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ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER.
J. C Martin, Editor,
WEDNESDAY. SE1TEMBEK 8, 1SSC
UMA CTV KIU'CBLICAXM.
The republican county convention of
Pima county adopted the following reso
lutions: We believe that in public expenditures,
both county and territorial, the most
rigid rconomy should be practiced, that
the burden ot taxation may be light as
We heartily endorse the efficient and
active course of our present delegate in
We believe that it wjuld be of general
advantage and result in public good to
revise the statutes of the territory.
The republican party novr, as it has
ever done, favors the public school sys
tem and pledges itself to uphold it free
from sectarian influences.
We denounce in unqualified terms
the unwise, unpatriotic and reactionary
policy of the democratic party whereby
the value ot silver has become alarm
ingly depreciated and the principal in
dustry of Arizona and of the other ter
ritories has been paralyzed and thous
ands of laboring men and their wives
and children have been deprived of the
means of subsistence.
We believe that trade between the
United States and the Republic of Mex
ico would be better facilitated by the
" establishment of an international silver
Again we call upon the general gov
ernment, through our delegate in con
gress, our legislature, our governor and
by every other proper means, to see that
the laws prohibiting polygamy be strictly
enforced. That all indians be perma
nently removed from the territory
that the Indian rcsarvation, among the
airest and most fruitful portions of our
domain, be opened to occupancy by the
actual settlers, and that all questions
pending to affect the titles to the land be
speedily and definitely settled, to the
end that we may be secured m our
homes already made and free to attract
to us all people who seek to create new
With a strict party vote in this county
it would be found that the two parties
were pretty nearlv tied. There is how
ever, a considerable, of what is called
a floating vote, composed of indepen
dent voters who will not ally themselves
to either party, and who rcilly hold the
balance of power. The party which
will put up the best ticket and which
can secure this vote is the one to suc
ceed at the polls. The republican
party m this precinct has made the right
start, by leaving the choice of delegates
entirely with the rank and fiile of the
party instead of having rea dy made
slates to force upon them. If it con'
tinues this policy its success at the polls
Northern papers are just beginning to
comment upon the case of Win. A.
Graves, a highly educated and respecta
ble colored man, who until lately was
the principal of a colored school in
Atlanta, Ga. The school committee at
the time of the visit of Jefferson Davis
to that city ordered the children to
turn out to make a parade on the occa
sion of the reception to Mr. Davis. Mr.
Graves refused to lead his colored chil
dren, laden with flowers, to honor th;
man who tried to keep them in slavery.
Because he thus refused he has been
turned cut of his office. Another col
ored man, who, as a ragged little school
boy told General Howard to tell the
friends North that "we's rising" has
just been turned out of the position as
principal of the public colored school
in Macon, Ga., because he told his
brethern and sisters in an address he
delivered in June last they had the
same right to seats in public convey
ances that the whites had. Ex.
Quite a valuable industry is now car
ried on in France in the utilization of
the different kinds of feathers formerly
treated as worthless, especially those
obtained in plucking ducks, chickens,
tuikeys and those wild fowls and other
birds killed as game. The plan pur
sued consists in trimming these, particu
larly the large ones, off the stump which
may be thrown away; the plumes being
then made use of in the manufacture
of a feather cloth or blanket, which
possesses the esential quality of being
exceedingly light and at the same time
very warm. The plumes which are sep
arated from the stalk are placed in a bag
closed tightly, and then subjected to
rubbing between the hands, as in wash-
tag cioincs. la a lew minutes me nore:
t.. , mi 1
' t r . 1 .-1
x, and form a perfectly homogeneous
and very liht down, applicable by
simple operations to the production of
quite a variety of covering and other
household objects at a reasonable cost.
Among some interesting figures lately
compiled by Elwurd Atkinson, the dis
tingtushed statistician of Boston, are the
following: Tne population of the United
States is aS.ooe.coo, or 19.33 P square
mile; the national debt is $1,398,198,
2S1. or$2j per capita, and is decreas
ing; and the number of men in the
regular army and navy is one in every
314 adult males. The population of
Europe, otwmitting Russia and Turkey,
740,000,003, or 162 per square mile; the
prooortion of ada't men in the armies
and navies is one m 21.60; and the debt
of all Europe is $21,319,620,000. The
debt of what are called solvent states of
Europe omitting Russia, Turkey, Austria,
Portugal and Spain, isabout $1 5,000,000,
or about $75 per capita, and it is increas
ing. Throughout the continent of
Europe nearly every railroad has been
constructed for war purpose?, rather
tkn with a view to commerce. These
figures tell their own story vih regvd to
the diirjgae ta condition be: a jen this
and other nations.
A gentleman living in San Francisco
received a few weeks ago a small twig in
an envelope, taken from his mother's
grave in Posen, Germany. The twig
was all but quite faded. The leaves fell
off immediately. One small portion of
the stem alone preserved its green colors
and appeared to be slightly moist. Giv
ing it to his wife he thought nothing
more about it until the other day she
brought to him a small flower-pot con
taining a small plant looking like a
fuschia, and standing four inches high.
It bears a number of small leaves on its
slender stem and shows every evidence
of life. This twig had traveled 7,000
miles in a common envelope, in which
it had lain about three weeks The lady
who nursed it back to life cut the stem
open at the bottom, inserted a grain of
wheat and planted it in the flower-po:
with the remarkable result stated.
Thh Anarchists' matter has developed
a curious phase. According to state
ments of members of the society, the
friends eft he convicted having despaired
of securing freedom by court process,
intend to report the power of the ballot
plan and unite all labor organization with
the Anarchists and Socialists movement
with the apparent purpose of the ameli
oration of labor. They hope to control
the coming election and elect men who
recognize the political power of the
coalition, and use the official machinery
n favor of the Governor who will agree
to pardon, 10 get the support of the coali
tion. An oratorical duel will take place
shortly in Tucson between H. R. Jef
fords and Cameron H. King, rival can
didates for district attorney, over the
Panl-Shaw contest. The former was
attorney for Mr. Paul and the latter for
Mr. Shaw. King i the challcngirg j
party and names Wm. Zeckendorf as his
second, while Jeffords in accepting,
names tor his second Judge Haynes and
Alexander Campbell is suggested as
referee. It will be a regular jaw-bone
The Tucson Star says, "the democrat
ic party wants a good organizer, a man
chuck full of energy, and a man who is
well acquainted throughout the territory
and the issues between the parties of
each county and how to control them to
the advantage of the party at large."
Wonder if this is intended as a reflec
tion upon the firm of Zulick & Farish,
the great "organizers from away back."
The democracy of Gila county, on
Saturday the sSth, in convention, con
demned the president's anti-silver policy
as mimical to the mining industry
in the -rest, also his Indian policy,
and his policy of appointing federal
officials in ignoring the rights of citizens
of the territories to hold the federal
offices of the territories, as guaranteed
b the democratic platform upon which
Grover Cleveland was elected .
The editor of the Courier allowed his
imagination to run not in writing up
the Republican primary of Saturday
Instead of the intense excitement, de
picted in this morning's issue, as exist
ing, the best of feeling prevailed during
the day and a stranger would scarcely
have known that an election was being
Elsewhere in this issue is published a
list of names selected at last night's mass
meeting, to be voted for at to-morrow's
primary election. It is composed of
representative citizens and every repub
lican should turn out to the election to
morrow and vote for the best interest of
The mass meeting held last evening
shows that the republican party is har
monious and united. The universal
sentiment expressed is to let individual
preferences sink for the success of the
party and the best interests of the citizens
of the whole county.
In imitation of Marshal Meade's tac
tics, Sheriff Shaw, of Tucson has sum
moned a democratic grand jury for the
county court there, to work up pohtjeal
thunder for the campaign. Fair minded
democrats are opposed to such petty
wotk and il will fail of its purpose.
There is something indescribably
mournful in the attitude of the demo
cratic party. I hey are weeping because
death has taken away nearly all their
great minds and are equally disconsolate
Governor Zulick shoulo be here now
to demand that the Apache cutthroats
be turned over by the military, to the
civil authorities for trial. He has always
promised the people of this territory that
this should be done when they were cap
King Kalakaua, of the Sandwich
islands, is reported to have a desire to
unite all the islands of the Pacific under
one government with him as King.
A movement is on foot in Washington
to organize a David B. Hill boom for
If Envoy Sedgewick sues "the ltar(s)'
who said he got drunk he will have
Captain Lawton is deserving cf the
highest praise for his never ceasing pa
suit of the hostiles.
J. D. Lynch, of the Los Angeles ier
aid, has been nominated Ly the Demo
crats as candidate for congress.
Was lie Itrnnkr
Sedgewick was not drunk in the city
of Mexico if the J. M. did say so."
"Consul General Porch telegraphed
Secretary Bayard from the City of
Mexico as iol!os: Our special envoy
has disgraced himself. Demand his im
mediate recall. We feel greatly humil
iated and bowed down with shame.
Will send further particulars, if desired.
Suffice to say he was found dead drunk
in a house of prostitution, and is now
the laughing stock uf the Mexicans.
Consul General Porch's telegram was
endorsed at a meeting cf the American
colony. The facts of the case are that
the Mexican jockey club gave a ball
and Envoy Sedgwick attended. It is
alleged that he got drunk. He had an
engagement with President Diaz at 1 1
o'clock a. m. Diaz waited until noon,
but Sedgwick did net put in an appear
ance. He hid accompanied others who
were at the ball to a giy part of the city.
Many rumors are afloat regarding Ins
conduct there. Sedgewick stated to sev
eral persons that he did not know what
happened after 3 o'clock in the morn
ing PreiS- Telegram.
"Uruerni" (i-mimaii ! (ieu. Jtilin
General Miles to Geronirao Ah sir,
good morning. You want to surrender,
I undei stand?
Geronttno That was my intention.
M Upon conditions, sir?
G Yes, one.
M Name it, please.
G I heard on reliable authority that
Colonel r.nclicott was going to resign.
and I want to succeed him as secretary o:
M Are you in accord with the ad
G intlipnantly) Do I look like a
MIes (looking ovei his last year s
cl jlhes and his general worn out and
weary appearance) Well, no, sir; I can't
say that you do. You look more like a
waiting democrat in a Washington cry
cheap boarding house.
G (rattfullj) Thanks, what abou1
M - I will report your wishes to the
G Very well; and in the meantim
don't send any of your men out looking
for me, unless they are bald-headed.
Some of my followers are liable to at t
hastily when they see hair. Au revoir
Miles Good morning, sir. Wash
Editorial and Misc8i!a..eous items.
The earthquake at Charleston, South
Carolina destroyed a large portion of
the town and from 100 to 150 lives are
A Kentucky court has decided rh.it
when a girl jilt. her lover, she must re
turn all his presents.
In one deposit of gold coin at the
New Yoik sub-treasury last week thee
was a shortage of $1,500 in $6,000, due
to light coins. The sweater has been
getting in his prespiratioit on our coin
age. fohn Sharp of Silt Ijke City, who is
a cirector of the Union Pacific road, h is
been deposed from a bishopric in the
Mormon church for promising to ob- y
the law against polygamy.
The Philip Best brewing company of
Milwaukee, under boycott by the
Knights of Labor, announce that if not
withdrawn, every Knight, and they have
400 or 500, will be discharged.
Of George Washington it was once
eloquently said that "nc never slopped
over." This is not the only painful
lack of resemblance between Mr. Bay
ard and the father of his country.
It is said that when the editor of the
Pekin Gazette throws off a joke about
the San Frncisco Custom iiouse offi
cials' mental acamen all China doubles
itself up with laughter, and the laundry
business comes to a temporary stand
still Democratic slate conventions, in in
dorsing Mr. Cleveland, seems to have
followed the idea of Hon. William H.
English of Indiana, who says that "it is
not necessary to agree with the President
in order to give him a cordial indorse
ment." The late Professor Stowe was of the
old school of gentlemen. When Mod-
jeska called to pay her respects to the
Professor and his talanted wife, whom ',
Vi never beiorf-rnct, he arose, gave
the actress his hand and said: "Mada.n,
I am glad you called. I should not
like to have gone to heaven without see
ing you . "
Ono of the effects of tobacco is a tend
ency to prodnce fatty degeneration of
the tissiiPs, nearly all of them being sub
ject to this. The jwpular notion that
the use of tobacco will prevent corpulency
is a deception, except as it intcrfers
with lwalthy nutrition. A very general
effect is fatty degeneration of tho mus
cles, esiiecLillv those of the heart. Per
sons whese system are saturated with
tobacco are very slow in recovering
from sprain ami bruises of the muscles,
nor do they bejr surgical operations very
well. Rut by far the most serious effect
is "tobacco heart," ivliich i-i a rupture of
this organ from the deosit of fat cells in
the fibres of tho muscles, which destroys
their integrity and is immediately fatal.
It occurs mostly in young jierions
Anotber effect of tobacco is n tendency
to produce cancerous affections. Fat is
the lowest btalthy tissue; its uses are to
store up tln means of nourishment. A
littk- lower tluin this we find cancer cells
in tlo blood, reducing the disks, which
in Uie healthy conditions are round like
a com anu r guiar, to alwut iwo-inirus
their natural size, and making them
rough and wrinkled. Henry T, Child. J
Tk: Hawtllra Horr;stt?r to Ueneral
Major J. W. Pullman, deiwt iitiartcr-
mgbter at Whipple received the following
telegram this morning from Major
Kimball. Chief Quartermaster of this
department from Fort Bowio.
The hoetil- Mirreiulercd on Saturday
night to General Mile.- at Skeleton
Canyon. The general arrived :it Willcox
on Sunday night with (Jcronimo and
Natchez. The other prisoners are
returning with Law-ton's command."
This will be good news to the eoi le
of Aaizoiia as it mean? the end of
Indian troubles in this territory for nil
time to come. With the Mirremler
of Gcronimo and his band and the
removal from the territory of the Warm
Spring and Chirk-alum Indians all
danger of future outbreaks is averted.
A Miljthl lliirrn-iirt-.
"It has been understood for tome day
that, the Mexican in jail, on charge of
being implicated in the Barney Martin
massacre, has conferred, implicating
only himself and another Mexican. It
is rejorted that he says he cut the throats
of Mrs. Martin and the children and
that the other man killed Martin."
"The foregoing, from the Phenix Her
ald, was copied in the Journal-Miner, of
this place. The statement is not true.
The Mexican made no confession up to j
the time Sheriff Mulvenon left Phenix."
lirpnbllran Mann 3f retiug-.
Pursuant to the published call a
Republican Mass Meeting was held at
the court house last evening.
The meeting was called to onler by
J. C. Martin who stated the object of
me meeting, wnieli was to nominate
delegates to represent Pre.-cott precinct
in the county convention. Ujon
motion Geo. S. Porter was elected chair
man and X. O. Murphy Secretary.
Judge John Howard addressed the
meeting stating that according to the
published call, he tniderstool the pur
pose of those present to be to select
and nominate twenty republicans to bo
voted for at a primary election to be
held Saturday the 4th. inst., the ten
persons getting the largest numlier of
votes to lie declared elected as delegates
to the county convention and he moved
that nominations be declared in order.
Carried. The following nominations
were then made.
X. C Sheckeis, Samuel Hill, Jas.
Bruce, O. Lincoln, Jul X. Rodenburg,
John Duke, Geo. W. Sines, T. Otto
Fred Brecht, Jo?. Dougherty, M. T
Herzog, J. W. Clay, H. A. Kendall, H
v . Fleury, Geo. S. Porter Jos. Long,
Hezekiah Brooks, W. A Cline, X. O.
Murphy, Chas. Bishop.
Movtil and seconded that the nomi
nations be closed. Carried.
Moved and seconded that the names
of the twenty jwrsons nominated should
bo placed uihiii the ticket to le
voted for at the primarv election
Moved and seconded that in the event
any of the persons nominated should
decline to serve, that the chairman and
ecretary of the meeting be authorized
to substitute names in their stead. Lost
Moved by Jul. X. Rodenburg that a
committee of three be apiiointed by the
chair to arrange for a suitable voting
place, printing of tickets &c. Carried
Cliair apjHiinted J. X. Rodenburg,
Geo. W, Sines and Jos. Long.
Upon motion Judge H. W. Fleury was
elected inspector of the primary election
and Major C. P. Duke judge of the
election nnd Thus. I). Vandcvort and
D. S. White clerks.
The meeting then adjourned. The
attendance was large, the proceeding:
were harmonious and there was a con
spicuous absence cf lossism or slate
making, the evident intention being to
serve the l.st interests of the republi
can party regardless ot individual pref
Th l.'lrnt (111ft lirrulrxl IHxrfcV ry
Dr. J. Do Pratt's Hamburg Figs, A
crystalized fruit cathartic. A discovery
of the greatest interest to the medical
profession. A Uxm to every household
.V most delicious laxative or purgative
prepared from fruits and vegetables.
perfectly harmless that they may be
admiuistcrtd with entire safetv to un
infant. So efficacious to adults that a
single dose will prove their value, and
so elegant a preparation that it needs
only to In; presented to the pubHc to
become a necessity in everv household
throughout the land. For liver com
plaints, habitual constipation, indiges
tion, dyspepsia and piles, they are a
specific. To travelers by sea and land
they will be found invaluable; they are
positively unfailing 111 their action,
and this is the onlv medicine ever
offered to the public that is acceptable
to ihe taste, and so pleasant that chil
dren will eat ttif il" as eavrerlv as
candy. For salo by TI druggist
throughout the world. Trice 25 cents a
box. J. J.'Mack it Co., Prop's., 9 and
11 Front Street, San Francisco. Cal.
The republican primary, at Flagstaff,
on Saturday, resulted in the election of
the following delegates and alternates,
who were instructed to supjnjrt .1. X.
Bern-, of Flagstaff, for SherpT, Al Doyle
for Sujwrvisor and W. O. O'Xeil pro
H. J. Miller, II. C. Lockett,
W. G. Stewart, G. C. Bruce,
Geo. H. Tinker, James Black,
II. II, Ribble, Joseph Bell,
John Clark, W. L. Yan Horn,
Al Doyle, A. L. Ricker,
J. Y. Crothcrs, John Wilson.
The wording of the abovo conveys t he
idea that the Phenix Herald published
11 deliberate falsehood, and that it was
copied m tins paper all ol which is
deliberately false. The "statement" that
rumor as above published was current
on the streets of Phenix is frue, although,
according to Sheriff Mulvenon the
"rumor" was not mayis the Mexican had
not confessed. It was on a par with the
rumor" in Saturday's Courier that
C. P. Stanton had been rearrested.
pti tcEft m r.m ArrKVTios.rai
Location notices for placer claims fori
tale at this office. Orders by mail wil
recsive prompt attention.
MOST PERFECT MADE
Prepared with strict regard to Pnrit j. Strength, ted
Heallafcroeta. Dr. Price' Bakinj Powder coctaics
no Araraonla, Lime or Alum. Dr. Pncc'a Extncu,
Vanilla, Lemon, Oraajc, eta, icr deliciootlj.
e&lC BAXJMQ P01V0S8 CO, CAtajo ontf St.
This Space is reserved for
advertisement of J. W. Wil-
son & Co., clothiers audi
men's furnishing goods,
removed into the Bashiord
Livery and Feed
Southeast corner of Plaza.
First Glass Eigsto be
Had at all times.
Private convej'ances to all points
in Yavapai county.
GIVE US A CALL.
-l.- 1IUYKKS (ITU1KM
luutil JXartli m;i Hetit
1 tnch J-rur. tiSlO
3,000 HltutiutiniM a
whole I'lcture Callriy.
CJIVK3 UliotrMJe Prica
direct to consumer! on all good fo r
personal or nnHr sac Telia luwli
order, and frlrra exact coat at every-thing-
jroa roe, eat, drink, wear, or
hare fim Tcllli. Tlirw lXVAr.VABI.il
DOOKS euutMn Information ;Itutl
f: tfae nrarlLrts of lite world. TA'm
s.t? mall a copy FREE to asi sd
i!rt.v upon rreclpt of 10 eta. to defray
expecw mt maJUnfc Iet u fcear front
Ton. - HeapectndJjr,
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
t1 4c 28 Waaaaa Aierae. Ckleaa. Ok
S. Scliuernian, Prop.
Snoceisor to Dan Ilati, s. Montezuma St. j
Board and Lodging ( eerk) $10
Board by the day - $1
Large and Airy Rooms.
Saloon and Baker' Attached,
Fresh Bread Delivered to
any part of town.
Notice to the Public-
N tice is herebr c-iven to ail whom It mar
concern, mat my vne. 11 arietia uowin, n v
lui; left my b-d and -un d wi'Lout just J
cause or provoc tion, I win not oa retpon-
ilDie lor any dents sho cay c mirj-i
rcREAto T III
m zsasx il III
11 resolution, unanimously adorud by tl-.
tut meetlnr or 1U Kxecalive CommllU
THE Y WaPAI 10(. K (.HOWER.V As-SO-ClATIOJf
herehy o3rt, , is inline reward oT
One Hundred aud KtRy Dollar ror tDf dtlec
tlon leautnif lotbe arrest uj coDTctlO--rV
any person orperMintruIltyoJ :. ImccallK
ornor teIoiulns to any roeir ' oft-!
AxuorlailoQ; or for Information Itadlnc lo tn
arrtatand conviction or uny jwraon or prr
nn lullty of marking, brauulns or ml -clously
klillnc live alock t. online lo -uj
tremt"of lh A'mvMhUoo
W.R. HAZ.-.Li Ir . Swilir;,
BRAND, J 9
On 'V Melt Hip. Ear
Vara rt-U on LIt
Er I rop nJ aollt n
Kisbi E r
KjUies o Lj nx OTeet
n i.- some Valley.
J K. .-L U K S SON"
that all rial rr n
a-tth clrcl.- n 1o ".r.
and 3 horsa tm d
uie on riglu. tit bo
lUnge Up? iV
fl-tloau 1 va it.
Kit AIT & KI'G, Presoott,
i-it hip, aiic
J.l Muhli untii
Lion"? anrt Cattle un
Cattle Kar Marks
n (r .,,i
Crtip off Jett ear and
overbit in right.
Vc k MonnUio.
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Brand : 24
es:f In both ears.
Rinse ai:d 1. O.
Addres-t, KirklanU !
JAS. M. NORE.
BRAND, J. T. S. j
Sotlor li hereby gltrn Ida (
all hortc o btandrd an, th j
J. T. SHULL,
Preecott, A. T.
Zar Mala Smooth
crers Itft r.
Camplirll & Bafer,
Chmo Valley aud Vertle
I here-y lre notice
-.ha al tior.M bt'Dil
ed Di t ond ; Anchor
oa tlif IKt hip !
jone lo Haute Wil
I mon valiy, 1. .
HS9 CnderPIope on rlcht.
fm o-w . lop ant unper Lit
tMR3- B. Bccncns,
5JtnMnWr.O XiittH. tittcot
BRAND 2 BARS
Lt'ft hip loir down
Horses and Ca tic
('eye trlnat GroTe
Pretcott, A. T.,
August 11, 1S8G.
A reward of two hundred and
fifty dollars is offered by the
County ot Yavapai, Territory of
Arizona, for the arrest and con
viction of each and every one
of the murderers of BARNEY
MAN TIN and Family, at
Negro Wells, Maricopa Co.,
about three weeks airo.
W. J. iloLVEXO.V.
eralE SIGNAL W8SSTLE
ft u i
t -4 nt lrfrl:tj alrC!
- . ...r-t a
Cantrifugal Roller Quartz
Concentrators and Ore
Miniin Machinery ol .Every Des
F. A. HUNTINGTON,
45 Fremont Street,
tnarao jm San Francisco. CaL
f - a
1; . '
I 'ft' ' r
Capital Prize, $150,000.
-We) do UrrebT certify that w nuperrta
the a rrai.ee menu for all the Monthly and
wa-.-''! Ir1nE ot tna Ir.Qllana
lnry Couipany. aud la person nau
i. .ii I control the Unurln themelTe-
j t-.al the tarae are eon lne:ed with aonee-
f!rn.-s.aml la sood laltu toward all par.
j, ., ai-u e uutliorue the Comp.nr to
h --eMlDcate. with rc--itnlle of ourilfua
Ml attached, In u dTrtlemenU."
! a ,Jt par ill Hmes drawn n Th luilan
: ilate Lullerlrs hicb tna o pr-entrdat
oar ciiunu r.
Pres. lxiuisiana National Bank
J. V. MI1.HKICTM.
Pres. Sure National Bank.
Pres. New Orleans National Bank
Unprecedented Am action.
Over half a tttiiioi Distributed.
lkm M lite? Caps?,
lo porMol in l.vis fur 5S jer ty !,
L-c ature ror rdueatlonal i a 2un:HC!
' Pnrpix-- with acapltal arlJ9uJMX tu which
i fcr,rv fnn orovrfy-OjWl b since ber
lly norerwielrolr cpopalarote l! fran
,j,Ue.wa, mU, parJ of tbe preaent ittau-
urtllullon adopted Ieembtr3d. A. V. UiTft.
r"aju aiasir aaaierr nrewma'
' lahi pic- stoniniy.
i 11 t. t;i. uk rtwfrjju.
J.IM.U l.t til- rnlnlns- lllaf rlhnltan:
ISte.n tic-anil Jlunthly
Extraordinary Quarterly Drawing,
raiSrrjy of JIulc. .ew Orlraaa
Tneadty, -pirbfr 11.IM1
fntler ufrsonv .pervl.Ir a u man-
en i '!. Itranti c-id.nr l.nlaiana,aa
fii-M. JulMl i:r!y.jf Vlrjclal.
C4PITH PRIZE. $150,000.
Wlr- TlrU-l arr Tn lllianialy.
u-t r'ir tt.s:-rru(Hn.i.
I 'firr. I'lJl iiriMl
i gi:X' r:t zi: ok- 5.oou.
1 .ill Nl v.n v
1 1. oi: "it'ZBx ov
i i.nc.ii rin.Ks ok
SI Pltl&K tr"
6 V do
Ji'l Approximation Prliea fJCO.
1'jU ! 75.
rrlzo.autoamicx t ,
All''lNtu'n f"r rte lo club ahcnld
iu.-.ii-.. .:y i,ir uarc or tne i:omp-nym
I'or further la.'oriutlon wrt elearlr. riv-
ng rul: il-rcii. i'OMTAL SOTK, Kipre..
Uou-r Urder. or eff Yort Kzchange tc
rd!nt--y eitci, Carrt .cr by Eapr
ii our irpt.' i fanmtea.
M A. UAVfflX.
nr M. A HAl'flllX.
Mate P. 0. Money Orders payable
and address Registered Letters
r. okli:ajc.atio.'Ial h. xil
)rw Irirann. I
CALL FOR A REPUBLI
CAN COUNTY CONVEN
TION AND PRIMARY
KooMior He cblicx Couxrr CrxTHai. 1
Committee or Vavip l Co stt, V
fKCtCOTT, Auiz , Auguit 'S, 16S6. )
WncREts, At a mcetin-of thi Republican
Cou tv Central Comta'tte, b;U on tl.e lS'.h
day ot Angusc I&5, It wai unanimously
Resolved, Tat a Republican County Con
ventioa be heM at FreacotU on the IS;b df
of S;p ember, lS-C, :H to o'clock a. m , of aid
djsy, and 'h it primary election, for tbe pur
pose r f selecting delegates to tutid Convi-n-ti
u. hj beld lc tbe several nrerlacta in the
cnuntr on the 4th day of deptemhtr, 1SS6, te-ta-eeu
lbs hours ot IO o'clock a. m , and 3
o clock p. in, to jominjte candidate? for the
feveril count voHce, mtmlxri of tbe next
f.ei;li'alure, d t- Rates to the ensuing Kcpub-lk-an
Ti Wilt C3dreJoc. and ths (elec
tion of it County Central Committee:
Kr&olred, Thai tbe apportionment of dele.
jte-s to coci03e tbe County Cnnvfnilon
(ball be as follows:
Ab FoV I
Alexandra ... I
A;ui -ria 1
Eait Vtrdc t
S rawbrlry Valley. 1
KlrkUnd ral'ey... 1
Lower 'qua Krta..
Ljdi Crevk 1
Jl.ver station I
Oak Creek. 1
11:5 Bu. ..
Illark Hi 1-
P n Flat 1
Pine Cretk 1
Cherry Creek .
fleaoant Taller.... 1
Skull valley 1
Oajtie croek ..
Turkey Cr-e 1
Groom Creek I
?Tlnr VeMe i
Walnut Grove 1
Wild Kye I
Walnut Creek I
Wlli;anito3 va ley. 1
Ro?cr' Lake I
Point of Kockc... 1
Ah Creek 1 !
Indiar. Garden-.... 1
T..nU Cretk. 1
ttesolved. That the
P.JCJ.C.R. K.carap 1
Oro Fino 1
French Gulch 1
recommend that alternate be elected in each
precinct, and that no delegate or alternate be
allowed to vote more than nn? proxr in the
convention, and that each rotinc precinct
hereaftert-reati-d uj-the Biard ot duperriao's
?hal! beentitl d too:e delegate In said Coun
ty (."onrentlni. The committee farther
Res.'lvrd, That the Cbairmm and Secre
tary of the '.'ommitUe b -, and nre herebr au
thorlieJ .in.) directed to uiits and pabliab a
rail for a ,.nmry elerti.n, o le held Sep
tmber4lh, tfcO, and a County .onrcu Ion on
September 15ib,lS-6, to be formed, composed
anil hel 1 in acro-danee with the foregoing
Now, there ore, in pur'uance of said resolu
tfons of thi- County Central Commi tec, a
tlepuDlican ikmnly Convention is her, br
caueo, to met t in l'rs.-o't, on hs IKh dav o
SepUmber.A. l.lSS,'.t IOoMocV a. m, tobe
cotnpotcdol Jelc;ite tob;cbos-:n ataprl-
miry .U.Uoa,b ch is herebr called to be
held la ea h of tbe crer;l prfcincta of th
comity, on tht-itb dJT of Soot-moer, A.D,
1S&5. btwt en the hours of 10 o'-Ioek a. ir
acaSoViccW p. la. of :L. sa.d day.
T. J. Bcilc ,
Geo, a. TiXKEit, Chilrman.
To aid From
Prescott and Phenix. via
Vulture and Wickeibvrg.
."Heai'qnarteTa In Phenix at Postofa-eJ
STPrta.ott, at Wi'liaa Uoaie.3
TlilE, THIRTY HOURS.
Orders Promptly atteded to.
Chapol & Smith,
i 6 UO.WM
iCJj(x' 2 '.HO
, . 2JO0
stti au. iw
' , , aoouo
Proposals for military Sufpjjit.
OrrK-K orTnc Cltur QCARTaa!arrta 1
Whipple Barrack. PretcoU, a.T. I
September S. lb. j
saLCU FaOrrsaLs, D trti Heat- lubWt .
the uaual con-iiUonf, will be thrived t;
ocice unii, il o ci kx, A , o
EPTXMBER iS, 1SS6.
I whin t me nl plat-etoey wilt kiw(su
In tha f rra i.r- or bi.ltfrr-, for ItatornUlu
lng and dellvtrv o 1o.w.g loaaeaorakr
and J-xvtw pound r ttrw orlIT, tfartsj
lb-0eai year rnumc juce 30, lS7tatrR
Haachuaea. A T
Jf o V ' "rlt he fnunaocl wkkt
ipu-a -. r 1 itv-r,- .1 p -tuu otkarif
ttiata t- tnlia.t rtlemeat.
I'rf' t- tuen a Jtllclt. r doennnj,
ptoda t n-i i" au'attir. condlttoaati
prlr- an q-t ny -ls o-iaa . anl aa(a
j.r. f.i-e jtvfn l'r-' ra e! X file ,
prri' - 1 aul w ni. rttl-r jrodi'Jfd ea
th- rciflCot i th . x eat r lh e.
-uiUitiou iqulr-l ty t - ,-tiblle MrTxa
ttm' 'jrq a tltUale-a taa.bewfaoU
rqil.e i - II t re lvc
t.e :-inm"t r r4 t rght to
r J -i.-r ' H pni-al ,r o aj ti an
j.r-'.-t i-.e 11 -- t.:i It an in total
1 s tr .t .nlrrlate cire-J-'
- - ' -pp. -ailoa to mia
osico t. m. tr n tti poti
v. lopaei.ntainln .rnpaaja hoold la
mrael -ITou-H-ala r.r llr at FJrt Mna
"cnVd"' A" T''" " 'ldr,Wd taJlnit
A. 8. KfMBALt,
Chief Quattertaa.ler, Dep't Anrona
Sent S 4t H 7 ' 17
Stags Station (or Ash Fork M)
and Pleasure Resort.
Within eanvenlwni dl.tar.. o?.rieaeot. A
pl-nind over acxJ road.
Choice Wines Liquors and
Cigars always on hand.
Keeps a Full Supply of Geseral
Merchandise which is
Beinir sold at Bot
Men's FurnisniBg Gic.s, luts,
Shoes, Hats, Gaps, EtC
Also, a large, complete and fresh supply
of choice sta;!cand fancy groceries.
A FEED TABB
In conotcttOD ih thr store ahr all
kinds of Balrd Uy ami Grain alwaj oa
.Gcds delivered free of
charge to all parts of the city.
W.Z. WILSON ifc C
Saw Mill, hre r ,'nieMlut
Tard, east aid of Plaxa, next t OoI-JaaUrt
Store, hare tlie larseat aanortmentor
tare prapared attbnahMtMt'DOtleeioOll
all ordm with prroiptne aod dliKk
Flour, Grain and Bran.
TrVen in exchange for Lumber at
.V. 7. WII.SON .V CO.
can learn the exact cost
of any proposed lineoC
advertising in American
papers by addressing
Geo. P. Rowell & Co.,
!fawappr Advartiaing Buranu,
IO Spruon St., Now York.
lOctav, for IQO-Pnjn Paunphlt,
naner la kes 11 at tfca
rSB BuiLDiw 2&s& pwuiBaim
ESTNATES 2ZcVZSl FIEE
nl-inivra CfUVC WHIII
r him m ava 0 pimmiiu
The Saa Pruieisco Weetlv Aia will
tie seat to aaraddraa thirteen weslrj
ca trial for 25 cents. Splenditl preoi
au are ofered te rsarly yiM"i!ai.
XBX WXSKI.Y AITi,
San Frsacisca. CuL
K.NSAS CITY, MO.
Does a Ssnea! 8a k -r; Bisiniss.
Jas. T. Thornton - President
Seth Macry - Vux-Tnsdn
V. W. St. Clair - Cmc
.L R. Thorxtow - Assistant Oshltr
Teacher 5 Music.
Cob Web Hall,
Virnierly tsnwD attie lriir ralKxi,
Uakr. a i-
--l! r.r .llini
WHJES and UQTJOfiS
IKS TUI BEST.
P. SL FISHER.