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IUZOU WEEKLY JDWjilJlg..
.MAY 29, 1SS9
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kmm TimiiiiAv's Daily.
-Mr '.l 1. Fisher ud daughter
..rriv.,,1 tiwlav from California.
v i RnMinotiADi. of Bradahaw, and
Mux Curteu, of Lynx creek, are among
tha lat arrivals in uwu.
Kittv Franklin, charged with
n.nk and battery, was discharged on
her own recocniiauce.
Levi Uashford has filed for record a
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tleed leasing to Jamw oui, iu oguv
vuo House for a term of three years.
Geo. J. Rockwell will leavo for the
,;.;., ;rt f.iw days in the interest of
the Yavapai Development Company.
V G Parker is packing a big train of
mulW, with tongue for water Uuks,
to. ha put up at the Crown Point mine.
Fresh invoice of bananas, pine
amilea and cherries give the stores of
our Iruit dealer, a decidedly tropical
Teams pushed out this morning
hcivUv laden with flour for the Verde,
ami with large euppliea of groceries for
Palace s talion.
llie committee for the Fourth will
add to the event already announced to
lake.1 place, other interesting features
for that occasion.
V; V. Ross went to 8an Francisco
to. attend the funeral of his mother,
who Hied last Tuesday, at the residence
of Mr Rockwell, her son-in-law.
TheKubscriptionliatof the Yavapai
.Development Company continues to
im'reacHjL an encouraging rato. Many
iuuiVch were appended to it yesterday.
file officers entrusted with the en
fofwiiieiit of the laws, say that they
will Tig dly carry ou the provision re
gauh'iii . the carrying of concealed
wea pun 8.".
Joseph Seignor, a native of France,
died' at the residence of Peter Verdier at
r:iiuut..Gtovo,on the 15th inst., aged
55 years. He was an old resident of
The quantity of ice cream, boda water
and beverages which tickle the palate
luring these sultry dog days, gives
i videuce that small change is by no
in oa is scarce.
The subscription bookB of the Yava
pai Development Company have been
turned over to the store of Bashford
fc Burmister, where subscriptions will
continue to be taken.
The hours for the open air concerts
at Whipple Barracks have been'
changed, commencing from yesterday.
They will be given at from 6 to 7 every
evening, Saturdays excepted.
The sheriff has levied upon chattels
owned by the Standard Milling and
Reduction Company, and Arizona Min
ing Company, to satisfy a ju Igmentin
favor of John Dougherty, amounting to
$1 J 1.30 and costs.
Martin Maier riled a petition in the
district court this morning against
Wong Lee, to quiet title to a lot in
l'reecott. It is probable that this ac
tion will be amicably settled, as the
property in question wan conveyed un
der a misappreheneion regarding its
From Friday's Daily.
The boys propose to get up a dance
on Wednesday evening next at the
The Murray Brothers came in to-day
with a load of ore from Congress mine
Garden truck of every description
xE of the leat qaautY-Mavfcuadaa4-n -our
provision stores. '
Orick Jackson is going to pose as an
athlete, and has had a pair of swinging
clubs made to order.
The first installment of peaches this
season has been received, and they are
going at 30 cents a pound.
Albert Hatz, in trying to develop a
bean patch, planted a grain in his ear,
which was taken out with difliculty.
George Hartman, who has been for
some time confined to his home, from
sin attack of lytbxmia, is convalescent.
The court house looks as spick and
t?p&n as a bright new pin, having under
gone a thorough cleaning from top to
The open air concert at Whipple last
evening was largely attended. These
concerts will be kept up during the
Wm. Silmoyer, an old settler of Ha
gerstown, Md., is among the late arri
vals in town. He intends to take a
look at the mines.
Mrs. James A. Bayard, wife of the
ex-secretary of the territory, iB recover
ing from the effects of a serious and
A musical and dramatic entertain
tneixl will be given at the opera house
siext Friday evening, May 31st, by the
pupils of St. Joseph's academy.
There is still talk of establishing op
position eatinc houses along the line of
tho Atlantic & Pacific railroad, where a
sandwich can be had for less than ten
The druc store ot W. W. itoss was
closed thiB morning, in memory of his
mother, who died in San Francisco,
last Tuesday. Her funeral took place
Merchant say that eggs 'nd butter
can be produced in the vicinity of Pres
cott, in sufficient quantities to supply
the demand, without depending upon
Tlm Atchison. Toooka fc San Fran
cisco railroad company are accused by
the merchants of San Bernardino wttli
viola ion of law. in chareinc reduced
c ites to Los Angeles.
S. Strausmau was brought in this
mo up from Flagstaff, under com
mitment to iail for 35 days for petty
larceny. He was employed as a sweep
in t saloon, and was accused oi taKing
nw.iv two brushes and disposing of
them. A ranchman, who is in need of
a cook, will probably pay his tine and
take him into Bcrvice.
Tho Arizona Lumber Company re
corded a deed of conveyance November
12, 1SS8, to L. D. Haynes, of property
described as east one-half of Bouthwest
quarter and west one-half of southeast
quarter, section 20. township 21, north
ranee G east. Consideration. $5. Same
property conveved Anril 30. by L. D.
Haynes to Carl Rundeburg, for f 200.
The transition from, long, lingering
and painful sickness to robust health
marks an epoch in the life of the indi
vidual. Such a remarkable eveat is
treasured in the memory, and the
.atrencv whereby the eood health has
been attained is eratefully blessed.
Hence it is that sa much is heard in
praise of Electric Bitters. So many
feel they owe their reiteration te health,
to the use ot the Great Alterative and
; Tonic. If you are troubled with any
disease of Kidneys, Liver or 8temach,
of long or short sUadiag, ym will
aurclv find relief by use of Electric Bit
ters. Sold at 50c. and $1 per pottle at
Beaumont (Joxo'a vrug store.
W. W. Ross, proprietor of the Cor
ner Drug Storo, has added extensively
to his already large and assorted stock
of drucs and chemicals, and will con
tinue to Bell as low as the lowest, tf
J. K. Kilf aVjok bus convoyed to Nora
and 12, in block 17,
Dalby, of St. Johns,
came in ou this utter-
noon a trail
t Whipple. a:-U. unvur,
has just relished his storo witti an
Dame rijaor'a tongue is busy with
tho approving nuptials of a worthy
and well Jnown couple.
Tho Pcott and Whipple baso ball
niues wierosa bats to-morrow at tho
the Wli,l0 grounds at 2:30.
Tho (lain to-day was several min
utes abid of schedule time, a decided
ixuprowbicni of late on tho part of tho
A bj of sale was filed this morning
by Get W, Young to his wifo, transfer
ring cittle in Skull volley, with the
Sujarintendent Murphy, of the Cou-
gressaune, came in yesterday, and re
ports favorably of mining operations
isOMpany F is thus inr ahead in the
scorn at target tiring, ihey suggest
to IsWir comrades tho necessity of
brsaing up" to get even.
A broach and fan were found this
morsiug by some of the "boys in bine,"
and they will be returned upon appli
cation at the Barracks.
Bk few money orders have been Font
f roof the Prcscott postotllco d urine the
la&l mon h. So much the better, and a
gol sign ffir home patronage.,
larry Hayward, of the Prescott
Juactiou Hotel, visited his old haunts
this morning, and is well contented
wkh the business outlook of his house.
!Tho ranchmen of this county should
eiert themselves to mako a good ex
hibit of their products at the coming
fair at Albuquerque. They can take
tku "cate" if thoy make the effort.
"The Bellevue Hotel is still in iKiseea
sion of its renovators, and will not be
opened for somo days yet. The notes
ef the piano in the house led mauy to
believe that it had resumed business.
i'-An alarm of fire was pounded this
Biorning at about 2 o'clock. The teenu
of tho blaze was tbe.Chincso Joss house,
on Granite street. The fire was extin
guished before any of the coin panics
were ou tho ground, with . only slight
Location uotices have been filed as
iollows : Frank Shi tier, Siskiyou mine,
and Siskiyou extension, Walker dis
trict. John Franks and Emanuel Coa
txllo, the Oro Bonita, and Johu Fnnks,
the Red Jacket, all of same district.
Flowers are in demand as Memorial
day approaches. Our people might
profit by the lesson the demand teaches,
and cultivate their gardens, not only
for profit but for adornment. Wo pity
the man, or woman who does not love
' Harry H. Jeffords was appointed
United States District Attornoy for
Arizona. Ho is the senior partner of
the firm of Jeffords fc Franklin, at Tuc
son. He is now, and has beon for
some years past, district attorney for
Pima county, and is universally es
teemed. Letters are daily received from many
parts of the union by the Development
Company, soliciting information re
garding Arizona, aud particularly of
the resources of this county. Atten
tion is now directed to the opportuni
ties of this section of Uncle Sam's do
main. Fresh supplies of chickens wero re
ceived to-day, and arc selling at $9 a
dozen. They came ftom this vicinity,
rand are beauties. There "Is a mint of
money in produce and poultry in thin
county. If ranchmen would turn their
attention more to these specialties.
their purses would suffer only from a
Attorneys say that never have they
known before, on tho eve of the session
of court, that there has betMi such an
absence of personal violence. It has
often been remarked that just before
the term begins, scenes of disorder and
riot have been so frequent that the cal
endar was all at onco woighted with
The sociable given at Whipple Bar
racks last night was an exceedingly
agreeable occasion The ladies at
tended in great numbers, and wero
moat tastefully arrayed, presenting an
almost metropolitan appearance, ihe
excellent string band, led by Prof.
A. Merz, supplied tho music, to the
notes of which the dance was indulged
in up to 2:30 o'clock this morning.
An alarm of fire was given at 2
o'clock this morning, by persons who
saw a volume of smoke coming from
the Joss house in China town. Before
the arrival of the fire companies thoy
entered the building, and quenched the
fire, which was beginning to make
headway, by emptying a few buckets of
water. It is said that the lire was
caused by the upsetting of an opium
lamp by a woman who was smoking.
From Monday's Daily.
Dr. Wm. T. Dalby. of St. Johns, fa
vored this office with a friendly call this
J. N. Rodent'urg camo in this morn
ing from the Bradsh&jv, aud will return
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goddard arrived
this morning from Gillette ami departed
for Belmont this afternoon.
J. L. Fisher has not arisen exactly
like a phoenix from tho ashes, hut un
dismayed by Saturday's fire, his colors
We are authorized to state that the
invitation dance, announced for next
Wednesday, has betn postioned until
A. G. Pendleton wjll commenco tho
survoy ot the projected annex to the
Arizona Central route to-day. Ho is
accompanied by six assistants, and the
construction of the new road is but a
question of time.
Tho dageer and revolver are holding
high carnival in San rrancisco. Scarce
a day lapses without its record of blood.
Last Wednesday a soldier, maddned
with jealousy, murdered a woman,
then took his own life. Thursday, Mrs.
Donahue, widow ot a millionaire, was
assaulted with a pistol in the hands of
a sordid wretch, but the bullet miscar
ried. Friday chronicles the dastardly
attempt on the life of Mrs. Willard
Wright by her husband who, in a mo
ment of fronzy, fired four Bhots, wound
ing her pcrhapB fatally. As to murder
ous'assaults, in the more humble
walks of life, thoy aro we may say
numberless. Tho assassin lurks by
day and by night in the pretentious
mansion as well as iu tho lowly cottage.
Prsbably no one thing has. caused
such a general revival of trado at Beau
mont Core's Drug btorc as their giv
ing away to their customers of so many
trial bottles of Dr. King's Now Discov-
i : a
i ery lor uousiuupuuu, jrnnr irauc is
simply enormous in uus very vamaoio
article, from the fact that it alwayv
' cures and never disappoints. Coughs,
Colds, Asthma, Brochitis, Croup, and
all throat and mng diseases quickly
cured . You can test it before buying
by getting a trial botttlo freo, large size
f I. Every bottfp warranted.
From Tuesday's Daily,
When you waut a good cigar go to
Sterling's Royal Remedy at Coxs'
Uuilroad tickets bought ami
Soda Water, with fruit
Aitkeu has the "boss" cigar tho
" Key West Bouquet."
Oranges, Apples, Lemons, Pigs,
Dates, etc., at Ford's. ,
Oh, for a pod smoke I Aitken ban
tho " Key West Bouquet,"
liomp'fl St. IxuiiB Keg Beer, from
Hohoonerj, at the Moutoiuma Saloon.
Try tho celebrated Milk Shake, at
Coxe's pharmacy, a mot delicious
Peaches, Apricot, Cherries, Bananas,
Pine Apples, Oranges aud Limous at
Buy your Louisiana Statu Lottery
tickets of A. Aitkeu, who has the agency
ior the same, in Prescott.
J. T Shull contemplates the erection
of a laro livery stable on the vacant
lot south of the plaza, occupying five
Wo have received from N. O. Murphy
a copy of the acts, resolutions and me
morials of the Fiteeulh legiflative
Our merchants tell us, that last week
was u busy one for them, all things con-
Mlilir.il. Thin Wi-lr iii.hi.xI fnirlv with
j good prospects for improvement.
1 ho clans aro gathering for tbu com
memoration of Decoration day, and the
veterans are brushing up their battle
worn blouj-es and faded kepis.
President Isaac T. Stoddard, of tho
Oro Bella company, who haa recently
erected a null in the Bradahaw coun
try, is in town purchasing supphen
The scrubbing aud scouring aud
hammering within aud without the
Bellevue Hotel, indicate the early re-
Mimptiou of business in that (mpular
The murky appearance of tho clouds
indicates well, we have so often
pretlicted rain when it didn't come, that
we won t risk our reputation as u
prophet any more.
Operations at the sampling works
are proceeding satisfactorily iu advanc
ing the electric plant, which wo are
told will not ho long delayed in
being placet! in position.
It is understood that an impetus has
of late been given to the thought of
improving the vacant area surround
ing the plaza. We hear of many pro
jects that aro yet in anoyance, waiting
only for the maturing of plans.
Tho city fathers would confer an in;
estimable blessing on a patient people
if they would tee that the streets lw put
in good order for the celebration of the
Fourth. Our gentle zephyrs are not
discriminating as between broadcloth
Reliable authority is given for tho
statement, that a large hotel is to In
built on the corner of Goodwin and
Cortez streets. It will till a space of
seventy-live feet front and one hundred
and twenty-five feet deep, and be three
stories in height.
Tho west bound train on the St.
Louis and San Francisco road was
wrecked last Friday night, seventy
mi'es from St. Louis. The locomotive,
baggage car and five coaches went over
tho embankment. Fifty-five passen
gers are known to have been danger
Location notices have been filed for
record by T. C. Husted and George
Elkin,of Eudora, Lilly Bell, Elkin,
Leotia, Crown Point and Morton mines
iu Granite district. John Kaiblc has
given a bond, in $5,000, to Gus Rodeu-
burg for a deed to $ interest in tho
Rapid Transit South mine. Joseph
Euglo hies location notices oi u Into
Elephant mine, Walker district.
The sheriff and other gentlemen wero
enjoying a comiortaoio siesta on tho
porch of the court noiico yesterday
evening, and it was observed, that a
fountain on each side of the walk
would be an additional attraction to
tho plaza. The cost would be small,
and would be fully justified by the
charm it would lend to the appearance
of the grounds. "A thing of beauty is
a joy forever."
The remains of Barry Mathews, who
was lately killed at St. Johns, were con
veyed and interred at his former home,
in Columbus, Miss. Upon their arrival
a funeral cortege, composed of tho Br
association, various civic and military
organizations, escorted J,hem to their
resting place, where imposing cere
monies were performed. His loss was
deeply regretted by the frien 8 and ac
quaintances of his early manhood.
At a meeting of the committee of la
dies to arrange wreaths for the decora
tion of soldiers' graves on Memorial
day in San Francisco, a letter was read
from the department ot Arizona
G A. 11., stating tho scarcity of flowers.
Arrangements were made to send flow
ers to the Arizona posts. If our citi
zens would mako it a rulo to cultivato
flowers and embellish their homes with
gardens, tho nocesHity of appealiug for
outside aid would bo obviated.
We are often told that the climato
and soil of this section aro unpropi
tious for the cultivation of fruit and
flowers. This is sheer nonsense. Whcro
there's a will thero's a way. Thero
was no more unpromising outlook for
the culture of gardens than that afford
ed by Portland, Oregon, yet in that city
the most sensitive plants bloom all
through winter, notwithstanding in
cessant rains during six months in the
year Utah Territory was once au in
hospitable desert, yet its gardens and
orchards are unrivaled in their' beauty
and luxuriance So might Arizona be.
The funeral obsequies of WlT. Oscn
berg took placo this afternoon, tho pro
cession, consisting of a military escort
formed of Barrett Post G. A. 11., and a
full representation of Aztlan Lodge, No.
1, R. A. M., aud a retinue of mourners.
The concourse accompanied the re
mains to tho Congregational church,
where services wero solemnized by Rev.
E. D. Wyckoff. Prof. Thomas presided
at the organ, and the requiem music
was rendered by Mrs. W. E. HazeltinO,
Miss Mimi Martin. Prof. D. M. Martin
and E. P. Clark. An eloquent tribute
to tho memory of tho deceased was de
livered by the officiating minister, and
tho cotllin was committed to tho grave
iu the Masonic cemetery. Tho pall
bearers wero, R.Connell, J. W. Riley,
J. J. Hawkins, F. Brecht, T. Winters
aud G. E. Berry.
The breath of a chronic catarrh pa
tient is often so offensive that ho be
comes au object of disgust. After a
time ulceration sets in, tho sjongy
boncB aro attacked, aud frequently en
tirely destroyed. A constant source of
discomfort is the dripping of the puru
lent secretions into tho throat, some
times producing inveterate bronchitis,
which m its turn has been the exciting
cause of pulmonary disease Tho bril
liaut results which havo attended its
use for years past proierly de-dgnato
Ely's'Cream Balm as by far the best
and only cure.
Furnished house to rent. Enquire
of A. Aitken. m29
U. 8. CRIMINAL.
151. The United Shtto. vs. Warren
E. Day. United States Attornoy. Sot
Monday June 3.
105. Tim United States vs. D. M.
Riordanet al.; timber trespass. Wilson
t Norris. Set Monday, J tmo 3d .
1G0. The United States vs. 1). M.
Riordan et al; limber trvupaHS, U.S.
Attorney, Wilson k Norris. Sit Mon
day, Juno 3d.
1(57. Toe United State vs. J. W.
Eddy ot al ; timtwr trcspasi. If. S. At
torney, Wilson Jit NorrK rtot Monday,
1C9. Thu United States vs Geo. R.
Parker et a I timlter trespass. U.S.
Attorney. Set Monday, June 3d.
u. 8. CIVIL.
30. The United State vs John II.
Marion et al. II. 8. Attorney, Rush Jt
Wells. Set Monday, June 3d.
31. The United Statert vs W. C.
Dawes et al. U. S. Attorney, Rush it
Wells. Hut Monday, June 3d.
35. Tho Uuitcd States vs J W.
Eddy et al; answer. U. 8. Attorney,
WiUon A Norris. Set Monday, Juno 3d.
3(5. The United States vt Parker A.
Ou.; aiihwer. U. S. Attorney, IIern
don A Hawkins. Set Monday, Juno 3d.
37. 'I ho United States vs Parker Jc
Co. and T. S. Bullock etal; answer
38. The United States v Tho Oily
of Prescott and W. Z. Wilson ,t Co;
U. S. Attorney, Herndou Jc Hawkins
for Bashford ife Burmister. Set for
Monday, June 3d.
3!. The United Statu vs W. '. W H
son & Co; answer. U. S. Attorney,
lli-rntlon t Hawkins. Set Monday,
40. Tho United States vs W. Z. Wil
son & Co ami J. L. Fisher; answer. U.
S Attornoy, llerudou t Hawkiiih for
llashford t Burmister. Set Monday
-11. Tho United States vh W. Z.
Wilson A Co and P. A. Craig no; an
swer. U. S. Attorney, Herndon tt
Hawkins for defendants Bashford it
BurmiHlcr. Set Monday, June 3d.
12. The United State vs Ed. E.
Ayer, 1). M. Riordan et al; answer. U.
S. Attorney, Wilson it Norris. Set Mon
day, June 3d.
43. United States vs Atlantic aud
Pacific R. R. Co; answer. U S. Attor
ney, W. Z. Hazeldine ami E. M. San
ford. Set Manday, Juno 3d .
41. The United States vs D. M.
Riordan aud Arizona LumbtrCo; au
swer. U. S. Attorney, Wilson fc Norris.
Set Monday, Juno 3d.
45. Tho United States vs Hugo
Richards; demurrer. U. S. Attorney,
E. M. Sanford. Set Monday, June 3d.
31. Atlantic and Pacific Railroad
Commit--- v- Arizona Mineral Belt
It; .ms ' mpany; answer. W. C.
U:' almc, I U Norris and E. M. San
ford for Triiofve. Set Monday, Juuo 3d.
Territory of Arizona v JanieB Tewks
bury etals, def'ts. District Attorney,
Stewart & Doe and Wilson Jc Norris.
Set Tuesday June 4.
Territory of Arizona vs Ed. Tewks
bury et al, def'ts. District Attorney,
Stewart Jc Doe and Wilson it Norris.
Set Tuesday, Juno 4.
Territory of Arizona vs Thomas Gra
ham et als, defts. District Attorney,
Baldwin Jc Johnson Set Tuesday,
Territory of Arizona vs Louis Parker
etals, def'ts. District Attorney, Bald
win Jc Johnston. SetTuesday, June 4.
Territory of Arizona vs Geo. W. Kay.
District Attorney, Herndon Jc Hawkins
and E. W. Wells. Set Tuesday, June 4.
1472. Territory of Arizona, ex rel
Attorney General, vs Oscar Lincoln;
answer. Attorney General,. Harris
Baldwin and Wnson fc Norris. bet
Wednesday, June 5.
1473. Tcrritorv of Arizona, ex ml
Attorney General, vs Francis C. Hatch;
answer. Attorney General, Uaidwin fc
Johnson. Set Wednesday, June 5.
1774. Territory of Arizona, ex rel
Attorney General, vs 31. W. Stewart;
auswer. Attorney General, lialdwin Jc
Johnston and E. J. Edwards. Set Wed
nesday, June 5.
1028 L. Byrne vs Bigelow Jc Smith ;
on motion for new trial. E. Burgess
and Baldwin Jc Johnston, L. Eggera.
Set Thursday, June 0.
1421. Johu Chart vs Jeff 1). Shipp ;
on anneal. Herndon Jc Hawkins, Bald
win .fc Johnston. Set Thursday, June 6
1415. Niles Peterson vs lxwis v oi-
lenberg. Baldwin J Johnson, E. M
Sanford. Set Thursday, J uue C.
1411. Jako Marks vs St Louis-Yava
pai HUH and Miuing to; answer.
Rush, Wells Jc Howard, Herndon Jc
UawkiiiH set Thursday, Juno u.
1008. Livingston it Co vs Aldon P.
Williams; answer E. M. Sanford,
Herndou Jc Hawkins. Set Thursday,
1187. Goldman Jc Co vs John Odell
et al; for decision. E. M. Sanford,
1605. Anna Pohlo vs Alviu Pohle;
on motion to open judgment. E. M.
Sanford. Stewart oc JJoo. Set a nuay,
1572. B. B. Halsoy vs George Mar-
govitch; for re-trial. E. M. Sanford,
John Howard. Sot Friday, Juno 7.
1590. Lowenthal Jc Moyers vs J. J.
Donahue ; answer. W. L. Van Homo,
Wilsou Jc Norris. Set Friday, June.
1003. Bell Bros, vs Lesser Jc Sawyer ;
issuo filed. W. L. Van Home, Stew
art Jc Do. Set Saturday, June 8.
1592. P.O. Wilder vs Yavapai Go;
answer. John Howard, llerudou Jc
Hawkins and District Attornoy. Set
Saturday, Juuo 8.
15S2. Bell B ros. vs John P. Williams ;
answer. W. L. Van Home, Stewart
and Doe. Set Saturday, Juno 8.
1586. Lowenthall Jc Myers vs Prime
Hill. W. L. Van Jloruo, Stewart it
Doe. Set Saturday, J uno 8.
1587. Bank of California vs F. G.
Tousend; doiault satisfied; ease re
ferred. W. Van Home, Wilson A Nor
ris. Sot Monday, Juue 10.
1G27. Lowenthall & Meyers vs Cal
der Herring; anBwer. W. L. Van
Horpe' Ross & Wilson and Norris. Set
Monday, Juno 10.
1000. Howk Jc Deiter vs James Man
ning. W. L. Van Home, Stewart Jc
Doe. Set Monday, Juno 10.
1UU2. James Manning vs Howk Jc
Deiter. Stewart Jc Doo, W. L. Vau
Home. Set Monday, June 10.
1635. Arizona Lumbor Company vs
P.J. Berry; answer. Wilson Jc Norris,
Stewart Jc Doo; set Mouday, Juno 10.
16U7. Jennie Roberts vs John Rob-
ers; answer. John Howard, Herndon
it Hawkins; set Tuesday, June 11.
1593. Bank of Arizoua vb Charles
Cohen, Henry Asher and Lonis Wol
louberg; answer. Defendant Colin filed;
Wollonburc; uo ser-
TWftndant Asher. Herndon Jb
Hawkins, Baldwin fc Johnston for De-
fanflant f!nlin Sttt Tuesday, JUOH 11.
1584. L. B. St. James vs Carrie E.
St. James. E. M. Sanford, Herndou
Jc Hawkins. Set Tuesday, Juue 11.
1577. Lorenz Wendling vs A. A.
Furbish et al. E. M. Sanford, John
Howard . Sot Tuesday, Juno 11.
1G11 . Laura J. IBoquetto vs Willard
;F, Boquotto; referred. Harris Bald
win. Set Tuesday, J uue n.
1642. Samuel 0. Res vs W. R.
Rhodes; answer. Herndon y Hawkins,
Baldwin k. Johnston. Set Tuesday,
1644. J. Salzman ys Philip Hulletal ;
answer. Stewart & Doe, Wilson Jc Nor
ris. Set Wednesday, Juno 12.
1645. The Albuquerquo National
Bank vs W. G. Stewart et al ; answer
Herndon it Hawkins, Stewart Jc Doo
and Wilson Je Norris. Sot Wednesday,
10-18. Louis Barth vs Salzman Jc Co;
auswer. Baldwin Jc Johnston, Stewart
Jc Doe; answer. Set Wednesday,
1649. Loufs Barth vs M. Salzman Jc
Co; auswer. Catdwin Jc Johnson,
Stewart Jc Doe. Sol Thursday, Juno 13.
1650. W. C. Bashford and R. H.
Burmister vs The Boax Gold Mining
Co; answer. Herndon Jc Hrwkttif,
lialdwin Jc Johnston. Set Saturday.
J u i in 15.
1651. John G. Campbell, appellant,
vs P. L. Kindlier and Ellen J, Thorne,
rt'hiondents; on appeal. L F. Eg
gers, Hernden Jc Hawkins.. SetThnrt
day. Juue 13.
1653. S. E. Ihilk, plaintiff ami res
pondent, v J. V. Anderson, defendant
and apeUant; on appeal. W. H. Me
Grew for defeudaul. Set Saturday,
1651. Hubert Hornback, plaintiff
and npiellaut vh Joioph Chadtwhie,
defendant and resjrtindent ; on appeal.
Wilson lSorris, L. r. Egners. Sot
Haturdav, June 8.
1659. " C. E. Alvonl vs Lydia A. Al
vord ; answer. Uobert Brown, Ross !i
Vau Home Set Friday, Juue 14.
1660. The History Company vs J.
W. Dougherty ; answer. Rom Jc Van
Home. Baldwiu & Johnston. Set Fri
day, June 14.
1661. The Valley Bank vs W. M.
Van Name, llerudou tt HawkhiK
Set Friday, June 14.
1663. Wells, Fargo and Co vs John
Doo et al; auswer Herudou Jc
Hawkins, Robert Brown. Set Satur
day Juno 15.
1665. K B. Perriu vs Win. Garland ;
answer, uamwm t Johnston, Hern
don it Hawkins. Set Saturday.
1667, Thomas Carroll vs Wobter
Rutin and Dan McGlono, deseiidanta,
aud 11 W. Taylor, obligor defendant;
issue tiled. L b. Lggers and Wilson
and Norris, Herndon aud Hawkins,
dot Saturday, June 15.
16S0. Patrick Fonl, appellant, vb
W. O. O'Neill, respondent; appeal
from probate court; W. H. McGrew.
Set Saturday, Jime 15.
1681 t'atrick J'qrd, appellant, vs
W. O. O'Neill, respondent; appeal
from probate court. W. H. McGrew.
Set Saturday, June 15.
1666. J. W. Dougherty vs C. O.
Beau. Baldwiu aud Johnston.
1677, Gus Shamp vs Harry H. Hib-
bcrs ; answer. Herndon and Hawkins,
Btldwin and Johnston.
1657. David Babbitt vs Imperial
Fire Insurance Co; answer. Wilson
and Norris, Herndon and Hawkins.
Wm. Osenburg died suddenly yester
day at 12:30 at his residence. His wife,
who had been attending church, had
just returned, when he arose from the
lounge on which he hud been renting,
and smilingly accosted her, remarking
with his hand placed in the region of
the heart, that ho felt a ciuiouo sensa
tion there. He then lay down on the
sofa and immediately expired. Tho de
ceased was au enterprising and much
respected citizen, h ving been since
1S81 engaged in the manufacture of
sadd-ejy and harness in Prescott. He
was born in Holmes county, Ohio, emi
grating with his family to St. Joseph,
Mo., where he lived until tlie outbreak
of the late war. Leaving there, he went
to Topeka, and enlisted in the ruth
Kansas cavalry ,aud having served three
years, re-enlisted in Hancock's Veteran
corps,takiug part in many engagements
in tho Virginia peninsula. At the close
of the war he returned to Topeka,
where he and his brother, J. F. Oren
burg, entered into partnership. They
subsequently removed to this city,whero
they have since lived. A widow, a
laughter, Mrs. Nellie M. Ling, of Ann
Arbor, Mich. , and a young boy aro left
to mourn the loss of a laithful husband
ami father. Mr. Osenburir was a mem
ber of Topeka lodge, No. 17, Royal Arch
Masons, and of the u. A. K., ami under
the auspices of those societies, his fu
neral will take place to-morrow after
noon at 2 o'clock.
A hitter has been received by a gen
tleman, resident of Prescott, enquiring
about Ihe act of the recent legislature
in regard to offering en ouragement
sinking artesian -wells. The partios
writing aro the owners ot a complete
outfit for the purpose of sinking wells,
and want to know more about the in
ducement offered. By an act of the
legislature, a prize of not exceeding
$3,000 was offered for obtaining the
first stieam flowing not leas than 17,-
500 gallons in twenty-four hours. Tho
correspondents propose to maim an
attempt to obtain this prize if thoy can
obtain inducements to repay them for
moving machinery to the territory and
other necessary expenses, leaving the
prize to those selecting a place to begin
work. They aro vouched for by promi
nent and well known residents, ami it is
claimed for them that thoy can strike
water if thero is any flowing under the
ground. This is a first-class opportu
nity for auy person who is sure of
whoro water can be obtained to verify
his belief. Tho address of tho parties
and other particulars can bo learned at
Frank Leslie' Popular Monthly
for June, 889.
A tory of thrilling interst to all
classes of readers, and constituting one
of the most important contributions to
our national history that has ever ap
peared in a magazine, is Colonel Rich
ard J. Linton's accouifi of "John Brown
and his Men before and after tho Raid
on Harper's Forry," in the June num
ber of Frank Leslie's Popular Mouthly,
jtutout. The valuo of this notablo
paper is enhanced by the illustrations
which accompany it, including por
traits of Owen Brown, Richard Realf,
and others, together with reproductions
of the only existing cotemporaneous
pictures of tho scones at Harper's Ferry,
aud Charlestown, where John Brown
was tried and executed. A dramatic ac
count of tho great Parnell-Times Com
mission, by Richard B. Kimball, LL.D.,
profusely illustrated, is another feature
of this number. Amongst other illus
trated articles may be specially men
tioned Noel Ruthveu's "Up and Down
the Famous Laguenay," A. L. Raw
uon's "Copts in Old Cairo, Egypt," W.
A. Croffut's "Historic Hodses in Wash
ington," and Joel Benton's charming
essay on old chimneys and fire-places,
which ho fancifully calls "A Pictu
reBquo Outlaw." Frank Leslie'a Popu
lar Mouthly has steadily increased in
merit as it has floqrished in prqsperity,
aud its readers now enjoy about double
the amount of good reading and pic
tures furnished by any other monthly
Bucklen'a Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts
Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Chapped Hands, Chilblains
Corns, aud all Skin Eruption, and poa
tivcly cures Piles or no pay required. It
is guranteed to give lierfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by Beaumont Coxe.
Death of Emily J. Akers.
JainetAkers,this afternoon, received
a dispatch, fiosn Dr. Phtllitot, of Sauls
bury, Mo announcing tho doalh and
interment of Mrs. Emily J. Akers, the
yoong wife of his brother, Charles II.
Akers, while Ou their bridal journey.
But a few weeks ago sho loft her large
circle of friends, buoyant in spirits, and
with tho promise of a happy and useful
career.' She was tho niece of J. C.
Herndon, and was endeared to the
community in which she had grown up
from childhood, by her manifold gift
of mind ami person. Her return was
expected this afternoon, aud was await
ed with pleasing anticipations of tho
cordial welcome which was prepared
for her coming. The intelligence of
her premature death, stricken in tho
bloom of womanhood, has profoundly
affected all who knew her aud appre
ciated her generous qualities as woman,
friend and companion.
A new hotel in Williams is talked of,
and a company for building one is be
Trout culture is successfully engaged
in in thu Pecos, where there are ex
tensive ponds for their propagation.
The thermometer ranged at 96 to 104
degrees at Tombstone' last Tuesday, the
warmest day of the summer.
Phenix is spending .f 150,000 in build
ings at thid time, and boasts of its
ability to liorrow money at 6 per cent. I
Tucson is agitated over local scandals
that aro hinted at, and which will lead
to sensational developments iu the
Tho property owners of Flagstaff held
a meotihg, on Monday, to consider
methods for justifying tit es to thoir
A meeting of the sheep breeder and
wool growers' association was held in
Flagstaff, and resolutions wero adopted
condemning tho enactment of trespass
Tho suit for $50,000 against iho Now
Mexico Jc Arizona railroad, at the in
stance of -Mrs. Parker, for tho death of
her eon, was bottled in favor'bf tho com
pany, the jury not leaving their scats.
James B. Lacy, one of tho litignnts
engaged in tho oaso of P. Peraesch
ugaiust tho Head Center M ning Com
pany, was stabbed n the abdomen by
Peraisch, in a fit of anger at the decision
of the jury, giving a verdict against
him. The wounds are dangerous, and
may be mortal. Poraigch is in jail.
Card of Thanks.
The undcrHgned tenders his heartfelt
thanks to the officers and members of
each and all the Prescott tire companies
for tbeir noblo and effective efforts at
Saturday's fire, resulting in the saving
of his property from destruction.
J. L. Fisher.
You aro requested to appear at your
hoso houo at D o'clock, shaip, in full
dress ou Thumlay, May 30lh (Memo
rial Day), to participate in the parade
and exercises iu company with Barrett
Post G. A. R.
W. 0. Bashford, Chief.
Members of Mechanics's Hook and
L wlder Company No. 1 are ordered to
meet at the truck house at 9 o'clock a.
m. on Thur day, May 30th, in full
uniform, to participate in the parade.
Jacoh Webber, Foreman.
Walter G. Scott, Sec'y.
O. K.'s, Attomlon !
You aro requested to meet at the O.
K. hose house, iu uniform, to-morrow
(Thursday) at 9 a. m., to tako part in
the parade. Jonx Bourkr, See's.
Syrup of Flas,
Produced from the laxative and nutrition-
juico of California figs, combined
with the medicinal virtues of plants
known to Us most beneficial to the hu
man system, acts gently, ou tho kid
neys, liver and imwels, effectually
cleansing thu system, dispelling colds
and headaches, and curing habitual
Advice: Uo Mothers
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
should always be used for children
teething. It soothes thu child, softeiiB
tho gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, aud is tho best remedy for Di
arrhte. Twenty-five cents a bottlo.
1, the undersigned, hereby offer my
entire coniectionery, ico cream auu
soda water Dullness, together with all
tho machines, tools, benches, steam en-
gino and boiler, ico cream freezers and
moulds, ice bo;ces, ico cream cans, soua
water apparatus, fountains and gene
rator, counter show case, glass front
side caso uud shelvings, scales, glass
i . r I i
j are, signs, unnsuuas gooua, uau or
naments, caramel cutter, canny pans,
etc., o to., for sale at less than half coat
and on easy terms ; ami am wuung to
instruct such purchaser who wishes to
encogo in tho busiuces. My reason for
selling is that I um managing two ho-
tols. Call on or addresa,
Mrs. Jules Baumank,
Mrs. W. C. Burdgo wishes to inform
the ladies of Prescott aud vicinity, that
tlie is prepared to do all kinds of dress
making, m connection with her milli
nery, uoo t work and salislacuon
guaranteed. Patronage is . solicited.
Prices reasonable. mtiltf
Mine Qwfners, Attention-
Tho undersigned is prepared to mako
maps, sketches and drawings of mining
claims, aud also to write up descriptive
reports ou mines. Can furnish as
many copies as desired, at reasonable
prices. Jules Baumann,
Room No. 1, Williams House, Prcscott.
Now millinery goods just received at
Mrs. Bunige's. Call aud see what
lovely L'attern hats, Sun-Shade hats,
bonnets, ribbons aud flowers. Second
doOr north of the Postoflico. m7ml
Lace flouncing at Goldwater's, tf
By Juno 1st, a girl or woman, to do
general house work iu au officer's
family at Fort Vordo. Highest cus
tomary wages. Address, Liout. McNutt,
Fort Verde. mlltt
Fresb rauch butter just recoved
fTom Charley Genung's ranch, at 65
cent roll, at A. WollenberK's. m20t
Bed-hue: nowders. in ouantitiea to
suit, at the Corner Drug Store. tf
D. Pontiand, Dentist.
Offip.n and residence OODOsite the Will-
ianiB House, Gurley street. Keeps
thorouchlv informed upon all nexy im
provements iu dentistry. Every oper
ation carefully performed, and eatis.
Prescott, Jau. P-', 1889.
Hon. R D. Enurson came in from
St. Johns yetderday, and will return
To-morrow, being by law a national
holiday, no paper will be issued from
M. A. Luckenbach, a mining engi
neer of Denver, Col., is in town, on a
tour ,of inspection.
W. L. Vau Homo arrived yesterday
from Flagstaff, and will remain in the
city until the adjournment of the ap
proaching session of court.
A surveying party, numbering twe've,
left Flagstaff, Monday last, to extend
the measurement of tho lino of tho Cen
tral Arizona road towards Verde valley.
Edward Pierce and Thomas Seavy, of
Cannonville, Utah, put in an appear
ance to-day, in obedience to summons,
as witnesses in the caso of the train
robbers, who they aided in capturing.
Tho incorporators of tho Yavapai
Development Company will meet this
afternoon at Mr. Rockwell's office.
The meeting will consider subjects of
moment to tho intero ts of tho city.
Tho disaster on the SU Louis & San
FrunciBCO road, announced yesterday
in theso columns, was ovidently the
work of train robbers. The bolts and
fish-plates had been removed from tho
track, thus causing tho derailing oMbe
train. A reward of $1,000 is offered by
the manager of the com pany for infor
mation which will lead to the detection
of the guilty parties.
Decoration day will bo observed with
the simple demonstration which the
occasion demands. It is not a day of
rejoicing, nor of exultation over a fallen
foo, but one consecrated to tho memory
of tho nation's patriotic dead The
morning will be ushered in by the
tiring ot minute guns. The garrison
from the Barracks will appear in front
of tho quarters of Barrett Post 6. A. 11.
and escort them through the principal
streets to the Masonic cemetery, where
floral offerings will be doposited on the
graves of the soldiers who sleep under
neath. In tho evening, memorial ex
ercises will bo rendered at the City
A car load of ore from tho Congress
niuio was shipped to Uolorauo yester
Tho Wiro Gold mill, at Verde, has
been Btartcd, and the outlook for satis
factory returns is excellent.
J. N. Rodenburg recently struck a
vein of very rich ore in a claim ho has
been working in the Bradshaw country.
Pig lead has dropped to $3.S0; small
prompt deliveries ; $3.75 bid fo r im
portant lots. (Quicksilver is firm at b'lic.
It is reported that two prospectors,
on their way to Harqua Hala, came
very near perishing on the desert, for
waut of water.
Dixie Mining Company aro employ
ing a large force of men, and their mill
will eoou be complete. The principal
stockholders of tho company are ex
pected in a few days.
President 'Stoddard, of tho Oro Bella
Company, reports his mill, recently
started up at Bayard, to be running
night and day, crushing the rich ores ot
Tho latest eastern quotations mako
quicksilver firm at an advance, with a
very ngui stocic ou nanu. rig tin is
firmer, $47.50 per flask. Copper, Lake
Superior sheets, 2633c per pound;
bars, 2633c; ingots 20c.
President Stoddard, of the Oro Bella
Mining company, secured a mining
and milling outfit that was hard to
beat whon ho selected William Tyack,
Oscar and George Whiting and J. Dud
loy Helm for tho positions of mino fore
man, millmcn and assayer, respectively.
All are experienced and competent
men, and known to be thoroughly re-.
liable and trustworthy.
Recent advices from the east state
that a settlement of 12c. for ingot cop
per, allows consumers 4o. rebate upon
April and May deliveries. Buyers,
however, do not tako kindly to the deal,
as an impression prevails that tho price
must move more favorabv, so no im
portant Bales are noted. Tho last sale
quoted was lUc. for 25,000 for Septem
NOT A PIMPLE ON HIM NOW.
Had with Krsectia. Hair all tu. Mralp
riivwawin erutnnH. TannlitlN
Jtalr wwuitt nevrr grew. ,iirtt by
OutlcarK Kemrttlen. Hair uplcuAlU
Hud net aplMpie vh him.
I o jinot nay ououcli tu nralae of the Cuti-
cdka HKXtniK't. My boy, whim oneytarof
at e, wait 8 laa with csoma tht ha lost all
of nU hatr. Ill rfraip wai covered with erap-
iionR. wmoii ue uoctor saip was acau ueau.
ami that his hatr would never crow again,
Dm patriae of a cure from ptiynlclaus, I began
iho use of the Ooticuua Ukhkdim, au-t. I
am happy to say, with the ruosi perfect 8 lie
ecu. H!s balr l uow spleiutlil, an 1 thefts
not aulmnlnon Mm. I recommend the flu-
ticqiu. ItKMKDixs to mother as tho most
Bpeeuy, economical, and sure cure for all sain
oistHAtH or liiianu nnu cnuuren, una reei
that v-ry mother who ha an nftltcttHt child
Will thank me for so dnlncr.
Al as. M. E, WOODSUM, Norway, Mo.
A Fever Nre Ktskt Warn Cured.
I muni extend to you the thanks of one of
my customers, wno has beou cured by using
theCox cuua KkhkdIks.o Rtiold Rore,cBsed
by a Iouk spell otaick.nesn or .evret(tht years
ago. Hti was so bad he kiu fearful he would
linye to have hie lee ampoUted, but la happy
to say ha Is now enUrely well sound aa a
dollar. Ho request me to use his namo,
which Is Jf. TT OAHov.merchant ot this place.
JOHN V. M1NOK, Druggist.
Heyere Hcalp Dtaesuse Car,
A few weeks ago my wife soflured very much
from a cutaneous dtseasn of the sea p, and
received no lellef irom Ihe vortoua remed e
shouted until she tried COTtcOR. The dis
ease promptlv yielded to the treatmuut. niul
Inattliort whUshe w entirely w II. Th r
ha been ho return of the illimse, and C-uti
gdkA ranks No. In our estimation for dis
eases of thn k!n.
UKV. J. PKES9I.EY BARKETT. D.D..
Vat Intra Kci dlea
Are a positive core for every farm of skin,
scalp and blood disease with lOMtorhair.from
pimples to crofula, exeeyt possibly Ictliyo-ilt,
Bold ove.ywhere. Price, CUT1CCR, Sflc;
oAi2fio.; HK3or.VK.vr, fl L'repared bv thn
POTTICR lKlrf! AND CURMIOAI. Co., HostOU,
fn. (lITno. tn Pmv. Ctrln nl.Mfl.flB l
CI paces, CO Illustrations, aud 100 testimonial
DlDl U titled by Cation ra MdlcteU Bonp.
Every Muscle Aches.
Slinrp aches, dull pains, strains and
wenkuesek. relieved la e atla
Htr, by tho Catlrara Antl-I'ala
UluA.a-AS )n Hrt A VI it Atll V I l a t UM-
tnneous piiin Hilling, HiroiigiuenuiK piaster.
WwLL U "m me utob
I will soil at the r-t-ldence of 0. A. Petar,
Esq. north of the school h -ue at 11 a. ra.
SATURDAY, JUNE 1st, 1889,
Household furniture, consisting in paut of
Elegant Bed-Room Sets,
China and GUsawgr. Mirrors, Tab'ea, Chaira
Dining Koorn and Kitchen Furniture, Etc
J. L. FiailER, Auctioneer.
Terms cash. Mo good', sold private.
Used by tke Uiit4 fiUtea (ToYeraaieat.
Endoned by the b4 of the ret Ualvsr
sltles and Public Amal-st, at tha 3tront,
Purest and tke most UsaUMuI, Dr. Price's
Cream? Baking P wder dos m eontaia
Amoaia i.uaeor mm. ur rricrjuHcxoc
Extract, Vanilla, Lasasn, O.'aaee, Aim x4,
Rovs, etc o not coataia Pobonoas OU or
Chemicals. PRICE BAKINGft'QWDXX COi
Combines the juice ef the Blue Figi of
California, so laxative and natntioO-S
with the medicinal yirtucs of plants
kaowa to be aut bcncScial to the
human system, forming the ONLY PER
FECT REMEDY to act gently yet
promptly oa tke
OUSTS, LITER ADD BOWELS
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Naturally .follow. Ev: v one i' using-it
and all are delighted with it. Ak your
druggist for SYRUP OF FIGS. Maws
factured only by the
CAUFORIf IA FIG SYRUP CO,
San Faaxcisco, Cau
'ocrsTfiia. Kv. Naw Yi
WHY YOU SHOULD
of COD XXV32K. OU,sa
Jt is used end eiulo-rned &y 2hy
iciHU because it is ths best.
It is thrtt times &s -3gcictt8 si
plain Cod Livjji
It jj frr mporicT tSS99iQun so
It is a ptrfact Emulsion, ctces not
separate cr chnnge.
It is wtdiTM 'an a floali preducer,
It is tbt fctst rsmscr for Cccssmp
tioe, Screfola, SrcncHSf , Wast
ing Sinuses, Ghx-mz C-sosh and
! by till Dmsii!t.
SCOTT A, BOWNE. Chcmists. N. l
in.the Dtatrlet Coast of tha Third JavJ.al:
Dl8trl,or th Territory of rltona. Ir si:
ror me uoaaiy- ; 'tdi.
Arlxeaa Lambr 'ompany.WiiaUrT.vs. Jacil
sua c- vimne. jiarenaaQi.
8ua Kxeontlou No. 113;
Under aad by virtue of a i ontar uf st'A &r
special fljceeauon ana uec-re or icm iss
nt of the Dletrict Ooan of the Third Ju mi-l
DIstrlct.Nof the Te'rltory vl Arlxona. m crl
ror the cou air or vavapni, on the aCfJKmT
In the Arisona Lumber Cobbwuv. iheabovl
Maw I K a a ... P.. XA .H.fe
named plnlatirr, tbtalaei a jBiajis atl
atcree agaiaai jaeaaoa u. v laiag, m
on the twenty-nfih ay of Keajavrr.
thn mm or two hundred ana tarty.
dollars with sevea er eaat lau
trom dat until Mid: which ahl dacran
oa the twer tv.flf h nay of Ketiiaary. Uts,'i
mraeu iu jou(as. saw. s. a ra si Ml
417, recorus or sai uis;nH uoar', i mm.
mauded toaill all that certain tor, pi
parcel of proBerlysltaa'a.lviaa-aad as
the town ot Floa-slaa". Cenntv er YaTauau
Territory of Arizona, boaaded aad-!erit
a follows, to wit. Onerraaie balMlagaho
iwcntv-four 'eet wide and thlrlTatxr,-it tr
ou lot No. 1 ail block No.?, la tha 1
Klagsiarr, Cotin y of Yavapai, aad. TetrltoJ
or ArnoDii, commonly Known a the rli
Notice is bureby ijlvan that oa
TkurwUy, tk 27tk Day i Jhm, U
M 13 o'clock noon of last day, la front of 1
Flagstaff DeiHocrat offlce, la the towa
Kiapiiarr. chanty or Yavapai sU Te
of Arlsona, I will .In obedience te aa(d i
execution. ortW of sale aad dcat a
sell the above destrlbed property, ar so i
thereof aamay hit neceaaary to satisfy
piiuuuu'N jaagmeai. wiia laiarasi saer
ana costs, etc , to we mgneM aiuaer ror
In United Htaten carrencv.
W. O. U'NElLL,8herlir. 1
By M. Mcl tie.SAV, Deputr. I
rreoooit, A.T., May j7in,iiHa
Bridge lath Hous
Hat and Cold ltlis, Alt Ht
Baths 50c Tbtvetlcke'i forfl. Qral
Bridge. Water nlee and clear.
1IEN1U tACOBrtVITZ. p
And Bath Eoonu
0a Montezuraa Street, Iftxt Dar
Finest equipped barbershop aad h)
Hot anil cold shower hatha.
Slue entrance 'o tunth 100m for lad !
BUHNQfiH Jt BJCIF, frZpj
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