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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN : THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 2, 1895.
3 A FOREIGN INDUSTRY. we use Millloni of Spilt Steel Kings, But Don't Make Any. "I've handled and sold forty thou sana gross of split key rings since 1867," said the little man in an over coat and a white sweater, "and not one pi them was of American make." "Why, how is that?" asked a New York Sun reporter. "Because there are none made in this country," replied the little man, , with a smile that lifted one corner of his gray mustache. "No, sir," he con tinued, -'the making of split steel rings is an art that we haven't got hold of yet, somehow, and I must say I often wonder at it." "Where are they made, then?" "The best, sir, are made about fifty seven miles outside of Paris, at a little manufacturing town whose name I can't just how recall. The next best rings are made in Sheffield, England, while rings of inferior quality, made irom oweaisn iron, are manufactured in Alsace. I don't know that the steel in the French rings is any better than that used by the Sheffield manufac turers, but the Frenchmen in this, as in so many things, have got the hang of making their things look well. The Sheffield rings are polished with oil and emery, and that gives them a dull steely look, while the French rings are polished by the dry process, with what they call 'crocus powder,' a sort of coarse rouge. What are the extremes in size of split rings?" the man was asked. "The smallest that I ever handled," he replied, "were three-sixteenths of an inch across. They are gilded when they reach this country and are used in cheap jewelry. The largest key rings I ever sold were two and a half inches m diameter, and those I sold to the wardens at Sing Sing. In fact, they are called prron rings. That key ring with the two little knobs or bosses through which you slip the key, is also a French manufacture, and indeed I have never seen an American key ring except that clumsy little thing where you have to move around a small round double date with a notnh in it. snH then spring out the open end of the ring mrougn tnis notcn. J must say," con cluded the little man, musingly, "I often wonder why 'we' don't make rings over here. Even now there's a forty-five per cent, duty on them, and they could be sold at half their present price and still bring a good profit. Why, just think, I sell over one hun dred and fifty thousand rings a year, and there must be millions of them handled every year in this country." MACHINE-MADE SPEECHES. Turned Out with Marvelous Kapidlty by a Kecent English Invention. There is no doubt that both the type writing machine and the phonograph are very ingenious and useful inven tions, but the chief difficulty with them, says the New York Times, is that they cannot be made to act auto matically. It is in order to fill this want that a distinguished inventor, whose name is for the present with held, has invented an automatic writer, and, judging from the private exhibi tion of the machine which was recently given in London to a committee of members of the Royal society, it bids fair to prove the greatest invention of this or any age. In appearance the machine is said to be not wholly unlike a typewriting machine. It. however, is nrnvidprl a sort of hopper, in which are placed oiocks oi type metal, each one of which is provided with a complete word, in stead of a single letter. When this hopper is filled and the small electric engine which furnishes the motive power of the machine is set in action it instantly begins to print. Of course, what is printed depends in a good de gree upon the selection of words which are placed in the hopper, but it is un derstood the machine can be used for almost uny sort of composition. At the exhibition already mentioned the hopper was filled with a supply of words relating to the English political situation, and in ten minutes after the engine had been started the machine had printed two-full columns, each of about the length of an ordinary col umn of a newspaper. When these were read they were instantly recognized to be a speech on home rule in the general style of Mr. Gladstone. The hopper was next filled with a choice selection of the very finest words in the lan guage, and the machine thereupon printed what was at once perceived tc be an essay after the manner of Mr. Kuskin on political economy. More words were added and three pages of what any critic would have unhesi tatingly accepted as a passage from a new novel by Mr. Meredith delighted the committee. The last experiment was made with the hopper filled with words taken from the Slang Diction ary and the result was a story in dia lect which was held to be superior to almost any dialect story hitherto pub lished. "What Good Roads Mean. Bicycling undoubtedly is doing more toward the construction of good roads in this country than all other influences combined. Good roads mean comfort and delight to bicyclers, increased value to rural property through the readier and more enjoyable means of communication, and increased value to the assessed property of a state, be cause farmers can haul farther to mar ket at a minimum cost. J. M. Batch elor, New York City. Immigration. F. J. O'BRIEN, TERRITORIAL IMMIGRATION COMMISSIONER Information Furnished Upon the RESOURCES OF MARICOPA COUNTY Phofcsnix. Arizona. Investments. PLANK INVEST- MENT. T make a sneclaltv nf mnnH in.uh.n. real estate in Phosnlx and vicinity. In every case the return is eood and the safe ty or the principal will be absolute, it you have from kiaa t imnnAt.i.... a e me or you may miss a good opportu nity. PtASK, 33 Bo. Center St. ADtaroainne The MratedFreucIi to, vammeaHiiDUDnn T HP" ormonei io cure ni iiiiuuiliiiu refunded Is Sold os a P08ITIVE GUARANTEE to cure any form of nervous disease fir anvr rlitnrdavAF tne generative or- gansoteitnerBex, whether arising? tiooa( Or; mi.it.n a rr rr n Tobacco orOpium, or through youthful indiscre t:ou, otct Indulgence, Ac , such as lass of Brail v i e, i,; r 'u8wuwii raiusinmf r.f.ck.SemmalWeakness.Hysteria, Nervous Pro ;iiuon, Nocturnal Emissions, Leucorrhcea, Diz i.uoss, Weak Memory, Loss o2 Power and Impo t rt.'.y, which if neglected ofte J lead to premauir c!d are and insanity. Price 1.00 a box, 6boxei lor ?j OB. gent by mail on receipt of price- i-(T GUARANTEE given fo! c . - ?o.00orderreceived, to refund themoney i) a permanent cure is not effected. We have !ionsandsol testimonials from eld and young V both sexes, whohave been permanently ciw''4 uy incuse of Apbroditine. Circularfree. Add'CJi THS APHRO MEDICINE CO. Western Branch. Box 27. Portland. Ob for Sale by G. H. KBEFER, Druggist, Phcanix ArisoB P O. Box 299. Hhoes, W.L Douglas 852 CUAP IS THE BEST Sif 09 H J FIT FOB A KING. S. COEDOVAV. FRENCH A ENAMELLED CALF. 43S Fine CalF&Kangaro!1 ' 3.5op0LCE3SOLES ;2.I750YS'SCHOOLSHOE1 SENDrORCATALOGUE Over One Million People wear the W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes All our shoes are equally satisfactory They give the best value for the money. They equal custom Ihoea In style and fit. Their wearing; qualities are unsurpassed. The prices are uniform, stamped on sole. Prom $ to $3 saved over other make. If your dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by WILSON & WARD, Fleming Block. Tae New Shoe Store. mi r - t j The Visitor to Phcenix Cannot remain because everyone the people. is 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 we will give you a pleasant drive, and at the same time showyou a most desirable property. Kittredge, Hotels. Sixth Avenue Hotel Co 40 Elegantly Furnished ROOMS I 40 First-Class Table In Connection. WALSH SISTERS, MANAGHBS. No Invalids Admitted. COR. ADAMS AND SIXTH ATS. THE PH(ENIX BAKERY EDWARD R1SELE. Prnn. This popular establishment has been refitted and renovated throughout. Every thing in the way of baking STRICTLY FIRST CLASS Ail orders attended to with promptness and to the utmost satisfaction of our pat ions. Free delivery to any part of the citv. PH(ENIX BAKERY forteFmE MESA AND GOLDFIELD STAGE LINE. VV A. KIMBALL. Prop. Leaves Mesa every day except Sundavat 1 p. m. ArnveB at Goldneld at 5 p. m. Leaves Goldneld every day except Monday at 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 Leaves Mondays and Fridays for Cave Creek . ihdui. luiuQ. opoim Biwuuuii given IO passengers and baggage. Leave orders at Golden Eagle Stables. C. M. 8TCRGIS, Prop. Telephone 57. Southern Paeifie Co. (PACIFIC SYSTEM.) Commencing April 11, 1895, trains willleave Maricopaas follows; fl.Hl A. M. DAILY SUNSET KT. Z'.TiU PRESS for points in California, Nevada, Oregon and Washington. ' 9.Qfk A. M. DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOR ,l)U Tucson, Benson, Lordsburgh Oemlng, ElPasoand intermediate stations. 4, A ( P. M. DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOB .rtV Yuma and intermediate stations. 5 .OK P. M. DAILY MIXED TRAIN .(JO for El Paso and all way stations. U.KfV P. M. DAILY, NEW ORLEANS tlLf Epress for Tucson, Benson, Dem ur, El Paso, San Antonio, Houston and New Orleans. T. H. GOODMAN, RICHARD GRAY. eu. Pass. Agent len. Traffic Manacei , San Francisco, Oal, m - c in n i m in Phcenix a day without knowing something about talking about it The fine Hedges Commercial Hotel Block. ipular Wants, 'v.. ...... i J migc, U 1JT 1U1UISUOU puiuu. turner jeiiexBuu auu r irsi avenue. SEVEN octave cheap. Box sauare niano for sale verv 861, City. Parties leaving TTTANTED A place as chambermaid or to VV do general housework. Call at Windsor hotel. FOR RENT Cottage houses, newly built, plastered, four rooms, $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 cneap for cash. Address Box 715. Phoenix. OR SALE Ten acres in alfalfa one-fourth sunuui uuuse. no Address Box 553, trouble to show property. Phoenix. CAN CAN RESTAURANT. Open day ano night. Game in season. Choice poultry INm.1i fi.h 'I' I- . I." 1 . . I'lvuiugu owj xuuxBuay. ireBU uysiers ai- wayson hand. Best equipped restaurant in Arizona. A. D. Walsh, Proprietor. Tomb stone, Arizona. SantaFe.Prescott & PhoemxR. R. TIME TABLE NO. 10, TAKING EFFECT MARCH 14, 1895. Mountain Time is standard used. No. 121 No. 103 STATIONS. No.104No.122 7 35a 3 05plv..Ash Fork..ar 12 45 p 6 30 p 8 40 3 55 Rock Butte.... 11 55 5 30 9 05 4 15 ...Cedar Glade.... 11 30 4 55 9 40 4 45 DelRio 11 00 4 15 10 40 5 CO .Jerome Junction. 10 40 3 20 7 30 6 00 Prescott 9 55 2 20 8 10 6 23 ...Iron Springs... 9 17 5 0 9 35 7 40 ...Skull Valley... 8 30 3 45 10 00 7 57 .... Kirkland 7 45 2 50 10 35 8 20 .. Grand View ... 7 26 2 20 10 55 8 35 .....Hillside 7 10 2 00 11 20 8 57 ...Cottonwood... 6 45 1 25 11 45 9 15 ....Martinez '6 30 1 00 1 00 9 30 .... Congress 6 15 12 35 1 20 9 43 ...Harqua Hala... 5 55 11 30 1 5J 10 05 ... Wickenburg ... 5 35 10 55 2 25 10 80 Vultnre 5 10 10 15 2 45 10 45 Hot Springs June. 4 55 9 50 3 20 11 10 ... Beardsley .... 4 30 9 10 3 45 11 27 Marinett 4 13 8 40 4 00 11 35 Peoria 4 05 8 30 4 20 U 45 Glendale 3 55 8 10 4 35 11 53 Hesperia 3 47 7 55 4 40 11 55 .... Alhambra .... 3 45 7 50 5 OOp 12 10 a Ar.. Phoenix.... Lv. 3 30 a 7 30 a Trains 103 and 104 CBrry Pullman combination sleeper and chair cars. Connections at Ash Forks with Atlantic & Pacific and the entire Santa Fe system: at Jerome Junction with the umtea verae & Pacific railway; at Prescott with stage lines for DrinciDal minine eimns: At CongresB with stage lines for Harqua Hala, Stanton and Yarnell: at Phcanix with Maricopa & Phoenix By. for points on S. P. R. R; This is THE BEST EODTE TO THE GREAT SALT EIVEE VALLBY For information regarding this valley and the rich mining section tributary to this road ad dress F. A. HBALEY, G. F. & P. Aet. R. R. COLEMAN. Hum. G. W. Vaughn. V-Pres. and Gen. Mgr. PhcBnis and Buckeye State J, 8. BASSETT, 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. nffiitA at Uua 1?Tit Unm TKJ lln. . .V- Harqua Hala stage every Monday evening. drives have captivated Mm Dobbins, OSSIONAL JL'hjlelans. DR. KfRKWOOD Physician and Surgeon. Ground floor, Washington St.. next door to Keystone pharmacy, and lungs a specialty. Diseases of nose, t hroat DR. J. H. GENTRY-Phvsicianand Surgeon. Office room 11, National Bank of Arizona building. Calls in the city or country. DR. 8WETNAM Office over National Bank of Arizona, Calls either city or country, promptly attended. Twenty-five years active W.EAL.ES' M D- ' CHAS. H. JONES, K. D. a. juma s WELLES-Surgeons and phy- offio i block. vmm m pos DR. AN CIL MARTIN, diseases of eye, ear. OmoBj3eiraild 'A4 and general surgery Omce S.E. cor. Adams and Center Bta DEc;?RRMAN-?ce ? Adn, and 9tn . T V. ""ito uours io w a. m., and lilht iViJ n1?.-, Diseases of women. Night calls left at DeWitt's hack Btand will receive prompt attention. Home Treatment. V ..i TT ?onw treatment. Those in- aLuenWeyS.blCk' VrS "SS D. ;'J38nV DNTI8T ALL WORK u.SoP18 reasonable. Room. ling. X C. NOKTrtK T T U TTTm N,o.&hN8i;rfSdtiet. Residence nix. omce hours, m io . t . m. Territorial Veterinary Burgeon! P" F VH?M,D' M 0D- c- Kinix, Ari X sona, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Offipo H (C7;u V0" YBn "iren street wlwi'J .rAe stable. Third, near for Consultation. .--...uu a.. ICICMUOIIO Nfl .il Nnflhavnn mask Cox. H. M. Willis, Jr. pOX & WILLIS ATTORNEYS AT LAW kenTxArioL 5' TMbd bnl1 GEORGU PDRDY BULLARD, Attorney at Ariz ' rm ' Thibodo block, Phoenix Webstbb Street. OTREET & FRAJITb-r C. M. Feazibe. S, Attorneys at Law. Office-Rooms 7-8. Fleming blk Phosnix, Aria FH. LYMAN Attorney at law Ofnoj . rooms land 2, Fleming block. umce- KURifB Z- FJ;RM1NG, Attorney at Law. H N. iUKXANDEB. , W, H. 8TIIWELL. A TwSLV-ATTORNEYS InF.Phcenta. Art. . " ""OTaJjank build- XTfl LLIAM HERR 1NG Attorney andcoun TV eeloratlaw. Tombstone, Ariz UBOaJi Willis j. hdunos. Wade H. Hdlinss. ' HUbG8& RULINGS, Attorneys-atLaw Rooms!) and 11 Pn,t v.,,!!, J w FT t H CAMPBELL, ATTORNEY8 AT Law. Over National Bnv - a A1 o. J. FRANKLIN. linnM..., Ff, & FRANKLIN Attorneys aid in hSSSTi0,1" faw. Rooms 11 and 12, M?ni , . uwuiji, -Arizona. Josicph H. Kibbet. (J c Tg..-. KIBBEY 4 ISRAEL, Rooms 2, 4 and 6, National Bank of Arizona B, . block. Phcenix, . . BAS8onAS:ATTOENEY-AT-w W. L. Van Horn. TTAN HORN A 7nPK- H. Z. ZCCK. V Attornevs Office in Heineman & Gmg.tS. lAvroliiteot. h "fiIN-Architee1 and Sunerim. j. ci. itoom 11, ITleming Block Fif teen years experience. Architect and superin tendent of the Fleming Block. openn- LW MORGAN MKTALLURGITetaT . lurcriflt th TTarAnna. r . fflBB1 Mmes examined" aTd reordTpon, asTys' made and chemical determinations of pre of every description. Residence North 'First avenue. Office, Room io, Fleming Block Engineer. TIT E. CONDON. Civil Er,oH... VV . maps and placs. Room 15 Wharton B Surveys, ilk. Pensions. I "fv. opened an office In room 1, 18 West JL Washington St., with Riddle & Gray, real S3 wuere i will attend to pensions If you JaTe a claim pending and need help come and see me. G.D GEAY Bicycles. 3. UrK.l9WUl.lJ Mamifnfn-.- . . ?2SouThOUc'' Corral. BURGER CORRAL, Northwest corner First ic fhAIand. vf"!'-' Pftt McUowan, Prop., wr?irral whe teams are fairandTsataent: recel"a THK STEWARr-Camp St., Tucson, Ariz The beat furnished house in the south west Special rates to traveling parties and theatneal ti-oup, Ww... Ho for White Hills MlniBg Camp ! Trt-Weekly Staee Line. Through in one day; 8-passenger, 4-hors , thoroughbrace wagon; change horses at Crosr ranch and at Mountain Springs: leaves Kin. man Monday. W edneeday and Friday at 7:80 a m., and arrives at camp at 7 p. m. sffme day. LeaveB White Hills Camp Tussday, Thursdaj -and Saturday at 8 a.m., and arrives at Kin man at 6 p.m. same day. Fare, J7; freight3c. ShorteBtand most direct ronte to'theNe White Hills mining camp. Stage office atstor the W. H. Taggart Mercantile company. Extr oonveyances on application. CROSS & CO., Prop's, , Kinsman. Aril. STAGE LINE, From Tucson to oirales. M G. SAM ANIEGO. Prod LEAVKS TTTrsnv of c . on Mondays, m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdavs and Fridays. LEAVES NOGALKS at 6 a. ThlirsdavR find Ratnrdflre The fastest stageMine'ln the territory horses and careful driver. Good "TTTTHEN in Presnott stop at the Schuerman yv house. Table the best; rates reason, able