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ARIZONA
JOURNAL-MINER.
VOL. XXI No. 49.
PRESCOTT,
WEDNESDAY,? jIARBH 3, I83G.
PRICE TEN CEN
WEEKLY
n 4W
TAR
MARK-
0UGHURE
-FW row Opiate. Xwtrtic
SAFE.
SURE.
PROMPT.
25
fRCUIUlA.TdCKUI CO IT IT, BILTIMCaCX, 10.
at nsromm asd miuu.
CERManreM!
a B 111 Cim Khijuitlfii, Meontfi.
FflrPlIN .'--r-
rill I ft IH rtOcKTrin cmt.
CREAM ni,MW,w""
-Cleasiaesithelfri
A I lay a Taaaata
tl.a Hull Mere.
Keatere the Ken
mtn mt Inir, bear.
Iaa;mell Aqnleh
Keller. A Festive
CREAM-BALM
lias coined an envi-
able rebalatlon. displacing all otbrr nrenara
lion. Auartlrle I. mnolied Into rurh niKtrll
no pain; agreeable to use. Price So cent, by
mail or at -mgsrist i-endferclren ar
CLT UeTHUtK. DrurcUts.Oireeo,
TUTT'S
PILLS
38 YEARS IN USE,
t JfedjeaTXtiamgli of the Aft t
SYMPTOMS OF A
TORPID LIVER.
Lawa .far-petite. B.w.ia co.ll ve. Pain la
the head, with a stall roaatl.n la tha
hack art. Fata aaaer tko aheaUer
la4r, Fallaeea alter eatlac, with a ll
taeMaatlaa ta xertlea af badr ar attae.
Irritability aTteaiaer, lw spirits, with
-a Celiac "fcaviaar aeslecte Ma aatr
Weariaeea. Blrilas , Flatteries at the
Heart. Beta hef.rethe area. Headache
rrer the right ere. Beetleaeaaaat with
atfal arean. I! Isblr celerea Crlae, aad
CONSTIPATION.
T7TTa fULI are especially adapted
to aacb eases, ono doso effect cucb a
change ot feeling as to astonUli the sufferer.
Tbey IacrM the ppetlte.and cause tt
body to Take sVleali.tbin tbe Tftm is
m .Ml I .fc . if n.t hTlhlrTnalr rlfnn on
she BltreaUTaOrraaas).ItejrUar atoolssra
oatae. 4tamyi
rwt..?t.T.
Tin'S EXTRACT SARSAPAR1LLA
Kenoratea the body, mikes bealtby rWtL
arreagtbens Um weak, rvpairs tbe vrastea o
the sytm with pure blood aod bard muscle;
tone the ncrrous system, invigorates tbe.
brain, and iarxuts
tea tuot of manho
rigor of manhood.
I. stf.l (jt drusrrut.
OFFICE llAarmr St.. Sew York.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
i n a. KtTa. ei. a. weixs
KUSII A VTZLL&,
Attornev sad Ctanelor at Law,
IPrescolt, Arizona.
VUl attend strictly to al! basinet tutrusirl
them in tbe several Courts of Recorder llu
rritory. A istrsets of tit! to laicise tUim
d realty aictrstely prepared. I'-ocpt at
i n ivea to collectiosk.
STEPHEN G. .MAKCOU.
ATTORNEY AND COUXSELLOR-AT-LAW.
rrescott, Arizona.
i
C G. W. FRENCH,
Attorney and Counselor at J.w.
tafMTUl practice injill the Courts of .r:7Jir.
UiriCE Ovir tbe Bank of Ariru
I'recott, Arriia.
L. F. EGGERS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
tJtSTRlCT ATTORNEY OF YAVAPAI COUNTY,
ARIZONA.
Office in Court I louse Prescott.
E. M. SANFORD.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Trescott ... - Arizona.
Office on Cortex Street, a few doors north
Tiik of Jocrnai. office.
DR. P. K. AINSWORTH,
laiflClAN (S3 Scbgsox.
Trcscott, Arisoaa.
OSce-vxtaroual Buildlcs.Gurlrj f-t.l
1L iv. KOUtXSOX,
Physician and Surgeon,
U2:: i3 J!onteruai4 street,
lm in - ir X -r'li Itoesc z Co's Drugstore
CLARK .riUT.ru ILL.
Attoxm v Genu a;, or . ctzoxA.
4n.:.t;v aiid Cocnsslou at Lvw
)rpicr Over the Hank or Arizona,
rresaut. Arizona.
Wii. H. HcGEEW,
tr i:KV AT.I.W, IT. S. COMillS-
-V s-InNKi: aai :or Tbird District Courj,
.pnt o-cay Office next dojr to ItiuA
A '.u,lv-,i.ii.i T. -a
J C HERNUaX.
J J. HAWKINS
frob-tc Jodgr
HERNDON HAWKINS.
ATrR!i;vs m counselors at law
Prrctt. Arisonx
SjHxi.il
a::-.rition
ofiirc ..
tu conveyancing and
HENRY CI.AY t'UKKIl
ATTORNEY AMI C It Al-I AW.
sar Will iiretl-e In H't lb nml. ? .r-aoiin.
and bolore tut van ii- I ji ::uci:l iu Wa-!i-lnsta,l
C
Ol2;e-Uooia So S,oer Il-nU ! A.":zoua.
IVescctt, A. T.
Clark & Adam's Sawmill,
And lumber yard, IVccntt. A. T. Clea
flvK-r::i; and ictic, and any d-ratnsions o
Mcrchnn'iMe I.iwiSkt ShiiiiiV ni Lattit
at bedrcvk prio;.-
DeiW.lIIOi,.tM CUMIN
If yoa want Ii-v.rj, -a- i,,, -n, !:i!nj.
on us, at we wilt not !. nndrIl.
CornhcJ Klour Uken in oacnauce fortnir.
CI.kKjc Al Ms.
ale.
Comrtunicated J
Mtutc it utoarlj hat jTdolly taking
rank with ber titter art, painting and
Hculptnrr. Bat rery few oerfoat, who
spend tim and mcney in taking amsftc
leon," ever ask themislTW, "What it
tnuiicl It it more than an accomplith-
raent or ebonld tbe height of my ambition
be a flasby and trashy performance
of the 'Maiden'i Prayerf" Eridently the
praying maiden was sot an American, far
there tt not an iota of character and life in
that piece of mnsic Wbote fault it it
to a grj exieet that music if thought
the teacheu in one war, and tbe recpon
sib'.e employ. r of such teacherf. Ton will
find all oter tlie continent o-cl!ed teach
er, who ongut to spend a gooti aeai 01
their time in practicing fire-finger exercises;
ocder tome real tescher. They tell people
itb great b!at of trumpets that they are
teacher and hare their own method, which
it far superior to even f ucfa standard works
at Urbach, or L-bert and Stark. Then
gain they will tell you thai it it all non-
sente tospend most of the time in cultirat.
injr your fingers, the most unruly part of
your body; "pieces" to amuse the pupil is
tbe:r motto, but only aucb pieces as tbe
tcsche himelf know. Hot let me gire
you uiy opinion ot tbe vers learning.
Teaching means to impart knowledge, and
io the Cise of music to miko tbe cupil so
thorough that he or she cm independently
(for themselref apply this acquired know),
edge to tctual practice. Of what ue it a
texcher who will juit thaw you bow to play
a piecrt The ..pupil will always depend
upon him. Xobixly thinks of going into
higher arithmetics without baring acquired
a thorough, practical knowledge of common
fi&urioir. bat there are teachers who will
give music to pupils that they abould not
even get a bold ul. Oh ! the pretender.
Their sins are many, and the must of them
do not know what they do. How many of
them have ever thought to look at music
from a icientlfic standpoiut. How ra ny
hirewexot hoevcn know the moat sim
ple acoustic relatioLtt I venture to ay
there is not one of twenty who could give
too an intelligent dillnition of music If
we now have such teach teachers among
onrsclvc?, what cin jou expect of their pa
pil and the public in geLeralf It is laugh
able to bear men and women of total igno
rance in i UMcal milter criticise music
rhey never think of criticUng painting;
for th'-y acknowledge that they know r.oth
ing about it, but of music they aie im-
tuense jailw. I would rather be handled
u j tbe coats in a lively manner by a com
petent critic than rrccire the lavish praiso
of ignorance. .
Let us take a new beginner, say a girl ot
eight years old; her parents look about for
a teacher sn:i ere met more than halfway
by a lot of teachers. There is a young
lady who (piays nicely and don't charge
much tor beginners," Shj is engaged; dj
matter vrheiber she has experience or tbe
necessary knowledge or not. Anybody will
do for Uginncrs is usually the reasoning,
and ttat i.tho first wrong more. For con
venience sake say you are building a boute;
do you think it wise or advisable to lay a
poor foundation or to give the work of lay
ing it to seme poor inexperienced workman ?
No, you will say with wi'.h emphasis. You
will allow your teacher (o called) to lay
uch a foundation for the muMcul structure
hat tl.e whole ff tbe building will tnmble
down lorg before the second stoty is
reached. It is in the beginung that a good
teacher Is absolutely need d. Let a child
have a good, conscientious and thorough
teacher from the start and it will rtbel
against poor ones later on, seeing th- ir
supeificiality at once.
In tbe large cities of our country the
standard of music is getting higher every
dsy and whenever a youig lady in good so
ciety will play snch stuff at the "Maiden's
Prayei" or "3ilvcry Waves," she will not
be ridiculed so much at pitied.
After you hava a good teacher, let him
have his ccurre He knows best what if
good for you and if he does t is duty be
will not tolerate any iutertercno. Never
be arrald of your tcacbei; ask question
when you are in doubt. A teacher cannot
tell by instinct whether yna are thoroughly
1 ami liar with the work before you. A
teacher who ftightens a child is a rconster
ani scarcely ever succeeds. There is a sride
d fferenca between being cross and strict
Let your pupil know, instructor ot the uni
versal language, that you expect a faithful
petformsnce of tbe dutits and you will
hare an interesting and hard working stu
dent, but the minute you let the siaallett
error p, confidence in you aad&dberence
to faithful work will vanish. L:t parents
,sk themselves what their duty is to their
children and tbe mass of poar teachers will
n be retired. People buying goods will
always want tbe best for their money, but
s ill pen lit upon waisting lots of money
upon poor and int xpcrienceJ teacher?.
Iudwig Thohac,
Teacher 6f Musis.
FIactcr tVnlributlei.il.
Tht- io.ljwing is the lict ot contributions
trom the various towns to toe sntlirers by,
tC rlncstltlfire:
Window, J rovision, etc
Gail up "
NecUe--, "
Kingman, " ... .
P:e-cot "
Dmver, "
Altaque qua. "
uov. C M. Z-tlicV, munf y . . . . .
NV .!!. ""
300 00
73 00
150 00
200 00
239 00
1072 03
200 00
25 00
30 75
33 00
200 00
200 00
353 00
20 09
50 00
5 00
Co -ti.g',
I'aer.ix,
Ls Ai'gflef,
IVrC-.f,
H. C. Aver,
Aiiz .ni ltll
R C. Chuic!-,
. eW-riddra ly peptic Carei.
G. F. Haicbt, of Wo field, Chautauqua
Co., N. Y., wtit. s, .Vay 7, 18S5: "Six yeara
I wit dyit'g of dyspepsia. Sly stom
ach and d gc-the orga it were in a horrible
stato. I feared cucscaption of the bowels
which were dreadfully conttipatcd. I was
bedridden for many month; finally be ugh t
six boxes Brandretb's Pilla. When I had
finished taking them I was a well man
Took five the first nigh'; ran down to one
Pill, then up igam to five, alternately .'
L. Stanford Jt 0, have carpenters at
w.-ik making improvements in their place
, :f business.
TcaCJtlac
KjaWIBss.
ADEEM.
Whither bars tbey gone the friend? I have
cherished I
Whither hare tbey fled, tbe memories of
the past!
Whither have they flown, those hopes that
I hare nourished,
Hope by far too fleeting and beautiful
to Iaat.
Pome tbey in tbe night time, come tbey
bacjf to baun! me.
Come they in tbe amy tiaK, 'Mockingly
to jeer ! .V
When I strive to clasp them, then tbey
vaaish from me;
And I cannot hold Ibent, though tbey
teem to near.
Oh! those eye to ttnd?r, answering heart
to heart love!
Ohl those lips so loving, preta'd againtt
my cheek 1 "
Little did I dream then, we so si-on should
part, love!
i cat tnose lips wtiicn met mine, soon
should ease to f peak.
Memories ot tbe dear OBe, crowd forever
'round mt;
Still I hear their voices, atill their forms I
tee;
Still their ghostly presence ever cloth sur
round me,
Morning, neon or Dight time, whereso'er I
be.
From tbe violet's blossom, from the lilac
spray.
Eyes that long have slumbered, opt n to tbe
day;
And I hold no larger, flower, bud or stem,
But ;ont: ghostly fingert,teem to claip with
them.
Unit they follow ever ever on my trick!
Will they leave me never never turn them
back?
To tic shade of il.rkmss. to my long-lost
home!
Must tbey haunt me always, even to the
tomb?
ike haeke the Divine.
A . prominent divine was ih invited
guest of Mr. B. and family Miss Alice,
tbe charming daughter of the host, was
gracirg the festivity, nd said irbpuUivrly:
u0b, mother, I've been roasting up in iny
room all afternoon. It's hotter than"
"Alice 1" said the fatbt-r, sternly.
"I say it's hotter tbsa
"Alice!" said tbe mother excitedly, and
tbe divine looked at ber in alarm,
'I say it's hotter than I ever tsw it be
fore," said the young lady-coolly, "and I
just sat there witbrut a thing on"
"Ob, Alice V said her father iu larm.
This tim: the divine was thoroughly flight
ened. "I just tat there without a thing on "'
'Oh, Alicrl" said tbe mother, almost
crying.
"I tsy I just sat there," continued the
girl, not noticing tht interruption;, "I jost
tat there without a thing on except my very
lightest summer clothing, and mr Bible ll
the afternoon. Wilt you have tome mote
soap, doctor." Ex.
Maw te iet Blrk aasl stay ve.
Don't' speculate in mines.
Don't speculate in anything wbatsoiver i
that you are not conversant with .
Don't go on any man's b, nd .
Don't drink when asked to.
Don't HriDk when not asked.
Don't buy anything you don't need.
Don't waste your time.
Dou't marry an ex'rtvagant woman.
Djn't marry an extravagant man.
Don't marry a penurious man.
Don't marry a penurious woman.
Don't get amusement crazy.
Don't gt crazy at all.
Dou't buy wheat and tell at a lots.
Don't buy wheat at all.
Don't lend money.
Don't srxnd money.
Don't dabble in stocks.
Don't stay out late at night.
Don't have anything to do with politics.
Exchange.
A rare Batter Teat.
People who are not good judges of but-
ttz and who have not a fine sensitive taste,
find it difficult to distinguish pure butter
frombogu. To such I would say: The e
is a sure and unerring test by which at a
trifling cost you can know whether the but
ter you have bought it pure or not. Take
a slender glass tube or vial, fill it with bu
ter you wish to test, tbe tutpend tbe vial
in hot water until the butter melts; if pure
the cheesy part i!l slowly settle to tbe
bottom, while oil will float on top, assum
ing a bright golden color, beautiful as the
wes'.ern sky during a clear tunset. If it be
bogus it will assume a cloudy or opsque
color and remain so, while tbe alka.irt
used in its manufacture will settle formirg
a white sediment at the bottom, which i;
said to be deadly poison. Ex.
OBelal Frea.
Tte several county fficiuls tcrned ovtr
the feet of their respective ffices tor Feb.
ruary, to-day, a follows:
Sheriff, c;vil case? S 151 35
" County lictnse- 673 00
Delinquent taxes 19,55 SO
Total,
Recorder
Cletk, District Court
Probate Judge
Total
20,410 25
2S6 77
100 40
59 25
20,955 C7
raaaaasatiea CarrsL
An old phylcian. retire! from practice
bavin; had placed in his hands by an East
India missionary tte formula of a simple veg
etable remedy for the speedy .and permanent
cure of Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh,
Atthma and all throat and lung affections,
also a positive and radical cere tor Xervous
Debility and all Nervous Complaint, after
having tested its wonderful curative powers
in thousands of cases, has felt it bis duty to
make it known to his tufferinsT fellows, Ac.
tasted by tins motive and a desire to relieve
human eufterinc;, I will send free of charge, to
all who detlre it, this re lpe, In Ocrraan
Trench or English, with full directions for
preparing and using. Snt by mall byaddref.
Ins; with stamp, naming this paper, W A.
NOTTS, 149 Power's Block. Rochester. Xew
Tor. SotX eow ly
Awthasi, Ciismtr earsl Fraa
(Mohave County Miner.)
"In reference to the charges made againtt
TJ. S, Martha! Meade, the Pietcott Cornier
gets off the following:
"Tbe long string of allegations absurd as
well a ijfamout, againtt TJ. S- Mar thai
Meade, published by rile repoblieaa sbeaO
of Pbenix, and' echoed by its fellow bonds
man here, will probably receive an attention
rhicb its authors and distminators neither
expect nor desire. To criticise otScisl con
duct is' one thing; to concoct a stries of
scandalous.libels agiJnst an efiicial, and
then publish and comment upon tbem at if
they were lrue.'js a vrj different scatter.
and nothing lesajroan a forbearsnce which
probably will not be exercised will save
tbe calumniators from finding out to their
cost."
All of which it supreme bosh. Poor old
Marion! -After-rll theae'yeara"" ofwe'ary"
waiting to be woanded in tbe house of hit
friends. No wonder be teelt bad about it.
And he it on Meade's bond, too, and may
lose some of that hard earned (?) money
he obtained lrom the last legitlature. Why
don't be dtny the chaiges instead of indulg
ing in vague threats.
We are given to understand from the foro
going that Marshal Meade threatens to
bring libel suit against tbe Pbenix Herald
and tbe Prescott Journal-Mixer for pub
lishing these charge against him. Now, we
want it distinctly understood that if there
are any libel tuits in the air we want one,
They are good advertisements for newt'
papers, increase their circulation, etc, and
call general attention to their merits. For
fear that we may be leit out and not get
our share of the libel businets, we publish
in full, on our first page, tbe article frou
the Phrntx Herald, containg the "absurd
and infamous" cbargea against Marshal
Meade. II tbe Herald and JodrnaiMinex
cannot substantiate then, we can, and with
ont or two minor exception, without going
out of Mohave County to do it.
Indeed, wc will go further and add to
the other cbarget tbe following, of which
sworn proofs are now on file in tbe United
States Court at Prescott, snd' accessible to
anyone:
We charge Marshal Meado with having,
through his deputies, encouraged aod pro
cured, hy connivance, the commission of
crime that fees might be made foi arresting
the oflnders.
That, through bis deputies, he hat arrest
ed persons in Ibis county without any war
rant or wtit what ever; while, on tbe other
hand be hts held for months, and does now
hold, warrants of arrest against certain par.
ties living in this community, wbich he has
Dcvtr served, nor tried to serve, for reasons
best known to himself and deputies.
That, through his deputirr, he baa actu
ally famished tbe very money with which
whisky was purchased and given to Indians
and for tbe .utcbasicg of which with
money furnished by a deputy marshal two
men are now incarcerated in luma, under
sentence of tbe
territory sitting
Chief Justice of this
as United States
Judge.
If Marebsl Meade, through his deputies.
had not put up a job on tbee unfortunate
men they would nerer nave commit tea tue
particular r.ffcuse f r wbich they are now in
tbe peniteutiarj. Out ui on such contempti
ble work, the like of wbich would never
be thought of, alone countenanced, under a
republican administration.
Bring on your libol suit."
At the Boarsllax Mamee:
Tbey appointed "o meet in tbe parlor.
Whin ail of the guests were asloep,
And they parud witb wcil protestations
That etch the appointment would keep.
They were punctual, just to tbe second,
Aod their greetings were soft as a
breath,
As they tat on tbe lounge in the parlor,
Where all wat at silent at death.
And they spooned in their fashion, pecu
liar
To verdancy under love's charm
She, resting her head on bis shoulder,
He, encircling ber waist with his arm.
Soon their eyes to the dark grew accus
tomed,
And then their et joyment took wing,
For they saw, in that parlor, four others,
Engaged in the very same thing.
Frank lallea repm'ar Blaathlr
For March comes with its usual variety of
readable and valualle articles, attractive
stone, and well rxecuted illustrations. The
question is answered by Mr. Arthur V.
Abbott in "Progress at Panama." Coriatito
IWd, the well known novelist, of North
Carolina, contributes a story called 'The
Price of a Kiss." Philip Bourke Mtrston.
the Blia 1 Poet, scuds "Captain B-omle 's
Life Romance,"1 and Mrs Sarah K Bolton
tells us ot "Marston and his Home." Noel
Ruthven carries us back to the days of the
Chevalier Biyari "ssns peur ct sans
reprocbe." "St. Valentine's Priont" i a
seasonable story by Frarcia B Currie. Mrs
Emily Pierce tells ot tie "Strte's of
Mexico," and M F 7allette, of 'O'd Time
Punishments ai-d Ordeals." The well known
naturalist, C F Holder, in his "Wooing of
'he Btrd!,".describ anil illutratet tome
of -he strapgi performances of the feath
ered gallants when they ?ck bn Irs In the
spring time. Altogether it it a most enjry
able number.
A. Cenaadraaa.
Does the governor's pr'vste seiro'ary
draw that $600 out of the territory that the
last legitlature agreed to pay as bis ualary i,
It must be, for while be arraigns the Com
missioner of immigration. cmn issioners to
various expositions, the attorney general,
adjutant general, superintendent of public
instruction, etc. for receiving aalariet which
tbey earned aad which were juttly due
them and for which they rendered adequate
recompense, be fails to mention this really
illegitimate item at all. We would suggest
to this fifty-dollar-a-m:nth private secretary
of Gov. Zulick that be will do to platter his
learned quotation from "McCailey" onto
himself. "Our rulert will bett promote
the improvements of the nition by strictly
cenCniag themselves to theirowa legitimate
butitC3s," Uerald.J
THE BIBLK.
ADR EH.
Sfur feet, whereby we trece
Oar path, when wont we strav.
Stream from the fount of heavenly-grace
lirook by tbe traveler's way.
.Bread of our soul, whereon we feed
-5 JTrue manna from on high,
Dur guide atj( chart, wherein we read;
Of realms 6yond the sky.
Pillar of fire! Through watches darlc!
Or radiant cl ud by day.
When waves would whelm nur tosing
bark
Onr anchor tnd our atay.
Pole star on life's tempestuous deep,
.. Beacon, when doubts surround:
t Compass by which our course we keep
Our deep see lead to sound.
Riches in poverty oar aid
la every; arulfal hour:
UnthVkeo lock, the pilgrim' shade,
Tue oUliet's fortreja tower.
Our shield and buckler in the fight,
Victory's triumphant palm;
Comfort in grief, in wetknev, might,
In sicknes Giicad'4 balm.
ChildKoodV preceptor, manhood's trust.
Old age's turn ally
Oar hope; wheu we go down to dust
Of i-nmortality !
Pure oraclts of Truth D.vine!
Unlike e;ch fabled dream
Given to.th from Delphi's mystic shrine
Or grove of Academe.
Word of the ever living God !
Will oi his glorious Son!
Without thee how could eartb le trod,
Or Heaven itse.f be wont
Keaaarkable Beeaperatlea.
D. M. Ferry tfc Co., the well known teed
men, of Detroi, Mich., announce that thev
arc on their feet again and ready and acx
iout to receive orders for se ds from every
one cf their old customers, and from as
many new ones as feel kiudly disposed to
wards then). Tbey are tn condi ion to fil
promptly every order with new sreds of the
best quality.
On January 1st their immense warehouse
was destroyed by fire. It was filled wilb
probab' j the lamest Uck of af orted seeds
ever gathered under ono roof. Their books
and papers were all saved, and every person
who had ordered seeds of them wi l be
supplied with hi; utual stock. They had
large quantities of seeds in their warehou;et
on their seed firms in the bands tf their
growers, and not yet delivered, and on the
way from Europe, together with their fully
stocked seed store in Windsor, Ontario,
close at hand, and the free andigorous ue
of the telegraph and cable, enabled them to
secure a new stock iu a remarknblv short
time.
Before the fire wis subdued they bad
secured new quitters and were devoting all
their energies to their customers' interests.
In thirty days from the fire tbey were in
pel tec t woiking order agtin.
When we consider the megnituJc of their
busines, tbe appalling destruction of prop
erty at tbe most unfortunate season ot the
year, wo dtubt if the annals of history fur
nish a case of ruch rapid recuperation. Such
energy deserves success.
Helby Pas 1 1 lac OaastAay.
The following circular has bs:n issued by
the Selby Smelting and Lead Company, of
San Francisco:
"Our increasing business requiring more
room, and better lailroad and other facili
ties, ws have recently absn joned our old
locatiou at North Beach, in this city, and
erected ltre and improved smelting and
refining works at Vtlhjo Junction, Contra
Costa County, Cel., on tbe main line of the
Southern Pacific R R.
We are now prepared to work gold, sil
ver and lead crra, sulphuret, lead bullion,
etc., in large quantifier, and upon tbe moat
favorable terms.
It you have anything to ship in this line.
we will be pleased to hear trom you. Ship
ments should be realigned to us at Vallejo
Junction, and all correspondence sent to
this office. Respectfully Yours,
Selbt Sheltesq & Lead Co.
lsetter Llet.
The following is the list of letters
remaining at the Post Office in Prescott,
Aritona, for the week ending Fibrnary 25,
1886:
Bates E J
Henbert Mr
Porter JH
Shipman T U
Thrjwne D W
Trunstall PR
Boas Wm
Cash J A
Cash JC
CuberJ M
Fernandez M Miss
Feig Ber j train
Vaughan Alex
Wallane Cbas
mittier J M
Waldon M O
Wilson C H
Wells T T
Kan Julia Mrs
Livcrmore F
Morrison J II
Mclntyre 6 A
Call for advertised letters.
J H A Mai:sit,
Postmaster.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
Thlt powder never varies, A msrvel of
purity, strength and whojesom aett. Mor
economical than tie ordinary k nda an J ran
not be Mild In corn petition -ilh the multitude
oflow.test short chibt, alnra or phopLle
powders. Sold on'v in cans. Royal Battnjr
r-owder Co, KM Will Street, Vew Xori,
mi
PRESCOTT HOTEL
Fine Rooms 50c
THIS HOTEL, WHIuH HAS
.1 A l.J
uuu lurinsueu ia every particular witn ail tne convenience
it make it a
It ia situated in the center of the
Postoffice, and is the MOST CONVENIENT HOUSE in Northern
Arizona. Particular Attention
8EB. -A-XJ3ItJllL.ER., Proprietor.
etcoit, July 1, 1883.
KELLY &
-.AT
GOLDEN RULE STORE,
li lot Larctat lad alert Oarrfuttr Pcrebated Stock
Of General
'erer Men la an muebkMltussntla Artxooa4F
Alsi a Cjipl.fi stock if Fawas Oregon Cassiiere Clothing. Bla
tins. 6ods, Pacific Coast f laaael Undsrwear,
AM) AX EKDLESb VARIETY OT
Buckingham Hecht's Un rivalled Manufact
Boots and Shoes.
Magnificent Selection of Ladies' and Children's Shoes, just arrive
o .
reeling Rraxeful lor the lit ml -vtnsage beatavwl cpoa tbem in lb past, tbey wffl eimeUr endaaror
metltacoaaicancottlaaw.stlirnrnrs.
SaTNOSTHWISs. COENEB OP THE PLAZAug
WILLIAMS HOtTSlG,
THE LEADING HOTEL OF PRESCOTT
The Only Hotel in Northern Arizona With
Hard Finished Rdohis.
SITTING AND DINING ROOMS AHE THE LARGEST
AND BEST APPOINTED IN PRESCOTT.
BOARD PER WEEK. $7.00.
H. A, Kendall, Proprietor.
PIONEER HOTEL
THE ONLY HOTEL IN TOWN.
Gk SCSTJBK2vI?T. Prop.,
(Succeessor to Dan Hatz,)
SOUTH .MONTEZUAIA STREET. PRESCOTT.
Board and Lodging Per Week - -Board,
By the Day -
LARGE AND
;i t
Pus:
t-, nnni,
to-.r 7, "833.
AFTER THE FIRE!
The Cottage Hotel at Ash Fork.
REOPENED.
The undersigned respectfully inform the citizens of Arizona and the public
generally that they have re-opened near the Railroad Depot
at Aah Ferlc,
-A. .fcT E W 'T3l O T B Xi ,
Where can be found the best
with the
Sample & Cluh Rooms,
The house has also a fine corral and stable attached with plenty
of Hay and Grain.
EvarjQijf iRvitsd
Aih Fork, Aria,
Jan. iSllt, 1S.W
BOOKS for the MILLION)
CompfoU Moresand Other Works, bt Famwt Authors. Amost Ciwen AmaI
' 1T ttSftrmbMki ire ftnatel U Kit purUti fcm,
I tnc
Oat VkthMl C4iac tftCTIB Ml? U&t
, IHf UTWl OT TsTfU
m ar sec vaui sk i
MO. EsA BOCl U etMatCM la itaWrlZ.
1. Tkt WUf Kcsitjtt Pftrrr. TbU li tl Wt
tjTtr Tklch jvtT fnsdlBotbert UafM tin VUej ti4. Ml
tt U ItM aj fawaj to-dr vt rrcr.
t. raawr Wrk 1W Htjie Atlatmtaitmt. w
ttrtt mv 9rk ipt tferi ihff'ct sjtiUJajittf ej a4
praetleml lvtAretifa tor atckts fac- lakts. wU
paMktsi, bncttt. ftfedlw artjrk. tmJtnUery; .. etc, pt
taJclr ul tcUT lUaktxauM.
. 6rira rJfT AtoriM rr the Tomc Tb
tmtmX ooIWta.'tl wf faairy iWrWa wf paHit4. TMC&tti
m will m kllc&tt arlt& ttm.
- The Lutlrat tk Ll. r &r Taher Ssmtt.
Lavlr at u Lake uarmuct la str. a tf all
IM 9vrtt fottt mii tt nor teais&a UU.
5. luul rtlrtlc r l-iisnr GfBtttwa, a
ffalit w Uiarswj axvi fvt arcedtSa (Vtiai; tte rai r
Maltf ra rtlwisua for atl cla-
. Tka )Htw4ar4 lcttr Writer fcr LaUei axi
Gnllsriasra. a oraptei ffaiia ta oarrcpLVlao. glvixx
Bat nrctii lor taa eoaipaittla af Starrs f every
a4 tta lasaascraal tbrtas ul ciuiplta.
1. W latter Ctvlaa skVwtrmtJaia, a larfe cxtn
tf Atttrf C&amlaa, Tabttux. Own, raixltu. , fer
aadat (tUMriaffa, fHrtu iJawacrteaU, ul Blaw at
ten, tastratei.
6. 9Udm BiiWaillatu m1 UnMmg tltm
aad tstetca otvlM-eUu fcr acttee. cxalbtiitma aal pabttc ul
print ntrtaiBieTu.
Sl PmHs Makcta u4 CkrmtBiI Cxr! itiaf
batik wUek MU haw ta prbr aoalrwJa f aaaa-uc
krlekt Im aaffit ul ts7atracti cxTwiisieex tta afmt
SO. Thm af mm C Btuk aad raxaallT Pfcyal-
law, tMWaiaf Batvamu ar .cj-b eoociaf rwiyea
tval biaw to fcn latfciiti a. aa ttriuai iw t urt all eam
awuaCaaw.ta hfmmptomvmartm-
1L Uammwtm m4 Ca la raw Away f
wary taitaTwatiat ! laarnctfva btwk af travala. awaanb
kaf ite pacaiUr I3, kabtta, muanu raatcau af t&a
af toraara tjaaatrtaw; Ulaitme
tt. Mtrtf Cauplrla Mriai ty IVpalat- AatWa,
aa3cetac taw. hiBATMi aol lct?tiw aTtfrla. viarlra af
MMdtt Kta. f arnter. af raflvaf . tit-, an Tar? i ti
ll, ifttj BBtlcrt f Wtt, ItMT amtl ra, a
aaUMVa at ta nur tttirt. ikevcet. asi- vwatt,
aljatta tut tart; ixa wriUa fcrnaf rin; UIa tM.
14. rDtI KWtef ItM IsW MHIIsm. a
ter alt,
j ao-t variMt
hulr
k af atfal la
aaTrtoria r tnarairf. I
ts. CaHett SUefc. X SCvrtV y Vt Caaway, aafaw
RSP.Pie free oi cur.rS't''r'
VV - jtSSRTV ST NEW YORK CITY.
and $1 Per Day.
JUST BEEN OPENED, IS TWE
i ... i, ,,
city, within fifty yardi of the
Paid to the Comfort of mv Guests.
STEPHENS
THE:-
Merchandise!
$10
$1
AIRY ROOMS.
-1 1 DeliTei-ed tc any part of Totr
accommodations.
hotel are
In connection
also Fine Billiar dTable.
and Room for ail.
Mr. & Mrs. AValtkr Cook.
tsur tf tba kta-Midr tnifstriteti, ul i3 trtM
rora.
TTarwTT ruqrT. aruui wssajnasii
Ia cK--! fcrmtMabaMHUtwttI
tL ALU Wtwitl'i Itrrr. A 5mL J
A Jttml. T naTBt5t
Wudta. asrtW ' Tit H th atarea.-
na.'
TuPaca-
n.MlMreTrfTMiM. a tw. p-i
aatr af Mac? Haw," was.
aataar af MaCy Hn, was.
ra. trk Kay a. a u j uxj- uawi?, uucv
of Calsrl r.aea."
1 Tk Myatrry r tfc HUy Trtsc X Sfrvat.
Bv U aaiAataf Tbora.
2TX balaati the taav. X XrtL. I?B. Twr
lasa. aatWaf btjJ-at-Cti'aa aJ-aaattar tta,
lUTbetirar Waaaa. A Sml. B Mr. OftAaO,
aatUraf -Maiy. lUrm.'tna.
TZ. Tke rrm lsWaw A5nt, By TTAMCaQu.
aatlaar T VTicaa la VaUtV cto.
n. Itett Canirt Farsa. A Sarel. Tj Mr. Bcsrf
1TtMi. aatiwr af J East Lja. .
3. Ia Capita et- A Sfvrtl, XylWAanbaraf 'Dw
TbarM."
a. IstMk latlivOltl Raa AXwttL ByMaryCaeU
Bar, aathar yf kU4V fwrt, ?-.
H.Jaha HcraLa Wife A XmL ZyXl
Matock, tKMrof "Jau UaJt. tftlemaa, as.
TS, Lady iiwealaJlae'a rat. ASml BytM
asthar af - Dora Tbs-av eta.
V. Juatfi lBe'a urtt. A el- By Mlaa ML B.
Eraiiea- auraf attf rt)j4."e.
29. Itta. A By Mary Cctt Eayt aatbar at
"Rra Tart. na.
SO. Cta.Hel'a Blarrlaxv A JfmL By TEi CaQsa.
uthar r " Xante, tnc
Al. Pawls Raat. ASttrt, By Mr. Aax g. 8t;hu.
ataeraf FHfctiiaar4 faialat." rtc
U. lOaalaaT lk Whlri-rlatl. X 5trtt. By Mary
Cert! R ar. at ae af Oil MaldMiata'i Maatry." aa.
a )a4l(f Carlraa. A erL By MO M. K.BrS
loo. a Xr i La4y Aavdlry'a Saort"' am
54. laateta: Ta Mtwtbt rwa HsuatuaM. A
JI.tI. Bw KuaV. Wrra. aaUar af Tba SlrtA MarsU" tna.
IVA tUmitm aTABWa. X 5orrf. B tM aaAar at
IXra Xbwwt." ,
Jt. Ti aOcrfta rat. A By Mr. Akaauar,
utftaf af - Tbe 7Hac VC eta.
37. Wt-r !. AStwwtrf. By ITU Otaa, aatfiaff
f Tito TToaaava la TTtke.
' a. Aaac XJmL By Mre, Hrary lCt, aac&or af
"Fast LyaaV
.Tk Laarvl Raak. X XanL ly M1m Maloei,
aiutr at isari natuaa, mui nuiaa. vac
4X Aaaa BArttw. A KtrawU. By Gaarr C,a
af "A 3 am JMOe, - IU MSI B CM rJaaa,- U,
ARIZONA JOU.RNAI-MI NER.
(MTKAJf rtxIXTIXs- 1IUCNK.I Hj
Thk Abizosa
JorcxAa. MtXXK Is J.'
'lotitd er.ry ua
1 III AOXZOX
Pib vha uv
TH.K AKtZH&A rCBLlMHCVW C .
I:votedta the commercial asd baiaes la
te, rests of tke Territorv-
TISMBi
DAILY reryear - tlZSO "
WamaxT oat year, 4 M
" " " six month. " 2 53
Money may be remitted by reeistrredleir
t office order or draft.
rae Jct-MlxE wii; J delivered by
Tier u .ubAcribcra tn the cK jS cent
weeav
ioca! notices will be Inserted at fifteen
a llse Usr tie first livrus!) and Un
.at per line tor each .utxeqiiealuiterUAa.
Correspoadesce on all subtest of pencrml:
a:terst will be accepted, acv. aewa from aar
i suuutcu,cf peuaiixiro.a tcemiainiT
ibh aad asrici!oral iiatriet-
All commonieatiocs aboold Kb addrui in
-ae JouKXAJuMiiica. Prescott. ArUoca.
u Dill, Koora fo. 5. V"-,-iiant'Ei-na.HaB
lraQ:lco. li ! ,r,itihi
ikizoxa Jocksal-Mixxr i luat ctty. 1
a h-1 & I to collect KjoaFvt ln thl
HWuba -.l,Xe oniT for iterr!1n,-,
J MluulU any olbrr bQstse-.sderolTbit;
p-u tiro a tl rtprfr.tln tftbapqb-.
ner. Tiik Iat JnHAt,-Mlric and
icxtT oitjsj -JtWKr ioind oa
til athl o Re
states, ut Iei:at Artvrrti-lnp.
'r!rT'ifUIo
$25CK
24 OO
IS CO
13 oo
lioo
Soo
SCO
anion. DUtrirl Ct-ort.
I'BinnuH Justice Court
r rre'tnro Not lee
(. nd Office (Nosico for Pablieajlon;.
?pl!eUon (or
A tfnlnl.l.tt. K.lj.
'"HiS PAPER 15
ILK T tiEO. r.
i:oin:!.r.t r-
jt.tman AdTertlalmaT Kurr&it ,.3 Srsrcs
,larK.
tzskzti. wans At
NEW YORK.
ntnaiMi Covtsucts
- v be xoaUe for ir la
tail F-ontn Tlaae Table ut ani (Van
areett.
Jlai' lor southern portion of t?t Territory
nd Pacific Coast leaves daily at 60 a.
"a Piienix and ilaricopa. Arrin s a 0:00
ra.
MaU tor the Eastern States riai .4 p.
i.K. leave daily atCaWp si. Arrives
t730 p. m. daily,
iliul for Bradihasr, tis Iliyxmpa,
Iccno, Meesville and Alexandra, leaves
tfecdaya and Fridays al 7 v m. "Arrives
uesdaya and Saturdays at 6 p. ra.
Slail for Phenix, via Antelo; ."-15y,
tan ton, Wiekenburgh and Vulture, i esTea
londays. Wednesdayi. aii'l i'rdays at 3 a.
n. Arrives Tuelays. Thurslays" and Sat
'leys at6 a. tn.
Mail for Juniper, via Sitnmoat leaves
urdaya and Tuesdays at 1 a. ta.; arrives
.t Jdays and Fridays at 6 p. m.
-f. II .A. Marsh. Postmaster.
Atlantic I Pacific Railroad
TIME SCHEDULE.
" WEST
BOUND
STATIONS.
EXKT
B-JCND
i iituu.-ik. niui
LTAlhrrjQerrue.Ai
CooIloe
4 3)an
9Sa n
1.12air
10 Si a n
HUpm
69lp iu
513pm
523pm.
44pm
32iOD
tnipm
Ht5pm
W S3 um
9 12 am
TSfam
532am
2 Mam
lo-a m
IlWpm
!pm
7 Up m
418pru
240pm
163pm
930am
92iam
10 43 p m
lOUinm
UiUIOp.
11 10 arc
ISSIptc
aaip n,
3l5pn
sMpin
63pm
. jlanaelilou
-rVavaJo Sprtii,
Hul brook
Win slow-
Canon Dialjo
-rlSfsiaK.
K'Alp a
Wpn
22)aiE
JSI a n
tanr
.Williams.
Ah Fork-
.Paacb Spnng..
Hackberry.
Kinsman
.Tbe 5iVedIe
Fen cer
7i 50 am
4iic
1251 pa
30) pn;
JJipB
Slop a
S2ip n.
s ii a m
i arr
.Lu1low
.Darni
..... , .Bart low
(Iaclflc Timet
. . ..san Bernardino
. Cotton
- " Iio
National Citr
y.lup m
. ui a iu
eaipio
lOIJazn
.M.J.
lulu a Ui
S30 pm
ArJSu Kracrlacn Lv
Meal Stations.
Tbrooih ui keta to all Important ellles east
and west on sale at tbe principal station.
STAGE CONNECTIONS.
Via La nsa to tbe Indian vltlaze of Aeo
.18 mile.
tuVia Wlntat' to Fort Wlnra:. a milt;
unUtSmiUe.
Via Manuelito to Fort De&aueo (Nan-jo
Ami -j) 25 miles; Canon deCbelle, 5 rbllt;
Kee am C-noa. 9o miles.
.'lallolbmok.trl-weebly ttngea, to Fort
A acbe, 9o miles: .Sprinrerrllle 85 mrlas;
aow Low. 5o mlltt; TaylorvtKc. S5 miles;
doqul Icillan 11 age (o regular stages) &j
mtlra.
Via S avfjo. dally bUk-i to .St. Johns. Si
miles: bprtsr.erTIle65 mile.
Via Wlnalcw to Hr)s;ham City and Snnaet
Via Ash Kork, daily t.i;rs to Prescott
and Wtlrpie.Karraeks, 54 mile; daltr states
rrom PrecotttoPnenlx au ul-vecVIr atafA
to Fort Verde.
Via P.SCb pDrinr tn the Rnnil Pius nl
the Colurado.13 miles.
ia Klnrraan. dallr staer tn Srvktnn
Hill, lo miles: Mineral Park:, is milearCerbat
14 miles.
la 1 Qcee to Ritual, 4o mllea.
Vla XLeXeedlea. steaunar.Su Yiimi.'M-
orado river aceaey.Fort Mia-e, trjave City
Ilardyrlile, Arizona, aad Kl Itsrado Canon,
Xevada.
W.A.BISSEI.L.
General Paen?erAs-ut.
D. It. ROBIX-ON,
General ManaEjer.AlbaqnerqnH.X. M.
ARIZONA STAdE GO
Carrying TJ. S. Mail an u W F
C Cos. Ihcpress
BETWEEN
PKESC0TI mi MHUCOPA
Via QILLEIT.
are rreaeaat saiy at a:ia a . M
Arr I ye at ntcadx at ata A. BI
Arrtre at jVaracaaa at I T. M
Cosnectlse with 8. f. R. R. trains Zatt
ana west.
Stajes for the JJortn.
Leaves Maricopa oa arrlral t Trains
from the West at 7:15 A,V
Arrive mt FkeaUx stall r at 2A. X
ArrlTe at recaeatt slaUr a 8:15 r. JE
BETWZEX
Via Wlekenccre and. Vcltnre.
leave Prescott, Monday, Thursdays at3pi. .
Arrive at Phenix Wednesday and Saturday at
bum. maXlnj: connection irUh staire for
Maricopa.
Returninr, leave Phenlr Monday lad Taars-
day at 330 p. M
Arrive at Prescott Wednesday and Saturday
oa. ra.
BETWEEN
Prescott and the A. & ?.
leare Preveottstailr itt
all A. 31
Arrive atAis r err at
JQ PM
Conneectlne with tbe A t I' intio Kastacd
west.
Lear Ah Foricnpoil arrival of tratni
d ail!" at i t v
Arnie aa tm un.
UlrlL'h IS
BANK OF PRESCOTT,
PreroU- AX.
James Stewart, Sups. J. F.Meador
rieacou, t- ut preotl-
OLiVEi
00.
Ash Fork, k
T.,
Forwarding aiilCoiuniiion
Merchant-
AJtO DC4I.ca re-
General Mer
1 T
so.
RACAiTS
Magnolia Balm
is a secret aid to beauty;
Many a ladyowesJifreshg
ness to it, wl-irould rather
not.teJi, zmay&u can t tell.
"
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