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FRIDAY, JUNE I, 1S77.
Jtcportitrtho Commissioner ..flii.ll.m Aflulrr.
Wc havo received the Report of the In
cHan Commissioner for 1376. An cxniniuu
tion of ami comparison with the Import for
1S75 rovenls some curious statistics. We
are most interested in the Apaches, and we
will first ivc the tiuro4 tnken from the Re
port of IS 75 :
MESCALEKO AGKNCY (KORT STANTO.V, X.
lleNlUv AreheS-Male., 400
do do Female;
SOUTHERN APACHE AOIIXCY (WARM SPKI.NO.")
Oila. J0 """""" i0
MrttIoa do " oO
Of the te TOO ar Mnk and i1" Female
SAN CAKUS AGKNCY.
i?"1"- """...""" ISS
Of tfct 1, m Mule nail ivmalVt"
CHIRICA HCA AGENCY.
Northern CMricalnuM i
Mtaubret, .Megulbm aa4 Oe otervi
1 otal jgj
aa. 3 ; Female., 615.
Uctwcon the Ume of renderiujj the forest
ing Report and that which follows the Chi
.. ricahun Aeocy ws broken up, and wliilst
it would of course produce some alteration
ju the figures the difference is not easily ac
counted for, nor is there any explanation iu
the Kejwrt ot ls70. Agent Clum, in his rc-
lort, claims to have removed to the San
Carlos 3Uo from the Chiricahua reservation
Agent Shaw reports the fact that Chiricahua
came to the Southern Apache Ageucv, but
docs not state how many, saying the names
nnd numbers had been reiwrted from time
to time. Dr. "Whitney, acting Agent, in a
letter to General Ivnutz m January last, esti
mates the number at 230. Agent Clum in
his report estimates those who ran away at
about CO. Governor Salfoni, it will be 're
membered, reported to the Legislature that
the number was 20. Here are the
of the report for 1S7C:
NfKlro Apache Male cos
do do Fetnalc... ..................... gOO
SOUTHERN APACHE AGENCY.
MojuRau, I. .Vafcr. Ftmatrt. TbtaL
ttiembrec, I Ajuclifs 600 l.eeo I.fiSW
SAN CARLO AGENCY.
Plsaland Ariviwl Aacbs 1,051
Chiricahua Arucues. i9T
Yiuna Aivcbr .. TV?
Tonto Aiweho tea
Local I nte 1 1 ierence.
Quicksilver. The Teck Mining Compa
ny sent to their Aathm mill this morning a
ton of quicksilver to bo used iu amalgamat
ing the largo quantities of silvor being ta
ken out bv them from I'eck ore.
Off to the Mountains. Messrs. lUggs
and Lattie, two meu who understand pros
pecting in all its branches, left us to-day for
an extended trip through the mountains
east and south of l'rescott. lhirros and
horses were packed with tho necosMiry sup
plies, and as the boys rode oif they bid
their friends (wtow aad said : " Xow for an
other Peck or Zalida."
BBHBHBWIWM Z? .
r " i)i)i,lPnnw
PKESCOIT. maowii. t
C. A. Luke sent a team o the l)radshaw
this morning, loaded to tho brim with pro
visions for his men, who arc building tho
quartz, mill, tearing the rich ore from the
bowels of Mother forth, building roads and
doing many other Inneticial and necoary
things. Several workmen aocouipauid the
team, who will bo employed Rt mine and
mill oil their arrival at Bradbhaw.
Two of the miners, V. A. Smith and Win.
Jones, on the Zalida mine, caiuo into town
this moruiug, and report striking two feet
of rich ore fn the soutli shaft. Jay. G. Kel
ley, the assayor, and one of the owners, pro
nounces tho samples which wcro brought
from the deposit as beintr $10,000 ore. Tho
company are sacking their richest ore for
shipment to Sau Francisco.
Peter Marx, of Charmiug Dale, came in
from his home to-day, bringing in about
2,200 iKHinds f rock salt from the Muddy,
or the celebrated salt mine about ten miles
from the Colorado river. Mr. M. has left
his load of salt with John Harrick, at the
feed and sale stable, for sale, therefore we
would recommend those who need salt for
stock or other purposes, to look to their ad
vantage and seo Mr. Uarrick.
Judge Wells, father of Ed. W. Wells Esq.,
and, one of tho first Justices of the Peace
lYescott cvor had, and who tried tho first
case that of replevying a hoi so now a
resident of Lower Agua Fria, arrived from his
home yesterday, and is visiting with friends
for a lew days- The Judge informs us that
recent runs have extended all over the coun
try F.at, and the result is that excellent
grasses are springing up which will make
good pasture all through this section of the
Mr. Kd. Soholey, the postmaster and mer
chant at Walnut Creek, came in from Ins
Mr. Fred. Valentine, who returned this
morning from tho Santa Maria, informs us
that ho wont by the way of Wickonburg for
the purpose of 'trying the huge pile of tail
ings which accumulated at that jdace during
the seyeaal years that tho ore twin tho fn
mamoiis Vulture was being worked at that
place. Mr, Valentines test of these tail
ings is very nattering, and goes to show
that ten mousanu ions, or utereaooius, oi
tli richest tailings, is worth $$0 to the ton,
or the nice little sum of $t00,000. In ad
dition, there is alwut 100,000 tons of second
class tailings which will pay at least $3 per
tou,or a total of $.100,000, inakiug tho grand
total of :?1,!U)0,000 that has laen thrown
over tho screens iind carried off in th
sluice-hoxes, ami virtually lost by the old
company, who worked tho Vulture mino iu
a reckless manner. It is the intention of
Mr. Valontiuo to experiment further, and if
success attends his expritnonts, which arc
to conccutrato these rich tialings, he will
locate himself at Wickeuburg and put up
th neceswwv aparatn with which to con
ct'iitntte and then rodut e ti .. tin
proccH. Mr. HoMMithal, ln c-
ltcriiuenttuir mi those auic tailings, ami
tound them to Ik equally a rich as tatt'.l
ly Mr. Valentine, but for want a" flux with
which to work them, has found it ncesary
to first concentrate Owm and then run the
gold out through a furnace. The ditferout
tests made go to show that the Vulture com
pany lost on all ores worked lor several
years about thirty por cent., and ao believe
that the company worked all the cms fwiu
the mine at a cost of from three to four dol
lars per ton more than it could havo been
workod by judicious management, and as
tho wholo number of tons worked aggre
gated over 800,000, they necanrily wore
out over $1,000,000 hv ld management, ami
then the los of nearly $1,500,000 in the
tailings utakoa shrink uf of about $ $,JW0,
000. Wt- do not think it trangv at all that
the Vulture company were bankrupts after
a steady ruu of six voars.
J. GOLD WATER & BRO.,
Cor. of Corlci and lioodwlii Sit.,
Havo ju5t rvceivetl the Iket Selected, Finest md moat Completo Stock of
Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Slippers,
HATS A3ST0D C3 V PS,
3K,Y GOODS -Sc IJiESS GOODS,
YANKEE NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS.
Jay G. Kelloy has been elected sujwin
tendeut of tho Zalida Silver Mining Com
pany, and intends to go out to the utine and
Iersonftl!y superintend working the mine
and shipping the ore to San Krancico. Za
lida ore brought in from the mine yesterday
jurpas-cs any tiling heretofore extracted from
this rich ltonanzn, which has been staring
us in the face all these long years since it
discovery in 1SG3, and only awaiting the in
genuity of the mind of man to show to the
outside world that hero in the mountains of
Arizona are the "solid banks'' of America,
and those which never fail, but are always
punctual to pay dividends.
Major Kales returned
yesterday, purchased a new supply of extended trip through the mountain:
ies, etc., for Ins house and took his dc- southeast ot Prescott, taking in xh
Tho one prominent and simple fact that
results from u comparison of tho foregoing
ligurcs is that they arc very loosely gotten
up, and we do not find that the discrepancies
arc explained. It is an old proverb that
ligurcs wont he. Hut the authors of the
foregoing figures have certainly not made
tlicm tell the truth.
It is very remarkable that at the Mcsca
lero and Southern Apache Agencies the num
bers end in two ciphers. They bear evidence
of being very rough estimates. With regard
to the Southcin Apache Agency, the recent
removal by Mr. Clum and ids report of the
number he found there (4o4), and tho num
lcr estimated to be out (about 40), shows
just how rough the estimates were.
With regard to the Me?-ealeros. We know
that the number collected on the Fort Sum
ner Reservation in a- -100. This was
supposed to lc the whole tribe, which ran
away in that year ami remained out until
1S71. We have every reason to believe that
the true number of Indians belonging to the
3Icscalero Agency does not exceed 300. The
management of the Indians under General
Crook demonstrated tho fact that Indians
can be definitely counted and their identity
and numbers fixed. It is probably because
tho Indians at Sau Carlos have all passed
through military hands that there is some
degree of consistency in the aggregate num
bers belonging to this Agency. There is no
explanation, however, why tho Finals and
Arivaipais arc numbered respectively in
1S75, and together amount to S2-J. and" arc
aggregated in 1S7G and amount to 1,051.
Air. Clum in his report claims to have moved
32o Chincahua. hut there arc onlv 20 1
a -a i t
poruxi in aie ia:uiar siaicmeur. mere is a
falling off also iu the other bands, which
Itcrhaps may ;u-niut for this iucrcase in
others, in part. &' though not altogether. The
iiumbcr ot birth are M, and the number of
deaths 20. and yet the whole number in ISTo,
when no deaths are reported, is increased by
IJ2G in 1S76, which is within one of the num
ber Chim rc-jtorts to have brought from the
Chricahua, whilst no account is stfvrm of the
number killed by the troops winch wo have
heretofore show a was not an insignificant
figure. Xor are any absentees admitted.
"in 1S73 there are 2,100 reported on the
Southern Apache Agency, 100 of which are
3Iescaleros, whiNt the Mcscalero Agency has
J. 000. In 1S76 the figures are 1,100 at the
3Ioscalcro Agency and only 1.000 at the
Southern Apache, from which the 100 Mes
cnluros have disapin-ared and the Chlricahuas
have been added, but no figures for the lat
ter aie given.
It is a noticeable fact that Agent Jeffords
reported 905 on the Chiricahua Reservation
in JS75. whilst Agent Chun reports that he
removed only J25, and only about 00 escaped.
"What has become of the remaining 5S0f
Where did the 400 increase to tho Mcsca
lero Agency come from, and where did the
J0 decrease at the Southern Apache Agency
go to? This last, it will le remembered, was
increased by 250 from the Chiricahua
Angcncy, during the year, according to Dr.
Whitney, making an actual decrease of 750
at this Agency. As Agent Clum louud only
451 at this Agency and estimates the num
ler that were absent at 40, what has become
of the balance of the 1,000.' This Agency
ha really lost, siuce the report of 1S75,
1,010 Indians. What has become of themf
L'nder the head of subsistence obtained by
civilized pursuits and by hunting and fish
ing, root oiggmg, if, lor oy tne tan
Carlo Indians, tho amount is not given, but
the amount supplied by Government rations
parture tor home again this morning. From
.nr. . wo learn that the country in the vi
cinity of Walnut Creek is all taken up and
good farms started in everv place that will
warrant the experiment of planting. Mr.
Scholoy has ten acres planted to totntoc
and a large garden to all varieties of veget
ables. Walnut Creek produces excellent jmi
tatocs, in fact they cannot be surpassed anywhere.
The proceeds of the theatrical perform
ance last night, which was of a high order,
amounted to $145. This amount after pay
ing expenses from it w ill be applied to the
church fund, and w ill be expended judi
ciously in finishing the M. E. Church
South. We were in hopes that the entertain
ment would have netted much marc largely
on account of the cause for which it was
given. Every ersoti who attended and paid
a dollar for so doing gave the same for a
good and noble undertaking, and wo venture
the assertion that all were satisfied that thev
got their money's worth.
vesterdav from an
ing in tho Globe
.Mining District. Mr. K. informs us that
the McMorris mine or clatn. in the Rich
mond Hitsiu urjwM S auvtlii.;., e r -.-n by
him for high grade ore. 31 r. McMorris tin
owner, we understand, asks $100,000 for his
interest in this mine.
Particular attontion i akl to article iu th following list, which hxiyw will find to
bo of tho vcrv beat qunHUo, iMast style ami lowest pricos :
J,aaW Hats anil Flatjj,
Pat terms. Tidbit,
C. 1. ltrVI lrrrott.
O. 3F. DEC
WHOU:SALK AND RKTAIL DEALEtLS 1$
TUESCOTT AISD CAMP VERDE, A.T
Respectfully announce to the people of Northern Arizona that thet n-n
. and aro constantly receivfng the HlB
LARGEST, BEST SELECTED AND CHEAPEST STOCK OF OEHEBAlU c
KVEK OFFERED FOlt SXLtrl IN TIIIS MAIlK
Uoi Ladies :
.lyoi 0-on;loiiieii :
lUbbous, Volvcti, .low. Kid Glovea, Iawiis, AIjkuiiw
GrenatUuos, PUM, MhirH, SUk btiipe Imttt.
Cachemiroe, Perenk-a, Meriw", IVIaioe. TarleUite,
Victoria Lawns, Pojtlhis, JaroiK-td, NM.!ioka, Miwliiw,
Towels Linons, ShoeUna. Ktc f curv d. . i iption.
Our Stock of Clothing, Underwear, Koisery,
LOOTS AND SKOiSS,
HATS AND CA1-S, AND OTHKU ARTICLES FOR GENTLEMEN'S USE,
I. the most eonij)lete and beat selocloil cvor recuivwl in the Village of Proscolt, and
at Prices to Suit tho Times. In addition to the articles! here cnumorutcd, tc
keep a complete stock of all other article usually sold hi a country store.
First Quality and Hcst Hruml
cal i FORNi vrs'r .vrtiy:oiv.v flour.
AnniAvt Mr. S. K. Stwen and his sis
ter. Mrs. Wade, mother of 15. J. Wade of this
town, brother and sister of Hon. Ixniis A.
Stevens, arrived by tha California and Ari
zona stage yesterday, direct from Texas.
They come to make this Territory their fu
ture home, therefore wc will say of them
they arc ono of us. Mr. L. A. Stevens in
forms u that he ha not met his sister before
Mit.iT.vnY Itkm- Lieut. Anderson left,
yesterday morning for Khrcnlwrg accom
panied by Mrs. Lieut. Aldrich, w ho is cn
route to the States to join her friend, and
will undoubtedly take up her residence w ith
them in Jersey City. Major Wilhcltn and
Lieut. Whitney nrc expected home this even
ing from Camp Apache, etc.
The Attention of Epicures is called to a frosh supply of
Cheese, Caviar, Dutch Herring, Olives j Sea Moss. Farina,
MAl'Li: AND KOCK CANDY SYRUP,
BR0MA, ISINGLASS, SHELLED AND BITTER ALMONDS, BONELESS CODFISH,
Citron and lcuioti Peel, Chutitie. Muhroouts, Salmon Bellies and Mackerel.
COFFEE FRESH 33"7"EIVSr JDJiTST.'Xi
Businosjs Suite, Ovtirahirts,
Drew Suits, ihatet
ltno UiHlorww EWory,
Rake?, Plow Steel,
Butts and Screws,
ANTiite IamU, ax
Window Shades, OSaJrrw
For "VN'ool-G" l'OAverK :
NEW GOODS!! NEW GOODS!!
Sntv M vkia Pi.ACiiits. We met Mr.
Fred. Valentine, this morning, on his arrival !
from these mines, which are situate in tho 'BEDROCK PRICES
wcfiern Kruon oi mis county, lie sitow?t
us several ounces of course gold which his
partner has recently Ukon out through the
.KS-L,VttL.ISlircD ISO I.
Po-toMco I.ottT I.tl.
list of letters roinaining in the Prseott
poNtolliit), Yaaixd county, Arixomi, for the
week ending May A, ls-77:
Urmkenbrldge W M MeClelUn Mrs M
.Mover Mintin Muihn
HAS NOW KKCKIVKO Till: LAItOCST AM ilOST COMt'LUTK JSTOCK OK
For ETntals, SttrLioix Keepers and Jsals
Ale ami Porter, Glassware,
Table l umituru, Wines,
Hour, Com Meal, Beans, Bacon, Hams, Lard, Canned bleats and Yvm
Synip, Sugar, Tci, ColFee, Rice, Spiccji, Soap, Candles, SockSsfc
Uruam Tartar, Ycnit Powders, Stoves, Carpets, Oil Cl
Matting, Blankets, Mattresses, Eta, Etc.
livers .1 A
Holler It T
Itewll v i:
i.i. ...ii i. o
for thirtv-two voars, and his brother in i ir.fi.. u i.
twenty-nine years. The Stevens family are
becoming quite numerous, ami if they con
tinue to increase during the next year and a
half in proportion to the last three months,
they can cast the ruling vote for Delegate to
Cook Hen j
Duron 1) C (4)
(intuit-r Jhiuos J
t Sentry Win
(mmhIhimii J I' I.
(Silmv James i t)
The IVck Jllne.
It is the intention of the owners and the
president of the rouipauv to increase tho
re-, working force ut the mine, and place men
to w ork wherever the can be utilimt and
matie protitable. Pack trains an- to Ik? in-
a .- I I.. ft... . . .... In.m ... ... a ,a ....II 1 .
and a new regime will Ihj the order ot the i Unvdeti Vlugene
day. The programme of the company, and 1 1 liiinir K Sen Don
one to be carried out, is to sink on this mot , Hiitehimwm Nwl
wonderful bonanza with a view to Hud the ! ' 1 'le P
bottom, if it reach to Hilin water" or down j f " !,y,.VpS
to China. They have decided to employ a ' iv; 'ii
gang of men. on or liefore the 10th of June, 1 j0bb W .1
to ojwii a wagon load on the old trail across j Kent Kovs
Wolf creek, or adjacent thereto, to the Peck Ij.vnum J
mine from Prescott, ami immediately there- j-,nvry C H(J)
after follow it with machinery for thereduc- ,
iiuii u imuu in i.i iie.itei i' ini- 11 nil : '(r,.v J It ()
me great amouni cu wwk tain out to ie
done, it will necessarily take a large num
ber of men to perform and carry out their
programme. A large amount of thj moucy
taken out of the mine will 1m? paid out to
miners, road makers, iackers and mill hands;
thus the money will lx kept and spent here
in the county, and will le the means of help
ing both rich and poor. As wc said Itcforc,
wc arc glad the Peck mine remains with the
old company, believing them to be men who
are progressive and that they will be of uti
told benefit to this section.
Mitchell .1 lit!
Moon A M
Perrv Mrs Augio
I'ovno It V "
Kobiuson ltieh'd Capt
Sintih II l
Sprv Naner Miss (S)
Slern C It
Miii'l: P-i ' .
Nt'iiur. Li liiijio
skiuklr A s
Smith W H
Thomas Itieliimi c2
M'hompMin .1 .1 rJ)
Thouijison o D
Wot J (J
Wnmer K V C)
Warron Mr Murv
Warron Mrs Nellio (2
G E;N E R A L M E R C H A N DISJj,
EVER BROrtUIT TO THIS MARKET, COMPRISING
Men's, Youth's and Boys' Clothing,
Boots, Shoes and Slippers,
Shirts, Neckties am! (? loves,
LIBERAL PRICES, IN MERCHANDISE OR 0URHEQ
Cold Dust, Cold and Silver Bullion, Wo!,
MKKCHANTAHLK PJIODCCIS5 OF T1IK COUSTRT.
Iadiw and (Jonts' I'nderwcar,
Men's and Boys' Hats,
Hosiery anil Handkerchiefs,
Bar, Damask, Russia and Crash Toweling, Calicoes, Ginghams. Alpaca?,
Poplins, Wool Plaids, Tweeds, Cassimeres and Denims,
White, Colored and Opera Flannels, Jjulics" and Misses' Shawls,
Cuffs, Collars, Crochet, Embroidery Edging,
Vallenciennes bice, Nottingham Iicc,
Black Silk Fringes, Ect., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Cotton and Rustic Blinds,
Tapestry and Velvet Mats
Tamtftry. Ingrain and 3-ply Caqiels. til Cloths, Wall Paper and Border,
Box. Cylmdi r and Thermometer Churns, Rooking, Dining and Ofiico Chairs,
Children's Chairs, Bedroom Seta, Table and Pocket Cutlery.
Fish Hooks and Lines,
Jloos Rakes, Wheellwrrows,
Iron and Lend Pipe,
Suction, Force and Lifting Pumps,
Fenders, Etc., Etc.,
i 1-1. . 1 , r.1 i
i icks, nnnveis nun Olcugcs,
Pianos. Chisels. Axes,
Couplings, EHkiws, Chains,
Cooking and Parlor Stoves,
Etc., Etc., Etc, Etc.
IVices at the Verde House the same aa at Prescott, with &s
PRESCOTT MEAT MAEI
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF THE PLAZA.
TVi: ARK NOW ritKlWUEl) TO FURNISH THE TEOfLE OF PUtCOTT ASDTKX
Beef, Porli, Mutton, 2
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, AT FAIR, LIVING PRICS
SHipjilIc the I'ltbllc nlth
Sporting, Giant and Blasting Powder, Fuse, caDsJEXCELLE3VT LAGER BEER'
MelionaldS N (2)
AudRidoJe-stis tJareia Cosmo
Joe Walker sent two loads of hides to
San Francisco on Saturday.
Several loads of wool passed through
town to-dar cn route tor J-Jirenlierg.
Hon. King S. Woolsev has written to
friend in this town that he will be here
about the 4th of June.
ii mven at 100. For the amount ol
tained bv chilized pursuits is given at 0 per
. . i - . i , i
cent, tiic amouni ooiaincti ny iiuuiing, nsn
3ng, riwl gathering, fcc, is 0 per cent, and
the amount supplied by Government rations
Old Pedro, who declined to go to the San
Tiirlos Reservation, and has taken care of
himself for the year 1ST5 and liSTG. innkes
a much bet ter -how inir than this. The in
ducement held out was that h could raise
two crops a year at San Carlos, and he was
told he -would get no rations and must take
care of himself. He preferred the last, and
as wc showed sometime ago not only has he
taken care of hinwlf. but had a surplus to
.ell to the Quam i master at Camp Apache of
i'00,000 pound ot corn and 300 tons ot nay
each vcar, ami the whole Iwuid does not ex
ceed lOO men. women and children. Mr.
Clum must look to his laural.s.
We learn also that the contracts to supply
the. San Carlos Agency for tin" present tiscnl
year 00,000 kuud of llowr and 8.000,000
of bcof verc awanlad to Len Spiegclbcrg.
Flonr. .tS.o0, and buef $-"j.M ier hundred
Tliere arc aoinr other features tlwt are iu
toroaniig in thoac reports that wc may rofer
Ir. Poland hs been in town from the
Big Bug district and reports having discov
ercd several rich silver lends.
V. Y. Shelton. from Lynx Creek, is doing
rrcscott. -nr. is uie iuckv owner oi a
rich gold mine that bears his name.
The Incorporated Zalida Mining Comnanv
has purchased lumber for the building of a
... . . ..... . &
house at tnctr mine; also hnck lor tne crec
tion of an assay furnace.
Capt. Chas. Atchisson. Probate Judge of
Mohave county is in town. The Capt. for
merly resided at Williamson Vallev where
he was engaged in the mercantile business.
L. E. Dcmn, of Thompson Valley, visited
Prescott, on Saturday last, and brought sev
eral sacks of new potatoes, the lirst brought
into market tins season, raised m this county.
Judge J. T. Alsap is expected to arrive
here from his home in Pluvnix, in a few
days, and will be present during the term of
the District Court, which convenes here ou
the 4th of Juno.
Geo. W. Haucc lias rented his line station
at tho Coincga to a gentleman who has a
wife that is a genuine housekeeper and cook,
Tho above named persons will pieaso call
for "Advertised Letter."
T. W. OTLS, V. M.
("arriso.o I no
CALIFORNIA AND ARIZONA
Carrying U. S. Mail and Express.
On nnd after the 10th of March, thf Hagtt ou thU liu
lrTi lrrcott everj- ollirr Uy (even dy In March,
auil uJJ day in April and SUy), tor
ickenlnug, Klirenliurg, Termi-'
mis oiitlit'i n Pacific Hailrond,
and all points in California,
Coacfvlinjr tt Wickcnlinrj: with our lint of aUgri for
PhcDiiix, Florence and Tucson.
'Wlthcoaifort.tblecoachr ml iiV n,. t.i i.
Tliroujrh tickrti to
Colton, Los Aiigelei , San rranclsco, Sac
ramento nnd San Joae,
Can 1m hml br apil log at any of the Company'! offlo
in tlir Territory.
ii. i ikhso.n. JAMKS STRWART,
Srcrtnrj . WioVrnlmrir. lien. Sunt.
J. U. .Muroit, Aprut, rreett,
Unll btoel, Paint Hrushcs, Wool Sacks and Twine.
1 aims, Oils, (Mass, Smalts, Bronze, Turpentine, White Lead, Gold Leaf.
Crockery, Glassware and liamps, Traveling Hugs, Satchels, Trunks,
Bar Glasses, Jiottlos, Mirrors, Valises, Chandeliers, Etc., Ktc!
A ITU, ASSOKT.M 1CNT OF
T IiV, C O 1 P E It A IV I) S Ii l: k T I 11 O X w O It K
fONSTANTLY OX HAND AND MADK Tt OUDKH.
3Ltilie axiicl Fancy Crroceries,
OK THE NRWRST AM CHOICKST DhSCKllTlONS, COMl'KKSl.No
Green, Black and English Breakfast Teas, Mocha. Java and Rio Coffee
Mackerel, Salmon Bellies, Dried Beef, Smoked Salmon, Boneless Codfish
Buckwheat riour, Canned Fruit. Cracked Wheat, Hominy, Oatmeal,
Mushrooms, Cheese, Hams, Bacon, Ahleu Dried Fruits anil Vegetables.
Tobacco and Clears, Wines, Liquors, Ale, Porter anil Cider.
Saddles, Ox Whips, Blacksnakes, Collars, Harness Soap and Eureka Urcasin-,
Saddle Mats and Cloths Whip lushes, BowS, Poles, Buggy Shafts, Hubs,
J lobbies; Halters, Buckles, Snaps, Kings. Wagon Spokes, Felloes, Etc., Etc,
All or which will be sold at iledrock Prices, or exchanged for the
Products of tlm Country.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WINES, LIQUORS, CHS ARS
Tho Old Stand Ih wll know-it.
JUL. N. KODKNBl'RO.
C0LLINGW005 I M
TIIOS. J. MOItOAN.
T. C. DOUGHEKTY.
MORGAN & DOUGHERTY,
s Sale of
Gconro is tHiinjr to attend catirolv to hisnu- nn.ir!Unr,i, nt ti.o iwof M
merotii Hock. wim, u WhAwbur,.-. i:. n. kuiklaku, ai
Xotifp I hrrebr mrn to thrt t-nhllo thi o.. n.i...
tciinl. a.lcn of OU.i. . Aytt. .will, on the 5th tliiv
of Juar, ifTt. nt the town of I'himtx, iu the rountv !
oi .vanropa, nuio onxn, n. m., or Hint il.tv, irtoc.l to
rll ut 1'iiMle auction, for cah. certain irxmul i,r,.i.riv
!w.iKtil to him for htorit of wrtnln cmlitors In Ul
Ipnnifnt nintionril, oonnUtine of llorrm. Mm. Xtnl,.
and SIimo ; that I to ny, tbmi hnmlr.il haj of liofrm,
tuarr ami ninlf, more or 1pj, uml fourten htindrnl
hunt of phf ep. mora or 1m.
IVnoDK dMrinc to iurclm anv of the above .lurril
el property at privt Kile, can tin o at any time betwrea
the Ute hervuf and the JUh day of June. 177 bv
. ... . i . . ... . ... . J
hi .M. I l'e-AmIcbw
my lot 1
FRED. mLLlAlS, l;o: ; ictor.
lOne l)oor'Vet ..f lUCift.nl store )
Supplie the 'IUjV ntth that nhlob cheer, bat ini
out tntoiirate. He.t quality of Clear kepi on band.
My Cli'b-ltooin It d to be the rot comfortable plaet
la tm. Come and .See. KUKD. WILLIAMS.
One Door East
Of the Post ofllce.
WATCIIMAJiERS AKD JLUFACTUIUNG JE1VELEKS,
And DcnltprN In
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware.
Alt kltltU of .Trrrolrv nml .Sllrnnrnrn , r...... . . . . ... .
. very ,r,crltlon. Srl Vr....... in........ v. . . "... Z"" "M "IIvpr- K"BrTlf of
nrOrdm-B by Mail win rolvo Prompt nnd Cttrelul Attention.
WloWnburj, A. T., Jlay 5, IS77.
J J. 3Vt H3 2S HO "W JEJ Y,
CORTKK STREKT, SOUTHKAST CORNER or VLA7.A,
Gcncviil Blacksmilliiiig, Horseshoeing, Oxshooin
nXECt TED IN A WORKMANLIKE MANNER AND AT SHORT NOTICE.
He alw hn the pleature of nnnotmclnc that he hrtl a PAT KMT Tlltr. S1IIC1 VICKtr j v
attontion to nil ordcrt ntnutrd to hit charge, to merit a lwre of public patromi " "d her' ttAet
Special Attention given to tlio Propor Treatment of Horses' Feet.
STATIONERY CUTLERY. CIGARS AND TOBACCO ETC
Agency for the AuuoXA MlMa.
Moiitriiuiut Strret, VKKSCOTT, A. T.,
IS THU rt-CE TO t.CT TIIC llMiT
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
TO BE HAD IN THE TOWN,
ENGLISH ALE AND PORTER
Alwayi oa hanj, Janll-tf
Montezuma St., - - Prescott.
D. C. TIIOKXB.
CtinU 3?uid for -VnUtublo Spnolttions.
c;ooi) i.a(;i:k iikeh,.
Liquors and Ciqars.
Alwajs on band and for sale.
JOHN UAint.K, Proprietor
GENERAL atERGU 4
Pr.lre tolnfnrm the noMir. tir3k'
MlXKR, that Ihelr extenW twt W
slway fllle.1 wltb foil line of
In the Territory, and their ample Ww A
ami rereKlajc 'iriMNl, enabli tiaw f
fr Ie woacy, than any 4lfci
In aJJIUon lo regular tert artklf? an.
B AKLE Y, CC
We will N plesW to ret-eire t ,
o I .Vurti)rH A ritoM. New JIxrf atW
Ult, or ra Tnuui. "
THE POST TRADED w
FORT WHIPPLE, A
xxtn ro 'lU
Groceries, Pronf L
boots -A-srn si
CP Prl Keawaable.
IIOWKRS k. RICHi
BAR AND MILLIARD SALOON,
Montezuma Street, Corner Gurloy,
Is the Largest mul Best Saloon
IN XOHTUEASTKIty ARIZONA.
J- C. CRANK, Prorrietor.
W itir fn.o ft"
Strel 8pr!ng' The '"'J'Si
Tin Id worn wllU esc
wv. au.l w.H rertotm r4ilt
ot'arra fall. K'wlrr. rfVf,i2'
of our Comfortable EltnUArra
ticrer rrsret It.
icrer rrtfret It. , ..jM
Sena for lllntralfH
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Established 1870, by
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A. T., at CrajM mnch Io Skull
mencloir Ai.rll lb"th. anil "ie',l!J
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Kranob, Skull Valley, o ",0?".Ai i
ef each weeX. ; at Jacob l'l
Williamson Valley, oa WZU1
& Co.. Pre-ott, u VWA v
each neeV. wll
Termi for the eawn $20. tt
nnl tho bnlanre at tha end, of Ot
815. livable at time of enrlf
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can be obtained at Craro
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rare nill N taVea of the ,,u,'r,M
ut be rej'nsibl Rrany ao.'."T
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