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ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER.
PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1886.
VOL. XXII No 19.
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TSIBt WIW 11) BHH'BCT.
"It is of lha utmost iuportaocQ to tbe
ceunty (Yarapai) tod the territory tbat the
true principles cif Democracy tbould prts
Thus i peak D. J. i. ia the Courier of
the Ztih Inst.
It would certainly be a kg undertak
iog for D. J. S. to define, at this tisse, tbt
"true principle of Democracy." Every,
body knowj what 0niocracy meant twen
ty firs years ago, but it would take mora
than a Daniel to correctly gie u Demo
cratic principles at this tisae.
Its policy i to get all tbe offices for its
aaberants, and as there are not enough
iederal places for all democrats, tbe dkase
has gone forth to grab tbe territorial and
D. J. a defiaea, in the article under re
view, a principle thU4. "Tbe success ot
tbe party in the coming casapaiga is of
more importance iban tbe success of any
indmdu'," ergo. tDe success ol a party in
getting its henchmen into office, is a prin
ciple. D. J. 8. further says "it at lions (i. en
the party") must ba based upon principles
tbat will appesl to every Democrat," and
yet tbe only principle he suggests or
recommend4 is the succew of tbe party.
Democrats are profose in promise. In
1884 the party went before tbe country
with "reform" the Slogan of tbe contest.
If intrusted with the reins of the govern
ment it would reform tbe civil service, re
model tbo tariff, tbe 8300.)00,000 would be
distributed i tbe channels of trade and
thus cieate a baom for tbe delectation of
the people who hal been so mercilessly
trodden under foot by tbe republican.
Republican villtaoy was ta be exposed, an
the "rascals" to be kicked out and honest
men, yea, "honest" Democrats, to be in
Ilave these promises bees keptt No re
forms in tbe administration of the govern
ment are visible even with a telescope of
the taacnifting power of the Lick instru
nient thortly to be erected on Mount
l'be evil crriw baa bn entirety dis
regarded, and competent man havo been
rvuiuved to give placs for men notoriously
nnfit for positions as-igned them.
The attempt at tariff legislation ha
been a sUndiu ninas: to tbe industrial
pursuit of the country since the party has
been in power. The country is indebted
to Representative Randall, of Pennsylvania,
a protectionist democrat with 'berepublt
cans lor tbe defeat of the Morrison
Instead of reduciag the surplus in the
treasury and pouring it into tbe channel
of trade, it ha increased tbe amount f 15 -OOO.tOO,
while 8144,000,000 of bond are
ready to Ik; aken up and paid eff and thus
sire tbe interest on that sum, and still this
ecoaumical party refuse to call in these
bom's, and the truth is tbat tbere is cow
a gri-atcr surplus in tbe treasury tban tbe
'rascal! "' Jepublicauti ctcr bad.
Tbe rascal?," instead of being turned
oat, are put in. So such venality waa
erer charged r shown against a republi
can attorney-general a that shown to ex
ist against the incumbent of thatelSce
ren a committee harms oa it a ni jonty
ot bis own party could tot whitewash him
sufficiently to corer tbe deforaiity of hi
acts in tbe Pan Electric scandal, and not-
ilhstandiog tbe amircbing be leceived in
that committee, Ibe good Grover keeps him
as a member ot his political fasail, and
as tbe legal .lvi-er of bis administration-
Garland' Pan Electric scln-uie equals, if
it does not surpass, Oaks Ames" Credit Mo-
biler scandal. The latter wa condemned
by bis pstty, and all honorable men of all
partie, while tbe former i held in high
esteem, not only by his party but kept in
tbe cabinet by the Preident, thereby vir
tually making the offense hi own and that
of bis party. Utoj.
Thre is one peculiar feature iu tbe
divorce law of Arizona, which provides
that a husband or wife can procure a
divorce if they have good reaou to be
lieve that their respective partners in jey
au'l sorrow intend to. or possibly may go
wrong. On pig 335 compiled laws in the
act entitled "An act concerning Divorcts
Approved "Feb. 10. 1871." after six various
ground for dtvotc; are cited, section 7
reads a tollows. "Ana whereas in
developments of untrue events case may
be presented before the courts falling sub
stantially within tbe limits of tbe law, as
hereinafter tated, yet not within iu terms
it is enacteU tnai wuenerer a laue wao
bears a case for divorce, deem tbe case to
be within the reason of the law, within the
general michief the law is intended to rem.
edv or within nrhatitmay be presumed would
bTe bsea provid! agiiust by the forego
ing eases of divorce had it foreseen tbe
specific esse an J found language tamest
it without wclaiing cues not witmn the
same rcisoa. be shall grsot a divoica."'
Hence we take it, tbat if a huibaad has a
reepsnsil'le doubt about the faithfulntss of
bis wife, be can meiitijn his ?upicions in
court, and obtain a divoret G.iett:
As tbe Isw cow stands a couple may be
divorced at tbe discretion of the Jud&
before whom they appeir whether the
grounds upon w!iici the application i
biici amount to much or not.
atosjers va. Strati.
In this case tbe Commissioner cX tbe Gen
era! Laud Omc has ordered the Register
and Rtcetvtr tn take testimony as to the
right cf Mr. Scetl in the contest. It
will be rememberrd that Mr. Scott some
time since eopma:sd an action for a di
votes, and obtained an order restraining
John F. Stt trom relinuisbiog hi ere-
eruption claim. Pending tke injunction,
Scett violated it by relinquishing his pre
emptton right,nd thn "jumped" the coun
try. Sua obtained a decrctt of di force
which also gave ber Scott" interest in the
a sasaBitlaa CatwaL
An old phrslclan, retired from prac
Lt1ec bad placed In bis hand by an
India niisslosarr the formula ot a simple
etable remedy for the speedy and permane3
cure oi consumption, uroncnius, laiarrn
Asthma and all throat and lun? affections,
also a positive and radical enre for Xerront
DeMUty and all Xerrous Complaints, after
baTim: tested its wonderful cuntlre powers
In thousands of cases, hat felt it his duty to
malce it tcown ta mt sunennc; renews, Ac
tuated by this motive and a desire to relelre
human eufferinc I will send free of chsree.to
all who desire it, this recipe, in German
French or Enrllsn, with full direction (o-
preptrins; and nttng. Sent by mail by ad
dressing witn stamp, ii trains mis paper, n
A. NOTES, I Power' Block. Rochetter,
Kew zork. iovcewuy
Ta Wkw It assy Vvurerm
All small tawus are addicted tit gossip
and scandal. Prescott is siid to be no
exception to the ru e.
Nearly every nan know or pr tends to
know something about bis neigh
bor' business. Tbere is no barm in Ibis
so long a the knowledge, i not abused .
It can scarcely be otherwise in so (mall a
a place, althou h it would be far better if
every man and woman had enough of
tbtirown business to attend to to keep
tbtm from giving tint and thought to
affair about which thay should btve no
Petty jealousies and enviou ta!ebcar
ing U Indulged in possibly ior the want of
sometbiag better ta do, but if all kinds of
vermin the tale bearing mischief-maker 1
the vilest. The one who mysteriouily
informs yeu that Mr. So and So is no frier d
of your, the one who i always ebeiriog
something derogatory of somebody, but
what can never givo authority for hi or
her innuendoes nor trace them to any
authentic source; tbe tattler; the
chronic scandal-monger and tale
bearer who delights in breeding dissensions
among neighbors and friends ry retailing
etery little bit of gossip they my chance
to hear, distorted irequintly by an exsg
gerated coloring of their own. Such people
are dangerous in any community and they
should not be encouraged. Tbey arc ex
ceedingly dangerou when guided by mali
cious people who frequently ue them as a
means of injuring some one whom tbey
dislike. There is no necessity for conflict
of interest among the citizens of Prescott,
tbey should work in harmony for a com
mon purpose, i.e. to build np the toan
morally, aocially and commercially. They
should not be uspicous and envious of
each other, and individual should not try
to exalt themselves by tearing others down
When such a policy is aloptod tor gns
sip and aviscbief-maker will fiad nothing
congenial in ths society of Prcicott.
Railroad nd better times will prolubly
change thing. M.
Special Telegram to Inter Ocean .
VVashin'ton, July 23. The Uou cthis
moinicg agreed to thu report of the Con
ference Committee on tbe disagreement to
the Senate amendment on tbe bid restrict
ing special legislation ''n the Territories.
The substance ol this report was published
a few .Iys since. The report rtcommen
That the House recede from it disagree
ent to enste amendment S, and agree
to the same with tha following amend
ment!: Insert at the eni of jrcttoit 3,
Except that in addi'iou to a-iv indebted.
ness created for such pirjwwjs til. Lrtis
lature may authorize a loan fur the ereo
tien of penal, cbantabie, or rducitiocal
in.tituticns for such Territory it tbo total
indebtedness of tbe Territrry ii not tb-n by
made to rxcsd I per c:ut up-jj the
asaeased value of the tax ibV property iu
uch Territory as shown by tta uueonfil
aaaessment. for taxation, and nothing in
this act shall be construed to prohibit the
refuudiog of any exisumr indi'.itj.liiea of
such Territory or of any poiltual or inntd
cipal corporation, county, or subdivision
That tbe Hou;e rccrde"rom its disagree
ment to tbe amendment mi-le by the txa-
te fixing the lititt of indebtednes of
counties for S per cent ot the ne&5ca
valuation of in property, nd agree to the
same with an amendment (nuking tbe limit
4 per cent instead of 2 and at. the end ot
sectin4 to insert the lo lowing:
"Tbat nothing in this act contained shsll
be so construed to effect tbe validity ol any
act of any Territorial LrUlature hereto
fore enacted, or ot any organuttioas fus
ing or contracted hereunder, nor t- pre
clude the issuing of bonds already contracted
for in pursuance of express pioriiions of
law; nor to prevent any Territorial Legis
lature frern legalizing the acts of auy coun
ty, municipal corporation or ttubdivision of
any Territory as to any bonds heretoiore
issued or contracted to be issued."
Tbe Senate bat also agrcod to the report,
and tbe bill cow needs bat the sign atn:
of tbe President to become a law.
fietat va. Ckaee.
The commissioner of the G. L. O. has
transmitted to the U. 8. bind i'ffice hare
an opinion in this case which cancels tho
entry of Everett A. Chase and sustains the
entry of Joseph Dnt.
This cue has bsea one of unusutl impor
tance, bavitig b.-en virtually tried twice in
the land offics. Uha3e in 1331 entered
tbe land, bat gave the wiong numbers, and
in the fall of tb at year If It tbe land and
ha not been on it sice: June 1883,
wten be male final proof.
In 1884, Dei t Coding tbe pltce victor.
settled on t and filed bis hoaie?teid entry
Cutis subsequently discovered thj error
and maac cpplictttju t j im1 this entry.
To this entry Dent filed a protest and ths
department irdercd a beating wbic'l w
bad in December. 1884 at which Dent was
sot allowed to cross-exiiniue Chase's wit
Upon thi error a new bearing wks ir
dered. and took place in Mas 1885. SuU.
jrquently the departm-nt ordered the Reg
itter and Receiver tJ file their opinions.
The officers non-cjecurrrd tho Register
deciding fer Cbati; and the Receiver for
Dent. The opinion of the Rscciver was
attained in every particular.
Rush 4 Wells appeared fir Chaae. Mr
Sanford appeared for Dent, and fought the
case at every etp, and to whose mtnag
meat ranch credit ahould be given for the
decision, for it Is csrtsinly a great victory.
rkew! Tkaaer aa I.tsntealBK'
Waua'C It Wkoatper! Manea-i
Ride into office without spending money I
Has such a thing ever been possible
ameng democrats in Yavapai County?
How is it J. A. R., E. J. a, J. R. W.
etc have election cimpaigns ever cost yon
If they have in the past just call oa
"D.J.8." and he will givo you a recipe
which will save yeu in the future.
California legislators seem to be some
what mixed on tho subject of whether
or not it is their duty to elect a U. S
senator during the extra session.
News. Notes aid Comnieats.
Consul Escobar says there is no back
down in his government. He says they
will fight first. The honor of the nation
will not permit the least giving way in
this Cutting business. El Paso Times.
Congressman Beach, who is ill at his
homeinCornwall, N. Y , is delirious and
most of the time is worrying about his
correspondence and the tariff question.
WANTS AN OPINION.
Washington, July 26 The President
has referred the olenurarine bill to
Attorney-General Garland for an opinion
as to its constitutionality.
A GREAT DEMOCRAT DEAD.
New" York, July 26 Hubert O.
Thompson, a leader in the county de
mocracy organization, died very sudden
ly this morning.
THE QUEEN Or THE TURF.
New York, July 26 A week ago Maud
S. trotted a quarter of t mile in 31 j
seconds, a 2:06 gait. Yesterday she
made a quarter in 50 seconds, a 2:02
gait. Bonner expects to lower her mile
record of 2:085 .
LISTEN TO THIS.
It is now a settled fact the headquar
ters of the newly created military depart
ment consisting f New Mexico and
Arizona, will be located at Albuquer
que. This will. not make any change
for the present with the district head
quaaters at Santa Fe. Las Cruxes Re
publican. They still persist in counting their
chickens before they are hatched.
THE AXE MURDERER CONVICTED.
Osage Mission, Kan, July 28 Willie
Sells, the young axe murderer, was con
victed to-day of murder in the first de
gree and will probably be sentenced to
the penitentiary for life. He is recog
nized as entirely too young to be
hanged, being ten years of age.
A list of Senators who do not use
tobaco, to be hung up in Sunday schcal
rooms for the encouragement of Robert
Reeds: Messrs Aldricb, Blait; Colquitt,
Dawes, Dolpb, Hoar, Jones of Nevada
McMillan, Miller, Mitchell, of Oregon,
Morgan, Pike, Plumb, Teller, Van
Wjck and Payne.
THE CUTTING CASE.
Consul Bngham received no
advices or dispatches of any kind yester
day, an d the whole case remains in
statu quo. with the exception of an
increasingly bitter feeling among the
Mexicans themselves. They think they
are abundantly able to clean out all of
the Americanos in Paso del Norte before
breakfast El Paso Time, JulY 27.
ENOUGH FOR WEEPING,
c- a t.... t..i.. rvi
onel Nelson Plato, ex-collector of the
Corpus Christi district, who was recently
sentenced to two years imprisonment for
embezzlement while in office, received
the President's pardon to-day, and was
so overcome with joy that he wepL
Washington, July 28.-The President's
mother-in-law arrived at the white
house this morning. This is her first
oiricial visit, she will remain- several
Mr. W. H. Wilfcie, Zanjero of the
grand canal, came into town this after
noon about one o'clock and reported that
on making his rounds this forenoon he
found a man dead in the canal, about a
quarter of a mile above the site of the
old Crisraor. TiilL Mr. Wilkic pulled
him out and then returned to Phenix
and the circumstance was reported to
the coroner. An eight mule team and
two loaded wagons were standing in
the road about twenty-five yards
away from where the man was found,
and it believed here that he is a teamster
who brought flour down from the Tenipe
mill a day or two since, and loaded back
with grain from some ranch below town
and was on his way back.
He appears to be a rather slender man,
with sandy complexion, and nearly six
feet talL He seems to be a stranger
about Phenix. The coroner has left to
bring in the body. Herald.
RETURNED the MONEY
A burglar was going through a house
in a Dakota town one night and discov
ered an exceptionally large roll of money
Curious ta know whether he had broken
into an e litor's house or that of some
other variety o! capitalist, he turned
to the owner, who had just awakened
"Excuse me, Colonel, but I would like
to inquire liw you came by such an
unusual wad of wealth?'
"Sir," replied the moneyed man, "I am
a member of the territorial leislituri"
"A thousand pardons" exclaimed the
plite burglar, dropping the money.
"Shake. We never steal from mem
bers of the profession. Good nighL"
A BRUTE LIGHTLY PUNISHED.
At Oron, Oldham Co.Ky., on Wed
nesday, a school teacher named Webster
detained three af his pupils, little girls
7, S and 9 years of age, after the other
scholars left. When the room was
cleared he locked the" door and deliber
ately outraged the three children. He
was caught, stripped naked, tied to a tree
and given a hundred lashes. He was
given five minutes to leave the country.
The little gitls are in a precarious condition.
Xtur.l. tke Poet.
Yts! bU iVmt uitue it Ntmesi,
And he's aiitttn up bis Thetis,
tut ht dr-i-u from Swift tbe leases,
co to )sk.
And he h uutover p'ou,
Wbi!t Lis fiirm ia cn the bias,
God I bow be love tn suv n
With that iqceak.
For be tits co education,
And hi- bet in j took vacation,
'Bout 1 he time of bis creation,
So to speak.
And upon mtture reflection,
Taking each distinct bisection,
I've decided his complexion1
Though his sb'rt bis not a rimple
Mor his best dies chin a dimple,
Yet be boasts a chronic pimple
On bis beak.
And hi voice ia not reliant
For at time he is defitnt
And at times it is a pliant
Now it seems to me so funny,
Thtt this half-detaented sonny,
Should be in need of tnouey
Bo to speak.
While his only aim and best is
Nobby clotbtug for thisgeat is
Just a bit non compos mentis
Like and weak.
Now the moral of this dity,
To him that would be witty
Is, to scrub abaut tbe city,
Oa bis chcik.
N. B. To be set to music and be sung
at th; Prescott Jubilf e.
A youtblnl poet jait abloom
With lofty thoughts Inspired,
Aad rich with philosophic air,
8y long research acquired.
Devised a style of strange conceit,
Thit which he thought to try oa
Would make of him tbrougho.it the land,
A literary liou.
No jingliog rhymes and solemu chime?,
Of words and fancy blending
Should e'er invade bis stately verse
'The public tastes cfftiiding.
Exalted strain and metaphors
In grand heroic measure.
And logic rich with rhetoric.
He'd introduce at pleasure.
In which the wise would readily
Discover bis rare invention
To court the praise of common folks
Was not his high intentioa.
Ue wrote, then waited long to Lcir,
The wave of approbation
Th.t surely could aot fail to coaiv
From town and state and nv.loa .
It never came, he tried sgain.
His confiience recruited,
A song of war in martial style
Was what bis genie suited.
O'er Gettysburg aad Shilob' hills.
His frenzied apirilrage,
And warlike terms snd solemn trr.in.'
His iett pen eogsgts.
Tsure this mulftndt to p'raee,
Exp't'aite rsiar kbU i.ttie,
Were all so vividly expirssed
It altny. smelt of battle.
But still no welcome sonnd-tjf faine
Retrenched his anx oui spirit,
Tho millions could not ncogum
His great poetic ment.
Then sore depieaied lie turned ct 1-st
And mueed a tender ditty.
In simple chords within whose tones
Were mingled love and pity.
And million felt it silent thrill,
With gratitude unbounded,
While high and lew through atl the land,
Tbe author" ftrss resounded.
tietter 1.1a t-
Tbe following is tbe list of letters
remaining at the Post Office in Prescott,
Arizona, for the week ending July 22 d
Burton, Jas Mceham, Jno
Bockly, Wm M Mc Ne.ly F L Hrs
Bland, F Miss Miller, TE
Curtis, J A Rosenthal A
DunIsp,Wm Robbin, VR
Ftlkeaer, Wm Rider, C
Gilmorc, J A Itippo, Carl
Green, Walter Rippc Bro
Green, Elizi Mrs Simmons, P
Hill, Joseph Swtrner, Harry
Ltbarrr, LoaW Thomp'n, SI Mis
Liusing, Elwin J Zafelt,'.! J
Alexandra, Rata Liu:, Krj;r
Call fer advertised letters.
J H A MARSH,
Thla powder never varies. A marvtl of
purity, streneth and wholcsosaenets. Mori
economical thin the ordinary kinds and can
not be told In competition with ths mul tltude
otlow.test short eight, alnm or phosphate
Powder. Sold only in cans. Royal Baklor
powder Co, 100 Wall street, Sew Tork.
I call the attention of the stockmen to ray celebrated STER
LING ORGANS for sweetness of tone, beauty and durability
of finish, they cannot be excelled.
in To one point of excellence especially, 1 would direct ou where-
wothey surpass all other orgaus for this climate. Every piece of
staod used in their construction is artificially seasoned and will
stand the dryness of this climate while other organs are falling to
pieces. Even- oue warranted, and I am always here to make my
Make your Wife or
and add to the comfort of your
beautiful instruments. I will sell
or trade them for cattle.
My Stock of Gold and Silver Watches.
Fine jewelry of all descriptions is always the finest in the terri
tory and will not be UNDERSOLD.
1 am Kilicg bandsomo Ltdies" Gold Watches at low as S4o and 90O.
Four ounce silver case with Waltham or Elfin stem wiodine watch for SIS and urnr rdt-
Ea7Specil attention paid to tine watch work
wi;n good wort, from pi attention paid to all
WM. HEISLER, PROPRIETOR.
In rder to better accommodate our customers, we have opened
in connection with our California market, (at South Monte
zuma street,) the Bull's Head marker, North Monte
zuma street, next to the P.. & 0. Restaurant, near
the coirar of Gurley Street, where we will
keep always on handjtqebest assortment and quality of meats, which we will sell
the following induced prices for cash, to which the attention of the public
Beef by htndquarter..
ceei oy zorequaner
Beef rump and roand.
er riD roan.
KMf plaU bolllnc,
Betf alrlola and
oterhounn ttat is
Beef prima teudcrloln and
Beef raund and chuck ate
Mutton bv careaaa or tide.
Meats Qelirerc. to all parts of
Miss C. Johnston, Proprietress
Only hotel in Prescott where
leavnur the house.
ALL THE DELICACIES OF THE SEASON SERVED.
Special attention Paid to Families
Best Table Board, $7 Per Week. Finest Rooms in Prescot
he mn wn.
GURLEY STREET, OPP, SEW CLUB BOOMS,
WILL ALWAYS BE
KELLY & STEPHENS!
GOLDEN RULE STORE,
bate ta Lrcet aad afewt CanfoUj u atdfitock
Of General Merchandise
isi Cnpliti stock if the Famous Oregon Cassiiere Clothing. Bla
Liud Boris. Pacific Coast Flannel Underwear,
1SDAS EKDIXad VARIETY Oi"
a 3 ci ngham Hecht's
Boots! and Shoes.
areTer'aeatnaaaoneettablliai:tts Ariiant. (f
NORTHWEST CORNER PLAZA.
THE LEADING HOTEL OF PRESCOTT
The Only Hotel in
Hard Finished RDoms.
SITTING AND DINING ROOMS ARE THE LARGE S
AND BEST APPOINTED IN PRESCOTT.
Fine Booms 50c
THIS HOTEL, WHIUH HAS JUST BEEN OPENED, IS SE '
and furnished in every particular with allthe co ivenienct-.
to make it a
It is situated in the center of the city, within fifty yards of tin.
Postoffice, and is.the MOST COSTNIENT HOUSE in Norther n
Arizona. Particular Attention Paid to the Comfort of my Guest -
Seb Anmnller, Prop.
CHASE & STEINWAY
home by purchasing oneoi these
them for cash, approved note
and .jiwelry repairing and pricet consistent
business from tne country.
CURRY, Prescott, A. T.
Mutton shoulder and chuck chop. 10
Mn-.ton prime ,h"r .' IS
JIattoaler- , 15
I -Tnti l.y .1,1 f. 15
Lkmb ribs and loin chop- "Ji
Lamb shoulder and '-f- V-$
!rk by ftldeor quarter It
Cork --, j to es
Fork tacre i-
l'ork pickle . .1
itoUKnjt Kat-ce. ,. IS
Wild cnM-e .
Liver puddtnc 12)4
the City and Fort Whiiole Eree
patrons can obtain meals without
Liquors and Cigars
SERVED TO PATRONS
Northern Arizona With
A, Kendall, Proprietor.
and $1 Per Day.
(avTata.SC fltlXTXXti Call)
Till AKIZO.VA JOCSUCAX. HlXSB 1 M
iQ t every day In me weak exee.-t San da
TlIEAXIZOXA WKKKL.T lUnXlL-MlXU 1
3b ithe.1 tTirrWMo nday at i"vIl. lAa
ipttal if the Territory.
TJIF, AMIJtOXA rCBlJSMUSW
devoted to the commercial aad hot lata lau
ri it ot ths Territory.
DAILY peryear - - 1XM
Weesxt" " one year, 4 (4)
" " ttx month. , 3 M
Money in U- remitted by r gUteied letter
potoslce order or draft.
The Joc.t3t.-MutiJtirt.. U deliver ky
arrler t. subscriber is the chj far it cent
Local notice will be Inserted at IfUen
cent a line for tbe first Inter Hon aaa taa
enu per line for each tutxequeat Inserts.
Correspondence on all subject of ceneral
nterest will ba accepted, axu news froaa aav
ocality Is solicited, etpecitllj Iron the mbUttc
-amp and agrleBlrjxal district.
All comrauaie uons tbould be addreaaad t
nn Joncf tl-Mtxxit. Prescott, Ariiooa.
K. f. D Roua No. C5, Marenanu Ei
intf, Hu irarii. 1, ,jje Aaniror loa
:tr"A JocnNAL-MlN-xn in that dir. Ha
1 liorlzod to et Intel moniri doa tal
Mk Uhmcnt,'S: nrden ror adrertltlnc.
a 'd taiidto any vt her bnnlneti darolvtsc-P--u
re a th repretentattT mt tha pub
br. Tux Dait JocKXAU-Mikaa a
.Vf.ki. 'orrnxAL-Mistr will bo ronai
01 at hit oStnn.
KsteM at ltTA 'flvrrHelwsr
ivimm. Diitrlct Cc-ar
nmra o"it Jutilee CourU
treic ire Notice-
t. nd Oir.ce tNotlcaforPntilleatlon).
V.-ipllntlon for Patent
Atlantic & Pacific Railroai
W. H. Hatcher.
A. C Trasfc
ASH FORK, A. T.
Foroaxdizig amd Ctm-
A full line of freinhtert' supclie alwai cat
tuud. Co.lpimenU aollclted.
Mark goods casj. of T.& H . Ash
Mrs. James Roach
has bought out the
aad will keep the tables supplied with
ALL THE DELICACIES
that the market affords.
GIVEN TO ALL
all Kinds f Gams ii Smsm
Board per wek
Not. 3- Prwott.
C:eEira.el F.sbloa Catalcca.
'JCisT pRCCi'crl'crta aatf wua-
eeiy tMaffor Ladies. iK-nt-, ChiUlrr'
aad tnrar.tm nr aad liMserva
boaw lo the Coitad SsaLn. CwaHnt
tnodwr rl. 4', t. I.'CH r-l.f,
CUi Ars. 4s iOz.U 5.. ' -
Electric Night BeUoa GvrlvSt
C. S. Hutehinion. .
DBJ7G ilST AID AFOTECCABT
Prescription Clerk in Attendance Day
TGM AND J. T.
Next Door to J. W. Wilson's.
Will Open on the 20th Inst .
Will Keep the Tables Well Sup
ALL THE DELICICIES-
The Market Affords.
GAME IN SEASON.
Boexc, per week...
Ooen Day and Night.
Taken nplnrodao of Sittrlet 'o.5 Oa
spotK-d hetfert'o rears old, branded C. B
oultrt hip. crop off left ear aa it pllt ia rtrbt
Alto one jearllny, red heifer bran.ed UU
(ronneeUd) on left hip, npptr bit ou
rliLt-ar. Tha owners of tn above dtterlbtd
fto-.k can hare the same on applicalian t
h nndertlrntd at htsraaeh oa mil. below
b. Four atil. boat, by fylor for tnti ad
crutuneat. ju I,W.THOKW