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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1895.
3 HE ALWAYS RODE. A Nevada Bad Man Who Had a Cinch on Stage Drivers. When He Intimated That He 'Wanted a Bide the Jehus Would Very Obse quiously Accommodate Him on the Instant. "My first meeting with Sam Brown, who figured so tragically in Nevada's early days," said A. E. Bastrop, the mining man, to a writer for the New . York Sun, "was as I came into Vir ginia City one evening on the inland stage. I was riding on top with Shorty Tredwin, one of the best known of the old-time drivers, and he was chock full of the arrogance which characterized the men who followed his eminent call ing. There were some eastern passen gers aboard whom Shorty had snubbed and overawed until they scarcely dared to speak to him. lie had just returned an answer of cutting irony to a pas senger who had ventured to inquire how much further it was to Virginia City, and as he handled the reins was surveying the scene with a sniff of con tempt at creation in general. We were climbing the long hill six miles from Virginia City when, through the dusk, a man loomed up ahead walking in the same direction. He stopped as the stage came along and asked for a lift into town. His request was refused by the driver, who hallooed to the horses to get along and not fall asleep in the traces. ' " 'You won't, eh?' said the wayfarer, in whose gruff vojpgVu-e was a trace of surprise. 'Doyr V who I am?" " 'No, I don't k Yred Shorty, cracking his wlr rCTeaders; 'and what's more,rUlf iTSu-e a cuss.' " 'I am Sam Brown!' thundered the stranger, 'and I reckon my name's good for a ride on Ben Holliday's or any other stage line in Nevada. Do vou want ' "At the words 'Sam Brown,' Shorty brought his four horses all back on their haunches with one jerk. " 'Whoa! Whoa!' he shouted, as he tugged at the lines. 'You headstrong beasts', will you ever stop pulling! Ex cuse me, Mr. Brown, for keeping you waiting. It's these plagued horses won't stop. I didn't recognize you in the dark, Mr. Brown. Will you step inside or ride on the box with me? Glad to see you, Mr. Brown, and al ways honored to have you ride on my coach!' "Mr. Brown climbed grimly to the box, took his seat unthankfully as by right of possession, and was the guest of honor into Virginia City. Shorty was extremely polite, and his tones to his horses even were apologetic all the rest of the tripi Sain Urown was a man of immense physique and for midable aspect. His long hair was, ac cording to his custom, pinned up under his hat he used bowie knives for that purpose by popular report; it was when angry that he shook it loose and flung it like a mano about his shoulders. His revolvers were plainly indicated De neath his long black frock coat, and there could be no doubt that lurking in concealment somewhere about his person was the historic knife that had let out so many human lives. He might be described rather as an inter esting than agreeable companion, and Shorty was relieved of pain ful suspense by finding as the minutes passed that he showed no dis position to revert to the first words of their colloquy. Indeed, Mr. Brown, whose usual manner had the types of amiability that a grizzly bear mani fests in his different moods, softened into something like tolerance of his company under the influence of a whisky bottle passed up by a mining man from within the coach, and he even made some grimly humorous remarks, at which the driver and myself duly laughed with an affectation of great en joyment. At the entrance of the Prima ventura saloon, on the principal street of the city, Mr. Brown alighted in style, the cynosure of attraction for all who witnessed his coming. Shorty rallied amazingly after his departure, and he swelled with pride at the bar rooms that night as he told at every second drink of having brought Sam Brown in on his coach. "Our renowned fellow passenger was probably, taken all around, the most hardened and dangerous ruffian that ever figured in the red history of the Pa cific slope. Up to the time that the vigil ance committees got into operation his reign of terror was supreme in Nevada. The number of men he had killed was variously computed, but the list was a long one, and some of his deeds of blood were of uncommon atrocity. It was his pleasant custom to walk into a store or saloon and demand fifty dollars of the proprietor, which was usually handed him without .protest. One un fortunate clerk who refused the tribute he shot dead across the counter." Explicit Directions. An American, traveling in England, on one occasion happened to be in the neighborhood of Millbank prison, and fancied that he would like a glimpse at that famous place of detention. "Can you tell me the way to Milibank?" he asked of a stout tradesman whom he met. "Aye," answered John Bull; "knock me down and rob me pockets, and you'll soon enough he on the straight road there!" Then, without vouchsafing any further information, he passed on with a chuckle. 1 Mhoes. W. L. Douglas i 'S C? HJ C IS THE BEST tfyflvb FIT FOB A KINS. 3. CORDOVAN. FRENCH AENAMELLED CALF. 4.3.sp Fine Caip aitaSARoa 1 3.BOPOUCE.3SOLES. " EXTRA FINE 2.I7B0Y5'SCH00LSH0EI LADIES' SENDFORCATALOGUE L-DOUCLAQ. Over One Million People wear the W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes All our shoes are equally satisfactory They give the best value for the money. They equal custom shoes In style and fit. Their wearing qualities are unsurpassed. The prices are uniform, stamped on sole. Prom $ to $3 saved over other makes. If your dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by GODWIN & CO., The New Shoe Store. Fleming Block. Apnroamne The GelelratedFrencIi (fare, ftcSrd"APHR0DlTINE"Se2 Is Solo ok a POSITIVE GUARANTEE to core any form of nervous disease or any disorder of the generative or gans of either sex, whether arising' f.Itn i RFFriOr IIMAf BHrnulnnt. HCTm Tobacco orOpinm, or through you thfulindiscm Hon, over indulgence, &o., such as Loss of Brail .Power, Wakefulness, Bearing down Pains In the tack.SeminalWeakness.Hysterial, Nervous Pros tration, Nocturnal Emissions, Leucorrhoea, Diz ziness,Weak Memory, Loss 5 Power and Im no tency, which if neglected often lead to prematvm o'.d age and insanity. Price 11.00 a box, 6 bona forJoOO. Sentbymailonreceiptof price A WRITTEN GUARANTEE to given fit every $5.00 order received, to refund themoney il a l'ermanent cure Is not effected. V. e have thousands of testimonials from eld and young of both sexes, who have been permanently cured by the use of Aphroditine. Circular free, Addresi THE APHRO MEDICINE CO. Western Branch. Box27.Pobtusu.ub For Sale by U. H. Kit ftp UK, Uruggist. Phoenix Ariion P O. Box 299. FOR SALE. Old established hotel doing good business; furnished com plete; good cellar, bathroom, etc.; two acres of land, fruit and ornamental trees, two good welLv one windmill. Price reasonable, terms easy. Enquire at Republican office. At, jr f 3r IN And you who wish to make a success of your take the current when it serves" and Buy Lots in Montgomery's Addition. And become a solid man. Do not wait until future years and sing the croaking song of "I could have bought this, that or the other," but buy, and buy now. Kittredge, Hedges & Dobbins, Commercial Hotel Block. Hotels. SixthAvenueHotel. I f Elegantly Furnished A f W ROOMS I H-U First-Class Table In Connection. WALSH SISTERS, No Invalids Admitted. Proprietors CUK. ADAMS AND SIXTH AVE. Bakery. STAR BAKERY MILK STEAM BREAD Round Home Made Loaves. A FU.L LINE OF PASTRY. Cinnamon Bolls. Call Cards Supplied. Hang one out and our team will nail. A. L. FISHER, Prop. Van Buren Street. Near ive PMnts. WiSY PILLS! BRUG II Safe and SURE. SNOdc.F(iB"wauAU' que STOBESS GUARD!' Wilcox Specific CoPhiuuPa, MESA AND G0LDFIELD STAGE LINE. W A. KIMBALL, Prop. Leaves Mesa every day except Sunday at 1 p. m. Arrives at Goldfleld at 5 p. m. Leaves Goldfield every day except Monday at 6 a. m. Arrives at Mesa at 9:45 a. m. NEW COACHES. GOOD STOCK Cairies passengers, packages and accomoda tion mail This stage carries The Arizona Republican, the on'y daily paper that reaches the camp the same day published and contains the latest news and Associated Press dispatches. For advertising and news get The Arizona Re publican , Southern Pacific Co. (PACIFIC 8T9TKM.) Commencing Nov. 1, 1894, trains will leave Maricopa as follows ; 2.Af A. M. DAILY SUNSET EX .U PRESS for points In California, Nevada. Oregon and Washington 7 .Pi.fi A M SATURDAY 0 LY, "SUNSET IOU LIMITED' forCallornia. 1 On A. M. DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOB iiOU Tucson, Benson, Lordsburgh Doming, ElPasomd intermediate stations. 2.K P. M. FRIDAY ONLY, -SUNSET ,t)U LIMITED" for El Paso and New Or leans . 4.4 f P. M. DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOB 'dcXJ YumaaDil intojpjgdtsto stations. 5.QK P. M. DAILY. MTXED TRAIN ,00 for XI Paso and all way stations. U.Kf, P. M. DAILY, NEW ORLEASS .0J 2 press for Tucson. Benson, Dem ns. El Paso, San Antonio, Houston and New OrleanE. T. H. GOODMAN, RICHARD GRAY. Gen. Pass. Agent Gen. Traffl c Manages , San Francisco. Oal. "There is a tide in the affairs of men, Which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune; Omitted, all the voyage of their life, Is bound in shallows and in miserie." "Now is the Appointed Time." FOR SALE Nice horse, bnggy and harness. Enquire Frank M. Hammond, tree yrd, next lo Marshall's blacksmith shop, W. Wash ington St. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms. Enquire Mrs. Clark, W. Jeflerson St., between Six teenth and Seventeenth avepues. FOR 8LE J2100. a well established mercan tile business. Profits S150 per month Call or address B. A. Fickas, 27 W. Washington St. DO YOU HAVE NIGHT SWEATS? After a thomugh ari'h of two years I found a remedy which cured me in three days. Will bend receipt for one dollar. Box 642, Phoenix, A rizona. fOR RENT Two rooms unfurnished. En ' quire 218 East Adams St. near Second. WANTED Employment, general houe work chamberworkorwaitressinhotel. Apply 810 West Washington. A 80 FFMRER ol many years from catarrh has discovered a simple remedy which costs nothing and the receipt of which he will mail to any address upon receipt of $1. Address box 321, Phoenix. WANTED By a German lady a place sb housekeeper city or country, or will take charge of a lodging house. Enquire room 28, Gregory bouse. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms with bath. Mrs. Brannen, 327 north Filth avenue. FO& SALE One light four horse wagon good for 5000 lbs. with draught rod and stre'eher, harness, wagou sheet and four nones. Will be mid at a bargain as a lot or separately. En quire at this office. FOR RENT A nice suite ot rooms suitahle for offices, near postoffice. Apply Baker & Aorams. no west wasmngion si TJUORENCE HOTEL REFITTED AND RE furnished throughout. Strictly nrst-clas ineverv respect. ROBERT WILLIAMS.Prop. rpHB BEST EATING STATION between A rnoemx ani rrescott is Kent dv Mrs J. Byrne at Frog Tanks. A FINEJvronm frame houe nearlv new on J Fourth street near Filmore, to rent for $25 per montn. ciarx cnurcnui, commercial notel oiocx. CI TOP AT THE WILLIAMS HOUSE. MAR1 IO copa, while waiting for the train. Good accommodation sand excellent tame. THE PrHENLX BAKEEY EDWARD E1SELE, Prop. This popular establishment has been refitted ana renovated tnrongnout. every thing in the way of baking STRICTLY FIRST CLASS All orders attended to with promptness and to the utmost satisfaction of our pat rons. Free delivery to any part of the citv. PH(ENLX BAKERY Pmr Bik COLORADO Boot and Shoe Repair Shop Work Neat, Substantial and Guaranteed. PRICKS KKASON AJBLK. T. F. HICKEY, Proprietor. 301 West Washington St. Two doors east of the Vendome. A-enture "must OJSSIONAL Physicians. DR BUTLER COOPER, Physician and Sur geon. Night call attended from office, room 9 Monihon building DR. KtRKWOOD Physician and Surgeon. Ground floor, Washington St., next door IDKeTsrnnnnharniaAv njna.Mn.i. .i and lungs a specialty. R. FRANK D. D RCY-Physician and Sur- fiw. Avuum lu rieming diocjc. DR. SWETN AM Office over National Bank . i Anz.ona- Calls either city or country, prSe attende(1- Twenty-flve years aotive T: "y' CHAS. H. JONES, M. D. TRS. JONES & WELLES-Siireeons and phy- office block. v. "mce in post- r)RCILRTIS- "ses of eye, ear, Officers Mt", ihroat andfeneral surgery umce s. K. cor. AdamB and Center Sts DRb!EEMnA ilr?. !?' .Adam, and 2tO 4 and V a a m lu m and Nilht n JJJl-, .1 of women. . " w "i-i'ewui-s nacx stand will receive prompt attention. A WerRfKLU M; D-3eral Practition-hneybuUd1ing!ea8eSOtWOmtn- Eoom 16 Ma- J2F&-25!' 4 WORK liana 16 Porter BulldJnt reMOnaDJe- Koo Vcterlnarv. T C. NORTON, D. V. M., VETERINARY nViS T'&t":?1.160" and dentist. Residence nix. Office hours. 10 to 12 a. m . 1 to 4 VT . . ..re. mm j curKeon. f O. RICHMOMD, M. D. C, Phnmix Art- OfflSft th&.y" Buren street Attorncys-at-ljaw. E0RGE PORDY BULLIED, AteyTt Law. rnrnn Q TV, i, i 1.1' i. 3 . Ariz ... v, -...uijL. uioca, i ncenlx WEBBTKE 8TRBKT. CJTREET & FRAZTIR C. M. Fbaziek. Ki Attornejs at Law. Office-Rooms 7-8. Fleming bik.. Phoenix, Aria F, H. LYMAN a t, , r-r , -a t y tpmiug UIOCK. pORTEK W. FLEMING, Attorney at Law! ArizoRmS 20 and 21 Block, Phcenil . Hl N-Aj-KX1NDKE- "W. H. Stilwku.: ATwS SWELL-ATTORNEYS ,Phcentx.WAriffiCeln HaMford Banlt build- " - - " . jLuiiiumooe, Ariz WILLIS J. HOL1NGS. WADK H. HULINGS HUSf o Kma- Attorneye-at-Law XX Rooms 9 and 11 Porter hi,iiHiJ 'ITCH & CAMPBELL, ATTORN SYS AT . - - ....v..... uu ui Arizona lRANK COX-ATTORNEY AT T,AW rooms Arizona 8' TMbodo building, Phoenix, B. J. Feanklik: aTFe75eankjjh. FoSS IN FRANKUN-Attorneys hnK&iza10811 JOSEPH H. KlBBET. 1 C ISBAM. KIBBEY 4 I8RAEL,, t, Lawyers. Booms 2, i and 6, National Bank of Arizona . , block. Phoenix .. B .r ATTORNEYa-ATTAw' ' W. L. Van Horn. H. Z. Zuck.J I TTAN HORN znrir V Attorneys and Counselors at. lav .,,. . . Tempe, Arizona Office in Heineman & Gill block, up stairs. Arobiceot. W ED?OETOW-.A'1CHirECT,Porterbiock, . ;ai,ani areiuiandexp-rienced supervision g.yen to the conscruction of brick and stone buildings. CpREi HEINLE IN Architect and Superin 1 tendent. R,um n di t,,; teen ve-.rs Tri.nn. U.Tt"? "'Z1"- tendent of Fleming Block""" SUpen'1- Gardener and. Florist. J ON FRAY, practical gardener and florist. . PniQiiigaad plantiug a specially. Fifth ot., across the town ditch. ' 1 Engineer. w E. OOVriflN niril W I n . maps and pla.s. Room 15 W hartoii Bik. ' IHAv.E.openeaanota'e1n room 1, is WeBt Washington St., with Riddle & Gray, real estate dealers, where I will attend to pensions business If you ha e a claim pending and need heln come and see me. '. D. GRAY. Assaver, JORIETASSAlfETwASHINOTSN . street, east of P. 0. Phoenix. Arir n ... o-, pricb fob assays: Gold.Srtver.Cop'r.Jl 00 , Copper. $1.00 Crold.Silver, Lead, 1.(0 ; Lead.. . 1 00 Gold and SUver 1.00 Tin 's'oo ltl;yt'l oh. S GRldWOLD Manufacturers' agent H. --r- . eoucio wuiiuiHsiou mercnant kfnie. .3 jTle?. t'?d ycllDS sundries. All J iio V ""J'e repairing ski llllly done. 32 Smith Pot, tar at 0 3 I ''vritijAMj, First avenue, opposite XJ. court house. Mining, agricultural and all other kinds of machinery built or repaired. Models and paterns made. Soldering, brazing grinding or any other work in the mechanical I'ne. Engines remodeled. Corral. BURGER CORRAL, Northwest comer iirst Ave. and Adam-St., Pt Mcowan, Prop., is the old reliable feed corral where teams are well cared for and where fverybody receiv e fairand honest t esiment Krenogfraphep. nHOMAS MURRY-8ten"grapher. t7p7 1 writer and mimeographer, )w nd eom- roercwi wru a specialty All work -nsranteed a1? J?rS,mI? y "ecnted Office First street with C. F, Ainsworth. rjiHJi occidental HOTLis the onlv flrst . 1 class hon e In Tucson to s'-p at Best of accommodations and treatment. I LEVIN & URQCIDES, P-os. ! ri j i n i 1-1 norenceanaiasa brace-, iiagf. Stage leaves Casa ' Grande at 7 a m . each morning, arrives at Florence at 11-sns ra Returning leaves Florence at 1-30 p'm ar rive at Casa Grande at fin. m. " Mskesennneetion at Florence wl'h stage for Glohe. This line is fifty miles nearer Globe than any other line. DREW STEVENS & CO, Proprietors.