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"SEIie Coconino Jmn.
C. M. l'UNSTOX, EDITOIt.
THURSDAY. AUGUST l.j, 1805.
Subscription rates, onoycur . Jl 00
six mouths 2 00
" thrcu months . 1 00
Advertising rates Riven upon application
Address all conuiiiiiilcatlons and make all
remittance to O. M 1 unbton, 1 laystall',
Kntcrcd at tlio Flagstatr poll offleo as second-class
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Ilelon Is Kivcn the highest and lovvist points
registered by tho tlieriuometer In rinsstaff
during the month to this dutei
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AVcntlier 1'oVrcnnt for Arizona.
Sax FkajiCISCo, August 15. l'.iii,
The l'hocuk Gactto" savs that
haimony teigtis in tlio Demooiatic
part) in this Tenltoi). It is also said
to teigu in a w aimer place
The Tieasniv. shoitage foi the pit s
ent month is about a million dollais a
day, and tho da)s aio not so long a.
tho wcio last mouth eithei.
An abundant Mippl) of u.itei has
been obtained at Gallup li) boi ing a
well to a depth of 300 feet. It cost
consideiablomoue) todoil, but Gallup
put up the neccss.ii) means and has
piofited b) tho investment.
A iutAGHAPiigoing tliu i omuls of
the newspapeis savs that Seuatoi
Qua)'s nanio is pionouneed "ke." Of
com so this is an enoi. Piobabl) the
stoiy was duo to the fact tii.it he is tho
nilcr of the Kevstono State.
"The bigness of our coin ciop beg
gai aiithmetic," said Fi.tuk P. Jlc
Leniian, editor of the Topeka ".State
Jouinal," in a ttcent iuteniow. "You
will understand iu a measuic the coin
liguiesof Kansas when I sa the ciop
will bo nioi i; than tluee huudied mil
lion bushels. It will gio (he bushe's,
or 100 pouuds, to ctei) man, woman
and child in the United States, and
leac enough to send sctei.il ship loads
The Williams "News," in speaking
of the mot al status of that town and
tho falluto of the officials to eufoicu tho
laws, among other things sas: "Out
of the fifteen or Incut) piisoneis eou
liucd in tlio count) jail but two or
tluee etc sent thciefiom othci points
in tho count). Om town is iepie
sonted 1) the lemaindei, and ovei)
manner of ciime, uiuidei cccptod, is
cbai get! against them, and this too, is
oulyowiug to tho foi lunate iceovciv,
of tho victim oi the bad maiksmanship
of the ciiiitui.il "
FltEU tiado wool is now biiiigiug
fiom 20 to 23 cents a pound. Under
iho McKinle) taiill", the highest otci
placed on wool, the pueofell to 13
cents a pound Xet )ear fiee tiado
will biing it to 30 cents oi mow, and
still tho iiotcctio tai ill man is not
happ). Tucson Stai
The above would bogloiions news
to tho w oolgi ow ei s of Alizonj if it
weio tine, 'iho woolgiowcis of Coco
uino know fiomdeir expeiienco that
thoy can get to da) oul) 5 cents per
jiouud foi their clip-, when under tho
McKinle) law tho atoiago piieo was
10 cents per pound, and our sheep
laiseis would bo full) satisfied if that
price could bo lealied at tlio piescnt
The United Status unilur Clurulmul's
ailministintioii lias stopped pajing its
bonded debt and inei cased the debt
$295,000,000, and tlio administiation
Mill not end until Match 4, 1897.
Tun Chicago "Tiibuno" solemn)
deelnics that nails li.tvo gone up $2G
per ton owing to tho nppioaeh of a
ptesidential election, because- "mi nun
campaign lies will liavo to bo nailed."
An effott is being nuilo bv bettor O.
G. Lozauo to stall a Spanish piper. Il
would bo a good deal like peddling
peanuts in a gi.ivej.ud to attempt to
lima Spanish paper licic. How over,
the Sun wishes tho uew pi ojret success.
Many of tho advances in wagci
meieli bettei tlioso of 1893, but do not
leach those of Republican times. For
example, ten woolen mills in Rhode
Island hao icccntl added 5 per cent
to tho wages of their employes, but
this lcstoies oul half of tho U'diiLtion
made in 1893 to pi event suspension.
Thl "Anieiican Ecouomist" peiti
nontl) asks: "If tho fieo tiadois mo
not satisfied to compuo tlio impoits of
1895 with those of 1891 why aio the)
so anxious to compiiollieiinpioteinent
in business, as lepiescnled b) bank
dealings and the better Ticasuiy ex
hibit made this )cu with tlioso of
1S91? What is sauce for tiic goose is
sauce for the gander.
Tho Plagstafl Baseball Club wou the
game fiom Wiuslow buiuta) b) aseoie
of 7 to 0. King and Dunne of Williams
pla)od wltli tho homo club.
The Flagstaft Electiiu Light Com
pan) icccivcil a lotof now matciiai to
tl.i). Tho compau) aie pushing things
as fast as the) can, and nxpcct to have
etci) thing in luuning older b) No-
Hair) lloxwoitli and William Fieid
lein ictmued )esteida) fiom a tiip lo
tlio Verdo Valley. They i epoi t o ei ) -thing
piospeious iu that section, al
though the fiuit etop is not so largo as
1 lie f uncial sen ices o or Reginald
N. C. Do Kit a, w hich w eio accoi ding to
tlio litualof tho Chinch of P.ugland,
wcio held fiomlhePicsb) teiian cliutch
)esteidn), Ret. Thomas C. Moffett
Iho A. and P. tailioid has made a
i ate to tho Albuqueiquo fair of $10 foi
the touud tiip. Tickets will bo sold
on tho 14th of September, good to le
tuiii until Septembei 30th. Continu
ous passage each w av, .
M.tishal HochdeilTer has been noti
fying oi ei) body to clean up then
picniises. Tho alio) s and back jnids
in tho business poitiou of town ate in
most instances in need of cleaning and
the maislial should ctifnicc tho sanitai)
Iho tin ee-)eai-old son of Low Wil
li.ud, near Cotlonwood, was bitten lit
a tattlesnakc Mond i). The little fol
low was pl.i)iug on the kitcnou flooi
and one of his pla) things (hopped
thiough a knothole and he stuck his
linger thiough tho hole after it, when
ho was bitten on the linger. Antidotes
weie immediately applied and tlio boy
Disdiel Attmnc) Jones of Giaham
count) was bitten by a pup last Fiitkiy.
lie thought little of it until .Sutida),
when he saw the pup die iu coinul
sions in tlio piesenccof water. Ho
then leealled that the dog had not
acted light when lie was bitten. Ho
will go lo Chicago foi tho Pasteur
SheiilT Camel on and Depul) Sheiilf
Niles Cniiioion left this mouiing foi
Yuma, hating in limit- ohaige Gus
Mudeisbach and Fiancisco Gonales.
The) will bo delivcicd lo the Supeiiu
tondent of tho Tenitoiiil piison. '1 he
foimerwas sentenced to sown )cus
for uianslaughtei and Iho lattei six
teen months for huiglai).
Dr. W. r.ugcue Htieil of Los Angeles
is in town this week. Dr. lliicll makes
a special!) of tho (ipatmeiit of l un
til! e, and m ikes a pciiinnciit euic. He
camo heio for the puipose of ti eating
Mr. Geoige Rabbilt, and his opeiation,
which is a p unless one, was succo-s-ful
and giallfying to the piticnt. The
doctor will lomain lioio a few da)S to
enjo) out mount tin clim ito. Tho
doctor is icgisteied at Iho Buik Hotel.
John Poller died in Needles Sund.i)
afternoon of diops). Mi. Potter has
been siik for somo weeks past and left
hoiol'iida) for Needles in Hie hope
tint tho chitigo would do him good.
Ho has been a lesident of FlagslalT for
tho past eighteen mqntljs jnd was uni
teisall) liked. "Jack" Potter, as hi)
was familial I) called, was an old A.
and P. tailioad engineer, and foimeil)
tail on tho Needles di ision. Ho ha'J
man) ftionds along the liuo of the load
who will tegtet to learn of his death.
HERE AND THERE- -
Movements ofllomo Folks ami N'oten
E. M. Saufoid is in town to dav.
Judge Hawkins left Tuesday foi
Sheiill Canioion was iu Williams
I ist w eek.
N. G. La) ton made a tiip to Williams
J. W. Spat ling made a tiip to Ilol
W. L. Vau Hoi n let ui nod to Tempo
T. S. Hunch and famil) letunied to
Holbiook Satin d ly.
J. A. Fleming loft Sunda) for a dip!
to tho Giand Can) on.
S. S. Acker was up fiom tho Apieho
Maid laneh this week. '
M.J. Dm an and wifj .iio'in fiom
tho Red 'lank tiading post.
J. W. Wagnei.of Wiuslow is spend
ing the week heio with his f unity.
F. 1). Nelson, count) iccoider of
Nat ajo count), was iu town Monda).
John Veik.imp of Ciiiciuti.iti, Ohio,
has accepted a position with liabbitt
C. -H. Douglas, the w oolgi ow ei' .of
Hellemout, was in town seteinl dajs
U. Vt Wiseli.nt of Newcastle, lud.,
auited heio Monday and will leiuniii
iho Misses Daufoid, dniighteis of
Ret. H. M. Daufoid, ai lived fiom Mis
T. J. Giaco anil T. Joico weio iu
town fiom Hellcmont Satuida). Mr.
Gi.ico will leluiu to California this
ILuold W. Roll is at tho St. Louis
S.uiitaiium of Paul Paquin, M. D., and
is uudoigoiiig tho seium ticatmeut,
with fat oi able tcsiilts.
Bishop Bouigado left Tuosda) foi
Cailsbad, California, whcic ho will
lemain seteial weeks for needed lest
and lecupeiatiou of his health.
Flank M. Muiph, gcueial manager
of tho Santa Fo and Phoenix Rjilioad
Compati), was a ptssonger on No. 4
this mouiing on his w.t) homo fiom
Dr. Elizabeth Sir) dor and Miss
1 autiio IIlilTniau left for the Mould
snake dance Sunda). Matt Hlakel)
acted as guide. The) expect to bo
gone ton d,i)s.
E. N. Cook and wife of bpiiuglield,
III., stopped otei bote last night. 'J he)
.uo on their wa) to Phoenix. Mr. Cook
is an old newspaper man and ma) lo
cale iu Aiiona
11. Z. Click spent a few liotiis hue
Monda) . Ho was on his wa) fiom
Tempo J.o Holbiook, whole ho will join
a pal t) who will go to the Moqui snake
dance fiom that place.
Got oi not Hughes will be joimd
call) next week ) Mis. Hughes and
daughter and togethei the) will tisit
Flagstaff ami tlio iioitheiu poitiou of
tlio l'eliitoi) on a pleasiuu tup.
Al Bennett and wifo aie stopping at
tho Hank Hotel. Mi. Bennett was lc
centl) connected with tlio Yuma
"Times" and is now lepicseuling the
San Fiancisco "Exaniinci" iu Aiioua.
B. N. Ficcmau, wifo and child al
ined fiom Duiaugo )csteid.i) nioii.
ing, and the) will teiiiilu a few d.ns.
Mi. Fieemiu is connected witli the
Mate Hank of Coloiado at Duiaugo
and the Aii.oiia Ceulial Bulk of this
btaulc) btkes, John Chill, Reuben
Dunn, Chaiies Cl.uk and CN.St.uk
left Monda) foi the Moipii snake dance.
St iiilc) S)kes will tisit his biolhei
Godfio) at Keam's Can) on befoio ho
l etui us.
E. M. Sanfoid passed thiough Tues
tlu) on his wa) to Piescolt, wheio lie
will piobably lesuuio tho pi.telico of
law. iho many fiionds of Mr. San
foul will bo pleased to see him iu his
foimcr piofessiou again.
J. B. Jones of Challeudci has closed
out his business iu tli.it place and lefl
Monda) for Ids foiuiei homo in 1'itts
boio, Noilh Caiolin i, Mi. Jones ni uo
man) fiieuds iu this county, who wish
him success whclctci ho goes.
J. II. Wallace, the tia cling agent
of tiie Columbia Building Association
of DeiiU'i, left Mouda) foi Wiuslow.
Diuiuir his sta hole ho disposed of a
I .. (v.. ,11.1. .1.1. I ..f el. II ..C lf f?.llttllllt I '
stock, aud that concern now has 800
sli.uclioldeis iu this place.
Following aio tho isitois to tlio
Gi and Cm) on this week: M. II. Young,
Akion, Ohio;. Miss Blaekm ir, William
B. Wade, Spiingliold, M iSs ; J. W.
England, Redlauds, Cal.; Geoige A
Laudoll, p. S. Walton, Philadelphia;
W. C. Tii) lor, B. F. Seat or, Ijiookfyn;
F. S. Lackey, Pittsbuigh; W. F. Hough,
Pouns)l.inia; C. W. Gates, Los An
geles; S. E. Yoiug. Deuter.
Great and thoroughly re
liable building-up medicine,
nerve tonic, vitalizer and
Before the people today, and I
above all other medicines, is
It has won its hold upon the
hearts of the people by its
own absolute intrinsic merit.
It is not what we say, but
what Hood's Sarsaparilla i
does that tells the story:
Even when all other prepar
ations and prescriptions fail.
" As a blood purifier we cannot And
tho equal of Hood's Saraaparilla.
When any of our family complain of
headache or tired feeling we got
Hood's Sarsaparilla, and In a short
timo we aro in good health." Rcnr
It. Matiier, 250 Short St., Aurora,
WrrrPc DiIIc-tc tasteless, mild, effeo
uuviu j i . tlve, Au arugKisis,
M. L Roach aud biido i elm tied this
E. J. Babbitt left )estenla) for
Phoenix on legal business.
John Voiies lctiuned ) eitenl.it fiom
Picscott and will lemain licic.
Mis. D. Put mil) and son of Phoenix
ale icgisteied at the Bank Hotel.
Mis. Joint Deir of Picscott, who his
been tisiting fiieuds heio foi setcial
weeks, left for her home to da).
Oscar Gibson lias icsigncd tlio posi
tion of cicik of Iho dislticl comt, and
John Voiies has been appointed to liio
II. S. Abbott, an attoiue) foi tlio
Fiisco mid, an hud this moiiiing. Mr
Abbott will visit all the points of in-
tciost iu tliis ticinit).
A. A. Dutton expects to Ie.it u this
et ening for a tisit to his old homo iu
New Yolk. He will go as far cast as
Boston, and will be gone about thill)
Juan Giililm, an old-timer atnl
fanner of Giaham lount), w.n killed
In lightning on tlio Glh lust.
'J In; assessment loll of Giaham
count) for 1895 shows a valuation of
fl.83J.GC0, an incieaso over 181)1 of
Ch.ules Huff has i etui ued fiom Flag
staff, whom he is putting in a telephone
s)stem. He lepoits liagstall a lit eh
Captain W. II. Haul) his been sink
ing a shift neir Yue.i in the holies of
euiting. i oal vein. Ho n) tlio mid
in tlio bottom of the shift is lillid witli
sm ill pu tides of coil and that the
liioinecti for sinking tlio ttin aie
Miko Campbell and Mut C.ilkiu-,
tho v"IMo loin intic clopois fio'o Wal
nut Giote, wcio in ii lied Fiidit iu
I'lescott, the puents gjtiiiglhiii con
sent. The ciiminal cliaigo it.n dis-
inined. A l.tijji ciowd witnessed the
ecu moii) and extendi il heail) con
giatulatious. All's well that ends
Foi the iufoi matioii of the "Repub-
liein"aiid otheis who ma) feel intei
ested the statement is made Hut all
bills oiiginatiug iu (lie Council of the
hut Legislatuio weio let.iined b) Chas
1. HulT, iliief ileik, and all bills oiig
inatiug in tho House weto letaiued b)
Clns. I). Reppy, ihief cleik, tlieii
piopei custodians. Uul) tho cmolled
bills, signed b) the piesiding ofiiicis,
wile tin ned -otei to tho i'euiloii.il
Sei'iet.u t, as the law piutides. ihil
is all llioie is to tlie maie'ii nest whicli
tho "Republic in" h is discoteied. It
seems to foi git that if the Eighteenth
Li'gislaluio weio tailed togelhei in
special lession Ihe ollieeis would itill
liat o an olln ial existence, and tiituallt
,uo iu existence. rioienco Tiibiuie.
ihe sheep lodeo forCocouiuo count)
will eoninicnco.it Asli Toik on Mon
da), August 26th, and woik cast to
w.ud Bcllemoiil, the contiai point of
the lodeo. tJu September 1st the
lodeo fiom Clear cieok, the southeast
point of Hie lodeo, and fiom tho noith,
noi theast and not tint est of Flagstaff,
Belieiuont and Williams, will com
mence, and all will woik to the pontial
point of Uollemont. All sheepmen Mjj
lako due uotico of -the dats aud dates,
Office or the BotiiD or ScrrnvisORS of)
t'OCOMSO 1'00!VTV, AKUONA TFIUUTOltV, V
1'LAOSTAFF, July2-',lb95 )
Tlio following named persons liuvlns been
notified to nppciir beforo tlio Hoard ot
Kquullzatlonof Coconino Countj, Arizona,
and to show cau&e, If unj.why their assess
ments or valuation should not be added to,
and having wholly failed to uppcar In
answer to such notice, tlio Boaid of Equali
zation took action In each case lcspcctlvcly
as follows, v Iz:
Janici Allen, udded to value of stal
lions. ... . ISO 00
James Allen, added fjO brood marcs 1,000 00
James Allen, added 125 stock horses 1,875 00
O II Algert, added to value of lots 1C0 00
Aztec Land and C'.ittlo Co , added to
value of saddle-horses 3C0 00
Aztec Lund aud Cattlo Co , added to
value of stock cattle 3,000 00
Aztec Lund and Cuttle Co.uodcd to
value oMand r 0,82" to
Arlzoni Sandstone Co , added to aluo
of land . 2,000 00
Suslo II Altmaii, added to valuo of
furniture la 00
Suslo II Allm-in added lots 050 00
J Andrews, added 50 stock cattle- 375 00
L I) IJoucher, added 400 fcbcip 410 00
J 1) Illshop, added to value of horses 115 00
J I) lll'liop, added 20 stock cattle 150 00
J I) Illshop, added 700 slice p .. 810 00
Ed Ilargniun, added CO stock cattle 376 00
A II Ilroirn, added 200 sheep . . 210 00
E It Ilayless. added to valuo ot lots
and Impiovenicnts 500 00
V C Hay less, added tov.iluo of lots
and liiipioveincnts 250 00
JIh Real, added to value-of liiipiove
incnts 100 00
l'J ISranticii, udded to value of land 1 825 00
L j'llrunncn, added lo value ot Im-
piovcmcnts 2,000 00
l'J Ilraunen, uddid to value of lots 250 00
I' J lira nnen, added lo value of Im
provements on lots 1,000 00
Tred llaucr. added 60 stock cullle 375 00
t V llass, added to v aluc of horses 210 00
T Lllaeon, added to value of horses 7-0 00
T L II icon, added to v aluc of cattle 200 00
)) C Ilarnc-, added 75 stock hordes 1,025 00
Collin III os .added to valuo of goods 250 00
J Clay, added 100 stock c atle 750 00
II W Cone, added value of lots and
Improvements 310 00
J Caufman, added 10 cons . 200 00
X I' Dougherty, added 1,000 sheep 1,200 00
A Dojle, added to value of lots 200 W
I) J Daze, added to valuo of Improve
ments 150 00
I) J Daze, added to valucof Improve
ments ... . . 200 00
George II Dougluss, added 100 stock
cattle . 750 00
George It Douglass, added to value of
Improvements . . 150 00
.1 L D iv Is, added to V aluo of lots 250 00
Lb Drum, added to value of Improve
ments ... 300 CO
T C Donahue, added to value of Im
provements 10 00
Dent A. Sijer, added 500 sheep 000 00
Dent &. Saver, added to value of
ranch .... 325 00
J LDoughcity. added lots .110 00
V A Elkliis, udded to v aldo of lols 150 CO
)V A Elklns, added to value of Im
provements 150 00
V It Edw ards, added lo v alue of mer
chandise 150 00
E U Elllnvvood. added to value of lols
and Improvements .. .100 03
T A I'lemlng added to value of Im
provements 100 00
E I'rleud, added to v alue of lots. 150 CO
C M fe'i r irl, udded to v aluo of lots 100 00
J Irec-nian, added 100 stock cattle 7W CO
Hart i Campbell ndded 1.000 shei-p 1,200 00
J r Henncssj, udded to value of lots
and Improvements 120 00
J T Hanks, added to value of furni
ture 200 00
.1 1' Hunks, added lo value of lols 250 00
Herr.dou & Hawkins, added lo value
of lots JfO 00
A Hansen, added 10 horses COO 00
G tVIIarvej.addid drugs and furni
ture 200 00
EM Istbell,added50sloekhoi'-es 750 00
II M I ihell, added 23 Mock cattle 172 50
J V Johnson, added 100 stock cattle 750 00
Johnston. Du Hols, uddded to stock
of goods 100 00
Johnston & Du Hols, added to Im
provements on lots . 100 00
J KlostirniPjer, udded 500 sheep 000 00
C 1' Kulhiens, added (o value of
ranch . . 350 00
C 1' Kuthrens. added lo value of lots
and Improvements . 500 00
Geo Ke nd ill, added to value of Im
provements on lols. 10 00
J T Keek, udded to value of lots and
Improvements .... JW 00
Kalhal) Cattle Co , added 0 stallions G00 00
K lib lb Cattle Co , added in bulls MX) 00
1C ilbab Cattle Co , udded to value of
Improvements 1000 00
CA Keller, uddid lo value of mci
chundlse. 2P0 00
J. B. POUTHIE, PROP.
All Kinds of Iron Castings Made.
ORDERS SOLICITED FROM ALL POINTS IN
PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS.
BLACKSMITH AND WAGON WORK DONE.
tual deserve Fund Life Association.
$18,450,000 Paid in Death Claims by the Mutual Life Absou
ation from 1S81 to 1894,
A NEW SYSTEM AND THE BEST.
The Strongest and Most Progressive of all the Insnnmu
Companies Extant I
Hates Nearly So Per fent Cheaper than in the Old System Comparies.
C & L Lebsch, added to valuo of Im
Esau Lamb, added to value of Im
C Lamb, added to v alue of Improve-
mcnis . j.
II 1' Lyons, added to valuo of lui-
G E Lohe, added Improvement on
Iiosscssory right ,
D T Muiphy, udded horses.. j. J;
D T Muiphy, added 100 stock cattle -M
C S McCormlck, added to v alue of lots
and Improvements . .
Owens Bros , added 75 stock boises i joj J?
Owens Hro3.. added to value of Im- "
provements . 2j0
J L O'Brien, added to valuo of Ira-
JO riiclan, added Improvements on
C L Porter, added to v alue of lots and
Improvements . 10n
E I) IMIlsburj , added to vuluc of Im
provements on lots M
MrsL Jl'attrldgc, udded to vulue of
Improvements . 1M(ft
r l'ujne. added to value of 1m-
W D Poncll, added to value of lots
and Improv ements -y) (
Rcliucr & May, udded.2,000 bheep 2 twi c
Itclmcr & Muy, added improvements
on land - f)
T I, Hogers &. Co , added 200 stock
cattle . . . lj00Of
T L Hogei-s&. Co, added 20 bulls oo(
J It Robinson, udded to value of
MrsJM Roundtrcc, udded to value of
lols and Improvements lio m
Sanford Howe, added to vjluc of ve
Sanfoid Rovvc, added to value of lots
and improvements j,
J S Rodman, added Jewell and me
chanlc's tools 2io io
J W Sullivan, udded 100 stock cattle ,jo (in
J W Sullivan, added to value of Im
Mrs L Sandcis. added 30 stock cattle "5 oo
Smith, Thornton i. Smith added 1500
sheep i soo 00
T M Klielton, added 60 stock cattle 3,; oo
T M Shelton. added to valuo of Im
provements too co
)V II Smoot, added lo v alue of horses B5 oo
W 11 f-moot, udded 100 stock cittle ;a)oo
V II Smoot, added to valuo of Im
provements 450 0U
Unknown owners, udded lots In I lag
stall, lfo oo
John Vorlcs, added to value of lots
and Improvements 3.7)00
U S llcox, added to v aluc of horses 'nxi oo
Efe ico, added vehicles aio oo
E SWUeov. added to valucof lots 121 00
J R Wall ice, added 300 stock cattle 2 250 00
J It allacc. added 8 saddle horses Ijn oo
Mrs S E York, added to v aluc of lots
and Impiov ements ijo oo
An of the above named persons who were
unablo to tippear before the Hoard before
July 20th ma appear and be heaid at tlie
meeting on Thursda, August 22, 1P'5 and
the di termination then had sh ill be tinal
By ordei of the Hoard,
C A III MI CleiU
SEWING MACHINE SUPPLIES!
1 furnish Jvcedle- Oil, Helling, Miutile
etc : also all pirts and pieces for tlilitv
oue different kinds of sowing nudiiiic
Bcsldes' being agent for the above I -ell tli
WHEELER & WILSON
Cash or Installment Write for prices ami
W. H. CLARK,
I-I, V. ROLL,
Territorial Immigration Cotnmissionsr
for Coconino County.
Iufoi iii illon on tho mineral, agtiuiluml
tlmhir stoekralsliu and other resminis of
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tin ...riiil.j pi i Vlt
I'aitlis having requests foi d it uif thl
tlou ure-coidl ill aked to bring il oi u!
t.. ,n I.!.,.
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