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FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1877.
-Don't get angry, even if your man isn't
Only two days till the
".and a ucir President.
fourth of March
Her. Alex Groves will shortly visit the
Little Colorado settlements.
Smudgiussays: Hake your home happy
even if you have to stay away from it.
Upwards of 500 acres of wheat will, this
year, be grown in Ycrdo and adjacent valleys.
Governor Safford lias a very long com
munication in a late Citizen, the reading of
"which wc have mapped for a lazy hour.
: Two hundred copies of tho railroad bill
were ordered printed. TVc arc expecting
copies thereof by next mail from Tucson.
Any "family man" who says he is too
poor to take a newspaper should bo indicted
for obtaining a family under false pre
Col. Dunkclbcrgcr, an ex-Army officer,
who at one time commanded old Camj)
Grant, in this Tcrritorr, is now Postmaster
at Los Angeles, California.
Wc are sorry to see the Citizen go back
on its late idol, Mr. Chun, and would ask it
why it does not humbly request him to cm
ploy his large body-imard in subduiutr In
dians which it says arc now devastating the
"Southern frontierf '
AS RHUS 11Y ,V CITIZK
Tho Board of Supervisors and people of
j Yavapai County havo uow no time to loose
' in preparing for action upon tho important
matters entrusted to uicm uy me lata Legis
, lutttrc. AU want uood county buildiiurs
in portions of our Trrritorv, and. tlik is i erected upon the best and most convenient
what he says in-a rceont 'letter, which wc Ik11""1 Prescott. Let us have a good
i ruau 10 fur mini's. .;wiu, imiucr, us soon as
nrisililo luul iih imnroved road. lv vv
" 4 , I'-" " - " I 1 - J " '
arc goou, mil . iinct- Canvon. to our eranarv. Suit ltivor
dohn McCafferty, of Los Angeles, Cali
fornia, has traveled and mined a yreat deal
find in the Los Angeles Herald
Tho agricultural districts
limited m extent, and arc confined at VuUov lt KKible, some monev ought to
present, to the bottom lands bordering tho'i ,:ent mnroviu? tho road fnndimrfmm
. 1 - - a ' -"
Sevend members of tho recent Legisla
ture talked as if they favored the passage of
a law taxing church property. Those most
in favor of it represented Pima County.
They wanted Northern members to "pull
chestnuts," bnt they had other fish to fry.
This child was recently rather anxious to
annex Ehrcnbcrg to Moliavc county, and
would have moved in the matter had it not
been for a friend of ours, who did not want
it in "his'n." Well, the time is nt)t far dis
tant when Ehrenberg will be the seat of a
new county, or something better.
Sax Francisco Examiner. This sterling
Democratic paper comes to u looking fully
one hundred per coat better than it did two
months ago, all owing to a splendid new
dress, from top to Iwttom, to which its pro
prictors have treated it. It is now the hand
somest paper in San Francisco, and as newsy
as the best of them. May it never grow
Upton Stcart: Your poor wife and
four children miss you at home, iu Sacra
mento, California, She fay-s, in a recent
letter to Col. Uigelow, of Prescott, that you
are a great, big, six-footer, and that when
last heard from, you were living on the
Verde river. Send word to the lorcd ones
at -home, old man, for they say you are
about GO years old.
sixits alon-r the various streams.
should be geuenUlv known throughout Cali
Wc will uow turn our attention to its min
eral resources, and, if 1 mistake not, tho
near future will prove Arizona to lc the new
bonanza land. Tho early opening 'bf rait
way communication will bring its great min
eral deposits more convincingly before the
capitalists of California and tho East. You
may then hear them say, "It :s now worthy
of our attention,' but, while that will be
good, I must now say to them that, while it
is better late than never, it is still better
early than late, and therefore they should
grapple with these undeveloped lodes at
While Nevada can proudly point to the
Comstock, her one true fissure, and say, " It
has shed its lustre throughout tho world
with credit to itself and with honor to the
great men of the Pacific slope," still, Arizona
can cxultingly point to the McCracken, feck
uu i isicr, which nru iruu uurcs, uiuuirii
suit unucvciopcu. isow, tnero is ncr auvcr
King, which, while not a true fissure, ami
showing no signs of a ledge formation, may
be. safely regarded as the silver wonder of
This is good, but the writer should have
visited Middle and Northern Arizona, where
there are hundreds of furni9 far from any
stream, and thousands of fat sheep.
pent in improving the road loading
SPjTSCott tn the mountains north- Dill Wil
Hams and Sim Francisco. While the expen
diture uf $100,000 will increase our taxes, it
will, also, give employment to hundreds of
men aud several teams; ive us good, per
manent improvements and make a better
market for our farmers, dairy men, etc.
several rivers and stream
Tho pastoral ranges arc numerous and
extensive in thoir scope, but are nol suitable
for all kinds of stock. Horse and cattle
have aud will do well, but, notwithstand
ing what may be said to the contrary, slice)
can never thrive upon these pasture ranges.
inc neruage is wr too caaic, aim, as lar as i Day ,,as ccrtrtia.v .iai ; x,rth..rn
I can judge, tho soft grasses can never le'zon ,ml ,W wtrtncrittf will surclv
ii . . r . . t . . I ci- a i 'J ' -
i.uuriMi, j ". i tho result throuphniitthfl.n-fiidcoimtrvlviiiff
r:, .n tho result throughout tha groat
lAfbetNx-etn'thd Gila' river mid
loiliidarr: for itOt onlv Yavapai, but alt the
counties thereof, are goiug into internal im
provements with a will.
C0'Dun. The streets of Prescott wore,
to-day, crowded with people and wagon
from all sections pfYaP'd County. The
fanners were in with butter, eggs grain,
ctcn etc,, which they .very readily disjwscd
of. Miners, stock laisers, and others were at
tending to business. Stores, saloons and all
other business places, appeared to be well
patronized,' so Die MtxKU' fancies that Pros
cottites will go to bed this Saturday night
very well satisfied with the business of the
Hon. L. A. Stevens, who 1ms, lately, and
"previously thereto," well and faithfully
represented Yavapai County in tho higher
branch of tho Legislature, "is now hard at
c, dairy aud numer-
staucc below town.
. wprk, nmning hirfT large
, j ous hurnis a short disfam
Albixo Toxtxt lias not been heard from
by his friends for more than two years. He
Is about 30 years old. His native language
is Italian, although he speaks English. His
parents reside in Switzerland. Any infor
mation concerning him will lc thankfully
received by his brother, M. G. Toniui, care
Spcranza Ir&liuna Lodgo No. 219 F. & A.
About Hexs.TIio Scientific Farmer
gives the preference to small hens, for rapid
egg production, and speaks of the Leghorn
tribe as being the best of all small breeds.
Here in Arizona, n great many farmers think
Jiighly of the Black Spanish brecd, but wc
liavc interviewed observant poultry breed
ers who despise the tribe, aud say that
n year's hard
laying, generally "lets them
A glance at a dispatch fiom Tucson, pub
lished in the telegraphic columns of this
jKipcr, goes to show that sonic sharpers down
at Tucson are playing with old "Quo War
ranto." Well, Jet them amuse themselves
and play with "pin heads," if they want to.
Fate is against them. They may kick ; they
may squirm; they may rant; they may rave
but they can't force courts of justice to aid
them in" bolstering up their peevish and
The high ofiicials and some of the well-to-do
people of Tucson have been making
tlicnif-clvos ridiculous, by one day accusing
the Chiricahua Apaches of raising "Neil"
down near Sonora; another day, the buga
boo red- skins arc accused of being from uie
Warm, or Hot, Spring Reservation, in New
Mexico. Still, another day aud they are
registered an Comanche.
The military authorities who ought to
know, sav that there arc no Indian in the
Territory, off reservations, save tlioso who
formerly resided on San Carlos, undcrthc
great and good Agent C'luin, and thaffln
dians now "out from under his wing are
merely "starring" it, after the example set
all Indians by Mr. Hum and his Indian
troupe, who recently got such rapid send-
oil's f,rst to t'lc States, by the treasurer of
the canwjt-bagjrcr s John aon (mici is
Surveyor General, by the grace of Gov. Saf
ford, R. C. McCorinick and ex-Senator
Stewart); next from the States, by a bigger
bug, or bugger, than Wasson, who saw that
CI u m, instead of attending to his duties at j
San Carlos, was scandalizing the not very j
honest and popular Indian Department at '
the East, while his subordinates and the
contracting human vultures of Tucson were.
it is said, making uood headway in driving
Indians oil" the great Reservation, and
thereby tucing raiiomt, the valuo of which
has gone to enrich faro-dealers, whisky
sellers and others of lesser note.
The thieves organ used to have it that
Mr. Clum compicred tlw Apaches and all
other Arizona Indians and that there could
be no more troublesome red mon within a
radius of hundreds of mile-, from Mr. Chun's
quarters ; but here it is uow shouting
lustily nlout "recent murders and robber
ies" by Indians, and cursing the military lye
cause the commander thereof will not aban
don present Headquarters and establish
others at Tucson. Let us hoar from you on
this point, you whining pap-sucker.
Wc are sorry to know that Gov. Satford is
being takon in and done for by the design
ing knaves who arc now crying wolf. We
hope he will soon have his eyes opened and
be able to se through the Indian Ring veil
that now makes him sec Indians all around
Tucson, a town that is pining for the pub
lic pap upon which, in former years, it grew
"Messrs. O'NcU and Marony, funncw of
Kirkland Valley, arrived here recently.
From them wc 'learn that all the jHioplc
down there arc hard at work, preparing their
lands for the production of another crop.
Hon. Hugo' Richards, one of Yavapafa
ablest and most trustworthy ronrosontatives
in the two past Legislatures honored the
Mixer ollicc with a call, to-day.
J. GOLD WATER & BRO.
Having opened In their Now Store,
Corner of Goodwin and Cortez Streets,
Invito tho attention of tho public to their Urge and well olectd ock of
Consisting in part of
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, G-lwu and Putty
3EC .A. J? BWABE,
The Assessor will soon le ujion us.
When you want exercise, start on a bill
"Pumpkins and Pine-nuts" is a favorite
motto for Yavapai and Maricopa couHttca.
Four wagons (drawn by oxen) passed our
ojlico Saturday afternoon last, tn ivte to
some one of our valleys, with lumber ami
shingles from one of our mills.
John Raible, our next door neighbor on
the north, wa playing with his hoo-ilpe
and pump., Saturday lost, and convinced m
that he could and would retard the progress
of a tire, Mioidd one occur in his immediate
The mail for oiuts in Mohave County
left Prcscott about throe o'clock, r. httt
Sftturday. By it we sent out the very latest
news to a people who have greater cause to
grumble about the neglect of the Poetotlire
Department than any other people iu the
Watl l?aper, .
Wiif on Mutafial,
Yankee Notions,Tobacco, Cigars, Snuff, Cigarettes,
Pocket Cutlery, Scissors, Cards, Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Stationery, Etc.
C. 1 lUJAO, rrcett.
O. P. HEAD & C
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MEI
1UESC0TT AND CAMP VERDE, a
Rwpcctfully announce to Uio people of Northern Arizona tWt;5
hand, and an constauuy rcceiviugt
The Largest, Best Selected and Ctitf
stock: o 2?
Ever Offered for Sale in tlii Haxl
I Picks, Steel,
snoveis, LV0U ,
Sletes, Ore Sacks,
Wheelbarrows, Ro ie,
HATS, SILVWLS, WllAI'l-KUS AND UNDERWEAR
OK ALU V DSanUTlON'is.
A Large and choice assortment of
GENTLEMENS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Iloiuohohl FuruUliing GoimU, Linens Napkins ToweU. Cnuli, Table
lllankets, Sheeting, Viilown, Maitresie, etc.
A large atisertinont of
CILOTXiS, CSSI2vrE"El33S SATINETS,
Shecp'ihcar, Wool Sack, Grain Hags, Sack TwJnc and NceUlci.
Our Avorthy fellow-townsman, Dr. J. 2f .
3IeCautlless, antl his brother-in-law, Mr.
William Kerr, are opening what will shortly
be a fine tann, on Ivirkfand Creek, some
twenty miles below tVc main settlement on
sniil ?troam. They have abuiulancc of good
land and water, and cannot fail to raise good
31 r. Clancy arrived here yesterday from
Jim Ononis sheep camp, near Camp Date
Creek, whither he went with the view ol
purchasing Jim ewes, but "'Jeeuies" was
not on tho sell. 31r. Clancy will next visit
the Little Colorado, where ho hopes to pur
chase shcop from 1 liram O'Neil. Mr. Clancy
will purchase jod sheep here or in Calf
fornia aud drive them into New Moxico.
FIRST QUALITY AND BRANDS OF ARIZONA AND CALIFORNIA FLOUR.
HAH LEY IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
litT" Liberal price paid for Country Prodace.
ACKxrs roi: mr.jirrut.i,.s candy imctokv.
A Mr. Wright, of Tulare county, Califor
nia, has been very successful in finding wa
ter by the" ''witch-hazel process." He is
said to be in the employ of the Southern
Pacific Railroad Company. He should
come to Arizona, call up artesian water and
jweket $3,000, which the Tcrri ory offers to
the finder of the first flowiug well of- water.
One attempt in Southern Arizona was not a
Micccss. Au attempt in this section of the
Tcrritorr has never been made.
Letters and papers from all parts of the
Union warrant us iu stating that the North
ern Counties of Arizona Mohave, Yavapai,
3faricopa and Pinal, will, this year, be hon
ored and favored with an exceedingly large
immigration of good people, who arc com
ing aud preparing to come with brains, mus
cle, money, property and other choice "arti
cles.' Let them conic, our section is just
the sort of a country thev desire, with its un
surpassed climate: its fine farminir. srrazin
loUe Military Onlrr.
Gen. Knut3r.is.HUcd thefollowln
ders on tUo 21st hint:
I. Paragraph 5. Special Orders No. 3, cur
rent .series, from thoe llondquarters, Is revo
ked. If. The troops in thi Department will be
paid to include the muster of February IIS,
At Camps McDowell nnd Verde, and Fort
Whipple, A. T., by Major Rodney Smith,
Paymaster, I. A. .
At Camps Apnche, Bowie, Grant, Thomas
and Lowell, A. T., including the companies
and detachments in tho field, in southoni
and southeastern Arizona, by Major James
It. Itoehc, Paymaster, U.S. A.
At Fort Yuma, Cal. and Camp Mojavc, A.
T., by Major W. M. Mavnadicr, Paymaster,
John Lord, 2s. Strickland and other citi
zens of Chir.o and Upier Verde valleys in
formed ih, while Jicre Saturday last that
green grass aud weeds were springing
up when they left home.
Another gentleman informs us that there
is plenty of green feed around Date Creek,
Walnut Grove, Lower Verde aud other lo
calities. Mrs. 1L K. Farringtoo, of Indian Well?,
arrived here by stage this morning and is
stopping with her sister, Mrs. J. L. Fisher.
Mrs. Farrington is the oldest dnughter of
Mr. and Mrs Shivers, of Chino Valley, who,
with their fnmilr, came to this itart of the
Territory in 180 1. Her residence of four or
five years in California has not worn the Ar
.zona otr, as she still thinks this, the bctand
loveliest of countries.
NEW GOODS!! NEW GOODS!!
ISST-VXtrilSIX 1D 1SO-1.
FOB 1VI E C H A N I C S :1!
Planes, Hatchets, Window Sha4
Saws, Hammers, Wall PaWt
Nails", Butts & Screws, Paperl
Paints, White Lead, Oil-tft
JP O TZ -WOOX-. GMOWEB
For I-Iotols, Station. Keepers and Sat
Ale & Porter,
JOHN G. CAMPBELL
has now" nncntVED thi: i.auoest and most cojiri.irrK stock of
GENERAL M E R C H ft N DII SiE
Several people havo recently settled in
'f fhino Vnilev. which eommencu-i attout
twenty-five miles north of Prcscott and runs !
to the Grcat Colorado nver, a distaurc of
about one hundred mile?. The valley has a
"rent deal of gooU farming land and unlim-
I . 1 . j" . . L 1. TT- . - 1 i i ,
. uuu niujju iur mock, it awr is juuiuy .ti
! shallow depths below the surtacc. The
j hills, on cither side, arc covered with brush
mining and timber land:
President Grant came very near accom
plisliing a praise-worthy net, some fort days
ago, when he nominated his Private Secre
tary to be Surveyor-General of Arizona, vice
that hoary-headed, contemptible old-bcggar-on-horseCack,
John Wasson, who would have
"been kicked out, had it not been for the in
tercession, in hh behalf, of It. C. McCor
mick, who is indebted to Waseon for num
erous sickening puff?. "Wc know "Wasson;
Jic is a carpet-nagger; has licen on every side
of every quostion; cares for nothing but
money; has no honor; no friends hero or
elsewhere: no regard for the welfare ofthis
Territory and no higher motives than to
pander to those in power. Put him out, Mr.
President, and give us even a negro, in hi3
llace, for a change.
Latest Acts. Knowing that several
mont ha will elapse before Secretary Iloyt
can have the late session laws printed and
distributed, wc, while at Tucson, made ar
rangements bv which wc were, last week,
The l'mlilriitlul Question.
"We give our readors the latest telegraph
ic news and, as ours is a uon-partisan paper,
wc will not attempt to force our own per
sonal views of thequestion upon them. We
have not read up the subject, but those who
nave , tea uu.u, us nm muU .y , , Ll , ( fu- . , , ma. . and
an(U heeler have won the contest. It thej , yUions of ahnost aU ; ortJnt ,aws
arc lairjv uivvivi auu i.uiiiiivt in iv tr uv.
for a moment believe that
will do more about the matter
that the choice of a President was not left to
a nonular vote, in which case Tilden would
i i , t visions ol almost all important laws passed, ;
' n,.f and shall continue giving syuopi of such
f;.nf",lawsa3logas copy lnsb. Wo would ad
' ,S . i vi;c a saving of itaivers containing the same.
be the fast coming man.
Local 8 ntel I ierence.
Hon. James P. Hull left for
Mohave county to-day.
IlKi.iciors. l,The sound of the church
- going bell,' was heard, twice, in Prcscott
I yesterday. Mr. Wright preached in one
I Methodist Church, in the forenoon ; Mr. Gil-
i more iu thu evening. Mr. Monk preached I
j in ute cnurcu on me Avcst siue i uninuc
' creek. We learn that all three of the rcv
! erned gentlemen had good audiences. Our
home in ! two Sabbath Schools were well attended.
KVER BROUGHT TO THIS MAltKET. COMPIHSIXG
Mcn'e, Youth's aud lloya' Clothing, Ladies' and Gents' Underwear,
Hoot!?, Shoes nnd Slipper?, Men's and Hoys' Hat,
Shirts, Neckties and Gloves lTo.icry and Handkerchief.
Bar.Damask, lluspia and Crash Toweling, Cnlicoc?, Ginghams. Alpaca,
Poplins, "Wool Plaids, Tweed?, Cassimcrcs and Denims,
"White, Colored and Opera Flanucls, Ladies' and Misfcs Shawls,
CufiV, Collars, Crochet, Embroidery Edging,
Vnllcncicnncs Lice, Nottingham Lace,
Black Siik Fringes, Ect., Etc., Etc., Etc.
BLANKETS uSJST MATTRESSES,
Cotton and Rustic Blinds, Tapestry and Velvet Mats,
Tnpcstry, Ingram and 3-ply Carpels, Oil Cloths, "Wall Paper and Border,
Box, Cylinder and Thermometer Churns, llockiug, Dining nnd Oflico Chain,
Children s Chairs, Bedroom Sets, Table nnd Pocket Cutlery,
l-ish Hooks and Lines, Picks, Shovels and Sledges,
Planes, Chisels, Axes,
Couplings, Elbows, Chains,
Cooking nnd Parlor Stoves,
Etc, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Sporting, Giant and Blasting Powder, Fuse, Caps,
Drill Steel, Taint Brushes, Woo! Sacks and Twine,
Paints, Oils. Glxss. Smalts, Bronze, Turpentine, White Lead, Gold Leaf,
Crockery, Glassware nnd Lamps, Traveling Bags, Satchels, Trunks.
Uar tiiassc, .Bottles, Mirrors, Vahscs, Chandeliers, Etc., Etc
A FULL ASSOimiEJrr OF
-r-i s- -r -rr rr t tt T -x.7-
Flour, Corn Jftoal. Beans, J3acon, HainSivi
Uanneu iaeax & jjtuic, xuco, uoueB,
Syrup, Dried Pruits, Spices, Soap, Oxii
Starch, Cream Tartar, Yeast Powders, Jt
Carpets. Oil Cloths, Matting, Blankefijt
Liberal Prices, in- Merchandise or (Ji
COLD DUST, COLD AND SILVER BULLrOt
.... -,v r r 'mas
3IEROHA2iTABLE HIODUOTS OE THE
Prices at Vordo House tho same as at Presootttf
X3I . -XT
S T OI
IT O RTHEAS P SI 3D IB OP
KEEPS COSSTAXTLY OS HAND A CHOICE STOCK 0T 2
BACON, LAUD, SYRUP, SUGAR, TJJl,
STBAINED AND COJIB HONEY, DKIED A'D CA"f
California and Salt Hiver Flour, Choice Californ&'if
JIocs Bakes, "Wheelbarrows,
Jron and Lead Pipe,
Suction, Force nnd Lifting Pumps,
Fenders, Etc., Etc.,
lot of bibles, etc.
The beauty and cxcoUonce of Prcscott and
vicinity, as compared with that of Tucson
and vicinity, is. in reality, incomparable.
J. L. Fisher, book-keener of this ofiicc.
has fallen heir to n considerable sum of ! who will take charge
monev, bvthe death of two of his aunts.
Tim Prcscott Sabbath School (the eldest lhas
presented the M.K. Church South with a. urecn, ULick ana Jinglish Breakfast Teas,
Iontezuma. Hon. C A. Luke has leased
this oldand favorite establishment to Messrs.
Thomas Whitehead &
COPPER AND SHEET I R O IV
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND MADE TO OHDEIt.
StJixlc jxncl Fancy Groceries
Of 1TIE NEWEST AND CHOICEST E-ESCUlPTtONS. COMTMSl.NQ
Mocha, Java nnd Rio Coffee,
Mackerel, Salmon Bellies, Dried Beef,
uuckwlient lour, Canned Fruit,
Mushrooms, Cheese, Irani., Bacon,
Smoked Salmon, Boneless Codfish,
Cracked Wheat, Hominy. Oatmeal. .
Jdcn JJned 1 ruits and Vegetables.
Hon. Wm. S. Head has returned to Verde
to take charge of business there. Bill is a
good boy. His legislative name is "BoiS.''
Kain. Thi section of country was, to-day,
favored with light showers of raiu. Heavy
clouds linger iu the distance and may, ere
long, spill themselves. Hope so.
Two ministers, lU'Vi.Alex.Grovcs and Alex.
Gilmorc, chaplain U.S. A., have honored us
with calls since our return from the lower
region;-. e leci ueiier lor sam cans ami
Prcscott is now the Capital of Arizona.
"Yc look for the arrival here of the Territo
rial ofliccrs. and property sometime in April
next, and would remind our citizens that sev
eral good rooms and houses will then be in
-i mi. T-i i ; , i
ucma im. ic wuraiy, -wucii is a rgc ami . , w; w v, j,, onl(J mon
vuntnlilc nni iiif al li!iv ?i lnri m nni ot I
our line bricks; likewise the archives, etc.
Prcscott was robbed of the capital in the
fall of 1867. so that the robbers have had
thcdcaefie-Fdt for upwards of nine years, j unm
ItMiaTiu ofgreat benefit to them, yet, ycrt
spite ot sanl bcncntj'l'rcscott ana surround
ing country are, to-day, far ahead of Tucson
and surrounding country, iu "civilizationj
population, business, everything that "goes
to make an American country.
If the people of Xorthcrlt and Middle
Arizona arc true to .themselves. Prcscott will.
ill the best possible way. Jlr. Whitehead is
known all over Arizona, as a good and pop
ular catecrer, while his partner, Mr. Pluincr
idgc, is a cook that is a cook. Both of
them aro good, clever fellows. Wc bespeak
for them liberal patronage.
"f tho cf.tobhmentiAOUncco nun viol's, wjucs, Jiquon. Ale. Porter and Ciller.
BoWS. PoIm. TtlltW Slmff TIiiVi.
a1uuuicjiiaiicr8,aucKics,onaps,itings, 'Vagon Spokes, rcllocs, Etc., Etc.
AH of which will be sold at Bedrock Prices, or exchanged for the
Products of tlm Country.
?" ",c ,1R51 ol Jirca ,ncx' B",, scc l,,a.1 i aMIC3. Ox V hips, Blacksnakcs, Collars, Harness Soap and Eureka Dressin-.
' lull i.inl. room nnd rfbiiinint am romlurtiMl I fi.it. f. 1 , nt . . ' .1 ' .. hi,
r' v;r:;::;r ,r.i.fi; v caumc .uaw anu uiouis, n nin iastics.
Moue TXxis. Tliia section of Arizona has
been favored with a pretty good fall of ram.
It commenced jiouring down Saturday even
ing last and continued until after slccpy
headed people had retired to their couches.
Bcinr one of said sleepers, wc cannot slate
the duration of the spill, but feel safe in
utloa nnrfli nf Pwti-n t in 1SI53 iivut-. .iiv.n.. 10 ami in uuuur, JU lie
TllOa. J. MOltOAX.
T. O. DOUOIIEltTY.
MORGAN & DOUGHERTY,
and coutinucd to live
there from that time
ago, and now a resident of
arrived this morning.froinii
- -. .
Wash Pronchj one of the original
owncrsdiptlie Tlgcr minc, took his departure
from Prcscott, to-day, for the Peck mine,
with n wagon load of provisions. Tib-will,
ou his re turn. trip. Jrln r lead of Peck ore
have some hope of getting another wcttinir
before the present state of our atmosphere
Latui It has come, "in lots to suit."
Sunday-Ajc us several good showers of rain.
So did Sunday night. This. (Monday) morn
ing, we had Quite n snow storm. Tnit the
snow did not stay on the ground long. Tho
mountains around town arc covered with
snow, immrs look lavorablc lor more wet
One Door East
the Post Icc.
"WATCHMiiEURS AM) MAJSUFACTUIIING JE1VELEKS,
aiiatl nnr! Oilunpuinrn
) nuiunuo) uiuuO) uunoiij aim oiifctffaici
All klntl, of Tflwelrr antl Sllvrnvaro mnto from native Cold mt IW.r. KncrTiS of
crerr dr.rrlptlon. Jrc, lUbbou SUmiis, Ktc. All work Vftrraitetl.
On READV r.
lrteo, A. T,
MEN'S COMMON CLOTHING, FINE SHIRTS, I00TS AH'ij
ALSO, A CHOICE iTOCK OP ,
STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS, 3IE3lORANDU
A tat aiwrtoifol ot Tajrt. Matel ami Iai!r OnuiccnU, Catort, Toilet S!t, TMSt, J
Cimffctlonry, Kutu, Tclcco and Cljrar uftlic Cunt Vtatl; fwickm I1fttti9li
blia Cutlery, ViiXuU ttJL AmmaqHiun, Closk. Yallerf. rvud in&nr otbM thlsri U
of which will l V-
CHEAP FOR C-A-SJI -
AY. rnnrrt. Mlncn, and ertrrcne, will WTe amtrto tradlitf attTfffi?
r., Jaanarj-15. 1677. ,1 ;J"
CHOICEST FAMILY GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, VUKSMT.
liVlllJ-A-vi, UVXC, U'At'J5, -UX CUUBjj
AND A OEM3RAX STOCK 01'
FAJTCY GOODS. CROOKERV LAMP CI
CAXXKD JPHUnS, n02s ETC., ETC.
DEALERS IK THE
IVttvtt, A . T, March a. 1877.
Jloa wtusa frJ?fy
J -k 3d E S DE3ZO-W
CORTEZ STKEET, SOUTH1UST CORKER OF I'LAZA,
General Blacksmithinir, norscslioeiiis, 0xsJ9
EXECVTEO IK A WORKMAKMKE SfAKKER AKD AT SIKfcT
1I alM ha i!ruurc tf announcln-- Ifcnt h 1.a. PATENT TIKE SHKlXK1 -
nttcntloa to all orden entjpjtcU 1 hta chargt, to merit ,- hare of poWic patrBaagt.
Special Attention given to the Proper Treatment tflfi
Tor waot of a mil. the ilice wiw lrtr ftir triml of tlio lio. thn hois wal aU
" orartakw by th aiy and Isla.
PRESCOTT MEAT MAE!
XORTIIEAST CORNEll OP THE
ARE KOW PREPARED TO PURKlSlt THE PEOW.E OP TRESC0TT
AT FAIR, LIYIXSP
1 1ll H I I III
i CF'.Vl- r by Ma i J.I . t . O I'roiupi.
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