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ARIZONA WEEKLY REPUBLICAN: P1KEN1X, T11USDAY, JANUARY 19, I8J3.
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Assemble in Large Num
bers at New York.
Faith in Protection.
And Declare that the Proposed
Crungowill be Damaging.
Apt,.u!iary Unjust Foaturo of tho
s ,1 rnaor Bill Now Occupying
tho Attention of tho House.
t uk, J' 13. Associated
prt, - fiie national association of
, ui.mliuturerd began tho twenty
e,-h b annual meeting hero today.
j.eS1jfiH Wtntmn declined re-election
jjj'jdiss. Frost was chosen. Kes
,a !"' rttr0 adopted declurlng it to
be le bflief of manufacturers thut
tnei's ogtiiniTlnis ptoved advanta
geous to nool trowels, manufacturers
nd customers of woolen goods. The
proposed economic change is not in
response to any demand from tho in
dustry here represented, eighty per
rent of tlie manufacturers of the coun
try having joined in protesting agaiiiHt
the passage of the free wool bill now
pending in congrees and which protest
The attention of congress is invited
to'he (a ' that woolen goods) are man
ufactured nearly a year in advonceof
the season for who'o wear they are
idapted and in consequence any law
iimol'aneously removing tho duty on
vtool will compel tho whole domestic
prHiu i ion of tho season manufactured
fruui dut paid wool to coinpelo in tho
markets with foreign goods manu
failured from free wool. The
.pnnger hill discriminates doubly
in ib a respect by admitting at
reduced rates simultaneously with
tne repeal of tho wool du
ties all furcign goods imported pi ior
tu ii pissago and now held in bond,
i ear should elapso after tho wool
dunes disappear before compensatory
dunes are reported.
SAN DIEQO TO PHCENIX.
The New Railroad Proposition As
IV f lowing special dispatch sent
frum '-an liei:o appeared in tho San
Fran . t'Uronlcle liiHt Thursday:
"mn mm", Jan. 11. Tho railroad ex
iph.inii p imiiiittei) decided todav to in-
rurpi ra e a company for the building of I
tne me eastward, ine pian as loruui
a i t uriranize under the laws of
Ar .iia l t ttie construction of the en
tire ..e tinvien San Diego and Pluenlx.
The J rf.-t.irv is to be made up of San
IVgnaoJ 1'Ikpmx men with a working
Diaji n ui me ooaru in oiwi wicku, o i
int 8iipp ,ea would be more easily ob
tained here and construction would
natural begin at this place, though it
niir.t later bo pro-ecuted from b th
end-. O J Slough, a local capitalist,'
mo has sriunn active interest in tho i
ma er eierslnco it was presented in
vat appeared to be a practicable form,
has ITernl to go to Arizona at his own
expense and push huriueSH. Much in
terei m awakened here and in PIhcmx,
anil the prospect is mo'e favorable for
(be tu ding of tho lino as proposed
tnaii ami, previous Iiuih.
Indiana and New York capital has
been interested, and while this is an
independent enterpriee thus far, it is
beneved that the Hock Island company
il eventually aid in the construction
of the road and make San Diego its
Pamii cast terminal. That company's
hue, wiiii-h now ends at Liberal, Kns.,
it is nnderstrod, will be extended to
Alhuqueique, where it will meet tho
ruad iroin San Diego.
Direct Southern Pacific Connection
H n. E M. Doe of Flagstaff is in the
mv - n business in the supreme court.
Mr line is also enthusiastically talking
up another nroject which ia of great in
tece.t to 1'hiPiiiz, railroad connection
betwten tl is city and Flagstaff. The
N.ntdern Pacific has already given the
P' )e. t ome consideration." It is well
known that thnt company has made a
'nixTmial survey between Phoenix and
1'resMtt from which latter pointitcoul I
'h the Vlanticand Pacific by the
''" 'ki-oad Since then tho people of
1 "K- ff have brought to thenttention
of tt e sul)tliern l'acihc the desirability
Jjf t iif-ttair as a northern terminus.
They urge Uie extensive lumber and
caitip Interests of that place and its
Pf'iximity to inexhaustible Buuplies of
c,,a! It is beside the most important
piaie on the Atlantic & Pacific and has
the inot roseate future of any town in
the territory excepting only" Phoenix.
They ay nmt nothing can be gained in
"""am-e by building bv the way of
I'esiott The Ilullock roan could serve
no puronoe of the Southern Pacific. It
has nn road bed and its rails would no
eeocariij, iiaVB to be replaced by others
0( greater weight. It is quite certain
that he Southern Pacific in slf defense
'' r-onsiruet a north and south road to
aipe tho encroachment of the Santa
"on ho part of tho Santa Fe, Pres
""t I'hccnixand it can reach further
tn'o Ninta Fe territory and divide more
an,R P" business "by striking Flag
'air than by touching any other point
long the A. A P. in the territory. The
Possibility of the execution of tho
P""J-et is much talked of at Flng
"ff and it is said that its
r"''zens have been given to understand
mat such a road is not an improbability
(by wm w. mniur.D, m. n.)
"he disease commonly known as the
8"P is one that has been much talked
about m recent yenrs, and though
"felvdiscubscd by the educated and un
Wucaied, much of tho discussion has
wen to say tho least profitless and of a
very superficial character. Like many
other topics supposed to bo under
stood, there is little real knowledge,
of it. The grip is not simple n
common catarrh, n slight cola in the
bend us many are inclined to think,
it is strictly speaking an epidemic
catarrhal feer. it ih a epeeille nllet'tion
not infrequently nttendid with much
fehnle action, general constitutional
of dit-turbtuitc, many complications
and prolonged prostration. Occasionally
it has tpu-ad over wuln distncts and
had all of tho characteristics of an epi
demic. As to how tho dn-eato may
arise in diHeicnt sections of this or any
other country there is a diveigencu oi
opinion among those best informed
upon the subject. Sometimes it seems
to originate spontaneously and other
times it is traceable to iit source and
there is a link within a link as it were
in Us connection. Though epidemic. in
its chaiacter it frequently pa-ses by a
t-tctlou it would beexpec ed to viidt.
Some who believe in the contagious
ness of the nU'ei'tiou claim that it is
earned by those affitted from one
part to another. If this were mi it will
bo readily seen how easy its spread
miulit oicur in this country where the
tendency of the people is t"o travel con
siderably by reason of greater railroad
development iim well as tho desire to
sojourn from place to plaie. It is not
uncommon tor the tliscaso to suddenly
manifest itself in parts removed ton
coiiHidei able distance from the section
where it prevails.. Whole cities und
states are thus affected when it Is least
Not only is the human family thus
affected, but at the same time the low
er animals may Buffer in the same way.
The so called epizootic that has oc
casionally prevailed, among horses is
quite similar in many of its character
istics to the Urip ami like it has seemed
to take us it were a circuit in its isita
tton over tho whole habitable globe.
In turn the disease finds it-elf every
where and no climate or soil serves to
eliminate it. It is not generally con
sidered us. contagious in the strictest
sense of tho word. Undoubtedly it
is due to certain ntmosuberic condi
tions. It has been claimed to result
from n minute organism found in the
air and thus taken into the system.
The rapid spread of the disease would
seem to indicate its transmission through
Its appearance is not confined to
certain seasot.s of the year as is gener
ally supposed, on the contrary it may
appear at any time uid find entrance
and development in the system. In
some cases it is slow in developing lyn g
dormant and gradually asserting itself.
In the majority of cases it is Etidden in
attack and may thus alllict persons in
In some disenses a single attack is
sufficient preventive to avoid a subse
quent one, not so with the grip. It is
not uncommon to see one attack fol
lowed m a brief interval with another,
the liability of repetition being in
creased rather than dfcreastd. It has
been n-serted by some authors that
there is n connection between the grip
and othei diseases, with regaid to such
relation the evidence to date is not
satisfactory or conclusive. Statistics
noon this point are limited nnd not nn
tliorilalive. We do not believe that it
I as been proven thnt the grip is pre
etiled by choleia or that scarlet feer
disappears with its prevalance.
There does not seem to be any direct
connection between the prevalance of
meaels and the grip, nor is there any
less of acute affections like rheumatism,
pneumonia aud the like when the grip
prevails. If it be allowed thnt this
disease be conveyed by a specific agent
connected with the atmosphere ns an
exciting cause the germ theory is cer
tainly very reasonable nd it is not at
'all improbable that this affection like
many others lias its specinc germ nt an
organic nature, microscopic in minute
ness and produced in a way in which
we are at present unable to fully de
termine. This affection, as has been stated, is
common to the whole human family
and in all parts ol the world. Men,
women and children are all subject to
it, those advanced in lile nre more se
verely affected, and old people are es
pecially ant to bo carried off by it. In
middle and early life the mortality is
eiv much less, though at all times
there is liability of compilations like
bronchitis anil pneumonia. Unques
tionably, persons who are in unfavor
able hygienic surroundings, in low,
damp situations, with houses poorly
ventilated, are more readily nttacked
by ihe grip and when once taken with
thediseaee it is much severer. There
fore great care should always bo had to
have the patient as favorably situated
as possible. Notwithstanding favor
able hygienic conditions, the grip some
times proves fatal to many, though as a
rule if a, person exercises proper
care nnd employs right treatment, the
diseae will run a mild course. I!y
reason of the complications liable to
follow the affection those who
are weakly in constitution, those
nt the extremes of life, whether
children or the aged, all who
are feeble and readily affected by
depressing nnd debilitating influences
sould always bo on their guard, since
too great care cannot be exercised, for
tho simple reason that a mild attack of
the grip may be the beginning of other
complaints of tho most serious charac
ter. K. F. Kellner's store now lias a full
line of tho celebrated Diamond S. Bak
ing Powder, guaranteed pure, strong
Woman's Suffrage Association.
Washington, Jan. 14. Delegates to
the National convention of the Womens'
American Suffrage association which
opens here tomorrow afternoon with
religious exercises, aro registering in
largo numbers at the hotels today. 1'ho
convention bids fair to bo tho largest,
if not tho roost important, in the his
tory of the movement.
Innllnflnna tn InnilfTlirillnn.
Washington-, Jan. 14. Invitations
were today sent out through Col.
were today sent out through Col.
Carbin, U. S. A., to the governors of all
states inviting them and stafis to
participate in tho inaugural ceremonies.
Washington,, Jan. 14. Tho treasury
department todav purchased 407.000
ounces of silver' at $0.83,0J0, 0. 8,
400. Purchases for tho month aggreg
ate 497,000 ouces.
The Little Comet's Erra
Into That of
And Incidentally Produced an
And That's Why the Supremo Court
Room Yosterday Looked Llko .
In supremo court Saturday there
were on exhibition n number of glass
lioxe" containing strip" of red and blue
paste bord who-e planes crossed each
other at all sorts of angles. Exittsed
on huge easels were maps showing lo
cations of various mines situated in
Cochise county. All ibis paraphernalia
was illustrative of n di-pute now und
for a long time in tlio past in progress
between mining corporations in that
counly, known originally as the Water-
val Mining romp my against C. .
Leach and E. B. Gage owne'rsuf a group
of adjacent mines one of which is
known as the Little Comet. The
cauco of the trouble was the erratic
course of the l.ittlo Comet's lode which
intruded noon the territory of the
Black Eagle, a claim of tho Walerval
Mining company, of senior location.
Tht real trouble began when the lode
of the Little Comet intersected that
of the Black Eagle as indicated by the
pieces of paste board in the atore
mentioned ulass boxes. The Waterval
company bcga.i suit in the court of
Cocln-e county to restrain tne lonow
ers of tho Litlle Comet lead from pro
ceeding beyond tho point of intersec
tion. The defendants were given a verdict
nnd the matter was brought upon an
appeal. Nearly the entire day was
taken up in the uiguments in the
course of which the court roe. The
matter will be continued tomorrow.
In the cup of F. E. Jordan, el nl, ap
pelates vs John Dakes, briefs were sub
mitted. In tho matter of the Muauhtira
Water compnny, appellant vs (J. W.
Swnin. a motion to dismis appeal was
denied. The same action was taken in
tho cases of the Southern Pacific s
Bertha Tomlinson and Warres vs.
Briefs were submitted in the case of
Don Yen vs Ah You.
Tho Savings and Loan Association of
Articles of incorporation of tho Sav
ings Htid L-m n As-ociation of Ariouu,
were liltil in th" recorder's office yes
terday. The incorporators are A. A.
Dougherty of Lo- Angeles; Wells llen
dershott," Plucnix; J. 8. Van Doren,
Los Angilis; E D.Morgan, San Fran
cisro; mid Jn. K. ICilpatrick, of Pine
nix. Th capital stock of the associa
tion is $200,000, divided into 2,1.1)0
shares. The purpofe of the corporation
is to loan money and perform the ordi
dury ollices of a bunking institution.
The association will be managed in
connection with the extensive New
York nnd reservoir projects,
The incorporators are well known on
the Pacific slope as gentlemen of grent
business ability. Mr. Morgan is cash
ier of the First National bank of San
Mnltlutf Itnlloiiim Sufe.
Two melancholy accidents through
balloons becoming ruptured in midair
luivo led to experiments being made
with n, view to savo lifo under such con
ditions. One neronaut in Franco fitted
his balloon with a parachute which
overspread tho upper part of tho gaseous
envelope. Ho then made an ascent, and,
With "marvelous confidence in the value
of his improvement, purposely cut tho
fabric of the balloon and let tho gas es
cape. Tho parachuto then expanded,
and tho occupants of the car sank slow
ly nnd safely to earth
In another experiment, conducted in
this country, to show that, if tho neck
lino of a balloon were left untied the
tilk envelope would itself form an ran
brellaliko parachute, tho car hr.d no
occupants, but was weighted so as to
represent a crew of threo persons. Cy
means of n fuse nnd a weight the fabiic
was automatically slit from top to bot
tom when tho balloon was nt a height
of 3,000 feet, upon which tho material
assumed the form of an inverted basin
and came down gently. It is argued
from the result of this experiment that
tho occupants of a burst balloon would
como safely to the ground if they only
had the presence of mind to cut tho
Peck line. Chambers' Journal.
Tho richness of somo of tho ores found
in Tasmania is marvelous. .Recently
Fomo Zeehan chloride was twice tested
by privato analyses and found to nssay
nearly 20,000 ounces of silver to tho ton.
Tho accuracy of these tests being doubt
ed, two specimens were submitted to tho
government analyst for trial in his lab
oratory, with tho result that in both
rsamples ho found over 20,000 ounces to
tho ton. From another mine native sil
ver and nntimonial ore assayed 3,000
ounces to tho ton. A soft clay found in
one claim gave 1,800 ounces to tho ton,
nnd from another Fahlerzoro yielded 3G7
ounces of silver to tho ton.
By tho latest mail advices I hear of
samples from somo tons of oro taken
from n Whyto river claim yielding as
followrt: Galena No. 1 specimen, 451
ounces silver nnd 43 per cent, lead;
galena No. 2, 521 ounces silver and 17
per cent, lead; "black pug'' 330 ounces
silver and 11 per cent, lead, tho forma
tion being described as galena slugs im
bedded in very wet black pug. Black
COWNS FOR STREET AND HOUSE WEAR.
The Hraplre pown shown In this picture ha some novel features The sUtt is en
Hrelv plain, of thick fpolj The forcatxn) are of rich brocade, and the fame ornaments
the fiont abo?e the vehet girdle The upprr leees are of cliet to match cirdlc. The
hume dres s m tde of fine cashmere, the sVirt being elaborately braided. The corsage
shows a novel Qui effective vest front, with nbbon dratery.
rhrrv if M ISi to wrJMl 'Fft
1 It IllB'Mft
A NEW GOWN AND A NOVEL CLOAK.
The figure on Hie left indicates a novel treatment of the convention il cloth srown The
ash statti from the invisible opening at the right side and goes around the waist ns
shown, eudine under deep loops and ends The wait is pothered front aud back Cloth
or smooth finish goods in one color is the most suitable fabric. The other figure shows t
new arrmsement of the camel cloik in diagonal chev o of one color It is gathered ca
the shoulders and plaited in the back, while the yoke extends to the waist in front
W . i?A jl 5k DfrfcL sr3 -YMm
WINTER QARMENTS FOR THE LITTLE ONES.
The picture shows some handsome garments for children from ten to twelve years
That on llie lef is .in eiderdown cloak with swansilown trimming aud muff, the hat
ten' oi w ite f It trimmed wiih buck velvet and feathers The ncit is a coat and
dr.ss f loth n, h sleeve, yoke and band . f astrakhan The thud represen s a coat of
he. vi 6t i e 1 chev.ot, w th short puffed sh ulder cap: of satin or silk, with hat to match.
The fourth -f cashmere, cut pr nccsse, with border aud bands of velUiua.
C2ING UP THE EOY.
She Didn't Ucitlro mat Ho Had GroTS
"1 want to buy a pair of pants for my
little boy,'- iid a country woman to tho
clerk as cho entorcd an Adrian clothing
"This way, if you please, madam;
about what tizc?" inquired tho amiable
"Well, I couldn't tell exactly without,
seeing 'cm. .lutthhow mo somo boys
"Of course, to bo suro; how would
tlieso suit him?' and tho clerk displayed
a ery cuto affair for a boy of about five
"Oh, sakes alive! he's bigger'u that;
ho ain't no baby, Johnnie ain't."
"Would theso bo about tho figuro for
him?" and tho clerk presented another
pair to view, very much larger.
"Lawn, no! Ho couldn't wear them no
"Well, here'a tomcthing that ought to
fit him, I'm nuito sure."
"Fakes alive! Hain't yon got nnthin
"Yes, but I thought you wanted them
for a biaall boy."
'"Well, ho's quito a good sized boy."
"Heio's another pair. I assure yon
these would fit a largo sized boy."
"Shoo! them wouldn't reach to kit
ankles. Ho'd bo worso off in them than
tho ones howcara now. Gitsometkin
about a foot longer."
"You mean n man's size, don't you?"
"No, I don't. Thcy'ro for my littla
"But wo have nothing larger in boya
"Well. I don't know what 111 do; guess
I'd Ih ttcr loo!: somo other place."
"Wait u Minute; jnst look over here;"
and tho clerk conducted the woman to
another department nnd presented for
her examination n pair of trousers de
signed for the adornment of a man of
about six fevt.
"Oh. them's tho very thing. How
much be they? Why didn't you tell me
you had 'em afore?"
"Bcc..UE3 I didn't know how big your
littlo boy was. It teems to ine he must
bo quite a chunk of a boy when a man'
clothes fit him."
"Well, I declare to goodness; it must
bo that he's a man. I never once thought
on it that way afore. It just struck ine
this minute. How they do grow up,
And when n satisfactory bargain had
been concluded tho jwrplexed and sur
prised woman departed with her bundle.
Detroit Free Press.
Not a Oiirstluil of Aire.
I "All tho cirls wear then."
"Do yon Ktill call yourself a girl?"
"Why not? My husband is sti'l on
of tho boys, though ray senior by twenty
Asking fur Information.
At tho trial of a breach of promise
case tko parties to which wero a man
of advanced years and a young girl tho
judge remarked that fcis was another
instance of tho c il effects of "engage
ments contracted between May and De
cember." Shortly afterward the learned
judge received a letter from a statistical
society intimating that that body would
be much obliged if ho would favor them
with nn account of the facts from which
ho Lad derived tha singular rule enunci
ated by him ai to tho infelicity of en
gagements contracted during certain
months of tho ear. ArgonauL
A Clever Expedient.
Mr. Drcxcl Phl.itz Are yon tho officer
on tho beat near my bouse?
Officer Simmings Yis, ror.
Mr. Drexel Phlatz Would you mind
standing near our kitchen entrance next
Saturday afternoon for a few minutes?
We're having somo troublo in getting
girl, and 1 want tho one who comes Sat
urday to hnvo every possible inducement
to stay. Chicago Newsrnecord.
Taltlns nis Chance.
Newsboy Swipesy, you ort to be
more keerful how you handle rnonoy.
People ketch diseases frum money.
Bootblack (taking his coins out of his
mouth and counting them) Two, three,
eight, ten, leven, sixteen shine, mis-ter?
seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty
four. Ef Jay Gould kin chance it.
Shorty, I reck'n I kin. Chicago Trib
une. A Genuine Article.
Dicker What do yon think of that
tight money articlo in The Wall Street
Ticker I guess there is bomething in
it. I met tho editor this morning.
Dicker What did he say?
Ticker Nothing; just borrowed a dol
As It Seemed to niui.
Caraway Tho elopement of Cheney's
wife was in the naturo of a boomerang:,
Hooks How so?
Caraway She returned tko next day.
Jack What did you think when I
Clara I wondered wkat my fiance
would think if ho knew it. New York