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:!B Weekly .Champion.
Bb C. M. Funston, Editor and Proji.
,, Saturdat, May, 6, 1801.
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On Monday of t'jis week thorp was
j-eported'a la'ro rainfal throughout
'the northern part of tho territory, and
it will be of untold yalup to Ilio cattle,
Tli past woeE jiaV witnessed not a
.Jittle excitoptont throughout th.p terri
tory, duo to the elections, but it is a
notable- fact that there (9 an unusual
.pbsenco of any serious, affrays pr crime
which usually attend thi pvpnt.
"BfUieir powspapers sliajl yo know
theinj" was tho apt comment of a suc
cessful merchant upon tho claims of an
aspiring cqmmunity whoso citizens
were splicitin? hi interest and en
deavpring to impress upon him the en
terprise of its peoploV Year by year
'the newspapers pf a cotpmunity are bo
coming mora ' definitely tho index of
ho "enterprise and progressive tenden
cies of its people. Ex.
The Silver Belt gets in another lick
at statehood, as will bo seen uy tJio
rfnllnwW: "0. fever Zulick. tho
- - "I "jT .
bell wether of stateliood, "is published
in tho Tempo News as delinquent on
special school tax to District No. 4,
Maricona county, in the sum of
S155.84. 'Front this it may bo infer
red whero ho will stand on the tax
roll should Arizona become a state
with consequsnt additional claim for
Governor Irwin has appointed
hirly-soven representatives from Ari
zona the Trans-Mississippi convention,
'which meats in Denver, May 19, 1891.
G. A. Bray is tho dolegato appointed
from Coconino county. The objects of
the convention aro to unito western
people for their common good. Qucs
tions will bq considered aflecting trans
portation, waterway improvements,
markets, manufactures, agriculture,
desert irrigation, mining, trusts, reci
procity and tho over burning Indian
A number of exchanges state that
tho A. it. P. railroad company a,re try
ing to buy tho Frcscott and Arizona
Central, and if tho owners will not sell
they will build a lino from Ash Fork
via way of Prcscatt to Phoenix.
"Whilo tho statement is like a good
many others roado in regards to a
Nprth nd!outbostl, it-"oez foi-wlmt
there is in it, tho peoplo of this section
would liko to see tho road build at an
early dato, and they would bo pleased
to know that tho A. & P. would con
trol the road.
iHE 'lomustone Jfrospoctor says
."Ex-Judge Barnes made an appli
cation for ono of the judgeships on the
land grant commission less than sixty
days ago. As a resident of a territory
cannot be a member of that commis-
sion, his ox-honor insisted that ho was
not a resident of this territory or that
lie had not lost his rcsidopco in Illinois,
and therefore was eligible to bo one of
the members. Hmipg inado poor
headway in this direction he induced
the democrats to place him, on e
picket as ono of tho delegates to the
The drover's prico for cattle in
Chicago for the past four years, in the
month of May each year, is given as
follows: 1888, i5ij; 1889, 3J.OO;.
1890 84.37; 1891, 5.00. Bradstreet
says on this subject that 'as a rule the
prices of beef and cattlo are higher in
April and May than in the first three
months of tho year. This is tho time
-when holders aro roo3t reluctant tu
sell, as cattlo incrcaso rapidly in
weight during tho spring and early
summer. As he consumption of fish
dco'iiies with tho close of the Lenten
season, so the demand for loot and
Thu following remarks by tho Phce-
11W, Arizona, Itepublican, aro full' of
truth and apply to all localities alike:
'There aro ery few philanthropists
when if comes $o tho patronage of a
newspaper. Peoplo will have their
iob work donp whero it can be exe
cuted the cheapest and best. They
will advertise not whero their personal
feeling directs, if they aro business
men, buf in tho medium which gves
thorn tho most extondod circulation at
a proportionate cost. Readers want
the news, and no matter how distaste
ful a papor may bo, politically, or
otherwise, if it presents tho news it
gets the circulation. Tho man who
don't subscribe roads his neighbor's.
A ZOPt company of Indians from
San Carlos resorva,tion has been re-
?icruited, and is now enjouto to tho regi
mental headquarters of the. 9ta In-
fantry, at Whipple- Barracks, Arizona
where it will copstiiutit Company "I"
of that renimont. This is tho first
company of Indians recfuited in tho
Departraontmont pf Arizona, under
geperal Orders fyx 28. Xp. ac'cqrdance
wica orders issueq by uen. McUcoir,
commanding this department, Qol.
Brtlett, Otl) Infantry, djrpcted Lieut
Albert S. JIcNutt to procoed to San
Carlos, whero ho arrived April 10, J$
less than twq wqoks ho hat obtained
fifty-fivo JwUn recruits. Thoy aro
San Carlos Apaches, Alohavcs, Yumas,
Tontos and "VVhito Mountain Apaches,
aqd as tho marched out of their camp
wim an Qscorc ot uiq loin uavniry
add a, contingent of ijayly-clad squaws
tlioy prosonted a most picturesque ap-
arenco. Tho Indians aro all young
men, who, through idleness and bad
counsel, might liavo easy bocome
troublesome About ten can speak
English, nid. ppo has bsen east at
school. Tho fear of want, due to' the
devastation of their fields by the recent
floods of tho Gila, undoubtedly aided
in securing the full company so
(From our Keuulur Correspondent.)
AVasuinqton, May 3, 189J.
Senator Peflcr doe3 not like the
charge that has been made against him
of his beiiig a victim of the presidential
itch, and ho told a fiiend that ho
thought it was but a part of the prcar-
rantjeu program to usn ridicule or any
other wvapou that might be availably
to break tho force of tho argument he
has made sinco ho came east in defense
of tho rising of tho common people, as
represented by tho Farmers Alliance
and organ. zaticms in sympathy there
with, lid says further that he is hot
a candidate for president, aud does not
expect to be, as ho calculates to ducto
the next six years to the sort ice of the
peoplo on the lloor of thu United States
tieiute chamber, and that is about iis
largo a contract as ho cares io under-
iaKo uunng mm lime.
What is the actual condition, of the,
United Stated treasury! flow much
cash, lor immediate use, has the see
reUry of the treasury at his command!
These questions would beem to bu simple
aud easy enough to answer, but what
knowledge docs the public gam when
thellaily treasury balance sheet gives
tho suiplusof auilui)locash as between
eleven and twelve million; the dir
ector of the of mint gives it as S258,
000,000, and secretary Foster as S70,-
000,000. Which, if either, is ughtl
ueruiiiuy au canuoc uc. iur rpsiei
very sensibly says that he believes it
is wise to discuss thu himucialallairsot
tho government wih thu puulicjifj
most px-opkcvyjiMiRt'tC-uitu lnm: but
rolid tounUotion necessary m order to
discuss the matter underbuilding, and
this foundation can not bo had until
thu people aro given an uuthuriutive
statement concerning tho present con
dition of the treasury. Let a plain
statement bo prepared of thpsoveu hun
dred and odd million 01 dodats that
are known to be in thu trcasuiy,
showing just which are trust fuuds and
which the inonoy owed outright by tho
government, and to bu given out in t(ie
place of the present complicated state
ment that nduody oufcsidu of tho treas
ury clepaitmcnt seems to understand at
inland which is interpreted ditleiently
iusdo that bufdiug.
It is' believed that tho friends of Mr.
Harrison have succeeded m getting Mr.
iiliiino to promise (hat he will wiito a
letter which will make it nnposbiblu for
his name to bu longer cotisidtrcd as a
presidential possibility, and which w ill
throw tho elitiro Blame lulluencu to
Mr. ilunison. Mrs. uluine has been n
valuable ally to the Harrison forces,
as sho is must bitterly niiposed to her
husband ever going thlough another
campaign at tho head of las purity's
tirketbelieving that the wory would
certainly kill him. Mr. Blaiuo, if one
may bettave his close personal friends,
needed verv little ncrsuasion as 'far a.4
the uso of llis own numu is conteruod.
us he has long ago reached the conclu
sion that ho would never bu president,
aud mudo up his mind never uguiu tj
be a cardidate. Tho ilurrhoii boom
has received an unexpected accession
in thfi support of Senator Quay and Mr.
Clarkson, who havo been considered as
being opposed to. tho reuomiuatioii of
Mr. liar, ison, and this is Understood
here to mean that thero. will bo-no,
oriianizod opposition to him.
Ex-bonator iilair will not go to China
as United States minister, for tho very
plain reason that the Emp'eror of China
lias' notified tho Department of State
that he 'does not want him to coino.
MrrBlnirwill bo sent elsewhere, proba
bly to Japan." .
The report of tho investigation uiado
by United States officials of the records
of the Italians lynched at Now Orleans
has been received at the department of
justico and turned over to Mr. Bluino
Ut wil prjbably not bo made publio
until alter our. garrison returns ana
possibly not until tho Italian govern
ment is" ogam "heard,? rem. '
The' hou5a and sonato joint commit
tee chargo with tho investigation of the
printing and distribution of publio
documents has. after doing considerable
work, adiourned until able to point out
tho way to save several hundred thou
sand dollars a year without injury to
publio interests. ' J
General Schofield says ho is plehsed
with tho progress npado'in enlisting
Indians in the army, and that ho hopes
some of the Indian troojjs may bo organ
iged and sufficiently disciplined to bo
stationed, at thq World's Fair in 1893.
Table Giving Partial Returns of the flection Held
For Delegate to Constitutional Conv'n
Jamei? 'M. Sanford '......
T. Q. Norris
x " fon Sheriff " "
R II Cajnorgn . .".'.... ,
J W Francis
E II Simpson ", ',
J E Jongs . .'
II D Boss ;
Gecrgo Babbitt '
O W Bush
C J Pitts".
J II JUC0U3
Members Hoard op Supervisors
A. A D'utton
ti T T
L' xj xvoyora
P J Brannen
i rn n. ? 1
.rt. a oornisu
viiviviuuiu iiiviii woktu vtiu onua
hhin fight was aroused this week
tho piesenco here of Mr. Mcliilin
Considerable interest in tho speaker-
several of his linuteniut in couforeucc
Nono of tho en.tle,tnou would say what
they camo for, but it was ovidont
that they thought it important.
Globo wjll ha) e an ico factory.
Judgo Qooding is holding court in
Maricopa county this week.
Tho Yuma Times says that i;rcasu
wood is being shipped 'east''f6r medi
The flouring mill built in East
Phoenix in Ib'GO by 0."ll. Veil utid
V. B, Helling:), was destroyed by hie
Tho Stockman says. "The popula
tion of Wilcox could bo doubled in a
short tinjo vyero it not for a total lack
of residence' houses.
Tho Solomonvillo Bulletin adver
tises that it will leceivo auv thing that
can be eaten by man or beast barring
pumpkins in payment of subscrip
tions. Tho municipal election in Phoenix
resulted in thu election of the entire
democratic tickpt. J. It Campbell
defeated George F. Coats for mayor by
nty wilmost PQsJtive4yJJ:smjUlu"i40 :s as,,oc,l as voa Pleaso
antml in tho"lerritori..l I Ho ',s not 0WJ a,"d nver has been a
not be repro
convention by any one favoring the
creation of a state for Arizona, nor is
she in sympathy with the, eilorts now
inaugurated for tho conduct of tho con
vention by paitti'.jii bosses to supservu
partizan purposes. Silver Bolt. '
"O. P. Smith, appointed postmaster
at Wilgus, Cochise county, Arizona,
vice W. W7 Smith, diid,"ls tho way
tho way the ollictal notice of changes
in tho P. O. department is givei. out
tiora Washington. It should read,
not 'died" but ''murdered by
Somo of tho ranchers on the south
sido of tho nvor aro making a success
of wild oats and grain njixe'd for hay
making purposes. I ho start that wild
oats has nj $iat jarfc of fho valley will
pro long maKo it ono 01 tno principal
hay producing crops of centra) Ari
zona, whore Jil very recently it has
been almost unknown. Its capacity
for spreading over a country is some
thing aitonishing. Herald.
Suit has been, fid by tho oounty of
Pima against tho bondsmen of M. S;
Snyder, ox-tax tollector and county
assesbor, in tho sum of 84070, thu
amount of vyhich Mr. Snyder was rob
bed on tho night of December 30th
last. Thj bp.ndsmonaio A. Steinfeld,
T. Hughes, It. ft. Richardson, il. G.
Samaniego, M. Moreno, .(os. Goldtree,
S. Otero, A.B; Tc'nney, A. V. Gross
etta and S, Cameron. Oitizfen.
Mr. Joe Thompson of Globe, when
in Nogalos, informed Jho Record that
a man had arrived in Cflobg with 25
head of of houses, branded 0. H. con
nected,in'tho qentur also with a braud
U. JJ. uiider tho C. II. As the, fellow
ctfulijrive.na satinfautiory explanation
as to fiow he came iiito''possession of
tho stock, ho was placed uuaer arrest.
At tho timo Mr. Thompson was in No-
galfi3, no trace ot tno owoura oi jne
brand could bo found in Aizona, and
it as liouii'ht they vvere from leva's.
Yesterday Sonor Alpnzo Aspo, cpl
lec,tor of custotus at Juarez, says the
El Paso Herald, received a valuablii
horso from Nogales, Sonoro, which had
been" sent to, him in bond. Stjings
hadbeen fastened around' $ho horse's
neck and body, and 'were fastened to
gether with United States cusra seals.
This is "probably tho first time in the
History 'pf thq United,' States custom
ho'rvice that a liono has beon sent to
ono ' country from another in bond.
The animal Was taken' to"thoUnited
. rtn r'. . '; e 1
States consulate, where tho seals were
Ariiono's onyx has attracted the at
tention of Jamfes W. Harvey, a. large
marblo worker ut KnoxviUe, lenn.,
where ho has charge 6' tno East Ten
nesseo Marblo Company. Ho sends
to Phoenix for specimens of General
O'Neill's onyx quarries at Big Bug,
and wants more information about
Arizona's jisper deposits. Should tho
quality ci 9iiyx, and its polishing
adaptability provo satisfastory, Mr.
Harvey may tlecide to muvo Ids marble
plant to this tonjtory. Additional
railroad facilitirs, however, may bo
needed before thu jasper and pnyx of
this section san be iutioduced to the
commercial world on a regular, busi
ness basis. Republican.
Two old timers took a tenderfoot to
Castlo Creek ilot Springs last week,
proposing anti-rheumatio baths and
sorno poker for diverting recreation.
Thjypluyed and they played, winking
at intervals over the soft sjiap ,thoy
had in thq tenderfoot tlie'n present On
breaking up, ono of tho smart Hassay
anipers walked to tho nearest mining
camp for repairs The other managed
to catch a rido to Phu'nix. liut he
hao to 'crawl to the tenderfoot's hotel
door about 5 a. m the next day and
beg the loan of enough to buy tho
morning cocktail. In other wprdSj
tho tendcrfpqt d;d both thpso sclf-co.i-hdent
llassayampors up completely. 7
Tho rcD9rt that Geronlrcp yas a
Sunday school teichor has been ex
ploded by a letter received by yFiufield
Scott, chaplain of Fortlluachuci, frcm
Chaplain Pearson, of Mount Vornon
barracks, Alubama, in wh(cli he eays;
"Geronimo is here yet and js liks'.j to
puuuujr buuooi mucuur. 110 adcuut
school ouco in a whjlp, but ' not at all
regularly. IIo spends most of his
timo at the depot, selling canes (ho
makes) to travellers pissing up and
doftn the njiljood. f'l(? other Indians
attond my services well, aud I think
aro looking up. You would be greatly
surprised at their advance in civihz
ation." Tombstoae Projector.
A Cold Day for the Re
Tho election Tuesday for officers for
tho' new county, and for cptjnty seat
was an exciting one. A laruo vote
was polled throughout tho county' aud
Cfepe&ally in Flagstaff.
The Democrats elected tho entire
ticket with tho exception of Recoider
Tiiey were aidc.d in their victory by
dissatisfaction in tho Republican ranks.
Thu fight centered on tho olGco. of
Sheriff. And a good niauy tickets
11 Flagbtatf 513 votes were, polled
for delegare to constitutional conven
tion, aud 374 for county ticket The
vote for county seat requited in favor
qf Ffagstafi' by a Iargq. majority. At
Williams 97 votes were polled. '
Polls were opened, 'in but seven
precincts and. the vote will nofc bo can
vassed by the Board of Supervisors
until (he' 25ch in&t. When the official,
voto will bo announced.
Tho nowlv chosen count v officials
aro all wll qualified for their respec
tive position's and, will no doubt make
good public servants.
Gratis JLauge K. of .
At tho, annual meeting of tho Grand
Lodjje" K.'of P., of Arizona, the fol
lowing officers were elected for $ho en
Supremo, Representative, and P. G.
0., Webster Street, Phoenix.
Grand Chancellor, F. P. Socrist,
Vice-Grand Chancellor, J..0. Porry,
K. of R; and S.,,E. AV. French,
Grand plaster of Ex., T. D. Mon
Prelate, J'.Q. ritchard, Bisbeo.
G(rand Master at Arms, Geojge
Innftr'Guard, J. P.. Imjj, PJioenjx.
Outer Guard, Wm'. Zeek, Benson.
The next meeting will be at Bisbee,
on luy 5, 1892. ' '
.Notice to Subscribers.
All unpaid subscriptions aro duo (0
a,ndsh.ould be, paid only to tho under
signed. All unexpired subscription
will bo continued until thoir expiration.
Tuesday, May 12, 91.
Program for the Observ
ance of the Day.
Decoration Day will be a public
holiday in FJajrstafT, and as .will be
spun by the activity tho Woman's Re
lief Corps aud G. A. R. order have
displayed, cur tpwn vvjU bo on an
equality with places of a much larger
population hi regards the observance of
this memorial day.
On the morning of tho ?0,h inst ;
the procef$(fon will form punctuallyat
10 rclock, at tho G. A. It. hall, and
proceed in tho following order through
the principal streets, and thence to
Powell's Hall :
ORDER OF PROCESSION.
LAWES' ZOUAVE SQUAU
Under command of Capt. Kisslingbury.
SCHOOL CI UJiDUEN."
WOMAN'S' RELIEF CORPS.
SONS OF VliTEBANS.
GRAND ARMY MEN.
After arriving at tho hall approp
riute peremomes will be carried out,
and speeches will be made by a num
ber of prominent citizens, afjr which
tlio processj'u wjlj again form and pro
ceed to tho cemetery whero memorial
services will bo held and llovyers will
bo strewn upon tho graves of all tl.o
loved ones who liav o,gono to that boui ne
from whenco no traveler has ere ietur
ncd. Additional particulars will bo given
in our next issue.
Post Omce Department,
Washington, D. C, Jan. 27, 1891.
The attention of patrons ql the
post office i called to, l he lac't tliat
the law lately enacted prescribing
I c allies lor usini; tho Unueit States
mails loj the couve)duce or transmit
tat of lottery maitgr Ql any ku-'d,
applies as jvell tothe person mailing
money, money-order?, postal noie
or drafts to lottery pompanies or their
agents, as it does to the lotfery com
panics and theii agents.
All persons are therefore warned
not to use the mails for such pur
ooses, and attentiou is called to tne
Ipllowing extract from the law on the
suuject passed Septeipber iOj 1890:
Revised statm'et of ' the United
States "Sec. .394 No Utter,"
pusta( card, or circular concerning
any lottery, 50 palled gilt concert, or
other similar 'einei prise offering
prizes dependent upon lot or chance.
or conccnutiK schemes devised lor
the purpose ol obtaining money or
property under false preteucVs, and
110 lift ot the growings at any lattery
or snniur suheme. and no lottery
ricket or part tnereof, and no check,
drait, Uill, money, iipstdl note, or
money order for the purchase ol any
ticket, tickets, or' part thereof, or ol
any hare 01 any chance in any su,ch
lottery or gift enterprise, shall bp
carried lu the mail or delivered at or
through any post office or, branch
thereof, or by 'any letter carrier j nor
shajl any newspaper, circular, pain
puiet, or puDiiiauon 01 any Kind
containing any apYerttsemetH oj any
lottery or cut eiuururija; ot any kind
offering prices dependent upon lot 01
chance, or containing anv list ot
prizes awaided at the drawing of any
such lottery or" gift "gntetprise,
whether said lut 15 otdny prt Jorot'
all the drawi'ng, be cairied in the
mail or delivered by ajiy post master
or letter, carrier Any person, who
shal knowingly deposit or cause to
be deposited, or who shall knowingly
send or cause to be sent, anything to
be conveyed or delivered by mail,
anything herein forbidden to be car
ried by mail,sha,ll be deemed guilty
of a misdemeanor, and on conviction
shall be punished by a fine ot not
more than five hundred dollars or by
imprisonment for nut more than one
year, or by both such fine and im
prisonment for each' offense."
By order of the Postmaster Gen
eral,. 1 ,. "'
Ncjer had a preparation a more arpro;
priatc name than Ayer's. Hair Vigor. When
the capillary glaads Lec'ome enfeebled by
disease, age) or neglect, this 'dressing im
parts renewed life to the scalp, so that the
hair assumes much of i youthful fullness
g;yw ligMwmuiji ftttjUfrttL 2&H2
The citizens of Leadvillej Cj!9
presented l'residcnt Harrispn with a
700 qunce sjler brick,
The new Catholic church at Pre-
cott will be 82x8 feet, anil will cost
fiomv$6,oop to ro,oop.
It is reported that Thos. H Carter
of Montana will succeed Seretary
floblc, in a fc.w months,
ft Is that Impurity n the blood, nlilcli, as
cumulating tn tho Blanjjs o' flie neck, pro
duces jmsigtyly Jumps or swclllug! wc'i
causes palniul rpnnlng.toyps cjl lha arm?,
Jegs, or lect; wlilth (Jcvclopes ulcers lq tli?
eyes, gv:, jJ,n9so, otten csusltig Vlliidticss or
deafness; which U tho ofc'gfn, ol plinplpsaat
cerous growths, of the mapy other jnaalfestv
tlom usually ascribed to ''humors;" which,
'iastcnlng ujsin tho lungs, causes consumption
and death. liclng thp mosf ancient, )l-U tho
most general of aU 4lseascs or auctions, Jor
yery lew persons aro entirely (reo from It.
By taking llood's Barsaparllla, which, hy
tho rcmaikablo cures It lias accopj.llslwfl,
ca when otltcr rncdlcHei have failed, has
proven liscl! to be a potent nd oullar
medicine for this disease. S! nt thes?
cures 4ro really wonderful. If J"- "(tsrfrom
scrofula, bo sure to try Hood's Sar,-n lla.
" My daughteriUn' was rlcted with so. of
Ulou3,spr,enekIrom.tlia time she wasS2mQuUi3
'old till she became s(x years ol ago, Lurors
Qjme d In lier neck, and one of them after
growing to tho st?e of 3 pigeon's g24 Accamp
a running sore for over three years. Wo gave
her Hood's SarsapariUa, when tho lurnp and
nl indications f scrofula entirely dis
appeared, and now she seems to be a hoaUUy
child." J. S. CAnLiLE, Kaurlght, N..
N. B, Bo sure to get only
Eoldbjrulldnieiclits. JliilrforJS. Prtrdonly
l!y C. I. IIOOU CO., i'J)Othecrle,LoweU.Mt.
IOO Dosos Ono DoHar
To the party receivinc; the largest list
of names for
The Qreat Hew Illus
By HUBERT H. BANCROFT
THE EMINENT HISTORIAN,
READY at last Only trioe history ol
Mormonism published r-Faic inatmg,
iQtensely powerful Endorsed alike
by Mormons and flentlcs.
Of Trapper? and Travellers Bloody
Indian Ware Thrilling accounts of
Massacres a.nd Miraculous Escapes
The famous Damte Association, Etc.,
MYSTERIES OF POLYGAMY.
The Tithing House Celestial
Marriage Strange Religious Customs
Biography of Brigham Young, as
thrilling as a novel, yet true history.
A grand book to sell. Everybodj
wants, it. Mcrchanis, Farmers, Me
chanics, and all classes have eagerl)
awaited the appearance of this re
Send quick $i oo for costly and ele
gant Canvassing Outfit. Don't waste
lime writjng for circulars, but secure
territory b? fore t is given out. Re
member this is a suhject of intense
interest to all, and the Qranq Illus
trations attract attentjon everywhere
TIic History Comapny,
733 Mnnlet St. Sun hr.inclsco
IT must be:
County Ejivision Men,
Gentlemen and Laboringmen
all say tjiat
Has the reputation of selling
and does rejl t
5pQt an Shoes,
Hats, Furnishing Goods, Etc.,
Thai any oter store in Yar
vapa County. Amen
G. A. BRAY.
&ilpatrick Brick .BuiUing.
E, M. SANFORD, Attornoy at
Law, Prescott, Arizona, Will prac
tice in all the courts of. tho Territcry.J
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ill nib S Pacifio 1 1 Co'y,
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TIME TABLE NO. 31, j
SUNDAY, APRIL 36, 189,.,
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No ; I X01 'Vl jNoa I iaA
1 40 a j j .(pi Iv AHjrquesr 13 ?oa 3 jot
7 5Q'- 950" CocliDue 630P 1035P
Sii jo3' Wipgte 6oy lojoi
S' 1050 Gallup sty1 930"
io3j- 1..5P Ngvajobpr" 3o8' 731"
ii4ji' 243" JIolprpQls i?7p 003"
I icp 430' Wnslw 1140a 430''
345" 72" Flagstaff 859" 330"
545" 95" V1llia5u 700" 1P4SP
7 57" "155" Trescoit Jet 415' 1015a
94;" sooa PcarbSprgs 300a 83511
1131" 440 Kipeman 1131a (na
1 55b liod' Tfte ffc?dlcs 8io- 3 icrt
343" 10 17" Fenncr 63?" 13U
550" fsstp ,J)jga4 4io- u?op
ft 54" 3 5G Daeee 4" 337''
915" 430" Ik-stow ?3',p nop
740" Ar Mijavg Lyi 9 46a ,
I. Hlrrv. Vf A.,Bsell,
(Jcncral Agent. Geo' 1 Pasi Agt-
Apmqurrque N M.
ALEUQUERQUE A. J. & S. F.
F. il Jv. 'lor I pqints ast and
PRESCOTT JUNCTION Prtscott
& Arizona Railway fqr .Fort
VVhipnle and Prescott.
OARS'IOW .California Sqvithern
Railway for Los Angeles, Sap
Diego and other southern
MOJ AVE Southern PaciCc for Sap
Francisco, Sacramento and
Northen California points.
PULLHAH PALACE SLEEPING GARS.,
No change is made by Sleeping
Car Passengers between San Frak.-t
nsco and Kansas City; or Sa
Dieco and Los Angeles ancj
T!i9 Grand ggnon ci tfce Golowdo.
Heretofore inaccessable to tourist?
can be reached by taking this line
viaPiach Springs, and a stage ride
from thenrs gf hut twenty three
miles). This Canyon is the
Grandest and most Wonder'
ful of Nature's Works.
STOP AT FLAGSTAFF,
and hunt Deei, Bear and JVilJ
Turkey in the magnificent pine
forest of the San Francuco Moun".
tains; or visit the ancient ruins of the
Cave and Cliff Dwellers
Notice of DUnolutlon
FJisrstnff Arizoni. Jan'r. 10. 1891. '
II K UO-1'AKTNERSHIP HERE-
toforo existing between Ross k
an Horn is hereby dissolved by mut
W. L. Vax Honw,
H. D. lioss.
AMERICAN EXCIUftQIi HOTEL,
319-335 Sansoias Si., San Francisco.
U ihe licsl family and btwne&s men's liotej
in the United States for the money. Roard
and ptora per day Jt, $ 1 25 -ud 51.50,.
Free toach to and from hotel. Charles an4
William Monigomciy. ' aj)g3i ly
Four Trial Nuiubertjj
With great Premium offers, pn re
cruit of IQ.CBiltS and addresses of Jft
Marrilld Ladies. Qnlysocentsajear.
Ucst uiontnlv in the world for the
WOMAN'S WQilK, Athens, Georgia,
& T. SMITH,
Hannfanturin; ;- Jeweler,
Fine Vfatch Repairing a Specialty,
Biamonds, Watches and Jewelry,
CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, ETQ.
The only Manufacturing
Jeweler In the City.
Fine Gold and Silver Filigree
Blade to. Order.
Rail ro id Avenue, Albuquerque, N. IT.
Jffl Barfier Son;
New Chairs and New Outfit Throughout..
HOT AND COLP BATHS.
Hair Cutting ii
the Latest. Styles4
G00K & LEE,
Wdtohvq.kers and Jewelers.
Coconino' boom U upon un4 our itoekof
Diamonds, , Watchas, Clocks,
' Silverware, Etc.,
Is in i.eopins with the time?, fW"6
defy thfl Cjiicago Catajoguaa,
?hich are tho Mafia's legiti-
ifnate trad,?, to out do us.
WE 6UA1AHTEE OUR (091$ Ml WU
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