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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 26, lb2.
the mm nmum. market, and that the women can have their gowns as stiff as they please without the annoyance of heavy acd expensive linings. Now if some one will begin lo make their big sleeves from sheets of Iron they ought to be perfectly happy. .BiiWliiWfl;fMHMBa MEMBER Off THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. COST COST OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. PUBLISHED BY m ASiZONA REPUBLICAN "COMPANY. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: , lewis Wolfley, ClaA Churchill, J.- A. Black, T.J. Woliitjy.S'Iwai'd Butt, Jr. ot a Special Sale. Thb New- Yokk World says there is a law in that state which makes it a mis demeanor, punishable by fine and im prisonment in the penitentiary, to knowingly give reporters false inform ation for publication. There ought to be such a law in every state. It would be the death of a good many "Smart Alecs." Xntered at the rtostoifice at Phoenix, Arizona, as mail matter of the second class. Publication Office: 18 North First Avenue, PleminE Block. Telephone No. 47. OTJE MOTTO: ! aft W p 16 TO 1. sTAND DP FOR AEIZQNA. PHtEHIX, MAY 36, 1895. Apropos of the story that Mr. Cleve land bad given $503 to a man who named his triplets Frances, Ruth and Esther, the Cincinnati Tribune svggests that the father of triplet boys might make a successful touch by naming; them Cleveland, Grover and Dennis. Brazil may be hard up, but it can give this administration some pointers on finance. A popular loan of $50,000, 000 was offered there the other day and 564,000,000 was subscribed by home capital. The interest on the bonds will remain at home. AN UNBECOMING COMMENT. Said the Gazette yesterday morning: While our western Republican journals are shouting about their fealty to free silver, we call their attention to the action of the Oregon convention of this week, which by a vote of 2 to 1 declired empathlcally against free coin age. The only hope of free silver lies in the Democratic party, and through that organiza tion will it come. We must admit with some humilia tion and regret the hostile attitude to itver, shown by the Oregon conven tion. We can only hope that it is not representative of the sentiment cf the state. So far as it has been expressed by the newspapers of the state it is genetally favorable to silver. Bat whatever action may be . taken by small bodies of Republicans in remote parts of the country it ill becomes Democratic papers to engage in com ment while the' recognized head of the Democratic party is also at the head of opposition to the silver movement; while a Democratic secretary of the treasury is absent from his post of duty and activity engaged in dissemin ating gold bug doctrines; while a call is out for the Democratic press of the itate of New York to come together and subscribe to Mr. Cleveland's doctrine of "sound money and a siie currency." The oaly Democratic meeting so far held tor the discussion of the subject was held at Memphis last Thursday. Ihe gentlemen in attendance under took to pledge the south to the support of the gold cause. Another step has been taken toward a breaking up of the "solid South." Florida has adopted the Australian bal lotgystero, and with the prospect of a fair vote and an honest count that state can fairly be enrolled in the doubtful column. Nicaragua has paid Great Britain $75,000 and that episode is ended. In the meantime Ambassador Bayard does not seem to deserve any credit for the peaceable ending of an interesting episode. The population of the United States on the first of this month, according to the computations of the federal trea sury department, was a round 70, 000,000. Speaking of cruelty to animals, John Boyle O'Rielly said that "man deserves hell, were ft only for his treatment of horseB." ' THE OLD DOMINION. Not a Reduction Sale. Not a Bankrupt Sale. Not an Overstocked Sale, BUT A Genuine forced closing out Sale to wind up the business and Let the proprietor out of the country Everything at cost. Kid Gloves worth $1.75 and $2, Selling for $1 " " 1.50 " " 85c Laces and Embroidery Selling at Half-Price. GEORGE T. JOHNSTON. COST COST A writes in Bullion says : Arizona is the place where one can rest and dream the hours away ; and it is also the land ef sunshine, gold and ei'.ver, health and prosperity, and the place for capi tilitts to invest in mines. Arizona measures in length from north to south 380 miles, east to west 340 miles. The territory is a vast empire in itsoif of 113,967 square miles, and equals in area the New England states and New York eombined. There is no country in the United States like Ariz.ina. We have abundance of inspiring scenery, rugged mountains whic'a are full ofthe preci ous minerals, beautiful valleys which need only the magic touch of capital to make them bring forth all the fruits of the earth, and large forests which abound with all kinds of grass and game. We can also find in this great territory ruing which have long been abandoned, which were inhabited by the cliff dwellers. Arizona is rich in mines, rich in timber, rich in grazing lands, rich in soil, rich in the finest mineral springs on earth, rich in the purest of mountain air and sunshine. Its Probable Purchase by New York Capitalists. Oa Monday morning a party of gentle men from New York, accompanied by. Supt. James Colquhoun, of Clifton, went through on a special train to Thomas, where a special conveyance was ready to take them on to Globe the same day. The party consisted of Superintend ent and Expert Hinee, of Lewiston Bros., of New York, one of the largest copper producers in the United States. With him were three other gentlemen representing Lewiston Bros,, and James Colquhoun, of the Arizona Copper com pany. iroin reliable authority the Bulletin learns that the business of these gentle men at Globe was to make a thorough examination of the Old Dominion cop per properties with a view of purchase for Lewiston Brothers. Col. M. J. Egan, oi Clifton, attorney for the Ari zona Copper company, was in Globe several days last week examining the legal status of the titles to the mines. It is said that Lewiston Brothers have been negotiating for the Old Dominion for some time and that all the main features of the sale have been agreed on, and it the parties now at uiooe nndtne conditions there in accordance with re presentations the deal will be immedi ately closed on their return to New York. It is said that the purchasers will start up work at once and will greatly increase the plant and ontput of cop per at Globe. A leaching plant will probably be added. The Bulletin. The bicycle is being discused from the pulpit quite frequently in these days, and it is gratifying to notice that very many clergymen commend it heartily. One of the latest to deal with the subject was the Rev. D. Tal mage, who, however, placed a condition upon his commendation. He said he could praise the bicycle "only when ene sits upright, for as now used the machine is by degrees bringing us back to all fours." The doctor is right. The Chicago Times-Herald has hired lawyer of ability and good standing to eo to Spring5eld and watch the leg islative acts of the Illinois Legislature during the closing days of the session. A detective with a good nose for bood- ling miiht ba a valuable addition to this enterprising paper's legislative outfit. It is said thai a fauric made from aired 3ed wocd will -soon be on the : Spanish Language. The increasing demand for the serv ices of those wHo speak both English and Spanish in the United States, Mexi co and South America, should prompt the study oi fcpanish under a competent instructor. (Jail for particulars at Irvine's Book Store or address Senor Jose Mauro De Llain, Late of the City of Mexico. mmmmmmmmmci IRVINE CO. Typewriter Supplies. t THE CIRCULATING LIBRARY -L AND READING ROOM, ill the: Lewis block over Dorris' store is in charge of Miss Bedlnger and offers an opportunity to all to read the standard and latest publications at a slight ex pense. Terms 50 cents a Mod th. Corn The Tribolet-Budse Meat Go Ladies, remember Mra. Yauney's lecture on Tuesday evening at 6 :30 at the rooms of the circulating library. Should Be Sprinkled. That tbe Central avenue boulevard has long been sprinkled regularly and kept in good condition as a driveway is due to the private enterprise of Col. James T. Simms and a few others who live on the avenue or drive on it regu larly. The excellent condition in which it has been kept has contributed in no small measure to making the Simms addition what it is, the favorite high class residence district of the city. The U. S. Gov't Reports sftow Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. MAELOW'S Jersey Butter AND Chick Spring SALT RIVER VALLEY PRODUCE CO. . Washington Street, Opp. Monition Building. Are unnecessary evils if you are careful lu buying your shoes. We take great pains in fitting shoes, especially with children. Have we a share of your trade? UNDERWEAR IN Silk, Linen AKD Cotton. I GREENE. The Only Cold Air Storage In Arizona. Pork, Lard and Hams, A Specialty. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds of Fresh, Saltedand Corned Meats, Poultry, Game and Fresh Fish. Washington Street, Opposite City Hall. How to Keep Cool Have a Gasoline Stove in Your Kitchen. An Iceland Refrigerator on the Porch. A White Mountain Ice Cream Freezer. A Granite Garden Hose. If these do not keep you comfortable, call for further particulars on THE HENRY E, KEMP CO., DEALERS IN HARDWARE. AMMUNITION. Jit THE HAl'X'JCB. I Rambler Bicycle Given Awy I July 4. t - .V J X ' X