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BEEF BEEF
HACKBERRY
IHEAT MARKET
DAVIS bouse
PROPRIETORS
Are killing CHARLES SPENCERS
Milkweed Spring Cattle
Will supply Hotel and Restaurants at rates
Jhat cannot Uj obtained eLetylwe
Orders by mail promptly attended to
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RAILROAD AVENUE ALHUQUER
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nmple Rooms keep c pslaiitly on lnr 1
choice old Mclirayer whisky and good cigar
BRADLEY WESTLAKE KARR
PROPIETORS
Sign of the Revolving Light
MILLER 1HUNTLEY
PROPRIETORS OF THE
CABINET
SALOON
Peach Springs A T
seep c nstantly oi hand the celebrated Mi
Brier and Hermitage brands of WlmL
and a splendid assortment of Cigan
Only 15 Ball Pool Ta
ble in Town
I unch Counter attached where meali ai
Jay and night
Travellers Rest
COMFORT EASE
Liquid Refreshments
AND nil
CHOICEST RRANDS OF CIGAR-
IV ADDITION to a well filled and f
nihtd Saloon I have added a
LODGING HOUSE
Which provided with comfortable Bad
and alwaya politi alle dance
JHE WEARY AND THIRSTS
REST WITH ME
BarberlShop Aoacent
JACK CAMMACK
Peach Springs A T
J EV RUSSELL CO
Gem Saloon
HACKBERRY
CHOIQEST BRtyDS OF
Liquors
and Ciaivs
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LYDIA E PIMKHAM8
VEGETABLE 00MP0UND
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For nil tho Paluful Complaint and Wcafcneuei
o oomKion to onr bctt fmal populailoa
1 31 idlelno for ITomin tnrrnttfl by a Worn i
Prepared hj a lVomtn
fk CrMtNl l4Irl DlMrerf 8ImU Dtwi f UitUrj
Vrt t1tm th drooping ptrlt lnrlxoratti and
aftrmsatuj tb orjanlo fuactloaa plrw clutlelt and
irmatM to th itep rtttorot he natural luitro to tkc
TtaalplinUonthopaloohookofwomaa Uo frh
roiM of Ufas iprinf and tartjr tumratr ttma
prThysieianA Usa It and Prsscribo It Froily E
It romoTM falntncsa Citalncy deitroya all eraTing
for iMsialaatandreliaTOSwoacaouof tht gtomach
That feellnj otbearlnir down cauttngptln wtlght
an S backache Is always perminentr earod by It usa
fartka care af Kidney ComjUIbU of either oox
tU Compoumd It MaaurpaMed
i tdia e pixmiAira Bionn puhitier
will eradicate orery TeUffe or Humor ticui U o
Mood and giro ton and ttreog th to tha bjkUio ot
aaaa woman or child Inwiit on haTif It
Both the Compound and Ubod rarlfler ara prpr
ai 233 and SU Western ATenue Lynn Uaas Frleoof
either L Six bottlee for t Sent by mall to the form
of pill or of loBonzoi oa receipt of price 1 per box
fur either Mrs Plnkham freely answers al letters cf
Inquiry Encloae Set stamp BendforpampLlt
No f mllr should ba without LTDIA E rrnciTAM9
LIVKtt TILLS Thcr euro constipation blUotuukW
aadeorpldityottheUTer ii cents per fcox
SJ Sold by all DrufffflstavS 0
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ton all fJiuMRkSibMr Soothiho
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Such Tetters jfASgSWAYNES
Pimhei Sores vWSwtV Ointment
RAIH BAflB7 On ACCOUNT OF Af
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Bansers flKvWwLiV aElf RtoseiT is
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Pamlnt throuKb the most entMTrttlnj nortlam
of Khiish and Mtwnun tlie braiilllul Irutlan Trr
ninr ami letax with Haolid steel tiack In and
triin Uie Union Depot ot HI Unti KmiiiIIiiI
hanw Cily a Ht Joseph Mo J IcUlium hiiiI
lavniHiirth Km and t nnhonlci nixkln
ewe conuevlloiis In these Ui uota with KiIIwhj
UHfalradlux to all parts ot Uie Untied 8tHlra
Paweiin n who pnrehasTloli ets oyar tne Mil
HACIKIC ItAIIWAY hure
No Change of Cars
AND DAILY THAIN8
Retwreo the VolloiiiK Cities
Knnsas City and St louis
Leavenworth anil St IouU
Atchison Htid St I mils
St Jaiepli and St Inuls
Fnrt Scott and St Lnuta
Fort Scott mid Hiuinilial
Fort Scott and Kansas City
Emporia and St LouiH
Junction City and St Louli
DpniRim and Hannibal
Denlnoii and Ksnsas City
Odalla and Oinaln
Kunsas City and tmaha
with
Reclining Choir Oars Free
HmMm PIVK IIiim of Pullman Sire pins Car and
hntidmr Ih Coaclirs with Toilet thorn and
the latent ipmrrinenta heated or Ultra and
thormwhly Tenliltted earpeledund with colored
attendant
The Missouri Pacific Itallwiy
Hm a Kteel Track th Miller natlona aid th
Improrrd Automatic Air Mrake on aitianlD itr
panieiiirer Iraros It Is In erey respMt
A FIRST CLASS RAILWAY
For Map Time Tables and Interesting readlnt
mansr concerning the MUwunl Paclfe Rallwai
and lueqnneettotu with other lues which wtU
bt mailed FRBB addreai
JAB D BROWr
FOHANQUt
Asst Oenn ra AX qm1 Kb All
A A TALMAOK OenT Manafer
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ALBERT CROOK
Atlantic Pacific
SALOON
PEACH SPRINGS - - A T
The best of Wins Liquors and Cigar
The lony Kxprest
April 3d 1857 Russell Waddell
Co started the ponv express from St
Jo to Sacramento The ocean steamer
company did not look with favorable
eyes upon the enterprise and said the
steamers would get away wjth the
pony racket when it came to making
fast time Russell thought different
and a bet of 50000 was won
The race began and was watched
with breathless interest Station
after station was passed The ponies
from the ocean and from the vallev
panted toward each other with the
hundreds of miles between them melt
ing away At each station there wa
another horse saddled and rider read
spurred The mail bjg was tossed
fr ni one to the other and on it sped
like the wind with the fresh horse and
rider One boy on the first trip wjs
lost in a canon of snow For font
precioils hours he wandered Tnei
he started with renewed vigor An
other was lost in the Platte Tin
horse he rode was drowned but tht
ider swam out and looted it to tlu
next station Here his relief was in
watting and the flight was taken u
igain Would the rider and the
norse with their daring energy win
Would the accident and the strange
ness of the trial make them lose Ni
one could tell The days passed tlu
ponies neared each other they passea
the riders gave a wild hurrah On
and on whip and spur Ten da
are gone and the ponies have kept up
10 the mark Fifteen At 3 oclock
the westward bound must be in Sacra
mento The noon passed and the
minutes are being counted Half
past two Will the brave rider be on
hand As yet there is no sign With
only thirty minutes to spare Russell
wants to double his bet Then a
cloud of uust js seen It groys to a
-peck The rider waves his hat Tin
people shout The pony express ha
crossed the great American desert
Victory there is still twenty minutes
grace Shasta Courier
A slilck n City
Dr N H Matas pens the following
graphic picture of the scenes in Her
mosillo during the ravages of the
plague It is impossible for any out
who has never witnessed the terrible
cfljctsof a mortifeious epidemic 01
jellow fever to represent in his mino
the panic fear anxiety torture mis
eiy and desolation with which the in
Habitants of Hermosillo have been
dricken At the first moment of the
alarm there ws a chaos a big excite-
iiient and a general desertion of the
Wealthy class of people in every direc
tion ot the state only those who had
10 means to ro or whose interests
could not be left alone remaining
In this way the city composed ol the
poorest class of people was left to
truggle with the scourge Soon aftei
all the business houses stores anu
hotels were closed the streets deserteu
and the enemy had his black flag dis
played in every quarter of the city
itnking without mercy the p or vie
urns who had remained in it Tlu
sight of the town in the daytime wa
very sad and melancholy nobod
could hardly be seen on the streets
except those who ran after the doctor
or alter some medicines or some othei
necessary errand At home every
body was busy attending the sick
There was no other topic in the streets
but fever how many had died how
many were sick and once in a whik
the startling newsof thedeath of some
Iriend with whom we had hed a con
versation a few hours or a fev days
before
The Atlantic Pacific railroad
company is having plats of all town
ships included within its land grant
prepared at the Surveyor Qenerals
office and abstracts of all entries on
their grant made at the land office
There are over 700 townships con
tained in the grant Santa Fe Rc J
yiew
The Atlantic Pacific railrpad car
shops are buiy just at present in re
modeling and enlarging the mail cars
for the increased postal requirements
of that route
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Our HMiiircei
Arizona it destined to become the
centre of a large stock growing dis
trict as there is no part of the United
States that offers better facilities to
itock raisers Apache county alone
is capable of sustaining millions of
head of cattle horses and sheep
There is plenty of water along tlu
Little Colorado river lor a distance
of two hundred and fifty miles and
die range forjjtock aJl along the en
tire distance is good for pasturage
Then between there and the Mogol
Ion range of mountains there art
lumerous springs where the feedur
ounding qannot be surpassed in tht
vide world and there are also all
along this entire range of mountains
oeautilul springs where stock raising
md dry farming can be carried on
successlully The grass in thatsectioi
country is of the best quality ami
in rich abundance Corn and pota
oes can be raised without irrigation
Along the Little Colorado river com
nencingat its source and continuing
ilong to Woodruff can be found a
vast amount of farming land that
needs only the hard working farmci
to eventually transform the rich bot
tom land into a farmers paradise
The experience of the fanners of St
Johns Round Valley and Woodruff
nashis year proven this to be a fact
I here is no place in the Territory
vhere more grain has been raised pei
acre than has been produced thisyeai
in the fields north of and lying neat
0 St Johns and this is but a small
oeginning to what will yet be accom
pushed in this section of country
together with these advantages then
is one of the finest bodies of timbei
covering the Mogollon mountains
that can be found in the United States
or even on this continent and it is
out a matter of time until railroad
will run from all directions into these
mountains to taks this fine quality of
timber to distant mjrkets The time
Is near when the howl of the panthei
and bear and the gobbling ot the tur
keys will be supplanted along the en
tire length of tne mountains by he
shrill whistle of the steam saw mills
the smoke of whose engines will assist
in moderating the already not verj
old climate All that Apache count
needs is men of pluck and energy
who will Identify themselves with he
interests and spend means in erecting
mills tanneries and machine shops ol
all descriptions to emp oy the harih
poor who will et seek homes here b
thousands lhisisno vain chimera
of the brain but will be proven to U
correct in a few short years and lit
who acts upon the hint and wisely in
vests his capital in home manufaemje
wlll receive a reward far beyond hi
expectations Era
Openlne of A P
George W Cole eneral freight
igent of the Frisco left last evening
for Topeka there to meet Mesirs
Goddard of the Atchison and Wit
turns of the A P to arrange foi
through billing of freight from St
Louis to the Golden Gate Or Tues
day next thtre will be a conference at
Kansas City between the general pas
senger agents interested in the trans
continental route viz Messrs Wish
irt of the Frisco Williams of the A
P White of the Atchison ano
Goodrich of the Southern Pcific foi
the purpose of arranging rates and
divisions Mr Wishart left last even
ing for Tqpeka there to confer with
Mr yiiite as to through tickets etc
lor the new route St Louis Globe
Democrat
Order of Conductors In Seasloife
Kansas City Mo Oct i6 The
Order of Railway Conductors of the
United States nd Canada convened
in secret session this p m this being
the sixteenth annual convention Two
hundred and fifty conductors are pres
ent with Grand Chief Conductor C
L Wheaton of EJmira N Y in the
chair The usual committees wer
appointed and after reading annual
reports they adjourned until to mor
row Reports show the number ot
divisions to be ninety five member
ship 3250 conductors an increase of
The Arizona Champion
TOL 1
G S JSasterday M D
ALIIUQUKUQUE N M
Office over Cily Drug Sture ronivllalli M
by letter ill receive pr mpt attention
JUtlOe VM D SIOAN JAMES J HEDGES
SJoan Hedges
ATTORNIiYSi OCNSKlLOR at LA
Gram lllock
ALBUQUERQUE A AI
C C MCCOMAS
Dittrict Attorney 2d Judicial Dist
ALHUQUEUQUK
CAT RON THORNTON
Santt l e
McComas Catron Thornton
ATTORNEY AT LAW
ALIiUQUCRQUK N M
Dr C M Kimball
PHYSICIAN NU SURGEON
Office over lhelans Drug Store Harrison
Building
ALUUQUERQUE N M
STpNE STQNE
ATTORNEYS AND COUNaELORi
AL1UQUERQUE N M
Dr John F Pearce
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office over City Drug Store corner Third a d
Knilnad Avenue Albuquerque
Jns T Saunders
ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Office No 51 romncll Block
ALUUQUERQUE N M
Will practice in all the courts All Lu i
pess entrusted to me wilt receive prompt at
tent cm Collections will receive prompt j1
entiun
Dr C C jBjjker
lUYslt I N AND SURGEON
ALBUQUIRQUE N At
Office Hours S to 10a m 130 to 3p m
71 9 p m Office on Railroad Avenut
next door to Itsser Brothers up tii
Homjepathic treatment furnished whendcsii
ed Residence corner Fouith and Gold w
J 4 M LOWES
DRESSMAKERS
AND
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
V Sf l arget soc- in Alliu iuercue
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TEACH SPRINGS MOHAVE COUNTY A T SATURDAY OCT 27 1883
Weekly Champion HAC KBE R R Y
Published Every Saturday
One Yer
Six Months
TERMS
500
300
Advertising Itrmt nide know on appli
cation at lie office r by mail
A K KAY Pioprieor
BESTAITCANT
j T DAVIS
JPRQPRIPTOR
PATRICK CANAVAN
DEALER IN
CLOTHING
Boots S Shoes
FOR LABORING MKN
Peach Springs
BKST BRANDS OF
Liquors and Cigars
onstanlly on hand at retail Cive me rycil
NO 7
34 divisions and 1250 members dur
ing the year cash in treasury 1580
The insurance association is in a
healthy condition with a membership
Mining
Less than ine ear agi the Black ills
raining ilitrict twenty milos east of Irescolt
has comparatively speaking a barren waste
no signs of development or the sound of the
hammer and drill being seen or heard on
either side Since that time however the
United Verdi Mining Company having be
come interested in properties and believing
that the precious metals existed there in
large quantities at a great expee put a
large number of men at work built roads and
commenced the erection of a large smelter
and to day the camp is one of lue most pros
perous in Arizona Tiie smelter is running -
night and day on ore from three mines and
the rcsul has leen so successful thai the cm
pa y will put up an additional smelter next
spring which will necessitate the employment
of double the present force At pre ent there
are eighty men at work in the mine- and mill
whose wages vary from 3 to 4perdjy The
-inciter has been in operation for bout sixty
days during which lime the value of ihepro
luct copper and iilver has been nearly
J200000 Clos to the mine ipute a little
etllement has sprung tip with the usual run
if mercantile h uses saloons etc mail facil
ities established and everthing else pertain
ing to 1 mining camp
From John Goodwin who arrived in Pres
cott recently from the Verde we learn of a
rich dis overy made by him and two others in
the Dlack Hills district The find is situated
three miles south of the United Verde Com
panys camp and is of mammoth proportions
The owneis of the properly have cross cut on
the ledge five feet with no indication of
cither wall but they intend continuing until
they strike it In character the ore is oxide
if copper and contains a large percentage of
ilver and copper Courier
V Opening of tli New Overland Itoute
San Francisco Oct 16 The first
through sleeper for St Louis via At
lantic Pacific and St Louis San
Francisco roads will leave herf on
Saturday morninS next The route
will be by Mohave the Needles AU
buquerque and Halstead to St Louis
a distance of 440 miles When
this new route is opened the Atchison
Topka road will cease running the
express traih from Albuquerque to
Deming and will not make close con
nection with the Southern Pacific at
Deming No through cars will be
run from here to Kansas City over
that route Beginning Saturday next
the Atlantic Pacific will be tfce
naiu southern overland route
The Good Kffect of Competition
A Bulletin special quoting from
the New York Times says Nothing
more antiquated and shabby in the
way of railroad coaches can be found
than those in use on the Central Paci
fic road The directors and their
friends may travel in rolling palaces
but the general public must be trans
ported in antique arks unknown an4
unused by any other line in which it
is not possible to read print b he
railway tapers feeble rays Since the
Northern Pacific line with its modern
coaches and appliances has been
opened there is an industriously cir
culated pleasing rumor that the Cent
ral Pacific road is to be equipped with
new and commodious parlor and
sleeping cars That is what competi
tor does fnrtranrontinental travel1
The following is the school census
of the Territory by counties with the
apportionment of the school fund as
made by the Territorial Board of Edu
cation
Maricopa 1317 jhildr
titua 2317
Yavapai 1352
Apache 1126
Cochise 1013
Yuma 649
Graham 631
final 6j
Gila 179
Mohaye 154
9376
648 50
1 158 50
676 Os
563 OO
306 bo
324 50
37 SO
317 00
89 50
77 09
I46S8 90
The fig tree grows and produces
well in Arizona In fact this is just
the climate where it will produce the
best results Several experiments
during the present season demonstrate
tht of all fruit the fig grows the most
luxuriantly vand the bearing season is
longer tkan any other fruit We
have observed trees which CQtntrienced
bearing last August that are still ger
minating fruit while ripe figs are
plucked daily from the branches
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