THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1895.
A large stock ol
Harness, Das. & Top Leather
Edged Tools, Shears,
Hay and Grain.
Opp. City Hall
"JOSHING" THE DAGO.
Congress Miners Indulge in
They Send an Alarming Letter to
the Italian Consul at ,
It begins to look now aa if tbe Italian
cons'jl at Denver who nearly and fool
ishly created international consterna
tion six weeks ago, had only anticipated
impending events. Trouble does seem
to be brewing at Congress, the seat of
the former reported trouble. The fol
lowing copy of a letter from the Ameri
can miners at Congress was received bv
Governor Hughes from the Italian
consul at Denver. It looks bloody
enough but it is more probably an at
tempt by the Congress miners to "josh"
and make a monkey of King Humbert's
Congress Mine, June 30, 1895.
To the Honorable Italian Consul, Denver,
Leak Sib You are hereby notified that all ol
your 'subiects" who are not citizen, nf the
United States by being in ihe country for at
leani nve years, musi leave mis camp by
August 1, 1895, or we will take heroic means to
see that they do leave on that date.
If you value the lives ol your "subjects" and
have any influence over them you will give
them advice to leeve. They are obnoxious
and working under wages by paying monthly
installments to the foreman of the mine, and
such things will not be tolerated any longer.
(Signed) Misses' Commutes,
P. 8 By giving thii immediate attention
you will prevent trouble. M. C.
In order to be on the safe side Gov
ernor Hnghes forwarded the communi
cation to Superintendent Gage.
HE DID Nui-iis.ii Hfc.fi FUMES.
But the Reminiscent Odor of a Cigar Was
It was at a lecture; the room was hot
and crowded, and Mrs. Bittersweet
noticed that her husband was suffering
under a sense of injury, says the Chi
"What is it, dear?" she whispered,
nnder cover of one of the speaker's
Mr. Bittersweet's sniffs became more
audible. "It's the abominable odor of
perfumery in the room," he puffed.
"I'm almost asphyxiated by it. Why,
I can count fourteen distinct scents
every time the women about us ap
plaud." "O, well, try not to notice it," whis
pered his wife, with that cheerfulness
always displayed by the friends of the
sufferer in such cases. "Do listen to the
lecture; it is just splendid."
"Humph; I suppose you like the
odor; women always do like whatever
costs money. Do you happen to know
what is spent annually on perfumery in
"No, dear, I don't. What is it?"
"Um well, I don't remember the
exact figures just now, but I assure you
it is something enormous. For my part
I think that the carrying of perfumes
into public places should be prohibited
by law, and the amount of money
which would otherwise have been
wasted upon them might then go to
wards endowing an asylum, for those
idiots v.-ho don't know that others have
rights in pr.blic "
"Sh sh! You ere disturbing people.
The lady i-- ths violet bonnet is looking
daggers at yon."
"Humph, the one whose handkerchief
is poiboncil with patchouli; I don't care
if she isn't pleased. Say, I think I'll
step out for a cig-ar."
"Do,'' mi:! his wife, with a smile, "I
thought ' c:r.thing beside the perfume
was troubling you."
lie came back before long with smil
ing face and settled himssif contented
ly ia liis plaso. As he did so the lady
in the violet bonnet, who sat next to
him, began to ware her handkerchief
before her face.
"Isn't it awful,"' she whispered to hei
companion, wherever one goes it is
just the same some horrid man poi
sons the air with the odor of stale to
bacco; positively I couldn't endure it
if I hadn't some strong perfume about
me as an antidote."
Ezra If. layer
FEEDING MILCH COWS.
How to Maintain Even Production
Throughout the Season.
One of the important items in secur
ing the best profit from the cows is to
have an even flow of milk well main
tained throughout the season. On many
farms there are cows that for a short
season after they come in fresh yield a
good flow of milk, but this soon be
gins to fail, especially if care is not
taken in the feeding and management,
and at the end of seven or eight months
the quantity they give is so small that
they are allowed to go dry. Many
cows are kept that if charged a fair
price for the food they eat would not
pay for their keep.
The first important item is to have
good cows. Then they must be well
fed, even in summer. While during
growing season the pastures can be
largely relied upon; it will pay to give
also a light feed of bran and corn meal,
or bran and middlings. Then in order
to make sure of a good supply of
cheap food it will also be a good plan
to plant some crop like sweet corn,
fodder corn, millet, sorghum, cr some
thing of this kind that can be used at
any time when needed. There should
be a change of feed occasionally, so
as to keep the cow with a good
appetite, as. the more good food
the good dairy cow consumes the
more good milk she will give. It will
also be a good plan to divide the pas
tures so that she can be changed from
one to the other at least every ten days.
The cows will do much better than if
they are compelled to depend upon one
pasture. Besides, by changing, there
will be less waste of feed. With all
animals there is a natural inclination
to eat the tender, sweeter growth, and
in doing this, when kept in one pas
ture, there will be more or less that
will grow up and mature seed. By
dividing up the pastures and changing
from one to the other, grass will all be
eaten down more evenly. There should
always be sweet, nutritious grasses in
the pastures, so that the cows can get
enough to satisfy their appetites with
out tramping too long or too far. The
quieter and more comfortable the cows
can be kept the better the results.
Feed t-j keep the cow in a good, thrifty
condition. It is not possible to make a
good dairy cow fat, but good treatment
will keep her in good condition. Her
food will be converted into milk rather
than flesh. St. Louis Republic.
It is said that Eev. Dr. McGlynn,
who lives in the pretty little rectory
adjoining his church in Newburg, N.
Y., devotes all his leisure to the culti
vation of flowers.
Cultivated plums, of which there
are several hundred varieties, all de
scended from the original species,
which was a native of the south Cau
At the Kew gardens a greenish glass
has been used for the greenhouses for
half a century. Recently experiments
with ordinary white glass showed such
a remarkable improvement in the plants
that the green glass will be given up
The Great Middle Koute Across the
American Continent in Connec- '
tion with the Railways of
the "Santa Fe Route."
The Grand Canon ol the Colorado, the most
sublime of Nature's work on the Earth, inde
scribable, can easily be reached via Flagstaff,
Williams or Peach Springs on this road. To
the Natural Bridge of Arizona and Montezuma'i
well you can Journey most directlj by this line.
Observe the Ancient Indian Civilization of La
guna.orof Acoma, "The City of the Sky,"
Visit the Petrified Forest near Carrizo. See and
marvel at the freak of Canon Diablo. Take a
hunting trip in the magnificent pine forests oi
the San Francisco Mountains. Find interest in
the rums of the pre-historic Cave and Clifi
Dwellers. View the longest Cantilever bridge
in America across the Colorado River.
Jno. J. Byene, General Passenger Agent, Los
Angeles, Cal. C. H, Speees, Ass't. General
Passer ger Agent, San Francisco, Cal. H. 8.
VAN Slyck, General Acent, Albuquerque, N. M.
"EL PASO ROUTE"
Texas and Pacific
The Great Popular Route Between
EAST A! WEE
Short line to NSW ORLEANS, IT a vf 4SCIT1
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FA3T TIME AND SURE CONNECTIONS..
X?-3ee that your ticket read Texas biic
Pacific Bail way. For maps, time tables, ticket
rates and all required i.formsr.lon, call on or
address anv of the ticket agents.
B. F. DARBYSKiRE,
. ?en. Agt. El Paso, Texai
Gen Pass, and Ticket Agt., Dallas, Tex.
It Is Not a Question of Profit Just Now,
P I J T HOW to dispose of many odds and ends prior to re- 3
E: ceiving our new fall stock, which we are now pre- 5
H oaring to purchase. We have marked many articles down to cost price. It is
e A Good Time to buy.
1 B. Heyman Furniture Go. I
That Will Prove
A Delightful Memory
And be all the more grateful to the giver for
that reason, our stock of
Perfumes and Extracts
is simply unapproachable. Bcents are pleasin
and if they are on our list, will be found the
most delicate and exquisite perfumes that are
now proauuea. n e nave an tne popular oaors.
C. ESCHMAN & CO.
J. B. ROSSEAU,
31:-: BUCHANAN:-: ST.,
Repairing - on - Short Notice.
The Jim Sam
apposite the Gregory House.
Best Meals in Town.
jingle Meals ORn Board $R a week. Private
apartments for ipw
Fish and Chicken
234 East Washington Street.
Chas. W. Stevens
Cor. First & Adams Bts..
LIVERY FEES AND SALE STABLE.
Good Turnouts on short notice
at ail hours of the day and night.
Buy, Sell and Trade, Horses.
Special attenti on to boardinghorses.
Hack Stand, Conn Bro. Clear Store,
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of Severt Seymour, deceased. Not?ee
is hereby given by the undersigned adminis
trator of the estate of Seven Seymour, de
ceased, to the creditors of and all persons hav
ing claims against the said deceased, to exhibit
them, with the necessary vouchers, within
four (-1) months after the first publication of
this notice to the said administrator at 1he
office of Stieet & Frazier, Fleming block, Phoe
nix, Arizona, tbe same being the place for the
transaction of the business of said estate, in
said county of Maricopa.
W. G. 8TENLAKE,
Administrator of the estate of said deceased.
Dated this 12th day of July, 1S05.
Date of first publication July 13, 1S95.
You Do Not-
Realize what a pood thin g you
are missing for your children by not giving
them a policy of one or two thousand dollars
in the ChiM'g Aid Association, which they
will draw when 21 or 25, or sooner if death will
overtake them. L. J. Wood, secretary ; Dr. Tnt
tle, medical examiner; Judge Reno & Son, gen
eral asrent,Phcenix. Ariz.
Fcrt Thomas and Globe Stage Lice.
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Runs both ways between Fort Thomas and
Globe every day. Special rigs for drummers
or families when desired.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
D. H. BURTIS,
27 and 29 E. Washington St.
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The Fashion Barber Shop.
FRANK SHIRLEY, Proprietor.
LADIE8' WORK DONE
, AT THE 8HOP OR RESIDENCt
NEATE8T BATH ROOMS IN THE CITY
OPP08ITE THE OPERA HOUSE.
Caples & Hammer,
All orders will receive prompt attention.
Yard on Seventh St., South of Depot.
jj Dr. Hardy,
The most modern and difficult Crown and
Eridgework skillfully performed.
Opp. Commercial Hotel. - - - Up Stairs.
DR. E. O.HYDE,
ALL wors guaranteed. Crown and bridge
work ti specialty. Prices tosuit the times.
Office and re-idenee 20 N. Second Ave. Sun
day hours 10 to 1.
For Sale. 38 Lotsv5,00'
t front all in
one body lying north of Washington St.
for only $5000. This offer is just $2500
less than property is actually worth and
wiil sell for inside of 8 months. No bet
ter or safer real estate speculation or in
vestment than this offered in Phoenix.
Examine and be convinced. Address,
X, Republican Office.
ALL KINDS OF
And Utensils For Canning.
M. E. HUELEY,
THE LIVE BUTCHER.
CHOICE STEAKS AND BOASTS.
BKST KEPT MARKET IX PHOENIX.
FREE DEllVEBf IN THE CITY.
The best place in Arizona to spend the sum
mer months. Altitude, 4500 feet; atmosphere,
very dry. Water excellent, good table. Loca
ted in a forest of live oaks. Send for descrip
E. S. DODGE,
Oracle, Pinal Co., Ariz.
Florence aM Casa Grande Stage.
Stage leaves Casn Grande at 7 a. m., each
morning, arrives at Florence at 11:30a. in.
Returning leaves Florence at 1:30 p.m., ar
rive atCasa G rande at 6 p. m.
Makesconnection at Florence wl'h stage for
91obe. This line ii. fifty miles nearer Glohe
than any other line.
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Carrying United States Mail and
Stage leaves Florence daily lor Riverside ant
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m.; returning, leaves Globe at 8 o'clock a. m
arrives at Florence at 1 a. m. Good accommo
dations on the road, improved line, good stock
and comfortable stagei, four-horse coach every
other day. W. E. Guild, agent, Florence. X,
F. Kellner & Co., agents, Globe.
C. C. HACKETT, Prop.
is&rzce to ell others,
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