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ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER.
J. C Martis. Editor,
WEDNESDAY. . . . JASUAKY. 13, 1835
A Washington telegram of January
The President has decided to relieve
Ceneril Crook from his command in
Arizona, 2nd will probably be relieved
by General Miles within the nest neck
or ten daj s. G rncral Sheridan has been
trying to prevent this, 2nd may yet be
able to do so, ss he believes General
Craok has dune everything human power
could do tu capture the renegade
Apaches. He thinks no one could have
done any better than Crook, and stii!
considers that officer the ablest leader in
Indian warfare in the United States army
bat the pressure upon the President to
wake a change it very strong and comes
bath from friends cf Gcneial Miles who
. is anxious to try his hand auhe job and
the people of Arizona, who have lost
confidence in Crook, and have sent any
amount of appeals to the president, cf
both an official and private character.
General Sheridan says it is vary easy to
criticise a man who has been laboring
under the disadvatages Crook has been
lufferlnj from, and 4that no one can fully
appreciate the difficulties which he has
encountered. lie thinks that if Crook
is let alone he will come out all right in
the end, but the President is of the
opinion that the General has had a fair
chance and should not object to surren
dering his command and letting some
one che try it. Some of the friends of
General Miles say he is making a mistake
in seeking Crook's job, as he will not
succeed any better, but the stars of a
Major-Ger.eral are to be given away.
General Pope retires in a couple of
months, and Miles wants a chance to
A SI OIIHI. KklUlUICR.
A few nights since, says an exchange.
Senators Hampton, Voorhees, Ransom,
end a friend cl the latter, lrom North
Carolina, were sitting around the fire in
Washington, talking about offices and
civil bervice reform. Senators Hampton
and Voorhees were congratulating the
North Carolina senator on his great suc
cess in obtaining positions for his frier
and the facility which, despite civil ser
vice rules, changes had been made in
General Ransom, with the sweet, guile
less smile for which he is so famous, re
plied that 1:1 none cf the appointments
which he had secured had there been the
lcait evasion of cml service reform, and
all the appointments were models in that
"Yes, I know that is true," remarked
the North Cirohnian. "I saw one'of
them the other day, an internal revenue
collector, who had discovered one of his
chums running an iliicit suiL He said
to him: 'Now, Jim, Cleveland told me to
say to you, this is all right, but as a favor
to him he would like you to move this
still a little further lack in the moun
tains, where the smoke will not be seen
from the road ' "
ftKXATOIr HICK KBUHMC.
A Washington telegram states that
during the holiday recess cf congress and
since the delivery of his speech in favor
of silver coinage. Senator Heck has re
ceived more letters than any other mem
ber of the senate. In fact, letters have
come to him by the hundreds daily, all
0: them commsnJing the position h- has
taken, and urging him to stand firm in
support of the silver dollar. While the
bulk ot these letters have come from the
est and ou h, no: a few have been
sent by residents i the east. Among
the tributes of commendation that
reached Mr. tteck by mail during the
hol:di)s, was one from the youngest
daughter of Mr. Jefferson Dans, of Mis
sissippi. It is a neat water color painting
representing a silvery moon looking down
through a sheen of silvery clouds upon a
prosperous landscape. Underneath was
Hrif.cn in Miss Davis' hand:
"Diana's tribute to the champion of
It is perhaps fair to say that ?JI the
commendations he has received, tailed to
please the senator as much a$ this little
fcojiKwit it i:uiuu.tn(i.
As an evidence ol the unlurrassuent
of an editor. bo publishes cfiiciall) pre
pared editorial?, the Phcais tlarettc
recently gave a good illustration. In the
article prepared by one in close relation,
with the administration, and copied m
this morning'-: Courier we find the fol
lowing: "In wanton disregard of their
cf:!..j! oath, andtn direct violation of a
fedrral salute the members of that
for Frank M. Murphy 5,650 as repre
sentative to cx;o.iior,s."
In the next issue ot" the Gazette the
editor of that paper hastens to explain
by saying that "ihc allowance ot" the last
legislature to F. M Murphy, as com
missioner at Ne Oilcans, was but
3.0 jo, hiih d.d m: prove sr.fScier.t to
meet all of his expenses. T.te territory
hn been greatly benefited by cur display
at Near Orleans las: winter, and we
would have profktei stiS nio;e had net
the Indian outrc lk occurred."
From the letinio.vr cf the Indian
squaw captured near Tombstone, in
stead of belunsmi to the band of hostiles
she was simply a captise in their hands.
Should this fact be made apparent it
will be difficult to convict her of any
crime. A: the t tn of her capture she
claims to have b.-en trying to escape from
Ccntrary to recently published repcrts
the Pope is said to be enjiytng excellent
AT TBK CA.MTAU
Iraes maulpy Umr Ttm Art-
Washikgtox, D. C,
Dec 31st, 1885.
Again I find myself in the City of
Magnificent Distances and write you a
few lines concerning the doings here. It
has been unusually interesting to far into
the long session of the 49th Congresfc
and the time has been taken up very
largely by the lower House in changing
the standing rules. People generally
think they are not much interested in
this matter, but they are. Heretofore
all appropriations have come from the
standing committee on that subject and
i: lias not only retarded necessary legis
lation, but defeated much which could
have been done to oenefit localities.
The great West has not been entirely
ignored exactly, but her interests have
been made secondary, just because of
the centralization of power in the com
mittee on appropriations, and a member
of that committee could use his position
to coerce membcrsinto voting for some
measure of his own. Now this appro
priation cemmittee business is more
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hard I am informed.
CoL Bean looms up O K amongst the
other members, and if any of them
attempts to set down upon him, they
will be mistaken. He seems to possess
the qualifications necessary to make a
good delegate. He has energy and
perseverance and ability, and in marked
contrast to many delegates heretofore
here -from other territories. He will
always secure a respectful hearing and
will undoubtedly secure some substantial
Denents lor Arizona.
I have been talking to several Cali-
fornix members concerning wants for
Arizona, ana tncy win won lor us gooa
Hon. C N. Felton I regard as a very
able man and he is energetic and indus-1
trious, and woe unto the old member
who attemps to sit down on him. The
usual practice here is for members who
nave necn in Congress two terms to put
on sohphomonc airs, and those who
have been thres terms or more to arro-
gate airs of senority to such a degree as
to make themselves offensively rude and
ridiculous. For instance itjs the usual
practice to cough down a new member
ne attempts to speaic, or Durst out into
a loud gufTew in derision, in fact, more
ill bred than the lowest bar room loafer
in the country would be for he knows
better, self preservation would prevent
him from such a thing if nothing else
for he knows that if he attemped to ridi
cule the first stranger that came in he
would cither get shot or be thrown out
bodily, and if some new member of Con
gress would throw some of his tormentors
out of a window the others would be
When one goes into theUnited States
Senate and witnesses the dignified
bearing and courteous demeanor cf each
Senator he is proud of country. When he
goes into the House he is ashamed of
his representatives and some future con
gressman will gain undying fame for
himself and the gratitude of the country
if he will metaphirocally speaking hold
up before the House of representatives
a mirror, in which its deformity will be
reflected. I am inclined to think Felton I
of California will do it some day. 1
unterstand the Indian affair of Arizona
are to be investigated, the reasons 'or I
the periodical outbreaks inquired into
and the remedy devised. I also learn
tint a movement will soon be inaugura
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ted to quiet title to lands in Arizona.
The general notion is that that wild and
savage Indians roam all over the terri
tory, killing and scalping the whites, and
that they are made savage by lawlessness
and blood thirsty cowboys. A largenum-
ber of christian philarthrropists desire
the conversion of the Indians, and look
with a holy horror on me when I say that
a double barreled shot gun loaded with
buck shot can make more good Indians
and seud them to the happy hunting
grounds than a whole car load of bibles
ould like to see it tried, Give a
Tombstone man the shot cun and an
Eastern philantropist the bible, let each
of them trvGeronimo and Chiricahuas.
I imagine the result, in 15 or ao minutes,
the nhilantrociifs sraln m.lH Hle
at Gcronimo's belt, and the Tombstone
man would be belting Geronimo's scalp
with his empty shot gun, having first
emp:ied the contents into Geronimo's
I will write again some of these days.
Oh, I almost forgot to mention that I
saw General Wardwell last evening also
M. R. ise. Mr. Wise, I think has a
clerkship in the H. R. I do not know
what the cineral has cot. I should have
hojgh: he'd got tired by this time
waiting nu concluded that Republics
are too ungrateful, even though its affairs
: managed by reform Democrats.
In an article in the Courier this morn-
ms, m which reference is made to the
appropriations for the insane asjluni
bond;, normal s-hnfil. iimvprirv. fllla
river bridge and Apache county road
bonds, that paper says it "objected to
saddling the territory with most of the
atovc mentioned indebtedness." A I
careful perusal ot the files of that paper, I
kep: at this office, fails to disclose a sin- I
ele article in oDnosition to anv of the I
above named bills when they were up
for consideratian before the legislature,
except one faint protest that the amount I
asked for the insane asjlum was too j
much. On the contrary, in its issue of I
January id, 1S85, in outlining legisla-
tion, it recommended aid which even the ears like a strain of Wagner's mafic a I "hue thtre n a small portion of Anz
extravagmt 13th failed to make. It an-1 pure mechanical effect of euphony and ona that is dispasad to criticise General
Bounced itself in favor of offering induce-1
mcnts to people who would erect and I
run reduction works, just what the I
nature or amount of inducements it fa
vored if aa not iUted. It al9 boldly c
claimed itaalf infarct f a aiditioMl
appropriation to codify wnr baagliag
laws." Tha insane MjIum, mtimI
school and university appropriations
were outlined by sayiag that "legtiUtora
would be called upon to f raise and puas
bills for the care f the iaaane; for pro
viding for the higher education for the
youth of the territory." All these except
to vote subsidies for the erection and
running of reduction works and for ccdi
fring the "bungling laws" werepaiaad by
AS SANTBKH T1BW.
An old timer cornea to the frost in aa
article in this aaorning's Courier aa an
anixous seeker after truth and inquires:
"whose coma are pinched by the recent
proclamation? aad tkea proceeds t
answer it by stating certaialy sot law
abiding citiasna. This O. T. who writes
so glibly about "irretpoaaible scribblers"
but who shield hk ideality beaiad at
worn out aomde-pluate, must have beta
enjoying a Rip Van Winkle saosseM
the summit of Thumb Butte during all
the discussioa of this prodiautiea
business and oa awakening took k up by
wrong end. No one has claimed
that it in ures our citizens at hosae. ku
that it tends ta confirm the views held
by eastern people in retard to the
lawless element of out dtiaeaa. That
such is the case is clearly demonstrated
by the following frosa tha New York
"i ne wrath ot toe retMeats of Aiuana
must be immensely deeper than has
I generally been supposed, or the gover -
I nor's proclamation directing the people
I to keep the peace would not have been
issued. Only a desperately strained
situation would have called it farth. Yet
I thCre is but one wav to look at this
matter. Frightfully as the white aettlers
of lhe te.ritor h.- ,uffeml th.
0f tQe murderous Apaches, taev euiht
still to be able to see that to attack the
members of the tribe whs have remained
I on the reservation would be both wicksd
and foolish. The peaceful Indians are
not to blame for the outrages of their
I formcr companions; and if they ware
attacked a general uprising on the other
reservations might easily ensue. The
governor and the Federal authorities
would certainly be justified in the
UevCre measures which they threaten if
any attempt on the quiet Apaches were
mm mv. vnvim am rtttn.
The working mtdel of the invention
of a St. Louis man for taking on and
discharging passengers and freight fram
railroad trains while in motion shows the
main track of a level and an elevated
track in front of an elevated depot, with
track leading to it Tha idea is to
start a train from one terminus and not
stop or slacken speed until it reaches the
other at the same time passeagers
may be taken up and discharged at any
As a train reaches a station oa the
main track, the rear car switches of and
runs up the incliaed plane to the elevated I
depot, and at the same time another car I
runs down the other inclined nlan. i I
caught by the passing train, whirled en
to tbe mam track ana becames part of I
he tram. The passengers who desire to I
st0P tne ncxt. atio pass to the rear I
1"' wmcn straeitea as was the I
Pvious one, aad another carload of I
I naecnffr 1 labaM am Km m A.aB4 I
r",-, ". " 1
"cn " ulonuc"- "neaairam
Rets within a certain distance of a depot I
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it drops the car in waiting there which
starts down the inclined plane, jast as
the last car at the train is switched off
and starts up on the other side. Ex.
That importation who run the U. S
grand jury at Tucson and was "trans
ferred in the original package' to per
form like service at
Prescott has I
now no democratic grand jury to guide,
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no speeches to write tor aemoerauc 1
governors, no charges ta dictate for
democratic judges, having exhausted the I
eervescing surplus of a painfully strict-
ureo mcnui nDIC' w constipatea
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"'stence nas given rise 10 re:eni lecoie
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symptoms iiirougn mc columns 01 ine 1
Courier from which it is apparent that I
he has brushed his auburn bumsides I
from his intelligent face preparatory to I
the insertion ot his pug prcbocis into the I
internal affairs of this hitherto happy, yet j
deluded.community. Under the guise of j
editorial dictation, "the hired mouthpiece I
ot the outnt on the mil,' presumes to die
t&te to the people of Prescottthe charac
ter of reception that shall be given to the
close corporation recently organized and 1
maintained with aristocratic and exclu
sive sanctity at the St. James mansion on
"Nob HilL" While his effusions may
iclieve him ana gratify the masters
whom he serves, they furnish innocent
amusement to the readers of tbe
The ieop!e of this territory can neither
be frightened nor cajoled into an un-
wiU5nS endorsement of incompetent or
Prcnuous puonc sermmi.
John Russell Young in the New York
World siys Mr. Gladstone is a man of I
singular powers in eratery. He has a I
voice that made an imnrettion noon
van like muric He has marvelous eM I
and almost a Greek face in its intensity
and beautv. After hearine Mr. Glad-
stcne speak in the House of Commons
you would find yourself recalling again
and again for two or three days a single
sentence. It would keep singing in your
harmony. Mr. Gladstone was mare o
American than an Ftilishaiaa aa I
The editor of the Atlanta Constitution
says: "I have a friend whose hobby is
to eat roadside saaal ace more, 'I
must do it,' be. says, 'once more before I
die. I must drive all the morning, and
stop at noon sear a woodside spring. I
aaust then unhitch and feed my horses,
open a cheese box, take out the hock
end of a boiled ham, cut slices with my
packet knife, take out a bottle of milk,
spread a cloth ea the grass, and eat ham,
sardines, pickles and a peach turnover,
nd then, glancing doubtfully at alder
manic figure, 'get on my knees and
drink my bellyful of water out of the
spring. I must eat one more roadside
dinner before I die! And my friend,'
earnestly this was said, 'I'd give a thou
sand dollars if I thought that one dinner
would taste as it tasted thirty years
Senator Vance, of North Carolina,
sap his bill far the repeal of the Civil
Service law was ia traduced in good faith
and that he will make a speech at an
early day in support of it. He declares
the law te be a frce and a shame, and
that the last presidential campaign was
fought on the issue, "Turn the rascals
out," bat that since the election it has
dieted that that battle-cry was all
Btket as there are no rascals in office.
vtoc J M doesn't care to be hard on
I "ministration, but that he will cer
I tmI 8lrc a tussle oa the civil service
I "d "lrcr !"
I Geaoril Mils, who it it rnortwi. will
I assume command of tha militanr denart
I meat af Arizona aad New Mexico, is
1 brother in law of Senator Don Cameron
I an D7 carriage is a jiepbew to Senator
I JobQ Sherman. General Miles and Don
I Cameron married daughters ot Charles
1 anerman, brother to benator bhemian
I Dn Cameron is the principal owner in
I thc tel ranco and the herds of
cattle and bones thereon. Can Crook
I ("ercoaae this political influence? Gen.
I iles u Snt soldier, a good Indian
I fighter, but the people of Arizona will
I riot B back on Crook. Star.
I The New York Star, a journal pro-
I J n edited by Mr. Dorsheimer,
appointee of the president, as the
of the administration, threws up
the sponge an the silver questisn. It
admits that notwithstandmz the adverse
petition of all the banks and moneyed
institutioas of New York on silver, the
mfcjority of the voters of that city will
not consent ta the suspension of silver
cccaage. furthermore, it confesses that
a majority of the people of the whole
country are opposed ta such suspen
I A venerable and verv drv codfish hnic
J from the ceiling of the representatives'
I chamber in the Massachusetts state
house. The fish was put there 101 years
ago, by a vote of the legislature, to be
"a memorial of the importance of the
I cod fishery to the welfare of the common
I wealth, as had been usual formerly
I V .l a.
1 even inen 11 was an ancient cmtom
I for the M asssachusctts legislators to look
I up to a fish, swimming in the air over
their heads, as an emblem of the state's
30,t important industry. New York
Economy is said to be the watchword
af the Democratic administration. Ex
pens and indebtedness however ac-
cumulate in a greater degree than under
Republican rule. The latest economi-
cu dodge is a decision by Attorney Gen
Garland, in which he has decided
that each of the deputy U. S. attorneys
of Arizona are allowed ta make fees to
ha aaount of $1,500 each and the dis
trict attorney $3,000. It has been held
heretofore that the pay cf deputies came
out af the principal's fees.
In conversation recently with the
editor of the Journal-Miner, Governor
Zulick expressed himself opposed to the
calling af an extra session of the Iegis-
Uture 10 legislate on the Indian question.
He takes the correct view of tbe situa-
tioa. that ai the Indians are the mirAc
. nycosr, ,rom
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a muu man nas applied lor a
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patent apon an invention by which pas-
sengem and freight can be loaded and
discharged while trains are in motion.
A model of the work indicates that the
inventor has furnished the woild with an
important factor in the solution of the
rapjd transit problem.
Ths Star says: We understand that
some of our democratic friends at Pres
colt are endeavoring to edit some of the
republican newspapers in southern Ari
zona as against the Star, but like the
governor's proclamation the effort was ill
advised and fell still-bom
Broiler Hackney of the Silver B:lt
apologises for Governor Zulick's procla
mation aad says: 'The newspapers of
the territory are altogether too fierce in
their condemnation of His Excellency.
They shiuld have taken into considera-
lion the fact that he is not properly
balanced, as is evidenced by his proclani
Senator Harrison, of Indiana, has in
h0 a bill in Congress to set apart
I eertwn of Iad near the junction
of the Mttle Colorado river with the
Colorado river of the west, in Arizona,
as a public park.
Creok,the majority af the people ara
satisfied with him aad bis management
of military aJnaira
Eiitiriil ni MisctllHms Hms.
An eloping couple in the South con
ceived an original plan ot eluding tbe
pursuing and angry parent Instead of
embarking on the turbid wave, they
sought refuge in a graveyard. While the
young woman waited on a lonely tomb
stone, the young man secured the
minister and took him to the ghastly
spot, and the twain became one as the
pursuers were scouring the surrounding
The Courier copies a lengthy article
in its issue this morning from the Phenix
Gazette. It bears the ear marks of the
same author who recently contributed an
editorial to our contemporary. Great
paper, like great minds, sometimes plow
through the same groove.
The St Louis Globe-Dsmocrat thinks
that he is a very poor arithmetician who
calls seventy-six cents a dollar. The nat
ural reply of the silver man to such non
sense isthatit is only a driveling idiot who
calls a dollar seventy-six cents. -Chronicle.
The Richmond Whig is dead At tbe
ripe old age (for a newspaper) of sixty
two year, with only two contemporaries
in the state of Virginia died of old age
and lack of support last week. Its death
does not speak well for the progress of
Edward Brown, of Clinch county,
Georgia, danced himself to death Christ
mas night. Beginning at S o'clock in
the evening he danced in every set until
5 o'clock the next morning, when he was
carried off the floor in a dying con
The New York World suggests tha
President Cleveland should have the
design of n rooster on his new seal
rather than that of an eagle. Tbe rooster
was the bird that crowed over his
Henry W. William, President of the
Massachusetts Bicycle Club, has ridden
15,578 miles since and including 1880
He took to bicycling for his health and
t has nude a well man of him.
Mrs. Gillson of Newberg, New York,
did not like a dog kept by her new hus
band, and gave htm a week to decide
which would he keep. Mr. Gillson voted
for the dog, and the bride went to the
Henry Shirk, a wealthy farmer living
near Marysville, Ohio, went'out to find
his stock the other evening and was
caught by three masked men, who fast
ened him to a tree with a log-chain and
pad-lock leaving him there.
Speaker Carlisle has decided to elim
inate from the house committee list the
following named select committees: Pen
sion, bounty and back pay, public
health and the tenth census. The
speaker is cf the opinion that the com
mittees are useless ones.
The Democrats of the territory are
already preparing to organize for the
campaign for the coming summer. It
would be a wise move if the members of
the Republican Territorial Central Com
mittee were to follow suit.
Drunkenness is diminishing in Eng
land, but the use of narcotics is increas
ing. Among the drugs now very largely
consumed is nitro-glycerine pat up in the
form of tablets, the consumers becoming
passionately addicted to it.
The public debt under theeconomical,
reform Democratic administration, was
increased $4,000,000 in November and
the report for December shows an in
crease of $9,000,000 for that month.
Congressman Holman favors the ad
mission of Dakota ss a state. He does
not represent the majority of the demo
cratic congressmen in this respect.
Cleveland seems to imagine himsel
in as great danger from assassins as the
Czar of Russia. He keeps a body of
detectives constantly around him.
Old Ben Butler is charged with rob
bing the Soldiers Home of $220,000
nhile he was the Democratic governor
Delegate Bean has had a bill intro
duced in Congress to provide for enlist
ing two volunteer companies of cavalry
from Arizona and New Mexico to fight
Supreme Court Clerk McCarthy, a
democratic reformer of California, has
left the country with several thousand
dollars of other peoples' money.
The seed house of D. M. Ferry, cf
Detroit, Michigan, was destroyed by fire
recently. The loss is $1,000,000.
This powder never varies, A Marvel
purity, strength sod wholetomcneit. MO
economical tbn t le erdioary kind and c
aot be sold in eoas petition with the am Utn
otlow.test short eurht. aloai or ixkasBbst
waera. Mia ouiy in caaa. avoyai auiaf
Buys a good, laundried percale shirt, such as you
have been paying $ 1.50 tor elsewhere, all sizes from
14 to 17, neat assorted patterns.
Uuys a pair of good, solid, Kentucky Jeans pants,
which you would consider cheap at $1.50 anywhera
on the Coast.
Buys a good heavy red flannel knit undershirt, or
pair drawers, and will save you putting that dollar
into Wizzard or St Jacob's oiL
Is all we are asking for a fine calfskin boot, that
you paid others 3G.00 for and didn't grumble.
Only for a nice., heavy winter overcoat or suit,
men's sizes, that 12 would hardly buy last year.
Other Goods in Proportion.
The Lion Store.
KUHN, WURZBURG k CO.
Home made Candies.
Manufactured Fresh Every Day
Fresh Fruits and Nuts Of All Kinds.
Cjaters in Every Style.
Jules Bauman, Confectioner, Cortez Street, Prescott, Arizona.
Moitaima BL, bhi to Bobm a 891 nee
t with to notify th poblle tbatt bmv
enrxned lb It popular pUn ted w 111 keap tbe
til atockolcooda la oortbt rn a tltona. In
Wines. Liquors & Cigars
J. J. Gu.Nsr, Prop.
Bones & Spencer.
Groceries And Provisions
M A foil Una of
Tobaccos, Cigars, Pipes, Etc.
Canned Fruits of all Description
Always on Hand.
VUTS AKD FKESHFUIT
Wilis, liqiors aid Cigars af tbe
ALWAYS ON HAND.
This Lodging House has large, fine, nice
and clean rooms and beds for rent
by day week or month,
HATZ k TOURNOT
tod Billiard Nail.
Geo. W. 8inea.PKBrletar,
DRINKS 124 CTS
fine liquors & (Soars
ItomitiflsMt Club Rmbi Attxrhca
! Fine Billiard and Tool Tables, ior the
Exclusive use and entertain
ment of patrons ot the
Garlej Street, PrescotL
JOHN RHIBIF, Proarietor.
B 8 191.
I By he hogshead, barrel, keg
cask or bottl.
At th old stand on Montetuma
CALL AND SEE Ml..
Gurley Street,next to postotlce, formerly
Arizona Brewery Saloon.
The Best Wines, Liquors and Cigars in
the market always on hand."
leer on Draught or by ifie Bultle
Cob Web Hall,
Ponaarly ksova aa tba Parlor y !wi.
MOVTcznjf a ar, facino tux tlaza
paclaity ot telllcr
WINES and IIQUOKS
ASn TBS BEST
P. M. FISHER, Proprietor.
Corner Gurley and Granite street as
end of bridge leading to West
MARTIN MAIER. PROPRIETOR I
altekMat. rtmle Koom
Stranaera respectfully trti'M
7 wmm mi
n. mot poMlw Waakly Mnti ImUd
bv iUatrato with aplasoid naranna. Til.
mMhmot iBikbai BMWt TslaaSl recrtloMdi
f latonutioB wkieb aa 1
on thocld b WHhOTl.
neb that 1U etrcolatloa mwrlr u.i. taw of mU
Mbmt r.POT ol iu rmm oinoiniL pnc. Visa
lbnniutlaaaba, Sold br all arwadea'm.
at mm a CXX. rabltahan. Ko. siBnodw.T. 2C. Y.
' popaiamr or ta. tuntino
I tha PaUat OOeo aad hkr rrrd
auma tnaa.On Hundred Thou
unal applieatioD. for imj&u 10 tea
Usit4 bcataa and farcif eoantnac
dnui. TU.MlrtL iVrm-n. hi.
' ermctica b-lor.
Si..iiMala ana til othor Mum for
aKanaa tanator. tair ncht. ta tba
Daiud Btataa, Caaada. Eaclaad. Fraac.
Ganaaay aad etaar forriaa aoaatrice. prv
earad at abort aotMa aad oa roaaonabU troM.
fallf ama wttbsat ebaiea. Baadooka of
l.fnnuliMl Mot. fM. al.nt. .hui.
Ibroaaa ataaa Co. an aot load lataoSaoauaa
Jkmm nraa fiva. Tb. adraataffaofaacbaotiroi.
wall awlantooa br all poraeaa who with to Aw
oo. Itor 11. 1 1
. m Braadeaj. Am Tack.
A Clear Skin
is only a part of beauty;
but it is a part. Every lady
may have it ; at least, what
looks like it. Magnolia
Balm both freshens and
Pcorr, A- 7.. Jaauwy
hJ.3iv' "' it"x lr ed by
Fjndlf n r 1 aJ, bU. Mk"kh to
laiadA 11. L. tin. rnr li-'ifth. rti-.iwL '.
.ta hlc r-.rti-n,ln Ihe'city JtPrM-ott
"7" nu il. UlCtll U COW l.WOf.
n. -deed j c ra ns 1.. h. V
i7'Ua uvd mocsr.
.No in V. I o l.'iaiillUUn.
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Note c trfKrfivpn Irrtb m trr.wntJ
iclra.ul.t Kt x of it. i-UltwO W'bVrtr
drrfiis d lothf crr.Ht v. i r. i w.'.'
iiai'i mi ra c: r tier ine nr! r nbiiran .11
tt l biioi'et, tt meat i a ailoutralr x at
hrr ! n.n n V ctlt. tlip m .,,Ct
tbe pi ci .r tbtiav.MTt.on r' tb- balni
o:4 d.utala tneC "B'r of Ya-ap-1
el. nx e. crm
AdminUtr trlx t it.. K.toie ..I OJUIea
Xjiltr. 1 cd.
Piled at l-r sou J l UffT 1M- Im
DI'SOLCTiOX CF PAKTNEESni?.
Ihs iurt'fblp berc ofo-e rrUtinff be
twt.n thr uivdT.u-.ie-t u-drr ttt Jrsitiracc!
Choi Lb Gtij is ultioiTrd lrom the- date.
JO- N A.CUUkCm.
PurtcoTT, Jan. !, IsiC dtUll I2t
A Minlns Parturr Wiottd.
A farorab'e opportuuiiT I tS:tti by Geo
J.u kou A C'', t anv ; tttoa or rtar'jr ULXie
ruod iue i m mlol r. ' tks c inttrctt
Ui rrutril clilmi on tbe lUp ra;. Cre-1:
-nd tt atrr upon t iruu d. Abvtit IS.OUO
required, i'ur i -;lirulrcou:tr UcO. JcjOo,
at WjIuui Urorr, or adJ.-c. Uciny A. B.c
low, ?.-cc,tt, A. l
GEO. JA'.KSOX A CO.
toss a. uzin. ss. a. trcuj
RUtH & tTELLS.
Attornejf and Counielors at Law,
n'!!l .::on'i strict!; lz all buinei eatrnittd
ia tas renl Coarti of K'cord cf th
Tt r. A--'rj-ti "ille to ml2.a tlalaa
drei'.r a j-i'etr VtfPared. P'nmpt at
, .r i.l.
For 1,000 Miles
St. Andrew's Bay, Fla.
THIS I ciatltul D .-nd aroundln are ae
tun t c d ty an ii baTo vll:i thera
ti l.ellie IoviKhi comblnatl n ct rtUile aoll.
u nun ul oi rsMrKtantun ardf. tisewa
:-, s-uwlni! city, aad nbtoiule y perfect ell-.
rai.w. in uuiinr u wcii tn lotrr tobs
f.uri't 11 .ru lci, lOTe U but oue Klrrt
naiti'. Ad r'. Ui. ml tirlf ht J -wel.
1 nrlur Iluiineii or ..ine I.jUhjijO casid
T.acl aHE from S '.S1. S 'SO iS,tni
a:?- Wfsift m i t t iuur. in. 1 xvO u ff.'reQt
pu-rliBr I tin ilic Arc 'xty day..
And tw 1:1 ctrti.n.y i r.imu tjeopa
laigr.t - t iq K.o.ll l.iiiu b IMXltWO
tear-. In,Jier,v ddublmtf in Tit - vry
tlxty diy.; F- tr . rt itjc 1 for 100
.1 lies to l. ct pu rh er. ' ? .tmu or
1 la'irif t r ampb t c r.Uw !rL'ia til.uli'
A jU-t- P'lu i 1 m ln(- rn e sfollo:
I. AIIIILU'. II tt It. ir. A
V't .JJl.iu!,t,t.lurliiuail. Ohls.
Cav:atsJra:'e Marks & Copyrlh'S
O tamed unit 1! 0 lur b ueM m tbe U. S.
pateut ill reatitndd to lor lu.dTJte fee.
Our lTi-; t. ontito tl.c U. ?. Patent
ull.tt, and wc rati cblata Intent, in lets t ms
t tbat remote from WaUinst'"'D.
Sen ! nrndrl r drswinr. Uc aditie tl to
pIe. ta' iht) izecul tb r- acd w injke BO
ih r.e uuitiif w bf . it iiu.n'.
V ifrhrTut tb- !", tm titer. Hie Sa P.
f n )'OM.rD.v,.!i uotlij:.i.. of iu 17.
S.PjiOUCI e. 1-or circul.r. a.v tr,leiii.4
nd refer ncestoa u cl.enu luyurowa
tttt; r 0 un y. wrl'otn
C. A. S.(HV A CO..
O 1 oilc Tat nt jutc'. v.V.Iniiuu. u. C
Fo.- w rtrtr piplo. s-nJ 10
09 tt po.i.jie.Hiid we will man
you rrce.:. r-.yal. Taluib:e ikm-
z n.a ox :t a rf a tb.t 111 but
jou . j uia uy vt niiiltinc mr-taoary In a
.e .1.11 tbsu yu uvrr tlmaebt po.iibla
i any basin st Capital not fiq-alrrj. Yua
rua ly i lntn. ftinl vort lu id tims
iiii.ura I t.Uic. A I. or boU iar, of alt
C"t. a iy tJirtf rim. 5reots IolS.tl y
e-tent i cvtry eTentne. Tb- u.l uun wut
ort "iay ci the tu, lnei. we make tbts
uopar. lltflcd ctTu: To ail rh a-e not Hell
ai.stlrd we wi.i j-ndl 10 pay for tc tioublc
o wrItireu I'Jl p.rtl-nlarsdlrictl n etc.,
ient lttv. Immenariy py abiolnleiy .ur; ror
nil itbo -tirt t one-. r in'lMvl ,y. Addnaa
SrxAsos i lo I'oitiauj, Jlalnr.
la tbe DItrict Court, of tbe Third Jndlctil
w.switr, 1 imory 01 Ar;z jni. ljua.T ot
David Hereertj PlaintiiZ )
M. E. Collins, Dtfendant. j
Alias Summons No. r3:6.
Action brouicbt "n t!ie Diitrlct Court, or tb
iuuu ouuri.i uisirieL in and for tbe
C uctyof V4a 1, Te'rltory of Armna:
Tcmtorr of Ariioa.i cud PTW1IT1 . vr
Yju are hereby suxino-ied acd rtqulrfdto
appear In an action broazbt silnjt tou by
Ibe above n.nxd rlalntllf in tbe DUtrict
Cocr of tbe Third Judicial District, Id and
for .he County ot Ysvapil, In tb-Territory of
Ariicna. and sn.urcr tke eutnnla'nt tt.i -its
the clerk of this Court, at fre.cott, in said
County, (a copy of which cotnU at accora.
lianies mis summons.) witbiu iwenty dijs
(ex Iutc of the dt or ser- ice) after tte ser
lct up:n you ol ibis summons. If serTed in
this CouMy;but If strTt a out of rfci
and wiibln this District tlin within thirty f
divs ; in all oihrr caes, forty d.js.
toapp Tanaanstr r tue compUInt, as ahjrs
rqiitred. the plaintiff wiil uke default
c.insiy.-u ana pp-y lm c mrt fjr the re
lief demanded in klJ complaint knl toU
and d.sbutscmetit la this Uhairczpeodrd.
G.rtn njder my band Ld tbe
,f. "W u"'ft Court,
(5i..VL,) lb . ti; liQ of tceicber.A.
EM.S45F01U, Afo iiev ior l'lal-t;rr.
jjni ti d
ra-Alao for Sjar js tr i 3cZl?
EfrcaHed ty ete " j e.:-r 3f f-Tcr.-et mi
i-T.icctra2 . ; :m . r citeua aad acintmA
CurarrlTi:-.- - - -I rtebbcra tlood ecres.
Ciisjea l-Z trcii ta cood. rcaartj csie.
tsEoa b 5.aja-dc!ctra ceaptaics.
Ch2r.j? r' . ' ?cz i ezi raitthlce- lsiiave.-im
pcctrc3 n:c-h:j properties to tietiodS
SSSf3ixl,?:i! L- SS"tcs tii tilr.
Ceres Cppcjf cr ocr rdiird.-
, jf35 r.-slcJ la V. 8. aad Fcroje--CJ
Lcsiag JT7cala V. 8. cd Erropc-S3
Wicas-scf ta tlood tnra !t a cosqrrror.-e,
hl s. i. mcmoji) suxuz a,
Correspondencf frerly answered by Physldana.
rcr testrsoaliij aai: circulars je ad iaop. V
Sun. Ribbdbil Bsiim,intst.
seSBovi.dra, bT Y-mI tT. l a
ai'TiJ VTV uua L n: I'xint.on
rsi.HM -cd r-nre are min-indaii. Uflr
collar ra men :u r -r .aid 1 j.accord.
UK iu tar M- rfn. f Tha
are irurToa. ta4 ft, m
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