VOL. XXII No 20.
PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1886.
PRICE TEN CENTS.
ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER.
Ilia taaaaaU to najlartaar ot the mv.y torei
OUH of haartdkaaae.thoufhniaaydaao
Eenwc? Bead Dr. Flint' tmUM on Uurt
Diaaata, ud If yoa bare any tyn-ptoni tbcrtiu MS
forth, take !- twi Qui JUiust.
Sc. Ftnrra Ttuxr Kmsr la a
mtdiaoe vhich hj hen launj
in cam of rea-fickrieM. a
it AS once (tor lermne onuunr, inrouact; la
ILc trmirli, tad cnaMw tbe pui.t.t ta nam rcpoM.
A snu ho present- in ap-
rntnan ot etbUitr. whoa
couosctiaoce u anjjuaj, aui hoa tubject to epdjt
ct fft-stMM. l little to sudden doth frcm heart
diaaaaa. Let turn take V. rana Usui hsjust
before It Ii tootaU.
At DrofCKU. tlM. Deacriptire trails with
cufa bottle, or nulled free upon application.
and c&ndrea whose taste g
t cttaplaLnta wfaidl
1 U a3actl'a aa
J. J. MACK A CO,
easel 1 1 Front tt tan Francisco. Cal.
W. H. Hatcher.
A C Trask
ASH FORK, A. T.
Forwarding and Com-mis-non
K full Hue of freighter eupui'ee ml ws on
band. UinIi(DmenU eollcited.
Cbiiiscc. Frcspilj AMaiad
Mark goods cue of T.& H. Ash
Mrs. James .Roach
hjB bought out the
uJ will keep the tablei lupplled witk
ALL THE DELICACIES
that the market affords.
GIVEN TO ALL
ill Kinds f Gams in Season
ltua'd r wek
Nov. 1 lr-m.
st. m m w mm
One Change of Cars
San Francisco Los Aiseles and
St. Louis. Mo-
ttilm.n Palace rWpitt( Uui are do. rjc JJall
dally, tN4.wa han rranctaoo. Callforala
Loa AOKrlra ini Ht. IxjaU. Wo., via Tin
Nwdlf. the Itlantlc mod Paciae to Altmo,nrjM, .s
M ., th AtcLUon, Topk and Santa K- tu Hal.Md,
tal. aod th M. Loul and Huj Fratcx-o Railway tc
.uI-oui. ThU la Itttrly lha only roate ruanra
tliroiun fr. vitboDr c!ianx to St. Louis. Uj tLl
Hum uarra 1. only two cLneoroar tirsvcn taapa
Stc ud AtlaatlcRoaaU. which U at !. ami
Bt. ( ooi.
i'aaartuttr for St. Loolt ana all Eaaiarn ntirm ahoold
itaf their Uckrta VI HALhTEal). Kaaaw, and till
sr. izza t sui rur: ruu. tha -ormit
l'hnUh Car ltut".' Waa call uvoa th
Tlcxu aai ct full pardcuUra.
.VTralofor kT LUIHi. mtmAIHFORK
daJy at 7 "J j. a. ru.
I, MOKHILI.. D. VTBHAET.
Oas. auifr, Qas. Pan. kgtil.
t-Losla, Mo. 8ti Lctls M.
J. F. MEADOIt, Aasyr,
OllicH At Firt NatienAl JSank, I're
Electric Night Bell on Gurlv St
G. S. Hutchinson.
Prescription Clerk in Atttudance 1
TOM AND J. T.
Next Door to J. W. Wilson's.
Will Open on the 20th Inst.
Will Keep the Tables Well Hup
ALL THE DELICACIES
The Market Affords.
GAME IN SEASON.
Ooen Bay and Night.
KANSAS CITY, MO.
Does a Geneal Bank'ng Business.
Jas. T. Thornton
Seth Maerv -W.
W. Sr. Clair
iL R. Thorntox -
ToSaYwf"lliS tana a rawly tor
CAbsS petfea. pile and lid
GSW ii iiimiiI l V n
Ex-Goy. Tritle Intervivwed upon
Territorial Inte esis Abroad
Since the return of Governor F. A.
Tritle, from his eastern trip, he has been
so occupied with his privatt business
affairs, that it was not until this morning,
that the Journal-Miner scribe could
succeed in cornering him for an inter
view, in rerd to Arizona affairs as
entertained by our eastern neighbors.
Finding him alone in his office this
morning, tlir newsgatherer proceeded to
business at once by propounding the
During your visit east. Governor,
what did you find to be thefeeling of the
people, in relation to Arizona?
When I first got East, I found people
with whom I came in contact very un
willing to make any investments or pur
chase securities of any kind, owing prin
cipally to the reports which bad been
circulated in the newspapers and other
wise of the indebtedness of the territory
and the various counties in it, and the
possibility f rongress setting aside legis
lation, and the passage of some law
which would invalidate contracts made
under the acts of the legislature. After
a time these prejudices were removed
and our railroad enterprise was placed
upon a solid footing and securities which
Mr. Bullock had were able to be nego
tiated to u sufficient extent to start the
road. The legislation proposed by con
gress, was, through the efforts of Dele
gate Ban, and Mr. Bullock's friends so
shaped as to make vHd any contracts
made under the acts cf the last legisla
ture. I am very much gratified to find
that the county bonds and subscriptions
by citizens, to aid the railroad due on the
completion uf the first ten miles have
been paid and delivered. This will
enable Mr. Bu'.lock to return to New
York and satisfy parties with whom he
has been iealinp, that all the represen
tations that have been made, upon
which credit was extended to the rail
raod.company have been verified. From
my knowledge of the affairs of the rail
road campany as to the purchase of
material, traffic contracts made with other
roads for transportation of all material
and the financial ability uf Mr. Bulleck
and those identified with him in buildin
the road that if the Yavapei county
bonds and the subscription of citizens of
Prcscott are delivered and paid in future
as in case of the completion of the first
ten miles of road that there is no ques
tion whatever of its completion to Prcs
cott by January ist, 1SS7 and perhaps
before. The successful negotiation of
such securities as our road had to offer
and the inauguration cf work on the
road have materially assisted the Cala-
basas and Tucson and the Mineral Belt
andth Globe railroads in completing
their negotiations, and to-day I consider
the building uf thoe roads an assured
What did you find the feeling in
regard to inveitmccts in future in Ari
Very good; and as soon as a sufficient
amount of railroad has been built by
any of the companies referred to, we
will receive visits from a great many
eastern people to examine into our
various resources connected with mining,
agriculture, grazing, reclamation of land
by storage of water, building irrigating
canals and sinking for artesian water,
and I am thoroughly convinced that
such investigations will result in doub
ling the population and assessable prop
erty of Arizona within a few years.
M r.ey is extremely plentiful throughout
the East. Interest far its use is almost
nothing there and people everywhere are
beginning to laok over the western
country for investments which will prove
m re profitable than any they can make
D:d you meet with many persons who
proposs visiting our locality?
I met a great many who propose as
soon as a sufficient number of miles of
our railroad have been built, to convince
them that it will be completed to Prcscott
who will come here prepared to -uake
investments in mines, in grrzing and in
real estate and I anticipate a substantial
improvement in the business interests of
this as well as other parts of the Terri
tory. I hid the pleasure sf meeting a
number of gentlemen in St. Louis who
are interested in the St. Louis Yavapai
Milling and Mining company, operating
m Humbug district in this county. I
found Mr. Burnham, President, and
Messrs. Taussig, Vice-President, and
Secretary, wide awake business gentle
men, and gathered from them that they
have great confidence in the success of
their enterprise and the existence of a
favorable feeling on the part of many
persons in St. Louis to make investments
in our territory. I consider it especially
important that our citizen, establish to
the greatest extent41" uf th,r friendly
twines relations J &at" t'I
nobelicve that w aat daughter ofwtter
ntages from ttpd 14tjjvaC.cjty,
TtFfJn from any I hitV.
Murnhv ano - jdr were invited
hy parties in St. Louis, who have perfect
ed a gold dry washing machine, to visit
their works anu sec the same in opera
tion. Ne found that it worked admira
bly and believe that its use in many of
the localities abaut Prescott an d other
portions of Arizona will be very remu
nerative and I shall at as an early a day
as nosiiblc confer with a number of
miners in various localities . where
there are deposits of rich gold
bearing g 1 avel, where water is not found.
with reference to its introduction.
While in New York I met Bates Brothers
and other gentlemen connected with
them in the organization of the Walnut
Grove Watet storage company of which
Pro f. Blake has the general managmcnt
and am convinced, that with the mtel
igent direction, which they will give to
heir affairs, that their operations wil
result in great advantage to this locality
and provj remunerative to theorgini
zers. Other enterprises of this char
acter will undoubtedly be undertaken
in the near future prominent among
which will be the Lynx creek placers.
Mr. F. M. Murphy who was commis
sioner from Arizona for so many years
was east during my visit there and I
find that during the years he has been
in charge of Arizona's exhibits in New
Orleans that he has made a great many
acquaintances and has familiarized a large
number of people with our various
resources and the fruits of his work,upjn
the opening up of our territory by
railroads, will be very beneficial to Ari
zona. Thanking the governor for the cour-
tesv in thus freely giving the readers of !
the Journal-miner the result of his
intelligent observations on Arizona
affairs as thought end felt by eastern
people the reporter retired.
BrtUratluo or tfvadquirtrr a
IVesMti A. T. Auiri I 8th. 1SSC.
Lut night t the comrurrc -:n'Tit ol fie
fcMirititu t the room o' ilic stewirt of
the Mechanic Hook ami Lvlijer coaimny
of PreMiiit, the reporter ot ymir piper
aked tli wn'er to take fow iteim f-r a
few minutes as he km ob.itre I to look
up another affsir. The 11 1-t -uip. f-ct
extts ilut the reporter diii 'lot pj t Wi i:v
furtlwr appearance, and if 'hi- r-p irt i
not full as raiijbt ua t ipTtff it :
because the crihe got too full nr.-uf.
A we understand the ficn npp ar
tbat the rnetnbsrs of the cccipit lidao
plce of security to keip ll.. ir rru-l"
uniform anJ personal trap to I ctlamiti'H
an'l decided to fleet a Stewart v. 10 sliouiil
take charge of aart be respinsiijV for tboe
They fortunately mule c'toic t J. H.
Griffith; aoi authorized him to fit up
suitable rooms in tbs llock ami LtilJer
building for meetings of the compmv nnd
the proper prcserrstioa of the coenpsny
property. Mr. Griffith ii one of the rawt
lively of tha carpentrr and bail ling fra
ternity in the city, and although full of
business found time night' ani Sunday
to fill the requisitioa.aad havmj; completed
the "films;" to hi on "atisfaction, and
that of the company' committee.
List night tlie room were thrown
open for the inspection of tin public.
The city oliiciats, county aad territorial
offic-:i, and the yeomsury of the county
appeared in force, and pacing thruugh the
apartments of the tire hook-, ladders &c .
came in contact with an impromptu b.r
oveilliwini: with beer, where all were wn
come to slake their thirst.
Mr. Griffith as ma ter of ti,o ceremonij
waa the recipient uf uoJouo-led apn!au--e.
His arrangements were most complete ind
des.-rveil the largj credit passM'.I : .iu
Messrs Carpenter, Brown, and oilier
lesser iongstera funij ilJ an 1 ce" lijimis
appropriate for thj occasion, and fie
applause was so uproarioQ. that staid
citizens ol the vicinity rushed in crowds
to the spor, dragei the ladder care out
into the middle of Gurley street, mounted
the Stewart on top of the micbine Mid
while he manipulated the bio of Milwau
kee beer from an immense cask, gave three
cheers for the benefit of tb'xe whom it
After the a Ijmrument, about midniifh',
jneofthe prominent prop:i!y owners in
this city.said that while he hoped that J.G,
Griffith & Co would never be called upon
to t.utra their hook on his property, ho
was glid to see the interest taken in m'a
ute t preserve and protect the prop-ri
'if the plsce against fire, and said that
Uiisi who cnd.r-ed liii remark tnishr
allow him Nineteen hund'eJ aiid two
jwratc and diitinct individuals accepted
ii hospitalitie in '-ss than fifteen min
ute at the ini-raz .a', tic, and the crowd
iisappeared with tb ec cheer-, for Stew-rt
Aaather Vlul-at Biotli.
Telegraphic intelligence from For
Thomas, atatts t' at Jerome B. Collina was
shot and killed by Bill Williams ef Anva-
pai canvfin on last Sunday. The cause
which led tu the trouble which resulted so
nnpleasautiy n nit derijitely tatcd;oac
t-'h-griin the intsunderstin'liug nro?e
.U.J'. c .ti c usu-iCtloT), and auulu. r sbys
.faosu depute about r;rn:n and rtill
another says it arose over the scttle
incnt of an urcouiit.
J. B Collins was the n.ot prominent
merchant and government contractor in
that section ol Arizona. His violmt
death was not unexpected, as he wa un
fortunately possessed f quick temper
which mastered him, especially so, If uudei
the influcace ef liquor. He was b'ave and
reckless, always armed and feared no one.
lie had killed bis man in self detente some
years go at Fort Thom, hut the
tragedy preyed upoa his mind. He had
accumulated considerable wealth id cattle,
lands and merchandise; he was in this city
almost two iveck ago and estimated his
asseti at about S75.00O bis estate will no
doa'jt clean up ftO.000. Heleaves a wife
md three or four children, two of whom
are pirls who have been attending the Con
vent school in Tucson for some time.
Mr. Collins was formerly from Texas
aim was anient; incurti 10 sciwe as iiiumas
He pave the name ot Maxley to tbo stttleC
lacnt in honor of Senator Maxley of Texas.
He bas done more to develop that section
if the country than any other man, and
was an untiring worker. He ha! a hi;
heart filled with good impulses, and had a
large circle of friends; but alas? strong
drink was more powerful than he. The
Star in common with hundreds of people of
Arizona extends sympathy to ttia
bereaved lamily in their misfortune.
Laat .sjlsha'a Coaerrt
The Baptist church wa flllt J last even
ing with an appreciative, tbuugb not
demonstrative or enlbutiastic audiicc., ti
listen to th'. ruu.'cal ntetiaifiilcnt id tin
evening and partakit of the good Ibiui;-
prepari-d by the go.nl, fair lidic-of !.
soutU Methodist chutcQ.
Tin. mue ctl bill of fsro was briet but
showed a critical aud very careful sclect.ui
while il rendition was highly gratifying
to the uudience and creditablato the per
forme.s. It was is follow;
1. lif.uo SjIo, Professiir TYimas
2. Male Qia'tette, The Virginia Kjae
Bud llrortti, J..iutr, Dsupbinaud Car(ii.
a. I'uoo Duet. Allegro by Di. belli
Johani.ii Kudczewcsky aud Thoicaf.
4 Uiittt, The Fi-hermsn Vudtbilt anu
0. tfjlo, lor Uncle Bute fsrpenter.
Mss;s Dauphin, Browu, and Ciri-niiT
bivo a ;.;!. .rod fiofore Presco.t aitdienct
o tr.'.iaeutiy auJ are aiweys o
fnvoiably received, that snicbar wouni
pr-iso ibcitiui, or cri. c iu Kcnsse the
apprtciadau which it alaj expressed
for tiifir siugiic Latt niht'a cmio. it
huwfsrr iuirouuctd two new voicts to a
iVisbut audit me. Mr. Joiner who
upptar.-d in 1 quirtc, slioaid a remark.
bly tiiie enor v.'ice aud will prove quiet mi
addition ro ibe musical talent of the pUce
W. W. V- 'deibilt, who ha-, for son a n.u-
trn u;nlcr tUe luiliua of Mr. UiJji ni,
appeared, lor the tiist lime, before an
udienre, iu a duet wth bis preceptor,
and niqmtii'd tiimscif eiceptluually well.
He U i . -.-sidtf a good itr.a uf remark i-
ble smoothness ot tone and ahows ciinlul
nod kttUtic traiuiug.
Mr. Diupii'o ha-jm leijuai fur c
gratulailun lor inc male: al be bas hal to
wo.k on, as well a for tlis mci. ha has
oc-iiivcd in developing it.
jiiSs lt-.uczw.sky .o a ja.iuo duet with
I'lotictor i'comas exhibited a creditable
skill in the miuipu ation f the keys.
Iter tar C3i.c-?rt the prtsident, Hon. T.
J. Briler, itnnoauced rjfrtstim; tr, and ice
-1 -in an I c-ike aere i". rved li fair hands
UHti- pK-.--l nut- .ociui courersi,
1 'i'-g t r u hour or n.o;e when the
A tllins faaaily
tTlc:.- 'us tu 0.1 ua. httl.i d .ubt at
present among the Irn-H Is of Biraey Mar
tia that Ii ' nod 111 r-ntirr family have b;u
fully -J. ilt with. Hi. letthis home at
Wi-.v r, ub.Jit ibne svreks sgoto take iii
iaiiiily to M'.rienpa wlere they were to
take tu tiam tor tbu cast. Dc hit his plac
ill Clsari m t.i tu-ii .fid I ha wiii'il
c'uru wittiiu it wr. ' lie hud Ltsu uiii 1 a
bii-ir.es s ng .utuicnt nitb Goldman & Co
Phenix which he w&s to fill ea toutc to the
railroad, flis failure 10 meet this aroused
su-pinon nn i inquiry utvl at Maricopi
revaiif ihe r act that he hid not reached
there Investigations were set on foot and the
last trc; thi. toul d be fuo ' of him
from a teamster who bad uu him on the
road between S iymour and the Aua Kria
river crowing. H; nutixd at the time twj
tinr- nidi a short distune tiom the ro
whi f he ws talking to MrMirtin. He
il l ;i it tU' iic -in? tliinu part.calar of the
oiroumstance at the tim3 lut has sine:
i:iu"udul tin 1'iey uiiy lnv.; b ea witci
iii bun. A weu neir the toad near the
A.nFria wts to liavj been fXplarei fes
ter iit, but ;iat the result was we have
tieen unable toaic rtain.
Ii. X. Uurtaa'a rrrat t il-
Prol. II. M Itjil i; and tiuupc ulH
give ttieir furefieii x"lo.-iuaiice wi Satur
day cvi'uing mn, Acciit 7 b. Dtuicj;
their f iar wvk-, or ni iri, njourn in
Prescott, the I'ro'tasor tia. ijiven our
citizen- a num'ier of very euj iatlo enter
tainra'ir.t- aud has never faiitd to secure
goo-l ttudies.c:s who have beeu highly
plrisei. He ilisplays man; scientifia and
raC'-lul feats on tlie birizinta! btr, h igh
pjrch aud slack Wire aa i we In?) d bn-i-tacic
in recommending him to the citizins
ot the towu he may conclude to visit as
hi. performance' are really asoritoiious
An idos of the tcmparature of Tuc-an
can be gained from tbe following from the
Tucson Star, which sayi: A thrifty bonne
wife of Tuc-oo, fuichased f. dozen egs
from a Tucson grocer Thursday. Yester
day morning when she visited tbe psntry
to get some cigs for breakfast, la and
behold, Gto little chickens were chirping
in the baske, which leJ to the conclusion
that the whole purchase nvfiht be in a
state (f incubat.oa. Tbe little fellows
weri! taken from tbe basket and cared for.
Yesterday lour more wers added to tbe
flock from 1 1 basket, and to-day. it is
expected tl.a'. tbe entiie two drxen of tbe
ejgs will be running about.
Maprene Caart oplaloas.
The following opinious bav. Iwen'U ed
with tbe clerk of tbe supreme court:
Arizona Princ.; Vppr Compsny vs
Copper Qm-n Mi.iing 1 ompeny, appealed
from C-ie-.i' c inty, j :Jguieut i'f lower
court afliruud.Opiuinn by Associate Justice
Barnes, Chief Justice Shii- ds and Associate
Justice Porter coccurring.
Elijih Clifford ct al vs. L.
Ltrrt.n, appealed from Cochise
coun'y. Judgment of the court below
affirmed. Oninion by Associate Justice
Barnes, Chief Justice Shield and AfsocI'
ate Justice Porter concurring.
James Uobson vs tbo New Mexico and
Arizona railroad company. The amended
judgment rendered 17ib of Novembir,
permitting the judgment ofi2th December
18S3 to stand upon tbe plaintiff remitting
S15,000 and the order denying the motion
for a new trial ar affirmed. Opinion by
Associate Justice Barnes and Associate
Justice Porter concurring, Chief Justice
United States vs Tcnny Chiitofferson
and Kemp, dissenting opinion filed by
Associate Justice Porter,
Another Fire at Fkcalx
Private telegrams were received to-day.
containing the intelligence of another visi
tation by fire, of the city o! Phenix. It
occurred again in tba buines part of tbe
town destroying all tbe business house on
one side of Washington St., between Gold
man's and Ellis A Co'.' The principal
sufferers are Asber Co., Jacobs and Coats
with a number of smaller ones. Goldman
and Kill Co. stores were alio damaged
The amount of the low is aot itattd.
Clear (ae war
For tbu cscapa from the system ef iu
wasto and debri, which, if retained, would
vitiate thfs bodi'y thilds aud averthrow
health, 'tint important channel o xit,
the bowel?, m.y b- kept permanently fre
from bsttnetums by using the non-grip-
ing. gently aciio; nnd agreeable cathar'. c,
listener's Stomach Bitters, wtii'ih rnr
only liUrate iinpiiritir', bat innsjorate.
ihe iinij of tlr.- intestinal cina', w;i n
weakened by constipatiou or the uowi-u-e
ot violent partitives. Tbe stomach.
I ver and uriutry orcaus ara likswi.c
reinforced anj troued to healthlul acttoo
.y this beneficent touic aud correctiv .
n.l every orgin, fiber, musclo aud ni'tf
i-a.-erioncca is a'lare uf its invi iralin
i! llutucc. Unubjectinnable in tlavnr, a
tU't "Enial and wholesom-j rainlioinal ,
timulnut, bnd owing to lbs efficacy to
'ol inic sou'CJs exclusively to househo! I
u , ou n count of its safoty, wide srop
and speedy ection.
s'euntj Tit-m.ureri.' Hrpurt.
The foil-swing is ths report for the qur
iereudi' June UOth 183C, of.the ditf-.-r'.
tut county treasurers to thu territorial
treasurer, of :he total moneys iu all tbe
Mario-ps S 1,228 67
I'nua 1,147 -J4
A-ischt- l,0-'3 7t
Vaham 2,101 40
ti chi-..". 45.S 0.
V-v-ipi l,7eo &7
AiMLClic 53 J 14
Yuma 109 OS
Gila c unly yet to bear 'rom.
I". -J. liori-EK
The lolkuviag is tbe list of letter-
remainioit at the !'ol )irice in Prfccoti.
Ariz ma. for the wci,k ending Augu-l 5 1
Cox, C F Hickey, J Mia
Card well, E Mrs Hall, E L
Cates, F Huuelsback, Gallus
Chiles, J J Hancock, Jas
Coiby, Web ('-) Jackson, Faustina
Dandndgr, Mrf Jones, Marie Mrs
Uicken-oo, Ciias Johnson, E B Mrs
Elders, M M Mr. Peters, T F
Elli-, Thomts Slunahan, Jas C
Fai.eH, Chas Thomas, T
H.rlaa, WH Ward, UosoA
Call for advertised letters.
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purity, strength and wholesom-'Diss. Morr
economical tuan tt.e ordinary Units and can
not be sol it in competition with the multitude
otlow-test -hjrt elsbt, alnm or phosphate
Powders. Sold on'y in cans. Royal Bakiac
pow.1r Vi lil Wat' trt. NVw Tork
Smelting & Lead Go
416 Montgomery Street
Reiir.eis of Gold and Silver Ores and
Highest Prices Paid for Gold, Silver and
Lead Ores and Sulphurets.
Manufacturers of Bluestone, &Iso Lead
Pipe, Sheet Lead, Shot, Etc.
This Company has the Best Faci liti
the coast for working
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Prentiss Sf.lby, SupL
Ice. Ice ! Ice!
T REE CENTS PER POUND.
Delivered to any part
of town and
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Depot at the Stockgrow so
John H. Smith.
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A rubber stamp of roar name, or a two let'
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mnl'lmr 1 1ra n ilstlnnnM- at Anlw 01 fr
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Places Dr. Price's at the Lead of the entire list.
(Sm Natioxai. Bojuus or TTtsi.TH UuLLXttZSupvkacnl So. 6, pai 2, WaaMnrtoo, D. CJ
The Canadian Government
Places Dr. Price's at the head of the entire list.
(See rt-pert to the Cojausaiosxa orlirisD Rzrorcx Dcrjum(xaT.OUawa (scat of corars.
scent). Car ail a. April 3rd, 1863.)
It is the purest and strongest. Free from Ammonia,
free from Lime, free from Alum, and is recommended for
general family tise by the Heads of the Great Universi
ties and Public Food Analysts.
Persons doubting the truthfulness ot this can write any ot the Chemist named.
Prof. R. OGDEV TX) REMITS, M. D., L.L.D., Bellevue Medical College, Xew York.
ProL IL C WHITE, State Chemist, University Georgia, Athens, Ga.
Prof. K. C. KEDZIJLLate President State Board ot Ileal th, Lanslcff, Xlch.
Prof. IL 5L SCIIEFFER. Analytical Chemist SL LonLs, Mo.
Prof. CHARLES E. DWItiHT. Analytical Chemist, Wheeling, W. Va,
Prof. JAMES 1'. BABCOCK, fctato Assayer, Boston, Mass.
Or. ELI AS H. BARTLEy.lt. S Chemist to the DerVt of Health. Brooklyn. X. X
I'rof. CURTIS C HOWARD, M. Sc., Srartlne Medical College, Coliimrwts. Ohio.
ProL M. DELFO.VTALNE, Analytical Chemfer, Chicago, I1L
Prof. R. S. G. PATOK, Lato Chemist Health Iepartment, Chicago, 11L
ProL JOHN M. ORDWAY, Mass. Institute of Technology, Boston.
Prof. R. A. WITTHAUS, A. M M. D., University of Buflato. . 1.
I'rof. A. 11. SAB1N, State CheiilLt, Burllncton. Vt. .
i'rof. JOHN BOHLANDEK, Jr, A. 31.. M. .. Prof. Chaoistry aod ToxlcotosT
Collesre Medicine and Siuxerv, Cincinnati, O. .....
Profs. AUSTEN dc WU.BEIi,Prof.-0:hemlstrjButeereCon
ProL GEORGE E. BARKER, ITof. Clieuustry UniTersity ol Peoasylrama, 1'hila-
Prof. FETEROLLIER, Chief Chemist for the United States Department of Asri-
cutture, Washington, D. C.
Profs. HEYS & RICE, Profs. Chemistry, Ontario School rrarmacy, Toronto, Canada.
Dr. JAMES ALBRECHT. Chemist at the United SUtes Mirst, New Orleans, La.
Prof. EDGAR EVERHART. ProL Chemistry. University ofTeias, Austin. Texas.
PfoL E. W U1LGARD, Prof. Chembti-, Umrersity CaUCoola, Berkeley, Cat
In irlir to better accommodate
zuma street,) the Bull's Head market, North Monte
ztiiin street next, to the P. & O. Restaurant, near
tli.. . C f-,ivtAT 9Tlvin4 atliAMA . . -. ...Til
keep always on handiKe best assortment and quality of meats, which we will sell al
the fnllnwini rpt) urtii t iriccs for cash, to which thr? attnlinn nf tli nnV.Hr-
Bef t wit.... ,
Bet-r by i.mrt.jujro-r
Bret t.y foreijusrtsr
Ket-r nimr. Ktid runrid
Ilfi-r r'br.-nst IZH
il ilH- b.illlne. S
Ht-f Mirl.iin and ct rcr1i.ti44 civile. la
Bi-j 11: ! .tfarj" anil rorti-r
houe t.-fr. , , , -vi
IV..' i-.t--.-' ami chart Me t.a - m, in
Mm- n tiv currant or sliio.. . 9
Meats Minui to all pans of
Miss C. Johnston, Proprietress.
Onl' hotel in Prescott where patrons can obtain meals withou
leaving the house.
ill THE QEUCACiES OF THE SEASON SERVED.
Best Table Board, $7 Per Week.
GURLEY STKEET, OIT, NEW CLUB ROOMS,
L. WILLIAMS - -
WILL ALWAYS BE
KELLY & STEP
GOLDEN RULE STORE,
fcart U Larataa4 Jot CarrfnUj a atatsack
Of General Merchandise
osa Conpliti stock af tbe Fanous Oregon Cassinri Clothing. Bla
I t A I- A M aa a
liubu cioqs. racmc uoasi riannei unairwiar,
JSD as endless vaniETr or
j jc ngham Hecht's Unrivalled M crufrc
Boots, and Shoes.
tf-mc Man la aaa ooaaauUliunct la AHi.ir.
NORTHWEST CORNER PLAZA.
THE LEADING HOTEL OF PRESCOTT
The Only Hotel in Northern Arizona With
Bard Finished Ecoms.
SITTING AND DINING ROOMS ARE THE LAKGLS
AND BEST APPOINTED IN PRESCOTT.
Vlxrart-Oletflas In Every R.epeo
BOARD PER WEEK, $700.
H. A. Kendall. Proprietor.
our customers, we have openc!
Mntton aIioullr and eburk chops.
M n! tn-i .trim ihnnj
r"i " '
Latah t.yirt , ,,
Lamb rlba and loin cbop.
lAmh hou. J-r an.l ir jrs
VoTk bj- aldeor quarter ,
Pork lilra , ,
lorE santaa ...
tlnl irna ntr
t.lv-r n..,llnT it
tf)3 City and Fort WhiDOie Eree
1 .L as 1. i
Paid to Families-
Finest Rooms in Fresco
Liquors and Cigars
SERVED TO PATRONS
Atlantic & Pacific Railroao
7 .i p aa
2 T p m
UK p a
3 10 p 13
A. b FcrK
Han Bernard tao .
Tbroaeti ti keta to all Imp-rtamHla cut
anil Lou sale at the pr1actal autluru.
VlaL-if naalotba In'llaa UIa;ofAeo
Via WlrjKKta to Fort VTIiiK-.r. I mtlca;
Z- 1. 11 mil. r.
! Manccllto to Fort Iaaoce fSxnia
z t "J' 13 mll: Casioail Ciirllc.aj suIUa;
K'f o.C bOD.aomlla.
.'ia Uolbrooic.trl-arnkly Usef, to Kort
A ache. 9o mile: SprlDccrTllle M mllM;
Sjow Low fio rctlti; TajlorTllle. SS mllca;
Moqul laitlan Vll.ae(co rejular ataea) to
Via NaTJo. dally itarrs to 8V. Joliiu. 54
mllf-a: SprtDKerrtlle S3 mllua
Via VHnU la Brlgham City and -kintal
Via Afh tork, dllr tuttra to Prfacolt
anil is.lrpie IIfrk, 5r aillr:ilii Tta
'tons I'mcoti 1.1 piitnli aa ul-wcekij
t3 rort Verde
VI P aeh Fprtnaa to tbe Oracd CacoaoT
tlae Oiiorodo, U nsli
VlaKlU(iuan. a IIt :iia to 8 oettoa
Hill, lonille;illn lrara. ICmllc-atCerfca
Via Yucca to Sl;nj I. to mllra.
Via TLe X atrarnrr.to Yams, Co
oraeo rlrtrageuejr.Kort Jlolaie, MJac Ci
HarJvvf,,c,Ar!ioa ind l;l ljra4i Ca o
W. A. BIS8ELL.
I. B. ROBI.N OS.
General Macjrrr. .lbiquerqa,X. II.
(I4TKAM fatfXTlXG flOLNCJ
Tax assizoma Jonutit-iliMi Is pa
tlltnd TrT ilar In the Mk rxtryl Pun da
Th ArtitosA wsir jlirSSAl-MlMK u
63b ubeU everr Weln ii.y a. 1'ria.ou, tba
spltai ot ttit T'rrltorr.
TIIK AJtUOSA riULIHUIXti CO.
Dsrotcd to tbe commetcla! and bcjlneat In.
tri. its of 4hS Territory.
OMLY per year - - tlZW
rt'ckil.1" " one rear. 4 tO
.. .. iix montija t g SO
Money may be remitted by r cutei e4 It tUr
pototEce order or drafL
Tbe JoCRSt.-Mnraswi. U dellferd trj
arrierto eubicribers In the city for 23 cent
Local notices will ba lnaerted at rL'tccn
cents a lino for tbe first insertion acd ten
eou prr lice for each tsbf rquent lctertinn.
Correspondence on all tabjecta of sreneral
nt rcjt will be accented, ar.u news from any
ocaiity Is aolicited, eireclaUr trom tbe mining
-ttnpa and airricpljral dUtzlcta.
V!l cotnmunict ionaahonMbe lidrtr-ret to
u; 4 jp lX.l-Miser. PrracotT, Aiizoci.
K i' I Ark Kwiin 'o. K, Mercbanta' E
.i.'itf. "in Pr&ccla.'o. la tote azentfor tba
ssixniA TooK!At-Ml2aa la tb&t r!ty. Ha
is s liorlzed to collect montya dr tbl
Jtv 'lubnent, take order for drrtlalB-,
J tnd to any other biialneiadi-TolTlns
pon . cj a 15 repreaentstlre rtbepab
atir. Tuz Dait JorR.xA'3(tnt a '
ku oDisAL.Xrjirrw.il i tound
HI at hit orrtofl.
Jtaiea tt ;al Ads-ertlatac
irnrltr'- Sale ,
lsmcn, ni-trict Ct-ort ,
xsmrn is Jamlce Coart
r rte'l ire yotlce..
L art'ifrlce iJfotlee ror Pnbllcallon).
Appllcitloa for Patent
a. in jutiatr.r- rvotie
THIS PAPER il&m
V.apapr AdTcrttalBK Bureau (13 SrttTXS
lOtkm. WliCKB Ac- IPCW VflDtf
Tuhrn-rtcie'u la II CW lUfllVa
1. on f la PhllaJrlaala
at the Kewipaprr AdTcr
tutnc Aireacr vt Keanra.
E. AL SANFORD.
Freaeott .... Arizona.
Office on C&rtcz Street, a few rjoora north
Thz of Jocax.a. office.
DR. F. K. AIKSWOKTH,
PUTBICIAM ASD SCBflBOC.
Preacott, Anion a,.
Once Octagonal IlolidlBj.OurU traL
x W3L IL AlcGBJIW,
A TT"KKET-AT-LAW, V. R. COMMI9
iV. HIONKIt inl lor Third Di.trlt Court,
Yavapai county. Office next door to Ru.b
iWMl',1 reaoott. . T. Wj
IB. K. BOBINSOX,
Physician hd Surgeoh,
Office on llontezama itret,
One door North of Itecac & Co' Drntptcre
L. F. EGGERS.
ATTO RX EY-AT- LAW.
DISTRICT ATTORNEY OF YAVAPAI COUNTY,
Office inCourt House - -J Prescott.
. C HERNDON. J J. HAWKINS
ATTOROEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW
Special attention to conveyancing and
office work of all knds.
Attorney General or Arizona.
ATtOKifXr AND CorsSBLOB AT Law
Ornca Orer tba Bank of Artacaa.
J A. Rs b. E. VT.-WeU, Bainter llowars
I.C3P, A ET L9 Jt EOWARr.
AUorceya ad Joantellora at Law
PrectL TiTapat County, ArUosa. Will at.
Unit promp ly tJ all builneta entmsled to
tbem la tbe court of record in tbe territory
HENRY CLAY BURKE.
ATTO NEY AND COUNSELOR -AT-LAW.
rarWIll practice In alt the court of Arfione,
.nd betore tne Tarlotu Ixpartsseuu la Waats.
Offlce. Boom 2Co. 3, nrer BnK of Ariaoaa.
Prescctt, A. T.
aatray 31 tier.
Tikea cp In ro-leo of Dltlrlet No. $ One
pott belters o ye-ira old, trnndel C. B
onleft Jlp, crop nfflef ear an iipl't la nht .
Also on yearilag. re-l titt'tr brim e-1 HU
-j i .n?ct-j ii oa le.'t blp, "pprr bit oa
lib: esr. Tae ofD.i of ibf b3ri)d;rtbd
iio'l ca:!i th -m na apf Ueiuloa to
the iiadenlgned at hji ranch on. sane bIoar
me Fur mttdCoaas by Pjlat rrihlJ. .
Tertlarjneut. O.W. fHOiO JE.
NOTICE TO SETTLE.
Tlr nndf ril;nei will leare Prett on ot
abosttbetd - f Aaui and tiealrea all ao
euuuie scltt Llri prt.-tcted atnece. Bt la
duobira notr-all cpoa the abort? da5e will b
placed with a.ri nttoroey for collection. Alio
rrqceitt tbe ltasedtale r.iarn or all Naa
btlosilcj to bla. r. CAIN 9 WOUTH.
t tt an
JIM p rr
S 5 p Xr
9X n w.1
ii p rcl
7 f) a nil
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S 1'J p ir
8 1 p ir
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