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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 13, 1895.
Offered! The Opportunity Of a Lifetime to Secure a Home, i f 1 1111 r A NUMBER OF mm Lots 'N THE Capitol Addition AND Collins Addition. These lots will be offered for sale on terms and at prices within the reach of every homeseeker. These additions are on the finely equipped' Ki ! 1 1 iii r I'm - ! Uintah h 1 , Mi Only Four Minutes Ride to Center Street. Property within the city limits is too high-priced to be utilized as resi dence property, when better and more comfortable homes can be secured in these beautifully situated additions at a small cost. The man who cares to investigate the future growth of Phoenix and vicin ity will readily come to the conclusion that within the next six years its popu lation will reach 20,000 or 30,000, and in order to accommodate this pushing, bus tling throng business houses, as well as residences, will seek the additions here mentioned, and their cash value thereby be enhanced tenfold. The Capitol of the New State of Arizona Will attract culture and wealth to this vicinity and when the State Buildings are erected on the handsome ground now made ready for occupancy, a rush to secure lots will surely ensue, For Particulars, Prices, etc., apply to M. E. COLLINS COMMERCIAL HOTEL BLOCK. r niiraiiip'iiiii i!iiiipiiiiifcw?pjdi!iwiiiii iiWirtinmi' nnunniiiH nmiiiiiiwum mi m mum Lm n mt . w-wra in i mil i . lit 'i in i in i r.i, i: . 5 1 111:111 iiimi in 1 iw.i.ti i .'U-iii iiili n.wiaif 11 mil .11 i t mm- i. ii-.w nit n i nit . i. r . . ,' i r m'i i i r t v :n i , ;n u i n iir i i i 1 iimiii iflm-- iiiii hi u w iiimi i in in in ffliif nfli Viiiua "mil iimiif iirFiiiiiniiiiiiii i minium nil. in mum iH& n mmmmmmmmmmm m wmmmmmmmmm mm?, & Mil i w -Tt.xrLv.,v i ' r.t ii nil iitii i nil i 4' n1 in inuni i inntrwi1 i1 n i i in i h u ruriiiij.Tiiiiiit.'-iiii.iviiiur.iiuiiitit'.iiMTiiiiiHi'MiNiiniiieiiiiiitiiiiiiM : i : mmmmmmimimimmMA i 1 mmm mwJHiMn in iii 'iifflrjssJffliiiWiiiwyii 1 im njh i m iMYiwrmm mmmMimm m jii i Il iiiuiiinui in W.i liW7iiflii nun mi i i J'sg ff ; iU i n n i 11 1 ffj.J.i ujii w ufc mi i i D Ti n inn Ii i mmKBmmmmmam ri flaiiiLilii 4ifliiliwHi 1 i"! , Mil ' 11 I 1 I1 1 A ' W II IV. : 11 n llllrih Ii 111 111 - P Dili -llbl Hi Mi 1 SI t ! I i ''i 'Kill i 1 h', a 1 i , m III U 4 'I ill 1 1 1 1 'i' j' 1' 11 ihr - Si 1 iiiim 1 11 I Ui! .t ii From the Paeifle TO The Great Lakes Without Change. Cheapest Eates. Best Accommodations, ;Ask agents named twlinv for advertising mutter. C. O. CISPE-XTSE?, Trav. igt,, Tl Paso, Tex. P. H. MOOREHOUSF, Div. V Panl P. A ,, E Fas-, 7exT. II A A' AND CKAEV. WAV TUFDC t HAY THERE. We will sell you fj Cheaper than you can buy elsewhere. Special Prices to the Wholesale Trade. Henry E Kemv. Pres. Jno. E. Nokton, V-Pres. W. D. Hamsun. Sec-Treas. & M The Phoenix Hay and Grain Co. : GBOCERIEH. im Trask-Kessler mm k West Washington St., Wholesale and Eetail- G-roceries, Crockery, Queensware, Stoneware. and -Glassware. FRESH GOODS RECEIVED CAILY. Railroads. IAEIGOPA&PHIMEI, New Time Table. In effect Nov. 16.1S94, . 3; - re - sc STATIONS. c.,tS P 5T I AS 8:00 Lv... Phoenix ..Ar S.00 iS iftiJ 1:1 9:25 KTrene 4 0(' 10:00 Saeaton 3.25 10:25 Ar..Marlcopa..LT. S.00 Pullman sleeping car se; vice nightlv between PhoBnix and Marioopa. Sleeping Car coupon? sold to aii points on the Southern Pacific and connecting lines. Train No. 1 connects with Southern Pacific 19, passing Maneopa it 11:50 p m. Trjiti Ko. S connects with Southern Pacific 20, passing Maricopa at 2:40 a. m. Connection made at Tempe with stages ior Goidneld. Connection made at Phtenix with staees for Prescott and Congress. Trains stop on signal. C. 8-MASTi.K, General i T .vnee?' FLORENCE and GLOBE STAGE LINE Carryiug United States Mail and the Express. Stage leaves Florence daily for Riverside and filobe at 7 o'clock p. m.; stops all night at Biverside and arrives at Globe at 5 oV'ock p m.; returning, leaves Globe at8o'clo -aa m ', arrives at Florence at 1 a. m. Good scmnio d.tions on the ro..d, i:npr vi;d line gr ? rtok and eomiortpMe ;tatres. fonr-horpp coqn every other day. V, E. Guild, aaettt, Florv'.:a! K P. Kellner & Co., agents, Globe. C. C. HACKETT. Prop. J HI PHCENIX, ARIZ.