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MIZONI WEEKLY JQURNIl-MINER.
J. C Martin, Editor, ' WEDXE.-DAY .MARCH, 31. 1SS6 jk v.curiksiei ei.ia.e,Emr. Oh why did I attempt to elevate my self by pulling others don? Damnable policy which now confounds me! Why could I not foresee the re-action? Why did I listen to false counsel and expect to profit by fair promises and fulsome fiatterj? Why did I not wait until opportunity was afforded me to display by some strolce of exalted statesmanship my ability to govern? Woe is me! I hae tried to force myself jnto promirs ance too soon. I have proclaimed ar.d my proclamation lite a boomerang Las - returned and struck rac bard. I have claimed credit for vhat I did not do and I have been exposed. I have sent forth that would-be Nestor of Arizona politics, my private secretary, to explain and harmonise, and I have kept him employed night and day with his pen Yulitying my predecessors and he has undone roe! I have misrepresented the territorial finances in the hope ot profit ing thereby and I have failed miserably. I have tried to ride on an "Indian hobb" and have been thrown. The people laugh at me and say my policy is not original. I tell them that I am their savior and not Gen. Crook, and the ' Prescott Courier swallows the dose with a grimace; but I cannot hope that others will take such medicine I slip down to Thenix and make a smooth t3llc I ride over to Tcmpe and spread on the taffy. I sl'p over to Tucson, lubricate the Star and give the citizens a game. I sail up to Yuma and phy the dissipated racket to captivate the boys at the same time pretending to investigate- prison affairs. I hurry south again to talk politics to the democratic central committee and - demonstrate my ability as a partisan organizer. In Tombstone I am kept busy pacifying my creditor and prom ising them everything after I am con- . firmed. It worries me to k-ep the boys in line. Arizona is a big territory and the people sre unfair enough to demand some creditable work from me before I ask too much from them. They do not seem lo swallow all of my .promises as I would like to have them. And I have to be continually writing east to keep the people who know me still. 1 am afraid .McPherson is weakening. I have promised to play him even en "Nacosari," 2s soon as I am confirmed, but' I hae fooled him so often that he . may not have it. Woe is me! When will I be confirmed? LOOK WELL TO VOIR BALLOT. There will be much for the next legis lature to do, in the way of repealing many of the objectionable laws enacted by the last legislature. In view of this fact, j: behoove every man in the terri tory tp see that none but, good, trust worthy and decent men are elected to represent them the ne.t time. We see by our exchanges that many of those who disgraced the counties from which they were sent as members of the 13th legislative assembly, are again candid ates. One of them in particular, who was arrested upon the streets of Prescott, only a few hours after the adjournment of the legislature, for drunkenness and indecent exposure cf person, and fined twcntyxdoHari, is agate a candidate, and will, probably, again disgrace his con stituency at the capital, unless the peo ple of his county u?e every effort and means to send some one else. At the recent meeting of the territorial demo cratic central committee at Tucson, he was one of the biggest toads in the pud dle, and seemed to control the actions of that body. Others, whose characters are equally stained, whowgrcaiembers of th&Trs-.T!?-frve. already lam the wires and unless the greatest precaution is used by the people, they will surely pull themselves back to their former seat. We oula like to see, with the exception of twvt or three, an entire new set of assemblymen and councilmen elected, as a rcluke to most of the members of th? "delightful thirteenth," and thus show thcrn that we are awake to our interests, and that we do not desire their presence again at the capital. Tcmpe News. Oar contemporary ru tnJe a discov ery which will be received by the treas ury depirtmant at Washington with con siderable j'leasure and satisfaction. It sa: -It turns out lhat it w;s a repub lican named Uorneman that got away .-with $:o,oco government money in San Fras.c;vw. The treasury department have been investigating that $ 10,000 loss for some t:::ie but from the intelligence . in ihe latest San Francisco papers had been unable to place responsibility. It ttsh-iulvj be proven that Bomcman got ' away :th ::, which i not a'l probable, it will show a remirkable state of incom ,pctsr.cy on the par: ct the democratic ; sub-treasurer aud his empltncs. Sub . .Treasurer Spaulding turned the orlice ..; over ;n hi. successor, Brook, on the ' loth of Augu?: last ail correct, the com being all accounted tor. At that tin.e " Mr. Borntman was cashier. On the - ::ih of SqHcmber the latter stepped down ard or.t to make room for Mr. Ames a democrat. If llornmar. took the money he must have done so prior :o September 12th and as the shortage vras net discovered until a few weeks are it does not speak very well for the competency of the democratic offtrials to charge :t upon him now. From a ietooai acquaintance with Mr. Borne :uar ve thail be very greatly surprised, .Tosld thej- be abit to prue this short age against him. A case closely resembling Asiatic iho'.cra lias developed in a Michigan ; iwc. It was caused from eating raisins supposed to have been inlccted with the disease. A great deal of frothy prominence is being given just now to the "news" of Civ. Zulick upon the final disposition of the hostiles and the remnants ot their tribes now on the reservation. Had his opinions been purely original some little credit might be claimed for him, but as he has only reiterated tha unanimous sentiments of the pople of Arizona voiced through the press a long time be fore he beca-ne a resident of the terri tory, he insubs the intelligence of the people by claiming to be the original inventor or discoverer of the correct course. Any gentleman less lost to all sense of modesty would claim the bor rowed honor that flu him like the Chat ham street dealer's coat, and announce that it is the people's will, and that their will is his law. The pompus egotism of his claims is, however, a source of some gratification to his immediate satellites, and affords an opportunity for the syco phants to toady to his highness and kiss his sacred big toe in the most reverential fashion, but it only amuses the more in telligent public, who regard it as a species of mild lunacy or eccentricity occasioned by the inflation of a small official posi tion. The idea "the governor's idea" that the hostile Indians be caught, tried and hanged like any other murder ers, has been often expressed by almost evyry individual ctizen of the territory, and they have also urged the removal of the remainder of their restlsss kinsmen from the reservation to some remote point outside of the territory. Citizen. The Pillsbury flouring Bills at Min neapolis are not troubled with strikes and the reason is given in the plan pur sued by the proprietors of the mills Each year they set apart or tame a cer tain percentage of their busines. as legi timate profits, and all oer that percent aee they divide among their employes, pro rata. Last year this excess amounted to $.ooo, and that handsome sum was given to the employes. Here b a prac tical solution of the labor question. Here is the plan that will knock communism and socialism into a cocked hat. Here is the co-operative business on a big scale, with capital as one of the opera tors, and backing the whale concern Each employe has his salary or wages, and besides that an interest in the busi ness. It is to his personal advantage to do what he can to save waste and need less expense, to increase the profits and to prevent the destruction ot property But who could ever imagine the A. T. Stewarts, the Vanderbilts, Astors of Goulds, or the Cyrus H. McCormicks or Horace Tabors giving their employes share in any sum that they could retain in their own grasp. Who, Indeed! Ex Governor Stoneman has done for George Hearst what the people of Cal ifornia have refused to do made of him a United States senator, to take the place of John F. Miller, deceased Hearst has been a standing candidate for years for this positioa and to accom plish his end.some time since purchased the San Francisco Examiner and spent a large sum of money placing it on a sound financial J basis. Hearst has spent his money freely for his party, and as a reward of partisan fidelity. Governor Stoneman could not hare made a better choice. The democratic party of Cali fornia has many abler men in its ranks the ablest, probably, who was mentioned in connection with the position, being S. M. Wilson, who would have been the peer in the senate of a majority of the members of that body. "With a thorough organization, with good, honest and trustworthy candidates and an enercetic, and active campaign in this territory, the republicans can safely count on a majority in P. ma, Cochise. Yavapai, Mohave, Apache and Yuma counties, with a possibility of Pinal and Gila. It remains to De seen whether those who have been intrusted with the authority of organizing the republican forces and the delegates to the different county conventions do their duties the first by effecting perfect organizations, and the second by nomin ating only such candidates as possess the confidence of their party and the peo ple, to determine whether victory shall rest on our banners or not at the ap proaching election. The strike inaugurated by the Knights of Labor in St. Louis continues and threatens to extend to other large citiet A member of the executive committee, a few days since saidt "The worst is yet to come. I dread it, but there is no help for it. If we were to submit now and return without being recognized as Knights, it would be defeat, not only for us, but also for labo.- unions, trade assemblies and for every labor organiza tion in the country. We will wait three or four days in hope that some way towards a settlement may be opened.and then if the situation remains unchanged every frieght train on every road out of St, Loui and Chicago will be stopped. Tortillas is not the only one of the great Mexican dishes but one of the woman's chief industries. In almost any street there can be seen women on their knees mashing corn between smooth stones, making it into a batter and finally shaping it into round, flat cakes. They spit on their hands to keep the dough from sticking, and bake in a pan of hot grease, and kept boiling by a few lumps of charcoal. Rich and poor buy and eat them, apparently un mindful of the way they are made. The eastern democratic press oppose the Blair educational bill on the ground that it is "diametrically opposed to the principles cf the democratic party. As the object of the bill is to prevent illiter acy it can readily be seen what the east ern idea is of democratic principles. Governor Marmiduke, of Missouri has issued a proclamation calling upon the Missouri Pacific railway company and upon its officers and agents, and its employes of every grade, each in their several capacities, to assist in resuming traffic of all kinds in the usual way on all lines operated by said company in Mis souri, and warning all persons whether they be employed or not, against inter posing any obstacle whatever in the way of said resumption, and calling on good citizens to assist in carrying out the pur poses of the proclamation, and also extending the whole power of the state so far as it may be wielded by its chief executive officer, to sustain the company and its servants in said resumption, and restrrin and punish all that may oppose it. Several years ago when Mrs. John T. Green of Illinois then a voung woman, worked in a silk factory she was in the habit of biting off ends of the siik threads and chewing them. The other day she d'cl from what the physicians supposed was a tumor in the stomach. As it had been attended with unusua symytoms an autopsy was resolved upon, and revealed one o the most singular cases known to medical science. The silk threads swallowed years ago had formed a compact ball which had closed the stomachic duct and produced a lin gering and painful death. When Dr. Bowling, a pioneer medical man in the south, began practice he set tled in the wilds of Kentucky, where he sat in front of his cabin (or six months without a call. At last he heard the clatter of a horse's hoofs, and a lank, bare-footed Kcntuckian appeared. "Are you a doctor?'' he asked. "Yes, and a good one," said Bowling. "What's the matter with that 'ar foot?" the man in quired, placing his heel on the fence. The doctor examined it closely and re plied: "That sir is erysipelas." "Ery hell," said the man, "a bee stung me." The doctor moved to Nashville. The authorities of the Dominion of Canada have come to the conclusion that they want no more cargoes of desti tu te people brought from the British is lands and dumped down on thier soil The authorities of the various colonies in Australia came to this conclusion several years ago. Prince Bismark has ordered the poor poles to leave Germany, and he promises to put a stop to the entrance of any more. This "land of the free and home of the brave" continues to be "the asylum for the oppressed of all nations," with the exception of China. Possiblyt the time will come, however, when we shall think that we have as many poor people of our own as we can take care of. Chicago Times. Sam Small the gentleman now asso ciated in the revival business with Sam Jones declares that "more nonsense is talked and written ab;ut cigarettes than about anything else on God's earth, save politics.. I've smoked them for seventeen years and paid mighty few doctor's bills. Every now and then some fearful cigar manufactuer hires some broken-down minister or chemist to write a screed to the paper saying that cigarettes are quick poison bah!" It is not definitely known which of the cigarette manufact ories has retained Mr. Small to advertize them. THE USE IT OHii vaiCBSt. He first sent out his secretary on lecturing tour to prepare the way. Then with a flourish of trumpets and rattling of dicanters, the ex-surrogate of Newark- New Jersej, and "stay at-home-afraid -of battle" member of the Pennsylvania home guards, who has been transplant ed into the susceptible democratic ranks of Arizona, went forth to tell the gTeat unterrified what they should do to be saved. "I am your savior," he said. "Listen to me, and follow my footsteps, be not afraid and ye shall all it than' I am the boss political organizer. . K. M., hath said it and he knows me. Do as I tell you and after the battle next No vember, not a republican office holder will be left to tell the tale not even coroner or J. P. I have said it. We will get away with the usufruct racket and "do-an-n-'t you forgit it," Stand by me and I will bounce Clark Churchill on the inucuous dssnetude plan, and who will dare gainsay it, Biffl" The Cajrieat oa fits Jaka. The Chicago Current says: Mr. Fitz- John Porter, formerly General, and soon to be restored, said last Tuesday (as reported iu the New York Herald), in discussing the street car troubles in New York City said:"The only way to stop a riot is to promptly shoot down five or six hundred of the mob." In the language of Macbeth, there would have been a time for such a word snch a gory word and that would have ben when Pope ordered the quondam General to move on Longstreet, all to no purpose. Fight, Porter would not, "If necessary," said Porter last Thursday, "I shall myself go into the fight." On the evidence submitted to the Fitz-ohn Porter court-martial the prisouer should have been shot. The Current is positive that he deserves death more than any street-car conductor or driver now deserves death whose shortcoming is that he does not want to work fourteen hours each day, Sunday and all Senator Vance has written a letter re pudiating as relatives of his a large por tion of the Vance family who hold offi cial positions. He mentions particularly "one or two coal black negroes." The Senator hails from North Carolina, in which state stranger things have happen ed than for negroes to bear the name of a while man. Still the Senator's deiual will stand on record. Editorial Mi Misctllirans Urns. New Mexico has struck oil. Lord! how the repudiators do squirm. ExPresident Arthur is seriously ill and it is feared will not live long. Albuquerque celebrated arbor day on March 24th by planting trees. Albuquerque Congregationalists will erect a new church shortly. The "rum fellows" and "repudiators, say they "never done nothin,' "now. "GovernonFarrish," is the latest. It originated with the Daily Tombstone. It is a peculiar fact that not one out of ten sailors in the merchant service can swim. The telephone operators throughout the west are repotted to have joined the Knights of Labor organization. The wife of U. S. Grant, Jr., inherits $1,000,000 from the estate of her father the late Senator Chaffee. That part of the United States lying west of the Mississippi river could be carved into 351 states the size of Massa chusetts. Chas. P. Matthewson, president of the Nortolk National Bank, of Nebraska, has deserted his wife and five children, and skipped to Canada. Thirty carloads ef wine have been shipped to the east by California wise merchants since the railroad war began. A nephew of Jules Verne, took a shot at that celebrated romancer recently. Beyond giving him increased prominence however he didn't harm the old man. An exchange asks, "What is the natural term of a carp's life?" That depends somewhat on his opportunity and inclination to take hold of the worm which conceals the deadly hook. Senator Jones of Florida has at last determined to abandon temporarily at least his pursuit of Nthe Detroit heiress, and will return to his seat in the United States senate. The county jail of Lexington, Miss ouri, contains only four cells each ot which has an occupant, charged with murder. One of them will be vacated on Friday, April 2d, by the execution of Jeff Wilson. The United States Supreme Court has a bible that has been in use since 1808, and all the justices of the court and attorneys that have been admitted to the bar have clutched its pages since that year. The repudiators are beating the air wildly in their vair. efforts to secure the confidence of the people after the dam age done bv their false statements in regard to territorial finances. There are queer times in American court rooms when a Mississippi "bench' has a hundied and thirty-five bullet holes in it, and a Gloncester, N. J., jus tice of the psace has to protoct himself with a horse pistol. The San Francisco Chronicle reports that the surveyots on the extension of the Atlantic tnd Pacific to Santa Monica have crossed the Southern Pacific track at Ballona. The terminus ct this exten sion has been fixed at Santa Monica. Judge Reynolds of New York has just declared from the bench that a hotel keeper has no right to burn his registers. Aft-r a while the public will begin to realize as the criminal classes do now, that hotel registers are more prolific of "evidence" than any other one source The Governer of Florida has been as ked to appoint a commission to deter mine the sanity of Senator Jones. This is the first indication of respite for Miss Palm of Detroit, who still wisely refuses to be borne a bride to the senator's home in the frozen Land of Flowers. Pa ms don't flourish m cold countries. The daily Tombstone thinks that Cochise county is entitled to the Joint Councilman this fall from the southern district. For heavens sake, Nash, if you are going to furnish the Joint Council man this year, try and give us a better one than kwas furnished last session as the territory is poorer than it was then. Those "figgers" published by the repudiators have delayed the commence ment of building our railroad but Mr. Bullock and his associates hope to be able to overcome the difficulties, and build the road yet Copies of the J 3URNAL Miner, containing a truthful showing of the financial condition of the territory, taken from official records have been sent freely to eastern rapi'alists and to Mr. Bullock. The Jackson, Clarion, the leading weekly democratic paper in Mississippi, and for the past ten years the state organ edited by Oliver Clifton, late chairman of the state democratic committee, in a double-leaded leader, characterized the shooting of negroes at Carrotlton a mas sacre, wholly unjustifiable and without mitigating or extenuating circumstances, and denounces it in the strongest possi ble terms. Grand Master Powderly, of the Knights tjf Laber has recently issued a very able and sensible address to the order. He characterizes the great strike in St. Louis as unjust and uncalled for and says the principles of the order is opposed to strikes and boycotts. He counsels arbitration for labor difficulties and patience among the members of the order predicting complete emancipation from all monopolies within five years. The order numbers about three millions at present. The Grand Master says: The day of strikes is past, I never ordered one in my life, and, with two exceptions, never failed with an endeavor o meet employers for settle ment cf differences with employes." Saa Franciscans complain that the Flagstaff relief committee has failed to acknowledge the receipt of the former city's donation. Democrats have been trying to make our territorial prison self sustaining for some time. It is very nearly full of them. No spot in Mexico is sacred from smokers. In churches, on the railway cars, on the streets, in the theatres everywhere, are to been seen men and women of the elite smoking. It is whispered around that C Meyer Zulick u laying bis wires to obtain the nomination as delegatr to congress, in which event, Thos. Farrish aspires to the gubernatorial chair. Dakota is possessed of all the elements and qualifications necessaiy for state hood. She has the population, the nat ural resources of a permanent character, and as a simple act of justice, aside from all political considerations her de mand for admission should be heeded. He (meeting her at the church door to escort her home) That was a bcautif t hymn the service closed with. She Yes. He Are you fond of hymns? She Well, there is one I may say I'm particularly fond of. He Indeed! What kind of metre is it in? She It is a come-an'-meet-her him. They linked arms and strolled away with their heads close together. Bos'cn Courier. Governor Zulick's report on the finan cial condition of Arizona was so far a willful misrepresentation and the scheme fa demagogue that he has oven cached himself. It is now a well known fact in the territory thit Zulick's report has been dissected in Washington and placed along side of his record as a mining man in Sonora. That he will nerer be confirmed is now morally certain, and thus be it ever with demagogues. Her ald. Such inordinate hungering after notor. tety as is evidenced by Gov. Zulick and and staff, has rarely been witnessed. One would think to read the "Big Indian" talk that C Meyer is a special dispensa' tion from heaven for the purpose of winding up Geronimo's tenestrial affairs and that he only, holds the keys to the true solution of the Apache question in Arizona. Sickening bosh of such a nature as is being circulated for political purposes must have a nauseating effect upon sensible Arizonans. Clark Howel1. of the Atlanta Consti VJtion, writes from Havana: A family of 11 children is no rare tiling in Cuba, nor is such a family considered an un usually large one. It is said that in France there is but one man who is the happy father of more than a cozen children, and a movement is now on foot to erect a monument in honor of this poor farmer, Juan by name, I be 'ieve. Should a monument be erected 'n Cuba to every father of more than a doSen children, the island would fai ly glitter with marble shafts. A Washington telegram of the 35th instant says: Secretary Manning fell last night and sprained his ankle. He was at once put under medical care, bat suffered great bodily pain all night which greatly alarmed his friends, causing them to get other doctors and hold a consultation. It was then discovered that the secretary was suffering from apoplexy. Dr. Hamilton made a state ment this afternoon in regard to the condition of Secretary Manning, from which it appears that he has symptoms of apoplexy and is not regarded as out of danger. Bank Of Prescott, SUCCESSOR TO first National Bank, CAPITALS50.000. T. J. Butlm, 1 F. W. Blaki. President J Cashier, A general banking baainoM done Palace Saloon afoateta. St., aaxt to Boa a Bpeaea I wUb to aoUfr tke poblie that I have opened tbla popular placa and will keep the it atoak or goods la northern artaoua, ln Jading Wines. Liquors I Cigars FIRST-CLASS MUSIC . EVERY EVENING. J. J. Gcnr, Prop For Sale A THE PLAZA STAB LE. JOhead of Horses and mules, of all kinds fro $50 to $200 each. 3 Backboards, 4 ranch wagons. 2 freight wagons. 6 single and pole bnggies. 5 hacks and spring wagons. 12 labies and gents' saddles. 15 sets of harness, single and double, for buggies or ranch. The above will be sold on from four to six months' time. Apply to EUGENE BARNETT. Plaza Stables, Prescott, A. T. Sazerac Saloon! M lilliir. Hill. Qeo. W. Sices. PresritUr, RINKS12J CTS FINE LIQUORS & 0I0ABS Oarsrlaklo Clak At take Fine Billiard and Pool Tables, (or the Exclusive use and entertain ment of patrons ot the place. purley Street, Prescott. Montezuma Saloon AND LODGING HOUSE Montezuma Street Wiies. LiqNsrs lid Cigars ofth Best Quality ALWAYS ON HAND. This Lodging House has large, fine, nice and clean rooms and beds for rent by day week or month, HATZ & TOURNOT Cob Web Hall, Formerly known aa the Parlor Hxloou, MONTRZUMA BT., FACING THB PLAZA. MakM a ipaelalty of elllnf the aide and anait WINES and UQUORS , ,., tWD TUB BEST imported Segars. P. M. FISHER, Proprietor. EXHANGE SALOON AnduLodging, Corner Gurley and Granite street as end of bridge leading to West Prescott MARTIN MA1ER, PROPRIETOR rieuait, :aaifertaale aai liM42Ba Strangers respectfully trea'ex Mrs. James Roach has bought out the RECEPTION Restaurant and will keep the tables supplied with ALL THE DELICACIES that the market affords. PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ill Kills f Gimi li Smsii. Board prweek -S7 -SO -vagi item . Nov. 1 Ircott, Assay Office.. E STAHIfe Assiyer ai. Metellirgtcal Chsmis AMajing of ererr kind of ORE AND BULLION Analyses of Minerals, Furnace Products, Etc. CHARGES FOR ASSAYING ORES. For SUver, Alone $150 Sllxer and Gold. 2 00 " Lead. I Co M Copper .1 00 Iron .4 00 testb made (qcamt ktiys or qua. For Zinc, Tin, Arsenic, Antimony, Nickel, Cobalt, Quicksilver Or aay other metal, at rates as LOW as consisisteat with careful work. Bones & Spencer. DEALXBS IX Groceries And Provisions A fell linn of Tobaccos, Cigars, Pipes, Etc, Canned Fruits of all Description Always on Hand. OTTS AMD F1ESI FHUIT Gotlieb Urfers Saloon & Lodging House Cortex Street, Opposite Office Row. Prescott, Arizona Wines, Liquors and cigais of a good quality always on hand. Neat aodclean beds, well rentilated rooms. HEADQUARTERS SALOON. Gurley Street,next to'postoffice, formerly Arizona Brewery Saloon. PRITZ JESSON. Proprietor. Tha Best Wines, Liquors and Cigar in the market always on hand. Nor 11 Oraight or by thi hull PRESCOTT HOTEL Fine Booms 50c and $1 Per Day. THIS HOTEL, WmlSTEfASJUST BEEN OPENED, 1 XWE and furnished in every particular with all the convenience it make it a It is situated in the center of the city, within fifty yardi of the Postoffice,andistheMOST CONVENIENT HOUSE in Northern ATHUlla. .UUbllUU ji.m.uvu . J HEB. AUMUL.IER, Proprietor. cMott.Jaly 1, - m ILOS MIL GURLEY STREET, OPP, NEW CLUB ROOMS, Unexcelled Wines, WILL ALWAYS BE NEW PIANO STORE. Cortes Street one door 4north of UarUj. . A. BAIRD, Of the firm of Gardner & Baird, Los Angeles, has just receiTed a stock of CH1CKERING, KNABE, GEO. STECK, HARD.WAN and MARSHALL & WENDELL -AND PACKARD, STORY & CLARK AND TABER These are the finest toned in struments ever brought toPres cott, and will be sold very rea sonable. -GIVE US & MIL- FebtStf HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF New York, Capital Stock (fully paid up) S3f 000,000; Gross Assets, January 1st, 1886, 17,618,116.08. T COMPLIANCE WITH LVtt. PUCLI SL atlnn la heiebT mxdw that th Horn I'i'ljranea CosiM"T. or KewYTi. collected S2JM 17 prrmitm In Artioj Tcrl'orj-dar- in ineyearanainctenniarTxsin, 10. W. E.IMZELTINE. Mar?6 A tern. Prttcoll. A. T. , Th bmI potioW Wkl? MM;r llVMd tactQe.mcclislea.tiiTiBc UcotTi.u-&tfonaadp-tBtrpabtiftheti. Lrn naia tr tllutnted with tpW&did cacnucct. Tbu publication foriiihM a moat valubla myctepaaia, nf tslormatioa'alucJa no ptraoa ahouM b without. Tha poTalantj- ot tlx bcxrxnrzc AMUUCi la aca that tta moIatioo aaarly ac.oai thai af alt othar japan or! lu rtaaa eontbiaad. rnc t!3a f itsu ICO. PnZtaaer.:ia.auitfoa4vir... a. awpaiVfa jiTXEn ti umtw Itb Patast Ofic and hM frrparad pnetif Mtor out tnaa onm nunaraa 1 nou- Cartcf apwrua mod Btataa art! forca caoatnaa. Calaau. TTadt-Mirka. CCTT-naC'.a. carina- to mtaatora thur nxfeta ta tha ICsiud 9-alra. Caaada. tojUtJ. rasc. I Genus? aad ether forai ttm. pra. I purtt at atrt eotlee and en reasonable taraa. I InloraiaUoii aaMebtal3iXJ"taeeer Irallfcrrrti withent chaise. lUnd -bpolu of ' ' . - mnA mil nther nanaim for thrones Mara Co. are noticed in the StieeUBe JUnenraa tree. The adaeUa-ef euhaotueta nfS2d be all pereena ta arieh w de- dSeTVifisji f CO Often axxuca. st Ereadaaj, ew I art. STWKO!!I!IfSg Beff fsSr aware ef the teetlatereat tha laoViara tahiac tn KcestnetaaWark. e aa prepaid CraB eeeoao '"'J1'' fcyjea aa. beet 1 1 1 1 Itwad i antiraaet rapor. el llimereat. lacladSar Severe Catdea aadraaetee. eoo. Tntsxajcratme. OattnfaefBor.Cwt.Buev Wild Koiea. Ferret-aae. SoaterhSka,Sellepifae Seine, Crarjr Stack rat errvjcrrtcal tlcatacajtor. . road Lun, lOMpa. m aa.natine: ae tree, t l-a ra. aa 1 ia ereehaePaeawCa!S ZSTaadcanpletaetreciieeabr KeMre Scaatpouraad EatWotdcrr . Kaua l lua faistaai. Laaoe. MccaEjc fetter er.iaeeuje need at cetieeeferi Jtt eaakht( a eoartSrs? 6tnt that cae eotheboaeM etpsnO fee fn Oca iuev Te taooate FAJUt AJfD HOUSEHOLD, the taire. Jpae IBaamted Maraniac drroted ea tc iatxrrttr of the Camay Hoaee eedHaeaiholi.e!aea4oacfoae Oe&a ceaaptRa (a. Bead eneeaaeta. te ae, lair o ! eea.1 Si, fcr a eaea. aatecnptioe eetheMtfuma. rv be U. Mtevf lliajfi' 1 1 fun If aa&sfanarr. AdJme rUUD SHAWL GIVEN AWAY! Tianr-c tW Uifeare tM a UrjT mat Eaom ! Cua&vtrt rmm Prrm via, thsc Lu tome tssa out kaatia coaifBmct mf rUld priltsz ratals stfeatfcv propaiM tjpweatttfUtlagiim tkm lollrtic maattr S3t25 cfsuator S swm. mtmmiai ao ffaitosOimAmtsI arm Bad HMeseaold trewes. PpaJal.4WawmSa4 5t .atlsrfagt.cn anzjunued to ASM .ttUf K for mmomtj KfoaJcd. jLeUrcaa aMrs-sTsLfc Scse-s, PacificBrewery, JOHN RIME, Praarittor. By (he hogshead, barrel, keg oaiik or bottle. At the old .stand on Montezuma street CALL AND SEE ME. JOHN RAtBLE. LUDWIG THOMAS, TEACHER OF MUSIC. fuknarx l it SSjssBi cWwaJl aWaBlejea tr mmmmwmmmmm. a urn ALLLL sra. .bsNDH"? sssssssssssssssssssss taM.JU Liquors and Cigars SERVED TO PATK0N8 JL. C Palmer. City Feed Yard, Prescott, Arizona. Livery, Feed and Sale Stablea. Fast Freight. And Passenger Liie. Between ASH FORK & PRESCOTT. FIRST CLASS RIGS. The Poor Accommodate. Free. Come aud see us before contract ing. Pioneer Shops. BRECHT & THRONE At the 01. Staid. 'Joitj a full Stock of all Kinds of Blacksmith and Wagon Material, and are pre pared to do all kinds of Blacksmith and Wagonwork On Short Notice. Agents for theOsbome. Iron Mower. ir.... Adams' Self Regulating Wind Mills. TOM AND J. T. BESTAURANT. 0-0 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. Boat1, jxrr uwV.. .. Biigle Jleata. ....... ..$7.00 .. 50 Ooen Day and Night. r9 Waldo House. Centrally located on Montezuma street. A few doors north of tie Plat. First-classrooms good, clean bed and best of accommodations for the traveling public. Rooms by Day, Wask or Mailt Ilk : rl tor w rk at p pie. a?nd ULI J ce t jwtu. and we will mall III I I .,ou'' -a rojaU Talnblceam. a I teieeel pie box r S -O tbM til rot acu a ict r t niakliiK mtir- monr ' tew Ua.ra tban yu Tr thought ixxe'ble at any bMlnc. Capital cot jeqalrca. Ton cin Jive w bom and were In par lima nlj-.orU tlae time. Allof &o:h kxc. of all ;-- eracdjy u f Jul. friecau to S lallr earte-l trttzj erenlns. Tha'. all yao ast may tttljc bajlncm. are mats Ufa on paralleled offer: To all ar3 arenofa-11 .aij3ed we will send l lo pay fjr tbe trouble orwrttloica. FaU nartlolare direct net- enj free, lmmtnaeijr piy abaoloSeir imioT all whotastoaer. D)o't del jj-. AJ4;eea 3Tjyaojc at Co- Poutacj, Mains. Calm,Nickelsburg&Co. 13S 131 SAHS0XE STRUT. SN FRANCISCO. Make the best and most durable Boots and Shoes on the Pacific Coast. Buy no other. No Chinese Employed. tzfSvt Jjgfc. - !