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if 11 Mi '(iff THURSDAY. OCTOBER 10, 1895.
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The cuiiu try wants uo more experi
ence ill fruo trm'e. They havo hail
ouough of that sort of prosperity.
Sevekaj. of tlio distinguished politi
cal bosses aro said to havo their hands
full at the present time. Hut several
of them also havo their pockets full.
KvEitv stale in the South, says the
Now York "Advertiser," should fol
low the example of Texas and pass
such laws against prize lighting as
will admit. of uo doubtior quibble. If
wo aro to have prize lighting in this
country let it take place right here at
Coney Island under the eye of civiliza
lion. Our facilities are unexcelled.
HERE AND THERE.
Movements of Homo Folks and Xoten
J. A. Fleming is expected hero this
llelow is given thchlghestnnd lowest points
registered by the thermometer In Flagstaff
during the month to this date:
Date. Maximum Minimum
1 03 40
t :o 38
a O'.l 43
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AVenther Forecast for Arizona.
San Fkaxcisco, October 10 Fair
Thursday and Friday; cooler to-night.
The Texas authorities aro after the
prize lighters and their backers,
warrants have been issued for Cm butt
and Fitzsimmous and their managers.
Prize lighters and their agents liml
hard lines in Texas.
The democratic convention of New
York declares1 against tho free and
unlimited cnihago silver. It puts
itself, as was expected, directly in
opposition to the views of the southern
and western democracy.
How few people, says the Boston
Journal, know that the shamrock of
Ireland is the white clover of the
United States. Yet the trifolium
repens, as it is technically termed, "is
tho successor of the oalis acetosella
in tho emblematic sen ice of the Irish
The Now Jersey democratic .stato
convention nominated Chancellor A.
T. McGill for governor, and adopted a
platform which charges tho recent
industrial depression to republican
legislation, indorses President Cleve
land's administration, and approves his
IIusliicss Hrlslc In tho Neighboring
Hur;; Public School Graded
rilOM OUU IIEQULAII COItttESPOXDENT.l
Williams, October 11, 1895.
A familiar question: Have you
learned to ride tho bike?
Williams is suffering will) a surplus
of spinster married women.
Williams is all right but her streets
The filling of coal bins preparatory
to a Williams whiter is the order of
Nov. O. J. MeFadden of tho M. E.
church has been appointed to this
charge for another year.
Lawyer Dunbar has been at the
point of death since Saturday night,
caused by lung hemorrhages.
Dr. K. M. Francis has the best drug
store in town, also the best trade.
The merchants report business in
their lines unusually active.
Mrs. J. F. Phelau is some better at
this wiiting, but is not out of danger.
County Superintendent of Public
Instruction La ton of Flagstaff was a
Williams visitor last Saturday and
Sunday and in conjunction with Attor
ney Kuss a member of tho county
board of education, and tho school
board of this district, met, approved,
and adopted the course of study for a
high school outlined by tho teachers of
the public schools of this place. The
curriculum embraces all tho higher
branches, also Spanish. The schools
are in thu most prosperous condition
ever known, tho seating capacity of
the buildings being more than taxed
to their utmost, while system ami
thoroughness of work is making more
than gratifying strides.
Tho Saginaw box factory is'woiking
ouo and one quarter time. Tho re
pairs in tho saw mill aro almost com
pleted ami soon another whistle will
be added to the industries ot the city.
Every train brings sonic one now as
a permanent resident for Williams.
Business progresses day and night.
"Wandering Willie" and "Hu Car
Charley" can't rest at night for tho
constant shuffling of cars, while the
oldest inhabitant loses his lethargy by
tho constant annoyance of tho carpen
ter's saw and' hammer.
Lucien G. Smith of Williams, spent
E. S. Clark spent several days in
Prescott tills week.
C. II. Bayless of Tucson, was hero
several days this week.
S. B. Hall of Phoenix, registered at
the Bank hotel Monday.
J. W. Francis left yesterday on a
business trip to Phoenix.
Misses Irene and Helen Thomas left
for Los Angeles Tuesday.
M. J. Itiordau returned last night
from a trip to Los Angeles, Cal.
Dr. D. J. Brauuoii madu a profes
sional visit to Williams Tuesday.
A. M. Goudy, tho cattle buyer, is
hero looking after a shipment of cattle.
Col. Breathitt, special agent of the
Interior department, left for Tucson
N. U. La ton went to Williams last
night on business connected with the
John II. Smith, thu Prescott cattle
man, is in town looking after a ship
ment of steers.
II. II. Hoxworth left this morning
for a short visit to Phoenix and the
Salt river valley.
Mrs. Thos. Howe has returned from
Council Bluffs la., where she has
been visiting a sister.
J. II. Tolfrce of Mohave, Cal, came
in yesterday morning and left for Los
Angeles in the evening.
W. V. Cartmcil and wife and W. IV
Thomas and wife left Tuesday for a
two weeks trip to the Verde.
W. B. Hunter, recently business
manager of the Albuquerque Democrat,
spent a few duvs here this week.
II. B. Hibbeu, the traveling repre
sentative of Babbitt Bros., left yester
day on a business trip to Phoenix.
It. II. Kilp.itrick.who has been visit
ing his uncle, J. It. Kilpatrick, for the
past three months, left for California
F. W. Sisson and wife left Satuidaj
for Peoiia. III. Mr. Sisson will return
in a fuw days but Mrs. Sisson will re
main several months.
t. M. Murphy, president of Ijie
Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix railroad,
was a passenger on No. -1 vesteulay on
his way to Chicago.
P. D. Berry returned Moiidav from
San Miguel, where he had been unit
ing Ills little .son Kalph, who is at the
Sister, school in that place.
J. B. Jones has returned from a
visit to his old home in Pilisboro.
N. C. He will take charge of the
commissary at the Enterprise mill.
Prof. James has finished the woik
BOARD OF EXAMINERS.
Adoption ot a Course of Study for thu
Tho county board of examiners, in
connection with tho board of trustees
of Williams school district, met in Wil
liams last Saturday uveniiig with a
view of adopting a course of study for
that school. After considering a plan
submitted by Prof. Young and his
assistants, the same, with a fuw addi
tions and amendments, was adopted by
tho board, making thu school at Wil
liams a graded school. The couise
covers a period of three years, includ
ing thu present year, ami if adhered to
cannot fail in producing good results.
Miss Charlotte Cook, who presides
over thu destinies of pupils in the
primary department, is a lady of ex
perience and tuct, and judging from
observation and reports, shu is equal
to thu task, and therefore a success.
Miss Cora Finnic, who wields the
ferule in thu grammar department, is
a new comer in Arizona aud hails from
California, with enviable credentials.
Shu seems to be an earnest woiker in
the schoolioom and throws her whole
soul into her chosen calling, and if her
work is not successful it will not be
for lack of an earnest endeavor to give
Ceo. A. Young is entering upon Ills
.second 5 ear as principal of this school,
and is in charge of thu advauced grade
anil tho higher branches. He leaves
uo stone unturned that will tend to
laise the school to thu highest .standard.
The teachers aro pulling together in
a manner that is commendable, having
almost daily meetings, at which plans
aud methods are discussed tli.it will
aid them in the performance of their
duties as instructors.
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Flagstaff has paid out at one
whack $800 for telephones. That
amount is a little Ies than one-third
of what tho town is asked to pay
annually for water. The telephones
are a luxury. The water is a necessity
and tho people will willingly pay the
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The United Slates treasury ftato
nicnt for September shows a surplus
of about &J,000,000 of receipts over
expenditures for the month. It re
mains to bo seen whether this satis
factory showing will be repeated in
the successive mouths to come. Thu
gold reserve has been lowered somo
what during tho week, but not in
sufficient amount to cause alarm
Officials of tho depirtinent of
justice havo never regarded the life of
a federal official in Indian territory
or Oklahoma as a happy ono, as few
of them have escaped being charged
Willi all sorts of liicnous crimes. Tho
judges of tho new U. S. court would,
it was thought. eeape. but the thought
waiwioug. Lawyer Davis has tiled
charges against Judge Kilgore, once
widely known as tho Texas congress
man who kicked the dooi of thu House
down when Speaker Heed had had it
locked, charging him with ignorance,
incompetency, fnvoiitisin and several
oilier things not creditablu to an occu
pant of the bench. The attorney
general is now wailing for Judge Kil
goru to explain the charges, copies of
which have lieen'sent him. Judge
Kilgoro's appointment iias )et to lie
confirmed by the Senate. lJie court
upon which ho sits having bieu organ
ized since congress adjourned. His
friends say iU) charges amount to
two veteran saloon men, havo rented
the handsome double-room buildiii"1
being erected by C. E. Boyce ami will
fit up two elegant saloons. Colleu
Frank the best coed; in Coconino county
will run a first-class restaurant in
connection, a much needed institution
ill tills VlrillitV llf Pillliilinir iii.if..i!..l
Cap. P. Smith and Joe Broyles. thelfor ,lis ljook Nmv ,.-." '
Arizona, and left for Williams ester
day. Miss Florence Dukes, who left last
week to take charge of the school at
Signal, Mohave county, has returned,
having given up the school at thatj
A. M. Franklin of Phoenix was
hero this week, representing the New
York Lifu Insurance company. Mr.
Franklin is also secretin y of thu terri
torial boaid of equalization.
Among thu visitors to the (hand
Cain on this week were Mrs. Bessiu
II. Scott of Decatur, Ca.; Mrs. S. C.
Sanders of Washington, Ga., and
James Moore of North Carolina.
A. G. Wells, superintendent of the
A. & P., arrived hero in Ids private car
Monday. Ho is accompanied by Mrs
JI. K. Mission Conference.
The fotirteetli annual conference of
mo m. h. church, Arizona mission
closed its work on Sunday.
Bishop Warren preached a force
able sermon on Sunday morniii"- and
Hew J. F. Downs delivered an able
sermon at night. At the close of the
services Bishop Warren announced tho
following ahpoiutments for the ensu
ltev. G. T. Bovard of Los Angeles,
superintendent of the mission of Ari
zona. Flagstaff B. M. D.inford.
Williams and Ash Fork O. J.
Winslow and Hoi brook J. A.
Kingman -G. W. Blakely.
Prescott (J. L. Pearson.
Alhambra and Gleudale E. P. F.
Phoenix C. J. Chase.
Tempo and Mesa Fred Sheldon.
Gila Bund To be supplied.
Yuma To be supplied.
Tucson C. P. Wilson.
Tombstone ,1). Itolerts. - j
Safford F. W. Downs.
The next session of the conference
will bu held in Phoenix.
This enterprising magazine seems to
have made a particular effort in its
October Issue to appeal to the popular
mind. Although an article by Mr.
Wfeuer on "Technical Measuring In
stiiiments," ami one by Mr. Emmet,
on "The Origin of Alternating Cur-
iciils," as well as Messrs. Freedmau
and Ostci berg's serial on "Practical
Testing," aio very scientific, there are
several others of interest toainbody
at all versed in science. Prof. W. M.
Sline contributes a very able article on
"The Aim of Laboratory Training,"
i subject widely discussed, and worthy
a deep thought. The w i iter 's a par
ticularly able man for this subject,
having a large laboratory in personal
charge. Mr. E. P. Thompson, well
known for fiis writing on "Invention,"
points out that the principal ofiever
sal is one everybody should take lo
heart; he shows that by simply re
versing the process some of tho most
important inventions have been made.
A field seldom thought of in con
nection with electricity, namely, that
of astronomy, occupies several pages
in the present issue in which Mr. J. T.
Mouell, an electrical and ciil en
gineer, who has had expel ieuee in
obsei vatdries for several yeais, points
out the application of electricity in I lie
Mr. Chubb gives a bright retiewof
"The Development of the Klccliic
Kaihvay,,v and his article is found to
contain pleasant and important matter.
Max Lucwcuthal praises the storage
battery, and icfers to its application in
The "Synopsis of Technical Lilera-
turu" is exceptionally long, showing
the activity which is being detcloped
all over thu woild in trying to further
the science of elect i icily and its application.
Means danger. It is a serious
condition mid will lead to disas
trous results if it is not ovcr
como at once. It is a sure sign
that tho Mood is impoverished
and impure. The best remedy is
"Which makes rich, healthy blood,
and thus gives strength and elas
ticity to tho muscles, vigor to
the brain and health and vitality
to every part of tho body.
Hood's Sarsaparilla positively
" I have taken Hood's Sarsa
parilla for indigestion, that tired
feeling and loss of appetite. I
feel much better and stronger
after taking it. I earnestly rec
ommend Hood's Sarsaparilla,
aud I call it a great medicine."
Mits. C. E. BitAMiur.ST, 1318
Cambria St., Philadelphia, Pa.
To establish a conipjNory gch0jl ,
and for the Tenltory of Aiizomt
Ho It enacted by the iesWatUoVase,,,!,. .
the Tel rltory of Arizona: """of
uu.v ircteuM ... mo . vi i nury ot AilQna
int; contiol or charge of u child
llxtUIHtll fill tl'tiianf ulirlil ....
rr. : "T ... :r. r. . v ,i u. ou"xiun
.,u WIU...U .u oii.j ugii cniiuoreliild,
u public ftchool for u peilod of at least i j
weeks In each school year, at least Ix ,e .
of width blmll bo consecutive, unless in i
child or children am excused from a,,..,?
aiicebytbo board of school tiustu Uf n
school district In which such pare,,,,
guardian reside, upon its behirf ,.. "
their satisfaction Hut the bodily on,.., . ,
condition ot such child or children lusl
suet, us to t.ri.iiM.t l.iw .... i. ........ .. . "een
" - - " " ""wiraiieiul.
HCOCI'S Pills ?S.eaVine-ucclSy
Worthy Your Coiindencc.
The success of Hood's Sarsaparilla in
conquering scrofula in whatever way it
may manifest itself is vouched for irj
Wells and a party of ladies from Boston, thousands who were severely afflicted
The party visited the Cliff duellings 'by this prevalent disease, but who now
rejoice over a permanent euro by
Hood's Sarsaparilla. Scrofula may ap
pear as a humor, or it may attack the
glands of the neck, or break out in
Tuesday and left for thu Grand Canyon
A letter was received here yesterday
from Hon. Chas. It. Drake, onu of
Arizona's delegates to the Deep Water
convention just closed at 1'opcka,
Kansas. Mr. Drako writes tl.-.r ,i'.'
convention was a very successful one
Jho membeis of the cummin.... t....
Arizona are Mr. Drake, Messrs. Colin
Cameron, K K Kellner of Phoenix
and L. J. Babbitt, of FlagstaffStar
Live Stock Inspector Al Doyle was
busy yesterday tallying tho various
brands of cattle at the stock lards
II. .1.1.!.. II . . '
"noon., ros. snipped four eai loads
of feeders to Garden Cily, Kansas.
.. b. Gosney shipped foil
Strong Cily. Kansas.
Wills & Craven made a shipment
of seven ens of feeders to ClnUon,
lo.norrow, J. B. Manby will .ship
.leven cat loads to Dodge City, Knii
sas. This shipment will bc.from thu
Al ranch cattle.
Sunday Babbilt Bros. ,ipped
twelte carloads of cattle to Stron
Cily, Kansas. e
van uates are loading eleven cars
"faU,1" '.""l:,-V f,",J,l'h""ent to Kansas.
E. G. Green will load four cars of
cattle for shipment to Los Angeles on
the 14th inst.
On the 15th inst. C M. Montgomery
will load four carloads of canii. f,...
shipment to Los Angeles.
tireatllul running sores on the body ,
limbs. Attacking the mucous mem
brane, it may develop into catarrh, or
I'xlging in I he lungs lead to coiisuinp
lion. Come as it may, a faithful course
of treal men t with Hood's S.irsapaiilln
mi ei come ii, ior working upon the
foundation 'of all discuses, inipiiie
blood, the sstem is clarified ami vital
ized, and vigor, strength ami health
restored lo the body.
. p- .
Nollco Is hereby given that citizens
interested in tho unclaimed poriipu of
the cemetery are' requested locall on
N. G. Laylon. Secretary of Board, or
J. Guthlie Savage, Treasurer, for deeds
to lots already taken.
Summary of the Governor's Hcrom
III his report to the Secretary of 'In
Interior Governor Hughes makes the
1. That Arizona be admitted lo
statehood under an enabling act.
2. Amendment of thu Caicy arid
laud bill, that its provisions may In
made available lo territories.
3. That thu Salt River and the Gila
Bend Indian reservations he set apm.
for allotment at once for Indian "rail-
nates ot (he Industrial school.
4. Settlement of title of lands in
ieinily of Tuba City be made.
fl. That south and west houuilnrt
lino of Navajo reservation be sun ej ed
and Indians be kept on icservation.
C. That the government encouragi
the construction of reservoirs by grant
ing n bonus of lands to those furnish
ing water to Indians for iirigaling
7. That school accommodations foi
Indians bu enlarged.
8. Jurisdiction of tiial of Indians In
transferred from territoiial to U.S.
!). San Cailos coal fields be segie
gated and Ihriiwn open to settlement.
10. Appiopiiation for territorial
militia be increased.
11. That appeals taken from the
court of private land claims lo tin
supreme court be brought to a speedt
trial. J his in the interest of settle
ment of those lauds.
12. Iinpioveinent of Colorado river.
13. Measures lo resliict liquoi
traffic in the territory.
1 1. That a live-stock agent be per
manently located al Nogales to in
sped cattle when presented for entry.
IS. That territoiial board of ed
ucation be empowered to lease school
lands, tho revenue to go to the school
fund of the leiiilory.
10. That a forestry commission be
detailed from ihu U. S. army stationed
at military oosls. to our f,,r,.t
charged with the duty of preventing
destruction of our forest area. .
u. that provision be made for
leasing grazing lands under conditions
lliat will piotect small holdings The
revenue to. go to the leiritory for
school purposes and pa) incut of I he
18.. That Die petrified forests be set
a pa it as a national park.
19. That an appropriation be made
to aid in Ihe work of the national
in igation congress.
20. That direct railway postal ser
vice bu established between northern
and southern Arizona.
21. That the contingent expenses of
l lie Governor's office be Increased anil
provisions be made for adequate cleri
22. To cuciiuingon national school
of science near Hie Grand Ciiii)on and
.nice, nt school, or application lo study r
the peilod leijulied. dr thai suLli . i,.V..
children mo taught in u prU uiu school or ",
homo In such blanches as in o u,uahy iau !,
ina prlmaiy school, or bau aluady 1.
nulled the oidlnary blanches of learuC"
taught In tho public s hooisj prm(j..u '!
casou public school shall not be Hut .,' f
Hie period of twelio weeks, or U11! r
thereof, during the j ear. wlil.l,, luo f ' a"
me nearest n-j veied road of ti,u reduce at
any poison within tlio school uistnp. i. "
siio shall not bo Hauie. to tin, piuvisiui,s.,f
tills. JH't "'
SLC. 2. It shall be the duly of thebo.,,., of
uustctsof each school district in ,.e iw,.
toiy.on or beioro tlio Hist Jlona.iv n. s
.vuiiM.-rufi-.tcii year, lo fuuiisi, tlc veiw..".
oi each public school iauht .n such !, '
ilha list ot all clilluieii ivUent In n,
.chool dlstnct between tlieasof ei.-ntJa
.onricen iears, said list to be tana. f,vlll "
epoi t ot the school census nui-slui.
At the hemming of each school iBoai,.
Hieixatter. It shall be tho duty f tu! ,)ri '
pal of each school in such district to unort
10 the board of trustees of such district u.o
names of nil children utlei,uii.gscluuI(Jui!
.ng tho previous school month. Vi hen suaii
appear, at the expiration of t0 J
.uoiiths, to tho boaiu oi school trustees tiMt
any parent, guarulau or other per,uu luwn
cnargo or contmi of any chndor eiiiiuIin'
.hall have fa! ed to comply will, l)lu ., '
visions of tl,, act.lliuu)aiu shall cusuthe
ceikof thouoaidof trustee, to sen e nutlu
upon such parents, guardians or olherur
ms; audit within ten day, after serwie of
..uch notice, such parent, guardian oroilar
.k.t,oi, shall hae tallnl lo turnish the Ouard
ot trustee, uith good and suiliaem reason,
tur iiuii-cumujiaiicu with the ia,n,utoart
'"""us" uemanu to wj maue upon suUi
parent, guardian or other person iur tlle
amount ot thu penalty heK-uuiu-r
...oviued: when, if such paiem, guaiuuu
oine, per,ou shall neglect or ixiumi
-o luy thu s.niio within tui da ef
no making of such demand, Hie Loani
uall uuuuiiciicu puKIeediugsin theiuiue ut
.no schoaldisiiici for ii,u iccoieii ot ti.eiine
.lei-cluafter pi-o, jdd Ueturo any justli-eurn.e
peace in tho precinct In w-hicii said school ui--net
tslocuudjor.lf the.u u, ,,jUi,eof
.lie peac lheiT.-in, then before Ihe iiea.vt
justice of tho peace in the county.
stc. 3. Any jiaitnt, guardian, or oilier ikt
soii Bavin couuul or charge of a cinm r
v-hildrcu, failing to comply will, HiepivMs-
... . .ict, snail uo guuty r a ,i,u
-leanor.and shall oe imu.e to a tine ,u not
ess than ten dollars nor moio than tuemy
aollai, for tho ilrst oneiise, nor les, ,u
.weuty dollars nor more lllalI ,ifly ,,01ur
.or the second and tacli smlui.m 1Itll
resides tho costs of collection.
fcEC. 1 Whenever It shall appear to the
satisfaction of tho board of school trustees
Jf any school distik-tm thl, terrnory that Hie
parents, guardian, or other pel-sous iiaun0
Jhargo o, couti-oi of any child or children in
attendance upon the pubuc school of said
district, In accordance w.th the pro,sOI of
his Act.ai-eunab.oioprocuix-suitable Iwokv,
statloneiy, etc.. for such child orchllihen. It
..hall Ih) the duly of such boarC to procure, or
k-auseto be procured, for such cliilG or clnl
.iren all necesaiy books, slatloneiy, etc ; Hie
.imo lo bo paid foi out of the fund, of s,,jj
Jlslilct in the same way that other cl.ih.is
0,'alnst thu school district arc mm allowed
and paid; provided, that all Looks, station
ary, etc.. purchased under the prot Wous ot
.his Act shall bo deemed Hie properly of tl
.chool dlstiict, to bu under Hie c-...,. ...,.t min
.rol of the school trusties when njt in iictu.il
Sec. 5. All fines-collecled tinder the pr. is
lonsof thi, Act shall be paid Into the county
treasury oil tho account of Hit-counly s,-i,i
SEC. 0. It shall be thu duty of the county
superintendent of Public Schools In each
county In this teirltory localise this law lo
bo published In somo newspaper In Ills
county, if thero be one, four cui.sicutlie
ihiios, annually, for :i peilod of two ear.
the expense of such publication to I e ullouid
and paid out of the general school fund of
the county. The beard of tiustees In each
school district shall cause to be posted .-inmi-
.iRv, for a peilod of two yoar, In three public
places lu their district, notices of tin' pen
alties and requirements of this Act.
StC. 7. To ghc full fo.-coand elf.i-l Inllitf
provisions of this Act prln.-lpiU of -cliiwls
aro allowed, as a last result to emploj coi.
poral punishment; pmvldid.lh.il in no case
shall such punishment bo Inlllrl d witlihiono
hour from the commission of the oftVnsei
and, piiiIded. further, that In no case n.ust
kicks or cuffs beemploycd, iiorblowsilhec-led
lo any part of the body susceptible of InJJiy.
Stc. 8. This Act shall take effect ami be In
force from and after July 1, lbS3.
Ilcca-ne a law the second day of April, P.
Secretary of Torrllori.
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Piivale tables, with fiesh lim-n
every day. Meals served in the latest
style, family tourists accommodated.
San rraneiseo sir.-;t, next door to Car
Ihe cluster of natural nli.-n, .....
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.... ,,,..,. ,i iiui wn ue gitun
to the Gila Valley. Globe & Nmihern
railway through the S.in Carlos In-
mail icservailon, nn.s in ,U ii,tm-,..sl
ot the rich mining legion of Gila
eolinly, and the bel'.er i-niin-,.1 ,.f r...
24. That n b-iaid of irrigation en
gineeis be created t-ouslstliir ,.f il...
territorial Irrigation eii"-in..Hi-. ...,! i
two U. S. army eiigiueers, lo inspect
all irrigation works, to reqtilru safe
construction and repair of s.-uno.
This in Ihu interest of precaution and
to guard against disaster, csnlii.,
from breaking of dams or irrigatiiitr
OflVMf"V m.rl fTr.tn.Trt..-a rtl.lnlTTrl rnrlftllPat
I ml bujlness co-adactcd for f'edcrife Tcrs.
our u-ice is Onposi'o U.S.P-tent imco,
ana wo ran secure p-itent lnle39tliictliKntl)ope
remote from Wnlilncton.
Send tnoilcl. draw Itig or photo., w !tli descrip
tion. Wo advise, f ,;iientaMe or not, free ut
r?.0- 0,,r tcv nnt dec till intent Is secured
A P-molilct, "How to Obtain Pitent,"Ita
names ofactnal rlhiits Inyoi.rStatc. coniitr.
town, scut free. Addrcs,
Oppos'lo Patent Otfico Wathlnclon. D. fc
WANTED- for investors with ci Ii,
ileveiopcd MIHFS. .Monet fur-
nishol for developing mining PHOS
PECTS, Good GOLD, SILVKit ami
COPPEIl properties cm be SOLD
QUICXLY l.y ndoWing the
AMEHICAN MINING KXCIIAXUK.
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