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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 2G. 1892.
TO A HEAD OF LORD BYRON.
Soma men their smiling fates endow
With power to please a soon as seen,
With charm of hyaclnthlne brow.
And symmetry of mien.
Each power "as thine. Each story told,
With comment from thy burning oye,
Dy lips of such a gixlllk e mold.
Strange, radiant soreerorl Thy spell
On man or maid had equal might
To make all heaven look dark au hell,
Or almost blinding bright.
For us who, la n colder age,
Aver thy lines want many ngraca.
Tin well If o'er th' Impassioned page
We seo thy proud young faco.
Then, gallant heart, to shipwreck tost
fly the world's mp.duc.ss and thine own.
We hear once moro thy accent lost.
And thy resistless tone.
Thcodoro U. Williams lu Harper's Wockly.
ON THE SNAGS.
A firm, quick step sounded behind her
on tho hard country rood, Mid though
sho well know whoso stop it was, and her
heart throbbed and her breath cnino
quicker, she only turned her head non
chalantly and said flippantly:
"Ohl It is you?'
"Yes, it is tno. You know it was mo.
Aro you going to throw mo over?" and
tho big fellow's roico shook and his fair
faco flushed with pain.
"Throw yon overl Gentlemen nover
uso slang to ladies."
"You know what I mean. Jean, are
you awaro that yon refused to dauco
every dance with me today?"
"I really forget; my momory, you
"Ono moment, if you please, and then
I have doue. Is it yes or no?"
"Hunt, don't bo stupid. You know I
hato to bo remarked on."
"And so do I, and I will not again bo
subjected to tho remarks I heard today.
Onco moro, is it yes or no?"
"Well, no, then, if you press tho
"Be it so." And, with a grave bow,
Hunt Ashly turned and was gone.
Pretty Jean Inslow was stunned for a
moment, then swallowed a gulp in her
throat as pride battled to tho front.
"Let him go. If a man is such a fool
that he can't see pshaw! nobody
And then, to provo that nobody did
caro, sho sat down and cried until her
pretty eyes looked like a stewed fcrroiS
nnd her pretty little nose had tho ap
pearance of an apoplectic lobster.
"There's ono thing morally certain,"
sho coutinued "of all things in the
wide world there's nothing I hato liko
Tliis last remark waa mado out loud.
and intended for tho benefit of tho trees i
nnd tho wido eyed purplo violets: but, (
alas! it reached tho ears of a tall fellow,
with blond hair, who stood just on tho
other side of tho blossoming hedge.
Ho gavo a slight whistlo and com
pressed hia lips n littlo firmer as ho
strode off under the low, drooping trees,
without onco looking behind.
"Well, I have done it now. I'm glad
he heard mo say I hated him. Nobody
cares. I'll go to tho danco tonight with
Phil, and flirt too."
And Jean, with her head very high in
the air, tried to persnado herself that
eho really didn't care.
Hunt Ashly went on down tho road
through tho shaded village street and
stopped at the gate of vino wreathed
cottage. A black eyed, pleasant faced
girl waa tying up somo of tho vines on
"Bess," he said, holping hor twino up
a golden lipped jasmine, "will you go to
the danco with mo tonight?"
"What? Whero'a Jean?"
"Ah! I se. I'm invited for cat's paw,
"No. I asked yon becanso I did not
wish to go alone."
"Well, all right, I'll go. The fact is,
I've quarreled with Phil, and and Td
rather go with you than not"
Jean and Bess were tho two prettiest
girls in tho village, nnd the two best
dancers besides, and that night when
Jean and Phil nppeared Bess and Hunt
had just finished tho first set.
Each took in the situation nt a glance.
Bess and Jean called each other hard
names under their breath and hated
each other in a small minded, womanly
way Intensely. Tho men stood and eyed
each other fiercely nnd pulled their
mustaches, and looked as if it would
give them tho most exquisite pleasure
to annihilate each other.
"Phil," said Jean, "como out on the
piazza with me."
"Tho piazza? Oh, certainly! But
whero aro thoy going?"
"Following us, it seems."
Close as their own shadows Hunt nnd
Bess stuck to them, and, though tbero
were a great many tender things uttorod
on both sides, there was certainly not
very much scope for so called flirtation.
"Bess," presently called Jean, ''are
you going boating tomorrow?"
"Miss Bess ia going in my boat. Whoso
boat do you grace, Misa Jean? (Con
found that gibbering idiot!)"
"Oh, Phil's, of course," leaning ten
derly toward hta. ("I hato Bess Miller!
His boat, indcedl")
And tho nest morning tho gayly
painted bo'.ts rocked over the heart of
me puling river as me stalwart turns
ol tho oarsmen rowed against tho gur
gling ripples; then, throwing down their
oars, thoy lazily drifted back with the
But tho two boats Joan and Bess wore
In still shot up tho stream.
"Hunt, let ua go back. We'll bo on
tho snaga presently!"
And Bess' faco was ashen pale.
"Call Phil back; ho must bo mad!"
And Jean, in the other boat, was say
ing: "Phil, drive on tho snags. You don't,'
care, and I don't. Hunt knows tho dan
ger. Ho'll stop in time."
It was a dangerous place, whero the
Htted in MiUiona of Homes
drifted logs iromtna mountain torrents
lay imbedded in tho mud aud reared
their head3 liko gaunt, devouring alli
gators waiting for their prey.
At high water tho boats would liavo
cleared them easily, but now thoy lurkod
a hidden death beneath tho throbbing
Suddenly Hunt Ashly's boat 6hot
ahead, daring tho warning snags.
"Madman, what do you mean? If lifo
is so cheap, you'ro welcome to tho death
you covet! Jean, como into my boat, 1
command you," and Hunt's voico had a
ting in it Jean had nover heard before.
"Command, indcedl" shouted Phil,
hoarsely. "You aro pretty richly
freighted. What moro would you Imyer
Then tho two bright glancing lioata
flushed, and over thoy turned, nnd with
two tremendous cries, "Hunt!" "IMiil!"
down among tho driftwood tho two
couples went, but together for Jlmrt
had sprang to Jean nnd Phil to Bow
and both were battling for tho vin
covered banks. '
As each one deposited his drippiug
load safely under tho low sproading
trees, an embarrassed silenuo fell on tho
Hunt was the first to break it,
"1 say, Phil, thoro has been a con
founded mistako somewhere. These
girls have been playing us a nico game,
"No such thing. It wasn't us," and
Cess' faco rivaled the trumpet flowers
over her head.
"We'll get the boats righted now, and
settle that question later," nnd, with a
wicked laugh in his oyes, Phil walked
off to where his painted BeiSs waa rol
licking, bottom upward, among the
vines and creopers.
It did not tako twenty minutes to got
the tipsy shells afloat
With tho airs of "conquering heroes,
tho young men stood by their respective)
"Choose your boats, young ladies!"
Indignant chorus under the treos:
"To say men don't tako advantage.
Oh, this is too much! To make ua
chooso! How mean!"
A whispered colloquy;
"Bess, you choose first."
"Oh, no! Jean, you chooso." '
Tho young men stood regarding them
with owlish gravity.
"You will catch cold if you do not
hasten," from tho boats.
"They might save our prido. I'm aw
fully chilly, Bess." (Sneeze.)
"So nm I, oh!" (Two three sneezes.)
Then Mr. Hunt Ashly, with horriblo
visions of cold nnd catarrh, walked up
to Miss Jean Inslow aud prisoning tho
two little hands in ono of his, and en
circling tho drenched, trembling little
figure, kissed her flower face aflame.
"Now will yon come?"
ies, Huut.' And Meekness walked
obediently'to her cockle Bhell namesake.
i wouldn't navo uouo it, uess," mur
mured Phil, after he had performed the
samo operation, "if you hud como your
self." Miss Meekness Number Two followed
the lead of Meekness Number Ono, but
gave ono last fominino claw.
And tomorrow waa come, and Bess
tripped over to tseo Jean.
Marvelous, what friends theso two
had become! There was never such a
thing in tho world as a cold nover!
"Hem! have you seen anybody today?"
"No. Havo you seen 6omo ono?"
"No." (Intelligible very.) "Oh. there's
yours at tho gatol"
"Oh, and yours up tho soad."
mil ami i nave concluded on a
double wedding tomorrow. We've
waited ns long aa we intend to wait,
nnd I'vo bespoken the parson for 12
tomorrow; so, Jean, put your hands in
mine you don't hato me now, do you?
and tell me my wife will mako my tea
And pretty, coquettish Jean said
Coqnottea mako tho most submissive
wives, they say, and, moreover, she said
n great many other foolish things to
that big, enraptured fellow, who fell
down, figuratively speaking, and kissed
tho prints of her tiny boots.
And Phil and Bess under the nmber
lipped jasmino bower had their own lit
"Yon said you would never ask mo
again, Phil. You swore it."
"And did 1, sweetheart?"
"No-o; but somehow"
"But somehow 1 did, didn't 1? Blows
thoso deathly old snags" a sound which
generally follows tho meeting of four
lips "Did you know that Hunt and
Jean nro going to bo married tomorrow
"But thoy are, for 1 heard them ask
the, parson; and, Bess, I asked tho par
son too, and the parson's wifo heard us.
and she's tho veriest old gossip, you
know, and it's all over the village by
this time, and hero's tho ring, and 1
won't risk any more delays."
And the ring fitted so nicely, and was
so Incoming to tho littlo brown hand
that Bess said well, if Jean did. sho
would. And Jean did, aud so Bcsa did.
-C. U. in Now York Nows.
A Cood Word for tho Coyote.
The hanging look of tho coyote as he
slips away from tho hrman sight ia the
causo of tho animal's bad name. Ho ia
very shy at times, but on occasion aits
unconcernedly by tho roadside aa one
drives along. Ho is called n sneak, but ,
no is only sly instead. Ho has moro wit
than nny animal except the fox; ho is
aa courageous in a fight with hia own
kind as any animal that breathes; ho is
patriotic, if ono .may uso tho term, in
that he refuses to be domesticated re
fuses to loavo tho lifo of freedom to
which ho is accustomed; ho ia tho best
family man, so to speak, iu tho world.
Tho coyotes havo been mado outlawa
through ignoranco, as tho state ia now
Ono need not lo called a fnnatio for
saying that nothing has been mado in
vain that if wo knew nil nbout the na
tures of tho animals or tho world we
would pay bounties for preserving
40 Years the Standard
Ur. Prlo J luvoring Kxtraots
NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS.
'"l ".ilia - Of porfoct purity.
kCrnC.n ? Kroat strength.
X'morid Z Economy,ntno,ruso
Rose tc.T Flavor as delicately
and dollclously a3 tho fresh fruit.
ratner tiiau lor exterminating tnem.
That is to jstiy, wo would labor to pre
serve tho k'huico of lifo e.stublithcd by
nature Them aro Fomo things quite as
well worth prospect in;r for as California
minerals, among tho rest California
fauna. Coyotes which liavo killed moro
than 2,000 jack rabbits por day havo
been wiped out to bet-uro petty rewards.
Kansas City Times.
Sir Hoyle Kurtiti'A rmiiiMiH "Uremic."
When Sir Boyl? itoche mado ""his
famous speech. "I smell u int; I see him
floating in tho i.ir: lut mark mo, sir 1
will nip him in tLo Intl." his ltli-an were
clear enon;;!i. but ho lost sight of rats,
air aud lmun in the t (.ought that w; in
his mind. Youth' .Companion
A rioslclan's Ultt to Humanity.
Wt ak men restored to perfect man
hood by the Great Australian remedy,
free. Address, Box 1004. San Francisco-
I'rcm Lon Harmon's place two miles
vast of Kyrene livo html of horses as
follows: Two iron grey mares, four
years old ; ono Imv horn?', three years
ohl ; one bay mare sixteen years old
with cream colored rolt four monthn old
by her side. All branded J. E letters
connected on lelt shoulder.
Ur. Ancil Martin, dirfeapes eye, ear
noso tliro.it aspocialty. GlnbHCB fitted
Fall term of tho Lain son Business
I'olleu'o boirfnH Monday, Sept. 6, 1892.
Commercial nnd academic departments.
Public reception every 'Sundnv from
10 till (5. ClIAKLKH 1). 1'O.VfON.
The "dull I'llnrmmilco."
The "Club Filarmoniro" meets recti
larly every Monday overling: at 8 o'clock,
at its rooms on.Jofl'erson street. Gabriel
1'eralta, president ; A. G. Fitsueroa, vire
president; Julio Marron, seccretary ; U.
A. Tnpia, assistant secretary; M. Y.
Strayed from Stevens & Albright's
feed stable, one eorrel uinre, about
nine years-old, star in forehead, has
wire cut on ono forearm, weight alioul
1100; find on leather halter. Itotnrii ap
above and receive satisfactory reward.
A CnmhliiHllnii limit 1 Ileal.
The Santa Fe Houte hns just placed
on enle from Dcminc nnd El Paso
round trip tickets to that fa
mous New Mexico health and
pleasure resort, Las Vegna Hot Springs,
with coupons for one to ten days' board
and lodging at Montezuma Hotel.
In thia wnv von cn know t Mm ntart
just what the cost is for railroad faro
and hotel bill. Tho combination rate
ia a very reasonable one.
Inquiro.of local agent A. T. & S. F.
R. H., for full particulars.
Telegraph to CJnutatlims From
nuil San Krnnctaco
M1NINO STOCKS AND SILVEl:.
8N FniNCisro.Aug.2.". llelchcr. Jl OOjBeit it
Belcher, 11.25', Cholltr, fiSc; Con. Virginia, J1.25;
Gould & Curry, J'Jc: Halo & N'orrroM, l.00;
PotoM, KK Ophlr, 2.23s Ravage, 7ac; Sierra
Nevada. JI.15; Union Con 1M; Yellow Jacket
.lOo; CnnfMcnce, !Wo; I'cerltfs, 10c.
8llver bars I'cr unnci, M(a83Je.
Mexican doilurs C7'Wi7J.i.
ClttCAdo, Auk. 25. t'Bttlc-Koceltils, n.f0;
103A lilzhcr, prime native, Jt.yOfM.W; Te
ans, fi WOS-M): Mincers, I3.0J&1.2S
JIogs-Kocelpts, 30,m: fairly uttlve, 1015
lower. Kough packers, $5.".'i. 10 mixed, 5 CO
fHi.9: prime, heavy unci biitcher's weights
J.23riM5.W; lighter, j.rc)($5.V.'.
Bhcep-Rocolpu. 7,000. Markot was steady
lambs lower, blockers U-GOCtllfo: mixed
.BI0I.8j; weathers l00.r.;texam, CCa
LOO; westerns, l..'iUl.hS.
Ban Fkancisco, Aue. US. Wheat-Firmer
Buyer, Dec, N.RfiV; telle-, 1692. 11.32
Ilarley-Qulet and firm; Holler year, new,
W,&; December, Olc
Corn Jl 42K.
CincAao, Au?. 25. Wheat Quiet, steady:
Oponed i higher at onco weaked, declined
slowly, on weaker cables. European cholera
reports favorable woMher: Ilullalo strike heavy
increase In available supply reached li on buy
In? by lones. declined ?i on weak cables, closed
jary, 14 lower than yesterday. Receims. 279..
000; shipments, 27 100.
Wheat-Cash. 71: Sept. 75K
Corn-Cash, 53'i: riept., S3.
Oats-Cash, S3K.'aJg; Sept., 3l3lV.
rorlt- :ash,12.aT6;r'cpt.i2 06.
Lard-Ca-h, t7.C2; Bent. 7 TO.
thnrt Ribs Cai.li . J7.75: Kept. I7.fin.
Current 1'rlcos Tor Ornln I'roduco
Fruit Corrected Dally.
Whole barley por lot) pounds
Rolled " ' "
Wheat " "
Suznr cube, " "
iKr firan'ted, "
Cniiee, green, " "
Cottto), roasted, " "
Rico " "
Potatoes, Iilsh, " "
Onions " i - ...
D.tlrysalt ' "
lleans, pin It "
Hum, Kansas City, per pnand...
lire ijcfcst bacon "
Lard " '
lilievso " " '..
Dridlnppiea " "
Ilr'od p.-aclie3 " "
Dried apricots " "
Dried grappa " "
Dried nilnni "
Honey, Mralncd " " .
Honev, In comb '
1'jS". lc 1 0ipn
Alfalfa hay cut ranch per tn:i...
(train " "
Beef nit foot, per hundred
HllL'b, lue " "
Oron l'rult ltctnll,
Aprlcotp.'per pound Ro
Aunles. " rjk
Strawberries, per box 2oo '
iKCKiiernes, ,...v 2001
Oranges. ' .,, 80W I
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orfkure. Lsdlesranbc treated at a dlsiancn.
Mrs. I.ucy A. Fay, at Mrs. Lee's Millinery
store, lady agent for I'hamlx.
FranlA. Phillips, Proprietor,
Always ready to servo Ice Cream, Boda, Choice
Confectionery, Fresh Fruits of every descrip
tion, Clgarj, etc
Furnishing icocream for parties a specialty.
Ico cream packed with euro and ddlveied to
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and Wlndoiv Snecnsa sr'e:lHltv.
Work Done in fo 1'arl of Hi
In tho District Court of tho Third Judicial Dis
trict or me lernioryoi Arizona, in nnd for
the County of Maricopa.
P. V. Daggs and W. A. Dacgs,
W. II. Ney, John II. Montgo
mery ana jonn b. uaegs, I
Harris Ilaldwin end T. W. 1
Action brought in tho District Court of the
Third Judicial District of tho Territory of
Arlrona, in and for Maricopa County, and the
complaint filed in said Maricopa County, in
the otllce of the Clerk of said District Court
, In tho namo of the Territory of Arizona, to
W. II. Ney, John li. Stontgomcry nnd John F.
Daggs, Hairls Baldwin and T. W. Johnston, de
You aro herebv summoned and nniilro.l n
appear in an action brought against you by
the above named plaintiffs, In the District Court
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of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of days (exclusive of the day of service) after thh
of this said Court, at Phoenix, in sold County, '""Pcinctr hut if served without this prc
wlthln ten days after tho service upon you of cll,& D"tln tho county, ten daysflf served out
thin .. mn. n. u If ..... t.,.I l.f. .. ',., . n..
- --- - tutu Duiu uvniuij. Ui
M Served OUt of tMR uiU Cnimtvan.l vTUl.lt,
...n L-itmuiuiis, ,i pocu in luis saiu uoiiniy, or
tlila tntil Tii.llnl.il ril...lAt i..... liii . I
days thereafter, or In all other c. . wit i,J,
(- u t iai iLini jinini l. liii'ii uiinin v iciin i tt t
thirty days thereafter, tha tlmcB above men-
KwSSr .iKS,!J1"rtTe.'?.llu,e?ay ofM'",''eiO
Judgment by default will bo taken against you
uiven under my hand and seal of tho District
Court of tho Third Judicial District of tho Tor.
n.',orjL0J A'Kna, in and for Maricopa County,
this i7th day ol Juno, A. D., 1892.
asil-1 C. 11. KNAPP,
i, t tt o clerlc oI 'J district Court.
By J. n. Btodt, Doputy Clerk.
IVfrrt iw 7wmw
aT&& PhtDnlx Preclnot- M'"lc"- o5-
Datud thl. ?7th dy n Jnne.lSW.
Just the thing foi
fall and Examine Them,
inTR3frfpW No Kxtnt ilent iw
1 fiVDl(plasclff' Thrown Off. It is
si--' All Applied Where
'j X7i Needed.
KmFai - Nl n o
Tin and Iron Rooftiig.-
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rANTED.-rOSITION AS TEACHER IN
V public school In Arizona. Three years
leiicc. Ucrtllicate, testlmontals aim rei-
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Address Hattle LbeTlj, 111 N.
i III) FAI1 IIlL,l,Tn0 c:cbratel Chinese
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ton streets, I'hu-ulx, Arizona, l'urc herb doc
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of pure herb for sale Treatment by mall.
Adlirs Fostofflce box :, prompt attention
M. E. HURLEY,
iThe Live Butcher,
Choice Steaks and Roasts.
.The Rest Kept Varkct in Phcenlx. Experi
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I'RIIF. ffllilTO 1RRI0L1, JR.
I Lessons on the Hauo or Organ, Vio'ln, Flute,
i Clarinet, Guitar. Mandoline, Banjo, Cornet, and
j lu all brass band or orchestra iustrumeuts,
Lessons on Sight Reading, Harmony
: String or Brass Band Furnished
1 For Balls, Sarsuados, I'icnlcs, etc.
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In Justice Court, Thoenix Precinct, County
of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona,
C, J. Dyer, Plalntitr,
Geo. W. Ikoalls, Defendant,)
Action brought ill the Justice Court of Phocc
nix Precinct, in and for tho county of Mari
copa, in tho Territory of Arizona.
Tho Territory o'f Arizona sends Greetings to
Geo. W. Ingalls:
You are hereby summoned and required to
appear In nn action brought against vou bv thn
above named plaintiff in tho Justice's Court of
Phoenix Precinct, In and for tho county of
Mar copa, in the Territory of Arizona, and
answer the complaint (lied in said Justice's
Court, at Phccnlx, In said county, within Ave
of the county, flltpen days; in all other cases
twent; nays, fluid complaint being as follows:
.. seventy dollars
lars (170 00.) Phoenix. Arizona.
'uary 6, 1800, one year after date (without
'Brace) I promise to pay to the order of C.J.
uyer seventy donors for value received, with
interest at 4 per cent per month until paid,
both principal and interest payable only In
Unitel States gold coin. Q. W. Ijcoalls.
Or Judgment by default will be taken against
i - i Given under my hand at Fhos-
o i uix, mis mm aay oijuiy. A. D.
' X8W. W. O. HU60K,
Justice of the Peace of said Precinct.
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