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ARIZONA WEEKLY JOl)RAl-MINEB
WEDNESDAY JUNE 2.I88C.
From Thursdays Daily.
W:cii your lamp.
Only two mere ees of Kbool.
Cbino valley strawberries have pp
The boiril of fire delegates meet to
Tbe nine days old infant of Dr. tad .Mrs,
Rol ioson is critically ill.
Tbe issue asylum directors held a
meeting in Pbenix on Monday.
Tne White Monotain Apacbe are said
to be restless and threatening.
Tbe manager of tbe Tucson Citizen has
enlisted for tbe war against tbe Apacbe.
A. Oisiger, general aerrics clerk in tbia
department, baa left for tbe cut to take a
position as clerk under General Crook.
Tbe teachers of tbe public school are
drilling their pui.ils for a public entertain
Jaent to be given at tbe close of fcbool.
Geo. W. Sines and S. A. Logan are ia
Phemx attending tbe Grand Lodge of
Enighta of Pythias whic met thnre yester
Iron for tbe A. t P. aide track at Cblno
station to receive tbe material for our
branch road has been forwarded to that
Major John Reese tbe well known pros
pector nd miner ia in town, alter an ab
sense of several month developing his
A bill of sale from Joba Goodwin sr. nd
Jobn Good :n ir. to Joteph Eubn for 175
head of cattle, baa b-en fi'ed fir ireord
Tbe price paid per bead was $16.
Tbe mercury, ia Present thermometers,
ambitions to rise in tbe world is kept in
check and prevented frcaa accompliaibg it
purpose by tbe cool mountain brccrrs.
Slay or Ltil, of Albuquerque, baa beem
sued, for S600. by Kahn Wuriburg Jt Co.
of this nlacf. Tbev cashed an order for
that amount when Lail was a contractor on
the A. & P. road and hate never been able
to collect tbe money.
Geo. Wiekler mud partner are djwn
tbirtv feet on tbeir Whit Spar mint and
have about tea tons of ore out ready for
shipment. Thy have mada tbe prrsent
depth without having to reaurt to blasting.
Tne ore badv is about two feet wide and
&; it j $1,500 per ton.
A whiskey ilrummej just iu frnm Pbccia
report the mercury hiving an upward
tendency at 1 15 in tbe rhadr. He says
George Sines was occupying the coolest
placi be could find iu tbe town, mopping
the perspiration f'Om his bro " With three
bindana handkerchief sighirg for the cool
breez s o? Preseott.
There will be a jjeuerM sufpenaion of
kusinesaon Moad&y toj tin in tbe memorial
Ernest Fi'itr r.csivjd wiou injuries
recently near Thompson valley by his horse
Tbe burning of tbo Grand Centra! hoist
ing works ia Tombstone tLrowJ 150 men
out of employ uicnt.
Miiiet's nivy yard, at the Miller creek
dam, wilt be in full blast to-morrow, with
co.d br on draught.
ting of tbe democratic county cen
tral cojajfcteo is called for June 26tb, to
bo held attamiiams House.
Tbe east bouaEyi fajled to connect
with tbe atage at Fork yesterday
morning, leaving us witLlViT California
mail last evening.
imv. J. m. ureen n just in from 1
son valley, and will hold jervices at
Baptist church to-morrow at 10:3 a
No service In the evening.
Tbe most vigilant investigation by tbe
officers, has thus far thrown no light on tbe
mystery surrounding tbe disappearance of
P. A. Betkers of the San Fraccisco moan
During tbe absence of Geo. W. Sine, ia
Pbenix, Jame Guild baa the general super
vision of tbe Sazerac saloon. As a dipen
ser of palatable liquids, Mr. Guild has few
rqua's and no superiors.
It was just tour year and one day frsm
tbe date of the big fire in Tombstooe which
destroyed the greater portion of the busi
ncas part of town, until the fire this week
which destroyed the works of tbe Grand
see tbe nan coughing. Does it aot
hurt bim to cougbt Certainly it does,
Then wby does he not take Red f tar
Cough cure! Will that cure biml Of
course it will. There are no opiates or
poisons in it. It is purrly vegetab'e and
Itaaaeervaane la Pmettc
Geo. H. Tit kf r left 1-ir Lnme tlrs morn.
Collections 'were reported ge.xl yetcr-
sail Iat evening from either east or
Doublets line of Neckwear at the
Col. 11. IL Nisbct has been appointed
The Rifles will
a dance on the
Tbe Grand Army Post is deserving of
much praise for tbe perfection el tbeir
arrangements for tbo observance of .Mem
orial day, its everything passed off smooth,
and harmoniously as could be desired.
The front piazza of thy court house "was
converted into a speaker's ataad, -w.VIe
platforms were built out on either tide
the accomodation of the ladies and childn n
in attendance. Streamer of red and whit.
were wrapped around tbe columns support-
ing the ro,f, while there was an almost
endless profusion of bunting af oat in the
breeze, giving it a gsla appearance. The
weather, which bad been threatening and
disagreeably windy, for two or three day
previous, bad cleared up and a moderate
but refreshing breeze waa astir.
Promptly at a few minutes put ten, tbe
was formed, on Cortez street in
f Gold water 'a store and moved
prosBpnJ -rhe time advertised, 10:30 a.m.
Waaa adve.iSfdai mBrcbed in the
following orden GTamha), Major S
L. Woodward, Adjutau1?IR S. Cav
alry; Assistant Grand Marih.VzV Mea
dor; Aides, S. C. Miller, W. O 7
jtmea uutia; loth U. S. Caviliy 0li.
Batallion U. 6. Infantry under cPmmadrP-e Philadelphia wewcry or, .cc
A -pecui meeting ot the 3lechaijic' Hook
an l Lsddrr Company will le held ut tbe
Size.tc Atiui-, ,m Siturdfty tvnicg, June
6th. All ti e.ii!cis art earnestly leijucittti
'obs prirent s import-at buiiacss will De
Jo. S. lta&s,
W. E. LA.sDcitEBn. President.
Thirty -thne case of cholera at
aj ipeared in one day.
Good board in a privatu family
Cu fits', West Prtac Jt:.
t, Jltcs a number ot
app tar ia this iue.
Allex Tbompou k UM presented him
with, a 16 paunds' d.Agh,er-
f Lieut. Carnng ton; Company B. 1st In
fantry, A.N. O. Capt. W. CDeWitt,
Commanding; Company F. 1st Infantry, A.
N. G. Capt. W.S. Valentine com'dg;
carriages with invited guests, Gov. C.
Meyer Zulick, Orator; Hon. T. J. ButUr.
Speaker; Chief Justica Shields sad Hon.
Wm. F. Kelly, Mayor. Barrett Post, No.
62 j. A. It: Preseott Fire Department:
Pupils of the Preseott Public School, m a
large wagon beautifully decorated with
flags and evergreens; citizens in carriage
and on horseback.
Arriving at the court bouse Geo. II
Tinker, commander of Barrett Post, who
had rome from Flsgstaff to participate in
the ezercitec, made tbe usual announce
ment o the Grand Army, when Itev. J. U.
Houghton delivered a feverent prayer ap
propriate to tbe occasion. Mr. Tinker
THE OaaTOK Or THE DT,
Governor C. Meyer Zulick, who deliver! a
very eloquent addret of a ball tour'
length. Tbe governor is a vey happy
speaker and his oration wa composed of
very nicily rounded tentecces, abounding
ia leactiful rhetorical phrases With tra
in fmrm Weave:
rv WjV. " -jentl!
Thij troop of clival
lree ott, is in cimp near
I From Tuesday's Daily:
Geo W. Sines and 3. A. Legtn have re
turned from Phemx.
The Indians recently patsctl within a
mile of Tucson.
No sa ail was received last nght Iron any
pnt except tbe south.
'Uccle Dick,'' tbe sboexaker wilt save
your sole if you apply to him before it it
ezcentinn ut an exhaustive am nr u
wisinci court opens lo l'recatl ceat queut uw0i.y for the tloctria. nr
f AnrldV Thm larm nritmiaaa am I . - ...
" 1- " i risrou anu us twin tatiscT awMmr .v .
unusually long ene. orttion WM ,pCtcDti.t. tv,. v
Rev. G. H. Adams will favor our citizens I inlisted under the flag of the.r country t o
jiu a cwopie 01 uu mieiesung sitrecp- i prcaerve tne union, did Dot atop to inqoii e
nam raicnainraeni. i whether Uaisachcsetti nrr. t.lkl of
O.A.Tweed has been appointed as a I if cession, or whether tbe doctrice was
director of the insane asylum vice Walker I ever popular in any section ol the country
ho declined the honor. I except the one. which at thst tW mnuht
. - , r--
MrsC.L. Mosbcr has Uen quite ill at rueaummofmtnt the nation, b7 aa
tbe residence ot her uncle, Geo Lount, but I "crene to Prnoiu tenets, but bou!'
we are glad to state, is cow rtcevering. I aerea tJi,ir nnaet. in delense of a suite 1
Mn W II RntiVii of tlT.niir i Iuniry and went lorth con.iuerina; until
T.J.Dunkle, a Turkey creek mitir,
baa been putchvdng supplies in Preseott.
A onpiaint was filed yeatenlay, witt
mi- cieis: li uie third liistnct court.
Against Tlioiaii F. Wecdin, propiietor of
the Fiorcicj Enierprise, by Attorney Gen
eral Cbarebiil, on behalf of the territory,
to recover the uui of $2,500, with interest
from Match 12.li 1885. The sum tt claim
ed to have been fraudulently obtained by
Mr. Weedin, a a member ot the printing
committee of the council, ot the 13th leg
'The Merchant of Flagstaff bnvo decided
cle tbeir plncea of buioeas ou Sunday.
Genuine White Ityo Ibiakey and choice
I tract of Chicken at the Palace Saloon.
Tbe regular monthly
antl-Chincie league was
meeting of tie
held last even-
From Friday's Daily.
J. I). Helm of Tip Top is iu town.
E. J. Lawler of Toato basin it visiting
The Pre&cott social club will irive their
next party ece week from this evaning.
Jce Conlson, the statien agent of the
Arizona ftae company at Gillette is in
Fred Subr'j many friends, in this county
will be glad to learn that he was able to,
walk around town yesteday.
Frank Meador returned but night from
The Needles. He sits the thermometer
was anchored at IK in tbe shade while
General B. H. Gtiersoa, post eomtsaoder
at Whipple Barracks baa Ixen relieved from
court martial duty and hat returred to
Kev. G. H. Adams will arrive on tc
night'i stage from the south and will hold
terviees at tbe Marina street church on
The officers, ricently placed under arrest
by General Miles, far dilatoriness in pur
suing tbe Apsches, will b triel by c mrt
snartul, at Fort Grant immediately.
A deed. Irom R. H. Farley, to J. C.
Herndon and . W. Wells for the Merced
and ether mining claims, baa been filed for
record, tbe consideration being $500.
Geo. H. Tinker, editor of tbe FlagUaff
Champion, writes that be wili arrive in
Prwcott on Sunday night and will take
part in tbe memorial day exercise tbe
Murray Mclnernay will leav next week
for Camp Verde, lo tako charge of tb
butcbennt, for D. W.Tborae, wbo baa the
canttLCt fir supplying that p-Mt with fresh
Martin Maier, the enterpri.iog proprietor
rt the Exchange saloon, baa placed this
office under obligation", for some of bis ice
col i b?er. Mr. Maier alway perserves a
kindly fueling for tbe printers.
Jitnes Guild is in receipt of a telegram
from S. A. Losan, wbo is ia Pbenix attend
ee the tt-ioa jf tbe Grand Lodge, Kn:ghts
of Fhytbias, which states that the next an
sal session o! th lodge wi"l be held in
In the communication from Dr. S. D.
Farnbam, in yesterday'- isine, the typea
gtve the assay value of the tailings, iroci
the five and cne-half tons lot of ore, recent
ly worked by tho Lowell mill, as $139.04.
It should I avt? lead S13 94, showing a very
c'ose working of the lot.
Preseott lodge Enigbts af Pythias, must
have a small army corp ol past chancellors
Kefering to fhe Grand Lodge at Pbenix tbe
Gaztte sajs: Messrs G. W. Sine and
S. A. Ligsn, past chancelors, arrived thii
morning from Prescttt; and there will be
twenty-two other on the next Btage.
visit to Preseott. the guest of Mrs.
and ber daughter Mrs. C. C, Bar-
Tfae Union Saloon Coot to the front to
day with an advert lit ment. Its proprie-
meir object waa .chievrtl. 5ciion
slatery, and states' rights, were ecu imbed
ia the same aepulcher twenty one y i ago
and it is neither pleaiingor gratify ing to
the veteran, to hear analogies or e icuies
made, at this day, far tbe rause.
tor, John oorg is on of our most enter-I mads Memorial day, a possibility ;
From Saturday's Daily.
Frank Dillon has been appelated a
notary public for Cataract crte .
W. C. Dawts, is in fraax Alexandra
purchasing supliea for his camp.
Globe is already preparing for the cele
bration of the -4 th of July.
E. J. Lawjir, a Irading democratic chief
tain from Toa'o Basin left fur home to
day. Mrs. Shupp. rf Skull valley, ia visiting
ber friend Mrs. F. W. Blake of West Pres.
A Leonard Meyer, of Pbenix hag been ap
poh!-i sgnt for the CalifornK rsjociated
.The regular monthly meeting of tbe anti-
t,uinee league will bo held next Ttesday
L. W' Hunt, bat known as "Bob" Hunt,
who vu formerly in the etaploy ot A. A.
Moore at the cily feed yard, committed
auicide a few day ince at Lo Angeles.
The next party of the Precott Secial
Club, will 1 held en Friday evening. Juo
4th, at tbe fits ball. All invitation.
which are limited should be presented at
tbe door, in order tbat any CDnfuiion may
Alex Harm' teams went out to Lynx
creek this morning, loaded with a concca-
tratsr, tools' provision bd men for tbe
Lowell mill, which will start u immedi
ately, by Z. Cn.w leeaee, on ore fiom tie
We are in receipt of a very interesting
pamphlet, on tbe subject of irrigation it
history and practice in various countries).
It i published aad distributed by Hon
Patrick Hamilton Commissioner of Imai
gratlon for this terri'ory.
The following is the list of officers of the
Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias of this
territory, which will meet in Preseott next
yean A. T. Jones, P.O. C; W. W. Baldwia
G. 0.;S. A.Lgin, G. P; G. W. Sines, G.
Ji. at A., A. Kiewe I. G.;T. II. Seeling.
Communication with the last, has been
interrupted by tbe washing away of the
railroad bridge, across tbe Rio Grande, at
Ialeta. No mail has been received here
since Friday from the east. A note to
postmaster Mareb last evening, says that
arrangements are expected to be conplettd
to-day for tbe transfer of mail.
Those who know the generous and f.
nevolent nature o! ex-Chlcf Jcs'.ke Fte"jch,
ill be aupnsed to learn tbat r,e is married
to Money. Tbe particular sr-i-n.n i
hich lie baa jained tii fartune. wc doubt
not, is poascscedoi Superior tbams. e!t
she would never have captivated lie heart
of our genial . Judge, who wns always a
favorite asiccc the geotk-r sex.
In a Utter rf ceived by th law firm
"f Hrmdon & Qfiwkin frem Juih-n
Frencli, the letter R.cnounrc his ciarriai;c.
which took place April 29th, at Bradsord,
Xortb Carolina. Tho bride' aame i Mi
Money. The Jocbsal-Misek joins, with
the many fricnd ef our ex Chief Justice.
at this late day, but on the first official
notice of tbe wedding, in its congratula
tions of tbe happy couple.
The secretary of war states that be has
not authorized General Miles to offer a re
ward for Apaches, dead or alive. No one
dou'jts tfrat General Miles has never stated
tba be was authorized by the over anient
to offer any reward on account ot war de
partment or any other U. S. funds- The
fact ia , tbe $2000 is up for Garonimo,
dead or alive, and as much more for other
hostile to be paid in tbe sun oi $50 each.
Tne sum bat been raised sy citizens wbo
insist tbat it shall be paid through General
unholy cau, which atrewed tbe c
wttb graves of patriots, and which I
day freshly decorated with flowers.
Governor Zulick was followed bv
but eloquent address, by Hon. T.J
when Barrett ot performed tbe tr
ceremony over the renreenttife
tbe salute being fired by a squsd
Arizona militia, the cctire audit
Di.tri t attorney Eggers is busily eu
gsged in preparing cite for the district
Cptain Russell will leave in a
two to join his co '.imand at 'Ft.
It U the opinion of tbe War Department
people, nt Washington, tbat the effeiiog of
'a reward for Gtrimioio, alive or dead, is
nor "civilized warfare." It Kerns impossi
b!e to gtt out of tbe bead of the aimy
authorise, the idea that the United State
is at war with G-romao and hi band.
The troop of Arizuna are not engaged in
war. They are merely tryine to run down
a gang of armed murderers. Epiraph.
According to tbe new Jme as surveyed
between 'ricopa and Yavapsi counties,
the following cattltmei. who uitd to pay
taxes to Mancipa county arc thrown into
Yavapti: Roacdtree, Lirourrette,Sheridap,
Hudson and Matters. A No :b: Red Rover
mine and here at otbrr in tbe vicinity
which are ic .rued in Maricopa, now be
TOS tq Yatapai.
HALE BROS. & CO.
HALE UROS. & CO.
OUR GLOTHINC OEPARTMfNTSmelting&Icof
Was Never Better Represented Than Now,
Jsck 5Kv$ivbe popular gunsmith of
West Pretcottgtima since offered to
give the Hoso "Sav fust made tbe
first hydrant on bis fiaJSJV "oV. a
pur.e ol five dllar. Yesfer he pa'd
the same to tbe Toughs they beingtie first
company t. reach tbe hydrant at tbe fire
of Wm Wilkerson'a last west.
Eiiht hours and five glasses of b:tr. is
ihatcbictgo brewers want for a da'
Mis. II. A. KvnJall
House, returned ftvin
or the William
lb county jail catains fewer prisoners
at present than usual at tbe ofcnmg of a
term of conn.
Messrs Michler A Martin ba an adver
tisement el their Pacific brewrty, in to
"It l an III w.cd etc. Tje Star saya
thai tbe raid of hostile has chicked tern
dal la Tccoa.
Only a moatb and tw dayt til tbe 4th
of Joly. It Is lime to commeote prepara
tion to celebrate.
"ferrous Debilitated ;Mei
ion are allowed a free trial of thirty day
af the use of Dr, Dye's Celebrated Voltaic
Belt with Electric Suspensory Appliance
'or the speedy relief and permanent cure
. Nervous Debili'r, loss of Vitality and
ijanbood and ah Kindred troubles, Also fcr
nany other diseases, Complete restoration
! a health, vigor and manhood guaranteed.
'io rik incurred. Illustrated pamphlet,
oith full information, terms, etc mailed
Tii by addretaiag Valtaic Bait Company
juiced in singing old hundred t rbca the
benediction w pronounced aad 4w mem
orial services ef IsSfl ware coocli ulad. Tbe
exercises were interspersed with tuusic by
the 10th Cavalry bsnd from W't JnpV- Br
Tli horse rode by Jat. A. Gn ihl a ide to
tbe grand marshal, is said to 1 ot .r he
rade through the entire ar Ttie borre
has been in tbe country tor tb.elartta enty
one years and yesterday being the first
time, ince tbe close of i'n rebellloB . tbat
he Dad heatd a bra bad, Mr. Guild was
compelled to dismount, to giv bim at i op
portunity to dance a. quick step ra 1 toote-
A special representative of tbe J -ivtiv-
Ml ch detsiled ta take notes am) s the
grand army boys luvnisbes tb foil owinc;
The G. A R. ff els under siJiat ions to
Major Woodward, commander at XI hippie.
for hi aasistaDer .,
Tb commit tee of Batrelt 1-nf fa at bad
charge of tb e decorations and arrant ements
for meaaur ul dtJt di.chrged tkair dutie
witb crr to themselves and the "vl 1 war
o. Tinkei commander of "Barrett Pos',
y7 ivtd in time to take conunand y ester-
Tbe color bearer of Barrett Post,
Mike Harmon, received the scar on bU fare
at tbe battle of Gettysburg. Mike is do ubly
a veteran, lie fought through tbe war,
tben came to Arizona and frogbt Indians.
Tbe (Ilk colora carried by- tea post, w ere
loaned by the commander at Whipple.
Why don't tome of eur patriotic lad lea
present these o.d veterans with a flag.
Yesterday waa the anniverssry of tbo
battle of Fair Oaks, and it was v:ry fitting
tbat memorial service for the dt1 should
be held on that day. Several toU and
veterans were killed and wounded.
Iiac Chandler picked up hla legisant's
colors at the battle of Shiloh and caiTied
them and hi musket off tbe field.
The design made by little Annie Shoe.'
man wa given a front place in front of the
speakers atand and this morning was taken
to the ball of tbe post.
Among those whe worked designs for the
post wos Joe Thomas, a sign painter wbo
gave his set vice gratis.
The children' carriage was in chugs of
Joe Long, wbo loaded on 114 little ones
and carried them safely through.
C. B. Bishop, a wounded veteran
"marched" in tbe rear of tbe member of the
post in bis two wheeled sulky which was
elaborately decorated for the occasion.
Shoithand i taught entirely by mail,
vith better results in any given time, than
y oral methods. Send ten one cent
tamp for "Declaration f Independence"
lULrii B. Clark k,
4617 Germtntown Ae Philadelphia, Pa.
I wa troubled with Chronic Catairb and
gathered in my head, and was very deaf at
time, bad discharge fron my ears, and
waa unable to bteath thraugh my note.
Before the second bottle of Ely' Cream
Balm waa exhausted I was cured, and to
day enjoy aound health. C. J. Corbia,
023 Chestnut it., Field Manager, Philadel
phia Pub. House, Ta, fee adv't.
Judge E. M. Sanford j butioft: has in
Cread to lapidly, that be an SBploys a
clerk t ,'jit bim.
Kentucky sour mnh vbttViy, docble
lacdard goxis, and genuine Tenaetsee
vttte rye at tho Ooh Wek
Charley and Joe Curtin hare planted
abuut 1W ctr in corn aodotatoea on
their ikLCli, hi milfj fmm town, this
Tie proprietorship tf tbr Trajic miket
i now Adamten A" Stephen, the Utter
hannc -old a ball intcr.ot in Ur. Adam
Dugaa & White, of the AguaFria valley
re(ot a 1 1 Kilt hty crop tbl sealon, cwirg
lo dry weather The ccrn ftptct is
Dr. G. M. Mood, the re siJenl phyticaa
at William for the pa. toree yars, died
at tbat place Tuctday mtrnltg alter an
lilarsa of abut on wsek
A movtotent baa been started on foot, to
arrange for an appropriate celebration of
tbe Foui tb of July. It in to lb interest
of all to etc lUrtgi 'he rnovrment.
The tatvst yat in soda water: range,
plrphatc, the popular eastern beverage
also cbocr late cream, and O'ffie syrups, al
well xsd at lh" Corner Drug Store.
The proceeds ! tycnrror veoiBg's
lecture ?ill all bt deuotcd to tbe partonige
fund. nuuitxr of our citizens have
subscribed liboia ly for ticket" to the
P. D. Wigintoc, one of tbe "ioud" kind
of Deinocrafc leaders, in Merced county,
Cal , baa organ-zed alut he cilia the
"American Patty." in ni O'ngrcAiiona!
District and proiKnrs to down " furranrrj,n
Wc air iQVrwg n i Vgant line e f ladies
ar.dcrwi.-ar at cost, nod the very la!ft
designs ia neck ruchings. Call aad see
our bargains even if you do not want to
M . GOLDWATER SON.
Rev. G. H. Adams will deliver the first,
of a series of two lectures, an Astronomy at
t he M. E. church on Marina street to
morrow evening. They will be illustrated
by interesting stcrepticon view. Admis
sion to both lectures $1.30. The other
one will be delivered on Tuesday evening
next, June 8th.
Ta (tread war Mqaad.
Police Officer James O'Connor, 289 Mul
berry street, New Tork city, writ that a
half bttle of Red S'.ar Cough Cur perma
nently removed a severe cold. Tbe price i
only twenty-five cent a bottle. Polic
Officer Tbos. FlAnagan, S52C Btnk street,
Lousiville, Ky., wbo was desperately
wounded in tbe late war, was entirely cured
of pains and spasms by St. Jacobs Oil.
Just rrceived to-day a fine assortment of
Millinery gooda. Shade Hats at SO cents
apiece and upwards,
Mrs. A A. Furbish,
m24 tf Gurlcy St.
Rasaa Ta lt .
Elegantly furatshed rooms, with good
Iward, can l bad at Mrs. Curtis', West
Frercott. Splendid kcation; ccol and
Tho terrible drvugbt ia West Tcx still
continue. It n said to be the longest
known in tbe history of the state. Crop
arn almost an entire failure. In most
counties there is no crasa at nil. Tbe
plains are covered with dead circutes and
hundreds of head are dying daily of star
vation and thirst.
The latatt dsimcratic campaign dec
meet, issued in this territory, which pur-
pirts to be a report of the Honorary Board,
but which in reality is a meet notorious
misrepresentation rf tbe farce recently tn
actd by Governor Zshck, e titled, "A
Travesty oa Justice," bit falUn rather flit
ot tLa public rami
At a regular meeting of th Mechanics'
Hook and Ltdder Company held lut even-
ir. a unanimous vote of thank wm ten-
d.-rd J!r. W. W. Hutchinson for prrseat
of bcqocts to the company on Memorial
J. L. FISHER S LOCALS.
Seed potatoes. Early Hose, Ltelbte
Peach Blows and XcKhaancck, at J.
Ctlaliz Fiailr, HZ la v !-
J. IFisb-r ..
Smoked Eels and Ltmb T-'ngner,
jut ncelvcst by J. L. Fisbcr.
bay cheap at J. L.
Carpeu ani Oil OotK r.O cent per
yard cd upward, at J. L. Fiaher's.
J'nsb Hatter, Efg an.l 0et
the ranch af.J. L Fisher'..
Geld dust, bullion, county and ci'y
warrants taken in exchange lor gouda
at J. L. Filbert.
Hanging lam p, las ware and chan
deliers best and cheapest at J. L. Fish
er's. Chew "Piper lleidsrica;" and "Tf.kay"
smoke "Aitken's Beat," "Stargo."' "Silk
fie," and "M. E." cigars. "Sportmaa'
CMital,""Futl Dress" cigarettes and var
ious other brands .f c'gars ad c garettrsat
Spinach, icli; aiparagus, 10ct; rhubarb
6:t: per lb. Reduced rates to restaurant.
ml 3 tf.
Six room bouv to let. Apply to Uea.L
Cibbag.i plants $1 per 100 & $5 per
1000; tomato plants $2 per 100; cauliflower
tS per 100 at the Prrtcott Gatdea
To all wbo io sufferin, from the error and
liscrctions of youth, nervoua wcakrcM,
early divay, lca of manhood, etc.. I wil
end rrcci; that will cure you FREE OP
CHARGE Tuls great remedy v.-u dis-
covetnl by a mmtpnary in Si.ut.i America.
S.-nd a sclfracidresol envelope to the Rkv
Jorru T. In an, Station D, New York
City 1 1 a
i tbo unrat tone and best make, suited to
tb? climate, for sale cheap at
tf Jewelry Store.
Mr. I. K Noxon, Cashier of First Na-
tianal lVtnk, of Sing Sing. N. Y, :.ffeted
greatly from Cosiiwoess an ! Dyspepsia,
duo if overwork and wrim of regular exer
cise. After wasting much time and money
in seeking it remedy, he h:gan taking the
eld reliablo Brau-!iethV Pills, two every
night for three week, lift now ha a good
appetite and ctpital digestion, and Will
answer any written or ptronil inquiry re
gardipg his remaik ble cure. tf
All persons desiring to contribute flower
farMrmorbil Dy will p!cac leave the
lame at tfashrords new brick building
on Cortez street where a committee of tho
Ladies Re ief Corps will receive them, td-
Cnl an wttlf.
The undersigned, having retired from the
brewery bmincer, respectfully requests that
all parties indebted to bim rail and settle
within thirty diys, or their accnunts will
be placed In the bands of a collector for
Preseott, May 3, 1886-lm.
We are Selling
We are Selling
We are Selling
We are Selling
We are Selling
We are Selling
We are Selling
We are Selling
We are Selling
'tl T. n r r -. .
iuo csi jiens amis at 7.50 ever
shown on this coast. They are made
of a fancy brown check cassimere;
coat cut stngle-breasted.
416 Votimtvi stmL
San Francisco, - Califarwia
Refiners of Gold and Silver Orex aaul
Highest Prices Paid for Gold, Silver aad
ieaa Ores and Sulphurets.
Pipe, Sheet Lead, Shot, Etc.
This Company has the Best Facilities oa
the coast for working
OLD. aiLVBIANDLEAD ORES AHO
Premtiss Sexby, Sapt
Those Medium Hearc-weififft Hrin I , . . .
mixed Calmer, s;. ntactureri of Bluestone, al Lead
and trimmed, coat cut single breasted.
1 1 - j ... . '
aaut siyiei une iock wm convince
you that it is the most serviceable suit
ver offered at $9.85,
An extra-hard twisted piece of cloth
cut into a Single-breasted Sack Suit,
wen made and trimmed. The style
01 ciotn is noDDy witnout being flashy
me pnee is 15.05 a suit.
The Nobbiest Summer Suit ever shown
at S20, consisting of a dark-mixed
worsted, with s fancy plaid of white.
An examination will be convincing
prooi ot tne quality ana prices.
A Boys Suit (acre is to t n it me
This line will be found serviceable and
a very cheap suit for the price named.
aena tor a sample of the cloth. It will
pay you to do so.
Also a boy's suit, nobby styles, (ages, 12
10 10;, consisting ota velvet finished
cassimere, fancy check, square-cut
coat, good trimmings. Price, $9.85.
Boys Knee-pant Suit (ages, 4 to 12)
32.3o. xsotmng unusual abaut the
price, but when takea with the quality
wanes a nnisn mat is seldom equaled
en's Single Pants of dark-mixed cassi
mere, with light stnpe; special value at
I85 a pair. Better qualities at
fine Dress suits for Men the latex
styles and of the very best material for
the prices na-aed $20, $22 50, $25,
$27 50, and $32, a suit.
New Goods in Each and Every
We allow no House on tbe Coist to IMeissI! s.
Kail Orders Filled Same Day as Recerred
HALE BROS. I CO..
829, 831, 833 and 835 K St and 1026 Ninth Street, Sacramento
Wins, liquors ul Cigars tf tit
ALWAYS ON HAND.
This Lodging House has large, fine, nice
and clean rooms and beds for rest
by day week or month,
HATZ k TOUBNOT
Having ConfidntiaUnformation that
Last Rail Road Proposition
was sure to bring the
The Proprietors of the
invested all the renewed
HOPE AND FAITH
That they and their friends could scrape tip, and have ap-ain
filled their largo and commodious store with every
thing m the shape of
Wearing Duds for Men, Youth
Be sure to call and inspect the most complete stock of
SPRING GOODS EVER BROUGHT TO ARIZONA.
and bear in mind that they can fit all sizes of uen
Northwest Corner of Plaza.
THE LION STORE.
THE LEADING HOTEL
The Only Hotel in Northern Arizona With
Hard Finished Kooms.
SITTING AND DINING ROOMS ARE THE LARGEST
AND BEST APPOINTED IN PRESCOTT.
FUrflrt-OlAss in ZEvory Respect
BOARD PER WEEK OO.
H. A Kendall, Proprietor.
GREY EAGLE STABLbS
Granite Street, Prett,t
Run stages from Prescett ta Alezasaki
and return, aace a week, carmn
passengers and freight.
Will Leare Proooott
Every Monday Morning
at 7 o'clock, returning vvry
di7 SHULL AUSTIN.
Li C. Palmer.
City Feed Yard,-
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
AND PLAZA STABLES.
FIRST CLASS BIGS
Tin Pior AccMnriittf Fnt
Come and see as before contract
Gob Web Hall,
TonarIy kaSVB u tt Parlor Salaaa,
MOKTRZtTMA T., FACDf TKM PLAZA
lfaka a jUItr of aallima; Ua aldaa
TONES and LIQUORS
. avra txb xarr-
P. M. FISHER, Proprietor.
lid Billiiri Hill.
FINE LIQUORS k CIGARS
taatftrtakle Claa Imii Attacked
Fine Billiard and Pool Tabfes, for the
Exclusive use and "entertain-. ..'
ment of patrons of .the ' -place..
Gurlej Street, Preacott. ;
Comer Gtirley and Granite street, as
edf ;bridgeleading to West -Prescctt.
Stranger respectlully Ueatec
1 MARTIN MAIER, PROPRIETOR
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