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UIIOKi WEEKLV J0URMiL4imEIL
J. C Maktim. Editor.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBERS, 16SC
An enterprising American cleaned up
over $26,000 in the City of Mexico sell
ing bogus Iitti concert tickets.
The president is, figuratively speak
ing, standing on his left ear again from
the effect of a speech made by Diitrict
Attorney Benton of Missouri.
Arizona's bullion output during 18S6
is the smallest for the past five years.
Her beef output is the greatest and the
agricultcral outlook has never been
The governors of New Hampshire and
Texas studiously refrained from acknowl
edging a Supreme Being in their Thank
giving proclamations. The ministers of
New Hampshire boycotted the Gover
nor's proclamation, and read that of the
General Mahonc declares that "when
every vote in Virginia can be honestly
counted, the state will show a republican
majority of 40,000." There can be no
doubt about the exact truth of this assur
ance. The south is kept solid by "fraud
A London cablegram says a European
war is now definitely looked for. Com
mencement of hostiliiies is expected in
February next at latest, if the weather
at that rime -hould permit of military
operations on the enormous scale nec
essary to carry out the plan of campaign
supposed to have been decided on
While the number of chemical ele
ments bad not reached seventy a de
cade ago, Prof. H. C Bolton has pre
pared a list naming over forty elemen
tary substances whose discovery has
been announced since 1877. No less
than nine of the supposed new elements
have been detected this year by
John Doane, of Wagon Wheel, Idaho,
died recr.tly, and his mother, a widow,
and his two unmarried sisters ect to
town to attend the funeral, and remain
ed to look after his property. They
were the only unmarried women in the
town, and before the flowers had wither
ed on John's grave the widow had been
married to the sheriffot the town, the
elder sister to the sheriff and the young
er to a prominent citizen. The three
weddings were held at the same time,
and all of the town attended.
The new two-cent pastage stamp which
is to be in circulation about the first of
January is to be one of the handscraest
designs ever issued by the postonice de
partment. Upon a blue-tinted back
ground will rest an enbossed head of
Georse Washington. For a permanent
and popular design the face of the illus
trious George has never been surpassed.
The kindly features of Lydia Tinkham
bare many devoted admirers, buf'thc
benignant countenance of our nation's
father is, as he was himself, "first in the
hearts of his country." Ex.
Most dream representations, accord
ing to the investigations of Wundt,
emanate from actual, though weak, im
pression on the nerves during sleep.
Thus, an inconveniint position excites
visions cf laborious or painful experi
ences, difficult respiration produces the
agony ot nightmare, flying is suggested
by the rymthmic movements of breath
ing, nudity by a fall of clothes from the
bed, crawling things by skin irritations,
etc The reproduction of past memo
ries is associitcd with events vhich have
left a profound mental impression. Ex.
With the completion of the railroad
to Prescott, an organized effort should
ba made on the patt of our citizens to
secure the diversion of at least a por
tion of the California bound eastern
winter visitors. I: is estimated that not
less than 40,000 eastern people will
visit California to spend the winter.
While the frnperature of Prcscctt is not
SO mild as portions of Calilornii, it is,
if anything, more healthful and is not as
severe the rig-jr jus climate of the
un" in aliunde of ;6oo feet, the
air is pure and dry.tht reentry car.net be
surpassed and it is in every respect a de
sirable place for t;ie health or pleasure
seeker. Notwithstanain the fact that the
government has about $25. or tI,e
purchase of cavalry horses in this terri
tory and is anxious to give preference
for their purchase here, the board ap
pointed to inspect and purchase horses
finds it difficult to secure them. They
vere in session two or three days at
Whipple and only succeeded in pur
chasing two horses From here they
went to Flagstaff, in this county, and
met with better success, having pur
chased eleven horses. The failure to
purchase, certainly does not arise from
the tact that the horses arc not in the
countryt as we have assurances tha1
there are plenty of horses which will
stand the test of an army Iward. But
hore raisers do not seem to take in
terest enough to bring such" horses in as
will raett the requirement of the cav
alry service. Aw-or.a U a horse and
rattle rai.ing cour.try and if the govern
ment can s jeeeed 1:1 finding a supply
of horses here for service in tW ' South
west, it will in future look to it, and
horse raisers can always depend on
finding a good market 211 the army.
From the exn;iitr.ce, however, of offi
cers it loDks as if the government will
give up m despair and look elsewhere
for cavehy horses.
The president's message is to hand
and is very volumnious. In his reference
to our foreign affairs he speaks very sym
pathetically of the "cruel treatment
of Chinese" in thiscouutry, "in some of
the far western states and territeries," at
tributing it to "race prejudice." Mr.
Cleveland evidently does not under
stand the Chinese problem, else he
would not make such an assertion.
" "Race prejudice" is a very small factor
of the evils he complains of, the whole
question being one of cheap serf labor.
Coniiderable prominence is given to
the Cutting case and in the language of
the San Francisco Chronicle, "Mr.Cleve
land'reiterates the blunders of Mr. Bay
ard's diplomatic papers by failing to dis
tinguish between the mere act of publi
cation of a libel and its circulation after
it is printed. It was not for its publica
tion in Texas that Mr. Cutting was
prosecuted, but for its circulation in
Mexico, and it was on the strength of
this fact that the government of Diaz
caused Secretary Bayard to back down
and swallow his own declarations."
It will be of special interest to the citi
zens in the remote and sparsely settled
sections of the western states and terri
tories whese mail, service has been ma
terially cut down and in some instances
abandoned entirely by the democratic
adrainistration,.to learn from the mes
sage that "at the close of the last fiscal
year the expense of transportation on star
routes stood to an annual rate of cost
less by over $560,000 than at the close
of the previous year." Half a million
dollars saving, in expense, to a great
government like the United States, will
strike the intelligent miner and prospector
or resident of a mining camp, who has
left family and friends in the east,
while he assists in developing the re
sources of the frontier country and who
is deprived of all except periodical com
munication with them, on the score of
democratic economy, as being some
thing very small to boast of. It will
also be gratifying to the above class to
learn that while the government has
saved $560,000 by cuitailing their pos
tal facilities the residents ot the more
populous centers, have had their mall
facilities "correspondingly increased by
the expansion of the carrier delivery
conveniences and addition to the rail
road mail facilities."
Another feature cf his message which
will be appreciated as greatly as the
above on the postal question, in the sil
ver producing section of the great west,is
the renewal of his recomuendation of
last year against the continued coinage
of silver. In this connection we are
happy to note, that our contemporary,
while swallowing and endorsing last
yecr this recommendation, without a
protest ol criticism, it very evasively this
year admits that "most of its friends do
not agree with him." While "most of
his f riends do not agree with him," how
ever, there is nothing to indicate how it
stands on the question itself.
While practicing largely the time
honored tcntts of the democratic party,
that "to the victors belong the spoils,"
and making removals en partisan
grounds solely, he has the following to
say in regard to civil service reform:
"The civil service reform may be im
perfect in some of its details; it may be
misunderstood and opposed; it may not
always be faithfully applied; charges may
sometimes miscarry through mistakes;
it may sometimes tremble under the af
saults cf its enemifs or languish under
the misguided zeal or impracticable
friends; but if the people of this country
ever submit to the banishment
of its underlying principles
from the operation of their govern
ment, they will abandon the surest guar
anty of the safety and success of Ameri
can institutions. I invokeforthis reform
the cheerful and ungrudging support of
.this congress. I renew my recommen
dations made last year that commission
ers be made equal to the other officers
of the government, having like duties
and responsibilities, and I hope that such
reasonable appropriations may be made
as will enable them to increase the use
fulness of the cause they have charge- af."
A Model Proclamation.
Of all the Thanksgiving proclamations
issued by the executives of the different
ststes and territories, and copies of
which have been received at the state
dcpaitment at Washington, that of Chief
Bushyhead, cf the Cherokee Indian Na
tion, is considered the most unique and
original. It reads as follows:
"Executive Department, Cherokee
Nation, I. T.
To the Cherokee People:
Let us again publicly confess and
commemorate the good of the Great
Spirit, by devoting one day in this year
to thanksgiving in unison. It is a good
custom, and should impress upon our
minds a truth that every one ought to
realize more and more and more, as the
days and hours succeed each other in
our shoit lives. That truth is, that
everjthing we have comes from God;
and that everything is good and will be
profitable to us, even as we regard and
treat it, for the due observance of our
duty to our common Father, and our
Therefore, I, W. D. Bushyhead,
principal chief of the Cherokee Nation,
do now appoint Thursday, the 25th
day of November, 18S6, as a day of
thanksgiving and praise throughout this
nation, and recommend to all Chero
kees to "keep" the said anniversary
soberly, gladly, lovingly, as befits a reas
onable and Christian people ss to do.
Should there be poor or unfortunate in
any neighborhood forget and neglect
them not. Our system of society and
government will not allow of excessive
and individual wealth, nor of its sure
attendant excessive poverty for
which kt us pive special thanks, and
hold fist to that which is good. But
what is called accident or misfortune
will ever present oppoitunitie to the
generous and vigilant ia well doing to
do acts of benevolence. May the next
Thanksgiving day find us, as a nation,
and as individuals, mure virtuous,
prosperous and happy for having kept
this one. In witness whereof, I have
hereunto sit my hand and afced the
seal ot the Cherokee Nation, on the 1 atb
day of November, A. D. 1&S6.
SEAL D. W. BUSMYHKD
Later and Industrial Maws.
There were 1,500 strikes in New Votk
An effort is to be made to establish
labor bureau in Georgia.
A union of all the printing intctetU
New York it probable.
The police- estimate that there is ao
000 professional criminals in that cky.
A co-operative underwear establish
ment is to be suited in Rich -nan d.
The Trenton Knights of Labor have
declared war against the Star rubber
The Minneapolis Knights will soon
have a new hall which will be a credit
ta the order.
The Solidarity Watch Case company,
with fifty-one members, ii a successful
The Chicago co-operative packing
and provision company, will shortly trt
into business with a capital of $100,000.
The Faustus club of Brooklyn prin
ters contemplate erecting .a fine club
house somewhere near the center of the
The Girls' local assembly, 7,707, are
about establishing a co-operative cloth
ing manufactuung company in New
Sauthera planters are combining in
an effort to crush out the attempt of the
tfniht of Labor to organise field
The Knights of Labor of St. Louis
are boycotting all the brewery establish
ments because of the formatien af a
Up to November 1st 3,704 new build
ings were erectwi in New York at a cost
of $43,000,000, an increase of $13,000,
000 over the same time last year.
Typographical Union, No. 6, has
1.500 members; Pressman's union, No.
9, hts 900; the Franklin association has
400, the stereotypers, 350; the book
binders, 3,675; the phcto-engravers,
Dhtrict assembly, No. 14, cf Chicago,
composed of 125 local assemblies, with
an aggregate membership of a 5,000,
have passed a stt of resolutions to use
all honorable means to prevent the exe
cution of the sentence against the an
The 18,000 car drivers in New Yurk
and Brooklyn gained a strike at a cost of
$100,000, which has added $2,000,000
to their annual pay roll, and which has
lessened the hours of labor twenty-three
hours per week, besides creating em
ployment for 3,000 men.
News Notes and Commenta.
Kansas stands st the head in the miles
of wilroad built this year, and Dakota is
close second .
A member ot the Georgia legislature
hts introduced a bill providing that no
person will charge a profit of over 15
per cent on the cost price of the neces
saries of lite.
The signal service officers in Minne
sota aod Dakota report that the weather
during November averaged colder than
that of any preceding November for
Richard Gunther, who was elected to
congress in General Braggs' district in
Wiscomtn, is a native of Germany.
Fifteen years ago be landed at Castle
Garden with $24 in his pocket.
In Georgia, where the prohibition law
is in force, twenty new distilleries went
stilted last year. If the folks down
ihcre have really quit drinking whisky
it is because they are too busy making it.
It if said that Washington will soon
furnish a divorce scandal suit that will
equal that of the "luds and juks" of old
England. A prominent member of the
administration i disagreeably connected
with the affrir.
Ruled by the South.
As a rule the democrats adhere strict
ly to precedent in promotion 10 place in
congres. If thi rule is adhered to by
Speaker Carlisle, and under the circum
stances it is to be expected that he will
do so, the next session of congress "will
see the south in the saddle" to an even
greater extent than it was before the
It is the general custom of congress
whenever a chairman of a committee
dies or leaves congress to promote the
members of the committee af the same
party who has served next longest in
time. Following out this custom the
chairmanship of the thirty-five leading
committees will fall as follows. Seyen
to Georgia, five to Alabama, five to Mis
souri, three to Texas, three to Arkansas,
two to Illinois, two to Pennsylvania, two
to South Carolina and one each to Louis
iona, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and Vir
ginia. The chairman of committees practi
cally have the shaping of all legislation.
At the next session of congress Georgia,
Alabama, Missouri, Texas and Arkan
sas have the majority of the committees.
New York has no chairman at all; neith
er has New Jersey nor any of the great
northwestern states. Truly, it looks as
if the country would again be ruled by
the south. Phiadelphia News.
C. S. Hutchinson, of the corner drag
store, received a lot of new goods to-day.
A PLAIN BUSINESS TALK.
A prominent merchant of Prescott, on
being informed a few days since, by a
gentleman, who is in a position to know
that for the last few months several hun
dred dollars per day had been sent from
Prescott for dry goods to California and
the eastern states, cemplained of the
injustice of the government sending
goods 3,000 miles as cheap as they did
three. He also spoke of the import
ance of patronizing home merchants as
the proper thing to build np a town.
We fully and heartily agree with the
sentiment expressed, but at the same
time would call the attention of this
same merchant to the tact that he is
getting his printing done b the east and
that the government sends it through
the mail for him st just the same price
that is charged for sending it a shorter
distance. Prescott has two daily and
one weekly paper and three well-ap-painted
joe offices. These offices dis
tribute annually in Prescott not less than
$20,000 to $25,000, a large part of
which is rcciivcd from subscribers and
from other sources abroad. The money
is all spent and put in circulation here,
and yet there are business men who send
abroad for all their printing, who save
probably front $ao to $15 per year
The Joubkal-Mikks, and we believe
the other papers do as well, purchas
all its supplies in Prescott that can I
procured here. It believes in patroniz
ing heme imt-tationi and should mer
chants and all others do the same thing
our tewn would be mare prosperous.
With railroad communication and
cheaper transportation our merchants
should be able to sell goods, so that this
enormous sum would not be sent off
evrrv month. The newspapers, which
are working for the prosperity of t
town and country, should be patronized
and enrourazed. It all our citizens
would units in patronizing home institu
tions entirely the community would be
ore prosperous snd the small pittance
saved bv sending- abroad for arti.-les
would be more than returned to each
individual during the year.
Chrlatmaa In Sang and Story.
Christmas stories, merry jingles, and
bright holiday articles vie with each
other in the December Brooklyn Mag
azine, which takes on a special and ha nd
some Christmas cover for this it-sue.
One scarcely knows what bright piece
of song or story to read first, so varied
and full is the table of contents offered
Mrs. Harriet Prescott Spofford opens the
feast with a spirited and delightful de
scription of "Christmas in New England"
during the time of the Puritans and
now. Following this comes one of those
exquisite bits of verse to which Miss
Edith M. Thomas's talents are eo well
adapted, entitled "Northern Heart in
Southern Clime." A most interesting
article is contributed by William Perry
Browne descriptive of "A Christmas in
the Tennessee mountains." A new
writer, Edward Irving, tells a powerful
and short story, "Which Was It!" Dr.
Talmage has a brief and characteristic
article on "Christmas Belli," and Flor
ence L. Snow and Sophie L. Schcnck
have each a Christmas story. Beesie
Chandler, Lee C. Harby, George Birds-
eye Thomas S. Collier add each a Christ
mas poem, while Mr. William H. Ride-
ing closes his series of gossipy papers on
"The Boyal Navy of Great Britain."
Flora Adams Carting continues her ab
sorbing novelette of "A Social Diplo
mat," and Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher
goes into a retrospective mood in "After
Thoughts of My Visit Abroad." Then
coma articles on "Neatness in Dress at
Home," "Christmas Charity," "Seven
Ways of Marrying," "The Closing of the
Year," and in addition to all there is
given eight sermons by Mr. Beecher
and Dr. Talmage as specially revised by
themaelves for this publication. Our
readers would do well to bear the Brook
lyn in mind when making up their mag-
asine list for the new year, especially as
it costs only $2 per year. No. 7 Murray
street, New York.
A Postal System Failure.
The special letter delivery system in
augurated by the present federal admin
istration has proved a grand failure. It
first went into effect in October, 1885,
in all cities having a population of 4,000
or more. The experiment for the first
year demonstrated its failure as limited
to this class of cities. In October, 18S6,
it wss extended to all pottcffices. Since
going into effect, now nearly three
months ago in Prescott there has been
six such letters received' at the postoffice
here representing a revenue to the gov
ernment abovo tho regular two-cent
postage required the princely sum of
fogty-eight cents. One of these letters
was addressed to a gentleman here only
temporary, and the requirements of the
system calling for its immediate delivery
Postmaster Marsh stowed it away care
fully in bis pocket and started out in
search of tha gcatleman. He traveled
the streets for three or four hours in a
vain search after his man, who in the
meantime had called at tho postoffice
three or four times, being informed on
the first visit he made of the arrival of
the letter. Mr. Marsh, however, finally
found him and delivered the missive to
him. Had tho letter been sent aa an
ordinary letter it would have reached
him within half an hour or less, whereas
as it was it took three or four hours.
The law provides for letters of this kind
being delivered within one mile of the
postoffice and allows eight cents for the
delivery. To hire a messenger here to
deliver one at the limit of a mile would
cost not less than twenty-five cents and
probably fifty cents. In cities where
mail ia dslivered by carriers there eanbe
but little saving of time in the delivery
of such letters so that, taking it all in
all, the system is a failure.
Against tho Railroad.
The jury in the suit of H. A. Tweed
against tha Southern Pacific railroad
company returned a verdict last evening
in favor of the plaintiff for the-aum of
$600. The suit was brought to recover
damages ia the sum of $5,000, and the
causa of actio was about as follows: '
Sometime since Mr. Tweed was at Mar
icopa, en routs to his home in Tomb
stone. A washout had occurred and the
regular passenger train was delayed
thereby. Mr Tweed had secured a
first class ticket, and having Important
business in Cochise waa desirous ol
traveling on a 1 pec Lai train, consisting
of engine" and 'caboose which was to
leave Maricopa for Tucson. The agent
at Maricopa telegraphed to Tucson for
necessary permits, and the reply as
given by the Maricopa agent was that
the plaintiff in the suit could not ride.
This, it is claimed, was a mistake in tel
egraphing. Howbeit, Mr. Tweed was
under the necessity of 'securing a team
and buggy and traveling to Tucson.
The expense thus incurred was in tha
neighborhood of $100, and besides this
Mr. Tweed took a cold which resulted in
a severe illness. Gazette
A false alarm of fire was sounded at
2 :30 this afternoon by the consent af
the chief of the fire department for the
purtttse of getting the department out.
The supposed scene of the fire was in
the vicinity of the Arizona brewery.
The fire boys responded promptly, the
Dude securing the first stream. After
extinguishing the imaginary fire the
hose wasreeled andthe companies depart
ed for their headquarters, before reaching
which, however, an alarm -was sounded
tor a fire which had broken out in the
assav office of F. A. Tritle, Jr., and which
threatened so be serious, on account of
the lnfhramable nature ef the building
and those adjacent Another vktary
was scored by the Dudes by Retting the
first stream oa the flames which were
quickly subdued, but not nnut the entire
office was a wreck.
In rtrMRjndinn to the first alarm, J. If.
Kt?tuv, in assisting the Tough hose
cump-iny, met with an accident try which
he sustained the fracture of M left nrm.
Tha Mineral Bolt Road.
Col. J. W. Eddy, of the Mineral Belt
railroad company, with Chief Engineer
Jackson and a force of eight assistant
engineers, arrived on the train last even
ing from the east. General A. A. Mc
Donald, vice president of the road, was
already in town.
Work will be at once commenced to
build the railroad from this point.
Scrapers and materials for grading are
now on the road and as soon' as the im
plements are on the ground a force of
men will be put to work .to grade the
After long delays the construction of
this important enterprise will ba prac
tically commenced. It is bow a sure
thing and Flagstaff will be boomiag.
Mining I tame.
Bigelow & Park, W. A. Bowed: Bra,
and Dan Hatz have shipped abou
twenty tons of ore recently from mines
in the vicinity of Slate creek and the
head of the Haseayampa.
The Lynx creek hydraulic mines will
be placed in first class order for working
as soon as a supply of water can be ob
W. A. Bowe and brother are busy
taking out ore from tho Davis mine.
Next year promises to be one of the
most prosperous for mining in the his
tory of this county.
More interest tlian usual is being tak
en in assessment work this year. Own
era of claims prize them more highly
and are not willing to take any risk" of
having them "jumped."
Another rich find in Lynx is reported.
The parties locating the claim, which
was done- several months ago, have said
but litto about it, but have taken out a
lot of rich ore.
Placer miners nave washed and
brought to town large quantities of gold
since the storm.
This powder nrver Trlr. K rsarva ot
purity, itrencili and wliufesomrae-i. Mors
econoraicaifiokn iue orainsrr uioi ua caa
not be sold In tomoetltlon wlth'the ataltltnd
Below-teit ibr-ri eight, slam or Phosphate
rowaers. aoiaonir is cast. Kojai assist;
Powder Uo. 1 ( Wall street. Hew lorlc
c Shi It mCatawhh
Olret rsllrt at onceSNSJCLT f.
COLD in the HEAD
or Powder, Free
from i nj u t i o u s
drugs an nstve
A nrt!I it innlUri lnln rh nnatrll and
li sgresable. Price 50 cents st Draarftta;
by raall registered, 60 ecnts. Circulars ires.
Ski oauo., uruRjjiiu, uwego, a. 1.
The Jrystery Explained.
FREEfv DR. LIEBIG'S
Q aide to Health and Explan.
atorr Diagnottieian seat
(sealed) tree. Slris tha
aecret why thousands cannot
be cared of nrrrona debility,
umlnal weiknetl. chronic
and prlTate diseasei, lot of manhood. pre
mature decay, unnatural dxln from the
Titen. and all eomnlalnta retailing from
jouthfuKolly, abue and excess of maturity,
or umuj ireaiea cca oi i-.4
Send for LIEBIO'S DISPENSARY for diseases
of men, OJ Geary atreet, prlrate entrance 49
Kuoi street, nan rranciaco, ism.
The fallowing is a list of the names of
the grand jurors for the tens of court
which opened to-day :
George Miller J H Hudson
George Mcrritt Henry SpauldlBf
John Davis J G Campbell
Thomas Humphrey John Masters
Robert Blair Charles Bieoop
George Brows D Levy
J C Crane
T C Bray
W J Olfsfll
J J Guna
H B Crouch
In conversation with T. 8. Bnlloek,
general manager of the Prescott 4 Ari
zona, . Central railroad, to-day, he in
formed the JouaaairMmz rasa that be
expected to have the railroad completed
to Prescott by the 20th instant, if he ex
perienced no delays from storms or for
waatof material being forwarded. It
is his intention to give an exeuntoai
over the road aa soon aa completed, to
the people of Prescott. The date of tha
excursion, of course, cannot be fixed
yet, but if the road is completed aa ex
pected, it will be given on Christmas
day. Should delays oocur from say rsa
eon k will be postponed until New
Year's day. The price charged for tha
round trip will only be nominal, aay
fsasaw I Visa, Qraas, "r asmesaa
Tkis Space is reserred fsr
adTerriseMeatof J.W. Wil
son s clstatien nd
men's faraishiiig gsds.
removed into the Basktsrd
Bank Of Prescott
first National Bank
T. J. Butler, J. F. Meador
A general haniting business done
Ilia ntodirf 5a1ff "ft"-"!
nwoaa nut anUraly aw ateat tahSv
.2KKmw rrrraaaalai aaUabaar?
most rarccT made
CIP1TU PRIZE, $150,000,
Hr du ocrebv ecruf? that we aapsrvlaa
ta arraucvmeaU for all the afaalfclv ad
asarMilr Drawl bx of tas Loalataas
guts JxrtUry Comasjaa la afrwaa n sa
aBal oonlrol Ua OtswIhs l&faaMlTas
nd that tb aasas are eon lasiwd with aoa
fatness, aad la tesd faJlh towarS all par,
tiM. sad wa asthenia the Ooapar to mm
ihUwartlSeaX. wlUi XaoiaallM of oarstaaa.
Wsiaa aadsrslgaew Bsaks aaT hashers
wUlwsUPHsss drswa si IswIsusUaa
BtaULoturias which ata) h stwasataa a
Pres. Louisiana Nadoaal Beak.
j. sr. wuMJumm. , ,
Pres. State Natiossl Bank.
Pres. New Orleans National Sank
Pit f half i Hill tttriiMrtii
Uh .Uj tttty taw,
lnenrporaiad In ISM far Si rwajw ay 10
txftiiuur for daeailoaal ana Caaruaola
parpaaaa with aesalial ofMaMS-to wtuea
araCTolaa ax avr aefc has alaso baav
HiunnrvaalwlDa oowalar veto lis fraa
coiiatltaUoa aJsalaS Otwaaahar B. A. I
The obIj Lottery cvar vtsat
SB4artod by aor Htate.
IS arar Scalriar SNat
111 t&k nil
plaeo aaonltly aaS tha awaai
awlnga lawalar y vsrj ala aaaiaa
nor a in ha f).
a SHXNDtO OrPoKTUXXTT TO WIN A
rORTUMX. riUT GRAND DBAWINO.
Cu as a, us is Acaassnr oa Mease. Saw.
Oauaxa, icssaar. Jaxcabt ii, last MSai
CAPITAL PRIZE $IMJ0Q.
Satlee Tteate are lea SteuaraOaljr.
aiw awSS; Wiaa.SltTnua,s1.
lbr os raism.
I CAPITAL PH1ZZ
1 GRAND P1C1ZE OF
t KKD PIUZK UP
S LA.HOE I'KIZKM Of
a L.AKQK friz ica or
sS pkizkm or
as-raw oatano psxaaa.
tas appiuxiEBatioa ansa nfissa , . sa.aaa
us do do aw 11 1 a .est
us do d Ms Mass
X17S Prlaaa. aioouBiuta u
.application rur rates u araea ouma oa
mad only to tho oSSea ot lha Cempw) la
for furtbar inform atloa wrto elaarly. iv-at-rnllBiUraaa.
I ajarTAI. aSTTaW. Eapraaa
Sonay ordara. or Now Tor axoHas U
rdlaarr f altar. Curr-nay by Xaprasa
(a oar Xpat! iddraaaaU.
at. a. avacrxiM.
aw aa. a. aiAVrataa.
Mali p. 0. Motif Ofirs ptwtirt
tti iMriss litgisttrasl Uifstsli
atLSjaMa atjaXMMAsa ava arm
PFMirVRETe Tbal taa frNM af
aXtmamOBK ooral Baaarasard
and Early, wboaro In chart af tha drawtnse,
laatoarontra ot abtolmcrairoaasaad tnts
1 It j, taai tha e'inoa ar all equal, aad tbat
no on can osslbtr dlvlaa wbas aaaihara
will draw a prise. All p.rtlas tnarafora ad
varUslng to euarnaUa prlaeala lata Lot'ary
or Holding ont any other laaawMlhio ladacav
aaeate.er awlndlara. and only alaa ta !
cal?o aau dafraos tha naaar.
ARIZONA STAGE GO
Carrying U. S. Mail and W,F
as Co's. Express
PRESOUTl amx MABI00PA
st salty as.
auvsva at rrmtx ai
Arrlvw at Marina
taa at , , Siss r.
ft. r. B. R. tralas East
atawet for the Marts.
Laavwa Maricopa oa arrlral as TraJaa
frosts West at .TlleJLM
AVrrtva as raealx daily at SUA. II
Arrtvw aa rre sta aaUjr as SilS r.
'la Wlehaabarc ana
Lear Prescott, Monday, Thartdata at 3 pm.
atrlre at Phcaix Wedneadar aad aaiarday at
DkB. mUIBf COBOCCUOB WJIB SU(IOr
Kataraiar, leav Pbealz Monday aad Taars-
aaj ai aao p. Jt
Arrive at Preacott Wsaaasda; sad aaaarday
a a. m .
Prescott and the A. t P.
Uan rtcaeotl daily a .. , Si A. M
arrive ai Aab Fork at 7'JB p at
3oan ctias with iha ASP trains Kent at
tsava .b Turk apoa arrival of txataa
Arrive ai l'r- oti
BANK OF PRESCOTT,
. aiawari. Saps. J. F. Meases
act. m n 1 ui
ll.atrarajr sttrwat. Maa aTSwaetaaa. Os.
Kervoms Debility. Seminal Waakataa. rx-
h.nated v ta itr, Speraiatorrhaea, Last Man.
hooH. IssDotcncr. Paralrais. Proatatsrrhoea
aad ail the terrible eSTecta of acir-abaac, aad
noctatsAl e alula as, arersloa to eoeiety, diss
neaa of vtsloa, solae is taa haad, the vital
laid paalnar nnooervtd in the urine, and
ataav other dUeaaes that lead to iaaaalty and
SaaTer'ne from say of the above ayaantosB.
should conault ua at once. The drs-a caa be
topped, vitality rretored, and Ufa be aaads a
plssare iuateid of a burden.
laerc are mtaj
att0LAt ASiKav an
who are troublnt with too frequent evaraa.
Uoo of the bladder, often accompanied bra
alirht ttnanlna: or bornie kensatlon, and a
Wrakenlnic of It ', arttem in a raacner thy
caan-1 account tor. kopr sediment in tha
arine. etc. Many die or Ula diaTicnJty irsor
ant of the cause, which is tha aecoad atsfe at
Ccaaa Ocaaxtbd At.r. sees Casrs
Thouroash txamlnaUos aad advice, lnclad.
isrchemllalaaalysla sad mlcrotcopic exaaa
laatlra of the urine, tS. As honest oplaloa
rivea is every ease. The followlac Healeiasa
eapplied at the prices nasaed:
sat Aava-LY capspam VITAX BSE-
SrTSmsvlVK.SlaboMlr.or fonrtlnaaS LSwa
svsara.it svrriiaT rstu
Sent to any one apply mt by letter. atat'JBt
eyBaptoanl. acs aad a(e, Btrlet aeeraay la re
tard to all boalaee tranaalaaa.
Tb celebrated aUSaajr Stranealr, aatrST
srTICl'aVorali ainda of KMasy aaa BlaaV
der romplalata, toaorrheoa, siaet. lea ear
tle, or S bOttlCS SS
raMa,m ror aaia oy ait owmrists; si a bot
a Eatltsn BaaallM. Uyer aad avra.
ala nit la tba beat In the market Var
ba all drnniau: Brlea aa eania a hotila
aaorna avnsiian aaaiani iitapeneary.
Xa 11 Kearny Street, Baa Piaaelaao Cal
au.wa 1 1 asaaa
'iwa .1 , a.sss
Quiet and Comfortable Home to Patrons.
KMoOBU well vestilatesl tah! annolIM with the-heat rfic mirVrt afferd
Keading roosa, with billiard and cheat tables for gent!exnn. Parlor, with Piano,
for ladies. MRS. E. STAHL. Manaser.
BOARD, per week $7 j
. jto uquoas SOLP.J
J BTT Xj iL St.
Twill sell at rjublic anitirm n k
highest bidder, at the ranch of E. &
vviuereu, atuoyete bpnngs, is atata
northeast of Prescott, on
Vfadnesday, Dec. 22d,
at 12 o'clock, nose,
Fifty Tkorsagksred Btllf,
TWtNTY POLLED ANOU&
All good colors, recently irapsflsi
Jia A. . -aaaaaa.
win dc fiven on pea aataond
witn interest at to per rear.
JvL. PISHEB, Aactieneer.
SliMs fSa SS
II was sseasaeha.
awwuy i-uiau wy aar.
MssateZHaaa street, west side of PUaa.
Tables aappllad wib
ALL THE DELICACIES
that the Bbarket aibrds.
ProfBpt attention given to all kiads st
Game in season.
Frtsfe Uysttfs, Hsk. IKtct Pits,
Cake aad Chocolate always so haad.
Seard per week. $7 at
Single Meals.. 5 oca
Formerly the Arizoaa Brnirsrr
Saloon, Gurley Street
The best Wises, Liquors and Cigars is
the Burket always oa hand.
oh DKaCGrrr or bt thx sottl
SINGLE MEALS 50 Cta,
tLTTSSt&Er' Lr' s.
siShoTwaawjaSiTTasa thaaasria. Oaaaama
aad avVrwaaflS Ml a aw,
ni I by Yawtaral rat.
Ilea an lVraleiaaa SwH.
tarr aractleaa are apasair
aad pn laancatlr cured by 00
arsebwasa, BooapeaMasa. eta, as
lgrStSSss m rnucraU
branted wader narasMes a ear, aaak
aaattortaaeaa&tnaaraaa, Aaaraw Wests
OMsawaaywMrsr. JlssocsassaiB tarsals
Maaway arns eta s "-j-,,