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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH ,U, 1895.
RICHEST MAN IN THE WORLD Elm DeraldnfT, a Russian Thoo Wealth Is of Recent Creation. Like the English millionaires, those of the czar's dominions mostly derive ! their revenues from landed property. While the liriton, however, devotes a large part of his gross income toward j Improving his' possessions and to the . amelioration of the lot of his tenants in ! one way or another, the Russian, on j the other hand, extracts every farthing that he can from his property and spends it upon himself, the result being that agrlcultnro in Eussia is going from bad to worse, that formerly fer- j Cle and productive estates have now become barren and impoverished, and ! hat, while the peasantry ere in a state j of misery bordering on famine, the j nobles themsolvc3 have been obliged to ' mortgage or soli their lands, and are at ' the end of their financial tether. Of coarse, there are some exceptions, such as, for instance, the Yousoupolfs, the DemidoCs and the Schercmctieffs. The wealth of the DemidoCs is so vast, ac cording to the New York Tribune, that it is beyond calculation, and strangely enough tho fortune is of relatively re cent creation, its founder having been a country blacksmith in the days of Pe fcr the Great. It was while traveling la tho yral mountains that the latter broke one of his most valuable English pistols. A village smith mended it so quickly and eo well that tho czar was dqlighted and turned the man's name. "DcmidofZ, I shall remember you," said ho as he rodo off. The poor man was beginning to think that Potcr had for gotten him when there came an official document adorned with the imperial seal, granting him tho freehold of a great tract of crown land in the neigh borhood of tho village. Dcmidoff went to. work on his now property and found there inexhaustible mines of iron, sil ver and malachite. Young Elim Dem idoff he does not bear in Eussia the Italian title of prince generally pre fixed to his name by foreigners is at fha present moment the richest man in the world, Princess Yousoupoff, with her great turquoise mines, coming next in. rank. - Fortunately, both of them are more free-handed and generous ! than their respective immediate pred-! ecessors as head of the family, the late j Anatole DemidoU and the late Prince ' Yousoupoff having been alike renowned j for their meanness and avarice, of which almost incredible stories aire re lated. THE DREAM Or CHEMISTRY. TJ B I I j 1 p MACHINE HHOP. 610 HCIiSf'fiflfl If? 11 UFO i ln:! bhL" m. . I CM B H K3 M B K 3 IB PC PC W W W W KM I K K R I I B a Wb-2&1 BnB MTk Sfc"tt - tei. J. I i nu iiumvuu m limn i lOpltii SfiauilliiU difUpS 1 1 w The chance of a lifetime to make a stake. THE IRYISE ADDITION Sold on installments of $5 a month, Ten per cent off for cash E. IRVINE. Office Over The Irvine Stationery Store, Phcenix INVESTMENTS. MILIIO.XS OF DOLLARS Are lost every ?ear in risky and foolish investments. Put your money in lots in Churchill Addition and make 25 per cent. No risk Eay terms. CLAKK CBCRCfilll,, Office Commercial Hotil Mock. Hopes In Time to Produce Palatable Beef steaks Out of the Elements. The electrician has one dream and the social philosopher has another. But the chemist has also a vision of the alchemist of the dark ages. This is how he would solve tho problems of comfort and happiness which have been put to the human race: "The chemist hopes for a synthetic beefsteak, for a chemical loaf, for a Cup of eoiroo made, like hi3 eodawater extracts, out of Inorganic matter. He wants to see the day when a synthetic climate shall envelop tho earth, when the rainmaker shall bo a prophet and man shall hold the string to the unruly bags of Aeolus. foi; rv i is v. FOUNDRY. WORKS. IS & GIHMG PEM THE STANDARD IRON WORKS. Southeast of Capitol Grounds. P. O. Box 458. Tel. 67. GROCERIES. "In that day tho food and raiment of mankind will bo produced in the crucibles of the chomist. Once more 1 verdure will clotho tho Colds now de-! faced by human toil, and the shaggy j Wood3 will spring anew on the de spoiled elopes of tho hill3. There will bo no tilling or harvest, no slaughter ing of tamo beasts. Out of the original j elements chemistry will compound I chops and cutlets, knead the dough and brow alo. I "The battlo lias already been partly j won in the case of modieincs and drugs. The wine at tho tablo d'ho' o never saw j the vineyard. Tho 'prize fruit flowers' j of the drug store are innocent of the orchard and garden. Synthetic chem istry i3 yet young. It has made great advances In tho production of glycerine and sugar. It has four thousand devo tees in this country who hope to make the dream a reality.". .99 CHAPMAN BROS., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERIES. Special prices made to miners, prospectors, ranchers and cattlemen, buying in large quantities. GOODS PROMPTLY DELIVERED. OUR CASH PRICES ARE THE LOWEST IN PHOBNH Are prepared to do all kinds ot Afadison St. Bel. Center and First Ave., PI renix, Ariz. parea to do all kinds 1 f 1 t I Ft 1 117 1 Fiit, Machine and Boiler fork. Farm Machinery. A'ehanmChrtlrpen,ediheflne?t.eq !iP!lshoPin the territory', and during the spring months will make the repairing ol threshers and larm machin.. ry a specialty. Separator Cylinders Skillfully Balanced. Sickles Ground and Repaired. E. E. Lincoln. M. 8. Webb. E. E. LINCOLN & CO. Health Resort. Acadia Kanch Ut alth Resort Nestling under the foothills in the Oak Groves on the north sideol the Santa CaUlinas moun tains, altitude 4500 feet, pure air, good water, no dust. For particulars and descriptive leaf let, write to E S DODGE, Oracle, Ariz Assaver. You Do Note- Realize what a good thin g you are missing for your children by not giving them a policy ot one or two thousand dollars in the Child's Aid Association, which they will draw when 21 or 25, or sooner if death will overtake them. L. J. Wood, secretary; Dr. Tut tle, medical examiner; Judge Reno & Son, gen eral agent, Phcenix. Ariz. PS LENA PURDY, Teacher of Dramatic Elocution and Practical Delsarte. If desirable, lessons can be given at residence of pupil. For Dartieularsadaress DOX522. Phoenix. Dr. Hardy, Practical Dentist. The most modern and difficult Crown and Eridgework skillfully performed. YOUNG BUILDING, Cpp. Commercial Hotel. - - - Up Stairs. DR. E, C. HYDE, DENTIST 9 E. E. FORD, Analytical Chemist and Assaver. Mineralogist. Metallurgist. A'l ores SEmpicd and assayed end cccuracy guaranteed. Mines end piospects carefully ex amined nr d extern and value of ore bodies" fur row 0., 6!1.d t,on'rol as.'ays a specialty. Gold J1.50; S.lver fO; Gold and Silver $2.C0. highest price paid for placer sold. Samplesby mail receive prompt attention. Prices cf ana lytical work on a; plication. Laboratory Jo. 18 North Second Avenue. Ordinance No. 193. ALL work guaranteed. Crown and bridge work a specialty. Prices to suit the times. Office and residence 20 N. Second Ave. Sun day Hours 10 to 1. Heal instate. J. T. SIMMS, kl Estate 1 1 (r; Si AM) CI1ICKEN8. How lie Was Reared. Ltfadlady "I do think Sir. Star is the most care less man I ever saw. He leaves his ' il I . iymj around bis room in such confusion." Maid "I've noticed it, fm. I guess he must have been raised a married man, mem." Detroit Free Press. MONT. BAUGH, Breeder of REGISTERED POIMD-CHIM HOGS Young Stock For Sale at all times. Also Barred Plymouth Rock PIJTfiirrjNO and Brown Leghorn - - - WllWulJl 0, Eggs $1.00 per Setting. Ranch 2 Miles West of Glendale. Notice. fa the Probate Court of Maricopa county, Ariz., In the matter of the estate of J. A. CrosB, deceased. Notice is hereby glvn thit Wednesday, the ojin uay 'i mrcn a. u. loaa at iu o clock a. m. Ol said day and lhe court room of said court, at the court bouse in the city nf Phcenix, county of Maricopa, territory of Arizona have been appointed as the time and nlai for prov ing tne will of said J A. Cr. as, deceased, and Sr hearing the application of Emma Cr06s for the issuance to her of letters testamentary hereon. Witness my hand &vA the eel of said court ihi 9th day of March, A. D. 1806. 31- C. W. CHOOSE, By J. P. ABCS, Dept. tlerk Clerk. MEAT MARKET, Notice to Voters. The e eat re 1st r Tor te ciiv of Phcenix for She mnnipip.l el-ti"n forth fiscal year 1895 Ii6 t' ofcur o" Mv 7, 1893 is now open for the leuistret'nn cf voters, at the clt recorder's Bfflcc. t the city ball The hooks f r registra 6on will close on April 22. ls5 ED. SCHWARTZ, City Recorder. J. A. LUTGERDING & CO. Fresh and Salt Meats. MUTTON, PORK, VEAL AND POULTRY. ill Our Meats Thoroughly Refrigerated Before Being Sent Out to Customers. oupenor uornea ceei, r resn sausage, Head Cheese and Bologna. . . a -.it . Orders Called For and Delivered. 142 West Washington Street. Postoffice Building, OWNER. 27 W. Washington St., Cor. ot Wall St. 8aloon. SUS. H. HIRSCEFELD.Prop. Imported and Domestic WINES, LIQUORS m CIGARS. PHCENIX. ARIZONA. An ordinance establishing and declaiine the grade o! streets in the City of Phcenix. The coicmon council of the Cily of Phcenix do ordain as follows: 3 rB03mx Section 1. Teat the grade of Center street from Van Buren street to the center of Jackson street shall.be and is now hereby established and declared to be as follows: Beg toning at the center of Center street at its iutereection with Van Buren street, at an elevation of 97 200 leet above the established datum plane (assum ing the reference point indicated on a store at the northwest corner of the Citv Hall niara to be 98.225 feet above datum plane); thence n? the center of Center street on a uniform gradl to a point midway between Van Buren and reStreet?' ,97-50o,fet above eaid datum plane, thence along the center of Center street on a unif orm grade to a point in the center of Monroe street, which noint Is 97.500 feet above datum plane; thence along the center of Center street, on a uniform grade, to a point at the cen er of Adams st eet, which point is 97.300 leet above datum plane; thence along the cen ter oi Center street, on a uniform grade, to a point midway beiween Adarrs and Washington streets, which po.nt is 97.300 feet above datum plane; thence along the cen :er of Cen ter street onaurnform grade, to the cetter of Washing ton street to a point which stall be 97.220 feet (wll ?ti,plaue; :her,ce alon8 center of Center street, on a uniform grade, to a point midway between Washington street and Jeffer son street, which point shall be 97 200 feet above datum plane; thence almg the center of Cen ter street, on a uniform grade, to the center of Jetiersou street wnich point Bhall be 97 140 feet above datum plane; thence alone the center of Center street, on a uniform grade.tr. a point where the center line of the alley would inter sect said center line of said Center street which point shall be 96.0:0 leet above daUim plane; thence along the center of Center street on a uniform grade, to the center of MadS street which poini shall be 95 2v0 feet a bo vS datum plane; thence along the center of Center ii V. viieie iUe cemer tine of the alley between Madison and Jackson streets would intersect the center line of Cente? street, on a uniform grade.which noint shall be 98.000 feet above dalum pCe thence along the center of Center street !?rn,atUTgrade)' l? he en ter of Jackson o'- W.hK;h p5mt of intersection shall bi 91.400 feet above datum plane Sec. 2. That the grade of Jackson steet, from lis intersection with Center street to its inter section with Seventh avenue shall be, and is vnw hereby, established and declared to ho toiiows: M. H UKLEY, If you want a loan on good real estate, "Keep Your Eye on P ascoe" He's got the stuff. LOANS AND INSURANCE. 15 S. Center Street THE LIVE BUTCHER CHOICE STEAKS AND ROASTS. BEST KEPT MARKET IN PBCENIX V XPKRISNCED CUTTERS, FREE DELIVERY IN THE CITF. Phoenix t Prescott Stae lb Via VULTURE, WICKENBURG and CONGRESS, Connecting with Santa Fe, Preacott & Phoanli railroad at Skull Valley, leave Phcenix daiii except Sunday at 7 a. m. 1ST Office with Wells. Fargo & Co. S-ti O. W. RKEHl.KAF. Aran STAGE LINE From Tncson to Nogales. M. G. SAMANIEGO, Prop LHES 7UC80N at 6 a- m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridavs. LEAVES NOGALESatfi'a. Tn nt, T,,ci.. Thursdays and Saturdays. ' inetastest stage line in the territory. Good horses and careful driver. Betiiinine at the intprpiant, r i . . Jackson street with the center of Center street which point is 91.400 feet above datum plane,' thence cn a uniform grade along the center of Jack-on street, to a point midway between Center street and First avenue, which noint shall be 91.450 feet above datum plane- then along the center of Jackson stieet, cu a uni form grade, to Us intersection with the center of i irst avenue, wnich point shall be 91.500 feet above datum plane ; thence along the center of Jackson street, on a uniform grade to a rnint midway between Firat aveniS in'? Second avenue, which point shall be 91.945 feet above datum plane; thence along the center of Jack f,nnSi?.thSn'an.u1fonn8rJde.to its intersec tion with the center of Second avenue which point shall bo 92.2.30 feet above datum plane thence along the cen tei of Jackson street, on a uniform gKa.le, to a pont midway 1 etwee second avenue and Third avenue, wnich poit shall be 92.750 ieet above datum plane; then?e along the center of Jackson street, on a mil iorra grade to its intmwt.m ;,h V". avenue, which point shall be 92.000 f.et above datum plane; thenee along the center of Jack son street, on a nniform grade, to a point mid way petween Third avenue and Fourih avenue which point shall be 91 5u0 feet ab .ve 7Z Plane; thence along the center of Jackron street, on a uniform grade, to l,s intersection with the center ot Fourth avenue, which Mint shall be 91 000 feet above datnm pne; t&nM along the center of Jackson street, on a uni form grade, to a point midway between Fourth avenue and Fifth avtnue, which point shall hS 90 500 feet above datum plane" tbrace ionS with Fifth avenue, which point shall be m nm feet above datum plane; thence i ilrSSg ; the center of Jackson treet, on a uniform grade to a point mioway between Fifth avenue and Sixth avenue, which point shall be 89 750 feet above datum plane; thence alone the center of Jackson street, on a uniform grade, to its inter' section with the center of Sixth avenuef which Pn,l8h,ilbe.?.9-500 feBt ab0T datum' plane; thence along the center of Jackson street on a uniform grade, to a point midway bltwS 8iXi?KTe-Jft"" aBd 3eTer tn avenuewhich potot shall be 89.250 feet above datum plane: thence along the center of Jackson street, on a T un form grade, to its Intersection wi.h the cenfer ?f Seventh avenue, whiee point shall be 89 250 feet above datum plane. "" m.hi Sec. 3. The elevation nfthi..,!,- t o .1. shalUia4aUtr,feTCtKi0n with Harrison street snail be 88.500 feet above datnm plane. The lillit Vnrt ;iReolion of t?e west side of Seventh avenue and the centre of the railroad track nf Snfn' P5rS2? Phoenix Railroad m pany shall he 89..V00 feet abtrve datum plane; the intersection of h. . .,ri7,.j fmnV 1. . vv'"'c ul raiiroaa tracx with th ormrter utinn un , 90.1)00 feet above datum plane. The noint of iin n7;,on 01 Nln'n RTenue with the south line of the northwt quarter of sec. 7, twp. 1. n. range 3 e.. sha 1 h ,nd i, ... 2 to he 90.000 feet ahove datum plane co"u"sueu SEC. 4. This nrrHnAnoa .Kail k . j &frre,f;eda4Taw,S of March, A7 nsir"1011 CUneil thU 4,h day Approved this 4th dav of Murch, A D 1395 ISEALl IlUPSn uiivmAV Attest: Ed Schwartz. Mayor m , , . City Recorder. I Date of First publication March 6, 1SP5. E. fc. BURLINGAME'S CHEMICAL D L1BUKAT0RY Established in Cnlnrcrtrt IHfic c.1 ?ail.or express will receive prompt and care ful attention. r Gold and Silver Bullion Address. 1736 and 1T3S lavreaee St.. Denver, Colo. ASSAY OFFICE s