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J. C Martin, Editor, WEDNESDAY MARCH, le.lWB. f BerrrH mr IHIBTHIIV. J. H. Bates, the New York admtkiag agent, after thirty years' experience ia the business, says. "I should Judge that the people of tkk country expend at least thirty times as much money in newspaper advertising as they did thirty years ago. The east increase of population and newspapers explains a considerable part of iais, but it mostly comes from the most general and freer use made of the advertising columns by the general public. All classes bare come more and more to belir-ve that the newspaper is the most impersonal, self-respecting and effective way of getUng before the public with what any one wants to say to it Thirty years ago a man who should speed $25,000 a year in the newspapers would attract attention as a large adver tiser; now there .are houses expending almost as much monthly, right along through the year, without attracting attention. Mr. Robert Bonner whose ndertikings in all direction s have been characterized by bread'h, boldness, pre . cision and success, was the first to make the public familiar to large advertising, applied in the most original manner, to build up the circulation of the Ledger to a point never attained befcre or since by any journal in this country. Although Mr. Bonner's largest newspaper adver tising was done twer.ty-five years ago, still no one has come np to the 'splendid audacity of an order for one insertioa of an advertisement to cost over $60,000. And yet in pecuniary matters he is rery exact and careful man. "It agrees with my experience that nmruwr advertisine is profitable. As I j- a I look back over the very considerable number of those whose advertising I have done, I do not no recall a single one who judiciously, perservenngly, and States army arc sot to be treated as pub lic cBOEuea when they happen to ride accroas the border ia pursuit of the In dian aurauden who have made Ufa so terrible for residents of both countries for months past cauai Money is scarce here, mares (baa it baa been for a lsag time, and it is in order far us to discuss the situation jrith a view of improving oar monetary condition. If we cannet indue the in vestment of mare capital from the out side world, it is at least worth our best efforts to fmake the most of the means at our command by allowing no waste of our scanty circulating medium. The banks and the express company could tell if they would how much money is sent from Prescott to China every month in the year, new ta return. It is a fact which cannot be denied that our Chinese absorb a kree properties of the cash daily paid oat by our white population, and it is equally undeniable that most of the money so paid to them is forever lost to us; vampire-like they cock our life blood and leave us in an exhausted condition; they are a constant drain on our resources and may be compared to the leak in our city reservoir, whkh leaves it nearly empty in spite of con stant pumping. The money paid to Chinese, if paid to white working people, would be by them returned to circula tion, beside enabling them to raise their families, the community would suffer no ASK TU JTCBT. The Mohave county Miner makes fur ther ch.v.te-: against Marshal Meade, including one that, through his deputies, be has actually furnished the very money with which whiskey was purchased and given to Indians and for the purchasing of which with money furnished by a deputy marshal two men are now incar cerated in Yuma. Such a charge, on the face of it, looks very improbable. Epitaph. If the democratic editor of the above republican sheet doubts the truth of the above statement a note for information, to the foreman of the late grand jury atFrtscott, CoL C P. Head, might enlighten him on the subject Up ZM During Arthur's administration Gen. Van Vliet was a leading figure, as he is now. He was a strong Republican, and and every one is now surprised to see him in so dose with the Democrats. Still every one likes Van Vliet, and an army officer should have no potties. But to my story. The day after Cleveland was inaugurated GeneralVan Vliet appeared at the White House and began to instruct, in the presence of others, Colonel Lamont as to bow he aud the President should carry on the administration, especially in the social way. After he had gone on at some length, one of the bystanders, who was a statesman of some promin- I eace, spoke up: loss and a healthier state of affairs would I "And pray how long have you been a When asked "What constitutes an American citixen?" General Grant repli ed: "He is an American who believes that our political rights are not grants from superiors to inferiors, but such as flow out of the order and constitution of nature. He is an American citisen who believes that the power to sustain this government is not physical, not legisla tive, but a moral force which has the energy and majesty of law. He Js an American citizen who believes in the separation of Church and State, and who has the courage to stand up for bis religious principles .and maintain them to the last" The president has sent a message to the senate on the Chinese question. Ho says 'the condition of the Chinese in the western states and territories is far from being satisfactory. All the power of the government should be exerted to main tain the amplest good faitn towards China in the treatment of these men, and inflexible stern ess of law in bringing wrong doers to justice should be insisted on. Every effort has been made by the government to prevent violent outbreaks, and the president says he is prepared to give earnest consideiation to any further remedial measures within treaty limits which the wisdom of congress may desire.' be the result If, therefore, it is desirable that the Chinese should be induced to leave, the question next in order is, how can this desideratum be accomplished ? Not by violence or unlawful means, for we are law abiding people and such ways would be repugnant to our feelings and more over would not win. A course that promises is the organiza tion of those of us whose interests uffer freely pushed good articles, of whatever the most from the presence of the heath kind, in the newspapers and did not I ens in our midst; this organisation as make at least a fair success, while a great many have gained ample fortunes. I will not mention names in support of this statement, as I could easily do, but the list is a large one. Indeed, it has been my observation that it is easier tor lars'e advertisers to make money than to keep it. Often it comes in so fast th a the head gets turned, and lavish, per sonal expenditures and unprofitable in vestments swallow up the fortunes which had thev been loncer in making, would likely have been more permanent "When business men come to look upon the cost of steady advertising as an investment, sure to pay as well as any other, and n soon as it woulet deem itself strong enough for action, would adopt such measures as would, in the opinion of its members bo most conducive to the hus banding of our circulating medium, and to the abatement of the Chinese nui sance. TXPHEX G. Maxcou. TStB BUKXTCCKT YKBBV "There is blood on our hands which cannot be concealed or robbed out," ays the Louisville Courier-Journal, wtucn tor years nas tried bcth to con ceal the blood and rub it out The blood is that which has been unlikely to be exceed-1 shed in what the novelists call "the inslv nrofiuble. thev will use it more systematically than heretofore, and re gard it as a necessary item of expense.' A corrcsj)Ondent of the New York -jSHTand Express gives the following pen picture of America's best known poetess: "I saw Ella Wheeler Wilcox, author of the "Poems of Passion," going in with a checkbook. That reminded me what a tnan from the west said about her ex cellent business qualities. When a poor ;.f .tunf1.nt r rtlTn Wtl for CUT D 1 port, her note was considered as good as Vanderbiit's. She went to a bank once to borrow some money, and gave her note for ninety days. When she returned ;o pay it, promptly the banker, who knew her trom her childhood, said: "We da not ask any interest from you; we are glad to accommodate you." To which the poetess replied: "But that would not be an accommodation, krhd as you want to be. I may desire to borrow money again, and 1 want to feel that I am pay ing the bank as good interest as a man vould pay. I wish to be considered as reliable as a man in business. He con cluded that her motto bad been to pay in full from the start, and half her suc cess was doubtless due to it G. W. Car- lciori. who published her novel, 'Mai Moutee', told me thit she was the best business literary woman or man with whom he ever bad dealings. He said that ihc could draw up an agreement that would stand every time in law with out the usual legal phraseology. In writ ing to her to attend to any matters he could mention e cr six things, but to others he usually wrote a separate letter for each thing he wanted done, or else it wcnM be neglected. Her promptness in ail dealings was something marvelous. 'Her noveLlie said, was a success finan cially and otherwise. When the poetess came oat of the bank the sun shone full upon her, and I hid a good chance to see how she looked. Her hair is a bronze color, not red, as often reported. Her mouth is pretty, complexion fair, without ceckles, and her features regular. An artist would call her face handsome and attractive. Socially, she is very popular, and much sought after by the brightest fitel'ectual circles in the east" Kentucky vendetta." It is high time that the leading journal in the south should admit and deplore this blood shed, and it is a healthy sign of a reviving public purity which demands that it shall cease. The Courier-Journal goes on farther to say that practically all attempts to punish crime has been abandoned Crime is licensed by the non-enforce ment of the law. Bail is given in mur der cases under an assumed discretion of the judge. Men accused of murder can have a change of venue and they may pack a jury at will, because the state can only issue five challenges while the accused can issue twenty. These points are by no means all in the indictment of the people of Ken tucky. Indifference, neglert, sympathy and tolerance have allowed many a red handed murderer to go at large. The North has pointed out these facts time and again, but they have been treated with scorn. Now that the very mouth piece ot tne states speak it is to be hoped there will be a change. It is sadly needed. Ex. democrat, General Van Vliet?" "Since yesterday noon, sir," was the reply. Washington Correspondence. Six Little limine No one has been able to explain why it is that a man feels he is more likely to get up in time in the morning by keep ing his watch or clock a quarter of an hour fast Never despise a friend because he happens to have grown rich. Go to him, take him aside, tell him gently of his faults, and ask him to lend you five dol lars, Little things fret and worry us. A three year old boy may keep a man in perfect misery, whereas the preseace of his eighteen year old sister would be considered a boon, Our local democracy is beginning to 000m politics somewhat Some three or our candidates are already mentioned for sheriff and from what a prominent insider told the editor of this paper re cently, we may expect some lively times in the democratic camp, with a good prospect of a split in their ranks. Time heals all thing," it is said, and what now gives fair promise of becoming a break in their ranks may heal before their con vention. Some sensation has been created among legal circles, by a decision just given by the Chancery Court at Berlin in a divorce case. The wife having been found to be the only guilty party, the court not only put her to great disadvan tage in the division of the estate, but also made her remarriage dependent upon the consent of her wronged hus band. A white gorilla, with no tail and with out hair on its body or limbs, that drinks from a tumbler and hugs and kisses its keeper, is described in the St. James Galeae as a new attraction at the Royal Aquarium at West Minister. This crea ture so nearly aDDroaches the human in That's a rather unique looking paper appeaniIICC that its duplication for dime Ewfttriil ui KsCtillMNS (IMS. Gov. Ross, of New Mexico, says the English land owners in that territory, who are doing their best to introduce the Irish land system in America, act as though they owned the government as well as the land. They terrorise courts, shoot employes of rival land claimants andiu various other ways demean them selves in an overbearing and dictatorial manner. It might be a good thing to let loose some of the cow-boys on this new element Ex. The Globe Silver Belt criricixes Judge Barnes' refusal to issue subpoenas for Nana and other Apaches, on the ground that the military are engaged in war with that tribe. The Belt denies that war has been declared, or can be declared, with persons subject to the jurisdiction of the United State, The editor of the Star again places the index finger of his right hand along side his nose and predicts something startling the early removal of Attorney Gen eral ChuxhilL Hughes has become a great "predicter" of late. His forecasts are on a par with those of Wiggins, the weather prophet Magistrate "What is the plea of the prisoner at the bar, charged with being implicated in the Roberts safe robbery? Prisoner "I beg leave to state, Your Honor, that I was there, but simply as a tool for the others."Prisoner's Counsel "I would explain, to the court that my client's name is Jimmy. Sunset Cox seems to have lost none of his modesty since attending the Turkish court He asks congress to raise his salary to $12,000 per year, grant him an allowance for clerk hire and give him $2,000 for a steam launch, Miss Julia Wormser, only daughter of Isidore Wormser, is reported to be the richest Hebrew heiress in America, was married in New York recently to Jeffer son Seligman, son of James Seligman, of the well known banking firm of that name. Turf, Field and Farm says: No sale of race horses in the world has ever attract ed the attention of the public to the ex tent that the sale of Lorillard's grand lot has done, and the demand for catalogues has been unprecedented in the history of I sales. NEW PIANO STORE. Cbrtts Street oae door north or GerUj. E. A. BAHU Of the firm of Gardner & Baird, Los Angeles, has just received a stock of CHICKERING, KNABE, GEO. STECK, HARD MAN and MARSHALL: WENDELL PACKARD, STORY CLARK AND TABER These are the finest toned in struments ever brought toPre cott, and will be sold very reasonable. A Clear Skin is only a part of beauty; but it is a part. Every lady may have it ; at least, what looks like it. Magnolia Balm both freshens and beautifies. Gotlib Urfer's Saloon & Lodging House Cortex Street, Opposite Office Row. Prescott, Arizona. Wines, Liquors and cigais of a good nality always on hand. Neat aadclean eds, well ventilated rooms. A.G RANDAL -filffi IS I OIL- FtbSStf EXHANGE SALOON Andjjodgiiig, Corner Gurley and Granite street as end of to Wo bridge loading Prescott MARTIN MAIER. PROPRI1TOR Strangers respectfully treats Montezuma Saloon AND LODGING HOUSE. Montezuma Street. A scientific chap says angle worms do not suffer when put on the hook. They wriggle about out of pure joy, we sup pose, the same as a man does when a good looking woman steps on his corns. "Why are we like angel's visits?" said Wifloc, lia-jrc H CtflfS if tfet pit; i j ft uu e auia -V wojiuui Msi yuiny weight you have there," said Alpha, indicating a curiously shaped article lying on the table of his friend Omega. Yes," said the latter, eying it critically, You know they have begun to teach cooking in the schools, and this is a doughnut baked by my sister Clio, after taking only six lessons in the domestic art At a revival the clergyman asked those who wanted to be prayed for tostand up. Quite a number rose to their feet and after the services were closed one lady was heard asking another at the door "Why didn't you stand up? I wouldn't have missed the opportunity for any thing." Opportunity for what?" "Why for standing up there and showing off your sealskin sacquel There wasn't an other in the whole church!' museum purposes can be neither difficult nor expensive. "They blamed Gov. Zuuck, when it was U. S. Senator Harrison, the republi can secretary of the senate committee on territories, who, last summer, asked for the riggers." Courier. The only blame attached to Governor Zulick was that he did not send correct "riggers" and injured the credit of the territory by placing it in a false light. The Army and Navy Register has this to say concerning the death of Captain Crawford: 'There is a general feeling throughout the army that the recent kill ing of Captain Crawford, of the 3d cav alry, by the Mexicans was an unprovoked murder, and that the murderers should, in some way, be made to account for their act From the Apaches nothing Un Vinn Vi?c mnlrl h nwdfii. hut there is a so called government in Mexico, .;r.d it ought to be possible for our gov ernment :o compel sharp investigation, m be mace by the Mexican authorities into this rc:sjable business. The facts -.tn be ascertained, and if it is found that Captain Crawford was murdered wan tonly and without provocation the men who arc responsible for his death should l seised and punished, The Mexican people should be taught to understand ht the oScers and men of the United -taraei A telegram from Atlanta, Georgia, to the New York World, says: "Atlanta, Clay county, Ala., has been the scene of Mormon triumphs lately. Landers, a preacher at the Oakridge church, which he used as a school dur ing the week, entertained a Mormon elder two years ago and allowed him to preach on Sunday. The result was the conversion of Lander's wife and son to Mormonism. to the chagrin of the father, who left the country. Later the the Mormon elders, who had increased in n&cabers, were requested to leave, but declined defiantly, saying they were ready fo spW their blood. They have now coo verted about the entire popula tion of Shinboae valley and warn people not in sympathy with them to leave in thirty days. Several such warnings are now out The Gentiles retaDincd one night last week by gathering arouni!Jje bouse of Elder Harrison and notifying him that he should not continue his work. Next day the elder's son bough a supply of ammunition, and Harrison stuck up oa the trees around this notice: Come to our hossa another night and some of you will eat breakfast in hell the next morning.' Deserted homes, separated families and friends changed to bister enemies are some of the results already accom plished by Mormonism in Alabama, and the end is not yet Under the guise of religion they are stirring up a feeling among the people that sooner or later will end in bloodshed." It is whispered that an attempt will be made by the prison commissioners to create a vacancy in the office of supenn tendent of that institution, through charges made against Supt Ingalls, and formulated some weeks ago. No legiti mate charge can be made against his official acts, and many of his friends are somewhat anxious to leam just how 2 garment "of that kind can be cut to fit without first measuring the customers. Citizen. Our allotted time is, according to the scriptures, three score years and ten, but an added clause extends it, under certain conditions, to four score. It is not a little singular in view of the provision to see how far our leading men come from enjoying their full lease of life. Han cock who recently died was only 62; Grant died at the age of 63: McClellan at 58; Geo. H. Thomas at 54; Halleck at 57; Hooker at 60; Meade at 57 and Burnside at a little less than 60. All were men of endurance and vigor, excep tionally so no doubt, and yet three score years seems to have marked the limit o their lives. Are we filling our graveyard faster than the Jews or even our daddies did? Justice Fields, of the Streme Court takes deep interest in the election inventions of Mr. Edison. "I would not," he is reported as saying, "be surprised any day to hear that he had discovered the secret that the alchemists searched for so long, and invented some method of keeping the vital spark alive foretsr. The vital spark is nothing but electricity after alL" The Citixen says: Our delegate in congress can secure a whole lot ot esteem and bundles of thanks from the people of this section by securing an appropriation of a hundred thousand for the erection of government buildings in Tucson. The rents now paid for gov ernmental offices here will far more than cover a big rate of interest on the above sum. Five years ago Mrs. Herneman, wife of William, submitted to a divorce for which 'e applied on the grounds that she had borne no children. William soon afterward married again, and now has two children. About two months ago he removed to Milwaukee from Michigan, where he bad divorced his first wife. A few days later his first wife arrived in Milwaukee and begged so piteusly to be near her former husband, whom she still id she loved more than life, that Mr. Herneman and his present wife took her in as housekeeper. They are now all &tng under the same roof, and the formeKwife seems to be exceedingly grateful foYher privileges and fond of her former hnsaand's children. And now it transpires that the so- called pardon board created by the xath Arizona legislature, who assumed the prerogative of pardoning criminals sent to the penitentiary, is an illegal body acting without any autbonty of law, as the whole power of granting pardons is vested in the governor of the territory by federal law. Star. Marshal Meade's and Gov. Zulick's friends are growing uneasy in regard to the confirmation of these two officials. Secretary Bayard received his appoint ment long after them and has been con firmed by the senate now nearly a month There is but little doubt of the confirm ation of the others but the senate seems to be in no hurry. The Santa re New Mexican com plains that the United States Marshal of that territory prefers criminal charges against individuals where there is no prospect of a conviction simply to make fees for his office. One of the most rtarkable families in the United States is thatthe Fields. They -have recently had a reunion at the house of David Dudley Field itvNe York City. One of them, Stephen one of the oldest members of the United States supreme court, another, Cyrus W. is the well known millionaire and pro motor of the original Atlantic cable: a third, Henry M is a leading divine ofl5 salmon and fur, the Presbvterian church and editor of I equal, one of thr- most influential naDera. while David nnrfW k recognized as one of I A Texas editor is uje ot the curiosi- the very ablest lawyers at the American UCf wwngton at present, by reason har. Another r-markahle circumstance h 01 nl exiraorainary long bair. He was The greatest lumber region in the world is Alaska. Alaska contains 500,- odVsquare miles of forests, a supply of trees keep the world in lumber for the ext twoNenturies. In the way of lum- Alaska has no lover, who was sitting lonesomeiy on a chair at the other side of the room. "Really,' he summered and blushed "I must give it np. Why are wer 'Because," said she, "we are few and far between." He destroyed the imilaritT almost instantlv. Oi Bradstreets announces the loss Harry Reed, of the St Johns Herald, by the Flagstaff fire, at $11,500; no insur ance. Of course our neighbor will feel the loss temporarily, but a few monthly collections of the earnings of trie Herald will set him right again. The Mexican government has ordered an' investigation of the circumstances attending the murder of Captain Craw ford. They will probably come to the conclusion that it was a case of deliber ate suicide on the part of the Captain, An eastern statistician who has been out west publishes some promising fig ures relative to the matrimonial market He declares that a woman's chances for marriage increase ten per cent when she passes the Alleghrnies, and fifty per cent when she crosses the Mississippi, Connecticut has been in the habit of paying $200 to every newspaper reporter that wrote up the proceedings of the legislature. Sometimes more that twen ty men would receive their pay in one session. An eastern exchange says that every once in a while we hear of a California woman killing a bear. This is .all right. But we challenge the world to ransack the pages of history and show where a woman has ever got away with a mouse. Southern papers announce the vindi cation of Marshal Meade from the charges made against him recently. We have not even seen a denial made of them much less a vindication. There is a probability of the Supreme court of the United States declaring the county courts of this territory unconsti tutional and of congress annulling the act which created them in a few coun ties only. The San Francisco Examiner has j made a careful investigation of the recent Apache outbreak, and says Gen. Crook deserves credit for careful man agement He who thinks no man above him but ! 1 for his virtue, none below him but for his vice, can never be obsequious or assum ing in the wrong place. Secret kindness done to mankind are as beautiful as secret injuries are detesta ble. To be invisibly good is as godlike, as to be invisibly evil is diabolical. The president has sent a communica tion to the senate from the reading of which one would imagine that Grover was absolute monarch of this country. ALWAYS ON HAND. This Lodging House has largo, fine, nice and clean rooms and beds for rant by day week or month, HATZ k TOURNOT Sazerac Saloon! to. lilliar. Hill. Gsw. W. lines, Pmriotsr, BRINKS12i errs FINE LIQUORS & CIGARS OoMfortakle CIaS ! Attack Fine Billiard and Pool Tables, for the Exclusive use and .entertain ment of patrons of the place Gurley Street, Prescott Palace Saloon, Monte imi St., east to Bonei a SJpeace I with to notify the Mblte that I bexe eopeoed tbla popular plaee and will keep ttia lading Wines. Liquors I Cigars FIRST-CLASS MUSIC EVERY EVENING. J. J. Gush, Prop. UNDERTAKER. baveaeva aawHaaraOraKh wUL b CASKETSand COFTFIN8 later annum mimlmmy Dons In thtLotmt StyU if the Art SOUTH SIDE PLAZA, Eltctric Nieiit Bell oa Girlv St Dmf C.S.Hutchinson & Co DRU&MET3 AND APOTHECARIES PJtESCOTT.A RlZOrV A. Prescription Clerk in Attendance and Ni"ht. Day Mrs. James Roach has bought out the RECEPTION Restaurant and will keep the tablet aopplled with ALL THE DELICACIES that the market affords. PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ill Kills f Girni Ir Season. Board par week , aufif jau .i . . Ji'or. J. freaeott. -7 TRADERS' BANK. KANSAS CITY, Mu. Ins 1 GchiiI Bank ng Business. J as. T. Thornton Seth Masrt - M. W. St. Clair W. R. Thornton - PacificBrewery, JOHN RllllE, Pnpritm. Bill By he hog&Md, barrel, keg cask or bottle. At the old stand oa Mbntesumft street. CALL AND SEE ME. JOHN RAIBLE. HEADQUARTERS SALOON, the fact that all four brothers have pass ed the alloted three score years and ten and yet are robust and healthy. All begun life poor and hare earned their success. a Whig in 1844, and made a vow that he would never shave his beard or cut his hair until Clay was elected president and A supposed artesian well at Santa Rosa, which was struck at the depth of forty feet, proved to derive its abundant flow from the city water company's reser voir. A surgical journal tells of a man who lived five years with a ball in his head. We have known girls to live twice as long with nothing but balls in their heads. The judiciary committee of the Sen ate have reported adversely on the nom ination of Zach Montgomery as Assistant Attorney General. Gorky Street,ne tojsostof&ce, forsscrly Arizona Brewery Saloon. FRITZ JfiSSON. Proprietor. The Best Wines, Liquors and Cigars ia the market always on hand. tur qi Draigit ir ij tin bull The New York Herald, Sun World all on the same day recently Senator Jones, of Florida, continues to assailed President Cleveland. The ad- absent himself from his seat in the sen-1 ministration appears to be losing its grip wich islands is meeting with violent ate to pay court to a Detroit girL 1 in New York. 1 opposition. It ought to be alrogated. The reciprocity treaty with the Sand Waldo House. Centrally located on Montezuma, street ?A few doors aorta ot the Flaae. First-class rooms good, clean bed and best of accommodations for the traveling public Rotas 17 Day, Wnk n MMtk BANK OF ARIZONA PBESCOTT, A. T. Bjtabllihtd, 1177. Ttic GldkSt Bak In th 1 armory. (. KJtWM,,, , , lrlaei W.SC MAStKLTIXK f .ashler DIRECTORS : Boz.Lsrwu. . W. 'Wills. Hcoo Richamd k. j(. urssnaTttt, w . k. iiAzsi.rc. CORRESPONDENTS: k r California ttaa frasrlara lauaiaw at Cm lew Tanrk . GENERAL BAXKIXG BU31XESS I TRANSACTED. DraftaandTtlecraibeExehasrc o-miliha 1 (armeiBai ciuea 01 ice uniic tlisn dooebI ua mi a eeeBeCllaafclrrr Praaapt .4tlrntla Dank Of Prescott, First National Bank, T. J. BrjTLER, F. W. Blakk. President. J Cashier, A general banking business done 3stXJXJIC5--clVJ Cafftat Prize, $(50,001 -We do Berebr certify that we npcrrlaa th tnaostmcnl for ail tba Moalblr u Qaartailr Drawl mi of the loelalaaa buua Txxterr Coaapanr. and In paraoa naa apaad control taa Dra1aa tafamiiav mfjl t&al lb aaaaa ai cor rloeiad wllh - tr.f2lroraa.aad la good f 1th XowtAmU aav. ties, ana we BlbcrlM V Cotupjjy is JJJ tBrcaltaebed.lD lUadTnleeiaaata. aw ar SSar aaa aw w r Wa tba asderelfBcd BasJu uu will pay all Prises drawn la Tb. Loajalaa State Lotteries wairh nay b prceatelat oar eojuttere. J. M. S LKJSKT Pres. Louisiana National Beak. AatCKL. m. SUBaY Pres. State National Bank. A- staLB srin. Pres. New Orleans National Bask Leskiaaa State Lattery Coafaay IopijrporalrJ In 1W Irr 2 tntrlbt Lo'iaiarsre for edaeaUoas! ara CaarXaele porpoeea wjih aeapltal ortl,naijMB c whJea a n-aarra faad of over SKAMS baa :am eaaa addd. By aaoranrhalaalBK popular vota Its fraa. ehlaawaa asada a pan cf tbe preeant tKata CouetttaUoa adopted Deoaaabtr Sd. A. D. ITS. Ita Grand Single Naaat tr Drawlaga will take place aaontAly. Ii aeret aealee er pea poaaa. lxok at tba following PUWIMMoa : awash raatd Jlaataljr AKDTHE USllMLma 11M Saaalgi Taindaj aaavwai saw aana. Under tae personal aaperrlalon aad maat ga ve GEN. G. T. BEAURSGABD. of Loaieaaa, and GEN. JUBAL A. EARLY, of Virginia. CAATU MUZE $150,101 -TMSsoea ae w m iSTor raixaa. 1 CAPITAL PR17.K SUO. 1 OKAHD PRIZE OF i hrlvd pi:ize of lo. S LAKOE PRIZES OF D 4 LARGE PRIZES OF SO PnUZES Or Slooo. SO do Suo. MO do Sao. 100 do 2oo. JO do loo. 1SW do SS. APraeziWATioa num. Approximation maws or awe. do do m an) turn ssjes . ae,aaf ssjse saosea 10AM 7jee ffitf.Tat ICO ISO too sa Prlaaa. amoeailB la. Application ror taiea to ubbb aaomu urn made only to tbe oSsee or the Company la New Orleana. For ftulaer laforaiatloa wijtaelaarly, giv ing mil addreaa. 1 WMTAS. StajTSra, Ezpreaa Monty Ordere. or Sew York Kzeaaage la ordinary letter. Csrrvncy by Expreae (all rami of-Se and npwarda at ooraxpesae) addresaad. at. A. VACrallw. New Orjaaaa. La. Hiki P. 0. Mmh Mmmmk ISS Mf). asc III StMISS MflSWII IStMR aUUKAlf ATISSTAXi MA IS Jaew ess-fewM. Sal TOM AND J. T. RESTAURANT. MONTEZUMA. STREET, Next Door to J. W. Wilson's. Will Open on the 20th Inst Will Keep the Tables Well Sup plied with ILL THE DELICACIES The Market Affords. GAME IN SEASON. Presided Vice-President - Cashier Assistant Cashier Beere, per week. $7.00 Single Hea! .. SO Ooen Day and Night. F19 W. T. GARRATT k CO. 8RASSAND 6ELLF0UN0RY MACHINE WORK EagiseeCs SappUae of Xrery Etteripatew.'' eefceww 1 aa aaad zMkii Aeeiaat Seat oa tba raelSa Braaa Work of all klnda. lamrur at Fle aad Malleable Iraa ltUaga. COR. FftwwnWT AKD XATOlf A STS. jfcv Tonsorial Palace. Gurley Street, next to Amona Brewery Bitiu, Het and Cold 60 cents shann .................. .........35 Shampooing ..................... .a) " Hair Cutting;.... 5 Three First-Class Artists Employed THE BEST OF .TREATMENT Clark k Adam's Sawmill, And Inrabrr V4r.l. rws, t ni -ooririR an.l raatic, aad may iiraeoions o MerehMUblc Ltinher. SMn-'ci iri.-i T.atha at bedrork; pricf j. Mat's, n-T)orrs asd st.isa-s If yon win; Djim. "window nd Rllnda eall on m. ax w win not. h cnrf..f oCra and Floor taken la eXAitaog ror!oa- 1, -.it n ix ij v x 3COTT Assay Office. . STATTH JssiyerariMete.lft$cal Mentis Aetajingof ererrklnd of PeckStageLine. GREY E4GLE mmtS uliri AJNJJ iJULLION Ul,t" Tr"LC Analyses of Minerals, Furnace Granite Street, Preacoit Bon stages from Prescott to Alexandri and return, once a week, carryia 1 passengers and freight. Will Leave PrMoott Evry Monday Mornin? t 7 o'clock, retnrnincr pv.irv ' a - - . Tuesday Itajp M ui M& di7 SHULL 4 AUSTIN. Products, Etc CHARGES FORASSAYINn n For SUTtr. Alose aa Lead.. " """"" 1 a Copper "a 2 Iron. . . I tests hade (QTutativs or quax- For Zinc, Tin, Arsenic. fa ' Antimony, Aiciel, Cobalt, Quicka'ilveF Or any other asetal, at rates as LOW as m coBSMtsat with careful work.