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The numan Electrical Forces I
How They Control the Organs
of the Body.
Tho olcstrleal force of tho human body, as
tho norvo fluid may bo termed, it an ospo
dally attractive departmont ot science, as It
exotta so marked on lefluenco on tho health
of tho organs of tho body. Narve force Is
nroduccd by tho brain aod conveyed by
means of the norrcs to the various OKimpf
tho Iwly, thus supplying tho lattor with tho
vltaiuy necessary to in
sure their healtn. Tha
pncomojiastilo nerve, ni
(.hown here, may bo said
to bo the most important
ot tho entire nervo sys
tem, as It supplies tho
heart, luns, nloruach.
1-oncR etc., wltU tho
nervo torco uocessary to
Keep them a-tlvo and
lio.ihhy. As will bo seen
by tho cut tho Ions nerve
dcicendiu;; from tho
luo ot tho brain and
terminating In llio bow-c'-tMliepneunioitastrlc,
rlitlotliu numorous llt
t'o branches biipply the
l.omt. luii'!i nnu fitom-
ncli with nece-.s'iry vi
tality. When tho brain
bOt'oaies In any way ills
tri'orod by Irritability
r cxliauttloa. tho nervo
force which it supplies
Is lessened, and tho or
Kans receiving tho di
minished supply aro con
Inn lnmnrrntw nf fills
but treat tho
i rsanUieiunsteaaoiinocausooiinu iruuuiu
Tho noud specialist, Franklin Miles. M. IJ.,
LL. 11., nas Riven tho creator part of his Ufa
to tho stud of this subject, and tho rrln'Ipal
aico tries conccrnlns It oro duo to his eih rts.
Dr. Miles' ltestoratlve Nervine, tho unrW
rated brain and nervo food, ispicparcdon tho
prlncipio that oil nervous and many other
clltllcultles originate from disorders ot tho
norvocontcrs. Its wonderful su cesilnc irln?
tlicso disorders Is tcstlued toby tuousndi la
every part of tho land.
Keslurattvo Nervine cures sleeplessness,
nervous prostration, dizziness, hysteria, iox
ual debility, bt. Vitus dance, epilepsy, etc It
Is free from opiates or dangerous drugs. It
is sold on a positive guarantee by all drug
cists, or soul direct by tho Dr. Miles Medtau
Ca. Elkhart, Ind., on receipt ot price. M jor
bottlo, six bottles for 5, express prepaid.
I, A, FIESTA.
An IntcrcstlriK Event Soon to Occur
at the City of AhucIb.
L:i Fit-Ma ilo i-ns Angeles occurs
Apiil 15 to 20 inclusive, ninl this event
nronilscs to be ;i memorable ono In tho
niuiiils of holiday festivities in tho bib
torv 'f tho Queen City of California.
Elaborate preparations havo been niiitlo
by the Merph nuts' association, ami it is
opeeted that tho carnival n ill excel in
uiagnilicence of detail and magnitude
tin; much lauded Manli Gnis nt Xew
Oilcans or any similar feto over at
tempted in America.
The unparalleled success of past en
dpavms si'oum to insiue a raro trvat to
isilors, ami tliomi who contemplate an
oailyvMl tn tho lloiver-sceiitrtl haul
of southern California can choose no
boiler time than llio period cinhr.iced
in this fcMal occasion.
Tho lifMti U designed to present in
nllegoiienl arnty all the vaiious epochs
nf thu history of Califoinia and befoie
llic spectator will pass in a splendor of
pageantry a. series of pictures nf uuirjiie
and fascinating inteiest. uhich arc in
tended to portray a graphic and iu
stiuctivo Idttory of thu Golden Slate.
Out of the past will conic tho shad
ows of Incas. proud Aters. grave
l'ueblo Indians, and lierce Apaulies, of
ndtciituious Piniro and Cabilllo, mid
their band of merry men. Another
turning of Ihe glass and one will see
the gallant Spaniard of princely do
maiu.s and countless cattle, whilo com
ing hard after hint is Ihu rough but
tcrnlcr-hcartcd Argonaut mill miner of
tiio dais of '111. Still another change
and ho sec thu "boomer," tho iiiillimi
aiies of a day, and then thu mighty,
Miiiling, civilized picsont. with its
wealth of peaceful products and
Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars re
waul for suiv case of calarili Unit can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
!'. J. CHUNKY & Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known
. .1. Cheney for the last fifteen years,
ami believe him perfectly honorable in
all business tiniiKictious and liiia.ii
ciallv able to carry out any obliga
tions' madn by their film.
Wkst & TiiUAX, Wholesale Dtuggists,
Waldimj, Kinnan & Mauvix, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hull's Catarih Cure is taken inter
nally, noting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of tho sstein.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75c per
bottle. Sold by all druggists.
John MiCaithy, the hunter, says
that ho has killed ten mountain lions
and six bears this winter. In accom
plishing this he has sated the county
maiiy.dollais in taxes and several
bundled head of stock. Joiirual-
A .Million menus.
A fi iutul ill need is a friend Indeed,
and not less than one million people
have found just such a friend In Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption
and colds. If joh havo never used this
groat cough niediciuo one trial will
continue Jim Ihat It has woudei fill cur
ative powers in all diseases of throat,
chest and lungs. Kach bottlo is guar
anteed to do all (hat is claimed, or
money will bo refunded. Trial bottles
fico at V. W. isniith & Go's, drugstore.
Largo bottles 50e. and $1.00.
Strength ami Health. ,
If you are not feeling strong and
healthy, try Electric Hitlers. If "l.t
giippe" lias left you weak ami weary,
iii Electric Hitters. This remedy acts
directlt on the liver, stomach and kid
neys, gently aiding those organs to per
form their functions. If ou aie
atlllelcd sick headache you will find
speedy and permanent relief by taking
Electric. Hitters. One trial- will con
vince you that this is the remedy you
need. Largo bottles only 60e., at F.
', Si"tCo ding stuje. , -
OOOD TEMIIj,vns COLUMN.
LDITED AND MANAGED UNDER TUB AUSPICES
or rLAOSTArr lodoe no. H. i. o. a. x.
Contributions of an appropriate nature are
solicited for this column, and should bead
dressed to Box 121, Flagstaff! all such con
tributions, however, are subject to approval
by tho editors.
Lodxo meets overy Trldav ovenlng at tho
01. A. It. Hull. 8 o'clock. Visiting niembors
luvltd to attend.
11. R. Davis. Chief Templar.
Miss Jennie Mouse, Secretary.
THE FIRST DRINK.
Charles Lamb, one of tho brightest
spirits over extinguished by drink,
wrote mournfully, looking back upon
Lhis childhood: "Could the youth to
whom the flavor of the first glass was
delicious look into my desolation, and
bo made to understand what a dreary
thing it is when a man feels himself
oing down a precipice with open eyes
.ind passive will; to see his destruction,
and not havo tho power of will to'stop
it, and yet to feel it all the way email-
iting from himself; to perceive all
goodness emptied out of him, and yet
not be able to forgot the time when it
was otherwise, how he would avoid the
first temptation to drink."
Tiie American Steumship line has it
as an invariable rule that no ciptain or
other officer, sailor or other employes
shall use intoxicating liquors as a
drink. A famous captain .on one of
its great lines recently said to ono of
our leaders: "Many a time lias a glass
of whiskey wrecked a ship.1' rYoutu;
People at Work.
The ladies of the W. 0. T U. held
a we'll attended meeting in Washington,
D. C, recently in the interest of the
polyglot petition which is to bo pre
sented to President Cleveland and to
congress This petition contained sig
natures of pet sons from every country
on the globe, and at present has the
enormous number of 121,200 actual
signers, whoso names are 'now
mounted and ready for presentation,
besides 5,000,000 additional signers
by attestation, according to the Cleve
Dunn" tho convention a committee
from tho . C. T. U had an inter
view with the president, after which
they callrd upon Jlrs. Cleveland, who
has recently become a member of the
Union, for the purposo of ottering con
gratulations. The fact that ninny of
the ladies in the high places of soeiety
.ire taking a stand upon this question
is very significant. Wo believe that
the use of wines by the respectable and
influential clisses of society of what
ever degree, nt banquets and fashion
able occasions, has discouraged the sen
timent in ftior of temperance roform
to u greater extout than any other
single influence which we could men
tion. Persons befote thu people should
be exemplars of tho morals which the
nation ou3ht to follow, and should not
do that which becomes a wrong when
their example is followed.
Among the measures introduced at
the present session of the legiskturo
is one the aim of which is to prohibit
the salo of cig.uettes in the territory.
We do not know what the provisions
of tho proposed law are, and therefore
cannot say whether the measuro as a
whole is good or not. liut tho purpose
of tho measuto is certainly good and
should meet tho approval of every par
ont, and every other right thinking
More young men are led into habits
of greater danger through cigarette
smoking than any other means. And
as restrictive measures seem to bo in
adequate thu law takes the proper and
only view of the question aud aims to
prohibit the s.tlo of cigarettes entirely.
Pray for thiu.
A subject that merits more attention
from the pulpit and. thu press is that
perversity of mind which gathers a
crowd in our courts, whenovor any
thing vulvar or sensational is to be
brought out, liko vultures to a putrid
carcass. When such things can have
attractions for anyone, that fact is evi
den co either of a shallow or a degener
ate and sensuous mind, ouch persons
clearly show that their lives are con
corned with things sordid and base and
that those duties and habits of thought
which lead to the higher ends of life
have small place M their experiences.
In our churches, discourses are deliv
ered twice each Sabbath, besides the
other sorvices during the week, which
contain a mino of thought whicji is
wholesome and helpful, and yet we see
no such eager interest, or competition
for sitting room as nt one of these
trials which we have just described.
Why is it sol The flesh of birds which
feed o.i carrion is unht for food, be
cause it pai takes of the nature of the
food This liw, applie.l to flesh and
NEWS OV AttlZOXA.
Tho grand Jmlge Knights .of Pythias
meets at Williams in May.
Work has begun on the new.Slsters'
hospital at,Phoenix. It plll.cost $4,000.
The imilitla company at Florence
disbanded, and Mesa may come inv to
till the vacancy. 1 1
The supreme court recently in-ses-8ion
in Phoenix has adjourned till the
third Monday in May.
The public, schools of Phoenix and
Tombstono aro'to closo the latter'pait
of the mouth, as the school funds, of
those places have been exhausted.
From iis 120-acre alfalfa ranch two
miles not th of town Major Evans re
a'ized $ 1.900 last year and paid a f.trm
baud fl5 per month for eight months.
Bv the decease of a well-to-do uncle
a Tempo cook has fallen heir to f 25,000
It will probab'h' be" some' time befitre
he fills any more orders for beef a la
mode and pate do foi gras.
There is more inquiry for good gold
properties than for a long time past.
Ho who has a mine and does not ask
too muchfor it should experience do'
great difficulty placing it. Star.
During tho month of January tho
shipments of cattle from Arizona ag
gregated 9,258 head, as compared
with C.471 shipped dining the corres
ponding month in 1894, thus showing
an inereaso of 2,787.
Tho old El Rio lOstamp quartz mill
near Tiima is Ijejng turn inwi aiifl will
be shipped to a point twenty miles
south of Tucson. Tho purchasers will
take ono boiler, the engine aud stamps
only, leaving the rest if the machinery.
Sheep shearing is now in progress
and daily big wagons loaded wjjh
sacked wool are seen on the streets,
The clip this year it a good ono. Many
of the northern sheep men come to
this valley to shear, thereby getting
:wo clips a j ear. Phoenix Review.
A train of twenty-one cars loaded
with line f.tt sheep consigned to Los
Angeles parties passed through last
night, The s)ieej were raietj in the
Chiricachua mountains, Cochise count ,
by Shaw Bros, This is probably thu
largest shipment of sheep ever made
from southern Arizona Star.
Tho Phoenix Gazette remarks edito
rially: Tho territorial reform school at
Flagstaff s asking for an appropria
tion to (.'omplele the buijdjng now
under construction. Tho four nmtliT
ern counties are only asking for this
appropriation, and as it is the only
public institution in the north their
wishes ought to be considered favor
ably. Hon. Sam Hughes reports the couu
trf as much in need of raiu. Tbegrass
is growing nicely, but it must have
more raiu to keep it growing. Cattle,
he savs. now in fair condition, are thiiH
ranidlv and stockmen will suffer loss if
the drv weather continue. He further
helictcs that more cattle have been sold
to spring purchasers thau can be deliv-j
ered. Tucson Citizen.
Report comes from Wh,ite )ils that
an immense body of silver ore hajbecii
oncounlered below water level In the
G. A. It. mine, owned by the Whilv
Hills company. Samples from
vein run over 1100 ounces in
and four ounces gold per ton
tho first stiiko of oro that litis, bccji
made below water level nntl provl-s
that tho mines go dowu. Mobavp
The contract for the now mnehtnery
ordered for the School nf Mines nt
Tucson has been awarded to Fr.iser &
Chalmers. There will be a full cai
load, comprising a crusher for lino
work, 6-s tamp mill with 600 pound
stamps, feeder, plates and all nppur
tenances; a 3-stanip mill with 250
pound stamps, for treating small lots,
a sample, grinder and automatic
The cmnmjtteo of Alnrlcopn, Pinal
and Pima counties havo raised the neb-
essary sum of money with which to
survey a line for the extension of the
North and South road from Phoenix to
Calabnsas. It is thought that lio1 dif
ficulty will be experienced securing
right of way through tho counties, for
overywlieru property owners say they
are only too glad to donate n strip of
their laud If the extension of the road
bo made. 8tar.
Tho proprietor of a Prescott hashery
is wailing over the loss of a eat; color
white, black and yellow, with, one
winto eye. He olfers a reward and no
questions asked fur its return. If he
isn't particular, he can get a substitute
puss or Tom in Flagstaff. Maybe not
a feino of! such variegated hues, but we
can give him ono with either an alto,
soprano, mezzo soprano, teuor, baritone
- ' basso profundi and several other brands
of voice, warranted bootjack proof and
guaranteed to work from. 11 p. m, to
0 1, ra-i witiiQut iotrwiwlo8.'
ARTI0LE3 OF INCORPORATION
,Tho Rio Verde Irrigation Company,
KNOW AT.T, MEN BY THESK PRESENTS:
That wo. J. It. Kllpatrlck. .1. W. Fninels. Wll
itn Hamilton. David tlahbltt ami I). M. ltlor
dan. all, residents of KlaKhttlT. Coconino
rniintv, Arizona Territory. rtte"in of the
United States, and whoso names mo herriin
dor written, belnc; drsliotis of formlnx n cor
poration under tho laws of tho Territory of
Arlwina, now existing and In force known
and iloslsrnnted as Chapter ono (I.I mill two
(21. Title XII. of the Hovlsed Ftsitotea of liWT.
of said Territory, with all tho rlirhts and priv
ileges of said rhnpters.. havo ah'oelalcd our
selves together as. and lohocome.alMiny cor
porate, under the laws Bfii-csalil. and have
mid exercise all I ho powers and privileges
therein and tlicrohy eonferre.i. and receive
all tho bencHtH anil advantages resulting, anil
to bo derived I herefi urn do now make, publish,
declare and adopt theso as. and to be. our Ar
ticles of Incorporation.
Tho nnmo of snlileoriKi ration hliall Iks "THE
me VEKDE IKIUOVriON COMPANY."
and the names of tho Incorporators of said
corporation are the above named citizens and
The principal place of transact Ins the busl
nuunfi.!ilii i-iriuirullnti -shall be tho town of
KlajtstatT. county of Coconino, Territory of
The ecneral nature of 1 ho business proposed
fo ho transacted lunula correlation Is to ae-
nillrcl'y Krant, Klft, condemnation, or other
iIm. from llio (lot eminent, nf the United
States, or others havMiz power to unintnr
dlspobO or.lancls. water rinlits. waier Miens,
natural sprliiM, lakes. Iiimoiis. mid riinnlnz
streams ot water, with any and all rlRhtsand
privileges thereunto or In any nlso belonging;
imil pnnstriiel tlierfnn reservoirs and dams.
Humes, pipes, aqueducts. locs. and other
means ror tno sioragu aim impoiimiiiig ami
distribution of water: build and const met
heads, canals, ditches, laterals, wllhln which
to convey water from point to point and
maintain each, nil and ovcrv thh.iine. dis
tribute by tho means aforesaid water (or r.
rlgatlnir'asirlculturiil lands. in, nlns. mechan
ical und other purpose, over. In and upon
any and all lands or rights by nVd corpora
tion held, owned or used, and In and upon
and over any and all other lands where a
right M to do may bo aequlred. as aforesaid;
furnish, soil, or otherwise dispose of water
and water rluhts to Individuals or corpora
tions, for Irrigation, or for lawful purposes,
and regulate, from tlmulo time, the rates for
tho sale and disposition of water, and charge
and collect for the name, and to regulate (itttit
tlmo to time the times for tho usu (if water,
and number of nel(N () Iw'usoil. by niirclKis
ors( liroei and maintain all necessary in
provements. nn inny bo required and conven
ient, from time to timet tako, hold. luo. en
joyt each, all and particular, tho properly
aforesaid. cll. encumber. orotherwledlsose
of. thoMiine, at such times, and upon such
terms, as may bo necessary and convenient;
convey tho Mild property, or an v part or par
cel of tho oame, whether by deed, lease, mort
gage, or otherwise, as may bu seen III or pro
fitable; erect and maintain telegraph or tet
enbnno lines along said canal and generally
do and perform any and all ac an tiling
in ami umiuv jv picMs"s no ifiiir up ,iut
fcllHail'I'W""' tfllho urn to. executo all
ami every tne rnuttcrs; nn tilings for tho
Tim amount of tho onnltal stock of wild
corporation I Two Million Vivo Hundred
Thousand 1K.MOOUO1 Dollar, divided Into
tnenty-tlvo thousand cmrti shares, of the
par valueof ono hundred (1100.00, dollars each
The said ranltal stock shall Ik) nald In nt
such times and upon such leftHS rind, oudl
tioa as iio nqarq oi iiirncntni nay oruain.
T10 tlino ot tho Cdtilinenecnient of said cor
poration sliallbeou the thirtieth day of Jun
imry, lKai. ami continue for. and terminate
at the expiration of fifty years from and nf
top that (Into. iinls sooner dlvlvftd. under
the provision of the liws of sa'd Territory,
and now In furee and under which this corpo
ration Is formed.
Thc officers or porsons who shall conduct
the affair of said corporation ar to bo a
Hoard of Director, conslstlngof five (.Vstock
holders, to lie chosen and elected f nun among
tho stockholders, on tho thirtieth day of Jan
uary. 18M: and on tho thirtieth day of Janu
ary i(f each year Hiuruafter, during the term
for which (his compiny Is Incorporated,
which election, and tnnolllcers to bo elected
by such Hoard of Directors, its well as tho du
tfesof e.h.shall ba provided for by tho by
laws of snld company, adnp'ed at a meeting
of tho stockholders hereof. Inducting a Presi
dent, Vice-President. Secrclnry and Treas
urer, and Hiieli other odlcers as tho Hotrdof
Directors may deem necessary for the man
agement ot the alTalrs of tho corporation.
Tho highest amount of Indebtedness or lia
bility, direct or contingent, towhleh saldcor
porallon shall at any tlmo lm subject Is one
million live hundred thousand (J1.JQ0.QJ0)
Tho private property of tho stockholders,
excepting that of tho lilrectorsof this corpor
ation, Is hereby declared exempt from tho
corporate debts of said enrporaunn. and tho
firlvate property of any person owning slock
icreln shall In nnwlsu bo responsible, nor
shall the prlvato property bo subject to tho
debts ot said corporation or an v part nf such
In witness whereof, we, tho persons above
named, as Incorporators, havo hereunto set
our bauds this thirtieth day of January, A.
J. It. KIU'ATKICK.
J. V. I'UANCIS.
I). M. ItlOHDAN.
ppijiii'rntiv ni. aimova i
... . W. . W. ....... Vt, ... ,i-
COUNTY Or COCONINO. f
Before me. Oscar Gibson. Clerk of the Dis
trict Court, on thl day personally appeared
J. It. Kllp.itrlck. David Bjbbltt, Wilson Ham
ilton. J. w. I'r.iiicl. personally known tome
to no mo persons wnosn name- nrcsunscrinco
to tho foregoing Articles of Incoriioratlon. as
nartlas thereto, and acknowledged to me that
ihey severally exeuuted the "iimo for the pur-.
poses ami considerations ineiein expressed.
In testimony whereof. I havo hereunii.
set my hand and alllved my official seiil this
:sotli day ot January, A. D. I8')l.
(SBAL.) OSUAIt GIBSON,
Clerk District Court.
TERHITOHY OF AHIZONA, I ..
On this th lit let li divot .Taniiurv. In
vcar one thousand eight hundred and nlnctx
live, before me, O. II. Coble, a Notary Public
In and for said county, residing therein, duly
commissioned and sworn, personally appeared
I). M. Uloidan. personally known to mo to lie
tho person whbso name Is subs"rlbed to the
wllhln Instrument, and liu duly nek no ledged
to me that hu executed the same.
In witness whereof, 1 havo hereunto set
my hand andalllxed my olllclal be.il thu day
and year last abovo written.
(SKAU) O. II. COBLE,
i Notary Public.
ltccorded at renucst nf J. It.
Feb. 1st. A. D. 18J.1. ut live o'clock p. m
Book of Incoiporatlnns. n ixcs a!. (I), at and K,
Hocorqs of cocpuina county,
0. A. BUSH.
J'or Over K fty Ycnrs.
Mrs. Vinslows Soothing Syrup has
been used for over lifly years by mill
ions of mothers for llu-ir children while
teothi 'g, willi perfect stigucss. It
soothes the child, softens the nii. al
lays all pain, cures ii'liitl colic, and is
tlip best r.ciii('dy for (liarrliiiea. It will
relievo tho poor III tip sufferur iiiime
dltttely. Sold by tlruguists in even
part of tho world Twunty-livit cents
n bottle. He suiv and :13k for "Mrs.
Wiii.slow's Sooiliiug Syrtip,J' and lijko
no other kind. ' '
Uuclden'B Arnlcu Salvo
Thu best,f salve' frtr cn)s,i bruises,
sores, ulcers' sillt rlio'iim.' fever sores,
tetter, chapped' hands, chilblains, coms
and all skiirvorirptjjiiis, and' positive
ly cures piles' nv 'no' pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction or money refunded. Prh-o 26
cents per bo. For salo by F, .V.
fnfytW " ' "' '
Atlantic & Pacific R. R,
Fha GREAT MIDDLE ROUTE ACROSS tha
In connectlrn with tho Hallways of tho
"SANTA FE ROUTE."
Observe tho Ancient Indian Civilization of
l.HginiH, nr nf troms.iho "City of the Sky,"
Visit tho Pi-trlttVil Piirmi nearCarrlzo.
Pee and marvel at the freak of t aityon
View the' longest CnntlUvr llrldgn in
America across tho Colorado river.
1 'mm KlHEalHirtho following paints of In
terest can easily 1)0 rcaeliedl
Tho flrmiil i nnvioi n llin Cnlomdo the
moat sublime of natttreH work on the earth.
Tho sJntiiritl llrldge or Annum. in( Hun
irxiiiint'a vtellii both wonders to beholder.
The rulnsof tho pre-hlstorlc Case mnl Cllll
niK-llem will Interest you.
Tako a hunting trip In tho Magnificent for
ests of tho San Francisco mountains
TIME TABLE NUMBER 39,
i. I'. Walker, John J. McC'ook, Joseph I
SUNDAY, NOVEMBEB 4. 1894.
1 STATIONS. : ;
No. 3 No. 1 No. 2 NO. A
1C 01 p 10 (nip Lv CHICAGO At 1000 ( OOfla
1 .-,) p 2 (Op LvKAN CITV'Xl OliTa fiOOp
II aop Lv DEXYPU-Ar .MSp il
731 a 10 10 H I.TliA'-HTXTA Ai 10 .Via H.V.p
0 41 p 3 30a IvAlbtinuernue til 815p BlOn
2 11)11 H fJIt toolldgu 3atp IKp
! (IT a 01a Wlngate 2 60p 107 a
.UUIUUli Gallup 220p 1235a
AWaUlfap Navajo Springs 1203plOISp
em a 12n Hnlbrook 10 40a 8Mp
H 10 n 2 Kip Wliulow 930a :.p
10 41H 6 40p Plagstuff 7 20 a 5 40p
Ul',p 7 3.1i) Williams 000a 420p
1 31 p Stop Ash Forks 4 30 a 235 p
2 41 p 9 M)p rVllcmun 33.1 a 203p
4 n.1 p 1 1 40 p Peach Springs 10 r 13 40 p
fi ai pi (On Kincmtiti iin-ip loioa
8 3p 4 10 R The Nuedles Mp 7-10 a
iq:1)i I'm Hiako 7Wp oioa
(4 Mn oai a Hagdnd Slop 310a
3 .12 a 12 (II p DllHRDtt 2 U p l-'.ti a
1 aq'-Miiar Hirstow lv 220 p 1210a
d oft par Mojavo lv loop
U 31 a (1 :) p'Ar los Aniieles Lv 7 00n fiOOn
U 41 p B 2"n Ar Man Diego Lv 2 15 p
"u ion ArSan FranVo Lv "ll im"Bi ""
Every day b,u,t Ounday,
Albuquerque A. T. & S. F. It. It. for all
points east and south.
Ash Fork Santa Fe. Preseottand Phoenix,
Kallwar for points in Southern and Cen
tral Arizona. .. ..
Hlake Novada Southern Hallway for
Manvcl. and connection with stage lines for
Vandcrblltand mining districts north.
llarstow Southern California Hallway for
Los Angeles, San Diego and other California
Mojavo Southern Pacific for San Fran
cisco. Sacramento and other Northern Cali
fornia points. -
NO CHANGE IS MAHE BETWEEN SAN
PHANCISCO. SAN DIEGO. LOS
ANOELES AND CHICAGO.
VrtMinnirn l tiinrlf hv Hlrpntnir Car Pas
sengers lietween San lranclsco and Kansas
City, or San Diego and Los Angeles und t'hl
cag", Jno. Htrne. General Passenger Agent, Ios
O. II. Speers. AsslsUint General Passenger
Agent, San Francisco. Cat,
Hknuv 8. Va SLTCK, General Agent, Albu
qucrtjuc, N. M.
Santa Fe, Prescott S Phoenix
tlv.e tahle no. k, taking' effect
Mountain time is standard used.
7 a.", a
8 10 a
9 07 a
0 (0 a
10 'JO a
3 10 p
:t 4a p
ir Prescott lv
II 40 p
No. 333 Nc. 231 SOUTH EXTENSION No. 202 No. SOI
.1 .ii a
10 45 a
11 10 u
11 4.1 it
12 01 p
12 2.1 p
12 41 p
1 47 p
V 1'IUS Oil 111
2 uj o
7 23 a
7 40 a
8 15 u
8 35 a
II U) a
0 M a
10 20 a
11 00 a
12 1.1 p
11 10 p
10 4.1 p
10 20 p
w i p
7 M p
7 15 p
11 40 a l 2 51 p
ar Vulture lv
Trains lO'lund 101 run dally nnd make closo
connection at Ash Fork with trains No. 3
and 4 on A. & P. H. It.
Train 121 runs dally except Sunday and 122
dally except Saturday and connects at Ash
i oik witii trains rios. l aim z on lue a i .
Trains 201 and 202 run dally and connect
at Congress with stago ilie carrying U. S.
mall tn and from Stnniun ami Ynrncll; and
at Vulture to and from Caldorwood and
Phoculx. Trains Wand 231 will not carry
It. H. Coi.nitAN, Superintendent.
(J. W Vaughn, Vlce-l'resldent and General
l -v. IIkai.y. General Fi eight and Passcn
xcr Arent, Prescott
Tha Oldest Bank la Norths Artsoa.
Interest Pali on Time Deposits,
Collections a Specially.
Reffrr ncot W. B. Btron. PrMldsnt A. T. A
& V. Itallroad Compuny: Ellis WslnwrlghV
Managing Director Arisen CettU (offlpsny.
Kt. Loois, Uo. Uaak of UOifornU, baa Frsa.
Your Banking Business Solicited.
J. H. UOiKlNS, Jr., Cashlat.
Dr. Price's Cream Bklajs Powdtr
t M p
n io p
STEWAKT A POK. A'IT()H.R .
Law. Of(lratuiiiouri.vftt uf iho it .',,.
hotel, KlagstalT, Arizona. "an
ATTOHNEY AT LAW,
Office In tho Babbitt Building, riagnaf,
Arizona. I'racllco before tho Land Depju.
ment a specialty.
RICIIAKD E. 6IX)AN.
Attorney- ano CotiNSEiia at Lavt
Offlco over I'roscott National Hank. l'tA
cott. Arizona. ' ,CT
TVlt. D.J,.HHANNEN, PHYSICIAN
i nmi,ii. -nj.n.ttii, ritJUII. IV tf
spond promptly to all calls from any point
on tho Atlantic A Pacific Itallroad. Oi r
ind drug store opposite tne depot.
(HJNTAIN IIDOE. NO. It K nrn
meets everv Wednekdv ,.i.i. ,.. .,'.-
custlo hall In Ifabbltt lmliainirr All !,S r
Irer lo-oihers invited to attend.
V Smith. C C,
It. M. Francis K.otK.s.
K'LAGSTAFF LODGE. NO 7. F t- A M
Hegular meetings on -.jlirt's.itu'rdi7
:ht of each calendar month, fcolournii.
hrpthrpn cnnlliillf Inv., """ juurnni
Camkiion. W. M.
T. E. Pulmam. Secretnrv
( A, . liEOULAH MKfrriNSS OP
VI. ltailsom Post. G. A. 1!.. No. ;. Iw-Vt
mentof Arizona, will lchcldlij U. A It Inii
on second and last Saturday Is' ,-ach m.mil,
J. Guiunir. SxvhtvuitiXXr'0'-
A O.H.W.-FLAGSTArF LOHGENO 13. I
ry . nicetsei ory 1 hursdajr night. In K.of
'.jttl. Visiting Worku.eu aro coinllally n. W
-..vm, m. ..VUILSUN, .U,
Lo la ertiins. Recorder.
fOVKT COCONINO. I. O. P.. No. 61
-t. ""Ttse'ery TiiOsUayevenlnglnG A. It'
hail. Msltlng brethren cordially Invited to
atiend F((ank C. Hocudeiutek, c. R
J. M. Clahk. K. S.
O. O. F.-FLAOSTAFF LODOh.
A .."le.c,,.K. Pvery Friday cvrnlng-ln 1
Hall. Visiting brethren conllally Inv
K. r i
.1 V Invttc V
J, W.WEATnEnronu, Secretary.'
IHST M. E. CHUItCH. COKNEIt OF
Church and Iircux Streets. J. T Pier.
istor. Prt'iu'lilni. ut II . . .ii.i . . . ...
'tinday's; jsuudav school at 10 a. in.. J. II
Hosklns Jr., S(ioriutendciit. Clas-s mevtbigs
wis jr., uiKTiiiieiiuciii. cias-s mevtiHgs
:13 p. in. Epuorth League ti::H p. m.
er meeting Thursday evening at 7:JX
fWTHOLIO CIIUUCII. HEV. J I'ltEltl
V, Pastor. On Sundays: HUli Mass ut 0-31
o clock a. nv Sunday Sch ol jit 3 o'clock
p. in. pftyer und Benediction nt 4 o'clo'k
&, to. On week days. .Mass at 7:31 o'clock
n tho first Sunday of the month Mass at 8
and 10 o'clock. On the second butiday of
each month, the pastor being at Winslovr,
there Is only Prajer Meeting a' 10 o'clock
a. m. Sunday School at 3 o'clock p.m. All
HIST PHESBTEH'AN CHUItCH.
North ban tmnclsco stiivot. Thomas C.
offett. D:tstor. Sabb:ith services: I'reachs
Inglla. m andSMIp. m.: unday school, 10
.i.m : Y, P, H U.E. prayer meetlng7:15p m.
jim.nuu cuiui-rvncu uuu prayer. iuuraay
evening. A cordial invitation Is extvaded
Tlie Arizona Cattle Gd,,
Jjugt, San Fnncboo MeaaUiiu
. Jk muks, silt la tch MR hones Mid niilM
llrhrhthlp; IntraavAIamUttthoaldor. P.O
-addrras, VlstUS. ArU. Jou V.Bsoabe
Alfrfrt .T. W rniit
Brand rl rht ld
p In r., 'H s
crop off left and (lit in
kiiuu; raige lu ud
rrnncls. , .. ui, .i.i -.
sj .. .j .a iiryiiii.t.
Horso brand. AF bar. on rljrht shoulder
ARIZONA LUMBER CO.
branded u la
ClUlt namlwnd' fconstcatlTslr an left ehnk.
Posloffies sdJrw. Tl
l(n. (Jiirk't Vller.
Bmnd hb nlior cot
d on iKoth sldx. wits
kwhIIow fork and on.
dprUt U ich tr. 1
wn(M (..liuwiu: IbraUT. Sll, aawliroa
he lids or snloial. Boot onttl. m I ,rnnl "
on rlht !.!! TetU, ou on rlf bt (Ids; hon
JAR & TAIU
l:H. etxht nllM
Yi v uml coontT.
Can It brsnld J
iqnsre cot oo runl
er, uvr elop o nil
VtMtoBiceUraM. KUpUt Ariaona.
Doubtful Seeds alone. The beet
nro easy to Ret, and cost no
more. Ask your dealer for
Alwnye the belt. Known
evervwhero. Ferrr'a Sent
Annual for 1805 tells you
runat. now. una wucn to pinuu.
I cent free, uetiu Aaaren
D. M. FERRY & CO.,
ini. - .