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VLL.XXIl No 9.
PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1886.
PRICE TEN CENTS
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tbeacabrne of th
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pletely aeal sores
mores itc senses ol
or taste and aw-ll.
-t ttk -teller. A Baatlve Cars
A pari! lei appllad Into cae tMirll sod la
racaa a ui oar. t-nca so cents, oj bui
.at roca-Uta S ud tor eirca ar.
B.S.W MrafalS. Dr-uit. Ova go.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Maaawciaa. aiannmna, rata la
, arHa a mmU liaSatka
Law aatriaa. wSta
iann in aair..
Flails lac as sb-
ruu ara aapaiiaiiy aoaptaa
JIlTS uTUsT SiWIMJi
as ooar. aaasn araaoy ana.
m Um mk, rrpairataa wi
i wlta son blood sad bard i
aaaa taa Berroaa anaaa. atlaaiilaa aa
mvWKU 4 Mmmw law TartL.
Wnms Uqatrs ad Cigars of ibe
ALWAYS ON HAND.
This Lodging House has large, fine, sice
and clean roosts and beds for rent
by day week or ssoeih,
HATZ k TOUBNOT
am an a aOTBaara.wkieh win to faraJaaad n
CASKETS and COFF N
Smimlminy Dcm in th LalMt
Smelting & Lead Co
416 VoEtOTmenf Street.
San Francisco, - California
Refiners of Gold and Silver Ores and
Highest Frices Paid for Gold, Silver and
Lead Ores and Sulphurets.
Manufacturers of Bluestone, also Lead
Pipe, Sheet Lead, Shot, Etc.
This Cotapanybas the Best Facilities on
the coast for working
OLD, BlLVXR ASD LEAD ORES ASD
PUsTflM Suit, Saae.
war ta rMt era. Baatlaai
Mai aawaaaa. UlcWraatarM
M'jur Pullman Assistant Q isrtermaster,
asaistaat to the Cbitf Q taitermaster of tbi
depettese-t, opened bid, to-day, Tor 100
Cavalry borse?. advettied. Only five
bidi were received ai follow: J . E
Talmadge, of Ti c too, 25 or 50 head, (un
broker,) for delivery ot Lowell, $30 per
Hudson & Lyres, of Wilcox, 40 lie! at
Fort Gran', Slbtr.
F.M. McCim.of Pheoix. 30 held
Pnehix, f 135.
Leopold Carnllo, of Tacjon, 25 b:J
11. Y. tJamanirRo, of Tucson, 23 or
beid at Tncson f 100.
Altara-s-aaa. l.lilaata. Xatlee.
By order cf tbc coutt I am directed to
hereby give notice that on the opening of
ibe D'strict Court, at P.escoti, on Monday
June 7, h, 183P, all cue now pending,
arb ci stand on del arrers or mo inn, will
be then token tip and dipnsed of, and at
toineys and litigant will be expected to be
present and prepar d t j di-poe of inch
cass. The iollowin2 cacs win ie caue-
Territory of Arizona vi Allen
Herndon & Has kmr, attorney for
Territory t Kiccatdo Martinez.
J W. DouaMerv. respondent, vs
Wallace. appellant: Herudos &Uawkm for
respondent, John Howard fur appellant
Ah Wab et al vs O . Batter; J.ho
Howard for plaintiff; E. M. Sanlord fur de
James Hinn Tt Chat. Akers and O. A
Eiaifrr; Mc3rew Jfc E.r;eri for plaintiff;
Herndon k. Uawkiua lor defendant.
E. B. Dodje
The following i the list of letters
rematniog at the Pot Office in Preacott,
Arisuna, for the week ending Mty 20th,
Derkioa p, Chs
Henry, W J -Kilbora,
Morrison, J H
Moore, K M
Perrv. Annie Mrs
Slurr , K II
Tliorn, D V (2)
Tbima, W U
Tratk, T J
Mo-gir. J A Mrs
it 'ued letters.
Ill A MAItSIJ,
The anciintand frtble tumor. thi hritd
qtmrtera were to be rpoinved I mm Whipple,
was pl-xrd on its legs and started on its
BMwtlilf traTels to day acaiD. witb the
additional informatijn, that orders had
already been isued to lbt ff et A rep e.
antative of the Jochnai, Miskh, sifitipg
WLiople on o'her liuims CifUtlly men
lioaed Ibe matter to CjI Birucr, Aesistsnt
Adjataat GinerI, of the department, who
said there was no foundation whatever for
tt. On the contrary, headquarters build
ing is being thoroughly reoorsted, re
painted and repapered, and new csrpets are
being laid in the tffi:es. He inciJentallv
ressstked, that tbe depar ment bad other
baioc c4 it Uu .1 tc4&t than gi
tating tbe location or removal of bead,
Jurfg3 Sumner Howard was interviewed
I y a newspaper man, on bi return to bis
oli horn', at Flint, tticH$sn, in whV le
expressed biraelf in high term; of praise cf
Arizona. Ha aa.d he bid lived in a great
many pUc:, bat h: hid never foaad any
piece that he lik-d us well, both for its
people and its c'.imtp, ts An'ztni and,
while be might r.-mrn in bis old age to
Micnigsa, beaxpssu to spsaJ the remain
der ol bit active days here. II? expects to
return to P.-escott about tbe lit ot June to
be present at tbe np-ntog of court.
Henry Crist a native of Maryland and
one of the carlieat of California pioneers
lied yesterday In Prrscott at the reaidrnct:
nf bis daughrers Mrs. N. 0. Bowers. He
foiutrly resided iu Ati.tneds Calif inia,
but being in drclintog health, Mrs. Bowers
persuaded him about a year ago to come to
Prsscstt and leside where be could bavr
tbe csra and attention ot a loving daughter
in bis old age. Tbe funeral will take
plaae fiom tbe residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Bowers In West Pretcott to morrow (Tues
day) Hay 25;h at 10.30 a. tn.
Wells Fargo Jt Ca. bsve- ann-un.-.ed the
withdrawal of tbrir moay order system
from this Territory, tbe licenes Territorial
and otberwite, being too much to warrant
iheta continuing the buiiotJii. Tbe Terri
torial license is 823 per qutrter acd ibe
city licerc; of Tucson lwioij a like figure,
the cmp'oy do nut feM jiitiSed in keep
ing up tbc system. Tbey will however.
pay all ordets drawn on tbeci fom tbe
outride but will nuke no issue. Citizen.
The Citizen cltiii s list tbe dicbsrged
Indian tcculf, who were tborouhly
seatcbed at Fort Bowie belore starling for
tbe reservation, wre tbe ultjects of some
suspicion tnd when tbey rescbed Fort
Grant tbey were again seatcbe, this lime
giving down omc six th'iusand cartridges
which tbey bad safely ciched btfore being
discharged. Tbe revelation nelpj to solve
tbe question as to who supplies tba bostiles
witb munitions of war.
Tbe Flsgs'.sS Champion gives a lengthy
atcmntof tbe mysterious dissspcsiance of
a ttock msn, named P. A. Becker', who
lives oesr Parker's mill, in the San Fran-
cteo mountain. He left a neighbors
bouse for home about two weeks ago and
bas not been beard fiom since. His horse
srrived at tbe ranch tbe following ov
itbout saddls or bridle. Searching parties
have been icouriog tbc mountain) in quest
of him without avsil.
Parties have recently taken bo'd of tbe
clebraied Lost bssic gold property in
Mohave ciuoiy and will spend from $150,
00 J to 200(0 in bu.ldisg a mill snd
developing tbe mines. From all reports
received cf these mines tbey will pr.vo a
bonsnzi to their owners who expect to have
everything comp'eted ready tor operation
within ninety d.yr.
Geronisao and bis band continue to ''keep
up their lick" mutderirg citizeor, ia eddi
tlon to giving the soldiers a brush cccas-ocslly.
t mm aaiTTH rirnvm.
'b 1 weary, prrciout owe yoar eyea
re wanderieg far aad wid ;
"Think you of Iter who knew so well
Tour tender thoughts togaideP
"Who could to wisdom's sacred lore
Your fixed attentioa claim P
Ob! never from your hearts erase
That blessed mothers' oasse.
Tif time to ting joor evening hyson
"She listess from above;n
'Dome press thy velvet checks to mine
And learn tbe lay of love."
"My sheltering arms caa clasp yoa all,
My poor deserted throrg;
Cling as yoa used to dicg to her
Who siegs tbe angels' soag."
"Begin, sweet birds, tbe t customed
Come, wsrble load sad clear;"
"Ala ! ales! you're weeping all,
YuuVe sobbing "papa's sear."
' Good uigbt! go, say tbe prayer she
Beside your little b?df
Tbe lips tbat used tn bless you there,
Are silent with tba dead.
A father's hand your coarse may guide
Amid tbe thorns of life;
His c ire protect those shrinking plants
Tbtt dread tbe storma-of strife;
"Bat who upon yoar infsnt hearts.
Shall like that mother writer
"Who touch tbe striacs that rale tbe
Like a jsotber's lovt l" 'Good night P
UEAOQUARTKRA BARRETT P09T,
Gkasd Abut or the Rettbuc, V
preKSoit, A. T , Unj 21, 188. )
A. G. Rsadal. S, V. C-, acting Poat
Omaaody, of B irrett Pot N. , O . A.
R has iataed the follaw na circalar:
First. Tbe 50th of May falling upoa
Sunday, in coaseqoence of tbe succeding
dsy having bM designated by b Pepart
meat Coesasuder, Monday, May list, will
be observed as Memorial Day.
Stew!. The fitting observsres of tbe
day aad of tbe ceremonies which ballow it,
intensify in interest as the graves increase
tnd the vears aultiplv tbat separate ns
from tbe scenes which aJe tbe lives of
our comrades memo'sb:e. Te fairest of
feting of the bright pring time, we still
agsin biir.g to their last resting place, to
testify to the nobility of love and aff.-otton
the y deseive at oar bsnds. From tbe oat
pontine of Kratefut hearts, we select the
words moat ttiog to tell tba story of their
.ivet.tuat posterity miy read in their
deaths the traevirtoe of loyalty to fltg aad
country. Ia a land for wbtcb, as citizens
soldiers, th'.v tf.red their lives that it
might forever taist as the home hbsrty
snd lreedoa. we cannot reader them too
ltrgsrd our every grave as a .aosoleam
before whTc"i future generstions will stand
witb uncovered heads. Tbe indivldosl sol
dier who sleeps within, however humble his
sphere in life, represents the grandest prin
ciple for wb'c'i bsttles were fought since
tbe world began. The maintenance of that
principle io all its purity is tbe assurance
of tbe perpetuity ot the Republic. The
Doian, whtc'i was the gift of the soldier to
tbe citizjo, tboald be tbe inspiration of tbe
citizen to do honor to tbe soldier.
Third. All comrades cf Barrett; Post No.
62, (jnrisd'o'ioa o: the Department of
California), G. A. B, are espe-ui!ly re
quested to take prt in Memorial Services
io front of the Court Hoase on tba dsy
As Memorial Dsy falls this yea ason
tbe SiLbstb, it s.-ems ptcaliarly sp
prnpr ate tbat all clergymen and ptiests be
especially nqocs'.ed to mske their services
oa tbat dsy appropriate to tbe occasion snd
to deliver such rtUccurses as may imprest
upon all, acd esptcitlly upon tbc younger
eneratioBs, ibe sscredaess aad tolemnity
of ibe day commemorated.
Let every comrade attend these sei vices.
and givethaLks to tbe G ver of all good aad
perfect gifts, for the blessings vouchsafed to
as as a Nation, by reason of tbe sacrifices
thus commemorated. And on tbe follow
ing day. let as, with mcfflsd drams, march
in solemn processioa to tbe cities of tbe
dead, tad tb;re place upon tbe last restiag
place of hooored comrades tbe floral trib
utes which testify that we tever can forget
htm acd their devotioa te their country.
Comrades will bear in mind, and en
deavor t. imprest upon all their friends
and neighbors, that Memorial Day is not a
holiday, to be given np to festivity aad en-
ojment, bat mat it is a holy day, sscred
to the memory of thousands of patriots
ho died that oar country might
ivr, and which has bien st apart by Irgtl
eni.cttntut for the purpose of being sol
It ia aked and hoped that our whole
community will appreciate tbe hallowed
chsrsctet of tbe day and refrain from mak
ing it an i ess-ion of frivolity snd amuse
ment. A. G. Raxdai, S. C. V.,
Acting Post Comauuder.
Stake Haatai t ctwa Tasweeir
If you live ia a locality where mi Una
is prevalent, with a preventive tbat experi
ence indicates as tbe most reliable of
medical ssfegusrds Hostteter'a Stomsch
Bitters, Entirely free from tbe objection j
acd tbey are valid ones - which attsch to
the alkaloid quinine, it is Isr more effective
and its effects are not evanescent, but
lasting unlike these of tbe drug. There
are portions of our Isnd and none more
besutiful and more fertile which at no
season of tbe yoar are entirely exempt
from tbe malarial scourge. In such re
gions Hostetter'4 Stomach Bitters bu un
dergone s conttaons test far tbe piwt thirty
years.with results which have established
its reputation beyond all citiI as a special
defense against every form'cf tnsKris dis
esse. For biiliotmrs, alto, it is an
acknowledged specifir, snd it ia a potent
remedy for conization, dyspepsis, iheu
mstiim and n impoverished condition of
An idea of tbe pleasant festure of the
Phecix cllmste can be gained from tbe
statement of tbe Herald, that cl oil ot 115
test will ttke fire ia this climate in the
sb.de some days in tbe year and under but
little aasitttcce froa tba best ef a lamp
txjiloda at any tint.
A STsxpervwa SSectiew.
F. W. Blake, cashier of tbe Prercott
Bank, retained last cvenimr irom a two
meatbs. tour io ibe Southern State. He
first visited St. Leu is and from tbecci went
to New Orleans to take in tbe exposition
then in progreat there. From there be
traveled through a number of the Southern
Sta es and was somewhat tarprised at .the
evidences of prosperity witnessed on every
baod. Daring tbe put few years (Xtenivc
mtnaftcturing enterprises ot virions kinds
have been inaugurated, which bss given
that section a new impetus of growth. In
all hit travels, aad intercourse witb leading
representative men, bs sys be foaud only
one sentiment at tbe result of the war of
tbe rebellion, and tbat was perfect satis
faction. The feeling is universally ex
pressed tbat tbe south is better off without
slsvery, tod that its future proipic: for
growth aad Prosperity is more brillisot
than its past history. At Birmingbsm, Ala
btiaa he ssys immense tolling mills have
been established and he bat seen no city in
tbe United States with any greater evi
dences of prosperity than there. Returning
be visited El Paso and stopped a day or
two la this great metropolis of the south
west, witb bit brother-in-law Clay Meador,
whom be found doing well snd p'eased
ith tbe place. He says tbe town has four
ta'g-; first c ass hotels snd ia addition to
tb numerous substantial business block
already o c J pied, bas several more cader
ay, and to all appearances is txperieecing
something akin to a badness boom. Mr.
Blake was tn St. Louis and Cincinnati
daring a portion of tbe labor troubles and
just left tbe Utter city ia t'me to eictpe
tbe recent hurricane and deluxe of water
which swept over a lstg section of tbe
rrmak Ajeuie'a rapalax Jaaata.tr
For June 1888, opecs with a very vivid
sketch of tbe statesmen who at this
moment rivets public attention William
Ewart Gladstone grappling boldly witb
a problem woich for a century has taxed
intellectual power; of the leading men ia
power ia England a government for Ire
land whic! shall insure tbe welNbeing of
the people aad retain tbe island aa a coo
tented part of the Britiah Empire. We see
him beie, drawn ia pen and pencil, Io pub
lic lite and in bis loved hoae.at Ha warden
A. 8. Rtwson, well known as an authority
on Oriental matters, carries u, with bis
detcription and drawiogs, into tbe tents
of tbe Arabs to hesr ''A Urdouio Tribsl
Poetess". In "Frsbk Bad-land and hi
friends" we bte a lifelike portraiture of
that most intercstirg and most eccentric
of naturalists, and a more entertaining
sketch cm not easily be found. UA sail to
the A z ires" tskes us to ores-famous
isltudt that oqr tourists might well visit
Mi-s Lily Higgles desclbes "The South
Kesington Musi urn," which bu done so
much to create and foiter true artists in
taste in England. "Old Sisge cosch Dijs
are brought vividly before us In a sketch
by De Long. In ibesc pleasant dsys.
when tbe shsde of trees are so grace fa I.
c so appreciate the talk-with A. S Fuller
on "Forests acd Forestry" and learn from
bis accurate tort thorough Lcowlcdgj how,
when and what to plant, that tbe next
genetaiion tusy bless us. The Migration
of Animals and Birds" fijds a student in
Mr J. Duns. All the articles savor of the
pleasant Summer Dsys; and tbe stories
by Mrs M. A. Dennison, Jane Fay Alston,
Charles Howard Shion, Annie J. Duffell
aad otbets make this number a charming
one to rod at borne, or traveling, ir
atretchfd in breezy shade.
Tbe probste judge, sheriff aod e'erk of
tbe court met yesterday and drew jurors
for the next term ol conrt as follows,
R U Burmister, EJwd II Drsper, (Chss
E Dontldsoo, lett county,) J M W Moore,
foo U ai tin, A A Moore TWOlif, Geo E
Van Oeren, Juo Dsti, Sini'i Hill, J J
Fisher, O A Ensign, J II Wingtield, (James
W Akers.) left o runty) C as A Peters, S P
Bcban, B B Crapo Frank E Jordan, Ed-
warbStahl, Rjbcr; Co-.net!, (Eugene Bir-
nett, left Territory) JH Dickon, MT
Heizog. Jna Dsnpltin (Iraanin place of
Cbas E Doosldsoc). E Iwin J Ausin, (in
r lace of Jss W Akers). Jine M Biker, (in
place ol Eugene Branett).
TEBIITOBIAl, trial jCRoms;
Henry Scbuermso. Orick Jacksan, A
Charlton. To) n L Taylor, John A McPhec,
WmJ Simmms, F G B.-ichr, William
ltoy.JR Walker, HQ Csey, G Hatha-
ay, John Duke, Jamia E Bines, J W
Sollivsn, A O Elliot T D McCorurck,
John S Mtrritt, Cbas L Pbippeney, Dju'I
Dwycr, John Kerwsgec, W M U Sesver,
Chss F Collin;, Oliver Perry, John H Lee
(lfcbt J C-irlmclI. left the county) IVn
Itriok, II H Unxfort' , C P Hicks, Thos
Humphrey. Stephen Vjh, E Smith, J
W Coughran, J.mcs 0 JIaxwell, Thos D
Vandcvor', J I Gardner, W A Ciine, W U
Willi ms, F H C.vanaugh C R Martindell,
(drawn in pUci of R'lbt Cartmcll).
Nelfon uabriol. a partner of Jack Mo
Doasld in the Mark Twain mine, adjoining
the Blue Dick, has made a years oo? sala
ry in the last twenty seven dsyj taking oro
out ot tbe former mine
Paul John, who bas a leise on tbe Dot
oris is ssid to be making more than triner's
wages in working tbe mine.
John MeD.'rmott and asscctates leesees of
tbe Lynx creek hydraulic work?, have been
compelled to close operations through lrck
of water. Tbey are engaged in making
their final clean up to-day.
Word wss received bere to-day that not
only tbe track walker was killed near
Pantano station but tbe ageat of ihc rail
road at tbe lstter place war killed bv
Iodises on Saturday last.
An old nhrle!-i- iMlr-t fm . ...tt..
hivlrc hsd d1sc d tn bU banda hr an
India mlrslonsri the formula of a ilmnl- r.
e able remedy for the p. edjr and permanent
euro of Consumption, Bronchitis, Catsrrb,
Asthma and all throat aqd lunp atTectlons.
als a positive and radic.1 core for Nervous
Oeblll'y acd all Xervoua complaint, alter
bavins tetd ita wonderful curative nowera
In Ibouunds of rates, bas felt It h's duty to
mske It known to his suflorln fellows. Ac
tuated by thta inMIv and desire to rcllere
human suffdrlnc. I will aend free or charge to
all who desire it, tbit re ipe, In German
French or EnelUb, with fu directions for
preparing an- using. S.nt oy nil I bv addrcst.
loe with 'tamp, namlnir tbl nai,-r w a
KOTKe, IsD Power's Block. Rocbester. New
From Saturday's Daily.
THE RED DEVILS
They Ceatiaae te Leave a Trail f
Bleed Along the Border.
c'rECUL TO JoCBXAL Ml -lit
Ttcton, Mtv 22. Reports of freab mur
dera cumin tied by the hostile Apaches are
arnvirg here i early every b rar. It is bow
estimated tbst over 100 men women
and children btve been killed a Pima aud
Cochise counties and in SoBora withia a lew
miles of tbe line, witbin tba past three
weeks. Tbo military seem to b: doing all
in their power to effect their capture, bat
ibe wily Gerocimo bs thus fsrcc:effally
evaded them or (tcaped witb little or bo
Io t in engtgcmectr, be baa had with them,
Tbe governor bat been telegraphed to for
assistance. Tbe greatest excitement aad
apprehension exists in tbe eatire cooatry
south and southeast of here. Fears are
also entertained of a general outbreak from
the reservation, as the bostiles have unques
tionably brru reenforctd recen'ly from
there and have bsen furnished witb a fresh
supply of ammunition.
APPEAL TO TEX OWBBXOK.
Tbe JocBHAL-KncB msn applying to
Gcveroor Zalick for scc'i information as be
bad riciived on tbe tubjret. tba Utter
stated th t a dispstch was received sppea'.
ing tn him for arms, claimicg tbat Indiaaa
were killing at rstch seventeen miles iraaa
Tsoque Verde, tylng there were a
enough bat no arma. Prior to the receipt
rf this dispatch, however, arms for twg
c impanies tnd m tsrssary sassaaait a were
ordered iMUcd by him.
SEVERAL MOBE TICTUIS.
A Nogalas special says: Ibe eigbteea
Indians who doubled back, oped botiness
on tbe rsilroad seven miles south ot No
gales yesterdty, where tbey killed two toaa
of Capt. Andrade. Oce bad made a desper
ate ibt from a tree aad was frighttally
buicbcr.'d. The seas left here at naaa,i
failirg to reach borne tbe Agaa Barca
ranch tbeir father west oat aad foaad
their bodies this morning.
Three horses bearing bloody saddles ran
into Plat cba de Plata. Thj sme bones
had passed one bour before. Sullivaa aad
Mnore were ridiog two, and Btroettr, a
courier for Nogales, was riding tbe other
sol endeavoring tOjOvertske them. All
are believed to Le killed, at well as Oscar
Darwin and his psrtber, mining aesr by.
Usptaln Liwton crossed ibe rsilroad Ibis
morning on tbe trai', aao bu bees two
days wit hoot rations. It is believed tbe
Indians have a number of wounded ia tbe
Uuachmia monatains, aoar the tceae of
Isst week's figbf, and Lswtoa may overhaul
Tl.e editor of this paper was oao of
party ot ladies andgenthmea, abortoally
visited Towi send falls, about eight miles
south of Prrscott. The falls, or cataract,
are situated in a deep aad pictaresque
gorge ot WoltcreeS, thbatary ot tbe
Hassayampa Owing t the tortuous aad
rugged approach to tbem tbey have brea
visited by comparativtly few paoplc, t re
being not even a good trail leading to them
yet. When Wolt ereek is at its height tbe
water shoots over tbe rocks, with a perpen
dicular fall of lome sixty or seventy fet,
falling in tberre'er basin beneath witb a
deafening roar. The volume ot water, at
prescnt; beirg snail in tbe creek, it deceode
more in the shape of a cascade, forming a
broad 'ilvery bsnd on tbe rocks as it falls.
The spot Is ascclbded snd romantic oca
and one well worth tbe weary tramp re
quired tn reach it. Patties eta get withia
a few hundred yards of the falls oa horse
back, when a dismount is nrcessa-y aad
the bs'ancj of the j mrney has to be made
on foot, over rocks snd through aa seder
growth of brush, As ats3d, the place
has been visited by but few, aad until
a year or so ago ibe etirset bad not beea
nassed. Tbe iccideat, which gave rise te
iu cbristericg. was a somewhat ladiesoea
oae and will n i doubt be long remembered
by tbe party whose naue it bears. A
geotlemen, whose ebris iaa asaei Town-
send, stcompained a couple of ladies t!.ere
nd while assisting them i cross the stream
below tbe falls, bia feet suddenly slipped
on the rocks, worn smooth as gists, by tbe
ac ioa ol tbe wate-, and be fstl his eatiie
length, on bis back in tbe creek, bebg aa
effectually immersed, as if done by a Bsp
list minister. Witb the Towasead'a fall,
tbe ladies immediately cbiistesed tbe
water fall ia honor of bim aad tbey have
coin known as Townsead falls ever siece.
A force of men was seat oat yesterday
mornini, under telegraphic instracttens
trom New Totk. to place tho wagon road,
leading to the mines of tbe United tide
pper Company, in tboroogb repair.
Active preparations are being made, not
only to tsrt tbe furnace and start woik in
the mines but also to ouild a connecting
road, tn our branch railroad, as toon as
completed to the nearest point to tbe
This p-wder never varies. A msrvel of
pnritr. strength and wholesoaeness. Moro
economical tbn ttie ordinary kinds and ran
not be sold In competition with taa maltltaae
of low.test short cljrht. aloa or phosphate
Powders. Bold onlytn eaas. Koval3akUa
powdsr Go, 10S WaXl Street, Haw Tork.
HEISLER k POE, PROPRIETORS.
In order to better accommodate our customers, we have opened
in connection with our California market, (at South Monte
ruma street,) the Bull's Head market, North Monte
zuma street, next to the P. & O. Restaurant, near
the corner of Guriey Street, where we will
keep Jwys on band 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
sac ay side SXcsnls
Bas or floreqmrtsr
mj m.pqnmnr y
liaW rump and round.
Kswf plata bo1lla
asr alrlMaaad o-tcrhoua;atsfc.
sjswr prim laudtrlotu and cortr
IMBd aad etinrk
Met ob bv carcass or aide-
MMts Mwti ti all pins it
KELLY & STEPHENS
GOLDEN RULE STORE,
bv ta twaatad atoat
i tn aaa oasastabUaaatect tn Azixo-a.
Alii i tmiMt suck if tit Fmhs OrtgM CasskMfi CltWif. Ma
LcNEijJj. Pacific Ciast Fluatl UiwtMf,
AXS AX XSDLZSS TAUIKTT OT
Boots; and Shoes.
Magnificent Selection of LatU.s'
eraOKIllWlsar C OBIfERL AZ-9
JUsLES BAUM All,
Manufacturer of all Kinds of Strictly Pure Plain
Ice Creams and Water Ices.
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
CartK Strtst, E-St Sid. ot Plaza, ?um, Arizm.
Remember, that this is
Prescott where fresh,
THE LEADING HOTEL
The Only Hotel in Northern Arizona With
Hard Finished Rdoihs.
SITTING AND DINING ROOMS ARE THE LARGEST
AND BEST APPOINTED IN PRESCOTT
BOABD PER WEEK. $ OO.
H. A Kendall, Proprietor.
THE ONLY HOTEL IN TOWN.
(Sncceessor to Dan Hatz,)
SOUTH MONTEZUMA STREET, PRESCOTT.
Board and Lodring Per Week - - - $10
Board, By the Day - - - $1
LARGE AND AIRY ROOMS.
Sbta sritfry Atakd. fresh Brad Dlirecd tc aa j part ef Tew
itJ. TT, A-Stwa. tober 7, 1885.
Cm Johnston, Proprietress.
Only hotel in Prescott where patrons can obtain meals without
leaviup; the house.
AU THE DELICACIES OF THE SEASON SERVED.
Sptxna.1 attention, Paid to Faniiliea
Beat Tiksc Board, $7 Per Week, Finest Rooms in Prescott
Molton cfaoolderaadebnek ebopts
VnMnil prlmufhnp. jj
monbi aad loin chop.
Lamb shoulder and ies
Pork by oldeor quarter
PorK a anasr.
P-rtt pickle .
Heic cbee. .
Uver FuJJinc -.
.17 to 2)
the City ail Fort Whi!i Em te
and Children's Shoes, just arrive
absolutely the only 'place intl
pure candies are for sale.
ihtc. tai!iTixs3 atarsex.
Tbk Atizo.f a Jocrxal Mrasa' la aaa
lln d ev-rr tr tn the we.k cseau Stameae
Ibe. tzoxA "Akkt focu--iwBit
plUl itC tli X'rniorr.
THK AKIZOXA sSjaiasajS ,
OsToted to tie eomerr( aad 1
rrtU or tss Temtory.
Wari.T oae year, ait)
" " " sxxiaonttLs. , 9 at
If aseT zcav tm rssiltrni -
poatoSee or-cr or draft.
The Jocsut.-MnSBwi. la l.trrrA
sirier ti subscribers In tie city far at em la
Local notices wilt be Inserted at tee
cents a line for the rst Insertion aaa. taa
enu per Use for each snVequaat lasartlaa.
wrreaposuesce on. ail suBjecta or r-aaTSl
ntr reit will be accepted. aa news Erasa aa
ocality b solicited, opociaJU trom the aiaiajr
umpa aad arrieptrl dUtrtcts.
AU coatmunies jobs iboald be ii'ilrtnaa ta
bb Jocxi:,JIisk. Prtaeott, ArUoaa.
E. C Iiakz. Koooi So. 45. Mrrc--3t' J5x
ojuit.8a rao:lM. le ,ol azcul ror tba
i Uova JoAL-Mrx. in tb-i rtty. Re
S I horlxetl to COllnst mnnkv- rtt- tbl
t "lab ment, lake nrdem for -dr.rllatn.
- Una t.l ur otber buln dolTlii.
pon . tn f rfprMtlT ft tba pab
br. The Da T J"-k.-a-ivx mm
Akkvx ocKiAL-Mtssr Will bo roasd
8t as bta offlre.
Batea at ea (UTrrtlataaj -
t-aitti, Dttrui ctut
nmmii J3ile Court
(naroiee lK0tlcorlubUctIoaj See
rxwt ire Pictie
nj'rir.wn iar x;ek.
ii.k at umm v
ixv-cth wn-ac Ao- alas? mjiaasuBST
woms txiscrs SfSimW wmWaBI
.ijioiriru nssslff IsavWsFaa)
Atlantic & Pacific KwllmA
S T A T I O N S.
lo st aaa
Win alow .
. -Tee Nedle-
Fe a ttrr .
Bar tn w..
Tbrocah u keu to all Hnportantelt
aaa wear on aie n. tuo pnnci i
ViaLasnna to the lnllsu vlilaga ef
n Via Wlocuti to Fort Wtacate. S
Vl MaoueliU ta Fort rnnee (Xavaje
Kit -J) Si ml!e; Canon deCbells, So alitai
as dC non.Sjmilea.
laUolnruoE.trl-wceklr'atitas. to Fort
A acbe, ta raller: Hprtnsrrllle SB mllas;
ar.w jow. So rnllit; Tajionrllla. SSmilaa;
4oqnt InCian VII age (co rexalar ataaas) Be
Via avaja.d-Ur sUrato St. Joaas. M .
all: s-prloifarvHie&S mtla.
Via win lew to Brlci.m City aad Samsat
im -au rvr, uir lasea M an
aod Wlltp.e B-Trak.Sl mlleardatiTi
froa FrcotttoFaaiilz-nd tri-wceklf i
9 r KM. CIU
Via P aeb PDrinra la tba Or-nd r.m
am i -chihwo, li mil
.viaKtn.uan. a tj- atafca to Stoektaa
fllll. 10 nlllet: MID tfurlr lnmlln raik-t
via Tace to 8lgn a mile
VtaTLesdles. U.mrrv, Tdhi. rl-
orado river S(ney,Fort H-ve. Mcjsva City
" . .4 f r UV VMWl
W. A. BISSELU
neral Pjiiasostr AC-at.
D. B. ROBIN UN,
General M -oarer. Alb.aerqae.N. SC.
E. AL SANFORD.
ATTORN' EV-AT- LAW
OtBce oa Cortex Street, a fissr i
iu or jocks ax. ocice.
Dfi. V. K. AIJTisoaTH,
PatvaiciAB axii Bane aaa.
OSBaw OeiatimiU BalIdtD;,0rt7 aSJWSC
W1L E. Ht&MXW,
ATT 'UN EY-AT-LAW, TJ. f. COMMBS
8IONEK and ror Tr.i.it Ulitrlei OBan.
.avapai county. OOett next door to Rub
wnu, rrraeott. A.X. 9-1
i B. K. KOBIXSON,
Physiciak and Susgios.
OfSce oa Montezuma s treat.
Owe door North of Reese & Co's
L. F. EGGERS.
ATTOKNEY AT LAW.
DCSTTUCT ATTORNEY OF YAVAPAI
Otfce in Court House iTnxxM.
J. C HERNDON. I r.
HERNDON & HAWKINS,
ATTOKOEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW
Special attention to convejanc-Bf aaal
omce work of all kinds.
Attorney General or Abizobta.
-ttobskt A5i Cocxsaxofi
Orncx Over u tnk ot
t A. Rash. E. W. Well, Snaner Uowarsl
HUSH, WEILS 4 EOWAKO.
Attorneys aid -Joansellors at Law
Prescott. TsTspai County, Arixona. Wltl at.
tend prompijy to all business entrusted ta
them In the eourts of record In the territory
HENRY CLAY BURKE,
ATTORN ET AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW: '
sarwlll pr-ettee In alt the conrU of ArtsKmai, -and
before tbe varlr us DipaitmenU la Waaa-'
tncton.D. C. '
091c Room yo. 3. over Bnk of I itaaaa
Prescctr. A. T.
Bank Of Prescott,
SUC OESSOR TO '"
T. J. BcT'