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Fill DAY, UCTOiilMl 12, IS 7
Several londs of gramma hay have ar
rived in town and was readily disposed of
bv tlie ra"
Remember the Social Pnrly on Thursday
evening next at the City Hall. Hudson
I?ro5. are taking every pains to make it an
Hon. Y. II. Hardy will leave Hardyville
within a few days lor Washington to con
test the election of Hon. Hiram S. Stevens
to a sent in the next Cougress, as Delegate
Tlio Tip-top Going Ahead.
Alex. Harris returned this morning from
the Tip-top mill site where he lias a contract
to make 73,000 bricks for the Tin-top Silver
i Mining Company, for winch he is to receive
IS per thousand. '1 lie null will be situn
ted about three miles below Jack Swilling's
house, and these bricks are intended for a
roasting furnace, setting the boiler and en
Mr. Gillett let contract to Jack Swilling
for live hundred cords of wood while Alex,
was there. Several contracts have been let
for sinking shafts, etc.. and Mr. Gillette has
about thirty men at work on the mine
and about the mill site. Everything is rep
resented to be booming in that locality, and
the mill will Ik? up and running just as sown
as money and enterprise can jmhmIiIv bring
it from San Frncico and s-et it up. There
appears to be mere work and less foolish
ness about the operations at the Tip-top
than anything that has hitherto been under
taken on so huge a scale in Arizona. We
expect, within less than a year, to bo chron
icling the shipments of hundreds of tlious
sands per month from Humbug district.
The shipment of Peck bullion from the
A.thm mill for to-morrow morning is only
two lwrs. aggregating but $3.4 17.4-1, a fall
ing ufl", from siue ci-e, of nearly $2,000
from the n cent tri-ueekly shipments.
Garabaldi came in to-day from Bill Wil
l:nis mountain with a cargo of jerked
vois"tt of ex-Hlent quality. He killed all
he wanted -4 deer, antelope and turkey, but
m no wl ite bear.
Aa nvemg sy of IV.tu k Wrrmr ore by
15 nk-. 'o-dy, taking pieee fr-mi each of a
d2a samples a thry eame out acios the
whole widih of tlw? lAig, and crushed to
;ptlsr, wnit $j?6o.4.r. A single specimen
assayed gav- $.i()2.0S.
Mr. Tm.m . ttlu ein-ail i- now miming
the Monirzuut i Restaurant n his own ac
count. Mr. Piuine. idge hing witlHlrawn.
Whitehead "hushes tin g"i grub' and
knov.-; how to run an eating house equal
:mv individual in the Territory.
J. M. Bryan (Oretc), one of the success
ful freighters, ami aii old resident of Ari
zona, hvieg come to the Territory as early
sis arrive! from Greenwo d yesterday.
Mr. Bryan is at present shipping bit. ley
into the S.uidvfoiintrv from Piuenix.
John M. Shackelford, a native of Ken
tucky, aged seventy years, who has resided
on this coast for more than a quarter of a
century, died at his ranch on Duck Creek,
near the Upper Gila in Grant county, New
Mexeco, on the 1 7th of Septemlwr. He re
moved from Tcliaiua county, Cub, last rail,
with his family, and Iteing old and feeble,
found the trip a hard one, besides thu.lalMtr
incident to making a new home in a com
parative uiideme. overtaxed his strength,
and finally the excitement of the recent In
dian outrages in his neigh liorhootl proved
too much for his physical constitution and,
it is lielieved. hastened his death. Uncle
Johnny Shaekelford was well known
throughout the northern counties of Cali
forni as an honest, inxfieusive Christian
gentleman. He was n fust cousin to Gen.
John A. Shackelford of Kentucky.
Joseph Marr, the eflicient and
manly manager of tlie Cam) Verde post
trader's store, came up on a visit yesterday.
3Ir. Marr has hern roiiiiecled with the
Verde estitblWmu-nt some six ear, and has
given entire ath4action to his employers.
Fitoit Grekx Yaixkv We arc in re
ceipt f n communication from a residunt of
theTnto Bain country, evidently for bub-
heation, ciiiplMiii:ii; lutterly ot the Mor
protection seitlers have m that section,
wliich we would gladh' publish if it were
possible to read the manuscript, which
'omes to on n iK5tal .ard and so tinelv
i written that a magnifying gla-s has to hi-
brought to lwnr upon it to make out what
it is ir. tended tor. 1 he eorrjioiMieiit ad
vocates the abandonmmt of Camp Mc
Dowell, nnd the establishing of a new jhM
in Toiito Bain. Kvcry erson, seeiniugly,
has an axe to "rind.
Aiticles of Incorjwration of the Signal
3Iining Company have been filed in the of
fice of the Secretary of the Territory. Ob
ject: To carry on a business of milling and
mininsr m Owen Mtiunr District. Mohave i
fromitv. The ennital stock is $10,000,000. i of Ale.vandrti
divided into 100,000 shares.
Vok Alexandra.- -Messrs. Alexander and
Buifum sent out the teams of Fulton and
Crow, this morning, loaded to their fullest
extent with supplies for their store at that
place. With the development of several
rich leads in the vicinity of the Peck and
the wonderful productions of that mine and
the large iiuihIht of miners constantly join
ing hands with the pioneers of the district,
a large amount of goods is consumed at
their establishment in the llourishinir camp
Dock Smith came in from the Black War
rior last night, bringing with him a splen
did specimen of the ore from the bottom of
the 1 10-foot shaft. He says he made a blind
grab at the dump and took the piece that
iiis hand happened to light on. All the
comment we have to make is that his hand
happened to light on a very rich piece of
Mlwr ore. and if the average is like it the
owners have a fortune.
Piuenix with a
sold the whole
- 3Ir. Geo. E. Brown, we are sorry to learn,
has tendered his resignation a? Under Sher
iff of Yavapai county, partly on account of
jtoor health, and to le able to attend to
othsr business in which he is interested.
Fno.M Salt Iiivi:n. Mr
arrived on Saturday fmm
load of sweet potatoes and
load to Mr. James Patterson, delivering
them at Mr. Patterson's road cmnp on the
Hnssayimpa. The products of Salt River
Valley tin i ready sale at present in this
section and at remunerative prices and in
turn the residents of that valley purchase
lumber which is taken back bv the return
ing teams and is there used in
the valuable homes they have
the b&nks of the Salinas river.
Application for a Patent.
To inn Seconii North Extension ox tub Oiiky
Eauix Mi.k. No :i7.
U. S. Lam Office. Part-coiT. A T. i
Sept SUt 1677. J
Notice is bwreby given that J. X. ItodealHirjr A. Co . by
tbeir duly anlb rise.) Hnnt. Jul X. ItoilenlmM. uliose
post otlle address U Pneott. A. T , Inn th ilny fill
hi spplw-atiiin fur a jnitot t lor im iliuutHtnl f'l WW)
I'aoHr ftwt the SkmiwI Xo'th n.lpiiUtB ' thrdrry
l"jijlMlmir Vf'n lrln cUI. wiili ur)ucn wniinid
ttTo litiulroj (aw) f-tn nlilih iliiHt, lj lnir nil Mar
in ttiw Tlser MiniiiK Dintnct. Coiintv ut Vuvnwi nml
IVtrilnry of A tiioiiH. uimI kaotrn una iltlt;nniAl by the
tifkl iMip ami iiMlrlnl (lint on tile in ttila ortio as ljul
Number ft y-seven (VS) in muun-ejed laiU.
Tk oxterir lxHimlnrieK t iail Lit No. 4? InMtiif b
1o)1iiw, t'i-it: Variuti u i-l3 0.V . CMiiinruon p ut
cati'r if lotlee on mtli lioaaitary t oluim. I lit-nor S "8
IT K. ulonc S l'Uwlary of obtim 100 feet to si K Cirii-r
ut clKiti' HBI nn'iiuimtit Xn. 1, tmm trbx-h a I led nk
TreeBio ilia blae.l and marked "O K." tear X llr5
31' E. ilLtHnt 31 ft. a White Oftk Tree 18 inf. din. Mated
ad nurked ' O. K." lwira H Tl- 5' K. dl.t 65 tt ; a
line I ree3U din. bbuctl and marked " O. K " benr
S. I'i3 IT Wdlst. 5!) ft: IliearvX 310ft' Kaloatf K boundary
ot rlaim 11KX) feet U) X I. ttHMer of claim and monument
No. 'J from nhieh a luiuMeron S K !oie ol Mt U'wn
10 feet liiirh ? feet knc. 5 teet wide, marked on crtiter of
S fa.-e with X, S by tin. beam X 33' 31' Vditant l!
ft. a White Oak Tree fi ln. dn. blaxeil and marked "(1
beam X S- 1' K. di.t. CS II; thence X -IT' V
alnt(f X iHxiwlury at olalm iXJ1) feet to X W coiner of
rlaim and monument No. 3, fmm wliich the IxmHer e
tabliini; the location of monument Xo. bear X301
t' I'., dist. Wi ft ; th-noe S SP 37' W. alooc W boundary
f t-Iitim. HfO tt. to S W corner of claim ami monument
No. I fnHn n hieh a Juuier Trt-e, 6 l ltu. blaieit and
maiketl -Ml. K "lHar.S W di.t. Sift; t hence S ?d3 iV
V., ahn S boundary of claim. 100 tt to renter of ledge
and tdace of beginning, containing four -11-100 ft 41-100,)
This cbtin i bounded on the touth br the Drat North
Kxlcn-ion on the (tray I.airle I.mle. The location of thia
mine U duly ?errdet in the lteeonler' Ofllee ol Vatawl
l:-.unly, Aniotui territory. In liouk II. J, ol Jllnri
at NtlMt 314, ut the UecxiU of Sjtid CmintV.
Any ami all eri! nlatiniHC atlvertely any Jmitkin of
H1 SieettiMl Xortk t.xtcnti-n on be drey Unrln mine or
wilttnc Ciound h linelnhefme deM-rilx-d, are re
oiuro.1 In ale ibeir atlverre claim wilh the ltfci-ter of the
1'oited Stale 1mm Ottlecat l'reett. ia the Territory of
Arix-Mia, durinf the nixfy day -tfntl t imiilietlo
heivif, r they will be baiml by irtue of the pniviltm
: the Statute.
William X. Kuu.r, Hepi.ter.
Application for si Psitent.
To tiik noonwts Mine. Xn. 35.
V. S. l.AMi Office, rnK-otT. A. T.,
Augutt 3d. 1SH.
Xi.tksi Is hereby given that Levi lUbPrd. wboae jst
aie aidie-i i Pre?eit. Aritonu Terntnry. ha tbit day
Illel hi H l ii'4tiH for a ntent fur eiirht huadrt-d and
niy linear Icelof the Ooodnin mine or voin oar-
iu jr ii ' e. with turttee roll ad ia buntlre,! ami fifty
two C55J) feet in w-Hth nitnale, tyinp and Mug in Tut
key Ciek Minim? dU-ri-t County ot VavHai hail Ter
rttiry ot Arinmu awl Vooivn aol designated by the field
Hflttn ami otbcial iat ua Mo in thu oiliee an I Ait Number
thirty seven 7. im-urvej eil 1'oblio Land.
The exleri. r booiirie.- of ruitl Uit Xo 37 Mng at fol
low, o 'i' : Vari.tUm 11 l.V eat ooinioeat-iHg at
cent-r f ledge at Kurlure on MHiibern InMindnry of rluiiu
t a lare .unier tree marked X oo north ide JS iixtie
in tdiiwi trr. u wbi h location notice i ut d ;th-Hce
X 4.V X' west al.-ng Mit'.ieni boumlary of claim i7t feel
bt MMithwet rum-r ot ciuiiu Hi.d uoiuunw-bt No I ; tbf ue
north ls 41 eat neterii boon lary of clnim S61)
(et to uHiaumeut No. o at the N W rimter ot claim, from
tbi-corner to jitiii-er tree Iti inche in ttutmitter biaiett
aixl mark-ti O" Kear X - V U'Wfr i iucbr ill.
tant ; tn-ne S l.V jti' eaet I eel to . K corner of ehiim
mmI nttanment No -: trow (hi. txrMr a coctf imiiniu
ile boulder 10 (W-t l:eh 1 leet H ale r feet long iaurKl
H lev's in Iir long '.ttiateil on toe eaet bunk of HoIhk
(lulrh S ('ft ii.-ut In-ar, S S iW m lOi f-rt distant ;
thi-nee S le: " we t alone eaMern houniLtry of claim
SOU feet to S I. corner of claim and monument No. 4 ;
from t i; coiner a moouiu ct of llo'mes ltotte. a Jin mil
Rent ak of Haa ampu Htonnlaie Iteam N 4V t
K : lbnec N 4i jV v.er t a oae S bouuiiart tU claim 27
f-et to "nter of lge at surface and j mtper tree ami
to tlac nf ginninr. cintainu g 8 SI 00acr .
Thisnlaiir ii l"iund--ti on the north b the SMtuo ihex
tension of tii Cioodwi" ledgo. The location of tht mine
is duty rccord'tl 'n tl-e Uecuder'a otUce of Yavaj-ai Coun
ty. Arisoau Ter.itmy. i-j l'-ook I 5 of Mining Ueeotdt of
Vavajiai County, uj to'io 14?. An- and nil per
on claiming adverelv any nrtion of mul (oolnin mine
or m'C mining grouwl a ;iereinlel re deji-ribt-d. ure re,
qnited to flle their adverte claim with the ltKiVr of the
United Swii' Iiod OMce at freo:t. ia the Territory uf
ArUona, during the -ixty day irimlol Hibliation here
of, w they wttl be Utrretl by virtue of the provision of
Ue Statute. WiliivwN KELLY, Iteglter
ix tiik hhtuict coukt. tiiiiih juoioiai.
Dlurict, Territory of Ariz-ma, Count uf Vavajwl.
la V11KI.L WlKMAWeKI
Action brotubt In th DUiriei Court of ti Tl Inl Jit
dtcial DUtiirt. in and forth County i.rnvap.t. m
Territory of Annua.
77if Trrrioty of Arizona ttnJi grttling to JlUrt
Vtiu are herebr nmmoneil an I requl'e.1 tu app;tt In an
netlon brouulit aamt you In the above tmtnrd iJalntln
In the IH.trlel Cmitt of the Thlnl Judlrlnl Dl.trict la and
fur tit- County of YnvHpal In the To ritory of Arinma.
and anwer the complaint filed with the Clerk ol lhl
Court at l're.c,tt in nanl Cmnty (a copy of wbwh oom
plaint accomtanlc thl utnmon. within lwent d.y4
exclusive of theiUy of -rvlce after the ervleo iipiu
you of tlit (nmmont. If eretl In thin CiUHty; but If
ervfdoutof thn County nnd within thit DUtilct, then
uithin thirty day ; In nil othercne forty dayt.
Sot ice to Tax layers.
Xo.lreUbcr.by eUen - Jtf l"1?
Connty and al the Tni roU t.f ,n "T
.aid co'ttnty. for the year Ie77 'herein
hanrt. for collection and lba. lb- "", 'reeoa
arc now .lite and payable to ma at w fflwj
It rot paid ou or bet.rc th V?1 flft,.
l.r next, they will b- rclnrnJ dellniu" aa
per cent will bo JJ.;"trr,0wKnS T Cotleeor.
I'recoU, A. T. Sept. 10. 1877. 10
To J. J. Johua co-owner with the ujrim,l la AM
certain minmg location i claim on V'" J''V., J
the t'eck Mlalug dUUict. tn the CmMy
ferthory of Atttona. and located oa the UtU of Jan-
J lreby n.HBr.I IbM If Ju .1., rot ar-nrar wim
day.fn.m th. date hereof. ad , .
....... , : ;. , '- .,aA allot vror im.rtl.m ol m , - ...
Ann you are urreoy miuBciimnin j n . , - -7J n-mlreil by UW tlie uon"'i;
,.wer the complaint a. nU.veretp.ire,! the plnlBflT will for VfMtureofur Intere.t in .aid tolnl C.ln.
ke judgment by default again-, you ami a,,y U, Ue ZX the dl.trict and .benJn.
court for tho relief demandeil in her .aid eom4ftlnt
t. and di.bureeinent. In this liehalf expnted.
(1 iven under my baud and the enl ot the will l)itrict
Court, at l7rcolt, thi 4th day ot September A. I). 1877
IL.K.I WILLIAM WILKLKSOX Cle k.
A. F. Koiilin. Attorney for plalutUT. iepl7 C0d
IN TIIK JUSTICES COl'ItT OK rUKSCOTT I'HK
dnct Ciunty of Yavntal. Territory t.f Arlxotm. lf.-re
C. V- Cate, Juatlee of tke I eare, Charie. W. Itcaoh,
plaintiff, v.. the l'lnal fJ.ld nnd Silver MlBiag Comny.
a corp-iratlon organized under the low. of tho State of
California ami doing bulne.i In Yavapai county, Ari
Action brought in the Jmtice' court of I'reteott Pre
oiiict. In and for tho County of Yataf-al. Tertiiory of Ar
itnea. Tht Trrtitry af .IrirofW irmti frtHixf to He Pinal
(Teltl anil Silrtr Mimnp ('am)HHy tt rmrfntrmtun r
1hiihI umhr tkt fatet th (lt uf Valirmin unit
ilatmj huttnttt in l"pii (Vunfy rtem r.m'lary.
You ate hereby nummoned to appear Uclote me at my
ofliee in the ton li of 1'rttcott. I'recinet ol l'iMCott, iu
the County of Yavapai, Terrltt rv ot AHuaa. on the
5th day of October A. I). Is77. at lOo'c'ick A. t.. to
aiiwer the mmplaintof the abote, aame plaiathf. for
the .urn of two hundred aad thirty three dollar, dot lor
advertl.ing done at your .perial tattant-e ami retHet or
in detail! thereof judgment will tic taken agulml ) ou
for the .aid um. together wl'b coli ami damaK. in ciu
you fall to at-ja-ar ami an.ner. Tn the "lirriil or any
ConstaMc of the akl county, gteetlag. JImVo legal .er
vice and due return thereof.
Given under my hand ou the SGth day nf July, l."7.
C. T. CATK.
Jit.llce of the I'cace far .aid 1'rrWixt.
I'rewott, July 27. Id77.
of Artxeno, be-
lion. L. A. Stevens returned from Salt
River yesterday with two teams of four mules
each loaded with bran shorts and bnrlev.
las proven himself to be an active, lwut :M500 lnds to the team. They came
icer, aad in his stepjiu out, the ! over t,,e iack Canyon route, and although
inc is Mni'w:i u rou;n aim washed out
in jdaees they foiitHl no ditticnlty iu brinfr
in their load right along. They will start
back for another load on Wcdnesdav.
county loses a omi omciai. Air. irown
intends visiting his ranch, on the Ajjua Friit,
for a few days, durin; which time he will
arrange matters at that place.
Store.", will Clor on Stiutlny.
From ami after the first Iay of Xoveniber,
1S77. we. tlte niercnaiHs of "rnsseott. A. T..
will not sell or deliver "roods on Sundays :
C. 1'. Hkada- Co., .1. Goldwatki: A- Hito.
L. 1'-asiii)kh .v Co., Joiis G. Camtiikll,
W. M. KlTlTM. lioXKS A-Sl'KXt'Kl:,
J). LkvyV-Co.. Jl. Sklkiuic a Co.,
Amijcka U'oi.icxr.Kr.ts C. A. Hkhi.ow,
K. IIkuxxhj. Kki.ly a STi:rni-:xs,
It. II. W haver, T. W. Otis,
Axii:itsA llowi:, C. T. Hayhkx a- Co.
T. C. l.itAY rer DiiKriix.
Elsewhere we have said that the move
ment to rlose the stores on Sunday was not
eieclally a Christian measure, and jet it is
so i harmony wit'-: the desires and pious in
clinations f tlie Trustees of the Pre-bv-terian
Church that they propose to devote
the t!le ti-.n to I m taken on the lirst Sun
day in X'embfr to tlie payment of the
jM-intcr's bills, incurred in adverti-iny post
ers, etc. to notnv tlie iieoine in Mlvancu in
Xot Uxiikk S ii Kit i Kr kit Devity. On
Saturday we ermnously stated that X. P.
Pierce had lieen apMintel UihIit .Sheritl"
Vice Geo. E. I5mwn, resisnetl. Sheriff
Ilowers in form us that it was.IameS. Giles
who receivetl the appointinent of Under
Sheriff, and X. P. Pierre that of Deputy.
Giles who has lieen doinsr thcotlice work fori
some time, thoroughly understands theduties
of his position.
We were honored this aftsruoon with a
call from C:tpt. J. YY Summerhays, who is
at present visiting Whipple, and constitutes
one of the military court now in session.
The Captain is accoutptinietl by Mis. S., who
is, by the wny, one of the most hisrhly ae
romplishtHl lmiies in the Army, am! is cer
tainly fortunate in having so" excellent an
otlicer and gentleman fora husband.
Judge 'alsh and Fret! Henry ivuirnwl
this aftenii.on from an extended trip to tin
or-'er that h-v niav govern themselves ac- "dues of Turkey Creek, Peck, Hradshaw and
eorthnirlv. ! Humbujr districts, and were ttic&smi uitl rJi..
i - - - - -
mining outitMtk at thos-e places, and espec
ially In the Humbug where they represent
the country a onu ma- of oiiHrti' fnrrvJncr
a large per cent of precious metals.
Gus HiKlenburg returned, yesterday mor
ning from San Francisco, with his wife, who
has been spending several months in that
metropolis recruiting imimired health wliich
was occasion ftl by overtaxation nt the bed
side of her two Icautiful children th.it suc
cumbed to that drt-idful disease tlutt has
e:trried so iu-tny of our little innoeent ones
to a home of re-t.
The Territorial T.e. i-urer will probably
not te ante to pay any more warrants ou i
tlte ir'jnera! fund of the Territory bidorcthe !
lirst of Januafy ItsTcJ. As he hut just been
cjibed ;ijKn by Sutr k Co. bankers of San
Francisco, through Wells Fargo it Co. for
$"-300. interest on Territorial prison bonds
held by tin m, the interest on wliich became
due on the Hist day of October. He esti
mates that it will take very nearly the en
tire collection for the quarter ending Sept.
:i0, to take up tlie..e interest cupoiis, which
:tre required u be p-iid out of the first money
that comes into his hand-'.
TKKKITOHY OK AHIZOXA.
Coi.viT or Yavapai. j
L. LlVLVtTOX .t Co
C. A. I.L-KK.
l!y virtue of an execnlion li-aeil oat the DUtrlrt
Our: cf the Third judicial IHntriet uxtlorthe County
af Yavapa' Twrinwy of Arizona dnly aticieM on th"
Ssth day f July. I?77. natl to me iirte4 by wbN-h I am
comma faaied to make Mit ol th- pat-Mtoal etty of mkl
de endant. em. if ul8eietit prtutl nropertv cannot lie
found then out of hi real pntpertj- the uio of live
ti.i.ntaiid and eightx e-gl:i 75 HKt do tars ( ?5 O"' ?.)
in gold rain of the l oit d Sta;e judgment ami d mact-
a-roiit-'ine tooae buodtvd and iotty-teren ami 80-100
SM-i0 and o t taxed amounting to U een and 33-100
do lam together xi'h acc-ueing coii'..
I bae leviett upon and taken all the right, title and in
terest which the a d dcfeatlant had im I be 13lh day ot
Juh 1st , of iu aad to the following de.cnbeil pioj-rrty,
One ten iamp ounrtx milt complete, ultuated in Yava
pai count v. A T.. commonly known a. Liifci-'n mill, ooa
aioting of I uitdiog ami inachincy. such a a boiler ant
ergii.e tea s aar btttry. pan, m-tlleri, water tank
tin., etc. i oae retort funtaee noil buiMiag eneloiisg the
some, toetbir with all the right tit e am, inteo-.t ot the
ai t defendant "I in and to 'be mill site, or lami on which
aid MMchioery i erected or 'n an- wle appurbnuing
thereat Alo hiia ,Nti ixt-rn ( eighteen (Is) Hint
farenty (90;. in block No four ii) and improvement there
oa ; alw lot number three (:;) in block aiimlier thirteen
(I") ,-.nd improvement llirreon ; a!vilot..v .txli-en (111)
and eveateen (17) in block nmmlier lb. rt.cn (13) ami
imptnvemenlt tbereon ; all of said bits ami improve-ment-t
are nitnated in the town ef l'n-oott, Arizona Ter
ritory. Xolice ia here'iy given that on
Saturday, the 15th Day of September
Kettveca the hour of ! o'clocX A. M.. and 5 o'clock P.
M., at the Couit Iluute ilmt in the town of I'reicolt.
I will vll the above dcecrlbetl prurierty at public auction
to the hlgbi-t nitlder r o munh thereof for oth as may
l naCHs.nry to satisfy akl execution awl nil coats.
i:i V. IIUWIUW, SherilT.
I'rescvtt, A.T.. Augut'JI, lt77. wtd
The above fale ii hereby po-tponed to Snturday the
l llli dav of Uctuber, lc77. at the same botir ami place.
Bt. I. ItOWIilM, Sheriff.
Proposals for Subsistence Stores.
r.I'AttTJIK-VT OK AltlZONA. )
KY (tr Sl'HM3IKXi-K.
r. A. T S-pt. -JO. 1877.
Day Fixuikor thk Exixctiox of Lbwis
This morning Judge Twe.1 jwrfonnwl
the setjuel to tin painful duty impo-wl upon
liim by the law. which completes the death
sentence of J. A. Lewis, by fixing the dav
for the extvution en Friday, the i'-kl dnv
of Xovember. 1 ST7. Mr. Alorgan, theattor-Jie-
for Lewis, will make nu rlT rt in the
Jjuiireme Couit for a new trial, ami with that
I Xkw R.u. Wc arc informetl by an old
i freighter, who has Iwen with a load over
! the new road, now Iwing constructed, as far
as Patterson's camp, that the road is quite
creditable, with the exception, perhaps, of
j some points where the grades are tH nar
row and win ii ot admit of a IJ-mule team
making the turn.
H. A. Husscr apj)eared on our streets this
,,e nqu Mna imcum w e case at inrning for the lirst time -incc hisaccident
cverv step, ami has his pajeri all rcadv to I , , msacciuent,
present. Failing in that, commutation of
sentence to imprisonment for life willproba
bl v be asked for.
"We calletl at the Photograph Gnllerv of
lr. 1). F. Mitchell this moruingand had an
opportunity, of examining his various views
of Ancient ruin- and the" wonderful tcenic
Vi-"tures of natures work such as Montezuma
"Well. Stouema!:'- I,ake. Hell Canvon,
Verde Kivr. J'.cuver HewV etc.. all of wliich
nre mvurately taken ami are just the thing
to send to th states or elsewhere as ures"
cuts to frienK
John Dixon, of Skull Valley, lias rented
the Saunders farm one and a half miles
aiorth of Preacotr, and is now busis moving
household effects, etc.. to his new quar
ter. Mr. Dixon has found it necessarv to
make this move for tlie purpose of b'citi"
within a reasonable distance of a school
whereby his little lamilv of bright children
may have an opjortunity of attending a
school. Iu selecting this location Mr. D.
has splendid facilities lor keeping his laige
bund of cowa ami will be able furnish
jth oitizens of our village with pure milk.
some two months ago when an embankment
gave away, nnd precipitated Himself and
norse into a gulch Ielow. Mr. II. fallin
under his steed receiving serious injuries,
Dr. Thiele with a load of medicines and
siir'icai instruments leu this mortiimr rr
Greenwood acconipauied by his eldest son,
where he intends to reside. The Doctor
tskes a good supply of medicine ami with
his tact in using them will vo believe do
James Patterson the road builder is in
town making purchases of supplies for his
cani and reports that the road will be com
pletcd to the Turkey creek divide by Satur
I. II. Hurmister received a sample of ore
on Saturday from the Mountain Bov, a mine
in the Jlradshaw mountains that attracted
considerable attention in consequence of the
presence of bright gold which it showed on
OFFJCa OF ClUKK COMUISS
Sealed prtiftOM's In ttiplica'e with a copy of this ad
vertisement attached, will tie received at th' ofliee. and
at tbc nfliecs of the Acting Ajitaot Commi.irieii
of Subsistence tf each of tho I'ostn named herein, until
id o'clock, noon, Xovember lt, 1877, for he supply of
the Inlhiwing quantities of Hour, Corn Meal, lleans nnd
Hominy, viz i
At l amp Apache, GO 000 pounds Flour, S.000 ponndi
IleHtis, 800 pound Hominy.
Camp Howie, ao.00) pounds Flour; 600 pounds Corn
ileal; -1.000 pounds llenns; W0 pounds Ho.oiny.
Camp (Irjpt, M.0J0 ioun Is Flour. 1.000 pounds Corn
Me.iI, 7,500 pounds Uenn, 7.V) pounds Hominy.
Omp l.metl, .Hi WW jv-Kin ts Flour. pouuds Corn
.Mil 4 SUO pounds lien its. 5U0 pounds Hominy.
Camp MoPnwvli. 500 pounds Flour. 509 pounds Corn
Meal, 3 000 (ounds lleans. 300 pounds llonvny
Cunp M-Jave. 30 im p.ands Fl ur 500 pounds Corn
ileal. 'J. 700 pound Means, 3.K) mmiuiU Hominy.
Camp Tb-.rn.ii.. S5 008 p.,unds Flour. 500 r'UDd Corn
.Meal. 3 300 jHtundi Beans. 330 ouods Hominy.
Camperd . Jl u unli Flour, S00 ji-unds Corn
ilenl, -1.500 jmtimls Itenns. 5) iMiiimi Iinmliiy
I ort htpplo, So.eoo pound Flmir. 80i) jiounns Corn
Jlcal, STO i)uads Ileao, 00pot,i,d Hominy.
I ort 1 uraa. Ss! Kiund Flour. 500 pounds Corn
ileal. 3.00" pooads Iteaiif, 3W potimts llemlny.
lllank l otms, InMrtictiow, Coniiitloix. etc, will l-e
fnrniehed by the A. A. C. S ntnoyof the Posts nntned, o:
by the underit;od on proper application lor the rame
Lontmctsawaiued umler this advertisement shall not bs
construed to Involve the United States in anv .bllgation
fur payments in exco-s ol the apt.ropriation granted by
Congas for the purpoje.
CI1AS. I BAOAX."
Capt. and C. S., U. S. A.
Sept. 21, w 4
IX THK JUsTICKNS COL'IIT OF
I'reclnat, Cottntv of MuHaTC, Territory
fure J. K. Stevees. Jnstlce of the I'eacc.
it IIS. C ll.tKK.lt. 1'laiatiff.
JOHN" M. WALLACE, Defendant.
Tlit Ttrritery uf Ariiona itxdi grttting t JcAn Af. ll'af
fa;r. Yimi are herein- summoned to nptear l f re me at my
olS-e In the tuna of Hakberry. la tie ('Mtnly ot Ma-
lmv- ami Territory of Arizona on the lAOiday of Xovein
Wt A. 1 If77 nt 1 o'i UvV. 1- (. to answer to the com
plnint of thea'tove aamd p aiatilf h e t recover
the rum of too hun.lrr.! md forty dolla.s principal motH-y
paid jou oo deaisit together nith ten yt cent r tn
num iutert-ot thetmn trom ihe 4Ttb tlay ff Aiiruit. Ie7li
In default ol which Jwlgm-nt will be tak i agalaft )tm in
the Hlie aamett sum together with costs ami damair".
To the sheritlur nay oonttnb'e of Mobav eoNBty, Ari
Teriitory tnnt.e leiral service and due retain.
t;iven under my baud Ibis l-i'.ti duj of AugHt A.
,1.. S.) J 11 STKVHXS. J. l.
It apearinr from the SherilTs ecniteate that the above
aamett di-feodtat i a.t ra tb- etiuatyof .Mobaxe aswl that
111? place "I ab-xle it unknown. It l hereby ordeswl
tht b iral servloe of this summues lot made by ixibliea
tlon In the Wkuklv A l.ow Ml.KK. WltBs my
band this lllli day of August, ls77.
J. 11. STEVKXS, J. I.
IX THK DISTRICT COURT. THIRD JUDICIAL
District, Territory of Arixona, County of Yavsjial
THK PlSAL OOLU AU -Sll.vr.lt MtMIXO CoJll'ANT.
A. tktn brouzht in the Dl.trict Court of the Third Jtt
d'fial Diatrict. in and i,ir the County of Yavanul, ia the
T-rrit' rv of rizoua.
Ihe Ttrritory of Aritnna ttndt grvtifg In Oit J'iiul
O'olil and Sihtr Mimtig (mxny I'remlamt.
Yimi are hereby snmmotinl ami required to apftear in
an ac ion ltmught ag.iia: you bt th- altoie. nnntwil p uin
tiff. ia the Dis rict Court of the' Third Ju lt-wl 1)1. riet,
in ami for tb Ortjny of Yavajiai In the Territory t f Ar
Uima. ami nmitfr the oi-npinitil nlet with the Clerk o
this Court at I'ren4t In tl t Wti-My (u nopy of nhieh
ooinp'aint nei-ompatiies bis iiitiHoitm within twentv
days fexclutlv of tin- day of nerrice) after the s-rvice
timn you of this anmttH.ns. if rvetl In I' i Cottaty; but
if served out of the County, and within tiU DUtriet, then
within thir day ; in all tber rau-i forty tlttvs.
Ami you are herebv eotllV I that if mmi fail to appear
:ii unwer the oitii!in' at ate-Ve ritpiirxil the i'Uiwtlfi
will tale Judgment by urfau't acalnt yn for five bun
dred ami forty-fuiir and !1' I00 ami costs ami disburse
ments ia this behalf expended
Hiven under my hatel nml the ieu of the said Dilriet
C"U t. ut I'rescoti thi 21t day of June, A. I). Ic77.
L. S.J W ILLIAM WII KCKSON, ChiV.
JOII.V I.LOTIl. DepMty
ItfSII A- WELLS, Attorneys for plaiutitT.
IX THK DISTRICT COURT THIRD JUDICIAL
District, Territory of Arizona, County of Vavapui.
M. Dacca A: Jrr. Hacca partners In butiat-ss umler the
Mrniname of M. llaeca St Co.
Yi-ORtllO C. AOL'URIE AMlCLUtt ADL'KtllR, ills wife.
Action brought in the District Court of the Thlnl Ju
ilifbc District, in nnd fur the County of Yavapai, ia the
Territory of Arizona.
J7 Ttrriory if Arimw tmiU grrttity to J'gini C.
Agurrit and Cloria Agurrtr hit teit.
You nre hereby stiinmonetl anil reipittMl ; appear in
an notion brought agnitiit you by the nbov naitteit rilnin
tiffs, in the Dl.trict Court of the Third Judicial District
in and for the County of Yuvnp.ii iu the Territory of Ar
zona, and ansner the complaint filed with the Clerk uf
this Court, at I'resoott. In said County, within twenty
days (exclusive ol the day of service? after the service
Um y-ii of this summons, if served In tins CHinty , but
if served out of the county, and within this dUtrict, then
within thirty days in all other cases forty days.
And you arc hereby notified that if ymi tail to nppt-nr
nnd asswei the complaint us uUive riuired. tho pluimitr
will tnKejiidgment b default against ymi for the um of
eight hundred and eighty did urv with interest nt the
rate of ten per cent per aunmnr -tn the 3r. day of De
cember ls75. except one hundred didlurs paid October
iStli. Is 16. and oosU aud disburscmeiitii in this lit half ex
mlcil. (liven under my hand nnd thr Scnl of tho s.-iUl ills.
trlot Court, at I'rrscott thlssth dayof.Sept. mberlr?7
(li.-S) WILLIAM WILKKRSO.V, Ctork.
lly Joux Lt.ovn Deputy.
JOII.V HOWAKH. Attorney fir I'lalntilTi.
I'resoott, .September Hth, 1S77.
nccortllog to the mining 1
Ing lawa now In torce.
Frescott, ArUona. .September li. ltTJ.
II. C. 1IA1X.
i ii n.tiiib.mM Fa. KIrvrr anil Jmtpb
l),e owner, in the Tagarl lode, IlitmbUs- Mining
Dittrict, Yarepal County. Ariiona Territory
You are hereby notlfed that If you 1 not arpear
,,1.1,1,, ninety days from the nat; of this notice and -
to Frank Schulti and John M. Derwin. yotir
of Ihe assessment, as is renulreU by law. the un.ler.lg ned
will claim a forfelturttJ v our Interest in said mine or lod.
acoorJmg to the mining laws ol ,Kd5fc,i,.TZ.
Frescott, August C, loTT. ,m
To Charles Keyes. H. FetUtone L. Slvy.r ami Joseph
Drew oweer. In th. Ta-wnU mine. Humbug Mining
m.irUt Ynrnal C.ajntr. Ariiona Territory.
Yimare hereby nottfle.1 that If youdonot appear wl
... .i.-. i.. i. ii .Ijia of ibis notice and tay to I .
Sehuitx awl Jhn M. Derwin. your proportion f the a
sessu.eat, a is rcp4lrel by law. the undersigned will
claim a forfeiture of your Interest ia saW mine or lode, ae
conllng to th. mining law. of theWjWi
JOHXM. DKHV. IX.
Frescott. Augusta, 1877.
To K. A. Dlckasoa, co-owner with Ihe undersigned In
that ceruln mining loeathm or claims on lb Orey Eagle
Lode, tmvle by W. X. Kelly and others on the 30lh day of
March. 1S7I. in the Tlget Mining District, In tb. County
of Yavapai and Territory of Ariiona.
Y.tu are hereby notified that the unjerslgoed biro
muted to 1 don. upon the afotrsaM taming claims, or
location, the amount of labor and exiendltnres for tb.
year lS'li. rciuired bv the lasts of the United States, at a
cost to us of one hundred dollars.
And you arc herebr notified to y to the undersigned
at his place of business in Frescott In the aforesaid
County f Yavapai jour protiortlon of th said cost of
said labor, at the rate of ten dollars for every one hun
dred tret own"' by you. within ninety days from the ser
vice of this notice on you: and in case of a fnllaretoroai
such payment we will claim, under the mining laws now
In lorce. a forfeiture of your iuterest in saWl bicatioa or
olaim.. JULIUS X. RODKXllUKO.
and other co-owner.
Frescott, A. T.. January 11, 1677. tS-d'.J
S. Laxi Ovkick, ?uiott, A. T.
T the Atlantic and I'atiit 1!. .'. C. ami Luthtr
Kllitt and Jamtt S- TKtmai. Grtiing :
Vatic i hereby jrlven that by CotnmWshtBer'i letter,
A Itewriag da :- of July 1 7th If".
The eatry of (Jeorge X flruwereoverise S i of S W i
ol Sec ST. ai d K t if X W i tif Sec 31 Titwoshitt 1 1 X,
R I K 1 held Sir appnval sub eft tu nu appeal it taken
withinUldays from th. date hereof The sail tract is
wllhin th- limits of the withdrawal for the Atlant c and
Facific R. It Co , The right of the R. H attached by
definite location March 13th. 167'i.
lly proof submitted it Is shown that Lutber KlHtt and
James S. Thomas, both tiuaiifled pre emptors, were re
siding u-o portiuns of 'he abo e described tract at the
time the right of the Company attached.
WliUAM X. K r.LLT, Register.
Aug. 31st. 00 days.
t'urntr Stain tt Firtt SU., 301 California ftrttl,
VfiiA. Auizona. San Fi:aOsCO CaL
KlIRCMII ItO, AllIZO.NA.
JAMES AL. I3AKNEY,
'Successor to the Ut. Srtn of
WM, B, HOOPER & CO
Piojiosals for IJcrf ami Mutton.
IlKAIHjn's Dkf't. of Arizoxa.")
Officf. Chii:f C om. of Suhsistkxci:.
I'iiksCoit, A. T. Sept. 21, 1S77. J
Sealed proposals in triplicate witli n copy
of this nth ertiseinont attauliod, wiIJ bo re
eoivuil at tlti.s olllco and at tlio ofliccs of Wig
Acting Assistant Comniisstrias at cadi oftho
J'ost-s named lierein, until l o'clock, noon,
Novoinber 1st. KS77. for tho stinnlv of snr.1.
qnaiitiUesof rresh Beef and Mutton, live and
siatiii!ert.o,a.s may no ironi time to time re
IX THK DISTRICT COPRT, THIRD JUDICIAL
District, Territry of Ariiona. County of Yavapai,
The Final Oold ami .silveu mixi.no Comi-axy.
AoHon bniught in the District Cmrt of the Thlnl Ju
illcial Histilct. in and tor the County of Yavajwi, in the
Territory of Arizona.
The Territory of ArUona ttndt greeting to the Pinal
Gold and .Vifrrr Mining Cnmjmny
You are hereby summoned unit required to appear in
nn action brought ncttlnst you bv tln uhovc-namt-tl plain
tiff, in the District Court of the Third Jmllcinl tv.t.i-t
I in and for rhe County of Yavapai, in the Tciritory t.f Ar- ' TT. Tfrntim.v Ti..i.
iroi n. anil answer the coinpmmt lll.il with the Clerk of, y avi.iuil
tins ioun, ni rrescott In salit County ( n copy of which
complaint uoooinpMiiles tins summon within twvntv
' dii ft-xcliKive of the day of service) after the service
j tiion you i f till, summons. If erveil tn this County : but
I If -. rw-,1 out t.f the Coun:y. and within Mils District
then within thirty days : in nil other caes fortv days.
And you are herebf Mtified that if vou fail !..nin r
nn-wer the compiain: as alove rt-quired. the plaintiff will
tnhf iu gm-nt tivdcfault acnint tin for the KM Til lit f.sllf
alEIZONA AND CALIFORNIA,
Importer fc Wholesale
A X D
Will carry a full prime stoclt ot
SADDLERY, & MINING MATERIALS,
Selected to exactly mil
Merchants, Ranchers, Station
Keepers, Freighters, and
Miners of Arizona
vv iV.c"1,"? f!'r 'l1' and in'urM wtisfacttoo : FOU
frillt auJ merchandise to anv part of the
The Sale of Ores and Minerals a Specialty.
Bays and Exchanges.
GOLD & SILVER BULLION,
Gold Dust, Legal Tenders,
L. BASHFORD & CO,
wimjpsale and Retail Dealers in
f A4 Wl w
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE,
Stoves c3 Tinwaive.
DKYGOODS, CLOTHING, GENT'S FUllSISlILN'G
GOODS, UNDERWEAR, BLANKETS,
Hals and Caps, Boots and bhoes, carpets, broceries,
Tobacco and Cigars, Wagon Timber and Material,
Blacksmith & Miner's Tools,
WOODEN AND WILLOW WARE,
PAINTS, OILS AND TURPENTINE,
Glass, Stone and Chinaware. Furniture,
SADDLES AND SADDLERY
HARNESS. AND SOLE
FLOUR AND GRAIN.
gOun Stock is Complete
GOODS WILL BE SOLD
IX ALL ITS 17i.iAKlJIJS'iS, ASD OTJ
PRICES TO SXJIT THE TIIVEES.
Cff-We Pay the Higha-st ilarktlt Pric for Country Producers
BASIiroilI) fc CO.
l'ruscott, Arizona, September 7, 1S77.
J. GOLD WATER & BRO.,
Cor. of Cortes and Goodwin Sts.,
Have juat received the Beet Selected, Finest aad most Complete Stock of
Ulothmg, Boots, Shoes and Slippers
HA TS A3ST3D C A IF S, -
3)T.Y GOODS XIICSS GOODS,
YANKEE NOTIONS AND PANCY GOODS.
Particular attention is asked to articles in the following list, which buyers will tutu
Ul U1 luu htv uesi quuuues, latest styles and lowest prices:
Underwear, Neck-tics, Hoiscrv,
HI? ,Covcr3- Cachemere Wmnpers,
.Ribbons, Velvets, Jou. Ivid Gloves,
Grenadines, Paids, Jlohaira,
uacnu mires, i'crcales, ileriDos,
V ictoria Lawns, Poplins, Jaconeta.
lowels, Linens, Sheetincs. Eta,
Ladies' Hats and Flats,
Silk Stripe Lastra,
Of every description.
Our Stock of Clothing, Underwear, Hoisery,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS, AND OTHER ARTICLES FOR GEXTLE3tENB USE,
l3"'S TStXX1 scle?ted,iver ived in the Village of Prescott, zni
Wtimnw ?Timf-u In1addUi0n tothearlide. here enumerated, .
keep a complete stock of all oUier articles usually sold in a country stork
SOLDIERS' WARRANTS AND VOUC ER
And Good Commercial Bills.
nuniirni ami nrty-.lx dullnrs i t) noil costs am! ills
blirsrmrnis In litis bctinlf exix-mUM.
Oivon iiml-r my lianil ami Hie Seal of the said District
Court, at rrescott. this It.la of Au;ut A. 1) !8"7
f-l wii.m vm WH.KI- ns.v, c;v."
lly JullN I I.OVt. I)rHV.
How.xnn AXI JIasteksox, Atturnf ys fur I'lff.
61'F.CIAL OUDEIU) WILL JIE ATTENDED
SAN FRANCISCO BRANCH HOUSE,
With promptitude and fidelity
First Quality ana Best Brands
OVLIITOItlSI .ViVX) ARIZONA FLOUB.
1 11 i? ii .
icuuon oi jipicuns is called to a fresh supply of
Cheese, Caviar, Dutch Herrings, Olives, Sea Moss Farina,
MAPLE AND HOCK CANDY SYRUP,
BROMA, ISINGLASS SHELLED AND BITTER ALMONDS, BONELESS CODHSS,
Citron and Lemon Peel, Chutnee, Mushrooms, Salmon Bellies and MackercL
quired at Camps Howie. IovelI,nii(l Tinmas """"fn's in this vjiaif
iiod Tort Whipple, A. T., from Jniiuarv 1st' I t?iv'" nndpr ,n-v k'1 n
ISTd, to Juno 30, 1J-7S. IJIank fonns," osti-1 lsC"r,, nt VtCiCutt' ,hi
. l:.: i.. r t i i ' i leu.
IS" THE msTRIUT COIMlT. TUinD Jl'DIClAL,
District, Trrriti-ry nf Arizona. County if Y.tviiMl.
M. IlACCV AND JOiK Hacca rmrtnr in tmslncsi umlor
tho firm name of JI. liaroa A- (J.
YroKitio a Ar.uititiK nnn Cmhiu Aoumttn, his wifr
Action broticht in th? District C.nrt of ih T1.I..I t.
dlcial Di.trict. In an.l for the County of Yavnial in the
Ttte Territory of Arizona I'ndt qree tini; to Yiwrrio C
Agurrie ami Clotra Ayvrrie hit cife.
You nrp hereby suiMinnocil nml rt-nnirpil ininn.n.i.
an action brought acinst bv th- ntir.- nnm-il piain
tllfs in th.. Distr rt Cour of he Thlr lu.llci t i-tr!.t
In and for the Countr of Yavm-I. in th- 1Vir,i..- ,.r t ."
izonn. an i ansaer tha comply nt !! irlth the Cl-rV .if
th. Court nt l'r-scott in fniil Court within urmiv
(psclnslve ol th-iiay of sprvlo- after t n ....vi .J.
j.hi j im. nimin-ns. ii ser-il In tl.i. county; hut if
""' oi wir LiionM i.nu n-ltliln till, ill.irli
wilhin thirty iIa;ltinU t r ci.s' forty dni s.
.on r- oerroy nounni timt r vou rail to aplmr
"rJ,','r,"nl,'"in' " n,,,,VP " li'lrcl. thi-plain
titTs n-ill tkp jii lirmnt t,v ..pauit .,.!.,.. t r...
.'in . u. ti iiuu'iro mm imv fc-wo lar anil liit-r.t r,...... ii . , - .
from th- 21rd .lav of D.mi. i, IT, . ... ' ' r""l t"i.L in the
All Onlc rs ami Commisslotis should be addressed to
JAMES M. BARNEY,
Ftbrnary i, 187C
EAST I'lUEXIX, A. T.
Capt. AVowlrtiti; from Camp Mojitvc, and
Capt Corliss, from Qimp IcDo-el, jre ut
matos, concliuoii.s, uli, ftinilsliod on applica
tion to the A. A. C. S. at any of the Posts
ubovo nanicHl, or to tlio undorsintied.
Tho contracts to be niado under tlilsadvor
tisoiiicnt .shall not bo construed to Involve
tho United States in any obligation for p.iv
inont in .ccs of tho aiipropriation granted
by Congress for tho purpose.
C1IAS. P. liVGAN".
Sop21-jv Capt. and C. S.
alf p ponded
I and t!. sPa) f i),irr,
this th day of Septetnber, A. V.
Ill TV krintrn nii.t .... ...!. L't .... .....
tvillst-.M :'" r "urintr 1111
crop. mAtia "'"""D:a untwin wh-ut Irom ,h DB,T
Wo. i Family Flour,
AlKUJT MAY 15T1I,
An.l sttl . i .
-.. . ...a un ,y navr on hand th )lrt
rnitory. In quautiiies to suit purj
WII.T.I M WI( Kl nSON, Clerk.
Ju in iji.iiin itepurv.
Jnttx Howauk. Attor cv r,.r ririntiff.
1'resc.itt, September U. ip77. ,ifio
ii 'Vl ,kn?wInff tlemelres indebted to I..
..o.,, .v. mi., oy ihk)k nccnunt, note or otbemlc
requesteil to call undsettle linttiill:it).ly.
1.. UASIU OKD &. CO.
A LIBERAL DISCOUNT
13 Orders solicited.
THOS. J. MORGAN.
T. C. DOUGHERTV.
One Door East
Of the Post ecf'
WATCIIMAKEHS ASD DLUJUFAd'DkiSw JEWELEllS,
And Dealers in
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yr witters bv- M5i
Cash lricesas I.
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0. II VRD. Pxcrrietor.
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AN'D AT SHOUT NOTICE.
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tor want of nail, th-.w , .
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