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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 9, 1896. BICYCLE NOTES. Only one bicycle show will be held in New York this winter, the Madison Square Garden company having aban doned their proposed exhibition in favor of a military bicycle tournament. This decision will leave the field clear for., the show of the National Cycle Board of Trade, which will be held in Grand Central palace, New York, Feb ruary 6 to 13. This will unquestion ably be the biggest and most impor tant, show in the history of the trade in., this country or in Europe. One thing warranting this statement is the .fact that over 500 spaces will be occupied by exhibitors. , The foreign, racing men who arrived in this country last week to take part in the six-day tournament in Madison Square Garden, New York, which be gan December 6, may be fine perform ers on the track, but in appearance they do not compare favorably to the cracks of this country. "Tom" Linton,. thewonderful hour rider, looks like "Chuck" Connors of Chinatown, whom certain novelists of the metropolis have put in recent books. "Just let 'Eddie' Bald get among these fellows and flash his big diamonds and they will imagine Barney Barnato, the t Kaffir King, is in their midst," said a cycling sharp who saw the visitors at their training quarters in New Jersey. i Will R. Pitman of New York, one of the" oldest wheelmen in this country, as. well as one of the most, active, was asked last Tuesday when the streets of" the metropolis were covered with snow if he had laid toy his bicycle for the. winter. "No indeed," replied the veteran. "I shall ride every pleasant day during the cold weather. Cycling ott a bright, crisp day is the best exer cise in the world if not taken in ex cess, and when there's snow on the ground the pastime can be enjoyed if the temperature is not above the freez ing point. Oh, no, people make a mis take to stop their riding with the ap pearance of cold weather." It is noticeable that the larger cycle manufacturers are, almost with out exception, furnishing the '97 mod els, with keyless cranks, thus doing away with the crank key, or pin. For several years the tendency has been in this direction, and some makers have been using keyless cranks on their '96 models with more or less success. but. judging from the large number of prominent bicyclers which will in 1897 be. fitted with patent keyless cranks and shafts, it is evident that the new style of construction, in this most im portant part of the bicycle, has entire ly superseded the old style. The West ern Wheel Works, with their '70,000 to 75,000 yearly output, have adopted a new patented crank attachment, and all. Of their '97 Crescents, with the ex ception of the juvenile line, will be equipped with what has the appear ance of being an exceptionally good Iteyless crank, the very neat mechan ism being on the outside of the hang er," and in plain view. CHEAP RATES TO DENVER VIA S F. P. & P. Commencing October 20, 1896, and until further notice, we will eell round trip tickets to Denver, good three months, at rate of $75. This is the standard route, connedtioiis sure, time the best, and is the only direct line east. City ticket office, 44 West Washington street. E. W. Gillett, general agent. FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS. Mrs. Winsio-v's Soothing Synip has been used far children teething. It soothes ths child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty five" cects a bottle. CHEAP EXCURSION TO CALIFOR NIA. On December 17 to 21, inclusive, the S. F., P. & P. railway will place on sale round trip tickets to San Diego and return at $25.95, which will allow stopovers at any point on the South ern California railway. For further information regarding limits, etc., write or call on. E. W. GiHett, Phoenix. G1RM CITY RESTAURANT THE OLDEST .N THE CITY. Enjoys the best Htan-MngwHh tradesmen. Buys iverythiiiK at spot cab.i price aud eives THE BEST 25o MEAL, Tuck, Hing & Co. 22 and 24 Washington 8t. , East of Jacobs & Co. Private rooms for families. Tickets, 14.50; Bingle meals. 25c. W. N. CHAPMAN House Sign and Carriage Painting. Paper Hanging ana Decorating. 31i W. tVashington St. Call for Estimates. lilverv. For a Good Team Try the Adams Livery- Horses Board by the Week or Month at Lowest Rates. Telephone No 96, MVM. G. GETZ, PROP. Cur. First and Adams Sts. ARIZONA Invites the attendance of the world at the FIFTH SES SION of the IMiona Irrigation To be held December 15, Men most skilled in irrigation development will be present from every portion work, as outlined by the National Executive Committee, will be tne most important ever known m its field. The attendance will be promoted by the especially low railway rates, which will not exceed a single limited first- class fare for the round trip, main routing points between Entrance into Phoenix may be southern Pacific systems. Thus will be afforded at not only to attend the interesting sessions of the Congress, but as well to visit the Sun-Kissed Land, Arizona, a region of mystery to nearly all Americans, yet a land known to be ot weird and wonderful natural City and Metropolis of Arizona, extends her welcome and in the vicinity, by the object ands of arid acres made fertile and productive by water will demonstrate the practical accommodation will be provi ied for all at the lowest of rates and excursions and other entertainment will be freely tendered the city's guests. Side trips at especially low rates willbe available to the City of Mexico, to Southern Califor nia and to the Grand Canyon of the Colorado. All inquiries will be cheerfully answered by the officers of the Local Committee on Arrangements, and advertising matter descriptive of Arizona and of the Congress will be promptly forwarded on application. WALTER TALBOT, Chairman Local Committee. James McMillan, Secretary Local Committee, JAS. H. McCLINTOCK, Nat'l. Committeeman for Arizona. Congress. in Phoenix 16, 17,1896 of North America, and the Pboenix and return, from all Chicago and the Pacific Ocean. by either the Santa Fe or the lowest cost an opportunitv beauty. Phoenix, the Capita' lesson of hundreds of thous side of irrigation. Ample RAILROAD TIMETABLES. Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix Railway Company. Time Table No. 20. Effective Nov. 29, 1896. Mountain Time. joutnbound. Northbound. Passenger. I Paa-fnger. No.3 No. 1. STATIONS. NoTsT ' 7 30p 7.00 a lv...AshFork ..ar 5 55p 6.00 a 8.30 7.5ft . .Rock Butte... 4.45 5.00 9.V5 8 50 ..Del Rio 3.45 4 00 9 41 9.(15 Jerome Junction 3.30 3 45 10.40 10.30 A.r... Prescott.. Lv 2.40 2.35 10 55 10.45 Lv... Prescott . Ar 2.25 2.20 11.40 11.22 ....Summit 1.50 1.43 12.15 p 8knli VaUev t12-85 ,2-43 12.43a 12.35 Situu vauey" 11235 1.07 12.55 Kirkland. . 2.18 a 12.23 p 2 24 2.10 DaieCreek 11.12 1113 3 09 2.50 Congress Junction 10.17 10.2!) 4 09 8.45 ...W'ickenLmg .. 9.38 9.48 6 10 5.16 Peoria .. 8.11 812 6 24 5.28 Glendale 7 59 7.59 6 39 5.43 ...Alhambra 7.46 7 45 7.00a 6.00 p Ar. Phoenix ..Ly 7 30 b 7 30p 'Dining Station. 1 be scenic 'ine of Arizona. The best ronte to California. The only North and Sonth line in Arizona to tne Grand cnon oitbe Colorado. Petrified Forest, Great Pine Forest. Clifi Dwel li jbs, Grea i-alt River Vallej and other points of interest. Through tickets to all points ,n the United -tales, Canada and Mexico. No. 1 and 4 connect at Jerome Junction with trains or u. v. & f. tty. lor Jerome. uonnectingat prescott with stage Lines for all principal mining camps: at Congress Junction with Congress Gold Go., R. R. for Congress and stage lines lor uarqua Mala, Stanton and Yar- nell; at Phoenix with the M. & P . & 8, R. V. Ry. for points on the S. P. Rv, Close connections made at Ash Fork with anta Fe route fan trains to all points east and west Trains for California leave Ash Fork at 6:50 and 7:40 p. in., arriving in Los Angeles lext afternoon at 1:20 and San Francisco sec md morning at 10:45. Train for the east lea ea An f ort at a. m. - F. M. MURPHY. GEO. M. 8 ARGENT. Pres. & Gen. Mgr. Gen'l Ft't & Pass'r Ag'i, Prescott. A rlj Prescott, Arl7. R. B. WEL'8, E. W. GILLETT. Asst. Gen'l Mg'r, Gen'l Aet. Prescott, Ariz. Phoenix. Ariz. Maricopa & Phoenix & Salt River Yalley R. R. Time Table No 40. In effect Sept 25.18S6. PHOENIX & MAHICOPA. STATIONS F X 9:00 9:35 Lv... Phoenix ..Ar 7.15 6.40 10:15 10:50 11:15 Kvrene 8acaton Ar..Marlcopa. .Lv. 6.05 5.35 5:15 PHOENIX AN D MESA CITY. 3 A. M. P. X. 10.00 6.00 9.30 5.30 9.00 5.00 STATIONS. a -a fa A. X. P. M. 7.30 2.00 Lv Mesa. Ar 8.00 1 2.30 Tempe .. 8 301 3.00 Ar Pboenix Lv All trains run daily, and will ston at anv point on signal. Tram ho. l connects with southern Pacific m, passing Maricopa at 11:30 v. m. Train No. connects with Southern Pacific 30. oassint Maricopa at 4:o5 a. m. Connection made at Mesa with stages for Goldfield. Connection madest Phoenix for Congress, PreBCott and all points in nortnern Arizona via the 8. F.,P. P..R. B. Trainsstop on signal c. c. McNeil, Uen. Supt, E. L. BLACKMAN, (ien. Pass. Agt. THE ATLANTIC & PACIFIC R. R (Western Division.) C. W. SMITH, Rtceiver. Condensed Time Table No. 43 Effective Nov. 4. 1896. WE8TBOPMD. BABTBOIIND. No. S So. 1 STATIONS. No. 2 No. 4 6 OOp 10 25 p lv...Cht;ago....ar 10 OOp 9 43a 9 40 a 2 25 lv. Kansas 0ity..ar 7 05 a 5 40p 5 30 p 9 45 lv... Denver. ...ar 6 OOp 11 15a 11 .'5 9 35 a La Junta. ... 12 05 10 50 p 12 05p 145 lv.Albuquerq'e.ar 9 45 9 00 7 10 Wiugate 4 40 4 10 5 10 8 05 Gallup 4 10 3 45 8 05 11 10 Bolbrook. . 12 30 12 20 9 10 12 35 Wlnslow 11 30 a 11 05 p 1128 3 35 .. .Flagstaff 9 30 8 3i 12 40 5 50 Williams 8 05 7 15 140 a 6 50 a Ash Fort 6 25 a 5 50t 140a 7 15ajlv...Ash Fork...ar 6 00a 7 50 p 10 30 10 35 pkr... Prescott.. .'.lv 2 3d 2 40 60Qp : 00par....Pho3nix....lv 7 30 p 7 30 a 140a 6 50 p lv...'Ash Fork...ar 6 25a 5 50p 5 45 11 00 lv. .. Kingman ..lv 2 00 12 45 7 50 1 05a ...The Needles.. 11 30 p 10 00 a 9 15 2 30 Blake 10 05 8 35 7 40 Daggett 5 40 ........ 2 10P 8 10 ar.. Barstow 5 20 3 20 ar.. . Mohave 6 00 1 20 p ar.Los Angeles. lv 10 15 8 00 1 10 OOp 1 25 p nr.. San Diego. .lv 7 45 a 2 35 I ar San Francisco lv Trains Nos. 3 and 4 are Limited trains, run ninz semi-weeklv. No. 3 leaves Chlnarr Wednesdays and Saturdays, passes Albuquer que on Fridays and Mondays, arriving at Los Angeles Saturdays and Tuesdays. Train No. 4 will leave Los Angeles Mondays and Thurs days, passing Albuquerque Wednesdays and Saturdays, arriving ucicago fnaajB ana Mon aays. DON A. SWEET, Oen. Passenger Agent, Albuquerque, N. M Gila Valley, Globe & Northern R. R. Ci Between Bowie and Pima. Miles 8TATIONS. Miles from Bet. No 1 Bowie Sta'ns No 2 A. X. (Mountain Time.) P. x. 10:00 Lv. Bowie Ar 5:50 10:51 17.3 Bailny's Wells 17.3 4-59 11:15 25.4 EailN.Kanch 8.1 4:35 11:55 34.8 Solomon ville 9 4 4:05 12:20 39.5 Safford 4.7 3:40 12:34 42.7 Thatcher 3.2 3:16 12:42 45.2 Central 2.5 3:08 :i2:50 47.8 Ar. Pima Lv. 2.6 3:00 r. x. p. X. Train No. 1 connects with Southern Pacific train No. 19.ea&thnnTiri ti...Iti Rnv(. TnA- tion Train No. 2 connects with Southern Pacific train i nu. a, wesioonna, passing Bowie Junc- tion -. .... . i 1 1. .i etuct ouuuay ana connect with stage line at Pima to and from RnrtThnm.. Q.n n..u. r ii . TrBlncl .wl O ! 1 . q. . , -uvuiaa.uau n.iuo, ana 1 Oil tt) Thi flnmiunv rn.ni. (lia lti. .n .i. t schedule as circumstances ma; require. w m. w hjja.1 1.. rresiaent. Southern Pacific Co. (PACIFIC 8TSTEX.1 CrnnmpRplnv Hm 11 lorn; t . .. : ., .. ... , , ........u, b. nui o win leave Maricopa as follows: 3: ,JQ . M., THURSDAY ANT) WONDA ,rtJ ' Sunset Limited" for New Orleans I the east. and I .KK A.M. DAILY PACIFIC EXPRESS for nnint.. rii vt j . Oregon and Washington. T.fiQ A. M., WEDNESDAY AND SATfJR- geles, Fresno aud San Francisco. 9 ,OC A.M. DAILY MIXED TRaIN FOR . -. HWBb .TllCROn Hpnuin T.nrrieK.,... n . Paso nd intermediate stations. ' .Qfl S; DAILY MIXED TRAIN FOR : . . 'ftain run CiUa Bend and intermediate stations P.M. 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Fnr a Dam nh lot fnl nnan k.nA ful country address Gaston Mealier, General Passenger and Tictet Agent Texas and Pacific Railway, Dal las, Texas. Low-rate H me Seekers' Excursion Tickets will be sold to all points in Texas on April 7. Anril 21 and Mi s T... 'i .1.1. great opportunitv. MARICOPA & PHOENIX & -5ATVT RIVER VALLEY RAILWAY. Commencing July 1 rhn tn innHnir rates will go into 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 advanced. LEW W. COLLINS. 9 Cnlchefitcr Enallsb rENNYROYAL PILLS Druiirrist tor' Chichester Erialish Dia-A nond Brand in Red and Gold metal lie V lixtxefl. genca wttn blue ribbon. Take 1 ra other. Refuse danaeroua mtbttitm liana and imitation. A t Druggi9ft,rMnd 4c in stamps for particular, testimonial! and Relief fnr I.adlea," tn tetter, bj return ' rvmii. i".if 11-MinMnima. nmc faper. Cli1hetorCkendcBCaMLdton Hnu-. bj ail Local DrussUU. kliadju Pj FLORENCE AND GLOBE STAGE LINE Carrying United states Mail and ihe Express. Staee leaves Florence daily for Riverside and Globe at 7 c'e'ock p. m.; stops all night at Riverside and arrives at Globe at 5 o'clock p. m. : returning leaves Globe at 8 o'clock a. m.; Arrives at Florence at la. m., Good accommo dations on the road, improved line, good stobk and comfortsble stages, four -horee coach every oiherday. W. E. Guild, aeent, Florence. E. F. KellnerA Co., agent?, Globe. C. C. HaCKETT, Prop.