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SATURDAY, OCT. 2, 1897.
Jjntv of Newspapers.
If subscribers Order the discontinuance of new
pipers, the publishers may continue to send thci
uatil all arrearages are paid.
If subscribers refuse or neglect to take their new
papers from the o3:ce to whieh tliey are sent, the.
are held responsible until they have settled the bill
Mid ordered them discontinued.
If- subscribers move to other places without in
forming the publisher, and the newspapers arc sen
So the former place of residcuto they are then re
sponsible.
If you don't learn to- laugh at
trouble, you will not have anything
to laugh at when you get old.
fiATTvnvrA seems to bo "full ol
prunes," her crop of that succulent
fruit this year is-estimated at $20,-
600,000 :
In- feliese days of progress it it
necessary to keep as near the front
of the procession as your environ
ment will permit.
The yellow fever ot this year is
the mildest yet known, but the best
rihnrse for a town or village is to
Seep clean and avoid it altogether
A charnrnj: young grass-widow of
Vimin vnsffinlfLV remarked: "I don't
care for men until they grow old.they
Jim much smarter and more inter
esting than young men."
Uncle Sam's fleet of five torpedo
"beats is called "a mosquito squad
ron," and if it lives up to its name
the discomfort of the enemy will
be all that could be desired.
It is said that m his coming
message, President McKinley will
recommend a substantial increase
of the navy. Probably he agrees
with Secretary Long that a strong
navy is a guarantee of peace and
pleasant relations with the world.
The yellow fever reports from
tlie South when sifted show a com
paratively small aggregate of cases
and a remarkably light mortality.
Already the frosts have reached
down into Kentucky, and the
course of the epidemic will be brief
The Sentinel is in recipt of a
copy of "Treasure Land" a story of
Tucson, by J. Geo. Hilzinger. The
b'ook is well written, interesting
and instructive. The story" is of
an historical nature and relates
many interesting incidents of early
life iii Arizona, as well as plainly
portraying the present conditions o
our rapidly advancing Territory.
The committee on the revision of
mining laws, appointed by the late
mining congress, is now in session
in Denver and a report says it is
almost unanimous in the belief
that the present laws should be
wiped off the statute books. This
belief is a healthy symptom, but it
is to be hoped that the idiosyn
crasies of Congressmen Shafroth
and Bell will not be recommended
as a substitute, roor men are
already excluded from taking up
coal lands and if some men had
their way only the rich could
handle properties containing the
precious metals.
Debs' recent mild denuncation of
the "torch" and "blood" shrieks of
gome of the leaders of his Social
Democracy is creating great fun for
the newspapers. Of course the
vaporings of these indiduals were
merely an echo of Debs' rant in St
Louis a few weeks ago. Debs. Sov
ereien, O'Neill and the others who
threatened to subvert the govern
ment and pull down the pillars of
society are personally harmless
TliejT are too cowardly to endanger
anything, even themselves, but
their wild howls for arms and for
the overthrow of the courts and the
plutocracy might, in times of ex
citement, nerve some of their fol
lowers who have more courage and
less cunning to do something which
would eet them into trouble. This
is the only way in which Debs has
eyer been a menace.
Some enterprising citizen had
ought to take up a subscription for
the purpose of buying Buckey
O'Neill a wooden Indian, so he
would have someone to relate his
troubles to'without burdening the
press with "open letters" to people
vrlio do-no task his advice on mat
ters pertaining to the public wel
fare of Arizona. Buckey doss not
take up room enough in the world
to be in the way of anybody, and
fbrjthis reason his commissions and
omissions are devoid of interest and
Sis shrill small ovice, though often
pitched in a high key, for or
against somebody or something, is
xever restful. He simply utters j
whispers against the wind and is
delighted with the little noise and
sensation thus created in his own
ears.
TflE PRISON CONTRACT.-
When Governor McCord came
nto office he found a contract for
easing the prison labor that had
leen made by his predecessor and
pproved by the supreme court of
,he Territory. By the light of
nearly two years' time that had
lapsed between the signing of the
ontract and his induction into
office, he discovered that the in
lerests of the Territory would be
sub?erved bv securing some amend'
ments to the contract. These amend
ments he asked for and they were
mainly assented to by the company
He asked for eight different things
seven oi wnicn were granted as
follows:
1. That the company should
have upon the ground and ready
P 1 r. 1
ior worn: oeiore any laoor was
furnished, first class machinery of
the latest improved patterns, to
cost not less than 20,000.
2. That the company should
give to' the Territory a suitable bond
that it would complete the canal
3. That the company should re
move earth each working day that
would cost double the amount of
the value of the prison labor furn
ished by the Territory to the com
pany.
4. That the company at their
own expense erect ana nave m
readiness for use suitable barrack
to accommodate all the prisoners
that should be worked at the head
of the canal .
o. That no prisoner should be
sent to work upon the canal whose
escape in the opinion of the sup
erintendent would be probable.
6. That the Territory should
not be compelled to purchase any
water that it did not desire tc use
and what it did purchase should be
at a price no greater than iB pai
by other patrons of the canal.
7. That the Territory instead of
the company should keep the time
of the prisoners.
8. That no prisoners should be
worked at any other place or at any
other work except upon the canal
,li.very one of these propositions
except the second, the company
acceded to. The governor waived
that for the reason that in his
opinion the acceptance by the com
pany of the first and third requests
was a sufficient guarantee of good
faith on the part of the company
This contract as amended, in the
opinion of the governor, is not only
fair to the Territory, but the gen
eral policy of working the prisoner
has his hearty concurrence.
The appeal case to the United
States supreme court will, therefor
be dismissed. It will be dismissed
for several reasons. First, because
the governor does not think the
policy of obstruction pursued by
the last administration after the
highest court of the Territory has
approved the contract is either
right or for the best interest of the
Territory. If it was not dismissed
on motion of the Territory it would
be on motion of the company, for
the reason that the appellant, Hon
M. J. Nugent, refused to sign the
appeal bond; and second, because
it is believed to be best for th
Territory that the contract should
be executed in good faith. The
expense to the Territory in carry
ing out the contract will be nominal
There will be no extra guards
employed jjgo tools furnished by the
Territory, and the clothing an
food for the prisoners while at work
will cost little if any more than
now. If the canal is built it will
bring under cultivation a large
amount of the finst citrus fruit land
in America, that today is valueless.
It will add two or three millions of
dollars to the taxable wealth of the
Territory, several thousand inhabi
tants and make southwestern Ari
zona one of the righest parts of the
Territory. The Territory owns
over 2,000 acres of land that can be
watered by this canal which can be
cultivated by prison labor iu such
a manner as to make the prison
self sustaining. The talk about
prison labor coming into competi
tion with honest labor is but the
vaponugs ot demagogues. The
friends of those whose lives have
been taken; the people whose prop
erty has been stoku or burned: the
sufferers from the many crimes
which have been committed by
these prisoners; the honest, indus
trious laboring man and the over
burdened taxpayers who have to
support these prisoners- in idleness.
are trot laying awake nights brood
ing over the hardships incident to
their being put to work. It is the
demagogues, the charlatans and the
calamity howlers who are making
the outcry. Republican.
WHY THFY SQUEAL.
The fact the carrying out of the
priBon contract is going to be a
crowning success In the interest of
the Territory, is the cause of the
fieht which is being made against
it
Those who have been and are
fighting it "know its success
now
will seal their political life forever
with the taxpayers of Arizona, and
that it will anchor the administra
tion in the hearts of the people
which carries it through. The fight
against the contract is altogeter
political. The fight for it is in the
interest of the lerritory. Now
mark the outcome. Well do those
Hon taxpaying political snysiers
know that Gov. McCord in carrying
out the prison contract and convert
ing prison labor into taxable prop
erty, at wages sufficient to make
themselves self sustaining, is going
to cast his maligners into everlast
ing political oblivion . This is why
they are so alarmed; but come it
must and will. Their doom is fixed.
Time equares all things. Tucson
Sfar.
All Livestock Must He Inspected.
The following letter in regard to
the inspection of livestock is self ex
planatory, and is published for the
benefit of those interested in the im
portation of stock :
Offfce of Collector of Customs,)
Port of Nogales, Ariz, Sept 27,1897.$
To the Deputy Collector of Customs, Yuma, Ariz.
Sir In reply to your communica
tion of Sept. 23nd, 1897, I have to
state that it will be necessary for the
sanitary inspector to inspect all hogs
imported alive,whethGr for immediate
slaughter or not. Mr. Ghiotto could
slaughter them on the Mexican side
and bring them in as fresh pork at
the rate of two cents per pound with
out inspection. Yours respectfully,
H. K. Chenoweth,
Collector of Customs,
"How to Curo all Skin Diseases."
Simply apply "Swayxe's Ointmekt." No internal
medicine required. Cures tetter, eczema, itch, all
eruptions on the face, hunds, nose, &c, leaving the
skin clear, white and healthy. Its great healing
and curative powers are possessed by no other
remedy. Ask your druggist for Swayne's Ointment.
From Head to Foot Terrible Caso
of Eczema Completely Cured
Dyspepsia, Dizziness, Headache,
All Cured by Hood's Sarsaparilia.
" I was troubled with eczema and had it
so bad that I was almost a running sore
from head to foot. I did not receive ben
efit from the doctors, and thought I would
try Hood's Sarsaparilia. Since taking a
few bottles of this medicine I have not
been troubled with eczema. It purified
my blood and cured me." John Most,
Ponca City, Oklahoma.
"I was afflicted with blood poison.
concluded to try Hood'B Sarsaparilia, and
after taking three bottles the symptoms
of blood noisonintr disappeared. I believe
Hood's Sarsaparilia to bo the best medi
cine on the market." Eugene P. A.
IiARRiRD, Fair bank, Arizona,
" I was afflicted with dyspepsia. I could
get nothing to cure me until I began tak'
ing Hood's Sarsaparilia. I have taken
four bottles and now I am cured." Jeff
D. Koontz, San Pedro, New Mexico.
Hood's Sarsaparilia Is the One True Blood
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ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
The Double Standard
Mining
Company.
Know all men bv these presents that we,
the undersigned, have this day voluntarily
associated ourselves together for the pur
pose of forming a corporation under tne
laws oi tne Territory oi -a-nzunu; uu ve
hereby certify,
iurst: mat tne nameui saiu cui)ura-
tion shall be Tub Double otandabd
Mining Company, and the place ol
business of said corporation is to be trans
acted shall be in the City of Yuma,
Conntv of Yuma. Territory of Arizona.
Second: That the purpose for which the
Corporation is organized and the general
routine of the business proposed to be
transacted is. to acquire, purchase, sell,
lease, locate, own, control, operate and
generally deal in quarries, mines, mining
claims, veins, lodes and deposits ol metai
and mineral-bearing ore of every nature
and description, and compounds and min
ing locations and properties oi every Kinu
and description, and to conduct and carry
on a ceneral mininsr business, lo locate,
claim, oriernte. accmire. dispose of and
otherwise deal in water and water rights
for domestic, irrigation, lighting, muling
and power purposes, io purcnase, con
stnio.t. lease and dispose of tunnels, dams
reservoirs, ditches, canais anu viuuucis iui
the development, storage and transporta
tion of water for all purposes. To purchase,
erect, carry on and dispose of mills, manu
facturing and reducing plants, pumping
stations, store and warehouses, and to ac
quire by right of eminent domain or other
wise, lands, rights, ngins oi way anu iran
chises for the carrying out ol the purposes
of the Corporation. To acnuire, hold, lease
purchase, own, suil and generally deal in
franchises, easements and real anu per
sonal nronertv of every kind and nature
including stock of other corporations. And
to do all and every act which may oe con
venient. necessary or incident to the tran
saction of the business of the Corporation
within the limits of the Territory of Ari
zona, or in any other Territory or State of
the United. States, or eisewnere, ano ac
such place or places as the Board of Direct
ors may from time to time designate. And
to do and perform any ana an acts wunin
the scope and purpose's of this Corporation,
connected with or relating thereto, which
mav be necessary or proper tor the pur-
noses of carrying out all or any of the ob
jects herein specified.
Third: mat tne amount oi me uupiuu
stock of the corporation herein authorized
is One Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00) and
the number of shares into which it is
divided is one million (1,000,000) shares of
the par value ol one dollar ($1) eacn ; ana
that such capital stock so authorized shall
be paid up in full upon the issuance thereof
and when so issued shall be non-assessable.
Fourth : That the time ol the commenc
ing of the said Corporation shall be on the
28th day ot September, ieu, ana mat me
termination of the said .Corporation shall
be on the 28th day of September, 1922.
TVifth- That, thp officers or nersons bv
whom the affairs of this Corporation shall
conducted shall be fave (5) m number,
who shall be known as "Directors," and
who shall together constitute a Board of
Directors, in which Board of Directors, as
such, shall be vested the corporate powers
of the corporation, and the names of the
Sersons who are appointed to serve as sucn
'irectors for the first fiscal year and until
their successors are duly elected and quali
fied, are as follows: F. L. Dodge, "VV.
E. Thompson, R. S. Dyas, Thomas Hus
sev and R. H. Chandler. That the Di
rectors of the Corporation shall hereafter be
elected bv the stockholders at the annual
meeting of the stockholders, which shall be
held on the first Monday in Sept. of each
year. That tne otneers oi me t-orporanon
shall be a iresioent, vice-rresiaenr, secre
tary and Treasurer, who shall be elected by
the Board of Directors at their first meet
ing held subsequent to their election as
such Directors.
Sixth : That the highest amount of in
debtedness or liability to which the corpor
ation is at anv time to subject itself is the
sum of ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00).
Seventh : That the private property ot
each and every stockholder ot this Corpor
ation shall be exempt f.om all corporate
debts and liabilities, of whatsoever nature,
of the said corporation.
In Witness Whereof, we have hereunto
set our hands and seals this, the 28th day
ol September, lew.
seal
fSEALj
seal
R. S DYAS,
R. H. CHANDLER
STATE OF CALIFORNIA,)
County of Los Angeles, f "
On this 28th day of September.in the year
one thousand, eight hundred and ninety-
seven, belore me, T. IS. JSewlin, bounty
Clerk and ex-ollicio Clerk of the Superior
Ceurt in and for said County, personally
aDneared J. H. Trout. W. Thomp
son Jand R. S. Dyas, known to me to be
the persons whose names are subscribed
to the within instrument,and acknowledg-
ed to me that thev executed the same.
And I do hereby certify that the annexed
instrument is executed and acknowledged
in accordance with the laws of the State of
California.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and affixed the seal of said Court
the day and year in this certificate first
above written. T. E. Newlin,
County Clerk and ex-otlicio Clerk
(seal) ot said bupenor Court.
By George Fkancis, Deputy.
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,)
County ok Y'uma, J
On this 29th day of Sept.. in the year one
thousand, eight hundred and ninetv-seven.
before me, F. L. Ewiug, a Notary Public in
and for the said County of Yuma, residing
therein, duly commissioned and sworn, per
sonally appeared II. H. Chandler, whose
name is subscribed to the annexed instru
mentas party thereto, personally known to
me to be the person described inand who exe
cuted the said annexed instrument as party
thereto, who duly acknowledged to me that
he executed the same freely and voluntarily
and for the purposes and uses therein
mentioned.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand and affixed my official seal, at my
office in the County of Yuma, the day and
year in this certificate first above written.
(seal) F. L. Ewing, Notary Public.
My commission expires Sept. 25, 1899.
SUMMONS.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE THIRD Ju
dicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in
and for the County of Yuma
MARY ELIZABETH MURPHY, Plaintiff,
vs.
WILLIAM HENRY MURPHY, Defendant,
Action brought in the District Court of the Third
Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in
and for Vuina County, and the Complaint filed in
said Yuma County, in the office of the Clerk of said
District Court.
In the name of the Territory of Arizona, to
WILLIAM HENRY MURPHY.Defendant, Greeting:
You are hereby summoned and required to ap
pear in an action brought against you Dy the above
named plaintiff, in the District Uourt of the Third
Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, iu
and for Yuma County, and answer the Complaint
therein filed with the Clerk of this said Court, at
Yuma, in said County, within ten days aftor tho
service upon you of this Summons, if served in this
said County, or if served out of this said County
and within this said Judicial District, then within
twenty days thereafter, or in all other cases within
thirty days thereafter, the times above mentioned
being exclusive of the day of service, or judgment
by default will be taken against you.
Given under my hand and the seal of the District
Court of the Third Judicial District
of the Territory of Arizona, in and
(seal) for Yuma County, this 11th day of
Sept., A. D. 1807.
C. II. Brisley,
Clerk of said District Court.
Piles! Piles! Itching Piles.
Symptoms Moisture; intense itching and stinging;
most at night; worse by scratching. If allowed to
continue tumors form, which often bleed and ul
cerate, becoming very sore. Sway.nb's Ointhext
stops the itchinc and bleeding, heels ulceration,
and In most cases removes tho tumors. At drug
gists, or by mail, for 50 cents. Dr. Swayne & Sen,.
ShIUJfilpiix-
HOTEL CASHMAN,
Nellie cashmax, prepr.
Cornet of Main and Jones Streets, Yuma, Ariz.
In the Land of Everlastiner Sunshine.
American Plans. First-Class
TABLE UJfSUltPASSED.
Corner Main and
liOS ANGEJLES,
JKOOiMS, JFJROM 50 CETSTTS TO S1.00 PEH DAY
Special Rates by the
Conducted on the European Plan. Headquarters for Mining Men.
TONY MESMER, Manager.
ST. ELMO HOTEL,
No. 219 North Main Street,
Angeles, - Cal
Centrally Located; lirst-Class Dining
to $2.00 per day; Rooms, without meals, for one person,
50c, 75c and $1.00 per day.
Conducted on both the American and European Plan,
TV. E. BROWNING, Chief Clerk.
YUMA LUMBER CO
m jti iii i wmm ir, insiu, irr
bash Doors and Blinds, Cement and
.b lttings.
Address, F. L. EWING, Manager, Vuma, A.T.
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TIME CARDS BEFORE PURCHASING TICKETS VIA AIVY
OTHER ROUTE.
For Information Address Nearest Agent, or:
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GEN'L AGT, EL PASO, TEX.
The New-York
ii mu iuc uiuoc ui iuu licjiucuwiii uuuj rjmgn ajCLJCi XXvl.D U-NllJ re'
cognizes tne lace tnat tue American
attention to home and business interests. To meet this condition, politics
will have far less space and prominence, until another State or Notional oc
casion demands a renewal of the
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YUMA, ARIZ.
ok
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY.
OMMENCING-
Wednesday, Deo. SO, 1896.
TRAINS WILL LEAVE YUMA
as follows:
7:40
A. M. (DAILY) Sfied
Train for Gila Bend. Tucson.
eming, El Paso, and all way stations.
1 1 .Clf A.M. (DAILY) "PACI-
JL JL S J FIC EXPKESS" fc
for Col-
ton, Los Angeles, Santa
Francisco, Sacramento,
Barbara, San
Portland and
North, Ogden and East.
T . W P. M. (DAILY) "NEW
0JJ ORLEANS EXfRESS"
for Gila Bend, Maricopa, Tucson, Benson,
LordBburg, Deming, j! Paso, New Orleans
and East via the ''Sunset Route."
Overland Tickets Sold
Sleeping Car Berths Secured
AND
Full Information Regardlnq Transcontlnenta.
Routes Furnished on Application
Parties can arrange to join the
WEEKLY FAMILY EXCURSIONS over
the Sunset Routo by corresponding with
vv . a. xuiaajiK, Agent.
Depot, .... Yuma
T. H. GOODMAN, Gen. Pass. Ag't.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
ilaricoDa & -Phoenix
& Salt River Valley
Bailroad.
PUBLIC TIME TABLE NO. 41.
In Effect Wednesdaii. Dp.r.p..-
ber 30, 1896,
All Trains Run by Pacific Stan
dard Time.
Phmnix and Maricopa Division.
pSL BATONS. Mgpa
1 A. F. & P. 2 A. P. & F.
8.00 p.m. Lv..Phccnix.Ar 7.15 a.m.
8.30 p.m. ..Tempo.... 6.45a.m.
f8.40 p.m -...Petersen.... f6.36a.ni.
f8.55 p.m Kyrene.... lB.20a.m
f9.15 p.m. Sacaton... f6.00a.m.
9.30 p.m. ArMaricopa.Lvt 5.45 a.m.
Phmnix & Mesa City Division.
Mesato Phoenix
Phoenix. to Mesa.
Read down Head Up
STATIONS. 1
n
Frgt&Pass Frgt&Pass
DAILY. DAILY.
7.30 a.m. Lv. mesa. At. 10:30 a. ru.
8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m.
8:dOa. m. 90 a. m.
6 " teupb. " 5
l;30P-m- 6:00 p.m.
200 P.m. 5:30 p.m.
2:30 p.m. Ar. phoenix. " 5:00 p. m,
Tram No. 1 connects with Snntt,., t
cilic train No. 19, eastbonnd, leaving Marl
copa at 10.08 p. m. b
lram jno. 2 connects with Southern
Pacinctram No. 20. wwHnr.,i i i
Maricopa at 5.15 a. m. ""
Connections made at Phoenix with S. F..
P. & P. R. R. for Prescott anri f!nn.r '
Connections .at Xon Mfi 0t? r
Goldfield, Mondays, Wednesdays andFri-
TJu'-m J-'rJ - I0r Florence and
Globe, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
at 4 o'clock a. m. J
f Trams stop on signal.
PUULMAIV IAJLACJE 8LEGP
CARS
On trains Nos. land 2 between Phoenix
and Maricopa.
Tickets Sold to all Principal Points and
Baggage Checked to Destination.
N. K. MA8TEN", C. C. McNEIL.
President. Gen'l Sup'ent.
F. B. SANFORD,
Gen'iFrt.&Pass. Agt.
General Offices, Phoenix, Ariz,
SANTA FE, PRESCOTT
& PHENIX RAILWAY
WITH TUB
SANTA FE SYSTEM
Is tho Shortest and Quickest Koutc to Denver.
Kansas City, St. Louis, Chibaco, and
ALL POINTS EAST.
S. F., P. &. P. TIME TABLE.
In effect May 31, IS07. Mountain time is standard
used.
DATS
THROUGH TIME CARD.
DA T
Mond j
Tuesy j
5 00p
10 50a
lv...SanFran...ar
lv... Mohave. ..ar
615b I
3 45a I
Tuesy
Tuesy
Tuesy
Tuesy
Tuesy
Tuesy
Wedn
Wedn
7 00a
9 45a
4 55p
llOOp
215a
715a
lv..San Diego., ar
lv.Los Angeles.ar
lv.. ,Barstow...ar
lv.The2Jeedles.ar
lv.. Kingman ..ar
ar.. Ash Fork.. lv
115p
8 30a
110a
640p
5 07p
135p
Monti
Mend
Mon
Mond
Mond
Tuesy
Tuesy
Wedn
Thurs
Thurs
Thurs
Thurs
10 25p
1130p
2 25p
8 50p
10 40p
6 55a
8 10a
10 50a
lv... .Chicago.. .ar
.... St. Louis....
...Kansas City...
9S2p
615p
7 65a
5 OOp
10 25p
1 60p
12 02p
1015a
740a
Wed a
Wedn
Wedn
Tuesy
Mond
Mond
Mond
Mond
Mond
uenver
.. Albuquerque
.... llolbrook ...
.Winsiow
Flagstaff.
Ash Fork-.lv
llOp
SOUTH febUNDTT
NO 3
Pas
NO 1
Pas
STATIONS.
NO 2
Pas
NO 4
Pas
7 45a
8 45a
9 50a
10 15a
12 30p
145p
2 40p
3 35p
3 50p
4 43p
4 68p
5 3ip
6 26p
6 46p
7 06p
8 09p
8 48p
930p
11 OOp
11 lip
1124p
1145p
Lv..Agh Fork.Ar
...Rock Butte...
.... .Del Rio
.Jerome Junction.
ar...Pre8cott...Iv
It... Prescott. ..ar
... .Summit ....
ar'Skul! Talley.lv
Iv.Skull Valley.ar
.... Kirkland....
...Date Creek...
Congress ....
.. Wickenburg ..
Peoria
.... Olendale ....
....Alhambra....
Ar.. Phoenix. .Lv
6 50a
5 50a
4 50a
4 2Sa
3 35a
3 20a
2 46a
146a
126a
1214a
U18p
10 32p
842p
819p
S06p
7 50p
8 50p
5 60p
4 50p
3 50p
2 OOp
Dining station.
The scenic line of Arizona. The bo-.t route to
California. The only North and South line in
Arizona to the Grand Canon of the Colorado,
Petrified Forest Great Pine Forest, Cliff Dwellings,
Great Salt River Valley and other points of in
terest. Through tickets to all points in the United
States, Canada and Mexico.
No. 2 connects at Jerome Junction with trains
of the U. V. & P. Ry for Jerome.
Connecting at Prescott with stage lines for all
principal mining camps; at Congress Junction
with Congress Gold Co. H. R. for Congress, and
stage lines for Hardua Hala Stanton and Yaraell;
at Phoenix with the M. & P. & S. U. V. R, R. for
points on. the S. P. R. R.
Train for California leaves Ash Fork at 1:35 p.m.
arriving in Los Angeles next morning at 8:30 and
fcan Francisco same evening at 6:15. Train for
the east leaves Ash Fork at 7:40 a. m.
F- M. MURPHY, GEO. M. SARGENT.
rros. a uen. Mgr. Gen. Frt. & Pass. Aet.
Prescott, Ariz
Prescott, Anz.
E. W. GILLETT,
Gen'l Asrtnt,
Plieenix, Ariz.
R. E. WELLS,
Asst. Gen. Mgr.
nesistt, Ariz
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