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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 1896. Obesity Remedies Admitted at the World's Fair. L-Jl ) Dr. Edison's Obesity Pills and Fruit Salt and his Obesity Band reduce sur plus fat quickly and safely. They are (harmless and sure to cure. These remedies take off a pound a iajr. No rigid dieting. No purging. NO Inconvenience. NO danger. No loss of time. "DR. EDISON'S OBESI TY TREATMENT will reduce a FLESHY ABDOMEN, NBOK. BUST, CHIN OR FACE, or SHOULDERS OR HIPS, without reduction where there is onrnllia fat- THJfi -' ' SKIN CONTRACTS TO ITS NORMAL TEN SION and covens the . -nr-t m f IT m pans w i'i nu u a $ WRINKLES or other evidences of for ,tuer enlargement." Mrs. Lucy Stone Menard in Woman's World. Whitmore, Sandusky (Co., Ohio, May 1. 1896. Loring & Co. Gentlemen: For the past six months I have 'been taking your Obesity Remedies and have re duced my weight 150 pounds and my general health is greatly improved; in (act, I owe my life to your Obesity Remedies. My waist measurement was reduced from fifty-sevem inches to forty-three inches, a difference of four teen inches. Previous to taking your remedies I suffered from shortness of breath and palpitation of the heart, and could not take any exercise what ever, and my ankles refused to sup port my weight Now I can exercise freely; the shortness of breath has left lira as has also my heart trouble. While taking your remedies I made a Wp to the Pacific coast. I was able ta" walk around quite a good deal, which I ihad not been able to do pre viously for a number of year. On my return borne my neighbors said they lhad never expected to see Hie re turn alive, tout through the efficacy of your Obesity Remedies I have been greatly Improved. I shall continue your treatment, as I desdre to be re duced about (fifty (50) pounds more. I have answered a great many letters of inquiry as to the truth of this state ment, and have always recommended Dr. Edison's Obesity Remedies to all who.- are overburdened with super fluous flesh. Yours truly, MRS. WALTER DAVLIN. ObJ. J. Sitillman Pierce, writing from Kansas Oity, Mo., says: "My abdomi nal measurement was reduced six Inch es 'by one month's use of Dr. Edison's Band." Obesity Fruit Salt, $1 a bottle. Obesity Pills, $1.50 a bottle. Obesity Bands, $2.50 and up. Measure as per figures in cut. we sena free "How tdJCure Obesity." Free advice about any disease from our Medical De part- in ettt. Write albout your case. NO TON 103 OR SARSAPARILLA9 NBCES BAJiY WHEN PILLS AND SALT ARE USED. THEY TAKE THE PLACE OF. ALL FEMALE 'REGULATORS. Send letters and mail, express or C. 0. D. orders to Loring & Co., General Agents for the United States. To in sure prompt reply mention Depart tnent as below. LORING & CO., Dept. 48, 1 No. 115 State St., Chicago. 111. For sale toy Dr. G. H. Keefer, Phoe nix. Ariz CHEAP RATES TO DENVER VIA S. F. P. & P. KcClure's Magazine For 1897. SEVEN GREAT SERIALS. A NEW LIFE OP URANT by Hamlin Garland. The first authoritative and adequate Life of uraniever pumisnea. L,avisniy illustrated. (Begins in uecem Per.) RUDYARD KIPLING'S first American serial, "Captains Courageous," (Begun in November.) ROBERT LOUIS 8TEVENSON'8 '8t. Ives." The only novel of Stevenson's still unpublished. (Begins in May. y . CHAS. A. DANA. "Recollections of Wartime." Mr. Dana wa-j lor three of the most critical years ot the Civil War practical, y a member of Linco n's Cabinet, and is probably beHer fitted than any other man living to give an authoritative history of this period from his recollections and correspondence. PORTRAITS OP GREAT AMERICANS. Many of them unpubl'shed. In connection with this series of portraits it is intended to publish special biographical studies under the general title of MAKERS OP rmt UNION from Washing on to Lincoln. PICTURES OP PALESTINE. Specially taken under the editor's direction. STORIES OF ADVENTURE. A serial by Conan Doyle, in whicn he will use his extriordinary talent for mystery and ingenuity which have, in the "Sherlock Holmes" stories, given him a place beside Pot and Gaboriau. TEN FAMOUS WRITERS IANMACLAREN. All the fiction that he will write during the coming year, with the excep tion of two contributions to another publication which were engaged from him leng ago. will appear in McCluee'8 Magazine. JOEL CHANDLER HARRIS. A series of new snimal stories in the same field as "Brer Rab bit" and the "Little Mr. Thimblefinger" stories. RUDYARD KIPLING. Besides "Captains Courageous," Kipling will contribute to McClceb's ail of the short stories he will write during the comiag year. OCTAVE THANET is preparing for the Magazine a series of short storise in which the same characters will appear, ar.nougn each will be complete in itself. ANTHONY HOPE. BRET H ARTE. ROBERT BARR. FRANK R. 8TOCKTON. STANLEY WEYMAN. CLARK RUSSELL Will all have stories iu McClurk's for the coming year. These are only a small fraction of the great and impoitant features of McClurs's Magaz nk lor thy 7, tse subscription price ot union is only One Dollar a Year. The new volume begins with November. Subscriptions should start with this number. The S. S. McClure Co., New York City. RAILR Santa Fe, Prescott & PlicBiiix Southbound. I Northbound. Passenger. I Pas-enger. 7.30D 8.30 9.25 9 41 10.40 55 11.40 12.43a1 1.07 2 24 3 09 4 09 610 6 24 639 7.00 a ARIZONA Commencing October 20, 1896, and until 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. CHEAP EXCURSION TO CALIFORNIA. On December 17 to 21, inclusive, the S. F P. Sc. P. railway will place on sale round trip tickets to San Diego and return at $25.95, which will allow stnrJovers at any potat on the South ern California railway. For further information regarding limits, etc., write or call on E. W. Gillett, Phoenix. GIRlfl CITY. RESTAURANT THE OLDEST N THE CITY. Enjoys the best standing with tradesmen. Buys Terything at. spot casn price and gives THE BE8T 25o MIOAL. Tuck, Hing & Co. 22 and 24 Wash ington St. , East of Jacobs A Co. Private rooms for families. Tickets, J4.50; Hinele meals. 25c. W, N. CHAPMAN House Sign and Carriage Painting. Paper Hanging and Decorating. 3il W. WashiogtonSt. Call for Estimates. Llverv. For a Good Team Try the Adams Livery- Horses Boarded by the Week or Month at Lowest Ra tes, Telephone No 96. WM. G GETZ, PROP. Cor. First and A. dam 8 Sts. Invites the attendance of the world at the FIFTH SES SION of the Nationa rrigation ongress. To be held in Phoenix 896 December 15, 16, 17, 1 Men most skilled in irrigation development will be present from every portion of North America, and the work, as outlined by the National Executive Committee will be the most important ever known in its field. The attendance will be prom'oted by the especially low railway rates, which will not exceed a single limited first- class fare for the round trip, Pncenix and return, from al main routing points between Chicago and the Pacific Ocean entrance into rncenix may oe Dy eitner trie Santa ire or Southern Pacific systems. Thus will be afforded at the lowest cost an opportunity not only to auenu 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 of weird and wonderful natural beauty. Phoenix, the Capita City and Metropolis of Arizona, extends her welcome and in the vicinity, by the object lesson of hundreds ot thous ands of arid acres made fertile and productive by water will demonstrate the practical side of irrigation. Ample accommodation will be provided lor 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 oi Mexico, to Southern Cantor nia and to the Grand Canyon ot the Colorado. All inquiries will be cheerfully answered bv the officers of the Local Committee on Arrangements, and advertising matter descriptive of Arizona and of the Congress will be promptly forwarded on application. WALTEK TALBOT, Chairman Local Committee. james McMillan; Secretary Local Committee, J AS. H. McCLINTOCK, Nat'l. Committeeman for Arizona. Time Table No. 20. Effective Sot. 29, 1896. Mountain Time. train No. 19,eatbound, passing Bowie Junc tionat7:50a. m Train No. 2 connects with Southern Pacific train No. 20, westbound, passing Bowie Junc tion at 6:35 p m. Trains! and 2 run daily except Sunday and connect with stage line at Pima to and from Port Thomas, San Carlos, Globe City aud Ton to Basin. The company reserves the right to vary this schedule as circumstances may require. WM.GARI.aNE. President. 7.00 a 7.55 8.50 9. U5 10.30 10.45 11.22 12.15 D 12.35 12.55 2.10 2.50 3.45 5.16. 5.28 0.43 fi.OO p lv...Ash Fork...ar . .Rock Butte. .Del Rio.... Jerome Junction Ar... Prescott. .Lv Lv... Prescott.. Ar ...Summit... Skull Valley ...Kirkland. . ..Date Creek.. Congresi- Junction . . I, H..CU UUI Ig . Peoria . . Glendale Albambra Ar. .. Phoenix ..Lt 5 55 p 4.4D 3.45 3.30 2.40 2.25 1.50 (12.55 112 35 2.18 a 11.12 10.17 9.38 8.11 7 69 7.46 7 30 a 6.00 a 5.00 4.00 3 45 2.35 2.20 1.43 12.43 12.23 p In la 10.29 9 48 8 12 7.59 7 45 730p Dining Station. IhesctnicUne of Arizona. The best route )allfomia. The only North and South line n Arizona to the Grand C'non oftheCnlnrarin Petrified Forest, Great Pine Forest, Clifl Dwel lijRS. Grea i.-alt River Vallev and other nnints of interest. Through ticxets to all noint .n th Iiniti tales, Canada and Mexico. No. land 4 connect at Jerome Junction with trains of U. V. & P. Ry. for Jerome. uonnecting at prescott wish stage lines lor all principal mining camps: at Congress Junction with Coneress Gold Go.. R. R. for Coneresn mil stage lines for Harqua Hala, Stanton and Yar- neii; at rncenix witn tne M. fc P , & 8, S V. Ry. for points on the S. P. Rv. uii ee connections made at Ash Fork with an la Fe route fait tiains to all points east and west Trains for California leave Ash For at :50 and 7:40 D.- in., arriving in Los Ancelcs lexi afternoon at 1:20 and San Francisco sec ind morning at 10:45. Train for the east leat ea Ash Fork at 6:25 a. m. . M. MURPHY, GEO. M. SARGENT, Pres. & Gen. Mgr. Gen'l Fr't& Pass'r Ag'i, Prescott. Arij Prescott, Ariz. . E. WKUS, E. TV. GILLETT, Asst. Gen'l Mg'r, Ken'lAgt., Prescott, Ariz. Phoenix. Ariz. Southern Paeific Co. (PACIFIC STSTKSI.) CnTTITnAnplnv Nm 11 1QOC m i , , , ti.iua Nm wave Maricopa as follows: B.JC A. M., THURSDAY AND MONDA J ''Sunset Limits" tnr n J. - . VUCUIB and the east. 4.KK A.M. DAILY PACIFIC EXPRESS .(JO for points in California, Nevada. Oregon and Washington. 7.KQ A. M.. WEDNESDAY AND 8ATOR I.OxJ -day, "Sunset Limited" for Los An geles, Fresno aud San Francisco. 9 'OR . M- DAILY MIXED TRAIN FOB Tucson, Benson, LordsburgjDeming El Paso nd intermediate 3tations. 5 .OA P: M. DAILY MIXED TRAIN FOR t)J Gila Bend and intermediate stations 7.Q p M- DAILY MIXED TRAIN FOR I 4 J El Paso and all way stations. 1 1 r4 1 P- M- ?AILY NEW ORLEANS EX- f jl J A press lor Tucson, Benson, Deming. El'Paso, ban Antonio, Houston and New Orleans. i. a. UUUDMAN, . Gen Pasa-Agt Maricopa & PIkbdix & Salt RiYer Valley R. R, In effect Sept 25.1896. Time Table No 40. FBtENIX & MAhlCOFA. P M 9:00 9:35 10:15 10:50 11:15 STATIONS Lv...Phoanlx ..Ar &;Tempe Kvrene 'Sacaton.... Ar..Maricopa. .Lv. A X 7.15; 6.40 6.0b 5.35 5:15 PHOSNIX AND MESA CITY. a-JJ 3 a p. A. H 7.30 2.00 8.00! 2 8 301 3.001 STATIONS. Lv Mesa, Ar Tempe .. Ar Phoenix Lv a a? t 6- A. M. P. K. 10.00 6.00 9.30 5.30 9.00 5.00 SOLID Through Trains From V AM ST. JOSEPH TO ST. T.OTTTe Chicago, Omaha. Peoria, St. Paul and Minneapolis, wrrn Dining Cars, Vesilbnled Drawing Room Sleep. ins Cum. Rsrllnir n CK.i. r oieep- . locMts r ree.j ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CABS TO THE Atlantic Ooastl THE BEST LINE FOB New York Boston, Baltimore. WmpiWmi . rniiaaepia, Nkgara Falls, AND EASTERN POINTS. For tull information address H.C.OEE, Ass't Gen'l Passenger Agt.. Kansas Cltv, Mu All trains run dailv. and will ston at nnn point on signal. t rain so. 1 connects with Southern Pacific 19, passingMaricopa at 11:30 p. m. Tri.in No. 2 connects witn southern Paclnc 20, passim MaricODa at 4:55 a. m. ConnAAtinn mtuio ai mesa witn stages tor Gomneld. Connection made at Phoenix forConereBS. Prescott and nil points in northern Arizona via the 8. F.,P. 4 r.,n. n. - xrainsston on signal C. C. McNETIj. R. L. BLACKMAN, Uen. SudL Gen. Pass. Agt. THEATL4NTIC & PACIFIC R. R. (Western Division.) C. W. SMITH, R ceiver. Condensed Time Table No. 43 Effective Nov. 4.1896. COME TO TEXAS The "Lone Star" iswaving-tnestarof the free; Then strike for Texas, if men yon would Oe. No idlers are wanted, the thrifty and wise To wealth and high station can equally rise. where corn, oats and cotton; the richest o loam, Which yields to the settlers provisions and home. Trees of every description a ise on each hand. From alluvial soil to the rich table land. Here springs are exhaustlessand streams never dry. In the season from winter to autumn's brleht sky, A wide panorama of prairie is seen; Of grass of all kinds perennially green. Here millions of cattle, sheep, horses and goats Grow f s t as if stall fed or fatted on oats No poverty is found in the mighty domain. To the man who exerts either ringer or brain. Here are homes for the millions, the rich and the poor, Whil TT. n. 1 !..v,- j,..- .. - - " "w uupiiftuic uoor. She has thousands of acres yes, millions to Yet can point without cost where pre emptors cau dwell. Her terms will be easy with those whom she deals. While security, all In their title can feel. uy land while 'tis cheap, and the fineBt select, Twill, vonng man, prove a fortune when least you expect. Old man, lor your children, buy, file it away A Godsend 'twill prove on some rainy day. WE8TBOUND. EABTBOUND. 6 00 p 9 40 a. 5 30p 11 f 12 05p 5 10 8 05 9 10 11 28 12 40 1 40 al So. 1 8TATION8. 10 25 p lv...Chi.go....ar 2 25 lv.Kansas City .ar 9 45 lv. .. Denver ar 9 35 a La Junta 1 45 lv.Albuquerq'e.ar 7 10 Wiugate 8 05 ......Gallup 11 10 Holbrook.. .. 12 35 Winslow 3 35 Flagstaff 5 50 Williams 6 50 a Ash Fork 10 00 p 7 05 a 6 OOp 12 05 9 45 4 40 4 10 12 SO 11 30 a 9 30 8 05 6 25 a 1 40 ii 10 30 6 OOp! 7 15 a 10 35 p! OOP! lv...Ash Fork. ..ar ... Prescott.... lv ar....Phoinix....lv 9 43 a 5 40 p 11 15 a 10 50p 9 00 4 10 3 45 12 20 11 05 p 8 3 7 15 5 50p 6 00a 2 3d 7 30 pi 7 50 p 2 40 7 30a 140a 6 50 p lv...Ash Fork...ar 6 25a 5 50p 5 45 11 00 lv... Kingman ..lv 2 00 12 45 7 0 1 05a ..The Needles.. I130pl0 00a 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 p 10 OOp 1 25p ar.. San Diego. .lv 7 45 a 2 35 p arSan Francisco lv Trains Nos. 3 and 4 are Limited trains, rnn ning semi-weeklv. No. 3 leaves Chicago 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 Chicago Fridays and Mon days. DON A. SWEET, Gen. Passenger Agent, Albuquerque, N. M . Gila Valley, Globe & Northern R. R. Co. Between Bowie and Pima. Miles STATIONS. Miles from Bet. No 1 Bowie Sta'ns No 2 a. m. (Mountain Time.) p. m. 10:00 Lv. Bowie Ar. 5:50 10:51 17.3 Bailey's Wells 17.3 4-59 11:15 25.4 Rail N. Ranch 8.1 4:35 11:55 34.8 Solomonville 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 p. M. p. M. Train No. 1 connects with Southern Pacific For a pamphlet fully describing this wonder ful country address Gaston Mealier, General Passenger and TiCMrt Agent Texas and Pacific Railway, Dallas, Texas. Low-rate Hi me Seekers' Excursion Tickets will be sold to all points in Texas on April 7, April 21 and May 5. Take advantage of this great opportunity. MARICOPA & PHOENIX " & . SALT RIVER VALLEY RAILWAY. Commencing July 1 the following rates will go into effect: Phoenix to Mesa, 50 cents. Mesa to Pnoenlx, 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. PChlcheter Fnrll.li Diamond Braatf. ENNYR0YAL PILLS J ."t V aur llnairi HlimM i.nira .ah- Druggist for Chichester w Endiih Dia-A Lmonri Brand in Red tnd Gold ttetaltioY moxes, aciled with bin ribboa. Take no other. He fate danaerout ntbttitu noni and imitation. At Drogpmi, or MBd 4tt in ntxtnrtf tor pnriicamri, ruinontaLi nod Relief for Ladle." in Utter, bv retvra Mall. III.(HH) T'-oLimoniMs. Nam A-tm. Vald far ail Local Drucziau. F-UAtuLaw, . x rr FLORENCE AND GLOBE STAGE LINE Carrying United states Mail and the Express. Stage leaves Florence daily for Riverside and Globe at 7 o'c'ock p. m.; stops all Dight 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 1 a. m., Good accommo dations on the road, improved line, good suibk and comforts ble stages, four-horse coach every oiherday. W. E. Guild, agent, Florence. E. F. Kelln'er & Co., agents, Globe. C. C. HACKETT. Prop.