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THE AKIZONA KEfUBLICAN: FRIDAY MOltNlNG. AUGUST 31, 1894.
MET MARKET. LOOK HERE! If you wish to buy your MEATS CHEAP, call fit the Washington Market anil get a book of Coupons worth 5 for $4.50, and you will save 1 0 per cent, by buying for cash. CHAS. KRAFT, 24 J. A. LUTGERDING & CO. Fresh and Salt Meats. MUTTON, PORK, VEAL AND POULTRY. LI Our Meats Thoroughly Refrigerated Before Being Sent Out to Customers. Superior Corned Beef, Fresh Sausage, Head Cheese and Bologna. Orders Called For ami Delivered. 1 12 West Washington Street. ' Postoffice Building:. GKOCEBIEW. Ilie Trask-Ressler Grocery Co. 41 West Washington St., CHOP PHCENIX CHOP HOUSE. (Formerly French Restaurant.) OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Fresh Fish, Oysters, Game in Season, well cooked meals served to order at short notice. 26 E. AVA-SI EIiS G TON ST. Next Door to Capitol Saloon. The Palace Chop House OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. F -esh Fish, Game and Oysters in Season. Everything New and Clean. Table Supplied with the Best the Market Affords. In the Rooms of the JPalace Saloon. I OTIJ.S. I 9 flie L emon Hotel SPARKS & POLLMAN, Prop. ELL FURNISHED ROOMS 00 w CENTEALLY located. loom and Board from 1 a Day Up. Hotel and Dining Koom Under the Same Management. First-Class Bar in Connection. Shoemaker. V7M. LIMBROCK, Practical BOOT AND SHOEMAKER Hr.s opened a shop on Washington street next to the Irvine Stationery Store. Boots and Shoes made to order and all work left will be neatly and promptly done at reasonable prices. f isMngtoa Street, Next to the Irvine Stationery Store. MRS. M. FORBES, MnniCTC Second Street, South oi KJUk I C. Hartwell's Photograph -gtm mm Gallery, is prepared to guar- - antee style, fit and prices. Ladies wishing dressmaking, cutting and fit ting will make a mistake if they do not call. PHCENIX. ARIZONA. From the Paeifie TO The Great Lakes Without Change. Cheapest Eates. Best Accommodations. Ask agents named below for advertising matter. . . C. C. CARPENTER, Trav. Agt, El Paso. West Washington Street. Wholesale and Betail- Groceries, Crockery, Queens ware, Stoneware, and. Glassware. FRESH GOODS RECEIVED DAILY. PHCENIX, ARIZ. HOUSE. .T. M. SPARKS B. C. POLLMAS Southern Paeifie Co. (PACIFIC SrSTJBM.) Commencing Aug. 25,1894, trains will leave Maricopa as follows; 2, A f A. M. DAILY PACIFIC EX .1U PRESS for points in California, Nevada, Oregon and Washington. 9 .OA A. M. DAILY, MIXED TF.AIN FOB ,fOJ Tucson, Benson, LordsburghDemine El Paso and intermediate stations. 4 .OH PM- DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOB ,JJ Yuma and intermediate stations 5 .OK P. M. DAILY MIXBD TRAIN JlJ for Kl PaBO and all way stations. U.Kn P. M. DAILY, ATLANTIC EX , "J " ' PresB for Tucson, Benson, Demins Kl Paso, San Antonio, Houston and New Orleans T. H. GOODMAN, RICHARD GRAY, &8n- Pi8S' Asenl Get). Traffic Manager. San Francisco, Cal. C. H. MOREHOJSE, D. F. and P. A. Kl Paso. NETTIE'S RECORD. Vanderbilt's Flame Well Known in Portland. She Estranged the Affections of the Wife of a Gambler Who Found Fatal Consolation in Morphine. By the Associated Pr jss. Portland, Ore., Aug. 30. Nettie Neustadter, the woman who figures in the family troubles of the Vanderbilts, was well known in this city four or five years ago and spent about fourteen months between here and San Fran cisco. The number of men in this city who have fallen more or less under her captivating influence is legion and the talk incident to her connection witii the Vanderbilt Bcandal awakens many stories of her exploits. Every blood of five years ago in this city could give volumes of unwritten history regarding the black eyed beauty. While living with her husband she became very intimate with a Mrs. Eddie Foy, the wife of a gambler in Spokane. The nature of this intimacy grew to be of a character of which the husbands of both women became cognizant and which they fruitlessly attempted to break up. Foy finding his wife's affections estranged by the wiles of the Neustadter woman, "com mitted suicide with morphine. PERSONAL. Lory Powell returned from California yesterday. Judge Baker passed through Yuma last Tuesday. Miss Dorris went out with the excur sion last evening. Hans Herlick and Ed Ruppert were among the outgoing excursionists last night. " The wife and daughter of Mayor Mon ihan returned yesterday from a visit to the coaBt. Hon. E. C. Brown returned yester day from a trip through the northern part of the territory. Perry Williams, the genial 1 Mari copian, came in on yesterday's delayed train. As usual he had a number of blood curdling stories to tell. ' A PERTINENT KICK. Objections to the Proposal to Bring Back Geronlmo. To the Editor of The Republican. I see by the dispatches that Secretary Lamont has issued an order transferring Geronimo and his Apache band of out laws, first to Oklahoma and then in the fall to the Apache reservation in this territory. In the Indian appropriation bill just passed by a Democratic congress an amount is specified to bear the expenses of their transfer, and this, too, as the dispatch says, "in spite of Delegates Smith, of Arizona, Joseph, of New Mex ico, and Flynn, of Oklahoma." The government's plea for making this change is one of "humanity," It is said these Indians are dying of con sumption because of the unhealthy climate in Alabama where they are now stationed. If the present policy of Mr. Lamont, secretary of war, to abandon military posts now is executed and these des peradoes are again inflicted upon the helpless people of this territory what will be the result? Is it humanity for this administration to endanger the lives of hundreds of our best people for the benefit of improving the health of this marauding band of 300 Indians? If the Democratic party, strong as it may seem, proposes to invoke a policy of humanity with reference to these outlaws let it be done by surrounding them with a strong body of unem ployed United States troops that the law abiding and industrious citizens may not be sacrificed. In view of the fact that this order of the secretary is likely to be carried out at once and Geronimo again permitted to resound the war trumpet in our midst and re sume his cruel butcheries, should we not take some united action to prevent the removal of United StateB troops from the territory? The answer to our petition for state hood is a refusal by congress and this blighting order from the . secretary of war. Justice. FREIGHT RATES. Communication From President Colquhoun of the A. & N. M. The following communication is ex planatory of the subject to which it re fers : Clifton, Ariz., Aug. 28, 1891. To the Editor of The Republican: In an item of your issue of the 2Gth inBt. you make a comparison which is not only odious but unjust and out of joint with your customary fairness. Quoting from the Prospector the fol lowing: "The Gila Valley, Globe & Northern railroad proposes to haul ore from Solomonvilie' to El Paso for $4.50 per ton," you introduce a comoarison, stating that the A. & N. M. "railroad charges $9.60 per ton from Glif ton to Lordsburg, a distance of seventy-two mileB. Without commenting upon the fact that no ore is being shipped from Solo monvilie, I would point out that the Gila Valley, Globe & Northern rail road connects with Bowie and not with El Paso. Bowie is distant thirty-five miles from Solomonvilie. If any such rate should be offered, and so far it has not been, it must be through a special OING a great tiling by buying one of those WHITE MOUNTAIN FREEZERS and WATER COOLERS of arrangement with the Southern Pacific company, who own about 200 miles of the 235 miles of railroad lying between Solomonvilie and El Paso. The com parison is therefore unfair. Onr rate on similar ore is not $9.60 per ton as you explain. It is $4.67 per ton shipped in small lots, and for car loads and large shipments we are wil ling to offer better terms, as we have already done in the case of bad ores. Our traffic is made up of coke and conper to the extent of eighty-five per cent of the total traffic. On these our rates have been re duced from $10.60 to $5.50 per ton, which is as great a reduction as the business will stand with the present email tonnage. We run but one Bmall narrow guage train per day. Trusting that you will find space for this explanation, I am YourB very truly, James Colquhoun, Brest, and Gen'l Supt. A. & N. M. A TARIFF EFFECT. Prices Are Reduced but Plants Are Destroyed. San Frajcisco, Aug. 30. It is esti mated that the free grain bags will mean a saving of $375,000 a year to California farmers. The new tariff went into ef fect too late this year to make much of a saving, however. The annual de mand for grain sacks is about 32,000, 000, of which California ubbs 24,000,000. The importation has been about 26, 000,000 and of the remaining 6,000,000, 4,000,000 have been produced at San Quentin prison and 2,000,000 at the California jute mills. The latter have now closed down and it is claimed that its plant valued at $250,000 has been rendered useless by the free importation of bags. The average duty has been 1 55-100 cents a bag and this will now be saved to the farmer. Since the enactment of the new law the price of bags has dropped from 6 cents to 5 cents. THE SOUTHWEST SEA. More Fighting on the Island of Samoa. San Francisco, Aug. 30. The steamer Mariposa, which arrived this evening from Sydney, Apia, Auckland and Hon olulu, brings news of further fighting among the natives of Samoa and final forcible inierference by British and German warships stationed at Apia. Two skirmishes had taken place be tween the warring tribes, resulting in the killing of ten natives and the wounding of many more. The natives had become so short of food they had taken to stealing from foreigners throughout the islands and interfer ence by the powers became absolutely necessary. Thought It Was a Fake. Honolulu, Aug. 19. The Mariposa arrived here this evening from Auck land and brought news of Cleveland's recognition of the republic in a dis patch dated Washington, August 9. The news waa received here with re joicing by the annexationists and with a shade of doubt by the royalists who claim to think the dispatch is a fake. Worden's Complaint Groundless. Woodland, Aug. 30. Secretary Doughty, of the Sacramento A. E. U., arrested on a charge of embezzlement sworn to by Train Wrecker YVorden, was discharged this afternoon on a motion of the district attornev. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Highest Award. Stage Lines. A. L. Fisher's Phoenix, Tenipe and Mesa City Stage Line, making direct connections with the Goldfield stage. MORNING STAGES. L'v. Pncenix 6:30 a. m. L'v. Mesa 2:30 p. m. L'v. Tempe 8-00 a. m. L'v. Tempe 3:30 p.m. Ar. Mesa 9:01 a. m. Ar. Pmenix 5;00'p. m. EVENING STAGES. L'v. Phoenix 2:31 p. m. L'v. Mesa 6:00 a. m. L'v. Teinoe 4:00 p. m. L'v. Tempe 7:00 a. m. Ar. Mesa 5:00 p. m. Ar. Phoenix 8:30 a. m Connect with stages at Mesa for Goldfield, Flor ence and Globe. CARRY PASSENGERS AND EXPRESS. Office at Mesa Fruit Store. Pkisix I frescott Stage Line Via VULTURE, W1CKENBURG and CONGRESS, Connecting with Santa Fe, Preacott & Phoenix railroad at Skull Valley, leave Phoenix daily except Sunday at 7 a. m. iSSjr- Omoe with Wells, Fargo A Co. 5-ti C. W. OSXENLEAr, Asent. Florence and Casa Grande Stage. Stage leaves Casa Grande at 7 a. m., each morning, arrives at Florence at 11:30 a. m. Returning leaves Florence at 1:30 p.m., ar rive at Casa Grande at 6 p. m. Makesconnectioa at Florence wilh stage for Globe. This line is fifty miles nearer Globe than any other line. DREW, STEVENS & CO, Proprietors. FLORENCE and GLOBE STAGE LINE Carrying: United States Mail and the Express. Stage leaves Florence daily for Riverside and Globe at 7 o'clock p. m.; stops all night at Riverside and arrives at Globe at 5 o'clock p. m.; returning, leaves Globe at 8 o'clock a. m arrives at Florence at 1 a. m. Good accommo dations on the road, improved line, good stock and comfortable stages, four-horse coach every other day. W. E. Guild, agent, Florence. E F. Kellner & Co.. agents, Globe. EUGENE MIDDLETON, Prop. fMLL BEND HOTEL, EATING HOUSE. THE JT best meals on the road. First-class acco modations in every respect. Paddock Bros'. Props i ui s Nr: I. mill! ll:li!li;l:iiilllllli:illli:illliiiirii!:B;:il;;ii:!li;l.:;i "Mil!! ' if JOB PRINTING . GO TO THE Republican. OFFICE. PRICES REflSOpBLE. umics. Lund the Druggist Cor. Washington and Third Sts., Phoenix, Ariz. XI NEW STORE, FRESH DRUGS. PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY. Commission Mercbant. J. W. CALVIN, ShippiDg & Commission Merchant. Wholesale dealer in California Fruits, Butter, Eggs, Hay and Grain Cash paid for farm produce, Young buildirg opposite Commercial hotel. Haloon. W. A. KING, Prop. Takes special pride in the quality of his Pepper's whisky and sets out the coolest and freshest glaR oi draught beer in the city at C rWif a iyPrivate rooms and special f V-'Clllo. entrance for ladies. The Palace, BUS. I BESCEFaD, Prop. Imported and Domestic WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, PHCENIX. ARIZONA. Barber (Slioi. The Fashion Barber Shop. FRANK SHIRLEY, Proprietor. LADIES' WORK DONE -AT THE 8HOP OR RE81DENCE NEATEST BATH ROOMS IN THE CITY OPPOSITE THE OPERA HOUSE. JOruss Store. AT BRISLEY'S "Mountain City" DRUG STORE, Special attention is given to country orders. Trv us! Send in by mail or otherwise PRESCOTT, ARIZ. Bave You Seen Them Yet ? SEEN WHAT? WW -NT ; i -n , vuuoc i'.ybju umiiiieia uennam nas at the Phoenix Oil Company omee 28 South Center St. Come in and look at them, we are always flan tnshnw th.m arA rn While looking at the blankets you might re member that you needed a can of oil or gas oline, SEE. For Tender Meat Skillfully Cot Go to F. BALSZ & CO. Front Street, Opposite City Hall Jeaad Retail at Lowest Prices. Five Points Sa Call for City Warrants. I will pay upon presentation the following numbered city warrants of the issue of 1893, interest censing this 28th day of August, 1894, Nos. 41 to 79, both inclusive. X. M. CHRISTY, City Treasurer. Pi li lllffESl l!.!a!il!:;;!S:ji!;;!i!rti!;!;i!!i!8!!(!li!i!fc li iffl!1!1' !!illB!!lllillil!ilil!! 'I'll! The Atlantic 6 Pacific R. R. The Great Middle Route Across the American Continent in Connec tion with the Railways of the "Santa Fe Route." LIBERAL MANAGEMENT, SUPERIOR FACILITIES, PICTURESQUE SCENERY, EXCELLENT ACCOMODATIONS. The Grand Canon ol the Colorado, the most sublime of Nature's work on the Earth, inde scribable, can easily be reached via .Flagstaff, Williams or Peach Springs on this road. To the Natural Bridge of Arizona and Monteznma'B well you can journey most directly by this line. Observe the Ancient Indian Civilization of La euna.orof Acoma, "The City of the Sky." Visit the Petrified Forest near Carrizo. See and marvel at the freak of Canon Diablo. Take a hunting trip in the magnificent pine forests of the San Francisco Mountains. Find iuterest in the ruins of the pre-hlstorio Cave and Cliff Dwellers. View the longest Cantilever bridge in America across the Colorado River. T. R. Gabkl, General Superintendent, Albu querque, New Mexico. W. A. Bissbll, General Passenger Agent, San Francisco, Cal and Al buquerque, New Mexico. H. S. Van Sltck, General Agent, Albuquerque, N. M SOLID Through Trains From KANSAS CITY AND ST. JOSEPB TO ST. LOUIS CHICAGO. OMAHA, PEORIA, ST. PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS. WITH Dining Cars, Vestibuled Drawing Room Sleep ing Cars, Reclining Chair Cars (Seats Free. ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS TO Atlantic Coast ! THE BEST LINE FOR New York, Boston, Daltiaore, iMdelphia, Niagara, Falls, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, AND EASTERN POINTS. For Full information, address H. C. ORR, Ass't. Gen'l. Passenger Agent, Kansas City, Mo. R-I.P-A-N.S TABULES REGULATE THE STOlfACH, LIVER AND BOWELS AND P DEIFY THE BLOOD, Rlpans Tahules are the best medicine ache, Constipation, Dyspepsia, Chronic Liver Troubles, Dizziness, Bad Complexion uyseuwiry, viieutiive cream, ana all 018- uiusio ui tiio oi'UJj-iQv;ii , Ajiver tiiiu BOW jB.ipu.us Attuuitss voiiuLiu uoininsinju tn thft mnfit. HnlipRtA (inncHtii;.. iiuiycuitttc luuci, inue og cents per or uv man. aamnie trea nv mail ah THE KIPANS CHEJfflCAt CO u opruce etrees, new x ork City. VfT iroTif Vaafan rt-, - rr Store, Phoenix, Arizona. I - POST NO BILLS ! : ; ffm i