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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 17. 1892.
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' .iSISPleased l0 contribute 111
!"''" i,'t allnotieos oJ festivals, fairs,
("'.(..n-s. suppers, entertainments
"".-lar anuounecme-U will be
ffHE WORLD'S FAIR.
I Early and often for Your
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World s ruir.
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i:,e loliowing rules governing
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,tliowi. ami nil oxponsea ol the
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j-juke p.irt In" the contest.
Jjc-rJip.i"inK ballot umat be cut
,1 vjicl before jti-'oxpirntion.
. i i... niinniinpaniittiL nt f.liM
"iri1) be mailu on Sunday, Jan. 1,
Kulu of the Uimtoit.
.,-n:n. n nntitlcd tovoteasol-
nthev M obtain a copy of The
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fjl v'i nilioi out, wruo in me
rf:IVr choice, anu me niiuie 01
t or p1 raun oy wnom no or une
v an I aond to L. J. Wood,
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fli .!' JHIIIIIJiniutiwi , . .ivui.ia,
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,v ne rear 01 me iinriioiu
1. Knd rso on Hie enu oi mo enve
Rii (ii.ic vn voting uuntesi."
;. t ir the 9.1H10 person as often
rnV)3S . ...
)3 oi3 person can bo voted lor
,:3MU3t Ha uallot contains mo
id r.iaro than ono person it win
Zvery couv oi the iiailv he
in onnl Dec 31. will contain tho
!. S3 dint overy ballot iH voted
l.. I OIHUil la Jiufc uuiiunuii 11
!.n bat n open to overy town or
T.j ptrjon rocoivini; tlio largest
t of vo'i will bo given tho coin
::ary trip to thu World's fair.
I Di'bta inu-'t ba sent within to
ij;::r ilnjy appear in lnu Daily
j -j i. Iliilloti will not be
r'ei aujr that tune, excopt when
mm from out-of-town points, whe
.irs (onuer will be allowed.
I Rii its nvnt bj actually cut
IjT-; U.i-tnucvN and cah bu ob-
alm nootlier wav.
lOitthlB ballot out and vot for your
hnte, Some person will be ltord
iwmnt vacntioiw free of expense,
.LX, : MEN
Lost or Fulling .Manhood 1
IiiYolmitiuy Emissions, ImpotcncT, Montal
Worry, 1'ersoMnl Weakness, Lo.s of Mtinors ,
blipomlcnoy.andnll otlicr DUcutes of Mlmi
anil Hoily produced by youthful folllesnni over
indulgence, quickly Hiid purmancntly cured,
ESSENCE OE IIEE !
TIllC IlItliAT VITAI.IZKR 1
Prtini SnO 1Cr KAlllAAf A ttfllAd tnr tin. ...
In I'lll form at time price. Call or wrlto to lir.
HTHINIIAUT, lUinni 1, 331U Nmuh
Sprlnc Ntrt. Oiipusito Allfni'x lurnliiwu
Slorn, Los AiiRnfea, Cl.
Ql'KCIAIi and lnfulllblo tecincs nlso pia
kp pared for Gonorrhoea, Ulect,Syphlllilo and
Kidney and Bladder troubles.
Ait corumumcHiions strictly connuentmi nna
private. Olllco hours from 9 to 4 p. m.;tiun
days from lOtoU
Bus and Transfer Company
Meets trains, delivers passengers and
baggago to any part o( the cly.
Bus Faro 25 Cents Co and From Ihe Depot
Train Calls, Bagirnge and Freight
Orders left at the oillce nlth a. II.
uruclnnan A Co.
J. W. DEWITT,
IF YOU WANT AN
W.D.SILUU'E'Sal the ShooiiDg Gallery.
W. I). SHARPE.
Melons, Grapes and all Fruits Ico Cold, and a
comfortable place to cat them.
liitinav he your friend
WILLIAM M. FISHDACK.
IneDeniicrtttlo Cnnillilata fur Oocror
if A rbniwa.
H.'a Williiiin Mi'.ndo Fishbacl:. whom
lrViai :-rats of Arkansas havo named
n.:t covrrnor of that stato, is a Hv-
f J ulu 'ration of the andden and tro-
"''."i 'lcngc3 in southeni politics.
uvztl iru Nov. 5, 1831, in Culpepper
-v a his mothcr'3 people being
:iLi , ., i hi3 father's Uorinan. IIo
y idnr .ucl at tho University of Vir-
rri r a iaw in Richmond and lo-
J in Arkansas in IMS.
S CdPHt. thfirn iril nt 111 n llPtrllllllnir
''to (kreo etniggio wliich ended in
Evil nr anil ho wm nn iiiifioiniirotnis-
-jL'niuiiiuan from tho fh-bt. As such
fa 4$ A
AV. II. HSIIDACI
Ti-ai olected to tho convention of 1801,
" llu reinnlned through tho war and
a)c' -ted to tho United States senate
in "18G4. Iiiitwhon tho recousttictio
measures wero in progress he opioed
them and has shico been an active
After serving in tho legislature and
constitutional convention of 1874, be
sides other public services, ho is now u
candidato for governor as an avowod
"original Union mnn." Most of tho old
Confederato soldiors supported him, and
429 of tho 52!) votes of tho convention
wero instructed for him.
ILS. HAIL AND STAGE LINE.
raskengeni from Globe, Ban Carlos, For'
Thomas an4 all points below will plcate L'o
th stago t Bolomonvllle for Duncan on Won
days. WoilneKdays aud Fridays at7o'cloct a. m..
making cloe oonucctton at Uuncun with the
trlnfrom Lordaburcto Clifton and Morcncl.
Also with tho stage for Carlisle, New Mexico,
returning from Duncan to Bolomonvllle on ar
rival oi irain irom uillirm anil stage from Car
lisle on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, ar
rlvlug Rt tioloinonvlllo at G o'ocloelt p. in, I
keep a good corral ut each end of the route
This Is a khort roaa frco from dust and chuck
holes. Commercial men taken on any day of
Globo tFt. Thomas Stage Lino".
On tho first of Juno nn exposition was
opened at Quito, tho capital of the ro
pnblio of Ecuador, for tho purpose of
6howing articles collected for tho Chi
cago fair nnd nlso togivo an opportunity
to foreign manufacturers ami merchants
to display their wares. The first sug
gestion of this camo from Mr. Tisdel,
the special commissioner of tho Colum
bian exposition, mid it was hoped that
tho Industries of tho United States
would bo well represented. Tho Latin
American department is now informed
that it is a matter of considcrablo snr
priso nud comment on tho west coast
that not ono American honso is repre
sented at tho Quito fair, while Germany
and England havo sent many small
wares and soma portablo agricultural
machinery. This fair was duly adver
tised and the st.itcmont mado that
Americnu manufactures would bo ad
mitted freo of duty and transported to
Quito from tho seaport of Guayaquil at
tho oxpen? o of tho government. Kero
scno nnd shelf hardware constitute thu
principal productions of tho United
States on sale, witlf now and then a i
cargo of California Hour. Tho lack of
response to tho cordial invitation given
to tho merchants nnd manufacturers of i
tho United States by tho -Ecuadorian
government is n great disappointmen'
Tho Guuteniulu Untitling.
Tho exposition commission of tho ro
publio of Guatemala has arranged for a
contest nt which architects may submit
plans for tho building of that country
to bo erected on tho grounds at Chi
cago. Tho architects must he residents
of Quatemala, and tho building must be
of a character to bo easily transported
to that country and re-eroctcd at its
capital after tho cloao of tho exposition.
ft is not to cost more than $20,000, and
tho space of two ucres h.is lieeu reserved
for it. A building is desired which shall
bo typical of tho countrj'i and prizes of
fiOO are provided for. The competi
tive designs will bo opened on July 4
Tho Ijircrnt (lirilni.
It may bo only tho effervescence of the
exuberant Imagination of a BensationaV
correspondent, but ono of tho guild, in
tho cottreo of n very interesting letter,
eays that there i3 nu immense garden in
China that embraces an area of 50,000
squaro miles. It is all meadow land and
is filled with lakes, ponds and canals.
Altogether it is us largo as tlio states of
Now York nnd Pennsylvania combined.
Oarhyi.no u, 8.
Newfour-horso Concord coach, leaves Fort
Thomas dally, for Ban Carlos and Ulobu.
Leaves Globo dally for San Carlos and Fort
Thomas 'onnertltig on Monday Wednesday and
Friday for Ft. Grant and Willcox, and dally fur
Howie Station, Bolomonvllle, Duncan and
Clifton. Good coaches, fine stock, fast time.
Kvery effort made to liuure comfort of pas
engers. Special accomodation for drummers
and families. This line and Its conditions arc
the boat equipped stage lines In the Torrttory
FOR THE CAMPAIGN.
The TVIUK-A-WKBKHt. Inula Itupubllo
will bo mailed eaoh Tuesday and Friday, from
t.ow until Novembers), 18W, for ONLY for.
TV OKNTH. It Is a great semi-weekly paper,
and will bo Indispensable during tho Campaign!
An extra copy will bo sent freo to November
30, to tho sender of each club otjhe, with Two
Dollars. Bend for a package of Sample copies
and raUe a club. Address Tim Uepuelic, St.
. . -
Florence and Globe Stage Une
QTAGK LEAVKB FLOKEXCK DAILY FOlt
O HIversldoand Globo nt7 o'clock, r. M.;stops
all night at Klversldu a)id arrives at Globo at
3 o'clock, p. M.i leturnlnK. leaves Globe at 8
o'clock a. M.. arrives ut Florence at 1 o'clock I
A. M, Good accomodation on the road, lm-1
proved line, good stock and cnmfortaDle stages,
four-horte coaoh every other day. W. K. i
GUILD, Agent, Florence. K. F. KICLLNKR i
CO., Agents, Globo. '
Phoenix k Prescott Stage Line
For Presoott.via black oanyon:
Leave Pheanlx, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day at 7 a. m. Arrive, Sunday, Wcdntsday and
Friday at a. m. Fare, $12.60. Fiity pouuds ol
haggngo free; excess, C cents per pound.
For Trd'ctt, m Vnltnis id frirnii :
Leave Phcouls, Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day at 7 o. m. Arrive, Tuecday, Thursday aud
Saturday at 5 p. m. Fare, 15. Fifty pounds ol
baggage free; excess, VA cents per pound.
B7-"OuicewHn neui, rargoaiuo,
The Russ House,
1UIS. II. It. JKl'FOKWS, l'roprletrcss.
Ijirge, airy, wclMiirnlsbed rooms. Centrally
located, convenient to the business center. The
coolest house in Tucson. Located on one of
tho most desirable streets in the city. R.tlred,
aulet, with parlor for guests and piano. Every
opartment of the hotel Is carefully looked after
and the comfort of the guests lonsulted. A
porter nicels tho trains on arrival. Free 'bus.
A hotol comprising home comfort.
Free to the Afflicted
All who aro suffering from the effects
of Youthful Errors, Ixbs of Manhood,
Failing Powers. Gonorrhea, Gleet,
Stricture, Syphilis and the many troub
Jen which are thtfeilectsof these terrible
dieorders will receive, Fit lb of Chauok,
full dirtctiont how to treat nnd cure them
Htket at homc'bv writing to the Califou-
MA MKUIUAL AND 'StJaaiCAL IhFIItMAUY,
1029 Market Street, San Frnnclsco,'
X'lnnoH nnd OrtruiiM.
Pianos and Organs.
Mason & Hamlin
. , . L Pianos and Organs.
BEHR BROS.' Pianos.
Tho Popular and Medium Priced
PAESE & IRVING Pianos.
All fully warranted and having the iron plate,
steel bars and all modern Improvements, In
Itosewood, Mahogany, Antique Oak, French
and Circassian Walnut, Ash and other Fancy
Presuming that purchasers do not wish to be
Imposed upon by buying second-olasi pianos for
standard brut-elan Instruments. I beg leave to
submit the following reasons why they can ob
tain from mo special inducements.
1. I buy strictly for SPOT CABII at carload
rates from thu manufacturers.
2. I handle only Instruments of standard and
3. 1 pay neither rent, clerk's or tuner's
wages, nor Interest on Investment, hence icmi
tell at very low rates and on tho easiest ol in
stallments. 4. I take In payment old Instruments, real
estate, farm produce, etc.
Tuning Done and Work Guaranteed.
O. W. UUUKNI.VAF, Agmit.
North Curollnn's Doinucratlo Lender.
Elias Carr, tho Democratic nominee
for governor Of North Carolina, was
born in Edgecombe county, that state,
fifty-ono years ago. IIo is tho son of
James Carr, formerly a noted agricul
turist and owner of the big Bracobridge
estate and on being notified of his selec
tion by tho con
ed in his speech
"I know how to
do only two
things. Ono is
to superintend a
farm and the
other Is to voto
dato Carr is o
man of fine edu
cation, nud has
PHCENIX. TEMPE AND MESA STAGE
Makes regular trips dally.
Leaves Phoenix every morning at 7 o'clock and
Kcturus at 6:30 P. M.
Good Stock and Light Kigs, Rapid and Pltasast Trips.
Carries passengers nnd express.
LEAVE ORDER8 AT MCBA FRUIT 8TOHE.
FRANK MILLBIt, PJ10P.
"EL PASO ROUTE"
Texas and Pacific
Tho Great Popular Route Between
TUB EAST AND WEST.
Short Hue to NKW ORLKAN8, KANSAS CITY,
CHIOAGO, ST. LOUIS, NEW YOKK and
WASHINGTON. Favorite lino to tho
lurlh, east and southeast. PULLy-
MAN I1UFFF.T bLEEPINq
CAHS and solid trains
from Kl Paso to
Dallas, Fori Worth, New Orleans, )!t raphis and St. Louii.
FAST TIME AND DURE 00NNE0TI0N8.
ttgffce that your tickets lead Tuias and
Paulllc Hallway. For maps time tatje, tiekel
rates nnd all required Information, call on or
address any of the ticket ngents.
E. L. SARGENT,
Gen. Agt. Kl Paso, Texas.
Gen Pass, and Ticket Agt., Dallas, Tex.
studied at tho University of Virginia
and tho University of Nortli Caro
lina. Ho lias what i3 considered tho
finest plantation in tho stato, and has
long boon prominent in all movements
tending to benelit fnrmors. Tho pres
ent, however, is his first political ven
ture. IIo married Miss Eleanor Kear
ney just before tho war and has 11
Creatures Thnt Lay KgK".
Somo silkworms lay from 1,000 to
2,000 eggs, the wasp 3,000, tho ant from
3,000 to 5,000. Tho number or eggs laid
by tho queen beo has long been in dis
pute. Durmeistcr says from 5,000 to
6,000, but Sponco nnd Kirby botli go him
several better, each declaring that tho
queen of averago fertility will lay not
less than 40,000 and probably ns high ns
50,000 in ono season, St. Louis Repub
A flock of about twenty strango look
ing fowls, flying just abovo the houso
tops, passed over town Tuesday foro
noon. They came from tho west nnd
pursued a beo lino east. Tho fowls wero
iiltout tho sizo of ducks and wero trim
built,.with long, pointed wings; breasts
wero whito and wings wero gray colored.
Guess .thoy.woro "Mother Carey's
chickens." Weston (Mp.) Journal.
MurrlHgo In rortuRnt nnd IluiiRiiry.
Taking Europe, marriage appears tho
least popular in Portugal, where in
every 1,000 inhabitants, 310 are married,
028 aro singlo nnd C3 nro widowed. In
Hungary mnrriago would appear t bo
moro popular than in any other country
Out of every 1,000 of tho population 47
aro married, 532 nro single and 01 are
widowed, Philadelphia Timos.
Southern Paeifie Co.
r fZ. A. M. DAILY, MIXED TKA1N FOB
jV) Tucson, IScueon, Lonhtlmrgh and In
I O X A. M. DAILY, PACIFIC KXPP.K8B
0!30 for points In Callfornia.Novada,
sou and Washington.
nOn V. M. DAILY, ATLANTIC EX
'. AAJ ttrcss for Tucson, Benson, Doming
El Pnso.San Antonio, Houston and Now Orleant
C' OM I'.M. DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOR
Y.aA) Yuma ami Intermediate statiom.
T. II. GOODMAN,
. - Gen. Pass. Agent
Gen. TrafHo Manazer
Florence and tea Grande Stage.
fllapo lcavci Casa GrAiido at 7 a. m., each
moriilng, arrive) nt Florenco at 11:30 a.m.
Returning leaves Florence at 1:30 p.m., ar
rive at Casa Grande at C n. in. .
Makcseonncctlon at Florence wl h stage for
Globe. This line is llfty miles nearer Globe
tt'an any other line.
DREW, STEVENS & CO,
Maricopa & Phoenix R. R.
TIME TABLE NO. 24:
IN Kftkct JUNK 28, 1802-,
Notice Desert Land Entry.
United Statks Land Ofrici', 1
Tucson, Ahuo.na, Aug. 11, lcM.)
Complaint having been entered at this ofllee
by Alverado C Frederick agalntt Charles P.
Kauf for failure to comply with law as to
Dewrt Und KntryNo. 1173, dated JuneiS 1WS.
upon the whole of section 2'.), township D
south, range 0 west, In Maricop county, Arlx
nna, with a view to the cancellation of said
entry, contestant alleging that fald Charles
V. Kaul has lauen 10 rompiy wuu me pro
visions of the law since the date of his filings
In that be has not conveyed water upon nor
cultivated said tract of hind or any part there
of, and there Is no evidence of any attempt
in irrigate me same.
The contestant having filed his nflldavlt in
this omen, settine forth the fact that
after due diligence he could not obtain
personal rervlco ana mat ne oeueves me
contestco Is no longer a resident of this ter
ritory and asks that service may bo had by pub
lication In Tub Arizona Republican, a paper
published at t'ha-nix, Arizona.
Thu same Is eranted and the said parties
aro hereby summoned to appear at this
olhce on tho 17th day of September, IBM. at 10
o'clock a. ru., to respond ana furnish tosllmony
concerning said alleged failure. Hearing bo-
fore Register anu iteceiver ai mo meson uiiiii
Otllce, September SI, 1KJ2. aUO o'clock a. m.
Job Work and General Impairing.
Screen Work a Specialty.
All Work Guaranteed. Olllco and Shop
second door ean of Yindome Wathlngtot
BtrcetJfeCalJ. or address llox 721. I'brenlx. Ariz.
Z3X " JBwtjJT
GEOH. THOMPSON, -
: " OONTRAOTOH
8. W. Cor. JerTcrson and Montciuma Ets
Estimates and plans furnished. Sorseen Doors
and Window Bcreens a rpeslaltv.
Work Dodo in Any Part of the Territory.
SH0RIHT Q.U.CKWTN -JSMiSHo,
Lookout, No Moru l'mnature Dentil.
Not claiming such pretentions, as Galcno Is
entitled to claim, and desiring also to remain
modest without consulting; the Medical science
of today that Is yet In its cradle or in its infan
cy. With or wfthout the permission ,of the
learned nstronomerCamlllo Flamnrlan who In
vestigates and measures with non-poitlveness
his marvelous distances. Alsoof Pasteur curing
and Inoculating hydrophobia and also with the
permission of Professor Koch stumbling against
his new discovery of Inoculating consumption
ortubcrculosls;tohoso whonrohtalthy. Ilellke
a rattletrap made more noise In this hUflering
world than wis necessary to relUveEiinerlng
humanity. It huppeus to to them all what
happened to tho alnmliaa of Galvsn, promising
rain nud producing wind. J will also mention
Castellar tho learned who In all his yarns never
forgets to blow In the Medltcranean sea, and
ilso of Ygleslas the tapeworm doctor who
creates and takes away tapeworms from tho?o
thai have none. I desire to announce to the
world that all discoveries were made by chance
or accident; and that, I hve myself suffered so
much, and that I havo licen horrorlze l so much
by learned doctors that I fear them worse than
I do a 1 attlesnake. I fear and despUo them for
,he reAson that they bnve poisoned a brother of
mine, and for bavins polsonod me several times.
And If I have ecapod from tholr learned hands
It was through fear and horror of th( pains and
iiifterlngs they Impoied on me aiMnpting to
make some new discovery. I have myMlt dis
covered antidotes and remedies that aro harm
less and simple and of great powers to euro and
illeviiito the following diseases: Consumption
or tubercul'wls, such as Professor Koch tails
It, rheumatism, dysentery, yellow fever and
fever and ague, stone In the bladder, syphilis
md all diseases of men and women. I desire to
mnounce thnt I am ready to cure the most for
mtrtablt) dlMaes that doctors of fame cannot
pretend to cure. I believe that tlte sclenco of
medlclno Is In Its Infancy nr in the cradle as I
have before sUted. It wasnecesiity that obliged
mo to make exiieilments, and they aslsted me
In making my wonderful discoveries. I roco'r,--nend
my reracdlrji to suffering humanity. No
moro premntnro death lam satlfledthat by
makiiigsuch declaration I will bo -Judged as a
fool, but I do noi enre, I cannot help it, I res
live niwelf to calumny and prejudice, I know
that doctors will bark at mo like dogs bark at
lomethlng they never havo seen before, but I do
aot care (or their hydrophobtoignnrancp know
ing I havo relieved sutreriug humanity and
inved human life. I hopo that tho hour of Jus
dflpatlnn has arrived and that Justico will bo
endered to the ono thatdctorves it.
R. Silva, A
Phnmlx.Ariz., July 13,1832.
Queen & Crescent
EAST TENN., VR. & GR. RYS.
SOLID VESTIBULED TRA1NP.
Xtw Orleans to Cwinmti, 91 Mild Shoitnl
Making Direct Connections For All
Points north and east.
CHr-PulIman Palacu Cars through without
chaiige via ChatUnooga to New York. Only i n
change of cars to the prl nclpal points In Georgli
Viiglnla, North and Scuth Carolina audAtlan
tie States. . , . x
rjW-Tlcket o0l3e,9l St. Charles Street, Nevi
Cllenhs, U. F. JONES, T. P. A.,
7 Gleet. Whites.Snermatorrhocal
For anr unnatural d Itcharce uk"
your druggist for a bottle of
fife G. It cures in a fewdavs
I without the aid or publicity of a
1 doctor. Kon-poisonons ana
I guaranteed not to stricture.
L nt UKlvtrstu American vurt.
.Ths Evars Chemical Co.!
"WTEy, LIQUORS AITT CIGA.JI&.
V. LA.VOE.Iisr, -
AGENT EOE PABST BEEWING CO,
Also tho John Weiland Brewing Co. San Francisco.
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF
Malt Liquors, Wines, Kentucky Whiskies. Imported Wines a Specialty,
Choice Groceries Always on Hand.
Runs 0 sptcial delivery wagon. Iter, oved from corner of Congress and Merer to cornor Mcsllla
and Meyer strecti, Tucson, A rizoua.
Successors to T. J. TRASK.
RprMit As"r-r v
1 .Jijiiii r-r 1 a c. 1
'eyicwum iga6 "
Tlicfiiiet Winter and
ffrnU, elghUeu milts
from Los Angeles, nnd
rpi!rhfd only by the
Snnia Fo ,t Ridondo
railway; an elegant
frmlly hutel; beautiful
d uing hall, with ocean
Mews from every so it.
l-eiicc, tablo nud ap
poiii'nienta not ex
celled Host tennis
court In the state. Fine
Ixutliig and fishing.
nhing all the )car
rouno Katcii, U.on per
ter week andunwardii.
Itt-clal rates by Iho
: " ira
C-.VTJCJII'J'' va' LAST.
C. R, ILAJMLRIOK.
Has leased W. II. Smith's Fhocing shop, corner of Center
nnd Adams streets (Gilmoie Hros. old stand). y. II. Smith
will continue to wbik in the ehnp. Make u specialty of
racing and tiotting horses. Former patronage respectfully
solicited. All work guaranteed.
August it ism. C. R. HAMRICK.
NEWLY RENOVATED AND REMODELED.
ALL THE ROOMS ON GROUND FLOOR
Headquarters for Commercial Travelers. : : : Best Table in Arizona
MOD 8A2PIE.R003S AXB FIRST-CLASS BtB C0XXECTIB
. -PIKENIX. A1UZONA
CALIFORNIA ORANGE TREES AT LESS
THAN FLORIDA PRICES.
Washington Naval and Mediterranean, Sweet Valentin, Hearts Tardiff, and all other
varieties. Also Whito Smyrna ana wnue Aunauorig irainunnniKn.
I have 4.000 two year-old Woshlngton Navel buds oil four-year-old roots that I wll.
tell forfSJ per hundred aud 6000 one-year-old buds on three-year-old root for 75. per
lundred. AllMritclaRStreee, that Isthe price delivered in Phoenix. Also several
imidred thousand Heedless Sullana grape cuttings and a few thoutands seedless
H. R. HOLT,
10 3.'. p,m
9:10 a. an.
8:25 a. m.i
8:00 a m.
7:30 a. r.i.
JJouJhcm Pacific cast hound passes Maricopa
nt8ou?heni Paclflo west liound pasies tlarleops
.it 6:35 A. it.
Trains Stop im Slguni. .
Trains male cJom connection with Southern.,
PacltlC tr UU!. uonueciai i"!!. "."," 6,T
lorMoiaOlty, lonosville and Foit .McDowell,
at PhSmlx vlto stages for Prescott, Wlckenburg
nnictt and Vnlture.
O. B.MABTflN, Vlce-Presidont and Manager..!
D. L. Murray.
The Only Cold Air Storage
In the City.
-I. W, HUDSON.
a. L. Graybeal.
Deef, Mutton, Veal, Pork
D'.L. MURRAY & CO.,
ALL MEATS KEPT ON COLD STORAGE
FROM THREE TO FIVE DAYS BEFORE
SERVED TO CUSTOMERS
WASHINGTON ST. OPPOSITE CITY HALL.
iiiTrioGnAPinNG a?jt iiookbinding.
. SEND FOR DESIGNS S ESTIMATES
JVIaps, Pamphlets, N
0fiG? Stationery, D
L rfisfioolor-frVi. g
RGB Baiminff St. Los Angeies, uau
Rooms, 50c to $1.50 per Day.
Special Rates for Monthly Rooms.
Ti n l 1 II I 1 11 Is now run in Eastern style at Eastern prices. Celebrated Freder
lift Lftlltm I fllGl Mr Icksburg beer 5 cents a glass-20 cents a bottle or three i botlles 50
lilt U,lllllll imai UUl rent,. ja 5 cenl a glass. Napa Valley Wine Co's.. Claret wines
JO cents per bottle, three bottles forW cents. Fine assortment o( Easteni and Key West Cigari,
from 6 cents to 25 cents. The nncit Kentuckv Whiskies, such as Melnood, Ilazelwood, Her.
mltaee. Monogram aud Old ChicVen Cock of 'M sold over the bar. Nothing but double stamp
whiskies kept in stock. Glvo me a call and satisfy yourself. ,..,,,. n,niIrnirT, ,,
Phoenix, Anz. JOSKPII TIIALUEIMER. Prop.
The Great- Trunk Line
North, East and West.
AND THE ONLY UNE RUNNING
Through Pullman Sleepers
TO THE EAST
Without a Change.
-Caw. 4 1.- -wrtii. !.tftn rrnrt via tho AtchieoD,
Topeka & Santa Fc- Bailwny. For any Information re-
gartlinK ntr.. connecuo, --olSON. Q. P. & A..
Or C. H. MOREHOUSf, D. F. & l. A EI Prso.Tcxrh,-