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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 29, 1896.
7 EXCUR- Excursions for San Diego, Los An geles and intermediate points, 'will leave over the Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix railway on tho following dates: July 9, July 23, Aug ust 6, August 20 and September 23, August 6, August 20 and September 3. Round trip tickets will be sold to these points on these dates at the low rate of $25.95, continuous passage. Phoenix to Barstow, stopover privi leges allowed at any and all points be tween Barstow and San Diego, includ ing Los Angeles. Pullman cars will run straight through from Phoenix to San Diego so that passengers may make this trip without change of cars. Avoid the heat and dust of the desert by going over the Santa Fe route, trains will leave the Santa Fe depot, foot of First avenue, at 8:15 Phoenix time, on the above dates, arrive Los Angeles 1 p. m. the following day. Fur ther information will be gladly fur nished by calling on or addressing the undersigned at Santa Fe office,No 44 West Washington street. E. W. Gil lett, acting general agent; L. H. Lanais, ticket clerk. SAVE ASSESSMENT WORK ON . . -MINES. - - The new law requires annual work on every location or relocation. This is saved by obtaining a United States patent Five "hundred dollars' -worth of work or improvements on ope mine, or scattered over a group of adjoining mines, is sufficient to insure aTJmted States patent to any number of mines so grouped, or for a single mine Further information cheerfully given by letter or personally. Terms of sur vey reasonable. Apply to LEWIS WOLFLEY, Civil and Mining Engineer and TJ. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor, Phoenix. Arizona. ' EXCURSIONS TO PRESCOTT. Since the inauguration of the new and unexcelled passenger train service on the S. P.. P. & P. railway, you can eo to Prescott on Saturdays, leaving here at 9:15 a. m. and return on Mon day at 6:30 a. m. or 4:10 p. m., mount ata time. The fare is only $8:20 for the round trip, on excursion days which will be every Saturday during the summer. Here is a.n opportunity for Phoenix business men to send their families to Prescott where they will escape the heat In the valley, then visit them every Sunday. Prescott climate during the summer delightful, the nights being always cool enough to enable one to secure re freshing sleep. Many people rent n .n.i mmn out among the pines, whit a makes the expense of living very small. Desirable camping grounds can be found within a radius of one mile from Prescott. For fur ther information write or call on a. W. Gillett, acting general agent, Phoe nix, Ariz. ' - EXCURSIONS TO THE GRAND CANYON. On July 16 and every alternate Thursday to and including September 10, 1896, the S. F., P. & P. railway will place on sale round trip tickets from Phoenix to Flagstaff at one fare for the round trip. The limit will be for thirty days, enabling parties to take advantage of long trips to the Grand canyon of the Colorado river. First class stage accommodations, Includ ing meals and guides, can be secured at Flagstaff. This will afford an oppor tunity to people of Arizona to visit one of the grandest wonders of the world. It is claimed that people from other states and territories take more interest in this trip than our own resi dents. Arizona people should know more of their own territory. Here is their chance and at a less expense than ever before. ' For particulars call on or write E. W. Gillett, general agent, Phoenix. !';'! TO MESA AND TEMPE. On and after July 1 my fares will re main the same as heretofore, out alter having knocked out tne ranroaa xney will not be advanced. LEW "W. COLLINS. CALIFORNIA EXCURSIONS. Excursions for Santa Barbara, Santa Monica, Los Angeles and intermediate points will run over the Maricopa & Rait River Valley railroad on the fol lowing dates: July 16 and 30; August 13 and 27. Pullman palace sleeping cars run straight through from Phoe nix. Only seventeen hours Phoenix to Los Amgeles. This is by far the shortest. Quickest and most comfort able route to the coast Passengers will do well to rememlber that by tak ing this line they avoid a daylight ride over a hot desert and save an entire day's time. SUMMER EXCURSIONS. For copy of Illustrated excursion folder issued by the Vandalia-Pennsyl-vania, address A. B. (Ritchie, Box 427, El Paso, Tex. Kansas City and return, $80; St. Louis and return, $92; Memphis and re turn, $92; New Orleans and return, $92; Chicago and return, $100. Good for six months. Maricopa & Phoenix & Salt River Valley Railroad company. MARICOPA & PHOENIX & SALT RIVER VALLEY RAILWAY. Commencing July 1 the following rates will go into effect: Phoenix to Mesa, 50 cents. Mesa to Phoenix, 50 cents. Phoenix to Tempe, 40 cents. Tempe to Phoenix, 40 cents. Tempe to Mesa, 40 cents. Mesa to Tempe, 40 cents. SANTA FE CALIFORNIA SIONS. MEXICAN CENTRAL. RAILWAY. From the sea to the clouds. Passing modern cities and ancient monuments. Standard gauge in everything, man agement, ideas and treatment of pa trons. The only line in the republic running Pullman palace buffet sleep ing cars between the capital and points in the United States. Cheap rates and prompt service. For full particulars call on or address J. F. Donohoe, Commercial agent, El Paso, Texas. EXCURSION TO SALT LAKE CITY Via S. F., P. & P. railway, in con nection with Denver & Rio Grande railroad (scenic route of the world) via Pueblo, the Colorado Midland railroad, via Colorado Springs, Manitou and Hagerman Pass, for via Denver and the Union Pacific. This is the only direct and comfortable route. Tickets will be on sale July 28 and August 6, 7 and 8. Final limit October 30, 1896. Round trip rate only $59.70. Ticket office 44 West Washington street. EXCURSIONS TO SOUTHERN CAL IFORNIA. Oceanside is a most attractive place to spend a few weeks or a few months. Its advantages are that it Is centrally located from which many Interesting side trips can be taken; objects of his toric interest are located near by; ex pense of living Is reasonable and the surroundings are delightful. For re duced rates, dates of sale and other valuable information address or call on E. W. Gillett, acting general agent, Phoenix, Arizona. Wanted Ten good men to sell lots, 50x137 feet, within three blocks Santa Fe passenger depot, or five from court house. (Price $60 to $100 on the install ment plan, from $5 to $10 a month, with no interest. The property with out any exception is the loveliest in the valley and defies competition an price, proscenity to business center, perfect drainage and soil. Call at 313 Fleming block for instructions. One lady made $50 commission last week; a boy $10. Try it. FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been Used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty five cents a bottle. EXCURSION. On July 26, 27 and 28 and August 6, 7 and 8 the Maricopa & Phoenix & Salt River Valley railroad will sell tickets to Salt Lake City and return via Maricopa and Sacramento at the low rate of $59.70 for the round trip. Final limit for return, October 30. E. SHAMP, Gen'l Supt. CASHIER WASHES MONEY. Microbes on Paper Currency Destroyed by an Ammonia Bath. The fair metropolitan cashier has added a new factor to her growing val uation, which will not prove so desirable a wile in the eyes of her employer as the honesty and efficiency which have won for her almost a monopoly in the business. It is the result of the microbe craze, says the Globe-Democrat, and is nothing less than washing all the money she handles, and charging her employer overtime, too. The discoverer of this new way to enhance her usefulness and cost is Annie Nesmy th, the money-taker of a big down-town hotel. Miss Nesmyth serves at night mostly, and, while less money comes in then than during the day, she is generally kept busy enough. The money is often very dirty and to the last degree repulsive to handle. Now, the cashier is a trained nurse "resting" from her arduous pro fessional labors. After a sick spel! from handling the soiled currency she concluded to resign. She was persuaded not to by an inarease of her salary and permission to wash the money. So every night sees a soup-plate of am monia water at her elbow, into which each note as it arrives is dropped. It get a quick bath and then is laid out on a piece of flannel to dry as tenderly as if it were her best piece of jewelry. The water has to be changed two or three times in a night. Won't Work There. It is an odd fact that the telegraph lines will not work through the Hoosac tunnel. Messages have to be sent on wires strung on poles over the top of the mountains, fully nine miles, and that is the way ingoing and outcoming passenger and freight trains aje her alded to the keepers of the two tunnel approaches. In order to maintain 1his overland mountain line a swath of woodland has to be kept clear of trees and bushes directly up the steep moun tain side. There are supposed to be magnetic ores inside the mountain. Why They Separated. ' The late Lord J5rf ord was one of the most aristocratic ornaments of the British peerage and the following ac count of his separation from Lady Or- ford, as told by Truth, is accordingly interesting: "Both explained to me the reason. It was all about a sugar basin. Shortly after their marriage, according to Lord Orford, her ladyship came down to breakfast without hav ing washed her hands and took some lumps of sugar out of the bowl with her fingers, on which he requested her in future either to wash her hands or to use the sugar-tongs. According to Lady Orford his lordship -objected to her tak ing so many lumps of sugar for her tea." GASOLINE STOVES AT SPECIAL SALE. See D. H. BURTIS About It One of Lincoln's Answers. Speaking' in a recent speech of cer tain Washington experiences in Lin coln's time, Mr. Depew said: "While I was there Mr. John Ganson, of Buffalo, was a member of congress. His face and his head were hairless and polished like a billiard ball. He was a demo crat, but supported the president. The conditions of the army were very blue in the east and in the west. Ganson came in one day and said: 'Mr. Presi dent, I am risking my reelection in sup porting your war measures. The cam paign seems very unsatisfactory. Of coarse I will not give out anything you tell me. What is the situation at the front?' Mr. Lincoln, in his searching and sad way, looked at him for a mo ment as if he were about to reveal the secret of the whole army, and then tumbled Ganson out of the reception room by saving: 'Ganson, how clean you shave.'" CATARRH is a LOCAL DISEASE and is the result of colds and sudden climatic changes. It can be cured by a pleasant remedy which is applied di rectly into the nostrils. Be ing quickly absorbed it gives relief at once Ely's Cream Bairn is acknowledged to be the most thorough cure for Nasal Catarrh, Cold in Head and Hay Fever of all remedies. It opens and cleanses the nasal passages, allays pain and inflammation, heals the sores, pro tects the membrane from colds, restores the senses of taste and smell. Price 60c at Dmsgists or by mail. ELY BKOTHEBS, 66 Warren Street, Hew York. FOR PRESENTS That Will Prove A DeMtfnl Memory And be all the more grateful to the giver for that reason, our stock oi Perfumes ana Extracts . Is simply un approachable. Scents are pleasin g and if thev are on our list, will be found the most aeucate ana exquisite periumea tnat are now produced. W e have an the popular oaore, O.ESOHMAN & CO. iclielieii! TELEPHONE NO. 78. South Center St.. PHCENIX. Bond Sale. Notice is hereby given that bids will be re ceived for the purchase o Forty Nine Thous and Five nunareu doners in nonas or me uuy of Phoenix, Maricopa county, Arizona Terri tory. All of saldonds will be issued in the sums of (10,000.00, and fcsa.suu.uu, and in the denomina tions of S.Wl.OO each: each issue to be n um bered from one upwards, and to be known as Fire Department Keiunamg ttonae, and uity Warrant Funding Bonds. The principal sum of said bonds to be payable: The said 510,000 00 bonds in fifteen years, and the said ?39,5O0.0O bonds in tblrty years irom tne date of their is suance, in TJ 8. Gold Coin; to bear interest in like TJ. 8. Gold Coin from tne date of their is suance; said interest payable semi-annually at the rate of five ner cent per annum irom date of their issuance until paid; to be numbered from one ur wards; to oe conditioned that the said $10,000 00 Fire Department Refunding Bonds may be redeemed by the Common Council of said city at any time after ten yean in any sum not to exceed $2,000.00 per annum; said bonds to be redeemed numerically from number one upward ; and that the said 39,500.00 City Warrant Funding uonat may bereceemed by the Common Council of said city at any time after twenty years in any sum not to ex ceed $3,950.00 per annum; said bonds to be re deemed numerically irom number one up wards. No bids will be entertained for less than the par or face value of said bonds and accrued in ternfif if anv there be. at the date of their is sue. These bonds are issued for the purpose hereinbefore set forth and the Common Coun cil of said City of Phoenix hereby reserves the right to reject any ana an Dias tnat may De re All bids to be indorsed as such and addressed to T. A. Jobs, city itecoraer, uity ol fhcenlx Marienna County. Arizona Territory. No bids will be received on and after tie 5th dav of Aueust, 1896, at 12 o'clock noon of said day. A certified check drawn on a National Rank for ft ner cent of the amount of bonds bid for and payable to the order of said City .Re corder must accompany eacn Dia. By order of the Common Council of the City of Phcenlx, A. 1., June o, isao. Date of first publication June 7, 1896. Established ii 1874- PGOLDMAN&CO. ienera I merchandise, wholesale and retail; also hay and grain in carload lot 01 lets quantities, , GOLDMAN & CO. FRANK B. MOSS, Blacksmithing, Wagonmaking, Horseshoeing, etc., Fourth Ave., Bet. WfisMngton and Jefferson Sts., One-Half Block South of Gibson's Stable. Having: purclmedthe interest of my partner I will now devote my whole attention to the business and invite former customers and friends to continne their patronage and solicit the business of new ones. Only first-class workmen are employed and all work is guaranteed in every particular. Promptness in tHnunff out work and fair prices ii my motto. Give me a trial. FRANK B. MOSS. Can't tell von all about the new rtrlM. handiom dMien. heantifnl fin I ish. endless variety, low vricem. saoerior , this limited space, but we want you to write for our 1896 IUuBtrated Catalogue. This is the Iarg I est and best catalogue we ever nubliehed. Ask for Cat. M. It contains about 200 nae-en. nnrl c.nttt t ns lota of money and time; but you can bare mi iiLhSat lowest prices. ALLIANCE CARRIAGE CO.. Cincinnati. Ohir. MELCZERBROS. I WINES LIOUORS AND CIGARS. Fepresenting PABST BREWING CO., Milwaukee. W. J. LEMP BREWING CO., St. Louis. S. F. BREWERIES, Ld. San Francisco. 36-40 N. Center St., Phoenix. MACHINE SHOP. Machinery of largest size built and repaired. We also do small work such as repairing bicycles, gnnE, locks, safes, cream separators, sewing machines, etc. Pipe fitting, boiler repairing, Elec trical work, brazing and construction, grinding, soldering models, etc. COPELAND & McCALLUM. 23 to 31 H. SECOND ST. Central Hotel. KUKOFKAN FLAN, RESTAURANT AND GRILL ROOMS. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. The Bar has always the finest beer on draught, kies, imported ana uaiiiornia n 182-126 B. Washington St.. Phoenix. Ariz. CANAIi Water Rights For the Choice GOVEENMENT Lying North and West of the CITY OF PHCENIX, Susceptible of Irrigation from theWorks of the Rio Verde Canal Company Are Now Selling at the Price of $18 PER ACRE Payable $1 in Cash and $1 yearly thereafter. "-FOR PARTICULARS APPLY EIO VERDE No. 14 N. 3 ouality and fine workmanshiD nf nnr eooiia in one free. We have added a fine Ilae of WWWWWWW WWWWWWWW WWW Wholesale Dealers in t Machinery, Supplies, Castings, etc. ROOMS SOo to 1.00.' also only double stamp Kentucky Sour Mash Whit ' ines. ney vv est cigars a specialty. JOS. TFALBSIMIB, Pro COMPANY. TO THE OFFICE CF TSS3 CANAL CO., Second Av.