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OFFICIAL COOTY PAPER
Entered In the Post office at St. Johns as second
class matter.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
TERRITORIAL
Governor, F. A-Tritle. Prescott.
Secretary, ...M. H. Van Annan Presc tt
Tbeascker, Thomas J. Br tier, . . .Prescott.
Suit. POBLiclKSTEc'K,. .-R. L Long,. . . .Globe.
Auditor, E. P, Clark, Prescott.
Attorney General, Clark Churchill, Prescott.
SUPREME COURT.
tStnfNER Howard . ..Chief Ju-tice Prescott
Daniel IL, Penney, Associate Phenix-
W. F. Fitzgerald, Associate Tucson.
U. S. District Attorney. J. A. Zabriskie. Tucson
U. S. Marshal Z. L. Tidb'all Tucson
COUNTY OFFICIALS.
)II. Huuing.
WLenard.
T. S. Bunch. Clerk.
Quarterl? meetings of the Board will be held
' first Monday in January, April. July and October.
Sheriff, J- L. Hubbcll.
Pro hate Judge, E.C. Bunch.
Treasurer, Dionicio Baca.
District Attorney C. L. Gutterson.
Recorder, Alfred Ruiz.
Judge oftiie District Court, Sumner Howard.
Judge of-the County Court W. M. Rudd.
Cj.erk of Court. Alfred Ruiz.
Terms of the District Court, firstMondays In
February and August.
POST OFFICE,
E. S. STOVER, P. SI. Office hours: Open
rum a. i. until 4 p. Jr. On Sundays from 1 to
2 i M. " Mail closes coing cast at 11 a. m.
St. Johns, Thursday, August 27.
Ebin Stanley, of Springerville, was in
town yesterday.
Harry Silver has gone to Springerville
on a business trip.
John Swinburne came in town from
his cattle ranch, on Tuesday.
"Walter Darling leceivod a large con
signment of freight this week.
The debt of Pima county amounts to
the enormous sum of 44GD,00D.
Ye editor is -on the line of the Atlantic
& Pacific railroad on a business trip.
The Prescott Courier claims to be the
oldest paper in that section of Arizona.
There is a Mexican confined in our
county jail on a charge of horse steal
ing. -
Mr. Ike Clanton, of Springerville, was
in the city for several days the past
week.
Ike Clanton, a stockman from Spring
erville, stopped over Sunday at the
.county seat.
, Owing to heavy rains the Little Colo
rado river has been on a boom for sev
eral days past.
Quite a number of the citizens, of St.
Johns contemplate taking a trip to Al
buquerque during fair week.
A. Pechner who has been in Albu
querque on business connected with his
establishment for several days past, re
turned yesterday.
Mr. Charley Kinnear. who dispenses
liquid refreshments to the thirsty deni
zens of Springerville, spent Sunday at
the county seat, a guest of Sol. Barth,
Esq. .
The muil service on the Atlantic &
Pacific road has been extended to Mo
jave, making the total length of the
route S17 miles, Albuquerque being the
eastern terminus.
Joe Elliott, of Holbrook. came in
town on yesterday's mail coach. Mr.
Elliott is foreman for W. F. Benson,
whoe stock ranch is near Hardy sta
tion, in this county.
The conviction of Udall for perjury
gives entire satisfaction to the better
class of Mormons in this stake of Zion.
The Reverend Mr. Milner may deny
this, but when he does he simply utters
a lie to choke himself.
An examination of teachers for the
public schools of Apache county will be
lield at St. Johns on Monday and Tues
day, September 7, and 8th. The board of
examiners publish a notici setting forth
all the requirements, which will be
found in this issue of The Herald.
Frank Lewis, the confectioner, has
placed upon the road, between here and
Navajo, a private express conveyance to
supply his establishment" with -fresh
Calilo'nia fruits. Mr. Lewis' goods be
3ng all of a perishable nature, makes
5this movement necessary in order that he
may receive them in the least possible
time between Los Angeles and this city.
The annual snake dance of the Moqui
Indians excited more than ordinary in
terest this year. Visitors were attracted
from all parts of the country. Mr. W.
W. Wall, mail contractor, took out a
large party from Navajo -on Saturday
the lotlj to witness the ceremonies.
The excursionists consisted of the Misses
Lynch, of Navajo; Miss Wall, Master
Wall and the Misses McCormick, of St.
Johns and Mr.- Lew Lynch, of Navajo.
W. W. Wall, the pioneer stage man ot
Apache county, will commence on the
first of .September to run, a daily line
of hacks between Navajo and this city.
Mr. Wall will also be prepared to run
.extra passenger wagons whenever travel
demands it. All who visit St. Johns in
attendance at the district courtwiii find
transportation at Navajo to convey them
to the county seat without delay. The
fane'over this' popplar ' route from the
m ilrnjl in C- 1 V J 1
HOLBROOK.
Holbrook, in this county, notwith
standing the terrible pressure of univer
sal stagnation of business in the great
southwest, has succeeded in going
straight ahead to the full measure of
success in everything undertaken by her
energetic people. There is not upon
the line of the Atlantic & Pacific rail
way a town or settlement of greater
promise.
The work on the great dam that will
fill the proposed irrigating canal, that is
staked out all along the foot-hills north
of the river, is well under way, and the
coming season will present to view fine
ly cultivated fields where the sage brush
and chapparel have flourished for ages.
The railway company's improvements
are of the most substantial character,
and nothing has been neglected that
could add to the convenience and com
fort of passengers, or for the conven
ience in handling freight.
The merchants of the town are awake
to the demands of the public, hence
the stocks are as complete as might be
expected in a town ten times the size of
this young giant. The firm of Stivers
& Burbage are dealers in general mer
chandise; they have their floors filled
with first class goods ; they succeeded
Nathan Barth, at the old stand along
side the railroad track.
A. & B. Schuster, who now occupy
the store formerly known as F. A.
Breed & Co., carry an immense stock of
general merchandise. They have a
large trade, and will grow rich during
the coming prosperous days for Arizona.
Field & Harvey are in the same line ;
their success is manifested by the
crowds that daily are found at their
sales room.
C. Lindinburger provides the town
with bread and cakes; he keeps a large
stock of eatables, and is mainly patron
ized by the housekeepers, and passen
gers who require to replenish their
lunch baskets. Mr. Lindinburger is an
untiring laborer, and is a public bene
factor in his care for his many cus
tomers. Three magnificent saloons are run
under the direction of their owners
Scorse, Perkins, and Peterson.
Two good hotels are also run here, the
Apache and the Holbrook house.
Here, too, is the headquarters of the
government agent for the military post
at Camp Apache. From this point are
hundreds of tons of supplies forwarded
to its destination. Thrift is everywhere
seen in commerce, and the mechanic
need never know an idle day. Uncle
Sam's anvil gives a pleasant sound to
the ear. Several new residences are
being erected, and several new wives
will occupy them in the near future.
Howard Perkins' new building will be
an ornament to the town.
Taking in the whole situation, one
can see that Holbrook'B future is as
promising as her present is pleasant and
profitable, and the county seat greets
her flourishing sister pf the railroad
with a thousand congratulations.
"HERALD-MORMONS."
John Norton, N. Marble, A. N. Holden
and John Marble, four saints of the Mor
mon church, now languish in the county
jail, having been convicted of petty lar
ceriy and sentenced to five days impris
onment and to pay a fine of twenty-five
dollars each, or in case of a failure to
pay the fine then to be imprisoned for
fifteen days. They were found guilty
of stealing several tons of hay from John
Westbrook, who lives at Amity, a small
town about three miles from Springer
ville, and were tried before Juan Armijo
Justice of the Peaee, of Tule. We are
glad to see that the evil doers in Apache
county are being brought to justice, and
it is to be hoped that the sheriff will
not let them remain idle at an expense
to the county, but put them to work on
the streets and roads. These are the
kind of people Bishop Milner calls Her-
ALD-Mormons.
Schools! Schools!
The regular examination of teachers
for Apache county will be held at St.
Johns on Monday and Tuesday, Sep
tember 7th and 8th. Applicants forcer
tificates must appear on the first day of
said examination.
The Board of Examiners, on Wednes
day following, will employ teachers for
the county for the present school year,
and all trustees, teachers and others in
terested, are, requested to make their
wishes known before that day.
The Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion will he present, and will supervise
the examination and the employment of
the teachers. E. C. Bunch,
C. L. Gutterson,
T. S. Buncii,
33-t2, Board of Examiners.
NOTICE-
The St. Joiins Billiard Parlor has jusj
received a large stock of fine Imported
Brandies, Whiske3s and Wines of all
kinds; also ISO proof alcohol. Wi 11 al
so receive in a few days a splendid as
soitment of imported cigars.
"In .the name of all that is good, we
ask when will crime in Apache county
get a check at the hands of the law?"
Orion Era, August 12, 1885.
It is being checked .now, Bishop.
With Udall in the Detroit House of Cor
rection for three years, and four of the
saints now jn the county jail, it looks
as if a good beginning had been made.
Bring back Romney,- Smith, Fish, and
.4.1
A RIGHTEOUS VERDICT.
Correspondence to Prescott Courier.
The conviction of Udall for perjury in
falsely swearing that the locator of a
homestead claim in Apache county had
resided continuously on the property,
when in fact he had been continuously
absent, should be noted far and wide
throughout the Territory. The home
stead act is essentially a poor mans law,
passed for the beneficient purpose of
enabling the poorest of our citizens to
provide his family with a home and a
heritage, and to be the peer of the rich
est in education and independence.
Our Territory has not an abundance of
available agricultural land. Every
schemer and speculator who takes up
the soil by a pretended compliance with
the provisions of the act, for any otjier
purpose than that of making his home
on his location, is a swindler and a rob
ber, preying on the class that can the
least afford to be despoiled. That mil
lions ot good acres have been so filched
from the public domain and resold to
honest workers at a high price is too
well-known to admit of denial. This
first effort to put a stop to it in this sec
tion entitles our officers to the best
thanks of the community. Udall and
his principal, Romney, are but two of
a large number whom we trust will be
brought to justice. In any event the
fate of Udall should be a timely warning
to speculative non-settlers.
THE FAIR.
And now all Albuquerque is
alive to, and every effort quickened
for, producing the greatest show on
earth. The annual fair will this
season be worthy of the considera
tion of every exhibitor; every lover
of manufactures and of art; of
every one interested in the progress,
wealth and fame of New Mexico.
A premium list of $10,000.00.
Think of it, ye who may be alive
and able to reach Albuquerque on
the 29th day of September, 1885 ;
ye who have horses to speed or min
erals to show; thorough-bred cattle
to exhibit, beef cattle to sell or cows
for the dairy ; horses for labor or
mules to kick ; jacks to exhibit the
various stages of melancholia, or
burros for sweepstakes; ye who
have affinity for division D, owned
and occupied by Guiterrez and
Daggs, wool pullers and mutton
raisers for the million, just opposite
the Berkshire hog pens in class 13
and 14, and think of it all chicken
hearted men and "big geese," of the
standard variety, also all "little
ducks" that here is your opportuni
ty for a raise of reputation and for
tune. Sight seers and admirers
of the feathered tribe don't fail to
beam upon division F, and espe
cially on class 15.
Go to the fair, all ye who would
enjoy the luscious pear and the
juicy apple, the distracting peach
and sentimental grape. All Arizo
nians and New Mexicans should go
to the fair ; all trades and occupa
tions should contribute toward its
interest. Bring out your wheat,
corn, rye, broom-corn and alfalfa ;
fetch along babies, pug-dogs and
mocking-birds, anything to fill up,
most anything will be enjoyable by
Q. D. (quill-driver) Newcomb and
Louis Huning.
And what more shall we say?
time would fail us to tell of the
carrots, beets, rum and onions,
parsnips, cauliflower and a half a
dozen heads of green peas, who
through the superintendency of
Capt. Vose and the assistance of
Mrs. L. B. Prince, will stop the
mouths of the yelping hash-house
feeder, quench the violence of the
gin and milk fiend, and will put to
flight the army of the growlers.
The gem of the fair will be the
class 20, under the guidance of
those embryo dudes Manzanares
and Torlina. The' don't propose
to have on their lists any thing
over 14 clever chaps they wo'nt
the' be daisies on the award. Our
claims, like those of Albright's,
were not considered when the ap
pointments in division K were
made. With classes 21, 22 and 23
the fair is set agoing. It embraces
the family group, in oil, sardines,
New Mexican landscape, in oil,
Bibikov; largest collection of pen
work Wratten ; sample card mak
ing Faro ; house plants children
under twelve in Latin and Greek;
home products native wine, dis
cord: kitchen ornaments filigree
jewelry with most beautifully
wrought under garments, wash-tubs
with a general display of needle
work, fancy exhibits and embroid-
f Vq r civ
ico press galoots is expected to
take place under the "grand stand"
on the third day of the fair, when
Tom Hughes and Chas. O'Connor
Roberts will undo the Damon and
Pytheas act they did with tremen
dous success three years ago before
an audience composed of "Ecce
Montezuma," Howard Mitchell and
the fat editor of the St. Johns Her
ald, the only genuine, original,
anti-Brigham Young sheet in Ari
zona. The trienial meeting of this
quart-ette, at their old quart-ers3
being properly advertised and il
lustrated, would have a "lager" in
fluence in determining the success
of satisfactory financial issues of
the enterprise, than would the
adoption of any other scheme
known to the fraternity. It is
therefore enthusiastically submit
ted for consideration.
Two of the leading papers of
Prescott, the Jourml and the Miner,
have consolidated and hereafter
will be known as the Journal-Miner.
J. C. Martin, who by the way is
solid on the Mormon question, has
charge of the editorial department
of the consolidated paper and we
predict for it an era of prosperity.
A train consisting of thirteen cars of
tea and two cars of silk, passed over
the Atlantic & Pacific road one day last
week. It was bound for New York, and
running on twenty miles an hour time.
Several Navajo Indians were in town
this week selling horses.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial District, of the Territo
ry of Arizona, setting within and for the
County of Apache.
Antonio Gonzales,
as administrator of
the estate of Victor
Rouiller, deceased,
Jflaintin. kotice of
VS. SHERIFF SALE.
Eben Stanley, Sa
rah Stanley, E. C
Bunch et al.,
Defendants
Under and by virtue of an order of
sale and a decree of foreclosure, issued
out of the above named court, on the
18th day of August. 1885, in the above
intitled action, wherein Antonio Gon
zales, as administrator of the estate of
Victor Rouiller, deceased, the above
named plaintiff obtained a judgment
and decree against Eben Stanley and
Sarah Stanley, the above named defen
dants, on the eleventh day of February,
1885, which said decree was on the
twelfth day of February, 1885, recorded
in judgment book A, of said court, at
pagas 57, 58, 59, GO and 61, I am com
manded to sell all those certain lots,
pieces or parcels of land situated in the
County of Apache, Territory of Arizona,
and bounded and described as follows,
to wit : The south-east one quarter of the
south-west one quarter and the south
west one quarter of the south-east one
quarter of Section twenty-nine (29) and
the. north-east one quarter of the north
west one quarter and the north-west one
quarter of the north-east one quarter of
Section thirty-two (32) in Township nine
(9) north range twenty-nine (29) east of
the Gila and Salt river base meridian.
Notice is hereby given that on Monday
the 14th day of September 1885, at twelve
o'clock noon of that day, at the front door
of the court house in the village of St.
Johns, in the county aforesaid, I will in
obedience to said order of sale and decree
of foreclosure sell the above described
property or so much thereof as may be
necessary to satisfy plaintiff's judgment
with interest thereon and costs, to the
highest and best bidder for cash.
J. L. Hubbell.
Sheriff of Apache County, Arizona.
By F. A. Hubbell, Deputy.
E. M. Sanford,
Attorney for Plaintiff. au20-4
Estray Notice.
Taken up as estray by the undersigned, at his
ranch, twelve miles from St. Johns, one black
horse about twelve hands high, branded K C
on left hip and N on left thigh. The owner can
have the same by proving property and paying
expenses. John Swinburne.
August 6th. 1885.
Estray Notice.
Strayed, on or about the 18th of July, from the
ranch of B. D. Wilsinson, near Carrizc, one black
horse branded 3M on thigh and shoulder. Any
information leading to the' recovery of said
horse will be liberally rewarded. O. B. Little,
Navajo Springs, Ariz.
THE ST. JOHNS
AGRICULTURAL ASSOCTATTN
are now offering for sale their Magnificent Gar
den and Farming Land, along the line of the
Irrigating canal, from -which an abundance of
water can at all times be supplied for all neces
sary purposes. Three thousand acres have al
ready been disposed of and the owners thereof,
have in most cases, commenced working the
land. The divisions are in forty-acre plots.
Parties desiring to secure pleasant
homes in the finest country and climate in all
the South-west, will apply for terms and f urrher
particulars to
ANTONIO GONZALES,
St, Johns, Arizona.
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THE WEEKLY
Globe-Democrat.
TEN PAGES.
ONE DOLLAR
PER YEAR.
The Largest and Best
Weekly Newspaper
in the World
FOR THE PRICE.
"$250 REWARD.
APAOHE COUNTY STOCK GROWERS ASSO
CIATION. OFFERS a reward of Two Hundred and Fifty
Dollars for tne arrest and conviction, or in
formation leading to the arrest and conviction
of any person stealing or driving away cattle,
horses or mules, the pioperty of members of the
association. HENRY SMITH. President.
M. H. WELLS, Secretary, Springerville
Salt Lakes, via Navaio Springs. ml9-tf.
NOTICES.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
Territory of Arizona, County of
Apache.
Emma Rachel Hixon,
Plaintiff.
versus summons no. 1.
Albert W. Hixon,
Defendant, j
Action brought in the County Court of
the County of Apache, Territory of
Arizona.
Territory of Arizona sends greeting to
Albert W." Hixon. You are hereby sum
moned and required to appear m an ac
tion brought against you by the above
named plaintiff in the County Court of
the County of Apache, in the lerntory
of Arizona, and answer the complaint
filed with the Clerk of this Court, at
St. Johns, in said County, (a copy of
which complaint accompanies this sum
mons,) within twenty da3Ts (exclusive of
the day of service) after the service upon
you of this summons, if served in this
County ; but if served out of the County,
and within this District, then within
thirtv days, in all other cases, forty days
And vou are hereby notified that if
you fail to appear and answer the com
plaint, as above required, the plaintiff
will apply to the Court for the relief
therein demanded and costs and dis
bursements in this behalf expended.
Given under my hand and
SEAL.
the Seal of said County
Court, this 11th day of May
A. D. 1885.
Alfred Ruiz,
C. L. Gutterson, Clerk.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Office of the Apache County)
Cattle Inspector, Navajo
Springs, Arizona. )
Notice is hereby given to all parties
driving cattle into, or through, Apache
County that the Territorial laws require
all cattle so driven to be inspected by
the officer appointed for that purpose.
That the undersigned has been duly ap
pointed by the tentorial Governor, In
spector, and by virtue of such appoint
ment is obliged to enforce observance of
the law. Owners of cattle will greatly
facilitate the business by giving five
days notice of the time and place to the
undersigned where, in the interest of
all parties, such inspection can best be
made. G. A. Zeiger,
Inspector.
LAND NOTICES.
notice for publication.
Land office at Prescott, Arizona...
August 6th, 1885.
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing named settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof will be
made before the Judge, or in his ab
sence the Clerk of the District Court of
Apache County, Arizona Territory, at
St. Johns, Apache county, Arizona, on
the 8th, day of September, 1885, viz:
Irving P. Transue, of Salt Lakes, Apache
county, Arizona, for his declaratory
statement No. 1572. for the southeast
of the northwest of section No. thir
ty (30) in township No. seventeen (17)
north of range No. twenty-seven (27)
east.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon,
and cultivation of, said land, viz : 0. O.
Howe, Frank "Work, David Logan, and
J. D. Folsom, all of Salt Lake, Apache
county, Arizona territory.
Thomas Wing, Register.
notice for publication.
Land Office At Pbescott, Arizona.
August 6th, 1S85.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Judge,
or in his absence, the Clerk of the District
Court of Apache county, Arizona, at St. Johns,
Apache county, Arizona, on the 7th day of Sep
tember, 1885, viz: DeEsting S. Covert, of Spring
erville. Apache county, for his declaratory state
ment Nor 1535. for the south A of the south
west 1-4 of section No. (3), and the north of
the northwest 1-4 of section No. ten (10). in
township No. six (6), north of range No. thirty
one (31) east.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz: John II. Apgar, John W. Batch
elder, Ebin Stanley, and P. F. Clanton, all of
Apache county, Arizona territory.
Thomas Wing, Register.
notice fob publication.
Land Office at Pkescott. Arizona.
August 6th, 1885.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Judge
or in his absence, the Clerk of the Dirtrict Court
of Apache county, Territory of Arizona, at St.
Johns, Arizona, on the 7th day of September,
1885, viz: John W. Apgar, of Springerville,
Apache County, Arizona, for his declaratory
statement, No. 1584, for the east of the south
east 1-4 and the northwest 1-4 of the southeast
1-4 and the 60Uthwestl-4 of the northeast 1-4 of
section No. nine (9) in township No. six (.3) north
of range No. thirty one 131) east.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, and cultivation
of, said land, viz; John H. Batchelder, Apache
county. Arizona: Ed Sherlock, and W J. Onvprt
notice for publication.
Land Office atPerscott, Arizona,
August 6th, 1S85.
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing named settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof will he
made before the Judge, or in his ab
sence, the Clerk of the District Court of
Apache county, Territory of Arizona,
at St. Johns, Apache county, Arizona,
on the 8th day of September, iS85, viz:
Frank H. "Work, of Apache county,
Arizona, for his declaratory statement
No. 1571, for the west of the south
west J of section No. twenty (20) in
township No. seventeen (17) north of
range No. twenty-nine (29) east.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous ressidence upon,
and cultivation of, said land, viz: Henrv
Work, C. O. Howe, J. D. Folsom, and
David Logan, all of Salt Lakes, Apache
County, Arizona, territory.
Thomas "Wing, Register.
notice for publication.
Land Office at Prescott, Ariz.
August 13th 1S85.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention' to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made, before the Jmlge or
in his absence the Clerk of the District Court of
Apache County, Arizona Territory at St. Johns,
Apache County Arizona Territory, on the 14th
day of September 1885, viz: Dan Davidson.of St.
Johns, Apache County Arizona, for his Declara
tory Statement No 15S3, for the north-west j of
the south-east and the east and the south
west 1-4 of the north-east 1-1 of Section No. eight
(8) in Township No. nine (9) north of Range No.
twenty-six (26) east.
He names the t'ouowinc witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
said laud, viz: Eustiquio Blea, Thomas D. Harris,
William Harris and James Richards, all of St.
Johns, Apache Countv, Arizona.
augl3-5t Thomas Wing, Register.
notice for publication. j
Land Office at Prescott, Arizona.
August 6th, 1885.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final pro f in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Judge
or in his absence, the Clerk of the District
Court of Apache county, Arizona, territory, at
St. Johns, Apache county, Arizona, on the 8th
day of September, 1885, viz: Edward L. Parsons,
of Springerville. Apache county, Arizona, for
his declaratory statement No. 15S0, for the'
southeast 1-4 of the northwest 1-4 and the south
west 1-4 of the northeast 1-4 and the west 1-2 of
the southeast 1-4 of section No. ten (10) in town
ship No. six (6) north of ranee No. thirty-one
(31) east.
lie names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz: Robert Morrison, Hugh Jlorri
sont Jos. I. Clanton, and John T. Hogue, all of
Springerville, Apache county.Arizona, territory.
Thos. Wing. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Prescott, Arizona,
August 6th, 188.K
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention!
to make final proof in support of his claim, anil
that said proof will be made before the Clerk oil
the District Court of Apache county, at Sm
juuiis, Apucim vuuiuy. Aiizvim mrruury, uu u
7th day of September. 1SS5, viz: MiloA.SmitnT
claratorv statement No. 1492. for the south i of
the northwest 1-1 and the southwest 1-4 of th
northeast 1-4 and the northwest 1-4 of the south
west 1-4 of section No. fifteen 1151 in townshir
No. six T6J north of range No. thirty-one 31
east.
He names the following witnesses to Drove hist
continuous residence upon, and cultivation oft
said land, viz: John H. Batchelder. John Wi
Apgar and Edwin -Stanley, of Springerville
Apache county, Arizona territory, ana .a-
wara sneriock, of socorro counts, uqxv
.Mexico. Tnos. Wing, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Prescott. Ariz.
A"ueust 6th. 18S3.
Notice is hereby given that the following--
named seuier nas mea notice ot ms intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Clerk of
the District i ourt of Apache county at St. Johns,
Apache county, Arizona Territory, on the 7th
day of September 1885, viz: John II. Batchelder,
of SDrinKerville, Apache county, for his Declara
tory Statement No. 1587, for the north 4 of the
north-east 1-4 of Section No. twenty-one (21) and.
the west Jj of the north-west 1-1 of Section No.
twenty-two 22J in Township No. six 6 north of
range No. thirty-one 31 east.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of
said hind, viz: John W Apgar and Ebin Stanley,
of Springerville. Apache county, Arizona, and
Edward Sherlock and W. J. Covert, of Socqito
county, New Mexico. Thomas Wing,
aug6-5t Register
notice for publication.
Land Office at Prescott, Ariz.
July SO, 1885
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
secure final entry thereof at the expiration of
thirty days from tho date of this notice, viz:
Edward L. Parsons, of SDrinserville. Apache
county, Arizona territory, before the Judge, and.
in his absence tne (Jierk of the District uoj
west 14 and the southwfttjQ
l4 and the west K ot ie acmQ
tfon No. ten (Wfia. mmmhim: 4ta: fterth
of range No. thirty-oe (M)liw,TiCMmies the
following as his wpaMjT$Kitt)bert Morri
son, Hugh MorrisbaSrjimpfcT. Clanton, and
John T. Hogue, att of Springerville, Apache
county, Arizona "territory. Thomas Wjng,
July-30 5t - Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Prescott. Ariz.
July SOth, 1885.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Judge,
and in his absence the Clerk of the District
Court of Apache county, Arizona territory, at
St. J hns, Apache county, on the 31st day of
August, 1855, viz: Gabriel Chavez, of Show Low
Apache county, Arizona, for his declaratory
statement No. 1301, for the south of the south
east 4 and the southeast 4 of the southwest i
of section No. fourteen (14) in township No.
eleven (11) north of range No. twenty-two (22)
east.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of.
said land, viz: Philip Fitzsimmons, Charles
Strader, Joseph Sponsler, and Corydon E. Cool
ey, all of Show Low Apache County, Arizona.
Thomas Wing, Register.
July30-5t
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Prescott, Ariz.
July 30th, 1885.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed aotice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before Judge, or in
his absence, the Clerk of the District Court of
Apache county, Territory of Arizona, at St.
Johns, Apache county, on the 31st day of Aug
ust, 1885, viz: Corydon E. Cooley, of Show Low.
Apache county, for his Homestead application
No. 319, for the. east XA and the southwest lol:
the northwest i and. the southwest Jfof-the
northeast of section No. twen'y (20) in town-"
ship No. ten (10) north of range Ko. twenty-two
(22) east.
He names the following witnesses to- prove
his continuous residence upon, and cultivation
of, said land, viz: Charles Strader, Philip Pitz
simmons, Joseph Sponsler, and Gabriel Chavez,
all of Show Low, Apache county. Arizona terri
tory. Thomas wing, Register
Citation Notice for Contest.
United States Land Office, )
Prescott, Arizona, August 3, 1885. j
To Milton A. Burke You are hereby notified
that Jacob R. Swett, of Springerville, Apache
County, Ariz na, has filed his legal affidavit and
supporting testimony, in this onice, on the con
test of your Homestead Entry No. 152, made May
30th 1881, for the north-east 14 of Section No.
thirty-five J.35J in Township No. nine f9J north
of Range No. twenty-nine J29J east, for your
abandonment of the same, and that a hearing nf
all parlies will be had and heard before the
Judge or in his absence the Cierk of the District
Court of Apache County, Arizona Territory, on
the 9th day of September, A. D.1885ratl0 o'clock
. m. nnrt to boron rluflwl on tlip lQth'dftV of thft

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