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VLL. XXI No. 55
r. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA" WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1886:
PRICE TEN GENia
ARIZONA MEKLY JOURNAL
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SYMPTOMS or A
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ssamaSstM4Ual brt'rTawiB Asilaai aa
jiiTi extuct ummm
Kenovatea (te body, makea hcaaay ana,
.atraagttees tbs weak, repain tte waatas of
sue ajstea won pars Mood aaa asm ansa;
soaaa tba aerrooa arstesa. lailaisasia Ska
.brain, aad imparls aba near of lasahnnl
f 1. SaUbrdraelSBL
sTVXCK 44 Xamjrsc. Haw Tack.
J A. Roih X. TV. Well', umaer Howard
KU8H, WEI.LS k HOWARD.
Attoreeja atd Joantellors at Law
Frese tt. TaTspal Conaty, Arixona. Will at.
tend promp ly to all busrneat entnuted to
theui la the courts ot record In tbe territory,
STEPHEN O. MABCOU.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEI-LO-AT-LAW.
. AL SANFORD.
Oatea aa Cortaa Street, a frw Aoara arth
Tli f Jouaxax. office.
OH. t K. AINSWORTH,
farsiciAW isb Mumaxoi.
tiCir Octaeonal iJuIldlce.Qarley strsaU
R. K. ROBINSON,
Physician and Svrckov,
Office on Montezuma street,
One door North of Keesr & Co' Drugstore
Attorney General or Af zona.
ATTOELSKT AM) COUKSXLOR AT LAW
OrrtCB Orar the Bask of Arisoaa,
A TT KSET-AT-LAW, V. 8. COMXB
iV SIONER aa for Tntrd Olatrlet Ooart,
Yarapat county. Offloe naxt door to Raah
Welti. Jrco. A. T. S-a)
J C. HCRNDON. J J. HAWKINS
HERNDON & HAWKINS,
AmOKOEYS ND COUNSELORS AT LA
Special attention to conYeyanaug and
office work of all kinds.
HENRY CLAY BURKE.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW.
WVW1II praetlea in all the courts or Arisoos,
and berore tns TSricss DtpartmenU In Wub
OSes Boom 2(o. S. orer Bnk of Arisoaa.
Prescott, A. T.
The an Francisco Weekly Alia wilt be
aest to any address thirteen weeks on trit
for 25 cents. Splendid premiums are offered
ta yearly subscribers
THE WEEKLY ALTA,
tf an Frscdscc. CM.
BANE. OF ARIZONA
PBESCOTT, A. T.
Established, 1177. Tb Cldsat Bank In tbi
TsrrltorT. ML LKWia
SotLxwia. K. Wilu. HoooRfCKAXei'
R. N. BcaaioTKB. W. E, RaSxltivx.
aasi af Callfarnla ,. ,-staa rtmaetaei.
taldlaw A. Ca. Xi w VarL
A CXNXRAL BANKING BUSINESS
Srafta aad TalegTapble Ezebanta oa all the
rtaelpaj elUas or tbe United Slates boncbl
aa a KeL'tlaeeelTee Prasaat Attaatl
Shtr.ff Malrcnea lodged a uo in a
frw drjt since, who m somewhat peculiar
io hit waj. It tbe ttnry told by turn U
tra, the shetit? will earn a seat little fee,
by tbe catch. The prisoner gave his naase
a Jame Hearvy and claim to bail fro a
Greenville, Hoot Coatitr, Texan, where he
aj a reward of $5,000 is steading 'or his
According to bit storj. be coaamitletl
rape on little ,itt at hat place en th
4th of Ju e laat, the girl aftf rwarda bariaar
died. He lft tie coaotr; ud baa s'acs
beea roamio Treai place t place haviajr,
been at Albaqnerqar, tbe Na.jo astion.
aad at different point along tne road, He
has been in taij nc'iou about iwj Months,
aad a few tlaj sii.ee told his fltj to aa
old man on Blind Indian creek, ho, oj a
little strstojjj in dcceti him to g.i to Whip
pie, where Sheriff Moltenou made tbe
arrest. When taken be ws armed with a
big gun. Sheriff Mulrenon hi coaiuiaaH
cated with tie ctr ot Grrentillr, in
regard to h'm, but while lie tells astraight
forward norj, he lias more the apiaraaee
of u crnk than of a Tessf detn'rvto.
aar4 mt Karrtara.
The Biard of SuperrUont c'oaed their
ltbors fr the qo'ncr nn SsiuidT erenug
and adjourned. Daring tbe sftereooa ses
iou ther spportioned tbe fends of tbe d f
erent road districts as follows:
To district No 2, 250. D:atrict No. 3 k
I extended to inc'ade the Bell C.ftia road.
J and this smouot it for tie enlirejoad. No
3, 50; No 5, 8150; Nu 10, 100; No 11,
.!fA. . i JU. .A e. .A AIM
Na 21, 20; No 24, 8150; No S7, 850.
The repnt of 1 liatlidgp, rrerserr el
road distiict No 38 was read aad accepted;
and bill of 140.75 allowed.
The following bills were sadited aad
J H Msnoo, printing $ 17.08
Wash French, e wing carpet .... 23.50
lr Basliford Jb Co, mrrchandtse. .. 304.95
Joba Creliin, ret. air 21.90
Tbe district attorney wa r quested to
aikitbe opinion o: iSm: attoroey general as
to the liability of tbe sheriff fur negligence
in tbe collection cf licenses and aa to tbe
collector's fees for tbe collection of tbe de-
linqaeot taxes for 1885
Thi cbairtasn made a report of rflc'al
bunds spproTtd by bim darirg the psat
Care af riewriay.
90 SIain Etrket, Glocchestor, Maw,
April 16, 1889.
Allock's Porous PUcers bate bees aaed
in oar family for tbe lst three or foar
years with very bentf aslrtIt. Prerioas
to that I bid been satject to attack of a
severe pain in mj left aide. Hot cloths aad
linioicnts afforded temporary relief, bat
after a while the pain always returned, I
was adtised by a friead to tty AUceckt
Porous Piuters on my aiaV, wbiab greatly
bentfitted me. Afiarthat I trisa) aareral
kinds of plasters to -ae wbiab. was best,
and finally decided that AlkSeck1 aaitad
my case tbe beat. I have warn
stantly ca my tide ever, siaee,
never beea troa'ulcd with tbe aaia,.
wb-a I lelt Ibem off far a rew daya. fTe
always keep a supply ia the bevee, aad
whenever a pain seises aay af aa,:ia aay
part of tbe body, we jast apply aa AHeeek'a
Plsiter, and can at t heartly recommead
tbra. Jamrs PxTTMarw.
At tbe last meeting of tbe city eeaaeil,
the following bill were audited aad al
A Ait ken, treasurer fee.
J X Dodaon, chief police, salary. .
I Helm, city engineer
A B Boyle, night watchman
W C Foster, auditor, city recorder,
R N Fredericks, collections
Brecht & Tbione, merchsndise.
L Btsbford & Co., merchsn'lise...
J C Frederick', express 350
John H Msrion, priatiag
L Bsshtord, rent exit boose
Mrs A L Moeller. teat engine hoae
J C Martin, printing
Mr C M Oilsun, taxes remitted....
A aVrac Mtara arsHaiy.
Dr. Robtston'a drug store and cf&cr, ad
joining it, were burglarised lat night, the
burglars effecting an entrance from tbe rear
by prying opea tbe doors, leading to each.
From 1 he drug store tbe change left ia tbe
till over night was appropriated, while aa
merou other artiilea were misplaced, aad
tbe doctor think some perfumery waa
taken. Hi cSce fared worse a a case
containing a valuable set of surgeon1 too!
was pried opea, and two or three dissectiag
knirr and caws taken fro n it, ruining tbe
usefulness of the entire set. His diploma'
wss also tsken on of tbe frame hangiag
orer tbe door. Tbe latter circumstances
wotld tndicite that malice rather than gain
prompted tbe burglary, as neither the
diploma or surgeon's tools could be of any
uie to lLa party taking them.
Waea wet la rawltlve Anwar
Tbe rbematic face seldom tres from a cer
tain soreness and stiffness in tbe joint and
muscles, which serves as a constant remind
er that tbe virus ncly wait an unfavorable
change of weather, or tbe aid of a cold, to
emphasize its preseece with excruciating
twiogea. To prevent tbe recurrence aad
mitigate the pain, there is uo finer or safer
source of relief than Hostcttct'j Stomtcb
Bitters, a medicine erety way preferable to
tbe poisoar, repeatei icfioiteaimal dote of
which are taken, to the prejudice of health
and tbe jeopardy rf life, aad without a per
maaeatly remedial effect. Sleep bsaished
by rheumatic and cturalgic pain at sight,
is restored by this beneficent soother of tbe
nervous system, and tbe dumber which it
luperinduces is far more refreshing aad
beneficial than the stupor iatu which tbe
brain is thrown by a narcotic. Appetite
and.digetion, as well a sleep, are improv
ed by it, and it is an admirable regulator
and tonic for tbe bowe's snd kidaeys. Uas
it for rheumatism before retiring.
The Citizen announces that work will
be commenced on the narrow gnage road
connecting Tucson and Globe this week.
Tbe two towns are correspondingly jubil
ant over the crent.
Caleb W. Weft, of Kentucky hat beea
appointed governor af Utah.
OM fiaWwtaJgaigttjaaiasiai swn
tba ism ol AtieMlatVaa
tifal bloade yiW Idyt' wa'fatjrit' re
aided here, aad wb1nawMie quite a
"oalt widwtf i tlsa steaaas lMMe,
tbe cMsasHtmlmotty problem of
tne widows asd t beiri of the
aabob. mmltiiiit (hBlytbe
itky.ado wptair wy wbkli tba pJ-
" . a'? . .- ... .
lie iasrfttia ia awry
Kxamiaer, ofiwaawt aVT the r-aUsi
(aioirialk,--at ' which
deocna a)afap hi aassttsi r)wg aawajl
tbeaa tba altMlioaof. the... police .was
attracted to tbe fi ar story.mis;oef wbara
aba reside, by a shower at spitiooos, saas'
ware, ailvarwAre, eatlery, Dsdclolhea, wear
iag appary,ate ,mat)stiog ffomubaf earth'
atory to the side walx. Tbe oScers reaolved
to storm tbe place aad wbWaseeadiag the
last i'gbt of stair wetaaMt by a parlor
tove oa its downward iia-fct. I caromed
from tbe left ear of owe of the caVsera te
tbe loot he ow wbea they eaatlaaed ta ae
vaacr. exaeetiaw- to meei tke reaf at tba
atxtawp. 'When tbe top step was gaiaaij
says' the ExtmiBer; "a grca gtren door
barricaded the way, bebiad which a yoaag
aad btwaauma bteaoV, c'ad .rBalexaaV,
loairg fcarateat, laughed del tatty at
aad with a lunge triad to pear a glaa
champagne down her boaom. Tbe door
burst aad tba fairy captured.
Inrcsligstioa revnlrd tbe fact that tbe
cattle so bravely stormed wss the resideaae
of she dseaiirri miUioa4 re, Thomas Kyiha
dariag bu life time, and thatnhe fairy al
laded td iwa aae osbar thairAiiaeJtMtk
Diekaaea, alias Bly the, tba putative widow
of the deceased, wad that she Waa ia be
m"dat of moat hilariaa champagae
Tbe same paper gives the details of .aux
merowi, ether aacapadea the fair Alic has
bad, troat which eae would iafer tbat she
a a real lively girl, heat oa bating a goad
time ao saatter what it costs.
Caplaia A. T. Break eaate ta freat Tar-
key creek last abjat with a bar ot gold
valued a4bataft 1,090 to 91,909 tie rasaU
at a partial clean ap of afoar day run of
the Meraiac OJary mW. ;H say the mill
is raaaiag aight aad ihy, aad they have
road at aspect to continue it all aammar if
Ta aaiae, aa Jar a It ia opaaai aW leoaa
wall, aad the aasra it ia developed, the lar
ger the veia of gold haanag raak is foaad,
Ha ha a huga-aaseaat of ore already out,
aad plea'y mare ia eight. The working ot
tbe mill ha provca a complete sac cm.
About twenty mea Mmpkjdt praseat
The Morairg Glory, it will benaMmbared,
hwaed by J. O. 8. A. Heaexy; the let.
teofwhtNa U'afckMiv Phll4Iabivva&
unable to ratura ta.the tarritory.aa ezpect-
Captain Br aaa alae informs a that other
atiaea are beiag worked oa Turkey creek;
with good results, aad theomtlaok than U
Dosgla Qray hu had a aajceasifal ran af
the mill erected by Prof. Church aad him
self last summer,
Malvaaoa A Roach are at work oa their
miao aad ar taking oat good ore.
Read A Wateoa, who opened up aad told
fome'goH prapertir ea the ereek' iateed to
isbortly tartJatark aerelepiag aaathat
claim owned by them there aad
which they-.aeafideatlf believe will prove
to: be oae at the hast mine ia the district.
Tbeee men are both pneseeotd of peraever
acr, pleek aad energy, aad with a thor
ough kaowledge-j ot fmiaiag uaaever aaia-
i Kr he foaad at atlaa their
Oae of the raJaa of rts William Hoase
Regmlar is to tba (feet that SBy member
being lata or aheeat withoat aay reasonable
est a, aad the oaly excase which i al
mkted- aa, reawabir,-ia a atohaa rhib or
death, i. laeTwTbetthi of 'beeri.t hs
aeai appearaace. Josa Bmitb, a member
oftha.9fatsrjiltai aa fattargof .bramlf. jbo,
tetday, a to violate; thi ralej and1 to-day
waa the recipieat of a Bote from each bmbv
bar, astifyiog him of hi derelictioo J)l
dutv, and oae irom tne "jaoge" advocate
(ao personal allasiea msaat) aad hoc baer
guszler of the ofgaaisitioa eoataiaiag aa
otsciai aottce ot aeanaca, A a eaaatqaeTee
the Regular will "bear ap" at their five
o'clock repast this, erasing.
Tbe fbllowiag transfers of rati est)
have beta Hell for record: -K .
C." P. -Hicks to H. B. Skiaaer, Tucker
mining claim for 9300.
Sundry placer mines ditches aad part ia
teres ts ia tbe same as lallosn: A. W. Callea
to CM. Bagadara; taaeidaratioa t99,900.;
A W Callea Sa saase, $1000. 'V
S B D,lplj u 3,000.
W Callea " 3,900.
A W Callea u 9,00a
Jams More 90.
C M. Hagadora, to Mr. Alios Howe,
Aa old pbrMelan. retired from practlee.
havlag aad placed ia his hands by an East
India missionary she formula ol a almpl vag
atabl remedy for the speedy and permanent
ear of Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh,
Asthma aad alt throat aad lung afeetloas.
also a pealtlrs aad radical enre for Heroe
Debility aad all Nervous Complaints, after
having tested Its wonderful euratlr power
la thousands or eases, has feint al duty to
make tt kaowa t hi raarlng fellow, Ac
tutted by this motive and a'dssire to relieve
hnmaa sufarlag, I will send (re of charge, to
all who Aeelr K Oerma
Trench or EagUsh, with foil directions for
preparing and using. Seat ny mall by sddrsss
lag with stamp, aamlag tais paper, W. A.
reweif aUaafc. KoehaaUr, xw
mmr m sew ly
Nms. Mitts ni CiwMits.
4 There are new on the rolls of the
Pension Bureau the names of t7.au
women, widows of the soldiers cf the
war of 1812.
Whea it cones to working for the
financial growth and prosperity of the
town al! political or personal prejudices
should be laid aside and united and
harmonious action taken.
Ex Senator Bradbury, of Maine, who
served in the United senate with Daniel
Webster, though 8a years old, has a firm
tf) aad bears few marks ol great age.
He. was a college mate of Haw throne and
Loagfallow at Bowdoin.
America is the. only country which
spends saore upon education than on
war or preparation for war. ureat
Britain does not spend one-third as
much, and France not one-ninth, or
Russia one twenty-ninth as much
education as on the army. '
A gentleman, who. arrived, from Her-
aaoeillo yesterday, reports that a few
days age General Otero moved from
Baeca Vista and had a battle with
Cajeme, who, alter a hard-fought
atijmsisrnT compelled Otero to beat a
hasty retreat Epitaph.
The unparalklled increase in the
valae of land in the southern counties of
California has opened the eyes of those
who are ctcurous of seeking new oomcs
aad they are now on. the lookout for
other localities having the same induce
eaeats of climate and soil, and nowhere
can a new country be found offerwg so
nearly the sasae inducements as the Salt
and Gila river valleys. Herald.
There was an interesting relic on ex-
tubkion at the Grand Army of the Re-
pabJic fair at Perry, Iowa, last' week, in
tbe shape of a Testament and another
saaaJl book, the two being pinned to
gether by a mianie ball. The'relic was
sent by John Bisb, of Rippey, who, was
in Company H of the Tenth Iowa Vol-
aateers. The ball was received while on
dtttY in line of battle, at Champion HiU,
Atay 16, iS6.
Hiraa Craine is a wealthy farmer
living near Bushville, Pa. He recently
eaterlained a book agent who, in depart-
iagin the morning, paid twenty-five
ceats fer his lodging and took, a receipt
for it The receipt now turns out to be
a note for 1,500, ia tbe hands of a third
party, and Mr. Craine will bare it to
pay. The next bible agent who shall
call upon Mr&aine jrill have the dog
A teacher refoested a pupil to parse
the following sentence: 'She played on
the piano."- The pupil began thusly:
"Sheep ia a common noun; third person;
plural number" "Hold onl" cried the
teacher. "Who said anything about
sheep? She played on the piano' was
the sutaace." "Oh, I thought It was
'Sheep hud on the piano,' and I wondered
what the muttonheads wanted to lay
It is said that pne umonltjiasbecome
epidemic around AfcKeesport, Pa, am
tbe physicians attribute it to natural gas.
"X have ao doubt," says one of them,
"that natural gas is responsible not only
far pneemosua, but also for many other
diseases ef the respiratory organs. It is
areat convenience, but as it is burned
now the grates are almost closed up and
no provision made for ventilation. The
result is, the atmosphere .of the entire
house becomes very dry, but is vitiated
A Michigan woman had. a remarkably
vigorous dream recently in which she
saw her husband's mules on a rampage
in the barn. In her dream she went out
to see what was the matter with them.
She found them kickiug high and hard
and methougbt began J doing the. same.
Her kicking was the only realis
tic part of the affair, for,she did kick so
haid that she broke one of her husband's
ribs, broke several bones in one of his
feet, and inflicted other, injuries upon
him. He is on a fair way to recovery
now but says be will sleep with the
The fruits of alien landlordism in
America will be harvested by the next
generation, bat-people now living may
see about how the arrangement is to
work by observing some of the symptons.
A recent dispatch from London mention
ed a general meeting.in that city of the
Powder River. Ranch Company, of
Wyoming, and the appointment of a
committee to visit the United States and
investigate tbe business of the corporation.
Whea English companies meet In London
ta declare dividends out of moneys
received from American tenant farmers,
which will be the next step, we will have
a land question -as well as the other
A professor of Yale college who i
a very bashful man fell in love recentlys
with a young lady and being afraid to
ask the parents of the girl oi his choke
for her hand, was persuaded by friends
to elope with her. The old folks were
made Acquainted with the scheme and
assisted it as far as possible. Tbe pro
fessor was provided with a Udder, dark
lantern and the .usual paraphernalia and
though he went at it bungh'ngry, makiag
as much noise as a brass band, no one
save the girl was awakened, in fact she
had sat up waiting for him, and the
elopement was conducted to a successful
istve withoat a auhap. When the pro
fessor called upon his parents-in-law
next day they gave the strategetically
wadded couple their blessing without
reserve, aad the old man ia his exuber
ant joy act up the rum unconditionally
All athwart the frt rint cedars
And the streamlet' deep dark p!eador
All atbart the waving hemlock,
Tbe gleaming sunlight lies;
As k walk a favorite pathway
Wbea the lenvn breath wbisperirg
And we care not for Ibe latearva
While lovy'a light b:ami in our ever.
Up the taisr slope we ram til-,
There ihe sul light falls on I. ku,
Till wo rrtch tbe frhu tuimuit
And tbe town seia farav. ;
Many glances f nd we batteiM
Though but tew few wo.-i'.s wcte
A we dim !xd tbe bill wbic . titrt
Bade farewell to parting day. '
But at last brave heajtl wli p r' ;
"See yon strnmi that met t mI n.n
nilcgt, From two sources tlrsnge and ilhtant
Tbey begin their const sat fi
I will b like one, if thou will
So our iivca may be a single -Stream
of love snd true deration,
Blight with joys' encliangieg glow."
O'er tbe bilk, by that same streamlet
Ooe week tatter now we wander,
Several days have llve'd aad pe.-iah'd
Tct tho-e sbicing stream still meet;
And our heart are one aad faithful,
While in silent thought wa poader
Memories nf tie days departed -
When we leaned, that life i sweet.
AtiBNi TBUaroau ri.Bstiw'.
My lava is like a lovely rose
As sweet to sense as rosea are;
Btstitwa ber beauty near aad fir,
Aad ever acme fresb f si mem show.
My lova i like a yellow rose
A rich and ripe in wealth of tint;
Disclosing nature's chaste print,
And calm, and cold as morning saoaa.
My love is like a bright red rose,
.A) fiuthM as fibwerlabeat oi day,
Aad glow with love as rose may,
Whea k'as'd, aad cannot kiaa oppose.
My love k like a pile white rote,
A faint aad trail to human head;
la whose aad eyes the tear drop at snd
Like dash of dew at evening' cloa. "
My love is like a lovely lose,
A thug of bloom .ad blush aad blight
Abt those may sever wroag from right
Who know not why the red rose grow.
Tk Cklaete Cjaeattaa
The work of orgaaisiag tbe ati-L'hitc
League goes bravely oa; already seme al
Yavapai's best mea have aacwered the
appeal of those who most inter from the
Chiaese evil, aad have pledged themselves
to tbe support ofjbe canee. , .
Very few ta elligent citiaeaa take aa'aad
sgaiust it, aad these oaly far fear that the
rash elemaat of our pepalatioa may geJat
coatral of the more meat. Word af sym
pathy for tbe good cause are daily apokea
in pablie aad private conversation, show
iag that success is not far off.
The greatest earnestness aad moderatioa
were tbe charasteris tic features of the aati-
Chen eae maa meetirg lately held at the
court bouse, showing that thy moat timid
of our fellow citiaeas seed take aa alarm
list tbe safe guards of law and order should
be overtaa in tbs march of progress, aad
ting that aoae bat lawful measaras
are contemplated IjjSt-bS- l?JS;.f lit ii
promotioa of their orject, which is aotaiag
more or leu thaa the proteCioa ef white
labor aad iedastiy agaiast Chiaeae eat
patitioa ia Tavapai. -
STantaa O. Mabcoc.
Tba following i the lwt of letter
remaiaiag at the Post Omca ia rVeacott,
Arisoaa, for the week eadiag April 9th,
Arthur W O Lingel George
Atkiacoa O B Lowdcadaeh Cha
Beckmsa Wa Msrs Joseph Mrs
Baraett H MorrM.KicBard
Colby Delia Mis Reid i'Ji (9)
Clark J A Beeves Charley
Bilk Ed Saell H N
Earner! J M Tobler H 8
FraleyJM Tighe Jam I
Falkoer W F Welsh Aaak Mia
Hoop Clara Miss Wright KtU W
JoaccWC Williams Saoeh
Eellaer Jcceph Webb J A
Call for advertised letters.
J H A MABSH,
The eatertaiameat gives by tbe pspUsaf
tbe grammar depanmcat of the public
school last evening was largely attended by
friends of tbe school. Tba seat were all
tskea and standing room ia the corridor
was evea at a premium. The pupil ac
quitted themselves '"n every meriroroa
manner in the virions perform aece. The
prcgrsmme was well selected sxd the eater
tainmeat throughout n fleeted credit ea
both tbe teacher, Mill Martin, aad her
This powder never varies, A msrvel cf
pnnty. strasglh aad whelasomraess. Mere
eeeeealeal than tbe eralBary kins aad cia
aot be sold la competlUoa with the mal Utadc
af low. test short eight, alam or pkaspbst
Kwoer. asoa . aaiy ia eaaa. cyai aaa lag i
wder Co, 1(9 Wall S treat, Tw Terk. J
Si twit's right! Now! ;nd
Kttrt pkiris in bargained
.. . THE ONLY HOTEL IN TOWN.
Cr-. SCHTJEElfiiiT, Prop.,
(Succeessoij to Dan Hatz,)
SOUTH MONTEZUArA STREET. PRESCOTT.
Board and Lodging Per
Board, By the Day -
his a TvrriT
- ICCMaeVt.y VUil. F -. i t
PaiT, Ans-av lobcr"?, 13S5. !
Fine Booms 50c
THIS HOTEL, WHIUH HAS JUSTBEEN OPENED, IS S WE
and furmished in everv uarticular with alltl c- ct i. cnience
it aOAkeit A
ItifMtawtedin the center of the city, within fifty yardi of the
Pottofice, and is the MOST CONVENIENT HOUSE in Northern
Aziaona, Farticular Attention Paid to the Comfort of my Guesta.
,tt,Jaly 1, i.
GURLKY STKEET, OPP,
WILL ALWAYS BS SERVED TO PATRONS
THE LEADING HOTEL
The Only Hotel in Northern Arizona With
Hard Finished EDoms.
SITTING AND DINING BOOMS AHE THE LARGEST
AND BEST APPOINTED IN PRESCOTT.
t'Class In 3S5"T7-l?3r JEL&i
Home Hade Candies
Manufactured Fresh Every Day
Fraits and Nuts Of All Kinds.
Oysters in 32 very Style.
an, Confsctiuaar, Coitez Stroat, Prasaott, Ariaona
Aziaoaia, Lima or Alton.
one dozen of these tm!"
for at $2,50 per fozei,
Delifeed tc anj.'part f Tw
and $1 Per Day.
NEW CLUB ROOMS,
Liquors and Cigars
IZONA JOUSML-PUlEi- .
rr.vn rsuxTinsi stacasTo
Tbs Abizo.va Jouhsaz. JiLsra I paa
tn t er ry .lay la the week ict niacar
fBK IVmTLT IOCtJjIlMlSSall
i!il nt-i -cf "VYedarsdar at lTwti.tba
U'pital " .w lWrltvry.
riiK AKIZO.VA l'iriiLtalHIXt) c
nio!eit ti the cotncierelal t-.d batiasas la.
ertjjts of thj Territory.
DAILY per year - ' ITS
a.x- on i year, 4 at
" " sixmonthj. " aa
Moist rasr be remitted be rerUlrmS luur
poitoScc order or draft.
The JttS.uvvlintt wiu bs delivered by
a rier t taMcriber In ths city fcr aeeeal
Local notices wilt be Inserted, at aTteaa
cent a line for the first !nrUea aad tea
enls per lies for ech ubjetiLeet tawrtkia.
CorretpiraiEce ou n subiieU of general
ateTestTlIltc accept asu news tram aar
oeallty U solicited, especUllr Iroa the Jnlslai
amps e2 ajrrlei'l'jral disulcta.
All cocmsnirt joas .bould be addressed ta
xr Jr.tmxxL-Mixaa. Preseott. Arltona.
E. C. Dakx. (loom So. CMerclianU'Ex
anje. Sua Fran;lro. 1. k1 inlfor the
. iwxa JiURXni.-.Mi.xjia (hjt c'.iy. n
4 . s--'r- tt, r -l-ri momji dr. thl
t. ih r 01, uii.9 or-Ur for adr.rtUlBs;.
X '-nili oy othtr bntlnctUrTolTlnc
Ml t ? I rlr.n, ilTe tli. pah
tier. .r.K I' A T JuVMXAb-MlEa and
kt. attti. Jli.ier w loand oa
til athl ifH tL
SSa1 or J-'n! Adrertlainc
. riff' sle
, laroi-.s. IHurlct cirt
.win it Juitlce Court .
. 36 aa
na- tne ..Notice for PnbucatloDl.
v-plleitioa for Ia!enl..
'ronust afors otice-
il: at utus. r.
m tpaywr Aimtllinr mareaia (IS I
ftb made for jMa !
sail SU.ar.9 T'aie Xabte ta nmt rroaa
Mai' tor Southern portion of the Territory
nd Pacific Owt leaves ditly it G :a0 a. m,
.a Pl.enir and Alulcopa. Arrives at tJ:00
Ms'J t'l tbe listsra Slates fia A. Jk P.
vcj daily at p ta. Arrive
't . m. daily,
Moil for Rndiaaw, tii llasjaysatpa,
loear Meeirille and Alexandria, leaves
blear' ys aad Friday at 7 a. m. Arrive
Tuesdays and Saturdays at C p. o.
Mail for Phenix,"Tia Antelopo allev,
1tsatea, Wickcnbargh and Valtura, ie arras
loadavs. Wednesdays and Friday at 3 a.
n. Amvea Tuesdays. Thurrdiys and fial
Mail for Joaiper, via Simmons laavca
: vardsya and -Tuesdays at 7 a. m.; arrives,
it. jdays and Fridays at 6 p. m.
J. II. A. Xarh. Poatmaatcr.
Atlantic & Pacific RaHroai
951 a n
1 Hi a re
11 10 arc
331 p ni
!S a m
7 SO am
11 Up am
a io am
Kla mi .Y' .
. 'Ite Teili..
a m p id
rhnVt.1l tt Vat fl. . 1 f fmnA.an .1. 1
and west oa mI at the prloelpal atatiesa.
Via Ia; ana to th. Indian village or Aae-
. ltt UlilWBw.. ,A t.. -Wfa... -
n Via. WInSrWr "-. -uiaa;
Aejrry) 25 miles; Canon da caelle
Km aiC.nnn.9i ml!
.'laUolbrook.ui-weeklTcUKea. ta Fast
A ache. So mile.: Sprtnservllle as aalkia:
aow tow. 5a alls; Tarlorrlll. Ball?
Ao-inl laclan VII ate (no nSSij nfe
Via Navajo, dally '.tacts to Ht. Johaa. al
mll: Sprtncerville 8S raile.
Via WInslcwto Brtg ham 6lty and Ssnast
Via Asb ork, dailr Him to PMaaasa
aad WLlcpie Barradcs, Si alT: daliv ilsssa
rroaa rrecott to Pnenlz and trl-weeklv mmm,
Co fort Verde. wweanj aaaa;
Via. P.acU k prints to tbe Gran Case at
the Colorado. 13 mliea. -
Via, King-man. dallr Hut, if, arm law
Hm-jtomlies; Mineral Park. UmllM;Craat
Vl Tbccti to 8Itn1.4o rallM.
la TL Xeedlea. staamsiSto Tama.Cal
?J??Jl7" aoey.Fort Mojare. MoJaVa City
Hardyrlila, Arisoaa, aad Ki Dorado Caaaa.
W. A. BISELU
D. B. BOBUVr1 WAava.
General M.nacer. a Iboqaarqaa, ar. M.
Awl IMui ML
a aYnTwwjaja crtrwVV
FINE LIQUORS k
CorarSaale Clab Btaaaia Attaekrd
Fine SiUiarel aad Pool Tables, for the
EaclBsrve use and estertaia
mectof patrons ol tbe
Gcriey Street, Prescott.
GREY EAGLE STIBLtS.
Run stages from Prescott ta Alocaseki
ana return, once a week, carryio
passengers and frelghL
Will LeaTe Presoott
Every Monday Morriinr
at 7 o'clock, retunnng every
Lit, IWud Sab
S A L O O i .
Gurley Street.nixt toJpostoSce, formerly
t"u,h -Drevray Saloon.
The Best H1n.es, Liqcora and Oan in
me marvel alway. on hand.
Beer on Drasght or by tin Burtfc
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