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VOL. XXIXo. 42.
PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1886.
PRICE -TEN' CENTS -
r jrom Opiate, Zjatcttca
. AT DBUGGIST iXD DKALCSJL
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PQCAII DM .Catarrh
u iitnm u m Lin
t as. HrnK Mnrr.
Bcstoir lUr Hen
mrm ut ta.tr. near
teller. A roalllvr
bai aJn-d n euvl
il I- II nil Afks ...a. .an
lion.. A pur lrlp l nniiiml Intii mi-imuihi
no plw; Hirrcab e ta uc. price Su crnli, Lt
m I . 1 . i i . . . I a m . , -
K1.T SsHOTlflUt. lrukiil.0c-j. ,
SB YEARS IN USE.
9k Greatest Medial Trinnrpa ef t&a Agst
SYMPTOMS OF A
Xea of appetite. Bowel, csetlee. Fain la
th. keaJ. with a doll HiitllMli the
Back p-rt. i"ia seder lb. eeeale.r.
Made. rultntas after eatlor. with adla.
Inclination ta exertion ef hedr or salad.
Irritability efieayer, lw plrica.wlLa
feeling ef kavlar nealrctea aesse datr .
AVeariaraa, Diazleees, Flatteria at Iba
Mean. Data Before the area. Headache
rer lae tight ere. Ueetlce.n.ee. with
XtXuldrcnma. Illslilr coldrad I'riaavaaa
TCTTS riLXS ara especially- adapts1
to cuca rtucs, one doto effects suca a
cb&ae of feeling to istonlili the sufferer.
tkiCj ti 'i'n'.e on t'ltn,ttio tea sruem la
xiaiirlahcd.anl tiytnelrTonlc Action oa
tte ti lirejtt vcOrcrana.ltreulartttoolaare
fTtvlrrfV frtVV. 4 llanytit..t.Ti
TUTT'S EXTRfiGT SIRSIPARILU
Ktast&le L dj, tnAkf- iialtnr tlf!!.
ctresstceut rrtira irasacc
tee 67s:ux. rr.& purr blood aad ImrJ muacle;
tonsf tiis tii.-TO"-i tjaem. iarlforatea Ua
fcniia, and lxsparu tho tVat of T-"1
SI. Sold hr tlr.irlU.
FPI CU 4 1 ."Uurrax U, near Tarfc.
WPiTU PRIZE $75,0007
TJrkeia only S. ahorra la rrapartloa
Loakiana State Lottery Ceapaay
"Ve !o brrebr crtlfy thai aaperrlae
tn rr ur cirut- f ir a.i in Montbir and
Qianetly Druviozi of the Louisiana
bu:e rettery Comp.cj-, acd Id peraon man
Siiini control tba Dm flrs rhme!ve.
. J tiist the ti-rrio a e rot luc;J wltb lioare
ty falrnri.astl m good t Ith Inward ail par.
tie., arl we iinthorlxe f Toiapry to ue
t.l.cnlflcate, wittj fac- mtlexif outalgoa
i lure attached, la ita rt!u..nt."
Xtt the vp&em'r.r& HisU acd bankers
pT all Pntes il'awa la The LoaUUna
Etite fottriti Cili may pre-enledal
our count .rs.
Frcs. I)uisi&na National Bank
ka-ui t:i.ii. Kr.7t-eiv
Pres. Stale National Bank.
pVes. Jecw Orleans National llar.k
Iaecmt 's''1 Sn ,w tuT 25 'r b? Ir-
Vr -laiatnr" fir JucatIonat ana Oh.r;tat.!r
pcrio-r i acaplutl orji.OiO.OUO 1. trhlLii
a r. .n fan J ' ovu- t6M h alnco beer
aldt. . .
Uy an orenrh. popular vote lt rran.
ehte vu niU- 'f the present State
Cousttmilou Jo. IK-rembtrsd. V- I). Iff?.
The only lotiery rer voted on and cisr.
aa by th pcop 5r s ny iate.
XTiKVCtUc-A '-E'n TIONr.
Ha i;r.mt tia nrawlaara
talir piar.- aar.ihli --er.
dtuary Uja.u;r'. -aalarly every taree
riwiit,i iuiriu nf rjil-.nBar I aa
hrrel.rrt-. I -innln. T Marrli. I "".
M'LEllil Ufa VKTtaiHV T
u.'.winj Cie A. In theA oaueni'' c. Jiu.ic.
J'-wOrl"n.Tneaa. Jaaaa a' Atfc
Capita! Prize, $7tO0Q.
lOwOlM Tlrketaat Five ttm Harm Earn.
Victiaae. tn I'irthaln rrartlaa.
. tTCr I'UIZLK.
1 JM. .
' PprvilruaiSaa le ut t;.
03 t-.r rite to r.ntjk a' tv
tai i : :l- o: v: tii rvxptnvii
Vvl- '-.L -? f . rmatl inir'tacteartr, rjv
Its '-' . ,OITA.X- .OTK, taprri.
Jloa y u lie . or .S. w Vurfc i!T!a?CK la
ordlaty .-,.,. (Xrr . tv by Kiprea (al
srci .if Jj .;... :r'wi: at our nf.ui
31 A. OAlPltlS.
.c r Orieas. L.
M.z P. 0. Money I3rdrs payable
anj sddress Kegistered Letters
XEH' Ot:t.CAXX.t.Tl,'.AI. BAXK
.Vwr urirana. Lev
pr3- ;.l.lz2r liniment only good
for horses? It it for hflnTafjB
tica of 11 flesi.
U atacai lleaaa.
Tutf men aad rice Iiorte btre generally
gone into winter quarters.
Cattle ate at tiietr lowcat prica and
ran;rt at nea'lj their hiRhett.
Sixty or mure peeing hDre have bsta
adJJ to the 240 lltt tk.a aewon.
Ctlifotoia baa over fifty brnei tLat hire
rotted on California txtcka in 2:80 and bet
The cfihitle ct Tciu are pursuing aritb
riftor the men failtj ofcnttiag wira fences
ia that state.
A 9 jeir old boj recentlj rode trotting
horse a mile in a 2 itU gait . Few saeo can
do aa wel .
Rich finds of free rrai; in grasing coun
tries rre becomiag aa rare aa rich finds of
gild end j':ier.
Great !o;s of live stock acd ether proper
tj occurred is the Indian Territory teesctl
bj a praiie fire.
On anil lion head of cattle were born ia
Great Britiia !sit Tear, ot which number
300,000 died uf diaesre.
Of a'l the families of noted trotters be
n.mblotcntana take the leal in producing
fast runnii g hones.
The best time erer made by a doable
tem hauling two porsoas, 2:22 by West
mount and Mite very recently.
An uneiDectedly lare aamber ot. bee
cattle have been shipped to the eastern and
western matketa frcm Arixooa ranges this
Aa the range cmntry becoasee fenced op
in the cold section " of country, cattle per.
xt la larger annsbers bsrauie the force ol
aerere storms com pa's tbem ta diaft against
the fences an 1 upon each cth-r.
In the colt? sections cf range country cat
tle by th? hundreds suffer and die for the
wast of wat-r. Extra efforts are being
uade this s -ion to kep the waterinp
pUcea ocen L; catting ice, e ca Ar'Zsita
never troubled with this incosTenicnce.
Oc- hundred and fifty four head of trot
ting Lreu strcaT, property of the estate of
Hi. J. C. lit rVrrD, of Kentucky, were
a??m:J at 169.650. Four stallion were
appraised at (30,000.
me oare d o:iiy is me owner a treasury
The rich rsen of New Tcrk City, who
Ie:h their Iimitlcas wealth on high priced
bojfea have, in some cae b'rns costing
them from f j'J,0v'j to or-r $100,000.
The n m, ''Fair Liwn Stock Fare,'
f miliar to eecry genuine loter of fiae bones
in Acier c.
Geuer.il VVm. T. Wilbris, f Lexingtor,
K-;ritu ky, i the fortonstc proprtrtcr. We
are 7acd :c acknowledge the receipt of
lit ltih aiir.ait catalocu? of nich bred
ocU. Fair I.wn Mock farm is one mile
I'l.nn L-xingtou, ani it ii one of lbs finest
nd most -V.;ul!r n the entire state. It
era upon this ftrm that tte Equine Kirp,
Alrcor.t, hul h: home for many year, and
htrr. on the Giorijus Fourth of July, 1883
he di-d, and drparteJ for the fiaal borne of
he hotse. No crander horse erer Hred
than he. The lutterof hi rtme sbtll con
tir.u i to Line sod be sa glorious as the da
oa which be died.
Fourth in th: list cf atallions 'o day tbst
have sirei 20 trotters; first will be be
when the restless b'ood of the few last years
of hi breeding sba'l bsve been tinted m
the turf. Three hundred dollars fir bis
ervicea for the scas;n, brought t bis em
brace only the best blooi of the nation.
Two thirty gt'uttera by the score may be
counted to hit credit fur they will certain
Six grandly bred stallions are aow steer.
tiers in the Fair Laws Stud. Three cf
these are the select sons of old Aim not. For
detail particulars in reference to Fair Lawn
Stock Karn we advisj our readers woo
are interested in horse raising, to send their
aldrcss and a 2 -cent stamp to Geo. YTm.T.
Wither, L'xinrtor, Kj., and ask for bis
catalogue for 1S90.
It will bo remembsred that Gen. Withers
accompanied our townsman, Hon. J. J.
Gosper to this place about three years
since, and w&s so well pleased with the
mining out took tbat he invested about
S30.0GO in gold mince, which will probably
increase 1 it present wealth.
Tke Captarea Sqaaw.
The eiitnispion of the squaw' recently
csptutcd near Tombstote, has been cam
in e nee J. Ex-In liao Agent J. P. Clum acted
as interpreter and to him she eaid she was
not s Chiricskct, but h;!osgcd to the Cojo
lero or White ssntsin tribe. The party of
rertgades she r s with was tie stm- pr'y
tbat mid sa attack on the reservs 10a In
dians abaut a moath ago. In that fijht
eleven men acd re women were kil.e i and
two other women herself and bar boy
were taken captivar. They were told thy
wojld be intttntly k'lled and their heads
cut they mads any resilience or ever
Attempted .M wepa. She thought they had
been but tnrtf dys on the trail. The
n-gh: btfore s'be captured by Crouch
aad party she ratnsg. t0 Bl -Yai the
raiding psrty soon afier lA crossed
the B ebee road at the weat e n- be Mala
Mountain. The Indians were 4ielioij as
rapi :'y b. A sodc a s'le' got -
the rearof lb; pirty she turned off front tfce
trail towards the west ad rode rap'd y
km m the dark. Soe flnaily turned east
ward and pas; ! tii retanrter of the night
in the Mu'e Jlnti 's. sos'b of the Ulsbre
rtaJ. Th.- n xt dj 'he wandered bout in
the cifi in and SsiUy fotlo9 1 the direction
of th? rod, and wis near a ranch when
ciptu-rr. iiy the Anericn-. She aaid tbat
this haj been her fiiet chacce to escape
from the renegade sod her abjrct was to
g: beck to the reeervatios where tar (d
rreaeatt Sfeeial Claa.
An ergin;xt;on of tbe abote named club
was tfTiCtedlest n:3it with the following
G A Brsy, Pre; C V. Martiudell, Vi:e Pres.
id"c;CA Dike, Secretary; J I Gardner,
Treasurer; and the usual committees ap
pointed It ia the purpose of the club to
iva a dasce twice a mont.,the firt one
will be given at Honey's Hall on Friday
eTec'cp, January 15. h. Invitations to
fHTfon not members of the c'ub are limited
ta five usder the saperviaion ot tbe execu
tivi committee. Tbe clnb, at prevent, num
bers twenty two mem bars, the membership,
according to the rules adopted, fcalag Uatt-
ed to thirty mctaVerf.
At a meeting of the B ard ytaterday
foil wirg bills weie allow vl:
O P Hair, jaror'i ratifi ca'-
Osoge S Porter, Bercbandu'
City of Preecotr, water.
D Lvy A Co merchandise.....-
J C Msrtin, priniinr
W O O'Neil, reporter.
B ink of Pretcott, jarot'e certificate.
J W Clay rt '
P B Digf, boar ties -
Ueary Spauldinj appeared relative tc bis
Misssstient on personal property, whTch was
reduced to 408.
Jug i No yes appeared and argued a;tI"
the change cl it Peck roxd, fcr whictt ap
plicaliaa had been made.
The petition of Geo Loant and others for
a change in the Peck road waa granitri
under ceiuiu conditinas, the county agtee
ing to to pay 0 for the proposed chsxg?.
on i be asptaacs of the road by the oier
aeer ot the district.
The Board of Supervisors have received
and accepted the report of road ornrner
J. A. Kutledga and hia bill allowed fur
Tweaty head of catie were stricken
frojB the aateament of A. Zimmermen,
A bill ia favor ot D. Ft Mitchell f'r
167.90 wna allowed, to procure doors for
treasurer and probate court vault.
Sheriff UaIvcsob's bill was allowed for
The following kills were audited and
W J Mulveaoo, abenff's tees.
.... 71 00
.... lit 34
.... 55 40
Itobert Stew, " "
E Pannenberg, justices' fees
KkUj A Stephens, stationery
W O O'Ntil, printing
Charlce Qcio, constable fees
D W Clearwater, bonnMes
Jo'at Grjy, "
L Myers, "
J T Meador, indigent..
S G Marcou, interpreter
J C Frederick, express
J W Wilson A Co., msrcbandUe. . .
.... 104 07
.... 137 75
.... 59 00
.... 13 CO
.... 3 00
... 25 00
... 23 00
... 25 00
... 25 00
... 87 50
... 10 CO
... 11 00
UcCiadlers A Robins or, care indi
Mary B.iwmsn, indigent sick
M Gold water A Son, merchandise..
J G Campbell,
J L Fisher,
J II Milcr, repairs
Geo II Curry, care e'ecks
Bncht A Tnronr, ironing prisoners
T 0 Brsy A Co, merchandise
Mrs R-ch, meals
T II Lucas, repairs
A Baxtrd, elimination mule....
J II Ilarbcson mule killed for g'an
Cliy Clleetasr trr.
Total amount r.f licenses for the yesr end
ing Dec. 31t 1385, was 3,17992.
July 830 75
Augdit..., 344 35
September - 26 00
October 23 CO
November 33 00
Total 8809 10
The total receipt for sssetafcg and tax
collecting were $3,954 so.
L cense tax 5.17 92
Municipal tax 8.510 22
Uater ream 80S 10
Amoar t delinquent 367,8 A
Lieutenant Btiley, of the 8th infantry.
formerly statioaed at Whipple, and a son of
Colonel Bailey, formerly medical dueetor of
this department, died recently at Angel
Doting the year IMS county warranta
were issued to the amount of 50,546.92,
divided as follows t General iund, 43,633.
03; eontioeent, 3,656.53; toad, 2,733.26.
Tbe following are tho items for which
tbe warrants were paid:
Supervisors $ i,&u) CO
Clerk of Board 543 50
Cietk ot Dlitrict Court 1,857 07
Sheriff; (includisj jailor aad
bailiff 11.761 73
Janitor CiO 03
Atty's fees other than Di-iA.ty.. 2,0S 00
H-cnrder- 178 20
Probate Judge, C76 C5
Coroner and Post Mortems 158 45
Court Dum sud jail expense. . 6,086 73
Justice of the Peace 1,069 65
Constables 1,265 85
Jurors 2.734 20
Witnesses . 4,810 80
Interpreter 2 50
Indigent sick at hospital 2,671 00
Indigent arck ourside of hoapital 750 25
Bar-sa 125 23
Transportation uf insane l.CSi 00
Books and Stationer j C32 12
Printing 1 CCC 80
B ara cf Prisoner 2,217 20
B-mntits 703 CO
Boadt 2,733 CO
This cCce is in receipt of a copy of A. S.
Fay ne paper, the San Bernardino, f Cal.)
Morning Hour. It is a healthy locking
young democratic imper, and with tbe sddi
tional fife which Fay's energy and ability
will infuse into it, will, no doubt, becom
the leadteg psper of Southern California.
Hop Brother Fy may rcal'.xs a fortune
lroai his venture.
An old phralclar, retire 1 frost prsettee.
haTtaa- tad placed ta his hand by an Xaat
Ind a mlaaionar; tbe formula ot a siispls veje
e abla remedy for Ike spedy and permanent
cure of Cons mptlou, firoechltis, C.lanti,
Asthma ani all uroat aad lunp affections,
alsj a posltlva and radical enre for Nervous
UebUfy and all Nervous Complaint, after
havioc; tetUd Its aosdsrful curative powera
la thautand of eaec. haafeltitn'sdaty to
make lt known ta hts ruffertna; fellows, Ac.
tasted by -this motive end desire v relieve
aoaaaa suferlns;, I will acad free of ikarge. to
all who desire it. this retipe, ia German
rrench or lailisa, wlUj luU directions for
iiiapatlngsar aatnr 6 at ay mall by addrees
lat wtu stamp. aaaiseT tua paper, W. A.
XOria 166 rswafa fcaltoenasUr.Ksw
"Say, what is honor ? TU the finest her.tf:
Oi j inicu which lb: huiuaa mind cc
Intent etch lurkio frsilty to di:c!eim,
And cutrd tli; ways ct life from all
Suff.red or done."
Every principle that is a motive to ood
actions ought, to be eccjurrgjd, ticca men
arc so difTcrtnt a mikr, that the same prin
ciple dees not work equally ujnn 1 11 minds.
What tome men are prompted to by con
cience, duty, or relyion, whi'b are only
d.ffjient names for thn stme thug, others
are prompted to by honor. Tlis ;n5s of
honoris of so fine snd delicate i: nature,
that it It only tu b met with in mini's
which are natura'Iy nub.r, or in f ucli &s
hve been enltivatc-l by Krt cxsa:;ic,or a
refined educstion. This eiiny, tbt retort-, i-
chit fly designed for those who, b; me.LS
ot these adrsntspea are, or ought to Lc
actuated by this gloriouj principle. True
honor, though it be u diffirtet prineip:e
from religion, is that w'lich pro luce j tie
aame effects. Tbe lines of actioa, though
drawn from diflerent parts, termiuatu in the
same point. Religion es jraccs virtua as it
Is enjoined by the laws of God; honor, as is
graceful and orniminta! te human nature
The religious man fears tho mn -f honor,
scorns to do an ill actios; the lttt.r cosid
ers vice as Mtaetlring b:neath him tic for
mer as sorsethin that is rg-nii tj the
Divine Bstegj 'be ono st what is tabtcom
ine. the other, as what 's Jonoddt: these
are those woo hae a richt nrti c ' : it
Those tba' have mistaken notion-, -
th.t estat'lish snythirg fo themselvts f.'.
point of honor, wb.ci. i contrary -tithcr
the Hrri of God, or of their c untry. who
think it n.ore honorable to reverfr?, thia to
forjjivc rn inje-y; who mike no sc up.'c of
tclhsg a lie, but would put Mrj man to
death that accuses them oi it; who are more
careful to guard their rcpi'etioa by thei
courage than by their virtue. Trt:; forti
tude is indeed co LKrcoiuirg in human
nature, that he who wants it scarce dererves
the name of man, but we Sad ro&ny who so
much abuse this notion, that they place the
who!o iJ.it of honor in a kind of brutal
courage, by which means many, call them
selves men of honor. In a worn, 'he man
who sactifkes sny du'y tf a rcaor.ib.c
creature to a pievaiiing mode oi msLinn,
alio lock upon anjthic a lotiorihle l.at
is destructive to society, nlio thina lumislt
obliged by tin piir.ciple to the practice cf
some virtues and not of otnerf, i by no
means to 1 reckoned asions tiuc ratn c!
honor. Bat whatever wealth and J gaitics
hey msy arrive n tb iy might consider;
that everyone stands as n blot in the nnn!.
of Lis country who gains hoacr by any
otner way than throujb the gitcvuy of vir
Tombstone is to have a female barber.
Progressive eucbre has
The Epitaph is the cfScial piper of
Cameron H. "Kirg end Abel S. Ducgas
bsve formed a law copartnership in Tuc
Tbe Territorial Democratic Centra' Com
mittee will meet in Tucson on the 8th ij
S'ant. A large number of Cliforniacs are visit
ing the Salt River Valley, with a view ol
Judge Picney, of Phenix, will shortly re
move to Naps, California, to ergago in the
practice of law.
Nib -Dia-Ocgh, the Apache rquaw, has
been held to appear before the grand jury,
of Cochise connty.
Tombstone baa contracted for one year
for the conveyance of her iastae persons to
Stockton for 234 each.
Col. Zin I.. Tidball, of the Tucson Time,
is a grana-pa, a aaugatcr narin;; iwsn
recently bjru to b's daughter, M7$. ADtl
Brck layiag oi theewt 7t3g tl e in-
tane asyicci is prosrsw r;j:idlT ar.d b. te
nd of the v sek will be reaJy tarci. . ,vir
first tory j :.
Harris Bsldwin, cf A?ci.9 caunty, hsl -rough
experience ia s scon storm recently,
Itisicg hi wsy tiid being out ait r.fglit. His
fte! cere badly frc:en.
IT.in. (U C. S'epbcns has btcoane a-ao-citted
witb the law firm of Hereford acd
Lovell, ia Tucson, and th sbingln now
retdt: "llsrefcrd, Lovell A Stephen."
Mr. Georcc Kuitjbt, an old tine Vnmaiic
tai nn atto'fley t law, has returced ta
Yuma to locate. He has b-en for s-mo
'irte at hU ' old Kentucky hon.e."'
Hoea Gtccnhaw bs- the champion record
as a nimrod. so fr the present scna. Vcf
ttiuy in S3 shots he biged 72 quails, C
cottontail rabbits, one jtck ri.Ibit and one
rar lUnl duck. Gtsettc.
An experienced ii isinj maa who ha v -
ittd tiTiTst every property wilhio f :r!y ,
nvles ot Tucop, ay 1 c cruld lay dovrn
3.000 tons of good grde ro a tar-nth, 'o
reduction works ia that city, frxu srj-.ccst 1
The Perlees mine, at Qi:j)toa, bat yro
duted during lie pc three month
00) in oullion, and now adds an aascstaent
of 23 ctnts a share.
A Duncan correspondent of th: C'ifton
Clarion states tbat some nf the cattle rats
of tbat section contemplato cosntructrnq
aige tanks bsck front tho nver in tie
atountalcr, in order to get a luffictent sup
ply of water where tbe bit grass is to be
U. 5. Surveyor General John Hisa U a
pi act teal primer and a former jDunrist
Be has ascended tbe ladder from his flrit
e::prieaee with "type lict" to the tripod
nd attained distinction as a jiurn-.Ii;!.
TbereisafratcrntI tie existing t-etwirn
embers of tbe crsft tbat -s quite bcyend
tba cosprebeasioa et the gsser&l pubiic,
ajd . trac journalist ia always giad to
raxard tba prtfersasft. of a brother quill.
Two simple words whose fearfal power,
The soul hss felt in sorrow's hour;
ben from the depths of dsrk despair,
The heart wails forth its aaguisk prayer,
Mid storms ol ww that oft arise,
And wrap in gloom life's radiant akier,
Hope builds no rainbow o'er tbe gate
Closed with tbe eoVmu words Too latt I
How oft amid the cares of life.
While passing through tba world' sad
We ruth unheeding, by sweat Joy,
And blindly count them worthless toys;
Till stsnding on some barren plain,
He turn and view our path again,
See the lost blessing, dear and great,
Aud sadly moan --too late, too late!
Porchsnce it hurl'J the stinging dart.
Tbat ru gs with giiet a loved oae'a htart ;
Tbe Mi?ry, bitter, parting word.
u i h burning touch remorse has stirr'd;
Til forced a p irdon kind to seek, . '
ith eager, lovipg words to speak;-
Return to find Death reigns ia stste,
While pitying angels sigb too latel
The prit'ner in bis dungeon cell,
Led by tnc ttitcgth of sin's dread spel1.
Whose hands arc red with human bleod.
bteep'd in crime wild, degrading flood;
turns backward, to bis early day,
And tracks again his boyish ways.
Finds tbe first step that led him down,
To tumble, neath a prison's frown;
He ee agsin the dear one's stand,
Wto then form'd home's unbroken band,
V rr.othet prayers, and bitter tears,
A father's count el, and auxious fears;
tlcrii M. as pa- the piiAntooi train
Sees al' hia error, writhes in ptis,
Eejfret, rtraorte, upjn bim wtit,
Anu tlitn-.s ihcut too late, too latt!
Low spread btneath the human feet,
L;es Hope's scorned oJerings sweet!
Ttra !:c the best and tsitcnt bourt,
There lia Truth's neglected flowers.
And when night shade, begin to fill,
In vaiu would man the past recall,
The soul bends o'er life's shadowy gate.
And wails earth's saddest words tuo
At the regular meeting of the Prescott
Rifles, Company B, N. (1. A., held. Tues
day evening last, the following was unaei-
It havirg pleased a mysterious Provi
dence to tuke from us, by th band of tbe
assiesiD, cur cnmrsdcJubn M. Slurphy, it
..u'y remains tor us to put on reccrd a tri
two to his worth, and to express tbe grief I
! bis comrades for bis lcsi. While we
sorrow for his untin ly ileal h it is not for
us to question the ways ot Him who doeth
all things well. It all his relations to us,
a folcicr. comrade and fnend, John M.
Hurray "ro tto warte nawers or a
b atnelefs life." By bis death this com
pany has !ot one of its boat member, tbe
uiihtia, a brsr: soldier, tbe territory, aa
lioacst and upright citizen and filter.
In token oi oar sonow for bis lot, be it
RisolTeJ, tbat the atmcry and colon of tbe
company bu draped in mourning for sixty J
tions b9 printed-in the daily papers, spread
1-9 t 1 1 v. i i. : . i i. i !
on tbs ruinutc, and a copy sent to tbe re's,
tivts cf our dcccad comrade.
Tare Soldlera Killed.
Oa the evening cf the 6 1 instant, just
aft rr a dc'acbment cf Troop C, 10th cav 4"
ry, hid lett camp at Cave Csfi-m, a scout,
who wis accompanying tbe soldiers, fired
i.: i.j .i. . .k. -
UaJ (SUVA Xk4 IC UM LLIttil I fc7 WWB1UJ I
anrl nno anlrfi.r I
Jf vou want a handsome calendar for
1SS6, get Hocd'4 Household Calendar. Ton
may search for days, but yon will aot get
one more artistic, more beautilnl, or mora
convenient than that issued by tbe propria-
tors of Hood's Sarssparilla.
it u a perfect
gem, and in every respect is the ideal cat
eadar. Ask for it at your druggist', and
if you don't get it there, send six cents for
one copy, or ten cents for two, to C. I.
Ecod & Co. Lowell, Mess,
The fjll-wing i t'i of letters
rcasinmg st tr.s ?ct Omcts :z Preicott,
Ar-zina, furtbS TTiib ending Jirjtary 65,
Boatwick John H Mclntyre T B
Cocfcroa U B
.McKesi-on W H
Newt ia Henry
Tetrj) C C
Vn Sicckle It
Van Armsn A R
Wood bridge Jarod
Goie T J
Hitchcock n W (3)
Jacob) A B
King R N
Lowrey F E
Jlank Geo W
Call for sdrormrd letters.
J H A MaesK,
This poir ter never varle. A mirvel "
purity. strenjrAi and wnolesotneaess. st c S
ecanoaleat tan t le ordinary Vinos jind c. m
net be tall Inconpetitioe-aitbthemultttua-'
otlow.test hort ebrht, slnra or pheephat
fowdera. Sail only is cans. Royal Basiag
ow4x Co, 106 Wall gtrast, 5sw lark.
WEINSTOCK cS: LUBIN,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
400, 402, 404, 406, 408 K STREET,
HEISLER & POE,
In order to better acwmmotlato
BULL'SHEAO H MARKE
ia connection with our California mrxket, (at South Monte-
zurna street,) the Bull s Head marker, North Monte
zuma street, next to the P. & O. Restaurant, near
the corner of GurJey Street, where we will
keep always on band the best assortment
a . a . r
the following reduced prices torcasn, to wntcn trie attention ot tnc purjii?
Beef bytde cents
l.f"' yr "'""V"-?'"-
fSMl DjT lOrRjUlnffr.
Beef .rump and roanil
Beer tto roaat-
uaet plate boULna
Ber atrlotnaBd oiaraousialetlc IS
Hear prima tenderloin and porter
Bcf round end cnufk ie a , suilO
slntloa bv carcata or aide-
u.-sq n-livarntj trt all nartc nf th?
MMISttaf Safft61f HIV! 6, fat sm'6 i V Wl tVIIW
Fine Rooms 50o
COMFOKT AND ELEGANCE
THIS HOTEL, WHICH HAS J U ST BEEN" OPENED, 12 SEW
And furnished in every particular with all the convenience
it mAke it a
It ii situated in the center of the city, within fifty yardi of the
Postoffice, and is the MOST CONVENIENT HOUSE in .N'ortheni
Arizona. Particular Attention Paid to the Comfort of my Guests.
8EB. AUMULLEB, Proprietor.
P raaaott, Jaly 1, 1835.
THE ONLY HOTEL IX TOWN.
(Succeessor to Dan Hatz,)
SOUTH MONTEZUMA STREET, PRESCOTT.
Board and Lodging Per Week - - - $10
Board, By the Day - - $1
LARGE AND AIRY ROOMS
8lMaaiBak2rj Attached. Frvsh Bax 1 Iirirvi t vxj prt of Tow
PaSiQiTr, Annas. i-.to'-Jir 7, 15J3.
IRE IMt KHil.
eURLET STREET, Of P. SEW CLUB KOOXS,
Unexcelled Wines, liquors and Cigars
WILL ALWAYS BE 8EEVXD TO PATKOXS
LIST AND S AIM PES FKIV"
our customers, we have opened
and quality of meats, which we will sell at
e . V la
Mut""n ahoulder and etatk chops
Mnttoa prime chops..
Ijimb by slue
I jim rib and loin cuop
Ltmb abonltler and leca
1'nrkt by aldeor quarter.
Head cbeeae .,,
r.itv anrt Fnrt Whinnls Frpa tn
W f aa WtaT fl,V
and $1 Per Day.
, 17 to
' . '. 15
!.txah ratumasu HwcaaU
Tiik AKirosx JociL.tAL-Hia la pae
i-i. u evfry day in ttio we.fe except Sanaar
1EC ABIIO.N-A W CKCZ.T JoCR.taL.il UBS tS
ii.it. klirj every Wed a Mj ay at iYainl, ta.
Tillt .V1MT.OS.V 2CMI.IMailiia
ii'.TOted to the rommerelal and baamasa lav
rrt of Uu Territory.
DAILY peryear - - flLSt
AxtKiT " one year, S t4
" " air monrh. a Oa
Money m be retsltttd by realatered letter.
aostotSce order or draft.
The Joca.-Musbwiu be SellTerd by
rrier to subscribers in the city for as caais
cal notices will Nj Snaerted at tfteea
:nt a line for the first Insertion aad tea
tuts per line for each subcequeat insertion.
Carrtoposdence oti all submeU of (eneral
nterest will be accepted. andBBews froaa aay
scanty U solicited, cepectalLrtroni tbe Balsuag
'smp and ajrrlcrlral district.
All communlri jons shonld be addreaaed to
Jocsxu-ilinait. Prearott. Artxona.
K. C. IUai. Hootu No. 65, Merc baa u'Cs
iftanse. San Fran:Iro. ! aole asent for the
Akizo.va JouaAj.-MtxiB In that city. He
.in horir.ej to collect money dee this
utabllabnnect, t&so orilcrc for adeertlMns,
i"d attecdt auy other botnrti derolvtnc
poii Mm k t"i rtvrt cntaiiv "f tbe pob
l.r. i:n Iaiy J"T.yAt. MiXBR aad
xt.r it truNAL-Mttccr v it be louad oa
Ct at : offira. a
Katea ot Ojrat AalvVrtlaiaat.
l-rmous. Ul-irlct ( oart.
. taoc Jcatlce Court
r i. rolare notice
I. nd031:e iNotlce for Publication) ,. Boa
A"pI!etlon for Talent.
, iin.aieitatct'a .iouc.
1 ILK AT UC9. X.
HrT.pmptT- Aatvertlalag Baraawa U3 Snccai
r, i b made for if in
Hall 4Uuir TiaBa Table a aad
Mai tor southern portion of the Territory
j.5 Puriac Out leases daily at 6t30 a. s:
fia Prx-aix aud Atarlcopi. Arrives ut 6 $9
ilsti lor tho Zaatern States ria A. & P.
3. K- ieates daily at 6:00 p. a. Arrives
U 7 30 p. m. daily,
17oil iiu Bradihsw, -via llajsayasapa,
3uenu, Meerille aad AJexaadria, leaves
Horulayi and Fridays at 7 , m. Ani vea
luasday and Saturslajs at 0 p. at.
3lail fo- Phcnis, Antelope alley,
Stauton, Wickenburgb and Vulture, ieBTea
Koridays. AVedaead-ys and i'ridays i:lL
x. Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays sad. Sat
isya at 6 a. m.
Mail fur Jnnipor, via Simmons leaves
urdsys aud Tuesdays at 7 a, uu; arrifsa
i' jdajs and Fridays at C p. m.
J. fl . A . 2Iarh. Peat mas ter.
.ve Ab Fork at ir30A.il. Arrive at Al
---.uerque tll3J t. M.
core Alhuauerque at S"iO A.M. Arrive St
t-li Kork at 10 AO f . 31. Arrl r sfojave at "
'-u f. M. Leave Molave (8ta rraaclsca'
U v') at 6:00 f.M Arrive at 3a 7rsaeUeoar
Train oa tbe Atlantic rod raelie wtll bere
.'lerberua on mountain time.
iktnaoa theijootherc Iaclflc wl aseSaa
I'olleaan Palncc Mteeplaa; Oarw wtll a
ran through betweeu Mt. I -alv KaW"
m City aad tan S'raaelaea,
"V Through ticket to all poiata fse
ulo tl the i'rescott oSlce.
For iuforaaiion concerning pasaeagsr ar
, tv. c Dexsisotr,
. F. and P. AAlbniuerqae,2f. K.
L). .. Robtnsou.Goeral MibSfer
or J. F. MKADuR, Accnt, PrttcQtt.
STEPHEN G. MABCOU.
ATTOWiKV AND COUXSELLOR-AT-LAW.
C G. W. FRENCH.
Atxokkkv and Counselor at I.w.
tar Will practice In all th Courts of
Ulrica Unr lb Bank, of Arisen
L. F. EGCERS.
D1STXICT ATTORNEY Or YAVAPAI COUJOT,
OiSce in Court House j Prescott.
E. it SANFORD.
a few doors aorta
Offioe cm Cortex Street,
Thx of Jovksxl. office.
DR. F. S. AJLN'SWOETH,
PaiSlCIAM ABTB 8UBB9a
OOoe OetmruaaJ Boildlcs. Gcriey meat.!
Physician aud Sukgkok.
Ofiice on Hostezsma street-
One door atforth of Reese & (Jo's Dragsters
Attorney Gexeravot Asisosfa.
AllOJIKSV AS3 COCSaZLOJt XT 2i.W
Orlc Over tba Sank of ArUosj.
W2L H. aCoGSZW,
A TT 'KNEY-AT.LAW, TJ. 8. COSCMSS
.V PIONUIl aad tor TWrd DUUIet Court.
lavacAl cmatT. Offira-n.it itmr m tn.k
& Vr'clla. iletooU. .1. T. S-Zl
C HERNDON. J J. HAWKINS
HERXDON & HAWKINS,
AJTOROEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LA
pecial attention :o conveyancing and
ofEce work cf all kinds.
HENRY CLAY EURKE.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSFaOR-AT-LAW.
TWWi:trractlfe In ail the raarta orarlaaB.
and be.'ore taetarUc D. t-artmenta la Waak
:-Kooj o. s.eTerB-nlc cr Artsoca,
Prescctt, A. T.
Saloon & Lodging House
Cones Street, Opposite OiSceilow.
Wines, Liqutrs and cjfats cf a good
uahty alwayt on hand. Neat acrid
tit, well rentilated rooaa.