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tea-- attorney-At-law, FLAGSTAFF, A.T. Will practice in all the courts in the Territory. yy L. VAN HOBN." ' ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, - HOLBROOK, A.T. M.SANFORD, ATTOENEY-AT-LAW, PRESCOTT, A. T. JJARRIS BALDWIN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ST. JOHNS, A, T. Land business a specialty. Office in Court House J W.STEPHENSON. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Mineral Park and Kingman, Ariz 3 Special attention to cases along the line of the Atlantic ana racmc auroau. J)R. D.J. BRANNEN, PHYSICIAN" & SURGEON FLAGSTAFF, A. T. MS" Office and Drue Store Opposite R. R. Depot Will give prompt attention to calls from any point on the line of the A & P. R. R, LFRED RUIZ, CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT; RECORDER APACHE COUNTY, AND U. S. COMMISSIONER. Special attention given to the examination and transtcr ol titles to Keai estate in inc county Office In Court House, St. Johns, Arizona. rj S. BUNCH, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ST. JOHNS, A. T. Office in Court House. Q L. GUTTERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ST. JOHNS A. T. Officcin Court House. TELLS HENDERSHOTT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. c. BECKER, NOTARY PUBLIC, SPRINGERVILLE, A, T. JJ M,ZUCK, . NOTARY PUBLIC, HOLBROOK, A. T. T. G. NORRIS, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, FLAGSTAFF, A. T. J. C. II K UN DON. J. J. HAWKINS. JJERNDON &. HAWKINS, ATTQRNEYS-AT-LAW, - ' PRESCOTT, A. T. JDlf Will.pracliecJa the District Court of . "Apache Countr-- JW.SPAFFORD, DEALER AND JBROKER IN REAL ESTATE, MINING AND COL LECTING AGENT. FLaGSTaFF, A. T. JOrroperties visited examined nnd report ed on, for parties living at a distance, in Yav apai, Mohuvc and Apache counties. Particu lar attention paid to Government claims. H O LB HOUSE. F. M. ZUCK, Proprietor HOLBROOK, A.T. 3f This house is neatly furnished and has Iargt, airy rooms, and its tables are supplied with alt the market af'ords. Stage leaves the house daily for Ft, Apache. Charles LINDINBERGER LARGE BREAD AND TEA-CAKE BAK'RY FINE CONFECTIONERY. FRESH NUTS AND FRUITS. DELICATE CANNED GOODS. ALWAYS ON HAND. STORE, EAST END, CENTRAL AVE. HOLBROOK, ARIZ. J. F. HAWKS, 'RESTAURANT, : Eveiything New, Neat and : : Clean. Meals at all Reasonable : : Hours and Erices. Nothing Fi- : I ner in the Territory. Fresh fish : : and oysters in their season. : FLAGSTAFF, ARIZ, RAILROAD AYE., OPPO. DEPOT. Successors to "Wholesale LIQUOR Albuquerque N. M. IMPORTER OF FOREIGN THE Largest and Most Complete Stock in New Mexico. FULL STOCK BAR GOODS. SOLE AGENT FOR THE GELEBRATED VAL BUTZ'S BOTTLED BEER- The Ayer Lumber Company OF FLAGSTAFF . Have for the accommodation of the people of Holbrook and vicinity -on or near the line of the Atlantic & Pacific road established a depot -for the sale of LUMBER 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 AND MOULDINGS. The prices for all kinds of stock will be the same as if delivered at the mill with freight added. Office and yard Central Avenue, West End. O. P. CHAFFEE, Agent, European Hotel. C. E. BONSALL. - BBST ROOMS IN THE IN ALL PARTS rum & th Opposite Union- Depot. Albuquerque Albuquerque National Bank, - - A General Banking Business Transacted, OFFICERS. Louis Huning, President. Joseph Bell, Vice-President. . . W. K. P. Wilson, Cashier. DIRECTORS. Louis Huning of L. & H. Huning, Los.Lu.nas, N. M. Joseph Bell Associate Justice Supreme Court New Mexico. W. K. P. Wilson formerly Cashier Central Bank. W. A. Drake Chief'Engineer A. & P. R. R. Edmund H. Smitii Clerk U. S. District Court. Strickland Aubrig ut Ph vs i cian . Geo. F. Chalander Asst. Su.pt. A. &. P. R. R. J. A. FIELD, This Space Belongs to FIELD and And Dont you Forget it. They carry the Finest Stock of Groceries, Provisions, Flour, Meats, Grain and Everything pertaining to a First Class Grocery Store. The Finest Class of California Canned Goods, a Specialty. Family Medicines, Notions, Toilet Articles, CIGARS, TOBACO, ETC., ETC, Call and get their Prices before purchasing elsewhere. WATCHES AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. LIST OF WALT HAM AND ELGIN WATCHES IN 3-oz SILVER STERLING, 7 Jewels, WILLIAM ELLERY, n Jewels, P, S . BARTLETT improved 15 Jewels, patent reg. APPLETON TRACY & CO., improved 15 Jewels, pat. reg. pat, hair spring, adjusted, B, W. RAYMOND, 15 Jewels, pat. reg. adjusted, ALL STEM WINDERS, JC3 Tho same movements in heavier cases, with Gold joints, from S3 to 5 extra. Howard; Hamp den, Rockford or any other movement in Gold or Silver cases at similar prices. Remember that evry watch is examined and regulated by myself and a written guarantee given. Noteaddress: ARTHUR EVERITT, - . - Practical Watchmaker, P. S. Any watch sent C, O.D. with priv- Railroad Avenue, jlege cf examinatioB. Albuquerque, N. M. Santiago Baca. DEAL WINES AND LIQUORS. - - - Proprietor, GITY. MEALS SERVED OF THE HOUSE. - - New Mexico. D. G. HARVEY. CASES -NAMED: 15.00, 17.60, 35,00, 43,00. 47-6o, LLIARD ROOMS HARVEY, If newspaper men didn' tget lick ed every four or five days, the world would complain that they were not doing their duty. D uty in the news paper business means to print ev erything that is told you, no mat ter how scandalous it is, find keep mum as to the name of your inform ant. It means to screen every man who comes to you with a pitiful mouth, and then have him hunt you with a shot gun the first time you say he left town when he did'nt, Oh, its a darling business. You have to lie for merchants, railroads, lawyers, doctors and preachers, and Unless you use the phrases "most popular," "most prominent," etc., etc., in every j)ersonal item, the per sons written up say "stop my pa per' les, clear reader, it is the most interesting, satisfactory and suicidal profession on earth, and it is no wonder that newspaper men as a rule, become crabbed and mean, despising the world for its hypoc risy, and themselves for being a tool in this workshop of sham and ingratitude. fEssex County (Mass.) Gazette, Dee. 23, 1768. "While on the subject of agricul ture, attention is called to the iu- ture of Arizona as a grape producer. Both soil and climate are especially well adaped to the raising of that fruit, and the fact grapes ripen here two months earl ier than they do in California, and still earlier than in the east, secures to us a California and eastcrn-mar- et at a time of year when a higrjjgr price is always commanded. There can be no liner climate than that of Southern Arizona for the proper curing of wines, owing to its equal emperature and the dryness of the atmosphere, and the same causes operate in the production of raisins. Yuma Sentinel. Tiie Afghans and. Russians are fighting. Now if England keeps her faith with the Afghans we can look for an advance in the prices of American produce, especially in beef. In a business point of view, we wish that tins war between these to great nations would be precipi tated at once and continue long, while it may 'be wrong, morally speaking, to make such a wish, which, should it occurr, cause the death of thousands; yet self preser: vation, it is said, is the first law of nature. Reil, the Canadian agitator, was at one time a member of the Dom inion Parliament, and is the same man who headed the outbreak in 1868. He is well educated man and demonstrated himself to be a good organizer and a shrewd and powerful leader. He was educated at Chicago and is a lawyer. Already Secretary-of-War Endi- cott is known in Washington as the dude extinguisher. He has sent all the military society dudes to their regiments, to the horror of that strata of society which they were accustomed .to illuminate by their presence. St. Louis and Kansas City have both elected Democratic mayors. The influence of the new adminis tration is having its effect on ward and pot-house politicians who wrant to be on the winning side. The Florence Enterprise, in a re cent issue, gives C. W. Beach editor of tho Prescott Miner, an urrrerciful drubbing. Tom Weeden was m the late legislature ancl knows whereof he sneaks. Cleveland is not making a clean sweep of republican office holders, but is following very closely to the civil service reform rules. "Slugger" Sullivan and Paddy Ryan have agreed to have another bout, with hard gloves, on June 16, at Butte City, Montana. The mormons must go say the Yaqui Indians. Tucson Weekly Citizen. J. J. Preston was killed a few days ago by J. W. Fields, a rancher on the Gila River. Hard feeling had existed between the two for some time past. They met on the river below Gila Bend station Preston was shot in the head with a Winchester rifle and his skill smashed by blows with the rifle The plea is self defense. Fields claims that Preston forced him to it. He escaped without a scratch and came to town and delivered himself up and was taken to Phoe nix. Preston was the mam prose cutor in the jNoonan whiskey case Private advices from Phoenix state that fullT three thousand let ters from all parts of the United States, Canada and Europe await ing answer, are on tne me 01 tne new Commissioner of Immigration, This being true it speaks well for the limited advertisement abroad that our Territory has been given and argues well for the future of our happy land. Some of the officers of the 10th cavalry, the regiment assigned to Arizona, are quite wrell known here. lent Col. Wade, a son of Ben Wade, is to be stationed at Fort Apache; Maj'or Anson Mills, at Ft. Thomas; Maj'or C. B. McClellan, formerlv captain in the 6th cavalry, at Fort Verde ; Major F. Van Vliet, at Fort Grant. Petitions are being circulated for the appointment of Hon. J. T. Al- ap, ol Phoenix as Associate J ustice of the Supreme Court of Arizona. Judge Alsap is a courteous, able and conscientious gentleman, and lis appointment will be regarded as a proper one by his many friends in this Territorv. ArnYy officers in this department do not think the headquarters will be removed from YY hippie Barracks notwithstanding its isolation from all lines of transportation. Green peas are retailed in this market at irom ri-k to 10 cents per Dound. Mohave County Miner. Treasurer Smith disbursed $600 ast Monday, through the medium ol the sinking it una. J3ids were put in at 95, 98 and 100 cents. The greater part of the amount went at t le latter figure. Four stage loads of people from Kingman came in on Thursday morning, proving that laggarrs stage line is equal to any kind of emergency. All partnerships are required by the new law to be filed with the County Recorder of the county in which the co-partnership exists. Sunshine nnd Silver, Tucson. If one-half is true, of what is hin ted by parties -who pretend to know, the three Prescott papers didn't get away with so very much after all, by the time they had di vided with the various members on the committees. People have an idea that Pima is a timberless region may be sur prised to learn that there is an oak tree on Con Ryan's ranch, near Harshaw, nine feet in diameter. The placer gold excitement con tinues unabted at Globe. All the gulches between that place and Pi nal mountain have been located. Ernest Storm and Jos. Pascholy have gone into the cattle business together, having bought 450 Sone ra cattle, which are at present near Sycamore Springs, Cochise Co., untill a suitable ranch can be be found. Texas papers advise tho rushing of cattle into Arizona, wThile there is a chance. Wilcox cattle owners propose to establish a refrigerator at that place. Tucson Mimns Index. The S. P. R. R. track is always assessed at $6,000 per mile, instead of $4,340 as has been stated. The fixing of this rate occurred some four years ago, and has been the rule ever since. It is the Board of equalization that fixed the rate, and Bob Paul has always assessed the road at the rate so etablished. Policeman Buttner is about to receive some $2,000 back pension, on account of some wounds receiv ed while in service during the war. Mr. Morgan, wrho brought in a herd of thoroughbred stock about a year ago, will arrive with another herd of Herefords, on Monday. Prescott Courier. There is talk of establishing a re frigerator at Ash Fork, on the A. & if. rail road. ( Tom Fitch is back in Phoenix at tending to his polygamous clients. Prospects for large and small fruits in Walnut Grove are said to be XQ-ry good. Strawberries are now quite large. It takes from $400 to $700 a month to run a Prescott printing office, and the wonder is, how on earth three offices are kept going in so small a town. Florence Enterprise. Agent Wheeler has given away fortv wagons and sets of harness, within the few weeks just past, to Indians who have erected and are living in adobe houses. A fire at Globe on the night of the 1st destroyed the Silver Belt of fice, the post-office, the bank, Mc Cabe's law office, the telegraph of fice, the Pascoe hotel and Holborn's wholesale liquor house. We could not ascertain the origin of the fire or the extent of the losses. We re gret that such a misfortune should have fallen to the lot of our Globe friends. Mr. Megson returned from the Quijotoas this week. He says tho grading for the mill has been com pleted, and all the machinery is now on the road. Ihc company's well is down four hundred feet, and contains a bountiful water supply for milling purposes. The well is 6 by 9 feet. Phccnix Herald, Ex-Delegate G. H. Oury is on his way home to Arizona. The stock couhtrT between here and Prescott seems to be suffering from the depredations of stock thieves. Look out for them. The Miner says "Lucky" O'tfeil las invested several thousands of ollars in real estate in this valleyv 'Buckey" is likely to become a pumpkin cater yet. Pursuant to a call a number of stockmen of the coimiy met at the office of the Hon. A. C. Baker on Saturday evening, and a temporary organization was effected, with Mr. John La Tourette as chairman, and Mr. W. W. Houston as secretary. Briton A. Hill, one of the lead ing attorners of St. Louis, has pur chased the Pcralta grant, and is preparing to call upon the settlers of Salt River valley for a share of the spoils, a portion of which Rea vis has- so easiljr swindled them out of. He wants an agent here and the name of Ivy H. Cox, wrho dili gently peddled the Reavis fraudu lent deeds around this country, is suggested. Yuma Sentinel. The Indians are burning the weeds off their several patches of ground along the Colorado and the Gila before the overflow comes. As soon as the water recedes the Indians plant their corn, pumkins, watermelons and beans. A Yuma Indian exhibited a Gila monster on the streets last Tues day. The reptile was fully-twenty-four inches long and was hideous to behold. It was captured and killed on the bank of the Gila, near town. I Phcenix Gazette. The territorial fair next fall will prove a credit to Arizona and no taxpayer will regret the money ap propriated for the purpose from the territorial treasury. Central Arizona has a greater va riety of resources to- depend upon than any other section oi the coast. Profits may be derived from farm ing, fruit growing, stock raising in its various branches, mining, man ufacturing, etc. The future of a country so blessed cannot be ques tioned. If like improvement is made in the next two seasons as has been in the two just past, the Salt river val ley will, by that time, become one of the greatest breeding places loifc fine-blooded live, stock to be found on the Pacific coast. Our climate and other surroundings are admira bly adapted to this particular class of industry, and the enterprise and foresight of our people are rapidly developing these advantages. Nogales Frontier. Ed. Peck, former owner of the celebrated Peck mine, and one of the oldest Hassyampers, in the Ter ritory is at present in Nogales. A car load of candles to be used for mining purposes, went south to Santa Ana, this week. Don Louis Torrez, Governor of the State of Sonora, passed through here on his return fiom the City of Mexico, on Sunday last. The Gov ernor stated to a Frontier local that the Federal Government had agreed to furnish all the monies and troops necessary to subject the Yaqui In dians to civil rule, and that it was the intention of the government to compel the Yaquis to farm within" their reservation or exterminate them. .