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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8. 189C.
One Year 12 00
Six Months t 25
Three Months 75
Address all communications and make all
remittances to 0. II. Kbnston, Flagstaff,
Advertising rates given upon application.
Entered ut t ho Flagstaff post office us sec
Delegate to Congress
Hon. A. J. DORAN.
A. A. DUTTON.
c. s. Mccormick.
N. G. LAYTON.
E. S. CLARK.
R. H. CAMERON.
J. A. LAMPORT.
Board of Supervisors
J. M. DENNIS,
J. A. VAIL.
Justices of the Peace
J. A. WILSON,
E. S. WILCOX.
M. T. (bain) BLACK.
THE SILVER. QUESTION.
The contention of the democratic
party is not (.imply for the free coinage
of silver. One might easily believe in
thefiee coinage of silver and yet not
be able to support that patty because
of its stand upon the money question.
Snpposo that thcro should be more
money, what of it? Is that asking that
the money will bo worth only about
one-half of what it is now? In Mexico
a silver dollar only buys about one-half
of what it does heie. Would a silver
dollar, coined in tins count iy, uot
backed up as it is now by a gold dol
lar, containing less silver than the
Mexican, do any better? Is there auy
magic power in the act of a legislaluie
to cteatc value?
But the boy orator sas that free and
unlimited coinage would cieale such a
demand for silver that its price would
go up so that a silver dollar then would
buy as much as a gold dollar does now.
It is doubtful if tlio leading spirits iu
the silver cause bolievo this. Both
Sewall and Altgeld have had the gold
clause put into their contracts. It is
reported that Harvey, thu author of
"Coin," demanded that the bank which
owed him $2,500, pay the sum in gold.
Now would these men be so anxious
after the gold if they belioed that tlio
silver dollar coined at thu rate of 10 to
1 would bo hoi Ih as much as tho gold
The logical break iu their argument
is, that afiee aud unlimited coinage
will not ei ente an unlimited demand.
The silver luineis tire not going to coin
moto money than they can use. The,"
arc uot going to coin silver to slack it
away iu vaults, oi for gratuitous dis
tribution. And is not that the only
way an unlimited demand can be eip.
So it is that the argument useil to
prove that thu fieo coinago of hilver at
the ratio of 1C to 1 will niako the silver
dollar of equal value lo the gold dollar
is logically unsound.
Fjee coinage of silver, whcU u silver
dollar is worth a gold dollar, js all
right, but free coinage at a ratio which
will miko a silver dollar worth only
fifty-two ceuts, is all wrong. It will
cut in two the wages of the laborer
and help the capitalist, for then he can
get his labor at just one half the rates
he cau now. It will cut right in two
the savings of the poor mau. It will
be nothing Jess than a calamity to
every oue who has to work for a living.
Theke is uo enthusiam for Mark
Sinilh in this campaign aud he feels
that he made the mistake of his life iu
accepting Iho nomination for delegato
Hon. A. J. Doran is a mining man
and represents thoroughly ovcry inter
est of Arizona. Tlio mining industry
is the, leading oue of the territory aud
consequently supports the otliwr in-
FitOM the way that things, politic
ally, nro shaping themselves, it is evi
dent that the battle for delegato to
congress is between Do ran and O'Neill
aud that Mark Smith is destined to re
ceive the smallest vote of any caudi
date, for delegate iu the history of Ari
The Arizona "Republican" lias been
sold to C. C. Kaudolph, formerly
Washington correspondent for tlio New
York "Times." The uew owner has
placed the full republican ticket at tlio
head of the editorial column, aud it
will be welcome news to all Arizona
republicans to know that the "Repub
lican" will hcuccfoith be what its
name implies a icpublicau uewspaper.
Four eats ago Mark Smith, J. C.
Hcrndou aud J. F. Wilson told Iho
people of Flagstaff that if they voted
for Maik Smith and democratic reform
that we would uot only get statehood
but that tlio laud would flow with
"milk aud honey." This same ti io are
uow telling tlio people of Arizona, that
the cure for all the ills of the territory
in to vote for Mark Smith, free silver
and statehood. And thoy,boliovo that
they ran again gull the people of Ari
zona iuto electing Mark Smith to con
gress. A KENTUOKIAN'S VIEW,
Popularity ot McKlnlry In the lilue
The follow iug letter was received by
a leading business man of Flagstaff
this week. It is from the head ot a
business linn, which docs a large busi
ness in Arizona, and shows that free
silver is not so prevailing as the Dry
anites would lead us to believe:
"Your digression in reference to
McKiniey is all O. K., aud think if
there is any place iu the United States
where politics aro red hot, it is certain
ly in the old state of Kentucky. The
wiiter has been a life long democrat,
but by no mcaus a popocrat, and will
certainly vote against Bryan. Ho is
strongly interested iu tlio Palmer and
Buckner movement, having been a
delegate from this to the National
sound money convention at Indianap
olis, and is satisfied that the nomina
tion of Palmer and Buekncr will throw
Kentucky iu tho republican column in
tho November election. Tho city of
Louisvillo will go 8,000 to 10,000 for
McKiniey. Its normal democratic
majority is 8,000, but last year the city
went -1,000 for Bradley, tho icpublicau
governor. The Palmer and Buckner
vote throughout the state will bo a
great deal more than the populist vote,
which is fused with the silvcrile, aud
while it will require a great deal of
of hard work, there is no question iu
our mind that for the first time siuce
the existence of the republican party,
tlio state of Kentucky will cast a ma
jority of votes for tho republican can
didate, and it is the only state iu the
Union which lias never done so hereto
foic. In refeienco to your views expressed
on wool in Aiiioua, the wrller begs to
say tnal ho believes wool should be
protected to such an extent as lo leave
the wool groweis a respectable profit;
but ou thu same theory, thu distiller is
now compelled to pay $1.10 tax on
whiskey where ho formerly only paid
OOcts tax, which has hurt the Kentucky
distiller very much indeed, owing to
the fact that thu higher Iho lax tho
Renter the consumption of cheap
'You will, therefore, at. once see that
"we all have tumbles of ourown," but
Kcutuckiaus aio patient and law abid
ing people, aud although wulitivo a lot
of crazy sih elites Iu the state just now,
we believe uot only Kentucky, but
ever other part of the United States,
will be iu much bettor condition when
McKiniey is elected; not on account of
McKiniey, hut ou account of the con
fidence of the people being restored to
tho fact that tins country will not be
repudiators of their honeet tlebte,
HERE AND THERE-
Movements of Homo Folks mid Notes)
J. B. Tnppau has returned from
Henry Ashurst, juslico of the peace
of Williams, was in town yesteulay.
Teresa Michel bach of Albuqueiquo
is visiting her sister, Mrs. G. K. Lohc.
A. P. Shewman, one of tho cditois
of the Mesa "Free Press," was in town
L. II. Tul f rep, the proprietor of tlio
Grand Cauyou hotel, came iu from thu
Mrs. W. D. Fraser and children left
Weducsday for tho home of her par
outs iu Florence, Kas.
Adam Mohlenpah and family have
iHJturncd from Fort Wingate, where
they havo been living for the past tluec
J. M. Dennis, candidate ou tho Re
publican ticket for member of ihe
board of supervisors, was iu towu es
teulay. Mrs. A. M. Fraukliu aud Miss
Auita Yaegcr, who havo beun spend
ing the summer hero, returned to
Miss Fisher, who has been spending
tho summer visiting her sister, Mrs.
M. J. Baguall, returned to her home
in Louisvillo ou Wednesday.
Qjolm Donovan leturncd Monday
from Chicago, where he has been for
tho past six mouths. Ho is a free
silvcrito but ho has improved iu ap
pearauce until he resembles the pict
ures of tho gold bug Hanun.
.Senator White aud party letuiued
from their trip to the Grand Can on
Tuesday, in time lo take the passenger
train for Los Angeles. The Senator
could not be prevailed upon lo give
the democracy a "free silver" talk.
On Tuesday night at the courthouse
Dr. T. J. J. Sec of the Lowell obser
vatory gave an interesting lecture, on
tho stellar systems and the discoveries
recently made with tho new Lowell
telescope. Dr. See is making his
special woik the study of double stars.
Before coming hero he was connected
with thu observatory of the Chicago
university and had won a wide repu
tation in his special study. Since the
election of the new telescope he has
discovered over 100 double stars not
heretofore known to astronomers. Dr.
Sec is a llucut talker, anil he was at
tentively listened to by a large audi
ence. Mnko tlio Most of Yourself.
It is the duty of every man to make
the most of himself. Whatever his
capacities may be, he is sure to find
some place whetc he can be useful lo
himself and to others. But he caunol
reach his highest usefulness without
good health aud he cannot have good
health w itliout good blood. The blood
circulates to every organ and tissue,
aud when it is pure, lich and healthy
it cariics health to the entire system,
but if it is impure it scatters disease
wherever it flows. Hood's S.uxapa
i ilia, is the one true blood purifier. Il
cures salt rheum, scrofula, catarih,
dyspepsia and ihcuniatism because
these diseases have their origin in Ihe
Send your address to II. E. Buck
leu & Co., Chicago, and get a flee
sample box of Dr. King's New Life
Pills. A tiial will convmcc you of
their merits. These pills are easy iu
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the cure of Constipation and Sick
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troubles they have been proved inval
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perfectly free from every deleterious
substance and to bu purely vegetable.
They do not weaken by their attion,
but by giving tone to stomach and
bowels greatly iuvigoratu the sjstem.
Regular size, '-'5c. per box. Sold by
Dr. J. Brauueii, druggist.
The readers of this paper will bo
pleased lo. learn that there is at least
oue dreaded disease Ihat science has
been able to cure in ail its "singes, anil
Mini Is Culm I h. Hall's- Cularrh Cure
is tin; only positive cure known lo the
medical fraternity. Catarih being u
constitutional disease, n ijuins n ou
stltulioiial treatment. Iluir.s Catarih
Cure is taken internally, aeling ili
tcetly upon thu blood and mucous sur
faces of the system, llien-b destroy
ing Iho foundation of the disease, and
giving tho patient strength by build
lug up thu constitution and assisting
nature in doing its iviufc. Thu pro
pi ietors liiivu so much faith iu its cur-
ulivo powers Unit tlicy offer O'ltt Ililn-I
died Dollars for any t-nsn that it fails
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Aililress, F. J. Cheney & Co., To-
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With Hood's Sarsapa
rllla, "Sales Talk," and
show that this medi
cine has enjoyed publlo confidence end
patronage to a greater extent than accord
cd any other proprietary medicine. This
is simply because it possesses greater
merit and produces greater cures than
any other. It is not what we say, but
what Hood's Sarsaparllla does, that tells
tho story. All advertisements of Hood's
Sarsaparllla, like Hood's Sarsaparllla it
self, aro honest. We have never deceived
the public, and this with its snperlatlvo
medicinal merit, is why the people have
"abiding confidence in it, and buy
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HOOd S PHIS with Hood's Barsaparllla.
QKntr that the efficient work of Judge
La ton has been recognized by the re
publican convention, tho people will
have an opportunity to show their ap
pieciation of his endeavors at tlio
election tills fall. As probate judgo
his business has been discharged im
paitially and intelligently; as superin
tendent of schools his duties have had
that personal supervision commen
suiatc witli Ids interest, as can be at
tested by tho heaity ciidoisemcut of
eeiy teacher under his supervision.
The Ideal 1'anacca.
James L. Francis. Alderman, Chica
go, sajs: "I regard Dr. King's New
Discovery as an Ideal P.iuacea for
Coughs, Colds and Lung Complaints,
hating used it in my family Mr thu
last tivo ycais, to the exclusion of
physician's prescriptions or otlior prep
arations." Ruv. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa,
twites: "I havo been a Minister of
the Methodist Episcopal Church for
50 years or more, aud have never
found anything so beneficial, or that
gac mo such speedy relief as Dr.
King's New Discovery." Try this
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Lxlcdtive Orrice. f
To all whom It nny concern:
Wulrkas, under an act of the Legislative
Assembly of tlio Territory of Arizona, en
titled Elections." approved March S, 1887. It
If provided that there shall bo held through
out tlio Territory, upon tho Tuesday after
the first .Monday In November. A. D. 188S, and
every two j'rars thereafter, an election for
members of the Legislative Assembly, mid
such other ofticcrs ns may be required by law
shall bo chosen at such election.
Ami Wiikhkas. It Is further provided In
said Act that at least thlny days beforo
each general election tlio Governor must
issue an Election Proclamation, under the
Great seal of tho Territory, and transmit
copies thereof to tho Clerks of the Hoards of
Supervisors of tho counties In which such
elections aro to bo held. Such proclamation
to contain a statement of tho time of the
election and thu olticcs to be Idled, and tho
otter of a rewind In the form prescribed by
Now, TneiiEronE. I, Benjamin J. rranklln,
Governor of Arizona. In pursuance of the
duty enjoined upon me. do hereby order a
general election to bo held on the Tucsd-iy
nfier tho hrst Monday In November, A. I)
1890. and the offices to bo filled at such elec
tion I do hereby designate to be as follows,
One Delegate to tho Fifty-fifth Congress of
the L'nlted Mates.
Twehe members of the Council of the
Legislative Assembly of Arizona and
Twenty-four members of the House of Rep
resentatives of tho Legislative Assembly of
Arizona, apportioned agreeably to existing
laws as follows, to-wlt:
County Council. Assembly.
And thcio shall bo elected In each county
of tho Territory one Probate Judge, ono
District Attorney, ono Sheriff, one Treas
urer, ono Recorder, one Surveyor, two Mem
bers of the Hoard of Supervisors, c.cept in
thecountyof Navajo, where there shall bo
elected three Members of tho Hoard of Su
pervisors: and In each of the counties whero
the olllco of Tav Collector has not been con
solidated with theofllccof Sheriff orTroas
uicr, ono Tax Collector shall be elected.
Also Iu the several pieclncts of each county
one Justice of Iho Peace and one Constable,
and In such piccluctsns are entitled to two
Justices of tho Penco anil two Constables,
that number shall be elected.
And IdolicicliyiilTcrii rewind of too for
theairest and conviction of uny and every
person violating any of the provisions of
Title i. Pint I. of the Penal Code.
In witness when ot I have hereunto set my
iiium aim caused mo great seal
uf tills Tcrillury toho hereunto
mixed, this thirtieth dar f ,
U....1 I . r. '
Done at PlioenK, tho Capital, this thirtieth
day of September, It'.K).
11) the Goveuioi:
HENJAMIN J. lTMvl,IN.
,CUAiiLEj M. Iliiuci:,
' Secietaiy of Ailz 111.1
n-iiiiMiiiiiT, ,1, 1.. irow.
NOTICE TO FREIGHTERS.
l.OOO teams wanted to haul eoko from Port
TI,on,i" ,0. V10 l",!n, ' G'ob.c-A- T- d
Copper back from Globe to Fort Thomas.
GILA VALLEY. GLOBE & NORTHERN
By Wm.Gabland. President
Addresij Bowie, A, T.
Atlantic & Pacific R. R,
Coudanied Tune Tnble o,
Effective May 31, 1890.1
No. S. No. I.
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Ar .llarstow 8 "Op
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Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars dally
through brtween Chicago and San l'ran
Clseo and Chicago and Los Angeles.
Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars djlly
through between Chicago and inn Francisco
and Chicago and Los Angeles.
Tourist cars leave
San Francisco every Wednesday and Los
Angeles every Thursday, running through
to Kansas City, Chicago and Koston.
Tho Grand Can on of the Colorado can be
readied only v la this line.
Ask for a beautifully Illustrated book
which will be mailed free.
DON A. SWEET.
General Passenger Agent, AlbuijuerQuc.N.M.
DR. D.J. DRANNEN. PHYSICIAN AND
Surgeon, l'lagstaff, Arizona. Will re
spond promptly to all calls fiom any point
on tho Atlantic & Pacific Railroad. ODico
and drug store opposite the depot.
ROMNsON, SI. D.. PLAGSTArr.
Izona. Oflice nnd rostrleiu-e In the.
Presbyterian parsonage. Telephone No. 42.
M. PANTORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Prescott. Arizona. Will nmetlea In all
the courts of Arizona.
DOE. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Oflice two doors west of the Rank
ES. CLARK. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
. Ollice In the il.tubltt building, J'lag
stair, Arizona. Practice before Iho Land
Department a specalty.
NOTAHV rtJIIMC AM
JU8T1CU OF THE PEACE,
William, .... aiuzo.vi.
Has all tho legal blanks in use Iu the Ter
ritory. HKCItKT SOCIETIES.
A O. U. W.-rLAOSTAIT LODOK. No. 13,
r. Meet every Thuisday night, in G. A.
R. hall. Visiting WoiWncn am cordially In
vited. i a noon DEitKnm. u. w
C. M. I CS.3TON, Recorder,
COURT COCONINO. I. O. I' NO. tK,
meets every Tuesday evening In G. A. II.
hull. Msltlng brethren cordhillv Invited to
attend. o. M. IL'NalON, U. It.
Louis SriEng, t. S.
AGSTAKr LODGE. NO. 7, V. A. A. M.-
egular meetings on the llrsi Saturday
of each calendar month In M:iv.inli-
Hull. KHnatrlck 11111111111?. Siilmiriiln,-
brethren cordially lnvlti-d.
J. UUTIIIIIi: SAVAGE, W. M.
T. E. Pulliam. eecrctury .
FOREST CAMP, NO. 1. WOODMEN
of the World, meets cveiy Widuesdav
ujenlng in the mouth Iu Masonic Hall,
visiting sovereigns nro cordlallv Invited 10
attend. 11. O. KIM.INUllLRi ,
C. A. Keller. Cleik.
GA. R.-REOULAR MEETINGS OF
. Ransom Post. 0. A. It.. No. 4, Depart
ment of Aiizon.i. will bo held Iu G. A. It. hall
on second and last Saturday In cacli month.
L. L. IIL'RNS, Commander.
E. II. Cress, Post Adjutant.
T O. O. F.-FLAOSTA1 V LODGE. NO. 11,
1. meets every Friday evening in Masonic
hall. Visiting brcthien cordla
1 coriiiauy invited.
J. K. JONES, N G.
. . J. K. JC
J. L. Dot'OHEiiTV, Secretary.
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1VI niPfHh m'prv Uiriiwi.il,(. ,.li.l. l. il.ni.
OUNTA1N LODGE, NO. 15. K. OF P.
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iignt in tnelr
i-aakiu null ill jr ,1 I., null.
brothers invited in niinwl
W. A. 31AYFLOWER, C. C.
O. ILCOHLE, K.of II. S.
"ATHOLIC CHURCH, REV. F. FREIU,
V, Pastor. On Sundays: First .Mass ut 8
o clock a. m.; second .Muss at 10 u. 111. Sunday
school all 1 a. in. Evening scrvlco at 7:30 p.
m. On week days 31 ass at 7 a. in. On the
second Sunday or each mouth prajer meet
ing at 10 a. in. Sunday school at 11 a. in. All
T7IRST 51. E.
CHURCH, CORNER OF
an nv Slioi-td II M li.i-
X1 Oliuich and Lai-nix Streets, Ii
inni i-usiur. ncacningui 11 a. m. and 7 p. in.
Sundays; Sunday school at lou. m.. tNcnr
Glbou, Biipcilntendent. Class meetings ut
12:15 p. 111. Kpvvoilli League ll:3U p. in.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30
North Sun Fiaueien strom. 11. i'
toiser, pastor, S.ihliuth set rices.: I'lvm-lilm?
11 a. 111. anil 8 11. 111.; Sunday school. 10 a.
S1V1 " ' ! h" 0,.K- I'royer meeting. 7:11 p. in.
31ld-vveok cnnfcreiu-o flml min-.... vv.i..
day evening at lip. 111. A conlial 'imitation
Is extended to nil.
Will trade Implored nlralfa land tieur
Plioenlr, with water ilghls, in good neigh
borhood, near good schools, for .sl.ii,
wethers preferred. Can arrauie for mono)
at 10 per cent to handle trade. Cnrrn-ixmtl '
and state full particulars to
PHOENIX .... rjfouti.
Santa. Fe, Prescolt 8 Phoenix
TImo Tnble No. 18. effective Juno 9, IS95.
Mountain time Is standard used.
1J0UT"- STATIONS. K01'"-
No. 3 No.l No. i No. 4
850 p 6 4a lv Ash 1'ork.ar 6 45p 635a
9 35 7 31 Rock llulto 0 00 150
10 31 8 26 Dellilo 5 04 355
1047 840 Jerome J unc'n 450 342
1135 9 3') ar Prescolt lv 4 05 2 65
1150 0 45 It Prescolt ar 3 60 2 40
1225 a 10 21 Summit 312 2 03
1,5 iif fcXnll Valley J IM
1 33 11 47 Klrkland 1 43 1 12 55
2 40 12 45p Date Creek 12 45 ' 1142D
3 20 I Si Congress 12 el , 10,0
4 30 2 05 WIckenburjj 11 2(5 a 9 42
BW 3 30 Peoria 10 00 815
612 3 42 Glendalo 9 47 6 00
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And numerous other points of lntciest.
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comforts and conveniences rf a first-class
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Close connections mudnat Ash Fork with
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and west, trains for California leave Ash
Fork at 7:15 and 8:45 p. m., arilvlng In Los
Angeles neM afternoon atl:25andSan Fran
cisco second morning at 10:15.
Part U s desli Ing to remain ov cr at Ash Tork
will Unci excellent accommodations at Fred
Nos. 1 and 2 connect at Jerome Junction
with trains of tho United Verde, & Pacific
Railway for Jerome. Connecting at Pre-cott
vvlth sta'o lines for all principal mining
camps; at Congress with stage lines for llar
(lii a Hula, Stanton and Yarncll: ut Phoenix
with Ihe l. & P. & . It. V. Railway for all
points on Southern Pacific Rjllway.
Geo. 51. Sahokm. General Freight and Pas
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1'. 31. 31uiii'iiv. President and Gcneial Man
ager, Prescott, Ariz.
It. E. Wells. Assistant General Manaier,
Prescott. At Iz.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
Homestead Emrv No 701 j
L vu OrriCE at Puescott, Ar.iz
September 21, It.M. 1
Notice Is heieby given that the following
liamcd settler has tiled nol Ice of Ills Inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore clerk of Probate Court at Prescott,
Arlzoua, on October 30, ISM. viz., Charles II
3IcGonlgle for the SE U section 4, Township
20 North, Range 7 Eat.
He names the following witnesses topioe
his continuous residence upon, and cultlv 1
tlon of. said land, viz.: William D Wtn
dover. Flagstaff. Ariz.: John Harrington of
Flagstaff, Ariz.; W J Watson, of Flagstaff
Ariz.; J. C. Welch of Flagstaff, Ariz.
First publication September2l. 1890.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
Homestead Entry No. 1309.1
Lakd Oriicis at Pnrcorr, Ariz
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his Intention
to make final proof In support of h's claim,
aud that said proof will bo made before N
G. L-ij ton. Clerk of Probate ourt at Fla
staff.Ai Izona, on OclolK-rl..l'V5,vlz:Mlllara
Mclntlre. fin' thu XIV U Section- 4, Town
thlp21 Not Ih. Range G East.
Uo names the following witnesses topiovo
his continuous icshluiceou, andculllvat'on
of said land, tIz; F. I, Heal of Flagstaff
Ariz.; K. W. Payne of liellcmont. Ariz : A 11
Beaslej of Fiagi-luff, Ariz ; N. P Dougherty
II. D. ROSS. Register
First publication September 10, 1800.
Of New Yoi-lc.
NO MEMBERSHIP, ENTRANCE OR
Detliilte c'onttact. Limited p-ijm ni
Purelyiiiulu.il. Absolute sccuritj ,wt
lmpregn ible. Piactlcal manage urn I v
penses limited assuring ocuuoui) St.
non-forfelliiblc. PeisNtency rewarded Per
manent. Specific withdrawal privileges
All sLvuiltlos deposlu-d In I ut Mon
gages noii-negoll.ible and 11011-issUn ihtt
prci lulling hivS Ltra asspsMiiiuis n'i
slblc. Si-cuillles unly liisl mmlg.igt . id
At anj llti.e after sl iiiouthlv IM)
h-ivolKeti made. If a mpiiiber i- I ik
p.l) lll.es IIH1RS1-I.lll".stjr Io-ji 'V 'lk
cm lei-elvi'Susjienslon Ceitillcate fora 1
Miiinlili p-ilod. allowing him to losuni' I
mc-iits i.fti-r his elrcumst me I n
vvliliciiii sustiiluliig los of dlvldnndi.
The only Assoc! itlou III the li. lieu M-i
luwhleli uo loss Is sustained by In end
boirowoison reje-ted applications fni lo.i
Compound Interest. Issms st-ick losuit 1
klnd of Investors. Adr.inc piymc-n
copied, precluding possibility of Imuri
lines. SUK'k ls;o:iies luterest-beiring af r
lived (Jiumbcr of p.-ij ments tlieieon has Is 11
madefO per cent per annum .payahh- 1m f-
cavly) Is allowed thereon until uatuiity
Its plan is unique and Its destined success f