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THE ARIZONA BEPtTBIilCAK: TUESDAY MORKIITOj rEBEUAET 7, 1899.
6 Ctumson Rims "We note with unalloyed delight As we patiently journey along, That we are nearly always right 'And the other fellow's wrong." Now if we're not right; if there's anything wrong about the repair bi cycles at our she?, if you think you have any kick coming, it won't be fair to keep it to yourself and bi-oort over it. fWe want you to let us know. Wo have no mind reader, and you must tell us what's wrong. iive us a chance to make it right. Bicycles sold, rented and repaired. THE BICYCLE STORE, TEMPE, ARIZONA. I SOUTH SIDE. TEMPE. Walter Wilbur -was down from Mesa yesterday afternoon. Leon Crowther left on 'Saturday for his old home in Vermont. ' A. A. Walsworth and J. J. Hodnett were business visitors at Phoenix yes terday afternoon. (Four cars of cattle were shipped out from here Sunday night, and last night the shipments consisted of nine carloads of cattle and four cars of hay. The Tempe 'Social club will give a big masquerade dance at the armory hall Friday evening, February 17. The price of admission will be only 75 cents. Mrs. O. W. Stewart of Chicago will give a free lecture in the armory hall Tuesday evening, February 7, at 7:30 o'clock. The subject will he "'Equal Suffrage." ' Mrs. Stewart is here visit ing friends and resting from an ex tensive lecturing tour throughout Illi nois, where she has done very accept able work for the Woman's Christian Temperance Union as national lec turer. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart will leave the latter part of the week for Califor nia and this will be. Mrs. Stewart's only appearance before a Tempe audi ence. Those who have heard her in the east say she "is a fine speaker. Everybody is invited. W. A. Bolton has closed the sale of a few acres of land west of town be longirv to J. M. Gonzales. The buyer was Carmen !B. Encinas. Mr. Bolton yesterday sold 200 steers to Ben Gold man. The average price was $30. (Whea the Odd Fellows' building started there were those who predicted "that the third story would never be reached. The third story is up and looks beautiful. , MESA. The Klondyke lunch counter began operations yesterday. Those registered at the' Alhambra are: D. M. Freeman, Phoenix; Fred Rock, Phoenix; C. R. Hamilton, L. S. TWunnil, L. R. White, Phoenix; W. R. Ford, Mesa. The PJienix drummers were in Mesa yesterday taking -orders. , Orvil Wing spent yesterday at his place in Lehi. George P. Dykes will begin this week a tour of the schools of 'Maricopa county with his. gramaphpnf. Mr. Dykes will' entertain i the school chil dren with all manner of productions on his instrument. Wool is beginning to' pile up 'on the warehouse platform. Forty bales'' 'are now piled up. The benefits derived from the isplen did atmospheric conditions of Mesa are most pleasingly brought to mind ,by Mr. iHirth of 'Hirth, Gross & Co., cattle dealers of Grand Rapids. Mich. (Mr. Hirth 'takes delight in telling of his improvement in ihealth since he came to Mesa, and is a warm advocate of it as a place to winter. CANADA'S WOOD PULP Government Disposed to Impose an Export Duty. Montreal, Feb. 6. The appointment to the international commission of Mr. Payne of New York and the protest of the American Newspaper Association against the dirty on paper pulp have attracted attention here, as the prov ince of Quebec is vitally interested in the pulp question, its pulp wood areas being vast. ' There are now in opera tion or coming into operation many large factories for the production of pulp, while in New Brunswick, On tario and Quebec several companies have ambitious schemes in process of development. English capitalists are turning their attention to this country as a field for investment in paper making enterprises. In the past the Canadian manufact urer has been unable to compete in the American markets with- the vast paper-making concerns of the - United States on account of the duty on the finished product, and he has felt it a sore grievance that at the same time the American maker was allowed to draw unlimited supplies of the raw material of paper, spruce wood, from Canada without giving any return therefor. Not only was this so, but from his ready access to this cheap raw material he was enabled to set up vast concerns across the border espec ially designed for certain line&r of pa- per only, and thus undersell the Can adian maker both of pulp ,and paper in the English markets. There has been no open agitation of late in favor of an export duty on pulp wood on the manufacturers' part, but they have laid their views before the government, and it seems to be well understood that failing some agree ment as an outcome of the conference of the international commissioners an export duty would be at once imposed. A leading manufacturer also points out that It is quite within the compe tence of the Quebec government to im pose an increased stumpage duty on pulp wood areas, granting a substan tial rebate when the wood was manu factured In the country. This would partly serve the object of the export duty, as do the regulations of the On tario government in regard to lumber, without bringing into force the retali atory clauses of the Dingley bill. The absence of any agitation is evi dence of an understanding with the government. Mr. Payne is expected to be able to influence the settlement of the pulp question. "In the dispute about the duties on wood pulp," says the Montreal Herald, "it is more than probable the Cana dian commissioners will be enabled to leave the fight for better terms in the hands of the American newspapers. The American Newspapers" Associa tion, representing 157 daily news papers, and therefore the greater part of the consumption of print paper in the United States, is working with might and main against the paper and pulp trust, which is at present credited with having blocked the negotiations. The trust, moreover, has, through its agents, boasted of its ability to pre vent the ratification of any treaty that interferes with the duties on paper and pulp. But the newspapers have not accepted this statement as final, and are doing their best to in fluence the commission and congress in the opposite direction." :o: HE BROKE THE BANK. Denver, Colo., Feb. 5. Chas. Whit ney's winnings resulted in the closing of a gambing house here la3t night by the police. Whitney is a Fort Worth, Tex., cat tleman and won $17,000. After the rush of the stockgrowers' convention was over he took $300 from his pocket and shaking it in the face of a friend, remarked: "I'll have enough money to go home in a private car before I get through and drive six white horses to a tandem up the streets of Fort. Wrorth." The Texan won every time he put his money down. He cashed in $5,000 at first, took a rest and went back. This time he walked out of the placj with $3,000 more than he went in with. On the next trip he won $4,000 and on his last trip the bank raised his win nings to $17,000. MARKET7 REPORTS. LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. Wholesale Prices Current. EGGS. BUTTER AND CHEESE. EGGS Ranch, $5.505.75 per case; Eastern, $55.50. " BUTTER Ranch, per lb, 2025c; Maricopa creamery, 25c. CHEESE Eastern, full creani, per lb, 1618c; home, 10llc BEANS. BEANS Per cwt.. small white, $3 3.25; pinks, $3.253.50; Lima, $5.25 5.50. POTATOES, ONIONS AND VEGE TABLES. POTATOES $1.S52; red Bweet potatoes, $1.65 per cwt.; Early Rose, $2.502.75. ONIONS California. $2.252.50 per cwt.; French artichokes, $1.502 per doz. VEGETABLES Beets, per cwt., $1.40; turnips, $1.15 per hundred; cel ery, $11.25 per doz.; green chili, per lb, 40c; evaporated chilis, per lb, 15c; green onions, per doz. hunches, 25c; radishes, per doz. bunches'", 25c; spinach, per doz., 25c; tomatoes, per lb, 15c; string beans, 17c; green peas, 15c; cabbage, $3.503.75 per cwt.; cauliflower, per lb, 6c; lettuce, 1025c per doz.; Brussel sprouts, 1720c per lb; French artichokes, 1015c. DRIED FRUITS, NUTS, RAISINS. RAISINS London layers, per box, $1.75; loose, per lb, 45c; seedless Sultanas, 6y28c. DRIED FRUITS Apples, evapo rated fancy, per lb, 11c; peaches, fancy, 78c;,;Choice, 67c; pears, fancy evaporated, 7c; plums, pitted, choice, 8c; prunes, choice, 7c; fancy, 9 10c. NUTS Walnuts, paper shells, 12V2c; fancy soft shells, 1212c; al "monds, 1213c; pecans, 9c; Alberts, 1213e; Brazils, 12c; pinones, ll12c; peanuts, eastern roasted, ll12c; raw, 810c; home raw, 78c; roasted, 1012c; chestnuts, 1720c per lb. FRESH FRUIT AND BERRIES. Lemons, fancy, per case, $3.404; Arizona navels, fancy, per case, 3.00(0)3.75; Arizona Jaffa, fancy, per case, $2.502.75; Arizona grape fruit, $ .751.25 per doz.; bananas, $3.254 per bunch; California apples, per box, $1.902.25; guavas, 15c per 'basket. Strawberries, Arizona Everbearing, per lb basket, 15c; Arizona olives, ripe and green $ .801.10 per gallon. FRESH MEATS. Beef, per lb, 7V2c; veal per lb, 8c; mutton per lb, 8c; fresh pork, 7c. GRAIN AND hAt, WHEAT Per cental, for shipping, $1.201.30. HAY Per ton, loose alfalfa, $10.00; baled alfalfa per ton, $1111.50. BARLEY $1.40 per cwt. ROLLED BARLEY $1.60. FLOUR AND FEEDSTUFFS. FLOUR Per bbl., local extra roller process, $4.59; graham, $2.50 per cwt.; whole wheat flour, $2.50 per cwt. CORN MEAL White, $2.25 per cwt.; yellow, $2.50 per cwt. FEEDSTUFFS. Bran, per ton, $15; rolled barley, $1.15 per sack. '" POULTRY AND GAME. POULTRY Hens, good heavy, per doz, $3.754.25; turkeys, live, 12Vzc; turkeys, dressed, 14c; Pekin ducks, live, per doz., $5.50; geese, 10c per lb, live. HAMS 1010c for medium, 10 10y2c for large. DRY SALT PORK Per lb, 84 LARD Kettle rendered leaf. 60s, $4.50; 10s, $5.40; 5s, 5.45; 3s. $5.50. HONEY AND BEESWAX. HONEY Comb in frames, per lb, 10c; strained, per case, $5.506. BEESWAX Per lb, 2224c. .... , .; COFFEES AND SUGARS. -COFFEES Rio, 1315c; Central American, 1820e; Peaberry, 2022c; Mocha and Java, 3031; Arbuckle's, $13.0013.20 a case. SUGARS Granulated cane, per owt., 77c; cube, 7vg7c; pow dered, 714c; C, 6?4c per lb. t S? ISESSSJ' 'OIE ESTHER BE. a.- ire n xi v. chance of Iiet. Curt guaranteed in 1 to 3 days. Small plain p it. JP TTT "jC a-e- v mail . BEN L. BEAR, Sole Agent 118 and 129 E. Washington St., Pbeenlx, Ariz-, HIDES, WOOL AND TALLOW. HIDES Dry. llMie per lb; kip, 10c; calf, 14c; hull, 5c. WOOL Nominal. TALLOW Per lb, No. 1, 2c. PROVISIONS. BACON Breakfast fancy, per lb. I010c. HAM 10llc. THE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Los Angeles, Feb. 6. Live stock per pound, beeves, 23; hogs, 44V&; lambs per head. $2(5)2.25; sheep per cwt-. $2.50(Ft)3.75; calves per pound. Kansas City. Feb. G. Cattle Re ceipts, 4.000; the market was steady t;i shade lower; native s'teers, $3.90 5.50; Texas steers, $2.504.80; Texas cows, $2.503.3a; native cOsvs and heifers, $2.754.10; stockers and feed ers. $2.854.90; bulls, $2.504. Sheet) Receipts, 3,000; the market was steady; lambs, $3.855; muttons, $34.20. Chicago, Feb. 6. Fancy cattle, $5.906.10: choice steers, $5.505.85; medium, $1.754.95; beef steers. $3.90 4.70; stackers and feeders, $34.80; bulls, $2.704.25; cows and heifers, $3.304; western feed steers, $45.60; Texans, $3.604.90; calves, $4.90 7.25. Poor to iprime sheep, $2.504.35; yearlings, $4.204.50; inferior tochoice l&mbs, $45. Receipts Cattle, 14,600; sheep, 2.003. THE GRAIN MARKET. Chicago, Feb. 6. Wheat May, 7272; July, 70. Corn May, 37; July. 37 37; 'September, 38. Oats May, 28; July, 2626V8. PRICE COPPER. New York, Feb. 6. 'Conner was strong, with $17.50 bid and S17.75 asked. THE SILVER MARKET. San Francisco, Feb. 6. Silver bars, 59; Mexican dollars, 474S. In the Probate Court -of Maricopa County, Territory 'of Aiizona. In the Matter ol the Estate oi Josephine Elvey, (Deceased). Orler to ytaow Cause Why Sale of Real Estate Should Not be Made. Comes now Thomas K. Elvey administrator of the estate of said Josephine Elvey deceased, and files in this Court a petition praying for an order of sale of certain real estate belonging to the estate of said deceased for the purposes of paying the debts of said deceased, and tue claims "against said es tate, and the costs and charges of ad ministration, and having .asked for a day to be fixed by this Court for hearing said peti tion, whereupon It is hereby Ordered by the Court that Wednesday the Sth day of February, A. 1)., 1899, at the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the Court Room of said Court, in the City of Phoenix, County of Maricopa, and Ter ritory of Arizona, has been lixed by this Court as the time and tjie place set for the hearing of said petition, and any and all persons inter ested in said estate are hereby notiiied to be and appear before the Court at said time and pi-ice and, then aiid there tv Show Cause if any they have' why said administrator t-ho;ild not be granted an order to sell so much and such portions of said real estate as may be necessary tor the purposes above mentioned, aud as pray ed for in said petition. It is further Ordered that a Copy of this Order be published in The Arizona Republi can, a newspaper of general circulation primed and published in said County, onie a week for four weeks. I)one in v)pen Court this 10th davof January, A, D., 18K9. W. S. SCOTT, Probate Judge. In the Probate Court of Maricopa Countv Territory of Arizona. In the Matter of the Estate of O. L. Gibbs (De ceased). Order to Show Cause Why Sale of Real Estate Should Not be Mode. Comes now 'J homas V. Pemberton, adminis trator of the estate of said O. L. Gibbs deceased, ami tiles in this.Court a petition praying foi an order of sale of certain real estate belonging to the estate of said deceased for the purposes of paying the debts of said deceased, and the claims against said estate, and the costs and charges of administration, and having asked for a day to be fixed by this Court for hearing said petition, whereupon It is hereby ordered bv the CouTt that Wednesday iheSth day of February, A. I)., it, at the houf of ltt o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the Court Room of said Court, in the City of Phoenix, Conuty of Maricopa, and Ter ritory of Arizona, has been lixed by this Court as the time and the place set for the hear ng of said petition, ami any and all persons inter ested in said estate are hereby nofihed to be and appear before the Court at said time and' place'aud then and there Show Cause if any they have why said administrator should not be grained an order to sell so much and such portions of fraid real estate as may be neces sary for the purposes above mentioned, and a3 prayed for m said petition. jt is lurtner oraerea tnat a copyoi misu-acr be published in The Arizona Republican, a newspaper of general circulation printed and published in said County, once a week for four weeks. Done in Open Court this 10th day of January, A. IX 1899. W, S. SCOTT, Probate Judge. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Barnev A. P'Poo, deceased: Notice is hereby given by the undersigned Executor of the last will of the said deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within 4 monthsafter the first publication of this notice to the said Executor at the law office of L. H. Chalmers, in the Fleming Building, Phoenix, Arizona, the same being the place for Ihe transaction of the business of said estate, in said County of Maricopa. OSCAR B. P'POOAL. Executor of the last will and teslament ol Barney A P'Pool, deceased. 1'ated this 26th day of January, 1899. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estats of James T. Simms deceased: Noiice is hereby given by ihe undersigned Executors of the "last will and testament of James T. Simms deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims agaimt the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within M months after ihe first pub lication of this notice to the said Executors at the law office of ('. F. A-'nsworth iheir attorney, over "The Valley Bank" in the City of Phoenix, Arizona, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said.estate, in said County of Maricopa. t ii.-i.pijn.rt r. oleums ana GEO. T. BROSIUS, Executors of the last will and testament of James T. Simms deceased. . Dated this 12th day ot January, 1899. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against the Phoenix Plumbing company (a corporation) lately doing business in the city of Phoenix, Maricopa county. Arizona Ter ritory, to present the same with the vouchers thereof duly verified, to the subscriber, G. H. Hirsehleld, who has been duly appointed assignee of said Phoenix Plumbing company for tne benefit of its creditors, at hi3 place of business in the city of Phoenix, Ari zona Territory, on, or before the 7th day of July, 1899. G. H. HIRSCHFELD, Assignee. Dated Phoenix, Arizona, the 5th day of January, 1899. , . ; PUBLIC NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that on the Sth day of January, 1899, in pursuance of a resolution, adopted by the common council of the city of Phoenix, Ari zona, the undersigned, J. C. Adams, mayor of the city of Phoenix, filed in the district court of the Third judicial district of the territory of Arizona, in and for the county of Maricopa, a pe tition addressed to said court praying that the following described territory, adjoining the - present limits of the city of Phoenix, Arizona, may be an nexed to said city, and be rrade a part thereof, viz: The southeast quarter of Section 6, in Township 1 Nd-th, Range 3 East. Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian Lines, in Maricopa county, Arizona. That the hearing of said petition will be had at the November term, A. D., 1S38, of said court, at the court house in the city of Phoenix, county of Mari copa, and territory of Arizona. J. C. ADAMS, Mayor of the City of Phoenix. A .T. PUBLIC NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that on the 6 th day of January, 1899, in pursuance of a resolution adopted by the common council of the city of Phoenix, Arizona, the undersigned, J. C. Adams- mayor of the city of Phoenix, filed in the district court of the Third judicial district of the territory of Arizona, in and for the county of Maricopa, a petition ad dressed to said court praying that tho following described territory, adjoin ing the present limits of the city ot Phoenix, Arizona, may be annexed to said city, and be made a part thereof, viz: The Southwest Quarter -f Section 5, in Township 1 North, Range 3 East, Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian Lines, in Maricopa county, Arizona. That the hearing of said petition will be had at the November term, A. D., 1898, of said court, at the court house in the city of Phoenix, county of Mari copa, and territory of Arizona. J. C. ADAMS, Mayor of the City of Phoenix, A. T. PUBLIC NOTICE. Notice is hereby given .that on the 6th day of January, 1899, in pursuance of a resolution adopted by the common council of the city of Phoenix, Arizona, the undersigned, J. C. Adams, mayor of the city of Phoenix, filed in the district court of the Third judicial district of the territory of Arizona, in and "or the county of Maricopa, a petition ad dressed to said court praying that the following described territory, adjoin ing the present limits of the city of Phoenix, Arizona, may be annexed to said city, and be made a part thereof, viz: The Southwest Quarter of Section 4, in Township 1 North, Range 3 East, Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian Lines, in Maricopa county, Arizona. That the hearing of said petition will be had at the November term, A. D., 1898, of said court at the court house in the city of Phoenix, county of Mari copa, and territory of Arizona, J. C. ADAMS, . Mayor of the City of Phoenix, A. T. PUBLIC NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that on the 6 th day of January, 1899, in pursuance of a resolution adopted by the common council of the city of Phoenix, Arizona, the undersigned, J. C. Adams, mayor of the city of Phoenix, filed in the district court of the Third judicial district of the territory of Arizona, in and for the county of Maricopa, a petition ad dressed to said court praying that the following described territory, adjoin ing the present limits of the city of Phoenix, Arizona, may be annexed to said city, and be made a part thereof, viz: ! The Northwest Quarter of Section 9, in Township 1 North, Range 3 East, Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian Lines, in Maricopa county, Arizona. That the hearing of said petition will be had at the November term, A. D., 1S98, of said court, at the court house in the city of Phoenix, county of Maricopa, and territory of Arizona. J.C. ADAMS; Mayor of the City of Phoenix, A. T. Everybody takes the Texas Pacific and Iron Mountain Rente To Chicago, St. Louis, New Orleans, New York, Washington, Philadel phia, Kansas City and ALL POINTS EAST Because it la the shortest. Its equip ment is superior. It has the best scenery. It has courteous and polite trainmen. Its connections can. be de pended upon. , It has the reputation Df being the most popular line in the South. These are a few reasons why peopU prefer it. If you wish time cards, rates or Information pertaining to freight or passenger business, apply to BS. P. TXJRNBR, G. P. &T. Agt., Dallas Tex B. F. DARBTSHIRE, 8. W. F. & P. A., " El Paso, Tex. JOHN C. LEWIS, T. P. A., Austin. Tex The Phoenix , Short Line has resumed its Sunday excursions from Mesa and Tempe to Phoe nix. Train No. 6 win De neia ai Mesa City" until 4:30, leaving Tempe at 5, arriving at Phoenix 5:30. a ram JNO. 7, due to leave Phoenix at 5 p. m., will be held until after the band concert and will leave Phoenix about 9:30 p. m., local time, and rate of one fare will be made for the round trio. Rend io ai-vfi-tispments in The Re publican and learn the name and loca tion of the houses which are aovng me till oiTl.se a ttlO tTWTl- YOU Will find the name cX every successful business firm in the city in the aaverti3 ng col umns. ' .. WHY? South Side Business Directory "HENRY'S PLACE FINEST LUNCH ROOMS IN TEMPE. , OYSTERS in any style. A. J PETERS WH EAT, BARLEY, ALFALFA, GRAIN HAY "VZi or CEREALS, Special prices on large contracts. Correspondence solicited TEMPE Good EeJs All kinds ot drinks at the bar. Tempe, - - Arizona MEW MANAGEMEMT. New Service and Newly Arranged and Equipped Throughout, The Best Meal in the City 25c Board fey the Week $4.50, TOUM SOUNG. Proprietor. The Atmosphere of Mesa - is High, Dry and Pure. THE Affords Special accommodations for WINTER TOURISTS and; the Traveling Public. Is the Largest and best in the Valtey outside of Phoenix. r, rWFirst-Class Faed stable In connection with Hotel. Horses boarded by day, week: or month. JUST RECEIVED, T7ALENTINES for the Ugly and the Good, for the , Rich and the Poor. Box Papers for Adults and juveniles. Your Corns Cured for tO cents, in the bargain. - ROOT'S DRUG STORE. Hi JOHN BIDDLECOME. Everything New Furniture, House and Management. No Invalids taken. Large Spacious Porches, botli -stories, front and rear. LrK(JL.XiKih.b.,:AJND LrJlJN I S FURNISHINGS -J Hay and Grain A. Bought. ? BARNETT AMONG OTHER ..OTTJR, INGOTS OF HATS..! Our prices are right, else we would be an imposition on the public. . ' Bicycles and Supplies, Guns, Ammunition and Sporting Goods of all Kinds. S.W.J.BOWEN -PROPRIETOR- Mesa Bioycle Store Sewing Machines, Guns and Gasoline Stoves Repaired. Saws Filed. CHEAP AND GOOD. 10 acres good land, best water rights, J450. 5 acres near town, frame house, with water, $750. 20 acres, brick house, orchard, well', water right, $1,800. 160 acres .alfalfa, orchard, wells and water rights, $6,000. 320 acres nearly all cultivated, alfalfa and grain, with stock watering facili ties and Tempe water right, $8,500. Square dealing and easy terms. Correspondence solicited. W, A. BOLTON, Tempe, A. T. The PalaeSi GUS. B. AiHSCHFEUI, Proprietor. Imported and Domestic Wine?, Liquors and Cigars ,; . PHOENIX, ARIZONA. Mesa, Florence and Globs ...STAGE LINE... M Three trips a wecfe. Daylight Travel. Fare between Mesa and tilobe, ?10; round trip, Jlo. Stage slops over night at Riverside. Leavfs Mesa 5 a in. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Anives at Florence at U::W a. in. Leaves Florence at 1 p. m., arriving at Globe at 6 p, m. the following day. Leaves Globe 7 a. m. Mondays, Weanesdays and Fridays. Arrives at Florence at 11 a, m. the following day. Leaves Florence for Mea at 3 p. m. Arrives at Mesa at 8 p. in. C. R. GOGDSN, ProprScfof. Johnson Bros., Agents at Mesa. Lotils Snltau Agent at Globe. iiz K. Drais. Agent -Fiorenca. L. W, nolline, Agent at Phoentx. 99 Tempe, Arizona. WHOLESALE J DEALER IN HOUSE! TravellEK Men's and Stockmen's stopping piece HOTEL KIMBALL BRICK AND STONE CONTRACTOR, Tempe. MESA. European Plan. DAN rlAHONEY, Prop. ARMENTA & WINGER. $ THINGS SEE MEATf-MARKET. W. J. BIRCH ELL. Fresh : Fish : and : Oysters I'l V J ; 14 "V WEEK. BICYCLE REPAIRS. MTITOlSr MEYERSJ OlCTTJS cream for Beautifving the COMPLEXION. Removing Freckles, Tan, Moth, Pimples and other Dlscoloratlons. Kor sale bv all druKKists ; -i - V : I BUTCHER I THAT OTHERS MAY LIVE I By so doing-, the ORIGINAL 5 COLD STORAGE MEAT X . MARKET continues to i X satisfy its many patrons, i t AH meats sold direct; frotp., t ' Cold Storage. "" ' V TERMS STRICTLY CASH. Prce I Delivery to all parts of the city. X S. J. TRIBOLET, X 114. East "Wasnmeton St. J :--!IsOOTtA FLETCI-lElir- '! bocd Hums to mm led a Bite to Eat 21 South Center St.. PHOENIX J Mesa, Tempo and Phoenix Sto? LiV. :we m tor aOOO JMJVIO-U A- X "I OJNrs. i EW cCH-MNS. Prop. PHOENIX SHORT LINE. f 'p. m. .uu 6.30 6.10 No. 1. No. 2. 7:30 p m 8:00 p in 8:35 p m 8 :30 p m 8:65 p m 9:li t m lVi. ...PHOENIX. ar ... .Teinpe . . . Peterson Kytene ... Sacaton Maricopa It 8:C0 a m 7:2.5 am 7:15 am 6:55 a m 6:20 a m 6:00 am SDUTHEKn PACIFIC. East bound From East S:Sa m 2:t6 m 6:58 m 2:86 p m : . la 8:88 m 8:U0f iu 10:00 y m 4:40 t m 10:30 p m 1:16 a in 9:30 a m 12:S0p m U 60 a m 7:C5 p m 7: am 10:2 a m 6:23 a m Iv Maricopa ar 'i uesoii Demicg Kl Faso San Antonio. .... Houston ......... New Orleans Washington W'W York East bound From East 8:10 p m G:30 p m 7:15 p ra 7:35 a is .El Paso... Dallas,... St.Loula.. 10 a m 6:60 1 m :0 in 9:10 m ar Chicago. . It NnilTHIrUM U ,Y KT.. From West West hnm l 10:03 p m 6:00 p m 8:15 a iu 6:20 p m 9:00 a m 6:0!) p m 9:50 a m ar Maricopa It 6:87 a m -Yuma. U:20 m Los Angeles 9:20 r m ...Freeno ll:10 m Sai Francisco .... 6:45 pm Portlaud 9:80 a m ...Beattla.. ar 6:0Hr m Train Tin 1 innn. i ' " -' " .Ill DUUIUC1B I clflc train No. 19, eastbound, leaving- Mar icopa at 10 :S0. p. ra. Train No. 2 connects with Southern P einc train No. 20, -westbound, leavina; Maricopa at 5 :45 a. m. Pacific Coast Limited passes Maricopa: East, bound, 2:20 a. m., Wednesdays and Saturdays; Westbound, 3:30 a. m., Fridays ana Tuesdays of eacn week. J Connections made at Phoenix -with 8. F., P. & P. R. R. for Prescott ana Con gress. Connections at Mesa with stage Tor Florence and Globe, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 5 o'clonk a. m. Trains stop on signal. Pullman Palace Sleeping car on all trains between Phoenix and Maricopa, N. K MASTEN. B. F. PORTER, President. Gen'l Supt. M. O. BICKNELL, Gen'l Frt. and Pass. Agt SCENIC LINE OP ARIZONA. SANTA FE, PRESCOTT & PHOENIX RY. AND PRESCOTT & EASTERN R. R. WITH THE SANTA FE SYSTEM. Shortest and Quickest service between Phoenix Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago and all Eastern Points. From the West THROUGH TIME TABLE To the West I Days Slon j 4.30p: lv..-.'San Francisco. . .ar 6.4fnTiin 'lues iiu.iua lv Jtoiave ar: S.loaTues Tues Tues Tues Wed 8.1)a lv San Dieso ar l.utlvTuea 10.20a lv Los Angeles ar! 8. 80a Tues 3.50p iv Bartow ar l2.4.ra Tues 7.4"a,ar Ash Fork Iv l2.30n Mon From the I East I To the East Mon llO.OOp Mon jlO.HOp Iv. ..Chicago. .arl 9.00pWed lv. ..St LSuis. .arj 6. lip Wed lvKansas City ar 7.00a Wed .d2a 7.10a g 9.10p 6.O0p 3 B.OSp M 5.50a lues lij.ua Wed 1 3.20a lv. . . Ienver. . .ar- 5.00pTues Wed 9.0oa Thu jl2.10p lvAlbuqu'que.arl0.2.rpMon ar. . Asn Fork. .lv! s.Ooa ilon ited, passing Ash Fork Tuesdays, Thursday! South bound LOCAL, TIME TABLE Mountain Time. a. ui.'p. ni. I a. m,' 7.301 M-jsa. Ar 10.:, 8.00 2.00 Tempe ICi.iiO 8.301 2.30IAr PnoBniT ..Lv .3Q North bonnd NoT2 Pass. 5.4Ual 8.42a No. 2 V. V. 9.25a & V. 7.00a 3.12a 2.55a No.22 10.05a y 9.40a g. 9.15a M 8-21 8.00a No. 1 Pass. No. 3 2.27p 10.45a U. V. 12.40p &P. 2.5tip No. 21 3.10p l'2.:sop ' T- l.OOp w 1.25p 2.20p 2.40p Lv.. ASH FORK. ..Ar ...Jerome Junction... Lv Jerome Ai ar.Jerome Junction.lv ...F. t E. Junction... Ar Prescott Lv Lv i. Mayer Ar Huron Cherry Creek Lv..P. & E. Junct.-.Ar Ar:... Prescott Lv 3.15p lv Prescott 4.Wp;ar.. "Skull Valley.. 4.55p;lv.. Skull Valley.. 5.5j Kirkland. . . . 6.4apj . .Congress Junctio 7.20p Wickcnburg.. 7.47p. : Hot Springs Jut. 8.44pl Peoria 8.5f.p GHndale y.Oopi All ambra.. . 9.20p ar l'l ocnix. . . 2.4a 1.20a 1.20a 12..5Sp ll.lTp iu.::yp lO.Odp 9.0tip 8.5tip S.45p 8.S0p -lv; Dining KOom. Through tickets to all points in the United States, Canada and Mexico. CONNECTIONS: Jerome Junction with TJ. V. & P. Ry for Jerome; P. & E. Junction with P. A E. R. R. for Huron and Mayer; Maver with stage to Crown King and otkijr mining points; Prescott with stage lines for all principal mining camps; Congress Junction with Stage lines for Congress , Harqna Hala, Stanton and Varnell; Hot Springs Junction with the C. C. H. S. & I. Co., for Castle Creek Hot Springs, the all-year-round health resort; Phomix with tha M. & P. & S. 11. V. K. R. for points on the 8. P. System. E. W. GILLETT, GEO. M. SARGENT, Genaral Agent, Gen. Frt. fe Pass. Agt. Phoenix. Prescott, Arizona. Arizona and Soath Eastern Ry. Northward. Southward. a.m. I STATIONS p.in 6:00 Lv Bisbee '. ..Ar 1:M 6:05 South Bisbee 1:22 6:12 .. Don Luis 1:10 3:25 .... w... -Naco Junction.. -.. 12:56 6:32 Packard 12:46 6:52 Banning 12:28 7:07 Water Tank 12:06 7:22 Charleston'..:'..;. , 11:46 7:40 Ar.. .... .. Fairbanks ' .... ..Lv 11:85 7:45 Lv Fairbank Ar 11:16 N. AI. & A. Crossing 7:55 Contention 11:00 8:10 - Land 10:40 8:50 Ar.. .... ..Beison ...Lv a.rx.jlQ:U0 Trains run on Pacific time. BEN WILLIAMS. Hun Southern Paeifio Co. (PACIFTO STSTKH. Commencing April 5, 18:7, trains will leare :!?arioopa as-follOwSM' e V i .A iit AjlMAfrucsiiaysind Fridays -Snnaat :fljll Limited'' for to Angalegi SanFran :cUcandilCatiforriiapolnta.' -U- 5OO A-M- DAILY PACIFIC EXPRESS It) for points In California, Nevada Oregon and Washington. -1 rk.Q K A. M. DAILY MIXED TRAIN FOB llj, J tJ Tucson, Benson, Lordsburg, Dent ine, El faso and intermediate! stations. 8 A f P. M. DAILY MIXED TRAIN FOR ,'rrA Gila Bend and intermediate sti tioni 7O pr P.M. DAILY MIXED TRAIN FOR m'.t El I-aso and all way stations 1 O.HQ P.M. DAILY NSW ORLEANS EX. 17. UO press forTucson. Benson, Dcming, Kl Paso, Sao Antonio. Houston and New Orleans, t f C17 P. M Tuesdays and Fridays "8an Ll"!) et limited" for El Fasi. Fort W or'S SS Louie. 'J Lic&go and all point east. "X E-GOODMAN. . .