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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 16, 1895.
FOUGHT UNDER WATER.
A Mink Drowned While Killing a Mask,
rat In an Adirondack Pool.
The muddled water of a half-frozen
cove down cn the flats told that some
thing unusual had happened not long
before. Plainer yet was the tale when
a stiffening furred body rose to the sur
face of the little open space of water.
Under the fringe of nearly frozen ice
a dark spot showed plainly to a wood
man's eye that a fight had occurred in
the water, and a .closer inspection
demonstrated that it had been a fight
for food and a fight for life.
A hungry mink had come that way
along a string of coves looking for
something to eat. The mice were shy,
and he could not catch them. Of fish
there were none, but a lone muskrat,
diving for roots and after a minute be
neath the water's surface rising again,
offered a prey at once a fighter and of
goodly taste. A mink likes to kill a
fighter. HS will go a long way from
brooks, upon hill and even mountain
tops, looking for one, woodsmen say.
He tackles martens or weasels, and is
especially fond of a big muskrat.
The mink crouched on the edge of
the ice a moment; then, as the muskrat
rose, he sprang for his prey. The musk
rat quickly threw up his head and
caught the mink by a paw. The mink
got hold of the muskrat's neck, a skin
hold only. They rolled and kicked the
water high in the air, throwing it ten
feet away into the snow. The mink
could have killed the muskrat had they
been in the snow or on the ground, but
in the water the muskrat was too pow
erful. At last they dived, and above
them the water boiled and grew yellow
with mud.
Under water the mink was as badly
off as at the surface. At last the
mink's breath gave out, and, letting go,
he tried to rise, but the muskrat would
not release his hold on the mink's leg.
So at last the mink, after much strug
gling, died. But his hold on the musk
rat's throat, though at first only a skin
hold, had later been forced back, and
the big vein had been cut. The mink
rose to the surface, and the muskrat
tried to swim away, but died, and rose
as the other had done.
THE SEVEN STARS.
A Htrange Superstition of the Ancient
Egyptians.
' In ancient Egypt the body of Osiris
was always sealed up in the ark dur
ing the month of November, because
the people believed that the seven stars
were seven brothers sailing their ships
across the sky and carrying with them
the souls of the dead. The people of
ancient Gaul believed that the angels
and the souls of great men held a
celestial festival on that particular
night in November, when both the full
moon and the seven stars were on the
meridian at the same hour. The Hot
tentots of South Africa and the Abi
pones of South America each claim that
the seven stars are their deceased fa
thers and grandfathers. Oakes says:
"Certain tribes in both Africa and
South America hold that the seven
stars is (are) their father (fathers), and
welcome their return with festivities
and much rejoicing." The ancient
Mexicans always sacrificed a human
being and kindled a sacred fire (made
of seven firebrands) on his back when
the seven stars and the moon were on
a certain meridian together. The Pe
ruvians also had seven stars cere
monies, but without sacrifice, at about
the time the Mexicans were carrying
on their paganistic rites. The ancient
Druids believed the seven stars to be
boats, which carried souls to the judg
ment seat of the "god of the dead."
A Thief's Clever Base.
' A man, wearing a large cape coat en
tered a London store when the proprie
tor was alone, and asked to be shown
some ladies' cloaks, as he wished to give
his wife a little surprise. After a care
ful inspection, he fixed upon one, and
asked the shopkeeper if he had a young
lady at hand, to put on the cloak to see
how it looked. The proprietor re
gretted that none of the ladies of the
establishment were in at that moment.
"Well," said the man, "perhaps you
wouldn't object to putting it on your
self?" The unsuspecting shopkeeper
slipped on the cloak, buttoned it, and
tured round in all directions. "Mag
nificent!" exclaimed the purchaser,
with seeming ecstasy. But at the same
time he grabbed the till, which he hid
Tinder his cape, and bolted out of the
store. The horrified proprietor rushed
after him into the street, where, how
ever, he was seized by the passers-by,
who dragged him back into his store in
the supposition that the poor fellow
had gone mad, and before he could ex
plain matters the rogue had disap
peared. What Querns Are.
The quern is among the oldest and
most primitive of mechanisms for the
grinding of grain. There is a fixed
stone and above it a rotating one.
There is a hole in the middle of the
upper, or movable stone, into which the
grain is dropped. A stick fixed into
the upper stone permits of it being
moved around. A wooden spindle runs
through both stones. It is a good ma
chine, but useless to-day. Iseverthe
less. the quern, with but very little va
riations, precisely as it was used in pre
historic times, is made and sold and
grinds its grain to-day in the Orkney
anil Uebridian islands. What a patent
flour-making mill of the present day
would cost we do not know, but a few
years ago a good quern could be made
in Shetland for about one dollar.
Mhoes.
W.L. Douglas
Q.l Q EJt C IS THE BEST.
kti) Qil via FIT FOR A KING-.
3. CORDOVAN,
FRENCH A ENAMELLED CALF.
43.5? fine Calf&Kangarqii
3.PP0LICE,3SOlES.
-EXTRA FINE"
2.I7BOYS'SCHOOLSHOEI
LADIES'
Over On. Million People wear the
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
All our shoes are equally satisfactory
They give tbe best value for the money.
in style end lit.
ire unsurDused.
The prices are uniform, stamped on sole.
Prom i to St saved over other makes.
it your dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by
GODWIN & CO.,
The New Shoe Store. Fleming Block.
APhroaitine
Th Ksklratsd French (fore,
ffured"APHR0DmNE"rf3
Is Solo oh a
P08ITIVE
GUARANTEE
to cure an v form
of nervous disease
or any disorder of
the generative or
gans oi eitnersex,
whether arisinc
frnmthAAYnpflRtf-A
BEFORE use oJ Stimulants, AFTER
Tobacco orOpium, or through youthful indisera
Hon, over indulgence, Ac, such as Loss of Brail
Power, Wakefulness, Bearing down Fains in the
back, Seminal Weakness, Hysteria!, Nervous Pros
tration, Nocturnal Emissions, Leucorrhoea, Diz
ziness, Weak Memory, Losso? tower and Impo
tency, which if neglected of tea lead to premature
old age and insanity. Price $1.00 a box, 6 boxef
lor J5.00. Sent by mail on receipt of price"
A WRIXXEN GUABANTEK is given foi
every ? 5. 00 order received, to refund themoney il
a Permanent cure Is not effected. W e have
thousands of testimonials from eld and young
of both sexes, who have been permanently cured
by the use of Apbroditine. Circular free. Addresi
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
Western Branch. Box 27. Portland. Ob
For Sale by . H. KIEFEK, Druggist,
Phoenix Ariion P O. Box 299.
SAVE TIE AND MONEY
By taking the cheapest and quickest route
from Solomonvllle to Sheldon station and
Clifton, or from Clifton to Solomonvllle. Only
nine hours making the trip either way. Green's
regular mail hack leaves SolomonviUe for Shel
don station every Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at 8 o'clock a. m., arriving at Sheldon
by 3:30 p. m, making close connections with
the train from Lordsburg to Clifton. Return
ing from Sheldon to Solomonvllle on arrival of
train from Clifton every Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday, arriving at SolomonviUe by i
o'clock p. m. We shall spare no time or ex
pense, to make it to tbe interest of all who will
favor us with their patronage. Commercial
men and others who have to travel on odd days
can always be accommodated by timely notice.
Fare, JS, round trip $7.50. We have a corral at
Solomonvllle, where we give animals good
care and plenty to eat and drink. Saddle
horses, teams and buggies to let Thanking
the public for their liberal patronage hereto
fore bestowed and asking a continuance of the
same, we remain yours respectfully,
N.GREEN 4 SON.
dOLOKoNViLLa. Ariz.. March 14, 1894.
Mm""
The Visitor to Phoenix
Cannot remain
because everyone is talking about it The fine drives have captivated
the people.
Being only one block from the new A. T. & S. F. depot, it is
"Inside" Property at Outside Prices.
Our prices are the lowestin'town.
Call around and we will give you a pleasant drive, and at thesame
time show you a most desirable property.
Kittredge,
Hotels.
SixtiiATenueHotel.
i r Elegantly Furnished ' A r
4-U ROOMS 1 1-U
First-Class Table
In Connection.
WALSH SISTERS,
Mo Invalids Admitted. Proprietors.
COB. ADAMS AND SIXTH AVE.
Bakery.
STAR BAKERY
PMilk and Steam Bread.
Bond, home-mad loaves. A full line of pastry.
Cinnamon Rolls. Call Cards Supplied. Hang
one out and our team will call.
SUmts. A. L FISHER, Prop.
ANSY PILLS!
DRUG II SflFE" AND SUAE. SEND4c.f0R''WQMA.S SAFE
STQfiESH GUARD:' Wilcox Specific Co-sPhila-PA.
MESA AND GOLDFIELD
STAGE LIKE.
W. A. KIMBALL. Pbop.
Leaves Mesa every day except Sunday at 1
p. m.
Arrives at Goldtteld at 5 p. m.
Leaves Goldfield every day except Monday at
6 a. m.
Arrives at Mesa at 9:49 a. m.
NEW COACHES, GOOD STOCK.
Cairies passengers, packages and accomoda
tion mail.
This stage carries The Arizona Republican,
the only 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 THE OCCIDENTAL HOTEL is the only first
class house in Tucson to stop at. Best of
accommodations and treatment.
LEVIN & URQUIDBS, Pros.
Southern Paeifle Co.
(PACIFIC SYSTEM.)
Commencing Nov. 1, 1894, trains will leave
Maricop&as follows;
2A f A. M. DAILY BUN8ET IX
;4tU PRESS for points in California,
Nevada, Oregon and Washing-ton.
7Kn A.M. SATURDAY O.fLY, "SUNSET
IOU LIMITED' for California.
9 Qfi A. M. DAILY. MIXED TRAIN FOB
!OU Tucson, Benson, LordsburghDeming,
El Paso and intermediate stations.
2Kfi P. M. FRIDAY ONLY, -SUNSET
IOU LIMITED" for El Paso and New Or
leans. 4, A fl p- M- DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOR
.JtU Yumaandintermediatestations.
5.QK P. M. DAILY' MIXED TRAIN
,OJ for El Paso and all way stations.
U.Kfk P. M. DAILY, NEW ORLEANS
. ,OYJ Jt press for Tucson, Benson, Dem
ng. El Paso, San Antonio, Houston and New
Orleans.
T. H. GOODMAN.
Sen. Pass. Agent
RICHARD GRAY,
Sen. Traffic Manager,
San Francisco. Oal.
in Phoenix a day without knowing something about
Montgomery' s
Hedges
Commercial Hotel Block.
popular Wants.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE A neat home
for suburban or country property, a lot
and 4-room house with bath, pantry, cellar,
porch arbor, shade trees and vines, city water
snd furnished, three blocks north from busi
ness center, convenient to school, in fineBt
residence portion of city. Enquire of J. M.
Gregory at Gregory House, East Washington St.
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AN TI D A girl for housework. 327 South
center, south ot steam laundry.
FOR RENT Desk and desk room for rent in
well furnished office. Call at rooms 1
and 2, Fleming block.
FOR SALE Ten acres in alfalfa one-fourth
mile from west end school house. No
trouble to show property. Address Box 553,
Phoenix.
LOST During the carnival near the south
east corner ol Center and Washington
streets, a heavy, plain gold ring, inscription
inside. Finder will be suitably rewarded upon
leaving at this office.
"ITTTANTEB AT ONCE A place to cook and
V do general housevork. Address G. R.,
Republican office.
WANTED AT ONCE A situation to do
general housework. Enquire opposite
electric car stables, K. Madison St. Mrs. E. M.
Lewis.
TO LET Fine new dwelling house, 5 rooms.
Rent J25 per month. Clark Churchill,
Commercial hotel block.
FOR SALE OR RENT A new brick dwelling
containing four rooms, hall, bath, screen
porches; also frame dwelling containing five
rooms, desirably located. Dr. Dameron.
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ANTED Situation by a first-class Japan
ese cook. Address A, republican omce.
DO YOU HAVE NIGHT SWEATS? After a
thorough search of two yeare I found a
remedy which cured me in three days. Will
send receipt for one dollar. C. F. Dickey,
Phoenix, Arizona.
FLORENCE HOTEL REFITTED AND RE
furnished throughout. Strictly first-claw
ineverv resDect. ROBERT WILLIAM8,Prop.
HEN in Prescott stop at the Schuerman
house. Table the best; rates reason-
able.
STOP AT THE WILLIAMS HOUSE, MARI
copa, while waiting for the train. Good
accommodations and excellent table.
THE
PHffiNIX BAKERY
EDWAKD E1SELE, rop.
This popular establishment has been refitted
and renovated throughout. Every
thing in the way of baking
STEICTLY -FIRST CLASS
All orders attended to with promptness and
to the utmost satisfaction of our pat
rons. Free delivery to any part
PH(ENIX BAKERY PorterJNE
COLORADO
Boot and Shoe Repair Shop
Work Neat, Substantial and Guaranteed.
PRICES REASONABLE.
T. F. HICKEY, Proprietor.
301 West Washington St. Two doors east of the
Vendome.
Addition
Dobbins, I
Physicians.
DR BUTLER COOPER, Physician and Sur
geon. Night calls attended from office,
room 9 Monihon building.
DR. KIRKWOOD Physician and Surgeon.
Ground floor, Washington 8t., next door
to Keystone pharmacy. Diseases of nose, throat
and lungs a specialty.
D
R. FRANK D. DARCY Physician and Sur
geon. Aoom iu neming DiocJt.
DR. 8WETNAM Office over National Bank
of Arizona, Calls either city or country,
promptly attended. Twenty-five years active
practice.
P. H. WEIJ.ES, M.D. CHAS. H. JONES, M. D.
TRS. JONE3& WELLE8 Surgeons and phy
J siciaus, Tempe, Arizona. Office in post
orhce block.
DR ANCIL MARTIN, diseases of eye, ear,
oin JS?eii.and throat nd general surgery.
w.wi. AuauiOBUUl.tiUlt!rS8
DR. D. M. PURMAN-Offlee Cor Adams and
Center Sts. Office hours 9 to 10 a. m., and
n(,. an,d 7,t0,8 p m- Diseases of women.
Night calls left atDeWitt's hack stand will
receive prompt attention.
A ; C0JTRELI" M- -General Practition
hey bui?ding!ea8eS0fWmen- Bm16 Ma"-
WW. BATTIN, M. D.-Physician and sur
i h! .geon' ,PTer twenty years' experience
wftetnc? an-'i,ihe ttment of diseases of
women and children. Office, No. 22 Second
mSs?.,0" Ke?de"ce corner Jefferson and
7 X fflc n0,ura ? t0 11 m -1 to 2 and
I.Jl.pm, N,Kht calls left at Dewitt's hack
stard will receive prompt attention.
Ieri tlBTs.
TVR. n TWKorrt. hihttikh m .
AJin,Yntfed nd Price8 reasonable. Room
14 and 16 Porter Bulidi ng.
T C- NORTON, D. V. M., VETERINARY
Nn i Ti ! Z"Ps"!iua aennst. Kesidence
127.N-?"r'h Av. Office, ground floor, Mo-
nix Offlk'?- 44 Walton s'pg
niz. umce nnnrv in io . .
m. j erritorial Veterinary 8urgeon.
"i " v i. a. ill., i to a n
FO. RICHMOMD, M. D. C, Phoenix. Ari
n,..?',Y?,tennary iwon and Dentist,
So iS "S" Scientifically'
ftK j. , ,V J"' oot van uuren street
,SF2fM. Third nea'r
for Consultation. "-01- unarge
Attornejrg.at-lAW.
TVTaSk HrBtSSAXATl6aY"A
ill Counsellor at Law. Hartford Rank wi
ding, Phoenix, Ariz.
EORGE PTJRDY BULLAED, Attorney at
Law. rrmm o irklk.j. iV J .
Ariz
, -i uiwuu UJOC&, moents
Webstbb Stkmt.
C. M. Frazieb.
OTREET Jt FRA7Tirn
5 Attorneys at Law.
umce-Booms 7-8. Fleming bit., Phcenlx. Aria
H T V vr a vr u ! I
-a i, burner &t law. Office
rooms 1 finrl 9 VIAmki muo
t
PIK X- FLEMING, Attorney at Law.
JT. Kooms20and21.Plemin.r BWt pUi.
Arizona. "
H. N. Alexander.
A ,w " u. u llli TV Bin!.
LAWRn5 WELL-ATTORNEYS
-A1- LAW Office in HurtfnrH S..V K..IU
ine. Phnenl-r Arl.
WILLIAM HERRINGAttomey andcoun
11 seloratlaw. Tomltm,
WILLIS J. HUT.IWIJH W . - T i n
UINGS 1CLING8, Attorneys-at-Lavr
Rooms 9 and II Porter hniirtin. VJ"'
F'lTCH & CAMPBELL, ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Over National Bnv TS. Ar
PRANK COX ATTORNEY AT LAW. rooms
Frizo'na3 5' Tnibodo
H T , 01 rajs alin Attorneys and
nSnoK"';.?--''" andTMo"
JOSEPH H. KlBBET. G C ISRAM
KIBBEY A ISRAEL,
. Lawyers.
Booms 2, 4 and 6, National Bank of Arizona
Phoenix. - . Iock . . A-
gisSTSTlTTORNEYliT
W.L. VamHobh.
TTAN HORN At jiipv
H. Z. ZUCK.U
V Attorneys and Counselors at law.
Office in Heineman 4 GiU w'cS, uSfrs.
W Bi,?5TO?".A1CHITKCT.PorterbIock,
Mi. ""uii, Anz uareiui and experienced
SiiT18'0? gl,T,en t 'he construction of brick
and stone buildings.
FRfJ HBpLEIN-Architect and Superin
tendent. Room u, Fleming Block. Fif
teen years ex perience. A rchitect andsuDerin
tendent of the Fleming Block snrnn-
T W MORGAN METALLURGIST Metal-
r-- uaiuufsi copper uompanv.
exsmined and reported upon, assays
made and chemical determinations of ore of
every description. Residence North First
avenue. Office. Boom 10, Fleming Block
Engineer.
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E. CONDON, nirfl VnaiT, . o
maP8 and plans. Room 15 Wharton Blfc.'
I HAVE opened an office in room 1, 18 West
Washington St., with Riddle & Gray, real
estate dealers, where I will attend to pensions
business. If you hate a claim pending and
need help come and see me. G. D GRAY
Assaver.
AJ. PORTERIE, A88AYER, WASHINGTON
. street, east of P. O. Phoenix. Ariz
PRICE FOB ASSAYS:
Gold, Silver, Cop'r, $1.00 I Copper. fl.00
Gold, Silver, Lead, 1.00 Lead 100
GoldandSilver 1.00' Tin s.00
IT 9. GR1SWOLD Manufacturers' agent
. "" sciieim commission merchant
dealer in bicycles and cycling sundries. All
kinds of difficult bicycle repairing skilfullv
done. 82 South Center St.
Machine Shop.
DTOELADTfirsTvenuPIposiW
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
line. Engines remodeled.
Corral.
BT7RGKR CORRAL, Northwest corner First
Ave. and Artams 8t., Pat Mc 4owan, Prop.,
is the old reliable feed corral where teams are
well cared for and where everybody receives
fair and honest, tresfment.
to
Leaves Mondays and Fridays for Cave Creek
and Phoenix Mine. Special attention given to
lassengers and baggage. Leave orders at
Golden Eagle Stables. C. M. 8TURGI8, Prop
Telephone 57.

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