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ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER
J. C Martin, Editor,
WEDNESDAY . .
...JUNE 2, 18SG
IK AVBICCLTTKAL KBMCRCEM.
From the Resource of Pirn County.
The popular belief that Arizona is
;sessed af little or no agricultural re
'irces, is being rapidly dissipated
noigb the experience of time. Only a
l time ago it was looked upon as a
, barren waste, and very much the
sarje ideas were entertained in this re
spect as were formerly expressed regard
ing southern California.
The different conditions governing
th-productions of the far weetern coun
try are misleading to the eastern farmer.
He looks to the clouds for promise of a
crop, while here the headgate and the
dean irrigating ditch are he main fac
ters of a reliable crop. The rich and
deep soil and perfect climate, with the
certain visitations of moisture through ir- j
rigation ditches, are positive conditions j
of a bountiful harvest, and nowhere else !
in the world can the fructifying labors of
the husbandman be more certainly relied
upon than in Arizona. To these condi
tions of perfection may also be added
the early seasons that bring the first
crons to maturity several weeks in ad
vance of those of southern California,
thereby insuring profitable prices, and
multiplicity of crops that be made to
succeed each other upon the same land
in a single ear.
And yet agriculture is still in its expe
rimental stage. With 'fully seventy
thousand acres cf land susceptible of ir
rigation in Pima county, the city of Tuc-
san alone imports in vegetables, cereals,
fruits, eggs, butter, etc., more than $50,
00a per month !The ignus fatuus of the
mines has left no room for this honor
able and quiet pursuit and the unevent
ful life of the farmer has but little attrac
lion for the roving fortune hunter, who
builds great castles upon each succeeding
discovery and, as a rule, finally finds a
grave through charity of a generous pub
A tMizxllag qurntloa.
The average small boy of the present
day is seldom at a loss for something to
say, even in the most embarassing situa
tions. Jtobby, a precocious youth of sir
summers, had been indulging in profan
ity, and in order to escape the punish
ment for which his mother made prepara
tions, he crawled under a barn and re
mained there in a state of siege for the
greater part of the afternoon. When his
father returned at night and learned how
matters stood, he made his way with
much difficulty under the barn in search
of the boy. "Hello, pa," said Bobby,
cheerfully, as his sire approached, "you
been swearing, too?" Boston Record.
An exchange claims to have discov
ered the method of Mr. Gladstone in
preparinz his creat speeches. It claims
he docs it in this way: He keeps a box
into which he is in the habit of throwing
cuttings from newspapers and other
memoranda of facts bearing upon the
subject in hand. On the morning of
the day preceding any great oration he
pscs through his box and picks out his
mtes of the particular facts which he
.-hes to use These he gums in their
. oper order upon a large sheet, and
-cs them as the posts upon which the
cch itself is to be hung. Then he
;ines himself to be actually speaking
.craposes his oration, in fact, in. his
JiMx.h.a. :s with it, he
dismisses the subject from his rnin2,and
occupies himself until the hour for
speakinc comes m reading a novel !
His memory is 1-0 great that his pre
viously composed sentences come back
to him without effort.
ft'oud Them at Uamr.
A telegram from Willcox states that
the hostiles recently attacked the ranch
of Mr. Puckett and attempted to mn
his horses off, but Mr. Puckett and his
men stood them orX From there they
went across to the Jones brothers' place,
near Hooker's hot springs, and attacked
the ranch. The Jones brothers hap
pened to be at home and defended the
place, shooting from the windows and
killing three of the Indians, whom they
scalped. No further news from this section.
riftjr lin Astlut tmc Sight.
The eagerness with which the daily
newspapers caught up the statement of
Edwin Booth's intoxication and the cold
blooded way in which they enlarged upon
it show that a good life fifty years long is
no protection against the folly r weak
ness of a single night. If the Almighty
judges men as mercilessly as do the
daily newspapers there will be no soul
The democratic press is laying ureat
stress upon the non-partisan action of
the Governor in appoi nting Mr. N. B.
Walker, of Tombstone, a Director of the
Insane Asylum, and alleging that he is
a republican. This is a huge joke to
those who remember the mr.gwump pro
clivities of he gentleman named, while
foreman of he political grand jury in
Tucson, made famctis by its services to
the democratic party. Citizen.
News, Notes and Comments.
Small pox has appeared at. Guaymas.
Governor Zulick's new bo.ird of insane
asylum diiector arc all dennocrats.
The latest telegraph news is to the ef
fect that Miss Folsom has been inter
viewed in London by a Buffalo woman
and declares she is not going to marry
The Epitaph says there is a rumor in
Tombstone to the effect that Senator
McPherson, Zulick's "boss," has given
him orders to reinstate the old board of
directors at once.
The Star would like to see Gevernor
Zulick offer $2,500 on behalf of the ter
ritory for the scalp of Geronimo, and
$250 for the scalp of each hostile who
may be captured or scalped.
Daring the past ten days orders for
upwards f two thousand cars have been
placed, and nearly all the works are full
of work for some time to come. All the
steel rail mills havs orders to last hem
John H. Harney, who for years, has
occupied tho position of Grand Secretary
of the Grand Lodge, Knights of P)thias
of California, has been arrested for em
bezzlement. His defalcation amounts ta
President Cleveland's prospective
grand-father-in-law died at the ripe age
of 86. His prospecrive morher-in law
however, is still alive and active enough
to make it lively for Grover if he violates
any of the domestic civil service reform
Our contemporary advises its demo
cratic contemporary, the Albuquerque
Democrat, "not to count its chickens
same issue it proceeds to counWooMf
01 young iieiuucriiiii $cjm y.miciic
eggs are even set. . rJ
The TombsiorStTemonrat and Tuc-
MOST PERFECT MADE
The Cream of Tartar used in DR. PRICE'S CREAM
BAKING POyDER is the purest in the world. The
crystals are from the finest Grapes, imported direct from
the vineyards of France.
Washington, D. C, April 23, 1885.
have analyzed the' Cream of Tartar used in Dr. Pricf fi
Haling Powder, and fina it of the highest degree of purif
PETER COLLIER. Chief Chemitt United State Department of AfricuHur
The following, Heads o.f the Great Universities and
Public Food Analysts, find Dr. Price's the purest t
strongest. Free from Ammom'a, free from Lime, fr e'
Alum, and recommend its use in" every family. yt-
Persons doubting the trahfulness of thU can write11 of the Chanista nxmrtt
Prof. It. OGDE.V DOREMUS, M. IX. L. U D., Bell. Medio! Collar -eTveW Tnrk.
Prof. IL C WHITE. State Cliemist, University Gawji". Athoas, Ga. ew I0
Prof. IS. C. KEDZIE. Late President State Board of I"" Vfch.
Prof. 1L M. SCHEFFEK. Analytical Chenist. St Louis, .
Prof. CHARLES E. DW1UUT, AnalyttcaTchemlst, wWung. Va.
Prof. JAMES F. BABCOCK, Sfc)ta Assayer. IiostoiL Mass.
Dr. ELLVS H. BARTLEY, It H. Chemist to the IVp't of Health , Brooklyn. V T
Prof. C U RTIS a HOWA Ul, M. So, Staritar Medical Co liege, ( JohmbSoMA
lTof. M. JJELFO.VTA1NE, AnalUcal CtanBt, Chicago IU? uumo "NO.
1'rof. It. S. . PATON. Lata Cherotst Health Department, Chief im m
Prof. JOIINM. ORDWAY, Mass. Institute of Technolog e. Bo slon.
lof. It. A. W1TTIIAUS, A. M., XL IX, University of Ba tklo, X Y
IYof. A. IL JsABIX State Chemist. Rnrllmrfnn VI
l'roLJOIlN BOItLAXDER. A. il.. M. V., Prof. C bemfefxv and Toslmi
"JOHece Medicine and surcery, Cincinnati, O. nv"
AUSTEN' 4 VTILIiER, IaCTeniistry.ButjfersCc ilfxc, New Bnmswlek VJ
of. GEOIM5E E. BAitKElS, ITof. Cuemistry Unlversil yltpTrhu:
1'rof. PETER COLLIER, Chief Chemist for the United S tales DemrOMi of Ant
culture. Wahinrtnn. IX (' 11 w
Profs. II EYS & RICE. Profs. Cliemistry, Ontario School PI Mimaer. Toimh n-A,
CPIIIl PRIZE. '$I5000D.
We do hfnh M.Mir.
8tte Ixjttery Compao' of the Ixsnlttaua
"tni control lb t. nd In prson mtn-
ia mat loo tarns Drlnt thenjelTi-.
T.ralmoil. and in r mn IntM with linnt'
Ilea. aUd V0 aVtllhf nuwl faith tnwnnlAlt r,nr
thl crtlict, w riae the Coinpuir i" ue
tarcaattactaed,!' 1th rac-lullea of ouraljci.
a lla advertisement.''
that we DpTTje
J the Monlhly and
jfWffyr rrtfrw tti
y iS-Jr- and wdl keepP
tDaaaaal liif ra.
We the undersigned KaoVa and .
I will pay all Prizes drawn In Thx55fii"ia
State Lotteries which mar fcpresented at
our counter. iz
Pres. "L'jjjfrsi National Bank,
r ynfi nrr-rn
iFyei. Sute National Bank.
Pres. New Orleans National Bank
Over half a Million Distributed.
A Nortolk (Va.) paper tells the story
of a negro who ag ;eed before the war to
purchase his freediom for $1,300. When
manumitted by P resident Lincoln's proc
lamation he had paid $Soc, but, feeling
bound by his 'promise, he has labored
ever since to e;irn the remaining $500,
and has just succeeded in paying the
last instalment sf the debt The name
of the cx-slave, who is a free man in
deed, is given as John Billups.
The Tucson Star speaks of Sam Purdy
as a good organizer and a "straight dem
ocrat." It is only a few moons ago since
Mr. Purdy was iircd out of the demo-
iuc party, through the backdoor, by,
its representatives in the. jth Legislative
Assembly. This action received the
hearty sanction of the Star at the time
who characterized Samuel as anything
but a "straight democrat." When did
he return to the fold ?
son Star ere engaged in
the offices among the democrats nt the
territory. Si tar they have -"lly reached
the Maricopa line with the positions all
taken. Where are cur (!itii. viatic con
temporaries, the Gazette a-.d Courier?
The Grand At my reunion at San
Francisao, August 8, is already attract
ing much attention. Many thousands
of old wterans au putting their affairs
in order for the trip across the conti
nent. The railroads have perfected ar
rangements lor carrying the immense
thron.; with speed, comfort and safety.
The San Francifco grand jury has re
turned final renorts to the court. The
majority report condemns the police
department, street i!epartmen', superior
court judges and prosecuting officers.
The minority report, which hss hut one
signature, compliments the departments
and officials condemned by the majority
Jacob Small, of San Francisco, has
brough a suit against his wife to compel
her to provide for him. His complaint
alleges that he is 69 jtrrs old, :n feeble
health and unable to support himself;
that his wife is worth :$7o,oco and ob
tains $4 75 rents a month from her real
estate and mortgages and has refused
him shelter and sustenance, maltreated
and abnsed him since the soth of Janu
ary of this year.
A very beautiful hitle piece of fiction
comes from New Mexico, via the large
metropolitan papers f the eastern cities.
It is to the effect that a. prospector of
that territory, with the honored name of
John Cuincy Adams, faund his haver
sack on fire, his prospector's glass hav
ing focused the sun's rays upon it As
the haversack contained about a dozea
pcunds ef powder, he dropped it and
got out of the way in a hurry. It fell
into a crevice, and a large amount of
rock was thrown up. Adams returned
mournfully to gather up what might be
left of his effects, and found an exceed
ingly rich vein ct or" which the eaplosion
had exposed to view. He sold a third
Interest in his find for Si 6,000, and very
consistently named the mine "The Nick
It seems that Moye Wicks only shot
"to scare" and has accordingly been ac
quitted. This style of shooting may be
all right in California, but down in this
"neck of woods" the man who pulls his
pistol and fails to get his man generally
gets taken in himself. Perhaps civiliza
tion has not yet reached that point in
Arizona, where it is safe to shoot at a
man just to frighten him.
Bjing Desirous ot Closing out My
STOCK OP MERCHANDISE,
I will selljmj entire stock of
Furnishing Goods, Notions
and a thousand things too numerous to mention, at
Prices that will Defy Competition
33. 33:. WEAVER.
L008U& Stfllf Ldipy Cssp&&jfj
Incorporated Id 15S8 ror 2S jear by the
Leglilatcre for educational ana Charitable
parpoaea with a capital of$l,000,Or-U. which
rve fund ot over tXOfM hdjt since Leer
By an overwhelming popular vote Ita frau.
ehlaewaa made a part or the pretentriUt
Couatltutlon adopted Deeerabtr2l, .. I). 1S78.
Ils Craad Miasle Xaaabrr liniMliia
take place aMitiklr. It iwver cler
PPbm. Lsakattfce ration lur Ul-
1S34 tirand JNonlblr
Extraordinary Quarterly Drawing,
Ae.emy r Xnalr. w Orleaaa
Tnratfaj-, Jane IS.
Under the persona! gopervlilou ana man
a cement or
Cfeauti. T. BVaarrrard.arXoalataaa, aad
mb. jini Jny. orvtrglala.
Capital Prize, $150,000.
Swtlec Tlpkria are Yea Italian Only.
alT a.U; 'iriha.:Trntha.si.
LIST Or PKIXKS.
1 VAflTXL. I'KIZKO I1.V1.CIV IU rr-n
i nnivit niivii T I
i urisd pitizE or aux'
a LAHOK I'K1Z8 OF in.nirt , jou)
4 LARGE I'KIZKS Ol'
30 PRIZK 1XK a,,ooo
50 do ,
ijv ao ; ooo
.sou do lauoo
DO do inn. 0,000
do 00 50.OW
ten Approximation mxea of tXO
UO do do 1U).
1(10 do do Tj
has bught oat the
oVcS upplitd with
rthe market affords.
GIVEN TO ALL
all Kinds f Game In Season.
Board per week
Mtnglq Meal -
"ov. i. I'rekeott.
Cantrifugal Holier Quartz
Concentrators and Ore
rin; Machinery ot Every Description,
F. A. HUNTINGTON,
45 Fremont Street,
mario 3m San Francisco, CaL
bULUVAN has just opened a I
stock of milinery and
ladies 'and Chiidrens 'Famishing I BRECHT & THRONE
in the a'.ore of D. J. FullTti. which ifca
propose to .-il u j- ic. wlil-h eanuo;
latl Ui k ve nt..rM. tl m- Ery
thine a and tn the .leit
Also ont- of the features. Call and ex
amine before ordering or purchasing else-
wnere. tnay 1 tf
At the Old Stand.
Uarry a full Stock of all Kinds
of Blacksmith, and "Wagon
Material, and' are pre- -pared
to do all
On Shorr Notion
pq HflllSF Agents for theOsborue
J.27S I Tliei , amocntlnu to JiJM
appl leatlon ror rata to cluba sboald b
naaecwo me omce or in company la
For fnither lnTomiatlon wr"te clearly, rlr
lnf full addreaa. NaTAL 9OTES, Kxpm
orainarj- iciwrr. uarreucy oy uprca
tafc our v.apEBv Minmiea.
New Orleani. La.
r U. A. BAvruix.
WaahlBf oa, B C
Adams' Self Regulating
TIVOLI SALOON, AG eandal
Make P. 0. Money Ordnrs payable
IRg aiBICbi nEglSlEIBU Lciiers
CW wlUAIl MATieXAi. B.I XK
51 pw Urlraaa. La,
m AND J. T.
'MONTE ZUMA, STREET,
Next Doar to J. W. Wilson's.
Precott, May 15.
SU MINGES & CO.
J. Addison Keavis, the baron of Salt
River, was in Madrid, Spam, from Jan
uary until May, and is now en route
home. He says he discovered the rec
ords of the Peralta grant and its royal
sanction. 1 his, he maintains, completes
the last link in ihe cain of evidence.
Keavis will be in New York in a few
A Buffalo man was surprised the other
morning when he saw a very rich and
very stinjy citizen out on his lawn with a
pan of bread crumbs feeding a
large flock of sparrows. "I see you are
up early and engaged in "a most hu
mane and kind-hearted act Feeding
bread to the little birds, eh?" "Kind
hearted be d d," answered the rich
man. "I'm feeding the blamed thincs
poison, d n 'em."
Mr. J . N. Dodsor. and wife are in from
the San Pedro. Mr. Dodson resides
near Eskiminzin's ranch, and when asked ;
if he thought the old Indian was in
symnathv with the hostiles, he scouted
the idea. He believes the Indian set
tlement there :o beat perfect peace with
the whites, znd not friendly to raiding
Apache. He sa the Indians there
are very joor and have not got enough
to cat, ana ina: only a tew days aso one
Indian offered is ell him a tine and
valuable pony for rive dollars with which
to purchase the necessaries ef life for
his children. Mr. Dodson thinks the
government ought to assist these
struggling Indians, who are trying to help
Our contemporary thinks that the
"great personal worth" of Uncle Jimmy
Fair is sure to return him to the United
State Senate. "Uncle Jimmy" is said
not to "hanicer after a re-election, but
if he should he has enough "personal
w or h" to buy he en ire Nevada legisla-
ure at prices that have ruled here pre
FJUK1U ANMTER5AltT OP THE
ffciaj July Sili,
TICKETS - $2.00.
MOST PERFECT MADE
rrepawd with apecial regard to heatto.
So Ammonia, lime or Alum. Y
PRICE MEMO POWER CO..
CWCACO. ST. LOUIS.
'The Nevada I.egisirturc has mos
generally, been Republican, and yet our
e. c. thinks it an easy matter to purchase
the outfit." So sayeth the Courier.
Uncle Jimmy Fair," a democrat, was j
the last senator elected from that state,
He didn't purchase any republican votes
010EST AND BEST IN ARIZONA.
Will Open on the 20th Inst
! Will Keep the Tables Well Sup
ALL THE DELICACIES
The Market Affords.
GAME IN SEASON.
There arc imitatitnsof the
celebrated and old reliable
J. B. Pace Tobaccos.
Thegemine has the
Board, per week $7.00
Single MeIg. 50
Ooen Day a.nd Night.
FULL NAME J. B. PACE,
on the tin tag.
Don't be deceived. You nr
: .1 ! ;l
iwpuseu upon 11 me in
itials JJ arc not
on the tin
0I Bock and Lager, ; N f h , &
! Rettor thin Ihp h-t iTV.nnrtr-,1 ",W W
The Washington Critic is very enthu-
s!a-:;c in its endorsement of Delegate
n"s resolution to offer a reward of
.. ?,003 fc: Geror..r..o's capture. It says:
ere such a. public enemy upon the
rath in any cf the states, he would
rafed and brought to bay in a wee!
1 jvemor woulo issue a proclama-
usr. o'Tenng a reward for his head, and
h: :;-'id would be promptly forthcoming.
why should r.ot the government cf the
United States make a similar offer, and
at or.ee for the riends who have been
terrcmins the territories of Arizana and
New Mexico for months, desolating the
scattering settlements and defying the
The heliograph, cr sue writing, or sig
naling 'instrument, is now being used
regularly in this military department
and signals are instantaneously trans
mitted over fifty miles by this means. It
beats Geronimo signal tires, but
like them operates from the summits of
the highest mountains. Herald.
FOR SALE BY THE
MOST PERTFfrr uanr
ike Barrel, Keg and Bottle,
The average Rhode Island farmer,
says a Providence letter, "depends for a
living on carting the rocks from his land
to the city, to be sold for 75 cents a ton.
Rocks are about the only crop many of I
the farms yield, and it has the advantage
of being perennial, and can be always
A fashionable young man has acquired
considerable tarns as a musical bore on
the violin. One night at a social he was
going to send for a violin and draw a
few of Ucethoven s symphonies out of it
by the tail, as it were. To his amaZe-
mcrt all the gentlemen present volus
teetcd to go far the fiddle, and up to
date r.onc of them !:ae got back w:th
it. For dispersing a crowd no imple
ment of war has yet bsei, invented to
rival the fidd!?; Texas Sittii.gs.
Southern papers accuse old Eskim-
lr.rin ot turnisnmg the hostiles with
I ammunition. I he above chief claims
to be a friend of the whites, being en
gaged in farming, but has for a long time
been looked upon with suspicion bv his
The hoisting woik of the Grand Cen
tral mine, at Tombstone, have been de
suojed by fire. The Joss is estimated
FSOI'UM H.K Fat UR.11.1 AXD HAY.
HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF
orncE or the chikfqitartkrsiahtek.
WlIII'FLE BAKKACK&. PjtKSCOTT, A. T.,
May 17, lst.
SEALED Proposal!. In trioleate, sublet to
the usual conditions, will be received at thU
ofice only until 12 o'clock, noon,
SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1SS3,
when tbey will be opened in the presence of
inch tuddcra as may atUnd, (or the dellrcry
at Bowie Eta'ion. A. T.. durlne the period
commencing .July 1, and endine December SI.
lXSti, ot one million, fire hundred ttoufand
IfiOOfiOO) pounds of Oit or Barley ia facks
and two million (2,000,000) pounds of Baled
(Bidders will be careful to state precisely
the kind of Hay they propose tn furnish,
whether Barley. Wheat, Bottom, Alfalfa, Ac.
They Gorernment reserves tne ncht to re
jct any or all proposals, or to accept any
Wank proposals, citing fall instructions as
to the manner of biddinc will be furnished on
ppliration to th! office, or to the Tost
Quartrmattcrs t Fort Bowie, Kort Thomas.
Kort Loweil and Fort Huachuca, J.T, or to
the vuartermasler'a Aeeut at Maricopa, Ben
and Bowie eution, A. T.
Envelopes containing oroposals should be
marked "PrososaU f r Supplies,' and ad-
drerd to the Chief Quartermaster of the
A. S. KIMBALL.
Quartermaster V. H. A.
May 19, 4t June 16 17 15
for a less quantity than the total bid
GOO J CLEAN BEDS.
CornerGranite and Goodwin
The public will be welcome.
JOHN SORG, Prop.
In pre-enlegi (n away
cnd us five esatu pout
arc, nnil bv mall you
will set free it packare
of goo l o laree value, that will sun yon In
" .iirtt "I'iN-iuiHv nnnc 301 in ruoaoi
foter limn ..n.Tfi,.nc -l In America. All
about th- Ji.nnjin pr-ntH ltu each lox.
Aitrnlswnn ! cvrj whern of either ex. of
all ", for nil th- iime or spare time only,
rown-k ornt n nr own honiea. Korinne
tor nil workfn -i.kolnSely miucl, don't
delay. Ii. luilett a. Uo. TorlUn i ilaiuc.
Carpenters & Guilders.
jhop on Cortez Street, opposite
vitj J:eed lard.
Estimates and specifications
AJ1 kindsof Job Work promptly
Electric Night Bell or Gurlv St
mrrri " :- .-r
Assayer and Metellurgical Che.
Asayioj; of every kind of
ORE AND BUIUOtf
Analyse of Minerals, Furnace
Bridge Barber Shop
On the Granite Creec bridge, Hurley Street, j
Hot and Cold Soft ' Wa'cr Baths.
SHAVING, 25 Cents.
129 4 131 SAHS0ME STREET.
3fake the best and most durable
Boots and Shoes on the Pacific
Coast. Buy no other.
No Chinese Fmployed.
bar aov & crwHevrcttich win U fnrmUb!
CASKETS and COFF
la larya aaaartnent
Embalminy Done in tin Latest
Style if tht Art
SOUTH SIDE PLAZA.
Mob term a St., nexf torBones A fipaae
I with to notify the public that I cava
e?ibI? Popular place and tll keep th
ft atock of tood In northern Arizona. In.
CHARGES FOR ASSAYING ORES.
tor Silrer, Alone i 50
" Silrer and Gold 2 00
" Led. ico
" Copper 1 00
" Iron 4 00
USISJIAlIt (vtUM.IT ATI VK OR QtT.OT-
For Zinc, Tin, Arsenic.
Or any other metal, at rates as LOW as j
consisistent with careful work
Centrally located on Montezuma
A fewJoora north of the Flax.
Yirst-elass rooms good, clean bed
srd best of accommodations
for the traveling public.
Rooms by Day, Week or Month
Wines, Liquors Cigars
J. J. Gcxx, Prop
CBa?S?ifci NEW TREATMENT 1
al the CATAKHH la C l'itI.
1 2 C
rv. lJ't mVVlI0 Km-1
In t ATARKII of aal Threat
rperex.,-,recnrt1 m x t IVmedy
?h?""? oroorfertTTri rtaniiat PrS.'
If Ions are tSeitrd comspoc4ec
by run. ai.ee.
The underfilled wih to to tell their
STOCK and RANGE
W. Z. WILSON k Co Lower Agua IVia I
C.S.Hutchinson & Co
DPHC ilSTS AND APOTHECARIES
Prescription Clerk in AtttndaaM Day
Haw ami. hn.in. .1 - -......
Yard, eaat aide or Plaza, next to rcrMitr.
eiurs, naTe ine larjui aoonment or
ar prepared at the ihorsfnotlee to III
allora. n with prociptneng a ad aiipatch
Flour, Grain and Bran.
Tsken in exchange for Lumber at
W. Z. WIIOX Sr CO.
KANSAS CITY, MO.
Does a Geneal Banking Business.
Forty milej aontheaat of Puiiott.
For Dartlculara enouire of Clark ..
I. or Bash ford A Co or on the ranch.
xn25 la MITCHELL ECOTT.
Saloon & Lodging House i
Cortez Street, Opposite Office Row.
Wines, Liquors and cigars of a rood
I quality always on hand. Neat aadclean
beds, well ventilated rooms.
BAM OF AEJZ0NA
PRESCOTT, A. T.
BaUhlUhe2, irr. Tha Cldett Bask la ths
it. .S. BOKMia-rjCK. .K.Uaiei.ti. '
f California au
. -Srtr Vark
Jas. T. Thrnton
W. W. St. Clair
M. R. Thornts k
The New Bakery,
Moirrunu Sr. near Gcrlit.
Hat been Twptnet by the nndertir:ed.Bre?
flellvered to anT part of the city.
J. F.T110RBEKE, IVop.
J5!fHf n.d.,Tleeriy)ble Eiehaars 03 all tha
Prtaclpaj cm., or t. Untt-d SUt. fc!iiM
Gurley S:reet,n4xt to fostomce, formerly
Arizona Brewery Saloon.
Best 'ines, Liquors and Cigars in
the market always cn hand.
Beer on Draught or by ths Buttle