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VOL. V, NO- 21
HOLBROOK, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1900.
$2,50 PER YEAR.
V
Santa ffeRoiif el
TIME TABLE
Effect Moo. 9, 1899.
STATIONS.
No. 1.
No
-- I
1U 00 l.v Chicago
JO :0 a Kansas City
3 20 a Denver
7 30 u Pueblo
4 2" u La J llntu
UO'i p Albuquerque. . .
12 50 u' Grants
2 31 u Wiugnte
Ar
H 00
7 00
IHI p
r lu p
II .ill a
11 .10 a
l.v 11 OA i
Í5 ' :
a j n (inliiip ..
' i' ;
4 aj a Naznjo Springs
2 S V
i 4.1 u niiiuruülí l 33 i
Tl r.l 1. I'01I71IA 1 'f
oí a Joseph city i Ii p i
7 O.i a- Winslow 12 35 p '
7 5H a C ailon Diablo 11 29 u !
9 2S
.. llngstaü'...
111 S7
11 12 a ....
12 35 p l.v.
12 45 p ....
2 10 p
3 45 p . . . .
5 50 p . . . .
w illiains. . .
. . . . Asb Fork . . .
1'itcillc I init.
. . .Selegmnii . . .
.Peach Springs
Kingniau. .
Needles
Kuifdail....
20 a i
.
3 5o a
io is i
3 is ii
I 32 p
12 55 a Burstow
3 15 a Ar .Mojuva....
B 25 a I.os Angeles. .
12 5j p San Diego...
ii 45 p San Francisco
10 10 a
10 10 a
8 10 a
ft 30 p
12 35 p Lv Ash Fork Ar
2 45 ii Jerome Jc
7 oo a
4 55
50 p '.Y.'.'.'.'.'. icongress jc.'.V.".";!'.'. 12 11 u I
SI 40 p Ar Pueuix Lv 9 00 p
Xo. 3. the "Chicuge Flyer," leavos Chicago I
Tuesdays, Wednesdays. Thursdays and
Saturdays at H:00 p. m.,urrivingat Albiiquer-
lue Thursdays. Fridays, Saturdays and Mon-
tliiys at 11 :00 a. ni., aun Los Angeles t rinays, I
Saturdays. Sundays and Tuesduys at .
n. in. The opposite run, No. 4, leuves Los !
Au-eles Satuitluys, Sundays. Tuesdays and .
1 hursdays at h:oo p. in., arrives at v íiisloiv
i:3tl u. ni. and AlhiHiueruiie 11:03 p. m. second I
.'V. 'V"'!fl?.l.B":n,.-:-:.15 .s'Ld.'i
fastest train across the continent. Pullman
uleeiiei'ü dininc nut riliNPrvntinn pnr mid
buffet smoker are the tinest made. The I shooters, the newcomer puts her up
smoker is provided with a barber shop and' .
the latest newspapers and periodicals can for a Sizzling Success. Tillies,
be read free of charge. i
Trains Nos. 1 and l is the regular Dnily The Star can now state that it is
Overland Express and runs every tlay in the I . .
jear. This train is equipped to accomodate ! practically settled that the prelinu
passeugers traveling on all classes of tickets, i . . , . . . .
Jt carries Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars : nary steps have- been taken which
through from I3 Angeles to Chicago, and i n .
also Vestibuled Pullman Tourist Sleeping "as for its purpose the construction
Cars. In aidition to these it carries a Ke- i r r;irrvnil frr.ni flit finlF r.f r"ili
cliniiig Chair Cur no extra charge being;01 a railroad IrOUl tlie Lrlllt OIMall-
made for seats.
Tho Grand Canyon of the Colorado, the
Mociui Nillages and the Petrified Forest in
Arizona can be reached only via this line.
Folders and descriptive books will be fur
nished on application.
JOHN J. BYRNE.
xeiieral Passenger Agent,
Lus Angeles, Cal.
H. L. RHODES. Local Agent,
U;ilbrook, A. T.
Holbrook St. Johns í
Spp'ville
Stage - Line.
I.VII K. I U.UX, Proprietor.
TIME TABLE.
Leave HolbrooU daily 9:30 a. m
Arrive Holbrook " 5:00 p. m
PASSENGER FAKE.
Holbrook to Woodruff 11. to Concho i4:50,
to St. Johns ? V. to Springerville $s.
Return ticket Holbrook to Woodruff f 1.50.
to Concho to St. Julius f 10, to Siiringer
villefU. Missionaries half rate; must show their
credentials.
College students half rate.
Fifty pounds of baggage allowed each
liassenger.
KXPKES3 KATES.
25c for all packages under lOlt) to any point,
r'rom Holbrook to Woodruff lc per pound
over 1011".
From HolbrooU to Concho 2c per iwiiiid
over loin.
From Holbrook to St. Johns 2'í per pound 1
overlOlh.
rrom Holbrook to Spriugervllle S'2c per I
pound over 10:Ij.
no more passengers or pui'Kurs in lieu ;
"dead head" unless by speciul order from !
I). K. Udall. I
All cash sent at owner's risk. I
rUk.
a ii . - i i
shipped at owner's risk.
.hVned'rt own-sVisk. "r
Not responsible for loss or damnire of live !
fowls and aaimals in trun pjrtution.
StOD-OVer PPiVilegeS aa,.ydfUreka mmindlf1tncV. The lm,!!
noint on the line. Fiftr ooiimls of bar&rai?e
carried free for each full-fare ticket.
GOOD MEALS AND ACCOMMODATIONS
furnished at tlie Station and Woodruff.
FIRST-CLASS CONVEYANCES, goed teams,
earefnl and accommodating drivers.
EXPRESS CARRIED to all points alone
the line at low rates.
For full particulars inquire of any of our
agents or postmasters along the line.
John R. Hulet, Agent, Holbrook.
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ARGUS.
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THE INTERESTS OF
Navajo County.
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HOLBROOK, - ARIZONA.
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The easiest and most effective
method of purifyiug the blood and
invigoratiug the system is to take
DeWitt's Little Farly Risers, the
famous little pills for cleansiug the
liver and bowels. F. J. Wattron.
: t - Interesting Bits of Information Gath-
j I
The Santa Fe Pacific depot and
warehouse and several cars loaded
1 i 1 . t ' :
li ii 4-uiti v ei o win iikí íxl -iviuiiuiau
Saturday morning.
I 1 he santa r e I acilio railroau has
i i : a l r r l l
repiaceu us irachinen ironi jwiip
to
the needles with Japanese, SO I
savs the
.Aiouquerque ..ews; nut
the crew here are Xavajos, except
the foreman.
Tt will bo i nf prpst m or f.n nntn
that
oil has been recently discovered in
Mohave county near, the Colorado.;
It may be that Arizona will soon be-1
come lamous lor her . oil liekls as
we' as ner Sld, silver and copper.
I The rebuilding of the Cauyon 1
Diablo bridge is timslied. 1 he t
bridare has been . entirely built of i
steel from the piers up.-
When test-
ed, tWO 80-tOll
locomotives
caused
stand-
1
Í but a slight deflection
when
. . .
ing 1U the Center. .
The average trlobe
suloou is a ,
. . .... . ,
Warm thing.' With the
p i
army 1U Iront, a corps
salvation :
of piano i
ti , c u
minutéis m
rear, an army of
roof, accompanied -
torn cats ou the
by a half dozeu enthusiastic crap !
' forma to Tucson, thence to Phoenix
with a brauch to the coal fields.
This lino will connect both Tucson
aud the capital city with tide water. !
Tucson Star.
The Lone Pine
group of
mines
in trraham countj have
recently
I been sold to the Turn Bull syndi
cate of Safford, for a consideration
I of over 20,000. This property lies
'about fifteen miles south of Ft.
1 Thomas and was owned by Albriton
I & Sous and W; H. Dunman. It is a
copper proposition carrying ore
about 35 per cent., and is regarded
as one of , the most promising pro
perties in the district.
On last Monday a false report to
the effect that Sheriff Beeler had
been killed by the outlaws him aud ; ed as a result of the examination,
his posse are following, reached our j The chances of promotion are escel
town. But- the midnight mail j lent, as hitherto cadets have been
brought a d'upatch from the sheriti"! ra'ised in rank as soon as eligible,
stating that two other men were Application blanks -and further in
killed and a third wouuded by the j formation may be obtained from the
gang in an engagement near the j civil service department, Washing
Mexico line. Later reports from i ton, D. C. .
Sheriff Boplpr stnto that, hie nrvsaa ia I
. . r.
UOW on the trail of three Of the I
gang having eight horses, coming
. , , , , í ti tt i -i
back northward. ht John Herald.
. . , ,
orK has beguu on a railway to
he built from Seligmao, Arizona, on
the Santa Fe Pacific, southwest 80
miles to the Hillside mines and the
for a quarter of the distance will
follow the grade of the abandoned
Prescott & Arizona Central railway
that some years ago connected Pres
cott with the Santa Fe at Seligmau.
Tl,n n.n.nnln. P U . . 1
xuu utuiu iiuuniri ui wic new - umu
. r j -vv- -i,
ia iugeuti uictuy yj -tun. uroiuer 01
Captain "Bucky" O'Neill who was
killed at Cuba, leaving his -brother
a valuable estate in Arizona.- Sil
ver Belt.
William Sidaw, the Globe butcher,'
j who is iu the city purchasing cattle
for his ír.eat market, today received
a telegram announcing the killing
of his foreman, Archie Bortnez. last
uight, while the latter was in bed.
Who the murderer was is unknown,
Muui-imuawru uu.ameu as t'
his identity. ao cause can be
attributed to the deed as deceased
was a hearty good fellow and was
held in high esteem by all of his
menu?. Jlr. oiuaw win leave lor
r . -u. fiM -ui
Globe at once to investigate the
killing and attend the burial of the
remains of the uufortuuate man.
Enterprise.
J. C. Kennedy, Roanoke, Tenn.,
says, "I cannot say . too much for
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. One
box of it cured what the doctors
called an incurable ulcer on my jaw.
Cures piles and all skin diseases.
Look out for worthless imitations.
F. J. Wattron.
According to the Bulletin, first
class brick-clay has been found on
the Judia ranch near Solomonville,
and that samples have been made
that are Xo. 1 red brick.
After a business trip through Ari-
7A1J1
W. Moore Clayton, local
manager ot LSraastreet s agency,
has returned to the cit'. He found
business very good in Arizona- Al
buquerque Citizen.
About a month ago, Harry Arkills
lost an arm in the box factory at
Williams. Having recovered, he re-
j turned to work in the factory and j
a few days ago, lost several fingers:
f s remaining hand, says the. Wil-
liams News. i
lheluma Sentiuel reports that;
I ornas, a colored man, in charge
of two carloads of hogs - being
shipped from Texas to L?s Angeles,
was found dead by the
side of the
railroad track near Sentinel. He is
supposed to have fallen from the
top of a car. -
Lee Garami, aged aboi.t 3" years,
committed suicide in Prescott last
Tuesday. He died about 2:30 p. in.
He is said to have taken at 8 a. m.
one ounce of laudanum r.nd teu
grains of morphine. This was not
found . out until 11 o'clock when
physicians were called in and all
possible done to save the man, but
the poison had gotten too much the
start of them.
Gammil was in
despondent mood and had threat-
oned to kill himself, but it was not
considered that he would carry his
rasn tnreat into execution. newasjpoiut 920 sheep were admitted,
a quiet and well disposed man. ; most of them for grazing. Steers
Prescott Courier. ; constituted the bulk of the cattle
On the 17th, 18th and 19th 0f entries.
May an examination will be held There will be a large movement
at the postoffice, Albuquerque; for I of cattle throughout southern Ari
the position of cadet in the revenue j zona aud Sonora this season, says
cutter service. The position pays the Oasis. The recent raius have
6500 a 3'ear and rations for the first j put the ranges iu good condition
two years. Then conies the chance j and stock is looking fine. Henry
of promotion to captain at ?2,500 a: Levin, the Xogales cattle broker,
year, first lieutenant at $1,800 a has already listed 10,000 head of
year, or second lieutenant at 1,200 ' Sonora and Arizona rauge cattle for
a year. Six cadets will be appoint--! sale and will probably handle more
1.1 ."I A "IT I
The so called mummy caves of
Arizona, from which mummies have
been taken, are said to be verj- inter
esting and elaborate in their struct
ure. One is known as Mummy cave
ruin, and is in Del Miierto Cauyon,
and is known to the Xavajos today j culture gave a hearing one day last
Tn ; b; Tim HUiiniinm,iniuwli to rpn resell t a t i vpr nf ilrno
Citizen says that it stands about!
jhty feet above the bed ; of the
canyon on the face of the cliff, with
a commanding view and is placed iu
a natural weathering.- It is believed
! that originally there were twenty
-ii i ,
rooms in the western cave, and four-
teen . can be distinguished today.
In the eastern cave about forty-four
can be distinguished, and is estima -
ted that originally the ruia repre-
sented about ninety rooms, afford-
ing a home possibly for sixty people
Manv of the rooms are twentv feet
j wide an,i fifteell feet ou au(j were
I tvo ,stories yh. What is called
tU6 easU,rri enve, or the mummy
Lav-e is today a most picturesque
! ruill aU(l steps have been taken bv
the govcrfiient for its
preservation.
The houses of stone are packed
under the great cliff, where the
sto.ie has weathered out and the
P ll - t 11 . II
I tailing ruin uas sioeo materially in
-
; forming the talue that reaches down
covered with the stones used by the
ancient builders, to the bottom of
the canyon. Windows and doors
remain intact in many rooms and
the stories can readily be traced by
standing walls. If these picturesque
ruins were in some valley in Egypt
they would attract the attention of
thousands, but here they are visited
by the student aud the scientific
uieu alono and by an occasional
tourist who strays into the region.
Interest to Stockmen.'
A big movement of Mexican cattle
iinto the United States will begin
tins week-, lhe hierra Aladre rail
road has been called on to supply
3'X) stock cars for cattle to bo load-
j ed at Dublan and Terrazas stations
! ou the Sierra Madre line.
Iii a supplemental report in re
gard to grazing sheep on the Uin
tah forest reserve in Utah, Forest
Supervisor Geo. T. Bucher takes the
ground that the grazing of 200,0'J0
sheep on the reserve last season was
beueficial rather than otherwise.
The Kansas board of agriculture
has ready for distribution a volume
entitled "Forage and Fodders,"
treating of the growth and use of
! alfalfa, Kaffir corn, sorghum, clov
ers, soy
bonus atd
native grasses.
If Coburn wrote it, the book should
be valuable.
It is reported that a great many
cattle were drowned in the flood
j from the breaking of the Austin
! dam last week. One man is said to
; have lost every one ia a bunch of
700 head he was grazing in a pas
ture in the lower Colorado valley.
West Texas Stockman.
Sunday Ryan Bros, made a deliv-
j ery to H. D. Rogers, of Siegal -Sau-
ders company, of 859 head of cows,
; which will be shipped to Portales, j
X. M., to go into pastures near
j there. Kyan Bros, have four addi- j
j tional trainloads of cattle gathered j
; and same will be driven in for ship-
ment as rapidly as possible. I
Last month's importations of cat !
ürt froln Mm(,,. aLrrpffi(4 oq,q!
hend, of which 2,074 were entered at !
Bisboe and Xogales. Of the re-
maiuder C85 came in at E Paso and
50 at- San Diego. At the latter
before the end of the season.
Following is t he treatment recom
mended by Col. Albert Dean for
cattle affected with lice: One pint
of coal oil to a gallon of cottonseed
oil aud a small quantity of sulphur;
mixed. Eun this well along the an
imal's back on both sides of the
spine and up close to the horns; a
pretty good application. Thus ap
plied it will finally pretty well run
over most of t he animal's body aud
rid it of the lice.
The senate committee ou agri-
manufacturers who are opposing
i free distribution of blackleg vaccine
bv the department of agriculture.
The western members of the com
mittee, Messrs. Heitfeld,- Haus
brough, Allen, Foster and WarreiT,
urged that the department be- sus-
tamed in its action and that the full
I appropriation for conducting the
: bureau of animal industry, by
j which the distribution is made, be
allowed as provided by the house
j bill. This was agreed to and free
i distribution of blackleg vaccine to
i stockmen of the western states -w;ll
i be continued.
' Thero have been years in the his
tory of Arizona during -which she
1 has not had so many rains as have
! fallen in the last three weeks. Two
i to eight showers a day have been
the rule of late. There is - now an
! abundance of water for all branches
!! . t.l j
; oi liuiusi ry, and mo indications -are
that the coming summer will be a
; season of general prosperity thro'out
the territory. With the sheep and
cattle men the effect of the raius
j has been of the lightning chauge
variety. A month ago the dismal
1 outlook would almost tempt a sheep
: man to give the herd away, while
today that same herd looks as good
to him as stock iu the United Verde,
i Jerome Hustler.
I Everyone should read the Arous.
I - -
L cream
Jt
Is a pure baking powder
no alum, lime or ammonia.
No acid but that from grapes
which is pure, pleasant and
healthful enters into Dr Price's
Baking Powder
Fruit acids are accounted by
hygienists the most important of
the elements of the food of man,
and of these the acid of the grape
is most prominent
Dr. Price's Cream Baking
Powder is not only the most effi
cient and perfect of leavening
agents but owing to its constitu
ents is likewise promotive of health.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO
CHICAGO. Tetter, Snlt-Klicitin ami Kc.enta.
The intense itching and smarting
incident to these disease, is iustauly
allayed by applying Chamberlain's
Eye and Skin Ointment.- Many
very bad cases have been permanent
ly cured by it. It is equally efiicieut
for itching piles and a favorite rem
edy for sore nipples, chapped hands
chilblains, frost biles -and chtonic
sore eyes. 25cts. per box. For sale
by F. J. Watt ron druggist.
Ho! For .The Grand Canyon!
The Santa Fe and Graud Canyon
railroad is now in operation from
Williams, Arizona, to Anitas Junc
tion, Arizona, a distance of 47 miles.
The railroad is under construction
from Anitas Junction to the head
of Bright Angel Trail on the rim of
the Grand Canon, a distance of 2(1
miles. Pending t ho completion of
the railroad, the stage will meet the
trains at Anitas Junction and carr
passengers to the hotel near the
head of Bright Angel Trail. The
time schedule between Williamsand
Bright Antrel is as follows:
Train leaves Williams dnily 12:30 p m
Arrives at Anitas J unction 8:00 p in
Stage leaves Anitas Junction 3:00 p m
arrives nt Kright Angel 6:00 p m
" leaves Ili-lfrh A "eel 1 .30 p m
Train arrives at Williams n:30pm
Kound trip from W illiams to Bright Arise
f 10.00
From Flagstaff
Winslow
k Holbrook
" Navajo Springs.
12.50
15.00
10.00
23.00
iiollup.
. .2.1.00
H. L. Rhodkb. Airent.
Holbrook, . T.
j First publication May 5 Last June u.
I Xoticc For 1'iiblicatioii. .
Land Office at Prescott, Ahiz..
. April 23. 1HO0.
Notice is hereby given that the following
' nnuied settler has tiled notice of his iuteti
j tiou to make final proof in support of his
! claim, and that said proof will be made be
j fore Clerk of tiie Probate Court, at Hol
! brook, Ariz., ou June 2, 1900. viz: Thomas
i'Tobin, for the lots 3 and I and e'a sw' sec-
tion 30, township 21 north, range 1! east.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, and cultiva
' tiou of. said laud, viz:
Ben Williams Will William-;. Ed. Chandler,
i Winslow, Ariz., and Win. Armhruster, of
: Holbrook, Ariz.
Fbedeuk-k A. Tuiti-e, Register.
j First publication April 21 Last May 26.
Xotice J-'or F nbliaatioii .
j Land Office at Pbescjtt. Arizona,
i . . April 16. 1WJ0.
. Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has hied notice of his intention
to make filial proof in support of his claim,
and that said proof will be made before Clerk
of the Probate Court nt Holbrook, Arizona
on Mav 26. 1900. viz: Thomas H S,.l f I i
den, Arizona, for the ne'j and lots 2, 3
und 4, section 6, township 10 north, range
21 east.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, and cultiva
tion of. said land, viz:
Edward L. Goodman. William E. Goodman.
Lars Peterson, J. E. Paulus. all of Linden,
Arizona. FuEDEMrK A. Tritle, Jr.,
Register.
Note. There are many cheap baking powders
made of alum. Liebig, the celebrated
chemist, savs that alum disorders the
stomach and causes acid ity and dyspepsia.
I "After suffering from piles for
fifteen years I was cured after using
: two boxes of DeWitt's Witch Hazel .
; Salve," writes W. J. Baxter, North
Brook, N. C. It heals everything,
j Beware of couutetfeits. F. J.
Wattron. .
j First publication April 21 Last May 26.
Xotice For Publication.
Land Offii-k at Phbscott. Arizona,
April IB, 1900.
Notice is hereby given th'it the following
! named settler has tiled notice of his inten
tion to make filial proof in support of his
, eluim, and that said proof will lie made be
! fore Clerk of the Probate Court at Hol-
brook, Arizona, on May 26. 1(100, viz: Edward
L. (Joodman. of Linden, Arizona, for the n'j
nel.,, lie1:, nwf-4 anil lot 1. section 1H, township
I 10 north, raug-e 21 cast.
1 He names the following witnesses to prove
; his continuous residence upon, .and cultiva
tion of, said hind, viz:
I Thomas B. Saul. William Goodman. Lars
I Peterson, J.E. Pnuliis. all of Linden, Arizona.
FUEDKKICK A. THITLE, JB.
Register.
First publication April 23 Last July 7.
Notice.
U. S. Land Okficjs at Phesoott Arizona,
April 21, 1900.
To wh'Mn it may concern: -
Notice is hereby given that the Santa Fe
Pacific (Successors to thy Atlantic & Pacific)
Ruilroud Coinpuny lias filed in this office a
list of lands situated in the townships de
scribed lielow, -iid has applied for n patent
for said lauds; that the list is open to the
public for. inspection and a copy thereof by
descriptive subdivision has been posted in
a convenient place iu this office, for the in
siieetion of all persons interested and to the
public generally.
Within the next sixty days following the
date of this notice, protests or contests
against the claim of tho enmpuny to any
tract or subdivision within any section or
part of section, described in the list, on the
ground that the same is more valuable for
mineral than for agricultural purposes will
lie received and noted for report to the Gen
eral Land Office at Washington, D. C. "
Frederick A. Tbitle, Jr.. Register.
J. E. Martin. . Receiver.
SANTA FE PACIFIC
BAILROAD LANDS.
North East of Gila 4 Salt River Meridian
Arizona.
Township 18. Range 23,
All of section 1, 3, 5, 7, a. n, is, -t ic,t I,
23, 25. t7, 2. 31, S3, 3"i.
Town-liip 17, Range 23.
All of section 1, 3. 5. 7, it. 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21,
23. 25. 27, 29,31, 33, 85.
Township 16, Range 21.
All of section 1. S, 5, 7. 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21,
23, 25. 27, 29, 31, 33, 35.
Township lT.Range 2.
All of section 1. 3, 5, 7, 9, 11. 13, 15. 17, 19 21
23, 25, 2i. 29, 31, 33, 85.
Township 16, Range 2.
All of section 1. S. 5. 7. , 11, 13. 15, 17, 19, 21
23, 25, 27, 29, 31. S3, 85.
Township 17, Range 25.
All of section J, 8, 5, 7, 9, 11. IS. IS, 17, J9, 21
23, 25. 1:7. ill. SI. 2.1, S3.

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