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"What Tom Brown Says.
JFrotn tbe (Pueblo) Colorado Chleftain.l
' Editor CniEtTAiK: Having crossed the
'Rubicon anfl burned my boats, a certain
respect for many in Pueblo nd vicinity, to
whom I would vrrito if time and opportu
nity permitted, impels me to send you this
epistle, which I hope you will give a place
in your columns. With my kind wishes
for you all, and hoping if any of you live to
see 'another centennial year, you may see
more honest men and fewer rogues in ofiice
I-cannot exclaim like Oesar: Vim, vidi,
rici, but I have met, have fought, and hope
to conquer. Think I am in a fair way of it
I see that some eastern man who has trav
r,A in A r?7fn?i rnns it in his lecture the
"Wonderland." It is truly a land of won
ders, wonderful in extent and richness, in
ancient mines anu wimucra, i anuCa
;nr. n'i.im.u -is n stock or ?razimr country
ii mnt of nil. the wonderful mineral
rrnoiih nf tin; Tcrritorr. Arizona is rich
and independent within herself; her great
varietv of soil and climate is capable of
producing anything and everything that
can be raised in America. You can suit
yourself in any kind of climate you wish,
regulated usually by the altitude of thn. por
tion. I have seen almost every imagina
ble production grown successfully in dif-
fe'rent parts of Arizona. I have seen splen
did wheat, corn, oak, barley, potatoes, tur
nips, cabbage, and everything in the vegeta
ble line; sugar-cane, peaches, apples, grapes,
and in fact everything which has been
tilled. I have seen the healthiest country,
I believe, in North America, the most de
sirable and pleasant climate in winter and
summer; I have seen cattle, horses and sheep
as fat in the spring after running at large
all winter, as 1 ever saw in any country at
any time, I have seen the most inviting and
most desirable country for the poor man
and where men can live well and with less
effort than in any other country I ever saw,
and I have been north, south, east and west.
I have seen men who have gotten rich in
this country, and many who chooso to re
main poor. I have seen many leaving and
cursing the country and many poor coming
und praising it. California, Nevada, Utah
and the Eastern States are pouring their
floods of immigration forward. Arizona
will soon have the requisite population for
a State, without the aid of that sucker Con
gressman who introduced a bill to tack it on
to New Nexico, and will take her place in
due Hino as second only to California, of
the Pacific States.
A word of personal matters and I am
done. I hope and trust those indebted to
mo honestly and justly in Pueblo and
vicinity will pay over such amounts to
".cither of the following gentlemen: Mr.
v 'George ITass or J. V. Andrews, and will
not take any advantage of my absence, as I
' don't intend to take advantage of anything
In the mean time, any one wishing to
write me may t-end as follows: Camp
Hualpai P. 0., via Oaks and Willows and
Mount Hope mail, and would be pleased to
hear from any one on business or other
wise. Now Captain, if you will send me
the Weekly Chieftain, the first potatoes I
turn off my ranch this fall I will remit you
amount of subscription. Believe me Iused to
read the Chieftain with ai much regularity
while in Pueblo as I took my meals or bit
ters, but have quit the latter part since I
came West That's so Doc.
.Mount Hope, Yavapai Co., A. T., Juno 5.
Discount ox Silver Bullion. We have
been shown a letter from a mercantile firm
i'in Rnn PmnrMsnn. dated .Tulv 8. which savs:
"Discount on silver bars to-day, is from 25
to 27 cents. We have seen nothing else, to
warrant the belief that silver will remain at
anysuch ruinous discount as this, and if the
late report be true that the Bonanza mines are
"petering out," the check in the supply
will certainly bring it up again, and that
Dry Goods and Clothing:,
;BOOTS J-JSTU SHOES,
'.VINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS,
Cheap for Cash.
Produce of the couatry bought at best
Granite St, corner of Goodwin.
naving returned from San F.rancisco, after having
elected and now rceeived a choice assortment of the
Which lie now offers to the publio by the
Bottle, Qiutrt or Gallon.
' The stock comprises
Kentucky an l Bourbon Whisky
. HOLLAT GIN, WHITE WINES,
. CLARETS and CHAMPAGNES,
Assorted Syrups, Bitters, Absynthe, Ver
mouth, eta, etc.
" "No" Humbug Call and See.
. C GERARD.
June 23, 1S7k
' THE POST TRADER'S STORE,
FORT WHIPPLE, ARIZONA,
KEET8 rOB SALE
CAN FRUITS, CLOTHING,
BOOTS -A.3ST3D SHOES,
TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC.
; . BOWERS & RICUARDS.rroprietor
j. - PBINTED BIi-A.lSrK:S
location of Milling Claivis,
v FOR SALE AT THE MINER OFFICE.
So Trowector'cr Miner should go loto the country
.ifboni m mrcflv of & tie verr'b&BdT vA ccmcLlready-
jEide notice. '
Carvr Main t First SU 304 California Strut,
Vcju, Aiuzosa. Sax FuAseiaco, Cal.
JAMES M. BARNEY,
Successor to the late firm of
W-M. B. HOOPER & CO
Cuntinurs the Rusinet io
ARIZONA AND CALIFORNIA,
Importer & "Wholesale
A X D
Will carry a full prime stock of
SADDLERY, & MINING MATERIALS,
Selected to exactly suit
Merchants, Ranchers, Station
Keepers, Freighters, and
Miners of Arizona
c.i:..:. A..inn v.. rrwc nml iriRtirpR ijiiisf.ir.tion : FOR-
IIIIVii.VlU(.f.ii't " .
WARDS freight anil merchandise to any part of the
World, insuring, H nesircu ; uuys. or imura aumiu,,
on all Arizona and Mexican produce.
The Sale of Ores and Minerals a Specialty.
Buys and Exchanges
GOLD & SILVER BULLION,
Gold Bust, Legal Tenders,
TJ. S. Treasury Drafts
SOLDIERS' WARRANTS AND VOUCHERS.
And Good Commercial Bills.
81'ECUt. ORDEKB WILL HE ATTENDED TO ltV THE
SAN FRANCISCO BRANCH HOUSE,
"With promptitude and fidelity
All Oiders and Commissions should he addressed to
JAMES M. BAEHEY,
February 4, 1S7G. Yuma. Arizona.
Yuma Xfci-ng- Store.
Wholesale and Retail
Main Street, Yuma, Arizona,
lias in store a full line of
PATE XT MEDICINES,
DKUGS, PERFUMERY, PAINTS,
Toilet Soap, Tooth Brushes,
And All Other Articles Usually Kept ia Drug Stores
Prescriptions put up with great rare.
Orders from the country solicited, with the assurance
V .rices. See., will be found satifactory.
YUMA NEWS DEPOT.
STATIONERY and BOOKS,
CUTLERY, FANCY GOODS,
CIGARS, Sz C-3ST3DIBS,
JRHc., Etc., Etc.
JAMES AHEGG, - - Proprictoi.
Main Street, Yuma, Arizona.
CtPAgency for the Arizona Miner.
STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S
kJtf, 20 days for Mexican Forts and the
mouin oi ine vjoioraao nivcr. conneci-
7eJLSSiS9i Dff with Kiver Boat. Agencies or tne
610 Piont St, San Francisco, California,
Yuma and Ehreuo rg, Arizona.
I. r'OLHAMUS. JR.,
December SI, 1S75. General Sup'L
E. 2V. FISH & CO.
Desire to inform the public, through the medium of the
MIKES, that their extensive stores and warehouses, at
In Pima County, Arizona, are always filled with fol
lines of such guods as are needed ia the Territory, and
their amp'e facilities for purchasinp; and receiving; goods,
enable them to fell better articles," for less money, than
any other firm la Southeastern Arizona.
In addition to regular store article s, they keep on hand
PINE LUMBER AND SHINGLES,
Mr Fish will be pleased to reoel ve calls from such citizens
oi Northern Arizona, Xew Mexico and California, as may
visit, or pass Tucson.
PIONEER NEWS DEPOT
Established 1S70, by
J. S. JktAH'SFEr.XJ. of TUCSOX,
NEWSPAPERS, AND MAGAZINES,
STATIOHEM CUTLERY, ClttRS MO TMACC0.. ETC.
'Orders for Beola 6ni Papers pram&U? Rtiasfol to.
V Agency for the ARKOKA MtXHR.
PRESCOTT POST OFFICE.
Arrivals and Departures of Mails.
AKUIVr- " CLOSES
Frfmi HalifOTia. Eastera States, and Southern Arizona.
Motdays and Thursdays. J Tuesday at 5 r.Jl. and Sat-
.Mineral Park, Cerhat and points in Mohave.
Saturdays I Mondays at 7 A. 11.
From Santa Fe fSevr Mexico), via Forts A mgate anJ
Defiance and Camp Verde.
Monday and Thursday Tuesday Friday. 8r.lt.
Fom Wiciecburg, via Walnut Grove, Bradshaw and
Saturdays at C r. M. Sundays at 6 A. M.
Ot5ce hours from S a. in. to 1 p.m.
Money order oJSce hours from 9 A. II. to 3 r. M.
rtecistratlon closes at 3 r. M.
Office open Sundays from 91 to 101 A. II.
Xo money orders issued or paid on Sundays.
fel2 tl THEO. W. OTIS, I . M.
AZTIAF LOBGE No. 177, F. & A. M.
Kceular jusetmrs oi tms iAay:e nu iuc i
Saturday oi eacu moaui, v u . . -.
p-t : v,..,k.on .m fmvm.lll-invited
A to'Ittand. GEO.D.KEXDALL,W.M.
wu. X. Kklly. Secretary.
T. S. Rurr. M. T). Cami'bell and "VV. H. willbcrakt,
I. 0. 0. P., ARIZONA LODGE No. 1.
Regular Meetings on first and third Sat-3t32sSW--
urdayofecch month, at Masonic Hall. Mem
hen of the Order, in good ftandinjr. are in
"'S&jrSV vltcd to attend. S. O. BAKER, X.G.
M. Masteuson, Secretary.
w All the nicest, frethest and best H.VIK PllErARA
HS TIONS: Pomades, Oils, Dyes, and Invigora
tors, Lubin's Genuine French Extract, Soaps. Powders
and Cosraetiques, can b had at
DR. KENDALL'S Pioneer Drug Store.
G. HATHAWAY. B. WALKER.
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES,
Granite St.. bet. Goodwin & Carlton.
HATHAWAY & WALKER, Proprietors.
Best livery horses and elegant vehicles at ail times and
at reasonable rates. Horses'boaided or bought and sold.
Hay and Grain always on hand.
HATHAWAY &. WALKER.
Prescott, Aiij. 20, 1875.
PaONtzER TBiM SHOP.
JOHN Gr. OAuTPBELL,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
ALL KINDS OF TINWARE.
....A XD ....
Worker in Sheet Metals
Of Every Description.
A Large Assortment of
Ooolving- and. Heating-
Suction, Force & Lifting Pumps3
IRON AND LEAD PIPE,
coupi,risrG3, JLTuno ws, etc.
CS5 Jobbing of all kinds promptly attended to.
ROBINSON & HILL,
Contra ctor s a n (I 33 nitlcrs
IN BRICK AND STONE.
Stone Catting, Plastering:, Cor
nishing, and nil ornamental
work in tlicselinc3 prompt
ly anil neatly executed.
Tombstone? and Marble Orna
ments made to order.
SMELTING FUUXACES. VAULTS, OVENS, AND
all kinds of brick and ttoao lvorV, and plastering-, built
jSfir Torms, Hsasonable.
ROBINSON & HILL.
Presce'tt, May 19. 1676
I hereby notify the public that I havo
OPENED HY NEW SHOP,
Corner Gurley & McCormick. Sts.,
And am now prepared to do all kinds of
13L ACKSMITHI TGJ
WAGON & CARRIAGE WORK,
Etc., Etc Etc.
lreseott. May 19, 1S76.
LARGE, NEW, GOMPJLETE
WAGON AND BLACKSMITH SHOPS
Gurley Street, Fronting on Granite,
All kinds of Blacksuitbinsr, Wagon-making and re
rairinc done.in rood style by
fbl5tf FRED G. BRECHT
FRESH MEAT AND VEGETABLES
PIONEER MEAT MARKET,
Montezuma Street, Prescott.
TM plenty of both, and you will sen be as strong a
an or, as fat as batter, end as stout, around the waist, aa
Presidential Quaker. O. HATHAWAY,
CALIFORNIA AND ARIZONA
Carrying U. S. Hail and Express.
On and after May 17th, IS70, this Company will run a
Four - Horse Coaches,
Seml-weeVly.carrj-InS.S. Mails, rasseugers and Ex
BV WAY OF
WICKENBTJRG AND EHRENBERG,
TO THE ...
TERMINUS SOUTHERN PACIFIC R.R.
Connecting with the Railroad for
Colton, San Bernardino L.os An
geics and San Francisco,
Also connecting at Wicienburg with our Line cf stages
Pfacenix, Camp McDowell, Mari
copa Wells, Kayden's Ferry
And at Florence with the Southern Pacific Mail Line for
Tucson, Fort Yuma, and all pointe in New
Mexico and Tesas.
U. S. Mail und Express for
Mineral Park, Cerbat and Eardyville.
nronarml to do a areneral Ex
press business to all parU of the United Stales. Special
attention given to the collection of Notes, Drafts and
letters. Government stamped envclupcs. with 'Weils,
. . t . .... -ii ........ ..r
t oxf.0 .V (JO. s irauKS, carrying iciiers io un yuita k uc
United States and the Cout'.nsnt, for sale at all our offices.
ti.a niTiti. w .tfu-Vii! witli ri'od horses and Concord
coaches. None but skillful drivers employed.
Stages leave for Terriinus of Railroad, t lorcoce, l uc
S')a :iud intcrmcdiato points
lies days and Saturdays
(aud will soon bo increased to every other day.) of caoh
For llardyville, Mineral Park and Cerbat,
Fare Cheaper tlian Iiy any other
Time, Prescott to Lo3 Angeles, 4 Days.
u u san Francisco, 6 Days
" Tucson, 2 Days.
For further iuformatioa in regard to the route, enquire
a our offices.
E. S. SEED, Agent Prescott.
P S. EMPEY, Agent Wickenburg.
E. O. C.RAXT, Apent Ehrenberg.
M.O. PAMPIIRY Seven Palms.
J. II. HUGHES, Agent San Rernardino.
GEO. PRIDHAM, Agent Los Ange'es.
G. 11. BERRY, Agont Phcenix.
Y.. X. FISH fc CO, Agent Florence.
FRANK STAPLES. Agent Tucson.
CHAS. C. HUGHES, Agent Mineral Park.
J. H. PiF.nsoN, James Sthwakt.
Secretary. General .Superintendent,
Vickenburg, Ariiona. San Bernardino, Cal.
SANTA FE AND PRESGOTT
Semi-Weekly Mail Line.
BucUioards leave Trcscott for Santa Fe
Every Wednesday and Saturday Morning
CARKYISG V. 5. MAIL AM) PASSEXfiCKS.
Fare to Santa Fe, $75. Time, 7 1-2 Days.
Distance. 500 Mile3.
Faro irom Santa Fe to St. Louis S10fi.00
Fare from Santa Fe to Chieaco 112.00
Faro from Santa Fe to Xew York 133.00
CJj?For particulars inquire at the Postoflieo.
WAYWARD & RAKER.
HOMES AMD FORTUNES FOR ALL !
Grand Distribution of Cash, Farms, Brick
Blocks, Residences, Sec, by tho Kansas
Land and Immigrant Association,
AUGUST 25, 187G.
Capital Stock 1,000,000 Dollars,
The Kansas Lin.l and Immigrant Association, of Atch
ison. Kansas an enterprise chartered by the state, inau
unrated nr.d inanneed bv men whose reputation for boa
esty. reliability and integrity stnnds unsullied, and who
have the hearty endorsement oi State and city officials
nnd citizens will, on the Olith day of August, 187C, mako
a grand distributisn t its shareholders of many valuable
awanin oi cash ana real estate. Hignest cash award,
$75,000. Lowest, 50. The real estate awards, consist
inp of choice farms, business houses, residences. Sic,
have been sclented from the most desirable nnd valuable
property in the State. Price of shares only 65.00 each.
Every shareholder will be fairlv represented at the dis
tribution. Tho chances offered to secure it home and a
fortune nro unprecedented. Distribution positive, Aug.
25, It ib. or money will be refunded in full.
Send in yonrorders.it once, so you may havo yonrnum
bcrs carefully registered. For n more rarticula'r descrip
tion of the enterprise, terms of agents, special offer to
clubs, and purchasers of two or more share, manner of
drawing, list of endorsers, and references, description of
Kansas, &c , See , send for their Hlnstratcd paper, the
"Kansas Immigrant." mailed free to any address. Send
eu r i
S- 31. STniCKT.m, Secyv
WEW ASSAY OFFICE.
THOMAS PRICE (formerly of the San Francisco As'
saying and Refining Works), having fitted up the old Pa'
ciflo Mail building, Xo. 504 Sanramento street, corner of
Leidesdorff, as an Assay Officii and Chemical Laboratory,
is now prepared to make assays of the precious and use
ful metals and tnelr ores, as well as completo or partial
analysis af all minerals, Salts, Waters, orothcrsabstances
that may bo desired.
His office will bo opined for business on Monday, May
1st, nnd ho hopes that his long residence and experience
ia his profession will entitle him to a reasonable portion of
the business of his friends and the public ireneraKy. jluin.
SAVE MONEY ! !
DO YOU WAXT A FIRST-CLASS GPS IF SO
send your name and address to us, statincr what kind of
gun is wanted, and also state what company or firm make
the gun wanted. We can send any Xinil of ritles or shot-
gnns ai icss innn Jiair wiiat oilicru charge.
It makes no difference t6 us who makes tha run want
cd, wa can supply-any kind. Don't nav vtrar monnr f.ir
worthless guns when you can get first-class guns at half
Wo warrant every Rtin we sell, and will re
fund the money if they are nor Srst-closa in nn- nnHin
ular. Send now. Give the nam of cun wanted and we
will give yc-a our price. Send stamp and address.
Jl21m3 rctcrsljnrj;, Xw York.
RANCHING IN WILLIAMSON VALLEY.
HORSES AXD MULES WILL BE RAXCIIED AT
Three Dollars per Month,
At my ranch in Williamson Valley
WILLIAM J. SIMMOXS.
Of Every Class and Kind,
Always on hani and for sale, at the Miser office, at
pr.ee suoh as no lawyer, last ice of thfl peac or other
officer can reasonably find fault with.
,TJSS WEED REMEDY OR OREGOJf EBEU
mauc viure, at uti. KfcIJALL'S Drug StO'
Tvro and one-half miles South of Prescott
Harlsg saxCoaplt'Al. and ia Toll Opjraticn, ny ntv
Sax-Mill, witb. its latest aprc-Ted cachinsry. coa
j:stiaffof SATvS, SHINGLE MACHINE, aad
PIAISES. I aa prepared., at tho shortest
notice, to fill all orders for the followia
iiads of Laraher, either at the Mill
or at ay Lusher Yard in. Pres
AND RUSTIC LUMBER,
Gasmgs, Mouldings, Panelings
OF THE FIX EST QUALITY.
In hort, Kvcrj-thlng iu my linb
FOB THE C OJNrSXJRU CTIOX
Terms Ca3h on Delivery.
4 tl n14 innt llV mill 1. or throuch tlie merrhant of
Prescott. will rccelVe prompt attention.
UlsVt If wuiw
Prescott, May 23, 1S75
"KHE CLIPPER IWiLLS
a T( Have etWblished a now
On tho West side of Giauite Creek,
Corner McCorniicfc & Gurley Sts.,
1 1ST PEESCOTT,
Whtre the proprietors, Messrs. WILKY &. CASEY, will
always have on hand all kinds of Uutltling luxnner.
The Mills are situated cicht miles south of Prescott. tn
the finest body of timber iu Yavapai County, and havo
Alwtiys on Hand.
t""IArticular nttentiou civen to enlers fr CLEAR
LUMI1ER, and bills will bo filled with dispatch.
Prescott, Xov. 19, 1S75.
THE PIONEER NULL
OF THE TERltlTORY,
FORMERLY QUARTZ MOl'XTAlX SA W-M ILL.)
ALL KINDS OF LUMBER.
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST.
Lumber at the yard, or delivered in town, at the fol
lowing raU s :
Merchantable, - - $30 per M.
Clear, - - - - 550 " "
And is constantly making the same suitable for all pur
Vp Orders left with G. Cornell or at the store ot Jo:m
G.'Campbell will be promptly filled.
Prescott, A. T., April 1. 167.1.
CHARLES T. H AYDEN.
Hayden Ferry, Maricopa County, A. T.,
EVERY VARIETY OF HERCKAIJDISE,
Proprietor of the Hayden Mills.
Flour of the Very Best Quality
From these Water Milb always ou hand. Also,
Cracked Barley for Feed for Animais.
Have on hand and for tale a large amount of
Homo Made Bacon, and Jjurd.
Freighters will Sad my
BLACKSMITH AND WAGON SHOPS
Well supplied with material for repairs.
CHARLES T. HAYDEX.
IIEZEKIAH r.ROOKS, Agent, Prescott, A. T. fel2 tf
TIENDA BAR AT J.
On the West Side of the Plaza,
PIICEMX, - - - ARIZONA.
A General Assortment
DRY GOODS,"- GROCERIES,
Roots and Shoes, Etc.,
For Sale Cheap.
Xig-s and jVIeclicines
An experienced drugffist always on hand tn compound
medicines and rut up proscriptions. E. IRVIXE.
January 7, 1676.
H. MORGAN & CO.
PHCENIX AND MORGAIfS PERRY
Maricopa County, Arizona Territory,
Our Motto: Quick Sales ami Small Profits.
Tram Tonto Springs, upper end of Skull Valley, obont
the 5th of July, one larce darV brown rcare mule, about
ten years old, with a small slit in the loft ear. mane lately
roacbed, full tail, no brands, barefooted. Also, one light
bay mare mule, partially blind in the right eye. long
hair on the back and belly, thin in order, mane roache d,
full tail and barefooted, and had ou halter with strap dono
up under the chin. Xo marls or brands remembered.
A reasonable reward will be paid for their delivery, or
Information concerning them, to me at Tnnto Springs or
Clay's Corral, or Brooke' Stable, Prescott.
V.'. D. HOUSE.
Tonto Springs, July 12, 1876.
Notice of Dissolution.
By mutual consent, about the firet of August we are to
dissolve tbe business partnership heretofore existing be
tween us. We desire to have all outstanding accounts
promptly settled, and shall ask a demand note for such as
are not. CRAM Sc OTIS.
Prescott, July 7, 1676.
' The undersigned has taken up a dark bay- mare, black
mane and tail, bind feet white, about 8 years old and 15
hands high. The owner i requested to prove property,
pay charges and take her away.
THOS. J. SHELLMAX.
Upper Lynx Creek, July 7. Ig76. t3
KSfcALL THE PATENT PILLS, FEESH AND
ySlIauine, at DR. KEXDALL'5 Drug Store.
JUST ISSUED. THE 200th EDlTHj
Revised and corrected by the author, E. de F
M. I)., it, Jfcc
A Medical Essay on the cause asd cure of tf.
decline in man, showing how health it lost, aafS
gained. It gives a clear synopsis of the impedi?
ciarriaire. the treatment ot nervons and phystcal22
exhausted vitality, and all other dises btJ2
thereto; the results of twenty yevn successful preW
OPIXIOXS OF THE PRESS.
CCETI3 OK "MaXHOCU." There is no meaner
ety by whom this book will not be found njfoL L5
he be parent, preceptor or clergyman. Londaa Twr 1
Ccims ox "Manhood."' This book should b tm c
the young for Instruction, by the addicted fcrreUef -Til
injure no one. Medicnl 1
i i imcs ana uatte
Price On lollar. Jv sail or express: A&ir. .1
author. Dfc CURTIS, oSOSuttcr Street. orT. n L5
S.nn Frnnrfsi Cal. ..?
YOUiVG ME IV
Who max- be suJTerinp frltn the eCVct of yootkfeltil
liesoriciUcrrtion, will do well to avail th
of this, the crei.tcjt Kion -ver laid at the aItrTJl
ferine hunitmty. DR. SPINNET wi" guaraates to Z
feit S50O for every cae of seminal weakness. j2
vate disease of any kind or character which hi a
takes and fails to cure. He would, therefore ttvfc
the unfortunate sufferer who may read feiiaafe
that you are treading upon dangerous frroctd W
you longer delay in seeking the proper rratcvT
your complaint." Yen may bo in tbe first tiav
member you are approaching the last. ItjtZ.
bordering upca the Inst, and are suffering somt
of its ill effects remember that if yoa persist ia iT,
rrastination, the time niustt-ome when the mou
ful phvsician can render you no assistance; wlwth
merry can bring you re. iet In socas has tiisj
tor failed of sucevs. Then let not despair work tZ
your imar inatiok, but avail vourself ot the 1xmZ3
results of his treatment before your rase is bevn3
reaca ot uiruinu paiii, ui lyrn'ic fiini araia H
vou to a tirmsluro Erave. Full course of tr
S25.00. Send money by Post Office order or EaiS
with full description of rase. '-Tl
Cnll. or Address. UH. A. fl. 8FIS1
W"J ...... ..j uu..vuiiHa
IX THi: DISTRICT COURT, THIRD JUDKM
Diatnct, avapat county.
MIGUEL PEItALTA, Piaiatiff,
Ahizoxaaxd Xew Mexico ExrnDM CourA.Tr;
Aetiou brought in the District Court of the Thirty
cial District in nnd for the Couuty of Yavapai iattslj
titory cf Arizona. ;
The Territory of Arizona sends greet intj to The iruj
and Xtw Mexico Ejpres Company, vejematL
You are hereby summoned and required to afM
an action broujht ajraihst you by the above namd pU
tiir in the district rontt of the Third Judicial PrrtfimM
ani furtlie county of Yavapai, in the Territory ofiiV
zoun. aud answer the complaint filed with tha cletJ
this court, at rrcseott, m nam county copy wa
complaint ncmpanirs this sntumun), within ttad
days (exclusive of the day of servicej after the tetS
uihii you oi tins summons, ii jervcii iu ina cocatTit
. i . . . , .t i . -
II scrveu out oi me cuuciy nnu nuuiu mis ui!ir.ct, S
within thirty days ; In all other cases torty Uays. -m
And you are uereuy notineu mat ii you iau to im
and answer the complaint a. above required, the ml
will tak judRtr.ent by default ngaiast you for Uk Ml
one tnotuann turee iiunureu ninety tuur ana n-iwii
lars nr.d coMs and disbursements iu tk'u behalf ertcssij
(liven ubdermy hand and the seal of the said ft
, triet Court, at Prescott. this 10th day of Jalr.&l
L.s.1 WILLIAM WILKER.SOS,CMij
Xotice is hereby iriven that by virtue of as
t!e. issued out oftlio District Court of the third HOi
tory. on the '.Dth day July. A. D. lS7t ia tht ssW
Uamllo Castillo vs. wiui.-t.ii t . tsanuu;. ana to nil
reeled, wherein 1 nm couimaudcd to sell the prsf
ment'oned nnd described in said order ot sale, tsskf:
tlie iudirmont renderetl in said district court, hr1 tit t,
ufiir-snid. for the amount of nnd viU, I iSsl
br nnblio auction to tlie hiehest bidder tor cash. Ht
court hotijM- d(wr, in the town of Prescott, couotyedr.
upui uforesaid, ou
Tuesday, 15lh day of August, lSTStij
between the hours of 10 irlork A M. and 12 U. 4t
day. the ollmvinc described iiroprrty, tn wit: Tksti
fain mill-site mid water w' rrl unit the riling WW)
thereto, also arastnn ntta.-hed to said wheel ontsUl
tt. with the dwelliuir bouse, toirether with fiilT Si
gold bearing ore near said wheel on said tnill-sitf. J
property Is kltuateit on the nas.iyampa nvrr wr n
utxjut three hundred yards below the quartz mili cfM
erick co. on saul stream, ami aooti! twelve miw
nt Prfm-iitf. in tlie connt- of Yavapai and TerriW
Arizona. ED. F. BOWEM,
Sheriff Yavapai Cos5
Prescott, June 20, 167fi.
Xotice is hereby riven that the partnership
existing, between M. D. Cuiopbell and Sidney Mstl
of Prescott, under the firm name of Campbell & MJ
this day been dissolved by mutual consent. AH si
otvinc t said partnership are to be received by IJ
Campbell, and all ilemauds against tue same wui a
pntinl tfi lilm furtiavment. M. D, CAMPBJ
Prescott, July 1, 186.
Rusinesx carried oo by M. D. Campbell and FW
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iver. ai mo uii muxjm. us iiuui.
IV O T ICE.
T)ih Aorument Roll of Ynvapai county. Aria
hn fiscal vearendinr July 1st. 187(1. havinir bK
ilnf received and fild In tha office of til 3
of tho Bonn! of Supervisors in and for aJ
pal county; Thorcfora. nottte is nereoy gives s
Supervisors oi avnpat county win meei as .
Equalization at the offiro of the Clerk aforesaid o
Hlontluy. July 3d, 1876,
.1 n.11 Mitifinna tn ,it,i!jin frnm ttm tl) tide. 1
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business of equalization presented to them b affJ
or uuui t le last nay oi saia monm oi jiiij. j
Clerk Board of SaperrisM
Prescott. July 1, let.
I hnvn this day so!d my Intfint in the firm of HJ
ifornia. All indebtedness to the late firm most NSf
beforo Att. 1st IS7G, the undersignctl. or B"lj
signing In liquidation. Thanking iho people IP1
tor tueir lioerai IairoaaKC ia iuq i l.c
tintzance of their favor for tbe new firm. 1
em and central Arizou.t that the undersigEeJ ?TA
untie IOC imoiurro ui mn iu.t utit, ... ifm
der the firm name .f Asher & Wollenbenr. ia1
deavor, by close attention anil liberal dealing,
the eood win oi tne community.
Prescott, Juue 30, 18lC.
Camp to lay ranch, on Willovr Crvelt, about
ictu, a tare? reu anu want? j "-' ,
hin. and A I on left horn. Tho owner is WIT
provo property, pay charges and ta'm g5JVrfi
Wllow Creek. June 30. 187C
naving gone tn Cerbat to attend court, my --a
please consult with Judge John Howard 434 Jj
noutnwortu i-q., on aey legal """'"'LZfjg
ray aoeenre. jiui". -
June 5, 1S7S.
Houses for Sale or R
For portieulars apply to.
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came to my raccu on vjir j
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upper erne. June i, icio.
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mail aftr lh.it riatr. '