Newspaper Page Text
THE ARIZONA KEPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25, 1896.
7 "FOr?M" IN BICYCLING. Ho Society People Go a Wheeling At tending (j rooms and Maids. , The "form" of bicycling is beginning to be stndiel. Grooms on wheels must follow their m:stresses as they did on horseback; it is probably only a ques tion of a short time when the lady's maid will have to Include wheeling with her other accomplishments to secure a situation. On the road the woman who wishes to ride a la mode has to know a number of little things that are over looked by another woman, just as the smart set have a code for riding and driving that is as inexorable as that they should not eat with their knives or put sugar on oysters. Society in sists on an upright position, with, of course, no attempt at racing pace. It also frowns upon constant ringing of the bell that will do for the vulgar herd who delight in noise; the well-informed wheelwoman keeps eyes and ears alert and touches her bell rarely. . y-t i SucceM In Plant Growing. r : . : There is a wonderful amount of truth in the following statement: "Some persons have a knack of making all kinds of plants grow in the most unfavorable circumstances. I think this is partly owing to a magnetic at traction existing between suck persons and their plants. ' The plants seem to know they are loved, that ; they are household treasures, that every new leaf and flower is as welcome as the new words and expanding thoughts of a baby to its mother. Apparently un conscious of this, they do their utmost, and in places least adapted for success ful house culture of plants, we often find stands or individuals equal to the best greenhouse specimens." . SUMMER EXCURSIONS. For copy of Illustrated excursion folder issued by the Vandalia-Pennsyl-vania, address A. B. Ritchie, Box 427, El Paso, Tex. SANTA FE CALIFORNIA EXCUR SIONS. Excursions for San Diego, Los An geles and intermediate points, will leave over the Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix - railway on the 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 mak 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. Landis, ticket clerk. EXCURSIONS TO PRESCOTT. Since the inauguration of the new and unexcelled passenger train service on the S. F P. & P. railway, you can go 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 ain time. The fare is only $8:20 for the round trip, on excursion days, which will be every Saturday during the summer. Here is an 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 is delightful, the nights being always cool enough to enable one to secure re freshing sleep. Many people rent tents and camp out among the pines, whir 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 E. 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 elass 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. CALIFORNIA EXCURSIONS. Excursions 'for Santa Barbara, Santa Monica, Los Angeles and intermediate points will run over the Maricopa & Salt River Valley railroad on the fol lowing dates: July 16 and 30; August 13 and 27. Pullman . palace sleeping cars run straight tihrough from Phoe nix. Only seventeen hours Phoenix to Los Angeles. This is by far the shortest, quickest and most comfort able route to the coast Passengers will do well to remember that by tak ing this line they avoid a daylight ride over a hot . desert and save an entire day's time. : ' TO MESA AND TEMPE. On and after July 1 my fares will re main the eaime as heretofore, but after having knocked out the railroad they will not be advanced. LEW W. COLLINS. 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. Mariebpa & Phoenix & Salt River Valley Railroad company. MARICOPA & PHOENIX & SALT RIVER VALLEY RAILWAY. V Commencing . July 1 the following rates will go into effect: Phoenix to Mesa, 50 cents, Mesa to Phoenix, SO. cents. Phoenix to Tempe, ;40 cents. ' Tempe to Phoenix', 40 cents. " Tempo to Mesa, 40 cents..' Mesa to Tempe,. 40 centa. MEXICAN CENTRAL' RAILWAY. From the sea to the clouds.! Passing modern cities and ancient monuments. Standard" gauge in everything, , man agement, ideas $nd treatment - of pa trons. The only line in. the republic running Pullman palace buffet sleep ing cars between the capital and points In tie United States. ; Cheap rates and prompt service. For full particulars call on or address J. F. Donohoe, Commercial agent. El Paso, Texas. 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 one mine, or scattered over a group of adjoining mines, is sufficient to insure a United 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 U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor, Phoenix. Arizona. - 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. G. A. R. EXCURSION RATES TO ST. PiAHJL, MIN N. On August 28 and 29 the S. F., P. & P. Railway company will seel round trip tickets to St. Paul, Minn., with privilege of extension to September 30 at rate of $60. This line makes di rect connections, and is tine route pop ular wiBh the G. A. R. boys. Ticket office, 44 West Washington street 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. . WHEN YOU JOURNEY EAST. If you wish a pleasant trip with few changes, see that your tickets read via the Wabash line. No change of sleepers from Kansas Oity to St Louis, Oincininati, Toledo, or from St Louis to Chicago, Toledo, Detroit, Niagara, falls, Buffalo, New York and Boston. This line is famous for its magnificent equipment of sleeping and dining cars and the fast time of its trains. ORDINANCE NO. 226. An Ordinance Establishing Lines for Poroh (Posts, Telephone, Telegraph, Electric Light and Trolley Poles, Upon the Streets and Alleys of the City of Phoenix. The common council of Phoenix do ordain as follows: Section 1. On all streets having fourteen (14) feet and sixteen (16) feet curb lines, the outer edge or side of the porch, posts is to be placed thirteen and one half (13) feet from the prop erty line and on a line at right an gles thereto and towards the center of the street. And on all streets having twelve (12) feet curb lines, the outer edge or side of the porch' posts is to be placed eleven and one half (11) feet from the property line, and on a line at right angles thereto and to wards the center of the street No porch post to 'be placed at block cor ners inside of street intersections. Sec. 2. Telephone, telegraph, elec tric light and trolley poles and all other poles that may be placed upon the streets and avenues, the street side of poles is to 'be placed flush with the inside of curb, (said curb 'being six (6) inches wide) no poles to be placed at block corners Inside of street inter sections, and all poles "between block corners to ibe placed In line with lot lines or partition walls that are right angled, or nearly so, to curb line, ex cept on streets that have the same di rection as lot lines, then said poles shall be placed In line with building or partition walls that are right an gled, or nearly so, to curb line, and the street side of pole to be placed flush with the inside of curb. - Sec. 3. And all poles that may be placed upon alleys twenty five (25) feet wide, the alley side of pole shall be placed three and one-half (3) feet from the alley property line and parallel thereto and towards the center of alley. All poles that may 'be placed upon alleys twenty (20) feet wide (including Wall street) shall be placed up to and flush with the property line; and side arms shall 'be used to carry the wires. And all poles in alleys at alley cor ners, where alleys intersect streets, the street side of such poles shall be placed in line with the street property line. All poles that may be placed upon alleys elsewhere than at the alley cor ners of alley and street intersections, shall be placed in line with a lot line or building partition wall right an gled, or nearly so, tothe curb line, but no two poles shall be placed on op posite sides of the alley, in line with the same lot line or building partition wall. . No poles shall be placed at alley corners inside of street and alley in tersections. Sec. 4. One line of poles shall be Jointly used for the carrying of tele phone, telegraph, electric sight and trolley wires; the dimensions of such poles shall not be less than fourteen (14) inches square at butt, and eight (8) inches square at top and forty-two (42) feet in total length. If the poles be round the dimensions of such poles shall not be less than fourteen (14) inches in diameter at 'butt, and eight (8) inches in diameter at top, and forty-two (42) feet in total length. In relative position upon such poles used jointly, the telephone wires shall be placed on the arms of said poles which are highest above the ground, the telegraph wires to be placed inter mediate and the electric light wires to the-nearest above the ground. But in no case shall any wire, on any pole used Jointly, be placed at a less height than twenty-six (26) feet above the ground, excepting only the trolley stay wire. All poles shall be set not less than six (6) feet in the ground and river gravel shall toe filled in around the pole and well tamped, that, the pole may remain perpendicular under all conditions. When poles are used for only one kind of traffic, then the dimensions of such poles shall not be less than twelve (12) inches square at butt, and seven (7) inches square at top, and twenty six (26) feet in total length above the ground. If the poles be round the dimensions of such poles shall not 'be less than twelve (12) inches in diam eter at butt, and seven (7) inches In diameter at top and twenty-six (26) feet In total length above the ground. But when two or more companies wish to place wires upon the same portion of a street or alley, then and in that case joint poles shall be erect ed in the manner and with the dimen sions hereinbefore specified. AM poles shall be of wood, metal or any other material suitable for such purposes, and if such poles be of wood, then mountain spruce, yellow fir (known as Oregon pine), or any other wood equally as strong and durable shall be used, and the use of such wood for poles shall he approved by the city engineer. All poles, side arms and cross arms shall be planed or smoothed on all sides. All poles shall be set under the di rection of the city engineer and with the approval of the city council. ; All ordinances and parts of ordi nances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication according to law. Passed by the common council of Phoenix this, the 3d day of August, 1896. Approved this, the 3d day of August, 1896 J. D. MONIHON, Attest: Mayor. T. A. JOBS, City Recorder. First published in the Arizona Re publican, official city paper, August 5, 1896. . Labor Day Proclamation. Territory op Arizona, j Executive Office. j By national authority the first Monday lc September, the seventh day of the month, Is designated as a legal holiday, to be known and celebrated as Labor Day. This Is but a just and pioper recognition of the great agency that has caused our country to stand first among the nations of the world. Every ship that rides upon the sea, all of the great armaments of our sea coast, all of the grand highways of commerce that traverse our country, all the grandeur of our cities, all of out splendid agricultural development, are monuments of labor. In no country ol the world labor has been more fully recognized and honored than In ours. Among its other grand achievement! it has been the mission of our country to ennoble and dignify labor, and no people of onr republic more fully sym pathize with the hopes and aspirations of the worklngmen than the people of our territory. Now therefore, I, Benjamin J. Franklin, Governor of the Territory of Amona, by virtue ol the power and authority in me vested, do hereby proclaim Monday, the seventh day of September. A. D., 1896, a holiday, and I do hereby recommend and request that all places of bu"ine8S and public offices be closed on that day, and that the people of our territory join in a universal observance thereof. In witness whereof, I have hereunto Bet my hand and caused the great seal of this Territory to be hereunto seal. affixed, this nineteenth day of August, A. D., 1896. Done at Phoenix, the Capitol, this nineteenth day of August, A. D., 1896. By the Governor: BENJAMIN J. FBANKLIN. Charles M. Beuck, Secretary of Arizona. Established in 1874- QGOLDMAN & CO. ieneri lmerchandlse, wholesa'e and retail ; also bay and grain in carload lots or lest quantities, GOLDMAN & CO. AJNTK B. MOSS, Blacksmithing, Wagon making, Horseshoeing:, etc., Fourth Ave., Bet. WflsMngton and Jefferson Sts. One-Half Block South of Gibson's Stable. Having: purchased the interest of my partner I will now devote my whole attention to the business and hrvlte 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 ill cvci v uai iicaiu'i i ruiuiiLiicBB in my motto. Give me a trial. ITRAJSTK B. MOSS. Can't tell vnn nil a.Twmt tTiA aw iIvIm. t lata, endless variety, law Briewv nnwrfor . this limited space, bnt we want yon to write far oar 1 ylutrated Catalogue. This is the larg ' est and best catalogue we ever published. Ask for Oat. MV-t It contains about 200 pages, and cost . us iots oi money ana time ; out you can nave one me, , we save smael a flae ltae oC ' BICYCLES ft lowest prices. ALLIANCE CARRIAGE CO.. CinftitinaM AMa 9 IMELOZER BROS. WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. Representing 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, guns, locks, sales, cream seDarators. sewinsr i guns, locks, sales, cream separators, sewing trlcal work, brazing and construction, grinding, COPELAND k MeCALLUM. 23 to 31 8. SECOND SI. Central EUROPEAN PLAN, RESTAURANT AND GRILL ROOMS. MEALS AT ALL HOCKS. The Bar has always the finest beer on draught, also only double stamp Kentucky Sour Mash Whll kies, Imported and California Wines. , Key West cigarB a specialty. , 122-126 K. Washington St., Phoenix. Aria. - - JOS. THALHEIMIB, Pro JOB PRINTING Hastily and Tastily Executed, Moderately and. Modestly Charged for at . . . . The C -A. IV AH, Water Rights Foi' the Choice GrOVERNMECSTT LJOT) Lying North and West of the OITY OF PHOEKLX,' Susceptible of Irrigation from thej Works of the Rio Verde Canal Company Are Now Selling at the Price of $18 PER ACRE v jmm-- - Payable $1 in Cash and $1 yearly thereafter. -FOB PARTICULARS APPLY RIO VERDE No. 14 N. lhi hiiiv iiul nni k miiii iKir nrirm m analitvndt finta workman ah in n ria t ' Wholesale Dealers in Machinery, ; Supplies, Castings, etc. we aiso ao small wotk snr.n m Terminnir mata m. machines, etc. Pipe fitting, boiler repairing, EltO- soldering models, etc. Hotel. ROOMS BOc to $1.00 Republican Office. COMPANY. TO THE OFFICE OF TKE- CANAL CO., Second Av.