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ARIZONA JO luux AL-HiK Kit
LEGISLATIVE DOINGS!
Iff Otr ki Mere Git Dswa to BbsIhks
Otter flwly Topics.
Pmrxix. Jan. 21. One of the most
UiUer fights (hat has erer oeowrred
in the organisation of an Ariaoa
legislature, closed this afternoon by
the ejection of J. H. Carpenter, of
Yuma, as speaker.
Three days ago three candidates
appeared hi the field for the posi
tion and an active canvass was
inaugurated bj them aud their
friends. The candidates woro Porry
Wildmau. a well kno.vn merchant of
Tempe, Dr. A. C. Wright, of Cochise
county, and J. H. Carpenter, of
Yam.
The fight waged with varying
success on Saturday, aud at night
the Wiidmau and Carpouter
forces united cm the former, aud
both sides claimed to hold the
balance of power.
Sunday morning word was sent to
all the republican members that a
caucus would be held this morning
at nine o'clock. The call was issued
by the Wildmau side of the house,
and promptly at the time named,
ten men, who were supporters of
Dr. Wright, appeared ready to cau
aus, while the callers of it failed to
materialise. The formality of a
fnMi ormmizxtiott was srouo
through with, and Dr." Wright was
named as the caucus nomiueo for
speaker.
The Wildmau adherents refusing
to enter the caucus, after having
called it, of course, did liot feel
bound by it. Wildmau was tbeu
pulled down and Carpenter substi
tuted. The democrats refused to
make a nomination. Four of them
cast tboir votes for Carpenter and
two for Wright. The member from
Cochise, although present at the
caucus, doser-ed the Wright ranks,
resulting in the election of Car
penter by the following vote:
For Carpenter. Crosbv, Green
law, Fish, Marshall, Hinton, Wild
man, Wright, Peterson, Samaniego,
Bernard, FinW?y. Moore 12.
For Wright Barnes, Brown, Mar
tin, Gaddis. Cu aim Lugs, Herrick,
Oaanowith. Baker, Carpenter, Hunt,
Skinner. 11.
From the above it will be seen
that one member from Apache, two
from Yarapai and the member from
Mohave stood together to the last
in the interest of the candidate
from Cochise, aud went down wil h
him, but with colors flying.
Lawyers, doctors, preachers, re
publican politicians and democratic
politicians, big riffed guu politi
cians and a whole lot of smooth
bo and small calibre politicians
wvre drawn into the fray, and oscite
mntt ran high from Friday noon
uu ii the hour of assembling to-
dv. .As soon, however, as the elee-
UMi af a speaker was over and the
immediate after results, which are
uiirariy termed "chewing the rag,"
bid been indulged in for a while,
t u- political Htmuspheru commenced
o ciear agdu, and this evening it
-'t'Uis all senne, and iu a few days
i nt j.-.i.i. t. i t i
iut- ooniuoi, wiu.iiu uuuuu we loobuu
nptm as a sort of a "tempest in tea
jx-t affair. It is, at least, to be
hopod that such will be the case,
an i that the bttteruees engendered
may prove temporary, and will not
interfere wth legislation, as the
question- of good legislation is
paramount to the success or defeat
of any to preside over the
iovrnr bouse.
?tar the adjournment of the
da 's Stisiou, a caucus attended by
a!-i republicans, was held, at which
C iX Koppy, o'f Prescott, was eloutod
for ehief clork. Although he has
not yet arrived, his friends did not
overlook his interests in his ab
wiiee.
To the council, a joint committoo
fr .n both parties was selected to
dde upon a division of the offices,
m aoeount of the tie. politically, in
. that body, and A. J.Doraueouncil-min-at-lnrge,
and a veteran law
mmkarj was elected president of the
council and Ghas. Hoff, a veteran
democrat, of Tucson, was oluctod
chief olork.
The absentees in the council were
f...es, of Yavapai, and Babbitt, of
Coconino, and in tho house, Hull, of
Yefapai, all of whom are supposed
to bfr tied up by washouts some
piece between Prescott and Phenis.
The speakership contest has so
overshadowed all other quostions
fiuza the members commenced to
arrive, tnat, as yet, but little intima
tion has been given out of an
intended legislation.
The formation of two now coun
ting will be asked for, without any
doubt, one in the southern part of
the territory and one in the nor thorn
part. There will be an effort mado
revise the mining laws of tho
fitory by the adoption of a code
st&jilar to the Coionulo law.
it 5s looked upon as a significant
fart that there is not a single attor
ney iu the bouse, whilo in the coun
cil there are three- Tho occupa
tions and professions of tho members
of the house, as far as known to tho
writer, are as follows, four being
"Huown: Stock men, farmers, mer
chants, four each; miners and black-
sButus, two each; butcher, physician,
lumberman and editor, one each.
Present indications, judging from
v&rteus expressions .of opinion, are
that the session will be marked by a
dr tar mined effort to maintain the
Wiotest economy in public expendi
Instead of maintaining a
-aber of commissions of various
Is. and fte or six boards of man
jwnt for various institutions, it
ts talked of attempting to abolish
tha-ail, and of creating one board
of ' Odtrnl for all, the board to be
3nptMd of territorial officials,
triva secretary. Instead of paving
ai:itge, as at present, the bifj, if
p.s9d. will provide for the payment
of eiiial neoeasarr expenses only
f'r Kedtbers visiting any of tho j
JostUutJoes or white attending sea -maw
of the board. It is claimed
tht -in these items alone from
$11000 to $16,000 annually can bo
f to the taxpayers of the terri-f-5f7,
while the service to them can
improved on over the present
' aod. J. C. M.
!kr eland's concern for the edi
tion of Hawaii with the United
tgr by means of a cable uuder
; tish oamtnatton i& touching.
& is reported on the authority of
luirman Springer that President
-veiand and Secretary Carlisle
d hope to unite the democrats of
different financial fauuHis in
port of a compromise rarrec3'
THE SOLACING WEED.
CtrtlU 3Ia Take to T4ioco iu a toTel
Abev Uia Lower Animal.
In tiie oeinlou of abont four iu ovury
five wen Ute NMiitlal differeuce between
man and the inferior animate is that
man smokes tobaooo. OcoaaionaUyapre
oodoes monkey has been taught to
drink beer hihI smoke a pipe Old Tom
in tho London aoo, for instance but
tliis only emphasise tho exclusive ha
iBanneaB of smoking. The monkey i.i
nearest kin to man aud is in fall prog
reas toward the houiKH state. As the
ultra temncrauoe lecturers affirm, "A
dog wouldn't smoke the vile WMi"
No other animal than superior man ami
the anthropoid ape will smoke. Perhaps
in the civilised white world quo man in
Ave is the ietim of some defect that
disqualifies him for smoking. The de
fect may be a tendency to a cancerous
growth, or it may be a wife or a mother-ia-lnw.
The remaining four are in tha
fall enjoyment of alt their faculties
and the right to pursue happiness
through a olocd of tobacco smoke.
Lack of opportunity to smoke is with
out doubt the mot affliotivo evil undor
whieli a majority of mon suffer. A
large proportion of men aro oniployod
in offloes, stores and shops where rales
against smoking are rigidly enforced.
This is entirely proper. No superior
smoker ever smokes whilo working. To
do that is to debase the luxury and to
take off the keen edge of tho pleasure.
It is intemperance and dissipation. Tho
most expert wino tasters never drink to
excess, but find that in moderation only
does the palate retain its power to de
tect the delicate flavor. So with smok
ing. At night, after a few pipes or el
Ears have dulled tho edge of appetite, it
is allowable to smoke half a doseuwith
somo violonco to stimulato a jaded pal
ate, but at other times pleasure goo?
with moderation. To smoke after a meal
is tho imporative demand of the wholo
system. Not to be able to do this is to
inour endless disorders of the nervous
system, tho stomach and tho entire di
gestive apparatus and somotimos to in
vite progressive decay of tho monta
faculties. Thoro is ho batter preparation
for a day's work for tho smoker than a
pipe or cigar after break fast Now
York Advortisor.
BRASS SIGNS IN NEW YORK.
rrobaily Hair a Million Dollars InvetA
In This Sort or Ornamentation.
A stroll along Broadway oarly in tht
morning discloses an army of men en
gaged in polishing the brass signs that
flank the entrance of the stores, and tho
BTjeao sight may be noted on Sixth ave
nue or any of thovOther principal busi
ness streets. 'Walk down ouo of those
thoroughfares an hour later, and tho
rays of the sun, rolioctod from thou
sands of burnished surfaces, made bright
for the day by vigorous rubbing, dance
about you and daszleyour eyes. In fact,
commoroial Now York is a oiry of brass
signs.
The other day a South Fifth avenue
maker was asked if ho could give an es
timate of the amount of money invested
in these "standing ads." of motaL
"WelL" ho replied, "a door sign of
brass costs from $25 to $ ISO, according
to its size, lettering and bonier designs.
Of course you can get small office signs
for less monoy, but I am speaking of
those used by merchants, bonkers and
that class of people. Take some Isrgo
stores, and you will notice thoy are lit
erally bordered with brass signs at the
entrances and long signs beneath the big
show windows. A display of that sort
represents an outlay of from anywhere
between $500 and 2,000. From tho lo
cal business our Arm docs and from a
general knowledge of how our rivals aro
getting on, I have no hesitancy in Ray
ing that commercial Now York city has
$500,000 invested in brass signs."
Now York World.
Honttpowcr at the World Engines.
A steam "horsepower" is equivalent
to tho aatual strength of three horses of
tho average weight and size, mid oach
horse represents tho strength of sovon
men of tho avcrace weight of 151
pounds. -Tho total horsepower of tho en
gines of therworid (not including loco
motives, of which there aro 105,000, with
a total horsepower of S, 000, 000) is 46,-
000,000, which represents all the force
that could bo exerted by J, 000, 000, 000
men, or more than twice tho total work
ing population of tho entire globe. Four
ilfths of tho power machines now in ac
tive service have boon mado during tho
oast 25 years. This country has tho
highest amount of horsepower, 7,500,-
000; England comes second, with 7,000,
000; Germany third, 4,500,000, only
two other countries, France and Aus
tria-Hungary, having engines represent
ing over 1,000,000 horsepower, that of
Franco being reckoned at 3,000,000 and
Austria-Huncary at 1.500,000. Tho
above figures aro for 1891 and are tho
very latest on that subject -St. Louis
Republic.
Tho Inventor of the Torpedo.
Mr. Brcnnan, tho Inventor of tho tor
pedo, commenced lifo as a watchmaker
in Australia and at once developed a
genius for invontion. From first to last
this torpedo, which has proved so prof
itable to him, cost him 18 years of hard
work. Tho torpedo was sold to tho Brit
ish government for $150,000, and to in
sure the secret of tho mechanism being
kopt each portion of this fearful engine
of destruction is mode in a different
shop, tho workmen aro searched on en
tering and loaving tho building, and
Mr. Brennon and his partner are tho
only persons who fix the torpedo togeth
er ready for working. London uloba
Much Improved.
From tho report of a missionary tc
Afrioa:
"jfy congregation refuse to give up
cannibab'sm, but I havo succeeded in sc
far improving thoir tastes that thoy now
eat with knives and forks." Heading
(Pa.) Tologram.
Tho word Minneapolis is a compound
of on Indian word meaning curling wa
ter and a Greek word meaning city.
Living lMclure.
Ladies whose garments ana cos
tumes are interlined with Fibre
Chamois. For jPuff Sleeve purposes
it is superior to anything yet pro
duced. Tho fashionablo Modistes
of all cities aro using Fibre Chamois.
How to use it in any part of a
garment that requires nupport to
keep it in shape and Fou
Cut the Fibre Chamois jus . in
size of tho Fabric and sow it bo-
tweon tho lining and the dress
material, in tho seams with outside
fibric You will find that you can
pleat it the same as any cloth aud
sew in a sleeve on the machico.
After tho garment is finished no
amount of crushing can prevent tho
sieove or stein irom Doing suaaon
out to its original shape.
No more broken crinoline to con
tend with if you use Fibre Chamois
For sale by M. Goldwater & Bros
Washing Wanted.
Mrs. Ginridge, back of the Wil
liams House, will wash flannels at
reasonable prices. Givo her your
patronage and aid a desarving but
poor woman who needs work. 7G-tf
mel has mm.
OpentRo up of All Throu0kfar Again
AMd Present
Trains am again on the mora .aid -I
eveii tag ara ready for buafttens.
A peculmr feature uf tt Aria ma'
stottn is that matter how tiwtwly
it rains or violently u snows, forty
eight hours afterwarva, tUa oouulry
begins to assuui it uut dry aspect.
Mien is me siuw oi aeairs tu j
and those who ha e been wwfcwrj
uouiki in m vht iuroww
in
aud inow wLus4 tMteiaeatf onli tnem
to tho minus, are already on the
move for thoir destination.
A train for the south tenve to
inonow morning at the iteual hour
aud carried the following named
nassebers who eo Ut I'heuts: J. II.
Helm, Kobert E. Morrison, J. li.
.Morrison, 1. D. Barn hart, L. B. Si .
Jaumo, E. J. Babbtm U. W. Hull,
C. W. Cuher ami wife, C. D. Keppy.
M. KowMiborv, S. M. Culum, 4. K.
tViltfon, K. 1L Cameron, J. Da reel I.
The ruad to the north i said to
bt in very good condition ami a
train arrived this afternoon at $.
Telegraphic advisee from other
points state thai tin work of ro
panug tracks and opening up roads
is being prosecuted at a hvoly rate,
and trains will again be running on.
regular time before the end of tho
week.
- The Black canyon stage is also hi
the processio . and will carry mail
aud passengers with its accustomed
regularity, all stream on that route
beiug fordnbk.
The Castle creek route mil also
start its regular stage south Fri
day morning, opening up commitoi
oatiou to Walnut Grove and other
point for the first time iu 10 days.
Many mining men are in Prosootl
at present to look at various claim
and wilt start out to the district hi
a day or so.
The many wagon roods leading
to this city are rejorted i i n
damaged condition aud consider
able money will have to be expended
to make them passable for vehicles.
He ports coming in from every
nook aud corner of the county have
the usual ring of plenty of wner,
and gulches that for a hundred
years 13. C. have been dry layouts,
are now said to be living streams.
Cattlemen are jubilant over hnoe
hig gras this summer, while dry
washing machines, of whioh there
are mnuy, are laid aside, and the old
time gold pan is being polished up.
Tho miner and the fannor have
grown hoaro in praying for raiw,
and now that it is to be had hi oror
abundance, considerable character
istic kicking is being indulged ia
because some damage has resulted.
It is hard to sntify overybody.
Sevoral of our business men com
plained of dull times and in the
same breath hoped it would rain.
Busiuess ought to pick up anway,
MOW.
Dry ranchers havo been kuooked
out and think of leaving. They
had better stay hero aud dig irriga
ting ditches.
Thumb Butte is said to have es
caped injury and so did tho prize
box well on goose flat.
Our various officials fool chagrined
that that they had no jurisdiction
oror tho elements in the oollcctiou
of a big fee. for dnmagos sustained
whilo the chain gang even got in its
tvork in complaining of bad luck
and no pay.
To-day tho weather is simply
ethereal" and the hum of tho fo&iivo
fly is heaid sounding spnugtime
f rom a week ago t no scene lias
changed, and as tho Hassayamper
mingles, with tho tenderfoot and
recites the doings of tho big storm
each becomes dry, and of courso
enthusiastic. Take one with mo.
Thero is water everywhere aud
if the initios do not pan out from
now on, it will certainly not be from
lackof watpr.
The different streots iu Prosuolt
look as is they ought to bo graded
over again. Another raiu will level
them down if we wait long enough,
judging by the past.
Tho county i3 safo at anv rate,
with tho possible exception of Woet
Prescott, which is still soft, although
it is not as yet "out of sight."
Takon all together tho county
should prosper and if tho dreams of
enthusiastic admirers are not real
ized on this year, wo will simply
havo to wait until the tima comos
for thai rong oxpected boom that
has t-:i plase nnmtaJy "next
spring.
KEI.LV 8TKPIIKN8.
We aro Billing oe"7 othino,
FCRNISHINO QO0DS, BOOTS AND SHOES lit
lower prices than ovor before knowu
in Arizona.
Wb havo just received an im
mense stock of goods bought in tho.
eastern market at pauic pricos and
intend giving our customers ;ho
benefit of our bargains.
Our specialtv is a stiong, service
able suit of clothos at from S7.00 to
$7.f)0.
Wo carry tho lnrgast and most
completo stock of gent's clothing,
furiushiug goods, boots and shos
of any house iu Northern or Central
Arizona and can and will sail at
lower prices than at: r o. house.
Ifyu, i uro before
pricing our gOvxJs ton win nlwavs
wish you hadn't tf
A 3eir Fad.
Have your likeness photographed
on your wntoh cap or dial. This is
the latest and most beautiful fad.
Photos also taken on aluminum
plaques. Call at Ed. Pentland's,
next door to tho Bank of Arizona.
and see samples, aud loavo your
order. tf
9SO Ketraril.
Tho aboyo roivnrd will bo paid for
tho return of tho wntoh stolen from
tho undersigned on tho night of
December 10.
d22tf Robt. E. MbnmsoNr.
i .
A bunch of koys, fivo or six in
number, including a poslofiico ko.
m. t 1 il T i a. "
The finder will
pier
1SU
return them
to this olb'co
d2Gtf
C. K. MA11TINDKM.,
The Pionoor Insuranco Agont, reo-
rcsonts tho strongest and most ro
table Firo Insuranco Companies in
the Unitod States. Tho aggroirato
assets over $10,000,000
3
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Dyeing Works
rOUTiisnm ok plaza,
Hqu'$ Ciothos Gleaned
Dvccl mid Kopwired.
ladies' Droits, Shawls
OlaakH, Curtnios and nil
Woolen Uowls Gloanod
and 1yd.
g0f9O of Kiwphtt for
- rom tb hqYAL
Tailors , Chicago.
U. C. WILLIAMS
DK. GIBBON'S
Dispensary,
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lk Territory.
HUGO RICHARDS President
E. W. WELLS VicoPrceidont
W. R. HAZELTINE Cashier
3d. B. HAZELTINRAss't Cashier
DII1ECTOIIS.
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UidUw4C4 NEW iOUK
General Banking i:usinc&; Transacted
I IL KTS atxi Td)oirrattiSa Mzehaon' on all th
U irtaip&laittnt tka United btstca bauh
ST Escrow papers takon caro of
without charge.
F. M. VtmrHr. PWfVnt.
M. ou)wati3:. M(-lrmW ut. tHr
It. (. Wood soft. t'ehler.
NATIONAL
iBA-jSTTC.
CAPITAL, $100,0000.
D1KECTOUS:
F. M.
Mnrphy, Morris Goldwntcr. W. O.
HwUiford, rt. ti, Fredericks. It. O. Woodrnff.
Darter il. rorrv. of V. 51. icrrv & Co.
becdsiuen, Detroit, alien. J. Ij. Fisher.
Transacts a General Banking bu.
noss Loan.i mado at reasonable
rates. Drafts on nil the rrineinal
cities of tho Unitod Slates and for-
eign countries, jdonoysont oy toie
uraph; cold dust and bullion bought
M bicuest maruet rates. Escrow vz-
pos tasen earn oi witnout charge.
ALL TTavelolaaro hereby notJCwl
Uiat after Jolj-l.lHU.
-A. IN"ew Stajxe Ime !
Will bo ran betweoa
Phonis, Black Cauyon'and Proscott
This lino will make the qnlckwt timo
nml yetciro paoneni eight hoars
reet on tho road during tho night.
"Leavo Prescott at 8 a. m. Tues.
day, Thursday and Saturday.
W. J. JITJLVENON, Agent
TIIE PATENT CARBON WICK.
I It bnrn a wholo ypar trithont trirnmine: it
PATP8-JU per cent, ototl; beala puf and almost
eqnaia riectrictiy. 'ino eamo carlmu nwxl in
electric lichta Is worked into tlio wick. Wlmn
tho wick la lighted tho particles of carbon bo-
come Intensely heaUxi. making a more completo ;
combnfitiou of Uio oil. giving tho clear wlxito
light of tho electric carbon and tho broad mooth
name so comfortablo to tho 0708 while reading
or eewing. u. w. raAar, Agent.
Notice.
The Bilnsr Plum mine, in tho Tiger district,
will not I o recDonsibio for any dobta contracted
whilo working under lease.
a. a Arimintfttratar.
'ANSY PILLS?
SFt AND SURE. SEMO 4cFSRXQMAV3 SATE
(ilea
I TO
1$
1 1
ic Bank of Arizona,
PRESCOTT
BLACK
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W. W. ROSS, rropriotor.
The PurcstCSrado of
illodlcinos ami Drugs
Always on Hand at
Reasonable Prices.
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Um iHibiw t my al
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In JUl uriWn Aitd faipiwa
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f i krt -nf i. iiukuf . ltmapHt-
a uirew w iko
CORNER DRUtr STORK,
M
Y Profent buniiiess hi chiefly
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
GOODS and tPRICES aro well
matiKl.
BRISLEY!!
The Druggist,
HOTEL - BCRKE - BUILDING
SHERMAN
HOUSE.
tl. iH'HUKUJf AK,
Proprietor.
Tiie illiiier's Home!
.... R ATJ&S ....
W iinJ Ukki w M, 45.0C
Urn Meals k ....
$1.00
TLrco Square Eoels a Day
LAUGH AXI) AIHV ROOMS,
Vllite . jElp . OjiIv.
This spneo
is resjvod for
MRS. R. R. BLAINE'S
Advertisement,
whioh will appear
in a fow days.
i
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........
JPKIilSGOTT
WhoiessOs uul Ilctail DojUAratD
Lum6r, Shingles
-AND-
BUILDING MAT33RIAT
Of Evory Driptlon,
We keop a full lino of Jali
fornia Redwood Finishinf; Luni
bor. Also, Redwood Shinnies
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mould?
tins.
etc.,
etc.
AOEX0Y OP
Arizona lumber nnd Timber Company
FLAGSTAFF, AlttKONA.
l'ard on Eaet Kldo of iho llia."nnt in Unt.i.
waUir's toro.
Prescott Lumber Co.
J.P.
DIILON,
dealhi in
Pine Cigars,
Tobacco,
Pipes, Etc. Etc
Fruit, Confectionery, Notions
Ag-ent for thc tVlm-ated Mahcr &
uroscii untiery.
I'resh Fruits Kept Constantly
m otocK. ,
L
$3' SHOE
WOSQUCAXINi
45. CORDOVAN,
$3,.5PP0UCE.a Soles.
LADIES
SENO FOR CATALOGUE
V'L'DOUGLAS,
BROCXTOILMA33.
Ve cab Y0 woopr br purcbaMu W. I.
Because, ire are th' ' ,.t nianufctarr r of
the value by jumping the name ml prk oti
tt bottma, waicn protrtU eiipjt yt
nrUesnudlhe bOM1cH $ proflti. 0rhc
iviual cuttora rroric. in ityle, tfcty imlug aa
vralHns qalitl. e tbrm soW ewy-
iiye:'.rwfc TiW x tubHe. Tfyear
reaU: .c.-t wsi Jdty
CtEO. s. porteh,
Santa Fe.
Prescott & iheiiix
Railway Co.
I'HKSCOTT DIVISION.
T23VD23 TAJ3LE
fjrTakl&K Pffoct 8nlar NuTeaibsr 4. 13l, at
ISmb ft. m.
MwkaIii timo ! taianl bwxI. 1'rcTUm
TlaieTU5fB nt TokL
5C0
at
131 I m
LT....VHHiwt...AKlSp iklTp
i ltd ....ltek HuU lUte klS
! V i'rilI 11. W l
t i ) iMltto il Ml
jkll . Jo4iufIJe... Kfc
t fcw 'AK....PKot....LTi feaajU aia
SODTI1 EXTENSION.
IsefiVot Jan. 12.
?:1A
sat
fcta
lfcl!
.....Mkull VUjr.-.. ISie
...... KirkW. -IMA
OnuMl Vkw....,U:i
IIUUW......Ud
Co ttuatrood .... ,14(10
MartiwH. !Mfl
CoairreM OtoCO
7 66 r
ttlS
lies
1M
nm
1:W
HaroQ Hala, ... i &K
i,
1U i&lt
11 jrl
......Woluwlmrg. ..
. ...... Valtan
Ar.Ilot apr'tf J. Lt
1M
iil
Trains 103 and 104 ran dally and wako
oliwo eonneot4onE at Ash Fork with train
nnd 4 on A, A 1. liailrond.
Trains 191 and l! conafot Ash Fork
with trains 1 and on A. A 1. Itailnwwl.
Tral fin &nd "S31 ran daftr afid ruBMet at
Omictmm witlkMAffe Hararryiir D. 8. mnU U
aad I rm fetaaum, laraou. WkkBbrg,
Val,
tare, v tuarweo.i u rHAfcix.
O. W. VAUGHN,
Vic President nnd Gcu'I. Hdxtnagar.
It 11. COLEMAN,
Sttrhitndiit.
V. A. 11KALY,
OenetHl I'amaayar Acc-nt.
Atlantic 4 PaciDe fciihuad Compmy
(Wbstk&x Dtnnics.)
(A. F. Walker, Ja J. JcOk. Jot)k a
Conileiised Time Table No. 39,
k Effcet Sashay, Nirnler 4, IS9L
WBTWAttft.!
No. ajKo. ij
HTAT103S.
I No. ?i 1.
W-OtklfeOpl v.
7.jl0:10i
HtQi SgS41it
.Ka&s&fi Cltr..-.
at
...Iwnve-
.La JaaU
.AlbaeHerqao..
VMo 4c49a
lkSta Cp
aip; (10a
3, 1.91a
SJdn MfclW WaaaW,
XMa 10608a; UaUMD .
5JOtil2iiaj .. .Xavaju Hpr iags. .h&Wp lflelSii
1AU!
. Uollint ak...
....WiskJir. ...
...Fkujrtaff......
William...
...Ann Turk..
....BJienan.. ..
.. ..Ktntfraan ...
3:top;
laQ1 &10p
3:3fc; ScCOp
lfa 1&Od
:p4
mm
USplStlSa
4:10k
llX30i tklia.
IJlako.,
..!Ui.nllU....
Darcett
',tp- 6)19a
RilOp 3l0a
2Un ViiSl.
ar....liarator..
.lrr iSSp 15:10a
. MoJare........
00d
...lxs Asirlfla....
...Un Diotfo......
. .San 'ranenou. . ..
7:1 Jai bCTp
livory day but banda;.
Tl Grand Onion ftha Colorado, the
lOatKBhlil&aitf Natnrn'a wnrlr nn mtiI,
IndffccrttoWi. can wt.ily be reached Tia Flaiprtaai
Wilnamit or Peach Sprint on thi road.
aS" T the Natnral llridge of Arizona, ( t
S' Montsnma'a Well yon can Journey m
directly bf thiaroate.
Otaerre tn ancient Indian clnliritior
of Lftrana.or of A coma, "Tho City oft t
8ky.
Visit tho Petrifiad Forcttt near Carir
Bod antl Marml at tim f rnik nf C'jin
DUWo. '
Take a huntlnc trin In tho macniiiamt
ninoforcufa of tho Han Franetm nmnn.
tain. .Vind interest in the Rnlna of tlx) Prehis
toric Caw ami U1R Dwollets.
YiftT tho lonccsl rantilpir Rrlilirrt in
America, acrota tl-a Colorado lliror.
a. 8. VANSYLHE,
Gen. Arnt.
Albutinorqoc, X. H.
W.A.BIS3Er.L.
Gen. l'r-c-. At.
San Francisco, Cal. and
aiuaqncrqne.K. ai.
XL GABEL. General Bnperintendont,
AlDOQUKI'.QOK, N. M
United Verde and Pacific
TIME TABLE
i
WSTWAHD
I
Mixed Daily.
7j:7am
8.40
0.30
10.15
STATIONS.
EASTWARD
ilixed"baily
l.T.Jeromp-Ar
...lform Shoe...
....Bonunit. ....
Ar Jerome Jc.Lv
l.Stf I'M
12.35
11.45 AM
11.00
Trains connictat .turomn Junction irith rl.tllv
trains irom rrwooiianu Asn tors an ;s. r
P.lalway.
JOSEPH L. GIKOUX.
Vico President and Gon'l Manager.
JOHN 3RUKNS.
Saporintcndeni.
W. E. MELLEN,
Gcnernl FasseBgor Aent.
On tho EUltOPltAN PLAN.
JOHN S. KOSS, - Proprietor.
bensou.
THE SAZERAC
SALOON and RESAUEANT
Under tho Management of JNO. S.JKOS3
The Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Billiard Parlor and Prlrato Clnb Rooms.
Open Day and Night.
BRINKMEYER'S
HOTEL !
IMONTEZUMA 8T11EET, PKESCOTT,
HENRY BR1NK5IEYER, - - - Proprietor
Centrally Located Near tfco Plasa.
Good Rooms Comfortably lurnisbr
Table Suopliotl with tho Best
tho Market Affords.
PRICES: REASONABLE;
EBBakory Attached to Hotol.
Bread Delivered to all Parts of City,
Pies anU CaKes Always on Hand,
W
! A.
B
tie
ma
VSR
10 v
25d5
i fclftai
Hi
Company
Ill
Hote
BlRoomsAH Newly Fiiritis!n?tl. Tabic
Supplioil with tlieliest thc Market
Affords. 03-stcM, Fish and Game in
COOK
RELIABLE
Diaiiio
Send to us for anything' wanted in onr
Line. We will give you a Square Deal.
Our Watch Kepairingr, Jobbingr and
Engraving is always the lest. and is
Guaranteed Every Time.
Cook & Ml, f afcWeis, Jewelers, Etpves.
PRESCOTT,' ARIZOIVA.
a"Offioial Watch Inspectors S. F.t P. & P. Kt.
Prescott
Express
.l2X
E. E. GREGORY, Proprietor.
' Saceewor to W. J. MolTanon.
Freight, Baggage and Passengers Hauled
to and From the Depot and Around the
City with PROMPTNESS and DISPATCH.
Moving of Safes, Pianos and Eine
Furniture a Specialty.
Oaf-Bus to and from all Trains. jSSfirOffico at JAKE MARKS.
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA
OVEEOOATS
; ; W AIL C0L0KS AND qjjR IITIBS
-Now Opened. Up
FOR YODR OBSERVATION AND APFRflriL.
OlxLaahillaS)
Kerseys
IN ALL SIZES,
FBOM $6.00 TO $25.00.
. J. W. WILSON.
Kelly & Stephens
WHOLESALE 2ND IliTTALfj DEALERS In
GHEI3STITIIilEIMIBIISnIS
ClO
i
Oregon City Cassimere Clotliiiig- ami Flannel Dndnrwear.
BDCKINGI1AJI & BECUT'S Unrivalled Manufacture tt W AND SHOES
A NEW AND ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF
Standard Poets and Stationery !
SATISFACTION GUAHANTRED
HOTEL BUEKE
PRESCOTT, JsJEWZOA..
- : BUEKE & HICKEY, Prf,priefors.
; . ' Somo of Ujo oatnrea of thi Honso:
&lt is the only absolutely ro
: proof Hotel in Pescott
' It employs none but Whits
Cooks in tho Kitchen.
- WIt is lighted throughout br .
;: "olectricity.
jDIts tablo board is unexcelled
and its sleeping apartments aro kopt
neat and clean always.
; TIt has a watchman on duty
all night, thereby guaranteeing all
property secure from thievery.
VIS&K
voua or
DEFOBE amd AFTER ?J,!0CIf,pare Src?.
1X0 a box. s for i0). by fto'mKSolJSsSmS1 pcraianuatcura.
For Salo by W W. KOSS, Corner Drug Storo, PJRESCOTT A. T
& BELL!
DEALERS IN
MOT W
mm
TEES
' 1 1 fi 1
,nd nor
s MOOS

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