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ARIZONA WEEKLY JQUBMl-MiftER.
J. C Makhx. Editor,
VEDNEHDAY. SEI-TEMBrlli. 1 l.s-jti
TKURITUKIAl. KKI'tlXUHAX COS
In accordance with the action of the Cen
fal Committee a Trr:lfrial Cooveutloo of
the itepublleau jurt of tns Territory .f Arl
roua, u eonoSt f evnt-sevn delegati's, Ir
bereoy called, to be held iuthe dtyofTuc-
0a" "HON DAY, feEl'IUMISEIt Sutli. lte.
For the purpose f nominating a If legate
to Connre-ii, b candidate for SuprtJlendent
of Public In.tn-el'on, Mnd lor the transaction
f ouch other buslB-f. may pr.. parly come
before It, ,,
Tneiev-I anlles of the Trritry will
teesUtlu x. fo. owing rev indentation,
bav-d upon tne Krpabl ion vote of lSSC w in
the aliownu.-e ul oneexlia Pelwsatofroia each
At mild time and plej the leleTte froin
the cjuulte of -,av-Hi. Yum. Moto'V'.
AnacLe uua jiarreo m1" o'11
ventlon to nouuuve a Joint fcut.e'n
and lll?l"e he countleu of C rliUe. ura
Imni ia. I:n: una ISma. u toaint
Joint Councilman. WEMfcft fc.TKl.r-1.
C. D. KKl'l-V. ChRir c Cen . C oai .
'Oi-orT seems to hire disturbed a
a harrier's nest in :he democratic camp,
but fartunr.ely the Iiorneu hive no
stings and their uraddlc falls harmless
upon the car of all sensible people
A nameless wtiier in the Csurie:, in
order to meet the charge that democrats
were the instigato:? of the yea: rebel
lion, says that Giddini, Lovejoy, V"adc,
Greeley, Theode Parker, VvVniell
Phillips and o:h:r nDted tepubheaa
leaders were instigators of rebellion.
, Saoposc it were true thar the above
which I deny, still that doei not rub oiu
the ditnnab'.e rank of treason upon the
otehead of the democratic patty.
Neither Giddiiy, Lovejoy. Tather
nor Philips were ever classed as repub
licans, and Wade and Greeley, were hue
Van Burcn, a democratic president,
simply abolitionists and free soi'.ers, and
the party took one of these - Greeley
a 5t rnncidate for yr csident in iStj
becomes a little worn, some ofEccr,
authorized by the department, stamps it
"light" and then the government buys
it, not at its face value, but as bullion,
say 75 cents thus this economical ad
ministration sells to the people 75 cents'
worth of silver for a dollar and in a little
while, stamps it "light," and buys it back
for 75 cents. This may be economy for
the government, but it is a robbery of
the people, who, by the manipulation at
the treasury department, cansc this
oss to them.
There is no good reason why the peo
ple should bear this loss.
We pay the government for making
the coin, and when it depreciates in value
by use and abrasion, the government
and not the individual, should bs the
The question naturally arises, why is
this done, especially at this time? The
answer is easy, viz: It is for the bene
fit of the bankers national bankers.
The more coin there is in circulation,
the less need there is for bank notes,
and it is to their interest to stop the cir
culation of coin as much as possible.
If this is reform, the people will soon
get enough of it too onuch for the good
of the democratic party. Oi'OX.
i-oMTicAi. i-ittA n:u. Editorial and fiisceHaneous Items.
North Carolina republicans have
decided to hold no itate convention this
Congressman Holman is mentioned
as a pjssiole senatorial candidate next
Te democrats hare almost ruined the
silver interests of the country. Mills are
beinj; shut down and mines closed a.l
orer the west.
Gen. Wni. Vandever, f.uher of the
Vnndever boys, iomierly located a
Maricopa, is a candidate for congres
before the Republican convention from
the southern district of California.
Mr. Tilden once made admission of
timidity thus: "I have never faced an
audience or rose in court but what stage-
fright seized me. Sometimes my tongue
has stood stupidly still, and ieconds of
hesitancy have dragged along like hoars
filled with horror - I've tried enales
devices to cure myself, bu . is cannot be
Maricopa democrais have instructeu
their territorial convention for A. C.
Baker, and the republicans for C C.
Aimniafor jumping off high bridje
i a-.id swimming the Niagara rapids seems
Inscentered on the sheriff, k hold an unusually laree
... . , , I number o! clanks in tii east.
Republicans are very slow in coining
to the front as candidates for office this
year. So tar, only two have announced
themselves, as candidates; although it is
understood that there are a few others
who have expressed themselves as willing
to serve the public m this capacity. As
in previous years, the fight m the demo
. 1.:... .l
and nas resuutu in a musi umci auu
ur.rompromising contest. The primaries
jf Saturday indicate that the incumbent
ci the office will secure the noroimtior.
of his party for another term. So far
tbeic has been no aspirant developed in
the republican party for this position,
and the names mentioned for it have
bier, done by friends of the parties men
tioned and no: by the parties themselves.
Those mentioned most proininentl
have be;n J. (. Stephens and J. D.
Cook, 01 Prescott, Joseph Myers of
Chino Vallev and J. B. Thomas, of
Flagstaff. Neither of them however can be
said to be candidates in any sense of the
A new political word has originated in
the south. It is called "joobahaw" and
is defined to mean a man who shoots oft
his mou'.h just because he has a mouth
to shoot off.
But if these men. "and other noted j v.ar(j ancj :s cxuerae!v doubtful if the
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ViMr nf the renujiicjn tatty.
instigate rebellion, they did not partici
pate in it, cor give traitor; aid an 3
comfort as did some northern democrats,
such as Valh.ii:g"i3u, Vi.:hee, Titos.
A. Htndricks, tr umne t,rcs.
The rebellion a no: co.ifir.ed to
democrats of the south." True, the
virus of treason infected thuusaad of
democrats in ths nor:h, !it no: a sinj.e
republican in that section, :n:
record of a single republican, found
fighting asainst his country, wni.e 1: :
"undeniable history tint every am who
fired a gun a: the :ia., or thrust a sabs:
at the heart of the ratios, or :ar : , 1 n.v tandidi'-uof wnr.i
first lumea wauiu co'isen; 10 ici
n-me gt to the convention. Mr. Myers
has 2 host 0! warm friends, as has also
Mr. Cook, who aro anxious to elect :heni
to the position. Citizens of Flagstaff and
the northern pa:: of th; county are urging
the name of l.l. Thomas and i: is
unders:od that while he has r.ever
suught the place that if the republican
(invention deem i: tor the interest of the
Dirty or neoplc to give him the r.or.ii-
ratior. he will accept and if elected J
c .;ve me-n to ths b:?: of his ability.
Tnere is a boy in Dover, Me., born
without eyes or eyelids. Tne part of the
face in which the eyes ought to be, ac
cording to all precedents, is as smooth
as the cheek. Trie boy is fourteen years
of age, and his name is S tmeford. His
parents have repentedly relused offers to
have the child exhibited as a curiosity.
The lad's mother is very near-sighted.
The Taylor family havo been getting in
their work politically down in Tennesee.
Alt" is being run by the republicans for
governor while his brother Bob heads
the democratic ticket for the same
position. Tne prohibitionists now pro
pose to place their Jathtr in nomination
and defeat them both.
,V Wasuitigion telegram i-ays that
Governor Zulich has presented a peti
tion of enormous length to Secretary
Lamar prawng that the military of this
territory be increased so as to hunt
down the hostile Apaches, that ni
utiar'.er be give:: liiem, and if captured
to be dchvered : ihe civil authorities
Aiiz'-ina. In tnd even: they wouki
undoubrdlv be hunc
Should either one of tne tour narni I)Jvi.l l.mdiey, an old man living 111
'.:e nominated by the republican party, 1 ijOU ... t".:.-, Ky.f is the victim of a singu-
" !ar ltlxti ja. Abot:: four 'jz ago :
Union pi.svii'jr l.: J--y an. An-r.-or.-vilss
an-1 o her p:: 1 i-".i th: s :;,.h
claimed lob: de.u irrat-. of the s.ti.ies:
It is ahe thu such de:r.oc: as Cass,
Douglass and Tilden, did g3d service
in the cause of their count." duiing the
. war, but tochs? Ucndticks w.:h ?uca a
i trio is a lib! up ju tiie truth (f history, j Th
b; ju-.:Iy proud ami
ul'v to :he support of the tic ;jt
only the lull strength of the party
a lar-c prop-:::on of tlie independent
voters o! the oanty, who aiiy theni
selvts to no pirty and who hold the
labr.ee cf power in the county.
and the recoids of congress during tin: j
I did not intimate nur insinuate that
republicans only foagh: 0:1 the side of
Thousands of democrats of the north
didjvalaint service frr their country
during that trying p::tod of our history,
and to ths reat h-jiur nf t:: Ir;h
Americans, whs, ai a cLi?j a r-y v.:e
ticket, bid sv.d
primary for the ueaior. o: oeie
: th-s renubiteiti convention
: held one wek from to-dry.
Under thi apportionment cf the county
committee, Prescott is .entitled to ten
delegates. The JouR.v.vi.-Mi:;nr. would
tvz: that in order to ?ecure perfect
l.araviny and that no charges maybe
made of boss.sni, that a mass meeting cf
republicans be held at an early dty tnd
that the names of twenty leading repre-
men 111 wnom me
ii,iimnT?!!i tu'tH. bid aside ineir
democracy .or tne time a,a !l3VJ ojr.f!dence, maybe .elected
service for Ass adopted coun.ry. I ..e -jf ' dAss.MfA Le. IC?uMicanj a: :he
ra.-jcra u.--a. . ,,. ef .j,e nrnaarv thjn decide swbi-
prate of thir patrbtkm, a-:d .ove ot WMt ta rqj:cscn:
couutr7,a5 bally - j This wiU M aspjrar;:s for
ssszstszzz Z !!Sho. w.r-
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; under .1 tree at Winter's
Tennesse--, when a violent
up. The tree was struck by
t:d felled to the ground,
rendered unconscious by
the -.hock, but was otherwise uninjured.
Jurin- (ery electrical storm since, he
has csuir.ei;ceu a peculiar tingling ail
over his uody, Mtiv.lar to th it produced
by anelccinc battery. When the storm
nassts the icnHalion leaves him, and :s
not again felt until the storm comes up.
Any person can experience a slight shock
by catching tuld of his hand din ing
ilorm. It is frequently tried by his
r.e'ihbors, by whom he is considered a
magnetic w mder. l.indley 's health is in
novrise impaired by the electricity, and
he is cf the opinion that it benefits him.
The cth-:r day during a severe storm the
shod: was much greater, than usual, and
the effects have no: entirely left him. He
has a cor.btav. te3r of the lightning, and
dreads thv- approach of 't "'orm.
A brother of Mr. Parnell, who lives in
Alabama, owns a peach orchard of 400
Republicans should organize thorough
ly throughout the territory for the com
The republican convention of Mich
gan has nominated Cyrus W . Luce
The president has appointed Deputy
New York Stale Comptroller Thomas
F. Benedict public printer.
The largest university in Europe is
Rudolph Albrecht's, cf Vienua. It
has 2S5 professors and 5,221 students.
The Pope has bought a palace at
Rome for $300,000, and is fitting it up
for a printing'cfrtce,
The long strike, lasting lor fourteen
months, cf the nailers a: Cumtaing, near
tiiicnuo. has come to an tnd. Union
' Ci '
and nou-union men will work together.
The editor of :he Phenix Herald very
wisely declines to becomo a candidate
for the legislature. An editor cannot
afford to run for cilice.
Col. J . W. Dwyer of Colfax" county-
New Mexico seems to be the coming
man for delegate to Congress from that
territory by the republicans.
Miss Amelia Rivers, the Virginia
authoress is a reckless rider, a lover of
rWs and manly sports, but when she
writes a book she shuts herscll up and
writes twenty hours at a stretch.
The Connecticut supreme court has
given an opinion that a railroad is not
liable for danuges sustained by the hold
er of a pass containing a condition that
the company should not be liable for the
negligence of its servants.
Minnehaha Falls, Minnesota, are tak
ing a vacation this summer. The falls
are still there but the extreme dry
weather this season hs dried the stream
up so that there is nothing to falL
The growing of German carp is one of
the most prcfitable industries in Colora
do. The lot of lakes near Denver are
becoming well stocked, and many a
farmer finds his fish crop worth double
his grain crop.
Tae Kplph hts asta attiann vuncedais
candidate fcr delegate to congress in the
person of Thos. Mitchell, a TomDstone
lawyer. If-Arizona were entitled to two
delegates we would take pleasure in
seconding the nomination.
The Southern Pacific is pushing its
construction woik both in northern end
southern California. It will not be
many moths before an all rail line will
be open between San Faancisco and
Portland, Oregon and the Southern
Pacific ct California will be finished to a
junction with the main line of the
Capital Prize, $150,000.
tr .In hrrt.r crtlfr that we itiDervlao
the arrauft menu for all the Monthly and
Quartetly Drawing of the LonUlana
htate lottery Company, and In peraon man
ago and control the l)mIcci themaelVM.
acu mat me same are ruujuciru wuu i.uuc
ty.fulrnc. and In good faith toward all par.
tie, tuu aullioriie the Company to ate
thl certlilcate, with fae-ilinlle of oarMlgaa
ture attached, In ItK addrtliemenU."
We the cndertlsmi'd ranks and banVer
vill pay all Prizes drawn in The LouUIaaa
lata i;irlai wtlch ma-. D pre-cme
Pres. Louisiana National Bank.
4. W. KILIIltKTIi.
Pres. State National Bank.
a 11 i.Tk'.vf .
Pres. New Orleans National Bank
Stage Station (on Ash Fork Road)
and Pleasure Resort
Choice Wines. Liquors and
Cigars always on hand.
Unnrscedented Am action.
Ove half a Million Distributed.
kim Shi: Isltpy tej,
IiiCorporaieJ in 1. fur .1 .r. try llw
Lezlaiature for educational aim .Char'tiie
nurp-wea with acapual ofl.0iW.000-to wnlca
a r-fcene fund of ov rlal-OXW h lue lv
vld-d, . .
By anoverwhelnil pup-.tlKi vole lw froa.
;hle w made a par of the preut state
'oiiktltutlon adopted Utrtmr M, A. V. lsTIt,
f ta Uraad Mingle Xaavbrr Uraa !(
tak plaeei BBvataily. -s"
IT LVEH SCAl.li-- OR PO-ITPOSKS.
Leak at Ihr roilon Ibk Olatrlbatiaa:
liMlh Vrsaat Xoatkly
Extraordinary Quarterly Drawing,
Aeaarair af. Jtaale. Sew 4rlraaa
Tueaday, larptcaabrr 14, INN.
Under -lie personal . lpervifl J ar.a man
tirm. . T. Braarra-ard.ar I.nalalaaa, aa
CIPITH PRIZE, $150,000.
.otlci- Tlrheiw arr Tea IlullaraOaljr.
k Fast Freight.
To aad From
Prescoii and Phenix, via
Vulture anil Yickenburg.
"I!ei'Ttsrtri inlfceaix at Posto2cey3
' ifl'-ti olt, at VM I am llouie. ifi
TlilE, THIRTY HOUES.
Grdcis Promptly attsded to.
Chapel & Smith,
NOTTCK OP FORFEITURE.
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MiiiB: Machinery oflEvery Dss.
F. A. HONTINGTON,
45 Fremont Street,
mario 3m San Francisco, Cah
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tvi-3 ' Y ? ,i ciuntv.ln order to bold the vremU- cma ( aw .,):.
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amount rfisircd to tow xne "D,.0,r,.Via -. ZZXZSZ
2.VT9 Trlaea. amounting Ui.
Application for rates to club, thould e
made only to tne omce in mo
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nir lull haaret1?. rem v , '
Monev Orders, or New York Kxctine In
rdinltv letter. Curre .cy by Expre..
(t our exrei..') addressed.
New Orleans, l.
Mak( P. 0. Mnnev Orders oavabl
and address Registered Letters
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i.iort. ii v llerth. notice o..
Vou ! ( r ra" c-.ntrlt.ut your propor-
cr.yof ti c -user htr under aaul Stiun -3.1.
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AiieC'.l'dl (furn'y m act
SI SO BSiMLABD
Iir . i-ll'n. ur.anlror.n!yadorud by th
. v i-- ( .if t'r KxecutKe Commute
TjVyVv ?' ii - .OCK UIIOWKIW Al-SO-r
Ai'oV'VMvr.'- r. standlngreward of
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. , a Zt lanillnif f tfll
I-,.-!,!- .(-'i-vi.i.....of -ny person or perl
', . :, ...l!f ...e iuct b'loncmc loan
men..-' xy. i.riSK -ocreury. .
snaii selected be v.lcded to no
th; war than vo'.e I I ) I.tnc j.n, j
the state; t K.e.r.j
Ur.i,e'.i vareaiiil V:r.-.:r.:.t se.it rive t.ra,-.-
more soidiers to ti:
than voted for Mr. l.incj.n in i
IV. .M UH, -l"
convention the welfare ot taxpayers can
,nsMU.'d hr the e!ct!cn of the
ni t cenipeier.t and most avaiUble
x-hher the surcessofthe
wjr t jr tne union , ,if th nllblic shoa!d
i i;-. . w. "-
wine out the fact, mat (..".n
yoked th; war. fired the .;r-t i;ur. -i
the reSellion at Fart Sumter, and
coattnued the '.r fe far four years, vhiie
not a sir.jiie re;"ik,'.tc t". "'a ever found
fijhtini; aiinit h: c '-i-.-.iy.
A celebrated iitre-.slvi. once said
"All rowdies hate rjaul head.-, hut
j-atrround heads are r.ot rowo."
" I -icrificcd or jeopardiieU to the sel
l interest ot
Sd, by a !bht juraphrae, 1 s .y, a'l
rebels, in tlie i;rrat whelHon w.-:e dem
ocrats, but all ceinocrats
With a con-
f any canuioatc.
vettijn corniosed cf
citizens and delegates unt
pledges the chances jf arty success in
tiiis county vcre ncr bttttr than to
day. Let each individual republican
exert an influence toward the above
After reading the recent editorials in
tlie Courier, in red to the great and
glorious services or the democratic
party for this country, erie cannot but b
impressed with the ingratitude and lack
of appreciation of this cre Ameri
can people. After rescuing the
country, as alleged, from the British
and defending it from Mexico, after
freeine; .cos.coo human beings from
slavery and enfranchising them by cera
orraic votes against the piotest and votes
C ! r: the le-pvbSican party, after oris'.naMns:
.i .k . t,. .n-M:.(r snd carrvinz tae.u
Ait 111 " "
through to a
Econvr.iy nd rterru sounds iell
coming from 'er.ijcr.i'jc speakers and
Tne euphor.y ef the Jerm is j
to the ear. hut iheir :riithfui...ss :
taken in a t'..-a...-,k-an rer.se.
While preaching tcenomy, the treas
ury department at V.'jsi.mgton ha
issued an order, that all tirj -.hit come
into the hand of certain officers, it worn
m .t hfiow the seiht when is-c-.d
Iron; the mints b.dl :e stamj-cd "ly'v. ! r,,;,le to defer for a quarter of a i:en
a:id then the h 'hier car. d: p --e a - j tur- placing the afftirs in th- hand of
h:'!1:o:i . this ;:cat part. At least .t would led:
A i, K.vr'i!jr4!:iiirj- Frnt.
A liuflalo, telegrnm of the sSth inst,
says: Nov it is the great American
showman, Adam Forepaugh, Junior,
who is 10 startle the world by his prow
..55 in dealing with the natural dangers of
the great Niagara, as his manager an
nonnces here for the lirst time. He ha
decided to walk his horse Hlondin over a
tight cicie wretched on the brink of the
great caiarict on September 13. A cor
rnonae:it had a lon' talk this after
noon with Forepaush's representative,
Thomas H. Davis, during which he said
"Blondm is a Morgan colt, Adam Jr.,
bought near West Chester, ra.,'hrce
vears a"o. The animal ivas four ye.rs
old last spring; it is fourteen and a half
hands hih, is compactly built ana
weighs Sao pjunds. Adam bejn train
in.- the co'.t at Philadelphia early last
fall to walk the rope. At first the rope
w.u placed but two fee: above the
rrour'd, but btfore the circus started out
hccou'.ddo a two and. half inch rope
thirtv feet long and twenty feet from the
cround. He goes backward as well as
forward, and has never yet had a falL
He has no fear whatever of falling, and
I don't think there is any doubt but
what he will go over the Niagara gorge
all risht on a still diy. He wears
patent rubber shoe and is very careful
and sure-footed. It nil be a big ex
pense, but we dont care about that, for
Jeff Davis, in a speech to a demo
cratic convention in Mississippi the
other day, decl3redthat he was deprived
of hi; naht to vote because he dared
to do his duty to Mississippi. All of
tvhich was a traitorous falsehood. Davis
was deprived of his light to vote because
Letraed and toak up arms against
the duty which he swore he would
perlorm hen he entered the senate 01
the United States. Ex.
A Washington telegram of recent date
says, the president ordered, sent a dis
patch to General Miles, commanding
the department of Arizona, informing
him that the Chhicahua and Mescalcro
Apaches shall be removed from Arizona.
l'he secretary ot the interior anil trie
eneral commanding the army are desig
nated to determine the point where they
tbsli be permanently located.
Chalto, the Apache chief, who mur
dered the McConus tamily, wtio was
recently on a visit to Washington, has
been detained, with his dozen compan
ions at Fort Leavenworth as they were
returning home. It is said to have
been ordered by the government as a
precaution against their anticipated bit
ter opposition to the administration's
scheme of removal.
Southwest New Mexico, soon to be
rid of the Apaches, will prosper beyond
comparison. It is a perlect garden, rich
in soil, grasses and minerals. It wni,
within five years, contain more wealth
and population than there is now in the
whole territory. Ihe Journal rejoices
with its many triends in that beautiful
section of our territory. Albuquerque
Life in New York is grimly illustrated
by the experience of a well-known brok
er. A year ago he bought a $250,000
house on Fifth avenue, furnished it hand
somely and moved into it. He was presi
dent of a mining company. In less than
a year he lost his presidency; his mine
his money and his home, and now has
a desk is a very small room of an ob
scure lawyer's office on Broadway and is
sought only by his creditors.
... . r -T. i j
.instsuch : v. :.r be a Dig cam lor me sr.o anu a
. -o .
.;....r: - 1 vi- nK. ami . s. i b. -er one xor ne .ams-m
others and si'ving the country from
disintegration, it d cs seem a tardy act
,f justice n ihe part of the American
arden rest winter It he does it.
"It is easier for a horse to walk a rope
than a man after lie knows how, for he
has moie legs to balance himself with.
Animals are not credited with half the
intelligence they possess. Hlondin is ot
, -md tractable disposition. I
,na- tne.v tnal wjy to a uu w.iu j . . , ( , . ... ;
' ...... f ' 1 T H 1 1' 1 IT I. 1 LK. Hlltlltl U 1 Mil. .
the c.-i.i must lose the differ l
the face va'.ee of the c.v.-s, - i
Fc: iu-taiict. in-- ; vtrpr.v. :i-. v
silver b;:":na- the mirket price of sdvc- ;
in the lr.djn .u'ke''. winch is nnw at ,
abcr.t 73 t -j::'. c vte dolli-
Ct 4i23i urains. r nea yccuks
WOrtr. 01 Sir.' r v. : ' , " bJ".""v
circulation aaun-: th l. ' - ' p-y
jdoilarN orth fur :i, and v.nen nj balance.
ihe C ---rier wh:.
recent ecut u. v. ,
lavmc his s-.cipachtiBi.ei'. tio-a th. .uT-
' o ? oimmersauUs with his
ifilcis Jt such nauseating misirt:.---
Loots and spurs on, will go with him.
! Cj.ke i at Niagara now and as soon as
i,. m (--as lateiv shltmed I he ,vi the cable arranged we snau
v..K..cL-. , . rwn.(, dhir h was sold i be Tin at'vcrtising for September 13,
1 1 J 1 r 1 V. awna -w v- ww,- v . .
into at he latter city for $3 's than the , 1, v.am nas oeen a h ..-.-. - ....
i,. n, nnrf hid to rav the show ar.c we are going
CALL FOR A REPUBLI
CAN COUNTY CONVEN
TION AND PRIMARY
F.ooms or Rs- Miicis Cocxrr Cestkal )
Committee or YAVAr t Co.-xtt, f
I'aE-coTT, Ana , August 16. ISSo. )
Wasites, At ra5eUu( ol the Republican
Couity Central Comm'.ttec, lieli on tlie ISlh
day ot Aujrust. 1SS0. it was unaciaously
lteiolvcd, Tliat a RcpuM'cac County Con
Tntion be heM at Prescott. oa the 15th day
of Siplcaber, 15-d, at 10 o'ctocU a. ra , of eald
daj-, scd '.bit prirairy elections, for the pur.
p03fi f Eclectin delegates to saia iwonvcu
ti. u.be held ih.the several prc.-incts in ths
county on the 4tU day of Septemter, 1SSS, be
tween the hoars of 10 o'clock a. m , and 3
o'clock p. sin to nominate candidates for tac
everol county offices, raemscrs 01 me ncx.
fffistature. d legates to the ensuiajr Repub
lican Territorial Coaveatiuc, anil the nelec-
tiou of a County Central Cotacaittet:
Resolved, That th apporlionraent ot dele.
gates to compose the county vouTenuou
ehall be aj follow:
Alexandra ... ....
Black Hi H
KANSAS CITY, 310.
Does a Ganeal Banking Business.!
.BRAND, J 1
r-?& On the R'clt P!p r
r.ai v " 1 - .
Ktln t. r.
.n .t nn L.nX Ve
n Tonecome Vay-
5.4 t r? l.rK ,fc)N
-n 1 Y 1
R. I. CA3LC, C ST. JOHN,
JT3t ii.cn M'c'r. iria41a.Ara
CURES ALL HUMORS.
from a common Blotch, or Erwaclaav
to the worst Kcrofnla. Sall.rWeaZ
"icTerorcs," Scaly or Koick BklZ
In abort; all dist-ascs caused by rod blood an
coKlucrcd br thia powerful, purifrlnt tnd
InvtjrorntlruraMlicinc. Great EMInc
.tfsHi aoii. 1
acd Swclllncs. llfp.j
IVblto SweIllucs Goitre, or Xklcat
JtSSSS ' M'utt. Arizona.
less; r iTis?
- . C V'. L.
U hrrtby eliooe
,t .11 rttl b eu
1Ui rlrdoia y S
and all tor !
line on rtStt u
Kts Crr J
PRATT & iaG,.Prcso-,
On left I, una
colts sini undei
Tas. T. Thorntos
Sctu Mabry - Vicc-Piesider.
W. W. St. Clair - Cashier
M. R. Thornton - Assistant Cashi 5
To JiaUc a Ulhvpa ishtrmp .
One-eighth ounce of cloves.
One-eighth ounce of ginger
One-eighth ounce ol cinnamon.
One-eighth ounce of allspice.
One-half pint of water.
One bottle port wine.
One-quarter pound cf loaf sugar.
Boil ail the spices in the water for
half an hour and strain the infusion,
Then nut half the wine into a saucepan,
set it on over the re, put in the spiced
infusion and one lemon, which should
first have been roasted and stuck with
five or six cloves. Now place in a
punch bowl the quarter-pound of sugar,
grate the rest of the other lemon over it,
then add its juice, pour in the hot wine
and afterwards the remainder of the
port, and the bishop is ready to serve.
, 1 Tlassavamoa.
. 1 Et Verde
1 S rawberry valley.
. 1 Jerome
, 1 Kirkland valley...
, t Lower .'qua Fria..
, I Lvnx Creek........
. 1 M'nyer station
. 1 Oak Creek
1 Pine Flat ....
2 Pine Creek...,
t HeenUs vallev
1 r-iescott.....'. 10
1 Pleasant vallev.... 1
1 Skull vallev 1
7 TurkevCreet. 1
. 1 Tip Top. 2
.. 1 Cintral Verde 1
Groom Creek t Lower Verde. 2
ITpper Verde 1 Walnut Creek..... I
Walnut Urove 1 WUliamton valley, t
Tonto Creek.. ..
. 1 Rojjeri' Like...
, 1 Point of Rocks.
1 AshCrcet ..
1 Indian Garden..... l
l P..tA.C.R.K.camp 1
1 Oro Fino 1
U French Gulch 1
That the Central Committer
recommend tht alternates be elected in each
precinct, and that no delegate or alternate be
allowed to vote more than one proxy Inthe
convention; and that each voting precinct
hereafter created by the Boird of Supervisors
shall beentitUdtooe deieRate in sW Coun
ts Convention. The committee furtner
P.csolved. That the Chtrmn ana secre
tary of the Committee b?. and are ucreuy au
thorized and directed to issue and publish a
call for ft V"nurv election, to le held Sep
tember 4th,l!5.aud a County i.onvcn ion on
Sentcmbcr 13lh.lS-6.to be formed, composed
acd held in accordance wim mo iorci:oicK
Now. therefore. In pursuance of said resola
tions of th County Central Committee, a
Republican County Convention hereby
called, to meet in Prescott, on the loth day o
September, A. V. 18SS, at 10 o'clock a. n, to he
composed of delegates to be chosen at a pri
mary election, which is hereby called to be
held in each of the several precincts of ths
county, oa the 4th daT oi aepiemuer, .u.
irw. h.ipn the hours of 10 o'cloek a. m.
and 3 o'clock p. m. of the said day.
T. J. Ilcn-EH,
Geo. H. Tixkek, Chairman.
G. Schusrman, Prop.
Bnocetaor to Dan Hat, S. Montexnm St.
Board and Lodging ( $10
Board bv the day - $1
Large and Airy Rooms.
Saloon and Bakery Attached,
Fresh Bread Delivered to
any part of twn.
President I "t -Si2.
fScriiviit-vA r.i.la T.Mnrt- -
r-SSEfCrop otf 1 ear end
I K, STORE.
Keeps a Full Supply of General t
Merchandise which L'
Being ti(ld at Jlot
Mens Furnis'tiing Gaods, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Gaps, ElG
Also, a large, complete and fresh supply
of choice staple and fancy grot cries
A TB'fiB YARB
. Y -II
In conntc-ion HU the store a:.erc
fSGocds deliveKil free of
charge to all parts of the city.
"V Clfl. lUOF t
- f3 1V l!K3italn. . .
... TO . . ill
W.Z. WILSOXT& Co
Haw Mill, nn-M m r- jeott and
v.t .ut Ii1m of Plata, next t. f,o..later'.
Blore.hHva th largest a.kurtruentol
are prepared ntthe shortesfnotlccto ti
all orders with protnptnets aud dtsalen
Flour. Grain and Bran.
Taken in exchange for Lumber at
W. Z. VT10N CO.
OLDEST AND BEST IN ARIZONA.
Better than the best imported.
Ear M A Fi
caf in a cars.
Puiwi P- O.
all bor. adc ar ta
I rcjrrt j of
ptt, A. T.
Canii & BaieT.
Chino y and Verde
I Y.y elve notice
, ihl horsea brand
I ednoad Anchor
f on left hip l
)o: rUMge Wil
1 ii,n vallry, p. .
VrKoM on rlchU
oiwatid csper bit
0 2 MRS
hip low down
es and Ca tie
re W!nn! Cror
FOR SALE BY THE
Barrel, Keg and Bottle
PIUM? JIIOULER, L-ssee
Cob Web H
formerly tcown a the Parlor "aloon,
MONTEZUMA ST., FAOIN'O THS PLAZa
Mafcei a apedalty ci sellln;
WINES aud LIQTJOES
..a.vi. the nrsT-
P. M. FISHER.
On the A-h Fork r
fteck, and Hulargca G laud a. Fend tea
ceLU in stampsi tor a larsc trcaUacwita col
ortd plates, ca iZln Discsses. or tho Tnt
oraotmt fora tiratise on Scrofnlota Affertica.
-xiii: bmiob is the vaxs
Thiroufrhlr ciranse It or csinp Br. Pierce
(ioldeii Medical Blacoverr, and saaA
dlf catlou. a fair akin, bnojaat avliw
It., vital ulifuptb, and aouadsaataa'
coaatltatlou, -jrJU be fatahllihtd.
irhch St ScrofsioB 3laeaae ef lata
EiIiubtk. 1. pmmpily and cvrtainlr arrexttd
tne cured by this God-plvcn remedy. If taaea
bef ore t he last fttasres of the disecse are reached.
Frcm tta wonder ful power over this tcrairr
fatnl dlaacctrbca first offeris? tha cow oaV
ebritcd remedy to the public. Dr. rrtacm
thoue'ut ealously of calling It his -aCaa
sntoptloit Cu re," but lendemed Hat nam
as too Uxttcd for a mud'.jiae which, from a
wotiderf ul combination ot vouic. or Etrrcftbea
ing. alterative, or blood-clcanaing-, antl-bUloaa,
pectoral, and nutriti vo properties, is unequtM,
not only as a remedy for conaucpUoal S( taw
tuara, but for eU
Liver, Blood, airi Lungs.
If you fed dan. dro-.ny. debillteted.
talli'W color of aain. or rellowi.K-hmwn
n face or body, f rrouent headache cr i
. bad taitc in mouth, internal heat cr :,
lvmatlnir-wlth tot Sashes, low aprrlta ad
rtoomy Iwrebodlnfi?. lrrcffuKr appetite. an2
tiated toncTjc. you aro guScrln? from IstoU
Rcnon,y upepiia, ana -Turpi K.lrJr.
Dr ltllloaiie-." In many cases oiiT
part of tneso aymptoms ere eipcrfraced. tM
a remedy for all fucU cagrs. Dr. PleraVa
CoIdei Sedical Slscaverr sal tm
tcr innn, BpmiBC or Kiacsu
Rhrtnos of Hreatli, Hroacti"i
Severe coiictas, Couscnpiiaa. ant
inA. it u 2 jenvfTMifl-n r.l
Send ten ccnta in afitmnM fr.r- tw.
toot: en Consumption. " r -yf 'tTi
World's DIspsBsary HsdicxI IwcdillM,
Proprietors, 6C3 llala St, BlTVALO, K.T.
ArmBlUOt7S and CATHiBXIC.
Sold by OrasgUU. 2 cents a nal.
is offered oy ths n uV.tua
of lir. Sag's Cataria HenMdy
for a case of catarrh which they
U yea lTf a dlai sars freai
the ax. cffecslvo or otaev.
wise. Tortlal lowi of ame0.taata.
or bcartur. weak eyes, doll 5BM
or presmrre In head, you have CaUrrh. Toon
Bancs cf casn terminate In coasuaptlon.
Dr. Safe's CAxacsn Hctnrr cures the mf
onooof catarrtj, C'lld ta tne Meaat
n vaaaxrauia aciuraai
Tli. BXlliilLV illf3Gaa
U.nrd TIatcIx a:.d Srpl
1 8 x laehea.wlta arc
' 3, BOO UHwtraUoaa
vkoU Ptetan OaUrryw
GIVES Wkolaaal PrlM
4trttt to muwiMM an all goaaa sar
ptrasmal er taaaaty aa. Ttlia laaar ta
order, aatd grrca exact eaat ax wa)
dilate jroa ana, cat, drtauk. wear, ar
hara ram wits. TarM TSVAIXAMUi
BOOKS contata laXonaathm nUaatd
tr-. lh aaarkats ex tlae warld. wTa
aaall a capy FREE tm mmy ea
arte wpom relpC as 19 eta. ta aytraf
expe-e.w ex ataMlag. TLct aa hear area
MONTGOMERY WARD A Ca
Hies u9 WalMuaiAT
Granite Street Blacksmftti
AND WAGON SHO'.
Comtr Granite and Goodwin itreet
near the Gray Eagle Stables.
L P. Ing-trerson, Proorietrtr.
ThU fra ta prepared to a!' Usda of
BUCKS IflTH ua tS'AGON WOSX.
ithertiswor rersairinr on short aotlca air
kinds af Stodchoth cf Wood aadlrne forsa. .
Drinks and ts reduced to
f . .
GIVE TH A CALL.
L.UU 5:1 a ItUIIIUVl
L . 1
.i .i . m - - -- (
Celrrstrd Pa.btnn t"aller
SEN I FREE E-r.lTrrifj'-iiS
Ijti. to ay atlJrM- IHastrate. ai aa
erery thlsz for Lifea, Usu. CX.Om
and lalasu wvar acd Buaattrrfa
Goo&K at prirt IwrtttaUuectu;
tccse ta te Cclvd Statn. Ccaivlata
atlaract.eu pwzrovi.rrznoc r
runcktL u. IV V, rLOCSl -V -.
6th Are. MXlUi su 1 . Cur.
Mi MILE SIGNAL WHISTIE
s-rtif h tv ni naci. . tan acsi-a rp
UO VIsvw I". iZwnmnt
ft. I. aaal ea.1-) aM M J V
i tr traN X Tw, A 'j?
tftl mj wk W . -3?
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ICtff 1ft wT- -
fall. fTrwlt. 1
crcatlsisr i silssJ
IMirUH,! mnw acw
I tkavl nm as L- TakMl.
fc" a "as it -reafa-i u ri-cri
uKEl.-(li.a 1LIIM MTV.
CX. fsa niairt an hi.