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PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY,. SKPTKMBER 1, 1886.
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VOL. XXII No 2.J.
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klade, FoHnf nftrr catlnr. wltli Jii
lsclUation I exrrtloa of !odr or Bias.
lrxiiallUiT oflrraper, Imvt tplrlt. with
Wr.l Ultxlcr, rinttcrlne at tLo
ilrart. lot brrorctbB eye, llrdacli
Tcr Iho ltbt eye. Itct!roe. with
Btftt! drrnn.. lllzlilr ccliffed L'rlue, nd
to rcch cas. ono lo?" cSk-j uc!i ft
chunco of f c n. tt: ? a -1 o aton 1 U tin- lafferer.
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ii:-A3 C:TI. ATCHISON. ST. :3.EPH ft
The Intenor depariment at Washtng-
j tan ha promuii cd the f illoing mles
and reguUuoni concerning the
! removal of titnScr from Go;.'nment
' t.-.- -rt,.,.. ..crrihcr' !iv virtue
IUiii. i tut i'i ...wu .-x
of the act of Juui 3, 1S7S entitled "An
act uuth-triztng the c;!:zjns of Colorado,
Xeud-i and tertnoJiv. to fell and
remove timber on the public domain
for mining; purp .es." The sc: applies
' only 'o the states ct Colorado, Nevada,
Utah, VVyotinng. Diko:a and Montana,
and ottr miiitral distr.cts of the Uni'ed
Slates no: sprchlly provided for. The
land from which timber ts felled or
r. mr. .-.! under iho provisions of this
ci n:u.-i ;. nidtoio oe strtLtly cf m:n
eral character, and n M ubject to entry
under the eistin; hws of the United
Statu except for mineral entry. No
rson not citizen or bona-fide resident
ie State, 1 erritory o: otner mineral
d;ttni.i provided for in sa d act. is
permitted to tell or remove timber from
tu.turl uv.di therein; and no person
fn 1:1 t corjjT.itiOu leilin or ieiniving
timber under th:- -ct shall sell or dispose
of the siau-, nr UmSir nianui ciured
therctiotn to any other thuti bona-fide
residents ur citizens ct the Slate or
Territory wIutc it" h timber is cat, nor
for ar.y other purpose mentioned in
-aid act. A" omi er uunager of a
sawmill, or mhe: irjrson, felling or
retnuv.". timber under the provision cf
this z-sh.d! Keeu a record . ( ail tim
ber tut -.r iciii.t.cd, stitin . the lime
nheu cu', tiaiist.-? ut" jurties cuttng the
same ui tit charge of the ork, and
descrilin :hw lanu Anencc cut by IcjI
ubd: vision it sutveytd. and as near as
.-acsicable ii not stave cd, with a state
ent of evider.ee upon which it is
limed that the land is mineral in
-trader, and stating also the kind and
'..iity of !umter manufactured theie
Ln, t --liie.- with the names f pifics
twbrn any such timber or lumber
11, u es of sale and lor the purpose
f wr.ich soiJ. Jiid shll 11 it sell or
doses c! tuch timber of Ij:c er nude
fri such umber without ta tn front
jiitrchiStT a v.ntten agre: ment tha
thsatne ihilt not be used except
fjtj ldm.j. agricultural and r.t nin and
o'.t domestic ivjrpisei w ihin the
5:i or Territory. Every such pur-
chi- shail further be required to file
wttsiM uwr.er a c-.r:ificatc unde
oathit J-e purchased such timber or
nr ciduively for his own use and
or purpose aforesaid.
Tvr f !le or removed shall be
Ntriclinntea to um;ding, sgMcuitural,
rair. ird it?irr dotnesti; purposes
wtta; e sta. or tetritoty where it
rce',I cuttir.; ut such timbL.- for ue
ou''of the state or tcrtitorj where tr
ts t.u: it iiiJ...-. No persjn will be
pern'd to fell or remove any growing
ree any fcir.d whatsoever, i-:;s than
euhthestn diameter., i'e
tnc omoviRj limber from pu
era. J5 "i 1 . Ln;teti sir.-i must
a 11. u o: eah iree cut tha; un be
pioh'.- used and mast cur ani remove
the tiand b'tish or dispose ot the same
n sutunne: as to prevent the spread
Th 1 tinder which ihese : ales and
teeula., wu; pteenbed prin-ides as
Sec 3. Aiy person or persons
who slviolate any provisions of this
act, or rules or regulations in pur
sttanccreof m ide by the Secretary of
the Int', shill b-e deemed tuii'y of
int.eno:, and upon convict' .i shall
tinettny sum not esceedi-it; $500,
nd to -u niay be added imprison
ment Ijny term not exceeding sis
Theses and regulations s!u!l ta'-ce
ffvct mber irt. tSS6, and all
t sting? and regulations hwretjfore
pres-ritJnder siid act, tec insistent
ici.tin)'. i luiaiy.
From Saturday Daily.
Uetnocratic priniarie usually create
considerable of n stir on our streets
and the oneheld to-day was no exception
to the rule.
The iolls were opened in the Moeller
building on the northeast corner of the
Plaza at 10 o'clock and ecn at that
hour a throng had congregated there
ready to vote, and carriages were on the
fctivet ready to convey voters to th pol
ling place. Two tickets were in the field
and the friends oi eacli were active dur
ing the day in securing vote for their
favorite. The fight for delegates cen
tered on the candidates for Sheritf,
although it was aid that each aho
represented a candidate for treasurer.The
Walker ticket for sheriff contained the
J. It. Slack
Morris Gold water
E. J. Austin
C. . Foster
W. V. Wilkerion
A. A. M.xirc
It. N. Fredericks
.1. F. Mi-ador
I). J. Sullivan.
The other headed "The Regular Dem
ocratic Ticket," and known as the Mul
venon tieket wa.- composed of the following
J. V. Wil-on
J. I. Gardner
.1. J Hawkins
V. J. O'Neal
J W. Dougherty
C. T. Dunavan
D. C. Thorne.
The olls v.-ere open from 10 o'clock a.
m. until 3 o'clock, p. m., 2.19 votes being
polled, and resulted in the election cf
the Mulvenon tieket by majorities
ranging from 20 tO
I From Thursday's Daily.
The rainy season will soon be over.
Dan Robinson of camp Verde is in
J. C. Herndon will arrive home this
Heavy rains are reported on Lynx
crtek last night.
E. M. Sitnford returned from Mohave
county last evening.
To reason with the cngry is like whim
pering to the deaf.
Parker's mill still continues active
cutting ties for the railroad.
Don't forget the hop of the Preacott
social club to-morrow evening.
Three persons are now under arrest
for the Barney Martin murder.
Last night's Ash Fork stage brought
no mail from either east or west.
The Journal-Miner looks well in a
new dres- of body type. Herald.
The pct office it is said will be mpv
t.d to the.west side of the plaza soon.
Dr. Pentland and family are rustieti-
ting ami recuperating on Groom or--
W. C. Bashford & Co. made heavy
shipment of goods to country patrons
A tr-ibj- TIoi !K"t
About three years rtgo Mary Sisson, a
woman who then resided in Washington
Co., Ind., near the Scott county line,
gave birth toan illegitimate female child,
which wa- in due time given to Thad-
deus Terrell and wife, of ucoitsUurg to
raUe. Si month? ago the woman mar
ried Isaac Sisson, and they at present
reside near Edwards vine, in r-ioyu cilanpe,i lands. McCann's horse won
cottntv. A lew weeKs ago .urs. cisou ,j
called at the home of Mrs. Terrell and
emanded her child, but was jcrsuaded
o let the child remain for the present
s it had a good home and Mrs. Terrell
loved it as her own. osterday the
woman called again and demanded
possession of her child. The Terrell's
having no right to po-ess it, set up an
excuse for retaining it and said ther
due them for board and There is talk of establishing a post
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clothing. The mother, not having any
money to pay for the keeping o her The rulings of the interior depart'
child, executed and signed the I tnent in regard to cutting timber on
following note and chattel mort-1 government land published in this issu
gage. which goesinto effect September 1st is of
August 7, ISiO. On or before tht Jtn 1 especial interest m this locality and is
dav of Julv, 1SS7, 1 promise to pay to worthy of a perusal by all
Hulda C. Terrell the sum oJ io. 1 ne Kuh Wurzbnrir &. Co. arc acenU for
condition of the above- obligation is mat n firt claa easteln tailoring houce,
it I :a:l to pay the said uum terreii j, are fuUv prepaid t0 tajje your
he above sum of to by ttie .m. uaj 01 easure for a f,i suit. ia,xti:Ct then-
July next, I am to ueliver up to ner my sa,npies.
aughrer Cora, accd tnree years anu six
month?, for her to have and keep as her
inifjnee in tin- section wne
esh wa- mortgaged to liquidate a debt
. v. C -
c oine of the
it c unity; .int
or ; el-"." tin
for the r rvrit veir
Are low Due,
an-i payable ::L
tax collector ot
nmt l'c i:tSl 0
following, i:;i'!-r a jienalty of
five per cetit. i. 1 e added there
to, unk icdd within the time
Coutttv Ttx-ti-.tu r and E-0in-
V:o Ta O .He "tor.
Prescott, Ariz. At;-. -5, 1SG.
TlUcr Jta:iH Jj-tr-e -
The s hat vest has just acgun in
France. i 'poor man's oyster" is so
apprecn hat Pans aione onsurncs
a'lf-ut fcine ton daily, 3nri the best
I-inrt 4r. m rr.m?i rr Ritrmin
dy, Th jst vecimens c carelully
reare 1 1 escirgntOTe. or vial't park,
such at: ;o.ir uapuchi : monks
olaniiedv onC davs a' J- iinar and
and U't h, vhen they bed :t-;noni-
"O ru!tlvatCU f lSiia. ilut
the tnaj'itc iliected by the vine
dresser;; evening from the stone
heaps wlhs snails have assembled
to enjoy dew. The creatures are
;hen st: in a dark cellar for two
month":, w-hen they hate closed up
the p:xof their shell arc ready for
cooking, ordtng to the true Bur
uncy rai thev are boiled in five or
si wr.te:;tracted from the shell,
dressed w-h butter and garlic, then
rcp'accd i shell, covered vith pars
ley and bi:rumb;, and finally sim
mered in vine.
L. C. Palmer, who came in
Williamson vallev today report
heavy rains there la-t night.
Joseph Melvincamein from the Verde
last eveningfbeing his first visit this year
o the capital.
Dr. Eobinson will remove his drug
store and office into the Bashford block
early in September.
It is something remarkable, the
amount of business the candidate finds
it necessary to look after in the country
j Ed. Home U u candidate for county
recorder. He is well qualified for the
The democratic primary will be held
on Saturday in the building belonging
to the Moeller estate on the north cast
corner of the plaza.
Tonto Basin had a horse race recently I foe the democracy seem.- to be suffering
between a horse of Marion McCan'o and I from it badlv in tin- count
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one oi Houston s, in wnieu ? ,ooo
Th- I'lr nt tt.iu-.
I hear them tt.ll (: fur off climes,
And treasure tutk! Ilmv- hutt!
VI minster wails, w!ier. stained liglit
On canvas, rare and old.
My hands fall down, my bivath comes,
ah, how cati I roam?
My task I know; to spin and sew,
And light the fire of home.
Sometime I hear of nobl. deeds ;
Of words tint move mankind ;
Of willing hands that to other lands
Bring light to tha pour and blind
I dare not preach, I cannot write,
I fear to cross the foum.
Who, if 1 go, will spin and ot,
And light the tire at home?
My husband comes as the shadows fall
From the field with my girl and
His loving ki-s brings with it bliss
That hath no base alloy.
From thv new plowed meadow., fit sh
and brown, v
I catch the scent of the loam ;
"Heart, do not fret, 'tis something yet
To light the fire of home."
George Worcester in Rochester Uni"n.
The Citizen gives one of the Puna
county democratic nominees, well known
in Prescott the following notice: Ilon.o
Fred G. Hughes, for county recorder, is
perhaps as weak a nomination as the
democrats could have made. There was
a time, when the sporting element of
Tueon metaphorically ruled the
roo-t" and Mr. Hughes enjoyed a bub
ble of popularity. Times have changed
and men rellect morf and look at public
affairs and tliOM who serve them in a
light far different than in the dim and
dUmal post. Mr Hughe.- no longer
rides on a popular wave, as his def.-al
at the lE-t clevtioit gives evidence, and
there is but little chance of hi reaching
the home stretch in the race when his
opponent passes under the pole.
Bos;i-m, which has been charged
against the republican party, eo b-ng.
seems to have beeen contagion and our
1L V MARKET
Mexico will tremble in her boot? as
much when she reads the following in
The supreme court of Chihuahua has I the Tucson Star, of the narrow cscai-
decided to release Cutting. It holds I the 1 jU5t lnade as she did when
that the lower court was right, but that secretarv Havard made demand for
Cutting's punishment has been teere Cutting's release. The Star says;
enough. I "roTi.--r liu -tvi.-olpil mil of : l.nd inpss.
The distributing point for the Skull I She came well nigh In ing sat down
Valley mail lias been changed from uPn l'-v 0111 svmv 01 u"-
B. B. Crapo's to II. B. Crouch's. I old gentleman's bankers went dewn
to Chihuahua anO pointed out the law
in the case to the supreme court with a
Snger of gold and the court saw it, and
it is hinted that Medina, the complain
ing witness against Cutting, got what
he went after. The whole job on the
part oi the Mexicans was to get coin,
and they got it, but they came very
near getting something else."
It was rumored on the streets to-day
that Gerouimo had surrendered. As
Th As--ineiit Itoll.
The following is r. summary of the
assessment roll 0: this county as re
turned to the Territorial Auditor, by
County Treasurer E. J. Cook:
Improved land, 127.010 acres ?253,W9.O0
remarkable case is the first telegraph connection with the southern Unimproved lGl.oOo acres. 30,-40.75
re human partoi the territory has been broken Town lots.
by the wire, being down we could no I Horses
verifr the 111
t.n-al I'm itlri
Jacob Henkle is looming up very
prominently as a dark horse m the dem
ocratic race for sheriff.
Jttd-ee Hawkins has decided not to
Track laying was resumed on the
raiiroad on Tuesday, and the superin
tendent. Mr. Kelly, hopes to be able to
lay thirty or forty miles at the rate of
one mile icr day.
'Oyon knocked the "onion" jutce
out of a recent editorial m our contem-
nora'rv, and the entire reserve force of
enter the content for probate judge.
J. C. Herndon is being urged to
ome out as a candidate for district the editorial staff of tliat alleged news-
Republican candidate. are very back
ward in coming to the front.
The democratic primary on Saturday
will le closelv contested. 1 wo sets oi
lelecatcs will be in the field.
Ed. Home is deserving of the nomina
tion of recorder from his party.
A Wom-in's Ituuras.
paper takes a turn at him this morning,
Their barren assertions, however, will
not change history as Oyon gave it.
Griffith A-. Noyes, the contractors and
, builders, seem to have all the work they
can attend to at present. They have a
I large Building under way on the west
side of the plain and are also remodel-
in-2 the business block of W. C. B.tsL-
ford .fc Co.
Wagons and ca:riageil,037
Money .notes fc ac'cts
Musical instrument SO
Quartz mills 23
Miles of railroad . . 170
:aw mills 11
Watches, clocks and jewelry
All other property
There have lccn two important min
With what a store of sea-gome, lore i ing iales recorded during the past wcekt I 20th. 1SS0,
Caatain Wallace has enlivened the long I One was from Senator J. P. Jones to I Burgess, Jno F
v,-nin!T5 nn d-ck. or when our entire I Lyman Elmore, selling onhalf of the I Burnett, J X
l. i-. . r . . erv r't ri
frt-.'rtwl-ir,'. ill nicr'f Ilvptpi1 I OIU UllUrC Illllte IOr ?-U,UJO. 1 11C
m.rr. Stories of adventure, of other was from l.ymnn and Jenny I..
so 1 I T-i . .: i ii i T-....rti
. ,.,. , , . .r4c" I r.iniure, i uu-.e'.iii iu - . , -vauiiiiian,
OI M. Loin-, the entire ulttire mine
onsi.ieration ?100,000. Gazette.
A deed from Chas. Thompson to A. E
The following is the list of letters
remaining at the jHistoifice in Prescott
.Yrizona, for the week ending August
strange traYeis in all th-; t ire J, 1
and last night he told us t miethin:
about a sister-in-law of iiis thit thrilled 1
us as nothing else had done. Tnis youii,
English girl married a sea-captain ana
went in his sailing vessel with her hus
band, visiting many countries with him.
On her first trip, when sho was yet a
Cain, Julia Mrs
Footc for the Standard and Copper Lion 1 Garth, Jno P
mines Castle creek district was filed for I Jones, Danl
record to-dav. The consideration
named was $5,000. Tht, in .addition to
the Mavtlower recently purchased bv
Kathrens, C P
Keating, J M
Linch, M M Mrs
Martin, G W
Richardson, E B
Rogers, E S
Richmond, A 15
Simiii' i'-. P E (3)
Wallace, C K
Wallace, Louisa Mrs
Call for advertised letters.
J. 11. A. Marsh.
WItf. HEISLEli, PROPKIETOrt
In order to better accommodate our customtrs, we have opened
in connection with our California market, (at South Alonte
zuma street,) the Bull's Head market, North Monte
zuma street, next to the P. & O. Restaurant, near
the cowuT of Gurley Street, where we will
krep always on handafhebest assortment and quality of meat?, which we will sell at
the following reduced prices for cash, to which the attention of the public
lieer oy muuquarter...
Jleef by forequiuter
Ho. r rump anil roan-1-I5e?r
sel plitte boiling.,
Kr vlrlolti and orter htui tteis.
lie" prima tenderloin and porter
bou'e steak. , 50
Ficcr lound and ebnek ata ..,. ,,s y 10
jtuuoa bv carcao or ule
Mutton abonUrr and cLuct cSor !)
Mc:toa rrtinc cnoru.. 13
MttU.n 'i-c. , )&
Ij.tu I'V- It
I. inti rits .-.od lotn chip- 30
Iich fhou drr ao;I '... , ,. 1JJJ
horfc by Meor .iutrttr U
I'nck kteak... IT e
Fo: k a."c..
11-'I c auta;e IS
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Meats Delivered to all parts of the City and Fort Whinn'e Eree of
Charge from both Markets.
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;:.ii0SA JOURNAL-MINER. -
htum ritiTis riot-sty
Tnit .Ull!tl JoCSAL&tiyKE Ii pu
!' il rx rj l.r I J Iht K(k tif,.l SonC
lue htz.-A Wcssuv i.icu.L'.L.Mi.ir.R i
ji '.eo every Weda t.j- at iT'i.ott. ma '
pital ti.s TVs.-:i.ry.
; i-F AJtlZO-VA J-ljLlMIlXU C
.r-.-et. a in lbs coracerclal cd bustceu Is.
r. -V of lb? Territory.
DAILY rrjenr - tliM
WrSiiT- - 02 rc:r, 4 oO
" ix racnttJ. . 3 SO
Moiy mat rtmlttc ty r dtel letter
pt-!Kr or!r r dx&ft
Th? Jock.: .-Mixekw t-i 1 de!iveri by
i-r.er : . uuierlbcr In the city for 15 cent
Lxral ciiyet mlle !certe4 at flfUea
cc: a line for tae tnt lnrUoa and tea
en" r-t Use fr cash enbfeiuent lnKrtloa.
Com-.Twm-DC on alt snbleetn of general
ct rit sTiij 5 iecepteii. a.nu news frota any
Mal:trU solt-'.tedjC'r-cclallv Irora the Qlniaar
imps aoj aeici'1-jrat iiitrlcU. -A:,
c .rjstanl.-i icn -Lvu;d is aidresitd to
HI i'JV'.f tx, Mixes. lTr:otU Arixona.
i-. f . I'.ici. UiM.m Su. Merenanta Ex.
frar-jico, ', tele ent for the
ts--"c J C!:Ai-Ml.ii .a that city. He
. i "-.!'-. t tu ctvl!-t ni-oty dco ht
t': 'tjii-i.- t. like r.rjrm tor adrertUlnc.
J lin.1 n uny othir nuainrat (teTotTlnj
r.' ir rrt;iwtiu.tH Mt the pub
L-r. the In.tr JorEsrjn.-MijkiR
f ku 'liSit.Ml.tir w.:! I round
Kittex ot 2.rral AdvcrtlaiBS.
ri-rtfT i-r. , ,
farai'.s. IMftrtrt Court,
j-in : jTiiice Coart.
v p ;.-u... fur i'"!
'ii jtM atnr'v ,illf . , ,
Miss C. Johnston, Proprietress,
Only hotel in Prescott where patrons can obtain meals withou
leaving the house.
ALL THE DELICACIES OF THE SEASON SERVED.
Speoia1 attention Paid to Families
Best Table Board, $7 Per Week. Finest Roo-ns in Pr cico
III Ui Mi
GU11LEY STREET, 0PP, NEW CLUB KOOHS,
A., IE. T7VIT i" ilA - - - 33I,02Par,
Unexcelled Wines, Liquors "aiiOligars
WILL ALWAYS BE SERVED TO PATRONS
KELLY & STEPHENS!
. AT THE :
GOLDEN RULE STORE,
Ui lrkrattsd afct Crtfn2y n MdEtc
Of General Merchandise
Complete stock of the Famous Oregon Cassimere Clothing, Blanket
Lined Goods. Pacific Coast Flannel Underwear,
Sn AS ENDLESS VAMSTT OF
BUCKIXHAM HECT'S UNRIVALFD MANDFACTURE
Boots; and Shoes..
UT'evet en in anr onetUbttahsir.t In Ar!zcuu3
NORTHWEST CORNER PLAZA.
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, paper Alvertltlnc; Itnreau (13 MICCV
tc oatie li r tr n
THIS Pf PEHiSS.'SSl'.SS.'J-.'jSS
M. V. AYR A SQM.omallullialigm
v r m m mm mm Jt s a
The Only Hotel in Northern Arizona With
Hard Finished EDoms.
SITTING AND DINING ROOMS ARE THE LAEGES
AND BEST APPOINTED IN PRESCOTT.
BOAHD PSHWSBK, 5700.
H. A, Kendall, Proprietor.
Fine Rooms 50c and $1 Per Day.
THIS H OTEL, WHlUJI 'HAUWfVEES OPENED, IS
and furnished in every particular with allthe co leniences
o make it a
COMFORT A TtHiS3 3EC030S.
t is situated in the center of the city, within fifty yards of the
Postoffice, and is the 2I0ST CONVENIENT HOUSE in Northern
Arizona. Particular Attention raid to the Uomtort or my Quests.
Seb. Aiunuller, Prop.
In nrdci,vo:i jirctty lookinc; hand
tin- fnipcr must be kept in good
-hajv. Th'-uld nex-er bo cut too short
a- this dcijC fniucr end and rcn-d-
r them y. They should alwAys
1 r' ;i t : ifvoiind the extremity of
h .- imp' r .(. j arwi only to a slight
ctirvt . witn,,,rtMU.,ing too much on
tli- jnjth 5 -,r.frnt' the hnlf-tnvon
or iuu da. vb.jr,li;r? the lower part
of Uk nail. itbotiKht a great beauty
tlic ekin inu.Plt fTOm encroaching
upon it by 1 it Inek every morn
ing with a brory jnstrument. liy
thi? nienn t10c hang-nail will
1 prevontcil filing or scraping
the nail if? unous as it tends to
tin. ken tli-tra, The nail brn-h
br,ulJ alom for cleaning and
t-ili-liiiis the gx
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,..3 , - j . luin rom Ule j.rtme partv makes, a
her husband was wounded or knocked I .roup of verv rich mining property.
senseless in his cabin. The sailors were I The following is the balance of the
about to swini down the companion- I ticket nominated by the Tima county
way info the cabin, when the young I democratic contention : territorial
woman barred the way, pistol in hand, I counil, S. W. Carpenter; legislative
and promised to shoot the first man who I assembly, L. II. Manning, J. B. Scott,
mnved toward her. She held them thus I C. M. Bruce, V. J. Coyne and Ad Linn ;
at bay till their wrath burned out, and I assessor, M. G. Samaui?go; supervisor.-,
.i .: ,i I Frank Allison, J. B. Anderson and
lilt; mutiny ai a.i wiiu.
On the nwtvovathev were shin- Frank Troctor; county surveyor, Gto
v Ct 4 T C Til I 1'
t-t A th h--hPirtorl ..irl. M-rugc; coronor, x.. o. cimui : puunc
nit.Wi ..... ' - - rj .
with her young baby, was lashed in the
ringing and remained there fnr several
days before they were rescued. They
had nothing to cat, and the mother's
natural food for her child was exhausted.
By some means a car. of food was fished
up from the ship, and the child fed on
this until it was all gone, and the little
one about to starve. But the mother
put her teeth into her hand, between her
thumb and forefinger, and bit a gash
into her own flesh, from which the blood
brave sailor-wifo were
administrator, Philip Drachman.
C. P. Stanton, charged with being
accessorv to the murder ot the .Martin
family, was arraigned to-day in Justiceil
Wood's court. The district attorney
asked for a continuance for two days
to procure the attendance of witnesses
for the prosecution. "A. C. Baker, Esq.,
counsel for Mr. Stanton, said that the
defendant desired a most searching
invefctigation of the charges, and he
would make no objection to any reason
able time for preparation upon the part
W jRBYALCSSVi? J StJ
This paM-drr never vare A marv'
The child sucked this, and that nf til( ,irn.pcution. He announced I purity. strnucth and wlv l-.s.-.in re . More
rescued. New to nroceed with the case
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a'" milium u;.b w.-.. i iiiui .ir. ci.iniuii ib iwu .u j" ""' I no' bo -'ld In c mp!tr.ioa -liti tne tunli'.tu'
The hcarintr 1 of low a.-r sbf n en;h'. alum or rijusphute
. ... . i . j tr ,j iw"- - "i. r.:v. 1
was aujourneu lor io uay. ixeraiu. powder Uo. luo an tuect, ew iort.
There are Three Things we are Striving
To have you read our "Ad."
To visit our store when 3011 are m town.
And to go away satisfied that Geo. H. Cum has
Sold vou honest goods at Lowest Prices.
It is always a pleasure to wait on you, and we will show you a
large lino of American Silver Watches, . in handsome
styles and finest qualities.
J$5g0ur S10 Silver Leader is the best watch in the market for
Beautiful novelties in Rings, ladies' Sets, ladies and aisses' 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 and Silver Plated ware, suitable
for presents and decorating your tables.
jWo pay special uttention to fitting spectacles, and long expe
rience with these goods, and the use of our Optometer,
enables ns to give yt u a lense adapted to your sight.
Colt, "Winchester, Kennedy and IvTarlin rides, double and single
barrel Shot-Guns, Pistols, Cutlery, Quartz Glasses, Ammu
nition, and a complete line of cartridges, at the lowest prices.
We are selling Winchester cartridges, 44-73 model at SI, -15-60
at 75 cents per box.
For pretty glass goods for the table, call and see our Amberian
ware, made up in ice cream nappies, mush bowls, milk sets, etc.
"Prompt attention paid to watch work and jewelry repairing.
Country orders solicited a d good treatment guaranteed.
E. M. SANFORD.
Prescott .... Arkoaa.
Office on Cortez Street, a few do?rs aorlfc
Tux of jODR-iiL orSce.
Wl. IL SIcGSEW,
A TT JlJ.-EY-A.T-LA'W, U. 8. COMHIH
. HlONEU i.ud for Third Wtrtet Court,
Yavapai ewntr. OtSc next door to Kuan
& Weil. Hrcctt. -V. T. -3
IL K. K0BIXS0N,
Physician and Surgeox,
Office on MoctezarAa street,
One door North of Itecse & Co's Drngtort .
L. F. EGGERS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
DISTRICT ATTORNEY OF YAVAPAI C0TJWTT,
Ofnce in Couit House 2 Prescott.
. C HERNDON. J J. HAWKINS
HERNDON & HAWKINS,
ATTOROEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LA
Special attention to conveyancing tat!
ofrlce -iro-k of all kinds.
Attorney General or Abhona.
IrCC&SKT ANO COCNSELOR AT LaW
OrFtcic OTerthB Bant oi Aritoaa,
; .V. Kit, E. W. Wells Snraner Howar
RUSH, VJKLLS & HOWARD,
Attorneys and Jountellora st Lav
Presc-tt. Tjrapal Couatr, Arizona. Will at.
tm! r.rtiniJj M at! buslnts entnuted to
thera 1b t! ourt of record In the territory
HENRY CLAY BURKE.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
ex-'.Vii: pracllra In alt the courts of Artaona,
nd tfora tse vailoon Departments In Waan
OOc Itoora No. 3. over Eaak oZ Arixona.
Prtscott, A. T.
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nd xtti on tile it the prtnclial muani.
ViaLafQiia to tLo t-adlan Tillage of Aeo
Via Wlngato l' Kort Wtntate, 3 miles;
"ia ilaDoellto to Fort Defloee fNaraJo
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.Miiolbrwib.ul-weekly stages, to Fort
1 acne. u mile.: Sprlncervllle 95 mtlss;
sjctt Low. 5o rniWt; Tajlorrllle. 35 miles;
Mcal Indian Viliuiotno resular stauces) to
Via NaJo.dailr stacks to SU Johns. S4
mile: SprlcKerrUu is mile..
Via Wli.Bh.TT to Uri-aam city andgunsst
ia AU Kurt, .laijy sta-es to Preacott
nil Wl iup e ISarrackt, 54 miles; dahv ctagea
ram Praseou wj Palais j.ai ul-weekly siac
io Kort erie.
VU 1' sen Pprlat totL? Grand Canon of
the Coi'.railo. U tun
VlaKlngtun. : liy sta?-s to Stockica
aill. lomliei; am l Pari. ISml'estCerba,
Via Yaeo.' to "isr.. l,r mllti
Via TLc NeJl'. lUaratrZto Yama, Co
nr.torivr acea-v. Fort nlare, Mojave CI
Hh'Ivtius.aiUou . iad El Iwrado Caar
V.-. A. BISSELL.
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CeaerAl Jl. er. .lbuqaerque, N. 31.
BANE OF APJZONA.
HJiESCOTT, A. T.
Ewabttsa-;, lrr. Tji- Y.itl Bank In ta
mtU lMKtS Prcaldeat.
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itsa&i or California aa t'narltco
LiaUtlan- &. Co . sew Vork
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