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T1IE AK1Z0NA REPUBLICAN: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1894.
IIardware Cassidy Sulky, Bonanza Gang and Oliver Chilled nows AT EZRA W. THAYER'S. - THEPLSE1S1 Is now here. He sells that new smokeless Ammunition and rents a good Gun fo 50 cts. a day. OPPOSITE CITY HALL. . fJ Wn h , yaps PERSONAL. Dr. C. Eechman, wife, baby and nurse returned yeBterday morning from a visit to San Francisco. Superintendent Allen of the Aeua Fria reservoir construction came down fiom Frog Tanks yesterday. Rev. Dr. Ray, of Chicago, will preach at the Presbyterian church next Sun day both in the morning and in the evening. Hon. Thomas Davis who has been in the city several days left yesterday for Goldfield whence he will return to Florence. . Henry F. Weatheimer, a representa tive of the wholesale liquor house of F. Westbeimer & Sons, St. Joseph, Mo., is in town. Fred. A. Pollock, a former resident of Phoenix but now living at Riverside, Cal., returned on a visit to the city yeB terday morning. . r. i There were registered at the Lemon hotel yesterday : B. F. Shnibry, Los Angeles; F. McRandle, Tucson; Mrs. Kimball and C. L. Hall, Meea. S. J. Roach, a cousin of Horace Philley, the young man murdered by the Kid at Mt. Reno a couple of months aeo returned vesterday from fcrranbury. TexaB, where Fhilley's sister and bro ther reside. Commercial hotel guests were:Tho L. Eggera, El Paso: Henry F. West- heimer, St. Joseph, Mo.; L. V. Hughes, Tucson: Wm. Fitch and E. M. Gamble, Omaha; Fred A. Pollock, Riverside, Cal. ; J. W. Allen, Frog Tanks. NEW MILITARY OFFICERS Sergeants Cogglns and Zelgenfuss Elevated to Lieutenancies. A called mating of company B, un der orders from regimental headquarters was held last night to fill .vacancies in the company caused by the resignations of First Lientenant Heflin. and Second Lieutenant Pierce. The meeting was preceded by the usual drill and exer cise, atter wnicn tne election occurred Quartermaster Sergeant L. W. Coggins was promoted by acclamation to the first lieutenancy. For the office of sec ond lieutenant there were two candi dates. Sergeants J. H. Zeigeniuss and George Kirkland. Sergeant Zeigeniuss was elected. The newly promoted offi cers made brief addresses, and a vote of thanss to the retiring ohicers for their work in the guard was coupled with an expression of regret at their resignation. Thanka were also voted Captain Wickham for hie masterlv management of the guard and the service he had per formed in perfecting interest and disci pline. The captain addressed the guard on its duty to itself and to the organization. The vacancies in the sergeants offices will likely be filled by ranking cor porals, F. V. Hill and J. G. Marshall. A company board will be appointed to make examinations for promotions from the ranks to the vacant offices of corporal's. The meeting decided to secure an armory. As there is not sufficent funds appropriated to meet the usual incidental expenses of the company, the members will defray the expenses of the armory by subscription. The company under the inspirit ing influence of Captain Wickham has been brought to a high state of efficiency. He is also engaged in training the Pioneer band and converting it into a military band. The first meeting was held on Wednesday night with ihe re sult that greater enthusiasm was aroused. Ambassador Bayard Returns. New York, Oct. 18. When inter viewed at Quarantine this morning, Thomas F. Bayard, the United States ambassador to the court of St. James, eaid that he had returned to this country only for a short visit, and his coming had no political significance whatever. Mr. Bayard was accom panied by Miss Florence Bayard, and his married daughter, Mrs. S. D. War ren and family. VILLAGE LIFE IN MEXICO. A Humdrum Existence with But Tew At tractions. A glance about the streets reveals a great monotony of color and outline, writes T. J. Hughes, in the Chautau quan. Unbroken lines of one story houses form narrow, dirty, gutterlike streets. The yards and gardens which make, with their semitropieal trees and plants, delightful interior courts, whose abundant foliage hides the houses of the village at a distant view, are now themselves concealed, and everything looks barren and desolate. The only relief is the plaza with the cool and delightful shade of thickly planted orange, banana and palm trees. The ancient appearance of houses and streets is more like what one would expect to find in Jerusalem than in a nineteenth century republic. Oriental features are everywhere com mon women carrying immense water jars, passing to and fro; sleepy-eyed, lazy donkeys loaded with cane until nothing but their ears are in sight, prodded along by the sharp-pointed sticks of merciless masters; dirty, ragged and often naked children wal lowing in the dust; and great-wheeled, ancient-looking ox-carts, with immense loads,, women, burros, children, carts, straggling along in the middle of the street. The muddy waters of the Rio Grande separates us from a people more different from ourselves than many across the waters. Life among the young folks is of but few attractions to one who has experi enced its enjoyments in the United States. All innocent amusements prac ticed by us are unknown. There are no parties, no reading circles, no pub lic gatherings of young people. No means are employed to bring the sexes together to enjoy each other's soeiety, the young man not even being per mitted to visit his sweetheart at her home. MEMENTOES OF A PAST RACE. Padtjcah, the Indian chief, gave his name to the Kentucky town. Mauch Chunk, Pa., is an Indian name, meaning bear mountain. Potjghkeepsie, N. Y., has an Indian name meaning a pleasant harbor. Asr Indian word meaning young grandmother gave a name to Kokomo, Ind. ' Cohasset, Mass., was so called from an Indian term signifying place of pines. Milwaukee was the Indian name of a Wisconsin river. It means rich coun try. Pembina, the Dakota city, is' said to have an Indian name meaning red berry. Chicopee, Mass., was called from an Indian word signifying the birch bark place. Cochituate, Mass., was named from an Indian word meaning the place of the falls. Keokuk, an Indian chief, furnished the name of an Iowa town. The word means sly fox. The Kaws or Kansas Indians gave a name to Kansas City, Mo. It was adopted in 1839. RELIGION AND REFORM. The rate of growth of the Christians in India is more than double that of the population. Ground will be broken this fall for the erection of the Ameriean Methodist university at Washington. It is 'stated that Out of the forty thousand men employed by the rail roads of this country only about one thousand attend church regularly. The evangelistic work conducted by Rev. John McNeill in Africa has been eminently successful. He addressed the natives through interpreters. An anti-cigarette crusade has been begun in Jersey City, where about fourteen hundred pupils of the sehools are now wearing the badge of the Anti- Cigarette league. The Church Missionary society has opened a medical mission station at Bunnu, on the borders of Afghanistan a country which has been as firmly closed to missions as libet. The Christian Herald has headed a subscription for the relief of the Cor eans, with one thousand barrels of flour The Coreafl minister at Washington has expressed his gratitude to the paper. the'women. Lady Brooke has about 20 small Japanese spanielsworth $300 each. Mrs. George W. Childs, widow of the Philadelphia editor, has arranged for the building of a palatial mansion in Washington. Mrs. S. E. Taylor, a Georgia preach er, is said to surpass Sam Jones in the plainness and persuasiveness of her pulpit eloquence. The widow of Senator Hearst, of California, is said to be the most heavi ly insured woman in this country. She has policies amounting to 8300,000 on her life. Medical. BR 1. Hilton (Late of Los Angeles, Cal.) Can be consulted at his rooms at the Commer cial hotel, Phoenix, Ariz., lor Catarrh, Throat Diseases, Bronchitis, . Asthma and Consumption. Also Diseases of the Liver, Stomach, Blood and All Ailments Peculiar to Women. Tallorliitr. BORROWED MIRTH. Fortune Teller "Your husband will be rich, handsome and clever." Brown (to fiancee) "By Jove! wonder ful! How did she guess it?" From Sketch. Debutaste "Don't you ever gossip or talk scandal?" Woman Ilater "No, I never discuss women." X. Y . Journal. Mrs. Hale (just married) "Maria, we will have eels as a second course for dinner." Maria "How much ought I to get, ma'am?" "I think twelve yards will be sufficient." Vogue. Amateur Poet "It was at the time when my fiance jilted me that I dis covered my poetic vein and ' Good Friend "Yes, yes; a misfortune never comes alone." Fliegende Blatter. Consultation Free, CONSUMPTION. This giant disease, the prevalence of which is most alarming and most dreaded by the community at large, is becoming so thoroughly understood oj scientific men in tne profession that we can now safely say CONSUMPTION CAN BE CUBED. It is said that one nerson in every seven die with some form of lung disease. It is scarcely necessary to give the symptoms of consumption. The first, ho wever, are a sense of weariness npon a little exertion, a disposi tion to remain passive and idle oftentimes from no apparent cause, a peculiar sensitive ness to cold, breathlessness, as upon moving, or ascending a hill or stairs, a hading cough, flying pains through the chest or back, or under the shoulder blades, slight fever in the afternoon, coid feet and hands, or in many cases a blue lividity of the lips and roots of the nails. The more advanced symptoms are loss of flesh and strength, hectic fever, night sweats and diarrhoea, cough and free expectoration of yenow pus. it is men that tne patient begins to realize that he is in the firm grasp oi this terrible disease. CATARRHAL CONSUMPTION. Consumption is of two general kinds, viz: Local and constitutional By local, or catarrh al consumption we mean that which arises from catarrh, and like its forerunner, catarrh may produce consumption of the larynx, bronchial tubes, stomach, bowels, kidneys, etc., etc. This is the most common of all kinds of consumption. It is an acknowledged fact that catarrh is a foreiunner of consump tion, a portion of the mucus dropping from the head into the throat, passes beyond the epi glottis into the windpipe, from wtence it is easily drawn into the bronchi and air cells of the lungs, where it usually hardens and nrn- duces solidification of the lungs, which in time soitens, causing uicers or cavities, wnicn in size correspond to the solidified parts. Then the loss of flesh "and strength becomes ramd. the chest contracts, the features sharpen, the eye attains an unusually brilliancy, and the patient begins to realize tbat he is in the last stage of confirmed consumption. CONSULTATION FREE. M. Hilton Williams, ffl. D.,M. CP. S.O. Room I, Commercial Hotel, Phcenix, Ariz. Call For City Warrants. I will pay upon presentation the following numbered city warrants of the issue of 1893. interest ceasing this 16th day of October. 1S94; Kos. SO to 101, both inclusive. I. M. CHRI8TY, . City Treasurer. Ada "Flo was just going down for the third time when Dr. Watson dived off a yacht and caught her." Grace "And saved her life! Wasn't that won derful?" . Ada-rr,"Yes, for a doctor." Life. : ' ' : Mistress "Did you tell the lady I was out?" Ward "Yes, ma'am." Mis tress "Did she seem to have any doubts about it?" Ward "No, ma'am. She said she knew you wasn't." Har lem Life. "But what is this new story like?" "Like? Xever was anything like it. That's the reason it's so delightfully absurd, don't you know- There isn't a natural character or a probable situa tion in it. Oh, you must read it." Boston Transcript. There Is Money in Hoes. Hogs are the farmers' best friends when the farmer wishes to increase the fertility, productiveness and profit of the farm. If the pasture is somewhat short have ready clover, oats and peas, corn, vetches, surplus vegetables or weeds from the garden and other ma terial often as plentiful as cheap. After dividing the pasture in two or three field, alternate the drove of hogs in one and then another and make up to the stock what they cannot get from the short feed. Thus a portion of the field will be resting and improving all the time. Hurdles may be employed with satisfaction. The practice is ap plicable in sheep husbandry also, and one who has given it a thorough trial will rarely go back to old methods. Highest Honors World's Fair. 'OH; , MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. 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 Bame 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, Send us 75 cents in stamps and we will mail you The Weekly Republican for eix months. No better way to learn all about the Great Salt Eiver valley and its onparaleled climate and resources. Subscribe for The Republican. De livered in any part of the city for only 25 cents a week. Investments. PLANK INVEST- MENT. I make a specialty of sound Investment real estate in Phoemx and vicinity. In every case the return is good and the safe ty of the principal will be absolute. If yon have from SlOO to SI 0.000 to Invest gee me or ynu may miss a good opportu nity, fLASE, 33 So. Center St. Hotels. SixthAvenueHotel. 40 Elegantly Furnished ROOMS I First-Class Table In Connection. 40 WALSH SISTERS, No Invalids Admitted. Proprietors, COB. ADAMS AND SIXTH AVE. OYHTEH8. f X OYSTERS, CHOPS, STEAKS X X SERVED SHORT-ORDER. : Fish, oysters, ice cream, and all goods delivered free of charge. J. A. PHILLIPS, Confectioner. GBOCEBIES. CHAPMAN BROS., WHOLESALE Special prices made to miners, prospectors, ranchers and cattlemen, buying in large quantities. JQ0DS PROMPTLY DELIVERED. attd n on nDTfmo mv wuv Tnureom tt nnninv vuu unuu iiuuuu niui iuu livuuui in xuvmuAi HEAL ESTATE, GEO. B. PERIIHS. Corner WashiDffton and Wall Sts. P. 0. Box Phoenix, Ariz. I. want a list of your property. It makes no difference where it is, so that it is in the Salt River Valley. ,1 can sell all grades, whether cheap lots, choice residence lots, business lots or acreage. It costs you nothing if I do not sell. Carriage at door. No trouble to show property. I now have buyers for both city and country property IMPROVED and UNIMPROVED and can guarantee satisfaction to both prop erty owners and investors. Money Loaned on first-class security at reasonable rates. Borrowers and lenders are invited to give me a call. GEO. B. PERKINS, Flioenix, - riz.