THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 10. 1895,
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PHCENIX. APRIL 10. 1895.
CALL FOR A REPUBLICAN CITY
Notice is hereby given that a Republican City
Convention will be held at the city hall in the
city of Phoecix , April 16th, 1895, at 7 o'clock
p. m., for the purpose of nominating candi
dates for cltyofllctstobe voted for at the en
suing city election to be held May 7, 1SV5, and
the transaction of such other and further busi
ness as may properly come before saicLconven
tion: that the number of delegates of said con
vention shall be twenty'-flve, and are hereby
apportioned to the different wards of said city
as follows: ,
Ward Number 1 shall be entitled to 6 Delegates.
Ward Number 2 shall be entitled to 4 Delegates.
Ward Number 3 shall be entitled to 8 Delegates
Ward Number 4 shall be entitled to 7 Delegates.
That a primary election shall be held in
each ward on the 13th day of April, 1895, be
tween the hours of 10 a. m. and 3 p. m. of said
day, for the purpose of electing said delegates.
That the polling places in each ward are des
ignated as follows:
Ward No. 1 Gardiner block; judges, C. J.
Dyer and Pierce Evans; clerk, Jo?. Porterie.
Ward No. 2 North Center street, next to
Wharton block; judges, I. N. Bell, F J.
O'Brien; clerk, W. H. Black.
Ward No. 3 McCarty building. Wall street
judges, J. H. Stout, H. S. Dunn; clerk, P.
Ward No. 4 Second street, nex to Hartwll's
gallery; judges, L. Fowler, F. Hartwell; clerk
That the qualifications to vote at said' pri
maries shall be as follows:
First Are you a qualified elector oi the city
Second Aie you a Republican, and will you
support the nominees of the Republican city
convention to be held on the 16th day of April,
1S95. By order of the Republican City Central
Committee. L. H. GOODHIOH,
Pierce Evans, Chairman.
want to vote you mast
. Voters having the welfare of the city
-at heart should reeieter.
Tierce Evans is mentioned aa a pos
sibility for mavor. Mr. EvariB would
make a splendid officer.
The Dukango & San Diego road is
likely to reach Phoenix ftpm the north
almost before the people realize that it
will really be built.
16 TO l.
ELECTRICITY AS A PLAYTHINC.
There is, and with good reason, a
wholesome fear present in the minds of
most persona when they are brought in
contact with electric power sufficiently
strong to be conspicuous in demonstra
tion. There is a sense of dread as in the
presence of what are called supernatur
al manifestations, and there is still
another fear made lively ty the uses to
which electricity baa been put for vol
untarily and accidentally inflicting
death. But the experimenting invent
ors play with electricity. Not in a sense
of idling away time, but in the sense of
handling it without fear. In a New
York paper a writer, who was evidently
new to such sensations, describes an
evening a party of ladies and gentlemen
of the Electro-Therapeutic association
enjoyed in the workshop ot Nikola Tesla,
the electrician and inventor who has
astonished the scientific world by per
mitting 250,000 v,olts of electricity to
pass through him without harm. The
report is written in a light vein, but
with no apparent desire to overdraw
the conditions as shown. Nikola has
discovered the art of transmitting elec
tricity without a wire, and promises to
make sunshine as soon aa he discovers
how to safely care for the 8,000,000 volta
necessary for that puprose.
During that electric evening 800,000
volts were let loose from intricate ap
paratus, and whirled about the big and
grimy machine shop on coils fastened
to- the walla. The air hummed and
throbbed with the tremendous energy.
Voices were drowned, eara were dinned
and the visitors were filled so full of
static electricity that sparks came when
they touched knuckles, and the liilie
arc lamp9 fastened on hund circuits
held over head were illumined simply
by holding them parallel with the coils
about the room. And then the room
waa darkened,- and the magician gave
his visitors a taste of what he humor
ously calls electric fireworks. He filled
glass rods with soft and beautiful light
without bringing them into direct con
tact with any circuit, but Bimply by
filling the room so full of static force
that it gathered in the pretty crystal
zigzags and made them luminous. As
one of the learned doctors put it in
terma poetical, it was a molecular bom
bardment, and about the prettiest thing
in electrics that one could well imagine.
Then the professor passed round a
sheaf of long glass roda about the
thicknesa of maccarom, but twice aa
long ; and filling a great ball hanging
from the ceiling with the wondrous and
mysterious force, which men are just
beginning to learn about, and which
the wise ones say is the sunlight and
the source of all life, he soon had his
guesta making fireworks, each on hie
own account, for each rod waa filled
with the throbbing,' phosphorescent
light, and the darkened room waa
turned into a veritable fairyland. And,
the learned ladies of the Electric
Therapeutical society, who know
more about anatomy and physiology
and the healing power of electricity
than a whole library of books, and who
can talk in four eylables without a
tremor, giggled and screamed, and
would not touch the instruments that
gave funny little shocka until they had
been gently taken in hand by the
masculine electro-therapeantios just
as if they were mere school girls learn
ing the A B Ca of electricity instead of
learned doctors and profeasorines.
And then the expert demonstrated
how easy it was to play with lightning.
In his own words the ease of the feat is
shown: "When I stand before an
audience and receive into my body a
charge of electricity of 250,000 voltage
power I do it to show how harmless this
agent can be made with proper han
dling. I am enabled to accomplish this
feat by the use of alternating current?,
and any able-bodied man not unusually
sensitive to electric force can perform
the same feat if he will use the same
machine that I do. I have simply
learned how to put the harness on that
amount of electricity. But 2,000 volts
from any other machine would kill me
as quickly as it killed Kemmler at Sing
Sing." And thus the atudy goes on,
and as the usea of electricity multiply,
its terrors decrease.
.. The Republican city convention has
been called for April 16. There is talk
of a citizenB' convention on the 15th.
Too much care in the selection of car
didates cannot be exercieed.
Yhere Am I At?
If you are in need of anything in the Shoe line let ns
suggest that the best place iu town to find your
self is at the New Casii Shoe Store in the Flem
Everything Desirable in Footwear
tAnd we guarantee satisfaction.
WILSON & WARD-
'Wood ins sods of
i h ur Li v i' v ' i 1 1 1 1 1 i
nC A I CDC I Kl
The Saturday Review's coupons are
Dot accumulating to any great extent at
the office of the board of supervisor?.
If the Review would devote more time
to making itself a newspaper and less
in trying to evade the law it would not
be compelled to come out, as it does
now, a reprint of the Gazttte. The mat
ter is readable enough in the Gazette,
but it is rather stale when it appears
the next week in the Review.
One of Lincoln'! Aoswerg.
Speaking1 in a recent speech of cer
tain Wat-liing-ton experiences in Lin
coln's time, 3Ir. Depew said: "While I
was there llr. John Ganson, of Buffalo,
was a member of congress. His face
and his head were hairless and polished
like a billiard ball. He was a demo
crat, but supported the president. The
conditions of the army were very blue
in the east and in the west. Ganson
came in one day and said: 'Mr. Presi
dent, I am risking my reelection in sup
porting your waeacasures. The cam
paign! seems very unsatisfactory. Of
course I will not give out anything' you
tell me. What is the situation at the
front?' Mr. Lincoln, in his searching
and sad way, looked at him for a mo
ment as if he were about to reveal the
secret of the whole army, and then
tumbled Ganson out of the reception
room by saving: 'Ganson, how clean
Tbe First Metal,
Gold, because it was found pure and
fairly tractable, was probably the first
metal used by man. Copper, it is true,
is found as a metal, but only in one
comparatively restricted locality. Oc
casionally gold fish hooks have been
discovered in graves in New Granada.
In mining a tunnel in Cauca a gold
hook was found in 1SS2 fifty feet under
the surface of the ground and beneath
what must have the bed of a river.
Copper fish hooks have been found in
many of the ancient burial mounds of
COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL.
Kearly all the gum arabic of com
merce comes from the great Sahara
Fbank H. Mason, United States con
sul at Frankfort, has submitted a re
port, showing loss in the wheat trade,
due to the competition of the Argentine
Beaukegabd Wilson, who lives near
Yazoo City, Hiss., worked nine mules
the last year and made 300 bales of cot
ton. After disposing of his crop at an
average of five cente a pound and pay
ing his expenses his net profit amounted
Montana last year made great prog
ress in the diversification of her farm
ing interests, and she succeeded so well
that her cities were supplied with hogs
from her own borders, her exports of
potatoes were three thousand tons, and
in the growing of fruits and berries
there has been a most excellent start.
Northwestern Magazine, St. Paul.
Tke U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
Certificate of Authority.
OrFICE OF THE TERRITORIAL TREASURER, t
PHXESIX, ARIZONA, APRIL 9, 1895.
I, P. J, Cole, treasurer of the territory oi
Arizona, hereby certify that the AtlasJAssurance
company, of London, England, has filed its
annual statement for the year ending De
cember 31, 1894, showing premium receipts in
Arizona for the year 1891 of $1,780.62.
Having complied with the provisions of arti
cle 1 of chapter 3 of an act entitled "Corpora
tions," approved Maich 8, 1887, is entitled and
empowered to do business in the territory of
Arizona for the year ending March 31, 1896. In
testimony whereof, I hereunto set my hand
and affix my official seal this 9th day of April,
1895. P. J. COLE.
t Our Mowers have no X
Standard Hasm?eove" Mowers, j
I Deering Dittt?pBuXatEakes, Mowers J
a11 kinds- lowers :
(tin i a i in nninnn i
E. KEMP CO.,
LJ A DrMii n "
Ptaix National Bank,
Paid Up Capital, - - - $100,000
U. S. Bonds to Secure Deposits, 50,000
Feahk 8. Belcher, President.
P. J. Colk, 1st Vice-President.
A. H. Haebcheb, 2nd Vice-President.
C. J. Hall, CaBhler.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
Depository for tile Territorial Funds.
The only Steel-Lined Vaults and Steel Safety
Deposit Boxes in Arizona.
General BaAii Business.
Drafts Issued on AH tie Principal Cities ef the World.
James A. Fleming. p. j. Cole
G. B. Richmond. t. W. Pembbrton.
B. Heyman. f. S. Belchek.
D. M. Ferry. F. M. MURPHY.
K. S. Lacey.
Capital .... $100,000
Surplus ....... 25,000
WM. CEKI8TY, President.
W. H.8FFPMAN, Vice-President.
M. W. MESSENGER, Cashier.
BUY AND SELL EXCHANGE.
Discount Commercial Paper and do a
General Banking Business.
Office Hours 9 a. m to 3 p. m, v .
Am. Exchange Natl. Bank New vn,i
The Anglo California Bank,
vr ! ' V'.v,', San Francisco, Cal
National Bank of Illinois Chicaeo 111
First National Bank ArK'elS
PrescottNational Bank Prescott. Arizona.
NATIONAL BANK OF ARIZONA,
Capital Paid Up '- $100,000
Surplus - - - '- 30,000
M. VT. Kales, Sol. Lewis,
J. Y. T. Smith, Chab. Goldman.
Geo. W. Hoadley.
The Bank of California,.. San Francisct.
Agency of Bank of California New York.
National Bank of Commerce St. Louis.
First National Bank Chicairoi
Farmers & Merchants Rimk Lob Aneelea
Consolidated NationalBank,....-. Tucson
Bank of Arizona ; . . Prescol tl
MesBrs.N. M. Rothschild Sc Sons.. ...'.".'.London.
M. W. Kales, Sol. Lewis,
Gtto. W. Hoatilkt. CaRhier.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
Bowie Station and Thomas Stage Line,
E AGAR BROS., Props.
Carrying U. 8. mail from BowleStmion viaSolo
monville to Ft. Thomas, connecting with stage
for Mobe. A daily line of stages is run be
tween shove points, connecting at Solomon
ville with stage line for Clifton and Upper Gila
at Bowie Station with the Southern Pacific railroad.
J EMON HOTEL!
The Best Cooks, the Best Service the Best Metis,
Single meals, 25 cents; Weekly tickets, ?4.50;
Monthly board, $18.
JIM YUEN, Prop.
The White House Saloon.
J. H. PRINCE, Prop.
PABST BEER I K (Vnts
ON DRAUGHT I " agass.
Fine Liquors and Cigars.
28 AVest "Washington Street.
Tie PbixBolfa Worts
Will supply families, pic-nics or outings with
soda waters (any flavor) during the coming;
season on the shortest possible notice.
Fine Table Mineral Waters Constantly on Hani
F. H. UTHMEIEB.
139 East Monroe Si
Caples & Hammer,
All orders will receive prompt attention.
Yard on SeTenth St., South ef Depot.
For a Good Team.
Grand Central '
Horses Boarded by the Week or Kontn at
Lowest Rates, Telephone No 96.
ALBRIGHT & MURPHY Props
One block south of Commercial hotel.
When in need of a good team or place
to keep your horse call on us '
C. M. STURGES & CO.
Third St. , rear of Lemon house.
DR. WKK Cninese Physician. Four
years' prac'ice in Phoenix. Nervous
and chronic diseases of man skillfully and
reasonable treated. Female sickness, etc., a
specialty. Theoniy graduated herb doctor in
the city of Phoenix. Patients living in the
country can be Seated by mail. Write for infor
mation. Consultation free.
436 WEST WASH1RGT0N ST.BeBAn
Happy and Content are the
Boarders at the
Because their appetites are first cul
tivated to a condition of natural
Healthfulness and then regularly
-nourished and satisfied by choice
viands, fresh vegetables and all'
palatable and wholesome foods in
MRS. A. WILLIAMSON,
Adams Street. Between Center and First.-
THE P-AI CHi
Rear of Palace Saloon
WING YUEN & CO., Props.
First-class meats prepared by expert cooks at.
reasonable prices. Fresh oysters, fish and
GARDEN CiH RESTAIOT
THE OLDEST IN THE CITY.
Enjoys the best standingwith tradesmen. Buys
everything at spot cash price and gives
the BEST 35-ClNT HEAL.
Tuck, Hing & Co.
22 and 24 Washington St., east of Jacobs & Co.
Private rooms for families. Tickets, J4.50,
Single meals 25c.
Chas. W. Stevens
Cor. First Adams Sts.,
LIVERY FEEB ASD. SALE STABLE.
Good Turnouts on short notice
at all hours of the day and night.
Buy, Sell and Trade, Horses.
Specialattention to boardinghorses.
Hack Stand, Colin Bro. Clear Store,
Notice to Voters.
A charter election is hereby called to be held
in the City ol Phoenix, Ariz., on the first Tues
day in May, Tuesday. My the 7th, 189A, for the
purpose of electing the following city officers,
(1) One Mayor for the term of (2) two years.
(1) One City Recorder for the term of (2)
(1) One City Marshal for the term of (2) two
(1) One City Assessor and Tax Collector for
the term of (-) v?ars.
(1) One City Treasurer for the term of (2) two
0 ) One Connrilman for the First Ward .for
the term of (4) four years.
(!) One Councilman for the Third Ward for
the term of (4) four vears.
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