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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 27, 1895.
SUCCESSFUL DEAF MUTES. There Are Nearly a Thousand and They Have a Flourishing Clab. Mr. Nixes, whose remarkable skill in deciphering badly directed letters at the post office was referred to in the Chicago Tribune the other day, is one of a colony of something like a thou sand deaf mutes in Chicago, many of whom occupy important positions. One of them is a lawyer of high standing, another is chemist and assayer of the National Smelting and Refining com pany, another is head bookkeeper in a wholesale grocery house, another is president of a land association. Be sides these the "silent people" in Chi cago are scattered among the trades, including shoemaking, cabinet work, wood carving-, baking and typesetting, There are quite a number of compos itors, the majority of whom work on the weekly trade papers. Until the adoption of the typesetting machines the deaf mutes were weS. represented among the Eiorning pa-pers, but now there is only one setting type on a morning paper and none on any of the evening papers. Heretofore a large number of the pupils at the deaf and dumb institutions have learned the printing trade, but since typesetting machines have come into such general us the authorities have discouraged entrance into this trade as much as possible, although it is one which pre sents no obstacles to the deaf mute, as Ve is only required to exercise the fac ulty of seeing in order to do his work properly. The Chicago mutes have an organiza tion known as the "Pas-a-Pas club," which has its rooms in the building on the southeast corner of Clark and Ran dolph streets, occupying the entire fifth floor. The first steps toward the for mation of this organization were taken twelve years ago at a picnic of deaf mutes in Jackson park. The idea proved popular and the club has flour ished ever since. Social and literary meetings are held regularly in the win tertime and pienics in the summer. Balls are given frequently. The most brilliant function of this character was that which took place at the Grand Pa cific hotel three years ago, where four hundred people were in attendance. INDUSTRIAL MATTERS. The value of standing pine timber in Minnesota was officially estimated in the last census at $60,000,000. Edible snails to the amount of 230, 000 pounds are annually shipped to this country from France. At the place of exportation they are worth about S4.50 per 1,000. Two hundred miners of Banksville, Pa., have accepted the proposition of Operator Roger Hartley and will run his mine on the cooperative plan, pay ing him one-fourth of a cent per bushel. Out of the total population of France (38,133,355 in 1891) nearly one-half (17, 435,883) derives its living from agri culture, 3,570,016 persons tilling their own land. In the last forty years the agricultural part of the population has diminished 10 per cent. Manchester seems to be turning the tables on Liverpool. Cargoes are now being sent to Liverpool via Manches ter, the steamer going up the ship canal, and unloading1 at the Manches ter docks, the goods then being taken to Liverpool by canal boats. According to an exchange, the bulk of fine gloves made in Russia are made from foal skins, an industry in which Russian workmen excel. They are generally cut and sewed by hand. Out of 500 skins from 1,200 to 1,500 gloves of the best quality can be made. Tea culture on a large scale is to be tried in the Caucasus by the Russian imperial domain, 150,000 acres of crown lands being set apart for the purpose. A commission of experts will be sent at once to China and Ceylon to study the methods of cultivation, and will bring back from China 100,0f)p young tea plants. Less meat and pastry and plenty out door exercise will overcome the consti pation you complain of. 'And if you eat liberally of baked or stewed apples the better. Yes, you can silver pennies with the covering off the back of looking galsses, and you can do yourself a good deal of injury by it too. It is always unwise to meddle with mercury, in any form. VICTORIOUS JAPAN. It was the custom, years ago, for the Japanese ladies to gild their teeth. Terra cotta sleepers are in use on Japan railroads. The increased cost is compensated for by the greater resist ance to decay. Mme. nissA Ohtama, wife of the Jap anese minister at Vienna, has joined the Roman Catholic church, with her husband's consent. Japanese politeness translates into queer English. "How is your honor able wife?" one gentleman will ask. "I thank you, honorable sir, my dirty fool of a wife is well," is the answer. The Japanese are now getting used to glass. At first the glass in railway car windows had to be smeared with streaks of white paint to keep passen gers from poking their heads through it. Gen. Sir Garnet Wolsei.ev says that one secret of the superiority of Japan's military system is that the profession of arms is held in high regard, while in China the lowest classes only are re cruited into the army, and soldiers are rather looked down upon. Immigration. F. J. O'BRIEN, TERRITORIAL" IMMIGRATION COMMISSIONER Information Furnished Upon the RESOURCES OF MARICOPA COUNTY Phoenix. Arizona. Investments, INVEST MENT. I make a specialty of sound investment real estate in Phoenix and vicinity. In every case the return is good and the safe ty or the principal will be absolute. If you have from SlOO to 161 0.000 to Invest se me or you may miss a good opportu nity, PLANK, 3S So. Center St. Aunroaume "APHRODITINE" S32 Is Sold os a POSITIVE GUARANTEE to cure any form of nervous disease or any disorderof the generative or gans oi either sex, whether arising fromtheexcessivev HiiFGRE use oS Stimulants. AFTm :-acooorOrimm. ort.hmiitrh vnnnifni inri,-a. ..jo, overindulgence, Ac, such as Loss of Brail jower, Wakefulness, Bearing down Pains in tn i ae!:,iieminalWeakness,Hysteria,Hervou8 Pros Ir&t. on, Nocturnal Emissions, Leucorrhcea, Diz Lintss, Weak Memory, LossC; Powerand Impo toncy, whichif neglected of tea lead to prcmatu7 c!u acre and Insanity. Price ?1.0O a box, 6 boiei ijr $o.00. Sent by mail on receipt of price- A WKITxEN GUARANTEE is given foi -. cry $5.00orderreceivcd, to refund themonev ii r j. c-rnianent cure is not effected. Wt havt thousands of. testimonials from eld and young of bothsexes,whohave beet permanently cnr"d I j the use of Aphroditine. Circular free. Addrosi THE APHRO MEDICINE CO. Western Branch. Box 27. Poetland. Ob For Sale by G. H. KISFEB, Druggist, Phoenix Arizon P O. Box 299. . L. Douglas $3 SHOEr:i;oHiABEK.i s. cordovan: FRENCH A ENAMELLED CALF. '4.3.sp Fine CALFilONfiARiia 3.5P POLICE, 3 SOLES. $2!jp$2.W0RKIN6MEN'5 'EXTRA FINE . 2.l7BOYS'SCH00LSHQEi LADIES' , SEND FOR CATALOGUE tf-L'DOUSLAS Over On Million People wear tbs W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes All our shoes are equally satisfactory They give the best value for the money. They equal custom shoes in style and fit. Their wearing qualities are unsurpassed. The prices are uniform, ttampeo on sole. From $i to $3 saved over other makes. If your dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by WILSON & WARD, The New Shoe Store. Fleming Block. Cannot remain PLANK I The 111 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 lowest in'town' Call around and ik&a time snow you a most 3 I Kittredge TY-T -"iT? VVir -t-Vf -.7,VfaHj --rstHVVrii? Hotels. Sixth Avenue Hotel Co 40 Elegantly Furnished A r ROOMS I fU First-Class Table . In Connection. WALSH SISTERS, MANAGERS. Mo Invalids Admitted. C'OK. ADAMS AND SIXTH AVE. THE PHffiNLX BAKERY EDWAKD 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 citv. PH(ENIX BAKERY Porter Blk. SY PILLS! DRUG SfiFE AMO SURE. SEND 4C. FflR"WaM4U t QQCC STflfiiSiH GUARD:1 Wilcox Specific CoPhila.Pa. 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 Goldfield every day except Monday at 6 a. m. Arrives at Mesa at 9 :45 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 FLORENCE HOTEL REFITTED AND RE furnished throughout. Strictly flrst-elast ineverv resDect. ROBERT WILLIAMS, Prop. Southern Paeifle Co, (PACIFIC SYSTEM.) Commencing April 11, 1895, trains willleave Maricopaas follows ; 2mA( A. M. DAILY 8TJN8ET XX I'iAj PRESS for points in California, Nevada, Oregon and Washington. 9.QH A- M- DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOR .OLf Tucson, Benson, Lordsbnrgh Doming, ElPasoand intermediate stations. 4. A f P. M. DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOB ,rtJ Yuma and intermediate stations. 5 .OK P. M. DAILY MIXED TRAIN OtJ for El Paso and aa way stations. n.Kfk P. M. DAILY, NEW ORLEANS eJU Epress for Tucson, Benson, Dem ng. El Paso, San Antonio, Houston and New Orleans. T. H. GOODMAN, Gen, Pass. Agent RICHARD GRAY, K Gen. Traffic Manaeei. San Francisco, Oal, isitor to Phoenix in Phoenix a day without knowing something about we will give you a pleasant' drive, an i at the same jSji desirable property. Hedges Commercial Hotel Block. FOUND On Grand avenue near Five Points, pair gold bowed spectacles. Owner will please call at this office. WANTED Aipartner for the best paying business in Phoenix with f 1000. Address X. Z., care Republican. WANTED To buy or rent within fourmiles of Phoenix small house, and from five to twenty acres of land. Apply P. Farley House. FOR SALE Good lunch stand. Inquire at McNamara's, corner Second and Washing ton streets, Phoenix. J ANTED A girl foi general housework. Apply rrasx kessier tirocery uo. w "ANTED Good girl to wait on table. Call ai ieLDuu nouse restaurant. I70RSALE One-half interest in anice, clean, profitable business, small capital required. Address A. B. this office. T O LET A furnished house. Apply at the Hub VL thing company, near postomce. FOR RENT Cottage houses, newly nuilt, plastered, four roomR, $10. Corner Grant and First Sts. , two blocks from Lamson's col lege. FOR SALE Two lots in Orchard Grove nicely improved with good fruit and shade trees. Also two good lots in Capitol addition. Will sell cheap for cash. Address Box 715, Phoenix. LOST On August 28, 1894, between Phoenix and the ranch of Geo. McFall, a long, black pocketbeok containing pension voucher and certificate and G. A. R. badges belonging to Geo. J. Knight The finder will please leave property at this office and receive reward. FOR SALE Ten acres in alfalfa one-fourth mile from west end school house. No trouble to show property. Address Box 553, Phoenix. AN EXPERIENCED accountant whose time is only half occupied, wants one or two small sets of books to keep, or will open, close or balance books. Balance sheets and state ments of business a specialty. Has had much experience in expertworkon municipal, county and partnership books. Charges reasonable, satisfaction guaranteed. The best of city and eastern references given. Office with the Lihdsley Co., No. 30 South Second avenue. James A. Ashford. Phoenix, March 28, 1895. Chichester English Diamond Brand. ENNYROYAL PILLS ,-"V Original mud Only Genuine A always reliable, ladies aik L nSFStik SfSSti S?ji.?5 ! boxes, sealed with blue ribbon. Take jy no other. Refuse dangcrou substittf v tions and imitationM. At Droggiata, raend4c in stars pa for particulars, testimonials and " Keller ror iaie," n icuer, oj reran CfalhetrChemlculCo,.Madlfton HoaaFo. Sold bj ail Local Druggists. f hllailak, Fa. Leaves Mondays and Fridays for Cave Creek and Phcenix Mine. Special attention given to passengers and baggage. Leave orders at Golden Eagle Stables! C. M. 8TURGIS, Prop. Telephone 57. Pkaix and Buckeye Stage J, S. BASSJETT, Prop, leaves Phoenix Mondays and Fridays at 7:30 a.m.: arrives at Buckeye in twelve hours; leaves Buckeye Tuesdays and Saturdays at 7:30 a. m., and arrives at- Phoenix in twelve hours. Office at Mesa Fruit Store. This line meets the Harqua Hala stage every Monday evening. 2 3 JrWHj & Dobbins i I'll ysf olaii h. DR. KIKKWOOD Physician and Surgeon. Ground floor, Washington St., next door to Keystone pharmacy. Diseasesof nose, throat and lungs a specialty. R. FRANK D. DARCY Physician and Snr- Beuu. aoom iu b leming diock. DR. 8WETNM-Offlee over National Bank of Arizona, Calls either city or country. promptly attended. Twenty-five years active practice. F. F. WELLES. M.d' fHls w .Tnvwa r n DRS. JONES & WELLES Surgeons and'ph'y sicians.Tempe, Arizona. Office in post omce block. TR ANCIL MARTIN, diseases of eye, ear, c T mroai ana general surgery. Office S. E. cor. Adams and Center Sts TTiR. D.M. PURMAN-Office Cor Adams and I CpnturRtG l n ,n . oT a T - X VI """.c uvura a tu iu a. m., ana Nih n ',t0r 8 D- - Dwases of women. uui iKn aiuewitt's hackstand will receive prompt attention. Home Treaimeiit, V t.l. j treatment rnose ln- i r'frfed can learn more about it at room i,t"1lllk. over Dorris Bros', store. Mrs. TTIAVI T.oHiue . x T)n..KD?' DENTIST ALL WORK I w Imuran ttvoi rH n n and 16 Porter Bnildine. Veterinary. JC. ITOfiTON, D. V. M., VETERINAKY pnTSlCian. siir?enTl HrtHonHaT nii nmZ, ' .V ''asumgion at., rnoa nix. Office hourB. in ton.- i A m. Territorial Veterina9' v' 0. RICHMOMD, M. D. C Phoenix. Ari Di. J?S?.iy?ferma7 Sur?80n nd Dentist, TJio?fS8lall Pome8tio Animals Scientifically OffiSaV td6065 West Van Buren street w?2? .he ldeh Eagle stable, Third near Attorneyg-at-Jjaw, Frank PnT tt C n. ai. VY11.L1S, JR. "(OX & WILLI 3 ATTORNEYS AT LAW GEORGE PURDY BULLA ED, Attorney at VJ Law, room 9, Thibodo bno. Phii. Ariz ' - Webstkb Street. C. M. Fkazieb. CTREET & FRAZTHR Q. Attorneys at Law. umce-Rooms 7-8. Fleming blk., Phcenix, Aria F?LYMANr;A2orney at la. Office . rooms 1 and 2, Fleming block. I ' .' - 1 -ii-ht, Attorney at Law. Arizona01"8 21, Flem,n B1et, Phcenix .IIKI'MK W B"f .... . - H. N. Alexander. " w rr o A LEXANnPl? x. qtttwwtt . & pAlitW. .Pfflce m Hartford Bank bnild- TILLIAM HERRING Attorney anacoun- dv,ui i-Attw. xuiuusione, Arxz MA5K H. HEISSMAN, ATTORNEY AND I .nlinco nr at T n-i-; i i . ... PhSnixTIriz: J-iiiDOQO ouuaing, Willis J. Hclings. wmu rrr,,- ULINGS & HULINGS, Attorneys-at-Law Rooms 9 and 11 Porter hni Mi ,,, w- tjITCH & CAMPBELI,, ATTORNEYS AT is. J. franklin. Alfred Franklin. FRANKLIN & FRANKLIN Attorneys and h?nhWb8eiKreaLaw- Romsll andl2, Moni hon block. Phoenix, Arizona. Joseph H. Kibbet. i c Israih KIBBEY & ISRAEL", . , Lawyers. Rooms 2, 4 and 6, National Bank of Arizona Phoenix. - . b.l0Ck: . XA A Abulia, BA TuMA:ATT0SNEY8-AT-w W. L. Van Horn. TTiTJ X -7TTnr- H. Z. Zuck. V " ufa i, v n , Attorneys and Counselors at law. 0ffl . , Tempe, Arizona Office in Heineman & Gill block, up stairs. r - . -muuiiwi ana Huperin tendent. Room 11, Fleming Block Fif teen years ex perience. A rchitect and superin tendent of the Fleming Block. ""l"11 TTIRRfl TTlflxrT.li'rv . . T W MORGAN METALLURGIST - Metal- iui6i mo mrcuTiu uopper company. Mines examined and reported upon, assays made aud chemical determinations of ore of every description. Residence North First avenue. Office. Room 10, Fleming Block Engineer. WE. CONDON, Civil Engineer. Surveys, """PS and plans. Room 15 WhartonBlk. 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 helt) come and see me. '. D. GRAY. Assaver, A J- PORTERIE, ASSAYER, WASHINGTON --E . abreei., easi oi r. j. rncemx, Ariz r, , racE for assays: Go d.Silver, Cop'r, ?1.00 I Copper J1.00 Gold.Silver, Lead, 1.00 Lead l.oo Gold and Silver 1.00 1 Tin 5 00 Bicycles. TT S. GRISWOLD-Manufacturers' agent - . "" gcuerm commission merchant dealer in bicycles and cycling sundries. All kinds of difficult bicycle repairing skilfully done. 82 South Center St. Corral. BURGER CORRAL, Northwest corner First Ave. and Adam St., Pat Mc'4owan, Prop., is the old reliable feed corral where teams are well cared for and where everybody receives fair and honest treatment. THE STE V AR r Camp St., Tucson, Aria The best furnished house in the south west Special rates to traveling parties and theatrical trnups. Prices alwavs moderate MRS. B. STEWART, Proprietress. ' Bo for White Hills Mining Camp ! TrI-Weekly Stace Line. Through in one day: 8-passenger, 4-horst thoroughbrace wagon; change horses at Crosr ranch and at Mountain Springs: leaves Kino, man Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 7:30 a m., and arrives at camp at 7 o. m. same day Leaves White Hills Camp t nssday, Thursda and Saturday at 8 a. m., and arrives at Kin nmn at 6 p. m. same dav. Fare, 57; freight3c. Shortest and most direct route to the Nev Whits Hill? mining camp. Stare office at stort the W. H. Taggart Hfereaiitiie company. Extn conveyances on application. CROSS CO., Trap's, Kingmtn. Aril. rpHS REPUBLICAN HAS THE BEST JOB JL Printing office in the territory. Goad Work Btrfflsonfl hlf. titIpo nnr motto. rpiIE UOCliiK.M AL, tiOXni. is me only first JL c!as? house in Tucson to sfop at. Best of accommodations and treatment. LEVIN & URQUIDES, Pros.