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THE AltlZOHA RXf UL1CAN: THURSDAY MORNING, FEBKUARY 24, iSSl
UD Over Arizonai
R. R. Richardson of Crittenden is
It is claimed the Catholic fair at
Bisbee netted about $1,500.
The Prescot court house yard is un
dergoing a thorough cleaning up.
City Engineer George Helm of Tuc
son is in Sonora on mining business.
H. O. Cooper reached Tucson from
the Tombstone country Tuesday morn
ing. Peter O'Neill and Thomas Gross are
preparing to leave Prescott for the
Klondyke in a few days.
Redmond Toohey, the well known
contractor, was one of the bidders for
the construction of the Big Bug rail
road. George W. Pittock, traveling repre
sentative of the Phoenix Republican,
is here in the interest of his paper.
- r -aa- . tt ii e T 1 !
Airs. Mary jvucnier, wne ui x- laim
Kuchler, has filed a homestead on lot !
3, block 3, in the town of Jerome and
.the valuation is f 4,000.
Tuesday afternoon the special train
bearing Southern Pacific officials on a
tour of inspection passed Nogales re
turning from the south.
William Bacon, the Yavapai county
cattleman, is very sick in Los Angeles.
He had a cancer removed from his
stomacn a rew aays ago.
W. J. Mulvenon returned to Pres
cott from Castle Creek Sunday morn
ing. He says that his brother's con
dition is considerably improved.
Mrs. Joseph McPherson left Tomb
stone for Bisbee Monday morning up
on receiving the sad intelligence of the
death of the young child of Mr. and
Mrs. I. W. Wallace.
A petition for the widening of lower
Congress street at Tucson has been
filed with the city council. The Cit
izen says this means the opening of
the street into Santa Cruz avenue.
Judge Rouse of Tucson has gone to
Missouri to visit with a sick brother
who is not expected to survive the
winter. He will be obliged to return
shortly because of the early opening
The announcement of the marriage
of E. J. F. Home and Miss Marguerite
H. Brannen at Champaign, 111., on
Wednesday, Feb. 16, was received at
Prescott Monday. They will be
home after March 25 at Prescott.
G. L. Grosvenor of Phoenix was in
Prescott Monday en route home from
a visit to the petrified forests of Nav
ajo county. Mr. Grosvenor is a dis
tant relative of C. H. Grosvenor, the
celebrated Ohio politician.
Col. John Gray of Tombstone is
about to do extensive work on a farm
ing project near Pearce. It is said he
will plow some 300 acres and irrigate
with water from the mill at the big
camp which is now running to waste.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Davis of Bloom
ington, 111., father and mother of Mrs.
. Lewis G. Stevenson, arrived in Pres
cott on Saturday for a visit to their
daughter. Mr. Davis has a national
reputation as a journalist, being the
editor of the Bloomington Pantagraph,
one of the best known papers in the
United States outside of those publish
ed in four or five of the largest cities.
In point of influence it is doubtful if
there is a paper publisher! in any city
of Illinois that wields a greater influ
ence in that state than the Blooming
ton Pantagraph. Journal-Miner.
The following letter has been re
ceived at the United States land office
in Prescott from Binger Hermann,
commissioner of the general land olTice
at Washington: "A bill having been
introduced in congress providing for
the acquisition of a site and the erec
tion of a suitable building thereon for
the use of the government offices at
Prescott, the following information is
required from you (the register and
Teceiver) right away: Will your
business probably increase in the next
ten years? State the total number of
square feet of floor area now occupied
by your office. What additional
amount of floor space will be npeded
for the prospective increase of your
records and business in the next ton
years; the number of persons now em
ployed in your office, and the amount
new paid for rent."
Receiver Jake Marks of the United
States land office was startled yester
day by the receipt of a commission
signed by Patraculas, king of the Lit
tle Rock Mardi gras carnival. The
commission is drawn up in regular
fcrm and states that "My loyal sub
jects have all voluntarily taken an
oath of allegiance and have pledged
dun resriect to his majesty, Petracu-
las. and reposing the utmost confi
,-dence in the capacity for enjoyment of
our beloved city, county and state, we
have after due examination, chosen,
and by these presents proclaim Jake
Marks a suDreme high roller and one
,of the boys,' who will be recognized
-wherever this commiss'on is presented.
as Alkali Jake, and this mandate does
hereby invest him with all tne pow
ers nrivileaes. immunities, per
quisites, honors and duties thereof."
The burglars operating in Prescott
-scored another successful venture in
- their line on Saturday night by break
ing into the residence of George R.
Parker in West Prescott, occupied by
George Sutherland and family, says
the Journal-Miner. Entrance was ef-
fected through the kitchen door, in the
rear of the building. Mud had been
- plastered over the glass, and it was
then broken, when it proved an easy
matter to slip the bolt back and open
the door. Mr. Sutherland was absent
at his mining camp at Crook canyon
at the time, and no one but the women
and children of the family were at
' home. Whether or not this was
' known to the burglars is not known,
but at any rate they seemed to take
their time to the investigation of the
premises. A gold watch belonging to
Mr. and Mrs. Sutherland's niece, a
purse of Mrs. Sutherland's containing
some money and several articles oi
jewelry were stolen. Alter gathering
up such articles as they could find, the
" burglars went to the pantry and par-
- took of a lunch and when they de
camped they took along an uncooked
Both the method and results -when
Syrup of Fiss is taken; it is cleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac-
? eptable to the etomach, prompt 111
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50
cen bottles by all leading drug.
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAH FKAKCISCO. CAL
tOiOSrilLE. AT. HEW YORK. N.Y.
roast of beef, intended for the Sunday
dinner of the family, and some bread,
pies and cakes.
CHAOS AT ALASKAN PORTS.
Tremendous Crowds Flocking
Dyea and Skaguay.
Seattle, Wash., Feb. 23. Mr. T. W.
Nestell, who has arrived here from
Dyea, Alaska, on the steamer Queen,
says: "For the past month men have
been pouring into Dyea by thousands.
t iQtre is a. onsRKT.inn or Trp 2nr n inn f
the trail and at Dyea. The Chilkoot
Railroad and Transportation company
railroad is completed, but has been
unable to run for several day3 because
men were unable to live on the summit
of the pass. The chaotic condition of
things cannot be conceived by those
who have not seen it"
for Beautifying the
Removinsr Freckles. Tan, Moth,
Pimples and other Disco:orations.
r or sale or all druggists
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY.
Office of the Territorial Treasurer,
Phoenix, Arizona, December 31, 1897.
I, C. W. Johnstone, treasurer of the
territory of Arizona, hereby certify
that the Hamburg-Bremen Insurance
company of Hamburg, Germany, has
filed its annual statement for the year
ending December 31, 1896.
Having complied with the provisions
of article 1 of chapter 3 of an act en
titled "Corporations," approved March
1897, is entitled and empowered to
do business in the territory of Ari
zona for the year ending March 31,
1898. In testimony whereof, I here
unto set my hand and affix my official
seal this December 6, 1896.
C. W. JOHNSTONE,
Notice of Saleof Real Estate.
In the Probate Conrt of the county of Marl-
conn, territory of Arizona.
In the matie. of the e t. te of Jesus Bermudes
Noti e of sa'e of real 8 nte at l rivate sale.
Notice is he:eb ffiven. That In pursuance of
n order of the Probate Court, in a for the
County of Marico jm, Territory of Arizona, made
on the 23d day of February, 1898, the n alter
of the estate of Jesus Berm id s deceased, the
undersigned, the Adminis rtor of tre etaie
of Jesus Bernnce-, w 11 e'.l at tnblic auction,
to th j higbeit bidder, ral.iect to confirmation
by said Probate Court, on Wedi esday. ilu 9th
day of Marc ., WW, at 10 o'clock-, m., in front
of the United States p.is: ore-, in ti etuwn of
Wick nbure in the .aid Count..- or Mar:c ps.
Terr torjr of A ri ona, the foiL,i g deieribed
rta'. pio ertj, tu-wit:
An individual one-half interest ot ;a ert
mine or mining claim known s tne Garcia
mine in tie si d county o; Mariopa and ter
ritory of Arizona.
Terms of sale Ca.h in h :nd, or part cah
with security f - r d.f-net payment-. M:re
defi. ite terms will be anuotnsed by Said ad
mini trator at time of sale.
Adminlstr-sUr of the esttie it Jesus Ber-mudef,decea-
Dated Februa.y 23d, 18 8.
First published in the Ariz ma Ket'Ubiicau
February 24, 198.
ORDINANCE NO. 263.
An Ordinance Providing for a License
Tax Upon Persons Who Engage in
the Business of selling and Deliver
ing Milk or Cream "Within the City
Limits, or Operating Creameries
The Common Council of the City of
Phoenix do ordain as follows:
Section 1. Every person, natuial or
artificial, who shall hereafter engage
in the business of selling and deliver
ing:, or selling: and causing to be de
livered to nurchasers thereof, within
the limits of the citv of Phoenix, milk
and cream or either milk or cream
shall pay a quarterly license tax of
five, (5) dollars; provided, nowever,
that persons who sell and deliver milk
or cream to any established creamery,
and are not otherwise engaged in the
business of selling milk or cream shall
not be deemed to be within the provis
ions of this ordinance.
Sec. 2. Every person, natural or
artificial, who shall engage in the busi
; ness of the operation of a creamery
within the limits of said city shall pay
a license tax of seven and one-half
(7) dollars per quarter.
The license taxes herein provided
for shall be payable for the quarters
then next ensuing in advance on the
first day of May, August, November
and February of each year hereafter.
Provided, however, that a propor
tionate part of such license tax for
the quarter ending April 30, 1898, equal
to the proportion that the time that
shall elapse after this ordinance shall
have taken effect and said 30th day of
April ,1898, bears to the whole of the
quarter ending on said 30th of April,
1898, shall be collected and payable.
Sec. 3. Every person, natural or
artificial, who shall engage, within
said City of Phoenix, in the business
or occupation hereinbefore described,
without having first paid the license tax
above provided, shall upon conviction
thereof, at the suit of said city, be
fined in any sum not less than the li
cense tax then due and the costs of
such suit and not more than three
hundred dollars or be imprisoned in
the city jail for a period of not more
than three hundred days.
Section 4. This ordinance to take
effect and be in force from and after
its passage and publication according
Passed and approved this 7lh day of
February, 1898. F. B. MOSS,
Attest: Acting Mayor.
T. A. JOBS, City Recorder.
First published in The Arizona Re
publican, official city paper, February
To parties who intend going to
Alaska, we are now prepared to fur
nish transportation through to co ats
in Alaska via Seattle. For rates and
other information call on or address,
E. W. Gillett, 44 West Washington
WE CAN SAVE YOU TIME
And time is money. The Union Ps
iific makes the quickest time to neari.
all points east, also to all principi
ioints weet Geo. Ady, general age;..
Ml SevtHteeniS atreet, Enver
To Curo C'nnstzp,ir;on Vorevor.
Take fURoaret Cauoy Cathartic. lOe or Bo.
If C. 'J. C. f;iil to cui uruKy-sta rvfunu mow?
for a generous
morenry nr any otiier
It ia quickly Absorbed.
Gives Ilfciief ct once
It opns and cle.uises
the Nasal Passages.
Heais and Prelects the Membrane Restores th
Senses of Tate ani mell. Full Size buc ; Tri
Size 10c. ; at hn.-jisfs cr lv m;iiL
ILLY BIvOTHEUtj, 58 Warrea Street, NewToik.
f H. C. FLETCHER," f
Expert Piano and Organ Tuner, J
Or iersntA Kj.1-wi!r mane store or
Jm. A.. Day. oop Commercial hotai.
THE GREATEST BOOK OF THE AGE!
Should be In Every Home and Library.
Is written by Right Hon. William Ewart Gladstone,
Ji-rreraier oi ivreai nriiian ana xremna, joesierr ;
Eng.; Rev. A. H. Sayce. Queen's College. Oxford, Eng.: i
Rev. Samuel Ives Curtiss, D. D. Chicago Theological
Seminary, Chicago. 111.; Rev. Frederic W. Farrar.D.D., I
F.R.S., Dean of Canterbury, Canterbury, Eng.: Rev
Elmer H. Capen, D.D., Tufts College, Somerville, Mass.;
Rev. Frank W. Gunsaulus, I. 1., Armour Institute,
Chicago, 111.; Rev. George F. Pentecost, D.D., Maryle
bone Presbyterian Church. London, hue.; Rev. R. S.
Mac Arthur, D.D., Calvary Baptist Church, New York
City, N. Y-; Rev. Martyn Summerbell, D.D., Main
Street Free Baptist Church, Lewiston, Me.; Rev. Frank
M Bristol, D.D., First Methodist Episcopal Church,
Evanston.IU.; Rev. W. T. Moore, LL.D. ''The Chris
tian Commonwealth," London, Eng.; Rev. Edward
Everett Hale, D.D., South Congregational Church,
Boston, Mass.; Rev. Joseph Agar Beet, D.D., Wesieyan.
College, Richmond, Eng.; Rev. Caspar Rene Gregory.
Leipzig University, Leipzig, Germany; Rev. ra
Cleaver Wilkinson, D.D., University of Chicago, Chi
cago, 111.; Rev. Samuel Hart, P.IX, Trinity College,
Hartford, Conn.; Rev. J. Monro Gibson, D.D.. St. John's
Wood Presbyterian Church, London, Eng.: Rev. George
-i T Ti n Tha Tumnla Ttswtnn Mnaa
( POPILAR'EUITION 042 pHges, 57 fill-page illustra-
I tions, gilt edges, ciotn, 74.au; nan levant. o.w run
Qi ARTO FUITION 1,260 pages, 200 full-page lllnstra
tions.8tyle A gilt edges, full levant, one volume,
$15.00; Style B two volumes, full levant, tufted, $20.00:
in 16 PARTS, quarto size, review questions to each, stiff
paper covers, sewed, trimmed slightly, $1.00 each part.
For sale at all bookstores and by booksellers. For
turther information, write HENRY a SHEPARD.
Publisher, 212 and 211 Monroe Street. Chicago, Illinois.
STEEL OR IRON We make either, h 1 r .-"oi-mend
STEEL, It lining sii'H?r or i ir. n in
many particulars audinfeiior in o
Write for Circulars of The Truai PateiM Auto
matic ORE CARS.
SCHAW, INGRAM, BATCHER i CO .
- iauram.nto Cs.
Ely's Crssm DaSsn fg8gji
contains r.o coc;c, t'X y j vP'y.i' :'2
WANTED Trustworthy and active
gentlemen or ladies to travel for re
sponsible, established house in Ari
zona. Monthly f65 and expenses. Po
sition steady. Reference. Enclose
self addressed stamped envelope. The
Dominion Company, Dept. Y. Chicago.
STRAYED To Bennitfs addition,
one black work mule, weighing about
800 pounds, branded C. R. on left
thigh. Owner call and pay pasture
bill to D. W. Steele.
FOR SALE Good saddle and driv
ing mare; also saddle and bridle; the
outfit at a bargain. Call Vinson's
stables, corner First avenue and Mad
ison. FOR SALE A lady's driving mare,
dark chestnut sorrel, 7 years old and
perfectly safe for ladies and children
to drive. Mrs. Lottie Sidell, second
house west of railroad on Jefferson.
LOST On Wednesday, February 16,
a leather case with E. R. P. carved
upon it, containing pair of eye-glasses.
Reward at Santa Fe office.
FOR RENT Unfurnished btick
cottage, very desirable location, five
rooms, screened in room, halls and
porches. Rent reasonable. Inquire
332 North Fifth street.
FOR SALE 300 ash trees from
to 2 inches diameter. Apply to F.
Cocker, Box 818, Phoenix .
FOR SALE Apiary, 130 stands
of bees, good extracting house,
extractor, tanks, lumber, etc. Also
300 ash trees from to 2
inches diameter. Apply to F.
Cocker, Box 818, Phoenix.
WANTED For typewriting and ste
nography and Remington typewriter,
a purchaser; J25 to $50 work monthly
guaranteed. Free office room. All for
$75 cash. Unusual opportunity. Ad
dress "Permanency," this office.
FOR SALE Thoroughbred red
Irish setter pup, three months old.
Inquire No. 18 North First street, W.
WANTED By middle aged man,
position as bookkeeper. Cash bond
if required. Address B., this office.
WANTED Dress making, by the
day. Highest references. Call 336
E. Madison street.
WANTED A woman to cook in
small hotel. Address K. M. Drais,
WANTED To rent a good piano
for four to six months; to buy two
small 'horses for saddle and harness.
44 South Third avenue.
WANTED Trustworthy and active
gentlemen or ladies to travel for re
sponsible, established house in Ari
zona. Monthly $65 and expenses. Po
sition steady. Reference. Enclose
self addressed stamped envelope. The
Dominion Company, Dept Y, Chicago.
LOST At the Illinois picnic, Feb
ruary 12, a black cape, trimmed with
braid. Finder please return to Phoe
nix Light and Fuel company.
For Rent Three desirable rooms,
nicely furnished for light housekeep
ing. Location one of the best for
health seekers. No children. At the
end of the street car line, 1618 East
S. A. Howe,
-Six octave piano-organ,
opposite electric ' light
WANTED Country boarders, loca
tion high and dry; above irrigation;
good accommodations. Address Box
FOR SALE Great sacrifice, 8-room
modern brick house with furniture;
lot 50x137, beautiful shade and
lawn, barn and woodshed, only two
blocks from postofflce. Rents easily
for $40 per month. On account of sick
ness all goes for $3,000, one-half cash,
balance terms to suit purchaser. If
you are looking for a snap investigate.
Address "Bargain," care Republican
FOR SAUE CHEIAJP A new 1838
model No. 5 Yost typewriter. P. O.
STRANGERS wishing desirable
rooms, residence or 'board, are wel
come to tbe revised city list at the
intelligence office, 17 North First Ave.
9 to 12 m. Information free. Citl
zens will do well to report accom
modations they may now have.
FOR RENT Six room cottage. Good
location. Electric lights. FurniuirP
for sale. Inquire corner Washington
aud First streets. S. B. Rigajan.
WANTED Boarders, one or two ia
private family. Bright sunny rooms,
healthful location, use of family
horse if desired. Price reasonable
Address P. M., Republican.
FOR SAL.E Drug store. I have for
S2le in a good town nn Arizona, stock
of drugs, sundries, pjuen't .medicine,
shelving, etc. A goodl ehanca tar a
doctor or drug man; low rent. Price
way down for cash. Good reason, for
selling. Address or call on H. H.
Travis & Co., 205 Wesvt Washington
FURNISHED house for rent. A
brick of five rooms, bath room and
closed-in porch. City water, tlectric
lights and furnished reaidy far house
keeping. A pretty place in splendid
location, $50 per momh to right partf.
421 W. Van Buren.
NICELY furnished front roome at
56 and upward. West End hwuse,
Seventh avenue and Washingtoa St.
Also unfurnished rooms.
STAR LODGING HOUSE Henry
Rixen, Prop. Good beds 26c. Liber
ally furnished with all modern im
provements. A well appointed barber
shop in connection. Southwest cor
ner Jackaon and First Sts., one block
east of Santa Fe depot.
Ta Care v'onstlpstrton Forever.
Tnl:&(?asc-:ir cs C:iuiiv Cathnrt ic 10o rr rz&
it C. C. C. 1:1 lo -are. r fuml u.w-cT-
'II F. CU1LD3, M, D., Phyncian and Surgeon
JL Thirty )eara experi.Me in xnoiin.
One of the best diagnosticians in A me J ca
l':eits diseases scieutifillj . OffiM boars 10
to 12 a. m., I to 4 and 7 to p. m. Do aot forget
ihe number, 224 West tVasaiugian street.
DR. S D. BhLb-Formeriy .t butler, Pa.
Oflicc Irvine BuildinE :oom 7 Resi
uence y;j-.l W. Washington SI. Cor , 10th. arenue.
rlours3.40 to 10 a to. . to 4. o. u. 8. t 9. p. m.
DttO 1. PLATH Phyiciu ana surgeon,
Spssial attention t treatment ol aiseasen
oi throat and lungs, h. K. corner Waahingtou
and tiecoud streets. Te exhone 14.
MAD.tMK CARROLL, spiritual m dium. ol
San francisco, 232 ast Auatns. Can
t-e cousutied "it all matters. .Locating mine a
specUl y. Office n-mrs from 10 a. m. to 4 p.m.
and fioin 7 to In p. m.
EfifURjTDWARl)f-Attorney at law
XX No-ary public. 305 3u6. i teming building
third floor. Phumix Arizona
Jerry Millar. tvaltkr Bbnnktt
VfliiLAY BSNNETT Attornejs-at-La
lYl Kooms 16 aud 17 Pluming building.
SA. UAV1SOU !tty Kuziiieer.room. M
. iuoa block
WE.CatO, Doctarof Dental Surgery.
. Office, room 4, Lewis b.eck, 18 West
HJ. .18330?, DBMriSi OBoe Porter?uild
. tne, c iruer Washington and Centet Sis.
Rooms 14 and 16.
JC. NORTON, D. V M., VETERINAIRY
physicfai,surge r and dantUt. Residence
i.127N. ForthAv. Office, ground floor, Men.
ihon block. No. 44 W. Wsaingr.o St., Phe
nix. Ofl.ce hsurs 10 to 12 a. m . 1 to 4 b. m.
FO. RICHMOND, M. D. C , Phoenix. Aria ,
. Vet- rinary Buegeon and Dentist diseases
or all Domestic Animals scientifically treated.
Residence t3 west Van Buren ttreet. Offiee
a: th Golden Eagle stable eeeend near Wash
ington street. Telephone No. 100 No cbnrge
lor comsultanon. Agent for the Hors Reyiew.
GARDEN CITY RESTADRANI
THE OLDEST IN THE CITY.
Enjoys the best standing with tradesmen. Buyi
orery thing at spot cash nriee and drives
THE I J EHT iSSo AIJOA-J.
Tuck, Hing & Co.
22 and 24 Washington Bt.. East of Jacobs A Co
Private rooms for families. Tickets. 4.6C:
Stnele meals. 25c
G. BIANCHI. Prop.
South S?con3 street, between Washington and
Jefferson, east side of citv plaza.
FINE WISES A SPECIALTY.
Nice private room.
New It fitted up.
s. r. cooper
Offices; IS and lCOTTEN BLOCK
Office Hours. 9.00 a. m. to 12 m. -
, 1.3U o, m. to 4.3U p. m.
J THE RICHELIEU
i SCOTT & FLETCHER.
Good Things to Drink
And a Bite to Eat.
21 South Center St.,
The lamp et learning has shown ut
why the Teeth need dally care, and re
vealed the usefulness ot Soxodont for
nearly forty yeais
HALL & RUCKLh,
iToprietors, New York
A sampls of Sozodont and Sosoderma
Soap for the postage, three ceota.
Mention Tbe Arizona Republican.
6CS. 1 H1RSCHF1ELD, Ylif.
Imported and Domestic
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Arizona and South Eastern Ry.
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850pm lv PHOENIX. ar 7:10 m
8:30 p m '.Tempe 7:10km
8 :4o p in Peterson 7m am
S :So p m Kyiene 6:46 am
9:20 pm Sacaton 6:rfam
9:40 p m ar Ifailcoaa. It tmo a m
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l:Jdam ........ ocson...... 2:56am
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7:05 pm Houston 8:35 a a
7 :r5 a m ew Orltana 8:20pm
10:25 pm Washington 10:00 pm
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East aonnd F.om Kart '
3:!Opm .Kl Paso 1 10:16 am
6:30pm Dalit. 6:50a m
7:15 pm St Loi 9:40am
:7:35am ar ..Chicago It 9:10p m
Tram WeBt Wat bound
10:08 pm ar .Maricopa It 5:37am
5:00 pm Yuma. 11:20 am
1:15 am Los Amelea 9:20 pm
5:20 pm PrcFBO. 11:10 am
9:00 am Sin Francisco :pm
6:00 pm Portland . 9:Ma m
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AH traias run dally, ana will atop at an
paint an slcaal. .
jra. l car necta wlta "Baaaet T.tmixwi" .
Niuinmesatiiuo ma ays.
Ma. 2 aannects with "Saaaet Limited"
ana jaecaavs ana rnaayi.
, inua na. i caanecta mia southern FaeMa
U, paisincMarlcaBa at 10:08 V. m. Train No .
aannects with Southern Paoiflo 20, paama
Uaricepa at 6:32 a. at. Connection BMW at '
aieaa with atagea for eldfiela. Cannecsta
Bade at Phatnix for Cengreaa. Present and ad
painta in northern Arixona via the 8. F.,r.aV
Pullman Palace Sleeninc Car n traim l '
1 and 2 between Phcenlz and Maricopa.
N. K.MA8TEN. B. F.PORTKR.
President. Acting dank
M m. BICKNZLXj. Oon. Pasa. Art.
Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix Rj,
Santa Fe System.
Shortest and qniekeat route Between Phoenix,
AAuao vit, ow ajou. i.Qicago ana JCAol Jum
S. F. P. & P. TIME TABLE. MO OK
THROUGH TIME TABU. DATB
4:0plT..8an Francisco.. r 6:45p Tnaa
10:0Ja It Moiave ... ar 4.15a Tnaa
It. ...Ban Diego ar
y...LfUB Angeles. ..ar
It Bart, taw ar
It. ..The Needles, ar
it Kingman ar
;r Ascron.... IV
10:Uks) t Chicago ai
10 30. St. Louts
11:24-. ....Kansas City.
i ti- Gallop
:C0 .1 We4
5;OOil Tnca '
toa .rl !
It. ..Ash Folk ,.ar
7. SO a
. .Kock Butte .
Ar. . . Prescott . . 1.t
Ar. ..Phoenix. . .Lv
Tha aniy North and South Lii;e in irii
tiamtHBg and reaehim? the xaoit intaradaUBw
aeaslaB, iaaladlBg. the great 8alt KiTer Tallay.
rhrent-a tiakeU to aU points in the United
tales, Canada and Mexlse.
- Ceaaeetlag at Jerome Jnaetion' wlta traina
al U. T. A P; U'y ler JaranM.
Ai Pieseott with atasa liaes for all
pnaipal atlslng samM: at Congress Ji
Mas with cengress eoid Co. R E. for Coai
aad stag Unas ior Harfaa Bala, Btantoa
At Hat Springs JnnT7 aJUt theC C. 1
T. Co.. .tag line for Casne Creek Hot Barl
the naw an tne rear Beaut a reor
At Pheaalx with the M. A P. a.
for paints ii the & P. system. J
i. M. MURPHY, (iaO.M.SARf
Pres. & Gen. Mgr. Gen'l Fr'tA Paa
Prescott. A its. Pre sc.
R. K. WKLI, X W. GILlV
Asst. Gen'l Mgt. Oen'l A.r
Prescott Aria. Phcanlx. Aria.
Southern Pacific Co.
(PACIFIC ST ST KM.
Commencing April 5, IS 7, trains will lea
tf aricopa as follows:
Alt A.M. Tuesdays and Fridays -FUBae
4tVMl Limited" for Los Angeles, San Fran
cisco and all California points.
5 0f A.M. DAILY PACIFIC EX PRIOR
lOC ior poiuts in California, NeTaaa,
-l (ty P. A. M. DAILY MIXED TRaINVOm
J Tncson, Benson. Lordsbnrg, Daaa
ma, Kl Paso and intermediate 3tations.
8 4 f P. M. DAILY MIXED THAIM FOB
lcU OUa Bend and lntermediatestatkma
7.0 C P M. DAILY MIXED TRAIN FOB
. & I J Kl Paso and all way stations.
t i HO P. M.DAILY NBWORLBAM8BX.
I V.VO press for Tucson. Benson, Demlng,
airaso.oaTi aswniu, nousKonann newurteasiB.
1 n.ftT P- M. Tuedaj s and Fridays "Bub
lU;r set Limited" for El Paso, Fart
M orth St. Louis, Chicago and all point east.
T. H. GOODMAH, .
Gen. Pass. Art.
Gila ViUey, Globe St Sorihern R. R.fJ
t Kt. Thomas
Bail N. Ranch....
Big Wind Mill
12 r 4
Ar Bowie Ly.
Treins Na 1 mil t ran dailT ezeeat 8nnlaV
Tiains los. un-" -nect at Gercnlmo wiiv
tage from aud to rian Carlos and Glob
(Tains Nor I and 2 make connections at Bowi
with Southern Pacific trains 19 and 20 foraj
noinv eaut and wert.