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WEDNESDAY SElTEMBElt S, 1SSC
From Thursday's Dmi.y.
Delightful autumn ireather.
Sam Hill is on the tick list.
The night are getting delightfully
The ice factory started up again List
Republicans, attend to-night' mats
The California mail failed to connect
There are fifty registering officers in
G. W. Ford has jut received a fresh
lot of cigar.
T. Otto ha returned from a visit to
Dr. F. K. Airiaworth left this morn
ing for Riverside California.
The great register contains
about 800 name? to date.
Prescott Gray meet for drill this
evening at S :30 o'clock sharp.
G. Hatha wav savs four mile of track
Mere built in three da recently.
J. L. Camp register of the land office
:t recovering from a sjell of tu-knes.
C. E. Lambert Li working three fhifts
on the Black Hawk mine, Groom crctk.
Mks Ollia Dicloon, of Skull valley, is
visiting Prescott, the gucit of Mi. G..V.
Frank H.Tritle left this morning for
Exeter, New Hamphtire to attend
W. L. Day signal i-ervice observer
lias just returned from a visit to the
The county recorder turned over $151.
75 to the county treasurer as fees for
V. C. Wilder nnd family are in town
on visit nnd purchasing supplies for
Mib Dora 1'oc has returned from a
visit to her friend Mrs. H. II. Cartter at
the Black hills.
Even- republican citiien should
attend to-night's meeting aud partici
pate in itn deliK-rations.
H. F. Knabe has arrived at Fort
Grant and taken iition there but
writes that he is diitUfied with it.
The military is said to have the Warm
Spring and Chiricnhua Indians on the
reservation all rounded up ready to
Boydc Tierce and Win. Landing have
filed notices for record of the location of
one mill-site and two mining claims in
Green valley district.
The following are the two legiyl.iive
tickets nominated in Maricopa couny;
republican", for the council. Dr. L. II.
Goodrich; assemblymen, John Y. T.
Smith, DeForest I'orter; democrats,
for the council, Briggs Goodrich; assem
blymen, W. T. Smith, S. F. Webb,
Good representatives and unalloyed
republicans should be selected to-night
as candidates for delegates to the repub
lican county convention.
A letter received hist night, by C. A.
Dake, from Geo. II. Curry, announces
the visit of the latter to the "Thousand
Islands" in Canada.
Win. Baker who has just returned
from a trip to Phenix says the country
between here and there has K-cn visited
with copious rain-.
Our contemporary publishes, a list of
taxable projerty of this county this
morning in which it is made to apiear
that there are in the county 11 acres of
saw mills, 10,937 acre of horses, iG
acres of mu-dcal in-trumcnts, besides
neres and acres of cattle, smelurs Ac.
The following are the democrat
nominees of Maricopa county: For
Sheriff, X J. Hulbert; for Treasurer.
J. T. AL-ap; for Recorder, W. R. Morris
for ney, Frank. Cox; for District Attor
Probate Judge, Joseph CampK-11; for
Coroner and Public Administrator,
Dr. Mahoney; for County Purveyor,
A.Barry ;for Supervisors, II. II. Linville
The postmaster general is introducing
for sale at the principal postodices "The
United States Letter Sheet Envcl ope, '
a unitjue device for correspondence
through the mails, samples of which
have been received and can Le seen at
this otlice. It i a combination in one
of a letter sheet, eavelopo and the new
jKwtage stamp of the denomination of
2 cent-", bearing the military portrait o
General Grant. They will be sold at the
rate of jf 2.5 per 1.000, in any djsired
quantities, separately or in packages or
pads oi t.vju:y-five, fifty, or 103 ea;-h, or
folded in encased packages of twenty-live
each, esjeci.iHy adapted for Use when
traveling The letter sheet envelope is
a pretty novelty and agreat convenience,
aud will undoubtedly be very popular.
Fkom Friday's Daily,
Wonder who is "mad" now.
Republicans turned out in force last
The rainfall last month was 4.41
Republican primaries will bo held
Repubtt cans, attend to-morrow's
J. W. Dougherty ha- returned from,
his Oak creek ranch.
A. J. Hudson of Ash creek paid this
o 5ce a pleasant call yesterday.
W. C. Bashford A- Co. arc building a
porch on the rear of their store.
The county board of school examiners
will meet next Monday to examine ap
plicants for teachers certificates.
Dr. Geo. D. Kendall and II. C. Casey
and family returned from California
The Chilanean arrested by Sheriff
Mulvenon charged with being impli
cated in the murder of the Martin
fjimily has been held to answer before
the next grand jury of Maricopa coun-
Herzog fc Co. had a newly painted
wagon and double team of matched
black horse's on the streets to-day
Goodrich vs Goodrich is the ticket
for council in Maricopa county while
Smith vs Smith are running for the
The election tomorrow will be held
in the Mocller building on the northeast
corner of the plaza. Polls will be open
from 10 o'clock a. m. till 3 p. m.
We learn that contracts will soon be
let and work commenced and actively
puslx-d in grading this end of the rail
road, where the heaviest work will be
from a comparative weather sum
mary for August, furnished by E. W
French, signal service observer at Whip-
ple,we compile the following mean tcm-
erature for the month, 71.8; highest
temperature, 92.8; lowest temperature
oj.j; total rainfall 4.41 inches; rainy
days, 29; clear says, 8; fair days, 20;
cloud v davs 3.
The conditions under which Geroni-
mo offers to surrender are that his two
wives be brought back from Florida and
tliat himself and nineteen of his com
panions lw given separate reservations,
not on the sea coast. He said in other
words tliat if General Miles did not
want to agree to these terms lie could
go to hades.
Pima county republicans have made
nominations as follows; legislative
council, C. R. Drake; assembly, John
Haynes, A. A. Bean, Alex. McKay, C.
R Wores and F. K Miller; county
judge F. W. Gregg; sheriff, L. Gormley;
district attorney, H. R. Jeffords ; asses
sor, Hiel Hale; treasurer Tho. Hughes;
recorder, A. B. Sampson ; clerk county
court, M. K. Snyder.
From ivrt-'RiuY's duly.
1'. C. Wilder left for home yesterday.
Dance at Curtis' ranch on Monday
Royal Arch Chapter meets this even
ing. Mrs. More returned from her visit to
California last evening.
Slickers and all kinds of rubber coats
aud leggins cheap at the Lion store.
C. P. Stanton was at his home at
Weaver at 2 o'clock yesterday after
noon. Republican bosses existed only in the
fertile imagination of a democratic
The press dispatches give a glowing
account of the debauch of envoy Sedge
wick in the citv of Mexico.
Services at the Baptist church to
morrow as follows : Preaching at 7 :30
p. m., and Sabbath school at 10:30 a. m.
Tom Hin Kee, the proprietor of the
Chinese and Japanese Bazaar, on
Granite street, is receiving a lot of new
goods from the Orient.
Arizona's Hush times arc now at
hand. Railroads are building, the
Indians are corralled and jieoplc are
taking a liking to the country.
The dance announced to have been
given at the Curtis ranch last Saturday
evening was -.wstponed on account of
the inclemency of the weather until
Monday evening next September fith. td
The Courier says that the republican
managers iu Yavapai county are
whistling to keep up their courage.
This may be all very well in that
county, but the contrary is the case
here. The only question with us is
whether we shall have any fight at all.
At present it looks altogether a one
sided affair and that side is decidedly
republican. Mohave Miner.
It has leen understood for some days
tliat the Mexican in jail on charge of
being implicated in the Barney Martin
massacre, has confessed, implicating
only himself and another Mexican. It
is reported that he says he cut the
throats of Mrs. Martin and the children
aud that the other man killed Martin
From Monday's Daily:
Abner Wade, of Walnut Grove is in
J. II. Hamilton's friends will be sorry
to learn of his illucs.
There will be a dance at the Curtis'
ranch this evening.
Good serviciable children' and boye,'
shoes cheap at the Lion Store.
G. T. Shaw was elected delegate from
Point of Rocks by the republicans.
S. M. and E. J. Boblett have filed their
stock brand for record. Range on Lynx
Creek and Lonesome Valley.
Col. C. P. Head has been quite sick.
He and familv will leave in about
a week for a visit to California.
The front of Dan Thornes new
saloon has been put iu giving the place
a business look.
Hon. T. J. Butler and wife returned
aturdav iiitht from a visit to the
The marriage certificate of John H.
Burton and Miss Jennie P. Armstrong,
of Flagstaff has been filed for record.
The time for registering is growing
short, voters should loe no time in
seeing that their names are placed on
the great register.
The new town in the Centennial dis
trict is called Harrisburg, having been-
named for II. E. Harris who is largely
interested in the mines there.
A. J. Mason, formerly proprietor of a
boot aud shoe store in Prescott, is run-
ninc a hotel at Pomona California and
is doing a good business.
The Prescott Social Club announce
another dance for Friday evening of this
week, September 10th.
The County Board of Examiners le
g.m its labors this morning at 9 o'clock
sharp, with the following applicants for
certificates: Miss Mollie Baker, Mi
Maggie Mitchell, Mr. G. 1). Crother.
Notices of the lacotion of 13 dam
sites and a!xut 20 placer claims, on
Lynx creek, by F. A. Tritle and others
have been filed for record.
Two Car Loads
Of choice, extra family, Frenso flour
just received by
J. L. Fishes.
F rom Tuesday's Daily:
Toughs will meet to-night.
Ludwig Thomas teacher of music. 1
Dr G. W. Scott, the dentist, is.
Delegate Beau is said to be en route
Candidates are looking after country
Dr. C. C. Barrow is expected to
arrive here in a few days.
The rate of taxation in Yavapai county
is the lowest in the territory.
Justice Pannenburg announces for
probate judge. He is well qualified for
Governor Zulick is expected to leave
the east, with his family for Arizona
about the 15th instant.
People troubled with summer com.
plaint can find blackberry cordial at
Lincoln's drugstore. Sure cure.
J. H. Canwntcr has accepted a posi
tion in the chief quartermaster's office
United States District Attorney Rouse
has formed a law co-partnership with
Earle fc Webb, of Tucson.
The democrats of Pinal county have
nominated Judge Anderson for the
Tip Top republicans elected O. A
Ensign and B. C. Williams to represent
them in the connty convention.
W. L. Van Horn, of the law firm of
Stewart aud Van Horn, leading lawyers
of Flagstaff, is in town.
Rev. X. L. Guthrie, who has been
quite ill for several days, is, we are
liappy to state convalescing.
Sheriff Mulvenon, last month, turned
into the treasurer, on account of licences,
IG43.00; fees collected, 1215.45; delin
quent taxes, 1189.62.
Mrs. T. W. Otis will leave Thursday
for Oberlin, Ohio, with her daughter
Miss Mary, where the latter goes to
Put this iu your hat and remember
that the Lion store keeps the largest and
best assortment of hats in Arizona.
Call on them if you desire a neW'Cady."
D. Henderson, a former resident of
Prescott, has turned philanthropist and
purchased school books for a num
ber of poor children of Tucson who were
unable to attend school on account of
having no books.
The cheaiest place in town to buy
clothing is J. W. Wilson St Co's. County
warrants and jurors certificates taken at
The examination of Geo. Wallace,
charged with stealing property belonging
to the estate of Barney Martin, was pos
poned to-day in justice Panncnburg's
court until Friday, September 17th,
owing to a lack of winesses.
Kentucky sour mash whisky double
standard goods, and genuine Tennessee
white rve at the Cob Web.
Barnev Williams, near Tipton, has
develoied one of the finest mines in the
Humbug district. He has a tive-foot
ledge and a pay streak of from eight to
twenty inches, from which lie takes ore
running eighty per cent, in silver.
The days of high prices in Prescott
have passed away. Drugs and patent
medicines are selling at Xew York
prices at Robinson's drug store south
Democratic ringmasters arc getting
their whips in repair for their circus
next Monday. The 'ringit is understood,
will not, as is customary, be covered
with saw dust.
J. W. Wilsoni Co. have just received
samples for their fall clothing and are
prepared to take orders for suits now
at reasonable prices, to be made to
order. Give them a call.
Dr. Flint's Heart Remedy banishes
sick-headache, and will prevent the
return of this most terrible of pains, if
taken when the warning symptoms give
noiice of the recurrence of an attack.
At druggists f 1.50. Descriptive treatise
with each bottle; or address J. J.
Mack & Co.,F. S.
The McCormick street mess gave a
very elaborate chicken dinner to a few
incited guests on Saturday last, the
occasion being the birthday of one oi
thrir number. Will J. Curry. The
expression of good will expressed for the
latter together with the wishes for hit
future attest to his popularity among
his companions and will serve to cheer
him on his way to the next mile stone
The Joursal-Mixer extends its con
gratulations to Dan L. Robinson and
bride who were married Septemler, 1st
at the residence of the latter's parents
in the Verde Valley. Dan Robinson is
one of the most popular young men in
the Valley while his young bride is
equally respected for her many
traits of nure womanly character. Our
sincere wish is that their matrimonial
bark mav encounter no breakers on the
sea of life.
List Xlcht'a itaaar.
The dance and supper at Curtis' ranch
last night proved to be a delightful suc
cess. Eighteen couple, representing
Prescott, Whipple and the adjacent
country, tripped lightly to well-timed
music until 12 o'clock, and then ad
journed to the dining room to partake of
an elegant repast. Merry were the
collides clustered around the tables.
Wit and humor ran riot until Terpsr
chore claimed his rights once again,
and the fantastic was toed unttil 3
o'clock, after which came a delightful
drive homeward, with all well pleased
Ike "Hrrr" r TaaWi Palling tirae,
Drs. D. and J. Pentland have, after
considerable expense, commenced the
manufacture of "nitrous oxide gas" for
the absolutely "painless extraction" of
teeth. They will continue to keep
good supply always on hand of pure
fresh gas, so that the most timid may
no longer dread the extraction of trouble
Wednesday's Edition. ;
here next week.
will visit his relatives
Now is the time to subscribe for the
Ex-Mayor Ingwerson has gone to
California to recuperate.
Judge Sumner Howard and wife have
moved into the Ainsworth residence.
Read the advertisment to-day of J. C
Otis, painter, paper hanger and kalso-
The new coal find along the line of
our railroad is said to be verv extensive
Convention season will soon be over,
when the candidate crop will be rie for
Col. J. W. Dwyer has been nominated
for delegate to Congress by the repub
licans of Xew Mexico.
The orchestra of the Xinth Infantry
Band will furnish music for the Social
Club's hop on Friday evening.
"Knowing ones" (officers of the pri
mary) "say that 190 tickets apjicarvd on
republican primary day."
An ice cream social and concert will
be given at tnc X'arina Street church
next Tuesday evening for the benefit oi
The denial by neither republican or
democratic papers will blot out the dis
grace of Envoy Sedgewick. All talk
about the "lofts" who originated it is
senseless twaddle in the face of Consul
Porch's official report concerning the
Climax, Horse Head, Red Cross,
Vanity Fair, Queen Bee, Durham,
Fruit and Flowers, Lone Jack, Perique,
Seal of Alabama, sweet Caporal and J.
B. Pace brands of tobacco, cigars,
fruits and confectionery nt G. W.
Ford's cigar store.
The Democratic county convention of
Mohave county have nominated P.
Collins and Mr. Halleck for Legislature,
Hon. J. M. Murphy, county judge;
Robert Patterson, sheriff; Daniel Smith,
treasurer and H. Bucksbauai, recorder.
A solution of the question why men
desire to knock off at eight hours, has
been found ; they are anxious to get
home to help their wives, who have to
work eighteen hours.
Governor Ross of New Mexico and
Governor Zulick of Arizona, are both
laying claims to the credit of Geronimo's
capture. The fact is that the credit of
the forced surrender of this fiend of
Hades belongs to the military alone,
under General Miles' command.
An exchange very aptly says tliat a
local newspaper is often accused of
being biased in regard to giving tiersonsl
notice or mentioning the coming and
going of some and omitting others
and that the accusation is entirely
wrong and unjust. The faults are with
the people and not with the paper.
We arc always willing and tiveu
anxious to publish anything of interest
to the public, but a country newswaper
cannot afford to liave a score of local
reporters. If you have visitors let us
know who they are and waerc they
came from. If anything happens, in
your vicinity Jet us know of it ; if there
is a party at your place furnish us with
the items; if you get married let us
know about it ; if you die come and tell
us; if you know anything let us know
about it. You will find us as ready to
take "notice" of one as another, patron
or otherwise, friend or foe. Our object
is to give the news. Ex.
Waiaat rv.' r rial try.
The republicans of Walnut Grove
precinct met in large numbers at the
district school house on Sept. 4th to
attend the election for delegates, to the
county convention on the 15th, at lialf
past one P. M. The convention came
to order and selected T. B. Carter,
chairman, and J. W. Smith, secretary.
The charirman stated the object of the
meeting gave his views on politics and
situation of the people, and was fol
lowed by the secretary and others. After
a couple of hours a vote was taktn
which resulted unanimously (Mr. Calkn
not voting) for A. W. Callen (Old Griz
zly) for delegate and Without instruc
The following is the list of delegates
from the various precincts of this coun
ty as far as heard from to fhe republican
county convention :
Prescott X. C. Sheckels, H. A. Ken
dal, JuL X. Rodenburg, John Duke, G.
W. Sines, Hezekiah Brooks, Fred Breeht,
Joseph Dougherty, George S. Porter
and Joseph Long.
Flagstaff H. J. Miller, W. G. Stew
art, George II. Tinker, H. H. Uibble,
John Clark, AL Doyle, J. Y. Crothere.
Point of Rocks G. T. Shaw.
Lynx Creek J. W. M. Moore.
Groom Creek W. Z. Wilson.
Skull Valley J. B. McCutcheon.
Kirkland Valley Fred Gaines.
Chino Valley B. F. Hussv and
Middle Verde W. S. Head.
Lower Agua Fria Geo. E. Brown.
Ash Fork A. C. Trask.
Tip Top O. A. Ensign and B.
Prescott Junction W. C. Potts.
Turkey Creek James Hart.
Pine Flat Capt. A. T. Brann.
Placcritas Ed. B. Campbell.
French Gulch Sam F. Powell.
Oro Fino Prof. George S. White.
Wasted. A reliable enterprising
man with good business qualities, with
small capital, to open a branch store in
safe and profitable business in Prescott.
Address "Business" Journal-Mixer
office giving name to insure a reply
Tke Rtalnaan-Varrla WeUalar.
"Tli grurta wtrsOod' flrnt leraol-a "
A more 'cautiful or appropriate tern
pie in which to seal the plighted faith
and love of two young and trusting
hearts could hardly le selected than the
virgin soil, shaded from an early Sep
tember sun by the far-reaching branches
of a venerable cottonwood that has jar-
liod with the winds and storms of a
centurv on the alluvial banks of Clear
Creek, "till now it stands massy and tall
and dark, a fit shrine for humble wor
shiper to hold communion with his
Maker," and almost imniediatelv be
neath who.-e gnarled roots bursts forth a
crystal spring of purest water, tliat by
its vivifviug influences helps to weave
the verdant roof above us. "Ah, why
should we, in the world's ricr year
neglect God's ancient sanctuaries."
"Xot a prince in nil that proud old
world bdvond the deep e'er wore his
crown as loftily as this grand old tree
wears the green coronal of leaves with
which the hand of God has graced
On Wednesday last, September 1,
1SSG, just as the -un, in an unclouded
sky had reached the zenith, Dan L.
Robinson, Esq., of Fort Verde, and Miss
Emma May Morris, accompanied by
Mr. John II. Hicks and Miss Carrie
Xaeh, as best man and bridesmaid, left
the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. '
and Mrs John Morris, on Clear Creek, '
Lower Verde, and repaired u few feet '
southward to the point whose leauties
are but faintly outlined above, and there,
in the presence of some thirty relations
and friends, were met by that minister
of Justice, Hon. George W. Hance, who,
with solemn ceremony, and by virtue of
the authority vested in him by the law
of the land, proceeded to join them to
gether for life in the sacred relationship
of man aud wife.
After the ceremony an hour was spent
in congratulations,general conversation,
etc., when, at 1 o'clock p. m., the entire
party sat down to a long table in the
umbrageous shadows of the same mon
arch of the grove, and partook of a
sumptuous repast. The exceptional
popularity of the groom with the ieople
among whom he has spent so many
years of his early manhood, and that the
bride is a special favorite among her
young associates, were especially
manifest in the conduct and convcrsa
tion of the guests.
Those present at the ceremony and
banquet, so far as remembered by the
scribe, who writes from memory alone,
were Mr. and Mrs. John Morris, parents
of the bride, Miss Debby and F. and
Johnnie Morris, sister and brothers of
the bride, Judge G. W. Hance, of
Cicnega ; John H. Hicks and Miss Carrie
Xash, of Strawberry Valley ; Hon. and
Mrs. T. J. Butler, of Prescott; Dr. and
Mrs. Mearus, Miss Lillian Meirns, Mack
Rogers, Miss Shull, Lieut. Whipple, of
Fort Verde; Joe Marr, Dan and Mrs.
Marr, Misses Rhoda, Edna and Maud
Marr, of Central Verde; Mrs. Mason,
Mrs. Workman, Mrs. Ed. Jordan, Miss
Emma Jordan end Mr. Fred Jordan, of
September 5, 18S6.
L FISHER'S (OCALS.
California flour at J. L. Fisher's.
J. L. Fisher has on the road a lot of
Mason jars for preserves.
Pocket stoves 75 cents each
at J. L.
Crystalized fruits 25 cents per box at
J. L. Fisher's.
Smoked Eels and Lamb Tongues,
just received by J. L. Fisher.
Carpets and Oil Cloth, 50 cents per
yard and upward at J. L. Fisher's.
Fresh Butter, Eggs and Cheese from
the ranch at J. L. Fisher's.
Hanging lamps, glass ware and chan
deliers best and cheapest at J, L.
Gold dust, bullion, county and city
warrants taken in exchange for
goods at J. L. Fisher's
Manufactured by tbc P:ofcr.u Dottliog
Woik it just tbc thing to prrjreot th
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We are offering an elegant line of
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latest designs in neck ruchings. Call
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A light bay gelding three years old
branded "C" on left hip low down. Any
information which may lead to his
recovery will be suitably rewarded by
Larry Hansen. "
Ely's Cream Balm cured me of Catar
rah of many years standing restored
my sence of smell. For colds in the
head it works like macic. E. H. Sher-
r I wood, National State Bank, Elizabeth,
I N. J. Eesy to use. See adv.
A rggtvtlaa rm "Ola ttrlntjr."
I respectfully suggest to both the
democratic 3nd republican rounty con-
vcmions toon to convene in I'resr.itt,
that if the Ust te.troml U .slature can
nt hold over, and the tur.ctsons o
members under the la have teased
the two opposing conventions, after the
other business is tully completed, meet
in joint convention and agree to make
no nominationi for territorial asserobli
1 make this ingestion because of the
provisions rontaincd in C'ngr-iuna
Enactment N'o. 159, a p'oved July 30,
1SS6, depriving the inhabitant and
citizens of territories f-m any benefn-
which can dcru-oi fr mi a terntorul
legislature. Very rcspectrully,
A. vv callen.
As the Grand Arm' passed througl
Salt Lake City they heard some UN
that astonished them. The Gentili
were glad to tell them of the terrib1
condition of things there. UniU'
States Attorney Dickson made th:
I can point you to a plsce in Utal-
called a home, where a man dwells wit
three sisters, and calls each sister his,
wife.is rearing children by each of them,
aud all live under the same roof. I
can ioint you to another home, almost
within a stone's throw of this building,
where n man has lived for years with a
mother, daughter and grand daughter.
Ho calls each of these women by the
sacred name of wife, aud all of them
have liorne children to him. I have
seen a woman go upon tlie witness
stand, hold up her right hand before j
high heaven and swear to tell the truth
the whole truth, and nothing but the
truth, and then testify that her daugh
ter, who lived in her house was the
mother of a babe, that she knew her
daughter was married, but could not, to
save her soul from perdition, tell who
her husband was. I have seen a
young woman testify that she was
a mother, but that she could not, to
save her soul, tell who was the father of
tha child. These things justify me in
saying that the crime of polygamy is
the fruitful parent of other crimes, that
a community of perjurers is reared
here, and that the church and those in
authority in the church, encourages tlie
perjury that is committed in our courts
almost dailv. Ex.
I can safely recommend Ely's Cream
Balm for the cure Catarrah, Cold in the
Head, etc. Before I have used tne bot
tle 1 purchased I find myself cured. At
times I could scarcely smell anything
and had a headache most of the time,
Henry Lilly, Agent for the American
Express Co., Grand Haven Mich. Price
Satire T til'.
Tho udersigned being compelled, on
account of ill health, to retire, from busi
ness, for a short time, at least, all par
ties indebted to him are requested to
call at once and settle their accounts
or they will be placed in the hands
of an attorney for collection tf
I. P. Lnowerson
J. G. Keegan, a first-class blacksmith
will, from the first of September, be in
charge of I. P. Ingwerson's blacksmith
and wagon shop, corner of Goodwin and
Granite streets. Mr. Keegan solicits a
continuance of the patronage of old cus
tomers, and all new ones who may see
fit to give him a trial.
Prescott. Augustus, lSSu, tf
W(!fll Kai.-t .
G. H. Huber, a first-class practical
jeweler and watchmaker, can be found
at Lincoln's drug store, fully prepared
to do work in his line. All work
warranted and satisfaction guaranteed.
Give him a trial.
Chew "Piper Ileid'seck" and "Tokay,"
Smoke "Aitkens Best," Stirgo," "Silk
Tie" and "M. E." cigars. "Sportmans"
"Caporal," "Full Dress," cigarettes and
various other brands of cigars and cigar
ettes at Aitken'a.
Thanking my many friends for their
favomble mention of my name as a
candidate for sheriff, I take this oppor
tunity of saying that I will not be a
candiute for the nomination before the
J. B. Thomas.
Flagstaff Aug. 30th.
Having been at considerable ou tla
recent! . for the purchase of a new dress
for this paper as well as for other
material for its improvement we hope
our friends throughout tlie county and
territory will use their best efforts in
securing us new subscribers. Par
ties owing subscription will also confer a
favor by doing what they can for na
toward paying the same.
An eastern telegram gives the follow
ing summary of the base" ball season :
"In the race for the Xational leaguo pen
nant, the White Stocking base ball club
of Chicago is now so far ahead that it is
af one conclusion that they will
win. The Detroit club, which has been
in tha lead up till last week, seems to
be letting down completely, and it is
surmised in ball circles tliat they will
drop down to third place before the sea
son is finished,
The St. Louis Browns will win the
championship of the American associa
tion, the Pittsburgs probably holding sec
ond place. The Louisvilles, after win
ning sixteen stajght games, and coming
within several points of tying the leaders,
lost several games to St. Louis and Pitts
burg clubs, and will probably end up
the season third place.
ROBIXSOX MORRIS. At the resi
dencc of the bride's parents, in
Lower Verde valley, Wednesday, Sep
temlwr, 1st, by Geo. W. Hance J. P.,
Dan L. Robinson, to Miss Emma
May Morris, all of Verde Valley,
BACON. In Prescott September 2d., to
the wife of T. L. Bacon, a son.
SIMMONS. Near Preacott September
2d. to the wife of T. W. Simmon, a
MOST PERFECT MADE
The Cream of Tartar used in DR. PRICE'S GBXAX
BAKING POWDE1! U tlio p-irest in the -world. Tha
crystals are from tho finest Grapes, imported direct from
the vineyards of France.
Washington, D. C, April 23, 1885.
I have anahtzed the Cream af Tartar iu&A in. Dr Amt!.
Bakina Powder, and find it of
ft itK LOUJtH. Chief Chtmtit for the
The following, Heads of
i UDiic xoou analysis, una
b irongest. UTee irora Ammonia, tree from L,ime, free :
juum, ana recommend its use
Persons donbtfa tho trnthf ulaess of this
j-ror. it ouiJi. jj poitEMUi?. il. D- L. L. D Itellevue Medical Colltge. Xew Yak.
ITof. JL C WHITE. Mate Chemist, t'nlverlty Georgia. Alliens GaT
l"rof. K. CL KEDZ1E. Lain ItKddit Stal Rnan! nt llmhh I nnn V?l
f. 1L M. bCIlETFEIt. Analytical Chemist. St. Limi. Mn. "
CHARLES E. DWIOUT. Analytical Chemist, Wheeling. TV. Va.
Vr. EMAS II. BAICTLEY. B. Chemist
Prof. iU DELPO.VT ALVE, AJuiytlSj CTwmiit, Chicago. II
" .5--I'TO- Late Chemfct ilealui IVnamnmt, Chteuo. IU.
jiui. ;i.uiiu ii.u, ju.iii. insmate cz 1 1
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Prof. A. 1L &ABIN State I'.hp mla tlnrllnn VK
Prof. JOHN' BOHLAXDEK. JnTA. JX- M. R. Prof.
Prof. PETER COIXIEn,ChWCh2aIitfor tho United States DeraztMatof ,
iMiV&V'A r;Lc,teferaisl5T' Ontario SehoclPharm:T.Toroete,C
fcyjrl tESTheraltthe Unitol State? Mint. Xew OrtaHval
K&SA'ftFX? t HCT.PwtCl-eminrT Unlrersityof Tens. JStmm.
Prof. E. . HlLUAltD. Prof. Clxsitrr. UaH-asST? r'lf"i. irir.,uwQ
To Make Room lor the Large
Hats, Boots, Shoes,
That our Mr. Wurzburg is now purchasing i
For the next 30 days, we will offer special induct
ments in all our Lepartment-,
Horizontal and Perpendicular Reductions
Don't Delay but Bring Tour Cash
KTJHN, WURZBURG & CO.
R. H. Bubmister.
W. I. fi AS HFOfift & M.
And New Prices.
Having made a change in our firm, we take thw
method of informing our oM patrons and our new
and the Pablio Genet-ally, that we shall
continne to keep aa heretofore a lull line Ot
Lowest Market Prices
3&.REMEMBER! We can not
Call and satisfy
Manufacturing ' Confectioner.
Manufacturer of all kinds of strictly pure
Plain and Fancy Candies
ICE CREAMS AND WATER ICES.
Family Trade Solicited. Cortex Street, East side of Plaza, Prescott, Ariioav.
REMEMBER, THAT THIS IS
-Absolutely the only Place iu Frescott xrhi
Fresh, Pure Candies are For Sale.
Prescott, -Arizona, September 3d.
the highest degree of pvrilf
UrJted States Dtpertatnt i
the Great Universities ud
i)r. .TriceTs the purest and
m every family.
can write any of tha Chemists ti iiimiIi
to tho Pent of Ilealth, Brookrn. X. X.
W. C. Bamtou.
Qnalifcv at tj
and will not he UN DEI SOU
yourselves that we
BASHFORD & CO.