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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8t 190G
We Have Them in Stock
SIDEWALK SKATES AT 85c AND$1.75 PER PAIR.
BALL-BEARING RINK SKATES, $4.00 AND $4.50.
We have also a full line of repairs for old skates hemacite rollers, axles,
pins, rubbers, heel straps, etc., etc., and are prepared to do the repairing.
PINNEY (SL ROBINSON
THE GUN STORE
40 N. Center St.
A MEXICAN OUTBREAK
CALLED A REVOLUTION
The Small Dimensions of the Affair
on the Northern Border.
Houston, Texas, Sept. 27. (Special.)
A courier just arrived says that the
revolutionists and a force from Ciudad
Porflo Diaz clashed last night at Vic
toria, about five miles south of Jimi
nez. that one ranger was killed and
that the revolutionists left several
dead. They scattered and are being
pursued by Mexican troops.
Jiminez is now In possession of the
latter and the affair is regarded here
as possessing but little of a revolu
tionary or political character.
ISLAND OE PORTO RICO
SHAKEN BY EARTHQUAKE
Though Violent It Was Attended
No Loss of Life.
A MERE BRUSH.
Kl Paso, Tex., Sept. 27. An Eagle
Pass special to the Herald late today
says: "A government force of seventy-five
forty self-styled revolutionists thirty
miles above here and dispersed them,
killing two. A hundred more soldiers
are coining from Monterey."
San Juan, P. R., Sept. 27. The city of
San Juan and the island of Porto Rico
experienced a series of heavy earth
quake shocks today, beginning at 10:47
a. m. The people were thrown into a
panic of alarm, but the resultant dam
age was comparatively slight and there
has been no loss of life.
The first perceptible tremors brought
many people in alarm to the streets.
The tremors increased in intensity for
twenty seconds and then decreased for
five seconds. Following this came the
most severe shocks, the earth shaking
violently for five seconds more.
The walls of the city hall, the in
fantry barracks, the postoffiee and. the
women's and children's hospital were
cracked, in many places and the old
artillery building near, the sea was
STOCKS WERE NERVOUS
for men. If you
at a popular price,
ask for the
CUSTER IN A CLASS
ALL BY HIMSELF
Be Dragged Down, Another $2000
Cincinnati, Sept. 27. (Special.)
Reflecting the Emotions of the Spec
NO REVOLT AT ALL.
Monterey, Mexico, Sept. 27. That
trouble has occurred in the town of
Jimine is acknowledged by the author
ities but they are very reticent and re
fuse to state the cause of the disturb
An authoritative version is that a I
gang of bandits and smugglers made an; New York, Sept. 27. The currents
attack upon the town and that in the of the stock market shifted . as con
batlle which followed when the citizens stantly today as yesterday and specu
arrived to repulse them several persons' lative sentiment seemed to undergo
were killed. A request for assistance ' the same vacillation during the day
was sent out by the mayor of the town There was an appreciable expansion in
and in response . troops were ordered ; the volume of the market, however,
both from this city and SaltiUo. The' and the fluctuations were much wider
etories of an incipient revolt are de-! than yesterday.
BRYAN IN OKLAHOMA.
His dioearance at Guthrie Accompa-
pan n.v.by Bi9 '"dian Chiefs. j
(.L' said, ,kla Sept 27. The capital
city to be i,ew state of Oklahoma ac- j
cordv ov J. Bryan a hearty reception :
tonisht. The Xebraskan devoted a half
hour to an address in which he merely.'
touched on national issues. j
Among those who are accompanying
Mr. Bryan are Chiefs Rogers and Pot- :
ter of the Cherokee and Creek Indian '
Amalgamated Copper, 110"s; Sugar,
I 1247U; Anaconda, 2S1; Atchison, 103;
j Atchison pfd, 100; X. J. Central, 225;
j C. & O., 63; St. Paul. 1731,4; Big Four
92i; C. & S., 36: C. & S. 1st pfd,
. 67; C. &' S. 2d pfd. r.04; Krie, 45;
; Inter. Metropolitan, 36; Inter. Metro
politan pfd, 75'i; M. P.. 96; X. Y. Cen
tral. 140; Pennsylvania. 140; St. L.
& S. F. 2d pfd. 44; S. P.. 93; U. P..
92; U. S. Steel. 437; U. S. Steel pfd,
1"5TS; V. L 86.
Every dog has his day and every cat
has his night, but man isn't satisfied.
unle he has both. Chicago News. j
o . 1
Marriage is a serious step, and a man
can never be certain whether he is
stepping up or down. Chicago News
I. S. ref. 2s reg. IO4V2', coupon 103;
lr. S. 3s reg. and coupon, 103'; U. S.
old 4s reg. 102i. coupon IO3V2: V. S.
new 4s reg. and coupon, 131.
Chicago. Sept. 27. Covering
horts caused strength in the-
Don't forget our
The 8hoe and 8tocking 8tor.
27-29 E. Washington St.
Phone Main 274, Pheenix.
FOR SALE OR TRADE. j
Fine trotting stallion, sired by Nitro-J
gen, brother of Cresceus, the world-
famous trotter. This is probably the!
best bred and best appearing trotting:
stallion in the Salt River valley, ini-j
ported from Iowa. I have not the time !
to give him proper tare and attention,
and will sell him at a bargain or ex- j
change for some good corral stock or!
vehicles. a big money-maker" for
some one. Address Thomas Hall, box
I 813. nr call at tVio .-onr-v. miuc
.Custer, the Arizona pacer, won the) south of O. H. Christy's, on the Yuma
Ki.us pace ror j.w. lie outclassed his road, and see a good horse
(field and won In a jog. The track was
I Custer, (Hall) 1
Legateer, (Hogan) 2
Daphne Direct (Walker) 3
Byrl Wilkes. (Sullivan) 5
Edwin S, (Cury) 4
Alpha W, (Derider) 6
Hal C. (Benoit) distanced.
Time 2:10. 209, 2:10.
Circus people all, both great and small,
at Donofrio's you must call
And get his Crystallized Cactus Candy.
THE PEOPLE'S LOBBY.
wheat market today, final quotations
of December leading up c.
December wheat opened at 73 to
75V4, sold up to 76, and closed at 73.
December corn opened at 43 to
43V4. sold up to 43 and closed at
13 ft 4314-
December oats opened at 34li to
sold between 34 and 34'ii 34.
andclosed at 34.
higher i:i 1
Sept. 27. Copper was
"iidon with spot and fu-'-trt
at 90 l.V-.V.vally
..as firm with lake quoted
O.im); electrolytic at $19.50
i-(ft 19.75. 4Ud casting at $19.23,19.50.
Lead wa. unchanged at $5.75 6.02U'
ia tlw local market and at 18 12s 6.1
m Jxndon. Spelter was unchanged it 1
New York, Sept. 27. Success Maga
zine, published in this city, has under
taken the formation of a permanent
bureau to be maintained at Washing
ton during the sessions of congress, and
to be known as the People's Lobby.
A governing committee Is being
formed, which will be composed of men
prominent in different departments of
life. To this committee, when organ
ized, the entire control and manage
ment of the People's Lobby will be in
trusted. Already acceptances have
1 been received from the following:
It. M. Allen, secretary of the Inter
state pure food commission; Samuel
1. Clemens ("Mark Twain"); Francis '
J. Ileney, special government prose- j j
cutor in the Oregon land- fraud cases; '
Samuel McCune Lindsay, secretary of
the national child labor committee: i f
John Mitchell, president of the Unlte'd
Mine Workers of America; Henry
Beach Needham, Journalist; James B. :
Keynolds, joint author of the Neill-I
Reynolds meat inspection report; Lin-!
coin Steffens, associate editor of the
4 American Magazine; Benjamin Ide
Wheeler, president of the University of
California, and William Allen White,
editor of the Gazette, Emporia, Kan. i
Among others who have given tinan-:
cial and moral support to the move
ment are Winston Churchill, author; '
Robert J. Collier of Collier's Weekly; '
Brand Whitiock, mayor of Toledo; ex-i
Governor Garvin of Rhode Island"; !
State Senator Everett Colby of New
Jersey; Samuel Hopkins Adams! Seth
Low. ex-mavor of New York citv. and
(Governor Charles S. Deneen of Illinois-!
; The development of the Idea of the
I People's Lobby comes as part of the
! campaign which the editors of Success's
Magazine have been making for a bet-! H
terment of legislative conditions at the
I national capital. It is proposed to
I combat the attorneys for the "special
iuieiesis wno appear regularly each
j session before the committees of con
gress, oy attorneys in trie interest of t
I the whole people, who shall be em- tl
: ployed by the bureau as counsel o de- H
1 termine the, relative value of legisla-!
I tion to the corporations and to the
j public. I
! This People's Lobby. . It Is claimed.'
will aim to iivr wlrlo nublioitv to nil
proposed congressional acts threaten
ing the best interests of the peorle. The'
organization Is designed to be entirely
non-partisan, independent of concen
trated capital ad of organized labor.
If You Buy Here
We've just received a carload of
big, white, mealy and delicious
Colorado Spuds. No other po
tato can . compare with them.
They cost more, but we're going
to sell this carload at
2c Per Pound
by the sack.
Also a shipment of fine white
Colorado Cabbage, only
' 4c Per Pound
Remember our Tomato sale'
Friday. 1000 cans at 10 cents.
No stores can buy.
This is the store that's strictly in
As there's something doing every
I nn &n
l l l 1 sf Eff f 4K.
Another Car Being Unloaded Today.
The old stock must be sold. Visit our
store and get some of the Special
Bargains while they last.
WATCH OUR WINDOWS
Dorris-Heyman Furniture Go.
Arizona's Leading Housefurnishers
Phoenix. - Arizona
arg'airis in Pianos
WILL BE GIVEN UNTIL OCTOBER 1.
We handle the Eolian company's famous pianos, such as the WEBER,
now used exclusively by Paderewski, Rosenthal, etc.; also the STECK, and the
inimitable PIANOLA PIANOS. Also the BALDWIN. ELLINGTON. HAMIL
TON, used in all great musical institutions in the world. We have the Ivera
& Pond. Behr Bros., etc.
Cheaper instruments at $200 to
!75. Second-hand pianos at J75 to $150.
REDEWILL MUSIC CO.
224 W. Washington St.
27 12s fid
London, but was casv i
and established to further good meas-
in the local market at $0.206.25.
fcilver, 67U; Mexican dollars,
CAPITALIST AFONG DEAD
Honolulu, Sept. 27. News has
received here hat Afong the
known Chinese capitalist from Hawaii,
died in China or: Tuesday. September
' mJ&L Known CMlitI
tires and to expose and defeat mislead-;
lng, special, or vicious legislation. The
program as announced in the Success (
Magazine !s ns follows: I
"With the aid of competent legal
counsel, the People's Lobby will exam-
been ! ine all public bills and resolutions In- i
well ; trodueed In congress; report thereon;!
forward such reports to the commit
tees of congress, and give tne same
publicity through the press.
"It will follow the work of the com-!
mittees of the senate and house of rep- M
. . 1 1 . t "
1 frfiimuvi'M ; scrutinize tin amenu
There are two classes of remedies: those of known qual
ity and which are permanently beneficial in effect, acting
gently, in harmony with nature, when nature needs assist
ance ; aid another class, composed of preparations of
unknown, uncertain and inferior character, acting tempo
rarily, but injuriously, as a result of forcing the natural
functions unnecessarily. One of the most exceptional of
the remediesof known quality anexcellence is the ever
pleasant Syrup of Figs, manufarturprl hv tha r-( :
.- - o J vaiuuillia
Hg Syrup Co., which represents the active principles of
plants, known to act most beneficially, in a pleasant syrup
in which tne wholesome Californian blue figs are used to con
tribute their. rich, yet delicate, fruity flavor. It is the remedy
of al remedies to sweeten and refresh and cleanse the system
gently and naturally, and to assist one in overcoming consti-i
patwn and the many ills resulting therefrom. Its active princi
ples and quality are. known to physicians generally, and the
remedy has therefore met with their
iL. . - - r r i . 11 00 wiiii
f :h y m. lns of wel1 inforr"ed persons who know
tjfM-rmkf of their own persona knowlpo anA fmm
... e win atium cAutrrience
that it is a most excellent laxative remedy. We do not claim that
it will cure all manner of ills. but recommend it for P,n
represents, a laxative remedy of known quality and excellence
containing nothing of an objectionable or injurious character
1 here are two classes of rmrrh
jKtntho i;.,.f...L.i. .r ... "'" iciiuonnea
nf Zr,LH t y v.vlutt,iney ouy and the reasonsfor the excellence
of art.cles of exceptional merit, and who do not lack cour.o. J "
eisewnere when a dealer offers an imitation of any welf known
aanrt,eH; bU, ' unfrtunately. there are some people whoo not know
and who a low themselves to be imposed upon. They cannot Expect
its beneficial effects if they do not get the genuineremedy P
. u . 4. , ,, v ",c u'ugg'Mi 01 me united btates be it said
mar. nearly all of them value their
'ZtZ g0d Wi" " customers too ,i8hV.rX
I w Jl
manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., and in order
tor buy the genuine article and to get its beneficial effects,
ZV'" " "0;' : WJ?e" P--g, the full name 'of
front n iZr 1 rT's yTup P'amly printedon the
iront of every package. Pr rrr Kt
3"-"- i'' yuuic. nc size only, j
ments; fix the responsibility for
Vanges made In bills, for delay in con-!
siderlng and failure In reporting proper,
measures, and for the favorable report-
iri.3r of questionable measures,
"it will follow the course of all
niter their emergence from committee,
fixing the responsibility for delay In it
considering popular measures, or for
me de.eat of the same, and alsoflxln
tho i t,i ponsibility for the advancing of
vicious measures, or for their enact
ment into law.
"It will keen a record of the official
acts of every senator and represent
atlve in such available form as to be
,f immediate service to newspaper cor
respondents and magazine writers, and
to the people of any state or of any
"It will be of great service to the
square, honest member of congress in,
his legislative work. The People's
i Lobby will prepare statistics and Infor
mation for the use of senators and rep
resentatives, to enable them more ef
fectively to support legislation In the
public interest, and to oppose vicious
measures. Hereafter, the member of
congress need not rely for statistic?
and information, as he has had to do
ia the past, on matter prepared by the
oureaus maintained by special interests.
1 lie i: tru p 1 r o umjijy nui i-'-tiiolihvi
. - . . . , 1! 1 V. . . I
a national Dureau 01 publicity, who.--;
purpose will be to keep the people fully
informed as to the official acts of their
elected representatives at the nation's
capital. The organization will work
with and through the press associa
tions and the special newspaper corre
spondents at Washington, and will give
aid to periodicals and magazines which
seek reliable and authoritative Infor
mation as to the work of congress.
"The People's Lobby is not in the re
motest sense a movement looking to
the formation of a new political party."
TO ALL THAT COME TO OUR
MEAT MARKET, to note the
immense volume of business we
do. It's the natural result of
giving customers the choicest In
Phone and open an account,
Get the best etapl gT-icerles r,t
the lowest prices. We have a
large and well assorted ctock
of groceries that' why our
tore Is bo busy all the time.
The finest TEA3 and COF
FEES. Buy Griebet'e Groceries.
2U-220 W. Waehlngten U
earns 4 per cent interest if deposited
with us. Open an account, today.
110-116 E. Washington St.
THE HOME SAVINGS DANfi &
Hotel Adams aad PostcSe.
Philadelphia, Sept. 27. The Penn
sylvania Bankers association began
its annual meeting today. The prin
cipal address of the afternoon was de
livered by W. B. Ridgely, comptroller
of the currency, who discussed "Bank
SPENT BY TOURISTS.
Tourists of all nations spend every
year something like $65,000,000, or
nearly $200,000 a day, in Italy. Con
sidering the poverty of the country,
this crop, which is produced by the na
tional ruins, is of far more value than
any cereal or manufacture. Every new
house or building is a nail in the na
tional coffin. I
Hill's Seed House
22 W. Jefferson
BACK OF COURT HOUSE.
Cor. Second Ave. and Jefferson 8L
Just southwest of the Court House.
. O. BO 864
PHONC tto 494 PHGEMX. ARIZONA
Famous Cure for Rheumatism
and Human Ills.
Baths in Pool or T ubs. 104 rim -
flrees to 108. Contains Iron,
Sulphur and Magnesia.
Rooms for Rent Board, $1.00 per
day. Baths, 25c.
Write for further particulars.
EARL E. BACON,
Koosevelt, Gila County, Arizona.
MOORE & McLELLAN,
Undertakers and Embalmers.
. 29 West Adams St.
Telephone Main 122.
PRESC0T1 BUISMLS5 FIRMS.
106 rooms. All mofrn nnvT-.;.n.
A strictly first-class and modern hotel.
Sample rooms for commercial men.
etrlctly on the European plan. R 00 rot
by the day. week or month- Finest
bar and club roorus In the southwest.
BROW, SMITH & BELCHER,
PHONE MAIN 24.
I Bashford - Burmister I
by buying WOOD AND COAL
or us. sne 11 tell you where
did the right thing.
City Wood & Goal
Phone Main 24.
MADISON AND THIRD STREETS
.WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Preseott, Arize aa.
WE CARRY FULL IIMn 11
I EVERYTHINQ. WE HAVE A t
f B,G STORE. WE DO A Bit t
BUSINESS, 1UT CAN D9 t
MORE. , J
When In Presoott it will pleas X
us to have you call and get ?