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"IlIDW, OCTOH12K 1S77.
rc J'lu.TY 'KTS ir lim for r iNxrritn.
for; . y .I iiror jrA ibbjryutHl mnrtiru
"IVES I) AY.
I. II. Pot ple-sthe old settler of Wicken-
rg, who has been spomlinj;,a few days in
town, kft for his homo thi morning.
m1.iv is liar-dftr at the Pock mill?
L! will make that mining wimp livelv
i -':ort time at least.
Mr. Phillip Kolheyei, bettor known as
Y.mKce butcher, was at hist accounts at
iiTince. Pinal eountv, much improved in
icral new-comors arrived in town, yes
rl:n and t )-dny from California, intend
to remain with us permanently.
r. Ciseyhas the contract for hauling
1 m ii art, mill from thi iilag to ;
. luvk, where it is to b.s put up and j
. iut riMptiiititw, crushim; ores from
iat ..'i district.
Mr. 15; inley and family took their de-
irUuv, to-dav. bv DeCrevicoucr r coach,
Il'.in iib.-rg, from which pines they go to
LtV Mr. O'lirien, who had one of Ji hands
ttcn quite severely, a few days since, in a
ic at the Peck mine, came to town last
sniiv fr medical treatment, as mortitica-
jn wes ainiut to :aKc ptace.
?a!dwell A: Pardee have transferred the
1 ' A - 1 .
fx lillil on tue novenimuni. lotm souiihu'm
town, to A. 0. Xoyes, who will hereafter
in it on his own Iiook.
KJIr. Isaacs, trom bait Hivcr, arrived to-day
Ith a load of first-class Hour, manufactured
the mill of Woolscy, Smith & Steams at
!d.vs ok DErAKTCUE. The C. fc A.
laces will leave Prcscott at six o'clock m
e ra rning on odd days during October,
id cun day in 2ovcnilr.
T'. ' ii" -Ts have entered into a combina-
)a I put the price of shaving, ha:r-
ittl:. c. -.. up to a living price.
sllarrv Morgan denies that he sold out in
ie b;rbcr!nu business in order to engage in
aot'.cy ! nding. lie says he is on the other
Ide ot tin question.
fja.k Shilling, the founder of the Salt
liver settlements, has been spending a few
lavs i'i t'uvu, and was to have left for hi
i'oar, Black Canyon, this afternoon.
: Mr. D Crcvicouer, who makes exceeding-
qiick trips between Ehrenber and Pres-
itt, nn l i'V rtr.n, left this morning for the
.. nvcr with his elegant six-horse
jac'i c 1 with passengers.
Sluv't'n barlH?r shops have raised the !
Irk f i iving. there is quite a scramble
arM rstvrnzs that had gone out of
iscd ui::g the two-bit reign.
C u-t Treasurer Cook settled with the
jioar.I tt Supervisors this forenoon, report-
ig something over $2,700 collected and
baM t tl'e Treasurer, during tno quarter, tor
Atl.in Lodge, of the the Masonic Order,
Saturday evening, resolved that it was
icxivdient and not desirable on the part
if tit Fraternity to lay the corner stone of
Si? C urt house with Masonic honors. It
rill th- refore not be so laid.
Lieut. P. Stoens. who is on a hunting
to ;irion nt Bill Williams Mountain, is re-
iuire l lu-re to sign certain biiMiies docu-
aicii'stjbe used Eat, and II. C. Mcadnr
iclt this morning to notify him of the fact.
yesterday, in speaking of Mr. Ellis.
lie b.iHw er, we removetl ins laniuy ami
iflu ' t .Janna street, wneu reauy ins
Ifti. r in tins at bis old place of business.
Opposite the MtN.v- otKcc.
0in.The Shcritl" ?old, on Monday, all
.c property belonging lo the Pinal Gold
in I Silver Mining Company, at walnut
Jrnv,., t Mr. C. E. Genungol Peoples ai-
cy, f r ib iut $l,o00.
Tlie t iiiis of Houollar it Gonzales, four
In n'nrf r. leu ior ivgiia ruu, if-n.,
Jie ir.rnnse of hauling machinery apper-
ininir to the recK mill, irom wiieie it js
ored in the valley to the mill site nwir the
Captain Porter, after a fifteen days search
fort'.e Indians, who committed deprcda-
iii-ns on the settlers hi Green Valley, failed
to find an Indians save those who had pas-
from their Agent at the tuii Carlos.
Nothing has been heard of the successful
n.i" roll1- r, and the three thousand dollars
jli")ll-U!d greenbacks he captured from
IhcMiiail .nid Wells, Fargo A: Co. s treasure
I3Ir. Bariclaw, from Upper Kirkland Val
ey, came up from that place last evening.
Mid rep iris the fjrass as excellent in uiat
Feci i but the crops as tdmost an entire
W. 1 u ' heard it hinted that the Hon.
L. M.H'iVr intends buibliii!.' two houses
r r t, m bis valuable lots located be-
Minku uftbv and Dun Ilatz's.
the tnot desirable locations
Sn Pr sc t and wou'd Ikj a good place for
llmot any kind of business.
I Low'.!, the tin roofer, has a magnificent
pol all spread oil', painted and ready to
But to-rotlr at his factory on .MctormicK
tr ct. This roof is intended tor the new
Peck mill and will be rolled up in sections
' facilitate transportation.
Dir. II nuVr, we understand. Iiad the nns-
irtune to break three dies out of his quartz
ill on' dav last week and s ,1C 118,1 no
tp'icaV was compelled to shut down for
prrsrnt. His business to Prescott at the
escr.t t. n we learn, is to try and pt.ure
er r," s f.nin sme of our mill men, so
t l.s t t! comtnence operations again
itho-t w.utinr to send to replace them.
4M a m of citizens, in the interest of
i Prcsb touan Church, last night. C. P.
ter, AV M nutluin, T. J. Butler, C. P.
Ld. II II ltimitktcr. V. Y. Hlnke and
r. K " 'ts were elected Trustees tor the
ioi'i ' ir. Tlie selection seems 'Ood
v,vi if it had been an ornniztition to
Ifcpltl oinrt mill or disr an irrigating
tcl,. 1 1 t for church mining's It could be
..nJ'r.? Brf' IWW th.eir b0UH
: Vi "' J " Krounu,
Mtwl lrik tiitt.!.... .... 1.. -.
i"1"" p a minium? on .uctor-
mick street, for their fouiitlrv and niacliine
simps. Tlie bniMinjr wil be 22x4 I feet.
c sco and another in Salmi City, Culifor -
"..wi iiius. imve a lounurv in sun t rail-
nia, and now are erecting another brunch
cost aboot $3,000, on the start and the cost
and capacity will be increased as necessity
Hon. Thomas Fitch and Mr. Clark Church
ill, as will be seen by referring to our ad
vertising columns, have formed a co-pnrtner-ship
in the law hm-ines and are located, for
Johnny Stephens, one of the brighest
traders, in this or any other country, of his
years 1ms, we are sorry to learn
valuable inck. If thov are stolen the thief
; would do a creditable act to n t urn them t
: yotitit; buy who his puivha-d them with
own '""y made by his har tradit.g.
3Ir. Joilie- wj. .. ..... cnnlnlP. nnU
ting up the brick work of tlte Court house,
has a full force of hands at work on his
;l00.000-kilu, the brick of which is to be
used for that purose. Mr. Joiner lias burn
ed one kiln, at the same yard, with most
"Woods, who took a walk lrom the county
jail on Saturday, is Mill walking. m far as
is known to the officers who are solicitous
aoout his welfare. Prown is afraid he has
gone hunting in Hill Williams' mountain
and got lost, or been "chawed" up by :i
Mr. A. 0. Noycs, the Pioneer Saw Mill
man of this section of Arizona, has once
more taken possession of the saw mill four
miles south of Prescott and mlvcrtisus to
sell better lumber than any other like es
tablishment in Northern Arizona. Head
what he has to say.
Mr. A. Spencer, late employee of the C.
it A. Stage Company, who was thrown from
a mule last week, is now at Dr. Day's hos
pital and we learn received a partial dislo
cation of the neck from the fall. It is
thought however that he will recover from
Joe Price, who accidently shot himself
through the foot a few days since while act
ing in an official capacity, K we are happy
to state, getting along nicely and will not
necessarily be confined to his room for any
very grcrt length of time.
Mrs. Avers, who came here a short time
since from Belmont, Nevada, and who
thought of returning to that State, has found
her business, dressmaking, so much more
favorable, has concluded to remain with us.
and has rented a room two doors south of
Tompkins and Jackson's saloon.
Mr. Hoctler, of the "Walnut Grove mill, is
in town to-dav. Mr. II. has built a mill.
paid as he went along, said but little nlout
it and and got it into successful operation
betore the people hordly knew he hud com
The Perry mine, owned by Otto, Park,
Kendall and othors, on the Ilassnynmpa, is
turning out some exceedingly rich ore,
which the owners are sacking prewirntory
to shipping to San Francisco or elsewhere
The bell train of W. A. Howard, heavily
laden for the Miller Bros, with lumber for
the McCrackin mill near Greenwood, loaded
at Curtis' saw mill to-dav.
The following persons departed on the C.
&, A. Stage:- T. C. Brav, Marks Wilzinskv,
0. E. Hotrman, J. W. Lconanl, J. F.Mendor,
We arc informed by Doctor Day that there
arc, quartered at his private hospital, eight
persons w ho are reccivingcarent the expense
of the tax-payers of the county.
FniE I.vsiiiAXCE. C. H.Martindell Agent
foundrymen and machinists, and wil d, a I " , 11 I .,t ,, f Tr' t5 stories bearing
kinds of ordinary casting and make or re-1 mI, 'i. 1 "T"? X "mke nH, t,iu country, equally fUe anil ridicu-
jmir all manner of tools, machines, etc. 1 i"?? c ;.e ior an pur- ,0lI9. Our infonimnt h nwn of means and
The establishment when mi.lv to run wi I iKM' ml walMnt the has a large family with him. is a-reeablv
the present, wit i iPaul cber. District At-j tor the erection of the building, which will been compositors in the Miser ollicc in
torney, at his othce. Mr ( hurchill comes be completed within the next ten da, times im. callwl himmi us this afternoon,
reconimcnded highly as a lawyer and gfn- when the machinery will Ins nlacwl in po- Mi llattic, we are happy toav, hasalmiwt
tlcnian. Mr. bitch has been with us ami sitiou. and another valuable acipiisitlon to entii-ely nroreml from an auw-tion of t lie
needs no oacomium trom our jwn. A e imag- our mining industries will Ik- recorded. eves, which was the reason why she wa
uiu uie iwo gentleman win maKU a wnoie nbl
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for the Lycoming Fire Insurance Company Patterson, and lonsr lwfore the cold days of
of Money, Pa., to-day filed the pajers re-1 winter come upon us the company w ill have
quired by law with the Territorial Treasurer 1 their new quartz mill in full blast, produ
and received a permit to do business in Ariz-1 cing bullion in quantities that will aston
ona. Mr. Martindeel will advertise his ish the owners themselves.
business as soon as he can get round to it.
The stonewall Jackson mine, in I'inal
i ,,.,. -!.. .1,1 in q,in Ffflnwo
county, tas recentlj sobl to .sun i rancsco
capitalists, for $1!K,000, and kthe ore on the j
dump for $o0.000 additional. This is only ;
one of the score of valuable bonanzas in tlte!
new and wonderful mining camps ot 1 1
3Ir. W. H. Grove, who went to the Green
wood country a few days since, with a view
to find a lucrative business in which to en-1
tor into, returned yesterday. Mr. G. con
siders the country rough, as yet, and thinks
it rather too new for his family, and will
therefore remain with us for the present.
Coxstaiile-s S.VLE.-The building for-
merlv occupied and owned bv Frank Schu-
mtrij uci-iqin-w .
ncmau as a blacksmith shop, on the comer
of Granite and Gurlev strcct, was to-day ;
sold at Constable's sale, to satisfy the de-.
mauds of creditors, and wasjiid in by .
John Haiblc, for the sum of $H)T.2Q.
71 7. , , !
Law Ofi-icu. Mr. bol Lewis, banker,
has workmen engaged finishing the upper;
p .rtioii of his new brick bank building, j
two rooms, of which are to be occupied by
Hon. Thomas Pitch aud Mr. Churchill, as
law offices j
, , . c t I
Mr. Wilson of the hrm of ilson & Has- j
kell, after quite an extended trip through
California, taking in the city of San Fran- j
cisco, where he purchased the iron doors, etc.,
for our now count r building which are well
ior our uu wuuj ww.i....0
iinilrr WAV. :ind after talilUIT a
look at the!
sights returned home this morning,
Coi'XTV Money. The Hoard of Super
visors of Yavapai county, at their meetings
on Monday and Tuesday of this week, e.
.....inml mid nii.liti'ii accounts on thegeneral
made, showing that they hold tho interests
of the county with care and arc true to the
trust placed "in their hands to manage.
' . ' . , '
Pn&sKXT.--Hou. Hezokiah Brooks received
a telegram, to-day, stating that the 1,on-j
Clus. Truniblo Hayden at Tempo, had been
iircsontnd with a valuable present. The '
article can see, crv, etc., just the same as any
other little bov two days old. Tho mother
and child were doing well and tho Judge is
one of the happiest fathers iu the valley ol
t ..., rr -iio .isr, .ill mhii on
lunu iii mi! "" 1U taucn tne uomi on tue mine win no
the contingent fund $0070(1. The Hoard JO (akt, the mine and pav for it
examined the several bills, carefully and in i theyt th(.;r tcn thousand dollars ex
some cases considerable reductions were i , , :.
. ije taken hv the oiiv m.H.nrir;.. t., ..., i,
re iiHmtHl street from thu hhu-.k-simtli
estnlihshment of John llartin, to the
premises, of H. 11. Weaver Muth. N'c be-
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Mers. Marson and Ivirwngen left this
morniHg for Inrkey Creek, at which place
mi. .uasiersou is at present occupied,
with a number of carpenters and others,
getting out timlwrs for the erection of a
building for tlte new iiuartx mill which will
arrive hertj during the next three or four
Mr, Alio Hatfnian, Uie elHcient Snprin
lendeitt of the Creenwood mill, for the Mc-
Crackon Coniaiiy, in Mojave county, came
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our friend tiid Cornell, who h a valuable
ram h in that twvtiou in connection with hia
flour and feed i.ablihnient. .Mr. Hate
man will purchase a quantity of lumlier, a
tart of which w ill lae uitel to complete tlie
Signal mill which ia only wanting a small
quantity of lumber to put on the ttaiahing
touch when it will Ih ready to run ami un
doubtedly ftroduce hulliun MiiUc-ient to make
its owner-- millionair in a hort time, .Mr.
B. returns to-morrow accompanied by Mr.
Shook Hani.. Yesterday, the tbt loco
motive patsed over the new luidgeat Yuma
from California, and the iron horse meted
its powerful form on Ariiooa soil and salu
ted the denizen of Yuma with it cheerful
snort. The span that has separated the
people of this Territory from their neigh
bors across the Colorado has at last Wen
tied with an iron band that will le lasting
as time ami i Mtly a forerunner for branche
of routes that will extend to tlie Atlantic on
the ': and the tropical ajHii ts on the
south, tapping our mining caini, whose
hills are dotted with mineral deposits con
taining the rich ores tied together with
threads of gold and silver.
Mr. Underbill, of Kirkland Valley, loaded
his team with lumber at the saw mill of
Geo. W. Curtis and started home to-dav.
The District Court of Maricopa County
das been adjourned until the 1st of Decem
ber, in consequence of the Illness of Judge
Dc Forest Porter.
S. M. WesaeHts, Eq., who furnishes "food"
for the huugry at Brad&uaw, and other nec
essaries of life, came into town on Tuesday,
made purchase of supplies, subscribed for
the Mi.vkr and left for his home, to-day.
The Hudson Bros, anticipate giving a so
cial hop on Thursday evening next at the
City Hall at which time the young folks
will have a splendid opportunity of tripping
the light fantastic toe.
A large number of our citizens are pre
paring to visit the McCrackin country,
among whom arc Dr. Thicle, Harrv Morgan,
G. W. Curtis aud dav G. ICe'lev. It is the
intention of Dr. Thiele to make a permit-,
nent residence there. Morgan will also
camp if the place suits him.
It ha been decided that the bonds about
to be issued in payment to the contractor
for the erection of the new county buildings,
are to have coupon attached which will
cause them to sell much more readily and at
a better pnee than they would were the
coupons not attached.
Fat Beef. Mr. Coffee the butcher, one
door west of the store of Kelley A: Stephens, j
has juct purchased and driven into Prescott j
some 40 young, fat lecves which he intends j
to butcher and divide out to his numerous,
at the butcher shop of Mr. C. so long as
l ll i at OMIII ' ii--
these young cattle furnish his stalls with
T. M. Alexander and C. C. Beau returned
yesterday front the Peck mine, where they
were called to pay oil" tlie host of employe?
at tltt MMia tiAU iMH1i?nfrt w (rntntr
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Akmwsmkxt I.kvikd. As will oe seen tno
Ti M 5u;u,r C'ompanv, whose otlicc is
. J, A . I o i- i
m rj,llfofnw street bJU1 Knmci.-po, has
jevjcti a, aSfJetsinent of thirty cents per
shaixs on their stock. The mine is loca
in Humbug district and was tecently p
chased trom the original owners for $.10,000.
The assessment levied is for the purpose of
raising funds wherewith to purchase a now
quartz mill which is to be put up on tho
creek two miles south ol the ranch of Jack
The iron doors and windows for tho new
county buildings, lelt hhrenberg yesterday
for this place, and upon their arrival here j
work will once more lw commenced ami the 1
buildimrs pushetl to completion with the
niiii'Mtie it will bo not onlv one ot the most
ubstnutial, but haiulsoniest structures, in
I he contractors are lotli
j,ract;cal men aud undet stand their business
thoroughlv, and it is their intention to make
tliis the master piece of work in Northern
We learn from John Moon, w ho just came
up from Camp Date Creek, that he saw, two
or three days since, three Indians in the
between the old Post and Mr. Illack's
place on Martines Creek, and that a few
davs prior had met thirtv San Carlos pets
Crcek I)elmv rmich
liuuaiis arc cominanded by Charley, who is
wcu known in this section of the Territory
ami formerly lived on the Santu ilaria,
S. M.'N esselsand Pell Cragtte have been m
town a day or two from the Tiger mine, and
report matters pnwressing lively. The new
siiiift Is producing quite as good ore, and as
much of it, as the old one ever did, and
that istrood enough, ''here is nothing new
to roport. Development continues, and the
prospect seems to be that tlc company that
Philip Thorn, of Liverniotc. Cnl., wants
to hear from his bov, George Aaron Thorn,
who ran awav from home in June, 1870, and
h not mml uf swQ ,!o Js now
Yt.ars old. dark complexion, and has a
bhick mole.on his right temple. His hair
u brown, and n cut snon a scar can oo
aeon on top or ins head, ilo understands
German, but does not speak it much. His
father and niothor nro very anxious about
him. Write to Philip Thorn, Livcrmorc,
.day. Kirwairen it Co. hnv the oontrart : Mrs. X. ('. sluykb 1
Wo are informed ly parTles who roeeutly
arrived here from Oregon, tlmt soveral fami
lies who intended to emigrate to this Terri
tory from that State, were deterred from so
doiiii; through irresnonsiblu rties who
represented tlio whole territory s a imrren
waste where stock could not exist, anil tell
ing such stones as tins, that no moat could
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j gooA beef ho find! at ourdillcrent butcher
A Cam. khom Two Hktiukii Printeks.
1,H"U bkinkle, who ha returned from
Prancisco, accouiiMiiied br her sister
iffed to give up the Mick and rule, and
seek the services of an occulist in the Bay
Ixmkout for auctions to-morrow.
Dr. Thibodo left thic morning by lage for
Phoenix on a short vbit to hU brother, wlto
phric the people of that agricultural we
tropolis. The departures by stage thin morning for
the south were A. H. Ifoooa, Cha. Kotqer,
and Doctor Thibodo. 'Hie incoming stage
brought J . F. il'eador from Wk kenburg.
A new Grover : Baker sew ing machine
will be sM to-morrow by auction at the
residence of Dr. Thiele in" addition to the
attractive gooiU already advertiaetl.
Hev. J. J. Wingar, of ICansas, will preach
in the forenoon and Hev. ,7. A. Merrill will
lecturo Sunday evening on Paul's Second
Missionary Journey, at Her. I). B. Wright's
Church on Marina Stieet.
Mr. Bennitt, the xwt-inaster at Walunt
Gnive, has lea-el the valuable ranch of Mr.
Lambe-soii. and Mr. N.H. Stanton has reutel
the adjoiniiur farm, belonging to E. G.
Peck, hq. Mr. Stanton brouvht in some
of the finest ntatoes that have been ottered
in the Prescott market this season.
Mii.iT.utv. Acting Assistant Surgeon
Wm. P. Painter is ordered to roport. imutQ
diatcly, at Fort Vuma. Cnl., for temporary
duty Hi that post,'and Acting Assistant Sur
geon Gen. E. Goodfellowr ia ordered to re
jiort at Fort Whipple, A. T., for tempuranr
Judge Hesekiah Brooks lost his watch
yesterday, an old family relic, together
with a gold chain. The case is engraved on
the inside in a way that it cannot lx mis
taken. A liberal reward is ofierod for its
recovery. See his olfer in Miother column.
H.utit Sai.k. On Saturday, the 1-1 tit iiist..
the Scientific Library of Jay G. Keller will
be offered for sale, by J. L. Fisher, at auc
tion. I'o'toniro I.i'ltcr I. Nt.
List of letters romnhiing in the Proscott
PostotHco, Yavapai county, Arizona, for the i
week onding Oct. 5, !':
Adams S B
Beektiion X O
Myers I' C
Miller Win F
Meloin G F
McBjiIii L C
Porter W T
Hk'hurdoon O II
Stnpp G A
St.-lts M T
'llbbitP .1 '1
'Hjnor I. Miss
Wal.ston .1 S
1 ltnrnnrd Mary
I P.rown Andrew- J
Cook S N
Colder A W
Davis Mrs II I.
l ellown W X
Gomiley T P
i;nind M '1
I laVUCIl .IIIOUO 111
Jones Mrs J N Wilkins C Miss
The abovo iintneil iwrsons will please call
for "Advertised Lottor."
T. W OTIS. P. M.
To tho jwoplo of rreseott and vicinity,
I rotiirn thanks for tho very liberal pat
ronngo bestowwl moii ine dtirinir the short
time that has clniwed since I opened a
hou.se iiure for the . sale of clothing and gen
tleuian's fiuiii.sliiiig goods. I promised in
the beginning that if mv etl'ort.s to brintr
down prices to reasonable ratos should Ik?!
appriH-iate.1 bv the nwplc and that apprecin-
tion was iimnifcsat in a liberal twtrnnaire of
mv small establishment, that I woultl en-
i Inrgo .the business and inereftso their opjwr-!
Utilities to purchase other pm1 at livtnt: pn-;
L ws aIso Vho public Imvinj: taken mj nt
! my olfer and peifo.ined their iart of the
compact. 1 leave this morning for ltoston
nnu cw i oru, to perfect arrangements iv j
which I .shall have laruo invoices of goods ;
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berg. T. C. IJkay.
I'roseott, Arizona, October :rd, 177.
iS'otice of Assessment.
TIP-TOI'SIIiVKK MINING COMPANY
Vnxmisi.n tSaifornia ; loc.ition of works,
Humbug district, Yavapai county, Arizona, j
Notice is bored v given that at a meeting of i
the Directors of said Company held at their 1
ollicc No. I0! California street, San V ranoiseo
(.ainorma, on uie isi nay oi uciouer, itx,
an assessment of thirty (SO) cents per share
was levied upon tlie capital stock of the cor
poration payable immediately to the Secre
tarvattho olllee of tho Coninanv. No. KM)
California street, San Francisco. Any stock
upon which this assessment shall remain j
unpaid on S.vTrun.vY tho Third day of No
vember, 1S77, will bo delinquent and ndver- J
Used for ido at public auction and, unless i
jmyinent is mndo lxjforo, will 1m sold on
Isati'iipay, the 1st dav of December, lsT7, to
lav the deliiKHieut assessment touether with
costs ot advorti.senicut and expense's or sale.
1). F. VKiti:XAi., Secretary.
Ofllct I0it California street San Francisco.
OmCK OK THE COP XT V TKKASUKEIt, ?
riiKMOTT. A. T., Ootobt-rS. 1S77. J
I will y, on jirwutution ut my nlfipo. County War
rants lrnirit ujm tlif rH-ctivo I-'umU of Vavaxii
county of tlie rriir of ISTfi. tn folltnr, to wit :
COUXTY GKXKttAI. J'UXD
Xos. W. Ut. ttl Ki. '.II, t Wi. !)7. PH. 'JO unit 100 erle
of Is7t5. nml jMrtin'xivtnent on Cuntineent Warrnut Xo.
20 nrririi 1S7G.
Tl.o tuiKiris iif alil warrant am hrby onllned that
Intcrot thron ivnr4 from the ilat lmrfto nlUxr.l, unit
tha) if the name te not ireentl within ten itn, the
fi:ml st ntwtt lor their reilemptlon will be npjiUeil to the
jnyraent of warrants ret in tho onler in nhleh they
were iticl. B. J. COOK. County Treiuurtr,
I'rfMsjtt, Arizona, Octobers, leT7. tit
AVATCH LOST ItHWAltn.
A lino pold hunting case Knqlish leaver
watch and chain, were lost, either in town
or on the road between tlio.storoofCT.Hav
tleiwfc Co. and tho residence of the utulor
sij;iiKl on Thursday Oct. tth 1S77.
A liboral reward will be paid to tho tindor
by lpavlng it nt tho Mixnu oillno or dollvor
ing it to mo. Tlio wnteli behura family rolio
is moro highly jirized for its associations
than for its intrinsic value. II. llrooks
Prescott Oct. Cth 1S77.
""' l mill be hud in Prorott otlipr limn tlmt piiiiiim! in
,XJOTI013rS 2 2
Wo will sell at the residence of
ID JR. . B . THIELE,
Saturday Next, Oct. 6th,
AT 11 A. M,,
SPRING LOUNGES, WALNUT CHAIRS
oS feet of (iiinlcu Hose,
SIlVKIl 3IOIWTKD FIAJTI2,
KXTHXSION WALN L'T CEN'TK H TABLE
PICTLHES, BHl'SSELLS CAH
PETS, OIL CLOTH,
Ijice Curtains, Haiidsome Mahogauy Book
Case, Tables, etc., etc.
at the Auction Store, at U P. M., an exten
sive ami elegant assortment of
.f. L. FISIIEH Sc CO., Auctioneers.
THO-?. I'lTCll. CUVRK CIIUKCHIM..
PITCH & CIUTKCIIILL.
Attorueysaud Counselors at Law,
Wiil Practice in all tho Coutti in tha Ter
ritory. Special attention given to milling law and
the erfeeting of titles to mines and land-i.
OFFICE With the District Attorney, Olllee
I'rreutt October Sod. 1?7.
NEW DEPARTURE ! !
THE PIUSEER MITX
I OL' THE TCKRITOKV,
On Aspen Creek Four Miles from Prescott.
Having again taken possession of this old
and well established mill. I am prepared to
than nnv other mill at
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES,
., A. ... ,
orou "faronablc time witli good security,
to any section of tho Territory
ott Oct. I. A. O. XOYES.
Noticp is lierebi- given that tho co-partnership
heretofore existing between tho under
signed in tlie luisiness of harboring, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent, Mr. Mor
ir.ui liiiviim (lis nosed of his interest in said
business to Mr. Georgo Beckers, retires from
tho business. JiAKiiYMonoAN.
Prescott, A. T., October 1st, 1S77.
All dobts and demands duo and owing to
said late partnership of Morgan it Ihick are
payable to tlie undersigned, who is author-
i7.od to collect the same. IT. Ht'CK,
Prescott, A. T., October lsi, 1S77
0. LINCOLN & CO,
WltOI.KS.VLE AXD IIET.VI.L
DRUGGISTS and APOTHECARIES,
Ilftul's looJi, lroseott.V. rl'.
Prescriptions put tip Day and Night.
nCAUyUAt; 1 bltd
llrt btastU abvay on hand at
V.. A. KKIILOW'S,
MontPiitma St., Wft of tbo I'laiu, PltKaCOIT. A. T
W. a. HOWARD,
Fiml-clns Watchwork, I'ine Watches and Fine Jew
0 !zi o
I bare opf neJ a fint-nlsi LoJj'clf Hoa oa Cotez
airt,oi'io.itB unicf now.
Shigle Beds. -
UOTLIBU UIU'EK Prorriotor.
Ehrenberg to Prescott.
The flrt imm of our I'mt Vrr lht Line will Uaxti
rr-oll for Ebrmlri; on SoturJav. Autut lfilU, nod
run wguUirly llwrtBllcr. Tim tlm labia will br t.nb.
Hhel ia rfue Hnr. S. C. .MILI.EK &, IlltO.
Fine JJncIcs! !
TIhj Am HhcIi MfkkHk 4M Uwt jar far $100 can now
b Umght (r ! tbaa Ualf tbal ti. nwl 1 will take
Mwaejr or Vbrs ia ymot at the uuiktt jirioo.
Amy man nlwwUhi to lmruvp Uu .h will du well
U omm ail look hi tar fiae Jlrino Uuvkt, two milr
I rem the llartit Itaiwli.
..lireorjoH.N O. ClMt'DELL, I'rrtt.
sH-tf z. EOCHOX.
Orauitr Stift. first door nxith nf Hathaway'.
Cleaning and Repairing Neatly Done and
Carjieta evel and Fitted.
I'rt-wHt. AnauaA, June I. 18T7.
POINT OF ROCKS LIME KILNS,
A. S. Clonal! , Proprietor.
I.IME alwiytro basd in anyquantif to tuit the want
rarelMww.. H. u. WEAVEK. Agnt
Montftuma Strrvt. I'rwcuU mrCOyl
E. A. FARGO & CO.,
1MP0KTEKS AMI JGDHERS OK
BRANDIES, WINES AND LIOUORS,
Xo. 3tfi front tm-t corner of Commercial,
SAX FKANCISCO, CU
Harrm.rl tti north rad of MeCormick tret
May be nottanl by putal oanl. -ptl3tf
ANDERS & R0WE,
vooen and Dealer In
Black and Giant Powder.
LIQUORS', TOi; AC O .t CItrAKS.
Drawn on San Francisco in ex
change for Currencj', without
South Side Plaxa. Prescott, Arizona
Goouwix STi:i:irr, - - pkuscott, a.t
Dry Goods and Clothlne:,
GROCER I Eii3
BOOTS -A-lSTID SHOES,
WINES, LlQl'OKS and CIGAKS.
Cheap for Cash.
Produce of the country bought nt best
To the People of Prescott
Tlio great staples of wool and cotton were
never so low as at theprosont time. Im
proved machinery which has been intro
duced during the past live years enable tho
manufacturer to produce goods at much less
cost than formerly. Tlio freights have boen
lately reduced from ail points in the East to
Klirunberg. Taking advantage of these
things I have selected the cheapest markets
in tho United States, viz:
NJ:V VOItK A XD BOSTON
and purchased a stock of
Frnxisiimi goods, overalls,
HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, PIPES,
and n fow articles in tlio DRY GOODS lino,
all for cash, paying in currency. I shall bo
satisfied, providing I receive n liveral patron
age, to soil these good at a moderate profit.
I have ditloront grades or qualities of tho
same article, and will mention a fow articles
and the lowest prices which I can sell them
at, and invite tlio public to call, whether in
want of anything or not, to verify tlio truth
of this advertisement. Remember, times
have changed, and as tlio popular prejudice
runs in favor of lower prices than now, it
can bo gratified.
Look! Look! Head! Head!
.Reflect a moment or two then start for
theso bargains :
A pair Brogans
A ' Overalls
A " Pantaloons
A Whito Shirt
A White Handkerchief.
A pair Socks
A pair Suspeiulors
A pair Boys "
A good medium grade suit clothes,
men's sizo .'. 10 00
A suit of Boys clothes 5 00
A Hat i 23
A yard of Crash 2
A Briar wood Pipe-
An Apple wood pipe
4 Faber lead pencils
10 Cedar lead pencils
All of these Bargains at the New Clothing
Store, south lower lloor in tho Bank of Ari
No one can afford toordoranythingl have
If your neighbor does not take the
Weekly Minkk, please loan him yours, or
what is bettor, ask him to .subscribe for it,
and thereby save $100 por annum in his
T. C. BRAY.
Sept. 20, 2S77.
LOOK OUTFOR IMPOSTORS.
DON'T WASTE YOl'Ii TIME
and money on worthier ami
spurious imitntions of our Patent
MAGNETIC; ELASTIC TKISS.
"A wonlto the wise i mtlicient!"
Send for Illustrated ltoV nd Price
I.lt- JIAIJNKTII! 1M.AST1I!
TKUSS COMPANY. ti.W
COD, Sacrameato Street, San Fraueisw e-Cm-lstr
1?IIV SHOP, v ; :
FKEDERICK & HEENAN,-
MAXU?ACTCIU3KS OF. t .
Tiu, Sheet Iron andCopperware,";;
OLTTKIW AND COXDCtTOlMS,
Tin and Iron Roofing. -
PLUMBING AND P1PFFITT1NG.
J'roniiit attention will be given toorders by ...
mail. . -
Precott, Sept.", l$77.
BAj7K EXCIIAXGE SALOON,
COKNlin OUKLUY & COttTBZ ST., ' :
lltxo Constantly oa Haad
Sour Mash & Gulter Whiskies,
O. T. Ij. liHAXDY, (Vintage I&ll,) .
FLXESAZKllAC BRAXDY, SWJA" GJiVS, .
PORTS, SHERUIES, STILL 1VIXES.'
Chateaux JLargeaux, I.eorille and Laltoso
GlureLs, Vermouths, Sltzer Water, ltod
orer Carte Ulanvh, Knnc Private Cuvce -Cordiatv,
Etc., Etc.j Importel Ci
gars, GuinneMM Stout lkt- .
tleI ale,Htartbrdltini alo
on dninghi, Doulod
Liquors for family
Uboatul tho trail,
JPrivate Civil) Rooms,
AVIno ltoom Xo Sofiw."
Oar Catter trblskies tniMt as good a anyone'.
t. Jt S. ,
I'iMCutt, Arlioon, Septeaber 13, 177.
TUE BANK OF ARIZONi,'
PRESCOTT. A. T.
Jos. llu.lM)EXSTKLof A. S. ltownbnum & Co. S. Y.
Jos. MAT of LivInirsUm Co., K V.
Samuel Lewis of Lewi Bru.. S. 1
5t. V,'. KU. I'reicott,
Jons J. (SosfKK, Prrccott.
T.J. llutler. Vmcvm;
THE ANQL0 0AL. BANK Liltl) .
Messrs. J. & W.SBLIUMAX & Co. - -
S. F .
Wilt purchase or make attvanisr. ,.i giM tRrrr bal"
Hon. Ttrritori.il and county Im.imU u J w jrnuU?, llceunt
cormtrreUl Ja!r. tnei lUfanU ia gvld or rrrf dcjt
rrpnyabte oa itrDAot. uaUertako cuiltiw ax! U-jdmcI, '.
SOI.. LI'.WIs-. rrcsi!ent. '
M. IV. ICALKSr Cashier.
TrrK-ott, Arizuca, September 3, !t7T. '
T. TV- OTIS,
SOUTH OF PLAZA,
Fresh and Dried Fruits,
CIGAJRS, TOBACCO & PIFE3
.;UTS AND CANDIES',
STATIONERY. . ".
FANCY GOODS. -ETC.,
Sew ine Machines,
Sewing Machine Cottons, OiLj, Etc . ,
Ll' Suhscriptlons tkea for all Xcasrunen and
trice at ruH!iher' rat.
J . L . FISHER,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant..
COX "TBYiV2CCIS R
AND SEARCHER OF RECOliDS.
Office "With the Probate Judge. -::
Ha for sale many ot the at (Iti!r&bl bnildiac tot,
itnatnl In the town of I'resotft:
Hooseicld ted other Geods ?u'ebsd at LHeril EUa
BONES & SPENCER,
At the old taml. on ituntinrna fct'et. two dmn mnniW
ofGnrlty. UtHlers in CKiARs loBACCO. CON'EC
TIONEKV. FUUITS ANI t'INK (UlOCKRUiS.
W reifctfullr isTit th ltntlvn of the paWle to
our lacgt? anil varied
toc, and cuarantee to CSVE the fullest satisfaction
to all rnrcha.r. W have i n band a full assortment ot
the choicest brands of CiRur ami Ciiranita, Fine-CuJ
and PlUk-.SnioklnnjrundCfiewineToltioco.l'ipo, Pouch -
uuu i uuacu-uoxrs, a. oettrocK pncei.
"and every one irs-s Wtj f Y with a smlllnr fip
after once purchasing of tu, and ia due eason return fot
Thankful for pat faror, we lioit a continuance ok
the liberal patronage heretofore bellowed oa us,
knowing that our
GOODS will bar iafree.
tion and comparison with any In the market.
JAS. E. BONES.
CHAS. L. SPENCER.
Pfeicctt, March 21, 1S77.
LARGE. NEW, COMPLETE
WAGON AND BLACKS?: ITH SHOPS,
Qurley Street, Fronting on Granite,
A kind of Blacksmithtnc. Wiu-im
plrinc done in gool style bv
"Q'a" HIED G. BRECUT
OLDEST AND LARGEST HOUSE IN
H. NEWMARK & CO.,
Iiniorte of and Wholesale Dealers in
Gr R A I N ,
IRON AXD STEEL,
Nos. 11, 13 & 15, Los Angeles St...
LOS AITG-ELES, C-Ij.
OltDKltS t'KOM ARIZONA
PROJIl AXD CAKEPUL ATTEXTION.