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VLL. XXI No. 53.
PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, MaRCH 31, 1886.
PRICE TEN CENTS.
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' SPECIAL NOTICES.
1 A. Kasb. K. W. Wellt, Sumner Howut
SCSH, WKLLS & HOWARD.
Attorneys aid Jouaiellors at Law
fraaett, Tarapal County, Aritona. W1U at.
tccd promp ly to all buslnest entruited to
them Id the couru of record In the territory,
STEPHEN 0. MARCOU.
ATTOsUIET AMD C0UNSELL0K AT LaW.
L. F. EGGERS.
BOTsUCT ATTORNEY OF YAVAPAI COUITTT,
Office in Court House - - Prescott.
E. M. SANFORD.
OSo ob Cortea Street, a sw daata aortk
Tu of Jocbmai. office.
DR. T. K. A1NSWORTH,
PaTtlOIAM ABO Bmnoi,
OSav Oetaconal BulldlDc.aorley I
S. K. B0BINS0N,
PBTSICIAbT AMD SURSBOH,
OSo ob MoBteCBBU street,
Oae door North of Reeee Jt Co'i Drmftton
Attorney General or Arizona.
A.77osuiaY astj CorasKxoa at Law
Omem Orar th. Bank of Ariaoaa.
WM. H. MoQ&EW,
4 XT HNKT-AT-LaW, U. 8. COMallS
JV SIONER aa. for Tblrd District Court.
YsTapal county. Offlce a.zt door to Kuab
4 W.IU. Prvsmtt. A. T.
J C KERN DON. J J. HAWKINS
HERN DON A HAWKINS,
ATTDROKYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW
Special attention to conTeyandng aad
offlce work of all kinds.
HENRY CLAY BURKE.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW.
WWII! prarllee In alt the eonrts of Arlsona.
aod Kfor. tne Tarl- as UpartmcDU In Wash-
atl(tOD,D C m
OaVa-Raam No. t, orsr Bnk of Arlaonsv
Prescctt, A. T.
lbs an Ktanc.sco Wceklj Alia will be
aeat to ttj address thirteen weeks on tria
fur 2$ cents. SpVndid preminmt are rfiered
ta jasrly nbcriters.
THE WEEKLY ALTA,
f Sso Frsniiico, CL
BAM OF ARIZONA
PBEBCOTT, A. T,
aatabllshed, UT7. The Oldest Bank In th.
ML tEWIl, . , rreaUcBt
W.K, AKKLTIBCK flakier
to l Law IS. E. W. WKX.IA, HCOO RlCHAXSI)
B. X. Inionn, w. E. Hasbltivk.
ataak rcalirerata ataa Praaelaee
Laldlaw A Ob. lew Verb
A SSKXRAL BANKING BUSINESS
Drafts aad Teletraphle Exchange on all the
krtaclpal elUet of the Cnlted Stales bociht
CUaealTa a JTraaaBt AtUatiaa
Tke cumm taeatlaav.
With alt doe regard f r tboM wbo think
d'afcrently. I am of tbe opinion that aoch
of oar fiaancial and moral drpreuioo which
prerslle in our midst, Is in a Vpree duu to
tbe baaefai ii fluence of our Mongolisti pop
ulation, for. were it sot for tbeat we would
retain more of the aaoue; put in circulation
more white Independent boeaea would have
been built up, and more lasting inprofe
tnents male; our tasea auold be lighter
because we would btve more tszpajersaad
more taxakle proaer'j.
It if, I think, no exaggeration to ssj that
more than 1106.900 ot our turncY baa found
iu way to Chins, ain'-e the unlucky day
that tbe first Cbinsman was allowed to
establish biinielf in our county; but what
ia of more moment than tbe lots of tbe
moDcy U tbe lose t. rs of tbe probable iaa
proTements which wouM have been nude
by all tbe poor and industrious white fam
ilies, wbo baveeen driven rfl by Chinese
True, tbe Chinese make better servants
tban tbe white; they are mare docile, more
servile and will put up with more arro
gance; id fact, they are natural born slaves;
but tbe slavery system has mined more
communities than it baa built up; China
men pay their rents with more promptaas
tban tbe whites, aad for that very reisoot
laada rented to them are withdrawn from
tbe real esta'e matket. We wsut no Land
lorditm here, for, next to slavery, it ia tbe
greatest carte of mankind. What we want
are amall independent homes which mske
every man and woman led an interest in
the welfare of tbe community in which tbey
To turn up, tbe pretence of tbe Chinese
among ua has a tendency to uake tbe rich
richer and tbe poor poorrr. Should tbe
would be aristocrats of official tinecure, of
finance, trade and speculation, succeed in
retaining tbe Chinese in Yavapai County
tbey will eventually bare to build poor
bouses Ictr the whites.
Stephen G. Msbcou.
task Leslie's raaaiar Bfaatkly
The prolonged winter made ice yachting
possible even into what ia generally regard
ed as spring, so that tbe attractions and
peril of this peculiar amusement art: still
iresh in tbe mind. Mr. Stephens, in tbe
April number of tbe Frank Leslie's Popular
Month'y gives tbe history of thaa vessels,
their present popula- forms, and describes
vividly the exhilarating nonactions of a spin
over the glassy ice in otic of thrsr Bfet ve
hicle. Mr, F. B. Mayer takes us from the
ice an1 its pleasure, to tbe ba'mirr Cls
peakt and intro luces us to the old tons
and manors of tbe western aborts of Mary
land, giving illustrations from bis own
sttistic pencil. Lily Higgin, under the
title of ''Romance of a Court," gives a most
interesting account of the late King Al
foato of Spain. F. 0. Valentine initiates
us Into the MvMeries of lbs "Indian Sign
L'rguage iu Central America. " Lawrence
Hutton revives recollections ot "Inlant
Phenomena." who have pleased with their
prrcioui talent our forefathers or ourselves,
from the days of young Betty, brilliant in
boyhood, and dull in maturity. Tbe story
ot tbe artist, Gustave Dore, is graphically
told by II. Tyrrell. "Meals and meal
time" it a subject certain to attract, while
"The Frenchwoman in the East" tells of
two recent French travelers of tbe fair aex.
A very curious article by a naturalist on
what are popnlarly called Inca's "Eyes
olvcs all tbe myatery about these curious
ol j;ct, concerning which so many abaard
stories have been running tbe round. Tbe
sioiies are all good. Bnidea the "Daugh
ters of Cain,'' by Etta W. Pierce, there are
abort atoriea by Walter Eigtr McCinn, C.
L. Hildretb, George Kirby, Elin ir Brooke,
and Clarence M. Boutelle.
"Dtwa fa Be JtaeaV
Mra. Judge Howard has received from
Phenix. a present to her hatband aad her
self, Irtm Mrs. C. L. Mother, nee Mist
llattie Lount, an elrgtnt painting in oil,
entitled 'Down to Bed Rock." The picture
ia from tbe pen ot the donor, who is yet
quite a young lady, and it certainly dis
plays tbe potseation of remarkably good
artittic talent and ta'te.
The canvaai it 80x36 inches in aize, aad
tbe picture it painted from life, tb subject
being a familiar personage on tbe frontier
a miner and prospector, who, baring exper
ienced tbe good aad ill fortunes character
istic ot the occupation is now dowa to a
"bed rock" condition financially.
Tbe weather beaten aides of his cabin
beg'n to show signs of dilapidation and
with a look of the direst despair be tits on
an unturned box before tbe window
looking out, while hit pipe lies uninntingly
before him . Hanging from the window
casing besides bim is hit Navsjo blanket,
while behind him is a tallow dip, burned
nearly out, end other rtic!es, an the floor,
a saw, plane and tx, tbe latter looking as
dilapidated in owner. Toe entire pic
ture shews an admirable conception of real
life, while the colors arc is barmoaioualy
blended, aa to give it a realistic effet. Tbe
picture is very highly prized by its recip
ients. Aa eaeaara Lie.
Willis P. Hayne, of the Southwestern
news bureau at Tooon. telegraphed to
General Crook for inlormation in regard to
tbe reported turrender of Geronin o, and
ander date of March 23d received tbe fol
In i ep! j to the telegram of this a. a.,
there isn't a word of truth in the reports in
tbe Associated press with reference to my
having an interview with the hostile, or
that the hostile had surrendered, or that
the hostile were in Lieut. Maua camp
a hen it was attacked by tbe Mexicans oa
the Jscos river, or in the many similar
reports which have teen ao persistently cir
Lieut. Mau, with his battalion of scouts,
ij in camp south of San Bernardino ranch,
and is in cotamnnicati jn with thejhostilea
wbo are alio in camp in his vicinity wait
ing for a conference with mi. I leave Fort
Bwie to morrow morning for this purpose
and until I have a talk with bostiles it is
mere iUbess to predict the result.
Brigadier Gen era!.
The Tip Top mine was sold to-day at
sherin sale to sausiy a judgment againa
tbe company in favor of ths California
Powder Company. The purchaser was B
J. Taussig, of St. LoaU.
tks ataeka. at la Battle aa
bt our sranis POET.
Gallants attend, and hear a fr end
Thrill forth haraaooious ditty;
Strange things Til tell, which Me bofel
Quite near oar mountain city.
'Twaa early -ar, tt poet's aay,
Just when tbe tun was riling,
Three wicked wags bid in the crga
And taw a thing surprising.
Much amated, tbey aat and gzed
Tbe truth can't be denied, Sin
lbey apied a brace of dark apace,
Float quiet on the tide, Sir?.
Tbe newt git 'round about tbe town.
"Tbe pond's alive with docks," Sirs
Tbe sportsmen run, with dog and gon,
Intent to try their luck, Sirs.
Bankers flew, Mectritiant too,
Some scared alaost to deatb, Sirs
Wore out their shoes to spread Ibe news,
Aad ran till oat of breath, Sirs.
Now up aad dowa, all over town,
Mot! frantic aeeaes were acted;
And some ran here; and others there
Like men almost distracted.
Games shut down, throughout the town,
"These duck must all be routed,
Or surely we despised shall be,
Oar marksmanship bs doubted."
A noble baud, all guna in band,
A separate route ercb came, Sirs,
And akalked around and picked
Resolved to bag tbe game, Sirs.
The shot guns raar. from ahore to shore,
The dogs are on tbe run,
Since sport began, I'm tare no man
E'er hoped tor so much fur.
Tin flih below, swam to and fro,
Attacked from every quarter
"Wuyaure," thought tbey, "ttadenls to
'Mongit folks shove tbe water."
The dack, 'tit said, thaugh strongly
Of pine, and hooped like hubs, 8irt,
Could not oppose their powerful foes,
The Prescott Sporting Cluli, Sirs, -
A hundred men, with each a pen,
Or more, upon my word. Sirs,
It i most trae, would be too lew
Their talor to record, Sirs.
Such teats did they perform that day,
Against tbore nest deooya, Sir.
That years to comr, each in hia borne,
Mill boast to hi girls and boys. Sirs.
Blasa'a tk. Warw."
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Butler e itertained
quite a number Of their Wect Prrtcott
friebdi last evening by a social party known
a "Mum sad Neighborhood party."
These parties are supposed to be composed
of tbe residents of tbe immediate neighbor
hood, at was tbe one laat eYeaing, and
vxtra dry Hum" ia served with the refresh
ments of the evening. The "extra dry,"
bowo7er, it not the sparkling variety of
beverage manufactured by the man nf that
name, bnt extreme ailence is imposed on
the company, wbile partaking of the re
freshments. The party violating theae con
ditions it assessed a small fine which it
applied to some charitable object. The
ridiculousness of the aituatioa of a party
of gentlemen and ladies vivacious and full
of fun attempting to eat in quaker meefttg
sileace is sufficient of itself to rreate merri
ment, and the fines collected were numer
ous. Dancinp, games and mustc were also
indulged in, and aa the gueats reluctantly
took their departure for home, many were
tbe expressions ot thanks to the bot aad
hostess, Mr. and Mrs, Butler for fie pleas
ure enjoyed during the evening.
Tke ererlaaa. Hsathly.
The April isaae of the Overland Monthly
will contain at least two contributions to
the Chinese Question, carefully written and
from new atand points. The Overland baa
already printed more than twenty-five pa
pers sad editorislt, bearing upon this im
portant discussion. It makes a point to gtv
a fair bearing to both sides.
The April Overland will contain two
California stories "Terecita," snd "A Wor
abipper of tbe Devil;" also tbe continua
tion of Miss Lake's strong seual, entitled,
In the line of oat door aketches, travel
and adventure, the most notable sketches m
the April Orerlsnd will be "On the Trail of
Oeronimo," "Leaves From a '49 Ledger,"
"Reminitceoee of Calaveras "
Tbe Oyeuland Monthly.
120 Sutter Street,
San Francisco, Csl.
Tkejr Blet Mj Ckaare.
A Mormon going southward ;
A Cbinsman going west
They stopped beneath s sign board
To sit them down to rest.
"Now, what a damned mesa country
This ill" tbe Mormon taid;
"A too mucbee must glo countleef
And Chwg Wong shook bit heal.
"Ob, whel you goin' Mo'monP
"Losk up and you will know."
Tbe Chinese climbed tbe sign board
And read "To Mexico."
"And where yon going, heathen I"
"Look upee," said (Jbing Wong;
Tbey read tbe other aign board.
"This rosd to resch Hong Kongjgp"
- .1J .VmU,. 4t-.J f.itw -.-.A.I
having had placed in his hands by an East
India missionary the formula of a simple veg.
euble remedy for the speedy and permanent
cure of Consiaption, Bronchitis, Catarrh,
Asthma and all throat and lung affections,
also a positive and radical enre for Kervoua
Debility and all Nervoua Complaiul, after
bavins tested ita wonderful curative powers
in thousands of cases, has fell It his duty to
maKe it known to nil sunerinc teuows. Ac
tuated by this motive and a desire to relieve
human suffering, I will send free of charge, to
all who oesire it, this reilpe, in uerman
French or English, with full directions for
vrenarlnr and using. Sent oy mail by addresa
ing with stamp, naming this paper, W. A.
NOTTS, 1B Power's Block. Rochester, New
York. Jiotjsj eow 17
Ia not Governor Zulick trying to rob
Marshal Meade of an opportunity of s little
glory, in hanging around to get possession
of tbe bostiles! This is clearly tbe Mar
shal's duty, but the JouKKAL-MntEBaod all
citixena of tbe territory will be satisfied if
they will only hang the reptiles and not
qaettioo at to who doss it.
TO . ABB) at.
The waj ia smooth before yon,
Your path it lined with fl .wtr;
A cloudless sky it o'er you,
And finely fly tbo tourc.
Erjoy in itt perfection
The r pture of to day ;
And in you young affection
Be happy wbile you runt;
But that your love may stengtben
And no renewing need
Then liletime shadows lengthen.
My frien Jly counsel heed.
D the maid you're taken
With all her feeling tru-,
And faith, as yet, unshaken,
Looks thoughtful up to you.
Yon are her heart's ideal,
Your merits, perfect aeeu:;
See that the Aid them ml,
Not merely love's young dream,
You've promised to delend her
Deserve aa well ber trust;
Bt something more than tender
Be loving, true and jnet.
And should yon faults discover,
In a manner o. in mind,
Be non; tbe less a 1ver,
Bat be a little blind.
Esteem her only human.
If you be truly wise;
No angel ahe but woman,
Aad there her glory lies I.
H , in whose eyes is beaming,
Tbe love that in you glows ,3
Whose dsylieht waking dreaming
Ia color'd by the rose.
When on your day ot bridal
Fresh from the holy tow,
You g)zs upon an idol,
And in its worship bow;
Tbst assy in time be shaken,
Bat still maintain your trust,
Even thould you awaken,
To Had your idol dutL ,-
Man'a virtue be must share it,
With manhood's frailty, too
A seraph spite your merit,
Were scarcely mate for you.
Errors, you csu't help seeing,
D not to closely scan;
A perfect human being,
A monster is, not man,
If you would discord tmither,
Let both be alow of speech ;
Bs patient with each otbei;
Each bear - he faults of each.
For charity with lover's
A wondrous workman do;
Not only sins it covers,
But it cnu alay them, toa.
Thus love shall gain completeness;
Thus rise no cause of strife;
Tbut be in all ita sweetness,
Ooo honeymoon through Iifel
A XjiWTei'B Prajrer.
A St. Paul clergy mu, wbo is not too
dign tied and straight laced to enjoy a good
story, relate- the following incident?' Some
time ego, as the story run9, W. Erwio,
tbe criminal lawyer, pressed for a little
change, dropped into the iffice of D. W.
Iogersoll and a-kel bim tor a loan of five
dollars. Mr. Ingertoil declined to make
the advance, but suggested that, instead if
Mr. Erwm wi uld go into tbe basement
with him, he would pray for bim. Mr.
Erwin consented, and the two went into tbe
depth, where, on his bended knees, Iner
soll prayed long and well for his brother
man. When he bad concluded Erwin said:
"Now I'll pray." "
Mr. Erwin's prayer was a peculiar one.
It was delivered at the top of bis voice,
snd it consisted of aa exhortation to the
Lord to direct Iogersoll how to dispose of
his vast wealth wisely. As he warmed up,
tbe pitch of bis voice raised materially snd
Mr. Iogersoll grow nervou, snd urgrd bim
not to pray to loud, st it would bring those
upstairs down. It was ot no avail. The
exhortations grew more fervent, and fiually
became howls. Then Ingcnoll, with a
despairing exclamation, sprang to his feet
and satd: "Stop praying, Erwin, beie's
your 1 5." Tbe devotions ended st once."
St. Paul Pioneer Press.
! Tt Taw BHae.
John W. Cover, superintendent for tbe
St. Louis-Yavapai mill and mining com-
pany at Tip Top, came in to-day. lie tells
tbe Gtzetteer that work of tearing dowa
tbe old Uillett mill preparatory to moving
the sine to the site ot the mine ia now n
progress and that in a few days a fcrce will
be put to work for the pnrpote ot repair-
ng the road, ao thst tbe machinery may be
transported over it. In sixty days it is ex
pected to have tbe mill up, when work of
reducn g the ore from the old dumps will
be inaugurated, and concentrators employ td
where tbe ores are refnetory. There can
scarcely be s doubt tbst this enterprise will
prove highly profitable. GtxMte.
The following is the Hat of letters
remsming a, the Post Office in Prescott,
Arizona, for the week ending March 25tb,
Allen, Mrs Kate
Bland, Miss F
Corpus, Mrs W
Hammond, A E
Hocrafer, W U
Holliday, E P 2
Kessey, Mrs J
Kilborn. W A
Mdntire, Geo A
McCann, Geo B
Moutgomery, C M
Rnssell, H J
Tobler, H G
Welch, Mrs Anne
Webb. J A
Call for advertised letters.
J H A Marev,
Will ke BarrcBslerl
A Fort Bowie telegram of the 23d io
slant says: General Crook left here to-day
with the inten'joa of going at once to San
Bernsrdiria to recurve tbe turrender of Ger
oniroo, wbo has signified his willingness to
give up unconditionally.
A tumor wis received here to day by a
meesengtr from the lower country tbst
Gerommo had been killed, but no credence
is placed ia his story.
aV Xebrtak i lepcrnd.
An Omaha telegram of the 23d instant
says: H. C Steadman, a prominent far
mer of Burt county and proprietor of the
two creameries near the village of Lysns,
yesteiday forenoon discharged Edwaid
Johnson, alias John Anderson, a young
man and a comparative stranger in the
vicinity, jonnson tnereupon picked a
quarrel with Steadman, and, without, a
word of warning, whipped out a revolver
and shot Steadman in the bowels, caus
ing death in a short time.
Amid the ensuing excitement Johnson
secured a Winchester rifle and a large
amount of ammunition, and mounting a
horse started off Constable Parker im
mediate! organized 9 small party with
revolvers, and mounting their horses
gave chase. They were joined from time
to time by others along the way.They
kept gaining on Johnson, and finally,
twelve miles south, near the farm of
Chas, P. Johnson, a regular battle ensu
ed. The murderer turned and fired sev
eral shots in rapid succession, shooting
Peter Johnson, a brother of Charles, in
the head, killing him instantly. He next
(hot Chas. P, Johnson faulty in the ab
domen. His next shot killed Constable
Parker's horse, and this was followed by
other shots, injuring some of the horses
and grazing some of the men. Meantime
the pursuers, whose numbers had largely
increased, kept firing their revolvers, but
the desperado was out of short range. It
was thought, however, that he was
wounded. The crowd began to close in
on him, when he finally jumped from his
horse and running into Chas. P. .John
son's barn he opened a lively fire through
the cracks and openings and held the
entire crowd, numbering fully one hun
dred, at bay.
r st Btoaaatstle Lite.
Richmond, March 24 -The sudden
death here to-day of Captain L. C Grf
ford terminates the caeer of one of the
oldest seamen in the country. For six
ty yean he has been a seafaring man.
In 1 84 1 he was first mate of the schoon
er Creole when one of the bloodiest
mutinies on record took place, in which
all officers and men were either killed or
wounded. The Creole left Richmond
with 135 slaves on board, bound for
New Orleans. That night, some dis
tance out, the negroes began an indis
criminate massacre of the officers of the
vessel. Giflbrd wa badly wounded by
a shot from a pistol in the hands of a
powerful negro, and was left on the
quarter-deck for dead. He soon recov
ered, and the negroes demanded that ho
should run the vessel to the island of
Abaco, where they had been informed
they would be freed. Instead of com
plying With the demand Giflbrd made
for Nassau. Admiral Cockburn, of the
British navy, whose fleet was at that por
at that time, against the protest of the
chief officer of the Creole, liberated all
the slaves. The result was that after a
delay of fourteen years and frequent
negotiations, tbe British government,
upon the demand of President Madison,
paid for all the slaves freed. Daniel
Webster managed the case for this gov-
ernmenL For the past twenty years
Captain Giflbrd was chief officer of a
boat plying between here and Norfolk,
BUa Caetl Tkeaa Forty Tears.
R. S. Day, of Watsooville, Santa Crux
Co California, writes February 3J, 1885:
"When my wife was seventy three years
old she was troubled with a very bid cough
and it looked as if she would die with con
sumption. She would not call a doctor,
but commenced taking Braadretb's Pills,
two snd three every night. In three weeks
she was completely cured, snd her health
ta now very good, and I am sure the Pills
bsve prolonged ber life ss well as my own.
for I bsve used them forty years, and am
now eighty-four years old. They have baen
ray only medicine. tf
John Driscoll, the pugilist who was
once on the Lincoln, Neb., police force
for a time, is having a hard time of it
A short time before he left Lincoln he
hit a man down by the depot and in
doing so lacerated his hand considerably.
The hurt did not heal up as it should,
blood poisoning set in and it was found
necessary to amputate, the hand at the
wrist Mortification has not yet been
stopped and it is now thought that
will be necessary to amputate the arm
above the elbow.
Five carloads of apples and three car
loads of onions and potatoes have been
shipped from Chicago to San Francisco.
This powder never varlea, A marvel of
parity, strength aad wholcsomeness. Von
economical thn the ordlnarj kinds aad can
not be sold in competition with the multitude
oflow.teat short eight, alnm or phosphate
powders. Bold only in cans. Royal Baking
rowaar uo, iw wau street, saw xora.
GOLDEN RULE STORE,
U Um lrttatkndafct CaiafaQ a adateck
Of General Merchandise!
AIu 1 CMfrtti stick if tbe Famous Oregon Cassiitfi Clitfciftg. .Ill
LiiM1 6miIs, Pacific Coast Flanm! Uidirwiar,
ND AN ENDLESS VAttlBTi: OF
Buckingham Hecht's Unrivalled Manufact
Boots: and Shoes.
Magnificent Selection of Ladies' and Children'- Shoes, just kfriT
- T. Q STEPHENS,
Successor to Doaglass & Stephana,
PROPRIETOR OF THE
The Tragic Meat Market.
Carley StreetBetween Montezuma and Granite Sta,
ALL KINDS OF
Fresh and Salt Meats
SAUSAGES OF ALL KIND
Choice Corned Beef and Fork a Specialty
f.Cash Paid for at Cattle and Sheep.
pelts, etc, bought for cash. Meats delivered to all parts of the city an
kippiefree of charge. J. Q. STEPHENS.
HEISLBR & POE,
In order to better accommodate
. . S !
r.AI IFI1H N l AawBBBBfHBsr MARKET
in connection witn onr oainonua marKut, pit oouth Monte
zuma street,) the Bull's Head market, North Monte
zunia street, next to the P. & O. Restaurant, near
the corner of Gurley Street, where we will
keep always on hand the best assortment and quality of meats, which we will sell at
the following reduced prices for cash, to which the attention of the public
Beef by side
Beef by lilndquaner
jieaf by forea.uart.sr
li.cf rump and round.
steer no roast-
Hear plate bolllns-..
Best sirloin and o'terhous ale. it
Beef prima tenderloin and porter
house steaks r)
Beef lound and chuck s:e k 8 to 19
atatt oa kv carcass or slde?
Meats Oiiivifi. to all pans of
Mutual Reserve Fund Life Association
Total Number of Policies Issued,
Total Amount of Insurance Written, - - -Assets,
Aeserve Fund, - - - -
Average Daily New Business, -
Losses Paid, - -
One Mortuoary Assessment Produces.
Aeu t iaTestetl ia U. S. Registered
A ismat topMitetl with I-sontBce Department, Xsw Tark,
We ara wrltiec a Isrsrc
amoant of Ufa ieaur
ance lata aay olber
company or association
ia tat United lutss.
Oar chat get for er
rvinr risks ara low aad
equuaoie, at least sne-
aau cas a per waws ia
ratea at th aid level
We aeve GR'.DED
TTJNDTls MET EAK!t.
LVa. af the Assoc -
aaTssaaTssssssr 1 Saa
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BBYANT BUILDING, 55 LIBERTY ST.,
St that's right! Now! And one dozen of these lovely
little photos are bargained for at $2,50 per dozen,
Hard Times You Know!
MiM C. JoLnStori, Proprietress,
Only hoUl in Prescott where
Ill THE DELICACIES
t ast . sa4 afesartl. fj Ft Waak.
our customers, we hawe opened
a . ta a .
Mutton shoulder and ebaekehop-i.
jiu.ioa prima caope..
Lamb rlba aim loin
rwi. oy aiaior quarter.
lorK sausasii ,
.17 to a
the City aid Fort Whittle Em ti
i,af 5,000. 00
- - -
- - " -
isa ara rssaraed a it
Able and ratpesslsle
aa ca wectad aa ax sat la
Xtw stixlea, Arizosa
and Scatters CaUforals
Bead ror ratea aad
W. ueral Acaws.
NUT YOIX CITT.
patrons can obtain meals without
OF THE SEilSOX SERVED.
Paid to Famitte
Finest Rooms in Prase tt
(TU r-I.1T-fU HSCMSU
Tai Amto5 Jora-TAi.iia la mb
i.u.a evry illn th ceet eiea. tuadar
'a Aauoj-A. watrj.T fouasAL-M era la
j l l-i ever) Whines Jay at ireait. te
U pltal a 1'rr.tcr.
THK AltlZO.W 1'1'slt.I-falIBw C9
Oevotott t :fa commercial and b atlases ss-.
.rbita of tin Territory.
DAILY reryear - stESS
WsatM onsjesr, 4 ua)
' six Qoatha. a M
Vfoner SiV ba TTntlT1 I. -.tt
BostolCze order or draft.
-- - . . - . . .
iae j- j Jiuiitviii ss a.uveraat tj
arrlort. .utsoribsrs In tbe tilj forsieaats
Lncat notices will be Inserted at Iftaea
cants a Ha. for the first lnsertloa aad taa
entiperliaa for etch sab-equeat tssertloa.
Ccrrespocdeace on all subjects or rasaral
a'ereit-wlll b. accejtei. anunews froaa aav
.Ofallty Is solicited, espeetallj troaj the mlatsa
t mpa and atric.l'.ral dlstrleta.
All commnnlcauons shodd h - - t
1 aa J ocsxaL-afiaaa. PrsscotL Arlxoca.
ana. San Franalae. u aol. art nt for ttaa
tzoxA Jou-ufAL-Muiaa In taat city. Ha
tinrlr.'t to collact mnna Anm thl
lU !h ii. ll, !. orUera ror adT.rtlslBK.
-d tend to any otlier busiest,. dSTolTln.
pon 1.- !ii rr?-.. st atlrr .rthapab-B.-r.
Tub Da t Jf UHHAi-Miaaa aad
.V c-cLt .ooa.:ii-Ui7iar will b. fosad aav
9! at hl .'t-,e.
Sale, ar lral Adrertlalaa.
inmrm. District Court
timmus Jusilca Court .
t jrra't ir otie
Ltndcfflee (Xottee for PabIlaaUoa) Saa
.f-pii. uoo tor ' 1 1, . p-f
tnairuMifainrt Kntim Saa
f HIS PAPER
SCAT a 70797B Oat
FILE at awm. B.
--11 Ikaata Tlaaa Tskla SB) sa faBB
Mai' tor 2outliru porlioa of tks Ttriitary
ad Paciic Coast leaves daily at 1 :3 a-aa.
na Ili.nix aad Miricopa. Ajcives at fiat
Us-J fi the Xastara State via A. eh P.
..R. '.c ret daily at 6-00 p is. Arrives
t73U .m. daily,
Mail for Bradthaw, via QaxsayassBa,
losar MsesTille and Alexandria, Iaavas
Itoa ys and Fridays at 7 a. at. irrivas
rtas-ajs sad Saturdays at 0 p. at.
Mail for Phenix, via Anulope t allay,
itatata, Wickeaburgh and Vulture, tsavas
'loadaji. Wednesdays aad yridays at I a.
a. Arrives Tuesdays. Thursdsys aad 8at
dsysat6 a. id.
Brail for Juniper, via Siraatoca leaves
? s urdays and Tuesdays at 7 a. an.; arrives
t idays and Fridays at 8 p. m.
J. I.A. Marsh, foattaaster.
Atlantic & Pacific Railroad
Lt Albrquerque Aj
,, I n rate
Oal I p . ,
Navajo Sprtcru , , , ,
Win alow .
, Canon Dtablc
to SOB I
BaeEberry. ,,. ,
..an Dlsro. ,
eS p m
fhroath tickets to ell Important eltlaa
aad wail on at!, alt b. principal slstleas
TiaLaiunato tbe Indian vltlageafi
s'VU Wlnsat. to Fort Wlagata. t.i
Via MannlIto to Fort Detaaoa (Waiajs
a-tjr T7) 26 utile-; Canon d Caatle,SaiHas;
Kaa aa C noD.somUea.
,'lallolnrook.trt-weekly ttajrea, ta PetS
A acbe, to miles: Sprtncei-vtfle SS asllaac
aow Low. 60 mills; Tajlorrlll. SSaalles;
-oqut Indian VII. ase (ao rajular slssas) Ba
Via Navajo, dally atacrsto St. Jokaa. M
mllea: Bprlnrtervllle S3 mlle.
Via Wlntlow to Bria-hast C!tT aad Bcaiet
via Aaa rota, aaiiy aiacea a rr
and W-tBPta Barracks. M -alleai dallv 1
frara Frnaeott to Pnsnlr aad trt-wsekly 1
to ran vera.
Via P.acb Kprlnts to tbs Oread Ca
taa uo'oraao. u aiiea.
VlaKInsTmaa. dally ataaea to Blaekteta
Hill, lo miles; Mineral Park. Udles;&raM
Via Taecato HInaI,so mllea.
Via TL. Keadles. i-nairo Tana, fCal
orado rrvar aceney.Fort M lare Jsfcjava City
HardyYiilt, Ariaoaa, aai Jtl Drsde Car qa.
W. A. BISSELL.
Otneral Faaaanssr Axaat.
D. B. ROBtKUN,
0saersl SIaoa-;er, Albaquerque,. Jf.
The a aders castl FTepfaUira of Me
GREY EAGLE STUBLtS.
Gt-tuie Succt, Prstscat
Bun stsfes from Pratcatt ta flTi nsitil
and return, smce a week, carryia ;
pacseBxers and freht.
Will Leare PxMott
Every Mondaj Morning
at 7 o'clock, returning atvwy
Liij, U d -ii Ma
diy SHULL ft AUSTIN.
KANSAS CITY, MO.
Does a Geseial Bank ag Basinets.
Jas. T. Thorn-tow
iL W. St. Claie
W. R. TaaE.vTaw
- Prcsidea t
Mii RilBlt, Proprietor.
11 1 ft a
By ihe hogshead, barrel, kaj
cask or bottle.
At the old stand on Montezuma
T " '" '
CALL AND SEE ME.
I JOHN RAIBLE.