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i ;' At the end of the year pet rid of every cow that does not produce 200 pounds of butter. Whenever you are trying1 a cow that is in milk, examine the milk r.nd also milk the cow yourself before buying. Don't try to economize in the dairy by foedinj frosted or inui.ly food. There is no economy in it. fr the but ter will be injuriously aCocted. We do not hear so much n- .u- of pedi gree as we used to. Not that a buyer does not want an animal with a good pedigree. lie does. But he must have individual merit with it. Formerly pedigree alone sold the cow. In these times when the cost of pro duction needs to be brcattht down as low as possible, the time a: A trouble Spent in investigating cows before buy . ing t'jem is most profitably spent. A . poor cow is dear at any price. i Fob his own benefit the farmer should feed his cows upon only the best feed, even if he takes his milk to the creamery, for the better the whole product the better the price, and the better able the creamery is to stand. Tins temperature needs watching-in winter, liutter is often spoiled by an imperfect temperature and the imper fect temperature Bomctimcs results from the impression that in cold weath er the milk will be all right anyhow. Farmers' Voice. The Railroad Is Here ! The chance of a lifetime to make a stake. Change the Feed Gradually. Cows should not be taken from pas ture or very moderate feed to be put at once on a full winter ration. The sud den change is very apt to induce bowel disorders. Ramblers, :: Wins i First two prize and liKEAKn O 3T RECORD in C. A. C. C ,25 mile road race March 3. t Walter Foster from a scratch first in. :l 22 4-5. It's asy to do it on a Ramble No. 10. Thai's the wbe"l. The Fastest on Earth. J. S. GRIFFIN, Agent. I .6 l"8 West Washington Sireet t Certificate of Authority. Office of th T'kiitobiai. Treasurer. ( Ch emix, yrizh March 11, 1895.t i, P. J, ' :le. treasurer of the territory of Ari rna, hereby cert-try that the Wesern Assur ance Company of Toronto, ('anuria, has filed Its annual statement for the yer ending December 31, 1891, showing premium receipts In a rtzo -a fir the year 1891 of $629 99. Bavins com plied with the provisions of arti cle 1 of chapters an act entitled "Corpora tion," p;nre 1 -fatal 8, 18S7, is entitled and mpowered to do business in the territory of Arizona for the year ending Ma ch 31, 1896. In testimony whereol, 1 hereunto set my hand al ilBx aiy urfiei 1 seal this llti day of Match, 1895. P. J. COLE. Terr'torfnl Treasurer. Certifta ite of Authority. Officr of ths Terr'Tri at. Treasurer. ( PHiENIX, ARIZ iNA, MAR H 11, 1895.) I, P. J. Ctn, treasurer of the l rritnry of Ari gnni, hretiy certify that the Scottish Union 'id National Insurance Company of Kdin ta s, S . tfand. ban filed its annual statement for the v at endina Dec-mber 3l, 1894, showing premium receipts in rizona for the year 1894 H-tvi complied with the provisions of arti cle 1 f chapter 3 of nn ac' fntifled ''Corpora te n-," rtpuMViMi Mareh 8, 1887, is entitled and emp.iiv 'ie i to 'io b-uiness in tho territory of Ariz t:ia-for ihe year ending Match 31, 18. In lediinvMiy wnereof, I hereunto set my hand fat a fi my odftcial seal this 11th day of Uah&a, 18y-". P.J.Cole, Territorial Treasurer. Notice. In the Tr bate Com t of Maricopa county, Ariz., in he matter of the estate of J. A. Cross, de ensed. N 't ce i hereby givjn that Wednesday, the 2ftti! dri.v .f Mrch A. D. 1895 at 10 o'clock a. m. Of 8"id day tnd be court room of said court, a,t th" court house in the city of Phoenix, Cfnnty "f Maricopa, ter itory of Arizona have veu a point d as the time Hiid i la e for prov ing the will of said J. A. Cr ss, deceased, and Iwr heaiing the application of Emu:a Cross for the issuance to her of letters testamentary th-' reon. Wi'i tss my hand and the seM of said court Kiisth day of March, A. D. 1895. s al C. W.CROU8E, By J. . Pkarce. Pppt, le.k Clerk. Lots 50x150 ft. A HP $50 each and up JLiTQTJORS. E. GANZ, Wine and Liquor Merchant Agent PABST MILWAUKEE BEER AND "BEST" TONIC. Agent TUB APOLLINAKIS CO., Limited, London. - Goods Delivered to any part of the city and surroundings Free of Charge. Telephone No. 75. MACHINE SHOP. IN THE IRYfflE ADDITION Sold on installments of $5 a month, Ten per cent off for cash E. IRVINE. Office Over, The Irvine Stationery Store, Phoenix Frank S. Belcher, President, P. J. Cole, 1st Vice-President. C. J. Hall, Cashier, A. H. H arsohee, 2nd Vice-President. D IT OIL THE ONLY United States Depository IN ARIZONA. Paid Up Capital, - - $100,000 U. S. Bonds to Secure Deposits, 50,000 Depositary for the Territorial Funds. Theonl y Steel-Lined Vaults and Steel Safety Deposit Boxes in Arizona. Interest Pail on Tiie Deposits. General Banking BnsinesF. Drafts Issued on Ml the Principal Cities of the World. "Phoenix. Arizona. Bids. GROCEKIE8. CHAPMAN BROS., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERIES. Special prices made to miners, prospectors, ranchers and cattlemen, buying in large quantities. (JOODS PROMPTLY DELIVERED. OUR CASH PRICES ARE THE LOWEST IN PH(ENII HOGS -V I CHICKENS. c apital Machine Shops Madison St. Bef . Center and First Ave., Fhtehix, Ariz. pipe Fitting, ivmonme m mi for Farm Machinery. We have recently opened the finest equipped shop in the territory, and during the spring mouths will make the repairing of threshers and farm machinery a specialty. Separator Cylinders Skillfully Balanced. Sickles Ground and Repaired. E. E. Lincoln. M. S. Webb. E. E. LINCOLN & CO. Health Resort. Nettling under the foothills in the Oak Groves on the north side of the Santa Catalinas moun tains, altitude 4500 feet, pure air, good water, no dust. For particulars and descriptive leaf let, write to E. S. DODGE, Oracle, Ariz. You Do Not Realize what a good thin g you are missing for your children by not giving them a policy of one or two thousand dollars in the Child's Aid Association, which they will draw when 21 or 25, or sooner if death will overtake them. L. J. Wood, secretary; Dr. Tut tle, medical examiner; Judge Reno & Son, gen eral aeent, Phoenix, Ariz. MISS LENA PURDY, Teacher of Dramatic Elocution and Practical Delsarte. If desirable, lessons can be given at residence of pupil. For particularsaddressbox522.Phcenix. Aseaver. B. K. FORD, Analytical Chemist and Assayer. Mineralogist. Metallurgist. All ores sampled and assayed and sccuracv guaranteed. Mine? and prospects carefully ex amined and extent and value of ore bodies fur nished. Check and control assays a specialty. Gold $1.50; Silver $1 tO; Gold and Silver I2.C0. Highest price paid for placer gold. Samples by mail receive prompt attention. Prices of ana lytical work on application. Laboratory No. IS North Second Avenue. 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 LL work guaranteed. Crown and bridge A work a specialty. Prices to suit the times. otHce and residence 20 N. Second Ave. Sun day hours 10 to 1. Ileal Estate. J. T. SIMMS, MONT. BAUGH, ' Breeder ol REGISTERED POLAND-CHINA HOGS Young Stock For Sale at all times. Also Bnrred Plymouth Rock fUTriTElffQ and Brown Leghorn - - - VlHlM.110, Eggs $1.00 per Setting. Ranch 2 Miles West of Glendale OWNER. MEAT MARKET. Pnrsuant to ordinance to. 177, adopted Oct. 6,181)4 iy ihr common 'uncil of the city of thee ix HTid on the27tn dav of February said council dire- ti this notice, the undersigned t"vict!-t and will -ecele t his o C" in the city 1im.1I up ti 5 o'clock t. m , MoiiKt, the 11th dav f Mnr'li sealed orop sals r bids for the fol lmvinc -trpet wofR to be done f'ording to epec lirtti-'iis Ad tpte-I UK"8t 6, 1894, for the lny'ne;or ctn'nt sidewrtlks ani concrete curb In the city o' Pnren'x. towit: A !dwalk 6 feet in wi th ii front of of 4, Mm-k ft; lot 6 in fcloeii Mi: Io- 9 in b'n k 73 and l-t 11 in block 73 in the i u of hcent ; said bids to state the lri" per sqnar1 foot for rinii'g said work. The Common couiu'ii receives tha rieht to accept anv errtj'aU bids. ED. HWaRTZ. Citv Recorder. J. A. LTJT&ERDING & CO. Fresh and Salt Meats. MUTTON, POEK, VEAL AND POULTRY. All Our Meats Thoroughly Refrigerated Before Being Sent Out to Customers. Superior Corned Beef. Fresh Sausage, Head Cheese and Bologna. ' uraers uauea r or ana ueiiyeiea. 142 West Washington Street. Postoffice Building;. Notice to Voters. The z eat re iet r ort-ctyof Phcenix for fh- mnnii'ip 1 et,-t'i-n forth" fiscal vear 1895-ls- 6 t' o -cur o Mhv 7, 189 is n.iw open for the r -ri-traT nn ct voters, at the dt" recorder's flfe. thncitv hall Tho hooks f r registra lijn will close on April 22. 1S'5 EU. SC'WARTZ, City Recorder. If you want a loan on good real estate, "Keep Your Eye on Pascoe" He's got the stuff. LOANS AND INSURANCE.' 15 S. Center Street 27 1. Washington St., Cor. ot Wall St. Saloon. The Palaee, GUS. H. HIRSCHFELD.Prop. , Imported and Domestic WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, PHCENIX. ARIZONA. M. E. HURLEY, THE LIVE BUTCHER. CHOICE STEAKS ASD ROASTS. BEST KEPT MARKET IX PHOENIX. 1XFIRIENCED CDIIEK8. FREE DELIVERY IN THE CITY. ASSAY OFFICE 5 E. h. BURLINGAME'S CHEMICAL 1AB0RATORI Established in Colorado, 1866. Samples by mail or express will receive prompt and care ful attention. Gold and Silver Bullion roue8' Address, 1736 and 173S Laweiee St.. DeiTer, Colo. Ordinance No. 193. An ordinance establishing and declaring the grade ol streets in the uity of Phoenix. Tne co union council of the City of Phcenix do ordain as follows: Section 1. That the grade of Center street from Van Buren street to the center of Jackson street shall ;be and is now hereby established ana declaied to be as follows: eginningat the center of Center street at its intersection with Van Buien street, at ah elevation of 97.200 feetabove the established datum ing the reference point indicated on a stote at the northwest corner of the City Hall plaza to be 98.225 feet above datum plane); thence along iue ucuier ui teuier street on a unilorm grade to a point midway between Van Buren and Monroe streets, 97.500 feet above said datum plane ; thence along the center of Center street on a uniform grade to a point in the center of Monroe street, which point is 97.600 feet above datum plane; thence along the center of Center street, on a uniform grade, to a point at the center of Adams st eet, which point is 97.300 feet above datum plane; thence along the cen ter ot Center street, on a uniform grade, to a point midway between Adams and Washington streets, which point is 97.300 feet above datum plane; thence along the cen xr of Center street onauniform grade, to the center of Washing ton street to a point which shall be 97.220 feet above datum plane; iherce along the center of Center stieet, on a nnifoim grade, to a point midway between Washington street and Jeffer son street, which point shall be 97 200 feet above datum plane; thence al:ng the center of Cen ' ter street, on a uniform grade, to the center of Jefferson street which point Bhall be 97.140 feet above datum plane; thence along the center of Center street, on a uniform grade, to a point where the center line of the alley would inter sect said center line of said Center street, which point shall be 96.010 leet above datum plane; thence along the center of Center street, on a uniform grade, to the center of Madison street which poini shall be 95 2-.0 feet above ' datum plane; thence along the center of Center street to a point where the cenier line of the alley between Madison and Jackson streets would intersect the center line of Center street, on a uniform grade.whtch point shall be 93 000 feet above datum plane: thence along the center of Center street (on a unilorm graue), to the centerof Jackson street, which point of intersection shall be 91.400 teet above datum plane. Sec. 2. That the grade of Jackson steet, from its interseciion with Center street to its Inter section with Seventh avenue shall be, and is now hereby, established aud declared to be as follows: Beginning at the intersection of the center of Jackson street with the center of Center street, which point is 91.400 feet above datum plane, thonce on a unilorm giade along the center of Jackson street, to a point midway between Center street and First avenue, which point shall be 91.450 feetabove datum plane; thence along the center of Jackson stieet, on a uni form grade, to its inteisection with the center of First avenue, which point shall be'J1.500 feet above datum plane; thence along the centerof Jackson street, on a uniform grade, to a point midway between First avenue and Second avenue, which point shall be 91.945 feet above datum plane; thence along the center of Jack son street, on a uniform givde to its intersec tion with the cuter of Second avenue, whichj point shall be 92.250 feet above datum plane; thence along the centei of Jackson street, on a uniform grane, to a po nt midway between Second avenue and Third avenue, which point shall be 92.750 feet above datum- plane; thence along the center of Jackson street , on a uni form grade to its intersection with Third avenue, which point shall be 92.000 fet above datum plane; thence along the center of Jack son street, on a uniform grade, to a point mid way between Third avenne and Fourth avenue, which point shall be 91.500 feet above datum plane; thence along the center of Jackson street, on a uniform grade, to its intersection with the centerof Fourth avenue, which point shail be 91 000 feetabove datum p ane; thence along the center of Jackson street, on a uni form grade, to a point midway between Fourth avenne and Fifth avenue, which point shall be 90 500 feet above datum plane: thence along the center of Jackson street, to its intersection with Fifth avenue, which point shall be 90.000 feet above datum plane; thence along the center of Jackson - treet, on a uniform grade, to a point midway between Fifth avenue and Sixth avenue, which point shall be 89.750 feet above datum plane; thence along the center of Jackson street, on a uniform grade, to its inter section with the center of Sixth avenue, which point shall be 89.500 feet above datum plane: thence along the center of Jackson street, on a uniform grade, to a point midway between Sixth avenue and Sever th avenue, which point shall be 89.250 feet above datum plane; thence along the center of Jackson street, on a ui form grade, to its intersection wi'h the center of Seventh avenue, wbice point shall be 89.250 feet above datum plane. Sec 3. The elevation of the centre of Seventh avenue at its ir tersection wi th Harrison street shall be 88.500 feet above datum plane. The point of intersection of the west sideof Seventh avenne and the centre o' the raihoad track of the Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix Railroad com pany shall be 89.500 feet above datum plane; the intersection of the centre of saia railroad track with the quarter section lire shall be 90.000 feet above datum plane. The point of intersection of Ninth avenue with the south line of the northeast quarter of sec. 7. two. 1. n. rang" 3 e., shall be and is hereby established to he 90.000 feet above datum plane. Sec. 4. This ordinance shall be in force find effect from and after its passage and publica tion a required by law. Pissed by the Common Council this 4th day of March, A. D.. 1895. Approved this 4th dny of March, A. P. 1395. SEAL JAMES D. MONIHON, Attest: Ed Schwartz, Mayor. Citv Recorder. Date of First publication March 6, 1895.