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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN : WEDNESDAY -MOKNlSG, NOVEMBER 14, 1894.
LANDSCAPES VVri! YOU WAIT. A r.IIililia AriVt .V':o Kes'ps Up with the Auc:io:i."fjr. The greet American desideratum of speed is strikingly illustrated by a painter who has opened a studio and i.uclk.n rocm on cteuf the prraefcal bufiacw streets, apparently to (Ic-mon-stratc that Longfellow was entlivly in error when he wrote "art is long-," says the lioston Transcript. A man who happened to stray into the art gallery one morning1 chanced to speak cf Raphael, and was asked by the painter who Raphael was. and if lie be longed iu the 2:30 class. Before he could answer the artist had executed "The Tails of the Yellowstone"' in oil, the picture had been framed, sold, and the purchaser had gone out with the prize under his arm. The lightning cclor':,t hr.'l his paints spread out be fore him heaps on a sort of mortar board and ranged behind him in pails, while en one side of him are the thou sand cantcs frames that he turns oil before breakfast. Follow him while he prodr.ee s a moonlight scene. First, he r-el:. out his whitewash bni:,h with out the long1 handle, and, dipping- it in the ;;late-eolorcd ink, primes the sky of evening. IJut he is careful to leave a small circle unscathed in the center; that i:; to stand for the moon. Then across the bottoin of the canvas the brush is flashed, leaving behind it a heavier trail, while two big patches of black paint at eaeh side form the shadowy hills. Then, with a narrow brush of black, the trees and their bare branches are located, as if the artist were striping the wheels of an express wajjon. Another dash of black answers for a boat, and two irregular touches are the men propelling it. By this time the auctioneer is crying: "How much for this elegant moonlight scene in the north woods? Start me! One dollar and sixty-five cents do I hear? Sold!" And the buyer gets the colors on his sleeve in putting it under his arm. "Little boys," said the auc tioneer at this point, "you had better go home and give the old folks a show. But, boys," he cries after the slowly retreating forms, "come down to-morrow. I'll have some nice beds put up here to-night, so that you needn't go home to sleep." And the "professor" has the lead by three pictures on the auctioneer, who begins to point out the merits of "an elegant forest scene." An Unusual Coincidence. The Vienna correspondent of the London Standard says that on one of tne estates of Count Potocki in Galicia the very rare event of a mother, daugh ter and granddaughter each giving birth to a son on the same day has just occurred. Tne mother is forty-eight, and the infant son is her sixteenth child. The daughter, who has just presented ner Husband with his eighth, is thirty-three years old, and the grand- iiaugnter, who was married last year. is not yet quite sixteen. All the three new-born sons are strong and healthy, and the same may be said of their mothers, who belong to the Tolish peasant.class. India Shawls at Windsor. Queen Victoria's store of India shawls is failing. The shawls are getting scarcer and scarcer every year. After the India mutiny tribute was laid upon certain princes and chiefs in India to their sovereign lady of divers costly staffs, and for a number of rears the shawls, etc., arrived regularly; but of late years, owing to the deaths of some of the tributary potentates and the suppression of others, the stock has much declined. The precious articles are kept m sandalwood wardrobes at Windsor under the care of the queen's first wardrobe woman. Ordinance No. 178. An ordinance to prorioe for tho management, toj .1 a.ii'i ho .-rii ijou of thts streets, alleys and si. itWtt of Ihectyof Phrenx and i pr vent obstructions thereon t,nd to r.jjoY- Hi'-nui'tioiis therefrom Tne common council of i hosuix do ordain as tniliiWi-: SdcTioN 1 It shall be unlawful for any per 8mi, drni or corporation m erect or main lain on the-i ewalk nf any street in ine city of Phoe nix ai.y awning, post or ground support for any awning, po ch or bal'ouy at ai.y place on 8Uv-hhnlevp-.it except uttheiner lineof the e mot ueh eidewnlk Hnd at a point thereon that will plai-e tne outer siue of such post or sup-i-uFi fl i-'h with tne inner lino of such curb and anv v um of ihia section shall be deemed a mUd . roe .nor and punished accord V tdy. bEo. 2 All p sis or ground supports for aay win g, p rch or bulc uy now existing or maintained b auy person, firm or corporation in tne cily of PtMtmix oi or a Urn Washington street of sa d city hat are , laced at anv point on said side -valis other tnan is designated by the foregoing sectioi. or at a point within nine Inch s uf th inner line of the curb are now dec ared 1 1 be obniucti ns to the streets of id Pit fend n tisances. and auy person, firm, corporation owner, lessee ir occupant of inv i uiUiing wi'hiu ti e miid city in front of Widen s id pi mi or mpKortt- exit, who shall fitil. nevleci or refu e tt remove such posts or suppor san l -o norm tne s vine to the require me tsiifuecii n 1 o ihi- ordi nan ;e for a period ef nin -ty Hays ifter nivic imm the city mar shal so to d una, 1 be dnecned guilty of a mis demeanor a'id pird.-hed accordingly Sec & AU awning, b i. co'iy or porch posts or groan i sn pporcs, hi 1 all t- It-graph, telephone, eleciric ligut, eictnc power pots or elec tric street raiiviy posts a-id as well any griun ' suopirt- here if it located In any of t'ie Htrees of he city of Phcenix uudr ttUthoiityof the common co'i e i,sh Uhe raa i, of iron or wood and if f wood, sh I ha-. e all surfaces oi thesame ie t and sh?ill r..- by the p raou, fi m or cor- ?iri-ion er-tc-u- hi Mine, p in ted with at 'ttstiw" of i)miu, w';iMh siirl paint shall he reu-iWt'd at Umm om-e eat.'h -ear tnereafter; erd any p,rS"it, linu en corp rition lulling, re fiisin 'r u..?gle?tns to omp.y with the oro Tisi oi t. i s -otvi i hi be d em-d guilty of A in 1 ; U'i r i pu:iijf-i-:d c ' clingly. Hec 1. I "ii i i be unlawful for anv person, firm o. c 'riioiation to n-e r pe i:iit the use of n utftilr.fi;, uo.cli or b-U; -ii pui'ch .r ground oiip -ri. o - t'?ivi rapi, telpiione, ec-tric light, el.ciri:: po'.v r o-e-ectric street railway pole or any post or ground support on any street or sidewalk in the city of Phoenix or any side walk, curb or gutter for the purpose of placing thereon, or to place thereon, any paper, wooden, tin, iron or other sign, ad vertisement or poster of any character save and accepting any sign boards that may be erected by any street railway company which may be placed on their poles for the purpose of designating the stopping place of their cars; and any person guilty of a violation of this section shall be deemed guilty ot a mis demeanor and punished accordingly. Sec. 5. All swinging or hanging siges or signboards now maintained over or across any sidewalk on any street in the city of Phoenix are now declared to be obstructions and nui sances, and it shall be the duty of any person, firm or corporation now maintaining or having erected any such sign or signboard, to remove the same within thirty days after being notified so to do by the city marshal, and any person, firm or corporation failing to remove any such sign or signboard within said time after said notice or thereafter maintaining any such sign or signboard, shall be deemed guilty of a mis demeanor and punished accordingly; and it snail be the duty of the city marshal in any such event to summarily remove such sign or signboard. Sec. 6 Tt shall be unlawful to erect or main tain under any awning, balcony or porch over any s.dewtilk or over or acrosss any sidewalk or fetieet in the city of Phoenix, any hanging or swinging sign or sign-board or advertisement of auy kind or character, and any projecting sign or sign-board placed in front of anv build ing on any sidewalk in the said city shall not be more tn An eiht inches in width and fast ened securely to the front of the building. Any person, lirm or corporation who shall violate any of the provisions of this section shall be deemed guiliy oi mi-demeanor and punished acci ruiuttiy 6ec. 7 It shall be unlawful for anv person firm or corp ration to keep, erect or maintain any water pipe, faucet or private hydrant at any point or place on any sidewalk in the city oi rnoenix, wnicn nyaranr, lancet or water pipe projects above the surface of the sidewalk. Any violation oi tbis section snail be deemed misdemeanor and punished accordingly. Sec. 8. All hydrants, faucets arid water- pipes except such as are maintained by the city and excepting wat r-troughs and fountains ex iting by permission of the cuy, that are now kept and maintained on any street or sidewalk iii the city of Phrenix that extend above the surface of such sidewalk or street, are hereby declared to be obstructions and nuisances, and it Bhall be the duty of any person, firm or cor poration now so keeping or maintaining anv fuch hydrants, faucets or water-pipes to remove the same or flush the same with the street or si lewalk as the case may be, and any neglect ur rt msai bo wj uo ror a periou oi tnirty aays alter notification by the city marshall shall be deemed a mis iemeanorand punished accordingly ; and it Huait oe me amy oi tne city mars nail in sucn event to summarily remove such obstruction. Sec. 9 It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to use, occupy or obstruct any sidewalk on any street in the city of Phce nix for the purpose of the aisplay of goods, 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 fur tne storage, display or exhibition of any hay or mnieiiai ui auy iuuu or cnvmvier oi a I'omDusi- ible nature Any violation of this section shall oe aeemeu a misdemeanor ana punished ac cordingly. Sec. 10. It shall be unlawful for anv nprsnn. firm or corporation to occupy any part of any (street or siaewaix Detween tne nours ot y p. m. and 5 a.m. for the dispUv of anv eoods. ware merchandise or personal property for sale, or i"i me keeping any goous or mercnanais-t boxee, crates, barrels r receptacles of any kiud that are or have beeiused for the shipping of got ds or the oacktn&r of the sarre. oranvnpr- sonal property or machintrv of anv kind rr rnaracter Any violation oi tnis section shall be deetred a misdemeanor and punished ac- u iruiugiy. Sec. 11 It shall be unlawful for anv r. son. firm or corporation to erect or maint.-i.iii nr allow any person to erect or maintain any booth, stand or counter on any sidewalk la the city of Phcenix for the purpose of barter, sale and trade, or keep or maintain upon the streets any wagon, cart, vehicle, movable both or sta -d for the purpose of barter or trade, except under license and contract of the common council of the city of Phcenix, and any violation of this section shall be deemed a misdemeanor and puniBceu accordingly. Sec. 12 All ordinances and parts of ordinan ces in conflict with this ordinance are hereby Sec. 13-Anv person adindnred cniltv of a mis- demeanor by reason of a violation of any of the provisions oi this ordinance, shall be punished by a fine of not less than one dollar or mors than three hnndred dollars.orby imprisonment in the city jail for not less than one day o more tnan ninety aays, or by both sucn fine and lm prisonment. Sec. 14 This ordinance shall take effect from and af rer its passage and publication as by law required. Passed by the Common Council of Phoenix tne eigntn aay oi a ovember, iwh JAMES D. MONIHON, Attest: Mayor. Seal Ed. Schwartz, Citv Recorder Date of first publication November 11. 1894. But cli ers. Tender Meat Ski Goto Ilfully M F. BALSZ & CO. Front Street, Opposite City Hall Meats Wholesale and Retail at Lowest Prices. Bakery. STAR BAKERY MILK STEAM BREAD Round Home Made Loaves. Cinnamon Biscuits. Cnll Cards Supplied. naug one oui ana our team win can. A. L. FISHER, Prop. Van Buren Street. Near Five Points. Hotels. Sixth4'Hotel. A f Elegantly Furnished A f H-U ROOMS I U First-Class Table In Connection. WALSH SISTERS, Mo Iniallds Admitted. Proprietors. COB. ADAMS AND SIXTH AVE. Waloon. The Palace, 60S. H. HIBSCEFELD.Prtp. Imported and Domestic WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGIRS, PHCENIX. ARIZONA. Barber (rSliojj. The Fashion Barber Shop. FRANK SHIRLEY, Proprietor. LADIES' WORK DONE AT THE SHOP OR RE8IDENCE NEATE8T BATH RO0M8 IN THE CITY OPPOSITE THE OPERA HOU8E. M. K. HURLEY, 9 Ja'v&Jir$ THE LIVE BUTCHER. CHOICE KTS.l K l"il KIMSIS. BUS KKI'T M IBK'.T I CKfENIX JXPBKIItM l i TTK ti. FREE DELIVERY IN THK CITV. W. L. BdiiCLAS S3 SHOEnosk 5. CORDOVAN, french&enameu-Edcalf; 4-.3.5P FINECALF&KANGARQ1 3.5PP0LICE,3 Soles. $9?2-W0RKlKcna5 " EXTRA FINE. u" 2.l7s Boys'SchoolShoes. LADIES' . -050l? $1 75 "BestPNG0 send for catalogue W-L-DOUGLAS, BROCKTON, AVAS3. Yon can save money by purchasing W. L.. Because, we are tae largest manufacturers ot advertised shoe in the world, and guarantee the value by stamping the name ana price on the bottom, which protects you against high prices and the middleman's profits. Our shoe3 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 vour dealer cannot supply you, we can. f - These celebrated shoes are for sale by GODWIN & -O. Exclusively. FLKHING BLOCK. Han t h. -the- Valley Bank, PHCENIX, ARIZONA. Capital - - . - $100,000 Surplus 25,000 ww CHRISTY, President. W. H. SHERMAN, Vice-Prtsident. M. W. M KA-KOftSB. Cashier. RECEIVE DEPOSITS, MAKE r-OkLECTIOflS, BUY AND SELL EXCHANGE. Discount Commercial Paper and do e uenerai Banking Business. Office Hours 9 a. m,, to 3 p. m, CORRESPONDENTS. A m. Exchange Natl. Bank s Tn,t The Anglo California Bank, Ban HVoTinicrtrt Cat National Bank of Illinois. Chicago, ID i xiol i.uiiuum naiii jjos Angele Presoott National Bank Preseott. Arizona THE MARICOPA LOAN & TRUST INCORPORATED FEBRUARY 1, 1888. Paid up Capital, Surplus, - - $100,000 - 20,000 Money Loaned on or Siiurl Tim on Real ISntatA or rergonal Security. Interest Paid on Deposits CHARLES 8. FORBES, Pres. T. W. HINE, Gen. Man. and Cashier. A. L. CRAMB, Asst. Cashier. SiBCUtive ComaiUiee ot Board of Directors: T. W. Hine, L. E. Hewins. H. E. Kenm S. T. Little. A. L. Cramb. TUB NATIONAL BANK OF ARIZONA, PHCENIX. AEIZONA. Capital Paid Up - $100,000 Surplus - - - - $80,000 DIRECTORS: M. W. Kales. Sol. Lewis, Y. T. Smith, Chas. Goldman, Geo. W. Hoadley. CORRESPONDENTS: The Bank of California,.... San Krancisci.. Agency of Bank of California :New York. pauouaiDauK oi commerce, hi. iouib. First National Bank Chicago. Farmers & Merchants Bank, Los Angeles Consolidated National Bank Tucson. Bank of Arizona Preseott, Messrs.N. M. Rothschild & Sons London. M. W. Kales, Sol. Lewis, President. Vice-President, Gbo. W. Hoadley. Cashier. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. STOVES. OVE Lowest in Price. Standard Manufacture. Largest Stock GREAT HEAT. A cold snap may ome &ny night. Our $9 Ho. 7 COOK STOVE is a perfect gem. It throws a great heat and gives perfect satisfaction as a baker, fryer or broiler. A full line of Round, Square or Open-Grate Heaters. First Street, Opposite City Hall. 'M KAT ma.rk.et. J. A. LTJTGERDING & CO. Fresh and Salt MeMs. MUTTON, FORK, VEAL AND P0F- TRY. ill Our Meats Thoroughly Refrigerated Before Being Sent Out to . Customers. dnpenoi Conel Beef. Fresh Sansair. Hed Chve-e and BtloKna Or,lw Callert Pur sort Oellre'ed. 142 West Washington Street. . pf-stoffice ftuildiuff. HAY A.Tr GKAIN. ! HAY THERE j we win sen you Hay, Grain, Flour, Feed, etc. i.mv-i iiiciii ywu uau uujf ClOC 1 1 C I C. OpcLfal Henbt E Kemp, Pres. I The Ptaix Hay and Grain Co. ! X Jno. R. Norton, V-Pres. J W. D. HammaN, T Qan.Tn..c Jtr HjT'r I GEOCEKEEH. ess er Grocery k -'Vholmle and Rttfaii Grroceries, Crockery, Queensware, Stoneware. and. Q-lassware. FRESH GOODS RECEIVED DAILY. 41 West Washington St., PHCENIX, ARIZ. MACHINE WHOP. lapital Machine Shops Madison St. Bet. Center and First Ave.. Phoenix, Ariz. Are prepared to do all kinds ir it ITl'l 11 T 1 Rpe Kuing, niomiit) 'm Doner nore. Farm Machinery. We have recently opened the finest equipped shop in the territory, and during the sprine months will make the repairing of threshers and farm machinery a specialty. Separator Cylinders Skillfully Balanced. 3ivtit3t uruuua ana jttepairea.. E. E. Iincols. M. 8. Webb. E. E. LINCOLN & CO.