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SATURDAY, SEPT. 3, 1SJS. B:ivi: of IVcMXjmii'Stf If subscribers order the discontinuance of news pipurs, the publishers may continue to send them 3ntil all arrearages arc paid. U subscribers refuse or neglect to take their news. payers from-the cilice to which they arc sent, they are held respoTisitile until 'trier have settled the bill snA ordered them discontinued. If subscribers move to other places without in forming the publisher, airf the newspapers are sen to former the place of residence they are tlion re Bponssihle. ASXOIISCEMLESTS.- j$3 PUBLICAN TERRITORIAL COS YEXT10N.' Ollice of the Secretary Territorial Repub lican Central Committee, Phoenix-, Ariz. September!, 1853. To the Republican party of Arizona: A convention of Delegates of the Repub Item party of the Territory of Arizona is iferebv called to meet in the city of l'res CWtat 10 o'clock a. in., on September 2010, for tjie following purpose: 1st. Tlie nomination ol a Delegate to Congress. '2nd. The selection of a Territorial lie- dublican Central Conimittee. 3rd. The transaction of such other busi ness as nmy properly come before it. The basis of representation will be one delegate for each- fifty votes, and for every fraction of votes over twenty-live cast for iion. A. J. Doran for Delegate to Congress in November, 1S1X5; therefore the represent ation will be as follows :- County. Votes. jfyache . 5 Cochise.. 1 5 Coconino 8 Gila Z 3 Graham -- - 8 Maricopa".-.'.!.' 21 "Mojave... 2 Navajo 5- Tima . .-. 8 Pinal - 3 Yavapah.---. .15 Y-uma 2 Proxies will- be" recognized only when presented' by" av voter who is a resident of the county from which the same is issued. A full attendance of Delegates is earnestly desired, as well as the presence of represent ative Republicans from -every part of the Territory. WILL C. BARNES, Secretary.. FOR PROBATE JUDGE. I hercl,y announce myself as a candidate for the oliiee of Pr6bate Judge, subject to the action of the Republican convention" of Yuma county-, W.W. WOODMAN. Joh:;xy again. ia.now marching home Several panels in Mark Smith's. fence have lately fallen down. The summer is far spent and school davs will soon be at hand. Elllwood seems to have the Mark Smith ma'chrne on the run. The word faction has been re movedjfrom the Arizona-Republican banner. -As a unii the party will now assert itself and- carry the election this fall. It cannot be changed' against Mark Smith that he is a quitter. He has ran for every office of im portance in the Territory during the past eighteen years and still the gang howls "reform." The- friends of Mark Smith are Beginning to realize that politics makes strange bed-fellows. The Ellinwood boys are kicking the covers off and Mark will find hiin Self out in the cold on September The total loss of the American army and navy in the recent-war is reported to be twenty-three of ficers and 23G-men killed and eight' seven officers and 1406 men wound ed, an aggregate of 1752. In- the civil war the Union army alone lost 4442 officers and G2,91Gmetv Killed and in addition 43,012 dietYj from wounds. uncess something is done to restore our merchant marine to its ancient glory we will ignore one of. the chiif lesson? and opportunities furnished by ar successful inter national war. Germany hiB taken :Hid is taken advantage- of such-an opportunity- Are we' to coivfess that the United States cannot do What'" German' has done in com mercial enterprise? The question can be answered only by the Federal-Jjegislature-. AT'the meeting of the Cambridge congress of zoology this week Prof. Haecket, in a paper on the present knowledge of the descent' of man, declared that science has now estab lished1 with absolute certaint' that man descended' through various stages- of evolution from the lowest form of animal life during a period estimated at 1,000,000,000- years. After going deep an to the scientific ft&turcs of his imeslig.ilions, Prof. fHafeeket savs that man is ft-rMrhate, and that all primates, monkeys. apes -and man. descended from one common stqm. . ' THE PRISON MANAGEMENT. It is stated on what seems good authority that Hon. John W. Dor rington superintendent of the Ter ritorial prison has tendered his resignation and that Editor Herbert Brown of the Citizen will be ap pointed to fill th'e" vacancy. Col. Dorririgfon was tlie father of the law creating thV prison. He is one of the strongest political factors in Yuma county one of the very few old time McKinley stalwart repub licans of Arizona and tlie proprietor ot the-oldest established republican journal in the Territory. His ap pointment by Governor TvIcCord was hailed as a just recognition of faithful political service especially I to the cause.of .President McKinley. Editor Brown will no doubt make am eujcignj, and capable Bupennt- enderit of the prison, he has the firmness, courage, executive ability and good judgment, prime requisites for the management of such an institution. Like Col. Dorrington he is justly entitJed to be recogniz ed, if party fealty is to be considered in such- appointments for he has been a hard journalistic fighter for party lo! these many 3rears. Editor Brown has many friends who will congratulate him upon his wall deserved appointment. The Star is well pleased to record the fact that the newspaper fraternity is appreciated by the dispenser of party, pastry and plums. Star. PROSPERITY IS HERE. Henry Clews, the noted financier ofNewYoik, says: "The half of the year '98, say from July to January 1, will beyond doubt mark the highest notice of prosperity which this country has attained in its history, and it is that prospect which is at the bottom of stock values at the present time. It is not surprising, therefore, that the current is at high tide. In all my business experience in Wall Street, which covers a period of forty years, I have never Eeen a brighter out-look-rfor all business interests in this country than the situation now presents." Major J T. Harahan of the Illinois" Central Railway in an interview in the "Commercial Appeal" gave it as his opinion that as soon as the war is brought to an end a period of unprecedented prosperity will set in. Theoponing up of Cuba and Porto Rico to American capital and labor will provide for each remunerative fields of industry. Cuba though rich beyond computation, ia a desolate l'and to-day, and it never has been more than one-third developed. It isgoverned by customs and senti ments that belong to the romote past, and as soon as American push, energy and genius are given-play it will become, indeed, the ge n of the Antilles. Porto Rico ib more advanced, and has suffered less from Spanish rule. The people' of the Island are more progressive and intelligent. A3 soon as they have modern laws and modern business methods introduced they will leap forward along the lines of progress. American capital is already pre paring'for the invasion of these islands. GOVERNOR MURPHY. Arizoua's Chief Executive Pays Tuc . .--v son a Brief Visit. 'j K r i 'tj&ibmvvears since I visited your city," stiitUGovernC-r Murphy when seen at the Sax? Xavier last evening, "and I note that wonderful changes have taken place in the appearance of Tucson, such as your people have rust reason lo feel proud of. My visit here wag not planned when I started from Phoenix, as I expected to go lo Yuma, A change occurred in my plans and I thought I would give the day to a look at the Old' Pueblo and meet many pleasant acquaintances; nothingmore.' Inferring to hi"s recall! to the gover norship", Mr". Murphy said that it wns wholly unexpected. He found upon reaching home that it was necesea-y to make changes in the appointees of his predecessor, and while he had no axe to errind he had jriven careful thought to the selection of good men for places-made vacant. The governor thought thafi witlv Penrose as tlte standard bearer this fall the republican - party would win out handsomely. He felt that the dis turb-ances whish had occurred it the ranks were now. fulPy healed up and that victory would perch , upon the bauner of the party in November. He was satisfied that Mr. Penrose would finally consent jtobe tlTe'party 'sdatii didnte for delegatgy . " Governor Murplijsaidhc'hni-l ap pointed Miles' Archibald 61 Prescott to be yard master and gate keeper afc the penitentiary, Ira P. Smith of Phoenix to be assistant superintendent, and that he had the name of Herbert Brown of Tucson under favorable considera tion as the successor of Col. J. W. Dorrington, superintendent of that institution. Mr. Brown would be notified in all likelihood this week. During the day Colonel Herring drove the governor about the city, and other prominent gentleman paid their respects. It was the intention of Cot. Martin to have the. Eirat Regiment band Serenade the governor, but he request ed that no" demonstration be made. He will visit Tucson on the 5th and meet with the university board of regents. Star. Help, is Wanted when the nerves become weak and. the., appetite fails. Hood's Sarsaparilla gives help making the blood richer, pure and noursliing. Get only Hood's. ',. . ... - t Hood's Pilla are easy lo take, easy to operate,. Cure iiidegcstion, sick headache. - ' Notice. To whom it may concern. We George T. Morris and 11. Ryder contest J. Shear's and G. Muncey's claim to the mine known as the Bute of Ari zona, situated in the S. H. Mountains Yuma County about (4) four m.les west of Tres Alamo's Springs. Governor's Report. A limited number of copies of the governor's report has been received at this office. Parties can have same on application. Dreadful Eruptions on Her Skin and Body Great Suffering Relieved by Hood's Sarsaparilla. "My little daughter suffered terribly with eruptions on the skin and body which looked as though, blistered. I have been giving her Hood's Sarsapnrilla and she has taken several bottles and is now almost entirely cured. We were told she would need a change of climate, but Hood 'a Sarsaparilla has made it unneces sary."" J. T. Freeman, Ft. Wingate, N. M. " I have been suffering with sores on my face. , I was unable to sleep and had no appetite. I began' taking Hood's Sarsa parilla and after I had used two bottles I felt like a different man. The sores dis appeared, my appetite increased and I can now sleep soundly." Henry Reichers, Georgetown, New Mexico. E-iood's SarsapariSIa Is the best In fact the One True Blood Purifier. Sold by' all druggists. Si; six for $5. j. rii are prompt, efficient and flOOU S PUIS easy in effect 25 cents. THE YUMA -- meat Market 3 P. B. IIODGKS & CO, PROPRIETORS. ALFALFA-FED BEEF, fresh from thn far-famed meadows of the Salt River Valley. Prices the Lowest in Town. Free delivery to all parts of- the city. MAIN STREET. YUMA, ARIZONA .- From Head to Foot TerribJe Caso of Eczema Completely Cured Dyspepsia, Dizziness, Headache, All Cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla. " I waa troubled with eczema and had it so bad that I was almost a running sore Irom head to foot. I did not receive ben efit from the doctors, and thought I would try Hood's Sarsaparilla. 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. I concluded to try Hood's Sarsaparilla, and after taking threo bottles the symptoms of blood poisoning disappeared. I believe Hood's Sarsaparilla to be tho best medicine- on tho market." Eugene P. A. Larrird, Fairbank, Arizona. " I was afflicted with dyspepsia. I could get nothing to euro me until I began tak ing Hood's Sarsaparilla. I have taken fouT bottles and now I am cured." Jeff D. Koo:itz, San Pedro, New Mexico. Hood's .-irsaparilla is the One True Blood Purifier.- Sold by all drucilists. SI, six for $5. UUKtS WHtKt ALL F1SF FAIIR. Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Use in time, bold by druccists. ;2?&vbl6f Ohio, City" of Toledo,) : '-' 3 Luoas County. ) Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho is the senior partner of the firm of "P. J. Cheney it Co.. doiricr business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm wilL pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL LARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the useof Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this Gth day of Decem ber, A. D. 18SG. A. W, GLEASON, seal Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & C-0., Toledo.. 0. Sold by druggists. 75o. "Sail's Family Pills art the bfst-' SUMMON. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE THIRD JT-- iliciaf District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for the County of liiina. J. J. Baker, plaintiff, vs.- G. W. Larimer, J. G. Atherton, W. It. Cochran and Wm. Ch'rist'v. defendants. Action brought in the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for Yuma County;, and tho .Complaint filed in said Yuma County, iii the otlice of the Clerk of said District Court. In tlie name, xt the Territory of Arizona, fo G. W.- Larimer. J. G. Atherton. W. R. Cochran' and Win. Christy defendants, greeting. You are hereby summoned and required to ap pear in an action brought against you Dy the above named plaintiff, in the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for Yuma Couiity, and answer the Complaint therein filed with the Clerk of this said Court, &t Yuma, in said County, within ten days after the 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 withki twenty days thereafter, or in all other cases within thirty days thereafter, the times above mentioned being exclugive of the day of service, or judgment by default wiH'b6 taken against you. Given under my hand and the seal of the District Court of tlie Third Judicial District of tho Territory of Arizona, in and (seal) for Yuma County, this 4th day of Aug., A. D. 1893. C. H. Brislkt, Clerk of said District Court SUHMOXS. In the Dibtrict Court of the Third J udieial Dis trictof the Territory of Arizona, in and for the County of Yuma. John Gandolfo and Eugene Sanguinctti, partners doing business under the firm names of Gandolfo & Sanguinetti, plaintiffa, vs. Taylor D. McLeod, Theresa M. Hart and Hart, her husband, Fran cisco B. Orr and the Rio Colorado Gold Extraction Company, defendants Action brought in the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the ' Territory of Arizoi a, in and for Yuma County, and the complasnt filed in said Yuma County, in tlie office of tho Clerk of said District Court. In the name of the' Territory of Arizona, to Taylor D. JIcLeod, Theresa M.,Hart and Hart, her husband, Francisco B. Orr and the Rio Colorado Gold Extraction Company, defendants greeting. You arc hereby summoned and required to ap pear in aifaction brought against you by the above named plaintiff, in the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in 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 aftsr the service upon you of this summons, if served in this said County, or if served out or this said county and within this said Judicial Dteirict, then within twentyjdays 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 seal of the District Court of.thc Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for Yuma County, this 5th day of August, A. D. 1SD3. C. H. Biushst, seal Clerk' of Said District Court. STAGE FROM TEXAS HILL TO MOHAWK OX S. P. RAILROAD. The Stage will connect daily with east and west bound passenger train at Texas Hill. At Mohawk ranch private conveyances can always be had for the new mining camp of Gleason's. For further information address, Stage Line froiu 'JTuciia. lis- contlnucd. ITIoIiawJf. Arizona. You can B be cured If you suffer from any of the ills of men, come to the oldest specialist on the I'acinc Coast, DR. JORDAN & CO., 1051 Market St. Esfd 1852. Youi'ir men and middle airotl men who aiesulTciinir train u.c ciiects 01 youtimu inuiscrciions cr ex cesses in maturer years. Nervous and Physical iieuililj',lnipi(i-iic.T,l.i-t JHUIIIlOOU inallits complications: & iiermntoiThoca, ProKtjj4orjli?:i, inovrJiCrt, GIccl, k'i'equ'iic.vof tlrtimlinsr. etc. By a combination of -remedies, of great curative pow er, 'the Doctor hus so arranged his treatment that it will not only afford immediate relief but permanent cure. The Doctor does not claim to perform miracles, but is well-known to be a fair and square Physician and Surgeon, pre-eminent in his specialty ISisenSt'S Of Men. S.vpljlli thoroughly eiitdicated from the ilVEBl' nptilvins to tis -will re-1 ccive our honest opinion of his comnlnint. M'ewiliauaranteca POSITIVE CURE in every case vie undertake, or jorjeu uno XJionsaiiu iioilnrM Cons ihation FREE and strictly private. CHARGES VERY REASONABLE. Treat ment personally or by letter. Send for book, 'Tho Philosophy of Rlariiase," free. (A valuable book for men.) VE.SIT DR. JORIAH'S Great Museum of An atomy the finest and largest Museum of its kind in the world. Come and learn how wonderfully you are made; how to avoid sickness and dUea-e. We nre continually -iddine new specimens. CATALOGUE EliEE. Call or write. 1051 - ; : jn '- -o, Cal. AVe offer y and to-lcar tinie. If . a chan e !.. oarn premiums tw-iir-L."-.-- motho'U at the sam'e' r.i. naviculars . . -1. Corner Main and tiOS ANGEIjES, ROOMS,- FROM 50 CEKTS TO $1.00 PER DAY Special Rates by the Week or Month. Conducted on the European Plan. Headquarters for Mining Men. TONY MESMER, Manager. ST. ELMO HOTEL, No. 249 Xorth Main Street, Centrally Located; First-Class Dining Rooms Attached; Rates from $1.25 t6 $2.00 per day; Rooms, without mealg, for one person, 50c, 75c and $1.00 per day. Conducted on both the American and European Plan", W. E. RROWXIIN'G, Chief Clerfc.- LUHBER DEALERS IIV Sash Doors and Blinds, tJement and ricungs. Address, F. L. EWING, ARE YOU GOING IF SO BE SURE YOUR TICKET READS VIA FROM DEMIM OR EL Through Coaches-Chair Cars Pullman and Tourist Sleepers Daily. TmiS ARI)S BEFORE PlJRClEASIIVtt TICVI3TS VIA AMI OOIEli ItOUTJG. For Information Address Nearest Agent, or: P. B. HODCHTON, GEN'L AGT, EL TASO, TEX. The New-York .. v. i;.n, iivomciiuai utiii j.iiUll JLXlXi XlVlXJUJSJli re cognizes the fact that the American people are nbw anxious to give their attention to hoine and huainess interests To meet this condition, politics will hate far less' space ami prominence, until another State or Notional oc casion demands a renewal of the fight for the 'principles for which THE TRIBUNE has labored from its inception to the present day, and won its greatest victories Every possible effort will be put forth, and money freely spent, to make THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE preeminently -a NATIONAL FAMILY NFWSPAPER, interesing, instructive, entertaining and indispensable to each member of the family. We Furnish "The Sentinel" and "N. Y. Weekly Tribune" One Year for $3.00 CASH I- AIVAIVK. AddressAllOrdorsto THE SENTINEL. it rite our IVnine unci nllrcss -"-- mime iinu ;iurcss on si. rwsiui , acna it lo Ce o W. ISckt, Xrilimc Oflicc, IVcw York City, and a .sample copy ol'XIHE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TItlBUNE will be mailed to you. WANTED: I desire to correspond with parties who may. be able to supply me with choice Indian relics, such as spear heads, airow heads, stone pipes,.etc Write me telling what yoii h.tvo. Send rough drawings. . . t . yddross, -H.P. Sariiiltoa" ' Two Rivers , Wisr Rcfi'iicua Sts., - - CALIF. M. L. DUMLY, Prop'r. CO. Lime, Wrougfal-Iron Pipe and Manager, Yuma, A.T. EAST OR NORTH W. J. BLACK, GEN. PASS. AGT, TOPEKA, KAN. Weekly Tribune FOR FARfflRS AND VILLAGERS FATHERS AND MOTHERS POR SONS AN!) DAUGHTERS, FOR ALL THE FAMILY, on a "POstal card, send It to c mailed FOR SALE. Fifteen Horse Power Boiler and Engine, GOOB AS JVEW. ' Inquire at SENTINEL Office, Miuig Joaitiort , notices-lrge auu. PASO mall, for sule at this office. SOUTHERN PACIFIC CDMPAS1 : COMMENCING Saturday, Jan. x, i8"0. TFfAlNS tf'lLL LEAVE YUwfX &x FoitoWs: 6-1 & J- (DAILY) Mixed ly Train fa? GihCBkia: Tno.ns Dehintj, El Paso, and all way stations. JL JL .t J FIC EXPRESS- r0r " ton, Loa Angeles, Santa Barbara Sail' Francisco; Sacranaent6; Portltfad anti' North, Ogden and Ea'rf . U.UU ORLEANS E'PRP for Gila Bend, Maricopa. Tucson. Lor'dshurg, Deraing, El Paso, New Orleans' and East via the ''Sunset Route " Overland Tickets Sold. Sleeping Car'Berihs Secured AND Full Information Reffardlnn Tmb.-i-,...v? Routes Furnished onVppliMtioB Parties can arrange to join tntf WEEKLY FAMILY EXCURSIONS ovef the Sunset Route by corresponding' with For complete information' call oft o'r arf (Tress. n. w. FILBERT,. Agent, DEP;r' ' ' YrMiV T RPSpMfig. Gen. pa88. Ag't. . SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. Maricopa & Phoenix & Sli VEailroatK PUBLIC TIME TABLE XO. 41. In Effect Thursday, July 1, 1897. All Trains Run by Pacific Stan dard Time. Phcenix and aiarlcopa Division . PhS. MaSna 1 A. F. & P. ; o a x ,7Z 880 S' Lv-'Pi"M0i.,R p-ni Tempe.... 7.10 a. m, flfs Pm yrene.... f6.45a.m o7 v n Sacaton... fl.20a m. 9.01 p.m. ArMaricopa.Lv M' Phcenix & Mesa City Division; Mesa to " stt : Read down Read T7 : STATIONS, KCad U? FrthaSS Frgt&Pass DAIL- : DAILY. sn'' Lv' ME8A- 10:30 a. m. 2:5J?-"1, 10:00 a. m. 8:30m- - 9:30 a.m. , V TEMPE. u S oSS'm G:00p.mf SS'm" 5:30 p.m! J.dO p. m. ' Ar. PHOEyix. " 5:00 p. jn, 'lram Ko. 1 connppfs rmtu lram No. 2 onr,-ot.-, with So;thr Mari-op.n a: 3.. a. rn. ' ",US Lor.' f.-fioris nile at Pfi )?nix with F., , - - ...... tim: .uiinir,'S. GoIdl:eid. .Mondays, Wednesdays SDd f-i. iouc. i t.e.HUa3, TuiiMdav - md baturda at 4 O " k a. :it . f T---'.-Mji.uiiai.r.-i. PULLMAN PALACE SLEEJJP" " irv caks J- On trains Tos. land 2 between Plmomt.," and MaricoDa. Tickets Bold to all Principal' Foinfs ausA Uaggage Checked to Destination.! v .- t 'fr. i . lv. JlASTEN, C. C. McNEI I. . President. GenM Snp'ei " F. B. SAXFORD,. - v . Gen'IFrt.&Fass. Agt General Off ices. Phoenix, Ariz SANTA FK, PRESCOTT & PHffiNIX RAILWAY vmu tiiz SANTA FE SYSTEM Is tho Shortest and Quickest Route to Denv Kansas City, St. fuis, Chicago, and " ALL POINTS EAST. S. F., P. &. P. TIME TABLE. In effect May 31, IS07. Mountain time ia . used. THROUGH TIME CARP. Mond I 5 00p Tuesy 1 10 50a lv.. .San Fran... ar lv. .. Mohave. ..ar 0 15p f Tuesy 3 45a I Tuesy Tucy Tuhy Tucsy Tucsy Wedn Wcdn 7 00a, 0 45a J 65p llOOp 2 15a 715a lv..San Diego. .ar lv.Los Angeles.ar lv...Barstow...ar Iv.The Necdles.ar lv.. Kingman ..ar nr.. Ash Fork..lv 1 15p 8 30a 1 10a 8 40p 5 07p 135p Hon Men Mond Mond Tuesy Tuesy Wedn Thurs Ihurs Thurs Thurs 10 25p 11 30p 2 25p 8 50p 10 40p 6 55a 8 10a 10 50a lv.. .. Chicago. ..ar St. Louis .... ...Kansas City... 0 32p 015p 7 05a 5 OOp Wedn Wedn Wedn Tuesy Mon Moc Denver .. Albuquerque .. f 10 25p .... irolbrootc.... 1 50r .Winsiow 12 02p. .Flagstaff..... 1015a 1 lOp Ash Fork..lv I 7 40a Mon d (.SOUTH bOlM)' NO 3 Pas NO 1 Tas STATIONS. NO 2 Pas NO 4 Pas -.7 45a 'S45a Q50a 10 15a 1230p 145p i Lv,.Asu Fork.Ar 2 4Dp ' ...Rock Butte A. 3 35p4 ... r:DeI Rir..i..i SSOp-1 .Jerome Junction. 4 43p ar... Prescott". .Iv 4 58p j lr... Prescott. ..ar 5 Sip ... .Summit .... e 26p arSkull Valley.lv 6 46p lv .Skull Valley.ar 7 06p Kirkland .... 8 09p ...Date Creek... 8 46p Congress .... 9 30p Wickeriburg 11 00p- .Peoria 11 lip- Glendule 11 21p ....Alhambra.... 11 45p Ar.. Phoenix. .Lv 6 50a 550a 4-50a 4 2Sa 8 3-Ja 3 20a 2 46a 146a 1 28a 12 14a 11 13p 10 S2p ?4'2p' 8 IOji 8 06p 7 50p 8 50p 5 S Op 4-50p 350p 2 OOp Dining station. . . ". " " The scenic line of Arizona. Tho be t route t California. The only North and South" line iff 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. 2 connects at Jerome Junction with trains of tho L. V. & p. Ry for Jerome. Connecting at Prescott with stage lines for all principal mtning camps; at Cohgreas Junction with Congress Gold Co. K.R. for Congress, and stage lines for Hardua Hala. Stanton and Yarcell; at Phoenix with the M. fc P. & S. R. V. R, R. for points on the S. P. R. R Train for California leaves Ash Fork at 1:35 p.m. arriving in Eos AncelJSs next morning at 8:30 and . ban trancisco same evening at 6:15. Train for " the east leaves Ash Fork at 7:40 a. ril. - F-M. MURPHY, GEO. M. SARGENT, Tres. & Gen. Mgr. Gen. Frt & Pass. Agt Prescott. Ariz. Prescott, Arir- R. E. WELLS, E. W. GILLETT, Asst Gen. Mgr. Gen'l Ag6nls; Picsoott, Arizr - Phoeair, Art2f MADE WIE A MAN T ArZtZ.Arrroh JMa-EaHBg Mem--s f I 27'i?PtencX. 8lepleasness, etc- case4' 5f8tore Vitality in aidorronn?" fL fit a man for study, business or martaSi. takfinmtime. Thwrnm shows immediatofmDroT mentani effects n OURE whew all other fSf tZ S, npon having the cenuino Ajax. TableU. They itiv written Buarantw to effralcn&,5 each cas or refund the money. Price vil W I wt per -2- r.