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ARIZONA WEEKLY J WMIAUIHMR
C Martin, Edito,
WEDNESDAY.... JANUARY 7, 1884
The mammoth truth teller (?)ofthe
.-"rett hasaiipcared at Wichita, Kansas
. and has given to the Beacon, ot inat
place, what he terms a true history of
Arizona's Indian troubles. The follow
ing is the story as told in the Beacon:
i"Mr. James Luca?, of Butler.Ma, was
in the city yesterday, having recently
returned from a ramble in Arizona. He
saw a recent notice in the Eagle con
cerning Indian troubles in Arizona, and
made a short statement of facts ai they
really exist. Big Chino valley, lying
south of Ash Fcik on the Union Pacific
and west of Prescott, is occupied by
herders. A cowboy coasplained to a
ranchman that an Indian had bothered
htm. "Why tJidn't you shoot him?'
'replied the ranchman. The next day
the to-willins young ruffian took the
ranchman at his word and shot a Nalapsi
Indian because he "bothered" him.
rafter this a six foot bully,
for no better reason, murdered a Navajo
Indian, and started around looking like
a walking arsenal and cursing the damned
Jarj3 Indians. Mr. Lacas thinks they
are pertinent questions to ask, if Indians
are thus unceiemoniously shot down
because he is not a white man, and il a
civilized white man should not accord as
much liberty of action to an uncivilized J
Indian as he would ask for him. At any
rate he S3ys the unprovoked murders
were the cause cf the trouble in Arixona.
This ts the same old story whose begin
ning was away back yonder in pious
New England; but perhaps this last little
episode will not do any harm."
Now we would be willing to wager our
interest in the richest placer mine in
Arizona that Mr. Lucas never rambled in
in Arizina at all, and that he does not
even know the geographical location cf
the territory. When hi locates Ash cork
on the Union Pacific, he comes within
a thousand miles of being correct. When
he speaks of the "Nalapsi" Indians, he
speaks of a tribe that was never heard of
in the United States, and it is also- sale
to say not in the world. When he tells
of any Indian being killed in the Big
Chino Valley by a cowboy he tells a
deliberate He, as no such killing could
have been made without the authorities
in Prescott being notified of it, Big Chino
valley being in Yavapai county, of which
Prtscott is the county scat, and no such
wanton murder has ever been heard of
hire, and no Indian troubles of any kind
exDericnced for thirteen or fourteen
The people of Arizona are beginning
to ihink it a lertinent Question to ask if
k is not about time that such colossal
1 ;!-, ... ii. Luo euliiitlr is. should
not be suppressed. A man who can
deliberately weave as plausible and as
unmitieated falsehood as the above
without having even the shadow cf truth
for the superstructure, is entitled to the
championship of the world's liaf
Another amusing feature in connection
with the above is a comment of the
Phcnix Gazette which says:
"I'eihaps under these circumstances the
people may be able to understand and
appreciate the proclamation recently
issued by Governor Zuhck in regard to
to the matter, and that less braggadocio
and more sense may mark the conduct
cl the territorial press."
Pcthaps under these circumstances we
can appreciate the proclamation still less.
It seems enough for Arizona to stand
such falsehoods as the above, from
eastern people without the official teal of
the territory being atttached to a docu
ment from the governor, conveying the
impression to eastern people of their
truthfulness. As cn readily be seen,
Arizona is being persistently lied about
and misrepresented enough, by people
who know nothing of her, without any
official documents which to the eastern
mind would seem a corroboration of
A. CHWAJtBLY EfllTllB.
The journalistic field of Albuquerque
has for a long time been occupied by
two papers, the Journal, a morning
republican sheet and the Democrat, an
evening deuocratic sheet. The latter
recently decided to change its time 01
" publication to morning, when Messrs.
Dunbar and McCreight, two enterprising
young men, slipped irrto the vacant space
left by the Democrat, and started a real
me, newsy, evening democratic paper
. called the News. This put the editor of
the Democrat, J. G Albright, out to
such an txter.t that he commented the
issue cf two editions daily and did every
thing to .rush the opposition sheet.
With true journalistic courtesy, Thomas
Hughes, editor of the Journal encouraged
th- young men in their enterprise. This
so enraged Albright that he threatened
o maim the editor of the Journal, and
finally did wotk himself into a sufficien
state of courage to slirj up behind E. H.
Dunbar, of the News, on Monday after
noon and wi:h a loaded cane assault
him on the head, hitting him five times,
neatly killing him. The act, as relaled
ia the Jcurnal, was a most brutal and
cowardly assault and will no doubt, a it
should, disgust the citizens of that town
lo sucn an extent that tram this time
forth Albright's star will be on the
Judge Beck, of Colorado, has decided
that the law providing for trials "on in
formation' in the counties of Arapahoe,
Lake and Pueblo in that state is uncon
stitutional The result cf the decision u
a n-rnber'cf prisoners will be released
from the penitentiary and returned to
these counties for trial under indict
BJCATKT U THE WOULD.
Butte is the greatest mining camp the j
world ever saw. It has been in exis- ,
tence over fourteen years, and its history
lias been one of steady growth. It has
n ever had any particulars boom or period
of wildcat excitement. There has never
been any feverish speculation In real
estate, the most of which has always
been owned by Dona fide residents, who
have not sold out unless at a good round
figure. The mining companies disburse
about half a million dollars "among their
men every month, and as miners general
ly spend their money as fast as they get
it, business is alwaysgooa-10 musiraic
how money is put in circulation: .tour
or five dance houses stand in a row
along the main street, each having a
plain, long wooden counter, in the
evening there will be from ten to fifteen
bartenders behind each of these, handing
out drinks nothing less than 25 cents
as fast as they can. As early' as 8
o'clock these places will be so crowded
that no one else can get in. The range
is one mass of ore so that there i? no
danger of the mining becoming exhaust
ed. Great fortunes have been made by
men who came to the Territory penniless
D. A. Clark, who arrived4 there in xS6u
wthout enough money -io buy him a
meal now has an income of $a,coo a
day. The governor who is worth $5,-
000,000 landed in the territory with
twenty-five cents in his pocket. Hsggin
& Tevis, who bought the Anaconda cop
per mine- in 1876 for $750,000, would
not sell it now for $20,000,000. They
have built a smelter where Soo wen are
employed. They use on an avcrase of
$150,000 worth cf coal per month.
A HTW&V TO TKLIi
i v cm-
"I, with a party of Uncle Sam's sol
diers, happened to strike Santa Fe when
the Mexicans were having a fiesta. Oac
very conspicuous person was a minerwho
rode in on a splendid charger sayly
caparisoned with all the toggery to be
had. Tho saddle was valued at $250
and the bridle at $50, while the rider, a
full-blood Mexican, woxe a large som
brero, around the crown of which was a
band of com valued at $125. His coat,
vest and pants were also heavily trim
med with coins of various denominations
to the value of, it was said, $300. Every
gambling house in the city was visited,
and in all but one the minerwajre-'
markably successful in winning good
sized amounts. Into tho last place the
miner strode with $7,803 in coin in his
possession and began playing, but the
luck which he had had at formtr places
deserted him, and he lest game after
game, fiut was not discouraged. Finally
he deposited his last hundred dollars,
and in a minutclost that, then his sad
dle, bridle, coat, vest and somorero
went, when he left the place laughing
iu! m at 3ii jiiiconcetted.. We were a
little curious to sec what the man would
do next, and we did not"hae long to
wait, for the miner simply untied the
rope that had held his horse, mounted,
hatless and coatless, and rode off toward
his home in the mountains, without sad-,
die or bridle." Old Miner in Cfiicago
BECK KKTS HIM HACK Cl.
A Washington telegram of the" 20th
instant says: "A scene occurred between
Senator Beck and Postmaster-General
Vilas yesterday. The senator, sothe
story runs, heard that the man he had
recommended for postmaster at Paris!
Ky., was about to be rejected on account
wf old age. He was very much incensed,
and told General Vilas that Tt looked
like that his recommendation .was fatal
to a man, and that the administration
sc to -vork to hunt flaws in any person
he indorsed, etc. -lie was very much
worked up, and talked straight from the
shoulder. General Vilas remained calm
and assured the senator that every
recommendation he made was treated
with distinguished consideration. After
many such assurances the senator and
postmaster-general paited upon friendly
A Denver telegram
states that the
sixteen days snow blockade on the Kan
sas Pacific has ended, and the road is
now clear. "The bit two weeks has
been the worst known in the history of
the read, and will long bs remembered.
Latest advices show much greater
damage than first reported, aaJ among
persons living on the plains in isolated
homes there have been many casualties
and a frightful loss to lite and limb.
Some of those srho lived in sheltered
localities arc exhausted from lack of
provisions aod many arc the stories of
horrible distresv The cold weather still
continues but thercare no storms. InColo
rado the thermometer still ranges below
A Uir. Car frnaior llrrk.
Gunnison, Colorado, January 19. As
a small token cf the esteem in which the
gTeat champion of silver is held by the
miners of Colcradc, the proprietors of the
Jumbo smelter, cf this place have caused
to be prepared a handsome present ot
ten small bars cf bullion in the shape of
an altar, titled with the filings and cut-
tines from the furnaces of the most
beautiful and variegatc-d ores surmount
ed with a chunk ot solidified smoke.
Attached to the front bars is a silver
dollar bearing the following ia-
Jan. 1S 1SS6.
The Jumbo Smelter,
!3tised with hawng niTsreprclented th'e- to land reporting, iho had criticised
jiuuwiwj ..i-c -1 people ot this territory, seems disposed Sparks' course in severe terms. Abu
hii been idsascd frcn prison.. - ta tridc.witb them. Tucson Tiaoes. qucrque Jcarcai
A tannery in Prescott '-.
Taxes reduced in 'this county.
Prescott lighted with electric light
cott- . .
The Dublic schools krot open till
Copper advance to fifteen cents per
The continued coinage of the silver
dollar . .
A success made of the Oro Fino placer
A prosperous season for business
All territorial ffics located at the
Eight companies of troops stationed
Rancher raise a good crop and realize
Knnnph flutter made to supply the
home market. ,
A wef season with plenty of snow in
Artesian wells sunk by. ihe government
in the territory".
The Tuscumbia and DilT Pasco mills
run all summer. . '' '"
Five thousand miners' at woikin.the
vicinity of Piescbtt.
The price, of beef cattle advance in
.the eastern market
A sufficient amountof .water for five
months' tilacer miuin:.
Twenty thousand, immigrants settle in j
different portions of Arizona. j-
Governraent appropriate money J for j
territorial buildings in Arizona.
- Every quartz mine; worked in. the
county, to prove a bonanza to its owner.
Active work commenced on our rail
road early in March according to p'ro
CitiZins work in- harmony for. the
prosperity of Prescou and surrounding
country. ' '
The Sterling, BigBu'g- and Azilan
mills" run day and' night for twelve
A fire started Fn the fitrnace of the
United Verde Copper" Company at
Jerome. ' '
A huge smelter erected in Copper
Basin that wculd convert the immense
deposits of ore there into bullion.
A JIKKMIX DEATH.
A Cheyenne tejegrano the ssth inst.
says: "An old-hermit was found- frozen
to death a few miles west of North
Platte, 'and -B'ojJwere all around
the body who would not be driven off
until -tie officers .had. killed seven jafj
them. On searching the misetable
hovel in -which the deSfl b?afSiffound
the discoveiers une&nritd the sumof $67
in nickels and dimes. The miserable
Licaiure aiusuusiiicu jcais in 1111 iciiii
ment from the worli ?tt the flesh of
animalskilled by the cars irnd what few
rabbits he could snare or which would
be caught by Uitf Iyge'jHJ'mber, of dogs
he kept about hint. It -was trot known
how long he had been dead."- ,
.V tapUtMl Jnze. "
A resident"uTTEe"!state.bX? Michigan
having murdered a whole family and
been'convicted b' due pr6ce'ss of law
and sentenced to 'imprfsjnmenf for"
twenty-five-y tars, thiis appealed to. the
coutt: " -
"Your Honor, I was' ia jail one year
pending this conviction. That time
"shouia betaken from my sentence."
The Judge agreed to., this and-the
I planned this crime sixteen, years
ago. Justxe demands that my term be
shortened that much.".
This was, also .agreed fe and the pris
t This only leaves me ciij'years to
sen-e, and as-I can. ain atartand a
half on this, and as my frietila're sure
to move for a pardon, it would seem
fvoliih to go to the expense of sending
me to Ja-Jcson." -
Thereupon the" Judge became indig
nant, and not .only refused o,abate the
original sentence, but staled that he
would not put his name to the, petition
While a murderer seems to have more
rights than an innocent man, he should
exercise a hfle judgment Detroit Free
The Dairy Tucson "Times has sus
pended. Col. Zan. L. TidbalL , its
editor has found a more lucrative bust-:
ns in the private walks of .life. The
Times under Col. Tidball was an abl)
edited paper, and we are sorry to Joe
it from our exchanse list and sorry tlso
"to lose its editor from the profession to
which he added dignity during his brief
editorial career. The best wishes of 'he
Iournal-Miker sioes ivitir - the late
editor of the Times in whatever he may
engagein,with the hope that in the private
walks ot life he may lay"aVde personal
nrciudicss and. grievances and con
tinue to work for the success of the party
which honored him with onice in this
territory and which webeheve h'e also
honored by n "faithful discTiarge of his
cfncial obligations. While faul: has been
found from a strictly, par isan stand
po'nt wi th his .-cm'nistta icn -yc'do no
believe that uny malfeasance in ofiLe cr
misappropriati'n of yaohc funds can be
Ltraccd to his Aor.
If Gsverncr Zalick can, wi:h propriety
publish a letter which he wrot to Sec
retarr Lamar on Dec. Mb, why cannot
J he publish .his communicator!- to
0 the !
; :dUK v iui Li.juvi iia.b. w .w..., . i
j asking tor troop? Thegovernor not
mother is seriously ill jn
The Tucson Star comes out in oppo-
sriion to the proposed wnirerstty to be
erected tu that city.
"p"'D2lro1tjs"to try xthrre-wheelcd coach
on her streets instead of the herdic It
is called the tricycle coach.
A 1,200 pound sea cow was captured
m the StXucie river, Florida, last week
and is held as a rare curiosity.
South Carolina's new rent law gives
the landlord the first claim on a crop,
the laborer second and the merchant
Ex Senator James T. Farley, of Cahr
fomiaydied at his honn-, ut Jackscn iu
that state, on the 2 jd instant. Deceased
was 56 years of age.
The miners and coke drawers of the
Connellsville coke recions in Pensyl
vania have ordered a strike for an ad
vance of ten per cent in wages,
Thomas W. Hunter, a wealthy Col
orado stockman was found dead in bed
recently at Vandaha, Illinois wherc he
J. C Wickcrsham and wife, a well to
do couple of Sonoma county, California,
were tnurdercdlast week by their Chinese
cook. 'Tklr.Wickersham was a nephew cf
a banker' of the same name living at
Sanator Payne, of Ohio, paid $59,800
or his jeat.
The names of the senators
representatives whose votes were
purchased by . Payne are given by Col
Sim Donovan, a prominent Ohio demo
crat. The chairman of the republican terri
torial Ccntxal Committee should call a
meeting of , that body at an early date
and prepare for a thorough organization
throughout the.tctr.tory of the Republi
can party for the coming campaign.
"William Henry Brown, a Pittsburg
colored man, has received the bequest
of a Shennandoah Valley farm of 150
acres .from a Virginian named James
Spangler, the son of a wealthy planter,
who played with Brown when both were
boys, and who was badly wounded in
the Confederate'service at Fort Harrison
apd captured. Brown,.who was serving
ip the Union army, saw that Spangler
received kind treatment as a wounded
Senator. Teller, as chairman of the
senate committee on public lands has
reported favorably on the biH to give
government aid to assist in the construc
tion of irrigating canals, ditches and
reservoirs on the arid phins of the west
ern states, and recommended the fixine
of a penalty to be added to the bill, to
be put on all persons who arc detected
in damaging such public work.
The Star is probably mistaken vhen
U says that "a numb' r of ihe deposed
federal otficiajs cf A'.z na arc w.iikng
nr.gljtand.msm to difc-j v ''nfi n-t
tion of their sue; ,ors. iu;.i;li r.ndmj;
the fact thCy talk-in the contrary." There
is no such movement of the kind, at
least up in this neck'of woods.
fin the' same issue of the Phcnix
Gazette, in Which, the editor warns
Governor Zulick against "ill advice of
zalcus. but indiscreet friends" it cdvises
him to remove the attorney general of the
territory. The most zealous and indis
creet friend-could not offer His Excel-.
lency a more ill advised proposition than
this since it is cleatly in excess of the
authority yisted fh the chief execu
Our contemporary, which praiscS
Cleveland for his outspjken views on
the silver question, has, we are happy to
note, come out squarely in favor of bi
mctalism. When.tn after yeais or months
it desires to sustaiA its position orj this
question i: can refer back to its files and
get .whichever side of it that it may de
sire fjr the ocauion. There is nothing
like being cn the right side of a proposi
tion.' The Phcnix Gazette still advisee Gov
Zulick to apply his cffhial toe to the
Attorney General of the territory. It is-
evident the editor of tlie Gazette has not
yet read the decision of the New Mexico
'supreme court in a similar case. The
Governsr of New Mexico attempted to
perform the same feat with the attorney
general of that territory, but instead of
kicking him, struck a snag in the shape
of a territorial law similar to one now in
force in this territory and disjointed his
tne, while trie ol ject- at wliich it was
aimed was untouched.
The Philadelphia News says that
despito the provcrvial ingratitude of re
publics it is to private enterprise, after
all, that this country must 'look for tho
solution of historical mysteries. From
the published accounts of the craay quilt
exhibited at Asbury Paik by Colonel J
,Townley Crane, it wvidcnt that a long
step has been made in the right direction.
This remarkable congeries of rare and
curious information is said" to contain a
ibit out of the night slvirt oftbe Man with
the Iron Mask, a segment of Job's Com-
fotter, a piece cf the kerchief which
wiped the eyes cf the Man Win Killed
C ck Kobin and a diagram ot :he irtea
which struck Billy Pa erson.
Sparks prop scs fight 'he news
paper men becaus they made it h-1 f r
h::n in Washirg on, riot;ih' ) rg he
g-ncrallj cold weather prevailing e?e-
.wiierc. Axeporteroi a cany paper in
Washington which Iiad commented
unfavorably upon his .acts -.as told by
Sparksthat he could re--er have a piece
of news out of his bureau v long as he
j remained at its head. He also dismissed
Marshall H. gark?. a c!e:'s :n the land
cSce, -because he u a reliine cf A. A.
f Thomas, the editor of a piper derated
Thisji how thcaw fifcuni yt I
Sweet Jy aad By? ohm ka
Dr. Fillmore BtBMtt, tka
at Richmond, Illiaaic, ad k
hyaan was -written by "Dr.
riVknrn. Wiirintni. in iXAl TW I
writing of the words was "baaed upoi a j
remark made by J. P. Webar, wb. cm-
posea tire music Mr. Webatf waa OTaa
exceedingly nervous aad seatttiva tutare I
and subject to period. f tarriUe ckprea-
sion. In one of hi, melaachal, .aacoda
1 1 j : . .t 1 l
ne cnanceu m uiujj ia h isc nme
Dr. Bennett, whea the latter asked Urn:
"What is the matter no?" "Oh, kinanin m. Urtra-
matter," replied tae despoadent aun;Hit
will oe an ngiu ana oy 1 ne uk j
.... 1 , a t m 1.1
three words immediately conveyed a
suzstion to Dr. Bcnnatt, aad be says:
Tne idea of the hy-nn came to mc-lika 1
a fUsh cf -sonlisht." Tunuag ta ku
des'k he panned the words which have
since becon.e so fanous. He says it did
not take him more thaa twenty aamates
to write the hymn. Ex - ,
A reporter of the Albaquerque Joar-1
nal recently interviewed OcBeral Crook,
and alter tellinjf him wfcat a leaifiil
i-illace Albuaueraue is, tiutit had two
railroads and waatei sevanl bmcc aj
how the papers aod the pecfU waajad
deaily love to have hea4ajarters tkatt,
to all of whicq the Gaaeral ia aat.faiat
way assented. Tae youag saaa ajeat
m ih Tnnrnal nfice Ctad VNtll sritQae I
column, saviag that taa GkMfal haij
said the above pretty llaiap abat hat 1
A Washington telCrfraaa
rrrtarv Iamar decides that ail
priations made by the Layitriiirc
Arizona in excess 01 sCBafipiusiiiii
by Congress were in Tioiatioa af law aat
void. As the apprayristiaas illipf d to
have heen made ia excese of law hare
all been paid bj warrants and tat. war
rants paid by the territarial treasurer k
is a matter of some conjecture as ta
Secretary Lamar will da ia
After sheading -orer $1,000,000 ca
department headquarters aad aaviag
them located ia tae tnoat haaatifal 1
roost healthy Iowa ia the aafartaaeat
is not probable that the Secretary of War
will order their removal sad abaadca
that property as well as icewr the ad-1
ditional expense of thoasand of dollars 1
to establish them ia a new place without I
the most cogent reason for "so desag.
The newspapers of ABMaefqae
amuse their readers by teliag theai that
the government aoateaialatit, at aa early
day, the abandonment of ottt $1,000,
000 spent' in erecting aad iavprariaf'
department headquarters at Whipple,
near Prescott, and investm froai ftoo,
000 to $150,000 in establishing theat at
that New Mndcan villiage.
The ranks-of-tbe- gold bug faUowew
are being, rapidly tbinaed by the sledge
hammer ajir-imehts of -the5 silver adto-
The Normal school haildifig located
at Tcmpe, ia Maricopa coaaty, is bow
completed, and it is the inteation of the
Board having the matter ia charge, to
open the school 00 tne arsi aaosoay m
February But, andceatiaae for a fariod
of sixteen weeks.
TERMS OF ADtflSSlOit.
1 Ait applicants satK oe aos aasa-i
than sixiMB vears of uc aad ofaotd
chsiacter. ' ,
2 Applkajsu ataat he abl to pan aa
examination in tae " tsra orase" lata
down in the course of study for pobUc
schools. See appendix to School Law.
3 Eacb-rooBber of the LcgistatarC
is aalhorized to nomiaate one pupil who
shall be entitled to free takioa. No
charge will be read (or tttkiea to those
who intend ta follow the arnfiasiaw of
teaching. All others atsat pay a aaoath-
ly tuition charge of FOUR ootxaas.
4 Board aad lodging in prisate
families can be obtained for about $o
Tne Board intends to furnish every
facility to those who attend, for obtaia
ing a thorough education.
For further particalars address C T.
Hayden or H. B. Farmer, Terope, A. T.
LixaOrncs t Psaawrf. Abimsts.
January 37 lb, 1888. I
Xotlf e 1 hereby -lTea that U attowtac.
nam :d aeUIcr baa ilti aotiae of Sla SsUaUoa
to make flail proof la aapaert d hUclalat,
nd bit ld nroof trill W aiaaa Siort aa
ltcsitterand KccciTer of Ue United SUtaa
Icd OI at Prescott, ArUoaa, ae tka arat
rtTf Mrcb,18 C, vis: Jam T. waadf.of
Camp Verda, Tarapal eesatr. ArUaca far hit
Declaratory UK ate at No. 1BW tor Ua wast
of the toulhwait X ot Stctioa
(it) la Town.klp No. aUUea (U) Vartk af
Kanjre 'o.roar() Kut.
II c man tke Mlowlax wIUeaaM to rrors
bU conllDuout realdecea aaoa, aad caltWat
lon of aiid land. lsi Daf 11 W. Krahaa,
Mpoa Cirrier.Jamea Kaily ad aai Hot
ton. lt cf Cap Verde, Taraaal CoBtT, Ana.
o Territory.' TfiOaUS wlSO.
New Harness Shop
AT ASH FORK.
call the atteatlca of the
irxa'l3t j.ablJ.itocfcaan a4 tMOba
Hrsr Class Stick H Nimss,
I an;j Saddlery Hardsrare. Abo frepared
, t do ail k.aSjf work la
ki ltaa wtamt
Kufii Reserve Fond Life Association
TV1 Knmhrr of Policies IsCUCO.
Oac Mcrfaoary Aaetluce
aamat of lite swar
- - V . & a lher
coatptsv oc Mo:iauon
1 . . .
is im ua
ot.fkiiRt for cr-
ntacriflaara low and
eamtUBle, at late-b-JfckapW
rata .ai tfca eld, level
' w. k.m GR'.DKD
KATrivlU a Ra-X5
INM af taa aaaoda-
, BRYANT BUILDING, 5S .LIBERTY ST.,- NET YORK CITT.
GUBLEY STREET, OPP, NEW CLUB ROOMS,
P. TTTT -T A
Unexcelled Wines, Liquors and Cigars
WILL ALWAXl lS8IT TOPATmoli
Home Wade Candies
MajK&cturcd Fresh Every Day.
Fraits and Huts Of All Kinds.
Oysters im ETry Styl
Jam BWBn, Coafe3tiia9rC3rtz Straat, Pfaseott. Arizaaa
Swccwor to Douglass & Stephana,
PROPRIETOR OF THE
The Tragic Meat Market.
Gariey Street, B.tween Montezuma and Granite'.StJ.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
ALL KINDS OF
Fresh and Sail Meats.
SAUSAGES OF ALL KIND
fCash Paid for at Cattle and Sheep. 3
Hides, aelts, etc., bowbt for cash. Meats delivered to all parts of the e.tyada
Whippkfree of chae. . Q- STEPHENS.
BULL'S HEAD Wfr ME
HEISLER & POE, PR0PRIETOBS.
I Ib order to'.better accommodate
1 ut cannacuuii wuu uur vai"i " uiu iuuu
I ram street,) the- Bull's Head . marker, North Moute-
I rama street, next to Uie
the corner of Gurley
I ta tlwars on hand the best assortment
-we louowwg reaoccu pneo ior mui
Umrt rums maAroand-
TSatr airlolaaad o-Ttr bouuui ak.
Baaf prima WiOarloln .aad partar
li rmanA ud efcark-ata ka S to IS
! at at fcr aaaaaaa ac ilda j . "
Mitts Wffwtww ti iH parts if
iwaSsBSf VV-SBBBBBBBBBBB S "" 4
1, 5,00a 00
- eat, Kew Tart.
lew ara retarac4 ta 1U
Abla and rripomlbla
tacu wmleJ a KBt la
Seed rot fle a
and Pork a 01)6310117
our customers, we have opened
r. & U. Kestaurant, near
Street, where we will
and quality of meats, which we will sell at
iu muui uKiwinuiw iuc jhjuu.
Ifittm aboaldr and eba:k. eaopt.
Mnttoa arlrao "ho
Uab br ilu ,
iAmribaaad tola coop
Limb aoalar aad trg-.
TrNira by rldeor qaart(r
tin Citi ui Fart WMi im ti
Felnary 221, ISIS.
PfBSCOlt Volunleer Fid
Everybody Tarn Out
Tia Sf a"liia DUblii ara reipsetrut I
faraisd that "1!itj op n-.da hMM
al Asa rork,wh:rs; a tu fsuad
Tk lest iMrt Mi Ufgwss.
' waaa-awa a
Porters meet al.: rains and atagss
and will attend to baggagv
of all gue3ts.
WM. T. LATCHFOX.D,
Ash Fork. Froartetor.
For Sal or Beat.
rwo of tba asart fariaa ta Tarapal Caaatf,
aatod la Varda Vallar. PiaaCr watar
torlrricaUBk pnrpoM. Oaod koaaaa, .osrrau
A. WELL STOCKED CAP POND
AtfaUa, aad two haadrad aeraaaadtreat
tUatioawuh itoek If d!rd. or a rrtaa
tnaa. Apply to JOSEPH JdSLVUf,
Tort Vm. A. T. fona mh. la.
W.Z. WILSON Jb C
AT THE IX
Saw Mill, hraaniii i.r.n la-atta4
Yam.eaattdof Plaaa.axt ta ldwatora
mor. aaTO tba larcnt aaaorlaiaat of
tnre pnparod at tba aboTtsaCBOtlretafll
allora.ra wtia preaapiaaaa and dlaiiaa
Flour, Grain and Bran.
Tdtea ta exchange for Laaaber at
W. Z. WILSON ft ca
Ash Fork, 1 T..
ajcd xikaljua l-
PALMER & MOORE.
City Feed Yard,
Livery, Feed and Sals Stables.
hi Fisswstr Utf.
ASH FORK t PRESCOTT.
FIRST CLiSS BIOS
Tin Pur Accaftiriiliw Fnt,
Come and see as before contract
ing. Pioneer Shops.
At the 01. Stat.
Carry a fall Stock of all Kinds
of BlacksmlTar aad Wagon
Material, and are pre
pared to do all
Om Start ffotiow
Agents for theOsborne
Adams' Self Regulating
Th ntfl.n'rW. prcprttw of ll
GREY EAGLE STASLti
Granite Street, Pretei,t
Kan tagea from Prwcott to Alexandria
and return, once a week, carrym f
ras'er-cers and freight.
Will Leave PrMOtt
Every Monday Mornio-j
7 o'clock, retarBinp; ev,rr
Sr - SKULL & AUSTIN
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