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ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER
VOjU-. -XA.Vl i. O-.. iArUoB. Journal, fcataditiahrd IW74.
PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1881).
PRICE TEN CENTS
IRIliWI WEEKLY J0URNIL4IIIER.
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lijtih'.per montn ..
Hailv. delivered by carrier to city ut
VVeetly, three months
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J. II. Rate. 41 1'ark Kow, New York.
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K. C. Date, San Francisco.
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Calmer & Key, San Francisco.
Where the paper li kept on file.
KI7.0NA. HOSK CUOIX, CHAITKK NO.
A. I Regular nicotines In couclam of Ari
zona Kiwo OrolrChay.ter, No. 1. second Sat
urday of each month. All Sir Knlchts Koao
frateruallo Invited to attend, tly order or
Most Wise A. O. Oliver. . , , ,
S. K. HKWHT. Archivist.
J. O. 0. F.
Arizona Lodge. No. 1.
Regular meeting of this
lodirw cverr Wednesday
evening at Odd Fellows' halt, oojouruing
brethren of the order In ood aUntling are
cordially Invited lo attend.
0. C WADDRLL, Noble Grard.
W. K. LiKMHCBB. Recording Secretary.
Knights of Pythias.
Prescott Lodgit N. I. Uag.
ular meeUng of this lodga
every Monday evening at Odd
Fellows' Hall. t-oioniiiluir
kniirhis In good standing are
cordially invited to attend.
A. MOSKli, C. C.
W. E. LANrKlURHK,
K. of K. A: S.
BOSS & VAN HORHE,
A.TTOKNSVS AT LA W ,
0. 1). Rosa, W. I.. Van Houne.
HUtrlct Attorney. Notary Public,
rrosctt. A. 1. FUgstatT,A.T.
iUKitis Baldwin, T. W .Iohsston
BALDWIS & JOHNSTON,
Will practice in all the courla or t ho TerriJ
try. and attend the regular term of the
dhukt court In Apiche and Mohtv Coun-
K. M. SANFOKD,
ATT O 11 N K Y AT LAW,
Oifltn in tillce Kow, Cirtez ct, Fresoott, A. T.
lu F. KGGEUS,
. ATTORN EY AT LAW,
Olhcc Kt side of I'laxa, two doora south
Jtank of Arizona. ut stairs.
J. C HERNDON. J. J. HAWKINS
1IKKXD0V & HAWKINS"
ArrOROKYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW
Special aucitlton to conveyancing and
office work of all kinds.
5-SrOHiec.ovvr the Hank of Arizona.
; D. F. MITCHELL,
WnsuiUnof. Ann ukal :st vtk.
O nico 5Ui pnrvtsor room. In "!otirt Houhh.
B. HALSKY, M. IK,
l'HTSU;i.N AND SUUOEON.I
' OnW anu residence West Frescott, ne.tr the
Houth Methodist church.
tv. K. K01UNS0N,
i' i! vSI C I A N AND SUROKOH,
j;luv uu Montdutma street,
1 1 in .i.h.; u.i. Hi of ilnw & Co's I iruustore
MBS. R. R. BLAINE,
Auuounoi's to the Ladle of l're.scot t nnd VI
clnlty that ah" low Jut recelvM a
. ti'irge SUk'Ic nf the
Of Kvery IKscrlptlon.
Ladies'. & Ghiidreis Boots &Shoes
A Magnificent Stock
HIM AU HI! US,
tncluillnsall kliulnoj mati rliil for
Also. Vnttrrn UaU huI Ladlrn Umlorwear.
( uil nt oxxtnlno Ooots ami convince your
self thnt Frlcns aro lower ttit.lt tho tuweit at
M ItS. K. ItL IN IVS.
Bank of Arizona
Prescott, A. T.
MstabHsliotl Tli UUst
iSuiiv in th Territory.
HVU KC:ilAKI.. lrMli1rMt.
K. V. WKI.I.M-. "lrf IVl"rl.
W. K. HKKI.TIMK -.aklrr.
-3000 UlOJlARnH, K. W. W'Kl.LH,
I. W. SULLIVAN, . H. ItUKMtHTER,
W. K. IlAaKl.TINK.
Kuw r ttirwnila Nu rruslsn
Lnidlnw A Vm. -Mew Yrk
UENRKAL BANK.INO KUSINKSS TRANS
ACTED, Drafts and Telecrajihlc exchange on the
N ncipal cities of the United SUtca bought
Patent Medicines and
Dvugs of all Kinds.
Sold for Hastem IVt.-.-N.-at tbn
u-rrpIr AilTtrtUtnK Jturrau (la hriiL'CB
IMK Jiurrau (to SriiL'Ct
.tiuv ItO VUUiH tor I ll
tR, WlttrWCKKUT JoUKNAL-MlNK Is
M?l.lhhea evert Wednesday, at l'rocolt, the
Atlantic & Pacific
Albiiquurquo, N.M., to Mojave, Cal.
The Shortest Route
To alt rolnu;Coaxl Points ami to
The Kirk JtlatMa; KeslMn mt Mew
Proscott Junction rreacoit a Aviaoua
i;euirMi rauway tor ran wnippie ana
t'le-seou only an rail nn.
arstow OUfortila .SouiUorn for Ioa An
gtHK.Jan Diego ana other Southern Call
romla towns 13 hours shorter than any
Mo'ave-Southern I'aoltlo for San Francisco,
oaeraiuento ami ioriuurn uaiirornla
lHluts The (reat Mbldle Llue.
Through Pullman Palace Cars
St. Louis and Kansas City, asil San
Francisco and Los Angeles
Tiitf Katlug Houses aro'iuuler ttteaame
iuaiiMgiuiMit as Uiote on tho llnvof tbe Atclf
Uoii.TMcist'rJHrilliOna, wtitoh is a
giiirant of tUelr excirflunee.
W. r. WH1TK.
W, A. 1US8KLL,
TniMika. Kan. ana laa. Av'L
U. .M. HACilKLLKIt,
General Acent Frolht ami Pass. 1Km,
A. i. O ADDIS, Sunrrlutenilimt,
oc6 Alhuuucrque. N. M.
rilESCOTT & ARIZONA
12 10 ptu Lv Kansas Olty Ar t 9a tm
(Moiititalu VI me)
7 30 am Lv Albuquerque Ar 1 U) im
9 : am Lv Man Vanelsco Ar s am
10 oo pm Lv Lor Angeles Ar 7 oa uim
3 pm 0 l.v rresrolt June Ar 11 (X) tun
15 pm II Sullivan . 10 So am
4 H) pm 1 GarlunU 2 10 00 utu
J4 ..l)oualilMiu,i -tit
6 'JO pm SO Hoss 2 am
5 .15 pm fj Cleat wnur S io am
55 pm io ......I'untney. SS k W am
17 , , vr.i itrlUgo a?
('. 3& pm .V) i . , Hang hart S 00 am
Si Utile's i!
s-j Campbell ..
7 10 pm s Wtndinill.... 16 7 30 am
7 40 pm t Venlv Station S 7 oo am
67 Folntof Kocka 7
73 Fort Whipple l
8 1& pm 71 Ar.... rreKoUt Lv 0 6 30 am
Stau. lard Mountain time. Wells. Kargo A
Conufclliuia With Allnutlc A racltlc rall
naa at 1'rescolt Junction. At Frvscolt con
niwtton Is made with tho tlally Mnoof United
States coaches for l'henlx. Fort Venle. Wick
nuburgand all lutervvnliig mlnlugoampN.
COPPER, SILVER. LEAD AND GOLD
Purchased in Any Uuuntity.
K.Us on orrs cau be obtained bv applica
tion in person or by mail, to the ottlco of tho
above works. In I'rescotL
Shipments made direct to the h melting com
if desired. J. M. W. MOOKE.
l. O. os 2. Vreseott, Ailtona.
Assay and Mini.ig
Geo. J. Rockwell.
WlUffli SflWIWif Mil VilijlwMwf
Opposite the Pottoffice,
Assays of it 1 kind. Contracts made with
minim; companies for assaying liy the month
Will examlue mlnln property and give. ad.
vi co as o Hie proper treatment of orea. Itoast
UK and leachlmcof ores a specialty. dJ
Assays and analyzes of tires, bullion. metal
Innrlcal ptoducts. etcacctirratily andrapldly
Gurley street, Second dixir west of Williams
nouse, opt"sito office, of Muruh) Hros. ap!4
Assaylucot very kind of on and bullion.
Analyse of mlticniN, furnace products, rlo.
OinirKea for Asayln: Ores Kor Stiver abuie
flA); for Silver and Gold, $J; foi Uad, $l:fo
Oo(i.t, $1. for Iron, f I.
Testa msdo (quuiiuitlvo and quautlta tlvo
for slue, tin, arneulc. iiiitlmoay, tiloaul. oo
hall, quicksilver or any other metal, a. rate
s low a coiislint Willi ontfful woik. JctSt
Clark & Adams'
f'lB-iVinor u. Untlo and any Dimension
of Mer:hantatil l.utubj . Shlueltt;audLMlu
at IteiUrock rrlces.
DOORS. WINDOWS AND BLINDS.
will ml lio lindsrsild.
an l KlourtaKen In oxehanso forLuoiter
LAST WKEK'8 WEDDINCJ.
C. II. Ake and Miss Kiuily Philimt
liBital ia Marriage, at the
Tho Baptist church of this place
never hold to larjro an audience, as it
did last night, tho occasion being tho
marriage of Cluuloa H. Akors. county
reconier, to Min Emily PhtlliKt, nioco
of Air. and Mrs. J. 0. Herndon. Tho
iutorior of tho edifice waa boatitifttlly
ornamontuil with evergreens, while an
oleganl. silk banner containing a mono-
grain of tho initials of tho parties, huug
on tho wall immediately over tho pulpit.
Onck Jackson and M. K. Morin olli-
dated as ushers, and long before tho
hour announced for tho ceremony tho
scats of tho church wore illlod with
ladies, while standing room for gentle
men was at a biir nremium.
Promptly atStfOp. m. tho bridal
party appeare!, IIelrick Aitkon and
Miss Mimi Martin lniinir irroomsmiin
and briilesmaid resiectively, and as a
beautiful weddinir march was triavod.
by Trof. Thomas, the' walked up tho
aislo and tho high contracting parties
took a position beneath a llowor-fes-tooned
arch, prepared for tho occasion,
when Kov. L. Phil. Smithey, of tho
South Methodist church, proceeded to
pronounco tho ceremony, which was
very impressive, that made thorn man
and wife. Tho popularity of tho young
couple was best attested by the vast
amttenco that tilled the church to over-
IlOWlllg. T1I0 JOUKNAIi-.MlNKU JOlItS
in Uio numerous other friends in ex
tending congratulations to tho happy
young couple, and may their matrimo
nial voyage bo smooth and peaceful.
Tho presents were both numerou
The following is tho listof presouts
Mr. and Mrs J. C. llernden, a beau
tiful colored willow chair.
Mrs. Almarine Akers, a present of
James Akers, a fancy willow work
Morris and Henry Goldwator, an
elegant gilt clock mounted on a Parian
marble base, and encased in an oval
Uashford ife Burmister, lc.-uit:fu1,
largo hanging lamp.
Orick Jackson, fancy table.
Baron Goldwatcr, elegant, silver
mounted carving set ami plush case.
Hedrick Aitken, solid silver water
J. M. Aitken, silver butter dish.
V. J. Mulvenon and G. G. Waddell,
pa r of bronze statues.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. O'Neill, silver
.Mr. anil Mrs. 11. H. Burmister, ele
gant Snow Ico Jioso lemonade set.
Master Bobbie llartin, half dozen
silver tea spoons.
Mrs. Sarah Chamberlain, Oreston,
Iowa, silver butter knife.
Thomas Hall, Creston, Iowa, silver
Miss Laura Burtt, Creston, Iowa, oil
painting of apple blossoms, and chair
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Wells, full set of
Mr. and Mrs. A. Aitken, a very
unique locomotive clock.
G. Arthur Allen, gold scarf pin.
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Mclnernay,
pair of silver ntipkin rings with names
Charley and Clare Herndon, silver
Sir. and Mrs. B. K. Sloan, silver and
glass canl case.
Mrs. Florence Hall, Creston, Iowa,
fancy wall iiockct.
John Koliurts, stained glass water sot
Mr. and. Mrs. A. P. Smith, set of
silver knives and forks.
H. D. Boss, silver Calla lily vaso.
M. E. Morin, unique stiver mounted
Miss Mattie llartin, cut glass preserve
Joseph Dougherty, mothor of pearl
Judge and Mrs. J. J. Hawkins,
heavy silver mounted cako tray.
Geo. H. Curry, lundsonio silver jewel
Mrs. Louisa Wilson, elegant silk
W. M. ClayKH)l, individual silver salt
and pepper set.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Martin, silver
mounted elass pickle castor.
Harvy 11. Helm, fancy willow rock
A Hal I road Wrock.
An associated press telegram of tho
9th instant, from Los Angeles, says:
The west bound overland passenger
train on tho Atlantic t Pacific arrived
hero many hours lato, having been in
collision Sunday afternoon with an east
bound passenger train near Peach
Springs, Arizona, 109 miles loyoud
Tho Needles. Tho trains, each drawn
by two engines, met on a sharp curvo
in a high embankment, and came to
gether with an awful crash, demolish
ing tho engines and throwing them
down the hank into tho stream, carry
ing threo or four caw with thorn. Ono
engineer jumped on tho wrong side, and
fell down tho rocky stoep SO feot, and
was fearfully bruised and internally in
jured. Tho rest of tho train men ami
passcngeis escaped serious injury, but
were badly shaken tip. A laborer steal
ing a ride on tho platform next to tho
tender, was crushed to death.
Special to the Joukmai.'Minkh.
Piiknix, April 10 G::iOp. m. Gov
rnor Woltley, at fivo o'clock, sent a
message to the houso, vetoing tho Co
conino county bill. It is reported hero
that tho light has cost that section
from first to last not less than $25,000.
Tho bouse refused to sustain tho veto,
by a vote of 12 to 1, Speaker Smith
alono voting in tho alUrmativo. Tho
council sustained tho veto, by tho fol
lowing vote: ayes, Choyney, Dorring
ton, Dunlap and Moon. I ; nays,
Hardy, Peters, Drake '.I, Sloan and
the four democratic members being ab
sent. Appropriation bill has passed tho
house, and tho legislature has ad
journed sine die.
Bosario Groom, better known as
Young Bob Groom, and son of "Old
Bob" Groom, an early pioneer to the
territory, and mumber of tho first legis
lature convened in Arizona, died this
morning at tho county hospital, where
ho had boon for several days previous
to his demise. Ho died by his own
hand, superinduced, it ia thoughtby
prolonged illness caused orientally from
using water impregnated with copper
from a initio lto was working in tho
Btadshaw mountains. It is thought by
his acquaintances that tho unfortuuato
young mun committed tho rash act in
a fit of mental aberration. Expressions
of sympathy and condolence arc ex
pressed for tho aeed father in tho loss
of his son, a young man esteemed by al
who kuvw him. He came to tho torri
tory in 1873, and has ainco been on
Kaged in mining. Funeral will take
place at 5 o'clock this evening. Pho-
nix Herald, 9th inst.
Editor Journal-Minkk : I intended
to writ you a full account of tho re
ception and grand inaugural ball tend
orcd by the citizens of tho capital to
Governor, Wooltlloy and ex-Uovornor
Zulick, how tho "music rose with soft,
Voluptuous swell," and tho light's
"hone o'er fair women and brave men,"
and so forth, but on looking qrer tho
morning paper I find a full account,
oven to a synopsis of Governor Zulick's
toubliug remarks, so I refer you to
Phonix is growing rapidly, buildings
going up on every hand. Monihan is
Hitting up a large, three-story brick
business house, on tho lots where his
stable stood which was burned last
summer, and the city hall will be fin
ished. There was a very enjoyable
concert given on Monday evening, tin
dor tho direction of Prof. Schubenberg,
by home talent. Tho streets do not
seem so crowded as a fow months, or
oven weeks ago, partly owing to the
departure of tho most of tho Fifteenth
legislature and, more particularly, tho
lobby ; partly duo perhaps to Uio warm
weather, for I own, though tho native
Phenician will deny tho fact, tho
woAthor is growing warm.
Tho legislature has a lust adjourned
81H0 die. Whether uio acts passed
with barely a quorum in ono house,
and no pretense of ono in the other,
will stand or not nobody knows. Gov
ernor Wolfley seems to have overloo ked
several gentlemen in apportioning ttio
offices . who thought themselves called
there, too; but "such is life."
But tho roses rather an abrupt
chango of subject, isn't it? but tho
roses are overywhero, and thoy aro
lovely. Phonix might almost rival tho
famous "Vale of Cashmere," for a few
weeks at this season . Very fow have
monthly roses in their gardens, but all
have tho roses "that bloom in tho
Spring," and their fragrance is in tho
air so aro Uio flies. It would bo use
less tocomplitnent any ono by saying
am ni fitta nit liitit " If Wftltlil
IIIUU f VJ Sft UUO VII AW V V l
not lo believed. There's no ono in that
enviable position here ; not oven yours,
Phonix, April 11th, 1889.
May Day Picnic
According to previous announcement,
Uio committee to arrango for the May
Day picnic for tho litUo folks and their
friends met at the school houso last
evening, llr. i onllanu was called to
tho chair, and Uio following commit
tees appointed :
Selecting and preparing grounds
J. A. Guild and E. A. llogors.
Music B. H. Burmister and D.
Ico Cream Mrs. L. Wollonberg,
Mrs. Judgo Wright, Mrs. Dr. Kendal),
with K)wer to add to their numbers.
Amusements Mayor Howard, a. U.
Shekels, E. W. French, Misses Martin
Finance and Conveyances George
W. Sines, J. N. Bodonburg and J. C.
Committee to take charge of baskets
and grounds Mrs. Judgo Wright, Mrs.
S. E. Wilson, Mrs. Dr. McCandless.
Mooting then adjourned to meet next
Friday at same time and place, when
tho arrangements will bo thoroughly
One of tho most picturesque and
remarkable bodies of water in the
world is Henry's Lake in Idaho. It is
situated uu tho dome of the contincut
in a depression in the Kooky Mountains
called Targee's Pas-. It has an area of
forty square miles, and all around it
rises snow-capped peaks, some of them
being tho highest of tho continent's
backbone. In the lake is a floating
island about 300 feet in diameter. It
has for its basis a mat of roots so dense
that it supports largo trees and a heavy
growth of hndorbrush. Thuso roots
aro covered with several feet of rich
soil. Tho snrfiico is solid enough to
support tho woHjht of a horso anywhere,
and there aro places where a house
could bo built. The wind blows tho
island about tho lake, and it seldom re
mains twonty-four hours in tho same
There aro some things a level headed
human being should never do. Among
them is to walk on a railroad track,
attempt to get on a moving train, point
a gun or pistol at another, keep his
savings in an old stocking under the
lied, run for ofllco when ho has a pay
ing situation in private life, call a big
ger man than himself a liar, tell an
editor how to run a newspaper or wres
tle with a quart of whisky. Ex.
Tho Grand Lodge I. O O. F in ses
sion at Tucson, has elected the follow
ing officers : P. K. Hickoy, Phenix,
grand master; W. H. Throne, Prescott,
deputy grand master; David Colin,
Tombstono, graud waiden; D. A.
Bood, Phonix, graud secretary; J. J.
Hill, Tucson, grand treasurer; Wm.
Wilkerson. rrescott. J. S Mansllold,
Tucson, and B. II. Coylo, Phonix, trus
toes. Tho robbers who held up a train at
Canyon Diablo, ono month ago, have
boon captured. A telegram from
Knab, Utah, to the Atlantio A Pa
ilie company, signed by ShoriffO'Noill,
says: "Wo caught, ono on tho 1st in
stant, ono on the 2d instant, and two
on tho 4th." The sheriff and posse,
with prisoners, wero on their way to
Milford, Utah, a throe days' overland
ride. Albuquerque Democrat.
Tho dishing Geological survoying
party, who are now in Now Mexico, has
discovered the sito of a buried city,
south of Gallup. Ttio dobris of tho
ruinod pro-historic city oxtendsfora dis
tance of six miles, and gives evidence
that it contained a largo population.
The appointments mado by Colonel
Wollloy, now governor of Arizona, aro
good and tried men, thoroughly identi
tied with tho interests of Arizona. As
tho territory will 1h governed by repub
licans, wo cannot ask for a bettor class
ol oQlcers. Arizonau.
$60. -SIXTY l'0LLAltS.-$b0
A Sixty Dollar Sewiag Machine
and JOUUNAL-MINKlt 0a
Year, far TweatyTwo
In additiou to our liberal offer, found
elsewhere, lo club with other pajwrs
wo aro now prepared to offer tho
Wkkkly Jour.nal-Minkr ono year,
and a tirst-clas high-arm sowing ma
chino, warranted for live years, for tho
low price of $22. This tewing machine
has drop-leaf tablo of walnut, oil
polished, with patent drop-leaf support,
Gothic cover with veneered panels,
caso ol two drawers at each end of
table with locks, veneered fronts and
nickel plated drop ring handles. The
machine alono is equal to the best sixtv
dollar machine. A guarantee SLMiust
tho ordiuary weir and tear of the ma
chine for the term oT live yeais is also
given, and if any part gives out by rea
son of any defect, it wil bo renlaccd
roe of ohargo. The following attach
ments are furnished free with the ma
chine: one foot ham u er, one screw
driver, one wron h, one oil can and oil,
ono gauge, ono gauge tscrow, ono extra
throat plato, ono extra chook sprint:.
ono package of needles, six bobbins and
ono instruction book, also tho following
extra attachments: one tucker, one
foot miller, one set of plato heinmers
tivo dillerent widths, ono binder and
ono thread cutter.
a t .
A.iiiiougii our subscription price is
$-1 per year, wo have placed tho price of
tho Journal-Minkr and machine at tho
same figures offered by papers whose
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MiusuriiHiuu price is oiuy ?i.ou per
year. A number ol these machines are
in ui-o in Prescott, and give com pleto sat
isfaction. Orders should bo accompa
nied by tho cash in full. Old subscri
bers can have tho lienetlt of this offer,
Address all orders to J. C. Martin,
Burned In Effigy.
Special to the Joukkal-Minbr.
Pi i kmx, Ariz., April 13. Governor
Woltley has just received a dispatch
from Flagstaff, stating that ho was
burned inettigy last evening, on account
of his veto of Uio Coconino bill. Th
dispatch was signed, "A Democrat."
Judge Wright aud the attorneys,
who went to Kingman to attend court,
returned a day or two since, having
cleared tho dockot in about a
day. There was not a s uglo criminal
case on tho docket, while tho number of
civil cases only amounted to eight.
Neither a grand jury or a regular panel
of a trial jury wero drawn, a special
venire being issued for tho only caso or
two requiriug a jury. Tho entire term
did uot cost over $25.
A man named Henry Tackett was
accidentally shot last night in Uio Star
saloon. Tho ball entered tho left fide
just above the hip and came out
through the back, making a painful but
not dangerous wound. Dr. Holcombc
administered tho necessary surgical
aid. Tempo news. Wonder if this can
bo tho Henry Tackett late ot this
Ed. Wagonor, an o!d Arizonau, after
spending a number of mouths in Cali
fornia, returned yesterday to Prescott,
to remain here. He was accompanied
by T. A. Philips, an enterprising voting
mun from California, who has decided
to cast his lot in this section also.
Mrs. C. 0. Bean's health has become
worse again in Wasluugton, and the
family have loft Uio national capital in
consequenco thereof. Their pr-sont sui
tress is 57 Wall street, care North
American Exchange, Now York City.
What do you think of "Grandmother
Prescott" now, Brother Jones, of tho
Flagstaff Democrat? Take a run down
to the county seat and get acquainted
with our people, and you my perhaps
not speak so slurringly of them.
Ex-Territorial Senator Stewart, of
the almost Coconino county," is a
slaver. Ho was hrst on tho ground at
Phenix, anil atayod with Coconino until
it was blown sky high by a veto. His
tenacity is worthy of admiration .
Charles O'Malloy, a well known
former Proscott boy, is at present in
Los A ngeles, whero his Arizona "rust
ling" and business proclivities make
him rated as ono of tho coming com
mercial lights of that metropolis.
E. A. Clark, while playing base ball
this afternoon, undertook to stop a hot
ball, and sustained a very severe injury
to his right hand, splitting it open be
tween tho third and fourth fingers.
Mr. John Lawler, of the Hillside,
who is in San Francisco, under treat
ment of an oculist, writes to his friends
here that ho will ho in Proscott in about
This morniug my fiiond took the
opportunity (tho wind blowing from
tho south) to burn a largo lot of hair in
front of his tonsorial establishment
on Montezuma street, next to Ford's
cigar store. Tho fumes from this pilo
of hair knocked two men down in
front of Dan Thome's saloon, and stran
gled a pair of mules at Head's corner.
A gentleman on Uio road to Whipple
thought there was an epidemic in
town, aud a general fumigation tak
ing place. Another thought it was the
stench from the dead things of the lfith
Legislature. And tho man who said
that it was tho fumes of Ford's cigars
has no r gard for tho truth, and his
chance for wearing a "golden crown"
in tho bright shining hereafter is lim
ited to a very narrow detilo. Geo. Win-
dom Wannamaker Forth
The following is a list of letters remain
ing in Uio post-office at Prescott, Ari
zona, uncalled for April 11, 1SS9:
Allen, Miss Annie
Gibson, Mrs Buth
Allen, J A
Jeffrey, C H
Nealo, J B
Kobeson dc Perry
Clayborno, S C
Clcarwators, D W
Doylo, W F 2
Donton, S S
Emory, O H
Everly, Mrs E G
P)oase call for "Advertised" letters.
A. J. Hkad, P. M.
ODS, FIRST INVOICE
In J erseys.
An Immense Line of Parasols.
Plain and Fancy Hose.
Gloves anil Mitts of all Kinds.
Ladies' Silk and
Fanoy Lawns; 20-yards for
A Few Handsome Dress Pat
New Goods to Arrive Daily
0!f Orauinr HvatrM ! M rtaory Tralala.
Far Hscika I,nrac la me reauMa.
Miml Hrun.lnrlaa J
llroat tihttuvincuU to OomviMtxionco cIum
Pi.Mo'a Curo fbr Con-
sumption la iUso Uio best
If you havo a Cough
without disease of tho
Lungs, a fow dosoa aro all
you need. But If you ne
glect Uils easy means of
afoty. Uio Blight Cough
may boeonio a aorloifii
matter, and sovoral bot
tles will bo required.
Our little Rlrl when bnt three tvrcks oM brofca ont
Wlthccxcinx Wc ttktl Uio prrscrlptlim from kv
oral cwd doclurn, but wiUiuut niiy i:til bearflt.
"o tried S. S. S.,nnd by tho tlmo one bottle was
Rone, her brad bejin to heal, and by the tlmo ha
had taken elx bottles !lO etwnJetely enrvd.
or ho hns a full and heavy head of hair a
mv dntv to makd '.
iftc h llll 1 -Uo I
niim.u iicaitny cftilil. I reel u i" r
UiU utatitnetit. II. T. SII01IK,
M..n.Wor.r n.i-...nl.l and Skin llku,
and Advlco to Suffcreni, malted frvv. t
Ilia Swift Si-ccinc Ce.. Drawer 3, Atlanta, Oa,
rMwtwctitj, nith Opinion of llr. 'm. . Han.
M. & .,Vhrl lr;for " f'nti.t.
HO, TO THE FRON
Low Prices and
uwiaff t tfce LOW PRICES
tM Lam aaaaat of ftfWins Wit
" - '
Of An1 Other House in Yavapai Goam
O TO SPECIALTIES
.Are Sapplics for -the
Aiy Article Needed at heme
FORD ft BURMISTER.
No Delay; and Money and Time Sared,
J. Q. aDaMSOX.
. I'ROrUlKtOJW OK
THE TRAGIC MARKET
. Two Doom K
Wholesale andJteUir'IVmiffp la l! Ms4a a
Fresh ; ajitiSaltlfeat
Chtioe Corned Bfftnd Pork a Specialty.
Sausages of All Kinds.
Paid for Fat
Meata deliver la ail part ot the Olih aad
UIVJURTTHIITC X2T FUSTS,
GOLD AND SILVER WATOHE!
Is Kopt at
George H. Gurry's Jewelry Store.
Nowhere in Arizona can you
In addition to my fine line
stock ot UunB, Pistols, Cartndi'es, (iartz Glasses and
passes, and bporting Goods geuorally to bo found m rrescott
Also, I carry a beautiful line of Pluth Goods, Dolls. Wa?J
ons, Toys, Vases and Fancy Goods enorally. i
ttFine Watch repairing, clock repairing and jewelry rv
pairing done at my storo; All work is done under my periol
supervision, and satisfcctton guaranteed.
KELLY & STEP
GOLDEN RULE STORE,
Hata Uu LarsMiaad Mont UarmU; Parefaiuiod Klik
Gupliti stock if thi Fmous
; Lini Giods, Pacific
.ND AN KNDLKSS
BUCKINGHAM HECT'S UNRIVALKD MANUFACTURE
we nave, made eiiibbiiiK arrangements with th lhllaieiplila Wwk lV.oa at
beit weofcly paper publUhd In tho United iate,and ar prepnroa. In a.MIUou to pr'
otTera to club with PacMo Coast papor, to olTor tbo followliic for cash In aac. 1
Wxkbxt Jouknal-Mixhk nd PliUa lelphla v ekly Pre, one voar. .54 a-
JouHNAL-MiKKKKml Hun Frnnc!noo wik y Cull, i.no v.r .". .. 3-
Journal-Mi . kmi! san KraticlKcn Wefk'y Chronlole.nnn r i I
JouuwAL-MiKKK iuiOIowII and Vt , ...
JouaitAi.-MiNKuand Chronlole anu rrf-........M.. - 00
ta lira or uireo orueia roooivea at llir sumo lime, ue uittiinnled ny os.fc,( hjk-
ont to different poitofttcos) 11 reduction of 3ckhin f nra ao rs.tos on oah ...a.r
On four to lx ordem arednctlrK. on e.vdi order of 50 cunU wilt bo m.il
On oTer alx rmieiM n reduction tn f. cuts m otioti rli'-.
Wlier mote than one orderls .env a.,'x tiaio they iuay conuls- of .llrrei
Tii above rate will apply to o il nnlitter o alt imlT'a menia In ui
TllO JOCKKAT..MINKR Is thooiTteliil ..suf r nf Vmm' ni n.uintv 1111. 1 ihi'
ver011en and by everrouo huvli K property in'w n tb-omniy.
r,fl,u'" ' " Pper aiototlol.e.t 10 In ej.temf.ri it oirculntton
"""""cca mny ue nittue oy unUl. leCK,
b" currency ont In roglatered letter ta ST9 O. IVXV XlXIVT ,
. Kdltorand Manner Jouks.iMinuk, treo.U, Nr..
Good Goods Tel!
at wkica we are SffiLtlXfi. aad i
niir v iEni.Miru 11
ja Aavi v r, WW' smVc Urn
S T , C3-0 0 XD
or lavapai f rimtv. ?
can be tviA at tk Stere af BAS7!I
5. Q. STt'HK"i
Fort Whlpala Pme of Citarg.
A DAMSON A STSZ'HKNH.
Gold Jewelry a
Spectacles Etc., Etcll
get these srooals in such vavioi A
of Jewelry, 1 carry the tari
GEO. H. CURRY, Prescott.
Ortgtn Cassiain Gletbins. liialei.
Ciast Flannel Unhrwi ar,
Boots and Shoes. !
BlBaarauaMtabU.kaantta Artaaaavi t
Ht.uftv ouirr rtw, Kjro t n.