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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28, 1896.
CAVALRY HORSES. Army Boards' Rigid Inspection Discour ages South Dakota Breeders. John D. Hale, of Tilford, one of the roost prominent stockmen in South Da kota, some months ago received the con tract for furnishing' the Eighth caval ry at Fort Meade with some 70 or 80 horses. Notwithstanding that he visit ed practically every prominent horse ranch in western South Dakota, eastern Wyoming and southeastern Montana in the effort to secure horses that would pass the rigid inspection, every horse so far turned in for inspection has been rejected. The horses were the very best that could be procured, experience hav ing shown them to be the hardiest ani mals to be found in the United States. Some of the horses could not be pur chased on the range or in the markets of Chicago and New York for $250 each. Mr. Hale says he offered one man $300 for a team of handsome grays, provided they passed the inspection. The ani mals were submitted, but, while the board admitted that they were a fine looking pair, they were deolared not suitable for cavalry. Horse raisers are discouraged at the result end say that any board that holds strictly to the re quirements of the 'government in the se lection of cavalry horses would not be able to get enough horses in the whole United States to mount one cavalry regiment. FROG AND TOAD JONAHS. Tuna Accepted Not Without Doubt by Amateur Naturalists. Most persons when they hear a natur alist tell about peculiar doings by birds, animals, or reptiles grin and ask about big fish. One tale, which no one but naturalists seems to believe, was told in the Forest and Stream recently by Allen Chamberlain. He says he heard a cry down in Florida such as a distressed frog makes and found that a blacksnake was swallowing a frog. When the frog was out of sight the snake was shot through the head and the frog was liberated. At first it was stupefied, but was soon as lively as ever. Within 20 years the same paper has recorded at least a score of just such instances, reported by as many indi viduals,: who gave their real names and addresses, and who declared they had seen the stupefied toad or frog come to as from a trance, hop about as if dazed, and at last go away as lively as ever. S. D. Kendal, in the Forest and Stream for June, 1892, told about a mother quail which in trying to protect her young got within reach of a rattle snake. The snake was killed in the act of swallowing the bird. When re leased the bird was for some time stu pefied, but after awhile recovered enough to stagger off. On the next day she was all right and caring for her chicks. The Farms of Denmark. Out of 226,000 farms in Denmark only 1,900 are over 250 acres in extent and most of them are worked by their own ers. By their great technical knowl edge of thedr business and the gradual change from growing grain to breeding cattle and dairy farming the Danisn farmers have suffered less from trans atlantic competition than those of any other European country. The Most Crowded Spot. It is stated that the most crowded spot on the earth's surface is the "Manderaggio," in the city of Valetta, in Malta. Upon a spot in this place, about 2 square acres in extent, no fewer than 2,574 live. This is at the rate of 636,000 per square mile, or 1,017 te an acre. -. . .., FOR PRESENTS That fill Prove 1 Delightful Memory And be all the more grateful to the giver ior that reason, oar stock of Perfumes and Extracts is simply unapproachable. Scents are pleasing and if they ate on our list, will be found the most delicate and exquisite perfumes that are now nroduced. We have all the popular odors. C. ESCHMAN & CO. KILROY'S NEW PALESTINE. Send Ten Two Cent Stamps for Fifty Page PamDhlet, To Men Who Are Today Blindly Walk ing Over Golden Opportunities in Phoenix; to 300 Lady and Gentle men Public School Teachers in Arizona Representing Thirty Odd States of Our Union and Canada; to Hundreds of Commercial Trav elers Visiting Phoenix as Well as WW ALL Advertisers who use advertise WANTS Find that in no other way can they be so promptly "REPUBLICAN WANTS" BUY, SELL. RENT, LOAN. FIND ? to Every Sensible Mechanic and His Prudent Wife, Now Paying House Rent, $35,000 In Values Free (Inside City Property). There is only one way that Is safe for any- man or any number of men, in medium circumstances, by which they can maintain their present position, if it be a good one, or raise themselves above it if it be a bad one, in any com munity, much less one with the oppor tunities of Phoenix, viz: By the prac tice of industry, frugality and prompt action in securing city property. The eye and ear of . three-fourths of the wealthy of the United States are watcnmg PhoeoiK ana its an told wealth. Arizona ttandi with out an equal on this continent in the plen itude of rich resources. Her coal lands, aggregating 40,000 square miles; her timber carefully estimated, over ten thousand million feet, not to speak of ht mineral, rruit, cattle and agri cultural lands, her climate surpassing that of Egypt In such a section there Is no surer road by which young men and ladies especially, can raise them selves from a position in which they feel to be incompatible and unsatisfac tory a3 regards rheir mental and phys ical conditions; than by commencing at once to make payments on a lot In this phenomenal city while the present opportunity lasts (mark our words; It never will be repeated in Phoenix). It particularly applies to hundreds of commercial travelers coming and going monthly; to over three hundred public school teachers in Arzlzona (represent ing some thirty different states in the Union, as well as Canada). To hund reds of our brave old miners now re quiring a home and rest in the city of which they laid the foundation years ago Phoenix. To every man, old and young, not a capitalist already, that is today investing in local loan and build ing associations which on their face and by virtue of their plans must prove inadequate for the very purpose for which their good thinking promoters founded them in this, that from limit ed resources such Institutions must produce very limited results and, when considered with the wants of a met ropolitan city like Phoenix, most un satisfactory in the end. This emer gency or necessity, however, will be amply supplied our city in the near future by corporations of unlimited means when the modern house worth from $2,000 upward will be sold to the energetic citizen on a very small cash payment down and one hundred and twenty months In which to pay bal ance. More than that, the monthly payment (interest Included will not be over 412) with a further clause in the contract that should the purchaser di after the first year's pay ment thereon, his family will receive a deed for the same (a clean cut deed). We submit with charity to all, but with a firm sense of duty toward every young man in our city that he at once buy a cheap lot or several it he can, and do so while time and opportunity lasts which will not be long. Kllroy's New Palestine agency is the only factor, yes public benefactor, that can offer you inside property at one-third its value and will continue to do so for the month of June, July and August if not sold out sooner. That it speaks in pro phetic language and at the right time is appreciated already by many per sons whose aim in life is the taking advantage of phenomenal opportuni ties in this city. Read his ad carefully in another column and in the other dailies of Phoenix. It suggests that you do not idly put it off, but make up your mind and take advantage thereof today, either by calling or writing him. You will never regret it, but lay the foundation of your hundreds, if not thousands of dollars, within a year or two, remembering always that "we are lacking in true courage when for fear of the future we persist in taking the crusts and scraps and wholly rely on the niggardly salaries of the present. We should not be satisfied with a sal ary alone. We should not mortgage i' . Y W" The Republican to their HELP AND WORK. I the possibilities of our future, more particularly after having the opportu nities so apparent as are those in Phoenix today, called to our attention. No! We should, while opportunity is ours, have the courage to take life as if comes feast or famine. The read ers of this article and their friends throughout the United States and Can ada can remit to our credit $100 to the Phoenix National bank, with an addi tional $2.50 registry fee, when the bank will return them a warranty deed and abstract of title. Should they so de sire the property can be taken care of by our agency. Parties, and we invite every deserving person while the lots remain, living throughout Arizona that desire to purchase on the installment plan can remit as above one-third of the lot purchase, when we will place in the bank a warranty deed in escrow which will be returned when balance of purchase money is paid. The low est priced lots now offered is $100. In making this offer, Kllroy's New Pal-, estine agency is giving to Its patrons at least an aggregate sum of $35,000 in values, viz: $150 on each lot so sold. Besides a lovely borne in a lovely city and valley. Speaking of this property we wish to be distinctly understood, over our own signature, that it stands today without an equal either in loca tion, proximity to business center , soil, perfect drainage and perfect love liness in the Salt River valley. Its phenominal beauty, with its streets and avenues, from 60, 80 to 100 feet wide; its every lot covered with a perfect growth of alfalfa (meadow) is now, and has been, the talk, admiration and at traction of thousands and thousands of refined visitors from the many states of our Union, as well as Canada and Europe during the past winter , very fying the old adage, "That you can drive a stone upward for a moment into the- air, but it is true that all stones will forever fall; and whatever instances can be quoted of unpunished theft, or of a deception, or a lie that's worse which somebody credited, jus tice must prevail, and it is the privi lege of truth and worth to make itself known, trusted and believed." Each lot is 50x132 feet. Kindly send this pa per to some deserving friend. Thou sands and thousands will not only appreciate, but avail them selves of what you may, with an Inborn carelessness, overlook. Lots within five minutes' walk of court house. Address J. A. Kllroy, Room 313 Fleming block. Phoenix, Ariz. Saloon. The Palace, 6DS. H. HIRSCHFELD.Prop. Imported and Domestic WINES, LIQUORS iND CIGARS, PHCEN1X. ARIZONA. GARDEN CITY RESTAURANT THE OLDEST IN THE CITY. Enjoys the best standing with tradesmen. Buys everything at spot cash price and (fives THE BEST 33o MEAL. Tuck, Hing & Co. 22 and 24 Washington St. . East of Jacobs & Go. Private rooms for families. Tickets, 4.50; SiHgle meals. 25c. ACADIA HOTEL, ORACLE, ----- ARIZ. A DELIGHTFUL Winter and Summer Resort Among the live oaks. Altitude 4500 feet. Bend for descriptive leaflet. Terms $10 per week. E. 8. DODGE, Prop. Is. TITAN I ED Situation to do chamber work VV or general housework. Apply to Mrs. E. M. Lewis, 125 East Jefferson St. TXTANTkD A place as chambermaid or to VV take care of children. Call at 1130 West MadiBon St. J. N. Wood. OlTOP AT TBI WILLIAMS KOCfcB. MA EI O eopa, while waiting ior tie train. Good accommooationsfcnaexceueni iaui. MBS. H. E. SPOONER, proprietress of the Hayden Hotel has a most delightful home for ladles stopping in Tempe as well as zentlemen. The only lames notei lnxempe, Printing. THE REPUBLICAN HAH THE BEST JOB Printing office In the territory. Good work at reasonable prices our motto. Orockeryl Crockery! If you are in need of anything in table ware give me a can as i can give you i uim'i GLASS FKUIT JARS & MttuA Cheaper Than tt. At Draper's Grocery, 213 E.Washington St. iVlettt; Market. TEIBOLET Exclusively uses the JQJJJ AIR STORAGE FOR Mb ATS. DTTVO Hogs, Lambs, Calves dUIo ndFBee,for Spot Cash nmin The tenderest meats on themarke- NrililiS frozen and fat, at the lowest possit 14-16 LWasff SPOT CASH. GdStillgS of All Kinds and MACHINE REPAIRING. STANDARD IRON WORKS, HCuHES & GJEBRING, Props. P.O. Box 458, Phoenix Arix. Telephone 57. Llverv. For a Good Team Try the Grand Central Livery Horses Boarded by the Week or Month at LpvestBateju. Telephone No ALBRIGHT & GETZ, Props. Cor. First and Adams Sts. Fort Thomas and Globe Stage Line. L4YTON BROS, Props. Runs both ways between Fort Thomas and Globe every day. Special rigs for drummers or families when desired. KILEOY'S New Palestine Advertising and Real Estate Exchange is Well Known Throughout the United States and Canada. ROOM 313, FLEMING BLOCK, ' Phoenix, Arizona. Agent lor "White 8tar," "Anchor" and "Cnn ard' steamship lines, from and to all partsof Europe and SOUTH AFRICA GOLD FIELDS Wl ADDRESS OURSELVES TO THE THOUSAND THINKING MEN LOOKING FOB HOMES IN PHCENIX AS WELL AS TO THOSE LIVING IN ADJA CENT MINING TOWNS AND OTHEE PLACES IN THE TERRITORY, ASKING THEM THIS IMPORTANT QUES TION AT THIS OPPORTUNE TIME: Will History Repeat Itself In You Case? "If I had Invested a hundred dollars, sir, in San Francisco real estate in theVearly days' and hung on till now I'a have been worth my millions today. Just think of 111" Point out the man on the coast who has not heard a Fnscan complaining of his luck somewhat as above. In Chicago, Los Angeles, Denver, Omaha, Kat sas City and most every town and city In the west yon meet with the same weep ing and walling and gnashing of teeth, and so indeed in the vicinity of all our rapidly grow ing centers. Never have "coming events cast their shadows before" with the same marked outline coupled with intrinsic merit as in thi s Infant city of Phomlx and Salt Elver Valley, yet will history repeat Itself here. Many will be the lamentations in less than a short year to come about the "golden opportunity lost." OUR PRESENT OCER. Lots in Churchill Addition $200 and upward. Lots in Brill Addition $190 and upward. Lots in ML Pleasant Addition $175 and up ward. Lots in Montgomery addition $50 and upward Lots in Capitol Addition $200 and upward. QfiACIT1f k018- 50X137U feet, five minutes' OvJU walk from court house, no street car required. First-class streets and avenues. Every lot elegantly situated and perfect, no ravines or broken lands, and each covered with a luxuriant growth of alfalfa, (meadow) are now in our hands at prices that simply defy competition and can never be duplicated in Phoenix, vis: At, from $60 to $100 each on the installment plan, monthly payments of $10 each. We address ourselves particularly to people paying rent, exhorbitant rents, for poor accommodations b)th in houses and rooms, every dollar of which is that of a practical waste when paid by the permanent settler. This offer cannot last long. Hence, to the renter of houses and rooms we say COME AND SEE US, you ate now wasting from $12 to $20 per month in rent, buy a family tent and live on your own property until you decide later on to build or sell your lot at a big ad vance, thus saving not only money, but owning a lovely home for what, otherwise would gotoa landlord. This information is an "angel's visit" to the saving wife ana a pointer to the indus trious young man find lady working for a monthly wage. Send this paper to your east ern friends. It's a good thing. US. Government lan'1 and information in . detail governing the sme. Golden op portunities to secure 320 acres or less of the finest lands in the world (two crops each year) at a cost not to exceed $15 per acres with per petual water rights. This can last but a few months at most when prices will advance over those at the present tfme asked by canal com panies which is $20 per acre. A DURESS J. A. KILROY. 'mi arWan PROFESSIONAL Physlelans. B. DAMXRON Practice limited to the eye, ear, nose ana tnroat. DR. A. W. COTTRXLL Office and residence 14 M. Center St., over Chamber of Com merce and M. & P. B. B office. Day or night Office hours 9 to 12 a. m.,2 to 5 and 6 to 7 p. m. Telephone No. 128. E,B. WM. DTJFiflELD- Graduate of the Unl ' versity of Pennsylvania. General practice, cial methods and apparatus lor diseases of throat and lungs. Pneumatic differentiation, steam creosote, eto. etc. Office and residence, 28 8. Second Ave. SB.T.F. CHILD8 Physician nd Surgeon Present location, 145 South Second Ave. hours, 10 to 12 a m. ; 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. All diseases treated scientifically. Diagnosis a specially. PromDt attention to night calls. SB. ANCIL MABTIN, diseases of eye, ear. nose and throat and general surgery, se 8. E. cor. Adams and Center Sts. DB. D. M. PUBMAN-Offlce Cor Adams and Center Sts. Office hoars 9 to 10 a. m . , and 2 to 4 and 7to 8 p. m. Diseases of women Night calls left at De Witt's hack stand wll1 receive prompt attention. EN. GERARD Physician and Surgeon. . Office in Young bldg., np stairs, corner Jefferson and Center 8ts., opp. Commercial hotel. Practitioner of thirty-five years' expe rience. Cal's attended to day and night. Veterlnarv. JC. NORTON. D. V. M., VETERINARY physician, surgeon and dentist. Residence No. 127 N. Fourth Av. Office, ground floor, Mo nition block, No. 44 W. Washington St., Phoe nix. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m.. 1 to 4 p. m. FO. BICHMOMD, M. D. C, Phoraix, Ari . sona, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist, Diseases o fall Domestic Animals Scientifically Treated. Residence 537 West Van Buren street Office at the Golden Eagle stable. Second, near Washington St. Telephone No. 51. No Charge for Consultation. A-ttorneyH-ttTj-Aaw. Frank Cox. H. M. Willis, Jb COX & WILLIS ATTOBNET8 AT LAW, rooms 1, 2 and 5, Thibodo building. Phoenix. Arizona. Jerry Millay. Walter Bennett. M1LLAY & BENNETT Attorneys-at-Law Booms 16 and 17 Fleming building. Webster Street. C. M. Frazixr. STREET & FRAZIIR Attorneys at Law. Office Booms 7-8. Fleming blk.. Phoenix. Aria WH. S riLWELL Attorney at Law. Office . 307, 308 and 309. Fleming block, Phoe nix, Ariz. w ILUAM HERRING Attorney and conn seior at law. xomrjetone, Aris Willis J. Humras. Wade H. Hulibss. TTTJLING8 A HULINGS, Attorneys-at-Law XL Booms 9 and 11 Porter building. PIT, CH A CAMPBELL. ATTORNEYS AT Law. Over National Bank of Arizona . B.J. Franklin. altred Franklin. F'BANKLIN 4 FRANKLIN Attorneys and Counselors at Law. Booms 11 and 12, Monl hon block. Phoenix, Arizona. B ABNE8 & MABTIN , ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW 'meson, Arizona. ALEX. RHEINSTEIN, Office With Melczer Bros. 36 North Center St. PHCENIX. ARIZONA. Engineer. s, A. DAVISON City Engineer, room 4, Monl. hon block. J. PORTE RIE Assay er, Wall street. rncemx, Ariz. Gold. Silver. Oon'r.SI.OO I Connor ..$1.00 Gold,8ilver,Lead..$100 Lead $100 Gold and silver .... $1.00 Tin $5.00 and BATH ROOMS. Opposite the Opera House, 19 S. Center St. FRANK SHIRLEY, Prop. Chilaren-i naireutting a specialty. Hammer & Gordon BRICK MANIIFACTDRERS AND CONTRACTORS A 11 orders will receive prompt attention. Trd i Swath St, South f tepri, THE PH(ENIX BAKERY EDWAED E1SELE, Prop. This popular establishment has been refitted and renovated throughout. Every, thing in the way oi baking STRICTLY FIRST CLASS All orders attended to with promptness and to the utmost satisfaction of our pat rons. Free delivery to any part oi the oltv. PHOENIX BAKERY ??iterj$ik. 'The Office," CHOICE WINES. LIQUORS . . AND CIGARS. Phoenix. Ariz. West Washington St. B. F. DOLL, Prop. Richelieu! TELEPHONE MO. 78. South Center St.. PHCENIX. P Chlchester'ft Encllh Ilamon& Broad ENNYRQYAL PILLS vnginni and Wnly Genuine. afc, always reliable, ladies art Druggist for Chiche$ter BngtUh Via-A mond Brand in Red and Gold metallioY boxes, sealed with blue ribbon. Take ' I Bo other. Refuse danaertniM tuosHfu tione and imitation. At Druggists, or send 4e. in stamps Tor particulars, testimonials and "Relief for Ladle," in letter, by retarm r iutuL. aii.wu i pssimoniais. tiama nper. msli.A.urTl.i.-iiA ai.ji a 6m. V 0 I m far ail Lout Drtuauu. ibilaoafe