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ARIZONA
WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER.
VOL. XXI No. 50.
PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, MlRBU 10, 1886.
PRICE TEN CENTS.
Red Star
SAFE.
SURE.
25
PROMPT.
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SPECIAL NOTICES.
J A. Rush, E, W. Wells, Sumner Howard
RUSH, WELLS KOWAKD.
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Prescott, Tavapai County, Arizona. Will at.
tend promptly to all business entrusted to
them in the courts of record in the territory,
JOBS a. hem. to. i. weu.
KU8H & WILLS.
Attorney aud Counselors at Law,
JPrescoit, Arizona.
Will attend strictly to all buslncscntrnte)
them la the several Courts or Uncord of the
rritorr. Abstracts of title to mining claim
d really a:carately prepared. I'-nmpt at
l-.a i- iveu to collections.
STEPHEN G. MAKCOU.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLeR-AT-LAW.
Prescott, Arizona.
C G. W. FRENCH,
Attorkev and Counselor at Law,
MT Will practice Infill the Courts of Ariron
Oincr Over the Bank of Arizo
I'rcrcott, Arizona.
L. F. EGGERS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
DISTRICT ATTORNEY OF YAVAPAICOTJNTY,
ARIZONA.
Office in Court House J Prescott.
E. L SANFORD.
ATTORN EY-AT-LAW
Preeeott .... Arizona.
OffiM on Cortes Street, a few doors north
Tmx of JocBvai office.
lR. F. . AINSWOKTH,
I'BVtlCIAN 1ID HUKOIOI,
Prescott, Arizona.
OSlce Octacon&l Bnildlng.Gnrley street.
U. K. ilOHIXSOX.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office on Montezuma street,
One oor North of Rees? Co's Druestoru
CLAKK CHLKCUILL.
Attorney General or Arizona.
AlTOKhtV and Cocnssoor at Law
nrnci-Over the Back of Arizona,
I'rescott. Arizoaa.
W1L H. McGREW,
A TT KNKY-AT.I.AW. T. K. CO Mill S-
slONKIt anJ lor Third JJUtrtct Court,
Yvnpil coitnty. OIKro tinl dour to Ruh
d !U,l'ic..i:...T 9-2,1
J C HERNDON. J J. HAWKINS
Probate Judge
HERNDON .V HAWKINS,
ATTOROEYS .D COUNSELORS AT LAW
Prescott, Arizona.
Special attention to conveyancing and
office work of all kinds.
HENRY CLAY BURKE.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
VWIll practice In all the courts of Arlsoaa,
and before the rati- n lpartnienu In Wash
ington, I C
OOca-Room No S,orr Ilmk of A.-lsoaa.
Prescott, A T.
airaad Kafllr.
Twi blaiiVeU kh! a boy robe vriil 1
rfi!J at th? Precoit ITcUf c, f oon all tbe
binces are wM. IIigbt tbrox takes the
rob, next !iigLetoae blanket ami the low
est throw the otber. Ticket i f I. Apply to
Lxmard Hanselmas, tf
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STARTLING SCIENCE.
rBEttCOTT HCIUTUraTHKaiY
Ktcraal Use a Baaa taaeVbtalarw. by
mearAlas the -arlh rale.
Hders of Jules Yeroa's "Trip to the
Motn" will be to rised to learo that the
feasibility of reaching that plaact by means
of the ordiiary coursa of navigation is
among the possibilities of achievement,
through tbe sgescj of human invention and
research . Of course tbe simple announce
ment during the present age of a'beliel in
the feasibility ot Jsucbja project, as a rail
road to tbe saoon. will be. received with as
much laOedtiiity as an overland railway
connecting the Atlantic and Pacific, or an
ocean cable,cnnntcticg tbe two hemispheres
would hare Ucn one hundred years ago.
When Columlmi, three hundred jesrs ago,
asserted his brliej in the existence of a new
world lying westward from all tin t was
then known of the earth, he was looked
upon as a man from whom reason had
flown. So to-day, notwithstanding all the
progress that has b.en made in the knowl
edge of the arts and sciences d'iring tbe
pat century, demonstrating the untoid
possibilities of tbe future, the man who at
tentats to demonstrate even on principles
of science,thc practicability of uch an en
terptise will be looked upon as a crank and
a lunatic.
a reporter's rich rrxD.
The reporter of this piper in bis energetic
tffjrta to pursue tbe fleeting item of news
has unearthed In our midst, right here in
Prescott, a gintleman who lias certainly
taken 3-jvral steps in advance in Kieotiuc
theories of any that are laid down in the
ordinary text becks. It is no les a propo-l
tion than that alltbe planets at: connected by
a sort of umbilical cord in the shape of
isthmuses, the same as North and South
America are joined by the Isthmui of Pan
uma. Startling tnd unreasonable as the
theory may appear, who is there tint can
srainssv ill Etwt prozress that has ever
been made in scientific research bis been
at tbe expense and overthrow cf fovie pre
viously ncceptei scientific principle, and
while this new, and, with ur pretest
knowledge, unreasonable proportion con
flicts with already establuhed tl.eorirs.wbo
can say with absolute certainty that at the
poles ot the iarlh such a condition does
not exist which binds our p!ant to others
of tbe universe
THE MlaTAIES OF GEOGRAPHY.
As a preliminary to tbe above theory, the
gentlemen in qatstion first informed the
scribe that the present theories of the
spherical form oi the earth were erroneous.
Geographic, be said, taught us as an illus
tration of the spherical fhspe of the earth,
and as a proof ol that theory, that tbe masts
of approaching vesfels on the ocean could
be Fecn before tbe hull. Tbif, he con
tinued, was only ttue as to vessels pursuing
an easterly or wefterly course and was not
true of vessels approaching from tbe north
or south, in which Caies the hull was visible
as soon as the mat. This, be ssid, dem
onstrated the corrtctnefs of his initial the
ory, that instead of the earth being round
as an orange, as ttught in geographic, it
rotundity was in tLe nature of a rolling-pin
flattened at tbe cuds or poles as taught in
modern text books on the subject, only to a
greater degree.
SOME ORIGINAL OBSERVATIONS.
Preftcott being an inland town and there
being no vessels approaching from either
point ot the compass to demonstrate the
fallacy or correctness of the scientist's the
ory, the reporter rtaolved on taking obser
vations on such objects as were at his com
mand and accordingly established a tem
porary observatory at tbe intersection of
Cortex and Gurley street, the former pre
senting a commanding viow of approaching
objects from the direction of tbe poles and
the latter giving him tbe same opportunity
as to eastern and western directions. But
a few minutes elapsed until tbe Whipple
ambulance "hove to"1 around the corner into
lower Cortex street and by means of a stop
watch and otber modern tnstrumsnts for
observation, it was n ited that the hoofs of
tbe mules were visible contemporaneous
with their ears. Aftrr carelully n ting this
observation bis gtze was directed in an
easterly directisn, and by a fortuity of
circumstances he had not long to wait be
fore a number ot pointed objects, which,by
a great stretch of the imagination, might
have been taken for tbe masts of a vessel,
were seen approaceing the summit of Capi
tol Hill. The nearer they approached tbe
taller the objects appeared until the brow
of tbe hill was reached, when Gov. Trifle's
pack train of burros appeared in fall Tiew
on the horizon, the tall pointed objects
first seen being their ears.
A LITTLE HEARING IS DANGEKPXS.
The scientist's theory thus far having
b?ca fully dsmonstrated to the skeptical
mind of the reporter, he aband ne-J his
temporary observatory and rcp:."'d to the
studio cf tbe scientist to seek a -till further
outline of this ren'.Iy startling scientific
tin cry, prepared to drink without qualms
or misgivings the most copious draughts
from the Pyeiian fountain.
HERE K A "STCXXRR."
At tbe poles, the srientist explained, was
vast extent of territory where life was
jwrpetual and where that grim ferryman
Cb. roa obtained no passenger-) fie his batk
over the mystic river Styx. In explanation
of tbi, be sud that heat, cold, light and
darknes constituted the c'emcntJ of life
and death. As tb; iitflucnce of the sun
never reached this spot there was neither
liea'. nor light, darkcc cr cold in that vast
expanr. r.nomslpii! as 'such 4a condition
may seem, and the fortunate mas who ever
reached the ciiclc of that enchanted spot
would at once obtain
THE liOON r ITIirEICAL XJFK,
The bnie, ihe highest and fondest longing
and ambition of the human saul. A men
tal observation of the confirmation of this
theory was noted by the reporter in the tact
that th history of Arctic expeditions will
show that a very large percentage of thoeo
who have ventured on them have lieen
transformed to that cuppoxed state of im
mortality in that region and have never
been beard from sine. While tbe world
generally supposes that they have found an
icy tomb anong'thi icebergs and Arctic
snows of that regian, it is just barely
possible that they bare retched the charmed
circle where, in tbe twilight ofapw, thty
can live forever and make wry face at the
"reaper of life's harvest" and defy hh p.wer
and authority.
svm's hole knocked out completely.
Continuing the scientist remarked that
millions of dollars were spent to save tbo
souls ot men and obtain for them immortal
life in a home of pi rpetual bliss, while im
mortality and life eternal was to bo had by
imply cutting a passage through tbe ice
to the north pole.' At the poles, be ex
plained, would be found, not only this par
adise, but instead of a hollow aperture
leading to tbe center ot tbu earth, at
claimed by the celebrated Syms, an isth
mus connecting the earth to another planet
and this connected to another an I so on
ad infintum, tbe moon being in this.way
joined to uur pwn planet, a la Siamese
twins, Th'B probably account ior the in
fluence oi that opaqne luminary on the
tides, and the simple suggestion may cn
able other men, given to scientific research,
to aotve problsms in science which are at
present sbroouded is mystery.
ALL ABOARD FOR THE HODN,
This fact being established, however tbe
feasibility of m railroad to the moon must
become appareut at once. The first .-tep
to be accomplished is to get within the cir
cle of perpetual lite and being assured ol
living forever, theie need be no greater
hurry in constructing the line than there
has been in the construction of tbe
Prescott, Arizona, Central Railroad. With
the onward march of science the travel of
that age will be by electricity at the rate of
1,000 miles per second, when one can take
breakfast at the north pole, stopefffora
lew minutes on the north star, survey the
beauties of Venu, take ajpia around Mars,
dine with Jui iter and still be on time to
see the 'man in tbe nioon' before bed time.
When all these have become actual realities
the name of Prescott will have become im
mortalized in the ancali of the world' his
tory as tbe home of tbe scientist who first
made the discovery ol the existence of the
condition whirh made them possible.
The Mre Beeard.
The fire record for the yea1 ending Feb.
28tb, shows that during the yar there were
13 alarmi.
The lost for the yc'ar was very small ow
ing to the efficiency and promptness ot the
department.
Tbe first alarm was struck at 2:10 p.
March 31st for a ch'mney fire in the store ot
Geo. II. Curry; Hose Company No. 2 and
Hook Jb Ladder No. 1, arrived about tlm
8&me.time. No stream turned on. llo-c
Co. No. 1, was not yet organized.
April 20tb, 8 '10 P. x, false alarm, all
companies ont ia season; no fire, no record .
April 22; 1.20 p x; alarm for fire in
Thome's chimney, Cortez Street; coinpan
its all out, but not needed; no stieain, to
record.
May 31st, 9:35 a x; alarm for fire on
Granite Street in Hath sway's house; fltwe
Co No 1 first on ground and turned on first
stream. Hose Co No 1 and ll ok & Lad
der not doing any work.
June 12; 11:44 P m; alarm given for lire
. . i .
in woods, iwtn companies respouaeu
promptly, No 1 being out first; there Iwing
no fire, no record made.
July 4th; 6:45 P x;fire in Chinese wash
house in alley back of Montezuma Street
Hose Co No 1 turned on first stream.
July ; 3:39 p x; alarm for tire in rear
of Williams Bouse Restaurant. No stream
turned on.
July 20th; 9:30 a M,firc in Mi low's barn.
Hose Company No 2, assisted by Hook Se
Company extinguished the fire.
July 33d, 7:35 p m; false alarm; all three
companies responded in good time.
July 30th, 1:45 ax; fire in bed next to
Tiger Stable. First stream by Hose Co
No 1.
October 7th, 8:30 px; fire on Granite
Street in bouse owned by CRjall, Hose Co
No 1 turned on first stream.
November 7th, 6:50 a x; fire in Bicon's
House, Montezuaa Street; fire extinguished
before arrival of department. No stream
turned on.
January 9tb, 1186, at 5 o'clock p x; fire
in smoke bouse in rear of Stephens' meat
market. Hose Company No. 2, turned on
stream; loth companies attaching to hy
drant at Lion Store about same time.
To recapitulate there were, during the
year. 13 alarms, of which three were false
At tbe ten tires no record was made at 4.
Of tbe remaining 6, the Toughs got 4
recerds and the Dudes 2, counting tbe
smoke house fire, the languag of the rec
ords, of which is somewhat ambiguous.
Cal. Bcseta' letaiw.
Ou next Saturday night at the court
house Col. Eggers will deliver a lecture,
entitled tbe "American Pioneer," for the
benefit of the Women's Relief Corps . Thi
aociatioa hts but recently oigitnized in
Prescott, but within tbe last few years these
charitable orders have been started in
nearly every state and territory in the union.
Their object is t specially aid and assist
the Grand Army of the Republic, and all
union veterans who need help tnd to ren
der assistance to the widsws and orphans
of those who fell ia the late civil war. To
find them homes and employment and
sure them of sympathy and friends. To
care lor tbe sick and tcleive the distressed
and cccdy. Their benevolent work has met
with bcaity support and commendation
from everyone who knows of their diluta
ble labors.
We predict for the Women's Relief
Corps ot Prescott, a generous response from
the good people of otir mountain city,
whose hearts and purses arc always ready
and open to aid such a noble and
charitable object.
raaaasBBtlaa Carea.
An old phvsiclan, retired from practice,
havinsr had placed In his hands by an East
India missionary tbe formula of a simple veg
etable remedy for the speedy and permanent
cure of Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh,
Asthma and all throat and lun? affections,
also a positive and radical care for Nervous
Debility and all Nervous Complaints, after
barinir tested its wonderful curative powers
in thousands of cases, has felt it his duty to
make it known to his sufferinc fellows, Ac
tuated by this motive and a desire to relieve
human sufferinc, I will send free of charge, to
all who desire it, this recipe. In German
French or Enclish, with full directions for
fireparingand using. Sent by mall by address
or with stamp, naming tnl paper, W A.
NOTIS, law Powsr's Block. Roahester. New
York. JfavJsa ow ly
The Taasha' rite Barw-
(COUMUNICATKD.)
The fire record which the Journal-Miner
published yesterday in entirely incor
rect. In the first rlace. Dude Co No 2,
claiming chimney fire at Geo. U. Curry's
store before tbe organization of Toughs Co
No 1. If so wo" claim first work and water
on the Kendall drug store fire, a few days
previous, ot which we claimed no record,
having streams on fully 15 minutes before
arrival of Dude Co No 2. Since our organ
ization, April 2d, 18C5, our fire record ns
shown by secretary's hook, and which the
Chief of the department will sanction reads
i follows:
April 20tb, 8:15 p m; all companies out
no record.
AprU 22d, 1.15 p m; chimney in Thome's
house; Toughs No 1 first out; ordered home;
lo record.
May 31sf, 9.30 a an; fire on Gmnito St.
natbaway's bouse; Toojjhs Oo No 1 ex
tinguished fire; Dade Co 2, doing no woik.
June 12, 11.45 p. m Alarm of tire iu
woods; Toughs, No. 1, first oat. No,
cause for alarm; no record.
Jnly 4, 6.39 p. m. Chinese wash house
in alley back of Montezuma street. Tongbs
No. 1, tint at fire; first stream.
July 20, 8.30 a. m, Fire in Milo's barn.
Dudes, No. 2, first at fire; first stream.
July 22, 3.15 p.m. Fire in Kendall's
restaurant. Tough-, No. 1, first at fire;
turned on water.
July 23. False alarm, Toughs, No. 1,
being out first; no rvcord.
juiy on, p. m. tin in shed next to
Tiger stable Toughs, No. 1, turned on
stream, extmguisqed fire. Dndes, Zlo.
did not put in an appearance
Octaber 7; 8.30 p, m. Fire on Granite
street; house owned by Charles Ryall
Toughs, No. Lfirstat fire. Plenty of hose.
first water; extinguished firs.
October 13. Alarm struck by order of
Chief Long for practice. Toughs, No. 1,
first water, winning by five seconds
November 2, 6 30 a. m. Fire in Bacon's
bonse. Toughs, No. 1, first eit; No. 2 iu
rear. No record.
January 9, 4.43 p.m. Fire in smoke
house, back of Tragic market. Teushs
No. 1, first at hydrant; first stream and re
cord. See Section 19, Board of Deletes,
special meeting, Oct. 9, 1885, which reads
as follows;
Section 19 Tbe first company at a fire
shall attach to tbe plug and tbe second
company lending its hose to tba otber shall
have the right to use the nozzle. The com
pany first at the hydrant shall have credit
on tbe record for having first turned on
stream.
February 19, 4 p. m. Alarm struck by
oidcr of Chief Long for water tet, Toughs,
No. 1, laying two line ot hose, making two
connections and getting two streams, win
ning by tweuty seconds.
Oour record for the new year commences
with fire "f March 4, 3 30 a. m. Fire in
buildibg owned by Mrs. Lount. Toughs,
N?jJifitiLilthldran1 takjrjgJIitrrCOToTj
See Sec. 19, Board of Delegates' special
meeting, October 9, 1SS5.
WE WON THE MEDAL.
Touous.
aw ta Bat Break nut.
Cas ell's Msi;azine give the followinc
advice ot how to eat breakfast: The first
meal f the .day, ur breakfast, is in this
country with tli'in in health, at all
events a fairly substantial one.
Breskfast on -hl to be eaten eailv in the
morninir, an i eaten slowly, so at too ore
dude the possibility of eating too heavily.
A man or woman who is no breaklait
eater must either be a heavy overheavy
supper cater cr be in a bad state of health.
Cheerful conversation injures the easy
digti-tiou of a good breakfast. It is a pity
that in this country the cistom of invitine
friends to the mitutinal meal is not more
prevalent.
Ham and eggs, bacon aud egg', or a beef
steak or underdone chop, with boiled eggs
to follow, and then a cup of tes, is a sensi
ble breakfast for a man who is going out in
to tbe fresh air to walk or ride or work till
noon, but not for a person who has to sit
all day in tbe same position at manual la
bor.
Intellectual or mental wotk conducesjto
appetite.
Sak.ta Csarl rsraeeetllasa,
A man was recently arrested on a
charge of stealing. An officer brought
him before a Dakota justice of the peace,
when the prisoner said:
"J edge, I object to this; I want to be
let eff awhile,"
"Pris'ners Djec'shuns ain't gener'ly
considered very hefty by this Court,"
replied the justice, sarcastically...
'Yes, but I'm wilhn to be tried, but I
want to git off for just a little while."
"No, sit! The law must take her co'rse
ev'ry time."
"Can't let me off half an hour?"
"Not if the court knows herself."
"But you see, Jedge, I had jist struck
a man out here for a trade on my near
hoss, when the officer "
"Which 'un did you say the sort?"
"Yes."
"Why, Jones, I can give you a darned
good trade, if you want something to
match that off horse o' yourn. This court
is adj'umed till t'morrow at ten o'clock
come ut to the barn and look over
my roan mare."
Ha Chaare Far Mlta.
"Mamma," said a little Fifth-ward
boy lagubriously the other day as he laid
down a volume of biographical sketch
f the Presidents, " I don't believe I'll
ever be a President. I ain't got the
chance; I wasn't brought up right!"
"Why, child, you have the same
chance that other little boys have?''
"No I ain't! I wasn't born in a leg
cabin, nor I ain't drove a team on the
canal, nar had to read the spelling book
by the light of a pine knot, nor had to
split rails or nothin' else like the rest of
the boys who got there. I tell you,
mother, I'm handicapped on this Presi
dential business." Elmira Gazette.
;!T
ADREM.
Sir.u geir, but a week before.
Giving pleasant word for word, '
Smile for smile, and nothing morel
Can yoti tell whit 1 wk or tone
F.rct Hi's tide of fee'ings slirr'd!
What Strange tremor broke the calm
Ot cur frieniiiy gree'iug
gave
Such tumultuous, will delight
In the meeting of tte eyes I.
And the tiuch of palm to palm?
All the gladm-iis of good day
All tr e passion of gcod nigh'!
Wu9 it then a swift surprise
To your sou! a to my own?
Did you natch the words uu-aid
O.i ruj iips auj dreams
awake
All tho long night, for my sake
List in fan -j's ejgT bins
At tbe phnntomuf a kis?
Was it not enough for yaars
Wealth enough, to list to death!
What strong love beyond control
What so blent u, soul to 'soul
Pulse with puUe, und breath with
breatl t
One briet meeting at the Itut
Oace your dear srms round me cist,
Hurried woid and burning tears
Kisses (Ah, how sweater for
Than r Lo dreams of kisses are) !
Last good bye but no ore
knew,
What we found and lost 1 Wc twol
Jadae Kelly aad Bobaon.
A good story is told of an encounter
Judge Kelly recently had with Stuart
Robson, the comedian. They met at a
hotel in Philadelphia, and being intro
duced Mr. Robson said: "They tell me
you are the father of the house."
'That's my proudest title," responded
the Judge.
"Then I suppose I'm one of your dis
carded children a waif so to speak,
and a prodigal, who is waiting for you to
ring the dinner bell and carve the calf.
served in the XXXIXth Congress
myself."
"Is it possible?" responded the Judge.
"My memory is ordinarily good, but I
do not recall "
"Don't mention it," interrupted Rob
son. "Don t mention it, I beg of you
I accept your apology- not another word
my dear fellow not another woid. I
was mot a fixed star, you know. My
merits were not recognized. I was not
appreciated. My career was nipped in
the budjilja-hatrpu call him's rat,
was not re-elected, but I have n hard
feelings towards you on that account, I
assure you. We will not let it stand be
tween us."
"You were a member of the XXXIXth
Congress," said the Judge musingly.
"No. sir, you misunderstood me.
aian t say l was a memocr. 1 was a
page. I cleaned spittoons and that sort
of thing and wasn t re-elected, don't
you sec? But we'll 1st by-gones be by
gones." Inter Ocean.
Nelson II. Biker, District Attorney,
Westchester C. N. T., office at White
Plains, writes June 20, 1685: ''Five years
I, my two son an 1 wifu were vtry liable
to colds. Wc wore the heaviest clothing,
wrapping ourselves up very warm; but it
was coughs, colds and catarrh all tbe time.
Finally we commenced wearing Allcock'a
Porous Piasters as chest protectors. Toe
first year we got rid of all bcavy flannel as
well as all coughs and colds. We tach
wore two Plasters on the chest and pit of
tbe stomach for three or four weeks at a
time, then washed tha parts with alcohol
and put on fresh ones; they appeared to
wcrm and invigorate the whole body so
that wa never took cold."
The an Francisco Weekly A!ta will be
sent to any address thirteen weeks on tria
for 25 cents. Splendid premiums are offered
to yearly subscribers .
THE WEEKLY ALTA,
tf San Francisco, CjI,
Letter tdst.
The following is the list of letters
remaining at the Post Office in Prescott,
Arizona, for tbe week ending March 4;b,
1886:
Anderson B
Chase J S
Campbell Elizi
Dormer Nick
Evans K
Franklin Itupi!
ni'dreth Jus (3)
Hollidsj E P
LeYan Nett c
May James B
McClurc S P
Matbews Cr-t Miss
Patrick L Mrs
aldemeycr W
Williams Enoch
Wright Dan
Wilson W W
Watson Henry
Luccy Henry
Call for advertised letters.
I H A Maiisb,
Postmaster
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder cevsr varies. A marvel of
pnritv, strenu-h and wholesom- res. More
economical thsn the ordloarjr itnds and can
sol l ..J r! In roicnetltlon with the multitude
nf inv.Mi short c k-ht. ilnm or phosphate
powders, tsold only In cans, ltoyai BAKini-
rowder Co, 100 .WaU Street, .lew lorK.
mi
PRESCOTT HOTEL
Fine Rooms 50caiid $1 Per Day.
THIS HOTEL, W UESSJiiSTSEES OPENED, IS yVE
and furnished in every particular with all the convenience
it make it a
It ia situated in the center of the city, within fifty yardi of the
Postoffice, and is the MOST CONVENIENT HOUSE in Northern
Arizona. Particular Attention Paid-to the Comfort of my Guests.
HK13. AUMUIjLER, Proprietor.
escott.J 1 5 .
KELLY & STEPHENS
.AT
GOLDEN RULE STORE,
Iisve :l Larcrstacd tfost CmfnnjPiircLsMd.Btock
Of General Merchandise !
lfertt 6-b to A3-S onsMUbUslcxwi.t In AriZ9&JC3
Alsi a Complete stock of the Famous Orsgon Cassiim Clithiif. Bla
Lined Go6.s7 Pacific Coast Flame Uidirwiar,
AND AN ESDLE3H VARIETY OF
Buckingham Us ; i ' . Un rivalled Manufact
Boots and Shoes.
Magnificent Selection of Ladies' and Children's Shoes, just arrive
o
Feellse gntefnl for tha HI. ill -xatronage beslewed npon them la th past, they win earsesUr endeavor
merit a coiU i cure of the uiae Jth fetors.
C-s-NORlHW&s CORNER OF THE PLAZAjtf
W9
JarLtl LJ
THE LEADiHO HOTEL OF PRESC0TT
The Only Hotel in Northern Arizona With
Hard Finished Eooms.
SITTING AND DINING ROOMS ARE THE LARGEST
AND BEST APPOINTED IN PRESCOTT.
Plrst-Class m Every Respect
BOARD PER WEEK, $7.00.
H. A. Kendall. Proprietor.
PIONEER HOTEL,
THE ONLY HOTEL IN TOWN.
a-. SCETJEIwlIii-iT, Prop.,
(Succeessor to Dan Hatz,)
SOUTH MONTEZUMA STREET, PRESCOTT.
Board and Lodging Per Week - - - $10
Board, By the Day - - $1
LARGE AND
I V .I II. c I
Pam.;r -. Auzuv tnsr 7. 183."i.
aftjgb the: fire;
The Cottage Hotel at Ash Fork.
REOPENED.
The undersigned respectfully inform the citizens of Arizona and the public
generally thxt they have re-opened near the Railroad Depot
at Ash Fork,
-A. Hr E "W l--E OTEL
Where can be found the best
with the
Sample & Cluh Rooms,
The houss has also a line corral aud stable attached with plenty
of Hay and Grain.
Evembodir Invited and Root for all.
Ash Kort. Ariz.
'
Jan. 2s;tt, 1KS4.
Mutual RessfVe Fund Life Association.
-r
liTtFSa. Fz-oastctoxx.
33.
Total .Vimthrr iif Policies Issued, -
Xol Amount of Insurance Written,
Assets, - -. -
Reserve FunJ,
rcrcct Daily New Business,
Losses Paid, - -
One Mortuoary Assessment 1'r.xiuccs. - -
Anionnt iuvfotted in U. S. Ilosi-Jttn'd I.otids.
Aruoinit dftjiorfiti'd with Insurance Deparlnifnt, ?fpwVork.
We ar ritinsta larer-;
nmo uiit of II. . -r
ance than aov ' cr
company or aio.-. ioj
In ihe L'niW-5.
Onr ehai-res f r r
rvlnc rit ar .t and
equitable, at I--- i
boifclita per 1 ui Itii
rates of th- o d l.v 1
pretalam comiunir.-.
RA7IcSwlthai:r; PRVK
FUXD.The NET KAKN
IN'GS of the A-socIs
BRYANT BUILDING, 55 LIBERTY ST., NEW YORK CITY.
THE:
1AMS HOUSE.
ALTIY ROOMS,
til DeIiTee4 tc any part of Tow
accommodations.
hotel are
In connection
also Fine Billiar dTable.
- - r -www
Mr. Jc axks. valtcr
Cook.
-
- - -
- " .
3 5,000
S5iO20.O00.0O
C1S.9II.63
-45is50.20
2-0,000,00
1. f 5,00a 00
150,000.00
-J05,000.00
100,000.00
- i'
I- u sre ret'ir-i
laeraberf.
ic. i:
AMe aiid resposslUe
lrii" irntc"f I vnt ia
X W 'ri f 1.'.. rnn.
a and Southern eUlifonsia.
TTinUJ lo.'orrastlon.
'Ciirriil Aceat.
Vmtrmtt. AiHtraara
ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINE!.
(BTBAat rtUlTTXJHs sMCML)
The akixoxa. Jorixii-aan la pah
Uhid arerr dalnth.weakueaSlaaaar
Th e Arxsox a wxaxLY Jouxwal-X laaaia
eab.ishcki every WeUneadajr at Pntoatu tha
ipltal or the Trruory.
BT
BA rv.
Devoted ta tha matuwtil mm K.l.
strata of taa Te rritorr.
DAILY par year llgja
oa.year. a.
M six vtM a m
Money may be remitted by registered latlar.
st oce onter or draft.
lae JocRssL-MirHawin he delivered b
rricr u subscribers In the cltr for Si cat
weeL.
Loci! notices will be Inserted at ftflaaa
its a Use for the flrat f&acrtioa aaa tat.
tnts per line for each subt equeat tnstrsWai.
Correspondence on all subject ot naaral
uiteraat will b. accepted, as, newt frata aay
bvuuku, cwauj irea ut ajtJaf
All eommnnlcsuona should ho irm.i ta
.nx JocR-fiiMmia, Prescott, ArisoBa.
i- C. I'AM. Room No. GS, Merchants' Zx-
i..kt-.j9u f luctKo, is sola aas&Tror aaa
JouMAi-Misia in that elty. Ha
IO rU.l 'to collect mo&.T. dm till
"l iMiAh nent, IsXe aniiri for aulramaiBB,
j mffl.i ii an? oiaer business devolvta
Ton him as th reporentatlve fth.aaa-
brr. Tub Da t Juuxwai.-li'iaBa aaa
Xxcvr lnrrKMi -Miner will b foaaa oa
at at hts oSlce.
Batea at Le-ral AdTertlatast.
rltr Sales.
lemons. District "" rt ..
2 tnraons Juailce Court
f jifo'taro
L nd Office tXotic for Puhllcatloa) .
. Uaa
. aaa
as
. Sao
i;'pi.amuoD jor i-aient.
A.1CQ1B
1 minis tiatora Notice.
THIS PAPER
may nz Fotrvu cm
I1LE AT Sifja. f.
TCtLU.it Baaj
BasT
(Ml
iTHMD, WWXXB AD
iliRttn COSVTUOTS
rT ba mtU Jar Via
NEWYWK.
Hall tMtate Tlaae Tafele ta aaa
rreaeau.
Mai tor southern portion of the Territory
ad Pacific Oast leaves daily at 8:30 a. as.,
s Phenix and Maricopa. Arrives at 6-09
01.
Mali tor the Eastern Stat&s riaA.sk P.
d. R. .eaves daily at 6-00 p m. Arrive
t7jl p.m. daily,
Mall for Bradabaw, vis UassayaaiBa,
lot-no, Meeiville and Alexandria, Ieavas
iUndays and Fridays at 1 a. m. Arrives
ncsdays and Saturdays at C p. cn.
Mail for Phenir, 'via Antelope alley,
tanton. Wicltcnbarh and Vulture, lent
londays. Wednesdays and yridays at t a.
n. Arrives Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sat
'lays at 6 a. m.
Mail for Juniper, via Simmons leave
nrdays and Tuesddys at 7 a. m.; arrives
vt ulavs and Fridays at 6 p. m.
J. II. A. Marsh. Postmaster.
Atlantic & Pacific Railroad
TIME SCHEDULE.
""WEST
BOUND STATIONS.
KXWT
BOUND
(Mountain Tlra)
420am
95Jan
l'J II a tc
lOSSaa
It 10 am
13&tp m
iSpm
Stints
l.t Aincqaero.ee.,
Oooltlce
11 Up as
caap m
5BBa
SSpaa.
2MIB
UZpn
lo as a as
laata
73asa
ssaaaa
2 loam
iota aa
USBpta
sltpaa
2t0paa
llUpa
SlOaa
saeana
l5pta
16 SB aaa
.Callaix.
.Manuelito.
-Navajo 8prinxw
Hoi brook
Win slow
Canon Diablo.,,..
Plant afi-
'William
4M PB
8 23pm
szipni
BMpm
32iam
3?J a b
4 35 am
7aoam
4ian
1221 pm
-Ash Fork.,
-Poach Bpnntrs
iiaeaoerry..
...Klnaman .
-The Needle
Fen nor
Lni!ow
Daet-eU
303 pm
tianuw
(IVeinsTlnie)
,H Bernardino .
610 p m
6 35pm
Stfani
tbtam
..JSan Dlro
.National Cltr
liup
m
.1vj A rlc .-
633 pm
10 'Jam
MoJT
Id is a as
aaapaa
ArSn Franeiscn Ur
Meal Station.
Throat; tn ket to all important eltlsa east
and west on sale at the principal station.
-STAGE CONNECTIONS.
Via La ana to the Indian village of Aco
,18 mile.
xnVla WIncate to Fort WlnxaU, 3 mllM;
ont.4Smllee.
Via Manuelito to Fort DeOsnee (Navajo
A srer tj) 23 miles; Canon d. Chellc, to tall.;
Ke on Canon. o miles.
t'laHoIbrook.trl-weekly ttage., ta Fort
A ache. So miles: Sptlnterrtlle K sail.:
aow Low. 5o mlUs; Taylorrllle, 35 milt.;
jicjul Indian VII, ae (no regular ttagM) tto
mile.
Via Navajo, dally stages to St- John. 51
miiea: BDnnxerTiiiv-o mut.
Via
a winsiow to J
olJ-lgbam City and Suncat
:. tlailr tae ta PrMeott
Via Ash Fork, tlaili
and Whipple Barracks. 54 mile; daltr
from prasccu to Phcnlx nd tii-wackly Mac
u r on eras.
Via P. acb Spring to the Grand Canoa of
the Colorado. 13 ml les.
Via Kingman, dally truce to Stoektoa
Hill, lo miles; Mineral Park. IS mil; Craat
14 mile.
Via Yacea to Signal. to mile.
Via The Needled. steamr2to Yuma.lCoI
orado river agency, Kort MnJave, M0t City
Uardyrtile, Arizona, and Kl Dorado Canon,
Nevada.
W. A. BIS9ELL.
General 1 saenger Agnt.
D. B. UOBIN-sON,
General Manager, a lbnquerque.N. M.
ARIZONA STAGE CO
Carrying U. S. Mail an d WF
& Co's. Express
PfiESGOlT ind MAJUOOFA
Via 6ILLXTT
Urn Frra.t staUy at.
Arrive raesu
ArrlfO at Martraaa at
m r.m
ConaectiBg;
with
a. r. K
R- trains Cast
and West.
Stare for the Morta.
Leave Maricopa oa arriral t Trains
from the West at 7:U
arrmtineaaisilyat. BA.JB
AcrlTe at Fseswatt stasis- at : r.
BETWEEN
V ia WlrkMlttBrr nrt VBlbtn.
Leave Prescott, Mocdar. Thursdav at3oj
Arrive at fhenlx tVednesday and Saturday at
5i ra.mskinff connection with stage for
Maricopa,
Returning, leave Phenlx Monday and Tbars
dav at 330 p. M
Arrive at Prescott Wednesday and Saturday
a ui.
-BETWEEN
Prescon and the A. i P.
taTe Pusnoatslalt-r ml
-r
Conneeetlng with the A P train Eartaad
mn at .in ora at.
7-JPl
wcw
av. Ash Fork npon arrival of trains
dallrat w
Arrive at trtt - wii-w
OFKICK IN
BANK OF PRESCOTT,
PntMitf A ff
Jame Btewart, Bupt. ' ' J. F.M.aaor
neeou. Agt- at Prscott-
OLIVER CO.
Ash Fork, L T.,
Forwarding aadCoHaUMiM
MercMaints
ABT DBAtBaJI I!
Gemeial JsCerohmndiM
Did you Sup-
pose Llustang- Liniraent only good
for horses? It is for inlrwM
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