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Ihe Gucci Cacy en Claims Go for
Vn.i. (nun. Inwjilie and
linboidi Jnstini tiipttMllsta
I.ttise the Properties Jor
A nilnli'g tWul of llie gieatest iiu
Xritsi e n ( iiotiiuu iiiul was com-pit-led
For iitmilit'i' of Jems lite lirh
copper Ht-iii8tlH on tlttt lini of the
Grand Cmitim weie belli"; developed,
ia a srimll ny. by several of nut- el'i
ens, anions whom wei n Hm i v Jat-uli) ,
Da id ml . J. Balihill. 'Jom Rlckel,
C. H. Alt Cltitc, John WhisIihII, Jnlm
Hal ford and Louie Boiirheie, P. D.
Bell, R. H. nud Nilea Canteiim and
Ed Gale, and F. R. Nellis. Only sur
lace iIeel'meDt vtmk whs done and
a few cat loads of oie lilitd.
John W. Gnliett of I lie Ualtui)oi"&
Ohio lailioMl, AilburA. Hiov.nlee of
Hew Yolk ana Tlionws R Li mi In id of
tbeLoiubaid ItiveflmeM fompaii of
Chicago, lluotigli the effoils of Hon.
W. O. O'Neill of Pit scull, lieconiH in
terest id ill these piospeds and fie
pent trips were mini" fiom here,
where these gentlemen established
their tenipoiiuy liendqiwiieis, to ihe
Canyon. 'J he lesult m tli liomlin
ftvient)' claims for eijililien inonllis
for a consldeiatiou ag!t.!ttiii: $85,
C00. Iho paieis weie ilmvui tip
arme vetLs :(, hut the dial wus not
closed until last week.
This walks a new eia in the mining
kistui of Coionino vminij and in in
lact the til st dtep taken to nun wh ii
at present looks like an inexliitiisliMe
..J posit of liili cnjij er oie into tlm
Utki'ts. ni)loy nicut will lm npem-d
tap to a lalge number of idle men nud
ho nieichants apd otlieis will be.
Utit the benefit ial I epulis will nut
Icp at this. If after thou ujili tie el
pmeut the mines ai found' to lie
-what is txpttltd, the t iiilnuitl fi tn
7la!8tau" to the Giaml Canton, and
-width will tliiteise the i it It rim I
fields foltj-lite mills nolth oflieie.
-will be built by these grnlliimu.
Nine men niiil supplus t fi V illi.nns
recently for the el.iinis known ns the
Hellls piopellus and ns soon u I lie
snow cltmstivio MfDiiti'lly In allow
jitlip flim Klxstufl In llie Clinton,
width is ejipit ml to lie M'lhrlinie this
wtll, big t. Million, tilliil out at
ur nieitaniik f-tul'liliiiieiit, will
leave fur Ihe piopi Hits to begiu de
$100 ItKWAItl). SIOO.
The le.idei- oi Ibis piper will be
pleased to I en m ilutt tlieic- is at least
one dreaded ilisutso that science has
keen able to cuie in all ils stages and
tkatia catarrh. Hall's Catarih Cure
it the only posit he cine now known to
the medical fialemiiy. Catarrh being
a constitutional disease, requiies a
eoDslltutional tieatmeiit. Hall's
-Catarrh Cuie is taken internally, act
ing directly upon the blood and
mucous sin fans of I best stem, thereby
destroying the foundation of the dis
ase. and giving the patient strength
"by building up the constitution and
agisting natuie iu doing ils work.
The propiietois have so much faith In
its curative powers, that they offer
Cot Bundled Dollais for any case that
it fails to cuie. Send for list of testi
F. J. CHKNET& Co., Toledo, O.
Sold bv di uggiMx. 76c.
HaH'sFamlly Pills are the best.
Blcjclcs for 1897 lei ail at 80.
LEVI STRAUSS & GO.
FACTORY SAN FRANCISCO-CAL.
OVERALLS AND SPRING BOTTOM PANTS.
EVERY GARMENT OUARANTCeO.
IMPLOV OVER 300 OIRM.
Is caused by torpid liver, which prevents diges
tion sad permits food to ferment and putruyln
the stomach. Then follow dizziness, headache,
lusiimlna, nervousness, and,
if not relieved, bilious fever m 1 1 a
or blood poisoning. Hood's III ft
Pills stimulate the stomach,
rouse the liver, cure heartache, dizziness, con
stipation, eta. 25 cents. 8oM hy all druggists.
The only Pills to take with Hood's barsapaxilla.
PoaHrUkth low of tlm. labor and inonij
(t. Th mukrt U mil ol chup
nnnlUbUMod. riRRY'I ICCOI
D. M. FIRRY A CO.,
Henry Ashnrst is probably the
youngest legislator who lias ever been
appointed chairman of the Wats anil
Means committee in any Stale ot the
Union. He is hut tweniy-two rears r.f
age nud is the lender of the Aiizona
DHmniTiicv. Hy is u liiilhanl tnunjr
man and is bound to susceed. King'
Mr. Waul L. Smith, of Fiedeiicks
town. Mo., was tiolililed with chioniu
diarrhoea for oter ihittj teats. Il
had become fully Miilxlied that it was
only a qtiiMionof a slioll lime until lie
would hate to give up. II" had uecu
lienleil by some of the lust phtsicians
in Euiope anil Aimiic.i. tint got no pei
m.iuelit lelief. Ouh day he picked up
a newspaper anil chanced In lead an
ntiteitifcmi nl of CliHiubei Iain's Colic,
Choleia ami DiarihcB.i Riini'dt. He
got n bottle of il, the fiist done lielped
him nud ils toiitiiiiied uo cined him.
Kin- Mle bt 1). J. BlHliueu's Ui llg
Irupnrlniit Notlre lo llomeotenders.
HMTKD STATE8 LAND OFFICE, J
PlIEbCOTT. AllIZ., Jan. 4. 181)7. J
Uinlir a lale illliug of Ihe Intel inr
Depailmeiil, lesidencH upon aliaetof
land pi lor lo dale of enli iu the Lund
Uflli-e will coiliil a pait of Ihe 14
molilh's lesidelice Itquned ill com
muted lioim ( h(N as well as in legtilm
homestcads. For insii.ef, a lioniu
sleader limy coninilile hin entry tn it
casli enliy by showing 14 mutilli's ii-h-idelien
upon lite Had of laud, legaid
less ill whether the residence was pi un
to dale of en I ft iu Ihe Laud Office or
Sllbsiqtlellt lliel'i to.
A pel son who nukes a homestead
entij has bix mouths after date of entry
in the Land Otlice within which to es
luunsli uis reaiuence upon me laud.
P. W. O'Sullivam. Register.
Peiinsyltaiiiu's Capilol was burned
TueMhiy. Loss $1,500,000.
... i i - -- -
A GOOD LETTER
From the Ulrrk of tho Circuit
Fehnakdina, Fla., Feb. 28, 189G.
Mr. J. GeokgkSciirer, DiuggistCity.
Dear George: Please send me a
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough rem
edy. I would Dot feel easy if I knew
there was none of this valuable Rem
edy in the house. I have given jt. a
fair test and consider it one. of the
very best remedies for croup that. I
have ever found. One dose has
always been sufficient, although I use
It freely. Any cold my children con
tract yields very teadily to this medi
cine. I ran conscientiously recom
mend it for croup and colds in chil
dren. Yotiis respectfully, GEO. F. WOLFF.
Sold by D. J. Brnnnen's Drug Store.
OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA.
Interest I'ald on Time
and Savings Deposits.
Drafts Sold Upon
All Foreign GoQntries.
We have an Extenslre pHtroiuu-'e and t'-or-reiipondemetlirouifhmn
Arlionu, and InTlte
your Bjnklnn Ilu-lntta upon Liberal and
B. N. FREEMAN, President.
T. E. POLLOCK, Vice-President.
Notlre Ishercbf clvcntbat a i-peclalclec
tlon will be held by ihe quallH.d eh-ctorsof
tbe Tovn of Flatc&taiT (lnciirporaieui on
MONDAY. FEBltUAKY 8. Ib97. for the pur
nnseof detcrnilnlnir Ihoquestlon ho hi-rthe
Town xball Issue bonds to the amount of
sixty-live thousand iMo.OW)) dollars, the pro
ceeds of Mich bunds to lw UMid exclusively
for tbe purpose of tslablNhlni; a system of
waterworks in and for said Town of KIuk
staff, in accordance with tho provisions of
an Act nf Congress approved January 28.
18117. enlliltd "n Act tuenabto the Town of
Flagstaff In the Territory of Arizona, to
lssur bonds to construct a water Kystim."
The question will lie submitted on tho
ballots to lo cast at sal i election In the fnl
lowlim form, viz:
O For the Issuance of bonds.
O Against the Issunnteof bonds.
No person hall be entitled 10 vote at such
elrctlon who Is not nullled to vote at elec
tions of county olllccrs in d who Khali not
also have resided fur six months continuously
next precidlng tho election herein p.-o-
bald bonds arc to be made p tyable In
thirty sears fiom tlm date of Issuincuand
nri to bear lutirtstnl the rate or six per
cent, per annum. Interest payable semi
annually. Tho election will ho In Id In the building
tormerlv occunlid by the l'lugstaff Demo
crat printing office, on Aspen uteniie.
Done by ordir of the l ommon toanrllof
the Town of Flagstaff, this 27th ilav of Jan
uary. Its;. J W. i'KANCls. Mayor.
Attest' F. W. Smith. Olcrk.
UrJIT.D PTTFS I AhD Orric. I
1'ntscorr. Am. January 28.1807. f
Complaint h.vlng bien tiled In this office
by Koberl Oil ai dire against Martin Holt".
fur abandoning his llnmc-tead Fntry Nn.
911. mado May 25. 1KU. for the MVK of ee. 28.
Tnpt. 20 N.. If. 8 K.. lilta and t-ult River
Meridian. Coconino county, Aruona, with a
view to the cancellation of said entry, cun-
teslHiit alleslng mat said Munln llo'tsbas
m holly abuiitlmiidhuld tract of land and hns
fullid to cultltuto i ho sainn fur mure tliHii
six months next prior lo date of tiling all
davit ot contest In the United Mates Land
Ofllro at I'n scott Arlrona.
Tho conn slant having filed his duvl cor
roborated affidavit of contest In this nfflceon
J.inuary 28 1R'7. and al-o having filed on
said date In said office his affidavit suiting
forth that lip. the said contestant, after
using due dlllgtme Is unsblo to gtt personal
servleo upon the said cmitistin and asks
th tsatd set vice be had by publication. The
same Is granted and the said parlies are
hereby summoned to personally appear at
the ofilconf tbe Clerk of the District Court
of tho county nf Coconino. Territory of Ari
zona at the city of Hacstuff. In said county
and Territory, on tho 2lh day of arch, A.
D. 1897, at ID o'clock a. m , to respond and
furnish Ustlmouy coDCornlng ta'd alleged
Ilearlng beforo thoUcglslrr and Receiver
of the United ritates Land Office at Prescolt.
Arizona, on iho 30th day of March, A. I).
1897, at 3 o'clock p. m.
V. W. O'SULLIVAN. Register.
Enough For all the Winter Evenings
TOWK TOPICS, aPSSvrSB
thn following prize novels (TWO HUNDRED
ASD FIKT(-8IX pKes, reitular vrico FIFTY
CU): for FIFTY cenU any FOUR: for ONU
DOLLAR any TEN ; for ONE DOLLAI SJD
A HA If tho whole library of SIXTEEN volu .
6-THE BALE OF A SOUL. By a M. a Mo-7-THEICOCSlN
OF THE KINO. By A. a Van
8-SIXSMrONTnS IN HADEa By Clarice L
9-THEn,8KmTS OF CHANCE. By Captain
Alfred Thompson... ., , . .
lo-ANrilffNV KENT. ByClirlrtStoksVy'ft
U-AN ECUFBE OF VIBTUE. By Champ,
lAN1 UNSPEAKABLE BIIIEN By John Gllllat
13-THAT DBEADFUL WOMAN By Harold It.
l-A d'eAL IN DENVER. By Ollmw McKen-
is-vnl?j SAYS OLADYa By David Cbrlstlo
W-A VEBYEMABKABLE GIRL. By L. II.
17-ABMAKmA0E FOR HATE. By Harold R.
M-OhVof THE SULPHUR. By T. C D Lra
18-TIIF. tMtONQ MAN By flianiilon Hlsofll
S-TIIE lll'NrFOU HAW'INErfrl. By Anlt.
n-HEItTUAOBEXPEUIMENT By Harolo
It. Vynne. v
3r Indicata by the munhcm the novels you wuut
Thn fnlinwlniT ltteis remain uncalled
for ill the Piwtuffice at Flagstaff, A. T.,
for wek ending January 21. 1897:
Blnklcy, J. W. Dixon. Charles
Dunn, K. h. Dromand. A. S.
llllss Davis uougiasa. o. a.
Van. L-.....1, RnfT. Oliver
Jones. Mrs. R. R. Morfll, Manuel
xuoser, ixjuis ou,. ,.
Alderlce.VIronte Oandelana, Jojs
Chaves, Antonio Lucero. Jose H.
Luccro.Jose V. Hodrlguex, Joso
Parsons calllnp for anv of the abov
will please lay "advertised."
T. J. Boss, Postmaster.
Dlt, P..I. HltANNEN. I'HYMCIAN AND
rurneoii, HnKt.ilT. Arbi.nu Will re
hlHind ihiiii ptly in ull chIIx fimu i,ny point
mi I lie AtlHiiii" & I'atlllc Kallniad. Office
anil (iriiKkiiiri (M'Ik)-Hi Hit-H pot.
Wf. IdlilN-ON. Jl. I).. IIACMAFK.
, Arlromi. lflitehiid lehliwue In tho
les miiImi iuiKin.fr. 1i)eltnc ho. 42.
BBrtifll. t lit Ink In diU tu 11 a nil tii 4 p. in.
rtr.J. A. Miller den-
tal icrgeon. I strong
cared Tor all along the
line or tbe A a I.
ulUce In tbe linbbltt
block. 'Iboee deelrlDK
work In hi line nhould
call on him.
DUWFl A JONES. ATTOItNET8.AT-I.AW.
"Will practice In all the courts n the Fonrtb
Indlclal Olatrlct. I -and lltlKatlon a .SI'KCIAI.
1 . OUIce at court bouae, UkoUIT. Arlx.
EH. CLAltK. ATTOUNEY AT LAW.
Office In the UlibiU Dulldlng. Kluic
htalT, Arluma. Practice before tbe Lund
Department a upecalty.
SCAIt U1U8UN, A-ITOIlNEr-AT-LAW-
Wlll Dractlca In 111 CAlirtll nf lh Innrth
Indlclal district, lifflce with Jl. a. Ocwuej In
the babbitt building.
CATHOLIC CHURCH, REV, F. DILLV.
1'aslor. On bundays: Low Mass at 8
u -li- k a. in.; High Mass at 10:30 a. m. .Sunday
Mliool at)! :)p. in. ldary and llcntdlcllon
at 4 p. m. On wiek daya: Mass at 7Mu a. m
On the stcoiid Sunday of each month, prayer
meeting ui 10 j a in.; bun day bUiool at 11:30
a. m All cordially Invited.
LTlKsT M. E. ClfiritCH, CORNER OK
r Lliurch anil LariK btreets. O I'. Wil
son. Pastor. 1'ieaili.iK it 11 a.m. and 7 p. in.
.Nundiiyn; eunday si kuol at 10 a. m.. Ov.ur
(illison. auperluieiident. Class meeting at
I.':I5 u. in. LDHortb League B.'.iu n. in.
I'rayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30
IJMItsT 1'itESUYTERIAN CHURCH.
r ISurth Han Kianclsco street. II. I'.
t orsvr, pastor, babbatb services: I'reaihlug
ii a m. ana B p. m.; sunaav school iu a.
m.; V. 1'. H. C. E. prayer meeting. 7:11 p. m.
Jllu-week conference and nraver. Wennis-
day evening at 8 p.m. A cordial lntltatlon
ee)(ienu n loan.
A O. U. W.-FLAGSTAKF LODGE, No U,
-, Meets every Thursday nlxht. InU.A.
U.nall. VlsIiInK Workmin are cordially In
vited. V. C. HOOHDEltKFEU. M. W.
C. M. Fonstov, Recorder.
COURT COCONINO. I. O. F.. NO. HM,
uif etsevi iv Tuesday evenlnir InU.A. It
lull. Yisltlnelirelbreu cord In II v lnvlud lo
attend. DR. D. J. URANNEN. C. It.
Louis Sririut. lc. b.
FI.ACSTAFF LODGE. NO. 7, V. & A. M.
Recular meetlnes on the first Saturday
uulit of each calendar month In Masonic
Hall. Kllputrlck building. bojournlnfr
brethren tord ally Invited.
w. II. ANDERSON. Master.
J. GCTiiitiE Savaoe. oecretary.
FORE&T CAMP, NO. 1, WOODMEN
of Old World, meits everT VilneHd.iv
evrnlnn in the mouth In Masonic Hall
YMting yovorclxns are cordially Invited to
attend. II. G. KISLINOUURV.
O. A. Kei.i.eb. Clerk.
GA. R-HEOULAR MEETINGS OK
. Ransom Post. O. A. R. No. 4. Depnrl
ment of Arizona, will beheld In U. A. It ball
on second and lust Saturdar In each mouth
E. U. .IONICS. Commander.
E. II. Chess, Post Adjutant.
T O. O. F.-1'LAGSTArF LODGE. NO. 11,
I, meets every Friday evening In Masonic
hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.
J. K. JONEd, N. O.
J. L. DoonitEnTV. Secretary.
T TODNTAIM LODGE. NO. 15. K. OF P.
1VJ1 mi et every Wednesday night In their
castle ball In G. A. R. hall. All visiting
brothers invited to attend
W. A. MAYFLOWER. C C.
C. H. Com.E, K. of R. b
Under and by virtue of an order of sale and
decieeof llvn Issued out ot the District Court
of the Fouith Judicial District, ot tho Terri
tory of Arizona. In and for the county of
Coconino, on tbe 16th day of December, A. D.
ls8. In a certain action wherein W. II. Car
roll ss plaintiff, obtained a judgment and
deciee against J. T. Lockuart, defendant,
which said decree was. on the 16' h day of
December A. D. 1898. duly docketed In said
District Court, and wherein and whereby the
said plaintiff recovered judgment against
said defendant for the sum ot Forty-five
i!45 OOi dollars and costs taxed at the sum of
fifteen (115.001 dollars, with a decree ot fore
closure of lien upon the hereinafter men
tioned real estate for the satisfaction thereo ,
I am commanded tn sell all those certain
lots, pieces and parcels of land lying and be
ing in thetownof Flagstaff, Loconlnocounty,
Arizona, and described as follows, to-wlt:
Lots numbered Seven (7), Eight (8). and Nine
(SI. In Block Three H. (3 II.) ot tbe Townslte
of Flagstaff. Coconino county, Arizona, to
gether with all and lingular the appurte
nances thereto in any wise belonging.
Notice Is hereby given that on B ATURDAY.
FEBRUARY tb, 1897, at 4 o'clock p. m. of
that day. at the front door of the Court
House ot Coconino county, the county where
in 'aid real estate Is situated, In the town of
Flagstaff, Arizona. I will In obedience to said
order ot sale and decree of Hen, sell the above
described property, or so much thereof as
may be necessary to satisfy said plairttff's
judgment, with costs and accruing costs, to
tho highest bidder for cash.
Dated Flagstaff, Arizona, this ltth day ot
January, A. I). Is97.
R. H. CAMERON,
Sheriff Coconino county, Arizona.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Homestead Emtrt No. l&'d.
Land Orrica at Phescott, Abie. I
January II. 1897. f
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice ot her Inten
tion to make final proof In support ot her
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore clerk ot Probate Court at Flagstaff,
Arizona, on February 26. 1897, viz: Lora
Klostermeyor for tbe NEK See X8, Twpt. JSN.
8he names tho following witnesses to prove
her continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, to wit: James Wallace.
George W. McDowell. A. J. Diamond, Frank
lin Ebert, all of Flagstaff, Arizona.
P. W. O'SULLIYAN, Register
Bicycle Repairing: 3 Specialty.
Fine Wines, Liquors
St. Louis Bottled Beer a Specialty-
Quietest place In town No gsmblln
FAMILY TKADK rOMClTKD.
Host and cheapest hotel on the line
of tho A. & P.
V1EALS, 25c LODGING, 50c.
J. F. HAWKS, Proprietor.
ARIZONA CATTLE CO.
Range, San Frutieisco Mountains.
Notice 'Ihe rnnc" corn pr I slue 150,
OOO acres, la oUVi ed lor sale; , will
lease same Jor sheep or cattle, In
whole or In part, to suit lessee
KIIA.NK M. I.IVKKMOISE,
General Maiiaicer, Flacstaff, A. T.
Ear marks, slit In each ear; horfes and
mules Al, rlpht hip: Increase, Al on right
shoulder. P.O. address. Flagstaff. Arlrona.
Frank M. Liverhore. General Manager.
PootolBoe dsnss. VUe
Haste. ViezV TaTteRi
Moil'" zaocnt&lci '
Brand as abure vi.
All 7udi stoek brmd.
ed on i Kith euUe, wlth
.w.iIaw fark aad Mm
derbit ia eat eari alae
i. folio wiu: ttoot, T. S It. auvaate ej
ef animal. Be-.t oMl. reed trasjd w
isuei xeetua, ea ruiateiaet "
JAa. 4 TAIL.
eentaeaet it rlagieiC
Ivpei eeeatr. .
fettle bfaaded i T
a left rlbai ear zearka.
eqaaie eat ea fitM'
ear, aver ales aa MM
PeeeHaeeatUiraw H'aertatl lienaa
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Flaortaff Ariz., Jan. 27. 1897. f
Sealed bids will he received at this office
untlUOo'clock a. m., March 8.1897, for the
erection of a ont (l) story brick building to
be used as a City Fire Hall and Jail, accord
ing to plans and specifications to be seen at
The Council reserves the right to reject
any or all bids and will require the success
ful bidder to give bond In the sum of twe
thousand (KJOOO) dollars.
F. W. SMITH. Clerk. '
Kkrn Rivtu S. Los Anosi.ks KtJtCTRlOl
Los ANQEt.Ks, uau. Jan. 19. 1897.
Notice Is hereby given that tho annual
meeting of tho stockholders of the Kern
River & Los Angoles Electric Power Com
pany will bo held at the Now Bank Hotel In
tbe town of Flagstaff. Coconino county. Arl
zon t, on Tuesday, the 2nd day ot March, 1897,
at 2 o'clock p. m tor the purpose of electing
a Board ot Directors for the ensuing year,
and for the transaction of such other busi
ness us may properly come before the meet
ing. The stock transfer books of the company
wilt be closed on Saturday, the 20th day of
February, 1897, at 6 o'clock p. m.. and will re
main closed until Wednesday, the 3rd day of
March, itt 10 o'clock a. ra.
E. U. BROOKS. Secv. Pro Tern.
By order of the Board of Directors.