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ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNALMINER
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 11.1886
From Thursday's Dailv.
lUaJ the notice o! reward In this issue
Store tU nder tad I'ghtriag to-day but
the oew adrertiMment of the O.K
sotv in this issne.
The water works furnUh about "5.000
galonsrf water per day now.
The tee orks will be conrl!tM to close
this ctcduu: on account of ecarcity it
."Vpu j Sheriff H ckey celebrated bis 33d
W. C. Bi'hford & Co. to-dar, received
n car load of Fnsao flour.
Three csr loads of aetchandise arrived at
Asb Fork recently, in one day, for Prescott
Delrjta'e t'.C. Bean ts expected to arrive
in Prescott b. fire the 20th of the proeit
Robert Ferguson who had his lep
broken recently in Cbit,o valley, is able to
be around on crutches.
Complete assortment of children's ihoes
at the Lion f torr.
Ths nights recently hive been uouaally
warm fonhis section.
A girl wjnts situation to d- central
boure work. e notwe.
Gorerm.r Zalxk Ufcfor tha cit this
mornicg to brin hi f itnily to Arizona.
T S. Oallosk Itft f.ir thu ml to-day
to l hbsfat two or three weeks.
The ore workad by Dxijiii Gray at the
Aztlsn mill for P. A.. Cr-iu-. f-osn his
Biuxtrd mine, has jjittn gul remits.
Cnn.Ai'ken, brother ol oar townsmen
Jl 'ord in 1 .J-hn Aitken, is running the
tVrbat mil! pi Mi haterounty on b lease.
W't! ire Uii.ler ob.igation to J. L.
Fishrr for a triple of his cioice claret
Territurial Trewurrr T..I. Butler u paying
territorial warrants o S including So.
283 jf the iue '.f 18S5.
A nnw'iuc of ihf republican centra
committee of thii ouat !:? twtn called
for .M udy, Auguit 1C h-
Tfm "or." of tuiwrvi.titt yt-terdny
siuned and turuol ?er tc Mr Bu'.lork the
$30,000 in county bind fvr th rim ten
tuili'S of nur railroad.
Mr. B illock t-xp'Cts to have ea mi'.ismore
of tti- rmlroad built by the 20:h of Aut.u-t
when itt.tces wilt commence running to the
end f the tri.ck.
The coccsrt ami .festival, for ;he b.-aefit
cf tlii M. E. church :nitb, 11 Ds held
to morrow evening at tb '3iitist church
CJinraencmg at 7:30. Esery o-ie is cordi
ally invited to b: present.
Profe$srr Thomas h mJ nrrsnsjemcnis
to give a promenade cosccrt xnd dance in
J. L. F;rhe:s new 'iuiMin,
eveum? ol next
weak. The m ific win
fit: 9l. Ioftot; ta i
be farni.ih" I
The kt lin v' Jjmo B v!1ic-, th
uell kn'-wt tnerihsut in J giver imcnt
Contractor, of outhrn Atiz 'M, was on
account f a dispute i vcr s:i unsettled
Two men are etop'oyttl developing the
recent rind ot eol in the vicinity ut tte
Bsuman, th.- confectioner, has purchased
Dr. Lincoln ss.la water ajuratua and
Tils Vet P!cott croqaot.rlub, hc-ad-qurtri
snJ grounds at Mr. Curtis have
bvugat a new croquet jet.
Ti Mohvae cousty repub'.itaii coaven
tion will mt S ptembsr lltli ti nuinte
DjkVitt 2. and Well H. Bate-, tha well
known mining men, 1- lt for th- et to-day
to lie abent four weeks.
Piof-sor RNke tn v.e'i kt.'in mining
expert, with his 'on l-a"f ri m at the
Th" Mohtve Cnuuty Miner c ntains a
fi 1 olumn ot aonoucc;m:nt of candi
dates for crHce.
The prehminnry cxatcinstmn of the Mex
ican charged with no sault on C P.
StantiD, will be held bclore Justice Pinner.
)ii-t to morrow ut 10 uc!v:k.
The Gszette eiys tL-it Htn 1, S.Weltoa
former well known resident of S'lthave
Cjur.ty, died at the Ptxtoa Hotel, Ooiahit,
gun J ay isorning, f pahsUof the he!!.
lie arived there on Tnursilay morning from
tht witt snJ furnpH'tirtl of being ill. His
death wa suJden. His bswiy was taken
charge of by the Jt'os. Mr. Weltou
representl iIohve coan'y ii ttc council
Ol the twelfth fei?H::v' aciably.
The Silver Ki"g "irupi"y, .f PirjK
county, psid a25ctn- dti l-'n, im-iuntip
to 25,000, on t 11 n nit. Tm hsi
ben a regular thing for i year K.tlinut s
lip, nd speik- r.vuru -ir the ine and
it t-lEcieat mtaigin-i.t. Whilf doine
this t ne potapany hsve p"3t tnoa-an-U of
dollars around thr tuih aud mini-.
Dpa:y Snend" H irkey returned from
Vulture ytsterdar with a MeKicia iUTn-1
Lucens win is caargtd with b?ini oa of
the psrtii-a who recntiy madu ths murder
ous attempt on luc life of C. P. Siar.ton,
At Wever. During M trip u,i hre hi
prisoa.T tr:e.l n cs-np and a mo3t desper
te tra?gie eni"jiil betnet-n hira rn the
oificer. Vr Hickey oaly scci'eled i
sitbjngttiDg him by besting l.iru over the
head with pist4. The fnct that he did
Dot kill hi:n, a und-r thi'e:rci:ratanee h
would have been ju-tifi-d in Jiiag, 'how
jreat bravery and oolneis on his prt.
From Friday's Daily.
Dr. Pentland'a condition rema'cs
oncuanged for the better.
Very slight rain fall last night,
enough to lay the dust
F. G. Patkcr is in for a few days
bis saw mill in the mountains.
Democratic doctrine is that republicans
have no right to hold office.
The Lion store is in receipt of brotd
goage rilread boots and shoes at railroad
Attend the social and concert kt 'bo
Bsptist jhurch to-night.
J.J. Ilyde.of the Mohave County Miner,
has been presented with a fine girl baby
by bis wife.
P.J. McCjrmick cime in from the esst,
Iss t evenirg, where ho is engaged in rail
Col. II. A. Bigelowand J. A Park are
in town froza tbtir miniig property on
the Lead of Slate creek.
Do not forget the conceit to-niht at
the Btptl-t church for the benefit of the
M. E. church tguth.
J.L. Fiihtr received a letter today
announcing the return ol bis family on
The examination of the Mexican charged
with attempting to murder U. P. Stanton
is progressing before Justice Pannenburg
In our report of moneys returned to the
territorial treasurer frost the different
counties, in our last issue, Mohave should
hve been credited with $1,033,71 instead
of Apache at appeared in print.
We are in rtciept of a neatly printed
50 pase riamshlet containinc "rellablo
information about Maricopa county. It
was complied and published by the Phenix
Herald and irfl ects credit ss a stroke of
The newest in politics is a republican
drug store. We have herd of. and even setn
a few republican druggists, but the republi
can drug store is new.
M. Windmiller arrived on last nighU's
stage and will open the bridge barber shop
tomorrow. He is a first clasa barber and
asks the patronage of the public.
Au exchange says the very richest orange
is the black or rusty colored fruit. Pick
the dingiest orange in the box and you
wil get the bet. Another way to choose
orange is by weight. The heaviest is the
Arizona and New Mexico hive twenty-
one bsliogrsph station. A message wa
sent four hundien mile, the other day from
Camming, . X. to Tubic. in less
tbsn two hour.
fbu .azettc reports that E.H. Hiller
has resigned the position as st-cretary cf
the Arizona Industrial Exposition associa
tion, owing to the demand of his own
private business, and Q W. K. Johnston
ai been elected to rill the vscsncy.
A few Iodim are reported as still lin-
gering around trie Santa Caniina moon
tains where thy have remained ever since
the l-t rud Mthuut committing any
serioiK drprUtiia. Thfy are (T.ibtb'y
hs same pirty repo tedin camp on the
summit of the rugged B'ncon som-s wrtks
ago, who osfloailly appswed neir same
of the ranches on the Sau Pedro and ki led
Cittlt for a supply of beef.
The Epuni.b sivs that it L doubtful if the
Copper Prince will resume optratluos
as lonz &s wipprr remans ao low. As soon
a: copper tttkes a rise !i ith the Prices aud
the Qjcvm vill stiut in on a very extensive
icslu and Utsbee will he a more important
camp thsn it has ever ve: U-cn.
A cn-n isrative wrather summary for
Julyjut rtc ved from the ignal service
a. Whipple through the ciurtesy of the
u'-gfivi-r E. W. French, -bows that
iuiii:-; the month, tue average reinperature
was .0.1; and tue lowest 00 9; total rain
fall .CI inctie; rainy days 6; clear days 12;
fairdnys 1C; cloudy das.
From Saturday's Daily.
J. E. Andersou is in town frcro the
Justice Pannenburg is holding court in
the court house.
Heavy rains are repotted to hae occurred
:o the north yesterday.
Hie e-t:ci ted loss by the Phenix fire
is 1120,000 insured for S80.000.
Supervisors will meet Uondny next and
levy luxes for the year.
A na'cr jK)ut i.f quite large dimen
sions tuned Agua Ftia valley on Thursday
Toey !iive the matrimonial tever very
baa in Ph?n!x. A mtrriage nearly every
Mr. Chapel, of the Wickenbarc stage
linerrpoil a heavy ram in Peeples valley
on lliurtlny i veiling last.
.Mrs U i-eii, of the K.-ceptioo r-t.urmi',
Mill srrve In-r pa'.rons with a.i elegant
chicken uinctr to-morrow.
D.X.Brown, ofLmdon Ontario, who
came m fr im the e-: ll night with A.
Moody bn, we undctstand, purchased
extensive placer tames ia this county lor
an E:ig!it' f jndicate, representatives of
which wiM arrive by next steamer from
Europe. Mr. Brown is an old Nevada
miner and his been ucce9jlul in every
enterprise be h ever undertaken.
The school trustees announco the engage
ment fthe following teachers for our
public school for the ensuing year
Scluols will ojen on tr o first Monday of
Sjptember. Mr. C. S. G'.eason of Ohio
for principal; Mis Martin, 1st Assistant
Irs. Collnmber 21. assistant; Mi s Flag,
ofljwa,for primary. Tne Principal is to
eceivel $30 month.
A. Moody, the well known oiitim m
esme in from the -ast last night.
Ahcer Wd left for bU home Hiib roam
ing nccirapjnir'l by Prnf. D. M. Martin.
Tie H'i.k and Lsdder c uiipsnv will
eniertniu their friends of the fire ilepstt
iifnt at their now headquarter adjoining
thtit truck houe thi cTeninu.
From Monday's Dail y:
The tire laddies 1ml a good tlrnr fltur
y.G I'niker !:ft ibis morning for the
The South MethmiUt cbuieh teslize.i
Ltt pit fit of $04 lrr.ni itj sctial.
E. B Dudge left for the eat yete:dy
:c visit his family.
the call for the republican trnitc-
rial convention in this issue.
Bcv. Pearson, chaplain of Whipple Bar
racks will preach to-morrow morning in
the Marwtt street church at 10:30 a. m.
Th? Iwird of supervisors made the tsx
levy to-dy, ling 3 00 on the $106 or 20
cents lefs thsa last year.
Prof Thorn is has comutcted the arrange
ments for his promenade concert which
will lie given in J. L. Fihers new build-
on Friday evening of this week.
Owing to the rsia on Saturday evening
Prof. Burton was unable to give his fare-
well pcrioraacce as announced. He will
consequently favor our citizens with
another performance on Wednesday
Chaplaa Pearson officiated at the
Marina street church yesterday morning.
Uii audience was excellent. Many spoke
in irlgh terms of the sermon. We welcome
the Reverend gentleman to our territory.
The infant daughter of Mr.Mrs. andA.D.
Adams,ged 14 months died quite suddenly
on Saturday aftcrcoon,of cholera infantum.
The funeral took place from the family
reidcnco yesterday afternoon at five
o'clock and was largely attended by our
citizens who deeply sympathize with the
A band of thirteen Indians is reported to
have crossed the line into Kew Mrxico.
Tbey are bjing pursued by the troops
Francis H. Blake, son of Prof Blake,
chief engineer and superintendent ofth
Walnut Grove Water Storage company,
ns arrived m Prescott and will take a
position as assistant engineer in the above
companv. Mr. Blake has for some time
been superintendent of the Silver King
mill in Pinal, and has resigned that posi
'ion tor the above.
The Citizen aajs that a p"y who wis
near the scene ol the murder of Mr. J. a.
Collins, at Maxey, says the act was a cold
blooded and premeditated murder. Billy
Williams, who shot Mr. Collins, is a Texas
desperado who has killed his man before
coming to Arizona. He is said to be a
cousin ot the man killed by Mr. Collins in
Texas, some rear ago. Williams has not
yet been apprehended.
We are informed that Judge Shields on
the 3d inst. signed the findings and decree
in the case of Railsback and others pint,
gainst John Barry, deft, which involved
the plaintiff's title to the Justice mine at
Cerbat. The case has teen in the courts
since the spring of 1854, being first tried
tn the fall of that veat. The decision ot
the court sustains the plaintiffs' claim to
the Justice mine. The attorney for the
successful oarty was E. M. Santord, ol
Prescott. By the way, does any body stop
to think of the cates which have been
brought to a successful isue id this
county by Mr. Sanford. Ho came to this
territory three years ago, a stranger to
every person, tie nas been in aimosi
every important cai3 in the county during
that time, and has been successful in every
one. The truth it ay nis inausiry, energy
and perseverance, be hss stepped to the
front of the profession in this territory.
Mav he contiune to prosper. tyallaja'
From Tuesday's Daily:
Barrett Post G. A It. meets to-night.
Free thow on the plaza to moirow ven
the warmest day of the
Fresn grapes received tvery nights'
Cur is left for the rr.iiroad to-
candition is improving
A. A. Moore and wife went out tatheir
Prnf. Blake and sons left this attrnoon
for Walnut Grove.
G. Hathaway took a load of psssenge rs
out to the grade to day.
The Dude elected iwo new mcmliers in
their company last night.
Mrs. Emma Smith sister of Mr-. Coin tu
ber has returned to Prescott.
People troubled with summer cnraplaini
can ficd bla-kb'rry cordial nt LuicilnV
drug store Sur cure
Lieut. Willism Stanton, acting inspector
of rifle practice, has gone to Ft. Wingate.
L. C. Palmer's team took a wagon load
of supplies out to the Walnut Gro.e Water
Murage company to-day.
C. Belmont a sboetuiker formerly with
D.J.Sullivan has taken the 'hop on the
Granite street bridge.
The Star extends its hand to Marsha!
Meade in Cong atulations on his confirma
ntecky sour mash whiskey, duubie
tsndard goods, and genuine reoatasee
vhitr rye at the Oot Web.
The board of supervisors have appoimed
the following registering officers: J. C-
Boyce, Ctialendar W. H. atfrey. Pine
The cheapest placo in town to buy cloth
ing and furnishing goods is J. W. Wilson
& CoV County warrants and juror cer-
ificates taken at par.
Oae Mexican chsrgad with an aault
on C P. Stanton was to day bound oscr
by Justice Pannenburg to await the action
of the grand jury. Old man .Lucero wis
The days of high prices in Prescott have
pased away. Drugs and patent medicines
r.t Sew York prices at Robinson's ritug
store South Montezuma street.
Call at the great clothing emporium of
J. W. Wilson & Co. for all the latest styles
in hats, caps, clothing and menVTurnUhing
goods at the lowest prices. County war
rants and jurors' certificates liken at pir.
J. W. Wilson & co have jnst received
thcireimplcs for fall clothing and are pre
pared to take orders for suits now at ica
able prices, to be made to order. Give
ihrm i call.
Ten y-flve miico south .f X.iv.j, Ari
zona, on the road to St. John-, there are
s-dt lakes whose waters are said to have
many medical properties. Several cases of
rsturrh have hf-n cured by tlnv-e waier.
iirw "Pip-'r HeidscicK" and "Toky"
j.uoko "Aitken's Bet," "Star;o." "Silk
me 'aiid "M. E." cigars. "Sporttuans'
Gapural," "Full DrMs'' cigarettes and vsr
u other brand -if cigars aiid cigarrttes at
Aiour tons toto! ore lrnm Chris. Linde's
mine workert liy liong'as Ursj, gave a
leturn of J25 per ton iu fres goid besi dea
iiie rugii grvie cor.centrstca.
Climax. Horse Head, Red Cross, Vanity
Fair, Queen Bee, Durham, Fruits and
Flowers, Lone Jack, Periquc, Seal ot Ala-
isma. Sweet coaporal and J . B Pace
brands of tobacco, cigars, fruits and con
ftctionar at G. W. Ford's cigar store.
Skull valley, which with the valleys
adjiccnt to it has a population of from 200
to 300 is without a postoffice. The valley
is situated from 20 miles to tue upper end
to 26 or 27 to the lower end from Prescott.
The nearest postoffice. The reason no
office is established in the valley is that no
citizen can be found who will take it.
In addition to the 20 cents on the one
hundred dollars savod by the board of
supeivisors in tsak ng the tax levy for this
year will be the 'col lector's fees of four per
cent of the amount at the taxes making a
net redaction of about 33 cents on the
On last Thursday afternoon a shooting
affray occured at Springcrville between
A. W. H stria and Cbas, Lewis, which was
attended with fatal results. Harris shot
Lewis through the body with a Winches
ter rifle from the effects of which he died
the same night. Neither of the parties
had reached their majority. We have not
been able to lero the particulars others
than are stated. Harris was arrested and
committed to jail on last Saturday in St.
Johns where he awaits the action of the
next grand jury, St. Johns Herald.
John Dixon of Skull valley is in town.
Stephen Condron has been appointed
road overseer of Walnut Grove diitnct.
Dr. J. B. Pentland brother of ur rsi-
lent dentist arrive! from the east last
evsmng and will take cbarg-i of bts bro
ther's business during the latter s ill mm-.
Beet cattle in (vtnsat City on the Dih
inst. were quoted as follows; Cvrc 10
fancy 6.10&6C0; fair to good 3 904 40;
common to medium S403 00,stcckur3
3 402.75; feeder, 2 J03-30; cow.-. 100
Owing to the non-arrival of the
instruments of the 9th Infantry baud, the
promenade concert, announced by Prof.
Thomas, for Friday evening has been post
poned until further notice.
L Mercier, of the Prescott Bittlini;
works, has p'aced this office under obli
gations for a case of bis superior summer
drinks consisting ot ginger ale, soda wtter,
sarssparitla and mineral water.
James Stewart, who has for o lon!
superintended the Precott stsge lines, is in
town making a final wind up of his bui-
ness affairs preparatory to retinng from th.
businens. Tfco Arizona stage com piny, of
which be has been superintendent, has
sold out to the California, Idaho and Ore
gon stage company, with Mr. Carringiin
as superintendent. Mr. Stu'vart is one
ot the most popular stsgrmea in the south
west and we legret hit departure. He
will leave to-morrow for Phetiix and troci
there will tr to San Bernardino. California
where ha owus a magnificent ranch en
which he expects to spend th; remainder
of his days. He will csrry with him the
heartfelt good wishes of the people cf
Arizona with whom he lias done business,
"Brick " Potneroy is not content with
living a foundation for a fortuun in Coler
ado in connection with tte Atlnatic-PsciSc
Rsilwav Tunnel, but his opened up a
new efface at 234 Broniwsy. New ork
city, from wh:c h is U-umg Potaemy'
Democrat, a handsome ixteen-psge t'pr,
iu Setter style tlnnevjr bstor?, and js task.
ini; a great sncressof it In its defense (f
the principles cf deiurcracy, the right of
Iab'M inil its ppousition to Cleveland In r-11
lint pert. .ins to the Miig'vuinpmess of his
udmitiutratiou, and lo bis re-3omination
lVtnery Democrat is as hut a the rear
end of a hornet, and us roll 1 as toe front
i ti.l ot a W'lli'ii bull, rtiia the paper is
having a widi. read ii rlueiice. The price of
the Democrat is only two dollars a year,
and a valuable present in addition, to every
subscriber Agents are waated in eveiy
town to canvjts far the paper, and to make
money by so doing. Sample copies free.
Address M. M. Pomerny, 234 Broadway,
New York city.
THE XEWK CSBriltXE.
Sheriff Mulvenon, thia m irniug, received
a telegram fromShi-rff Brodwa),of Mari
copa county, cjafiraiing the news received
esteidsj in regard to finding tho remaiu
of Btrney Martin and family,
They were lound murdered and burned
at a point ue . the Phenix rttid six miles
tbovo Xrgro wells. As the crimo must
have been committed mire than twenty
days ago the chincea Jie very slita fur thr
capture of the pcrpetinr. Sheriff Broad
way tel-'graped that In w i.ild bi at Wea
ver to -morr.w and iM.ei.ft Mnlvenoa left
to-day to g-j down aim meet him ani
assist iu trying to ferret out the crime.
This is one ot ihj most diabolical crime
that hu.i ever b-en oommitted iu this terri
tory and the authorities snould spare
neither pains nor expense to bring the per
petrators to justice if possib.e.
As will be seen, elsewhere, a reward of,
$250 has been offered by this county for
the arreit and onviction of the murd?res
Msiicopa county h offered a reward of
$500 for tha princip4l and 230 for each
accessory and acting Governor J.A. Bayard
will offjr Sl'OO for their apprehon-i m.
ADAMS Iu Prescott Augisf, tlth. to
the wife of A. D. Adams, a daughter.
We tskc this matbod of exnreisin our
thanks to all pers'ius, mh h?e i le.l us
in our r?cent concert and tetivtl, f jr th-
bonrfit of our church, either directly or
We trust that in all thsse cotilribnti-in.
given u'. we shall t ale to employ
them in just a worthy end?, s contem
plated by (lis J'j.i'irs in the yivinif ol thm
Again we say we thmkyoa oae ard all.
O. C. .BIOllT.
August 10. 18S6.
McDOSAL'-FoLI-Eft. O.i fie 30th.
daj of June, IS33, -t tliii, rnsid.-i cs nt the
parent of u.a tinde, P,o! ce.-k, A T., by
Edward J. Lwi.!-, Pi' c- if tiie Pe e.
Bdnjsmio MsDjiild, ut Pins cm-':, t
Adelale, dsuahter of Riil ) and Uary D.
Faller, of Pine ererk Yevipsj cucty,
JONES SANDERS At His te3i.le..c o
Cornalius Fuller, Ent Verd", Ysvapt Ca.,
A.T.,oii July 10th. 1986, by Edward J.
Lawler, Juticj of the Peac?. Wssi'ey L.
Jones to Pbeba Jane, daughter of John and
Jano Sanders of Tontn creek, Yavapii Ca. ,
RITTER IOHN3TON Oa thieveabg
of the 5th inst., at th? residence of Mr.
John A. Rittcr, by C. P. Staatoe. J. P.
Mr. John Van Ritter, and Miss Liura Ellen
Johnston late of Vistlta. California.
IT1CB TS METTIiB.
The nnJonlgn J will leave Freicott on nr
abouttbe23d ot August and desires all ac
counts against him presented at ence. Bills
due him not paid upon the above date will be
placed with anattorasr for collection. Also
requests the immediate return of all books
belonging to him. F. IC.AIN8 WORTH,
You are hereby ordered to assemble at
yonr armory tnis evaoins at 8 JO in fm!
uniform for out door drill. Bi orders of
Tuos. O'Meha Captain
1st. Se argent-
Manufactured by tho Prescott Battling
Works is just the thing to prevent the
summer complaint. Healthy and palata
ble. For tale at all saloons. Families
A Ii-staasie ar aaa.
Advices from El Paso say: Last Satur
day the further trial of theCutttng case was
postponed until Tuesday the 31. The
judge in the case then informed Cuttirg
that it had been decided to grant him the
concession of a public trial on August 3d .J
The judge then made the astounding
announcement. He said: Yoc ssy you
are not within jurisdiction of tuia csurt.
You say you are not answerable to the
oeurts of Mexico for what you did in
Teas. Very well, we have decided to
substitute th.t laws of Texas for the laws
of.Mexco iu yonr case. You yourself
coufrss that you are answerable to tfce
laws of Tex . Very well; e will
translate 'be ttxas laws relating to libel
and slander and enforce thim against you
so that you will have uo c .u.e to com
plain. You wul be tiled by the laws nt
Texas." A this sperch Consul Rrigbatn
was so disgusted that ho left tte ju-t ice
room. Cutting wns compelled to re rant)
till the translation, which was made bj
Medina, was completed. "Tuif," stid
Cutting, "is adding insult to injury.''
When the consul iij leit the riwia the
Mexican lawyers began to rcrff and jeer
th j United Stat-s. "S'e,'' tbey sid:
"Even he Is disgusted. He t-ivrn wi iii-
CJn est. The Ameriom? ijriiteet ite r
1. L FISHER'S ( OCALS.
California flour at J. L. Fisher.
J. L. Fisher has on tue road a lot of
Mason ja-s lor preserves.
75 cents each at
Crytalized Fruits, 25 cts per box nt
Smoked Eels and L"mt Tongue.",
just received by J. L. Fish;r.
Carpnta and Oil Cloth, f cnti per
yard mil upwards, at J. L. Fishet".
Fiesh Bntvr, Eggs and Choe fn to
the tanch r.t J, L Finhtr's.
Hlicrsin" lamps,- lussware end chan
deliers bet wi cheapest at J. L.- Fish
er's. Gold dust, bullion, county and ct'y
warrnnts ukeu in rxebaoge lor :tU
at J. It. Fishtr's.
T all who me suffering from the- errors klo
difcretious of youth, nervous weakness.
early decay, loss of manbeed, etc. I wil
end i recipe that will cure yon FREE OF
CHARGE. Thia great remedy s dis
covered by a trission-iry in South America.
Send a selfraddressed envelope to the Rev
Joseph T. Inhak, Station D, New York
City t s
t ou are allowed a free trial of thirty days
ibe use of Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic
lt with Electric Suspensory Appliances
ot the speedy relit! xmi oermsnent cure
Nervous Debiii", loss of Vita'ity and
'.'whood and a'.. i -dred tronbis?. Also for
t.py other disease-. Complete itstoration
a health, vigor and manhood guaranteed.
o rik incurred. I-lurafd jismphlet,
ith full infonnatioh, terms, eic, mailed
by sddrsfsmj; Voltnio Blt Oimpany
I wm a non-believer m Pjteai ned:
:ioes, but basing experience- tnntked
relief from Naal Citarth and or.t-ncsi-oy
the Use oi E'y's Crrnm Bati , 1 can
recommend to those uTering tiooi ihi
.oalhsome complaint and to tl. r-e ifil'C'ed
with honrscneS9 or stoppage oi the thrust
n Rnnoyicg to sinccrs and clergymen.
-Louis E. Phillip., 1428 N- Y. Ave., N
Vi Y'atlingtou, D. C. Price 50 cents.
Netlrr tu Ssrtllr.
Owing to the dissolution of tbe cnparl-
netship of L. Bishford & Co., an I the m
;eity of closing up the liu'iais of sid
copsrtn rsbip, a!) i-;r-ii indidi" d to tie.
firm of L. Bi-hfnrd & C-., are hereby ooii
Qs t to et once call upon the iirdersigncl
and settle up their indebiednasj. N ej.
septina will lie rasde to this decisnd.
jylStf W. C. Btshfotd & Cf.
Numerous testiraoninU prove i--yen-l
dcnbl that Allcock's Porou- P r. ieis ure
Paralysis, Nervous Debility, nno Lo?s ot
Memory whe-i applied to the bpins. I hey
remove Kidney Difficulties when worn m
the smnll of the back; applied io the pit ol
the utoiimch, Dyspep&ia and Iriligeti-ti
di.-appear. Colds Coughs an 1 A thina no
ongcr trou''e. the uff-nns patient when
ae ues them on hi- chrat. If vo:i huve a
Headache, or wsr.t Io sleep, put sn All-
cck's Porous Plaster on the cap "f the
uack ihe work is not ouiy do.K-, but well
lone. This remedy not only cures Ague
Cilf, Ltvur Oopli'nt, and 'I 1 ink, but Is a
pt'iiicion .wi.ri't FfVfM, f ruiliP t, or
Two Car ioads
Of choice, extra family, Fresno flour just
J. L. Fisuer.
Btraye r Htnlrw
A light bay gelding three years old
branded "C on left hip low down. Any
inform- ion which may lead to his recov
ery will bo suitably rewarded by.
Stod-1-.rdP. O. Arir.
We are offering an elegant line of ladies
underwear at cost, and the very latest
designs in neck rucbings. Call and see
our bargains even if you do not want to
' BI. UOLDWATJSK&SON.
PLACES aiSEBH ATTKSTieS.
Location notices for placer claims for
sale at this office. Orders by mail will
receive prompt attention.
Ckbokic Catarrh. I have suffered for
years from caronic uatarrn. bix wecics
ago I was induecd to try Ely's Cream
Balm. Relief was instantaneous, and con
tinued use has resulted in an almost com
plete cure. 8. M. Greene, Book-keeper,
mboatCo. CaUkill, N.Y.
Baney Martin and Family Killed
for Money and then
Patrick Ford, coroner and pubLc admin
istrator, left on Saturday morning for
Wearer to take charge ot the effects ot
Btrney Martin, until such time as the
investigations now in progress may develop
the fste of trmicif and family. Theie
seems but little doubt at present that he
and Id f&n.ily have been murdered
A'ht-n they Irlt Weiver it is known that
(hey nad aUmt f4.O00 in old coin and
gold dust with tLtin. Ihere arc several
hundrid dotlurs nonh of goods in his
store near 'eat er which Mr. Ford will
take charge of until the (insect invtstiga-tion-
couccruisg hi.-u are cuded
The above item of news w written tbU
morning Ai 2 o'click this afternoons
telegram was i.ccivi-d trom J. II. Usmiltou,
at Antelope, stating thi.t ill- tearch fj.uty,
under I'.R Geuung, bad tfocn rewarded ly
tin-n g tin .li.e ot tU r r.if. ljciiiy a
Biek faults, tie.iiu Seymour. They hm.
neeu uiurilu.ni uitu Luru'd up. There
can be nodnuCt ot the motive lnr tht cris.e
a.- Mr. ll.iriiu u...l b;en very imprudent
tn lK?iiig of th m iaey he h-ul with liiir.
BUck Tank? i near tlio looility wherj b--wss
Is't s-ee It the teamster, a- stnted iu
thefe coicmni n lew tsys itt. At tin
timeof his delta he had a wagon and nr.-.
Imrsts with bins. Oae of the lattet
found will jr. . roit cut but the other-
hid not r-en found nt lig- acc iunts.
Pubic Ad".'r,-tratnr Ford wit! ffir
reward of $500 for the apprekocsi n and
conviction of the Eiutdertrs and utoes
will no doubt lis offered.
I have fnff-3red trom Catarrh n sach e
extent that I had to bmiazo mv head to
quiet the piin. I wa advised by Mr
Brown, ot Iti-tci, to try r'lj's Creaiii Balm
When Pnfferina with Cstnrrh or Cold ir,
the head I have never found its iqusl.
C.A. Canp-r. Dnby, JC. Y. Apply with
finger. Price 50 c-nts.
rrobablv ss inn-b mi'?rt come if tn
habitus! con ijialinn ts from any derange-
m-'ut of the tnrc'iout ofths body, and i'
i liillicnit to cn:e for ltt reason that no
rnr ii"sf o ihke the niLdicines usual
p eM-:iin.d. Usuiburg Figs nere prepared
to - liviat.- thi difficU'iv, and they will be
t..T t ph-ktt to t! e taste of women and
tii'Ji-n. 25 en s t a!I ilrnsgUti. J.J.
Mc!i ii'J't ,I'tirietori, S. F.
PhysJciain are uow uing aniline oil
a- hcl inethet:c when simple opera
tion-, such a the opriiag of a felon, are
to b I t formed. The fimjer, in such a
ci.', i- d'ppetl to' a (d.ntt time in the oil,
nd nifhongU the rl-fh msy nbequent'y
lie cut to the bonr, it is said there is
absniuti ly no pi:n.
MOST PERFECT MADE
Prepared with strict regard to Parttr. Strength, and
Healttifiilnee. Or. Price' Baking Powder contains
no AnaQonl. Line or Alaai. Dr.Pricas'aExtncU,
Vanilla, Leoon, Orange, etc Civor deliaoa jl j.
euce BAwa eowout ca, cusago m3 sv uu.
Prescott, A. T.,
August 11, 1886.
A reward of two hundred and
fiftVy dollars is offered by the
Count' ot Yavapai, Territory of
Arizona, for the arrest and con
viction of each and every one
of the murderers of BARNEY
MARTIN and Family, at
Negro Wells, Maricopa Co.,
about three Weeks ago.
W. J. Mclvenox,
of Yavapai Co.
HALE BROS- k CO.
Send us Your Address for a Copy of Our
120 PAGES JUST OUT.
Complete Price List of
Dry and Fancy Goods,
Clothing, Hats, Boots,
Shoes, Trunks, Etc.
Nos. 829, 831, S33 and 835
There are Three Things we are Striving
To have you read our "Ad
To visit our store when you are in town.
And to go away satisfied that Geo. H. Curry has
Sold you honest goods at Lowest Prices.
It is ahvaj-s a pleasure to wait on you, and we will show you a
i ir r 4 r evi t-rr i ,,'
large line oi -i.inencan Oliver v atones, m Handsome
styles and finest qualities.
HS0ur $10 Silver Leader is
Beautiful novelties in Rings, ladies' Sets, ladies and nisses' Neck
Charms, gent s best Chains, gold and silver Filigree Goods,
Lockets. Lace Pins, Gold Pens and Holders, and
many other beautiful novelties.
An elegant line of Solid Silver
for presents and decorating your tables.
e pa' special attention to
rience wiui tuese gooas, ana tne use ot our Optometer,
enables us to give y u a lense adapted to vour siht.
Colt, Winchester, Kennedy and
I ! ci i. TJ-
uuiici uuut-uuus, -h&lui&j ouuery, juarcz Classes, Ammu
nition, and a complete line of cartridge?, at fhe lowest prices.
We are selling 'Winchester cartridges, 44-73 model at $1, 45-60
at o cents per oox.
For pretty glass goods for the table, call and see our Amberiari
ware, made up in ice cream nappies, mush bowls, milk sets, etc
Prompt attention paid to watch work and jewelry repairing.
Country orders solicited and good treatment guaranteed.
You are Ready to Receive,
We are Prepared to Give You.
Railroad prices to correspond
nave marked down
Furn ishing Goods,
Hats, Boots, Shoes, :
At a grat many degrees below
1 in cash will give ynu
best Rivited Overalls.
$l;25 will buy a good scarlet or grey flannel undershirt.
buy a pair of
$3.50 will buy a good double sole pair of boots.
$1 will buy a good grey or black Saxony Hat worth
$3, and all other goods in proportion.
Give us a Call and be Convinced.
The Lion Store.
Proprietors, . : .
HALE BROS. & CO.
K St. and 102G Sinth St,
the best watch in the market for
aud Silver Plated ware, suitable
fitting spectacles, and long expe
Marlin rifles, double and sinelo
n..ii r , . a
with thejiew era of Affairs. We
our immense stock of
competition. . We want your
a pair of Levy Strauss'
scarlet or grev flannel