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Prescott Miner : John W. Young,
son of tlie prophetjbeirig one of the
principal purchasers of the 120,-
000 acres of land near Flagstaff, it
is reasonable to suppose a Mor
mon colony will be planted there
It is also rumored that Brigham
Young, Jr., is in Mexico looking
up a location for the persecuted
Prescott Journal : Bishop F. A.
Brown, convicted of polygamy in
Salt Lake, in making his plea to
the court, said he was only ober-
ing the dictates of liis conscience
in the practice of which he stood
convicted. It is just possible that
Bishop Brown, not heing familiar
with phrenology, has mistaken his
hump of amativeness for his con
Prescott Courier : Mormon lead
ers of Salt Lake Citv, are fooling
themselves if they think the Amer
ican government and people will
permit them to keep on preaching
treason against the laws of God
and man. Their idea appears to be
that they arc the Lord's chosen
people and that he will smite their
enemies-; that, in fact, they would
in case of trouble, he enabled to
get away with the United States.
Deluded mortals, they would not
make a mouthful for our govern
ment. Prescott Journal : "Xo rogue ere
felt the halter draw with good
opinion of the law." "We have
been forcibly reminded of the
truth expressed by the above poet
ical sentiment by the contortions,
evolution, writhing and squirming
of that ancient and mummy-liV.e
relic of newspaper ( ?) enterprise
( ? ?) the Orion Era, edited by that
fossilized specimen of devotion to
the practical working of polyga
mous concubinage, Bishop Milner,
of the Mormon stake, at St. Johns
in Apache county. The last issue
of the Era is pregnant with proof
of two facts : First, the hemp
either has been applied to the
breathing machine of the bishop
or some of his friends. Second,
that the poet who wrote the lines
heading this item must have been
"inspired" and had the Orion Era
in his vision.
Major C. F. Hamiltonf president
of the Arizona Construction Com
pany and Major C. M. Wilson, pres
ident of the Prescott & Arizona
Central railroad, now in Washing
ton, have filed an ajplication for
right of way for the road with the
Secretary of the Interior. The
franchise of the Arizona Central
railroad is considered one of the
most valuable franchises now he
ing discussed in railroad circles.
New York capitalists have freely
offered to place the securities of
the company at par. Messrs.
Hamilton & Wilson are well known
residents of St. Paul, and repre
sent a sj-ndicate of Minnesota
. A Los Angeles telegram says :
Nearly a mile of iron has been laid
on this end of the Los Angeles
'and' San Gabriel valley railroad.
This road will be carried to Mud
Springs, thirty-five miles out, and
is generally understood that a con
nection with the Atlantic & Pacific
extension " through . the Cajon pass
will shortly follow. Santa Fe New
h Shoshone (Idaho) Journal : The
foil' of overloading stock cars was
clearly demonstrated in Shoshone
last Monday. While the east bound
freight was laying over here, it was
discovered that five head of steers
were Jying dead in one car, and
others roaring and bellowing like
wild beasts. They had been
jammed in the cars regardless of
room, and the owner probably lost
ten per cent of his shipment. The
company refused to haul them out
until the owner signed a release.
A man having built a large house
was at a loss what to do with the
rubbish. His Irish steward ad
' vised him to have a pit dug large
enough to contain it. uAnd what'
said he. smiling, "what shall I do
with the earth I "dig up from it?"
To which the steward replied with
great gravity: "Have the pit made
large enough to hold it all.
Keeps consfantlyon band a
-A. 1ST ID iFZRESZi Strip-PHTX'
6E0CEEIES, PE0VISIQN& QTJEENSWAEE
Hats, Caps Boots, Shoes, Underware, Etc, Etc
ST. JOIIIVS, Apache
LUNCH COUNTER ; RESTAURANT.
European Hotel - - Opposite Depot.
a Albuquerque, N. M.
At this stablishment you may eat, drink and be comforted. Our cooks
have been employed for their perfection in this life preserving and health
enjoying art. The excellence of our coffee is at all times appreciated.
gjjBT All meals served under American names; no necessity for French
or Italian disguises.
E. S. STOVER
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gaps, Clothing, Groceries
And in fact everything kept in a
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
Wool Pelts9 and!ides.
"Keep on hand a large supply of wines, liquors, cigars, beer.
STIVERS AND BURBAGE,
Buys -and Sells Wool, hidcs3
Pelts, and Grain.
Springcrvillcj . " Arizona
Cnntr. w ARIOISA.
C H 1 C A G d
Has attained a standard of exccllonco -which
admits of no superior.
It containa ovory improvement that inventiTO
genius, skill and'monoy can produce.
These excellent Organs are celebrated for vol
ume, quality of tono, quick response, variety of
combination, artistic design, beauty in finish, per
fect construction, making them tho most attract
ivo, ornamental and desirable organs for homes,
schools, churches, lodgeB, societies, etc.
COUBINED, MAKE THIS
THE POPULAR 0B5AH
Instruction Books and Piano Stools.
Catalogues and Price Lists, on application, free.
j The Chicago Cottage Organ Co,
corner itanaoipn ami Ann sirecvs,
zs H jsantd
MOFFETT & LAIRD.
Cattle' brand same as
cut ori right hip. Ear
mark, both ears over
half cropped. Horse
brand : Same. Hdnge : Lower Chevoltfns
Fork. P. 0. address : ,
BILLINGS LAND AND
GATTLE GO. .
Cattle brand Diamond
in circle, on leftside
or hip and B left jaw
Horse brand: 3 on
left shoulder. Range : Billings on Rio
Puerco. P. 0. address : Holbrook, Ariz.
Cattle brand 0 X on
Horse brand B on left
Range : Eight miles west of Holbrook.
P. O. address: 'Holbrook, Ariz.
A. HUGLE. & GO,
Cattle brand 0 on left
ribs, and H on left
jaw. Ear mark
both ears split.
Horse biand : H on left thigh. Range :
20 miles west of Holbrook.
P. 0. address : Holbrook, Ariz.
WABASH CATTLE GO
Cattle brand same as cut on
rjgbt side. Ear mark
.right ear underbit,
Horse brand same as cut on
right shoulder. Range:
Salt Lakes Apache Co. Ariz.
P.- O. address: Navajo Springs, Arizona.
JAMES M. H1GGINS.
Cattle brand same as
cut, on left side.
Horse brand same on
left flank. Range:
Little Colorado River,
P. O. address,
JAMES D. HOUGK.
Horse brand same
as cut, on left hip.
Range : Little Col
orado River, near Rio
Pest Office address :
A. L. MORRISON & SONS'"
Cattle brand same as cut
on left side. Ear Mark
underslope on right, crop
on left Horse brand the
same, on right hip.
H6me ranch: Mamie creek
Tost Office address; Springerville, Arizona.
P. F. CLANTON,
Cattle branded J U on
left ribs. Ears cropped and
P. 0. add. Navajo Station
Cattle brand, as cut, on the
left ribs; ear marks, left
crop, right underbit.
Horse brand", same on left
P.O. ad. St. Johns, Ariz.
Itangc, Deer and Ccdro
Brand, as cut, on left ribs.
Ear m ark.grub off of right.
ST. GEO. CREAGH,
Cattle brand 74 on left ribs
and 7 on left jaiv. Ear mark
half under-cut on left car,
half over-cut ou right ear.
Range, Coyote Springs and
Cattle branded w on
left ribs. Earmarks, both
cars cropped and under
Range on Nueturoso.
Cattle branded same as cut
on left thigh. Horse brand
Post Office address: Navajo
SMITH, CARSON & COMPANY.
rnf tin lvronfl QfiTno nK out. on loft side, and A
on tnc right jaw. Ear mark left car grubbed.
norso oranu, v on mit jnp.
Tost Office adtfress: Springerville, Arizona.
Show Low, Apache County, Ariz.
Cattle brand and ear mark same
The undersicned will nav the above reward to
any person or persons vho will denouuee and
prosecute to a conviction, any party or parties,
(except our own employes), for driving, killing
or otherwise handling our stock.
Our cattle are branded on the lefthip as shown
above with split in fft car; our horses have the
amc urana on leu snoumer.
Show Low, Arizona.
1TTI ii fgT 1
AZTEC CATTLE CO
Gattle branded same" as cut
on both sides,
i Horse brands :
Ranger Apache an.d
Post OtSce address:
on fight flank.
HENRY WARREN, Gehiral Manaoir.
Cattle brand same as cut
on both sides.
Horse brand If on left
Ranee: Eiuht miles west of
Post office address: Holbrook, Arizbna.
Cattle brand same as cut, on left side. Ear
mars unaer nau-crop on left, underbit on right
Horse brand same as cut on left hip.
Post Office address: St. Johns, Arizona.
THE NAVAJO, ST. JOHNS,
Springerville Stage Line.
Carrying Passengers, Express, and
the United States Mail, between
Springerville and the Atlan
tic and Pacific Railroad.
Over 50 pounds 2 cents per pound.
Under HO pounds 3 cents per pound.
Xo package carried for less than 25 cents.
6.00 P. jr.
6.00 a.m. arr.
7.S0 A. M.J lve
3.45 p. M.
SAo A. M.
4.00 i m. lve.
3.45 P. M.j arr.
f6,00 a, m.
Principle office St. Johns, Arizona
Branch offices and local agents
at Springerville and Navajo.
Miller & Clark,
Beef, Mutton & Pork.
Hotels & Restatiraiits
-GAME IS ITS SEASON.-
I. J. SHARICK,
Albuquerque, N. M.
ANTHONY LONG - - - Proprietor.
Is-Prepared to Grind Wheat, anp
Grain on Short Notice and on
Kecps Constantly on hand all
Grades and Sizes of Pine Lum
ber, which he sells very
Atlantic & Pacific L R.
. Trains oaCs Road are ria on standard time
"Mountain Uivision." .
3 40 a.m
6 sx "
8 00 "
6 00 "
6 20 pm lve."
5 00 "J arr.
5 30. "
4 00 "
9 22 "
10 26 "
x 54 "lve.
3 09 "arr.
3 19 "lve.
4 29 "
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lo 00 "
2 00 am arr
a 05 "lve,
2 33 "
3 00 "
3 40 ".
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5 s6 "
6 06 " .
6 50 "
7 xo "
x 04 p. m.
3 40 "arr.
5 30 "
6 30 p. m.a.
xi 30 ".
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9 35 "
9 20 "
5 30 u
4 34 u
12 30 p.m.
11 00 u
10 15 a.m. lve.
Village of Acoma, x6m-
t m.toZunt, 45mil'a
miles ; to Canon de Chelle, 6 miles : to Keams C-
non, co miles. Via Holbrook. Tri.weeHw SMcot
to St. Johns, 85 miles ; to Ft. APache, 90 miles ; to
SpnngerviHe, 95 miles; to ShowLow, 50 miles:
t' r " di iuoqui inuian viwage,90 m.
ia ituuiuw, 10 iingnam -ity ana sunset.
Via Ash Fork. Dailv Stares
Whipple Barracks, 54 miles. Daily Stages from
Prescott to Phosnix, and Tri-wcekly Stages to Ft.
Via Peach Springs, to the Gkand Canon of tub
Colokvdo, 17 miles.
Via Kingman, Daily Stages to Stockton Hill, xo-
nines ; to mineral raric. 16 miles.
Via Yucca, to Signal, 40 miles.
Via Needles, Steamer to Yuma,
A.gencyFt. Mohave, Mohave City and Hardy-
W. C. nFMMICnM
F. W. SMITH, Gen'l Passenger'Agetxt.
uen 1 ouperinienaent,
W. C. Nixon, Agent, Albuquerque, N. M.
Atlantic & Pacific and Sou
thern Pacific Railroads.
The New Southern Route from
THE MISSOURI RIVER .
Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico Old
Mexico, California and Oregon.
Eastward. STA TJOA'S. Westward.
6 00 a.m. Ar. Kas Cy Lv 10 10 p.m.
5 20 " Atchison io 25 "
2 05 a.m. topeka 12 50 a.m
ii 25 " Emporia 4 00 u
7 50 " Raton 4 10 "
6 03 " Springer 5 53 "
2 45 Lv.y A 8 50 "
2 20 " Ar. VEGAS L 9 30 "
3 20 p,m. Hot Springs 10 05 "
11 35 " Glorieta 12 42 p.m,
10 30 " Lamy r 40 "
12 00 " Santa Fe 3 00 "
9 37 " Cerrillos 2 47 "
8 55 " LvwallaceAr 3 3 "
815 " Ar WaliaceLv 415 "
6 30 " Albuquerque 6 10 "
600 " A.&P. Junction 7 19 "
3 31 " Soccorro ro 34 "
2 25 A.M. San Marci'ail 11 55 "
1123 " Rincon 3 45 a.m.
10 33 " Nutt 5 07 "
9 40 p.m. Deming ; 6 20 "
Stop for meals.
Mexico Line are
Wm. C. Nixon,
Albuquerque, N. M.
Trains on New
run on "Moun-
W. F. White,
6. P. & T. AGENT.
TheScenic Line of America
DENVER & RIO
COLORADO, NEW MEXICO;
V and UTAH, ' ;
DENVER & RIO GRANDS
IS THE r
or- passengers arid freight, between
all the most important cities and mu
ning camps in Colorado and Utah.
Over 1,500 miles of standard and
narrow-guage, splendidly equipped
and caret ully managed.
THE DENVER AND RIO GRANDE
EXPRESS is operated in connection
with the Railway, and guarantees,
prompt and efficient service at reas
D. C. DODGE
F. C. NIMS, Genl Manacer,
f Gen'l Passgr. and Tkt. Agt
, - i-' v.
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