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WEDNESDAY. FEB. 28, 1900.
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Several esteemed friends of the Sun have called to urge that the suggestion that San Diego organ ize a railroad company with the avowed purpose of constructing a road from this city to Yuma be pushed until it is taken up by the chamber ot commerce or by a com mittee of representative citizens It is conceded by everybody that this road is San "Diego's greatest need, and it is believed by many that it is entirely within San Diego's power to cause the road to be constructed The value of the land grant to be obtained by the company which will construct the road, is now fo the first time being appreciated by the San Dieso nublic. With a few- miles of road constructed on thi side of the desert, and wUh that land grant secured, it is held tha there could be enough oonds issued and sold to finish the rest of the road. The question seems to be at leas worthy of serious consideration and investigation San Diego Sun. IRRIGATION AROUKO YUMA. A nnrresnondent writes from Glamid, Cal: "The southwestern corner of Ari " siDuais experiencing quite an irri nation boom. South of Yuma, be tween that place and the Mexican line, all the irrigable land, some 1-2,000 acr.es, has been taken up within the past year and is being subjected to irrigation through the medium of a large gravity ditch and two pumping plants. "But the most promising field in - that line is the Cibola colony, which is located some sixty-five miles north of Yuma, by river steamer, and thirty-five miles north of Glamis, on the Southern Pacific Railroad, by wagon road. 6:In the autumn of 1S93 a company was incorporated tor the purpose of irrigating 22.000 acres of land im mediately adjoining the Colorado River, and orperations on a large gravity ditch were commenced and rapidly pushed to.com pletion. Water was sold to each settler, on the basis of on6 share to each forty acres, at the price of $100 per share, and before the expiration of a year the entire 500 shares of the incorpora tion were sold to bona fide settlers. "Finding, however, that the first ditch was not large enough to sup ply water for the entire colony, the settlers concludsd that a second ditch was necessary and immedi ately set about obtaining it. As a result, Contractor Seeley of Santa Paula, for the nominal sum of $10, 000, is constructing a "canal" to bo fifty feet wide at the point where the water is to be taken from the river, and fifteen miles long. It will have an average depth of three feet of water when the river is at its lowest. About thirty-five teams, with scrapers and plows, are now engaged at this work. "The soil is a dark, rich loam, which has been washed down and deposited by the water? of the river; and the ground is thickly covered with mesquite trees and underbrush. Last summei's experiments prove that corn, alfalfa, sorghum, and vegeiables thrive abundantly. "Since there are something like 400,'GOO acres of land of this quality on the Colorado River between Yuma and Needles,-all irrigable for ihfi most nart bv s -vity ditch, and nthrrwise bv a nam ping plant, the experiment" oi the Cibola colony , vrz being tratcbocl wilh-much in -1 UEStOCHATiC CONTENTION. The place for the holding of the territorial democratic convention as not yet been decided upon, and there is a movement on foot to have the same held in Yuma. John Gandolfo has donated the use of his hall free, and other steps necessary will be taken. Yuma heretofore has been neglected by the conven tions, and with a small amount of well directed energy the democratic convention can be brought to this place. The convention here will be of great benefit to the town and of equal benefit to the delegates. While we cannot promise to do so much for the democrats on election day, we will certainly give the del egates to the convention the best we have in town, and that is saying considerable. The business men of Yuma should get together with out delay and decide upon some concerted action, regardless of poli tics, and forcibly place before the Territorial democratic committee Yuma's right's and privileges. Get after them, gentlemen. The industrial growth of the south is puzzling to those states men who have always opposed the national policies which have made this arowth nossiMe. In time the people in Dixie will learn to ap preciate the principles upon whicl their industrial nrosneritv is to rest. Yuma County Records. Official bond of A. M. Foster as notarv tmblic: J. E. Devine and M Winsor, sureties. Mining location notices of the Blue Prince, La Plata.El Oro, Yuma Queen sind Yuma Princess quartz claims in Plomosa mining district by Eugene .l-ipksnn. Williard Bondurant and Win. Be-r. Deed from Pablo Figuerca to P. B Hodges for lots 13 and 14, block 117 villaee of Yuma: consideration.. $150 Articles of Incorporation of th Providence Oil company, by Warren fiillelen. E. C. Buell, A. II. Conger and W. H. Fuller. Mining location notices of the Ari zona Flag quartz claim in the King of Arizona mining district bv Amos A.dams and A. S. Jenkins. Affidavit of annual assessment work on the Jennie Lind Garfield and Ret Cloud quartz t-laims in the King o Arizona mining district by John Mc Kee. Deed to one-fourth interest in th Bee Cave and Honey Comb quart claims in the King of Arizona miuin f:;5tri.t. from Frank Murell to C. E Eichelbeiger, consideration, $200. T)ppA from Archie Priest to C. E Eichelberger for one-fourth intere in the Bee Cave and Honey Com auartz claims in the King of Arizona mining district, consideration, $205 Deed from J. W. Dorrmgton to Jen nie Mea-le to lot 9, block 7, village of Yuma; consideration $750. Mining location notice of the Grand View lode claim in the Ellsworth min ing district by Micheal Dolan and Jas. Prendergast. Water location notice in the Cibola valley by S. B. Sealey. Land location notice of the NW Sec. 17, Tp. 10 S , R. 24 W., G. & S. R. M. by Charles Theobald. Mining location notices of the Blue Eyed Nellie, Copper Wave, Henrietta, Mountain View Sunrise and Sunset quartz claims in the Planet mining district by Horatio Riley, Alexander Tnmey and E. S. Blasdel. Mining location notice of theBonan za quartz claim King of Arizona min ing distrct by Max Colm and Dan Brislin. Water location notice near Yuma by the Colorado Valley Canal & Levee Company. Mining location notices of the Ora Fina and Grand Central quartz claims in the Free Gold mining district by R. W. Sparks. Hotel Arrivals. S. P. HOTEL, Among the arrivals at the S. P. Hotel this week are: C K Clarke, S PER; AW Tow, San Francisco; Harry J Jones, Chica go; Frank Hunephreys, Los Angeles; F S Lewis, (Jbarles F. Sbcrinan and wile, New York;Hosia Keen ey and wife. Breckenridge, Mo.; Fred Martin, Fortuna; C. E. Donnatin, V. T. John s ton, II Kearney, Los Angeles; Jeff McElaine.San Bornardino; FA Bogart, Los Gatos, Oito Raiser, Los Angeles V J Stevens, L. A; J F Waddell, Tuc son; J S O'Brien, F S Munn and wife, Sacramento; P C Van Bushkirk, Mon roe, Wash.; W E. Robinson, San Fran cisco; PR Conireras, Tucson; GO Brown, Fi rttina; H W Bird, Yuma; C C Smith, San Fran'co; W T Jones, S. F.;Con P Clonic. Fortuna; H M Carpenter, Banning; Thus Biggins, J Vosrugh, Loa Angeles; AW Schmidt City, K Allyn Lewis, Phosnix ; Eugene ( Ives, Yuma; F C Collins, L F Collins, j Fresno; A Jeske, Los Angeles , Felix Coblenlz, S. P.; E E Anderson, Tuc- Washington's IJirthday. Washington's birthday was last Thursday more or less observed in Yuma. The Stars and Stripes were conspicuous waving from the public buildings and from many business louses. During the afternoon the lose company and the- hook and lad der company of the fire department were out for a drill. The run was made down Main street, the ladders run up on the Modesti building and a couple of streams of water turned on from the plug in front of the building. t he ladders were run up and streams of water spouting from the hose at the top of the building in a. surprisingly short time, the boys demonstrating their ability to combat any fire which might start in the city. It might be remarked parenthetical ly that the fire patrol should he pres- ut at drills and keep the kids and coyole3 out of the streets, curing the sprint of the hose cart Thursday a half dozen kids were run down, and the speed of the company were blocked by the crowd. The grand ball of the department took place at Elk's hall in the evening and was a grand success, both socially and financially. A large crowd was present and all went merry as a mar riage bell until an early hour in the morning. The press of Arizona have con cluded to stand together on busi ness interests and to oppose every scoundrel in Arizona who considers it his duty to strike a blow at the newspapers of Arizona. Gazette. Dun & Co.'s statement that bus iness is 40 pru- cent better than it was a year ago is not a campaign lie, but a statement of cold fact. Advertised Letters. List of Letters remaining unclaimed in Yuma Postoffice week ending Feb. 28, 1900, Armenta, Sra Ysabel Cabreras, Gabriel Carlson. P A Hart, IlobtC2 McClure, K J Ramos, Feliz Richardson. Ben Espinoz, Jesus McGarry, Myles Orosco, Genero Randle, J T 2 Sonoqui, Rafael Weaver, Mis Nolly Turna, J Persons calling for the above letters will please say, "Advertised." R. W -HANDLER, P. M. NOTICE. Pnrsnant to Act No. 5S of the Nineteenth Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona notice is hereby given that on bat- urdav. the 24th day of March, A. D., between the hours often o'clock a. m. and three o clock p. in., in front of the County Court House, in Yuma, in the County of Yuma, Territory of Arizona, I will sell at public auction as required by law the real property as shown by and described in the dolincment tax list of Yuma County Tern- torv of Arizona, for the year 1899, upon which property the tax for said year is a den. except such property, the taxes on which have been paid, unless the taxes ,iin0,if rn?e.ther with the costs and percentages are paid. Dated this 28th day of February, A. D 1900. D. L. DEVANE. m onri pr-Ofliuio Tax-Collector of Yuma C ounty, Territory of Arizona. Territory of Arizona, i gg County of Yuma, ) I D. L. DeVano, Treasurer andex-Ofhcio Tax-Collector of Yuma County, Territory of Arizona, do solemnly swear that I have made a true, full and correct account and list of all persons and property owingtaxes on the third Monday in December, 1899, for the year, 1899, as appears from the dupli cate assessment roll for the said county for the year 1899. D- L. DcVANE. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 21th day of February, A. J). 1900. C. L. BROWN, Notary Public. U1M0HS. YTITR! DISTRICT COURT OF THE Third Judicial District oi rne ieiniuiy of Arizona, in and lor the county oi Yuma. Narciso Moreno, Plaintiff. vs. Porfiria Moreno, Defendant. Action brought in the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Terri tory of Arizona, in and for Yuma County and the complaint in .aid Yuma County, in the ollice of the Clerk of said District Court. In the name of the Territory of Arizona to Poriina Moreno, Defendant, greeting: You are hereby summoned and required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff, in the Dis trict Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory oi .Arizona, in ium n 1 umu Count v; and answer the comp aint therein filed with the Clerk of tlm said Court, at Yuma, in said Comity, within ten days nftn- thn service upon you of this Sum mons, if served in this said County, or if served out ol tnissaiw uum.v a"" this said Judicial District, then within twenty davs thereafter, or in all other cases within thirty days thereafter, the. times above mentioned being exclusive of the dav of service, or judgment by default will be "taken against you. Given under mv hand and seal of the District Court of the Third Judicial Dis trict of the Territory of Arizona, in and for Yuma County, lliis 17th day of Febru ary, A. D., 1900. (seal j C. H. BRINLEY, Clerk of said District Ceurt. First pub. Feb. 21, 1900. The California Resfaura I UUUft. IIU JNGlUt. The best 25c raeul in town. All the delicacies the market affords. Board by the week, $5.00. Private rooms for Ladies. Poutry, Oysters, ish in and Game Season "Example is Better Than Precept' It is not what we say, bat what Hood's Sarsaparilla does, that tells the story. Thousands of testimonials are examples of what Hood's has done for others, and what it will do for you Scrofula " Running scrofula sorea made me shunned by neighbors. Medical treatment failed. A relative urged mc to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. Did so and in few months the sores completely healed." Mrs. J. M. Hatch, Etna, N. H. Inflammatory Rheumatism-" Two attacks of the grip left me with inflamma tory rheumatism. Am 89 years old, but Hood's Sarsaparilla cured me and I can climb stairs and walk anywhere." J. Love iand, 373 Fargo Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. Otl2 SoUakWillia Hood's Pills cure liver Ills; the non-irritating and only cathartic to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. ARTICLES VENTURA OF INCORPORATION of the PETROLEUM ?JINING COMPANY. We, the undersigned, for the purpose of forming a Corporation under Chapter j.. Title 12 of the Revised Statutes of the Ter ritory of Arizona, to transact the business hereinafter mentioned, do adopt the fol lowing Articles of Incorporation. FIRST, The names of the Incorporators are Mary Walters, Walter H. Wren and A. S. Parks. The name of the Corporation is, The Ventura Petroleum Mining Company, and the principal place for transacting business shall be at Yuma in Yuma County, in the Territory of Arizona, but . the Corporation proposes to carry on business in Ventura County, in the State of California, and at such other places in said State and in the other States and Territories of the united States as may be found necessary. The Corporation will have a main oflice and a stock transfer office at Los Angeles, in the State of-California. SECOND, The general nature of the business pro posed to be transacted is drilling for Oil, developing Oil, Asphaltum and other min erals, transporting and refining Oil, or oth erwise nrenaring the same tor market, ana to acquire, purchase, hold, improve, work and operate, lease, sell and convey uu Wells, Oil and Mineral lands, and to erect all machinery and buildings necessary to procure or purchase water or water rights, to construct ditches, flumes or pipe lines to convey water for the use of the said Com panyto issue, sell and convey stock, bonds or mortgages, to purchase, acquire and hold, or sell and convey real or personal property of whatsoever kind, and to do all things necessary to carry on the business of the company. THIRD, The amount of Capital Stock authorized is Two Hundred Thousand Dollars (.200,- 000). to be divided into Two Hundred Thousand shares of the par value of One Dollar each. FOURTH, The Corporation will begin business on the fifteenth day of February, 1903, and will terminate fifty years from that date FIFTH, The affairs of this Corporation will be conducted bv a Board of Directors, con sisting of Five persons, including a Presi dent, Vice President, Secretary and Treas urer, and at the option of the Board of Di rectors an AssistantSecretary, an Assistant Treasurer and an Executive Committee Elections of Directors shall be held annual lv on the second Monday in January, and Elections of Orfice'rs at the first meeting of the Board of Directors thereafter, SIXTH, The highest amount of indebteclnes or liability to which this Corporation shall subject itself is Fifty Thousand Dollars C$50,000.00j. SEVENTH. The private property of the members of this Corporation shall be exempt from corporate debts . EIGHTH. Among the powers of this body, oorpor ate shall be: 1. To have perper.tual succession. 2. To sue and be sued by the Corporate name. 3. To have a common seal, and alter tne same at pleasure. 4. To render the shares or interests of the Stock holders transferable, and prescribe the mode of making such transfers. 5. To exempt the private property of members from liability for , Corporate debts. 6. To make contracts, acquire and transfer prop erty, possessing the same powers in such respects as private individuals now enjoy. 7. To establish By-laws and make all rules and regulations deemed expedient for the management ot their attairs, not inconsistent with the Constitution and Laws of the United States, and the Terri tory of Arizona. In Witness Whereof: "We have here unto set our hands and Seals, this First day of February, One Thousand Nine Hundred. " MARY WA LTF.RS. ( Seal ) WALT EH H. WREN, (Sealj A. SAM'L PARKS, (Seal) State of California, I County of Los Angeles.) On this second day of February, in the vear of our Lord One Thousand Nine Hun dred before me, Frank M. Kelsey. a No tary Public, in and for said Los AngHes County, residing therein, duly commis sioned and sworn, personally appeared Marv Walters, Walter H. Wren and A. S. Park's, known to me to be the persons whose names arc subscribed to the within instrument. and acknowledged that thev executed the same. Witness my hand and Notarial seal. (Seal) FRANK M. KELSEY, Notary Public in and for Los Angeles County, State of California. Received for record February 5th, 1900, 1 at 9 a. m. at request of Walter H. Wren. necorueu in isook; io. ui juuhus uuu Agreements page 400 et seq., Records of Yuma Couutv, Arizona Territory. (Seal) V. E. MARVIN, Recorder. helps the team.Saves wear andjl T T jf MgjL STANDARD! GO. ggi i-i IsA A A H I !izrrzrijz: i nrouan uc First pub. Feb. 11,4900. m AS 5X m WHY NOT EATA BISCUIT IF SO BE SURE YODR TICKET READS 'ell " is&sJ FROM Toons! Sleepers Daily. TSMiS CA3S2J BEFORE PEJIXCMASaiVW TICKETS VIA A-VY T1IE52 KOSJTE, For Information Address Nearest Agent, or: F. B, HOUGHTON, GEN'L AGT, EL PASO, TEX. Corner JHaiu and ROOMS, FROM 50 OEjSTTS TO $1.00" PER DAY Special Rates by Conducted on the European Plan. Headquarters for Mining Men. TONY MESMEPv, Manager. Sash Doors and Blinds, Cement j? lttinga. Address, F. L. EWTNG, NEW i UtiUX j , T 13 ST ET Iff M I BE" bb LLbL b E. F3SDAY. PRACTICALLY A DAILY, And the Cheapest Known A new and remarkably attractive publication, pro'usely illustrated with portraits and half tones; contains all the striking news features of the Daily Tribune. Special War Dispatches, Domestic and Foreign Correspond ence. Short Stories, Humorous Illn- ftrations, Industrial Information, P.ialiinn "NTotfi Aorw'nlturnl M:ittrrs carefully treated, and comprehensive Department, Schntilic and Median and Reliable Financial and Market icai Information, Fashion Articles fur Reports. It is mailed at same hour as the daiiv edition, reaches a large proportion of subscribers on date of issue, and each edition is a thoroughly up to date daily family newspaper for busy pftoplo Regular subscription price, $l.t0 per Year. We furnish it with the Sentinel for $2.75 per Year. -TJMA, m TOE YUMA BAKEItY PASO, acoes biiair uars Pisfmian and 3T W. J, BLACK, GEN. PASS. AGT, TOPEKA, EAN.' Eefiueua Sts., CALIF. the Week or Month. and Lime, Wrought-Iron Pipe and Manager. Yuma, A.T. PUBLISHED ON THURSDAY. For over fifty eight yearjTa National Family Paper for farmers and villa gcis,.wliose readers have represented the very best element of our country population. It gives all Lhe important news of the nation and world, the most rolia- ble Market Eeporte, Faaciuating Short Stories, an unexcelled Aencultural u,e Women, Humorous illustrations for the old and young. It is the " people's paper" fur the entire United gtatea Regular subscription price,' $1.00 er Ynr. We furnish it with the Sentinel for $.55 per Year. A. T. SOUTHERN PACIFIC OOHfm COMMENCING Saturday, Jan. i, 1898. TRAINS WILL LEAVE YUMA 61 M- (DAILY) Mixed' Jt- tJ Train for Gila Bend. Tucsoo? Demins, El Paso, and all way stations.' 1 1 AH A- M- (DAILY) "PAI X X .tfcJ FIC EXPRESS" for Col. ton, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, San lrancisco, bacramento, Portland ancTv North, Ogden and East. w ..An P.M'- (tfAILY) "NEW. J JJ ORLEANS TSYPRttSS'i for Gila BencT, Maricopa, Teon, BensoaV Lordabarg, Deming, El Paso, New Orleans and East via the 'Sunset Route." Overland Tickets Sold- Sleeping Car Berths Secured JSKD Full Information rieaanUna Tr9nV.n.....i.-' Routes Furnished on Application Parties can arrange to join tha" WEEKLY FAMILY EXCURSIONS over the SunsetKonte by corresponding witix For complete information call on op n-dl' dress, H. W. FILBERT, Agent, Depot, - v T. H. GOODMAN, Gen. Pass. Ag't. SAN FRANCISCO': CAL. Maricopa & Phoenix &- S R V Bailroad. PUBLIC TIME TABLE NO. 41. In Effect Thursday, July 1 1897. Alt Trains Run by Pacific Stan-" dard Time. SW. STATIONS. Mjggp S.OO p.m. Lv..Phcenix.Ar 7.40 a. ni. Sto0 p.m. Terape.... 7.10 a.m. 18.40 p.m ....Petersen.... f7.00a.m. S' P'm .Kyrene.... fB.45a.m f9.15 p.m. . .Hacaton... f8.20a.m. .Q4 p.m. ArMancopa.Lv 6.C3a.m. PhcBnix & Xtesa City Division. Mt to r- Phoenix " T?iS,?mX- to Mesa. Read down 1ead Dp J5TATIONS. F 4 3 FrSSfaSS Frgt&Paia DAIL1- DAILY. 7 .SO a. m. Lt. hjsa. At. 10:30 a.m. Sm- 10:00 a. ra. 8:30 a.m. 9:30. m. " TEMPE. & i:P-m- 6:00 p.m. 200 P-m. . 5:30 p.m. t:dO p. m. A; phoekix. " 5:00 p. ra, Train No. 1 connects with Southern Pa- s5a.&pf9A.eastbonnd leam Mari-" Tram No. 2 connects with Southern' Pacific train No. 20, Westbound, leaving Maricopa at 5.36 a. ra. ' Connections made at Phoenix with 8. F.. P. & P. R it. for Prescott and Congress. Goldneld, Mondays, Wednesdays and Frit. teaT 2A30 pVura-or Florece and. atfomT&ThUrSday8and tiatUrda f Trains stop on signal'. PlTiXittAIV PALACE StEEP inr cars On traina Nds. 1 and 2 between Phoenix and Maricopa. Tickets Sold to all Principal Points sa' Baggage Oheclced to Destination; N. K: MASTEN, C. C. McNEIL. President. Gen'l Sup'et F. B. SANFOKD, Gen'l Frt. fc" Pass. Agt C nner al Offices phoenix. Ariz SANTA FE, PRESCOTT & PH(EKIX R'AItWAV WITH TUK SANTA FE SYSTEM la th Shortest and Quickest Route to Dnr Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago, and ALL POINTS EAST. S. F., p; & P. TIME TABLE; In effect May 31, IS97. Mountain time Is used. THKOUOU TIJtB CARD. Mond I 5 00p Tuesy 1 10 60a lv- nFran...ar lv... Mohave. ..ar 6 15p I Tuoay' 3 45a I Tueay Tuesy Tuesy Tuesy Tuesy Wedn Wedn 1 00a lv...San Diego. .ar lr.Lcs Angeles.ar Iv...Bartow...ar lr.TheXeedles.ar lv.. Kingman t.ar ar.. Ash Fork..lv 0 45a, 4 5Sp llOOp 215a 7 15a 1 15p 8 30a 110a S40p 5 07p 135p Mon Mon Mond Mond Tuesy Tuesy Wedn Thurs Ihurs Thurs Thors 10 25 p 11 SOp 2 25p 8 SOp 10 40p 0 55a SlOa 1010a lv.. ..Chicago ..a .... St. Louis ... ...Kansas'CIty.. Denver ... . . .. Albuquerque . .... Uolbrook .. Winsiow... 0 32p Olip 7 05a 5 OOp lilp 1 50r 12 02p' 10 15a 7 40a Wedn Wedn Wed Tuesy Mon Moc Mon Mono Mond iCnIT ..Flagstaff..... 1 lor i ar..Aih Fork.Jv SOCTlTBoONTf NO 3 Pas NO 1 Pas STATIONS. "50 2 Pas NO 4 Pas ' 7 45a , 8 45a 9 50a 10 15a 12 80p 1 45p Lv..Ah Forlc.Ar 2 40p ..Rock Butte... 6 50a 5 50a 4 5oa BBOp . 5 50p 4 SOp 3 50p' 2 00? 3 85p .Del Rio. 3 SOp 4 4Sp 4 68p" 6 31p P28p 6 46p 7 06p 8 09p 8 46p 9 SOp 11 OOp 11 lip 11 24p 1145p .Jerome Junction. r...Pro3cott...lv lr... Prescott... ar Summit-.... ar'Skull Valley.lr lv.Skall Valley.ar .... KIrkland ... ...Date Creek... Congrege WIckenburg .. Fvoria...... .... Glendale .... Alhambr. . . . Ar.. Phoenix. .Lv 4 2a S3Sa 3 20a 2 4Sa 148a 126a 12 14a lllSp 10 SSp 8 42p 819p S Cp 7 SOp Dining station. The scenic line of ArlionaJ The be-t romte i Calitornia. The only North and South line in Arizona to the Grand Canon of the Colorado. Petrified rorest Grat Pine Fort, Cliff Dwelling! Great Salt P.iver Valley and other poIuU of In terest. Through tickets to all points In tha UniUi States, Canada and Mexico. No. 2 connects at Jerome JunoikB with iratas of the U. V. & P. Ry for Jerome. Connecting at Prescott with stage lines for al principal mining camps; at Congress JuncMoa with Congress Gold Co. It. R. for Congress, and stage lines for llardua HsJa Htaaton and YaneD; at Phoenbc with the M.& P. & S. R. T. R. K. foi ooints on the S. P. R. R. Train for California leaves Aah Fork at 1:3C p.m. arriving in Los Anzelea next morning at 830 aad an Francisco same evening at ;li. Train fr the east leaves Ash Fork at 7:40 a. m. F-M. MURPHT, GEO. M. SARGENT, Pres. & Gen. Mgr. Gen. Frt. & Pass. Aft Prescott. Aria. Prescott, Arir R. E. WELLS, E. W. GILLETT, Asst. Gen. Mgr. Gca'l Agr.ni, Piesoott, Ariz. Phoenix, Aril. MADE ME A MAN AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY C A. ZJO Iferoo u Dioaat enrol Diwoiu- arm m ng 07 Abuse or- other xeeesee.and restore Greuon ixrt VltsUtr.ia, ol d or younr. a55 taken in time. Ihefarnje shows lmmtoiacrani. ment and effects & CHTRF! v. -11 Ezz iirr slt upon having tbo gcanlne AJax Tablets. TSSr bffre cured thousands and will pare ypaT WeaiT etS Itira written goaranteo tc effect a cin .KKTC is. each ease or refund the monar. Price 0vWl9(Mr .iifow&k." L X' roes.