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ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER.
WEDNESDAY MAR 211 24. 1SS8 A -:wiAri:K erixiox. The Tucson Citizen, which our con tcnipcrirj sajs "is the enly decent re publican paper this bide of Tombstone and the bcit and most influential orj;an of the party in the territory," in com- mentit.j; on a recent article in this paper, coo. Governor Zjhck up in true jour nalistic suit The article which we re produce telow will be found to contain good, solid truthful wisdom: "The Journal-Miner has published an cupose of the nefarious attempt made by the ncwlv appointed democratic officials of the Territory to blacken the reputation of Ar:zona and its people throush nisrenresentation. The article is too lengthy or reproduction at this time, but'extracts will be made occasion ally ujon the different points made There ran be no question that the gov. erncr has attempted to make great polit icjl capita! out of the known condition of Territorial 2Gair, but fn attempting to do so has so fa- ocrsttppcd the limits of truth and decency that een his party f'iends recoil from him and regard him more in the light of a designing marplot than one who possesses any regard for the welfare of the people. He has naintci oar fair territory as black as mis representation can reach, and then at tributed its blighted condition to repub lican misrule that he felt called upon to remedy ia some occult manner unex plained. Had he been an actual resi dent of the territory, cr a man not biased vz warped by partisan prejudice, he wonhi not have blundered so stupidly, and would have known that very little pariitan rontcst had entered into Ari zona politics outside of the question of Delegate to Congress, and therefore the roponsibihty for any and every condi lion if the territorial affairs cannot be made a pirty ifsue. The governor has said Unrially that the territorial ihdebt edness amounted to nearly $700,030. He failed to deduct anvof the assets of the territory that offset a largei portion of this great sum. He simply takes ihe old bonded indebtedness and adds there to the appropriations made for the pris on, syh:m, normal schoo', university. bridges and the various other items, and utterly disregards the property value arquued by the tern ary through ihfce expenditures, which actually reduces the -irdebtetiness to less than $.200,000, Vv'nh th same degree of fairness he might also have added the appropria tion: for public buildings and roads for maty past sar$, as testimony of wanton extravagance. The whole abounds in tvtdenr cs of a heroic sacrifice of truth and fairness and it should cover its per pttrator nh confusion and infamy." The Courier produces a It ngthy article this morning in whicn the writer labors very hard to prove that trie republican party cf California has always been in favor of the Chinese. As an illustrious c-xaniile it nmes Frank Pixley. Now Mr. 1'ixley is not, nor ever was, a rep resfnuiivi of the republican or any other pirty. He is peculiarly Pixleyan in his politics as well as religion. And yet as far back as 1S70 Mr. P. was prominent in hi opposition to the Chinese, favoring in 5-t,ccches and in his writings of that day the most extreme measurrs for their expulsion. John F. Swift, another man naui'jJ, has for years t iktn a leading acme jm: in opposition to Chinese im migration. The wi iter of the article in question probably left California prior to 1S79, when the question was submitted to a tote if the people and only Sco votes in the entire state were cast in favor cf Chinese immigration. The Courier this morning says the United States statutes at large, section 14, page 61, declare as follows: "Hereafter, no state court, or the United Siatcs courts, shall admit any Chinese to c;trrens!np, and all liws in conflict with thi act are hereby repealed." Approved May 6, iSS;. If the above :s the law of the country, Chiet Justice Shields violated its pro :si.wi by recently admitting to citisen sinp W.nj, ;hc Chinese packer. He was ai'.m.u--i i.ne dy and voted the day fol luAiru .u the city election. The O.i i n Vnorks 'the wind out of the sails of the 'Solid sense" speech of Gjc:ncr Zuluk :n the following: "Some ot the up-cnuntrv papci are publishing an article that was julmed t:7 by our m.irr. ng rontcmtorary as the speech ti:ui!e Ly Guverocr Zulick before ihe democratic cxecume committee in this ci:v recently. What the governor did say and uhat the newspapers made him sa l.tar no close comparison. The deutiicrats would not become so enthu v.atic ovt ihe speech had they heard it cr read a erbati:n report.'" Democrats as r-il as republicans are in svmailiy with the movement to rectiii-ider theVontlrmation of Surveyor General Dement of Utah. In his Demented way the surveyor general caw great offense recently to certain democrats by saying that "Lamar's opinion :11 not li: long in a cabinet. The president is a weak man, and I am very sure that Sparks is the coming man. At present the rrainstay of the govern ment is the interior deputment." girls in he little town of Esopus, re evidently having things prttty -n way. One girl with two - box of dominoes before narry the winner, and the irae. Another 1 had seven suiters e them run a foot as the stake, well kiss and mer. AMiniAV rilllMUTlII. When the many excellent opportuni ties for investment inArilona are brought tc the attention of eastern capitalists, they seek cur favored land as surely at the sun rises and sets. There are already many gigantic schemes pro gressing, involving millions of capital, with great promise of ultimate profits far mere than commensurate with the risk. And still there are equally good if not better opportunities for profitable invest ment at this time than those already inaugurated, and many of them are of such proportions at to command th? attention of large syndicates. There were opportunities for the construction ot irrigating canals, with a consequent colonization of a large scope of coun try, to be found in many portions of the southern portion of the territory, and no better or safer investments can be made than in this particular line. The people are just beginning to learn the poss:bil ites of our country in an agricultural sense, and it i in this direction that its greatest progress will be made duringJ the next decade. We do not depreciate the great value and promise of our wat mining interests, for they stand at the head of our natural resources and will probably so remain, but in the ratio of the present condition of the two indus tries, the cultivation of the soil is destined to make the more rapid pro gress, with the additional advantage of its permanency. We hope to soon wit ness the construction of water conduits throughout the whole great length of the Santa Cruz valley, from the Sonora line down to its junction with the Gila hriver, and the cultivation of the hun dreds of thousands of acres of fertile lands capable of producing every species cf fruit and vegetable that can be grown in the trosty north or semi-tropical south Citizen. Sam Small, the converted newspaper man, who is now endeavoring to exhort Chicago sinners to repentance is almost as great a curiosity as his co-orker, Sam Jones. His religion has the good old smoky, brimstone flavor that is deemed most effective for revival work, In a recent discourse he held his con gregation spell bound as he talked to them in this wise: "i he devil is a cooa advertiser, tie will picture the sott of a hell you are looking for. If you ore a man obscene in your language, in your home and among your companions, you will get all you want of that there. You will wander through the corridors of hell, and the lizards and toads of damnation will never cease to drop from your tongue The gambler when he gets there, will be an eternal gambler, with out stakes or gains. He will forever listen to the roll of the wheel, and the flip, flip, flip of the chips. Those who are given to dancing here, will dance for ever on the red-crested waves of hell a delirium of dancing that will never never end. And you drunkards, do jou think you want to lay and lap the molten lava that runs from the hills forever?" If this does not bring the Chicago sinners to time they are past conviction to a dead certaintv. Ex. After reading the following paragraph from the Yuma Sentinel cne would think that Sam Jones had been getting his work in on McCarter, the editor of that paper and had converted him into being a good little boy. Here is what he says: The Tombstone Epitaph says the editor of the Tombstone, 'lies like a dog.' the Prescott Courier calls the editor of the Phenix Herald the lying hermaphro dite who claims to own and edit the Phenix sausage,' and the Journal-Miner calls the Courier hard names and this choice lot of literature is 'then called journalism. The press loses its influence when it stoops to this character ot abuse. So far as the accusation against the JournaiMiner calling any one hard names is concerned, it is, to use the mild est language, a mistake. It will say, that the vilest, nastiest language ever seen in print in this territory was penned by this iarae man McCarer, as editor of the St Johns Herald and Yuma Sentinel c are pleased to note the evidences of his reformation and will gladly assist him in an attempt to elevate the tone of the press of this territory. In an article contrasting western style with that of the traditionally more cul tured east, the Current remarks that the Westtrner gets his thought and says it. The Eastern roan, we fear, gets his thought and experiments with it, to see if he can dres it in the old clothes of some other thought William Cullen Bryant prepared a list of words which he utterly barred from the Evening Post. Was the Post any better ? Undoubtedly William Cullen Bryant then sat down and wrote bad English himself. All editors do, unless they study their words like a puz zle. Carlyle made a good record of wrestling with his thoughts catch-as-catch-cn. Carlyle u tough reading, but wonderfully apt to sow seed. A rvmer-niaker makes oath to ft the enormous quantity of white paper sold to the New York -rorld during the year jSSj, for wh eh that enterprising journal paid very little short of half a mil lion dollars. Few newspapers could blacken so many virgin sheets without spoiling them, but the world made such good use of them that for the first monih already of iS6 the paper-makers have been compelled to supply nearly a mil lion pounds cf paper at a cost of nearly $50,000. Sam Jones, the revivalist, is a lawyer, while his co-laborer, Sam Small, is a journalist. Against such allies as these the sinner will find it difficult to hold out and may as well decide on an un conditional surrender. Oar rorclarn Irt4f . The report of Colonel Swiul-r, Chief of the Bureau of Statistics, which has just been issued, shows that during the seven months ending January 31 last, we imported foreign merchandise to the amount in round figures of $351,000,000, as against $338,oco,oro for the corres ponding period in last year, being an in crease of Si3,coo,coo. The total exports of domestic mer chandise for the same period was $402, 000,000; as against $477,000,000 for the corresponding period in last year, being a decrease in exports of $68,000,000. The balance of trade, however, for the past seven months, is $48,000,000 in our favor. The exports of gold and silver coin and bullion for the sa fe seven months were $16,000,000, and the imports were $39,000,000, giving a balance in our favor of $3,000,000 received over the amount exported. The expert who burglarzed a jail is now called upon to hand over his lau rels to a slick thiei who robbed the chief of the New Orleans detective force. The thief represented himself as a de tective in the employ cf CapL Tyrrell.of the Chicago branch of the United States seen t service. His story was so well told and he seemed tc be so familiar witl the members of the force in Chicago, and the work performed by them that he made himself solidjwith the New Orlean chief robbed his cflice of a lot of coun terfeit money that was held as evidence in a case pending, passed the money in the town and skipped out, having per formed one of the slickest and most au dacious feats ot theft on rerord. The President has den.anded the res ignation of G vernor Murray, of Utah. The reason for this remonval is unknown except it be that the governor was re moved brcause he is not a democrat Governor Mur ay is a lei ublican of the most pronounced type, but has proved a most faithful and efficient officer. Cer tainly the reason for his removal cannoi be found in his "offensive partisanship, unless the vigorous and unflagging fight he has made against poljgamy may be k'onsidcred as bringing too much credit upon his party to make it advisable for a democratic administration to retain him in power. The administration s not only ignor ing the plai.k in the democratic platform in reference to appointing federal offic ials cf territories from residents, but ha: tppointcd a Virginian named Hill a U. S. Marshal of Colorado. The dem ocrats cf the latter Mate sarcastically tel egraphed the Great Moguls at Washing ton expressing th hore that "cut emi grant rates from Virginia to Colorado be maintained until ihe balance of the fed eral offices now vacant in the latter state be filled with gentlemen from the first families of Virginia." The Aha don't take kindly to the resolution of the Indiana Democracy that we now have "j Government without a definition, a policy without a principle, a picture witnout a oacKgrouno, i 1 political farce, a blunderbuss of inconsistencies, a monument of depleted fidelity, and a reflection upon the intel ligence cf the American people" The Alta suggests that the Democracy of tha' State evidently has no head, that scratches where it dosen't itch and itches where it can't scratch ' Herald. A vessel which recently encountered a errible storm in the Atlantic lost scver-1 men and its whcelhouse by li e sweping of great waves over the deck. The cap tain thereupon had oil emptied into the sea, and, thojgh the storm continued, the waves were allayed and the ciew en abled to repair the damage. Several experiments of this character within the past two or three jears have proved suc cessful and it is probable that future steamships will be equipped with an oil- distnbuting apparatus. The rumor, mentioned in yesterday's J )URNAL-.MiNER,in reference to United Siates D;str:ci Attorney Rouse hating hten requested to step r'own and out of the way of other territorial nfncials, seems to have been well founded, as the Star says that official has concluded to resign, A resident of the territory should be ap pointed in his puce, and we know of no better or more capable attorney in the democratic ranks than J. C Herndon of Prescott. . Sam Puniy of Yuma, took a very prominent part in the recent democratic pow wow at Tucson, for a man who was kicked out of the back door of the dem ocratic camp, a little over a year ago, fcr betraying his party, and giving the organization of the legislature into the hands of the enemy. Sam evidently expects to live to yet crow over the political graves of those who so summar ily"rired" him out of camp. The Tucson Star, with a zeal and earnestness worthy of the cause, is labor ing to make a seaport of that "ancient and honorable pueblo." Its claims for this proud distinction are that with rail road connections the Arizona metropolis is situated only ten hours ride from tide water. The Star evidently wants a ship ra lway built to connect the city rith the ocean. The Tucson Star names three or four candidates for delegate to congress from the southern pirt of the territory. It the democratic party realiy has any desire to elect their candidate and wants a man who will serve the territory faithfully they will nominate Hon. W. A Rosee from this county. He is not only a Stronger candidate than any of the par ties named but if elected will make a better representative. A 4iOIiT AJCTlKat rrvaa Arlanata's K-rrtarjr at tMm C(Ual. Washington, D. C, March 17, '86. Editor Journal Miner St. Pat rick's Day n the morning and I in the Capital City of a great Nation, instead of at the capital city of Arizona, where I sounded the praises of Ireland at the city hail with Gov. Tritle, Judge French and all the other big guns one year ago to-night. Congress did not adjourn in honor ot the great day as was first in tended, berause so many deaths have occurred in the 49th Congress that too many adjournments make things monot onous. Since I have been here and inspected the work of several members of Congress, Arizona's delegate included, I wonder how a member ever gets through with anything or that Congress as a body ever accomplishes anything. For a member to do any service requires the aid of at least two clerks and a roustabout; the clerks to answer letters and the roustabout to gather up seeds, trees, shrubs, books, etc, to send to the thousand and one of each member's con stituency that wish to be supplied with a book treating 0.1 the latest method of crowing seal skin sacks, buck skin mit tens, and who want seeds of the red Astrakan apple or the Astragalus Caryo carpus; they want to know when to plant ramy and when it can be sold, or when to gather elder berries; when to chop elders; how to raise Australian prunes or nectarines, er to get seeds of the Ice land moss or the Egyptian pyramids. All expect answers and that Uncle Sam's store house contains everything that is necessary to supply their wants. I have met your delegate Col Bean. Sometimes he wishes he were dead. He looks thin and careworn, but he keeps rustling. Congress will not get down to solid work ur.til near the close of the session, then there will be night sessions; the committees will be in session early and late; letters to constituents will be brief and curt, and finally, when the long session of the 49:11 Congress is ended, it will be found that it has passed the usual nrmber of bills and done as much for the country as any of its prede cessors. The county court bills of the four counties in Arizona, passed by the 131b Legislative Assembly, has attracted some attenti' n here and the disposition seems to be in congress not to do anything about it for the reason that it is in the courts and the legal question involved will be settled there. CoL Bean is the best worker in con gress, I am told, that Arizona has had for a long time, but one session is hardly enough to enable a man to become suf ficiently familiar with matters to accom plish much, and I am of the opinion that congressmen, whether republican or democratic in politics, should not be changed too often. It is not the most desirable place in the United States to reside in and the annoyances a congress man is subjected to is almost enough to drive one crazy, One of them "died, or was found dead, in his room at Wil- lard's hotel yesterday morning. It was Hahn of Louisiana. It was said that he ruptured a blood vessel, but my opinion is that he was worried to death for he was a frail man and wculd probably rather die than stand the racket I still have hopes of the railroad. I received a telegram from Mr. Bullock yesterday in reply to one I sent asking him about it. He said "Railroad all right: will start in two weeks." I shall go over and see him next week. I am here lobbying a biil through to increase the pay of the members of the legisla ture and back'pTy for the last one. A good many people tell me they hope it is the last one. I do n : know what they mean, as I am raieiy given to joking, I am also working for an appropriation to dig wells on the deserts and dam the canyons in ihe m uuuins. If that Has sayampa can) or. was dammed properly it wouldn't be damm d so much, and my darr.(n)id p'ctr - no, I mean the dam above myvlirti could enable me to think of the damea ihina more compla cently, and it imuiu Lc worked. I mean no profanity. It wculJ shock me to have any one believe that for once would I use it. I btlieve that the doctrine of eternal punishment oners a multitude of sins. Washington weather in March is marcey westner. 1 ne wind, mougn not so s'rrng as in Arizona has that delicate dudish touch peculiar to the country down thar whar it tkirs gently, though firmly around a corner and quietly but forcibly lif's the hat from the head of old age and blushing beauly, and regardless cf age, ses or prevons rendition of serv itude, hurls fine prides of dust in the ees cf man, beast or cfatVey "The sun shines all the time though, and every body says 'how pleasant ft is.'but they lie and they know it, but delude themselves like a Hassayampa prospector when he selects an average sample of ore to get assayed. I think I wi 1 close this letter, Brother Martin. Tell the tolks I am happy and I hope they are and when I ride into Prescoft next July on the cow-ratcher of a locomotive on the P. Sc A. C R R, I will see how much Prescott has improved and how much the civilization of the 1 9th century and the administration of Grover Cleveland havedone for Arizona. V. "Some republican editors fear that democratic judge; will follow examples set them by republican judges and med dle in the politics of this territory." So sajeth the Courier. Now will our con temporary name a republican judge of this territory who "meddled in politics, during his term of oEce? If there were uch republicans this paper for one in the teiritory does not know of it. It does know to the contrary that during the pest three years no meddling has occurred. Etiittfial 11. MisctlliattMs Itms. Tht Washington correspondent of the Boston Advertiser says that half of the Democratic members of the House cf Representatives applied to be detailed to accompany Senator Miller's remains to California. The Daily Tombstone extended the following greeting to Govtrnor C Meyer Z. on his arrival at that carup: "Tbe hard-fisted and level-headed Democrats of Cochise county refuse to be led by men who part their names and hair in the middle" There are 3,379 public schools in Dakota, taught by 4.145 teachers and have 69,075 enrolled nupils. The permanent school property is valued at $2,187,850. The total reciepis last year were $2,141,756.79: total expenditures, $1.814,2 1 2.4a Apparently well-founded rumors say that United States District Attorney Rouse has been requested to consent to the withdrawal of his nomination. Whether this be so or not it is an open secret that certain democratic territorial officials are opposed to his confirmation. Blackshear, Gx, is a "dry" town, and when the train arrives there are some fifteen one-gallon jugs of bug juice set out in the express office. The agent says that this is about the usual number of jugs received at the express office daily. Goverment Printer Rounds' term of cffi:e expires next month. There is such a scramble for the place that Presi dent Cleveland is repotted to have determined to make no change in it, and thus escapes the comdemnatioa that is sure to follow the selection of one among so many applicant'. In the old times in New England the town jiaid the minister's salar.iy. The minister had $400 a year and some perquisites, among them thirty cords of wood. He usually picked out the richest girl in town and married her, and had the homestead, and when his , father-in-law died he usually left him a cider mill and a distillery. A clerk was detected in stealing silver dollars from a bag in the treasury at Washington a day or two ago and Treas urer Jordan, who waa questioned as to the thief s politics, replied that he must have been a republican, as a democrat would have taken th whole bag. Jor dan, it will be observed, is well acquaint ed with the spirit of his party. Bradford, York county, England, has a mad dog scare of a very serious kind. In January a dog ran mad through the streets and bit twenty persons. One of these died recently in terrible agony, with all the symptoms of hydrophobia. The other nineteen have consequently been thrown into a state of fearful appre hension that they, too, may be attacked by the disease. The recent article of the Journal Miner setting forth the true financial condition of this territory has had the effect of strengthening the credit ot the erritory in the east and will be of great assistance to Mr. Bullock and his associates in placing our railroad bonds and hastening tl,e completion of the road. A friend of ours is a little anxious to know how a democratic administration can strengthen securities by publishing four colums of abase of honest people, and one column of excuses and lying figures, falsely representing the territory, as in a totally bankrupt, coniliton, and territorial taxes as excessively high. while the truth is directly opposed to b.-th statements. Arizona democracy is marshaling its forces for an active campaign, previous to the approaching election. C Meyer Zulick was imported from New Jersey on account of his great ability as an organ izer. W. Kidder Meade for his services at the Chicago convention was made marshal and now Tommy Gates, the great Mogul of the unterrified of Pima county, and chairman of the territorial central committee, has been appointed Superin.endent of the Yuma prison. M rUVl( ajAtajtCTH. "You saY that you hare played Mac beth?'' said a New York thea rical man ager to an applicant for a position. "I hare acted the roll of Macbeth four teen times." "Well, let me hear you repeat his defi ance to 3Iacdurt" "Oh, 1 nerer got so far as that. The audience always made me quit before I got to that pan." Texa Sifttngs. J. L FISHER'S 10CALS. Orereoati from $5 00 and aparard at J. L. Eisber'a. Blanket and Qmltt a price at J. L. Fih.r7. your owa Boyi' and Mens' Button Sboes,f 1.00 per pair, at J. L. Fiaber't . Flower Pot Bracketa at 1. L. Fish- Bated Alfalfa hay and; beat .lay. Cbeap at J. jL. Fishers, Carpet an i Oil Ciotb, f.O cents per yard and upward, at J. L. Fisbei'a. Fresh Batter and Egg fn as tba ranch joat receired at 3, L Fisher'. Fresh Smoked Sbad and Herring- at J. L. Fiabet'a. Rubber Boots and arctica ia great variety at J. L. Fiaber1. Hanginc lamps and chacdeliara beat aad abcapaat at J. L. Fiabar'av BUSJJTCSS LOCAL. W will fursifh tfce Welsxt Jocrsul 'lEand tbe Werklj Sn Krmd.co Call 'or $5.90 a year. Local iNTELLiBESCr- rrth Oyt jest received a new lot at I'.jnman Cua lactiooery ore Ortiz street. "Oar Chieftain,"' only 5 ceota, and aa food aa aoy 10 cent cigar to tbe town, at Ajtken' Ciar S:ore. ' For ten or tweite ycir 1 have been ,-reIr fflictid wito caUrr'i. Never jelore fouo'1 tueli uecidrd relief aa from Ely Crvnm b.lui. I f -i-i" '' r mj'.f cured. J. W. BurriMiios. II-cue --il!e; N. 1 (Pjiw OToou .) In oue t.riU 'a Cr. lllra opened a paasair in ouo costal, through wmcn I a.lr.ot breathe.! in three year, tubJued an tillimmation in tny brad anJ throat, tbe enlt of carat rh. -Colonel O. 34. Neilliay, Uawego, N. Y. (See adv.) Bca tier- C Umm. lont'cuma Streer, Prescott. All tae deli- tie of the llorne, 5n Fraocltco ami iV.ru a City market. Cimiriiing: Fresh i.b, Oyster, lylx-ter-. Clucks, Pig Fee. j,ie, Spiecd Limb. Tnrgavr, is!"!, etc.. c , Dincer lrr.ro 4 f 7 r. H- K-'egnal rirste Kooms Atuclie', -ujiji-rt r.aii r iiie Dirntr trCilrj. Price to i-oit lim. Uin T oi tii-: '. Capital Prize, $75,000. Tikei !' S3. la rrfrllaa. LoHisiaaa State Lottery Company "We do h-rebv etrtiry thai we urrvi ih srrncn-nt or a I the MoniLly and Quart nly Orawluc or tbe Unnulan biate 1sn.it ry Company, and In person man mg and control bf Dnt-lnir ihme!ve. a d tnatth- iimo ecoi luc d wlih lione ly.IalrnrM.and In good t Illi hiwardall par. lies, ana we mbor!e t Comtiy lu u inl- certificate, wltn lac- -mile or ountjna tnrc attacked. In .H advirtlftmenti." CoaaaaUalaaer, We the ucdrtlcnid Dink and banker will par all Prize drawn In Tbe LonUlana State Lou-rle hiet mar b prc.eatetf at our counura. J.U.OUI.KMRT Pres. Louisiana National Bank N.tll'lXU. Kfr:.KI Pres. State National Bank. A. B4LOW1. Pres. New Orleans National Bank Incorporated In l6S fur 25 r by U. Le Uiature tor edccatlunal at o :barltabl purpose vrltb acapl ) 'ifji .QO.00O ... which a resrrre ruuJ ot ovt-r ii.O.Vfi b since beer adds!. By anoverwhalrulnr npul&r vota lis ran cblsewaa made a pan or tbe present Stale Constitution adopted December 24, A. IX. lS7y. The only lovery ever voted on and adors ad by tbe people of ray iaie IT NEVEK SCA.LES OR POSTPONES. Ha 42rnnd Mingle X umber Drat lac take place anoxia!)-, and ikr Kxlraor. SllBary Drawiaza rrKUlarl) -vr three asaaitia Icateed fir Kraal-Aaanally ava arret-for-. b. fiuml-j: Mar' a. IMa. Pl.KilHI UPr-OKl U , V T Wi aruHTCXt; F. Urc'rii oiuxd Drawing; Class It, In theAtademy or Music. N-w Orleans. Tuedr. April lata la ltls)i Monthly Drawlse. CAPITAL PRIZE $75,000. lfM.M Ticket-, at FItc Uollsra Eaek. Tractiaaa. la nrifca la Prapcrtlaa. LtSTOP I-BIZES. I CAPITAL PK1ZK 1 do lo 1 do do a PHIZES OK S'Sooo. S Uo .juo 10 do I"--" da 5oo IIO do Voo SW do loo WJ do 5.T -I73JO) JS.ttW . IU,UUt . UOO) 10.MM lOOuJ 10,0(1) . :oouj . saoui . :Vi ZSjOOM S 6.750 UOO co 2i. AFrKOtlBATION J-KIItK. 9 Approximation Prizes ot fTM. 8 do do fail. 9 do do U; Prises, amoantlnz tn Application ror rates to clubs sbbutu be made only to tbe oSlce ot tbe Company In New Orleans. For rurtber Information wrte clearly. It. tug full address. fOKTAL JiOTK., Kxpreot Money Orde s. or New York rxcange m ordinary fetter. Curru cy by Kxorts (all sums of U xi-1 OiAriirdi at uiuti;inj addreted. Jl A. IIAl'f. IX. V eyr Orleans, La. r A DAVnii.. YVukhlnstun, It V. Make P. 0. Money Orders payable ana aoaress negisierec Leuers to SKW em.r.Ax..vTm.vi, u.i isk Jrw lr-rt-iH. la rauptiM .!.-. roi: vkcmu bxef aid 3tl!TTO. AMI MKCr C'ATrrU flea qnarters Qepr tnentof Arizona, Uinrcof tbe Cuitf Cimmixso cf Sucsl.im.--c. Wuipp e Harra? , fro-rott, A T., March It. IS . SEM.FD PHU'CHaLS. In Irlpllc. s. sub ject to tbe vtn condition l I re celv.d at tbis oQce aiu a tbeuffla softbe AytlbC t'ommliv.rl t ot Suui'lcoce at tbe on Thursday, Aprs! 221. ISd. at which lime roliowinr amen p-u uni lzo'clocir. i.oon ao.. ptart nry "in e ojmnra In toe p-e- snetnii t',ior iLrouulur nd i l.-ety if -uch q nlt' or F1II Br EF ASU MTJl' ON au b k. as m .y ftuui time I unit ii' tCQUiird at Furs pa-b. . B-i . Gr-.nl Mua -I a. Lower. U D -wtll.iUJ iTe, Too i and V -.-, ,Si - Ct I ana hippie npr iu wi f is. artweui, ixora JUt IteC.io June JU, 1SS7. ae.lt,l i'n-t. .m 'n tr Plicate will aTsn h recvlieJ et lhi .race -2iI.T atibesme boor ana oate ror uin'uiric ud leiivery "I .uch quaml lf et.Eu lier.r oil the b ock, . uiy be rq,'ilrei at the following tanp In ibis I'e a .mrnt. A 8 l'rt. g, Bu te C von. bjdi a uiny.m, Ujirie station. Camp Emmet Crawford Co pp. r Cxnjoc, Crap on oila hlver. Gad lt.p C.i.Jon, Mescal Sitop, Moary Vine, Mua spring., 8n Bern&mino. S.lrcr Crtefc. A. T . and L ck's Also propo for fnralshln; an.r delivery to the AU Ins Craml3ary :S .l !-lencl Fort Apache uch qun ii-oI Mcf Cat Is n toe honr.ar mar br rtc .ired lr the nb.l. teuce Department f j mur to Iuat -n r.rnnn- er and coni ji t amp Em in?! Crawlor-l. A. T. Th uruufct, - ckir.K or Beef Cattle for hi ptjr -vi . i be ib'i t 6 h ad per mitn h f.om J y I, is-B. to . uue &), 1SST. Tb O vru- t . ritrs ibe rliUv lor Itet Bin oi nil prxo.i ut, UK pr p -mis. ecarantces and ad lavlls an't fall lnftirmatlou as to he maun'rof blddluir.-undt,i.ntob?obiervc bi i.iers, and urm uf contra, t and nyrnrn? wi 1 be (urDiiutUou npp.lcU u t- this o31-. or to a e open coma alnir t ruixals a culd be marked "Viooo 1 .o- B f." for -Betl and Motion "or ror"B4f C.l!f-."a A. r. .and aaarcseu totne uaurii:nca, or to tne jitn Btsiary oi tbe Poet bid .or. j. r . ts o, Captain and C. S., U, S Armr, Mar 17-41 w Chief C S. NOTICE OF FORFEITURE. To Wiluiv Haswooo ax Koscet Urrox; Tou are bcrrbr not-fied tbat we bare ex. pend d one bucdt d dollar lu tabor sad 1m proTcments upon tbe Copu:e Hunk mine, sit uated in Ih Verde .Vininc Dl.t Sit, County of Yaranai and T- rrltorv of Arizona, in order to hold silo prernl'rs under tne proTi$ion ot section herised siatuUs of tbe Unit d Staler, beli e the amount to hold the same for the eir end ns Jaccarj Ut, And tf. it In ninety aaj frota tbe ferrtre oi this notice (or witbin ulnctj dy after tbis notice by publication.' you fall or refuse Vt coniri- ouie jour proportion oi eui cipenauure s Cuowteii, your lctcresf !n said cUlm will become the rropertj of tte tubccr.ber, coder aid Section 2331. KCHN, 'RTFZBUP.G t CO. Pre jcott, March Uib, IbMi. TRADERS' BANK. KANSAS CITY, iu. Does a Geneial Bank ng Business. Jas. T. Thornton Keth Mabky - - Presiden Vicc-Presiden Cashie Assistant Cishlt L W. St. Clair W. R. Thorxton - 'asasaaaaaaaal i FUBHrrURE 1 aaQQHasaalaw7 At the residence of Miss Helen Ferby, Granite Street, Thursday, Mar. 25th, at II a. m. ELEGAXT HOUSEHOLD FUPNITURE Consisting in part of 3 Handsome Bedroom Set., 1 Elegant Parlor Set, Velvet Carpets and Hugs, Inlaid Desk at.d Bookcase, Easy Chair, Lounges, Chan- de iers. Walnut Tables, Oil Paintings, bteel Engravings, Parlor Stoves, Lace Curtains, Cookstove, Wnrdrobes. Crock ery and Glassware, etc. etc, One Side Saddle, Also Royal St. John Sewing Machine in good order. J. L. FISHER, Auctioneer. Special Attention Is directed to the Elegant Par lor set and Solid Walnut Marble Top Bedroom SeL marlotd PROPOSALS l'OK PliOCK, UEaPQCARTERS DEPa AT.MEXT of ari- iU.A, orr ca cinitr commishaby or subsistescx. t lllrri.S UAKKACCs.i'ErrCuTT. A.T.. Marctj 15. UAi. Se X.Kr Puoro3LS, In trlpllcat. , sutjert 10 til U'Ual cuiiultioua. will ! received at tbis omo, nnd at t e Q or tn .AcUnci'o-.. intssariea or sucotence jv tne 101 owio tamed prMta In Arltou Territory, until i u'ruiri, njo. TUUkaotT, afeil 13, I'm, at which time auu place tuer will te opnrd In tbe pretence or bid m, to- lurnUhluc tbe ronowiDE quantities or n lur.ii: F rt Apacu,loo,ootb Kort RV.l-,ooolbt oo ltw; roit Is tl'; o.owi ib; o l lie. Dow il.2i.ooo lh: F t MJave. llooo ib roit urant. vo.oooiis: r orl uuacuuca ts Fort Tuomai, ZSjdjn lb; Sin Canos. io.no. lt; rort eru. u,'MniLs; wuippiu.rrcKs 2i.ooo I hf . Propota ror furn'.s. in flour made In r loLa, and Irom Ailiona t.eat only will oe con-tuerea at tuts omre an at tne time, or the Acllne Cnmmlsarle or tbe ports. Ala prfipntals for turn'tuIOK tbe above mount (ijs.o Qi-ounus)oi nour. aeitTerea )n double sadts ( ot on aod gunnr) on car at Los Angele-, CI- or wbtre rtqulrvd at Sau Kisnclwro, Calwlll be rrcelveu nd otenrd at tn um. time br ihe Purrbaslae and Depot Committal? or Suisltteace, at ban rrnrico i.a:. Envrlope contatnlar tirooosalt for dellv err al Sun FranrUco or Los Accelrs shon d b properly marked, and aduresM-d to the rnrcbasloe and Oeoot CitnmU ar; at Sn Fraucisco. Cl , and those nr Arizona floor to the unif-rtigne2 or to the Actln; Commts sarles of the . on 4 b d ror. Tbe Oorernmentieatrrcs tbe right to reject SET or ail proposal. B ant prop spis Kuaranteesand foil Infor mation as to tne manner or Mdainir. coodl dtilonro be obstrred by blJdfrs. and trrrus or ontract and payment, will be furnished on ppllcatl b to tbl ofS e. to the offl.ee of the l u-cu.sinc ana ur at commissary or Sab- sistei ce at sin r aticisco. cai., or to th Commissaries cf tbe post-. J F. WE3TOX. Captain C., U. S Amy SfarlT I w Chlel C H. mama KS ?raBBBBBBaaaaaal Centrfugel Roller Quartz Concentrators and Ore Crushers. Mliins Machinery ot Every Des cription, F. A. HUNTINGTON, 45 Fremont Street, mareo 3m San Francisco, CaL o Thm BLIKKr (TCIDE & iwfd Slanll and Kept, ; ractt yrar. agea, SWxUVl latkn,irllliSnr 3.BOO Ulsutratlons a rnole Picture Callerr. C1VBS MTatoIraaJe PrS. ttirrrl to roNiratmera oa all gtmda fbr prnonal or family sue. Ttlla bow to order, aad artrea exact cast af every :M5 yaa aac, eat, drtak, mar, r BuaTe fun wltkw Taes VSVAIAZAWH BOOKM cantata lBforaaatlosi Klcauanl f- Ute markets of the srarid. Wm ct?' mall a copy FREE to ajty ad artu jpmm receipt adOrta. to aVrrar txpcSLt mt maatlng. Let as a car Cram yon- Rcsprctrally, -j MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. W7 afe Vt9 Wabaaa Avcaae, CUeaaa Utj eracj ectpmiie ;vwiiiwwvili ? QCMT CCCC irspni abd sr. Otis rntinirr. us4,maXurti ch.tassradum. QJunraic aad ur CTrytautcror Ladies Got . ctublirc . snil lolaau- wear awt Uomtlt ut Ouodi. st prvr Iovt tbaa UMr i t cr hooieiatfa CaliRl Sums. Coraalrte aatlvfactiaa cacmateAl. or mu&cy ra. lith Are. & -uth : x. v. a . j u, 1. City. 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. Subscribe for the Aaizos JoUKXAlr-MlXIK . NEW PIANO STORE Cortrs trv do. r n rti) o C A. BAIRD, Of the firm cf Girrintr Baird, Lo Angeles, has jnst received a ocb of CHICKER1NG, KNABiE,GEO. STECK, HARDMAN and MARSHALL i: WENDELL . PACKARD, STORY i CLARK AND TABER OHO-A1TS. These are the finest toned in struments ever brought toPres eott, and will be sold very rea sonable. -GIVE US A GAIL Feb 3 If Nichols & Jacobs Carpentevs & Builders 1; hop on Cortez Street, opposite City Feed Yard. Estimates and specifications given oa short notice; All kindsof Job "Work promptly attended to. Granite Street Blacksmith AND WAGON SHOP, Comer Granite and Goodwin streets near the Gray Eagle Stables. L P. Ingvcerson ir Co.," Proprietors Tbis Ann is prtpirtJ to do all kin da o KLACK3MI1H aSD WAGOS WORK, tlther osw or renairiocoo tbrt aolica Alf ltiurl nf t.wt .th ' 'Vwvl (..fllmr- ( JL. C. Palmer. City Feed Yard. Prescott, Arizona. Livery, Feed and Sale Stables. Fast Freight. And Passenger Line. Between ASH FORK & PRESCOTT. FIEST CIA8S RIGS, The Poor Accommodated Fret. Come and see us before contract- ARIZONA STAGE 00 Carrying D. S. Mail and WF & Co's. Express BETWEEN PRESwTx MnRICOPA Via Otl-j-EIT. Lfsre Vrrtu(t ully ct. CUM) Jl. Ji y:3t A. z. .-.o 'A Arrire at i-bealx ni Arrive? at If arlrofa at ConneeUne wl t e. p. h. train Kart. and V.sL Maea for :te ortn. LeaTesMaricupaoa-arriral t "r'iris ,i: from the 'te! a 7:15 A, Arrive at flteulx datl? ui X.a.S Arrive at rrvnrott ilally at 0:li r. M. -BETH'l.ES- Presoott and Piienix. via WirniMi;io Vuilure. LearePreM! ir. Mocdar. Trauraaia atSr.ia. Anire at rh nil Vo!ned, and Sa nnlsj t u i.. m msKto ciioa-ciioa witn swge nr Msricnpj RetarsiDc. lesre Phenix Jlondar and Tljtsra dsr at 3 30 m M Artlreat tt.rott Wtdneidaj acd bsturiaf u a. ux. -BETW BEN- Prescon and the A. & P. I'svr I'rrrolt ain- ai. .. . A. Ji Arrive at Ab K- ra --r .. . T; 0 I at Coring .nxvtttithe X f .rains ta.tand rL Leavr h Fork njvm arrival of trains Arrive at, t'rr tu SAX bane: of pkescott, OK tc I Jarast Stewart. Supt. F- Me ad or J-ieacott. Ap. at r-acott. W. Z. WIXS02C 6&Co AT THEIR o:t and - r-v' 0)l-walr"a . iri .ti. a. -j. LKJMBES! Kr prdiaml a.' i!e bo fllor. r l!b j-- Uf: to SI Flour Grain and Bran. Tcken in exchsnee for Lumber at Market; Kates. H". 7- U U-SON i- CO. Bones & Spencer, Groceries And Provisions A full line of Tobaccos, Cigars, Pipes, Etc. Canned Fruits of all Description Always on Hand. NUT3 AND FEE3H IEUIT Tonsoriai Pa!ace. Gurley Street, next to Arizana Brewery B.thf. HoLand C-Ifi &hav ne .................. .........25 Sbampoiinc .................. "liO Ilalr Cnttius ".5; . Three Fi rst-Class Artists Em?lotio THE BEST OF TREATMENT