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THUKSDAY, OCTOUr.lt 29, 1891.
A dispatch from Alabama announces I
that several track won wero blown in i
pieces by an explosion of blasting pow
der. It is also stated that., the explo
sion was caused by this ignition of the.
nltro-glyeerino by a .spark front a pass
ing locomotive. With all due defer
ence to Alabama scientists the explana-
I lion is a very doubtful one.
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1'ItOFKSSIOXAL. "'"Swrj S
THE WHITE METAL,
Oonvontion of Silver Miners
at El Paso.,
J)uto Fixed for December loth Stiver
the Only (Question to bo Con-
HlUercdnt tlio McotlUK.
A uuiluinu and loan association
would be a great aid to Flagstaff. It
requires no capital to start and its
benefits would be shown from tho day
the fut loan ias made. Why not
org.Tnh.c Mtcli an association?
' 1 District Court In Texas has jiM held
." ''that tho Alien land law passed by the
"jt" legislature is unconstitutional ntftl void.
v Jlio law excluding foreigners from bor-
"rowing money on Texas land liasalrea-
'S f.d' created severe, money stringency
'pi- throughout tlio state.
' Tin: unia Times in its list of new s-
t' "papers that favor the Constitution in-
- eludes the Coconino Sun. Tlio Times
i?is mistaken in this. Tho Coconino
.'WUM J3 1 Itturj Ul OlititllUUU 1U1 .AlllS.iriJil,
fe 1iit liia itnf 'i tilitrn tiwl tlw iflmt i
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t ''1U Constitution made by tho recent
i'K, Constitutional Convention.
Tiikki: is a great diversity of opinion
among tho business men of Flagstaff in
regard to. the question of statehood for
Arizona. It is tlio general opinion
that the expenso of stato government
will lie greater than tho good derived
from it. If tho advocates of statehood
do not pull off their coats and work
for tho cause it will get a black eye in
this neck of tho woods.
To Tin: l'uosriXTOus, Minkiis, Mine
and Claim Ow.vehs or Ni-.w Mi:a
ico, Akiona and Westehn Tuxar:
Tho depression that exists through
out mo fcouinwost is uuo to tno un
Tlio total amount of claims allowed
by .tlio Territorial rrison Board for
tho third quarter of 1891, ending Oc
tober 1, wits $11,6G5.
O Cattlemen around this vicinity arc
becoming somewhat bullish, anil are
asking two cents, gross, fiom Califor
nia buyers. Courier.
Tho Bulletin advocates tho building
of a telegraph lino from Solomoinillo
to mtner blieltlonor Howie station, and
Tnu I'hoiuix jiapcrs are veiywaspish
on tho subject of the adoption of the
constitution. They are not disposed
to allow am thliif: said against that
' document. Let its ha e a full, free
discussion on this issue, and, do not
misconstruo motives that are to all a
pearances houcst. If there isanj thing
jgood or bad in tho constitution let tts
near aiwut it.
From tho little that is known of the
constitution in Tucson wo are satisfied
that a number of our business men
not only intend to vote but they intend
to work against it. Unfortunately the
convention fixed tho date of tho adop
tion of tho constitution at a petiod
that practically precludes a full dis
cusslou of its perfections and defects,
and tho determination to vote against
it is largely based on that ground.
Ciiir.r' Justice Goooino hns decided
in tho case of Williams against tho
county of Maricopa, that a district at
torney of any county may appoint a
deputy, or tho court may appoint a
deputy district attorney in tho assis
tance of tho district attorney and tho
county must pay such deputy for his
service. Tho decision is based upon
tho statute of tho territory authorizing
tho district attorney to appoint a
deputy, ami also authorizes him to in
cur any necessary expense in tho dis
charge of tho duties of his office, but
his honor holds that tho necessity for
tho employment of a deputy must bo
shown to the satisfaction of the board
of supervisors before the services can
become a county charge.
natural depreciation of silver and to B'vs Ulu oniorpriso would bo a paying
tlio evil otlects caused by that portion "'"'
of the alien act that piohibits tho in
vestment of foreign capital in mining
property 111 tho Territories. The ob
ject of the Southwest SilvorConontion
that is to eon one on tin 15th day of
December, 1891, in El Paso, Toxtis, is
to discuss and take stops to rented)
tlmcn ..vile Jf, .fl,..i. c.nliftf l.nf- tit.
silver question and tho modification of ,, Il,lallt,,y. to
tlm nlffii nnl. will lm niitPt-r..liw.ll l.v M... i ot,,el" Stations 80011.
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convention, and all
ittcuipts to pre
vent tho object of this mass mootiii'r of
unluers in the introduction of mios-
tions foreign to tho principlosforwhich
it was called will bo suppressed Tlio
restoration of silver to its normal value
or parity with gold, and tho oblitera
tion of an unjust discrimination again it
tho miners operating in tlieTerritories,
will engage the entire energy and time
of tho assembled miners of tho South
west. ClIAS. LoNGUENAliE,
Pros' t Executive Committee.
F. W. Eddlesten,
See'ty Eecutivo Committee.
Tho convention will bo called ito
order at 9 a. m. on tho l.rth of Decem
ber, 1891, at tho Opera House in the
City of El Paso, Texas; a temporary
organization effected and the usiiul
Af terw ard a
The curious story of a Now York
doctor who was a victim of tho 'coffee"
habit whether true or baseless, will
probably sene to emphasize tho fact
that civilization brings with it a host of
harmful habits. Our ancestors knew
but few of our present Comforts, but
they knew less of our diseases. Even
tho discovery of such useful drugs as
quinine, cocaine, ether, chloral, antipy
rino and morphine has brought a host
of now horrors upon those weak or fool
ish enough to persist in the excessive
and regular and uuduo nsc of such as
tonic.?, palliatives or sedatives.
The Tucson Citizen makes the fol
lowing suggestion, which is worthy of
consideration at this time: Ithas been
suggested that a separate vote bo taken
at the time the constitution is voted
on. The vote on tho constitution will
be a jea nor no mostly no if wo read
the signs aright. Tho other vote will
be statehood or no btatehood. It will
involve but little expenso and will show
tho true feeling of the people on this
momentous uucstion. Ballots can bo
prepared and a box placed at a con
venient place, where every voter can
express his preferences for or against
statehood. In the event of the con
stitution being voted down it will show
to congress that under favorable con
ditions the peoph) of Arizona look
anxiously forward to tho daj when the)
can roo their territory don tho put pic
of state. Wo think tho idea an excel
lent ono and it should bo adopted."
permanent organization will follow:
The convention of miners in El Paw
will be a mass convention, each earnp
sendiug as many delegates as thoy
wish. All prospectors, miners, mine
aud claim owners in New Mexico,
Arizona and Western Texas, will be
qualified for membership in tho con
Miners should mee'l in each camp,
district, town and city iu Now Moxu-o
and Arizona at some suitable date,
hold a meeting for the purpose of te
eming as full a icpicscutatiou as pos
sible to the Southwest Silver Conven
tion that will convene in El Paso on
tho Uith dav of December next.
i hero aro over two thousand hogs
running wild In tho tides near Lerdo.
Thoso which have been killed weTo
found to bo very fat Sentinel.
Utinior has it that San Carlos will
soon bo reduced to a two coinnauv
post, Iroop B, 10th Cavalry, and G.
bo transform! to
Miss Lily Leo, tho only daughter of
Mr. ami Mrs. J. H. Leo, of the Ameri
can lancli, died this morning after an
illness of only a- fow days duration
Bill D.dton, a carpenter who has
been iu tho Phceiii.v asjluin and a
Texas asylum had to bo arrested for
temporary madness lesulting from
liquor. Yuma Times.
Chas. Young, a sporting man, was
stabbed in tho back by a man known
as Sailor Jack, last week. The two
quarrelled over a woman who had been
supporting tho Jack Yuma Times.
Au-Ne-Ta, a Yuma Indian girl about
ten years old, died on tho reservation
Mondaj morning of last week and was
cremated the same day, ceremonies
continuing until Tuesday morning.
Antonio, tho Papago Indian, charged
with burglary, who escaped from the
county jail last Friday, was captured
by Deputy Sheriff Burko at Gila Bend
Aiontiay morning who brought him
down Monday evening and locked liim
up in tho county jail. During tho
night Antonio dug a holo 12x1:1 in tho
wan and made his escape, taking
along with him Sheriff N agent's militia
uniform. Indians have been put on
tlio escape's trail. Yuma T
The woik of the Constitutional Con
vention which recently met at Phoenix
has at last been put in print by tho
Fhoeeuk papers. The document is
remarkable for its length. It would
make, set iu oulinary law book form,
about one hundred pages. It is four
times as long as tho Constitution of
the United States But ono state in
the Union has a longer one than tho
proposed constitution for Arizoua.
Tlio length of tho document is no ol
jectlon to it. Tho question before the
voters is its rojecton or its adoption.
Tho election for tho adoption or re
jection of tho Constitution takes placo
on the first Tuesday in December and
but littlo time is given to discuss its
merits and demerits, and as it is a
matter of tho greatest importance to
every citizen of Arizona, every voter
should carefully read tho Constltion
and bo prepared to discuss it section
by section. $
Threatens every man, roman or child liv
ing lu a rcfilon of country where, fever and
ague Is prevalent, fclnco the Kcrtnsof malarial
dUeaso aro Inhaled from tho air atidnrc
swallowed from the water of such u region
Medicinal safeguard Is absolutely necessary
to nullify this dancer. As a means of forti
fying and acclimating the system m as to be
able to resist tho malarial poison. Hosteller's
Stomach Hitters Is Incomparably tho best and
tho most popular. Irregularities of tin
stomach, llv er and bowels cncouragoiimlarla ;
but thcM) aro speedily rectified by tho bitters
Tho functions of digestion and secretion an
assisted by Its use, and a vigorous as well u
regular condition of thosjstem promoted by
It. Constitution and plij ulijuo aro thus de
fended against tho Inroads of malaria by
this inatchU'M! preventative, which Is also a
certain and thorough temedy In tho worst
ca-scsof Intermittent aud remittent fevers.
Bunches of Montana native steers
are now siting for from eighteen to
twenty dollars a head. This is good
buying, for as an investment in two
years they will prove better than any
other property that is to bo found.
Within tho Inst two years sheep have
become tho best pajing property that
could bo handled. Now even- man
.,..lo , ..., 0vvl. ,.,:,. u.u, .uu...s.. m.ise- Alnolljj tlM-ir transactions here
priced, and sell out cattle because cattle may bo named the purchase and ship
aio only bringing fair prices. In view nieiittoYuinaofacarlo.nl of mules.
Wm. Smith passed through St. Johns
last Monday, on his way from Silver
City, N. M., to Gallop. H0 reports
not a spear of grass from tho Spur
ranch south to Silver City, and pi c
dicts a loss of at least 7.r per cent of
the eattle in that section this winter.
As he puts it, the cattlemen, in tho
country over which he passed, will
have to restock their ranges next
spring. This may bo a littlo exagger
ated; but tho fact is, that tho outlook
for cattle this winter, is worse, bv far,
than it has over been St. John Herald.
Judge E. M. Sanford, the general
manager of the Yuma Pumping and
Irrigating company, accompanied by
J. H. Carpenter, supoiintendent, came
iu from Yuma on important business
connected with the aforesaid entcr-
Tho Courier states that tho country
is being flooded with spuiious $5 gold
pieces. Tlio counterfeits are made of
lead and washed with gold; they can
bo easily detected by sounding them
or cutting into them with a knife.
General W. 0. O'Neill made several
big contracts for his Big Bug onyx, to
bo delivered at ouco in Chicago, Now
York and Washington. Ex-Assi rn'ily-
man Dougherty is interested with Gen
eral O'Neill in tlto property. Phojnlx
In hunting around for transgressors
of tlio Edmunds Act, why not tako a
run over to San Carlos and let tqi on
the white race? Apaches come under
tho act, and should not receive special
favor from the Government Pros
Considerable uneasiness is mani
fested by some of our cattlemen on
account of tho scarcity of water in cer
tain sections. Springs have gone dry
that wore never known to fall before.
Many of them are sinking wells in case
of an emergency. Willcox stockman.
"Ollomo," tho Tombstone "wild
man," was iu Yuma this week. He
was decently dressed and conducted
himself with propriety. " Homo "
stated that ho was jroinjr to Los An
geles aud meet Prof. Walthers, of
Germany, who is preparing to make a
trip over the Colorado desert. Yuma
J. D. Helm, superintendent of the
Tiger mine, shipped six bars of bullion,
amounting to 8,000 ounces, a result of
six days' run of tho Tiger mill on ore
from the Tiger mine. This is the first
run and first shipment from that prop
erty, but will certainly be followed
legularly by many others, ns tho ore
is on hand aud iu ight to do it.
During the past week there have
been vague rumors of a determination
having been officially expicssed that
the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fo
would push tho north and south road
throu"h to Benson to connect with the
Gujnias branch of tho road. The visit
of President Manvel of tho Santa Fe
to Guymas and Bisbee was not for
pleasure, but to post himself better on
tlio situation and bo better prepared to
recommend new ideas iu his annual
message at the meeting of tho com
pany which takes place on the 29th
inst. He is said to have expiessod
much surprise at the steady growth of
tho traffic on the N. M. & A. road, and
especially tint portion of it which
oiiginates at Tombstone and Bisbee.
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L. VAN UOltX, ATTOUNEVATfr
law, Flagatao, Arizona. " -
STEWAHT & DOE. ATTOKNFA'S AT
Law. Oillco two doors west of the Hank"
iiuiol, KlagiaalTt Arizona.
EM.SAMOItO, ATTOKNEY AT LAW.
. l'roscott, Arizona. Will practice In ull
luo courts of tho Territory.
n G. COIJNISH. PHYSICIAN AND SUlt-
1 , geon. t'lagstatr, Arizona. Will answer
culls on thoAtlantlc &. l'Jciac ltallroad.
DIt. J. M. MAKSHALL DENTIST. 01"
lico In the rear of Dr. ilrjmnm's Drug
hiore. Teeth extracted without, pain,
OUR GOODS ABE API REOIATED.
DR.IU. I1RANNEN, PHYSICIAN AN"D.
Hurgcon, I'Ugatair, Arizona. Will ro
MHjnd promptly to alt calls from any point
on tho Atihmio.t I'acltlc ltallroad. Oolce
and drug store opposite tho depot.
T O. O. r.-PLAGSTAlT LODGE, NO. II,
1. meets every Wednesday evening In Odd"
rellotts' Hall. Visiting brethren cordially
dlally Invited. N. O. Layto.x, N. u.
Wu. ilooEV, bueretary..
FLaTjSTAI'K LODGE. NO. 7, !'& A. m!
Hcgular meetings on fourth .Monday
mains every calendar month. Called meet
ings every other Monday night fjr woik.
j oiucr, Haviu f. jtAiir, Didsivr.
unit. In .Masonic Hall, flagstaff, on tho llrst
uhu iiiiru imin.ua' 01 cacti mount. Visiting
Hi-others and all members In good btandliig
are cordially lm lted to attend.
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J W. rnAjicis. It. H.
T7LAGSTA1T LODGE, NO. 11. I. O. G.T..
I meets Saturday evcnlnzof each eok at.
jiasonlc Hall. All Good Templars In good
standing cordially welcome.
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Hr.xnv As nuiiST, It. S.
Tho position of the Florence Enter
prise on statehood does not appear
satisfactory to some of its Phomix con
temporaries, and is being severely
criticised by them for the supposed
error of its ways. This is neither fair
nor courteous to tho profession. News
papers like private individuals, differ
on important subjects, and no ono pa
per or party of papers, has a right to
attempt to dictate the policyof another
in which they havo no financial inter
est. If this wet o possible all antagon
ism would bo crushed and but ono side
of a subject would bo placed before tho
people. Fortunately it is otherwise.
As the constitution, in its adoption oil-ejection,
means much to Arizonn, tho
fullest and freest scope for its dlseus
sioti should uot only bo given but
should bo encouraged. If it contains
subject matter that is not only not
acceptable but is injurious to the citi
zens of any ono portion of tho county,
those people through their representa
tive, tho press, should bo respectfully
"heard against it. It is but fair that
we should bo fair all around. Our
neighbors have opinions that should bo
respected as well as our own, and this
fact should not bo lost sight of in tho
btatehood controversy that is now be
fore tho public Tucson Citizen.
I'roiii Our i:xcliniiKes.
They hay l'or nnd
Advocates of statehood vv ho pay uo
tax and consequently dance while
others pay the fiddler, ate as proud of
the recently, framed constitution as tho
boy with his first pair of red-top boots.
Look at my boots! Look at our con
stitution! Silver Belt.
Judjro W. IL Stillw ell of Tombstone,
who has done some tall figuring on
stato expenses under tho new constitu
tion, estimates tho increased expenses
over and above the present cost of
maintaining the territorial form of
government at 75,000. This amount
added to $10,000 of lerritoi ial Indebt
edness annually incurred will make an
annual indebtedness of $115,000.
What tho benefits of statehood havo to
offer against this is yet to be demon
strated. Tucson Citzen.
Woid comes from Tombstone that
Hon. Mark Smith will not stump his
county in favor of tho new constitu
tion. It is well known that Mark
voted five different wa)s on the water
question. On tho day of tho adoption
of the obnoxious clause he voted
against it, but tho next morning asked
tho privilege of withdrawing his nega
tive vote and placing himself on record
as having voted for it. Ho was oblig
ingly permitted to do so. this was a
great mistake on his part. . To begin
with ho believed tho bill was wrong
and voted against it. Had ho stood by
ids first record it would havo made him
many friends, lie is wiso however, in
letting the thing take its chauces
nniong tho electors of tho county with
out attempting to bolster it up with his
oratory. Tucson Citizen.
ntail this, the question maynot inaptly
bo asked, when will stockmen learn
wisdom? In tho light of past history
it has over been this way. Has tlio
spilit of patience iu well doing lied
from the scat or reason? Do tho signs
of the times, intelligently read, oiler
no evidence that there is iu tho near
fuluro probabilities and strong possi
bilities of a genuine return to pikes
tint point tho way to prosperity ?
Present prices for good beef cattle aro
by no menus to be despised, and war
rant breeders and rango cattlemen in
staying with tho business and iu pay
ing better prices for cattlo to increase
their beef herds. Stock Growers
one of hay and ono of t oiled barlev.
The pumping scheme inaugurated by
these gentlemen whereby nianj thous
ands of acres of desert will soon bo
under cultivation, has proved a perfect
success, and preparations are now be
ing mado to put in ono hundred acres
of vegetables which will be ready for
maikct during Januaty and February.
The company has also given contract
for tho planting of 300 acres of fruit
trees, one-half of the acreage to bo
citrus ft nit, such as apple, pear pome
granate and others. Phoenix Republican.
XOTICKS roil I'ULICATIOX.
Land Office at PnEscoir. Amz., t
October 7, llfll. f
Notice Is hereby given that tho following '
named btttler has filed notice of his Intention
1.0 make final proof hi support of Ida claim,
and that said proof will Iki made be
fore the Clerk of tho District Court,
at IlagstalT, Arizona, 1'ilduy, November
JO. 1831. viz: Norman Hall, declaratory
statement No. 21SI for the S E V Sec., j
H. Twp. 22 N. It 0 1:. Ho names tho following; f
witnesses to nrovo his continuous rn.iilniim
upon, and cultivation of. Kald land, viz: WU-
nam ii. tayior. iicnry u. iickett, Ludwig
en, uiou mine, an ot i lagstair, Ai iz.
J. C. Mabtim. lteglster. '
IIih kttiiit Ari)n r,i!.
Tho Host Salvo iu tho world fro
Uuts. Bruises, Sore3, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Soros, Totter. Chapped!
Hands, Chilblains Corn?, and all Skin
Eruption?, mid positively cure3 Piles,
or no pay requiicd. It is guaranteed
to give perfect Satisfa -tion, or money
refunded. Piic6 25 cents per box.
For snln by I). .Tt.iJtnnnen. '
Ueeso M. Ling, of Prescott, was in
town Wednesday. Mr. Ling Ls ono of
tho youngest lawyers iu the Territory,
and, is among tho brightest and will
reach tho front rank of his profession.
Tho constitution for Arizonaadopted
bv tho Constitutional Convention
October 2, 1891, is sent out with this
issue of tho Coroxiso Sun. Every
voter should peruse it carefully and
have his mind made up to vote for or
against it on December 1, 1891.
The abovo sketch was tnai'e from a plioto
grapiii taken in tho stores of Ve1n4tock,
1-ub u, & Co , Sacrameuto, oto morning last
.uay. vuu w, .v-. -.. ..- ouut COCONINO. NO. U INDEPHND-
partmenU were equally crowded, a is thoK enl Order Foresters, holds n-gular meet-
case uii many day iu the j ear.
Our tjoo-U aiebe-t a' irtetated ly thote trj
mi Utit to ere and jetl tlie.n, and to comjpaie
with the yoo'U of oth'r lioutea.
I wo ti.iiply had low price3, without right
qnahtici ami right styles, thcro-wcjld be
lulle to gain in dealing here, and we should
not he able to hold for a day tho great trado
that does coino from Sacramento and through
In the very throng shown in tho sketch
are doubtless several " Al ail Order Selectors."
Ttiesa people are carefully chosen for their
iiittlhgenco and taste, and go about the
storo making purchases for those who send
ia their orders by post. They are held
responsible for the satisfactory filling of
every order, and daro not ruk tending any
llnnz but tho very best the house affords.
Biforo'tho goods on any order are packed
for shipment, they aro carefully gone over
by a staff of very competent people, called
"Examiners." Thus two sets of people
view critically every item, and as nearly as
possible from tho stand-pointof tho customer,
v. I.0111 they represent. Serious complaints
aro rarely received, although hundreds of
orders are dmpatclied daily.
In many respects, mail-order shopping is
moio sitisfactory than buying in person.
Tro fino illustrations in tha eataloguo (a
copy is sent frco to any address), and tho
clear and impartial descriptions, cnablo one
to sit at home and decide at their lcisuro
just what goods wdl best suit their purpose.
In aa hour spent in looking over tho cata
logue, they can really see a larger variety of
gnodi and get more useful information than
tboy can iu a day spent ia shopping through
a crowded store.
It is .0 tho interest of the house to fill
every order so well that other orders will be
suie to follow. Small orders aro often sent
in ts tha forerunners of large ones. They
aro nwdidcd ta "tests." This on, fact,
if not'a.ng clr.-, prompts us to fill every
order, no nutter how small, to the very best
of our ability.
Samples of dress goods, prints, muslins,
etc, are sent frca oa application. Those
n l,o order samples will oblige by stating as
nearly as possible tho colors desired, and
about the prices they wish to pay. In this
way much larger telections bordering oa
their wants can bo sent.
Land Office at l'nnscorr. Amz., 1
October 14, ISJ1. f
Notice Is hereby given that the following-
iiuineu seiner nas men notice or His intention 1
10 mako final proof In Mipportof his claim,
and that said proof will be mado Iks- ,
fore the Clerk of the District Court at-1-lagstair.
Arizona, on r-aturday. November ,
.'1. 1831. viz. Anton Klein, homestead !
application No. riT9, for tho N !t N E '1
and E , N VV i. bee 30. Twp 23 N. It 0 E. Hi
names the following witnesses to prove his
-ontlnuous residence upon und cultivation
it. hald laud. viz. Norman Hall. James A. ;
Uarsliall. Henry t Lockctt, Joseph It. Lock- ,
Jtt. of riagtatf, Ariz. I
ocl-Ct J. C. JlAnris. lteglster, 1
LVM) OFTKE AT PnBSCOTT, Amz., 1 1
fecptember 2s. 1881. j
,iiiro i m-reujr piTn uiat me rouowing
namcdhcttlcrhas tiled notice of his Intention
u mako final proof in Mipport of hi claim.
aim mat raw pn win ie mauo ocrore J-
uuthrlo bav.'ia tinted Stnti-a C.uirf. iv,m-
mlssloner. at flagstaff, Ariz., on Monday.
November 9. 1(01. viz: Ludwnr Velt. honie-
ntuid application No 1, for tho N W j bee
iz, iwp,K a, i.e r no names tlie following
Miinvshcs 10 prove nis continuous rosiuouco
upon mid cultivation of. hald land, viz: Nor
man Hall, John Clark. Anton Klein, Ocorgo
Campbell, of Flagstaff. Ariz.
oci-ut j. c. M.vnTiN, ijeglstcr.
WELN'STOCK, LUBIN, & CO..
400 to 412 K Street,
P. 8. Tliis is tho largest general rctiil
house on the Coast, employing between 275
and 350 people and carrying completo lines
of Clothing, Cloaks, Dress Goods, Domestics,
Han, Shoes, Millinery, Notions, Household
Supplies, Toys, Books, etc. Largo illus
trated catalogue free to any address. 9-
Beauty is said'to bo only skin deep;
but to posess aud preserve a beautiful
kin. pure, . igorous moon 13 essential,
'ills- is best secured by taking Ayer'.s
tSaroamrilla lu small but frequent
. IVT. . 1fT.1 ,. 1,1a,i1
r .A:.d it is the most rciiaoto 01 uiuu
DetifnCMsCuii't bo Cured
lly local applications, as they cannot reach
tho diseased portion of tho ear. There ls
onlv ono way to euro Deafness, and that Is
by constitutional remedies. Deafness ts 1 to uualitV
. ,n .1 A..n-lll.... Af !.-. I
CUUSCU Dy ail JUIIIinuu tuiiuumn ui liiu
mucous lining of tho Eustachian Tube.
When this tubo gets Inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and
when It Is entirely closed Deafness is tho re
11 It and unless tho Inllnmatloii can bo taken
out iind this tubo restored to tts normal con
dition, hearing will bo destroyed forever;
n no cases out of ton aro caused by catarrh,
which U nothing but an lnilamcd condition
Vowm'glvo onWndrcd dollan for any
case of Deafness tcaustd bycotarrhi that wo
rS?. not cure by taking Uiiirs Catarrh Cure.
Has Xot Designed.
Tho following from tho Globe-Democrat
explains whj it was that Mr.
Hobinson tendered Ins resignation as
general manager of tho Aransas Pass
raihoad a few days ago, which caused
so much wonder among his friends:
San Antonio, Tex., October 22 It
is now stated hero that tho rcsignatiu 11
of Mr. D. 11. Hobinson as general man
ager of the San Antonio and Aransas
Pass railway after one week of service,
has nothing more behind it than the
expediency of his immediately assum
ing charge. Ho made a trip over tlio
road, inspected its workings ami was
thoroughly satisfied with tho outlook.
When reorganization is effected Mr.
Hobinson will assume charge as presi
dent and general manager. His re
tirement is, theiefote, merely tempo
rary. When the road passes from
under the receivers, who are working
to placo it upon a sound financial foot
ing, Mr. KoJiiUbon will tako enarge.
Tho Doston Advertiser says: Tcni
tory wools hold steady with tlio sales
averaging fair. Tlio market is well
supplied, which has a tendency to make
buyers rather indifferent, but general
values are well maintained. The rango
for line stronr warn tetritory wools
yet hold at about G0G2c scouted.
with some fancy lots quoted a shade
higher, whilo the fino medium holds
steady at 68G0e. Fine medium
wools in the grease remain at about
1921e, with occasional light lots as
high as 22e. Texas wools rule iu fair
demand, with offerings moderate, tho
better trrades of 12 months' grovvUi
ranging about tho samo as territories!
with the shorter staple at !l to 5o off, is
California wools remain
(pilot aud about steady, there being
littlo pressure to sell, owing to tlio
high cost of supplies in San Francisco.
be,... for c,IKNKY & CO., Toledo, O,
XSTioli by Druggists, 75c.
TO THE GOOD PEOPLE OK FLAGSTAFF, GREETING:
We offer for your inspection a complete line ol Staple and
Fancy Groceries. Our buyers have scoured the markets, and
we can now offer at most reasonable prices (quality considered)
the result of their labor.
' ,' J"
Dry Goods and gents' Furnishing Department.
To friends and strangers we give a hearty invitation to
call and see our large stock of Dry Goods, Clothing and Gents'
Furnishing Goods. We have just received a large shipment
of fall and winter goods. This is an opportunity to securethe
best bargains ever offered in Flagstaff. Fail not to visit our
store and see for yourself, the famous bargains offered. You
.will never forget them .
BOOT3 AND SHOES.
It requires no argument to convince the people that the
most reliable and cheapest place at which to buy boots and
shoes at Babbitt Bros. They have always in stock the'
1 " Intpcr ;rvh; :ind best m.ikes.
'IjmIv-- ' '
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We have everything you can ask for in this line,
rs, Sash, Redwood Shingles, Paints, Oils. Glass,
Doors, Sash, Redwood bhmgles, Paints, Uils. Glass, Lenient, .
Plaster Paris, htc. A lull line oi Hardware and stoves.
Tho attentiou of tho ladles of Flag
staff is called to our lino of lino visit
Captain Henry Kislingbury wrifes
fropi California that Mra, Kisliygbury,
has presented h(m vitu a uuo boy,
, S' - , '
1.U JyJit SSev- . -k.
- ,- , , , w , .:i y
11 gl sta f, .A.x-iox-a'ei.
" ol !
Land OrricE at Prbecott. Amz., f
UCIOIX.T 16, 1W1.
Notice Is bereby clven tbat tlio following
named pettier has (lied notice nf hU Intnmlnti
to tiuikc final proof In hiipiwrt of bis claim.
niiu mai saiu prooi win oe mane neroro tlio
l lerk of tlie District I'ourt nt KlaKstuff. Arl-1
rona. on hattira:i. Vn mi Iter 2k iii. iy
Jetrvrison I), fcbephtrd. Declaratory Mate-
meiii .o. . lor 1110 i sec. 11. twp 20
N. It'E He names the follow Ing ultnossi's
to pro e bis continuous residence npon.and
culthntlonot. f-ald land, viz: John llnrrlns-i
ton. Louk Douirlicrt)'. Uliavlt Manley.
blielton T. Urlekcr. all of I'Lizstaff.
J.C. Martin. ItegNter. 1
GUTIIUIE SAVAGE. I'SITED STATES
Coiiiinlhsioiiernf th" I), trlct Court In tho
Fourth Judicial District of Iho Territnrv
of Arizona. District Court Commissioner In
and for the County of Coconino, Jn said Ter
ritory, ami I'. f. Pension Notary. Admitted
to practice before the arlous hureDiisof tho
department. Office tvfo doors north of tho
Bank Hotel. i I
T? LAGTAI r KOAKDOr TltADE MEETS
i on thocenIncof the fourth Wednesday I
f each month at the office of W. L. Van 1
Horn. Kllpatrlck lntllillii?. f
Dn. D. J. Huakxbv. Ip,v. '
L. Van Ilonx, Fee. L
AGbTAKP LI11KAHY AND nEADINT,
Itooin Association. Iteadltnr nvini nwn
dally from 9 n.m. to 10 p. m.; Sundays 2 to
lup.jn. com i.ii welcome to all visitors.
A. 1 Gius-on. Librarian.
PitorosALs ron coxstkuctTon op
one set of oflieers nuarters nt Tort
Apache. Arlrona. Ileadou.irtors Department
nf Arlronsi, OIKce of Clilef Quartorniaster
J,os Aiiccles. Cal.. Octol)er 13. lSyi. Sealed pro
posals In duplicate, will lie received nt tlil.
otllco until llo'clock n.m..outlio l.ith day of
Noicnbrr 1)411. at whlrh lime and placothey
wlll bo opened In the prc-euco uf nttcudluK'
bidders, for tin constructloimt 1 ort Apache.
Arizona, of one officii' tiuartriN, iic.i)-nlncto
plans and specifications on file In this ot'lce.
and tho otiico nf pct iiniiiieriiinster nt that
postvthlch will lwshonnaiKl hlHiik prujKisjls
ami circulars cltlni; full Insti unions ns to
manner of bidding, and teriiw nfeoutruct
furnlslicd on application. Tho Gouuiiment
reserves tho right to reject any or nil pro
posals. Envelopes containing proposals
should lw marked, "Proposals for Construc
tion nt Fort Apache. Arizona," und addressed
to the undersigned. J. U. c. LEE,
Major and Chief Quartermaster.
"T7t)R SAI.h-250 sl'ANIMMtERl.Vu
hacks, hy Mc.MilbmV (iooduin. F!a.'
lalT. Aruona. sep 12 tf ,
iion liegins se
)F ARIZ 'NX-SEs-
eptemhrr 10 fum in
Itcc. Agricultural college school nf Dimes,
and preparaturv course. For citalo ue ad
dress Secretin of University Faculw, flic-
son, A. 1. sep I2'3m.
To Wool Growers
II" YOU WANT
To keep your Sheep healthy, and Iiimito a
good clip, use,
Hayward's Sheep Dips.
A hlllti: CUltlJ T HOnEKATIl COST. j
Hayward's "Paste Duti
JHxes with either C"II r W nru Water.''
Hayward's Liquid Bip
and does not stain It.
CHRISTY & WfSE,
WOOL COMMISSION- MEHCHANTC. t
I'lflh nnd Tounnenil sU..Ki,l,KrancUr.o, Cat J
Get. oral Agorits,
All persons are cautioned not totak'
up or pay ibeck jJo. 55i for" lhof'
amount of 1 1.92, 011 Arizona Central
lJttulc,,, tlravi-n by Dr". I). J. Uranu'On
nnil matlti. uavnblu to Olias. W. Uavis.
agctit- Jl'aj mcut-lias been stopped uM
said clieck1.. Chas. V, DAVitf,
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