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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBEft 18, 1894.
3 New H ouses In every direction, and we are prepared to furnish them up in better style and at less cost than ever before. Our stock is more attract ive than usual, while our prices for same class and quality of goods are beyond all competition. lever So Large! Prices lever So Low! FEEDING SORN STALKS. The Best Way te Give Them to Stock Is by Means of a Rack. My way of utilizing corn stalks for feed is to begin cutting the corn as soon as the stalks and lower half of the blades begin to turn brown. If cut too green the corn will be light in grain although the stalks will make better fodder. What will be gained in superior forage will be lost in the grain. Make shocks 16 hills square or if the corn has been drilled, cut 16 rows one way and 16 steps the other. With a strong rope, to one end of which is attached an iron ring, draw the top of the shock together and se curely tie with binding twine. If this work is properly done they will stand the winter. We pay for cutting 10 cents a shock, the price depending somewhat upon the heaviness of the corn. In about a month after cutting, or at most six weeks, the corn will be ready for hiiskjng. Jf the farmer has plenty BACK FOB FEEDING CORK FODDER. of room, bind the fodder in bundles as husked and haul to the barn, but if shed room is limited stand the fodder back in place and let it there remain until needed for use. Many farmers do not like to feed fodder becaube the stalks are a great nuisance in the stable. The best way to give to stock is by means of a rack made of fence rails as shown in the illustration. This rack is made as fol lows: Take large wooden forks 4 feet long and set them in a row 10 feet apart and one foot im the ground. In these lay a long pole. On each side dig a trenah 8 inches deep parallel to these forks and 2 feet distant. Set the rails in these trenches and lean across the pole alternating from the different sides. If they are large enough there will be ample space for the stock to pull the fodder through. The length of the rack can of course be regulated to suit the needs of the builder. By placing this rack between two lots it will serve as a fence and mules can be on one side and calves on the other. The rack will last for sev eral years if made of good material and by plaeing it northeast and south west it will answer as a wind-break. Haul the fodder in as needed and keep the rack full. By feeding a little grain and hay night ana morning tne stock will be kept fat all winter. They will leave good hay and eat the fodder in preference. I find from experience that 10 head of horses and two cows confined in a lot will consume on an average two shocks per day of heavy corn fodder. As the expense is only for the cutting, the animals are thus kept for 20 cents a day or less than 2 cents a day per head. Let my brother farmers try this as an experiment the coming winter and they will find that when spring comes their stock will not only be fat, but they will have some corn and hay for sale. They will also be surprised to see how much better the ground works because it was not tramped all winter. I think winter pasturing corn ground is one of the most expensive practices a farmer can follow. E: S. Maxam, in Orange Judd Farmer. PIG-PEN POINThRS. Arrange to commence feeding the fattening hogs early. The best bred animal with poor care will soon degenerate into the meanest scrub. ' One objection to corn as an exclusive ration to hogs is that it is a hard grain to digest. The best preventive against swine disease is generally cleanliness and plenty of wholesome food. When a good brood sow gets her full growth her litters will be larger, healthier and more uniform. An abundance of muscle-forming food is required to build up a hog's system and keep him healthy. With the many and of the poorest plans of management is that of ex changing' males between neighbors,' Going Up B. HEYmAN WHOLESALE it Is only in fact a system of inbreed ing that is certain to tell sooner or later. In securing choice pigs the selection of the male is of the utmost import ance, and it is only by using one that is a thoroughbred and possesses good individual merit that the best results are possible. The greatest quantity of meat in the shortsst time cannot be secured without good breeding and suitable feeding while we cannot secure good quality without a continuation of good management. The History of the Cent. The first American cent was "struck off" and put in circulaton just one hun dred and one years ago, in 1793. Pre vious to that date several "pattern pieces" had been made, but they were experiments only, and were never put in circulation. The so-called "Wash ington cents," which existed previous to the date above given, were not issued by the government, and were, there fore, only medals. The cent of 1793 was very similar to the large copper cents of later date, with the exception that the face of "Liberty" was turned to the right, and the legend, "One Cent," was inclosed in a chain of thir teen links. Restaurant, Mrs. T. C. Thomas has opened the neatest and cleaneBt little restaurant in Phoenix, on Jefferson street between Center and first. The patrons say the fare is better than they have had for a lone time. Meals 25 cents; Weeekly board $5.00 Druif Htore. AT BRISLEY'S "Mountain City" DRUG STORE. Special attention is given to country orders. Try us! Send in by mail or otherwise PRKSCOTT, ARIZ. Timber Culture Final Proof Notice for Publication. United States Land Office, ( Tucson, Ariz., Sept. 27, 1894. Notice is hereby given that Perrin L. Kay of Phcenix. Ariz., has filed notice of intention to make final proof before the Clerk of the District Court at his office in Phcenix, Ariz., on Friday, the 16th day November, 1894, on timber culture application No. 9S2, for the northeast quarter of section No. 19, in Township No. 2 north, Range No. 2 east. He names as witnesses Henry H. Wilkev. Daniel F. Wilkey, Alfred M. Jones and Samuel s. (ireen, all ol Phoenix, Ariz. EUGENE J. TRIPPEL, Register. First publication Sept. 30, 1894. Ordinance No. 177. An ordinance entitled an ordinance for the purpose of improving Washington street on hoth sides thereof between Second avenue and Third avenue and Fifth avenue and Sixth avenue in the citv of Phoenix. Whereas: Petitions have oeen filed with the city recorder and the city council of the city of Phoenix, signed by a majority of the owners of the lineal f iontage on both sides of Washington street in the city of Phoenix, between Second and Tnird avenues ana inn ana sixtn avenues asking that said both sides of Washington street between said beconaand imra avenues ana Fifth and Sixth avenues, be improved by the laying of a cement sidewalk, not less than six feet m width where not alresny so done along the said frontage. Now. therefore, the common council lof Phoe nix do ordain as follows: Section I That there be and hereby is or dered to be constructed by special taxation of contiguous property on both sides of Washing ton street between 8econd and Third avenues in the eitv of Phoenix, Maricopa County. Ter ritory of Arizona, an artificial stone or cement sidev-alk not less than (tl) six feet in width where not already done along the irontage above aefenoea. Section II That there be and hereby is or dered lo be constructed bj special taxation of contiguous property on Dotn sines 01 Washing ton street between Fifth and Sixth avenues in the city of Phoenix, Maricopa County, Terri tory of Arizona, an artificial stone or cement sidewalk, not less than (6) eix feet in width where not already done along the .frontage above escribed. Section III Said artificial stone or cement sidewalk Rhall be constructed in accordance with the plans ana specifications for such here tofore on the tfth day of August, ls'M, by the common council of Phoenix approved and adopted. Said walk1 to be laid so that the out side edge shall be (10) ten feet from the property line. Suction IV This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication according to law. Passed rv the common council this tith day of October. A. D , lso l. Approved this Gth dn.v nf October, A. D., 1 so l. A tips': JAMES D. MONIHON. Kr. Sciiwautj, Mayor. T'irst publication Oct. 7, L-!1. RESTAURANT FURNITURE GO. AND RETAIL. RELIABLE .. CHEAP .-. EFFECTIVE YOUR WANTS CAN BE SUPPLIED ' THROUGH THE REPUBLICAN BATES For Classified Advertisements APPEAR UNDER EACH HEADING. Situations Wanted Female. Advertising under this heading, 3 lines, 6 times, 15 cents. WANTED Situation as stenographer and book-keeper by young lady of experience. Address Box 504, Phcenix, Ariz. WANTED Situation at general housework. Call E. Madison street, opposite electric car stable. Mrs. E. M. Lewis. Help Wanted Male. Advertising under this heading. 3 lines, ft times, 15 cents. WANTED A boy about 15 yearB living at home to learn confectioners' trade. Apply L. H. Demeis, near postoffice To Rent Rooms. Advertising under this heading c. per word per insertion, subject to discount for time and space. F OB RENT -A large well furnished front room. sis w. Monroe St. TO LET Two rooms and a kitchen of brick house north of residence of Capt. George near Black Canyon road. Apply on premises, W. A. King. FOE EE NT A nice suite of rooms suitable for offices, near postoffice. AddIv Baker & Abrams, 26 West Washington St. To Rent Houses. Advertising nnder this heading Wc. per word per insertion subject to discounts for time and space. T O BENT 5-rocrn house. Address box 8ol, fOB EENT A fine five-room house nearly new. Address G. C. this offlse. Advertising under this heading i4o. per word per insertion, subject to discounts for time and space. FOR SALE A new upright piano at a bar gain. Ad lress corner 8th street and Van Buren. For Sale Miscellaneous. Advertisements under this heading c. per wora per insertion, suDject to discount tor time and space. TT'OR SALE, CHE AP Two huge cook ranges Jj one almost new. suitable for hotel or rertaurant use. Apply Sam Purdy, Pacific trrotto. FOE SALE A good paving, well established millinery business. Apply Mrs. E. Lisen- Dee, 241 n. w asnsngton St. GENUINE Spanish drawn work, consisting of doilies, lunch, tray cloths, handkerchiefs and everything made in linen. The work is aone unaer a microscope and is exquisite. Mrs. A. M. Lee, Phcenix. Drum. Lund the Druggist Cor. Washington and Third Sts., Phoenix, Ariz. NEW STORE, FRESH DRUGS. PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY. E. E. BUR LIN GAME'S ASSAY OFFICE 5 SSX Established in Colorado, 1866. Samples by mail or express will receive prompt and eare- lui attention. Gold and Silver Bullion XtXet' Address. H36 and 1738 Lawrence St.. JenTer, Colo. the; PHffiNIX BAKERY EDWARD E1SELE, Prop. This popular establishment has ben refitted and renovated thronehnut. very thing in the way of baking STRICTLY FIRST CLASS All orders attended to with promptness and to tne utmost sari'uictiou "i "nr ptu vons. Free delivery to any part of the city. PHCENIX BAKERYFB'k: pillar wants. PKOFESSIONAL Xliysicians. JL. WALKER, M. D. Physician and Sur . geon. Office, 13 W. Washington street, Thiboso building. Residence Telephone No. 69. DOCTOR H1BBARD, -Late of Denver, Colo rado, Graduate of Harraid Medical Col lege. Formerly mercberof Colorado and Rhode Island State Medical societies. Specialty, dis eases of the throat and lungs. Offices ground floor, Monihon block. DR. KIRKWOOD Physician and Surgeon. GrouDd floor, Washington St., next door to Keystone pharmacy. Diseases of nose, throat and lungs a specialty. DR. D. M. PURM AN -Office Cor Adams and Center Sts., with Doctors Ward and Mar tin. Office hours 9 to 10 a. m., and 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. Night calls left at DeWitt's hack stand will receive prompt attention. DRS. HUGHES t DAMERON. OFFICE HOCBS: Dr. Hughes, 12 to 2 p. m. Dr. Dameron, 9 to 12 a. m. Office Telephone, No. 17. Tt,. nuchas' RAHidence. No. 8. Calltattended at any hour from office opposite DE. CHA8. H. JONES, TEMPE, A. T. OF flee at Heineman & Gill building. Office hours 8 to 9 a. m.. 3 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. TR. WM G. CRASSER Specialties: Throat, room 4 Gilson block, Phcenix. Office hours, 9:30 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 p. m.,7to9 p. m. T(?TirlHrH- D" r. H. JES8UP, DENTIST ALL WORE guaranteed nd prices reasonable. Roomi 14 and 16 Porter Bnlldine. Veterinary T C. NOETON, D. V. M., VlCT-KHia abi Ground floor, Monihon block, Washington St., Phcenix. Office hours. 10 to 12 a. m., l to i p. m. Territorial Veterinary Surgeon. FO. RICHMOMD, M. D. C, Phoenix, Ari . zona, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist, Diseases of all Domestic Animals Scientifically Treatted. Residence 537 West Van Buren street Office 37 West Washington street. No Charge for Consultation. Attorneys-at-Liaw. C""irFAYiEEAltorney and Counsellor . at Law. Eoom 7 Fleming block, Phcenix, Arizona. M H. WILLIAMS Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 28 w all street, rnrems., a-n. H. LYMAN Attorney at law. Office rooms 1 and 2, Fleming block. POETEE W. FLEMING, Attorney at Law. Booms 20 and 21, Fleming Block, Phcenix Arizona. H. N. Alexander. W, H. Stilwell. ALEXANDEE & STILWELL ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Hartford Bank build- mg, Phcenix. Ariz. DAMEON & CEENSHAW, Attorneys at Law. Booms 13 and 15, Porter block, comer Cen ter and Washington streets, Phcenix, Ariz. t .it ..n....D,T.. T T n.MROK. j, , . tvr... on a . w. .i. . w EBSTER STREET, Attorney at Law, room 8 leming clock, mumiuu i t ii... ..tc W i nr TJ TTTTT T rJfJS Tl ILOvlO J. a. a, mm u. TTUUNGfl & HULINGS, Attorneys-atLaw. H TAvma Q arA 11 Pnrtor Villi Mi Tiff. jllTCH & CAMPBELL, ATTOENEYS AT 1 Law. Over National Bank oi Arizona r 1. 3 aud 5. Thibodo building, Phoenix, B. J. Feanklin. Alfred Fbankjjm, T71FEANKLIN & FEANKLIN Attorneys and 1? Counselors at Law. Booms u ana iz, mom honblock, Phoenix, Arizona. Joseph H. Kibbey, G. C. Isbakl, , K1BBET St lBBAi.li, Lawvers. Rooms 2, 4 and 6, National Bank of Arizona DIOCK. Phoenix. Arizona. Fbancis J. Heney. Eochesteb Fobd. HENEY & FORD, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSESLLORS AT LAW. Office Boutnwest corner tnuren aim jreuuiug ton streets, Tucson, Arizona. BAKNES & MARTIN , ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Tucson, Arizona. JKEEY HILLAY, WALTER BENNETT MILLAY & BENNETT, ATTORNEYS-ATLAW . Rooms 16 and 17 FleminE block. WL. VAN HORN, . Attorney and Counselor at law. WR. NORTON, ARCHITECT, Porter biock. . Phcenix, Ariz Careiul and experienced supervision given to the construction oi brick and stone buildings. FRED HEINLEIN Architect and Superin tendent. Room 11, Fleming Block. Fif teen years ex perience. A rchitect and superin tendent of the Fleming Block. JM. CREIGHTON Architect and superin . tendent. Office, West Washington St. Phcenix. Ariz. IMuiio rFt-iivIier MRS. I one Allen, teacher of piano, studio atLamson's Business College and Aca demy, North Center street. JVletallixrarlst. LW Morgan Metallurgist the Harcuvar . Copper Co. Office. Room 10, Fleming Block. Pensions. I HAVE opened an office In room 1, 18 West Washington St., with Riddle & Gray, real estate dealers, where I will attend to pensions business. If you haie a claim pending and need helD come and see me. G. D. GRAY. ' Mining .Engineer. HENRY 8. DUNN Civil and mining en gineer. U.S. deputy mineral surveyor,, Rooms 12 and 14 National Bank of Arizona bnilding, Phcenix ELLIS CLARK, Postoffice box 241 Mines examined and reported on. Developed copper property wanted ASHavcr. A J. PORTERIE, ASSAYER, WASHINGTON . street, east of P. O. Phoenix, Ariz PRICE FOR ASSAYS: Gold.Silver, Cop'r, $1.00 I Copper ?1.0O Gold.Silver, Lead, 1.(0 Lead 1.00 Gold and Silver 60 ! Tin 5.00 Bicycles. HS GR13WOLD Manufacturers' agent . and general commission merchant dealer in bicycles and cycling sundries. All kinds of difficult bicycle repairing skilfullv done. 32 South Center St. Machine Shop. ID. COPEr.AND First avenue, opposite court, house Milliner, agricultural and all otbpr Viniit1 of maf'Vnery built or repaired. Models fluii pivif-rrs iiT-dft. Folfl rinsr, brazinff erriuili"? or uny otbr r in tne mechanical line. Engines remodeled. Butchers, For Goto F. BALSZ & CO. Front Street, Opposite City Hall il at Lowest Prices. HUKLEY, THE LIVE BUTCHER. CHOICE STEAKS AND ROASTS. BEST KEPT MARKET IN PHCENIX. 1XPBRISNCED GCTTEK9. FREE DELIV ERY IN THE CITY. W. L. Douclas 1 CUOET IS THE BEST. UEAKING. FRTNCHA PMAMPi I pnPAl C 4.$5.s FlNECAlf &KAN6AH11 3.3PP0lICE,3 Soles. EXTRA FINE. t" 2.J.7J BuYiSCHOOL$H0Ei LADIES. SEND FOR CATALOGUE WL.DOUGLAS, BROCKTON, MASS. You can save money by purchasing W. Im Douglas shoeiif Because, we are the largest manufacturers of advertised shoes in the world, and guarantee the value by stamping the name and price on the bottom, which protects you against high prices and the middleman's profits. Our shoe equal custom work in style, easy fitting and wearing qualities. We have them sold every where at lower prices for the value given than any other make. Take no substitute. If your dealer cannot supply you, we can f " - These celebrated shoes are for sale by GODWIN & CO. Exclusively. FLEMING BLOCK. -THE- Valley Bank, PHCENIX, ARIZONA. Capital - - - - $100,000 Surplus - - - - . . . 25,000 WM. CHRISTY, President. M. H. SHERMAN, Vice-President. M. W. MESSENGER, CaBhier. RECEIVE DEPOSITS, MAKE COLLECTIONS, BUY AND SELL EXCHANGE. Discount Commercial Paper and do a General Banking Business. Office Hours 9 a. m to 3 p. m, CORRESPONDENTS. Am. Exchange Natl. Bank New York The Anglo California Bank, San Francisco, Cal National Bank of Illinois Chicago, 111 First National Bank Los Angelet PrescottNational Bank Prescott. Arizona. THE MARICOPA LOAN & TRUST CO. INCORPORATED FEBRUARY 1, 1888. Paid up Capital, Surplus, - - - $100,000 - - 20,000 Money Loaned on Long or Short Time on Real Estate or Pergonal Security. Interest Paid on Deposits CHARLES 8. FORBES. Pres. T. W. HINE, Gen. Man. and Cashier. A. L. CRAMB, Asst. Cashier. Executive Committee of Board of Director!: T. W. Hine, L. E. Hewins, H. E. Kemp, St. T. Little, A. L. Cramb. THE NATIONAL BANK OF ARIZONA, PHCENIX. ARIZONA. Capital Paid Up Surplus - - $100,000 - $80,000 DIRECTORS: M. W. Kales, Sol. Lewis, J. Y. T. Kwttrt. CIttar. ftftT.nWAW - - 1 . , Geo. W. Hoadley. CORRESPONDENTS: The Bank of California,. . Ban Francisco. Agency of Bank of California, New York. National Bank of Commerce, St. Louis. First National Bank Chicago. Farmers & Merchants Bank, Los Angeles. Consolidated National Bank, Tucson. Bank of Arizona Prescott, Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Sons,.... "...London M. W. Kales, Sol. Lewis, President. Vice-President. Gko. W. Hoadi.eTi Cashier. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Tender Meat Silly Cut M. E.