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VOL. XXil No 36.
PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1886.
PRICE TEN CENTS
(Mt rrormMy m mock mini tnm
mcnt of Iha fuoctlMM ol tB VaJr. and is
Cxv' diSnlttocnm for thareaajo that ao
It mwsilwL Ilambmr Fwa
ona hkaa to taka aha
obrtaia tbk diAaiUr, and they H ba
ba nand ef-
ftctlra aa wall aa r'TnT to the taste of
DR. FLINTS HEART REMEDY.
Cc.Fun'k Bun 1
Itnmtlua aSsiraad with heart i
111 fear, cttfcar of eoddca death, or the
IdcTtlcxiocat of thoaa terrible bcais di
Kunwtuca remit ta Insanity. I
looo of the Wat im& kcon far
hfsrlar ha. wfckb ia often drrnatni
190a diaaan of tl hart, acawturjea
open uer.cue diatase, it' crxtkx
upon dcnafcfiMiit of t- ration,
tlM. Doacrirlra treats v c iub
bottle, or mailed tree.
At IB DraarWt. or addreaj
J. J. MACK A CO,
tnAUIMatt taa rnacUco, CL
ggocMw-r tu Dan Hall, 9. MtllW ML
Board and Lodging ( ) $10
Board by the day $1
Large and Airy Rooms.
Saloon and Bakery Attached.
Fresh Bread Delivered to
any part of fwwn.
Stage Statin (ft. Asa fort Road)
ni Pleasire Resort.
Within a convenient lltatir Pteori. a
pl"iDtri! Tr ccxlro0,i
Choice Wines Lquois, and
Cigars always on hand-
W. B. Palmeii
B. F. Sloan
P LAZ A
Sontheast corner of Pl&za.
First Class Bigs to be
Had at all times.
Private conveyances to all points
ia Yavapai county.
GIVE US A CALL.
TAL3IER & SLOAN, Prop's,
Gob Web Hall,
T . enara a. tii Parlar Win .
m itu:i: n-.. KACisu tit riSa
X.. a ..wlally of Mllla tat
WINES and LIQUORS
P M. FISHER.
A. A. MOORE
City Feed Yard.
Liver v. Feed and Sale Stable
FIRST CLASS BIGS.
Tna Paar ascam nodatei Fret
Couie and see us before contract
Smelting & Lead Co
416 Voatgomery Stmt
Refiners of Gold and Silrer Ores and
Highest Prices Paid for Gold, Silver and
Lead Ores and Sulphurets.
Manufacturers of Ehiestone, also Lead
Pipe, Shot, Lead, Shot, Etc
TrjiCcmp.nykas the Best Facilities' on
the coast for working
OUTi. eULVEK AND LEAD ORB NI
Prentiss Seliy, Supt
A Ptt s Wail.
The following from the "American
Encyclopedia of Printing," although an
old production, baa a significance as
new to-day as it had the day it left the
Ah! here it ia! I'm famous now
An author and a poet!
It really ia in print! Ye gods!
How proud IH be to show it!
And gentle Anna! What a thrill
Will animate her breast,
To read these ardent lines, and know
To whom they are addressed!
Why, blew my soul! here's something
What can the paper mean
By talking of the graceful brooks
That gander o'er the green?
And here's a t instead of r,
Which makes it tippling rill;
Well seek the shad instead of shade.
And hell instead of hilL
They look so what? I recollect,
Twas sweet and then 'twas kind.
And now to think the stupid fool
For bland has printed blind!
Was ever such provoking work?
Tis curious by the bye.
How anything is rendered blind
By giving it an eye.
Hast thou no tears? the t's left out,
Hast thou no ears, instead;
I hope that thou art dear, is put
I hope that thou art dead.
Who ever saw in such a space
So many blunders crammed?
Those gentle eyes bedimmed, is spelt
Those gentle eyes dtdammed.
The color of the rose, is nose ;
Affection is affliction;
I wonder if the likeness holds
In fact as well as diction?
Thou art a friend, 'he r is gone
Who ever would have deemed
That euch a trifling thing could change
A friend into a n'end?
Thou art the same, is rendered lame,
It really is too bad !
And here because an i is out.
My lovely maid is mad; !
They drove her blind by poking in
An eye a process new :
And now they've gouged it out again
And made her crazy, too.
Let's stop and recapitulate;
I've damned her eyes, that's plain
I've told her she's a lunatic.
And blind, and deaf, and lame.
Was ever tuch a horrid bash
In poetry or proe?
I've said she was a fiend, and praised
The color of her nose!
I wish I had that editor
About a half a minute;
I'd bang him to his heart s content.
And with an h begin it ;
I'd jam his body, eyes, and bones,
And spell it with a d,
And send him to that hill of his
He spells it with an e.
A correspondent of the Williamspcrt
(Pa.) Gazette and Bul.ttm, who ti&r
himseif "Hawkeyc,' wr.tinc from Skull
Valley, this county, .ives his opinion of
Ariz i.ia as fo'loars: "Ten months upon
the mour.t.ias anl plains if Anions,
will give anyone somewhat of an in
jight as to ihe character and general
make-up of the turftety. That it is not
an Ed f roses, or a Und "flowing
with milk and honey" has long been
known, but that it possesses many ad
vantages over other lands cannot be
denied. The gret cattle and sheep
ranges, upon which tens of thousands
summer and winter without feed or
shelter, excepting that which nature so
plen'ifully bestowed, is one of the many
attractions that call men fro.a every
state in the union to come to these sandy
The great scarcity of water through
out the territory has been and perhaps
always will be, a very serious drawback ,
to the stock interests ot the country.
Just think ot grett herds of cattle trav
eling from five to twelve mi ei every day
to procure a dunk of water. All the
streams are dry twtr.i-ds of the year,
excepting what may be found i i tanks
or holes along the old U-J. It cer
tainly is a poorly watered place for
stock raising, but fur all thst the coun
try swarms with trem, and what is
stranger still, they all appear in a thrifty
and growing condition. Tne southern
half of the territory i .iurally orerrun
and overdone, and it is only a question
of a few years' time whn it mu-t cease.
The northern htlf produces better feed
being more mouminous and heavily
timbered but it will have to succumb
to the inevitable fate of all these moun
tain pasture lands through the gteed of
cattle men to own stock upon a thous
Sheep do well in in this dry and warm
climate. Great droves are to be seen
climbing the mountain sides in search of
feed, and as they are better adapted to
the successful scaling of those lofty old
hills, they will eventually, overrun the
Farming is carried on quite exten
sively in the southern portion of the tet
ritory, although the great drawback in
that brinch of industry is water for ir
rigatmg purposes. Many of the streams
are all taken from their native beds and
used up, quenching the thirst of the
sand plains where the tiller of the soil
has commenced operations. The
quality of wheat and barley ii excellent,
while oats, corn and potatoes seem to
do well. All along the line of the South
ern Pacific fruit grows to perfection,
and, no doubt, in a few years will be a
formidable rival to California in that
branch of business.
But as I view it, Arizona's wealth lies
hidden iathe sands of her caetae pitiaa,
and rocks of br Ull mountains. That
tbe country is rich in placer gold there
is not a question. Gold is found in all
parts of the territory, and quite easy too
to reach. The great difficulty, however,
eat been the lack of water. For many
years men have been striving tj pro
duce a machine for dry washing tnat K
seperate the gold from the dirt and saud
without the aiJ of water. Many have
beta the failures, although every attempt
approximated a little closer to the grand
object After a long summer of cxperi
senting with a dozen different patterns,
aad after thoroughly learning the na
ture of the bright little colors found in
tbe soil of this country, we have been
enabled to produce a machine that fills
a long felt want among miners. Simple
ia its construction, and easy of opera
tion, the "Placer King" goes before the
Birung world a marvel and a wonder.
By an ingenious device wind has been
called is to take tbe place of water, and
ao longer will the dry deserts o! this
territory lack for means to gather the
wealth scattered broadcast over them.
The principle upon which success na
been obtained is very simple. By
properly applying wind dm i bellows,
the same action on dry dirt is reichsd
that water produces in sluicing. inr--t;
of the elements an only be successfully
used, that U fire, wind and wjter. Air
it certainly the cheapest of the thre-,
and, therefore, muat tike the place of
the ethers on the extensive and waterless
plains of the southwest. To those un
acquainted with placer raining it would
seem impossible to wsh dirt in a dry
state, bu: such is a foregone thing now,
and if anybody from the old Keystone
tate Mil call at the camp of the Hwk
ryes, in Skull valley, they can see with
heir own eyes what science and ar
have accomplished. By the old way of
sluicing more than onc-'enth of the tine
gold was always lost, but thst is ent rely
overcome in machine washing. On
many test trials it has saved ninety-eiht
percent, and with free sand dirt making
a clean sweep. Just think of .t sating
colors so fine that the naiced eye cannot
see them. Long its this you nave heard
of the capture of Geronimo and his
grat (?) band of desperate warrior;, con
sisting of sixteen bucks and a dozen
squaws. Now it ts to be hoped that
the territory may have peace, thut the
bloody butcheries of whole families will
net be heard of scon agsin. All ftel
quite easy now secure in their different
avocations ar.d ;t is hoped that a boom
will soon set in that will develop the
resources of this portion of Uncle Sam's
This trulv is a wonderful country.
European tourists may write and boast
of climate of Italy, the scenic wondtts
of Switzerland, Germany and France
but I feel bold in venturing '.be asser
tion that the Rocky mountain wonders
of nature surpass all the time-worn
marvels found tast of the threat pond
One month spent in sieving the rand
canyon of th Colorado will conince
any one of that Europe has r.u such awe-
inspiring wonders for i,;h:-se-rs. What
a play of the dementi must have been
gcing on for long ages to produce the
marvels found io thit remarkable gorc.
On approaching from ethrr side the
traveler finds it up grade for more than
twenty miles before the top is reached,
and then, oh! wonder of wonderf!
Standing on th summit of this mighty
chasm, looking away across towards the
opposite tiJge, or rim, of this bxnn,
little does the looker on real
ize that a furrow, more than six thous
and fett deep, has been cut by the rush-
ng torrents of wter through the solid
granite rock down to the presar.t bed of
the steam that boils and foams as it
rushes and whirls at the base of those
mighty walls so niph that the common
cannon would hardly make a ball reach
the top. Down in that deep, dark bed
of the foaming river there is perpetual
summer, while the bold cliffs and tall
towers lining each side of the stream
may be white with mountain snows.
This wondeiful cut, produced only by
ages f time, is scmr two hundred miles
long. But few places cf approach have
been found, and in those it is necessary
to use rope ladders to lower the caplorcrs
from cl:ff to cliff as they go down-down-
among dangerous crags and bo.tomlcss
caves of the grand marvel of the land.
The Boy and the Frog.
A Boy Who was Passing a Pond Saw
a Frog jump from a Log Among a mass
of Rocks, where he could be safe from
Missiles, and assuming an Injured tone
tbe lad remarked :
"Have I ever done you Harm that
you should thus avoid me?"
"Xever," replied the Frog.
"Then, why such Action!"
"Simply because there can be no Fun
between us except at my expense."
I fThe Boy Chugged nt him, but the
Frog dodged it. Detroit Free Press.
Nismstr Weather Summary.
From a monthly meteorological weath
er summary for November, kindly fur
nished us by Mr. E. W. French, siijnal
service observer at Whipple, wc compile
the following: Mean temperature for
the month, 36.1; highest temperature,
5th inst, 71 ; lowest temperature, 23rd
inst., 2 degrees below zero; greatest
daily range of temperature during tho
month 42.4; least daily range 13.9;
mean daily range, 31 ; mean barometer,
30.150; lowest, 29.557; highest, 30.563 ;
prevailing direction of wind, southwest ;
highest velocity of wind, 40 miles per
hour, on the 21st; total precipitation,
L6S; clear days, 25; lair days, 4; cloudy
KELLY & STEPHENS!
GOLDEN RULE STORE,
t4- kMa.t-w d4 awl CarvfuU aa au Mora
Of General Merchandise
CMfriti stack aftliFams Ortgoa Cassiiiri ClitiiBg. Blaaktt.
Liati 6nis. Pacific Ciast Fiaaait iladirwiar,
AD AM ENDLESS VAKIETI OF
BUCKINHAM HECT'S UNRIVALtCD MANUFACTURE
Bocts and Shoes.
SaWar aaaa in aar oaa aWUli&mr-t tn Arlntaa.tS
NORTHWEST CORNT1P. PLAZa.
R. H. HCRMISTER.
And New Prices.
Having made a change in our firm, we take this
method of informing our old patrons and our new
and the Pnblio Generally, that we hM
continue to keep as heretofore a full stock of
Of the Best Quality at the
Lowest Market Prices,
&REMEMIER! Wo can not
Call and satisfy
The Latest Sensation.
Is that Geonre H. Currv is iroinr to give his customers during
the Holidays four genuine Oil Paintings in handsome goldleated
frames, all works of art and speeU ly selected for this purpose.
The distribution will be in four different prizes, and every person
making a purchase of $2.00 and uvards from this date will be
given a chance to win these beautiful Paintings.
My Stock of Rich
of all descriptions and beautiful
complete, delighting the heart aud pleasing tne eye, ana in
looking for your presents this season come and see me and I will
give you prices on nrsi-ciass goous mm can i uu cuu
f A .1
These Oil Paintine-. will be on
Always remember that in ad
in Arizona I carry a full line oi
Rifles, Shotguns,' Pistols and Cartridges
and all sporting goods at the lowest prices.
Royal at. John bewmg Machine.
i at m mti,
GURLET STREET, OPP, NEW CLUBROOMi,
WILL ALWAYS BE
Mies C. Johnston, Proprietress.
Onlj hotel in Prescott where patrons can obtain meals withon
leaving the house.
AIL THE DELICACIES OF THE SEASON SERVED.
est Table Board, $7 Per Week.
THE LEADING HOTEL OF PRESCOTT
The Only Hotel in
Hard Finished Rtooms.
SITTING AND DINING ROOMS ARE THE LARGE S
AND BEST APPOINTED IN PRESCOTT.
W. C. Bashfoia.
and will not be UNDERSOLD!
yourselves tnat we
BASHFORD efc CO.
and Elegant Jewelry
novelties in ladies' gold goods i
1 At.l. i l- l.4-
exhibition in my store.
dtion to the finest stock ot Jewelry
Agent fo re
Liquors and Cigars
SERVED TO PATEOH8
Finest Rooms ia Fret
Northern Arizona With
A - Rflsrfall Proprietor
WM. HEISLER, PROPRIETOR
- o -
In srder to better accommodate our customers, we have opened
i connection with oar California market, (at South Monte
zuma street,) the Boll's Head marker, RTorth Monte
zuma street, next to the P. & O. Restaurant, near
the cokut of Garley Street, where we will
keep always oa bandthc best assortment and quality of meats, which we will sell at
the following reduced prices for cash, to which the attention of the public
Beaf by Ulndqoartar
Ho.' Dr forquartr
H.. f tumntnil rriQDil
E?et '"-' 12X -
et pint- kxilllDK.
Ber Mrloin a:io o trrttousafiik. IS
Beef ir-n I narlnl and orir
hou -I". "
fact ibanil aad ehutk ai fr- am 1.1
Mui'nn 1 rar-aa or aide-
Meats Oelivend ta ill parts at
TOM HIN KfiE,
Proprietor Chinese and Japan.
ese Bazaar has removed to
Brick Building on
West side of Granite street
next .to the
Chinese Joss House.
A Full Lino
Of Chinese and Japanese Goods
New goods just received. A fol
line of Uhinese and Japan
Fancy Goods, Teas
Saloon & Lodging House
Cortes Street, Opposite OSce Row.
Wines, Liquors and cigars of a good
quality always on hand. Neat aadclea
tds. well ventilated rooms
BANK OF AEIZONA
HRESCOTT, A. T.
Batah;ia'd, tS73. Ihr Oldnl Saak in tha
am. Lkhi. n-caieeat.
V. sc. ttnil,TIX vaaktcr.
S.t.iM'm E. ft . WKUa. HCo fUcUABal)
. m ) t f ChFo VI )K.STe :
Uitfttaw A T. w Ywrtt
5ESKKAL BANKING 81TMNB98 TJUK8-
DrafU aad TeWrapMo exrfcanzea on the
principal cltira nt the Vailrd Stataa b-Dht
a d toll.
ARIZONA STAGE CO
Carrying U. S. Mail and W,F
& Co's. Express
PRESUOTI anu MABIC0PA
iMn rrdetit dally at
:M a .
mv mt raewixas.
tfflM at MarlMia
rjneaeetiac vita B. P. R. R. train Eaat
tftagea for the Nerta.
Laarea Maricopa oa arriral t Train
fromtHeWeat at 7:15 A.H
Arrlrc at rralx daily at ,
Arrlv i rrraratt daily at Sill r. SI
Presoott and PHeais,
Via Wicaencani no, Vnlmr.
Leare Frete-nt, Mocdsj. Thnradaja at 8 p.m.
&rr)T at rhralx Wednradar asd Sainrda; it
t a. ra. raskioR conntctfoo with stage! r
KetBrninc, itave Phenlx Monday and Taut-
AniTe at rrtarott Wedacaday aad Batordij
Prescott and the i. I P.
Save rreatatt ataiiy a- rSas A. SS
AirtTa at Aab Fork at, , J: P M
3oDOcUac W.lh iha a A P tralna Eaat aad
Leara A.h Fort: upon arriral of tralaa
aaaiT at ,., -
Arm at ProKott-
BANK OF PRESCOTT,
sttvan. Mupt. J. V.Meadnr
Pioaeoli. KfU at PrarotU
a K. STORE.
Keeps a Full Supply of General
Merchandise which if
Being sold at Bot
Id's FwaiSiMC 6ottfs, .tats1
Sates, Nits, Gaps, EtC
Also, a large, cowplete and fresh supply
of choice staple and fancy grocsries.
A FEED YARD
b eoBBrctio with tha store a-beiw all
mdt of Baled Hay aad Grain alwayt no
-Goods delivered free of
charge to all parts of the city.
Bank Of Prescott,
First National Bank
T. J. Batier, J. F. Meador
President. J Cashier.
general HiVirg buaineas done
Motion abonltfcr aad otinek ehopcIS
MuUoq prime -t '
Mutton fi- IS
Lm by:rt "
Ltmb rib sari tolzre&rra
larab &ouiUernd fc-gs
Pork by Mdeor quarter-
r to ss
Baleen a nans;
the City and Fort Whiugie Em ef
st. k m w mm
BAIL, XV A "V.
One Change of Can
San Francisco. Los Angelas an
St. Louis, Mo-
Penman P!ar SlMpasi ora ara no Dafl
diCr, Mnta Sis gFracdaco. Callfarala
uur Aogeics ans bu loco, ilo Tim xi.a
XeaJlta. the 4t!a&Ua mdridto to Albvonraaa S
11., li AlchUoo, Toprt and Santa T. to Halatoad.
vaaaoa iBBwUmias2taBiraaeLace awuvajic
-ULoua. TtlaU teittifclT Ui only roaia raaaaa
laroncn cxrm rttione ctasgs to SUiLonla. By thla
Una tiiera w only tiro cnaiMccoi cm txtvaaa taara
das aad Aiii.-.:if goata. vhlcii la at Lea Vafaa aad
raaarogna for St. Loola aus all Eastara eltlaa aawoM
tcr tbflr CcttU VIA HAUSTEAD, Kaaaaa, aad. tkt
I?. IZZT5 k SiS niXZZX Ktlhrar. taa MOrw
Ttarouizli Carllouto." Plaaaa aB aiaa ta
licirt gsat ami jut roll pirtlsolara.
Ur-TralQfor pT. LmOI THjaTHTOn
dAllr al'25. a.m.
Gta. i3iri, aa. Pua. Igmt,
t. Lcziz, Hi. StiLamk aW.
J. P. 3IEADOR, Acicrr,
DfBee At First National Bank,
who a tfuesuAstra TH tbi ctosaiw cr rm
couxrar wax usmvuiiBctmamtr that tw
UICASO.BQCK ISLAND tPACtflCMstWU
Br rra wi cf tt ctMI position, dot TCUtloa ta frtv
rlpal Ubc Zxfi ft CfcAfo. and contlaaoaa Caaa aa
voir tna mMlla ltntc ta th&t tnsKcnUAental ayatcaa
wtfch lari asd tmcHluu i trsr.1 and traSc ta all liar
Tha nrlc blndruli Una c-l bTiahi. tadaoa Of
nsr JUt. ontn. LaSi'J;, rrarlxOoatms. atoUaa
tiduek lslnai. It HKnoUi Paresron. KiCH
Wiiilnjten. J-Urttli Ottnioin,okloo.v Wot Ltk
and Atcblr All K&nsui tltxrtLra, aUsmpoUa aaa
tz. racl. In lllaaerat Wurrton. la Dakota, aad
taaOnd. of lumiut. doc?, tcu and TUUcaa.
Tho Crcat Rock Island steutw
Cnnnlm Sti. Comfort id Sifrrr to tho WW
travel orrr I- iuroadbrdlitt.rossurtianaMed. lta
trek li ot hrary itcL 1: tallzn ara 04 in n i lu
rtjwnaandtron. It, roUlsi tock 1, prrfctaaa aa
UHlnni&kalt. ltbualr ta aaf.tr appllaa taaa
BefLanlc&l rctilss bijiarrnud aaderp.rlencpro.a4
rafoaMa. lu cractieuorcration i cenwrratlVa aa4
methodical lu diMlplme .tnrc ard exactisc Tha lax
ttrr ot lta pasweeer areonraotlaLton. Is nrunjaalad ta
AH Ciprt- Tralna twtxern Cale. p9alO SEaan
Tairreoo.-Ut of UnfortbIaD.T CbarhM.masniDoeaa
JJlnuin ralin llrlor and Fwrnjr Can. tlanl
Itoinit Csrsrrrl.Uac eirelleat, ra&. and ti.Hjg
CttoCT. bt. Joigph. AicUMa r1 fiiim Oty-raaW
liedrelal Chair Cars.
Tha Famous Albert Lea Route
li tha mxrrt, tToru Una herrn Chlraen aal kma
apallaandU-rAnl. Orer this root wad fart Eipraa
Trains ran dilly to tha raaiw raoru. ttanaaaa
localuln asd hontln; aad flhio? troenda of lim ana
Ulnneota. Taa rich wheat seki. and araxlas; lasdt of
lnwrlor llxtota tn nacbed Tla Watarvrra. A aaara
deslnblo roato. Tia Sesera and Eanklf. oSmwa
rtar tadaccinenta to trarelera brtea Claelaaatl. Ia.
tiUnapoU-s Lafarrtta and Coenr! Blsea. tu JOMa.
AtchtaTn, Lraa worth. Kan taa City, &sapoCa(Ya
ilul ar 1 urmedU' polno. All rlanaei cf patTona.
r-noHa-r txmiif A. 1J . and rhiidnen. rectira froai
o3:lal ant crinioy. of Roc-a l"4And tralna protaettaa,
rr-wful courted and Jaadlrtrcarrient.
rrTlrl-r-T -tf- j.v..Ki....nt
TV tet OB'r.ln lh Cnlwd SHS. and Canada or any
dealrM infamtl.n addma,
A R. CAElt. E. ST. JQH. f. A. H01MOOK,
iSnaisva .c-.irr- tetaaanaaaai
1'. -n.m and ti"ui CT. tn Stlxsodll Lr
1 wish to notify the public that I har re
opened this popular place and trill keep the
btst stock of Roods In northern Arlxona, In
cladicg Wines. Liquors I Cigars
FIRST CLASS MUSIC
J. J. Grcx, Prop-
MrS. xtoach's "
Montezuma street, irest side of Plaza.
Tables auppUed wi!"a
ALL THE DELICACIES
that the market affords.
Prompt attention given to 11 kinds of
Game in season.
Fresh Oysters, Fish, Miaca Pits.
Cake and Chocolate always on hand.
Board per week. $7
Single Meals 5ets
Formerly the Arizona Brewery
Saloon, Gurley Street
The best Wine?, Liquors and Cigars in.
the market always on hand.
BUS OK DRAUGHT 03 ST THE BOTtL Z
iaaTKAM rtil.Tl.Mi ItOL'HKJ
Tw . anon a JornAi- uimi j pa
lia a Try day la tin . -ea, I -and
rAjJX03A J'tU Chv-NAL-MtSBC 1
rab.Mbaa rv Wedn a' ivmi. tha
C iBital a: iha Trri: .rr
nix AattaexjL rcKLiKiii.M; cm-
iVtrotetl to Ike comcercJU acJ baicea in.
en jta of Its Territory.
DAILY par y Mr - ttztn
fTmili" orr jer, 4 qs
" 14 six monti. gg
Hone Mar be remitted br r :itx! leUer
paatoSee order or draft.
The JocajrL-lIi3Ka-l. 1 'flWtr-i bv
arrlrt aabecribere is the rlay forSSceato
Local antlMia will K. i.....bJ. Ait
rrr.t a 11n tnr tH. h 1-. .
-- .w w... -rzi bun tuu :m
anu per line tor each eabf e-rjeut asertJon.
wv..Kwuumvo vit mn eao ert. 01 general
ateraat will ba- accepted, anu newa r0m any
oeallt j ia aoildted, ej prrf jvj- t.-: ti e mlnlni;
aapa aad acrlenijral dlstricta.
All eoaimnnica ilon ahould be &ddresed to
JovSaTAL-MlllKK. Prcstott. Arizona.
E- C Daib. Boom No. cVjaIerrhanU'El
aanae. Ban Franelaeo. la gele aeent fur tha
. UOSA JatT.felL.Mltnr. n v. . uA
H t horllad to collect nmn..a rtrthl
tW 'UaaeBt. taka ordrr. fnr ulrihln.
-d taadtn inr other hmlnni l.Tlln
'pon tnaafi rrrixrDtnllTe fthepob
har. Th Dait JouiutAf jiimk tap
01 abl offle.
3fAV 7-; mTTm (T-
HI K AT .0. 1.
TIXW-T T. ar.aW.
4wwansmBakaaP AslsiSlI (Jasiawsr Rtiraii ft A tirnvrvm
t V T? VVaV If V A Sa aa faaaWaa aa) aaa aa aa.
tr ba aaada lac lr la
tllnaT AijMicy trf Hrwt.
: Mt rwrjtiraar AJsis.
itlantic & Pacific Railroad
23 35 a it.
6 11 pea
a It nan
2 47 pm
8 4 a m
4 15 am
1 Si ara
S 10 pm
s asp ao
10 OS am
1 15 pm
4 D8p m
r ton m
YBjcah u keu to all lmpurtanteltlaa aaa
aad warn oa aala at the principal etaUona.
la Lai aua to tha Indian filiate 0 laa
ma. is mllea.
Via Wlngate ta Fort Wln.!e, 2 mllea;
Zanl. 40 mil re.
VlaMasaellto to Fort DeO.nee (XaTaJa
.Irir Tl 3S mile.: Canon deCnelle. aa mllea:
A ache. So miles: a cerrllie 5 mllaa;
Hdow Low. So rallti; TAylorrtlle. 35 mllea;
Uoqat Iadlaa VI 1 ace (no regular etagea) tw
Via Sarajo. dally ataxea to St. Johaa. tS
Via Wlailow ta Jlrlsbr.m city and Hunaet
Via Aab fork, dally atsces to Preacott
and Wtlppia BarraeAa,54 mllea; dallratasea
;rea RamU to Poenli ans tri-weekly staca
la P. aeb rDrlna to t ha Gran d Cinaa raf
tbe Colorado. U mlra.
viaKinsman. a Uy ataeee to Stoektoa
tf til, to mllea; illn fPark. lSmliea;Crba
Via Tneefl to (Sign i.lo miles.
Via Tltalfaadiet. atarar'to Tama. Cm
orado rtrer a(eaey,Fort HoIatc, Uvjave CI
W. A. B1SSKL.U
. B. ROBt ON,
Oeaaral at anittr. .-tlbaqaerqne.N. M.
tK. JL KGBIiS'SOX,
PRTIICI AN AKI SUKCBOR,
OrSoe oa Monteiacj street,
Oee dor North of liixo? t; Co' Drags
L. F. EGGERS.
ATTORNET AT LAW.
MTZlCr ATTORNEY OF YAVAPAI CO Li HIS,
Office in Court House Prescott.
C. Jit M DOM. I J. HAWKINS
HERNDON & HAWKINS,
ATTOXOEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW
SfMcki attention to conrejanciug aasT
orace work of ail kind&
Attosxet General or Asizuata.
axs OoonrLoa at Law
tha Back of .
J a. Bath. XW. Wells, Sumner ITawar
RUSH, WELLS fe HOWARD,
ivttorneja and Oonnaellors at Law
rraacrtt, TaTapal County, Arizona. Will at
tend promptly to all basinets entnuted to
them la tha conns of record la the territory
HENRY CLAY BURKE.
ATTGRNXT AND COUNSELOR AT LA W.
Will practice- lnall tbe eonru of Af ssaa,
aad beore tba Tarlona Xpartrcenta la Wash
aim Fo. 3, or'r Bank ot .
Prescott, A. T.
WARREN E. DAY, M. D.
BURGEON AND PHYSICIAN.
Oflee aad residence, first hoose south of
the PlaxAjun the east side ot Montezuma at.
opposite rioaeer hotel, Prescott, Ariz.
J. G OTIS,
MINER. Prescott, Arizona.
P. O. Box, X12.