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If 3 THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1892.
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THE CAPITOL of ARIZONA
Is located. on a beautiful tract of land adjoining the City of Phoenix on the west. The site for tile-building is in the center of a tract of ten acres belonging to the Teiriiory.
Nearly $8,U00 has already been expended by the Capitol Commissioners in beautifying the grounds, and it is today the pride of Arizona. A street railway runs to thcl
center of the plat.
It is beyond any doubt permanently settled for all time. Our recent constitutional convention so decided it, and placed a clause in our constitution to that effect.
A number of fine residences havo already been erected near it, and a lame number are in contemplation by prominent men throughout ihe teiritory and through tb
country. Lots that sold one year ago for $200 each are now selling at 500 and tipwards. There is no spot in the west that promises such rapid advances in values as i h're offered
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iui uiu iois on wasmngion street, navo oeen uisposcu oi auci oui, uvo uro umi, on mu nasi, smu ui uiu vupiiui. vu nuvu just piaiieu me gronnu on tno west. Hie streets are
lacing graded and the lots placed this week on the market. This new plat commences but one block west of the Capitol site.
Waihtend to do as wo did east of the site, start tho lots at $200 each and sell a limited number at that price. Parties wishing to avail themselves of 'this splendid opportunity
should apply at once for we confidently believe by spring these lots will bo selling at $500 each.
M. E. COLLINS,
; J. Chamberlain.
W. J. CB.MBlGIlX,A.ISr & CO.,
Mo.. 1315. Sixteenth St.. DENVER COLO.
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LITIIOGltAPIIING AND BOOKBIM1ING.
3END FOR DESIGNS X ESTIMATES
kkh Ttfiniiiinr St.
Los Angelos, Cnl
CALIFORNIA ORANGE TREES AT LESS
THAN FLORIDA PRICES.
Washington Naval and Mediterranean, Sweet Valentin, Hearts Tardlfi", and all other
varieties. Also White Smyrna and White Adrlattc Fig Trees at Lowest Prices.
I hare 4,000 two-year-old Washington Navel buds ou four-year-old roots that I wll.
sell for$85. per hundred and 8000 one-year-old buds on three-year-old root for75. per
hundred. All flrit class trees, that Is the price delivered In Phoenix. Also several
hundred thousand Seedless Sultana grape cuttings and a few thousands seedless
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Las Veoas Hot Springs,
Olark D. Frost, Manager.
This Magnificent Wavaido Inn in lorated in the Rocky Mountains, 7000
feet above sea level, on tho Santa Fe route.
A Modern Hotel. Constant Sunshine. I: Von ShonTd Visl
Open tho Year Round. Medicinal Hot Splines
Low Weekly Rates. Hunting and Fisli'iip;.
Dry, Cool Air. Health and Pl"tnrH.
Excursion Tickets on sale EVERY L'AY 1M THE Y.EAR. Write toG.T
Nicholson, General Papsenper and Ticket Agent, Atchison, TopekaA 8ant''
R. R., Topoka, Kanpns, for a copy of a beautifully Illustrated brochure, entit'fJ
"THE LAND OF SUNSHINE."
Nearest Aeentnf Bantu F TtnntA will qnn HcVpt ratp on application.
R R. HOLT,
The Arizona Republicam Co.,
JMConlhon IMooJc. THCENxx, ARIZ.