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SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1899.
IaAV of ;Vc.vsiapors. ft subscribers order the discontinuance of news papers, the puWiriiers may continue to send thoni unfci allamsarajres arenaul. If subscribers refuse or m-gleet to takethoir news papers from the oiicc to which they arc sent; they are held responsible wtil thev have settled the bill and ordered thorn discontinued. If subscribers move to other places without in fbnains the publisher, and the newspaper are t en' to the former plce of residence they arc then re ponfcsihli . Official Paper of Yuma Goi-n'y ALLOPATHIC PROSPERITY The populist papers have been telling us that the signs of pros peiityare illusory; that our good times areonlv artificial mnnipu lated bv Maik Hanna for Doliical effect; that there is nothing sub s antial about tliem merely indus tml bubbles which will burst in a little while if silver is not artifi ciaUv enhanced in value by legis lative fiat. The populist paper. find- no gladness in their hearts over the improved and imp'ovinii condition of wage earners. It is gall and wormwood to their lacer ated pride to have all their calam ity Dredictions repudiated and be i;Li Uir iVp triumuhal progress of 1ICU UJ - , - the people towards happiness and contentment. The populist papers can be joyful only when the people are miserable. Hecent dispatches bring the cheer ! ful tidings that the wane earners of Cleveland, Ohio, to the number of nearly 4 000 and embracing all "branches of work, had been given advances of wages running from 5 per cent, up to 25 per cent.; that the iron workers of Reading, Pa , had received an increase of from 5 to 10 per cent.; that the working men at Birmingham, Ala., had been granted, without solicitation from them, an increase of from 10 to 20 per cent., and that more than 15,- 000 miners and steel workers are benefited by this advance. From Springfield, Ohio, comes the report that 1,500 employees of a big in dustry will get 10 per cent, more wages. If these reports do not indicate that prosperity of the substantial Fort has returned to us, there is no virtue in increased wanes. If they do not verify and fulfill the predic tions made by trie-Republicans' and Bound money men in 1896, those predictions can never be verified and fuelled. If they do not give the lie to Bryanism, and double dis count calamity-wailing Populism, the' are utterly in veracious. And if they do not turn the shafts of satire and ridiculefrom Mark Hanna to his calumniators there is no con science in this country. We find joy and gladness -and hope in these renorts. Thev augur endurinsi thrift and prosperity for the people When the people are prosperous and contented the public credit i secure. and in sufficient quantity must be considered in connection with other problems of factory location. 4. Excellent limestone is avail able, and investigation would doubt less disclose a supply within an economical distance of the valley. 5. In addi'ion to the stimulat ing effect of a factory upon agricul tural and commercial interests, the stock -feeding and dairying indus tries would materially prfitby the presence of a factory in Salt River vallev, because of the excellent feeding value of the exhausted pulp. A valuable sutrsiestion sained torn this work i. the importance of a ra refnl study of the best time tor planting each of our staple crops. For many plants there are really two growing seasons in south ern Arizona, one in the spring at d the other in autumn. In the first caMi the growth of plants is termi nated by the extreme heat of sum mer, in the second, by th? frosts of winter. By studying and making the most of this double season, the productiveness of some vegetable crop- ma' by greatly increased. Correspondence on thi. and other subjects peitainiHgto agriculture should be addressed to The Ex periment Station, Tucson, Arizona. TriE Oasis, published at Kogales, last Saturday issued a special edi tion setting forth the advantages of Nogales and the county of Santa Cruz. It is a creditable- edition and will do mueh good for the ciiuse for which it was issued. The Oasis has always been a good paper one of the best in Arizona and it is evident that Col. Bird intends to maintain its reputation. The special edition was indeed a Bird ARTICLES Of lKCORPORATIOlT. OF The Globe Consolidated Copper Company. The Boston Journal tells of a Massachusetts woman who attended a meeting in Denver, where Gov. Thomas remarked patronizingly that but for the women he would not have been elected. "I made up my mind then and there," the visitor says, "that if Thomas was a specimen of women's work in poli tics they never should be allowed to vote if I could prevent it." Colorado's Governor must be more cautious in, illustrating his ideas. IF SO BE SORE YOUR TICKET READS ELECTIONS THIS YKAR. Elections will be held in Novem ber thi vear in the following states. Iowa For governor and other state officers. Kentucky For governor and other officers. Maryland For governor and both houses of the legislature. Massachusetts For governor, ate officers and both houses ot the gislature. Mississippi For governor, state officers, a legislature and all county officers. Nebraska For justice of the su preme court and two members of the board of regents. New Jersey Eight etate senators, sixty members of the assembly and county officers. New York Two justices of the supreme court in the First judicial district, one justice in the Fifth district, three justices in the Eighth district, and 150 members of the assembly. Ohio Governor and all state officers. Pennsylvania State treasurer, two judges of the supreme court and one judge of the superior court. Virginia Secretary- to the com monwealth, treasurer and minor state officers. SUUAR BEETi) O ARIZOXV. True friends are hard to find, but when once found are true gold. An exemplification of true friendship and heavenly solicita tion for the welfare of unfortunate human beings, whether their skin be copper-colored or alabaster, has just come under our observation. Mrs. V. D. Luce, at her own ex pense, employed a lawyer to de fend Patrick Miguel, the young Yuma Indian who was lately tried for arson before the federal grand jury at Los Angeles, and the con sequence is that Patrick is a free Indian. Such acts demonstrate the traits of true friendship, and it is likely that the red man will not belie his reputation for gratefulness in this instance. The failures in April, 1899, ac cording to "Dun's Review" were the smallest in any month since records by months began 38 per cent, smaller than in April of last year, not a third of the amount in 1897, and not half the amount in April of an' previous year. Both in manufacturing and in trading they were the smallest ever known in that month, and in trading the smallest ever known in any month, as in manufactu.ing they were if the larger failures were omitted The ratio of defaulted liabilities to solvent payments through clearing houses was less than 70 cents per $1,000, against 90 cents in January and $1.19 in March, $7.89 in August and $8.02 in September, 1896. A great share of the risk in the busi ness world has been eliminated. Truly these are good Protection limes. Governor Murphy returned from the north on the delayed S. F., P. & P. train this morning. He has been taking a somewhat extended outing in the northern part of tin? territory and feels considerably re freshed as a result. He managed as usual to combine business with pleasure. He examined a promis ing copper property and took a short trip to the Grand canyon. The travel to the Grand canyon is far j greater now than at this season of any previous year and he predicts j We keep in stock niiuing location notices according to the latest Arizona law on the subject. Piles! Piles! itching: files. Symptoms Moisture; tatenbe itching and stinfjinpr most at night; worse by scratching. If allowed to continue tumors form, which often bleed and ul cerate, becoming very eore. Swayxk's Oixtiiext vtops the itchintr and bleeding, heels ulceration and in most cases lcmoves the tumors. At tfrujr gi ts, or by mail, for 50 cents. )r. Swayne & Son, Chliadiia. UUKtS WKtHt ALL tLSt rAILo. j Best CoiiKh Syrup. Tastes Good. Use in time. Sold by druggists. Bulletin 30, of the Arizona Ex periment Station, publishes the results or the second year's experi ments with sugar beet, made in Salt River valley during 1S98 which are of considerable interest to the agricultural public The re.sults of the previous year s work, conducted in the manner usual elsewhere, were discouraging but acting on the experience gained on this first attempt, a second and more successful plan waa carried out during 189S. In addition to experiments with beets, Salt River valley was explor ed for suitable water and limestone, both of which are essential to the establishment of a beet-sugar fact ory. The following i" a summary of th e res u 1 ts of t he y ea r rs ex p er i m e n t s : 1. Sugar beets of good quality and in paying quantities can be produced in Salt River valley. An essential precaution is early plant ing from January 1st to the mid dle of February being probab.v Hig hest season. The average for 1898 on ten winter-sown plats varying from one-eighth to three-fourth? acres were, 11.85 tons per acre: 13. S per cent sugar in beets; 78.53 per cent purity; 2438 pounds oi sugar per acre. 2. A planting made in Septem ber gav fair results,-but not equa to those from the winter planting Diffusion waters of fair qua 1 )tv$exis!t in the valley. Their de that one of the three prospective , WWmmimhi railroads to that locality will ma-j rsrialize in the very near future. During his vii t he met an pminent German professor who was among tho man3T visitors to this most wonderful place. Asked regarding the health of his brother, F. M Murphy, he stated that he was much improved, though ot course not as strong as in the years gone by, when he devoted both night and day to labor. He said the rehabili tation of Fort Whipple will as suredly take place very soon and that it has been brought about very largely through Mr. F. M. Murphy, whom he expects will visit the capital tonight or tomorrow. He will be warmly welcomed by a host of his Phoenix friends. Herald. The North Dakota Senate has pas-ed a bill requiring all appli cants for marriage licenses to be Sim A big yield of both lj r4$R9 Pront and satisfaction pyK3 ylll reSuk Pt p jfjg kHH They are always the best. 14 ff l-MkM0 not accept any 'substi- feJ&M aratut"-bayll0ne fcut Fcrry'n. iSW'S ! 3 SoIa hy all dealers. rito for fski fe Wjij KSg the '99 .Seed Annual free. Bg g3 MM D.M.FERRY a CO.,Detroit,Mich. f1 44 Example is Better Than Precept It is not what we say, Bat what Hood's SarsapariUa does, that tells the story tl r c : ' f - previously examined by a board ot . ' physicians as to their mental and j examples of what Hood S physical fitness for the marriage . has done for others, and state. The certificates must show what it will do for you that they are free from hereditary Scrofula "Kunning scrofula sores . , -ir made me shunned by neighbors. Medical diseases, With Special relerence to treatment failed. A relative urged me to l ...i ,i,:u Tlio try Hood's SarsapariUa. Did so and in few uib-inuy huh tuuc.u.woio. months the sores completely healed." Mks idea is to inKurn that children born J- M. Hatch, ttna,- In. H. of future marriages shall be seund both mentally and physically. Le gislation of this kind is interesting, but that is about all that can be said for it, 'for there is nothing to prevent the contracting parties from going over the border into adjoin ing states to have the ceremony j isjfeijfalory location yertbrmed, &knffi: Amcrica-v, Inflammatory Rheumatism-" Two attacks of the grip lett me with inflamma tory rheumatism. Am 89 years old, but Hood's SarsapariUa cured me and I can climb stairs and walk anywhere." J. Love land, 373 Fargo Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. fotfdS SaUaMVdffq Hood's Tills euro liver U1r then-m irritating aud oniv catliartic to take tli ITood's S:trarftri!Ia. We.F. S. Ingallsand J. L.Itodondo, desirinsrto incorporate ourselves under the provisions of the laws of the Territory of Aiizona, and especially an Act of tho Legislative A&sombly thereof, entitled "An Act Concerning Corporations," approved March Sth, 1897, for the purpose of engaging in the lawful enterprise, business pursuits and occupation hereinafter specified, do make, hubscribe and ac knowledge according to law, these Articles of In corporation, and declare, T. Tiie name assumed bv this corporation, and by which it shall be known, is the GLOBE CONSOLI DATED COPPER COMPANY, and the time of the commencement of this company shall be the day of the filing of these Articles in the office of the C ounty Kecorder of the County of Yuma, Terri tory of Arizona, and the termination thereof shall be twenty-fix e (25) years thereafter. II. The enterprise, business pursuits and occupation in which this company proposes to engage, is that of acquiring by purchase, or in ai f other lawful manner, mines and mining claims, mining stocks, franchises, industrial enterprises, water works, gas works, electrical works, street railways and other commercial enterprises; to develop, operate and maintain mines and mining claims, and deal in negotiations of all kinds, options and bonds; tore porton mines and undertake negotiations of any .nature, upon commision or otherwise; to enter in to contracts for the construction and operation of railroads; to buy, sell, own and operate all kinds of stores for the sale of general merchandise, min ing machinery, steam and electrical appliances or devices; to operate mills and smelters for the re duction of all kinds of ore; to acquire, by purchase or otherwise, mill sites, tramways and water rights, patents, lands, franchises and all kinds of property, real, personal or mixed; to act as agents, negotia tors and promoters for other corporations or indi" viduals, or on its own account, to deal in bonds, stocks, notes, patent rights; to act as agents or trustees in behalf of corporations, estates or indi viduals; to lay out, construct and acquire by pur chase, or in other lawful manner, and possess, en joy, operate and use franchises from "any State or Territory of the United States, or any country of th world, or of any County, or municipal or private corporation, wagon roads, canals, mills, factories, houses, capital stock and bonds of corpor ations chattels, goods, wares and merchandise, choses in action; to carry on the business of bank- in all its branches, borrowing and lo.ming money, dealing in all kinds of negotiable paper, including promissory notes, mortgages, real and personal property, stocks, bonds, city, school, county and other warrants, gold, silv?r, copper, lead and other kinds of bullion, and ore. bills of exchange and other evidenc-s of debt, and bank able papers; buying, manufacturing, operating, selling and dealing in all kinds of electrical ap pliances for driving machinery, as motive power for propelling any and an fcmcH ot mccnamcai ap pliances when electrii ity or other power is appli cable; telephone and telegraph lines, and elcctn cal lights; to transact any and all kinds of business which may be transacted by an individual, to hold, use and enjoy the same, and to alienate, sell, lease, demise and dispose of the same, or of any part thereof, as well as of any other property this corpor ation may possess, be seized of or entitled to, and to hypothecate, mortgage or pledge all or any part ofthe property of this corporation, or which it may in any manner hereafter acquire, ana issue its mortguges, bonds, debentures or other written evidences of indebtedness, for the objects md pur poses herein stated. The Ldrectors of this Corporation shall have lull power to purchase minci, mining rights, contracts, options, mill sites, lands, franchises, patent rights, or any other property that in their judgment seems for the best interests of the Company to acquire and use in payment therefor the capital stock of the Company, its mortgage bonds, and debentures, or other written evidences of indebtedness, or in cash as they may determine. .An executive committee maybe appointed by the Board of Directors from among its members, which snail have power to do and perform any and all of the duties of the. Board of Directors, and all acts of said executive committee shall have the sameforre and effect as if performed by the Board of Directors, ill. Tho place where the corporation proposes to hav its principal office and place f business, is in the Village of Yuma, County of Yuma, Territory of Arizona, with a chief branch office in the City of New Ycrk, and other offices at such placis as the Board of Directors may establish in London, Paris; Havana, San Juan and Porto Itico. IV. The capital stock of this Company shall boTw Million, Five Hundred Thousand Dollars (82,600,000) divided into forty thousand eight per cent (S per cent ) preferred shares of the par value of Twenty five Dollars ($25. CO) each, and Sixty Thousand (60, 000) common shares of the par value of Twenty-five Dollars S'-5.00)eacli; and the time when and condi tions upon which it is to be paid are a3 follows: The whole thereof immediately upon making subscrip tion therefor, and the said stock shall he fully paid up when issued and shall be non-assessable there after, and no personal liability shall be attached to the holders of the stok thereof. V. The amount of the par value of each share of tho capital stock of this Uompaxy shall be Twenty-five Dollaw ($25.00). VI. The highest amount of indebtedness or liability, director contingent, to which this Company is at any time to be subjected, or to subject itseif, is tb.e sum of OncMillion Dollars (S1.0J0.000). VII. Tho Stockholders of this Corporation and their private property, shall be exempt' from the corpor ate debts of this corporation. VIII. The affa'rs of this Corporation are to be and shall be conducted by a Board of Directors, consisting of seven persons who shall be elected annually bj the stockholders, at such time and in such manner as shall be prescribed by the By-Laws of this corpora tion, and all of whom shall be stockholders, orsub sciibcrs to, the capital stock of this corporation. The following named persons who are subscribers to the capital steck of this corporation, shall con stitute the Board of Directors of this Corporation, until the first Wednesday after the first Monday in April, lD'H), and until their success-ors, auH quali fied, shall be elected or appointed: Frank S. In galls, laus V. Meedcn, II. A. Kirkham, B. L. Mecd cn, J. L. Hedondo, Jas. Simmons, J. II Carpenter. If any Director shall cease to be a stockholder, he shall cease to be a Director. Vacancies in the Board of Directors -hall be filled by the remaining mem bers of the Board. Immediately, or as soon as practical, after the filing of these Articles in the office of the County liecorderof the County of Yuma, the persons here inbefore named as Directors, to serve until the first Wednesday after the first Monday in April, 1900, shall meet and organize a Board of Directors, adopt By-Laws, and prescribe in said By-Laws the method of calling the meeting of the Board of Directors or stockholders. A majority of the Board of Directors shall consti tute a quorum of said Board for the transaction of said business, IX. The Board of Directors of this Corporation shnll have power to establish By-Laws, and make all rules and regulations deemed expedient for the manage ment of aff a'p s of this cor,oiation. and the officers thereof, and appoint experts, engineers, attorneys and other persons to act as agents or reprc-enU-tives of this Company, residing in the United States or other count; ics, fix their salaries and exercise all powers needful to conduct its business, in all its branches. In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our hands and seals, this 20th day Of March, lb09. F. S. lNOrtLL , (MiAL) J. L. KEDONDO. (seal) Territory of Arizona, l County .of Yuma, i b8 Before U. H. Brinley; Clerk of the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for the county of Yuma, on this day personally appeared F. S. Lngalls and .1. L Bedoudo, known to mo to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the foregoing instrument, and ac knowledged to nie that they executed the same for the purpose and conside. ation therein expressed. Given under mj' band and seal of said Court this 20th day of March, A. D.,1809. (.seal) c H. BBINLEY, Clerk of said Court. Becorded in Book No. Bonds and Agreements, Pago '1(33, ctreq., liccjrds of YumaCounty. Arizona Territory. w. E. Marvin, llecordor; F, Avtla, Deputy lWordor. First publication May 7, 199. VIA SOUTHERN PACIFIC COHPAft; COMMENCING .Saturday, Jan. 1; j$98. TRAINS WILL LEAVE YUMA AH FOLLOWS: Jf , tj Train torf hRnmi-T .-. Deminu, El Paso, and all way aWioria. EEOM Throuah Coaches Chair C Tourist Sleepers Daily. CONSUL I'DiE BE05tI3 ISJJRCBS ASSWx TICKETS VIA APS!' OT3IEI ROUTE. 1 . i.. v Li W Fi ie i. Ai. (DAILY) "PACI- ton, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara; Sart irancisco, Sacramento, l'ortlnifd ,nr . North, Ogden and East. fvOO P' ir' (DAIW) "NEW J,JJ OR LEA ttS v- u i i TL?i,a Bc"d Micopa. Tucson, Benson- a v uTmZ E1 mo, tfeu- Orleans and East via the "Sunset .Route." wloan" Overland Tickets Sold Sleeping Car Berths Secured AND Pull ii. ars-PulSman and w.Hwsv"to rartica can arrange to join the WEEKLY FAMILY" EXCURSIONS over the Sunset Koute by corresponding with For complete information call on or ad; dress. TL V -V iirput . IEPOT. . T. H. GOODMAN', Oen Pas At'b SAN FEANC1SCO CA r S For Information Address Nearest Agent, or: W. J. BLACK, GEN. PASS. AtiT, TOJPEKA, KAN. B. HOUGHTON, GE'L AGT, EL PASO, TEX. 1LO! K J7 Hit! Corner Main and Eequeua Sts. ANGEJLES, - - - CALIF. m& Phoenix & 8 B V Bailroad. PUBLIC TIJIE TABLE XO. 41 In Effect Thursday, Jul,, j, 1897. I All Trains Run by Pacme Stan dard Time. Phronlx and Maricopa Division. From "', : et c loni Maricopa Phoenix. A. F. &. p. 8.00 p.m. 8.30 D.m. 13.40 p.m ia.&o D.m. iy.15 p.m. 9.04 p.m. STATIONS. Lv..Phtenix.Ar Tempe .... Petersen.... Kyrene.... Sacatou. . . 2 A. F. & P. .40 a. in. 7.10 a. ni. f7.00a.in. fii.45 a. in 16.20 a. m. ArMaricopa.Lvl 6.C? a, ri ROOMS, FROM 50 OEIsTS TO $1.00 PER DAY Read down PJitenix & aresa City Dirisien. Mesa to Special Bates by the Week or Month. 4 Frgt&Pass DAILY. Conducted on tlio European Plan. Headquarters for Mining Men. TONY MESMEPi, Manager. 7. SO a. m. 8:00 a. m. 8:30 a. ru. G 1:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. STATIONS. Lv. mesa. i TEMPE. Ar. A ; phoexix. Phoenix to Mesa. Read Up Frgt & Pass DAILY. 10:30 a. m. 10:00 a. ni. 9:30 a. m, S 6:00 p. m. 5:30 p. m. 5:00 p. ni, Sasli Doors and Blinds, Cement and Lime, Wrought-Iron Pipe and if lttings. U 3 aTiaM-pX.eartb0,,nd lea6 uoimections made at Phoenii with S. If., f Trains stop on signal. PVlaLSlAiV PALACE SI,KEI IW CARS On trains Noa. land 2 hpf pw: Address, F. L. EWING, Manager. Yuma, A.T. MARLY Tickets Sold to all Principal Points am Baggage Checked to nlp3,w-I8 a" N. K. MASTEX, C. 0. McNEI L." resident. Gen'l Sup'ei F. B. SANFORD, Gen'l Frt.cfe Pass. Agt General Offices phoenix, Ariz SANTA FE, PRESCOTT & PHCENIX RAILWAY WITH TI1K Q A M T A r-I OW r-r- . . It's a lone life, but devotion to the re oroifclVl true interests and prosperity of the Amor- 13 .tta SSkftfiSS ' ic:m people has won for it new friends as ALL poiats east. the years rolled by and the original mem- & p, p & p TIME TABLE. bers of its family passed to their reward In effect 3 IS. Main time is E" 0d'" IU I l I and these admirers are loval and stead- - fast today, with faith in its teaching, and jiond confrdenee in the information which i t. esi' j., - brings to their homes and firesides. Tue.-y As a natural consequence it enjoys in Tuesy wean Wedn THROUGH TIME CARP. ! 5 0Op 10 50a ts old age all the vitality and vigor of its youth, strengthened and ripened by the experiences of over half a century. It has lived on its merits, and on the cordial support of progressive Americans. It is "The New York Weekly Tribune." acknowledged the country over as the leading National Family Newspaper. Recognizing its value to those who desire nil the news of the State and Nacion, the publisher of THE SENTINEL has entered into an alliance with 'The New York Weekly Tribune" which enables him to furnish both papers at he trilling cost of $3 per year. Every farmer and every villager owes it to himself, to his family and to the community in which he lives a cordial support of bis local newspaper, as it works constantly and untiringly for his interests in every wav, brings to his home all the news and happenings of his neighborhood, the doings of his friends, the condition and prospects for different crops, the prices in home markets, and, in fact, is a weekly visitor which should be found in every wide-awake, progressive family. We F rnish "The Sntini" and "N. Y. W ky Tribune" One Year for $3.00 ..cicli-osQ jJL Orders to CASSIS, iaf ADVANCE. 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Kirkland ... ...Date Creek... Congress .. Wickenburg .. Peoria .... Glendftle ...Alhambra. 11 45p j Ar.. Phoenix. .Lv 6 50a 5 50a 4 50a 4 2Sa 3 35a 3 20a 2 46a 146a 126a 12 14a lllSp 10 Sp S42p 819p 5 06p 7 50p 6 SOp 5 50p 4 50p 3 50p 2 OOp Wrisc Your J'ame and mldrexs os a IOstsil card, send It to Geo W. IScsi, 'IrilMiiic Ofliee, New Yorlc City, and. a sample copy of TflaiS ISfJEW-VOKJK. YTElGBiriY TltliSajrVJS ttIH be mailed to you. KOT1CE TO CltEDlTOKS. In the Estate of G. J. Griffith Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersign ed Administrator of the Estate ofG. J. Griffith deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against said Estate, to exhibit them with' the necessary vouchers, within four months after the firs publication of this notice to said adminis trator, at his office on Main Street in Yuma, County ot Yuma Territory of Arizona, the same being the place for the transaction ol" the business of said Estate. Dated this 10th day of April, A. D. 1S99. Paul Moretti, Administrator of said Estate. Date of iirst publication April loth, ISO!. It Is Just aslmpotanrt. That you enrich and purify your biood in the Fall as in the Spring. At this time, owing to decaying vegetation, a low water level, and other causes, there ara disease germs all about ns, and a weak and debilitated system quickly yields to s tt'eks of malaria, fevers, etc. By purifying and enriching your blood with Hood's SarsapariUa you may build up your system to resist these dangers, as well as coughs, colds, pneumonia and the grip which come with colder weather. To be on the safe side, take Hood's SarsapariUa now, and always be sure it is Hood's and not something represented to be "just as srood." Dining station. The scenic line of Arizona. The best route t 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 Kiver Vallev and other poiuta of In terest. Through tickets to all points in the UnlUd States, Canada and Mexico. No. 2 connects at Jerome Junction with trains of the U. V. & P. ity for Jerome. Connecting at P'rescott with stage lines for all principal mining camps; at Congress Junction with Congress Gold Co. It. K. for Congress, and stage lines for Hardua Hala Stanton and Yarcell; at Phoenix with tho 31. & P. 6: S. K V. B, R. for points on the S. P. It. H. Train for California leaves Ash ForR'l:35 p.m. arriving in Los Angeles next morning at 8:30 and Sin Francisco same evening at 6:15. Train for the east leaves Ash Fork at 7:10 a. xu. F-M.3IUBPIIV, GEO. M. SARGENT, Pres. & Gen. Mgr. Gen. Frt & Pasj Act . Prescott. Ariz. Prescott, Anr R. E. WELLS, E. W. GILLETT, Asst. Gen. Mgr. Gen'l Agnnt, Picscott, Ariz. Phooaix, Arf . DE ME A MAN AJAA I AOLfc 1 5 FOS1TIVEIiYCU S6 Jm potency. Slcerlossnesa. eto- cauSf 3.1 bT 1Aba8 r othOT Excesses. and Iadte restore LMtYHaUtr in aid or jonncaaS fit a man for etrnljr, bnsiawsa or maSasS Prevent Ina.iirr nnH rn-,rntlrit?; hlLoSh?118 'i16 eSaa AJax Tableterahw