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VLL.XXI No. 59.
PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1886.
PRICE TEN CENTij
at Bsrooim AKB K1UK
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wbn appllnt lnt tbe
no.rri . will be ab-
cteaoslne !he bead
nunhil Tin, r or
loir bcaithT aecrr
tl'.n. It ila)a In
trie membrane of tb
atal p ssajret from
dJl Ion I cul'.cm
plo ely heaN aores
rstorra Mir aenic ot
Otta.tr and m-ll.
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Awi ! i applied Into eae txnirll and la
a reeb to oe. i'nca &o ecnta, by mail or
at ruelt Hnd forcreo ar.
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; Xadicsi Triuak f O Af!
SYMPTOMS OF A
lMefartlt UewlecoaUva,IaIa la
tka brad, with a, sail anauln (a tha
kaek fart, rata aadcr taa akaalan
kla, Falls after Mtlac. with aUe
lrrtixainire.fte.nper, Law aalrita. wlik.
Waariaeaa, Blaxlaraa, Flatter! at tha
Bran. Data before 1 ha ares. Hraaaxha
ver lb liabl err. Beatlr: with
aUfal arenaaa. II Ic bl colre4 Crta. aaa
It'll" riLXb are especially adapted
. fo aoeta eaaes, oua dnaa effect audi a
clianrenf fHn-toatnnlililli aufftrer.
Tber laeraaae Cka A aawtMaad casat tba
Ttedrts Taba am b'laab. tan lbe mnum la
BnMul.iM bytbrirTamle Aatlaaioa
tutts mm zvnwmi
fceoorates tin bodr, make healthy, fleab,
atrecKUiess U1 weak, repairs lbe waste of
the sjtirzn tnta pure blood and hard muscle,
tones the icrroa intern. lTlcoratea,Bte
braia, and unparta Uie vigor of manbnnit
(1. Soldbrdrusstea. .
VFPICH it MarraratIlawTarlU
Ash Fork, A. T..
Cob Web Hall,
Formarly fccowo aa tba Fartoi falooa.
XONTKZUMA T TACISO-TKE fUli.
ayaelaity nf aalllac
WINES and UQUORS
V. M. FISHER. Proprietoi.
first National Bank,
T. J. Bctleb, 1 F. W. Blakb.
President. J Cashier
A general banking: business done
Nichols & Jacobs
Carpenters & Builders.
hop on Cortez Street, opposite
Citv Feed Yard.
Estimates nd specifications gives on
All Mndsof Job Work promptly
129 k 131 SAB SOME STREET.
Make the best and most durable
Boots and Shoes on the Pacific
,mw mri -t-mammmi
Coast Buy no other.
No Ch inese Employed.
The editor cftbeJouAL-MniKB, afe
l;t air.Cf, vitiled tba mi 1 aod mioe ol
Robert icbfie!d.on Wit Uog crok, ix
tro milraeait of PioCir.aocJ was biglilj
rtuled a: the evidence of apaieot auc
ccaa ruible ibere.
Are locit d on the etaiern of tbr
imuntaint, beioR apparently an i xiention
of Ibr fmou Belle tuzoe, fromtic!i
tomiuDda of dollars of ilie pr .cious to ta!
lare betn t.ktn, aod wlix'i contaio thou
-audi ruorr, to be laken iiu, tuou
elperirnrid and pucical method are
brought io ogae for the leduction of IK
ore. Mr. Sc fie'd'a ruicea are known a'
he Poland td Himillon. ilie raajonty of
development iiatinR b.-en made on the
foimtr. lie t" 'unnl in oo the led(t
on ih'w cl iim f'r a dM'ance of 433 fret In-
trrterting thaft at the deptl f 100 feat
and piMin t interne ion wo tbirly or
foriy feet. Ue ha gone about the work
ilowlv, prospecting tbia tunc cnreiui.j,
and when lufficieotly done to ja.tllf lbe
xxriaaeor, be erecte I a will for cotcer
iratinjf pnnwici at aa efpenae of upward
I itaattd on the bnk ot Bi? Bag creek,
oat 60 rd blow the mine, thi ore be
ing fre'g'i'ed tfcere otr a comparatiTely
aj ciade by meant of oxttami. Tn
nlana tor tlir mill were d'awa tr Prof. I.
A . Cbarcli, fitmerl J auperintendent of the
Tombatone Mill and Mining Company, at
Cnarlra'on, in tbia Territory, and erected
under bi p-rKin.l uperi-ioo. It de
aiyned alter tbe abote n.M?eI, the priic ple
of cuncedtratora beiog io vogua for jeara.
with modern improTemrnia introduced,
and tbe B g Bag and Cbarleatnn mills be
log (he only one of tbe kind in tbia Tei
ritory. A lack of median c il knowledge
prcventi u from giving a technical expla
nation of tbe nc. bn acch an one aa
c"tae under oar obwivition my prove ol
intereet to ihiwe engtged in mining enter
priaea wbo have not aeen it in operation.
fhe mill la under tbe tapervuion ol il.
L. 7n Nootrtnd. an exnetc-d mill
man, wao very ourteomiy aanwea mo
nter through i.
1BK CBUJniSO pn ctM
It done by tbe u?e of tbr ordinary e c
tirr.kcrt ard kt.mp. After leaving tbe
attury the prr, or pulp, i carriei into a
.icg tru fi lei wltb water, and which
ue'gnt na a hylraul c clsMbir.
fbere are b.ur ouilet to tlna ech admit-
mc oi the tgre of d.ff;re iz-s and
WrlUllI Ol CUIUS oi mo .ui mtn
tri.u.U tbe fi .t i crrieil lo the C'isrief
ig, through '.he ectid t the fine jn and
tuiouti the vlbri to uvoiviDg laiure.
o in numurr, r m-lr of three double
cuoiFattmctit?, e ci cipabie oi mKiog
brte diff:rent kind of p'oducr. Each
cimpartuitat baj piunger oppanr,
abicb keeps tb: ore in constant mo" ion.
l be heivieat aettles o the bottom and la
drawn through a icrecn and caught in
tanks uaderneitb. The fiueit and lighter
graiot are curled to the re'Olving table.
rr)eejigs arcca?b'e alo of separatiug
dilLiroi minerals from efch otber.
TOE KEVOLVINO TABLE)
Are fifteen feel in c:mtlei, slightly coni
cal in build and also two in number wiib
smooth c ment surface. The lightest
material, which tcapca from the j gs a
tit as tbe hydraulic clatMfi.-r, depicit-
ed on tbe center, and, bi means of w iter
ta located Ibtie as well aa radial box
oearel tbe edge, is wabed towards lt
outeredgr, tho heavier jwrlions lemaimng
netr tbe center while the lighter Mid waste
ma'ter it wished o-er the edges into clr
cuUr sluice and frcm Ibere to the gene
ral sluise and dumped. As lbs tables re
volve lie cci Cciilialirtr portion of tbe
rc become ei-sner ana rteaner uain
j i . ' i
fiially washed tfl by brush jets under
itronr pressure and colli cted into tanks.
Tbetb!es, ibus c eared ot all material,
receive a new supp'j from the supply box,
A COKTIKCOTJS AM) STEADY PROCESS.
The mill at present is running only 12
hour per day. crusbicg from 18 to 20 tons
ot ore in tbat time. Two samples ot
t.ilingt. asstyed during our visit, gave
return of only from five to seven per cunt,
of the assay valae ol the btttery simple,
showing remarkably clean work. The
product amount to absut two tons
dtily of bigb grade concentra'ca. Tbe
ptwer used ia a foriy-borse powir engine
with a b-uler of fif y-bore power capacity.
This machinery is under the charge of B.
C-Bitttai engineer. Wood is abuadtnt
io tbe immediate vi -inity and consequent
ly cheap, making fuel v;ry small factor
in tbe item ot expense).
TV ATE IS ABC5DAXT
At preseat witb a prcfrxci of holding out
forsevenl month. A large quantity ol
ore it out oa the dump, witb tbe mine
opened up capihle of producing a suffi
cient quantity to keep toe mill in ron
scant operation. Mr. SshofiId is sole
proprietor of the mill, and tbe enterprise
is not a Steele jabbing one, but a strictly
legitimate bui.ites proposition, with every
imiictltor ot mcces ana permanencv,
which. fr it owner, a well as for tbe
cou'.try in vhci it U loc&tod, xe sincere
ly Iiopemay u realizrn.
The cmp m suppuea wun ntc:as
bosrdinz bnue. pre-ided ver by Mr. and
Mr. P. J. tch.fi Id. iheicmmodationsof
btcb are fully cqail to our bti retaa
Tbe following is the list of letters
remaining a: the 1'ost umce in rrescott,
Arixuna, for the week ending Msy 6tb,
Burtop, Frank, Cox, Divid
Cm mot, O Fitch, John B
Hulery, Mrs Howell. S O
Johnson, A Jones, W E
Mille, John F Moirison J B
Mar', Jasper Mayer, Juo
Meri- CF Martio.Geo
0:u, Jot C Bice, Mitt Mar thy
Rylie, J R Sntll. H N
Siulz, Mne E Tamter, M B
Tubbs, V WtoJr, Wm
Csnun:c G Guay, Eliese
Munusl, D.fgo Maute, Cbono Justa
Ortt z, Roeoda
Call for advertied letters.
I a A MARSH,
Tb epictotic is reported among the
horses in this viraaity.
VaWat aT !
"We aie in Love' Land to-dy,
vTbers (ball w- got
Lov.kall we start or Uy, -
Or tail and row?
There' many a wind and wy,
And never a May but May,
-We are in Love' Lard to-day,
fTfaere shall we gol"
Our land wind wss tbe breath,
Of sorrow kisaed to death
And j y that were;
Oar ballast it a rose,
Our way lie where Godknoat
And Love kbos where
-We are in Love' Land to-day."
Oar sestnen are fl-nlgrd Iovrf,
Our maat are bill of doves,
Oar decks fi ie gold;
Our rope are dead maid' hair,
Our store are love baft fair.
'We are is Love' Land to-day."
Where aball we land you, sweet,
On Hilda ot strsrga men' fer,
Or field Bear bomel
Or where tbe fire fl.iwers blaw,
Or where the fljwers of snow.
Or flowers ot foamt"
"We are in Love's Land to-day."
"Land aae," she tays, "where lave
Stows bat oiie shaft, one dove,
One heart, one hand;"
"A shore like tbat, my dear,
Lies where where ao man will steer,
Ko maiden laad!"
A bill to Increase tbe jurisdiction of pro
bate conns in Arixons, snd to repeal all
ic'.a of tbr Territorial Assembly creating
county courts io said territory.
Bj t enacted by tbe Senate aad Howe
of Repretenativea of tbe TJoited State of
America ia Contfresa assembled: Tbat io
additioa to jurisdiction jver all matters of
prolate, the probste encrts in the differed
c "Untie in toe yerrrory oi .evrizuoa uau
btve appellate jurisdiction over all appeal
fnim ja c -f tb pe.ee. the trial on p
pal to be de novo, and alsu original juris
diction in all eauses in whicb tbe action
of aucmpsit would lie at common law,
I ere tbe amount involved doe tot exceed
five hundred dollars.
Sec 2. To. t appesls my be taken to
lbe district court in all matters oi
p o!te, and in all o'hr cases to tbe u-
preme ctnrt of tbe territory, as is or may
be prescribed by law.
Sec. 3. rtiat all tcu or part of -tt of
tbe trg'tlative assembly creating c uaty
courts in d.ffercnt counties in tbe tcirilory
of Arixoaa, are hereby disapproved and
declared to be inoperative, nail tad of no
Tha tJrajV Aaalveraajr.
The Calico ball given by tb Preseett
Grays I ail evening in celebration of tbe
s cood annlf erairy of tbeir organixatior,
waa largely attended by tbe Gray and tbeir
tiiends. Tbe Gray appeared in tbeir oni
forms, while quite a number of tbeir
brother soldiers of tbe Rfl were alto
present in uniform. Tb ball was very
beautifully dictated, being draped with
nstional flig along it length on oae side
and on both end. It the center of tbe
north da of tbe building wss a (itemize
picture cf General Grant on horseback,
paicted by Mr. Hartman, a member of tbe
ompany. The music was furnishtd by
Processors Thomas, Martin and Elmore,
aid was par ixce Hence. Tbe varioia com
mittee showed a marked x?l in tbe peis
formasee ol their various da lies, the ax
angements being as nearly perfect as pos
sible.wbile every attention possible for tbe
entertainment of tbeir friend waa given to
those present. Th-ball wss attended by
I tree number of prominent cit'xens and
nfficiala. laclndiBST Uorernor zones ana
Secretary Bayard. t
At n special mcetirg of tbe Tongbs'
base company, beld at their bose bos,
last night, it was unanimously decidea to
imeardiatelv baild an addition to their
quarters, 14 by 14 feet, to be used as a
murine and club room for toe see cf tbe
members of tbe Company. Tbe aomtton
will be built from tbe proceed of tbe
monthly dues rtesivtd from member, and
will be in tbe rear of tbeir nose nonse, on
Montezuma street, near the Cob Web
Hall. The tund received from tbe pro
ceeds of ?he ball, on tbe 22 J of t-bruarr,
will be applied to the purchsse nf nni
forms tor tbe members of tbe Couipstiy,
The Toughs clsim that they are a perms
neat iustitution of the town, being or jsn
ixed to "stay," snd their action will cer
tainly warrant tbe assertion.
Lrsx Creek riseer Mlatan.
Lynx creek from its source to very nearly
ita mouth is fairly alive with placer miner,
all of whom are makirg good wags, while
many are making big pay One man mar
H iwells run a tunnel ia tbe bank of tbe
crrek, along the bed rock, and wheeled tbe
dirt to the creek and wssbed it oat, aver
aging $7.60 per day for bis labor. Work
is also being carried on in many of the
culches renniic into Lynx creek. Two
prospector, nesr tbe old Pine Tree ststion,
on tbe Howell road, are engaged !n digging
grviel and wheeling it to tbe stream, where
it is wabed,nd by this process tbey claim
to be making IS. 60 per dsy, A number of
good sited rnf get bars been found there,
tbe target bsirg worth I1Z.
An old DbT'Ician. retire 1 from practice
having bad nlac d in bis hand by an Fast
India m'.tiionart tha formula of a simple vear-
e'able remedy for tha p-edy and permanent-
cure or (Jons imption, nroacnius, uaiarto,
A.thma act all throat and June affection.
als a positive snd radical core for Kerrou
Debill'y and all Nervoua omplalnU, after
having tested ita wonderful curative powtrs
In thousand of rate, ha fell It b duty to
make It kiiown to bl tuffcrlns: fellow. Ac
tuated by tbi m "tl re and a teaire to relieve
human suffdMog, I will send free of charge, to
all wbo desire It, this re Ipe. In German
French or EaelUb. with fa directions for
preps'lng an- using. S nt oy mall by address.
Ins wlta uas. naming mi paper, w J
NOTES, 19 Power' Block. Rochester. Me'
Eb William, for n brief period a real
deat of this plscf, is a cindidst for dis
trict attonsy oflfaktTt toMty.
4axe Sallek'a Cavari.
ExSnrrofate ZulicV, of New Jersey,
chief executive of Ariz o a, donced bit ju
dicial e. mine thi moroiog at ten o'clock
to sit as a tribunal to heir the cue acainst
tbe inane atylam director, in which be
epTear inti.edual role of pncutiog wit
ness and judge. Director Lit coin and
Httch were prtatntin pcrion and wereclto
represented by their attorney), Judge Ed
ward and J. C. Ilerndon. Tbe complain
ant and jadge was represented by counsel,
A. C. B.ker, ot Paenix. A demurrer wss
entered by Judge EJwards on behalf of
tbe directors, and waa exhaustively and
elrquently argued by him, when aa ad
journment waa btd until 9 o'clock to-morrow
Tbe aigament of Judp Elwards
wa a masterly tffjrt and showed that be
folly understood the law bearing on the
same. It was replete with sound !ojic od
consisted of a thorough review of the au
thorities touching the tubject. ilis argu
ment lasted nearly twoho'irs, ar.d was
coi filed to two proposition', namely
First Has the Governor, under the Or
ganic Act of this Territory, any judicial
power, aad cm he perform tbe fncctions of
a trial jadge and by a decree remove tbe re
apondent from a responsible i ffice of trust!
Sect nrl Can tbe Governor in any case.
whe.e tbe tenure of tffice is fixed by law.
remove tbe incumbent therefrom before tie
expiration of bis termt
He reviewed the cimraon law of Eog
land and cited many authorities showing
tbat tbe king coolu nut remove feroas
from office, even where tue theory of tbi
British government wss tbst tte king wss
all powerful, and that every officer was
considered his rieputy. He claimed that
Section IS, Cbapter 13, or the Compiled
Laws, was in direct cot flic t witb tbe anirit
aad intent of tbe Organic Act of tbe terri
tory. Tbat the judicial power was vested ic the
Supreme Court and so;h inferior courts as
tbe Legislative Council may by law pre
acribe, aad that any act of the legislature
conferring power of a judicial c laracter on
Ihe executive was null and void, aa.i con
tained no binding force. Tnat s'leh an
act w a contrary to the spirit of a free
government and natragemiily arbitrary in
its ehiracter. Hi cited many American
cases sustaining bis views and challenged
the product!oD of any authority balding to
theoetrary. Tbe aigument ot Judge
EJward, and lbe authorities cited by bim,
appear tons to be unanswerable. Hon.
A. C Biker, who appear for the Governor
asked nntil to. morrow mornirg to resd
over the authorities cited by JuogeElwarde
so as to make the rep'v. Judee J. C.
Herndoa will mike the closing argumm
for the respondents As soon a the
reporter has bis notes written up wc will
publish tbe argument in full.
t coirttpondent of a L Vtgas psper
give bis experience with It c as follows:
Tbe reult of msoy obteivation and re-
fl ctions w tbat a litite above wbero tbe
root emerge from tbe ground, there mar
e tern, upon close rxttuinatine, n number
of red spick', which are lbe gg cf be
leco worm. When a borse devours tbe
ted be crops it bslow the r2'.l ipeck or
... i i
tfg; which in conrtquence are aorororu
into tbe stomsc'i to bs steidily developed
ntoworm. TLis is the worm introduced
into the system ot tbe animal the speeuy
J'C'ion therefrom being a meat important
question. If a dose ot onehait a pi'il oi
lirtetd oil acd two ounces of ammonia is
smcdiately admiaistsred to the burss and
t is kett in the stable nnd fed on gra'n and
bav for a wo k or ten day i t will recover
and never again return to tbe pernicious
oco weed. I have teen the remedy tried
several times, and it never failed to cure.
Caya Llata af rateatea Xtlaea.
Henry N. Conn, the land and mining
lawyer of Wellington, has issued a book of
150 psge, which gives list of about 10,000
mine patented by the United States up io
Januarv, 1886. These lists ye arranged
by Stales snd Territories, and thereunder
by counties and district. It also give in
structions for tbe restoration of lost sod
obliterated ornera of the public surveys.
This publication is an added evidence
of Mr. Copp's industry, and will, no doubt,
be io ever? mine owner' library. In it we
observe the name of many of our wealthy
and enterprising citizen. Parties cootem
platinir tbe purchase of a mine can now
leadily determine if it has been patented
h putcaase of UDotentM mines is a
risky busint-st, as law suits are frequently
pnrchssed at tbe same time. Tbe book
sells for fifty cent, and can be had through
the newsdealers and of the publisher.
I starr f the Narad.
3nnr'Cter, hahits and age are tbe three
thing that are told by the hands.
Tbe rough and the refined band are dif
rcntj w:tb a difference like tbat of educ
tinn in the mm.
The stingy msn h a tight hind; Ut
fingers keep fast hol'l ol h sixpence, sni
bi palm makes a ctreful hollow out of
whicb it cannot roil until he is quite sure
be i obliged to part with it.
Tbe lowest extremity of roughness is tbe
bsnd of brute violence a c !oal paw of
iron strength, huge with . muc!e, vein and
sinew, but licking all sensitiveness and
flexibility d.fiint in it attitudes a
human tool tbat has b;en turned into a
mart Mmm Pfwm Arlassta.
Henry Warren, manager of the Az'ec
Cattle Company, located in Apache county.
created a sensation at lbe Sin Felipe hotel
yesteidsy n ornug by get'irg on a bTgh
old drunk snd indtilgirg in tbe psstime of
L shooting cut lbe window pine. Henar
rowly ciped shooting two or three guests
ot tbe hotel. Warren wss a rested, tken
bafore Judee Heicxk and fined for distU'b
iag tbe peace. Tbia is cot ilie fi'st rck-
Warren bas engaged in in (his city, nd it
he keeps it vp he will wnke up in hades
seme fiae mornirg snd never be able to
explain Low be got there. Albaqutique
Tbe McCormick street mess are btcoc
log quite noted for tbeir generosity and en
tertaining qualities. Tbey cnterisined
number ef their lrieads yesterdty with
chicken dinner after tbe shooting mate!
at whicb Jeny Fold, secretary of tbe com'
paay, sppeared at tbe head ot the table in
Priaca Albert and white neck Ue.
If our hojie have all fliwn,
Like the yens tint have past.
And nur huarta only moan,
Liko the weird chil.iog pa:;
If tte future l deaJ,
Like the spirit once our,
And our pleasure all ped.
Like the past fleeting hours;
Wten we stand all alone.
Like a tree without leaf
L'ke a s.atue of Grief.
Wbep, inen, shall the woe cease,
Thar flow firm ucb sorroa I
Ao1 where find the hert'eise
To gladden tr morrow !
From what source fba'l ws seek
For one glixmer of ligat,
Amid a world so bleak
In ibis daikoess of night!
"Tell me," where shall we find.
What our souls fondly crave
Qiiet rest, peace of mind
Ah I where else but l he grave!
A rieaaaat Sarwrla raurlr.
West Pretcott was the scene last night
of a very pleisant surprise party, Tba
pirty was arranged by Mrs. C. S. Hatch-
ioson and was very successful. Tbe gnosis
assembled at the residence of Hia. T. J.
Biiler and wife, and shortly after eight
o'clock oroeeeded ia a body to tbe resi
dence of Mrs. F. W. Blake, taking bar
c impleiely by surprise, aad at tbe samtt
taking possession, for the lime Oeiog, of
ner house, rsoon alter tneir arrival ama
sicirn sested st tbe pisno commenced tbe
manipulation of its keys, while m.-rry
dancer kept time to its music. Others of
tbe coropeay engtged in games and social
converse, while enjoyment was depicted on
the countenances of all present. Daring
tbe evening, a dilation of cake aad ics
.-earn was served. Mrs. C 8. Hutchinson,
ho, already stated, arranged for tbe
gatbenog, acted as master of ecremoaief.
assisted by tbe hostess, Mrs. Blake, aad
both showed themselves adepts in tbe art o
entertaining. Tbe following were present:
Hon. and Mr. T. J. Batter , Mrs F- A-
Tritle, UissEttie Tritle, Drand Mr P. K.
Ainswortb Vliss Moorr, Col Frank C. Hatch,
Mj r Woodward, Hon MorriaG ddwatcr,
Mi Carrie Johnson. Dr Barrows, Mr and
Mr C.S. Hutchins.m, Miss Amelia Rush.
Mr and Mrs W.L.Coakley, T. P. Meador, A.
Aitken, Miss Mary Otis, Miss Hetty Curti,
C. Burmitt-r, Professor Ludwig Tboiaa
aad C. A. D.ke.
attar far the Trwla ar
1 1 good season and don't forget to take
wnb you nostetter'a Stomach Bitters,
hi-h will revivo and ben. fit yoa when
fatgued; will nullify the hurtful tff.c'e of
water cmtaminated with nice from tbe ice
cooler, or atagnant and brackish; telieve
indigestion produced by means of uucer-
tain wbulesomenesa, btsiily boiled at odd
time in railway aiationr, and protect you
rem tbe it flutnee of vitiated or malarious
air thorough draught. To tbe traveliug
public thi admirable aatrgnard and ape-
ciCc i tendered in a convenient and gree
ableabape. An ordinary sbip'e medtcine
chest contains no such comprebensive and
reliable remedy, a fact well understood by
mariners. Tbe c immereial traveler, tour
ist, emigrant, miner and western pioneer,
all appreciste the value of tbe Bitters. It
cures dyspepsia, cos ivents, liver om-
plainr, malarial disorders, inactivity of tbe
kidney aad is a fine nerve tonic
Lawcat Ills far Beer.
Tbe following are tbe lowest bide for
beef to be furnisbei at tbe ilifhrent mili
tary posts ic this territory:
John H. Smith, Prescott, at Whipple
Barracks, fo-b;ef and mutton, $4 15.
D. W. Tcorne, beef aad mutton at Verde,
at 7-11-15 ct yer pound.
Henry R, Barry, at Fort Thomas, 6 eta.,
Bart Daalap, 8an Carlos, 70, beet
Ramon C. Valencia, McDowell, f 11 W
for beef and 11 c! for mntton.
Wm, Scbroeder, Liwell,beef aad mutton.
Jaa a Burnett, Haschuca, beef, 9t 49.
H. C. Hooker. Grant, beef, $5 09.
Nicholas Hughes, Bjwir, beer, $7.
Isfac B. Marb, Apiehe, beef, fi 80.
Isaac A. Marsb, Apscbe. beef for Indi
ans, S 50.
M'jar Woodward bad tbe 10th Cavalry
band out to day for mounted drill with
their instrumea's aad favored oar town
with a general serenade. Tbe entire band
waa mounted on wnite steeds and presented
a file sppesrsnce, while they discoursed
sweet strains of music. Tbe troop of tbe
lOcb Cavalry stationed at 'hippie will
leave to-morrow tor San Carlos, bat tbe
band will remain here for tbe present.
Mj t Woodward, who Is anjatant ef tbe
regimen', will remain here nntil orders are
ii,ud for a change io tbe regimental
Tbia jwlee never varlea. A taarvel of
purity, strength and wholeaoKrnses. Mort
ceooomleal tbtn t'e ordinary fclsAs and can
not be sold lb com.-etltlon with Ue mnltltaae
ot low-test short eight, alnm or phoapbate
Towders. Sold on i via can. Soyal Biking
powdor Ce, t'Jd WaU Sirsat, w York.
BULL'SHEAO W MARKET
HEISLER & POE, PROPIITETOES.
In order to better accommodate our customers, wo have opened
in connection with our California nifjket, (at South Monte
zuma street,) the Bull's Head market, North Monte
zuma street, next to the P. & O. Kestaurant. near
the corner of Guriey 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
Br by aide
Braf by lilnCquarlfr.
Btmi vj rorequ inor
Herf rump and round.
4ei no ruMi
-tt plate boiling ,, j
Bfxr ilrloln and o-Vrhoai.u-ii it
Ber prlmn tenderloin auu lorltr
hooae .leak. 34
Bees' round and cnuck ue k' b 13
atafoa bv eareatanr uliiw 9
Muts Delivered to all parts of
KELLY & STEPHENS
GOLDEN RULE STORE,
lur ta LuxnlaadafoctCa-rrullr s nl Stock
Of General Merchandise!
an la act oasntabiUbaect la AHme. jfy
Alt! I CMpMi stock sf tbe Famous
um tiias. pacitic coast Flannel Underwear,
AND AX ESDLE3S VABIETT OF
uckinsham Kecht's Unrivalled Manufscl
Boots and Shoes.
Magnificent Selection of Lades'
TlHr ST",rnl for thm.rmi -trOMge btoeJ
attaerua aaeaofUwaame '' tor..
Manufacturer of all Kinds of Strictlj Pure Plain
Ice Creams and Water Ices.
FAMILY TEADE SOLICITED.
Cortez Street, East Sida of Piaza. Press)!., irizm.
Remember, that this is
Prescott where fresh,
THE ONLY HOTEL IN TOWN.
Board and Lodging Per Week - - - $10
Board, By the Day - - $1
S 1 1 iJt- Atahd. fresh
aoTf, Anmv lober 7, 1885.
Bine Rooms 50o
THIS HOTEL, WHIlHOsTbEBX OPENED, IS NTWE
and furnished in everv particular with all:. the coat etuence
it make it a
It is situated in the center of the
Postoffice, and is the MOST CONVENIENT HOUSE in Northern
Arizona. Particular Attention
8EB. .eVUXUiLEJit., Proprietor.
efcott,Jnly 1, S.
Klflllf M Mil
Ca Johnston, Proprietress.
Only hotel in Prescott where
leaving tne nouse.
All THE DELICACIES OF THE SEASON SERVED.
Special attention Paid to Famfflafr
Best Tsbk Board, $7 Per Week.
ilotton Btcalderactl ebock cboplS
Mil Inn pn.hip1 J
Maitorj "r 'S
im it -n:r....
Xrnbrib jqu loluruop
LiniH .boa lrantl itj
lurfc trr ilHr quarter
P..JK i IrV r
the City and Fcrt Whiiili Em ti
Oregon Cassiitri ClitMif. Hi
and Children's Shoes, just janiTe
epoa tbe-aln theput.Uier wd aanadtv
absolutely the onlvplace in
pure candies are for sale.
Ifrad 1) liiewd tc any part efTw
and $1 Per Day.
citv, within fifty yardi of the
Paid to the Comfort of my Guests,
patrons can obtain meals without
- 1 w
Finest Rooms in Prtaceat
(IsTKAM raXIBTtSW M' TT.
Tata Akizoma JocrutAt. M:' r x
A vrr ar In Ca week e.
rata AaixojiA Wl-T locn?. -iU - r
51b nnr Wafatalar at . ..
koklX r ut Trntnrv.
rtu aiumia rvmvtm ' v -
Ocvotd ta the commercial an- - '
cms at tk-i Territory.
DULY parr '
UiLT - oa year,
Ma-toy saay b raasitteal by r c c; '
anstaaaca oner or draft.
arrier tj saawcrloar in tea eft, .
Lacal aaatea. win be mserti
ceo taa llae for ta first laear
eat par Una for each motequas
Corroaaeeoaace oa ail aabtecti
aterait will b accepted, aau ar -eeallty
1 seltcltad. e pactaUy war,
amps aad 4rrlcTt-ral dlatrleta.
All eammmUea-ixwia ahoold a
srn Jocsax.MiBXB. Prcacett. A
JL C Bam. Kooaa So. as, afe -
jat. Baa. Vraardaro. la sola ar - '
vsiaaatA Joraji a.- m a ta th-' 1- I r
a . 1 hortaaat to eollaet mans;' '
tttv. shant,tak onlara tor -'
'd taad t as; staax baatn-'-. - 'r
.aoa . m a ti .repreaentattva 1 - v -ahar.
Tan Dait JnnxAi.-i:'--r:; -j
WtBCL 'onWRAL-htMBX w 11 b- .. -r ;
SI at t naVa.
Batea ae . Avertta:-r-
I3BII4. Dili rut CWBn . ...
ina ia JoaileaOaon,. . .
Vwfa'uraJtoHoa ... ,
Lj ad r Mem fNadeefor PnbllcMloa
K 'IIICiUM for rwieat. .
'suiltK atofw Motlea.
MaT tee BesitawrB atytiem trftne
ad ParasVc Oeaat lamvaa daily at f
mPUsaixaaMl Msaiawpa. Amr!
MaUfi waemaatarn Stam tmA.AP.
i. ft. see daily at i9 an. Amvaa
Ht i. m. daily.
Mail far BrstfeeYaw, via Haaaajniaya,
leear Meaawille ad Alsxsndria, laavea
Mcaa4 y aad Pridaya at 7 a. an. Arriva
I j siti irsrmnjr it t r m
Mati lee Paaaix'via Aataleae allry.
atw, Wielwbwr.i aad Valtafa, -r
Itmdaya. Wseaesdaya aad Pnday a -
Amvea Tawsaay. ninways and
vayaatfl a. m.
Mail-far JBniper, via Btmmeea t.-t
a audeynand Taasday at 7 a. m.; &rtivc3
kcjdays aad TrMaya at p. m.
J. a. A. Mrsh. fwf
Atlantic I Pacific Ra.
IJBWUU ml I l-l
Lt Alh'queiqa i
. 'fb 5i.dl.
.La r o . .. ,
raroauxau kauto all J"P"rtar'
a WW OaiU.MI"' rim
STAGE CONNECTIONS. .
a Vi Wlaeatt to Fort W luxate. J ra
Kit ry) mlle;CruiodCaIn. :!
Jim. KumnK.uraiuirieis' "
'll ' . T.VV
mlI:ijriusarT," ""'""i- 1 J
VI. ak Fork, dtnv Ml ft IT
Vim. wriaai:w io nriKiaai u y .
vi irm. KMiTrtct.St mi.a: dt vVlasaea
-ram fi'tau o ramalx au Srt-w. k ,
Vh. p'ieh prtata to Ue 9ra Ci.a- af
Viaawlacuiaa. a uj maajerj wa o .
Hill, lo aili: Mia j i"ark. 14aai -:C ri
vi & n.H NMdlM. taavmee'lo Ta '
I ordorlvracar7,KortMnJe.v -'-
HarerIi. axroa avi wnu .
iesaral Paaaaa. .
n bl Roar i on.
Oeaarat Manatee. Albre,Bar,B, M
3 A. ffmh. X. W.WatW : naaaer Mawarr
ECSH, WILLS A EOsTAAO.
Attoraev aed OounaeUor at '
Uad proaapily to all bwiase aavaraaUd t
ta tha cawfie er reeara is ana aaaruawj.
L U. SANFOKDL
Dm. W. K. AIMIWOaT J.
FaTattAa ASS. Str'sosa;
I fUalac..twry ln-t.
CIAS AH D S'-rCU'
Worth of Kaaar A O -
AtTOXJITT GaTjrXXJLL 9W
. SXOMKS aaa far IBJrtl
U, Praaeott. A. T.
I J. C XSUtDOH. J j
HERNDON A HAW..
ATTOaOSYS AMD COCirStXOK
Special attention to coavtn
ooce work of all far
HENRY CLAY BUis
ATTORNEY AMD COOSSZLOa-AT-tW
IXMtm, wwaaat AB
.niismi e cianei
, so mil: Hprtaaareiu a
TuOw aa rnjii; ivi"""' .
laclaa VU aa ino rezalar f1-- v.
Oman em Ceeta -Isnat,
fax tiJtmmWAt wawea. -
earvillpraeuea in alt tba conn irwas
aae Mter tu vartcoa Dtpattmau: -11. v. a b-
Oas-Boam Xo. 3. over B-Bk -r ..znja
Preecott, A. T.
L. F. EGGERS.
DmTBJCT ATTOSUfKT Or TAVATAI COUNTY,
AJUZOHA. . ' '..
Ofic i Cwsvt House - - P . on.