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1 .T. 33utlrt-. EUitor.
FRIDAY, 3IARCH 24, 1876.
KOADS AND HIGHWAYS.
The question of building a County road
to Battle Flat in the region of the Brad-?haw
and Peck mining country is still a matter of
great interest to the community and although
it has been agitated to some extent -R-ithin
the past few weeks, has not reached a solu
tion, resulting in any effort being made in
that direction which could warrant us in
savinr thr rnnrJ tvill 1l Vmltf A natUin.
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signed by a goodly number of our citizen.
THE BO AD TO THE PECK DISTKICT.
Some person has said it is neither gold nor
lands nor estate, but is git up and git that
makes men great; that is also true of Towns
and Cities as well, without that clement, that
Spirit of Progress, that Public Spirited goa
headitivenes no town with all the advanta
ges that Nature and circumstance have given
her can hope to distance her rivals in the
race for wealth and greatness. Pre?cott at
present has great advantage location. Cap
ital, healthful climate and the Headquarters
Bpecial to the Xirer by U. S. Miliary tzl W.U. Lbet
Washington, March 19. The Congres
sional Democratic Committee is fully organ
ized for the Presidential campaign, and re
quest Democratic organizations in all the
States and Territories to send in the names of
The Judiciary committee will report arti-
Mohave Item of March 18th.
cles of impeachment against Belknap with
of the Military Department, which is a good ff to sulrt including 3Ian.li
advantage to her; but she may lose some of
these; other towns may spring up in Yavapai
County with equal advantages in regard to
climate, and if they have enterprising public
spirited men to back them the result will
be surprising. What does Prescott need to
sustain her and make her the town of the
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nus u:a suomiuea 10 me iwara oi super- Territory? Why in the first place an extcn
visors, asking that body to provide a way jve business thatdocs not stopat triffle, in
and means for the opening and building of the next nlace irood schools and churches
such a road. The Board having given the make it a desirable place to emigrate to, and promise to furnish Henry Clews in advance,
project no little consideration, after obtain- we should not let any public improvement information us to Treasury gold sales in re-
iug taumaies oi me prooaDie costolconsu- drag along until we are forced from sheer turn for contributions to carrv the election
mating such a road as will answer the re- necessity to action. The business of Yava- 1S72. Boutweil said he had never heard
quirements contemplated, are inclined to nai Countv jn the main win be mininir. and of it and knew nothing about it. Henrv
to develop the mines we must have good
wagon roads leading out to the main
thoroughfares. A road from Prescott to the
vicinity of the Bradshaw and Peck mines
within the week.
Xew York, March 19. General Schenck is
ai uie urevoort liouse, he had manv
callers to-day but declined to talk with re
porters. F.-Senator Stewart, has arrived
from California and with Ex-Minister
Schenck will be heard before the committee
on Foreign affair.
The Heralds special says Senator Bout-
well was interviewed concerning his alleged
the opinion that the means at their disposal
are far from being adequate to the accom
plishmentof the undertaking. The estimates
furnished the Board, show that it will take
all the way from $10,000 to $20,000 to con
struct a road from Prescott to Battle Flat,
which is a sum for beynd their reach with
the means at hand.
The Board have considered that they have
authority to lay out, construct and manage
public roads, etc., within the county, in all
cases where the law does not otherwise pro
vide, but where the law makes provision for
the location construction and maintain ance
of puolic roads, as is done by Chapter 7, of
our laws, their line of duty restricts their ac
tion to the terms and requirements of the
8tatute, and which they are notsafe in going
beyond. It -seems, the manner of proceed
ing under the provisions of the Statute, is
for the Board of Supervisors to declare
County roads, to create road districts and ap
point road overseers therein, with certain du
ties, powers and compensations, to meet the
The mill at Hackbcrry is running success
fully. Quite a large shipment of bullion was
made by 3Iessrs. Breon & Spear, a few days
The mill at the Park has been running on
Hacktcmr ore lately, but started in oa Key-
j stone ire again last night.
The main .-haft of the Keystone mine is
Mr. Paul Breon of Camp Mohave was at
Mineral Park last week, accompanied by
Dr. Liwrence, post surgeon, who designs
establiihinL' himself at the Park, in the
practice of his profession, in connection
with Dr. Reese, now at Cerbat.
Judge Logan of Greenwood was at Mine
ral Park yesterday. He reports the mill at
Greenwood as turning out plenty of bullion,
and the mines in that vicinity and Mc
Crackin Hill as looking well as usual.
A miner, named Wesley Wrickets, of
Hackberrv, went crazv a short time since.
He was examined before the Probate Judge
to-day and will soon be sent to Stockton.
Cal., to the Asylum.
W. M. Kider has started a weekly express
and p:irenger line between Mineral Park
Messrs. E. Martin Smith, and W. Towle
came from Hackberrv to the Park yesterday.
There are more dirtv-looking men at
costs, expenses etc., of constructing public
roads. The Board of Supervisors shall have vcura hence,
power to levy a property tax, which shall
not exceed ten ccnt3 on each one hundred Judge Dunne Removes to New Mex-
Clews, in a letter to the Herald savs the au
thor of the report is an infamous liar.
Jackson. Cal., March 10. Ben. Thome,
Ex-Shcrin"of Calt-varas Countv, Ex-Deputv
has become a public necessity, as one of the Sheriff, Fen Rose of Amador, John Vogan,
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many roads that must sooner or latter be enn, ana ouiers, tins morning arrested Minnr-il park: than in anv other place of its
Duilt even-oneacKnowieogcs, ana it rrescott "Kiovx nine notorious stage robber, J oa- s;ze jn t,e Territory, and -water is cheap,
hesitates, and goes to sleep over a little 20 qum, aims, Anton. only four ceats r gallon, delivered
mile wagon road that they must build soon, oacramcnto, .March 19. The assembly Ju- jrr Hughes has entered upon his duties
and that if once built will return the invest- aician committee to-day instructed their as aenc of the California and Arizona Stage
ment ten fold, she won't need to go through Chairman to report back the newspaper ste- Comnanv. at the Park. A buildin
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uie ceremony ot aismcorporation, it win nature om wiui a recommendation that it do
come as a natural sequence in time. If the not Pss- The retraction bill was not
letter of the law does not sav build roads reached,
wherever needed in the Countv the spirit of Washington, March 20. In continuation
of the law does, and that should govern the f the War department investigations, IV
interpretation thereof. The people do not Scott Smith, correspondent of tlie New York sufficiently to warrant their putting
want toll roads if they can avoid them but Evening Post, appeared More the committee coaches and reducing rates generally.
they are better than none; the citizens of j with reterence to a telegram from him to
Prescott should assemble and decide to that paper to the effect that ten thousand
build the road; they should ask the County ialiars of the money paid Pendleton for get-
to build it immediately, and if necessary j ring-thc Kentucky contract Railway claim
"aici; m uift.c me iuau uu ui uiu uauiu ui auunuu Weill UirCCUV to Jlr?. liOWtTS, now
the Supervisors if the Legislature fails to Mrs. Belknap, and that a prominent lawyer
G xi - .a i. r x r i it .
conorm ine acts oi uie oupen isors two i saia uie case was a clear one aud it would be
3Iain street, belonging to Mr. Dowling, has
been fitted up as an ollice by the C. and A.
Stage Co. Their business in this vicinity
seems to be on the increase. It is thought
that their business will soon be increased
reducing rates generall;
Jn the DUairt Court. Third 'Judicial Dfctiiet. Yrrl
Trsr JirUrflX xnA SoLOKOX J.ICKS6X. WMtf vm
tier tbe rm same ud style uf JacVsoa i. Oroiber, Fills.
Moses LovcJor, Defrotlaat.
Artioo brou'hlin the Diftrirt Cnrt of tb third ju.l'cil
dbtrkt in a3 lot the ccuaty uriarapst xa th Tent'
torr of Anroaa.
TJk Ttmtoiy f Jlrizma tendt grttting to Mutt
Yoa arc hereby summoned acd required to appear in
an action bruuffht against vva by the aboye axm.d plain.
tiff in the diiet eunrt of the third judicial district in
t.r the nafiir of l ararxu. in the 1 erritory of Art-
x.nia, nod aaswr the eoaiHatnt fi!J wh the clerk of
this ewnr at lrecott. in som coumy. a crpy u woira
cmplaint aconnjanies this suramons). milan twenty
days (exelOMTe o me iay oi k-i ' it--v m iirc
upon you of thin summon if wrred in this runty. but
it rTed oot of the county and within this d-Mrict. then
vithin thlnvdai-s: in all otbtT cases tony says, am
ivn m herebv lmtified that if Ton il t appear and aa
iwer the complaint a aNve rrui.1. the pUintiffs Kill
takejud.rinenti5ainstyoubydeiultfor the sum of six
hundred andforsv-twoa-d 13-100 (SCJ2.12 dollars. tb
same belnf the balance doe oo aco-uat, aad costs ana
disbure!u-nrr in this behalf expended.
lliren nndrr oiv han-i and the seal of the said
lus.l DUtrict court at Prcsvutt, this 16th day vf
HTch, A. I. 1S7&.
WILLIAM WII.KERSOX. Clerk.
JOH.v Howard Ej., Atty. for riffv xnr24.i0
Application for Patent.
U. 5. Land Omce,
rtJacOTT. A T March 24th, lc7&
Votire is herebr riven that Wlliaan Gavin, whose
psstoffice aldreis Ircsott, VaTapai county, Arizona
Trrritorr, has this dar nade application throrLrh this of
See for U. S. ratent for fifteen hundred (1S00) linear feet
ot the Gopher Tein or lode, beariog gold and silver, with
surface CTonnd six hundred (600J feet in wHih, situated
in Hiff Buff Mining District County of Yavapai and Ter
ritory of Arizuna. and described in the plat and Geld notes
now on file in this office, as follows, vix: Berinninrat a,
monument nf stons 3x3 feet sqcare at base and 3ft 61 n.
hijrh, N JKKiS' VT 4Mi chains from northeast corner of
discovery shaft ; thence S li iff W 1 1 36 chains to moa-
monument a rockr ledce on Freetwrt ltutte. marked X oo
the north side, bears S 1 1 5 east 1 W0 feet distant ; tbenre
S 60 (H. 9.09 chains to rci.nuruent X. 3. at the SE Cor
ner of c'aitn ; from this monument a rocky ledffeon free
prt Itutto. marked X on north side, bears S 6 47 W
1750 feet distant; tbeace N 22l& E. '".72J chains to
monument X. 3 at NK corner of claim ; thence N ftW
V, 9.00 chains to monunent No. 4. at the SW corner of
claim ; thence i 399SC XV, 1IJ15 chains to point of be jpn
nlcf, containing 20.GS acres.
Anvand all perwns rlaimlnirailverselT anv portion oi
sata liopuer mine or fa:a mtamir eruuna, as cereinbetore
described, are required to file their adverse cUims with
the ltejcister of the t . S. Land Office, at 1'rescott. Yava
pal County, Arizona Tcrritorj. dunuj- the sixty days of
punhcatton hereof, or tltey wtll be barred try virtue ol the
provisions of the statutes. WILLIAM X. KELLY,
JOHN Gr. CAMPBBl
"WTiotesale and R(
xxLn cosTA.vn-T os hand a la not th
Groceries &. Proviio B
WINES, LIQTJ j
TOBACCOS AiVD CIGA) O'N-
DRY GOODS, CLOTH
HATS, HOOTS & SHOM
T.ADTTyt DRESS GOODS
TiADTF AND GENTS
MINING 1c FARMING TOOlJlJ tTkl
saddlery; cutlery & haxsw
CHINAWARE, ' Jff
HOUSE FURNISHING Oi
In Prestott. March 0. 1?7S. of reneral delility, Eu-
pene Shrtie. a native of Ireland. Kd 55 years.
F. A. D. an casv matter for CI
at the facts. Smith refused to give the name
rif flin loTi-fyt I.. ii r . a i -n
dollars of real and personal proporty, in the ico.-We infer, from intimations in the Cit- IePf for whom a aubpasna has beea
.f 'j, t.-j. . . . , . iriatier, partner with Lvans, post trader at
In TreKott. March 13. 187ti, by H. II. Caftter. Trobate
Jude, Mtrshal E. Clinton and Teresa J. Uu tierces.
Near I'liociix. Arizinx March H. 1S76, br Eev. Alex.
Groves. Mr. L. H. Orme to Mis M. F. Grrenhaw.
il.Ii M.U cal. a itr iui 'i if miih ii ri i i rv i nn un in r ti ssm i i ii fi ms sinvtn rtr n m a ivpii t im 11 n v-i vn .
ncr, as other property taxes arc levied and cast his lot with the people of New Mexico. ' J. ....l. pa
M-iA ,k i l. -j , ,, I .lL r - -uarsii at tlie rate of $12,000 a vear for two
collected, shall be paid into the County man ever came to Arizona with fairer , , !
In Verdii Valley. March 10. lfi76. to the wife of T.
BrtiUir, a son.
Treasury for the benefit of public roads ly- prospects, better friends or more favorable thereafter unt;t April jg75
The Postofficc Department committee to
day heard the testimony of II. L. Johnson,
chief of Dock and Bay Divisions which
created a suspicion that Mix fc Co., contrac
tors for supplying' that Department have ob-
ing in the township from which the same I opportunities for placing himself, not only
was collected, and the sum thus collected at the head of the Judiciary of the Terri
shall be divided among theseeral road did- tory, to which his commission as Chief Jus
tricta of the township and expended in the tice at once advanced him, but to the leader
improvement of the roads in oaM district ship of public sentiment and to any official
Additional revenue may be raised by re- or social position to which it might have
quiring from every male inhabitant over 21 been his ambition to aspire; but he threw
and under 50 years of age, a payment of $2 them all away, went back on his friends,
annually, or perform one days labor, in place contradicted his own former liberal record,
and stead thereof, on the public highways espoused the cause of the enemies of free
within their respective road districts. "With schools, and of those who would make the
uch means only at the disposal of the Board state subservient to the church, defied the au
of Supervisors, taken in connection with thority he had invoked to place him in an
the fact of the very scattering 2 subjects in honorable position, outraged the principles
the section of country which will come and precepts of the platform of nis party
within the road district, if such be establish- and as a natural consequence is deposed and
ed, for the purpose of constructing the road goes to seek another field where perchance,
in question, it looks very much as if we are the people will lend a more willing ear to
to have a road in that direction at all, in the the ultramontane doctrines of which hehas
absence of special legislation it must be of late become so ardent an advocate as to
built by private enterprise and manipula- endeavor to incorporate into, and make the
tion, a joint stock company gotten up under chief cornerstone of this political fabric of
the law regulating such organizations, and a ours. "We had hoped for a better tcrmina-
fair rate of toll charged, etc., etc., etc. tion of his career in Arizona, and that he
Such an enterprise ought to pay, and bus- would open his eyes and see the darkness in-
incss men of Prescott can well afford to sub- to which he was endeavoring to lead others
sidize a company so as to make it pay hand- but blindness seemed to have struck him
Bomcly. We would not become an alarmist and there was no cure for it. That he was
without cause, but as sure as fate the trade honest in the Jesuitical doctrine that "the
of Peck and Bradshaw can only be retained end justifies the means"' will now hardly be
by the building of a road, othcrwiso it will doubted. He has died for his faith politi-
soek an outlet to the South and leave us for- callv and sociallv and in that he has exhib-
cver. If those having thousands at stake, ited a tenacity and adhcrance to the require
TVJierC WC nriVOnnlV hlinnrnna Pin w : I manta gC Pnofrr.iff l.nf lt tlA itirnnni I
it WOUld Seem if U nhl n. tn n tW rchioh catnJnnrl tho olH mnrt.rc -,rt P80" 0t ,,0th U CflgagCCl for the
buttrehamnlwnr.fi.lf ht u k- 1 Li:-i f.;. i:..,;n " ax. montI'3 h? importers of coolies
.".."-I ,. . , Z . , , , J V,," 6 T . 1,,e act,on of tlie Board excites
yiuav a wiuiim), w us lnamciuauy, to he oi mcir cnurcu amia uie norrors oi cracK-
ling laggots. A friend writing us not long
since aptly illustrates it in this way: He
says that it appears as if Christians when
their church is involved feel it a duty to lie
in her behalf, and quiet their conciences
with the conviction that they are lying
for God. "We do not introduce this as an
exactly analagous case to the one under con
GRAND LOTTERY ! !
RARE CHANCE ! !
Valuable lining Property !
To ba Held lu Prescott
MAECH 25TH, 1ST.
tained important advantages by employing Really bi Business,
as AttorneyGeneral Earl, Assistant Postmas
The Treasury Department has received
from San Francisco, during the present
week, fourteen tons of silver coin
in anticipation of commencing the cir
culation of silver.
Boston, March 20. Nearly all the mem
bers of the Legislature without regard to
party have signed a petition urging the con
firmation of Dana, as Minister to England.
San Franckco, -March 21. Telegrams
from the South report heavy rains along the
Gulf Coast and considerable damage in Lou
isiana, Georgia and Mississippi. Snow
storms have prevailed in North Carolina and
San Francisco. March 21. The Board of
Supervisors last night unanimously adopted a
recommendation to the Mayor to appoint a
committee of citizens who shall call a mass
meeting for the expression of public senti
ment, and to choose a deputation to repre
sent the matter of Chinese immigration to
Congress in the most forcible manner pos
sible. Tlie last steamer brought over 1,000
Chinese from China, and the entire steerage
An undivided one-half interest in 1.500 feet each la the
First Sontb Extension or the "Peck" and "O.-eWi.nt.'
J lo-atrU Jnne 25 leT5, and recorded July 12; li73. as the
'Chandler" and ' Genera! Kauti" claims, by U.S. Lount
aim itco. upiyiie.
I As3833ment Work Done until June 25th,
A. D. 1877. Title Perfect.
150 TICKETS AT S10 EACH.
This is the valuable mininir prortertr of D. S. Tnnt
nl AVe renpectfiilly inform the I'uldlo of who. on account of ill-health, desires to return to Califor
nia wiuiour, neiay.
1 he IJronrim; will be conducted in the usual Lott'rr
. u-'.uo muoj iucir own jmijr.es. t ne
The C. O. J). Store
tills vicinity that we have opened with a
NEW AND COMPLETE STOCK
murdered alone, as if a thousand had been
slain with us. In such a case company is
D I I j
Mr. A. C. Bagwell baa bown us a letter Jrotn
Kans&i, in which It is Matcl tbat A. C. Stall aud
bis son, O. Stall, have written from Prescott to
tbeir friends in Kansas, to tbe effect tbat there is
not mn acre of farming laud la Arizona, fand the
eon stated in bis letter tbat there was notblur; sidcration but it is another illustration of
ncreiorawpramrr man to do, nor nothing to the doctrino that the end justifies the means,
Tbe Stall, aud Bagwell have been workinr fnd e to point the fallacy of resort-
together during the fall and winler, in the wood 1D 10 bad mean3 to accomplish good ends,
and sbinjile business, and Mr. Bagwell informs as 8Ucn 85 Judge Dunne attempted, to employ
that there bas not becu a day since their arrival when he would have destroyed the common
in the country when they have not had all they school system of Arizona in order to build
could do, and tbat within the past nine weeks n i,:a i,w.r,
f rSof inarlA C?lt I
!.; Mnvu mnuc VUIU,
t . f m
io one ciaims Arizona m a larmlnc country. Want of room orevents a from noticing nmn.
but that there are good farming lands in If, and Urlythe immense amountt of coods tbat have
In many localities considerable quantities, is toe arrived during th week. L. Basbford & Co.
well established to require further comment.
The fact seems to be tbat these parties have
wilfully misrepresented the case.
The Pore Wax lTSEir. E. S. Junior sent in
to us by Dan Thome, on Monday, & pocket-
piece of nearly pure horn sliver, whittled round
as a marble and something over an inch in diame-
have received several loads from Ehrenberg. J.
G. Campbell received a large lot of flour from
Veil's mill, Salt River; and Anders fc Rowe's
long looked for groceries, etc., from Colton,
came yc&teiday. Read their advertisement in
New York, March 21. Marsh has arrived
from Montreal and goes to Washington to
night to give cvidericc in the Belknap case
Washington, Marich 21. General Schenck
was before the committee on foreign affairs
to-day giving a history of hi? connection
with the Emma Mining Cumpanv.
San Francisco, March 21. The Centra
Pacific having just lifted its snow blockade.
the Union Pacific is now blockaded between
Kawhn s and Bitter creek. The telegraphs
arc down and no dispatches from the east
Washington, March 22. Senate commit
tee on foreign relations report adversely to
Dana's confirmation as Minister io England.
San Francisco, March 22. Gold in New
York 114. Greenbacks in San Francisco,
Washington, March 22. The parties arc
still straggling before the Senate R. R. com
mittee with the chances in favor of Scott.
Col. James G. Fair, Superintendent of the
Consolidated Virginia mine, has made
proposition to furnish the United States
Z. Rochon. an experienced stock man. bis
ter. This beautiful specimen came from the arrived from California with slxty.fire fine Span- Treasury with sixty millions of gold and
bottom of the 160-foot shaft In the Peck mine, lh and French marino bucks, selected espe-
andisa pariot tbe large and immensely rich
body of ore recently struck, and of which we and
or correspondent had considerable to say last
week. Huch obliged.
daily for this climate, lis will hare a few
as a sample, at Carpenter's corral, on and after
Wednesday next. Sheep men should make a
note of this.
Otto Each Is baring a alee and convenient
house built on bis ranch on Groom's Creek. Tbe
froatoriaala bnildlnf; being 14x27, with an ell
4x36, wftb parlor, dialag room, bed and bath
rooms, kitchen, porches, etc
silver bullion within 18 months and to take
U. S. bonds for the same; rate of interest not
stated. Tlie proposition is now under con
sideration. Tuoon, March 21. A 3Ic.ican General
Wiley W. Standller, who has been out with representing the Federal government has ar-
bls stock all winter, came to town a few rived at Guayraas at the head of iroverninent
days since and is enjoying himself among his troop3 issucd a proclamation to the con
friend here, of whom he has a host. ,, n.irt', ,si-; i,m ,
ties and meet him in consultation at Guay-
crushlng trora fifteen to twenty tons per day mas- e wishes each party to CJCplam their
Auction Saul Fisher will sell te-morrow.
in addUioB to tbe good already advertised, fire ten 650-ponnd stamps dropping seventy times to grievancies to him with a view to theirsettlc-
Araeflcaa horses, obc "wagoa, and a dw assort- j asmtte They sow hare aboat twice
jaent oCcrockery and glass-ware.
JtiJge C. T. IlayilflB, who has been East, has
wrkfcea to Jadge Brooks thathe is oa his way
taaeb water &a they can ase and a pjopcct for a
long run la the Eprisg.
C. C. Bsaa is expected here to-night, and Mr.
F. W. Blake's fatally oa the 2d of April. :
ment without further fichtinc
Camp Grant. March 20. Advices from
San Carlos say that 15 Indian police under
guide Bufford made a scout into Tonto Basin
; on the 6th of March and killed 16 and capt-
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urea vt jrenegaue inaians.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, LIQUORS ;
FURNISHING AND OUTFITTING GOODS OF ALL KINDS.
Which will t sold at
Ti O W E R RATES
Than ever before attempted by the trade
of this section.
AXDKRS & HOWE,
South Hide Plasut, Proseott, Arizontu
JAS. IVX. BARNEY,
Tlie Elirciiherg' Brancti of
his General Mercantile and
Forwarding1 Business; Re-opening-
with the most com.
plctc assortment of Gener
al Merchandise ; Receives
and forwards consignments
by river, rail and wagon.
See Advertisement for par
ticulars'. Call on or address
him, for tcrnm, at Ehrcn
bcr? aud Yuma, Arizona,
and San Francisco, Cal.
manner and place of drawing gTen hrrealter throurh the
TickeU tube had at the rriocipal business housrs. or of
1). S. I.UUN'T,
Keb. ie, 1876. and J. L. FisilElt, AgroU
I will sell at tho lata resideace of V. I'renrh on r...r.
tez street. cummeticiD on
Saturday, March 25, 1S76,
One of the largest asportwenls of goods Ter offered In
this market, consisting in part of
O h rnmnc
Tobacco, ' '
Class & Tinware,
BOOKS, HARNESS, FIREARMS,
PATENT IJEER COOLEK,
Electric Battery, Show Case.
Fipes, Fairbank's Scales,
Notions, Etc., Etc.
Tbe sale will b continued each K.itnn4nf r..:i i.
tire ukU disposed t. ' "a
VARNISH, 1 iw
WALIi PAPER, jear.
WINDOW SHADES, 4 ttarc
LITHOGRAPHS AND CHROMA fr??'
DRUGS. MEDICDTM x
PERFUMER?, . t 51
TOILET ARTICLES. '
ETC.. ETC., ETC.
iy A competeat tinner, canstanUr 5r5,r i T
make all kiads f Tin, Copper, and Sheetiroa work. i.Star
Jebbing la this Irne promptly attended to. "s .hU T
JOHN O. CAlIPBm;, ;,
Prescott. Arutoita. September i. 1874. 'CarH
' ; schot
BONES & FOSTER
X MOXTKZUMA ST., two doors south of C! brick
ffer, at bed-rock prices, tbeir Ceatennfal if)ee
ew brand of CIO AUS. Specialty Wholesale Al Bre'i
obbj- pipes mecschanm and wood, tobacco pn4Tc
.... 1s Ui
xquUitely fiarored rine-cnt tobacco, la bull, teittgi
xtra flae brands of plus;, and best long-cot tota'
rookinjr tobacco, of all kinds, fines! in tbe Mitt .'
uperior cigarrittas, made of the finest Harass teestfttllfei:
, a large stock of CANDIES AND FJHJITS. ofri',
request consignments are received by fast coatsrcei
rutts fresh from Southern California orchards coafeUf
Splendid clear honey, fin- nu's; figs. raitins.ritmM,,
wiss and Limburgercheese, dried currants and prsm
anges, leraorj, limes, apples, pears, grapes, ikftAO
Hres, sardines, anchotirs, IloUand herring, tifls,
o those desiring to make a comfurtable trip
be 4-IIorse Passenger Coaches of Uooes & Ti
stra inducements. TbVy make regular trips, gtzjtfkO
HAY AND STOCK RANCH FOR SALE.
Prescott, March 10, 1677.
J. U FISHER. Auctioneer.
Situated in Williamson Valley.. Flentr of water.
ranee, timber, Hons marry. tr, Aboat eo acres In bot
tom of ralley, with Mater at all times. Two to six feet
of toil tupotfor for AIIaI&i or corn. ISO acres good
corn land. Hay tbe present season will pny fur the ranch
and cost of cutting. A great bargain. Enquire at this
rrcscott, Msrch 18, 1876.
POINT OF ROCKS LIME KILNS,
A. S. Clou?h, Proprietor.
LIME t,..j i ,. .
r s. Ji.Il. LAVFR A
Monts-Ztim .Qfof TW t. '
To B. R. Adams, or any person rr persons dririrg title
oy aeea iron mo onginai locautrs it trie uonsor ledre.
i I : . :. . r i , i . ; ... . . . . .
i'wbwi Triu. imM.ni iu it jtiiaiog iyisinci, JJO-
hare county, Arizona:
Yoa am bet eby notified that il you do not, within nine-
' days trom toe aate of this notice, pay to tbe under
med or to Breon &z Spear, at Mineral Park. A. T.
yuurproportioal part of the expenses incurred oa said
nune or location, as required by tbe Congressional law.
approTca jiay iu. ic-. me uaaerstgneu will claim a-Sor-fciture
of your interest in said mine.
Mineral Patk. A. T March 21. 1676.
Wood of all lengths and qualities nt our YAItn
si.T ' ,.A ..,f . ."f """Pn ilee's shoo.
a V'tus ifik WIUI Ij. lUinilirrl A- rrt ... t.i
Citr Eirre. will t-T.." ...rV"1 ",ul PP-
- ' j.--.uj utcaara io.
tt, January 7. 1876. T' MCKRAY'
Notice to Shippers.
Notice of Preemption.
This it to notify all whom it may concern that I claim
one hundred and sixty acres (ICO) ot land forngricultrual,
mining, grazing and lulling purposes. Including all wa
ter. t'mW-r. grtss. Slc, that may b within its boundaries,
situated ira tbit Hasmyarspa Hirer, about feren and one
half Cili mil above Smith's milL and about two rZ)
miles below Brill and Ram box' Ranch, in Tarajial cooa.
ty, Arizona Territory, and boanded as foUvws, to wit:
Commencing .it a point In a mound of rucks on the west
bank of the Hsssayampa asd near the lower end of an
old ditch, and running thence cast across the Hasaaram
pa bottom SO chains to a stake ; theoee north 40 chains to
a stake; these e west across tbe Uassayampa ralley 40
chains to srot!er stake rn the west side of the Hassayara
pa ralley : tMooe iteath 40 chains to astase ; theaoa 20
chains to tbe place of beginning.
l aTapai oiaaty, Arizona Territory, .March 'JO. lrJ76.
NOTX ExrUiXATOKT Thk ranch was located ia 1P71
by Ihe said Andrew Staoffer. asd be has beea in coctin
ual porsesrea tf th saae op to this time. rarl M
The nnilenu'imt .t.. x i . ..... .
mrMAWi t Z. 7. !. . '""' lacumes ior lana
gnHd9 Jraniportaton to all toints ia Northern and Central Ari-
i icjwruiupre ail wanness in mir line entrust
ed to our care prompt attention. Teams at Ehrenbeig on
5. C. MILLER Sc. BUO "
arrival of Steamers.
An Agent at Ehrtnberg.
Of Every Class and Kind,
Always on haa and fur sale, at the Ml.tcu offlce, at
pnnes such as bo lawyer, astiw f the pemc or other
olfier can reasonably find fault with.
ROAD STATION RECEIPTS,
, PRZZITED TBI DUE FORM
FOR SALE AT aitXER OFFICE.
,UKK WEED EEMEDT 01 0REGO mri
aao Caw. at DH. KENDALL'S Vram StoA
very night at good stations, giving oppoftunltiejk--.,,
Sefreshing sleep, and ample time for meals. OrJcrsvHllSt i
eceive prompt attention, i: left at the above addrm-1'8 '
The building formerly occupied by L. Bashford i Cs.tMtl
Gurley street, Prescott, Ve harecorertclinto U
and fitted. It up with everything requisite for a ' ulltl
European JPlan, f ?
country?rnUhed W:,h CTer3r,b5t,e t can be had ia ty oal
New and Clean Beds for Lodgers, Sn
Elegant Rooms for Families.,1;
,?of,he.I,i;D.LEy.nouSE,nr i'rol ur-torce
"wciiiiugcniiein.imy treatment. 4ni.
. , WILLIAMS &. DUIJLEY. ,
IVescott, February 25, 167S. .be v
SILSBEE & JUNE, !
Carriage and v '"
ORNAMENTAL PAINTING, QKAINLTfOork
All Work restive to the Business executed k
FIRST-CLASS STYLE pftb
tar AHD Ofl JEASOUHX TEMttJ
Shop In the old Prescott House, Graait
. Street, Preacott. A. T. wU
HARiVESS A IS" D SADDLE
2VE -A. K E E.
r zooe at tne acorv r ti
est Notice. wt!c
SHOP OF QgjJiiTE BTBstlawsT's eld Bfco
The Sweetest Kind of
And the Nicest and FreshifJ
A Large Invoice Just Beceived tt XeUyi
X W.DAVIS. - - - A.HEWTON. ' xr
CALL AND SEE THEM AND TOTJ WILL
rine Club Boom Attached.
mA MAQVOLIA WATTTR wnimi vs"Tt
aad the best WEIGHTS COUXixz. Fresh aad Gni- ts
4sV ulae, at OR, KENDALL. -rv, t. ttm.iVl
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