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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1896. MEXICAN CENTRAL RAILWAY. From the sea to the clouds. Passing modern cities and ancient monuments. Standard gauge dn everything man, agement, d-deas and treatment of pa trons. The only line in the republic running Pullman palace 'buffet sleep tog cans between the capital and points in the United States. Cheap rates and prompt service. For full particulars call on or address J. F. Donohop, Commercial agent, El Paso. Texas. The Union Pacific has just issued several new and interesting publica tions, such as "The National Plat form," giving he 1896 platforms in full of each party, besides other politi cal statistics and data; "Gun Club Rules," "Outdoor Sports and Pas times," "Prune Culture in Idaho," "'49 to '96," etc. Call at ticket office, 941 Seventeenth street, and get a copy f the above, or address Geo. Ady, gen eral agent, Denver. MEXICAN CENTRAL RAILWAY. On account of the Pan-American Medical congress will sell round trip tickets to Mexico City (November 12 to 16 at rate of $60.31, Mexican money, final limit returning December 31, 1896. For any additional information call on or write to J. F. Donohoe, commer cial agent, El Paco, Texas. WE CAN SAVE YOU TIME And time is money. The Union Pa cific makes the quickest time to nearly all paints east, also to all principal points -west. Geo. Ady, general agent, 941 Seventeenth street, Denver. TO TRAVELERS. Quickest time, best service, through sleepers, buffet library cars, dining cars (meals "a la carte") pintsch gas light; best accommodations in every way over the Union Pacific, of course. GOOD ADVICE. Two weeks from next Tuesday you want to go to the polls, take an official ballott, go into one of the booths, out of sight of the curioufii throng, and make just one cross at the head of the column marked "Republican." When you have done this and the ballot has been voted, you can go home with a clear conscience and the knowledge that you have assisted In securing good, economical government for the county for two years at least. Arizona Citizen. ' MARICOPA & PHOENIX & -3ALT RIVER VALLEY RAILWAY. Commencing July 1 the following rates will go r.to effect: Phoenix to Mesa, 50 cents. Mesa to Pnoenix, 50 cents. Phoenix to Tempe 40 cents. Tempe to Phoenix, 40 cents. Tempe to Mesa, 40 cents. Mesa to Tempe, 40 cents. TO MESA AND TEMPE. On and after July 1 my fares will re main the same as heretofore, but after having knocked out the railroad they will not be SSvanced. LEW W. COLLINS. Commeryaigg Monday, October 19, and eat M tfliday thereafter, Pullman tourist sleeping car will leave Los An geles ottTtrain No. 2 amid run through to St, PaSil via the Santa Fe to Kansas City, thence via Chicago & Great Western, arriving at St. Paul every Friday, 7:45 a. m. This sleeper passes Ash Fork every Tuesday morning. Westbound, this car will leave St Paul every Tuesday at 7 a, m., arriving at Aeh Fork every Friday, at 7:15 p. m. For further information regarding rates, berth reservations, etc., call at 44 West Washington street. Phoenix. E. W. Gillett, general agent. CHEAP RATES TO DENER VIA S. F. P. & P. Commencing October 20, 189C, and ratil further notice, we will sell round trip tickets to Denver, good three months, at rate of $75. This is the standard route, connections sure, time the best, and is the only direct line east. City ticket office, 44 West Washington street E. W. Gillett, general agent. THE ELECTORAL VOTE. 'The following ts tfct electoral vote of the states as baseil uoon the apportion ment act of Feb 7, 183 ; Alabama UNebraska S Arkansas 8 Nevada California 9 New Hampaiiire:..4 Colorado 4'New Jersey ....10 Connecticut ....6 New fork 3C Delaware 3 Noi'th Carolina...!! Florida ...4' North Dakota Georgia 13 Ohio 23 Idaho 3 Oregon 4 Illinois 24 Pennsylvania ..32 Indiana 15 Rhode Island.... 4 Iowa .13 Sou th Ca n lina . . 9 Kansas 10 South Dakota ..4 Kentucky 13 7 eanessee ....12 Louisiana SiTexas 15 Maine 6 Utah jtaryland 8 Vermont 4 Massachusetts ..iSVirgfora 12 Michigan 11 Washington ... .4 Minnesota d West Virginia ..6 Mississippi ....9 Wisconsin ....12 Missouri 17 Wyoming 3 Montana 3 Total, 447; necessary for choice, 224. Articles of Incorporation. We, W. H. Smith, B.T. Gille't, F. T. Alkire. Llojd B. Christy, E. Irn ie, R. Wilson and T. T. Powers, hereby associate ourselves to gether lor a purpose other than pecuniary pro fit desire to and do hereby incorporate our selves and become a body corporate under and by virtue of the provisions of Chapter VI of vol. XII of the Kevised statutes of Arizona lerritoiy, Approved A. D. 1887. For the purpose of incorporation ire do hereby make, subscribe and acknowledge these articles of incorporation and declare: 1. That the name ol said incorporation shall be and is the Florence Orlttenton Home, and the principal place of its business and aotive ities shall be in Phoenix, Maricopa county, Arizona territory. 2. The object of this incorporation and the business to be transacted is as follows: The relief and protection, care and reformation of such erring females as may voluntarily place themselves under its cars, or may be placed there by their parents or guardians, or by any municipal corporation or otherwise howso ever, according to law, and to this end purchase, hold, acquire and receive, by gift, lease, devise or otherwise and con trol property leal and oersonal under the laws of the Territory of Arizona, with lull power to Bell and dispose thereof, to invest monies on mortgage, note or other security for the benefit ol the objects of this incorporation, to contract and be contracted with and to do any and all things necessary and useful to ren der effective said obiects. - 3. The time of the commencement of said in corporation shall be the date of the filing of these articles in the office of the County Re corder of Maricopa county, Arizona Territory, anu tne termination thereof sum De twenty five years thereafter. 4. The affairs of this Incorporation shall be conducted by a Board of Trustees or Directors consisting of teven persons, and the names and residences of those who are elected for the hrst year or until the regular annual election. towit: The 20th day of October. A. D. 1897, are as follows: W. H. Smith, B. T. Gillett, F. T. Alk re. Lloyd B. Christy. E. Irvine. R. Wilson and T. T. Powers all of the city of Phoenix, cointy of Maricopa and Territory of Arizona. The trustees of this incorporation shall be elected at the first regular annual meeting of each year, and shall in all cases, including the trustees Hereinbefore named, hold their offices until their successors are elected nd Qualified. Such trustees shall have charge of and hold in trust tor this association all its property aud contiol the same for the benefit of the associa tion ; and the said trustees shall have power to fill any vacancv which mav occur In their num ber prior to the annual meeting next following sucn vacancy. 5 A majority of the board of trustees shall constitute a quorum at any meeting of this in corporat'oo.and the election of officers by the in corporation by such a Quorum shall be valid as if all the trustees ol the incorporation weru presen t ana voting. 6. This incorporation shall have newer from time to tinn to borrow money in any sum not to exceed the sum of ten ner cent of the valua tion of the assets, giving its no!e and pledging the whole or auy part of its real property for the payment thereof, and may apply the funds oi inis incorporation in payment oi tne princi pal an din 'erest. 7. The members of this incorporation and tneir private property shall De exempt from li ability for the debt8oi this incorporation. 8. Any person who subscribes the sum of twelve dollars per annum to the funds of thiB association shall be a member of the Incorpora tion for the year current for which he has paid such subecrlrjtior. and shall be entitled to vote for the election of trustfes to be held during such year; and any person contributing the sum of three hundred dollars to the funds of this incorporation saall become a life member thereof, and be entitled during his lifetime to vote for the election of trustees, or to be elect 1 one o swen trustees, in like manner s the sub scriber of the annual sum of twelve dollars. Territory of Arizona, i County of Maricopa. ( 8 ' Personally anneared W. H. Smith and F. T Alkire each being duly sworn for himself and n ot one f or the other, deposes and says that on the day of October, A. D. 1896, at a meeting called for that ourpose and held at- the Jritten ton Car In the city of Phoeiix. Maricona County, among other business then and theie transacted the louowing resolutions were unanimously adopted, to wit: PRESENT LUXURIES ARE FUTURE NECESSITIES THE REPUBLICAN Used once as an Advertising Medium soon becomes an every-day necessity. Why? BECAUSE IT PAYS 1. That we lneormrate the Florence Critten- ton Home. 2. That the name of said Incornoratioiuhail be called the Florence Crittenton Home. We further certify that immediately there after the persons there present, towit: W. E, Smith, B T. Gillett. F. T. Alkire. Lloyd B. Chris'y, E Irvine, B. Wilson and f. T. Powers men ana mere resolved to incorporate as tne Floience Crittenton Home and in pursuance of such decision unanimously adopted the forego ing articles of incorooration. An election of directors was then and there held and the persons hereinbefore named as trustees or directors were duly elected as snch trustees to serve nnt.il the resular annual election, to be held on the 20th day of October, A. 1). 1S7. That said W. H. Smith was elected and acted as the chairman of said meeting, and said F. Alkire was dul elected and acted as the secretary of said meeting and said officers ron- ducted the election of said trustees or direc tors. W. H. smith, Chairman. F T. Alkirh, Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day of October, A. D. 1896. J. A. Ji. IRVINE, Notary Public. W. H SMITH, Seal. B.T. GILLETT, Seal. F. T. ALKIRE, Seal. LLOVD B. CHRISTY, Seal. K. IRVINE, Seal. R WILSON, 8eal. T. T. POWERS. ISeal.l Territory of Arizona, ( 8S OHlir.Tr OF MARICOPA, 1 Before me. J. A. R Irvine. aNotarv Public within md for said County of Maricopa, per sonally appeared W. H. Smith, B. T. Gillett, Lloyd B. Christy, F. T. Alkire, E. lrvina. R Wilson and T. T. Powers, known to me to be the pert ons whose names are subscribed to the foregoing and annexed instrument, and ac knowledged, each for himself, and not one for the other, that he executed said instrument for tne purposes and consideration therein ex pressed. driven under my hand ana seal ot omce tms 20th day of October, A. D. 1896. J. A. K. IRVINE, fSeal.l Notary Public. Territory of Arizona, j Cohmy of Maricopa. ( I.J. A. R. Irvine, a Notary Public In the county and Territory aforesaid, do hereby cer tify that the fortgoing is a true copy of the articles of incorporation of the ''Florence Crit tenton Home" now on me in tne omce 01 tne secretary of the Territory aforesaid. j. A. n. AKV1NB, Seal. Notary Public. Stockholders' Meeting. Notice is hereby given that the annual meet ing of the stockholders of the Santa Fe, Pres cott & Phoenix Railway company will be held at the office of the company, In the City of Prescott, Territory of Arizona, on Wednesday, the 18th day of November, 18 at 12 o'clock noon, of said day, for the purpose of electing a board of directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of snch other business as may properly come before the meeting. Books for transfer of stock will be closed November 7, remaining closed until November 20. Dated at Prescott, Arizona, this 18th day of October, 1896. (Signed) FRANK M. MURPHY, C. C. Bowen, President. Secretary. Leaves Mondays and Fridays for Cave Creek and Phoanix Mine. Special attention given to inwwuro iiuu uagage. ijeave oraerB at uoiuen ,agie otaoies. u. ja. btu JtUAH, Prop, Telohone 57. THE ADVERTISER Santa Fe, Prescott & PhcBnix Railway Company. Time Table No. 19. Effective Nov. 6, 1896. Mountain Time. Southbound, f 1 Northbound. Passenget. I I Pasf-nger. No 3 lNo. 1. STATIONS. No. 2. 5.30 p 6.00 a 4 41 5.00 3.45 4.00 3.28 8 45 2.40 2.50 2.25 2.80 1.50 1.48 (12.55 12.48 112 35 12.18 a 12.28 p 11.12 11 18 10.17 10.29 9.38 9 48 8 11 8.12 7 69 7.59 7.46 7 45 I 7 80 a 730b 15p 7.00 a 7.5 8 50 9.05 lv...Ash Fork...ar 1.1 19 35 35 55 Rock Butte.... .Del Rio Jerome Junction 10.30 Ar... Prescott. .Lv 10.45 Ly... Prescott. Ai 11.45 11.22 12. lip ..Summit... .Skull Valley.. 4a 12,35 .09 12.55 . ...KirklauJ. . ...Dale Cieek.. 26 2.10 2.50 3.45 5.16 5.28 5.43 .11 jCongres Junction 09 10 ...Wickentuig .. Peoria .. Glendale. . . . Alhambra.... 6 24 639 CO 6.00 p Ar...PhoBnlx...Iiv "Dining Station. 1 he scenic line of Ariscna. The best route to Jallfornia. The only North and South line in &nzona to the orand i;non ol the Colorado. Petrified Forest, Great Pine forest. Cliff Dwel 11 jr 8, Grea is-alt River Valley and other nolnts i i uieresb. Through tickets to all nolnts in the United states, Canada and Mexico. No. 1 and 2 connect at Jerome Junction with trains of U. V. & P. Ry. for Jerome. uonnecting at rrescott with stage lines tot an prmcipui raining camps; at uongref s with stage lines tor uarqua Haia, Stanton and Yar nell; at Phoenix with the M. & P.,& 8, R. V Ky. for noints on the 8. P. Rv. cinse connections made at Ash r-ork with anta Fe route fait trains to all noints east and west Trains for California leave Ash Fork at ou and 8:45 p. in., arriving in Los Angeles jext afternoon at 1:20 and San Francisco sec md morning at 10:15. Train for the east leaves Ash e ork at 6:2o a. m. . M. MURPHY, GEO. M. SARGENT, Pres't s Gen'i Mg'r, Gen'l Pass'r Ag'i Prescott. A rir , rrescott, Ati7. R. E. WELLS, E. W. GILLETT, Asst. ueu'l Mg'r, Gen'l Agt., Prescott, Ariz. Phcenix. Ariz Maricopa & Pknix & Salt River Yaliey R. R. Time Table No 40. In effect Sept. 25.1896. I'HCENIX & MAklCOfA. STATIOS8 3 u 6, P M 9:00 9:35 10:15 10:50 11:15 A X Lv...Ph03Bix ..Ar! 7.15 6.40 StvPei-j Kyrene 6.0? Sacaton Ar..Maricopa. .Lv. 5.35 5:15 Sleeping Car conoons sold to all nninifi nn the Southern Pacific and connectine lines iraio no. i connects with southern Pacific i, passingMancoDa t 11:30 . m. Train No. 2 connects with Southern Pacific 20, passint luaiuajuo, at i oa a. m. unnnectirtn mar n at Mesa with stages for Goldfield. Connection madet Phoenix for Congress, Prescott and all points In northern Arizona via the 8. F.,P. & r.,jk. a. - xrainsstop on signal PEKENIX AND MESA CITY. lt STATIONS. J jj . Ik as jfi qTi Mm ml. A. M. P. M. A. M.'p. M. 7.30 2.00 Lv Mesa Ar 10.M)! 6.00 8,00 2.30 Tempe 9.30 5.30 8 30' 3.00 Ar Phoenix Lv 9.001 5.00 All trains run daily, and will stop at any point on signal. F. IILtlVP General 8uDenntendent. THE ATLANTIC Si PACIFIC 11 (Western Division.) C- W. SMITH, Receiver. Condensed Time Table No. 43 Effective Nov. 4, 1896. Westbound. Eastbqdmd. No. 2 No. 4 10 00 p 9 43 a 7 05 a 5 40 p 6 00 p 11 15 a 12 05 10 50 p 9 45 9 00 4 40 4 10 4 10 3 45 12 30 12 20 U 30 a 11 05 p 9 30 8 3 8 05 7 15 6 2 '. a 5 50 p No. i0. 1 STATIONS. 6 OOp 9 40 a 10 25 p 2 25 9 45 9 35 a1 1 45 7 10 8 05 11 10 12 35 3 35 5 50 ..Chiiago ar Kansas City, .ar ...tlenver ar 5 30 p 11 ra ..La Junta. 12 05p lv. Albuquerq'e.ar n in gate. .. .Gallup ... Holbrook. . Winslow . . Flagstaff.. Williams.. Ash Fork.. 5 10 8 Oo 9 10 11 28 12 40 1 40 a1 6 50 a 1 40 a 10 30 7 laajlv. 10 35p;M. : OOplar. ..Ash Fork...ari .. Prescott.. ..lv ...Phranix....lv 6 00 a 2 3.1 7 30p 7 50 2 40 6 00 P 7 1 40 a 5 45 7 60 j 9 15 6 50 pJlv...Ash Fork...arj 6 25 a 5 50 12 45 10 00 -8 35 11 00 lv... Kingman ..lv ...The Needles.. Blake Daggett ar.. Barstow ar... Mohave 2 00 11 SOp 1 05 a 2 30 ' 7 40 8 10 10 05 h 40 5 iO 2 10 p 3 20 6 00 120p ar.Los Angeles.lv 10 15 8 00 10 OOp 1 25 p ar.. San Diego.. lv 7 45 a 2 35 San Francisco lv Trains Nos. 3 ard 4 are Limited trains, run mng semi-weekly. No. 3 leaves Chicago Wednesdays and Saturdays, passes Albuquer que on Fridays and Mondays, arriving at Los AUKeies oaturoays ana ruesaays. Train No. A will leave Los Aneelns Mnndava anri T-hnre days, passing Albuquerque Wednesdays and aaturuays.arrivingEK'ago jrnaajs ana mon- UHJI, DON A SWEET Gen. Passenger Agent, Albuquerque, N. M Gila Valley, Glote & Kortharn R. R. Co. Between Bowie and Pima. Miles STATIONS. Miles from Bet. No 1 Bowie Sta'ns No 2 A. M. (Mountain Time.) v. m. 10:00 Lv. Bowie Ar. 5:50 10:51 17.3 Bailey's Wells 17.3 4-59 11:15 25.4 Bail N. Ranch 8.1 4:35 11:55 34.8 Solomonville 9.4 4:05 12:20 39.5 8afford 4.7 3:40 12;M 42.7 Thatcher 3.2 3:16 12:42 45.2 Central 2.5 3:08 "12:50 47.8 Ar. Pima Lv. 2.6 3:00 f-M. i s p. M. Train No. 1 connects with Southern Pacific train No. 19.PH.fct1WiTiTii1. nftaalY.fr Rnwlo Tni tlon Train No. 2 connects with Southern Pacific train i no. mi, wesir-ouna, passing Bowie Juno- Hon Trains 1 .n 1 ,4 .' 1 ... J .. connect with stage line at Pima to and from ..v.. .iiuuiB,onu wiub, uiuue iny ana i on to Basin. schedule as circumstances may require. i.i i. ah D. President. Southern Paeific Co. (PACIFIC SYSTEM.) Commencing Nov 11 IRQft. train nm iBH Maricopa as follows: Aft A. M., THURSDAY AND MONDAY, '.T-t I Sunset Lim1rjri" fnr w,w - and the east. .KK A.M. DAILY PACIFIC IXPRESg -.!) for nnlnta In r,alifnmio Oregon and Washington. fQ A- M- WEDNE8DAY AND SATtJR- geles, Fresno aud San Francisco. 9 .OA A M- DAILT MIXED TRAIN FOB U Tucson, Benson, Lordsburg, Demlng, El Paso and intermediate ntatlons. 5,Of P. M. DAILY MIXED TRAIN FOE 0J Gila Bend &nd intermediate stations. P.M. DAILY MIXED TRAIN FOE .u K Paso and all way stations. U.qi P. M. 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Here springs are exhaus tUss and streams never dry , m .iic ttiMuiu irom winter to autumn's bright Of grass of all kinds perennially green. Here millions of cattle, sheep, horses and goats brow fat as if stall led or fatted on oats. Nu poverty is found in the mighty domain. To the man who exerts either finger or brain. Here are homes for the millions, the rich and the poor. While Texas oDens wide h She has thousands of acres yes, millions- to cel., Yet cau point without cost where pre emptors Her terms will be easy with those whom she deals. While security, all In their title can feel. Buy land while 'tU cheap, and the finest select, - ...... ,UUUg man, yiwe a lUllUUe Wilt II IfcaSl you exnect. Old man, tor your children, buy, file it away: A OruiaanA im n . j . ,, ..1 fllIG Uil BU111B laiiij uuy. For a Damnhlet fnliv n.nh, thi- ful country address Gaston Meslier, General Passenger and Ticket Agent Texas and Pacific Railway, Dallas, Texas. AOw-raie Home Seekers' Excursion Tickets will be sold to all points in Texas on April 7, April 21 aud May 6. Take advantaae of this great opportunity. THE USE OF FINE MARKS THE SOCIAL AND BUSINESS STANDING OF THE WE, PRINT EVEBITMS. Tie Arizona Republican Co, Wharton Block. PIER! USER.