Maul Twwnwl the Fur-
Iitu1HuMh f KhIho.
Wampkotok, Jan. 27.-rSecial
Uorrwnoadeac.J -The democrats
u u.I . u..: i r ,i
truotion during the past wwk,
during ii greater part of which lima
the Mouse ha been in a chaotic
condition. The consideration of
the Wilson bill has progress! un
der the St minute rule. The ob
jection that has beeu mauifieti iu
the House by members of the dem
ocratic party towards the Wilson
bill has been rather astonishing-
Sch died in the wool democrats a
Cottfrreasmau Deueon of Alabama,
Sparry of Connecticut. Sip ami
Boltxhoofer of Pennsylvania, Hen
dricks of Xew York, and a doaou
Others, hare made sjeeches de
Mouncing not oulv the dson bill but
the f ramers of the bill in tho most
bitter terms. They all declared
that of the two bills the Wilson
UUI or the McKiuley bill they
woukl much prefer the MoKinley
bkl. They also declared that if the
Wilson bill become a law it will
rain the industrial of the country.
1b this ooMuectiou it may bo inter
ostuig to know exactly what some
of these gentlemen said: "By w;hat
contmisBiott does the Democratic
party oome into this House aud fly
the lag of free trader, the single
taxer, the Populist, and the Com
munist," demanded Joseph C. Hen
dricks, democratic congressman
from Brooklyn, New York. "Whou
I went on the stump in 1SS2," he de
clared, "I told my people that tho
Democratic party was a conserva
tive jwtrty, and would deal with the
tariff in modification, but the action
of this house during the past two
waeks.has demonstrated that those
promises were false." The state
ment made by Mr. Sibley, demo
cratic member from Pennsylvania,
was probably more striking: "My
right hand shall wither and my
tongtte aleave-lo the roof of my
mouth before I vote for a bill that
will destroy the industries of uvy
district," exclaimed Representative
J. C. Sibley as he declaimed against
the Wilson bill in opou house.
Similar statements have been made
frequently in the House during the
discussion since these two gentle
men have seen fit to take the lead.
In spite of the declarations of
oerauc pariy nas marcnoa
Steadily on its road of destruction.
The protection afforded American
working men in the coal mines, the
iron mines, aud the tin mines has
been abolished by the democratic
" 1 T-l-.x A I A 1
party, xmtereu mis was notenougu
to satisfy the more radical-members
of that party. By an overwhelming
vote the Democratic party removed
the bounty paid to American pro
ducers of sugar absolutely and also
iflaaed that articlo upon the free
bounty of two cents per pound to
producers of sugar by the govern
ment under the McKiuley law, tho
amount of sugar produced in this
country was wonderfully increased
during the first two years that that
law was in existence. During the
last year the amount of sugar pro-
cane, beet, sorghum and maple
amounted to five million pounds.
During the last two years in which
the McKiuley law has been in opera
tion the amount of sugar produced
in this country has been almost
Tho internal revenue features of
the bill have been at last reported
to the house. The bill, as predicted
in this correspondence, places a tax
of two per eent on all individual in
come over $4,000 per annum and
also a tax of two per cent on the net
earnings ol corporations. It also
places a tax of one dollar on a thou
sand on cigarettes, a small tax on
playing card?, and a tax of one dol
lar a gallon on whiskey. The fight
over th income tax promises to be
a long and bitter one in the house
as the northern democrats are bit
terly opposed to the imposition of
such a tax, denouncing it as inquisi
torial, undemocratic aud un-Ameri-ean.
There can be no doubt now
however but that the income tax
bill will pass the house. No matter
now objectionable it may be to some
members of the house and no mat
ter how loudly they denounce it,
when the final vote comes thej' will
all follow in the line of the cuckoos
jukI vote solidly for the bill no mat
ter how objectionable and infamous
certain parts of it may bo. A tax on
.sugar or a tax on incomes are the
Only two ways of meeting the enor
onous deficit in the revenues caused
by the great reduction which the
Wilson bill has made. Since sugar
has been placed on the free list it
becomes inevitable that a tax shall
be placed on incomes as the only
means of raising the seventy millions
of dollars which it is calculated will
be needed to make up tho deficit in
The fight in the ranks of the dem
ocratic party has been of a very
amusing character from the repub
lican standpoint. Of course tho re
publicans have offered repeated
amendments to the bill hoping
thereby to modify as much as pos
sible the obnoxious portions of the
bill but have met with coustant de
feat. Congressman Boutelle has been
endeavoring to get his Hawaiian
roeohftaon up in the House noarly
evcry day this week but Speaker
Crisp in his usual American way
fttr. Boutelle to call it up. Mr
Boutelle is making a bravo figh
against heavy .dds. and the princi
pal idds against him is tho convic
tion in the minds of the Democratic
party that the more this Hawaiian
scandal is stirred the more malodor-
ious it is for them and the more
ruinous it will be for tho prospects
of the Democratic party in tho
autumn election. O. P. Austin.
-J L. Fisher, agent Domestic Sew
ing1 Machines. Assortment on hand.
For Japanese goods both useful
and orMamentol, go to Mrs. E. Ji.
"Stargo," "Orange Blossom," aud
Mercantile Cigars can be bought
only at Aitken's Cigar Store. tf
Have you seen those elegant
Japanese goods at Mrs. K. Ii.
New styles dmss goods just re
civd. Prices away down at A.
i. I,. Fisher has just received a
. Y"wr cigars, wiucli
he is disposing of to connoisseurs,
by the box, very reasonable. tf
Weinerwurst sandwiches are
nred daily after S p. Ml. to CUS
at the Sazerac. tf
. bandies received each week
t Aitkeo's. Finest assortment in
Nw line of dress goods met re
DSSOLATE MOtiO LAKE.
it 1. Oae f the StrHS.t Holies of Wlr
lu tho Verld.
foram is Mono Wire. "-
gest rihi mom -- t -
' ?. hM PmoiIW const or lu tho
j workl. It is IS mik le"gth b-v I3
! in width, himI m rftutd m an oral,
uninviting iOnia, with aago bush ami
wtimosirt ail around. It is iu Mona
county, west of tho Sierra Nevada
mountains. There are cftstolhited v. l
eanki peaks and brokou 6punj lu t v
ory direction, those to the south
sweeping away to the faxoff honson
and disappearing in tho hsxy dis
tance. The lake looks sluggish and
dead, and no living thiag inhabits its
Mount Dana, 1S.277 feet above the
sea, rises on its western shore. The
color of this lake is a bottle giwu,
except in its center, where its waters
are as blue as tho sky. There sre
two volcanic islands near the xnkhUe
of the lake, tho smaller of the two
being composed entirely of black
lava. This latter is about half a wile
in length and rises 400 feet above the
lake. Its crater is some 500 feet in
diameter and looks as fresh as if its
fires had just gone out
Tho other island is about two miles
in length and is formed of lav and
covered with ashes and csicarsons
deposits. There are numerous hot
eprings always more or less in action,
and sometimes a monster geyser
opens up and envokuK the island in
clouds of steam and boiling water.
There are also hot and cold springs
on tho northern and northeastern
shores, some of which throw up
streams of wator from the bottom of
tho lako, which is deep in many
Near these springs are massive col
urnns of rook from 40 to SO feet in
height, which at a distance resemble
coral. All around are rocks that have
been fantastically chic-el ed by the
winds and decorated by tho alkali
waters that have been dashed against
them. On the southern and south
western shores are many extinct era
tors rising from 500 to 2,000 feet in
height These are scarred and seamed
in color and show . re rivers of
lava have run down, . waiving trenien
dous stalactites of rvery hue high up
in the air. Cor. ""ago Tribune.
American visitors to Egypt aro ac
counted the best patrons of Egyptian
body snatch era. They aro clad to
return homo with a mummy; they
are proud to have their frieuds see it
unrolled; they bury their own dead
with surpassing care, placincr them
in caskets vyithin splondid tombs. It
might seem as if with Ulysses in Hec
uba they were recompensed for lives
of struggle by reposing under noble
A cemetery in Amerioa is general
iytne most oeautiiui aaiunct to a
city. Would not tho cultured citi
zens of Boston shudder if told that a
day might come when Mount Auburn
would bo treated as a mine in which
shafts are sunk and levels driven in
order to discover human remains and
bring them to the surface, there to
bo sold to strangers from beyond the
sea in quest of curiosities, or olso to
be put on exhibition at nome. Rao s
Among birds tho females do not
sing, and although many species have
musical call notes and agreeable tones
in conversation, which are shared in
by both sexes, still the true song is
only rendered by the male bird. 1
am sincere in saying that the lady
bird talks more than her mate about
the house, but I will admit that when
away from homo she is very discreet
in this respect In attending to her
duties of incubation she is very quiet,
and it is seldom that a note is heard
from her while on the nest It has
even been said that all birds are silent
when incubating, so as to avoid ob
servation. However, although most
species are quiet whon setting, there
are a few which chirp loudly when
so engaged, and some even burst into
exuberant song. Science.
Proctor and Chandler.
To those who know tho almost gruff
and solemn manner of Senator Proc
tor of Vermont veneering, however,
heaps of quiet fun and a 7i heart as
tender as a 2 shilUng shirt tho fol
lowing little squib will seem natural
enough: Presiding at a banquet, he
called on Senator William E. Chand
ler for a few remarks, who at once
prefaced them by his surprise that
Senator Proctor should have so kind
ly noticed him, for, said he, "A few
days ago I overheard a gentleman
ask him if he liked Chandler, to
which he very carefully answered,
'Yes, I like Chandler, but it's an ac
quired taste.' "Washington Post
A gentleman entered Mr. Lincoln's
private office in the spring of 18G2
and earnestly requested a pass to
Richmond. "A pass to Richmond V
exclaimed the president "Why, my
dear sir, if I should give you one it
would do you no good. You may
think it very strange, but there aro
a lot of fellows between hero and
Richmond who either can't read or
are prejudiced against every man
who totes a pass from me, I have
given McClollan and more than 00,
000 others passes to Richmond, mid
not one of them has got there yet"
San Francisco Argonaut
After 9 o'clock ovory evening
woinerwurst saudwichas will be
served to customers at tho Sazerac.
Are you going to tho Mid-Winto
Fair! If so, call at A. Wollonborg r
and buy your trunk or valise, who's
hoy can be had very cheap. tf re
Prof. Alfred Walker, of tho Royal
Academy of Music, London, and
late of Cambridge, England, will,
with his family, soon arrive in Pros-
cott, to practice his profession, in
cluding instruction on the piano,
violin, and art of singing. Intend
ing pupils will do well to consult
him before engaging elsewhere.
Prescott reference Harry Brisloy.
By special request of sovorsl citi
zens, Dr. Meyer, the optician, will
remain in Proscott sovoral days
longer. Those who wish to see him
should call at Hotel Burke atonco.tf
Prbscott, Ariz., Nov., 11 1893.
To the Bashpord-Bubmistbr Com-
PAXY AND THE FlRM OF BaSUFORD tfe
BcRMlSTER AND TO TUE Pl'BLIC GEN
You are horeby notified not to
purchase a judgment issued out of
the District Court in and for Yav
apai count, at the November torm
1993, in favor of W. H.J Ferguson,
and against me, as I hold full and
ljgal offsets agaiust tho samo.
alltf John Duke.
Th following Is tho list of lotter
romauthig in tho iostoflioo at Prof
An3icma Xor tho k
! Fobrtmry oUSttl :
A iu! rows. J
Marshall, It V
Miller, Mrs A
Baker. W H
Boubatt. J F Miltenhiirir. J
Ulemments, D J Mow, W B
Dillon, E Morgan, G W
Litis. Miss L-4 Mulkins, B F
GooUbeaulk, K Mtwaia, Hb D
GilloApie, D Plcke, A H
GuuutsoM, C K Parsons 0 F
St Clair, H C
Hubbard, J W Spencer. W
Kelly, C P
Lofaroa. F T-2
VttMa, W B
Walsh, J S
Wilson, W lt2
Her rem, J N
Poreou; celling for th(o Jetters,
please say auveruseu.
J. W. A went kau, P. 31.
(I'rcscott Samnlliti? Works J
And Lead Ores.
P. O. Bol 24S.
I. P. SMITH I CO
- HGTKL ItlTKKK BLOCK,
Montezuma St, PH12SCOTT, ARIZ
BOOTS. SHOES, HATS,
rooks, SUtioiibry Jfanc)
(ioods, Etc.. Etc.
Pipes, Etc. Ete
Fruit, Confectionery, Notions
Affont for tho tVli'imitcil Maker &
Fresh Fruits Kept Constantly
tice is horeby Riven that tho County Board
of Examiners will meet on
Monday, March 5 th, 1891,
At tho office of tho Prolate Judge f cx-ofticio
county school 8tijxrintendent at 10 o'olook
a. m. for tho purport) of oxumiuitiK appli
cants for tticuor'8 certinoiitos. Appliorttit
nre requested to be on hand promptly at tho
All holders of temporary certificates will
be required to present aud rile their di
plonmH, on or before the above date, or be
present in person, on the above date for ex -animation.
J. F. WILSON. Probate Judge.
And et-o)tlcio County School bupt.
CUSTKALIjY L-wMed m Montezain Street.
A Mrt-cli houoe with etperienottl nl
FRANK 1). MYEItS, Proprietor.
galliot and Cold Bnths,
SATISFACTORY WO UK GUARANTEED.
V Vi', 'i
Bolo AKont for Northern Atissonn
G. SCHUERMAX, Proprietor.
Board and Lodging per Week, - - $10
Board by Ihe Day, $1
Large and Airy Rooms.
H'ltJOSH MRKAD Delivered to
urxy lJurt oil Town.
mw v m i mi
Via tho liuoa of tho
Allaittto and Pauifio Hallway and
Sou t burn PaoiQo Oa
Kouiitl Trip TinkoU -good for
SO dAs, Proscott to San Ifntn.
cisoo and rvturn,
iNdwling gat tioketa to tho Fair
livm Nw l niM U Uy (MtkiU U CkMfor
til ' UM.t iMf-rj it vIn4 JlB'i
CtfTo stations uudttr lfO nilltts
from San Krauoisoo, otto aud ono
third obo way faro,
0To Stations ltO mila or inortt
from San Franoboo, ooo and om-
fiftk ono-way fanu
Rr . IWH, wUdtMi tit M.XiFUt
rick's o rat, T. H. oooha.v,
Prescott & Plienix
IX i m
wL Aii JVri "Ari
11J6A IcUr Ar IW4t
LrfMkld a) UUP
TtrIh 1C8 and 104 UMikwi oloe oonui-otioa
Ht Auk Pork with trains 9 and 4 cm A. X V.
Tniaa 1X1 ami 121 cohbccI with tralH 1
ami X at Ask Fork on A. 1. lUiilnwd.
Tram US leave Prwwott daily except
O. W. VAUOUN,
Vice President aud Chief linctBMr.
IU It. COLSM.VN.
F. A. HKALY,
Gwteral l'ajcvjnjr Agent.
WWud and llet&ll Dolen la
Of ETry Description.
Wo koop a full line of Jali-
foniia Redwood Finishing Lum
ber. Also, Redwood Shingles,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mould-
ngs, etc., etc.
Arizona Lumber and Timber Company
Yard on Kiut Side of the Plaza, next to Mold-
Prescott Lumber Co.
jTMPOno of tho best ranches in
tho Vordo valloy, good fences, plon-
tv of wator for irrigation, thirty
acres of alfalfa, two bearing orchard,
good house, corrals, fcc. will bo
sold cheap with or without house
hold furniture and with or without
horsos, cattlo, fcc. on account of
sickness. For further particulars
call at this oflico or on tho uudor-
sigued. ownor threo miles below
Camp Verde. Josefii Melvin.
VINES AND ROSES,
CaUeferenco II. Hrook. Prescott, Arixona
HIRAM HO WHALL, Propr.
P. O. Box 893.
D. W. PRITCHETT,
.Soutli Side of Plaza'
A ton stamp mill,
condition, will bo sold at a
For particulars apply at this office,
POR FRD1T TREES
Stook-tjiking is now ovar,
and wa havo placod our odda
and onds on tho bargain coun
lar at simply irrisistablo prioos.
You look at 'oin, and you'll say
tho same thing.
Just think, housekeepers,
you now have an opportunity
of buying your table linon,
napkina, towels, lace curtains,
ohauille curttiins, oooshos, glass
toweling, spreids, comforters,
blanknts, and the like at prioos
tliat will onablo you to gat a
larg quantity for vary littlt
ConievMonteamna and Good-win
WILL discount for cash 10
on all merchandise in stores, only excepting groceries anc
grain, which are already down to
2sov is your time to buy Furniture, Olasswaro, ITats, Boots, Shoos
Furnishing Goods, Crockery, Flower i'ots, ete,
-A.T FISHEE'S BLOCK.
r-ronusa Iteoutyins Pl" euro constipation
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clear tho skia and romors all blotchss
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Sent by mail on receipt of price.
ntlss IUtUfTltur Dills cure oonUnaJlnn
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F. Gr. PARKER,
AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL. AT THE
Opposite J. I. Gardner's Store,
Native Pine, Oregon Pine, Redwood, Redwood Shingles, Sasb
Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Etc.
Agent Saginaw Lumber Co., Williams, Ariz.
ARIZONA REAL ESTATE
Loaii Sand In vestment -A.ssociation
XT& DO a general Ileal Estate, Inraranco and Commission Business, ne otiate Loaneand
' ' lnvestments,bnr and sell llealEstate,SUck and Mines. Will P&? taxes fornon-resldent
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We Have Choice Town and Country Properties for Sale,
Improved and Unimproved.
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The reason why sufferers are not cured by physicians and medicines Is because over oo per
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Tho Groat JtiddloBouto across
tno Auiencan Contiuoat.
la eoaaotkHi with Mm railways of ti t
Santo Fe Route.
Liberal Management !
Picturesque Sconery I
Excollent Accommodations I
CWeao . Jirt 7:00 a 5:10 a
4 40 a
Hm ah J
19 il SKp
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1 ho Nateral VIM
.ikr(4y far 1W nmt. ' "
04mct ik aMtet ln.H.n i ... fir.
f lAaiia, r f Awaa. "The City of Uw
"Wt Uw itrMd Fnt ww Carfeo.
8f& asd MarvM at ttte freak of Csaran
trip In the m&saliiet
J intoff t n tfco Itatna of the PrahU.
htde Car aatl (Tiff OwoDen.
j'Sy VVw the UnHti CaatilTer Uririj in
Aworton, anrw it Ceteratle itiror.
IL S. VANSYLCK,
Albonwrnwa. N. M.
Gb. Pa. Att'u
BaeFraaiMo. Cat. and
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T. It. BABKU Gmmcs1 SHpmBtomlttat,
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P.. C. WOODitUFF. (lier
F. M. ifwrpky, Morris Geldwator, W. C.
Hsifom. . i. Frtjilttrioks. 1 TL Wo.w?mtr.
DcxUtrM. Fwnr. of D. M. Parrv A Co..
eevusraen, uotrtKi, joion. J. Lu jfisner.
Transncts a Gonoral Banking bu?-
inoss ioans inatio at reasonable-
rntue. Drafts on all tho principal
cities oi tlio Limed btatos aud for-
oign coutitriue. Money sent by tolo
graph; gold dust and bullion bought
at highest markot rates, iiscrow pa
pers taken caro ol without charge.
A K011 T A A V 1 AfjO
lliU D (111 ll Ul illJAUilU'i
pJCOUTOKATHD 1877. Tke Olileet bank in
HUGO RICHARDS President
E. W. "WELLS VicoPresldont
W. E. HAZELTINE Cashier
UOOO KlOHARIW. W.S.1IK.VD. J. W. SntLIVAJt
B. W. Wuxs. w. E. IUzn.Tt.Ni:
Bank of CaHfornlA AK vhavpiriti
LakliawACo N'KW VOKK
General Bankinjr IJusiuess Transacted
ILVtTS aad Te)ranfeie Uxebanso on all th
JL ttrineinal ohies uf At Unilotl Klates bunch
PRiniiiQ RR!T.nni?.Ti t
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tBQocxi Camp IIorm for tho Accommodation
The 0. K. STOEE
Keeps a full ttapply of
(hioh is bolas sold at Itottom Pricr.
tti$ FurnisniBg Goods, Boots, Shoe Oats, Caps
Staple a&d Faacy Grweries.
A largo sad fimh supply Always on Hand.
JOSEPH DOUGHERTY. Proprietor
TT A ' I' V i '
lit M VI IJ.
Feniwrlj- Martin Maier's.
rt-T?F.OPFATED J'ITJARY 1st.
FRED SiTTK AND FRED SMITH
Tho uow proprietors nnnouuco
that thov will civo tho BEST AC
COMMODATIONS and will spare
uo spaius to ploaso tho public.
GIVE US A CALL.
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Hasciren U the"world his
ncrftotl nerve treatment.
-whioh will positively core
lost mantuMHi, nervoos ue-
buityanu mipolencsr. cob-J
ntlnation. and net directly i
on all nerve frees and n -,
it.uHni. flu4m tit a !iwutliv
Old Dr. Mackenzie.
condition. In bottles of one month's treatment.
guaranteed to enre, $5.
For AV. AV. llSS. FrescotUArix. .
KOOMS TO RKNT.
Hireo furnished rooms, suitable for light hotu-o
keeping- Apply on premises on Marina street,
tareo uoors soutn oi tne jouuon iiouse.
MiXKs ron sale.
rrUIUHE good gold mines tor sale reasonable.
Apply to S. J. HODGDON, Walnut rove.
work, allghtinveet in a tattKiaetory bus
Address 11, X. BENSON, Princeton, Ilia.
OT1fei( '1,,alV "f "'e Colorado, tfee
T Jfff IatreV work oh earth.
WilHaHu w Vmek Siximx (Hi tfeU roaj.
SaaFrantbeo Monn... v
rar Marks Slit each ear. IToreea and
Baiao iron on riht hip In-rrae on left 2!
tier. Postufficeaddrt FLAUSTAFP iJ
J. V. RirOADES, General Uas j
itOrMt MTM v
MESMiN'S FhEHGH FEMALE Pfth
wvuuiii6 wuiiyu nuui ana flujwfk
aa a eictee
modtdno. for laBf
toUet of Ptialni.T
tsalo WeabxM tit
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MESMCr CHKiUOAI CO-
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In the District Court of the Fo4
Judicial District, Territory i
Arizona, County of Yavapai.
Dorotha Adalino Dcau, Plaintiff,
Samuel II. Dean, Defendant,
Sommons No. 2227.
mMjm, raarsa via ((OCX two A
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K Jcnm and nnderbitin
Action brought in the District Court of & v
fourth Judioial District, in and far ft
County of Yavapai, Territory of &
The Territory of Arizona sends ereedse
Samuol U. Dean. .- Ac
You are hereby samrnonod and recwrf;.-
to appear in an action brought against w.
by the above named plaintiff in the Ksaie ;
Conrt of tho Fourth Judicial District. "
and for the Mjunty of lavapai, in tfceT
ritorv of Arixona. and answer th
filed rith the clerk of thia Court at !
cott, in said county, rtfc
ten days, (exclusive of the day of smir
after the service upon von of thissnmiMr
if sorved in this county; but if served t
of the county and -vrituiu the district, S
within twenty days; where persons senia,
of a copy of this Simmons aad complaint f
made out of the Territory, or serricefcy '
publication is made as prorided by law,
within twenty davs after tht completioa.
thereof: in all other caBes-thuty cays. 1)
And von are herebv notitted inXU VOU -V
fail to appearand answer the compaxai f
above requirea, tne piainim nu iaw Ari
m.int lv dnfnnlt a gainst vou and costs
lefault against you and costs as.
disbursements in this behalf expended.
disbursements in tnis oenau expenucu. . rrj
Given under my hand and tho seal of a ?V
rsKAX.1 Couit, at Prescott, this 23d day d 005.
January, i. a., io. t
A. J. Hebsdos, Clert . ,
It. H. Morrison, Attorney for Plaintiff, gf
Notice for Publication.
U. S. LAND OFFICE
rrescott, Arizona, Ja oirr W
Notice is hereby riven that tho f oJlowiscawi
pettier baa filed notice of hia intention tone
nual proof in support of 1ns claim, andt&K
nmnf will Iu muli) Miim thn Its?iliT isdlK
ceiver at Prescott, Arizona, on Satuniaj; W
ary 21. lgtH.riz : Jo3h Thorbekn, Hotw
Appbcation No. 529 for the SET ciSWX
HH of SB U.c!ionl5,aBdNE4 of NEJi.W
tion 22, twp 13, N U 2 W.
He names the following -witnesses to ptott
continnoas residence noon and cnltitsaai
said land. Tiz Vhilip HoOTer, 7m.N,K?5
Thomas Thompson, nthony A. Johns a
tTescott, Arizona. .
First publication, January 17. lfHi-
Notice for Publication.
Land Office at lREscoTr. Awzow.
Jannarr 13, ,
Notieo is herebr iti ven that the following a?4
settler has filed notice of his intention to
final proof in support of his claim aaauw
oroof will bo mstlo before the heewter ad
ceiver at Preeeott. Arizona, on SansrUAT. ia
31. ISM, viz: William H Dennj. Uvmte
pbeation No. 71, for the northeast quarter w
tion 25, township IS N K 6 W. u
lie namee the louowim; witnesses io pr: -j
ooatinuous residence iroon aad caiuriu "
said lanti. viz.: L. Wollenberff. of .rwwi
II Plommer. of Junitr. Arizona; J A-
otJunlpor, Artaooa., tWill
Krst pnbJicatiou Jan. 21 . 3
Notice for Publication.
r S. Land Office at Prescott. Arizona,
January '23, ISM. ' 1
VniiH is bftrobv riven that the followinf r
nanied sottlor has filed notice of his inten- .
tion to make final proof in support of hi
claim, and that said proof -will be made w-,
forotnoKeeistorandlieceuorat neswm- p
Arizona, on Saturday. March 31, 1S, yu-
John A. Bozarth, homestead nppUcation :IT
811, for the NH SEVi .SWVi of SBH. g -
NEk of S WH Section 19, twp IS Mi
H nnniM h ffviiowinir witucaseawp1""
his continuous residence upon and .fEJS" .
tion of said land, v.; uoy iienneii, "
inm G. Shook. John F. Graver, WiOiasa.1.
Donny, nil of Juniper. Aruona. .
Jan. 31. J- itAww . ltegister.
Kotice for Publication.
1'reeeott, Ari , Janaarjr 30,189t.
that the folluwine- "
.i titter has "let
V.w? nollni nS hlt intpntUia
r.v anal nroof m support of lus claim, ms
M.rok W 1S. vi : tlhior Fosli, Iiomestesl
StSWSs . the . H of K. h.
tho following witnesses. tt prove aa
ntinaance residence upon, and cultivation of.
Miid lancl, viz: Alex. O. Brodio, Michael J.
Hickw, r'nxl. G. Brecht, of Prescott, Ani?.
Thomas ihwoh, of Baeno.Ariz. .
Krt publication, Jan: SI. 1SC1.
Notice for Tublicatlon.
U. S. LAND OFFICE AT -Preecott,
Aria., January 29, 1S9.
Notice is hereoy given mat tne iouoww
named settler lias flkHl notice of his inteatw
to make final proof in support of hw clata.
that said proof will be made bofore the IwfV
and Keeeiver at Prescott. Ark . on Satafw-
Maroh 81, 1S91, viz: Osman E aiKer. ivf
stead Application No. 7S1 for the S H of y S'
H and W. H of S. W. H. Sec. 11, Twp. 11 H'8-.
4W. ..... .
He names Uie following witnesses to pro" "7
continuanco residence upon, and caltiaug g
said land, viz: Thomas It. Floumoy. J-JVS?
Conghran, William Boberts. Thorn Aad
allot Slnraons, Arii. m.
J. V, JUUUWt
First publication, Jan. SI, 1SW-
Is hereby Riven that the
owns the stock aad brand
owned by Henry Hemner. aad a
sons nre waw.l not to iaterfVc
or moiest any carUe brantlea t'V"'.;.--'
od. Ear inarps .WtWtKA&.
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