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an SATURDAY, NOV. 12, 1893. If subsoribers ordar the dioontiiuianee of news pip ra, the publishers may continue to send thorn until all MTOflmgw are paid. If Bnberibere rf use or neglect to take their news .papers from the o'tice t which they are sont, they & rebel J responsible nutil tliov have settled the bill aud ordered thetn' discontinued. If' snbscribws move t other places without in foVaunjf the publisher, and the'iiewepapers are sen fVferiner the place of residence they are then re- panSeifala. Brodib lost, bat it was not the ffiult of Yuaia count v. In proportion to population Yuma 15 the banner Repul Lean cou ly of the Territory . Haury Cakpxtku successfully defended Yuma county against the invasion of th Tsmmanv Tiijer. - - The reaction from the campaign has iisl a wvc yf Klnnii iku at mosphere to pa?? over Yuma count'. California iindupin the Re publican lauks iart Tuesday with the election of the entire slate and eensrcfsionsl ticket. Dtrect legislation would besimp ly the realization of what is claimed jh the foundation of our govern ment. Let the people rule. It is aid that men who n-ver drink, Fmoke or .-lay out late at night live to a ripe all age. Per 'hnus that'? tlvir punishment JoKXifY Doax's iu.mense majority over W-neor indicate? very plainly that be pprplr af Yuma count v do n-- indorse the latter's politicul znethod3. By .netiuij in conjunction the United States of America and the United States of Central Ameuca ought to be ab'e t- hui'd a little thing like tt N'farjina Canal. Thomas Edison is credited with remarking that "women 'nave nor sense about machinery than men." At any rate, he shows faith in the sex by keeping scores of them on his pay roll. here hi? men 111 every com munity who would be active spirits if they had monpv. Then there are others who wiil not be active spirit because thev have money. And (huae between the deep sea and the devil the wor'd sp on. It is paid that the latest garter buckle is a silver or gilt shield with crossed muskets and American and Cuban fi.:g- Syi g from ti e barrels. The reft 10 we may beall surrounded hy tlu'se i rabb in of patriotism without even I rowing it. Of all the nations of the world the United States is making the most rapid progress in theexteution of its export trade. . Of ll th. nations of the world the United fctates is the most conspicuous ex ponent of the '..: tun-..'" Protection The United Slates have forty- fonr war vessels in the course of construction and when thev -are completed we will have the third naval power of the worjd, and it will not he veiy many year until U-neJe Sam will be master of the jreas. -iSfe-' j Unjti-d States sani'arr lirigade can do a. good job of clean ifig at Havana President Diaz wan's it to undertake u shniiar tak in J.ll-3kitxican gulf port.--. Cleanlirirs? i not i.iy nt-xt to godliness, but is nlo a tKwJ tafegt rd .-gainst yelh.v Wiksor:8 '"eeveuteen years pre isnt,:on for a public life" failed to liim anything last Tue-day. But then 5e f.houltl not be dipconr if h will diligently attend political night school for thenexl sdxrenteen years htf m ty po?sibly be oicid to the uJMce of public dog ekcr. Lx New Zealand every needy and rcspctallo person who has passed Hi$ g of 65 and had lived in the rolewy 20 years receives a pension jfnens33' $ 200 year. It sppems that this would be a god pluce to ioctiJe, bin not fr bums and dead feeatf, for thequalificnUon of respect jility would bar them froi the jiioion MM, 'i'His i one of the hitppy ideas Prfifrklenl ilcKmley lesft with one f the g-rct crowds he sjioks to on - recent western trip: 'Tha job A the man now, net the man and when that condition ?d. In every one of the threat ir dustrios of the country we are feel ing a degree of prosperity which siivos new hope to all our people Not only are the people reasonably prosperous, hut the government, in w uch you are all interested, is alike prosperous. Every dollar put into nv nn-'terful n.ivv is money that will bring n oom-nmi-d in terest. We have given the world its firs' lesson ns to what we can do on the water, and wo must be prepared to follow it up at short notice." THASKSttlTlXti, 1898. Seldom in the history nf our cunty has greater interest attend ed the appearance of the annual Thanksgiving proclamation of the President of the United States than in this remarkable year of our Lord 1S9S- It has been truly a year of epo;:h making. :i year without paral lei in the nation's history in respect to important developments touching 1 he welfare of the people indivi duals and of the nation as a whole. A central figure in the ear's dr;una of splendid ie.u.ts ha bom the c!e;r-siiihted, level-headed man and patriot whose guiding hand hns held tbe he! m Gf th- ship nf .-t.ite. No man so fit as he to write the stirring proclamation which nets apart Thursday, November 24, as the daj? of natio' a! thanksgiving. It i5! not to the credit of Arizona that that Territor', which furnish ed the first volunteers for the recent war. turned down the honorable. capable Rough Riders who were candidates at the election on Tugs dfiv But if the voters there prefer to cling to the moribund silver i-sue to the exclusion of statehood and protrres, they themselves are thoe who wll suffer most from the choice. L. A. Times. The public debt of the United States is $1,000,000,000 This amounts to about peventy-peven dollar? for each voter. The interest $3.85 for each voter, must be paid annually, and thft principal event uilly. By the time all this is paid in-'ie debt will be piled up, which must be paid also, and in like man ner. . A national debt is a Held for vast monifed speculation, at.d the people '"pay the freight" A man always in debt ik h tdave to his creditors Can a nation of debtors be otherwise? Many young men of good char i acter and general intelligence who' can accurately ppeak.read and write the. Spanish language, can easily obtain good rotations with our of ficers in the West Indies and Philip pine Islands. Business at, Wa.-h ingtnn u-h:ch requires n knowledge of the Spanish language, has euor m-uisly increased and the depart-j ments have f ttnd it diffic.ult prot ure eulpltyee fi ted 'o care for it. Without regard to etnpioymei t in the government, the Spanh-h is a very useful language to under stand. Our busit.e-s of all kimh in Spaidh speaking coii'itrie tV rapidly increasing:. As a matter oi practical value, the Spani-h i worth more than any foreign lat gu age to a vat num er of our pe p e. especially r f thnse who live or ex pect, to live alotitf the -out he. n boardor of the United States or intend to do bn-ines- with the Spanish .-peaking people anywhere on earth. Thk expert of the Treasury Dr panmeiit sire wresting with the que-tions involved in the work r -atTMiging the f-chedule of Tut if rates to be imposed in the new i-. land po.cFe?f?ionK of the United States, and those which are to he put into force and operation in Cuba, pending the establishment in that island of a stable and ii.dej endent . government by the people of Cul o Some signiBoant facts are brought out in the investigation by the Treasury officials as far us they have troue Thi- chief point of in terest is the strangely unequal provisions of the Spanish TaiifT, laws as they have been in force and applicable to the islands in ques- j tion. It appears to have been the policy of Spain to levy Turriff rates j upon imports into her dependencies with sole regard for the. interests of : Spain, and in-utter disregard of the j interests of the producer and strug gling manulacturea in the islands. Since the United States authorities have taken up the matter with a View to readjusting the rat-s of impart duties for the islands, ro-; quests hftve come from producers ; . . . ,,i.,,. ; for such adjustment? of tin- ru . ,.s will be to the advantage of their people. The Election. The result of Inst I'uestlay'a eket in Yuma county is exceedingly factory. Returns from the tu county, excepting a tew iiunai ore eincts winch are not in vet. fhow nlainlv that Reniiblioins were nt uier ous, voted early and bite, oftei and . , . ,, atnuslit Col. Brodie's majority at ..r..irni is SL On the county ticket the majorities at present stand: Carpenter, Republican, for the euun- c, 0l- Dnan, Republican, as. eniblytnun. 78. Speesp, Republican. sherifT, 157. DeVane, Democrat, treason 1. 185 Marvin, Democrat, recorder. SG. Brown, Democrat, district At'oiuey. 53. Abe Frank, Republican, prooate judge, 121. Meeden, Republican, supervi-or 35. Underbill, Democrat, supervisor, 28. LUioit, Republican, surveym, 77. The otticial count will not mail rplly cbiiiure t'.iese rigures. John Spee.se is the rirst R'puili can sheiifi' elected f-ince 1874, when Georye T ng was dec ted by fein! majority. A larj j er cent oi the tegitced vote was polled in ev n precinct In l uuin recmct 2str light Rp.blican and 14 straight Demoo.raUc r vo-es were cast. Partial returns from the Ten itry give Wilson for delegate to conjr e- about 1.000 majority. Both house t! the Territorial legislature wiil prob- ably be Democratic by a sniall majority. maQ mm Tin i The well known publishing lioqse of tfarper and Erothers, has just put out a little volume that will be a revelation to millions of people and perhaps ?.usc a revolution in modern in thods of icstrvc tion. The title of this interesting work is "Methods of Slind Training-," and Is chiefly devoted to the study of the von re, l tration of attention and meaior The facts disclose that a little boy, fc o-vinff out this new method of teaching, could teii the number of dots from seven to iwnty grouped irregularly on a black-boa; at cinglc glance, and without hesitat'oi. ard could remember and repeat thirty !.i:c-s of prose alter neanag tnem once read The children stand with their backs to : the board while the- dots are made. Whsti the class is ready they turn round and one 1 is asked to name, instantly, the nun:Vr of : dots, observed in that moment. 1 .Mere is no time to count. The eye take in the group as a whole, aud recognizes i- a? ten. fifteen, eighteen, or twenty, as tne cai-e may be. And these children have Krown i so observant, have so acquired the p-wtr of concentrating their faculties on the r.bject I before them that they can name accnruttly agrain and again, the number of -un. re- vealed in that momentary glimijse -i the board. You and I can't do this. ; Houdin, the great French M'n'vlar, could walk past a store window and tna- ! nierate thirty or forty articles, teen aa he passed, with a turn of the head mid a Clancc of the eye. What enonnou:- toss- . bililies are in us of which we live ;n pro- ' found unconsciousness ! We thi:,k that i memory is in the mind alone, tut tlis fingers have a memory r the piani'.;. could i not find the keys in the dark. There is a tremendous elasticity ir. -.'.attire. Development of deficient organs ir just a3 possible as development of deficient f icul ties. Now aud again the progress -f cm- . sumption is arrested in someone. Th" doc- j tors had "sounded" him. One lung was i "entirely goue." It was a hooelcr case. But something' arrested the dise:. and the man went on living with one 1. Hifl ; laugh was just as heart3', his voic uist as ' loud. And the poor man had c v oae lung. How could he do it? Easily, -iviph. i You can do the same. You have.tv iangs j and you use about half their volume. If ' you lose one lung and use tlu ntire volume of the one remaining, yn have still as much lung power as ever. j xociors go on treating rung aiHscsas if there were no elasticity or recuperative i power in nature herself. They d cl'ae to take info 3couut that reserve luns; power. NaW.'r .i.t"i do everything:. Sin- worhs to her ;tsi.i throag:h natural means Sbe'll make olood but you must provide bjood tnaLing material. The Mck man cr -.Qfriri the consumptive, can't pive. Naunc ' means she is used to. Wh-.t !s i blood food, nerre food, brain food, j niakingi material in a condensed end centrated form eaty for t&e sick to ret e, ample for the operations of Nauve. , this is ju-t the essential provision ol r-. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It provides in a condensed form tfco nec sary aliment Nature needs for Ji-i bo r buildiug, and with it she goes to vt,rk : sd repairs the rents and tears in the worn n orffanism. "My wifeafewyearsagohadhcmorrbagKf iuc vi"s, ouu we ainimonca our l -.-ae 11 ij sxcpu,' writes Joseph D. Wiles. Esc . -at , Point Street, Frederick, Md. "He cl'.clicd 1 hemorrhage but failed to aire her. '-in- id also a terrible coush and expectorate " air a , deal. She wanted to see another d tr ,t I . called one. aud he examined her. -ho av :d hira whetner she had consumption, .-.ml is ! answer was, 'Mndara. it is very aea: p- . tion ' He advised her to use cod-lh. r cc. i rt ' this gave but little relief. I procur- .j c l . i of Dr Pierce's Golden Medical Di rv , d , my wife commenced unng it. She lx , a t . c better right away aud her cough tel. her Ue I used about t?n bottles of Dr. Piercv- Medical Discovery. She cau walk te:-or . i --' I miles without any trouble. We a -- bac " ' ' that her life aud health have been s vt-d v- 1 use of 'Golden Jledical Discovery'. A . i as rhe takes any cold she insists u -.ov ! 1 a oottle of her medicine, as she calls .., at. j it ' is tiis last we hear of her cold." 1 "I can truly say that your 'Gold -i i. j, ' Discovers'" and ' PlMm,;t tntc ... . ... i the means of savins; my life," wrif - M itowles, of Olanta. Clearfield Co.. Pa bewail takmg your medi' iucs I thou- .u i r. I I was snon. i have not spit up ble d :, about four mouths and am feeling .-.v. r 1 feel that your meiliciae has doit wcii for me." "TT ANTED gBViaAfj FAiTT"f f w aiwi to travel far renonsiiih ou2 hi Arizona. Salafjr$7$, pj-' -ad expense. PnsttMti ftsrmanii: Relr,i eclt-adrtrawailtaajned w . Kit u'PiiMlnnMi"- -a i - Semarfcabie Bs Mr- M;e':Hel Curtain, PtolnfieM, UK, nukes the dtmement, that she entight coid, winch settled on her In 112: she was treated for a month by hrU 'ily physician, but grew worse. He t..id her she was a hopeless victim "n j of '-timption and that no nidtieine l6. ci,uij cure her. Her druggiat snggpst . 1 d )t. Kinii's New Discovery for Con ,re ! ?i;i!L,iion: she bonyht si bottle and to --i'tr .ngm louno nersen i"n. v . ' t io t,,....,! l.r -:tu i rer t. king six to tles.touno ner- ; sett sound and well; now does lor own ! iu),1, work aml "s lV1'11 "8 the 'ver 1 u-;,k Free trial k-ottles of this (Trent 1 Discovery at G nder & Co. Drugstore. Ui'iie buttles SOc. and .f 1 00 --P The Wiser Way. How fresh and ro-y von look, j Nora." exclaimed Isabel, who had judl jn iurnetl from tlie beach, ami was 'netiug her friend. j ''Yes. dea , ' replied Nora, "I am te-img apiei.u-.uy. ami mamma a 1 ' nave alarnu: ai. petite "Win re in the world have you been since I saw yon?".- "I have-TeTHTined afe7,epli4 Nora, ''ami hav- wirked hard eery day. But"I htve I een takiuc that womb rful medicine, Hoi d's Sarsa parilbi, ;ui(i it has, done me, oh, so nn eh good. K You see 1 ahv-iylike to fe-liell hen Igo away, audi leave the mouiitains next week" It Is Just as Important. That yon enrieh and purify your biood ; in the Fail as in the Spring At this i 'li'ie. wi!:' to decavinjr vegetation, a . jow. Wrtttr level, and other c-msett, there arj disc a?e germs all about ns, and a i 'V'-ax and debilitated system quickly : V"" l." rM;M ,,m,'uia; I Bv p.iniving and enriching jour bbiott , wj.tj H;,lHj,d Sarsaparilbt you may j , u,j,i u., your system' to resist ttiese m n. as well as cou-.-lis, ' colds, ' P tr, cnia and tlie grip which come with "! 'er weather, lo be on the i. siilit . il-i Mniiil' Wi-niinrilla now. ' fln! ' ahva .. i,e sre jt is Hood s and , not so, nothing represented to be l'jtist , as s.v od et-l i '3100 Reward $100. ! The readers of this pwia-r will be pi seI to learn that science has been ! a! le to cre in all its stages, and that i- t r: :i. Hall's Catarrh Cure is h- 'oly positive cuie known to the ot'tit rti Iratemity. Calarrh I eing a n-;it ;, ioisal i!-ease, requires a con- .',".-;,,ti, i treatsi-ent. Hall'.x t 'atairi. t .:!( ? j ken internally, acting direet l in lite blooii and mucous urfut f. i; .-y- eni, thereby destr yin the ! ound 'ti .n of the disease, and giving j'he patient strength by bnildinsr up I the ( n.-!'.nitifn and assisting na nre ii' lioing its work. The proprietor 'nave so much faith i it-- curative povve.'t, that they oiler One Hundred iLoMars for any. eae that it fail so 'Cure. S-i'd for list of test inn nials. I A.:diss, F.-J. CHENE i & (.0 T h do, O. So',1 by Drnguits. 75c. - Hair i'amily- Put an?Ue ber-t Uncovered j a Woaiat.. ! Anoth-r great di.-covery has been In. id-, :-io. that too, b a lal m tins i coiMit ry, ''i?i-ea-e laten d i's cln.'hes i np.m ' and lor .-even years she with stood if -evere.-'t tests, but her viil :or,4.:nf w-re undermined aud death ' '!Hed mniiinent. For three months isi"; longSnd incePantl- , ami coi U. ie : b She finally iiiscoveit d.Hi W;- to recover-. , by pre having of U- ,i i ott.'e oi Dr King's New Diseowry : to' '-.ni-umption, and was so much ii' ve 1 on taking first d.e, that sdie pt nis;ht;and with two bottles, 1 ben ab.-iduteh cored. Her nam' .. Mra. Luther Lot?..' Thus wiites ; "'. V Hamnick it Co , ol .'-belhy, N. U . Trial nnttlett ftee at Conder it Co. ; Pi 'it: More. Legnlar size 50c and !?1.00. Every ' ! :tth an tranteed. MEW BTABE UHE W.m TEXAS Hill Ti) MOHA'ffK OX S. P. JtAlLROAD. TI, tave will connect daily with -ast .and west, bound passenger tram at Texas Hill. fi Mohaw k ranch private conveyances ' an always be bail for th.i new mining camp of Gleason'J. For fuaher. information address, fiascc I.iae SVoim Tacsia t&Iti- cosniuited. IV2 3ls;s-.vS. Ai'iKOin!. II f Vsy can KSS i A Jf yoa sufFr from ar:y of the ills of men, cotr.c to ;;.e oldct CpscicJitt on tlie i.--lz Const, h Bit iCFSAJi & CO.. 1GSi iVsrkbt End I852L f S"o:ii3s, wse and Pidt'fe fa asrei men who aiesuffe in 'turn '.'if ctTsct-: of youchlul in-jisc-miyrs or cx- X .-.;," rnaturer years. Nervous c.'ia I hyical irsml-K xanplicatioDs; fiej-iJiuli'rhaa, i'r; ifoi-i'lifOM, 5mvrbea, 2iet, cjj ie.r of Ui'5MSJliijr, se. By a r. n.l,. it- touof remedies, of great qiratlve pow er, ft, Juctor has & arrangeii hi-, treatmtnt lUi : ' itl not only ziFord iuimeouits relief but Txrir. ic r.t cere. 1 h; ioctor cries rif t claim to 4f l-'-r f at.,' miracles, hut is weli-known to be a fair A ,rc Physic'an and Surgeon, pi e-eminent eeialtv BSleapes Ot KPR. ;. l!i"ttioronh!v eradicated from the T w!ho'it using JftfrcMr.T. . trhtMUst opinion, cf hf?"'1'1.';' . . illUaararilefa POSITIVE CjiSin V ac tee vwleitaie, or Jo'feii Oaa ; : wA jtfoJfaee . . i- lotion FREE and strictly private. f 1ES VERY REASONABLE. Tiat- f rs:ninllv or bv letltr. .cni! tor fiook, i- lli!si3iy ei' Iffis-rrtaKe,' ,5 ( i valuable book for men.; A ::,tMns8tnw c nutcr.iy ; tarxl Iaigesi Musemnof it I !'' ' ' . Corns ami learn h -,- 'j; bow to avuiil tr' rc 1 cr''t'His"v adi'- v' . 'CW: ii'A'.. ' " ' " i lullJLJr-nar ,-yn-'--mTr-i " -" " Oorser Main . vVji btOM OU JuS Specfal Retes by Conducted on the European Plan. Headquarters for Mining Alen. TONY MESMER, Manager. 'rl AHUM. No. 249 Jforth Ceutrally Located; First-Class Dining Room, Attached; RMtPS frorii $1,25 r - to $2.00 per day; Rooms, without meals, for one person, 00c, 75e and $1 00 per day. Conducted on both the American and European Plan, ff.'E. BROWXDK Chief Clerk. Sash Doors and Blinds, Cement and Fitting Address. F. L EWING, IF SO BE SURE YOUR TICKET READS VIA -FBOM: DKHINfi OK IL Thrcisgh Coacfies Gii&ir Gars Pultnmn arid Tourist. Sleepers Daiiv. I'ESais vZliKS SBB3JKOS2B a8JKCBS ASE.TiW nt'KETS VSA Axt For Information Address Nearest Agent, or: W. J, BLACK, GEX. PAHS. AGT, TorEKA, KAN. F. B. H GEX'L A(iT, EL PASO, TEX. TU flaw-York lev With the close of the Presidential campaign THE TRIBU2CK re cognizee the fot that the Anvrie,npoPleareo,v anxious to 0ve thpir attention to home and brines- interests. To meet this eooditim, .i,r will have far less space and prominent, until another State or Notional oc casion demands a renewal of the nht for the principle-for which THE TRIBUNE ban labored from its ifaceplion to feha present da , and won it greatest victories Every possible effort will be pnt forth, and monev freelv spent, to make THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE preeminently a NATIONAL FAMILY NFVYSPAPER, interebing, instructive, entertaining and indispensable to each member of the family. We Furnish "The Sentinel" One Year .c3roSe3illl ordlersto V& I't Si "iVom. . .1 ,-v it "Sfour .-TV:s'ssie :issS iui(lrc.o r " " BCc 'x'E-iIsiie OlKee. .'t'v WANTED: I desire to correspond with parties who may supply me with r'lif.w-u T.,,i: , a.j.iiHii rencti, tucji us spear ( heads,.airow heads, aone pines, etc ;Viite me telling wlint vou have ed roujjh dfawinge. Yddreus, H, P. Hamiitoa. fwo Sivigr Wig het ai.le to mnasiaxMitnmi'wr umm a -1 a 1 aKfi Hequeaa bts., Ifcj vJ I.UU fHiii DAY the Weak or Slonth. . HOTEL 3Iaia Street, BUD1T, Prop'r. Lime, Wrought-Iron Pipe and Man aser Yuma. A.T. !RTH mil m FAR MRS AND VILLAGERS FATHERS KB MOTHERS, NS AND DAUGHTERS, FOR ALL THE FAMILY. and "N. Y. Weekly Tribune' for $3.00 Til E F.l1' S . ti n - . ' esira, send Ij toGem Vorai av- ti ? FOR SALE. jtfiiteen Horsp. Power Boiler anrl Engine.- GOOD AS NEW, ire sf SENTINEL Office, ftlinig locution nrtIces iarg8" anJ mall., for sule ni this otfice.- M. L. KSfflhTfTm SOUTHER! PACIFIC COMPAM COMMENCING Saturday, Jan. I, 13,9S. TRAIfiS WILL LEAYS- YUMA AS30LLOWS: .fit'i X A. il. (DAILY, Mix J JLU Train for Gila Bend. Toesou, Delias:, ElTaso, and all way sUtions. 1 1 o2 A A; (DAILY) "PAVU llrXUFIC EXPRESS" for CeJ. ton, Lo3 Angeles, Snnta Barbara, 8--1'rancisco, jacramento, Portland North, Ogden and East. ''OO (ILY) "NEW JJJ ORLEANS . EXPRESS' for Gila Bend, Maricopa, Tiicsoa, Bnseu, Lordsbur, Doming, El Paso, New Orte and East via the "Sunset Route." ' Overland Tickets Sold Sleeping Car Berths Secured -AND Full Inforraalfcn Regarding TranscofltiMrt" Routes Farni3hed on Application Pfirtirs can arrange to join the WEEKLY FAMILY EXCURSIONS otw the Sunset Route by correapondmg witfc For complete information call on or ad dres3. H. W. FILBERT, Agent, DuroT. - - -.- Yva T. H.-GOODMAN, Gen. Pasa-Ac't. SAN FRANCISCO. CALi- "Maricopa & Plioenk & 8 E V Railroad. PUBLIC TIME TABLE NO. 41. In Effect Thursday r : July lr 1897. Ail Trains Run by Pacific Stan dard ii'me. Phauis and 3!arIcopa Division . From Phoenix. STATIONS. From Maricopa : A. fT&T. 7.40 a. m. 7.10 a. rn. f7.0Q a.m. fG.45 a.m 1 A. F. & P, 8.00 p.m. 8.30 p.m. -iBMO p.rn fS.55 p.m. 19.15 p.m. 9.04 p.m. Lv..Phoenix.Ar - ..Tempe . retersen.. - .Kyrene. 'Sacaton. f6.20 a. ra. ArMaricopa. Lri 6.00 a. m. Phoenix & Mesa City Jliyision. Mesa to Phoenix Phoenix. Read down to Mes. Head Up STATIONS. Frgt&Pass 3 Frgt & Paa DAILY. DAILT. 7.30 a. m. 8:00 a. m. 8:30 a. m. 1:30 p.m. 2:00 i). m. 2:30p. m. Lv. iesa. At. 10:30 a. sb. 10:00 a. xa. 9:30 a. as. S 6:00 p. m. 5:30 p. jn. 5:00 p. xm, PHOESIX. ' '1 ram Ko. 1 c-:nects with Hnniiian, o. citic train No. 19, eastbound, leaving Mari copa at 10.03 p. in. - 6 nlT.Vn 2 connects with Souther Pacihc train No. 2i. VWhn,i t-..r:- Maricopa at 5.36 a. rh. ' Connections made at Phoenix with 8. F P. it P. it. R. lor Prescotr and Congrees. Connections at Mesa with Goldlield, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days, at 12:30 p m.; for Florence a4 Wobe Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturday at 4 o clock a. in. f 1 rains stop on signal. aaJa.5.2A.-Vf PALACE SLBEr On trains Nos. land 2 between PSnitr and Maricopa. Tickets Sold to all Principal Points an -oarage uncciceci to Destination. N. K. HASTEN, C, J. McNEIL. resident. GenM Sap'fli F. B. SAN FORD, Gen'l Frt.APass. Agt General Ofices, Phoe.nix,Ari SANTA FE, PRESCOTT & PHOIX RAILWAY WITU THE SANTA FE SYSTEM In the Shortest and Quickest Kout to Thmr , Kansas ity, St. Louis, Chicago, and ALIi eOIOTS EAST. S. F., P. &. P. TIME TABLE. In effect May SI, IS97. Mountain time la u$ed. THIIOUBH TIME CA.CD. Mond 'i uesy 500p lv.. .San Fran... ar I ai5ptTtHr 10 50.1 I lv... Mohave. ,.ar 3 45a Trav Tuesy Tuesy Tuey Tue-y 7 00a 9 45a 4 .Gp 110-p lv..San Diego.. ar lv.L s Angeles.ar lv.. .Bar. tow.. .ar lv.TheN'eedles.ar lv.. Kingman ..ar nr.. Ajh Fork..Iv lv... Chicago -..ar ... St. Loui3 . ...Kan.-as ( Ity- . Denver.. .. Albuquerque .. .... Ilolbrook ... Winsiow .... F gstaff ... arl.Ash ForK..lv I 15p SSOa 1 10a d40p 5 07p 135p wedn loa. Km Moo "WSa Wefe TllMf Xti Km Wedu 1 7 15a Mond I 10 25p Mond . 11 3'p Tul-j 25p Tu -v S 50p Wedn 10 it p 'Ihiirs 6 5-a t hurs ! S 10a Ti.urs 10 5')u Thtrsl 1 lOp 9 32p 7 05a 5 OOp 10S5p i ecp l02p 7 40a SODTHBOUNrTT .J SOUTH' Bi 'oUSJT Kl)3 Pas 7 45a S lb 9 50a NO 1 Pas STATIONS. ! NO 2 Pas SO Fa 1 45p ,Lr..Asb Fork.Ar 2.40p j ...Koek Butte... 3.V.P I ... .Del Kio 3 SOp ' .Jerome Junction. 6 5oa 5 50a 4 Soa 4 23a 5 35a. 3 20a 2 48a 146a 6M9 5M' 4 3 2?' 10 15a IS 30p 4 4S , ar ..Precjtt...lv 4 ASp ; !v ..I'mscott.. .ar 5 Sip j ... .Summit .... C 26p l ar'Skull Va'.Jey.lv C idp Iv.dkuII Vallev.ar 7 8p ... KirUland"... 8 00b I ;. .Date- Creek. . . -pi Copgreas .... 9 Sap .. Wickenburg H60p ... .Peoria 11 Hp .... Glendale .... 11 24p ....Alhambra.... Il45p Ar..Pboenix. .Lv 1 23ft ! l'i Us. 11 13p 10 32p .2p b 19p 8 cap 760p Dining station. Ihe sienicliue of Arizona. Tho bet roaU California Ihe only North and South Una I Arizona to the Grand Carton of the Coloraw Petrified Forest Great PinaForest, Cliff Dwelllnrt Great Salt Kiver Vallov and other pohita of terest. Through tickets to all points in the Utte4T Stales, Canada and Mexico. . No. 2 connects at Jerome Junction with train of the U. V. & p. Ry for Jerome. a. Connecting at Prestott with stage lines fcj, prinei a! mining camps; at Congress Juctf;' with Conjr(fs Golil Co. It. R. for Congress, aar stae lines for Ilardua Hala Stanton and YarxeB; at Pbocnix with the M. & P. & S. B. V. R, B. far m.ints oti the S. P. R. R. Tr.nn for i al.foi ni i leaves Ash Fork at 1:35 p.-. arraing in Los Amreles next morninc: at 8d0 aaf San f ran-.'ico same evening at 6:15. Train ftr th- east leaves Ash Fork at 7:40 a. ui. F-M. MURPHY, GEO. M. SXRGENT, Pres. &Gen. Mgr. Gen. Frt & Pasa. Art. Prescott. Ariz. Prescott, Axit. R. E. WELLS, E. W. GIIXETT, Asst. Gen. Mgr. Gen'l AgeBt, Piescott, Ariz. PhoeHlk, An. Rnr n km M. Aft Ee EL M iVIAIv AJAX TADLETS POSITIVELY CT7X1 JXi.VjTctta Diseases Eailiax Ua orx, impotonoy. Sleoploisaess,et&, ejanft. by ')UI 1 np n(hr Vtiwi ui TinfW ,0m. cretiono. T7tej e, icJ; anti r)Mr restorv r.rrtltalit7 in jldorrenrtg turn CaSKm n time. Their na fhowa irataedtata I3RVJ xa&tand effects a CJItE" whore nil ether lau la BiM upoa hb lax the eEnutno iiax Tablets. Tiat kae cured thousands unt ftill euro ;ou W give a pe itlvtt written guarantee to eZtzt a cure Ef GTC cacltcsaaor rafrmd thn r-nn MmvVVIiiMr IV paidrMe; or sis paces (fall treatment! for S1SX sU ax plfttn -BTappsr. upon rpciptof price. Circa! fl8e AJAX PEMF-DY CO., Shi?