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THE AKIZ02TA RErUBLICAUs WEDNESDAY MOBNINO; FEBRUARY 8, 1809. Crimson fyims "Just lots of folks aspire .Throughout their lives to ape The swell pneumatic tire That travels on its shape." The Syracuse ia a s.vll wheel. Iff right uj to date. It's a. boaul.y, anil it' beanly is more limn color deep. THE BICYCLE STORE. TEMPE, ARIZONA. I SOUTI SI siot. i TEMPE. Miss Lillian Murray anil Curt W. Miller went to Phoenix yesterday. Mis. E. B. Gage returned to Phoenix yesterday after a " short visit with Mrs. George N. Gage of Tempo. Mis. Broadbrcok, manager of the Crittenton home at Phoenix, spent yes terday in Tempe. A. J. Peters shipped four cars of hay last night. A car cf cattle went to Prescott yes terday afternoon. Porter Fleming, district attorney of Gila county, passed through here yes terday morning on his way to Phoenix. There is a movement under way to organize a Ralston class at this place. T. H. Houpt, a postoffice inspector, paid Tempe a visit yesterday. He is a very genial gentleman and expressed himself as well pleased 'ft-ith the way cur postal matters are being conducted. Charles N. Taylor has sold forty acres of land three miles east of town to Mr. H. Gray of Phoenix. The sale was made through W. A. Bolton's agency. :Mr. Gray will immediately build a nice home and move onto the place. He expects to plant a portion of the land to oranges. George Schornick of Mesa left Mon day night for California with a ship ment of cattle. The Good Templars Saturday night initiated two more candidates, and in stalled the following officers:1 C. T., Stella E. Chapman; V. T., Lottie J. Mullen; secretary, Nora Brewer: A. S., Milton Meyer; F. S., Oscar Mullen treasurer, Bessie Hough; marshal. Frank Hough; D. M., Mary Mullen; P. C. T., J. W. McLean; chaplain. Ina Listenbarger; guard, Isabella Fogal; sentinel, Webb Griffin. MESA. Dr. Chandler, T. E. Pomeroy, Mrs. Molly Rogers and Hon. C. K. Hakes went to Phoenix yesterday. Charles Petersen's baler is in Mesa for repairs The machine was eating hay on the old Mullen ranch when it broke down. John Nelson of the Vekol mine is in Mesa. The Vekol is working a larg force of men. Mr. Nelson says a new mine called the Ward, six miles from the Vekol. 'will have a force of men working on it shortly. Those registered at the Alhambra are: C. F. Beard. Mesa; J. T. Pattlon, Globe; W. F. McNeil, Globe;i 'S. B. Claypool, Globe. Those registered at the Kimball house are: T. Gelbert, George How ard, Phoenix; D. Strahl, Mesa; W. A. Jackson. Los Angeles; S. W. J. Bo wen, C. T. Hawley, Ella Steel. Dr. J. E. Drane, O. Holdren. Mesa; W. K. Por ter, Phoenix; Alexander Rjbinson, Louisville; W. .1. Guthrie, San Fran cisco; Dr. William Duffield, G. F. Lampey, F. F. Nelson. George Gann and wife, Mrs. S. M. Harris, C. M. Manne, E. W. Gillette, M. Perry, Frank A. Chase, Phoenix; L. C. Wag ner, Goldfield: Dr. W. G. DeVore and wife, Tempe; H. C. Storey, Prescott; H. B. Ncrdeu, Denver; E. E. Hadley, John Boyle, Saeaton; J. S. Duey, Globe; M. S. Tichner, San Francisco; F. G. Mauk. White Hills. Grover & Nelson expect to shear in the neighborhood of tiOO bales of wool this year. The shearing will be fin ished in ten days. Mrs. J. M. Lewis is building a small addition to her house two and a halt' miles east of town. The grounds belonging to the Mesaj senooi district and located on the north side of town are being cleared, leveled and planted to trees. The north side people are working hard to have an other school built on this plat instead cf enlarging the old building. Company E, N. G. A., 'will give a grand ball on the T2 of this month. The members are working faithfully and will stop at nothing short of guaranteeing a magnificent event. W. J. Birch ell is still stubbing around 'town. Mr. Birchell says he will go into business again if he can col lect his old bills and swears by his reputation that he will live and die in Mesa before he will let one debtor escape hirn. If any merchant has any bad bills on his hands he would do wiil to place Mr. Birchell on his pay rcli. Mrs. William Passey is improving. The mountains to the north and east of Mesa present a beautiful appearance at present. The Four Peaks for the third time this winter are covered with snow, this time with a heavy covering that permits of no black juttings of stone in the white. The stockholders of 'the Zenos Co-op. store have had a meeting. One change 'was made in the directors. W. H Allen was elected to succeed his brother, C. S. Allen. The new direct orate has elected Warren Sirrine pres ident of the company to succeed W. J. LeBaron. The management has not yet been chosen. :o: The "Tennessee's Pardner"' company will arrive over the M. & P. this morn ing and appear at the Patton Grand tonight. This company is said to h" exceptionally fine. The sale of seats opens at 9 a. m. i MARKET REPORTS. LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. Wholesale Prices Current, EGGS. BUTTER AND CHEESE. EGGS Ranch, $5.50 5.75 per case; Eastern, $55.50. BUTTER Ranch, per lb, 2025c; Maricopa creamery, fe. CHEESE Eastern, full cream, per It), 16ilSc; home. 10llc. BEAN-. BEANS Per cwt.. small white, 13(H 3.25; piDks, $::..r3.5; Lima, $S.25 r..50. POTATOES, ONIONS AND VEGE . TABLES. POTATOES Sl.sr.fj 2; red sweet potatoes, ?l.t.5 per cv.t.; Early Rose, $2.50(ft2.75. " ONIONS California. $2.2502.50 per cwt.; French artichokes, $1.502 per doz. VEGETABLES Eeets. per cwt., $1.40; turnips, $1.15 per hundred; cel ery, $l(ftl.25 pel- doz.; green chili, per 1?), 40c; evaporated chilis, per lb, 15c; green onions, per doz. bunches, 25c; radishes, per doa. bunches, 2oc; spinach, per doz., 2ue; tomatoes, per lb, 15c; string beans, livic; green peas, 15e; cabbage, $3.503.75 per cwt.; cauliflower, per to, 6c; lettuce, 1025c per doz.; Brussel sprouts, 17V22Us per lb; French artichokes, 10T5c. DRIED FRUITS, NUTS, RAISINS. RAISINS London layers, per box, $1.75; loose, per lb, 45MsC; eeedless Sultanas, 6V2&SC. DRIED FRL'ITS Apples, evapo rated fancy, per lb, 11c; peaches, fancy, 7YjUSc; choice, tiY27c; pears, fancy evaporated, 7J,ie; plums, pitted, choice. Sc; prunes, choice, 7Vc; fancy, 9Va 10c. NUTS Walnuts, paper shells, 12V2c; fancy soft shells, 121232c; al monds, 12(r?13c; pecans. Be; filberts, 32-13c; Brazils, 12c; pinones, ll12c; peanuts, eastern roasted. ll12c; raw, 8&10c; home raw, 7Sc; roasted, 10(5 12c; chestnuts, 1720e per lb. Lemcns, fancy, per case, $3.404; Arizona navels, fancy, per case, 3.00 3.75; Arizona. Jaffa, fancy, per case, Si.ijUM I. to; Arizona grape truit, .7501.25 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. FHEU MEATS. Beef, per lb, IVzc; veal per lb, 8c; mutton ner lb, Sc; fresh pork, 7c. GRAIN AND HAK. WHEAT Per cental, for shipping, $1.20 1.30. HAY Per ton, loose alfalfa. $10.00; baled alfalfa per ton, ?1111.50. BARLEY $1.40 per cwt. EOLLED BARLEY S1.C0. FLOUR AND FEEDSTUFFS. FLOUR Per bbl., local extra roller process, $4.50; graham, $2.50 per cwt.; whole wheat Hour, $2.50 per cwt. CORN MEAL White, $2.25 per cwt.; veliow, $2.50 per ewt. FEEDSTUFFS. Bran, per tea, $15; rolled barlev, $1.15 per sack. POULTRY AND GAME. POULTRY Hens, good heavy, per doz, $3.754.25; turkeys, live. 120; turkeys, dressed, lie; Pekin ducks, live, per doz., $5.50; geese, 10c p;r lb, live. HAMS 10lu1c tor medium, 10 lOVaC for large. DRY SALT PORK Per lb, VA3 8c. LARD Kettle rendered leaf, $4.50; 30s, $5.40; 5s, 5.45; 3s. $5.50, HONEY AND BEESWAX. HONEY Comb in frames, per 50s, lb, 10c; strained, per case, $5.50G. BEESWAX Per lb, 22024c. COFFEES AND SUGARS. COFFKES Rio, 1315c; Central American, 18Ji20c; Peaberry, 2022c; Mocha and Java, 3031; Arbuekle's, $13.0013.20 a case. SUGARS Granulated cana, per ewt., 76?7'.8c; cube, 7-;s7c; pow dered, 1V"C ; C, Gc per lb. HIDES, W7OOL AND TALLOW. HIDES Dry, lle per lb; kip, 10c; calf, 14c; bull, 5c. WOOL Nominal. TALLOW Per lb, No. 1, 2c. PROVISIONS. BACON Breakfast fancy, per lb, 10 10 tic. HAM- 10lle. THE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Lcs Angeles, Feb. 7. Live stock per pound, beeves. 2S3; hogs, 441,i; hmibs per head. $2ff2.25: sheep per cwt., $2.503!75;' calves per paund, 2sifl'3. Kansas City. Feb. 7. Cattle Re ceipts, 0,000; the market -xas strong; native steers. $1.S5'5.50: Texas steei'3, $3.504.90; Texas cows, $2.50 3.30; native cows and heifers, $2.50 1.30; stackers and feeders, $2.254.25; bulls. $2.55 3.25. Sheep Receipts, 3.000: the market was firm; lambs, $3.75(35; muttons, $2 50 4.15. Chicago. Feb. 7. Fancy cattle brought $5.80'g6; choice steers. $5 35 5.75: medium steers. $4.754.95, stackers and; feeders. $3.20 1.75: bulls, $2.70 4.25; eoxs and heirers. f3.304; western steers, $4.tii5.40; Texas ,( ,,., .. -.. S. ..... . ;;L,,;C, , uiR, Ynilf- f ul hjT'l'X, C:L- l--U -o (' ,:..s;i;, 'J,r)i;im, T Jiquvr. f-iis lo 'jiig.i .-, .'r.?u::iii'n. Insanity .".nil LV-. A- t-t ro i,.- k. ma-i, t a lis f.r ir.; v-ifh v.-:-." t '. c; 'r.-r.-.it:-.: :5Vc-e to c'.-e j,'eiV-js;-.i rv::'7ic;-. y;7E'.o r.t tici. or.iit;i:i r;f livj r: -i1' rc:i:,:iut. svilii r-. i in6traeuo!i8, c?r.t 'J: n r--.:; p.- oiii' L-.l'l to each v-3on. tt rto;-o I,; r; til. - Extra S'.rorglh. I f .L' J ff-('i'?f For IiBpoteccy, Jdoss olVtvP-W i(S. SO' I'.vvrsr, XjOsi Hnnliood, V' M,', -'V''i :. onrj tir to:- c" w.th'-j-?.x be-po;..-i ir-ran , BEN L. BEAR, Sole Agent. 118 and 129 E. Washington St, j.-i . .. Faonix, Ari? i;:.:..X: : C"i:r.3 l".'!r.T;3S? teer.;, $0.5O4.S0; calves; $"7.25. There was a steady and kooU de mand for sheep and priee.-i showed n market change. Poor to prime sheep. $2.504.40; westerns, $4.40; ewes. $S.603.90; yearlinss, S4.154.55; in ferior to prime lambs, $4 5, the greater 'part selling at $1.755. Receipts Cats le, 3,030; sheep, 14,000. THE GRAIN MARKET. Chicago, i7&72:' Feb. Inly, 7 . Wheat May. O'fctfOU. Corn Ma v, O.i ta- Jul v . :i7 S; .Tnly Sejiteiulier, 2fi.-2;;s. THE SILVER MARKET. ; Francis Mexican ".). Feb. (!)!i;irs. 7. Silve IT1.-; IS. bar PRICE OY COPPER. New York, Feb. 7. Copper wa strong at $17.20 bid and $18 asked. :o: ATTEMPTED STAGE ROBBERY. The Horses Frightened to Escape by the Fire cf the Bandits. Jackson, Ca., Feb. 7. An attempt was made by two masked, men to hold up the Jackson and lone stage this morning. There were no passengers, the only persons aboard being the driver, Pete Fcdesta, and the Wells Fai'go nie.-' ?nger. R. E. McCcnneM. Without a 'word of warning the le port of a. gun startled the occupants of the stage. The weapon was loaded with 'buckshot. Both Poeena and Mp Connell were wounded by the first dis charge. The horses started on a run and the robbers gave up the chase. : o: YOUNG MOTHERS. Croup young m he terror of thousands of others oeeause its outbreak is so agonizing and frequently fatal. Shiloh's Cough and Consumption Cure a:-ts like magic in cases of Croup. It has never been known to fail. The worst cases relieved immediately. Price 25 cents, 50 cents and $1. Dr. G. H. Keefer, Druggist. In the Probate Court Territory el Aiizoua. of Jlaricopa County, In the Matter of tiie .Estate of Josephine Elvey, Order to show- Cause Why Sale of Eeal Estate SliouM .'ot be Made Cnmos i.ow Thomas K. Elvcy Administrator of Ihe estate of snil Josehine 1-lvey !eceHKel, ami liles m iliis Court a etnion praying for au onler of fcale of certain real estate beloDK'n hi the estate of said deceased for the purposes of paying tlie di-bts of i'.id deceased, and toe rlaims against aid es tate, arid the costs and charges of ad ministration, and having asked for a day to be fixed by this Court for hearing said i :ti' tion, "w hereupon 11 is fcen-by Ordored hx the Court that Wcdr.esdv the Mil day of February. A.D., l.sii'J, at the hour of 11 o'e'o. k in the forenoon of said day, at the Court Koom of said Cour!. in the City of Phoenix, County of Maricopa, and Ter ritory of Arizona, has been fixed by tliis Court as the Time and the pla e set for the hearing of saiil petition, an 1 any and all poisons inter ested in s.tiil esiate are hereby notihed bi be and appear before the Ct. tirt at said lime and place .'ind'liien and lliere I" Shou ;ituse if any they have why said administrator .fiouid i:ot be Jrante.d an order tt sell so much and such portims of said real estate as may be necessary for tlie purposes above mentioned, and as pray ed for in sanl petition. It is further Ordered that a Copy of this Order be published in The Arizona Republi can, a iK '.vspa per of freneral c.irculat iun printed and pub-ished ill said County, once a week fur lour weeks. Jione in Open Court this 10th day of January, A, I)., 1S:. VV. H. SCOTT, Probate Judge. In tlie I'roliiiie Court of Marlropa Couiilv T'Tiitorv nf Avionu. In the Matur ui" tbe Kstale ot O. J Ciibbs (l)e I Or-K'r to Piiow fV.iif-c Why Srtlc of Uenl Esiiitc liould N(1 In ( jiuiv ') htniins V. "Pomborfoii, admin ; trutor oi llic csiuH1 of sni.l O. I.. ('ilb (te'-oafil, I j.ml ii !,;. in this Court it j.t-tiUtii pra yiu;r f mi rmk-r f sale f otTtain real ttati tc'lonirui u ' tin; csialci'J' sai'I ikurasfil fur tlu puj'!(si of J paying thi' lU-bts i J-ni'l Ouccas'-il. nuil ihi1' t laiiii again s:jf i'.-!ulf, ainl tht' t'or-ts mkI cuaj-.'S ui h: :u i mst r;ii M:i, rm Jirivnit? Hsktu fitr a day to Ik' iixt-ti hy tuis Court for hearing sai'l puti'iui), Avit-r i.i!'Ti l! is lu-n-tsy (nk-ivl ly The Court that WfilnusiLiy i In St h nay of Ki'oruary, A . I)., l1, at tlie li(ur of lu ('rlck in tbc fuivnoou of saiil iay, at the C--urt Koom of said Court, in the Ciiy of Phot-nix, County of Maricopa, and Ter ritory of Arizona, 1ms la-en fixed by this Court as tin time and the plaee set for tlie hear mr of au petition, and r.ny and all jeion inter eted in r-aid estnte Mi liereby liol'itied to be and atitar befure tfi Court at sairl time and place and then and lh?ie Show Cause if any they have why said administrator should not be Kramed an order to still so mneh and sueh portions of said real eM.ate may be ne es sary lor the purposes above mentioned, and as i. rayed for in said petition 1 1 is "fun her ordered that a Copy of this O-nVr lie published in The Arizona Uepu biiean, a new-paper of general e rcuiathm printed a"l published in said County, onee ft wui k for lour iione in Olten Court this lOi lay of Januiiry, A. u. lo'jy. VT, P. FCOTT, ri'otmte Judye. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of P.urney A. P'Poot, deeensed: Notice is liereby iveil by tlie undeTsiKned Exeeutor of the last viil of the S;iid deceased, to the creditors of i'.iid r.ll persons luiving claims a:iiinst the said deceased, to exhibit tiieni, v.ith tlie ueeess;;u'y vouchers, -witliin -1 mouths in t er the first publication of tit is notice to the said Executor at the law ollice of L. 11 Chalmers, in the I'lemipf Iiuildinjr, l'lioenix, Arizona, the same bein. tlie piaeo for the transaction of the business of said estate, in said County of Maricopa. O.SCAP. 15. P'POOAL, Executor of the last wiil and tesiament ol Barney A P'l'ool, deceased. 1'uted this 261 li day ol Jauunrv, l;i03. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Kstuts of Janies T. Simms deoentHl. Noii'.-e is hereby uiv-'ii hy the Hinlersixnel Executors of ihe J l-t wiil ami trMmnenr of James T. Si nuns c; 1. to ihe cr-'eliior of a ml h 11 persons !); viim: ;. irnr. i iic l I he fhUI ii eeea ied, to exhibit them, witn the T)e e.s;i t y j vouchers, within Hi months alter i in iirt iutt li t-a r i( mi of this n iirt. to the ahl Kxt.cn tors at tli e law otti'-e of'l F. A worth i iiei r attorney, over "Tlie Valley Hc.i'-i" in the City of Phoenix, Arizona, the jh nie bein; th plate ior tlie transaction of tlie iiisit:ess of said estate, in said County 01 ilarit-opa. i U ARTIES F. SIMMS ami (j-;o. T. i'ROSHV, j-Ixeoutory of tbe last will ami lestument of Jatnes T. Hi in mis (i'.-e'.-ae'l. JMted this Utti day 01 Jannnry, 100. Iesa, Florence sad filol ...STAGS LINE... Three trine a week. Daylight Travel. Fart between Mesa and Globe, tld: round trip, lift Stage stops over night at Riverside. Leaves Mesa 5 a m. Mondays, Wednesday? nr.it Fridays. Arrives fit Flori nee at H :?.0 a. in Leaves Florence ft t 1 . in., arriving at Globe a G t', 111. the followitli; day. Leaves lilobo 7 a. hi. Mnnilays, Weinesdayi and Kr'tbiys. Arrives at P'lorenee at J 1 a, ra. the following "(lay. Leaves F lorence for Mesa at ' p. m. Arrives at Mesa at 8 p. ni. C. R. GOOOJN, Proprlefor. Johnson Pros., Agents at Mesa. T.pnis 3nltK.r inf ill at (jlete. L. hi. l'rajs. Agent. torar. L. W. Collins, Ageat at Fhocuii. PUBLIC NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that on the Cth day of January, 1S90. 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, au.joininar the present limits of the city of Pho. nix, Arizona, may be an r.c::'d to said ciiy, and be irade 4 part tlieieaf. viz: The stint boast quarter of Seel ion C, in Township 1 N. rtli. Range 3 Hast, 'J Ha and Salt River Base and Meridian Lines, in Maricopa county, Arizona. That the hearing of said iiotition will b'.' had at the November term, A. 1)., 1S"S, of said court, at the court house iu the city of Phoenix, county of Mari ccpa, and territory of Arizona. J. CADAMS, Mayor of the City of Phoenix, A .T. PUBLIC NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that on the Cth day of January, 1890, in pursuance of a resolution adopted by the common ! council of the city of Phoenix, Arizona, jthe undersigned, J. C. Adams, mayor of jthe city of Phoenix, filed in the district court of the Third judicial district of ! the Territory of Arizona, in and for jthe count j- of Maricopa, a petition ad ! dressed to said court praying that the i following described territory, aujo'in i ins the present, limits of the ci;y of i Phoenix. Arizona, may be nnne?:cd to jsaid city, and be made a part thereof, viz: j The Southwest Quarter of Section 5, j in Township 1 North, Range 3 East, jGila and Salt River Base and Meridian Lines, in Maricopa county, Arizona. ! That the hearing of said petition will 'be had a: the November term, A. D., j 1393, of said cour:, at the court house n the city ot Phoenix, county of Mari :opa, and territory cf Arizona. J. C. ADAMS, Mayor cf the City of Phoenix, A. T. PUBLIC NOTICE. Notice is hereby giver, that on the Cth day of January, 1899, in pursuance cf a resolution adopted by the common council of the ci:y of Phoenix, Arizona, :the undersigned J. C. Adams, mayor of the city of Phoenix, fiied in the district j court of the Third judicial district of itlie ter"ritory-of Arizona, in and for the i county of Maricopa, a petition ad ' dressed to said court praying that the foilowir.g described territory, adjoin ing the present limits of the city of Phoenix, Arizona, may bs annexed to Isaid city, and be made a part thereof, j viz: I The Southv.-est Quarter of S?etion 4, iia Township North, Range 3 East, ;G':Ia and Salt River Ease and Meridian jLir.es. in Maricopa county, Arizona, i That the hearing of s:ud petition vill jbe had at the Noveir.har term, A. I., j 1.V9S, of said court at the court house in , the city ot Phoenix, county of Mari , copa, and territory of Arizona. J. O. ADAMS, Mayor of the City of Phoenix, A. T. PUBLIC NOTICE. Notice is hci-eby given that on the Cth day of January, S!, in pursuance cf a resolution adapted by the common j council of the ciLy of Phcenix, Arizona, I the undersigned, J. C. Adams, mayor c jthe city of Phoenix, filed in the district court of the Third judicial district of ihe territory of Arizona, iu and for the county cf Maricopa, a peti:ioa :id- i dross?d to said court praying that the ' followijig described territory, adjoin- j ing the present limits of the city of i Phoenix, Arizona, may be annexed to i said city, and be made a part thereof, j viz: j The Northwest Quarter of Section 0, ; in Township 1 North, Range 3 East, I Giia and Salt River Base and Meridian Linos, in Maricopa county, Arizona. That the hearing of said petition will be had at the November term, A. D.T 1S0S, 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 Phcenix, A. T. Everybody taVe. tbs Texas Pacific and Iron loantata Rents To Chicago, St. Louis, New Orlp.vrfi. New Tork, Waahingtoii, Pliiiuael phia, Kansaa City B3iJ ALL POINTS EAST TSTTTV Because it Is the shortest. Its equip ment is superior. It haa the best scenery. It h:is courteous and polite trainmen. It"? connections can be de ponded upon. It hr.a the " reputation tif being the most popular line in tbe South. These are & tew reasons wiiy .peopU prefer it If yoa ish time caieis f atGS or information pertainins to freight or jiatiHetiger tuainess, fiprlj to E. P. TURNER, G. P. & T. Agt, Dalian, Tex 38. F. BAKBYSHIRE. S. W. F. & P. A., KI Pasc, Tml -JOHN C. LEWIS. T. P. A. Aui.hu To The Phoer.Is -Short IJce ' has resumed it3' Sunriay excursions from Mesa and Tempe to Pboe ntx. Train No. 6 will he held at Mesa City until 4:30, leaving Tempe at 5, arriving at Phoenix 5:30. Train Nc. 7, due to leave Phoenix at 5 p. m., will be held until after the band concert and will leave Phoe'nix about 9:30 p. m., local time, and rate of one fare will be made for the ronnii trio. Read the advertisements in The Re publican and learn the name end loca tion of the. houses which arc doing the business cf the town. Yen will find the ntim" of every succesffttl burlne.s firm in the city in the alvcrtis'ng columns. South Side B lENRY'S 15 LACE i FINEST LUNCH WHEAT, BARL GRAIN Y A Special prices on large contracts. Corrf-spoiidence solicited X,13E Good Heds All kiuils of drinks at the tar. OFFICE New Sfvv'ce and Newly Arranged and Eqa'ppei Tfifoug-Kotst. The Best Meal in tlie Gty 25c Board hy the Wk $40- TCHJM SOUNG, Proprietor. Tiie Atmosplicre of J.Tssa is Hijyrt, Dry and Pare. Affords Special ac and the Traveling Public Valtey outsid 1 cf Phoenix. r ffy-Flrct-Class Fesii Stable boarded by aay, week: or month. JUST RECEIVED. TTALENTINES for th V Ri-h znd the Poor, Juveniles. Your Corns Cured ALHA !A HO COME, Everything; Kew-Furnitnro, House lid MsnaeremeiiC No icralids taken. Largo Brciou Porch both stork-s. Jront and roar. GROCERIES AND GENTS Hay ani Gram T A Bought. J ...HAVE SOLO... ALL THEIR CHEAP BLANKETS, BUT HAVE A FEW slEAVV ONES I FF7- : ; Bicycles and Supplios, Guns,; Ammunition and Sporting j Goods of all Kinds. ' j S. W.J. BOWEM -rKOPEIETOR- icycie, "ewing Machines, Guns and Gasoiino Stoves FJepaired. Saws Filed. TREES. TREES. TREES. se Mesa Nurserymen; OiTcf to give free 1,000 California j palms to the fir.- t person who will ap- ply and show sincerily to plant them ! in live rsnce ana care tor tnem. sec ond person, 1,01)0 Palms for $2.50, thi:J person, 1.000 Palms $5, fourth person, 1.00 Palms. $7.50. All others S10 per 1,000. 'PaJifla are the best plant known for lhc fence. IMMENSE STOCJC Of Ash, I'mbrellas and all other kinds of trees and plants, which they are selling at bedrock prices. . ' LOME EARLY FOR YOUIi TREES. CHEAP AND GOO. 10 acres good land, best water rights, ?i.:o. 5 acres near town, frame house, with water, $750. . -0 acre s, brick house, orchard,1 well, Wilier right, $1,800. l'JO acre:5 alfalfa, orchard, wells and water tights, $0,000. i)20 acres nearly ail cultivated, alfalfa and grah, wl'dh stock watering facili- j'f ties and Tempe water right, SS.oOO. Square" dealin,'; and easy terms. Correspondence solicited. Y. A. BOLTON, Tempe, A. T. The Paiaea, GUS. II. KIRSCSFELD, Proprietor. Imported and Domestic Wines, Liqnors and Cigars PHOENIX, ARIZONA. t ! iisiness Directory 59 ROOMS IN TEMPE. OYSTERS in any style. Tempe, Arizona. WHOLESALE liCALER iN LFALFA, CEREALS. AND ALL KSNDS OP HOUSE! TravelfnK 'fen's and Stockmen's stopping place C A-IHTiC, Tempe, Arixona ommcdations for WINTER TOURISTS Is the Largest and best in the n connection with Hotel. Horses Ugfly and the GooJ, for the Box Papers for Adults and for SO cents, in the hatgam. ROOT'S DRUG STORE. BRICK AND STONE CONTRACTOR, Tempe. MESA. European Plan. DAN MA HONEY, ProD. FURNISHINGS East YJJLuLV 1 JTl. Tcmoe. MEAT MARKET. Fresh : Fish : and : Oysters 33 V 33 it Y W 33 33 3C . BICYCLE MILTON u'diyii:.? the COMPL i V u ft-8 Kewcvir.sr Prckfes, Tar., Moth, Plmpi r1 ritSer decoloration. '.'or sti?o'OT nil (Irussricta a s-ivt- f'--c a THAT OTHERS MAY LIVE I By so doing-, the ORIGINAL COLD STORAGE MEAT M ARKE T continues to I satisfy its many patrons. 4 All meats sold direct from Ccld Storage. 4 TERMS STR2CTLY CASli. ' Tree X Delivery to nS! parts of She ciiy. S. J. IR500LET, I'biass io Brk An-j ii Bite to U. 121 Koiitii C'snwr 1. i Mesa, (I III I sr..3. 1r A iW r-OU-INS. Prop, USE- !: ! BUTCtlER 6 "Hfri&i.-vx.i&.ito, I SCO'IT tSi FLETCHER. $ PHOENIX SHORT LINE)1 tn. p. ui.' ja. in. p. m. .:.C; l.MtL7 MsKa Ar lt.:j. 6.U0 ..ijijI 'J iKii 'l emve lU .Jti 5.:a) .:); ::;ui;Ar 'Ikjmmt ..l,v y.::uj a.0 Jo."l . ' No. 2. "tTIo fi " m Tr "T."p jTuKN 1X.T. . . .tr HvM a m 8:00 p m YeiajK) 7 am 8:15 piti I'etertton 7:15 a ui 8::Jop)ii KLy:ene t :.v a m 8:5i m Sacatoa crjvaiu 'Jliii ii At. Maricopa It 6:ouam HntTHER-i PAUK'IO. East onijil Krom East 10:30 p ia ly (irioapa ar 5:!5am 1:15 a Lu ucson 2:obm m 9:i!0 m IVming c:f6r M 1!:3:1? m Jil yn.so.., J:tSp m 11 a ui aii Antonio 4:. m 7:C5p m Hou-ion 8:85a m 7: a m New Organs b:ao p ia 10:2 . m Washington 10:uu i la H:23 am W w Y-"b 4:10 m East bonnd irro a East 3:10 p n I ti .ZQ i m 7:3.5 p ml 7-3 m tir. El Paso Ua' .. ..Ht. Louis chii'&tro 1) is a m 6H m 90 m 9::ur in SOUTH fcJlJS PAUIKIO, J'rom Vt'est WRBbo7iT J H'"'Sp in :nr Maricopa 1" E:fti ;i in Vmaa t:i " a ui Los AUHeies 5M0 p in I i'remo. . . m i Sav VranriMso r.:uo p m Portlainl ... 9:5jr ci Mv Soattla.. ar k:'4'i e in lt:2T m m il :!( m 0:45 r m 9:S0 m 6:fW f in Train No. 1 connecr with Southern fa ctfie train No. 19, eastbound, ltavir.s Har- icopa at 10:: 0. p. 1,1. Train No. 2 conneccs with Southern Fa cllie train No. 20, westbound, leavln Maricopa at 5: 15 a. in. Pacific Coast Limited passes Maricopa: East. Jwmnrt, 2:2-1 a. m., Weii;s,lHvs and Haiurdays : Wostbound, S:30a.ni., Fridays ana Tuesdays oi each ween. Connections made -at Phoenix with 8. F., P. & P. R. K. for Prescott ana con gress. Connections at Mesa with stage for Florence and Globe, Mondays, Wednesdays aud Fridays at 5 o'clock a. m. Trains stop on signal. Pullman Palace Sleeping car on all trains between Phoenix and Maricopa. N. U. MASTEN, B. JT. PORTER, President. Gen'l Supt- M. O. B1CKNELL, Gen'l Frt. and Pass. Agt. SCENIC LINE OF ARIZONA. SANTA FE, PRESCOTT & PHOENIX RY. AND PKESCOTT & EASTERN R. R. WITH THE SKNTS PE SYSTEM. Shortest and Quickest service between rboeuix Kansas City. St. Louis, Chieago and all Eastern Points. From tlie West Paysj THROUGH TIME TARI.R To .he West I I I Ia. .Sau I mneiseo. . .ar rt.-lip Tuea . Mejave. . . ... .ar a. Iia Tues . . . Wan liii yi ar f.dOpTues" . . Los Anireles ar' a.sna Toes liiirsiou- hi 1:2. 4"a Tues Ash Fork lv m.siup Moil ' To t he ! . i East Mon T'.ns TiYes Tiles T'.ies Wed 4.3l'li!v. ln.lei: lv. is.H'H lv. l'J.'.'i im.Iv. :;..'xiplv. 7. t.'iu ar. lrolt! tile East l.ilp!v m.:;;ipiv ll.-JUa lv ...Uhieajfo. .r. y.Wlp Vv'eil . . ..jt Louis, .ar, U.l."p Weil ; Kansas t'i iv ar 7.0ua Wed . ..V2a"i 7.1nab s.n.p ;.mlp-J '..e"ip ii.fnia 3 Men Tiles Wed W.;1 :;.La ! v . Denver. . ,i:r (tin Tues 9.H ui lv AUtTiijU'tiue.ar lo.'2.".Moii Tim i.P'p HI' . .Ai.'i lMirt..lv h.ll.ia Mon . Note Close ite:l. passing and Sundays. eouuei-tion with KastUmitd Lim- Abh Eork, Tuesdays, Tiiursdayi ! South bound ' IPMSS. . i-'i- 7 l.nc.M : 3TMJS TABLE JHmnliun Time. j.v.i fssii" iaiRirrrrAr ...Jvr:ni-j JuLiclion.. . J. v., .Jirronio At .ar.Jti;tine .1 i;nct)on.ir ...I'.tV: K. Juuctiou. . . ! Ar. I'Kwott...:" I.T 1-J. lrA' 1 . . l-'.4'pi A I'. No. 21.i K.loi. 12.1'.Upl " l.lKlp.l W 3-!2-.ii 2.21IUI 2. illpl Lv'. : '.'.J.Maver... .Ar . . . . .-I'Hurmi..; V-ljr-rry tri'ek...... Lv..f. it i;.' .Juliet... Ar Ar.... 1' ri'seolt .v lv i'rt-scolt ar. 8.0(a :-!.l."I lv i'r-scolt ar. 2.4Ha( l.:;rl ar. .Sknll Valiey...lVi I-'Jiiki 4. ":"i lv. . Skull Vallty.. .ar' l.Oai 5. 1 " )) : K r k 1 a 1 1 d ; 1 2. .Vi p ! li. 5 r i . .ConiriH'Ss .lunrlioil. 1 1 1 -17pi 7.2p! Wii'ki'nlitirg :10.:Wpj 7.47i;. :Hot Springs Jet ,10.0p .".!!!' ivoria y.utipl .'' il-ndIe j' 8..V.pt y.'".p All anilira I 8.4Api .2(ip ur l'l ot-nix lv; S.:!0p Through ti"kois to all points iu the United States, ( mnidn and Mvxk-o. i'o.NNKi.'l'IOXS: KTonif Junction ivith V. V. & 1". Ky iu' Jerome: 1. c E. Juucuion with 1'. K. R. K. for Unr.jii ami Mayor; Mavcr with stapro to Crown Kin und otln-r mining points; I'roscou will! stjre lines ior all principal mining ckiii S ; t'onsns Junction with Stapo lines ior t'lHitrrcss , ilarijiia Ilala. Ptanton and V anion ; Hot BpriTis Junction with the C. t'. 11. S. & I. Co., ior Castle Creek Hot Springs, the all-year-round heaUli resort; J Jia'nix with the M. A 1'. fc a. R. V. li. li. lot points ou the S. t. System. E. XT. GILLETT, ; GEO. yi. SARGKNT, Uenaral Agent, Gen. Frt. fc Pass. Agt. Phoenix. lreseott, Arizona. Arizona and South Eastern Ry. Northward. Southward. a.m.) 6:00 :LvT. ... fi:06 I STATIONS iP.m . .. Bisbee .. . .Arl 1:S0 . South Bisbee J 1:J2 6:12 6:25 6:32 6:52 7:07 .. Don Luis 1:10 . Naro Junction.. ..' ....12:66 . ..Packard ;...12:46 .... Banning ..12:26 , .Water Tank ,12:06 . . .Charleston 11 :46 . ..Faii-hank '...v:11:26 .. Fairbank ..Ar!ll:J5 M. & A. Crossing....... ; ..Contention 11:00 I.aud 10:0 ..Bei'son.. Lv a.mlO:UU on Pacifc time. RKK WITJJAWS. PxtVt 7:L2 .. 7:10 Ar.. 7:-!5 1L.V.. fi:D0 !i.r Trains run Southern Pacific' Co. (PACIFIC 8-S8T15M. t)otan;erclng Aprils, 1Sh7, trains will leTe Mtiricooa as iollowa: 1 f iSi ' 'CUfaiiyHir.hil'i'ndR7B"8iiri!i8t 'ilr' f Limited" for Los Angeles, SuiFrau ciscc and all California points. tr.OD A.M. DAILY PACIFIC BX PRESS J.0i' 'or pointfc In California, Nevada oreijoiiiino. wasoii'.eton. 1 A. M. DAILY WIXEBTRAlI' FOR lll.r Tucson, Benson, Lordsburp. Leia 1n. El 1'aco And it. li;rmedifte -tAtirn Q. A f p M DAILY MIXED THAIS FOR -J)-. P vl. DAILY MlXEl- rRA 1:1 FOR ID.ItQ P- M DAILY NSWORl ES .X 'O press forTucson. Benson, mint?. i"l Ph.50.San A ntonlo, !1 oustonand Naiv Qt eans. 1 I P. M. Tr.es.Ifns and Friday "San- lAt.it i et i unlte S" tor El Pukv Fort vVorrti 3i. Lotiia, J'l.U.to ,-iiid a1) points east I . T3. UOODMAN, lien. fkii. Aft, . Norih " bound No7"2T I Phss.i sT V'.' .2o"a !tj. j ".0Q , .l.lJa . I 2..V No.22 r KUVa - .!"