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w "" Ft- . prf &,.- es I" FIUDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1895, Santa Fe Prescott & Phoenix RAILWAY CO Time TtVblo No. 11. In Kircct June IS, 181)3. Mountain Time is Standard Used, FOUTHWAltn. MHITIIWAMI. No.31 No. 3 No 4 No32 030a 315p lv il Ash Fork 12 I'.p 740p 7 30 4 05 Kook. llutto 11 55 G 40 800 4 28 Cottar Ulado 11 10 G 10 ft 40 4 53 Del lilo 11 00 6 30 U20 5 10 Jerome Junetlon 10 40 5 10 10 S3 6M 0 53 4 10 11 00 G 10 h V'" art 9 41 3 10 11 M (I 38 iron sprmes it 17 2 40 1J33P 7 23 Jr d fruiU Vnllej 8 SO 1 23 i m 7 15 8 10 100 1 -JO 8K KIrlland 7 50 12 40 1 50 8 25 CI rami View 7 JS 12 11 2 08 8 40 . llillHldo 7 10 11 53 J 33 0 00 C'ottOUM ood r, n 11 SO 2M )15 Martinez (130 11 10 .130 9.13 . Congress r. ii 10 50 3 47 50 Hnrnna Hala 1 51 10 10 4 15 10 15 .. ii keubur) 3 30 9 40 4 4'i 10 10 nltiirc 5 03 ') 10 5 03 10 53 Hot biirliiRs Junetlon I W 850 5 30 1120 litanisiov . I 22 8 18 5 50 11 40 Marinelto i in 7 51 fi 00 1147 Tcorla .1 57 7 41 H 15 11 55 (ilcmlalo .1 17 7 25 r,so 12 051 Alliambrti 3 33 7 (O 650pl li W ar iihentx. 3 20a G45 ismxoiii.AXi. TUCSON KICKS. Tin: Tucson Citizen in n lengthy cilitonal srys, "well tho Tucson team has boon beaten at their own game" and that tho Athletics caught Tucson napping. Tho nirangcment for tho g.unei of ball just played had been niado more than 3 month ago and if in all that lime U) JJrnctiro, TC90n di.l not tako tho advantage, thcio should bo f.o '.vli't'ing lai thodefe.it of Tucson's favorites, such as tlio Citizen holds forth. The Citizen also says Iho team is Mot local, but that it has boon gathcicd together liom different parts, including n from El Paso. This wo wish to emphatically dony. Nono of the players who composed tho Athletic base ball team are other than local players, with tho exception of one player lrom tho Globe team. Every other player is a resident of Giaham county and lias been for six months. It would seem stiango, indeed, if ono of tho Athletics did not know their pitcher's name, when ho has plaj ed re peatedly with and against tho Ath letics. That argument is rather flimsy and only makes one smile. "Yhen the oneo champions dial-- longed all comers, thoy did not limit tho players all to ono town, but simply specified that they should all como from Arizona, and now when thoy mot oxactly what "thoy asked for, with no exception, and aro defeated, it seems 1o aiotibo all kinds of suspicion and distrust, which in our liumblo opinion is anything but sportsmanlike. Let Tucson tako her medicine; she has lost the championship, and until she regains it, her star is not brightest If tho captain of the . Athloties lofused to play again in 1v thirty days, ho had a perfect i ight " 4 to do so, as ho may havo other affairs to look after out sido of Tucson. Tho can no doubt havo a game whenever they choose, providing thoy do not want to mako all arrangements. Sailbid has a good baseball ground and tho next gamo for championship honors should be played on tho champion's homo ticld Wo mildly suggest, Bro. JJrown, that you correct vour "stieot talk article," as theic is no possible ground ior such minors, and wo stand ready to prove our statements. It is not fair to tho Ath letics and mav have tho effect of causing a wrong impression. In its last issue the Bulletin uses neaily a column of space in admitting that it is in favor of tho Immigration Commissioner law, a measure which nine-tenths of tho pooplo oi the county condemn as an extravugant squandering of lunds, of no particular valuo to any ono excopt the Commissioner Inmsolt. The idea of paying $1,400 for printing and distributing literature that should bo published as matters of nows, seem" to tho pooplo not altogether what it ought to be. The Bulletin eites tho wonderful growth of tho Salt river valley as an evidence that tho Boaid of linn ignition Commissioners is useful. That valley has mado wonderful but not through Commissioner. It was done largely by the press of Maricopa county to bo sine, but not for what dollars they could got out of it alone, but for tho upbuilding of the community in which thoy are supported. HI i Jennings & Gray have received 100 suits of men''' and boy's clothing, which they sue selling at fiom '? "0 t ? O't per suit. CalJ and Thp Dpmoeratio party of Utah in convention assemujou, rpposing its trust in tho intelligence, patriot ism and justtco of tho people- standing upon tho constitution as a foundation and limitation of tho powors of tho government as woll as the guaranty of tho liborties of tho citizen congratttlato tho ler litory now soon to bo a state on tho assured success of tho policy adopted by tho national organiza tion as laid down in all its plat forms. For tho Domociacy of the cntno territory wo reaflirm our faith in tho pormanenco of federal union and our devotion to tho constitu tion ana too laws; anil ileclaio as cardinal doctrines of Domociacy: First Absoluto acquiescence in tho will of tho majoiity as a vital principle of tho Democratic party boeond Total separation of church and stato for tho sake alike of civil and lcligious liberty. ThiidTho liberty of tho indi vidual unvoxed by sumptuary laws. FourthSupport by tho stato of the public schools. Fifth Tho supremacy of tho civil over tho militaiy power. Sixth Exact equality of all persons before tho law. Seventh Tho right to a ballot tlio right picscrvativo of all other light?, Eighth That tho Democratic party is tho friend of tho laboring man in every avocation of life, and will protect his interest alike against the aggressions of monopoly as well as tho commune. Wo bclievo the rcstoiation of the inonoy of tho constitution is now tho pai amount issuo bofo"0 tho country, and insist that both par-tics shall plainly stato tucir positions upon tlio question in order that tho voters may intelligently express their preference. Wo, thoiefore, dcclaie in favor of tho immediate restoration of the frco and unlimited coinage of gold nnd silvct at the present legal ratio of 10' to 1, as such coinage existed prior to 1873, without waiting for tho aid or consent of any other nation. Gold and silver coin to bo a full and legal tender for all debts public and piivale. Wo denottneo tho Republican party for tho demonetization of silver in 1873, and for its repeated acts of hostility towards its Wo call attention to tho fact that tho country was in tho tluocs of tho financial panio when tho Democratic administration assumed control in 1893, and wo congratulate tho pcoplo upon tho approaching reign of prosporily as a result of a Democratic reform of tho tariff; and also to tho fact that factories foundries and mills havo resumed work since the lcpcal of tho law, and to tho wages of workingmonm almost ovory industry. Wo again oxpiess out- hearty appreciation of tho Democratic Congress and president in providing an enabling act by virtue of which Utah is about to assumo its position as a sovereign state. Wo commend tho action of the Democratic mombcrs of tho con stitutional convention in surrounding tho taxing and levenuc raising powor of tho otato by such restrictions and limitations as to preclude any squandiing of public property in aid of private enterprises, and to confine tho expenses of carrying on tho public business within proper limits of economj', despite the almost unanimous opposition of a Republican majority. And wo fa vor tho adoption of tho proposed constitution. Wo congratttlato tho women of Utah upon their admission to equal political rights with men under tho provisions of tho constitution proposed, and tho Democratic party for tho earnest and ablo support of that measure by its representatives in tho constitutional convention. Wc denounce as falso tho charges Uiat the Democratic party of Utah has been guilty of stuffing ballot boxes or other election fiattds, and condemn tho Republican paity for its unwarranted and libellous attack upon tho majority of tho Utah commission, and deploio tho lack of piinciplo shown by its attempt without any evidonco and for partisan purposes to besmiich tho eharactor of honoiablo citizens. The platform ias unanimously adopted. " - y ,r "k5Ei . rW I : 1 , . - - Efye &ttar$faiu PLATFORM ADOPTED BY THE A full line of Millinery Stock at UTAH DEMOCRATS. T. T. Hunter &. Uotico to Creditors. In tlio l'robato Court. ofthe County ofliraliam, Territory of Arizona liitliemntterar (lip Estate of U, 11. I'llHsl'lli Kotlic lslicrelj given by the vmderMRncd, administrator of tho estate of I, 11 lo, deceased, to thj creditors of, and all persons liming claims against tho said deceased, to exhibit them villi tho necessar vouchers. Mlthin four months after tho date of tho first publication of mis mine 10 me sam aumuiisirnior, ai jus res Idenco at-Safford, llraham Conntj, Arizona Hated this Gth daj of September, 1693 1IARKY II FOX, Administrator ol the estate of 0. 11. Fox, do ceased Summons. In the DWrict Court. Second Judicial District. Territorj of Arizona, in and for the tountj of uranam RO1.I.LA MARTIN, l'laintirf S. FRANK P MARTIN, Defendant Action brought in tlio District Court of tho Second Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona in and for tho Count) of Graham The Territorj of Arizona sends greeting to Frauk V Martin. You aro hereby summoned and required to appear in an action brought against ) on bj tho aboc named plaintiff and answer the com plaint filed with tho I lerk or tho abo entitled court at bolomonllle. In theC'onnlvofOraliam, Terrltor) of Vrizona, within ten dijs (exclusive ofthe da) of sen ice after the sen ice nnon nn of this summons if sen ed in this count) but If Km'uoraoi uiecouni) uui wiuun nils UlMrlut then wltnlntwcnt) da)s, in nil other uses with in thlrt) days You aro hereby notified that if jou fall to ap near andaiiswerthcromidnlut as rrnnlrmi i, law . .... Judgment by default .. will be entered against . nn.l tl.nnl.N.llir Hill r. .1- jvii, nuu niv (iiiiuiiii ,,111 (iiurL'UllLT lipiU) IO tho court for tho relief prayed for In the com plaint herein, and costs and disbursments in this behalf expended. i' h en under ni) hand nnd the seal of aril tho District Court afllxed hereto, at " " oloraonille, this 13th da) or Aug ' ' lJo llui'wni II Aoams, Clerk. FRANK DYSART, Dcimt) Clerk lley K. Joues, attorney for plaintiir. Turner & Taylor, Solomonville. Will run a .Meat Wagon in and deliver Fresh Meat every Homing by J. D. D. Herrera afford Drug Co., E. T. IJAMS, Manager. Drugs, IVIetlieines., 3ra,teia1y Xelicines5 Toilet I'ticles, And everything usually kopt in a first-class drug store Office of CI1AS. II. POETBE, M. D In tlio same building Sto'u: Open Day and Xiqiit Livery Stable QKIS. HUDSON, Fropiietor. Good Eiggs and Fast Horses can be Had at all Times. Teams Let by the Day or Hour. Our Boarding Stable is tlio Best Equipped in the county. Main S.trcet. SAPPOKD, AKIZ. iolmner DEALLR IN rchandis j. Xt'iillLIno ol Groceries BOOTS AND SHOES Constantly on hand flay, (Jraip apd piour, PT.THOMAS, - - - ARIZ. Xt.llf WBRm&&!SrSJg3l& Hill H rjrf TTl ft 11 s.iKwzwr.r' rfj&m Best Quality of work at Eastern pi ices. Mail ordcis receive prompt attention. '"' i i i a mn iimhiiiiiiihimwct t VvHB' I I it it fKK&si b'"i"L -- mill John Blake. Hugh McMullon. I35W &' JOHN BLAKE & CO., 'look ' '"'l Roller Flour Mills ! I and h " j Grain, Corn Meal, Bran and Shorts, LTO .3.. . I ! J Produce and General Merchandise. v ,, , " CHOP FEED ALWAYS ON H1ND FLOUR BRANDS: " OJP '5- if Cl(lilwl. . 1 California REDWOOD FINISHIlTa LUMBER CEILING AND SinNGLES Oregon and Puget Sound Flooring -:- and Sugar -Pine Lumber PLANS SPECIFICATIONS ANB ESTlMAfES FHRNISHED M BestWindmill onEai'th. Windmills 8 to 10 feet. Steel towers 30 to CO feet. Mill is made of steel, galvanized after completion, and guaranteed. Por raising water for stock or in igating purposes this mill far sm passes any other make. Prices: 8-foot, $25.00; 12-foot, $50.00; 16-foot, &125.00 I Acknowledged Everywhere tho Send for Catalogue to "Willcox, - William Wagen arid Carriage Work All Kinds of Blacksmithing Done at short Notice. SAFFOED LI E FOR SAL AT The BEST STRONGEST, and WHITEST LIME Burned in the Countiy. Well Burned and FREE FROM TtOCK. WOOD and PRODUCTS ofthe COUNTRYtalen in Exchange for LIME. Conospondencc Solicited. J. D. H0LLABAY, Prop K'orrr Prin 5 J ri y.JCJL TING! Tho Guardian Oflico all kinds of m?m$tM$m mmeroE fiTMZoujJotfOjOGijGdQacnoo s2yvYYvyy,7,YXvy7yyyvxyvYV,vvyy,y,v.v The Guardian has tho Best Equipped Job Plant in the Territory, Size Considered Ad ress all orders The Guardian Publishing COMPANY Best. D. JOHNSON, Territorial Agent. .A.visoiisi. Kirtland, lacksmlfhsiii )9 -v ARIZONA. THE HOT SPRIN ARIZONA; is now prepared to do P nnfsog, .r. .A.. WOODS,, (jxaiiiino luuir slo Jc. AnyjfiyisE in the Guardian. TlinUtlicr . Aviv Safl'ovcl, Arizona. " -" f!'")V &?W f" "jf&$i $ Pew I I Sale j . : The . . . -- J BOOTS Atib SHOE &Msb, PRICES T1S k sir i ?J i .adies e Conic and Examino OurStock Our Low Prices caused Sales now going on at L E m, CAN TOU RA0 THIS TVPC WITHOUT STRAINING VOUN CVEI p - - Solomon5 SOLOMON VI LLE. J.j U'You Cannot Do ItYouv Eyesight is Defective, And you should at onco proceed to havo your eyes Tested and Pitted with Glasses by an Sxpeneneed Optician. Proper Treatment and Pit Guaranteed at Moderate prices, at :: :: :: :: H. A. Zeckendorfs THE LEADING ARIZONA JEWELER,' Tucson, - - Arizona. Your Correspondence is Solicited. ttik mPlfto T. AV. WIolcerHhnm, TciUton, Ariz m Wholesale taoMn vwl i T I ,'v!Kaai'.. a k (. Dress Goods and become acquainted with by the Great Reduction our Mammoth Store. Vdoli1i Solomon JZl Vato, Tex. Dealers in Mm J -Ti ALL STAPLE COODS TO LOCAL MEECHAKTS ! Sv Why send East or West for your Goods when wo can furnish them to you at better latcs than you can buy for elsewhere. Wo purchase our goods in mammoth quantities. All goods consigned to our care will be promptly forwarded to San Carlos and Globe. 130"VVIE STATION ARIZONA. i&4J . Ah. t. ops J1", ;. ll Knocks Them All J-J I a. J Sf s,. - ' Out on First-Class W tFk - - ; Fall Stock . . . mBt ' $&$fo complete in e cry jy?i,g 7t "jfS m, t Department pjfe fcSr "V v1 wit I i I 4 1 $ i i k i I I I i - 'Mi'nm (M7f 1 f i ?'