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'glpyrfe-- -TTOLTJaiE I ST. JGHjNTS. APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TEBBITOFvY, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1835. NUMBER IX.
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gSr - ATTORNE Y-AT-LAW, VJAkL't A A A U U . AJ JL VJ AA OiTICIAL DIRECTORY.
vBV ' . FLAGSTAFF, A. T. . 0
!BjS ; Will practice in all the corirts in trie 1 erntory. .
W L. VAN HOBN. " T-r-r-J- 1 1 '
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, . noodic
jV HOLBItOOK. A.T.
f' - E. M.SANFORD. 1 1 lQl 1 fit ElhJIkl
ATTORNEY ".cioir, a. t. 0 Lsai? :S3 ilLjip
Vr.- " . . . . nre,-.. : rn!irt House, i
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ST. JOHNS. A. T.
Land business a specialty. Office in Court House.
J W. S1EPHENSON.
Mineral Park and Kingman. Ariz.
JJ3-Soccial attention to caies along the line of
thr Atlantis and I'acif.c Railroad.
J)R. D. J.BRANNEN,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
FLAGSTAFF, A. T.
Kf Office and Drug Store Opposite rC. K. Depct.
Will .give prompt attention to cans irom a
point an in Jine 01 t:ie a a. i .
A LFRED RUIZ,
CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT;
RECORDER APACHE COUNTY,
AND U. S. COMMISSIONER.
JCT Special atrention given to the examination
and transfer of titles to lieal Estate in the county-
Omcein Court lionse, fct. joints, .nzona.
ST. JOHNS, A. T.
tar Office in the Court House. Special attention
given to the collection of claims.
Hp S. BUNCH,
ST. JOHNS, A. T.
OGce in Court House.
' " ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
ST. JOHNS, A. T.
S3?-0fficc in Court House.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. K.
71 BECKER, " r"
- ' . SPRINGERVILLI5,. A, T.
J? MZUGK, "
- IIOLBFvOpK, A.T.
rj G. NORR1S,
ATTO RNE Y-A T-L A Vr,
j. c. nur.:ruoN. j. j. hawkins.
UERNDON Si HAWKINS,
ATTO RNE YS-AT- L A V,
PKESCOTT, A. T.
2?V;ill pmciicc in the District Court of
DEALER AND P.ROKER IN REAL
ESTATE. MIXING AND COL
FLAGSTAFF. A. T.
JP5P"Prnpi;rtics visited examined nnd report
ed on. for partbs living at a distance, in Yav
apai. Mohavo. und Apache conntiof;. Pflricu
lar attention r.aid to Government tlaiine.
F.M. ZUOK, Proprietor
IIOLBROOK, A. T.
SThic house isneat'y furnished and ha
larjc, airy roams, and its tables are supplied with
all the market af'ords. Suge leaves the house
daily for Ft. Apache.
LARGE Bit E AD AND T-A-CASS
- FINE CONFECTIONERY.
FRESH NUTS AND. FRUITS.
DELICATE CANNED GOODS.
ALWAYS ON HAND.
STORE, EAST END, CENTRAL AVE.
J, F. HAWKS, .
Evftrything New, Neat and
Clean. 'Meals nt all Reasonable
Hours and Prices. Nothing Fi
ner in the Territoiy. Fiesb fish
and oysters in their season.
-SAILROAP AYE.4 OP?0. DEPOT,
Albuquerque N. M.
IMPORTER OF FOREIGN 'WINES AND LIQUORS.
Largrest and Most Complete Stock in New Mexico.
FULL STOCK BAR GOODS.
SOLD AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED YAL BLATZ'S BOTTLED BEER-
Theater Lumber Company
Have for the accommodation o the people of Ilolbrook and vicinity
on or near the line of the Atlantic cc Pacific road established a depot
for the sale of LU5IBER in all varieties produced at the Great Mill
in the San Francisco Mountains. DRESSED LUMBER of all qual
ities PLAIN LUMBER of all kinds and dimensions.
DOORS, SASHES, BLINDS, LATH, SHINGLES, BATTENS
i The prices for all kinds of stock will be the same as i
GovKSKon P. A. Tritlo Prescott.
SEcnrr.vRV, M. JI. Van Annan, Presc tt
TitEAsnr.EE Thomas J. lit tler, Prescott.
Suit. Public Instrc'x R. L Long, Globe.
Auditor K. P. Clark Preseott.
Attorney General, Clark Churchill, Preseott.
Sumner IIovard Chief Justice Preseott.
Daniel H. Penney, Associate Phenis.
V. PKitzgekald, Assofiato. . .Tucson.
U. S. District Attorney, J. A. Zabrisfcie, Tucson
U. fc'. Marshall Z. L. Tidball,.... Tucson
board or Supervisors, H;"2J:fi nC.eAh
J T. S. Bunch. Clerlr.
Quarterly meetings of the Board tvill be held
f:rt Mondays in April, June, July and October.
SiiKRiFr, J. L. Ilubbell-
TRHASUitEK Dionicio Raca-!
District Attoune.', C. L. Gutterson-
RECO:rER, Alfred Ruiz
udceoftiie District Court, Sumner Howard.
Clerk of rot'KT. Alfred Ruir.
Terms cf court, firbt Mondays in February cad
E. S. STOVER. P. J. Office hours: Open
rom 9 A. m. until 4 p. r. On Sundays from 1 to
2 1. jr. Mail closes going-cast at 11 a. h.
0AJ3j2J.Sl1L ATOM ESS OB?
delivered at the mill with freight added. Office and
yard Central Avenue, "West End.
O. P. GHAFF
Fello'.v Citizens: In the pres
ence of this vast assemblage of my
countrymen, I am about to supple- and national capital is yours. Your
esls. Remuneration will be found
in the thought, that the common
interest is subserved, and the gener
al welfare advanced.
In the discharge of my official
duty I shall endeavor to be govern
ed by a just construction of the
constitution, a careful observation
of the distinction between the pow
ers granted to the federal govern
ment and those reserved to the
j states or to the people, and by cau
tious appreciation of -those func
tions have been especially assigned
to the executive branch of the gov
ernment, but he who takes the oath
to-day to preserve, protect and de
fend the constitution of the United
States, only assumes the obligation
which every citizen in the workshop
or the busy marts of trade should
share with him. T lie constitution
which prescribes his oath, my coun
trymen, is yours; the suffrage
which executes the will of free men
is yours; the laws and the entire
schemes of our civil rule from the
town meeting to the slate capitols
A FULL NEW AND COMPLETE!
OF EVERYTHING KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Ranch Supplies, Camping Utensils, itobfoundthc surest guaranty of
" lecood government. But the best
ment and seal by the oath which I
.shall take, the manifestation of the
will of a great and free people. In
the exercise of their power and
right of self-government, they have
committed to one of their fellow
citizens a supreme and sacred trust
and he here consecrates himself to
their service. This impressive cer
emony adds little to the solemn re
sponsibility with which I com tem
plate the duty I owe to all the peo
ple of. the land. Nothing can re
lieve me from anxiety lest hy any
act of mine their interests may suf
fer, arid nothing is needed to stren
gthen my resolution to engage eve
ry faculty and eftort in the promo
tion of their welfare. Amid the
dins cf party strifes and people's
choice was made, but its attendant
circumstances have demonstrated a
new strength and the safety of gov
ernment by the people. In each
succeeding year it more clearly ap
pears that our democratic principle
needs no apology, and that in its
fearless and faithful application is
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K, - - - ARIZOKA.
Albuquerque relational Bank,
Albuquerque - - Mey Mexico,
A General Eanking Business Transacted,
Louih IIir:;iKG, '
W. K.P. Wilson,
Louis IIukixg of L. & II. Kuning, Los Lunas, K. M.
Joseph Bell Associate Justice Supreme Comt New Mexico.
Vr. K. P. Wilson formed v Cashier Central Bank.
W. A. Drake Chief Engineer A. tt P. R. 11.
Edmvnd II. Smith Clerk U. S. District Court.
Strickland Aubihgiit Physician.
A. M. Coddington Merchant.
. . . Cashier.
J. A. FIELD,
8 11? i
Tnis Space Belongs io
And Dont you Forget it.'
D. G. HARVEY.
H W Ifc if 5
Thcv carry the Finest Slock of Groceries, Provision5;, Flour. Meats, Grain
md Everything pertaining to a Fir-t Class Grocery Store. The
Finest C ass of CViifcrniaCjin
FamilyMecines, Not ion sToilc t Articles .
j ETCij ETCL
Call and get their Prices before purchasing elsewhere.
WATCHES AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
LIST OF WALT HAM AND ELGIN WATCHES IN 3-0 SILVER CASES -NAMED:
STERLING, 7 Jeveis,
WILLIAM El LERY, it Jewels
1 K. DART LETT fis-.proved Tr.r;cls, patent rerr.
APPLETON TRACY CO., Lm-.provcdJ 15 jewels, pat. rsj.
Xat. liair .-:prii:g, adjuatod. 4s
E. W. RAYMOND. jewels, pat. rcg. adjusted, "
ALL STtJl VJJNiJl-.Ki:.
Tho rac movement? in heavier cases. v:tli Geld joints, from ?3 io.5s extra. Howard; Hatnp
den Rcckford or any other movement in GcKi or Silver cass at arnnlar prices. lemembcr-t.:at
ev.-ry watch is exaniiacd and .-emulated by myself a,nd a written 2uf';'!L-1Y.Vr.i-i-T-NcteaJdros
: AR i HUR. EVtRITT,
Practical vv atchmaker,
P. S. Any watch sent C, O.D.wilh pr:v-. Railroad Avenue.
ilcc of cxac;iaat:o3.
every act, as surely as that of every
j chief magistrate, is under the same
higher sanction, though in a differ
ent sphere, in the exercise of a pub
lic trust. Nor is this all. Every
citizen owes to the country a vigi
lant watch and a fair and reasona
ble estimate of their fidelity and
uesf ulncss. This is the people's
will impressed on the whole frame
work of our policy, municipal,statc
and federal, and this is the price of
liberty and inspiration of our- pub
lic. It is the dwy of those serving
the people in public places,to close
ly limit the public expenditures to
the actual needs of the government
and economically administer it, be
cause this binds the rights of gov
ernment to an exact tribute from
the earnings of labor, or property
of her citizens, and because public
extravagance begets extravagance
among the people. YV'e should
never be ashamed of the simplicity
of prudential economics which are
best suited to the operations of a
republican form of government,
and most combatible with the mis
sion of the American peopie.
Those who arc selected for a lim
ited time to manage public affairs
are still cf the people, and may do
much by their example to encour
age, within the dignity of their offi
cial functions, that plain way which
among their fellow citizens creates
integrity and promotes thrift and
The genius of cur institutions,
the needs of our people to their
home life and the attention which
is demanded for the settlement and
development of the resources of our
vast territory, dictate the scrupu
lous avoidance of any departure
from that foreign policy commend
ed l)3r the history of traditions, the
prosperity of our republic. It is
the policy of independence, favored
by our position and defended by
our own love of justice and by our
power ; it is the policy of peace sui
table to our interests ; it is the T)oi
icy of neutrality, rejecting any
share in foreign broils and ambi
tions upon other countries, and re
pudiating their intrusion here it
is the policy of Monroe and "Wash
ington and Jefferson, Tcaee, com
merce and honest friendship with
all nations, entangling alliances
A due regard for the interests
and prosperity of all the peopie de
mand that our finances shall be es
tablished on such a sound and sen
sible basis as shall secure the safety
and confidence of the business in-
The variety of comneting interests ! tcresis and make the wages of labor
subject io federal control, . presist- sure and steady, and ihat our sys-
ently seeking the recognition of j tern of revenue shall be so adjusted
their claims need eive us no fear. ! as to relieve the people from un-
That the greatest need to the great-: necessary taxation. Tne interests
est number, will fail to be accom- of the capital invested, and the
plished, if in the halls of national j workingmen employed do not de-1
legislation, that spirit shail prevail : mand an accumulation of a surplus f
in which the constitution had its ' in the treasury to tempt extrava
birth, if this involves the surrender : gance and waste
or postponement of private inter-
results in the operation of a gov
ernment wherein every citizen has
a share largely depend upon the
proper limitation of purely partisan
zeal and effort, and a correct appre
ciation ot the time when partisan
ship should be merged into the pat
riotism of the citizen. To-day the
executive branch of the government
is transferred to anew keeping, but
this is still the government of all
the people, and it should be none
the less the object of their affec
tionate solicitude. At this hour
the animosities of political strife,
the bitterness of partisan defeat
and exultation of partisan triumph
should be supplanted by ungrudged
acquiescence to popular will, and
so by conscientious concern for the
general weal. Moreover, if from
this hour we cheerfully and honest
ly abandon all sectional prejudice
and distrust, and determine with
many confidences m cne another
to work out harmoniously the a
ehievements of our national desti
ny, we shall deserve to realize all
the benefits which our happy form
of government can bestow.
On this conspicuous occasion we
may well renew this pledge of de
votion to the constitution and the
perils of domestic strife and viccis
situdes of the father of his country.
Our constitution was commended
for adoption as a result of a spirit
of mutual concession in that same
spirit it should be administered.
lion, and for the needs of future set
tlers require that public purloining
schemes and unlawful occupation
shall be stopped.
The conscience of the people de
mand that the Indians
boundaries shall be fairly and hon
estly treated as wards of the gov
ernment, and their education and
civilization promoted with a view
to their ultimate citizenship, and
that polygamy in the territories, so
destructive of the family relations
and offensive to the moral sense of
the civilized world, shall be sup
pressed. The laws shall be rigidly
enforced which prohibits the im
migration of a servile class to com
pete with American labor, with no
intention of acquiring citizenship,
and bringing with them habits and
customs repugnant to our civiliza
tion. The people demand a reform
of the administration of the gov
ernment and tho application of bus
iness principles to public affairs,
and as a means to this end, civil
service reform should he in good
faith enforced. Our citizens have
the right to protection from the in
competency of public employees
who hold their places solely as a
reward of partizan service and from
the corrupting influence of those
who promote the vicious methods
of those who expect such rewards,
and those who worthily seek pub
lic employment have tho right to
insist that merit and competency
"shall be recognized insteod of par
ty subservency, or the surrender of
honest political belief in the ad
ministration of a government pledg
ed to do equal and exact justice to
There should bo no pretext for
anxiety touching the protection of.
the freedmcn in their rights, or their
security in the enjogment of their
privileges under tho constitution
and its amendments. All discus
cussion as to their fitness for places
accorded them as Ameiican citi
zens, arc idle and unprofitable, ex
cept as it suggests the necessity for
their improvement. The fact that
they are citizens, entitles them to
the rights and the relations of citi
zens, and charges them with all its
duties, obligations and responsibil
ities. These topics and the constant
and ever varying wants of an active
and enterprising population, will
receive the attention of the patriotic,
and the best endeavors of all who
make and execute the federal laws.
Our duties are practical and call for
industrious application and intelli
gent preemption of the- claims of
public office, and above all a iirnv
determination by united action to
secure to all the people of the land
the full benefits of the best form of
government ever vouchsafed to
man. Let us not trust to human
efforts alone, but humbly acknowl
edge the power and . goodness of
Almighty God who presides over
the destiny of nations, and who has
at all times been revealed in our
country's history. Let us invoke
His aid and His blessing upon our
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE THIRD
Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona,,
in mil for the Coutitv of Apache.
Art. Mc Donald, riaiiUilL T
The Atlantic and Pacific 3 3M3IOXS:
Railroad Company, f
Action brought in the district Court of the
third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizo
na", in and for the County of Apache, am tho
compliant lilcd in the oflico of the Clerk of said
District Court in the County of Apache.
The Territory of Arizona sends Greetmc: io tiro
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad Company Defend
ant: Ym are hereby summoned and required to
appear in. &n action brought against you bv the
above named plaintill', in the District Court of
the third Judicial District, of the Territorv of
Arsons, in and for the County of Apache, "and
answer the complaint liied with the Clerk of said
Court in said County of Apache, (a copy cf v. hich.
eompla'nt accompanies this Mimmonsj within
twenty days (exclusive of the day of service) af
ter the service on yen of tilts summons, if. e-'ved
in this County: but if served on: of tr.is Co-mtv.
and withinsr-id District, then within thirtv dav's;
in all other cases forty days, or Judgement "by
Default will be taken ajrr.inst you aeeoidhijr to
the prayer o: said complaint.
Said action is brought to recover of vou thesum
of Twenty-fi v-e Thousand Dollars DoVm ges, and
cost fi .aif, f.r the malicious proaeeutL 1; In- vou.
of the plair.'ifi'in said County on the 2'Ith". day
of November A. D. 1S8L
And you are hereby notified that if you fail to
appear and answer the said complaint ns above
tv-.imtcd the said plaintiff will apply to the Court
for the rtiief therein demanded.
Jivc-n under my hand and the seal
of the District court of the Terri
fSZALj iory of Arizona in. ana for the
County of Apache, this l'Jth. day of
I'eLruory A. D. 1F&.
Alfred Ruiz, Clerk.
XTmore money than at anything else by talc
!Miti an agency for the best sellintr book out
, . . l Beginners succee-J cranI!y. -None fail.
A. care for the property oftne n?.-1 : era. free. Hallett isoo Co. Portland siaine-