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J. C Marti.v, Editor,
.AUGUST; 12, l$P
W I. D .
Notice 1 hfrehjr giTtn thai
Jf"oran,"t will ! Scifl a meeting cl
be Ctalrmaa. Dr. FK. 7lj,7 Connty Cen
?a -Vonday. A u cost lttb. t tUc offiw of
.2 v" Purpose oraxlnc f rthjn Procotl,
S? KTabHca county - 12 o'clock, coon,
otcir bu;lnec at may e duteror holJinK
coaicntloa and such
u'a If. Tikkeu, -at before it.
Secrtlr F. K. Aix"Wobth.
tbe f .cordanre with the action of the Cen-
ron xumlttee a Territorial Convention of
be .epubllran party of the Territory of Arl-
r jl. eonsKt r evntv-sevf n delP2t. 1
reby called, to In; lielil in the ciiyoiluo
""""MONDAY. SEPTEMBER loth. 1S.
For the pcrpof e cf nominating a Ielcate
to Congress, a candidate for Superintendent
of Public Instrucl'on, and for thr transaction
of such other baalnew a may properly come
TnoteTerfl counties of the Territory will
be entitled In the following representation,
bated upon, the Repabllcan vote of ISM, w'th
the allowance of one extra Delegatefrota each
county as rollov;
Washington special says Sec ha-
has made an important decision
elating to desert land claims. The
original rule of the department was
that a desert land claim, while in process
of being acquired, was not assignable.
Some years ago, however, the depart
ment decided that such claims were
assignable. In iSSo this was reversed,
and a great deal cf hardship ensued
among people who had received these
claims and paid for them. It is now
decided by the Secretary that all trans
fers that were made prior to the latest
order shall be properly legalized.
At said titan and tioeff the LMlxzatrs from
the countle of YP!, Toiua. Mohnve,
Apache and Maricopa will meetlu rub-Uoa-ventlon
to nominate a Joint Councilman,
and llkerife the counties of CochUe. Gra
ham. Gila. Pinal ana Pitna. to nominate a
Joint Councilman. WEttTEB STREET.
Cl. UEPPy. Chatr'n Cea.Cota.
Dated ToiutKlone.Aus.3 ISsd. td
THE BITY er IKriBUMSM
The Republicans cf Arizona iu the
At the recent celebration of the
twentieth anniversary of the organization
of the national board of fire underwriters
held ar New York, President Heald in
an address reviewed the history of twen
ty years. The amount paid out for fire
losses last year in this country was 553.
ooo.oco, and in twenty-five years the
losses paid amount to $738,000,000,
which is more than half the remaining'
national debt. Our total losses by fire
average $100,000,000 a year, equivalent
to one-fifth of our annual growth in
wealth, and this burden is growing faster
than the wealth grows, in President
Rev. Mr. Talruage is pretty level
headed on a great many subjects. In a
discourse recently, he gave the following
very good advice: "On the theory that
anybody can make a newspaper, inexper
ienced capitalists every year are enterinz
the list, and it is simple statistics that
there is an average of ten dead news
papers every day of the year. The
average of newspaper life is five years;
most of them die of cholera infantum.
It is high time that it was understood
that the most successful way of sinking
a fortune and keeping it sunk, is to start
a newspaper. Almost every intelligent
man, during his life, is smitten with the
newspaper mama; starts a newspaper, or
have stock in one he must, or die. But
let me tell you, oh man, thst if you have
an idea, or any mora:, social, religious or
political suhjsct, you had better charge
on the wo'ld through the columns
already established. Do not take the
idea so prevalent that when a man can
do'nothing else, he can edit a news
paper. To man and propel a newspa
per requires more realities thin any
other business on earth. If you feel
called upon to start a newspaper, take it
for granted you aro threatened with soft
ening of the brain."
Sirs. Cleveland objects to being
called Frankie and says she dislikes the
name very much.
Lucien Fan-child, of Wisconsin has
been elected commander-in-chief of the
of the Grand Army of the Republic
Secretary Bayard has gone home to
Delaware and Cutting is likely to serve
out his sentence in a Mexican prison.
Cutting has been sentenced to one
year's imprisonueut. It is said that
the president of Chihuahua will pardon
Chas. Francis Adams demands an
investigation of the charges made
against the financial operations cf the
Union Pacific road.
The roads east of Omaha have refused
to ca-operate with the Union Pacific in
its scheme to establish a fast trans
A celebrated African traveler so to
have discovered a liquor which renders
the hnman body independent of food
Editorial and Miscellaneous Items.
The Epitaph wants to know vhat C
C Bean ''has done to bring on dollar
into the Territory." Mr. Bean called a
halt in the passage of the act tying the
hands, financially, of the Ttrritory and I fay.
reducing our credit abrjad. Mr. Bean
Tildcn was buried on Saturday.
Congress has adjourned and gone
Congress was to have adjourned to-
Capital Prize, $150,000.
.1 Tl' .1 1 . - i
. 'to u.i utreut cerr'jy mat we nrervle
Ihn arranrernenis for vl tho Monthly and
Qtmnet'y DrnwlQfr- o.' :he liulMana
Mate lottery Company and in penon man-
S"?1.?iD,ro1 ,ao ln8 them.elve"
ard that the same ore con lrxr fed irnu i,oae
ty.falrnr-s.andjnsoodfa tl v wtrdall Mr
tie, ana we untfconre the i mr ry to use
lne utwrsleDcd liauks and bankers
i"V ' Vizes. " TheLouMaca
queries wiiirii raa v .
Pres. Louisiana National Bank.
.1. W. KII.IIJJKTH.
Pres. Statt National Bank.
Pres. New Orleans National Bank
El Paso does not seem to be worry
ing so much over the incarceration cf
one of its citizens, in Mexican bastile,
as soino of the out-lying precincts.
In Bait iraore theru is a law against
he use of profame language on the
streets, and it is enforced, and a late
offeniler was fined $10 for infringing it. u mad, a pfcr of t-,e pr-ntstMse
t at? 1 wouititutlon adoptrj ii, .-.-mtfr :j, A. I. isTt.
In Iowa, when a commercb toumt ,f:V.".rr"" ?.',.,.?!r w'"-r lira. iuC,
ITilKVKIt Sf.V! r- oft p.
Unprecedented Am action.
uve- naif a Million Distributed.
IfiSF ranJ ui "v u .:uc- SS
My-Ife fci M Iks,
MoxTEzniA rir, near Qtrr.i.rr.
Meal! froa TF.V CES'Ts upward. Brent
delivered to anj part of the city.
J. T. THORBEKE.
Cob Web Hail,
formerly ituntra ra the Parlor falcon,
MONTKZU-.I ST.. KAi'iy. TStZ PLAZA
rnclHt-y of selling
WINES aud UQUOES
AHI T1IS EKST
P. M. FISHER, Proprietor.
t - . r j . 1
appTOKamS campaign unnw auu.u w inroduced 3-Dil, for public buUdir,gs
mn their affairs carelessly in any respect. for the Tctlit0ry. Mr. Bean, more than
The Territory is undoubtedly Republi- any man in the Territcr, has turned the
can by a small majority but that should sciia-is attention of congress to the
engender no loose work either in county Indian murderers in Arizona and insti-
1 1 , . .
urops nis gnpsacK in a note! ct a
prohibition town, he rejisters and asks:
"In which room did you sv I would
Mart) r and Editor Cutting is a demo- find my letters?" "I will show you
Siher is quoted :i N;
iYtf ra5n am! rahnuti rtp rtviTti,-1
--t .: . -11 I . , ... . - , . I a i
or raruunai convcnuuu&. i-uui.no wm 1 gaieu measures tna: win nnaiiy ena tne 1 from rew, jjjj
iet left if the very best rccn they have I Anacnes and their raids. Mr. Uean has
rnt am not ent to the front and the ter- I saved to the Tprrltnrv th? l")Mrrt rinrt rjstera visitors to California are
ritorial ticket will fail if our very best act. Ml of these brine monev directlv doin? thc statc b' 2-
timber attainable is not worked up. It hnmAnrnm nm! fnr tt, ,r,.r,t r Salisbury's cabinet held its first
matters not whether the republican nom-1 he Terr'norv at lart Herald. meeting on Saturday.
inee Jor Delegate to Congress be Mr.
ijean orsome otner man, me party can eefS . n n.nvcr estertiiv.
afiordr.n shunblinir strife aTlonrits "Kuuia. iiuuea ,e cw aSo u)
members and no second-rate proposi- "c xa,lor 01 8rk u lna; lac The hast St. Ixms stock -ards were
lions for official honors. The people of W0UiQ PUDUSr: a ' 05 a" weir aewors, destroyed by fire August 3d
myself," says the landlord, as they dis
Lieutenant Colonel John W. Nieids,
late 104th Pennsylvania volunteers, has
reviewed a hundred men at Shamokin.
Pa., and offers their services to the
United States government in the event
of war with Mexico.
The Aiutin fall
the procrastination attending the release
The Brotherhood of locomotive engin- of an American citizen from a Mex lean
l.ooknttUr- rotIniii liMtribuiiuu:
lUOth ;nod llauihlx
A - I1TBC
Extraordinary Quarterly Drawing,
xraurny or JIli-lc. eW Orlran
Tiirndnj . riti'ttitrr II, ISSO.
atn"7l .rf ,,0,",' " u a 0 man
Ueu. it. T. l!-urrcnnt.r l,-i:tHinnn. and
f.Mi. Jilltal i;orlj...f Vir-luM.
capim Pfiizt, $150,000.
3oiire-llrKi4 nrr r-n ol tnt-. Ou!y
- " . . i w.. . r JtM HU1
j "i a.j
' n JJu
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Ai-r 1 h tun r t-.tsw.
l.f.HE I'l'.IZKM OK
SO rRIZh.8 Of
the territorj of all parties are worthy ot
and demand the best class of ofclcials
and if either party shall make a mistake
in its nominations that party wijl be
invited to the back seat for the coniin
two years. Another feature of the cam
paign within thc republican ranks will be
sartorial artists of Pittsburg. These
Ions-suffering artists have drawn up a
list of judgments against dilatory debt
ors and published them in large type j
in one of the leading newspapers.
for the release of editor Cutting,
The President and his entire cabinet
ll leave Washington in a few dar
It ii ieatned that Germany is irainiii!
..... . . . .lit rmhnr anrtmn in i tVir rTe nrifl in
a, determined kick against doss rule ana 1 r r - w"
dictation, and tbe manipulators, it e meantime the tailors are mcrcasin
Renubhcans of the territorv cannot do tke Iist b SUC,"S othcr delinquents
A-ir wnrfc nnontv anr! frev -itfcntll TheSe listS COnlain thc nimes Of btlSI
semblance of connivance the party will aes .men. M, professional men
. j, i .t , . , ? 1 1. . . 1 au uuues wiiuoui numocr ana mere
, , m ... , I arc many achms hearts in conseqnence.
ww.14...-.,ww w.. A wurj m lnc anarchist trial at
persona! greed and party corraption by j Chicago vesterdav swore that he saw
which no party can stand long and least J August Spies light the fuse of the
Of all m the rapidly increasing intern- destructive bomb and cive it to a man
gence and demand for pure ofscsals in J named Schnaublett who threw it m front
These judgments will be disposed of pigeons in France for war purposes.
A P. William has been cleccted
prison, there are not a lew people in
Texas who regret the defeat some years
asoot a tellow named lilatnc.
h Awax1iu"o-i l-ri f law..
The Chtcaao News deimes an anar-1 J k. .
" 1 t- A, r
1.:.. LL.i:.... . I""
ciiim aa a man wnu ucitcvcs ne 113S nut
enough for one and that you have enough
for two and that if you refuse to divide
peaceably he will blow you into eternity
and take it all
Thc London Times n;tcs thc arnral
at thc East India !ockj ofacarsoof
AiIIatle fur nOv to rlab u aid be
toiyw IWM Ar It I'lilnnn., tn
. H. w "
Furrarwartaioriuvtlun r-i riecrir. kit
United Slates senator from California.
over 30,000 frozen carcasses of mutton
from the Falkland islands. Portions
San Erancio cuitom officers cap- of thc ,d for , ,
. J- . t ! , I
luicujjajooa xo;;u ai upium a icw u;;s 1 poUaj
3S An idea of thc tmmcn e tiroportioR
, 1 . 1 1 -.1 .1 .
Cleveland has united with thc
rnt Presbyterian clmich ol Washing
jf the govrrnment printing oSice at
of fall wtareM. I'tlWALMlfK, l.i'prV.
duaey trfe', or Sw V..r Kjr'imtti Jn
31 .. I.UI1.V.
Nw .rlui. 1.
r II. A. t.l allI.-S.
luliluctnn, XI V,
Make P. 0. Money Orders payabie
t 'I I . K
Arliona. Herald .
A KAKLC OR MEXICAN!.
Once upon a time. 2 bis dog with a
small tail was reclining against a board
The small tail cf the by dog was
sccidendy projected through a crack
in tbe board fence.
A small dog with a big mou'b, who
claimed the rule of the yard beyond the
i,f the policemen. Thc readefs will gare
I again at names of the iuir vi worthies
Spies and Schnaublett. It will be seen
from their nomenclature 'hat both nt
them are poor, down-trodden American
j workingmen who know what they were I jxj Vndos.
talking about when they referred to "thc
country tor which our forefathers fought
and bitd." If this be sample Americans
God help the poor foreigners. -Ft.
Washington can be gathered from the
fact that tho appropriation for us man
agement was cut dcn a quarter f a
million oi doflirf thu year, yet it Ukrtt
two mtiuoa dtU to piy tbe billi
Thc ancical city of Tarsui, where the
A-o!lo Paul was born, haj rn!aj-
iirrmn ciptuuiti ate comtriKttn; .1
railway in Ami Minor, ttvc tint Ki-vfi
of ahich, ffom Mctcim to Tartu, iai
jbtt ixen ofnciaU)- iruugutaied
Andfc Caincsie't ne purchax: vl
430 aura c: MCMtntua unit, titui-ti:,
the mtikcat pottu of the Aidant
Southern papers scctn to know mo:c In ubc adursreii xthhitxiaocrtc Cvxti-
The Mexican government hat (tension
ed the murderers c( Canisw Craw
The mtrijuh of Sahsbury has I
announced hit cabinet, it a sohdly
Before adjocrniog con$ic apptopri-
a:ed $120,090 luz jtobbc twildtttg is
Thc usted race hone Miss 'codfotd
has broken down and has bem Mttbdrain
froru the turt. "
Howartl Munson a clerk :n Wcchaw- 1 a(yMit thr uroiaxal rtin, ni Vmii i .1. k. .m. ., 1
a -.! I J m-" - 1 - i .1WtV aa IV V m k, !,. ' SI
.v.. , r. .... r-'' 5 j ken, was accustoned to go up the county taan e people ut north. beatfi!
aupiov.ccucu iu j..- Hudson everv motnins and takca swim.
The tail remained quiet and sodid I I)avbefon. VCstcrdav. white enzaeed in
big dog, b the little dog did no hii CUj:om3rj. he amc asbo;e !o
lie became excited ana proceeaeo xa tha. ,ome v1Iain hld dcenccl
cbev the projecting tail. Then the sig
dog said: ''My tail is so small that I
don't care much; but if you don t stop ;
these tiresome proceedings I shall feel
obliged to jump this fence and remon
strate more forcibly. 1 have jump;d this I
fence -when quite a pup; you have not
grows much since those days, but I
am now large enough to absorb you."
This fable applies to our Mexican
upon his clothes and carried them away.
It was a clean steal and nrt so much
as a shoestring was left to clothe his
nakedness. Thc sun was getting hot .
It was time to open his store I le could that if the general govci nmcn: d.ca not
sicthat thc streets were lilhng with peo- whip Mexico, he will take thc job lurc
smashed in one head, broke a bole in I sclt.
A srand Jury at Santa Fe Ne t.i-woeof .vote H rcioriou i
Mexico has reported that Uovcnor Kom "S curMlBwo in the ManaciM
is not fit to hoW twbKcorcec. :ts Kmtcaiury. ITic CJtombui04.)
New Mexico rom a nlocn in conncc- I Inquirer ars uf him; He was deemed
ion witn its penitentiary at Sintc Fe, at J at thc age of jo to lc the mot btiiiuni
the cipeme, it m said, of the terrrtor. j ard promising man in Su-aih I'wir.j.
(Jovcacr Ireland, of Texas, intitnatei
the other large enough to jki; his head
through and thus accoutred walked home
and got a sew suit.
A ruhtiasalc, said to be une of ibe
test than a hatf-doccn in thk cuuntrj.
is owned by a Chicago man, nho brought
it across thc ocean last falL
Iemlk Of s lut Txf.
The statement that a syndicate has The Mohave county Miner jays that
ar.d he it thc only ir.itaurc in Ataert
can litl:y where aw cx-pientfr
becante a tontnon conict.
Wj cannot refrain from compliment
ing our ontcmpuT) on thc uair.c ay.
lum imbruleto in a recent iuc Whtl;
wr cannot ioiorK its premises or con-
chmont, rt a (tee (torn the uinal
amount of ainiM: and vitapervt.rn w'.ixh
generally chauct nie us utterance on
George Arensbnrg, of" this city, died J been formed in Chicago, Cincinnati j the town of Signal m that county will thi subject.
yesterday in New York after a brief I and Louisville, to buy up all the old conic to the fiont this fa!! h over one
illness. He was bcrn in the east and I whisky in Kentucky is considered a very I hundred tepublican votes.
fame to this city as a lad. He first en- startling proposition. MenS ambitions,
gaed in selling newspapers, but subse- however, very oiler, exceed their ability,
quently went into thc Dispatch to learn We know of a syndicate recently that
type-setting. He remained there only a tried to drink all the whisky in Prescott
short time and completed his apprentice- old and new. The syndicate did not
ship on thc Commercial-Gazette. Heat prove large enough however, as after
The San Francisco Call btticd
magnificent sS-pje edition on Tuesday,
August 3d the day of the Grand Army
parade in that aty.
once became the most rapid and accur j they got through there was still an
ate printer in this city. As a rule- abundance of the ncry fluid left.
and figure workman he never had a
superior in tnecour.tr. ne men Abraham Lincoln's advice to working-
went to :nc eastern ci.ies, wr.er; -That some should be rich, shows
became the wonder at tn- rraft by tha, o:hcrs may 5c rich snd hencc is
reason of his wonderful rapidity. He . enMnraMfneni lo indurv and
was 01 a roving nature, res'icss .5posi- j .. n0. him who is hoine.
and build one
that his own shall le safe when built.
A special telqriam received to-day,
announces the death of Samurl j.Tildcn,
which occurred at bis liome this morn
The TmibMenc Democrat, a demo
cratic paper, goes for thc scalp of Gov
ernor ulick and says thu he hii itn-
Ioed an additional burden upon thc
overtaxed people of this territory by his
communi-n:ioos and letters to A. Clatk,
of Stockton, telling bun not to turn over
the insne patients of Arizona.
A tew of the San Francisco papcis
have recently been filled with pictutci
purporting to represent prominent Grand
Army olficicals. An old Cahforn;an.
25 YEARS IN USE.
tla Qttrt Kxiiral TttBay cf tit lt
SYMPTOMS OF A
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Ik LrA. Milt, M Aa Mll.a la lh
at n. l-l Jr Ik. klar.
ala4. rails afiir eaiUf , wltk a41
lMllaailaaiaarrtla.( k4f r lat.
Irliaalli7(irairr, avlrtia. wlta
ImIUi efltaitef (!! HatJilr.
Il-nnint, UIviIkm. t ltit ixt at Ik.
Heart. !! krrlk ?, Ilitluk
r Ik. attki ,. lltultmui. wlik
Hal Illtbtr rar4 I ila.aa4
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lo mJt r. ns On4 Rrt rocb a
tHa a e of t ee J ss at in a tun I a U ra !T rT .
TWt I ra tki AtilltAMuM im
Mr U Tk mm I'l.aii, ta mw U
irtthcit. ait ltitfTMl Aifln m
TUrrS EXTRACT SiflSiPARILLA
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i.i.i mtoTiinm. i i wtTT s ti
& Fast Freight.
To t.Bil From
Prescott and Ptienix. via
Vulture and Wickenbur?.
"HeaJquarteri In Phcnlr atPostoffice
STI'ret ott, at HVI'imi Houie.JJ
TIEE, THIRTY HOURS.
Orders Promptly atteded to.
Chapel fc Smith,
Jy to l'TOpr elors
GOOD CLEAN BEOS.
CoriierGranite and Goodwiu
The public will be wtlcomc.
JOHN SORG, Prop.
The tinder.sii'tieil havin'' ltiosod
the above well known brew
ery aro prejwred to
13 V THE
KEG .GALLON OR BOTTLE
CURES ALL HUMORS.
from a common Blotch, or Eroplloa,
to t&e worst scrofula. Salt-rtoeuiu.
MFf reiworr'," Kralr or KoufB Mtlu,
In short, all iliwascs caused by tad blood aro
conquered by this powerful, punrjlng; aad
lnvljoratlmr medlclrc. Ureal Eatlua; VI
rera rapldlr bofll under Its benign Influence.
Especially has It manifestod lt potency In
curing- Tetter, Rote Hath. Hull, Car
biincIca,Soro SJyca, !crofulou Sores
mid Sn-rlllnjc, HlP-Jolat Biaeaae,
White KwelllUKS Goitre, or Thick.
Neck, and Enlarged Cilanda. Eerd ten
cents in ftamj for a large treatise, wltij col
ored plates, onC fctin CiseasoK, or tbe aams
amount for a treatise on ScrofuNins Affection.
"THK HLOUD IS THE LIFE.
ThorouKblr cleanse It by using Dr. Pltrcf't
(.'olden itledlral Illacovery, and good
ftiKCtiou,a fair akin, buoyant aplr
lt, vital otrcusrtb, and aoundneaa o.
cuualitutiou, will be established.
which is Scrofuloua Diaeaae of the
Ludih, is promptly and certainly arrested
and cured by this God-frtren remedy, if takca
be ore tbe lat staees of the disease are reacheiL
r"rom Its wonderful power over thia terribly
fatal disease, when first offering this now cct
ebratcd remedy to tho public Dr. IIzbce
thoupct seriously of calling It his Con
sumption Cure," butabnndoned that name
as too limited for a medicine which, from Its
wonderful combination of ionic or strengthen
ing; alterative, or blood-eleanslngr, anti-biUour,
pectoral, and nutritive properties. is UDequaled.
not only as a remedy for consumption, of tho
lungs, but for all
liver, Blood, anil Lungs,
If you feel dull, drowsy, debilitated, ha,-
callow color of sXln. or yellowish-brown rp,t
;n face or body, frequent headache or dirr
neM. bad taste In mouth. Internal beat cr cb.'..
vltematinir with hot fiashrs, low spirits f
iioomy Koreoouinsa, lrresuiar appetite tr
Bridge Barber Shop
Bath El nis&t
... . ... " .- l!n il., t.Mt
3L WINTOi l LLKP,
A first-class barb. r. H t and
cold baths, shavii 5. sT rau
pootng, ett .
LADIES' HALR CV.TINti
A SPECIALIT .
Patronage Solicit T .
M Mini H
Oeo-W. Sint- r.-r
1 (iiilurinulr ,r
Atta. ie 1
me Billiard anfl Pool ables, lor tl.i
Exclusive use anc fntertair
ment of patron thc
Gurley Str.-et, " cotu
XMted toneucyou are sufferinir from ln
ccatloii.Ur.opeiMia. and Tomld 1.1 t
cr "BIllouineMH." In many cases o
part of these symptoms are ex
ft remedy for all such eaics. 1
tloldcn Kdlcai Discovery has t
For Weak J.unira, Spiitinc of Blocd.
Nevere C'onahs. Consumption.
kindred aSections. it is a sovcreten rr cedr.
Send ten cents in stamp for Dr. Pierces
book on Consumption. Sold by Druxgiau.
PRICE $1.00, ??rVT3
World's OispfiBsiry Madical IsscclitiH,
Proprietors, CC3 Main SU lb. LO, N.Y.
VaT fefcW 9
AVTI-BILIOirs and CATHARTIC.
Sold by urucists. JZ a nls a vial.
s offered oy tho proprietors
of Dr. Sarv's Catarrh Remedy
for a case o f catarrh which they
If you have a discharge fnvn
tho now. offensive or otber-
wlw. partial loss or smell, taste.
I will sell at tl. r. -idence of T)r.
F. K. Ains .ortii, ou Nob
nrhearinir.wnikerHLdulInxin I OITItrinav f ... . . I f.t,U 1-1 -
or presatire In beau, you have Catarrh. Thou. OHlUilUAIrUI .51 llll,dl ll.lll.
PUW V( ITln 111 m 'tiff' M " 1 K'il.
Dr.Scff Catarkii Keutdt cum tb venft
OMfxt Catarrb. Cold In Uie Ilea
Geo. H. Huber.
Practical Watchmaker and Jeweler
llai- ojwned in Lincoln's
Drug Store, where be is pre
pared to do till work
in his line.
ELEGAN T FURNITURE.
Consist! j in part of
Brussels C; . pet,
Walnut l ook Cases,
Solis, Beds and Chairs
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
lloubnr DcjxK at joiin Sorg's saloan.
tx Hdttlos $1
Otic dozen bottles
Elegant 1 rlor Furniture,
Brass Jsteads. Wardrobe
Watch Work a Specialty Folding b,
I r- i i n i l!
otueDoar s, xeauirjg,
Curtains, - hina and Glassware,
This is he hamlsomest furni
ture ever ofFered by public auc
tion in th territory.
J. L. Fisher,
13,No goc 3 Sdd Privately.
Edison hasROncto Ilorida to expert- now a prominent cuitrnof I'recoti, who
merit on earth currents. Ha say that is acquainted with many of tiif
he ia coomced that we shall soon get subjects of these caricatures thinlcs tin.)
rid of telegraph wires entirely.
afford good grounds for libel 3gat:.: tl i
uaa.arjQinms mcumc nwu toso pull down thc house of
every cuy, targe ana sma... m ue i. w ,abor dlIl(.entiy
Ity. un me 1911101 reoniary, i,o, jr. fo. hjmse!f thu, b.
a tTte-settir.ii contest, he set in one
hour 2.064 ems of solid mtr.ion, 25 cms
to the line, an unprecedented accom
plishment up to that time. At ons time
he vras assistant foreman of the Cincinnati
Enquirer. He was a compositor on
the New York Times. He had scores
of friends and acquaintances in this city
svha will be jiained to learn of his un-
The profit of ostrich farming in Cali
fornia has lecn fully demonstrated. At
the recent picking of ostriches on thc
farm near Norwalk, I.os Angeles county,
fifty pounds of feathers were obtained,
TTOrth $160 a pound, or $S,oco for thc
picV. The birds are pick ed once in six
proprietors of thc papcis publishing
A syndicate has been formed in Chi- I them.
cago. uncinnsti anil ix)uisiuc lor tne . ituwi
punwsc of buying up all thc old whisky ,r'cmu sas Jlial. " " oriRade ol thc
in Kentucky, that h that made from 0,0 soiuicrs 01 me uuion at my match
tS6oto tSe3. 011 10 inc eternal camping grounds every
year. It was called out by thc icmaik
The Courier very frankly admits that that since the war 150 officers ol the
it thinks the absence of Governor .ulick oU arrnv 0f the
ti j. r t, 1 I months. V.'hy no: introduce this
f,.,J h a ro-tn? la,!v in hr.m lu- industry in Anions?
iras finally engaged.
from the territory will redound greatly to
thc good of Arizona. Such frank ad'
missions on its part are exceedingly
rI he boys arc going" '"at the rate ot
three or f jur thousand a year, and I
estimate that every two wctks a ful
c ompany t? mustered for the last roll
The climate is
call and that every three months a ful!
A Matamoras, Mex., correspondent regiment coes over the line.
Of thc St. luuis JIobc-Democrat tele- The meanest mnn im fnnn lKos
Through soncpnnW) adapted to the ostrich, as graphs as follows: Ninety revolutionists down in Alabama. He cave his chil-
means the engagement was broken off, much so if no: more than southern I captured B urgos, in thc interior of Tab- dren five cents a piece to eo to bed
nnd shortly afterward he married her I California Star .
Sister. His domestic relation were
cc; nappy, ana aiier a icw )rainciii democratic papers announce, we
divorced from his wife. -who. with two j prcsunlc h authority, that Governor
children survives hint. Mr. Arensburg
was 37 years old at the time cf his
death. I'ittsbuv Commercial Gazette.
r The New York Sun iras just commenc
ing to wori up a Ixjjm fcr Tilden for
president in iS3S, when the old man
died on its hands, and the boom with
Zulick will not include in his election
pryclamation thc election of superinten
dent of public instructti-n. As the ter
ritorv elected a repubican at thc last
alipas, seized all the arms and captured without eating supper, and in thc mom
ailthepuoiic tunas, m a ngnt wiui tne mg made them give it back for their
troops the revolutionists were defeated breakfast
with a loss of two killed. Twenty weavers emnlovcd l.v n W
- j .
ork ribbon manufaciiirer rcfntlf iWii!
rtintrmm fitrppt of the Renullican I . . . . .
v ' . . ' . . cu ;nai mey must ne allowed a nint
Territorial Central Committee has issued j
of beer each at half-past three o'clock
or they would quit work. Thc manu-
a call for a republican Territorial Con'
.. . . I .1 t . c I
election His f..ccneticy cviucnu oes venuon 10 oz ncui in facturer diew the line at the b-er and
1 i .l ir- 1 .
not ant to lace any cnanccs on a repe- .ivapai the tHem. wcavers are d()ing nolhjng
tition of :t but prefers to thwart thc will to 16 delegates under thc call, the next but drink beer for a few days while they
of the people as expressed at the polls by highest two being Cochise 13 and Pima test thc powers of eiidnrance of their
appointing a democrat. 1 j 1. 1 anti-beer employer.
Thrre are .ta., .t im ! i tcleiiratfd and
IT PACE TOBACCOS,
The genuine has the rt'ti. name,
J. B. PACE,
on 1 he tin tag.
Don't be deceived. Yoa are imposed
upon if thc initials
Are not un iht'tin ta.
Tfttti nnlnmlin nf IllRtrlet Vo. n OtlO
sTnttol liirirLn viars old. Lrndd t. U
nnleft hip, rrr off left ear an i uplit In rich t
AlMonn yt-ariinK, ril nelfer bnn .! HP
.:ou uectiW) left nip, upper mi on
iiht cr. Tim ownr of 111 r.lowde!Ttled
t 'k can hnrs tba name m application to
he unun!gimi at hla ranch oils tull Uelor
'lip Four milt-home, by paylne fortUUail.
ArUetnnf. 2i D.W. THORM:.
OLDEST AND BEST IN ARIZONA.
lKtttr than the bct itiiHited.
Tor all Kinds of Dnnks, Cigars, Etc.
IJurley Street,next to fostornce, tormerly j
Arizona Brewery Saloon.
The Best Wines, Liquors and Cigars in
the market always on hand.
Beer on Draught or by the Buttle-
OLIVER y CO.
Ash Fork, A. T.,
-.t DEAt-EKa IW-
KOK SALIi BY THE
Barrel, Keg and Bottle
rJIILU MtCIILEK, Lfo
W. Z. WILSON & Co
saw jini, hr il, , .. on no. I
Yan,railileuf I.aia,oext to oldiratct'
ul, uit .aa iarci aonmipt or
faro prrparfrl atlh ibortnivn ti
11 0'.l r with prumptneo a. J .nP i.nch
Flour, Grain and Bran.
Taken in exchange for Lumber at
W. Z. WILSON & CO.
G. Schuerman, Prop.
Sowtiior to Dan llatr, S-. 5tontri:tr. St.
Board and Lodging ( crk) $10
Boanl by thc dav - 1
Large and " Airy Rooms.
Saloon and Bakery Attached
Fresh Bread Delivered to
an part of tvn.
Keeps a Full Supply of General
Merchandise which is
EL. -old at Bot
: it .1 Prices.
Men's Fl'h Jng Goods, Boots.
Shoes. . els. Gaps, EtC
Also, aLir.i'. t . :t;plete and fresh supply
of choice k and fancy groceries.
A ! .D YARD
In conncc 1 ' h the toro heru all
kinds of L',. 1;.t anil Grain alwar on
.Gt .'.tis delivered free of
charge t. all arts of the city.
A. A. MOORE,
Oily Peed Yard.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
FIRSf CLASS .-BIGS
The Pur accommodated Free
Come and sec us before contract
Noyes &Griffith, Bank Of Prescott,
t.tTr now a DwItirf,Ueh will b rnralihl oa I
CASKETS AND COFFINS
SUCCESSOR TO .
first National Bank
T. J. Butler, J. F. Meador
A general banking business done
In Urg tMBrtmret
Emlolminy Done In the Lattsl
Style if the Art.
SOUTH SIDE PLAZA,
KAXSAS CITY, MO. :
Does a Gsneal Banking Business.
Jas. T. Thouxtox
W. W. Sr. Clmr
AM. R. Thorxtox