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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN : TUESDAY, MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1894.
CHIEF GUROKiMO. The Bloodthirsty Apache Soon to Be Lo ' cated as a Farmer. Uncle Sam has determined to give the worst Indian that ever stood in moccasins a chance to mend his ways, be a good redskin and own a farm. Geronimo, the chief of the Chixicahua Apaches, the most treacherous, bru tal and warlike of the southwest ern tribes, who has been confined in military prisons in Florida and Alabama for nearly .eight years, has behaved himself so well and has set such a good example to his little band of followers who have shared his captivity that the officials of the war GEBONIMO. department have concluded that it will 1 i . ! 1 1 . i ue aie iu give mem au tanas near some millitary reservations and let them go to raising crops. It is not proposed to take the Apache chief back to the scene of his early triumphs and turn him loose to cultivate the soil or the art of water, as suits his fancy. He and his followers will be scattered, and scattered widely, too, in an unfamiliar country, where the only things to fight will be the seven-year-old locust and the potato-bug and where the govern ment ration of the idle Indian will be so small as not to be worth a trip to the agency. Some of them will go to Fort Sill, Indian territory, and others to Fort Reno, Oklahoma, while a few of the children will be sent to the In dian school at Carlisle. Just what will be done with Geronim has not been decided. At the last session of congress $15, 000 was set aside to defray the cost of fifty houses, barbed fire for fencing, agricultural implements, wagons, seeds, etc., to used in setting up Geronimo and his band as fanners, and the war department is now loking about for desirable locations. Geronimo possessed all the character istic attributes of the Apache the shrewdness, the bloodthirstiness, the treachery and the dash and daring of the tribe on the warpath. For years he kept some of the best Indian fighters of the United States army hunting him across the arid plains and in the moun tain fastnesses of Arizona until he was finally captured and exiled to Fort Marion, St. Augustine, Fla., whence he was subsequently removed to Mount Vernon barracks, Alabama. Ordinance No. 178. An ordinance t. provi e f r tn management control mid goverumeu. of the streets, alleys and sidewa k 01 he c ty of Phoenix and i prevent ohatrnctiow theieon and to re-jH-vv .ntru turns therefr- in The c .mmon council of s hoeuix do ordain as follow: BtfcTinN 1 It hall be unlawful for any per son, nrm or corporation to eret or maintain on tnei ewalk f any street in the city of Phoe nix m y owning, post or fcrjunu. support for uj awinug, poich or baljoy at at y place on sutihfei'lew Ik except at the incr line of the e too; uch j-idew ik nd .-a a md-it thereon , thai will rla-e tbe oilier sioe of such post or sup- Tt fl ih with the inner lini of such curb acid an.-- vi..l tion of this section shall be deemed a mlsd. -me .nor and punished tcord iugly. tiBc. 2 All p sisurgro nd sutporth for any a win g, p-.ich or bulc uy iiw .iting or maintained b any person, firm or corporation in tne cny of Ptnenix ot or al-ju Washington street of sa d city r.atare laced at aav point qa said A lealks other than U designated by the foreni'ip mmhiou. or at a i.oiut within miiti iticu a .ri i.io i. Hie. iii-y oi Hie curb are now 1' c arei t be objtiueiu u. 10 the st eets of "tid m and nuisances, and any person, firm, tMirporat. on. owner, leasee ur Oi-cupm ot an- ;nildiK within U.e said city inirontof wnich s id posts or uporl exi--i, who shall fail, nepleci or refu-e to remove such posts or auppor s and cotiiorm tne same to me require -me ts of seeti n 1 o- thic ordinance for a period erf ninety days after node, from the city mar shal so to do shad be deemed guilty of a mis demeanor a id punished accordingly. 8kc. 3 All awniirg, b t cohy or porch posts or groun i supports, and all telegraph, telephone, electric ligni, e.ectnc power posts or elec tric street rati way posts and as wall any groum supports hereiur located 1a any of tbe mreetg of the city of Phoenix under authority of the common cou c-1, sh ill be mad of iron or woodandif of wood, sha 1 have all surfaces ol the same plane 1 and shall be by the persou, finn or cor pora Jon erecting he sa;ne, o .iuted with at least tw coats of paint, which said paint shall be renewed at least once each ear tnereafter; and any person, firm or corporation luiling, re fusing or neglecting to compiy with the pro visions of t us nection shall be d emed guilty of am'sdjmanoraud punisued accordingly. Sec. L It shall be unlawful for any person. firm or corporation to use or permit the use of any awmng, oorcn or dhic my porcn or grouna i sttpp rt or telegraph, telephone, e.ectric light, ' electric pow ro-eiectricstreet railway pole or any po tor ground support on auy street or sidewalk in the citv of Phoenix or any side wait, cirb or gutter for the purpose of placing thereon, or to place theieon, any paper, wooden, tin, iron or other sign, ad vertisement or poster of any character ave dD l accepting an sign boards that may be erected by any street railway company hich may be placed on their poles for the purpose of designating the stopp ug place of their cars; and any peraou nui y of a violation of th s secti n shah be deemed guilty ol a mis-dt-mtannr and punished accordingly Sec. 5 All swinging or h ngmg signs or sign a'ds now niHiniained over or acrosBany siLwrt k u'i any a rtet in ihe city of Phoenix ari now d. clared to be obstructions and nui sa. ces, n1 it Khali be the duty of any person, flm or (!!!) oration now maintaining or having erece l i:iy -uch sign or signboard, to Temove tn a ne ri hiu thirty days after 'ein notified so to d uy the ci y marshal and any person, firm oroo -jMtrauon "a ling to re nove any such sln or i-igiibowrd within am id lime aiter said notice or i lie reader maintuiniug any feuch sign or signboard, shall be deemed guiliy ofam s demeanor and punished accoidingly; and it shall be the duty of the city marshal in any such event to summarily remove such sign or sienboa:d. Sec. 6 it shall be unlawful to erect or main tain under any awning, balcony or porch over any sidewalk or over or across s any sidewalk or street in the city of Phoenix, any banging or swinging sign or sign-board or advertisement of any kind or character, and any projecting sign or sign-board placed In front of any build ing on any sidewalk in the said city shall not he more than eiht inches in width and fast ened securely to the front of the building. Any person, nrm or corporation who shall violate any of the provisions of this section shall be deemed guilty of misdemeanor aud punished accordingly. Sec. 7 It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to keep, erect or maintain hny water pipe, faucet or private hydrant at any point or place on any Bidewalk in the city of Phoenix, which hydrant, faucet or water pipe projects above the surface of the sidewalk. Any violation of this section shall be deemed a misdemeanor and punished accordingly. Sec. 8. All hydrants, faucets and water pipes except such as are maintained by the city aud excepting wattr-troughs and fountains ex iting by permission of the city, that are now kept and maintained on any stieet or sidewalk iu the city of Phoenix that extend above the surface of such sidewalk or street, are hereby aeclared to be obstructions and nuisances, and it shall be the duty of any person, firm or cor poration now so keeping or maintaining uny t uch hydrants, faucets or water-pipes to remove the same or flush the same witn the street or si tewalk as the case may be, and auy neglect -r refusal so to do for a period of thirty days after notification by the city marshall shall be deemed a misdemeanor and punished accordingly ; and it shu.ll be tne duty of the city marshall m such event to summarily remove such obstruction. Sec. 9 It shall be unlawfu. for any pe son, firm or corporation to use, occupy or obstruct any sidewalk on any s;reet in the city of Phoe nix for the purpose of the aisplay of good, wares or merchandise except upon the inner three feet of such sidewalk, and in no event shall any part of any such sidewalk be used for tne storage, display or exhibition of any hay or material of any kind or character of a combust ible nature Any violation of this section sha .l be deemed a misdemeanor an.i punished ac cordingly. Sec 10. It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to occupy any part of any street or sidewalk between the hours of 9 p. m. and 5 a. m. for the displ y of any goods, ware merchandise or personal property for sale, or for the keeping of any goods or merchandise boxes, crates, barrels er receptacles of any kind that are or have been used for the shipping of goods or the packing of the sae, or auy per sonal property or machinery of any kind cr character. Any violation of this section shall be deemed a misdemeanor and punished ac cordingly. Sac. 11 It shall be unlawful for any per son, firm or corporation to erect or maint-tin or allow any person to erect or maintain any booth, stanfl or counter on any sidewalk in the city of Phoenix for the purpose of barter, sale and trade, or keep or maintain upon the streets any wagon, csrt, vehicle, movable booth or sta d for the purpose of barter or trade, except under license and contract of the common council of the city of Phoenix, and any violation of this section shall be deemed a misdemeanor and punished accordinely. 8ec. 12 AU ordinances and parts of ordinan ces in conflict with this ordinance are hereby repealed. Sec. 13 Any person adjudged guilty of a mis demeanor by reason of a violation of any of the provisions of this ordinance, shall be punithed by a fine of not less than one dollar or more than three hnndred dollars, or by im prison ir ent in tbe city jail for not less than one day or more than ninety days, or by both such fine and im prisonment. Sec. 14 This ordinance shall take effect from and af ier Its passage and publication as by law required. Passed by the Comrron Council of 'Phoenix the eighth day of November, 1894. . JAMES D.-HONIHON, Attest: Mayor. Seal Ed. Schwartz, City Recorder Date of first publication November 11, 1S94. . Private Board. PRIVATE BOARDING J All Home Cooking. Mrs Jackson, Prop. S07 W. WASHINGTON. J Bakery. STAR BAKERY MILK STEAM BREAD Round Home Made Loaves. C innamon Biscuits. Call CaTds Supplied. Hang one out and our team will call. A. L. FISHER, Prop. Van Buren Street, Near Five Points. Jliop House. 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