PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1888.
PRICE TEN CENTS.
VOL. XXV No. 24
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. very Uy In the year except Sim. day.
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ubiii-lied evt;ry Weuucrd, at frcM-o ti'V
i.imty ut of Yavapai county, -M ; of
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ro tivcK iIowa.hi ljAi:-ib iiAi.nwi.N
II WARD & BALDWIN.
Will prACtict! in all the coti ts of Mm TrriJ
torv. and attend tUe nautili" ttrin-. of tl.c
dwliict court in Apaolie and MchtV'- Cut -"
E. 31. SAKFORO,
A T T O U N K y A T L A W ,
rflce in OUlce Kow. Cortez ct, ivercott, A. T.
I F. EGGERS,
ATTO RN EY AT LA W .
Ottice Est Bide of rla7.a, two door
it tfauk of Arizona, up staii 6.
J. C. HERN DON. J J. HAWKINS
HERNOOV & HAWKINS.:,
AITOUOKVS AND COUNSELORS AT i.A
Special attention to conveyance... n..:
office work of all Urds.
W. L. VAN HORN,
AlTOKNRY AT LAW, NOTARV l'L'W.H:
And Comtnieeloner ofied f--r Nvv
Will practK-c In all Court of tli- 'Uiritor;
D. F. MITCHELL,
INrlUUVNCK AND BK.VL K-T ':.
'.tflfp HupervlBora roo hi . In four;. H'n-
"GE0TW. VICKEKS, 31.
fliyfllCIAN AND SL'RIiEON
Special attention j;iven to diaiiBei r wo
men and children.
OfQt e aud renldtuce, William Iloni'i-. m -'J
B. B. 1IALSEY, 31. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SUlMiEOS,
!ttc- anu residence in the Cruijjne mttn,.-!-ou
Willis street, mar I he Ji,hus...i hone.
utuo: on 44'juteiuii& -
ltlf .l.nr KiMtn of TJf ':. f
. OL. C. W. Johnstoni, Capt. Jou.v McC.b
Notary Public. fcns:. f Hno
JOHNSTONE & McCASEV,
Mint exinliK-d aud reported ". Miii'tpr
P. p. Box 28. henix. Ar.on t
Bank of Arizona
Prescott A, 1.
Established 1877. The Oldest
Biuk in the Territory.
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Orient Insurance Co.,
OF HARTFORD, CO.WW
AniiUAl atment for the e:ir mdinir Di -cemher
Slst, 1ST. Hied with the T..rMt.ri..)
Tre rarer, a Prescott, Arizona:
Capital stock (pld up) S'.OiHMit) 0
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for the tear : r',;'
Correct. 0. IJ. FosT-u, ,r Ti.m-.
D. F. Mitchell J
W4 5t AiienLPie T.
Fire Insurance Company,
OF LONDON, ENGLAND.
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aisi, 18S7, filed with ihe renPor-a'
I'reaurer at Prescolt, Arizona-
CaplUWtock SWUM' W
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Prrmium c Hected lu Arh.oi.u
for the year i,:t!i'.i: :
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TO DO T5 T
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of Mer h-nthl Lnmlw Shlnsl- and I.h'u
at Bod.ftick IV
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aa l F.'our tken In wx.Jlmn e rorj.-isi'i-r
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COPPEH. SILVER. LEAD SD GOLD
Parolused in Any Quantity.
Rates on ar cu be obtained bv pp!ioi
Udli in wett w or by mmil, to the office of the
above wortfi, I PrescoiL
4klnseaU aado. direct to the. smelting :v
If dtalred. F T. Q. COCKBUTi.V,
Mamagcr, P. O. Box , Prescott, At bo-
Fainter and Decorator
"vktrt Tiin t xKerleare. Carrisee Paltu
liaiasSlsSVr .Sf Qlld'.B , Gra nSur.
SfJZm!7Simr Ummflmg; any desired humio-
war, gi d 1b o - i n, Leave Mur
5?2inpSta ship, or a a P. u.
: Atlantic & Pacifi
Albuquerque, N.JL, to Mojave, Cal.
T nil I'aslfl Coast Polnl and to
the Hlfh junior KeslBN r Hew
it xico, Arti'tmm mm. Calltarala.
Proscott Junction -PrejcoitA Arlxona
tutr;il aiiwav for Foit Whipple anil
I'iocoU Only all rail lino.
Garstow C lornla southern for Lou An
Ki',san Dif k i una other .Southern Cali
fi.rniii towns 1 3 honr snorter than any
flo'avo Southfcrn PaclflcforSan FrHticisen,
St-r.iiii nto and Northern Cailfornlu
pofnts-The Great Middle Line.
Ji Pullman Palace Cars
Sf. Loiiisaiiu! Kansas City, and San
Francisco and Los Angeles
-TM Ktitine Housei are under the sain o
mnnbxetnent :lH those on the line of the Atch
ison. Toi.i'lMi Hania Ve railroad, which U
imnnt?e f.f ttifir excellonce.
V. p. WHITE. W, B. BIDDLE,
TrulUc Manaser, Dlv. Pa. AE't,
T:j.kH. Kan. Albnguerqne.N.M
A. . O DDIS, Hupcrlntendeni.
i.cfi Albuquerque, N. M.
I'HKSCOTT A ARIZONA
Miy U. 1888.
l,v Kansaa City Ar
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4 30 pm
7 "0 Hill
Lv Albuquerque Ar
1 .10 pm
Lv S.tn Francisco
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9 41 am
i,v Lor Angeles
it) 00 pill
7 0& pin
7 .10 ami oiLv Pre olt June Ar
7 30 pm
7 00 pm
6 30 pm
t 40 pm
5 20 pm
4 30 pm
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8 00 anu ll! Sullivan
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11 o nil! Hi
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Point cf Kocks.....
r Prescott Lv
4 00 pm
3 30 pm
3 00 pm
St ' i. lard Mountain time. Wells, Fargo A
Concretions With Atlantic & Paclnc rall
ro ft .t l'r so't Junction. At Prescott con.
.(Con is mad with the dally line of Uulled
yi'iu-s coi.chth for Piieuix, Fort Verde, Wlcs-
J 'i-; nii'l i.1 1 inter. enlni; mlnlngcamps.
13 s S
B. R. BLAINE,
11 ( in' roc'j' .i hor SprlnplStockJof
Also a -ull llne.cf
s! Pattern Dress Goods
l.vll a r'.;vet'nllv Invited to call and
"XA n'. III )Ck.
,n . ' t M KS. U. U. BLAIWK
y id Ti mo uces Played Out
AT THE NEW
Tlie ii'-d-islcned Is prepared ti funili-h on
si.iirt nl .Kuylhlug In iho Saddle Line at.
Hen son able Prices
li w rk j5HSM.itnd. I have a s'octc of
e o I k ls on li inl uch as Bits, Ppurs, Quirts
Cli p -.tir iN. Ki .tai. Cldeh v. Kl specially
Ui fur irtii e i:'"!.
1 do i ll 1 1 M-nhli and oMior w rk In Pres.
ion. S nl'firsadiilo Picture, Fre a hire
nf th ir.tdo Mliclte!.
ALEX. AYERS, Jr.,
:on;i'ii'iii Sl'-i't, cpposlto Court House,
Present.' , Arloi a. Jal2tf
Assay i nd niiiiljzes of ores, bullion, metal-Inmic-.i
pioMicts.eH'ocouirately and rapidly
o in'1 tic tod.
; -.rlcv street. Second door west of WlilianiB
Ron e. pp fiv -tU -e of Murphj Bros. apl4
hip iii Hrgtal Quiti.
. a Iiik o" vc v kind or ore and bullion.
ah vmo of m eral., furuece produols, etc.
""ar; for V Mivlni; re KorSllver alm:o
gl. i ; f r silver mid Gold, fi; foi Lead, $1; fo
Coo r. 1. for 'run, 84.
IVs'ifc rad vl'iPt rw n'' qnantltatlvot
for zi't, ti-, iiM-a c. -.ntlmoiy, uhkel. c -Un"
. f.ui. U.'Oive-r Htiy other metal, a. rat
a Iti- 0' st -t with cai-fol wrik. JolStf
Patent Medicines and
Dvugs of all Kinds.
Sold forKastorn Prl
SUR CURE PiSCOVEREP
ftki mHko M
n! rhacfc't Gsrmah Catarrh
lT:c 1. tiamrin fre U Iltustilik NkMW ISC.
iMlnreL f.n-rr rail eno M ?i
The Pleasant Valley Lynching
In response to a telegram seat to
Holbrook for further information con
cern! g the lynching in Pleasant Val
ley, the Jo uknal Mixer has receited
the following :
"Houjrook, Aug. 1G. Reports from
Pleasant Valley of the lynching, by
outlaws, of James Stott, James Scott
and Jeff Wilson, near Stott's lanch, on
the afternoon of the 11th, received
here up to date are as follows : The
parties were arretted on alleged ficti
tious chart; e.-, anil were in charge of
Jas. D. Houck and five others. They
were en route to Pleasant Valley, and
when near the Caxiyon Creek trail were
met by masked men who ordered Houck
and his men to move on. The pris
oners were found next morning hang
inn near the Verde road. Houck ar
rived in Holbrook on Monday, Au
gust 3d, and the latest intelligence re
ceived from the scene was on Tuesday
morning, when the bodies were report
ed as still hanging. From the best in
formation to-dtiy the county authorities
are taking no action in the matter."
The mot diligent inquiry among
parties acquainted in the Tonto basin
country fails to elicit any information
as to the iden ity of James Scott, th
only on of the name known, being tbe
sheepman, aud ex member of the leg
islature, who was not likely t t ave
been found in the company of two such
notorious characters as Stott and Wil
son are alleged to be. The general im
pression is that the lynch ng party
were not composed of outlaws either, as
the man Stott, although arrested seve
ral limes bad always managed to se
cure an acquittal, to the disgUBt and
annoyance of the better class of citizens,
who were cognizant of his place being a
rendezvous for horse thieves aud bad
characters, and who, as stated before,
had ordered him to leave the valley.
A Rumored Lynching.
Our contemporary contained the fel
owing telegram this morning from Hol
brook : " Information reached here of
the lynching of James Stall, James
Scott and Jell' Wilson, by outlaws, in
the south western part of this county.
The affair grew out of a recent war in
Tonto Bagin between sheep and cattle
laisers. Warrants were issued and the
arrests made by unauthorized persons,
and the prisoners were taken across the
mountains into Yavapai county, where
they were met by a pre-arranged mob
of outlaws, and hanged." Inquiry at
the sheriff' olli x for information con
cerning the truth of the above failed to
elicit any! hing further than that there
was probably an error as to the name
of one of the party. A man named
James Stott has made himself particu
larly obnoxious to the Jaw abiding citi
zens of that section, on account of his
alleged harboring of horse thieves, and
it is thought that if there was a case of
ly c'ung that he was the victim, in
stead of James Scott, who is a promi
nent sheep man of that vicinity, and was
a member of the 14th legislative assem
bly. This is also made more probable from
the fact, that Jeff Wilson, one of the
alleged victims, bears a very unsavory
reputation, and was suspected of being
inplicuted in the store robbery at Tonto
some tune Miice, anu ootn par
ties had been driven from this county.
Col. Eggers Card.
Editor JoruxAL-MiSER: In the
Arizona Gazette I find the following:
' Col, Eggers, one of the accredited
agents of the republican party of Ari.
zrnti, to the Ciiieago convention, ap
proached (leirgo Christ, one of the
alternates ami an uncompromising Al
lison ma-, .nil with an insinuating
smile, told Mr. Christ that he ha t lost
lis pocketbook and was deal broke,
and asked Mr. Christ f. r a temporary
loan. To 'his, the delegate fn m So-
nora onsented, and let Col. Eggers
have $125, Eggers in the meanwhile
telling him that he was an Allison man.
On the strength of this assertion, Mr.
Christ took him around to the Iowa
headquarters and int o uced him as an
AHison man from Arizona, and the
doughty Colonel borrowed $50 more
from Chris Tilings went on nicely
until Alger, of Michigan, was placed in
nomination, when to tha great surprise
aud disgust of Christ, up jumps Eg
gers and second the nomination of the
wolverine statesman. Christ howled
and shouted, but to no avail. Arizona's
vote was cast solid for Alger. Christ
said he di n't mind losing $175, but he
felt m sd for 'iitroducing the fellow to,
his countrymen as a gentleman."
In reply to said article. I have limply
t say : Sometime ago, after my return
home from Chicago, said paper, if I am
proper'y informed, alleg d that George
Christ had only resided iu Arizona a
very brief period, etc., etc. All of
which 1 denied. Now, that tkey have
exhausted themselves on Mr. Christ,
this said j) p r opens, for some cause
or other unknown to me, its vials of
wra h on me in the above article, which
is maliciously false and cowardly, a d
I desire to say that utwspaper men
who pursue such a illainous course
should receive, as they d serve, the just
rebuke of every citizen.
Now, Dunbar, you disgraceful editor
of the Gazette, before you make any
more breaks of ny kind at men, you
go actively to work and fix up your de
falcation ; or go to the penitentiary for
robbing the Cochise county treasury;
or do as defaulters generally do, slip
into Old Mexico or Canada, and live on
your steals and black mail, and grow
fat. Respectfully, L. F. Eggbes.
The regular weekly meeting of tbe
Chautauqua circle took place at tbe
Williams House parlor, with Mrs. If.
O. Murphy, Wednesday. Responses to1
roll call were quotations from 8. F.
Coleridge. Mrs. Dake gave a complete
biography of the poet, Coleridge, fol
lowed by tbe reading of Coleridge's
Herndon. Mrs. Tritle then read a care
fully prepared "Criticism oa Coleridge,
as a Poet." "Plants and Prisons of
Western Siberia" was read by Mies
Mary Otis, after which Mrs. Burmiter
read an article front theCba'utauquan,
entitled "Italy's Womea Writers."
Current events were then .discussed,
whea the club adjearned to meet. Wed
nesday next at tbe residence ,efMrs.
Republican Territorial Convention.
The Territorial Convention of the
Republican party of ArisQua, for, tbe
aomination of one person for Delegate
to Congress, one perse for 8uperin
teadeat of Public Iastraetioa, at which
convention shall also be a oat mated ae
Councilman for the Northern District,
composed t Apache Yavapai, Mohave,
Yuma aad Maricopa counties ; and oae
councihaaa for the Southern District,
coat posed of Pima, Cochise, Graham,
Gila and Pinal counties ; will, be con
vened in the city of Tucson, on Septem
ber 19, 1888, at 11 o'clock a. m. The
Republicans of the different counties
of the Territory are therefore respect
fully invited to held county eoayea
tions composed of members chosen by
primaries held in the various precincts
of the counties, at which county con
ventions delegates totae Territorial
Convention shall be chosen upoa the
following basis: Oae delegate from
each couaty and one delegate for each
fifty votes or fraction over twenty-five
votes cast for C. C. loan for Delegate
to Coogress at the November election
in 1886. The representation of the
several counties w.ll be as folio .
Pima . 16
By a ruling of the chairman of tbe
Territorial Central Committee it is .un
derstood that proxies to the convention
must be held by members of the con
vention from the same counties only.
With renewed devotioa to the great
principles of the Republican party, via :
Protection to Americaa industries aad
protection to American labor, with
the extension of the right of suffrage
and home rule in the Territories, the
Republicans of Ariiona eater upon the
present campaign with confidence, and
invite all citiseas who believe in the
principles of Republicanism as above
indicated to join with them in securing
the benefits to the Territory which Re
publican success warrants.
Chairman Rep. Cen. Com: I
N. A. McaFQBP, Soc'y.
An eminent German sanitary expert
says that chemists have succeeded in
making a first-rate brandy out of saw
dust. A man can, therefore, get a rip
saw and go out aad get as drunk as a
lord on a fence rail. A man can make
brandy smashes out of the shingles f
his roof ; he can get delirium tremens
by drinking the legs of bis kitchen
chairs. You may shut an inebriate
out of a gin shop aad keep him away
from a tavern, but .if he can become
uprerious on boiled, sawdust aad desi
cated window sills, any attempt at re
form must necessarily be a failure. Ex.
Tonto basin, ia this county, is set
tling up pretty rapidly. The Apache
Review, published at St Johns, says:
"A party, consisting of two men and
one woman, with a couple of wagons
and a band of horses, passed through
town yesterday from Mason couaty,
Texas, en route to Payson, in Tonto
basin. About a month ago another
parly of emigrants trom the same
county in Texas, with eight or nine
wagons, and about 100 head of horses,
went through, destined for the same
One of our Phenix contemporaries
shows what it knows about what is
going oa in the mining regions of this
section by tbe following: "The Oro
Bella company is operating two mines,
the Oro Bella and Oro Pino, and have,
we believe, a twenty-stamp mill ia ope
ration. In their vicinity Messrs. Place
A Shekels are also operating a ten
stamp mill, also the Boas Mining Co.
are running a twenty-stamp mill."
Daniel Laub ia in treahle again.
This time he is charged .with attempt
ing to rob a man ia tbe Montesuma
lodging house, Friday aight. Mr. Da-
lin, the proprietor, heard him eater tbe
room adjoining the one where he slept,
and, armed with a stick of stove wood,
laid him out after be had effected an
entrance to tbe room, and turned aim
ever to Chas. Wallace, the aight watch
Thomas Wing, ex-register of the land
ofa ce, had a sample basket of peaches
in town to-day from his Granite Dells
ranch, below town. There were three
varieties the Crawford, Smock and
Hoaest John. His trees are only four
years old, but ih s is his secoad crop
A geatlemaa, out of breath al
most, called at tbe post ofaot yesterday
and told Postmaster Head to give bin
one of those '-tea cent running marks,"
"then whea I aead raiae letter I knows
they gita him right avaj quick." He
waated a stamp for immediate delivery.
A petkaea hat boon preesated to
Couaty Sehool Buperiateadeat O'Neill
for the formatiqa of a aew sehool dis
trict ia the viciaity of Csjrdos peotottee.
Theroaresixteea pupil ia the neigh
horhood that would bo embraced ia the
Tho flagstaff ieM head oace
mora, aright ami aeeny -ae ever. Mr
eemi-weelly. "Flag" vosl sap-
ottiffas aspamaciw two) waeMraad
Charme of Cdltosial Llfo.
One of the beauties and charms of an
editor's life is in his dead-heading it on
all occasions. One who has never
tasted that bliss can never begin to take
in his. glory and happiness. He does
$100 worth of advertising for a railroad
company, gets a "pass" for a year,
rides $25 worth ; and then he is looked
upon as a dead-head, er half blown
dead-beaL lie "puffs" a concert troupe
$10 worth, and gets $1 in "compliment
aries," and is thus passed "free." He
blows and puffs a church festival free
to any desire! extent, and does the
poster printing at half rates, and
merely gets a "thank you" for it. It
goee as part of his duty as editor. He
does more work gratuitously fur the
town and community than all the rest
of the population put together, aud
gets curses for it all. He passes "free"
you know. Utica (N. Y.) Observer.
Frank Leslie'e Sunday
Concludes George Macdonald's beauti
ful story, "The Elect Lady," and gives
two more chapters of the new story,
"Cenevieve; Or, "The Children of Port
Royal," begun in the August number .
It contains also a short story by Flor
ence B. Hallowell, entitled "A Little
Flirtation," with a very excellent moral.
"Perils and Heroes of the Melanesian
Missions," by Emma Raymond Pit
man, is a profusely illustrated and in
tertainning missionary article; and
"Paul Scarron," by Henry Van Laun,
is an instructive study of that deformed
'genius who was the husband of Ma
dame de Maintenon A very rurious
article, y the Rev. William Burnet, is
entitled "TlwfLegei. 1 of Elhanan ; Or
How the Rabbi's Son Became Poue ;"
and "dome facts about Chili," gives
much instruction, both in text and
picture, about the greatest of the South
American republics. Dr. Talmage's
sermon is "Songs in the Night," and
editorially he comment on "War
against Newspapers," "The Power of
Pray r," "Good Examples," and "The
Beet of Frie ds." The departments
are well kept up, and poems and short
articles all entertaining aud useful. It
is a good summer number.
The assessment returns from Pima
county have been received by the terri
torial board of equalization. It shows
the number of cattle in that county to
be 94,735, valued at $1,012,290. Yava
pai county takes the lead of all the
counties in the territory in the number
of cattle, having 50,000 more than
Pima, more than twice that of Apache,
and twice as many as Cochise.
County School Superintendent O'Neill
baa reported to the Board of Supervi-
sors that tue minimum amount oi
money required to maintain the schools
of Yavapai county for the present scho
lastic year will be $25,500. The esti
mate is made on the basis of the forty
school districts which the county con
tains, the total number of children of
school age in tbe county being 1,431.
"Our evening contemporary thinks
it would be able to give its patrons a
little more reading matter if it could
get fifteen or twenty thousand dollars
more from legislatures, says the
Courier. Correct you are. We were
net so fortunate, by several thousand
dollars, as the above paper at the last
session of the legislature.
Marshall Woods, of Witherellville,
sustained a very serious and painful
injury to one of his knees, a day or two
since, by having a loaded wagon run
over it. The attending physician says
that had the injuries been two inches
either way from where it is, it would
have resulted in crushing the bones of
We are in receipt of the fust number
of Frank Deatherage's new aper the
Bisbee Democrat a very neat, well
edited paper. A perusal of its columns
led us to believe it was a democratic
paper, but our contemporary contains a
notice to the effect that such is not the
If, as our contemporary cUims, " the
democratic primaries here brought
rain," Peter Bolan's call for a demo
cratic convention has produced a storm,
bordering on a cyclone. It consists,
however, solely of democratic wind, the
only trace of moisture found being in
dications of poor whisky.
Harris Baldwin seems to havo the
inside track for the nomination as d s
triet attorney by the democratic con
vention. He is supported for the posi
tion by all the federal appointees .
Application was received by the
board of equalization from the Arizona
4 New Mexico R. R. to have its assess
ment reduced from $4,000 to $3,500 per
mile. The application was ref sed.
The following is a list of letters remain
ing in the post-office at Prescott.. Ari
sona, uncalled for August 16, 1888:
Brady, Peter R-2
Berkley, W R
Baker, Jno B
Cantrell, t T
Coegrove, Jno W
Campbell, Mrs. E
Loubey, Chas R
Wagner, G W
Davis, U S
Dayton, Mrs A F
Please say "advertised" letters.
A. J. Hbad. ?. M.
The following additional delegates to
the republican convention are reported :
Jerome J. B. Weber and J. M,
CotUW04-A.. S. Haskell.
Lower Agua Fria Geo. E. Brown.
Bumble Bee-W. H. Perry.
Stoddard Alonso Hill.
Black Hills Chester Cue.
Ague Fria Geo. White.
ProscoU Junction L. D. Gale.
All of them are unpledged.
We have just received
Which" we offer to our patrons at
the following remarkably
Low Prices :
Climax, full weight plugs, 50c.
Star, full weight plugs, 50c.
Piper Heidsick, 25c.
J. B. Pace (smoking), plugs,'45c.
Kentucky Smile ( smoking ),
v il of North Carolina, six 4-oz.
packages for $1.
Vanity Fair, seven -lb pack
ages for $1.
Durham Genuine, 4-ounce Dack
age for 15c.
Vanity Fair Cigarettes, 5c. per
The Finest Brands of Key West
and Domestic Cigars, from
$35 to $80 per thousand.
Our Stock of Wines, Whiskies
and Cigars is most complete.
Star brand Coal &Oil, $4.50 per
A .New Line ot
w e are now so
Iling Ingrain Car-
pets at 75c, 00c.
and SI iper
Call and examine our New Stock
The Finest Line
Cable Cords and Kip Raps
We have just received a car load
of Furniture, and are offering
it at prices owertlian ever be
fore given in Prescott. Call
and examine our
We are stil slaughtering our
stock of Clothing, and have
added a new line of Summer
Suit and Pants.
All the Latest Styles of Ladie's
and Gents' Summer Hats.
A specialty tnUe ofjth Jr-ralrlns of;KlD
Watches, CJocks, Etc
All Work Warranted
Sii?l& Dr. Lincoln's Orakimore.
jy'-.sTiJL-fi I )tHti-rettn or
rv i-rrvr. Vr'riKN cha. pt-
unnM).- milti. toot h ins omroU ot
In hrilTh ithI VifiTmTuPfrritpfi OmiO
T1 1 IBI1IT TIT " T V ' racmsa.
Uarrr all otber dciul wont caxapeiw
ht rim n i
HO, TO THE FRONT.
BaShfOrd & Burmister.
Lead Them Ail.
Low Prices and
Owia to the LOW PRICKS at which we arv S K.I, LI Mi, and the
the Lartse amount of GOODS WK DAILY RKCRIVK, we; have tbe
Of An1' Other House
Are Supplies for the
And Residents of Yavapai rcimiy.
Any Article Needed at home caB be i id t th? Store of V. C
BASltiRD 4. CO.
No Deia, and Money and Time Saved:
THE TRAGIC MARKET
lun 1)ioih 1-
Wfjr.tusil" nil!RatllitVlr'in;nl!Jteln4l of
Fresh and Salt Meats,
CIioi;e Cornell Hrvt and Pork a SiHwialty.
Sausages of All Kinds.
Cash Paid for Fat Cattle and Sheep,
Meats dellerd to all partaof lb- CltU aad Kort "VUlppl iVky1 STKI'KKNM.
KELLY & STEPHENS!
GOLDEN RULE STORE,
Hv tUa lrMtod slost refull FarnhH-ed l"li
Of General Merchandise
Cupliti stock if the Famous Oregon Gassimin Clothing. Blanket
Linii Giods- Pacific Coast Flannal Undarwiar,
AD AN KNOLRHH
BUCKINGHAM HECTS UNRIVALED MANUFACTURE
Bo ts and Shoes.
vsr Id aav OBeastaijUabaint la Artsous.jMcl
Send for Cat&lotcue Ut
EEWIN B AE 11 ,
Portrait and Landscape Photographer,
flKam C. Johnston, Proprietress.
ALL THE DELICACIES OF THE SEASON SBm.
Speeia1 attention Paid to Families-
3ord $7 per week tinest rooms in Prescofc
Good Goods Tell.
in Yavapai County
J. Q- STEl'HBSa
"-f ifi l url.-r.
..Opposite the Prescott House.
ct)ti.:o k. a. lAtMHuuui
beautifurpoem, "Genevieve," by Mrs.
L -w ir . 1
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