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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN : THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 4, 1895.
3 WANT WHAT THEY CAN'T GET. How a Certain Little Human Weakness Affects the Furniture Trade "John," said a furniture salesman, the other day, to the mover whom he had summoned, "this bedroom set is sold, but it is not to be delivered just yet, Move it out of the salesroom at once and store it somewhere until I want it." "What's the use of moving it until you send it up to me?" asked the purchaser, idly. "Why don't you leave it where it is?" The salesman, says a Ifew York ex change, uttered a queer little laugh and said: "It is evident that you were never in the furniture business, or you would not afk that question, if I should mark that set 'sold' and leave it here in the salesroom in plain sight it would probably lose us several good sales." "How so?" asked the purchaser, with an unbelieving look. "It illustrates a universal weakness of human nature," laughed the salesman. "Everybody wants what he can't get, and there is nothing quite so attractive to the average buyer as a piece of fur niture that somebody else has bought before he came around. If I left that bedroom set out marked 'sold' half a dozen persons would say before night that it was exactly the set they wanted, and when they heard there were no duplicates they would fuss around en viously and nothing else in the estab lishment would satisfy them. "Eventually they would go off dis contentedly and buy elsewhere, though the chances are that if there were no 'sold' tag on the set none of them would give it more than a passing glance, while a fair proportion of them would purchase other sets. It is a lit tle human weakness, that is all." So arises one of the tricks of the , trade. When a dealer sells a piece of furniture of which he has no dup'.icates he hustles it out of the salesroom as quickly as he can, lest it lose hira other trade. But when he sells a piece of furniture of which he has- duplicates he puts a big "sold" tag on it and leaves it in open sight as long as possi ble for a bait to others. MERCHANTS AND CRAFT GUILDS A Sort of Trades Union That Existed in the Twelfth Century. During- the twelfth century merchant guilds arose in rll the towns of impor tance in England, and in the next cen tury a further development of town life took place in the rise of craft guilds. These associations were composed of the artisans engaged in a cer tain industry in a particular town. By the growth of popula tion, it is evident that when the merchant guilds had attained their first century there would be a consid erable number of persons dwelling in the town who would not be eligible to membership of the guild either as land holders or as the heirs of guildsmen. Many of these would be skilled in some pursuit or calling; and naturally they would adopt the best means of secur ing their rights and protecting their in terests by taking common action against the rest of the community. The earliest craft guilds were those of the weavers and fullers of woolen cloth, says a writer in the Westminster Review. The guild of bakers is nearly as old, and that of the leather dressers, or corvesars, dates from about the same period. At first there was a struggle between the merchant guilds and the craft guilds, as the one body naturally strove to retain its monopoly of the government of the town and the other endeavored to share in its municipal privileges. But the circumstances of the time were such as to quick ly unite the two bodies in a com mon resistance to the tyranny of the sovereign power, or of the great feudal lords. In turn, the monarch found it good policy to foster the towns, both with the object of developing their wealth, and so of acquiring a source of revenue for himself, as well as of bring ing into existence a factor to counter balance the overgrown power of the nobles. WHERE DIALECT RUNS WILD. Specimen of the Argot in Use Among Aus tralian Sheep Shearers. If the specimen of Australian dialect which Gilbert Parker gives in the Idler is a fair sample of what we may expect when dialect writers begin to work up that country, we have not yet seen the worst. Here is a little story which reads like a missing- word puzzle or a cipher telegram: "Tell ye 'ow it was. I toddles ' off to the shed, pulls down me tongs, 'auls out a bloomin' papillion, and was goin' down the whippin' side, both blades 'eavily load ed, w'en the boss drops and shot me dead. I takes a 'op skip an' a jump back to the 'ut, put two folds in the old shirallee, slings the 'og 'ide on the tall crocodile, goes up the river like a frog, sits down along sleepy Jim's muster and strips a hundred and forty by four o'clock next." And here is the inter pretation which Mr. Parker is kind enough to furnish us: "This is how it happened: I walked off to the shearing shed, took down my shears, hauled out a sheep, and I was clipping down the right-hand side with all my might, when the manager came and discharged me. I went back to the hut, folded up my blanket, put the sad dle on my horse, galloped up the river, stopped at Sleepy Jim's sheep pen and shore a hundred and forty by four o'clock next day." Hlioes. L Douglas shoe riT FOR A KING. 9. CORDOVAN", !4.'3P Fine Calf&Kangargh 3.S?pOLCE,3SOLE3. s25.o2.W0RKINGMEN'5 EXTRA FINE' 2. 1.75 BOYS'SCHOOLSHOti LADIES J ,.wv- BKOCKTOlfcMaSS. Over On Million People wear tbe W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes All our shoes are equally satisfactory They give the best value tor the money. They equal custom shoes In style and fit. Thslr wearing qualities are unsurpassed. The prices are uniform, stamped on sole. From $ to $3 saved over other makes. If your dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by WILSON & WARD, The New Shoe Store. Fleming Block. APliroditlne file Stated Frencli (fore, Srf "APHRODITINE" Is Sold os a POSITIVE GUARANTEE to cure any form of nervous disease or any disorder of tne generative or gans of eithersex, whether arising! from theexcessive ; BEFORE use of Stimulants, AFTER Cobacco or Opium, or through youthful indiscre tion, over indulgence, Ac. , such as Loss of Braii Power, Wakefulness, Bearing down Fains in the l ack, Seminal Weakness, Hysteria!, Nervous Pros tT.tion, NoctHrnal Emissions, Leneorrhopa, Diz sineFS, Weak Memory, Loss oS Power and Impo U ncy, whiehif neglected of tea lead to premature CM ase and insanity. Price $1.00 a box, 6boxei ft r?5.00. Sent by mail on receipt of price- A WRI'Ii'EIi GUARANTEE is given foi every taOOorderreceived, to refund the money il a i'ermanent cure is not effected. V e nav thon?andBof testimonials from eld and young of both sexes, whohave been permanently enrec l-y thenseof Aphroditine. Circularfree. Addrcsf THE APHRO MEDICINE CO. Western E ranch. Box 27. Fobtland. Ob For Sale by . H. KKKfc'JtK. Urugsist, Phoanlx Arion P O. Box 293. SAVE Til AND MONEY By taking the cheapest and quickest route from Solomonville to Sheldon station and Clifton, or from Clifton to Solomonville. Only nine hours making the trip either way. Green's regular mail hack leaves SolomonriUe 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 Solomonville on arrival of train from Clifton every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, arriving at Solomonville by 4 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, $5; round trip $7.50. We have a corral at Solomonville, where we Rive 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. GREKN & SON. Solomon villi. Ariz.. March 14. 1894. w, S3 La W A) The Visitor to Phoenix Cannot remain because everyone is the people. Being only one-block from the new "Inside" Property at Outside Prices. Call around and we will give you a pleasant time show you a most desirable property. ttr6(u6j Hotels. SixthAveRueHotel. A f Elegantly Furnished H-U ROOMS! First-Class Table In Connection. 40 WALSH SISTERS, No Invalids Admitted. Proprietors. COR.ABAM.8 AND SIXTH AVJB. -THE PHQ5NIX BAIEEI EDWARD E1SELE, Prop. This popular establishment has been refitted and renovated throughout. 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 city. PHCENIX BAKERY ForteFjIE 'MIST PILLS? Safe and sure, send 4c. for"womam s safe GUAKD. Wilcox BfiFievo,rnujra MESA AND GOLDFIELD STAGE LINE. W A. KIMBALL, Prop. Leaves Mesa every day except Sunday at 1 p. m. Arrives at Goldfield at 5 p. m. Leaves Qoldfield every day except Monday at 6 a. m. Arrives at Mesa at 9:45 a. m. NEW COACHES, GOOD STOCK, Catries 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 Southern Paeifle Co. (PACIFIC STSTKM.) Commencing Nov. 1, 1894, trains will leave Maricopaas follows ; 2 A f A. M. DAILY SUNSET EX !4tU PRESS for points In California, Nevada, Oregon and Washington. 7cn A.M. SATURDAY O.fLY, "SUNSET IOU LIMITED' forCaliiornia. 9 OA A. M. DALLY, MIXED TRAIN FOR !OU Tucson.Benson.LordsburghOeming, E 1 Paso and in termediate stations. 2t?f P. M. FRIDAY ONLY, "SUNSET IDJ LIMITED" for El Paso and New Or leans. 4,AC P. M. DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOR .4xrVJ Yuma and intermediate Btaticns. 5.QK P. M. DAILY MIXED TRAIN .Otv for El Paso and all way stations. U.K( P. M. DAILY, NEW ORLEANS t) J Epress for Tucson, Benson, Dem- ng, si f aao, ban Antonio, Houston ana jxew Orleans. T. H. GOODMAN, Sen. Pass. Agent RICHARD cttAii Stem. Traffic Manager, San Francisco. Oal, drug Rf STQBtsH in Phoenix a day without knowing something about talking about it The fine A. T. & S. F. Our prices Hedges Commercial Hotel Block. WANTED Everybody to consult the won der of the age. Madam George hag no equal in diagnosing diseases while in trance. Her wonderful magnetic Dower causes imme diate relief to all sufferers. She also develops your medium powers; reveals your entire life; brings happiness to your home and givei ad vice in business. If you have lost a friend or relative or have any troubles, do noc fail to consult the madam. Consultation free. MADAM GEORGE, The Windsor, 130 North Center street. WANTED Roomers at tbe Star Lodging house, southwest corner Jackson and First streets. Beds 25 and 50 centa per night. H. Rixen, Prop. w ANTED Experienced table waiters. Ap ply at once at tne creamery, jnanoney block. fOUND A key ring and six keys. Owner can have same by calling at this office. LOST On August 28, 1894, between Phoenix and the ranch of Geo. MeKall, a long, black pocketbook containing pension voucher and certificate and G. A. R. badgeB belonging to Geo. J. Knight The finder will please leave property at this office and receive reward. FOR BALE Ten acres in alfalfa one-fourth mile from west end school house. No trouble to show property. Address -dox ood, Phoenix. DO YOU HAVE NIGHT SWEATS? After a thorough search of two years I found a remedy which cured me in three days. Will send receipt for one dollar. C. F. Dickey, Phcenix, Arizona. AN EXPERIENCED accountant whose time is only half occupied, wants one or two small sets 01 books to keep, or win open, ciose or balance books. Balance sheets and state ments of business a specialty. Has had much experience in expert work on municipal, county and nartnershiD books. Charges reasonable. satisfaction guaranteed. The best of city and eastern references given. Office with the Lindsley Co., no. 3U South second avenue. James A. Ashford, Phoenix, March 28, 1895. Wanted Female Help. I WANT FINE SAMPLES handed your friends or neighbors. Send A. F. Wood. Perfumer, Wood Av., Detroit, Mich., 10c. for 5 trial bottles Satin -Scent perfume; receive offer to you. Printing. THE REPUBLICAN HAS THE BEST JOB Printing office in the territory. Good W or at reasonable nrices our motto. ! P. F. NILSOIM, JEWELER, THIBODO'S DRUG STORE. First-Class Watch Repairing. Florence and Globe Stage Line CAKBYIHeU.S. ! k Wills, Faegc Mail and Express. gITAGE LEAVES FLORENCE DAILY FOB ) Riverside and Globe at 7 o'clock, P. K. ; stops 1 night at Riverside and arrives at Globe at 5 o'clock, p. ic. ; returning, leaves Globe at 8 o'clock a.m.. arrives at Florence at 1 o'clock A. M. Good accomodation on the road, im proved line, good stock and comfortaDie stages, four-horse coach every other day. W. E GUILD, Agent, Florence. E. F. KELLNER CO., Agents, Globe. EUGENE MIDDLITOK, ProDrletOi B drives have captivated depot, it is are the lowest in town. drive, and at the same IrrCfttt r7 S. Hilj'l 17 Dobbins, PEOFESSIONAL Physicians. DR. KIRKWOOD Physician and Surgeon. Ground floor, Washington St., next door to Keystone pharmacy. Diseases of nose,t hroat and lungs a specialty. D R. FRANK D. D A RCY Physician and Sur geon. Room 10 Fleming block. DR. SWETN AM Office over National Bank of Arizona, Calls either city or country, promptly attended. Twenty-five years active practice. T. H. WELLES, M.D. CHAS. H. JONES, St. D. DBS. JONES & WELLES Surgeons and phy sicians, Tempe, Arizona. Office in post office block. DR. ANCIL MARTIN, diseases of eye, ear, nose and throat and general surgery. Office S. E. cor. Adams and Center Sts DR. D. M. PURMAN-Office Cor. Adams and Center 8ts. Office hours 9 to 10 a. m., and 2 to 4 and 7to 8 p. m. Diseases of women. Night calls left at DeWItt's hack stand will receive prompt attention. Nurse. MRS M. E. BUTLER -Professional nurse: twenty-one years' experience: nurses all contagious diseases. Residence corner Adams and Twelfth avenue. entlBts DR. H. JES8UP, DENTIST ALL WORK guaranteed nd prices reasonable. Rooms 14 and 16 Porter Building. Veterinary, JC. NORTON, D. V. M., VETERINARY physician, surgeon and dentist. Residence No. 127 N. Fourth Av. Office, ground floor, Mo nihon block, No. 44 W. Washington St., Phoe nix. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m., 1 to 1 p. m. Territorial Veterinary Surgeon. FO. RICHMOMD, M. D. C, Phoenix, Ari- zona, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist, Diseases of all Domestic Animals Scientifically Treated. Residence 537 West Van Buren street Office at the Golden Eagle stable, Third near Washington St. Telephone No. 51. No Charge for Consultation. - Attorncys-at-JLaw. MARK H. HEISSMAN, ATTORNEY AND Counsellor at Law. Hartford Bank buil ding, Phoenix, Ariz. GEORGE PURDY BULLA RD, Attorney at Law, room 9, Thibodo block, Phoenix Ariz Webstbb Street. c. M. FRazier. STREET & FRAZIER Attorneys at Law. Office Rooms 7-8. Fleming blk.. Phoenix, Aria F IT T V U A V At-,,.- .. t l m ....... ....... ,n, , u . law. rim I and 2, Fleming block. PORTER W. FLEMING, Attorney at Law. Rooms 20 and 21, Fleming Block, Phoenix Arizona. H. N. AT.RTA VniCR W II arTTnrvTT ALEXANDER & 8TTLWELL ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Hartford Bank build ing, Phoenix. Ariz. TV JIIiLIAM HERRING Attorney and coun selor at law. lomDstone, Anz Willis J. Hdlings. Wade H. Hdlings. HULINGS & HULINGS, Attorneys-at-Law. Rooms 9 and 11 Potter building. flTCH & CAMPBELL, ATTORNEYS AT Law. Over National Bank Df Arizona FRANK COX ATTORNEY AT LAW. rooms 1, 3 aiid 5, Thibodo building, Phoenix, Arizona. B. J. Franklin. Alfred Franklin. F FRANKLIN & FRANKLIN Attorneys and Counselors at Law. Rooms 11 and 12, Moni hon block. Phoenix, Arizona. Joseph H. Kibbet. g. c. Israel, KIBBEY & ISRAEL, Rooms 2, 4 and 6, National Bank of Arizona block. Phoenix, ------ Arizona. ARNE8 & MARTIN , ATTORNEYS-AT-LA W xucson, Arizona. W. L. Van Horn. H. Z. Zdck.I1 rAN HORN & ZUCK, Attorneys and Counselors at law. Tempe, Arizona Office in Heineman & Gill block, up stairs. Aronitect. FRED HEINLEIN Architect and Superia tendent. Room 11, Fleming Block. Fif teen years ex perience. A rchitect and superin tendent of the Fleming Block. JVI e tal 1 ii riclMI:. LW. MORGAN METALLURGIST Metal . lurgist the Harcuvar Copper Comtiany. Mines examined and reported upon, assays made and chemical determinations of ore of every description. Residence North First avenue. Office, Room 10, Fleming Block. w E. CONDON, Civil Engineer. Survsvs. , maps and plaos. Room 15 Wharton Blk. Pensions 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 helo come and see me. G.D.GRAY. Assavcr. A.J J. PORTERIE, A8SAYER, WASHINGTON street, east 01 v. u. fhremx, Ariz price for assays: Gold, Silver, Cop'r, $1.00 I Copper. $1.00 Gold.Silver, Lead, 1.00 Lead 1.00 Gold and Silver 1.00 1 Tin 5.00 -Btuyoles. HS. GR1SWOLD Manufacturers' agent and general commission merchant dealer in bicycles and cycling sundries. All kindB of difficult bicycle repairing skilfully done. 82 South Center St. 31a o li in e li op. LD. COPE1.AND, First avenue, opposite court house. Mining, agricultural and ail 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. BURGER CORRAL, Northwest corner First Ave. and Adams St., Pat Mc'aowan, Prop., is the old reliable feed corral where teams are well cared for and where everybody receives fair and honest treatment. CAN CAN RESTAURANT. Open day ana j night. Game in season. Choice poultry Fresh fish ever; Thursday. Fresh oysters al ways on hand. Best equipped restaurant in Arizona. A. D. Walsh, Proprietor. Tomb stone. Arizona. TOP AT THE WILLIAMS HOUSE, MARI- copa, while wauiiu for the tram. Good "t ! accommodntioiisand excellent table. TTH.OR'SNCS HOTEL REFITTED AND RE furnished throughout. Rtrictlv first-class In evtry respect. ROBF.RT WIT.UAy S.Prop. I -VTTirEN in Presott stop at the Schuerman v y house Table the best: rates reason able T STEWART Csmp M., Tucron, Ariz. The be-jt furnished house in (he siuth- 1 west Speois.l r-Ues to traveling psrt-'es and r i i ineaLocoi i-r-nips. i-ri' ifs hiwi.th ipouersie. iuno. o. ci.iiajL. rruprieirt-SB.