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WEDNESlf- DECEMBER 15. IRS
Fjiom Thursday's Daily.
Christmas trees aw sow in order.
M. T. Herzog is on the sick lkt.
Dance -with the Grays this evening.
Gov. B,C. Powers left Jor the Black
Another fouth wind tod.? .portend,
Jake Mark, and B. Goldman arrived
from Phenix last evening.
Dick Rule wifl be a candidate for
chief clerk of the assembly.
H. M. Van Annan, ex-secretary of Ar
izona, is stopping in Chigago.
We have sampled the Sazerac's tweet
cider and pronounce it excellent.
J D.Hughes, deputy revenue col
lector, ii offoa a trip to the Vulture.
Professor Thomas will open Mr. Bah
ford's new opera house with a prome
nade concert and ball.
W. II. Kirkland, an old timer, 4a
rounding up acquaintance in Prescott
and talking of early days.
justice Pannenbejg rendered judg
ment in favor of J. H. Hamilton against
R. C. Power, for f 116 to-day.
Mr. Gribble, of Central City, Colorado,
left tc-day, in company with Governor
Zulick, for visit to Vulture.
A car load of ore from vanou Buses
in this vicinity awaits shipment from
Governor Tritle'a warehouse.
Mrs. N. O. Murphy and Mi Lutie
Murphy entertained a number of ladies
jit luncheon yesterday afternoon in West
Johnny Behan will be s candidate for
tergeant-at-arms of the houae of repre
sentative at the aeaaioa of the legisla
ture. A California troupe has alredy been
sending inquiries about Mr. Bashlord's
new opera bouse, with a view of coming
There is strong talk in Mohave coun
ty of contesting the removal of the
county seat from Mineral Park to King
man. Robert Fitzsimmon, whom the Phe
nix papers designate a a saloon swamp
er, was burned to death in the late Phe
Charles Driscoll, secretary of the dem
ocratic territorial central committee, is
stopping in Prescott. He ha. hit eye
on a legislative position.
X. C. S heckles has just completed rill
ing a contract for W. 2. Wilson A Co.
of 30,000 feet of bridge timber to the
Prcscctt & Arizona Central railroad.
Miis Jesrfe Stephen, contemplate.,
with the ufsiatanco of a number of Pree
cott vocalist, favoring our people short
ly with a concert in the new opera
The question of who toto that treas
ure box, and what became of that
smart yaller dog," will probably go
down to future generation, along with
that other conundrum, "who .truck
Billy Patterson," an uneolved mystery.
J. C. Otis, the artistic paper banger
and fainter, ha. just completed the job
of ornamenting the inner wall, of Mar
tin Maier's new house in West Prescott
u;ar the city dam.
William Wilkerson is repairing ht.
Montezuma street building, having
civen a twelve months' leas of it to A
Wolieaberg, who will remove hi. general
merchandise store there January 1st.
It is to be hoped that the next city
council will be able to devise some
means for putting the city reservoir in
thorough repair so it caa be filled with
water during the season of plenty.
The longer we run a newspaper and
write about people and events, the more
we realize how utterly impossible it i. to
scratch every man on the spot where he
itches the most. Dakota Exchango.
The Eritaph claims that the enemies
of General Wurdwell have defeated that
gentleman in the matter of hi. appoint
ment as agent of the Lemhi Indians.
This L- an unkind cut.
Scrry the testimony in the late pre
liminary examination did not suit our
contemporary. The JotxxaL-Misis
simply published the essential points of
the testimony without giving it any ex
Ed Home hs filed his bond as coun
ty recorder with the probate judge in
the sum of f 3,000, with the following
J. I. Gardner. D. Levy. J,
W. Dougherty. George H. Curry, J. L.
Ash trees three feet hich, produced
from the seed this year, are to be seen
ia Mverul yards and gardens. Such a
trrowth demonstrate, that little i to be
gained in purchasing this variety of
trees at a greater age. Gazette.
Phenix has a board of trade with the
following officer.: J. Y. T. Smith, presi
dent; J. M. Ellis, vice president ; Leo
Goldman, treasurer; Gus Hershfeld.aec-
Messrs. Tantan. Farley and
A Cedar Springs, Mich., young man
called on a young woman one evening
and fell atleep in bis chair with one arm
around her waist. When he awoke he
found that he was embracing a churn
and that th- young woman had disap
Lieutenant Ray, well known for his
explorations and investigations of the
northern Pacific and Arctic oceans,
passed through Phenix a few days since
en route to join his regiment, the 8th
infantry, in Nebraska.
An exchange eays that chloride of
lime 5 an infallible preventive for rats
e,s thev flee from its odor as from a pes
tilencc. It should be thrown down their
holes and spread about wherever they
tc lifcelv to come, and should ne re
newed once a fortnight.
If your watch i out of ordsr teke It to
Gecn:e H.Currr. Esteblished in Pres
cott fJ years. Satisfaction guaranteed,
aad price consistent with good work.
AH watch, repaired by him have, card
in back casct asd noas others warranted.
Fasti Friday's Daily,
Miss Zulick is able to be around again.
Stage, do not arrive until after dark
Stage left Chino at 1:30 this after
noon. Mis. Tattie Steven, ia recovering her
E. J. Cook is recuperating alowly
from a spell of sickness.
Mrs. E. A. Kay arrived on lat even
ing, stage- from Chino Valley.
The time for doing assessment work
on mine, is growing short.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Carter are both
able to be on the street again.
A wagon load of wild geese and
duck, were brought in from the Verde
The Bomnar houae was opened to-day
as a first chu. hotel, complete in all ita
The ragged edge of the cold wave re
ported a week ago in the northwest
reached here last night.
Jake Mark, will go to San Francisco
shortly on a visit to the "old folk." and
attend the celebration of their diamond
V. A. Stephens, of the firm of CeDey
A Stevens, who baa been merchandising
in the railroad camp two or three
months, has returned, to Prescott.
: rl T-.L .:..- nl
rick Jackson, and Mrs Hick arrived
' ... .. ... I
here recently to spend the winter with
the latter', sister. Mrs. Fannie Stevens.
The Herald says; The court house
clock in Phenix should be ran out of
town, it has become a common nuisance
through blundering care or no care at
An auction sale of fourten condemned
cavalry horses took place at Whipple to
day with J. W. Payne, superintendent
of the corral, aa auctioneer. They
brought prices ranging from $22 to 60.
From the .mile which illuminated the I
countenance of James Bone, this morn
ing hi. friend, concluded that he had
drawn the capital prise of 1150.000 in
the Louisiana lottery. It proved, bow-
ever, to be a boy, weight, ten pound.
Captain Xorvell and Lieutenant Max-
on, of the army board for the purchase of
cavalry horses, have returned Irom their
viait to Flagstaff. They succeeded in I
purcnasing rievcu u
ana imams, wnicn were orougui in
s t i.
Whipple to-day. I
me atttacnes oi ine snenn s omce uo
not seem 10 appreciate me I
ment (?) paid them a few day. since by
Courier, who charged them with per
mitting a desperado to have "the liberty
of the town."
The county board of examiners of ap
plicant, for school trustees have granted
the tollowine certificates: C. C. Bab-
cock and C. W. Helm, on diplomas; on
examination : C. Pendergraas, Miss An
nie Allen, B, G. Basts, J. M. Culver
and H. G. Poynor.
It is reported that the insane patients
will be removed to the territorial asylum
January 1st. The following are appli
cants for the position of resident physi
cian: Dr. I. S. Titus, of San Francisco;
Dr. B. F. Holcomb.of Wilcox; Xr. Lou
is Stern, of Phenix; Dr. R. T.Osborne,
Vulture, hnd Dr. O. L. Mahoney, Phe
nix. The last named physician seems
to have the inside track for the plaw.
The social hop given By the Grays
last evening was well attended by mem
bers of the company and their friends.
The armory was beautifully decorated
for the occasion. The music by the or
chestra of the 9th Infantry band was
excellent and even-thing passed oft very
pleasantly. Dancing was kept up until
nearly 1 o'clock. We congratulate our
friends of the Gray on the success of
Th late Peter Cooper, who was not
only a philanthropist, but also a very
practical business man, once .aid : "In
town, where a newspaper is published,
every man should advertise in it, even
if nothing more than a card, stating bi
name and the business he is engaged in
It does not only pay the advertiser but
it lets the people at a distance know
that the town you reside in has a pros
perous community of business men.
We understand that over fifty appli
cations have seen made for admission
to the territorial Normal school at Tem
pe, but that Professor Farmer has but
twentv-two pupil. This is all that he
can attend to, and applicants not coming
j- f i
up iodine nigu gmuc o xi .a
rejected. If a grammar school depart -
ment were proviaea, togemer
other teacher, at least fifty pupils could
nwure tuition. This ia a matter that
demands the attention of the next leg
islature, and to which we will refer more
fully subsequently. Gazette.
without Adequate Cause
Or with apparently no cause at all,
chill, and fever, thought to be cured,
germinates and refructifie. in the sys
tem. This giant among disease, cannot
be laid out with quinine. Tbe only
way to give it a final and extinguishing
ouietus. is to use persistently the na-
tional antidote to miasma poison, Uos
tetter'. Stomach Bitters, which root, it
out completely. The process of cure is,
of course, much easier if the Bitter, is
used a a preventive, when the first chill
is felt, but persons who arc not acquaint
ed with the nature of the symptom, are
sometimes in error as to their cause, and
neglect the simple and pleassnt remedy
of all others best suited to check the
progress of this dreaded and destructive
maladv. Visitor, to, or sojourners in
malarious localities will, moreover, act
the part of wisdom if they use the Bit-
tersas a preventative. Rheumatism, con
stipation, biliousness, indigestion and
kidnev troubles are removed by the Bit
TSe -t1rrer" or Teeth rattiac
Dr.. D. and J. Pentland hare, after
jcnaiderable expense, commenced the
os' ufacture of "nitrous oxide gas" for
ibc absolutely "painless extraction" of
teeth. They wiu continue to keep a
(ood supply always on hsnd of pure
fresh gas, so that the most timid may
so longer dread ths sxtraetion of tronblo-
Faom Satvsoay's Daily.
Only two week, till Christmas.
District court will meet on Monday.
The county jail contain, eight pns- j
Freak craaberriM just received at J.
L. Fisher's, j
CoL H. A. Bigelow and J. A. Park are j
in from their mining camp. '
An excursion over the new railroad j
will be in order aa toon a it ia com
pleted. California paper, aay that the Atlan
tic A Pacific railroad threaten, to renew
the war of rates.
The members of the third house of the
next legislature have commenced to ar
rive in the capital.
Judge W. W. Porter left Phenix this
afternoon and will arrive in Prescott to
J.W.Stewart and Mi. Stella Cook
daughter of Joseph L. Cook, were mar
ried in Williamson valley on the 7th in
stant. The board of supervisor, will hold a
.pecial meeting on Monday, December
27 tb, to finish up the business of the
year, and turn over a clean slate to their
successors January 1st.
Another pioneer society is being
worked up. One of the requisites for
membersip is that its members m tut have
come to Arizona during from 1875 to
1S85, asd is every instance the person
that he came to Arisona for the good ot
Arizona, and he must provs by at least
two persons resident of his old host
that the same he assumes here is the
oss he was knows by at soma. star.
Lieutenant R. B. Watxona, eupcrin-
. . .1
iatendest of the United States military I
telegraph lines is this department, ha.
received telegraphic order, to report, at i
Washington for duty. Hs will he re-
HmvmI bv Lieutenant W. A. GUsswood.
. , . . , f .;nai
. . p .fi
fn lMvimr. Lieutenant Watkias will
inspect the stations, eleven is number,
of Arizona and New Mexico.
rri Mn.l. In ttiu M1v eon
mo - I
mha cn ffuln down With
smiling complacency all the good thing.
t .K.t . -.Mrr can aar of I
th in hWul diaretard of the fact
xq of the favors would
proper snd appreciated, but let an
obscure item tench the hem ol their Tir-
.noM varments then listen to the treas-
ure of invective that pours forth from
the ptaoniou, throat of the vfctIm(D
Thij itenl j, c. O. D. It cab be returned
tf Mtiafactory. Albuquerque Jour-
It is quits evident to ins oosemng i
that there are evidence, oa every nana i
ot a sear ana permanent prapcrou. .u-
ture for Arisona, sot of one section only,
but of every section of the territory, and
. m I
of every industry, inose wno nave i
. a a. m, t a I
weatberea tae storm ana nave not o
their grip and courage, will yet be reo-1
ompensed for ell they have endured, all
they have lost and tbe aiscoursgemeni
they havs met. ine important iuidj
for tbe old timers is to gird up their loins
and once more strike out and determine
to win what they have lo.t during the
dark and evil day. brought upon the ter
ritory by Apache depredation, and wild
eat speculation. Star.
The Epitaph, speaking of the defeat
of General D. K. Wardwell, for the Lem
hi Indian agency, gives the old msn the
following plaintive send-off: "The sun
rise of his prosperity is fast receding
from view, and tbe government to which
he gave the best years of his life on the
field of battle. fichUng for tbe liberties
of her people, sow under the adminis-1
tration of a democratic president, he is
left to tbe tender mercies of an ungrate-1
f ul party. The Epitaph is of the opin-1
ion that as old soldier, who fought for
the stars and stripes, is sot in good
standinrwitb the present administra
tion. Tbe old man nas nis ibuiu,
has all men, but the many years of gal
lant service gives to his country entitles
him to her consideration in the decua
ing ysars of his life."
judos w. w. roBTxa rxxiiDWo.
Moxday. December IS.
District territorial court met atiu
o'clock this morning with Judge W. W.
The calendar was called and a number
of cases set for tnaL
Judge Porter thesdelivered his charge
r tv. mml iiitv. which was able and
1 . trial jury was ordered summoned
to rerx)rt on Wednesdsy morning.
Adjourned until 2 o'clock p. m.
Tcxedat, December 14.
T. J. Nolan vs J. H. Marion, by ordsr
of the court placed on the calendar.
A. J. Rupert vs Arizona Queen Mining
company, order setting cause for hear
ing January 7, 1887.
J. W. Sullivan vs George ruatney,
order that a commission issue to tax
Territory vs John Thomas, name ot
E. M. Sanford entered as counsel tor de
I. Bland vs John Chart, motion on
account of the death of Isaac Bland that
the name of Nancy Bland be rubstitu
tod as plaintiff.
Palmer 4 Bey ts W. O. O'Neill, de
fendant asked to withdraw demurrer
and ten days to answer, granted.
Adiourned until 10 o'clock a. m. on
Probably as much misery comes from
habitual coustipstion aa from any de
rangement of tbe functions of the body,
and it is difficult to cure, for the reason
that no one like to take tbe medicines
usually prescribed. Hamburg Figs were
prepared to obviate thi. difficulty,
women or cmiaren. xnceza cents.
At all druggists. J. J. Msck A Co., pro
pria tor, 8. F.
Stack for Rata.
I have 500 bead 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
j nave you seen is cosaeir
Pbenix has an assay oce atlas.
Ben Butler baa purchased the Capitol
aakxm in Pbeaix.
The Chino valley .tag casta iu at
11 :90 this forenoon.
Phenix ha. a sew hotel jut opened
called the Commercial.
Qua. Beecher, a prominent merchant
of Kingman, is in tows.
Candidates for the city council are
slow in announcing.
Los Angeles is looking to Arizona
now for her beef supply.
Track layers spiked down s mile and
three-quarters uf steel oa Saturday.
Quite s number of people west oat to
take a look at the grade yesterday.
How would the summit of Thumb
Butte do for aa artesian well site
Judge A. D. Lemon came up from
Pbeaix last evening to attend court.
Secretary Bayard will opes bid. for
legislative supplies next Monday.
The opening of court to-day ha. at
tracted a good many strangers to our
Toe jury ia taa case ox snggs uwa.;t..lwl
rich, of Phenix, brosght in a verdict t
sot guilty. j
Mrs. C. W. Beach returned yesterday :
from her visit SAst looking quite hale I
ana nesny. t
, . ,
A portion of the new chairs and ,
0 Maboney, of Phenix, ha.
eiect resent physician of the
A :. mid to be visible in the
norlkeastern heavens about a o'clock in
Baldwin, the well known
. j-wrer. arrived on to
day's stage to attend court.
A. A. Clark, a Texas stockman, arrived
on yesterday's stage asd thinks of lc-
eating here permanently.
A. A. Moore returned Saturday erea-
inr from a visit to California. He was
it i it,.
wc" Pc w.w v , ...
P- M. Fisher, of the Cob Web hall, has
just received a fine lot of imported u-
f ch are the delight of smokers.
The graders were all At work on ths
railroad yesterday being the first Sun-
d.T WOik done on this end ol the road
: t a,.,j,n. and Vm.
(i,. d n.ttDhis will sine A mass
m the Catholic church at the Christmas
merchants are displaying
..... . - t 1-
jy adTertisemente which Appear is the
HMn 0f tt town.
Buter hi resUursnt
wm ihortJy moTe to PhenJx th
fay to reside, having recently in-
-m business there
EUerT D. Wflham.. of the engineer's
. whinnU. Vft veaterdav on a
month. Lmt. abeenca to vi.it his
J. R. Estill, formerly of Prescott, but
more recently associate eaitor ui un
Flagstaff Chsmpion, has gone to San
Francisco to reside.
E. Stahl has madeonis very impor-
tent improvements to tbe Somnar house
and is now prepared to give the best ac-
commodation. to tbe traveling public.
United States court will not bo opened
until next Monday, December zvtn.1
Judge Porter has not decided whether
the business will require the calling oi a
I grand jury or not.
I n Jf. lUlhar, agsntof ins a. au t a.,
railroad at Xogsles, was shot And raor-
I Hy wounded Thursday evening last,
by Mr. B. E. HamblstOB, monated is-
gpector of customs.
t- u-. v.. V.iei" ana oaccos not ir. yc,
zne auj " " .
ine the fur fly on the hacks of parties
wha.U claims, are trying to play the
role of land grabbers. W. A. Nash talks
very saucy and iade pendent.
"Old Bex," a dog belonging to Mrs. F.
W. Blake, and familiar to almost every
body is town, met with an accident on
Saturday sight, which cost him his life.
He was buried yesterday with due hon
Tbe Pbenix Gazette, replying to a ru
mor ot its saw, says u "is now ana na
been for the past year, for sale, but
street talk And jaw bone wul neither buy
nor run a newspaper. If anyoae desires
newspaper glory and has coin we are
open for a trade.
Owing to tbe disappointment occa
sioned by the mechanics failing to get
the place ready. Miss Christine Johnson
bad to forego the pleasure of oponing
her new restaurant with a turkey dinner
vesterdav. She expects to be able to
open the place, however, to-merrow.
The following is a sample of the "yon
tion-ociety" between two of our es
teemed contemporaries. "Tbe Prescott
Courier is one of the newsiest papers in
Arizona." etow St John's Herald.
"The Herald, St John., Apache county,
is prosperous. Its editor, Mr. Barry
Matthews, handles it welL" Courier.
Moans. Simmons, better known as
"Yank" Simmons, an old Hasssyamper,
and Brown, wholesale and retail butch
ers, oi Los Angeles, arrived here yester
day and have gone out to Kirkland
valley to purchase a lot of fat beef steer,
from Fred Gaines. They have pur
chased quite A number of beef cattle is
Arizona this year, but .till there is a de
mand for more.
A pleasant meeting was had at the
residence of Eugene Pansenberg, ou
Friday evening last, of ladies and gen
tlemen to organise a mite society. om
inations ot officers were made and tbe
meeting adjourned until next Friday
j -wmina-. whan it will be held at the resi-
nddeI.ceol Gorham A. Bray. Tbe society
I' . . . . . A . ,
invitation is axieauea wu loaiienu.
The election of officers of the society
will be bad at the next meeting.
Wants, Chess far Cash.
A rpsa of well-broke work horses.
Weight to be from 1 ,200 to 1 ,900 pounds ;
ago frosa six to eight yean.
Flo Tuesday's Daily
Taie are coining in pretty lively.
Gus Beechur left for Kingman to-day.
Taxes become delinquent next Mon
day. Mis. Johnson opened her new restau
Judge W. W. Porter is in love with
the climate of Prescott.
J. W. Clay bus filed hi. stock brand,
P. B. for record. Range near Prescott.
Baumanu's candies are made right
Iiere in Prescott. Fresh every day.
Flagstaff still wants a new county
formed with that town as its county
Dr. Anderson, assistant surgeon U. S.
A., has been assigned to dnty at Whip
ple. Jobs Dixon came in from the grade
Ui-day. Ho say he has quit railroad
ing. Professor Bisk, .uperintendent of the
Walnut Grove Water Storage company,
is in town.
J. J. White, of the Agua Fri valley,
west out home to-day with a load of
The Prescott Rifles will meet tor drill
to-night. A full attendance of members
j C(wk hM uUcienl!r
from hii Kwnt jjiQCM to Hblo t
Und work agin
p jnn u. return to WWp-
pie ana again wtuui'
. j .c.:n occupias a desk in the
Kentuckv .our mash whisky double
tau iid good' and genuine Tennessee
whi'.j rye al me Cob Wob.
The Rifles have recently put a stovo
in their armory, making it comfortable
for the members at their meetings.
For fresh and extra fine candies for
the holidays call at Baumanu's confec
tionery, cast side of the plsza.
Positively the only place in Prescott
for fresh candies is at Baumanu's Con-
fectionerv, near Bray's bazaar. lltlO
The new hose cart recently purchased
by the Dudes was paid for by the com
pany without any expense to the city.
Palmer's A Sloan daily stage line to
the terminus of the railroad leaves Pres
cott at 1 o'clock p. m. Saturday. Office
W. H. and Johnson Meginnis, of Skull
Valley, left this morning on a prospect
ing tour through the Black Canyon
Imported Frankfort sausage und sau
erkraut, smoked beef and all kinds of
sausage always oa hand at the Capitol
The Phenix fire department has been
compelled to fire one of its members
named Morris for "gobbling" the funds
of the company.
Do not think that you can get fiesh
candies anywhere in Prc.cott, except At
Baumann's candy factory, second door
north of Bray', .tore. lltlO
The following were outgoing passen
gers to the Prcecott & Arizona Central
railroad this morning: F. W. Blake,
Gu. Beecher and Mrs. A. E. Fay.
William Koch, better known as "Bill,
the Bootblack." announces his intention
of running for chief of police. William
is a veteran of the late war, having par
ticipated in twenty-two engagements.
An excursion to Prescott from the
eMt js t)Cjnlf talked of by our business
men on the completion of the railroad,
The idea ii a good one and we hope to
I see it carried out.
Ford's Montezuma btie-t cigar
j atore. Fresh candies and nuts just re
ceiv.'d ; these goods are nice and fresh.
I buy in small quantities, consequently
have n old stock on hsnd. Give me a
Numerous brands of cigar, at all
prices, by the box or thousand. Bole
agent for "Our Tin Box Cigar." Cigar-
I j , t v..t
ken's cigar store,
An elegant doll which has bees named
the Princess will be giTen away by J. L.
Fisher on the evening of December 27th.
Everyone purchasing one dollar's worth
of toys, Xmas cards or fancy goods sre
entitled to a free chance. tf
Articles of incorporation of the Qual
ity Mining Company have been filed
with the county recorder with the fol
lowing incorporator. : F. A. Tntle, F. M
Murphy, N. O. Murphy. G. A. Bray,
George 8. Porter and J. H. Carpenter.
I can safely recommend Ely. Cream
Balm for the cure Catarrah, Cold in the
Head. etc. Before I have used tno bot
tle I purchased I find myself cured. At
times I could scarcely smeu anyining
and had a headache most of the time
Henry Lilly. Acent for the American
Express (Jo- Grand uaven jucn. jrnce.
Normsn McLeod, recently placed un
der 1500 bond, to keep the peace, was
released from custody yesterday having
given the required bond with Thomas
Roach, of Turkey creek, as bondsman.
Mr. McLeod presented a communication
to this paper to-day with the request to
publish tho same, in which he details
his grievance against the man whom he
threatened, but which we are compelled
to decline. He complains, and justly,
too, however, that an injustice was done
him by a correspondent of the Courier
in saying that he was charged with as
sault to commit murder. Tho com
plaint was threats against lift and not
assault, and for the former ho wa com
pclled to give bonds. McLeod left for
Turkey creek to-day where be owns a
part interest in a ranch and several good
Shortness of Breath.
Dr. Flint's Heart Remedy should be
taken at once when slight exertion or
heavy meal produce, shortness
breath or a psin in tbe region of tbe
heart At all druggists, or J. J. Mack
4 Co- B and 11 Front street, 8an Fran
Piano for Sala
Or will rent the same to s responsible
party A grand square rwill lie sold cheaj
Apply to J. It. Fisher.
We are offering an elegant line
ladies underwear at cost, and the very
latest designs in neck niching. Call
and see our bargain, even if you do not
of I want to buy.
lUgaxdisg the Functions of
an Important Organ.
T Wales the raklle Kaawa Bat EM
Sis Wsrlsr Can rati C s KesaUea
ft JS Editor of tht Scientific American:
Wilt vo yrrnil at to male known to tht
fMic trie sets vthare learned durina tin
want vrart, CQnetrnir.l disorder of tht
twrutntidneyi sad the organt -chick dif
toted kidntyt to tatily break down. You
art conducting a tcieatSc payer and art
unprejudiced ticept in foror of TaCTH. A
t Mteltu to lay no medical Journal of
"Code" Sanding uould admit thec Jacm
lor very obvious reasons.
U. if. WARSER & CO.,
Proprietor, of Warner' $ Safe Curt."
That wa may emphasize and clearly
explain the relation t ic kidneys sustain
to ton general health, aad how mnch is
dependent upon them, we propose, met
SBSorfcally speak ine, to take one from
the human body, place in the wash
bowl brfore us, aad examine it for ths
Tea will imagine that we have before
as a body shaped like a bean, smooth
and xlisteaiBg, about four inches in
rairUi, two in width and one in thick
ness. It ordinarily weighs in the adult
male about five ounce, but 1 somewhat
lighter la the female. A small organ?
you My. Bnt understand, the body of
ili average else man contains about
Un tpiarie of bleod, of vhick exery drop
paettt througX then fiber or tcicert, as
tlisy may be called, many tiwet a day,
s often as tbe heart, making a complete
revolution ia three minutes. From the
blood they separate the waste material
working away steadily nisbtanddsy.
sleeaiag or waking, tireless as the heart
itself, sad folly of as mnch importance;
removing hnpurities from sixty-five eol
Xont tf llood each hour, or about forty
nine barrels much dav, or 9,125 hogs-
1 1 I V7I . ' I V. ..
. ucwuft jnr: nuw vunuci maiiuv
kidneys can last say length of time
Begiecua as tney are r
We slice this delicate organ opea
lengthwise with our ksifs aad will rough-
It describe its interior :
Wo find it to be of a reddish-browa
color, sort snd easily tore, filled with
hundreds of little tabes, short and
thread-like, starting from the arteries,
est ding ia a little toft about midway from
the outside ODeaiag of a cavity of con
siderable she, which is called the pelvis,
or, roughly speaking, a sack, which is
for tbe purpose cf holding the water to
farther undergo purification before it
pssses down from here into the ureters,
and so on to the outside of ths body.
Jiesn little tabes are tbe filters which
9o their work automatically, and right
here il where the disrate of the kidney Jirtt
line the vast amount of work which
easy are obliged to, from the slightest
Irregularity in our habits, from cold,
rom high 'living, from stimulant or a
thousand and one other causes which
occur every day, they become somewhat
weakened is their nerve force.
What is the result? Congestion or
stoppage of the current of blood in tbe
small blood vessel snrrounding them,
which become blocked; these delicate
membrane are irritated; inflammation
Is set up. then pus is formed, which col
lects In tne pel visor sac; tbe tubes are
at first partially, and soca arc totally,
unable to do their work. Tbe pelvic
esc goes on distending with this corrnp
rion, pressing upon the blood vessels.
All this time, remember, the blood,
which is entering tbe kidneys to be tU
teied, is pauinf through thi terrible, die
jutting put, for it cannot take any other
Stop and think of it for a moment
Do yon realize tbe importance, nay the
vital necessitv. of liaving the kidneys in
order? Canyon expect when they are
diseased or obstructed, no matter ho
little, that yoa can have pure llv?d and
ttcave dueattJ it would be lust as rea
sonable to expect, if a pest-house were
set across suoaaway ana counties inou
sands were compelled to go through ita
pestilential doors, ana escape lromconta-
mon ana aisease. as lor one io expect
toe oiooa to escape pououon wnen con-
sianuy running inrcugn a uiscsbbm iu
nev. Now. what is tbe result? Why, that
the blood takes op ami deposits this
poison as it sweeps along into every
ama. mtoeverv men ot muscle, natue.
flesh sad bone, from your head to your
(eet And whenever, from hereditary
influence or athewise. soma part of the
body is weaker than another, a countless
train of diseases is eetaDiistiea, sacn as
consumption in weak lungs, dyspepsia.
where there is a delicate stomach;
nervousness, iassnlty, paralysis or heart
disease ia those wno have weak nerves.
The heart sruat toon feel the eject of the
poiion, as U rtvytrtt pure blood to keep tt n
riaht action, it increases its stroke in
numner ana tore xo compeosue iot ai
. . . . . . .
natural tumaloa wanting, ia its en
deavor to crowd tho impure blood
through thai obstruction, causing Bala,
i ul citation, or an oot-of-breath feslinsr.
Unnatural as this forced labor is, the
heart moat soon falter, becoming weaker
snd weaker until oae day it tuddenlt
tC9. and death from apparent " heart
ciieaae" is lam Teraict. j
But the medical profession. learned
and disnified. call these diseases by high
sounding names, treat theat alone, and
patients die, for the arteriet art carrying
uow death to tht of cam paru, consianuy
adding fuel btonant from these soppurat-
icg, pus-lades kidneys which herein oar
wash-bowl are very purreiacnon liseu,
and which should have been cured first
Bat this is not sll the kidneys nave to
do : for tou must remember that each
lult takes abont seven pounas oi
nourishment every twenty-four hours to
supply the waste of the body which is
constantly eoiag on, a waste equal to
the quantity uses, inis, ioo, mo
kidney, have to separate from the blood
with all other decomposing matter.
Bnt you asy, ."Sir kidneys are all
iivnt. i save no o'n in we dsck.
Mistaken man I People die of kidney
disease of so bad a vliaracter that the
organs are rotten rid yet tney have
nrrrr ihfrt had a TOtK CT n acne i
Whv? tteeauae im disease oexins.
s re have shown, in tbe interior of the
kidneys, where there are feu- nerve oj
feeling to convey vne aennuon oi pain.
v ny ln is so we may neiw mow.
When vou consider their great work.
the delicacy of their structure, tbe ease
with which Ihev are deranged, can you
wonder at the til-health cf our men and
wrmen? Health nn-i Ion g We cannot bs
riMM tei" rhrn so viral an organ is
hnpiihril. u worder some wruVre
say ue so fenorllr.s;. Don't yon mat.
areat tbe navsgaa iawertanee el
kaepmg this machinery in worxtaf
ordirT Could the BBst engine do frea
a fractional part of ts wora. wjiuoo.
attention from the eagiaeer ? Don't yea
sea bow dangerous this hidden disease
b? It is hirkrag about oa coasteatly.
wUhnnt oiwinm aa indication of Its
The arrt ekfOfol physicians caaaet
detect it st t:mes, for the kidney them
teUet cannot be examined by any means
which we have at oar command. Even
as aaalyai. of the water, chemically and
wmm.-mr-mSrmW mli DOthlBZ deSAlte
ia many cases, even whea tbe kidney.
m fftirlv bmlren dawn.
Then look oat for them, as disease, sa
aiatter where situated., to vs per rem.,
mHmr dmli. axaminatjons.
has ita origin in tbe breaking down oi
t Ii ciec secreting luoes u uu
the kidney. , .
Asyou value health, as yon desire
i... r:u imm t-ntm ulnMi and smTennx.
mm ttinannui inm aitenuon. seen
thess in good condition and thus prevent
(as is easily done; aii aww
w.... tuu Carm. na it bee
Mar tetter known for its
weshlerml cores sad ite sower over the
kidneys, has done andte doing more to
Increase ths average duration of life than
all the physicians ana bmoicuicb uww.
wv Safe Core ia a true specific,
sand but certain, harmless but aasrgeUe
a ..M to the taste.
Take it when sick as a cure, and never
let a month go evil you aeea it. w
xt tikin? a Tew bottles as a prereflttv,
that the kidaeys assy b kspt hi proper
order, tbe blood pare, tnsx neaisw bn
tt. mmmw k. Torn hlMWinr.
H."H. WARNER ft CO.
Tbe end of the track is within tan
miles of town.
The locomotive will bo due ia Prsa
cvlt on December 30th.
Graders' camp is sow located at the
six mile house.
The surrey of the Use ia completed to
Track laying is proseesing- at tbe rate
of one mile per day.
Only about twelve miles sow to the
end of the track.
The Granite creek bridge ia about
completed ready for the ties and iron.
Mr. Bullock says the railroad boys
will eat their Christmas dinner ia Pres
cott. J. K. Anderson came in frosa lbs end
of tho track last evening oa railroad
Oncer Yauderbtlt ia kept busy pur
chasing supplies aad keeping the time
K. N, and J. C. Fredericks are having
a truck manufactured for the aaovetaest
of freight from the depot.
Work oa the Frsaeott depot wul be
commenced as soon as the force of car
penters have completed tht bridges.
General Manager T. 0. Bullock aad
Auditor L. H. Wilaos Vsft for Freacott
Junction yeaterday after a briol visit to
F. W. Blake retsrsad to-day from aa
inspection and surrey of the sixth tea
mile scctioa. which was completed yes
The compaay has a (aa large engine
leased frosa the Atlantic A Pacific while
repairs are being an ads to the"F. A.
Track layers sx pec ted to lay a m3a
and three-quarters of Steel to-day, bat
ing received a Largs supply tf saaarnal
The engineer fores wiS shortly
be sent to survey the hae south of tows,
as Mr. Bullock intends to pwsh the road
through to Pbenix aa soest as possible.
The sew paawagsr coaches aad bag
gage car tor the roaa sen the saops at
Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, s few says ago
and will be doe here ia a few days.
The only drawback at present is a
scarcity of ties, the motive sewer em
ployed being inadequate to bring them
to the frost as rapidly as seeded, frosa
eight to twelve car loads per say being
Jules Bsnmaa, our snaaufactsriag
confectionary on the east side of the
Plaza, hereby wishes to call the attes
tion of his many custosaers snd tbe
public generally to tbe fact that his
store is positively the only place is
Prescott where strictly pars, fresh can
dies sre for sale.
Mr. flanmaa ia a profusions! con
fectioner of many years' experience and
manufactures his candies right here ia
Prescott, fresh every day, from pure
dry granulated sugar, and warrants
them to he superior is every respect to
the so-called fresh candies, which are
brought to this market by freight from
distant wholesale manufacturers.
He also keeps on haad the choicest
fresh oysters that art known: "The
Royal New York Counts," aad all kinds
of fresh nuts, this years crop, aad ap
ples lemons and oranges.
Wedding and holiday cakes mad to
order and most artistically decorated.
Be sure and call at Banmana's con
fectkraery for your holiday parcbs.es.
on tbe east skla of tht tdasa, sasoad
door north of Bray's B.ts.t. tf
Compound Syrup of Tar, Tola sad wild
I cherry care colds aad congas. tl
For sale at a great bargain.
the Waldo House.
Brecht ATaroat hava a carload of
Shnttler, farm A spring tragoat, which
they offer for tale very cheap. tf
Tbe days of high prices is Prescott
hare passed away. Drags aad patent
j medicines are selling at New York
I prices at Robinson's drug store south
Montezuma, street. '
A handsome two story eottage, with
good outhouses, well, tcos McCormick
street. Apply to J. Thorbeck, at
bakery, star Mrs. Roach's restaoraaC t
Boots aad shoes stadt to order, ia the
most substantial manner, by Wax. H.
Billing at his new shop oa Cortes street,
opposite the City Feed Yard. Ia visible
patching asd general repafaisg a spe
Ely's Cream Balm cured me of Catar
rah of many year standings restored
mycenca of smell- For colds in the
bead it works like magic. E. H. Sher
wood, National State Bask, Hixabeth
N.J. Eesy to use. Bern adv.
To all who are suffering from the
errors and indiscretions of youth nervous
weakness, early decay loss of manhood
cte., I well send you a recipe that will
cure FREE OF CHARGE. This great
remedv was discovered by a missionary
in South America. Send a self-addressed
envelope to the Rev. JobxthT. Irasa
Station D. New York.
Standard nerve food, a delightful,
well as healthful drink, is not a medi
cine, bnt an invigorant, tbe greatest
nerve restorative of the age. This pop
ular drink, which has aa enormous sale
sll over the United States, has been in
troduced in Prescott by I. Mercier A Cc,
who are fully prepared to supply the
sxcellest drink. ollti
trrta. BtbJIisisii Mas
You are allowed a free trial of thirty
days or tbe oat of Dr. Dye's Celebrated
Voltaic Belt with electric suspensory
; appliances for the speedy relief and per
manent cure ot nervous debility los ot
vitality and manhood and all kindred
troubles. Also for other disss rn.
Com ole te restoration to health, vigoi
and manhood smaranweu. ao rax
incurred. Illustrated pamphlet, with
full information, terms etc., mailed free
by addressing Voltsie Ben Company
Bead the auction advertisements of J.
L. Fisher in to-day issue.
Martin Maier ha. received slot of cel
ebrated Milwaukee beer which he has
Messrs. Kelly A Stephens received a
whole w.gon train load of new goods
The fire iu the aay office of F. A.
Tritle, Jr., will not interfere in any man
ner with the work of that establishment.
Assaying done on chart shrt notice.
S. A. Heurszey ha pcnt thousand
of dollars developing mining properties
in this county, which aru now on a pay
ing basis with prospects of large returns.
The Somnar house has an announce
ment in to-day's isauc. Mrs. . Stahl
ia general manager of the place, which
ia a guarantee that guests will be com
fortably provided for.
"We desira again to call the attention
of stock growers to ths advertisement of
auction of tine thoroughbred bulls ia
this issue. Tho sale takes place at tht
Coyote Baring ranch, owned by . H.
WitbereU. oa Wednesday, December
Lieutenant C. B. Gatcwood, A. D. C.
to General Miles, lias been granted a
leave of absence and started for Wash
ington at 1 o'clock yesterday. Lisuteet-
Ant Gatewood is an excellent mac aad
he hat endeared himself to all who had
the pleasure of saeeting him, both at
tbe garrison and in town, and we are
indeed scrry to see him lcavo us, but if
be must go, he has the best wishes of the
people of Prescott, for a pleasant jour
Bey and a happy Christmas.
Al Whitnev, formerly a resident of
Prescott. aad a very popular one, aad
ex-chief of tht fire department, returned
her last evening. He wa. gives a
reusing reception by the fire boys who
placed him on tho cart of the Toughs
asd Chief Sines on the Dudes' new cart
and drew them all over town, stoppiaf at
various places for liquid rcfreshmeata.
Tht jollification lasted until nearly mid-
A few months ago mention was mad
in this paper of the finding of a few carp
in the river, and it was thought that
only a few of those luscious fish were is
our vicinity. It is now an assured fact
thai tbe Colorado river baa myriads of
carp within its muddy water, insuring;
as ample supply for the future. Tht
Indians catch the carp with a hand-net
and daily bring into town large quanti
ties of the fish.-Yuma SentineL
A Calif omU editor thus addresses hit
snascribers: "We would like a few old
gunny sacks that are worthless for
holding grain, to be given on subserip-
tios by those in arrears. We want to us
the gunny sacks to make us some under
wear. Those who liave neither gunny
sacks nor money can bring us some
wood. If we can't have underwear wt
can fire up, provided you bring tht
wood. Please send us some flour sacks
ANNOU NCEMEN TS.
FOR CITY ASSESSOR.
I hrbr sonoanos raxself mm a Candida.
fnrttoffleof eitr tmwor mt the enralsg
municipal ireunn. J. w. A liUHlCAm
rrmeou. iov. i, uoo.
FOR CITY TREASURER.
I nrb7annB2ce ra
SiU at a easl!at
- ot CitTirtir.
rear mlKtloaifor the a)
al taa e rualcr city flection.
. X. AITKEJf.
lhcrebv announce myself as a candidate
far tka office of City Treasurer at the essa
city election. Chu. O'Mallxt.
I fcerebT asnoune smelt a candidate far
city treasurer st the emniag flection.
utu. c. rusisa.
FOB CHIEF OF POLICE.
Ta anders IcskI, hj reqaezt of masy ettt-
sana. rMpeetrniij acne-unees nimaeir a a
candidate for Chief ot Police, al tee Bcls
cltjr election. 3. C DBOWIC.
Tbe aadenhnied snaouncee hisielf as
candidate for re-eleeiioc to the office of
of nolle of Prescoit. JM-i. 3L LODSOS.
J. L. Fisher i now located in hit i
iron building, southwest corner of tht
riaza, and is prepared with his immense
stock of merchandise to supply hit eht
asd sew customers at wholesale eri
He imports Flour, Grain, SugarkOtsl
On, Canned Goods and Meats by tht aar
load, aad is consequently is a posttkm
to eat and keep cutting with the cuts
Ht delivers goods free of charge, aad
has Fresh Coffee ground every morniasj
Baled Hay always on hand.
A TT n rn t A TO"
JSl U U 1 1 U lit
I will sell at the residence of BEN
Storday. December 18th,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. V.,
Nearly new, consisting in part of
ELEGANT PARLOR SET,
MASSIVE TABLE TOP,
BBCSSELS CAB PETS,
EASY AND EXTENSION CHAIRS,
BEDDING, MIRRORS, ETC.
ruodssold privately. dl5-tT
W. W. T
Jt. GOLD W Ai S.K tjVII.