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tfllE COCONINO WEEKLY SUN: TIItMSJDAY, JULY 28, 1892.
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THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1892.
NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET.
OP NEW YOUK.
A Boston man wants to exhibit a
bkycj clo at tho World's Fair. A bky-
cyclo conies under tho head of lining
The peoplo of Arizona and New
Mexico are highly pleased with the
promotion of Col. A! E. Carr, of tho
fifth Infantry, to Brigadier-General.
The President has Issued a procla
mation sotting npait October 21, 1892,
for tho obscrvauco of tho 100th anni
versary of tho discovery of America.
The Democrats of Missouri have
nominated W. J. Stono for governor.
Major Waruer, tho Republican candi
date, will make the canvass Interesting
The managers of tho People's pat ty
in Indiana have formally opened their
campaign in that state. Tho night
after they did so there was frost in
The Southwest Silver Convention
will bo held in El Paso. Albuquerque
wanted tho convention for fair week,
but tho former placo was considered
tho most convculout for the miners.
The bill for tho admission of New
Mexico to statehood bus gono over
until tho next session of Congress, and
consequently New Mexico aud Arizona
candidates for state offices will have to
wait some timo yet befoto their ambl
tlons can bo gratified.
Mrs. Inoalls, of St. Louis, petitions
tho United States Scnato to abolish tho
deadly cigarette, but in so doing she
begins tho proposed reform at tho
wrong point. It Is not tho cigarette
that needs abolishing so much as the
fchallow chested fellow at tho unlighted
end of it.
The Scn is under obligations to E.
E. Ellinwood for lato New York daily
newspapers containing accounts of the
Democratic demonstration at tho noti
fication of Cleveland and Stevenson of
their nomination. Mr. Ellinwood was
Arizona's member of the commlttco of
Affairs at Homestead ha o settle'
down to a waiting battle, so far as tho
strikers aro concerned. On the part of
tho Carnegie company, now men are
being put to work, and about 300 men
arc at work in tho mills. Tho pl.ico is
still guarded by militia, and there is
uo fut t her trottblo anticipated.
A TitACT of land comprising -180
acres surrounding tho Casa Grande
ruins has been set aside by President
Harrison as a reservation for tho pur
pose of piotccting the ruins and the
Casa Grande building, and it will
under tho control of tho Bureau of
Ethnology of the Smithsonian Institute
Ax attempt to murder II. C. Frick,
chairman of the Carnegie Steel Com
pany, in his private ofllco in Pittsburg,
was mado on Satutday afternoon by a
Russian-Jew named Berkman. Tho
murderer shot Frick thrco times aud
stabbed him twice. Beikmau was in
no way connected with tho strlkcts at
Homestead, although he Is au anarchist
of the ultra stripe, and Is a compositor
on a New York daily paper. Fi iek's
'physicians say that he will recover.
In regard to tho Houifcfctfn.il affairs
the Globe-Democrat says truly: o'flto
iuo nlLscrt is of greater impoitauce to
this country than the election of any
candidate to the l'jemhJuacy. If a set
jif men, under a real or imaginary
grijjt nucc, can take and hold annul
possesion of propel ly not belonging to
them, it make mighty little diltcrcuce
who Is President the country will not
Jiavo uso for a President cry Jong afur
"that. Let tho supremacy f tho buy bo
demonstrated and maintained."
' Thkiie is no clas of advertisers so
exacting as ndmlulatrators of estates,
ami, as a general rule, a newspaper Is
foi lunate that gets pay for ono out of
eery ten notlca that it publishes In
the courso of a y ar, says tho Ptospec
tor. It takes fr jiu ono to three years
time to settle up nu estate, and nine
put of tcii of them never icalic
cuotigh to pay tho administrator, and
the newspaper goes without any pay.
If tho ne.t legislature would remedy
this matter to make all such adui Us
ing part of the cost to bo paid in ad
vance, it would relieve the newspapers
of the dlsagrccablo duty of having to
It lias been a long wlillo since the
country witnessed nu exhibition so
ulctiuvaqito ami refreshing as the snec
laclo of Orovcr Clotoland congratulat
ing tho democratio party upon bis own
nominatlou. This foaturo alouo is
worth the prlco of admission.
The Territorial World's Fair bonds
baro been deposited in tho Arizona
National bank by Treasurer Christy,
biibjcct to tho call of tho purchasers,
who liavo until tho 22ml Inst, to de
posit tho cash and take tho bonds.
There ate thirty bouds of $1,000 each,
bearing llvo per cent, interest, payable
The statistics in the preliminary re
port of tho Senate commlttco which
has been investigating tho effect of
tariff laws upon tho prices of every
thing, including wages nud living, In
this country aud Great Btitain, will fill
"a long-felt want" if they are reliable
and tho four Republicans aud two
Democrats who mako up tho committee
say they arc. Takcu as a whole, theso
figures indicato that on a general aver-
ago tho cost of li ing of a family In
ordiuary oiruumstauces has sinco 1889
been very slightly decreasing in this
country aud iucreasiugln Great Britain,
and that wages In this country average
77 per cent higher than in Great Brit
ain. Theso statistics w ill bo carefully
studied, aud if they arc luacurato it
will doubtless be soon discovered.
llovo YU Been Itnlscd t
The following assessments have been
raised by tho Board of Equalization:
Arizona Central Bank, 11,000 to
f 17,868 35.
Abshire & Bishop, 17,930 to 10,
530. Acker, S.S., 1,760 to 3,860.
Ashurst. W. II., 8,775 to $15,775.
Arizona Cattlo Co., 66,459 to 76,-
Adamson & Kludlcr, 5,000 to 7,-
Branucn, Finnic & Brauncu, 3,825
Baylcss, W. C, 800 to 900.
Babbitt,Daid,$16,786 to 15,190 60.
Beal, F. L,. 7,605 to 10.605.
Bell, R. W., 1,200 to 1,250.
Babbitt Bros., 33,020 to 73,955 87.
Branucn, P. J., 17.587 to 33,062.
Bcasley Bros., 3,131 to 4,931,
Botts, M. H., $12,651.
Beasloy & Lewis, 225.
Brown, T. A., 100.
Burchard, J. E., $325.
Breed, J. II.. $300.
Bauk of Tempo, 9,076 75.
Cart & Noble, 7,790 to 12,790.
Crothcrs. Chas., 455 to 891.
Campbell, Francis ft Hart, 11,685
Carroll, Win., 870 to 975.
Clark. Mrs. E. M., 1,805 to 2,316.
Campbell, George F., 1,075.
Campbell, Mrs, Parmelia, 600.
Dccloss, L., 500 to 1.000,
Daze. D. J., 570 to 650.
Davidson & Norris, 3,070 to 7,070.
DaKS, W. A. aud P. P., 15,385 to
C Daggs. P. P.. 1,250,
Uoualdson, Wm., 820.
Eastman, c J- trustee, 2,500,
Folsom, S. M., ttustce, 7,000.
Flournoy, W. M., 6,000.
Emery, Charles F., (R. E. & L.
Garland & Ross, 33,005 to 40,405,
Goldtrap & Brook, 1,600 to 1,950.
Gosney, E. S., 6,675 to 65,763 90.
Hunt, Wm J, 105 to 215.
Hart, Mrs A A, 800 to 550.
Hull, Phillip, 536 to 8,336.
Hochderfrer, F J, 951 to 1,104.
Hoxworth, Mrs Emma, 600 to 600.
Hull, W F & Co, 10,700 to 17,700.
Hicks, John, 535 to 1,165.
Hagerman, Wm. 330 to 110.
Hellor, Henry, 300 to 125,
Hochderffcr, Frtd, 95 to 215.
Hawks, J F, 8,393 to 1,213.
Hart & Campbell, 7,360 to 12,360.
Harvey, Fred, 705 to 1,000.
Harmon & McCrackcu, -1,895
Humphrey & Austin, 8,275 to 6,475.
Harmou & Thompsou, 1.010 to 6,
219. Ha ward, Wm, 1,575 to 1,875.
Halloway & Bushnell, 1,000 to 1,
775. Hicks, Fiank, 1,717 92.
Hokliu, J II, trustee, 1,700.
Howard, J J, 150.
Hoskins, J H, Sr, 3,000.
llosklus, J II, Jr, 8,875 to 7,380.
Jolly, J B, 519 to 3,019.
Jtuteon, Jesse T, 1,810 10 l'o
Johnston, W M, 1,670 to 2,020.
Jones. J E, 1,655 to 1,630.
Uckctt Bros, 8,110 to 11,265.
Liimpoit &Ttcat, 110 to 350.
Lockwood & Patterson, 7.705 to 7,
Lewis, IN, 615 to 7357"
Learning, Frank, 850 to 1,050.
Mclntlre, Wm, 5,285 to 6,315.
Miller. Herman, 10,150 to 11.650.
Mono, J H, 361 to ISO.
McGonlgle, ET, 198 to 213.
McDermld, Alex, 610 to 770.
Maiming. G F, 1,623 75 to 1,973 76
Milllgati, J C, 150 to 200.
May, UB, 3,115 to 1,215.
Miller, C F, 166 to 376.
McClellnu, John, 3,820 to 1,22.0.
Morrell, Frank, 140 to 210.
Mttnds, J T, 2,310 to 2,110.
Miller & Daze, 2, 100.
Mortis, Clunks Z, 800.
Mtuids & Black, 1,000.
Ncllis & Thornton, 7, 100 to 27,100.
Nebeker, Aquilla, 1,925 to 9,200.
Owens Bros, 3,852 50 to 4,202 50.
Palmer, J E, 165 to 601.
Pitman, Albert S. 8.814 to 4,31 1.
Putinan, M E, 650.
Potter, P, 2,790 to 1,336 65.
Riordan Morcautlle Co, 18,600 to
Rowc, Sanford, 3,518 to 1,118.
Rose, & Walsh, 7,295 to 10,095.
Ross, II D, 1,119 to 1,724.
Ruffhead & Ba less, 100 to 200.
Russell. David, 901 50 to 1,151 50.
Rogers, C T, 600 to 920.
Rouso, C B, 1,000.
Riggs, B T, 3,703 80.
Rumsey, T M, 230,
Smith, Lot, 7,105 to 19,655.
Sigmttller, Dan, 20,206 to 13,956.
Suiiivan & Avmijo. 2,370 to 1,390.
Sullivan, J W, 2,755 to 3,855.
Scott, estate. 1,000 to 3,000.
Sanderson, Mrs B A, 1,250 to 1,100.
Shivers, John T, 1.1Q0 to 1,660,
Sanderson, John, 2,275 to 2,385.
Schulz, Chas, 2,720 to 12,325.
Smith & Lumer, 1,500 to 3,000.
Shelton, TM, 1,775 to 1,825,
Slack, John R, 150,
Tanner, Joseph, 702 40 to 1,172 10.
Tho Perriu Land & Stock Co, SL
OW to 70,543.
Thomas, J B, 4.415 to 1,815.
Van Horn, A A, 160 to 225.
Van Horn, W L, 825 to 925.
Vorics, John, 2,730 to3,220.
Vanderllp Cattlo Co, 5,130 to 0,705.
Woods, John, 1,205 to 5,165.
Woods, Lola, 350 to 110.
Whipple, Edgar, 710 to 840.
Willard, R R, 1,100 to 3,100.
Wilcox, E S, 2,725 to 2,850,
Watson, M A, 1,000.
Wood & Smith, 7,265 to 12,265.
Hoard of Supervisors.
Tho Board at their July meeting
transacted the following business, all
tho members of tho Board and the
clerk being present.
Tho following claims against tho
county wero allowed
J M Sandford, Juittco fees I 2 IS
A T Cornish, salary, supervisor 35 (0
TF McMillan. " " 1760
CEDoyce. Ill CO
B O Baylcss, Tratcr for jail 3 SO
V II Carroll, Jury certlucato . . 10 00
MJBIordan, " W
Frank Foster, ' 1300
Jesso Gregg, . . 000
Chas McGonlgle. ' SCO
W A Mayflower, " 1200
FMKumscy, 4 50
Geo lloclidcrffer. " 000
OAOrccnlaw, 4 00
Anton Olgate. " ISM
Tom Abbott, " 300
P J Branucn, " . 000
I Chrhman, i' 1J0O
SamBInclc. " ... 300
TEPulllam, clerk boaid 11100
II D Koss, salary mid fees -. 11000
1'ranW Morrell, dep sheriff fees 103 80
EdWhlpplo.lurylnddcad :....- 4100
John Illtz, bounty . 10 00
Babbitt Bros, rent- WiOO
Babbitt Bros mdso . - 3313
J V I'rancls, salary and fees .. 1290 15
Cook & Lee, mdso - - .... 23 90
ES Clark, clerk of court fees .. .. 11313
J P Newman, bounty .... . 24 00
Geo Hoffman, admr. care Ind sick . .. 6t 70
J E Jones, salary , 11300
N" G Layton, justlco fees . . .. 23 13
Geo Babbitt, c.xpressago . 321
Jones &. Jones, printing ... 01 13
D J Branncn, attend Ind sick WOO
ro Cornish, " " 30 0()
O W Kins, bounty 13 00
John Meam, overseer lim M
J O Sat age, IJUt Court Com t
W V Williams, bounty . i
A B Hutchinson, bounty - - 2
Ii W II Brown, bounty 13-
.TTMInwks. cure Ind sick 511 33
J rilnwks. boardlne nrlsoners 1-I0 24
Wm Cnmnbcll. bounty 1"
O A Bush, rnOQUlhlZ - -- ai w
E A Cook, record books . - , .., 13
W II Anderson, ovenoer DIst 2 2400
l'Roder:quez,Intcrpictlng .. 10
I) JBtannen. mcdlclno lud sick 32
W'm lilley, bounty - '
B M Spencer, constable fees , 23 10
IW V0I1, bounty
Jolm Tnbor, bounty
V Brlstow, bounty..-.. .,
V W Voir, bounty ...
A T Gibson, Justice fees...,
W I) l'owell, road work
O II Clark, mdso
f, A Kubbcr Oo .... . . s-
Mrs II Fleming, rdse
Tl'IIoldcn, water lor Jail
Tho Board allowed tho
District No 3 200 to spend on the
roads in that district, and instructed
tho cletk to draw a warrant in his
favor for that amount.
Sew Cook Hook 1'rec.
ThoPrjcp Baking FowderCo., Chi
cago, has just published its new cook
book, called " Table aud Kitchen,"
compiled with great care. Besides
containing ocr oOO receipts for all
kinds of pastry and homo cookory,
tliero aro valuable hints for tho table
and kitchen, showing o,y 19 $ct a ta
ble, how to serve, how to outer tho
dining room, etc.; a hundred and ono
hints in every branch of tho culinary
art- Cookery of tho vciy finest and
richest as well qs that of the most eco
nomical aud homo like is providod for.
Table aud Kitchen " will bo sent
postage prepaid to any lady patron
sending her address name, town aud
state plainly given. Postal card is ns
good as a letter. AddrpEi; Prico Iak
Ing Powder Co., 181, 186 aud 188
i!ii;ulgaa street, Chicago. 111.
We authot i.o our advertised druggist
to sell Dr. King's New Discovery for
consumption, eoujjha and cohl3, upon
tlds condition: If you arc affected
will, n p'niirrli. r-old or iflir luncr. throat
or chest trotfble, nndfvill uso this rem
edy ns directed, giving It a fair trial,
turn tho bot
co 110 nenent, you may ro
Iorind havo your money
Wo could not mako this
Tiot know that Dr, King'
offor did we
New Disco very could bo rolled on. If
never disappoints. Trial bottles free
at D. J. Brannen's drug store. Largo
sizo 60c and f 1.
Arizona Wcjitlicr In June.
The early part of thu month of Juno
was much cooler than tho average. The
latter part was slightly above the aver
age. The average temperature for tho
month was about three degrees below
tho normal. Tho highest mean tem
perature reported was 91 degtees, fiom
Red Rock; thu lowest, 66 degrees, from
Holbrook. Tho maximum tempcratuto
reported was 122 degrees from Foit
Mojave, on tho 27th: tho minimum, 29
dogrecs, at Fort Apache aud Holbrook
on tho 11th. Tho greatest monthly
rango of temporaturo was 71 degrees
at Fort Apache; tho least, 31, at Dos
Cabcas. From tho 20th to tho 30th
was tho hottest period, the prevailing
warmest day being tho 20th. The
coldest days were tho 1th, 10th, 11th
aud 12th, tho prevailing coldest day
being tho 11th: and fully three-fourths
of tho stations iu the territory repot ted
their lowest teniperaturo on the latter
Tho early paitof tho month was per
fectly cloudless, scarcely a cloud hav
ing been observed to darken the heav
ens till aftor tho 20th, but from the
23d to tho last day of the month th-j
days were usually cloudy or pavt'.y so.
Thero were oc an averago 22 cloudless,
four partly cloudy aud two cloudy
days during tho month. Tho prevail
ing winds were from the southwest.
Tho precipitation wa3 very light, aud
fell usually duting tho progress of
thunderstorms. An averago of 0.19
Inch was reported from thirty-seven
stations In tho territory. Tho greatest
reported was 2.75 inches, from Chiri
cahtta mountains. Sixteen stations in
Aiizoua reported no precipitation.
Thero was ou an average one day with
J. C. Hayden,
Observer, Weather Bureau
IIOW'B Till r
Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not bo cured by taking Hall s C'atarrn
T. J CHENEY A. CO.. Trops., Toledo. O.
We, tho uudcrslgued, have known F.
J. Cheney for tho last 15 years, aud
believe him perfectly houorablo in all
business transactions aud financially
able to carry out any obligation made
bv their linn.
Vsst & Tjwjax, Wholesale DruR&Ists, Toledo,
WAiniNO. Kisxaw & Mahvis, Wholesale.
DnusUts, Toledo. ().
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is tiken Internally act
ing directly on tho blood and mucous mr-fai-t'ii
ot the sMem. l'rlce 73c. per bottle.
to:u oy an arugxisu.
To Land Claimant).
The follow ing notice issued from the
land office will interest tnauy readers:
Notice is hereby givon to each and
c cry owner of a pleco or parcel of
land iu Arizona, amouutlng to uot
more than 160 acres, and who, through
himself, his ancestors or grantors has
boon in actual, continuous, adverso
possession thereof for twenty year!
where tho title to said land has not
been recognized by tho United States,
and where- said land is uot patt of a
crant that has been confirmed or is
entitled o bo confirmed bv the United
States, that such owner Is required h
law to file with the U. S. Sunevor-
Gcuer.il of Atioua, at Tucson, At iz.,
claim for said land, which claim must
contain atruo description thereof. If
such claim H not duly filed before tho
3td of March, 1893. bj such owner, his
claim will become invalid and will not
be entitled to lecoguitiou by tho United
States. T. II. Cabteh,
Commissioner Gen. Land Ofllcc.
Since its first introduction, Electric
Bitters has gained rapidly in popular
favor, until now it 1 cieany in tuu lead
among puro medicinal tonics and alter-
ativos containing nouung wuieu per
mtt. iii nan .is 11 borcrauo or intoxicant.
it is recognized asf tho best and purest
mcdlclno for all ailments ot stomach,
lier or Kldneisl Itwill cure sick-
headache, indigestion, eoustjnaticm,
and diho lnalurLt fim th. system.
batisfaction guaranteed with each bot-
tlo or tho moucy w uo rciunuod.
Fnpu oqly GOc per bottle, SqW. by D,
"When the Heart Is Affected
Bv Rheumatism or any of the muscles
near thai organ it 1 like tampering
with an electric wire for death maj
come at any moment. Jf lify Is worth
$5, go to the druggist aud get Dr.
Drummond's Lightning Remedy or
seud to the Drummond Medicine Co.,
18-50 Maiden Lane, NcwYoik, aud
they w ill send you a largo bottlo by
prepaid express. It is uot as quick as
electricity, but It will save our life If
you take It iu time. Agents wanted
Tuesday was so cool that fires wero
uceded to make rooms comfot table.
Hunt up Half IWtidfitl
TorrcM and tneldre Adjectlfct,
Soluble for Description of
Sublime cnil Inspiring StcnfrrS
Then Take n Trip to tlid
firnd t'anjen of the Colorado,
1h4 Yob Will Threw Thn AtMo
Tho world's sreatest wonder Is the
Grand Canyon of the Colorado rhcr,
In Arlrona. Yellowstono Pork anil
YoAonilto take hecond place: Niagara
rails Isdwnrfcdj nnd thoAdlrondacks
i-oem like mero hllK compared with
tho stupendous chasms unci bclzbts ot
This hitherto Inaceewilblnrcitlon has
lust been opened for tourists by itago
linn from Fltifffctaff. A.T..OU thotranM-
continental highway of tho A. T. & S.
I'. U. K. Tho rounci trip can bo made
comfortably, quickly, and at reason
Nearest agent of Santa To Kouto
will nuoto excursion rates, on applica
tion. An Illustrated pamphlet Is In
prcparatlon.fully describing tho muny
beauties nnd wonders of tho Grand
Canyon. AVrllo tq q, T. Nlrlolon, O.
1'. &T- A.. A. T. P. 1 it H..Topeka,
Kas.. or J. J. llyrno, Asst. 1'ass. Traffic
Mgr., Chicago, for freo copy, which
will bo mailed when ready for dUtrW
Here is an incident from the South
Mississippi, written in April, 1890,
just after the Grippe had visited that
country. " I am a fanner, one of
those who have to rise early and
work late. At the beginning of last
Winter I was on a trip to the City
of Vicksburg, Miss., where I got well
drenched in a shower of rain. I
went home and was soon after seized
with a dry, hacking cough. This
grew worse every day, until I had
to seek relief. I consulted Dr. Dixoa
who has since died, and he told me
to get a bottle of Boschce's German
Syrup. Meantime my cough grew
worse and worse and then tlve Grippe
came along and I cauj'ut that also
very severely. My condition then
compelled me to do something. I
got two bottsof German Syrup. I
began usir'.g them, and before taking
much of the second bottle, I was
cu'irely clear of the Cough that had
hung to me so long, Uic urippe, ana
all its bad effects. I felt tip-top and
have felt that way ever since."
PETSRj.BRiALSjr., Cayuga, Hines
A Reward of g300
Will be paid for any case of Rhcuma
tism which cannot bo cured by Dr.
Drummond's LightulngRcmcdy. This
offer is made in good faith by tho pro
prietors, and there is no reasonable ex
cuse for any one to sufferlongcr. Any
ordinary caso will be cured with one
bottle. In addition to tho reward for
difficult cases, the money is always re
funded where the remedy fails to cure.
Tho price of a bottle Is ?5 and that Is
the cost of a cure. Drummond Medi
cine Co., 18-.rj0 Maiden Lane, New
York. Agents wanted.
A Gold Watch and !0 1.
That is what over- agent receives
who gets up a club on our $1 per
Our H-karat gold filled cases aro
warranted for twenty years. Fine
Elgin or Waltham movement. Stem
wind and set. Ladie's or Gent's size.
Equal to any ?50 watch. To secure
wheic wohao none, wo sell ouo of the
Hunting Caso Watches for the club
prico of ?28 aud send C. O. I), by ex
press with privilege of examination
before pa ing for same.
Our agent at Durham, N. C, writes:
"Our Jowclers have confessed they
dont know how you cau f mulsh such
work for the money."
One good reliable agent wanted for
each place. Write for particulars.
EMPIRE WATCH CO..
18 and CO Maiden Lane. New Yolk.
Von ofenlng yust at crack ouf day,
A fellow coomed to town to t-tlmy,
17ndon both Hides ouf cfrysthrccd.
Ileem balntcd signs at looked so ucat,
ITnd on hers hands, mid fnco mid feet,
IJnd down hees back, across hes scat,
Abbcars dot balnt vot looks so schweet,
Ileom balntrl lioirtc red und provtn,
'ml none nuf dem nt could purn don it.
Ouf mil dot roollng jou cot cr jour roof,
You may pecu sure twa" fire-proof.
I'nd mil dot sthuft heem luaken brick
Vot fit J our oldt sthov o j ut as schllck,
tlnd make heem purn ft ear or two,
fro yut as good a a en 'twas new.
Und en dot gaMi-ollsthoc oxplode.
Mini IlamcHMhart pnderoupvard roadt,
Dcr Inside ouf ler hou.o purns oudt,
lint athlll dut L.ilut tlhatids yuU asttoudt.
I'nd rcn you a ants to coom to town.
And vas afrldt your house purn down,
Yutbilnt jour bsblcn mlt dotsthun.
Mud daio cloy mis all rafu enough.
Asbestos tnsgood forrfrydlngi,
Mlicim-plpci", und boiler coverings
You Im t jour p,mts pj' plilmlnce.
Dot as dor kind ouf balm for me.
llorr's Asnrios Goops.Ai-Iicstp ii-R((y-ml-ccd
lumso paint, :itt)pitaj hlte lead com
blnnllon. asbestos roof paint, asbestos rooting,
usbustns boiler and steam pfpo coerIng. ns
bcsUM tlro:milstou lining cement, BtbeMos
lire clay, abvtoh tlro-jinipf coating for rough
tltnlmiA iishostus black paint tor Ironwork
and fchlpi, asbostos axle oil, asbestos machine
The Jolin P. Hon Asbestos Compsny,
P23 l'ourth street, San Diego, 1
IJabbltt Itros., agent, flagstaff,
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1 mold not wuk. lb, ttcou
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PAIIENTS TlifcAlbU UT KAIL. CONFIDENTIAL,
KaBUrftftg. Pn4ftcH lUirirforrrtirtlnu
CJ. 0. H. f. SHUiR. H-YICKK'1 IBUUlfJlCAfO
CLEM HAVANA GIGA0,
NEW YORK, N. Y.
EfSold only by A. P. Gibson and
Switzbr it So:;, Flagstaff, Ariz.
J. II, I03RIH8, Jr.
Representing tho Largest Lino of
Reliable Fire Insurance Go's.
IN NOKTIlKItN AIIIZONA.
PnopisrtTY Iksuhed at Lowest Rates.
SLanivst catalogue nf ad- mV
TonlARo nnli .loaded dlttUIVB
ii4tportlni;irXKla In the U 8 rBKI.
E. E. BURLINGAME'S
EttaMlilicrt In Colorado, 1ECS. Stmplri bymall or
eiprcsi kill rcccHo pcouipt and cartful atlcntion.
Bold a Silver Bullion M?S5frSteV-SSa?Aal:
Allrtif, 1735 1733 Imcui CL, Utin. Ctis.
THE BANK HOTEL
The Leading Hotel of Northern Arizona,
Tourists and commercial travelers will find the
above named hotel complete in all the modern im
provements of the day. The management will spare
no pains to cater to the wants of his patrons.
Rooms by the Day,
Also Dining Room attached, where nothing but
the best the market affords is served to Guests.
T. J". Coalter, IPirojp.,
J. J. MACG
SEW MEXICO IIOMESTEAD CO.,
oiu:s nunc iioikl ExumGK, rooh 10, cmur.o, ill.
ou arc respectfully Invited to visit onrofflco and obtain Information In reference to
tho "lto'squc del Apache" KranUS'iii.llcsKnilh of tftn Antonio. X. JI.. and UV, miles south
of tho City of t-ocorro, tho county seat of Socorro county. Xow Mexico. Tliis erant con
taining WW acre U just placed on the market, and will be hold In tract of 2U. 40. CO. cO and
100 acrt-s each, and to the first fifty settlers tho prico will bo Hied at ft to MO inr acre. One
third cash and tho b.klance In two nnd three years, with Interest on deferred payments at 7
per cent per annum. Tho Atchlpn. Topelca & banta Fe railroad runs through tho center
of the tract a xjut ten miles, and the Hlo Urando rher runs taroiiRh the liact about twebo
miles, parallel with and two mllcteatof the railroad. Thetractcan boreiched In two
days anil nine hourj from Chlca30 or fct. Louis, Two and a halt days from New Orleans.
Gal c-ston und San I'ranclsco. A Hrst-cla- sanitarium to bo built 611 tho tract.
xo cixi.oxns, xo touxauoiis.
Tho location makes It the most central cnlnnv trnrt. In lin t'nlir.,! ci., c-u ..,...
..n. . a., I .....III.... ..(,.... ,1,.- S.1l. ...
,UAni 111 inning.
nions mo an
nuts, ulmonds, 1
XO SALOONS ALLOWED UPON TIIE TItAUT.
A town will bo located contalnliiK 610 acres, midway between Socorro and Pan SJarcta?.
SUoof lots, one acre, two acres and fie acres. inthorearof tho llvo ncro lotswlll be a!
series of twenty ocro farms, tho balanco will bo in 10 acres and upwards. Wo will send voii
pnmphlct. map nnd other Information In refcrenco to New Mexico, and will lie clad to fur-
nlh.lt lino fuct lir InfArniulInn rlnl tvst TMt It wh1I !.. .....- i .,v
lw . I .kn. .tf lm tun I f I s. .1 t.... .
'in irur hi nu in-aui ui iaiiL-vsiii .'
linn nril... At.-hl.n.Tn,L.'A SuA.n IV v VllS.0.1" nl":r"'Zil,.,iL"Vl'! " L".V" '"
tn,ci can onpi, td tufi iaif. iruTllr 6. Tr. roTU,U'fcocrro o?o Mn A. 1. 1 -
, can .iniouiu, .miiv jituco. cry rcpecuuiiy,
TMi Abms umber ft wmi j)o;
- .. .MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS IN
SURFACED. MATCHED AND QROOVED.
FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING, MOLDINGS,
RUSTIC, SHINGLES AND LATH, SAWED
OR HEWN CROSS-TIES, PILING, MINING
TIMBERS AND CAR SILLS!
Bridge Timbers I Telegraph Poles.
D. M. RIORDA2J,
Best of , Driving and Saddle
Horses for Hire.
A. O. MORSE,
831. The Tyler Desk Co., of M.
LouIk, Mo., havejust thrown on the mar
ket on clcjrant standard Antlquo Oak, 4 ft. 0
In., roll curtain desk, complete In e cry de
tail. P. O. II. bt. Louis, for 'I. and R fi.. same
stylo and finish, for ta net. spot ciw.h. bee
uiuircui-u minis issue, send your orncr ai
rectorsend forspeclnl circular. Hank coun
ter und K eminent ivork a uptclnlty. bend
In your Hoor plans for detlgm and prices.
LIHERY, FEED HND SHLE
This was what Boss Tweed said to the
New York officials when they accused him
of stealing a couple of million dollars. I
never had a good chance to .steal so much
money, and perhaps I wouldn't if I had the
chance. Flagstaff dry goods merchants have
not made any money this winter ; trade has
been dull, but I for one am hopeful, and ex
pect to do a good business this season at
any rate I have backed up my hopefulness
by buying a choice stock of goods while
east, and it all depends with you whether I
can sell them or not. The Styles and Prices
you going to clo about it?
HAS OPENED A
On wuth tlfio of the Batlroad
track, opposite the Dtpot
.-.- .... ..... UltUUdUI-
is really the best opportunity of obtaining a
MEXICO 1IOMESTE.VD CO ,
Grand raclflc Hotel Exchange, Room 10,
T. A. RIORDAN, F. W. S1SSON,
Assistant-Manage n. Tkeasuhi: tt
M. J. RIORDAN, SECKETAitr
$1200 PEE YEAR.
VTo will pay the nboto salary to any live
Hsent or snlt-tman Kolltnsr our tencral lino of
SIcrchandlse and bupplio. lMrtlcuI.irs and
Catalogue jn leoelpt of 25 rents forponage.
A. liAUI'EN A CO..
W Ill cr street, Chicago. III.
ANTED An energetic man to man bio
IL bnincli nnire. llnlv a fnw ilnll.itsi
needed. Salary to Malts V per month aud
Interna In the business Tho extern Co.,
Kansas City, Jlo. inh31tt
Save Half four toy
On c erythlng you buy.
Wrlto fur Our Mnininctti Catatocno A.
oOO-p i;e lliok.
Omlnlnlii" lllustiMlons, nnd clvln? lowest
iiiHiiufiicturcr's prlcesonall kinds of coort.i
nnd supplies: Uroeeilr. Household Good".
I urnltme.CIotlilnit. I,lles' nnd Grnti,' Cloth
Inp and rurntshlnc tinods. Dress tioody.
White Goods Dry Good. Hats ami Cans
Mattoni'iy, Wutelics. Clock. Jcweliv, Slher-
tf..n llixpf-lnu Will... 4 ifutAiil t ... .T, r ,
ONLY I'lKST-CLASS GOOD?.
Catalozucsent on receipt ot 200 for postas.
u,niu.uiiiTuuiru 111 i-inrv cuufllj .win
city to liitiiMluco our good. Lho men ;ju
I1UKOU3HIUCII nuiju per week-.
A. KAltl'I'.N & CM.,
53 Itttir uticct. tlilcuco.
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