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J. C Martix, Editor. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1SSG Silver is quoted in $i.o2);lead, $4-5- New York at Los Angeles rants the headquarter of the department of Arizona. The Fenian brotherhood has "fired" Dynamite Rossa from its list of mem bers. It is announced that the president's message will be much shorter this year than last. The attorneys for the Chicago anarch ists are making strong efforts to save their clients' necks. The latest invention is an elect rica contrivance for discovering mines ol precious metals. The Daily Tombstone and Tempe News are booming Briggs Goodrich fcr attorney general of this territory. Albuquerque has had a couple more lines cf railroad bui'.t to its limits within the past week through the newspapers. They now write it "L. Q. C Lamar, LL. D." He seems to catch "L" on all sides of his alphabetical existence. Citizen. New Jersey has a lady called Belle A. Donocgh. Here is a fine opportunity ogjjllerdmnristj to arork over an old chestnut TheGovernor of New Hampshire has appointed Ex-Governor Chancy.ot Man chester, United States senator to fill th vacancy occasioned by the death of Aus tin T. Pike. Joseph D. Lynch, defeated democrat ic candidate from the Los Angeles con rressional district announces that he will contest the seat of General Vandever, his successful competitor. Dr. E, G. Janeway, of New York city, acting on the suggestion of a country practitioner.has given frozen milks to pa tients whose stomachs did net tolerate ice cream, and speaks highly of its use in fevers. From the numerous inquiries cf our contemporary about CoL F. C Hatch, one would imagine it had been ap pointed his guardian. Colonel Hatch has alwavs "turned up" all richt hertto- - fore despite its solicitude for bim. An exchange says that Mrs. Jessi Benton Fremoct, at the age of 62, pre serves all the stron? intellectual tastes of her youth, togather with her great physical courage and love of stirring ad venture and travel rare traits in a worn in. The Tucson Star has started a boom for Colonel Ben Morgan for United States senator from California Colonel Morgan stands about as much show of getting that plum as Geronimo does of becoming president of the United States. The Phenix Gazette wants a new ap. portionment of the territory on the basis of the vote cast by each county. An at temjtwas made to pass such an ap DOitionment at the session of the Twelfth legislative assembly, but it failed as it should do. The only tair appor tionment i on the basis of population. No man has ever risen in life and at tained any prominence or influence who h2S been satisfied with eight hours' daily work. The career of the successful American is a record cf the triumphs and achievements of hard, unceasing toiL- xne leaders in this country have net been eisht-hout men and nerer will be. Ex. In cis annual report to the secretary of war, Genera! McFceley of commis sary and general subsistence says that his bureau expended $$,i;z,ovo dutin the last fiscal year leaving a trance on hand of Soo&.ooa. the average con tract price of fresh beef during the yea was S.38-ICO cent?, against 9.16-100 cents the preceding fiscal year. "I see, said -Mr. tirun. drawing a long but almost mi i-it!e something from the plate of butter, I see that Dr. Taj- lor, the mierosorht f the ignruitural department at Washi igton, is photc- graphmg butter and bwteririe, so that he can tell them apar.' '-Is he?" asked Mrs. Saven, the landlady. "Yes, he is," and it occurs to me, Mrs. Saven, tht it might be well to take your butter up stairs and comb iiS hair up nice and smooth, so that it will appear presentable it he should come here to t ke ;t " 2U. Gruff U now living a: an hotel. There is a small ineyard upon the property, in the Santa Cruz valley, near Warner's lake, owned by the Catholic church, that fully demonstrates the adaptability of this section to grape culture. This vineyard i about six years old, and the vines rhow a vigor 2nd growth that indicate perfect condi tions of climate and su:i. The crop of grapes ripen fully six weeks before the earliest California grapes, and as for quality, why they discount the most de licious table grape California can pro duce. We do net know what variety they are, but they are a white and very , sweet grape and are exceedingly very prolific-, and their successful cultiv.v tion fully demonstrates the practicability of their profitable culture here. Citizen. The Baltimore American states plain matter of fact in the following mod est, roundabout way: It is a problem whether Mrs. Cleveland will enter the social world in this city this season or net. From the ladies of the household come reports that she will net They say that, instead of entertaining gay throngs of visitors at receptions, she will be singing pretty little nursery lullabys. The ladies of this city have all taken the greatest interest in coming events, and those who are in a position to know say most decidedly that Mrs. Cleveland will net enter society. A great deal of shop ping has been done of late by the ladies of the white bouse, but it is said that very little evening costume material has been bought It has been mere of a diminutive nature. Not Built That Way ' A little girl and her mamma occupied seats 111 the parlor car on a Northwestern rain. On board was a reverend gen tleman a very fit sleek man attired in a black coat, buttoned stiffly in front, and a white choker. Of course he had to strike up a conversation with the mamma an interesting sort of woman by the way by means of the little girL Of missy he inquired if she attended Sunday school and what lessons she re membered and o on. In this way he learned that she had some curiosity con cerning the ascension of the old patri arch in a charict of clouds. "And now ray little girl, "he inquired, "why couldn't I be taken bodily to heaven in asSd as Elijah was?" B-becaasr" the little MoinrH with hr i - i - uiicaa "pawner uig cyo muring over'the5Slundand well fed form of her Questioner: "because you are net built that way." Ex December Storms- About December 4th is likely te com mence a mild light rain with fogs, and on the 5th one of the worst storms of the year will set in, reaching the 91st men dan Burlington, Iowa, near December 6th. A great electric ground current will sweep around the west and south sides of the storm on December 5th, similar to, but greater, than that remark able current of January 3d, which tele graphers will remember, almost totally disabled the telegraph through Nebraska Kansas and Missouri. On December Sth these storms will have reached the eattern states, and will there be very heavy. At the same time a cold wave will spread over these western states. while the high winds will make the drift ing snow very troublesome. These storms will be renewed on this 91st meridan with less force on December 11th and 17th. We advise every pre caution against these great winter storms. From a paper by Professor Foster of Iowa. A Chastly Story. A Times special says the report has reached Williamsburg, Ky., that the Poe family reported to haye been burned in fire in Knox county a month ago, was in reality murdered by a neighbor named Concubine. The mother and five children aud two visiting young ladies were found burned in the ashes of the destroyed hut. I he story of the mur der is told as follows by an illegitimate son of Concubine, aged 10 years, whom his reputed father had made mad. This boy says the man cut from ear to ear the throats of each of the eight persons while they slept and that his mother then dragged the bodies to the middle of the room and set them on fire. They also fired the house and took some bed clcthes and other articles and departed On the boy's statement arrests and investigation followed and the Poe atti cles were found in the cellar of the sus pected parties' house. They refused to be interviewed and are now in the Bar- bourville jail awaiting examination. Lou illeimes Delays are Dangerous. "What has been done with Jake Sharp?" asked a citizen of a New Jersey town who was in New York the other day. "Well, he has been proceeded against" "But isn't he in prison yet?' 'No." "And probably wont be sent there?" Can't say. Why do you ask?" "Well, I'm already to steal a milldam and two saw mills in my neighborhood, but thought I'd wait and see how Sharp came out 1 Ruess 1 II chance it any how, as the dam is old and may go out with the first high water if net repaired." Cavo Creok Mines. From parties just in from Cave Creek it is learned that a rich strike in the rhenix mine is reiortca. The ore body said to be eight feet wide and of the tamo quality that the first mill run was made from that yielded ?S2 jer ton, free gold. In doing the assessment work on the Yellow Jacket mine a large vein was uncovered, which upon being blasted into boulders were detached that would weigh from 100 to 200 pounds showing free gold on every tide and iijioii being broken open they were literally honey combed with the metal. The Chatau- ouft showed almost as well. On Cram mountain the developments arc rich. .V gentleman recently took samples from tho?e mines that assayed from ?l,Uw to $0,000 per t .n. The Gazette has always maintained that Cave Creek is one of the richest gold districts in Arizona and now feels confident that it has not been mistaken. Gazette. News Notes and Comments. Erastus Brooks is dead. A mine explosion hear Wilkesbarre, Pennsylvania, killed over thirty miners. Marshal Maguirc of Albuquerque, has died from the effects of his wounds received at the hands of the desperado ohnson. TOILER'S TROUBLE. from a tiuco, California, (taper, we learn the following particulars of the re cent atempi on the 1 fe of H O Toblcr, near that place, ss brought out at the pre.tminaty examination of hi wuuld-be murderer: According to the testimony Mrs. Rikert was about twerty feet away from Mr. Toblcr when she fired the first shot at him, wiiilc he was in a tooping pos ture preparing a blast One of the wit nesses near by saw Mrs. Rikett draw the pistol and exclaimed, "Look out. Tob lcr, she's going to shoot!" But before be could rise to his fec-t he received a flesh wound in the left side. He thtn turned and advanced toward her vith the purpose of disarming her. After making a step or two he was shct in the chin, which stagerei him for an instant, but he continued to advance, receiving another shct in the riglt arm, which rendered him helpless. With his left hand he wrenched the pistol from Mrs. Kikert's right hand and told her to go home, as he did not wish to do her any harm, and remarked that she had got herself in a bad scrape. It appears from the testimony in court that Mr. Tobler, who is a miner of many years experi ence, brave and hardy, but of a kind- hearted disposition, did net anticipate any trouble with any one, and hence was not armed. A few hours before the shooting he told Mrs. Rikert that he and his men would vacate the mine if she and her husband would sL;n an order to that effect, but unfortunately she un dertook to settle her grievance by trying to kill a miner, an agent for other par no, iuu a sudugcr iy iiua tew per sons hereacgjjairtsav the troubles JJCfrnave been existing over the Gol- conda mining property for some time. Mrs. Rikert no doubt committed the deed in a fit of desperation and scarcely realized what she was about It was fortunate for both parties that Mr. Tob ler was not killed. His escape was miraculous. A Muchly Married Man. A telegram from Kalamazoo Michigan says that William Jones Sergeant died in the insane asylum, where he was incar cerated several weeks ago for a peculiar mania. He was one of the most noted bigamists this country ever saw, but was not much heard about until his arrest it Jackson, in this state, where he had mar ried a young woman for his twenty-sixth wife. Sergeant was a man of good pres ence and fine address, and was well edu cated. He had been engaged in various pursuits, but when arrested was a com mercial traveler, which occupation gave him a peculiar advantage to gratify his remarkable mania. For some time be fore his arrest there had been rumors of his bigamist practices and he had four times previously been in trouble about them, but he managed to escape. At the time of his last arrest his conduct led to the belief that he was insane and he was sent to the asylum. After nis incarceration the full story about him came ut. It was learned that he had wives and children by the scor; in this and other states and that no less than eleven unsuspecting girls had married him in Canada. During the many years he lived so many lives he never by word or act or writing betrayed to one wife the fact that he had others and although he spent several weeks at a time with one family he was never suspected of infidelity. Of course the tax upon him to support so many people was more than he could stand, and this was what led to his first detection; his arrest being originally on the charge of desertion and failure to support. Sar- gear.t, when he was with one wife, was oblivious of the existence of all others. After his arrest in speaking of one vic tim, he would assert that she was his wife, and when the name of another victim was mentioned he would immed iately switch on to her, completely for getting the one jutt previously men tioned. On all ether subject! he was sane before dying. The unfortunate re covered his' mind sufficiently to under stand why he was imprisoned, and to realize the enormity of his crime. A DOMESTIC EPISODE. The president sat in his easy chair, With Lamont as close as could be, And the president's wife sat over there, With her sewing upon her knee, Said the president : "Dan, hero's a job for you ; My head's for the problem too thick ; Before you retire I wish you would do A mm in arithmetic. "With twenty-eight conirres.'men lost this year Which seems to be nearly our fate, Where will we be -say, Dan, do you hear? In the autumn of eighty-eight Dan bit his nails and scratched his head, For the problem puzzled him so; Why, maybe, perhaps," he itammered and said, Then declared he didn't know. The sweet little lady over there Looked up, but not at the men, And softly said, with a far-away air, "His teeth will be cut by then." The president looked before him straight, And his frown made Daniel wince, My teeth will be cut in eighty-eight ! I thought they were cut long since The sweet little lady hung down her head, So busv with seams and fell, Vnd blushing a little, she softly said, 'I was thinking of something else. New York Sun Thomas F. Dawson, the editor of the Denver Times, has received an appoint ment as secretary of the senate upon mines and mining. The Overlcnd Monthly for December will contain an exhaustive article upon Our Forests," with particular reference to southern California, written by Mr Abbott Kinney, the cliairman of the state fore e try commission. POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marve' of parity, strength nd wholesonwne-s. More economlcailthan the ordinary kinds and cud not be 'ld In competition with the multitude Below.trst abort el?h'. alum or Pbotpbate Piwders. Sold only in cans, Iloyal Baiting Pawfit-r . Wall atrrct, NVw Ifork. CREAM RAmCATABRH UItcs re iu( fcl ujee and curt a COLD intLc HEAD CATARRH, HAY FEVER, Not a Liquid.Snu or Powder, Free from 1 ni u 1 1 0 u s drup sand (Tensive odors. A PrtlCls.rnnll.d into arh nmtril unit - , ' ' ' T by mill reirUtered, CO cent. Circulars tree. An.toie. tree ao centa at urucr-u; ELY BKOS , KruzclSts, Owego. N. Y. D.C.Tiiorxx. P.K&STXXS. The "Cabinet. KtSTHER 1 THOME, PROPRIETORS. MonUiuma St, Pmcott. CHOICE LIQUORS and CIG-AES ALWAYS ON HAND. Lunch Counter and Club Hooms nacnau. J. C OTIS, PAINTER, PAPER-F ANG ER AND KALSO MINER. Prescott, Arizona. PATRONAGE SOLICITED P. O. Box, 112. SEVEN MILE HOUSE. -Pnfr G.T.Shaw, " " I Stage Station (or Ash Fork Road) and Pleasure Resort. Within a convenient dUtanro of Preacott. pleasant ride over a cJ rojJ. Choice Wines, Lquors, aud Cigars always on hand Pioneer Hotel, G. Schusmian, Frap. Bnoeeaaor to O.-in Hats, . Jtonlnsama 8U Frescott, Board and Lodging ( $10 Board by the day $1 Large and Airy Rooms. s:tZ..- any part 6f twn. tan ato ta uucQUAMTra wth the ocsa.vjm cf tkj COustrt will sts ar uamtunq Twa aJ that thi CMICAGO.ROCK ISLAND t PACIFIC RAILWAY iron cf lt cmtml rxriticn. cJo rel&tlrato prta tlpil liart Eut of C2IAfo. and continuous Uses at terminal Mints Wrt. Northrtrt ar.d Sonthwet. i thm oolrtraa mid4 Itak ta thftttransconUnrntsJ tjttem vLucb InTll and f acHjt&te tnrrl and traffic in either lrFctlm bttwswn tha Atlontlo ard riflc T&tKocKlJuadmiJiilina anacranxrtfs inrra'! CtV asm. Joilec. (Ituvi. LaSLiile. lorlaGriMo- lfnIloa ad Rock fsluid. In Illinois! pTrcporc, MncattB, VTathlfittoii. Fairfield. Ottumwa, Oskaicaofa. West Ub- rrtr, low Otr, Moines. Jndtanola. Winterct. At- Ooonrll BlnrTtL. In loarai Oa.l)atln. Trrnton. fit. Jrwanh. Camerca and Kanus Citj, In ill-oorlj Lrarm worth oa nuaiwtiLin aioMi; vtirr iuurapllt and PL Paul, In Hianesotai Waiertown. In Iakcta. aad tondreds ot lntermedial cities, to-ri3 and Tlilifes. The Great Rook Island Routa Guarantee Speed. Comfort and Sitetj to ihow vM trareloTerlt, lu rovdbed I thoroughly ballasted. It track Is ot heary steel. Its Lridjres rvllj siractnres cf stone and iron, lu rolling stock U perfect as human skill ran maka IU It has all the safety appliances thai tsechanlcal trrnlns has LnTcnced and experience pro red Talna.bl. I La irrtlr.l otteratlon Is eocaprratlsra. aH methodical tta discipline strict and cxactlnV. The lux ury of Its passenger accommodation U oneqnaled ta the West Tmrpcssed In the world. All Exprts s Trains betveen Chicago and the 3flsoart TilTf r coal rt of Comfortable Iay Coaches, mafBtficect fullman I'alace Parlor and Meerlsir Cars cleranl rtnlca; Cars pro Tllirijr eTctllent meals. ajrdbM-fal (hlca4R. ht. Joseph. Atchison and Kansai City mtls. Recltnlns; Chatr Can. The Famous Albert Lea Route Xsthaireet, trcrile line ltwcen Chlcara and Snsna a rxLis ami b i. Paoi. On r tUi note io!l Tut Pmr "I rains ran dally to tha simmer resorts ptrtureqis lcallues and honttns; and ruhtna GTonnds of Iowa and JUnnesota, Th e rich whe t C Ms a od jrraxlrr luli c f taterlor Dakota ara reached Tla tTatertcvn. A short. deslrablroat.Tla Seneca aad Kankakee. o?ers sre rtor indx-ements to trawlers bctwren Clnrlnjintl. iiw dlanapolH. Lafayetta ant Conivil motTt, Et. Joseph, Ate! 'aal oucrn. LCsrenwDnii, van?aj 1. irr. JUrnspcUJu ht. U and intermediate points. All r lasses of patrons. ewrtaUy ramUira. l.dlr. and fhllirrn. rrcHr. frost caclili and cmpioyr. of Hork Inland traru proctlon. rt.rtfTil pcrortrtT ami klndlr rrrm..t rcrTlrtrt.Iap.. ToMm obtalnabl. .t all rrindpal Ticket OflSe. la tto. LnldStaus and CuaJ.-r aar Aetirrd laf ormaUoa. addrrM. t. It. CABLE. C.ST.J0HH. E. A. H0LBH00K. wm.mli m- Vj?m 1mm Pim1 i Cabinet Chop House OPEN Sunday, October 3d. Everything Now and First-class Good Cooks, Polite Attendance. Table Supplied With all the DELIGACI KS of the SEASON Board by the lay, Week or Meal. PeckStage Line GREY EAGLE STABLES Granite Street, Piecot,t Run stages from Prescott to Alexandria and return twice a week, carryin i passengers and freight Will Leave Fresoott Every Monday and Friday Morning at 7 o'clock, returning ev. iTY Tuesday and Satur day, di7 SHULL & AUSTIN. The Capitol RESTAURANT AND XHOP HOUSE. Granite Street, j, next door to Maier's Exchange caloon. Windmiller I Jacobs, proprietors. Board by the Day. Week or Meal- All the Delicacies of'he season ComeOie. Come All. No Chinese Employed. BOARD, per week $6.00 TRADERS' BANK. KANSAS CITY, MO. goes a Geneal Banking Bu sintss J as. T. Thornton - President Seth Mabry W. W. St. Clair M. R. Thornton - Vice-Presiden Casher Assistant Cashr TOM HIN KEE, Proprietor Chinese and Japan ese .Bazaar has removed to Brick Building on West side of Granite street next to the Chinese Joss House. A Full Line Of Chinese and Japanese Goods on hand, ew goods just received. A ful line of Chinese and Japan- Jj ancy jroods, leas etc., etc. UNION SALOON AND Lodging House. PINE Iflia, Lip d GOO ) CLEAN BEOS. CornerGranite and Goodwin Streets, Prescott The public will be welcome. JOHN SORG. Propr A. A. MOORE Uity xeea Yard. Prescott, Arizona. T s7yl r,nA Cl QA1V1 I Liiverj, Heed and bale btable FIBST CLASS EIcSS. Tha D.nr amimnMiljIoH Craa 1 lib 1 uji utivuuiiiiuuaiiiu nee Come and see us before contract- inj. BAM OF AEIZONA HKESCOTT, A. T. Established, 1ST7. The Ollt.t Baak la th TirrirorT- JSOIj LKVis Prcalaent. w.r mzKhTi.tr. a-uiahlrr. DIRECTORS: 1-L.awrS. E.W.WKI.LS, HcooP.ichard K. .- . BCKXISTEK, W. K. H AZBL.TJXK. COKaE5rONIE VTS; aton a. or I'-allornit un if'rsuietaea Iildliinr A ro Sew Vark GENERAL BAXKIXO BUSINESS TKVX- SACnEIJ. drafts and Telfirriohls esjbinTe 011 rhe princioai cities of ttio Unltsi Stites b.iai;ht I'iU BUIU. Cob Web Hall, MO.NTKIUMA bT., KAOINH THE PU&7.A Maxes a specialty of i.lllnr tha oldaa ana nnaal WINES aud LIQUOES aiD thi tnsT. uiYporfeed See P. M. FISHER, FRISCO LINE ST. LOUIS aR SAI FS1H1 HAIL W A Y , One Change of Car BSrWECS San Francisco Los Aeles art"! St. Louis, Mo- inJbuaa falac Slews Oan a. a. rua ball UUr. twtvMa San arraneiaco. Chiltamla L Angelra and St. loula. Maw, via Ti.f Mlta, thm Atlantis and raose h Albaqara. 2k 3f .. lhAtfMar.n. Towka and basta Fa to HalataaJ. iaA acd tbc Si. lAala aad dan fmdm Kali way tc L Lou:., TLlala poalttTd; tha oulr rest raoajii tiirowti can vttboae Chang, to SU, Loaia. Bj ifctt Una Uttra la aalj two cfcaarfaaor can brtvaan taFa Clio aua AUacCa OoaU, wbUtl la at Im Ytgaa aa d 3t. Lon!. Paaaecsrn far BU Ixwlj ana all Eaatani etUaa ahauM aaj uu-ir ucieva VI UAIJ3TEAI1. Kaaaaa. ana ttf ST. U 32 US TUSZZX BtSvaj. ta "Cirwat Through CurKoute." riaaaa sail spaa tat TicH a 2wjt anJ t fall Dartlcclara. o.uj at a. is U. 1.. MOIUULL, D. WUfiULX. QcB.Maaat. eaa.Pua.Afasi, . LLoiij.Xa. StiLaaii Ha. J. F. MEADOR, Aotvr, Office At First National Baak, Pi cott, Arizona. This Space is reserved for advertisement of J. W. Wil son & Co.. clothiers and men's furnishing goods, removed into the Bashford Block. r-: -nd brtheU.S.Cvt cno S-ast Mall. 5.00G fc?liZ . . C 3YSTCM, t Ztv.irf TViinh 7ra!? cor'ainla-j Pniirur "Ui CT".?"i-'j,ni'T'!3 tnjCJ'b'Cars.tiUttn .1 n. s.ir.jr.-CAlseatctlusHit'iui.: chsngs: -AV...1 psor:a, ir. LCf, KANSAS CITY, DENVEI?, OMAHA, ST. JC3EPS. QJIMCY, 8URLINC ON. HANNIBAL. XEOKUX, DES MOINES. uOCK. ISLAND, LINCOLN. COUNCIL Bt UFFS, ATCHISON. TOPCKA. LEAVENWORTH, GICUX CITY, ST. AOL, MINNEAPOLIS. Scr 303 ElMjntlr EinijMd Pltsenatr Trilm rannhj dir cer this perfect sjen. psitlnj i.-.io ana tnroagn tha inponaat Cities ana Towns la the great States et ILLINOIS, IOWA. MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO. wanectiag 11 union oets lor all points In Be suits and Territories. st. west. iwirrH.sotrrH. Koiasttsrittiere roatresoioj. purchase rour tickets ilathe,. BURLINGTON ROUTE" Cailr Trains sia this Lint between KANSAS CTTY. LEiVa,-W0STH. TCHtS3N. ST. JOSEPH aaa CQUNCr-Si.UFFS.OIaAHA.SK)UX CITY. ST. PAW. and KINNEAPCUS. KANSAS CITY. ATCHISM. ST. JOSEPH ana 9UIKCY. HANNIBAL aad CHICAGO, Without ( T. J. POTTER.vica-MirTast.t.iM.e., a. aa.c FtRCEVAL LOWELL, n.-v hM.u,Lie.,( r. cAxrwuiu, am. asa, a. e., sr. j. a c a mm H. a ST. J., IT. Jiwn. K C DAWE3, can. rua. aam a. a,, ar. a. a c. a m t. f jumm. I Smelting & Lead Go 416 Voitgomery Street San Francisco. - California Refiners of Gold and Silver Ore and Bullion Assaved. Highest Prices Paid for Gold, Silver and ieaa Ores and Sulphurets. "nxjsst also Lead Etc This Company has the Best Facilities; on the coast for workin? OL.D. SILVER AND LEAD ORES ST UUL.I4IOH Prkxtiss Selbv, Supt -uay Agenia actually rond r.ui entirelr new Daient mhs.. wllaaala Htrat knnr. MADiMWH i.lm A Minlitar t JSCS aaa Uklaasm.il. '" CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000. th arrt menu ror ail the Ifontblr and Onartatlr Urawtnca or the Louisiana butt Lot Wry Company, and In raon tnan- imaad control tha Dravicra t&emlves. f A mat tha lam ara eon JocuhJ with honrr in t7. tuinrm. aad In road faith toward all. par. Uaa, aad wa aothorlia tha CnBuay to n tola certlOcata, with rao-timllca of ooxalma. tnrM attaenaa.w iu uftruManu We the ucderalfftird bank and banker, will par all Frizes drawn The Loulilini State totterira which ma b presented oar counturi. J.aMttiLKMl Pres. Louisiana National Bank J. W. UUBRH. Pres. State National Bank. A BALDWIN. Pres. New Orleans National Bank Uiirectfc lie. Artiact'wi. Over half a Millioi Distributed. awaw ant annjj vavMavfa Incorporated In 1868 far 2S jen by toe Lezuiature for edeeallonal ana harUaele DurootSi wlth'aeaDttal off.l-080.0uO to which "Ireaerre fond of oyer IVtiiO) he alnee kser Br anoTerwhelailna-Dopatar rote It frju- ;blae waa made a pan of the present Hut CouatltQtlon adapted Deeambtr 3d, A. D. IS73. Urn tiraii Mlasle Saafcer Brawler will lake place momnljr It nerti acalfa or p-j pone liMkuitkr rellawlBB- Uiatrlbatiaa: lMih Haalklr ASDTa Extraordinary Quarterly Drawing, IX TH eadraajr af ale. 3few Orlraaa Taea4ar. Btetmhtr 14. 1W& Coder Ibe peraonal anperrialcii aruinon- aeement ot a. J. T. raarrgara.ar laialaaa, aad tica Jaktl .x. kny..r Virglala. CAPITAL PRIZE $150,000. Batlee Tlrkefa are Tea BallaraOaly. a; niiaa.aw:Teaiaa,ai. list or nuaaa. 1 CAPITAL PKI7.E IIWOO IUO.00O 5u,llO UlUH awe i,ooo 10400 2) 000 &.1011 a.ooo 1 OOO S00UI to- 1'S.OlO too , 30 OtU 300 -tO, 10 loo GO.OOO ao 60, coo 1 GRANT) PRIZE OV 1 IIRtXD PiCIZE OF a Li:ge prizes of 4 LARGE PRIZES Or 30 PRIZES OP J do 100 do VOO do 660 do IiNO do ArraoxiJL.Tio raisca. 100 Approximation Prliea of tWx) J20.000 In. 00 100 do do 100 100 do do :73 Prlaea.aaaountlns tn- APplleatloa ror rataa to eluoa aboald te made only to !tbe office or Ike Company In New Orltana. For lurt her Information wr"ta cleHriy, tlx at mil addreas. PMMTJkL SOTK Uonty Ordera. or New York Kicannet. In rdlnary latter. Carraiier by Exvntt (at car axpesa) addresaed. Ja. Am VAIirxiS, New Orleans, L&. ar - Merita. WaaaJactaa, b C Miki P. 0. Mbmi Orlfirs pavablE I I J m . j 111 inress Hieisnrei Liners 10 1 atw auu XATiexAL, MA lew ttneaaa. La Palace Saloon, Montezuma Street. 1 wiih to notify the public that I hiTe re- loencd tela popular place and will keen t beat stock of rood In n art hern Arlxona, l clodtng Wines. Liquors I Cigars FIRST CLASS MUSIC EVERY ENENING. J. J. Gras, Prop- I Stockmen Take Notice FOB SALE: Fifty Head of Tkffwgkkrii lilfs, THIRTY HEREFORDS, TWENTY POLLED ANGUS. FKOM 8 TO 14 MOSTHS OLT ALL TTSK colore and thoroughbred. Price, from ISO to $125 per head. For further particulars apply to E. H. Witherell, at j-. a ? . . . . . xua wovoie opnuy; rancn, or aaaresa liira at r. O. box 10a, Prescott, Arizona. Not. 27 td CD CHOP wHOUSE. CD CO Mrs. Eoacii s Restaurant Montezuma street, west side of Plaza. Tables supplied with ALL THE DELICACIES that the market affords Prompt attention given to all kinds of Game in season. Fresh Oysters, Fish, Miice Pies, Cake and Chocolate always on hand. Board per week. 7 Sects Single Meals.. W Z WILSON tk Co IT THEIR oaw 31111. hmtaiir 11, cr a" oil and Jard. a: alda of Plaaa. next to Goldaterf "x". laravai aaaoruxxe&t ra LUMBER! ara preparaa at lha shortaaraotlr to 21 11 erali-rs with proaptaasa aad dlapalea Flour, Grain and Bran. Tken in exchange for Lumber at Market; Rates. W. Z. WILSON Co. iiTiiiIiUliSsrgkaiitstii alo. XT. "ar. iiiikj rm Mav r """'"---ii!"""' " M FtED OF SKCESt. wSTJ.0 War-1 Cat Rrrk. ThraaC mm la.aaeaTfTS3rri "fT Of Women, (Hood Biaeaiaeaataui xJJS? with or wlticot icilaz tM aL rwSSS "j .-'"WlltT.Iaia MT7 rneiiMa rm I Bpedoll-ta. Boolk PpaJCtSifln aawaaaaaawaa. Raptaro, or Tireach, rafiU lEurrir I 3lr enrad. wlthoot tin kslla. PILE TCJIOSS and I H II mat treated with tho sr?rAj; encors. vk eeat ror tea cents In sun3;4. Addreai Vokls ttrcct, BuffttJo, ii. y SiSEASES C? ; iiesKS ptculiar to 3 Snnriml tor tholr cure. aa2 ; IU. PIERCED Favorite Prescript It to a pqwerfal Rratsrwtlra Toata and Nervine. l2parUTlcor and to ta3sj-gea.aalcgrcg. a U br aarirSS flowlna7, palnfai raonatraatiasTiaa? aatnral sapprccalcas, rrolamSS lalllni; or tUo ntffrai wVaita nnteTerslon, retrsreralgia. ktaTlaa dovru aenaatlOBa, cbronle tMMa. tion, lnllannaatiaa asa alemil.. ot the noinb, lnftoMUoaliaaS aad tenderneaa la eiartea, lniazmal It pronpUy rciiercs aA cma Haaaas and weakaeaa et Stomae a. aadtawaa tion. Bloatlar. KerroaaFi aatratfaa, and S. c epl caaiaeaa, la cltlacr acx. PRICE $1.00, SSWS Sold Tt 9rm CT lata ere 1 j at 1 a. ten craia jn auunpa ior jjt. rvrcew Treatlaa oa xaaeaaca 01 wooes. iKhfs 63 Haia nrrwt. JSUTTAXJQm'W.T SICK-NEAIUIC. BItloaa aTeaiaeka, Slxzlueaa, Caaalaa floa, Indlaeatlaaa aad Billot" Attacka, Posiptly cured by aw lercaa riaaaaai rargaUva Pallet. cents a rial, tj maaaa ENGLISH II Kcaray tatrrct, Man rraariaaa. Ol. Kervoni Debility, Seminal Weatnrat. ex. binsted rita'ily.Spermitorrboaa, Loat Mas hood. IciDOteney, Paralia a. frostatorrhoea and all the terrible effecU of self-abiue, aad nocturnal emission!, arrrtlon to anciety,diav nes of tIsiod, noUea ra Ibe bead, the vital fluid pasloc nnob'arred In the urine, and many otber disease that lead to infinity sad death. Saffer'nr from any of the a bom (rinDtoBs. should consult us at once. The dra n can be stopped, vitality restored, 2nd life be nude a pleasure 11 s us 01 a tmrdes. There are many X1UDLE AtiBB XS who ate troubled with loo freaaent erseua- 110a 01 me oiasaer, oiica accompanied by a slight smarting or burning aensatlon, and a wcakenlne of la system in a manner they csnm t account for. Uopy sediment in the psr Cun.uliatlBM Trf Thouroatrh xatain ttiuu and adrice. leelui. ingchemilal analysis and microscopic ezaa ! matl n of the urine, 33. An honest opisioa Kiven in every case. Vit folinwine mo-leise supnlicd a tiic brice earned: "ik ahti v cuortK vital a- TURAirt. itabottli.o. tuxnllmtt t qoantlt .310 Sent to urona annlvin.' hr l.ur. atar.BK I symptoml. x-zandase, Strict arefiay ln j crd 10 ail bnalne. tran.actlnra. 1 liif relrbrated Salduey avsaedy. KTitl3t.foral slnataorKSJnej ABpBlsa dr rnmDlftinia. tfiec leoeor I rhoes,eti ror a.Ve br all rtruc?lu; ft abo: 1 tie. oreboUtcs lb9nelinattudellaa. UraaJ apla S-tllls the bejt In the markt For aleb ; ranlvi; prls SOeenu a bottia Aldre.snellsli Medlral Dspezsary. Noll Kesrny Street, 8 Prancuea CM rovW 1 K. STORE. Keeps a Full Supply of General Merchandise which, is Being sold at Bot tom Prices. Hsu's Firfllsiiiig Goods, llMttf Shoes, Hats, Gaps, Etc Also, a large, complete arid fresh supply of choice staple and fancy groceries. A FEED YARD D ccontctWQ wlm tbf More Jthere- all it1? of Baled Hsj a-ri Ori o tisj oa htO't. l,GfT.(3 delivered free of charge to all parts of the city. Joseph. Dougherty, Proprietor A&LZONA STAGE CO "Carrying U. S. Mail and W,F X Us. Express BETWEEN PBESCOTi anu MlBICOPA vi. uiLirr. iVemve Preacott dally -.aaa.ai Ajcnveat i-nraix at A rrixe at HsvrleaBa at P. B. R. trains Et and f7est. Stses for the Norto. Leares Maricopa oa arriral H Trains froe the West at 7:15 A,K Arrive at I'hrnlx dally m A. arpiTC as l'rrsrott asuir as a:a r. m. BETWKEK Prescott and Phenix Via Wlctenonnr and Vnltare. LeaTerretcott, Mocdsr, Ttcrsdajs atSpja- rive a. rnenn wecnesasy sxa aararasj Cum.aatlDsconctctfon with stsgefor Marl eon a. Ketarnlne, IcsTe Phenix Monday and Tiers rise atarsin. v Arrire at Prescott Wedcesdar and Batardsy 6 a. in. -BETWEEN- Prescon and the if P. Leave Ircrott dallj at-- arte A. ronneectlnc with the Ail tralcs Eat and Arrive at Asn tort au. 7s r Leae .-v.h Torx npoa arrlTal of trains dally at A M Arrt-iu tTta. utt 7 J'PJt OFKICK IN BANK OF PRESCOTT, Prescott. A.T. JamM.aMvart.Hopt. J.T. Maador rtesco;t, A(t. aa mwn.