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PRESCOTT, A. T.
JjAlRRIS BALDWIN, .
ST. JOHNS, A, T.
Land business a specialty. Office in Court House
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
FLAGSTAFF, A. T.
X2 Office and Drug Store Opposite R. R. Depot
Will give prompt attention to calls from any
point on the line ot the A & F. K. K,
CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT
RECORDER APACHE COUNTY,
AND U. S. COMMISSIONER.
Special atrention given to the examination
ana transicr 01 titles to itcai csuie in inc county.
Office in Court House, St. Johns, Arizona.
ST. JOHNS, A. T.
Ofllce at Court Houes.
rp S. BUNCH,
ST. JOHNS, A. T.
Office in Court House.
ST. JOHNS, A. T.
Office in Court House.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
SPRINGERVILLE, A, T.
JJl M.ZUCK, -
HOLBROOK, A. T.
FLAGSTAFF. A. T.
J. C. HEHND0N. J. J. HAWKINS
JJERNDON & HAWKINS,
PRESCOTT, A. T.
ttWIll practice In the District Court of
J W. SPAFFORD,
DEALER AND BROKER IN REAL
ESTATE, MINING AND COL
JB Properties visited examined and report
ca on. for parties living at a distance, in Yav
apai, Mohave and Ajmchc counties. Parties
lar attention paid to Government claims.
CATTLE MEN READ THIS !
FRANK A. HUBBELL,
-GOOD WHITE, CLEAN SALT,-
FOR ONE THO US AND POUNDS.
P. 0. Address, St. Johns.
F. M. ZUCK, Proprietor
3". This house 'is neatly- furnished and has
large, airy rooms, and its tables are supplied with
all the market, af'ords. Stage leaves the house
daily fo'r'Ft, Apache.
J. F. HAWKS, . .
Everything New, Neat and
Clean. Meals at all Reasonable
Hours and Prices. Nothing Fi
ner in the Territory. Fresh fish
:and oysters in their season.
EilLROAD AYE., OPPOr DEPOT.
6.00 P. 31.
6.00 A. It.)
3.45 P. 31.
3.45 a. sr.
4.00 P. 31. 1 lve
.3.45 P. 3i. (.arr.
t6,00 a, 31.
Over 50 pounds 2 cents per pound
Under 50 pounds 3 cents per pound
mo package carried for less than 2a cents.
Carrying Passengers, Express, and
the United States Mail, between
Springerville and the Atlan
tic and Pacific Railroad.
Principle office St. Johns, Arizona
Branch offices and local agents
at Springerville and Navajo.
W. W. Wall, Proprietor.
ROMAN LOPEZ, Proprietor.
Every accomodation for trav
eling Secure corrals,
warm stables hay
JAMES E. PORTEK,
Of Apache County, Ariz., and
U. S. MINERAL SURVEYOR
fMfLands selected and Settlers lo
cated. Plats of vacant lands obtained.
Filing and entry papers prepared. Cor
rections of eroneous entries secured
Surveys of all kinds executed and exam
ined. Correspondence solicited. Ofiice
at St. Joints, Arizona. 13tf.
Groceries and Genera!
Navajo Station, A. & P. R. R.
Hay,grain and stabling for ac
commodation of travelers
Stage leaves the house
daily (except Sunday) 6
p. m. for St. Johns and
And FINE JEWELRY.
ALBUQUERQUE. - NEW MEXICO.
Opposite Stock Exchange Hotel.
Beef, Mutton & Port.
'otels & Restaurants
-GAME IN: ITS SEAS0X.-
Hats, Caps, Boots,
And in fact a General Assortment
of first-class goods;
Produce, "Stock, Wool
Colomo & Co.
BUY and SELL
Cows, Sheep, Wool
Our stock is complete in all lines
and we sell
Should call and Examine our stock
before buying elsewhere.
Commercial St., St. Joints, A. T
Alexander Pechner Prop.
Choice Brands of
WHISKIES. WINES. BITTERS:
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AND FINE SELECTION OF OT-
Constar.tly kept on hand
In connection with the above
he has a
Where travelers can feel assured
that there stock is properly
F. T. Lewis,
DEALER IN FINE PURE CANDIES, FRUITS,
NUTS, CANNED GOODS, CIGARS, ETC.
Fruits of all kinds, Oranges, Lemons, APPles
and all others in their season. Walnuts,
Pecans. Peanuts. For Lunches, Pigs
Feet, Sheeps Tongues, Delicate
Crackers, Limberger Cheese,
Kussian Caviar, Cigars
Always happy to serve customers at reasonable
iiues .uuiiiiiirciiu corner, ciuuk: i-xciianse i
Square, St. Johns, Arizona, Territory.
Prescott Courier : Gnats are said
to be very troublesome on some
cattle ranges. They work on the
eyes of young calves, several of
which they have almost blinded.
Northwestern Live Stock Jour
nal: One of the most extensive
irrigating ditches in the territory
will be put in b)' parties connected
with the Union cattle comnanv
It is said that it will be about one
hundred miles in length.
An exchange says : The hides of
Galloway cattle, if taken off in the
winter, will make fine "buffalo"
robes if properly dressed, or at
least will make a good substitute
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une on exnioinon in uenver is
much admired for its beauty.
Texas Stockman : It is reported
that two Englishmen, representing
two million dollars capital, are now
in Texas and propose to establish a
line of steamers specially fitted up
for f Tf as ssed, 7meats
to foreign ports. "We told you
Socorro Bullion : It is reported
that D. Covert, of Denver, will
bring into this county shortly 10,-
000 head of cattle. Mr. Covert
will show good judgment by first
ascertaining how much vacant
range there is in this section of
Dodge City, Kansas, Journal:
Five hundred and .five head of cat
tle shipped from Osage county to
Baltimore, Maryland, were loaded
the day they got there for Liver
pool, and by this time the nabobs
over there are eating nice, fat, juicy
. Clarendon Northwest Texan
Henry Hamburg and Charles Rath,
of Mobeetie, and Harry T. Groom,
last week purchased 26,880 acres
of land in Ochiltree county. This
land was sold by an execution, and
was purchased for thirty cents an
San Angelo Times-Enterprise:
J. M. Miller, jr., of Erskine, saw a
car load of three year old Durham,
"natives," in St. Louis, that aver
aged 1,509 pounds, which sold at
six cents. That is $90.54 a head,
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over tnree times as mucn as uie
best Texas beeves of the same age was a call.er yesterda3r- This gen
,miA tleman, in connection with Mr.
Aii 1. on,,,
movai oi xne great cauie neras
i ii i in i i I
lands will contribute largely to the
taxable wealth of New Mexico.
We will get many thousands of
these cattle, and we want all we can
set, provided their owners secure
ranges for them and do not trespass j
uPon the rishts of others-
Tir..i ti r . -j
ivieuoru yuiits.) jvuvy . uruers
came from the Marques, Tuesday,
to begin killing a hundred to a
hundred and twenty-five cattle per
dav. This will set the works run-
ning on full time. If the present people, is susceptible ot the clear
contract for beef holds permanent- est proof. The natural loss on
ly, the slaughter house and cooling
rooms will be enlarged.
EapidCity (Dak.) Republican :
The VVV outfit, composed of
4,000 head of cattle, from the In-
dian territory, in charge of James
Moore, foreman, passed through
in northwest Wyoming. The herd,
left the Indian territory June 25.
Socorro Bullion : Colonel J. W.
Dwyer, of Colfax, New Mexico, has
the only extensive farm or ranch in
the world that is completely en-
circled by telephone. The top volume of business for the Chicago Board of Education, at theirtmeet
strandof his barbed wire fence is markets, and hereafter the whole ingheld in Prescott last weeW re
used to transmit the sound. In product of the immense slaughter- sorted abont fi.000 in th terri
his vast field, where graze thous- ing houses at Medora will be ship- rial fund subject to apportionment,
ands of meat cattle, should an ani- ped to Chicago and terminal points but owing to no census xeturns be
mal jump the fence or disturb a in sealed refrigerator cars. In the ing received from Apache and'Pi
wire,or should a villain cut a strand cold storage houses the Marquis ma counties the distribution wk
the signal bell in the house gives the
alarm. VV lien me COlonei arises 111
i ttti , 1 i , t
the morning, to satisfy himself that
his lowing herds are all at home, he
steps to the telephone and ascer
tains that the circuit is complete.
If so, all is well.
It is claimed by ranch owners in
various parts of our territory that
they have room for many thousand
head of cattle yet, and that they are
ready and willing to receive a part
of the cattle now being driven out'
of the Indian territory.
Albuquerque Journal : Eighteen
thousand head of cattle from the
Indian territory, destined for Ari
zona, will soon begin to pass over
the Atlantic & Pacific road, and
will be unloaded at Ash Fork.
They are a part of the vast herds
recently ordered by the president
to be drawn out of the Indian ter
Albuquerque Journal: If the
sickness that has just made its ap-
pearance among the cattle on Cros-
son's ranch, below this city, is of a
fatal and contagious kind, as seems
piuuauxe, we governor snouid at
once exercise ail the powers at his
command tnat may be necessarv
to prevent the spread of the dis
ease. Eternal vigilance in such
matters is the price of healthy
A Fort Scott, Kansas, dispatch
of the 14th says : Two train loads of
cattle from the Indian territory,
numbering 900 head, passed by
this city to-night, eng route for Chi
cago, being the first to make their
exit from the territory under the
president's order. These cattle were
brought over the St. Louis, Fort charge of selling whisky to the
Scott & Wichita railroad from the Wallapai Indians, has pleaded guil
ranch of the Austin cattle company, ty to the charge, and is now in the
165 miles west of Anthony, Harper Prescott jail awaiting sentence,
county. rpne sentence 0f dismissal in the:
Tom Greene Times-Enterprise : case of Lieutenant Geo. F. Chase,
While we cannot rejoice at any- wao was found guilty by a court
thing that contracts the market for martial of slandering a brother of-.
Texas cattle, we confess to a grim ficer's wife, has been commuted bv
sort of satisfaction over the fact
that Colonel Bob Hunter and other
big cattlemen who have been eng
deavoring to prevent Texas cattle
from passing through the territory,
are now getting a dose of their
own medicine. Had Texas cattle
been let alone, nobody would have
noticed the Indian territory.
Kansas City Indicator : Mr. J.
W. Sullivan, nf Prpsnnff. AriVnno
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vvm. uanand, nas lust shinned
Lr a -m i a m j.. nr..! .
ii i jiii- .tttsn i i m k . rt . i -. T.n vi n vnnp'a
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ranche, in Wabaunsee countv.
Kansas 600 feedinS steers and ex"
Pects 300 m ore to amve this week-
ne rePorts tnat A' Matthews, of
Kansas Gitv had within a day or
two purcnasea m Arizona l,4UU
steers of the same class for his
ranch near Kinsley, Kansas.
Socorro Bullion : The percent-
age ot cattle losses on western
ranges is not larger than in the
states. This statement, although it
may seem a little fishy to eastern
eastern cattle, the year round, will
not lall short ot lour or hve per
cent, while it is not uncommon for
e loss on range cattle to tall far
below these ngures. The present
vear for instance, the loss on accli
mated range cattle will not exceed
one per cent.
Chicago Drovers' Journal : It is
understood that very soon the Mar
quis de Morse will discontinue his
system of fresh meat refrigerators
along the whole line of the North-
ern Pacific. This is done for the
purpose of concentrating the whole
last )rear constructed, he had in-
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The tax rate in Mohave county is
$3.33 on the hundred.
At the Needles,one day last week,
the thermometer stood 128 in the
Phoenix is to have a new daily
paper, to be called the Territorial
The rate of taxation in Cochise
county has been placed at$3.50 on
The tax levy for- Pima county
has been fixed S2.S4-A- on each,
$100 of taxable property. . ;
W. R. Morgan, a miner at Tur-
ker creek one day last week took
out of Ms elaim $2500 m silver
The total tax levy fixed by the
hoard of supervisors of Graham'"
county is $3 on each $100 of prop-
There are six newspapers pub-,
Hshed in Tucsonthree English.
and two Spanish dailies, and
James Carr, the boss freighter o
Arizona, recently purchased of H...
C. Hooker over three hundred head:
of horses, for which he paid about
Two of the Black Canon stages
were held up by roacLagentg;
week.between New riy6pi
-DOtn teams were taKen'JUQiOoefDJui
Ah Ling, the Chinaman who was
arrested at Mineral Park on the
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B. Brannen, of Prescott, a'
genlleman well and favorably
known throughout the territory,
died at Beaver creek,Sunday morn
ing, August 16. Deceased was a
native of Canada, and had been a
resident of Arizona for 11 years.
Casimero Grijalbo, a Mexican
who keeps a trading store eight
miles from Gallup,has mysteriously
His friends are
thfi omnion that ho. hn.s
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The Baltimore (Md.) Sun says
that out of 3,377 murders perpe-
trated during the year 1884, the
total number of murderers exe-
cuted was but 313, and of that
number 210 met their death by
lyncn law, and only lUd by legal
The Tonto basin country, lying
in the southeastern part of Yavapai
county, and containing a popula
tion of over one thousand neonle.
is entirely devoid of mail facilities.
It requires from one to two weeks
for a mail to reach there from the
An exchange says that about
eighteen miles from old Fort Wih-
gate, New Mexico, at the base of
the Continental divide, there is a
spring which has always beea noted
for its cold water. Some scientific
researchers recently ran a tunnel
in on the vein of water for a dis
tance of fifty yards, and came upon
a solid bed of ice.
The treasurer of the Territorial
uostnoned until tha second Mon:.
dav in SanfAm hr
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