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SUiiUL Place of the presidents
Hie Pretidcnu of the United State who
tire dead are nearly all buried in the neigh
borhood df the homes which they occu
pied 4 Washington' tomb, at Mount Ver
non, ia 'knows to all the world. John
Adams and John Quincy Adams lie beneath
the Uniiansn Church at Quincy, Mataa
thusetts. . The coffins are of lead, placed
in cases hewn from solid blocks of granite.
Their wires are bnried with them. John
Adatas died ou. the aamft day with Jefftr
son, a strango coincidence itself, but stran
ger still, it was on the Fourth of July, 1828,
just a hate century after the Declar ation of
Independence, which they had joined ia
making. Jefferson, like his compatriots,
'jra. buried in his family burjinc ground, at
bis hoiuein'Montiosllo. In the same part
f Virginia, in a small indoeure near his
J me in Montpelier, lies the successor of
Jeiferson, James Madison, fourth Presi
dent. Jlcside him are buried his wife, who
died in 1840, surrmwj almost thirty years,
and two nephews. Two other Virginia
Presidents Monroe and Tyler lie within
a few feet of ctch other in the fine ceme
tery of Hollowood) at "Richmond. Mon
roe's detfa, like those of John Adams and
Jefferson", fell apon the Fourth of July,
lie too, in 1631, fire years after his great
predecsJbrrand elders, marked the nation's
birth day by his close. He died in New
York a poor man, and his remains were, en
tombed there wntil 1858; the .Legislator of
Virginia removed them to Bollywood and
placed them m a aabstantial vault, marked
by a Gothic temple on a foundation of Yir-
gini granite. Tylerla grate, near by, is
scarcely marked at all. A little mound
with a magnolia tree at the head is pointed
out as the spot.
The three. Tennessee .President were
buried at their homea. Jackson at th
Hermitage near Nashville, his wife beside
hinii Amsssire monument of Tennessee
granite marks the place. Polk is buried in
Nashrille, at the old family homestead. He
survived Jackson only 4 years, dying in
1849. The grave ia handsomely enclosed,
and a block twelve feet square by 12 feet in
fcigbt bears the inscription. Andrew John
son's grave is at Greenville, on a spot
selected by himself. His three sons have
erected a handsomo monument of marble
on a base of sranite. It bears numerous
patriotic emblems, 'a flag, an eagle, a scroll
of the constitution, etc., while the inscrip
tion declares: 'His faith in the peopl
Martin Van Buren lies i the village
c? metry at Kinderhook, New York, in
family lot, his resting place marked by
modest granite shaft lie died in the sum
mcr of 1863. when the civil war was at its
hight His successor, Harrison, was buried
at his old home at Nortli Bend, Ohio, a few
niilea below Cincinnati. An uufenced
mound, over a family vault, formerly neg
lected, but mere recently carefully kept
iibrks tho spot.
The dust ot Zichary Taylor is now buried
in the cemotry at Frankford, Kentucky,
after several removals. Millard Fillmore'
grave is at Forest Lawn cemetry, three
miles from Buffalo, and that of Pierce in
the old cemetry in Concord, N. H. Buch
ann is buried at Woodward Hill Ceme
The most magnificent of all the memorials
to the dead Presidents is thst over th
renting place of Lincoln, in the Oak IVdgi
cemetery, at Springfield, Illinois. It was
dedicated in 1874. and cost 250,000.
Garfield is buried in Lake Veiw cemetery.
at Cleveland, where a grand mausoleum has
been erected in his honor.
Of tho eichtecn dead Presidents, two
only lie in the same place. Two were buri
ed in Massachusetts, two in New York, five
in Virginia, three in Tennessee, two in Ohio,
and one each in Now Hampshire, Pennsyl
vania, Kentucky and Illinois. Eight lie in
private grounds or family burial places, as
is the case the Adames at Quincy. .
APACHE CO. ITEMS.
We take the following items from the
St. Johns Herald:
Six. Al hitney and party arrive a
from Prcscott on Mondav. Tliev
brought a running mare with them with
the intention of matching a race with
Walter Darling, Esq., but op to the
present time no "arrangements hare been
Grasshoppers have made their appear
ance in great numbers in several local i
tics in this vicinity. They hare descend
ed upon the Meadows and with few ex
ceptions destroyed the entire crops of
that community wheat and barlev be
ing too far advanced to receive much in
jury from the orthopterous insects the
ranch of Mr. A. B. Lambson being en
tirely devastated by their visitation.
We understand that owing to the in.
crease of freight rates recently made
by the Atlantic t Pacific railroad, seve
ral of our merchants are making arrange
ments to freight their merchandise by
t cams from some point mi the Santa Fe
tailroad. probablv Los Lunas. It is
claimed that by this arrangement goods
can be delivered at St. Johns cheaper
than thev can be transiwted over the
A. & P. "road from Albuquerque to Na-
yvajo, and from the latter poi nt by wagon
road to thjspace. - c ,
Ttik IIumming Op Teuoravh Wires
The humming noise which frequently
proceeds from telegraph wires has usually
been ascribed to the vibration of the wires
under the inflnehce cf the wind. The
fai: is brought out, however, in a recent
isrjc of the Popular Science News, that
;h's humming noise is often very loud and
intense on still nights when not a breath
of air is stirring. This fact we har also
oberserred. It would appear probable
therefore, that there is seme otter cause
involved, which it might repay 6otne in
Crested electrician to search for.
FARM AND LIVE STOCK NOTES.
Keep out of debt.
Clean the implements:
Scrub out the water trough.
Pluck is more needed than capital
Sprinkle some sulphur in the hens' nest
Dried blood is an excellent manure for
For late hatcher, let a cool, ahady place
Don't neglect salt, and as much as thsy
waut of it, fur the animals.
Calves fatten quicker on cow's raiik up
tb six weeks old than any other feed
Feed regularly; the loss from one hour's
fretting for food cannot be made up by one
Quiet sitters and careful mothers among
hens are good property, and wall worth
sparing until they are old.
Kinds of Fowls for the Farm. Improv
ed breed:, of course, but let it be remem
bered that such are only better than com
mon ones, with having better care also,
and then they are ftr more satisfactory.
One of the first requisites for keeping im
proved breeds of poultry is a warm house
winter. With this provided, we would
place Silver Gray Dorkings among the best
for the firmer, especially where roaming
can be allpwed. They are fine table fowls
and lay well until eight or nine years old.
They are handsome, and good sitters and
mothers. With a warm hen house in win
ter the White-Faced Black Spanish are the
moat profitable, where eggs are chief object.
They lay very large white eggs, in great
numbers. Anobjection to them is that
they are subject to loose feathering in the
Save Up the Manure. It is farm capital.
All admit this, yet all do not act as if they
believe it. We refer to the loss allowed on
many farms through a waste of liquid man
ures. Many farmers who would long
mourn over having fifty or a hundred dollars
stolen, suffer a loss of fifty or a hundred
dollars every year through the escape of
aniaaal liquids, and think nothing of it.
This could just as well be saved. Because
you have not the means t invest in a sys
tem of cement gutters and cisterns, don',
persuade yourself that nothing can be donet
Use enough absorbents and the same end
may be accomplished. And the best ab
sorbent, namely dry earth or muck, ia at
same time the cheapest Straw and other
litter will answer, but none as well alone aa
if used with dry earth. Every farmer
should make his plana for accumulating
a large store of this article during the
coming summer, and keeping it under a
tight roof until it is used. A dryinz patch
should be provide by having some loa ds of
earth or muck alongside of it, and then one
person to make it his business to attend to
the. work; until the material can be thor
oughly dried. Let enough of the muck or
soil be scattered over the patch each morn
ing to dry in one day, in the eveniDg gath
ering it op and wheeling to the store bins.
OBCHA&D AND GaRDXX.
Firm the seed bed.
Plant some grape vines.
Use last year's parsnip seed.
Cover peas two inches deep
Grape cutting may bo set out.
Raspberry tips are often set too deep.
Deep culture in the orchard is not good.
In planting have only moist groud next
to the roots.
A rich soil will grow a tree larger in one
year than a poor ono will in three.
ror early tomatoes, cucumbers, or
melons, start the seed in pots of soil, or on
inverted sods in the hot bed.
Mulching fruit trees with sand or cold
ashes to promote coolness or moisture about
the roots, tends to cause productions and
fine quality of the fruit. This treatment
would generally be found better than cul
tivating the surf-ice.
Stocky Vegetable Plants. To have such
crowding must be prevented. The inex
perienced generally sow seeds too thickly.
and swindling plants are unevoidable re
sult, unless thinning it practiced. One of
the advantages ot sowing in drills over
broadcast sowing is that thinning is easily
done. Most vegetable planta transplant
easily, and there is no better way to crow
excellent stocky plants than to take up the
youne seedling after they their second
leaves, and re-set them in nice'y prepared
soil at about two inches apart both ways
Not only will they thua be encouraged to
grow stocky, but the roots by the transplant
ing operation will be in a more compact
mass, and hence better adapted to meet the
Some 15,000 ex-Confedcratea assembled
at Fort Worth, Texas, and had a jolly good
time. One of the speakers paid a high
tribute to the memory of General Grant,
and then proceeded to eulogize Jeff. Davis
The following telegram was sent to Jeffer
son Davis at Beauvir, 3Itss. :
The ex-Confederates, in reunion aasem
bled in this city, send a cordial greeting to
yourself, their beloved and trusted leader
in the past, and pray for you many years of
continued health and prosperity.
K. M. anzaxdt, President.
The number of non-wor ing holidays
in France, includihg Sundays, amounts to
00 whole davs in each vear. In Greece
they have 100 days; ih England there are
84; in Russia CG; ih Brussels Go; in the
United States it varies in different states;
but few, if any, of the latter have more
than 7 or 8 legal holidays in the year in
addition to Sundays.
To keep silver plated articles bright
dip the articles occasionally in a solution
of byposulphide of soda. Large articles,
ike pitchers and salvers, should be wiped
off with a rag dipped in solution and
dried with a soft towel. By rubbing with
a piece of chamok leather they will be as
bright as new.-
A tomahawk of tempered copper was
recently found by a farmer near Sanborn
Dakota. This is a very rare relic. The
method of tempering copper tools' is said
to be a lest art.
The deleition'of stock growers interest
ed in the In-lian Territory leases, who west
to Washington to interview the President
and secure an extention of the time set
when all cattle must be removed from In
dian lands, irers unsuccessful in impressing
President Cleveland with the justice of
their claims. He was ebdurate and adheres
to hia original proclamation. Attorney-
General Garland has rendered an opinion
to the effect that lands in the Indian Terri
can not be lawfully leased. The course of
tho administration in dispossessing cattle
men of leaned lands will cause enomoua
loss to those interested and appears to be
needlessly precipitate, in view of the fact
that the leu-sea were given with the know
ledga of theifovernment. Silver Belt.
After listnning patiently to all the argu
ments advanjed by the cattlemen's com
mittee for an extension of time ia which to
remove their cattle from the Indian Terri
tory, the President issued his ultimatum io
the following words:
"Here you are after twelve days have
passed. If sny indulgence is shown it must
be an application in specific cases, with evi
dence that ary effort has been made to
comply with the order. If your interests
led you out cf the Territory instead of in,
I cannot help but think you would find
some way oui in the specified time. I wish
you. would cc-operate and take hold and
try to get tho cattle off. No argument will
induce me to change what has been done.
Some loss or iuconvonience willg no doubt
follow, but there is an interest greater than
ours which aimt receive attention.
Workers in bleacheries where chlorine is
largely used are singularly exempt from all
germ diseases, but suffer from special ail
ments induced by inhaling that gas.
Notwithstanding free schools and laws
fur compulsory education, there are 1,800,-
000 voters tn the United States who cannot
read their osn ballots, '
Carpets, after the dust has been beat
en out, may be brightened by scattering
upon them cornmeal mixed with salt, and
then sweeping it off. Mix salt and meal
in equal proportions.
Let nie lee," said a minister who was
filling out a marriage certificate and had
forgotten tho date, "this is tho 5th, is it
"No, sir," replied the bride, with some
indignation; "this b only my second."
Albright of the Albuquerque Demo
crat, who was a prominent aspirant for
the position of Secretarv of that Terri
tory, got badly left, as President Cleve
land had an Albany, X. Y., man staked
out for the petition.
The moss crop of Florida, says the
Pensacola Commercial, is worth more
than the cotton crop, and can be put on
the market at less expense. The demand
exceeds the supply, and there is not
county in which this product is not going
uapenese industries are mostly con
- . . ..
ducted in small workshops, with possibly
the aid of a primitive water wheel; fan-
making and the manufacture of porcelain
paper, pigments and lacquers, constitu
ting a large portion of the whole.
The New Forth Bridge, between North
and South Queenaferry, Scotland, ap
proaches completion. It is a cantilever
structure, 8,091. feet long, 150 feet high,
ana will cost 8,000,000. It has been
nearly eight years in building. Two thou
sand men are now employed upon it.
Electric Night Bell 03 Gurley
C.S. Hutchinson ft Co.
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES
Prescription Clerk in Attendance Day
SNYDER & McC ARROW",
tSfll klni o! Clrrentir Jnh WnrV nvnbl mi
Short ST. tic nJ
Shop on Ccrtcz and WUUi Street.
Pwacott, SnlySl. 1SS3.
claim and pronounce
the cut, aa is here
represented, aa their
brand on all Cattle
Crazing upon their ranges in Iiibklakd
VAiixr, Aeizo-a, and in Terry Cocxtt,
Texas. W. H. COMSTOCK.
June 15, 'So. C W. BEACH.
ROOMS FOR. RENT.
If. Tailor, on VcCormlek ftmt. has for wot
three deainble room, funuahel, aoUabie for a small
ftmllr. Alo. two room, furnlfhrd. inltable form.
tlcmas and Udj. ap?lr on tne presiiaea.
C S. trtf 1ST s sa,
CABFMTEHS & BUUDEBS
SATISFACTION C'JRA, fEED.
Sl.OO A. Bottle.
H. H. WMME A CO.. Roehtttv. H. T.
SldssJ. H. ft. CAKDKN, Cohunbtaaa. ala
nsorU that lis gained on. hnodredpw cent, ia
stranjeth by the in ot Warner's TxrrsCAftOB,
H. H. WARMER 4 CO., Rochester. M. K
B.A. WILCOX. CUjton.lf.Yws. cartd of
Balaria and dnpep.ia.loa " appatita, general
Uaulnde. eta, Vr Warner's TxrrscAHOx. Th
PANNtHBERB & MITCHELL,
Boy tad Sell on ConuniuloD, City and Country
Real Estate and
RENT, LEASE, AND PAY TAXES.
Asl Acd attend In general to the pro;rtr of n!
HjW denta sod joa-rMfEU- Make correct at
JJav (tracU of Title, and do ill llodf of noun work
Keep and adjntt accouct. Giro accurate informa
tion concerning dtj, country an4 mining propertiee.
SWe haTe for rent and 'or nle choice city rrop
trty, romUbed and onf ornlihedhou, farm, ranches
and plarer dafcnii
(3fAlo for , KTeral good horses and loot
Pannenberg & Mitchell.
Angus H, IBM.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Two frame houses and two lots on Granite
street, adjoining Martin Maier's Saloon.
Enquire on the premises.
Frescott Insurance Agency
FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
Largest Capital and Assets Represented
0 05 3,000,000 of Capital Represented by this Agency
This ,rgency Represents a Sufficient
Risks that may be ottered. Ine following
1810 Hartford Fire Ins Co of Hartford, Connecicnt. . .' 1884
1849 Springfield Fire and Marine Ins Co, Springfield, Mass.. . .1884
1858 Merchants Ins co of Newark, X J 1884
18G5 German Insur. ace Co f Freeport, Ills 1884
18C7 Orient Ins Co of Hartford, Connecticut 1884
18G1 Commercial Union Vssurance Co of London, England.... 1884
1J52 Lancashire Ins Co of Manchester, England 1884
1897 Norwich Unionlns Society of Norwich, Enjj 1884
1845 Royal Ins Co of Livorpool, En? 1884
1782 Phenix Assurance Co of London,
1851 Western Assurance Co of Toronto,
and the Travellers Life and Accident Insurance Co of Hartford. . . .1884
Grand Tatal Aaets Represented is
About $60,000 lias been paid by this
in the last three years, all satisfactorily
that this is the only Agency that does an
Policies written at this Agency for
PKESCOTT rTC 1 T KIT a I
Fine Rooms 50c
COMFORT AND ELEGANCE
HIS HOTEL, WHICH HAS JUST BEEN OPENED, IS NEW
and furnished in every particular with all the convenience
make it a
It is situated in the center of the
"Pncfrffir nn d is triA HfftST rONVEIET IfAfTftiR in NVtrflinrn
Arizona. Particular Attention
5 l-O - All ll 111
Prescott, July 1, 1885.
The Plaza Livery Stables,
FUGENE BAR1VJETT. Proprietor.
The Only First- JL
Class Livery in the -Q jiPT att Saddle Stock, Fine
City. Careful At- H&HiwH Buggies and Car-
tention Given to HRBSfr riages. My Terms
all btock. SKgV.RP !"JH-!. are Reasonable.
GURLEY STREET, OPP, NEW CLUB ROOMS,
WILL ALWAYS J51S SlvtvVr.il TO PATRONS
st. m in m run
NO CHANCE OF
San Francisco. Cala and
.-. n.m uiMvttn v rare sm SOW as
dally, without chaage, between Sjn Franclioo, Oato,
and St. LonU. Mo., orer the Boathera PadAe to tfte
Needle. Ue Atlantic aca raase to uuH
M.. the AtcnUon, Toptka and Basts to HaleSead.
Kan., and Uu SL Loui. and San rrandaco BaUway tr
.UlABU. TbU ti peSUrdy tne niy rtmw ran"
. . -. at fnnll. Rv Mil.
line there it onlyone change of care between the Fa
dflc and Atlantic Gout, whleh 1. at St. Lords
raaseBgera for St. Louu ana au saaiero ous
buy their ticket VIA TTALSTEAD. Kan, and th(
ST. ICTO a SAX nijrCSCO lUJlway. the
Through CarltouW Please call upon Ui
Tlclet Agent ana genua parucu.
ty-Traln caring Ihrnogh car on for BT. IMVIM
leives ASH FORK aUj at 5 S iiuo.
V.P.sa4 6a.Msasfr, Qta-raavapax,
J. F. MEADOIt, Ac ext,
Office At First National Bank, Pres-
Purchasers of Hand Fire Extinguishers.
THE PUBLIC ABE HEREBY CAU
n.t msnufacturinc. purchasing.
selling, using or harboring any Hand Fire
Extinguisher other th.n tho FLAGG FIRS
T? VTTXfJ OTSHER. which is manufactured
and sold under Letters Patent No. 80, 720,
dated August 4 1868, the
Erer issued for a tire extinguishing com
pound. All other Hand Fire Extinguishers
are infringements upon this patent.
The Flag Fire Extinguisher is ths only
tha United States lawfully au
thorized to manufacture and sell Hand Fire
Extinguishers, as the Letters Patent under
which the Flag Fire Extinguisher is manu
factured and sold antedate
Suits hare been commenced in ths
United 8taea Circuit Court for ths South
ern District of New xork azainst
The Harden Hand Grenade Fire Extin
The Hayward Hand Grenade Firs Extin
The Harkness Firs Extinguisher Com
John E. Lone. Asent Lewis Band Fir
M. F. Smvth and P. J. Clark,
For inf lintrement of said patent, and I shall
proceed against all parties manufacturing,
sollintr. usinz or having in their possession
Hand Fire Exinguiahers in violation of said
In Durchasinsr Hand Fire Extinguishers,
be careful to see thst they bear ths label of
the Flatgr Fire Extinguisher.
New York JIanaser Flaag Fire Extin
Great Inducements Offered.
SEND FOR CIRCULaRS. AGENTS WASTED FOR
Ali FAUTS OF THE PACIFIC COAST.
LELAND S. GAMBLE,
109, California Street,
General Agent Facihc Coast.
by any Insnrance Agencr Jn Arixan t
Number of Companies to write the largest
Kesponsibls Companies are Represented
Agency for losses in Prescott and vicinity
adjusted and promptly paid. Remember
exclusive INSURANCE BUSINESS.
severs! of the above named Companies at
U. it. JLAKTIMDELL, Agext.
and $1 Per Day.
city, within fifty yardi of the
Paid to the Comfort of my Gueste I
T . IV!T7 . T--k-rS I
- - I
Best of driving and
Liquors and Cigars
M.G0LDW ATER AND SON
UliDBEDS OP ARTICLES AT SEDUCED PRICaW,
Of -til Finest
Men's, Youth's and ChUdren's
cent below cost. It goods sola are not as repreirawxi,
Your Money will be Refunded.
An Experience of
OUGHT TO SATISFY
will be paid for unless we mean business.
WE 00 NOT ADVERTISE OUR STOCK.
but we keep on hand everything you need, from needlt to an
The Very Best Varieties of Ladies9 Good
Orders From tho Ctuntry Promptly Attended to.
M. GOLDWATER &S0N.
Imported Gringrer Alt?, ADollanar "Wi
Beer, anQ Ale, nt tt low lgrixxesju
ETKext to BONES & SPEKCEM
STOCK OF GENPS CLOTHWC,
sHTEVER BROUGHT TO ARIZONA.g
ALL BOUGHT TniS SEASON FOR CASH.
CORDUROY SUITS - S5.00
CASS I MERE SUITS - $6.00
ALL WOOL OVERSHIRT ..... Sl.OO
Genuine Kentucky Jean Pants, - - - SI .SO
"WE HAVS A. A-OT OF
VERY CHEAP SUITS
such as our competitors advertise,
A wonderful collection of Superior Goods, Marvelously Chtap
Vnaiiengmg uompanson. and standing alone above all
Competition. We ask but one trial and you
will surely call again
The Lowest Prices Win the Trada
A VBY NICE STOCK OF UNDERWE4B.
Tho only house in Prescott having for sale BURT ft MEAAS
posi t forget tHE place,
West Side of
KELLY & STEPHENS
GOLDEN RULE STORE,
Hate th Largest and Mcwt CafaUy Psrcbawd Stock
it.. . n...t.i. .t l. r -
f I n i. a
LIDEa RfluiIS f aClTIC
sswas wwwy vs w wvsaws unnil vavflsltll
AND A2C ENDLESS VABIETT OXf
Hucumgnam & Hechrs
Magnificent Selection of Ladies'
reeUca; patcfol for the VL"nZ -atronao beatowrf
SaTNORTHWlsa; CORNER OF THE PLAZiJ
The Williams House.
THE LEADING HOTEL OF PRESCOTT.
umy uoteim Northern Arizona with hard finished rooms.
BOARD PER WEEK, $7.00.
AE THE LARGEST AND BEST
II. A. KENDALL. PrnnrfMni
JmHi gggiaC!iasasa a5P
CBotliing, will be sold at 30 per
Twenty - Five Yeaw.
THE PUBLIC THAT
On? IY GOiDl
which we will sell at !
Iew lork cost.
Thov r the boas.
the Plaza, Montezuma Street,
n.' m . .
. . .
l.lasT rISUas llaaariMsr
Unrivalled Manufactu a
and Children's Shoes, just arrived
Cfon Uiea la the pat. Uier ffl
APPOINTED IN PRESCOTT
in Every Respect.
1 fa- MJR W