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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN ; SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, mi.
3 WILL BE WELL EMPLOYED. The Amount Saved From the University Fund To Be Used in Founding Scholar ships and Kostering Profitable Agricultural Experiments. The far-reaching and beneficial ef fects of the recent sweeping change in the management of the territorial uni versity are not generally understood. The change does not simply mean that some $10,000 or $12,000 will be saved and that the efficiency of the institu tion will remain unimpaired. Under the new rules s lop'e 1 the board of regents propose to niaku the university more useful thnn it has ever been and permit the fundw ved to be employed in more remunerative directions. The primary object of (he adminis tration seems to h ive bien to centralize authority in one per.-O!) as it baa been done with so great success nc tha peni tentiary and the insane asylum, and to rigidly hold that one person rponfr sibie for the success of the institution and the g)0.! c:))idiics of his subordi nates. The following are the n;w regulations and it will h ob ei vpd tha: they relate chiefly to the added responsibility of the head of the university who, it must always logically tie considered, is a man better able to solve the perplexing prob lems which from time to time present themselves than a hoard o; resents or a faculty of divided authority: There shall be a president of the Univers:ty who shall be the caief executive oiBoer of the same. He aha!' be and is hereby require 1 tJ attend the meeting- of the Board of Regents. He shall have the general superintendence of all build. ng, grounds and propeity belong ing to the University, including the sjhool of mines and the a-zricuttunl experiment sta tions, a.id shall have the direction and control of all persons connected therewith, subject to the appruval of the Board of Regents He siiall-cau'e iuil and fair accounts and recjrdsof alibis ooings and of tru b isiuess and operations of the institution, to be kept regularly from day to day in bocks provided for thit p jr ose; and he shall see ihat all mch acrrou its and reeor-ls are fully made up to the end of the year, and th-it the principal fajts audr'sults, with his report thereon, be pre setted to the Board of Kegents immediately thereafter, and that they may submit the same and a report therewith to the Governor of the Territory. It shall be the duty of the president to recom mend to the Board of Regents, for approval, the appointment or discharge of as many and such professors and instructors and other em ployes as he may think proper and necessary for the eco omic.ll and efficient administration of the iustlt nion in all its departments; shall, with ihe approval of said board, prescribe their several dune and places; and, with the ap proval of said board, 'fix their compensation. He shall also Irom time to time give such orders and instructions as he may judge best calculated to insure good conduct, fidelity and economy in every department; he is authorized and enjoined to maintain salutary discipline among all who Rre employed in any and every department of the institution, and to enforce strict compliance with such instructions and uniform obedience to all the rules and regula tions of the same. The regular meeting! of the board shall be held at the university building on the first Monday of January, April, July and October of each year. Upon written request of three members of the board, stating their reasons therefor, the chancellor shall call a meeting of the board, and five day' notice shall be given to each mem oer of the board, which notice shall state in full the object, for which the meeting is called, and it shall be unlawful to transact any business except that named in the call. The president of the uuiversity snail be re quired to file an estimate quarterly, in ad vance, for the ascertained and probable es pouses of the university in all its departments for the following quarter year, in which esti mate the hoard shall lase such action as it deem fit, and the board of regents shall there upon make a requisition upon the territorial tieasurer through the territorial auditor, for such amount as may be approved by them, in favor of the treasurer of said board of regents, and said amount shall be disbursed on the warrant of the president of the board of regents countersigned by the secretary of the board of regents. That Dr. Theodore B. Comstock be and he is hereby elected president of the university of Arizona. The disposition of the large sum of money to be annually saved by the change of management has been prac tically agreed upon. The funds come of course from the United States and may therefore be diverted into any channel which contributes to the use fulness of the university. It is pro posed to establish annually fifteen schol arships of $100 each to be awarded to highly meritorious graduates from the various high schools of the territory thus awakening a spirit of emulation among the pupils of those schools and enabling deserving etudents to secure a liberal education. The first year will consume $1,500; the second $3,000 and so on until the fourh year when the outlay will be $6,000 at which figure If will remain. The echolarships will be perpetual so that in the fifth year those established the first year will pass into the hands of new etudents. The rest of the sum saved will be employed in the establishment of agri- snoes. To be Absolutely Given Awar. How raB Done. We have had made f ir u a n um ber of keys one of which will un lock, the heavy plate glas and metal money box row in exhib ition in our show window. We have placed in this bos 25 in gold and on July i. 1894, each bolder of one of these keys will be permitted to try to unlock the box. The per son whose key opens the box will be given tha contents, absolutely free. How To Get a Key. With every pair of shoes pur chased we will give one key free. There is but one kpy that will un lock the box. Yours may be the one. Buy the Chandler 81100, everyone knows they are the best. H. L. CHMffi SHOE CO. cultural stations and the fostering of agricultural experiments. The station at Yuma will be devel oped and it is believed that it may not only be made to fully serve the pur poses of the experiment, but that its products may greatly relieve the ex pense of maintaining the penitentiary and the insane asylum. . Another station" will probably be es tablished in the northern part of the territory. Other sums may be spent in the encouragement of private experi ments among farmers who in this way may be brought to contribute results without loss if not with profit to them selves. How to Get Rich. Somebody asked Ben Untie'- once bow he got his start in life and laid the foundation of his immense fortune. His reply was that he made bis first successful venture in real estate; by investing judiciously in land and in curring an indebtedness to meet which when due. made it necessary to strain every nerve and save at every step. T.ie opportunity is open to every man in Phtenix to purchase a lot in the beautiful Simms addition where values are bound to steadily increase and where the foundation for a handsome home as well as of a substantial fortune may be surely laid. The time is now. n6t goat proof. A Roof Constructed Only Against Arizona Sunshine. Tip's coat has previously received honorable tneiition in these columns. He is a privileged and marauding crea ture who imagines that Mayor Monihon has offisially presented htm with the freedom of the ciiyin a pearl covered box. He performed an exploit on Tuesday evening which .resulted in damage. Tip's goat goes among other places to the telephone exenange in the second story of the Irvine block. He fell from the landing upon the roof of an adjoining oue-story building used as a tailor shop. The roof of an Arizona building is not necessarily a substantial feature of the structure. In this case the roof which was rain-proof had not been constructed with a view to a precipitation of goats, bo Tip's goat fell through to the floor and was warmly escorted to the street by the astonished proprietor. That night the first rain of the season fell and the aperture made in the roof by the goat's passage admitted enough of the storm to badly damage Beveral valuable pieces of cloth. Electric Fans. The East End Electric Wrks are now prepared to make contracts for fan ser vice for the coming Beason commencint May 1, 1894, on the only reliable, Bafe and satisfactory system 110 volt direct. All other systems are unreliable, un satisfactory and dangerous. Applica tions should be made at' once to the company's office, corner Second and Adams streets. HE DROPPED THE BUTTER. Mrs. Davidson Has a Set-to With a Burglar. For a long time South Center street has been almost nightly worked by bur glars and sneak thieves, whose opera tions have been mostly confined to stealing bed clothing and ravaging pantries. The victims in most cases have been widows or women whose husbands are temporarily away from home. Mrs. Davidson, whose husband i employed at a mine, has had the most recent experience. About midnight of Thursday she was awakened by a prowler in the pantry. She armed her self with a 44 revolver and started in the direction of the thief. His plunder so iar consisted only of a plate of but ter, but he clung to it desperately as he left the house. Mrs. Davidson fol lowed and took three shots at him for the purpose of frightening him. At the last shot he dropped the butter. The women in that parj of town have armed themselves and have leagued themselves together for the reduction of the burglarious population. Notice. The firm of Babbitt & Calvin has this day been dissolved, Mr. S. H. Babbitt having sold his interest in the business to J. W. Calvin, who assumes all in debtedness and will collect all bills due said firm of Babbitt & Calvin. S. H. Babbitt. J. W. Calvin. SHE WANTS A DIVORCE. Mrs. Wormell Can't Stand Her Hus band's Eccentricities. Suit for divorce was brought in dis trict court yesterday by Catherine E. Wormell against A. H. Wormell. The plaintiff's petition recites a long story of cruelty, the last incident of which washer being kicked out of bed and into the night by her husband, who had become . discouraged after a two weeks' industrious attempt to destroy the saloon business in the valley by a consumption of the stock on hand. He came to realize the utter powerlessntss of one lone, unaided man to put down the shameful traffic and he seemed to blame his wife for his failure. After this Mr. Wormell lived with the neigh bors. In her complaint she prays that her husband be enjoined from dissipating bis property and she asks for the cus tody of her six children. The injunc tion was ordered and service was taken against the defendant. Let Us Kquelch It. Patience and forbearance cease to be virtues when in public, as at the late commencement exerciseB, one is com pelled to sit and listen to the silly, senseless chatter of people whose in ordinate vanity causes them to imagine themselves the center of attraction. When a woman not fair, but certainly fat and undoubtedly forty, persists in "mashine" a man who thinks himself witty and whose sbinv pate calls to mind the gilded dome of the capital on Boston common and whose insipid va porings indicate a vacum proportion ately great, thereby disturbing others that come to listen to the entertain ment, it is time to call a halt and re mind them that the public have rights which even they are bound to respect. Let us squelch this form of innocent amusement( ?) in its incipiency, lest at some future time it ehall require a more forcible reminder. An Afflicted Citizen. Lsdies' silk pongee waists trimmed with lace worth $4 and $4.50, for $2.50 at the Red Corner Store. Excursion Rates.. On and after May 20th the t'htenix City Railway company will sell excur sion tickets for 10 cents, good for two consecutive round trips on Monday and Tuesday of each week. This will give you one hour and a half's ride, covering fourteen miles for 10 cents. Hall to Let. Gardiner's Hall in the Gardiner block on Washington street near corner of Third, may be rented for dances, parties, socials and entertainments. It is provided with seats, electric light and is perfectly safe in construction. Terms reasonable. Open All Night. The Nickel Plate Restaurant, which is growirjg bo rapidly in popular favor, will be oprn all night. This is to ac commodate patrons whose business or pleasure keeps them abroad in the "wee sina' hours." Furnished House for Rent For the summer, a nicely furnished house of five rooms and bath, located in best part of city. Address M, care Republican. For Kent. Two nicely furnished rooms single or en suite. Good location, cool, brick bouse, terms reasonable. Address "E," Republican office. Beats the World. Night and day, early and late. It's never closed, the Nickel Plate ; Clean and cool, but a moment to wait, It beats the world, the Nickel Plate. H.Mac Davenport has taken charge of the Phoenix Light and Power com pany's works, vice H. Ohnick, who has reBitrned. All complaints should be made to him at the office, room 17, Na tional Bank of Arizona building. For Rant Three large, nicely fur nished rooms (parlor, dining room and kitchen), with large screen porch and bath room ; brick house, Ronvenient to post office ; terms reasonable. Address "B," Republican office. Having determined to spend the sum mer in Los Anaeles I have arranged with Dr. I). M. Purman, late of Indian apolis, Ind., to attend to my practice until tav return. W. H. Ward, M. D. At the Nickel Plate you can get what you want. The pastry is as good as the best. rue most careful attention is liven to its making and baking. The pies and cake of the Nickel Plate can not be beat. Fan service for the hot months will be furnished by th9 Phoenix Light and Power company to customers as in the past. Apply to H. Mac. Davenport, room 17, National Bank of Arizona building. Send us 75 centB in stamps and we will mail you The Weekly Republican for six months. No better way to learn all about the Great Salt River valley and its nnparaleled climate and re sources. If you want to keep cool this summer get an electric fan from Pratt Bros. Call and see them work. Parties desiring lots in the beautiful Simms addition should snply to J.T. Simms, Room 30, Lemon Hotel. Circulating library open daily and Wednesday and Saturday evenings at corner of First avenue and Jeflerson streets. Wanted Good boy tor paper route. Two hours' work in the morning. Pratt Bros. ' Ladies' lawn waists trimmed with embroidery worth $2.50 at $1.25 at the Red Corner Store. Ladies' black silk waits worth $5.00 for $2.50 at the Red Corner Store. Ladies changeable silk waists worth $6.50 for $4.00 at the Red Corner Store. Dr. Ancil Martin, eye, ear, nose, throat and general surgery. Ladies' muelin underwear at greatly reduced prices at the Red Corner Store. Ths Red Corner Store sells summer silks from 3d cents a yard and up. Albatross of every shade and color cheap at the Red Corner Store. Dr. Stroud, eye, ear, nose and throat. Genuine Palmer Hammocks at The Irvine Company. Dr Price's Cream Baking Powdei World's Fair Highest Medal and Diploma. S'l I I M' DISEASE IS A UNIVERSAL visitor. Nobody ia exempt. The length of stay may be shortened by the use of suitable reme dies. Every medicine prepared by us cau be relied upon with perfect confidence, as the in gredients are wholesome, iresn and powerful. C. ESCWMAM & CO. Southern Pacific Co. (PACIFIC SYSTEM.) Commencing Feb. 25, 1894, trains will leave Marieopaas follows; 9, 0 P. M. DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOB , f J Tucson, Benson, Lordaburgc 'iemtag, &1 Paso and intermediate stations. " n,4A A. M. DAILY PACIFIC FX i.ytU FKK? for points in California. Sevnua. Oregon and Washington. n,Xf P. M. DAILY, ATLANTIC vl press for Tucron.Bensou, Domine ElPaso.San Antorio, Houston and Sew Orloani 4. OA P.M. DAILY, MIXED TSAIN FOB . OU Gila Band and intermediats static n. T. H. GOODMAN. Gen. PaB.Ag5nl KICHAfiD GRAY. Gen. Tratfln f ftmaer. i San Francisco, Gal. Call for City Warrants. I will pay upon presentation the following numljcred cltv warrants of the issue of lxi:l, interest eeasir.g this is-.h day of May,' IStM : Nos. l.ltiti to 1,200 inclusive Nos. 1 to 10 inclu sive. I. M. CHRISTY, City Treasurer. Alias Summons. In the District Court of the Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for the County of Maricopa. Action brought in the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Ari zona, in and for Maricopa County, and the com plaint filed in said Maricopa County, in the office of the Cierk of said District Court. Benjamin Goi.pman, Plaintiff, 1 VS. 1 W. A. Dagos, P. P. Dagos, R. E. Daggs, a. L. Johns, A. J. Daggs, I and P. J. Cole, Defendants. J In the name of the Territory of Arizona, to W. A. Daggs. P. P. Daggs, R. E. Daggs, A. L. Johns, A. J. Daggs, and P. J. Cole, defendants, greeting: You are hereby summoned and required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff, in the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for Maricopa County, and ans wer thecomplainttherein filed with the clerk of this said court, at Phoenix, in said County, within ten days after the service upon you of this summons, if served in this said County, or if served out of this said County and within thu said Judicial District, then within twenty days thereafter, or in all other cases within thirty days thereafter, the times above men tioned being exclusive of the day of service, or judgment Dy default will be taken against you. Given under my hand and seal of the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for Maricopa County, this 29th day seal of May, A. D. 1894. J. E. WALKER. Clerk of said District Court. Fitch & Campbell, attorneys for plaintiff. First published May 30. 1894. Alias Summons. No. 1989. In the District Court oi the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for the County of Maricopa. Action brought in the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Ari zona, in and for Maricopa County, and the complaint filed iu said Maricopa County, in the orn.ee of the clerk of said district court. Ellen M. Shhltz, Plaintiff, "l VS. R. E. Daggs. W. A, Daggs, and P. P. f Daggs, Defenaants. J Iu the name of the Territory of Arizona to R. B. Diggs, W. A. Daggs, P. P. Daggs, defend ants, greeting: ,You are hereby summoned and required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff, in the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for Maricopa County, and an swer the complaint therein filed with the clerk of this saiu court, at Phoenix, in said county within ten days after the service upon you of this summons, if served in this said county, or if served out of this said county and within this said judicial district, then within twenty days thereafter, or in all other cases within thirty days thereafter, the times above men tioned being exclusive of the day of service, or judgment by default will be taken against you. Given under my hand and seal of the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of seal Arizona, in and for Maricopa County, this 29th day of May, A. D 18M. J. E. WALKER, Clerk of said District Court. Fitch & Caxpbell, attorneys for plaintiff. First publication May 30, 1891. Notice to Architects. Architects are invited to submit plans for a new jail to be built in connection with the court house at Phcenix, to cost about $20,000 Said plans mutt be accompanied by an esti mate of cost of building under bond, and be presented to the Board of Supervisors of Mari copa county, on or before June 4, 1894. By order of the Board. FRANK J. PECK, Clerk of Board of Supervisors. First puDlication May 11. Notice of Sale of Bonds. County Notice is hereby given that the board of su pervisors of Maricopa county, Arizona terri tory, will receive sealed bids for twenty-five thousand dollars of Maricopa county bonds until the 4th day of June, 1S94, at 10 o'clock a. m. of that day. Said bonds are to run ten and twenty years, payable in lawful money of the United States of America and bear interest at the rate of six per centum per annum and be issued in denominations of one thousand dol lars. All bids to be addressed to Frank J. Peck, clerk, at Phcenix, Arizona. By order of the board of supervisors. FRANK J. PECK, Clerk, Hardware, SCREEN DOORS. WIRE CLOTH for WINDOW SCREENS Mil FEEEZEES WATER COOLERS at 'albot&Hubbard's Hardware Store . . . Railroads. SOLID Through Trains From KANSAS CiTY AND ST. JOSEPH TO ST. LOUIS CHICAGO, OMAHA, PEORIA, ST. PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS. WITH Dining Cars, Vestibuled Drawing Room Sleep ing Cars, Reclining Chair Cars (Seals Free. OJNLY ONE CHASBE OF CARS TO Atlantic Coast ! THE BEST LINE FOR New York, Boston,' Baltimore, Washington iseipma, tmcmnau, Niagara, Falls, Pittsburgh, AND EASTERN POINTS. For Full information, address H. C. ORR, Ass't. Gen'l. Passenger Agent, Kansas City, Mo. "EL PASO ROUTE " Texas and Pacific The Great Popular Route Between THE EAST AND WEST. Short line to NEW ORLEANS, KANSAS CITS CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS, NEW YORK and WASHINGTON. Favorite line to the north, east and southeast. PULL MAN EUFFET SLEEPING CARS and solid trains from XI Paso to Dallas, Fort Worth. Sew Orleans, Memphis ail St Lonii FA8T TIME AND 8URE OONNEOTIONS. fjf-3ee that your tickets read Texas ant Pacific Railway. For maps, time tables, ticke rates and all rectuired iBformation. caU on o address an v of the ticket agents. B. F. DARBYSHIRE, Gen. Aet El Paso. Texas GASTON MESLIER, Gen Pass, and Ticket Act, Dallas. Tex. safes CunQTEST QUICKC ct 94 MILES and Best a tin Tc!T w' KHCiBTFST TO WITH THROUGH m ORLEANS SLEEP I NO CARS., Queen & Crescent AND EAST TEKN., YR. & GR. RYS. SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS. New Orleans to Cincinnati, 94 lilci Shortest Making Direct Connections For All Points north and east. riff-Pullman Palace Cars throueh without change vie Chattanooga to New York. Only one change of cars to the principal points in Georgia Virginia, North ana uouwearouna ana A turn tic States. fry-Ticket offtoe,91 St. Charles Street, New Orleans, La. r. JUNES, T. p. A., UALIiAS. ABXAS The Atlantic & Pacific R. R. The Great Middle Route Across the American Continent in Connec tion with the Railways of the "Santa Fe Route." LIBERAL MANAGEMENT, SDPERIOR FACILITIES, PICTURESQUE SCENERY, EXCELLENT ACCOMODATIONS. ThefGrand Canon of the Colorado, the most suoiimeot aature's work on tne Jiann, inae Ecribable. can easilv be reached via Flagstaff. Williams or Peach Sorine on this road. To the Naturil Bridge of Ariz " and Montezuma'f well vou can iournev tpom. -i:rectl5 bvthis line Observe the Ancient Indian Civilization of La cuna, or of A coma. "The Citv of the Sk." Visit the Petrified Forest near Carrizo. See and murvftlat.thefrp.ftk of Canon Diablo. Take a hunting trip in the magnificent pine forests of the San Francisco Mountains. Find mterest in the ruins of the pre-historie Cave and Clifl Dwellers. View the longest cantilever Driage in America across the Colorado Kiver. T. R. Gabel. General Superintendent, Albu querque, New Mexico. W. A. Bissell, General Passeneer Aeent. San Francisco, Cal ana Al buauerque, New Mexico. H. S. Van Slyck, General Agent. Albuquerque. N. M MARICOPA & PHtEKIX R. E. New Time Table. In effect Feb. 25, 1891. I MO MILES SHORTEST TO FROM g S TOWARD PHOSNIX B S PHUSNIX $ STATIONS. $ Freight & 2 Freight & Passenger, a a Passenger. 8:00 pin Phcenix 34 5:00 am 8:30 pm) TemDe r, )4:3S am 8:10 pmi lempe (4:25 am 9:25 pm 1 "Kvrene 18 4:00 am 10:00 pm 2 Sacaton-: 8 3:25 am 10:25 pm 3 Maricopa 3:00 am Southern Pacific east bound passes Maricopa at 11:50 p. m. t-outhern Pacific west bound passes Maricopa at.9:4(ta. m. Pacific time. Connection made at Phoenix with stage for Prescott. C. 8.MASTEN, General Manager. Florence and Casa Grande Stage. Stage leaves Casa Grande at 7 a. m., each morning, arrive at Florence at 11:80 a, m. Returning leaves Florence at 1:30 p. m., ar rive at Casa Grande at 6 p. m. Makeseounection at Florence wlih Btagefor Globe. This line is fifty miles nearer Globe than any other lino. ( DREW, STEVENS & CO, Proprietors. Pi & FreseoU Stage Line, For PnEsooTT.viA Blaok Oanyon : Leave Phoenix, Tuesday, Thursaav and Satur day at 7 a. m. Arrive, Sunday, Wednesday and Friday at a. m. Fare, t12.su. iriity pounas of baggage free ; excess, 6 cents per pound. ror fretcctt, nt Voltoro 111 wifrea : Leave PhrBnix. Monday. Wednesday and Fri day at 7 a. m. Arrive, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 5 p. m. Fare, (15. Fifty pounds of baggage free; excess, 1 cents per pouna. KW Office with wells. Fargo a Co. 6-ti O. W. GSK1ENLKAF. Agent. FLORENCE and GLOBE STAGE LIE Carrying United States Mail and the Express. Stage leaves Florence daily for Riverside and Globe at 7 o'clock p. m.; stops all night at K i verside and arrives at Globe at 5 o'clock p. m.; returning, leaves Globe at 8 o'clock a. m., arrives at Florence at 1 a. ra. Good accommo dations on the road, improved line, good stock and comfortable stages, four-horse coach every other day. W. E. Guild, agent, Florence. E. F. Kellner & Co.. ngents, Globe. EUGENE M1DDLETON, Prop. Florence and Globe Stage Line CahkyinsU.8. .Wills, Faks Mail and EXPKBSS. CtTAGX LEAVES FLORENCE DAILY FOR S Riverside and Globe at 7 o'clock, r. M. ; stops night at Riverside and arrives at Globe at S o'clock, p, K. ; returning, leaves Globe at 8 o'clock a. H., arrives at Florence at 1 o'clock A. M. Good accomodation on the road, im proved line, good stock and comfortable stages, four-horse coach every other day. W. E. GUILD, Agent, Florence. E, F. KELLNER A CO., Agents, Globe. it-it pi.. jrTTnv Proprietor, Bo for White Bills Mining Camp ! TrI- Weekly St ace Line. Throueh in one dav: g-nasseneer. 4-hone thnroughbrace wagon; change horses at Cross' ranch and at Mountain Springs: leaves King man Monaay. weanesaayana jmaayat7:u a. m., and arrives at camp at 7 p. m. same day. Leaves White Hills Camn Tussdav. Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m., and arriveB at King man at t p. m. same aay. rare, ; ireigntac. Shortest and most direct route to the New White Hills mining camp. Stage office at store the W. H. Taggart Mercantile company. Extra conveyances on application. Ufiuaa s mi., rrop-a, Kinsman, Arli. MESA AND GOLDFIELD STAGE LIKE. W. A. KIMBALL. PROP. Leaves Mesa every day except Sunday at 1 p. m. Arrives at ijoianeia at 0 p. m. Leaves Qoldiield every day except Monday at 6 a. m. Arrives at Mesa at 9:45 a. m. NEW COACHES, GOOD STOCK, Cat ries passengers, packages and accomoda tion mail. This stage carries The Arizona Republican, the only daily paper that reaches the camp the same day published and contains the latest news and Associated Press dispatches. For advertising and news get The Arizona Re publican LAYTON'S STAGE LINF. CARRYING THE U. S.MAIL FROM BOWIE STATION, VIA SOLOMONYILLE, . TO FORT THOMAS AND GLOBE. A Daily line of Stages running between the above points, connecting at Solomonville with stage line for Clifton, Upper Gila, and at Bowie Btation with the Southern Pacific railroad. New Coaches, 8plendld Teams, Fast Time. Special teams on hand all the time for the ac commodation of drummers and families. The Best Equipped Stage Line in Arizona. C. 1ATTON, Proprietor Phoenix & Globe Stage Line and Transfer Co. Carries passengers and express from Phoenix to Globe in 20 hours' travel, all daylight. Stages leave Phoenix Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Stages leave Globe Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. L've Phcenix 7 a. m . Leave Globe 7 a.m. L've Tempe 8 :30 a. m. L've Silver King 6 a. m. L've Mesa 9:30 a. m. L've Mesa 2:30 p. m. L've Pinal 7 p. m. L've Tempe 3:30 p. m. L've Silver King 7 a.m. Phcenix and Globe Stage and Transfer Co. Frank Miller, Supt. Mesa, Arizona. Office at Mesa Fruit Store. STAGE LINE From Tucson to ogales. M. G. SAMANIEGO, PROP LEAVES TUCSON at 6 a. m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. LEAVES NOGALES at 6 a. m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. The fastest stage line In the territory. Good horses and careful driver. A. L Fisher's Phoenix, Tempo and Mesa City Stage Line, making dire. Goldfield stage. MORNING it connections with the STAGES. L'v. Mesa 1:30 p. m. L'v. Temoe 2:80 p. m. Ar. Phoenix 4:00 p. m. L'v. Phoenix 7. On a. m. L'v. Tempe 9 00 a. m. Ar. Mesa 10:01, a. m. EVENING L'v. Phoenix 3:30 p. m. L'v. Temoe 4:30 p. m. Ar. Mesa 5 30 p. m. STAGES. L'v. Mesa 6:30 a. m. L'v. Tempe 7:30 a. m. Ax. Phoenix 9:00 a. m CARRY PASSENGERS AND EXPRESS. MRS. M. FORBES, ft K C n I QTS7 Second Street, South of j VI W I O I C. Hartwell's Photograph 1 3aw Gallery, is prepared to guar- - antee style, fit and prices. Ladies wishing dressmaking, cutting Dd fit ting will make a mistake if they do not 11. PHOINIX, ARIZONA. CI TOP AT THE WILLIAMS HOUSE, MAR1- . . 1.1 t . 1 . ; .. 1 : ttJ COpa, Wmlc watliui( lur biiv biniu. auvu accommodations and excellent table.