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PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1886.
PRICE TEN CENTS
VOL. XXI No. 48.
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25 YEARS IN USE.
Tk Greatest Sedical Trinmpa efts Afet
SYMPTOMS OP A
I.oa of appetite, DowrU caatlrs, laln la
the brad, with a ttall aenaatlaa la taa
back part. Pain tinder the lr
blade. Kollnaaa nllcr eatlnc, with atfla
Inclination to exertion of bedr ar aalaaV
Irritability of temper. Low spirit, with
aVearioeaa, Illzzlnraa, Flattcrlot at the
Ilrart. Ilota before the cTea.IicaaVube
atrr tto ricbt err. JXpatirMaeaa. with
TTJTTS I' I LI.9 ere efpeci&lly adapted
to (neb rases, ono doao effect ancb a
e&ancn of f eel Infra to aiton la b tbe tuffcrer.
Tbcy Inmate f tin Aripettta.aiiJ canaa taa
todr to Take on I'leati.tnu tha Tm la
tionruhr.l.arvl ty tbeirTonle Aetloat on
rmmd. tYlrf!IK-. -14 Mnrr-ay WC.aKT.
TUTT'S EXTRACT SARSAP1RILU
IlenoTale ti Ulr. makr twalthy rlaah.
Mrendfcea tto wetii, reMira the waatc of
tbe sjstra with jure UooJ aod hard muacle;
t.iiw the nrrroua rriem. lcviforat. tba
brain, aoJ imparts the vl-or of manhood.
Officii -I I JlurrarSI..ScwTorlu
Capital Prize, $150,000.
W lo herebv certify that tre aupervlaa
the !rra;i ai-nU for all the Monthly and
Quarterly liawln of the LooWlans
r-Ute IotteT Company, and In peraon man
uc and control tbe Draclnga themelye.
i J toat the lint a-e coi Jncid nrllh lionee
y. firn. al in rtod f It b toward all par,
ties vr u: . nic t e Com.ny to n-e
tli).rfrt:3.-.T.- wtifac- rule of out sltua.
lnr.nil&4 ;j t. :tdvertleaenta,'
AVc It.- und.-rsicDfd Ruk and banker
w!!! iy all rr:ze- drawn In The LouLiana
Slite lx.:u rte uhiih may t jire'cnted at
r oouat re-.
I'fev Ixnusiana National Bank
HUl r.I. II. KEkKIV
Trcs. S'ate National Bank.
Via. Orleans National Bank
Louisiana Slate Lottery Company
Incorporated in Z.sSS fur 2S jara bj the
Le ;llatcre for edurational and CbariUbl
inrpoe wrni fccapi'ai oijiiu.w.w 10 wuicu
arenerir fnn.lofov r SiitMAW bu alnee beer
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Mate P.O. Money Ord-rs payable
and address Registered Letters
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K YXSAS CITY, JIU.
Does a Geneiai Bank ng Business.
J as. T. TiiosNro:.
M. W. Sr. Ci-ur
IV. K. Thoknion
The CmUfarala Ailata.
The Tucacn Index cl&uifies the L'tliforDJii
Lion s followi: ItU not a lion, bat tbe
bsatt known in the cut as the Panther. It
it known to Z-wlglst o the Puiu. It is
of the cat rpecicf, ami depredate in tue
night time. It Iitci in mounlalna anil for-
C3! and is a tree climkr. It rarely attacks
a man, but U very ready to prey on domes
tic animals, id has an txtraorJiuuy thhst
for blood. One alone has been known to
kill fifty beep xn a ni?ht drinking a little
of the blood of each. It is easily tamed and
is said to bo a very gentle creature, purring
like a cat, and foud of attention. It is
cloicit a liwl to the leopard, but is a d's-
tiDct sptctes from the jis?uar.
The jaguir it fuperior in itrcsgth and
speed to the California lion or Puma. The
J. is called tl: Americin tiger. It is
spottnl, and although incy.'Jorc 1m say it
dors not txit in Americi, norlh of the
isthmu', it .-vHently inluhiu the region
alon the lino between Souora and Arizona.
Tha P..pigoia luve frequently brought to
Tu-on th- hides of Urge spotted aniais.Ii,
and if nat jtgu.irs they must o'herwite be
apotlfi I nptrd.
Tae skin if the lenpsrd h described in
the cnryi;i iu lia to "be spitted fur, t e
spots b-inj; .ircanped In numerous rows
along the siilr, and each spot composed of
Ive or six finili !ott arranged in circle
or rosette. T!r oneral cjlor is yellowish ;
t!ie !, wer iiirt li"hti r the snits dsiker
than the general color ! the fur.1
Tae kiii f the jiutr U d -cribei a
"usually a rich yellow, ri-h Urge bck
spot, and and ripgs, sun'l f pots gencra'ly
appearing w'tliin th rings."
These description? of the spotted hides of
the leopvd and jiguar have a cloe r?em
blanc. Tha next time thj Papigoes bring
in the paltry of these animals wo will try
and describe wh ch fcin l of animal itistht
inhabits Soath-rn Arizma, th companion
of the Puma or Pantber.
Editing a ncwspaiwr is a very nice bu-i-
nci, says a cpn'emporary, and tn-FC w
know nothing about it consider it a very
easy buMncM. If we publish jikes people
siv wc are rnttlcheidol, nd it 'irnit
jokes, we are n old fossil. If we publish
nrii-inal matter, they blam; ts tor not gir-
ing selecti.'cs, folk t-iy ve arc Isxy lr not
writing something they had not rend in
some other psper. Ignorance of what good
editing is, people iruigine tho getting up of
selected matter to b- the easiest thirg in
the worl 1 to do, when it is reilly the nicest
w.uk on a pnper. If tbey find the editor
with scUscrs in Land, ther are sure to say,
"Elt, that's the way they get up original
matter, eh!" accompanying their new and
ritty iuesoots with tn id'o ic ill
The facts ire, tht the inttrest, the mo- j
rality the variety anu usefulness of ft pafer
depend ia n, small degree upon it selected
matter, nnd few men arc capable of the
position who would r,ot le able to write
many cf the articles they select. A sensible
editor detires considerable tclicteil matter,
becau-e he kooRS that one mind cannot
make a good a paper a five or six. If f
give a man a complimentary notice, we are
cnured for being partial, and if we fail to
give complimentary notice, we are informed
that we are a luv
If we insert articles that please the ladies
the men are jealous, and if wa do not cater
to the wishes of tho ladice, the paper, in
the one' opinion, is not fit to make a bustle
of. If we remain in our cfii and tend to
oar bu ness, folks say we are too proud to
mingle with our fellows, but if we go out
tbey say we never attend to our business. If
we wear old clothes it is insinuated that
business is bad, and if we wear good ones
they say wc are extravagant.
A newspaper and a newsptper editor that
people don't talk about and sometime
abuse, aro rather poor concerns. The men
and business that an editor sometimes feels
it a duty to defend, at the risk of making
enemies ot another cla-s, are of the very first
to show ingratitude. The editor who ex
pects to receive much charity or gratitude
will soon find out his mistake; but be
should go ahesd and say what he conscien
tiously thinks right witboutjregard'to the
frowns of grumblers.- Journalist.
"Heart and Ilaad," a matrimonial ptper
published ia Chicago, contains tho follow
ing applications for life partners fiom Ya
vapai county. While the names appear in
full In the Chicago paper we giTe only the
"I fought with the "lost cause" but now
fight with Cleveland and the democrats, am
a Methodist of temperate habit?, and my
home is and shall ever be in the sun kissel
land of Arizona, the stcckman's paradise and
the cocfump';v' home, where the finest
climate in the world is 1 1 be found. Am a
widawcr, ago 43, 5 t'ect It inches in height,
freight 170 pounds. My desire is to corres
pond with a lady of culture, a good cliris
tian of a loving nature. Must be a good
cook, a nice house keeper and capable of
making a hippy horn. One of musical
acromplishsnents, hailing from the sunny
south would be preferred. Will exchaoge
photographs and gladly answer those who
rive lull description oi themselves, au-
drees, M. tW, Ash Fork, Ariz, Tj.
A widower of 45 years, 4 feet 10 inches
high, with dark hair and blue eye, wishes
to correspond with a few lively maidens or
widow, between the ages of 23 and 45.
neither drink nor gamble. Lady with dark
bair rrfernid Object, a loving wife. Ad
dress, I. W. T.. Simmons, Yavapai Co n
Ar7 . Ty.
Messrs. Ackers & Walker are producing
snrne fine hcrses from their Mogollon range.
Sjme time sicce ihcy purchased a full
blooded Norman Percheron stallion, and
hare obtained some excellent colts . Mr.
Ackers yesterday drov. a young stallion 2
years and T month! old into town bitched
to a buckboard, which was only
taken from oil the range three weeks ago.
ne is from a Patchen mare and weighs
1,220 pounds. A seven months old colt,
weighing 730 pounds, also followed its
dam, which was alto hitched to the buck
board. Mr. Acker says they expect this
year to breed 100 mares, and expect shortly
tc have a fice lot of horsei to place on the
A Manias Match.
Old farmer Pettcngil went into the bouse
one day and caught the hired man hogging
Tho farmer said nothing and went into
tho field. After tinaer ha wanted John for
something, bit John could not ba found.
He went, at last, to John's iojui, where
he found the lattei on his knses pack
ing his trunk.
'What is the matter, John?" said Mr.
"Oh, nothing," said John.
"What are you packing your trunk fori1
'I'm going away."
"Going away I What are you going awsy
"Oh, you know."
"No, I don't know," rejoined Mr. P.
"Come, give me a reason for your sadden
desire to go away!"
"Well," meekly replied John, "you saw
what I was doing this morning."
' Oh, pshaw," laughed Mr. Pet'.engil,
"don't be foolish. If you and I can't hug
the old wemsn enough, I'll hire another
The above little incident reminds us very
iiiuch of the relations between Democracy,
President Cleveland and the Republican,
party. The Democracy, Mr. Pettengii, has
frequently caught Mir. Pettengii, or Cleva,
land, hugging the hired man or mugwump.
Instead of being angry at Cleveland, the
Democracy say to Cleveland, "if you and
I can't hug mugwoii p enough, I'll hire
another man to help us Texas Sittings.
The Maashaa; KUIlar.
Geo. W. Kay, who shot ami killed Redo
m'jnd Coatello, in Humbug, last Saturday,
has bco lodged in jail by Constable Dan
Wright, ot Tip Top. Kay had a prelimin
ary examination before a justice of the
pe.-ce at Tip Top. The ptptrs in the case
have not yet been forwarded to the district
attorney, and bat little was learned of the
particular of the shooting. The only thing
learced is that the shooting was done with a
A in'bestcr rifl, the ball passing through
the neck severicg the jugular it in. Kay's
mining partner aamed Farley, who is an
invalid, is in town, but fe.'uied to say any
thing concerning the nature ot the trouble,
which led to the tragedy. Kay hai lived in
this county for about fourteen years. Cos
tello has been here more or less for three
years, and is sprken of as one of the meet
quiet and pacceble of citizens.
The Baralas or Bla laser.
Wm Bldinger, who was burned to death
in the Flsgattfffire, was asleep in his room,
when the alarm was given. John W. Foien
who was sleeping in the next rem, barely
escaped with bit life, and don't know how
he got out. He remembers getting to tho
window with a table cover about his head
for prottction from smoke and fin-,' then
nothing more until be found himself lying
bruised and cut on the groand outside. Just
before getting out be yelled to Bidinger
"For God's sake, Billy, get out at that win
dow," and received the reply, "Thai' what
I'll do," but Bidinger must have suffocated
before reaching the window. Aftar Foren
,ot out no man could have reached Bidin
Justice Panncnberg this morning render
ed a decision for plaintiff in the ca?c of
Johnson vs. Bsnghart. The accout, amount
ing toS6 00, was assigned by a man n:mcd
Morrison to Mrs. Johnson, when another
creditor of Morrison's got out an attach
ment against Mr. Baogbart for the money.
The latter, to atoid payment twice, very
naturslly awaited a judicial decision as. to
whom it should be paid.
The Courier pronounces the rumored as
signment at Ellis m vo a maiic.ous ne.
The San Francisco Chrenicle gives particu
lars as follows: By the assignment of Guss
Ellis at Co., ot Phenix, A. T, a nimber of
of Ssn Franciscans are affected. The as
signees are H. Ellis, of Arizons, and Joseph
Bloom, ot this city. At a meeting of the
local creditor on Monday, a committee was
appointed to consult with the assignees.
The assets are placed at 1133,410.24 and
liabilities about 15,00.
Our contemporary seams to take a special
pleasure in referring to items which appear
in this paper as "a lie." Thie morning re
ferriag to the asneuncemcnt of Ellis at Co i
assignment, which appeared jeiterday, it
very cuitly ssys: "The story that Guss Ellis
A Oo, the leading merchants of Phenix, had
made an assignment, is a mclicious lie."
The above language, however, docs not
alter the state of facts, as Guss Ellis & Co.,
have made an assignment, the Couriers
rath defense of them to the contrary, not
withstanding. Professor Ludirig Thomas has composed
a grand march for the flremea's ball to be
given next Monday evening which is a real
gem in the musical line. It hat been dedi
cated to the Preteott Fire Departmnt, and
it is the intention of the composer to have
it published. It will be played at the atw
eity hall on Monday evening promptly at
nine o'clock and the disciples of terpsichore
who fail to hear it on that occasion will mis
a rare musical treat.
The fire department was rung out this
afternoon at four o'clock by order ot the
Chief of the Department J. f . Ling, for the
purpose of giving the hose companies prsc
lice in making double connections. The
Toughs took the hydrant in front of the
Lion Store and the Dade the one in front
of the bank. Each company m ade coantc
tions and laid a line of hose to the center
of the block, then returning laid another
line to the same hydrant made connections,
and a secord stream was turned on. The
Touchs won both streams.
A bill has been reported favorably in
Congress, which will be of interest to
mechanics in this territory. It provides that
for all personal service rendered by any
mechanic, laborer or servant in the Distnc
of Columbia and tbe terrltoneJ to an
amount not exceeding $1,000 no property
shall be exempt from seizure and sal under
execution, if action is begun within six
months after the last service shall have
Prescott is well represented at the Nor
mal school at Teape, having the following
four students there: Mis Laura Clay, R. M.
Ling, J . W. Akers and D, Ctapo.
"inMIlTII ABBSSAD" .
Sin Francisco, February 16, i3S6.
Editor Journal-Miner: Things
are quite lively in this part of the great
Paciric coast moral vineyard of the Lord,
and I find several old Prescottites enjoy
ing themselves here in a subdued soit of
a way that is creditable alike to them
selves, to Prescott and Ariiona ge -erallj-.
I met Hon. Morris Goldwatcr a ff.w
days age. He is no chicken here, but
says he pines for the pines of Yavapaii
and vill undoubtedly return there wi h
delight in a few days. Mr. George Bow
ers teems to be enjoying himself
immensely, and no wonder, for with a
dividend paying mine, a handseme, new
wife and nothing in particular to do but
kill time pleasantly, ought certainly to be
enough joy for any man. Sol Lewis still
works hard for the interests of Prescott
and Phenix. H. H. Noyes is operating in
lands with ex-SecreUry Van Ar man and
enjojj a measure of good health that he
never did tn Arizona.
) . M. Wilson, Mrs. James Baker, Len
Hale, Johnny Ellis, Mrs. Kendall and
Miss Lulu, and several other Prescottites
are sojourning here.
The entire state of California seems in
a ferment about the Chinese, and ever)'
locality in the state is boycotting them.
The result is that this city is filling up
with Chinamen from interior towns. The
remedy seems as far off as ever. No
real practical solution to the Chinese
question has been suggested yet. They
are here and the six companies must
feed and clothe them or send them back
If some of the land leagues would
raise money to charter cars and send a
few thousands to Boston and other east
era citiis it might afford some relief and
possibly effect the desired change in
public sentiment concerning Brother
Beecher's "Little Brown Men," whom he
so dearly loves.
The recent copious rains throughout
California have thoroughly soaked the
ground, and the great San Joaquin val
ley will produce such a crop the present
season &s will astonish the world.
The immigration to California the
present season promises to be greater
than at any time since the days of '49
and '50 and the immigration promises to
be of a character which will be of much
profit tc this state, as the people are
mostly land seekers and desire to make
their homes far away from the land of
cyclone;! and blizzards.
The weather for the past week has
been most magnificent, the sun shining
every d&y with great brilliancy and the
air as soft and sweet as could be.
Many enquiries are made of roe con
cerning Arizona, and I paralyze them
with tales of the rich mineral deposits in
I say but little however, concerning
my rich mines, it mht seem egotistical
ou knew and make people envious if I
told hou really wealthy I am in my
mines and in my mind. I hope to
develop them some day when I come
in next July via. the Central Arizona
Railway! Yours, etc. V.
ABUW A TBI ros VCXUUICC.
A Washington telegram to the Chicago
Curti) C Bean, delegate in Congress
from Arizona, conversing to-day con
cerning the capture of Oeroniraa and
his band of renegade Apa.hcs, said that
the proper plan to pursue on the part of
the military authorities was to turn over
these Indian to civil authorities for in
dictment and trial on charges of murder
and he entertained no doubt if this
course were pursued they would be
brought to speedy justice at the hands of
courts and juries of Arizona. General
Crook, he said, had no power to admin
ister punishment to these Indians; they
were prisoners of war in his hands, sub
ject to whatever disposition might be
determined by the President. They had
murdered about one hundred and
seventy people, and destroyed a large
amout of property since they broke out
of the San Carlos Reservation and went
upon the war-path.
Geronimo chimed to have grievances
and it was possible that zffairs at the
reservation had not been wisely admin
istered in various particulars,but the fact
remained that these Indians had ruth
lessly murdered innocent persons, out
raged women and destroyed helpless
children, and the blood of the murdered
cried aloud not only for vengeance and
retribution, but for such further relief as
would protect the citizens of Arizona,
and neighboring territories from a
repetition of such crimes. The people
of Arizona were terribly agitated over
this matter, and the period had arrived
when pandering and accommodating
should give way to vigorous and deter
mined action on the part of the govern
old physician, retire! from practice.
havlnr had placed in his hands bv an East
India missionary the formula of a simple veg
etable remedy for tha speedy and permanent
cure 01 consumption, tironcnuis, uatanb,
Asthma ana an tnroat ana lunjr auecUont.
also a positive and radical care for Nervoat
DabUT.y and all Nervoui Complaint, after
having tested its wonderful curative powera
In tbouiand of eases, has fell it bis duty to
make It known t his mffiring fellows. Ac
tuated by this motiv and a desire to relieve
human suffering, I will send free of charge, to
all wno oasire it, mis retipe, tn uerman
Frenck or English, with full directions for
preparing and aslng. Sent dt mall by ad rata
ls r witn stamp, naming uut paper, w A.
KOTBS, lat rewr't Block. RoehMter.Xaw
aovJB tow ly
A communication signed by 3. W. C. M.
in this morning's Courier outline the future
policy of that paper in such a way a to
lead ot to believe that R. W. C. M., had
porakaaed tbe plant.
TIKIS) TA rtL
"Abeenc makes the heart grow fonder
Distance sweet enchantment levda,"
This is what the flittering poet.
To the heart sore, lover sends!
Din't belitvo this, little maiden,
Keep him with you while you can,
Let him see bis darling often,
It will t the belter plan.
Ha may faithful prove forever,
Some men never change my dear;
Bat your happier far ma petite.
When your chosen one is near I
Maideus are as thick as dew drops
Rjsy girls like flowrets fair
Blr-nm in many a pleasant household;
Pretty miidcos, havo a care I
Fate may c .11 your lover from yoo,
(Short and lonely bs bis stav);
Yet, look to it, that in anger,
You send not youi love away ;
Trifles light as air have stranded,
Many u love bark staunch as thine;
Words, mere words, are oft too potent,
Bonnie maiden, watch love' sign.
Watch y our own young heart a bit, love,
When your sweetheart is away;
Comely la-Is are brave and. plenty
You may change too, in a day;
When your bright eyes go a roving,
Tbink of him who loves yon so;
Letsad fLrting be tor others
Who, ro real true Ir.ve know.
Sboald you be a wife ma petite,
Should you wad the one held dear
Through all sunshine and all sorrow
Let your union be for e'er.
Let no meddlers come between you
Let no jealousies combine
Ever tn destroy the household
Made by Heaven, a precious shrine.
The following is the list of letters
remaining at the Pot Office in Prescott,
Arizona, for tbe week ending February 18,
Cambridge John L
Davis C S
Hammond G H
Parker S A
Little F A
Knent G W
J ico is Albert
Simpson R E
Samuels Jas (2)
Tubba W G
Woods W A
Call for advertised letters.
J H A MabSX,
Tip Top tti ls holds its place as one of
the foremost mining camps in this county.
From Mr. Coover, who is stopping at pre,
ent in Prescott, it is leaned that from 90 to
SO men are engaged on different properties
there taking out y,ood paying ore.
It was rumored on the streets this after
noon that Guss Ellis A Co., of Phenix, bad
made an assignment. Tbe rumor, however,
ould be traced to no oftcial source. En
quiry over the wires to Phenix elicited the
statement that ihe same rumor prevailed
there, but nothing positive wa known con
At a convention of postmasters held
recently in Chicago a resolution was
adopted recommending the government
to purchase and own all postofEce boxes
in fourth class office doing a business of
five hundred dollars dollars per year,
and all third class offices, and nut
compel postmasters to construct the
same and then turn the revenue over t
Judge Shields, yesterday, granted an in
junction against tbe treasurer and tax cola
lector of Mohave County, on petition ot If.
C. Uazeldine, of the A. A P. R. 1L, restrain
ing him from selling property of the com
pany or attempting to collect takes against
the company. Tbe amount claimed is
$46,000. The ca- will come up lor trial in
Prescott at the June terra of court.
Pacific coast congressmen have intro
duced bills to abrogate all treaties with
China and prohibit all immigration
except duly accredited diplomatic and
consular officers. This is the only sensi
ble legislation that can be had on the
The trade between this country and
China for 1885 shows a balance against
the United States of $10,13.8,450 or in
other wards this amount of money was
shipped from this country and lost to cir
The secretary of war has directed de
partment commanders to ascertain and
report the cost of the several army bands
in their respective commands, with a
viewlo a reply to a recent resolution of
congress on the subject.
HenryJWatttrson, of the Louisville
Courier-Journal, is reported in a dying
This powder never varies. A marvel ot
purity, strength and wholesomeaess. More
economical than th ordinary kind aad can
aot be sold In competition with the maltltaac
oflaw.test (hart elrkt. alsm or BBMDEate
powders. Sold only In cac. Royal Baking
rowder Co, los .Wu atreet, aew I or a.
Fine Rooms 50c and $1 Per Day.
THIS HOTEL, WHIlH HAOSlTlERN" OPENED, IS X WE
and furnished in every particular with all the convenience
it make it a
It ia situated in the center of the city, within fifty yardi of the
Postoffice, and is the MOST CONVENIENT HOUSE in Northern
Arizona. Particular Attention
HEB. AUMULLEB, Proprietor.
atoitt, July 1, 1885.
KELLY & STEPHENS
GOLDEN RULE STORE,
lUn it lartriiuJ jlott Canlnllr rcrchued.Stock
Of General Merchandise!
Verrr Ha la ana oneestablittisant Is Ariztma.4!
Alsi i Cup lit! stock of the Famous Oregon Cassiraere Clothing. Bla
Lin. Gaods, Pacific Coast Flannel Underwear,
AND as endless vauiety or
Buckingham Kecht's Unrivalled Ma nu fact
Boots and Shoes.
Magnificent Selection of Ladies' and Children's Shoes, just arrive
eating araafal for tha Ulertl -atroufc berioiml njoa tnea ta tha put, -Jticj 3 eaniattl; tadearor
SBarttaeoaUinaaeaortlwauBe Jtth fitur.
aHTNORTHWEs CORNER OP THE PLAZU2
THE LEADING HOTEL OF PRESCOTT
The Only Hotel -in Northern Arizona With
Hard Pinished Edoihs.
SITTING AND DINING ROOMS ARE THE LARGEST
AND BEST APPOINTED IN PRESCOTT.
BOARD PES WEEK, $7.00.
H. A. Kendall, Proprietor.
THE ONLY HOTEL IN TOWN.
Gk SCHTJEEMiiliT, Prop.,
Board and LodRinff Per Week - - - S10
Board, By the Day
4t i At I'll. hV ih il
Psc itr, Am lit, toStr 7, 189 .
AFTER THE FIRE?
The Cottage Hotel at Ash Fork.
The undersigned respectfully inform the citizens of Arizona and the public
generally that they have re-opencd near the Railroad Depot
at Ash Fork,
j&m HT- E "W ZE3l O T E L ,
Where can be found the best
Sample & Club Rooms,
The house has also a fine corral
of Ha' and Orram.
Everybody InvitsrJ and Room for all.
ST a -m T T
Ash Fork, Arlr,
Jan. atta, lSwi.
T- Q STBPHE--TS,
Successor to Doaglass k Stephens,
PROPRIETOR OF THE
The Tragic Meat Market.
1 Garley'Street, Between Montezuma and Granite Jstr.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
ALL KINDS OF
Cash Paid for
hides. mel-J, etc, bjujnt for cash. Meats delivered to all parts of the city and
WkUppat tree Ot cnargC.
Paid to the Comfort of my Guests.
Dan Hatz )
- - $1
- ul Deliveed tc any Dart of Tow
accommodations. In connection
also Fine Billiar dTahle.
and stable a' Cached with plenty
MB. & WALTER UOOK.
OF ALL KIND
and Pork a Specialty
at Cattle and Sheep. JE
A.;iz.,iA JDLfRNAL-M! HH.
htkam rr.ixTi.u necseo
The Arizona JocuxiL-MisaE la pab
1,0 t ev ij ,iaT a tbo trsat exct Hundar
THEAKtZOKA. WP.CKX.T JorL3fSB U
64b heu every Wednesday at PraMOti, la-"
tpltal . Territory.
TJIK AlUlOXA I'L'IitaMHIXV
0svote! to the commercial and basis he.
ertjtt oi tk? Territory.
DAILY rer jear - ' tile
VrtKi.1" " one year, a
- " six months. " 3 53
Money may be remitted by registered IUr
alo2ee order or d-a.t.
rto Joca.;i.-MiNxavui be delivered by
rrtrr i vuvscribers in the city XonSceaU
I-ocU notices will be Inserted at flrteea
isli a line for ike first iaterCon and Ua
tali per lice for each subsequent inserUaa.
Correspondence ctt all subject of genera!
tieret will ba accepted, act. cews from say
ncailtj U solicited, enpedaltr trom tte mining;
rap ad ajrrle?l-.ral district.
Ail coaimaoleauoat aboold be addressed to
Et T-.rKSiviilxjrn. Vrcace.t. rUeca.
' C. rE. Hwm S p. Merenanta' Ex-s-
j fmawo, ta io:c ag nl for tha
!- j.icb:;xi.-Mixjb .a tbat city. H
n red -o collect money dao thl
,t.'!c ,,-.,- ortiera for advertising,
i atuudl. so; oilier bonnes devolving
. ahlaiMl: xepreentaltv afthapnb
i.er. Till lU'Y )ocXAL-2ixjt an
A cclt ionB!Ai..MtEr will ti toand oa
at at hi oaie.
Kate ot l;al AdvrrtUlac.
tmmont. Dlttrlct Cturt
. ml Offlee .Xollce for lubllcailoa).
A plication for '"'
,t,rppr Ait Terming; aartaa (10 1
'iVUEETl, WHERE .AD
""ty Utt xsads tit U la.
Bml lUjuie Tine Table ta aatat firasB
Mai tot syjutiiaru portion of tbe Territory
u.i p tunic Coast leaves daily at CSJ0 a.
fa Ptiesirtnd Maricopa. Arrives at oaDt
sU lor the Zastern State iaAvP.
a. t. Icavca daily at (JolO p ta. Arrives
"-0 p. m. daily,
Mail for Dradsiiaw, vis Hxjjijaispa,
3uno, Mcesville and Alexandria, J ears
Undays and Fridays at 7 a. m. Arrives
luwdajs and Saturdays at 6 p. m.
Mail for Phenlx,"via Antelope Valley,
ta-:ton, Wickenburgh and Vnltnro, leaves
'lendays. Wednesdays nnd Fridays at t a.
ti. Amvca Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sat-
Uya at 6 a.m.
Mail for Joaiper, via Simmons leaves
nrdays and Tuesday; at 7 a. m.; arrives
. jdays aad Fridays at 6 p. m.
J. II. A. Marsh. Postmaster.
Wc .Uh Fort at ItX A.M. Arrive at Al
u' unique al UiSO P. M.
-c re Albuquerque al 3:10 A. M. Arrive at
M: Fork at 10.-00 P.M. Arrive t Mojave at
V P. 31. Lenxc Mojave (9ra Francisco
1 w) at C:0OPJI Arrive at San Frasdscoat
:A.M. . . -
Train on tbe AUanlle and raeic will bere
ncr 1 run on mountain time.
. rains on lb Southern Pacific wl tue "--'
: ciaoo time:
I'nllman Palace Kleeplas Car will ba
run throacU between sit. IauTaajaa.
aaa City and Kan Fraaelae.
f ThroucU ticket to all points for
ale at tbe Prescott odee.
For Information concerning passenger or
relght boiineai, call on
O. F. and Sr. A Al btvineraoe, . X.
J . Itoblnaon, Oaaeral Msuager
or J. P. MEADOK, Acent, Preteott.
10HS A. RCSS. XD. A. WBXLS
EUSH A WELLS,
Attorney and Counselors at law,
tPrescott, Arisen a.
Will attend ttrlctly to all bttsine entrusted
them In tbe several Courts of Kncord of ite
rritory. Abitracts of title to talniair. claim
dreilly accurately prepared. P-ompt at
Ion v iven to collections.
. STEPHEN G. iLARCOU.
ATTORJiEY AND COUNSELLOR ATLAW.
C. G. W. FRENCH,
Attornev and Counselor at law,
tSTWill pracUce Injall tbe Courts of Arizona
Oiricn Ovtr tie IUnk; of Arizen .
I'.-cicott, Arizona. .
L. F. EGGERS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
DISTRICT ATTORNEY OF YAVAPAI COUNTT,
Office in Court House Prescott.
E. L SANFORD.
Ofilce oa Corlez Street, a few doors north.
Tax of Jocsnai. offlce.
LB. F. K. AIX3rOKTn,
PHTbICIAH AND SUBQZOJt.
OCce OctsAunal Ball ding, Garley itreeU
IL K. K0BEXS0N,
PHYSICIAlf tAKD SURGEON,
Ofiice on 3Ibntezsm street,
One doer Norlh of Use? & Co'g Dragsiore
Attorney General of Arizona.
Attoksxt as3 Cocj.isr.oa at Law
Oma-OrtrlbvBaako; Azlzema, .
VTJL JL MeGSSW,
A 1T,'SS5r-A3r-IJ-w' c- H- comer
V MO.VEII an lor Tlirrd XHatrici Cnrr.
iV??1 aIJ"- OClee next door U oli
A Veil. PrtntooU. a. t. t-Z,
J.C IIERNDON. J j.'haWXIXS
HERNDON & HAW-KINS,
ATTOROEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW
Sieaal attention to convcyanctug and
oSce work of all kinds.
HENRY CLAY BURKE.
. ATTORNEY AND COUNStXOR-AT-iAW.
SO" Will pracUea ia all tb cosrta of ATlaons.
aad before lt larlcas Dapartmenti In trah
OdM-Rooai 7"o. ?. -rr Sut of Arfioaa.
ftescstt, A. T.
O Bit KB V 1LASTI1K.V hTAK GOI
DEN UULECHA1TEBSO. L KegTila
iceUBrf of tbla Lodge, the nl and talrd
TUUtoDAYof acb month, at 730 o'clock
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