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ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER.
VOL. XXII No 21.
PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1886.
PRICE TEN CENTS.
rbepcwyuu ted an tmcasiness la thd region cf tha
tort, & slight pala In iLe t-oulder.arm or under the
t-c Idcr Soviet or wbea 70a let! VouneJf sbort e
Instil when exirasirr, cr your burl has petiads
(t Lrttinj fast, you lava heart I'inut, aad tooit
Uke lr. iTicfa lloirt Heater. t-W. lTjttTa
lr-y with each, 1jtUe, cr ced free.
There it o rmccy whlth can riral Hamirar; Tin
lor the mm ti 1,-tiitn-l roojfpetlDn, siurvbon
and ,;ck-lic2-:l-l TccSr actioc prompt and
efidectM their Utebplauect. -Sceste.
At U lruft-isi ; ora-JruM
J. J. MACX & CO.
0 end II Front St.. 8 an franclaoo. Oal.
n oca u d 1 1
one a Hi dhl mi
when applied iota the
iotrls, will be ab
tieonlcc the head of.
catarahal virus, c us
inif be-ltbv secre
tions It allays in.
themrmbrsne of the
-asal jiafsaires from
pletely he-l tores
ietnres the Ionics of
of taste and smell
A auli-k Rrllrr. A FiMlllve Cure.
Ai.m.-,e u hvplled Into cacti noatrlt and Is
am'bie to ne. Price oa cents, by mall or
t ruEctU Si:dIorcIrcn'ar.
t.I.T MlturiiKKt. Drn.glsts. Owego.N.YJ
W. U. Hatcher.
A. C Trask
ASH FORK, A. T.
Forwarding and Com
chants. A foil line of freicbters' applies alwars on
baad. Consignments solicited.
f-Ail fc ejc-keb ' ftcsptlj iHcisd
Matk goods cae ofT.&II.Ash
Mrs. James Eoach
has bought out the
and wilt keep the tables supplied wltt
ALL THE DELICACIES
that the market affords.
GIVEN TO ALL
all Kinds f Gama In Season
MiDCl ileal -
Niit. 2. lrfMv,tl.
ST. LOUIS All! Si! NCB
-ft-I X. W A-
One Change of Cars
San Francisco. Los Angeles and
St. Louis, Mo-
Polhstn rat: 81rpcg crs are now ran Dall
-ally, tMvr9 id F'nccUco, Calif oral
Los Angrles in J St. l.onu, 31a,, via The
NrwllM, ttUntlc and 1'sctBe to Altmijorqae, N.
!., the AlchUon, Toprk -ad HuiU l'e to HUte-d,
Km-, ud th SLoui end 8n Franco R-Uwartc
LLoa:i. TM 1 jlUTJy tbe only route raan'Of
ttirvcti rr. luicne chintzr to M.- hcuit. Uj ihle
Xmrtli.r i otly two ciuaotCAre Mwn UiePm
Die nJ AtuitUCcuW. uliict 1 at L.e Vega and
!'utnii for t. LoaSe an3 aU utfm rities should
bcr tfcrir Ufk.l VH KALSTEAD. Ealitu, aad till
sr. u:; its rsirn; iuuj. tn ''Omat
l'ltrtmsli Car ltutv" l'!e call upon tin
CTTnltlii T. IMClr iit'ABHFORX
dMl7 St ? s. si.
H. J, lIOKt ILL. D-WI3HABT.
Gfi. Miii-r, Qet. ?aas.Af3t,
t. Lnls, Xo. Stt Lnls Xo.
J. K. MEADOR, Aoot.
OiRce At First 2?atitu! Punk, Pras
0. S. Hutchinson,
DPHGilSI AND APOTIEGART
tJi KSfOTT, ARIZONA.
Prfscriptson Clerk in Attendance Dy
TOM AND J. T.
Neit Door to J. IV. Wilson's.
Will Open on the 20th Inst.
viiii.een uie xauits n en cud
ALL THE DELICACIES
The Market Affords.
GAME IX SEASON.
Biwi, per vcefc. .
UUUIl Mm MM m UIIU 111
TUK UW KKUll.a.TlXU TEKKI-
The following hw passed by congress
will be read with more than ordinary
interest by the jeople cf this territory:
Be it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the United
States of America inConjjress assembled:
That the legislatures of the Territories of
the United States now or hereafter to be
organized shall not pass local or special
laws in any of the following enumerated
cases, that is to say:
Changing the names of persons or
Laying m opening, altering, working
mads or highways.
Vacating roads, townplats, streets,
alleys, and public grounds.
Locating or changing county seats.
Rr-gul.iung county and township
Regulating the practice in courts of
Regulating the jurisdiction and duties
of justices of the peace, police magis
trates, and constables.
Proridms for charges of venue in
civil and criminal cases.
Incorporating cities, towns, orvillages
or changing or amending the charter ot
any town, city cr village.
For the punishment ot crimes cr mis
demeanors. For the assessment and collection of
taxes for Territorial, county.township, or
Summoning and impaneling grand or
Providing for the management of com
Regulating the rate of interest on
The opening and conducting of any
election. or desipniting the place ol
The sile or mortgage of real estate
belling to minors or oiher under dis
ability. The protection of game or fish.
Chartering or licensing f-rries or toll
Remitting fines, penalties, or forfeit,
Creating, increasing, or decreasing
f ees, percentage, or allowances of public
officers duiing the term for which said
oKcers are elected or appointed.
Changing the hw of descent.
Granting to any corporation, associa
tion, or individual the right to lay down
railroad tracks, or amending existing
charters for such purpose.
Granting to any corporation, associa
tion, or individual any special or exclu
sive privilege, immunity, or franchise
In all other cases where a general law
can be made applicable, no special law
shall be enacted in any of the Territories
of the United States by the territoria
Sees. That no Territory of the Uni
ted States now or hereafter to be
organized, or any political or municipal
corpDration or suU-division of any such
Territory, bhnll hereafter -nake any sub
scription to the capital stock of any in
corporated company, or coinpiny 01
association having corporate .powers, or
in any manner loan its credit to or use it
for the benefit of any buch company or
association, or borrow any money for the
use of any such company or association.
Sea 3. That no law of any territorial
legislature shall authorize any debt to be
contracted by or on behalf of such ter
ritory except in the following cases: To
meet a casual deficit in the revenues, to
pay the interest upon the territorial debt,
to suppress insurrections, or to provide
for the public defense, except that in
add'tton to any indebtedness created for
such purposes, the legislature may
authorize a loan for the erection ofjcnal,
charitable or educational institutions for
such jerritory, if the total indebtedness
of the territory is not thereby made to
exceed one per centum upon the assessed
value of the taxable property iu such
territory as shown by the. last general
assessment for taxation. And nothing
in this act shall be construed to prohibit
the refunding of any existing indebted
ness of such territory or of any political
or municipal corporation, county, or
other sub-division therein.
Sec. 4. That no political or munici
pal, corporation, county, or other sul
division in any of the Territories of the
United States shall ever become indebt
ed in any manner or for any purpose to
any amount in the aggregate, indebted
ness, exceeding four per centum on the
value cf the taxtble property within
such corporation, county, or subdivi
sion, to be ascertained by the last assess
ment for Territorial and county taxes
previous to the incurring of such indebt
edness; and all bonds or obligation in
excess of such amount given by such
corporation shall be void: That nothing
in this act containtd shall be so con
strued as to effect the validity of any act
of any Territorial legislature heretofore
enacted, or any obligation existing or
contracted thereunder, nor to preclude
the issuing of bonds already contracted
for in pursuance of express provisions
of law; nor to prevent any Territorial
legislature from legalizing the acts of
any county, municipal corporation, or
subdivision ot acy territory as to any
bands heretofore issued or contracted
Sec. 5. That Section iSSo, title 23,
of the Revised Statutes of the United
States be amended to read as follows:
"The legislative assemblies of the
territories shall not grant private chart
ers or special privileges, but they may,
by general incorporation acts, permit
persons to associate themselves together
as bodies corporate for mining, manu-
factuting and other industrial pursuits,
and for conducting the business ol
insurance, banks of discount and deposit
(but not of issue) loan, trust, and guar
antee associations, and for the construc
tion or operation of railroads, wagon-
roads, irngeting ditches, and the coloni
zation and improvements 01 tanas
connection therewith, or for colleges,
seminaries, churches, libraries, or any
other benevolent, charitable, or scientific
Sec 6. That nothing in this act con
taincd shall be construed to abridge
the power of congress to annul any law
passed by a Territorial legislature, or
modify any existing law of Congress
riu:rins in anv case that the laws
any territory shall be submitted to con
Sec. 7. That all acts and parts of acts
hereafter passed by any territorial legis
latum "in conflict with the provis-
iono oi this act shall be null and void.
Approved, July 30, 1886.
From Thursday's Daily.
Two stages csmi in from 1th Fork ls
lion. Hugo Richard has returned from
Mayor Kelly went out to tin? Citnctin
mi'jv to dT.
ii. y. Knibe, gnl semce iberver at
Whipple, ha returned from California,
J.J. Conway, the jeweler formerly tf
Pliacmr, is located in Mineral Park
Hon. A. W. CatUa, (Old Griwlj) is in
town and welcomes his msoy friends to
bis rooms a: me Waldo House. .
S. K Webrv.ol Siaiicopa county, who
represented that county in the iower houto
of the 12tn legislative aiierubty has
announced as candidate tor the next
Tiie lIcraM say there seen, s to be more
p-D.pect for a straggle ti ksep f ailrosds
front Phiaix than t- ot them to Pauaix
a struggle that the up?u are in no' humor
Jack HcDouald is ia town from the
Ptcic mine. Ho saye Mr. Dawes is running
the mill on good ore. and lias several
hundred too out nady to work.
W. II. Uardy, f Mohave county,
anuoaoCcO at a candidate for joint council
man fiont the northern district. Mr.
Hardy is a true republican, an honest man
and would servo the territory well in that
Call at ttie irreat clothing emporium of
J. W. Wilson & Co. for all the latest styla-
in hats, caps, clothing and men's furnishing
goods at the lowest prices. County ar
rants and jurors' certificate taken at pr.
Judge Sumner Howard and bis son-in-law
A.E.Foote have rcceu'tly made invest
ments in this territory waicb will probably
result in the return' of Mr. Poote and wile
to Hreicoit during the coming fall.
When a medicine man among the
Indians loses seven patieuts he forfeits hie
liii own life. t Tbe Needles one of tbtlD
was recently clubbed le death, beheaded
aud his body burnt, according to tie
tribal usi'ts ot the 3Iojaves. The Iadi&u is
evidently not totally devoid of a ssnse cf
Justice Paun- nberg has held Demetrio
Xabarti in the sum ot $5 tX) bail to answer
the charge of a Qiurderoua assault oa C. P.
Stanton, and for resisting an officer,
Luceru has been held ia a similar sum.
It it stated that the mill of tbe St.
Louis Yavapai company will be ready to
Ktart up by the first of September. Beside
woikingtbe waste rccK, formerly tbru
out, which will occupy eigateen or twenty
months, tbe company are repairing the
hoisting works and will put oa a bucket
that will carry 500 gallons of water.
A 3nta e crockery man bas Detn
prospecting the business opportunities of
i'rescott with a view of opeiing a atore
Judge Howard, E. W. Wells, C. B.
Foster and olheta went out to tbe Santa
Maria to-day to survey some mining
Pnenix it at last beginning to realise
tbe need of afire department. The Gazette
says a petition is in circulation asking taa
cttycoucril to vote b inds of 83,000 for
tbe orgaoiattion ol a fire department.
Another piper it beintr circulated taking
tbe naints of those who are willing to
join the fire company. Tile outlook for
Pacini is better than ever I'efore.
Tbe wile of Uosca Grrcnbaw made
tomeyeatt cakes tho other day, and set
them out-on a box to dry. A dog belong
ing to thu place came along aud ate the
cakes. Immmediately aiterwards he
began to swell up and exploded with a
great shock. Uoiea says that if bo had
bad the doj; in town on tbu morning of the
fire, he wcnld have saved half the buildings
destioyed, by virtue of blowing them up.
Dr. It 1L Robinson p:rforniod a success,
fui urgitMl operation operation yestarday
on. a man named Thomas PearMin, in the
county hospital. Tbe latter wu placed in
the hospitil to be treated for cancer which
had eaten bin arm nearly off at the wrist.
On examination ol it, Dr. Robinson found
that the only means of saving his life wis
by amputating tbe arm above the elbow
which be accordingly did.
The way-bill received on tbs Prescott
stage yesterday was somewhat unique, and
reminds cs of the "wild western ttyle"
given us by esstern psperi. It read:
Old drunk trom Pig Bug to Phenix- paid
urn; ed oil at Cook's ranch." The facts
stated, however, are cerrect, and the stage
which arrived this morning could give
no information ot the missing and inebri-
ted individual. Gatetts.
The application of the admintUatrix of
the estate of A. L. M seller, deceased, tit
sell real estate was postpened for hearing
to-day by Probate Judge Hawkins untij
Owing to the strained condition of
affairs between Mexico and the United
States, the pursuit of Indians on Mexi
can soil, by United States troops, is by
no means a safe proposition at present
TsvwHare lr4 Itrai.- I
The dry plain-a:e hating i,cirni!of
death encctci 11 ,on them tU' days.
Lat evf-nin Mr. J. Johnson wrw lives
above town on thu Miropi Canal, In
reluming homo from Sacttou iltfcovtrrd
tbe remans ot ft mm near lie road be-
twren Sacjton and Taipc,nd icme twWe
mile stuih ul Temp-. The remain e
evidently tbaie of a rnsn who had pemh-i!
of heat and thirst and had bven dead
A telegram was :ilff rrceived I y tl.c Cor
O'Jtrtbat thereniiini ufaiiwa had beiii
f )UU't on til" C-otennat f,oi(l, s.iatunreet ol
Wickenbnrg just over the line, iu Vuma
omoty, bi h.id uv:.l!itiv died from heat
and tli rs-t. Tut rimaim bid ulmi-st
completely liid up, and the mm bail
evidently b;m I-ad lor Minx t ctmiteub!c
length of tiitie.
It i almost rertain death In tho liei.t
of SUm-oer to he caught on (hi Rtnit
barren plr.ini withiut witrrmd in the
beat of l!u son, itiJ no man should
attempt M mikel'ju .luianen on to.it
over thstn ai it is im;n-P!e 1- eirry
enough water to supply tbe necai Urt in
TheC)Mur is miking up ajurytugo
out f ir ihe rein-tint on the Stcaton rotd
The Lalrataa Viratrat Claeiverr.
Or. J. Da Pr.n's Hamburg Figs. A
ciytal r-il iruit cathartic. A discovery
of th gren'tet interest U the Medicil
Profusion. A btwn t. every
household. A u.ost ielicinus laxative or
purgative prepsred from Units aad vege
table. So perfectly harmltss that taey
may tic administered with entire safety to
an infant. So efficacious to adults that a
single dose will prove their value, ai:d so
elegant a preparation that it nerds only to
be prreerited to the public to becoitea
necessity in tvery household throughout
tbi land. For liver eimpUint?, Habitual
conattpition, tmli:eston, dyspepsia and
piles, tfce) are a specific. To traveler by
sea and laud th-y will be found invaluable
they are p-itivrly unfailing in tre.r action;
and this 1. tbe ouly 'medicine ever offered
to the public that is acceptable to tbe
taste, aud f. plcasutit that childten will eat
tbe tis as rngerly as candy. For sale by
every drutUt throughout tbe world.
Price 35 cents a box. J J. lck & Co.
Prop's., 9 and 11 Front street, San Fran-
Orders luvo bisa ruived by Mr. W. B
Edwards, who baa been appointed construe,
tiog engineer, to commence the prelimi
nary construction of tho 2jlabaa5, Tucson
and .Northwestern railroad and to nego
tiate contrici to grade, Isy the iron and to
construct bridges, tbe work to comrueace
on September 1st. lots is good uews for
the iieople ol the S.mt.'i Crux vally and
tsitcitn direct from an authoritative
soutce. it it thoroughly rc iabie. Citizsn.
Turre "e.ini to be fc kin J of cruel ft
connected witli the ica butiurss in Poeoix.
It is only a (hurt time ii no-; two prominent
nombere of the rival comjuiii.-i iieid a
shooting tourniiment tiding each otbtr n
targets. Phenix pipers now, annout.ee
troublu iu iegrd to i!k oaric.-b.'np ot the
corjioration cinceru, atu tuat through a
ladder slipping, S. O. li-mntwis thrown
against a sl.stt rol in bi in: fe:ory, bich
was making ouie 200 rcvo.u'ums a m-n-ute.
A? n ru-iilt, tie wa4 etiipp.-d of his
clotLcs. tii- ueck liidlj skinned aud l.i
booy eevi-rely brunrtl. lnjurte- ure psin
fdl but l:t SrtloU".
The cow converts millions of tons of
berbsgd every yar iuto tbe richest f'od
for man. Although toe scslo of animal
extstenca is almost infiattely graduated,
the etiw is the chief coantctiug link be
tween huiuin i e and the earth that sup
ports it. Sic is man's forager and nurse
after he quite bis mother's breast till he
drop into bis gravs Her patient
churning mouth is strajB go ng as if she
was aware that millions are depending vn
her for their most wholixeme luxuries,
as well as nearly hslf their sustenance.
A man namel William Spencer, alias
Payson, but loom &caerally known as
"Broncho Bill," died at the county bnepi
tal yesterday afternoon and was buried
this morning. Deceased was about 45
years of age and had worked for 8. C.
Miller lor several yean. He suffered a
sun stroke iu Pheuix aliout a year ago,
incs when he has lien in ill health. He
hai len quite sick an I coaipliiniog ot
sf vi're piiai in his head fot the last several
daye and was jsiterday removed to tbe
county hospital where he died three hours
after being admitted
Captain McBeth, of the Chaffee light
artillery, Denver, telegraphs to the Presi
dent as fellows: Can furnish four guns
and a battery of one hundred men to
assist in maintaining the rights of Amer
MORE TRUE THAN POETIC
The hot weather has rapidly ripened
the usual crop of newspaper "jokes" on
the reputed fondness of yeucg women
for ice cream. Some of the jests are
new, many are old, and more or lass
tiresome, and all of them based npon
the idiotic assumption that one of the
most reprehensible and dangerous of
American extravagances is the feminine
eating of ice cream. It is about time
that this nonsense should stop. The
sex which squander three-quarters of a
billion of dollars every year in dtink and
tobacco ought to make less noise abau
the comparatively insignificant sums
which womea consume in dainties of any
kind. Las Vegas Optic
An old physician, retire! from prae
having had placet In his hand by an 2
India missionary tbe formula of a simple0
table retaedy for the spredy and peraa,
eure of Consumption. Bronchitis. Catt
Asthma and all throat and lang affect on s
aim a noaltlve and radical cure for Xervous
Debility and all Nervous Complaints, after
bavlng tested Its wonderful curative powers
In thousands of cases, has fell It bis duty to
make It known ia nis runermx leuawt, ac
tusted by this motive and a desire to relelve
humaa suffering, I will sead free of cbarga.to
all who desire It, this reclt.e, In Uerraan
French or Engllan, witn tun direction to;
nrtDarlnir and nslnr. Bent by Ball bv ad
dressing with stamp, Lamlag tola paper, W.
A.NOYE9, 149 Power's Block. Roeosatcr,
LMK TO A SUET-.
Adrm, Hut tloj bd:ru!ieii by
I'ne cruel ivnh of that bold o,m
Who, fired most likf) by jealousy,
Can by it boat mount but a span,
Toward tho hilit 1 trong vice rciie-)
IVben'ere i '1u-)t.;r sings or praeh-r
Shall one lht tcou'lipnc of cliqu,
luzzlm foticetU in nny birroom,
Avail with rritic ."uitc 10 kiek
S thouluItsntT r serious hnrm;
And must we losa tbee quite lor t!ii.
Shall y.m fail utterly for a hiss?
Wliy mn! there ne'er ws yet
Hot hid hi fame to flbt for
"doore thailengcd Byri.it, in lit,
.aii rbereby won a ilit for
Ills "ilirp tliit oncj thto'Tara'e Hall,"
And songs tbar Itv.? de.-pitu tho bral.
Mtk you tio.v 3yron had t tcatbe
(It critic,) 'o their l-Winr; Himme.
Tins rolum; of h- vrondrous wrath
Greatly iddn gtory to liu no me,
For jmc it m and bil designed
To lash ibe mean ones of his kind.
Thou bast admirer, well I know.
And many who shill pleasure dr.iv
From veisea thou myat haply throw,
At creatures of the vulgar jw
Be you advised by me and meet iImiv,
With tines that cm bntb charm aad beat
Head the hoptta! ri portr, read tt.e saor
tuary reports, read the medical publica
tion, read the dally newsp4perj, and learn
how wide-spread is heart Jisesse, how
difficult of detection it is to most people,
bow many aad Low sudden are tho deaths
it cau;e. Then read Dr. Flint's Treatise
on Heart Durbs-, and .'eirn what it i, aad
what CiUree it, what disicjis it gives ri-e
to, what symptocs are, and how it ruiy l e
attacked. If you find I hat you havu t.rart
diseipc, akit. yiior .Irusist for a iwiltio of
Dr. Flint' H--rt U-mi ly. Tli.- treatise
may be had on application to
J. J . Mack & Co. S. F.
The following is the list of letter
remaining at the Pot Office in Prescott,
Arizona, for the week ending August 12ib
Brooks, Geo Laudenaack, Cbas
Clarke, Jno Lucey, Henry-
Coulson, C B (3) Morris, Jm
Carson, Alfrl Nichols, F H
Colby, Web Pdtr, Jni
DllliughamftNeberyReid J A
Fieer, Faony Miss Shonse, J
Hix, Jno William, Chat R
Jinks, A T Johnston, Ed
Call for advertUed letters.
I H A MARSH,
This powder never varies. A marvel of
rmrltv. stremrth and wholesoinene s. More
e.inlmicai than 'he or.l nary kinds aai ran
not be sold In cumpelttlou with tne uullltade
of low-Us,t sbi-rt elgh. alum or I'botpbata
roruirs. sou oiiir m cans. Koyai Bating
Powder Co. 106 Wall treet, "r.w fork.
Smelting & Lead Go
416 Voitgotnery Street.
Refiners of Gold and Silver Ores and
Highest Prices Paid for Gold, Silver and
.Lead Ores and bulphurets.
Manufacturers of Bluestone, also Lead
Pipe, Sheet Lead, Shot, Etc
This Company has the Best Faci liti
the coast for working
OLD, SILVER AND LEAD ORES JXD
Prentiss Sklby, Supt
Ice. Ice ! Ice!
THREE CENTS PER POUND.
Delivered to any part
of town and
Depot at the Stockgrow so
John H. Smith.
Bank Of Prescott,
First National Bank
T. J. Butler, 1 J. F. Meador
President. J Cashier.
A general banking business dene
There are Three Things we are Striving
To have you read our "Ad."
To visit our store when you are in town.
And to go away satisfied that Geo. H. Curry has
Sold you honest goods at Loweat Prices.
It is always a pleasure to wait on you, and we will show you a
large line of American Silver Watches, in handsome
styles and finest qualities.
eftJgOur $10 Silver Leader is the best watch, in the market for
Beautiful uovelties itt Rings, ladies' Sets, ladies and nisses' Neck
Charms, gent's beat Chains, gold and silver Filigree Goods,
Locket3, Lace Pins, Gold Pens and Holders, and
many other beautiful novelties.
An elegant line of Solid Silver and Silver Plated ware, suitable
for presents and decorating your table5?.
We pay special attention to fitting spectacles, and long expe
rience with these goods, and the use of our Optometer,
enables us to give ycu a lense adapted to your sight
Colt, Winchester, Kennedy and Marlin rifles, double and single
barrel Shot-Guns, Pistols, Cutlery, Quartz Glasses, Ammu
nition, and a complete line of cartridges, at the lowest prices.
Wo artj selling Winchester cartridges, 44-73 model at $1, 45-60
at 75 cents per box.
Por pretty glass goods for the table, call and see our Amberian'
ware, made up in ice cream nappies, mush bowls, milk sets, etc.
51 Prompt attention paid to watch work and jewelry repairing.
Country orders solicited a-id good treatment guaranteed.
WM. HEISLER, PROPRIETOR.
- 0 -
In order to better accommodate
m connection with our California market, (at South Monte
zuma street,) the Bull's Head marker, North ilonte- .
zuma street, next to the P. & O. Eestaurant, near
the cowc of Gurley Street, where we will
keep always on hanrjfjfe best assortment
the following reauced prices for cash,
Beef by hlndqnarier.-
ueer lein .
Heef rump and rounu,
Bf rib ruejit- .
nr Dials iMlllnir
Beef sirloin and o'lerhous? static
Beer prim tenderloin end portr
noons 1 tn -
Reef round and chock :e ke SiolO
Muttnn bv careaes or alae 8
Meats Delivered to all parts of
Bliss C. Johnston, Proprietress,
Only hotel in Prescott where
leaving the house.
ALL THE DELICACIES OF THE SEASON SERVED.
Special attention Paid to Families
Best Table Board, $7 Per Week.
FiC Sill MIL
GURLEY STREET, OPP, NEW CLUB ROOMS,
WILL ALWAYS BE
KELLY & STEPHENS!
GOLDEN ETJLE STOKE,
Han UK LsstacdtcatCtTerc7 n m1 Stock
osi Couplets stock if the Famous Oregon Cassimere Clothing. 81a
Lined Goods. Pacific Coast Flannel Underwear,
ND AX ENDLESS YA RITT OT
u:c! ngham Hecht's Unrivalled Mar.ufac
Boots; and Shoes.
HP'errr seaa ta ace oaecUtiIUtBecl Is A r!oe.jl
NORTHWEST CORNER PLAZA.
THE LEADING HOTEL OF PRESCOTT
The Only Hotel in
Hard Finished EDoms.
SITTING AND DINING ROOMS ARE THE LARGES
AND BEST APPOINTED IN PKESCOTT. .
our customers, we have opened
and quality of meats, which we will sell at
to which theattenUon of the public
Mat ton snoUIdfrand eback ehop10
Maiton prime ,'"p IS
lj4IQiy lil.e, , ,
Lamb ribs antt loin cbop- -
Uml tconidrraod le
fort by sldeor quarter .
.17 to 2$
Pork sii9He .
tha City and fart Whiooie Erea
patrons can obtaiu meals with ou
Finest Rooms in Presco
- - - Propr
Liquors and Cigars
SERVED TO PATRONS
Northern Arizona With
A, Kendall Proprietor.
Atlantic & Pacific Railroad
S T A T I OSS.
4 14 am
i lap b
4 St p Mi
: io pa
9 30 a us
Kl gt e
NtlrtIial f ITT .
Ar . San Krnol-o
10 Mm i
3 30 pi
T-rouh ui kets to all Iroportantelllaa east
anil west on s lie at tne principal stations.
VlaLaj una to the Indian rllla.o of Ao
ma, 16 utttee.
Vli Wlngnt. to Tort Wtngatc. 3 miles:
v'la Maua.dlto to Fori Detlanee (Xaralo
Ajrjr-yl SS nillra;CanouclC-eLleasilIs;
Ke o C.-non. 9o ratle.
'l-Holt.roo&.til-wrekly.taees. to Fort
A ache, 9o milen: bprtngerrtfle M oiIIm;
Sjow Low. 5 mike; l'jlorHle. S3 miles;
AJoaal Inttian VU Si-(no re.clar te) So
VU Xava.'o. dairy ttugrg to SIU Johna. S4
niSIm: SprlnserrlllH 55 mile.
VI Wlnelow to Brlcham City aad Sunset
Via Ash Fork, dallr aUCce to Preecott
and W-lppiv Barracks, 54 miles; daliratacea
trom PrecoUloihenlxud trl-weekly atac.
to Fort Verde.
Via 1'iacli Sprints to tbe Grand Canoa ot
the Coior-dv. 13 rait -a.
Via Kinrman. a lly stages to Htocktoa
UIII. to miles; MIn lPark. 14 miles; Cerba
Via Yucca to Slta l.4o mllea.
Via TLb exiles. ateatntro.Yama, Co
orado river s.tncy.Fort Volare. Mnjave Cl
Hardy vlile, Arizon ,nd Kl Dorado Can
W. A. BISSELL,
.ineral 1'ai.en.er Asent.
D. K. ROCl.s OS,
General iltccr. Albuqueniue.X. M.
Tm AKIZOKA JOTKNAI. Ml.VCI la PR
If d er-rr clyln tbe week eiee, t Sun cm
rum auzoxa tr jouXAi..fiaji ta
8 abashed every Wedn dy at Fresuttt. Uha
iplUI f tne'ierzitory.
Till. AKIZOXA VVBLlHMMti
Dsvot- V t-e commercial and eoalasaa ia -
iTf-st o' tSi Ttrritorr.
DAILY per year " - ' IZM
Wrxi one year. 4 U)
" " " sn months. , 3 M
if oasy day bu remitted by r cisteted letter
rwwtoXee order or draft.
TheJoD.Tt.-iIn;wi'. k d'.llTerd by
arrler t abcriN:rs in t-o ctty for S5 cent
Local notices will be Inserted at UJteen
cents a line for tbe first Insertion and ten
ents per Use for ecb ubf equent Insertion.
Corref-jndenL-e on all subjects of general
nterest 111 be accepted, anu news from any
ocalltjls solicited, es racially trom the mining;
imps and a;rrictilrl districts.
All commcnlct-.lons sbould be addressed to
he Joc-sai, Jf issit. lrescott, Arixona.
K. C. Dixx. ltooin So. s. Mnrcbanta'Ex
.iiRf. 8a Frne!eo, la tole apent for Iba
lies Jora.sAi.-Nt.-3it tn that city. He
. l oorlzad ti collect moneys dee tbt
,U 'libaieot.take orders for ndverttstna;,
i d tsn.l to any other bcelnesi devolvlnc
'pon ms ta repintatlve -ftb.pab
hr. The I.vir JocRtA.MtM -m.
PKwi..luirr will t. roaud
at At hit. oSce.
Katt-M at Osal JadTertlataa;.
trami. District Court,
nmmxjs Justice Coart
i . n , ,
t. n.lOnce Noltc.forPnbllcaiIon).
Aopllculon for P-tnt
a iaCilstrators ,KotIet
e neuire ollo
JIAV EE TOUSD OS
fili: at uko. r.
v.-paper Adi-ertULxiir Ilarvmu (10 SrcrCS
- ..uteri, whhb ji
. rTMUtO CO.VT81CT8
r bo mi tin for If la
U tm fll in Pli!ikUtAW
E U Uki .wnuar Aare
M. W. AVER SON. oar aiubur-wl aceaav
rtlvfR-T A P'M'S ftt VMtS
E. JI. SANFORD.
Prtacott .... Arizoam.
Olllca on Cotiez Strest, a few doora nortS
FHE Of JO CIV AI Office.
DR. F. K. AIXSWORTH,
Pnieicus iKD HvaOM.
(Clc Octagonal tlldtn..Car'ey trta.
WiL E. HcGEEW,
A TT KNEY-AT-LA'W". U. fl. COM VI
A MIOXKR antt U.r Third D:.trlct Court,
Virapui county. Ofilee next door to It-t
a Wrlla.I'reaeort. A.T.
,IL K. B0BINS0N,
Physician and Surceow,
Olbce oa Jlontcznas street,
Oae door North of Hcesp t Co'a Drugstora'
L. F. EGGERS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
DISTRICT ATTORNEY OF YAVAPAI COUKTT,
Office in Court House Preicott.
. C HERNDON. J J. ITAWKINS
HERNDON k HAWKINS,
ATTOROEYS AND pjUNSELORS AT LAW
Special attention to conveyancing and
oftice work of ail kinds.
ATTORNEY GEXRAL OK A-tZONA
ATTOESXT A5D COTXXSXXOls AT LAW
Orricx Over the Bank of AzUoaa,
J A. Ru;h. E.TV.Vreis, Sciaaer Howari
KCSH, WELLS & HOWARD,
Attorneys and Oosntellors at Law
Prescott, Yavapai Cocnty, Arizona. Will at
tend promptly to all b-slnet entrusted to
them in the courts of record Ia the territory
HENRY CLAY BURKE.
ATTO NEY AND COUNSELOR -AT-LAW.
S-WI1I practice In all tbe courts o.' Alisons,
and before tbe varlotu Departments In Wash
ington, D. C.
OOce Hoom No. 3, over Dant of Arizona.
Prescott, A. T.
CHOP f HOUSE.