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SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1599.
UMUwarlbew oter the iUscntiuunncc of aewa jsijww, th publisher? may ontinus to wn(i thorn sntfi a arrears jpw are paid. If tubteribars r.e or aejjlect to tate their noxvs ytotcrs irom tbc oT.oe to whK'li thoy are neut, they areheid ie?pHible tuitil thv have settled tfee bill anfi aruarad flieni di$&ntiaue4. "If talweriSers wo to other p'.aees without in Januin tho publisher, and the wiiipern n'c sent ibiha tenner placo of rasidanca tliey are fcbon re- UWEKTiETH LKCISLATDSE. Coaaeii.nsii &aricopa... Asron Goldbnr, D. Apache D. 1. UdaH, R Knvajo Geo. A. Wolff, D CaoAniiK) T. S. Bunch, J). Yavapai Morris Goldwnter, D. Mofeav J. M. Murphy, D. ?tnal Dr. J. C. Wright. R. Geo. W.P.Hunt, D. J. C Finley, D. Geo- A Olne , I). Ch s, C. Warner, K. ... J. H. Carpenter,' II. Assembly. John C. Evans, D. Mike Gray, D. lLMiryJErz, D. n. At. Wood, E. ...If. Gonzaies, It GHa. ?itn&..2 'Graham. Goohise iSima consideration about ay par ago, but the breaking out of the war with Spain opened up such an element of doubt regarding sr.fe delivery that the matter was droppnd for the time. Tho negotiations were rc- cently renewed, and have just been brought to a conclusion and the contract signed. Over 5?sUU,0"U i? involved in the work, and the Bald win Company will rapidly push the construction of the loconmtivus Shipment to China will bpgin in the course of a few weeks. Loeomo live building is one of theindutries that has been brought to its present stajrft of unrivaled success in Rome measure through . the American policy. he had any personal knowledge of the facts of this cae. ' It may ho paid there is no evidonco" which fairly lond's to prove either of the foragr.ing three propositions ' A WHSSL WITHIN A WHEEL. Files! Tiles! ltr,h:ng IMIos. Symptoms Jlo'.stmo; i-jtoiiFe itching anrlstiiifdnc most at night; irorep by gcratcliinjj. . If allowed to continue tumors Covin, nbich often bleed and ul cerate", becoming very sore, Sv.'av.ne'h Oiktmjxt vtops the iU-hiiiit and bleeding, heel uloorr.tion and in most case' removes the tumors. At drug j.i ts, or by mail, for 60 cents. ..r. Swayue & Son, PhllaJola-Hn. Oiliil.'iASCS SO. 72. Silti... Ucehiec Gocliisc.ir... Ooohwe -. Apuhe Yhina Coconino.. . Jvavajs "Sftvapai Yavapai Yavapai Jsfohnve Pmaiw- Phial riniu Finin 3?inra. Piina Ilarieopa Ilarieopa Ifaricopa Ifaricopa. Grafccm Graham A point of much interest to the people engaged in productive oc cupations throughout this country j has been considered incidentally in connection with the discussion of the expansion question in both . ranting to' Althee Modesti his heirs or assigns, the rijrht of way in, over and under the surfa e of crta,in streets in the Village of Yuma, Arizona, in which to construct arid maintun a sewer. The ina.ro &nd com nou council of the -Villaja of Yuma do crdtin as follows: a Sec. 1. That there ta and is her-by grsnted to AUhee liodeiti, bishs rs or anigiu, in perpetuity, the risht of -way, in, upon, o ver ftnd under the surfwe of Maih u'troct, Vnt strtet, Second street and '1 bird' Jtrcut in the Village of Yuma, Arizona, for the purposa of constrnetiui: and mainUiniii); a private ev4.raai cci:nos;:ons thereto. Condition al, hwuexor, that sa'.d rcVrcr bhall be so constructed ts not to interfere with tny pa'-ilij 3war that tho citizens of tsid village may hereafter construct. Sro 2. That sa.d Villaa of Yuma shall have the Tjsht to jiu'cbftsc paid sewor f the grantee l.nfoii, hithiirsor a-'sisns'. at tar tub ailir tnc Huises of Congress during the p?'tj tWO Weeks. That ir, the point as ' expiration of one ycariroar the uate of UiiJ fran to tho power f the United Stts j cii,c- . - ' . , 1 .1- sec. 3. That jn the event of Mid Tillage des.r- Ulder tho Constitution to lay dlltifS ; ing- to purees faid eewer, as lureinbefore pro Oil imports fr-.m the Philippine ! vWed. there .hall bb a proper appraisment of the 1 m ' t value of said bewer, ann icr the puf nose of such ap- Ieland aild PurtO RieO, fit SUCh ' prah-mwit the ajyor and council shMt appoint one J John Doan. R. rates S to ba Protective Of the in- PPier. the gn.ute neretn, his U. or assigns, Henry F. Ashnrst, D. .1.11. S. Parr, D. J. J. fc'andess, D. A. A. Moore, D. W- B. Adams, D. William Jonos, D. James Aathur, 11. S A.Aattleson, D. Geo.Pusch, R. ..F. A. Stevens, R. Otis Hale, R. A. . Donau, R. ... Sam Brown, R. ....W.S.Scott, R. J. W Bcnham, R. ..Uhas. Peterson, D. E. tM. Williams, E. W.AV. Pace, D. Life's sideshows cost up more than the real cirpo?. When some mt-n re.olve to "go io the dg?,"' there are people who fesl sorry for the dog!. It mtiPt discourage the fool-kilier when he looks around and sees how far behind ho is with his work. The under dog gets the sympa thy, hut ut. fortunately that i not all for he nnaliv sets licked. Oxe thing may be said of the horseless carriage it can never be -made into ."aupagep or embalme beef. I - .in--, ci.r !inH th. twn. so seleuteJ. if unible to tUiestS of ttie producei'a of this j f,j?rcesa.Jl8cl8;:fc at bird, Ho shall thereupon be country While the SUbCt llS ! i orforni JUoIr duties assuch appraisers, , and without biss or prejudice reach a ju-.t con- not been enlarged upon in th dc-j clilMouai,d aW6rJ a8t0 tJie TRie oI EUCh sewer. bates t a groat extent, it is WOl thy Coudilioad, that ia no event shall thpgr uteehera ? i r i in, hU htiw or aaiigns. be compelled at any time to Ot notice that thO opinions Ot the a Talaatioa eot by said appraisers at lo3 best. Constitutional lawyers 111 C'n- I thanthonginal eostofsaid sewer, to-ether with ,. A. .j , . , , I interest tberou at no; ls$s than ten per cent per gre.-s incline to the idea that whju-1 ailumn and au c ty tx ia:d by grantee. etar ,-ni;,.T flit. TTnitri RtntAK nnr- Sec. 4. Thatsaid sewer shall be constructed of . i KUzsd, burnt ciay pipe, toiiunotily known aS sewer j twenty-live (25) years from and after said suet lonaiu uiw awjuncu A 1 ' i pipa, and tl.H the clear, inner diameter of iaid pipe date, it IS Within the powers Of the gen-.thall i:ot bo lose than six inches,' and that no snail os n.aao wuu ABTICLS8 OF IXC0SPSATI03 OP HSgu rosJi liinir.g s.ivi MillJufj Coin pany. Enow all men by these presents, that wo, the undersigned, do hereby associate our selves together for the purpose of forming a Corporation under the general laws of the Territory of Arizona, and for that pur pose do hereby adopt, sign and acknow ledge tbce Articles of Incorporation. Plrst. The name of this corporation is and shall be HIGH PEAK MINING AND MILLING COMPANY, And the names of the incor.pora.tors thereof are: LEWIS N. SMITH. RANDOLPH S. BASSETT, FREDERICK J. SMITH, CHARLES 0. GOODWIN. WILLI .V W. BOS WELL. CHARLES B. DAVIS and FRANK F. DAYIb. . Second. Tht- principal place for the transaction of.the busine-'! oi this Corpora tion is and siiall be the City of Yuma, in the County of Yuma, in the Territory of Arizona; hut said Corporation Minll have an oihre for "the transaction of business in the Statu of California, at the city of Los Angc!e,in said state-of Caliibruia.ar whicli latter place meetings of the stockholders, directors and otlicars may be held. Third. The general nature ot the busi ness proposed to be transacted, by this Corporation is the location and develop ment qf mines and mining claims; the purchase, sa'e, ownership, leading, working and opc-ratingof go d mines and lodes of mineral-bearing ore, and to do and perform all things incidental to the general busi ness of mining. Fouitii. The amount of cr.pHal stock authorized by this corporation is and shall be one hundred thousand (?100.000j dol ars, to be divided into one hundred thousand ( 100.000 j shares of the par value of one dol lar per share; the same shail he non-assessable, and shall be paid for at the date of isanance in cash or property. Fifth.. The time of the commencemant of this corporation shall be the date of, the riling of these Articles of. Incorporation for record in the office of the County Recorder of Yuma county, in tho Territory of Ari zona; and the termination thereof shall be Obmer Sain and Scqsenn Bts., TlOOTilS, FROM 50 CENTS TO 1.00 PER DAY Special Kates by the Week or Mazrth. Conducted on .the European Plan. Headquarters for Mioin-; TONY MESMER, "Manager. Afen. SOUTHER?! PACIFIC COBPAftT. Saturday, Jan. 1, 1898. TRAINS WILL LEAVE YXJM. A3 roiAowa: 6: ST. ELMO HOTS No. 249 North Main Street, Centrally Located; First-Class Dining Rooms Attached; Rates from $1.25 to 82.00 per day; Rooms, without meals, for one person, 50c, 75c and $1.00 per day. Conducted ou both the American and European Plan, W; Ei BEOWITCKG, Ckief Cleric. X A. M. (DAILY) tiVx& Train for Gib. Rem? TVtL Deminjr, El Paso, and all way station. 1 1 'A. A A' M- AlLY) "PAOt JL JL ott V FIC EXPRESS" for CaU ton, Los Angeleq, iJanta Barbara, Ska Francisco, Sacramcato, Portland uA Aorth, Ogden and East. ..OA P- M- (DAILY) lWltJ JJJ ORLEANS EXPRESH" for Gila Bend, Maricopa, Tncaon, Bonc, Lordsburp, Deminj, El Paso, New Orbtalu and East via the '"SnnBet Route." Overland Tickets Sold Steeping Car Dertfcg Seeuretf Fui! tnfo.-raaHon Regarding Trcnscsnl!a4 Kcutes Furr.lshsd on Application Fart in 3 can arrange to joia ' tb WEEKLY FAMILY EXCURSIONS ot the Sanset Route by corresponding witta For complete information call on or a 4 dress. H. W. FILBERT, Ageat, M. L. DUDLY, PropFi " TUEOT' .... Ytrau SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. Sash Doo'rs'and Blinds, Cement and Lime," " Wrooghl-Iron Pipe and Fittings. Address, F. L. EWING, Manager. Yuma, A.T. eral Government to make ruch arrangement. as are deemed desir able in respect to imports from those island?, no matter to what extent, or in what form, the sove eignty of the United States is ex ercised overthofe island possessions. Into- this diKCuseioi. have heon private, or other connccUo said tewer with lcei t;.an lour-inch pipo, such pipe to be of the 8 aie aixtcrial as that from whi-'h the main sewer is eonstiuctcd, or of like material, and inthseviiht of such counect.on beinjf niide, all ditches, trBcb-ca, excavations made in, upon or under taid streots kball be careiully refilled and thv dirt tamped ihciein. and all streets and sidowi'ifcs placed in as good condition as thoy were before auch connection was made. Sxc.h. That taid grantee, his heurS or assigns, shall cominsnee the construatiQn of said sewer 1,vnirrbt ssundrv OuinioilS b' the I v,i lj " a-n-tv days, -a complete the sain on or " ' I before the let day of Jatiimry, 1U.0, inso far as itii U n i ten S t a t es & ti p r e m e o o u r i u u c n -ing the power and anth rity of the general Government to lny duties upon impoits from territorial pos sessions of the Government, aiid while the question has not heen decided in a direct and posit in manner in a cae tvon nil foni'K," the iuteHiion of jrrcatee, his heirs or aisins, to coustrtet said swtr. Sso. 6. 'l'hit before said gran ee, h s heirs or fiSflgus, shall commence trie constraetion of baid Sewer they shall causs to be filod in tho oltico of the village ro-jotuer a wr.ltou Hccup;uuce ot thi3 Iwn chiie, and thereupon all the rijh'i8 and priv.legea hereby grained to said Althee Modesti, his heirs or assigns, wbll iimiodiz.tely vcj! ia them ftiid so ro main. Sec. 7 Tr.at, in order that a, proper estimate S3 It has bren said by a great think er that ,fmone3' i. the great trouble Fn America," and yet most every body is out hunting trouble. 0?iS men are born great, some Save greatness thurst upon them, and now and then one starts out to. buv it tor 30,000 or $40,000. ,. i i.. . ,,'J u , i, . i to cust and valuation of scia sever may be reached with that to be presented by the . . ' J in the creiit of said v,lla.ge .purchasing tiic same, HOWlv ayqVlired Inland?, the opinion said srantee, t.is'rt.irs or iBtoiiis, shall His with the iK expressed Ihat, if now called up y"-ra ?y ' tu Pu. .na .peciaea- " ' ... tion ; sa d sewer, together with a plat of the streets On tO expound the Constitution m i up)n whic-s-idievver h to be la d, hoing there ita applieation to the conditions a 1 0,1 thc liae anxI eaurie of 9ii,! Btyer- Coadltioaed. 11 howeer. that said planj, fpecificatioiw and street they Will nxUl between this. Country j piateed not bAfiiod as provided until taa const -rue- "Sixth. The aflairs shall tie conducted by Directors; each ot w hom shall be a stock holder therein; and said Directors shall be elected annual'' by the stockholders of said Corporation on the first Monday in (I'lHinr'v of finch vear. The following per- 1 i.. '"i.. ofJ q11I hi tho MIIlS ilttVU UtCll w. Directors of said corporation" for the first vear. hohlimr their ofhee until the first Monday in Jan nary.. 1900 td until their successors are elected and qualified, viz: Lewis N. Smith, Randolph S. Bassett, Frederick J. Smith, Charles' O . Goodwin, William W. Boawcll, Charles B. Davis and" Frank F. Davis. Seventh, The highest amount of in dabtadliess or liability to which this cor poration is at any time to subject itself is twenty-live thousand ( $25,000.00 ) dollars. Eighth. The private property" of the stockholders of this corporation shall be exempt from any and all corporate debts, and the stockholders thereof shall he per ' sonaily esempt IVt.m all liability for any of the debts of this corporation. Ninth. Theoflicers of this corporation shall-'be a president, a vice-president, a secretary and a treasurer, who shall be chosen annually by the Board of Directors at a meeting to be held immediate-'y after ti,o rit ual f'Pfiimi of such directors, and and the now laiauu pi.asesions, the ; w aDW u,,c.c.. auu oincer shall hold oilice for one year sUti.gtfce cost of the construction of such sewer. Src. 8, IF SO BE SURE YOUR TICKET READS VIA Maricopa & Phoenix 4 S R V Railroad. . PUBLIC TIME TABLE NO. 41, In Effect Thursday, July i 1897. AH Trains Run by Pacifi Stai dard Time. Phcenix and 3Iajcopa BiTLs(. From Pbcenix. 1 A. F. & P. 8.00 p.m. 8.30 p.m. R.40 p.m t'$.5o p.m. f9.15 p.m. 0.04 p.m. STATIONS. Lr..Phcenix.Ar! Tetnpe . ..Petersen. Kyrene.... aacaton. . . ArMaricopa. Lv FT8M 2A.F. A 9. 7.40.M. 7.10.. at. rr.w t.m fo. a.m f8.30a.JBv 6.C?a.M. 'Smbalhhd" beef etories were cited before the German Agricul-ftn-af Council in Berlin to prove that our beef was justly discrimi nated against in Europe. J. 0. Dukbae, the heavyweight Democratic editor of Arizona, iias assumed the editorial managemant of the Gazette, after an idleness of several monthF. and the paper if acain both feared and respected. The Democr-ais m Congrsss havo accented the President's views for an arm' bill, and there will be no extra session. There will be a permanent army of 62,000, and a provisional army of 35,000 men to serve until '.901. high court would hold that the United States may erect such bar riers, in. respect to trade, and levy snah duties as ara deemed desfrable in order to give revenues to the islands, and also to give Protection to the industries of the United States from the inflow of products of the tropical island in question. Charles Kraus, of Cincinnati, having been iued for divorce has fdod a curiou3 crosa-suit He al leges that dining the courtship the lady who subsequently became his wife carefully concealed from him the fact thnt she had a glass eye. He claims this was fraudj and con sequently sues for freedom. Work will begin in a few days on a city sewer system, a farahchise for which was granted Altheo Modesti by tho common council last week. Yuma is bfdly in need of a 5?wer and is fortunate indeed in having a man who i3 veiling to invest capital in sueh'an enterprise, as tho city at present' has no avail able funds for public works. The franchi-e provides for the purchase of the proposed sewer system by the city at an' time it feels able to do so, at actual cost with ten per cent interest on the investment. That id sewer fcha'ltntall times raciaiu Mid be subject to j roper inspv$QH- by tho board of health of said illac, jtrfoibcr sani.ary officers, and bhall be kept in 3ue,hJa"cnndition aa not to en danger public heal. h qr' safety. Sac. 9. bis oriinatif-e to be and remain In full force nJ effect from and after its passage, publi cation or po'ting a? provided by Hv. Passed this 1.0th day of February, K 93. Approved this '0th day of Fehruarv, 1S93. J. n. SHANSSEY, Mayor. Attest GSo. A. Di'KE, Village Kecor-er. First publication Feb. 25 1S89. Sam Jokss aslttd the following pertinent question: "Do you know hat boys aro more particular who they go with than girls are? You may think it a strange statement, hut it in so. A girl will go on the street in open day with a bor that gets drunk, and carouses around, But the minute that a girl is inteaa parato he won't go with her. I -wish our girls would be as particu lar with whom they go as the boy? are." An industrial note whose signifi cance is obvious is hrard in the hapo of au announcement from Philadelphia thnt the Baldwin liooomotive Works has just closed a contract for the building of eihty- n locomotives, the large-t single AV&er over received by the company The locomotives r for hs on new milroft&i now under construction :M. 01ifa , The cUot wm luf-w With the development' of the immense resources of Cuba and of Porto Rico, with tin subjugation of the Filipinos and theestablishment of order in the Philippine aichi pelago as preMminory to tho exten sion of our commerce in the Far East, with the construction of the Nicaraguan. Canal,, thus giving us the same advantages in the Orient as have been enjoyed in India and in China by Great Britain and by other nations bince the opening of the Suez Canal, and with an ad herence to the policy of Protection the United States will easily be in tho'front rank among commercial nations within the next decade, and will at least be the equal of Great, Britain as a financial power. The Worlds Great Blood Purifier is Hood's Sarsaparilla, Which absolutely Cures every form of Impure blood, from The p:mple on your Face to the great Scrofula sore which Drains your system. Thousands of people Testify that Hood's Sarsaparilla cures Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Dyspepsia, Malaria, Catarrh, Rheumatism, ' And That Tired Fee lib g Remember this And get Hood's And only Hood PKOM mum. Ok PAi0i Through Goaesiss Chajr Gars Fuiifsian Tourist Sleepers Daily. 2 gryh irr tt a: era and rSCKETS VIA jlrK BEX. PASS. AWT, TOPEKA, KAN. SE5AT0U Chandler from the Com mittee ou Privileges and Elections, last Tuesday presented to the Senate the report ol that committee on the charges of bribery in the election to the Sr nat" of M. A. Ilauna as made by the Ohio Senaie It finds that "there is no proof submitted either that Mr Hanna was elected Senator through bribery, or thnt ho hadaiiy agents engaged in carrying on hi for the Senate, who were TMBS Y5JMA ft u- yi w MEAT 1ARP F5. 5. 3H W & pROPaiEToaa. ALFALFA-FEP BKKF, frosh from thp. far-fftmd meadows of the Salt Uh'er Valley. Prices the Lowest in Town. Freo delivery to all parts oi the city. fcTA choavcit.'Pay a trifle more for TO MAI STREET. - - YUMA, AltlZOXA. fflFJffiYiS LW.ya'ayfcfl-3 , V?Ew eTahere. Always iuo jy him to rt , o.rrpthod, .rj .Aggi W l&anv farm of urongfJfttsig"! that . .3 W. J. BLACK QWft O.G0 !F. B. HODGHTOH, iKo.ro OEN'L AT, EL PASO TEX. lo.o-.'O.eo 1.00 I i eras a t: a a r. r h t n na a n i lie mm-iQm wgMjy i 41 Frgt & Pass DAILY. 7.30 a. ra. 8:00 a. in. 8:30 a. m. S 1:30 p.m. 2:C0 p. m. 2:S0 p. m. Phonix & Sesa City Dlrlaiei. Fhoeatx Rtu vr Mesa to Phoenix. Read dovrn STATIONS. Lv. Msa. Ar. PHOBK1X. " DAII.T. 10:39.: 10:09 : 9:90 . i M 6:00 y.i 5:30 p. a 5:00 p. i riDune thereafter and until their successors are duly chosen and qua'itied. Tenth . The amount of the capital stock -.f.thiK p.nrtioration which has heen actually sukkcihed is -evenly thousand and one For SPifOrfRatlOn AddfSSS eaPSSt AgOHt, 0PI C$70,001.00) dollars, ana by tne louowing persons and in the number of shares set opposite their names: KAHK. XO.'O? SHARH3. Lewis J. Smith H',0 0 lt&ndoVh S. Iiaisett. 10,O0 Frederick J. Smith.. 10,000 (.;hrle.-!0 Gdojwin. 10.PRO Wil;iaiu W. Urti-weU. K),f.00 Char.es Ugton 10,000 FrmiK F. .tir.vi'3 10,003 chirltrs IV lar:s 1 Which said stock shall ba issued to said subscribers oftfie? Jor cash or prope-ty. Eleventh. The following persons are hereby chosen and -shall act as officers of this corporation until the first annual meeting of the Board of Directors for the election of btliCtjrs, viz. Frank F. Davis, president; Levis N. Saiirh, vice president; Frederick J. Smith.-treasurer; Frederick J. Smith, secretary. In witness n hereof, we have hereunto set our hands and seals this 21st day ot January. A. D: one thousand eight hun dred and ninety nine LEWIS N. SMITH. (.sr.Ai) KANDOLl'H S. BEsSETT, Cseal) FKEDERK'K J. SMITH. (shalJ CHAICLES O. GO.'DWIX. ( seaiJ WILLIAM VY. BOr-WLLL, (svai.) FRANK F. DAVIS. (seal) (T1ARLKS DAVIS. si:al) STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I County of L.s Angeics. J " j With the close of the Predideutial campaign THE TRIBUNE re- On .this 214 day of January, in the year s CQ ;.es the r.u.fc th;it tj,e American pronle are now anxious to give their of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred i . , , . . . , , n, . . 01 ., '.. t.r ' 7, v M,intpr attention to home and husines- interests. To meet this condition, politic? and ninetv-nme, Before me, Cal b. Hunter, . 1 aXotarv Public in -nd for the Countv of! will have far less space and prominence, until another State or Notional oc- Los Angeles, State ot Lamornia, resmmg i cafinn neniaiuis a renewal oi toe ngtu ior uie principle lor wnu-ii x nji. 1 ram Xo. 1 connects with 8outher cihe train No. 19, eastbound, leaving Mui cuna at 10.08 p. m. Train Ko. 2 connects with Souther Pacific train No. 20, Weatbonnd, lTtf Maricopa at 5.36 a. m. Connections made at Phoenix with 8. t., P. it P. K. K. for Prescotr and ConjrrcM. Connections at Mesa with Bta fH Goldfield, Mondays, Wednesday and FlU days, at 12:30 p. in.; for PJorence an Globe. Tuesdays, Thursdavsand Ssturi at i o'eiock a. ni. f Trains stop on sienal. PaHLtnAa PALAC2 8TJBimP On trains Nog. 1 and 2 between TklM . and Maricopa. Tickets Sold to all Principal Points Baggage Checked to Destlnatioa. N. K.MASTEN, C. C. McNEIL. President- Gen'! Sap't P. B. SANFORD, Gen'lFrt.&Pas. Agt General Offices, Phoenix, Ari FARMRS AHD VILLAGERS FATHERS AHD MOTHERS, js'OES. SONS m DAUGHTERS. FOR ALL THE FAMILY, SANTA FE, PRESCOTT & PHffiNIX RAILWIT WITH Tr. SANTA FE SYSTEM Is the Shortest and Quick wt Rout to &Tt K&nsas . ity, St. f.ouis, Chicago, and "' ALL l'OINTS EAST. S. F., P. & P. TIME TABLE. In effect May 31, IS37. MounUln time la used. THIIOUSR T1M2 OAXR, Mond '1 uesj 5 00p 10 50a lv. .. San Fran.. .nr lr.. .Mohare...ar Tuesy 7 Ota therein, duly eimmisioned and sworn, personally appeared Lewis N. Smith, Ran dolph S. Rassett, Fiederick J. Smith, Charles O. Goodwin. William W. Boswell, Charles B. Davis and Frank F. Davis, known to me- to- be the persons whose names are. subscribed to the within instru ment,, and acknowledged to me that they executed the fame. In witness whereof; I -have hereunto set my hand and. athxed my oMicial seal in said county, the day and year in this cer tificate first above written. Ckotakial iuxL) CAL F. HUNTER, Notary Public in and for the County of Los Angeles, State of California . Commission expires March 27, 1001. Recorded at the request of Frank F. Davis on January 23, 18JJ. W. IS. MARVIN, Recorder of Yuma County, Ariz'. First publication Feb 4, 1S)9 a Cr outlay s, srpy-jvy v. 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Connecting- at Prescott with stage liM tag ftS principal mining camps; at Conre Juaew with t on!.'ress Gold Co. K. R. for Couyrtw, ft4 f stasu lines for Hardua Hala Stanton and YaruAe at Phoenix with the M. & P. k S. R. V. R. . J0 -uoiuts oa tho S. P. R. R. Truin fort aliforni.i Ieavo3 Ash Fort ft I'M JM arriving ia Los Anseles next morainpftt u4 Shu I rini-ico same evening' at 8:15. TratftJn Hie cast leaves Ash Fork at 7:40 a. m. F-M. MURPHY, GEO. M. SAKOEST, Pres. &G en. Mgr. Gen. Frt & Pft. Aft Prescott. Ariz. PrmctH. UH R. E. WELLS, K. W. aiLLXTT, . Asst. Gen. Mgr. GenT Ax, Piescott, Aris. Phoatx, Alti,& MADE ME A MAN1 sr AJAX TABLETS POSI1TVW.I C f;Jm i JLZZ,Ifervout IHtea f&liifts rH -I orr, Im potency, SiMPhHMMGft, Mft, a !Sf VI bT Ahnpa nr nthfF ICTaiwHs mmA 1 -jStM cretions. Thty ct4v i TMtor rrrYr!l(tT ia ol.l vJSssV fitamoaforaludr. boaiiicuor c$ib? Preront lasajltr ncd Caasauj tHkfra in tirao. Their T?a d'nmri immaii&M I ient end effacla a G3R whera all other it 3 22