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1RIZ0NA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER.
PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 188G.
PRICE TEN CENTS.
YOL. XXII No 23.
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Ti Greatest K -Z-a ..ar A of ths Are!
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I.o.ornpp'-illr. llf r-Iaco.tiT, Tain la
Ihe brail, with n Cull M-a.atlon lb ibo
aelt r""l. l'aiia r .trr Ilio nbouldrr
blade, rcllnras nfirr cstins, i:lth n2I
lnctlnntlac to exert 03 of IxiJr aricat.
Irritablliij-oricnipct. I.otr pliit, wltU
fcellnso! bnTtn: r ireird HOinednlv
Wcariorss. Uizzicrs. rimt;rln at tlio
Ileart. llel before ' r- cc. Jleadacbe
rer lc rSsbt cjr. .weitlt.nc, with
Mtfuldrrnm.. Iliclily cc'.artd Uriae.and
TCTT'S niXSz e-:r i:!yaaapteil
to uch ca. c i ciTcc;!. encli a
tbanrcofferllrT ".4 mi. iiUic sufferer.
txxlr to Take on Ji--ti.t im rtfa II
noarUhrl.arl ir' Tunic Action on
the llBtleOrcif.- .t. 3u.rftoolra
pilorrg. M 1 " ' MiirmrM....
TOTT'S EXTR> EiHSJPMILli
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toucA i mvujcrcte tbo
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FFICIi 1 1 MttrravSi.tXeirYork.
TAX m s
for the current year
Are Now Due,
ami payab'o at the otik-e of the
tax ofieetor ut : i. euiit; and
mit be ui I im "- before the
lollov.-injr, uti'kr a 'nalty of
five jer cent, to 5 e added there
to, utiles paid within the time
County Treasurer and Ex-Offi-
Vi Tax Collector.
Prcscott, Aiiz. Auir. "23, 1SSG.
' will n.t meet wi
SI ON I E
OlDIST AH!) m
Belt, r than the beit impottcd.
Foil sal:: bv the
Krrftl KfiO' nilri Hnt.tle
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On the An Y r' rca !, at Curs ranch,
Ctirnichac K-nA Kp m-nn-laMnn
iUi IICTCICia a u nciglilSIt.
Furnished on Ajip'.ication.
O f.pi) f"
Drinks and Cigars reduced to
12 J. cents.
GIVE T1IE.M A CALL.
Now that it is established beyond
qucstun ihit we are to have a railroad
I an effort should be made tovatds setting
rr-ducit n woiks m Trescott or some con--enicnt
i:mt to be selected by those
T succeed in ar, unilertakin;; of this
kind wemu t all aree that a showing to
justify mint be made. How to do it is
It is impossible for our citizens to
offer as an inducement a cash considera
tion, but they would give their hearty
co-opt ration to the best cf iht tr ability.
L ui btforo the arrival of the locomo
tivr m t'rcscoU w j hjV- a ndt to expect
there will be those vis.ttng this section
seckuif; in advance what any appear to
them desirable opportunities for invest
ment and it is all important tn e pre
pare ourse!es to present to such with a
much lorct) as (Ossible, sonic pace in
nich the csuhUhm of reduction
woiks in this section may recive favor
There ate tbo.o anion; us, wh i discredit
the ibmty t the mines and mine o-.wiers
of this section to su-ply a p!.n- of sutri
cient iinporur.o to be ( niu-h benefit
andofci.uiie we cannot expect much
assistance :rom this d-ubtfut cias until
we have demonstrated to them, as t!l
es ir.c c-up.taits'. by substantial evidence,
that we have mineral resources cakulat
d to bniv t i'im I ahty satisiaiiory
and bnii r.cul t.sult.
Tne f wn S0U4estMns aie hiown
out for wht ihe are worth: That some
one be selected o commu.ncase with
the mine owners cf this outny request-
in thetn to forward to a certain address
at their earliest convenient-, siy tmy
pounds ot ruch ore as they a:e prepared
to lurnidi, in quantities IrO 11 ono o
1 twenty 10:1s per mouth, wiJi -uch evi
dence t" nie.r ability to vcrtl), as would
b; shown by a brief oescn(:..n of ihe
prop:ru, amount ot work o M', location,
J amoufii 01 orj 01 duni,, cos: of trans
p.irtaiion, cost ot cxiractiou, uc.
Tne pir;y to wh nn triesc s;uip:es are
to bi addressed is 1 ) j.rovide a suitable
rojm, with s nali b-ns or b e-. arranged
or co.1ven1e.1ce, and to attach those to
the descriptions atco.npanj in samples
With a cor.tiibuMon of uYs k:nd troui
the hundreds ot mines tributaiy to this
loOihl,', there would be established, be
y..n,l a doubt, th.- existence of oie in
aUiitc.cn: quantity, and of that character
that wvul.t jasuiy the buinJu.j; of works
sumc'Aheie in this iiiinicduie vicinity.
At any raie it would lurnisii an oppot
tunity f jr the outsider to determine
somcUim.; as to the variet), and if not
wholly satistieil a to quant ty (and we
were s ttsiied that the e:sp si:tor. and
ability of th .ie dcyinii;; further tntorina
tion was sucli as to j js:il ), a call to
the nrne c ai.i oe isacu .uu w-m
could maU y.od his represeniaiions.
Upon being thus saiisrltd that a mar
ket would be furnished at lume, (Pret
cott or vn.ir.iu), a thju.tt.J Uns of
forty to fifty oance ore would bs con
tiivJUttd .'.d iki.vere.i without Cwst 10
the parly or .o.iquny making it possible
to te-hz-'on that grade of ore.
Miners, of course, should bo careful
in making their selections and estimates
If it wen: possible in this way, or in any
other, to bring the attention of a party
scrkmg an investment of this kiud in
contact with tne hundrtds tf men en
gaged in mining in this section, it would
rcsul. in thoroughly establish. ng the ad-
visa'iiluy of the enieipnse.
With no more evidence o! our im
parlance as a mining lici.it- then s
suggested by the occ isional miner who
visits i'rescott to disburse t ae balance
returned to him from the shipment cf
hih ittade ore, and the other few. who,
owing to tneir inability to realize on fifty
or sixty-Mince ore, are compelled to
make their monthly trips to lay in the
scanty supply upon wliich tliey subsist
while developing the grade of mines,
(that will iet nuke us conspicuous as a
bullion producing section,; is it to be
wondered that we get the reputation of
beins: an inactive communiiy and non-
ese suggestions made
ith the approval of
J miners, but something should be done,
! and that at once.
Wlicrr .irl Arr Klt ia 3srs.
The Washington Star ays: "United
siutcs Ci'Ur,ui u-tiitn, nas mace
some exhaustive studies of theinhabi-
j tants f New Britain, an isl ind in the
J South Pacific Ocmn and gives the
j State Department the benefit of his
' researches. Anion" other thing's, he
mc ti inh.iKT..nt Kvi thf ritcmm cif
confinir- thtir girl? in ca'es until ihev
tare old cnou;h to marry. These girl-
cjjim are madeof twis of the tialm-tree.
i and the girls are p it in there when they
G w allowcd to leave the
j house under the circumstances, and arc
i only taker, ou: ot the cages on:
l0 gr0 up strorig and healthful in spite
I of those disadvantages. The natives
; are very fond of jewelry made of shell
, or bone. B tn men and women ate
entirely nude, except for a small strip of
bark or lervcs.
I Th nfrmrwr nr TnsV-inf fun fit f r
i t 1 a -
Bayard for the quality cf his special
envoy to Mexico. When Mr. Sedgwick
arrived in the land of tomales, the sable
sons of the Mor.tezumss get him hilar
iously drunk and had lots of fun with
Ludwig Thomas teacher of music.
A Maulkri Ilauui.
New York capitalists have purchased
4,ooa acres of Und, including the town
of South l'lttsburg, in Marion county,
Tennessee and will make oiher invest
ments at that tioini. This is one of the
finest locutions lor city in the south,
situated in a lertile section lying on the
line of the Jasper bianch of the Nash
ville, Chattanooga and SU-otiis, and the
projected line of the Memphis and
Charleston railwy,which will be built this
year. The facilities for nanJlmg coal
and iron are not exceeded by B.nning
ham, and there is every reason to believe
it will gro cquilty as fast as Alabama's
iron center. There are two large fur
naces and onr foundry m South Pitts
burg, which is turning out 300 tons of
iron per day. Tne Tennessee Coal,
Iron and Railway company, in selling
the town, retained enough Und for the
successful operation of their business.
The price received wa $300,000 cash.
Jubl nt J'heulic
rhenix is jubilant over the receipt cf
a telegram from San Fraucisco stating
that the proposed line of railroad from
Maricopa 011 the Southern Pacific to
Pi,..nir will l built, arransements
having been made for the immediate '
construction. The contract for the
builJitiK of the road has been let
to Lorns K. Lock of Jerseyville,
111., and work will begin at once, j
the necessary iron and ties having all j
t.,, .,,1 for ..in.l other nrelimina-
iess h iving been settled. The comean j
contracting for this work is the original
Maricopa & Pacific railroad company.
The length of the track to b? laved is
thirty-six miles and it is authoritatively
stated that cars will be ruuniiig into
Plienix about next February.
Uanrlax (trl in J pin.
Tne gesha, or dancing-girl, are an
order of society in :hnelves. The
Japanese dances all consist of posturing,
and to the untrained ? they would
look exactly alike, if it were not that m
ssm fans are used, while in o hers vail.
Tlie dances, with he exception of one,
called Ton Kino said to have be.n
taught them by the old Dutch settlers
are all strictly proper, ?nd fuch as ihe
modest maiden could w.tness without a
blush. The last-named dance is, how
ever, as indecsnt as theothets ure moral,
and consists, after a little posturing, in
paying forfeits. The dance bfgins by
taking ou: thehairpms, and continually
hying aside their clothing until riot a
a stitch is left to lay aside. Tnis per
formance is prohibited by law. The No
dance is one ot the traditions of Japan,
and can now only very seldom be seen.
When foreigners wish to see the native
dance, they go to some tea-house, and
after intormmg the landlady of iheir
desire, squat on mats and await the
KKi'l'UMV t Vmtf.hi h.
The republican convention of Mari
copa county btfore adjournment adopt
ed sa-ne stirrini; resolutions, a-uor.g
hich are the fallowing:
We arraign and accuse the democratic
party of Maricopa county with upholding
crime, in that it places polygamists and
criminals in patty effires, as the recoids
of courts and its party nominations
The repuhcan patty of Maricopa coun
ty denounces the conduct of the demo
cratic governor uf Arizona on his bitterly
partisan prosecution of the insane asylum
commissioners of the territory, which
has led to the continued keeping of our
territorial insane in California asylums
at great and unnecessiry expanse to the
territory, while an ample and commod
ious building for the care and treatment
of the insine remains unoccupied in this
We commend and endorse the action
of the insane ass'lum commissioners who
have built and finished an asylum for
the tern orial insane that is a credit to
Arizona, and a: a cost unusu illy low for
so commodious -nd substantial a build
ing. That tre adyise our legislature to con
sider the matter of making our territorial
prison self sustaining, and that they will
urge the legislation necessaty to piocure
That the republican party views with
alarm the spread of polygamy within the
erritory, and demands the enactment
and enfotceraent of laws that shall effec
tually suppress the same.
That we denounce as dishonorable the
corrupt political praciices that now pre
vail to such an alarming extent, and
which tend to the promotion of incom
petent and dishonest men to places of
j.ubhc honor and trust.
The Courier nominates Judge John
Howard "for some position" on the
republican county ticket. The disinter
ested recklessness of our democratic
contemjrarary in selecting republican
candidates is somewhat remarkable.
It is also remarkable that its nomina
tions arc all made of men who would
not accept office from any party.
Judge John Howard, is one of the
oldest Hasa-amK!rs in this county and
it is proverbially known that the nomi
nation for any olfi.ee he might desire
lias been at his command for years
from the republican party. He is not
politically ambitious and while he turns
out and works for party success he
invariably refuses to listen to the
entreaties of his friends to become a
G. II. Huber, a first-class practical
jeweler and watchmaker, can Ira found
at Lincoln's drug store, fully prepared
to do work in his line. All work
warranted and satisfaction guaranteed
Give him a trial.
Tkn Borate PilMary.
The primary flection for the selection
of delegate to Uh) Republican county
convention wan held to-day. A iinall
ripple of excitement was created in the
morning over the fact tliat email ntim
ler of tieketu had been printed with only
ten names on them, instead of the
twenty candidate named at the mass
meeting on Thursday evening. Before
the twill had opened, however, this had
died away, and while there was some
button-holing done during the day, the
election passed off quietly, and the best
of feeling prevailed. The iolls closed
at 3 o'clock, there being 190 votes
trailed, resulting in the election of the
following delegates :
N. C. Sheckcls, H. A, Kendall,
Jul. N. ltodenburg. John Duke,
Geo. W. Sines, Ilezekiuh Brooks,
Fred Brccht, Joseph Dougherty,
Geo. S. Porter,
Samuel Hill and Jos. Long lcing a
The election for delegates from
Whipple was held lietween 12 and 1
o'clock, Mr Lynch was chairman of
the meeting and Phil. Miller secretary.
There were four candidates for delegates
as follows: Chas H. Allabach, Thos.
O'Mara, It. S. Tea and S. Carlin, and
the vote resulted in the election of
Aliabacli and U .Mara.
Cka.sra r r itlu.in la.anari mini
The Dail.- Tombstone announces
the following prices for political
announcements in its columns:
Treasurer 0 00.
District Attorney 60 00
Keeorder 60 00
County Judge SO 00
County Atfcesor 50 0
Member Territorial Council f0 00
Clerk of County Court 25 00
Board of Supervisors 25 00
Member of Legislature 25 00
Townsh'p Officers. ..p. . 25 00
City Keeorder 25 00
City Ass'r and Tax Collector. . 25 00
Chief of Police 25 CO
City Attorney , 40 00
Coroner and public Admins'r . . 25 00
I. Haaavoia Uatara
Lamp sliadcs of plaited silk are bor
dered by fine Valenciennes lace.
Cut glass is now seen in all the old
English cuttings which are very fine.
Doilies are now most fashionably
worked in white linen thread or iUs.
Japanese curtains in figured silkhare
used for work aprons for young ladies.
A large rcket holds the work und
crewels, wliilc bows of ribbon finish the
Beautiful work for summer is in makr
ing the luxurious bed furniture from
Dresden linen, the entire surface of
which is wrought of fagotting and Kens
ington stitch in tlosctte.
Pretty work baskets are made of a
delicate tort of wicker in the shape of a
three-legged stand and basket tray.
This may Ira made as pretty as good
taste can dictate with ribbon, silk and
Nice curtains for a Cliippcndale lrad
are made of Madras muslin outlined in
gold thread. This would be pretty
summer work and something which
would amply repay one for the trouble
Charming 5 o'clock tea-cloths may be
made of Japanese silk into which a
fancy fringe is tied. If the Innge is
made of washing silk the cloths wash
perfectly. Those fancy fringes are very
easilv made. Ex.
.'. P. Mtthtaa Ara.alltr-4.
Our fair minded( t) and impartial(T)
contemporary, that was so very ready to
cast a slur on the republican party,
because of the arrest of C. P.Stanton,
on a charge of being implicated iu the
Barney Martin murder, and which at
the same time assured, by implication,
the guilt of one of the most prominent
citizens in the county, simply bacause
of liis arrest, on suspicion, will no doubt
make tho proper amends now by pub
lishing the following from the Phenix
Herald : C. P. Stanton, who was
brought ou a charge of implication in
the Martin masscre. was released yes:
terday, not au iota of evidence of any
kind being found against him. It now
begins to leak out that the arrest was a
bit of spite work, it appearing that cet-
tain parti is were endeavoring to sella
large spring to the New Yord Stock and
Water Company operating in Antelope
valley, to which Stanton claimed title
and sale, and these are the parties
at whose instigation Stanton was
arrested. That this is the fact appears
to Ira the case, is not a whit of evidence
of any kind lias been found, though
every endeavor has b;cn made to impli
cate Stanton ; even in the confession of
the Mexican now in jail there appears
not a word that snggests Stanton in
PalBllall.a -t (be Heart
Persons who suffer from accasional
palpitation of the heart are often un
aware that they arc the victims of heart
disease, and are liable to die without
warning. They should banish this
alarming symptom and cure the disease
by using Dr Flint's Heart Remedy.
At all druggists, or J. J. Mack fc Co., 0
and 11 Front St., S. F,
Haalacas 0.Brtaalt j-.
Wanted. A reliable enterprising
man with good business qualities, with
small capital, to open a branch store in
safe and profitable business in Prescott,
Address "Business" Journal-Mixer
office giving name to insure a reply
The firm of Martin fc Burmcister has
this day been dissolved by mutual con
sent. IL Martin.
I Prescott, Sept. lit., 1886, d
A NNO UXCEM KXTS .
FOIi JOINT COUNCILMAN.
I he vbj aniioiiu i- mrt'lf a a ! le for
tjie 'f.l c of Join' L'iutir. .n t 1 i r.-u
! ot Yuvbai. MancuiKi, Apj. It , Yum anJ
Mclinvi, f i.l j rt ! Ihe en wtsrmc.it of tltc
liejiub.icun .mit .rUi Co vei.i.u.
U m. II. 'I tuur.
atoliar 1 ouuty.
FOB lollAfirJL'llGE. "
1 hrebv mn-utior uirrlf n Ciuo.tlitc for
r.obi'u Jnd n- 01 Vit pti c mm suljtt.
ii'u iictlou I the lie ui'ticn to rrii;t.n.
IK. li. M--.IKKW.
FOK D1STK ICT ATTOItNEV.
t UiZatii of Yjvi'wi rtiuii'V : I b u a 11
11.t4a1.-e '.ti l m i...uja tri.l be r truivil 10
lb - lirxl rvpub t.-a- . o .v n'ion tor rt-a un
inn inn brlievtu: th .t u.y t?ivi rs flUldit
ntloiliry ran b- ill Iiirn b urll.-Ul In tli
ir leraml t-Sit-ivul dl cbr.; il dull b) Ihe
rxperiBtice of tv . yr 'a ' .-. 1 b. uk
lui' ill fnrtiJ In j att klH.nc.
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unit it iir fir l"r -l tr J il
To The EixcTons or Ya.wapai Cot x
tv: W.O.O'Neil. i-Jitorof Hoof and Horn,
has planted the following announce
ment in tlx? Flagstaff Champion : To
the eleetors of Yavapai county.
Gentlemen: Believing that candor
i as commendable in a tiHtic:il candi
date as in any other individual, I desire
to call your atteutiun to a few facts
concerning my candidacy for the pro
bate judgeship of your county, subject
to the action of the Republican County
Convention. A residence of Arizona
for nearly ten years not liecause I was
forced to come here or lacked the means
of leaving I have during that period
fully realized the fact that men are
elected to public office in Arizona, not
to much on account of their jrassess
ing pre-eminent qualification-, as a
liberal endowment of that valuable
article commonly called -"gall" and
having by a long connection with the
territorial press gathered more of that
commodity than anything else, I "have
concluded to shy my "custor into the
political iirtna" to realize something on
it. I do so entirely on my own resjran
sibility. No "anxious public," the "so
licitation of many friends" nor "the
wifhes of many prominent citizens,"
have made the sligntest effort to "bin ft""
mc into doing it. To bj frank, it
is not a ca-e where the office i.
wearing itself out hunting for a man ;
not much. Here it is the man wearing
himself out hunting the office, and
rustling like sheol to get it, fur the sim
ple reason that it is a soft Swrth with a
salary of -2,000 p r annum attached.
While in the way of sjracial qualifica
tions, I haveno ad vantage over seventy
fie per cent, of my fellow citizens in
the county, yet I believe 1 am fully
competent to discharge all tin duties
incident to the office in an efficient man
ner if elected. If you coincide in this
opinion, supjrart me, if you see fit. If
you do not, you will by no mcjns jeop
ardize the safety 01 the universe by
W. O. O'Neiu
Til. nniriW nfvr var - . msrv' o
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ofli.c.r stii r ri.-ti. a'u-n or i irhar
P iw.ler. .--il 'iv 111 i- -u K .Tai 15-K.iig
r.w :cr 0 UR '.V .11 rlr el, w i'.rk.
rfd by te U. S. Cov'i
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C.000 MILES t'l THe 3Y5VfKT,
lTi!n Etfjait tTnt Tram? cor.ti!-:nn Pallnar
Paisje SbJjis ,. Ti -ino zni C n Cars. ixlactn
l-n I)i!;vilr'3 prjmincnl citisSbl'!ou: chjnn;:
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ROC1C fSLAfiC. LINCOLN,
cou:- -i- nUrT2,
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Cttr 300 Elegantl; Cqvpsd Fa$::ng;r Tralm
mnnlai!aH0.er tMi perfect sjitem, passing
Into ani throB3"i Lis te?crUnt Cities itd
Tcmni in the tr::t St:lC3 cl
Connecting Ir 'J11I3.1 n:?:!s Isr a'J points In lha
States and Tcrrito. is.CASTAVEST, H3nill.S0UTH.
N) natter here yea arc solnj, purchase jce tickets
t ally Trains la this Line between KANSAS CITr,
LEAVENWORTH. ATCHISON. ST. WSEPH nl
COUSCI. BLUFFS. OMAHA. SIOUX CqY. ST. PAUL
KANSAS CITY. ATCHISON. ST. JOSEPH and
QUINCY. HANNI3AL and CHICAGO, Without Change.
T. J. POTTER, voui 1 ct-v . e. , e. a . es.
PRCCVAL LOWELL, cti f UT.ci.ic., ota.
J. F. BARNARD, cm. mm, k. c, tr. j. s. u. -
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W1I. HEISLEK, PRUPIIIET0R
In order to better accommodate our custonif rs, we have opened
in connection with our California nujkct, (at South Monte
zuma street,) the Bull's Head marke , North Monte
zuma street, next to the P. & O. JJestaurant. near
the corth-r of GurJey Street, whtjre ve will
keep always on hand-jhebest assortment and quality of meats, which we will sell at
the following reduced prices for cash, to which the attention of the public
nrrf byttdr ,, ..
lltff by tilndquarirr..
tteer ujr torequ.rier.
lleff rump and rounil
Ilwf rllir.iau lsJ
tcf plitie bolllnir.- S
lietf ilrlotn and o'terbou-r kletlc IS
lle-f prlniH tenrlerlnlii and portrr
tJfcf luaod and cbutk ate k.
viut'ou l.r rn'a or ld.
Meats Qeliversd to all parts of
C. Johnston, PropiietresS,
Only hotel in Prescott where pitrons can obtain mcala withou
leaving the house.
All THE DELICACIES OF THE SEASON SERVED.
Special attention Paid to Families
Best Table Board, $7 Per Wek. Finen Kni ns n Pr r.c-
GUKLEY STUEET, 0?P, NEW CLUB 11003IS,
A., IF. wlHiHaXlVCS - - - Propr
Unexcelled Wines, Liquors and Cigars
WILL ALWAY3 B SERVED TO PATRONS
KELLY & STEPHENS!
GOLDEN RULE STORE,
1. .r.. Lmeitd afut C'rcfuDjr n ! Stock
Gf General llercliaiidise
Complete stock of the Famous Oregon Cassimers Clothing. Blanket
Lined Eoods. Pacific Coast Flannel Underwear,
XD AN EXOL1MS VARIKTT OF
BUCKINHAM HECT'8 UNRIVALED MANUFACTURE
Boots and Shoes.
LVtrrr aen to An 7 oceNUbll.hsiet.ttri Arizona
NORTHW FST CORNF.a PLAZA.
THE LEAD! Nil HOTEL OF PRESCOTT
The Only Hotel in Northern Arizona With
Hard Finished Kooms.
SITTING AND DINING ROOMS ARE THE LALGES
AND BEST APPOINTED IN PRESCOTT.
First-Class In ZESvorry Hespeo
BOARD PSS WSK,
TL A. Kendall, Proprietor.
Pine Rooms 50o and $1 Per Day.
THIS HOTEL, WHFTTUAa JUST JihEN OPENED, IS EVT
and furnished in every particular with allthe co veniences
to make it a
It is situated iu the center of the city, within fifty yards of the
Postoffice,andisthe3l0ST CON YUM KYI' HOUSE m Northern
Arizona. Particular Attention Paid to the Comfort of my Guests
Seb. Aumnller, Prop.
To have j'ou read our "Ad."
lo visit our store when you are in town.-
And to go away satisfied that Geo. H. Curry Ins
Sold you honett goods at Lowest i'rices.
It is always a pleasure to wait on y u, and we will show you a
large line of American Silver Watehe, in handsome
styles and finest qualities.
ffggQur 10 Silver Leader is the best watch in the market for
Beautiful novelties in Rings, ladies' Sets, ladies and misses' Neck
Charms, gent's best Chains, pold and silver Filigree Goods,
Lockets, Lace Pins, Gold Pens and Holdera, and
man' other beautiful novelties.
An elegant line of Solid Silver and Silver Plated ware, suitable
for presents and decorating your tables.
3Ve paytspecial attention to fitting spectacles, and long expe
rience with these goods, and the use of our Optometer,
enables us to give yi u a lense adapted to your sight.
Colt, "Winchester, Kennedy und Marlin rifles, double and single
barrel Shot-Guns, Pistols, Cutlery, Quartz Glasses, Ammu
nition, and j complete line of cartridge-', at the lowest prices.
We arc selling Winchester cartridges, 4-1-73 model at SI, 45-60
at 75 cents per box.
For pretty glass goods for tho table, call and sse our Amberian
ware, made up in ice cream nappies, mush bowls, milk sets, etc
S2T Prompt attention paid to watch wurk and jewelry repairing
Country orders solicited a- d good treatment guaranteed.
.Mattno .bonltlfracd ctck cbcp.llf
Mil. I. til prliiiM ti.ii. IS
Muttuii ir;. 15
Ij.hi . y -irt. ., n
I.' Ditjrllx nail loin clio- ,
Ini uliou drrand '-r- , , HJi
1-urfe . t oc k .
' ! ' i
IVjtk &ti..tg,t .
1' rE I'lCKm-
li.il rua nssl-r
licit rl.A.p , , , i
I.. vr pa di5s
ths City and Fart Whion's Ergs o!
both Ma keis.
(HTIIAM 1'RIXTIXU HCHKJ
TltK Akizo.-ca Jocrnai.-Unii la m
Ur d er-ry day In t!i week clt,t Asaaa
rUEAlttZOKt "cK.y lOnLIALlfniR
t -atieu every Wedu i y at fr.autu.UMf
'iplsal i the irniorj.
Tim Atttzo..v nruuitHnre
' 1 ; j'r' H the commercial aad boaloeaa tav
t or -JiTprrttorT.
HAir.Y per year ' VIM'
.VeBU.t " onsjotr, 4 09
" n taontt. . 3 at
V.niey may bo remitter by r trjateiad latter
pta2!ce order or draft.
lb..- Jo0H"i.-AliXKHwi-i 1 . dellvend by
itr!e- t satwcrltrs In the city for a eeato
notice will be lanerted at fl.'tca
re u t4 a 11ns (or the first intertion and tea
-ur. line fur eaf h aubfequent innertlna,
CurrMiKindeaee on all bqI-iU of f eami
nt r t will b atccj.ul. artu Dews (rod aar
ocxU y I ol:eJted, e pedallr irom the Mlaiac
iram and airricpl jral diatricts.
All -omrcuntPt ion houId be Hrtrrmd to
nn jocriw 4C.MISBK. Incsr-ott. Arlaona.
I.'. Uai tUom -o. i,MerehaAU'Cz.-
KraurIeo. t ,r.le aeentfor lha
tziioi Inre-ni-Mixr. ta that ntr,- Ha
. 1 n.,rlr.l to call-1 tunntya dra thl '
:!n.- tte- orl.r. lor adrertUlnf.
a 1 '.an jj ttti f bnilueMdeTolTlnB'
i.o o. t rf wiuiirf rrheaolt
rir. The Pat i,i;rAi.Miu a'
A'BTt. 'rti.)il!'ir II be ii.und
It -.t M ttl-.
It.ttr-. nt lsral Adrrrtralas.
. rrr '-
1 7101. ia, Dl-itl.t r.Jirt
t irt .1 Jnile Coart
,. te trt Notlc.
. vl l"tc Vo'lf-forlTj'-Ucalloni.
p'! . Itli.Ht I .f TV-'nt , r , ,
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3CJ rHSTGal it'iCvirtt-
tiwprr AclrcrtLitnc nutria 113
intC uttreaa ia tsra
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hi maj'.c Inr U t,
Tllio rs a rfi.nna!
M. W.AVEK SON. auuwcKcd
E. Id. SAN FORD.
Offli-e on Cortez Strvet, a tew doora
The of JociutAi. oillce.
WSL H. KcOBXW,
rr 11NKY-AT.L.VW. tj. t. coMai
- iu.i..n 11 tor Auiru iiiinu. iow.
Vvu aa'.f. Offlee next door to Rnak
. IL K. 110BISS0X,
Physician and Suecioi,
Oflice un Montrzama atreet,
One dioi Norttt of He-ar ifc Co' DrogntOfw
L. F. EGGERS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
DISTRICT ATTORNEY OF YAVAPAI HAITI.
Office in Court House Prescott.
. C. HliRNDOX. J J. HAWKINS
HERN DON & HAWKINS,
ATTOROEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LA
Special attention to conveyanciiig ;
omce vrorlc ct all kinds.
Attorney General or As'zoma.
irvoiiiiss sd CcrasKLOh at Lav
'irrscav .rnr the Bank of Arlto&a
S - Artiortfi.
J A. Ruih. E, W. Well;, Sumner Howar
KUSU, WEI.LS Jt HOWARD. .
Attorneys ard Counsellor at Law
Prw U, Yavapai Coanty. Arizona. Will a,
tend promt! Iy to all balnei entratted ta
tbern la thu- court of record la the territory
HENRY CLAY BURKE. . . .
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW. "
-Vl!l prsu-tlre In all the eonrU of Arlaoaa,
tnd l-r..re the vari. ut LVtMirtaienta la W a. to
ne ton ,3. C. :
IrOce ltoora So. 3. oyer Bnfc of Ailsaaav
Prescott, A. T.
Atlantic & Pacific Railroad
TIME SCHEDULE. ':
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3 -t5 9 r
I 51 p n
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Ibroaghu keuti all ImportantrMaat
uu weti aa s.ie i ice principal i
Vla,Lrftjnna to the Indian ylilaga af Aw
--wio?at to Fort "Win gate, x aMa;'
Vi U.nu-llt. tt Fort ItrrJ.nee fNa
At i -y 23 ml e.:l'ai.ondeCbelle,aialla
t rr u. u .j 1 'I : in l.r-.
i-ul.toit .tn-wwkly slte. to Fort
A i.-Le. Sr.. iti.I--: apr nxenllle 86 ailat
. w n Sit rail, a; Taylorvllle. 36 aatlaa;
!l'l it lJ:ia:i il -gt(ao regular (tacaa)
ni'n. .. '
Vlt "vJ. dally tu.. to 8L Jobna. U
mi.K: prt itCTTHie&S mlle.
Via Wtn.i. to Krieiam City andRoaaat
?b J"k d4,lr to Ptvaeot
.ti.t U t (c Chirac Ic, SI miles; dal yatacaa
rora PrjoUbtPniulXAn- trt-weekl ataai
Fori t mute
Via 1 acU Fprlna to tbe Grand Caaoa aX
'he t!oi..-fc.lo. It rati
. .."'." Kln"n- u Uy ta?. to 8 uektoar
rilll . Ii mUea; MIn lrurk. llmilea;Cerba
VU Voce- to 8Un i.la miles.
' L VLrrNeaJle. tarutrito Ynm, Cm'
HardTlUo.Ar"xon ..and Kl Lorado Can
?oraI PAtaecser Af.nt.
D. B. ItOBI OX, "
Oen.ri Mmtr, .tlbaqnergaa.X. K.
B&m OP AEIZOKA.' ; :
HRESCOTI", A. T. ' ..
KtabIltEd, 1st:. Tt.e i.ldeat Uaak rata .
K4l,X.i:tVl' Prealcat. .
W. K. Jl.VZKi.Ti vn a-Caakier. -
DIRECTORS: " j.
BoI Lltr , IL. W. H'rLIj, IlCGO Riritna
Uank r IIIorxtIa .tu - - '
j uimmr a m , .aew ' .:
! A GESEf.AL BACKING BTJsIXia.iri,
l SACIEU. -(J?f '
j Drktu and Telf?rapt!e exrV' . 1 '
( patneioal cities ol the Unl-"
i and avid. '
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