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a,- . J . Hk-'-1 s&$ffi&siisM MMm&mr-.mxmi'.m'U- t" .. : .'' .'' ' , . -.- . .?.; . . -JrY - er ic: ., ja . . . ..' K A 6- THE S UIN -DEMOOKAT. rUBUSIIED EVEUV tiiuksday. It. II. & .1. E. .JONEtv- Edltors and Publishers Entered at the i'ostodlce at FlagstaO, Arizona, a Second-clasa Matter.- SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year r 2 10 Bix Months 125 Three Months "R . Slnplo copies 10 cents; two copies Iftcents; alt over two copies. tH cents cncli. Advertising rates Riven upon application. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1897. It won't "do to lean on the of late politicians. promises rnosPEHiTY is a long time reajhlujr the common people. Wabk Hanna will start a Klondike in Obio, In next month. Convict labor should not be placed In competition with free labor. The greatest prosperity that could : strike Arizona would be statehood. The man who leads an honest life don't Hud as much competition as the one who leads a dishonest life. The Yavapai County Reporter, pub lished at Jerome, has been leased by F. S. Jackson & II. W. J celyu. The mi net's strike, at Pittsburg, Pa., lias ended mid tho thousands of strik ers that were itllu so long aru, now at work. AoMiKisTiiATioN plums tiro ripen ning very fast, now. and disappoint .incut follows every olio that, is .gathered. The dog killer ami "tho city council of Pbocuix. have the, umleviacti at--tcullon of the Gazette and Republican if that city. TiiEitE is no doubt that there will be more miles of railroad built in Ari zona in tho next twelve months than any Southwestern state or territory. Now .that I lie conspirators have fuu dnd'tlii'se illegal MmiiiiU uijd have usurped powers which do not belonj; to them, they mlglit as well complete the farce nnd levy it tax for their pay ment, Yes, they might as well com plete the farce nnd do this. f(ir there, is not a Mipurvlsor now elected nnd there "never will be" one elected but who will spend his natural life in jail befo're he will vote to levy a .nx on our people for tilts unjust debt. The men of Yav apai do not elect such men to office, either republicans or democrats. Such infamous proceedings have to come from imported adventurers or rene gades who have been repudiated by their homo parly and people ami .who, like Judas Iscariot, have for coin, be trayed those who lifted them from ob scurity nnd nothingness Presoott Courier. Of IIH TERRITOEIAL line The public press has catered to tho corporations, monopolies nnd money powers for the sake of n few crumbs, until these monsters have concluded they haven bill f sale of them. The establishment of postal saving banks will bo recommended by Post master General Gary at the next ses sion of Congress, mid im doubt a law will be enacted establishing the same. ; , The poor man who earns a living for himself and family by honest toil, should not have work taken away from bim and given to convicts, thereby dfl priving him of the means of making au honest living. Yavapai county officials are about 125 in the shade, and the heat increas ing, over tho action of the Territorial Loan Commission, funding tho "Yava apai county railroad bondc." The Yavapai ofllclalg claim that suit is pending over the validity of some of the bonds and that the Commission should have waited for the decision of the court before acting in this matter. -This oillce is in receipt of Vol. 1, No. 1 of the Arizona Trailer, piihljshed at SnlTord, Graham count' by Uonuny & Hunter, Tho first thing for tho Trailer to do is to trail up a good com positor and proof render and the ed itors will do the rest. We wish tho Trailer may trail up prosperity in car load lots, and continue on tho trail for many years. " Safford has two newspapers. Tucson is to have a street car in the near future. Thomas Hughes has leen appointed postmaster at Tucson.- John J. Hodnett has caught the postofllcH plum atTempn. ' T, E. Jordan has lately been com missioned ns postmaster at Jerome. Bisbee is completing one of the linest Masonic buildings, in the Terri tory. T. M. Earnlmrt, a member of the board of supervisors of Yavapai coun ty, has resigned. A. J. Phillips of Phoenix has been aircled on it i barge of trying to burn his confectionery store. The railroad bonds of Yavapai coun ty to the amount of $260,000 has been funded by Gov. McCord and Secretary Akers. A train of thirteen carloads of cat tle were shipped last night from Glen- dale to Denver. This is the first shipment of consequence' that has lefl tho valley in some weeks on account of the scarcity of cattle in this part of the country. Phoenix Gazette. Cbas. .Berry was brought in last evening from Williams, suffering from a stroke of lightning. He was en gaged in a horso rodeo In Cataract caiiyon, near Mooney's Falls, when lightning struck within forty feet of him. the shock rendering bim uncon scious for three days. He is unable to see yet. Prcscotl Joumal-Mluei. Judge A. O. Noycs has a crab apple tree In bis jard which is a recotd breaker. He has picked 465 pounds from it, selling $14.50 wor'h for cash, besides using nil bis family required, and giving some to bis neighbors, and It still has about twenty-live pounds on it. If there is a crab apple treo in Territory which can beat this record just let its owuer speak. Prescott Jouannl-Mincf. County Treasurer Burke receivtd today from tho board of supervisors the duplicate assessment roll. The Like MUousncsj, dy.peFsta, headache, consti pation, sour stomach. Indigestion are promii cured by Hood's Pills. They do their wuj. .Hi od's Pills eas'ly and thoroughly. Best after dinner pllli. 25 cents.- All druRglsU. Prepared by C. I. Hood to Co., Lowell, Mast. Ibe only Till to take with Hood's Sarsair!IM. The argument of repudiating a debt Is very thin if tho validity of said .debt Is. doubtful, as is the case in the Yava pai county railroad bonds. The lax payers can better afford the Improper appellation of repudintors than tn pay an illegal and unjust debt. Calling the tax-payers of Coconino county im proper and unmerited names will not influence them to pay a debt they do not owe Because 'a man refuses tn pay a debt that lie, don't believe, he owes is no reason that he should be called a repudbttor or a dishonest man. Chamberlain's colic, cbolory ami diarrhoea remedy always affords prompt relief. For sale by D., J liratineu's drug store. NOTICK FOIt PUnMCATION. Xtld. Eutry 1291.1 Land Orricu at PntscoTT. Aaizf I bept.7.1697. 1 Notice Is hereby given that the following named settler has tiled nutlca ot his Inten tion to make final proof In support ot his cfulm.and thatsald proof will be madn be fore the clerk of tho probato court at ringstatr, Arizona, on October 10. lt7, v(z: Claudo K. Huckett. for the XM N V and NH NEX. Sec. 3J.T SI N. It E. He names tho following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultiva tion of, (-aid laud, viz: , Charles J. Howard, Thomas A. Frjc, James A. Mursliull, Charles Smlth.-all of Flagstatr. Arizona. KREDEUICK A. TltITI.E,'Jr., ItcRlster. IF Vy WANT T MAKE MONEY Get a Stiddy Jol V in the Mint'.!.. But IF Y0H WANT T SAVE MNEY r Buy a Bill of Material of US; -y-. ..; - - Notice for rubltcutlon. lid. Entry, 1290.1 Land Orrtca at I'KescoTT. Amz., I - Sept. T, tsar, f Notice Is hereby given thjit the followlng named settler has filed nottco of his' Inten tion to wake final proof In kupport nf his claim, and that tatd proof will bo mndo bo foro clerk of prolate court ut Flagstaff, Ariz., on October 10. 1SS7. viz: Millard O. Love, for the 8H NWX and 8( NEK Bc 20. T21N.K0E. He names the following witnesses to prove bis continuous residence upon, and cultiva tion of. said land, viz: James A. Marshall, Charles Smith, Thomas A. Frye. Charles J. liowfiid. all (,f Flaiistaff, Arizona. t ItbbEUlCK A. TU1TLE. Jr., Register. '. BUILD YOURSKLF A HOUSE , GET MARRIED, AND STOP PAYING RENT. -v. , OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO,, 4 , ... - -'i '" - tfi If '$& taxes due and mentioned therein nmount to 134,308.29. which amount includes special school tax of district No. 1 of 2,(M7.74. Tho first letter opened by Mr. Burke at bis office to day contained cheeks from Mr. II. J Allen, financial agent, at the United Verde Copper Co, , to tho amount of $13,600.72 in payment of the compa ny's taxes. Prescott Courier. Notice For l'ubllcntton. (.Homestead Entry No. 070. LANDOiriCE AT 1'IIESCOTT, ARIZ.. I X August SO, 181)7. f Notice Is hereby given that tho following- named settler has filed notlco of his Inten tion to make final proof In support of bis claim, and ! hut sulci proof will tie made be fore the Clerk of the l'robato Court at Flag staff. Ariz., on October lr, viz; David W. Barter'of Flagstaff, Ariz.', for the NF.!4 Soc. 3i.Twp.23NH6 K. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultiva tion of, said land, viz: Uonjamln Lang, James A. Marshall, Henry W. Smith. Arthur II. Ucasley, all of Flagstaff, Arizona. FUEDEUIUK A.TUITLE, Uoglster. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. Notice for Publication. , ' Did You Ever. Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your t troubles? If not, get a bottle now and get reliof. This medicine -has been found to bo peculiarly adapted to the relief and cure of. all Female Complaint, exerting a wonder ful direct Influence in giving strength and tone to the organs. If you' have 1588 of Appetite, CoDitipatton, Head ache, Fainting Spells, or are Nervous, Sleepless, Excitable, Melancholy or troubled with DIzzf Spells, Electric Bitters Is the medicine yon heed. Health and strength arc garranteod by Itsuse. Fifty cents and fl.OO at JDr. D.J. Bannen's Drug Store. .-.' fSlOO Howard 8,100. Tho readers of ihls paper will bo pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to euro in all its glazes, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a Constitutional disease, requires a con stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting di rectly upon tho blood and raucous sur faces of the system, thereby destroy ing tbe foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by build ing up the constitution and assisting nature In doing Its work. Tho pro prietors have so much faith in Its cura tive powers, that they offer One Hun dred Dollars f6r any case that It falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Add., F. J. Chiney & Co., Toledo,Q. 'Sold by druggists 76a Yl tiaii;s,J!amii; mis are toe uest. lid. Entry No. 1297.J XiAKD OttVi AT PheoCUTT, ARIZ., I, August SS. 1891. ) Notice Is hereby given that tho followlng natnod settler has filed notlco of his Inten tion to make flnxl proof In support of bis claim, and that said proof will bo made be fore tho' Clerk of Probata Court, at t lag- stHlT. Ariz., on October 8. 1837. viz: Charles y. Howard, for tho Stf SEU Sec. 20 Twp. 21 N. rango S cost. He names tho following witnesses to nrovo his continuous residence upon, and cultiva tion ot. t-ald land. 'Viz: Cluudo E. Iluckett, Wllllard O. LnvcClols Street, Tim Crowley, all ot Flagstaff, Arizona. KUMJUIUK A. TUITLE. Ueglster. Notice for Publication. , Ulomestend Entrr No- 7701 tlMiTtD Btatks Land Office, I 1'hksoott. Ariz.. Aug. 10. 1897. f Notlco Is hereby given that tho following named settler has filed nottco of her Inten tion to make final proof In support of her claim, and that said proof will be made be fore the Clerk of Probato Court at Flagstaff, ArU., on Friday. September 21. 1807, viz. MarlaJ. Lockwood.fortheSEK.Sec.8, Twp. 30 N. Range 7 E. She names the following witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon, and cultiva tion of. Mild land, viz: Alexander J.Dla rnond. Nell Patter-on. John It. Smith, William J. Watson, all ot Flagstaff. Arizona FKEDK1CK A. TMTLE, Begtstcr. Notice for Publication. IHometteod Entry No. 8(4.1 Lawd Omci at Prbsoott, Ariz. I August 27, 1897. f Notice Is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of bis Inten tion .to' make final proof In support of bis claim, and that said proof will be made before Clerk of Probate Court at Flagstaff Arizona, on October 8. 1887, vis: Green How ard, for the SK NEW and NM 8EM See. 30, Twp.l5,N. B. HE. Ho names tbe following witnesses to prove his continuous residence noon, and cultiva tion ot, said land viz: John F. Daggs, Fletch er Falrcblld, Daniel M. Francis, Oscar V. Ward, all of Flagstaff; Arizona. FREDERICK A. TRTTLE, Register. 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