VOL. 3. XO. 12. WHOLE NO. 83.
PIHE.VIX, MARICOPA COUXTY, A. T., WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1879,
NEW SERIES NO. 19.
Published every Saturday and Wednesday.
GOSPER &. M
One copy otip yrsr. - - -One
copy nix months, - -Hy
currier, iu Phtunix. per month,
Advertising Rates: i
Out? inch, one iuseriion, - - CO j
Kiiob pnhpeoucDt insertion. - 1 W
Professional curd., pur month, - - 1 5 j
Charles W. ('bane is our Authorized j
Washington St., between Maricopa
aitd Pima streets.
And Well Ventilated Rooms
By the dav or niht .
Asont iu San Francisco.
II It . PATRICK,
Civil Engineer and Ieputy V. S.
Mineral Sarvoyor for Arizona. I
Orocs With "W. A. Hancock Phceiiir.
Attorney and Counselor at Law. 1
Tucson. Arizona. J
A SHOWER BATH connected with the
Hotel for the convenience of emts nnd the
ublic generally. I. J. GARDINER.
All law business will receive prompt and i
careful attention. j
J. A. ZABRISKIE. B. II. HEREFORD.
HEREFORD A XABStIIvIK
Attorneys and Counselors at L&n
And Notary Public.
Office on Myers street, opposite Talace J
Hotel, Tucson, Arizona, i
AND SALE STABLE.
lO Cts. per Quart
37 CENTS PER GALLON,
PACKER & MCKENNA.
Co WaMagtrm strep In th oM Capitol BuiM-
ing UixM Dee a
Refitted and KefumislieiL
lmO IT THE MOST ATTRACTIVE
- A place in Phenix
JT. JliVIXE d- CO.
It. I. KOSSOV. M. I. ?
Physician and Hurceon.
(Graduate of the University of Va.)
Offers his professional service to the
people of Phanix and vicinity. Ollicc in the
Thi- Pioner Stable of Gillett has at all !
j iine-j liny ana ormu. and all tiie aceummo
; Unions for boarding hordes.
I. H. COS. A. C. EAKEH
COX & Il.mZsll.
A t t o r n e y h a 5 Law,
Phcenix A. T.
Office, np-ptairs. in Capital building, on
J li y 8 i i a u s a u I Stti'Sf ir
Will attend profes.-ional calls at any hou.
of the dav or niu-ht. Oilice east side oi tiie
pl:iza. O. H. P. Sheet.-. M. !.. late of Jieno.
Sev.; J. E. Whiu-tun, !., V. H. Medical
VI 21. M. BKi.i KKMtllM.K.
Cii'i: KDiueer ami Co. Surveyor.
Piiienis, A. T.
Office with Linville & Wiley, one door
on-t of Express oice. All order promptly
Worses on Hand at All Times t.
L,et and 3 or Male.
FEL X DEES,
Has fitted lip a Barber Shop opposite the
Heiiald Oihce, wiieie he wtli be pleaded to
isee hiri numerous friends and the public in
general, fc-havinr. Siiampooing and Hair
Cutting done iu the Latest Style and satis-
Th PnrW adj;rlnir e?i tains eRUiPS cnpnbl
'oumuiofr the n- at f st di- u.
thp utf.r iavr.n paler tke at
tP"t:on orh noHV t" th rnt thrt h- U rr
p rt-l to xcn all w-k In 'in in fii-el-
tvlp. A 18- ronsMnt'y on lian-1 a fine as
(rfnin f v"w of
ARIZONA SCEX F,R Y
Sroscopi and 810 oizfl. rnntjunir in part
'f Onrorimpnt pnet. Ar.'rr Rul Imlian
Cnru. and other Cliftrarprie pnrv
At Turing-' Bazar W'ili- tnn t. PJ-pp'x
nfi o. h nrn iitiock
Or No Sale,
THE PHCEXIX HERALD.
SEJII V. KEKU t lltl'.
Wndnesiiay, May 7. iS7i,
ON TO MEXICO.
Boston Wants the Trade From Our
A History cf the A. t. & S
F. R. R.
Opposition and Competition.
On 7Ioctezuma street, opposite the ner
wij o;iije. aaJ jcrtn tiie street irom o. r
.u::ner loealiou. wucrc we are prepared lit
i:.riiir-h tuu citizc-ub oi 1 hucnix w.ih the
HARNESS & SADDLERY
MUTTOX, POItK, ETC.
IHVIVR OPENED A SHOP FOR TIIE
ntiiniit'Hcnir of Ham?! aud S.lillery, I am
prepared to rute all work in tha t'.lnd ta a
FIRST CLASS MANNER.
HAltlil ! JO - i.W.
Attorney and Vu arior at an. i
Pha-nii. A. T. :
OfSce r.p-s:nirs iu Capital buildius, Wasb-
That Can be Obtained.
OTKRO &. ItLVKK.
YAVAPAI CO., A. T.
Milex from lJro-ott and
from E'IkkiiIx. on the
Ulaclv Caayau l(ual.
J. li I i. i,AS.
Arrhitrct an a Superintendent . i
Plans, specificaiiouf and estimates care- ;
f-i!!y prep.-trvfl. Dtiire with l)r:'. wheels i
WUartviQ. ejt ide jf the plaza. j
IS. L, . CU.WKKS.
Physician and S 11 r e e o n .
(Late of Viaiia. l a!.) j
Office: on Washington ttr-jct. two doors !
Jll.IlS Y. VAX MVCIi. j
Attorney and Counselor at Lan, !
McMillenville. Maricopa Co.. A. T. j
Will practice In ail the courts of the Terri- :
JO II X T. A I-S.4 I j
Attorney and Counselor at Law. !
Phosnix. Arizona. j
All hufinesB promptly attended to. Office !
with the District Attorney. j
monATE JUlJliE. :ivTABYri3LIC. !
W.1I. A. IIAXCOCK, f
Attorney at Law, j WashSnjrtnn street, ajoinina
I'banis. A. T. I Wtore of CataueUa.
jL-f7"Land btiMuess iu all departatents a i
Farrnprf and stock mn will find t to thir la- J
ten -St t Im-h'ow the'r pHtrai-e npin n;e as
none but fi st r-tas work i tnmeu out at my
D'ret'ily opposite ih Hkrat.P tffic.
n9 FDWAED OTONOR,
Express and Delivery
JJ VlS. A WAGON BUILT EXTP.rSLY
ror thp piirp- I am pr p r-d to do anythinr
In th- ab'-re tin.
Fitrnitnrc moving a special ty
WE WILL HAVE THE
PAYOR KEEP OUR
The Atchison, Topeka & Snnta Fe
Rilriid has tiecoine prelty well
known liy n:imc to Boston people, flur
in the past year, while its stock, up
on the brokers" hoards, which was at
first given let the pun httsers of its
bonds, hss advanced irom nine dol
lars to one hundred slid eiht dollars
per slmre. The recent tncveinc-ct ot'
the maunders of this road to secure a
Massachusetts charter, under which
a company uiijiht construct a railrosd
into Mexico, has brovtjrbt !t still fur
ther iuto public notice of late, nnd a
brief sketch of its history uikI pro
nosd c:.te;;tii.n may nut be unhitcr
eslina1. The Atclnyon, Topeka & Santa Fe
Railroad, though nouiinally but 471
miles iu length, and by its charter
running from Atchison (near tl.e
cm Pacific. The latter starts from
the Raton Mounts ins, on the Lltn!
ary line between Colorado unj New
Mexico, ami thoujrlt now in oppem
ion for only tweiity miles, is beini;
n'pidly extended southward towani
M":;ieft,. but of this extension uioru
will ! ratr! furtliT on.
T!i fide of immigration that lias
oonreil over the I1115 of tLe Atchison
road out upon the rich prairie lafcda
of Kansas and into the miner:! re
gions of the Colorado Mountains Ls
been marvelous. The population rf
Kansas has risen from 195,0(j0 in lyik)
:ind EC5.C00 iu 1S79 to almost 1.C00,
000 in 137S, and as a wheat jirorlnc
ing country this State stepped la.-t
year from the Seven ill to thelirst rank.
In the four years from 1S73 to 1877,
while the country was experiencing
the great industrial depression, Kan
sas increased its cultivated acreage
from two and a half millions to rive
and a half millions, and the value of
its farm products from thirty to fifty
six millions of dollars. Colorado,
the sister Slate of Kansas, increased
its mineral yield during the same
ii:r.c from four to eirht iui!lion.
The generous policy of the company
toward im:aigr,it!ts end !si;ors Las
ni title it a great favorite '.villi the peo
ple, ;.nd there is an amicabli-ners "f
feeling between the road and in jml-
ronsisto the "reat advantage of boih.
eastern boundary of Kansas) and r, ,. , 0 . . 0 ,
J ' Its financial management speaks tor
Kansas citv. Mo., across Kansas to
Colorado, nevertheless controls all
its connections west and its branches
and connections east to such an ex
tent as to double its actual length,
and make it the only railroad for
southern Kansas, southern Colorado
and northern ZS"e.r Mexico. Except
Or It Tpf rn he tat. at h. M iffriotia a
!mi: will rti-iv pr-mp attention.
J. W MA UK LEV.
Wasliinsrf n .-trort adjoin in n
Ilnmpft ba fld by tli Hnr xrek r nv-ntb
K "'!" 1 WHVf on L:i iid tiie quniiTy of tt lifUt
and ifruiDhay. llitrtc, and Oats,
' tlwis Keep ccDflauilY 'u ha; d I':uc turnouts
jlaviri purebred the above Ptation. the j
traveling public will alwavf find meal.-;, '
trrain and hy at ail t:m. A b:ir. with
ood ;-toek ol li'inor on hand.
Hors" b a-ded at mv Srab'c will rr irp -hp
het attention. i;EO HAMLIN.
1 . vison.
Eoot and Shos Maker.
pah m i:uui:ii,
Attoraej- and Counselor at Law.
"Will practice in all the courts of llic Terri
tory. JOHV I.. UttF.iHi. .11. I.
PhyMirian.Murseon & Arroarlirr.
itcfi-n-nees without pr-rmissi.jti : T". M.
fockrill. I. !S. Senator. Mo - I'd. Ji.i.n T.
-"risp. Democratic nominee tor Couirrei-p.
oun. Onee two miles outii Uay-
r'aliionatvlo RootP and Shoe, of tliebet
material made to order in elegant .-tyle.
i Perfect Fits Guaranteed.
I uive my entire attention to custom made
work. an'i'I lae every facility for 'jiving
entire e-atii-faction. Send iu your orders.
deu.s Ferrv. Arizona
BLAKK 4 t ANKAVK1M.
Ooid dust, 'old and silver IjiiHion and
ores of every description melted and assayed.
All assays truaraiileed. Trices of ore asivs:
Silver and ijold. lead. ?'!; eopprr. s;5.
Samples can he sent hv mail or cxnr.-ss. uitl
returns will be promptlv made. Office with
clU, Kai L'o J; Co., 1'recutt.
LUMBER! LUMBER! !
Leading; Hotel !
OF SAX FKANCISCO.
And the most elrR"tlv appofnd hotl fn th
Tor'd ovt-r S .."00 IMK) baviiiif lin -xtni'l
hv Mr. K;i'lwinin it C'-nsf nifti'-n atd fiirninti
iiitT. If eat1qit;irtf r- Army nti:l Navy. SppfiM
A'',onmi:itia,':nis fr Familita an.! l;irjf I r
tis lricv the ain it itt itlir fi-BT-dasB Im
tt-I. :t t- ft.". pr tiny S i-:al cotiiracts will
hi1 iua'1 tir p'niftiient Imiiniers
TliP hiitt-l i!i.ti'liM anl carripfe in wraifine nt
all ImihIs an-, railway dpt-t. Roowif pkii
rrvil belurc urrival by teltjjrriipiiing- the
Iludii eri Manager.
W'c wonld r"Sp rt nl'y n t fy thn I'v.blir 'lia
I we h ive npfiifil a nea-g.iUn.n iu the buiid:ur
Opposite the Iostoffiee.
Ami iutend U k-t-p ir a sl"iti uliuu'd h
Ti e r-ry iici' quality f
VineN. Iilquors. and Cigars.
j ALWAYS OX HAND.
j ami fluid u Trices n suit The Tim-s-
j A hanilsom''y furnipb(2 Club roeru aitanlii-'
! ftir tht use f -ur patrci
; IiKOH X t DAMFIi
Ourley St., Presrott Arizona.
A FIEST - CLASS HOUSE
OX TIIS EUUOPEAV PLAN.
AVe hereby notify our
friends and the public
generally that from this
.... : the L num P:cinc, it is the orincina . .. 1 . , 1.,,. .11
cntl (-, rt- r, 11 t- i t'OlHlS Vile to d tl el 1
SCI! lOI Cl edit On am railroad l.etween the Missoiirri Rirer , , , " .
. 1 . 1., j . inos-t s:tti.s!actoi V thi
lei HIS Wiliueer.. we are i and tiie Jliocky .Mountains, and if the
aware that in order to do J P1:lns r ,lie present managers are
this we will have to sell j ?,u'.;f fuI" "ie Umc, mn-v co,nc wl,cn
d. , ..lit will not lie second in interest even
icaper than our neigh-; to thcrrc!lt UnJon pai.iflc-
bors. and We are prepared ! The first company for the construc-
i to do SO. As WC are 'i011 ol" 1 road we organized by
! build. 11T WO are vorv mnoh ! Kansas patties in 1S.19 under the
, -------- j
i pressed for cash, and
name ot the Atchison
liiiilniiirf fV.i,imni- T. -.,.
jtliereloreit Will DO better j izcd under the present title March 3.
i for US tO Sell for COSt than j 1S03, hut for some years it was little
i'self. The canstraction and rolliiiK
stock of the amounts to hut sQ:;,!-"..
000 for ita ll miles, and n lar: in
come is deserved from leased road..
Xever, save iu 1ST:), has it f:;ih:d to
cash its bond interest, and thi n itwa.-s
paid with second morti'age bonds, t
riftr cents on the dollar. Those
Inij at IU. Tl.e
imr about it all
is that the money has been made
nine tenths of it by Boston paities.
Xow as to the extension into Xew
and. Old Mexico. If the reader will
look at the map of Colorado, he will
rind La Juuta (pronounced Ilootita)
iu the eastern part, on the line of the
Pueblo Si Arkansas V;ill v ll iilr.i.-nl
& Toneka ' " ." .... ,
j to sell on ever so sh v a
; time, no matter how good
the buyer. The facts in
I the case are just these: it
lis a necessity with us to
have our goods or to have
the wherewith to ' buy
more. Of course we do
! more Hi an a railroad association. Mr.
William M. Gaylord was the man ti
ger of enterprise and with him were
a3oc!atL'd, at dili'crcnt times, Eastern
and Xtw York capitalists. Little
projrre.-s was made until 1SS9. ai
tlioiiirh Congress offered a grant of
about three million acres of Ktmsas
territory if the road were completed
Hotel and Restaurant,
N'rff anI clean beds for lodgers and p'-
t rwoma fur families.
FRED. WILLIAMS. Pr.-p.
T. J. Morgan,
Curlev St., ue liooreast Post Oifiee,
before lS:'7o. Graduallv the interest
110t expect to do SO much ! drifted toward Boston, and Mr. T. J.
business, but we are do- i lvteT ci Kansas, lut Ibnucrly of fin-
termined to do what we ! pi"";.ok hold of the atiair and
I enlisted the attenhon of Mr. Henry
Can" i Hayes, President of the Passsumpic
Our Lumber T ai'd is ! railroad of Vermont, as well as of the
now full and nearly Com - ! brothers Charles W. and Carlos
BUSINESS CAIIDS. I AT
Proprietor. ! I
Taohinitton St., opniaite court house.
Board by the day or week
! r.i'VU is th- Ideation of tin-mil' f thsTi: t..p
i l-.tti"ir i'ompioty P.-r-on vis timr this live
in ninireainp ni l fi d llio Y unw it:erira Ho.
'! ami K. H'Htmti.t ilt eliJi(wt at.fl bedt p ace
t pal up a:. Te.-ms r atr-muble.
'-3 S1NOL Jt AXDEKSOX, I'rt.pi.
Diamonds, Watche., Clocks, Jew
elry and Silvei w-iic, Spectacles,
Gold Pens and Pencils, etc.
Watchci.'lkrs aad aaDUtaeturintf Jeweirrt.
A U Icinfts f 'ptrlr nnd Silverware ma 1 from
Xa.iv- ll-l arnl Silv.r. ni?r: vi' irs nt ven
A -tiripti -n. S-a sa g Itilitiit; Stat? ;-s.
EIGHT LOAVES OF BREAD OR EIGHT
BREAD TICKETS FOU A DOLLAR.
S.W.- MILL AXD YARD,
PIES ANQ CAKES ON HAND.
f I 0 N E E R
! FURNITURE 1
! The undersigned hat on hand a large
j assortment of
I Furniture and Upholstery.
" Va:iin"':ton Sthekt.
Xtrrthc mi Comer f ih. Plaza,
T,-t IiavM of Bread for SI S.
Fntit Cak: anil Pa-trv- of all kiiwls. for
v?eddiii parties, etc.. pr
T. A. Waterman
HAS OPE?;D A NEW
Hib plare of 1ini!i-s is in Unlfimin's
Warehouse. nst b.-lowthi; Tcie-ranh Oliice
Prompt ttteution given to
Repairing and Jcb Wcvk.
A lfirrr ftockof Tin and ; -- '.
ITnvine mnv:1 our mill five fnile" wot of
Prscult. on Willow I'rccV yenr Thrinb
IIihut. nt n point within w mile- of r(je
: 7Ii'.!rr ruarl. uvnr Iron t'rii!irf. and Ii:vin
roniT.trTerl nn fxccllcnt rod to the Miliar
ro:nl nnd t Pn-Kcott. vt re now prepared
tu iurni.li any aoiouni or qualicy of
Shingles, Doors, Sash,
reduced to $
50 cents. -
FKESII AX TRIE TO XA3IK.
Also ma nn fact u res to order ,
FIXE CABINET WAKE,
AXD OFFICE F1TTIXGS.
Ea"ern m"ile Chairs constant! v on
Ittind. On Wi?hirirlon street, ad
joi.itna: the store of X'athan it Co.
07-tt A. COEKA.
llardwa e, j
Paints, - j
Iron and Steel,
Keen on the AVest side of
! the Plaza. Ilemcniber tiie
(sign over the do r,
Th- tindp :ir'd 1ms ;tist received a la-gre aDi.i
c. mj'lt te ussortnt--iit of
ISarZcj-, Flour. Corn and Vrodaee
Taken in exchange foi Lunirier.
CLARK & ADAMS.
Gec. E. Lohi.g. Ajjcnt. rhtruii. A. T.
ot rt eipt , f p u p Kt,,, jt by PuAtot&c j
Order or Po-taj:e a ump ; j
lifers er nr.....
Carr t p- r z. .
Is f u e p r i .
Oui p-r z 15a Toin to. ver
AHo. lOccnf partem ail vari t:es f V--fr
3aWI . Flower ami Tr- JSr-eHs. Snil Jor
List THOMAS A. 'X & CO .for
10 ra-jn'ni pr O2..0-.
. "V. I'adisn. pM- ojs. lilr j
,2.- "piiincti pr.-z. j
. ir. '! .rnip n-r - ia- "hi'h nre of n h.-tfr Qt" A LIT V and will
soiti ne:pTor flmn at th
N:sh Fact ory In Prewrott.
AMord prifnpIv atndd t..
Adfini roet t-t -hatf M -ck nt.rt'i if Hr,R-
IE. IRVINE & GO.
IC'T IIv. aid Ltrt-J; Sau 1'ruci
alu Otltce. t-. i. COPF.LVXD.
Pierce. In 1S03 the Charter passed
entirely into the hands of Boston
parties. Tiie first 2S miles of road
were built in 1SG0. goon after, Mr.
Alden Spear and Joseph and Thomas
Xickeuon became interested iu the
enterprise, and sections of thirty
four and seventy-five miles were con-sirucii-d
in 3i70 ;ind lbTl respi ctive-
ly. Me.-srs. Kidder, I'cabotly & Co.
built the fi'i ty-livc mile section from
Emporia to Florence, taking in pay
ment seven per cent, first mortgage
bonds of the company at about S2l
and the accompanin amount of
stock. Yet three hundred and sixty
miles remained to be constructed and
equipped in less than a year in order j
to save the land grant. The uncer-
! tainty of securin.tr an exiention ol j
time fioiii Con-rcss determined the
I directors to proceed to the immediate
! i onstt tut ion ol the line, and tiie three
i hundred and i.tv miles were bliill
in less than nine months, and ears
were run across the slate December I
SS, 187:3, just four days before the '
land grant time expired.
In the next three years the road
was extended westward iulo I alo
...,.1 ll.n I.,..1.1., (- ..i-.,. .......
, . psan rraiuiseo ill piSMb!c be npin.
alley raiboad wtis constructed irom , -., - ....,
,, , f , ,, , . ! cd witlun a year, and u tiie iMmthern
Pueblo eastward to meet it. the his-:., .." ,
, , i Ptttitic continues as planned acr.-
lory ol the Atchison. Inpeka iiT . . ,, . ,, . ,
, . . , lesas (he Texas 1 ;:i;ic. softs
banta ie has been one ot continued ..,, . .. ,
, ! ftiree lines wui be competing tor rn:
progress ana extension. II has leased . c. ... . . . .... ,
, . . Ci!:itonna business. I he rtsc.lt iqius;
everv road connecting w nli m w est ot i , .. , , .
- , .... ! oe the devclotuinr and opeiiin: un
Kansas Citv, iind practica ly the same ! , , , , -.', . ,
, I eastern trade of tke immeii.si' itricn!
Eastern ctiiiitalists hold the stock and : ,,..,, ... , . . ..
I ,, ,. ,, tural, grazing and minine reirwn ot
bonds ot them all. The lollowin-r . . ..
I ' ine iar soutnwest. A ireadv a Kurt ton
nameit are ine lines ieaseu, cone oi : . .
: of the terrttonal trade coaici to tli
them lor a tei m ot less than thirty; .,,,,. ...
., ,.. , : Atlantic coast cities, arc- some ;t if.
vears: I he Kansas Citv, lopeka &. i . . , . ,
. - , ' , i to Losttm. Chicairo and St. Louts
i eslern, sixly-six miles; the Pleasant I . . , , ,, .
. , ... , . ' .. .. I understand verv wejl that the in-stern
Hill & Do boto, it torty-hve-mile ; ,., ,. ,. " , . ,.
. . , . , extention ot the Atchison line nicHpa
iiianca connect ttin ci tuc latter: tiie t i
Florence, El Dorado & Walnut Val
ley, a branch road of thirty
miles: the. Wichita it S;mth-
........ .... ..r ....
morethrect miki tte raise
seven miies: tne 1 uenio cs Ari'imras ;
has recently bceu built via Trin idad
to the Raton Mountains upon the lino
between Xew Mexico and Colorado,
a distance of 05,'X mi let. Here a
tnnncl two thousand feet long, is be
ing cut through limestone and por
phyry at an expense of about t'0,000.
It will be completed next iSepteuibcr.
At present the road runs over thu
mountains by a 'switchback,' u spir
al line track, and the tunnel will
shorten the distance some three miles.
From the liaton Mountains starts the
Xew Mexico & Southern Faciiit;
Railroad, already built iuto X'cvv
Mexico in a southerly direction a
distance of thirty miles, and expected
to reach Las Vegas, a distance of 100
miles from Colorado, by May 13.
The route from here in a south
westerly direction to the Rio Grande
River will soon be determined, by
surveys now being made; but the
river will probably be reached at Al
buquerque, two hundred and forty
eight miles from the State liue. All
the money has been raided to com
plete it to this point. Beyond, the
location i stilljuiuleti rmitied, though
thorough surveys have been made.
It will probably stride over into
Arizona and reach Tucson' in the
southeastern part of that territory.
It will cross the Southern Pacific,
which the San Francisco cnpitalists
who built the Central Pacific road
are now pushing eastward from Yu
ma toward L"! Piiso on the Texas
frontier at the fate of a mile a day,
and from here or some other southern
! point in tho territories connect with
j another line of the Atchison roat's,
ye! to be built down the rich Tilley
of the Sonnra in Mexico, to th-? Port.
ot (juaymas, on Hie Cult ol Calilor.
nia. Thus will be completed a sec
ond through rail lint to the Pacitic
It the connect Vfiii is niaiii; with Ihr
Southern Paticir:, a second roue to
i business for flicra. Septan nnd Xew
York supplies now see Arizona !'."'
wav of S,m FvHiiriir r- 'ml be
I new Tine the commumr- ion will In.
-f the trafl-j
i Valley, 245 miles; 'he Denver & Rio
enhanced. TUs X?
Grande, a narrow eange road of 337
MiileE: p.iid the Xew M-ii:e ?cu;li-
Souihern Pacific road was the iirst .
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