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ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL
Vol. xxii No 33.
PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, .NOVEMBER 17, 1886.
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cu. ji rv3, ar.l Ir ececAie rat t.t tb I
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f-Zot! to rull cxTreHef a oaUd laf
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't uj-. ft i. rw.'ff trail
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j. J. MACK & CO,
9 aii It Front 3"-. Uan Trsnclseo. Cat.
Notice is her-ibv given that
for the current year
Are Now Due.
and .arable at the office of the
tax collector ot the count) ; and
must be paid on or before the
following, under a penalty of
five per cent to be added there
1 , unless paid within the timd
E. J. COOK.
County Treasurer and Ex-OSi-
rio lax Collector.
Prescott, Ariz. Aug." 25, IS 86
RESMHSNT AND CHOP HOUSE.
noxtdoorto Maier's Exchange
Yindmiller & Jacobs, pronnetirs.
tii-arci by ths Day, Week sr Meal-
AH the Delicaciesof the season.
Come One. Come Ml.
X Chinese Emplow-d.
j. i sir
Keeps a Lull Supply of General
Merchandise which is
Being sold at Bot
itieifs FuniiStiing Goods, IBaots
Shoes. Hats, Gaps, EtC
A- a?jr2, complete and fresh supply
.: .o:f . m pic and lancy eroceries.
A PEED YARD
h . - c"M3 ih "x 'op Jihcre all
. Uili'i (Iiv f i fJraia .Iwkjt on
LS.Oxls delivered free of
i hargeto all jiart of the city.
Oob Yveb Hall,
- 'o l'! - ;
- rut r.-A.
'II It i 'If
WINES and LIQUORS
xxn Tirr wr
P L FISHER.
K5STNER I THORNE,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Lunch Counter and Club
aiming s Big scneme.
The El Pas j Tribune gives what it
purports to be the s-crcts .if a scheme
headed by A. K. Cut 111, U get ujj .in
arrny for the invasion and dismember
ment of Meico. These plans are given
A great number ot letters are being
received from vatims part of the roan-
try, proposing to aid the movement.
Tney are from cowboys, miner, unem
ployed workingmen, cajhaiif, pricitj,
mormons and-soldiers A total of near
7,ooo have proffercl services up to tite.
From New Mexico alone, offers of
2,503 men have been received.
The tiovemert bid for the suppor: of
Rove nd the ciholi? church by prom
ising th restoration of all church prop
erty taken by the Mexican governmenj
since the time of Juarez.
It promises the restaratiir: of priest,
nun and sister ot charity tu n.'I former
It promise;, outidc of thk, fre reli
ion, free speach and free presc.
It promise the abslition otiio iki
i It premises compulsory Cn.iUj edu
It premises the free entry of Aiueri-
can cooqj ana a pfot:ve : r.u on
English, Germm and Frt-nch K'"'.
It promises the abontim ot expoit
it promises ne numon ot puvit ag
ricultural lands into 000 acre ta-t.
free to actual settlers.
It proposes an absolute iniliuy gor
It propje a st tndi-1 army of 50.
000 men, the rank and fill-to receive $40
per month, with clothes and ratnos.
It proposes that one-half tHc army
hall always be at work on public w.rks
such as miliary roaJ, cjnals, r-i roids,
etc, and m generally developing the
It proposes ten rand miliary po.-ts ol
500 men each.
It proposes that ten pr cctt f t e
rank and file of the army shall be always
(in turn) employed in agrkulftire on
government plinu ions. Tne o M;n U
to mkethearmyself-mstaininj, or near
All mail amirailrosd service U t-i be
performed bv the mriitary.
All I jcal and ceier.il 1 1 are t be
enforced by mil.tary .-racers.
A'l palice service is ts b: by the mili
There is to be one grand mi Itiry tax
for the p ifpjj; of ths 1 -il r general
Grazing lands are to be lirciicd to
tracts of 5000 acres.
Wives ami children of dese ni-1 sol
diers are to rece've hiii oiv t 1.- a t -rm
of five year'.
To the m r.n in, stfliuen'i it ab-
Stlute local self-o.'ernuiit a vi relief
trom military duty ar otfir--I The
mormons ar to piy - mil tar t. f
makeup for eteirnion f r mii-irv
These things are bu a pin ' an
elaborate plan of tie rllibisj;rL-;?. Ti:y
saythiy knov w;ll thit t'u non-if
they cross thi bne the' g v? u.i all
claim to the pro:ect;oi-of th; Unite l
States givtrmitnt, aid th it 010 ir
them captured by tne M;xica is t '. b'
shot as a Inndit.
The schm? is it iMy thenstlvji with
certain rev jut. a ny an1 circi le
mentsandthey bil'evj-t'aath: r nqi;t
and seperatiin of "Cnthuahui, Soura
and Darano froTi th rest of Mexico
will be al-n hi )-lle-i.
Now Mexloo Finds Creator Cause For
Thanksgiving Than Arizona.
We publish below th? Tmnk-;giv:ng
Proclamati in of Edmund G. Ross, Gov
ernor of New Mexico.
It w:ll pay our readers tt pursue the
document, especially as they wil. discov
er tht Governor Ross unlike our Excel
lency found in the event., of the past
year Territoii ll causes lor thanksgiving
other than those of President Cleveland
which Governor Zulick rehashe i.
Executive Oifice 1
Territory or New Mexico !
Sanu Fe. N. M., Nov., 1SS6 I
In observance of a lon honored and
honorable cuit mi, and following the ex
ample of the president of the Ur.ited
Sates, I do hereby desij;r.jre and set
apait Thursday, tne :, div of X -v m
oer mst., as a day vl Thai.kg and
prayer, ar. recommend to ail the people
of New Mexico that it be observed as
such throughout their borders.
We have during the past ye3r been
signally blest in the continued enjoyment
of the great boon of free government, in
undisturbed public tranquility, in the re
moval of the Apache scourge from our
territoiy, in the renewal of business pros
perity throughout our land, in the ample
return of the fruits of the soil and of
1.1 . .u . . 1 . -
01 our peopic in jn-cuinee anu senc.
developments in all ttut tends to make
them happy and prosperous.
It i fi ting,' therefore, that we shouid
assemble on that day in our usual places
of worship and there testify w th all ap
propriate demonstrations in tcken cf our
gratitude for the blessings voucbsifed.
Seal Edmuvd G. Russ, Governor.
By the Governor
Geo. W. Lane. Sec of New Me.i:o.
It now appears t'lt a ijrave error has
occurred in the election. The li pro
vides that a county clerk shall be clerk
of the county court and ex-officio clerk
of the board of supervisors. In con
formity with the law the governor of the
territory by proclamation called for the
election of a "county clerk" for Pima
j cu,, bul it appears that the voters cast
the:rrctes for "clerk of the county cou't
Nov there i no such rffi e provided for
b ie Mstu-f of Ar 23-.j. and conse-
qacntiy n.county clerk has been vted
f ir or ec td. Governor Zulick under
tiejtjw will have to appoint Hon. K. G.
Hu'hes' successor, and there is no good
' r.-astn why Fred should not remain
where he is. The Citisen will no doubt
be pleased to learn of the prospect of
Fied renuining as "clerk of the court,"
Jck Snyder can now sympathize w.th
Brtrier Gormley. Tucson Star.
A Modarn cedlva.
The s'sid people of Monmouth, Illinois
were greatly shocked one afternoon
rccei tiy at seeing a horse gallop itjto town
lidden by a woman, with no more clothes
on her than when she was born, who was
c'inping to the animal's main w th all her
might Several people ran and stopped
the horse and took thr woman into a
house, wheie she vs provided with
cl thing and ser.t home. Ir appear
that she, witn a female ruropat ion, had
been swimming in brook near town,
and seeing a horse grazing near by con
ceived the idea that it would b; glorious
fun 10 tjke a short ride. The animal
remtmed quiet until the woman got on
his back, when he took fright, probably at
the novel appearance cf its fair rider.and
ran away, earning his burden home with
The editor of the Journal-Minek
took a trip over the line of the now rail
road recently and was nurprieed to find
with what smoothness and ease the car
glide over it considering its being newly
constructed. The trip both ways be
tween the end of the track and Preseott
Junction is mado at night and the only
means one has of judging in regard to
the construction of the road is by the
motion of the can, which we are com
lulled to .ay, is as easy and free from
jarring as older roads.
On the return trip Saturday morning
the rails were laid to mat about one
mile Kuth of Punteney'a ranch, while
the graders were about a mile in advance
of the track layers.
W. C. Potts, with a force of bridge
builders, was engaged in putting in &
bridge acrops the Chino "wash" some
two or three miles north of BanghartV
It is expected to reach the latter place
durinji the present week.
Ed tang, an old railroader, was found
in charge of the train while "Sport"
Doyle entertained and looked after the
comfort of thr patrons and manipulated
Superintendent J. E. Kelly and Audi
tor and Traffic Manager Wilson evident
ly umkr.-t.ind their business and placed
tht writer under obligations for courte
A'istaut Manager C. W. Beach was
found "up to his eyes" in business look
ins after the general 'details of the con
struction. J. E. Andenon is at present timc
keeier on the road.
A Promising Mining Camp.
Mr. Jules Bauman has Just returned
from a trip to the Swiss Girl and Law
rence mines, situate in Agua Eria rain
ingdirtrict, three miles east of Bower's
Ilanch and 20 miles east of Preseott.
He reports things lovely about the two
strongest miueral ledges yet opened in
this vicinity. On nearing the camp
one's attention is attracted by the grand
ore piles of the Lawrence mine which
loom up magnificently from the high
ridge iiiwn which the mine Is located,
and whercfrom a most beautiful view of
the surrounding mountains and valleys
can lc had.
The Lawrence mine is opened by a
shaft SO feet deep with 30 feetdrifu
from the bottom of said shaft. The ore
i rich in copper and silver also carries
some gold. From the dump of this
claim we can see the Swiss Girl mine,
which is alxiut one-quarter of a milo east
of the Lawrence, and located upon a
very strong vein, traceabla for miles
both ways, north and south. From a 54
ft. shaft some very fine copper ore has
leen extracted, showing pure native cop
ier in abundance. Unfortunately this
shaft, which has been sunk in the gouge
of the vein, is now a ruin, caused by
surface water dissolving the clayey sides,
followed by caving of the upper portions
of said sides, thereby filling the shaft
with g.-ugc debris to within 24 feet from
the r-urface. A tunnel on the vein 105
feet below and south of the ebaft, is bo
gun, running north along the vein,
thereby draining the mine. This tunnel
is now 105 feet long and will reach a
toi.il length of 250 feet, before opening
the ore body under the shaft. Mr. Bau
man, who is the original discoverer
and principal owner of the Swiss Girl
claim, is full of hopes to sec this mine in
connection with the Lawrence opened
up thoroughly in the near future.
nolbrookis getting quite a heavy
tHde fwm Tonto Sin. As SOOn as
the wagon road can be improved to that
point wj shall do the majority of the bus
iness from that section. Critic.
this true! If so what is the matter
with our merchants? Are our roads too
bad to be traveled or are our business
men allowing themselves to be under
sold, so the citizens of our county can
do better by spending their money in
Apache county? If so, the next thing
we hear, Tonto Basin will want to be
annexed to Apache. Preseott! Make
hav while the sun shines.
Florida will be a republican state in
iSSS. New railroads are being built
there, and many northern people are es
tablishing homes. Albuquerque Journal
A BLO W DEED.
C. P. SUntou Shot Down Is Cold
BIo.i While Seated Ih
Thrw Mexicans Commit th
On of Whom Was Kllloo
and Two Eseap.
Another chapter of blood hat been
added to the already crimson pace of
history of Antelope creek, in the Weaver
mining district, in which two men were
killed. The idace.for a number of vcars
has been a foul blot on this county and
territory on account of the deeds of
blood which have been enacted there
and it is hoped that this one may prove t
to be the end of a series of murders by '
the breaking up of the gang which in
feats the place.
The tragedy of which we now write oc
curred on Saturday night last, November
13th, one of the victims being C. P,
Stanton, n well known resident
of this eountv, the other being
O.VK OF HIS SLAYERS
A Mexican supiosed to be Cisto Lucero,
who made an attempt on Stanton's life
four years ago for an alleged insult to'
But little particulars liave yet leen
received of the tragedy but from a cour
ier who arrived early yesterday morning
to notify the officers and from u telegram
sent by J. H. Hamilton it is learned that
on Saturday night a little aftcrsix o'clock
three Mexicans arrived there and asked
the wy to Walnut Grove, saying they
had a train of pack animals en route to
that camp. At this time Mr. Stanton
was seated at a table in hi. store reading,
the conversation being directed to his
employe named Kelly. Stanton on hear
ing the conversation called out "come
in", "come in," when two of the
Mexicans entered and immediately
OPEXEP A FUSIItDK
At both Stanton and Kelly. The former
received three shots in the breast, one of
them passing through his heart killing
him instantly. Kelly then put out the
lights when the Mexicans retreated, fir
ing as they went. Kcllv procured a
rifle and shot through the window kill
ing one of the murderers supiosod to be
The report that Lucero is the man ar
rested on a charge of attempting to kill
Stanton a few months ago is erroneous
that being Pedro Lucero, father of
Cisto. At the time of that attempt
Stanton claimed that Cisto Lucero was
alo one of the parties but he made his
C. P. Stanton the murdersd man fas
s native of Ireland, about 4j years ot
age and wxi a man of good natural abil
ities and of fine educatiun. lie had
traveled all over the world nearly and
spoke French and Spanish almost as flu
ently as he did his native tonjue. lie
has resided in this territory since 1869
a great portion of the time at Antelope
where lie was killed. For a long time he
possessed a great influence over the
Mexican population there but of later
HAS BEEX IN' TROUBLE
And ha.1 claimed that his life has been
in constant jeopardy. The sequel proves
that these fears were not without good
grounds, although he was possessed of
that determined courage that cost him
his life rather than submit to being
forced from the country.
News Notes and Comments.
Silver has passed the $1 notch
One colored congressman is elected
from Noith Carolina.
Mrs. James Brown Poiter of "O.-tler
Joe" fame has gone to Europe.
Damaging floods reported i 1 France.
The Prince of Wales is 45 years old.
The Bulgarian situation is approach
ing a crisis.and war may be declared any
Seven thousand miles of railroad
tracks have been laid in the United
States since January 1.
Republicans have gained several con
gressmen at the recent election while
the democrats gain one senator.
Colonel John Hay, who wrote "Jim
Bludsoe," says that when he first heard
Charloue Cushman recite that poem he
wept and wondered who on earth cocld
hare written it
Colorado pipers are demanding a
game law for ihe projection of buffalo
and other large game. They assert that
the buffalo of that state will' scarcely
reach into the hundreds.
The San Francisco Post says Clever
land was 'pitchforked from a provincial
lawyer's office into the presidency."
The Albuquerque Journal thinks he will
be removed in 188S by a scoop shovel
in the hands of a disgusted people.
What the friend of the family says:
"It is, indeed, a lovely child, Mrs. Yung
kuple." "Who does it look .like?",
"Well, its ejes resembles yours; but its
mouth reminds me more of," ttc etc.
What he means: "Great Caesar! What
a pug-nosed, flat-faced little beast! It
looks more like one of the monkeys in
the park than any thing else I can think
General Scofield has called the at
tention of the war department to the
lack, of funds for maintaining the beacon
on the Bartholdi statue on Bedloe's is
land. If no funds can be had from
Washington the goddes will hare to
wait, General Scofield thinks, until the
bill establishing a light on the island
and an appropriation for maintaining it
passes at the next session of Congress,
before her torch can be kghtsd again.
CftPITU PRIZE. SI50.0Q0.
Wr an b-rrtT tmrn tt;i .Lim.i.
QuarKily Urawnj of the lxntl..
sk uU conuut lb. Drrnk ll:rDivlTf.
l lbCttli..uipiakVrit lucc-d wltU hine
'j. talrorkk. hqu iu cikmI riili Inwunlail pr.
tir, sua WHUtlioifrr the Coiurtoy li. a-r
ihli crtlSctc wliu fo- iu..ieor oariti.
lt.b.. Ip iu rtTrtlrrn.nt."
Wt it- uitdrrticutc' bsiA tod banker
will Il Prtxc drawn n Thr LocisUc
atitn fotlrir b:rb m t presented t
Pres. Louisiana National Bank
4. . KII.BKKTH.
Pres. State National Bank,
f'res. New Orleans National Bank
furirecedenled Am action.
Over half a Million Distributed.
!m.rfuiine. in IsSS far S jt iv dj iLr
Lt-r ,nri:rc 'or educational ana .'hnrltatlr
rtrp.w.- wl 11 a. ptial orIC.tiO to wblcli
miw f.m.t ..for r J5V.J.UJ b luc beer
4 Id u.
li) -.liiuerwlieiiul g i-opulur vole Iti rrn.
shtMwa made a pan or toe prrxuntHtal
Constitution adopted Inembt! Sd, . IX lira.
t Ur-.ud Miiqcle SaalM-r IU.miiix.
will lake plc monthly Jt ne.-t: icale or
ltsak i th- riM Inr Itt.trlbu- toa:
IM.k UrauU Maul hi j
Eitraordiiary Quartet !y Drawing,
..rmSrwiy f Maale, Aew Ottrana
Taraday, B-reaabrr 14. 1HH.
Coder ibe tron'. superrMoii anu rr.nn
iea. M. T. Stesarrganl.ar Liwaltlaaa, sad
Urn. Jabal .1. Karlj-.orVlrxluli.
. CPiUl PRIZE $150,000.
.nle- Virk-ia nre Tea llollarwOaly.
list or fuizrs.
1 CAPITAL FK1V.K JIXUMO
1 GRANT) PRIZE Of .WiuO. 50.
1 i.KiSB f .I7.E OF I0AHX' 2-,
JLUOEI'RIZES OK 1W 2),
I.VKOg ntl.KS OH" 5.10J -JO.
hi PKiZfc. ok t oooi ant
t u Jj . i i
1U0 lo ion i .. ... . i ,, OS
23 do -imi 4U.0lU
UK rt-t loo wui
lux do w i jv
afrjcoAlMATlos v Hires.
1M Apprnimnilnn IT'f" "f ttv i-.UX)
Iu do '! lou lv. to
100 on t'. TJ 7A
S.Xli Prizes, amoantlUK ' J,V30
Appllcfttioa for rai to clut noulu l.e
awleoiily to tbe office of the Co Kip nr lu
r'nr lurtber Inf"riUktlon a-rte tlcjrlv,
cg lull d sits. I'ORTAI. .OTi:, trsprent
Hjn-y Orle , or Nc York Kreaatije. la
rdluary leltr. Corr .cr by Extre
35. A. BAlfi 1.
w Orlens 1.
r . A. OAL'l'JUlX.
n'Mkincluii, n K.
Make P. 0. frlotiey Urdrs aavable
and addrtfss Registered Letters to
1(W OULKtX WTIOXAI. UI K
Twenty or Ihiny
To Cut Ties.
In the Woods
Apply to Wil. N. KELLY,
Sacrctary P.& A.C,RJt.
At store of Kelly & Stephens.
GREY EAGLE STSBUS
Granite Street, Preseott
Run stages from Preseott to Alexandria
and return twice a week, carry in
passengers and freight.
Will Leave Preseott
Even' Monday and Friday
Morninw at 7 o'clock, returning
ev ry Tiie?da' and Satur
day, Liny, IU ui Sals Msl
di7 SHULL & AUSTIN.
BREGHT & THRONE
At the Old Stand.
Jarry a full Stock of all Kinds
of Blacksmith and Wagon
Material, and are pre
pared to do all
OLIVER $- 00.
Ash Fork, A. I.
DELINQUEN r NOTICE.
UKLATIOV OF PRIVCtPAL PUCE
ol ! -sIjtm tun Fi- rbcr, CnUorcla.
Wahoo work WeitcriliauirDiitrlct,
o!lc Th-'e re i!r!irqtir.t nr n the to)
luwinir drrcribd Mocsot icroutt nfifint.
mrt X . J:lekdo!i tap J5th dr 01 St-utem.
kt. t-C, the tercri! tmajoU it oraalt.
a- nnuii ui me rtfpreiivc t rirrcDOloer,
1000 $ 100 00
300 30 00
McMath Joh 13
Griswold D S U
Jackeon C W 17
Hawks AD IS
Hawks Allie A 19
Zeh Louis. . . 0
Williams T S 22
Gruwold D B 23
Basrett II 1 2o
GriswoldDS.. . . 2I
Deering OA 30
Uecring OA... 31
During OA.. .32
Middleton John Jr .. 3t
Mafth II 3$
Carroll 31 r Jas 40
Auatin Mrs Sarah. . . 41
Oxlev AW.. ... 46
Oxley AW 47
Oteion 11 IS
Deering OA . . . 4'J
Stewart W .V)
CaoweU Til... .52
Hubbard H H. . 53
Oteron H TS
Effonl Mary E . 50
Scott Robert P CO
Garvev Bessie B . . . . 72
Jackson CW. 131
Armstrong Jos . . .133
Baseett H D trustee.. 134
Marsh Louis . . 13ft
Marsh H .139
JacksonC Wtrustee. . 141
Bassctt II D . . 112
DoanePA. . . . 113
Bean Geo U. .. 144
Smith J Buck . . 14.':
Jackson CM.. .1415
Moulton D S . . .117
Jackson C W 14S
Turkington Mrs W Jr 149
Bean Geo H ISO
Oterson H 151
Van StadenDC . .. 153
Lane David 154
Armstrong Jas ... .156
Armstrong Jas. 15S
Oxlev A W ... 168
Tavlor John ISO
Hanlon Mrs E D F. .183
Tavlor John ... . 1S4
Hanlon 1) 1S9
Hanlon Daniel .. .193
Caswell T H 195
Hubbard II II ... 196
Hanlon D 19S
Hanlon D 200
Hanlon D 201
Hanlon D 202
Marsh Mrs L 03
Dean CD 06
207 250 25 00
And in accordance with law. aod an ordea
th: Bjr-1 of Director?, made on the ISIb dij
ot Sen'emb?', iSS0,3 mtur shares of eah
parcel of .u h etock a may be BeceMsrr, vill
be rol& at public auction, it tfce ofii- oiJoo
MldaleUm A: Son. S- rrnri, California,
ou Mondav the Slit day of XoTcmb- r. IkC, at.
the hour of IS o'olo'k m, of nld. .day o pay
na!d delinquent erneul thereon, toirether
aitbcc';of advctU :nc and expeces of the
JOn" U UNT, SeCT'tarj.
( fiice M-io rom-iry treit, Rocra il, 1
Si Kr.nrUco. California. ueUM3 j
The sale of delinquent stock asses-
meat No. 2 of the Bed Rock Mining .
Company is hereby jjortponed until
Thursday, November IS, 1S.SC, at the "
ware ot jonn .MKiuieion c-on, uti
Montgomery street, San Francisco, at
the hour of 12 m. By onlcrof thelioard
of directors. John L. Hcxt,
Fisher is now located
New iron Building
S. W. corner Plaza, and is
prepared with his
of Mercliandise to supply
his old and new customers at wholesale
or retail, he imports
Flour, Grain, Sugar, Coal Oil,
Canned Goods and Meats
By the Car Load,
and is consequently iu a position
to cut and keep cutting
with the cutters,
He delivers goods free of charge
ground every morning.
Baled Hay always cn hand.
Saoeaaaor to San Hata. S. Jtonteiuma St.
Board and Lodging ( .rk) 10
Board by the day $1
Large and Airy Rooms.
Saloon and Bakery Attached,
FreshBread Delivered to
any part of twn.
Palace Saloon,: . :J
.1' ."-' ' I'UK la 1
Montezuraa it rtt.
1 -ia i n:ffy Jbr jrab 1K I bam r-or-tn
d ttils jtulr c r i xltt aae! Ik
bet stock of po4aia twrtt.era Aafeja, a.
Wines, Liquors I G(gars
FJJIST CLASS MUIB.
J. J. Gcss, Prop
Stags Station (on Ash Uil Read)
and Pleasure Hsswl
H'lthln aconvealt dtnaat M Praaxou. x
pie-ni rut ivw ngtM aaai, .
Choice Wines, Lesors, and
Cigars alvrayfl on hand
OLDEST AHD BEST IM ARIZONA.
Bock and Lager
Better than the bett imponed
FOR SALE BY THE
Barrel, Keg and Bottle
GOO 3 CLEAN BEOS.
The public will be wetconse.
JOHN SORG, Propr
Cantrifugal. Boilar Quartz
Concentrators and Grs
filisins Machinery ot Every- Bes
F. A. HUNTINGTON,
45 Fremont Street,
mar2o 3m San Fraaciseo, CsL
We will offer at public sale at
City Peed Yards,
Presoott, A. T.
; Monday Nov. 15. 1888,
an i o coct, p. iu.
A small lot of young foU bloed and
Short Horn Bulls
3Tenr.$ cash or good feptr."
A. A. MOORE & SON.
Smelting & Lo&d Go
41 S I'&siguffterg Strsei.
San Franciino. Caiiferai '
Refiners cf Gold and 5Tvsr Ores aiai
liighest Pnoes i'i : r G-d. Sher and
Lead Ores acd SulpbBKts.
Maaufactufers of- ZSoesmw, also Lead
the coast far working
OLD. SILVER AJSt. t,v:m dSiSB t.S'
PitE.vnss Satjnr, Sur.
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. i - -pud. Uciun fruBitt
satveUlUtroa tbe BuUaa
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w4 a H l ae principal atalloaa.
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to for VerJ-.
via v.ucu spnn tothaGrandCa
tne utwiuii, iuu -j.
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tiarjv.i, . ...itva t ,jlU1 i.! Irailo Caaf
W. A. BISHSIX.
..-nn.: iatener Axeat.
I: B. EOr.I - US.
Qn ri t -"'-r. Hwoneroae.y. M.
. ii. K. i:0BJLKhs05,
riciAK i.vi SUECtai,
Office on iloutocxaa street,
"-lit. i,: ..t & Cb'a Dragaaawj
l F. EGGERS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
1HSTR1CT ATTORNEY OF YAVAPAI
CRfice in Coert House Pn
C. A H D . f r HAWUM
HERNDON & HAWKINS,
TTOftOEYS A. SO COUNSELORS AT Laf
Specsat AtteoridR to corn eyanciog mmi
omee wst of all kinds.
-. ClaAKK. CJLUiirUILL.
ATTaaxBT Ga"KRiL or Ahzsma.
CnrrMSUOH AT lAW
I A. Rata. E. W. WS. Somser H
atajB, WsXLS A KOWAKD.
Atfraeya asrf OBMUora at Law
Pettt, Taraaai Coutlj, Arizona. Win at.
tat -rmmfxlj t i.U basinet entnutas ts
in Vac eworu ol reeort la the ttrrttsry
HENRY CLAY BURKE.
ATT oESE? AKD OU.V SELOR. -AT-LAW.
wwm ysMStca la all tha eocru of ir'naa.
tn itut Tkrta IpanmenU la Waa-
uaa Wooia 2o. a. oTer Sui of Ajaaaaa.
Prascott, A. T.
BAM OF AEIZONA
HKESCOTT, A T.
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9rjaeja1 ettics A fai.ed SXiUt boaaat
.0 J-Lady Agents actuaHf
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5-i ssii'td Rail.
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