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JElue Cxrcouiuxr Jntu.
C. M. Funston, Editok.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27. 1896.
OnoVeur ...12 CO
Six Months 12J
Tlirco Months 75
Address nil communications and make ull
remittances to 0. M. Fukston, Flagstaff,
Adverting rates given upon application.
Entered at tlio riagstaff post office, as second-class
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Below Is given the highest nnd lowest points
registered by tliu tlieriuomctcr In Flncstntr
during tliu month to this ditto:
Hate. Minimum Minimum
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Did tun both mention statehood?
Tin: claims of I'tcscott ns a pet feet
btimineriesoit netcr show So sttongns
tin1 do about this season of the year.
The Phoenix cm uhnl has closed.
Itttiew ninny stiangeis to that city,
nnil it u ill do nut only that cily but
tho Tenitory a great deal of good.
HERE AND THERE-
Movements of Homo Follisand Notes
B. M. Spencer returned from Los
Angeles Ft May.
Robert Hen nessy and btldo came iu
from Texas Friday.
M. M. Fisher relnrncd Friday from
a trip to Los Angeles.
S. H. Fine, tho A. & P. lelief agent,
was in town Monday.
J. H. Lind and Olho Back left Mon
day on a ten-day trip to tho Verde
J. iV. Thtirber returned jesteiday
from a trip to Albuquerque.
H. S. Van Slyek, tho general freight
of Ihe A. & P. railroad, spent a couple
days hero during tho week.
Mrs. Josio O'Neill vamo in from
Tuba City Sat ui day, ivhern sho is
teaching school. Shu will return nest
Fred A. Anderson, known to I lit
printing fraternity as "Wood Miter
Bill,1' is now editor of tho Rincou
(N. M.) Weekly.
A. Ti'tzlnw, tho mci chant tailor of
Williams is in ton ii this week. Mr.
Teizluw has a largo tailoiing business
in that place and took a number of or-
Mrs. J. W. Wcalheifoid returned
from a isit to Weathi'iford, Texas,
Friday. Sim was accompanied by her
sister. Miss Minnie MeGratan who will
spend tho summer here.
Harry IIo.Mvorth, J. U. Pontine,
Frank Hoehderffur and C.ipt. Gloivner
returned from a tiip to Moimou Lako
Monday. They brought b.tek a num
ber of ducks and say that tho lako is
covered with wild ducks and geese.
George Campbell of Flagstaff, who
lias been attending tho carnival iu
Phoenix, accompanied by his sister,
Mis. Claik, csterday luiurued home.
Mr. Campbell is one of tliu most popu
lar poling men of the gateway city and
has a host of friends here. Republican.
w - w
"h "g?5 AS
7. ,Y, ii'j"-' W-tm could not
WKi AK "ay and ni
MM'mMm ma t0
Intense Suffering with Muscular
"I hereby certify that for soven years I
was troubled with my knee. I used pre
liniments but all
to no purpose.
Tho trouble kept
and tho joints
My knee became
almost stiff and
& pained mo so I
Mr. Esrs Benedict " ""' nnu '"
stromiburBii, Neb. ten It would seem
as if I would havo to havo my leg ampu
tated as the pain became almost unendur
able. I suffered beyond description. Fi
nally, hearing of Hood's Barsaparllla I
concluded to try it. After I bad tnkcu
one bottle I felt much better nnd after
teking several bottles can say I am well,
My Knco Has Boon Cured
lid that I can walk and go around as well
os any one of my age. I am 63 years old
and work my farm, and my ability to do
so I attributo to tho bcnellcinl effects of
Hood's Sar-npnrllla. I advise all who are
afflicted with rheumatism In any form to
tako Hood's Sariaparilln." Kzka Be:i
EDlcr, Slromsburgli, Nebraska.
Is the Only
True Blood Purifier
Prominently In tho public eye today.
I hereby announce myself as u candidate
fortlioofllcoof Marshal uf tho town of Flag
staff ut tho election to bo held on A P' 11 . 10)0.
W. O. DICKINSON.
I hereby announce myself ns ncandldnto
for 1 ho ofllceof .Mm Vint of Iho town of Flag
slaff dtllie Anillelecilnn
I hereby annonnco myself hs n candidate
for Ihe ollli c of Marshal of tho town of Flas
sliiir at tho April ele tlfin.
I liciebv announce myself. 'is acandlrlato
for tho olllco of .Marsh ii of the town of t'lag
bt.ilT at the April election.
I licicby nnnoiinco tnysulf ns a candidate,
for the ofllcu of Mathhnl uf tho town of Phii,'
stuir ul the coming Ap II cleetlnn.
I hereby nnnouiu'it myself as a cindldnte
forthoolllcuof Matsliul of tho town of Tlug
st.tff at the coming A pill election.
11. F. DOXEY.
At tliu lequcst of m.my of my friends I
hereby iimi iiui'o myvlf us a enndld.ito foi
Mnisli.klof tlio town uf l'lagilaff at thnconi
INK Apill ukctlon. J. II. SMITH.
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Issued in Seml-WVckly Fccjlons. i:ii,t pa,s
each Tuesday and I'lidny. IS paws excrj
week. One Yc.ir. tl CO; S.x Months. C0c. nti
lliesi' UEUL'CED HATES it is nlit THE CHEAPEST.
sui'i:it isoit or sTitr.iiT.s.
UM-irl'e Dillc liver llli, Mllou
rOOQ S rlllS lien, heaiUcbe. zoo
The gieiU Anieiican humotist, Edgar
Willis Nyo, known ns Bill Nyo" tho
woild wer, died a. his homo near
Asheville, N. C, on the 19th iustantof
The spiing elections iu Pennsylvania
mciely jirovo that next fall the Key
stone slate uill 10II up an enormous
majoiity for tho Republican candidate
for piesideut of Iho United States.
The fhaii man of tho Republican
. tcniloiial conlnil committee has away
of his mm iu felting tho day for tho
meeting of Ihe couiuution. It is prob-
able (hat tho Republicans nill have at
, least ouo teriitutial convention this
J ea r.
THE freo silver senators succeeded in
killing Iho lai iff bill. The silver sena
tors stood for their cause, but wo re
glet to wry that in doing so they
hint tho cause of silver, and thcro
is now but little hopo that tho freo
coinage of silver will ever be accomplished.
The Tucson Slur" suggests to Del
egate Mm phy that, inasmuch ns there
is 110 hopo for statehood, ho obtain tho
passage of a bill allowing the terri
toi its to elect Hair own officers from
governor down. Tho "Star" might
liavo added that Mr. Murphy Include
in tho bill an appropriation to defray
tho election eNpeusesof iho candidates.
Sexaiou Shehman says: "Tho Re
publicans are doing nil iu their power
to bring tho tariff bill to'the considera
tion of tho Senate, and aro working
most earnestly to secure its passage.
It is not such a bill ns they desire in
tho way of a taiiff measure, but is
solely a temporary revenue measure
which they consider likely to give the
rolief asked for by tlio President. They
nrc, however, just as earnest in their
endeavor to pass it as though it wero
tlio ideal tariff bill."
Mrs. S. C. Dickinson is on the sick
list. Alfred Ijjckinson will work his
fathci's ranch this jcar.
O. J. Ames is working a part of Jas.
Page's raucli this year.
Abo Huckaby is shearing goals for
Page & Uitt this week.
Horse racing 11 as the older of the
day at Aullmati on tho 22d hist.
Jas. Muse, R. 15. Cannon and P.il
Kelley were in Piescott last neck on
liny dec Lane, has been walking on
crutches for the past four weeks, caused
by the f.tlliug of a horse.
Will Dickinson is 11 01 king thu Tain
ranch this year. Ho is erecting a new
dwelling hottso on thu noitli cud of thu
J. II. Lou has sold his ranch on
Upper Oak creek to Mis. Elizabeth
Hoivaid and has purchased the store at
Aultman, wheiu ho uill reside iu the
Judge Love, formerly a prominent
Democratic-politician and slump orator
of Flagstaff, but a recent conveit to
Populism, is working on the new ditch
of D. F. Halt at South Coruiille.
L. M. Turner is faking out a ditch on
the east side of Oak creek opposite R,
Houghton's ranch. Ho expects to
erect a grist mill in tho niir future.
This is a much needed euterptise, and
will no doubt bo a paying investment.
Mr. Tumor recently camo from Camp
Work on tho Lane & Mason ditch
was delayed some timo recently by the
startling discovery that water would
not How up hill in an open ditch. Tlio
receiviug'end of the ditch was found to
be considerably lower thau tho dis
charging end. A now survey was
made (uot by an Iowa engineer, how
ever), and now tho work is progiessjug
On his recent biithday, St. Valentino
distributed ins artistic, souvenirs with a
laiish hand iu tho Verde and Oak
Creek valloy s. A great deal of ill
feeling seems to havo been engendered
by the selection of presents sent out,
as they were not chosen with a view to
pleasing tho recipients, and it is said
that threats of official decapitation havo
been mado against at least ouo of Uncle
Sam's servants for his part iu the busi
ness, and tho end is not et. Tho old
saint usually causes much merriment
with his crude pictures and jests, but
if the old cuss does not exercise better
judgment in tho selection of presents
for the residents of this neck of tho
woods, black eyes, bloody noses, knife
and gun plajs will probably result.
Those who neither sent nor received his
presents aro watching tho fun and
waiting developments with a goud deal
Tile Itevlvul Meetings.
On Sunday morning, Mai eh 1st, the
Rev. L. Sliellhoiu of New Jeisey uill
commence a ten days' setics of eian
gelislie sen ices in tho M. E. church.
This will lie thu closing seiies of meet
ings of ibis year. Rev. Sliellhoru is in
evangelist of national f.iini! anil has
moio lb. in ono thousand conversions in
his u oil; this year.
This is tliu harvest timo for Ihe
Chiisti.ms f Flagstaff and they should
make all the saeiiliccs necessary to
I ally dining thesu ten days and leap
Ihe clop lesultitig fiom the feed soil
ing of years past and the cultivation of
tiie last few weeks.
Fiiil.iy evening, Feb. 28th, will bo
the fin en ell sen ice of Rev. Woiihen,
uho 11 ill dep.ut for Wiiislmv Saturday
illuming. Mr. Wmtlicii has ilone a
good woi k iu Flagstaff, has ptv.ieheil
tlio gospel plainly and in the face of
much opposition has maintained a good
eongiegation, a number have been
enlivened, a less number have united
tilth lilt chinch, and Iho inem' eis of
Ihe chinch have had valil.Hilo instiuu.
lion ami also hale been ipiickcncd iu
religious e.Npei fences. R Wot then
will leave hchihiPhim a host of fiieuds,
and should ho cier pass this way again
II ill 1 ci'iive a lie.iity wrlcom.i.
The pastor of the M. E. church de
siies to go on record ns heartily ap
putting the woil; of Rev. Woi tlien as
a gospel eiaugelist.
(it-ami nnil Trial Jurors.
The following is the list of grand
nnd dial jtuors summoned to appear
at the Match tetni of conn. The
grand juiois are summoned to appeir
at the coin L hitiist) on Mimtlai, Jtreh
9th, at 10 o'clock A. si.. Tho I rial
jttiors to be at the same place on Wed
nesday. M:u eh 11. at 10 o'clock a. m.
Grand Jiii'oisR. J. Arey, Eltnoie
Atlig. E. J. Ueviui, William Motz, Jt
ii. iviiKiMtnci;, a. iu. i.im.iiii, James
Avety. J. R. llalfotd, J. L. Tieat,
J. 11. Jones, U. II. MtGotiigle. I). F.
Phelan. S. S. Acker. Waller Ik-eson,
C. H. Ed wai ds. II. E. Campbell. Chas.
Ci others, J. A. Wilson, II. A. Rogers,
C. J. Babbitt, 1V. II. (Joldtr.ip.
Tiial Jttro'tp Chiules Catlson, Wal
ler KisliTigbuiy, Asa Cl.uk, Andrew
Drake, R. D. Postal, Julius Aubine.iU.
W. B. Eshom, M. G. Love, Thomas
Smith, James Woods, R. K. F.uiis.
wot th, Fied Bauer, J. R. Robinson,
Frank Clift, Flank Doiighei ty, S. Ptit
li man, E. M. Ishell. F. L. Eddy, M. A.
Black, Geoige L. Hatdy. M. J. Dntnn,
Hiram Blgelow. J. Jl. Fain, Jesse
Gregg, E. R. Bay less, John Arnold,
E. W. Dobbs. J. J. Keator, W. H.
McDonald, Leo Nun man, A. A. Allen,
Henry McDeiniotl, Franl; Beal, J. F.
Hawks, E. F. Phelan! F. R. Gosney,
J. W. Kiefer, Ed. Dickinson, D. S.
Russell, C. E. L nub.
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I hcrolr announso mys.lf as n cindldit?
,...4lin 11 .nnf h. ..!.!-. k.1.AA....ff .1...
tnwn of t-'lirMtilf .it-th nlnttnn 1 1 bo lipbl
on Monday. April 0. 1S'J3.
T. II. HAMSAUIt.
I heru.iy iiiiiinuiicu tnyi-elf as 'a candidate
for thoo Ilcoof Sup.'rvUir of Htrecin of tliu
town of I'M jiMff at the April clo'tlou.
Fit A NIC L. HEAL.
I hereby iiniioiiiico tuy-elf ns a candidate
for thti u Hcu of S mil vlsnra of Streets at the
April election of thu town of I'la-tnlf.
V A. MAYIXUWKIt.
Notice Is hereby Riven that the annual
iiicetliij; of thu Stockholders of tlio Kuin
lt!er & Los Angelra i:ieclrlc'l'our C'om
piuy will bo IielJ at tho Hunk hotel in tin
town of I'lagst If. Coconino county. Arizona
on Tuesday Ihu Micl day of -Miucli. 1S9J. at
J o'clock p. m.. fur the purposo of decline
llo.nd o 1)1 1 colors fori hu uiisulngycar, and
for thu pitipuMiot unii'inlliix tliu Articles ot
Interpolation anil tlio by-law, nnd forth)
tiaiutctlun of hiicli other bu-lncsn in ma)
ptopeiiy come bcfoiotlii!mt.ctliis.
Tliu sto ic transfer born. of the eompanj
will bj cloisJ 01 Saturdiy tliej.'i day ol
February, 1M3. at 5 o'clock p. in., and will
remain closed until Wednesday tho (th day
of Match. 18W, at 10 o'clock a. m.
lty order of tho Hoard ot Dlrcctois.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Homestead Entry No. GU
LM) OrriCK at I'ltEscorr, Aitiz.,
Januaiy 21. lbW.
Notice Is hereby clven th it tiie following
named suttlur has filed uotlcuof lilslntentloh
to maks' final pronf In support of his claim
and that said p-ojf will bu made before John
YorieH. Clerk uf tho District CoitrfT at Flu;:
stair, Arizona, on March Si, 1;?J. vir: .(nlin O.
Hamilton, for thu S ' i N 1 : 4 and .N'.j&E;(.
Srectlon ii. Township 2) N, UaiiKe7 E. Hi
irimea thu folloninj; witnesses toprovo lib
continuous residence on. iiniUullluitlon 01
said land. 1 Iz: .lolin W. Francis o( Flagstaff
Ailiiiia, John Dluinondof FI.e'stafT. Arizona
W. J. Watson of Flagstaff. Arizona, L.
Donslicrty. of Flagitair. AiI;ona.
II. D. ltOS Keglslor.
First ptibllcat on Februiiy 13, 18J3.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Tho engagement is announced of
Will C. Barnes of Nav'njo and Maii
eopa counties mid Miss Edith Talbot
OrrtCE of Tun IinAnn or Supr.nvisons opI
COCOM.0 COUNTY, AlllONA TEIIIIITOIir I
Fi.AosrArr,Fob.sr. 18BB- 'J
Notlco Is hereby given that tho Hoard of
Superi Isors of Coconino county, Arizona, will
recelvo sealed bids until 12 o'clock noon on
March 7. 18M. for making alterations In the
1 oof of tlio County Jail at Flajrst tlT. Arizona
In uccoidanco with tho plans undspcclllca
tlons now on fllo forlnsp ctlon In tho oOlceof
the Clerk of tlio Hoard. The right to rol. ct
any and all bids Is riscrved. Byorderoftbo
I'recinpllon Declaratory fatatcment No. 2187.1
Lamj OrrtCE at I'linscorr, 1
January 2J, Ifc'.ij. 1"
Notice is hereby clien tint tliu following
named scttlur haslilcd nuticuof his Intention
tuniaUu filial pioof in support of his claim
and th it said proof it 111 be made before N
U. 1. lytou. Clerk ufl'robito (.'on it, at Flau-
stair. Ariz., on .Match 13, 18.0; viz., E. N
Clutk, idiiiintsttator vslato of W. W. Plen
ties (deceased), for the MS Section 8, 'ioiin
ship 21 North. Itinu 0 Kasl. Hu names tin
following witnesses to puxeliU continuous
rusldciicutipin anilciilthat ouof said land
viz.: U. A. Hush or Flagstaff. Ai.zona. J. A
Marshall of 1 lagstair. Arizona. J, A. Lam
prt of Flagstatr, Arizona. Leo Newman ol
H. D. ItOSs, lt..-Uter
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Mountain time is standard used.
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Estate of William Wi Prentice, deceased:
Notice Is lieiuby slven by tliu undersigned
adtnliilstrator of the tslatu of William W
l'i entice, deceased, to thuctcdltors or and In
all person bavins claims iiRalnst tlio said
deceased to exhibit tlivm, with tho nccessaiy
ipuchers, iiithln four iiiontlis after tho (list
publication of this notice, losaldadmluistra
Hir, at his ofllco in the toiin ot FInKstalT,
Territory of Arizona, thu olllco of said ad
ministrator Ileitis 111 tho second story of the
llabbltt lllocl:, tlio same bclns tho place for
the transaction of tlio business of said estate
In Coconino county, Arizona.
E. S. C'LAKIv.
Administrator of said estate.
Dated Flagstaff. Arlrnni. .Taniia ij if. Ifffi
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bummit f 2
Itamsute r 1
fckull Valley I
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Zip 4 10p
Up (3 lip
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Tho limited trains leavlns Chlcairn west
K)unilat6p. m dally and Los Anseles east
lound at 8 p. m. da'ly carry I'ullman's latest
mil most elegant sleeplnj cars, rcclinlnz
hair car. with an attendant to look after Iho
.MssenKcr-.' co'nfort. and new dining cats
.hron iih ulthoutchanso betneen Los Angeles
In nddlilon to tho regular dally equipment
1 luxurious compartment sleeping cur. con-
11,11111 M ill ll.rl.i.. ...... 1 . .... ..
00111s. n II lie uttitclicd to the fhlcago Llm
.ud leaving Ixis Angcleson Tuesdaysand the
allfornla Lliiillea leaving Chicago on
l i'lnevlays or each week.
Tho Chicago Expix'ss. t ast bound, nnd Call
'orula hxi.ress. wtst bound, carry Pullman
alaco sleeping cars through without change
letwcen Chicago and ami Francisco, with nn
iiinex car between Uarstow and Im Angeles;
I'ullman Toiiilsttleeplng carstliroiiah wltli
iiit change lietiu en Chicago aid San Fr.m-
Isco and Chlcugo and Is Angelcsevery day;
twice a neck between Los Angeles and St!
I auli once u week botiveen fct. Louis mid
Pursuant to the proi lsions of Act No. 72 of
tlio Seventeenth LcAlslntlxe Assembly of the
Territory of Arizona, a general election will
UCllCid bVtliecltlzeiM nMlm tmrn .if 1 -
staff, Incorporated, on Monday, April 8. ISM,
for the purpose of electing the" following
ofllcersof the town:
Fliotfii Membersottho Common Council.
Ono (1) Marshal.
Ono tl) Clerk.
Ono ill Supervisor of Streets.
The qualifications of Couucllmen are that
they shall have at tho tlmoor election at
tained the aire of 21 vimus ti,nt,i,,.. . .
' "" '"-J uiuquai-
Ifled electors, that they arc freeholders re
siding within the town at tlio tlmeof election,
und who have resided therein for one whole
year next proccdlng. The qualifications of
other officers arc as orescilhmi bv ti. mnn.ni
No ncrson shall bnpnilitr-.l ,,....,... ,.
election who Is not entitled to vote, at ecc-
nuiia u turnip oniceis, anti who shall not
also havo lcsldod fnt- slv ,.i..,,.i... ......
ously preceding tho election Iu said town.
The ofllcers to bo elocti l n ni,..-,-.. .. ..,.,
will servo forateini of two years, and until
un-ir ouutvssors arc ejected anil qualified.
Tho official nlnldcflnlntr tt,n n. .,"....
, .... VVJ.1JUIUIU IIU1-
ltsof said town may be soon at the offices of
tho Town Clerk und tho County Uccorder.
Done by oidcrof thoCommon Council of tho
Town of riagstair this 18th day of February,
1H& . B. CLARK, rilurv
SUMMER OR WINTER.
E&lMfc F.?..?.0.yT.E".'? the most com-
Fit utinvcn i,aiuurnia and the
-SJiH'!?' '.'rJ-.v?y,?..P.l"K "poms are
quailed by those served on tho new IJInlng
... .. ..,,. IV kuwivu mi an iimiieu trains.
rZh.? Ciria"d c'yunof tho Colorado can bo
reached In no other way.
AngeVs.VCHL" 0c"cral Pai2cr Agent. Los
!?,;.!! iV' As,,lnnt General Passenger
Agent. San Francisco. Cal. "
qu'eVqu'c. N".nM.SIyCk, GenCral Ascnt' Albu
TAe Secret .
Must come out sooner
or 'laler. Tho voun
couple who hre contcm-
A. IM!it some tinio nr
-S?V l hei iiifti m their
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-1HA alfX3 ilm l'talle manner
tame in seleelinj:
the weildliiir in,;.
lations or anuouncemeiits. One Imur
c,periencn iu furnishing weildin siix".
lionery gives us a great advantage iu
iloing 1 his woik. .We. furnish the linest
work-, cither iiriuled or eiiLn-aveil. ni.
puces that must meet wit li our up.
in ai. oeini inr samples mill pi ices.
Calling rani, fi oni eugrared plate $1
per 100. H. M Lee&nin.. 1 in TO
Spring street, Los Angeles, Cal. Mflu,
Uou this paper. , l '
Trains 41 and 43 run on a tir i.ite !ij.
Infiirmatlun as to what dajs saiuu uill ran
will bu furnished b ugeuis on application.
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My, iu. . .iiunvs lUHHl, lilJUS .11. .1SII r Ul I. Willi
rA. A. P. M-sllbulid limited No anomthecast.
No. 1 alsoioniu-cls.wlth A i. I' .No 3 bum
thu west. Persons ilesiri g to slay our it
Ash Fork will lind thu IkM of accouitiaxii
thins ut Fred llaric's Hotel
No. 2 makcscloso connections at A'h Fo k
nltli A. i. P. trains Nus 1 and A i I' .!
reaches ban Francisco 1U:)' si in second
morning. A. A. i'. No. 1 Is a itst uulcd train
throughout, lighted Willi I'lut Ii gas, dioli ;
car I uiining through. Los Viigcles to tinea?).
Dining cars under tbe in mag. irnt of lrel
Hal icy. wltli his unexcelled sum v lareinii
utteuiiuii to his guests.
Nos. 1 and 2 connect at Jerome Junction
with tiulns of the United ui .V Pacific
Kullw ay for Jerome. Connect n-' itl'revott
with stage lines for ait pmi. .pal mining
camps; at Congress with stage i msforllar
qua Mala. Stanton and Varnei a' l'liocnli
with tbe Maricopa & Phoenix Kailwjy for
Minis on Southern Pacilic Kail a
Tho Santa Fe, Pi-cscott'i. I'lioenixIUIlnj
is the best route to Hit. great salt Klvti
valloy. For Information n.adiiis thli
villuyand the rich mining sccimn inbuurj
to this load address any Santa 1 1 route rip
CEO. M.Sakgi-.vt. GeneialFieU'lit anil l's
seiuer Ai'em. 1'ix'sCott
It. E. Wells. Assistant General Manner,
l'rescott. Atlz. S. F. P. i. P. ltaunaj
Geo. T. Niciioi-so.v. Geneial l'a.sen?;r
J.J. Fitbr.Gener.il Manager Chicago. A.
3. F., P. & P. Bail
11., T. k S. F. Railrt
Is the Shortest and Quickest I mc toPm
vcr, Kansas City. St. Louis, ( i ..ajo and all
The Scenic Line of Arizona,
The Best Route to California,
Only North and South Line in Arizost
f Grand Canjon of the Colorado
(Pctrltied 1 oiest,
Gieat Pine Forest.
Great Milt Kivi r a toy.
And numerous other points of Intern.
Bcnntifully'lllustii.tcd book fieu on applica
tion. Through tickets to all points In t
United Slates, Canada and Slrlco A1I.,D,
comfoits and conveniences f a first-'"1'
road, with supeib(qiilpment.
IitA P. Smith. Commercial Agit, I'hocnii.
Arizona, S. F., P.&P.
Geo. M.Sakqknt. General Pujeiieir APBt
S. F.. 1. . P.. l'rescott. Atlzoni R
E. Copland. General Age.nt, T & t,n-
R., El Paso, Texas. .,r
Uio. T. NtcnoLSO.v. Gcncit Pas"
Agent. A. T. & S. F. It. 1? . ( hie "J
NOTICE TO FREIGHTERS.
1.0M teams wanted to liaulrok' fro r.
Thomas to the tout! of Olobe '
copper back from GIouo to Tort 1 nomas.
GILA VALLEY. GLOUE i. .m'""-
KAILWAY CO.. niaA..
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