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THE AK1Z0NA KEPUBLICAN: WEDNESDAY MOKNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1&95. Hardware. r HAR D WARR jl A large stock of Building Hardware, Ranch Implements, Harness, Dash & Top Leather , Edged Tools, Shears, Hay and Grain. Ezra t. Thayer Washington Street, Opp. City Hall DIED OF YELLOW FEVER. Once a Wealthy Merchant of Tombstone. Kudolph Cohen Succumbs to the Oread Disease at San Salvador In Central America. H'rom the Tombstone Pro ipector. Rudolph Cohen, once a very wealthy merchant and land owner, and an old resident of Tombstone, died of yellow fever August 14, at Ran Salvador, Cen tral America. Cohen came to California in 1850 and engaged in business at Santa Barbara, where he amassed a fortune in a few years. He acquired a great deal of valuable land, the title of which was in litigation for years, though he was eventually successful. He settled in San Francisco and mar ried Miss Roeirja Stoiz, at that time the society bell of San Francieco. Cohen retained his interests in Santa Barbara, and also became a wool dealer. His transactions were the heaviest and boldest on change. In 1872, when wool rose to nearly 60 cents, he held large quantities but refused to Bell, though he could have made nearly $1,000,000 at one time. He was subsequently obliged to sell out at great loss. He was associated with Daniel Meyer in mining and merchandizing in Tybo, Nevada, where he again made money. Later he opened an ex tensive business in Tombstone, building and occupying the store house now used by J. H. Fitts as a warehouse, he afterwards moved into the large building on the corner of Allen and 4th streets, and now oocupied by Mayor Warnekros; he invested in land in Mexico and came out of the transaction with a heayy loss, saving but little from his fortune. Mr, Cohen left San Francisco Decem ber 28, 1894, going to San Salvador, where he entered the employ of Ellis, Hijo & Co., and was with them at the time of his death. PERSONAL, Miss Belle Smith, professional nurse, will return this morning from California to spend the winter in Phoenix. She has given excellent satisfaction in her profession, both in California and Phoe nix. - - At McKellieon'syoncan get thefinest hand-made Sour Mash, Bourbon and Pennsylvania rye whiskies. No. 21, East Washington street. Soldier Shot. Chicaoo, Sept. 10. Private Thomas Coffee of the Fifteenth regiment, TJ. S. army, was shot and killed by Sentinel J. M. Kress at Fort Sheridan today while attempting to escape from the guardhouse. Great Preoaratlons. San Bernardino, Sept. 11. Great preparations are being made for the celebration of Mexican Inependence on September 15 to 17. A band of Coa builla Indians will dance the fire dance, in which the camp fires will be ex tinguished with barefeet. The amphi theatre in which the bull fights will take place is opened. TRIAL RESUMED. Police Were Careless in Exam ining the Church. A Witness States that the Body of the Girl Had Been Roughly Handled. By the Associated Press. San Francisco, Sept. 10. Another week of the Durrant trial opened today after three days of rest. Policemen E. T. Somps, J. J. McCreery, E. V. Hurd and 6. H. Graham testified to finding the murdered girl's gloves, stockings, hat and Echool books. The de fendant's attorneys tried to show by these witnesses that the police department had conducted the examination of the church building in a very cirelees manner and that while the policemen were hunting for the clothes of the dead girl, the church was open to the general public and hundreds of curious citizens passed through the edifice. All the police offi cers did not have any recollection of this but stated on cross examination that the articles of clothes had been found in places difficult of access, in dicating that the person who had hid den th'em had been familiar with the belfry. John T. Dare, prosecuting attorney of the police court, testified that under the head of Blanche Lamont's body, as it lay in the belfry, had been placed two blocks of wood such as are common in dissecting rooms. Dare said that the place looked as if the body had been used ae a sweep and sb if it had been drapped about the room which was un tidy and duBty. The World's Fair Tests showed do baking powder so pare or so great in leav ening power as the Royal. Excursion Rates. - Between the dates of June 1 and September 30 the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad company will sell from Deming, El Paso and other New Mexico points, round trip tickets to various eastern and northern points at greatly reduced rateB, limited for re turn until October 31, 1895. Our equipment is all new, contains all the conveniences known to modern travel, road-bed smooth, and we are thus in a position to insure for our patrons a safe and comfortable trip to any point north, east or south. For Pullman car reservations or further information re garding rates, connections, etc., call upon or address C. H. Morehouse, di vision passenger agent. El Paso, Tex. OFF TO ATLANTA, GEORGIA. The Cotton States and International Exposition. For the Cotton States and Interna tional exposition to be held at Atlanta, Georgia, September 18 to December 31, reduced rates are offered vou via the "El Paso Route," Texas &' Pacific rail way as follows : Your choice of routes via Shreveport or New Orleans, El Paso to Atlanta and return September 3 and 10 and September 13 to December 13 inclusive, final limit for return Jan uary 7, 1896, at rate of $64.50. September 14 to December 18 inclu sive good for return twenty days from date of sale at rate of $47.25. Monday, September 16, Thursday, 26, Sunday, October 6, Wednesday, October 16, Saturday, October 26, Tues day, November 5, Friday, November 15, Monday, November 25, Thurfday, De cember 5, and Sunday, December 15, with a limit for return of ten days from date of sale at rate of J30.S5. Leave El Paso at 5 :05 d. m. and ar rive at Atlanta the third a. m. at 11 :40 with one chanee of sleepere. Pullman reservations can be made in advance by calling on or addressing, E. D. Phillips, B. F. Darbybhirb, Depot Agent. General Agent. Notice. All accounts due the Gazette Publish ing company up to Aug. 1, 1895, must De naid to X. M. Uzarnowski. By order of W. T. Smith, President, J. L. B. Alexander, Secretary. "1 H.1 H-,r.o LAniui . iOit Or lowO. Everything Will Be Done Upon a Grand and Immense Scale. In the Revue des Deux Mondes is a preliminary survey of the forthcoming cosmopolitan exhibition of 1900. It will be held on the Champs de Mars, a gTeat open space on the south west extremity of Paris, already con secrated by the presence of many simi lar fairs. The French government sent out their first announcement of the scheme on July 13, 1892, and last summer the chamber of deputies voted a prelim inary gTant for the expenses connected with a "best plan competition." The Champs Elysees will be considered part of the exhibition, and there is even a talk of including the immense square in front of the Invalides. Indeed, the scheme of construction provides for a broad bridge which will join in per manent fashion the Champs Elysees to the quay which runs on the river side of Napoleon's historic resting place. Architects, artists and builders were invited to send in plans and ideas. Every kind of liberty, in theory, was allowed to those who took part in this curious competition. Thus the best scheme did not necessarily require the retention of the Eiffel tower or any other of the old exhibition buildings, with the notable exception, however, of the Trocadero. Everything will be done on an immense scale and if the ideas which at present prevail among its promoters are carried out the exhibition of 1900 will gradually absorb the whole of Paris, and even far off Vincennes will be utilized for all that concerns athletic sports, interna tional matches and Olympian games. As is natural, a great point will be made of anything relating to the past cen tury, and the exhibition will be in more senses than one a centennial exposition. The army and navy sections will be of very great interest. After a period of four months those who had entered their names as being willing and anxious to enter the exhi bition plan competition were told to send in their schemes. No one compet itor fulfilled all the conditions, so something will be taken from each of the eighteen best sets of plans and sug gestions sent in. The Seine will play a prominent role in the esthetic side of the exhibition, for it is proposed to recon stitute on its left bank a portion of the Grand canal, Venice. The Handsomest Line of Crockery Ever brought to this market was B. HEYMAN'S FURNITURE STORE I YESTERDAY. g Ladies, now is your Meat JlarKot. TRIBOLET Exclusively uses the GOLD AIR STORAGE IEATS. DTTV0 Hogs, Lambs, Calves DUIO adFaiBeeforgpQTQASH OUT T 0 The tenderest meats on the market uIlLLlJ frozen and fat, at the lowest possi ble rateB, for Spot Cash. 111-16 B.M. St Perfumery. f CHOICE FOR PRESENTS' That Will Prove A DeliMul Memory And be all the more grateful to the giver for that reason, our stock of Perfumes and Extracts Is simply unapproachable. Scents are pleasln g ind If they are on our list, will be found the most delicate and exquisite perfumes that are low produced. We haveall the popular odors. O. ESC H MAN & CO. IF YOU Want money Want a cook . Want boarders Want a partner Want a Situation Want to rent rooms Want a tenant girl Want to sell a farm Want to sell a .house Want to exchange anjtcing Want to sell household goods Want to make any real estate loans Want to sell or trade for anything Want to find customers for anything TRY . . THE REPUBLICAN CLASSIFIED ADS. Excursion Account G. A. R., Via Maricopa & Pnosnlx Railroad. The National Encampment of the G. A. R. will be held at Louisville, Ky., September 10 to 14 next. September 6 to 8, inclusive, tickets will be on sale via the Maricopa & Phoe nix railway, at a rate of $62.45 for the round trip, Phoenix to Louisville and return. The tickets will be limited for continuous passage both going and re turning, and will carry a final limit for return trip until September 25 next, inclusive. Passengers may be rotued through New Orleans or via any direct route. For further information call at city office, 20 and 22 North Center street. J. H. Miller, G. H. Honshbll, Com'l Agent. Gen'l Supt. The Weekly Republican, containing 40 columns of reading matter, six months for $1.00. Two-cent stamps taken. time to get the latest in Table Ware, il GROCEKIES. A Head F. G. IENTWORTH, the tell known groceryman ON EAST WASHINGTOA STREET Has remodeled his grocery store and stotked'it with choice fresh groceries and is prepared to please the public. Uall nd examine prices, goods and weights. F. G. Wentworth always pleases and when you try him once he has your trade. FOUNDBY. FOUNDRY. THE STANDARD IRON WORKS. Southeast of Capitol Grounds. P. O. Box 458. Tel. 57. Ohas Q. Roebunq, Fres. W. A. Roeblino, V -Pre. F. W. Roebuno Tre H. L. 8h1Ppy, S.ery. 8. V. Mocney, Manager. ' reas WORKS AT TRENTON, N. J. John A. Roebling's Sons Co. Manufacturers of New Jersey Wire Cloth, Battery Cloth Netting Co. Wire & Insulated Wire. Wire Rope. 25-27 Fremont SL, - - SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. ""'" MMHtW WEST COAST WIRE AND IRON I ORIS. g Wire and Iron Fencine and Railintrs it ARTISTIC BRASS AND FOR OFFICES, ELEVATORS, BANKS, ETC. X SevS - i - i WIRE CLOTH 25 Fremont St., : : : DR. E C. HYDE, DENTIST ALL work guaranteed. Crown and bridge workn SDe' ialty Prices tosuit the times. Office and re-idenee 20 N. Second ive. Sun day hours 10 to 1 . Dr. Hardy, Practical Dentist. The most modern and difficult Crown and Bridge work skillfully performed. YOUNG BUILDING, Opp. Commercial Hotel. - - - Up Stairs. CHARLEY DONOFRIO'S" GROCERY, 1 FRUIT and 1 CIGAR STORE. Invites the Public to call and ex amine his stock of goods and see how he treats hi customers. tr vtiw. nn i BOOK SELLERS STATIONERS. IIIIHHHlHmMM MONEY Real Estate or Personal Security. 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