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VOL. XXII No 37.
PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1886.
PRICE TEN CENTS
Tike it ii tins. Mum cj JeHUr. vhoae
rouiKm-nea U uxuxu, ud who U ral Jact to epea
ei faintmw. if lU to radian death (no heart
diMue. Let ti-n uta ur. turn heuit caoar
Ussre it U too
ifKlllfTV De- Fttn'j i:ut tmn voaU
"f"!" tare prrreaUd maey dm of Apo-
tccxj, wcicn n uenjT acpenuesi vpoo
cf tie lxart, if Trlca aca Szst acjr cases
BfesstBs cf Sim. JitiSiSszi
bo fed EiauIf or fczraclf tmaMe to 'Arp nlftU, la
caismuui m.viifiTa, irnna wiu nta eny procure
the Uawf of iWrr bat w3 prevent a faaeral
tatHr.f down cf tbe ejetexa.
t rmmtt There bo reenecy WMeB eaa
7-rSg tirtf lluuburx r1T io the eaa
cf hautnal cw tuatlne. todife
tiaa and efck-beadieha. Tlielr
ertlon it ae-prorspt acd eaMeU a tkea? fcB
pleaauit. 2S ceasa,
At aU ImiisiaU ; or addrcae
J. J. MACK aV OO..
aad 11 Front t.rsaa Traactose, OIL
Tix Iqra d Qpn.
GOO j CHAN BEOS.
CornerGranitc and GMdw
Streets. PresMtt .
Th public will be welcome.
IOHN SORG. Protr
' ANSAS CITY. MO
Does a Geiiai Bank ig lisincss
Jas. T. ThofUttoh - JTeiident
Sfih Mabrv - Vici-Predcu
W W. St.Clai - Cashcr
M R. Thubvtow - Atitur.i Cahr
W. Z. WILSON dc Co
Mill. nr 11 f-mt aad
Vi-J. rl of Plasa, nait to Goldaraitr.
tor Iv Hi. lar'.t aarortm.nl rf
r- (.raparod altha aliurtaafBoUc to U
S!urt r with promptuaaa and dlapaJra
Flour Grain and Bran.
TVkrn in exchange for Liirobex
W. 7. WIION v Ca
A. A. MOORE
City Feed Yard.
Livery. Feed and Salt? Stabl
FiRsr cuss Bias
Ths Pjir a333mfloat2d fru
Come and t$e ub before -r) trad
ing W. B. Fauisb
B. F. Sloa
Livery and Feed
Sontheast corner of Plaza.
First Class Rigs to be
Had at all times.
Private conveyances to all pointi
in Yavapai county.
GIVE US A CALL.
FALMER & SLOAN. Prop'i.
Cob Web Hall,
rorror!y ttows tfc. Pwlar -aln.
XONTKZDMA ST., TAC1XU THE rLAXA
Kiln a tc!altr nf arlllat Hi !.
WINES and LIQUORS
P M. FISHER.
And Bitltard Hall.
Qeo. W. Bine. Pronrtetar,
FINE LIQUORS 4 OIGABS
romrartnDl' Vlmh at Attce
Fine Billiird and Pol Tbl, for tbc
EzcluHre use and entertaiw
oeat of pctrooa wi ta
THE SICNAL SERVICE.
! Summary of the Annua! Report
cmor signal omcer nazan.
' We are jnd-l.ted to E. W. Frtnch
i signal onserver at nippie tor tne ii
Jowing synopsis of the report of General
W. B. Hazen, chief signal officer. iTou
ornlpg the work ol the meteorolopical
diviiun the report ayr "Many very
important laws have recently been de
duced theoretitcally and confirmed by
observations and experiment."
It is stated that the plan for securing
as observers young men qualified re
education for the pursuit of sdsnnfic
studies, and thus raising the standard of
the enli-ted force of the signal corps,
has bow been in operation five yearr,
and of the 878 enlistments made dur
ing thit time 1 inttj-scven were college
graduates; and it has proved of benefit
to the service.
Touching the weather fsrca:ts and
specul warnings issued during thccar,
it is stated lli.t the increased ticinar.d
fo: thce forcCtts oiav be tikea as v
aence ot tntir value, lne ttace is
unable to comply with the futiieroj re
quests received from c.tis, icarna and
corporations for the special waitings
owing to the 11m tea approprutun ur
this branch o! the service General
HaZcn says that the progress mtde fti"
ir.a:caiing the approach ot cold waves
his been highly satisfactory, and he l
convinced that ptopcrty to tnt value of
many miliijns of dolhrs has been saved
through the agency of this service. The
cold wave iinal is now displayed it
390 ctiis and towns iu the Uni -ed States
and from these points di:t ibu ed by
telephone and railways to about twenty
An appropriation of $5,000 is recom
mended for tne extension cf the sci
vice, and th : opinion is expressed thxi
na appropriation would be more ac
-fld wave signal displayed di-iing the
year, 911, or 85.5 per cent, wtr- jmtifi
ed. Of the ut.t.ty ot the flaod warn
ings furr.ishcd by the signal strvire the
report says a careful estimate (hos that
property valued at $128,000 was saved
at a single ststnn, Nashville, Tenn., by
the warnings of the signal cri:e on
the Cumberland river during March and
April of the current year. The syttem
ot sea coatt telegraph lines is said
to he of great value,- and :t extension
along the entire Atlantic roast is recom
mended. The repoit suggests that some sub-
ftimiil reward should be given to the
members of the Internaiioml polar ex
ped.tion. and inrpes th.it congress at its
neat session will recognize the success
ful work p:r formed by Litutenant Gree
ley and I is party by providing promo
tion of the survuors ard support for
the families of those ho lost thtit ltvtt
while serving with this eapediiiin.
Sal of tho Olivo.
The famous Olive mine, at Oive
camp, Pima dutriit, has betn part y
sld and the money paid. It was owned
by Messrs Frank Allison, S. B. Crley
and James K. Brown, and tne two form
er sold their undivided interests to T.
L. Rodger, of Bjsf-n, Miss., on the
basis of $15,000 for the whole mine
The Olive is one nf rhe phenomenally
rich mines of the camp, and has yielded
recording to th: smelter rtturns to date,
$32,400- The shjf: is only 114 feet
deep, from which point dri.tt have been
Trade on the ledge and the shipping ore
is assorted from the lower grade and
from a strata averaging a foot in width.
The quality of the ore may be judged
by the fact that the value of the ore
shipped hs graduslly increased from
130 miners near the surlace to a 35
ounces from the last shipment, and 21
per cent lead.
Mr. Allison owns twelve ether claims
in the camp, a number of wl i-h are
leased to parties who are now working
them. A car load of ore Irorn one of
these claims were forwarded yesterday
which sampled here 248 ounces in sil
ver and 23 per cent lead, which proves
that the rich ore is not confined alto
gether to tne or two mines.
Mr. Rodgers, the purchaser, is a son-
ir.-law of Thomas Nickerson, the Bos
ton millionaire railroad man, and the
purchase is intended to supplement the
output of the old Sin Xivier mine, upon
which smelting works are to be at once
erected. It is probable that all the
miners of that district will find a market
for their ores with the smelting com
pany and thereby save the transporta
tion charges to the Colorado smelters.
The camp will now experience a gen
eral boom, and the fortunate owners
cf properties there will have an easy
road to affluence, from all of which the
city will exact the tribute that naturally
belongs to a depot of supplies and a
shipping point. Citizen.
"There comes another H said the hard
ware dealer as he interrupted a conver
sation about the state of the iron market
and ttied to hide his body behind that of
the reporter. The latter was on the
point of asking for an explanation when
a citizen halted and ssid to the dealer;
"Oh yes, you sent that stovepipe up
yerterday afternoon, didn't you?'
"Yes sir." Told me I wouldn't have
the least trouble in fitting the joints?
"I think I ci2?' "Think, why blast
your old swindling vocation, you know
you did; you said a bey 10 years old
cawld put up a hundred, licks of it in an
Nat Ma uafcraal joist wa14go
together, though I worked for three
hours; don't you never speak to me
again nevrl 1 do admire a sharp
thief, b 1 1 have nu rcs:ect for an old
IhrP 'Why ion'i iu punch his head?'
queiitd the reuricr as the man passed.
"Why don't I punch all the heads in
town?"jskrd the dealer jmt as a second
came to a halt and puckered his mouth
to sa: "You can send up for that
stovepipe!" "Yes sir." "That stove
pipe I lugged hnme last night,' I re
nicruber." Thit stovepipe over which
I swat and swore until ntdcigt.t and
then mashed flit and flung icto the al
ls)!" "I'll send for it." "And I would
have mashed you with it, you old glib
tongu.d hyocrite; send for :t; remove
i ; don't neser look another honest man
ih the fice!" "No sir; I never will,"
humbly replied the dealer as he opened
hh door to escape a third man with
blood tn hit eye coming a ross the
ttreer. Detroit Free Pres. -
Tho Texas Brakoman.
The following story is teli about Mr.
'HoxKtand in railroad circle' is belie vd
to be a true narrative:
H. M. Iloxie, of the Missouri Pacific
railroad, was noted in railroad circles for
bia proncneas to give his inferiors good, )
sound lectures on the slightest proroca- i
tion. Hoxie was a hard worker, and all
who hare ever seen him know bow
round-shouldered be' was. One day a
brakeman called on him with a letter
request for a pass in his pocket, leaving
the door wide open as he entered the of
fice, and wearing bis hat on his head in
true brakeman style. In a loud voice
be called out: "Is Hoxie in?"
At this the general manager looked
up from hit deak and replied :
"Yes, air, Mr. Hoxie is in."
The brakeman took the letter out of bis
pocket, grabbed the corner of the envel
ope between his thumb and forefinger
and sent the missive spinning and
whirling upon his superior's desk,
Hoxie looked up in amazement and
"Now, yoang man, would it not look
better for yon, when coming into a gen
tleman's office, and especially when
asking a favor, to remove your hat, wipe
your feet and inquire in a quiet voice,
"Is Mr. Hoxie in?"
The brakeman looked at the general
manager a moment, asked for his letter,
got it, went out, closed the door, and in
a moment marched in again, closed the
door eoftly after him, wiped his feet, put
his bat under his arm, and inquired in
the most polite manner possible :
Is Mr. Hoxie, tho general manager,
"I am Mr. Hoxie," replied the gener
al manager. "What can I do for you?"
"You can go to hell, you round shoul
dered son-of-a-gun 1" replied the brake-
man. "I don't want none of your favors
I'm from Texas!', Ex.
Hopes of the Star.
The Tucson Star has tbc following
It is to be hoped tbat the fourteenth
legislature of Arizona will perform all of
its duties in atleaat thirty dayaand then
It is to be hoped that not a single
clerk will be employed, except such aa
are provided by law.
It is to be hoped that the territory will
not be taxed to furnish each member of
the legislature with a lot of territorial
It is to be hoped, however, tbat each
member of the legislature will support
the press freely out of the liberal per
diem each receives.
It is to be hoped that the members
will charge mileage in accordance with
It ia to be aincerel hoped that each
member will keep a clear bead, and to
dj this he will have to steer clear of the
legislative gin mills.
It is to be hoped that the fourteenth
will make a handsome record the Star
believes it will.
The plan for a 'universal commercial
language" origint-d about five years
ago by Herr Schleyer, of Sw.tZerland,
seems t j be meeting with greater favor
than has been accorded ether projects of
the kind. It is reported that Volapuk
is already spoken w.th facil.ty by thous
ands of Europeans; knowledge of it is
being disseminated by more than fifty
societies scattered over England, Ger
many, Aust ia. Sweden. Holland, Asia
Minor and other counties; Volapuk
grammars for the use cf Hcttentets and
Chinese, besides all the European na
tions, are either in the market or in
course of preparation; and two reviews,
one entirely in Volapuk and the other
ith a translation on alternate pages,
are regularly published. The special
advantages of the new language it the
ease with which it can be learned, eight
lessons having enabled a Parisian class
to correspond jeadily with students in
The following is a list of letters remain
ing in the post-office at Prescott, Arizo
na, uncalled for December 9th, 18S6.
Black, Fred K
Davis, C S
Fisher, Mrs A L
Freley, D M
McLea, W (2)
Rivas, A V
Reberger, C "VT
Shull Samuel S
Stretch B A
Taylor, Jno M
Maguire, Clara A(2) Williams, Enoch
Moss, A. F Walker, Frank
Nichols, F H Walker, W B
Perrion, Cl.irk Waldorf, A B
Please call for advertised letters.
J. H. A. Marsh, Post-master.
The stock boom in San Francisco hat
collapsed. A great many broken ce
laaaog wita iL
R. H. Buunm-a.
w. e. utpio & m.
And New Prices.
Having made a change in our finu. we take this
method of informing oar old patrons and our uew
and the Publio Generally, that we shall
continue to koep as heretofore a full stock of
Of the Best Quality at the
Lowest Market Prices
&mm& We en not
I Tamil aWtSKfl aw .a Q WT
The Latest Sensation.
Is that George H. Curry is goinsj to give his customers during
the Holidays four genuine Oil i'aintings in handsome goldlealed
frames, all works of art and specie ly selected for this purpose.
The distribution will be iu lour different prizes, and every person
making a purchase of $2.00 and upwards from this date will be
given a chance to win these beautiful Paintings.
My Stock of Rich and Elegant Jewelry
of all descriptions and beautiful novelties in ladies' gold goods i
comp'ete, delighting the heart and pleasing the eye, and in
looking for our presents this season come and see me and I will
give you prices on 6ret-class goods that can't be lieat.
These Oil Paintings will be on exhibition 111 my store.
Always remember that in addition to the finest stock ot Jewelry
in Arizona I carry a lull line ot
Rifles, Shotfins.r Pistols and CWtridgee
and all sporting goods at the lowest prices. JSAgent fot. the
Royal St. John Isewing Machine.
KELLY & STEPHENS!
GOLDEN RULE STORE,
Of General Merchandise
CMiti stick if tlwFaiNS OrffiR Cassinn Clitiii(. Ilaiket
Un. 6itit. Pacific Ciast Flannsl Uaiirwiar,
aW! AH IXDLXBS TAtUSTT OF
BDCKINHAM HECTS UNRIVALED MANUFACTURE
Boots and Shoes,
ay a a aay aa aaii'.tiSait la " aTl
NORTHWEST CORNER PLAZA.
rii un mat
GURLEY STREET. OPP, SEW CLUB ROOMS,
WILL ALWAYS BE
mm m ran
G. JoHnSton, Proprietress,
Only hotel in Prescott where patrons can obtain meals withon
leaving the house.
Ill THE OEUCACIES OF THE SEASON SERVED.
Special attention Paid to Families-
eat Table Board, $7 Per Week. Finest Rooms ia Free
THE LEADING HOTEL OF PRESCOTT
The Only Hotel in Northern Arizona With
Hard Finished Rooms.
SITTING AND DINING ROOMS ARE THE LARGE S
AND BEST" APPOINTED IN PRESCOTT.
W. C. Bashtou).
and will not be (jNQERSOLD
tMl KOftl tVAfl 4 Vt O t 11A
BASHFOItD & GO.
S CTJ ETtT
Liquors and Cigars
SERVED TO PATHtiNS
WM. HEISLER, PROPRIETOR
In order to better accommodate onr customers, we have epesed
in connection with our California market, (at South Monte
zuma street,) the Boll's Head marker, North Monte
tuma street, next to the P. k O. Restaurant, near
the com r of Gurley Street, where we will
keep always on band rxr best assortment and qualitj of meats, which we will sell at
the following reduced prices for cash, to which the attention of the public
Bof by Ulndqnarter-
Hf Mr farMtitrt...
ttrcf join ,
avn nn riwi.
Blltff BMfltnv """"
Uft crti.na la-.der1i.ir ud portr
hanj tU.t. aa
Pacr rouii-l ud cack : k I in 10
Mct"n hr nrras or
Meats Delivered ia all parts if
TOM HIN EEE,
Proprietor Chinese and Japan,
ese Bazaar ks removed to
Brick Building on
West Bide 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
r i Da Hata, S, Ifaala ia as.
Board and Lodging ( k) $10
Board by the day $1
Large and Airy Rooms.
Saloon and Bakery Attached.
Fresh Bread Delivered to
any part of Tewn.
o. i m
Keeps a Full Supply of General
Merchandise which is
Being Eold at Bot
Men's Furnisuifig Goads, Hoots'
Shoes, Kits, Gaps, EtC
Also, a large, complete and fresh inpply
if choice staplft an J fancy groceries.
A FFED YARD
. pii.e'!f rr. 't. tt- fara all
tt f t'!--- Ht er.ii (Jri always
EGroda delivered free of
charge to all parts of the city.
Saloon & Lodging House
Cones Street, Opposite Oftce Row.
Wises, Liquors and cigati of a good
tjuaUty alwajs on hand. Neat aadclea
beHs. ell vnirilarmi room.
Stage Statin (m Ash Firk Rati)
ail Pliasin Resirt.
WlthlB a convenient dlitur. of Pi arc u. A
plaaaanl rtd. ovar a food road, I
Choice Wines, Lqnors, and
Cigars always on hand
BANK. OF ARIZONA
HKESCOTT, A, X.
giMUlaha, 1177. Tb Oldaat Bajtk lata.
W. X. BIAJUI.TS3fK
Sat- LKWIS. K. W. TH.H. HCOO KlOKAMB
B.M.acBWtaTKB, W . X. Uaxslttb.
Bteak fCaUretwia. St t
LaiClaw at ca.
QfNZrUI. BASXTNG BTJMXXSS TUlKfK
Draft and Telefrapblc ezertuf ei on tia
srioeipa! dUaa ei tk. Uallad suua bokt
Mutton abnnldsr aad einck eboaa
KoltOD prime -p 15
Motion ! H. IS
Lamb ribc aad loin ehou. as
Lamb iiioaiiW and legs.
run nr aiaeor quarter-
.17 to :
tfci City ail Fmi Whittii Ent if
G. 8. Hutchinon,
K EStXTT,AmiaO A.
rWriptio Clerk iaAt aasiaa Huf
si. im in siihiiB
One Chance of Can
Sai Fratcisci. lis Aietlts wi
St. Luis. Mt.
nH falaca Blmnat can ai an m rm Ban
4aCr, tatvean Sas trmdin, Calif ml a
Meadlea, tha lUaaOa and FactM aa Slaatai aa, BT
lf taa atehlaon. Toveta aad Saaaa W W SiHlail
an-asd thaauLoalaaBdaaaFraaalara BaMavtc
.t-Lwna. TUaUpaatttraljraMaalr nea taaavaa
uinTaancafwwuaocacaaBfla aa a.m mw wia
2n taara la onlj two ilnagwofaaea bataaaa aaafa
ci&c aad atlactleCoatta, walek ia at LM Vaga aA4
raiinnnatorgt. T nilniiii iliraama i Maa. iliiall
bur tadr 0:1m VTA. HAUSTKaD. Kamaa
sr. isva a sax nurssss Kasj, ta 'onatt
xlxrcacli Oarttoata." fiaaaa aaB
TlcJtrt ageat and gat tsS pareeslara.
(a-inuior ox. imui JtTW
our at Z3. a. m.
S. I.. MOKKILL. D- WaUlXT.
Oaa- Miaift, Saw. If lf
VLstJajXi. f-Tnh aW
J. V. MEADOU, Assarr.
DSee At "First Natianal Baak,
Wo a oiaccMHTtn wrm rx crrmwar or '
ripal ta exit ef Olao. aad iimtlaaana Maea at
termini potate WMt. Krllietaa4aii . aioSa
earr tra mucia imx m u&b in&acetttiaaaiai ays;
eUrectloa btweea the Ati&aUe aad r rifle.
TaaRorklilaadaixlale aa4 teraaefcee tarlaa, SM.
aaay ou univs. aamuv, nora. inai ii. mnnmm
aa Rxk DUs. ta.intaoist t&nitm, ataera,
Wati( faoTS. JI"CatrTeaa
Caiina aad Kamaa cbt, tm aujaemii un
aad AM'Mioa.ta Kaaaui Alaert Lea.
Thai firaat aTaaatk laTlaUU
ttaekUafbMTrewel. Ha artdaee are ei i lat j aa aiaa
auwaaaieal faataa a aa tim aaa
rateable- Me praeucsfeaenaeeife
ami eaa ataaa h. Hiwiuiwewyi
my at tat m iaa 1 1 afeaMdaaa
All Eiteeai Ti etaa jilm m Qjeagjaa'
Mlaaaralaea ruler aaA taeeaeaa Carjk
a.. II.W rtialr
TtM ramaua Alfeett Laa
eaeBaaadM.raL Orartala reata
Txalae rea CMisyn iMenoar rt
desteabTe nmte. via Siaeca aa4 SUafeakee. aCarai
rlor iadiKeneaai V neraere
ausapolia, tatajette ad Oearjt Stta
imimi. l.w;tO- Viane CJtT. J
Fasl aa4 biterawduta. Polaia. AM ilMl I afjeliiaa,
eraedatlT rudlM. ladCie aad CUtdera, rereM treat
i.i. . j - i -
m.m.cabu. r.ir.jwm. t.- noupot.
Mtaasiavk. ajnaanvav etataaa aA
Forwarding Bd CoHKii Niji
Ash Fork, L T.f
ror wotSubc panpla. aad 1
ca taDoataae.aad wowlll raall
yoafreo, a royal, valoabl. a rat
pie box or auoct tbat ill pa.
oa in th. way cf aaklnf mammon fna
rear dara than ma crer tnaacht no rlbl.
at any bosineu. Capital not nqntrad. TCum
eaa live at borne aad work la cpara tlaaa
only, or all tbe Die. All of both Mm, at all
acea, grandly nccefmr. aoeanU to S earliy
Arsad every erealns. That all -woo want
work may teat tlie bastnaai. we ofte Ih
unparalleled offbr: To aU who are not well
aatlaaed we wul aead SI to pay for tbe troable
owrltlnSB. 11 partlenlare direction at:.,
aiat fraa. Iinaitsa.tr pay abaclauly .are for
Il wfco -tart at ooca. Dan't delay. AHdieea
Tiaaaw Co - Pcrtiaa. Maine.
J. C OTIS,
BR AND KALSO
tMwaefltiefTteali iHlia ilaai wlaalaafrta.
baerhlalaaiaaa aad aaaaaa Catr-eaawl
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aad Walcpi. Barracka. 61 tnllmilaliT
froBl Praacott to PUtnlr tri.trakl
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tk Colorado, U mil
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, E. K. ROBIXSON,
Physician and Suxoitf.
Oftce on Mofitrccma street.
Oa doM :4,rtfa of Rcw & Co's
L. F. EGGERS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
ATTORKEY OF TAYA?AI
Ofice in Court House Preseatt.
C HSRMDON. J. UAWUM
HERN DON & HAWKINS,
ATTOAOKYS AND COUXSELOkS AT LAW
Special attention to conveyancing assti
omce worfc ot all t
Attorney Guskhal or .Ixizowa.
iiibzY ma V'Txszmzi at Law
"nil ii in nactof Arlsaaa,
J A. aatk. SUV. tYelif, fiamner Hawars
RUSH, WELLS Jt HOWARD.
Attorneys asd OoaoeRo at Law
fraat tt, Tavapal CocdIt. ArUosz. WtTI at.
taa4 sroatptlj to all bia!nes eotrtute4 as
tksai la tie courta of record in Uis territory
HENRY CLAY BURKE.
ATTBKIfZT A!f D COUS'SELOl AT LAW.
ItMelM In 11 . 1. - . Mm4,
Bd kaHratMvasScaa ttepartmeata la Wi
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Pfescctt, A. T.
WARKEjr E. DAY, M. D.
SCROZOX AND PHYSICIAN.
OSea and reaidence. Crt ho-jun aontb at
tl r!aaa,on the eat ud of 3Iontezoraa at-
paaalta Piaaear Loltl, IcacoU, Ariz.
larlak tn a. if. ,, ..mi. th.r T v. -
oramid thla popular plee and will kee tta
beat atockat jroodila northern Arizona, la.
WineSr Liquors Cigars
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Stockmen Take Notice
Rttrfciicf Tficrougred Bills
TWKJCTY POLLED ANGUS.
Fbo8to 14 atoxnis oli all rnra
colon and thoroughbred. Price,
from ISO tft.SI25 nerheaiL for farther
paaticularf apply to . IL Witherell, at
aua iwOToie Bprmg nacn,or aoaress mat
at P. O. box 10a. Preecott, Ariaons.