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DAV, 31 ARCH 2, 1S77.
L NoTicn? m the reading columns teill
tat the rate of tiiiktt chnts ferine
ttertion, and twenty cents a line for each
Brassier is ngnin among us.
kcthins: for the plaza, it looks lone-
It stores arc the
In the Territorv.
Isvatclimnn .Tcnninss has, of hue.
and imprisoitjsi several wood
rum, a young attorney who has cat
rth us, is now ready fnr business.
Icwell's old jewelry store.
, many Yavnpais would like to sec
feller a member of tho Board of
ranllorn, U. S. A., and his family,
5in ITeailquartcrsi, this forenoon,
York Citv. Thev have many
i?, who regret their departure.
ncard the name of A. S. Ilaskcll
m connection vriwi the onicc ot
and are free to say that, in oir
would make au excellent mcm-i
i's Station, Turkey Creek, on tlio
I ek mine, is ullmgH want long
ivling mountaineers. It affords
Bimcxlations and is well patron-
fcge D. Kendall is of the opinion
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I -sjh . o. u..." j ins was an ac
, tion brought in Justice Cate Court, to re
! cover $100 for medical attendance and
ami medicines furnished by plaintiff to do
fendant in January last. The dofense set
up a denial of the service and tho plea that
mo piamutt was not a regularly neenset
physician, and therefore could not maintain
tho action, riaintiif proved the rendition
of the services and the furnishing of the
medicines and the value as alleged, lie
further offered testimonials of the highc:
character in support of his qualifications as
a physician, such as diplomas from the Bcr-
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Piiiladelnhiai and tho National Amcrtcau
Electoral Collece. The defense attacked
the plaiutilFs standing, by offering as wit
uossas Drs, Day and jlcCandUis. The tria
commenced vestentay tnornmg, ami was
continued over uutil to-dav. At 1 :30 p. m
the argument commenced and was conclu
ded at2:!10 ii. nu when the Court reuderei
iudement for lilaintuT lor tho tull amount
claimed and costs. T. J. Drum appealed
ior puiiniui, anu it. r . auc mr uuiciuiani
Tho large hall of the Prescott Literary So
ciety was, last evening crowded with intelli
I "rut people who listened, attentively, to an
i Historical Address, by Ed. Wells, Esq
j and to a Poem by a lady member of tho So
ciety. e wire not present hut hare made
it our busmesi to learn tho torcgomg lacts,
also, that Mr. "Well' address which was de
voted to points m the carlv history of Pres
cott, was pronounced a success, as was the
Poem, by Mrs. O. We hope, cro long, to
print the address.
tion as to whether
Four freight wagons, belonging to S. C
MUlcr & Bro., arrived here yesterday from
Ehrenbcrg, with Government freight, un
loaded at Whipple to-dav, ami will load
lumber at Curtis' mill, to-morrow, which
lumber they will haul to Ehrenbcrg, from
whence it will be shipped by Iwiat to Fort
Mohave, which is now being rebuilt, it hav
ing boon destroyed bv lire sometime last
Mattkcs The Minkk erred vestcrdav in
stating that Dr. McCandlcss attended and
:ititlvl to a seat in tho Board of i ministered to Mr. Matteus, tho man vlto
was accidentally shot at Black Canyon. It
was Dr. Day that did tho work and who
thinks that amputation will be necessary in
order to save the uutortuuatc man's left leg.
and has, we loam, engaged
Hi to explain the law and the facts.
II claims that he is entitled to
irtho Ma"winerado Ball, yestor-
littetl to mention Mr.S. Goldwntor
c!or of an Officer of the Court of
lIV. The costunio was tho mot
3no in the hall, being made entire
Isox Vau.kv. Miss Belle bkm-
l Mixek printer, has been taking
carton in illiamson alley, and
the news that the valley is im-
hc saw several new houses. It
itdcrable out there.
that Messrs. Bashford. Bunnis-
fes, Otis, Sherman and other wcll-
pis of Prescott, have bout lit lots
eastern part of town, and will
imence erecting neat and costly
im the same.
Mr. J. L. Fisher will sell, by auction, next
Saturday, a desirable ranch located in Peo
ples Valley; also, the personal effects ot J.
O.Bryant, Michael Kiley and Edward Caney,
deceased. Sec advertisement.
Joe Korr is preparing to build himself
another house on South Montezuma street
Mr. and Mrs.T. Sanders gave a
rtv to their neighbors and friends
s-izcnce, in .Miner auev, last
bose vho attended sneak of the
ngrecable one. Mr. Saunders and
t'ung to settle at Covotj Spriags,
k Hills, some 14 miles north of
C. T. Rogers, the King of butchers, has
gone to the Yorde after more fat beeves.
James Cahill has arrived from Phoenix'
with a wagon load of produce.
A. S. Clough, of lower Gninito creok val
ley, was in town yesterday and subscribed
for the Miner.
Fred Williams has rented tho Jewell
hoiue and is going to make a lodging house
out of it.
Our young friend, T. J. Drum, has already
established for himself a roputation for le
gal ability which is helping him iu his business.
W. Floury, (looking as inno-
nvspaper rcortcr), called on "the
; forenoon, when wo learned lrom
iu his addition to Prescott,
cc noi caKcs, at one minurcu
ipwards, er lot. He thinks his
st the place tor the Uapitol.
Sward and other freighters left
-diy, for the terminus of the
ihc nulroad. Mr. Howard is
tfltwt mill liAct rri.itr1iti.rs Unci.
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iPrescott and other places on his.
H will profit by reading his no-
icau oi new auvcriiscmcaus.
E. The Board of Suiwrvisors of
should lose no time in attending
posed upon them bv the Act to
ho erection uf Countv buildings !
high time they were advertising
Attend to this mattcrgentle-
writinir the above, Messrs. G.
J. M. Brauaman, formerly of this county,
died at Globe City, on the 14th inst, from
injuries recoived by one Dougherty, who es
caped. Luke has made Arrangements with S. C.
Miller & Bro. to freight the Constancia
quartz mill from Tysous Woll to Bradshaw.
Old and new citizens of Prescott are firm
in tho belief that Prescott will double in
population in less than a year.
GiiNEnoes Act. We learn that Mr. Goo.
Lount has contributed the sum of $20 to
aid Mrs? Judge Bush in her noble efforts to
free the M. E. Church South from debt.
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liCESTION.- ThO qUCS
or not Drk Geonre D
Kendall is entitled to bo a hold-over Super
visor of Yarunai County, will, we think.
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soon uo .settled, i he "caso ' will coma he
foro Judge Tweed, at chambers, thisoveninir
tor r.rgumcnt and decision. Judgo Bush
will apiienr for Dr. Kendall. Wo have hwml
intelligent citizens say that tho mere fact of
increased animal compensation to supervisors
does, of itself, rulo tho Doctor out. but this
wo arc not prepared to adopt, as our idea of
West Piiescott. Mr. Mitchell i3 survey
mg lots in West Prescott.
Mr. B. t. Wade lias engaged ten lots
from Judgo Floury, and will, in a short time,
commence the erection of cottages thereon
ino house which Mr. Blako is having
built, for a private residence, looms up
grandly, and will, when completed, bo one
of the finest iu Arizona.
Lico. uirtis is opening a road, in front of
jiisresidoncc, which will bo a great convcu
enuurg, . w. Hutchison met twenty
wagon loads of Mormon immigrants, who
said they were bound south. Total niimbr.
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cigiuy-iour; children, about fortv.
omcc writing mo torogving, we learnei
irotn oeuenil Butler, who convcrswl with
some ot thoso people, that they aro bound
ior cunora, .uexico. liiev are. ot course.
sont there by Briirham Youul'. Thev bo-
licve that a railroad will shortly bo built to
iter Day Sainth. Yesterday, while
lg home, from Black Canyon and Wick
g, W. W. Hutchison met twenty-two
connect Guavmas and Salt Lake Citv, pass
mg by Tucson, Phumix, Prescott and other
point in Arizona.
West. Prescott is going ahoad with ranid
strides. We took a walk ovor there this
morumcr. met the owner and nrosidini wu
ius of the beautiful pine cnibowored nlace.
Judirc H. W. Floury, who very kindly noint-
cd out to us over a dozen new buildings that
nave appeared uion tho surlace in a low
short months. These we saw from the sum
mit of the mesa overlooking all of Prescott,
.Military lledquarters, Jlillir and other yal
les, and the great piue clad mountains to
the south. The Judge has at his own ex
pense, graded a good road in the edge o:
tnc oniniio cruoK iaco oi me mesa,
over which carriages- and iedutnans in
great numbers, now go. The view liom
this place is on5 of the grandest in Arizona
In digging this roadway, the workmen fre
quently come across relics of tho long-since
departed race that dwelt here in the olden
tunc, ami ot wiioso lmtorv and modes of
ivmg wo know so little. These relies con
ist of charred human bones, pottery, inctali
and numerous other things. They evidenly
burned their dead and dqo-.feU thcunoumt
xmcs and ashes in tho carttien urns. A
different kind of pottery from any before
seen by us was dug up and mav bo seen at
Judge Floury 's rooms. Tho material U like
all ol tho pottory lound in tho mesa, but
there arc, on the outer edges, raised pieces,
what wc will call "small mounds."
Fail not to attend
J. L. Fisher's auction,
Seo administrator's notice
Mark Garrett, deceased.
of estate of
W. Y. B, Wardwoll arrivod horo recently
from San Francisco.
Fisher's miction sale advertised at the
Court House for Saturday next, will be hold
on the plaza. See his notice elsewhere of
attractive additions to the sale.
Tom Burke has rented Simmon's station,
G.W.Curtis, who, at present, ! at tho "crossing" in Williamson Valley, on
ie Jioard oi supervisors, nave
us and expressed their willing-
ii the matter. lhcy;havc tcle-
rtarv Hoyt for an ofhcial copy
ml also for a copy of the bill
building a road to the Peck
will be here in a week or ten
vhile, we think the Board will
Suiwrvisors are putting matters
the Prescott and Mohave road. Mr. Burke
is a good man and will treat the public well.
Hon. E. G. Peck, Superintendent of the
Peck Miniug Company, visited the Com
pany's mill 'yesterday, and reports every
thing out tberc as being iu applc-pic order.
Fence Law. According to the law pass-
' cd by the late Legislature, all farms in Yav-
i v.oi r'niinK will tn li nnr1rtfti! liv
well enough for the ( , ' .fll, iir x'n.-mlw.r first. 1S77.
for the buildings, which will, uo
ornament ami honor to l ava-
very fine, clouds still
lard, foreman of the Peck mine,
that bonanza this morning.
meat is :rood, but rather dear.
the way they sell meat uat
Butler is waiting to sec settled
Ifore he ventures on a rccounois-
;w houses aro drawing to cora
rather, carpontors and other
jrs are drawing them that way.
a you tig lady
: Prescott Avhose
years. Not a
wers, to-day, received a dispatch
futy at Verde, informing him
2ij, wuose name isn t given was
rented anu placed in the guard
liare of larccncv.
uzc Brook's male Augora goats
killed bv dogs. Loss to the
it two hundred dollars, a sum wo
rive for all the worthless curs in
Mr. Acunya, who has charge of Messrs.
Campbell fc Baker's fine herd of sheep, says
Weather cloudy; wind from the
good signs of a rain or snow storm.
Tho Quartermaster at Fort Whipple pur
chased seven hundred and fifty cords of
wood in the past two months.
Rufus J. Buthorford will soon start his
dairy with thirty cows, which he recently
selected from Mr. Brophy's herd.
Mr. Lewis, of Lewis' Bros., San Francisco,
wholesale dealer iu ciirars and tobaccos, is
here in the interest of his Iioum, which is
one of the largest on the Coat-
Coloncl Bigelow and Mr. Daroche started
for their mines yesterday, with supplies.
F. X. Wise arrived here by yesterday's
stage, from Santa Barlmra, California. ,Qur
Foreman knows Mr. Wise and says he Is a
Mr. McCurdy has a rare and valuable col
lection of minerals which will soon be dis
posed of, by raffle, at the Cabinet saloon.
Two dollars a chance.
Wc loam that Dr. Thomas Gardinier, den
tist, who recently spent soma time in Pres
cott, is on his way back here to take up his
permanent residence among us.
Chas. Dickinson, boot and shoemaker, has
removed from his old stand, on Montczrma
street, to the building formerly occupied by
J. C. Swcaringon, on Gtnnite street, which is
now, thauks to carpenters and other mechan
ics, a very neat house. Mr. Dickinson is
Prcscott's oldest boot and shoemaker.
I respectfully announce to thecUizens of
Prescott, and all who may desire to secure
IKES OF TRAVEL
PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP CO
QOODALL, PERKINS & CO., Agents,
SAX FRANCISCO. CAT
PASSENGERS FROM ARIZONA
Closc Connection aU L.os Angeles
with Steamer Trains
IaYlur th L.A. & I.R R. Depo. at 11 o'clock x. M. (Lot
Angclri Utn), on Jay of ! pitrttiret ol Strainer Irow
Santa Monica, a ir chelu)e. Trf ronnot with
nirmr an rum, can itix n H. r. IU
R. Drot at 3t3J o'clock V. m. (ratlrva4
t!m, on Mlllof at Mows
Anron , ..
F bru y SO
Fbruiy5t j February ST
i, clw.in w tmu- npir Rlaok Can von where 1'rescott, ami an who may uosire 10 secure
tho sheep are now near Uiack wnyon, wncre j n ilrjtlajw iKrdlng-houef that on
green grass and weeds arc plentiful. Sheep to.morrow ? March 3, I shall ojion a house
fat as senls
Ben Lindcnbaum, one of Prescott's old
time carpenters, is making excellent sash,
doors, blinds, etc., at his shop, a little south
of the Mixer oflicc. He also manufactures
ox-yokes, of which he has quite a supply.
S. C. Rogers, of "Walnut Creek, thirty-five
miles west of Prescott, is here and says his
scctiou has been blessed with abundance of
Messrs. Young, Lewald and Schumcckcr
of "Walnut Creek are in town.
Jacob Italph and August LcVallc, citizens
of Walnut Creek, arc here to settle differen
ces of opinion concerning the relative value
of a gift concert watch and two musical
Snoak-thieves arc plying their nefarious
vocation in "Williamson Valley, much to the
disgust of honest citizens. Tho fiends steal
harness, poultry, provisions, everything they
can get away with.
"Whiitle NUWS. This spicy little hcet
made its appearance to-day, looking well
and freighted with an able article on Ari
zona as n Stato.
agonts, etc., otc.
Also, remarks on Indian
', Foster, who ably and truly rcp
i county-in the "recent Lcgisla-
My, and who would make a good
menu, will soon sum wesi on a
tto has a new advertisement in
goffering to excel, in liberality
dealing, all pawnbrokers in frcs
erc daily expecting a "pinching"
rce us to try his kbcrality.
Merrill informs us that the
tomry and .Library ASSOCiauuu
, have by resolution, thanked the
ramatic Association for their rc-
innce in behalf of the Literary
. which netted ninety-five dollars.
ion was adopted last evening.
Mr. Fulton, who is running a freight team
i between Prescott and the Agua Fna, arrived
here hist evening and to-ilay lutortncu us
that heavy rains descended upon tho Ajjua
Fria section, a few days ago. The furnace
was preparing to start" when Mr. Fulton left.
The Sheriffs oilice is on the tip-toe of ox
citcmcnt, over the expected arrival, to-day,
or to-morrow, of Deputy Sheriff Mcllhcnay,
of Vorde, with a "distinguished" citizen wlio
is accused of having robbed another citizen,
somewhere uoar Verde.
In our rambles around town, this morn
ing, wc wero astonished at viewing so many
now houses, scattered throughout the tu
burbs, all erected during' our absence at
Tucson. Another pleasing sight was the
great number of neat and costly fences seen
in "West Prescott and on Granito street, in
the old town.
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' ! of cv-
"Wjuamsox Valley. Stephen 13rc6n,
Tennis Burke and Charles. Goldman, citi-
u.v. .. ..-:wl fn
rn.- iaol creiu!. Mr Breoa v. 1
rvl?cJ a the 0iy pkiinr intVumfctiu.'
w.J. i tkat tu w-etkm ; t! v t -nirv a ti;oi:go
of this charactor at tho AnteloiKi Hestaurant
Thomas Whitehead's old stand. Nono but
first-class cooks will bo employed, and no
mins will bo snared In making it a first-class
house. Tho dinlng-rootn will bo arranirod
with private tables for families, or thoso Ue-
siriui; inoui. iiuiiAVb . v-iwi.ii,
'eb. 20, 1S77.
At tb relIeoeo of H. C A. Luke. Feb. 27. 1877. by
Hon. C. A. Tweed. l)ilrl JuJi, Mr. Fre.L C Brecht
aad MlM Creceocla lloltufanc, both of FreMutt.
The marriape wui iyeUlly follonul by the uioal con
(ratuUtlvsi and a mpr, of which thoie who wtook
were dellKhted with.
G. W. BARXARU.
JOIIX A. RARICK.
The undenlned ha opened a
STAULE, CORRAL A If D
I-l ia y- Y ard,
Ou South Montezuma Street, Prescott
xt to Iuilpr Huwnrtl'x,
t"ilh every cnTenlence for teamnten, puck tminj.eto.
Stork Callnl for evrrv Sntunlay, to lie
KniiehiMl nt 1MIIM1 ltt'MS KASCH, ut
Mint Valley, at 92 per month
Harness and Saddles Repaired and Mad
fjpAueUon Sale every Saturday, at 11 o'alock A. M
0. W. UARXARD . CO.
R. E. FARRINCTON,
Forwarding & Commission Merchant,
EASTERX TERMIXUS OF TUK SOUTHERN
Alio, a large, aiiortment ol
Constantly on liaud.
udd iM''iag i'. iuj vflr of the
' I rapcifeny olltt t)i putaef of tho merchaaU of
t A. ;. au4 tali c t promt nt me lorwaruinc
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P. E. r.. K. ""uilnui S. I. 11. R.1
. --'hI eforo delivery at
Through Time from Santt Monica, about
Alt ateamen call at Saata BarbanL
Karo Cliraiicr thaa by may ither Koutc.
CaWa rc (frin Saa Pedro or &inU Mcmca) to
p& rranciKfiueali and lUteroom Include,!)
The table U nptHM abundantly irlth the bett the San
rrancltm market affurdt. and I served In a mrrior man-
nr. aad the ireneral neatne af tha ttramen of thli line
li not exMllea anywhere.
Through TlckrU to Ka.tem Cltlf amt Prin
cipal KurojeHn Tort.
ljVMwrrr fruoj Attain can teeaf itittnuni. or ob
uin luiuier ipforiaatim, hy aJdrMln)r
P. O. box 871. Uet Aent, Lo An,tl, Cal.
STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S
LEAVK SAX FRAXCISCO EVERY
'JO dj fur Mexiean Tort and the
month of the Coietado lUver. eoniect-
oe with River Boat. Arenelei of the
10 Market St, San rrancisco Californlx
Yuma and Bhrcnocrg. Aiixona.
December 31 tS7fi.
I. POL.UAMUS. Jr.,
ALIFORNIA AND ARIZONA
Carrying U. S. Mail aad Express.
SUre on thlt IJne now leave Pretrott three time a
week, TUESDAYS, TAURSDAYS t SATURDAYS.
Wicltcnburs, Ehrciibtsrfr, Tcrmi-
iiiia Southern lacillc Unilroad
mill all points iu California,
Connecting at WlrVrobary with om line of iUg$ for
Phoenix, Florence and Tucson,
"With comfortable eoachef and rood ttoah the trip U
mad in the daantett jMlle manner.
Sunt altolear Prett once a rk. TUESDAYS.
Mineral Park, CerbatandHardyville.
Coltou. Los Aiigclei, San'Fi-nucisco, Sac
ramento and San Jose,
Can be had by applying at any of the Oonipaay'i office
in the Territory.
II. PIERAON. JAMES STEWART,
Secretary. Wckenlwi'. Gen. SojU
E. S. Scstt, A (eat, Pretcott,
SANTA FE AND PRESCOTT
Tri-Weekly Mail Line.
Uaclkboardi leT PreKott for Santa Fe
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturday
At Six o'clock, A. M.,
CAKKTtSa C S. MAIL At rallCXQCU.
Every Monday, Tuesday and Saturday,
At Six o'clock r. M.
rp'For nartlcaUr Inquire at Jacktoa A; Torarkln
HArtVARD JL BAKKR.
S-A.IL003XrS Sc ETC.
Supillc the Public with
EXCELLENT LAGER BEER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WINES, LIQUORS, k. CIGARS
.Tho Old Stand Is woll knowi.
FRED. WILLIAMS, Proprietor,
(Oe Door Wt of HuhWt S'.ureO
Snppliei the "Bay" with that hth eherr. but doc
net Intoxicate. llt quality of Clyvra kejH on hand.
My Clrb'Rooia U aaid tu be the tot cumatrtable place
in tewn. Uorae ana See. I KED,
Montetuma Street. ritESCOTT, A. T..
is Tits ruicE to car the rmsr
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
TO BE HAD IN THE TOVN,
ENGLISH ALE AND PORTER
Alvrayi en hand. jjnU-lf
WM. M. BUFI-UM
Still Occupies the Old Stand, West Side
of the Plaza,
And is in receipt of a Large Invoice of
New and Dcsirablo Goods,
With others Ordered andoa tho Way.
nit ctutomerr and the publlo cenerallr can there
u heretofore, anything they may seca )ii ine nay of
Staple & Fancy Do' Goods
LADIES' AND GENTLI1MENS'
MENS AND BOYS HATS
Boots ixiicl Shoes,
PERFUMERY & TOILET ARTICLES,
HARDWARE, TIN & WOODENWARE
ORQ'JKEBY, QLAB3 AND EABTEENWAKE
paper hangings, LiiMP!5, olooks
Mining nml Farmliis Tools,
Topether with many other thing, which nill not be
mentioned. OlTlt HIM A CALL,
rrreeott. June 17 1173.
DAWES & GOLDMAN,
WILLIAMSON VALLEY, A. T.
Highest Price paid for tlie Pro
duce of the Country.
Pino Liquor & Cigar Depot.
Sold by Dottle, Quart or Gallou.
Kelt deor to the Xetr Hit and "Glory of PrettoU" Sr.
loos, on Oraalte ttrceL
C. GEltAHl), Proprietor.
Montezuma St.. - - Prescott.
D. C. TIIORNJB.
CunK Tultl Ibr Vnluublo Spoolmonx.
Kettdoorto the Miser Office, VrescotU
GOOD IMAGER UEEU,j
Liquort and Cigcrst
AlvTI en hand and for sale.
JOHN RAIBtfe, rrofHetor
BAR AND BILLIARD SALOON,
Monteautna street, uorjJBT uunoj,
fa the Largest anil Best Saloon
.V yORTUBASTERX ARIZOXA.
' J. C. CRANK, Proprietor.
E. A. FARGO 8c CO.,
lurotTKCi ad jonncxs or
RANDIES, WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 3W Front ttreet, comer of Commercial,
SAK rUANClSCO, CAL.
ANDERS & ROWE,
Johhen and Dealer in
Black and Giant Powder,
LIQUORS, TOBACCO A CIGARS.
Drawn on San Francisco in ex
change for Currency, without
South SIdo Pltutn, Prcacott, Arlsontu
READY PAY STORE,
South Montezuma Street,
OPPOSITE DAK HATZ'S HOTEL.,
Ie Chock Full of
TST E "W GOODS
- AUn1s nn.t ln IKft UaAT fbf ISoiln Tl
tiij.... ..nt.i.K tii.ir lihlwi Ami rat rerrthio
neeJWI by Ihera Cheap for Cah or KeaJy l"ay. Jiw
turplle. Jnjt receiTetl, of the following articlee,
Canned FrultH, Meats, VcROtn'blcs,
Drie4 uU, by tho box, barrel or pound ; rkssi, Faai,
ShnroU, and Oum llo.4, .... ., ,
Glycerine. el oil, rator oil. qnlckeltrer or detert
water," by the fint, pound, ejuart or gallon.
TOBACCO, CIGARS, PIPES, WINES
Mae my took A t. and a new eoale ol price war
rant me In whl.j-er ng- to my l-meer friend, and to all
ow coiner, that tl.ey can do better by pnrduuia)f of me
than from aar other trader tn Preecott.
OreenUck. Gold Coin, llulllon. Gold Diut, Fara
IWuce and County Scrip taken in exehaofefor rood.
11. II. YTEAVUU.
Jane ht, 1S7&
M. H, MOONEY,
Next'tloor to Crnin'ii. PKKsCOTT, A. T.
Delinquent Sale Notice.
riNAliOOLD AND SILVER SilS COMCAST,
LeeeWe of pttnclr! pUeo of btutatM, Sm I'rMteewA
lHo of work. Waiaat Orove iflalnjf Dhtrict, A
NOTICE. There are aUHit npoa the followiaf
deerihoa Hock, on account of aMinitat (Xo.2) levied
oa tho lxln day of January, IgT?. the xrorat aiauaot
t efjHMlie the same of the reefectir hirko'.dii, aa
Jtiwe. Cert Share. Ami,
tyon A.. , 1
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c. ....... ......
MorrUos C O, Tnwtee......
iu J II, Tnulee
(letebetl J M, Tnutee
Oetehell J II, Trojteo..
tirtchell J II, Trute.
Uetcaell J II, Tnutee..
Oetchetl J II, Trustee..
Oetctisll J H.Tnut..
Oetchell J II, Tnutee. ...........
Mormon u u, I mste
Nomion U V, Tnutee.
tut Aa, Tnutea ..
ItomrtO II. Tnutee
Borart O H. Tnutee.
Hojrart O II. Tttulee......
Kofart oil, Tnutee. .... .
Bofiart O H, Tt
BopirtO II, Tnutee
Rornrt OH. Tnutee
McDonald D It, Trustee
.MoDouald U ITru-itee..
olonaU I) L, Trustee..
.UoDonald D L, Tru.lee..
UayeaT R, Trustee
Uoor Harry, Trustee......
iPver Sutan, Trostfe......
Ker Annie Mis. Tnuiee..
Morritson C I). Trustee
.lohoton 8 C, Tnutee...
liraistlt H u, Truttee
Hmndt H L. Tnutue
Jlrandt It L. Tnutee 4
Morrison C D. Trustee 53
Fuller A U Trusteo tiO
IHUler A ! Trustee
Fuller A L, Tntsteo
Fuller A I, Tru.lee . . .
Fulto A L, Trustee ...
I'uller A U, Tnutee
Fuller A L. Trusteo
Fuller A L, Trute
Fnller A L, Tnutee
Fuller A V Trustee.....
l"uller A U Trurteo
JUriin J IU Trustee
Ilnrart O II. Trustee
IllS Win, Trute
FojrartO II. Trustee
Ay res J I, Tnutee.
Ayiee J l, nuee.
Jkyresj j, iroiiro. ...
,4.yrt j I, Trustee....
Ayr J I, Troetse....
Ayres J I. Trustee... .
Fuller A I, Trustee.
VullerA U Trustee..
Fuller A I. Trustee -
Fuller A U Trustee..
Fuller A L. Trustee . .
Fuller A L, Trustee . .
Fuller A U, Tnutee..
Fuller A L, Tnutee ...
Fuller A Ifc Trust..
Harsh K 11. Trustee...
Bonrt O II, Truste. .
Fuller A u. rnuM . .
BifjartO II, Trustee.
rCenneds D C. Trute
It jckley Julia K, Trustee
IDjTJin u n. rrusiee..
HnearfW F. Trustee.
Ihart W F. Tnutee.
Dress Suits, Business Suits, Etc.,
MADE TO OHDEU,
AiXD SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
Sample of American, English, French and Scotch
roods. Call and examine. T .
M. II. MOON EV, A rent.
FEED STABLES MO M,
JlcConuick Street, cit of .Moiitcjuma.
J.W. CLAY, Proprietor.
Horses, Mules, Etc.,
Hoarded by the Day, Week or Month.
HAY, CORN OR BARLEY
SOLD IK QUANTITIES TO SUIT, AT MARKET
Come and see. Try roe aadymt will coat cigala.
Preicvtt, A. T., Jan. 13, 1377.
PLAZA FEED AND SALE STAKE.
Gootiwia jJt Opposite
PRESCOTT, - - - ARIZONA
Q.tDEON BROOKE, Proprietor
tkvrart O II. Trustee. 161
Johnsoo Tho C, Trustee. ..161
Jahnson Tho C, Trustee. 163
Johnson The C. Trustee. iwj
Jehnson Tho O, Trustw. 1C7
Johnson Tho C, Trustee ,.,.lo
Jehnson Tho C. Trustee 1(59
Johnsoo Tho C, Tnutee 170
Johnson Tho C, Trustee, 171
Johnson Tho C. Trustee 172
Johnsoo. Tho f Truto .17J
Johnson Too C Trustee. 174
Jubctoa Tho C. Tnutto ......175
Johnson Tho C. Trustee 176
Slisoatoo DrWB W
Slmonton Dr AVm C, Tnutee IS3
Morrison O D. Trustee 153
MktUoq C D, Trustee .Is3
MorrlHia C 1. i- rust
Morrison U D. Trutteo 1S5
Morrison O D. Tnutoa 11
Morrison O D. Trustee nv
lle.TJ J.Tnuteo .131
HerrJJ, Tnutee 1EK
UerrJJ, Trustee , W7
HerrJJ. Tnutee U
UerrJJ, Trustee 201
Herr J J. Trustee 210
Hen J J.Tnutf. 224
HerrJJ. Trustee 525
HerrJJ. Trustee '...t!2ll
HerrJ J.lViutee 3
Hot J J. Trustee 2
IletTJJ. Trustee 23t
HcitJJ. Trustee 233
Morrison C 1). Tnutee 233
Morrison C P, Trustee 204
Morrison O D. Trustee 233
Mojrisoo C D. Trustee V-"
Hotrlson t II. Trustee ss
MiMrisoa C D. Trusteo 23d
Morrison C 1, Irustce ...
Morrison CD. Trustee..
MotrisouC D. Trustee ..
Merrlsou C I). Trustee ..
Morrison C D. Trustee ..
Morrison C D. Trustee..
Morrison C D. Trustee . .
Morrison CD, Trustee..
Morrison O D. Trustee
Morrison C D, Tnutee . .
Morrison C U, Trustee ..
Morrison CD. Trustee..
Morrison C D. Trust ..
Morrison C 1). Tnutee ..
Monisoo C D. Trustee..
Morrb-m C V. Trustee . .
Morrison C D , Tnutee . .
Morrison C D. Trustee . -Morrison
C D, Tnutco . .
Morrisoc C D.Tmstee
Morrison C D. Trustee
Morrison C D. Tnutee
MorrUou C I). Trustee
Moniwn C D. Trusteo
MonUon C D, Trustee
IWurt W F, Trustee
lUrt W F. Trustee
lloj.iu t W F. Truttee . . . . v . . .
llogwt W F. Tntstee
llopnrt W F, Tnutee
Cutting E A. Trustee
Cashier & Co. Trustee
K&o Frank K, Trustee
Wand T X. Trustee.
Schroder E F. Trustee
Schroder E F, Trustee
Schroder E F. Trustee
Schroder F. F, Trustee.
Herr J J. Trustee
Ttt Tt VliT tttfATRS or Ttnt TTX sUcaf JtQMt
X4sW ) he jbjr irivea Osat, ."WastlwasBi J,
CKfmr, hjr their auminiif Agent
Tg IM nl-tmai taaWja aBijfeBBBMB oJllaekift tk'
iWWnkRIft WMsWi StVssslspinreV SeneVsWsW
sows, Terrieerv. hare M sto Stel th4r
mwtLmmImm the Wr (: MlaO'ery ia taw
y14 aad ellYer, irttfe soriae jprxt iw haaekreel Otf
Jvet k wMrh. tltMttv trier a4 beiissr k 'ftwisiM
Mumitain Mislay-Dfelrie, Vtmir tt Yawatsat, aeel IW-
rifery or AWieea. M xaoem shm ,
tU d eeUl aesst w bt is Viijtomlrt3)miillm'
37. Brrere4 sasxk. The Bxserier IKsssiiiaet) nrsiMUt
KtssaMr 37 Briac a Wtews. m .WH:
And in accordance with law, and an order of tie Hoard
of Directors, made on the fith day of January, IsTT, o
warn ihares of each parcel of sueh stock n way ho nec
essary, trill be sold at public auction, nt tho o&leo of the
eomrany. Room 1, No. 43 Stontpmiery street, San Fran
cisci California, on SATURDAY, the TENTH day of
MARCH, 1?77. at the hour of ono o'clock r. Jt. of said ;
day, to pay said delinquent assessment thereon, toother
with COsU of advertising and etpense of the sate.
O. H. BOOART. Secretary.
OrncK Room 1, No. 402 Montgomery street. San Fran,
eiscu, California. fab.w3ir
Application for Patent
Tt) TUK SECOND SOUTH EXTUXSIOX OX THE W.VB
V. s. taxi Orncc raicoTr, A. T., )
Februarjfa. 1677. J
Notice Is hereby frlven, that Levi llashfcrd and Cora.
IMny, by their Authorised arcnt, Julius X. Hudcnbur?,
whesn potfllce addrew l l-eott, A. T., hare this
dsvlllol their application for a patent for eight (00)
hundred linear fevt of die Second orth Extension oa the
WarliaRle mine or rein, bcarinsr trold nnd tllTer, with
surface ground ttro fJOO) hundred feet iu width, altuate,
lvinpaodlxlnpla Bradshan Mountain MInlae; District,
County of Ynvapal ami Territory of Arisoaa, ami known
and dixlrnated by the Held notes and official plat on Ble
In this otlico as t-ol No. 40 iu unsurreyed Undsa The
exterior boundaries of said Lot Xo.40 ljclnas follows, rit;
rariallon, 14 deg-. 3 mln. ciut, commecclntr at center of
outh boundary of claim, thence north 70 ilej-. it min.
K! one hundred (100) foot, to southwest corner ot claim
and monument i.'o. 1, from which an oak tlrht inches
in dtimster bear south 3 deg-. 'west 21 feet distant, nn
oakelrhtlachesin diameter bear north 4 deg-. east 1C
feet i&tant, rod u plus 10 Inches in diameter bean south
63 def. east 2Ct feet distant, and from which corner won
unifutXo. 2, estahiishlBir the northwest corner, to first
north extension on the War Eoffle lode, bears north 70
der. U tain, west 3 feet dUUnt thence north 19 Arg. 49
mln. east eight hundred (SOO) feet to the northwest comer
of claim and monument No. 2 from which an oak 8 inchej
in diameter brar south 30 deg-. east 9 feet distant, and an
oak 8 inches In diameter hears nonb 7 de. west lti feet
distant, and an oak 10 inches In diameter bear south 88
dejr. last 25 feet distant, thence south' 70 xtg 11 min.
east ttio hundred v2O0) feet to northeast corner of claim
aad monument No. 3, from whleh an oak 8 Inches In di
aneter bear south 40 rrcst 13 feet distant, nnoak 6 inches
In diameter bear north 12 deff. east 2ii feet distant, nnd
aa oak 4 inches In diameter bears north 13 itg. west ft.
distant, and a led of granite droppings, marked on the
west ride with a x 6 by 6 Inches, bears north 71 dear. 13
mln. (st 736 feet distant i thence south 19 deg. 40 mln.
west eight hundred ( W)J feet to southeast comerof elnlm
and mcuument No 4 .. thence north 70 dep. II min, wet one
hundpsd flOO feet to center of south boundary of claim
cud pi ice of berinnlar, oontatnlnp three and 67-100 acres.
This alalia U bextuded on the saath bv the Urst north ex
tension oa the AVer Kasrie lode. The locatiou of this
Mine Is duly recorded In the Recorder' Office ef Yara
nal Countr. Ariiooa. la Book B. 3. of reoordi of mine
at folio 337. Any and all perioaa clalmlny ad vmeAj jW;
uilBeqr said mining sroundw herela before described,
are required to 111 their advene claim with the Register
of tse United State Laad OHice nt Prweott, ia tho
Territtiry of Ariaon durlne; the lxty day period of
publktiUon hereof, or they will be barred by rirtnc of tho
trTlslon of the Statute.
WILLIAM XKLbY, .
feet(l t yeeOeast eoer jT CMm
Autaber 1. .Mas wMen a HfOmniMiV r:
taMkJotteewterf Weetftse with XSsw saba.
hrsSotiieX dr.!iS sate. KMt337 iset MtmmL ( h,.
South 1? itei-. 49 sola. WUft thait (MMJ Vm4 to ;
ii ti mm f AnaahP or mtmwmm iX&m , jMtMiteAsLf tj
from wbM tfcegwmH TiisjWtr MMhWasr
Northefc erer be "srth 3B doy. Tftut 4truriMW
usas uieoce .utut (ws;. ji f. iws nmmrM
feet to South we4eor9 of fah aad MeaoMisrt Xsin.
ber 3, theae Nort V) 4$ aU. Eas oee ekimm I
l,0) Ivet to Kerthweet earaer ovem sussl. mm.;
ksent Number 4. these .Sooth 74 dew. It tat. Hsu. -
oa hundred (100) fe44e center .f sha at ptaee h.
riunler, cootajolnr fcw wsd 3t Hs aere. TMt tsi.i
bounded ca the North by e Ftrt Noerh Jttetm e
the AVar Eaele We. Th toenHes ef tin Um k ibsir
recorded la the Keeordr Ose f Yaeenai OetMsty.
Arizona, In Book 8 3 of Reeonte of Mine, at fee 3aT.
Any and all perc claltaia adrweely aay pseHea wf,
sua uucorery Locauoa oa ue rvar "sua ec
eit sjsV . 'W3m.
ttaWe HiiiMii 'TV
Dsinlnrtrround tu herelahesVee deserrhed, am reiiBtred
to file their ad rerse claim with the iieMter at.W
United State Land Ofico at Freeeott ki ISMTeeieserr
of Arixooa dorins; the Any esftf feeied of pMt
ctkm hereof, or they will le Isawred Jy lki
the proYistoa of the Statate. . . r
.TC KJXXX 2i. SVEU.T, H ir is nr.
In the District Conrt. of the Third .ThmmiI
DIairlct, Territory o Arissoog, Coy erf
ratiippina jtocKors, pesttmur. vs. MAthms
Action brought in tha DWrkt CoKfi t tk
Tlilnl Jittlicial District, Ia ml for the
County of Yavapai la the Territory ef Ari
Th Territorv of Arizona hkU tWrtttium
You are hereby sr.nunonoO and rtHir4
to apiffiar in an actien brought aatlnt th
uyiueaoovonarci ptsmtitt in te ltsjtrii'
Court of the Tltlnl Judicial District is uhI
for tho County of Yavapai in theTerritorvtef
Ariiona and answer the complaint filed with
the Clork of this conrt at Pmseett It salil
County (a copy of whick coinpktist aec-cm-panis
IhU summons) vkhlrt twenty "day
(oxelusivo of tim day of service) after thai
servlco upon you of this .Hummoiw, if ervtl
ia this County: but if served Ht f this.
County, and within this district, tbn wHhiH
thirtrdavs: in all other cases, fortv davx.
This action U broueht praying for a "decree,
uissomng uio oouus oi matrimony now ex
isting between tho lUalntiifand dcfendaHt, oh
tho grounds of extreme cruMv. bvinRiotine
grievous, mental and bodily wiidrksg upon
Anu you aro hereby notUwl that if v&
fall to appear and answor the conmialnt as
above required, tho plalatltfwlll tskoilfurt.
against you, and will apply to tle Cowrt ior
cue react uemunueu in iter said coetwttiitit.
and costs and dl3bur?emHts in tkte Wtialf
Given under my hand and-1 bo seal of th
In the District Court of the Third Jodteial IifrM. i
ana ror w Waatr of JiofiiT, aTtry of ArK.
The Senator Consolidated Mints; CeeafMy,
otralast Jha Baker, Grant Blake aad Jew l. fMaer,
defendant. Suwrnots. Attioe heuafht Va the IH
trit Court of the Third Judicial DWfiet, m aad fcr
said County and Territory.
rfte Ttrrilety iffjtruona tmJt preefiV o Jh 8ktr,
You are hereby summoned aad required to tww W .
aa actios brought against Voa hr the ahere-i
tin. In Use District Court of t. Third JrnUeia! Dtje4.
iu aaa ior me ueuoiy oi Jaonare, in itto Taeritory oc AHtr
sona, aad answer the compUlat Id wMt She Oieek ed '
said Court, at Cerbat, in said eeittty (a eofy ( w4te "
complaint acooEpanice this saiatno&s), witstks tsreMt
da- exclusire of the day of serriee) aster she ierrfee. "
npoa you ot mis summon. 11 serretf wlthla thle eoatj-;
hut if terred out of tha couatr, and wlthla thU lH4ier.
then wlthir, thirty day j In all other ee, forty dave.
And yen are hereby notified that if you sail ta3fper
and answer the complaint as there required, the fleiarssT
will Uke JitdymeBt against you for the reetisoiios of the
laad aad rremisc described In ?a!d eompleJat- fcr
damage for witbboldins tbe Mme, aad f5,6e. (he Talite ot
the rents and profit thereof and fcr each eifeer adiuc
thcrrelietastotheCoon may teesa set aad eaatsaHg..
aad costs aad dishunemeatt ia thie hehaK expevded.
Qlvea under tny hand aad the seal of laid DtsM4
Court, at Cerbat, this testh day ef Jsdy,
ska.l.j A. D. elj'utera Saadred aad MisMriix.
JanK-Cw CALDWBLL "Y RIGHT. Cleek.
To E. II. Smith, Jaae Mairair, a&l aU eehee she
Si'ter Star Mine, first northviMierly z4ie t th
Lone Star, in Wollapal Mining PlMdet, MeteT-e.
You are hereby ROtiiled if you d aot apfetvr within
nlaety days from thU date, and pay to It. Whet yew
proportion of the asseument, a is required by law, Mm
uodersicned will claim aad forfeit yotsr tsttoreet In saU
lode, according to the mininfUw of the DUtriet
February 1, 1S77. M, WHITS. .
U. S. L.vxn Ofrtcr.
Fees cott, A, T., Jaweary W, 1S7T. i
To tho Atlantic and Purine Kallroad, rreethse;:
In the matter of Pre-emption Cash Entry No. 67.
May 10th, lS7ts iu the name of Peter Matx, eTtor tin
northwest quarter of tlio south n-est ijaarttr of seeeW H.
and stath half of southeast quarter and srthet quarter
of southeast quarter of section 13, towaetslp 8 aorth,
3 west of Gllla and Salt Hirer meridian. A pwttosiofthe
aboTe tract is within the limits of the grast to tt Attaatk
and lat!Bc Kalboad, which took etfect itrcli lh, VIM.,
Peter Marx havioc settled prior to withdrawal, W eatry
has been approYcd by the Iloa. J. A. Willismwea, Ceadw
sloaer of the Oeseral Land OMce, saMeet to as appeal H
taken within sixty days frsra Ihe date hereof.
AVILL1AM X. KELLY, SecWtor.
T. A. STErttESa
KELLY & STEPHENS,
3ST E "W S AGENT
And Wholesale aad Retail Deedeta
UNDER WJLLR, .
ToMcco, Clgtu Confcctiouery
Fancy Goods, Yankee Notioni
Guns, Pistols, Cutlery.
Buck Gloves, Figs, Datse,
' Nuts, Toys, ana Watch as. ' . '
G-J-JBJDllr SEEDS, ETC.
Gr,UiteraMaaa Qcxlej Stnait, Fnmtt, A. T,
THE POST TRADER'S-STORE,
FORT WHIPPLE, ARIZONA,
kkets roa nxix
boots .3srr shoes,
STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC.
. B0WEH3 A XICHAKDS.Prertielor .
J . L . FISHER,
REAL ESTATE ASENT,
Auctioneer and Commission Xercfciit;
OfHce New County-
Has ftwMle many of the most deMMr hiiPiKe.-1
situated lath, towu of PrescotU- af wir i
OlHT OF ROCKS LIME MMt,J
A. S. ClOllB-ll. Piin&AA. :r
L1MK always" am ha&d ia any itmin to s'uSUhe wt,
MotiWiVHsva Street, PrjcvII. . , jirSSyV '
tar Mm , asm. 1