VLL. XXI No. 52.
PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1886.
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SYMPTOMS OF A
oa of n ppei itc. UoirtU rosllTe, Pals ta
the farad, with a dull eenaatlaa ta tao
back part. Paia under (be aider
blade, Fnllneaa after eatlac, witaaals.
ioclinailon to exertion of body arKlad.
JrrlimbllltTof temper, Low apirita, wltk
a feelinc of barloi neelected aoaie daty,
Wearioeas, Dizzlneaa, Flattering as tba
Heart. Ioia before the errs, lleaaacfca
aier tbn rizht eye, Keatleaaaaaa, Sri lb
fitful dream. Ilishly colored CrlaVB, w
IU'"S PILLS are especially adapt!
to sach eases, one dose effects ucb m
change of feelings to astonish the sufferer.
Tbey Inrrease tbe Appetttead cause tba
body to Take ou ale.u.tnas tea system la
nonrUheil.aiHi t-yt-eirTonta Actio oa
prfvlorxl. PHw -J .'.-. A t Mnrray M.W.T.
TUTT'S EXTRACT SiRSlPAWLIi
ftenor&te tae Ulr. mates healthy zSeao,
trense th weak. rrpaL-Y tba wastes of
' the t-jsim w;ti pure blood aad hard muscle;
tows Uie tu-rrous system, laeteorate tba
la. ao 1 Imparts the vior 01 manhood.
I . -SoM l.v druirsfcts.
OFFIC nil .Murray St.. New Tartu
HOW TO BUILD THEH
A lirir Uut, cmnt cota ud
lull dettxxiMitjBU of AfrUnrabia
tnodrrn doom, ootmg from
s lHUcptO,tfW froSl
Uklfra ltO rlVai7X ITlaV
a Original dMA.llOQi aV-sU
to Xt CDSlra dKTlljd.
ThUt twt,s.Dd ooty CrD
work rwblbiiafM. fiwxit br mill
J A. R-Jrh E. U'. '.Wl!', Sumner ilowar
f.USH. .VUILSA HOWARD.
Attoriiett' a d Jounsellors nt Law
Frefc tt. YaVipai Coantr, Arizocs. WIU a?,
tend pro nip ly t. H butlnes- entrusted to
them ta tbu cuuru o! rerurd iu tbe territory,
STEPHEN G. MAKCOU.
ATTORXEV AXD CO UN S LLLC a -AT-LAW.
I. F. EGGERS
CISTRICr ATIOKXEY OF VAVATAl COOnT,
Office in Coan lluuse Frescott.
E. M. SANFORD.
rreseo:t .... Artaoa.
Office on Cortez Street, a few doors morta
The of Jocknai. o:Ucc
DIU K. S. AINsWOKTH,
PnrsicuN 1KD oOSBOI.
flrt Oct.-(.n: KaiJJlac.Gurley atraat
U. K. KOKINSOX,
Physician akp Svrcioh,
OiLcc op MoctoZQtns fctrcct.
One door Nottn )!" ht-e Jc C" Drujfatora
CLAKK CHI RCUILL.
Attorney General or Apt zona.
A,tioi::;kt axd CbCNSELon at Law
OrflCK Over the Bank of ArUoaa.
V.'iL H. McGREW,
(nor to KuaI
i; xi r-.r ictro
J C UERNDUN. J J. HAWKINS
HERNDON A- H.WKINS.
ATTOROLYS ANl COUNSELORS AT LA
Special attention :a conveyancing and
. :Ve -.-' all kinds.
HENRY CLAY liURKE.
. ATTORNEY -NI COUNsELOR-AT-LAW.
-WSIt vneth o in nil wrl of arliona.
and .t for-- ii:: u DtpartmeaU lu Yaa-
OS e-i:..ta " 3. ir f.'r.lt of Ai'traa.
1'iescctr, .V T.
iho b:i i" . .' t'ux-kiv Ai: will le
etr.t t miy u. .tt.-t-n. weeks cn tris
fr -5 c ii". ! ! j.t nt.uzns re offered
to yc.rlj tLb-ci!.-
1 UK WKKKI.Y ALTA.
f 6a:i Krsncic, Cl.
JOHN Mm, Proprielor.
head, barrel, keg
1; or bottle.
At the o'J .stajsd on Montezuma
CALXi SEE ME.
A nut of tbe sweet soutb fleeing.
Sfi in amorou strife,
Kiss into Hush of dc briut;,
Oid Earth', winter pal'idni-s freeing.
Tbe puKe il fl-i.:tnnt lif.
As far from tbe turmo.l and traffic
Of mart on rroant sin-girt mere;
Fall with a cadtDCe serapbic
Soft words of a piliiona'.e sapb'C,
Clear strain of a jobilant air;
As out of tbe norm's datk fury.
At last o'er tbe tumult of nigbt,
One star tbeda its calm strong glory
Of promis- like tbtt of old .tory.
Whin Tt'inn U usd tbe Cbrist in its
So oner tbe tmi brcntli of thy sighs,
Si once thy licb rutib'c ot f oice,
Sa oiiee tuy -oft rplcminr of eye?,
Unto me were m tnese Thou tbe pritr
Of all pr ze and term of all choice.
O ! ton b wind r. tnutic and star;
Soft :ghs aud wtet word and warm
Ol tie beit g I It Trd from afar,
On my heart truite the tereis that jsr
All il cords to a wild iisor.scce.
Thry crown thee with gsrltnds lreh wore.
Thy rhslice rid current o'er diips;
By thy fide stands another to prore,
Toy treasure and fi-stal ot lore,
And the wine of by Teitnl Hps
Deep stricken, sore smitten, I yield.
To the wisdom rf late in all choice;
For thee the lov'J past must b; ca!d !
Foi tee shall stand cTcr rercalM !
Its voice an invariable toioj.
That a majority of the ciiit c of Yava
pai do col wiDt to encourage tl-e immigra
tion into the county of tbe Chinese who are
being tipeUed Irom tbe P&c fic Coast is a
fact so obvious that no arguments are need
ed to demonstrate it; but the best wsy to
get rid of the heatben h the pri bleto which
:b uld ergg our attention.
The first thine to be done is to organiso
an Eti-Ci.inee League, comp 'Std ot res
pectable citizens, every member of which
stall pledge himself to obey the lawful
mandates of a duly ekcted Executive
Board; tlii villi insure united and bar
monious action without which little good
c;n te suecte I.
Some of the measures which will prob
ably be discussed by the Board and adopt
ed, If after due coLfii trailer, tbey are
deemed lkely to advance tbe iutertsts of
tbe League, may be tbe following:
All ramkers to abstain from dealing with
Chinest; to patronize ezcluiitely store
keepers who have no Chinese iu their em
ploy, rent no lands or tenements to Chinese
ami do not desl or sinuibir.3 with them.
All members to pstroniz exclusively
rrttaun-nts, boarcirr: bouses and botela
wbcte no Ch eese cocks or waiter are
All members to abstain frem voting for
any ffiee s-rkers who employ or deal with
Cbintse, cr are Lroan to sympathize with
The crtaticn of a fund, by small monthly
contributions from each mimber of the
League, to be used f.,r encoursgicg the ei
tsblishmtnt of white foundries and other
indnttrirs mcocpo'ized by tbe Mongols.
The Chinese have not yet gained f ach a
foothold in our community aa in some
of tl e counties of tbe Pacific Coast, and it
H reasoB&bte to expect that they can be got
rid of with less trouble ani by using lesa
ejugetic caians than bare to be nsed tbere.
Tbe best time to abate a nuisance ia when
it ia in ita incipient atage an J tbe Chinese
are a nuisance in Yavapai.
Stethex G. Mabcoo.
(Cl aUsXSICATES )
WEYL. In Pretcott, March 17th, of old
age, "Rowdy" Weyl, aged about IS
Tbe above subject, though only a dog,
was for years one of tbe fixtures ot Prea
cott, and a notice of bis demise will hardly
come amiss. He wss brought to Prescott
early in 1874, by Jen as Weyl. accompany
ing tbe Cth cavalry cn their march from
Kansas to this territory, For twelve years
he was the constant companion of Mr,
Weyl, and by tbe watchful and attentive
care of bis master, be reached an age sel
dom attained by the canine rare, bat eince
a forced separation from bis master, a yesr
ago, he gradually pined away until claimed
by the Grim Reaper Death. Dar ng bis
last days be was carefully attended to by
friends of his former master, and after death
his body was placrd in a effio, and laid
away with tbe same formality Attending tbe
burial of one of the human race.
He Locke It.
A tramp applird to a crusty merchant for
a small loan.
"It asjsinst tnv principles," be said to
give money ro such fellows as jou."
'I hope, sir.' said tbe tramp, "that you
will change your mind in my case I want
o little, yoa know."
Hoar much will satisfy you!''
"You may determine that, air."
"Well, here's a nickel; now don't spend
.t for whisky."
"You might do that," ssid tbe tramp ,
Ukin; tbe money, "but I won't."
-1 might 1" queried the merchat. "What
do you mean?"
"Well, I mean that you look like a man
that would drink five-cent whisky, and I
know I am not that kind. Good day,"
and be disappeared hurriedly. Merchant
Hall Bowtea ta Let.
The ccntrscts oa the following route in
t''i territory hve been readvertised by tbe
J'ostotEce Di'ptrtment. Proposals will be
received until Apn". 17, 1SS6:
Route No. -10132, from Prescott, by An-
telope vall-y, Stanion, Wickenburg and
Vulture, taice a week.
Rout; No. 401C3. Clifton to Solomoat
vilie; twice a week.
iioute N?. 40145, Yuma by Clip to
Ehrenberg twice a iveek.
Rou-e No. 4014G, Tortos to Clip, twice a
Route No. 40147, Ebrcnberg by Parker
and Aubrey to Signal; twice s week.
Route No. 40149, Jlobivo city to Nee
dles, Caln three times a week.
Routo No. 40163, Tucson to Moticville, j
Itree timet a wssk.
Straw berries'ara tb a-ait delicate fiuili
tbe first to be bad in tbe Sprit g, and tboa
grown at a distance from tbe consumer
are not to be compartd to point of quality
to those grows at one's door, for incipient
dra t sts in tbe ntoraent tbey are packed
and jilted on their way to market.
Whercvrr tbe plnta citn be rnrcbased at
a fair price in tbe amateLt's Immediate
vicinity, be can grow a food crop of fruit
thr first season by procuring sods full of
bearing plants which can bs lifted and
established witboat disturbing the roots
by simply layio the soda on well dug soil,
preferably on tbe north aide of a building
or fence, a aa to retard the blossoming
teasou. The process ot lifting the sod, of
itself, retarda the growth and. in nor high
altitude whera late frosts are apt to dam
age the b!oiMm, is a decided advantage
ovirall other methods, by reducing to a
minimum the blighting influence of late
frosts, b --sides doing away with the ne
cessity f covering tbe plants when in
This in tbe opinion of the writer, is the
brst plan that can be adopted for growing
on a small scale and the only p'an that
promisee quick returns for a minimum
amount of laber.
Frtrcott Garden, March 91, 1881
George T. Reddin, of Tlikey Creek, who
ame into town jesterdiy report thai the
VTornina Glory mill will atart ap nut
Douglas Gray bu been running the
Church A Gray silver mill on Turkey
Creek foeT'al Uya. and is producing
Creek Hydraulic Worka hava
.haUu, nl ajata and CnatiouO to
wash cut rich gravel.
A large number of placer miners ato at
work on Upper Granite Creek, Lynx Creek,
Copper Creek, Haaaaytmpa and other
streams in the county and are meeting with
An occasional strike of a large nugget ia
still reported oecaaioaally from the Weaver
The Blue Dick continues to yield good
rich ore for its owner Governor Tritle.
Governor Tritle haa been tbe largest ia
diiidual shipper over the A (antic A
Pacific railroad for a number of months.
Hia shipments consisted of ore from tbe
Blue Dick mine.
Parties in the vicinity of Coppet lin
are averaging irom $4 to 8 per day, each
van by placer mining after freighting tbe
gravel tbree miles.
The Atlaatte at Pacta Bfeaw riant.
The San Francisco Chronicle of Sunday
March 14th says in relation to the inilroad
war, now in progress ia that city, that it ia
reported that the Southern Pacific company
in iu efforts to crush tbe Atlantic A Paoific
io tbe railroad fight, Is refusing to allow
freight to be billed at the net rates, or, aa
it ia termed, "flat To meet tbia ae ioa
tbe Atlantic A Pacific ia pay:i g rebates on
sight at its ofilce ia this city, on preseeta
Uon of papers, which ia practieal'y the
same as "flat" billing. It further add that
General Manager B. D. Robinson, of the
Atlantic A Pacific, who baa been in the city
for the put week, left yesterday afternoon
for Albuo.uero.ue. It is known that his
mission has not been one ef peace. He
came to consult his lieutenants hero and
take a cloas survey of the field. It is sur
mised iroa the presence ia tbe city of ex
Judge' W. C. Hazeldiae, leading counsel for
the Atlantic and Pacific, aad the circum
stances connected with his visit, that tbs
latter company is preparing for a long and
Here, in Mr sunny and dry climate,
where drouth is the great drawback to suc
cessful gardening, the walls aboald be
raised a few inches above the beds, so as to
lead tbe water on the plant and, in a
measure, to abetter them from the dning
winds wbicb of.ea prevail for weeks at a
time and retard vegetation, The beds
should be small and level to taciliute irri
cation. Tbe face of the walks should be
made slightly convex, the better to shed
the water, and in heavy soils, underdrsina
aboald bo established ia the center ot tbe
walks, about three or tour feet under tbe
surface to remevo say occasional surplus ot
moisture and aerate aad warm up the land;
where, as with us. irritation mud be
resorted to and often bu to be performed
by unskillful hands, such drains ia heavy
soils are a necessity and will not, contrary
to tbe common belief, make tbe t -e of
more irrigation water necessary. For
edging the walks I can think of nothing
better than hard burnt bricks neatly laid.
Pbescott Gaboxxs, March lTih, 1886
ne ssixla aaaary.
It wu at a S street residence and tbe
young man bad been going aad staying
late until tbe girl felt tbe monotony. On
night about 11 o'clock the conversation
dragged and for a mlnv'e or two be ut in
a cogitative mood with his hand to his
"1 bad something pleasant to tell you,"
he ssid, finally.
"Yes," she responded, inquiringly, "what
"Urn um let me see,'' rubbing his head
"I can't just think what it wu."
"May be it wu "good Bight," " abe sug
He locked at her for a minute, bat
never niccbed; tbea ne went away, and
up to date has not been back Wuhicgton
The following ia the liat of letters
remaining a: tne roet Umce in Frescott,
Arizona, for tbe week ending March IStb,
Akard, X Miso
Harper, Geo D
Thomas, W H
Clark, G L
Liaton, fas B-8
Tyrnett, H A Miss
Call for advertised Utters.
J H A Manas,
O, Sun) Tbi)U giver of our day,
Prismatic orb blended in one ray'
Life giving centre to our earth,
Once more, through Z-disc' girth
Ia the blue vanlf, immensity of apace
Thou hast completed thy yearly rce,
Wending in thy heavenward war,
Thy cour e through Anee each day
Higher. Bringing thy Veroal birlb,
O Spring! Thou emblem of mirth,
Io a halo of daxzlirg lijht
To generate Winter' a blight.
We bail thte, thou coming gtm
Of Nature's lustrsl diadem 1
When brioging all things from above
In closer bonds of tutted Into
Through animations quick'ned life
To joyt of burfding b'oM"tn ii!e
As leaping through the lusty veins
Tbe vigorous sap of splint; r kmus.
It's renewed courage .rom the pas.
Long weird chilling fur,
To crown all nature iu a glow
Of gorgeous radiance here below.
Weaving a mantle, in ita train.
Of Tyrian splendor o'er the main,
SpreaJing it like a garment bright
With joy peace calm and light
In golden vista to adorn
Spring! The Vernal lon.
John Aitkin returned from California
O. S. Hutchinson Wtnt siu-h Sunday
morning to meet his wife and return with
her to Prescott.
Harry Darlii gton, formerly tf Prtacoti,
is holding caes on an agricultural paper
at Riversidt, California.
Sheriff Mulveoou cams in fro the
South last evening.
J . W. Wilson Itfl for the East, jette'
da),to purchase a stock of Spring clo
thing. J. D. Hugh .a, deputy revenue collector,
left for Mohave county yeaterday.
N. 8. Bowers went down to his Ague
Fria ranch to day.
Mrs. C. A. Rsndalla health is improv
ing. D. Levy wilt lesve fr the Xtst tb s
Readers of tbe Tombsenne will remem
ber with what a flourish of trumpet Acting
United States Marshal MeaJe, of Arums,
entered upon his official duties. To bear
some ot bis satellite talk, one would Jhink
that a second Reformation was at band with
the new marshal io the role of Martin
Luther, Among the first steps taken by the
fledging tfficia! was that of preferring
charges against Royal A Jrbnson, Surveyor
General, and District Attorney Zabriskie,
charging tbem with malfeasance in office
for having contributed 819 each to tbe
campaign fend. They were promptly in
dieted by a democratic grand" jury; but
now come the' Attorney General of th
United States and orders a nol.e prosequi
entered in tbe casts. This cissh between
such eniaent reformers aa Garland and
Meade, will probably result in a vacancy
io the cabinet. Tbe Tombstone.
Apart from the severity of its climate
Greenland does not appear to be a very de
sirable place to live In. Lieut. Holm, el
the D'liish nasy, spent last winter in tbe
eastern part of that bleak country, and wu
the first white man tn become acojaintcd
with tbe Eiquimue of that region. When
one of the people gits seriously ill his rela
tives call on him and politely request bim
to throw himself int'. tbi -ea. The.invalid
rarely refuses, and if too weak to walk to
th nearest cliff or iceberg, bis friends ac
commodatingly assist bim If a patient
goes insane, be is promptly killed. The
insane dodge doesn't work there at all
Tber? is practically no crime in tbe coua
try, but from tbe customs above described
and tbe general hardship few of its inhab
itants reach the age of fifty years. Ex.
at. Patrlekw Bay.
St. Patrick's Day was oaly characterized
from other other daya io Prescott by tbe
number of green riblona worn with an oe
cuinnat shamrock nd by tb activity of
tbe committee making final preparation
for the bill which w; a given ir the even.
ing in the city ball. Everybody and bis
relatives attended the latterand no one wu
there who was not well satufied with tbe
pleasure afforded. The ball was beautifully
and tutefully decorated for the occuien by
the committee and everything passed off
pleuantly and socially unt'l long after tbe
"wee sma' hour?" bad set in The com
mittee deserves much credit for the com
pleteness of all arrsngimeats made.
Tbe following convcrfatiro waa overheard
last evening between a prominent demo
cratic official and a yuuug lady, who, a
will be seen, is quick at repartee:
P. D. O "You must bear in mind an
other thing, that tram pa were never heard
of in this country, until tbe republicans
came into power."
Y. L. "Yes, tramps first appeared when
the democrats were turned out."
For tbe information of tbe "Courier" we
would state that "Mejtb" Wilson is at pres
ent Secretary of tbe Frescott A Arizona
Central Railway Co., scd although be may
ultimately have nothing io do with tbe
construction of our road it is scarcely in
good tute to fling at bim now. Mr. Bul
lock is tbe Vice President and G. T. Htm.
ilton Treasurer of tbe Atlantic construe
tion Co., and tbey intend to build tbe road
if tbey pessibiy can.Personal fling seem to
be the stock in trade of some p'op'.e.
Talk about eating rabbit', said one of
a crowd of loungers in Aitk .n's cigar store,
during tbe snow storm to-day, "why, when
I wu cbloiiding in Mohave oounty, my
partner and I bad no other kind of meet to
eat for six months. We had rabbit for
breakfast, rabbit warmed over for dinner
and cold rabbit tor supper In fact, we
got so rabbitiz;d' that in going or comiag
from work, if we uw one of tbea animals,
we instinctively crouched down oa our
baaaebes and threw our hands upa'oog-
aide of oar beads, in recognitioa of oar rel
A new railroad pool is being formed
CoL Pat Donan has left Dakota to
The Gazette wants new leaden for
the democratic party.
Seven prisoners escaped from the Pu
eblo, Colorado, jail Wednesday night.
The repudiators are now trimmine
thier sails and say they were only ' josh
The anti-Chinese cause has lost aa
able advocate in the death of Senator
The Citizn thinks the democratic
party in Arizona is almost exploding with
Fifteen hundred members of the An
cient Order of Hibernians were in line
in Pittsburg on St. Patrick's Day.
Albuquerque has inaugurated an Ar
bor Day and will plant one thousand
trees alont; her streets on that day.
The Knights of Labor propose to make
war on the Union Pacific railroad to com
pel it tw discharge its Chinese help.
Enlightened Bostonians hare beea
paying one dollar each for prospective
beds in heaven to a smooth tongued
A traveler in Japan asked a little gitV.
"What is your age?" "Cocoanuts,' she
replied with delightful frankness.
Kokontsu is the apanese for "nine."
The Bell telcphons company actually
has invested in telephones all over the
world only $510,000, yet it derives an
annual income from this f about
Helena. M. T., has a lady superinten
dent of schools who has Indian blood in
her veins and who is highly educated.
She has also dramatic talent.
Aa exchange says that President
Cleveland's "Innocuous desetude"carue
out of the same dictionary as ' usufruct '
The Knights of Labor are making
their influence felt in various portions of
the east. Labor was never so thorough
ly organized as at the present time.
We are in receipt of a copy of the very
able and eloquent speech of Senator
Mitchell on the Chinese question, de
livered recently in the United States Sen
Mrs. Blaine's two eldest daughters
have become Roman Catholics. The
first, who married Colonel Coppinger,
was baptized shortly after her manage,
and the second, Miss Margaret, has fol-
The press of the territory seem to be
united on the question of abolishing the
office of territorial superintendent of pub
lic schools. The people of this section
seem also to be in perfect acccrd with
the press on the subject and we doubt
not that they are all over the territory.
R. ILPaul, of Pima county has pub
lished an affidavit that Hughes of the
Star agreed to sell out his party in Pima
county, in the campaign of 1882 foy
$i,ooo. Democrats in this county can
attest that he did similar work in iS8e
for a much smaller sum. Gazette.
Sargeant Joseph L Stein, of the first
infantry, a deserter fro-Fort Grant, A.
T. robbed a citizen of $3,000 in gold and
went to Guaymas, and attempted to es
cape from there, assisted by several par
ties. Learning of the crime, Governor
Torres ordered the man's anest and he
confessed the crime, i mplicating the par
ties who assisted him. Only nine hundred
dollars were recovered.
The Philadelphia News says that there
are o,oco daily newspapers in the coun
try and that just 8,999 hTe referred to
the frequency of strikes as "an epidemic
of labor troubles." The Journal-
Miner it would seem from the above
statement got out i line with iu 8,999
contemporaries, by referring to them as
the "spontaneous, spasmodic assertion
of individual independence on the part
of the toiling masses."
A special edition of dictionaries it to
be printed for the use of the Uinted
States military academy at West Po;n in
which the word patriotism, with its
ordinary definition, is omitted, because
the cadets who were used to the old
definition of the word are all mixed up
when they think of Fitz Hugh Lee, an
old graduate, being placed by the Presi
dent 'on the last Board of Visitors,
although he had deserted his post when
the government wanted him. Ex.
This pnwrter never varies. A marvel of
parity, strength and wholeeosaeaese. More
economical tnaa tbe ordinary triad aad can
aot be sold laeomnetltloa with U multltade
oflow.teet short elgkt, alum or phosphate
Kwaera. aoia oaiy in can. auyai aciajr
wder Co, let Well llrut, Hew Tork. -
KELLY & STEPHENS
GOLDEN BTJLE STORE,
u l.arrsifcd afoot C'SMfuDi o sedSiocx
Of General Merchandise!
taWrer aeea is aaa on estalilUoms t ta Arlzons.e
AIM 1 Ciftfrtti stick if the Famous Oregon Cassimera Ciithing. Bla
Liu. finds, Pacific Coast Flaniiet Underwear,
ND AS ENDLE3S VABIBTT OF
Buckingham Hecht's Unrivalled Wlanufact
Bnntc. nnrf Shnite
Magnificent Selection of Ladi'
a-asMa gratafalfor ta Ut crtl -atronago bestowed
ttaaaau .asana ortaaaaasa .r i tatme.
irHOKlHWlsaa. C ORNEELAZja
T. Q STEPHENS,
Successor to Doaglass & Stephens,
PROPRIETOR OF THE
The Tragic Meat Market.
Gurley Street, Between Montezuma and Granite Sts.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEA.LER IN
ALL KINDS OF
Fresh and iSalt Meats
SAUSAGES OB' ALL KIND
Choice Corned Beef and Pork a Specialty
tr.Cash Paid for at
pelts, etc., bought for cash. Meat?
W hippie free of charge.
HEISLKR & POE,
In order to better accommodate
in connection with our Ualitonua market, (at bouth Monte
zuma street,) the Bull's Head market, North Monte
zuma street, next to the P. & O. Restaurant, near
the corner of Gurley Street, where we will
keep always on hand the best assortment and quality of meats, which we will sell at
the following reduced prices for cash, to which the attention of the public
Bar by aid
Beef by blndquarter..
Beet by forequnr
Boef rump and round-
awei no roaaw-
Hear data bolllnc
Beef sirloin and oner bous steak.
Bear prima taudarloln and porter
boose steafcs ?)
Beet raond and ehack sie ass to 10
Molt oa bv cartas or aid V
Nuts Mmrt to all parts 'of
AFTER THE FIRE!
The Cottage Hotel at Ash Fork.
Tke undersigned respectfully inform the citizens of Arizona and the public "
generally that they have re-opened near the Railroad Depot
at Ash Fork,
-A. 3ST B "W IK O T B X- ,
can b found the best accommodations. In connection
with the hotel are
Sample & Club Rooms, also Fine Billiar dTable.
Tha house has also a fine corral and stable attached with plenty
of Hav and Grain.
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Jea. SSia, ISM
M utual Reserve Fund Life Association
Total Number of Policies Issued,
Total Amount of Insurance Written,
Assets, - - - -
Aeserve Fund, - -
Average Daily New Business,
Losses Paid, - -
One Mortuoary Assessment Produces. - -
Astsut iavesteel ia U. S. Registered liond.s
Ameast depoeited with Insurance Department. New York.
We are writing a larerr
amount of lit Insnr
ance than any olber
eomnanv or association
In the United Stale.
Onr eharres for csr-
rjlar riaka are low and
equitable, at least one-
asu caea per nan u:
rates of the oid level
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BaUfAMT lUILDING.s LIBERTY ST., NEW YORK CITr.
and Children's Shoes, just arrive
epea theaia tns rt. tW w12 rrnttlT t&Jaaror '
Cattle and Sheep.
dilivered to all parts of the city and
our customers, we have opened
erand chuck caopi.
ran 1 Ieg4
the City and Fort WhiHle Ere. ti
and Boom fcr ail.
f a r tit
Mr. Sc Mrs. Walter Cook.
- - -
t. it 5.000.00
- - -
Ion ere returned to it
Abie aad responsible
men wanted aa acent in
" - Mtx-c -, Arizona
and southern Csllfornia.
rJV printed Information.
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vrEAsr fmvTivJ uoim
Ts e Akizoxa Jcn.SAi.-UlEB la poo
t- - d every -lay in th -v-fc rxt s,-t Sonoay
rHeAniWMi w'niKLT loc&AL-UixrK li
a t. -lit. i r-Wedniiy at i'msynx.tba
C p.t-ii . i' I r.
TJU: AtttZOS t. rrKt-lMlliA'ti CO.
u'.r'' "i iam.-tal and '-ililnese ia.
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LY per year - il'M
- " cut year, 4 (a)
" six aontbs. 2 53
rcy mi be remitted by reentered lettar
Ce e order or d aft.
Jocr'.Mweajrni !m deHrcr-d by
. -:m ribo-i in lae 'Sly for 25 cents
! nt-wsi l-e 3erWil at HVcea
a line for the t:tt isseriton and ten
r Sine fur esu L u!wrucat lsstrtiosu
e5poaCeaee ot all subtecta of gecenl
tl Wifl be ai-eej,i-d. au from eay
ty J toticiteL,erp.ciaUrirorathe-xnlQ!nr
'epe and asrfcrf-ral dittrlet:
Mi tociSsiivi iuqs sbowd bs addreaaed ta
r. Jor ilis ait. PrTteoU. Ariioa.
. f. a ax, ilwjiu So. 5, Mercbants2x
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Ka .ot l.rssl Advertlaloc.
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V uiulsuatur's Notice
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aaiw a na -
fr-t laaptr AxlTertitinjr Enreait (10 arcsca
"vbataadt fcr If la
all Eaia Time Table to ast rroaa
ilai' lor southern portion uftte Territory
nd Pac Oca.t leaves daily at C0 a. mn
'a Ptwnix and Mnri-ropa. Arrives nt 6 KX)
Ms V 1 the Eastern tittles iA.6P.
.B-!c res daily ntdJlOr . Arrives
it7 J0 .a. daily,
Mail for Bnulshiw, , If nAKsyaupa,
3ccm Meesvilio id Ales anuria, ieTs
Un jsaad Fridays at 7 a. ta. .arrive
ruestyB and Saturdays at C p. a.
Mali for Phenix, via Ant. allay,
(tantCD, Wickenbarf;!i and Vulture, . ta-rea
'lundaje. Wedncsilaji-u. Pndsys : 3 a.
n. Arrives Tuesdays. ThurvJ-js and Sst
'Iaysat6 a. m.
Mail for Juniper. va Simmoni leavoa
urdays.md Tatsdays it 7 s. ra.; firrivee
jdays aod Fridays ar t p. ra.
1. iUrsh. Putaiter.
Atlantic & Pacific RailroaT
I 20a n.
95 " li
i.li'an 10 3 & 11
11 l'l a n
S1 p IT.
3 21a in
7 fO a m
3 Up rr.
8 l.i p rr.
t.v. ih-ijvie)ioe .. At
. A '"-"
, , , HoitrooK
,, Canon , ,
- Ah yoric.. , .
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s li am
7 I5p m
1 16 pm
. Tbe Needle.
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M IUp tn
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US p Ci
-rSan Kranelscn... Lv
lhrocgi ti keta to all important eitiss cut
and west oa s lie at the principal stations.
Via M ana ta tbe Indian village of Aeo
rt Via TVlDt to Fort Wlnjata, 3-raila;
ViaManuellta ta Fjrt Deflince (Xavsjo
Asir-yi miles: Canon aeCbelle, Si miles;
Ke us C non. 9 nillei.
,'U Holtroot ,tri-we'.kly tse. to Fort
A ache. Do miles: i-prinxerTllie SS mil.:
aow Iaw. fio mllta; TayJorrtlle. 55mlles;
JcquI Indian VII a$e(so re.alar stomas) So
Via Xavsjo.d-ily sUjesto SL Jcbss. it
Via Wlnslow to Brisham City and Sunset
Via Ash Fork, duty sla.es to Prescott
and Wtlppie Barrack, 51 miles; daily taxes
tree- rrwott to Pbenlr -nil trl-weekly star
U Fort Verde
Via P sen Pprtncs to tba Gran J Canon or
.he Co'orudo.U mlies.
Vi- Klugman. dally alaze to S'oektoa
Bill. Io miles; Mineral park. H miles; Cerbat
Via Ynec to Bicnul. - mlie.
Via TLeJCea-iles. t mrto Ynma.'Col
orarto river ageney.Fort Mi. live, Mojive City
Hardyvlite, Arizona, and Kl Drado Canon,
W. A. BI-i-ELU
Genera: Paiaeoser Ag-nt.
d a. noniyox.
Genera! .M laajir, .baqae-que, X. it.
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A!sjIcjrof every ktcd ot
OHE AKD BULLION
Analyses of Minerals, Furnace
CHARGES FOR ASSAYING ORES.
For Silver. Alone $150
- Sllve- aud Gold 3 00
" Le-f 100
- Cojip-r 09
Iron ,4 oo
TK3TS M.KK QU f r.TlVC Oil QL'.-
For Zinc, Tin, Arsenic.
Or any other melai", at rates as LOW it
consiststen: with careful wee Bank, in ta
Bank Of ?rc's
CAPITAI -r''stan(i on ilo-tsxuma
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