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THE AKIZONa KEPLBLICAN: THURSDAY M ORN IK G, OCTOBER 11, 1894. Hardware. 33 I Cassidy Sulky, 1 Bonanza Gang and Oliver Chilled lows AT EZRA W. THAYER'S. - TBE QUilL SEASON Is now here. He sells that new smokeless Ammunition and rents a goocLGun fo 50 cts. a day. OPPOSITE CITY HALL. A Millionaire Brown Is Arrested. Montreal, Oct. 10. Lyman Brown, a New York millionaire, haa been ar rested here on a charge of conspiracy preferred by his daughter-in-law. Some weeks ago Brown's eon was arrested here for failing to provide for his wife, and it is alleged that he was spirited awav bv his father. Tories Favor Bimetallism. Dknvbr, Colo., Oct. 10. James M. Price, of Hull, Yorkshire, England, who is in Denver, says that if the Tories are successful in the coming English elections it will be the best thing that can happen to the silver in dustry in this country, as some of the most prominent Tories favor interna tional bimetallism. DRINKING TROUGH. Every Dairy Farm Should Have One of These Useful Fens. The drawing represents a handy pen for feeding calves. It consists simply of a plank trough raised to a conven ient drinking distance from the floor, with partitions in it The stalls art; made from each partition large enough to admit the calf without allowing it to turn around, and are made high enough to prevent stealing from or in- terfering in any way with its neigh bor. The advantage of this arrange' ment is the calves do not have to be taught to drink. Take thera from the cow, turn them into the stall, put in the milk and they will sopn learn to drink without aid. Again, it prevents their sucking each other after Uieir milk, for fhey can be left in their stalls until the taste is out of their mouths. One of my neighbors uaet this arrangement with excellent re sults. J. Newell Cotton, iu Farm and Home. NAPOLEON AS A NOVELIST. ' Discovery of a Work of Fiction Written by Bonaparte in His Youth. Napoleon, when about to enter on his adventurous career, committed to his uncle, Cardinal Fesch, a box of MSS. containing papers written from his sixteenth to his twenty-fourth year. After the cardinal's death these papers fell into various hands. In 1847 Lord Ashburnam bought them for the ex orbitant price of forty thousand dol lars. They now belong to the royal library of Florence, and will soon ap pear in book form under the auspices of Mr. Frederick Masson. The story was written at Auxoune, its author, a lieutenant of cavalry, being then in the garrison of that place, and nine teen years of age. As a youth Napoleon Bonaparte adored England, the prime author of his future downfall, and detested France, whose idol and supreme ruler he was yet to be. These prejudices came out prominently in the story, which is of the blood-and-thunder sort, and which, written by a hand less fa mous, would be dismissed as the very crude production of a youth whose im- agination reveled in scenes of carnage and horror. A grim old Sicilian warrior, who has fled from civilization and with his daughter inhabits a steep, barren rock in the Mediterranean known as the Island of Garzona, tells the story. He had led a revolt against the, hated French lasting eight years. At its close forty of his one hundred soldiers had been executed, his parents, wife and seven sons cruelly murdered before his eyes, and his daughter carried off as prisoner. In dying his father had made him swear eternal hatred and vengeance against the French. He was not allowed to remain unmo lested on his rocky island. One day seven Turks landed there with three prisoners, one of whom they killed. One of the two others, who were set at liberty, proved to be the long lost daughter. The third, a Frenchman, the old man drove from him, bidding him iiKi hide in a cave from the light of day and show his presence under penalty of death. For protection the daughter donned male attire. Frenchmen kept landing at the is land, and were pretty sure to be mur dered by the father and his daughter. One time, when two French vessels were wrecked off the rocks and the crews swam ashore, this lovely pair killed them all. At another time, when a French ship was near foundering, the old man, moved by the lamentable cries of the poor wretches, spared their lives to his lasting regret. Here he parenthetically remarks that he is a man, and that "before one grows hard and bad enough to be a king or minister he must have stifled all the feelings that belong to human nature." These French monsters proved un grateful and put on the airs of mas ters. When they returned to their ship our hero, who had previously plunged his stiletto into the hearts of two of them, arming himself with a brace of stilettos and four pistols, boarded the ship and slew every living soul on board. Then the father and daughter took possession of the ship's furniture and treasures and dragged the bodies of the victims to their home altar, where the fumes of their burning flesh rose in "a novel incense which seemed to please the Deity." TEA-HOUSES IN CHINA. They Take the Place of the Club-Room of the West. The restaurant or tea-house in China takes the place of the western club room, write Messrs. Allen and Sacht leben in the September Century, de scribing their bicycle tour in Asia. All the current news and gossip is here circulated and discussed over their eat ing and gambling. One of their games of chance, which we have frequently noticed, seems to consist m throwing their fingers at one another, and shout ing at the top of their voices. It is really a matching of numbers, for which the Chinamen make signs on their fingers, up to the numeral ten. The Chinese of all nations seem to live in order to eat, and from this race of epicures has developed a nation of excellent cooks. Our fare in China, outside the Gobi district, was far bet ter than in Turkey or Persia, and, for this reason, we are better able to en dure the increased hardships. A plate of sliced meat stewed with vegetables, and served with a piquant sauce, sliced radishes and onions with vinegar, two loaves of Chinese mo-mo, or steamed bread, and a pot of tea, would usually costs us about three and a quarter cents apiece.1 Everything in China is sliced so that it can be eaten with the chop sticks. These we at length learned to manipulate with sufficient dexterity to pick up a dove's egg the highest at tainment in the chop-stick art. The Chinese have rather a sour than a sweet tooth. Sugar is rarely used in anything, and never in tea. The steeped tea-flowers, which the higher classes use, are really more tasty with out it. -.. - , . Dr. Price's Cream Baking; Powder Most Perfect Made. No. 4729. Report of the Condition OF THE Phoenix National Bank At Phoenix, in the Territory of Arizona, at the close of business October 2nd, 1894. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts Overdrafts, secured and un secured United States Bonds to se cure circulation United States Bonds to te cure United States de posits Stocks, securities, etc Banking house, furniture and fixtures Due from National Banks (not reserve agents) $ 4,285.02 Due from State Banks and Bankers 4,318 92 Due from approved reserve agents 3,253 77 (123,021 69 782 84 25,000 00 50,000 00 12,666 67 6,000 00 $11.8.38 81 Checks and other cash items $ 1,419 83 Notes of other National Banks )85 00 Fractional paper currency. nickels and cents 267 90 Specie 37,530 00 Legal tender notes 2,000 00 Redemption fund wilh U. S. Treasurer (5 percent of circulation) 41,432 73 Total ?273,S86 74 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paidiu $100,000 00 Surplus fund 1,000 00 undivided pronts, less expenses and taxes paid 5,906 71 National Bank notes outstanding 22,500 00 Due to other National Banks 310 21 Individual deposits subject to check $114,823 26 Demand certificates of de posit 14,587 45 Cashier's checks outstand ing " 3,008 00 Deposits of United States disbursing officers 11,091 13 144,169 82 Total $273,880 74 Territory of Arizona, I County of Maricopa. ) ss' I, A. H. Harscher, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and Deiiei. &. a. harschbr, uasnier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th, aay oi uciooer, mi r ortek v . t leming, Notary Public Correct attest: B. Heyman, ) 6. B. Richmond, S Directors. T. V. Pemberton.) Eqestrian Carnival! Cowboy Tournament AND Wild West Show 4 Days Performance 4 Every Afternoon and Evening Oct 25,3-28 Lassooing and TyineDown Wild Steers Spanish Bull Fight. Cowbov Tournament. '' Broncho Biding. Ladies' Flat Race. Roman Chariot Race Saddle Horse Race. Donkey Race. Flag Race. Shooting Glass Balls From Running florae with Winchester Kine. Tailing Down Steers. Riding Wild Bulls. Bicycle Racing. Trick Bicycle Racing. Throwing the Bolaz (Threeballe on a string ia used instead of a lasso by the soutn American tiaucneroB.J Small Boy Contest for Horsemanship. Gentle horses used and graceful riding only. Battle of the Plumes! By Sixteen Mounted Knights. Will West Slitw! The Pima Indians' Attack on the Overland by 100 Indians. A Night Attack on the Settler's Cabin. A Living Panorama of Moving Objects ! Over 200 Mounted Men 200 In the arena at one time. Admission, 50c; Children, 25c. A DAILY EXCURSION Will leaving Tempe at 1 o'clock p. m., returning at 8 p. in. same day. Round trip tickets, 50 cents. Program under the direct manage ment of CHARLIE MEADOWS Tailoring. PERSONAL The blonde lady accompanied by a little girl who sat behind a gen tleman in church last Sunday, is informed that he will sit In the same place every Sunday hereafter until further notice, and will wear the suit she admired so much and' that it was made by NICHOLSON THE TAILOR. IiOllICl 1 II Happy and Content are the Borders at the IVY GREEN RESTAURANT. WHY? Because tbeir appetites are first cul tivated to a condition of natural Health fulness and then regularly nourished and satisfied by choice viands, fresh vegetables and all palatable and wholesome foods in season. MRS. A. WILLIAMSON, Adams Street, Between Center and First. Meat .Martlet. O.K. MARKET. CHOICE CUTS OF MEAT AT LOWEST PRICK. A. WEILER. PROPRIETOR. Corner Washington and Third Sts. Opp. Lemon Hotel. PHCENIX, AEIZ. BEER And all kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats d Sausage. in Family orders promptly delivered. Chas. 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