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WEDNESDAY. X0VEMHER17, 1SSC
Mr. Bayard's Threat.
Jsmes-A. lizard, Scmury of Arzc.
r.a, and a stir, cf Thomas F. Bayard,
.Secretary of Sut?, (Prime Ministir) in
Grover Cleveland's cabinet, pub.i'hes a
card in this morning's issue of our cor
teraporary in which he threatens to :c
ittute an immediate prossculian for
raaliciaus libel against the editor of the
Jeur-;.t-MixER, unless a ceitiin charge
U inimcJituly withdrawn by us. As
Mr. Bayard tas the charge hasoccuried
a seiis of articles coveting a space cf
three weeks, without specifying datcr,
ve are unable to know exactly what he
watts rttracted, and canno: immechtely
withdraw all the assertions that may have
been made in that time He refers to
one specific stitemer.t ia the issue of he
13th. This article was written during
the absence of the cd.tor, but upon in
vestigation we have found that i: was
written and published on what the writer
thought was reliable SLthoiity, and on
what we think is reliable authority,
hence canno: conscientiously rttract it.
J.Ir. Bayard, rttraciion is a word seldom
us?d in well regulated newspaper offices
and only in cases where there i convinc
ing proof of a mistake having occurred.
It you desire to brins good and sufficient
poofs to subuintbte your assertions
and can make a good case the amende
honorable will be made. Otherwise no
rc:racttDn goes. Bring on your malicious
rhcr.it is talking about a first class
hotel . Need it here too.
With the advance in the price of sil
vcr Tcmbitone is exptcti g a mining re
The Gazttte tl.iaks that by March, at
far nest, Phenix will have rail connectisn
A German entomologist declares that
spiders destroy more insect enemies of
trees than do all the insect eating birds.
Blaine without being president is to
day the greatest man of the period. Too
greet to be elected. Jeslousy of other
great men defeated him and would
again should he be r.omin-ted in iSSS.
For that reason General Miles or Rob
ert Lincoln would be more available.
The defeat cf CoL Dtvyer, in New
Mexico for delegste to congress was ow
ing to the jjiissmanagement of the cam
ptijn. He had plenty of money anil
used it freely, bet relied too much on his
own and his managers personal efforts
and did not use printer's ink judiciously.
If a territory has any use ct all for a
governor i: is to see that we have effi
cier.t officer?. To ask the appointing
power to supply them in case of death,
resignation, or for any ether cause the
are not filled. Has Governor Zulici
done this? The fact that this district has
no jjdgc is evidence enough that he has
remaster General Vilas took an
active pait in the late political campaign
in Wisconsin, in defiance of the pres'
der.ts prohibitory order Will Mr.
Cleveland make good his wurd by de
pcfing him? The chances are that
he will, for the reason that Wisconiin
his never given such an werwhelmins
r .-publican majority before this year.
The hteit figures 0:1 the pa.i.i-ul com
;!ey on of the fiftieth congress are as folio-
Democrats 162; Republicans 159;
I.aber .1. Thus it may be seen :.t a
rhnce the Knighu of Libar will have
considerable to dj with legislation the
r.eM two years, holding the balance of
powei; as they do, between the two dom
inant turtle. Albuquerque Journal.
When a democrat gets beiten 11 one
1 n'ity he moves :c anather iih prompt-nr-
and cupuch. Speaker Carlisle is
c i to shake the du;t of Kentucky
tiu ii feu, and locate at Wichita, Kan
and Frar.k Ilurd has announced
that lie vti.l rr move from Toledo to New
Yozfc. Bill Morrison wi 1 probable go
to the devil and intiit on a horizontal re
ductba in brimstone in that sctbn of
country. Albuquerque Journal.
A San Francisco man a few weeks Ago
stood watching some machinery rur
r.ir.z in a rni'l. An improvement in the
r.eaii.ii S'ige:t;d it sell to hirmind. He
uudc a :m ie!, secured a patent, and is
setting rich. Tab Sin Francisco man
was a !cu.:nou:hed Saciilut previous
to Li; lucky h.L He is now a rabid
nior.ojwist and a as indifferent to the
wronjs of 2 poor man as any ether
pur. ;roud aristocrat,'' as lie once
tcrrncu men al -.veal.h. A tsaciiiin and
a tiORspo'::t are mad; of exsctly the
sameSJ:t of tint.
Advices from the Creek InJun nation
are to the effect that the council there
lus instructed its legation o the next
coTg:ess to inti-.t 0:1 the government re-c:i.-ir.g
Lack the money fi.teen certs
an acre ;t paid for the Oklahoma
country to e:tie friendly Indians on.
Thtv say that rcnrcss jiassed an act
jears.ac iprolutiting any more Indians
bti.: scf.L-d t'-sere, which vitttial'y nulli
fied the aie,ir.d t'-.e Cretks contend that
has reverted back 10 them with juris
diction and po-sesMin over the same.
Tiicy are anxnus t j get it in some shape
"whereby they can tiise a revenue from
i: by leasing it for gracing purposes.
Our Despotic President.
The dictatorial policy of Mr. Cleve
land, to which we have often called at
tention, is beginnir-g to attract the notice
of democrats, and it is receiving con
demnation from high democratic au
thority. The Missouri Republican denounces
the removal of CoL M. E. Benton from
the office of United States District At
torney for the Western District of Mii
souri, .vho was displaced because he
made campaign speeches in favor of tnc
democratic ticket. It closes an editorial
on the subject in the following manner:
"Reform of the civil service is a good
cause, undoubtedly, but Missouri demo
crats arc asking themselves what they
arc to think of thct dhtortion of civil
service reform which concedes ncthir.g
to the ciuse of the peoplewhich severs
the tendons of paity zeal and effort -which
makes democracy no belter, even
under a democratic adicici:tnt:on, than
republicanism which makes even the
bringing in of a democratic administra
tion two years ago a crime, and disables
the people from repeating it two years
We are glad to see this, and not sim-
ply because it indicates th:t there is a
quarrel in the democralic paity. There
is a higher and a better reason than that
for observing with satisfaction this dem
ocratic attack upon Mr. Cleveland. It
shows that the democrats are gaining
courage to denounce Mr. Cleveland for
his despotic methods.
Mr. Cleveland appears to think that
he is the ruler of this country. He ex
ercises overit the utmost power confer
red upon Lini by the Constitution, and
in this there is a menace to the liberties
of the people, for it is the tendency of
power to increase itself. Cnil Service
reform is undoubtedly needed; but Mr.
Cleveland makes the mistake of thinking
that tha DIutiLt Attorneys and other
Federal officers are his employes and
that he may discharge them at pleasure.
He forgets that he is employed by the
people to nominate and; with the advice
and consent of the Senate, to appoint
these men to office. They are the em
ployes cf the people and net his.
J. D. Lnch, editor of the LosAngeles
Herald, who was knocked out of the ring
as a candidate for congress by Mr. Van
dever complains of political traitors.
He says the question now is "how to
deal with the trjitors. If men can go
before cur conventions, canvass for a
nomination, and because they are defeat
ed m a fair fight by fait means, they are
to go out, set up a rival candidacy, go
into a hostile camp and give aid and
comfort to the enemy, ytt in spite of
these acts of disloyalty, if these men can
speak for part of the ticket in other parts
of the state, and that under the authority
of the state central commitee, at the end
of the campaign these men whose treason
has wrought defeat can go ir.to retire
ment at some pcbiical Jeiico until they
grow a democratic beard again, and in
the next campaign get into ourconvention
and play the same role, it is needless to
say tha party had bitter retire from active
business and go at once into political
Let every man who has played the part
of a traitor be politically executed.
Gtt him out of the party where he will
be harmless to work treason again.
A paity without discipline is like any
ether body very likely to go to the
From reading the above one would
think that Brother Lynch was a novice
in politics. The evils he complains of
have existed in all parties for years and
yet when an election i; approaching each
party is glad to take back to its bosom
the renegades. It is now nearly two
years since the democrats of this teriitory
incortiner.tly fired one of its shining
lights through the back door of its wig
wam and when reorganizing for the late
campaign, promcted him to a prominent
position on its territorial central com
mittee. The traitors, who helped to de
feat Mr. Lynch will be rewarded two
tears hence in 2 similar manner or
probably be run for congress.
The Daily Citizen of Tucson perti
nently remarks: "As a rule the people
expect to derive more benefits from the
effort and influence of their local news
paper than they are willing to acknowl
edge or pay for. Day after day and sea
son after season, the local journal with
unappreciated faithfulness, sends broad
cast to the world the history of the
growth, progress, prosperity and possi
bilities of the locality, contributing its
time and labor at an expense it can ill
afford, moved solely by the hope of add
ing something to the general prosperity
by inducing capital and immigration to
come and abide in that particular com
munity. They plant the first seed of
interest in the minds of their eastern
readers, and eventually through its good
offices a correspondence ensues with
some prominent person whose name ap
pears in its columns, and the result is
frequently the acquisition of enterprising
citizens and influx of wealth thst adds
hrgdy td our general welfare, but the
labors of the newspapers and its prime
instrumcr.tal.ty in bringing this apprecia
ted consummation about, are entirely
overlooked. The insincerity of those
rather egotistical, but withal very good
av erae citizens, who- profess an indiffer
ence to newspaper influence, and patron
ize it more as a "favor" (which is actu
ally returned tj them an hundred fold),
or as a screi-alms, "justtoketp the thing
a gc ing," is shown when they have some
personal or public vengeance to wreak
and approach the newspaper man with
the supplicating interrogatory, "why don't
you go af:r Sc-and-So, the rascal?' and
then exhibit a malicious desire for
the newspauer to annihilate his
I personal enemy or business rival,
aa a journali tic ritt)! He v'ill tell Ihe
editor wht he would do if he was ''run
ning" the newsjupcr, and if he is request-,
ed to write out his gricvanc- and his at
tack upon John Doe or the community
at Urge :imi sign his name to it, he will
say as a piivaie citizen he does not care
to proveke any antagonisms, but that
the newspaper is a public soit of an un
explained censor in everything but its
own revenue, and agsintt everybody but
himself. That is about the average pic
ture of the man who don't regard the
newspaper Cit much advat.tage to the
country, but if the newspaper should in
discreetly reptt his above mirrored re
quest in print and give his name in con
nection therew'th, hf will pay a flatter
ing compliment to h s influence by com
ing around with a shot gun to blow out
the brains of the iiiit who thus dared to
let all the world know whit he imparted
in strict confidence."
Republicans Rule In the BOth Con
Their seems to be "rejoicing amongst
many republicans at the praspect of our
party ruling the United States once
more. That it was looked upon as de
sirable to have such a condition of af
fairs is cleat ly shown by the wholesale
repudiation ol the democracy in the
election juil had in all locations where
an issue was made between the adminis
tration of Cleveland and the interests of
the people, One man rule won't work
in America and want of charity and love
of relieving citress as shown by the
National administration will always be
rebuked by American voters; when
local interests and personal advantages
fail to make him vote contrary to the
dictates cf his own conscience.
We are however of tne opinion that
it is for the best interests of our nation
that the republicans should be in the
minoiity in the House of Representa
tives so as to be able to watch the Ex
ecutive and force him and his paity to
do what is ihhr. We think that it is
best, that the President and the House
should be in accord thereby avoiding di
vided responsibility for democratic action-
With the vote oi the Knights of Libor,
which we feel sure will be with the re
publicans, all bad legislation on the part
of the democracy can be fotestalled,
Nows Notes and Commants.
Chicago is raiding her "bucket shops.'
Baitholc'i's statue of the God ess o
Libeity fails to "lighten" the world
through want of oil.
The prohibitionists of Colorado polled
about 2,000 votes ct the recent election.
Mr. Powderly, chief of the Knights of
Labor organization, declares himself "a
protectionist from the crown of my head
to the soles of my feet"
The prohibitionists in Arkansas car
ried about thirty counties About 75,
000 votes were in favor of licenses and
65 000 agiiost,
Chairman Taylor, of the Wisconsin
republican state committee, says that the
victory of that state was achieved be
cause the paity had a very thorough or
ganization, and succeeded in getting an
unusually full vote for an off year. Per
haps republican chairmen in ether states
can profit by his methods.
We observe from our exchanges tht
the announcement of the possible can
didacy of Gen. Nelson A. Miles, :it
present commanding the depattensnt of
New Mexico and Arizon'a, for President
for iSSS by the republican party, is at
tracting much attention, and so far the
newspaper comments arc very
complimentary to the Gen
eral. Wc have abstained from t-
pecially referring to this matter, although
a few days since we published the f-ct
of the general's mention in this direction,
but we are of the opinion that there is
no more available candidate, so far as e
have observed. Tne nomination of
Gen. Miles would secure the support of
Senator Conkhn and fiiinds in Ncv
York, Sherman in Ohio, and the Can
nons in Pennsylvania and it elated, the
United Sistrs would secure the services
of a vigorous, intelligent and honest
Presideenr, possessed of extraordinary
executive ability. The general would
receive a larger vote west ot the Missis
sippi river, than any man the republican
party ran name. All that President
Cleveland need do to insure the gen
eral as his compeditor is to keep up his
present unjust attack upon one of his
be:t soldier--, Nelson A. Miles.
This powder never varie. A marvel o(
purity, trenrth aol wholesomene s. More
ecjnymlcaiUhan ibe ordinary k ndi and cn
not be sold in competition with .the multitude
B-lo.ti-: shi rt elzh'. alum or Vnctph:e
Powders. UMdnnlv In can. l!oy al Hnkiuc
P.iw.Vr Uo. 100 Will ftreet, NVw 'ork.
10i iff -rr. fcut tie wt rtte ta
E frt. rail ttrora.iUr'O (tool wnk wtle&
I ItT c dj. 4 ! u bmc.lin m HI
' ibra from as In f S m dir. Rtrm imrm
srl0Tf itaaUr. Utlrn rr. ?ocFrceU. CjfUal
t r3?trt4. Too w Knl frc TWi wba flArt at oata
n if ninlaij tan tt teat Usit tetejta, All k MS.
Will Provide for the Hualaeals- I
The Secretary of the Interior having I
received from, the-war department a tel
egram from General Howard saying that
General Miles reports that TOO Hualapai
Indians, located on 4hc reservation in
northwestern Arizona, were in a desti
tute condition in a barren country and
must be fed or starve, lias requested that
the military authorities issue two-third-of
a ration to those Indians to the extent
cf 15,000, which is the whole of the ap
propriation made by Congress for their
suport, and in the event that the sum
proves insufficient to subsist them
through the winter month-, or until
they are able to provide for themselves,
that the war department be advised oi
the fact before the f 3,000 is- exhausted,
when further provision will, if 'possible'
be made for their subsistence. The
Government ration for an Indian is
three pounds of flour per day;
The New York Herald suggests thct
Henry George be elected to fill the va
cancy in Congress caused by the election
of Mr. Hewitt to the mayoralty of Sew
York. It thinks the vcters of Mr. Hew
itt's district could consistently vote fur
Mr. George, for he is as aggressive a
free trader as Hewitt It would do Mr.
George good tJ go to Congress. I rtei
course with practical public men would
help him. Mr. George's tendencies are
riht but he is too theoretical X sen
son or two in Congress would hi ing
him to a more practical consideration
of economic questions.
KMOItko 2- Fuxx'a nznsr Iiora
nMjjgjgj of tha Lest rrmoUu known fat-head-&hc.
teuiin 14 oTlcn deponent upon dlieu oi tha
1 earl, aoroeilnKs vjica iwncrcj ibtuc. ad coma
Iknet cpoa dcruraect ct Co cirai'illnn
PiaTlTal'iri" I1"- run Bust Horror it coca
IWRftWjWgjN causes conrulsitaj to cca,nl by
a pro;x ut cf tha cedldaj i3 prcnas to
contBce. ciihtr la cMldna cr sJuiU.
IWISrimi ts. Furr'a Ilutr tuct, trbca
JJjHiJHa fircfi la ct-cs cf dellrinsi, cr.'jnr tia
cxduxl Uila, and tr (crcrlnz rc l-r tb aasTsrcr,
Iroas3tes taa r-atoriJ?n C-" LeoUIt.
Vavafil to Tit,tj ii ercfets t dscllelaTa
ence, la 33 cms orir tic circuI-.tVin. asd U tba
Mac; ortr tao ocrvei
cr.h bottle ; tr taviiirj i
j Fo laJiti r - d ch!i!rf n he ttrte rt
not UoCcadlciJi lsitv. H-VB? BO
t-f-'jriGS lona n rratt'- in tr nr.ipaiKKC.
is ta r'-f'1 t ta u 2: 11 caVcfto la
Jit cS Drug;Uis: cr addrec
J. J. MACK . CO,
and II Front St San Franoloee, Cil.
This Space is reserved for
adTerfisement of J. W. Wil
son & Co., clothiers and
men's farnishiDg goods,
removed into the Bashtord
TOM HIN KEE,
rropnetor Uhinese and Japan,
ese Bazaar hna removed to
Brick Building on
West side of Granite street
next to the
Chinese Joss House.
A Full Line
Of Chinese and Japanese Goods
New goods just received. A ful
line of Chinese and Japan
Fancy Goods, Teas
L beautiful, all but her skin ;
and nobody, has ever told
her how easy it is to put
beauty on rrG skin. Beauty
on the .- . is " Magnolia
B. F. Sloa-v
Sontheast corner of Plaza.
Firs! Class Bigs to be
Had at all times.
Private conveyances to all points
iu Yavapai -county.
GIVE HJS A CALL.
PALMER & SLOAN, Prop's,
RANKIN. BRAYTON & CO
127 First St., Sii Francisco.
Chicago works, no. loo N. Clinton St.
Builders of Mining Machinery.
PIbuI for gold und .liver mill., vmbraelnc
tlie IxtTtt and moil Impruvad macbluer-
muu iur ot? an iree ores, n Hier
JdekelSmelrtn Fu-ncet tor Silver, laa
nd Copper orea, wild ntr ami linpon.ince-
'njinriii-u.n, superior 10 -iiyotiitrmate.
ll(.ttlnt Work": Pumulne xaachluvn. Chlnr.
Wt ne Kurn:iCf etc We offer our custom-
ra ine tfi reauiuor tlilrty years' o perlenre
in ima apecini iiaa o. won, ana are prt-prec
tu farnl b I mm Su i-'rnclcoir chlc-vno the
rrost&pproved crutraeler or Mlnlnc ami re
ductl a uiaenln-rjr. nuirlor In deiign and
conitruetlo'i t lb at or an v other make at the
lt.weU pjulbte pricr. We al.o contnet to
deliver in eoinpiele runnlce cnlr. Mtlli,
Fnrnare.. UtUtln worka etc. in am- or tha
Mining SUies and Territories. V. tlmatea
Cirenon appuc tlon. SduiI rr lllnatratad
.w York offlee, 115 Broad wt,
HENKY li. "S1UKKAY. Mauawer
11 Kearaj- xtrcet. Mas t'raarlar. Cl.
ifervout Debility, Seminal Weaknra.. ex.
n.Uitea via 111, S(ieriulorrnoeJ, LoM Man.
hoot. ImDOtency, frlv:. Frostatorrhoea
ana an tne terrible euecu or seir-abase, and
nocturnal emission, avtrsion to "citr. dim
nets of vision, noises in Ibe bead, the vlf 1
fluid ta-lnir urjob-erred in ihe urine, and
many other diseases that ie:d to insanity and
Siiffertnc (rota any ot the above STraDtom.
should consult us at one. The dra-n can be
stopped, vitality restored, end life be raids a
pleasure ins eau ol a Durdeo.
There art many
XIIIDLK AliEO aes
who are troubled with loo frcment eraeaa
Hon of the bliider, often accomptnied bra
fllgni smarus; or rjunuasr sen.atloD, and a
weakening of ta system in a manner tti-y
canu t account for. Kopy sediment in the
urine, etc. Many die of this difficulty irror-
ant ot the num. wiiirh is the second stairo of
C'CKES naAKaVTEED IU AtX. SUCH CAS!S
TbouroucU , lamination an 1 adtiee. inclcd
inircbenilUi analysis and microscopic exam-
inatii noi 'ne urine, f.). An mncst opinion
Rirrn in every cssj. f be following meciciuss
s'.innca at m rriee named:
hK AHTi V JlMlMi VITAL KC
T(R..s ive, $a boulr.o- roartlme3 the
HAJfPl.S littrrLR FREE
Sent lo nay one applymit bv leucr. tat'.s
syinptorat. i and ate. Strict aeeresy In re
card lo ml bniine. lransaeltnna.
Thn celebrated Kllncy M'aedy. KRfll-
der rornplainta, eooorrhoe. aieet. leucor
rhoca. rt ? por anle by all lrajlst; $1 a bot
tle, or 6 bo'.llt. (t
lb Entli. ltNdrlla-i, Llrrr aaxl Oyai
yepvla fill is the be,t In the market For
aU b. nil ilrajsils; prlT So cents bittle
Aildre.s KnvlNb Madlral I spen.ary,
No 11 Kearny Street, 8 in Pranclscu Cal
MOST PERFECT MADE
Prepared with strict regard to Parity, Strength, and
Healthfslness- Dr. Price's liakini; Puwdercoouma
soAmno&ia,Iiineor Alum. l)r. Price's Extract,
Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, etc, Bacrdcllciorsly.
WC BAJUK3 P0WSCM CO. UiOtgo Mtf St. Imit.
ARIZONA STAGE CO
Carrying U. S. Mail and W,F
& Co's. Express
PRESCOTi auu MlRICOPA
BaTC rrracait dally at :S9 A .
Arrive at fkealx at 9:3 A. at
Arrlwe at arleopa at SJI r. M
Connecting wl!b 8. P. R. R. trains East
Stages for the ortn.
Leares Maricopa on arriral t Trains
from the West at 7:15 A,M
Arrive at rhealx salt at A.M
Arrive at Preaeott dc.Hr C M
Prescott and Phenix,
Via WickenDure n(i Vnliure.
Leave Prescott, Monday, Tiinrsdavs at3p.ra.
aruve at fhi tiix Wedueeday and "Saturday t
6 1. m. miking connection wita stage for
Returaintr, leaTe Phenix Monfisy sad Thurs
day at 3 a) p. M
Arrive at Prescott Wednesday and Saturday
6 a. in.
BET W EJ?
Prescott and the A. & P.
re Preseottslally ai l)A. M
Arrtvs at Ash Fork at P M
onceectiQc with the A A P trains East ana
Leave .h Fork npon arrlTal of trains
dally at 8AM
Arrive at i'reott 7:301'M
BANK OF PRESCOTT,
laaisa Stewart. Bupt. J. Meaaor
Aft. at Prasott.
W. B. Paliiek
1 j tm
Thursday, November 25th, 18S6.
Prescott, A. T., under the auspices of the
Music by the Full String Band
9th Infantry, U. S. A.,
Tickets admitting gentleman and
AN KLEGANT SUPPER
will be served in the dining rooms of the
Messrs Windmiller & Jacobs.
FANCY CR jUivKIES.
'l-ADrSJ? AsD GENTS
4 -FURNISHING GOODS
BOOTS, AND SHOES.
Everjtbirj 3Iarked away Down at B.jt
Come one- Come all-
Give me a trial and Convince
Yourselves that my prices are the lowes
Do not forget the street and number
Cortez St, next to Bank of Arizona.
Cornel Guricy ami Granite atrea. as
enrl of hririue leading to Wei
. oaararLzM g,.a
'a ver rs;irt:t fully tfci'-.
MARTIN MA1EK. PROPIRETOR
WARREN E. DAY, M. D.
6UKCEOS ASD M1TSICIAX.
Offltr: and ridenie, first bouse outh of
the rial. i;u the ca.tstdi uf Monltsama at.
ouposae rtonee' noiel, rrescott, atix.
Montezuma street, west side of Plata.
Tattles supplied wlt
ALL THE DELICACIES
that the market affords.
GIVEN TO ALL
all Kinds of Game !i Seasu
Board per week,
One Change of bars
San Francisco Los Ai elcs ni
St. Lous, Ho-
i'alini.a false 81e4aa- Oar an acrw ra Dall
Aiilj, btvrcn Bin Fra&euco. Callfoiaia
!.' Aseies aca as. tonu. Ho., Tla Ti.a
StrCir, tn uaotlc ami racuic to Albaaoraas, -S
V til. X trt,'mnr T.Mbt mnA Kmtm Wm mm D.1
an, i5d lh Si. Lcui. au4 Haa Fraaetore Balraar t c
.. Locu ltUIs nwltinlT th ocli roata rm am
IhrouL cant viUsone cLumv to tU tunit. Br tkls
une mere u only two CD.ai. of can betwn toe Pa
ate and AtlacUeCoaFt. U at Lot Vegas and
Paweruma for St. Lonta ane all Ta.larn eltlaa ismU
n. utrs a ux mrasn avewar. u "Otmi
onr tneir ucsr'.a VI HtLHTXlD. miiA iw.
a nroonn v.ar noiitn rieasv eau apoe
Ticket Ageox aaJ km roll parUesl.ra.
L4TTimtn tr ST. IaiL'Ii .mimA? a OM
'mi mj . . at.
U. I.. D. Wl&EAaT.
Qa. Hasten, Oas-PaavAcsai,
J. F. MEADOK. Aokct.
Dffico At First Natianal Bank. Pm
to cxrrj tns Fait iwaii.
0,000 MH.CS IU T.--E SV3TEM,
VCtii Elegant Tb.-efnh Trsin; conUlning Pbllaaa
Paiic; SI;?!?;. Dir.in- ar.i CJsair Cars, tetwera
Vti izttexiii prss-inen cissailhsut Changs:
ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY.
ST. JOSSP!-:. QallMCY,
BUflUKC ON, HANNIBAL.
KEOKUK. DES MOINES,
ROCK ISLAND, LINCOLN.
COUKCZL 6! t-'FFS.
LE AY EN WORTH.
SIOUX CITY, ST. PAUL,
Crtr 300 Elegant!; EtrJiratd Pi sets ir Tralss
rsnnit daily ocr this perfect sytteai. pasalafl
Into and through tha hnoortant Cities saS
Tons ia the great States cf
Cenrectfnj in Unkn Ocjotslcr all points In tha
States and Tsrriterfes. EAST. WEST. NORTH. SOUTH.
Ha rutttr ahsrs rcu ire gcinj, purchats rser ticktU
Dally Tralnj tla this Line between MHSAS CITY,
IEVEKT0HTH. ATCHISOS. ST. JOSEPH ana
C0UNCK. BLUFFS. OMAHA. SKKJX CiTT. ST. PAUL
KANSAS CITY. ATCHISON. ST. JOSEPH Sao
QULtCY. HAI1NI3A!. and CHICAGO, WitBoel (
T. J. P0TTE3, VKt jii-t a u.. mc c, a a a,
P&RCEVAL LOWC1A, c.n. ft. ast. c. a a a .
" a ct. j.. tr. i-Mfm.
K C. DAWES, cm. ha, UT st,aisia
a St. , st. Maass
Mias C. JokmSton, Proprietres
Only hoUl in Prescott where
IU THE DELICACIES
est Table Bowd, $7 Per Weet
Elctric Riglit IftH Girltv Si
C. S. HutchinsoB.
PresKTiption Clerk in Attendaac
Saloon & Lodging House
Cortex Street, Opposite Office Row.
Wines, Liquors and cigais of a good
quality always on hand. Neat aadclea
heds. well ventilated rooms
F. H. Nichols,
Carpenter & Builder.
2hop on Cortez Street, opposite
City Feed Yard.
Estiamates and specifications ien on
All kindsof Job Work promptly
A. A. MOORE
City Feed Yard.
Liverj, Feed and Sale Stable
FIRST CLASS BIGS.
Tin PMfi3C3fldat2d Fri3
Come and see an before contract
KANSAS CITY, MO. v
Ohsi feiul lank 1- lisirtess
Jas. T. Thorntojc
M. R. Thorntow
Assistant Cr lr
J. C OTIS,
.EJS AND A.ALSO
MINER. Prescott , A rizona.
P. O. Box, U2.
There are itnisatioos of the celebrated i
J. B. PACE TOBACCOS
The genuine has the rax kaht.
J. B. PACE,
ob the tin tag.
Don't be deceirtc. You aic
upen if the ir.niih
Are not on the tin tag.
when applied Into the
nostri's. will be ah
cican.ina; me oeaa 01
catarabal vims, c-nt
ins; healthy secre
tions It allays iu-
the membrane of the
PSsal passages from
pleuly heals sores-
restores iro senses 01
of taste and snc'L
A aatck Belief: A seate Care.
Aaartirl u aoDltad Into mt. nnaim ani
rceabato nse. Price So cents, V sail ar
iraniau. nenaror eireor.
LT Bats rat B. Druj
W fiClllim TA
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tawaltJl Bet Via OfOM KtrTfi aT h Fl-rTm
iTaCCT IlirsMaTb Bll Vrlk taUtBlVaaQt
laPBictrorx-ttU or .I sytVr biU. WoraT rBBM pn
ffdt sxr mm fcrfert lUrjO tn
nraiaUrTtWUIM. OsraiM psrrpBjstse. ftawsy
patrons can obtain rteals withot
OF THE SEASON SERVED.
Paid to Families
Finest Rooms Pre,
CURES ALL HUMORS.
Xtasaa ewBoa Blotch, cr rrnvtloa,
ZFZTZ'?!?' ea 1 y or Uoafh akS
SB abort, all diseases duwU hy toil blood am
fmmiMnl nv th k . . .
tBTSSOratlBa; medicac. Great Illjatat It.
eera npidlr heal ccicr tu bena iSueii"
Bspecillir has It cantfntnl 1U ttrncr7
oawTetMr, Bow JRus: Eolli, 2
'lllatarm. Lolir.. a . J
alat all, 1
duaad Enlarse talstssJiaw SrnTS
ceosa ta ausarja.iorsi jarse Qcairw,wat r
cred paWea, on: 8ka Daseascsv or UaTaSi
saaoWBt focal tresa-'y oa ScxataintaStrrSS
xaaas auiuuiwiii; SJsTaVi
Golateai EXedaral Xklaco err, and mild
llgeacion, a. t air U law atwoj aat Ss
auUtauisait Tul bo -r-Mnhn
wsfdt u seraraioaa Wlaraasi aw sv
Lnnsra. I procrrtujr and cmaMr anaZ
and cuicil liy tMs GoJ-ptvcri maen-.tfaS
twforetbebitstaecsot r aiaT
latl CiKVC, nken Srtt rcrlcg thm torn
eoratM rrsiccy 10 me pcDic, It, rian'
tlmvyht rcrtocsly vt calling U l' cmtm
9ti to ptloil fn rf, bu tatscdrJ iSssbsm
M too Iitn.trd ;'r a medietas r-iici. boRw
ToaJerful combination ct tn-V, cy TyrermS
lnir, alterative, cr t-loodieansli-r. aaa-3iJio
pectoral, ard ctritiTc rrorrrt. aaejSe?
not onlr xs a icscUvior CuaaczaciV?S
Xaa6S,t)CtXBr-U J lllus"
11 jot ices au-i jijm. BfTimiaa
amllnw cclor of t kis. cr Tiinwit
on bcr cr bodr. rrcctwet kmrw. .
bcse. taJ ZmXO In racutii. tsierau best or cataa.
atterr&tln? wita hot Sashes, km arfaissaas!
aiootnr tcrerxxlinsa, lrrmlcr enrtasv aat
coated tonrcc. tou aro snSerinj ln loafe
areKlou. brapeaaia, ur.d Torwld Llvra,
or MBlllousneM.n la oozxr cases oJ
part cX tixna srmptoea are cxtciimeei. M
a remedy tor cil fVh rises, Pr. Pleresw
Coldcu HXci!c&l DlscoTtrr taa ao
Vor Wca'iI,'.t2-- SrltliSv ol MaaL
Shortneait ol I-r .... f nrallls.
eere frcncM, ( tvrtnptlaa, aat
klndml sZottiocs, it rs u. fuwtOzn rreawn
Geod ten omta la Kjti- for t)r. nnet'l
Proprictora.ec iTaia Et, cxxto,l
Aim-BlI-TOrS tuA CATHAB
Saisl ar XTusjzUta. aauarai,
la off crrd try t&o protvitsaa
01 ur. euts's uuxrra tsfsaaar
U Tea bmreadlalssns tim
the Bosev oSerifcl-o or otaay
lrim. partial loss ol wrueH tasa,
ear bearlor. weak er?L dull east
ar rrtsauiu te tead.yoa haveCatarrn. Iiss
sands of casrs trrsElnatft In corsrirn prion.
XRvEare'sClTABBR Rorenr cures tbewnsi
cases or szatarraCoM la taa nsssV
mi Catarrhal Maaalsche, u csaiL
dATAIIHA NEW TlCATIfBtT!
BB. sfATIH' raUleea Catarra
datroTS tas Urlait Panaliaa waicb csbm
aad taa CATaBBal la CCB.
asUeoss tnated focr Tra azo witk a rOaa
olataaa. Ia CATABBat of SCawe aad Tarsal
ataetxperceat.araeard wita box of Eo'J
wactbercaaabsof otKorforrrTearaaiasi&c- Trtt,
Jadssbaa. .TraatlM ezplalalrc IahslaticaC3r.(3r
CI AltjELEH, CAL. IX.'
" t-ura u rermaaot. as wilt to i
can learn the exact cost
of any proposed line of
advertising in American
papers by addressing
Geo. P. Rowell & Co.,
Itewspaper Advertising Bureau.
IO Spruce St., Nsw York.
lOeta. for lOO-Page Pamphlet.
n. Btrrartsr cnDta
3500 aisasfielliima a
tara I a'lrrr.
Cira Wata lualt PrirM
, cut mt rtrrT-
awaats. weaa. as
aarra taa wltlu TaVeo CCVAUT.VJKS
nm aaafl a tmwt VBKE se asf
oreea -tpmm rerlw ec 1 eSa. taaVftar
rxpe. at asaMlaa; Iraaaalaear (rose
-a. nsaasiisrsiTly. Q
MONTGOMERY WARD A CO.
in wis mt tim hthf. riaCiisne,
Cm all tsea tr of nerroa. origin. COB. UsT
rtereree.. Treatlfteoq bealta two cent .tasv.
V. a. ibi Cm., tit i.aiaaiHi at., raieaa.
tVnsaas aseaUsa lals pairsU
for wnrklnr iwidi. SscJ JO
cm ta po.Use.and w. will ,uaU
ynarrr., a r-iyal, rala.b! .mt
pie box of coo-ia th.t 1I pa
VMUDUllVETAf rr. 1 1r 1 . w mtnm IDS.
rew days than taq ever tbooebt po 1M
nrbaslness. Capital not requires. Ira
liTealAoraa anil work In .oar time
only.oralt the time. Al or both Kin, of all
ae, arraaajy nree,rrul. iocrau 10 sestiiy
earcea erery STentra". That all .bo want
'"Ik may te.t the boslnew. we mass this
nuparallletl otr.-r: To all wbi are nol well
satisfied we wm ki
fled we will wnd $1 to pay for tne trouble
.0 writing q Fal' partlealars dJrecti-n etc
sunt free. lmuieaei pty absolnteiy sore tot
sll who tart -t u-o. Tn't delay. a.tfd:a
Tiaaow A i'rt -tlo.. Main-'.
A Wonderful Offer.
Seven s'orles for SO cents! tVe will mill
for 33 cents S . 33 of Ozilrle'j Poonlir te.i-
inir, coit.lnlnc the followine cum lets
stories: Uhsinr. r Mirr Cecil liar: The
F.tal Liaer, bylura Thorne; TwiztCap.ad
Lip, Oarlottc Temple. The K.3CS 5;r
tsu... Ibe UcUe. n, Bi-k to thi . Id Uoute.
Hacdsoinetr l oand ia lithograph cover.
Satisfsction suars3teed. Sissls tilt
Address J. 8. OGILVIE 4 CO:
eH lm Se.tl Xoseat.Xsw Terk.
ksuscie, avora Kjrea. cr
mn wclllnsra. u7. J
arjrars so eaaaatsasra ea
eraer, esssl atvea ease