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ARIZONA f KLY .
"WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER S.lSSs
FOR CITY ASSESSOR.
I hreuy ununoe tujtelf at a Candida r
rnr Ibe oilea of citv ucr at (be mmll i
manic p "itctlon. J. w. AlLtUlllAL'
Pretcott. Nor. 1. IsSS.
FOR CITY TREASURER.
(for rec ! -etloajfor tne otn-e of Clt T iff or. r.
al the eniuloe err election.
I licrebT announce tny.elf at a c tiJIJt
fcr the oSice of Cttj Tn.iurer M she enu
dt) e:ecli.r. Lux-. ' 'v xu.fr.
I bercbr snnounte rayjclf a m.dldite for
cl r trriaarcr at the eniui.Ttl-c ion
GEO. S. PnJtTEK.
pTtscott, Dec 2,
FOR CHIEF OF POLICE.
Tbr cndntlgtiej, bj reqaetlrf trnjr cHl
trci. t nfcUuity aamwati i tmorlf a
caadl' ate for Chirf of Poller, av ts ro- Inj
city etectK n. J. K. UMiVS.
l'rriixitt.No -rahrrl5 188.
The undeKiirtifd announces hlmie'.f as
eacdidmte fur re-slecU"n to the o'Si-s of chit'
i.f oiice of "reaeo't. A. !. '.OUsOX.
Pr colt, Dec 3, lt-sft.
From Thursday's Daily.
Taxes are delinquent ou the third
Monday of this month.
Joe Long is on the crippled list again.
It struck him on the shin this time.
An exchange gives a good way to pre
serve the eyes to keep a civil tongue in
Mr. Staid, of the Somnar hou?e, is
having that building remodeled and will
open a lirrt class hotel on the 10th inst
George S. Torter, an esteemed citizen
and business man of Prescott,announces
bimselt as a candidate for city treasurer
Fritz Jcsson, of the Headquarters sa
loon, is to the front with a new adver
tisement. Friti helieves in patronizing
From the number of visitations by
fire which has occurcd recently in The-
nix, the towa seems to have an appro
. It is rumored that the railroad will do
no freiglrt or passenger business this
side of Chino valley until the road
A small social gathering assembled
Lift evening at the residence of Mrs
Home and cnioved the hospitality of
herself and son anil daughter.
Mrs. Kate Byrd, widow of the late
John J. Ryrd, a mining man who died
in Mexico three years ao.died at Gillett
on the 27th ult, cf paralysis.
Uncle" Jimmy More returned last
evening from measuring the fifth tea
mile section of the railroad. He ex
presses himself agreeably surprised at
the good condition of the track.
The Lynx creek hydraulics are being
put in condition to run as oon a? a
supply of water can be obtained. The
owners of them are very sanguine of
making a big run this year.
Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Barrows, who have
been visiting the parents of the latter at
Jackson, Mississippi, during the doctor's
leave of absence, are now stationed at
Fort Marion, near St, Augustine, Fla.
Mrs. F. W. Blake entertained the
member." of the Marina street church
choir at her residence in West Prescott
last evening. The evening was spent
in social convert-, interspersed with
music, and a collation was also spread
for the refreshment of the inner man.
At a meeting of Arizona Lodgo No. 1,
J, O. O. F., h 11 List evening, the follow
ing otGcers were elected: E. C. Lincoln,
X. G.; Thorna. O'Meara, V. G.; E. H.
Cook, Sec; C. H. Allabach, Treas.; W.
Wflkerson, M. T. Herzog and S. A. Lo
A train will shortly b- run on sched
ule time from Chino to Prescott Junc
tion on the Prescott A Arizona Central.
It will leave the Junction about S o'clock
a. m. after the arrival of the cast bound
train on the Atlantic A Pacific. The
construction train will remain on this
end of the line.
Ore is beginning to arrive again, since
the storm, for exhibition in the public
cabinet, showing that the enterprise has
not been forgotten by miners. Some
sixty or seventy sample lot,? are now on
exhibition and by January 1st astranrge
can form a very good estimate of the
mineral resource of this section from
the display 'f ores there.
We are sorry to st-4te that Miss Car
loita Zulick. daughter of Governor and
Mrs. Zulk'k, is seriously ilL Miss Zu
lu', has only been it: Prescott a short
time having K-en in ill health on her
amvil here. It hoped that our salu-bri-
U'" elhtiat may yet prove beneficial
to her and that her health may be
Cvmj 1- teiy r.-tored.
Mr. Jame Cassily who hs In II the
position chi-f .-b-rk at th -ignal otSee
Whijpit barrack?, during the j ist f. ur
years, left this city yesterday morning
for Xew York to visit friends. He is to
be permanently located at Indianapolis,
having leen assigned to the Indiana
state weather service for duty by the
chief signal officer. Mr. Cassidy's departure-
i deeply regretted by his many
friends and especially so by the "boys"
at Uie signal 'tflce, who entertain for
him the warmest feelings of friendship
and esteem. E. R. Demain, recently in
charge of the signal Office at Yuma, has
been assigned to Mr. Cussidy's position.
The powers that !e do not seem to be
ia any hurry alout the appointment of
a new postmaster for Prescott. Post
master Marsh has long since expressed
his desire to retire, but the administra
tion does not seem to le in any hurry
about releasing hini. The Ford family
teems to have the inside track for
the position, but whether it will be
George Washington Ford or Patrick
Fcrd that secure the position is yet an
unanswered conundrum. George W.
has served the people here in the capac
ity of city treasurer, and gave good sat
isfaction. He : well quailficd for the
position. Patrick, or as he is better
known, Warrior" Ford, has also been
honored by his fellow citizens, by being
twice elected coruner and public admin
istrator, and should lie be struck with
pcstoSce lightning he would have to
rvaija. that position.
Fmm Friday's Daily,
Webster Street has located in Phenix.
Royal Arch Cliaptcr meets to-morrow
T. S. Bullock has gone out on the line
to attend to pay day.
Attend to-night's meeting for the or
ganization of a mite society.
The end of the track 19 now only
about sixteen miles from Prescott,
Phenix has found a market for a por
tion of her surplus hogs at El Paso.
There promises to be a triangular
fight for chief of police this year.
Charles Cohen was released from cus
tody yesterday in the sum of f 2,000 baiL
Pat Hamilton is on the sick list and
has gone to Tucson to consult a. physi
cian. Sam Hill took the Crit premium at
the territorial fair for kitchea furniture
and copper ware.
Very few vacant buildings are to be
found in Prescott, either dwelling or
Harry Woods, formerly a typo in this
territory, well known in the larger
towns, is now in Peru.
Jerry Ford has come back to Pres
cott from Flagstaff, where he has been
living for tome mouths.
A telegraph office has been established
at Chino valley station on the Prescott
A Arizona Central railroad.
The sale of real estate of the Moeller
estatehas been postponed until Decern'
ber 29, 1S6. See notice on third page.
The Herald says that from $300 to
1500 will fully complete the insane asy
lum ready for the reception of patients.
W II. McGrew has filed his official
bond as justice of the peace, and J. C
Herndoa has also filed his as district at
torney. P. F. Mitchell, clerk of tht board of
supervisors, desires us to state that
county warrants are now ready for reg'
istcring and election officers.
Tho county board of examiners will
meet on Monday at the office of Probate
Judge J. J. Hawkins to examine appli
cants for teacher's certificates.
Purchasers of holiday goods at George
H. Curry's, secure a chance to win an
elegant prize of an oil painting which
can now be seen on exhibition in his
J . W. Sullivan came in from his ranch
last night. He informs the scribe that
he is now engaged in rounding up five
car loads of fat beef cattle to ship to the
Los Angeles market.
James M. Dobson announces to-day
as a candidate for chief of police. Mr.
Dobson has held the position for several
years, during which time the place has
enjoyed a good reputation for peace.
Our territorial exchanges are com
menting favorably on Governor Zulick's
report to the secretaty of the interior.
As his excellency has not furnished this
office with a copy of the document we
are unable to express an opinion on it.
The appointment of commissioners to
condemn and appraise the compensa
tion due from the railroad for passing
through the Du Prez and Duke ranches,
was to-d.iy jKwtpoued by Judge McGrew
until to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock.
J. C. Herndon represented Mr. Duke
and Messrs Churchill and Howard the
The indebtedness of Graham county
amounts to ?10G,321.GS. The late grand
jury of the county recommend that
their members in the next legislature
use all fair means to have the indebted
ness of the county funded at a lower
rate of interest thaa the outstanding
warrants now draw.
The board of supervisors of Maricopa
county met this morning and ordered
the clerk to advertise for bids for tee
sinking of an artesian well on the court
house square to a depth of 500 feet, pro
vided flowing water be not encountered
before that depth is reached. Tliis is
one of the wisest and most progressive
steps ever taken by the board of super
visors of Maricopa county. Gazetto.
A young man who is enjoying the
hospitality of the county jail awaiting
an opportunity to explain to the next
grand jury a peculiar banking transac
tion which he recently introduced here, as
well as in Los Angeles, California, being
a fugitive from the latter place, attempt-
eel to get a letter off to the San Fran
cisco Chronicle which is on a par with
the one from which we copied extracts
in vesterdav's JorBXAL-MiXEK.
Thiee newspapermen of Arizona were
elected to office at the recent election :
J. T. Fitzgerald, editor of the Clifton
Clarion, was elected probate judge of
Graham county; J.M. Bracewell, of tho
outhwest Stockman, of Wilcox, was
elected as a member of the legislature
from CochL-e county, and Buckey
O'Xeil, editor of the Hoof and Horn, of
Prescott, was elected probate judge of
Yavapai county. The Tucson star is
slightly in error, however, ia classing
W. O. O'feil as a democrat.
rho -Horror"' of Tooth railing Uoar
Drt'. D. and J. Pentland have, after
.i,usidcrable expense, commenced the
ma ufacture of "nitrous oxide gas" for
;b. absolutely "painless extraction" of
teeth. They will continue to keep a
ood supply always on hand of pure
tresh gas, so that the most timid may
no longer dread the extraction of trouble
Mjrre teeth. tf
If your watch is out of order take it to
George H. Curry. Established in Pres
cott 9 years. Satisfaction guaranteed,
and price consistent with good work.
All watches repaired by him have card
in back cases and none others warranted.
Brecht &. Ttirone have a carload of
Shuttler, farm & spring wagons, which
they ofler for sale very cheap. tf
Indigestion or Constipation.
A few Hamburg Figs are all that is
necessary for the cure of the. severest
cases of indigestion or constipation, and
one taken occasionally will prevent the
development of these affections ; 25 cts.
At all druggists. J. J. Mack 4 Co., pro
prietors, San FrsBtisso.
From Saturday's Daily.
Xo mail from the north yesterday.
Read the notice of 200 heifers for sale.
Joseph Burchard, of Ton to Basin, is
Royal Arch Chapter F. A A. M. meets
J. R. Walker will leave for California
on a visit to-morrow.
A. A. Moore hat gone to California
on a ten days' visit.
The loss by the recent fire in Phenix
is estimated at f7,000.
The Prescott Ritles will meet for drill
next Tuesday evening.
Palmer A Sloan's stage brought in
three passengers to-day from Chiuo.
Two teams are engaged hauling bridge
timbers to Granite creek below town.
The sixth ten mile section of the rail
road will be completed early next week.
Sam Hill has been fixing up a steam
pump at Chino valley for the railroad
J. W. Colgan and his force of graders
are at work making a big cut just this
side of Cook's ranch.
Thomas Wing, ex-register cf the land
office, was out to the ranch of his son
yesteiday planting trees.
Quite a number of Yavapai county
people are investing in ranches along
the Gila and Salt rivers.
Mr. McGinnis, of Skull Valley, was in t Infantry, wll issue rations to tho Walla
town to-day and paid his. respects to the j paj id"ijns on u,e 9th instant.
J. J. Gunn, of tho Palace saloon,
placed an elegant new tiga out in front
of his place of business to-day.
"Vindex" has tackled "the Tobacco
Remedy." He writes of science, polities
or tobacco with equal fluency.
F. H. Cavanaugh, of Prescott, and
Miss Jennie Mason, of Whipple, were
married Thursday evening, Dec 2d.
Major A. S. Kimball, chief quarter
master of this department, returned to-
dar from his visit to his family in the
Preaching by the pastor at the Bap
tist church to-morrow evening at
o'clock. Sabbath school meets at 2
California, Oregon and Michigan ap
ples just received and for sale by the
barrel, bushel or pound at Aitken's ci
The Tucson Star savs : What Tucson
is most in need of is pushing, energetic
uroeressive men. such as believe in the
future of not only Arizona, but Tucson
Lieutenant Mason, quartermaster
10th cavalry, will leave to-morrow morn
ing for Flagstaff to inspect horses there
with a view to purchasing for the caval
Miners thtoughout this section who
have not yet sent in samples of ore from
their mine for exhibtion in the public
cabinet should not delay in doing so,
that our mineral resources may be well
represented. With the completion of
the railroad it is reasonable to expect a
large number of visitors and this ex
hibit will prove a benefit to all mtne
The Daily Tombstone says: "At a
game of base ball played recently at Fort
Grant for the championship of Arizona,
and $200 a side, between a nine from
the 4th cavalry, stationed at Fort Hua-
chuca, and one from the 10th cavalry,
stationed at Fort Grant, the game re
sulted in a victory for the Huachuca
boys by a score of 21 to 11." The score
made does not speak very well for the
Col. J. G. Crowley, of the Prescott &
Arizona Central railway, arrived in town
last Saturday morning. Mr. Crowley
has been east as far as St. Louis looking
after rails and other material neces
sarv for the completion of the road.
Fourteen car loads of rails went out over
the Atlantic & Pacific Saturday even
ing, twenty-two Sunday evening, and
six last evening. The colonel informs
us that this last shipment will be suf
ficient to complete the road to Prescott.
General Manager T. S. Bullock has been
indefatigable in his exertions to bring
about the desired result and will have
the road open from Prescott Junction to
Prescott on the first day of January,
18S7. Success to our. sister territory.
A Fountain of Vitality:
The source of physical energy and
mental activity, is the blood. Let this
become vitiated with bile, or thin and
watery in consequence of indigestion
and non-assimilation of the food, and an
interruption of the functions of the
body, and a loss of stamina, flesh and
appetite ensues. Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters is a tonic adapted to restore all
three because it assists digestion and
assimilation, and removes bile and oth
er impurities from the circulation. Pro
tected and strengthened with this
admirable defensive iuvigorant, the sys
tem defies influences inimical to health,
to which, if unregulated and feeble, it
would undoubtedly succumb. Consti
pation, often an obstinate and chronic
ailment, is entirely removed by it, the
liver, kidneys and bladder aroused from
inaction, and a tendency to rheumatism
effectually counteracted. It also eradi
cates malarial disease.
Standard nerve food, a delightful, as
well as healthful drink, is not a meds
;ine, but an iavigorant, the greatest
nerve restorative cf the age. This pop
ular drink, which has an enormous sale
all over the United States, has been in
troduced in Prescott by I. Mercier fc Co.,
who are fully prepared to supply the
excellent drink. o21tf
Compound Syrupof Tar, Tolu and wild
cherry cures colds and coughs.
Piano for Salo
Or will rent the same to a responsible
party A grand square ;will bo sold cheap.
Apply to J. L. Fisher.
Stock for Sale.
I have 200 head of heifers to sell, from
twelve to eighteen months of age. They
come of good American stock. Will
sell the whole lot at a bargain. Apply
W. W. VAXDSRSttT.
From - Monday's Daily.
Another storm brewing.
Court will open in Prescott next Mon
day. Professor Foster's great storm is due
Miss Parce is visiting her friends in
Coles A. Bashford, of Teeplen valley,
G. A. Chapel and wife will leave for
The Dudes will meet at their head
quarters this evening.
Lieutenant Novcs has been transferred
from Whipple to Camp Verde.
A cold wave is reported on its travels
in the northwest headed this way.
There is an unusually long court
docket for the next term of court.
Sheriff 31 ulvenon returned on Satur
day night from a trip along the Atlantic
Goldman & Co's store at Phenix. was
burglarized recently of watcher, dia
Our Mohave county visitors who were
called here in the Cohen case left for
Prof. Thomas will give a promenade
concert and dance at Howcy'a hall on
j Xew Year's eve.
i Lieutenant Robertson, adjutant, 'Jth
Mrs. Hickey, who has been sick re
cently, is now on fair road to health
tinder the skillful treatment of Dr. Rob
inson. The Capitol restaurant is becoming
quite popular with tho lovers of good
eating, as the proprietors re good ca
The Misses Maggie and Ollie Dixon,
of Skull Valley, who are very popular in
Frescott, left for home to-day after a
brief visit to friends here.
J. L. Fisher went out to Chino valley
yesterday and from thence will take a
trip over the Prescott & Arizona Central
railroad to Prescott Junction.
Judge McGrew has appointed T. W,
Otis a commissioner, vice J. R. Walker,
who declined to serve, to appraise tho
damages to the ranch of John Euke by
the railroad right of way.
The Daily Tombstone complains of
not having received a copy of Governo:
Zulick's report to the secretary of the
interior. Hojh? our chief executive has
not allowed his partisan prejudices pre
vent his sending this report to the re
publican press of tha territory.
The friends of Hon. E. S. Stover, f
Apache county, who was a member of
the territorial council two years ago will
be sorrv to learn that he had to under
go recently the amputation of his left
hand. While out hunting his gun was
accidentally discharged shattering that
member so badlv as to require its am
Colonel Albright, of the Albuquerque
Democrat, publishes a good paper, in
fact, too good a paper to exhibit such a
petty piece of malice as he worked oil
against the Williams house of this city.
Inrtead of doing that popular hotel any
iniurv, the colonel lowered himself ma
terially in the estimation of people here
and everywhere who have enjoyed the
hospitality of this house. Mr. Kendall,
proprietor of the Williams house, is one
of the most accommodating landlords
in the territory, and provides for his
guests as comtortably a any hotel :n
New Mexico or Arizona.
THE COHEN EXAMINATION.
Tho Dofondant Exonorated form
In examining the testimony, taken
in the Cohen case, before Court Com
missioner McGrew, we found tliat Spen
cer had for a long time premeditated
an attempt on Cohen's life,having often
boasted in public that he would "kill
Cohen and throw his body into a canyon
so deep that the crows could not fly to
it." The character of the deceased
and his general reputation as being
desperate and turbulent, and his readi
ness to resort to arms to settle his per
sonal grievances, no matter how trival.
combined with his action toward Mr.
Cohen, created the universal impression
in the community where he resided,
that serious trouble would ensue be
tween the two partners whenever an op
portunity, deemed favorable by Spencer,
might present itself, and led to many
warnings being given to Mr. Cohen by
friends of both parties, to le on hi
guard. How prophetic these intima
tions were was clearly shown by all the
testimony in the case. From each
witness as the story of tho affray was
narrated to the commissioner, the intent
of the deceased to carrv out his oft re
peated threats against the life of Cohen,
vividly demonstrated, while tke place
and time selected by him for making
the assault, left no doubt that his plans
had been well matured. That they mis
carried was a general cause for com
ment, with all parties acquainted with
the two men, Sjenccr having in the last
twenty years borne the reputation of
one of the most aggressive and reck
less desperadoes in northern Arizona,
whose prowess as an athlete had won for
him the name of being without a peer
in Mohave county, so far as fistic en
counters were concerned, while his skill
with more deadly weapons had been
long noted, while Cohen is of far
smaller statue and slighter build, and
prior to this difficulty had borne a most
excellent reputation for peace and quiet.
In dismissing Mr. Cohen from custody,
Commissioner McGrew said that while
Mr. Cohen had not even availed him
self the privilege of testifying in his
own behalf, the defendant could bo held
in no way responsible for the death of
the deceased, as from the evidence given
by the prosecution alone, there could bo
no doubt but what Cohen was forced to
pursue the course wliich resulted in the
death of Spencer, as. being absolutely
necessary to the preservation of his own
Asfistant United States District At
torney Herndon, represented the gov
ernment during the examination, while
Attorney General Churchhill ably ap
peared for Mr. Cohen.
From Tuesday's Daily
John IL Smith is on the tick list.
No clue ytt to thr musing treasure
J. L. Fisher has just received 'a lot of
R. H. Burtuiste'r aud family have re
turned from California.
Bauinaun's candies are made right
here in Prescott. Fresh every day.
Prcsti tt Rifles will meet at tficir ar.u-
oiy tm evtmug. Ail members, are ie-
q cited i o aiteno.
Kentucky sour mash whisky double
sta:.i ttd good' and genuine Tennessee
whs. - rye at toe Cob Wob.
Harry Tevaskis, formerly of Turkey
Creek, is said to have struck a bonanza
ia mining at Tip Top.
Tho commissioners yesterday tiled
their report, assessing the damage to
the Duke ranch at $550
For fresh and extra fine candies for
the holidays call at Baumanu's confec
tionery, e-at side of the plaza.
Fred S. Hubbard .formerly of Preecott,
is now a full-fledged phonogruphist and
demx-ratic politican in Chicago.
Ihc Piectt Grays will giic a social
hop ai their siuioij on I'hur.-y even
ing, December 9 r. Tkkct.-, $1.
Nornun McLrod wis yeH-tday held
111 Uie sum ol $500 bd it keep the
peaer for six mot tti by Justice Pnnen
but. Palmer & Sloan's' daily stage line to
the terminus of the railroad leaves Pres
cott at 1 o'clock p. m. Saturday. Office
Wi'iiitn Smith, the trrepress.ble butch
ci -r.,i tv.ck siict, is wi:ldiiig a cleaver
and 5iu once more in the Yavapai meat
Tho following were the receipts of tho
sheriff's office for November: Licenses,
1 1.021 ; fees, ?93 ; United State prison
ers.?l 17.75; total, 1.236.75.
We are under obligations to Hon,
Thos. E. Parish, assistant secretary of
Arizona, for a copy of Governor Zulick's
report to the secretary of the interior.
Imported Frankfort sausage and sau
erkraut, smoked beef and all kinds of
sausage always on liand at the Capitol
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
Montezuma, street, "
. George Young, of Skull Valley, has
this year sowed ten acres in rye as an
exeriment for hay. He has also put
in a crop of Odessa wheat for the same
i-ords Montezuma buct cigar
store. Fresh candies and nuts just re-
ceiv. 1 ; these goods are nice ana tresh.
I buy in small quantities, consequently
have no old stock on hand. Give me a
Wcl!. Farg & Co's treasuie box,
which ief: hire on Sunday was reported
niisnnj st Piescttt Junction cn the at-
rival of the trr-ii there. Sheriff Mul
ve' n lias "e out t investtite.
Chew "Piier Heidseck" and "Tokay,'
Smoke "Aitkens Best," Stargo," "Silk
Tie" and "M. E." cigars. "Sportmaas"
"Caporal," "Full Dress," cigarettes and
various other brands of cigars and cigar
ettes at Aitkcn s.
I can safely recommend Ely's Cream
Balm for the cure Catarrah, Cold in the
Head. etc. Before I have used tne bot
tie I purchased I find myself cured. At
times I could scarcely smell anything
and had a headache most of the time
Henry Lilly, Agent for tho American
Express Co., Grand Haven Mich. Price.
Ou the arrival of the train Sunday
niht at Preset tt Junction, Wells Fargo
3c Co's treasure box, containing some
$1,800 was found to be missiij, Word
was telegraphed to Frank Meador, the
agent h;rr, who sent Sheriff Mulvcnon
out to inveitigite.
Abner Wade, of Walnut Grove, left
for home to-day with a wagon load of
supplies from W. C. Bashford & Co.'s.
He reports active work on the dam of
the Walnut Grove Storage com
pany, a portion 01 wnicn is now
eight feet high. They have about one
hundred men employed at present.
On the 10th instant the Somnar house
will be opened as a first class hoteL The
house is now fitted up with a dining-
room, ladies' parlor, billiard, chess and
reading rooms, and everything calcula
ted to make it comfortable for guests.
Board with or without lodging at mod
erate charges. dltlO
Jules Bauman, our manufacturing
confectionary on the east side of the
Plaza, hereby wishes to call the atten
tion of his many customers ana tne
public generally to the fact that his
store is positively the only place in
Prescott where strictly pure, fresh can
dies are for sale.
Mr. Bauman is a professional con
fectioner of many years' experience and
manufacture his candies right hero in
Prescott, fresh every day, from pure
dry granulated sugar, and warrants
them to be superior in every respect to
the so-called fresh candies, which are
brought to this market by freight from
distant wholesale manufacturers.
He also keeps on hand the choicest
fresh oysters that are known : "The
Royal New York Counts," and all kinds
of fresh nuts, this year's crop, and ap
ples lemons and oranges.
Weddiug and holiday cakes made to
order and most artistically decorated.
Be sure and call at Baumann's con
fectionery for your holiday purchases,
on the east side of the plaza, second
door north ol Bray's Bazaar. . tf
Dr. Flint's Heart Remedy has saved
more lives by timely use, and has kept
from suicide or the insane asylum more
victims of nervous disorders than all the
physicians with their pet methods of
treatment. At druggists; 11.50. De
scriptive treatise with each bottle; or
address J. J. Mack fc Co. San Francisco.
( C mural KVactaally
A gentleman who has spent the sum
m abroad, said to our reporter, that
the thins that impressed him raoat of
all was the number of holidays cse en
counters abroad and tha little anxiety
the people display in the coed net of bast
ness affairs. ''Men boast here," he said,
"that they work for years without a day
off; in Earop that would be considered
Mr. II. H. Warner, who was pruatat
at the time, said, "This is the first tmm
merin years that I have not spent oa
the water. Eeen too burt."
"Then, I suppose yt laavs been ad
vertising extensively V
"Not at all. We hare always hereto
fore closed oar laloratory during Jnly,
August actl September, bat this sum
mer we have kept it running day and
night to supply th demand, which has
been three tunes greater than ever be
fore in our history at this season."
"How do you account for this?"
"The increase has come from the n
rersaf recognition of the excellence of ovr
preparation. We have been nearly tea
years before the public and the sales are
tonxtanlly Uertaring while oar newspaper
advertising is constantly diminithing.
Why, high scientific and medical au
thorities, now publicly concede that oar
Warner's safe care is the only scientific
specific for kidney anil liver diseases and
tor all tho many diseases ceased by
"Have you evidence of thiaT"
"Abundance! Onlrafew weeks aco
ur. j. Li. siepnens, of AeD&non, unio, a
specialist for the cure of narcotic, etc.,
habits told me that a number of emi
nent scientific pxxlical sen had beea
experimenting for yrars, tea ting and an
alyzing all known remedies for the kid
neys and liver, for, as you may be aware,
Om excessive use cf all narcotics and
stimulants destroys those organs, and
until they can be restored to health the
habits cannot be broken npl Among
the investigators were Bach men as J.
M. Hall, M. P., President of the State
Board of Htalth of Iowa, aad Alexander
Neil, M. D., Professor of Surgery in the
rollere of Physicians and Surgeons aad
preeilent of the Academy of Medicine at
Colutr bus, who, after exhaustive inquiry,
re ported that there was no remedy
know to schools or to scientific inquiry
equ.' to Warner's safe cure!"
"Are many persons addicted to the
use of deadly drugs ?"
"There are forty millions of people in
Uie worl.t who nse opium alone, and
there are many hundreds of thousands
in this country who are victims of mor
phine, opium, quinine and cocaine.
They think they have no Bach habit
tbont them so many people are on con
scious victims of these habits. They
have pains and symptoms of what they
call malaria and other diseases, when ia
reality it is the' demand in the system
for these terrible drags, a demana that
is caused largely by physicians' prescrip
tions which contain so many daageroaa
dregs, and strong spirits, and one that
must be answered or silenced ia the kid
neys ad liver bv what Dr. Stephens
says is the only kidney and liver specific
He also says that moderate opium and
other rug eaters, if they bos tain the
kidney and liver vigor with that great
remedy, can keep up these habits in
"Well does not this discovery give yon
a new revelation of the power of safe
"No, sir; for years I havn tried to con
vince the public that nearly aU tht dun-jet
of the human lyttem originate ia
some disorder of the kidneys or liver,
and hence I have logically declared that
if our specific were used, over ninety
per cent, of these ailments would disap
pear. The liver and kidneys seem to
absorb these poisons from the blood and
become depraved and diseased."
"When these eminent authorities thus
fiublicly admit that there is nc remedy
ike oars to enable the kidneva and liver
to throw off the frightful effects of all
deadly drags and excessive use of stim
nlants it is an admission of its power as
rreat as any one could desire; fcr if
through its Influence alone the ontscn,
morphine, quinine, cxvatne and liquor
habits can be overcome, what lfgher
testimonial of its specific power could be
"You really believe then, Mr. Warner,
that the majority of diseases come from
kidnerand iiver complaints V
"I do! When you see a person moping
and groveling about, half dead aad hau
alive, year after year, you may sorely
put him down as having some kidney and
"The other day I was talking with Dr.
Fowler, the eminent occulist of this city,
who said that half the patients who came
to him for eye treatment were affected
by advanced kidney disease. Now many
people wonder why in middle life their
eye sight becomes so poor. A thorough
coarse of treatment with Warner's safe
cure is what ther need more than a pair
of eye glasses. The kidcey'poisoa in tha
blood always attacks the weakest part
of the body; with some it affects the
tyet; with others the head; with others
Uie ttomaeh or the lungt, or rheumatic
disorders follows and neuralgia tear
them in pieces, or they lose the potrrr
of taite, tmell or become impotent in other
(unctioru of the body. What man would
not give his all to have the vigor of youth
"The intelligent physician knows that
these complaints are oat symptom ; they
are not the disorder, and they are symp
toms not of disease cf the head, the eye
or stomach, or of virility, necessarily,
bat of the kidney poson in the blood
and they may prevail i-nd so pain occur
in the kidneys."
It is not strau that the enthusiasm
which Mr. Warner displays ia his ap
preciation of his own remedy, which re
stored him to health when 'the doctors
said he could not live six months, should
b3ome infectious and that the entire
world should nay tribute to its power.
For as Mr. Warner says, the sales re
constantly increasing, while the news-
Siper advertising isconstanUdinunish
g. This speaka volumes in praise of
the extraordinary merits of his prepara
tions. United States Court Calendar, Mev
United State vs. J. X. Dames mur-
ler. U. S. Dist. Att'y for pltff.; Rush,
Wells & Howard for dft.
United States vs. J. Dainea assault
with intent to murder. U. S. Dist. Atty
for pltff.; Rush, Wells 4 Howard for
United States vs. H. W. Hitchcock-
assault with intent to murder. U. S.
Dist. Att'y for pltff.; Rush, Wells A
Howard for Oft.
United States vs. H. W. Hitchcock
and J. X. Daines assanlt with intent
to murder. U.S. Dist. Atty. for pltff.;
Rush, Wells & Howard for dfts.
United States vs.H. W. Hitchcock
and J. X. Daines assault with intent to
murder. U. S. Diet. Att'y for pltff.;
Bush, Wells & Howard for dfts.
United States vs. W. W. Standefer et
al issue of fact U. S. district attorney
for pltfi ; E. M. Sanford for dft.
United States vs. John G. Gosper, et
al demurrer to complaint. U. 8. dis
trict attorney for pltff.
United States vs. George W. Hance,
et al issue of fact. U. S. district attor
ney for pltffi Rush & Wells for dfU.
United States ts. George W. Hance,
et al issue of fact. U. S. district attor
ney for pltff; Rush fc Weill for dft.
United States ys. C. Dake et-al.
demurer- U. S. distrct attorney for
pltff. ; Bush, Wells A Howard for dft.
United States ts. C. P. Dake et al.
demurrer. U. B diatxist attorney for
pltff. ; Rush, Wells fc Howard for dfts.
United Slates vs. Henry Henaing and
C. E.Cooley demurrer. U. S. district
attorney for pltff.
Atlantic and Pacific R. K. Co. vs.
Dionicio Baca treasurer and vx-of&cio
tax collector of Apache county default.
W. C. Hazeldine for pltff.; C. L. Gutter-
eon and Uaris Baldwin for diu
Atlantic ana t'acinc 11. K.uo. vs.
Danl Smith treasurer and cx-officio
of Mojave county at issue. Wm. C.
Hazeldine for pltff.; J. M. Mnrphy aad
Rush, Well Howard for pfts.
United States vs. John H.Marion ct al
demurrer. U. S. district attorney for
pltff; E. W. Wells for dfts.
United States vs. Wm. C. Dawes et al
demurrer. U. S. district attorney for
pltff; Rush, Wells &. Howard for dfts.
Territorial Court Calendar, Novem
ter Term, I
Territory of Arizona vs William Spitz
grand larceny recognizance forfeited;
district attorney for pltff; Herndon &
Hawkins for dfts.
Territory of Arizona vs William Spitz
grand larceny recognizance forfeited ;
district attorney for pltff; Herndon fc
Territory of Arizona ts Allen Cook
assault with deadly weapon on bail;
district attorney for pltff; Herndon &
Hawkins for dft.
Territory of Arizona ts John Thomas
murder; dutrict attorney for pltff;
Herndon & Hawkins for dft.
James Holmes vs- Kate H. Holmes et
al; John Howard and Rush & Wells for
pltff; L. F. Eggers and C. G. W. French
Orlando Allen ts Philip Hoover is
sue of fact; John Howard and E. San
ford for pltff; Herndon &. Hawkins for
George W. Lail vs James W Colgan
referred ; Clark Churchill for pltff; Rush
& Wells for dft
Andrew J Rupert vs the Arizona
Queen Gold Mining Co issue of fact;
Bush & Wells for pltff; Herndon &
Hawkins lor dfts.
Frank Daggs, pltff, ts Jno McLeanali t
motion Baca et al interveners; W H
McGrew for pltff; Sumner Howard for
dft; E M Sanford and H J Miller for in
Frank Daggt, pltff, vs James A Lam'
port, dft S Baca et al interveners ; W
H McGrew for pltff; Sumner Howard
for dft; E M Sanfonl and H J MilleJrfor
John A Webb vs JohaMars-demurrcr :
L F Iggers for pltff; Bush & Wells for
Hugo Richards et al vs R Bulla rd et al
issue of fact ; Rush &. Wells for pltffsr
Herndon fc Hawkins for dftsj.
Territory of Arizona vs II N Alexan
der; motion for change of venue ; Clark
Churchill for pltff; Herndon &. Hawkins
Oscar Lincoln et als vs Anna Curtis,
executrix of G W Curtis and Anna Cur
tis ; McGrew and Howard for pltffs ; E.
M Sanford for dft
In re R J Cartmell et als vs The How
ell Smelting and Mining Co ; Herndon
& Hawkins aad E M Sanford for pltff;
Clark Churchill for dfts.
Samuel Hill vs P A Craiguc etal;
Hemdon & Hawkins for pltff; E M San
ford for dfts.
W Z Wilson & Co vs P A Craigue et
al; Bush, Wells & Howard for pltffs; E.
M Sanford for dfts.
MJ Miller vs Xew Era Gold Mining
Co Gus Ellis fc Co interpleaders hern
don &. Hawkins for pltff; Rush, Wells &
Howard for dfts.
Philip Hull ts Moses Casiner; H J
Miller for pltff; T G Xorris for dft
The Territory ex rcL Lottie Kendrick
vs James Smith et al. B. J. McGinnis
aad E. M. Sandford for pltff; Herndon
& Hawkins for delta.
Jas Bailey vs. J L Black issue of
fact HJ Miller for pltff; T G Noma
The Territory ex rel. Mary Stemmer
vs J W Spafford et aL E. M. Sanford
for pltff; T. G. Xorris for defts.
F W Blake vs Ellen J and DC Thome.
E M Sanford for pltff; Bush, Wells Jt
Howard for defts.
J W Sullivan vs George Punteny.
Herndon & Hawkins for pltff; John
Howard for deft
Patrick Ford vs Mary E Hurley.
Sanford and Howard for pltff; Rush,
Wells fc Howard for deft
Prescott Mining Co vs J R Walker.
Rush, Wells it Howard for pltff; Hern
don & Hawkins for deft
Samuel Hill vs NE Xorrii. Herndon &
Hawkins and Rush, Wells Howard
for pltff; E. M. Sanford for deft
D. Levy & Co vs George Lail ct aL
E M Sanford for pltffs; Rush, Wells
& Howard for defts.
Palmer & Rey va. W O 0"SeiL Bosh,
Wells & Howard for pRSs: H C Burke
John M. Robert vs 31 E Collins ct
al default Rush, Wells & Howard for
W C Dawes vs. Peter Arnold default
Rush, Wells fe Howard for pltffs.
Goldman fc Goldman vs. W D Fuller
default Rush, Well & Howard for
W G Dawes vs C Goldman & Code
murrer. Jlemdon & Uawtan lor plain
tiff; Rnsh, Wells fc Howard for defts.
J F Daggs, resp, vs Mary Stemmer,
applt T. G. Jibrris, for respt; H. J.
Miller and E M Sanford for applt
Robert Pleaske, respt, vs William
Arnold, applt John Howard for respt;
W H McGrew for applt.
Ah Wah et al, applts, vs G E Butler
et als, respts. Jno Howard for applts;
E M Sanford for respts.
George W Ward, respt, vs Sarah Mer
f ord, et al, applts. Rnsh, Wells How
ard for applts.
Isaac Bland, respt vs John Chart et
al applts appeal from commissioner's
court Rash, Wells & Howard for
respt; John Howard for applts.
W H Willi mi, respt Campbell A
Baker, applts. Rush, Wells & Howard
James Van Scoy, respt, vs Mr A A
Peyton, applt. T G. Xorrw for applt
P W Strahan, respt. v J R Kilpat
rick, applt; T G Xorris and Rnh, Wells
A Howard for respt ; Stewart and San
ford for applt
L A Willard, rept, ts L WoIIonberg,
applt; E M Sanford for applt
51. McCosby. rupt, vs J M Griffith,
applt! T G Xorris for respt ; W G Stew
art for applt
Annie S. McCoy v Dennis McCoy
referred ; W II McGrew for pltff
Jolin B Smith v Alida P Smith re
ferred; Rush A Wells for pltff.
Joella McXair vs Xathau McXair
default; Rush, Wells A Howard for
Librado Elscy vs Robert EUey de
fault; Rush, Wells A Howard for pltff.
Sweet cider at the Saaerac.
Sample Sazerac's sweet cider.
Mayor Kelly returned yesterday from
Sweet Missouri cider just received at
the Sazerac saloon.
The Somnar house will be opened as
a first class hotel oa the 10th inst
Stock men should read the notice of
auction of thoroughbred bulla in this
Tip Top is coming to the front as a
bullion producing camp once more.
Some $ 10,000 was dipped from one mine
alone there last month.
"A smart yellow pup" ha strayed
away from his master. Any informa
tion leading to his recovery will be
promptly paid for by Jerome Hoover,
not that he cares a "d ogon" for the
dog, but he feels sorry for the man who
By reference to our advertising col
umns it will be seen that E. H. Wither-
ell, of the Coyote Spring ranch, will
offer for sale, through J. L. Fisher, auc
tioneer, on Wednesday, December 22nd,
fifty head of thoroughbred young bulls
which he recently imported here from
Kansas. Thirty of them are Herefords
and twenty Polled Angus, all good line
age and good colors, and ia every re
spect desirable to stock men for the
improvement of their herds. Mr. With
ereli offers exceedingly easy terms also
for their purchase, being willing to take
approved notes for eight months-at 10
per cent Tartiea in need of bLoded
bulls for the improvement of their range
stock should not fail to attend this sale.
Wanted, Choap for Cash.
A span of well-broke work horses.
Weight to be from 1,200 to 1,300 pounds ;
age from six to eight years. Enquire of
J. L. Fisher is now located in his new
iron building, southwest corner of the
Plaza, and is prepared with his immense
stock of merchandise to supply his old
end 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 cutter
He delivers goods free of charge, and
h as Fresh Coffee ground every morning
Baled Hay alwavs on hanL
For sale at a great bargain. Enquire at
the Waldo House. oct2Stf
JS handsome two story cottage, with
good outhouses, well, ctc.,oaMcCormick
street Apply to J. Thorbeck, at new
bakery, near Mrs. Roach's restaurant t
Boots and shoes made to order, in the
most substantial manner, by Wm. H.
Billings at his new shop on Cortex street
opposite the City Feed Yard. Invisible
patching and general repairing a spe
Ely's Cream Balm cured mc of Catar
rah or many years standing restored
my senca of smell- For cold in the
head it works like magic. E. H. Sher
wood, National State Bank, Elizabeth;
A. J. i.esy to use. bee adv.
We are off jring- an elegant line of
ladies underwear at cost, and the very
latest designs in neck ruchinKs. Call
nd see our bargains even if you do cot
want to buy.
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