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ARIZONA
WEEKLY
JOURNAL-MINER.
VOL. XXI No. 46.
PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1886.
PRICE TEN CENTS.
RedStar
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SAFE.
SURE.
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25
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For PAIN
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TORPID LIVER.
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Irrtta-lBtrafls-i a sr. Lt satrtsa, with
a f wllii ada-rvtac asalsslsd s.ssa eatr.
Wrlu, B1a-aa-. natterta a Ik
Hmh. Bu tiftwttt ore Hufc!
rer the rlafct era. ImUmmMi with,
atfal touu, Mighty .slavsS Pita, as
CPU STIPATION.
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siecgtbes tt weak, repairs the w-a of
the srstn mth pan blood and hard nil la.
tones the uet-rous system. tBvteorates she
brain, and Imparts us Tlfor of manhood,
.91. Soldbydnirk-a.
OFPICE44 MirrarM!lrwTrk.
CAPITAL WIZ $75,000.
Tle.r-ialjraa5. Wkaree la peasants
Leaigiana SUt Lattery Gmpuiy
"Vl'f do hereby certify that we supervise
the arm: j menu for ail the Monthly and
Quarterly Drawings of the Lonlslaaa
Mate l.o r t Company, and In person man
C-ul oontn.1 the Irra sings themselves.
cd thai the same are cot lucied with hones'
ty.flrnoj.and In rood f 1th toward all par.
ties ana w sutboria- I' Company to ut
thl crtlflct, with fao laallss of ost slns
inre attached. In Ita advertlss-umts."
We the n-deralgned Bank aid bea-en
will py all Prizes drawn in The Louisiana
State Lotteries which Bay be preJeatelat
our counter.
J.H.ACLUBT
Pres. Louisiana National Bank.
MIl'CL H. KRaSKBV
Pres. SUte National Bank.
Pres. New Orleans National Bank
Incorporated In 168 for 3S an by the
De ilslature for educational and Cbr.Ul.
purposes with a capital of$l JOG 000 w which
a reserve fund oX orcr t&JOjW) has alnee bsss
addd.
By aooTerwhslmlnf popalarTote lti rraa
chisewas made a pan of the present State
Constitution adopted Deeembtr 3d, Al 0. 187ft.
The only lottery ever roted on and endors
ed by the people of any state.
IT -N EVER SCALES OR POSTPONES.
Iih sarmaal Mlacla Xasaawr Brawlas
take plaec BM.Ihly. sal Ike Cxtraar.
dlaarr fjrasriaxa rrcalarfr rrrry threw
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Urawlns CIu B, in tbeAradtmy of Music.
N''r)rleans.Tndsy.trehrBair9tk 1MI
lHih Monthly trawlnc.
Capital Prize, $75,000.
taa.aaa Tlrkrta at PlTe Ballara Kaek.
r racttaaa. la rtflki la PrsaarUaa.
list or raixca.
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API cation for rates to clubs should be
made only to the offlce of th Company Id
Xtir Orleans.
Vnr further lnform-tlnn wrte clearly. T-
lne full address. riMTAL JfOTK Hipresi
Money Orders, or New York Kzcbange In
ordln-rv letter. Corrncy by Express (ail
iiuii of is and upwards at our expe.ss
ddrvM?d.
HA. .CP11.
New Orleans, La.
.rK. A DAITHlt.
Waaklaataa, B C.
Make P. 0. Moiey Ori-rs . paiable
ail allress Registered Utters
XatW KLEAW MATlSfJAl. MM IK.
NeW Hotel.
The trsveline public are respectfully In
formed thtt 1 hare opened a house
at Ash Fork, where-, a be found
The Best Board ail Liigiigs.
Porters meet ale rains and stages
and will attend to baggage
of all guests.
WM. T. LATCHFORD,
Ash Fork. Proprietor.
BACATTS
Magnolia Balm
is "a secret aid to beauty.
Many a lady owes her fresh
ness to it, who would rather
not tell, and you cant telL
DENNIS W. DILOA.
The Murderer of Deputy
Sheriff Murphy Public
ly Executed To-Day.
Hi Ma'ntaiis a SttlM IMtffrratt
Uitil tin Drip if tin
Trip.
Dm MSt PtrsistMt Efforts ti
Paa4aaSm -aa-a-a-B Baata-i
mm wflntSMMi niMiin
tPrm a Failm.
Histify if Ms FiHiish Crimts.
His Attentats, Etc.
The last act in
Dilda- lift was as
enrtain rung down
Jockhal-Mdcx
the 'r.msof. D. W
at'ed to day, Bed the
A. reporter of the
vitited l he con
denned man, Is t night Be was
reclining 01 a cut in the corridor or the jail
enjoying a smoke and a c.eeiful as if he
was going to a p-cair instead of hit death
to-day.
Alter pa&tiug a few common place re
amtrkf, in which be spoke in terras of praise
of the treatment h btd recti red from the
jail officials, he scribe asked him if he was
wil ing tn communicate anthini; in regard
to the history 1 1 his life.
He replied in the negstise, safiag that
he Lad nothing to tell, remarking in irony.
that tie public generally seeniMi to know
more about him than be could tell bimelf
A gentle h.nt was thrown out that if be
wat at all inclined to, he could, at least.
give the particnlart of Mr. llnrpby's death
With hi eye filed firmly on hi inquisitor,
he replied: "Ton know it would be natural
lor a man ia my positioa, if be could tell
anything that would benefit him, be w.mld
do so, but I kare Sothiso to aaj.
No amount cf penuatioa could iadac
him to talk of the darker aide of bit life
He said tbtt he wat born sear Atlanta,
Georgia, thtt hit folk btd mored to Rac
coon Mills, in the tame state, where they
still live. Since his iaearceratioa is the
ti) be bat rercir ;d sersrsi letters fro -a hit
fatber and brother who at .yet, bo atya,
know nothing of hit crimes. He tttted
that be would write to them last
night, and tell tbea of bit sppro-catag
fate, that he had deferred it to the last
moment preferring tl at they should knew
nothing about it until all wat 01 er and
tbey would know it all.
ma LAST XMBT.
He ipent the early part of the night in
reading papers, apparently unconcerned
about hit approaching doom. At 11:30 be
t Tiii ted by3herifT Mslveaoa and to him
talked ia the same strain, at be did to the
reporter of thtt piper, ref-tisg to uy
anything about the crime be btd commit
ted.
Deputy Sheriff Thomas Branaen stood
w.ich oyer him daring hit last night. Me
conTeraed with him during the -igbt, aa.
said be was going to meet hit death like a
hero. He admitted killing Deputy Sheriff
Murphy, and taid be wu aorry for it. At
o'clock be retired to hit atll and laid
down, but wu nntble to tleep. At toes at
he would close hit eyea ia a dose.
be would at once awaken with a atartled
scream.
He remained in hit cell until eight
o'clock this morning when ha arose washed
and d rusted and took a aeat in the corridor
perceptibly more nerrout than en the pre
rioos night.
He wat Tinted by the Sitters of Charity
late yesterday evening, and through their
penuasi-n requested to see Father Gnbi
tosi. The B-.rerend Father visited him,
and bad a brief conversation with him
when he agree- to embrace the Catholic
religion this morning.
During the night, however, he changed
hit mind, and tbia morning related to
the priest.
At 8-30 o'clock tbia morning, W. X
L-adgrebe, from Milligtn's Toaaorial Pal
ace, went to the jail and cat hit hair and
thtved him, after which be took a bath,
and donaed hia new suit of clothe, prorid"
ai by Sheriff Mulvenon.
During all these operations it wai noticed
that he waa t asewhat nerroat, aai ha re
quested the sheriff to gi re bim tease brandy
which waa done.
A little after nine o'clock, breakfatt waa
brought into him from Ben Bntltrt Chop
House, contitti-g of the folloxjag tail of
r a : v.:i t
fare: Spring chicken breaded, a
fried oysters, lamb chops green peas, sieaw
derioia Meat: mMbnxm, JLssptu pan cake
with felly, potatoes, bread and eofee. He
partook very heartily of bis breaktsst, chat-
tiag and ltujbing with the other prisoner!
present. At hia own request Pnc4ographer
Enria Bter came over to the jail, when he
wu brought into the jailers room and with
the utmost composure
SAT WHILE m FTCTCXK WAS TAX SV.
Shortly after, bs wu visitee iajtae jail by
x Chief Justice Sumner Howard, Ihstricl
Attorney Eggen, Marshal Meade and
ethers. He extended a cordial geetiag to
aii, remarking tuai since nia oeasg aaavea
en- having bad n change ef clothe be felt
much better.
At eleven o'clock, Sharif Mnlvenesi read
the death 'warrant to him ia the oomder of
the jail, ia the pretence of reproMtattTM
of the press sad a few others. He stood
up with the same apparent stolid -adiffer
eace, which ckajacterised bim daring the
morning, the sheriff being the mora nerrout
of the two. He amoked a pipe durirg the
aatire fjtan 00a. naeiac haak and forth
tnreagh the jail.
Jatt betere the time arrived for atartksg
for the place of eaacntion, he again tat
dawn ana penoak f same more of rem
aaata of hit breaktsst.
Promptly at 11:90 he ws brought ont of
Use Jail and placed ia a barouche, la wait
lag. A large crowd af people had hung
artaad the jail all forenoon inhopaaof get
ting glim at at the prieoeer. Aa Dildt
at me oat he glaaead areaad the crowd, and
aaid
"sjoo tk nort.''
In the barouche with bim wat Sherifi Nul
vaaea, Sheriff Steia, of Mohave County,
Chief of Police Dadton and E-3brii
Walker and Haakki, ef tbia coaaty. From
the time ef biddaag good by to the crowd
areaad the eoart houta, until be reached
the acaffold be did not apeak a word.
The vehicle coatainlag the prisoner was
escorted front the court hone to Ibe scaffold J
by the Preecott Rifieaaad Pntcott Grays
and rn arrival th-.'re the comptnlea were
drawn up in a hollow square turrnandibg
the scaffold te keep the spectators from
crowding around it. Dildt, from the t me
he got in aigbt of the scaffold never took
hia eyea from it until he had moan ted it He
ascended the itept of the scaffold at firm at
any nf the fBce a accompanying him, and
when asked it be had anything to sty, be
asked if Hev Green waa present. Beirg
informed that he waa not, be aaid be bad
noth on to stv except a request ot Sherifi
Multeaoa that hia body be seat to hit wife
in Phenix. He waa then
REtrsTXO Tvj war on nu teat,
Which he did, and asked for mere whiskey,
which waa given him, while Geo. Barton
wit pioioeins bis lent. Hs arms were
tbea strapped behind him by Deputiea M
Hickey and 6)eo. Barton, when Hickey
pulled the black cap over hia head and the
noose waa adjusted by James Tackett and
Sheriff Mulvenon pulled the fatal bir,wben
Dilda that downward to hia death in just
three minute from the time he stepped on
the trap. . Aiosworth, the county pby
tician, ateieted by Dr. Barrows, of Whipple,
timed the pulsations of hia be rf, wbicb
were as follows- At the end of the first min
ute, 63: aeeond, $3; 3d, M;4.tb, 183; 5th,
145; Cth, 137; 7tb, 126; 8th, 105; 9tb, 91;
10th, 80; lltb, M; 18th, 63; 13th, 53; 14th,
oaly an irregular fluttering waa perceptible
and at the end of the fifteea ah minute
use was pioiiccacxa miser,
Tlie bodr cut down and placed in the
coffin. On removing ths black cap and
rope, aa examination showed that hia neck
waa broken, and hia death painless. Two
convulsive ahuddera ot the body, and
drawing up of hia limbs twice, were the
only movements noticeable.
Tne body wat driven to the ctmetery in
charge of Undertaker Randal, and ia half
an hour from the. time the noise waa ad-
jo Ud aroaad hit naek, waa safely atowed
i.way from the eight of mortal.
Too much praise cannot be given Sheriff
Malveaoa foi the completeness of ev. ry de
tail of the arrangement, as the affair passed
off without the least accident or break ot
any kind, every man performiae the task
assigned bim perfectly. The enrcaUoa wat
witnamd by from IN to 800 people, piob
ably a dosen of them being of the female
sex, bat no detneastratioas of any kind, or
improper conduct wu indulged in. rbe
only iBcidaet worthy of aots wu the faint'
ing ef W. O. O'Keil, of Hoef and Horn, as
Bitde'e body shot through the death trap.
He toon recovered from the effect', bow-
ever, on the appticatioaa of mild rettora
live.
Drxoa'a chime
Tot crime for which Dennis W. Dilda
to-day suffered the extreme pee alt y of the
law. wu the murder of Deputy Sheriff
John M. Murphy, on the mgbt of Decem
ber 20tb.
Murphy had a warrant for the arrest of
Dilda, oa a charge of burglary preferred by
W. 11. Williseratt, ia whose house he lived
with his family Williscrtft had reserved
oss is the honae, ia which he bad a
trunk, contaiaiag some valuables. Dilda
bad broken open the trunk and ttolen a
portion of its contents.
The principal witness against him, wu a
man named Jenkins, whom, it lubtequeatly
spared, Dilda had murdered, and buried
iaacafiMln the rear of the house. At the
time the warrant for burglary wu issued,
Mipicloa had not even fallen oa Lim for
this bet-ess cnme,but it is evident that the
criminal feared an est for this, and
nstoLTn to -nrnxtrn tsta omen
Who would. attempt to arrest him. Deputy
Sheriff Mar pby arrived at a neigbb r"t on
the evening el ke Jltb, and on the Sflth,
being .fctadty, (C Bert at the houro daring
the day, Dilda being absent each time.
Shortly after dark be again went to the
heaae, armed with a needle gun, went to
the door, where he wu met by the murder
er't wife, and informed by her that her
hatband wu not at home. Murphy started
to walk away, evidently intending to retire
abort distance, where he could obtain n
commanding view of the bouse, it being n
bright moonlight night, and watch for
JDUaVa return. Dilda wu, however, lying
eaaceeled behind the fence surrounding the
yard, and when the officar bad taken n few
outacde ot tne gate, wu area on from
aad shot through the back, Ibe ball
ont of the upper part of the left
fan iw slthn a 'h h-wi. n m m AwA
n t J o- r.
a deasli wooed, turned partly around aad
fired saw snot from bis gas, when he ad
Ttaeod aad fell, and mast have expired al
most iaeUaUy. DiMa then took the dead
body,dr-an;trt it into tbe yard near the gate,
when he slenMed it up aad
cnowszx) xx mo a ocinrr iack,
Took it taroagh the house and haried it in
the cellar. Aocordiag to bis wife's story,
be rex-stawfi esitsll night, evidently expect
K i-tWS-empt tobeasn-eferhU
arrest.
Tawlnil-rs of Murphy to return toCbu.
BehmV, from whom he had procured the
needje gus, aad where he bad left hia horse,
together with tbe feet that two shots had
aeea beard, convince- tbe neighbors that
he had been foully dealt with, and Mr.
WUliseraft nratudil to rscoaaeitrs
Dilda s bouse, gigaals gives by bim were
answered, evidently by Dilda, who tried to
get him to approach tbe hoe as alto, but
failed. The next morning Mr. Williscrtft
Tiaitcd the place and found evidence of tbe
murder of Murphy and immediately give
the alarm. About 10 o'clock, however
Dilda left
ABUSES WRIt THE MEDLX 00.1
And revolver, which be had taken from
Murphy, together with articles of clothing
and valuables taken from him. Sheriff
Mulvenon and pome rook hit trail on Tues
day, and on Wednesday, December 23J,
etme on bim near Ath Fork, while uleep
under n tree. Being surprised in thit man
ner he made no effort at reskitenee nl wat
brought to Preecolt and lodged in jiii on
Thurtlay morning. Talk of iyociiu w-s
freely indulged ia, but wiser counsel pre
vailed, aad the law was allowed to take ita
aourse. A grand jury a impaneled an
indictment found, and ia foar days, beiag
tbe horteat postibln ,ime, twenty hours
beiog allowed betw.eo arraignment, and
pleading, and between conviction and sen
tence, be was convict) d and sentenced to bo
huged to-day. Dilda received bia sentence
with tbe utmoat composure, and bu main
tained it ever since.
DEKart W DTLDA WAS A XAT1VE OP HACC005
MILL, OK BOIA,
Where bit bit parents and brothers and
sitters reside. He emigre ed to Texts where
he met and wat married to hit wife. He
there killed a necru and escaped, evading
tbe cm cert for two years, when be wu ap
prebeaded, tried and acquitted. Another
young man, name i Nance,also disappeared
from the vicinity during bia residence there
and it it-generally believed that he mur
dered him. He subsequently moved with
bit father-in-law, a well to do and re
tpectable farmer, named Patterson, to tbe
Salt River Vslley, in thit territory, where
be lived about two years. Durirg thit time
bit wile's brother mysteriously disappeared
and l.u never been beard from since, and it
ia a well nettle i conviction in the family
that hs alto fell n victim to Dilda' mur
derous iratincts, He came to this county
about uven months ago, and worked for
W. J. O'Xeil, the gardner, for two months,
when he moved to Walnut Creek, on Mr.
Williscraf t'a ranch, where he committed tbe
last two murdera of his life. He is 37
years of age, of small stature, and war poss
essed of rather a pleuing countenance by
no means looking tbe dastardly villi n tbtt
be proved himself to be.
OTHER KXECtmOXS.
Tbe execution to-day makes tbe filth
man legally hanged in thit county since its
organiiitien. Tbe first wu n Mexican,
hanged in 18T3, by Sheriff EJ. Bowers, fo r
the murder ot another Mexican in tbe Verde
Valley.
Tbe next wu John Malone, a soldier, who
at ex-cuted by TJniied Slates Marshal W.
W. Mannilcr in 1876, for the murder of a
fellow soldier at Fort Mohave.
The third wu John Berry, who wu
hanged by Bheiiff J.R. Walker in Ft bruary'
1888, for ibe murder of a man known u
"Old Tex" at Tip Top.
A week after the execution of Berry.
Henry Hall wu also banged by Sheriff T.
R. Walker for the murder of H. J. Bishop,
at Flagstaff.
Tbe next aad fifth r the list wu that of
D.W. Dilda today, by Sheriff Mulvenon
for tbe murder nf Opu'y Sheriff John M.
Murrhy
In ad Mint. 10 in.- l ve Ieal caseations
two pereons have sx-cn lung! in the county
by mots Both occurred in 1881, during
tre building of the Atlantic sk Pacific
Railroad, 000 being a Grman, who wu
hanged tor stealing, at ihe other a man
known u "Arizona Bill," banned at Pig-
staff, for murder.
SOT-S.
The rumor wm started i town Inst night
that Dilda' s wife aad children bad arrived
by stage from Pbenix. It crevrd consid
er-ble excitement, u hi- rcsde threats be
fore leaving that ahe mild be avenged in
caw her hatband wu barged. The rarror,
on iavetigtiioo, proved untrue.
It has jest been forty seven dsyt since
John M. Murphy received his death wound
from Dilda't gun.
tbctm tnecT rtrwauavA.
It Weald Take aiew.aeo te rat the
realasala trkem it Waa Be fare
tke fre.
A gentleman lately from Florida said
yesterday:
The freeze gave Florida a black eye.
It destroyed the labor of years. I know
anas who has spent $20,000 in getting
a grave, and it was just coming in, when
the freeze killed every tree. He must
start over again, and wait six years for
results."
"Are the trees really killed?"
"Undoubtedly. It will be denied for
a while, but the truth will come at last
Ten million dollars wouldn't put the
peninsula where it was a month ago."
In spite of all this Florida will remain
the tropical fruit garden of America. Our
oranges, lemons, ba-anas and pineapples
must be grown there, and a freeze every
fifteen years or so will only check over
production. The land of flowers is the
winter paradise, and 100,000 annual
visitors looking for health and pleasure.
and lavish in the search, will pay for
patching up the frozen groves,
Mr. A M. Mana, writes sensibly from
Sumptemlle, Florida: "We have had
at cold weather before, and may have it
again. We have made graves in spite of
it in the past, and can do in spite of it in
the future, What Florida has to dread
more than anything else is the misrepre-
-- s t , .
icniauons un-cr wnicn people are lured
to Florida. The truth is the best False
hood can kill even tbe orange business.
Atlanta constitution.
(sanas-ts Car-.
Aa old phrMeJan, retire! from practice,
having had placed In hit hands by an last
India ii si on try the formula of a almpla veg
etable remedy for the tpeedy aad permanent
tun at wium ipuon, sroncAl s, Uttarrb,
Aithms aad all throat aad lung affections,
s-ao a positive aad radical core for Nervoas
Debility and al! Nervous ComplaiaU, after
having tested Its wonderful earaUvt powers
la thousands of cases, hu felt it hi duty to
make it kaowa to hit rusTerlag fellows.- Ae-
n-Ul tim 'hi. -All.. . .T. ,1
ia oy -11s motive aad a Ac sirs to relieve
taa suaering, I will scad free of charge, to
rho dsslrs ft, til rsilpe, U German
ICh or XBCUsh. with fall dlrsetlnsa tn
nu i n tuaerin
all
-reach
prsBsriagaad asug. gent oy mall by address,
hjf with aajBlft; tkl paper, W. A.
XOTM, 1st Fewer Block. aVieatsUr. Ktw
Terk.
JtovJateewiy
tickle- Leve.
ABRa-tln Philadelphia Transcript.
Let us tsks a mystic journey,
With fond memory, band in band,
And go back a season oaIyh
To tbe grand poetic land.
Ah t 'twu there you loved me dearly,
Lov'd to read my tcoeghta so true,
That my life's eaters al sunshine,
Always rose and set ia yon.
Yes, y.iu l.vM thtn, at you tild me,
And your life 'twu of mine n part,
That tbe cord of inteuse tffection,
Link'd, cober'd my soul, thy heart.
Who can tell tbe joyout rapture,
The heaven that wu beneath the aky t
Who can tell that love ia luting,
Although the vowa are bera oa high!
Ah! 'twu true love, not of passion,
But tbe thrilling love from me,
At the angel might have given,
In my thoughts to only tbee.
All day long in tone to dulceat,
All tbe night iu viiioss so sweet,
Until tbe roieale hoes of morning,,,
Glow'd upon ut as we'd greet;
Twu summer then, 'lis over now,
Btanch'd by the wintry frost,
The season and the love were bora
To be gay. joyous, and then l"st
Blighted by the shadow feared by avaa
Must all things earthly be.
It bu taken before, it hat taken now,
Tbe love, love that wu dear to me
FABTTI
ADBBM.
Gone I How bard, bow mourofel 'tis to part,
With a kind friend, the dearest to our
heart;
Pressing tbe hands, she oft 10 love 1
press'd,
Blessing the mate, she oft in life hu
bleaVd;
Tea, gone! The golden tie it broken;
Anitas last farewell is spoken
And sevet'd too, that rosy chain
We bepe to weld, in Prescott again.
She came upon ut, like the roseate bus-
In glitt'ning drops, ot crystslliae dew
Cluster'- in a foe Of, ot lilac white,
Clinging to the chalice ef golden light!
Shining u a ray of the ruddiest flash,
Illumined by tbe rose's daintiest blush.
Kiss'd by tbe moonbetra, in a blended bltxe,
Nurtured by Ibe laughing-star' milky
base. Diffusing her enchantment, through the
hours,
In buds of joy't tparkling showers
Culled from that mind, intellect and soul,
Which ne'er can from dear rsmeabrance
roll
The geniut of her gifted, orient face.
Combined in spirit, nerved with grace;
Light, and ahade, they intertwine-
In tracing, a parity Divine!
Bat, gone! Alu! Let aemory'aseal,
Be tb.-iaed, io woe, or wesl;
An integral of tbe immortal part,
Affebtiou'a tie, from heart, to heart,
Mar whispering angel' bs her guide,
And in her golden die unt confide,
Visions of those whose love it rife
With sincerity of purpose, through life!
-Maw Kjrea art lauaetwe atk,"
Our readers have frequently seea in
these columns delightful bits cf humor
and sentiment from the pen of Eugene
Field, of the Chicago News. A brief
description of this industrious jounialUt
cannot fail te be of interest Mr. Field
is comparatively a young man. He is tall
thin and angular, with legs and arms
altogether out of proportion. He has
blue eyes and an immence mouth, which
is generally tilled with tobacco. His
face is perfectly smooth and his head is
almost bald. He is very grave and re
sembles a clergyman. His manner of
work odd. He always puts off hu work
until the very last moment and then
writes like an electric motor. Atlanta
Constitution.
Otter lost.
The following it the lilt of letter
remaining at the Post Office in Prescott,
Arizona, for tbe week ending February 8th,
1S86:
Butter P
Braid W
Ratledge Chu
Rsadolph Sarah
Rice Tommy
Reed James
. Robb S A
Reese Thomu
RuggletF D
Stewart Thomu
Speare Frank R
Stewart Joseph
Branirrd F
Doeabae W
Egbert S J
Gabriel Wm O
Hargrave Jack
Has sea Martin
Hansen O H
King R M
McEnigbt Miss R C
Smith Mrs W C
Morgan James
Miller John
M nog an Mrs J A
Pierce O C
Pe'ers Henry
Thompson R J
Tubbs W
Veasseo Jno R
Young Son
Reed A J
foe session of the Presby Church.
Call for adrertii
letters.
JHAMab-st,
Postmaster.
mm
KlH
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
puntf. ttreogth aad wholesoai'Bess. More
ecoaossleal thtn Vie ordinary k'nds aad can
aot be sold iBeompeUUoa wlthUe m-lUtade
otlow-test short ehrht, alnm or phospkate
powdtra. Sold oaly ia eaas. Boyal Baklag
rswdar Oa, 1 WaQ ttreet, Kaw larfc.
POWDER
IA STORYi
Cbaptcr I
In the year 1874, n irmall Dry Goods and Clothing Store wu t-trted
in Sacrameuto, CaL Both in size, and ia the Tiriety of the good kept
it was not different from thousands of other stores. Bat in aims and
principle it wtu different.
Briefly stated, these principles were "One Price. Re Drriation.
xo Misrepresentation. All customers treated alike. The 1
and a-me price to out of town customers as to city trade."
It will be understood At n gfcuice that such n trvstem, rernlariy
forced protects the intoresto.af all customers, whether voting or eld
experienced or inexrrinced -whether dealing in person or dealing
through the mails. "','
People were quiefcto see itoaerita. Trade began to grow. Soon M
was discovered that this store kept not only thoroughly reliable goods,
but that iu price vert lover than tho$e of 'all other merchants.
Then trade grew faster anil faster. People from afar heard of the
store and sent hundreds of miles that they might benefit by ita
goods and prices. They knew they would be 'served as justly and as
well, as if in Sacramento to bay for themselves. And LWy vers rifU.
Cbaptcr 111.
That one store soon gathered about it a large family of othsr sksse.
all connected by arches and passage ways. It also greatly increaasd
its assortment of goods, till now it keeps under oat) vast roof nearly a
hundred distinct lines of goods. Its main salesroom i 0no knadred
feet wide by one hundred and twenty feet deep, and is partially righted
by a glass dome forty feet high. Cosily f urnLslied Waiting and Reading
rooms are provided for tho free use of visitors. The store employs
from one hundred and fifty to one hundred and sixty clerks, aad has
bnyers constantly in the Eastern and Western Markets. It is the Iw
est General Retail Establishment West of the Rocky '-f
Cbaptcr 1l
The Mail Order business of this store now extends to every town and
hamlet on the Coast It is greatly facilitated by means of a large Illas
trated Catalogue, which, together with any samples that may be
desired, is sent free to any address. The catalogue is a finely printed
book, with over eleven hundred illustrations, and full information
aboat goods and how to order. Those who -nro it ameald address
Weiastock A Labia, Sacramento, CaL
Conclusion.
Ia the world of business as in the world of part, nothing happens
by chance. Success is the result of merit. The rapid growth and large
trade of this House shows there is a lomet King ia its goods, tsirfAtao- ia
its styles, meWno in IU prices, tomething ia its xsetbods, not obtain
able elsewhere. To thoughtful minds bat one c-ssdaakm is possible
tAot it will pat; thou ko Aact arwr dealt witX Ms tfsr t mt bait cite
U trial.
PRESCOTT HOTEL
Fine Booms 50c
THIS HOTEL, WHIUH HAS
and furnished in. every particular with all the convenience
it make it a
It is situated in the center of the
Poatoffice, and is the MOST COJiVENIENT HOUSE in Northern
Arizona. Particular Attention
AXJSJJUUE&19 Proprietor.
. ott, Jaly 1, 18mV
KELLY & STEPHENS
-.AT
GOLDEN RULE STORE,
Have um Lanest md stoat Carefa-y Tm nam sssek
Of Oeneral Merchandise!
aa la aaa imi iitshrlehisn-il tn Irltmia aTt
iUsa a CN-pi(t stftk tf tlM Fmhs OrtfN Cwlriw
M Ms, Pacific Cust Hmti tf-wfiicf,
ABD AX XXSLE83 VAKIXTT OF
Buckingham Hechf s Unrivatltod Manufvct
Boots and Shoea.
-a-kgnificent Selection of Ladies'
1 i -ural for Um Ifttil --tronar bwtswl
1 mnM . 01 1 l u i.
smfTVOETHW-aa. .0E1TEB OF TEX P14ZA0
WIsLLIAWS HOUSE,
THE LEADING HOTEL OF PRESCOTT
The Only Hotel in Northern Arizona With
Hard Finished Booms.
SITTING AND DINING ROOMS ARE THE LARGEST
AND BEST APPOINTED IN PRESCOTT.
BOARD PER WEEK, $7.00.
TT AT K-ull-li Proprietor.
PIONEER HOTEL,
THE ONLY HOTEL IN TOWN.
a-. &pttTJ3ZBlbL2?9 Prop.
(Succeessor to Dan Hatz,)
SOUTH MONTEZUMA STREET, PRESCOTT.
Board and J-rOdrs-iifi: Fir Week - -
Board, By the Day
Day -
LARGE AND AIRY ROOMS.
glenM a-aiakery At . t a. frtsli Bread IkllTe7aJ tcaay Btft-fTwV
tobar 7, 188 S.
er If.
and $1 Per Day.
JUST BEEN OPENED, IS yV ii
CE1 X
citv. within fiftv vardi of the
Paid to the Comfort of my Gueste.
.THE :-
and Children's Shoes, just arriv-e
cjwn th-m U ipt,tf wm
$10
- $1
a -
ARIZONA J0URIAI-H1
(mtcasi mni!i- Mrstj
Tbk Akuoxa JoraxAi. Mra-a Is auk
Un.d svsry dayln ths wesk szsswt ataaar
I aa axisosa wxixlt IoniAiMisrati
ub hs- every Wednesday at rissistll lbs
Capital ! the Territory.
BT
tu AttiawxA rcBU-uaiav cex.
Davotedto the commercial and t'tistnatt hv
r!its of Uu Territory.
TEBMB:
UA1I.Y psryear - ass
Vsasxi- - one year, i t)
" " " tlx moat, X te
-Coney may be remitted by reaisUred lsUsr.
ostoSce order or draft.
The Joras 1 -Vuraa will he dalivsred by
rrler to subscribers la the city for Ueeate
week.
Local notices will be inserted at tfUea
ints a line for th rt l,-H .-a
cntt per line for each subf eq-eat lassrtsoav.
CorreicosdeBee on all inM-
nUf."tiWm,b cPt-1. aa- news from say
j " "l "j aur iTsas tae sssa a 1 r
imp, and ayricrUral districts.
All coci lanie Jobs should bs a rasa-
-p- CaxusBoosi Ho. m,Mmamt'ms
f-fSfV TmoellJ20' M s-aatfor the
AarxosA Jocsji-x-MDraa in tka etrjr. Be
-rtii,..ld. teolIeet monsys das this
" tjWIshment, laks orders for -dT.rU.lnf .
----j uu.ia.as svoiTia
tbsr. Thi Datt JocBSA-Mrjia-i aad
ioosi.BDnr wm rouaa
states at t-rtral ut
herlfr.' Sales-
t-imons. Dts-rlet "x --i.
mBBosi Juatlea Conn is
m.imi. -i- Horn
L'Bd OOtoe iKotles for PsMImh-ii .
-nij. m mw 1UI f tBfc
AdmlBlstrator's JtoUee.
a
THIS PAPER
vast as rorxTJ osi
all tmxm Ttato Takto aa
Fisaeett.
MaT tor ooutheni por-tca of the Tarriteri
ad Pacific Cout leaves daily at l-t-a!,
ta PLeaixaad M-ricepa. Arrives at
. m.
MaU tor the Xastera States riaA.sk P.
i. R. aves daily at 840 p aa. Arrival
t7-) p.m. daily,
Mail for Bradlhaw, via Hssaaya-taa,
locao, Meesville sad Alexaadria, laavsa
Ucadaya aad Fridaya at 7 a. m. ARivea
uesdaya aad Satardsys at 8 p. au
Mai! for Phenix,"via Antelope VaBsy,
taiton, Wickcab-rgh aad Vulture, i caret
.londays. Wednesdays and Fridays a: 8 a.
n. Arrives laesdays, Tharsdeys aad Sat
laysatS a.m.
Mail for Juniper, via fliramnaa leaeea
urdaya and Tuesdays at 7 a. as.; arrifaa
. -us ja asu -naays at a p.
J. H. A. Marsh.
mVTF. HP A TT.TT!
. Ts-aisw KAarr
ve Ath Fork at t- A.X. Arrive at AI
U'.nsrque at UW P. M.
X.ve Albuquerque at ti A. M. Arrive U
Fork at 18 .-00 P. Jl Arrivs it Mejave at
XJP. M. Leave Mojave "m TrssrlTa
1 n) at 6:00 P.M Arrive at eaa Traaeiaeoat
':IA.M.
Tralna oa the Atlantic aad I-e-to wUt
tterber-a oa buobU-b tlaae.
.ralBt oaths
wf
ralhauralsMBieeaiaf Cars
na vavesiaa aetwi
aaa CUr
vT" Through tickets to alt
-w m jo -rescott oasce.
For inferataUon coaceralasT nss-aar i
relght--tuett,caUoa
W.aDswiBOW,
.. o ? '-dP--oK-eeae,M.iL
. . Robinson, General xs-acar
or 1. T. VsUDOE, Agent, rreseect.
8PKCIAL NOTICES.
rosni , arjsa. :
aTTBBT A. ntta
Attoraeys aad Coaaatlers at law.
e-coUAr-asa.
Wlll attend trtrtlw fx .11 K-.t-.. .
thsm la ths i.nr.l rua b- - -
rritory. Aba tr acta of Utle te salaia: elal
d realty accuratsly prepared, r-t-sat i
Ion r Ivaa to eollectfoaa.
STEPH1W G. MABCOU.
ATTORNEY AHD fTlTTTnrsT T Bl " TIT
Prescott, Arisoas.
Caw. FRENCH, ,
Attorkey AND COUXSIiO AT Itw(
5t-r WU1 practice ;; the Coarts ef Aran a
Oinca-Over the Baak; of Ariaaw .
Prescott, Ariaoaa.
L. F. EGGERS.
ATTORITET-AT LAW.
DISTKJ CT ATTORJi'EY OF YAVAPAI
Ofice ia Coart H
. M. SANFOWX
ATTOs-fXY-AT-LAW
0oaCartoaS-feet,a-rw
1 1 1 in ii'iiaasi
DR. F. K. AINSWORTH,
PtT.TS.CIAB Aaa .stMHI.
PretwHt, Ari-oaa.
nnl TTnniTtiia. nwiTj slitas.1
Phfsiciam abtd Suxgkobt,
Office aa Meat swims street,
One door Worth of Reese ds Co
CIASK C-nJsaOLI.
Attorxty Gxxekal of Abisosta.
iTTXHurarr ass Cbcnaa-aa at Lav
Ornc Otst the Baak of Arwaa.
Preeeott, Ari-oea.
A aWET-AT.IVW, TJ. 8. CO)
- muaaa aaa for Tnrra Tn strict
I W J?BtT- Oatoe-as-t door -g
A Walls. Pre-eott. A. T.
J. C. HERNDON. J J. HAWKTjr
rroast Jadsje
HERN DON & HAWKINS,
ATTOROEYS AND COtfNSILORS AT LAW
Prescott, Arizona.
Special attention to amrejaaatkg amd
o&x work of ail kinds.
HENRY CLAY BURKE.
ATTORNEY AND COUXSTLOR-AT-LAW.
a"WUlpr-cUea tn all ths OMrta of Arksaaa.
aad bsrora ths vanoaa DrpartmaBta In Waafe-
:nto3,D. C.
OSee-Rooni "o. X. oyer Bank of Avisos-.
Prescott, A. T.
auk er scAirr-uaa srr
M DES KCX-tCHAlTXK SO
TU TT
Knirn.
TTMBLIJ. VBUS U.
ii-t-os corr-ors
Wbe-aasiAvstsm
sffhart arelaviledta be

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