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THE ARIZONA hEPUBLlCAN: THURSDAY MOKN1KG, APE1L 25, 1895.
D KNIGHTHOOD. the Ter.ipiurs wa The Oder of founded in 1110. Mexico lm an order designated the Mexican T'uio. Hespe " ..--:n.i. lins an order entitled the Iron lW!t.. In tS3 t'i3 Order of the Knot was founded in -NTr.j:!es. Tire OiiV.t c-f Iho White Elephant is a SininoH? -o :' -. The Or der of Oneord is of Prussian origin, founded in 1009. The Orde r of tlio Lamb of God is Swedish, founded 'u 1504. Two oiiDKi.3 are entitled Lily; one in Spain, th j other in France. The Order of tiic Voreupine was es tablished in France in 1393. The Order of tlie Wing of St. Michael is Portuguese; founded in 117:2. T;iiEKB are said to be nearly six hun dred orders of nobility in Europe. In 13S0 an order was established at Cleves entitled the Order cf Tools. The Order of Albert the I!oar was founded in lS-'lG in the state of Anhalt. In 1014 an order was established in Palestine, the Xobie Order oJ Martyrs. There are over three hundred orders of nobility in the various states of Ger many. NEW AND NOVEL. Mebcury ivings are the favorite' de signs for brooches and hair crnamenta. The new taffeta plisse is the choicest material for gowns and waists this com ing year. The round globes have quite super seded the fancy shades which we have used so long. Among the new laces are those with the reproductions of dainty Dresden designs and coral branches. Fob your card party there is the beautiful new table, made in all the hard woods, with the chairs attached.. A veby pretty and useful screen for fancy work has pockets both large and small on the panels for embroidery ma terial. Visiting cards, both for ladies and gentlemen, are very thin and small, en graved in heavy Roman text, rather than script. The new derby hats will have lower crowns and wider rims, and the silk hats will be less bell shaped than those worn last vear. PERSONAL MENTION. A lively old couple were recently married at North Adams, Mass. Elisha Kingsley, aged ninety-two, led to the altar Mrs. Jul 'a Howes, who is in her seventy-first year. Mi:s. Cleveland's Lenten bonnet a mass of I'tima violets and so natural in appearance th.it ninny people refuse to believe that they are artificial. Capt. CHAKLE3 Gale, wlio now re sides at Sombre, Out., at the age of seventy-seven, was born at old Fort Dearborn, Chicago's historic site, and spent several years of his boyhood there. One of the most noted architects o1 Boston, Dennis Ue;ivdon, has bden total ly blind since his ninth year. lie de signed the p!n:rs for the lloston library. the natural hS:t-ry building and many other prominent edifices. Hon. Joshua II. Makvil, governor of Delaware, and arm. D. II. Hastings, governor of Pennsylvania, are both members of the Methodist Episcopal church. AN EXPENSIVE CUR-L. Origin of a Story Attributed .t3 Twentj Handsome Women. aauy uarriut a ursay was really, ae cording to ;Hr. ha la, in his remans cences published recently, the heroin' of a story which has been told in a least twenty forms of twenty diffeivn ladies of fashion. She was presiding at a stall at a vente tie cliante, oi bazaar, held in aid of the fund of soms asylum or another, when there came up the duke of Orleans, son and heir o: King Louis Philippe. The duke, afte some polite small talk, began to exto the beauty of her hair, and, indeed her Henrietta Marie coiffure had neve looked glossier and softer than it did this day. "Chr said his royal highness, "if eouiu only possess one oi tnose en chanting ringlets!" "How much would monseigneur giv for one?" asked Lady Harriet, gravely: "five thousand francs?" "Five thousand francs!" repeated the duke; "a mere bagatelle." "Six thousand francs?" "Anything so charming a lady chose to ask." "I will not be extortionate," pursued Lady Harriet; "we will say five thou sand." And then she very composedly pro duced a dainty little pair of scissors, snipped off the adorable Henrietta Maria ringlet, wrapped it in silver paper and handed it . with dignity to the duke. His royal highness looked very straight down his nose, and, re turning Lady Harriet's salute, stalked somewhat gloomily away. But his privy purse duly forwarded the money next day. Philadelphia Press. W hat It VTaa. The fair girl sat in her liou Joir at her ebony eserctoire writing' a letter. She showed every sign of suppressed emo tion, and her pen rnsed over the paper as if it would win hy a dozen leng'ths. She muttered to herself at times as if lier anjrer were too much lor silence CHIVALRY AN 4 IF YOU Want money Want a c uk Want boarders Waul a partner Want a Situation Wait to rent wms Want a servant girl Waiit to sell a farm Want to sell a bouse Want to exchange anything Want to sell household goods Want to make !iy real estate loans Want to sell or trail i for anythirg Wast to find customers for 'anything TRY THE REPUBLICAN CLASSIFIED ADS. an l her face was flushed, as if she were burning with fever. At last the letter was finished, and when she had sealed it she slapped it down on the desk with sueh force that the mag nifieent inkstand of bronze and silver fell to the floor with a crash, shivered into a hundred fragments. The gill's mother in the room below heard the noise and ran frightened into the hall. "Oa, Imogene," she called, in breath less eagerness, "what was that?" "Nothing, mamma," replied the girl, going to the door. "Hut I heard a terrific crash," the mother insisted. "Didn't you break something? "Yes, mamma. It was onlv my en gageinent with Mr. HackenberrJ" and the fair Jinogene returned to her escre toire and stuck a stamp on the fatal letter. Detroit I ree Press. Reminiscences of Oliver Wendell Holmes. When Oliver Wendell Holmes was in England in ISSohe found himself on one occasion at a "crush" in London among a great mass of people, including-some royal personages, lie satquietly in a cor ner, but presently, feeling- a little faint, and observing refreshments in the dis tance, he turned to an elderly person age standing near, whom he supposed to be a butler or something of that kind, and asked for a harmless bever age. The supposed servant brought this with great alacrity, and remarked: "I am very glad to meet you, Dr. Holmes." The "Autocrat of the Break fast Table" was a little taken aback, and the stranger added: "I am Prince Chris tian." "Dear me," said Holmes, alive at once to the joke, "1 have not had much acquaintance with princes, and, do you know, I took you for a waiter'." At this Prince Christian went off into a burst of merriment. "Where is my wife?" he said. "1 must tell her this. She admires you immensely." Off went Prince Christian to fetch the princess, and the genial American philosopher was soon the center of a circle of roy alty, greatly delighted by the incident. -London Correspondent Western Mer cury. The Kind of Cows ta Keep. A few years of grading up by means of using a thoroughbred male will give any farmer a herd of cows which will be a great improvement upon those of their mothers and grandmothers. It is well io test cows and know just what they are doing. The churn is perhaps the most satisfactory way of doing this. Keep a cot's milk separate for one or more days, being careful to get out all the tftam. When it is sour, churn it. The scales will tell, both with milk and butter, whether a cow is kept at. a proiit or . a ;t. Remember that it costs at least S3.") to keep a cow for a year. If she d J-':; not return this in milk and butter she i3 kept at a loss. If all such cows were discovered and slaughtered, the number of cows at the present time ivouiJ be considerably reduced, and at a great benefit to their owners. Hardly one man in twenty knows whether he is keeping his cows at a profit or a loss. They think it is too much bother to find out. They do not realize the importance of " the subject. It means dollars and cents, but they do not realize it, and go on wondering where the profit goes. Colman's Rural World. One on the Miner. The man at the little mountain grist mill waiting for his turn became im patient, and growled at the miller. "Now, did you ever," said the miller, "see anything so industrious as this mill is? It no sooner gets one grain crushed than it hops onto another one." ! "Pshaw," retorted the man, "I could eat it faster than your mill grinds it." "You could, could you?" snapped the j miller. '"Well, how long could you?" "Oh, till I starved to death, I reckon," j replied the customer, and went on growling. Detroit Free Press. i CHOP HOUSE Renr of Palace Saloon ! WING YUiN & CO., Frops. First class meats piepered by expert rooks at reasonable prices. Fresh oysiers-, nth and chicken daily. GARDEN CITY RESTAURANT THE OLDEST IN THE CITY. Enjoys the fceHstm d lie with f.adi unc-n. t'nys everything at s-imniuli prire and pi vet. the BEST2j-l tl' MEAL. Tuck, HSng & Co. 2? and 24 Washig-orr St, east f Jacobs & d. Private rooms for families. Ti ke p. $1.50. Single ni- ait 25c. Julverv. Chas. W. Stevens Cor. First & Adams 3ts.. UVEBY FEED AND SALE STABH. Good TurUuulft uh siiult lioti-. at all hours of the dav and night. Buy, Sell and Trade. Horse: Special attention to boardi n k horses . Hack Stand, t;olm Bro. Cigar Store, Telephone. 25: A slayer. E. E. FORD, Analytical Chemist and kayer. Mineralogist. Metallurgist. Ail -ores sampled and assayed end accuracy guaranteed. Minef and prospects carefully ex amined and extent and value of nre bodies fur nished. ChPck and "ontrol assays specialty. Gold 1.50; Silver ?1 0; Gold and Silver S2.C0. Highest price paid for placer sold. Samples by mail receive prompt attention. Prices ofana lyt'cal work on application. Laltoratorv No. 18 North Second Avenue. SOLID Through Trains From KANSK Cm AND ST. JOSEPH ST. LOUIS, Chicago, Omalia, Peoria, St. Panl and Minnf apolis, WITH Dining Ca" s, Vestibuled Drawing Room Sleep ing Ca:s, ReclinUg ohiir Cars (Seats Free.) 05 LY ONE CHANGE OF CARS TO THE Atlantic Coast! THE BEST LIKE Ktw York FOR BostoD, Washirgton. Hiiladei. ha, Ciocmrati, Magara Fal's, Pit'sburgh, AND EASTERN POINTS For full information Lddress H. C. ORE, Ass'ten'l Passenger Agt., Kansas City, Mo. Notice. The owiers of unnumbered Louses within the limits of the City of Phoenix are hereby notified and require d to have, on or before Che 1st day oi May, A. D., 1S95, all of said houses propef'y and legibly numbered in conformance to the ordiiiflnce of said eity. Failing so to do they will be proceeded against according to law. Bv order of the Citv Council. THUS. U. 51UI.LU1, City Marshal. Dated this 10th day of April, A. D , lMi-3. Summons. In tie District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory ol Arizona, in and for the County of Maricopa. LEWIS WOLFLEY, riaintiff, I vs. C. P. LKITCH, E. A. CUTTER, J. A. BRIGHT, W. F. I NICHOLS, NSI1. P. Mc- OALLUM, HORACE E.DUN- 1 LAP, P. B. SOTO, MAX MAYER AND H. A. JIOR- GAN, i Defendant. J Action brought in the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for Maricopa County, and the complaint filed in said Maricopa County, in the office of the clerk of Eaid District Court. In the name of the Territory of Arizona to C. P. Leitch, E. A. Cutter, J. A. Blight, W. F. Nichols, Neil P. McCallum, Horace B. Dun lap, P. B. Soto, Max Mayer and H. A. Morgan, defendants, greeeting: You are hereby summoned and required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff, in the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for Maricopa County, and ans wer the complaint therein filed with the C'erk of this said Court, at Phcenix, in said County, within ten days after the service upon you of this summons, if served in this said County, or if served out cf this said County and within this said Judicial District, then within twenty days thereafter, or in all other cases within thirty days thereafter, the times above mentioned being exclusive of the day of service, or judgment by default will be taken against you. Cviven under my hand and seal of the Dis trict Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Ari zona, in and for Maricopa County, Iseal this 'Jth day of April, A. D. 1SU5. J. E. WALKER, Clerk of Eaid District Court. By Lewis Jordan, Deputy Clerk. MACIIINl Capital Machine Shops Madison St. Bel. Center and First Ave.. Ptoenix, Ariz. Are prepared to do all kinds ing, Machine ol . . Pipe Fitti Farm Machinery. We have recently opened the finest equipped mouths will mane the repairing oi tnresners ana iarm macmutry a specialty. Separator Cylinders Skillfully Balanced. Sickles Ground and Repaired. E. E. E. E. LlNCOI.'. M. B. Webb. ti ltocJiJitiJKe. The Trask to 4! West Washington St., Health Resort. The best place in Arizona to spend the sum mer months. Altitude, 1500 feet; atmosphere, veiydiy. Water excellent, good table. Loca ted il a forest of live oaks. Send for descrip tive leaf'et. E. S. DODGE. Oracle, Pinal Co., Ariz. You Do Not "Realize what a good thing you are rciscirg fur jour children .by not giving them a policy of one or two thousand dollars in thi Child's Ail 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 a tent. Phoenix, Ariz. a Dr. Hardy, Practical Dentist. The mcst n odern and difficult Crown and Eridge work skillfully performed. YOUNG BUILDING, Cpp. Commercial Hotel.. - - - Up Stairs. DR. E. C HYDE DENTIST 8 VLL worK guaranteed. Crown and bridge work a spet ialty. Prices tosuit the times, uitiee and residence 20 N. Second Ave. Sun day hours 10 to 1. Heal JSstate. J. T. SIMMS, OWNER. 27 W. Washington St., Cor. of Wall St. Haloon. The Palace, SCS.H.HRSePHD,Piip. Imported and Domestic LIQUORS AND CIGARS, PHCENIX. ARIZONA. TELEFBOE NO. 78. 21 South Center St., PHCENIX. M. K. H UKLEY, THE LIVE BUTCHER. CHOICE STEAKS AND ROASTS. BUST KEPT MARKET IN PHGSJilX. IXPEKIENCED Cl'IIKBS. FREE DELIVERY IN THE CITY. isdlOlSBll! SHOP. and Boiler Work. shop in the territory, and during the spring LINCOLN & CO. -Wholesale and Retail- Grroceries, Crockery, Queensware, Stoneware, and Grlasswart , FRESH GOODS RECEIVED. DAILY. PHCENIX, ARIZ. EL PASO ROUTE " Texas and Pacific The Great Popular Route Between Short line to NEW ORLEANS. KAN8ASCITI CHICAGO. 8T. LOUIS, NEW YORK and WASHINGTON. Favorite line to the north, east and southeast. PULL MAN BUFFET BLEEPING CARS and solid trainf frcm El Paso to Mu, Fort Wiirib, l.'r'ssns, Sersphls i.d SI. Lcnu. FA8T TIIKE AND SURE CONNECTIONS. Uf-3ee that your tickets itad Texas and P&ulhc Railway. For maps,' time tables, ticket rates and all required iaformation, call on oi address anv of theticket aeentB. B. F. DARBYSHIRE, Gen. Agt. El Paso, Texas, GASTON MESLIER, Gen Pass, and Ticket Agt., Dallas. Te. Gila Valley, Glole & KoriLem R. R. Co. TIME CARD NO. 4. October 20, lSii4,at 1a.m. Between Bowie and Pima. Miles STATIONS. Miles from Bet. No 1 Bowie Sta'ns No 2 a. m. (Mountain Time ) p. m 10:00 l,y. Bowie Ar. 5:50 10:51 17.3 Bailfy's Wells 17.3 459 11:15 25.4 Rail N. Ranch 8.1 4:35 11:55 S4.8 Eolcmonville 9 4 4:05 12:20 39.5 Safford 4.7 3-40 12:3-1 42.7 Thatcher 3.2 3:16 12:42 45.2 Central 2.5 3:08 12:E0 47. S Ar. Pima Lv. 2.6 3:C0 P M. pM. Train No. 1 connects with Southern Pacific train No. 19, ea tbound, passing Bcwie Junc tion at 7:50 a. m ( -Train No. 2 connects with Southern Pacific train No. 20, westbound, passing Bowie Junc tion at 6:35 p m. Trains 1 and 2 run daily except Sunday and connect with stage lire at Pima to and from Fort Thomas, San Carlos, Globe City and Tonto Basin. The company reserves the right to vary this schedule as circumstances may require. WM. GARLAND, PresidtEt. STAGE LINE, From Tucson to "oga!es. M. G. SAMANIEGO, PROP LEAVES TUCSON at 6 a. m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. LEAVES NOGaLES at 6 a. m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. The fastest stage line in the territory. Good horses and careful driver. Fort Thomas and Globe Stage Line. BROS, Props. Runs both ways between Fort Thoiras and Globe every day. Special rigs for drummers or families when desired. SAVE TIME AND II 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 Solomonville 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 the interest of ail who will favor ns with their patronage. Commercial men and others who have to travel on odd days can always be accommodated by timely notice. Fare, 15; round trip S7.50. We have a corral at Solomonville, 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 patronace hereto fore bestowed and asking a continuance of the .same, we remain yours reppectfullv, N. GREEN & SON. Solomonville. Ariz.. March 14. 1S94.