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SfryjrtDAy, Jtjnjs, 20, 1891.
BASjgjJq on wind is becoming a-
flrmingly common. It iMgb po well
to givo sevoral of tlis .wi of bankers
in opportunity Jo .daneo a jig on the
' ' ' ' -TpE
head of .tho great Northern
facJCo railway system is only forty
years old. Ho began his railway career
"ps a surveyors rodman, who wfluld not
m proud .to Ijve ;n a, country whore
such ptygross is possible.
Mr. Blaise ha got tho y.,0. T. JJ.
nftor him, and ho will probably find it
pipro tro.ublosome fjian tho gout. The
Radios objecf to Ills efforts for the ;n,
troduction of American beer and whis
Jpy into South and Central America.
Fenkikotow, tho air-ship inventor,
pow says that ho will make his first
pstondiod trip m t-kP Fjr$ of July
llo doesn't say whether ho will
fravel by rail or boat, so that it is
fair to assume that he actually ex
pects to go Jn his air-ship.
Represextative'McCukary; of IJen
fucky, js strongly in favor of the elec
tion of prcsidont and yico president
pnd United State? senators .by direct
yote of tho peopfo and so are about
peven out of ovpry ten men whoso
opinions are asked.
No rcaljy great rnovoroent ever
anguished for any great length of
tirap for lack of a great leader, although
pno Jflight suppose to tho contrary
?vhen considering tho performances of
Borne of the long eared individuals who
jn tho constant upheavals in this coun
pry get a momentary notoriety.
Trip great city newspapers are, as
psual at this spason of jthe year, wast
ing much space in telling tho formers
how Jo profitably run their farms. As
reciprocity is tho order of he day
fho farmers should dovote some of
Jheir spare time, If they pver get such
a commodity, to telling the editors
pi the big dailies how to run their
papers, Tho advice in one caso would
po equally as valuablo as n the other.
Tor years it has been stated and
ro-statod in the columns of presumably
ifcll informed newspapers that Sir
John McDonald was the only obstacjp
to tho peapoful annexation of Canada
to tho Unitod States. Now that Sir
John U dead we shall watch with in
terest tho movements of the annex
ationists both in Canada and tho
JJnitod Spates in order to ascertain
iow much truth there was in those of J
Senator Sherman's proposed now
jresidenco in "Washington vjll not be
built until the Ohjo legislature lias do
pided upon hj3 successor. Moantinio
fho Seriator will dovote hnpxclusive
attention to fencing jti thaf recently
orpctod Ohjo Varn- Snator Shernjan
Jjai a gqQd tnemory, and has not for?
(jottoji t)B pnrt a now and olegant
rcsidisnoo in "Vashington took in retir
jng tljo ato Secretary Windom from
the JnJted gttQs senate a fpy years
)Xy. might all jirolit by tho follow
jng pointed and pithy utterance. You
liquid either run your tovji with a
yiin or get up and leavo it. Men
' yho nro all tho time' wanting to get
puf of town will never try to build it
pp. Qnq of two things must bo done.
J'ush thjngi fjni a wuy or rpakp a way
Jo put '.'gp'? jfjo tjlO business, ru tbp
nv'i for. all there is in it, get up
tpim and kccp it up, or quit
fho whole thing, vamoio tho
pinph. RJiijo put and let naturo havo
IThese words of President Folk of
,fho Nptiojial Farmers AJlfanc.o are at
this Jimo SMgtiestivo: "We are not
" rpakjn-,' wF on any political party,
but simply teaching tho people how to
net rqlicf as laid tjpwn Jjy our plat-
;form." Ap4 for s0'r? months to
pome Vrosldent folic will paKO a nana
yj. personally in teaching the people."
ipiero arp to po jarge roas mepungs
Jield ij f(jrty States this snmmcr, be
pides a corps pf spoakcrs are to kaep
ponstantly on hand addressing small
meetings in issolated communitips.
-'Whatever is'the outcome this'ccrtainly
Thk republicans ,of NOhio hayo fpnvj
inatod JdxjKinley far Govornor, 'fbs
,repu,lj!icans of jtlmt stato fay Up W'tf
b,o elected. Jtlis nomination is ,cy?i
entry the fault of the tariff $11.
The railroad .coi,aro.ission of this
territory js composed of E. I). Gage, of
Oochiso jcounty; G. "V. Beecher, of
lohayp; L. B. Lightlmor, of tyarjeppa
and John S. O'Briou, of Piroa,
Thk Arizona Constitutional conven-
tion will bo composed of 13 domocrats
and 0 republicans. ' Tho democrats
wilj havo a safo working majority,
and Jet us hope thoy will do botter'j
than tlioir co-religionists djd fa Noj,v
Mexico last October. Is Vegis frco
The appointment of G. W. Beecher,
9f Moha.ve county, as ono of the rail
road commissioners of this Territory
is an eminently fit ono. Mr. Beecher
is a successful merchant of Kingman,
and an old resident of tho Territory.
Mr. Beecher h a fair mindpd man
and will at all times bo found doing
the right thing for tho people,
TE Btiird of Supervisors aro labor
ing under a good many difficulties in
getting the affairs of tho now county
in good running order. They aro do
ing tho best they can under tljo cir
cumstances nnd in a fpw months ovary-1
thing will be running as smoothly, as
such things usually run. Tho tax
payers should not criticize them too
harshly but givo them timo to start
tho affairs of the county proporly.
The (Jcmoumtjc souators and (ho
democratic editors aro nqt in accord
concerning tho desirability of again
making Mr. Clovojand tho standard
bearer of that party. Jf there js a
single democratic Senator who cham
pions the cause of Mr. Cleveland ho is
doing it so quietly that wo Jjavo not
heard of him, wjiilo nearly oypry demo
cratic Senator has put liimtejf on rec
ord as believing that Mr- .Cleveland
should not bo nominated. Pemocratic
editors, particularly thoso pontrolling
country papers, which as a rujo closely
represent the opinions of their con
stituents, appear to think that Mr.
Cleveland will, and should be nomin
ated, i I
tTjrni oar Bee'itarOorroponilent.)
"WAsmsaTp.v, Juno 10, 189 J.
Mr. Harrison might well have
cried, ''save me from my friendSi"
when the negro ex-congressman, J.
M. Langston, got himself interviewed
for the purpose of saying that the
main issue of the next campaign
would be the "Force bill," and that
Mr. Harrison was the strongest liv
ing advocate of (hat measure, and
more of the same sort, it is only
necessary for Mr. Harrison to en
dorse this position to kill himself as
dead as if he never had existed. The
democratic national committee would
probably pay Langston to keep it up
on this line, as thev are just hanker
ing to make thp "Force bill" one of
the issues of the campaign.
The state department has placed a
special train at the disposal of the
diplomatic corps, and ycterday
mornjng all of the countries whose
representations happened to be jn
town werp figuratively put aboard a
Pullman and started for Chicago,
where they will be shown what has
been done towards the great exposi
tion. It is expected t)at this visit
wilj be productive of much gpod.
director General Davis of the
World's I'air, yas here this week
consulting with department of)jcals
as to the government exhibit at the
exposition, and perfecting arrange
ments for sending a commission
abroad for the purpose qf interesting
foreign manufacturers aiii ir)irchants
in the exposition. He snyi succers
is already ustjre,d.
If it be true ht Hon. Charles E.
NJitchell, coiji'inissioner of patents,
wi(l shortly retire, as js generally be
lieved here, the poor inyentors of the
country wil lose a good friend, as he
has just ihovn by changing the rules
ot practice so as to iliaKe if impossi
ble for examiners in the patent office
to icjcct application that ought to
be granted, and then uftcrw.ii Js as
patent attorneys get a fee from the
samo applicant Ut getting through
what s.hoult haye properly gone
through on its HW$ in the first
place. The new rulu jjrohj jits any
person who has been employed in tlje
patent office appearing at agent or
attorney in any case upon which he
jjas taken any action while so em
plpjed, and is commended by every
qne except the rpen it is intended to
hit the examiners nqw practicing as
Before leaving on a speaking Jour
of the north and west. Senator Pefier
called at the white house to nay his
respects tq Mr. Harrison. He had
ah 'interview with Mr. Daniels, ed
itor' of 'the State Chronicle qf
Raleigh, tfqnV Carolina, tljat . has
fjeen much cpmmented on: ."The
people's party," said Senator Peffer,
fwjll most assuredly nominate a na
tional ticket ncjft year, and if we
gather our forces "Ji? well all oyer the
country as we did jn Kansas ve can
easily elect a president and pongress
in 1832. 'Is itji'ot better,' said Ml.
Daniels, 'for alliance men jn the
south to remain in 'the democrafL
partv in order to preyetn he domiq-
Atiw ctf Ate jegro?" ''W.p.do not
&Mfytmg about tlat,"v jeplleC
Sfr j5W?.tpr; '-'we wa&t to destroy
WOtty .old parties unless (they will help
,us," Jt is ,ut a part Ojfqur program
,to tajnpej jvith either. JVe cannot
concern ourselves with such matters.
It i? .time that sectionalism ceased,
and theie is only one way to effect
it. It is time forjthp people who are
tired of this policy of political ostra
cism, whether jve live tn the north,
south, cast or j,vest, to ioin hands in
I friendship, aod make a union thai is
worth maintaining, and which will
not have Jto he pinned together with
bayon,ep. Let us nationalize the
peop:. We don't need any Force
bj.ljs. We don't need any standing
army to see that the people vote
right. What we need most in this
direction is to see that Jthe JJruun is
restored as well in fact as in name by
going amontj trje souhern people,
black and white, and doing all that
we can, and as fiends of peace and
good government to assist them
whenever fhey need ?.ny assistance in
adjusting their relations among them
selves in a just an,d honorable way,
consisting their Interests and not
those of persons living in other parjs
oj .the country
Postmaster General Wanamaker
has the sympathy of everybody in the
attempt that has been madeto couple
111s name wuu tne crooxeuncss 01
the Keystone National Bank of Phila
delphia. Mr. Harrison can scarcely be ac
cused of partisanship in the appoint
ment Ql the justices of the private
land claims. court, as he has appoint
ed three republicans and two demo
crats. The chief justice is Joseph K..
Reed, of Iowa, and the associate jus
tices, Wilbur F. Stone, of Colorado;
II. O. Sluss, of Kansas; T. O. Fuller,
of North Carolina, and W. W. Mur
ray, of Tennessee, The United J
States attorneys arc N. G. Reynolds,
of Missouri, and L. W. Colby, of Ne
braska. IJOARD OF SUPERVISORS.
Ths board met pursuant to adjourn
ment on Monday, Juno 15, 1891,
tho following members being present:
A. T. Cornish, chairman, C K. Hoyco,
T. F. McMillon, and J. W. Weather
ford, clerk The following bills wore
upproved and allowed;
N. G.Layton, J. P, 819 75 '
O. A. Bray 15 75
N. Huss, nurso !K) 00
The following bills for election ser
vices were allowed:
Geo. Hox worth, judge. . . . $7 50
A. P. Gibson, judge 7 50
Jas M Brannen, clorb. . . . 7 50
J P Folger, clerk 7 50
O L Clark, clerk 7 50
Jas Walsh, insppctor. . . .. 7 50
P B Thornton, judgo 4 00
Chas Porter, judge 4 00
W E Fleming, clerk 4 00
T O Dolan, clerk 4 00
W L Perkins, judge 3 00
J II Sterling, judgo 3 00
Sam Ball, inspector 3 00
W L Perkins, olork 3 00
John Sterling, ojork 3 00
D L Russell, inspector. . . 3 00
G L Field, judgo 3 00
Win, Prentic,judge 3 00
Jos. Stone, inspector 3 00
Phil McDonald, judgo 3 00
Wm. Rose, judgo 3 00
"W HGoUltrap, clerk 3 00
F M Brooke, clerk 3 00
D Doud, inspector 3 00
Chas Odell, judge 3 00
T E Wood,-judgo 3 00
A M Sample, clork 3 00
E. P Hollingsworth, clork . , 3 00
A L Farnsworth, inspector. 3 00
Thos Brookbank, judge ... 3 00
Josonh L Fnntz, clerk. . , . . 3 00
R E'Scinesbiery, clork 3 00
Jas B Tanner, clerk 3 00
Bill of C. M. Funston for printing
and advertising, for S7l89 approved
It was ordered that tho keeper of
tho jsil in Flagstaff bo allowed SG0
per month for l,ast services, and (ho
salary of jailer be SCO per month until
The origin il asspssniont roll was do
livorcd by tho assessor to tho clerk of
The board adjourned until Juno 18,
at 12 o'clock p. m.
' -7 WH .1
DIPTIIERIA AMONG THE NAV
AJOES. The diptheria is raging among the
Navajoe Indians, and a great many
of ther children are dying from the
effects of that disease. A few days
ago a Navajs Indian was in Flagstaff
with a note, from a citizen living
near ihe tescrvation, which staled
that ihe bearer's family was sick with
diptheria and that any aid given him
would be appreciated. Onef. of our
citizens was handed the paper, and
knowing how easily the disease was
spread asked the begging Navajoe if
his sick children had handled the pa
per and was told that the spotted con
dition of the paper was due to one of
the children cough, irjg upon it. It is
needless to say k'4 the paper -was
committed to the jflames upon this ex
planation. A good many Navajoes
come here to trade and it would be
vel Jor our citizens to exercise the
utmost care in their dealings with
then, Diptheria is a disease almost
always fatal, especially so with chil
dren, and its contagious nature 1
makes it one to be dreaded even
rrjor? flan the snjallpojc. ',
TJie ;wool c)ip of the Nayaip Indians
is estimated at 2,000,000 po.uu.d.
Eugeno Mooro, of Clifton, wp s found
drowned above the Mctcajf .yiinu on
tho J 2th .iijs.t.
The city council of Preseott has
doubled its rutei to consumers. Their
excuso for so drnng is that higher rutes
w;JJ prevent tho waste of witr.
Tiiero vJiJ lw a great gathering of ed
itors at Flacstaft". this summer. As
we hay.o said before, Preasott ought to
tender jUvetii a reception Courier.
Ouo rjQmaikabln featuro of tho col
lection of taxes in Uochiio county,
says ,tluj Prospector, is tfjt for 181)0
but 1,030.39 remains uncollected.
T-lifr ;s out of a total of SP0,000.
At the rate of ono thousand feet of
lumber per ncrc, which ;s iv cry low
estimate, Arizona hasoup billion, lour
hundred and forty million feet of the
finest timber standing fn thu fon:sts,
awnitin" tho woodman's axe. Star.
S'rent corner criticisms of tho court
oxp.iinses of the recent term of tho dis
trict court having oeon freely indulged
in, an investigation was made, with
tho rmult I hat the avqrnge expense of
tho lst .six tijrms cf com t held by
Judgo Porter was SI, 400 per term,
wlijjp tho recent term under Judgo
Kibbey, cost but 8785.80. Tim kick
ers ovidcutly had io good grounds for
their convulsive muscular demonstra
tions. Florenco Enterprise.
Tho Yuma Indians huvp a quaint
notion. It is that mosquito beans
regulate tho weather. They hay that
tho weather must rqnjain very cool
until the mesquite Hovers, ui;i! that
from that time until (ho timo of ripen
ing arrives tho tnmpaturo will be
hinh. They insist that the coof spell
enjoyed duriug may was dup to the
fact that thu mesquite beans vpro not
ready to open, but from now on expect
tropica) weather. Yuuia Tinuis.
Pit)al county people believo that tho
CasaGrando and GJqbo road Will cer
tainly bo built in tho fall. The bonds,
in tho sum of 950,000, aro now on
sale. Jho fccoonU injunction against
inu roan was mrowii our, oy 1110 laie
court. They also say tho dusiro that
the road bo built is very cuncral.
wliinli is nnrlmna nnrrpi't-. en far m flm
peoplo of Florenco goes, but nutsido of
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this small percentage thpro is no such
desiro anywhere, and the road is yet
far from being built., Sfeocjcman.
(jeronimo, the noted desperado, was
killed near Pantano, on the 13th inst.,
, .. , , . , , .
am, u -UI.J w. uv-u.i ,
icpuiy oiiurui iiniy. jij.u in rnej
evening, Geronimo and Loon were dis
covered ami attacked by a p.)ise. The
baiidjts made a fierce resistance. Ger
onimo fired five shot:; and Leon three,
none, however, taking effect. Tho
pursuers were ornjed wif-ll rponting
rifles and ,tho robbers with pistols.
Geronimo fought liijo t lion nnl' fell
pierced with bullets, wjip;) Lon bur
rendered. Goroninm )03 robbod thu
United States mail Ftago more than n
dozen tines, and bus committed many
Yosterday a party of gentlemen or
ganized what is to bo kuqwn us tho
Arizona World's Fujr Club. The ol
juct is to secure tho plfcdgo of enough
Arlzonians to mako up nn excursion of
300 or more, which wiJ enable tho
club to charter a train at greatly re
duced rates. Eaci momber of tho
club will bo required to pay in a
monthly fen of thrco dollars from now
until tho da to of the excursion. Tho
bnst of accommodations will be secured
in Chicago, and arrangements will bo
made to secure every advantago at re
duced rates. The plan will enable
many to visit the y,rorld's Fair, who
would othcrwlso be unable to attend.
A trial test of tho propsed irrigation
at Yuma, by steam pumps in the Col
orado river was made last Sunday and
is thus reported in t0 Times of that
city: Several hunured people assembled
around the works ,111 the afternoon.
Steam was up at 3 o'clock, the quago
showing 20 poundq prcssuro. Ono
pbmp was stnrted nm 7crkpd with' a
little adjustment. TliD other was also
adjustod and started, and a big stream
began flowing into tho flume and ditch
An enthusiastic chepr went up from
tho crowd and tho whistlp was blown
merrily, By this, tjino tjio steam had
fullon to ten pounds, tl6i to eight, to
five, ii-i to two, but t8 pump keep
right onjustrtrro fintrjn, 'They'll only
need stpa'm enough to start 'nm." said
one in t'm crowd, and indeed it looked
so. A careful measurement of tho
water in the Uumo showpd 375 miners
inches wjlh ten pound's pressure.
Tho lrge brick storo bujlding of the
Ari,ot)a Copper Company, at Clifton,
together with the brick hotel adjoining
was totally destroy id by fro parly last
Saturday rnorniug. Tho fjrp was dis
covered first in the framp kitchen in
the roarqf tho hotel, about"! 1J:30 a.m.,
and beforo uiiyshing could bo dono to
cheek tho flames thoy had reached the
storo room and become uncontrollable.
Tho entiro stock of ijoods, que of the
largest in southern Arizona, was con
sumed, only a few articles being car
ried out. Tho contents of the safo,
including the money put up to dis
charge, tho monthly pay fpjl, were,
savocj by storo imnager George Hcg
gio, Henry Hill lost tho opl furni
tqrp and three- large noy qro wagons
which ho had pjillod fron) Jijs corrrl in
to the. street, where thoy were burned:
Jlis joss will roach three or fqijr thou
sand, dollara. The loss of tho Copper
Company is estimated at not les.s than
S50.0Q0, and it is reported there was,
no insuranco, which, however, we. frutf
ia lot tnje. ' f s ,
The boar4 f supervisors, while con
sidering.thfc interests of the people, nnd
mnking laws for theirgoverniuent, not
withstanding the clamor for economy,
should consider the necehiity for pro
viding a jail or some pl.ieo of coiifi;ir
ment for transgressors of tho law. TJie
present so-cnlled j.iil is little letter
than a do;
house, nnd to confine human
beings in such a plucn is nn apt nr-1
dering op barbarim. The fact J hut!
the building st-indx ll.it oi) the ground
with no means of ventiatjoi) till the
cells yi,'-li foul utmospheru which is
liable n prolucn (lisuarf. I'nr Im.'imu
ity sak; if nothing more, let something
bo doi),o to remedy thu uvj),
To iy, Boaki) ay Scpivuvisona op
Co.conixo County, (Jsimisuvn : I
liavP Itf-'en keeping a man by the nainf
of ijmnmcrs at my lodging houco for
tlio past tuventuun days, llo is Kick
and j,-) indigent circumstances, and n
proper chargH for tho county. I have
... , , . .
notified tho liinl of sup(ir n-oro i
of thu utter destitution of the man,
. - ,
both in regard to fiienrls nml woiifty
and asked you to make some pro is-
ion for his removal anil euro. You havo
promised me timo and again to do so.
As yet no action has'l'mi taken in the
matter. 'When will you t:iku care of
your indigent hick I Tim kick Ulan is
not a relative of niimj as has bfii re
ported, but on tho i-imtniiy a com par
titive Monger. Jons It. Tah'ok,
Williams, Ariz., Juno 19th, 1891,
The Wool Market.
The Boston Advertiser of the 15
inst says: The total receipts of wool
at this port during the past week ccm
prise 13,964 bags and bales domes'ic
and 1457 ka-es fTelHn against 10.
399 bays and bales domestic and
25 79 bales foreign fr the same time
last year. The ii t I re pts since
January 1,1891, comprise 156024
baj:s and bales domestic and 81.070
balt;s foreign, against 130,04.,
alui Da!,.s , ORiest c ;,nH
q l.OIO UJlL'5.
f famon frr thp same tim in' iSnn.
'rii snlc: fi.r t!u uvi-lc rmnnrUf.
' - -o K .,r ,.nrt. n.. n,i
( .vfr,wuy iuj jt .iy nn.-, ii. iiui-i.u aim
j milled, and SiO.opu lbs of foreign
I making the week's transactions foot
up s.fjoS.oon lbs. against 1.850,500
j for the previous week, and 1,533,000
! ",s e ni 5.1 .oo lb, "lor, ign
i faTe wrespond.ni: week List year.
Ihe past week has sho.vn mnre
busineM donKi J,,,,
as ne.iriy as can
be learnrd, nianv of the sales have
been made at prices lower than ihe
wools were held for, a week ago.
Whila many large manufacturers
have enough wool on hand to last
theni several months y;t, there are
several others that could use wool now
if the price was light, and in order
to induce busing, some round Inis
hive been cle.in'd up at low prices
compared at what the wool was held
for, a Jrw weeks since. The market
taken as.a whole, is easy for nearly
all grades of domestic wools-, and the
feeling is that general values will rule
lower before much buying w agne lo
stock up. The goods market is un
favorable for high priced woo!, and,
in addition to this, the money mar
ket is inclined to be stringent. Usu
ally at this season of the year dealers
in ttAr nor nlnnhi ftf mnnntr itnl o I
.. s ,.. I"-"'. '"""' t """ V
low raic wm wn.u.i 10 n ukc i lc r
purchases in the countiy, nut this is
not the rasp at present.
This stringency in the money nvir-
ket will undoubtedly have great in
fluencc on the price of wool
year- As yet wool growers aro dis
posed to reckon on cood prices for
their product, and were they strong
in their views for a few weeks, they
could undoubtedly find many buyers
who would finally operate if money
was on an easy basis. With money
hard to come at, and high rates of in
terest ruling, there will be more con
servatism shown by dealers, and pur
chases will be delayed in the country
until the mills are forced to have sup
plies. But little wool bought in the
country on this clip to be sold again,
has proved a profitable investment,
as to sell these wools in this market,
it is found that prices must be com
paratively low. Manufacturers have
been forced to pay high prices for
their territory wools during the past
few months, from the fact that only a
few were to be had, but now tha.t the
new clip is coming on, thev are by
no-means disposed to keep values up.
The 1'nrrat nnilllri.t
Articles knrwn to medical science aac uteri
in preMlring Hood's San ipari'.h. every in
e.redient it carefully selected, perfoiwlly ex
amined, and only the belt retained. The
medicine is prepaired under the supervision
of iharouahlr competent pharnucUti, and
every ,tcp in Ihe process of manufacture U '
carefully watciieu wan a view to securing in
Hood's SjirsaparilU the best ossible result.
Tlio entiro stock of goods of C. II.
Clark, consisting of
Together with nil hook, ac
counts, notes and orders, will
bo said for cash at
On the premises, in tho town
of Flagstaff, commencing on tho
?0th DAY ofJULY, 1891, (it JO h. H.,
In lots, o siut purchasers.
GORMAN. A. BRAY, As?igriro.
o. u. r. i'U;f-r.H- i.yijgK,
No. n.jneet Kvefjf'.Uitviy even-
ijig, m l)iu fvnuu nan. lining we
linen cunhally mUed. A. S. ALVuKO,
N. ().. W. ,S. Ue'Jlos tfecreiary.
1 1 win ii I mt wiH'wimwi vHMaia
FO.i. bAl.li, lu.crUHHi.v:d Demotic
.ciii(: Machi ie. C:icai for cash. In.
iuirc at thi itltice. 2lj-2t.
SlKAir.u uuri"i; me iah weeK in
Mav, one libck h..r.-.s.-. blase face.
while liliirl feet, llrjinll left hip with
murter LMfcle C. llffilniltl )il miv lt- left
at juijliitt l;ru , l-'i i :ia".
i two vo:tK iiuitsKs, onj;
Ii -lit erev. i'i'c (llir .i iwle'ry
I roan II;:!) 3R; trinilv' fa i iJK.irs re
ward f.jr riltfu 01 Mine to Muric's rial)!)-!,
at Hawaii. l 2t
Kctica for ?iibiicati9H. '
Land Oiii:k. IV'.scirr. Jjjjb 8, 1S01.
T. I O "ILK K l.creliv ijivi-n hat the follow
1 "I ing iMrnwl cttier n tiltd nonce of
hl iiici.iwn lu make hn;l io f in .'upport
of his cl.iii)i, ami in it ..11I proof will be
maiio licfur tlii Kc;it cr inl Krc-iver at
l'icCult Arji , mi M011. 1.i ulv 23, $)!,
ii: Mvmii A. C.irner. II mi ;teal Appli
cation Nu 6y f..i ilie Nuiili y jif.Korih
vcl j 1111J N.ntu y. of Nf.rilientf ( of
hcciiuii 22, I wp S. iN. It. 7 V,.
lie uame tin: lo.lovi'. u.tne.sses to
pro u Ins a ntiDuo.u 1c.1l. !!. vi.iin.anit
....l.i n.l.... .il fl..t I .. .1 . .. lwl..l..U 1.
iHm'.tiu.i " -.'. ,.-., i. nui.iiiiti 1.
, .ii,.., wiii,.,,,, ,v . l.j. i:,..ir. r,n
' ----r a -.-, -. -p .- -j
iKieniii Oi.ujyoo J. Au-. James Kelly
il CurnvilU, Aiu "V.
J.C. MAHI'IV. .".er;ivter.
Notice lor Publication.
Land Ofkick ai J'Kc rr. Ariz.
iUIIC 1, 1091. j
OTICIC is ItcrcJit ue:i tht die fol-
l.iwiii-naiiiol xriiicr ius lje I notice
' of hi ii.lctiti 11 1 r.i.ikt 11 in pro)! in sup
, lion uf hi cluiui, ,;iil ihit u I tjr.iof Will
i I... ...l Uf... !... . I..b .iT ,1. llilrifl
Illi IIIIIC i..vn. .i ....r. .ii a...... i.v
Cuurt at l-'lai;u'F Am .., Vitlt. iSqi,
Uu; Uiirli:, I.. I'j'icr. I) oliritory State
I rr.eiit No. ?.ljS. lr tuc tat't ,'4 "' Nnrlh
I east au;i liist jj S.iutheau Sec. lo,
!'IVi. 21, N I; .- Ii.
lie iwriiei the fsllnwin; witues'es to
j rove li: cuniiiiunu ra-ilcnee n and
r-nttii-.-iiinn nf. stirl l.in 1 .i. Io.c!)li C!auf-
luaii, 1. 1 arlcs I!u-.!n,rl. fviiit.iril Kowe,
lanifj Jiiailiear, aili.i ill. am-. Arizona.
), C. MAKIIN Kccis'cr.
wiiiiiiiwiwrni nfHwnnitni imiirirrrriT1 "
Mwtics for Pub-tcatisin.
at 1'rescutt, Ariz , 1
Alny j , iSyi. 1
NOT ICIi i li'reliy given ill it tne follow
iny n.utjjil Mttlsr la- lileil notice of
j his iiite-iili-Jii 10 nuke li.nl ;iroil in support
jof !n. ili'i!), Jul ilui vii.l .rinf "ill
I nia-Je befcre ihe L'ler. " tlie District Coutt
1 at M.i'Nl.itf Ariz-
1.1. v n 1 1,- Julv I J. 1X91
vi.. I.ammrk. J I!aki;kmi. DurUr.uory
Statement N- 2j;- lr i.w Sjulii I'Usl )
ofstciiin 14 m I ' X. 't ) !" !
He name, ti.e fil" !'! 'itnees loj
prove liis coiiti iii roni life uiKmi. anil
cu lisa'.lull dI sai.l I.111 1, it; 1'. 1. Dis,
Itenry Meliifii-. iiei'j r.i.t-:r, Keberl I
liui.ie, ah ill J- J Jii-l-Jl . i..na
J. C A; IN Uccitter
Land On-ice,, I.s..-Drr, Ariz.,
Ma S. 1891.
Xolice i Iiereliy given 'Sat the following
namel cule- lu Ii e-l nnlicol lui intention
t maUe.fi c.l proiif 111 -L(i)jTt(.l hit culm,
.-nut lliut -anl .riHf wll Im inaile liefore tjie
cls-rk of tlie ili-tril eud't it ! LiaII', Ariz.,
on .Vo-ilay. June 22. li) . vfx: ltlert W.
Hell, declaratory nitenifU No. 2,147. for
llie south B H ol north cast . aorth of
south easl H ami south r 'I of iouth cast
' if-ectii'n 14. tw si, N K 6 B.
He name- the follovin? vi)nesies to
prove hi- continuous rtvilence mKin, and
culiirmi m of sjut I.11.J, ,u.: J. Uouth, H.
R. Milboume. C l-'bairu, (Jeo Hums, (ill ol
J. C.Maii-'is. Ree.U'.cr.
lWme mm fM i
Hotisa f:r Pt'jiijatlcn.
LandOi-mcf. at I'kecot,1
:f. at I'kecot, )
June 13, 1S9I. f
. v j,,., naleJ sfUur has filed notice of
i ilis intention u make tiiml proof in support
of hu cUiin. and 'hit -nd proof will be
made before J. Guthrie Savage, United
Ma'.e Court commi-MO rr -t lr!..
"1 Saturday, July 25.fi- viliFradeneV B .
..,. .ii,, ,,.,.., . . ...,
VillCS. IKVI.LflT .-..Sit. . . J IW,
thp squihwct '4 ol seen 111 .24, twp 20, N R
He names the following witnesses to
prpve Ink contimwu. ret l;nc: upon and
cultivation of said liud. -'u; liai.i Ulack,
James llla.-.k. Willi.i.n U, .Stewart, George
lilack, all of llagsufl. J. C. MaktiN, Ke-'-isler.
- June 2t-6t
TDK FINK HANI) MADI!
All iny work ii hand made and fully guar
anteed. Cattlcnun an I otheri needing first
flass Saddle! are invited to af zt&
jflspCl my work and get pticcs,
can fully satisfy you that it will Ue tp
jour interest to leave your order with
LITERARY A8D HlSCA,
Powell's Hall, iw H 1891,
The following well known artists
will Uke part in the entertainment :
MISS ADDIE I.. MURPHY,
Teacher of Elocution! at the Wo
man's College, IV-MllStGll, 111.
Mrs. H. D. ROSS, Soprano.
PROF, iHUDWIG THOMAS,
Of Preseott, pianist.
Admission - -Reserved
For Letter Heads', Rill Heads,
Kusiness and Name Cards, Legal
Printing, Figtie.ring Ta'blSjj Etc.,
gotq'TtiE SuNeftice, '
J. 1. Ml Jr.,
Representing the Largest Line of
Reiiai Fire Insurance Go's,
JSI NOQttlKltN AKIZOtfA,
Pbopijotv lxsunno at Ix)wkst Rates.
Everything Kepi in a First,
CfSrOriWrs eh at the Hawk House
a ili he promptly allcmlcd to.
J. F. HAWKS, vm
LIVELY, FEED AND SALE
Best; of Driving and Saddle
Horses for Hire,
iJeUerjret acquainted with hitn
if you have any
OR! GOODS, GLOTliS, HITS,
BOOTS, SHOES, Etc
FhNU STOCK OF
And the Lord knows what
Teims Cash, Prices Low.
New ChEiIrs and New Outfit Throughout,
HOT AND COLD BATHS.
Largo Bath Tubs ami
Hair Cutting in
the Latest Styles,
E. IfllHIPPLE & CO..
COFFINS AHQ CASKETS. O
O EMBM.MING A SPECIiLTr.
gMiil ortelcgnpliie orders promptly
attended to at satisfactory rates.
GroGkenj and Glassware
-Cmhin 9,40. to Qrder,
tftwjwa... w- i '- s rr- i. - , '4-,r: