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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 2. 1895 THE ARIZOM BEPDBUGH. DAILY AMD WEEKLY. MEMbKR OF THE ASSUCIATKD PKESS. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. PUBUSUD BY THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN COMPANY. BOARD OF DIRECTORS : Lewis Wolfley, Clark Churchill, J. A. Black, T. J. W'oldey, Edward Butt, Jr. Entered at the postomee at Phoenix, Arizona, as mail matter of the second class. Publication Office: 18 North first Avenue, Fleming Block. Telephone No. 47. BY CARRIER: The Daily Republican is delivered by car rierier in Phcenix at 25ctnts per week or $1.00 per month in advauce. Subscribers failing to get The Republican regularly or promptly should notify The re publican business office (not the carrier) in order to receive immediate attention, lele phone No. 47. 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Rates of advertising in the Daily, Sunday or SV eekly edition made known on application at the publication office. Or ring up telephone number 47, and a representative of the business department, will call and quote prices and contract for space. NOTICE TO BUSINESS MEN. No bills against The Arizona Republican Co,, or its employes will be paid by the com pany unless they were contracted upon the written authority of the management. UfF. J. O'Brien, advertising manager, and Harvey J. Lee, superintendent ol circula tion, are the only authorized solicitors for the paper. Iidwaro Butt, Jr. and HARVitY J. Lee are the authorized collect ors for the company. T.J. WOLFLEY. General Manager. OTJE MOTTO: 16 TO l. mm DP FOE ARIZONA. PHOENIX. APRIL 8. 1895. THE SILVER SITUATION. Yesterday's dispatches relative to the silver situation are more encouraging by far than anything that has yet ap peared in print, the quotation being The remarks credited to Prince Ho henlohe, the German chancellor, which were reported a few days ago, are cau tious, but they clearly manifest a pur pose to push bimetalism npon the at tention of the nations in interest; they show that the chancellor's statement in the reichstag accepting the resolution authorizing a monetary conference was not a mere tenative declaration but the announcement of a fixed policy on the part of the government. It is utter ances of this kind, no doubt, that has strengthened the market. Reading the chancellor's utterance in the light of his reichstag declaration, it is made manifest that the govern ment realizes that the prevailing de pression results in great measure from demonetization and that it is the part of wise statesmanship to do everything possible to remedy the evil. Mirbach, who moved the resolution in the reichstag, is very positive in his views as to the necessity for restoring silver, and it is evident that the gov ernment, in some measure, ehares his views. With such pronounced sentiment prevailing in Germany, it is scarcely possible that the proposed interna tional conference can fail to be a suc cess. In previous conferences Germany has been an obstructionist and her attitude hps had great influence over th8 action of the French delegates. The conversion of Germany to the causa of bimetallism will remove .re straint from France, and the conier- PS ww 4 ence, when it shall meet, will present the unaccustomed spectacle of three of the leading nations of the world working together to bring abont a re tarn to the bimetallic pricciple. Eng land may hold off for the present, but Germany, France and the United States will be able to control the situ ation so thoroughly that the British government will be forced to take some kind of friendly action in the interest of India. THE DURANGO LINE. The Durango, Flagstaff and San Diego railroad is the talk of Flagstaff. There is twelve miles of track, and twenty-three of grade ready for rails. ThiB is the Mineral Belt road now used by the Arizona Lumber company and can be secured by the new corporation. Other rails can be had readily. The thirty-five mile 6tretch will be profita ble from the start, they say. The projectors count on tapping the Jerome district. The annual product of the United Verdi Mining company's work is equivalent to 9,000,000 pounds of copper, 1,500,000 ounces ot gold and 7,000,000 ounces of silver. These figures look awful, but good calculators have settled on them as pretty nearly correct. On the way south the road in ques tion strikes the Black Canyon, Tonto Basin and Phoenix, thence via Yuma to San Diego. Distance from Flagstaff via Verdi valley to Phoenix, 155 miles, and from Flagstaff via Ash Fork to Phoenix, 253 miles. Proposed Bturage on the Verdi will aid the contemplated line. Connections at Durango are calcu lated to open the line to the east. The above li the general outline of the Du rango, Flagstaff and San Diego route, and the cost of continuation to Phoenix is estimated at lees than $2,500,000. another Street railway. A project is again on foot to furnish street car servicejfor the northeastern part of town. The plan is a good one, not only for the property owners of that section, but for the whole town. It is not desirable that Phoenix should be a Bhoet.tring town. The building of this road will tend to broaden the town and prevent the evil effect of a long and narrow city. Property owners of that section should encourage the bailding of the line to their utmost ability. The build ing of the line will double the value of property along the proposed route and persons in that part of the city should lend substantial aid. A monument has been erected over the graves of the 6,000 confederate soldiers buried at Chicago. It will be dedicated on Decoration day with ora tions by Gen. Gordon of Georgia and Wade Hampton. The flowers for the decoration are to be sent from the south, and several refrigerator carloads have already been arranged for, enough to cover every confederate grave in Chicago. Immigration into Arizona from the drouth regions of Kansas and Ne braska has been of marked extent in recent months, and Arizona farm lands are being given a higher valuation in consequence. Republicans herald the movement gladly, believing that it assures the permanent redemption of Arizona from bourbon Democratic rule. A Tccson girl, who has long longed for an opportunity, is going on the stage at last. In about six months she will long longingly to get back home where she will not have to eat biscuits at a twenty mile rate and sleep while the curtain is down. If San Diego is wise she will re-elect Mayor Carlson. If the people of Phoe nix had a chance they would cast a unanimous vote for him. We want the San Diego road and we want Carlson re-elected mayor of that city. A Louisville office boy killed a man the other n'ght who tried to rob the store where the boy worked. When desperadoes get killed by office boys it is surely time to enter some more lu crative profession. With all his celebrating, Bismarck is reported as not being much the worse for wear. But then Bismarck is an old man and can eland lots more than the young people of the age. Los Anqeiks has so many vacant, lots there is a move on foot to turn them into city farms for the poor. And a lot of iimeed Rvennps misrht also be put to the good use. Sdhd ! MAKE'.- HAY-: WHENv Our MoweA liave no Hassayamp Improve ments. A.11 are XJp to Date TJittto, Buck Rakes, Hay Stackers and Hay ing goods of all kinds. LARGEST STOCK. LOWEST PRICES. ! Standard ! Deering ! Wood THE HENRY DEALERS IN HYPNOTISM IN COURT. " They Use Tt in Their Intrl.'rns Learned . Men Pronounce Opinions. An interesting case was recently brought before the criminal court of Munich. A Polish adventurer named Luberz-Czynski had appeared in Dres den as a professional hypnotizer. Dres den has many rich people who have nothing special to keep them employed, and the man with the unpronounceable name found plenty of faithful follow ers. Among these was a lady of good family, beautiful and rich. The "pro fessor" declared his love to her, she accepted him, and there under ordinary circumstances would have been an end to the matter. Unfortunately, how ever, Czyuski had already a wife, and he tried to get out of the difficulty by a sham marriage, asking his new spouse to keep their union secret. But the high-born lady's relatives got wind of the affair and had the adventurer arrested, accusing him of having hyp notized his victim. Half a dozen learned myn, ssys tlie Echo, Berlin, were summoned from as many uni versities to decide whether it was possible to influence a person to such an extent that all resistance is impos sible. The jury failed to be convinced that such is the case. The charge against Czyuski, of having made the lady subservient to him without her consent, was dismissed, but he was convicted of disorderly conduct and of criminal acts against the public moral ity and sentenced to three years' im prisonment, with five years' loss of civic honors. The Nation, Berlin, says: "I do not believe that hypnotic influ ence is irresistible. When we see the exhibitions of professional hypnotizers we are led to think that they command obedience. If a hypnotized person is told: 'You are a dog,' he will begin to bark and crawl on all fours. But I be- j lieve that all such people are only somewhat stupid individuals who fol low no other influence than the wish to appear interesting or to please for some reason or other the hypnot izer. I have often discovered proofs of this. One man, for instance, was told that in a certain place there was a wall too high for him to jump over. He wont to this place and began to jump, but he always jumped backward! None of the great scientists who interest themselves in hypnotism have ever declared that they themselves could be influenced. It is impossible with a person feeling his responsibility, and neither judge nor jury could be influenced. Notice to Voters. A charter election is hereby called to he held in the Ciiy of Phoenix, Ariz., on the- first Tues day in May, Tuesday. M-y the 7th, isy.r, for tbe purpose or electing the lollowing city officers, to wit: (1) One Mayor for the term of (2) two years. (1) One City Recorder for the term of (2) two years. (1) One City Marshal for the tsrm of (2) two years (1) One City Assessor and Tax Collector for the term oi (2) years. (1) One City Treasurer for the term of (5) two years. (1) One Councilman for the First Ward for the term of (4) four years. (I) One Councilman for the Third Ward for the term of (4) four years. ED. 81HWARTZ, City Recorder. First Publication, April 2, 1895 Certificate of Authority. Office of the Territorial Trf. t surr, j PHCENIX. ARIZONA, A PRIL . 1K95. j I, P. J. Cole treasurer of the territory of Arizona, hereby certify that the Manhattan Life Insurance company of New York has filed its annual statement for the year ending December 31, 1894, showing premium receipts in Arizona for the yesrlS94 of $44o.67. Having complied with the provisions of article 1 of chapter 3 of an act entitled "Cor porations," approved March 8, 1SS7, is entitled and empowered to do business in the territory of Arizona for the year ending March 31,1X96 In testimony whereof, I hereunto eel my hand and affix my official 6eal th!s 1st day of April, 1895. P. J. Cole, Territorial Treasurer. Sloes and r mm We have on hand a large stock of Oxfords and Lightweight Shoes IN TAN AND BLACK which are just the thing for warm weather. Light, cgoI, foot form shoes, mean Rest and Comfort to the Feet. Try Them. WILSON & WARD, (Successors to Godwin & Co.) FLEMING BLOCK. THE-.- SDN-: SHINES. ! Mowers.! Mowers.! Mowers.! E. KEMP CO., HARDWARE. I -THE- Valley Bank, PHCEN1X, ARIZONA. Capital Surplus $100,000 - 25,000 WM.CHKISTY, President. M. H. SHERMAN, Vice-President. M. W. MieSENGEH. Cashier. RECEIVE DEPOSITS, MAKE COLLECTIONS, BUY AND SELL EXCHANGE. Discount Commercial Paper and do a general banking Business. 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Fresh nvctorc , ar chicken daily. garden city restaurant THE OLDEST IN THE CITY. Enjoys the best standing with tradesmen. Pays j .mug u,, epui i-aiii price ana giveb the BEST 35-CKNX MEAL. Tuck, Hing & Co. 22 and 24 Washington St , east of Jacobs & Co. Private rooms for families. Tickets. S4.50, Single meals5c. iilverv. Chas. VV. Stevens Cor. First & Adams 8ts LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE. Good Turnouts on short notice at all hours of the day and night. Buy, Sell and Trade, Horses. 8recial attention to boardinghones. Hack Stand, Conn Bros. Cigar Store, Telephone. 25: Ho for White Hills Mining Camp ! Trl-Weekly Stage tine. Through in one day: 8-passenger, 4-horaa thoroughbrace wagon; change horses at Croar ranch and at Mountain Springs: leaves Kin man Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 7:80 t m., and arrives at camp at 7 n. m. same dav. Leaves White Hills Camp Tussday, Thnr"sda and 8aturdav at 8 a. m., and arrives at Kin man at 6 p. m. same day. Fare, $7; fre!eht3e. 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