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6 THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER n, 1896.
ARIZONA NEWS BUDGET. Matters of Interest From all Parts of the Territory. The Yuma Sun nominates Geo. W. McFariin. "for sergeant-at-arms of the territorial legislature." Joe Spitz of Winslow while breaking a broncho last week succeeded in breaking his own collar bone. The Colorado valley is said to be settling up fast, despite the fact that the title to the land is in dispute. C. D. Lane, the mining king, went to California last week. . He has been to Mexico inspecting some mineral prop erties, . and on his road home stopped off at Fortuna. The steamer Mohave, which plies on the Colorado river, will leave Yuma today for Picacho and other points. She carries a ten-stamp mill for the Golden Dream Mining company at Picacho. A Phoenix paper announces that members of the chamber of commerce will wear badges during the irrigation congress. Is that all? Globe Silver Belt. Most of them wore smiles also. J. W. Davis of the Gold Cross Min ing company, Hedges, was in Yuma last week on business. He reports the outlook at the mines very promising. They are now turning out from 300 to 350 tons of ore daily. Rev. T. M. Connolly, who has been stationed at Flagstaff for the past Bix months, during the European tour of Rev. F. Dilly, arrived in Winslow last ' Saturday, and will have charge of the church there. The amount of building that is go ing on in Tucson would be taken as evidence of a boom in most places, but here it is looked upon as nothing more than the legitimate growth of a pros perou3 community, says the Citizen. A' Los Angeles man opened a saloon in Yuma Sunday. In its "As they come and go" column the Sun says of the newcomer: "Although he will dis pense liquors by the drink his particu lar specialty will be the bottle trade." The Californian evidently is "on" to the Yuma public The Lordsburg Liberal says: "The Arizona & New Mexico road is now receiving so much freight that its two ..trains can scarcely handle it. If the... business keeps up, and it gives every indication of so doing, the road will have to buy new rolling stock and put on more trains. C. L. Brown has turned the Yuma Sun over to Mulford Winsor, who for some time has been managing the pa per. Mr. Winsor in his salutatory says the Sun will "be fearless in adding its mite in the correction of whatever of public, wrong may arise from time to time." The editor has cut out a big job ( for himself. According to the Globe Silver Belt the. Navajoes are destroying in a wan ton manner many game animals south of Williams and Flagstaff. A party of: white hunters found an Indian camp with scores and perhaps hun dreds of deer piled up for the purpose of skinning. The Indians hunt deer principally for the hides. They ought to. be restricted to the limit of their reservation. The government has cod died the Navajoes so long that they think they own Arizona and New Mexico. The editor of the Globe Silver Belt is somewhat pessimistic on the sub ject of statehood, as witness: "Hope of statehood for Arizona and New Mexico, in view of the election of Me, Kinley, stands aghast. Purblind poli ticians may not have discovered that silver territories, representing six con gressional votes, are likely to receive as cool a reception from a goldbug administration as was accorded the devil upon meeting St. Peter, the celes tial turnkey, at the gate of paradise, and who denied him admittance even through the rear portal to that heav enly abode." A. .T. Wakefield recently arrived in Tucson from Davidson's canyon and reports to the Citizen the finding of the' remains of a mastodon near Jose Anffrade's ranch. Some of the bones werg. exposed in a large water hole and attracted attention. Excavations werJaegun and resulted in uncover ing a number of bones and teeth, which, without doubt, belonged to one of the species of giant monsters which undoubtedly inhabited this country in the. distant past. This is not an un conunon find in this section. There hays been bones of a number of these large animals unearthed in the neigh borhood of Quijotoa and on over into Sonera. There was a meeting last week of the directors of the Gila Valley, Globe and Northern railway. Those present were: President Wm. Garland, Vice President E. A. Cutter, Secretary A. C. Laird and Auditor B. Jones, also Mr. Butn&tt. a lawyer from Los Angeles. President Garland said he had no late news from the Indians on the San Carlos reservation as to the probable outcome of negotiations for a right of way through their domain. As soon a this consent is given the road will be built on to Globe. Mr. Garland stated also that it was the intention of his company as soon as practicable to; change his line so as to run into and remedy has a well-known scientific have a depot in Solomonville. value and its formula is familiar to Hitherto the petrified forests near! scientific men- 8th- lt has been t,efore Halliiook, out on the Atlantic & Pacif- j the public for half a century. Drug ie hiia been interesting only from a gists and physicians recommend it scenic standpoint intensely interest- ing, though, as any one of the rare wonders of this wonderful country. But now it has been learned, says the Albuquerque Citizen, that the stone! trees are useful as well as ornamental, ; The Armstrong Abrasive company of Chicago, through its agent, T. G. Lew is, has begun the erection of a mill at Adam Ana station, sixteen miles Be low there, for the purpose of crushing stone from the petrified forest and shipping it to Chicago, where it will be converted into grindstones and a substitute for emery wheels. Scien tific processes have developed that the stone, on account of its uniform hard ness, will give it strong competition ia the trades world -The forest is one mile in width and is composed of three sections, the whole forming an area extending six miles. PLEASED WITH PHOENIX. How a Former Resident of the City Talks of Her Progress. Col. J. A. Zabriskie of Tucson, ex- United States attorney, reached Phoe nix yesterday. He will start on his return today. The colonel has been residing in New York city for several years and practiced his profession there, besides devoting considerable time to the promotion of mining and other enterprises both in' Arizona and Mexico. He was the recipient of many congratulations yesterday from old time friends who were delighted to know that he had recovered his health. A Republican reporter had an inter esting talk withCol. Zabriskie relative to the changes and improvements made in the valley since he left Phoenix six yearB ago. "I have rarely been more surprised," the colonel said, "at the growth of a town. Phoenix has ac complished wonders since I ceased to reside here. When I was here last my old friend, Mayor Monihon, had just completed his block on Washing ton street. The Cotton block also had been built. Of course I was prepared for phenomenal changes, having kept track somewhat of your rapid advance ment through the Arizona Republican. I was not, however, prepared to wit ness such a transformation as I now be hold, from a somewhat pretentious vil lage to a city of metropolitan propor tions. There were no street cars in my days here. Ordinary carryalls filled every requirement for urban and su burban transportation. Center street has now become almost as extensive and hustling in its business activity as Washington street was then.. The new Hotel Adams and handsome busi ness blocks, the erection of many ele gant private residences, the improve ment in street cleaning and sprinkling and the rapid increase of all the aux iliaries of city life and business thrift have made Phoenix justly the pride of the territory. The future is now as sured. Citizens of others towns of the territory need feel no envy on ac count of this splendid exhibit, but in creased gratification and delight rather. "Phoenix is typical of Arizona's progress and growth. The influx of a like progressive, hardy population ac companied by the same energy and en terprise, will make Tucson and Pres cott or any other town prosperous. Phoenix is an object lesson for every city of Arizona. What has been ac complished here by well directed and persistent effort can be accomplished elsewhere in the territory. The citi zens of Phoenix have a right to feel proud of their beautiful city. The people of the whole territory have contributed in part to this splendid ex hibit and can therefore share in that exuberance of sentiment which is the natural result of glorious achieve ment." A genuine ghost story lias yet to be attested; but not so a genuine blood purifier. Over and over again it has been proved that Ayer's Sarsaparilla stands alone among medicines as the most reliable tonic alterative in phar macy. It stood alone at the World's Fair. Singers, public speakers, actors, auc tioneers, teachers, preachers, and all who are liable to over tax and irritate the vocal organs, And, in Ayer's Cher ry Pectoral, a safe, certain and speedy relief. A timely dose of this prepar ation has prevented many a throat trouble. No one in ordinary health need be come bald or gray, if he will follow sensible treatment. We advise clean liness of the scalp and the use of Hall's Hair Renewer. Everybody knows that the condi tions for health are not favorable when the stomach, liver and bowels are dis ordered. In such cases, headache, in digestion, and constipation are the re sult; for all which ailments the proper remedy is Ayer's Cathartic Pills. Nine reasons why Ayer's Sarsaparil la should be taken in preference to any other blood purifier: 1st. The drugs from which it is made are the most carefully selected. 2d. They are combined in such scientific propor tions that they may always be depend ed upon for successful results. 3d. It is a concentrated extract, only small doses being required. 4th. It is perfect ly safe, either for young or old. 5th. It acts upon the blood more speedily than any other blood purifier. 6th. It cures disease by removing the conditions which make sickness possible, and therefore cures permanently. 7th. This and employ it in their practice. 9th. It was the only Sarsaparilla admitted at the world's fair. It stands first. It leads all other blood purifiers. Be sure your druggist sells you Ayers Sarsaparilla. It cures others, and will curs you. y1' in i n Hi' 1 MEAT! MEAT! MEAT! I RARE, JUICY, TENDER AND SWEET. -call on A TOVREA, . WASHINGTON ST. - PHOENIX GASH MARKET Cheapest market in the city for cold storage meats Corn Beef, Sausage, Mutton and, Poultry. FREE DELIVERY. Try the New Market .... 39 W. WASHINGTON ST. ED MARLOWE, ProP, AND BATH ROOMS Opposite the Opera House, 19 8. Denier St. FRANK SHIRLEY, Prop. f!MlnrTi'H y-f cutting a cialty. nair- spe- Llverv. fc'or a Good Team Try t He Adams Livery- tlorses Boarded by the Week or Month at Lowest Kates. Telephone No 96. WM. G GETZ, PROP Cor. First and Adams Bti. YOU MOST EAT So get all you can lor the money. Perhaps, if you try the Home Restaurant ...,15c MEALS.... You will in the future know how to live cheap. Here you get a meal equal to any 25-cent meal in the city. SKATS KKSKKVKiJ FOR LADIES. Jefferson St , near Cor. of First . MISS MAY STEWART. Prop. MISS HOOVER, Dressmaking, Fancy Goods, Notions. Orders Taken for Paper Flowers 309 W. WASHINGTON ST. WORTH REMEMBERING. HE READ NEWSPAPERS. "Hare yon obaerred," said a merchant to a customer, 4the handsome advertise' m ntl have on a fence between Phoenix and Mesa?" No," replied the customer, 'but If you will send i he fence around to my house 1 will try to read the announce. ment. I read the papers and I haven't tune to go around reading billboards. And the merchant scratched his head. The mechanic, laborer or clerk can now afford t take a city paper since the price of The Daily Repub lican has been reduced to 60c per month by carrier. 'I he Republican contains more reading matter than any other southwestern daily. W. N. CHAPMAN House Sign and Carriage Painting. Paper Hanging and Decorating. 311 W. Washington St, Call for Estimates. A Handsome Complexion is one of the greatest charms a woman can possess. Pozzohi's Complexion Powder gives it. COPYRIGHTS, a'.ci For Information sivA free llaadtxtoic vrite to T4UNX & CO.. 61 tiaoADWAT. NEW Yor.x. Oldest bureau for securing patents in America lery pateat taken out by us is brought before the public by a notice given free of charge In the Larcest circulation of scy scientific paper In the world. ptendiiUv illustrated. No iiitili'rrent ?na Khoriil be without it. Weekly. jfi:t.Ot a :ir; .81.50 six months. Address. MO NN' & CO., i'l'iii-iSKEKS. io J iiruauvay. New York CA-..7, 4, Solentifio American I'Sd-Sit&P DESIGN PATSMTC. Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix Railway Company. Time Table No. 20. Effective Nov. 29, 1896. Mountain Time. Southbound, j I Northbound. Passengei. I Pas-nger. No 3 1 No. 1. I STATIONS. No. 2. 5 30 p 5.45 a 4.41 4.45 3.45 3 45 3.28 3 30 2.40 2.35 2.25 2.20 150 1.43 112.55 12.43 112 35 2.18 a 12 23 p 11.12 1113 10.17 10.29 9.38 9.48 8.11 812 7 69 7.59 7.46 7 45 7 SO fe 7 30 p 7.30c 7 .00 a 7.55 8.50 9.05 lv...Ash Pork ..ai 8.30 9.25 9 41 .Rock Butte... ..Dei Rio Jerome Junction 10.40 10 55 11.40 10.30 r... Prescott.. Lv 0.45 Lv...Prescott..Ar 11.22 . .Humm.it. .. 12.15 p 12.43a! Skull Valley.. 12.35 1.07 2.24 3.09 4 011 6 10 6 24 6.39 12.55 2.10 2.50 3.45 5.16 5.28 0.43 ...Kirkland. ..Dale Creek. Congrest Junction . ..Wiekentuig .. Peoria . . Olendaie Alhambra 7.00 a fi.00 p Ar. ..Phoenix ..L Dining Station. Ibe sctnie line of Aiizoua. The best rov,te to California. The only North and South line in Arizona ro tne Grand t;non ofbe Colorado. Petrified Forest. Great fine forest. Clift Dwel li jrs, Grea ialt River Valley 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 of U. V. P. Ry. lor Jerome. Connectir.gat Prescott with stace lines lor all principal mining camps; at Congress Junction with Congress Gold Go., R. R. for Congress and stage lines for Harqna Hala, Stanton and Yar nell; at Phoenix with the M. & P ,& 8. R. V. Ky. Tor points on .lie o. p. Kv, CUse connections made at Ash Fork with Panta Fe route fast tiains 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 atl:20 and San Francisco sec mdrnorning ac 10:45. Train for the eat lea es Ash Fork at 6 :25 a. m. F. M. MURPHY, GKO. M. SARGENT, Pres. & Gen. Mgr. Gen'l Fr't Pass'r Agi, Prescott, A rir Prescott. Ariz R. E. WELT 8, E. W. GILLETT, Asst. Gen'l Mg'r, i-Jeu'lAgt., Prescott, Ariz. Phoenix. Ariz Maricopa & Ptaix & Salt River Valley R. R. Time Table No 40. In effect Sept. 25.1896. PHOENIX & MARICOPA. STATIONS P M 9:00 9:35 A X Lv...Phc3nix ..At 7.15i 6.40 10:15 Kvrene.. 8acaton.. 6.00 10:50 11:15 5.35! ir.. Maricopa. .Lv. PHOENIX AND MESA CITY. S3 at z, is A. H. P. M. OB jQ f A. M. P. K. 10.00 6.00 9.30 5.30 9.00 5.00 STATIONS. 7 2.00 Lv Hess Teinpe 8.00 1 2.30 8 301 3.00 Ar Phoenix Lv All trains run daily, and" will stop at any point on signal. train no. l connects wltn southern Pacific i, passing Maricopa st 11:30 p. m. Train No. 2 connects with Southern Pacific 20. passim lariuupa at ;jd a. m. connection maae ai Mesa with stages for Goldfield. Connection made at Phoenix for Congress, Preecolt and all points in northern Arizona via the 8. F.,P. P..E. B. Train6stop on signal c. c. McNeil, E. L. BLACKMAN, lieu. Sunt. ben. Pass. Agt- TIE ATLANTIC Si PACIFIC R.R, (Western Division.) C. W. SMITH, Receiver. Condensed Time Table No. 43 Effective Nov. 4. 18. Westbodhd. Bastbound No. S So. 1 STATIONS. No. 2 No. 6 OOp 4Ua 10 25 p 2 25 9 15 9 35 a 1 45 7 10 8 05 11 10 12 35 3 35 5 50 6 50a lv...Chi?ago....ai 10 OOp 9 43 lv. Kansas City .ar lv Oenver ar 7 Oo a 6 OOp 12 05 9 45 4 40 4 10 12 30 5 40 SO p 11 15 11 f5 L Junta. . 10 50 12 05 p lv. Albuquerq'e. ar 9 00 4 10 3 45 w lugate. . . Gallup ... Holbrook. . Winslow . . Flagstaff.. Williams.. Ash Pork.. 5 10 8 05 9 10 U 28 12 40 12 20 11 30 a 11 05 8 3 9 30 8 05 7 15 5 50 1 40 a 6 2 .i a 1 40 al 10 30 7 la a 10 35 p1 - OOo ly.. .. ar. . Ash Fork...ar 6 00a , Prescott.... lv 2 3J 7 50 2 40 6 00 0 Phcanix,...lvi 7 30 p 7 30 lv...Ash Fork...ar lv... Kingman ..lv ...The Needles.. Blake Daggett ar . Barstow ar . . Mohave 6 25 a 2 00 11 30 p 10 05 5 40 5 M 5 50 12 45 10 00 8 35 3 20 10 15 7 45a 8 00 2 35 10 OOp 1 5plr.. San Diego. .lv I ar San Francisco 1 v I Trains No?. 3 and 4 are Limited trains, run ning semi-weeklv. Mo. 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. 1 40 a 6 50 p 5 45 11 00 7 50 1 05 a 9 15 2 30 7 40 2 10p 8 VJ 6 00 l i 20 P Miles STATIONS. Miles from Bet. No 1 Bowie Sta'ns No 2 a. m, (Mountain Time.) n w. 10:00 Lv. Bowie Ar. 6:50 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 3:08 112:50 47.8 Ar. Pima Lv. 2.6 3:00 p. M. I P. M. Train No. 1 connect with Southern Pacific train No. 19,eastbound, passing Bowie Junc tion at7:50a. m. Train No. 2 onnects with Southern Psnli train No. 20, westbound, passing Bowie Junc tion at o:&. p m. Trains 1 and 2 run daily excent tiundav and connect with stage liDe at Pima to nnd from tort i nomas, San Carlos, Globe Ciij andTonto Basin. The company reserves the riirht ui nn thu schedule as circumstances may require. ai. ita ki.aim.. rresu.-nt. - Southern Paeific Co. (PACIFIC SYSTEM.) Commencing Nov. 11. 18!hS. trains will leo Maricopa as follows: O.l Q A. M., THURSDAY AST) MONDA O.'tfcO ' Sunset Limited" for New Orleon. and the east. 4.KK A.M. DAILY PACIFIC EXPRESS ,JO for points iu California, Nevada. Oregon nd wahinston. J.PkQ A. M., WEDNESDAY AND SATCR f lJ tJ day. 'Snuset Limitpd" for Th in. Seles, Fresno and San Francisco. 9.0ft A.M. DAILY MIXED TRAIN FOR ,iU Tucson, Benson, Lordsburg. Deming, El Paso nod intermediate stations. R.Oft P- M. DAILY MIXED TRAIN FOR OmfjKJ Gila Bend and intermediate stations 7. OH P M- DAIT.Y MIXED TRAIN FOR . VJ El Paso and all way stations. 1 1 .'41 P-M. DAILY NEWORLEANSEX- I J tJ I PTeSS for TllCSOn. KpllKOT, nomina El Paso, San A ntonio, Houk ton and New Oileans! T. H. GOODMAN, Gen Pass. At SOLID Through Trains Prom KANSAS C1TV AND ST. JOSEPH TO ST. LOUIS. Chicago, Omaha, Peoria, St. Paul and Minneapolis, -WITH- Dining Cars, Venibnlerl Drawing Reow Sleep. "6 "cwmiLK vuair cars (seats Free.) ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CABS TO THE Atlantic Coast! THE BEST LINE FOR New York Boston, Baltimore, Washington, rtuianeipbia, Niagara Falls, AND EASTERN POINTS For tail information address BL C. OER, Ass't Gen'l Passenger Agt.. Kansas City, Ho Notice. In the Probate Court of the Connty of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona. In the matter of the estate of J. L. Walker, deceased. Order to show caube why an order of sale should not be made. E. M. Walker, administratrix of the estate of J. L. Walker,' deceased, having aied her peti tion herein properly verified as required by law, praying for this court to make an order ot tale, authorizing her to sell so much of the real estate of the above named decedent as may be necesarv for the purposes therein set forth.. It is therefore ordered by the court that Saturday, the 2fith day of December, A. D. 1896, at the hour of ten o'clock in the fore noon of said day, be and the same Is hereby fixed by the court as the time for hearing said petition ; and all persons interested in said es. tate, are hereby notified to appear before the courtat the court room of said court, in the coun tv courthouse in the City of Phoen'x, Ariiosa to then and there show cause, if any they hav r why an order of sale should not beg ran te 6 said administratrix, to sell so much of the real estate of said deceased as may be necessary. And that a copy of this order be published in Tax Arizona Republican, a newspaper of general circulation printed and published in said county, for at least once a week for four weeks successively. Done in open court this 23rd day of Novem ber, A. D. 1696. C. W. C ROUSE, Probate Judge. First published in The Arizona Republican November 23, 1836. MARICOPA 4 PHOENIX & -JALT RIVER VALLEY RAILWAY. Commencing July the fo lowing 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. Chleheter EiielUb Iftuiaona Bread. EHYROYAL FILLS 'M"V Original and Only Genuine. i7r- safe, ilwaj-a reliable, la Dies sxk , ll LVri Druicist tor Chichtnttra Enaliah Dia-S mono arana in tf.CH sua irvu ucibiiio v frmxes. sftiletl with blue rihboo. Take inn Athii. Rtfttte dangerous trubititv- tiviu and imitation!. A i Drujtgifi ti, or send 4. in stumpa fur rmriicul&ru, teatiraooUli and Relief for Ladled," tn letter, by retnra Mail. 1MM) 1 . stimoninls. Name Paver. C'hlttheMti-rCUcinieal Co.,Msdlm (Hanai bi ail Local Dnifisirts. i'hil&difc Pa FLORENCE AND GLOBE STAGE LINE Carrying United states Mail and the Express. PtBKeleaves Florence daily for Riverside and Globe at 7 o'clock p. m.; stops all night at Riverside and arrives at Slobe at 5 o'clock p. m.: returning leaves Globe at 8 o'clock a. m.; Arrives at Florence at 1a.m., Good accommo dations on the road, improved line, good siobk and comfortable stages, four-horse coach every oiherday. w. E. Guild, acent, Florence. It. F. Kellner & Co., agents. Globe. C. C. HaCKETT, Prop.