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THE ARIZONA KEPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14, 1895.
H A.T7 A I GiliAIN. WIXEH, LiTQTJCmS AND CIGARS, t HAY TJBLJSlE a . We Will Sell You Hay, Grain, Flour, Feed, etc. J Cheaper than you can buy elsewhere. Special prices to the Wholesale Trade. 4 W. D. Kamman, Manager, The Phoenix Hay and Grain Co. THE Pknix National Bant MELCZER BROS.' Wholesale Dealers in Phoenix, Arizona, WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.; Paid Up Capital, - - - 8100,000 U.S. Bonds to Secure Deposits, 50,000 Distributing agents for Pabst and Lemp Beers and the San Francisco Breweries, limited. Also for the celebrated Manitou Mineral Water, of Manitou, Colorado, and the Apollinarls GROCERIES. kju., nuiitea. 3840 Nortli Center Street, Phoenix. r Frank S. Belcher, President. f. J. uolb, 1st Vice-President. A. H. Harscher, 2nd Vice-President. C. J. Hall, Cashier. CHAPMAN BROS., The Only WHOLESALE AND RETAIL (3rROOERIES. Special prices made to miners, prospectors, ranchers and cattlemen, buying in large quantities. (JQ0DS PROMPTLY DELIVERED. , BICYCLES. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY In Arizona. OUR CASH PRICES ARE THE LOWEST IN PHffiNIL CANAL COMPANY. A. C. Sheldon, President. A. H. Linton, Vice-President. J. K. Doolittlb,- Secretary. Frank L. Coneet, Treasurer, Depository for the Territorial Funds. The only Steel-Lined Vaults and Steel Safety ueposit Boxes in Arizona. General Banking Business. Drafts Issued on All the Principal Cities o the World. D1RKCTOHS: Iahxs A. Fleming. P. J. Cole. G. B. Richmond. T. W. Pemberton. B. heyman. f. S. Belcher. D. M. Ferry. f. m. Murphy. K. S. Lacey. -OFFICE Ol' The HO Verde Canal Co, No. 14 N. Second Av. Phojsix. Ariz.. June. 26. 1895. "RESOLVED, that wxter rights for four thousands acres of the lands yet unentered, lying East of me Agua f na, wmcn can oe irrigates Dy gravity laterals irom tne Kio verae canal, now being built, be sold at the price of Sixteen Dollars per acre, on terms of payment as hereto fore ordered, and that as soon as water right shall be sold for a total of Four Thousand Acres at the price above named, the price of Water Rights lor lands East of the Agna Fria snail oe ana nereoy is raisea to $i.uu per acre. The above Resolution was adopted by the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors of the Kio Verde Canal Company, June 19, 1895, and eales are being made thereunder. Choice Unentered Lands will be shown to purchasers Free of Charge. Selections made for persons intending to become resident entrymen For locations and water rights apply to the company or to any of its agents. M. E. H LTELEY, No More Manse or Iti I have a medicine which is an infalible cure for the disease known as Mange or Iteh. I offer and agree to cure any horse suffering from this innrmity at usnai and reasonable rates. R. S1LVA A. No. 30, Washington Street. Phoenix, Arizona. THE LIVE BUTCHER. CHOICE STEAKS AND BOASTS. BEST KEPT MARKET I!f PHtENIX. EXPERIENCED CUTTERS. FREE DELIVER V. IN THE CITY. Barber Shop. The Fashion Barber Shop. FRANK SHIRLEY. Proprietor. LADIES' WORK DONE AT THE SHOP OR RE81DENCE NEATEST BATH ROOM8 IN THE CITY OPP08ITE THE OPERA HOUSE. Hapny and Content are the Uorders 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 by choice Tiands, fresh vegetables and all palatable and wholesome foods in season. MRS. A. WILLIAMSON, Adams Street. Between Center and First Southern Paeifle Co. fPACIFIC SYSTEM.) Commencing July 14, 1895, trains will leave Maricopaas follows ; fk OA A.M. DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOR ,;,OU Tucson, Benson, LordBbnrghDeming El Paso and intermediate stations. 4 .I fl P-M- DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOB .-tU Gila Bend and intermediate stations. K.OK P. M. DAILY MIXED TRAIN iJ,KtO for El Paso and all way stations. 1 fi.fif. p- M- DAILY SUNSET EX iU.UU PRK33 for points in California, Nevada, Oregon and Washington. n.Kf P. M. DAILY, NEW ORLEANS .) 1 Koreas for Tucson. Benson. Dom ing, El Paso, San Antonio, Honston and New Orleans. T.H.GOODMAN, Sen. Paw. Awt OTOP AT THE WILLIAMS HOUSE. MARI O eopa, while waiting for the train. Good accommodations and excellent table. FLORENCE HOTEL REFITTED AND RE furnished throughout. Strictly first-clase in every resoect. kuuiki iiLUAiij,r rop, (Saloon. The Palaee, 6CS. B Imported and Domestic WINES, LIQUORS AHD CIGARS PHCENIX. ARIZONA. TELEPHONE NO. 78. S out h Center St.. PHCENIX Ordinance No. 199. Granting to Lincoln Fowler, his heirs or assigns, the right of way to lay t ackson Van Buren stieet and Woodland avenue, in the City of Phoenix The common council of the City of Phcenix do ordain a follows: Section 1. .That Lincoln Fowler, his heirs or assigns, are hereby granted for a period of fifty ovi years me nam 01 way, privileges ana Iran chise, to lay, construct, maintain and opertte track, sidetrack, switches, turnouts, turntables telegraph and telephone lines, and such struct ures or appliances as may be necetsary for the operation of a standara guage railroad to be ooe ratedby horse,electricor stt-ain power over and along Van iiuren street and Woodland avenue, irom the c?nter of seventh avenue wesiwara to city limits. Sec 2. That the said line of railway may con sistof assngleor double track or both. The rails shall be of steel, and of the Btyle or pattern Known as me "i " rail; They shall be laid in the best arjDroved man ner and shall be flush or level with the grade oi me street as estaonsnea, ana lata in such i manner as to offer little or no obstruction to th crossing of carriages or other vehicles; and wViorA nrnaalni, ,ha tiolrn nl n,ha. wall ma the rails of each shall be altered or cut so as to permit the cars oi each to pass without ob strnction. Sec. 3. Each track of said line Or system of street railway, in case of double track, shall be placed as near each other as practicable for cars going in opposite airections to pass with safety and in such case the center of the sn ho. tween laid tracks shall be the center line of the street. All tracks may be constructed with twitches or turnouts necessary to the full equipment of the same; provided, that no switch or turnout shall be placed on any of said streets at any point nearer the curb line of the street than the point where the outer line oi tne ran oi a aouDi9 trace might be placed under this ordinance. The said track or tracks shall be not less than three nor more than five feet Detween the rails thereof. That before any of the street railway tracks be laid, all injury or damage sustained thereby to property abutting on said Btreets or public places, upon which said tracks are to be laid, shall be ascertained and compensated for by saiu grauiee or ma Heirs, successors or assign in the manner and as provided bv law. AH telegraph and electric line poles to be of sumcient size ana strengtn to carry all wiring, and in the erection of said poles on the streets. the same are to be placed under the supervision of the city council. That the space between the rails and two feet each Bide thereof shall be lent by the erantee in as good condition as the balance of the street and at his own expense. And in case of the paving of said streets, all paving within the space heretofore specified, is to be done at tne expense ot tne grantee. This ordinance is granted subiect to the nnn- ditions of ordinance No. 100, governing the construction of street railways in the city of ruu:mA,Buuiiu existing auu suuseu.ueut ordinances. Sec. 4. That this franchise and right of way is granted upon the express condition that Lincoln Fowler, his heirs or assigns, shall have constructea under this franchise ana in con nection therewith, eight miles of track, and operate same bv propelling ears over same be fore July 1. 18. Sec. 5. This ordinance snail take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publ ication according to law. and the grantee shall pay the cost of said publication. Passed by the common cour cil of the city of rnoenix, this 30th aay of July, isdd. Approved this 30th day of Juiy, 1895. seal! R. L. ROSSON, Attest: T. A. Jobs, Mayor. city Kecoraer. Date of first publication Sept. 5, 1S05.J -Ttm- Valley Bank, PHCENIX, ARIZONA. Capital Surplus $100,000 - 25.OO0 WM. CHRISTY, President. V. H. SHERMAN, Vice-President M.W. MESSENGER. Cashier. RECEIVE DEPOSITS, MAKE COLLECTIONS. BUY AND SELL EXCHANGE. Discount Commercial Paper and do a general Banking Business. O nice Hours 9 a. m,, to 3 p. m, CORRESPONDENTS. Am. Exchange NatL Bank s v- The Anglo California Bank, t v 8an Francisco, C ai National Bank of Illinois Chicago, 111 iC ...v , " ; A"geies ncni,.iiiiiaiMni rrescott. Arizona THE NATIONAL BANK OF ARIZONA, PHCENIX. ARIZONA. Capital Paid Up: - 100,000 Surplus 30,000 DIRECTORS: U. W. Kales. Sol. Lewis J. Y. T. Smith. Chas. Goldman Geo. W. Hoadley. CORRESPONDENTS: The Bank of California San Francisco, Agency of Bank of California New York. National Bank of Commerce, St. Louis, r im r ationai sanx, Chicago. Farmers & Merchants Bank, Los Angeles. uonsoiiuaiea national anx Tucson. Banx ot Arizona Prescott, Messrs. h. m. KotDscmm it sons London M. W. Kales, Sol. Lewis, President. Vice-President, (-rao. W. Hoadley, Cashier. Interest Paid on Time DeDQSits. liiverv, Chas. W. Stevens Cor. First & Adams St!., LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE. Good Tnmonts on short notice at all hoars of the day and night. 3uy, Sell and Trade, Horses 8peclal attention to boardlnchonei. 9ack Stand, Conn Bros. Cigar Store Aaiepnone. as: GOLDEN EAGLE 40 ICYClEa ARE THE HIGHEST OF ALL HIGH GRADES. Warranted Superior to Any Bicycle Built in the World, ft Jgg to pay more money for an inferior wheel. Insist on having the Waverly. Built and guaranteed by the Indiana Bicycle Co., a million dollar concern, whose bond is as good as gold. 11 IS: VX&r5- IRYIN FURL, Exclusive Agent. INVESTMENTS. BIG PROFITS ON- Small Investments. 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Our plan does not risk the whole amount invested on any trade, bnt covers both sides, so that whether the market rises or falls It brings a steady profit that piles up enormously in a short time. Write for Convincing Proofs, ai80our Manual on succe spec- ulation and our Daily Maiket Renort. lull of monev-maiine nninters. AIL FREE. Our Manual explains margin trading fully. Highest references in regard to our standing and success. For further information, addaess. THOMAS &. CO., Bankers and Brokers, Chicago, III. 241-242 Rialto Building,' srimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniinmiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiii iiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiimiiiiiiiiniiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiim THSRD APJD LAST MCftlTH of ITS!! ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC 1 DISTRIBUTION IM FREE CJFTS 1 To Subscribers of the Twice-a-Week Edition. One thousand special sifts valued at $6,807.10 were distributed to subscribers to 5 the Twice-a-Week edition of The St. Louis Republic, who sent in their subscriptions in July, and 1,000 special gifts valued at $o,607.20 were given to those who sent inHheir 51 subscriptions in August. Another list of one thousand special gifts, valued at J5, 512.20, is offered to subscribers who send in their orders during September. In addition, a 35 valuable engraving is to be given to every subscriber during this distribution, H-ak- s ing the' total value of the pifts over $53,000. The list of gilts for subscribers, in Sep- S timber is given below. The first 700 and the last 300 subscribers during September who zz send correct answers to the question: 55 Where does the word Paper" first occur in the Bible? will be awarded the following gifts in the order their answera and subscriptions are r- itt-eiveu; REST 700 GIFTS: LI VERY STABLE. When in need of a good team or place to keep your horse call on us. Private hack may be ordered at any hour of day or night. Tel. 51, C. M. STURGES & CO. Third St. , rear of Lemon house. For a Good Team Try the Grand Central Livery- Horses Boarded by the Week or Month at Lowest Rates, Telephone No 96. ALBRIGHT & MURPHY Props One block south of Commercial hotel. 'IBB pla ob; CHOP HOUSE Rear of Palace Saloon WING YUEN & CO., PROP8. First-class meats prepared by expert cooks at reasonable prices. Fresh oysters, fish and chicken daily. 1st Correct Answer-Scholarship at Metropolitan College of Music, Nw York City (the leading Musical College of America) $672.00 2 One year scholarship Clara Con- ZZ way Institute, Mempnis, Tenn 200.00 3 Scholarship Barnes Shorthand fachool, Arthur J. Barnes, Prest., St. Louis 150.00 e: 4 Life Scholarship Watson's Busi- ness College (successors to Led- dins Business College), Memphis, Tenn.; W. T. Watson, Prin 150.00 n 5 One year scholarship Central Fe- maje College, Archibald A. Jones, Prest., Lexington, Mo 115.00 6 One year scholarship complete ZZ business course (actual business zz practice and practical bookkeep : Ing, with banking), Jones' Com 52 mercial College, J. G. Bohmer. Prin., St. Louis 100.00 ZZ 7 Scholarship Eastman Business College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y 100.00 ZZ S Complete course New York Col- lege of Business 100.00 SS 9 Course of Shorthand and Type zz writing, Jones' Commercial Col- 3 lege, St. Louis 100.00 S 10 Scholarship Christian Brothers' zz College, Memphis 100.00 11 Scholarship K. C. (Mo.) Bus. University 100.00 zz 12 Scholarship French or German.. 70.00 13 Walter A. Wood Cyclone Mower.. 65.00 14-15 One year scholarship Spring- field Normal School, Springfield, E Mo.; $60 each 120.00 ZZ 16 Springfield Farm Wagon 60.00 ZZ 17 New Home Sewing Machine 60.00 3 18-19 Round Trip Colorado Springs via Missouri Pacific; $54.20 each.. 108.40 20 One year scholarship (literary de- parimentj Baptist u emaie college. Lexington, Mo., Rev. W. A. Wil son, President 50, 21 Round trip ticket to Denver via Burlington Route 49. 22 Fine Breech-loading Shotgun 40. 23 24 Round trip to Cotton States Exposition, Atlanta, Ga. ; via L. & N. and N., C. ft St. L. Ry.; $37.20 each 74. 25 Gold Filled Hunting Case Watch 35.' 26 Gold Filled Hunting Case Watch 35j zi unina uinner bet za. 2S Steamboat trip 12, 29-31 Barnes' -home course instruction in shorthand; $10 each 30 32 Pair Fine Opera Glasses 8. 33-34 Graphic Atlas of World; $7.50 4 , 15. 35-37 Indies' Mackintosh. S7.00 each.. 21. 38 Solid Gold Ring, 18 karat 6. A ttemmgton dz-uaiiDer Kine o. 40 Solid Gold Ring, 18 karat 6. 41 Remington 32-Caltber Rifle - 42 Five Dollar Gold Piece 6. 43 67 Subscription to "North Ameri can Review:" 15 each 125. 68-82 Oxford Teachers Bible; $5 each 76. 83-112 Political and Geographical Map United Slates (11 colors), $5 each. 150. 113 Set Rogers' Table Spoons 4. 114- 123 Set Rogers' Tea Spoons, $3 ea 30 124-138 Gold-filled Thimble, $2 each.. 80. 139-143 Fine Umbrella, $2 each 10. 144-146 Miniature Atlas and Gazetteer of World, $1.25 each . 147-171 R A G Corset; $1 each 25. 172-322 Fine Engraving; $1 each 151, 323-522 Tickets two days great St. Louis Fair. 1895, Oct. 7 to 12; $50, ruvt in nremiums: SI each 200 523-636 Fine Engraving; $1 each...... 114 637-695 Dollar racKage uia ioua Smoking Tobacco; $1 each 69, 696-700 One Silver Dollar each, 6, ,00 00 ,00 40 00 00 zz w .00 .00 00 oo zs oo 3 00 3 00 09 ss 09 OO 00 .00 00 zz .50 .00 2 .00 S3 oo 2 .75 00 .00 00 .00 00 oo zz LAST 300 GIFTS: zz Many answers will come in late from subscribers who reside in remote parts of the United States, and in order that these may also receive handsome gifts we will give to zz the last 300 subscribers sending correct answers (envelope to bear postmark not later than ZZ zz September 30, 18S5, and reach Republic oflice not later than October 12, 1895), the fol- Slowing handsome and valuable gifts: ZZ Last Correct Answer One year TZ scholarship Baptist Female Col ts lege. Lexington, Mo., Rev. W. A. ZZ Wilson, President $300.90 ZZ 2 Scholarship (same as No. 4 1st 700) 150.00 ZZ 3 Course at Memphis Keeley Insti- 5 tute 134.00 : 4 Scholarship (same as No. 5 1st 700) 115.00 ZZ 5 Scholarship (same as No. 9 1st 700) 100.00 -- 6 Scholarship (same as No. 11 1st 13 " 700) 100.00 7 Scholarship French or German.. 70.00 zz 8 Scholarship (same as No. 14 1st 700) 60.00 ZZ 9 Ticket to Colorado Springs and ZZ return 64.20 10 Ticket to Denver and Return 49.00 11 Round trip to Atlanta Exposi- tion 37.20 zz 12 Gold-filled Hunting Case Watch. 35.00 13 Steamboat trip 12.00 11-15 Home Course Shorthand, $10 each 20.00 16 Pair Fine Opera Glasses 8.00 ZZ 17-18 Graphic Atlas and Gazetteer of World, $7.50 each 15.00 SUMMARY Total value of 1,000 Special prior to .august 1st, rfb.wjY.lu; Total value or 19-20 Fine Ladies' Mackintosh, $7 each $14.00 -- 21 Solid Gold Ring, 18-karat 6.00 " 22 Remington 32-caliber Rifle 6.00 : 23 27 Sub. North Am. Review, $5 ea. 25. 00 28 Gold Watch Charm 5.00 S 29- 38 Genuine Oxford Teachers Bible, zz $5 each 50.00 39-58 Geo.-Political Map U. S., $5 ea. 100. oo 59Set Rogers' Table Spoons 4.50 ZZ 60-64 Set Rogers' Tea Spoons, $3 each 15. OO 65 One Gold Coin 2.50 S 66- 75 Gold-filled Thimble. $2 each.... 20.00 zz 76-78 Fine Umbrella. $2 each 6.00 79-81 Miniature Atlas and Gazetteer of the World, $1-25 each 3.75 ZZ 82-90 Fine Engraving, $1 each 9.00 ZZ 91-104 Celebrated R. & G. Corset, $1 each 14.00 105-204 Ticket St. Louis Fair, $1 ea.. 100.00 is 205-254 Fine Engraving, $1 each 50.00 : 255-295 Pkg. Old Coon Tobacco, $1 ea 41.00 : 296-300 One Silver Dollar each 6.00 1 Total Glftn awarded for answers Special Gifts given during ..$5,512.20 zz received zz August, ' i5.607.20; Total value of Special Gifts to be given during September $5 012 20 ; 33,000 en- E, jravmgs, National Capitol, etc., $1 each, Sio.OTO. liKAmu lunu, o,u,u.ov- ;. 1 EVERY SUBSCRIBER SEAwiAr3 RECEIVES A GIFT. " y ;-i Subscribers sen-ilng answers too late to secure one of the first 700 specinl gifts and ZZ too early for the last 300 special gifts will each be presented during September with a ZZ ZZ HANDSOME ART ENGRAVING, consisting of the NATIONAL CAPITOL, surrouniied " bv a handsome border, embellished with PORTRAITS OF EVERY PRESIDENT OF THB r' "1'XITED STATES, printed on extra quality paper; size 17x24 inches, worth ONE DOi. Sil.AR. Each person desiring to contest for one ot tne special gifts listed above must send :zl not later than Srtember 30 an answer to the question printed above. : EVERY ANSWER MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY ONE DOLLAR FOR ONE TEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION TO THE TWICE-A-WEEK REPUBLIC. All answers will be recorded the moment received. This contest will close September 30. 1K95, as above stated, r z zz. and the name and address of each subscriber securing one of the 1,000 special gifts will " Elbe published in the issu of October 17. 15. . . e LZ ZZ Address! 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