1200 on long and easy terms. ALSO An Kight Room House with about two acres of land or lots, viz: 325 feet by 175 feet, corner Van Buren anl Ninth streets, fronting ea-t and ncrth. Will sell house fronting east, with lot 75 feet by 175 feet, for f2"525. House hat eight rooms and an eight-foot porch all around on one end and two fides; bath. room; screen kitchen, 10 feet by ii feet: 10 foot ceiling: has cellar brick ; walkd, 10 feet by 10 feet. House has' city water, telephone, electric light?. Substantially built frame ar.d weather boarded, celled ar.d papered and one of the best painted house9 in the city. Four of the rooms 14 feet by 11 feet Foundation of house, with porches, 44 by 46 feet. The a'.falfa pasture north and adjoining this house and lot is, fronting east, 250 feet, and fronting north, 175 feet. Will sell the ractur2 with the house for $1050. Will sell th house and lot as it stands or separately. On house-lot are nice shade trees, rose bushes, etc.; barn for two horses and carriages; chicken house and int ern conveniences. All about a block and a half from two street car lines. ' ALSO One of the best Brick Houses of its size in the city. Six rooms, four clos ets, bath room, water closet, wash, ba.- sin; screen porch, 10 feet , by 30 feet. All r.ew and the most modern conven iences. The best arranged house to save the lady of the house in the city. A corner lot; has beautiful shade trees, grass; electric lights, city water, hot and cold; large and convenient barn. Streets on side and end of lot, making front ISO or 190 feet, with convenient alley at rear end of lot. Price $3500. . BARGAINS. Thirty-six (36) acres, one and one half miles from courthouse; the best of choice sandy loam foil; all fenced and cross fenced:" two good wells, tin best water for drinking in tlve valley; IS acres in alfalfa and 18 acres in mel ons and tomatoes. Abundant supply of water for irrigation and all other pur poses. Has three houses, one a s?ven room, rents for $25 per month, summer, and $60 per month during winter months. The second house, has five rooms, furnished, and rents for $3"0 n year. One adobe tenant hous, with' 30 acres, rents for $300 a year. Great va riety of forest and ornamental trees, palms, evergreens, roses and flowering shrubbery: good barn, tarriage and other outhouses. Will sell for only $3500 ca?h and $3500 in payments of one, two and three years, with 6 per cent interest per annum on deferred pay ments. BARGAIN. Forty acres on Chicago avenue, four and one-half miles from the city. Fenced on two sides; very good ar.d ex cellent lnnd. ready for sowing grass or grain and planting vegetables nrvd pet ting out orange trees as it is in th? orange belt near W. J. Murphy's land and the Clayson homeside resort. Signed up, and water right in the Cro.M Cut Canal. Price $35 per acre, one fourth cash, balance one, two and three year payments, with C per cent inter est per annum. ANOTHKR BARGAIN. " Fifteen acres in section: 15.. One of the best tracts in the- best orange belt in the Salt River valley, adjoining the northwest corner of Mayor Walter Ben nett's unsurpassed orange bearing grove; in a high state of cultivation; about three-fourths of a mile from the Arizona canal, its north boundary ad joins a lateral from Arizona canal from which it is irrigated. Land ready to set out in orange and lemon . trees, fenced and cross fenced. Ha3 fram? house, three rooms; chicken houses: well and cistern; pome assorted fruit an! shade tree?, a vineyard and six acres in alfalfa. Price $1500, on easy terms. Address A. B. CIIENOWETH. P. O. Box 604. Phoenix, A. T. Tien Tsin, April 26. It is reported on good authority that the Japanese fleet bombarded New Chwang last night. The Russians here deny the truth of the report. NO CONFIRMATION. St. Petersburg, April 26. The author ities here have no news to confirm the reported bombardment of New Chwang last nijht. THE DESCENT ON GENSAN. Seoul, April 26. Further details of the sinking of the Japanese steamer Goyo Maru at Gensan on Monday morning by the Russian Vladivostok squadron, have reached here. The Russian vessels entered the harbor at 11 o'clock, ar.d sunk the Goyo Maru. It is not known whether the crew es caped or not. The town peojile took refuge in the hills, the garrison made preparations to resist the landing par ty, but no attack was made on the town, and the Russians retired. The garrison at Gensan, numbered about 800 men. It was reinforced last week. The troops there are engaged in throwing up breastworks. There is also some artillery at Gensan. While Japanese authorities consider the sit uation at Gensan serious, they are not apprehensive. SERVANTS RELEASED. New Chwang, April 25. After having been detained two weeks, and thor oughly examined by the Russian au thorities, two Japanese servants who came to the fort In a press boat have been released. They were deported to Che Foo today. THE BALTIC FLEET. St. Petersburg. April 2G. The report that the Baltic fleet will leave Libau on Thursday for the east is correct. Some of the ships going into commis sion, and others will be completed by July. NEWS IN RESERVE. St. Petersburg. April 26. The emper or has received three official dispatches two of which it is understood relate to fighting on the Yalu. CRITTENTON HOMES. A Meeting of the National Association at Washington. Washington, April 26. Today's ses sion of the national Florence Crittenton Mission was devoted to addresses by weil . known people interested in its welfare, to a practical demonstration of the work of the mission, and . to re ports of delegates. C. A. -Jeffers, treasurer of the Los Angeles Crittenton home spoke briefly of "The Greatest Need," which he be lieved was a spiritual awakening and Mrs. Welling told what the national as sociation has done for local work. A RECOGNIZED BLOCKADE. Santo Domingo, April 26. United States Minister Powell has notified the Dcminiean government that his gov ernment will recognize the blockade of the port of Monte Christi, provided it is effective. o STEEL WORKS CLOSE. Pittsburg, April 26. All but two mills of the American Sheet Steel company's plant at McKeesport closed today. Other departments are expected to close later in the week. Eight hund red men are affected. MRS. BENNETT APPEALS. $ iL ir iL iL iL i iL is V JV iL Jr is iAL if U ?f ' New Haven, April 26. An appeal was taken today by Mrs. Grace Imogene Bennett and other residuary legatees under the will of Philo S. Bennett, from the decision of Judge Cleveland of the probate court, by which the applica tion for the removal of William J. Bry an as executor and lrustes was dis missed. The matter now goes to the superior court. SING SING FOR LIFE. New York, April 26. Frank. McNam ara.. who shot and killed Captain Goo. R. Jennings, president of the Jennings Adjustable Shade company, of Brook lyn, on February IS, pleaded guilty to murder in the first regree when - ar- 29 Have a good time at the Carnival and if you wish to sit down and rest on your way home don't forget that we'll be pleased to have you come in here and feel at home. If you have parcels or packages don't carry them around with you all day, leave them herewe have a young man here this week to take care of them for you. We are going to try and make your visit to Phoenix and the Carnival a pleas ant one' so don't hesitate to "use" us while you're in town. Incidentally we will have a special sale every day this week and if you watch our ad daily you will be able to pickup some rare "snaps." Today it's Laces that will be on sale and you should not fail to be here this afternoon. Read Descript ion Below Shirt Waists. Our shirt waists are not the real ''cheap" kinds but if you want a shirt waist right up to the minute in style you will find it here. No old plugs, all are '04 styles. . . We have them in lawn' ba tiste, linen, swiss and wash silk from $1.50 to $10.00. A new line of Shirt waist Suits has just reached us ranging in price from $5.00 up. Pick yours out now. Washable Skirts No matter what kind of a Wash Skirt you have in mind you may be sure of finding it here. H Never before have we shown such an immense variety includ ing almost every weave of skirt ing on the market. There are over a hundred styles to choose from in both white and coloied skirts and we can fit nearly every woman in any style skirt. Prices $1 and up. Hosiery This is the time of year when every woman should lay in her supply of summer hose. Of course with the low sum mer shoes a "peep" of pretty hose is just the thing and we have a line that we'll be proud to show you. There's an especially good showing of lace effects here from 25c up and then the "noisy" styles in every conceivable shade and scores of patterns that must be seen to be properly appreciated. Come in and look them over. Umbrellas at Half TOILET. ARTICLES I Ladies' Linen Collars All umbrellas on sale this week at exactly half price. Suitable for sun or rain. Better get one hadn't you? $3.00 Umbrellas for $1.50 $4.00 " $2.00 $5.00 $2.50 J $6.00 " $3-00 $10.00 " .$5.oo i Perhaps you dont know that we carry TOILET ARTICLES. Well, we do, and 3'ou can at any time find the best of toilet waters, sachets, combs, and brushes,' manicure goods, tooth br.ush.es, talcum powders, tooth powders and in fact all kinds of toilet articles. Mennen's Talcum, 15c. Pears Soap 15c. 4711 Gly cerine Soap, 15c. Buy your toilet articles here and you will get the best to be had. The very newest things in ladies linen collars have arrived and include some dainty new ideas. Besides the plain collars, we have those with one row of hem stitching, with two rows, with em broidered dots, and embroidered edges. They are as pretty as can be and we have them in all sizes. .12 l-2c, 25c, 50c. Special Today j JE4 a3 Here's a lot of laces, white, cream and black Valenciennes, Mech lin, oriental, torchon, etc., ranging in width from 1-2 inch to 5 inches Over a hundred pieces to choose from and all are choice, pretty patterns Regular values 15c, 20c and 25c. FROM 3 TILL 6 R M. TODAY It's a good chance for you to save money on your laces for dress trimming 001 Cxi BRO. raigned for trial today. He will sentenced to Sing Sing for life. be y y y y y y r y y