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a W. BEACH, Editor and Proprietor.
06 SXl WEE?
. C. BAKE.
In la Sas
From Wednesday's Daily.
Agaa Iria.had a pear dowa rata last
Mr. CasaaWU of the Peck is oa a visit to
Oar Coaaty jail baa aow tea priaonera
witkia it vaults.
"Hoof aad Horn" begin to assume a
Pa a at .Ton aimer's aew residence is
SksII Tattey oa Friday evening.
Walawt Grove had a raisfyesterday which J
cawed the ravines aad gulches to run high ;
There are a great many people from the
country ia atteadanee oa the District
The funeral of the little child of Mr. and
Mrs. Oeokaey was largely atteaded to-day
from the M. . Church.
We hear that the repairs apoa the Co art
Hoase tower will not be completed yet for
fear or fire days.
It is said that the recent sickness at the
Needles which carried offasTeral persons to
aakkly was Asiatic cholera.
Antelope, the Wal!apai beauty, has beea
presented.-by one of t'retcott's esthetic
young gents with a red parasol.
Foa Rkct A tdwelliDg house, with fire
rooms, near the plaza; good water. Eu
qairs at the Missa office.
Aheavyraia fell last evening at the
Dairy reach of J. D. Cook five miles north
Bisaea Udell declares his innocence in
the penary case and relies upon his frisnds
to assist kiatHn gaining his freedom.
A telegram received to-day states that
work on Jhe branch road will be resumed
i all freight tariff's are arranged.
Jake Marks aad Mr. Goldman of Phenix
departed' hoase ward this morning after a
sojourn in PrescoUof 8 days,
Apeafae eoaaty Jiaa. been favored with
plenty of -ram aad rGadi are reported in bad
Praspptt has a new Catholic priest, an
Italiaa-by birth. The Bishop has gone
back to Tacsoa, also several Sisters.
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The;- K? scue
Messrs. Cox and
Craigae,- has started up, we are informed, on
ore belonging to Secretary Van Annan and
Yesterday and to-day Messrs. Baker,
Wilder and other stock men loaded at Ash
Fork3$cara of cattle which are going to
the tfshsas market.
Joarpo.Tpugherty, who was formerly in
ce-partnetship with J. W. Dougherty, has
purclaaed the O. K. store and will continue
business at the old stand.
TJarry Carpenter, who is about to visit
Yuma and become one of the prison offi
cers -at that place, resigned from the Pres
cott RUUs at their meeting last evening
Potatoes are. selling below cost ia the.
Preaoott market, and we would suggest to
farmers aad all those interested to not over
stock the market.
Fiax The large quarts mill at Provi
des oe, Cel., was a few days since destroyed
by fire. All ssea inconsequence have been
discharged, and work ot all kind isat astsnd
etiH. George W. Stewart has a lengthy and
well written article ia the San Francisco
Mining aad Scientific Press of August 8th.
lis has a good opiaioa of oar quarts and
Skull aad Cirkland Valleys were visited
last night by a heavy rain about the tint
of the season. This will cause grass to
grow ia that section, much ta the delight r
cattle and horses.
Several officers and soldiers from Whip
ple were before the U. S. Grand Jury this
momintr, with a view of throwing some light
upon the murder or death of a colored sol
dier St 'Whipple a few days since.
The .fum.or j current ia Preaoott, that a
shock of aa earthquake was riidly felt at
Whipple last night: Was it really a rock'
tng of the earth, or did some of the "coon"
soldiers statioaed at Whipple put up a job
on the' ansaspectug? If it was a genuine
thock,'-then it failed to reach PrescotL
Many friends of Judge John Howard will
nrge President Cleveland to favor him with
a consulateahip to China. He is a father
to the Celestials of this city and would Uke
well over the great waters ta the City of
tae Big WalL We don't want to part with
eur.fnend, but hope he will be successful
all the same.
iUxrusEr.. "S. L. R " writins fro-n
Silver City, New Mexico, is informed that
his communication is rejected, as it seems
ioeoia personal ostur and reflects ujor
a' well known attorney of this county. We j
have not pat the Mixek up as a cannon
with .which to shoot people indisenmiuat
ely. -Wo acknowledge the receipt of aa illus
trated Monthly, called ,Oating," contain
lag n article from the pen of Capt-Jno.
G. Burke, who served so long and faith
fully on General Crook's staff in Arisona
and elsewhere. The article is interesting
and treats of Gen. Crook's campaign two
years ago in the Sierra lUdro Mountains of
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Governor TriUe has been applied to
for a requisition for the delivery of Al
bino Aguerra, who killed John Maccor
. l j i .i r m
uimnm., uiBincfc uoaimiwuner irom wra
has county to the New Orleans exposi
turn, who wasmurdered at uuiton, on the
i ta inst. As there was no evidence be-
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A water tram running west on the A.
P-K.fi. between Truxton and Hack-
1 m . .. ,
wrun i-esu.j morning last, was
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in th. - nnn.if
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Mrs. Downing, wife of the yard master
at Peach Spring, had her leg broken
above the knee and was otherwise badly
1 a. t . -mar -w . m .
nurt, wnue .nrs. liraay ox the same
place was badly shaken op. About 600
feet of the track was torn up, and the
passenger train was delayed six hoars in
consequence. Mohave County Miner.
Mrs. Downing has since died of her
injuries. Ed Minkb.
Across the ocean in the flowery king
dom the rice eaters of Asia celebrate
everv fifth dsr as a holiday or Sundav
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maicins six xor eacn montn. ilere in
Amenca where they work for themselves
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wuj uu ju wur ounney,
adhere to their Chinese Sabbath day. A
Celestial of some intelligence told us that
"Melican man's religion no good," where
upon we accused bim of being a heathen;
belonging to a race who feed their dead
by placing on their graves carcasses of
hogs, hens and other substantial. The
Cninaman cut tur conversation short by
assesting that a hog, chicken or plate of
rice on the grave of the departed would
do as much good as two or three bushels
From Thursday's Daily.
-oaa vo . P m xnompwn ai.ey.
The case of GUlisn vs. Al Cook was
vt m . e . - rm it I
tried in tne J ustice Court tolay.
Captain- Carrington left Whipple this I
morning for California with the rifle team. I
Messrs. Black and Planet are up from
Kirkland Valley, and tell asthet no ra"n
has yet visited that section. I
Lieut. Bioshsm we are told leaves tmternooa- When ccost1 in prison he
St. Louis en Sunday morning. It is said sa,d bl n&ae w Dangier, was a French
he will not return to Ariz ma. I man, native of Paris, and aged 34 years.
Fhot graphy has attained such a dejrree
of perfection that a bullet from a gun can I but beyond this refused to say more, re
be readily taken at its lightning speed. peating what he had previously stated,
For nose bleeding try bathing the face
and neck in cold water. Ether applied
to the back of the neck is a sure remedy,
James Stockd.de, a well known prospec-
tor aad sporting man, died in Tucson on the
5th inst. from an overdose cf morphine!
The bliodnef s in cattle herds is, we learn I
from a scientific source, caused by heat and
flier. This theory has also been advanced
by some of our cattle men who hove watch
ed the disease.
Ben Belcher, the genial traveler for Guss
Ellis & Co., leaves to-day on a visit to the
mining camps at Tiptop, Peck, e He
ill in fact continue his trip to Presi -tt. I
Pima County ten years ago was in debt
191,000. Four years after the debt was
reduced to twenty-eight thousand. Still I
further on six years, the County has rolled
up a debt of about (400,000. Doing well.
J. H. Carpenter gave his friends last
evening a social party before leaving for
Yuma, where be goe as one of the Terri
torial Prison officers. Harry has msny
friends in Prescott who with him all luck
and prosperity ia his new field of labor
We are told that Tim Hawkins has struck I
his fortune over in the Bradshaw country,
Ore on exhibition from his find at the store
of Bones & Spencer shows plenty of free
gold. If the ledge has size it certainly
must be of considerable value.
Cataract mines are looming up and ore
secured which justifies shipment to Colo
rado for treatment. The canyon of Cata
ract Creek has been located for a distance
of five miles. A good trail is being made
from the Kees mine up on top of the mesa
where a good road leads to Ash Fork.
On Tuesday last four smelters at Selbv's
Works were started up roaatitfg ores, and
running night and day. The works are in
constant receipt of ore from Arizona, Neva
da and different counties of this state, and
in a little while the entire establishment
wRl be in operation. Vallejo (Cal.) Chroni
cle. Improve your herds; put in alfalfa;
bore wells, and you will find cattle rais
ing the most profitable legi.imate in
vestment in the country; for you are
thea conducting the business on the es
tablished principles which insure success,
improvement and advancement
We have seen no mention made of the
U. S. Marshal having in custody the Indian,
Dutchy, who was indicted by a U. S. grand
jury for the murder of a mormon near San
Carlos and, therefore, we presume he is still
in keeping of ths military at Fort Bowie.
It is quite time he was ia custody of the
marshal where he properly belongs. Silver
A herd of cattle numbering 1500 to
1000 head and about 50 horses belonging
to S. J. Conncrs and J. W- Ellison late of
Texas, were driven through from Globe
on Friday, cn route to the Verde country.
They came through from Texas to Bowie
station by rail and were driven from the
latter point. The drive told severely on
the stock; a considerable number were
lost on the way and all were in poor con
dition. However, with care, no further
losses need be sustained as water is
abundant and feed much better between
here and Verde. Another drove of 500
brad belonging to the same parties will
pass through here a in few days. Silver
NEWS ABOUND THE WORLD.
- I savages or the cholxsa.
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- 1 jsaana, August 10. i n ere were
- 1 4,71 1 new cases of cholera aad 1,511
deaths reported Snnda'r throughout
1 Lonrinn Anrat If) Thm aanitavw
condition of thii city eioelent Md it
is not to be believed that cholera wil!
xr.r.;il.. in i
I w Vui-
CU1, here are down with the cholera
re dxPn? g to the epidemic,
and trains are filled with refugee fleein
Pans, August 10. A report from
Marseilles states that the weather is
j again Tery warm and the cholera increas
tng to such an extent that Lospitals hare
been opened for patients. Reports from
Toulon state that two deathi from cholera
haveoccured there and several new cases
Granada, Spain, August 10. Granada
is to-day in a most deplorable condition,
the result nf h cKnloM Tk cf Ai
i iiHirm ir m r wnvcik Thin it r
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pioe iass yearaunng mn cnoiera ep-
detaic in tW .tv T. m nn
in Granada now, and the dead bodies of
j cholera victim, lie nnburied in the
MAXWELL OX BOARD.
San Francisco, Aug. 10. The steamer
Zealandia is just reported four miles out
side of the harbor, and will be in at 1 1
Maxwell, the alleged St. Louis murderer,
is supposed to be on board.
Later The steamer arrived in at 11
o'clock a. m. with Maxwe'd on board in
charge of officers.
On the passage from Auckland, Max
well was manacled at night, and the two
detectives kent six honrs w&tehra nrer
him day and ni-ghL He Ioaintained
feet ease durine the entire trip of twentr-
one days, never srivins Urn detectives the
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slightest trouble. Two carriages were in
waiting at the steamer landing, and the
detectives with Maxwell, were driven to
prison, where the prisoner will re-
mam until his departure to-morrow af-
He acknowledged having known Preller,
that his attorneys had cautioned him
about savinsr anvthinc of the crime with
which he is charged. Ex-Police Ser-
geant Clark said he was familliar with
that patois, whereon Maxwell suddenly
chesked himself and refuted to further
continue the conversation. Captain
1 provided Maxwell with clean clo-
,i,:n nr,nrtltnrr tn WI,. l,;m 1,
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graphed. When he had finished his toi
let he looked more like the description
published than he did when he came over
in the ship. The side entrance to the
city prison is surrounded by a crowd ea-
cer to set a clance at the notorious uriso-
ner. Maxwell positively refused to
make any statement respe ting the crime
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strenuously advised by his counsel not to
open his mouth except to put food in it
He looks cheerful and says he never felt
better in his life. He will be taken East
A MUBDEEESS If Af.lt IKS.
Kansas City, Aug. 10. The Times'
Erie, Kansas, special says: Mrs.
found kie Morris, who was venterdav
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guilty of the murder of her mother, was
married last evening to Harry D. Cope-
land, of Wichita.
AS A RAILROAD ESGIXEK3L
New York, August 10. The World
prints the following specisJ from Sarato-
"I was shown a dispatch yesterday
which says Colonel Fred Grant has ac
cepted the position of engineer of a rail
road company, jwhich is backed by the
Baltimore and Ohio and Wisconsin Cen
tral for the purpose of making a new
entrance into Chicago. Colonel Fred
Grant will go to Chicago to take charge
of this new work as soon as he has time
to gather together his father's papers and
loose threads of his affairs. Colonel
Grant bad a very thorough education as
engineer at West Point, and should do
very well ia railroad work. Then is cq
doubt President Cleveland would give
him a commission in the ixmy, but Colo
nel Grant, it is said, has finally resolved
to take bis chances in civil life.
New York, August 10. In an inter
view yesterday Colonel Grant said: I
think father's book will appear before
long. We do not yet know exactly what
or how much manuscript there is lost.
The last pages my father wrote have not
been looked over, and there is a large
amount of matter cot in l!orm for publi
cation. Oa my rrturn to Mount McGre
gor I shall devote the next, four weeks to
looking over the manuscript, I shall
make copies of all his papers and preserve
the originals. I am notyot sure whether
or not there will be enough matter for
two volumes, but what thro is will be
published with as little revising as possi
ble. The story will be biought dewn to
my father's death, and when this has
been done, whatever there is, will be
Inrecard to his mother's health he
said: My mother is physically very
strong, and I have no doubt that in time
she will regain her usual health. She
long time to my father's sick room. If
she had aot beea very strong, she would
have broken dewa long ago. I think
that in a weak with a change of sur
roaadiags, aba will recover rapidly. As
to the fa tare plaae of the family, I can
not speak very definitely. We shall al!
go back to Mount McGregor, and re
main till fall, whoa the family must
Mrs. Grant will doubtless occupy the
house on Sixty-sixth street
DESTRUCTIVE STORM AT GLOBE.
Va Wednesday afternoon Ulooe was
visited by one of the most violent storms
witnessed here. Its approach was heralded
by the appearance in the southeast of dark
and ominous clouds which advanced rapidly
until the heavens wen overcast, and accom
panied by vivid lightning, deep muttering
thunaer and the roar of water, the storm
burst over the town with onwonted fury.
Rain and hail rode upon the blast and fell
in torrents until every hitherto dry wash
wss oonverted into a river, Pinal creek was
soon bank full end the angry flood fretted
as it coursed its way north until it cleared
the boundary of the storm. On its turbu
lent a crate of live ducks rode tranquilly
a spring mat trass was likewise carried down
stream, also a trank which doubtless met
with rougher usage than it ever had ex
perienced from the hands of a baggage
The hsil industriously harvested the fruit
and played havoc with window panes.
A. Bailey bemoans the loss of fruit from
of the visitation of hsil, and otherwise suf
ferred from the flood of water, as did many
of his neighbors from the same cause.
Joseph Thomas, whose place adjoins Dr
Stallo's on the north, sustained a heavy loss
by the destruction of his fruit, upon which
he had bestowed great care.
Meanwhile the wind was idle as it attest
ed by wrecked buildings which impeded its
John Birchett's house was almost com
pletely demolished, and his chicken house,
quite a preteniiuos affair, was so badly
wrecked that scarce a vestage of it remain
ed. The Skinner building on the hill, recent
ly ased as dancing school, waltzed around to
the dolorous howling of the wind. It re
mained intact but now nearly at right
angle from its original position.
An outbuilding on the premises of Geo.
A. Allen wss also partially wrecked.
The torrent of water and mud deluged
the apartments of Ed Lynes and A. L.
Walker and assisstant postmaster Thos.
ltonergan, rendering tnem temporarily
The residences of Dr. W. H. Cook and
W. Frakes on Nob Hill emerged from
the storm unscathed, but pretty well shaken
up. Mrs. Cook mourns the loss her birds
and cages; when last seen they were eddying
in the upper air, gone, gone for ever from
her gaze! Old Boreas also played mad
planks within doors, shiftting the furniture
even to the piano, from accustomed posi
At the south end, one of the adobe walls
of Charles Banker's brewery was blown
down and Wm. Kollner, who had sought
refuge in the building, narrowly escaped
being hurried underneath. At Postmaster
Kennedy's residence a number of large win
dow panes were broken by tho hail and the
ard strewn with aeons.
Notwithstanding the damage done, the
storm was welcome by our citizens, wearied
by the drouth and intolerable heat that had
prevailed for such a length of time. J
At the late target practice for prizes, and
also for members of the Department Team
the following persons were successful, hav
ing attained the highest score:
Lieut Bingham, 452; Sergt. Major Sey
mour, 451; Sergt. McFaul, 421; Private
Housten, 430; Sergt Elszy. 423; Sergt.
Pendergraas,421; Serg-Curtis, 420; Sergt.
Cox, 411; Sergt. Mauer, 400; Private
Hose, 394; Corporal Berry, 392; Sergt
Warren, 390; Corporal Thompson and
Private Wsitt aa the two alternates.
First Lieutenant T. A Bingham, corps of
engineers, Having made tne oest aggregate
score in the contest for places on the De-
oartment Team, ia announced aa the winner
of the Department gold medal.
Sergeant Major George Seymour, Fourth
Cavalry, having made the best aggregate
score ia the individual skirmish match, is
entitled to the Department silver medal.
Revs. Green of Prescott, Bristowof Camp
Verde, Melton of Florence, and Windes of
Miami kindly invite the co-operation of all
the christian inclined people of the sur
rounding country to come in and camp and
help to sustain a protracted meeting to
commence Friday night, September 18th.
It is an undenominational movement and
we trust all will take hold and be as useful
The above is clipped from a Globe paper.
Now just where the protracted meeting is
to be held is left with the reader to infer.
It is mixed, and a fair sample of the Rev.
Mr. Windes descriptive power.
Five months ago, or thereabout, the
grandest legislative body knownjclosed its
session at the City lfall. Some of the
crudest laws were passed at that session
that were ever placed on the statute
book. Now we find a court of justice
occupying the same hall, trying to settle
judicial questions and to interpret tho
true meaning of some of the meaningless
bills introduced and passed by the inglor
ious Thirteenth. Judge Howard holds
the situation, but strange aa it may
appear, a little messenger in the shaj-eof
an eavo swallow is in constant attendance
and no doubt is an angel messenger sent
from an unknown source to assist in un
ravelling the mysterious laws which ema
nated frerm the minds of thirty-six illus-
trions men lsst January and February.
GERONIMO AND HIS INDIANS.
Captain H. M. Kendall, commanding
troop A of the Sixth cavarly, was in the
city, yesterday, stopping at the European
hotel, on his way from the Indian front
in Old Mexico to Fort Wingate. Those
who think that the soldiers have been
having a picnic down in that country have
only to look at this browed officer with bis
threadbare and weather beaten uniform to
be undeceived. His personal appearance
gives every indication of hard and trying
service, Captain Kendall lias been with
Crawford's command, and they penetrat
ed into Old Mexico through a country oi
terrible roughness, where great privations
were endured. Captain Kendall says the
Apache have all broken up into smal
bands, and he thinks all but three families
will make their way back to the reserva
tion, Geronimo, Mangas, and Natches
with their families, he .thinks will not
come back across the Mexican line. Cap
tain Kendall says that Mangos and not
Geronimo, is the real leader of the hostile.
but Geronimo has been crdeited with
leadership because he was better known
and was an older man. Speaking of the
late battle, between the Mexican troops
and the Yaqui Indians in Sonora, the cap
tain says that the Mexicans were butcher
ed in a horrible manner, and are reported
down there to have lost fully a thousand
men. The wily Indians enticed them
into a cleared spot in the center of a large
canebrake, and from the protection of the
thick canes surrounding the slaughter pen
shot them down as though they were dogs
in a pound. Albuquerque Journal.
BLAINE, ON GEN. GRANT.
James G. Blame closed his oration, de
livered at Augusta, Me., upon the occasion
of memorial services to the dead General,
For more than twenty years from the
death of Lincoln to the close of his own
ife General Grant was the most conspicuous
character in America one to whom leaders
ooked for leadership; upon whom parti-
sans built their hopes of victory; to whom
personal friends by the tens of thousands
offered their devotion. It was according
to weakness and strength of human na
ture that counter movements should en
sue, that General Grant's primacy should
be challenged; that his party should be
resisted; that his devoted friends should bo
confronted by jealou- men in his own ranks,
and by bitter enemies in the ranks of his
opponents. But all these resentments are
buried in the grave which to-dy receive
his remains. The contention respecting his
rank as Commander ceases, and Unionists
and Confederates alike testify to his prowess
in battle and his magnanimity in peace.
he controversy of his civil administration
closes, as Democrats and Republicans unite
in pronouncing him to have been in every
act and every aspiration an American
Judge William J. Berry has removed his
gunsmith shop to Railroad avenue, the first
house west of the Amino House. The
judge is one of the best gunsmiths in the
territory and deserves a good patronage.
The Judge must be one of the largest
owners of fire-arms in America, providing
his customers use him at all his homes as
they did in Prescott. Here, when he re
paired a gun or pistol, the article was in
variably left as part payment for the work.
Perhaps he may arrange to arm the Chi
Individuals sometimes complain of a
very unpleasant sensation at the pit of
the stomach, aa if "the bottom had drop
ped out" The feeling is commonly due
to the improper use of the breathing ap
paratus. The abdominal and dorsal
muscles havo become relaxed, and the
diaphram has beea forced to do more
than its share of work. The remedy is
fresh air and exercise.
Cononel Bob Groom is in town from
tho Castle Creek country, where ne dis
covered a valuable gold mine some time!
since, which he has been working with
profitable results. Bob looks much im
proved in health and vigor since his last
visit He is an old Haasayampar, and
was a member of the first legislative as
sembly of Arizona. Phenix Gazette.
At the Cascades, on the Columbia
river, Saturday, a boat containing Wil
liam Heppener, Ceorge Hanson, James
Snyder, wife aad little girl, was swept
over the falls and all hands lost
A. C. TRASK
FORD WARDING & COMMISSION
ASH FORK, ARIZONA.
Grain and freighter's
Goods forwarded promptly to all part
of Northern Arizona at Low Rates.
COX SI lift MEN Ttf SOLICITS I.
Brecht t Throne,
an sow ran pteeeret ta 4o an atede ef
Wagon and Blacksmith Wort!
Canter Kraaite and Gswieystt
whers wa bava s fan tteek ef
Wagon Timber, Iron aad Steel Axles,
Iron and Steel Tire, eta,
rereslasttba lowest Fries. A!so agists tot Bet
A son of Mr. Colgan is quite sick.
Adam Scott is improving from a very
has beea eae of the warmest of
J. H. Lee and daughter were in tbeeity
to-day from American Ranch.
Baa Francisco papers an no once tho arri
tral ia that city ef an Arisona official.
There is no money in the City Treasury.
what u to be dune for the next five
City snd County affairs should be han
died with care, and great economy exer
Quite a 0 amber of Prescott people went
out to Skull Valley this afternoon to attend
Oar County Hospital has bat two in
mates, and one ef those is about well and
ready to be discharged therefrom.
Mr. Mark Vfollenburg informed the Mi
xes this morning thst there was a new ar
rival last evening at his residence. It was
a fine girl baby.
The many friends ot M. Goldwater Wotlld
like to know why it was that ho resigned
the office bestowed upon him by almost tho
Col. Andrews, tho jolly railroad engineer,
took hi departure for the East this morn
ing, ua book of experiences ia Arizona
will be locked for with an Baasual amount
The Cataract cosntry is represented ss
one of the most beautiful sections in the
United States. Bridal Veil Falls are espe
cially mentioned ss very interesting.
Hon. A D. Lemon, of Phenix, delivered
a fine oration, on Gen. Grant, at Memoria
Exercises st Phenix.
One of the finest eulogiea to the memory
of Geceral Grant seen br us at delivered
at Yuma, by Hon. $am Purdy.
Tho Tucson Tailings, which by the way
wss a bright paper, has suspended.
The Albuquerque Journal praises Crook.
Not Incg since it was full of criticisms on
thst officer. iv
There art a large number of baking pow
ders in the market containing alum, and
some that contain ammonia, but in propor
tions so moderate thst they might be ased
in safety whsn proper caution is exercised.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder, howev
er, is 'recommended by chemists as being
free from alum, ammonia aad any other
The follow it a list of letters remaining
in the Prescott postofficc for the week end
ing Aug. 13, 1885:
Armstrong R L Hay John
Baldwin W C Hutchison Bonj
Bannister Oscar Harper F B
Buckley A T Jacoby F
Bush C A Kouniz Al
Carey Geo 0 Lea Van Nettie Mi
Chart J S Murrine Jas
Creel man H Meers J K
Coates Mr Spear Frank
FenrusoB A D Smith Laura Miss
Gibson A R Underwood H D Mrs
Alma da Jesus Garaia Antonio
Call fer advertised letters.
J. H. A. Mabsr, Postmaster.
om and after July 1st.
885. the subscription price to
will be reduced to
$3 PER YEAR
Let all who desire a County
Paper avail themselves of this
opportunity and send in THREE
DOLLARS for a year's sub
scription. CIIaS. w. beach.
June 30, 1885.
The MINER, which has the Iarg;
est and iSest selected Job
office in Arizona is pre
pared to do all
kinds of work
at On Half
terheads, Billheads .
and all commercial work
done at San Francisco rates.
Sind in orders' an'd save money
PaasooTT, Aug. 19th, 1886.
ErrroE Mrxxi: As an Item ef aows the
following is transmitted: . , .
Mr. will go o New York ia a
few days to spend his annual vaestioa, aae
will retfrn with one.of ,,the farfeff.
sdiesthat State can furnish, Wloalhc It
feiitly to the fair oars of Prescott. k
Itot having any, ua for them. I will set!
for 250, cash two large mules,, oao aew
Studebaker wagon, set of chain hsraeac
with hobbles and nose sacks, etc. 'Tha'
whole outfit for the above price. First seats
f rst served. Gxo. H. Cassjt .
The finest tonic lor nerrotu paopr
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, which insures,
perfect digestion snd assimilalion, sad the.
active performance of their functions by the
liver and bowels. As the system acquires,
tone throneh the influence of this boaics
medicine, the nerves grow stronger sad,
more tranquil, headaches sease, and thai
nameless anxiety which is the peculiarity of
the dvspeatic. trues way to cheerfullaeee.,
To establish health on a sate foundation, ass)
the peerless invigoraat For sals by all
rruggists and Dealers generally
RANCH AMD BATTLE FOR SAU?
Located in Skull VaUejJ
Being desirous of closing out
business in the. County,' the fol
lowing property.,13, offered for$
sale at a very low figure. It
located m Skull", taltef: fdoff
and water in abundance, and haa
11 . i . i-ri ill
au me iacumes ior maiuiig iy .
desirable and profitable place for
One Ranch, together mtijfVtff
head of fine Cattle, i Horses,'
1 Wagon and Harness, Farming'
utensils, good House, Barn and
out ouuamgs, etc. at, present,
there are 60 acres under cultivaj
tion. A spring of never failing
water on the place. ..
For further information caff
on or address the undersigned af
Prescott, Aug. 7, 1885.
wm be 4ea for throajra traffic Sateen tae Mae
Pnllman Palace Sleeping Gxtk
Wffl lew ARraqswce lev Ssa Tnaeiaaa,
AaS MS kaaMffar artfe atied' oaftsrt I
lawacsunoaaatuauae (irca Mirer
Trseaetset TrstesteTC Ash fart. &9 A.'wi
Aim at VnMlowes Ioa.w :atAAeaaas e
GOING WEST. ,..w ,
Tnlam Writ-Train lmva At'bccaaacM at 3:40 f.V.
srriTstWlBilo;5W9 r.sl. at AshTorSatlOir Jf.
BaV Tlaonga Tick' to an Extant tai WaatarV
Tar tafaraaaMoB aoaeevaJs faaesBfer ee
BsbMaaesnatoStoaat . , , .
J. F. a&ADOR,
At first National Bask.'
W. St. a.. Aeiena.sr. m.
F. W. SMITH. Gen'l Sept.
All kinds' of advertising
has been Reduced at
the MINER office. Do
not fail to get our fig
ures before Ordering
LEGAL ads. cut to a?
Tery Low Figure;
All stock owners should have
their BRANDS published irr
a newspaper in the County where'
they keep their stock. Realizing,
this fact and for tne purpose of
giving all persons a chance to
avail themselves of the ODDortu.-
nity the IvIHTEH wL
publish each brand at $6.0Qtr
per year. -'