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WE DXE5DAY. NOVEMBEE 17. 1R3J
Ma TKellcy is still advertising for
tic c tiiew, teamsters and graders.
Ben has a bad dog.
Mary has a pet lamb.
TeUBill to sell it.
Jt is about time Aacher, the mau sent
to Albuquerque for 100 men to work on
the A. P. i C. railroad was back with
, tnem. ,
The Hoof and Horn came out a little
late, but the boys had to celebrate the
election of its proprietor as probate
judge. They promise promptness here
after. A. H. Wright, who so long held dawn
cases in this office has takon his depart
ure for Caliioania to see his wife who is
there in ill health. He is a good prin
ter and may the best of luck attend him.
Briggs Goodrich and some of the dem
ocratic newspapers are crying out fraud,
and talking about contesting. Five
illegal votes against such a man would
be harder to find than fifty for him.
"Sunny where i your father.?"
"Guess lie's down to sheol by thit
"Yes sheol. Mother said he wa going
to sheol as fast a ho mould."
"I like the man who all mean things
despises; A man who has a purpose
firm and true; Who facts every doubt
as it arriye?. And murmrs not at what
ha find to do."
Mr. W. C. Potts seems to be well
content with living at the junction if we
judge by the time she stays away.
When Mr. P.'s work as superintendent
of bridges is nearer Prescntt.weall hope
they will come home to stay.
We object to making news in the way
Col. Albright of the Albuquerque Demo
crat does, by going out every few days
and gettin a thrashing. The people
who want aracy paper roust do the fil
ing, eloping, marrying and dying.
If Gov. Zulick hi to much infuence,
as the Courier would have wa believe.
why did he not see I o it, that this district
was provided with a judge? The truth
iii, he has'nt the influence or takes but
little interest in the welh'are of the terri
tory. Which would you rather brother?
The innocent platter of the children,
a-they come from school, make some of
us with we could lay down the cares of
life and join them, but-we cannot. The
whcrlpool of time carries us on and on,
and the ftrcam of life will dump us over
the crerl.iting falls, and then what?
Mr. K. E. Crosetnau, informs us that
she ia now ready to give instructions in
instrumental music and will answer any
calld tho-e wirhingto employa teacher,
or can !e seen at Mrs. F. W. Williams.
T our jx ixinal knowledge, she is a lady.
oi refinement, has had long experi
ence, and is thoroughly competent.
By kindnaets of Thos. E. Hill, secre
tary of the American Humane associa
te ., we are in receipt of that society's
r.'ath anual report, a book of 115 pages,
w 1! writ ten and nie'y illustrated. It
thott-s flattering progrcc in the good
work of protecting the poor dum brute,
apunet the man brute's cruelty.
There is an elegant little lady at the
junction who would make a happy ad
dition to the let society of Prescott,
r.nd it i- not atal improbihle that she
ri.nit- Ttln-n the Arizona Central rail
rud i- completi'd to thi- place. She is
the wife of Auditor WiUon, who can no
ilomit MTif the road a will here as
there ami would find it a much more
deiircable place to live.
Our contemporary, the Jocksal-Mix-Ei;.
a pilars t have a new nan at the
l:i hi., and this new man is troubled with
a bad i-jiell and rests his mighty "intel
l.k" by trying to improve upon the pa
pr t.ld style abuse of Gov. Zulidk and
o'iit gviitlrinen, just as it he imagined
tl.jt !'r-ctt people have not been nous-
. -' v.it'ii stuff by other J. M.
ViuV is. ,urier.
ln"t worry brother abont the people
of Present t not liking the tune of this
rujr or imagine that they have the
fame reason for swcllowing Zulick's
dr mocratie electioneering measures, and
calling them "reform policy," as has the
Cnuner. As to the "new man's bad
Hell," nearly every l.dy has it, and it
will grow on the people of the territory
until we are supplied with other end
! ttT men.
Tiie democratic sdruinc:.?nition has
Ki -i ... tn;sy trying to make a good
st:. vmi; in the stale elections that it
li- iftl.ft.il m provied this judicial
: T.-t with a judge. The'eonciquence
la ti.at tilt regular term of court will be
postponed fi.r ii'-:irly a month, and men
wh li ivi Mini:iioiiMil to appear
nest Monday, are here, and will contin
ue to come. This may be a small mat
ter to the president, and Gov. Zulick,
but not ti the men who have left their
hnniC" and their work and come, some
more than a hundred miles, to attend
court, and must either return or remain
here a mouth, at their own expence.
S !!. dir. :igo a oor fellow who had
f :u sixty miles was informed by Judge
llu-h of the state f affairs, and of course
could do nothing but take democratic
soup. AH tich men should be paid for
thirs trouble and expense and now we
would like to ask, who will pay them?
The Official Count.
The Board of stiervitors completed
the official count of the election returns,
tolay The result is the same as previously
an lounrcd in these columns there being
but a slight change in the majorities.
The republicans elect only three of the
county ticket as follows: Bashford,
Treasurer, by a majority of 177 ; O Neil
Probate Judge, by S ; Brccht, Supervisor
by 12. The balance of the ticket was
carried by the democrat by the follow
ing majorities: Smith, Delegate to Con
gress 2.V; Strauss, Superintendent of
Pubh" In-triirtKin .MO; Mulvcnon,
Sneriif. ',(; ilerndon. District Attorney,
711; Carrier, Assessor, 325; Home, Ke
cordcr, 213. The democratic legislative
ticket is elected by about an average
inajcrjty of 175.
Fmm Friday's Daily,
Little Jim Regan, a good print, came
in last evening and is helping us out.
.Some one says: "Money is close."
Grab it then. New Haven News.
Beef tongue and ox-tail soup make
both ends meet.' Prairie Farmer.
Advertising is a great deal like mak
ing love to a widow it can't be over
Flounder, Salmon, Rock Cod, Smelt
Silver Perch, Shrimps and Oysters, just
arrived at Ben Butler's Chop House.
Governor Tritle shows his faith in the
section of the territory by buying the
Dwyer raneh adjoiniog town.
There were two men elected to office
in Mineral Park precinct, one receiving
only one vote and the other three.
L. B. Beach, Eep,, son of his father,
came in from Los Angeles, on a visit to
us all, and each and every one of us are
glad of it.
Ranchman John Wright, of William
son valley left to-day for his home with
a load of lunber, and some candy for the
We asked twenty persons to-day if
they knew any thing, and they all said
they did not. The insane asylum was
built at the wrong place.
Photographer (mechanically) Now,
look pleasant, please. (With agitation)
! Oh, don't smile quite so much ; I have
only a small plate in." Grip.
The Tombstone Daily Democrat has
retired from the daily field and will here
after be run as a weekly. It put in
hard licks, and we admire it for it, but
deplore the work it helped to do.
Prescott, Arizona Nov., 1886,
The thanks of Arizona Lodge No. 1,
I. O. O. F., are hereby tendered to Mrs,
S. Aurmiller for her kind attention to the
late I. P. Ingwerton, during his illmss.
S. Carlin, N. G.
Judge every man by what he can not
do, and you would find no man of abil
ity. Judge every man by what he has
accomplished in the field with which he
is familiar, and you get at his real size.
N. Y. Examiner.
FBOM 8ATCTtDAY'8 DAILY
Lieutenant A. L. Smith, will leave
Fort Huachuca, on a leave of absence of
thitty days, on account of ill health.
W. C.Witts, troop E, 4th cavalry, now
"Iney are slaves who would not
choose, Suffering, hatred and abuse.
Rather than in silence shrink, From the
truth they need must think. They are
slaves who date not be, In the right
with two or three."
An important real estate transaction
has just leen consumated, we learn from
the county clerk's office where the deed
is filed for record, transferring Daniel
Dwyer's ranch to Governor F. A. Tritle.
The tract containes 10G acres, and sold
for 13,000.00, which shows that Prescott
property is worth a fair figure.
Nearly every territorial exchangd still
carries a four column tabic of election
returns, waiting for some out of the way
prccint to make them complete. For
goodness sake take it out. If you don't
the defeated candidate will stop his pa
per and order out his advertisement.
Fogg The worst break I ever made
was at i wedding a short time ago.
When I congratulated the couple I was
rather embarrassed and I wished them
many happy returns of the day. Row
That was a sort of a silly speech. Did
it provoke the newly married couple?
Fogg O, no. They thought it was all
right. You see, they were from Chica
go. Boston Transcript.
M. P. Bowen is meeting with fair suc
cess canvassing for Gen. John A. Lo-
ganjs new book, in the city. It contains
a faithlul review of the causes and oc
curences which led to tiie rebellion.
It also contains fine steel engravings of
the men who were the leaders in bring
ing on the war and those who tried to
prevent it. As the book is only sold by
subscription, those disking it can do no
better than give their order to Mr. Bow-
No one who has a home of his own
need ever be idle. There is alwavs some
thing to Ik done to promote the con
venience r the comfort of the home,
and, in the absence of work giving mon
ey remuneration, mukingthe home more
pleasntit and comfortable is the best
paying job which any man can under
take. It is a sign of shiftlesness, if not
worse, to see a man idle when a day's
work might be will exjx-nded in batten
ing doors and windows against winter's
rude blasts, or in providing some simple
conveniences long needed i-v the good
housewife to lighten her work. Indus
try always finds work to do. Western
More men in town to attend court.
Notice was not given in time, of the ad
journment for it to reach the remote
sections of tho county, so they have
come many miles at great extense for
no purpose. But that makes no differ
ence to the administration as Arizona
has no voice in the presidential cam
paign of 1S68. Indiana, or any other
doubtful state would not have been thus
neglected. A Judge for this district is
hat we need and should have had in
time to open court next Monday morn,
The Dudes' Reception.
The new hose cart of the Dudes was
examined and admired bv a great manv
ladies and gentlemen of Prescott last
evening, at the armory hall of the Pres
cott Rifles, and the mcmlicrs of the
company were congratulated on their
beautiful new vehWe. Old Boreas sur
prised the company and friends by send
ing a breeze through the crevices of the
building making overcoats in demand
among the gentlemen and wraps among
the women, there being no facilities for
heating the hall. Dancing was com
menced at an early hour to what every
body said was the best "dance music"
ever heard in Prescott. furnished by
Professor Thomas and two members of
the Ninth Infantry orchestra from
Whipple, and kept up until about 11
o'clock, when the frigid temperature of
the hall admonished them to cease.
Aside from this unexpected circum
stance, over which the Dudes, warm
hearted though they be, had no control,
tho affair was a very pleasant one
worthy of the boys who possess the silver
UoBfet ef the to depart at.
stationed at Fort Huachuca, haa been
ordered to Whipple Depot, as mechanic.
Corporal W. H. Boor, will return
to Fort McDowell, from Whipple Bar-
A general court martial is appointed
to meet at Fort Marcy, N. , M:, on the
18th of this month.
1 be Arizona Central was lucky in
securing the services of J. E. Butler,
transportation agent. He is active, ac
curate and honest.
Private B. F. Condra, company H,
22d infantry has been adjudged insane,
and will be taken to the hospital for the
insane at Washington, D. C.
The headquarters of the 13th infantry
has been ordered chan ged from Santa
Fe. to Fort Wins-ate. Santa Fe will be
sorry' to loose the 13th band, the best in
Ed. Lowe, Esq., station agent at the
junction, for the Atlantic & Pacific, does
more work than any two men on the
road. If he don't kick it isn't because
he hasn't a kick coming.
I have found that the only true and
substantial friendship that exists, is that
kind which discovers to me my faults
in private and defends me in public.
Gov. Zulick could have used his
wonderful influence with the adminis
tration to good advantage by having s
postoffice ettadlisbed at Prescott Junc
tion where there are several hundred
people need one badly.
The rumor that wages have been cut
to one dollars day and board, on the A.
P. & C. railroad is false. They still are
paying from a dollar and s quarter to a
dollar and sixty cents and board, and
want all the men they can get
Mr. and Mrs. Batchford have the only
stopping place at Prescott Junction, and
are doing their best to accomodate the
traveling public and are succeeding re
markably well considering that every
thing is new, lumber and other supplies
hard to get.
J. E. Kelley, superintendent of con
struction on the P. fc A. C. R. R., is
the right mau in the right place, and is
on the go night and day, or, as much so
as it is laesible for him to be. He re
turns from the end of the track to the
junction between nine and ten in the
evening, attends to getting things ready
to take out the next day, and gets up
at three o'clock in the morning,
and leave the junction at about four
and goes to the front where he remains
all day. No man could do more.
"Darriager, that was polite of you to
give your seat to that lady in the car
"Well, yes, Bromley. I always try to
be polite. I was extremely embarrassed
"She thanked me." Call.
We suppose the preachers all heard
of the bad man that is running this paper.
in the ground, while brother Martin is
away, and were afraid to come around
to ask us to put in that they will hold
meeting to-mrorow, at the usual time
and places. For that or some other
reason they did not come in, but the
church going, people had better put on
their best bib and tucker, and risk a
trip to their usual place of worship.
Don't forget your pocket books.
Governor Tritle and his two youngest
sons, Prof. J. C. Williams, of "the firm of
Williams A Tritle, and F. M. Murphy,
left this morning in company with Prof.
Martin over the government road to
visit Blake & Sons, at the works of the
Waluut Gnne Water Storage company
on the lower Hassayampa. The work
being done by this company is attracting
the attention of New York and London
capital and some of these gentlemen
make this visit in order to be able to
answer inquenee, the nature oi which
we are not now at liberty to make public
Crand Ledge Officers.
The following are the officers elected
and apiointed at the Grand Masonic
ixnlge which recently met in Phenix :
Martin W. Kales, M. W. grand master;
Frances A. Shaw, M. W. deputy G. M.;
Morris Goldwater. U. W. Sen. grand
master; Abraham M. Cohn, R. W. Jr.
grand master; Abraham Marx, Y. W.
G.T.; Geo. J. Roskruge, V. W. G. S.;
Chas. M. Strauss, V.R.G. chaplain; Jas.
A. Zabriske, W. G. orator; M. P. Free
man, W. G. lecturer; Thomas J. Butler,
W. G. marshal; Win. A. Harwood, W.G.
bible bearer; R. N. Fredericks, W. G.
standard bearer ; Chas. L. Coon, W. G.
sword bearer; Homer H. McNeil, W. G.
Senior Deacon; Carlisle S.Abbott, W.G.
Jr. Deacon ; Geo. W. Bird, W. G. senior
steward ; Edmund W. Wells, W. G. Jr.
steward; James M. Ellis, W. G. Pursui
vant; W. H. Cook, W. G. organist; Jos
iah Brown, W. G. Tyler.
Arnold's Black Slab.
The tablets on the wall record many
heroic names of graduates who have
died gallantly. The Major Generals of
the aimy are commemorated by tablets.
One, far up in the quoir, is a slab of
black marble, inscribed :
: MAJOR GENERAL, i
: im :
This is to Benedict Arnold, the traitor.
He was needed to complete the list, but
it was considered an insult to put his
name among the heroic dead upon the
walls, and so the damning blank is left.
West Point correspondent to tho
Approposto the above is the black
tablet in Arizona newspaperdom that is
placed there to fill out the list, and is
caused by the traitorism to his party of
John O. Dunbar, and as his name is a
disgrace to honorable journalism, the
tablet reads thus.Epitaph 188C Tomb
stone. Fords "Hole in the wall" Montezuma
Stieit. Fresh candies snd nuts just re
:eiv, 1 ; these goods are nice snd fresh.
I buy in small quantities, consequently
have no old stock oa band. Give me a
Fbom Monday's Daily.
Look out for snow.
Attend the reception to-night.
A disagreeable north wind has pre
Chickens are plentiful in Tucson at
thirty cent apiece.
Pima county elected a preacher as
member of the legislature:
Delegate Bean will bring his family to
this territory to spend the winter. -
C. W. Beach expects to ship 200 fat
steers to the Kansas City market soon.
Sixty Mexicans were brought up from
Albuquerque to work on the railroad
General Miles was tendered a recep
tion at Fort Lowell and Santa Fe on his
The Board of supervisors met at 10
o'clock this morning to canvass the re
turns of the recent election.
C. Company ninthinfantry left Whip
ple to-day for Fort Mohave, leaving but
one company at Whipple.
The Dudes will entertain their friends
at the Armory hall of the Prescott Rifles
this evening with music and dancing.
Members of the hook and bidder com
pany are requested to meet at their
headquarters this evening at 8 o'clock.
General Grierson, formerly post com-
maader at Whipple has been assigned to'
the command of the district of New
C. W. Beach has sold an interest in
his ranch in the Bill Williams moun
tains to a gentleman named Drew.of Cal
The work of canvassing the retnrns is
progressing but will occupy the atten
tion of the board of supervisors another
Jules Bauman will keep open this
evening with a good supply of oysters
for the benefit of those attending the ns-
ception given by the Dudes.
The Pinal Record has been sold to
parties who will move the outfit to Flor
ence to "buck" against Tom Weedin'a
Captain Weston, chief commissary of
this department, has made a very favor
able impression on the people of the
southern part of the Territory. The
Captain by his whole-souled manners is
a favorite wherever known.
Secretary Bayard and Frank Meador
took a Sunday hunt yesterday and ac
cording to the tally furnished by the lat
ter they bagged seventy-nine cotton
tails, forty-two quail, thirteen squirrels,
four jack rabbits, four snipe, two duek,
two coyotes and two hawks.
Ex-Governor Tritle returned to-day
from his visit to Walnut Grove. He re
ports the work of excavating for the big
dam of the Walnut Grove Water Storage
Company progressing favorably. The
company expects to commence the con
struction of the dam next Monday. A
railroad is being built up the side of the
mountain for transporting rocks to the
scene of work.
Patrons of this paper have become
painfully aware of a needed change in
its mechanical "make-up," while no one
was more "worked up" over the fact than
the editor himself. A complete reorgan
ization of the force was effected to-day
trom which we expect better results than
heretofore as soon as needed changes
can be effected and which will be speed
The election for city officers will occur
on the first Tuesday of January. Here
tofore no party lines have been drawn,
the race being, a free for all. The first
announcement of candidates apcars in
this issue, the candidate being J. E.
Brown, for Chief of Police. Mr. Brown
has made an unsuccessful race for the
position but has assurances of support
which causee him to believe he can be
succeesful this time. One thing is cer
tain, if elected he will make a good officer.
An Obstacle to Physical Well Being
Physicians rightly characterize con
stipation as an obstinate impediment to
thu welfare of the body. The perform
ance of the more important functions,
such as digestion, biliary secretion and
an active circulatiou of the blood, are
interrupted by it in a greater or less de
gree, as the development of the com
plaint is incipient or mature. Not at
once, of course, but with reasonable
promtitude, Uoetelter's Stomach Bitters
will remove every symtooi to which it
gives rise, as well as the minor maladies
that spring from it, among them indiges
tion and chronic billiousness. From
drenching cathartics it is vain to liojve
for permanent benefit, and there are
few purgatives that arc not violent and
profuse in their operation. Blue pill
and calomel, are designed to act ujon
the liver only, and taken frequently arc
pernicious to health. The bitters pro
duces relaxation of the bowels without
pain, and a renewal of their regularity.
It also conquers fever aud ague, rheu
matism, neuralgia and inactivity of the
McCakhojc Urfer In Prescott, No
vember 14, 1886, by Rev. Father Gobitosi,
Mr. John McCarron and Mrs. Ellen Ur
fur, both of Prescott.
. FOR CHIEF OF POLICE.
The undersigned, by request of many
citizens, rcspectfuly announces himself
as a candidate for Chief of Police, at the
ensuing city election.
J. E. BROWN.
Prescott, Nov. 15, 1886.
List of Packages
Remaining undelivered at Wells, Far
go & Co's express office: Board man and
Brookncr, Donnelly, Mrs. R. Goddard,
C. C. Hall, W. W. Hutchinson, W. W.
Johnson, J. H. Jordan, T. Kellar, E. E.
Lincoln, J. R. Liston, E. W. Monroe, D.
Muller, Robbins & Co.,G. W. Sessions,
J. P. Stoam, G. W. Wood.
Fom Tuesday's Daily
Our town is filling up with strangers.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvord Aitkcn will re
ceive their friends this evening at their
residence in Eaot Prescott.
J. G. Albright, editor of the Albuquer
que Democrat, and the Adonis of Nc w
Mexico journalism is in town we hear,
Kentucky sour mash whisky double
ta: iril good and genuine Tennessee
whit rye at uie Cob Wob.
Applications for information relative
to the opportunities for investment in
mining property are Incoming numer
J. L. Fisher yesterday received a large
consignment of goods, among the lot
being a choice lot of all kinds of crack
Adam Conrad, an old resident of
Flagstaff, was brought to the hospital in
Prescott a short time since for treat
ment. E. H. Witherell, manager of the Gos
per Cattle Company, placed six carloads
of cattle on the company's ranch at
Coyote Springs last wek.
"Great Scott 1" A prospective libel
suit, the first in fifteen years. It seems
like old times. Luck may uot yet have
Mrs. 11. H. Curtter, who has been ly
iug dangerously ill at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. Toe for some time, is
slightly improved in her condition to
day. H. G. Toblcr, formerly foreman of the
Belle mine was shot and seriously,
though probably not fatally injured a
short time since at Calico, California by
a Mrs. Ricketts.
The days of high prices in Prescott
have passed away. Drugs and patent
medicines are selling at New York
prices at Robinson's drug store south
There is talk of a contest by Briggs
Goodrich for the seat of Dr. Goodrich in
the next Territorial council, on the
grounds that the Ycrdc precinct of that
county is in Yavapai county.
Chew "Piper Heidseck" and "Tokay,"
Smoke "Aitkens Best," Stargo," "Silk
Tie" and "M. E." cigars. "Siwrtmans'
"Caporal," "Full Dress," cigarettes and
various other brands of cigars and cigar
ettes at Aitken's.
N. B. Bowers, chosen by the P. 4 A.
C. R. R., U. r. Andrews, chosen by
John Duke, and J. B.McCutchcn, chosen
by the above two named parties, consti
tuting a board of appraisers, went out
to day, to appraise the damage accruing
to Mr. Duke, for the right of way through
his ranch for the railroad.
The card which appeared in the morn
ing taper from Secretary Bayard lias
created an unusual demand for back
numbers of the Jouuxal-Minei:. Extra
papers of the various editions of the last
three weeks, which have been done up in
bundles to be cold at "four bits" a hun
dred have found a ready sale at ten cents
a copy, the supply being inadequate to
Louis St. James is in from the railroad
Court has been adjourned in rrescott
until December 13.
J. McCarron and Mrs. Urfer took their
friends by surprise on Monday night by
joining their fortunes and their lives in
the bonds of matrimony. The affair
was a very quiet one. After the cere
mony the bride and groom with a few
intimate friends partook of a bounteous
wedding dinner prepared by Mr. and
Mrs. Bauman at the parlors of the latter.
May good fortuuu attend the newly
Secretary Bayard places too high a
value on his opinion in regard to an
Apache Indian. The rumor of his alleged
assertion on the subject was put in this
paper inadvertently and through care
lessness, not as an item of iunortancc,
but to fill up space in the absence of
real news. The people of this territory
do not care a "continental" what an ex-
pedagogue from the rural districts of
Maryland thinks of the Apaches.
Chas Thompson, who is interested
with Judge Sumner Howard, in the
Mayflower mine, in Cave Creek dis
trict, brought in two burros loaded with
ore last week, from the mine for exhib
ition in the public cabinet. This mine
is showing up as one of the he t proper
ties in this county. A shaft has lecn
sunk 160 feet on it and a cros cut run
on the 70 feet level shows a vein 24 feet
in width, carrying ore all the way, a
largo part being very high grade ore.
We expect to sec good results from this
A profitable fruit is the pomegranate.
G. W. Mauk has on his place five bushes
about seven years old, from which he
sold this year $22 worth of fruit, besides
what was consumed by the family and
was given away. These five biuhes oc
cupy less than two square nH of
ground. An aero at this rate would con
tain 401 Luslic;-, which, at $1.40 per buth
at seven years, would give a gross re
turn of $17C0)cr acre. This is decided
ly startling, but, at present price?, C7
cents per dozen for large fruit and 23
'cents' for second grade can be realized.
While the demand for this fruit is lim
ited the supply is still more so, which
accounts for the present price. The re
tail price is 10 cents each. Gazette.
Frobablr as much miscrv comes from
habitual constipation as 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 they will be found pleasant to the
tas.tc of women and children. 25 cents.
At all druggists. J. J. Mack & Co., pro-
paietors, S. t.
handsome two story cottage, with
good outhouses, well, etc., on McCormick
street. Apply to J. Thorbeck, at new
bakery, near Mrs. Boaca's restetusat. t
I can safely recommend Elv's Cream
Balm for the cure Catarrah, Cold in the
Head, etc. Before I have used tne bot
tle I purchased I find myself cured. At
times I could scarcely smell anything
snd had a headache most of the time
Henry Lilly, Agent for the American
Express Co., Grand Haven Mich. Price.
Wo are offering an elegant line of
ladies underwear at cost, and the very
latest designs in neck niching. Call
and see our bargains even if you do not
want to buy.
M. GOLDWATER 4 SOJT.
Candidates for city offices should come
to the front with their announcements
It is generally the fellow who has little
or no business of "his own who is med
dling with other people's business.
A. B. Griffin, brother of Judge Griffin
arrived here yesterday from New York.
The meeting between them wan the first
in thirty years.
Tom Uin Kee, the Chinese merchant,
has just received a large consignment of
goods from the Ontut at his Granite
Isaac Bland, of Thompson Valley,
died at the Waldo house last evening.
Deceased Was about forty years of age
and leaves a wife and several children.
The appraisers mentioned in vester.
day's issue as having gone out to ap
praise the damages sustained to John
Duke by having the railroad pass
thiongh his ranch, have fixed the same
If the admission of its being an "in
advertency" in printing an "alleged
assertion" of Secretary Bayard in regard
to an Apache Indian, instead of an item
of "real, news" during a scarcity of the
latter, proves to be a satisfactory retrac
tion to his injured feelings, he is wel
come to it as is also his mouthpiece and
The identity of tht. Mexican who -xas
the ringleader of the three who killed
Stanton, and who was killed himself,
remains a mystery. Of forty Mexicans
who were present at the funeral there
was not one who could identify tho re
mains of the dead Mexican. C. T. Stan
ton had previously requested of Coroner
Ford that :n case he was killed that his
remains be buried on the hill above Ius
house, and the request was complied
F. M. Murphy, who recentlr relumed
from a trip to Walnut Grove says that
our citizens should bo more alive to the
importance of the enterprise inaugurated
there by the Walnut Grove Water Stor
age Company and the need of a wagon
road to secure to Prescott the trade of
the company. The company will short
ly have 200 men in their employ, and
while heretofore purchasing supplies in
Prescott, the merchants of Phenix are
bidding for the trade with good prospect
of success unless better facilities are af
forded for communication letween the
scene of their operations and Prescott.
We have been informed that a certain
individual yesterday publicly remarked
that under certain contingencies he
would "take a club to the editor of the
Journal-Miner." If such is the case
and the aforesaid individual feels
mai ne nas any gnevance, real or
imaginary against the editor of this pa
per, he is respectfully informed that he
can easily find him "at home" in the ed
itorial room of the paper. He is warned.
however, that if ho goes monkeying
arounu mis eauoriai ranch ana uuuer-
takes the ''clubbing act" he wants to
either bring something more formidable
than a wagon spoke wrapped up in pa
per or else bring the coroner along to
take charge of his carcass.
The reception given by Mr. and Mrs.
Alvord Aitken, last evening, was attend
ed by a large number of their friends
and their cosy little residence in East
Prescott, w.is the scene of much mirth
and social enjoyment. This young
couple has started out on their matri
monial journey under most auspicious
circumstances and the hope of the
Joi'RJfAL-MiXEtt as well as their many,
very many, friends, is that no clouds
may ever obsenre the sunshine of their
happiness, that their entire life may be
surrounded with wann and loving
friends, as at present, that prosperity
may attend them and smile bounteously
on them and that the joys and comforts
of their declining years may be as great
as those of their youth.
Work for the Soldiers.
In addition to the orders published
relative to drills, General Miles has is
sued the follouing to the officers and
soldiers under his command :
With the view of obtaining the latest
and most accurate .topographical infor
mation to enable the Engineer officer
of the department to jwrfect his com
plete maps of the Department, there Will
be detailed, at each post, to take charge
of-.ihis duty or.o officer or non-commissioned
i-tfifcr ami one 'enlisted man
as astistaiit. Thote in charge will be
furnished by the department engineer
officer at these headquarters with the
latest available information regarding
land, geological and Wheeler surveys,
and will lie charged under the iost com
mander, with the mapping of their dis
tricts of observation. Upon completion
maps will from time to time be sent to
the department engineer officer for com
pilation. In time of field work, acting
post engineer officers will be allowed two
men as assistants, with necessary escorts
supplies and transportation. Before
commencing field work, acting engineer
officers will make requisitions for the
necessary compasses and odometers, and
will submit a definite plan of work for
the season. Work should be plotted on
a scale of two miles to one inch ; maps
should show names of mountain ranges,
canons with trails, limits sf foot-hills,
names of streams and of ranch owners,
location of water, roads, etc. Notes
should show economic features of the
country, timber, grass, whether- barren
etc., so as to enable the compiler with
his better facilities for mapping to add
these features to the completed map3.
Drawing instruments, protractors, rulers
and triangles, with stationary, can be
furnished by the engineer officer. The
latest land office information is always
on file in that office. Wheeler and geo
logical soaps caa be had liosx tht
proper bureaus at Washington, upon
timely requisitions therefor. Conncc-
ions should in every practicable case be
made with land survey monument
wheeler and geological triangulation
points, definite of the railroad survevs,
of boundary surveys, and in fact with
even mark, which by its method of lo
cation, will probably prove to be more
accurately located than could be deter
mined by an odometer, or compass line.
Careful attention will bo sriven to in
struction in signaling and especially in
the use of heliograph instruments. The
most prominent pointa in the district of
country available for this purpose wil!
be examined, and careful practice made
in determining tho exact locality of
each, in order that their positions may
bo so thoroughly understood between
commanding officers, that connections
may be made without delay in estab
lishing of & perfect and complete system
of observation and heliograph commu
nication when desired.
Palpitation of tho Heart.
Persona who suffer from occasional
palpitation of the heart' are often una
ware that they are victims of heart dis
ease, and arc liable to die without warn
ing. They should banish this alarming
HOST PERFECT MADE
FtfMrsd with etricf rerf o Firltr, Sirenf-Ui, as
UMathtclr .- Ir JT Pukderco&taiaa
!AsiinonlxUia A cx or PtospbUM. Dr.Prieas
"i1" ' ---, '-"-'-Tnflr
LOCATION' OF lHIVrtP!. PL ICE
OtbnIocs Sc F.a.U-ct, Ca-ifornla.
Loei:ia ' works Weaver H.uiDf-Dlitrlet,
symptom and cure the disease bv using ' v", ' . , . . .
Vr. l-Jinta Heart Itemedy. At all drug- lowtorescnfistS iier,or aeco:rt of
J. Mack & Co., 0 and 11
Froiit street, San Francisco.
For Fale at a great bargain. Enquire at
the Waldo House. oct2Stf
mtnt K.2; lcjld vn taa lSihdiy oi 3-ptem.
osr, i3mi'.'iua!5Tfai iraojan t-i opposite
tfaa uaroc ot Ike rupeciive ibsrtbolaers, ts
Compound Syrup of Tar, Tolu and wild
cherry curescoldsandcoughs. tf
Brecht fc Tnrone have a carload of
Shuttler, farm & spring wagon3, which
they offer for sale very cheap. tf
Ely's Cream Balm cured me of Catar
rah of many years standing restored
my eenco of smell- For colds in the
head it works like magic. E. II. Sher
wood, National State Bank, Elizabeth,
N.J. Eesy to use. See adv.
Boots and shoes made to order, in tho
most substantial manner, by Wm. II.
Billings at his new shop on Cortez street,
opposite the City Feed Yard. Invisible
patching and general repairing a spe
If your watch is out of order take it to
George LL Curry. Established in Pres
cott!) years. Satisfaction guaranteed,
and price consistent with good work.
All watches repaired by him have card
in back coses and none others warranted.
To all who are suffering from the
errors and indiscretions of j-outliiervous
weakness, early decay loss of manhood,
etc., I well send vou a recij? that wil!
euro FKEE OF CHARGE. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary
in South America. Send a self-addressed
envelope to the Kev. Josci'ii T. Ixmas,
Station D. cw York.
McMatfcvJos . 13
Jackson "G W, 17
Hawks ADt, la
Hawks AllisTA 1!)
Zeh Louis ,. 20
Williams T S 25
Grinwold D B J
Bassett III)... 25.
DecriugO A 30
Deeriug OA. 31
DecringO A v. 32
MiddSeton John Jr. 21
Marsh 11 -. rS
Carroll Mrs Jus? -10
Austin Mrs Sarah . . -11
Osley AW ill
Oxlvy AW H
Oterson II 4S
Deering OA 4.0
Stewart W 50
Caswell Til 52
Hubbard II H S3
Oterson II 5S
Efibrd Marv E 1-0
Scott Bobert P CO
Carver Bessie B 72
Jackson C W 131
Armstrong Jos J 33
Bassett 11 1) trnstcc.m
Marsh Louis 136
Marsh H .l.TJ
JacUonC W trustee. .Ill
8 tm. Amt.
1000 1100 00
Basset! HD ..
Bean Geo II . . .
Smith J Buck. .
Moulton D S. .
Jackfon C W . .
Turkington Mrs W Jr 149
Bean Geo II . .
Van Staden D C
Lane David. ......
OxIeyA W.. -
llinlon Mra E D V
J Taylor John
Standard nerve food, a delightful, as Hanlon D .
tvell as healthful drink, is not a medi
cine, but an invigonitit, the greatest
nerve restorative of the age. This pop
ular drink, which has an enormous sale
all over tho United States, has been in
troduced in Prescott by I.Mercier & Co.,
who are fully prepared to supply tho
excellent drink. o21tf
Tfc "Horr- or Toafh millnx iomr.
Drs. D. and J. Pcntland have, after
considerable expense, commenced the
nia ufacturc of "nitrous oxide gas" for
;L'i absolutely "painless extraction" of
teeth. They will continue to keep a
jood supply always on hand of pure
fresh gas, so that the most timid may
no longer dread the extraction of trouble
sorre teeth. tf
, JTervous Debilitated ilea .
You are allowed a free trial of thirty
days or the use of Dr. Dye's Celebrated
Voltaic Belt with electric susjiensory
appliances for the speedy relief am! per
manent cure of nervous debdi; loss of
vitality ami manhood and all kindred
troubles. Also for oher diseases.
Complete restoration to health, vigoi
and manhood guaranteed. Xo risk
incurred. Illustrated pamphlet, with
full information, terms etc, moiled free j
b .addressing Voltaic Belt Company j
J. L. Fiiher is now located in his new
iron building, southwest comer cf the
Plaza, and is prepared with his immense
stock of merchandise to supply his old
and new customers at wholesale or re
tail. He imports Flour, Grain, Sugar, Coal
Oil, Canned Goods and Meats by the car
load, and is consequently in a position
to cut and keep cutting with the cutlers
He delivers goods free of charge, and
has Fresh Coffee ground every morning
Baled Hay alwar on hand.
NOTICE TO CBEDITORa.
'at of Jnse -h E. "tt V:Z. J r-s J .
No'lce U crreu- treti ti. tmminlrr.ifne'J,
txscctorof the e JjKpfc tl Da I'rssr,
!ec's 0,trtt rr' .i.r ).fctul .l pr4'n
bur Ci'.lniii ifal-n: tbtB.tl d-ii'6j,m
exhibit litem vlia the vse'srx vocciem.
wl liinira juon iis af; t,l flm t i!iu,cnt:..u
of tbls n 'ir-.t the 3Lt(Ituto:a. It
In the c.lj -f l'seott. on tM nnunleo;
the plaza, ;i :iia ImIiiz- the pce for tie
tr&iiiRctlon rl the ba?Jacj of sVd estate in
the coan-r Yi7tt-nl.
EJ-utrof the -tt.-.ii; J'tifpa .1)1 Prez
DjIm . Pre nil. .Vr zoi, O-t-.W 3). If
. . .150
. . . 13 155
. 11 ?j00
....201 100 .
Aud ia a c.ir-Iazce fit!; law and n ordea
the UjrJ or in ctort, ciJcon the 13th dy
of Sep cmbs"-, IssJ.sj kudv .shirts of e:h
prcrl of iu h flock. .i :aay be lit cestary, will
be mid at public a irtion. a: the oQl' of Jao
Midilieton fc gi.n. I rn ie OVlfornU,
ou Muodir the Si'i dny of N-tTCtnb r. IMS, at
the h ur of li o'ul k m, of Jay on;
salJ iteil' qai"jt ; uesstnest thereto, together
Kilh os: ; of S'lYcrlbic; sad expense of lh
30US I- Kl'XT, Secretary.
OCcs-Oi Mm'ectaTV (treet, Koora 3,
Sa FranrijCi:. Ciliforaia. ocl2&3
The sale ot delinquent stock assew
mcnt No. 2 of the Bed Hock Mining
Company is hereby postponed until
Thursday, November IS, lSSfi, at the
office of Jthn Middlelou & Son, 110
Montgomery street, can Fraucirco, at
the hour of 12 in. By .-rdr of the board
uf directors. Jous L. Hi nt,
Caswell T II
Hubbard II II
Hanlon 1 . . .
Hanlon D ...
Hanlon D ...
Marsh Mrs L.
m u a:Mswco ' i tut accevjw or TM
XOT1CK ! hereby elvra that tbe'parw
nt'phr:infora tx-nt-nc between G K
Cbfttwlan i. It. mitu, known as Cn prl
& Hultn sseCoT' nr- "thin day dl-wlvwi
by innmal coneur. i n, rm'th t II !a tht
1 tuure c-ury on lb" b.-lnes nl f!ytt tci
pitt-.prnhlti rtio K. All ttwo. iiibtod to
ineSrmsr ii-rb. no-.. 8" Ui masn c raeo'
to tini, ut nor- r, . u uthoriU-I ta receipt
lhapar(ccrhld bill. O. E. CrtAl-EU
P-rcii, October, U. lui
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