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TTL1C ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30, 1000.
s SOUTH ,". ft. "v-. C DON'T SUNG MUD. w nr 1 1 , i : i. r v, . . 4- ij. j- i -r-1 q i di p-jii uct uul uuii l gel 1 1 iciu i neii gJ go to BROADWAY & MOEUR'S to buy Drugs, Stationery, School Supplies, Etc. TEHPE, ARIZONA. Q The Butte Stable Best Livery Service in Tempe, JAS. HARTSFIELD, Proprietor, TBMJJE, ARIZONA. $10 down buys a Columbia Bicycle or a Crimson fl im Syracuse - balance in monthly paynunt?. We will take your old 1 ' bicycle in part payment. Bicycle Electric Plumbing Company TEMPE, DENVER Vnlrna nlnlnn , V. a 1 . - iiiaiura ouuirs inai ur ijUil la II L . er. I 10 customers it ne is not pertoctl f neat for once. TEWPF, CHEAPEST PLACE IN TOWN ror Dry ioods' IUhH ihofs end o!ons. J. H, Hodneit's Store, Tempe. Bartlett Pears I have a nice lot of Bartlett that will soon be ready for us pears Any One who may intend buying of me will j please send me their orders on postal ! card and 1 will fill same in or ler re- j ceived when ripe. My pears are fn j from any woody or knotty spots so j Tirevnlenf In r..n .-a nf il-... .-ill r.;;.e , . ... .. ul, ........ . , . M cents at ranch or $1.2.". p.r 4''-pou:id net box f. o. b. cars or stage, Mesa. I : Geo. Schornick. j Tte ICE CREAJvI ycu get CUMMINGS' TK.MI'iJ r T A oc.t lTTTT ir t-llTTTT A DKSEItVKD TKIF.l' N. A. Morfor.l has been n.u.i for probate judge of Marie. ip.-i . (in the republhan ticket, and that out opposition. This tribute !o IMorford by the republican part Itiatcd unity y was eminently ib sewed, and we do not hesitate tc predict that it ivill be fol lowed up by another eotnpiiment from the hands of a majority 01 tre voters of the county this ft!!. For an lcn urable and el'iei.nt record in rn v.spti per work, otlieial capacities and ir.any other spheres of active business life in Arizona for the last twenty yrars. N. A. Morford stands in the froiu rank. May h's succt ss this fall iu c :nar n-t-urate wieli i:is splendid eharactir an.l eminent ijiialilications. tjlooe 'I'i-.n.'S. -THE- Mesa Restaurant is the place to take-your m.als. Kvery thing first-class, and ali orders served promptly. Don't forget the place. Peterson Euildinst , Iiloia Street. Ulcsa, Arizona. Mrs. W. T. Lipscomb, Prop. . us?1 w vm J . L 11a itJs a A WHOLESALE CE' LER IN Wheat, Barley, Alfalfa, Grain Hay and All Kinds of Cereals. Special Price o.i Lar.e Contracts Correspondence 5olUited. n 13 and loo We have Just received a large shioment of Zinc Tubs and Well Buckets. Call and see them at Wilbrfnllen Hardware Company IV'tKSiV AHIKOXA. BIG BARGAINS In Hats. V.'e are cli.sins out our Hats at a reduced price, room for fall stick. Come early and get your choice 8. M. JOHNSON & BUGS. M ""ISA, Don't forget that the Pioneer Store ZENOS CO-OP. carries the best and largest line of General Merchandise of any store on the South Side. Largest Line of General Mer:haudk-c h Mesa. Ynl0jaBriiL 4ft 7 reopened. dny, week or guaranteed. Horns boarded by month. ("ood care fine Turnouts. ARIZONA. TAILOR n . . , .. 1 . . 1 ... , ' J 111 filj Ull-l leiuio llie lo'-'iirji f s anstieil. liel a suit mace t:i?t iooks ARIZONA. f SOUTH SIDE. 1 u o TF.MI'K. Harry Tin):r.ps,.n tin i brl.l? returned yesterday mining from California. Til.-y "ill lie In th. re: : '.en -e prop erty ef I Hal t. A liartood rartitl'ti is being built betw-ea the urtic s ,.f th l ettl tsta:e an 1 lire insurtir.ee rustler. W. A. Bol ton, and A'.t niey Clari s Wooif. C.-org.' Nicho'as drove over to Phas 1 x yes: -r.io y. Kev. Mr. P.ir.l hoi. is servtres in the '. re:-, gati. :i.a e'e.'.in c a: the usual houis. His 1 : 1 . a : -: t i ; 1 - tin-me will be ' K g n ;e:h n." a:nl til- subject' in he evening will be "How Far i.s the til-.'e the W. r.l ef Ho iV" M. L. Spear will run on the republi-(l-i ti.-k-i this fell fo- justice of the ji. a. e !' ; Tempe prt .-in.-t. 1'y a misun- o.-i. :c!ul:ng his v.cn.ina:' n uas no. nounc.d r.r.,r th. cat: -is some w as . H" wa- he.c, r. nominated an- ,.t k? an.l will run on iiv iickU4 t.'uinn And. r.- n w as in to.vn vest, r day tin: enpi: ti i all a rrattt; etuent s fir a f: t ball sitti' Tlir.nksgiviug day it the Ph 1. par k. Mr. Anders. m is manager of the Tucson univi rs.it y team and the normal fan will meet the uni-"e!.-'tv .-.:.ni on da;.' for the lirst exciting game of the s.as.111. The uni-vei-.ts t:tim is a - cry strong d lega tion litis voir and ha- a good show to vein l.-unv'.s this wint-r. The normal als : luis strange- material this ar than it had last year. So the me. ting of tht- teams tit the park or. Tttanksgiv -ir.g (lay is await, u with great interest by all teal sports. MKS. Mr. E.I. L. Moat-oni; ry and Miss May Hill will b- m 1 ri-d t-nlay at In hume uf the biije's p ir.-nts. lioth are prominent in Mt.'a's s ciety. and the Sarnett & Wingar Are selling everything in the DRY GOODS I Line at COST. CtiM in ai:d fi:p j.ly your?elf with tt Winter's Outfit at wholesale rices. TEMPE, ARIZ. our handsome G line of White Colored Granateware. Must make ARIZONA. TlMj rzxri gtts a th 4 i Him. WIS.1C the much I Mo ir happine ss. Sheriff Murray ar.J Di puty came f Mtfa at the call f.ir as in catch I hf lubbers and were itanc: no the trail at the last reports. Mr. John Mtts has spent the oay la Mesa. visiting his old friends an.l look ing int. i hi." business ititertsts, anil, by the way. assisting in 1 tinning iluwn the robbers. Although he received a te e gram from his thief that h had n jurisdiction in the case without pro. ss of law. Mrs. Dr. llrack is now able to sit up seine. ir.Ueh to the joy of her husband and friends. She was very near death's ' door for care and i seer. . e. the cays, and only the attention effectt- 1 her best of coriVal- I ' MEWS OF JEROME Ji r. Ariz., Sept. L'S. (Speeinl cor the K publican. ) We. ro:ne. friends of the ' . ..... ..,,.1. ,.r jt,,., ,,..',, f ., gro.-m and future fri-nds c f the bn lo. r. ad with pleasure the account in yes ter.'ay's lie publican of the Wi d.iing of one of our mesit csttemed townsmen. jH;;; . l.ir -..In to Miss Martha M. s. which te .k phi.-c at th.' here irlle's parents in Phoenix. Wol- U'S la', evening. IVit Is V H liked In .l.'ioiiie. lie is manager of the g-nts' clothing department of th- '!'. F. Mil ler company re. and as such has proved himself v. painstaking. He i; ry imp. tent and : 1-a ler of the home l and. We will be glad to wel oni-- Mr. 'X 1 1 1 1 Ml'S I.lnroln u'lifii thi-y return to i make their home among us. I Mrs. S. 1.. H- slet is out on ak creek ; I visiting her sist-r. Mrs. Jatnes Page. J Mrs. Ophelia Owens happened to a j very painful accident yestfi-day after-! noon while working in the steam laun- idly. She was putting clothes through' the mangle when her right hand be- I came caught between the "rollers. Th; I hand was quickly drawn in to the wrist I and her arm would have been eaken , ! off had not one of the men in the laun ' dry thrown off the belt. She was taken' i'ii town to Iter ro.oc :;n 1 a physician ': ! summoned. Th hand was found lo J , be burned very badly, but not mashed, j ' The skin was burned so it all peeled j from the 71a lm of the hand. The man- ! git was ..he one that went through the fire and had not yet been entirely re- I pah-rd. Mrs. Owtiis was an old hand iii the laundry, but had n it been us d j to feeding in the clothes , without the guard before the dangerous rollers. The whir and buzz of the fall cam paign can now be In ar.l in the distance. Soon it will be heard right in the mii'st of peaceful Jerome, the quietest ( town in Ariz ma. Tomorrow night ill democrats will open the campaign with a rousing meeting in our li'.tle home. Tile most important speaker of the oc casion will be no less important a per s mage than Col. Wiison. present del--gate t 1 congress and nominee for half .delegate next t; rtn. 1-P wpl o- as;i.t- ' 1 d by T. '.. Nori is. P. J. O'Sullivan and other such well kn ran orators. The brass band will be in att.-ndanee during i the evening. The local democrats are 1 leaving no stone unturned to make the ' first political meeting a howling sue- . cess. There is nothing mire excising! than a genuine campaign. We all re member b: ing at such meetings when we were kids. Hnd the delight we took at seeing the bonfires burn and heaving the ginat powder beo.11. Jerome will welcome all iioiitieal comers and give them all an appreciative audience. ; i The wedding of the two well known Jeroioites which apeared in the llepub lican recently i-austil some surprre Jn '.Jerome when it became generally' known. The wedding was that of I'.ev. Claude Thompson and Miss Olga Wil lard. Rev. Thompson was the Metho dist minister in J-rome and the Yer le .valley for a year, an.; It was while in the discharge of his duties he m-;.: Miss j "Wiilard. who is the daughter of Mr. I Lew Wiilard. one of the oldest settlers . in the valley. Announcement cards have been received I y Jerome friends of the bride and groom. I The ladies are all preparing to at- i tend the millinery op. tiing of Mrs. o. .1. P.ernci's millinery store. A good I many husbands and fathers will reach ! way down into then- socks to pay th- j bills after their wives and 1 have been to the opening, j The Reporter is throwing tlia-t one of the democratic daughters ; out hints I nominees e the tar- ' who resides in Jerome will 1 gvt of a lot of scratches from the inem hers of the miners' union this fall.; They seem to think the party was iden- ! tified with 'the deftatt.ig of the eight- j 1 hour law iwei years ago. j J Wm. Turnbaugh has Ha led bis farm : Ion the Ytrde for the livery and feed! I stables 1 f Scott &: Nevin. T'ne trans- I f-T will be made 0:1 the first, ot the ', ! month. Th'- Turn!' mgh place is a good I farm and will raise bits of hay. Mr. i '.S-ott Will g.1 to the Verde I to th- farming whil-. Mr. No ! main iu Jei .me and lool: at ! dertaking and etit'ialmint; and attend i-ai will re- r the tin- business !s' - "e .,.., ; 1 '''" '-'-1-' house from John Oroll. ind will ciindun: t lie business iu tin Mr. Croll Hill probably leave futuif. ; Jerome 1 f iV tile present. J. I.. Summers has started a sla.ee You Feel Clean, You (TKA11K) 3 entire community THAT'S (MAKES YOU CLEAN.) Something Nice for Nice People. r. delightful bttth preparation for all toilet purposes. It' giving the skin the glow A Tempe, Arizona. Messrs. Laird & Dines: Dear Sirs The sample of P.atholcii e so kindly sent me. I have given a fai. trial and fin 1 it a great cl.an.-er and that it l.-nvis the skin invigorated and refreshed. The formula of Ihe same I have studied carefully and find that there is nothing in it that is harmful to the mist delicate skin. Any one wishing a refreshing, cleansing bath should use it. Very truly. . . G. A. SCROGGi, M. D. fict a iox of Batholene at Goodman & Co. Drug to. and give it a trial, it -will i'Ica.-T ynii. Price 25 Cents, one pound box Turkish i'aw Cloth fate ivith each box, and fast freight line from Jerome to the Brookshire and Clif mints, south of town. He makes daily trips and is working up quite a good business. Soon many such stages will be making regular trips ta the minim? camps in this vicinity, and my eft asserttd pre diction that Jerome will tw the greatest city in Arizona will be fulfilled. Wu:i the many ri eh mines at our very thres hold ..he town is bound to come up. H. W. Laskev came over from Pns- crit yesterday afternoon to arrange to snip his goods to that place. He has so- j tided a good location and will opsn a lirst-class furnishing store there. Win. It. Orr, of Phoenix, is registered ;lt 'ne i onnor. 1'artlett is in Jero-ie from Tuc- Roll. His fine hotel is all Tjut complet- ed. It will be one of the very best buildings in Arizona. d. d. McDonald. FoLI.ir l.D "THE PATHFINDER.' The m ist notable character in I i.arthi rn -Michigan is Hani 1 ".V.iip;t-i. : ef Tiavetr: City. r -'.--.tnie great hunter .and U5pf.il v ;m!:j:i fighter, ("nc'.e j Dan fetair. t'ne vigor of a man of CO. yet he has live I more than 100 ytars. ( Dan Whipple was a lr.tinbir of the famous exptd.tion of John C. Fremont ! in 1S13. After leaving Sal: Lake the , Indian guidts deserted the party and akf ilutely refused to ascend the n.oi.ntaiiTs their belief being that the j mountain tops were the especial realm I or the Great S.n it. and too Fa -led i 'i human to invade. Whipple, theiet.ne. with his own hands, assisted in plants I ing the stars and strlpts upun the sain I mil of the Rockies. Thue was a tragedy in Whipple's early life. When he was about 27 years old he -r et a charming girl. One day they were surprised by In dia r.-s and carik-d into captivity. They linally reached a secluded spot, where the ledskins prnceded to torture their victim. Dan was forced to look upon the most horrifying atrocity that tlieir 1 captors could conceive. -Alter tne 1 death of thi girl Whipple was a-fi-tel I to tscap? by a siuaw whom he had be i friended some miMiths before. He ! made his way back to the spot wheie ', his sweetheart was murdered. He ! found the body and butied it. At the Slave of the murdered gill he vou.u that he would not rest until every one i of the band ivhleh had committed the I atrocity had met death at his hands, j ban devoted the next few months to ! hunting thj redskins, and linally sh.it I de'.xn the last. New York World. NO HCLP FROM THE FATHER. i "When I was new in the business." ! said a public school teacher. "I use! to 1 . ... .w. - . . . ! o i.oei me pa.ei.es 01 ..,. .i ... I limes wnen 1 snouiu nave a.-iea on my 1 own hook. The result was clten of a : character to make me curse the 1110 j ment when 1 had taken it into my In ad : to inve.e the boy's father to my cla-s- I ' room. Once, when I taught in one of ! the toughest neighbourhoods in town. I ' ;i boy unloaded on me same of the worst English to be heard on the How- 1 ; 1 ry. Being green in the business, i lirst blushed and then flew into a pas- sion. l!i'.'. the boy only continued to sneer, and. speaking out of the corner 1 ; of his month, he went on abusing me In Ihe met approved gutter-snipe fash ion. 1 was wild. I thought of asking for the boy's discharge, but found it impracticable. There was quite a lab yrinth of red tape to go through and the result was anything but certain, i A confrere, who was as green as I was. suggested that I write to th? boy's father. I did, and the old fellow a tough-looking Irishman called the ve- 1 ry nexe day. 'Good mornin. teacher,' . its a good ting I'm out of a 100 an' gat de time to speak to ye. Well, sor, ye: want me to give Billit a lit kin, don't' ye'." I said yes. explaining the situa- 1 tion. Then the old fellow looked me over, grinned and answered: 'An I say if a feller as calls himself teacher don' know how to give a boy a lickin he ain't tarnin' the wages the payin' him. Good day, sor.' " Com Adv. n city s N. Y. WHAT'S IN A NAME. When I heard last week that it was 1.1 be christened "Symphony Hali" I w ouldn't believe my ears, ami rtf rained f! mil mentioning the chosen name even as a possibility. But it seems it is true. Musical Boston has lost its real music hall forever, and "Symphony hall" is 1 its la da ua substitute! But why n it i "Nocturne hall," or "Kappelmeister i hall." or "Sostenuto hall." or. in fac', t why not "Oratorio hall?" These titles i aie r.o sillier than Symphony, and quite ! as appropriate for a hall which to be 1 devoted to all foi nis of musical enter tainment. The 7rettiest thing to have ; done, if a distinctive name must be RiV'ii. was to call this longed-for build ing Htgginson hall. that is a com- plimenl to Bostons greatest music j THE CLUB STA8LES North Centor Street. Handsome Turnouts. Horses boarded by the day, week or month. HEN BY GEORGE, Prop. Know You Are Clean. (mark) form of powder to lie used in place of soap the great clituiscr. Nothing else can Ciiutil it in f lnalth and smoothness uf velvet. I'HYSICIAX'S OPINION. patron, to which every lover of the Symphony orchestra would subscribe nvany times over. I do wonder who spoiled a dignified "temple of art" by saddling it with that mountain resort targe sttrt of a name! Hasten Herald. It's a wise person who k:n.vs jus what to do in an emergency. 7MP, ARIZONA. Finest equipped and most hand somely furnished hotel in the terrt'tory. All modern improve ments of every kind. Unusually large suites, with or without private baths. Cuisine unex celled. Finest climate in the world. A tourists' home. Just the place to spend 'the fall, winter and spring months. Sun shines every day In the year. C. E. Atwood, fttQPRJEIOR. 'Proposals for Building Materials, On I ions, Potatoes, etc. I. S. Indian I School Service. Fort Yurna Indian j School, Yuma, Arizona. September 19, I l'JOO. ' Sealed proposals indorsed "Proposals for Building Materials, etc.," as the t rase may be, and addressed to ithe un 1 dersigned at Yuma; Arizona, will be ' received at this school until 2 o'clock p. m. of Oetober It!, 1900. f ir fumish . ing and delivering, as may be required during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1901, about 11,500 feet of lumber, S3 sorted, doors, wind'aws; 1,000 pounds ' onions, 27,000 pounds 7iotatocs. as per j specifications obtainable at the school. I Bidders will state specifically the prlce o each article t be offered un der contract. All articles so offered will be subject to a rigid inspection-. The right is reserved to rejfet any or all bids, or any part of any bid, if deemed for the best interests of tha service. I Each bid must be accompanied by a i certified check or draft on some United States depository' or solvent national bank, made payable to the order of , the commissioner of Indian affairs, for , at least five per cent of the amount ot 1 the proposal, tail check to be forftit I ed to the Unitc-d States in case a bidder j receiving an award shill fail to promptly execute r. .satisfactory con tract: otherwise to be returned lo the bidder. Bids accomriar.ied by cash In lieu of certifietd check will not be considered. Very respectfu'.iy, JOHN S. SPEAR, Suoerintendent. 1 - " : : UKSEP.T LAND. FINAL PROOF. Ulicii, r OR FLBDICATIOM. United Slates Land Office, Tucson, Arizona, September 6, 1900. Notice Is hereby given that Orson A. n"erts of Arlington. M-arieopa County, Arizona, has. filed notice of intention to make proof on his desert-land claim No. 2977. for the S. . N. E. V, and X. . S. E. 14. Sec. 7. T. 2 S., U. a W., G. & S. R. B. & M., before the clerk of the Dis trict Court at Phoenix. Arizona, on Monday, the 15:h day of October, 1900. lie names the following witnesses to prove ths complete Irrigation and rec lamation of said land: William H. Taylor, Irvine Church and Moses E. Clanton of Arlington, Arizona, and John B. Montgomery cf Phoenix. Ari zona. MILTON R. MOORE. Register. First publication September 8, 1900. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. . Estate of Finla L. McClure, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under ! sig-ned administrator, with will an I nexed, of the estate of Finla L. Mc I Clurr, deceased, to the creditors of I and all perfons having claims against I the said deceased, to exhibit them. with the necessary vouchers, within ten month,-! after the first publication of this notice to the said administrator, at rooms 212 and 213, Fleming block. Phoenix, Arizona, the same being the place for the transaction of trie busi ners of ?aid estate in said county of Maricopa. H. B. WILKINSON, Administrator, with Will Annexed, of Finla L. McClure, Deceased. Datt d this 4th day of September. 1900. First publication, September 5, 1900. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Robert S: Brown Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed administrator of the estate nf Robert S. Ilrown, deceased, to the cred itors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first pub lication of this notice to the said ad ministrator at the office of II. 1$. Wilkinson. Rooms 212 and 21.1. Fleming block, Phoenix. Arizona, the same be ing the place for the transaction of the business of said estate in said county of Maricopa. A. J. WICK1ZER, Administrator of Robert S. Brown, Deceased. Dated this 4th day of September, 1M0. First publication, September 3, 1900. WATER NOTICE. From May 1 to October 1 all sprink ling must be done between 5 and 8 p. m., and never without a nci.zle or sprayer attached to hose. For violation of above rule water will be turned off vittiout notice. . rHOENlX. 3YATER CO. Atwood PHOENIX WHOLESALE PRICES. BUTTER Bancb, per tb, 15c; Mari copa creameiy, 24c; Temp-Mesa Pro duce Co., 22c; Valley Pride creamery, 22c. EGGS Ranch, ?G.107.00 per case. CHEESE Eastern, full cream, iei tb, 17Ci20c; home, 1012c. FRESH FRUITS AND BERRIES. APPLES Belleflowers and fancy red, per box, J1.75S1.90. LEMONS Fancy, per case, $4.505. BLACKBERRIES 17iic per box. ORANGES Late Valencias, SSLSOfl 4. id per case. PP:ACHFS Per box, U.DOC3I.SO. ! PEARS Per box, $2.00(g2.25. PLUMS Per crate, $1.601.75. PEARS-Per box, tl.751.9C. . DIIIED FRTJTTS. RAISINS -London layer, tt.2Dr32.6; loese, ;2r Ib, 6',c; Thompson eeedlc--, 7 8c; ult.ux l, Gac. APPLES Evaioo rated rancy. U4. PEACHES Fancy, 10c PEACHES Choice. 8c PLUMS Pitted, choice, 10. NUTS Walnuts, fancy soft hells, 14c; almonds, paper shell,' 15c; soft shell, 14c; hard shells, 9c per lb; pecans, lO'ic; California, 12c; Alberta. 15; Bra zils, 14c; pinones, 10c; peanuts, eastern, roasted, ll12c; raw 810c; borne raw, 7g'8c; roasted, UAc; chestnuts, 17 Q 20c per !t. FLOUR Per cwt., local extra rollei process, t2.35; graham, S3 per cwt.; whole wheat flour, $2.20 per cwt. CORN MEAL White, tl per wt., yellow, Jf. per cwt. BRAN Per ton, J15. POTATOES Early Rose, $1.501.75 per cwt. . ONIONS S. S., 11.26 per cwt. CABBAGE Northern, J33.50 per cwt.: in Backs. Crates, extra. . VEGETABLES Beeta per cwt., 1.B; evaporated chilis per rb, 15c; green onions, per dozen bunches, 25c; radishes per dozen bunches, 25c; tomatoes, per box, $1.25; carrots, $1.50 per cwt.; gree.i chili, 17c per Ib; summer squash, leer box, 75c; cucumbers, 75c per box. BEANS Small whiter $4.60 per cwt-; pinks, per cwt., $4; Lima. $5.6005.75. COFFEES AND SUGARS. COFFEES Central American, 18(3 20c; Peaberry, 20 22c; Mocha and Java, 3031c; Arbuckle's, $15 per case; Lion coffee, $14.50. SUGARS Granulated cane, per cwt.. $7.50; cube, $7.75; powdered, $7.75; C, $7.00. POULTRT AND GAME. POULTRY Hens, good heavy, pel dozen, $5.0005.25; Pekin ducks, live, per dozen, $5.50g't; spring chickens, live pe dozen, $44.50. MEATS. HAMS Medium, 13c. BACON Breakfast, per lb, 13c. . LARD Kettle rendered leaf, 3, $6.40; 5s, $6.30; 10s, $6.20. DRY SALT PORK Per lb, Sc. HIDES, WOOL AND TALLOW. HIDES Dry, 1617c per lb; kip, 15Q 16c; calf, 10(&17c; bull, 11c; green, 540 6c pel- tb. WOOL Firm, from 16 to 18e. TALLOW Per lb, No. L 2'jj3c . Wool pelts from 9c per lb up; (oat skins, from 12c up. HONEY AND BEESWAX. . HONEY Strained, per case, 7.M. BEESWAX Per lb, 2224c GRAIN AND HAY. WHEAT Per cental, shipping, $1.15. HAY Per ton, loose alfalfa, $9.0; baled alfalfa, $10.50. BARLEY $1.05 per cwt. Barley, rolled. $1.20 per cwt. LIVE STOC- CATTLE Fat, $3.50; feeders, $2.25 2.90. CALVES $4.00. KOGS $4.76. SHEEP $4.M PnOENIX RETAIL PRICES. EGGS Ranch, per dozen, 30c. UUTTER Ranch, per lb, 2025c; Maricopa creamery, 30c; Tempe-Mesa Produce Co., 5c; Valley Pride O earn ery, 25e. CHEESE Eastern, full cream, per tb, 30c; home, 20c. FRESH FRUITS AND BERRIES. BLACKBERRIES Fer box, IT'ic. PEARS 10c per lb. LEMONS Per dozen, 2025c. ORANGES Valencias, per dozen. 2560c. a iS -l'lSI APPLES Cc per lb. GRAPES 510c per pound. DRIED FRUITS Apples, evaporate fancy, per lb, 2t!c;;peaches, fancy, l'i'fl 15c; choice, 10c; plums, pitted, lie; prunes, choice, 8c; fancy, U"i apricots, fancy, 15c: choice ll13c VEGETABLES. ONIONS Green, per bunch, 21j!c. STRING BEANS Per lb, 12'ic. CARROTS Per bunch, 2jC CABBAGE Per head, he. ASPARAGUS 10c per bunch. HEAD LETTUCE 5310c. EGG PLANT 10c per lb. ONIONS Dry, per tb, 3g5c. BEANS White, per lb, 5c; pink, per tb, 5c; Lima, per lb, 10c. BEETS Per tb. 3'2c. CHILIS Evaporated, per tb, 25c; green, per lb, 25c. FRESH FISH. Southern California varieties, 15c per tb; Columbia river salmon, 25c per Ib; Northern California, 20c. POULTRY AND GAME. HENS fiOlrGOe. (SPRING CHICKENS Dressed, 40 60c. PEKIN. DUCKS 6575c. FRESH MEATS. BEEF Per lb, 6 to 20c; veal, per lb, S to 20c; mutton, per It), 7 to 20c. FRESH PORK 10f, 15c. HAMS Medium, 15c. BACON Breakfast, per ib, 13i3T14c. SALT PORK 12',... LARD In ting, 3s, 33c; 6s, 65c; $1.25. FLOUR. FLOUR Local, roller process, 10s, per cwt.. J2.H0: graham, per cwt.. $2.50. CORN MEAL Per cwt.. $2.50. COFFEES AND SUGARS. COFFEES Central American, green, 15(ji23c; Peaberry. roasted, 30tf35c; Mo cha and Java, 2itS'50e; Arbuckle's per Ib. 20c: Lion coffee, per tT, 15c. SUGARS Granulated cane, per Tb, 8c; cuUe1 19c; powSereij 10c C 6eic. SCCN'C LINE Or ARIZONA. SANTA FE, PRESCOTT & PHOENIX RY. PfiESCOTT & EASTERN R.B. WITH TUX - SANTA fC SYSTtli. Shortest i.ud Quickest lerTire between Pboeois K&niiai City, St. Ixiuli ChicaKO And all Eastern point From the West Tbrougb Time Vabie. To tae West - 5 I B In il j si j iJlL tTsip lv.. Portland. ..ar I ' Ab " I HDi'.n lv 8. Francisco. r (I.OOp 1 12.I61 r ..Molave... It I 2 4Qa I l..vp I lv. oau "Jie"o ..ar 1 l.ap 1 1 7ip)TLon Aatclei.WI 8.Ma I i lo It . Bar. tow ..ar 1.51 I ;' 'n lv For HF ' 11 lftO I ciuiu i-ue East I East lO.miplv C'bicaKO ar 9.OO7, . 9.0flplT Bl Louis ar .l6p lu.SJ.'a It KanfiasCity ar 7.00a Ul ' 3.2Sa it Denver ar 6.OO7. S.ap ' .05a lv... Albuqu'que srlO.SOp 11 in p ,12.10p ar AsbFork It 7.56a 10 2 8011th boiiDd LOCAX TIMS 1ABLK Mount iln Time. North bound No. 1 Pass. JSo. -i fi llln Lv.. -Asa (UK...Ai 5.15p: No. 3 7 Sip U. V. & p. ...Jerome Junction. 3.2.5H NO. Lt Jerome Ai C. V.I ar. Jerome Junction. It' 4P.I K2ip! ...P. A K. Junction. tl.Ollpl 2 4.p WoJg No. 21 8 35pll.v Presoott Ar 12 lapl 12 4Hp l.lOp wsp 2 asp! Lv ....Mayer Ar lo.uta Huron Cherry Creek Lr..P. A E. Juoct...Ar Ar .Prescott Lt y 9 o.liia a.2u w.a 8.J5iil Prescott ar iar..SVull Valley.. .It 0 04p lv.. Skull Valley.. .ar 10.2I-1 Kirkland 1 1.5 y . .Conftreps Junction. 12 ?flpl......Wickenburg l!& pl. tHot eprines Jut.... S.Oual.' Peoria.., Z.lOpi Glendale 2 -JOaI A lhambra.. .. 1 tinp 1.2Cp, l.wrp )2 44p 11.19a lO.-la 10 l'a .la ra K .Va 2..Sv!er......Ploeni ..ItI 8 M Dining Room ft California Limited pasaes Ash Fork Tuursdays. Fridays, Saturday! and Mondays t Chlcngo Limited pastes Ah Fork Son days, M iiitinya, Weilnat.t lys and Fridays. Tbroueb tickets to all points in the Unit State. Canada and Mexico. CONNECTIONS: Jerome Junction wiu v. v A P. Ry tor Jerome; P. & E. Junction with P. 4 . K. K. for Huron and Mayer; Mayer with Btage to Crown King and otber mining poi jtf Prescott with stage lines for all principal mining camps; Congress Junction with Stare lines lor Congress, Harqua Hala. Stanton and yarnell: Hot Springs Junction with Ibe C. C H. S. A I. Co., for Castle Creek Hot Spring, the all-vear-Toupd health resort; Phttnix with U M. A P. A E. H. V. K. K. jor points on the B. V System. JC. W. GILLiTT. H. P. ANKWALT, General Agent, Gen. Pa-ii. Agt. Pboeniz. Prescott. Ari- La GILA VALLEY, GLOBE & NORTH ERN RAILWAY CO. Time Table No. 23, Taking Effect Jun 10, 1900, at 1.00 a. m. (Mountain Time.) No. 11. STATIONS. No. 12. 6:00 amLv... Globe (T) . 6:25 am Cutter (F) 6:35 am( Gilson's F) 6:51 am! Rice (F) . .Ar. 9:30 pm 9:03 pm S:4S pm j 8:35 pm 7:10 ami... San Carlos (T) ... 7:51 pm 7:40 am Dewey (F) 7:26 pm 8:16 am Geronlmo (F) 6:51 pm 8:33 amj.. Fort Thomas (T) ..j 6:27 pm 9:17 am Pima (T) 5:56 pm 9:05 am..Matthewsville (F).. 6:02 pm 8:0 pm Patagonia j 6:14 am 7:54 pm Crittenden 6:20 am 9:31 am) Central (F) 5:48 pm 9:41 amj.... Thatcher fF) j 5:40 pm 9:51 am) Safford (T) j 5:20 pm 10:05 am.. Solomonville (T) ..j 5:00 pm 10:32 amj. .Rail N Ranch (F)..l 4:35 pm 10:52 ami.. 20-Mile Tank (F) ..j 4:23 pm 11:00 am). .Bailey's Wells (F).. 4:18 pm 11:25 ami. .Summit Spur (F..j 4:00 pm 32:00 m Ar... Bowie (T) ...Lvj 3:30 pm (F) F lag stations; no agents. (T) Telegraph stations. An extra consisting of a straight passenger train will be run both ways each Sunday on No. 11 and 12's time. Nos. 11 and 12 make close connection at Bowie with Southern Pacific trains for both east and west, and at Globe with stage lines to Payson, Upper Salt River Valley, Riverside, Tonto Basin and Ray Mines. WILLIAM GARLAND, President. A. M. BEAL, Superintendent. BENSON AND NOGALES. Time Table No. 30. Feb. 1, 1900. Daily from Benson. Dally toward Bensosu STATIONS. 5:30 pm Benson 5:34 p:a.. N. M. & A. Yard 5:48 pm Canisteo 6:13 pmj Fairbanks 6:28 pm Brookline 6:14 pm!..... Huachuca .... . 8:40 am ..8:36 am .. 8:22 am ..j 7:57 am ..j 7:44 am ..j 7:31 am ..I 7:03 am 7:14 pm Elirin . 7:33 pm Sonolta . 6:45 am 1.10 pm Bloxton 6:04 am 8:16 pmj Sanfords 5:56 am St 37 pm Calabasas j 5:33 am 9:00 pm Nogales j 5:10 am SECOND DIVISION CARBO NOGALES. AND Time Table No. 48, February 1, 1900. Daily towards Guaymas. STATIONS. Dally from Guaymas. 10:05 pm Nogales 5:32 an 10:30 pmj Encina 4:42 am 10:47 pmj Agua Zarca ....j 4:25 am 11:06 pmj 'Cibuta j 4:01 am 11:20 pm Caslta j 3:45 am 11:40 pmj Cumeral j 3:21 am 11:47 pmj... C.erro Blanco ...j 3:13 am 11:57 pm Imuris j 3:05 am 12:02 amj Imuris j 3:00 am 12:13 am Pierson 2:51 am 12:20 cm San Ignacio j 2:44 am 12:29 am Magdalena 1":37 am Lorenzo . 12:56 am Santa Ana. 1:30 am Llano ... 2:05 an. Puerto .. .. 2:34 am ..j 2:25 am .. 2:04 am ..j 1:30 am .12:55 am 2:25 am Querobabt 12:36 am 2:39 am Camou jl2:21 am 2:56 amj Poza 12:04 am 3:25 am , ,. Carbo 11:35 pm 15 AN tKANCltifO P'RKIGHT Sltll MENTS VIA SANTA FE LINE DIRECT. On mid after May 1 the Santa Fe will receive nnd deliver Stm Francisco con signing nts of freight on its ctn rails, which mas nil great nnvlnr of ttm. E. W, tJILLETT. .