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JCSTuVlJIilBltlCL) IN lf-O-t.
I'rtwoott, .Ai'lv.oiui 'JLVrrltory.
satuUdav mousing, octobei: it. wh.
HOW GOVERNMENT TREATS US.
In the balls of Congress. In tin pulpit, on the
stutnp. In the social circle. Cudee anl his Dinah.
Jobn Chinaman anil bis Ah Cboy. Lo. tho poor
Itidkin, and his flabby-sided squaw hove tbolr de
fenders and admirer!", but stranito to wy, tbo
while men and women or America, who go Into
the wUderne" at their own expeno. try to de
velop it and make an honcl living by linrd labor,
are neglected by Government and people, and
left to the tender mercies of ibolr savage neigh
bors. When spoken of at nll.oiirbtuvepinneer
are alluded to with doridon. and looked upon ns
i-cnil-barbnrlans but llttlo bHIor than the sav
ages who prey upon them. Should tb-y have
the totnorlty to ask Government for protection
far their lives and property, they aro snubbed
and Insulted by olllchil mummies, and told that
were It not for IkuI white men. the Indian would
net hove molasted them. Let lazy negroes or
lying Chinamen cry out for assistance, and lo and
behold; white statesmen and orator thunder for
immediato redre for the poor, down-trodden
barnacle?; fnntallr. strong-minded feminine
shed tears for the ilwr creatures. A cry Is rnied
from Maine to California, and a mighty army is
ready to go to Dixie to develop the negro, to
California to strengthen the Coolie, lo Alaska, to
prop up Mr. John I'opoCf. lately a Iiuian serf,
but now, thanks to Brown Hear Seward, a full
fledged Radical American citizen. If a white
man kills a negro, a Chinaman or an Indian, the
news Is telegraphed to every port of the country
a Cist as poss-lblo, and woo to the unlucky wight
who did the deed.
Let Indians murder and rob as much as they
please, they are In high favor at court, and need
not fear punishment for their crimes, ns our
grand viziers will say It Is all the fault of bad,
The above is no fancy picture; it Is true n
Gospol, and we fear there Is no hope for us until
sickly sentimentalist;, rosewater statesmen, poo
dle politicians and luxurious military officials nrc
laid on the shelf.
The white people of the Territories love their
country and their race, have nothing In particu
lar against the Inferior races, and neither dis
turb nor molest them so long as they behave
themselves. It Is all very One for Eastern people
of tho present day to talk of the r.'ght of the In
dian to the foil: this is pure flummory. Their
fathers did not think so.
Now, to speak plainly. Government treats
white citizens In the Territories worse than it
treats Indians, negroes or Chinamen, and it mut
mend Its course, or we will be compelled to
cease labor and take tbo matter of protection In
to our own hands. Congress can vote millions
of dollars of the people's money for the protection
of negroes, who need no protection, but refun-s
to send sufficient troops to the Territories to put
down the enemies of the while mce. This will
not do, and we call upon the people of the coun
try to compel their servants at Washington to aid
the cause, of civilization by affording citizens of
the. Territories proper and necessary protection.
' Goi- Geo. W. I)b.vt, Superintendent of Iudian
Affairs for this Territory, accompanied by. his
wife, passed through San Bernardino, recently,
ori'hls wny to La Paz. Mr. Dent has receiitly
tfeert to Washington, and we hope he bos come
back' prepared to take care of his wards, who. If
pnr people arc not greatly mistaken, nre tho very
fellows who have been cutting up didos in this
vicinity of late.
FitOM tho San Bernardino GwinlUin of Oct. 3d.
we, learn that the Pima Indians recently captured
an : Apache chief and skinned him nlivc. some
where in this Territory. This Is news to us. and
.trill, no doubt, be news to the Pima. The Guar
dian has been impoed upon, n, w f.el certain,
no sich occurrence ever took place here. The
iamc paper says the citizens sent out the Pima
to 'recapture the mules stolen from Mr. Chapman
bnt this is another mistnke, as the Piraas. who
it says recaptured the mules and skinned the
.Apache alive, iro employed by Government as
guides and scouts, and at the time the mules were
recaptured, they (the Pimas) were acting in con
cert with General Alexander and his command.
. P9PUU.T10.V Ixct.iu.sixu. It gives ns great
..pleasure to bo able to chronicle the fact that our
population is Increasing. Tho stages from Cali
fornia to Wickenbttrg come crowded with pas
sengers every trip, and the saddle train from
Wickenbttrg to Prescott Is insufficient to accomo
date those wishing to come here. We arc glad
of this, for the sake of the Territory, as well as
for. the sake of Messrs. Grant and Noble, the en
terprising gentlemen who convey mails and pas
sengers to and from tbo Territory. It is now
demonstrated that staging between California
and Arizona will pay. From persons who
lately cumo ovortlie route from California to
cPrescott, wo learn that Mr. Noble, lias recently
put on plenty of new, fresh stock on his end of
tho rqute between La Paz, In this Territory,
,, and San Bernardino, California, and that Mr,
Grant, who operates this end of tho route, will,
as soon as, it Is possible for him to do so. mako
ciiange? that will add greatly to the comfort of
Mr. J. G. Barney, formerly of Pescott, but
now of Santa Clara,- California, has our thanks
,1 for late California papers. Mr. B. took n leading
part In laying out the town slto of Prescott.
A Mk. Jc-wk Allkx, who accidently thot him
self In tho arm. some whero on the La Paz road.
In this Territory, had arrived at San Bernardino,
Bnd was undergoing iriedical treatment.
MORE INDIANS KILLED.
Troop It. Mb XL P. Cnvulry, Lieutenant Pom,
erby commanding, deerve well of the Govern
tnent, and the citizens of Arizona, for telling
blows recently Inflicted upon our snvago eu
mles, In this i trinity. On the morning of the fitli
lnt.. the little troop, M by their tru'.lnnt officer
and under th piidnnce of Mr. I'M. Peck, one of
the best guide in this part of Arizona, left camp
on the Agon Frio, nnd imide for the divide be
tween the Verde and A gun Frio rivers. They
crossed Ah ctenk. and struck it n Indian troll,
over which the oxen nnd cows recently stolen
froic thl place were driven. Tho comirnnd fol
lowed this trail as far wist as the Verde, nnd
found that the cattle bad been driven across the
river, at a point near the mouth of the East Fork.
As weeks had elapsed since the cattle were stolen.
It would, of course, have done no good fur them
to go further In tlml direction, so they turned
north nnd made for Camp Lincoln. On the wny
up they found verul deserted rancherln. w hlch
bad been built within six month. Arriving at
Camp Lincoln, they drew nmr rations and stnr-
ted out again towards Black Mountain, and on
Sunday morning lnt. while scouting through
said mountain, they had the good fortune to meet.
In a ennyou, five full-grown, strapping male In
dians, every one of whom they kllb-d. After
killing the Ave met with noar the mouth o'" the
canyon, the little command dashed forward but
the cowards bad sneaked on" and hid, lenitng
bows, arrows, hatkets, ulc, buhltid them. The;e
must have bwn n large band of Indians in the
cunioti nt the tftne, as in going Into the moun
tain from toward Granite creek, they tnadu two
large trails. The command thou scouted through
ttiu mountain, and came out nt Postle's ranch,
where they routed, while Lieutenant Somerby.
Mr. Feck and some of the men came up to Fort
Whipple for rations. From I to tie's ranch, they
intend to strike towards the tipper Verde nnd
back to cump, hoping to fall In with the Apaefa
Yumas again. One of the five Indians fought
bravely, and came very near putting arrows
through sergeant Wortnwn nnd Mr. Feck. Kd
says the Indian fired nil his arrows at them, and
when all were gone, bent his bow nt them. Since
September Sth. Llent. Somerby and bis little
command of about 'lo men have succeeded in
killing 11 Indians and capturing T. Pretty good,
we should say.
We have noticed and read tho 'leader' of the
Arizona Mivkk of September 12. which we flmil
copy in our next isue. Sear the close of which
Munon remarks : ' We have spun till article
out to a considerable length." Yes. you did.
John, and If von would use more of such truths
and used more olld argument as the body of
yonr leader contain, you would have done infi
nitely more cood for the Territory than all of the
clap-trap" flings at a man who ha ever had the
inlorisstof the whole people of Arizona at heart.
Why not direct your talent in the right channel
nnd put forth the advantages of the Territory a
well a the ilinicitlties tlHit we labor uniler. you
will win more friends nnd no doubt feel better.
Well, well! What in "io name of all that is
holy do you mo.in. brother DeLong? But a few
weeks ago you doubted our ability to write any
thing good, nnd no doubt, felt savnge enough to
take our scalp. Have you experienced religion,
got a Government contract, or been married.
'Plague take It," we scarcely know how to ac
connt for your change of base with regard to
our humble self, and shall lay low fur a while,
until we find out whether or not you are joking,
in reply to your remarks about the "man who
has ever had the Interest of the whole people of
Arizona at heart." we would remark that we
know that man belter than you, and are willing
to let timo decide the matter.
The Fkuai.e Democuacv. Elizabeth Cody
Stanton (In the HevokUion) exhorts all patriots
to forget pat difference. " nnd unite with us in
the great approaching struggle to elect Horatio
Seymour and Frank Blair, that the war for the
Union, the Constitution, and tho laws, may be
commenced In earnest."
Useiti. Books.- -We have received from 11. H.
Bancroft fc Co., pnbtMiers. San Frano'cn.copiea
of two excellent works recently iued by them
entitled -Power and Wealth of Our Country,"
and -Mackenzie's Ten Thouand receipts." These
arc valuable works, and persons wlhlng copies
of them can examine our, nnd after doing so
they will be certain to send and get copies of
thuirown. By some, unaccountable mistake of
tho publishers or blunder of the postmasters,
only the second volume of "Power and Wealth"
has reached us. and unless the fu .d volume comes
along soon, we fear wo will be unable to arrive
at "Power and Wealth."
A ntiVATE letter from Dr. J. T. Alsnp, informs
US that Sonora peaches wero wiling in tho Tno
son market. The Dr. also informs us that .Mrs.
Barnum, formerly of this county, was sick, but
From Hjijuirnt.t.E. A recent letter from this
town informs us that a large body of rich ore
has been struck In Mr. Hardy's mine.
The Alden type-setting machine has been im
proved. It is a success for book-work, bnt can
not be made serviceable in a daily newspaper
jT-Cr To tht J'ostinusUr at &m FrancUca, Cali
fornia Rbspkctki' Sir: You would confer a
great favor upon tho citizens of Prescott and vi
clnlty by looking up, In a soparate bag, all the
through mall for this benighted locality. Do this
much for us nod we will mako you our next
Delegate to Congress. Fall to do It, and when
ever anything goes wrong, wo will give you
We see it staled that elections for State officers
were to have taken place in Pennsylvania. Indi
ana and Ohio, on the 13th Instant, and it Is to bu
hoped that the Democrats carried them.
"Fifteen divorce?, seven of them for adultery,
have just been granted by the Supreme Court for
Orleans county, Vt. Bad politics, bad morality.
As Captain Henry Wilkes was tiding In a i
buggy nt San Bernardino, California, on the I
evening of the 3lt ultimo, the bore became j
frightened and ran awuy, nnd In jumping Trout I
the buggv, the Captain recelred Injuries from j
which he died on the following evening. De
cided came to California nt fin early day nnd
was tor many years ongtuied In mining with ,la.
A. Moore, now of Camp McDowell, in this
oouniy. i ,
Suiu. l'ax,-Thla loathsome, terrific, dlseam I
on the tncrone In Sun FrnncNcci. and, has also
found 1U wnyto Los Angeles. The Star ty
several soldiers nrc sick with It nt ennip Drum
nnd that, n Mexican citizen of tho county recently
died of t. Hope our neighbors of Oullromla
will fooh get rid of it, ntid that tt will not oros
the Colitrudo river, but for fear It might, we ml
vise oiipTcrtllorinl readers to get vaccinated.
TttK Los Angeles Semi-Weekly Aif.s. of tin
2d itt Jims an able article upon alfalrs in this
Tcrritoiv. which we intend to pubUdi. .lint tiuiv
the pupjrs of Sn FmncWco and Lot Angeles are
ilotns afl they can lo help u and draw the at
tention tf Government to our helpless condition,
for wbli w'u thank thetn kindly, nnd nwnr them
that. lliMr assertion about the graat mineral
wealth of Arizonn. Its soil and climate, are true
I two weeks, recently. 86 vessels from fondgn
ports arrived in Sun Pmnclsoo hurbr. Their
total tonungo was
"Thk printers In the filer of the Toronto
.CumuhO LftJtr are on a strike. beeaoe they
were oirorod American silver In payment of
They are not Hie first Englishmen who refined
to take American mrlal.
Hk.ii. estate tales during four weeks proriou
to Sept. 30th, In Son Franeisco, amounted to S2.
307,760. Till? l!nian Empire contains a tctnl popula
tion or 77,000.000. of which 311,170,000 are Bus
statu. Co.vtkakt to former reports, the telegraph
now informs us that Ben Butler, the lnulter of
wamcn. the spoon-thief, the ex-sece!.Ionif t anil
the eence of everything cowardly and mean,
his succeeded In gelling re-nomln.ited for Con
grosx. Wonder if the Uepublicans who nomina
ted him believe InWs repudiation notions! Guess
they do, eLe tboy w ould uot endorse him.
Letter from Tucson.
oontiEsroxuExcK or auizo.na miner.
Trcsos. Sept. 2(5. 1503.
EotTOR Amzox.i Miner: I am pleaed to see
tint you and your only ally, the AritonUtn. are
Inclined to devote your energies to the develop
ment both of the resources and the wants of the
Territory. God speed you. In either your sepa
rule or joint etforts to m.iku known to the people
of the L'nlted Slates the Importance and the value
of this hitherto ffrra incr"jnita. Arizona. We
h.ive been hitherto r'prenled as occupying 11
countrv not worthy the protection of any one.
Ned McGowan said that to take 11 dry goods'
box. Oil it full of sand, put a pile of stones in the
center, plnnt a Kiel 11 in one corner und put a
thimble full of water in the other, nnd the map
of Arizona nu drawn. I don't pretend lo quote
hi precl word, but the above is the ubtunee
of hi description. Other writer who have only
a-til alone Its main lines of travel, und that,
through a hot country, when- there Is no winter,
and who. from the dangers incident to tliuir route,
buve been unable to uo. either through I'cir or
inclination, beyond rifle shot of their camp, have
about corroborated hi description.
It Is your duty and the duty of the only otle-r
journal'ln I ho Territory to rorrcct the mitake
which nrcso patent toatiyone who know. A 10
.1. ...S.1..1.. t in .........1 ,.. ii
agricultural wealth, you have dihip.itetl that
ileiimon. in rormer numbeis 01 yonr paper. iy
an exhibit of figures which show that while we
have an apparent desert country, nevertheless
we have one in fact quite productive, in a hoi
climate of an nlmot uniform temperature what
do you need to produce vegetation rcgardlei- of
variety? You need onlv. tirt. a good sot I, Ood
ns this. Next, we need water,
bus given it this. In the Santa Cruz, in the So-
noita. in the tilla. dive us protection irout in
dians and we will tell you feoon how much we
We will tell yon not only what our fields pro
duce, but we will tell you also what our mines
In my hasty notice of the agricultural resour
ce of f'lma county I overlooked, not only
the produce of the civilized Indians, the PIm.i
and Marlcopas. In the aggregate amounting to
thousands of bushels of wheat and corn. liiitalo
the settlement on the l.'io Gila, where nearly
10311 acres of corn is now growing, as well as the
oldest settlement on tho San Pedro, whero near
ly as much more land und that of the bust quali
ty, is under cultivation.
Go on In the g"od work you have undertaken,
tell what yon know of our present condition.
tell n Not yon llilnli of the mt, Ivll what von Imp.
of the future, and if you earnestly respond to
these exaction, yon wilt have met, the desire
of your ob't sv't. Pioxkeu.
VISIT TO THE STERLING MINE.
EntTon AuizoxA Mixeh: On Thursday, the
15th Instant. In company with a number of
gentlemen of Prescott, I visited the Sterling
Mine, nnd we were all mot ngreeably surprieil
to simj so much rich ore, that wa being taken out
of the main shaft, and, on descending into the
shaft. wi were moru surprised at thu size of the
ledue and the richness of the ore.
We were very politely and kindly treated by
Mr. T. W. Brook. Superintendent of the mino,
and think the company very fortunate In. their
Superintendent, who appears to be the right man
in the right place. After visiting tho mine, we
called on Mr. Borger, the General superinten
dent at the mill, and were astonished at the pro
gress mado by that gentleman in the erection of
tho necessary buildings and furnaces for hi
chlorlnatlon process in working the ore of this
mine. Mr. B. very kindly explained to us some
thing of tho process through which tho ore has
to pass before the gold contained in it Is ready
for the mint
Wo were all dolighted with our trip nnd what
wo saw, and nothing would have marred the
pleasure of our trip had it not been for the
"Bouncing" we received at the Quartz Moun
tain saw Mill, whllo partaking of tho hospital!))
and Ourtess(Ics) of Gcorgo W., one of the pro
prietors of that mill.
The calorcd.people of New York nte (JlnlU
fM with the llepulillrnn p.irty In that Stalo, be
catie the p irty. the negroes say, are not In favor
of equil rights to nil. '.
The Madlenl of the Alnbamf LcgtMarnreharr
peil a resolution aklng the Pro Ident to send
more soldiers to t lit State "to aid In preserving
peace." The Democrat denounce the action
of the Black.
The purp lo.ttnd odorottumajorlty In the Louis
iana 1'gl'latitre talk of taking from the State
Courts (ho iower to naturalize foreigner.
A riot occurn-d at Camilla. Georgia, on the
evening of the 22d u't.. between tin' cllhens 'of
the town white unit b'aek und un nnind force
of w hile nnd colored Uadlcnls. The latter were
the llrst to lire, anil went then driven II by the
Cnmlllinti, Several persons won killed nnd
wounded, There are two vrlon of the affair,
but as the Itnillcal speaker and the negme who
accompanied them were nrmed. lit defiance of
State law. It Is fair to prelum that they were
Ktota between whites and negfOlfl Wt the
order of the day In New Orlenti". ' '
Secretary Seward bus doclarod blmelf for
Grant and ColJhx.
The Indians are on the war-path In Knit.
On the 17lli ult. they nltiicked 11 ounlp of fitly
olillors on n fork of the Iliipublloan. The sol
dier relimUfd to an Island, whither they were
followed by the Indian. A dotpomto tight en
sued In whlhCol,For.ythe wi Indly wounded
and Lieut. Bercher. killed. Tpop wertt lent to
the relief of tin lieleagmrd soldiers.
loiter accounts of the Camilla riot say the
slaughter was much greater than nt flrt reported.
Butler wants to erawfldi ont of the suits In-tl-tuted
aglnt him by Wool ley and Klniberly
Bro'. He now soys he was not liable to bosum
inonnl. he being a member of Congrw.
A horso belonging to John Stewart, of Now
York, recently trotted twenty mitus to wugoit In
minnlv mid So seoonds.
In Texas, recently, 11 dctuchment of L". S- cav
alry overtook 200 Apaches, killed twjntyand
wounded an wptal number. Thoy also recap
tured twenty captive,.
The Itepiibtlrans held a big meeting at Chicago,
on the !:!t!i ult.
Sttrratt haJ bit-n ditt!t'd from nutody.
ttobert Lincoln, boii of ex-President Lincoln,
was married nt Washington, Sept. 21th, to the
daugbler of Senator Harlan.
Tho people of NaiUvitle, Tetinost, had an
exciting time during the recent oauyaM for May
or. A riot took place one night, when the ne
groes fired 1.000 shots, wounding four persona.
Both candidates were Itcpublicnns, nnd tt was a
regulur Itepubllcan fighL
The Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows wilt next
year meet at Han Francisco. '
Kx-Prt-ldenl Pierce's health Is Very feeble.
Friends tear be will not recover. 1
Governor WarmoiHh of LuuUlana. has vylocd
the Negro Equality Bill, recently pawed by the
negro majority in we i.egiiuture. 'itie Uarliies
threaten him with personal violence.
Troops have been sent to Teonu.eo.
General J. C. Ilimlimm, formerly ir the Con
federite Army was nsasinati.il in'titn Own hou-e
at Helena. Arkansas, on the evening of SepL lH.
The Republican or the Tenth District. ,Ma,
sacluii-i'tts. have renotnihaleil II. L. Dawes for
Cotigte. ' '
Fbom I'lV iCotrxTV. The Ar'uonian of Oct. 3-1.
h:is come to hand. From it we taku the follow
ing: Tho editor lias been presented with a sugar
beet weluhlng IS pound, and a watermelon of
V pound, rntvil by Charle Mason and Thorn.!
Ewlng at the new settlement oil the Gtla. above
Pima Village, where tlwre ts a flue body of ag
ricultural land 40 miles in length .und 10 in
Cook .t Show, mail oontruetors from ML-ssllta
N. M., to Tucon do not comply with tin? term?
of their contract, anil the Arbm'un gives thetn
particular fits. "'
New- goml are arriving continually both from
the east and the west ,
Blchird .t Co..nru drgzing thulr mllland other
property from the ruins of the recent Hood at
Pima Village. . '
The paym.i'ter had been to Tucson, and left
Mr. H N. Allen, nnil rider to San Pedro, In
forms the Ariton'mn u that on Friday, 21 111 11 It..
while a train of immigrants were encamped nt
that place, n party of twelve or fifteen mounted
Apaches came car.'rriiig up as If to pay them n
friendly vidt. nnd when In almot cloo proximi
ty, they charged upon the herd, grazing c!oe to
camp, and succeded In driving off 23 an,ima!s
This occured in broad daylight and in the pres
ence of some fifty jiersons nearly all armed;
but so sudden and unassuming were the move
ment, of tho Indians that bttfnru the reality of
their presence; was fully contemplated by the
Immigrants, the herd wus furinud undnnvay
propelled by whoops nnd lances, toward the
home of the Apaches. Shots at long range were
fired and puotilt was given, but in vntn ; the In
dians bore their booty In triumph to the moun
tains. Is it to be wnnduipd at that immigrants
am reluctant about t'4tablibing thulr homos
among ust" No, indeed, it is not.
A rttiK broke out in Putaluiua, California, on
the morning of tho 2d Instant, which destroyed
a great amount of property.
The Los Angeles .Star of October 3d. has been
informed that extendve improvements aro being
made at Camp Drum. Callfornl 1. Now quarters
aro being erected one mile wot of tho old ones.
New Piiixrin.E is Co.cEvrttiTio.v--Ditr Meth
od. A patent has been obtained in Washington
and Ottawa, by S T. Poarce, the Superintendent
of tle Buckingham Iflumbago Works, Canada,
forn new drv method for concentrating all kinds
of ores, by the employment of centrifugal force
ln connection with graduated receivers ; doing
away with the tto of waler. by which so much
mineral Is now lost. It is now claimed that ore
separation Is done by this method by mechani
cal means alone, without the employment of
manual labor, and that it is as simple as tho hlll
Ing of grain. . . ,;J, :
piO.NEIiR DRUG STORE.
On liiind mitt liu mu1',
iV Ih'liKim fur tht Atnoi,
' ' HfUloPtl ' .
Ayt CAny Pectoral,
'' Atje Cttn,
QftJirXPn Jhtliii Cmlarjnrjiit,
JlnACH$ Jamnirtt Uinyr,
l'irry Dating Pain 7w7rr,
liwWf'" Cntnrrh I!m!tt
(i Jlrwug llromhtnl Tnrht,
' ' Jlrjfnti Pulmonic W'aftrr,
!)r. Dtrin,' PHih l.,4n,tj
Kcnlh'tft C'liiyh "
Jnyne'i Pit'crit Afulirinrt,
Anil, In fart, n full assortment of nil tl,0 pat.t
Medlelnes nsitAlly linmil tit drug ston-s.
Tuilet S'jnji, linc LiiWm, Prfmmi
And a lartfe supply 01 Dlpening MeilirliiM
N. 15. -Pby-liiau' procrlpioii dniniiv anJ
accurately eompouniliHl. ti. I). KENIMLL
CI" Dr. Kenlslft irtlpf In rvor ot lira
Preco. Arll at, 1MK
WORMSEB & CO.,
Wholesale ami Itftail 31rcliniit
LA PAZ and PKKSCOTT, Arizona,
... i)i:.n:iis iy ....
Grneeric, Pnvtitm, Gllhit.g, Hoot, SIk.
Liquor, Crockery, 1 lard ware, Farming '
nnd .Mining Implement, etc ,
riALL THE ATTENTION OF THEIR mj
V pioneer friends and tin- pnf.1l . tvi-a y
their i:w and splendid nKortiui-nt rr crxl -Willy
pnrclmeil, by our uftlir tlrnt. InNm v
elseo. and now on hand at their stores In L 1
(Ike ti a csll and see for vourr'vr Wf
ih seHIng for rnltitm prices; our motto 11 i-i
lis Item, " I.lve and Let Live "
Our Uwk In Ln Pax Is nrknowJedgfd N 1
who have e-n nnd examined It. to t ,
THE LARGEST AND BEST
Aorttnsnt of t'Ood ever bronrM to thr'""
.Merchant, farmers. roWr nnif othin. irut,.
to purehae good, would do well lo cirr w
call, before pttrchalng eliHhrrr.
1Z. .T. COOK.
niowtSvii AiViiKTAir. mz.wm w
, ... Hoots and Shoes,
Iroti, Xatls, Quicksilver,
" . Toltftcco Cigars, etc.,
Is prejtared to furnish the people all kinds of
Merchandise, .for Cosh,
At roasbnablc rates, At the
a noun STORE,
Corner of Ornnlto nnd Gurlcy Streets.
Prei-eott, Arizona, June 27, 1S&3. &"
GRAY & CO.,
WIIQLESVLB AND RETAIL MERCHANTS.
t- At La Paz a ml Prescott.
.... Dn..LKIlS l.N ....
GrtocnntEs, Proviso.vs, Ci.oTinyr;, etc.
Wish to call attention to the large assortment ot
XIn rclAvn i'e,
Now on hand nt their Store In Prescott.
WVSl AM) COLD
At Montezuma Hall, Prescott
IJP'fihaitnf, Hair Oottinff. ttr in the n rrfeJ
ir. TllUODOltE OTTO.
C. .JACKSON Sc Co.,
.Montc.tiiim I trvot, Prescott.
1 7"K II AVE. JUST AKHIVKD FI10M
T T ban Franeisco with a largo assort 1
mcnt of LIQUOU,1!. which weolkr for sale
nt reduced prices, (or tush, t our sample roomi,
w here Joe and Sol, the handsoinr -t anJ ool'ifft
men liilnwu, wjllliilaj boon hand 10 dupvt
llfftiOrs In the most approved stTh'.
CHAM I'AtiNE on draft. Wo never Jf
P. j..Ioc uaa now another attraction btiuJrt
his " Pnrp." U. JACKSON A to.
Prescott, June 5, teOS.
E W A R R A 3V CKM K1T!
fiOOti KHENCIl nilEAP.
EXCEbLENT PIES, OAKBS, fte.
Mado ly Carlo Loim-z, a flrst-rliss Uikrr ab!
pastry-cook, late of llermossiiilo, Sonora, will w
on hand nnd for sale,
AT SCIIIiaiDEIPS 15 A K Ell Y,
.Montezuma Street, Proiicntt. on and aft r SpnJJi
August IP, lfJS, ANTONIO ViWA.U'EBA
' 0ABI.0 LOPEZ. .
Prescott, August 15, IMi