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ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1885.
prescott, a. t.
ST. JOHNS, A, T.
Land business a specialty. Office in Court House,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
FLAGSTAFF, A. T.
3- Office and Drug Store Opposite R. R. Depot.
Will give prompt attention to calls from any
point on the line of the A & P. R. R,
CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT ;
KECORDER APACHE COUNTY,
' AND U. S. COMMISSIONER.
J63" Special atrention given to the examination
and transfer of titles to Real Estate in- the county.
Office in Court House, St. Johns, Arizona.
-jyr V. HOWARD,
ST. JOHNS, A. T.
a-Oflice at Court Houea.
rp S. BUNCH,
ST. JOHNS, A.T.
JCW Office in Court House. . -...
ST. JOHNS, A. T.'
Office in Court House.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. Jf;
' NOTARY PUBLIC,
SPRINGERVILLE, A, T.
rp G. NORRIS,
FLAGSTAFF, A. T.
J. C. HEKKDOX. , . -T J- HAWKINS.
ERNDON & HAWKINS,
PRESCOTT, A. T.
Will practice In Ue District Court of
J W. SPAFFORD,
DEALER AND. BROKER IN REAL
ESTATE, MINING AND VULr
XECTING AGENT. .
FLAGSTAFF, - - A.T-
5-Properties visited examined and report
coon, for parties living at a distance, in Yav
apai, Mohave and Apache counties. Particu
lar attention paid to Government claims.
CATTLE MEN READ THIS!
FRANK A. HUBBELL,
GOOD "WHITE, CLEAN SALT,
FOR ONE THOUSAND POUNDS.
P. 0. Address, St. Johns.
F. M. ZUCK, Proprietor
47 This house is neatly furnished and has
targe, airy rooms, and its tables are supplied with
all the market .affords. Stage leaves the house
daily for Ft, Apache. .-.---....-
: Everything New, Heat and
I Glean. Meals at all Reasonable
; Hours and Prices. Nothing Fi
: ner in the Territory. Fresh fish
: and oysters in their season
FLAGSTAFF, ARIZ. 7
'zt " BILROAD A&E., OPPO. DEPOT.
THE NAVAJO, ST. JOHNS,
-: AND :
Springerville Stage Line.
6.00 P. H.
(5.00a. M.J arr.
7.20 a. M.J lve
3.45 P. M.
3.45 A. Ml
4.00 P. M.j lve.
3.45 P. M.j arr.
K,00 A, M.
Over 50 pounds 2 cents per pound.
Under 50 pounds 3 cents per pound.
No package carried for Ices than 25 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.
ST. JOHNS, -.- -
ROMAN LOPEZ, Proprietor.
Every "accomodation for trav-
eling Secure corrals, .
I warm stables hay
' ' ' and grain.
Of Apache County, Ariz., and
U. S. MINERAL SURVEYOR,
ISC-Lands 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. Office
at St. Johns, .Arizona. 13t?.
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 & Pork
Hotels & Bestanrantg
-GAME IN ITS SEASON.-
Mats, Caps, Boots,
And in faGt" a General Assortment
of first-class goods.
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.
Alexander Pechner Prop.
Choice. Brands of
WHISKIES, WINES, BITTERS,
AND FINE SELECTION OF CI
GARS ' ' '
Constantly kept on band
In connection with the above
he has a
Where travelers can feel assured
that there stock is properly
R T. Lewis,
DEALER IN FltTE TUEE CAXDIES, FRUITS,
KUTS, CASHED 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, Limbergcr Cheese,
Kussiau Caviar, Cigars
Always happy to serve customers at reasonable
rate's .Commercial Comer, Stock Exchange
Square, St. Johns, Arizona, Territory.
lished in Arizona.
K. Wardwell has been
postmaster at Tomb-
Phil. L. Crovat has been ap
pointed post trader at Fort Hua
chuca. Bishop H. B. Clawson, of Salt
Lake City, Utah, is a visitor at the
Captain F. E. Pierce has been
appointed Indian agent for the San
Three convicts in the Yuma pen
itentiary were prostrated by the
heat last week.
According to the assessment rolls
there are fortv thousand head of
cattle in Pinal county.
There are three traders at the San
Carlos acencv, J. C. O'Keefe being
the latest appointment.
The Old Dominion Copper Com
pany mine nas ceen started up
with a working force of fifty men
The horses stolen from the stag
in the recent "hold-up" on the
Black Canon road have all been re
Work lias not yet been com
menced on the Territorial Insane
asvlum buildings, to be built at
In the Salt River valley fruit
commands but little sale at one
and a half cents per pound in the
J. A. Johnson, a colored sneak
thief, was shot and seriously
wounded by a citizen of Phoenix
whose house he was burglarizing,
Isaac D. Putnam, of Mesaville
on the San Pedro, recently sold to
Mr. Richard Greer, agent of the
-Wabasb Cattle companyjfort7 head
of blooded bulls.
During the past week nine hun
dred head of cattle, destined for
Kansas City, Mo., were loaded on
the cars at Flagstaff and Belmont
in Yavapai county.
The accounts of ex-Marshal Tid
ball have been pronounced correct
by an expert sent from Washington
to examine the accounts of territo
rial government officials.
The business men of Tombstone
are complaining of the new code of
licenses that has lately been drawn
up, and intend to take the law to
the supreme court of the United
Tucson is the only town in Ari
zona that will be entitled to the
privilege of the "special delivery
srstem" of the Postoffice depart
ment, which goes into effect on the
first day of October.
Governor Tritle has been re
quested by the secretary of the
National Bi-Metallic Coinage asso
ciation to appoint two citizens to
represent this territory on the na
tional committee of the association
The superintendent of schools
for Cochise county has refused to
allow any salary for the teaching of
Spanish in the schools of that
county, giving as a reason that
there is no money appropriated for
An immense scope of country in
the vicinity of Casa Grande, which
heretofore has been unoccupied on
account of the scarcity of water,
has recently been settled on by
stockmen, who have sunk wells and
m every instance oDtamea an
abundaut supply of water in less
than a hundred feet.
fLane Britton, a desperate char
acter from Missouri, escaped from
the Phoenix jail, last week by mak
ing the jailor stand at the point of
a revolver, which was smuggled to
him by his wife. At last accounts
he was at large, with the chances
of escape in his favor. A large
reward is offered for him by both
the Missouri and Arizona officials.
LITE STOCK NEWS.
Items of Interest to Stockmen, Gnth
ered from Reliable Sources.
Texas Stockman : A. B. Fran
has purchased over 6,000 head
cattle for his new pasture on the
Clifton Clarion : The San Simon
Cattle company have placed about
7,000 head of animals in the San
i Simon valley during the past sea
Dodge City Stock Journal : The
Day Land and Cattle company
Texas, have leased 203,000 acres of
land in Greer county, that state, for
a range, paying six cents per acre
New Mexico Stock Grower : Ari
zona shippers are complaining of
the poor facilities furnished them
for the shipment of cattle, and urge
the railroad companies to take ac
tion at once to remedy . the matter
La Junta, Colorado, Tribune
The Prairie Cattle company, thu
far this season, have shipped one
thousand cars of cattle, which rep
resents a good many cattle, and a
good deal of money for the rail
Billings, Montana, Stock Gazette
The sale of 6,000 head of stock
cattle has just been consummated
at Miles City by.Wyatt, Ross &
Hawley to the Rea Cattle company
the price being $142,500. The
cattle will remain here, north o
ii Trn i mi
tne xeiiowstone river, rne par
ties had been dickering for severa
Exchange : In the Chicago mar
Ket tne receipts or cattle tne past
week were the heaviest of the sea
son, aggregating 49,000 head, and
the market for range cattle de
clined from day to day until it
might reasonably be said that there
was no market at all. Prices ranged
tan. $2.20 to $3.75 for western
New "Mexican Stock Grower
Large numbers, of Arizona cattle
have this week passed through New
Mexico on the way to Kansas City,
where they are to be marketed.
Nearly every shipment from that
territory shows evidence of the use
of high grade sires in the herds;
Arizona cattlemen are progressive
Texas Stockman: A Pueblo,
Colorado, special says : McMullen,
a ranchman living thirty miles east
of here, was arrested yesterday by
TT nil It
unitea states marsnai on a
contempt of court in failing to re
move fences on government land
McMullen made a show of resist
ing arrest, and was shot in the leg
by the marshal. It is alleged that
McMullen has 30,000 acres illegally
Globe Stock Journal : The nor
thern countries are now rolling into
Chicago their 1,200 and 1,300 pound
beef steers, while Texas proper are
supplying the market with 800 to
950 pound dogies. Thus it may
be observed, while Texas -is the
boss breeding country, the north
west is by a large majority the best
beefing and maturing section in the
United States for range beef. It
takes a climate even to raise a beef
La Junta, Colorado, Tribune :
Cattlemen will find that they will
be much better off without fences
than with them, and they should
obey the order for removal in the
proper spirit. mere will be no
preference given anyone, and there
will be less clashing than heretofore.
It was a very selfish spirit that in
augurated the system, and only
goes to show that there are a few
people left who want the earth. It
was the large syndicates that com
pelled the small holders to adopt
the policy, but the order for re
moval compels them to take a
place of equality with their less
avaricious neighbors. All hail to
The entire population of New
Mexico amounts to 158,S24 souls.
President Cleveland has appoint
ed 467 new postmasters since as
suming his office.
Sixty tons of coke is the dailjr
product of the ovens at San An
tonio, New Mexico.
Nana, the Apache chief, has been
sent to the happy hunting grounds
by Uncle Sam's troops.
The United States district attor
ney says that a land entry based on
a sworn-to lie is fraudulent.
L. and H. Huning, of Los Lunas,
are reported as shipping 70,000
pounds of freight to Arizona last
On the Union Pacific railroad,
cattle trains make better time and
have the right of way over all other
Brigham Young, jr., has returned
from Mexico, where he had been for
the purpose of buying lands to start
a new colon
Santa Fe county, New Mexico,
voted the issuing of $150,00Q in
bonds in aid of the Texas, Santa Fe
& Northern railroad.
The 10th of September will be
the Hebrew new year, and as such
will be observed by the Jewish citi
zens throughout the country.
Jesus Valencia, a Mexican 83
years old, living near Tucson,
states that he is the father of fifty
three children, all of whom are
The Cunard steamship Etruria,
recently made the passage from
New York to Liverpool in six days,
and nine hours, being the quickest
time on record.
Colonel Marmon, of Laguna.
New Mexico, is soliciting funds to
4)ui!-a wagon road, from that
piilVJt? bU X' UlliUllgCUlI. 0.1 15 eSll-T.
mated to cost $1000.
California boasts of a wonder
ful living specimen of humanity,
who never heard of. General Grant
until the notice of his death at
tracted his attention.
The sheriffs of the various coun
ties in New Mexico recently held a
convention in Santa Fe, the object
being to devise some plan to better
facilitate the apprehension of crim
Judge Sumner Howard has been
urged by a number of the citizens
of Albuquerque to deliver his fa
mous lecture on Mormonism dur
ing the progress of the exposition
in that city.
Hop, Kee & Co., of San Fran
cisco, the largest wholesale Chinese
manufacturers of boots and shoe3
on the Pacific coast, have failed.
Their liabilities are $110,000; as
A train on the West Shore & Buf
falo railroad recently made a run
of four hundred and twenty-two
miles in seven hours and forty-nine
minutes, which is perhaps the fast
est time on record.
Hon. H. M. Van Annan, secreta
ry of Arizona, passed through Al
buquerque a few days ago eng route
east. He is reported as saying that
he was on his way to Washington
to tender his resignation.
The Cheyenne and Arapahoe In
dians number 3,174 souls, although
the agents for the past ten . years
lave been drawing rations for 5,-
967. It is estimated that the an
nual steal at these agencies on beef -and
flour alone has exceeded $100,-
At the recent election in Utah
the Mormons elected all the mem
bers of the legislature but one, and
all county officers except in one
count7. The protests filed by Mor- -
mons against the issue of certifi
cates to liberals elected,- were over-
uled by the canvassing board.
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