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S THE COCONINO SUN. Wn,Ln ",0 pooplo liviug to the Washington Letter. Territorial Notes.
Vi nnrtli Knntli oncf. nnrl tvoef. nf itc nrn
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B&' 0. M. FUflSlon. Edilor and Prop. sweltering under the sun's hot ray
sL of Flagstafliara enjoying tlio most pi
Subscription rates, one j ear, M
" six .months Si oo
" three month Jl oo
Single copies ten cents.
Advertising rates on application.
Address all communication and make all
remittances to t. M. rUNSTON, r.ditor anil
Proprietor, Flagstaff, Coconino Cq., Arizona.
Entered at lhc Flagstaff post office as
second cla;s matter.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1891.
Oan climate speaks for itself and
eo do proplo who have ones been hero.
Hereafter advancement in tho
JPostoffice Pepartmont will depend
solely upoa the results of examinations
as to efficiency. This rule is an excel
lent one, and should be enforced, as
the department will bo the gainer in
pyery way under such a system.
Flaostafj' is justly receiving her
share of public attention this year,
jurists aro arriving on almost o cry
(train, who remain with us until thoy
have visited as many of the surround
ing sights as possible. Tho Grand
(Canyon of tho Colorado, Cliff Dwellings,
Pavo Dwellings and San Francisco
mountains each get their ciuota oi at
tention from tho traveler.
In the city Loipsic, Germany, thirty
four firms have declared their inten
sion of participating in tho Columbian
Exposition. At a meeting of tho Co
logne (Germany) Board of Trado, Juno
J50th, a resolution was adopted asking
tbo Imperial Commissioner for tho
Polumbian Exposition to get estimates
froin Chicago from responsible firms
for showcases, ct:., in order to enable
jexhibitors to figure more closely the
probablo expenses of exhibiting.
The horrible railroad accident in
franco has attracted notice all over
fho cjvjlized world, and the heaxy loss
pf life was rendered especially note
worthy by tho shocking manner of the
pasualties. Much has been urged in
the past against "the doadly car stove,"
but fow cases aro on record where tho
heating apparatus of a car caused as
great and as signal loss of lifo as re
Bulted from the explosion of tho gas
j-escnoir used in lighting tho French
Nearly all tho labor rows and dis
turbances that havo occurred recently
In the United States havo been among
imported laborors, and chiefly amon
tho Poles, Hungarians, and others of
the same class. This should be nn ad
ditional argument, if nny bo needed, in
favor of restricting immigration nnd
puforcing tho contract labor law. Wo
can do our own fighting over labor
guestions without having to import
tho most ignorant, degraded and brutal
class of European labor to do it for us.
Such labor doe3 not belong in a free
country. It is suited only to a country
pf absojuto and despotic rulo.
Dr. Koch's lymph is seeking fam
A German doctor has issued
feport n which ho states that he has
pured 40 per cent of tho cases of tuber
pulosis which ho im treated by tho
Koch system, and that 45 per cent of
tho othor C33P3 troated by tho same
eystcci resulted satisfactorily. It is
probablo that tho genuine remedy,
jpsod jn the right way pnd applied
under prop.nr conditions, will bo found
to posses valuablo qualities ; but that
it is a sovereign cure for tuberculosis
j hardly within tho range of pocsibil
jty. nor djd Koch himself over make
any such claim for it. The number of
specifics is very small at best, as ovcry
intelligent person knows and as ovcry
physician will freely admjt, and to say
hat every ease of consumption is cur
tblo by any mcan3 or romedy is to
assort not only a miracle, but an im
posgjbjlUy, 0;f Tuesday last tho Board of Trado
ypceived a telegram from tho socretary
pf tho Southern California Editorial
Association, saying that the proposed
lsit of that body to Flags'taff this
fnopth had beon indefinitely postponed.
yfo preaumo that the cause of this is
t)e failure of the association to secure
transportation over tho A. fc P. Wo
8 certainty disappointed and sorry
fhat such is tho case, still it is prob
ably bettor for all concerned that it
should be thus, os the editors will un
doubtedly visit Flagstaff next summer,
when our pooplo will bo better situatod
Jo entertain them. We aro not alone
jorry for ourselves, but for tho mem
bers of tho association also, as they aro
missing ono of the grandest treats of a
lifetime in not being able to carry out
their plans and visit Flagstaff. In the
jusuntimo we trust that our brethren
.pf.tho PaoiQo Coast will not become
ducourajred, but como out tvnrt seo us
"While tho pooplo living co the
north, south, cast nnd wrst of, us nro
sweltering undor tho sun's hot rays, Wo
of Flagstafliara onjoyiug tho most per-
mes cunime in tne wouu. r
EoMons aro rito to tho effect that
contraband goods ore being smuggled
United States by way of I
Yuma, which is poorly protected by
Customs Houso officers. Investigations
are likely to follow these reports.
, Chief Olehk Bracket? of tho
Treasury Department has tendered
his resignation, to take effect next
month. Mr. Brackott still remains in
tho employ of the department, how
ever, as he goes to London as a special
agent of the treasury to oversee the
transmission of foreign goods intended
for exhibition at Chicago, and will
superintend a bureau of information
for tho convenience of those who ex
pect to exhibit their wares at the
Chicago exposition. Mr. Brackett
would appear to have taken an appro
priate place, for he will find tint he
will have much to bear in his new
It has been practicably decided ut a
meeting of tho officers of tho National
Guard, attended by Goneral Mile? of
the regular army, that 10,000 soldiers
will stand guard at tho "World's Fair.
This project is only a portion of a great
plan of military display, which, if
adopted, will giro every soldier in
America and his fauJly an opportunity
of seeing the World's Fair, and will
furnish an imposing guard to the
"rounds and city, and will inform the
foreign visitors that should any little
dispute ariso over cither fish or furs cr
murderous societies, arbitration is the
better part of alor. One hundred
acres of land not moro that a mile
from the World's Fair site ha3 been
secured for n barracks, whero soldiers
will bo entertained in relays of 10,000.
CATTLE MEN ORGANIZE
At a meeting of tho cattlo men of
this county, held on Wednesday last,
for the purpose of forming an associa
tion for mutual protection and assist
ance, it was resolved that the tempo
rary organization bo made permanont,
tho following officers being elected to
fccrvo for tho ensuing year: President,
D. J. Brannon; Secretary and Treas
urer, O. J. Babbitt; Executivo Com
mittee D. J. Brannen, J. T. Jones,
Al. Doyle, Win. Ashurst, O. J. Bab
bitt. Tho association will bo governed by
the following rule3 and regulations:
1. The association shall bo known
.as tho Coconino Cattlemen's Associa
tion. 2 All stock mon present signing
tho constitution wero declared mem
bers. 3.. That tho requisites for member
ship are: (I) An application to the
secretary, who shall pi esent tho appli
cant s name to tho association. (2) A
tlires-fourtlis vote of the members
present at any meeting shall be neces
sary to elect an applicant to member
ship 4. That tho roguhr meetings shall
be hold twice a year, on tho first Mon
day in August and the fir3t Monday in
March. A special meeting may be
c tiled at any time by the Executivo
5. The oQicera shall bo elected at
fio regular March meeting of each
1. Tho president shall act as tha
executivo officer of the association, and
shall presidu at ull meetings.
2. The secretary shall bo cx-oflicio
treasurer of tho association; ho shall
attond all meetings of tho association,
nnd likewiso all meetinjs of tho Ex
ecutivo Committee, and enter raiuute3
of such meetings in a bock of records
kopt for that purpose. Ho shall re
ceho all moneys duo tho association,
and pay out the same upon tho order
of the Executive Committee.
3. The management of tho affairs of
the association shall bo vested in tho
Executive Committee. It shall bo
composed of five members, the presi
dent and secretary and three members
of the association, to bo elected by
EXPEXSES, TIKE3, ETC.
1, Tho incidental expenses shall bo
met by an assessment of tho members
of the association.
2. Any mt-mber who fails to bo
present at the annual meeting without
good cause shall bo finod ten dollars.
Monoy so recoived shall be appropri
ated to defray tho expanses of the as
Upon the conviction of any ono fdr
stealing or killing any stock belonging
to any member of this association a
roward of one thousand dollar? shall
bo paid to tho prosecuting witness or
witnesses, and such monoy shall be
raised by tho Executive Committee,
apportioned according to tho number
of stock of each member as tho samo
appears on the tax rolls.
The constitution and by-laws of this
association may bo revised or amended
at any regular meeting by a majority
voto of members prosent.
Following aro the members: J. T.
Jones, J. H. Bowman, W. II. Ashurst,
John Marshall, A. P. Gibson & Soti3,
Al. Doylo, W; A. Switzor, John
Clark, Tom Friar, Jarac3 Vail, DtJ.
Brannen, J. V. Ehoades, II. B. Smith,
R..Finnie. Babbitt Brothers. ,
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(t"rom oar Iiesuljir. Correspondent.)
Washington, Aug. 3, 1891.
Washington has not had such
lively week, politically speaking, for
montli3 as tho present ono has been,
uii'l if outward indications count for
anything tho Bhiuo boom has sud-
denly grown into such propotttons
as to completely overshadow tho Har
rison boom, which has up to this week
apparently had tho right of way on
tho Republican track, nnd tho predic
tion is betns; freely mado that it is
only a question of time when Mr. Har
rison will formally announce tho with
drawal of his name. What has bt ought
about this chango? Well, opinions
differ; the prominent Republicans here,
mombers of the National Executive
Committee and others attracted hero
by the meeting of that committee, held
Wednesday evening, say that there
has leen no change, and that the pre
ent situation is tho logical outcome cf
tho almost universal demand of the
rank nnd file of tho Republican paity
that Blaine bu the nominee ; others
say that the action of certain Rupu' -
hcaus favorable to Mr. Harnssn is
helping to spread misrepruscntatirns cf
Mr Blaine's actions and health has
done the work. I cannot say hish,
if either, of theso opinions are correct ;
but tho fact remains that while Mr.
Blaine, according to those win) nra
certainly in a position to spojk for
him, will not be u candidate, hi will
do nothing to prevent his being nomi
nated, and if the nomination comes to
Mini without cfTott on his patt he will
accept it. That is nil his friends
wanted, and those Republican;! here
this week, including the National Ex
ccutivo Committee, appear to b all
his friends, and all ceitnin that bo will
bo the nominee. Well, we shall see.
Statistics are not usually interesting
to tho average leader, but the state
ments made thU week by the Treasury
LSurcau of .Stati'ttes of tho foreign
commerce and immigration f ' liu
United States for tho tujai year end
ing June 30, 1891, contains figures
that should interest eery intelligent
person. Iho total tnluu of our foreign
cotnmerco was 31,729,330,890, a much
larger amount than it over reached in
a single year before. Wo imported
metchaiidisc to the amount of So 11,
905,191, and exported $811,-125,405
worth. Tho MoKiuley tariff law went
into effect on October G, 1&&0, nnd
from "that timo unt.l June 30, 1891, a
fow days less than nine months, we
imported merchandise to the miIuo of
8G30,20l5,O0.r, against 5508,769,905
during a corresponding period in the
piececding fiscal yoir. Djring the
sime period tho valuo of goods ad
mitted freo cf duty was 295,973,065,
against S203,933,b73 during the same
time in the prcceeding fiscal year.
Moro gold was exported dutiug tho
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nour history lien i aro tho luris.(Qr1 by makm
S18.216.512., Tho total immJKration
into tho United States during the fiscal
year waj 555,496, ngainst 451,219
the proceeding year, the increase being
largely from tho following countries:
Italy, 23,354; Attsttia-IIungiiry, 1 !,
661; Germany, 21,122; Russia, in
cluding Foland, 28,215. S'op nnd
think a moment over these figures ; it
will enlargo your ideas of the immen
sity of this country.
Secretary Foster has quiotly ignored
tho letter recently written by Immi
gration Commissioner 0en to Repre
sentative Keidringhaus tal.ing the
ground that Welch tin-plate workers
can bo legally brought to this country
under contract, and has wriltou tin-
other letter hlating that the Treasury
Department cannot undertake to do
termino in uthancoof tho importation
of lin-plato workers tho legality of
bringing them. His said that the
Secretary was ory much put out by
what he considers Com mission or Owens'
bad breatf, und that ho intimated to
that gfjtitleman very plainly that a
letter of such importance should not
have been sent without first being sub
mitted to him, Tho outcome of the
matter is to bo a scric3 of regulations
supposed to cover every thing coming
under tho alien contract law, which, it
is xtalcd, arc coon to bo is:ued by the
Two other subordinates of Secretary
Foster havo been ovc-rrulcd by him in a
little matter upon which they had sot
their hearts. Assistant Secretary
Crounse -and Treasurer Nebekcr it
seems found tho pleasure of holding
ollico so great that they wished their
respectivo sons to got a share of it, so
each of them appointed his son to bs
hispiivuto socrotary. When the op
pointmnnts roachod tho Secretary he
refused to confirm them. Then the
two gontlcmon put their heads to
gether, and tho result was that Mr,
Crouuso appointed Mr. Nebcker's son
to bo hi3 private secretary, and Mr.
Nebeker reciprocated by appointing
Mr. Crounse's son to bn his private
secretary; but Scorotary Foster wasn't
to bo caught by any such deal as that,
and he again vetoed tho two appoint
ments. A reciprocity treaty with San Do
mingo has b-sen agreed upon, and will
go into effect September 1.
Tho resignations of Senator Quay,
chairman, and Col. W. W. Dudley,
treasurer, of tho Republican National
Committee, wero accepted by tho Ex
ecutivo Committee, and Mr. J. S.
Clarkson was elected chairman and in
structed to appoint a treasurer. Mr.
Quay has also resigned his place on
tho National Committee, which re
moves him from National politics en
tirely. For -Letter Heads, Hill Heads,
Uusiness and Name Ca.rds, Legal
Printing, Figuering Tablets, Etc,
go to The Sun office.
The Methodist church at Prcscott
waspartially destroyed by fire Sun
day night. ' The ovcrturninpr of a
lamp caused the conflagration,
The output of the Copper Queen
mines at BUbec for the year 1889 was
4,704 tons, or tue enormous number
of 9,408,000 pounds. Prospector.
A heavy rain extended from the
point of Rocks country up to Mr.
Duke's ranch, on Saturday last.
Granite creek ran quite a volume of
water. Prescott didn't get a drop.
The residence of Thomas Andcr
con, in Williamson Vallev, was struck
by lightning a few da)s since, and
one of his chtldicn seriously stunned,
requiring several hours for it to re
cover. The family residence was
pretty badly injured. Journal Miner.
Two Mexican convicts at the terri
torial prison, while on their way to
work, a few days since, attacked ,
UUJiU Kit;!', IUUIV WO U11 .Hi J J KUI1I
him and attempted to escape. Super
intendent Melnernay, however, stop
ped them. One of the convicts was
shot and slightly wounded Journal
John Davis writes from Camp
Verde that enjr good shower of rant
has fallerr-al.jhat noint. v That rain
sterns to have fallen around in spot:,
atid not in sufficient quantity to do
any good. He thinks their irrigating
ditch will be completed in time to
raise one more crop of alfalfa this
Col.' A. O. Brodie and Adjutant
Onck Jackson, of the territorial mil
itia, and C. C. Hall, president of the
iev Mexico Fair A-soctation, havo
Leen trying to arouse enthusiasm in
the local militia company for the
purpose of getting the boys to attond
the lair and compete for the prizes.
Tne past v. inter was a good one
lor those who are umcrupulojs with
the branding iron. We have heard
of two or tnree new brands having
been started in the eastern and south
ci 11 portions of the county. For
some to ni'se a herd of cattle it id
only neccjSary to have one or two
good horses, a stout rope and a brand
ing iron. St. Johns Herald.
A company of capitalists have pur
chased property in tho vicinity of
Phoenix, and intend to cultivate it,
raising fruits of all kinds and ship
ping them to Kistern markets. The
people have faith in this valley, and
therefore aro willing to invest in it.
It is stated that the land has already
been selected, and alt that is to be
done is to pass the deed. The pub
lic may look for further developments
in this line in the next day or t.vo.
While the suddennes? cf the death
of J. II. M.iuon was a surp iss to the
pu'jlic generally, it seems that he
hao expected it
and had provided
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u. t in. a iii. lauwi
biqueaths the Courier office to his
th cc sins, Crook, Louis and John
II. Manon, Jr., the family residence
property in West Prcscott to M.
Ida Marion, the rai.ch, firm. hou--os,
etc. in Ceino vallep, to his sons
Crook and Louw All notes ai d
uiuney due him go to Mri. Ida
Al.inon Journal Miner-
'Ibe sudden death of J. II. Marion
recalls to mind the singular coinci
dence that within the last seven) ears
three editors have died in Prescott so
suddenly that not a single one ol
them projably realized what death
was. S tf. Sherman, editor of the
Miner, lost his life in the Sherman
house fire, being suffocated into in
suiitaneous unconsciousness by the
fl lines and smoke of a burning room
which he had entered. C. W. Lieucli,
a lormer editor of the Miner, was
shot and instantly killed by an as
sissin, while Mtting in his room, un
conscious or unsuspicious of any dan
ger, and now comes the third, J. II.
Manon, editor of the Courier, who
drops dead from heart disease on the
threshold of his residence, without
any previous warning, death in each
case being instantaneous and painless.
The sensation of the hour at Tomb
stone is the capture ol d supposed
wjja man naonaay near uiarteston.
vt. wore simply a cloth on Irs head
amj a pair of hand made sandals on
h,s teet. nts skin is tanned as black
as a negio't. lie talks rational, and
protests against his airost and incar
ceraiion. He refuses to talk on any
subject or uive nis name, but to a
party ".'10 conversed wttii mm sun
day on"tne road ho said that he had a
discard sk'n, a"d had for two yeirs
been in Mexico without clothing and
had cured himself. He had lived in
the rnouimms all this time and the
.Iexica'18 had been kind to him, as
they had supposed he was doing pen
ance for some sin committed. Ho
said he was a native of California.
He' is a man about 35 ears old, six
feet tall, with high cheek bones, blue
eyes, high forehead and handsome
nose, mouth and chin. He uses good
language, and is intelligent. Tne
authorities are puzzled to know what
disposition to make of him.
Clianco ol C'llinite
Kill more people than is generally known.
Particularly is this the case in instances
w here the co nstitutionis delicate, and among
our immigrant population seeking new homes
in tho3i portions of the West, and where
malarial and typhoid fevers prevail at cer.
tain seasons of the year. The bet t prepara
tive for a change of climate, or of diet and
water which that change necessitates, is
Hosteller's Stomach Bitters, which not only
fortifies the system against malaria; a varla1
lie temperature, damp, and the debilitating
effects ot tropical heat, but is also the lead
ing remedy lor constipation; djspepsia, liver
complaint, bodily troubjes specially apt to
attack emigrants and visitors to legions near
the equator, mariners and tourists. Whether
used as a safeguard by sea voyagers, travel
ers by land,, miners, or of agriculturists in
newly populated districts, this fine specific
naseiictteu me most lavorawe. testimony,
Bevaro ot Ointments lor Catarrh
An mercury will surely destroy the senc of
smell ana completely derange the whole
system when entering It through the mucous
surfaces'? Such articles should never he
used except on prescription from reputable
physicians, as the damage Ihey will do Is
ten fold to the Rood you can possibly derive
from them. Hull's Catarrh Cure, manufac
tured by F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, O.,
contains no mercury, and is taken internally,
and acts directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the s)stem. lu buying Hall'i
Catarrh cure oe sure jou get the genuine.
It is taken internally, and made in Toledo,
Ohio, by F I. Cheney & Co.
P3J Sold by druggists, price 75c. per
is, emus' fdi-
3Clothing Made to Order. "TBa
Everything supplied that the
lO.U'.I) I1Y UAX Ul, (II! 21 MIIVLS CC CO
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
Your patronage solicited. Private
room for dinner paities at back en
trance. ALP. BOULDEN & CO.,
Flagstaff, A rlz.
COOK & LEE,
Vatchmakers am! Jewelers.
Coconino's boom li upon u anil our stock ul
Diamonds, Watchas, Glcoks,
Ii in keeping with the time?. Wo
defy tho Chicago Catalogues,
Iiich aru the Mafia's of
legitimate trade, to out
WE GUARANTEE OUR GOODS AND WORK,
GBERGIiL LQSiiii HOUSE,
(I'urmirly TngsirU IIhII n ml Conn llonsr
C2TWo bt'g to inform the pub
lie that we have just refitted and
furnished the above house as a
first-class lodging houso of eigh
tenn rooms, nnd icspectfully solicit
tho patiouage of the traveling
Tnggnrt & Peaaley.
T1IF. rlNC HAND MADE
HAS LOCATED AT
All my work Is hand nude and fully guar
anteed. Cattlemen and others needing first
class Saddles are invited to call and
inspect my work and gtt price?. I
can fully satisfy you that it will be to
jour nucre.t to leave your order wilh
pi nqiiwi ma
Has opened a Restaurant South
BOARD BY DAV OR WBEK-
Singlo meals 25 cents.
Meals all hours of the day.
Twenty-ono meal ticket 85.
Has oponed a new
Eist of Babbitt's Store,
All kind3 of general b'ack
arai thing promptly and satisfac
HOUSE SIJOKINO A Sl'EClALTY.
The Wagon Shop in connection
is in chargo of II. Van Norman.
GlVC THE KEfy SHOP YOUR WORK,
J. GUTHRIE SAVAGE,
T 1 KITED STATES COMtJSION'F.li
U of the District Onort-la .thergurth
luiliciaJ.District oOhe.Terntory of Anwm
Uisliict'Court Commissioner intjand lor the
CountvYof CiJconino.Mn said Territory, and
UJ'S.'IVntioh-Notary. Admitted to prae
tice before the' sanuu bureau of the de
partment. Office two doors north of the
O. O. K. FLAGSTAFF LODGE.
No. 1 1, meets every Wcdnevliy even
ing, in Uflil renows wan. v i-nini; ore.
ihren cordially invited. A. S. ALVORD,
N. G., V, S. DeClpss.,5ccretary.
Notice for Publication.
Lavd Office, Pusscorr, July at, tSji,
A. T OTICE is hereby oiven that Ihe follow
IN ing named setticr hai fild notice of
hit intei.lion to make final prrx f in support
of his claim, and that said proof wilt be
made before J. Guthrie Savage, United
Slate Commiisioner, at Ilagjtrff, Ariz., on
Monday, AUgu.t 31, 1S91, iz: William M.
Fain, homestead application No. 67J, fur
the southwest ( of section 26, township
17, im k a r..
He satnes the lollowing witnesses to
prove his continuous rctidc.ic: upon and
cultivation of. satd land, it; Allen Doyle,
John Marshall, Thomas C. Frier, Menu M.
Fuller, all of Flagstaff.
J. C. MARTIN. Register.
Notice for Publication.
Land Oi.ce at Prescott. Arii ,1
July 11, 1S01. I
NOT ICE is hereby given lhat the follow
inu named settler hat filed notice of
his intention to make finl praf in support
of hit claim, and that said proof nil!
niaJe li-fi.re J. Gmhrie Saac;e, U. S. Couit
Commissioner, at riagvtafT Arizona.Mond 1 y
August 24, 1 Sol, i: MraiMir M. I'ltiina,
Declaratory Statement N'o 2065 forllie South
Wcvt of secucn 23tv.-p. 20 .V, R 7 K.
tic names the fol'oain; witnesses to
prove his continuous residence unon. an 1
cu'livation of satd Ian J, ir. Willian D
Powell, Charles A. Huih. 1 hoina I ricr.
Stephen I'rellyman, ahof Haemal. Arizoni
jytS J. C. MAUI IN. UtgUier
jptiwit 1 w, nil !! ifi tr rr--tri- fl.
Notice for Publication.
Lsi.d Office at Trecctt, Aril., j
July 15. iSoi. I
NOTICF. IS UnilCllVGiVF.'N TIU1
the fdU.m in,j named stiller hit lileii
notice of hit intention lu nuke final pro if
in support of lu cl li.n, an 1 :lut s.u 1 proof
will he made bvfore thi CUrk of th- D1.1
diet Court at I hgUii'. Aru, on Mjudiy,
August 24, 1S91, u: James f. Diuj'ierty,
dcclaratari- statement 272, for th- ea.l tj
northeast . and northae.t ) of no'thtasi
'X, and northeast , of njnli.veit i. Sec
to, twp 20 N', K 7 K.
He nam;s the folbn-in; witn:,s; f
prove his continuous reil;ii:e utji. auJ
cultiva'nn of, siid ImJ, viz: J I). Shep'
herd, J. II. Ilarrinjlon, J. II. llalfar.1, J
M. Kegans, of Fh'vtalf, Aru.
jylS I. C. MARTIN', Register.
Kotica for Publication.
I.VS'llOl-FICC ST Prf-cot,
Ju-e 13. 1S9L 1
NOTICE Is hereb-given that ih- f illo.
ing nmed settler has filed notice ol
Im intention lo male final proof in support
of his claim, an 1 thit said nrotf w.ll be
made before J, (iu'.liric Savae, United
tate Court commissioner at I lastafT, ru
on Saturday, Au. 15, lSot,si':.'-r."leric'c !
ijatcs, dechtory statement No. 2,04?, fn
thciOLthnest ( of section 2, tup u, N" It
He name the follonin; uilnesseo In
proc his coiitinuoui rei lenc upoa aid
cultivation of said land, ir. Dai'i Ihck
James Bla-k. William G. htewirt, fieorr
Jllacli.allof tUgkUfi. J.C. Masiiv, IUj
ister. July 4 6t
Notice for Publication.
Land 0ficeat Pitzscorr, Ariz.
May 29th 1S31.
N'otiee is hereby given tint the fotloning
named setticr has filed notice of his inten
tion to mike final proof in support of his,
claim and lha; ".aid proof uill Lc made before
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HiCUiriK Ul II1C Lllllitl V.UUII Ul VUCOIllUU
County at HagtjlT, Anzinn 01 Augu-t St!
1891, iz; Joseph R. Howard declarator
statement No. 2263 for tne Southeart
Norhtuest , Northeast , Sou.hwest '4'.
and lots three and four South. veu , Section
thirty, Township eighteen, N. R S E.
He names the folloninj; vvitnese lo pr.nc
his continuous residence upon, an J cultiva
of said Ian I, viz. James T alunds, FlajsUrd
Arizona; M Fisher, t-UttaT, Aruiiu; I'C
Trier FlajtalT Arizoni aid Gio I'noi; Fla
I C Martin, Reg'utcr.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Land Ounce, 1'KtscoTT. Ariz.,
July 7. 1S91.
Notice is hereby qWen that the following
named settler has filed notice ol Ins ir.tentiun
to make fimtl proof In rspportct his cUIji,
and il:t said proof svill be made befire J.
Guthrie Savage, United States Conraissioser
at Hjgstafr, Arizona, on Thuttday, August
2S. iSjt.sitt Willism H. Ashurst.hcmesieai
application No. 60), for-tnc frac.iouil outh
west quarter (the sim: bemj trie east half of
the south west quarter and lots 4 and 5) of
section 18, township 13. n of range 10 E. He
names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation
of said lar.d.viz: Allen Dovle, ohn Marshall,
lohn (.Utk, Thomas McMillon, all of Flag
staff, Arizona. I. C M.ir.riN, Register.
TNTHE JUSTICE COURT OF FI.VG
X staff Precinct, County of Coconino,
Territory of Arizona. (R S 1413 1414 )
Norris & Ellinwood, riaintills, v. Henry
The Tcnitorv of Arizona sends creeling
to Henry Marvin, defendant. Yoa are here-
ly summoned to appear in a civil action'
brought against you by the above nameil
plaintiffs, in the atove entitled court, and
you are required to answer plaintiff' com
plaint before the undersigned Justice of the
l'eace, at his olHce in the town of Flagstafl,
in said precinct, within the time as follows,
to wit: If this rummons Is served on you,
in this precinct, withm five days; if served
on you without the precinct, but in said
county, within ten days; if served out of tht
county, fifteen da) s, and in all other case'
twenty days exclusive of the day of service
hereof, or judgment by default will l:
taken against you.
Given under my official hand this 31;!.
day of July, 1891.
A. P. GinSON,
Justice of the Peace, Flagstaff Precinct.
Fob Sale Tho only hotol in 11
thriving town on tho A. A: P. R. R.,
in Mchave county, Arizona. This is
a fine chance for au enterprising party
to engage in a paying business. For
further particulars address Thome
Baker, Kingman, Arizona,
HARDING & CO.,
litiVI US OF ALL CI.ASOS Of
Copper Ores and Batles.
Writo fur Vrtcen,
mi toll 1 Strca!, Biiiir, CslmH).
Everything Kepi in a First
CSy-OrJers cfr at the UaxL-s House
ill U: irooiptl attended to,
J. F. H WVKS, Trop.
LIVERY, FEED AND SALS
Best of Dnvin?; a:ul Saddle
Horses for Hire.
A. 0. HOUSE, Prop.
HettcrgctacquAinied wkh him
U voa iuvo anv
!l.'M 1. 11.1 !J.
BOOTS, SHOES, Eta
A- . . 1 ,.
FINE STOCK OF
And the Lord knows what I
Teiia3 Gash Prions Lra.
fw BeHil SUB,
Haw Ghalfs aii! !la Gii'ill Tliria'al.
HOT AND COLD BATHS.
Larjje Kath Tab an:
Hair Cutting in
the Latest Styles.
E. MHIPPLE & CO..
COFFIHS AHD GASKETS. O
O EMBALMING A SPECIALTY
)SMU or telegraphic orders promptly
att:nded to at satisfactory rates.
Inrnnv unnatural dtscbarcoaak1
I your druggisi lor a uowo 01
I hli a. It cures in n lew dars
I wlihout the nld or publicity of a
doctor. onpoMonous anu
ipuarouteca not 10 stricture.
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