WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1886.
Fmh Fkiday's Daily,
T.C. Bay is expected back from the
mi tin few day.
Exchange your straw hU for a suit
ale Fall bat, at the Lion (tore.
W. C. Baehford Co., have marked
their goods away down to railroad price.
W.C.Dawes came in from his camp at
the Feck last night with two fine bars of
H. D. Aitkin, brother of our Alvord
and John, arrived here frota the east
Tbos. King, of the wll known stock
firm of Fratt & King of the Verde Valley,
was in town to-day.
E. B. Dodge, clerk cf the district
court, returned from a vuit to his family
in the east last evening.
Hon. N Ellis and his accomplished
wife returned to Prescott last evening
and will remain here for some time.
Miss Annie F. Bray, sister of our cif I
terp rising and genial townsman, G. A.
Bray, will arrive here shortly and spend
a year with her brother.
Rev J. G. Ebsrhart the newly appoint
ed Methodiit minister to this place cam
in from Fhenix last evening and will
leave in the morning for Flagstaff. He
will sot occupy the pulpit here for a
couple of weeks yet.
During the month of September J. L.
Fitber imported six car loads of mer
chandise of various kinds, in car load
lots, besides numerous shipments in
The military at Whipple are making
extensive improvements in the grounds
of the reservation. Boad building is go
ing on, water ways for the better drain'
age are being constructed and a general
air of improvement pervades the place.
The Walnut Grove Water Storage
Company and Piedmont Cattle Com'
pany, to-day paid out fCO.OOO on their
recently acquired property. Wells H
Bates, president of the latter company,
is in town looking after its interests.
Theae corporations have now paid out
over 1100,000 in this vicinity.
From Saturday's daily.
Registration closes October 12tb
Only one month more of politics.
W. C. Bashford is the people's choice
Hon. J. J. Gosper is doing Phenix fcr
his life insured Company.
Thelunch counter of the "Cabinet"
will be in full blast to-morrow.
The Albuquerque Journal speaks of
Ifew Mexico's expositions as a great sue
es. Prof. Blake, D. M. Martin and Wells
H. Bates went out to Walnut Grove to
day. Preaching at the M. E- church south,
Snnday, at 7 p. m. Sunday school at
10:30 a. ro.
There are two weddiagi on the tapis
for next week.
T. S. Bullock left St. Louis on the eve
ning of September 30th for this place.
Got. Tritle is expected to return home
during the coming week.
Col.CC. Bean our delegate to Con
gress will urrivc in Prescott on Monday.
A. C. Burmister, who has been con
fined to his room through illness, forstv
ral days is able to be around again.
We are glad to note that th: attend
ing physicans report the condition of
Mrs. F. G. Parker, greatly improved to
day. C. E. Lambert, the mining man will
leave for a two wevks' trip to Denver, to
morrow. The federal officials' nominee for con
gress has opened the campaign in
A number of young folks went out on
a picnic to-day to Point of Rocks in a
four horse turn out.
Tom Hin Kec, the enterprising Chi
nese merchant has just received a lot oi
sew goods from the orient at hi Granite
The first stage from the P. & A. C. R.R
arrived at 5:30 o'clock last evening
but failed to catch any mail from either
Parties who read both Prescott papers
-will note the difference between what is
aid by the Jockxal-Mixkb and what it
is represented aa saying by the othar
Miss Hattic Fisher, daughter of Mr.
sad Mrs. J. L. Fisher, celebrated her
eighth birthday to-day, and entertained
a whole lot of her young friend.
Kegley Post, G. A. R.. of Tucon, has
declared itself in favor of organizing the
department of Arizona, and selected
Fred G. Hughes, as its choice for de
Hon. Robert Connell's friends arc by
no means pleased that he was ignored
by the democratic convention. They
think that his conscientious services in
the legislative hallf of our territory en
titled him to the nomination for legisla
Governor Zulick, in an interview in
"Washington recently, charged General
Crook with the responsibility of prevent
ing the leaders of the hostile Indians
being turned over to the civil authorities
for trial. The Courier, which has always
expressed the greatest friendship for the
General copies the assertion without
comment or contradiction thereby en
dorsing, the statement.
J. L. Hall haa been appointed aa
active superintendent of the Piedmont
Cattle conpany of Martinet, and went
out yesterday to take charge of the
property. The company has severs
thousand head of cattle already on the
range and with the completion of the
dams and reservoirs now under way for
the storage of water expect to add sev
sal thousand mora.
Fbom Monday's Daily.
C. B. Genung is in tows.
Mrs. F. G. Parker is now cOBsiderad
out of danger.
The "Champion baa evidently caught
on" to the way Mark Smith got his
J. Boughton will remain in charge of
Aitken's cigor store, in the absence of
A majority of the voters of this county
are begining to realize that the office of
county treasurer is not a life position.
R. L. Long superintendent of public
instruction came up from the South last
evening to attend the meeting of the
board of education to-day.
H. H. Logan a mining man from
Phenix, who represents large mining
interests in this county came up from
the south last evening, and will remain
here for several days.
A Tucson correspondent furnishes the
Flagstaff Champion with the inside
workings of the democratic convention
in Tucson. The correspondent corrob
orates the statement of the Jockxal
MixsJt in reference to the nomination of
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Fisher entertained
a number of their friends, on Saturday
evening, at their residence. Games
were played, a number of musical selec
tions both vocal and instrumental were
rendered by those present, while a boun
teous collation was terved to the guests
and a very pleasant evening was srta
The bin in the rooms prepared for
the exhilit of ore are finished and will
now be painted. Mr. ft. 1. Unffla,
went out to bis camping ground on
Lynx creek, armed with forty sacks, to
stir his neighbors up to a sense of the
importance of a thorough representa-
tion of the district. "Griff" thinks he
can readilv fill all the bins from Lynx
The slur against W. C. Bashford, in
the morning sheet disgusted a number
of democrats who now say they will vote
for him. The insinuation that he is dis
honest and if elected would misappro
priate the public funds by using them
in his business, is base a slander against
an honest, conscientious and upright
citisen that meets with no response,
even from political enemies.
Our contemp.is beginning to brush
the dust off its old sterotype misstate
ments in regard to this paper and is put
ting them in to fill up with as campaign
thunder. It is the same material used
two years ago when this paper was in
strumental in defeating a fsicxd of the
other fellow, whose only answer to our
truthful statements waa personal abuse
of the editor.
Ex-Gov.J. J.Gosper, by his genial
ways and liberal views, haa won many
new friends amongst democrats as well
as republicans during his brief stay in
Tucton. He came here a week ago es
pecially to establish an agency for the
Mutual Reserve Fund Life Association,
and mat with success in the appoint
ment of Mr. Frank Hereford, who will
mauage the local business of that com.
pany for Pima county. The Gov. left
his evening for Phenix on business for
bis company, whence he will proceed to
Los Angeles via Prescott and Flagstaff.
All join in wishing him boa voyage and
an early return. Citizen.
The democratic county central com
mittee met on Saturday afternoon and
nominated, H. T Andrews of Lynx
Creek as candidate for the legislature
vice, C. J. Clark declined. D. Levy waa
nominated for supervisor vice, S. P.
Behan who, it is rumored, has been
A very quiet wedding occurred this
morning at the residence of Hon. W. A.
Rowe, in which the plighted love of two
young hearts was sealed with the bond
of matrimony. The principal parties to
the affair were Alvord Aitken and Miss
Carrie Johnson. Both are very popular
among their associates and companions.
The ceremony was performed at six
o'clock bv the Rev. J. C. Houghton in
the presence of only the family of the
bride and two brothers of the bride
groom, immediately alter which the
couple started by private conveyance
for Ash Fork en route to California for a
three weeks' wedding tour. The Joce-
xal-Mixek joins the other numerous
friends of the young couple in wishing
them bon voyage, both on this brief trip,
as well as on the matrimonial life jour
ney upon which they have just entered.
The oft published staement that the
Howell road bill was a "republican steal"
has again been placed on its feet to do
duty for the campaign. The misstate
ment haa been paraded before
the public so long and so often in the
guise of a republican sin that it might
not be amiss to publish the truth about
it. The bill referred to was ased by
the 12th legislative assembly of Arizona
and appropriated 115,000 for the construc
tion of a wagon road from Prescott to
Big Bug via the Howell Smelter then in
operation on Lynx Creek. With the
outlook for this section at that time it
was considered a wise measure by men
of both parties. Be that as it mav the
bill was passed by both houses of the leg
islature the Council being republican
and the house democratic. Had it been
a "republican" measure as we have so
often been told it was it could certainly
have been defeated, as the democrats
had a majority in the lower house. N'ot
only this but the commissioners appoint
ed to carry out the provisions of it were
all democrats being John Howell, Joseph
alter and Dan Hatz. So much for
its republicanism. As to the charge of
fraud and corruption against the three
democratic commissioners, which has so
often been made, by reference to it, as
the"Howell road steal" cte.,we leave that
with its author and the commissioners.
Suffico it to eay that, democrats
though they be, we believe them to be
perfectly honest and upright, and believe
that the money comitted to their charge
by democratic votes, for public improve
ments, was honestly expended and
accounted for, and we would not be will
ing to say aught against them evsn for
A very beautiful and impressive scene
was witnessed in connection with the
morning service at the Congregational
church yesterday, being the baptism of
seven infant children of members of that
church, who in tint solemn ordinance
dedicated them toGod.
From Tuesday's Daily:
Registration closes October 12th.
Ludwig Thomas teacher of musk.
.Dr. Lincoln returned from Phenix
The great register this afternoon con
tained 2,400 names.
Jay-Eye-Sec Linemcnt Best in the
world at Lincoln's Drug Store, tf.
Henry Clay Burke has removed his
office into the office of the county
It does seem that after holding on to
an office for twelve years it was about
time to let go.
Kentucky sour mash whisky double
standard goods, and genuine Tennessee
white rye at the Cob Web.
Members of the territorial board of
education have been engaged studying
hygiene for several days.
It is a kind of reminder of old times
to see Dan Thorne around the "Cabi
net once more.
Webster Street will shortly shake the
dust of Tombstone off his feet and locate
permanently in Phenix.
Ex-chief Justice Howard and wife left
Phenix this afternoon and will arrive in
Prescott to-morrow evening
George W. Sines made the first contri
bution of ore to the public mineral Cab
inet from his Sazerac saloon collection
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
The Star says that "Fred G. Hugiies
has got the best of the recorder fight by
a big jug full." The usual method of
measuring democratic success is by the
Miss Emma Bennett,an accomplished
young lady, who has spent several
months in Prescott,will go to Phenix to
Chew "Piper Heidseck" and "Tokay,"
Smoke "Aiikcns Best," Stargo," "Silk
Tie" and "M. E." cigars. "Sportmans1
"Caporal," "Full Dress," cigarettes and
various other brands of cigars and cigar
ettes at Aitken's.
ine Williams zlousc regulars go in
mourning now over the loss of one of
their number by marriage. It is under
stood that the shafts of venus have pen
etrated the heart of another one who
will soon follow in the footsteps of his
Lost on the road between Whippel
and Prescott a few days, ago a large
gray shawl. A suitable reward will be
paid by returning the same to the half
way house. 6t Thos. Loxo.
The following are the fees reported
collected by the dffercnt county officers
for the quarter ending September 30th.
Sheriff 1379.70; Probate Judge $191.30;
Recorder 1597.25 ; Clerk of Court 176.25.
Mrs. D. J. Sullivan has just received
her new stock of dry goods, which she
has marked at the very lowest prices.
An investigation is all that is necessary
A note, on record in the county re
corder's office, for $1,000, in favor of Mrs
Perry, signed by John H. Marion, C.
Meyer Zulick and E. J. Cook, given to
raise money to keep our sickly contem
porary running during the hot weather,
would justify us in referring to it as the
Zulick-Cook organ, but then we will net
The Daily Tombstone complains that
"Whenever it asks the Democrat to sub
stantiate any of the false statements
published in the Litter's columns, it re
plies by abusing the editor of this paper,
and entirely ignoring the query-" Why
Brother Kash, that is the democratic
argument. We have become accustomed
to it up here.
It would not hurt our feelings if
"Buckie" O'Xeill, editor of Hoof and
Horn, was elected Probate Judge of
Yavapai County on November 2nd.
Mr. O'Neill, although a republican, is a
good fellow, and, being a newspaper
man, we can assure the voters of our
sister county that he needs the ofhee
badly. Wallapai Tribune.
"Prescott was not entitled to a super
visor, was the sophistry used by the
other paper to soothe the feelings of A.
A. Moore on being defeated in conven
tion. There being .a prospect of a with
drawal from the ticket of ono candidate,
a substitute was found in Prescott but
not Mr. Moore. Wonder what the
apology now will be
See that your name is on
the great register of the coun
ty- 1 on cannot vote at the
November election unless ti
has been placed there this
year and 20 days before the
About ten days ago this paper publish
ed an item stating that two additional
troops of cavalry would shortly be sta.
tioned at Whipple. Our neighbor pub
lishes it this morning as a startling
piece of information between double
In its endorsement of O. A. Ensign for
the legislative assembly the Flagstaff
O. A. E.vsig.v,
Another nominee for the Assembly, has
resided in this county for a long time,
engaged in mining and running a large
pack train of which he is owner. He is
a young man who is known throughout
the greater portion of the country and
withal is very popular. He is thoroughly
capable cf filling the office, and will,
without a doubt, be one of Arizona's
By the voters of this county, the cash
in the treasury counted and a new man
taka charge of il
that your nam Is en the great
register ef the county. You cannot
vote at the November election unless
Itlhas been placed there this year
one ao slays before the election
Read the election proclamation in this
The board of supervisors has
expediting the work before it.
Parties owing us wood on subscription
are requested to bring it along now.
J. W. Roberts has just received a lot
of new'goods consisting of guns, ammuni
Grain, hay or wood will be taken in
exchange forsubscription to the Weekly
H. H. Logan, advertises in this issue
the applications for patents of eight
mining claims in Green Valley district.
Pima county democrats are engaged
in corruptly naturalizing foreign born
citizens to carry the election this year.
Hon. Frank Frame and Hon. W. A.
Harwood, both members of the 13th
legislature, are candidates for re-election
from Cochise county.
The slurs of the Courier-against the
Mexican population, such as was in
dulged in when referring to Mr. Thos.
Cordis in a late issue of that paper, will
result in a boomerang when election day
Chas. Hudson's teams brought in a
load of freight from Ash Fork yesterday
in which was a large stock of printers'
stationery for the Journal-Mixer, con
sisting of letter heads, cards, dance pro
Territory of Arizona,
office of the Governor,
To all persons whom
it may concern,
Whereas, Under an act of the Legisla
tive Assembly of the Territory of Ari
zona, entitled ''An Act to provide for
general and special elections," it is pro
vided: That there shall be held
throughout the Territory of Arizona, cn
the Tuesday after the first Monday in
Aovember, A. i, iovz, and every
two years thereafter, an election fcr
members of the Legislative Assembly
and such other officers as may be requir
ed by law to be chosen at such election ;
And whereas, It is further provided in
such Act, that it shall be the duty
of the Governor, at least thirty days
before anv general election, to
issue his proclamation designating
the offices to be filled at such election;
Now, therefore, I, James A. Bayard,
Acting Governor of the Territory cf
Arizona, in pursuance oi the duty en
joined upon me, do hereby order a gee
eral election to be held on the Tuesdcy
after the first Monday, being the second
day of November, A. D. 18S6, und
designate the offices to be filled at such
election as follows, towit.
County of Apache, one member of the
Council and two members of the Heme
Cochise county, one member of the
Council and five members of the .Houte
Gila county ione member of the Coun
cil and one member of the House if
Graham county, one member of the
Council and one member of the Hour e
Maricopa county, one member of the
Council and two members of the House
Mohave county, one member of the
Council and one member of thcHcuic
Pima county, one member of the
Council and five members of the House
Final county, one member of the
Council and one member of the House
Yavapai county, one member of the
Council and five members of the House
Yuma county, one member of the
Council and one member of the lloufc
The county of Yavapai shall elect
one member of the council jointly with
the counties of Yuma, Mohave, Apache
and Maricopa; and the county of
Cochise shall elect one member of the
Council jointly with" the counties of
Graham, Gila, Pima and Pinal.
Also there shall be elected in each
county of the Territory two members of
the Board of Supervisors, except in the
county of Pima, three, on account of
vacancy in the office of the long term
Also in each county one Sheriff, one
District Attorney, one County Recorder,
one Treasurer, one Surveyor, one
Coroner and one Public Administra
tor. In each of the counties of Cochhc
Pima, Mohave and Apache there will
be elected a County Judge ; and in each
of the remaining counties of the Territory
a Probate Judge.
There shall be elected in each of the
counties of Cochise, Mohave, Pimr,
Apache, Yavapai and Graham, oce
Also in each election precienct in each
county, one and not more than two con
stabler. Also in each Township, two Justices
of the Peace ; and where more than 603
persons reside in a township, such fact
is to be ascertained by the Board of
Supervisors one additional Justice of
the Peace may be elected.
In witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and caused the
seal great seal of 'the Territory of
Arizona to be affixed - hereto.
Done at the city of Prescott this !
day of September. A. D. 1886.
J. A BAYARD,
social Request. Candidates Neae
J am informed that some of the can
didatcs for "crumb?'," are in great trepid
ation, lest 1 should talk in their favor,
alleging tliat if I do so, it will greatly
lesson their chances for succcsi". Now,
therefore, being a kind hearted old man,
and having no desire to injure my
friends, I resiectfully request nil nom
inees entertaining such fears, to say so
in print over their own signatures, with
out delay, either in the Prescott Courier,
Journal-Mixer, Hoof and Horn or
Flagstaff Cliampion, and I will try to
not harm them in that way.
I am not a candidate for any office,
never have been iu this territory and
never expect to be; am not "married" to
anv of the present nominees ; am not
under pay cither from central commit
tees or individuals, but am tired out;
want recreation, have the time to spare
and money enough to iay my own ex
penses, and my lungs permitting, I in
tend to "talk" all over this county be
tween this ami the 2nd of November and
so far as I know, in an honorable way,
without disparaging any, to help elect
the best men.
A. W. Callex.
Placcritaa Camp. Sept. 30, 1SSC.
Territorial Board of Education.
The territorial board of education met
at 11 a.m. to-day at the office of Acting
Governor Bayard, adopted the Barnes
series of text books on physiology and
hygiene, in obedience to the recent law
of congress requiring the teaching of this
study in all the public schools of the ter-
to,. to all
the pupils thereof with
special reference to the effects of alco
holic drinks and narcotics on the human
system. The scries comprises Child's
Health Primer, Hygiene for Young Peo
ple, Hygiene Physiology ,and an abridge
ment of the latter book.
The board also passed the following
preamble and resolution.
Whereas, wc recognize the fact that so
intricate a study as physiology should Ie
taught bv object lessons, aud that
White's physiological manikin is admir
ably adapted to this purpose, yet does
not, in our judgment, fulfill all the re
quirements of the law of congress re
quiring this board to adopt a text bock
or books on this and kindred subjects,
but partakes rather of the character of
school aparatus than of a text book,
therefore, be it
Resolved, that the territorial board of
education earnestly recommend to
county superintendents and the trusters
of the various districts in the territory
in their discretion, the purchase of this
manikin, and the essentials of physiolo
gy and hygiene which accompany and
explain it, for all schools and grades
having pupils deemed of sufficient age
aud advancement to understand it.
The retail price of the manikin is 125
manufactured and published by James
T. White &, Co., No. 12 Jacob St., New
York, to whom school officers can write
for terms, etc. Had the board adopted
it in place of the books it was offered
for f 15.
W. L. Van Horn of Flagstaff was
granted a territorial diploma.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.
Monday October 4th. The Board cf
Supervisors met at 10 a. m., yesterdav
morning. Present Supervisors Wing'
field, Cook and Dougherty, Clerk D. F.
The following bills were audited and
J. W. Dougherty, salary as Su
pervisor 300 50
Jury certificates 2 00
J.D.Cook,salarv as supervisor. .. 233 00
W.F.Wingfield, " - 292 50
D.F.Mitclu 11, salarv as clerk 125 00
Postage 8 33
Stationery 10 65
Juror certificates 2 00
Clerical work on railroad bonds 5 00
W.J.Mulvenon, sheriff 1,311 75
E.B.Dodgc, postage , , , , . 2 20
Wni WHkerson, postage 12 30
II.W.FIeury, justice fees 20 00
Salary bills for county officers. .5,37500
John Davis, justice fees
J.R.Boycr, bill of $18 constable
J. ILMncomber, bill cf f 143 con
stable fees allowed for.
Mrs. Burnett, board 1G 50
The following reports were presented
and accepted ;
Probate Judge statement for 3d quar
ter of ISfeO; Clerk of district court,
statement for 3d quarter 1SS6; Sheriff's
statement for 3d quarter 1SS6. Sheriff
board of prisoners, 1279.00. Account of
licenses for September ?GSS.00.
Messrs. Ackers fc Walker appeared be
fore the board and on good cause s-hown
125 head of stock cattle were stricken
from their assessment.
The-North Crow Cattle Co., were re
duced 25 head of stock cattle.
The following bills were audited and
.$ 8 00
. 112 S5
. 49 50
. 29 70
E. Fannenberg, justices'sfees. . .
C.F.Fisher, constable fees
J.N.McCandless Co. physician
Kelley & Stephens, stationery .
A.S.Bancroft fc Co, stationery .
J. W.Wilson & Co., stationery..
Geo Scheurman, board pris'ners
Probably as much misery comes from
habitual coustipation ag from any de
rangement of the functions of the body,
and it is difficult to cure, for the reason
that no one likes to take the medicines
usually prescribed. Hamburg Figs were
prepared to obviate this difficulty, and
will be found pleasant to the taste of
women or children. Price 25 cents.
At all druggists. J. J. Mack A Co., pro
prietors, S. F.
Compound Syrup of TarTuluand wild
cherry cures colds and coughs. tf
AITKEN JOHNSON In Prescott, at
thj residence of Hon. W. A. Rowe.
0;t. 4th, by Rev. John C. Houghton,
Mr. Alvord Aitken and Miss Carrie F.
- Johnson, both of this city.
Take it in Time
A man who presents an apjicarance
of debility .whose countenance is anxious,
and who is subject to hjx.-ll of faintness.
is liable to sudden death from heart
disease. Let him take Dr. Flint's heart
remedy before it is too late. At drug
gists. l.oO. Descriptive treaties with
each bottle; or add f ess J, J. Mack Si Co.,
The October issue of the Overland
Monthly may be anticiated by the read
ing public as a delightful and instruc
tive addition to current literature. The
Overland Monthly is the most valuable
and finished perodical published on the
Pacific Coast, and as a companion of
home And fireside, will prove a welcome
guest in ever" domestic circle. Thrill
ing serials, vivid pictures of scenes and
life on the golden slope, incidents and
accidents of the early settlers, domestic
and nation customs and manners of
Hispano-American life, fiction, csoavs 1
and scientific and critical reviews form
the delightful admixture of its reading
matter. No family or person with cul
tured tastes can afford to be without it,
and we cordiall y commend it as the
magazine par excellent of Uie West.
The American party of California has
nominated a full state ticket. Tho Los
Augelcs Herald is Jtrying to catch the
votes of the party for the democrats by
claiming tliat party as the true Ameri
At a meeting of the Stock men for
Williamson Valley, September 11th,
it was arranged to commence the Rcdeo
at Neals,on Walnut Creek, October Sth,
and at John Dickson's, Skull Valley,
October Sth. Both parties to meet at the
leases, uctooer JUtu. Henry Ulav was
elected Captain of the west side, of the
Williamson Valley party and Robert
Blair of the East side. td
Hnk sad tadder.
Regular meeting of the Hook and
Ladder Company will be held this even
ing at 8 o'clock, at the truck house.
J. Ross, President,
W. E. Lasdgrede, Secretary.
The regular monthly meeting of hose
company No. 1 will be held at their
headquarters this evening at S o'clock.
By order of the vice president,
R..N. Fredericks, Sec'y.
I. L FISHER'S (OCALS.
California flour at J. L. Fisher's.
J. L. Fisher has on the road a lot of
Masou jars for preserves.
Pocket stoves 75 cents each
at J. L.
Crvstalized 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 wa re and chan
deliers best and cheapest at J. L;
Gold dust, bullion, county and city
warrants taken iu exchange for
goods at J. L. Fisher's
- BUSINESS LOCALS.
Manufnciurcd by die t'tocott Bottling
Wi.rks is jut tbe thing to prvcnt tbe
raam't complaint. Heatihj and ptlsta
ota. Fr s!e at all talcont. families
We are offering an elegant line of
ladies underwear at cost, aud the very
latest designs in neck ruchings. Call
nd see our bargains even ii you do not
want to buy.
M. GOLD WATER & SON.
To all who are suffering from the
errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous
-weakness, early decay loss of manhood,
etc., I well send vou a recipe that will
cure FREE OF CHARGE. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary
in South America. Send a self-addressed
envelope to the Rev. Joseph T. Inmax,
station V. Aew lork.
Verfsus DsWutatsd Men
You are allowed a free trial of thirtv
days or the use of Dr. Dve's Celebrated
Voltaic Belt with electric suspensory
appliances for the speedy relief and per-
niaucni cure oi nervous ueoiuty loss oi
vitality and manhood and all kindred
troubles. Also for other diseases.
Complete restoration to health, vigoi
and manhood guaranteed. No risk
incurred. Illustrated pamphlet, with
full information, terms etc., mailed free
by addressing Voltaic Belt Company
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 magic. E. JI. Sher
wood, National State Bank, Elizabeth,
N. J. Eesy to use. See adv.
Room's to Let.
Elegantly furnished rooms to let with
lioard if desiryd, by Mrs. Curtis of
A handsome two story cottage, with
good outhouses, well, etc., on McCormick
street. Apply to J. Thorbeck, at new
bakery, near Mrs. Roach's restaurant, t
TkVHariwr" ef Taatk Ceiling tie nr.
Drs. D. and J. Pentland have, after
considerable expense, commenced the
manufacture of "nitrous oxide gas" for
tbe absolutely "painless extraction" of
teeth. They will continue to keep a
good supply always on hand of pure
fresh gas, so that the most timid may
no longer dread the extraction of trouble
Climax, Horse Head, Red Cross
Vanity Fair, Queen Bee, Durham,
Fruit and Flowers, Lone Jack, Ferique,
Seal of Alabama, sweet Caporal and J.
B. Tace brands of tobacco, cigars.
fruits and confecionery at G. W.
Ford's cigar store. tf
At Baumann's confectionary store..
Just received a lot of
Royal New York
Counts kept on ice.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
Of best make and superior tone, well
reasoned and adapted to this climate,
for sale on easy terms by
Geo. H. Ccxbt.
R. II. Burmister.
f fi ASHf OfiHCQ.
And New Prices.
Having made a change in our firm, we take this
method of informing our old patrons and our new
and the Public Generally, that wo shall
continne to koep as heretofore a full stock of
Gf the Best Quality at the
Lowest Market Prinna
REMEMBER! We can not
Call and satisfy
Notice of Mministra rix's Sals of
Notice is hereby given, that in pursu
ance of the order of the Probate Couit,
of the county of Yavapai, in the Terri
tory of Ariiona, made on the fourteenth
day of August, A. D. ISSC.in the matter
of the estate of Andrew L. Motller,
deceased, the undersigned, administra
trix of said estate will sell at public sale,
to the highest bidder for cah, in-each of
the several parcels which are severally
hereinafter described separately, and
subject to confirmation by said Probate
Court, on Thursday, the SOth day of
September, A. D. 1SSG, at ten
o'clock a. m of fuid day, iu
front of the Court Room door of said
Probate Court in Office Row on the east
side of Cortczstreet between Gurley,and
Willis streets, in the city of Prescott,
County of Yavapai, Tcrritorv of Ari
zona; all the right, title aud interest -and
estate of the said Andrew L. Jfoellcr at
the time of his death, and all the right,
title and interest tliat the said estate has
by operation of law or otherwise ac
quired other than or in addition to that
of the said intestate, at the time of his
death, of, in and to
All sod siocaUr those ctrUln lots, pireci
anl psrcelsot ikud sl'.uitcljiui; usil bcln?
in tbe County (.1 Yarsp!, lerntoty of Ari
zona, and more particularly described
follows, to- wit:
Lol numlr e iRht (S) in Section ncmlr
thirtj-ttiree (S3), and lota combers fire (5),
ty-tuur (31) Tuwublp numbtr fi-ur een (14)
north, Kauire number two (2) west, G.U ana
can Hirer uue ana Meriaias, containing one
hundred ana filly (15j) arret more Yrle.
Alto the northern one qaartr (1-4 of ee
tion number thim-thrce (23). Tuwnihln
number fourteen (14 norih. Kanire two isi
uet, (ilia and SiU layer B te and Meridian,
cuuiaiuiBg osc uunurcu ana tiiij (iwj acret
more or let.
Alto all and llnzuUr the following drsrrlh.
ed loti, y.ta acd parcels of Itnd tltuxie,
ijior ana oeioj: in me cny oi rrtt coii.eoun-
ivui jTauai, lemior o: -An.&UB.lo-vit
ImU nainben one ft, two 'J, three f3f.
iuur ii ck i., tjx ioj, seven i, I, e.cni IN,
nine fyj. ten (Wj.eler.-n f tli twelve (121, try
entfei (17), eighteen (ISj sod ulneleeo 19J,
on the north :de of Ssd' n reet, with the
Alto lot cutnber two 2, In block number
nine 9, witn ths Improreiaeu'i thereon.
Alto lot number four (, lu block nmbr
nine a, witn iheimpro'inients thtrecn.
Alto lot number tiafi, in block number
nlni. 9. with the ImcrCTcrtenti tfcsrmn.
Alta lot number ila-htS. la b!rvt rtimr
Alto lot number twenU-four 2L In MoeV
tin ruber nice 9, wuh tie Improvement
Alto lot number four Lla block cumber
A1m lot cumber tlx G, In block number
Alto lot immlriiTcs-7, In block' oora
rr twenty-three r3.
aibu io-. cum ier nine 9. in blocs nnx ber
All- lot Gtlmtwr f !otr 1 f In T
br twenty three S3.
Alto lot numter th'rteec 13. Ja block
nnmrvr t wt-nty-thret u.
Altolol nrnitr rtiver tv in t.1if-v
b;i iwenty-lbiee 2S.
Alto lot number ter-n!r en IT. in hio.-
cninber twonty-tareej .
Alt) tot DUUl-kor n ! (r. . I . K
aito lot number twctr-ot :L In block
Alto lot number wenty-threeI3.1n block
Alo lot number foarl. In tlork number
tnirteen13 llhtne iiiiuroventrnUtberxH-n
Altolu numter fl.-e'S, tn bines namber
hlrteenll,wit!i tn.- im prove cmti,ron.
Alio Jot number t j.i, iu block number
thirl, to 13, Willi Ibt? Improvement, thrreon
Alio lot cumber louxteecH, la b;cck
nunibe !nlrtentt. '
Alvi lot number mteen-li. in block num
ber thtr. ten It
bltrotjuuibertwn;y3),ln block num.
AIo lot number one I, in block number
nlneten, with the Improvements there,
Also lot nnmlcrthren 3. in block cum.
or nineteen 13, with tne Improvement
Alio lot number nine 3, in block cum
o Alolotnumbre evenll. In block num
ber itlleen is.
Alto lot number thirteen 1J, In blo'k
'.omber fifteen II.
Alolotnimbtrn:wnli,la blceSr cumtxr
Xteen 1 with tne Improvement the.-ccn.
Alto lot number snveuteeciT, In block nurn-
rer fif.evu is, triUi the. ltnproremtnU
Alto lot number nlnet eenU. in block nun.
Alaolot number twenty-one ll.lu block
number Cftetn 15.
Ito lot number nve3, in block number
Alio lot cumber tevea 7, I - blcek camber
fl!lenl with he lmprovrtnenu thereon.
Alto lot number nine t, a block nomber
AlolotuumbereTen.7,ln block E.
AlolotcuroMrnlnes.tn block E, with
theimnraif mei-tx tbe'eon
Alto lot numoercieren It, In block cumber
teen .7. "L the lmj -.ifm-oii thereon.
Alto iLe tonta one-half J"f lit cumber nine
9, tn block number teeu7, witn lbs Im
All of taid lolt being described In accor
dance with, and it thev are delineated uliih.
theorScLilmapor plat of taid city of I'm
coll. I Alto an nnflT'de-t f. nr-Cflbs (4-Uht) In
terett cf, in and to that re ta'n mice tltuaie,
lying and being In the h'.i Hug rnininr dlv
trci. YTpal county. Artioau T-rrno.y,
known and cal'ed the Dividend Misc.
Alto an undivided onha.f iUj interest of.
in and to insteertoln mine Iiu.kv, tylueand
belnf In the His Ba mining dutr.c:, Yava
pai county, Arizona Territrr, xnowu and
called thelcdepend- cce Jllnc.
A!o ao undivided oo--elfctlh OX) in ere&t
of, tn and to tba'.cer uia rnae ihute, lvlnc
and beltc in the Walker raining nittnct,
Taya pal county, Arizona Te riUiry. known
and called the Uatpyj4ek ii e.
TKBMn OF S.t LE: C'Jh: tea per cen . of
ins purchase ruon-yto -ia-dlo the admin
latratrlxat the ilmeoFi.it. balance ouvon
armallonof tile bv . di'.-obi e Court; d.eUa
at expense o; pa chattr.
. , , , ALICE JIOELLER.
Adtntnlttratrlx ef ths c.taic of At. drew L.
Pretcolt, Arlaoaa. Asuttl lv.
It hereby given thi.tb above a!e latv:.
poned until Weductddy. the i dsy ij'Vo .
raner. A- IX Iwa. a! li o'cl .k ra.
, ... ALIO". iiuKIXEt,
Administratrix of ;.-- estate of Andrew L.
Ejr44. 111 ttfnv, somber S)ia,l$.
" 2intiouherebfd.t!r tfiven t-a. at any
time be for j then ur of 11 o'clock a. m. of
tho third day of November... 1). lx-, btdt In
wrlUngwIU rv5ie elv-oi by tbennacnUoed
far th pnrch&ie of. any of the aNve Ue
tcrb d propertv at pnvtti tale. Said butt
maybe left wl-h Joan A nmb. at hit orSc
In Fretcott, Arizona, 'or toe uid-MirmeJ.
i ALIOK MOELLEj.
Administratrix of theettats f A.L. iia.t
, lar.daao. "
W. C. Baskvobb.
aw a eaaw
and will not he UNDERSOLD!
yourselves that we
BASHFORD Sc CO,
o. k. store:
Keeps a Full Supply of General
Merchandise which is
Being sold at Bot
Men's Furilsning Goois, Ints
Shoes, Hats, Gaps, EtC
Also, a large, complete and fresh wpply
ofj;hoicc: staple and fancy grocarie.
A FEED YARD
In cootMC'irin with tbe ttorc abm H
ktndt of Btlnl lUj and Grain alwsjt em
EaGccds delivered fre of
rgeto all parts of the citj.
Stage Station (on Ask Firt M)
an. Pleasure Resort.
Within a convenient distance i r fin i iiH A.
pie. tant ride over a good road.
Choice Wines, Lq t
Cigars alwayg on hand.
K1STNE3 I THOME,
ilontcimaa St. - - FnanM.
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Lunch Counter and Club
W. H. Hatcher.
A. C Tratk
ASH FORK, A. T.
Forwarding amd Cmm-
chants. A .tne of freighter' anppllea !)
hxad. Coitiisrcmenli tollelted.
Msrk goods cazc of T.4 H. Aah
OLIVER ft CO.
sh Fork, 1 T..
NEW EATING HOUSE
Kext Door to Kelly fc Stephen,
Everything the Market aSbrda.
Board br The Week. S
Fresh Bread and French Bolli
J. ThorUck Prof.
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