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FRIDAY, Jl'.Mi S. 1S77.
SAN CAKI.OS AtJUXCY.
Lssi Saturday's dispatches credit Inspec
tor Vandcvcr with remarks that he is not
likely to admit as his own, uuless he is
more stupid and ignorant than he has credit
for- lie is charged with saying "that if the
order to station a military officer at the San
Carlos is carried out, the worst results
-would follow."' If this is supplemented by
adding "to the Indian King in Tucson,''
all right, nobody will object, and nearly
everybody will agree to it.
"That no Agent of the least honesty or
manliness or self-respect would submit" to
the same," we beli. e to be the sentiments
of the Tucson King, and not of Gen. Van
dever, for he. as Indian Inspector,
should know thai the ordtr is entirely in
accordance with paragraph 20SS Kevised
Statutes, which makes it imperative that
the Agent and a military olliccr shall be
present at all issues to Indians, and, that the
present order has been isucd at the request
of the Commisj-ioner of Indian affairs, and
that it certainly will be carried out, lot the
consequences be what they may.
"That the same logic would require civil
officers to issue rations and forage in the
Army," is not logical in the least. There is
a. wide difference between issuing rations to
soldiers and issuing to Indians. The for
mer know what th.-v are entitled to, and the
remedy if they do not get it; besides, issues
to troops arc made inlhe presence of any
number of witnesses, to people who know
what they should get, and who can look out
for their own interests.
The white-washing report on the San Car
los Agency, we are inclined to believe to be
true, for we did not expect any other. In
dian Inspectors do not consider it their
duty to expose an Agent, even if they could.
But when their advent is heralded" in ad
vance, and thev make this examination un
der the guidance and management of the
Agcnt.lhcvsce nothing but what it is intended
they should see. Wc should think, however.
lie might have seen the 4o acres oflandcultt
rated bvthe Idians. whence came the 2,3U3
bushels of wheat, ?.o00 bushels of corn, 700
bushels of oats and barlev, 2o0 bushels of
vegetables, and ooO tons of hay. Also, the
very rapid progress these Indians arc
making in agriculture; their 5,000 sheep
and other herds ot horses ami cattle. All
those who know anything about the San
Carlos Reservation, know just how much
truth there is iu this wonderful progress,
and we think Gen. Vandcvcr knows also, if
le would tell.
Secretary Iloyt qualified as Governor f Qcartz Mm.!- The Zalida miirng coin
Arizona In-fore Chief Jutii'e French on the Psn.v lltm' ordered, through 11. H. Murray,
30th ultimo, and Secretary Gosper has also ! aeat' i1 two-stamp quartz mill. This h a
, move in me uirocuun, mm mk
should be followed bv others who own mines
quahned as Secretary. It is now to be Gov
ernor Hoyt and Secretary Gosper, with head
quarters at Prescott, the Capital of the Tor
ritorv.
Local Intelligence.
SATURDAY.
Salt river is said to be overrun with men
out of employment.
Large quantities of puro silver was ex
tracted from the Zalida to-dav.
lion. S. C. Miller returned this morning
from San Francisco, where ho has beon for
some time past attending to business con
nected with freighting.
The Black "Warrior mill has at last been
shipped from Ehrenburg. per Miller Hro.'s
train, and will le in Prescott some time
within the next two weeks.
PMSCOTT.
containing ore ol untold richnew. The Za
lida oomjwny had intended to ship their ore
to San Francico, but ujkh more nmtiSro
consideration dtvided to pun-hnse n two
stamp mill, which is a foe-simile of the
large quartz mills, only of a miniature acale.
These mills can bo reached by very many
proeqiectors, as they cot but a'triUc, figura
tively sjteaking, and there is hardly a mine
of uotu in the county but what can jtay for
one of these wonderful little mills with the
jwticeeds from a ton of rich rock. The
amount saved in freight on a few tons of ore
from Aritona to San Fraacico would more
than nay for a mill, and are much trouble I
in shipping; would be the means of giving
the owners a chance to work their orei at
home, prospect other lead and give employ- j
mot to idle men, who are numerous, and
have a tendency to help build up the min
ing interests of" thi Territory. Then again,
if ores aw ahipped to San Francisco for sale
or reduction, the owner U compelhl to ttb
mit to the assavs there, and be shaved jut
Persons who wish to patrouiie the Atlan-! what the purchaser deem proper to ak.
t?o nnd Pflfifio ti. Fri,h Hn. m An .1 hv : Look at this as we may, mere are none utu
'rap
sending to Yuma by United States telegraph
and thence via Pacific and Atlantic.
democratic row-wow.
Like thunder out of a clear sky, like
mule chorus upraised in blatant disturbance
of a quiet night, like a flock of grasshop
pers on a thriving lettuce Dcu, the "organ
ized" Democracy of Arizona are upon us.
"Why they organize at this particular junct
ure only he who tortured Job of old can
say. There are no grvat questions of states
manship to settle, or small questions of of
5co holding to determine. It has been
whispered that the succession to the Con
gressional delegate-ship is to be provided
for, but the election thereto is seventeen
montlis away, ami jwlitical bargains and
promises to be fulfilled seventeen months
after date, are apt to be of small market
Talue.
We were getting along nicely without
any politics so to speak, and this eruption
5s both unnecessary and, in a mild
way, provoking. It seoins to us that some
of our many officers who hold their offices
at the pleasure of a Republican Governor
and Judge, and who yet have promoted
this Democratic "organization." arc assault
ting their own official necks "without con
siderable pro vocation, and where all the
circumstances of the assault show an aban
doned and malignant heart" as the Statute
has it. If wc were Gox-crnor Iloyt or
Judge Tweed, wc would give these gentle
men who clamor for party lines an opportu
nity to carry out their p.irf.zan zca' in the
leisure of private life. It must be a fetter
on the conscience of a roaring Democratic
Committeeman or delegate, to reflect that
he is holding office by appointment from
a Republican siur-." : we would disencum
ber him of the orlici-U shackle upon his
manliness and self respect, ard let him ob
tain office, if lie can, from the "organization"
lie wants to luilil up.
But blessed be nothing wc arc neither
a 44 Republican source" nor a Democrat hun
gering and thirsting for "organization." As
an independent journalist, filled with love
for the good men of both parties, the matter
is, strictly speaking, none of our business,
and if our D.moc-atic friends will "organ
ize" in despite of this good advice, why
" Let the galled jade wince,
Our wethers are unwrung."
UUALAl'.W INDIANS.
A Mr. Clark, in the employ of Dr. "V. "W
Jones, had occ:ion at Mack Canyon, a few
days since to take two mules from a man
named Tex. bv main strength and force of
will.
Mr. Meredith Aldrich, of Lower Agua
Fria, we learn, has sejenty-livc acres of fine
wheat headed out. Tle present indications
arc that Mr. Aldrich will raise wheat suffi
cient to furnish his section with Hour for
the coming year and will have some to dis
pose of in Prescott.
Z.vun.v Mini:. Jay G. Kelly, now residing
at the Zalida mine as Superintendent, rejwrts
that there is no change in the incline, which
is now thirty feet in depth. In the north
drift from this iucline. about ten feet from
the surface, the ledge has widened to ab
four feet, all good milling ore with a streak
of four inches of heavy solid metal. There
are one hundred sacks of selected ore on the
dump for transportation to San Francisco
as soon as the Company shall have com
pleted the road it is now building from the
creek to the mine.
what will admit that it is mmt prudent to
work our rich ores here at home, and to Otis
end all that is needed i backbone and cour
age to order machinry, when- jwrtiea ate
satisfied that their mines will justify the act.
I'otonico I.i-tttir M-t.
List of letters remaining in the Proseott
postoiliec, Yavapai county, Arizona, for tho
week ending June -, 1ST":
Adims J C
Akards Anda
Baker J J
BvanG W
Bemerdof W 11
Casey V It
Cutter Samuel
Carpenter C A
Cowlev II A
Curnutt David
Dukes Chas
Finiean Joseph
Gardner E II
Howell Caleb
Hanner Henrv
Hito Chas
Heckathome Ida
llanicv J N
Jones CW
Jones J M
Lemon A D
Lusk I)
Lawrin T
Lain V II
Iine Wm
Latta Samuel
Mercer Win
Mercer W C
MeLain J K
More Albert
McCIuskey 1)
Marlow John
McDonald S W
Marlow O W
Millikan J J
Newman T
Patterson J V
Parker Am.is.-i
Parker Woley
Pratt Emma "
Keeil J
Robinson G W
Rives W II
Seeord EC
Sehnall IlanUon
siiiiiuerman John
.Spnuldinj: W W
St Clair Henry
Thnnipoii Jamos
Thompson Mike
Wells S E
Waterman S M
Wilev ti
Wisdom J J
Witnrins B H
Warren Marv A
Moore Poter
The above named persons will plcnsy
for "Advortised Latter."
T. W. OTIS, P.
MONDAY.
call
M.
The District Court met at 10 o'clock this
morning. The following gentlemen, on mo
tion of District Attorney Weber, were ad
mitted to practice, and took the necewary
oath : Messrs. Aram, McCusker, B rimer and
Rolwrt. Owing to the absence of some of
the Grand Jurors the ciniNtneliug of that
lKdy was K.tKined until 1 r. .. After en
tertaining several motions and sounding t
civil calendar, the Court took recess until
1 i m. The following is a list of the Grand
Jurors summoned for this term: John Uar
tin, James Douglass, Leon Oorda-r, A. S.
Clough, V. C. Collier, James C. Curtis, A. G.
Dillon, J. G. CampMl. William Gilson, C.
L. Ferguson, S. O. Frederick, W. X. Cook,
II. W. Fleurv, Wolev Clanton, M. D.Camp
bell, Joseph "Hull, K.E. Elliott. 15. B. Crapo,
S. 0. Baker. J. II. Dickson, James M.Baker.
Hioit Fheiohts. We arc now at the
mercy of a great monojMdy, and that mo
nopoly is the Southern Pacific Railroad Com
pany. A move should be made to change
the channel, through which wc are getting
our supplies, immediately. The maximum
charges by the Southern Pacific Railroad are
seven cents from San Francisco to Ehren
borg, and then from Ehrenlwrg to Prccott
wo are compiled to pay four cents more,
making a total of eleven cenU from San
Fraucisco to Prescott. Wo are under the
impression that Uviht c. I '...id d wn
from New York to our town for alout seven
cents by the Denver and Santa Fe R. R. to
its terminus, and thence via teams to Pres
cott. Then why not move in the matter?
Several thousand dollars in silver bullion
was shipped last week to San Francisco by
the Peck mining company.
Verv rich specimens of irold and silver
were on inspection last Saturday evening in
front of the Zalida Co. s orhec.
Arrivals. The C. it A
as passengers this moining
gentlemen: M.Austin,
stnire brought in
Andv
the followiug
Horn, E. Cain,
M. Copeland, E.J.Patterson. John Dixon.
Wc took a stroll through Lindsay's garden
yesterday and were surprised to find so many
varieties of vegetables iu all stages of
growth. Mr. Lindsay has made the little
nook that a few years since was a willow
patch, one of the mo.t lovely places in Ari
zona. Mr. Lindsay settled where he now
lives a youug man full of energy and those
who witnessed his first undertaking declared
he would starve to death, but quite the con
trary has lxeen the result. He ha- heautitird
a nice little home and in that home can Im?
found a loving wife, a nice loy, and plenty
of the needful. Industry and economy i
all that is required in Arizoun to become
wea' t h
Red Warrior, owned bv Charier Enochs,
is turning out some very rich gold bearing
quartz. The mine has a shaft sunk on it 15
feet tieep. and shows about 30 inches vein
matter. The lead is situate aliout five mile
from Prescott and about a half mile from
the Salvador. It is the impression of the
miners and prospectors who have visited this
lead that it is of great richness and unlimi
ted in quantity.
J. GOLDWATEE & BRO.,
Cor. or Cortc-iutul (Joed v. in St.,
PEESCOTT, ARIZONA,
Have just received tho Host Selected. Fineit tad at Oowploto Stwk of
Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Slippers,
1-3! A. T S A 2ST 3D CAPS,
13'Ii,Y OOOIXS &z DRESJsS GOODS,
YANKEE NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS.
Particular attention w asked to article in tae following lbt, which biiyurs will find to
Im of tho very beat qualitie, laieat atyi and I0wa.1t jirkus :
Ijteo Shawls,
Droaa Silk,
Embroideries,
Sewing Silka,
Trimmings,
Cinlorwoar,
Tabl Oovora.
Velvet Cloak,
Linen aiw.
Wonted, Face,
Itattous, Coraeta,
Neck-tie. HotMry,
Cacbeero V mppars,
&auW Hats ami Hut-,
litMtt WraptHms,
lumbroider' Stlk,
Pttent. TiHet,
Silk lUndtemliiof-,
Veiling, Slmwlft,
Cuitaind, Quflts,
Inwns, Alpacas
SUk Stripe hustro!,
Kilibons, Veirtia, .loo. KH Chm,
Gronndinetf, IylakU, Mohairrt,
Caehcmirci, lVrcaku, Mcrioo&
Victoria Lawns, Poplin. Jnontta. Niuooks, 3!uUm,
Towels, liineus, Shoetingi, Ktc . Of every description.
ltelaiues, TarlotanOe,
Our Stock of Clothing, Underwear, Hoisery,
XI O O T ft AND HHOICS.
HATS AND CAPS, AXl) OTHKK ARTICLES FOR GENTLEMEX'S USE
Is the moit complete and host selected trw reorived in the Village of Proseott, ami
at Prices to Suit the Times. Iu addition to the artiied here uuuincnUed, vo
keep a complete stock of all other articie iiauaBy aold in a country store.
First (Juiility ami Best Ilrands
The Attention of Epicures is called to a fresh supply of
Cheese, Caviar, Dutch Herrings, Olives Sea Moss Farina,
MAI'Li: AND HOCK ('ANI)Y SYRUP,
BR0MA, ISINGLASS, SHELLED AND BITTER ALMONDS, BONELESS CODFISH,
Citron nnd Lemon Peel, Chutuce, Mushrooms, Salmon Bellies and Mackerel.
.COFFEE G-ROTJISrr) FRESH EVERY- ID-A.Y'--
WtESCOTT.
C. V. HEAD, l'rrncoU.
O. 3P. HE A.D
to. a. HEAO.c
WUOLBSALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IX
GENERAL MERCHANT
JUESCOTT AIVD CAMP ArERDE, A.T.,
Respectfully announce to Iho pcopla of Nurthcru Arizona that they noTrfca,,,
tlm '
LARGEST, BEST SELECTED AKD CHEAPEST STOCK OF GENERAL Iffi
EVmi QVh'EllED FOR &.VJ.E IX THIS MARKET.
37 01 Xjticlios :
Sllka, OoHowm,
Dalnlnae, liinoiis,
RIM Muslins,
innnnola, HmpreasoH,
Cifiiglmuii, Ijic,
Lawns,
Nanwoks,
Merinos,
Domcitica,
Ribbons,
Tlf
Ttth
m tb
Poplias,
c?
i On
ItT'oi Gentlemen:
Ruinas SttUs,
Dram Suits,
l'Snc Undom'oar,
Oeniirte,
1'atiUi,
Iloifery,
Overcoats,
Overalls,
Shoe,
Boob,
A
IT
blel
Illkorjo
ithelr
U Ia
ttrii
&
13" ox' Miners :
Picks,
Sliovols,
Sledges,
Wheolbarrows,
Steel,
Iron,
Ore Sacbi,
Rope,
Illack Powder,
Giant M SJ
A- us
Rakos,
Iloue,
l'loxv, Mowow,
Reapers,
Plow Steel,
Pitch Forks,
Axes,
Ruling Itopc,
ise, etc
:nt
"Wir
2Ui
rMtv
tHC
Etc., Etc 1$
Planes,
:awa,
Nails,
Wool Sack
TP orm
Paints,
llatohets,
Ilatainers,
iMoclianics :
, ARl
Butts aud Screws, Ij'tj .
Whit Ltad, . Yina
Window Shadus, Oil tcai Tarpfo
For "Vrool-CyroAVCis :
Sack Twine,
Tar,
Sheep Shears,
Sulphur.
SX0I11
NEW GOODS!! NEW GOODS!!
. AT THE
PIONEER STORE,
3-:sTrfvir.rsiiii:i5
o
iso-i.
BEDROCK PRICES
BEDROCK PRICES!
JOHN G. CAMPBELL
HAS NOW RECEIVED THE LAKC.EST AND MOT COMPLETE STOCK Or
For I-Totftls, Station Keepers and. Saloot
or
le aud Porter, Glassware, Whiakiw, stor
Table lurniturc, Wiues, TcW
Ciockcry, Brandies, -'
r
For ISveivytoocly s
Bed-room Sets,
Parlor Seta,
Chairs,
Flour, Cam Mcnl, Beans, Bacon, Hums, Lnrd, Canned 3Ieats nnd Fruits, Das
Syrupj-Sugar, Tea, Coffee, Rice, Spices, Soap, Candles, Soda, Starcb, Si,
Crenm Turtar, Yeiiet Powders, Store, Carpets, Oil Clotha,
Matting, Blankets, Mattresses, Eta, Etc
LIBERAL PRICES, IN .MERCHANDISE OR CURREh'CI,
FOK
Cold Dust, Cold and Silver Bullion, Wool, Hi
:1
Slicriirs Sale.
Hy virtue of no exaratiou lurl out of tho JuMtae's
CMir: of Prmir-itt I'rerinct. Yn8i County, AriK Ter
ritory. U. II. Cartter. J. P., itnlv aitrntnl I be 'M day of
May. ami to aw dirtsi. In f.-Tr f the Oxialy of
1)V whirh I Aln ivitnmitntld U tn i .Hit tf tin iwhawiI
Alex. Gradcn, who now resides on Cherry j r"p-'y f 'J tiridi. n't r uffii iat prti
rr.pV- r-isno into town vcterdav Mr t irof,T,.v "n"t ,h",n ""' bU nn ptnymy.
CrcCK, C.tmt into lOWIl Jir. Jh, Mlinrf tUirly one IOO dollar JwaenMt four 7? 100
UradCU liUOrmS US tJint inailV SIICCp Alia Cat- , J.I.r rr.--i,-.c- ;.b1 -vrntrfO CVHO dollam ct of
GENERAL i E R C H A N D i S E
tic arc coming into the
States aud other places.
couutv from the
Information has been received at Head
quarters Department of Arizona that the
Hualapai Indians sre frequently making
complaints against the citizens, amongst
-whom they live' Cjf injustice practiced upon
them bv disreputable whites.
It is the desire of these Indians to be at
peace with their white neighbors, and until
the Indian Department provides a separate
-place for the llualnpais, it is the duty of
every citizen to protect them, and purge the
.settlement of the lawless white scoundrels,
through whose conduct it is made so diffi
cult to manage the savage.
The good people of the locality referred
to are doiug themselves injustice in tolcrat
5n any abuse towards these Indians, not
that Indiaus may be, to some extent, in the
-wrong, but th.'" fear the Government, and
liave so far refrained from overt acts; they
rc savages, and it is anything but creditable
or safe for the whites to commit depreda
tions upon them or trctt them unjustly.
The recent enlistment of a company of
Indian scouts from the Hualapais so identi
fies them with the authorities that they feel
encouraged, and they are no doubt as pro
gressive as any Indians in the Territory.
The policy pursued toward them by Gen
eral Kautafrom the time they left their
reservation on the Colorado river, assured
them that the Government would take no
unjuit measures in their management, and
that as long as they remained peaceable and
gave no cause for complaint they will not
be interfered with in ther old homes, where
they preferred to live, except so far as the
Interior Department might assume their
control.
From all the information obtained from
Thtf neirhborhoinl of these Indians it ap
pears that they have been faithful to the de
mands of the Government, ami that the com
' plaints are from a direction which reflects
anuch disrredit upou the whites; but as iu
all such cases proper action will ferret out
the guilty parties and reliee the community
of any stigma, and it is hoped that the
xonghs, of whom the co.'uplaints arc made,
will soon meet with jutice.
lion. Charles I). Poston, Register of the
Lvad Office at Florence, is now at that pjace
and has entered upon the duties of his office.
!Mr. Poston was formerly n delegate from
this Territory. i a man of talent, and it
looks a little as if he wants to swing back
into line and once more try his hand in the
race for the iict delegacy from Arizona.
Aspirants for this office arc thick in Ari----i
ai ras-0J'p.r ft!1as.
Lazarus, the San Francisco embezzler,
who was arrested in this town about two
weeks since, was taken in charge by officer
Kcyser and Mr. Smith, one of the victims,
ami is now far on tho rond toward where the
offense was committed.
Messrs. lloughtellin and Schultz have dis
covered to the c ist of the Silver Prince a
gold aud silver lead which is causing much
excitement just now. Wc have not learned
the name of the discovery, but arc credibly
informed that the ore is of a very high
The amateurs who tonk part in the per
formance civen some time ago for the bene
fit of the Metliivdist Episcopal Church South,
arc to meet to-night for the purpose of ef
fecting a permanent organization. They
wiM soon afford our public a new treat, as
wc understand that new plays have been
telegraphed for in San Francisco.
New V eo eta ul.es. Mr. Win. Ivcrr, from
Thompson Vallcv, arrived in our town, ic
Saturdav eveninc with a wajron load ot '
fresh vegetables, amongst which wc noticed
sonic four or five hundred pounds of green
peas in the pod, which he readily disused
of at 23 cents per pound. An acre of peas
in this country is sufficient to insure a reve
nue that would be called a fortune by a
farmer in the East.
suit. tc-thr with the eot that wav aecrao: and tniiiar
to aim MiMftif at per-oatti mwrty . ulriutid I bavt
lovtol upon ard talm ail the rurht, title and inlwrnt
n-lii h t:i said difrtiiant bad on i!ir tiiU day ot March
Ir.o ot. In aad tu to Ii-lluwm dMcnrsl iral tat-. It
nit : It Xnmbw two (31. in UUvK Nnmiier Wa (10). aad
ini'0v!itv ia too town of rroxsitt. t avaput county.
wwi. .hio is aamiy givru mat on
Wednesday, May 30th, A. D. 1877,
At IS o'clock. M.. ia front of thi court bour, ia thr tniru
ol PrvM-ott. ii akl county ami Territory, I mil rx5c
frik- at public auction. !r ca)i. the bole, or much
of tlie atwv dscritivd real Mate us mn he nwfvurj' to
tatiety f am judgment and an co;u. the laiv directn.
HI). P. HOWKKS, .Sheriff.
I'refoott, May 7, 1ST7. mylOtU
The above 2e t hersbv noslimned until Saturday.
Jun !6th. 1?T7. at the amo timenxl place, by comeot
ol ran l u eiier, attomev lor pMinMI
By C. T. IU-SAVAS, KI). F. I10WERS,
Deputy. bberifi.
Proposiils for Building County
IJtiiklinu:
s?.
Ir. Henry 11. Murray has ordered from
San Francisco one of he ' Two Stamp Pros
pectors Mills," complete, consisting of four
horse Higclow vertical engine and boiler,
No. 1 Wheeler rock breaker, two-stamp iron
battery, iron frame, double cams, loO pound
stamps thirtv-inch Wlu-eh'r amalgamating
nan and four-foot settl -r iron bottom. If
our miners would consult their own inter
ests they would all have one of these mills
They save as large a percentage as the hcav
icr mills, aud are very cheap.
New ExritKss Like. Wells,
Fargo
&
Co.'s Ageut, Mr. L. W. Uowell, who came in
on last Friday's stage from California, has
established an office in Prescott and has se
lected Mr. F. W. Hlakc as their agent for
this place. The tariff will, lor the present,
remain as heretofore, and the express matter
will be carried to and fro by the C. & A. Stage
Company. This office will be quite a con
venience to our merchants and others who
have quite a large amount of business to
transact through'this channol.
C. II. Hopkins, who has been prospecting
in the mountains east of Prescott for several
months in company with C. C. Ham, better
known as "Sandy," came in from Alexandra
on Saturday evening. In a conversation
with 3Ir. Hopkins he informed us that ho
hail found, recently, a mine which he named
Uic Lead Mine, containing lead, gold and
silvcf two a,Jd a half miles east of the Peck.
The lead traceable on top of the ground,
is wide and assa'v3 into the hundreds. Mr.
Hopkins speaks of the I'ecK and other
mines in the district in t most glowing
terms and thinks that Arizona lias another
Comstock.
OFFICE OF THE llOAUI) OF SITKKVISOKS, )
Of tiiu County ok Yavai-ai, a. T. '
Plt!COTT, Jtny 23, 1S77. S
SEALED I'KOPOSAI.S WILL HE RECEIVED
at tiiu ot!iccu)f the clerk of the Hoard of Supervisors, un
til 1- o'clock M., June 23, lr!77, fur tlie erection ot u Court
llouc uadJuil fur the county of Ynitpti. A T.. m ac
cordance with an Act of the Legislature, upproved Feb
ruary 9th, 1677, entitled "An Aut to provide tur the erec
tion of County nuilding In Ycvapai County." Xal.1
bHiluin; will contain eleven rooms ol tbe fullowiag di
niHotioua, viz :
rillST FI.OOK.
Kewirder's Office, lrtt by lillt. fln. by lift. n. high.
Treasurer-f " If iJ0xI4.t.
Dint. Atty-n " V0xU.0xH.6
Frub. Judge " x20xH.C.
Sberitr " 15x2l.GU.e.
Fire-p.oof Vault. 1x'J.7xI3
SECOND ri.ooit.
C-jflrt Koom, lft. by lUfu by Isft. Sin. Wgh.
jury itooui, Jtji;xit5
ISxlCxlPi!.
HASEMBNT.
Jailor's Koom. 17lt. by 1:1L -tin. by 10ft. high.
Furnace 1 13.3x.V.gslO.
Al5-i tf n iron cell". 5x7x7. and two sto&e colb, one
ICSxaO.xlO.-Jand ooe IS tlxyilO.--'.
The bntement tvall to be of ttone from twotofourfeetln
thtcknet).
.Sui-entructun-of rtrlck. ValN: lit Story 21 inchta
thick. Jd Story 17 Inches. Imide wnlls of wood, pliu-
tered, ti iticboa thick. All the material imc.1 to Lm of
the l-t quality. Koof to lie of tin : riwrinir tobeinatoh
el l.irtl5 i . iih'.h ! '1. r .1. ou-teen
door-i aud tlnrty-etght vrindoim. a per plant ami eciB:
cations. Ollice dooi 5 to lx 3 2x7.6 ; entranco doom to be
il.lj. All to be 1h aecordauco with plant and speoiilen.
tion drawn by Campbell .fc Furker, aud uonr on flic In
the ofllceof the clerKof the Hoard of Supervisor!.
The building fitall be, completed on or before the 22d
day of February 1S7S.
The llCKird reicrvca the risht to reject any and all Mdi.
Thetucestful bidder or bidden tliall pay fur tlilsaj.
vertitement.
Hid mmt be accompanied by a pttarantee, tinned bv
tiro retpinible guarantor, tli.it in raja the bid ia accept
ed the bidder will, within 10 day s alter acceptance of aid
bid. execute a contract lor the same with jrood nnd tutn
cientvuretle. in dnublfe the amount of the contract, to be
appro ed by the i'rotiitte Judo of nai I county.
All prices inuti be written us wvlln expread in fijr
nre. The placo of residence ami poMolliee addrctt of
bhldrr tltonld arxtnpany bids.
Fayment will lie made in IwrnU of taid county of Yav
apai, payable hfteen year Imm thu date of Uirir laauance,
ln-arinc iuteiest at the rate of ten per cent, per annum,
BlU'anuunlly on the ist day of Jamiarv of each year
(id Iwmis to lw in denotninattuns of S30. $1UJ ucd
and the contractor shall be entitled to the sum of 610.00)
on ctKnple'ion nnd nreep-ance of the foundation; 8), 000
on oompletton nndac -ptaace of the walls and roof, nnd
balaace of contract piieo on oom; lotloti aud acceptance of
the buildiigi.
Hy order of th noard of Supervisors.
WM. WILKEKSO.V.
mj-23ml Clerk
Notice.
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKKT. COMPRISING
Mien's, Youth's and Roys' Clotliiug, Ladies' and Gents' Underwear,
Roots, Shoes and Slippers, Men's and Roys' Hats,
Shirts, Neckties and Gloves, Hosiery and Handkerchiefs,
Rar, Damask, Russia and Crash Toweling, Calicoes, G inghiuus. Alpacas,
Poplins, Wool Plaids, Tweeds, Cassiuicre-s and Denims,
White, Colored and Opera Flannels, Ladies' and Misses' Shawls,
Cufis, Collars, Crochet, Embroidery Edging,
Vallenciennes Lace, Nottingham Lace,
Black Silk Fringes. Ect., Etc., Etc., Etc.
BI, yVlVI vH: T .S .A.iN0 MATTRESSES,
Cotton and Rustic Blinds, Tapestry and Velvet Mats,
Tapestry, Ingrain and 3-ply Carpels. Oil C!otls, "Wall Paper and Rorder,
JJox, Cylinder and J hcrmomcterlhurus, Jiockmg, Joining and Office Chairs,
5CU,
Children's Chairs, Bedroom
Fish Hooks and Line?,
Hoes Rakes, Wheelbarrows,
J ron and Lead Pipe,
Suction, Force and Lifting
Fenders, Etc., Etc.,
Pumps
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Picks. Shovels and Sledges,
Plane, Chisels, Axes,
Couplings, Elbows, Chains,
, Cooking and Parlor Stoves,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Sporting, Giant and Blasting Powder, Fuse, Caps,
Drill Steel, Paint Brushes, Wool Sacks and Twine,
Paiuts, Oils, Glass, Smalts, Rrousce, Turpentine, White Lend, Gold Leaf,
Crockery, Glassware and Lamps, Traveling Bags, Satchels, Trunks,
Bar Glasses, Bottles, Mirrors. Valises, Chandeliers, Etc., Etc
A VVUj ASSORTMENT OF
TliV, COPPER AIVD SHEET IRON" WORK
CONSTANTLY ON HAM) AND MADE TO OKDEH.
Staple and Pa ncy Groceries,
or THE Xr.WKST AND CHOIOLST DCSCRIPTIO.VS, COMIMtlSINQ
MERCHANTABLE
AND THE-
PRODUCTS
OF THE COUTItY.
gr" Prices at the Verde House the same as at Prescott, With addidat':
added.
PRESCOTT MEAT MARE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE PLAZA.
ViT. ARE NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH THE PEOPLE OK PRESCOTT AKD YICLSTfT!
Beer, P'orK, Mutton, Et
"WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, AT FAIR, LIVING PRICES.
Pre wott, Arlieoa. March S. 1ST7.
C. T. ROGERS 1 J
PJIESCOTT.
ARIZONA BREWERY
SuiipllcH the Public vrlth
Green, Black and English Breakfast Teas,
Mackerel, Salmon Bellies, Dried Beef,
Buckwheat Flour, Canned Fruit,
.Mushrooms, Cheese, Hams, Bacon,
Tobacco and Cigars, Wines.
Mocha, Java and Rio Cofiec,
Smoked Salmon, Boneless Codfish, .
Cracked Wheat, Hominy, Oatmeal,
Aldeu Dried Fruits and Vegetables.
Saddles, Ox "Whips, Blacksnakcs, Collars, Harness Soap and Eureka Dressing,
Saddle Mats and Cloths. Whip Lash-v, Bov. h, Poles, Burgy Shafts, Hubs,
Hobbles; Halters, Buckles, Snaps, Rings, Wagon Spokes, Felloes, Etc.
All of AVluch will be sold at Bedrock Prices, or
Products oi' tin' Coisniry.
Etc.
exchanged for the
EXCELLENT LAGER BE Ell,
WHOLESALE AND RLTAIL.
WIXES, LIQUOltS. CIGAltS
The Old Stuntl in avoH known.
JUL. N. HODKNIil'RO.
SAZERAC SALOON",
Fit EI). WILLI AIHSS Proprietor.
GURLEY STREET,
(One Door VTttt of Uaihfonl' Store.)
Supplin the with that which clieera, but rfocs
not IntoxICHtr. llcjt iuality of Cigar kept on band.
Sly Clcb-Rtwm Is to be the mot comfurbtble place
!tewB. CotneantlSee. PRED. WILLIAMS.
KEARNEY'S,
3Inntczuma Street, l'KKSCOTT, A. T.,
IS THK I'L.Cn TO OCT TUB US EST
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
TO HE HAH IM THK TOWX,
ENGLISH ALE AND PORTER
Always oa hand, JnntMf
CALIFORNIA AND ARI2
Staere Company.
EatablUhed, 15ft.
TJ. S. Mail and at
On and atttr the 10th of March, th I'T1 !"
rvill leare l'wscott every other day (tTts?
and odd days .n April and JlayJ, for
Wickenbui-g, Ehrcnburr, ft .
mis Southern Pacific Bail j
ami all points iu Califon
Connecting at WicVcnburj Trit5xocrlisff
j Phffiiiix, Florence and
With onmfortabte coaches and food stA
mode in the plcosantest posisible manitr.
Through tickets to
Colton, L03 Angelot , San rraEC
rnmontonnd San Jose,
Can b had by applying at any of the Ccap
n th Territory. rf
J. II. PiBiisON. J.VMES ST
Secretin-, Wickenbarjr.
J. II. SlIATOlt, Ageut, l'reicolt,
TIIOS. J. MORGAN.
T. C. DOUGHERTY.
MORGAN & DOUGHERTY,
Guilcy Street,
Prciicott, Arizona.
One Door EaBt
the Post office.
CAB56MET, "
Montezuma St. - - Prescott.
D. C. THOilNK.
CstHli 3?uil lbr Arjilntibto Spooituont).
WATCHMAKERS AND MAX UEACTUEING OlilTELEUS.
Atul Dealers In
, Watches, Us, Jewelry and Silverware,
All liluiN of Jewelry and Sllvorwnro iiimli; front nrvilrn j;oM mill illvir. Kiitrravinsr of
every tlecrlptlnn, Sertl ose, lUlttion Stumpi, TAc. All work "Warrantetl.
"Orders by Mnil will iw.iv.j I'romp'; and Caretui Attention. J1
COUTEZ STREET, SOUTHEAST C0XNE3 Or PLAZA,
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA.
General Blaelfsinifliiim. lTmvn.(ilinninr ru-eii
. vj . v . v.VOlLVlyillg.
EXECUTED IX A WORKMANLIKE MANNER AND AT SHOUT XOT1CE
Etc.,
To Jofaa Vozan and all other dTlvlntr title br deed or
location, in the mln known n (he "Overlook, situated .
InOweajdUtrtct. McOraiVIn Hill, Mohave County, A. T.: I He nl.vi has tho pleasure of nnnounolnff that Vie ha; a I'ATHXT TIRU SIIllIVKrir him. 1.
l ou tie hereby notified that if you do not a,.pear with- ' attention to all orders entrusted to his clmrirr, to merit n t Iwre or nubile rwtroaflire oy sinci
In nluely 0 day from tbisdute, and pay to C. CbriM-
opherson yuar roiKrtioB of the arsesnipnt as reUiretl ! o . , , , . .
oy iaw, iue mweniinieu will cuim anu wrtett your in-1 uiJCUlill AbbUUllUll llVOll LO U16 X rOT)fir TrnatmRIir. fit HOTancj' Vnat
DAf CC O O C" W !
MONTEZUMA STREET,
Next door to the Miner Oflke, Prcacott.
ffj GOOD LAGER BEER,
MataU Liquors and Ctgars,
Always on band anil for sale.
JOIIX UAIIILE. rropriesnr
C0LL1NGW00D & HAMEtt
CCALESS IX
avmmr. irr.T?f!TT4NB
FLOltnXCE, riXAI. CO.,A.t'
c
THE X I 1ST
BAR AIVD RILTIARJ) SAI.OOA",
Montczumn Street, Comer Gurley,
Is the largest ami Rest Saloon
IX XORTtlSASTERy AMZOXA.
J. C. CRANE. Proprietor.
trrt in Mid lode, according to thr miolntr liir of the
district. c. CIIKISI OI'UERSON,
llardrrille, A. T. April 6th. 1ST!. ap6.3nj.
Tor want of a nail, the shoe wmlost;
wm OTcrtukea by the enemy und slain.
or went of th liioo, the horse irst lott, and for want o
the horse, th rids
mara.rrtf
PIONEER NEWS DEPOT
EstablUhid 16T0, by
.1. S. IN I ATS:Kjr. Hi O , of TUCSOX,
H1ULKU IX
NEWSPAPERS, AND MAGAZINES,
SCHOOL JiOOKS,
STATIONERY CUTLERT. CIGARS AKD TOBACCO ETC
Orders fjr Bo '"r. aii Papers pMrftptJr stteadfd to.
.Hicy forthe Abizosa JUNt.t.
Desire to Inform the public thrones ,l B2
MlXEt, thit their estenslve store ad
always ulle.' with full lines of sach cocdi u
In the Territory, and their ample
and receiving ods. enable them to
for less money, than any other firm laS
iwna. j
In addition to regular store articl!, they1
B ARLB-5T, CO
1 XOUK, ETC.
Wn will be pleased to receive calls fr
of Northern Arixona.Xew Mexico and CsJT
Tilt orass Tucn. 1
RUPTU!
Use no xaereSr
inn from Irsa 8
Snrlnps! Tho Talent MsSl-eP
w. i with case acd rozafort."?
u:d .lt iH-rfonn radical caf
f ii. T fi. cr. Jfv.it are reptnrwi.
:.ifrtrialloi;Ufctlc.rplf3Cr-
li rl : -iratraotilsranav-
f - 1 -..,,,,1., sln-l't. hai
?tecl
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Of ."I !
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EGtray Notice.
Piwml with the herd of the noders"--1
Headfineen roller north of Cain p '"Si
n.Tmbr 11 liTitl two steer, ei?M yf!?fVLiii
blt bl,.IIV the owner t wuuestfd tOC".
ami white, the other a red brlndle.
lett hip JP, theowneri reijuestfi
pay etiargrs und take thm uway,
Prett, 31ay II, ISTT
WOOD
Taken Up.
riiiiSfir1,
...l'
artti of town, two brown horses J)
hor.e wen taken up bv the undcrslfBOi j
riinch lenel. oa Sutiinlay the CCth t.
-.( tl to prov? priH!rty. iny ,',0-',rJT'. w
Pr- H'utt ArUoaa. 3Ij Ji,

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