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THE ARIZONA KEPUhLlCAN : Fill DAY MORNING, MARCH 1, 1895. HE ALWAYS KODE. A Nevada Bad Man Who Had a Cinch on Stage Drivers. When He Intimated That Ho Wanted a Bide the Jehus Would Very Obse quiously Accommodate Him I on the Instant. "My first meeting with Sam Brown, who figured so tragically in Nevada's early days," said A. E. Bastrop, the mining man, to a writer for the New York Sun, "was as I came into Vir ginia City one evening on the inland stage. I was riding on top with Shorty Tredwin, one of the best known of the old-time drivers, and he was chock full of the arrogance which characterized the men who followed his eminent call ing. There were some eastern passen gers aboard whom Shorty had snubbed and overawed until they scarcely dared to speak to him. He had just returned an. answer of cutting irony to a pas senger who had ventured to inquire how much further it was to Virginia (Sty, and as he handled the reins was surveying the scene with a sniff of con tempt at creation in general. We were climbing the long hill six miles from Virginia City when, through the dusk, a man loomed up ahead walking in the , same di-ection. He stopped as the stage came along and asked for a lift into town. His request was refused by the. driver, who hallooed to the horses to-get along and not fall asleep in the traces. " 'You won't, eh?' said the wayfarer, in whose gruff voice there was a trace of "surprise. 'Do you know who I am?" " 'No, I don't know," answered Shorty, cracking his whip at the leaders; 'and what's more, I don't care a cuss.' " 'I am Sam Brown!' thundered the stranger, 'and I reckon my name's good for a ride on Ben Holliday's or any other stage lino in Nevada. Do vou want ' "At the word.? 'Sam Brown,' Shorty brought his four horses all back on their haunches with one jerk. " 'Whoa! Witoa!' he shouted, as he tugged at the lines. 'You headstrong beasts, will you ever stop pulling! Ex cuse me, Mr. Brown, for keeping you waiting. It's these plagued horses won't stop. I didn't recognize you in the dark, Mr. Brown. Will you step inside or ride on the box with me? Glad to see vou. Mr. Brown, and al ways honored to have you ride on my coach!' "Mr. Brown climbed grimly to the j box, took his seat unthankfully as by rfght of possession, and was the guest of honor into Virginia City. Shorty was extremely polite, and his tones to . his horses ever, were apologetic all the rest of the trip. Sam Brown was a j man of immense physique and for-' midable aspect. His long hair was, as cording to his custom, pinned up under his hat ie used bowie knives'for that purpose by popular report; it was whe angry that he shook it loose and flung it like a mane about his shoulders. His revolvers were piamiy mcucaied be neath his long black frock coat, and there could be no doubt that -lurking in concealment somewhere about his person was the historic knife that had let out so manj human lives. He might be. described rather as an inter esting than agreeable companion, and Shorty was relieved of pain ful suspense by finding as the minutes passed that he showed no dis position to revert to the first words of their colloquy. Indeed, Mr. Brown, whose usual manner had the types of amiability that a grizzly bear mani fests in his different moods, softened into something like tolerance of his company under the influence of a VvJaisky bottle passed up by a mining man from within the eoaeh, and he even made some grimly humorous remarks, at which the driver and myself duly laughed with an affectation of great en joyment. At the entrance of the Prhna ventura saloon, on the principal street of the city, Mr, Brotvn alighted in stylithe-cyiiosiire of attraction for all who witnessr'l his coming. Shorty rallied amazingly after his departure, and he swelled with pride at the .bar rooms that night as he told at every second drink of having brought Sam Brown in on his coach. "Our renowned fellow passenger was . probably, taken all around, the most hardened and dangerous ruffian that ever figured in the red history of the Pa cific slope. Up to the time that the vigil ance committees got into operation his reign of terror was supreme in Nevada. The number of men he had killed was variously computed, but the list was a long one, and some of his deeds of blood were of uncommon atrocity. It was his pleasant custom to walk into a store or saloon and demand fifty dollars of the proprietor, which was usually handed him without protest. One un fortunate clerk who refused the tribute he shot dead across the counter." THINGS THAT GO ASTRAY. A Peculiar Etory About the World's Fair. The annala of "things that go astray" contain no parallel to the case which, appropriately enough, reaches us from the United States, says the Grimsby (England) Express. -It appears that eighteen months ago the Spanish government st ut for an exhibition at the Chicago world's fair a priceless col lection of objects connected with Columbus and the memorable voyage of discovery which first placed the new world upon the map. But the collec tion never reached the exhibition authorities, and it is not the least as tounding detail of an astounding story that this exhibit of surpassing inter est was never missed. All through the summer no one asked inconvenient questions about the missing curiosities, and in due time the world's fair closed. A fortnight ago a United States war ship arrived at Cadiz to return the rest of the exhibits. Then the outcry arose: Where was the Columbus col lection? No one knew anything about the matter on board the vessel, there fore warm expostulations were ad dressed to the United States authorities at Washington by the Madrid foreign' office. The affair of the missing an tiquities was well on the way toward causing an international misunder standing when, Eureka! the precious case of objects came to light in a bonded warehouse, where they had been carefully stowed away, not only from dust and damp, but also from the eyes of the millions who went to Chi cago last year and to whom they would have proved one of the most interesting features of the show. That such a blunder could have been possible cast a flood of light upon the chaos and dis order which reigned supreme by the shores of Lake Calumet during last summer. HH Dr. Hardy, Practical Dentist. The most modern and difficult Crown and Bridge work skillfully performed. YOUNG BUILDING, Opp. Commercial Hotel, - - Up Stairs, DR. E. C.HYDE, DENTIST.. ALLworR guaranteed. Crown and bridge work a specialty. Prices to suit the times, office and residence 20 N. Second ive. San day Hours -10 to 1. Certificate of Authority. Office of the Territorial Treasurer, j PHCENIX, ARIZONA, FEBRUARY 28, 1895. ) I, P. J. Cole, treasurer of the territory of Ari zona, hereby certify that the -flStua In surance Company, of Hartford, Conn., has filed Its annual statement for the year ending December 31, 1891, showing premium receipts in Arizona for the year 1894 of tf,974.75. Having complied with the provisions of arti cle 1 of chapter 3 of an ac entitled "Corpora tions," approved March 8, 1887, is entitled and empowered to do business in the territory of Arizona for the year ending Maich 31, 1896. Ia testimony whereof, I hereunto set my hand and affix my official seal this 38th dy of Feb ruary, 1895. P. J. Cole, Territorial Treasurer. Certificate of Authority. Office of the Territorial Treasurer. ( Phcenix, Arizona, February 2s, 1895,! 1, P. J, Cole, treasurer of the territory of Ari ona, hereby certify that the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance company of California has filed its annual statement for the year ending December 31, 1894, showing premium receipts in Arizona for the year 1894 of $593.50. Having complied with the provisions of arti cle 1 of chapter 3 of an a"t entitled "Corpora tions," approved Match 8, 1SS7, is entitled and empowered to do business in the territory of Arizona for the year ending March 31, 1896. In testimony whereof, I hereunto set my hand and affix my official seal this 2Sth day of Feb ruary, 1895. P. J. COLB. Territorial Treasurer. . Bids. Pursuant to ordinance No. 177, adopted Oct. 6, lfcill by the common council of the city of Phoenix and on the 27th day of February said council directed this notice, the undersigned invites, and will recehe at his otfice in the city hall up to 5 o'clock p. m., Monday the 11th day of March sealed proposals or bids for the fol lowing street work to be done according to specifications adopted August 6, 1894, for the laying of cement sidewalks and concrete curb in the city of Phoenix, towit: A sidewalk 6 feet in width in front of 'ot 4, block 8; lot 6 in block 83; lot 9 in block 73 and lot 11 in block 73 in the city of Phoenix; said bids to state the price per square foot for doing said work. The common council reseives the right to accept any or rejectall bids. ED. 8' HWARTZ. City Recorder. Ordinance No. 191. An ordinance to amend section 1 of ordinance No. 70, entitled "An ordinance to provide for the protection of persons and property in the city of Phoenix lrom damage by fire" The common council of Phoenix do t rdain as follows: Section 1. That section 1 of ordinance No. 70 be amended to read as follows: All that portion of the city of Phrenix bounded and described as follows, to wif : Commencing at the center of Fourth street east of the center of Monroe street, thence west along the center of said street t: the center of Fourth avenue, thence south on center of Fourth avenue to the center of Madison street, thence east along the center of sld street to the center of Fourth street, thence north on Fourth street to the place of beginning, shall be and constitute and be known as the fire limit district of the city of Plcenix. Sec. 2. All ordinances or parts of orlinances in conflict with this ordinance are hereby re pealed. Sec. 3. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from aud after its passage and pub lication according to law. Passed by the com non council this 27th day of February, A. D.. 1895. Approved this 27i,h day' of Februarv. A. D 189?. seal JAMES D. MONIHON, Attest: Major. Ed Schwartz, City Recorder. Date of first publication February 28, 1895. Ordinance No. 192. An ordinance annexing to the City of Phcenix in the County of Maricopa, Territory of Ari zona, ;he land, property and territory, situ ate, lying and being in said County and ter- tory to-wit: The Fontneast quarter lQ of section five (A) in township one (I) north range three east of Gila and baJt river base and meridian W hereas. A Dfttiti..Ti hn.s hen filed with the City Recorder a d the common council of the uny ol rnoeiiix, signed by the owners 01 mure thrt-n one half m v1iir anrnrdin? to the last 8t.esaient in Maiicopa County, of the land, property and territory in Maiicopa County, Territory of Arizona hereinafter mentioned to wn: xne soutneast i,u rter W oi wx-tiuu uvW (SI in township one m nortn ranee three (3) t-ast Gila and salt river base and meridian ac cording to the United Stares survev. ana com monly known a th Churchill Addition to the L.itv uf rhoenix. and lsnu tfontiiruous thereto and not embraced wit. in its i.uirs and asking tnfttsaia tract 01 land, property ana territory, be annexed to said city, in con formity with the revisions of section one of an act entitled "An at-t authorizing incorporated cities to ex tend aim enlarge their limits." approved April lth. lS'.tt. tiow therefore, the Common Council of the City ot Phrenix do ordain as follows: Section 1. That the said property and tract of li d and territory hereinbefore mentioned and described, be. and the same ib hereby an nexed to, made a part of, and included within ithe corporate limits of the City of Phcenix, County of Maricopa. Territory of Arizona, and the same and every part tneref shall here alterbeai art and parcel of said city, for all pu'poses whalsoever. Sec 2. This ordinance -hall be in force ard effect from and atjr i.s passage and publica tion according to law Passed by the common council, this 27 .h day of February, A. D. 1895. Approved this 27th day of February A. D. 181 seal JAMES D. MONIHON, Attest: h.D, Schwartz, Mayor. City Recorder. Date of first publication Feb. 28. 1895. Ordinance No. 183. An ordinance for for the registration of voters in the city of P. cenix. The Comm. n Council of Phcenix do ordain as follows: Bection 1. Within fifty days, and not more than fifteen days oefore any regnlar city elec tion, there shall be we oared bv the citv record er of this city, and ke.t in his otfice a great register 01 me voters ot Eaia city. tiEc. 2. In said great register, the city re corder must, as nereinafter provided, enter the names of such persons who are then qualified electors of said city, or of those who will be qnauuea electors at the next city election m said city, tine. 3. Such entry shall show: 1st. The name at length of each registered elector. 2nd. His age the next ensuing election omit a eg fractions of years. 3M . The country or state of his nativity. 4th. His place of re-idenc(by street and nunioer, or other designation) 6th. If not native of the United States, the time and place of his naturalization. tith. The Uta ol the entry in the great register. Such naves shall be entered alphabetically, using the initial letters of the suiname there for: and shall be numbered consecutively, from No. I, as they appear on rich register. Sec. 4. No person'b name shall be entered in said gieat remoter except, 1st: Upon the affi davit of such person that he was born in the United States. and that be will be a qualified elector of said city at the next ensuing city election, or 2nd: If he be a naturalized citizen, upon the presentation of his certificate of naturalization, or upon his affidavit of its loss, if it be lost, together with the affidavit of a regisierec voter that the applicant then is ud and has been a continuous resident of Arizona since s date at least one year next preceding the npxt ensuing cuy election, and within said city fcince a date at least 90 days next preceding the next ensuing city election, together with the applicant's affidavit that he is t r will be an elector of said city at tne next ensuing city election. 3rd: If born In a foreign country, upon his affidavit that he became a citizen of the United States,-by virtue of tbeJia uralization of hs lather, while be (the applicant) was under the age of 21 jears and re-idlog in the United Slates; and t at he will oe an elector of said city at the next ensuing city election herein. 4th: Upon the productiou and filing of a copy of tbe order of a competent court direct ing such entry. 5th: Iu any case the affidavit of the person must show the facts required to be entered, ex cept the date and the num ber of the entry. Sec. 5. The city recorder shall be the regis tering officer, andis authorized to administer ai oaths required by thisrordinance Sue. 6. Tne name of no person ehll be en tered in said great registermore than fifty days or lees than fifteen days before the next ensu ing ci y election. Sec. 7. No person shall be entitled to vote at any regular ci;y election in said city unless his name shall appear upon the great register. Skc. 8. Notice shall be given, by publica tion, in the newspaper then doing the city ad vertising, of a notice therein, three times in each week, the first of which shall be not more than ninety days, nor less than seventy-five days before the next ensuing city election, of tbe time when and the place where the great register will be open fpr the entry of the names of the electors of the City. The publication of such notice shall continue until tbe prepara tion of the great regiscer shall have been com pleted . Sec. 9 Within ten davs after the completion of such great register, the city recorder shall cause 100 copies thereof to be printed; and not less than 5 days before the day of the next en suing election, shall deliver one (1) copy to each member of the Council and to each city officer; three (3) copies to each board of elec tion in the several wards; copies for general distribution, and three (3) copies to each ward to be hung in some conspicuous and accessible place. fcEc. 10. The publication of this ordinance, as requ red by lw for the publication of ordi nances, shall dispense with the publication of notice for the length t:f time prescribed by Sec tion 8. of this ordinance, for the present year. As soon as this ordinance shall be in force, the city recorder shall cause a notice like that prescribed in said Section 8, to be published three times in each week and until the com pletion of the great regiter. Preceding all subsequent city elections the notice and the publication thereof shall be as prescribed in Section 8. Sec 11. This ordinance shall be in force and effect from and after its passage and publica tion es required by law. Pissed by the Common Council this 18th day of February, A. D., 1895. Approved. seal JAMES D. MONIHON, Attest: ED Schwartz, Mayor. City Recorder. Date of First publication February 19,1895, Notice. Notice of sale of real estate at private Fale. Norice is hereby given that in pursuance to an oider of the probate court of Maricopa coun ty, Arizona territory made on the 21st day of February, 1S95, in the matter of the estate of John Bohn, deceased, the undersigned, the administrator of the said estate will sell at private sale at the office of J. B. Woolward, rooms 2 and 4 Porter building, Phoenix, A. T., where offers or bids will be rereived, for cash in lawful money of the United Slates, and subject to the confirmation of the probate court on Monday the 11th day of March 1895, at 12 o'clock m. all the right, title, interest and estate of the said John Bohn, deceased at the time of his death, and all the right, title and interest that the said estate has, by operation of law or otherwise, acquired other than or in addition to that of the said John Bohn, deceased, at the time of his death in and to that certain real estate situated being and lying in the County of Maricopa, Arizona Territory, as follows, viz: Northwest of section 9, in township 2, south of range 5, west, containing 100 acres. The bids or offers must be in writing. Deed at expense of purchaser. SAMUEL BOHN, Administrator of the estate ol John Bohn deceased. .BoartHnjr. Happy aud Content are the Borders at the , IVY GREEN RESTAURANT. WHY? Because their appetites are first cul tivated to a condition of natural Healthfulness and then regularly nourished and satisfied bv choice viands, fresh vegetables and ai1 palatable and wholesome foods ii season. MRS. A. Wll L lAMSON Adamg street. Between Center and Fi THE LEADING SHOEMAKE f! A R rxA i c ,1 . . v v. t """ifi , 'lie ui hmj UlUHb w in pei Vllt uuw and shoemaKers in Arizona, is now located at iu. oouiu vcmer street, oppohiie tne torn- old and new patrons. All work warranted as ordered. Boots and shoes made nd repaired. Special attention given to cus'oin wo;k. J-jlverv. Chas. W. Stevens Cor. First & Adams Sts., LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE. Good Turnouts on short notice at all hours of the day and night. Buy, Sell and Trade, Horses. Special attention to boardlnEhorsos. Hack Stand, Conn Kro. cigar Store, Telephone. 25: M, K. HUKLEY, THE LIVE BUTCHER. CHOICE STEAKS AND ROASTS. BEST KEPT MARKET IX FHCENIX XFER1ENCED CUTTERS. FREE DELIVERY IN THE CITY. E. h. BURLINGAME'S ASSAY OFFICE s EE Established in Colorado, 1866. Samples by mail or express will receive prompt and care ful attention. Gold and Silver Bullion tXt Addrws. 1736 and 1738 Lawrence St.. Dearer. Colo. Ordinance No. 190. G ranting to the Santa Fe, Prescott and Phoenix Railway Company the rieht to cor-struct, maintain and operate a side trac on Jack son street in the city of Phoenix, Arizona. The Common Council of Phcenix do ordain as follows: Section 1. That the Santa Fe, Prescott and Phoenix Bailwsy company, a corporation or ganoid and existing under and by vi tue of the laws of the Territory of Arizona, be and said company hereby is authorized to construct, maintain and operate a side track on the north side of Jackson street betw en F irst street and -econd avenue, alon and ad j-cent to and par allel wiih tne curb line of the sidewalk on the nortu side of said Jackson street in said city of Phcenix, and to connect eaid side track with its main track in the most practicable manner at a point not more hn 225 feet we-t of the ast line of First avenue, and al-o to connect with its main track at a point not more than 225 feet eat f tbe west line oi Center street. Sec. 2 This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and alter its passage, approval and publication according to law. Passed by the Con mon Council of Phoenix, this 27th day of February, A D.,ly5. Approved the 27th day of F enruarv, A.D., 1895 Seat JAWES D. MONIHON, Attest: Ed. Schwabtz, Mayor. City Recorder JFirst Publication, Feb. 2S, 1S95 1 Ordinance No. 189. An ordinance in relation to a telegraph system in and for the city of rbcenix. The common council of Phoenix do ordain as follows: Section 1. That the Santa Fe, Prescott & Pbcenit Railway company, iis successors, grantees and assigns are hereby granted the right of way through in and upon toe streets, alleys, sidewalks and public groni,d of the city of Phcenix, Maricopa county, Arizona, both upon the surfaee and under ground therein for the purpose therein and thereon to erect, place, maintain and use all the necessary poles or posts, pipes and -condnits of wood or iron or other suitable material and for the purpose of laying and placing therein and thereon the necessary wires and fixtures to successfully op erate and use a telegraph systtm or lines within said city of Phot nix. Provided that the erection and maintenance of said poles, pipes, conduits, wires and fix tures shall be subject to the regulation of the common council of the city of Phcenix. Sec. 2. That at any time hereafter when the public need shall require it or business justify it the said Santa Fe, Prescott & Phcenix Rail way company, its successors, grantees and as signs shall have the privilege under this ordi nance to extend said telegraph system service in any direction throughout the city or in any addition that may hereafter be added to the city or in any addition that may hereafter be added to the city of Phcenix or become a part ot the corporate limits thereof and the privi lege? here o granted to the said Santa Fe, Prescott & Phcenix Railway company, its suc cessors, grantees and assigns within said cor porate limits are hereby extended and made to cover said additions. Sue. 3. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage, approval and publication accord ing to law and Rhall continue in force for the period of (25) twenty-five years xrom me nrsr nay oi April, a. u. usyo. Provided, however, that said teleeranh linos shall be in operation on or before the first day of May, A. D. 1895, and if not in operation by said time the privileges herein granted shall be forfeited to the city of Phcenix. Passed by the common councilthis 20th day of reoruary, a. u., iry.-. Approved this 20th day of February, A. D. 1895. J. D. MONIHON, x Mayor. Attest: Ed Schwartz, City Recorder. First publication, Feb. 21. 1895. Fort Thomas and Globs Stage Line. LAYTOJI BROS, Props. Runs both ways between Fort Thomas and uiuue every uay. special rigs ior drummers or families when desired. Rallroaas. MARICOPA & PHfEKIX fi.R. New Time Table. Iu effect Nov. 16, 1894. 5 . i sj -72 t STATIONS. fa b.m 8:00 Lv... Phcenix ..Ar s.OO , 8:30 j r.' Lv. J 4.35 8:J0 j Lv.iemPe Ar.ti- 4.25 U 9:25 Kvrene.... 4 00 V 10:00 SacatOn 3.25 m 10:25 Ar..Maricopa..Lv. 3.00 Pnllma,, nWntn. , !. k-. m. u. ........ cp.ng loi dci ujguwj ueiweeu Phcenix ami Maricopa. Sleeping Car coupons sold to all points on the Southern Paciflo and connecting lines. Train No. 1 conneeis with Southern Pacific 19, pss:neMa'icopa t 11:50 p. m. Train No. 2 connects with Southern Pacific iO, passing Maricopa at 2 40 a. m. Connection made at Tempe w'tb Mages for Goldfleld. Connection" made at Phcenix with stages for Prescott and Congress. Trains stop on signal. C. 8. MASTEN, General Manager Santa Fe, Prt scott & PhoeLix R. R. PRESCOTT DIVISION TIME TABLE Ki. 8, . TAKING EFFECT SDNDAT. DEC. 2, 1894, Mountain Time is, standard used. No. 121 i No 103 Si'ATlOSS. No.I04No.l22 7 35 a 3 05 p 4 OOp 4 25 p 4 55 p 5 12 p 6 10 p lv Ash Fork ai Hock Butte Cedar Glade Del Rio Jerome Junction 12 30 p 6 10 p 5 10 p if9 3 4o p 3 20 p 2 10 p 8 40 a 9 07 a 9 ja 10 20 a 11 35 a 11 40 p 11 10 p 10 35 a 10 20 a ar Prescott lv 9 30 SOUTH EXTENSION, No. 201 7.30 a.m 8.10 8.20 850 10.00 10.25 11.00 STATIONS. No. 202 Lv Prescott. Ar. Iron Sprii gs Summit Ramsgate Snull Valley........ Kirkland Grand View Hillside Cottonwood Martinez Congress Hartiua Hala. Wickenburg Vulture - .-Hot Springs Junct Beardtlv 5.50-p.m 5.20 , 5.15 4.35 ' 3.30 8.05 2 30 2.10 1.30 1.00 11.59 p.m. 11 35 11.00 10.20 9.55 9.17 12.01 p.m 1 00 1 30 1.55 2 25 3 05 3.25 4.00 4.20 p m Arr Agna d'ria. .'. ..L'vel 9.00 a.m m : ,no i ir.uB ma huu iui wjflneci at Asn rorK wltn uaii a aitu on a. s r. K. ts. Trains 121 and 122 connect at Ash Pork with ta nsl and 2 nil A At P R Tt Tr.;t 'Mil a.A nrn and connect at Conere' s with staee line oar rving U. 8. mail to and from Stanton and Yarn All and at inn, C-io n t- s.i.a wood and Phcenix. K. K. COLEMAN. Supt. G. W. Vaughn. V-fres. and Gen Mgr. F. A. Healy. Gen. Frt. and Pass. Agent. , Gila Yallej, GMe & iSorthcra R. R. Co. TIME CARD NO. 4. October 20, 18M, at 1 a . m. Between Bowie and Pima. Miles from No I bowie A. M. 10:00 10:51 17.3 11:15 25.4 11:55 84. 8 12:20 39.5 12-M 42.7 12:42 45.2 12:50 47.S P M. STATIONS. Miles Bet. Sta'ns No 2 p. ft. 5:50 17.3 4-59 8.1 4:35 9 4 4:05 4.7 3:40 3.2 3:16 2.5 3:08 2.6 3:00 P. M. (Mountain Time.) Lv. Bowie Ar. Bailfy's Wells Rail N. Ranch Solrmonville Su fiord Thatcher Cent.rfll Ar. Pima Lv. Train No. 1 connects with Southern Pacific train No 19, ea tbound, passing bewie Junc tion at7:50 a. m Train No. 2 vonnects with Southern Pacific train No. 20, westbound, passing Bowie Junc tion at 6:35 p m. Trains 1 and 2 run daily except Sunday dnd connect with stage lire at Pima to and from Fort Thomas, San Carlos, Globe City and Tonto Basin. , The company reserves the right to vary this schedule as circumstances may require WM. GARLAND, President. The Great Middle Koute Across the American Continent in Connec tion with the Railways of the "Santa Fe Route." LIBERAL MANAGEMENT, SUPERIOR FACILITIES, PICTURESQUE 8CENERY, EXCELLENT ACCOMODATIONS. The Grand Canon ot the Colorado, the most sublime of Nature's work on the Earth, inde !";"bable' can easily be reached via Flagstaff, Williams or Peach Springs on this road. To the Natural Bridge of Arizonaand Montezuma's well you can journey most direct! by this line. Observe the Ancient Indian Civilization of La guna, or of A coma, "Toe City of the Skj," Visit the Petrified Forest near Carrizo. See and marvelatthefresk of Canon Diablo. Take a hunting trip in the magnificent pine forestB of the San Francisco Mountains. Find interest in the ruins of the pre historic Cave and Cliff Dwellers. View the longest Cantilever bridge in America across the Colorado River. Jno. J. Byrne, Genera' Psssenger Agent, Los Angeles, Cal. C. H, Spekrs, Ass't. General Passenger Agent, San Francisco, Cal. H. S. VAN Slyck, General Agent.Albuquerque.N.M. Phosaix and Buckeye Stage J, 8. BASSHTT, Prop, leaves Phcenix Mondaysltnd Tuesdays at 7:30 a.m.: arrives at Hnckee in twelve hours; leaves Buckeye Tuesdays and Batuidays at 7:30 a. m., and arrives at Phcraix in twelve hours. Office at Parlor Cigar store. A. J, HILL. Agt. Bowie Station and Thomas Stage Line, KAGAR BROS., Props. Caming U. S. mail from Bowie Station via Solo monville to Ft. Thomas, connecting with stage for Globe. A daily line of stages is run be tween above points, connecting at Solomon ville with stage line for Clifton and Upper Gila at Bowie Station with the Southern Pacific railroad. The Atlantic 6 Pacillc R. R.