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PKIDAY, MARCH 17, 18S2.
Subscription, $5,00 per Year
Local intelligence.
SATURDAY.
To-iuorrow is the sabbath.
Looks like another storm.
The mining boom has commenced.
The Prescott games have lost heavily.
Don't forget to attend church to-morrow
evening.
The store of G. H. Curry has received
a new coat of paint.
Several harmless drunks on the streets
this p. Ji
N. MtCafferty came in on the "Wick
enburg stage to-day.
Adolph Bruch departed for the R. K. to
day on official business.
A handsome pair of shirt studs were won
at a raffle last erenmg by Jake Jiarks.
Mr. J. A. Filmore has been appointed
General Superintendent of the Central if
cific Railroad.
Miss Dessie Grande, having been delayed
by relentless tooth-ache, departs for Chino
valley to-morrow.
The morning sbject at the Baptist
church to-morrow is "Almost," and the
evening The "Irreligious.
Senator Miller's anti-Chinees bill pass
ed the Senate yesterday. Pull particulars
in the dispatches rf this paper:
Mr. Peyton, from Simms,' and Mr. Mc
Cord, from McConnick's. camps, and quite
annmberof others from the line of the A.
& P. Railroad, are in to'vn to-day.
The assignees of the firm of Buckman &
Ochoa report all Arizona debts paid in full,
aud all others settled for 50 cents on the
dollar. The firm will resume business.
G. "YV. Ingalls, agent of the A. fc P.
road at this city, is kept busy attending
to business of the company, and we hope
soon to annouce the deparaure of the
stages between Prescott, and the near
est point on the road to the east.
blaster Everett Ellis, whose severe ill
ness we havo before referred to is we learn
some better, and hopes are strong for his
early recovery. His younger brother,
Herbert, is now reported to be quite sick
Nothing has yet been received either in
the press dispatches or San Frantisco papers
about tne recent mail lettings. If they were
published in Washington on the 4th, East
ern news gathers for western papers are
much behind with the news.
Thomas B. IF. Stenhouso, the resident
correspondent oflheXew York Herald,
died in this city yesterday, and will be
buried to-morrow from Bed Men's Hll.
He was a Scotchman, about 57 years of
age and a protege of the elder Bennett
Yor ten or twelve years lie was prominent
in Utah as a Mormon bishop, Postmaster
of Salt Lake and editor of tho Telegraph
of that city. During all of those years
he acted as a correspondent of the Herald,
and in 1875 removed to San Francisco,
where he has since continued to reside
journal He leaves a wife and. ?V large
family of children. S. F. Chronicle.
Don't forget the reception to Gov. Tritle
at the courthouse at 7.0 this orening-
There will be a general turnout ot people
of all ages
and sexes. The Governor
i not in rbust health, but is able to be
out, and will be glad to meet and make the
acquaintance of as manv f our people
as possible. The 12th Infantry Band
will make music and Hon. C. C. Bean will
deliver an address of welcome. The Gover
nor will have a few words to say in response
and other speakers will, no doubt, talk to
the multitude, but the future of the evening
is intended to be sociability, in the way of
conversation, introductions, hand shaking,
etc. The ladies are specially it.vited to be
present and give the new Governor a "fair
hake."
MONDAY.
To-day is cloudy.
Yesterday was very pleasant
Several freight teams c.ime in to-day,
Ike court calendar of Pima is extensive.
Mefford's team departed for Maricopa to
day.
Johnny Behan has gone to San Fran
cisco.
Mr. Van Houtem, of Clear Creek, is in
town.
The man at Mineral Park is setting
phunny.
Prescott churches were well attended
ast night
Hon. Murat Masterson is back from his
Cherry Creek trip.
A great deal of corn is coming to our city
from Peeples alley.
Rich "old float has been discovered west
of Iron Spring station.
Roads iaadintf to and mmi 1'rescott are
now in good condition.
Jerry Sullivan is in the city from hi)
farm in Williamson Valley.
Rider "X train is employed hauling Iiay
from Kirkhiiid Valley to Prescott
Ilerzo!; is improving his store and laying
in a large supply of fresh goods.
J. J. Fisher, R. R. contractor, has
arrived in our city from the East.
What has become of the terrible Cow
boy element in Southern Arizona.
Our townspeople should not forget the
Concert to come off to-morrow evening.
Judge Franklin, we hear, has been di
vorced from his wife. Didn't know he was
married.
William Black, who lias been visiting
friends on the Agua Fria, returned this
morning.
Farmers in Skull, Kirkland and other
Valleys soutli are very busy plowing and
planting seeds.
Some of Prescott' young men spend their
Sunday's in prospecting the piaciers of
Granite Creek.
The Mejia mine, formerly the ''Big
Hebel," near Walnut Grove, is producing
first-class cold ore.
A station on the S. P. R. P., between
Casa Grande and Tucson, has been named
ilcCormick, in honor of R. C.
Ceonre S. Porter is doiii" a. sood busi
ness in the furniture line, keciiins several
workmen busy attending to orders. I
Hon. G. H. Oury will j.lease accept our
thanki for Congressional' Records, tvhich he
jpromisvd to send us, but failed in so doing,
The Skull Valley school ur.der th
management of Miss. Bittenhouse is in a
prosperous condition. The attendance this
term is 21.
A great deal of good pure ice lias beei
packed awa' this winter by our ice mer
chants, which will come in good play the
coming summer.
Ackers it Walker, reliable men and gond
meat merchants, have a new "ad" in the
Mixer. It should be read by all. They
mean business.
W. IT. Weber, a good printer, has been
heard from. He thinks of locating again in
Arizona. It is possible that he may go to
Jlo.'iavc County.
Master Everett Ellis, although not con
sidered in a critical condition, is nevertheless
quite sick. He has the sympathies of the
entire Mixer force.
A tramji, in search ot precious wares or
food at tho residence of Mr. Mefford, a few
nights since, came within an inch or so of
finding a lead mine
Some lucky prosp?ctor have discovered a
ledge south of Gillett, for which they have
been ottered $400,000. Old man Cox is one
of the lucky finders.
George W. Hance, a good citizen, is, we
understand, an applicant for tho billet to
take the Census. George is deserving, and
wo hope he may succeed.
Wo were shown at the Bank of Arizona
this morning several thousand dollars, which
had just been handed in as payment for real
estate in the city of Prescott.
There are numbers of persons in Prescott
anxious to procure locust and box-elder
trees for transplanting. Who will be the
first to supply the demand?
The dissolution notice of Kerwagen &
Sines appears elsewhere in the-Mixer, Mr.
Sines retains the business, and will be found
at the old stand ready to wait on customers.
Go and see Geonje.
A J. Spencer shipped yesterday 500 carp
to a gentleman in Prescott, A. T. lie re
ports that he has filled quite a number of
orders lately. San Bernardino Index, March
10th.
Messrs. Hunini; & Cooloy, of Show-low,
Apache county, have one of the friest fams,
Stock range, and timber claims to be found
in this Territory. They havo a large tract
under fence.
T. J. Christie, of Mineral Park, is in our
city. He informs us that the peoplo of Mo
have county are hopeful of better times so
soon as the iron highway is completed to
Hie Colorado River.
The "Homestake,'"' 3 miles southwest of
the Kelsey station, in Kirkland Yaliry, is
yielding' very rich ore. Mr. Persons, one
of the discovers, thinks he has the best sil
ver mine in that section, at least.
Theo. W. Bogs has sold a one-third in
terest in the old original C-pper Mountain
claim, Big Bug district, to Messrs. Taft &
Stoddard, for $4,000 cash. This is an ex
cellent property, aud is to be worked.
Rock's Nursery "ad" finds a placo in our
columns. Now is the lime to plant shrub
bery and thus beautify your homes. Send
for catalogue and procure whatever you de
siro frm this celebrated tree cultivator.
At the Courthouse, on Saturday evening,
the citizens of Trsscott met and exchanged
consrratulations with thw new Governor.
N"t having been in town, w e don't know
exactly the promises made on cither side.
We have hoard from John W, Moon, of
Date Creek, who lias been troubled with
turantulas in h:s cars. Uus time, sure
enough, a full grown animiil came forth,
and Mr. Moon's hearing is restored and the
fexizfi: pain has-eitiasif left iiis irearf.
Billy Gaven has struck what bids fair to
turn out thp grandest popper mine in An
zona. The ledire is only one and a half
miles from Cottonwood station. Billy asks
840.000 for one-half interest m tiie prospect,
"Are you going to the opera, dear?" ''No
darling, I have no partner;'-" but as she
luokca up into his eyes and smiled her
loveliest, they have since changed their
minds, and are now soimr to hoar "The
Rose of Auvercne" and 'Penelope," which
is to come oft to-morrow night.
The Baptist? church was well attended
last evening, and a very interesting (lis.
course was delivered by Rev. B. A.
Windes. The Baptist's are gaining and
they will soon have a most flourishing
church. They have labored hard and
deserve success.
A delegation of Prescott's young bloods
took a prospectimr trip j-esterday over the
hills as far as the llassayampa, and report
beins unable to hurt any rich ledges sum
cicntly developed to guarantee immediate
sale but what were already claimed. They
will return and resume their search as soon
as the delicate state of their health will ad
mit.
Goo. Lail, the contractor, is in our city.
The press universally has copied frcm the
Albuquerque Journal an item purporting to
have originated through information from
Mr. Lail, to the eirect that the masonry on
the Canyon Diablo bridge was completed
and everything ready for the iron work.
Knowing this to be impossible, and that
the work could not be completed before
April 15th, wo interviewed Mr. Lail, when
he said the man who gave him a3 authority
was a romancer. He didn't say it.
James Stewart, a good stage man, has so
cured the contracia, at good paying prices,
for carrying the U. S. mails upon the fol
lowing routes, for four years, commencing
July 1st, 1882:
From Maricpa to Prescott, via Phenix
and Wickenburg three times a week.
From Phenix to Prescott, via Gillett
daity.
From Prescott to Bill Williams Moun
tain three times a week.
Glad of it.
Tuesday.
The Keg saloon is in full blast.
Randall received now gixds to-day.
A new joof is being put on the house
of 31. T. Herzog.
There is to be a marriage in Prescott
sonio time this mouth.
Grain ia beiiiK freighted to Prescott from
tho Verde and elsewhere.
A. X. Towne, of the Southern Pacific R.
R., is in tho East quite sick.
Remember the entertainment this even
ing. 1 atronize home talent.
Rich mines have been discovered north
of "Winslow in the Moqui mountains.
Bashford & Co. received eiirht wagon
loads of com, from Peeples Valley, to-day.
Mr. Hajdy, formerly Superintendent of
the Peck mine, is making a visit to Pres
cott. Harris & Setton's teams arrived in Pres
cott to-day, from Maricooa, with morchan-
dise, etc
P. J. McConnick, Riilroatl contractor, is
in from tho line. He reports activity in
railing, etc.
0. 3. Push left for the east to day to
briuS fanjily out, they having went
home on a isit la.st winter. Thfy Avill
.1 f the A. it P.
The Atlantic & Pacific and tho A
T. it S. F. routes are the cheapest east from
rYoscott by J2.
The Caliioiuia Meat Market, next to
Raibles, is undergoing repairs. It's bon ton
in every respect.
Several passengers departed to-day for
Maricopa, where they go by rail to different
sections ot the Union.
Patti Rosa, the clever little soubrette
actress, is now pl;y ing to crowaed houses in
Aew .Jersey cities and towns.
Mr. Stuart, of the Verde, is fixing up a
racecourse wvir tne old stand ot U. W
Hull, where Mr. S. holds forth.
T i r , r r.
blisses a. anu u. .loiiuson wcro passen
gers par Gilmer, Salisbury & Co's stage
wincn arrived in 1'rescott to-day.
Mr. Poe, of Mali & Poe, is erecting a very
nne resilience soutn or u. Aliens dwelling.
it win soon ne reauy lor occupancy.
Mr. Jul. N. Radenburg has purchased
from M. H. Sherman the Ross property on
Locust Avenue. Mr Sherman held the
property but one day.
J. J. I'isher one of our best railroad
nn-ii, we x.H on the street to-day, he has
brought with Lim his bride and will make
Prescott their home for some time.
Master Geo. Wilson, brother of Miss
y.;rian "Wilson, left to-day for Globe
city, where he is to learn the jewelers trade
with his brother-in-law Geo. A. Newton.
Hon. Murat Masterson qualified as Su
preme Court Reporter to-day. He will di
rect his spare hours to the nreparation of a
,vorK tvmcu win no doubt ue ot much value
to the law fraternity.
J. T. S'.iull received to-day, per express.
sorer:: locust trees from Mr. Brill's orchard
below ickeuburg. The locust is by far
the bust tree to transplant for ornamental
purposes in th's section.
Pek.,oxals. The foil wimr gentlemen
from the country appeared on our streets to
day. .1. ri. Lee, American ranch; Mr. Taft,
Jjigliiur; w. A. 11 we, Tiptop; .Jerry Sum
van, Williamson Valley, and Mr. Merriug
ton, of Groom Creek.
B. II. Weaver, of the Ready Pay store,
has concluded to keep apace w.th the big
fishes, aud proposes to receive orders for
goods and deliver to families all supplies
needed three times a week. He is a good
square merchant, and our citizens can't do
oettei man patronize him,
Ki rr.i .n McLeod, who unfortunately had
both .if his feet frozen scvtral weeks since
in the mountains sowth of Prescott, to-day
underwent the painful operation of having
tnem amputated aoove the hrst j mt ot the
big toe. Doctors McCandless and Kendall
were the surgeons in attendance.
Mr. James M. More, of Kirkland Valley,
has put up this winter a first class residence,
and,-better than all, has one of the best
housekeepers in Yavapai county to take
charge of the uiime. Mr, and Mrs. More
are good people, industrious, and deserve
tlic success that seems to crow n their ef
forts. May the More s become more and
more.
The bill introduced by Delegite Oury,
a mid ho procure its passage, making the
office of Governor of Territories elective, is
one of ;rat UiU-it McGinness, of Mon
tana, a few years since introduced a similar
bill, and w.rked hard to havo it become a
law, and failed, and such will be the doom
of the present bill. There's too much meat
in the cocoanut for Senators and Congress
men to throw it away just to please a dele
gate from a territory.
R. E. Farrington, the old and reliable for
warding and commission merchant of Mari
copa, still strings his banner to thd breeze
'J. and wiM-i-plpased-io jcreivp, eonsigmzesti
from mcrcnants f Prescott and Northern
Arizona. Mr, C. R. Martindell, of Prescott,
is his authorized agent in thi3 seccion,
through whom ail orders can be made. We
have known "Rufe" for many years and it is
with pleasure we recommend lnm to those
who have goods coming through Maricopa.
T. J. B." Club.
Wo 3ce that some of our popolar young
men have started a social club and are going
to give a series of vsry pleasant socials in
Howey's Hall. The first one will be given
next Friday evening.
Easiern Star.
The charter members of the Eastern Star
met in Masoric Hall last evening, effected a
temporary organization, and cho3e Golden
Rii'n as the name of the chapter. It will
therefore bo known as "Golden Rule Chap
ter No. 1." Morris Goldtvater, Special Dep
uty Grand Patron for Arizona, officiated.
The Chapter decided to hold its meetings on
the first aim third Thursdaysof each month.
Quite a number of l idies and gentlemen
were present at -the initiatory meeting, and
the prospects are that the order will flourish
in Prescott.
RKSCO'lT.
PI?ESCOTT
Dining Booms!
CitAELEY WAN, Prop.,
Ilavf; removed from his old stand, at
C.ite's saloon, is now prepared to furnish the
public in general with first class board at
$S PorAVcek.
This Bestnurant has recently been re
fitted, and the traveling puLlie will find
everything neat. "All that the Market
fiords will be served to my patrons."
Prescott August 20 1882.
WILLIAM S HOUSE
RE-OPENED
hurley St., Prescott, A. T.
This popular and well knewn establishment
has recently-been leased to parties
from San Francisco, who have
re-furnished and re-fitted
the same.
iVSeai3T?omGa.m.tcsan, m
WE STILL HOLD TIIE FORT
FH PLAZA STABLE
THE
Oldest Livery Stab'e in Prescott,
Being Eltuatedrcircpoi.f thsbest Iiiaclismith hops
and a -wagon stop, uie cus.loniern o chance to have
their hoi-bce shod and wagons repaired at the yard
at the lowtt rates and in the moat nupioved ith. The
undersiirm u beiuir estnine'y ihsnkftii icr the eltenrive
patronage heretofore ree:ved, al'-o invilea all new
conieni to jtheh lu a -h u-e iim.-rve tl.ein. Oivinijat
al timeH hlu icrtoual au.i.t.ou to the business, com
plete satisfai tiou is (,'uurrultid.
.1. T. SUULL,
Trtsc 't. IV'. I", itf 2,
PRESCOTT.
GOLDEN RTJL3 STORE
KELLY & STEPHEN
COR. GUBLEY & GG0DWLN STS.
zlstze-w" o-ooids
Te arrive by the 15th Instant, comprising full
assortment of
Elegant PapetorLs,
FINE .TAriviAIiltl,
STANDARD POETICAL &PR0&WQRK8
and the finest stocLQuf
HOLIDAY BOOKS!
ever Drought to this market, j j
Christmas, New Years and
Birthday Cards.
CONFECTIONERY. NUTS, ETC.,
Oil Paintings, Chromes EmhosscdPictitres.
SWe hivt ihe fiuett and mof(compjete stcct of
CENT'S CLrTK3KG,
Furnishing Goods, Woolen Underwear,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Buck Gloves,
ever opened in thic place .pou' "t"cE also comrrisrs a
i.iu uve or
Stationery, Fancy Goods,
risols, Guns,
Fixed Ammunition
-Votions.JLfgal P'anix, T bacro, Cicarn, Bird Cages
uar-'en ee t, ytc. . tc.
n PRESCOTT, A1UZ0XA.
December 8, 1S1.
W. Z. WILSON,
A. S. HASKELL.
WILSON & HASKELL,
SASH, DOOR ADD BLIND FACTORY.
HaviDg in full operation
Our New Machinery
we are p-cpared to furnish cheaper thon ever before
Doors, Sash,
Blinds, Moldings,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Turning, Scrowl Staving, Planing
and Matching Done to
Order!
Furnishing Mnteriai and Build
ing a Specialt
Orders Prompt y Atipndea t3.
OFFICE AND FACTORY:
Corner Con z :ti:d Anisic t htrects
CENTRrll
RESTAURANT
Wright cS- Beckers,
Proprietors
The TaMes-SwiSru All the Delicacie
THE MARKET AFFORDS.
jSJTERMS As reasonable as any house in
JL rescott.
SINGLE MEALS, SOcts.,
Offict; of the Black Canyon and Maricopa
stages
WRIGHT Ik BECKEH pioSp
for- of Gurlcj & Cortez sts.,
Prescott, Feb. 23 18S2,
L TJMBEll 1 JL UMBE R r
-AT-
CLARK & A
SAW JSILL AND YARD.
We sre prepared to upp y any piaouul or the utry beet
(lalll 01
CLEAR ;FL0F.fh'G, GLhYR RUSTIC,
and any diwt...a cii l uicrcauUib.'e,
Lumber, Shingles, Lath, Doors
Sasii, ac. at iiecrock
Prices.
BAULKY, COitft & FLOUlt
taken m exchange for lumber.
CLARK & ADAMS.
May 26. 1680.
BLAK.E c&3 OO.,
Assayers.
Having secured the services of Mr. Geokge
E. Ralph, from the Califokxia Assay Off ce
San .Francisco, wo are now prepared to make
prompt returns of all ores, minerals, gold
dust and bullion submittna to us,
QUALITATIVE OR QUANTITATIVE
ANALYSIS
Will send by return stage result of all sam
ples received by man or express when accom
panied by cash.
pssay for Gold and Silver .'200
dopper 300
Sead i50
Five pound tests by Clilorination Process.
lJLAKE & CO.
37 3E3L ES --'
IEB IE j O Jc
Montezuma Street, Prescott.
THIS
ELEGANT SALOON
Is Now 0pm
For the Accommodation op Patrons.
Tlie "Very Best
OF
WINES, LIQUORS, ALES AND CIGARS
Will be dispensed a the
PRESCOTT.
Kerens & Griffith's
STAGE LINE
CARRYING
U. S. Mails and F. & Co's.
Express
Staffti leaves Preacottilaily at i2 M., for
Phenix and Maricoda
Via Gillett and Black Canyon.
Returnins? ntagea via same rout, airive in Prescott
at 11 ;30. Staees ecnect at Prescott, with
lines of l!u kboares for
Brigham City,
Flagstaff, and
Chino Valley.
... .A L S O. ...
PECK AND TIGER MIXES.
D. C. STEVENS,
J. A. WRIGHT,
Agnt and t-ecratary'
Buprentendent.
OFFICE;
Corner Cortez & Gurley Streets
novl.
Gilmer, calisbuij & Co,
STAGE LINE!
BETWEEN
SCOTT AI.D MARCQPA
Vi Wickeuburg aud Seymjur.
CciJTtii.'g U. S. Mails
IF. F. ty- Co's Ixpress
Leaves orescott Monday, "'ednes lay, aid Friday
7 A. II. luaSiiiK close couneaUou i h
TmiuB ot S. P. It. i'. at
Maricopa, Arizona.
TIME TO PHENIX
TIME TO MARItOPA.
24 ' OURS.
30 HOURS.
Stages from Mamopa connect at Pre3COtt with da
ine of blackboards lor
Usiieral I'arlt,
nnl llaeUbi'in
ilao. with buckboanl line to
Gamp Verd and Points East.
THROUGH TICKETS
an be obtained 1 1 the Company's cfllce at rresrot
-
S-A-UST FBANCISCO
Ana trie priiipal Eastern cities.
OFFICE "i7TH "r., 1. & CO.
rrtEscorr.
AMES. STEWART, F W BLAKE
Superintendent, Agent at Prwcott
Prescott April 13. 1880
SILVERWARE, &c.
EAS T SIDE OP PLAZA
O
My goods are first-class, and gaurenteed
as represented.
Watches cleaned, and repairing done on
short notice.
Sewing machine repairing a specialty.
My stock is complete, and can not be sur
passed in the territory.
Fine quartz Glasses constantly on hand.
J2?"Give me a trial, and be ct minced."
Pres-c tt Feb. 80i 18S2.
CHaS.A RKDALL,
Dealer in
HA..DWARf,
Mining TcoSs,
MECHANIC'S TOOLS,
(tRA-NITEWAHE,
TINWARE,
SADDLERY,
HARNESS,
LEATHER
PRESCOTT. A. T.
PrescoiT Mon 1001
ETC YE ARB TIN SE0P
Frederick & Hill,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL! DEALERS IX AND
MANUFACTURERS OF
Tin. Sheet Iron and
Copper Wares
Is wfi manufacture our o.vn
wares wu can sell lower than
any store in town.
Orders lrom the country prompt
y attended to.
FREDERICK Jb HILL
Puescott, October 11, 1881.
DEALER IN.
.3 "
MISCELLANEOUS
BEWARE OF
tyi.vuu.
CAUTIONED agairistSPURlOUS
imitations.
$is!PioneGr
13akiRgPou)der
is the ojilyjPoiuder corn
sisting of nothing but
REFINED
Grape Cream.5aitar
and
8rlisKSicarb.8oda
SCIENTIFICALLY COMBINED.
A.CHILUNGMa
ISAN FRANCISCO.
'I'iXlz.
GREAT E GL SH filMEDY.
I a never failing cure tor
ne vous db H'jr, Exhau.ted
vtalrly, emln-;l .esi.e-s-pt-maiorrlio
, I .s-t Jlau
'ho d, Iropnleicy. Fara if,
nxd ' 11 o h r ffc of .etf
abnge, joii'h HI KliM ai c
excetes in rra urer y n
snc'i a- o-h of m luory, lup-
m ndf. lio. il itai uili n
uv ip on to . tcielj. lUmmf
t v slui , t o . in I Ik-
J'teuiii Hod :tik u
Krtti ih- nil
i.d nuiiy icei diwarLa lit
to lor-nit; .iduuu.
iI.. .ilMlt v id a re e to f- fti : 1
:u imc the i- hetor. t.v- nwift 1J
luvite Hid ti.asn.Uiii uu.ncteiirr, rl- oth
-fi.ptirif rr ii;jii-iti8 lttit.d lii ir, Dr. it ii .iea -fc i.
I'n'e lifcatei riutetuU wil.ut hhii .
MiltLtion lrw. 'J lion. ob -xiiiii. allot in. ..itvi..n
clndint siialjii- ui urti . So. l-nceol IipOi
live, 3 a Lottie, or lout uiuri-llii' iiiulull; . jte. f
ii any addrt-r- cjn. iM-t-ipi of it, tii i O. I.
cure lrom obaeraticu. and in private i,i . ,f defu
A. K. JUNTSI , iYS. ii..
II Hrtm . Sr.'i. bu iancif.o, C'al.
JSPStrapk o t le ;r . m i il tj ul
te .siaiii.s mK.tui.!1 x -, tt. - iIllh...h.
MliUl CvEfiutli'lsi.
r. linsr'H Kin.i. ry UintIy N.'jtlir i
ruin, cureo all Kidney ud ula ider Goiapiaiuts. Go:
orrhnsi, Uleel, iucoirntm. b'ot aiV by all .ruggim
SI a lioltk-, ms Until a tut $i.
i .tl.ntir- I :i ieii.ui 1'IHk. arv the lir au
i heaj t-bt lljyitfphia arl lMii.tiin oiire in theuiifik.t. For
b as a-ll lUUdi o'.l v
FIRE iXSUKANUE! !
insurance
of
Co..
BEOOKLirisr i,isr. -sr.
ajitul 1,000,001
Onsets ttU&QfliQ-
Star Eire Insurance Comp'j
141 BHOADVAY.II. "2". CITY
Caidtal 500,000
Assets 78o,510
a
No adjuster's clauso written in oar roheis.
All j oliciea are made as coilatrral 8Mrity whel
partiiB request it.
All loasea uu thii Coast are promptly paid by the
aflc Coael Agency.
JJltOWN, ''UAIfi A- Co.
215 Snnsoin Street, S. F., Ck.
G1.NE1SAT AOKNTS FOR TIIK PACIFIC COAS1
ii. nIAIiTliM)ELL,
AOKNT FOR ARIZONA OFFICE AT TURCOT!
OEO. V,-. CURTISr Appraiser and Aii'JJt.r.
Prerott. March 4. lKt.
'UESiOT
I.
DIANA SALOON.
ELLIS & WHITNEY
PEOPEIETOES.
Fine
mes, .Liquors,
AISD It. Vi S'
Elegact Club Rooms
DRINKS, 12 1-2 CENTS.
HI UOCE.WFLL ES Al! IMIF.D. W I.L BB
. a comrarted cn the H at ftata ordor 'WiiiLg lo th
! rft.trn inn ri Trle. nf H v i n tr ntul Mmr nnhnv. 1.&m!
Xii we 1 boii house and reuucid the pi Ice of drinha
to 12 cents.
ELLIS & WHITNEY.
Prescotf, Kovembar 2 IStfl.
g PSESC0TT
KEG- SALOON
We the underxigned have recently opened the above
SiL'ioN. Iitie n yi u an a.wajB m d il.e beet of
BE! Al D ljt R , TE GEf.TS
... A SM.LE...
AVe also naTe couuecitd tiih Le
bora
V pill-tin eiits
For Hie trav,
ng i.tinHo.
ETGooil Clean Betls "Will Always
found. Give us a Call and
Convince Yourselves.
be
South Montezuma St. Prescott
BOYD & BOSLL.
1883.
BO.JES & SF2NCER,
Atthoo1 stand, on Monleznm street two doorx onth
of Gf y, dealers tu CIlAt S TiHCCO, COXFEC
TIC jJHY, V UITS AND FINE GROCERIES
e respectfully nvite theiattention of the publ.c to
our arge ana variea
stociand guaranieo toQ I V Sthofnlllst satisfaction
to all purchasers. ffntpm milialul full assortment
of the choicer-brands of Cigars and Cigarretas, flneut
and I'lng Smoking and t 'hf Wng Tobacc... Pipes Pouch- '
. a( j 'U ' l I . J'H 1 1 0 1
"and everyone gom ftf A Y with a smiling face
aft r once pure a.ingof us and in du. seaso: return
for further supplies.
Th nttful for p.mt fa or, w solicit a cont nuance o
the Lbe-al patruiia.-e heretcfort bestowe on us,
knowing that our GOODS will boarinspetion
and comparison with any In the market. ;
il.. C- 57-
7 tLVa yihbhiyhbi
311 C ELIAN El. US.
Skin Diseases Cured.
By I'B. Fiiazieb'h Jlnjr c "intiiinil. Cores aiif
by mafic, Pimpitx, JiacE.IIetidi.cr Gmld. Illotchea
and FrnpticLS on the faci. l.aviiiK the fkJn clear,
healthy and beantifni. Al?o enrec Itch, Ilaibtr'a Itch.
Salt Ithe.m. Tetter, I ingworm, Scald IIeid,( happed
Hands, hore Nippl.g, Sore Lips, old, o atinate Ulcers
and tiores, ke
SKIN DISEASE.
F. Drake, Fpq., Clcvelaneo, 0.,nfferect ceyond all
decrpiion from a etin disease which appearta on his
hands, head and face, aLd ner'y destroyed his eyes.
The mi t careful doctoiinc fab.d to hilp him, and
after all ha" failed housed Dr. Frazier'g llagic Oint
ment and wi ured b a few applications.
t-5H:efirtand only positire cure for skin dis
eases eTer airciTered.
tent by ni.il on receip of price, Fivtt Cents.
HENRY & CO., Sole Propr s,
CLEELAAD, O.
For Plind. Bleedine, Itching or Ulceratec BCWi
Dr. tVilIIaiii' indiiin Pile intmrnt is. flir
cute. Price Sl.0- by mail. For sale by Drnggiste.
LAND foil SA1E.
The land department of he Atlantic & Pacific Eafl
road Company is no organized and its office estab
lii-htd near the Amnjo Hi.iue, hew Albnqnerune, Xew
Mexico,
All rommnniestiens conornine lands owned by th
company h.,oMt. aiW.tsd to J. A. Williamson,
Land t'orjn.i.-simer of a:d rcmpany. ,
Thr giai.t of lai wa- maile ihe"c mpiny on th
27th d . f July 16. ai d the r glit cf the company to
the lai dt i ati fn m jth I2th. 1672. since wcich ti m
no valid chum to any of the . dd numbered 8ctlons
such a-, one, i nr e, nd five, e'e , can ha e accrued to
anyone within fifty fi. neb. de of the line lor the
road as d.flii ily located.
pDliCHtkino wttl tmiw be recieved for ths purchase,"
ct any land be cuging io tlx- ctmpawy ard pr. mpt an
swer d re urued. Iteuumber io addr.ss all co
municat'ons o.
J V. vvTH.I.VMOV,
Land Commissioner
A. & K. It. It Co..
Mw Albuquerque,
iiew Mexico.
Sedt 7 Iflll tf-
T THIv
UNFORTUNATE
DR. G- EBS' Dispensary
P32 Kearny street, comer o
Com-ercial. san Francisco
established ji 1SJ6, for th
treatment of seminal an
exual diseases , such as gon
oroae gleet, stricture, sjph
i!is, in ad its forms, semina
eakiee, Impotency, night
lieof 'ems, pimples on
fi.ee ai d Lost, of mnhocd
c n pmtiv.ly be enred. The
tick ann fflicteu fLuurdnct
1. II t caU ujo-' him. The
D ctor La traveled exten
sively n 1 urppeandinspect-
- . thon xxitij the v rous hwpt'a's there, nrtamig a
rest del f valu-b e information. Dr. Gibbon will
h io cv i re ti St f f he i Ot ets a cur- . Percon at a
s'anre n. y be c id ai . me. Ail communications
-nruld e e rirt ? r-nfii r.i 1. Toil c to ne but the
D cot. Per-o'.sw. ting otbeDocu Bpe re i-tate
hw nam of the pi tey nethi dv ien.tnt in
h rife re iTl Cull ttuU. . ccies. t r J.
F. Ribbon, BiX 1967 !-e d Sl I alci.e of madi
I line.
KEAKNY ST1JEET.
ireats ail Chronic ana Special Diseases
Y V M, A
WHO 31 T ML bUFyitKIM F O. THE EFFECTS
of yomufni lof u iud.M;rrtiuB, wiB do well to avail
tuem.-e v. a of this, the en tnmo eer hiit at the
lttr of 8uTtriug haaaanity . rK. "-PIS KEY will
tiara ii tee to forfait -.V for every oaa of seminal
weku.eM- or pr.vaie disease ot any kind or character
w.deb he undertakes d f !a t cure
ittLi i:.t -.i. . tiK.
There pre m nyatth- ts . f tls,'rty to xr it ho are
trou-idtd w.th Co f equtn: hvacnaiion of thh 11 dder,
oftei. aciouipi. Bit d b a &igh smart ng or burning
et)ation, anO a vealseo. oi the y m in a manner
iep tieiii cannot accuunt i-j-r. on examining thji url
1 r del ofi's ropy eedtaent will often te lound. nd
sometiuieH'amaiD paSTcIes of albumen will appear, on
tne color will be of a ttdn niiiklh hue, again changing
to dai k and torpid appearance. The.e are many mer
ho die of this difficulty ignorant of the cause, which
is the second stage of eemiuai wcalnesj. D'.S. will
guarantee a p rfect cure in all such cues, and a healthy
restoration of thigenito-uriuary organs.
P. S . T. private disease of Bhort standing, a full
course of medicines, snfttcient for a cure, with all in
structions, wl 1 be sent to any address on receipt of $lu.
Office IIoobs 10 to 4 and 6 1- 8. Sundays from 10
to 11 a. 31 Consultation free. Thorough examination
and advice $5. Call or address,
DR. SPlJiMTV&CO,
V" - - o - Fmnri-cn.
"HENRY'S SPECIFIC"
CURE
Before Caiar. FOR ARerUlIa.
ISTervousDebility,
SZHI-TAL W2ASK25S, HBOSSaiCT,
PHYSICAL DEBILITY, LOSS 0? MLY YIGOB,
PREM1TDRB EXHAUSTIOIL
A nd the tnanjr evil andgleomy consequtnet, of early
indiscretion.
This incomparable Gbsat English IIemeby hat
already achieved a world-wide reputation for its in
trinsic merits ; it is not a patent medicine, but a pre
scription of one of the most eminent English Physicians.
It is infallible in restoring lest vigor, whether frorx
imprudence, sickness, or old age. Sufferers may fully
rely on this. We have no agents ; Specific sent by
mail, securely sealed, with full directions and rules.
Price, SI. per plcgo. or 6 pkges. for Sj.
SciHdent to cure most cases.
Address, WHEELER & CO.,
205 Eaat 14th St., Kerr York City
HEAT CTRESOTH-
EJIEDT AM NfcllVZ
the legitima'e
over 20 year of
1
radical experience, and
CUES WITH UNFAIL
ING CEHT'IXTY Ner-
vousand Physical Debility
e nal Weakness. Sper
mattorrtcea, missions.
!i7AlllflH Pimil",re Decline
MiJVSKA!UnnndLOSSOFlIANIICOD.
li '1 from wnatever causes pro-
dnced. V errtches and jurifies thn B ood, trength
ens ti e Nerves, Uiain, MusoIe, D gestion. Reproduct
ive organ, snd I hysi al a' d Mental Faculties.
It stops any unnatural debilitating dreams, i-emina!
losses with tne urine, etc., c destructive to mind and
body. It is a sure rlimnator of all KIDNEY AND
BLADDER t OMVL AINTS. It contains no injurious
ngredie-1- T tlmse wli" :ite suflVrliiff from
tin evil effects ff j. ntliful 1 rlecretion or
excesse", a sj eMy, t orough and permanent CURE 13
f!UM AN EI. Price S3.30 per bottle, or fivo
bot les in cafe with fr dire, ttons tnd advice, SIO.
Sent seenr. from oKefvation to any ddrss upon re
c ipt o trce, or C . D To ie had only of
Dr. . I. KaUleld, 21G Kramy Street.
San Ftitenoo, CM. nsn'tatit ns strctly confl
.i.ntlal. by lefer. or at offer. FiE. For the con
vent, nee vi ).ti- s, ano ti on'e1 o in ure petfect
sctecy J hay adopt . a pnv eatldr- , i nder ahich,
til pactt am rref rwnrilc
TRi, L GO lit FRE?.
NOTlft. I 1 .4 n in li H.e f the RE
J V NAT t an cum to s. . in ter- free of
charge, to an on. IB o ed ;p ".ng by ettrr slating
hi sjmpto sLfktage. Con.mutlicu1l.u s'nctl cnfl
d.uiial. i25uanily
PILES! FILES! PILES!
A SU.tB CTJ-it. FCWD Al LAST
JNO CUB TBi-D fcTJlPErt!
A sure cure frr Mind. Bleeding Itch ng and D'ce
atel lite- h be a seovrr- d bj D . illn m, (n In
dian remedy , c- II d It v llliat V Ii din Ointment
A siuIe nox I as cut ed the oist oht'en c cases of 25 or
?0y.ar f tat ding Xonif mid uilr five minutes
after p-Iy.ng this oudr!ul sti-biip n-edecine.
Lotions, in-irnmeuts ina eitc'uanes do more harm
tiwngixxt. William's O n'm. nt absorbs the tumorsr
allays the inteute itcLing ipamcula.iy at niubt after
setting warm in bea, acts s a ouliice, gives instant
and painless rebef , and is prepared only tor piles. Itch
ing of the p ivate p rts, and for nothing else.
Head what tne Hon. J. M . Cofflnberry, of Cleveland,
says ab..ut Dr. William's Indian Pile Ointment: I have
used score of Pile Cures, and t affords me pleasure to
sav that have never found anything which gave such
immetliste and permanent relief as Dr. William's In-
JKSSS
1 " .
ot sa e by all druggists, or mailed on receipt of
price, S'U-
HENRY JL- CO., Proprietors,
CLEVELAND, O.
McCarthy & Osborne, Wholesale .Agents
DEN'VEIt. COLORADO. d7
M1.ITEIF1MS1.E.
XO. 11
NEVER Sl
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