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A J ZONA
VOL. XXII No 35.
PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER l. 1886.
PRICE TEN CENTS
Do too know that a pain in V kft abooldtr
crimiU a aj-n ol h;ari illajajul It h: and that
na ny ban pnauawd ttr towWil a 2dal
urn tnatxn tiumdi czciwr 1 1. ajm a
PXJXrS HEABI i
r tX etc.
ShwtRissiflriitlvJX? Uw owi.
nJihUtico cl the heart, abonajaaa of Urath, Uaai.
tac. rata In tlie left ihooldar or arm, Jooc tba
jr tnca U heart dlwue, sad call lor tia ha air
dta us of Dr. rurr' Hun Raanr.
liiUiJdla core the cCusioa W ot Urupnr,
. xhit dee in m casta to oaW d-am U tM
!.rrt it (rtmral d.-ctatkm. A jtiata, $1.50.
i -ifiar treatise vilh tacn uort .
Probably M aneh ilniT i
(Voj tabfflal luaH.aaimarraaanyaai
cna ius to toia lha martilno that; an-.
Ir preKritxd- Hamburg i"gr wtta tinaand Sc.
cbrcio thil dlfiatltr, aad tber will b HmmX t
itctirc m vtU a plVixnt to me tan at wemea
At Druiiti; oraJi'nw
J. J. MACK at COu,
S and ll Front St, an Frucfae, OX.
Smelting & Lead Co
416 Voitgainry Strut
Kcfit.crs of Gold and Silver Ores
Highest Prices Paid for Gold, Silver and
Lead Ores and Sulphurets.
Manufacturers of Eluestone, also Lead
Pipe. Shot, Lead, Shot, Etc
This Company has the Best Facilitis on
the coast for working
tVU. HlLVtCB AND LKA.D UBtCH JD
Prettiss Selhy, Supt
Cabinet Chop House
Sunday, October 3d.
Fverything New and First-class
Good Cooks, Polite
Table Supplied With all
DELICACI KS of the SEASON
Board by the Day, Week
GREY EAGLE STtBLhS
Granite Street, Preacot,t
Hun stages from Prescott to Alexandria
and return twice a week, carryin i
passengers and freight.
Will Leave Presoott
J Aery Monday and Friday
Morniir; at 7 o'clock, returning
ev ry Tuesday and Satur
day, di? SHULL & AUSTIN.
RcSTU'itAKT tm CHOP HOUSE.
nest door to Maier's Exchange
Windmitler Jacobs, prosnetors.
Board by the Day, Week or Mial-
All the Delicacies of the season
Come One. Corns III.
No Chinese Employed.
HOARD, j.cr week S-S.co
h ANSIS CITY, M'..
C;;5sa Gsiieat Ba.'.k n Business
J AS. T. Thorntom
W. St. Clair
M. R. Thornton
TOM HIN KEE,
Proprietor Chinese and Japan.
ej Bazaar hs removed to
Krifk Building on
West side of Granite street
next to the
Chinese Joss House.
A Full Line
Of Chinese and Japanese Goods
Eew goods just received. A ful
line of Chinese and Japan-
Jancy lioods, leas
Saloon ft Lodging House
Cortex Street, Opposite Office Row.
Wir.cs Liquors and cipats of a food
quality always on hand. Neat aodclea
beds, well ventilatsai n
Vm no reformer; for I see more light
Than darkness in the world. Mine eyes
To catch the first dim radiance of the
And alow to note the cloud that threat
The fragrance and beauty of the rose
Delight me to, blight thought I give tho
And the sweet music of the lark's clear
Stays longer with me than the night
And in this great throe of pain called
I rind a rapture linked with each despair,
Well worth the price of anguish? I
More good than evil in humanity.
Love lights more fired than hate extin
guishe, And men grow better as the world grows
A VISITOR'S OPINION.
Col J. (I. Albiight, of the Albuquer
que Democrat, who visited this seciion
recently, furnished his paper with the
following truthful description of Pres
sott: The capital city ol Arizona terntorv n
a town of about twent)-five hundred
people, and enjoys the reputation of
being one of the best towns in the wet
a reputation, by the way, which it
fully mer.ts. Nestling in the tr.-t 'st of
the great mountain chain that traverses
the continent from nsrth to siuib, with
an altitude which guarantees it always a
pure, cool and hea'thy stmosphere, and ;
with a latitude which insures it Against
the sevriities of the northern wsnie.", it i
seems to enjoy, in the nuner of climate, I
the golden mems which renders a court
try so desirable as a place of residence.
And it has been equally foitunte in the
character of iis citizens, having been stt
tled by an it.telligcr.t. progressive class of
t.. i i ...t.. :.u . l. :
I ICUilC, WIJU UIUUJHL Willi IIJC1II IU IIIC1I
I new heme all the tste. refinement and
energy of the best modern liiilizjiisn,
and as a consequence Prescctt it a
thoroughly modern Amedcan city, in
all that the names implies in tne wjy cf
societies, churches, schools newspapers
and public crtcrprise, an J hence,
though the t n has leen up to this
ti.ne, one ot the must holatt l 'c the
tmcn', i's people have net lived, fu;
uratucly, "in the back woods," but have
c n joyed all the benefits ot civilized so
ciety, to b found in the moit favored
It is surrounded by a mineral country
which is unsurpassed in richness by any
ether mining region on the continent,
and though its development has been
retarded by the hostile Apaches who have
in the pa.-t been such a ter
ror to the people in all portions ot the
country, a number of mines have been
opened, and are steadily yielding lich
returns in both ulver and gold, while in
the nutter of copper vast fields of ore,
of practically unlimited extent, have
long been known, and now th-t General
Miles has forever settled the Indian
question, and the shnek of the iron
horse is absut to succeed th war whoop
of the Apaches, these great fields will
soon be utilized capital and enterprise
are already taking hold of them and
in a few years the mineral wealth of the
district tributiry to Prescott will ai
tonish the whole country, by its magni
tude and its permanency.
The railroad, w.iich the Prescott peo
ple have so loni; looked for, hoped tor
and worked for, is it last a reality.
Starting from Prescctt Junction, a poh.t
on the Athntic k Pacific, about
twenty miles wct of Ash Fork,
the line to Prescctt is seventy-one miles
in length; for forty miles of this dis
tance the Preset: Sc Arizona Central
railroad is njw completed, and reulir
trains are running. Another set tim of
ten miles will be ready to operate this
week, leaving the gap tJ be tilled by th
stage coach only tentv miles, and this
gap will he closed by the opening of the
new year, when Prescott be put in
regular rail :ommuniction with the
outside world, and will enter ujKn an
era of growth and prosperity which will
astonish even those who have the great
est faiih in her future.
Prescott alsn has much to boast of in
the ay of her agr cu Ural resources.
The Hassyampa, the big and little
Chino, and a number of ether streams of
lesser importance, furnish an abundance
of water for the purpose of irrigation, and
the fertility of the scil in their valleys is
not surpassed in any part of the country.
As an illustration of what the country
can ! in the way of agricuitutal pro
ducts, we may mention tne fact that we
brought home with us an lush potato,
raised on the Jeff Davis ranch by James
Kelly, near Prescott, which weighed four
and a half pounds, and was one of
seven from the same hill, which aggre
gated seventeen pounds. The same
ranch this year produced thirty rons
of pjtatocs not poor watery things,
such as many of those that arc sent to
Albuquerque from the east but large,
dry and mealy, such as will always com
mand the best price in any market
With proper development, the agricul
ural resources of the country will be
second only to its mineral wealth.
A Mlrrar's Ufa-.
To thoae who know nothing more oi
raining than they gather from teeing ore
hauled to the mill, and there witness
the process it mutt necessarily pass
through in order to obtain the precious
U, the iatri calliaf docs nt
seen io oe one thai requires a high r
even more than a common place order
ot intelligence; but thii it a mistake
The perils th?t emiro j m'ner at his
daily task, and thst re s mttieme so
suttlem their nnurvs as to n quire
n( thing less than a scieitiiic mi d to
combat them successfully, nuke u neo
eary and highly important tha, .o far
as the work of miring isconcccpec, only
men of skill, of clear head and steady
nerves and a fci- knowledge vf the
work should tie enj "ed in it. There
are some people who can net realize a
dtit nition between the miner and the
laborer. The former in order to fill the
rcqt i-ements of his calling must posses
considerable skill and knowledge of the
requirements of the intricate w ik of
driliaj and blasiinic dou the tis of
rock aud ore from their f.vtaesses of
centuii-s, while muscle and endurance
are sutfr i;nt for the btttr. A knowl
edge too of timbering h-fgixf, etc., i
imperstively necessry. Tni crtb;
catfneVef ruetjne of thoegrim-stined
men passing down Pov j" &j!ch. oi
over moui.Uin trxiU on his way hime
fiom work, with heavy footsteps and
jaded si itits w thout feeling something
ol athrill of happiness that he knows
will greet him as he er ters his litt'e
home where he leU anxiety ti take his
place when he set out for his lUy's risk
and toil. From the time the miner sets
foot :u the cage tu at whirls him down
in "hell nt the dc p sunk mines," until
hr emerges ;ig.nn f om his work, the
specter cleith is his constant companion,
and his friends abov ground do not
know at what moment they may hear
the news cf his being crushed by a fall
of tock or torn to fragments by one of
those unexpected blasts whose destruct
ive powers no pen can adequately por
tray. There is a oem in the lite of a
miner which awaits the touch of some
inspired writer who will give it adequate
expression. Eureka Sentinel.
William Hall was convicted about
thirteen years ago for the murder of a
man by the name of Baca near Deeert
station, and was sentenced to imprison
ment for life in the Yuma penitentiary,
lie was the tint prironer eent to Yuma
under the penitentiary law. He had
bellied to lay the corner stone and had
aseieted in all the building. About a
year ago through the influence of a
number of eople he was pardoned by
Governor Tritle. He went to work on a
ranch near the Gila river. A ehort time
ago he was charged with stealing a cow
and calf. He was tried last week, found
guilty and sentenced to two year' im
prisonment in the penitentiary, where
he was taken back Saturday. As he
walked up the hill to the prison with
two other prisoners, Hall, in a cheerful
tone remarked : "There is no place like
home," and seemed perfectly contented.
Prank Leallw's Papular Manthly
In these days, when outdoor sporta
are so generally cultivated, many will
read the article, "Why we Canoe," by
W. P. Stephens, in the December num
ber of Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly,
and some at least will bt tempted to try
an amusement so exhilarating and at
tractive. "Persian and Turkish Tobac
co" have their votaries, too, who will
indorse Mr. Oscanyan'a praises. The
Sketch of tho Centenarian Chemist
Chevreul, on whom our Harvard baa
just conferred the degree of Doctor of
Laws, will be read with interest. The
article on the American Sparrow Hawk
is full of interest just naw, as showing
how easily it could be tamed and t'fjd
instead of a scarecrow to keep o.ain
devouring birds. A venturesome young
lady. Miss Taylor, tells of what she be
held at on of the "Great Thirsty
Dances" among the Indians, till its hor
rors overpowered her. W. E. McCann
goes into the by-ways of life and tells of
"Eccentric Recluses" in a charming
way. "The Treatment of Crimea's,"
with a careful account of the Elmira
Reformatory, is an article to be read and
studied carefully. "A Winter in Ja
maica" is a sketch of West India travel,
very prettily told, and like the other ar
ticles in the number, well and attract
ively illustrated. Arthur Dudley Vin
ton tells the story of "North American
Earthquakes." "The Fisher Girl of
Grand Menan," "Two Inspirations,"
"Shadow or Substance?" and other sto
ries in this magazine, justify its title of
the "Popular Monthly."
Th Thankaglvlng Ball.
The ball given by the Prescott Rifles
was "the" party of the season. The
company had the city hall beautifully
decorated with flags, the floor was iu
prime condition for dancing, while the
music furnished by tho full orchestra of
the Ninth Infantry band was par ex
cellence. The ball was under the man
agement of the following committees of
the Rifles: Managing Committe C.
O'Malley, E. H. Cook and J. Wind
miller. Reception Capt.Wm. DeWitt,
Thomas O'Meary, M. Goldwater, Gor
ham A. Bray and Nathan Levy. Floor
S. A. Logan, Orrick Jackson, J. H.
Carpenter. Owing to the slushy condi
tion of the streets the company furnish
ed carriages for the accommodation of
their guests, and by 10 o'clock the city
hall was comfortably filled with as mer
ry a crowd as ever assemblod to do hon
or to Terpsichore. Dancing was kept
until far into the "wee sma" hours of
the morning. Messrs. Windmillcr &
Jacobs, ot the Capitol restaurant, served
a bountiful repast of good things to the
company at midnight.
WaiTES Maowirk In Prescott No
vember 25th, by Eugene Panneaberg,
J. P., Daniel A. Walter to Visa Clara
Aajali& Mafwira, all of Whjppla.
MOST PERFECT HADE
The Cream of Tartar nsed in DR. FRIGE'S CREAM
BAKING POWDER is the pureat in the world. Tho
crystals are from the finest Grapes, imported direct from
the vineyards of France.
Washinffton, D. C, April 23, 1885.
have analysed the Cream of Tartar used in Dr. Prioib
Baking Powder, and Jind it of ike highest degree of purity.
TCTW C9LUEM. CiitfCMmittfyrtit OvrW Stot DfvimtM tf$ricHn.
The following. Heads of the Great TTnivnTstiHaa and
strongest Free from AmTneflJa, free from Lime, free from
Alum, and recommend its use inrery family.
Persoas docbtirvT tho trnthfulness of this
nor. k. uuue.it doksxus, m. d.
iTOI. 11. U. WW UK, staio
Prof. R. C KEDZIE. Late
.'"".lyucal ramalst. St LpuU, Ma
Dbviunud c urn miii, Analytical unenusr. wneeJ
of. JAMES F. BABCOCK. f&atn S
T. ELIAS H. BARTLEY, B. &. Chemist to tho lietft of 1
Df. K & a PATOX. Late Chemkt
j iviunuuj n. ununAi. moss, inuimtn or 'lecnnoimrv. Htxtm.
Of. & A. W1TTI1AU3. A. 1L. iL D
of. A. H. SARIN
SABIN State Chemist, Burllairton. Vt
.JUUN BOllLANUElt, JrM
CoUeco Medicine and Snreery.
&oJA?JSTEV& mLBERj I5pfs.Chemlstry.Htrs Collcsre, XcwBnaswlek.yj.
Prof. GEORGE E. BAKKEll VwL CheiaUtiy Uiiivexsltv orimMTlraWphlil.
luii t- itAKKKK,
Flat PETEKCOLLIEIL Chief Chemist
culture, WaMilnstbn, D. C
. UETSft RICE. Profs. Cher
ot twi4.it .EVEtutAtcr, Prof. Cbemistn-. Universitvof Turns. Anst57fi
. a. w. niMiAKU. Prof. Clicmbtrv.
R. H. BCKMISTER.
i. I. Iliipift I so.
And New Prices.
Having made a change in our linn, we take thin
method of informing our old patrons and our new
and the Public Generally, tlmfc we shall
continne to keep as heretofore a full stock of
Of the Best Quality at the
Lowest Market Prices.
REMEMBER! We can not
Uall and Batisty
KELLY & STEPHENS!
GOLDEN RULE STORE,
.. en. I vefttu4 MMt CtrrfuilT n end HUm k
Of General Merchandise
CmiU stock f tha Fasous Oregon Cassiisre Cl.tblnt. Blanket
Lind 6nds. Pacific Coast Flannel Underwear,
ASD AS XXDLS3 VAKIETV Of
BDCKINHAM HECTS UNRIVALEDMANUFACrURE
awW am to viT entaUtiTQrt In Arlxofxa.f
NORTHWEST CORNER PLAZA.
The Latest Sensation.
Is that George H. Curry is coins to aive his customers during
the Holidays four genuine Oil Paintings in handsome goldlealed
frames, all works of art and specially selected for this purpose.
The distribution will be in lour different prizes, and every person
making a purchatje of $2.00 and upwards from this date will be
given a chance to win these beautiful Paintings.
My Stock of Rich
of all descriptions and beautiful novelties in ladies' gold goods i
complete, delighting the heart and pleasing the eye, and in
looking for our presents this season come and see me and I will
give you prices on first-class goods that can't be heat
These Oil Jraintings will be on
Always remember that in addition to the finest stock ot Jewelry
in Arizona 1 carry a lull line 01
Rifles, Shotguns, Pistols and Cartridges
and all sporting goods at tho lowest prices. JjKgAgent for the
Royal ot Joan oewmg Machine.
Dr. Price'Sithe purest and
caa wrlto any of tao
Dep't of Health, Brooklyn, IT. T.
Health DepartrnTnL Chlcvra EL
1 Jnlvmltv of lluftalo. V V
M. 1).. Frot Cheniistry and Trrrtnolnp.
for tho United Statas SemrteuBat of ArrV
Uni vastly f-ni. ilwAi
W. C. Bashfckd.
and will not be UNDERSOLD!
yourselves that we
BASHFORD Is CO.
and Elegant Jewelry
exhibition m my store.
, jUL.D., BeUcvne Medieal Collta- !
i-ucimst, u luverMiy ueoreia, AUHB, ua.
President State Roani of ltwillh IinJrur Wfc ,
M LEAD!" HOTEL OF PRESCOTT
' he (My Hotel in Northern Arizona With
Hard Finished Ruoms.
SITTING AND DINING ROOMS ARE THE LARGES
AND BEST APPOINTED IN PRESCOTT.
BOARD PER WEEK. $700.
H. A. TlHM1! Proprietor
Miss C. Jahmstan. Proprietr s
Only hotel in PreEcott where patrons can obtain meals withaa
leaving the house.
11 THE DELICACIES OF THE SEASON SERYEI.
SpMial attentiom Paid to FamiliaM
est Table Board, $7 Per Week. Finest Rooms is Pres
CCBLKY STREET, OPP, HEW CMTKUgT'"
WILL ALWAYS BE
WM. HEISLER, PROPRIETOR
- 0 -
In order to better accommodate
a A Aft 14
iu counecuon wun our uauiorma market, (at south Monte
zuma street,) the Bull's Head market, North Monte
zuma street, next to the P. 3c O. Reataarant, aear
the comer of Gurley Street, where we will
keep always on handHhe best assortment
the following red uced pnees for cash,
Bf by lilndqaaricr,
Bat-r rump aotl ronad.
Hr Blat boiMnr
Br tlrloloaod aitrkouiaimiL is
Br prim lerJtrlala and portr
BpcJ lonnd and chack ai ka
aoi'im or rarrAa or ld
A. A. MOORE
City Feed Yard.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
FIRST GLASS RIGS.
Tha PaNiscMMJatt. Fret
Come and see us before contract
ing. ONION SALOON
liE lip' i tyl
CM j CLE1JI BIS.
Th public will be welcoaae.
JOHN SORG, Profr
BAM OF ARIZONA
HBE8C0TT, A. T.
BatabUaa'a. 177. TbToidaat Baak la th
a, mws raai s.
nr. at. afJkSOCaVTiXB av-saafa-.
l-Law it. iLW.Waua. BraoVicKAaas
b. w. Bc-atwrxa, w.. Haaa-Tnav
mmmM. rt flllwtwi Umm r ilan
lU4law m C. w Xrk
UCiCaal. SAKU!fG BUclNZU TR15
SACTED. drafts aad Taleitapble sbaccet oa tha
jrincJpal dtias ol tha Called SUtaa bakt
Gob Web Hall,
Vanaarfy kaowm aa tha Pater xtiMn.
Moirrmzuif a bt FAcai tss ruaza
Maw a Mialaltr of aallla Ua aidaa
WINES and IIQUOBS
t. M. FI&HUL
Meats DeJivtrtl to all parts if tin City art Fait WMi Ent af
HXTXO TO PATEOSS
our customers, we have opeaed
a M .
and quality of meats, which we win ad a
to which the attention of the public
Motloa aboalder aal ahaek eki
MnUoa prima eboaa..
1 aad lain ifan.
Lamb aboaldarasd laa
Pork by (tdaor uartr
Pork ! f
.17 to 1
KASeHwEH wae Uw)iwvS
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Lunch County Md Club
Bank Of Prescott,
first National Bank
T. J. Butler, J. F. Meador
A general banking business deae
0. i STORE.
Keeps a Foil Supply of General
Merchandise which is
Being sold at Bot
art Fifai.isi saa.iwfts'
Saacs, llela, Caps. EtC
Abo, a large, complete and fresh rapplj
of eboice staple and fancy groceries.
A FEED YARD
a coaaectioa with the store abm ail
ledsofBalad Hay aad Graia alwajs os
3.Goods delivered free of
charge to all parts of the city.
tatEAM ratiATiM.- mast;
.T" A"a JocnsAi.-Vli.-tE ts pa
Twa Axtzoa jt caaAtiJIisiot l
OaVtial ur u tNrrltcrr.
Devoted to tha eomaerclal ui! .nu.rs m.
Mrtsts of Us Territory.
DAILY par j Mir - a.
Tawaxs- - one year. 4 2
" n month. s
Slaasy Maybe remitted brr i-k1 1-n.-Irtolica
order at draft.
Tae JocsL-ltwtwi. i ciiTr- by
arrirt snoecriber tc lie clw 'erXlcriu
Local notice win b. iic-Tfti ( i"ctm
au per Use for eeh sntxequsnt insertion.
.oeaUty 1 soUeited. e rctHr trom t be ralntn m
aad aBrIt.l'Jral districts.
Allcomninnlci3cehrfQJd be addrrtsM t
i??? 11- St I s x k. Pri.toti. A.t:x.;.
2aa- Ria No. W. S(vretiantt' Ki
uaog.8aa rrssclseo. 1 iot, psnt ror tb
liUori JanitsiL-VtxY. ,r. . n.
l" ort. to COUlcI i,uij tfr. Ifct
. unmnt,uxe crdrn tor adfrrtMnc
id 'tend nor ol.!r bc?mr..!tTr'T:r
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ur. Tax DAjt i jriucijiiKji Inp
prus At-Misirw ices R
3t at hl oCJ,-.
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1 1 ill VI T.T.J fAft
ayir AJverUilug Bcrcaa (13rsoca
x lw saada lsr it- la
D IBCt) h mSM In Phlf narl,h!a
rarrlii tu jinmawt AuTrr.
ATM SON. our vOuiumI areata,
Atlantic & Pacific Railroad
lllunthtiln 1 1 ... 1
S li piu
I !'J p m
lo lo pna
10 oa m
tu 11 air
11 13 a ir
.CaDOa lIJiln '
.... i.Haeh Hpnnpr.
S 10 pro
1 Wtetmiw Juaet
4r n Kro-l- i.t
f broach u keu t. all Important ettlra aaat
aad wan oaaalaattba prlnct-'al itaUoaa.
r.i u .
Via La ana to Indian ni..-f
. V" W'nfat. Us rort Wlacata. a milea;
Via M-nallto to Fort 0flnc f?iTiJo
AjtJr tjr) aft mlte:C-oondeCtiU.iuUta(
wnwOToi.in -wtcwijr aueci, lo Ion
N.ow Low. So mtln; Talorrlllv. Silnllw;
Moaolladlaa VU-aj(uo rCular iuwm) So
Via JUtsJo. dany aet to St. Job at. M
Via Wlaalow lo Un.bam City aad HudmS
Via Aah fork. Amir aura ta VremrM.
Wklppia Barrack. 54 mUcv; da I.t aUcca
nomrrccoUloPaatxu'a Lrl-vxklr aiao
Uta Colorado. Uinic.
x...yK1?cma- 0 llr to Hfoektoa
Mill, lomllaa: illa Ifuk. lm!l-f-r ha
via Taoea t ftixa i,to mllea.
VUTLtXMJlw. immfiHaTim. Cm
HardTlla, ArUoa aad Kl Ixtrado Caar
W. A. BISflELU
iorat l'Mnttr AgfBt.
d. u. Renr ox,
Ooarral MasAcr. Albaaarono,N. C
K. K. KUItlNHON,
PHTI1CUK iXP SVKOXSI,
OfSoe en itoctwrauiA ttreet.
0b doer North cr Itocsr i Co'? Drajtc
WARREN E. DAY, iL D.
ntecox a.vd rirrfiicicr.
Oflca aad ruldeocc. firit hneu tnnth of
Ua riaaa. oa the cut sld vf ItontfiaraA f
opposite nosrer b&lcl, Prescott, Arix.
L. F. EGGERS.
aTTO a .v e v-a r- la w.
DttnUCTATTOKXET OF YAVAPAI COCWTT,
Office in Court House Prescott.
a t-t ND3X, I J. HAWKINS
HERN DON A HAWKINS,
ATTOftOCTS A XI) COUN5RLOH5 AT LAW
Special attention to cxmTeXscibg aai
orace work ot all kinds.
ArroutxT General or Asizoxa.
axs Cocas ruja AX Law
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scan, vni.ts 4 koward.
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rreaentt, Tavapal Coaatj, AiUoss. Will a
tead prompUy tu ail bcilsco eatrtutd to
tfcam la th cooru ot record la tbe Urrltory
HENRY CLAY BURKE. 4
ATTOaXEY A-VD CJCXSCLOK, -AT-LAW.
WVIIt pncUro Is all tin coarls of Art Sana,
aad bafora tba rarloti' IVpartmtaU In Waak
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Jasaa Bonaa Ko. s, orcrfatak of
Prescott, A T.
J. C OTIS,
P. O. Box, 112.
Stage Sfitiex (or Ash Fork Roii)
ni Pleasure Resort.
Wltkla a eonrvntaat dlis A
pjeaaanl rid orer a xl md.
Choice Wine?. Lquois, and
Cigars always on hand
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