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FRIDAY, MAY 2o, 1S77.
A motion was made, through Brurars
Goodrich, attorney ior ml on bohulf of the
people of I'ricotr, Iwforc Judge French,
asking him to dissolve the Tool, Carpenter
injunction, which was granted on Saturday
the 19th. Judge French has, in this matter,
proved himsolf to bo an honest, impartial
Judge and has not allowed influence or local
prejudices to interfere in rcudering a verdict
which must be acknowledge bv every fair
minded man in Arizona as just. The law
abiding, honest, bona-fide citizen will bear
us out in this, our opinion of Judge French
Had Jlr, Goodrich brought the motion into
court to dissolve the injunction without an
swer, wo would have undoubtedly lost the
case, but through his keen perceptions he
. saw wnat. uie luuir were auer mm tootc au
entirely dillereut course from that which
certain parties expected ho would. We
know that the necessary arraugcmciits have
been made for moving the property to this
"place and the removal will commence this
week, and by the oth of June we may con
coutidently look for thearrivalof cvciythiug,
appertaining thereto, atPreseott.
A certain clique in Tucson have tried to
rob this section of the Capital, which
as rightfully lelongs to this people as does
a farm belong to the person havimr a patent
thereto, or a miner who owns a mine, or the
.merchant who owns a store. That the ring
is content with the verdict, wo have every
reason to know that they are not, and we
jnay still look for something else to conio
up, here in Trescott, at the coming term of
court wherebv they mar try once more to get
control of the Capital. "They will find Fres
cott ready to meet them in any endeavor
that they may iimke in this matter, and will
Imd it not an easy matter to possess that to
which thev have no riifht.
TIIK KUSSIAX-TUKKISH AVAR.
matters of importance.
The war news from Eastern Europe grows
more exciting with each day's dispatches.
tk far, the Russian invasion of European
Turkey has met with no serious obstacle.
Prince Nicholas, the commanding General,
has moveil his various corps through llou
mania, with such care and security, as
sliws that a comparatively easy passage of
the Danube will shortly follow. The de
struction of the Turkish iron-clads at Ibrail
greatly facilitates this. In Asia Minor the
Hussions have met with one severe defeat
that at liatoum, but it will not be likely to New Mixes. The Mazeppa, a gold and
tHjrmanentlv check their advance. There stiver lend, m JmuMiaw, ha been dicov
are two nuKoniont.-. from the direction of ! cr,d and recorded w ith the Count Recorder,
the Caucasus the chief uuc Wins throu-rh lv George H. Fletcher ami Frank Gnllaer.
Armenia ami lrom tneouthern shore ot the ,,0Ul practical miners, wnoare not apt to 10
lilack Sea. 1 lie other w not vet developed, catc a leail unlos they are oi a characte
Local I nte 1 1 ierence.
The Board of Supervisors have decided
to build the road from Prescott to Block
Canyon by private coil tract.
C. B. Foster, Deputy U. S. Survoyor, with
his crew of ongineers, left a few days since,
to the Big Cluno, in connection with survey
Mr. Blair, of Burnt ranch, came to town
this morning, his faoo beaming with smiles
and gladness for the moisteiiinir his ICO
of corn received during the hist thirty-six
The Keystone mill at Mineral Park, has,
for the present, Misncndud operations. Wo
arc in hopes that it will soon start up airain
ami will be kept .toauily at work pounding
out the precious metal of which Mojavo
county has untold quantities.
Harvey "Widows, foreman of the Zalida
Miue, is in town and reports the vein widen
ing and a rich streak ot horn silver making
its appoarance at the bottom of tho almtt,
which is now twenty-two lectin depth. Suc
cess to tho worthy owners, Noyes, Day and
"We loarn thnt some of our citizens arc
prcpariuir to irivc a concert, soon, the pro-
ceeds from which is to be applied to the fin
ishing ot tho M. Church boutli, and it is
to be hoped that the citizens will swell the
proceeds of the entertainment by a general
Our Tucson dispatches to-dav announce
the death at that place of John W. Hopkins,
Deputy collector ol customs. Air. Hop
kins was a man well liked bv all who knew
him. He loaves a wife and au iutcrustiuir
little family of children to mourn his loss,
in conjunction with a host of friends.
Fracas ix Court. At the term of the Mo-
javc county court which has iust concluded
its scssion at Mineral Park. Mr. Seal, the
superintendent of tho 'C3 mine was placed
under $3,000 bonds for contempt of court
and for challenging Hon. Thomas Fitch to
mortal combat during the deliberations of
the court which was at the time discussing
In the Humbug district, Miller & Sur
irijrht arc sinking on the first south exten-
tension of tho Silver Jack lode. At a depth
of 43 feet they have eighteen inches of chlo
ride ore that will average $-100 per ton.
They work sir men, and have five tons of
ore on the dump, two tons ot which will be
selected for shipment to San Francisco.
The Urba Masa has a vein of high grade
ore six inches wide, the average assays of
which are about $1,000 to the ton.
STAOi: KOUllKKS CAUGHT.
tho Other la
TWO MEN SHOT TN MAKING
but will be made cia the southern part of that denotes permanency and richness.
the Caspian bea through Persian territory, JI1C cross cut is the name oi another 1
and is without doubt inteuded to break the discovered in the same district, tho ore be
of the same character
mines in that vicinity,
mine is Daniel Frcmitm,
as Hint of all the
The locator of this
expected unity of all Mahoiumcdans which
it is natural to suppose would follow the
Sultan's proclamation of an holv war, bv
the raising of Mahommefs green and sacred
llag. Forsia is scismatic, and its Shnh
would not obiect to the division of Mussel-
man Mwer. Besides, an alliance of Persia
with Russia opens a road to Britisli India
Russia evidently comprehends the great
importance of the contest ami the impend
ing probability ol a general Maliommedan
uprising, indications of this are already
seen br the Tartar revolt in the Crimea and
that of the Caucasians also. Gen. Kaufman,
in Central Asia, has (ecn reinforced. Rus-
Ma can dostro Turkey, ltovidcd she remain
isolated. The oulv serious obstacles to this
is Great Britain. Her Indian Emnire. with Col
its 40,000,000 Mahaommedan subjects, makes P Francisco I'ost, arrived this morning by
interested. The present "tvern- Ptaac Irom 1MCsKn- "iiuon visits us
"We were pleased with a visit to-day from
Judge . E. Lovett. from llolhster, Call
forma. We find the Judge to be an ohi
latitorniau, who has had much experience
in Ins profession as well as in that ot a news
paper, ins acquamtaincc is extensive in
California and his views ution matters of
national interest liberal. Hearing much
about Arizona, her richness, great ngncul
tural and pastoral wealth, he came to make
jHTSonal observations and assures us that he
is weil pleased with what he lw seen.
R. I. II in ton, the chief editor of the
lir ilpenlv intnrrmi rtio urn
mcnt leans, with some of the lilerals, to some
interference. Gladstone, representing in
tcllcct and sentiment, rather than polier
and btatecratt, leads a direct opposition to
au intenerence. At present, his voice is
that of England. To-morrow, however, her
necessities will change the situation. She
must fight for Egvpt and Svria as against
any attempt bv Russia to hold them, and
the general impression in England is, that
she will finally interpose to the extent of
holding Constantinople and Crete also.
This, it Russia be as successful as she an
ticipates, will probably Ik- a cause of war.
If not so, however, it will bring about other
changes. Germany and r ranee onset each
other. Both are under bonds internally as
well as by their mutual attitude of expec
tancy, to keep the jvence. Italy follows
Germany, and must watch the Ultramon-
ists influences. Austria is moving with
caution, and it is evidence that the
the southern Slavs arc
more inclined to her rule than Russian.
One other clement remains. Poland
for the purpose of obtaining statistics, for
his new work on Arizona. His letters "On
the Outside," to the Post, are full of infor
mation to our friends in California. We be
speak for Col. Ilintou mauv courtesies at
the hands ot onr citizens. lie is a man ot
varieti experience, a reauv writer, anu jus
new book will be sought alter by all those
who are desirous of reading rare and racy
literature. e are m hopes our citizens
will extend to Mr. lliuton au invitation to
lecture.on the progress of the S. P. R. II.
and the future of Arizona, for the benefit of
the Libnirv Association. Col. H. is one ot
the ploasantcst and most entertaining speak
ers on Uie racihe Coast. His stav with us
fcervimi and otlier of
Judge C. A. Tweed ami Hon. Thomas
Fitch, returned from Mohave county yester
Hon. Coles Bashford. ex-Secretary of Ari
zona, returned to-day from Tucson, late capi
tal ot Arizona.
Col. C. P. Head, who has been confined to
his room for some time, has so tar recovered
as to be able to visit his place of business.
remains, rotami ap
pears to be awakening, though in the wrong
direction. I o tight lor 1 urkcy as a:
Russia, is simply Bourbonism on the part
ot the Gal lieian Poles. Jo prepare to lead
a southern Slaouic movement, which would
embrace the Czechs and Slavs of Austria,
the Servians and others m eastern I urkcy,
with the Poles as a pivotal centre, would be
wiser and more tangible thing to stmg
gle for. Traditional hatreds feed no armies
now-a-dnys, nor do they arouscnations to re
newed existence. "Daddvism" is as unde
sirable in politics as in social life,
Europe is on the eve of great changes
T he map will show this ere it ends. Great
Jintain will, Ave believe, appear at last as the 0f tho pure mountain -breczce
practical aruuer oi me nuaiiiies. iuicnoris
at present tend to prevent a general out
break. But trulv, "no man can tell what a
day may bring forth."
A. Mr. Craigue arrivod this
stage. e learn that he has purchased
quartz mill in California which ho intends
to put up at Antelope creek.
We arc glad to be able to state that Mrs.
Bcnj. Morgan is fast recovering from her re
cent severe illness, and it is be hoped that
she will soon be able to get out aud partake
Imi'Iiovemexts. On every luind wc sec
fine fine new buildings going up, and our
town is ou the road upwaro. Now wc hear
that N. Ellis coutomplates the erection of a
n ciRiit r i)i in-rent cdn. valuable building lor othces, etc.
' I T a I -..II..- i... . I
the composition and weight of the United - ' u r' "V. r
M1,wuBuU,l.M-wllu "u' v. buirrv drawn by the celebnitcd "Cachise.7'
KellOV, the assaycr, tho following informa- wlio lost his life", is fast recovering from his
tion on that subject: A twentv dollar piece mjurics, and wc expect to sec him out soon
weighs 510 grams; a ten dollar piece weighs
a five dollar piece 129 grains,
f,i. - i ; ; 1 1
35 grains; alive dollar piece U'9 grains, im UU1-'S 111 iuiuu i mmi; iu
mil -t xv...mil ;i hnlf ilnlbir nieeo c, 1 1 ' resume operations on au enlarged scale 1111-
. . . .1. . - . ' I ... . t :.. -i i .1... . 4 1 ... i
each of the above coins being nine parts
nold and one part copper. A trade dollar
weighs 4-0 grains. One dollar weighs 38C
grains: a half dollar lvS grains, a quarter
dollar 1)C;6 grains. Tito above coins of su
rer being nine parts silver and one part cop-
-pcr. The nickel five cent piece is composed
of seventy-live parts copper aud twenty-five
-parts nickel ami weighs uiAU grams; the
nickel three cent piece weighs 50 grains anc
is also seventy-five pnrts copper and twenty-
five ivnrts nickel. 1 he ono cent is com nosed
of ninety-five jiart copper, three parts tin
and tw parts zmr.
Pure gold is worth $30.07 per ounce; pure
silver is worth $1.20 iwr ounce. This latter
iigure is the standard for calculation and is
subject to the variations of the market. One
pound of fine gold is worth 301.4G;
pound of pure silver is worth $1!.S3.
ton of pure gold is worth $0,J,92T.JG;
ton of pure silver i worth $:??,T0!) JO.
cubic inch of gold is worth $-200.38;
mediately, and the next man that comes to
talk "buy' will be compelled to produce
tho wherewith before any "talk"' will be entertained.
E. S. Seed, who ws in the emplov of the
C. iv A. Mage lor aiKiitt a -year as agent, ar
rived this morning from San Francisco
where he had been for several weeks pur
chasing a stock of drugs &c., with a view of
startiug into business m our village
Yostordav wc received tho wolcomo news
from Yuma, by telegraph, of the capture, at
Ehrenberg, ot two ot the man roiuiars ami
tho wounding of ono of them, which will
probably prove fatal.
The robberv took place about two and
ono half milos west ot Wiekenburg on the
1th inst, by three or four masked men. Shcr
itV Bowers was aboard and robbed of several
hundred dollars ami his six shooter. Mr.
Frank Luke of about $Go. After having
committed the robbery it appears that tho
robbers separated aud divided the spoils,
two of them taking tho road to Ehrcnborg
and tho others another direction. Tho men
captured are, it is believed, brothers, al
though assuming dilfertuit names, ono of
them passing for Tom Johnson aud tho other
. , . ., , ...
as John button, pom Known in tins vieiniiy,
having come here from Nevada. Mr. Evans,
Agout of the C. ic A. Stage Company at
Ehrenberg, suspisionod these fellows and at
once, after their arrival there, proceeded to
mako arrangement for their capture, obtain
ing tho assistance of O. Mercer, drivoi, and
31 r. .1. M. Bryan, freighter, proceeded to
make tho arrest. Upon Evan's demanding
the two bandits to surrender, they imme
diately commenced shooting. Mr. Mercer
receiving a severe but not dangerous wound
in tho shoulder, and Mr. Evans a s'ight
wound in the temple. Joliuson received the
full contents of a double-barrel shot gun
loaded witli bird shot in tho head, which
was, nt tho time, in tho hands of Mr. Bryan.
Tho shot brought Johnson to tho ground,
nevertheless he fought like a tiger, as did
his brother and companion, keeping up a
coutinual fire on their captors. After hav
ing emptied their six shooters, button
made for a house, driviug tho occupants out
and succeed in finding a Henry rifle owned
by the occupaute, which he made use of,
fighting from within as best ho could; ho
wis, however, after a little time, captured.
Johnson was not captured until he had re
ceived thirteen wounds from pistols ami
guns, from the effects of which it is thought
lmpossiuie ior nun to recover as no was
bleeding inwardlv and was in a very weak
condition at the time of tho departure of
the stage which left Ehrenberg on the 17th,
bringing Snttou in irons to Prcscott where
ho arrived this morning and was
Mr. Evans has done his duty nobly in this,
as did he in the stage robberv last winter
when Berry and Yanco captured the treasure
box near Ton to Springs, and were arres
ted through the energy and activity dis
played by Mr. Evans in returning to
Prcscott by a short war, giving mtormatiou
and getting help and immediately stalling
out and capturing the robbers on their way
into camp near Prcscott.
Outte an amount ot bullion, m bars, was i
found on the prwmcr's persons which bear i
the stamps ot Mr. Blake, the assaycr, and
is the same .-lupjied to San Francisco by C.
P. Head te Co., on the stage robbed. Fifty
dollars in currency and a twenty dollar gold
note was also taken from them together with
Sheriff Bowers' revolver. We are in hopes
that Sutton will not bo allowed to escape
from the jail, but that justice will be meted
out to him in a manner that will put terror
into the hearts of a certain set of confede
rates who arc at large.
J. GOLD WATER & BRO.,
Cor. of Cortex and Goodwin Sts.,
Have just received the Uest Selected, Finest and most Complete Stock or
Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Slippers,
HATS AND C A. PS,
DRY GOODS IDISJESS GOODS,
YANKEE NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS.
Particular attention is usked to articles in the following list, which buycra will find to
bo of tho very best tpialitiod, latest stylos aud lowest prices :
Ladies Hats and Flats,
V.,K-nc .Inn K?l (3 Wiw I jiwns. AInaeaa
, , UHUiai WWWI v..w.f 1 1
Plaids, Mohair, Silk Stripe Lustre,
Percale, Merinos, Delaines, Tarlctanes,
Poplins, Jaconets, Nainsooks, Muslins,
Sheetings, Eta, Of every description.
Our Stock of Clothing, Underwear, Hoisery,
JO O O U? S AND SHOKS,
HATS AND CAPS, AND OTHKK ARTICLES FOR GENTLEMEN'S USE,
Is the most complete aud best selected over received in the Village of Prcscott, and
at Prices to Suit tho Times. In addition to tho articles here ouumcratcd, tfe
keep a complete :tock of all other articles usually sold in a country store.
First Quality nuil Best Hiniids
The Attention of Epicures is called to a fresh supply of
Cheese, Caviar, Dutch Herrings, Olives Sea Moss Farina,
MAPLE AND ROCK CANDY SYK17P,
BR0MA, ISINGLASS, SHELLED AND BITTER ALMONDS, BONELESS CODFISH,
Citron and Lemon Peel. Chutnee, Mti.-hiooma, Salmon ILL;, ami 3iackcrel
itCOFFEE G-K.OTJ2STX) FRESH EVERY 3D."T.'
C. 1 HEAD, lrrcott.
WM. S. HEM,, c,
WHOLK8ALK AND ItUTAIL DEALERS IK
1'llESCOTT AK1) CAMP VERDE, A.T.,
Rcsjicctfully nnnouuee to tho iwoplo of Northern Arizona that tliey nowk
and are constantly receiving the
LARGEST, BEST SELECTED AND CHEAPEST STOCK OF GENERAL KtCIijj
EVEH OFFE11ED EOll SALE IX TIII3 5IABKKT. s;
TToi' O-ejiClemen :
lose, etc :
For !eclia.ii ics s
Butts and Screws,
ypy' X-Jot;ols, Station 15!eexcrs a,ncl Saloon
'Out West,'' by that jwpular author, Oliver
Optic, has been received at thU oilico from
the pubiiiiliers, Lee & Shopherd. 41 aud 4.1
Franklin street, Boston; price $t.."iO. This
i i , .
hook is niceiv douiui, nrimcu Willi plain
type and is orisntinl in all its description
Such a book as this should be owned bv
every person who can raise $1.50, wherewith
t make the purchase. 1 he Ihmk is illtis
t rated and lwrticularlv intcre&tiuir to the
people "Out West.''
Murnt JIasterson. Ksq., and .Mr, Shaw wlio
was here purchasinir ore durinr the winter,
have iiurclta?cu the ten stamp silver mill
which 3lr. Weasels shipped from San Fran
ciwo, ami intend puttnii it up on 1 urkev
creek near the om station, lor the jmrpose
ot reiiucins' the rich ores trom the Ooouwin
Ale aud Porter, Glassware,
Table Furniture, Wines,
Flour, Corn Meal, Beans, Bacon, Hams, Lard, Canned Meats and Fniits, Drieig
Syrup, Sugar, Tea, Coffee, Rice, Spicos, Soap, Candles, Soda, Starch, Sik
Cream Tartar, Yeast Powders, Stoves, Carpets, OU Cloths,
Matting, Blankets, Mattresses, Eta, Etc.
PiiKiwiuxo. Judire Tweed, to-dav, isMiei
an order directing the Clerk of the District
Court to summon twenty-three grand jurors
to be in attendance at the Court House ou
Juno 4th, at the commencing of tho District
Court, and hfty trial jurors to be iu rauli
ncss on the 1 Ith.
l'oKtoMco 1. Liter l.Ut.
List of letters remaining in tho Proseott
postoltlco, Yavapai county, Arizona, for the
lding May ID, 1877
Addmu J C
Azuelor J L
Itoeehem V K
1 Sowers Thos
Collins J V
Canibel I 'guana
Clark J ('
Carter II II
Elden Susan K
Ilvolriirh C 15 (2i
Carp W (5 Mrs
Foster J V
C, rati v Walter
iroon J V
Henderson J W(2)
Hall J It
Htiiston K J Col (2)
lolinsou Ci list
Konnotly l'otor N
Lcgor Monsiour ("2)
Mort.sinyor W 11
Xowton 11 H
l'orery J M
Steolo Jamas A
Stnhl A S
Valet J A (2)
Wost J Ji
"Walsh J T
Witt M A
Wagnos J C t'2)
Tho above named twrsons will nlcnso nail
for "Advertised letter."
T. W. OTIS, 1'. M.
"Hand Hook to Arizona." bv Richard J.
lliuton; of the San Francisco Post, who is
now traveling through our Territory collect
ing statistics, etc., for tho same, together
with a correct map of tho Territory, and
treating upon our country, is about to be
published. Col. lliuton, "from personal ob
servation, will be able to tell more aiioui
the Tenitorv than ever beforo published,
and his book will sell readily.
; l ..it - .
juimc iiicn oi silver is worm ."Si.i.i.
cubic foot of gold is worth $3$l,S03.0i ; one
cuine loot of silver is worth ?l'2,3o.'.'20. A
plank of gold si v. fot long, one foot vide
and one im-li tliw-L- ; -rti, kiiooi . ..
..r "V r I , v .i o1 wlucli appears e
ymiK of s,lxer six feet long, one foot wide AIr Murmv will rc
nud one melt thick i worUt $0,177.00. for
Mr. Prtrids Antelope Creek, we
iearn, is Uutldmg a fine, largo station ami
itoro at that j!aoe.
Jlr. II. 15. Murrav has consented to act as
agent, for this section, for the "Hand Uook
to Arizona Territorv," now in preparation
by Col. 11. J. Iliifton, editor of the San
Francisco Evening Post, an advertisement
of which appears elsewhere in our columns.
receive advertisements ami
ptions for this valuable wonc, ami
will also collect iniornuiuon. cic, retain o
to our resources. Tho map which is to ac-
ooniMiny uiw worK i worm ail uio uooiv
In the Jiutice' Court of Prcctt Vtc clnct. In the Conn.
ty of Yami'itl. Territory of Arizcna. Mutt; C. V. r.atr
Jiutlce of the Pence. Samuel C. Millrr and Jacob I.
Jtlllcr, partners doing bmlnrn under the firm, came and
tylo of Jllllfr Hroj., rlaintlff. v. the l'lnal flnM
ilver Mininc Company, a corporation organized um!.r
th law ef the State of California, and dolnc busioess In
avnpal County, Arizona Territory. I)rfenlant.
Artion brought in the JmtlceV Court of lrectt Pre.
einct, in and fur the Cauuty of Yuvapui, Territory of
T- T-rrilnfyof Art tana ttnJt gritting to tht 1'inal
OuM and Sitrrr Vini.io Ohhikihv. ii enrnarnt.
CmW tttnttr the Intes of the Sttitt 'ef California, iliina
titKit tH Count. Aritvmi Territory.
oh am hereby summoucl to appear Ik-lot e me ot mv
o:ihw in the tora or Preoott. preoinot of Prenoott. in the
county of Vavalxii. Territorv of Arizona, on th 7U, .ia..
of June, A. V. Iti7. nt 10 o'Vlock. a.m.. to
complaint of the alwve natneil pluintiff, for the nun of
three hnudrcd Uollarn, duo for service reudered yon nt
jour sifcinl intnoo and request, or id default thereof
jMugmeni win ue taken uijninst you for the Mid sum to
gether with costs and damages In cae you fall to appear
To the sheriff or any eontalle of said county, (rreetini;
make legal service and due return thereof.
(liven under my hand on the 18th day of April. .. v.,
ie7'- , , C. P. GATE.
Justico of the Peace for said Precinct.
JOHN a. CA3IPBBLL
HAS NOW HKCKIVr.I) THK I.AHOEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OP
LIBERAL PIUCKS, IX MERCHANDISE OR CURRENCY
and Silver Bullion, Wool, H
GENERAL I M E R C HA NOISE
Gold Dust. Gold
MEKOIIATABLE 1'JIOOUCTS OF THE COUNTRY.
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET, COMPRISING
Men's, Youth's and Boys' Clothing, Ladies' and Gents' Underwear,
Boots, Shoes and Slippers, Men's and Boys Hats,
Shirt?, Neckties and Gloves, Hosiery and Handkerchiefs,
Bar, Damask, Russia and Crash Toweling, Calicoes, Ginghams. Alpacas,
Poplins, Wool Plaids, Tweeds, Cassinicrea and Denims,
"White, Colored and Opera Flannels, Ladies' and Misses Shawls,
Cuffs, Collars, Crochet, Embroidery Edging,
A'allencicnncs Lace, Nottingham Lace,
Black bilk 1'rmgcs, Ect., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Cotton and Rustic Blinds, Tapestry and Velvet Mats,
Tancstry, Ingrain and 3-ply Carpets, Oil Cloths, Wall Paper and Border,
Box, Cylinder aud Thermometer Churns, Rocking, Dining and Oflicc Chairs,
Children's Chairs, Bedroom Sets, Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Fish Hooks and Lines, Picks, Shovels and Sledges,
Hoes Rakes, Wheelbarrows, Plants, Chisels, Axes,
Iron and Lead Pipe, Couplings, Elbows, Chains,
buction, Poroe and Lifting Pumps, Cooking and Parlor Stoves,
xcmiers, i-.tc., J-.tc, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Sporting, Giant and Blasting Powder, Fuse, Caps.
una fetccl, I'amt Brushes, Wool Sacks and Twine,
1 units, Oils, Glass, Smalts, Bronze, Turpentine, White Lend, Gold Leaf,
Crockery, Glassware and Lamps, Traveling Bags, Satchels, Trunk-
Bar Glasses, Bottles, Mirrors, Valises, Chandeliers, Etc., Etc. j
FULL ASSORTMENT OF
i l A s UUl'l'ER A IN D sS II E E T IRON W nii IT
COXSTAOTLY OX HAND AND MADE TO ORDER.
Staple ti.ii.cl Fancy Groceries,
OP THE NEWEST AND CHOICEST DESCRIPTIONS. COMPMSING
urccn, m-icic and English Breakfast Teas, Mocha, Java and Rio Coffee,
Prices at the Arcrde House the
same as at Prcscott, "With addMd5
PRESCOTT MEAT MARKE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE PLAZA.
WE AUG NOW PREPAltED TO FURNISH THE TEOPLE OF PRESCOTT AND VICIXITTW
Beef, JEczjvI., tl-vlojzl, Etc
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, AT FAIR, LIVING PRICES.
PtmcoM, Arlwna, Mrth 2. 1P77.
C. T. ROGERS G
Supplies the Vuhlic with $3Ffi
EXCELLENT LAGER BEEItj
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
JLIQUORS. & CIGAKS
Tho Old Stand is well known.
JUL. N. RODENUURO.
G0LL1NGW00D & HAMEJUU
Mackerel, Salmon Bellies, Dried Beef,
uiicicwiicat I1 lour, Canned Fruit,
Mushrooms, Cheese, Hams, Bacon,
Smoked Salmon, Boneless Codfish,
Cracked Wheat, Hominy, Oatmeal.
Aldcn Dried 1 ruitd and vegetables.
FRED. WIJ.LIAiIS. Pronrietor.
(One Door Wel of Ruhfonl' Storr.)
Sappll tb ".noy' wlUi thnt which cheen, hat Aon
nt iDtoxIcatv. llt quality or Cliran kejl on hand.
Jly Club-Room U mid tu l the toott comrortehle Tilace
lateirm. Come and Jjfe. PUED. W1LLJA11S.
nines, jL.iqiioi's, Ale. Porter ami Cider.
baddies, Ox Whips, Blacksnakcs, Collars, Harness Soap and Eureka Dressing
T, ''r', viuuw, nip jasnes, uows, roles, Burgy Sliafts, Hubs.
iioouics;iiaiier8,i5uckles,bnaps,RinSs. Wagon Spokes, FcUoes, Etc. Etc
All Of Which will lin unl1 sit llj.ir..w.ir u:...., . -
- ,v..v m. nnj, ui v.wiiiiiigcu ior tlie
I'roaucfs of tin; Country.
TllOS. J. MOKGAN.
T. C. DOUGHEIITY.
MORGAN & DOUGHERTY,
One Boor East
Of the Post oOlce. I
Assignee .Sale of Persoiml
Xotlce U lurelr pvu to tho tmWic thai tlm
oMlcnrcof Ohn. H. Ayrcn. .will, on tho Sih
ofJiinc, 1S77. at the town of Ph.rnlx, lu the county
of .Mnhwiii, nt 11 o'elock, iu m., of tlrnt day, procred to
rni ai jxiuiio iranira, ior i.i.ii, coruun imrional nrrty
nlf;ned to him fur bniflt of certnin rrrtliton in miUI s
lsnmcnt iiicnllonpvl, coiitthic of lUir.v', .Mam, Mit
and Shop ; thnt i to iny, three lmmlrnl head of horte.t,
iHiirra Btm nml, more r lew, and fourteen huudreil
hod of fhrejt. moru or le.
1 Vri! dcslrioir to jHirclKue any of the nlo e dwrlle
ed jiroperty nt prlrute iile, ran do to at imy time hitireen
the date hereof noil the n;ild fith day of June, ltf77, ly
npiiJWne to the nndorntirneil, nt the Mure of .M. I,, i.
nilta. lo Wiokenburir. P.. IJ. KI RKLAND, Attlgrot e-
Wlckeabur?, A. T., May 5, !T7. wylOU
W ATClIMiUOER S ASD MUFACTDIimu 3EWELEKS.
iul Dcnloin in
Clods, Jewelry and Silverware.
itt i.i i
Kinn or .Tcwrlry nn.l Sllrcrw.tro ma.lo from r,tv
""J ""criiuion, Scnl 1'rpisos, Ulbboti
fZf -...-! . ....
oy Auxll -will rocoivo
Kohl ami Hllrcr. Kllcrnvlnr nf
!lll,,l". tc. All work Vllm,.,i
Prompt nnil Caivful Attcntlon.w3
CORTEZ STHEBT, SOUTHEAST CORKKR Ol'
General Blacksmithing, Horseshoeing
KXKCl'TKD IN A AVOUKMANLIKK 3l.VN.NKK AND AT
Ho alio lint the plennro or nnnoijuclnff thnt lie hai .. iMTtrvr
attention to nil order, entru,ed to W, eho, lo Xttn hired L " 1 XKKU'
Snecial Attanti fill criTrnn 4-n TJ m. i
w "uu -roi- xroaumont ofHorsos' Feet.
t w unnioia nail. Ihe lio wli. ... .. .
raj orcrtuVen by the enemy aud lain ' nt9, hor,e Io,t. f "wt t
Slontexutim Street, l'KESCOTT, A. T.,
la the riacK to get the ii.nest
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
TO UK HAD IN THE TOWN,
ENGLISH ALE AND PORTER
Alwaya on hand, J.inll-tf
Montezuma St.. - - Prcscott.
D. C. THOKNK.
CumIi J?aia ibx- Valuable Spooiuions.
Next door to the Misnn Omcc.rrcscott.
(JOOD LAGKK IlKKK.gf?
Liquor and Cigars, Jo
Always on band am! for snlc.
rLOUKNCE, FIXAX. CO.,A.tr
Detlre. to Inform the public, through th wi'
Ml.NKlt, that their extrnilre store and wtate"
always filled with full line of inch iroedl
In the Territory, and their ample faclllHel kt !
and receWlnjr goods, enable tbera to Mil brttcw
for less money, than any other firm laSes8
In addition to regular store artlclts, thf jltf
B A E L E
Wo vclll be pleased to r retire calls (ma wi
ol Northern Ariiona,Neir MutlcoandCalifcA?
TlsIC or p.s Tncion.
THE POST TRADER'S STtt
FORT AVHIPPLE, ARIZOJ
K Et3 FOR SAUC
CAN FRUITS, CEOT1W
TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC.
Lb" Prices Kcaionable.
BOWERS Si BICHARDS.rwr
THE X I 3V
BAR AND BILL.IARD SALOON
Montozuma Stroet; Comer Guxloy,
is tlie Largest ami Best Saloon
AT NOR THE A STEltX ARIZONA.
J. C. CRANE, Proprietor.
the horse, the ride
f 10 IN EER NEWS DEPOT
Established 1S70, by
J. S. MLAJNSITJniVD. 0r TUCSOX.
NEWSPAPERS, AND MAGAZINES,
STATIONERY CUTLERY. CIGARS AND TOBACCO ETC
Orders far Bojisaai r.ipjrs promptly, attended to.
V Agency fr the Aiuzoxa iltNtn.
Steel Springs! Tho Tatcnt MigBttW
T'.um Ik wirn with esse ml cosofott.M''J
x., and n-jll lierform riliel currs
others fail, lieader. if you ire rnrlri..W3
of our Comfortable Klutlc Apilliscc. n
Send for Illu'itnitrd CJrcnltr ibJ WfVT
MAGNETIC ELASTIC TRVSSfs
C09 Sacraracoto Street. Sw Tv
THE CLLEBRATED DRAFT STAI
MODOC M CHIEF.
This celebrated horse will stand U TtTM
A. T.. at Craw's ranch in Sknll Valley, t ,!t
menoinp April lUth. and endlec July
busine reiiulres IL Thl. stallion will TS
llmnoh. Skull Vallev. on MONDAY AW
efeneh week ; nt Jacob lUlph's nUee, '."I'Vsti
Williamson Vulter. on WEUNESDAV Aa
PAY of eah weel, and at the staVe MO-W-fj,
.t Co., lVescott. on FRIDAY AND SATS'
Terms for the season $20. Oat bill ! f '
and the Ixilance at the eml ttf tbsasia.
Slo, jiynble at time of ervie.
rAsTUKK . Af
can be obtained at Craio'a ranch t i'!
mares cominjr from aldistance at WllliA" J,2j
month and at iTrscott per tnoaw- "iii
e trill ln taVen of the inre. but th seMfrr"
nut Ih restnsible for any accidents or fKr-.,y
I'edljrree -ThiH horso wa bred by ,i:rSv
from Orerou, out of ou KtiglUh draft mart ''."TJ
The horse now wotehs 1.43 pounds
!,. c. a. imcaon, iw
rrvscott, JJarcU 17th. l.