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SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1899.
I TOIiDIOUSO. The Wichita Daily Eagle under llift hp.irl nf "First BloOfl." hfiS the The following from the clever ' following to say of Governor Mur- writer of "On the Tip of theTongue," j phy and his work at the Trans in the Press is an accurate state- Mississippi congress: "The sub- mentof facts which every journalist ' committee ot the congress committee iooner or later to his sorrow and 0n resolutions agreed last night to disffust will learn. 'report a resolution to the general Every added day of my life I ; committee favoring direct cession lean more and more to the beliei 0f arid lands by the federal govern- hat a large majority of my fellow ment to the states and territories. mem enend too much of their time Tn this Governor Muruhv of An- yew -responsible ntii thev have settled thewn abscribing motives If I write zona, the champion of direct cession, against Wall street method's they j wins first blood as opposed to those say, "Tip got it in the neck and is i ho favor appropriations by the Irving to get even." If Arthur national congress for the construc- Bowers gives the starter a hot hon 0f storage reservoirs for irriga tion The fiirht will be carried to the general , committee and prob ably to the floor." If subscribers order the discontinuance of ihws-;Afin-f. tl jmWiRhers may continue to send Uhjo. until all arrearages arepsia. If subscribers refuse or neglect to Uke their news- ribww from the office to which they re tent, tbcj ttHr&erod thein discontinued. If tecrilHsrs move to other places without in forming the publisher, and the newspapers are son' totlie former place of residence they arc then re pn8e!Me . Official Paper of Yuma County tamale they cry, "Bowers lost on 50-and-so and is trying to get even on me stariar. xi duuhi, , How would you. like to be the ice writes that Don de Oro was left at nan? the post ana naa no earnny unuwuc in the race they sov, "Oh, well, he Love is a precipice over the jost nis week's salary on him and maelstrom of marriage. h3 trving to get even." If any news paper man praises the street, they say, "He hit it rich; Housman set him right on BTL, and he can't say anvthing took good about him." If Life is like a game of solitaire tae critic of the drama damns a play ARTICLES OF lNCOKrOKATION. OF The Globe Consolidated Copper Company. a i;Uc in make monev and m w - - he also lies when he makes love. they say, "Lie must have tailed 10 sell his latest comedy to the man ager." If ho lauds an actress they say, "Oh, you know, he's dead stuck on Kitty Bellonie," or whatever her name may be. We will now listen to the man when yu find a mVn bent on telling how it happened at the big aDscribing evil motives to every if th card run right you win'out. Wmnw wns f.rpntefl that man mlirli). nnt, be alone in his cussed' ""t"- ness. slugging mill. one it is safo to set him clown as the soul and origin of the petty mean ness and mastodonic wickednesses which he thrusts upon others. If my editor publishes a doubk-leaded editorial denouncing Plait the motive-mongers say there is a personal nigger in the fence; if he praises Piatt in triple leads they t II I): i .Tv . I I" liOnmhinol" Crv, VODUeryi ieu; wmvixvi What littleness!" I can stand a bad man, a wicked man, a brutal man; but when a man stoops to mean, little things he loses manhood and is lower than a louse. He who can see no honesty in his neighbor is W.tll Astor, in a recent . . f , .j seif.Confessed. biographical sketch says he is of Get out of this habit. Think good Matches (one kind) are made by a $12,000,000 trust, yet they are! cheaper enough to burn. .In the lurid but assorted language r.f fJfnornl F.npan: 1 1 1 ! to with the mosquitos! ' What has become of Lieutenant Hobeon? Hobson's budding repu tation was ruihod' by too much lip other peoples' lps. however. Rudyard Kipling undoubtedly got his wit from his maternal grand father, the Rev. George B. Mac donald, a Wesleyan clergyman. It i.-i r . i l I . II . n 1,1 is related oi tins Drignt umuuuiunu that in the days when he was court ing the lady whom he afterward married the father-in lav; to be an aged Methodist with extremely strict notions in regard to the pro prieties was injudicious enough on one occasion to enter the . parlor without giving any warning of his approach. The consequence wap that he found the sweethearts oc cupying a single chair. Deeply shocked by this spectacle the old man solemnly said: "Mr. Mac donald, when I was courting Mrs. Brown she sat on one side of the room and I on the other." Mac donald's reply: "That is what I should have done if I had been courting Mr3. Brown." Troy Press. Fitzsimmons, like other pugilists, has lived his day, and last night in the eleventh round lowered his standard to James Jeffries of Los Angeles. Spanishjdescent. Well, the Spanish ought not to be blamed for that. thoughts of people, and you will be better and happier. PorE says the proper study of mankind is man, and the able paragrapher rises to remark that the proper study of womankind is "babies. OUR EXPORT TRADE. Tl.e back wall of C. D. Baker's new building is now completed. HenryRandclph and Gus Livingston left this week for Ehrenberg. They carry a full supply ami expect to de volop their gold mine luoated about twenty miles from Ehrenberg on the Colorado rivet'. We notice a recent article on how to avoid reading the news papers. Judging from the ap pearance of some newspapers ought to be an easy task More than five hundred million dollars' worth of farm products were exported in the seven months ending with January, which is more than in the csrresponding months in any year in our history. Ti?e empire of Morocco is the solute!' without a newspaper. What a paradise it would be for gome of California's supersensitive statesmen (?) Morehouse, Works, etal. No Eye Uke the Master's Eye." You are master of your health, and if you do not The treasury report for the month of March shows that the export trade has not been falling off under Protection, but that it is steadily gaining, Jtne total expuntiui , aftenj fQ faty, the blame tS month were over thirty-six mil- . , a Jf Mood ' . lions, which is nearly double what; r q that . v, u ,oo nA ;uf ts out of order, hood s bar- tney were in lumuu, jlouu, v-iii"!. - tt millions greater than in March of ' sapardla WUl punjy it. riM ii i..f Tt, is tlio sDecific remedv for troubles last year. '1 he gain in all depart-1 of Sey8 bowels or liver. ments of manufacture has been , Kidneys-" My kidneys troubled me, steady, and a marked increase is "SiSttStS shown in agricultural implements j Sny ItS and cotton goods, the sale oi me Pittsburg, Pa latter having increased from a little over twenty-seven millions of yards in March, 1898, to forty-five and a mi'M'lor million vn rds in the March most important state that is ab- , . montha JMJClUi u " ..-. of the present fiscal year ending with March the exports of Amer ican manufactures have amounted to $242,883,645, as compared with 208,788,036 in the corresponding months of the preceding year. This result i3 mst gratifying to the and shows that the in- crnfnJoi; Mnrsior " I was in terrible condition from the itching and burning of scrofulous humor. Grew worse under treatment of several doctors. Took Hood s Sarsaparilla and Hood's Pills. These cured me thoroughly." J. J. Little, Fulton, N. Y. 3'&od2 SoMapml Hood's l'Hls cure liver illsjtlie non-irritating and wly" cathattic to take vith Hood's Sarsaparilla. Prof. Poore is now engaged m telling tha world how miscrobes irrnvf. We don't care a continental country, how microbes grow but we would dustries which Protection has built like to droi on to some scheme to up cannot bo confined to the home stop the growth of delinquent sub scribers. Now come reports of numerous deatha by heat in the east, with the thermometer dallying on the shady- side of 100. Yet we think it is market. Protection builds up in dustries which in the end are able to compete in the markets of the world. NOTICE. Governor N. O. Murphy return ed Monday night from Wichita, better to live in a land where the jan ..'where he went to attend the mercury flirts with 110, but is free i meeting of the trans-Mississippi Tom-Quong of the California Re staurant loaves next week for San Erancisco and requests . all those who have bills against him to present the same today (Saturday). Tom Duck will conduct the business in bis ab sence and collect all bills owing to said California Restaurant. from cyclones, proElialions. floods and heat The Santa Fe is going to help Southern California by bringing in Arizona excursionists at one-fare-the-round-trip rate this summer And. incidentally, it will help the Arizonans, too. Pasadena Star Yes, it will h?lp them to deplete their pocket books. The next speaker of the house will be David B. Henderson of Iowa. Mr. Henderson is a brainy man and a successful legislator, and per- bans one ol the ablest men that j. - could be found for the position, but it will be a long time before the equal of big Tom Reed is found. Tun Wasp, published at San Francisco is the best publication of its-kind in the United States. The ciimA to us this wtrtk a thing ,.f i..in(v ar.ti a iov forever. It? name, fcoww. is misnomer as it im none of the characteristics of Vre- warn Hut pleases instead It's easy to RWKVtH S.: 1 1 1,ii,1 o Inrr load up am wNiry mrr iiiii 11 puii4 the wagon wheels with Get a bos and loam why it's the bobt grease ever put o:' en Sold everywhere. Made uy congress. The governor's object was crowned with success if the national congress shall act favor ably upon th.G recommendations ot the trans-Mississippi congress. There were two things the governor especially desired incorporated in the resolutions, recommendations ot statehood and the cession of the 1 J , t of.. l onrl rorri- r i. ..ttnrnf rlp estate of W. II. Hal Jll lll litltLlo ivj luii avuiu J i in iuc tories in which they lie. He be- NOTICE. lieved that that was the only way in which the national government could or would assist in the re clamation of and lands. On ac count' of objections ' in the east i'. wa3 hardly probable that direct aid could be extended for the building of reservoirs. The trans-Mississippi congress was divided on this sub ject. A strong party representing the national hrigation congress favored direct federal aid. Theothcr party advocating the cession of the arid land was headed by Governor Murphy and succeeded in securing the adoption of the resolutions, though lhere was also a resolution ; AtMm of?lie csttttVof Wm. n! Hal f voiillg goYermU.UW aju decease! We, F. S. Ingalls and J. Ij. Redondo, desirinzto incorporate ourselves under the provisions of the laws of the Territory of Arizona, and especially an Act of the Legislative Assembly thereof, entitled "An Act Concerning Corporations," approved March Sth, 1S07, for the purpose of engaging in the lawful enterprise, business pursuits and occupation hereinafter specified, do make, subscribe and ac knowledge according to law, these Articles of In corporation, and declare, I. The name assumed by 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 County Recorder of the County of Yuma, Terri tory of Arizona, and tlio termination thereof ihall 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 y other lawful manner, mines and mining claims, mining stocks, franchises, industrial enterprises, water works, gas works, electrical works, street raihva-s and other commercial enterprises; to develop, operate and maintain mines and mining claims, and deal in negotiations of all kinds, options and bonds; to re- 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 lav 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 the world, or of any County, or municipal or private corporation, wiigon road3, 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 ing in all its branches, borrowing and loaning money, de-ding in all kinds of negotiable paper, including promissory notes, mortgages, real and personal property, stocks, bonds, city, school, county and other warrants, gold, silver, copper, lead and other kinds of bullion, and ore. bills of exchange and other evidencs of debt, and bank able papers; buying, manufacturing, epcrating, selling and dealing in all kinds of electrical ap pliances for driving machinery, as motive power for propelling any and all kinds of mechanical ap pliances when electricity or other power is appli cable; telephone and telegraph lines, and electri cal lights; to transact any and all kinds of business which may be transacted by an individual, to hold, ue 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, he seized of or entitled to, and to hypothecate, mortgage or pledge all or any part of the property of this corporation, or which it may in any manner hercaftcj acquire, and issue its mortgages, bonds, debentures or other written evidences of indebtedness, for the objects and rur- potes herein stated. The Directors of this Corporation shall have full power to purchase mines, mining rights, contracts, options, mill sites, lands, franchises, patent right, 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 ana ueoentures, 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 same force and elfect as if performed by the Board of Directors III. The place where the corporation proposes to have its principal oflicc and place ef business, is in the Village of Yuma, County of Yuma, Territory of Arizona, with a chief branch oliice in the City of New York, and other otficcs at such places as the Board of Directors may establish in London, Paris Havana, San Juan and Porto Kico. IV. The capital stock of this Company shall be Two Million, Five Hundred Thousand Dollars (82,500,000) divided into forty thousand eight per cent (8 per cent ) preferred shares of tho par value of Twenty five Dollars ($25.00) each, and Sixty Thousand (GO, 000) common shares of the par value of Twenty-five Dollars iS?5.00) each; and the time when and condi tions upon which it is to be paid arc a3 follows: The whole thereof immediately upon making subscrip tion therefor, and the said stock shall be fully paid up when issued and shall be non-assessable there afterj and no personal liability shall be attached to the holders of the stock thereof. V. The amount of the par value of cacli share of the capital stock of this Company shall be Twenty-fivi Dollars (-r25.00). VI Thohiffhcst amount of indebtedness or liability director contingent, to which this Company is any time to be subjected, or to subject itself, is the sum of One Million Dollars (.$1,000,000). VII. . The Stockholders of this Corporation and their private property, sliall be exempt from the corpor ate debts of this corporation. VIII. The affairs of this Corporation arc to be and shall be conducted by a Board of Directors, consisting of seven persons who shall be elected annually by 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, or sub scribers to, tho capital stock of this corporation. The following named persons who are subscribers to the capital stock of this corporation, shall con stitute tho Board of Directors of this Corporation, I until the first Wednesday after the first Monday in pril, 1010, and until their successors, dulj quali fied shall be elected or appointed: Frank S. In- ' "all's, ClausV. Meeden, II. A. liirkham, B. L. Mccd en J L. Iledondo, .lac. Simmons, J. II Carpenter. I if aiiv Director shall cease to he a stockholder, he hall cease to be a Director. Vacancies in the Board ' of Directors shall be tilled by the remaining mem bers of the Board. Immediately, or as soon as practical, after the filin" of these Articles in the oliice of the County liccorder of the County of Yuma, the persons here inbefore named as Directors, to serve until the lirat Wednesday after the first Monday in April, 1900, shall meet and organize a Board of Directors, adopt By-Laws, and prt scribe in said By-Laws the method of calling the meeting of the Board of Directors or stockholders. majority of the Board of Directors shall consti tute a quorum of said Board for the transaction of said business. IF SO BE SURE YOUR TICKET READS VIA FROM Through (T F" Coaches Chair Cars Pullman and s Daily. rist 'rami AI5SS BEFORE PUSSCIIASIiVG TICKETS VIA ANT OTI5EK Ecoj For Information Address Nearest Ageni, or: SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY. COMMENCING- Scttitrclay, Jan. 1, 1898. TRAINS WILL LEAVE YUMA AS FOLLOWS: ; M- WAIL?) Mixed yj J Train fnr fJila Rn t Deinini?, EI Paso, and all way stations. WfA 1 1 '4-0 M' (DAILY) "PACI Mh JL X mrtKJ FIC EXPRESS" n t , luii, Liuo -tiugeius, oanta .Barbara, San Ji-ancisco, Sacramento, Portland and North, Ogden and East. ,AA P- M. (DAILY) "NEW 0.JJ ORLEANS tcvppwbcT, for Gila Bend, Maricopa. Tucson, Benson Lordaburg, Deming, El Paso, New Orleans and East via the "Sunset Route " Overland Tickets Soid- Sleeping Car Berths Secured AND Full Information ; HegirdlM Transcontinental ....IOEU uu application Parties can arrange to join the WEEKLY FAMILY EXCURSIONS over the Sunset Route by corresnondinir wftj, For complete information call on or ad . dress. H. W. FILBERT, Agent, Depot, ... , T' aS?31' Gen- Pas- Ag't. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. W. J. BLACK, GEN. PASS. AGT, TOPEKA, KAN. F. B. HOUGHTON GEN'L AGT, EL PASO, TEX. ROOMS, FEOM 50 CENTS TO $1.00 PER DAY Read down Maricopa 4 Phoenix & 8 R V Railroad. PUBLIC TIME TABLE NO. 42. In Effect Thursday, July j, f fio KS 4 . Ail Trains Run by Pacific Stan dard Time. riigmis and Maricopa Division. liO! PC -B Corner Main and Reqncna Sts., From Phoenix. 1 A. F. & P. 8.00 p.m. 8.30 p.m. I8A0 p.m 13.55 p.m. iy.lo p.m 9.04 p.m STATIONS. Lv..Phcenix.Ar' ..lempe . Petersen. Kyrene. Sacaton. ArMaricopa.Lvl From Maricopa 2 A. F. & P. tAO a.m. 7.10 a. m. fl.OO a. m. ff3.45a.m fiB.20a.m. G.C? a. m. PJiceuix & Mesa City Division; Mesa to Special Kates l)y the Week or Month. 4L Frgt&Pass DAILY. Conducted on the European Plan. Headquarters for Alining Men. TONY MESMEPv, Manager. .30 a. m. 8:00 a. m. 8:30 a. m. 1 :30 p. m. 2:00 p. m. 2:30 p. m. STATIONS. Lv. Msa. Ar. TEMPE. Ar : phoenix. " Phoenix to Mesa. Read Up 3 Frgt & Pass DAILY. 10:30 a. ru. 10:00 a. m. 9:30 a. m. 6:00?. m. 5:30 p. m. 5:00 p. m, Sash Doors and Blinds, Cement and Lime, Wrought-Iron Pipe and Fittings. Address, F. L. EWING, Manager, Yuma, A.T. NEARLY Our" It's a long life, but devotion to the true interests and prosperity of the Amer ican people has won for it new friends as the years rolled by and the original mem bers of its family passed to their reward and these admirers are loyal and stead fast today, -with faith in its teaching, and jiond Train Ko. 1 coinpoto nith r,- r -t - - connects with Southern Pacihc train NVi. on vaBut!L ,"-frn Maricopa at 5.36 a" m. -"uu"u ieao Connections made at Phoenix with S. F. if . Ji.lv. for Prescott and Cnnr floffiw m M$sa with stages for t d'ioISndtlys' Tuesdays and Fri terLHi30 P- ? for Florence and at 4 o'clock arm! 10nr3daysad Saturdays I Irams stop on signal. PULL31Ai PALACE SU312JP EV CARS On trains Nos. land 2 hetrceor, Tt,o,; and ATaricoDa. Tickets Sold to all Principal Points ani w - "Vjuiiuuuu. N. K. HASTEN, 0. C. McNEIL. president. Gen'l Snp'et F. B. SANFORD, Gen'l Frt. & Pass. Agt General Offices. P7i oenix, Ariz SANTA FE, PRESCOTT & PHffiNIX RAILWAY WITH THE SANTA FE SYSTEM la the Shortest and Quickest Route to Denv Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago, and ALL POINTS EAST. S. F., P. & P. TIME TABLE. In effect Hay 31, IS97. 3Iountain time is used. TIIROUGII TIME CARD. at IX. The Board of Directors of this Corporation shall hfrl deceased. CALL FOR BIDS FOR MINING PROP ERTY . Sealed bids will be received by J. 1). iin ,i.;n;sf r.V.or of the estate of Win. 11. Unlhprr deceased, on or before the L'Gth j iave power to wtablMi By-Laws, and make all rules lialuert, ueci..iM.u, u , lvnd reirulations deemed expedient for the mana-e- day of June, ISO), at the hour of 10 a'clock Xffai.s ot this corporation, and tho officer a. in", for the purchase of all the nit, title and interest of the above estate in and to the Eureka Quartz Mining claim, situated in the King of Arizona Mining District, County of Yuma, Territory of Arizona, and for the purchase of all right, title and in terest of the said estate in and to the Daisy Dolores Quartz Mining claim, situate in the La Paz Mining District, Yuma county, Arizona, and that at the.hour of 'J o'clock p. in. of said 26th day of June, 1899, at the court room of the Probate Court of said Yuma county, all persons interested may ..mm-ar'and show cause, if any there hv, why any or all of the bids shall be rejected, j SS' Datad this 31st day of May, A . D. lh!)J. 1 (hSAL) c n. BKISLW , .1 . D. UfcLL, congdence in the information which it hrings to their homes and firesides. As a natural consequence it enjo's in its old age all the vitality and vigor of its youth, strengthened and ripened by 1 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 all the news of the State and Nation, the publisher of THE SENTINEL'has entered into an alliance with 'The New York Weekly Tribune" which enables him to furnish both papers at 1 he trifling 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 his local newspaper, as t works constantly and untiringly for his interests in every way, brings to hi.-, home all the news and happenings of his neighborhood, the doings ol Ins 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 Snimr and "N. Y. W kylribune7 One Year for $3.00 CASH 5i' ABJVATCE. Tuesy 5 00p 10 50a thereof, and appoint experts, engineers, attorneys ,m,.. i.i.rsnns to net as aironcs or reireeiiiu- tives of this Company, residing in the Tinted Status .iw,.., .tiii.... IK their salaries and exercise all powers needtul to conduct its business, in all its 111 lwW i.. ,v!t',ii. whereof, we hae hereunto set our hands and seals, this 20th day of March, M. V. P. 1 KG ALL , (se..' J.L. KKDOXDO. (stAb) Tr.URITOllY or Akizona, I Count v of Yuma. Heforc C II. nvinley, Tie of tho District Court of the Third .Judicial District of the Tern tory. at Arizona, in and for tho county of uma oi. th.h daj personally appeared F. S. Ingalls and J. h ltedo.ido, known to n.e to be the persons whoe names are ...i . i. fnri!rniii"r nistiuineut, and ae- i.-...m-iMi.r,vi tn me that they executed the same for .i " i . side. ation therein expressed. u.v. puiiiuw. r ui,l (r,,.,t. this V llilliu u,im j " " Clerk of said Court. t ..i iti.-v. i. 15GHUS aim Vast -MX. ets-eo... iiei-Jrds of umu County, Arizona m.-;..-- V I," M lit VIS. KCCOHilT: ( . JHI, ivniwry. " ' . iK-tuit. Ut-corler. Tuey Tuesy Tuesy Tuesy wean Wedn 00a 9 45a 4 55p HOOp 215a 715a lv. .. San Fran., .ar lv. . .Mohave. ..ar lv..San Diego. .ar Iv.Los Angeles.ar lv.. .Bars tow... ar lv.The Needles.ar lv.. Kingman ..ar ar.. Ash Forlc.lv 6 lop I Tuesy 3 45a Tuesy 1 15p S30a 110a 8 40p 5 07p 13op Mond Mond Tuesy Tuesy wedn Tliurs Thurs Thurs Thjrs SOUTirBoTJlsDT 10 25p 11 30p 2 25p 8 50p 10 40p 6 55a 8 10a 10 50a 1 lOp lv Chicago. . .ar 9 32p .... St. Loui3.... 61bp ...Kansas City... 705a Denver 5 OOp .. Albuquerque .. 10 25p llolbrook.... 150p Winsiow-.... 12 02p Flagstaff 1015a Ash Fork..lv I 7 40a Hen Mon "Wedn Wedn Wedu Tuesy Mon Moc Mon Mono Mond I north koffsr? XO 3 I NO 1 Pas I Pas I STATIOX3. XO 2 I Pas NO 4 Pas 7 45a 8 45a 9 50a 10 15a 12 30p 145p 2 40p 3 35p 3 50p 4 43p 4 5Sp 5 31p 6 26p 6 46p 7 06p 8 09p S 4Sp 9 30p 11 OOp 11 lip 11 24p 1145p Lv..Ash Fork.Ar ...Rock Butte... Del Rio .Jerome Junction, ar ... Prescott ... lv lr... Prescott... ar ... .Summit .... arSkull Valley.lv lv. Skull Valley.ar .... Kirkland.... ...Date Creek... Congress . . .. Wickenburg .. Peoria .... Glendale . ...Alhambra.... Ar.. Phoenix. .Lt 6 50a 5 50a 4 50a 4 2Sa 3 35a 3 20a 248a 146a 126a 1214a UlSp 10 S2p S42p 319p 8 06p 7 50p 8 50p 5 50p 4 50p 3 50p 2 OOp- Write Your Saaic and adurcss on a a'ostai card, seuu nto ico W. ICewi, 'i'rilMiiae 0Iacc, Xgav orli City, sintl a sample copy ofl'SHlS ZVKW-Y05S54. WKHiSitiY 'i'l&I 2t Avill lc mailed to you. 1SS)!V.. '5 ? i-" is 1:2,1 NOTICE TO CRED1TOKS. Notice is hereby given by John M. Speese. executor of the estate of Frank Vomocil, deceased, to the creditors of, and all per sons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouch ers, within ten months after the publica tion of this notice, to said executor, at his oliice in the County Court House, in Yuma, County of Yuma, Territory of Arizona, the same being the place for the transac tion of the business ox said" estate in Yuma County, Arizona. Dated thin ISth day of May, A. D. 1S99 JOli-N M. SPEESE, Executor of aW Erte Kh. pirK isn 29, 23l:9. Dining station. The scenic line of Arizona. The best rout t California. The only North and South line in Arizona to the Grand Canon of the Colorado Petrified Forest Great Pine Forest, Cliff Dwelling! Great Salt River Valley and other peiuts of in terest. Through tickets to all points in the United States, Canada and Mexico. No. 2 connects at Jerome Junction with trains of the U. V. & P. Ry for Jerome. Connecting at Prescott with stage lines for aU principal mining camps; at Congress Junctlo? with Congress Gold Co. R. R. for Congress, and stage lines for Hardua Hala. Stanton and TanteU. at Phoenix with the M. & P. & S. R. V. B, R. foi points on the S. P. R. R. Train for California leaves Ash Fork at 1:35 p.m. arriving in Los Anceles next morning at 8:30 and San Francisco same evening at 6:15. Train tor the cast leaves Ash Fork at 7:40 a. m. F- M. MURPHY, GEO. M. SARGENT, Pres. & Gen. Mgr. Gen. Frt & Pps. Ast . Prescott. Ariz. Pres-, Ariz R. E. WELLS, E. W. GILLETT, Asst. Gen. Mgr. Gen'l Agent, Piescott, Ariz. 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