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PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1886.
PRICE TEN CENTS
ATrooim act nrirxat.
w aun Lmiut cmtajt. uinan a a.
(erst. iKr rrvTi.
VHUI H Lml
whew applied iota the
poem's, win S D
cleansles; the bead
ciuntilTlmi, c ut
loe healtay secre
llo. It allaye So
lbs mcfnbr.ne of th
(ill n. stares from
add! Ion ! col'a,eom-
ple:ely aeal sores
icsiorc be eem-a o!
of tastr and f aiMI.
A ilk BtCllT. A ramltlve Care.
AuM 'll 1 mantled loin eae noiinl And It
leeab tu ne, Price So crnu, by malt or
m nmiBu Bnaigrcirca r.
State ret ret. Drnrrt.f. Owern. .T
YEARS IN USE.
t MaHml Tria-aaa of the Ate!
SYMPTOMS OF A
aveeee resMitee, Uewela cmiItf, rain la
skat int. with m. dall aaaaaxlaa la tfea
art. rasa uur mo efeeeleev
isaeaa mm aanac. wut a iie
in ex.m r fcedr tr ettad.
vCl .r. Lewaelrita. wlik
a feellea at haTtac aesleeted aaan detr.
TTaarlaaaa Itlnlaiaa nunilmiiti
i Data befure ste eree. lleedtuhe
' ta ticks era Jteatleaaacaa, wrtth
wwaara, Iiueir caiarM unad im
T" riIXt are especially aflatfe"
Ik eases, ooa doae effects aueb a
s eCfeettnraa toast on lti Uie tufftrer.
Tatrlai laaai tipaillli,iii 1 cantata
oar to Tmae "lala.uiQ tae rna la
s.sm crutirTMie aeumi on
TITTS EITUfiT UtSllJrHl
Bauunassa tae body, make heaJtay Seaa.
atraoxtbeas tba weak, repairs tba wastes oC
t!- system with pora blaod aad bard muscle;
a the atnoua trtUtn, tarlnrasaa Oa
rata, and iaaarti Sta Tlmr aCsaabcvd.
lumr SC Haw Tark.
J A. Sub. X. V. Walli, Eomnar Uowtrf
BUSH, WELLS 4 EOWARD.
Attonieyi acd Joantellor at Law
Treaett. Tavapal Conot j, ArUosa. WIU at.
tend promp.Ij to all butloea eotrntted to
tktm ia the coaru ol record la the territory.
E. M. SANFORD.
OSea oa Cortex Street, a faw don so rib
Tu X JeoMAi. office.
DR. f. K. AINSWORTH,
Fbtbxoiax us Uuiaioi.
Office Oetaconal Ball diet, Onrlryatraet.
E. K. &OBIKSOX,
Fstsiciam amp Surgeon,
Ofiioa oa Montezuma street,
Ont door North of Kcese & Co't Drocttorr
Attorney General or Arizona.
Anoxurr axo Coo-sklor at Law
Omcs Over tbe Bank of Artsoaa,
ATT RNrr-AT.LAW C. 8. COMltI
BIONER ana for Tatrd Diatrlet Coort,
Tavapal eoaaty. OtBoe cast door to Bnib
a Walla. Prcaeoit. A. T.
J C HtRNDOK. J J. HAWKINS
HERNDON A HAWKINS,
ATTOkOKYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW
Special attention to conveyancing And
office work of all kinds.
HENRY CLAY BURKE.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELCR-AT-IAW.
kTWlIl practice In all the ro-rU of arlaona.
aa( irnre toe vmA ui 1) paitmeou lu Wt-b-IKCtoo.D
OK. -Roam No. X, orcr B nk of A.-:aaaa,
Preccott, A. T.
L. F. EGGERS.
DISTRICT ATTORNEY OF YAVAPAI COUNTY,
Office in Court House Prescott.
Centrally located on Montezuma
A few door eon!: of the Plm.
First-class rooms good, clean bed
and best of accommodations
for the traveling public.
Rooms by Day, Week or Month
KANSAS CITY, 310.
Dots i Geneal Bank ng Business.
Jas. T. Thornton
M. W.St. Clair
W. R. TRjrroN -
res KcaKtln, Seerete
SaJnt i. hMteA Tllltnll.
a KtOrtY t'taK.
The Olrbrated Jaekeat Batata BeiaaT
tJawoud. la tte Attatrlet Camrt.
Prncott has a cue, wh ej, in it various
explication. U a fair riral oi tbe c.-lt
brated Ticbborne cue of Eag'.itb rrcowo,
Tbe asoaat ioTolTed, wbile not ai great a
that of tbe Tcbboroe estate, rearbri tbe
toue little sum ol 1 10,000 or $12,000. To
old reaiJ'nt ol tbe place man j fc&turts cf
lie cue arc familiar, wbilo cew ilivop
mcnU tsre bten Bade from time Su tiu.e,
with which tber are not tcqnainted. Tbe
origiaal owner of tbe estate wai J Jin
AS ECCEVTilC ESOLlSHMiN,
Who kept a sort of juolc Hor ou Mante-
zami street, la bis baaicets rrlaliont
Jacksno was exceedingly close, but st times
would go oa sprte, during licii j would
spend money lreely. At tbese timi-s be
would lake a tin sword, wbicb be possessed
and would organize a bar brigade, march
ing from one saloon to another, drawimr-bia
r .mpanj up 1'tit Wtl-t. mf uar ai eica
aad with all tbe formthties of a battle line,
compel tbem to "load1 their glasses and
then 'Art" tbe ccntentsintotbeirstomschs.
Jsckson died lu Septcmler 1S76, and J.N.
Kodenbarg was appointed pica! add inis-
trator, tn look after the est.ie. A scaich of
tbe premises rt Tested rslusble sin etery
cor.c.'iTsl If Jportioa cf tbe bnilding.
COBS YD FOOD HIBDEJI ATT AT
Among t lie rafters and in tbe cellar, while
holes bad been bared in tbe walls, filled
with gold dust and coin, and plugged up
again. Gold dust, gold and silver coin and
o her valuables were fnunt, amounting to
some $9,000 or 910,000, wbile the debased
owned real ettatf Talced at from $2,000 tu
$3,000. Dr. Geo. D Kendall wss sppjioted
administrator of the estate and took poss
ession of tbe property and has sii ci retained
control ot it. No beirs appearing, and it
appearirg that there iters oud, tbe diairx
atioriiey cmmncn proceeoicys to iiavc
tbe t-atate ercbeat to the terrnoiy acd 1"
1878 4 decree lo list tS c wasordirtd. Id
tbe tntiDtime, a foenJ ol J c;s.n, named
Lie f, caused nui c !'. be icti ried in tbe
tiodon Times and New Yk HeraH, set-
ring t.utli the death nf IckfoD and c.liinj:
f.ir bis beirs, if any there were, ' o put in
tbeir appearance an j present their cUimS
for tbe estate This bad tbe'tlT.-ct of pro
CJBBE-PODSSCE FBOX 5TJ1IER- CS HELA
Of nnmerout Jacksons. A Lnndone r,namt d
John E. Hilef, employed the well known
law Scm of Ruth & Well to presi c 1'e hi
claims, which arc cbstantially es followr:
Tbat tbe only livirg relative of Jubn Jack
son at tbe tlm? f hi death was Sally
PioIr, a csutin, who died in an Almshouse
in London in 1SS0. Just prior to ber dta'ii
be c'aims tbat sbe made over to bim a deed
of all ber property, ne eding tue estate of
JackkOli. Tiie caae Las been id Couct eve
site?, acd on Thursday came before Jcdgn
Shields, in Chamber, for bearing and argu
ment. Numetous drposittocs were read in
support of tbe claims of Hiles, wbile tra
timony was also taken lrora acqoto
tacces of tbe dt cased living here.
The former aet forth ttat
Sll j Poole was the only relative livicg at
the time of bis d;atb, while one witness
testified tbat Jtckson bad tcld him tbat be
A BRCTKK1 LIYI0 IX DETROIT
And a picture of a fat, well fed, jolly, En
glish lockioi man was presented rs being a
fsc simile of ibis alleged brother, wbile
others n c gctzed it as the p'cure of an
English cxk, bo lormerly lied in Pres
cott, and who was an intimate friend of
JicVsod, acd who died in Ssn Fratcuo.
Amonp other eviderc:, introdcc:d by the
c aimant, was a history of Jackson a life
aad travels, they claiming that he wa born
in 1809, and that an early age be enlisted
in tbe B iiiili navy, went to Australit,
thence to Weit Indies tn Auti'n, ULins,
nil fi tally landed in the United States in
1SGG in South Carolina, ti.tr ce went to
UlilorniK, from bere be came to Prcscot.
Tins story cf his travels was a!o partially
cor oborated by acqumtacce towoom bt.
bad told it. Amocg other things which
were introdec.-d as evidetc, and for exam
A TBEatUBB CHEST,
Wbicb bts been in t0!ses-ioc of tbe admin
istrator, Dr. Kendall, all these yesrr, and
who is awaiting a jalicial diciion as to
tbe proper owners to turn it over to. It
c ntainrd all Kmus oi c tn, coia ana tiver
ancient acd modern, Amei:cn. Much,
Ea epetn sod Asiai.c, god auf, jeelry
and trickels valuable abd oi no value. Tbe
c'aimact is ably repre-ented by Ruth A
Well, wbile the 'erritori ictrrots are
represented by Attorney General Cbu'cbill.
After hearlcg all the oral tettimcny, acd
pending tb despositiont and Ihtentag to
the exbsurtive sod clrrjvnt argument of
C'lur.sel on boih s:des. Judge Shields has
taken tbe case under advittinent, and will,
no donhr, scccd in tuccesslully unravel
ing Its mystetiea and apparent disciepancu a
and contradictions, nd arrive at a jest and
imasrtial dccisicc, awatdirg tba piopeny
to its rightful acd leitl owners.
Territorial Treasurer T. J. Butler bsa
received reports from the d.ff rent county
treasurers of tbe territory for tbe first quar
ter of 18S6, accompanied by cub, as fol
lows: Cccbise $ 3.0S7 37
Yuma S7 01
Maricopa 2,377 CI
Graham 935 59
PintI 1,052 74
Yavapai .' 11,234 63
Gila 2,049 00
Me-irt. Gray & Fink wi'l start tbe iztltn
Biill on Mtntty on King Kelly ore. Tbcy
are owners cf a portion of tbe mseatnery
of be mill, and bare a thirty days lesse on
the buildicg acd other portions of tbt out-
PlUUIIX IS WtMim.
Jk Bit aatraaw fire Ysatta tka atM
til 7 csaasaw Mm T
Special to the Jocbial Mutxa:
Pxsxrx, April S3.
A dissstrrM Ore broka out here at UJ0
o'clock last aisbt ia Ike bailding kaowa at
ThalieitBrr's corasr. Tbe f re orif iaated ia
the bick ptrt of a Cfaiaeae reauvaat, aad
burned the entire b-cek to tfca brick it
will whic'a birred its farther progress, aad
saTed tbe rest ot tbe block. Tbe loaa i
eatiaated at $15,000. Iasararcs $5,080. J.
M. Cotton' building ia a total loss, S5.000,
no insararct; Abe Kiewe'a cigar store, Bar
tial loss, $1,500, insured for $$,000; Mr.
Poihenu. building loaf, $3,000. fallr cov
ered by insnraro; Rerd A Con aaeat aw
kct, $30A loss, ao iBtaraxc;; Jos. Tba!
heicer, sslooo, $10t, ao Insurance; Del
monico restaurant, . B. Raaudell, $900,
noicsurarci. It ia sot kaowa bow tbe Ira
origitated, but it is supposed to bara been
from a stove of tbe Ca'ifotaia restaurant
kitchen. Had Pbenia water works or Br
cimptnT tL:i. ciuld have beeo -eeeily
avoided, as it bad gaused ao headway waea
The burnt dietr'c, we are fold, ia tbe
asms tbat waa burned oat about oae year
ago, exc:pt tbat not as many buildings
were burned. Tbe brick fire wall Bea
Moned ia tbe abova telegrsa. was built by
Mayor Ganz, wbo was buraed out at tbe
last fire since tbat occurred Ed. JouaHAX-
il IS KB.
Bear at KAkeauleax.
Tbe territorial board of educatioa beld a
meeting yesterday afteraoon; all tbe aaea
Territorial Treasurer reported all funds
distributed. Nothing oa band. Appor
tionment of school funds made by treasurer
Tbe following preamble and resolution,
presented by Superintendent Long, were
Whereas, Tbe requirements for iwasrcj
of tbe territorial diplomas bsTe bf en aaater
ially changed, aad
Whereas, It is repreaeated tbat, under
former laws, mny diplomas were issued lo
prr.ont without tbe aicessary qaaliflCAtiooa
orexpenerci to bold toe same; ana
Where., Il is desirable ia tbe interest of
pib :c instruction and tbe welfare of pub-
In reboots tbat only able and cmpeteni
teacbera boold bold territorial diplonas;
toeief; re be it
Resolved, Tbat tbe territorial superin
tendent of t-iiblic instroctioa be and is
hereby oinced, bfre tie trstdayol
July, proximo, to cae a re exaasiaatioa
1 1 ba made of all peraoos lo'dirg territorial
diploma, issued prior to the first day of
May, A. D. 1885. ia order tbat tbeir
ctpacity and qual fi-Atioos to bold 'Ai same
may be lully eataolijbed or tbeir ucfl'ora?
demonstrated; tbat due BOtice ahall be iven
to all tucb persons, aad tbat if any re f oae
to submit to tbe aaid re-examlnatioa. or to
meet tbe requirements ia scbolsrsbip estab
lished, then tbeir diploatu aball aad the
asme will be revoked upon report of tbe
ajperintecdent of public iaitructioa.
The superintendent of pabl'c iastractioo
reported tbat, ia m ski eg tbe apportion
ment for (i rah am county, 407 children, at
74 cents, $301.18, were omitted.
A resolution was adopted authorixiag tbe
territorial superintendeat to certify tbe
aboTe amount due to Graham county, aad
tbat tbe Auditor draw bis warrant therefor
as soon as tbe moaey is ia the treasury to
pay tbe same.
The questioa of change ef text book waa
taken tip, discussed, aad actio deferred lor
fruk aalle'a Peaw'ar Mewtkly Fer
"Src'alisttc Movemeots ia England aad
the United States," wbicb opens tbe May
number of Frsck Leslie's Popular Moatbly,
is a most timely sad well written article.
It rtTiewj all tbe ideal aehemea pat forward
to bring about a state where all shall bare
equal ecjijment with tbe least possible
labor, where tbere shall be ao wealth, ao
crime, ine art ce oa -roenc uirc ng,"
dif courses of its ballet and its eyal founder
King Louis XIV. William Xlliot Grflot
takes a stroll through old Yeddo, and in
terests us in old Jspaoese life. "Tbe Fruit
Ships at New York," will surprise many
'wbo bare little 'dea of tbe enormous value
and variety of foreign fruits tbat are brought
to tbis pert, which ia tbla respect baa ao
rival on earth. "Tbe American Goldsmith,
by Elgar Walter Vc'Jana btirgt tbe reader
to know uid appreciate oae of tbe most
en 3 u nng of American poem, "The Old
0ken Bucket," "We'rrar-oB-tbe-Ilm,"
tells very entertaining o' tbe c'ty associated
with Goetbe, S.-hiler, Hrder, Wietsad and
Lint. Mr. Holder treata uf tbe Ucn
cians of tbe ea," the various kinds of lib
to wbicb nature hu given eUciicity as a
defense and a power. "The Ctna of the
Antilles' dcnbea our nearest volcsan, as
stontbecge and tbe Druid." recalls tbe
lo eg past. The stones by Floret c i Marryaf,
Cbas L. Hildreib, W. H. Wain, . Brooke
and otbeir, are tcipitalaai mtaorar tides
full cf interest.
A Ckreaue Ykief.
Jobi McGlnais. aa inmate of the county
jail, waa rardosed a week ago by tho gov
ernor. On his release he waa given $3 by
Sheriff ilul Tenon, and be immediately com'
meneed to cslebrate ihe occaaioa by getting
glotiouily drunk, Having exhausted bia
funds, but atill being possessed of a large
stock of at c'ability, ha wanted to open tbe
traditional '-keg ef Bails" fer his friends,
but not having any conveniently at head,
be thought bone aboea would aaswer the
purpose, and appropriated a keg of tbe
latter from D. Ltvy A Co. Being under bo
special obltgationa to John, tbe latter firm
had him arrested, aad be was taken before
Justice Pannenburg, tried, convicted and
tbis morning aentecc id to six months ia
tbe county jail. Yoa should never rtake
tbe horse abee from tba door, Jobs Mo-
Csptf in J. P. Weatoe, Chief Commissary
peoed bids at Whipple to-day at 13 ocl. c
iW fresb beef aad auitoa aad beat cattle
J H Sallb, beef oa blcck. per cwt, 4 15;
J Q Stepbeaa, A88; J Q Adi maoo, ft 93.
v BT BOWIE.
Loait Prue, 7.95; Tbomaa Steele, 8 24.
IP i FOBT TBOMA." v. aVS
Otto Davi,? 59; J Olds, 7.75,' J
FOBT ATACBB. (bBBBwI
Geo D Merritt, beef ctttle, 695; W G
Oliver, beef cattle, $47, beef, 7.8S. muttoa
7. W ; J Olds, beef cattle, 75, beef, 8.25 ;
9 Protaero, beef cattle, tf9. beer, 7.99; U
Z Cartie. beef ci'tle, 30, beef, 8 4, mut
toa, 950; David Horst, beef cittle, 820;
beef aad muttoa. 7 20; AO Biruard, beef
ctttle, 9 JO, beef, 950; F J Mayor, beef
cittle, $.10. beef aad muttoa, 7 JO; Isaic
B Marsh, beef cattle. 5 JO, beef, SAO, mat-
too, 6JJO; V Btrsas, aeei cuue, i.w,
J W Calkia. 7.10; J Roberts, 7.50; M
Ooldbaam, 8; A Y Noyce, beef, 9.00,
muttoa, 14 cents.
Otto Dtvis, 6.94; J. E. Olds, TM;T. J.
Mayor, 7.25; muttoa, 764.
Louis Prue, Baaita Ruck, 9Jf cats,
Eamett Crswford, 10 cents; C M Straaf,
all camp, 10; M Goldbaaas, weeeal
Serine. SI0W: Mowrv mine. 11W; R C
Valeicia, McDowell, berf lltf, muttoa, II
cts, Thomas Steele, Lang's Ranch, 9
oaata. D. W. Tbcrae, Camp Terse 7
1145c; muttoa same price.
The races, yesterday, aa anticipated,
proved to be tbe sporting event of tbe aea
ana. That it proveo ao may ne crwn
largely to tbe eaterpnriagapirit manifested
bv Daa Seaman, of the Palace Balooa. Ue
engaged tbe track, made up tbe purses aad
bad general supervision over tbe entire
af tir, and tbe perlect success achieved waa
certainly a gratifying event for bias. Tbe
attendance wse variously eetimated at from
600 to 1,000, tne admiskioa being free, tbvte
waa bo way oi ascertUnieg tbe exact aam
Tbe fi-st raw waa 1C0 yards betwrea
Walter Hal'igaa, of Prtfcott, aad Sarfreaat
Ui'permao. of Whipple, for a purse of flOO
aod waa won by Balligaa ia 10 stcocds.
Coaaiderable money chaaged oa this aa
Uppermaa was b . k d not only by Whip
pie. but a few Pretcottitee as well. For tbe
free fur al', 100 yards, Here weie tour
entries. W. J. Curry, Dick Brown, Jeua
Melendrea acd Robert Brow, and waa woa
by Carry ia about tbe aame time aa tbe
first race. Wbile tbe contest was quite
exeiticg, the beat of feeling prevailed, and
tbe event was, ao doabt, the cause of allay
ing to a certain iS'eat the feeling existing
betweea the tivtl hose comptntes. While
at aa organixttion aenrer cmpanj
figured in tbe race, tbe winners, Halligan
and Curry, are both members of the Dude
trail, but were backed by Dudes, Tougha
aad Hook A Ladder il.ke.
anteel reoale WssM ke Bter.
If home troubles were Btver told to a
If expenses were porportioa to rrc:ipls
If they tried to be aa agreeable aa ia
If each would try aad be a support aad
comfort to tbe other,
If each remembered tbe other was a hu
man being, not an angel.
If each were as kind to the other as when
tbey were lovers.
If food and provisions were laid ia dur
ing the high tide of summer work.
If both parties remembered tbat they
married for wotse as well aa for better.
If men were aa thoughtful for their wivea
as tbey wen far tbeir sweethearts.
If there were fewer ailk aad velvet street
ostumea and more plain, tidy bouse
If tbere were fewer "please darlings" in
public aa i more common manners in pri
It mafcal ne bills for Havenaee aad fem
inine ditto for rate bci were turned into
tbe general fund until each times as tbey
could be iicirred without risk. Ex.
Iras C'Cek "Maes.
Dr. Tarnhtm, wbo is la town from Lyax
creek, reports active miatng operations eut
there. He started up hu steam arastra,
two ia aamber oa Thursday, April lStb,
and hu been grinding two toes of ore a
day ever aince. He baa sot yet made a
cleaa up, aad consequently cannot tell with
a certainty tbe resulta. Everything is ia
good working order and tbe ore assays
ell. He has built aa addinoa to the mill
23x80 feet and bis arastraa are 8 feet in
diameter with eettlrrs, amalgamators sad
coB-entrators combined aad a 24 fejt
roaster attached to them.
Tbe machinery is all run by steam power.
The doctor also reports thst placer miners
tbere have abundance of water yet, and are
washing out large quantities cf gold. He
aaya tbat times ate better on tba creek and
mora work is oeiag doae thaa for years
An old phvlcian. retire! from practice,
having had Disc d ia bis hinds by an East
India mUslonart the formula of a slapls vex
e'sMs rsattdy for tbe spredy and permanent
cure ot Coneintptlon, Broaebltls, Catanb,
Asthma and all throat aad lung affections,
alsj a positive and radical care for Xerroue
Deblll'y and all Nervous omplalot, after
heTiur tetrd lie wonderful curative tow-rs
la thou'sadt ot rases, baa fall It tx's duty to
make It known to his sufferlnc fellows, Ac
tasted by tbla motive and a desire to relieve
bumen suBVlog, I will send free ot charge, to
all who desire it. this rs ipe. In German
trench or Xagllsh, with fa directions for
era pei Ing aac using. Sent oy mall by address,
fag with 'tamp., naming this psper, W. A.
NOTE, let Tower's Block. Rochester. New
Tbe Honorary Bjsrd of Directors ef tbe
losses Asylum, beld a short session to-day,
hat adjourned without transacting say bus
iness of importance, until to-morrow at 10
o'clock. Tbe Board is composed of tbe
governor, secretary, chie. jas rice, nperia-
teadeat of public intti actios and county
physician of Maricopa. Tbey exercise a sort
of supervision over tbe board of directors cf
directors, sad rccsive a salary ot $50 per
year for tbe r aervicsa. Tbe members of tbe
board of directors bat beea stutmaaed to
appear before taea.
The aagel of tbe fiawere oae day
Seacatb a rose bath sleeping lay
That spirit to whote charge is gives
To bathe young buds in dew from (lea
Awaking frcm bis slight repose.
Tbe aagel whit per ed to tbe roe--,
"Oh fondest objtct of my cirtl .
Bull fairest found where all ia fair.
For tbe sweet abade thoa hsst given me,
Ask what thou wilt M granted thee."
"Then," aaid tbe rote with deepeaed
-Oa me another grace bestow."
Tbe angel paused in silent thought
What grace was tbere the & wera had
Twaa but a moment o'or the rue
A veil ot moat tbe angel throw,
Aad, robed in nature' simplest wrap
Cradled in, warm summer's lap
The moss rose grew, rnd from tbat day
Was queen of all tbe flowers of May.
Tka SHemaek aa Siaaoaatf er.
In tbe dyspeptic atomic1! impure g
are generated, after meals, tbat diatead aad
distress it. as well as tbe bowels. The beat
ctrmiaative for cramps, colicky psiaaaad
heartburn or bilicus ercctatioe. is Hoetet1
ter'a Stomach Bitters. Car beasts of soda
aad effervescing aperienta are far inferior
to it in efikicy, and as physicians bow un
derstand, impair tbe tone of tbe atomtch.
Copious libations of any sort are Injurious
to tbe stomach, and to dilute i's ju:c?s is
certaiuly no I the way to iccreaae their di
gestive aaefalaeaa. Aided by the Bitters,
tbe digestive orgsac, wbea eafetbled aad
disordered, regain tbeir loat tos atid regu
larity, not, of c Mine, immediately but with
a degree of rapidity highly iadxative of the
etcilletcs of the remedy. It has tbe far
ther (fitct of regulating tbe bowels aad
liver, proticticg tbeaysteaa against malaria
relieving rheumatism aad acBralgia, aad
iicreasicg c lasttttitioBal vigor.
Ex-Uader Sheriff M. A. Lawler was
around btddiag a lew of bis many frieade
good bye yesterday aad left this aoraing
for Independence, Kansas. Mr. Lawler baa
resided ia Yavapri county for a number of
years and leaves a host of frieade bste. He
has cccuiJ tbe responsible position of
under sheriff ter about three years with
perfect satisfaction to bis employer, and
tbe public. Genial and accomodatirg ia
mis intercourse with all with whom he bad
basioest, be ra de warm frieade, who regret
bis departure, but wbo wish bim success in
Btsnewlild. Be will occupy the potltioa
ot book keeper for P. J. McComick ia his
railroad contract and w.ll have charge of
the commissary of tbe ea-fit as well, a
position of trust and respossibility, bat
which be will, so doub, honorably fi'l.
Tbe honorary board ot insane asylum
directors held ita meeting oa Saturday
evening with closed doors, bat their report
failed to matcria'ixr, some of the members
claiming that tbe time was too short for
tbem to digest all tbs testimony aad re pott
on it. The board accordingly adjouracd
until lo-taarrew evening when it is expect
ed that the' report will be prepared aad
adopted. Aa two members of the board,
M evert. Long sad Mabooey have g'.ao home
it will Lave to be forwarded to tbem for
tbeir approval or disapproval before being
fl ed aad eoaseqaeatly before being made
If the latest rumors concerning the first
of Ellis A Co , are true, tbeir recent failure
proved to be a master stroke ia tbe way of
a financial policy in fact a regular finan
cial coup d'etat Tbey iffted a settlement
for 46 cents cn tbe dollar of all their lia
bilities, and now it ia rumored that through
tbeir agents tbey have puicbaeed tbeir own
paper at 50 per cent discount, making a net
settlement at 23 cents. 8uch financial
ability is worthy of appointment aa aecretar
ot tbe treasury.
A TeJaakle Cakaawt.
E. M. San ford, Esq., this morning receiv
ed an excellent lot of specimens of Mohave
County ore, gathered duriag his recent
visit tbere.His cabinet is the most practical
and useful of any, and oae of the moat vsl
uable in tbe city, as it contains moat every
character of Arizona ore.
The following is the list of letters
remaining ai the Post Office in Prescott,
Arisoaa, for the week ending April 33d,
Allan Kate Mrs
Blum L W
HsrOB M A
Jscksoa Loatio Mrs
Jscksoa Birdis Mies
I mat Was
Shearer F D
Thompson Betty Mrs
Young D O
Beard Wm (3)
Bickiawa Ches (2)
Fiakbeiner F G
Call for advertised letters.
J H A MARSH,
This powder sever varies, A marvel of
purity, strength aad wbolesomeeess. Mora
economical than tba ordinary kinds and can
not be sold la competition with the mul titade
otlow.teat short elsht. alnm or nhoenhaU
woers. aoia oaiy in eaaa. BOjai BaaiasT
W VoWLKSHt $
uv, tea wan a wees, new iecz.
Si that's right! Now! And one dozen of those Imli
little twins are bargained for at $2,50 per dozei,
Hard Times You Know!
THE ONLY HOTEL IN TOWN.
Board and Lodum- Per
Board. By the Day -
! lewBalU v
Pates .Tr, Aobma,
lober 7, 1885.
Fine Rooms jOcand $1 Per Day.
THIS HOTEL, WHICH HAlOLT&lBEEN OPENED, IS XWE
and furaisked in every particular with all the convenience
It Utntusted in the center of the city, within fifty yardi of the
Postoffice, and is the MOST C0SYEN1ENT HOUSE in Northern
Arizona. Particular Attention Paid to the Comfort of my Guests.
cseott,JaIy 1, 5.
GURLET STKEET, OrP, SEW CLUB BOOMS,
WILL ALWAYS BE
THE LEADING HOTEL
The Only Hotel in Northern Arizona With
Hard Finished Rooms.
SITTING AND DINING ROOMS ARE THE LARGEST
AND BEST APPOINTED IN -PRESCOTT.
BOARD PER WEEK, $7.00.
H. A. KendtOl, Proprietor.
n 1 1 irnnin i m
'fl IMlKIUlQ amanml
HEISLER & POE,
In order to better accommodate
in connection with our Calitornia marnet, (at oouth Monte
zuma street,) the Bull's Head marker, North Monte
zuma street, nest to the P. & O. Restaurant, near
the corner of Gurkry Street, ivhere we will
keep always on hand the best assortment
. . . . , . . i
tbe touowmg reuueea prices ior casn, to wnicn tne aticnuon oi me puouc
Beef by aide
Btef by tilodqaarter
Beer by forequirter
seer lein ,, -, .
er rums ana round..
xeef slate bolltna
Beff etrlolaanil cterboustateilc.
Beef prime te-taeilolu aad portr
loUDd and cnatk ie k.
S ui to
Mel1 ob bv caraasa or aide
Muts Delivered to all parts of Ihe
KELLY & STEPHENS
GOLDEN RULE STORE,
llat tlx. LarsraUud rctt CTefo!lr u Md Block
Of General Merchandise!
AIM I Cfetriti stick if the Famous Oregon Cassim n Cliiiing. Bia
LiMi 6n.s, Pacific Coast Flannel Underwear,
AND AS EKDLE3S VAUIETt OT
afucklnsharr. Hecht's Unrivalled Manufact
mim Boots and Shoes.
Magnificent Selection of Laches' and Children's Shoes, just arrive
fHfefaU fotr lit-rral -sircT-Be btocta
LamwmBM OI ehW BUS ,ww kfciuxo. ..
War!? - -
UradDtliTeeJ t ujjartefT.w
Liquors and Giganl
SERVED TO PATK0N8 '
our customers, we have opened
and quality of meats, which we will sell at
. . . , . i . . .. r lit.
Untton rrlm hnp. 15
Mutton fegl 15
Lmb rlb and loin cnop- ,
Umb shosiderasd lr(r
t'nrc oy aiueor quarter
Pore aacasee , ,
Knl' cua arjiajr
City and Fort Whittle Eree ti
njxia U-.ei in ths pat, Uar W12 cainsaTUj eudmrtcx
(MTKAil 1JSI.TIXC HOC.1IU
Tae A sir os a JocsAL--Mxa la cab
ttj d evy day to the wok ezraut Scnda
rHCASIZOSA tt'El,T ioruAiJl:sxs!u
Cipltat or me frritory. '
THK AKIZOSA rC3UMK'!rt CW
DnTOted to the carataerclil &z.i biulsess la
errtits e! th J Territorr.
QTK Sill H:
DAILY reryear " fSM
ffnar - one year, aq
wum. ' r)
potoSee order or draft. -
Tte JotrL-lirxxKw k V- dtUvcrtii bv
arner tJ anfjscrlbers ia u - .-y rcr 35 cesti
Local rorJri-. m- '
"I.4 " ;U iTser'aS Ua
tZZl ' wtwa auMeuentlBsertiaa.
nterett will be accepted, aainews from
fr It belted. eipedatArTtbelatolag
s snips aad ajfrlcwfursl dittricU.
j?MftJoa,!joalb screwed to
tV Sr 2A5Litoo,B1 -No- 5.MrcnaaU'Kx
lAnxe. Saj Franelwj, li ae rot th
1 li2.x t TeltT. Hi
I hortzed ta eollrt ..
ttfcmly other buali.esedeTolTlBB
poa. taa-tb' repreteatattTe artaspnb
1 , . T,B K Da,t IaTjB!rAi..MtEJt and
Slat nta orSce.
Bfcatee er lesal Aavertialax.
tsmrsa. PI trie t Cuirt
r nia'biir. toxica..
ii i i r
Appllcuion tor Patmt 35 oo
tttafcilatratRr Vnti. Soo
THIS PAPiH .js
- a tu,, m-tL, lira
tttrtsaptr AdTcrtUlncr Boecaia (10 enoCai
vcr be saade Xbr tt ia,
ataU AweeiM Tlxno Table te tad raai
iitx" tor Boctheru portion of theTerritery
rad Pacific Const leaves daily at SiSO a. tn
rtaFlMwixacd iltricopa. Amvea at 6 9
. MaO t't the Eastern States ria A. P.
i-R- "-a res daily at t:00 p is. Arrives
U7:3i) .ra. daily,
Sfai3 for Brdjh,w, i Hassayamps,
losse Meesville aad Alexandria, leaves
htsar ya and Fridays at 7 a. si. ArriTea
fBSSways and Saturdays at 6 p. m.
Mail for Phenix,ria Antelope allay,
tastoa, Wickenburgh aad Vol tare, leares
iloBdaya. Wednesdays acd ir:dajs at 3 a.
n. Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat-
Mail for Juniper, era Simmons leaves
! V urdaya and Tuesdays at 7 a. m.; arriree
jdsya and Fridays at 6 p. re.
J. II. A. Jlarsh. Postmaster.
Atlantic & Pacific Railroad
10 3" an
23i p id
7 50 am
S lf. p cc
... ,.. CooIluee
21 IS pre. .
6 Sip ia
3S D d
o pi m
- The Needles.
-8sn Bernardino .
vilnuat Clr .
.Ia. ' 1 . -
lw htm ui
Through tn ketsto alt Important clt lea east
aad west on sale at the principal stations.
VlaXai ace to the Indian village of'Aco
ra Via Win eat- to Fort W legate, j miles;
Via Manuelito to Fort Defiaacs (Kavajs
ICJr-jr) 25 mllet; Canon de Chelle, j BUee;
la Hoi brook .ul-reekly ataees, to Fort
A ache, to miles: Sprtcierrtlle 8S alias;
sow Low. So mllft; Taylorvllle. S3 miles;
jtoqal InClaa Village (Co rvjclac slacea) to
Via Navajo, dally sucea to St. Jobat. 6
aalles: Sprtngervllte S3 mllea.
Via Wlnslcw to Brlgham City and Scaset
Via Ash Fork, dally stasss to Freaeott
aad Wkippie Barraelu, 54 miles; ttallTStacea
from rreacott toFhealxand tri-weekiy etas
to Fort Verde.
Via Pacb Sprlaga to the Grand Caaoa ef
tbe Colorado. 13 mlies.
VlaKlnemaa. dally atasea to Stoektoa
Hill. Is mllaa; itinera! Pari:. 13 miles; CerbAt
Via Yueea ta 8lraal,43 mlles.
V'la TLe Xeedlea. ateamtro Tama, Col
orado river ageney.Fort M"lare. Mojsve City
Hardyrtile. ArUoaa, aad 111 Dorado Caaaa,
General Fueaser Ajtnt.
D. B. ROBISsOX,
Assinx Mb MeteHcrgrci! CkMis
Aasayisiror every kind of
0EE AM BULLION
Analyses of Mineral?, Furnace
CHA.RGES FOR ASSAYING ORES.
For Silver. Alone..
" fcllver aad Gold .
TESTS MADE QUALIT T1VE OK QCA2T
UirATIVE. For Zinc, Tin, Arsenic,
Or any other melal at rates as LOW is
consisistent with careful work.
Wines, liquors and Cigars of tits
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Tais Lodging House has large, fine, nice
and dean rooms and beds for rent
y by day veck or month,
HATZ & TOUBNOT
., ,..-grgag; -
ih Pork I