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Wh js$ Minn. Fit I DAY, JIM: 2i, IS77. Oxtlelrtl Papor of Yavapai Count v. C. IT. Crane, l? lttomrry ttrrt. Sen 'mneiicc. it tvi Aft ntfrtt .i; v MiLii k Uet ciry. lit tt cutherittJ Ct nli ct Monsyf rffcf (tit f jfai.'ii.'iintn;. ttit crdtrs J"r adrti usiiy ami citir.d to tiny ttier ttiiwii cVroIriHj ifiw Aim ax fJU rrf rfttniufitr r UUSVKT YIKLU. The amount of ;raui raised on the Sau Isidro raach in Yuni:i county, this year, which is owned by J. M. U.'dondn, will be snmc 503,030 pounds of barley and :55O,O30 ot wbett will be sacked. Tins grain, beside 503 tons of grain hay, large crops of alfalfa. sujar cane and vegetables is the product of lcs than 000 seres of "desert." Yuma cmuty has thous mils upon thous ands of acres just such lxnd as the above. All that is required is a little back bone and energy. A f-w years since we were in Yuma and heard many of the noble sous trim till th; ground in the shade of some pleasant retreat express themselves as satis fied that ll.-d nd. wouul twvjr make a suc cess in fanning, hi didn't know how, etc. The fact i evUt nt!y clear to us that Mr. Re do.ido did n t consult bummers and sirh, but done th Krk and the result is good. VI 1.1. IN. The following complimentary notice is copied from ths SStli rhaptcrof King JohnV volume YII. printed at Tucson in lJsTT, of tits sixth month : "Prcscott is blowinrabout having the cap ital, and the mouthpiece of the few villains who secured it by a bass and very well known fraud so far legally protected, gel 'riled" up when the matter i- rcfeired to When a thief, or fraud, or perjurer, or scoun drcl of any degree, reads references to his crime, especially if by lameness in the law, he has csraped punishment, he is mad at all who stir it up. The successful scoundrel? pride is hurt to have his baseness publicly mentioned, a it damages his chances for fu ture successful crimes. The few Prescott rogues are vexed, without doubt, but they canuol blot out what they have done by in spiring and putting forth malicious and per sistent libels." And may God almighty have pity on the poor creature who pinned the above in his desolate, forlorn and lost state. Amen. YOUTH AND IIRASS. Bashi Bazouk Gum, the talented youth, is out in a four column letter in the dishwater paper published by the Surveyor General, at Tucson, telling the readers of said truthful sheet that lie (Clum) is the great "I am," a general of great worth, in his own eesti raatioa, that he has accomplished the peace that now predominates throughout the Ter ritory. To Crook end Iviutz docs not bc leng the credit of mbjugating the Apache, but to the illustrious 21 year old boy is due the whole excellent result. He has resigned his $I,SQ0 per annum office. We expect soon to hear that he has had his head bun ded with iron hoops as a preventive to explosion. Where such an extraordinary amount uf combined talents exist, mostly composed of g.i, tiipre is danger of explo sion 3nd death. We can't spare the youth xith his wonderful knowledge; a man that can magnify a 300 pound steer so that he will weigh 800 pom ds, or transmogrify shorts into fine flour: contro' 3.000 Indians; Command the army in Arizona; write long winded letters (without sense) for a gallant editor, vho is a rjod wrt:pend thousands of dollats from a salary of $1,800: and do mir acles of great wencVr; we can't afford to loose him; band his head by all means; save him for the good he ha (never) done. MINING M:VS. The latest advieis from Mojavc county are of the most flattering nature. The Me Crackin Company have thousands upon thousands of tors of ore upon their dump. The Greenwood mill is pounding away upon ore from this mammoth mine, and the result is that the Company are shipping $30,000 par month. They have contracted for the erection of a new OC-stamp mill to be pu! up on tne Sandy, the lumber, one hundred .nnd thirty-seven thousand feet, has just been purchased in this town and an ar rangement is beins: inatU lor freighting the .same, to the Sandy. Tiic I.eet Company ;arc also owners on this celebrated bonanza, ;nd have a u;.-;v ten stamp mill well nigh "uuto cnmpletiop. and s snon as the valua ble improvements are co leluded a new im yc.tus will reiso in the vicinity of the Mc Crackin countiy. The Miacn.1 Park people are a'so pros pectjtig and tieninir the many valuable nines that exist in the immediate vicinity of this healthy, grow ing town, inhabited by an industrious, thriving people left almost out of the world o:i account of the inisctly -iTtisl! f-ioiittie, furnished. ! Then the HaefcWrrv mine and mills are doini: a g"d work." The shipment from .u r.. f a nature tlmt niovrt, the mineial Cf,j)acjties of the loiie to be of a superior Character , . In Yavap wc have the B.aclc arrior, Priuce, Kit Ca;on, Tip-Top, Swilling r.nd xnanvle-ds that pnaluung ore of an incredulous hi-h u'au- ,nHch ul' " h,ch being shipped "to San l?Vncisco for treat . . . . . . . . -i ment The P. Peck is working awav as usi,.al Pr. about $40,Oi)J p;r month w.Vlch H,,J duein"- Hiinnt S4 1.1111.1 m o . i 1 - . . 1 ?nrr.-a A tn -it ton.. mm Iiiimlr:i anu forty thousand per month so soon as thei." ecw mill :s erected, now within 23 miles of the mine. The Zalida and Miriam lodes owned by Ir. Day, Jay G. Kelly, A. 0. Noycs and Hon. Thomas Fitch are attracting much at tention from the mining men, some of whom "visited the mines vest er Jay with a view of making an examination for the purpose of purchaiing the same. Ia Turkey Creek the Goodwin mine is producing excellent high grade ore and the lead shows a face of ore ten feet wide. Other mines in that district show cuuallr good with the Goodwin. In Bradshaw Luke's mill is readv to run ore in: untold quantities are convenient to this mill and the whistlo will soon greet the ear of the miner and the echo will swing out on the breeze and rcvibratc back ocr moun tain, ravine and through the tall and stately "pines that grace the iradshaw Basin. From the Black Hills, north of Prescctt 30 miles, miners report very rich silver and gold ores, and many hardy prospectors are tearing tlio tops from the virions quart?, croppings that exist throughout the whole of that section. 3Ianv new locations have been made since last week and we Jearu that sonic arc con sidered valuable. Thv following compro mise a portion of thoe discovered: In Iinsayatupa district, the Pensacola. Tr J. II. Sh'afer; the Old Chief, bv G. C. TVaddcll and 1. M. Humes; the Plug Ugly, hy II. W. Fiske and J. II. Davis; and the Uirthday, by Byron Fi-ke. In Humbug district, the Pan Carlos and the .Lode, by IS. Godfrey. G. S. Dcnuit, II. A. lUgelow and A. .1. McPhee. In Goodwin district, the Kminn, bv John Gilbert at;d Chav H. Keys, Jr. In Pine Grove district) the War Eagle, by J. W. lwg. In Turkey Crwk district, the Ziou, bv II. II. KethrtH xml.t.i; Kethroe. Wk"fU:ri.t. the What Cheer, bv " Iv "!jbOL.atd Jot... ' TAKING niAXllN UN MISUS. The mines of the Pacific coast have been haudied more thoroughly, txriiaps, through the agency of th- press, than atiy or all others in the world, and in many cases very much estimated beyond their real value and worth. People who know but little about mines read the glowing accounts published in the papers, of the fortunes awaiting those who are willing to risk a few hundred dol lars in the stocks. .Many grasp at what they imagine to be the golden opportunity of becoming wealthy, and after a little time find that they have been duped, and that the imagined gloric of wealth have vanished and disappointment and poverty has taken its place. It is true, nevertheless, that for tunes have been made by very many, still, those who lose are ten to otic. It should not be the ensc. Persons who know noth ing about mines and mining should satisfy themselves that when thev tnvest. that there is a foundation upon w hich to' make that inv.wf,..nf mm r. ;n.r -..r f-.. never leaps wi dly, but goes into the pur V t 4141 III chase cool and collected, examines th soil in all its tihaes, its advantages and disad vantages. mihI as a general thing there U but little swindling or disappointment follow ing. Such sheiiUl Ik the aim in purcha sim; mines. C .miparatively little has been said about the mines f Arizona by the outside press until within tkc last year: Diiw. however, since financial tutu has visited nearly every person who invested in wild-cat aud over valued sb'ck ia Nevada ami Cali fornia mine-, the attention of miiiiag men and capitalists is beamiing rivitcil on Ari z na atd her sure, safe and lasting bonanzas. Wchae pr gn-Sscu tor adecad'.-steadily, our mines have proved to be permanent, h eated as they are in the heart of all other mining count! ic, north, east, south and west, the most skeptical, after an inspection, admit that here in Arizona, the p dinted land of the heretofore dreaded loe, the Ajwche, ex ist the richest and best fields for investment know n to the world. Not only capitalists fiom the Pacific coast and the Eastern States, but from across the Ocean, in England. France and Germany, are the monied men seeking investments in our Territory. Ma chinery has commenced to come in, aud work will be inaugurated soon on a scale that will not only be flattering, but the re sults will be such that will astunish the world. Pima county, on the south, with h r mines containing the brilliant ores resem bling those extracted from the famous silver mines of Sonora, has already a reputation established, on facts, which will vie with that of Mexico. Pinal, with her King, con taining wealth sullicient, of itself, to" build a trans-Continental railroad from Alaska to tl e bubbling waters of the Mississippi loomin; ui), mui up, nnd a lare immi"tation of wortoy minersand capitalists areseeking homes in the pleasant retreats ot its tow ering mountains which are filled with a mass of quartz lodes bound together with chains f gald aud silver. Farther north in the balmy Sierras of the pine and cedar, beyond the lino of the blooming cactus, are "scores of mines, lying dormant, mocking the indo lent, awaiting the advent of the enterpri sing and energetic pioneer 'o rescue from the hidden beds of earth the millions upon millions that reason teaches us to believe herein exist. Along the arid borders of the Great Colorado of the West is to be found the McCrackin mine with its millions in sight, and the ingenuity of man is just now conceiving means whereby the precious mttal may be separated from the base ma terial, and which will help swell the collars of its owners to overflow ing. T. king every thing into consideration, we cannot con ceive any cause why Arizona shall r.ot, in a very short time, become the grand centre for those w ho arc seeking a place to make sure and lucrative investments. A CITV IN . Ho! t The Fire In sl. J.din, ..-v rSrumwiclc! fire Hundred Acres IWrntd ever Fiftnn Thuvaimi I'eojAe ILme.ts xy Ln. Loss, Tuenty MJU-nt InsuraitcrFiee MU lion: A i Appsal fir AhI Chicago starts and otlur ci'tet Mote. Boston. June 21. The following is a de tailed account of the property destroyed, and the territory burned over: Prince Wil lixni street runs from Market Square to Reed's Point, and the fire seems to have gone thither. It was entirely occupied as a bu siness street, and was the location of the heaviest business trades in the city; in fact of almost every class of business. Many of the buildings were very tiae ones, having been built within a comparatively short time, as this street has been the locality w hich most of the serious tires which have visited the city in years ist have devasta ted. On it were sveial elegant new stone buildings, occupied as insurance otiices, and many of the old buildings were of solid granite, and very substantial. The tire must have worked from this point to one of thel streets jiaiallel with King street, sweeping all before it to G.-nn iin street. Between Prince Wi.liam and Germain sUct were i qune a number of narrow streets and courts. j crowded with wooden building-, many ot j Mem very old, and necupitd almost wholely for business. In this fqunre were several . newsuaner olliccs. Hsaching Gei main street on the side toward Priuce William, the li.-c strikes a good number of small store.". Here, also, was the bct hotel in the citv,' the Yictoria, said to have been consumed, j It was the best hotel, perhaps, cast of Bos ton. On Germain sTeet was the oldejt Episcopal thurch in the city, and the old grammar school building, both of which arc probably buracd. The dispatches do not say how V-r down Germain sticet the fire went. If it reached Queen's Square, it consumed the finest residences iu tuc city. HISTOUT OK THE FIKE. ;T jon;- N. B., June 21. Yesterday was the most calami;:' dy cw known in the annals of St. John. tlng 0011 d have come more suddenly than :.' fire which de stroyed so inauv valuable lives', tfisted pro perty by millions, arrested many and varied forms of industry, ami spread not only deso lation, but tenor and consternation around The loss on hotels, churches, school house, banks, etc., was made a thousand times more painful by the lamentable destruction of life accompanying it. The fire was dis covered in a building on the south of York Point Slip, next ton boiler shop. To the latter building the flames had spread before the firemen had reached the scene. The en gines did their best to stop the names, but all was in vuiu The flames then spread to i Hare s wiiari, which was quickly consunieu, ; u . . . . ... --...!.. anil the tire uroKc out wun a roar into sumo i s'rect; from there the flames sprad into D urv lane and 31 ill street, following the latter into Dock street, takiug both sides. Rrfore this, however, the rear of the Lon don House and adjacent buildings hud been attacked. FuIIt live hundred acres of the ; city is sanl to have neon uesinju-u uu fifteen thousand souls left homeless and without food or clotjies, while sixty per.-ons are known to have perished. Contributions have been started in all th? prineip d cities and towns throughout the Dominion and the United States for the relief of the suf, fcrcrs. The iin-urnncc companies are going forward and express their readiness to pay the losses, and intact ex cry thing is being done that is in the power of the people everywhere to alleviate the suffering multi tude. ti... T.,i mt. ,; ii. vncur i all of OreanwofKl, iu Molmw comity, got I l ,111111 uonvi. v.i.i.n i.unv uiiu twv. i into a roiv tvetr h gam of cards n tew days j v . " . . t. sine nt Uutt pluce. oiuwr J5er or j ItT.!" -'i..: F.-.r in tli- te ;.i'rc;jof.', r UT.Ucw .trcvoheriuMl kille.1 ixAh th IDAHO IMH.VX H.K. The latv fearful Iudian war in Idaho, is said to have arisen from a horse trade with a settler at Camas Prairie, wherein the Indians claims to have been swindled, etc., whi e other rrparts attribute tlie upriking to the factth.t a portion of the reservation claimed by the Net Perce had been old: another ac count claims the uprising to have arisen fnw the fact that three of their number were re cently murdered, but we consider it th? re sult of a general cussedness of the ludiaos. General Howard is censured severely by the inhal itatits, and it is not at all unlikely that General Crook w ill be ordered to take com mand of the Idaho army nnd snb-!ue the red-hot devils. Our reports are to the S-Uh of June. Willimno, who brorght letters to Lewi ton, says he was n scout in the fight, and that the engagement t k place at tu foot of White hud can von instead of the head. j Lv the Hrst fi lh ias and soldier i broke muks and retreated. Hie officer 'it could not m!1v them or make them face the ! sa l.n3 Pr.wl them alout sixteen mile?, tiring uion them constantly He states that the Indians had better gun than the troops, and their aim was deadly. From the firt attack there were about lt5 In linus in pursuit. The trMps were well mojiitcd. After the fight the Indians held a grand war dance. We have bef.re us General Howard's di patch to Colonel Wood, dated June ISth, 11 a. in., giving the numler of Colonel Perry's command who had Iicon killed. The num ber of killed and wounded is twvuty-evrn, including Captiin Theller. A letter from Father Cata'd -.a Catholic priet, reports the Indians on Hangman s creek quiet at pres ent, nlthougli nnny Nez Perec and l'almiso are there. Great ahum is felt at Boise and Bake City. Volunteer are being called for and every pos-ible premralioii is being made to meet the exigeucy of the ccnsi. n. There is a irrcat luck of arms, and the avail able force of the regular army is practically nothing. Lieutenant Thellcr, of the 21st U. S. In fantry, who was killed in the recent Indian fight," was u brother to Samuel Thellcr the well-known capitalist of San Fnincisco. He had seen much Indian service in Arizona and during the Modoc war. He was about thirty-seven yer.rs old. Col. Perry also ia command of the force engaged is also an ac complished Indian fighter. ComjMny I., of thlSthU. S. Infantry left San Francisco cn the ISth for Camp McDermot, Nevada, to take place of the cavalry company ordered thence to the front. The steamer Alaska, from Lcwistou, Ida ho Territory, has just arrived and brings the following Indian news: I he Indians, em hracing Jo.-eph's latml aud Salm-.n river In- din, were assembled on Cau as prairie, making demonstrations of hostilities. On Friday morning news came that Harry Ott and tfttcc other men hsd been killed on Sal mon river, near the mouth of the White Bird. The settlers on Camas prune had be c nie so much alauncd that they wero tith criug toward Mount Idaho, and asked for troops to come n their relief, but no tnops wer- ordered upon their ri quest. About five o'clock r. t. Friday, an Indian messen ger came through to the agency with a letter to the effect that the Indians had made an TWnMTY-NIXE WHITES II D BEEN KILLED. And t aat the whites had killed While Bird, chief of th ; band, ami his family. Lewis ton bus an organiz'tion of CJ men. pirtly fitted for home duty in cne of an emergen ce. Two companies of inf uitrv nre e.xiurt- cd here on the steamer from Walluia to niTlif nnii ?.i rn-:i rvmnn from Va In W.ttl.i j.-? - to-morrow, rive hundred Indians are on Han Lilian Creek, but there are no hostile? there yet. A IJATTLI. THE TUOOrS SlTtROCNDED. The troops, with 15) men fioni Mount Id:0io, rncounteretl the Indians at the head of White Bird canyon. The troops dis mounted and left a few scldiers aud twenty friendly Indians toh ld the hor.cs. Theln diaus opened lire on the troop, and the fighting was continued for s-inie time. The friendlv Indians became alarmed, and the soldiers guardi: g the horses ,could see that j the Indians were getting the best of the tii;ht. and that the soldiers were retreating. The Captain of the citizens, Sjrgea.it Lytle an I one soldier were known to be killed. The whole hor.-c guard, Indian and whites, broke nnd ran. some for Mount Idaho and some for Lapwai, leaving the horses to run loose over the prairie. Those coming to Lapwai never studied till they reached the post. .Many houses on the prairie have been burned. Another soldier who reached the garrison at eight o'clock on the inorninj of the IS.h from tli ti jht, rep.irted that the troips were 0:1 foot and surrounded by In dians in the c inyon. and in a hand-to-hand tight Colonel Perry and about ONE-HALF OY TIIK C IMMANO AltB SAID TO ll.VVK BKBN KILLED, And the remainder surrounded and fighting against odds when the soldier left. The In dians engaged in the tight are non-treaty Nez Perces. They, together with other dis Mitisfied tribes, number 2,000 elfective war riors. Thee is a general uprising of the savages, and the whole country is wild with alarm. The Indians are m is.ing 11111, wo men and children in the Camas prairie, ami the settlers are fleeing in all directions for st'fety. General Howard is now at Lewis- town, but is powerless, owing to the inade quatc military forces. Troops have been ordered from a number of posts in the de partment, and will soon be on the wav to the scene. General McDow ell, command ing the Division of ths Pacific, has been telegraphed to and speedy ns-istaucc de manded. Further and sanguinary details are expected here. Governor Chadwick has also been applied to for arms, etc. It AT I IK it chi:i:ky. The juvenile Clum, in his anxiety to set Into a newspaper controversy with "the De pnrtnient Commtunier, uses the Gt'iieral's otlicial couiinunic:ition.s to the War Dcpait tnent, which by courtesy huc boon referred to the Department of the Interior, copies of which have been transmitted to Clum lor his information or explanation, and viola ting all rules of olKeiiil correspondence, publishes them in his nrcptn, t'ie Citizen, and then proceeds to Hiiswer ilu-m in the same veritable sheet. The last Citizen con tains a four column reply to the General's letter transmitting Major Uravton s report of his scout in January last." This reply will nuzzle the- ablest schoulmitster w ith its fl-'tires. It K however, valuable to us, for is ciirccuy in suppon or qv.r statements . . . i . .r i .. 1? i. , thill inrfje uumoeis m liiuians ij-ive Deen and arc still absent Irom tho S.u Carlos Reservation, anil uoutradicta Clutn's own statements, made through his organ, that no Indians were absent. It is refreshing to note the coolnoss with which Clum appro priates to himself wht the Indian scouts hate doae under the directions of th mili tary. Wo should not he surprised if the troops would be all ordered out of tho Ter ritory and the protec'Iou of the. inhabitants turned over iuto the hands of this Napoleon juvenile. A. Times Washington special, of June 1(1, says: The report that the President and Sherman had a vonionsttpc hist night on the silver qnestion, and that there "are sonic differences between them on this question, is unfounded. There has been no special conference between the t'rcsulcut anil bscre- tiirv with reference to this uuestton. Tlmf . - , restiletit is iltsposed to reiru ivim mvnri tlie reiiioniuzuuoii ot silver, Hut .as ot ho t.i .....- ... . -r: ius "i iwuhw hul-uuiiooohcsusioii. Iluisly.nno :uuuns; i.u- .i.t-suoo wiir. .iv, umi avail- i -1 hiwatU of every ort unity to iufor 'UunH - lfUBOtiit. su.vi it king mini:. This wonderful mine, bituated in Pinal county, isjnst now clearing an excitement unequaled by any mine in our Territory, ex cept, perhaps the Peck in Yavapai. We copy the f llowing from tlie Yumu Sentinel which will lie read with interest by those who feel an interna in mine, money and t le general welfare of our Territory : Tills mine has lieen kJilpplnjf thirty tons per month of selected ore with great rejru laritr for about a year. Nothing f shliptl tint "goes le than $1,000 Jer too, all h.-Io that valne lieing sb-ml away on dump. Ac tual receipts from the sales of ores in San rrnic havo a vet aged $1,100 per tn, a few (.elected lot going as high as from $I-V 000 to $JO.0O.' er tm. The lat lot of ten tons sold f.w jier cent u in ay v'W. There Is now ei route a selected lot of 1,00) pounds of a black, malleable chhrkle tomi this mine, which is expected to ell at the rate of $3 r Himl; also twelve ton of onlianry :?,U00 e. An inclie h been sunk on tlie ledge following the fo.!wll for about 250 feet, and in ore all the way down. 'Itie last reported say from the iMittom of tbu Incline wa $$2f. Since the mine parsed inti the liaaoS of Barwy mI Hragan no stopping ha- been doue, hat ore taken from ths ojiening, ami Mow their stand utl 'hipping axy of $1,000 prr to . hare areumulatcd on the dump to uch an extent m to rentier it neceaaary to make more loom by some disposition of them. A an experiment, a o-tamp mill, with power lor more stamps lias ieen t. up, ami will lx sturtwl uji on the 53th of thi month. The whole will be run through the mtll.pu! rerized, and then pause! on to a Fru? am centra tor. The cincentmt.ors will then be sacketl awl shiped for sale in San Francu co. Experience has sliowu that the richer ores from thU mine sell to Hiielting work in Califomin for a higher figure than rould 1m realizel bv milling them on the spot. Tw want of liae metal for fluxes and ear citv of charcoal material in the immediate vicinity make smelting works near the mine out of "the question for the preent. Tlie last pieces of the concentrating ma chinery is due on the ground on the 23d, and as'all is in leodiaoss for it, it will be at work by the time the mill has pulp enough to start up on. Clum wants the soldier j withdrawn from the Territory, and proposes to do the work of the whole army with two companies of Indian scouts. The following is the bog' gar's telegram : Tucson. Juue 9. To the Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Washington, I). C: If your DfMUtmest will increase my salary sulll ciently and equip two companies of Indian l"' for will volunteer to take care of all Apaches iu Arizoua, and the trxj can be removed. Clum, Agent. What Clum would not do for the purpose of ousting Gen. Kautz is not worth men tioning. The brass and impudence of this young bombast is perfectly ridiculous. What docs the guarantee of Clum amount to? Were the Indians to break out and steal all the stock in Arizona, the suff.Trrs would be unable to collect the price of a rc-back burro from Clum. He has made money and has been sninrt euough to send it out of Arizona. How would he be re sponsible? Asent John P. Clum luw very properly in-' sisteil by t-Iegraph to aslnnvton. on the naming of his successor to receive the g iermnt'iit trooertv timler liis charw. 4vinl that undt-a no circumstances would he "sub- ... .- . i i ... nn in-icviiiii "u ins reserve iv oiner th 111 civil otlic.-rs. No m in with it manly or hone-t impulse in him could do other wise. Tuc.-o:i Citizen, CUd. We never expected Clum would submit to have an otlicer of the army inspect and oversee his deeds of injustice to the Indians. Were he an honest and faithful servant of the gorc.-nmeni he would snr, "come and see." The truth is Mr. Bashi-Uazottk is afraid 1 1 have his r.tlieial nctsscrutinizrd bv ! such men as Lieut. Abbott. UUITOItlAL, XOTHS- Valuable public lands arc ordered to be sold iu the State of Arkansas. Henry Ward Bjccher has had an interview with the President. Pinney still figures promiscuously iu the San Francisco courts. The Chronicle indictment, mw nf Plnrnr. ville, was about concluded nt last accounts. lniny inniisitntl pounds ol galena ore j from the Castle Dome mine-, in Yuma coun ty, has been shipped to San Francisco. Fifteen-two. in the game of criblmjr. wrs a short h ind expression of Hnderic "n.inr'm who d:e.l in the year 1502, and was a crib bagc ixj cf. Wo-d is steadily on ths rise. Southern California is quoted at about 21c. The ar ticle is much inferior to the Arizona fleece, which ought to realize !10c. A S in Fra-icisco paper savs : '-The recent lectures of Col. Bob Ingersoll iu Sacranuir . have hud the effect to set a good many per sons to reading the Uible." The little differences that exists between parties in San Francisco and the Peck Com pany wc learn has been arranged, acd the Peck mill belongs to the Peck Com pain. Kev. John S. C. Abbot, the notable, his torian, died at New Haven on Juue 17th, and ex-Senator D. D. Pratt died of heart- disease at Logansport, Indiaiia, the same day. General Ord, commanding in Texas, re cently captured a number of Mexican sol diers who had crossed the lines into the I United States, has been ordered to hold them lor the present. Latest accounts from the seat of the In dian war in Idaho give us the news of the certain killing of 20 white men, and the probabilities are that many others, ere this have fallen victims to the cruel wretches under Joseph's command. On the 2nd of July, 200 new money order offices will be established throughout tie several States, seventeen t.f which will be in New York State. About 100 additional offices will be made money order oflices on the first of October next. Another large shipment aggregating several thousand dollars, has just been made from me ccicoratetl .McCrackin mine in Mohave county, to San Francisco, and from this Place the yield of bullion and shipments have been of a very llnttcrinir nature. v O - Agent J. P. Clum has, during his admin istration of tho Indian uMr. killed various old sip.aws and burned up several thousand dollars worth of valuable property, and "he is h irdly 21 year.- old yet." Wha't won't he do it lie lives to be 10.' He Mill undoubt become a l)o)-l)cr General. Th public debt statetnont from the Treas ury Department shows a reduction of sVJ, l)8."5,73i during the month of May, and -002,002 02 . since June SJO, 1S7G. The appar ent large reduction of the .lebt during Max is partly explained by the fact that large sums are due to the navy and for necessiirv cxju'iiscs of other departments, but fo'r which there i ipMippropriution. ausircatin" po.-haps $2,000,000. c c cn- 'inning Iius rccuntly shinned into AnzoiiH, over the Southern Pacific ntilmiit 1mm - i vipep, amt inst nntv l-'ht in tiuosit. w.. ,fc,. .ji'i . Uri u i-.Uj the estn. 'to,; ,!urc,, ICI :u iiotlioii ei' 4 nni . Wai ...uu.o,,.. j Nnw York. June 30 Wk1 is inlietterl demrnid. Bee iMs of Spring Cal.fornia are j teadilv taken m arrival. P.iresare stf.mg j and tend onward. Fall i ouiet ami firm. S ilea of 40,000 p .undi Spring at 21. Dostox, June 80. There is little change in the w ol market. The aw rtment U quite smalt. A god upply of Spriuu i offering, and meel with gd demand at Sfchaiifl. Iliere are no wahil Ohio, I Van iylvnaia r Wefttetn fleeces in the market of cooa -qurnre, and ttnwahe U selling at S5(St3J. Tesaa oi i in gxl d.mamt at S3ftS3. Uoa-hrd combing and delaine te wiling at U40. Eastkbx W.m Nitws. Apparently but little change baa taken place in the iffdr of the ran leading Annie sino our U$t week V lae. Hie ltu-aUn have rroel ma of their forre over the Daunt, and s tone alinqi battle have taken place; still the armie maintain aexrlt the time !i liw, with an advantage gained by the Hu tan, lltigtand, fctill with J?aloos ere on ltuabia. rontirnea t store her truos nImiui ami place them ia available pnoidoa. Four teen Ihooaand hare rreeotly been plaeed in poiUon to protect, sliovlU neei! be, the : Suet Canal. Wnr IVhst. in the fradiMting clas of West Point, for 1ST 7. who reeeircd their diploma on tiw Nth tne , we notice the name of Wm. Mark of Peons-rlv-Mia, . No, I. K'lhert il. Stevens arphew of IhU A. f our town, ami brother to Mr. Maxcy and Ida S rxen. ato rekleu of wtr village. tood S7. BeH I. ttttler, on f Gen. Hut lr, grxluated M. J"ln Bigelow. Jr. a of the S-cc tare nf the State f New York. ram out No. -if; and Henry O. Flipper, tlie Hrtt Cn'orrd cdet that ewr grauuatcu at Wet loint, stood No. 50. Quicksilver ia only worth cents rrr pmndioSan Prantitca, acd the markt is quoted a le:ng null. rr ELEG IX a. r IX 10. SPECIAL TO TILE MINER. Conooqa), N. H.. June C7. In the llouso, ywsienlay, Sinclair, (dem.), Intiod'iced a rosoluiiou KHing unoiinlirted approval of the aett the national admuiitratkm. l'e-tth. June 27. In the l wer houso of the Hungarian Ulet jertlav t'outit Appoue and Herr Katalv nrgeo !heneeefitvof itniln Ininnif the iotozrity of Turkey, lterr'll&ui, the Premier, naid that the lntt Cabinet Conn eil had Ueeldrl against tlie oeetipniioii of foreign torrttory or mobilization, but Au-'Jro-llunKiiry would imh altow noi-rhboring tor Ury ti betaken bv (orris; h xiwep. Ixindon. June 27 Uea. tJran'. and wife, aeeomrwoieil by Min;ler Pierrepont, wore received by the Queen at U'uulor Castle to day. Yreka, Cal., June 27. It began raining heie about daylight nnd continued steadily until A p. 111. It w ill benefit grain an-1 timo thv, hut will Injure alfalfa. Hat Creek, W yomttig. Juno 27. The ooaoh from UeadwofKl" wasMopjOil lut night by llvo iitnske 1 men, who robbed the posfon Kor. of ?JO.O00. ami blew opoti the treasury Ixix and earned tf the contents. This Is the second robbery this week. Friday's Dispatches. San Francisc"1, Juno 25. Mining slocks in the .Stock Idatrd elwcd as follows: Aloha 12 Valley : My.. 22'( Jackson U 76 Ifcduioiu.... . 1!i I Veh 1 I Leonard 20 7 25 1 10 1 00 2 25 1 00 &5 HJ 00 20 I tele tier. Itet A- Boleher.. uIIkir lttilliott K1,!?,0,,iil UHWirilHI Coiisolkla ed Yn...3l U'unthcr Crown Point. -I ,M;lk- KnreknCon 10 iHuev Gould A Curry .. .H,-$;Pri'... 18 00 Iuierial Con.. ...1 l.'il.Modoo 2 40 1 23 1 SO 2 75 10 .lu-.iKe. Ciiolliir Lovinthmi Mexican Mniiliattnn Northern Hollo. .. f! Clwrwrt ...SI N foso .. TS JuIki ... ..11 Itiiliiiiioro .. TKpi lUll 2 73 2f 40 7A ir ;o 7ft 1 10 t 7o 10', iu ltsilHl. Opliii l'VNev York.. M'Iraee: ft .Moniiinon;:il... ftiP-vion U jW'nwl 12ljTrj.in UiMnfo ,V N Oveminit Sierra Nevada. Union Con Utah... Yollow Jaekot. .Sn vnj;o Moiiuiueiit.il... Id Noivrov ft j Krzerouui, .Juno 2. Kuinns wore eio-is-ini: the I)aiiiile last niiiht nenrJSNtora, nsslst od by inlands be. ween the hanks, 'lorriblo lljrhtin N L'oinj; on, the Turks doin thoir uttnoM to iv-M the enemy. ISuehnre-u. June is. tffniul DukcNicholns at the head of tlio eighth urniv corp. erosel mi; imihito uwir .-eiii-i um vetorunv. ilriv i"-'t!,c rVrks f,.ol,, 'eir imsiilon. The troops eontiivuel erovsm- nil day yeMerdav. The engngomeni w ith thoTurk is still proceod- oik. .k-oin)iis lias ueen uurneit liv bom bardiucnt. St. Petorsbunr, Juno 2.s.-Otncial telegram from Ctttienil Tenrtikassotr roooriN tu-.it .m. Juno 2lst his column un attacked near Dijon by twenty Ui:tallions of Turks. tulv .rc and -I.AO0 horsea ami after ten hours, tiuhtiin; tho 'lurks weio repuNod. Russian loss is heavy i:, orueurs and 500 sold.ers killed and .Mount Idaho, June 2.. Iite-t intelligence a' lua Iquurters from the Indmns is that Jo soph and his followers am ct camped near jiioouo mer. :u me mouth ot Yvhito Ilird -r vk. alout six nulos fr .m the scene of tho 1 i:o light, and are said to iiutubor from i)'J to 10 warriors. Accounts ditler grcutlviiH to the r niuiibor. Hunegudes from d'ifteroiit b inds have joined Joseph on Salmon river Lieutenant Trimble, with his company aud a volunteer detachment, will to-night ba at hta o creek where about tiftv citizens havo fortiheil I themselves and held 'the place. Wen. Howard intends to reconnoitre and hold Jo seph in check till tho balance of tho troops from the forts arrive, when a battle inav bo c.veetcl. Philadelphia, Juno 2S. Secretary of tho rreasur" has allowed tho claim of the Cen tennial Una id of Finance for s20,000 which they had advanced to pav salaries of special custom ollicers in tho early davs of the ex hibition. Some othur triUiiiix 'matters were settled and a bal..iice of $30,000 paid over, ami John Welsh, pio ident, receipted in full .u .iiuowa-.iirydi ino i leasurv for S7.i)W,0tH). Ottaws, Ontario..! une -s. The house of .Mr. 1-ittrtello. of Kaehes.v ille. was burned last iiiht, and his sou aired 11 perished in the llames. .Mrs. Lnttriolle and her mother won. family burned. icnna, June '2S. A laruo detachment of the Hussian army crosscl tho D.inubo at Gum without opposition, ladled into tinan eial security the whole Russian urniv is now in ino.ion. The work of rwiiH iiiu W'idiii has Iwen ontrusted to Prince Charle and his sol diers. Herzovin has been seized bv tho Cos sacks. Paris, Juno 2S. Violent nowsnanor nnlnin written by M. I)i'asss:nac, producing 4 ureal sonsnt on. It.. r..,.iom.....i ti.,. uils Kcnomlly should not bo permitted to meet lost they become not beds of auitation- IIIlm flint 11 ..... . . unit ii.u oxuriiiueiii snouiti aunounee its iiiti'iiti.ni of turniii) out tlie now Clmiubor' n ii Minimi no as stroii:.'! v republican as the one ilissohetl. NKW ADVKIITISKMENTS. Notice TAKi: V.It.I.V(I. (,ir imiiimi. who kmvv Ihem .eli,.. In be iMtehleil l.i n. Jl, T lr , ,u.r lvoa,, irnte l.y the llbh f jt, " " " ia !. .t bus bu a-.' Brain. or jnv.ntr .lelm. I'reico-I. Ji.ne S3. .... j . i Ra.sick. S...- ilA w ijtii io Estr3y Horse. T.teiiQan f-aundry. .'Uiittoziiinii .Strcnt. i.trts .....1 ,,.! i..i i.i , . S st,e A,so' vVImi low at moist ' i hlo rata. 1 Ittnoiuuro T.iVmi up on Cami.liell ,v tt t nn(,u Chlnn .. ,, JilLeeili. 1.-77. .i r.'n ho..-. Hl,.,lt ..,.. 0 ... ba.l, h.h. bra, ,!., m Zn Z ? '"V,," f!r Chlno Vlllli r, JHr. ,C7, ;l I'lU.I.I., i. K ,,;w A d v j:R jskmK NTS. :- - - r i ir c A " X-l '-"- -Bx J A t'K-OF-A LL-TH A D VS. yeht Mexican War Veterans. I knr a ill b ! O MmI Wf V- MmL Hi . tJi vf A V KAl IX (Xm mmm .tClRlvRAIl.I Jli F1KE OIsTX.- HOME MUTUAL i.sh:a.( i: comi'as r, 105 CeMfortiU Strast, Snn rrwnotaoo. CaL Ch Jaw I- "' I.IfcUtO krH ty IW-. .MSI M i?e :n ttWinM Xtrv I'wrUoiL sMiun ..J. t HOt OltTON ntsi 11 lUiwAitu ..CHAS. 11 STOK IIK.VKY II. MUltll.W, Gensial Agutt fr Arfeoun Tarrltiiy, ori lt B Ktrt U kr rua 4MWfc' C. T. f HOKSE 3IA.RIC12X. Th rlfrvc4 rst A Stable, Corral, ami Hay Yard ON SOUTH MONTEZUMA ST., rroaooit, Nixt to Jutlc HowarsV. Harness and Saddles To Order. TODD. DAItNAnn A 00. rwinoU. Ariin, Jane S3. J8 8Jlf FORT AV 11 trxjun: THEATRE. Monday Evening, July 2d, 187, On which cca-siou will be given two laugh able farces, LITTLE T0DDLEKISS, D; Caartrt .Maiatiri, AND COOL AS A CUCUMBEH. Ujr ni'BcbrJ JfrrulJ. TtCKKTs, $1.00 ; to be Imd at ILishfotd tt Co's. Carriages irill Ic in Attcutlauec. Doors; OJH3U at 7 ; Piny at S o'chwk. SlimlPs Sale. TPnUTTfinV III- ALtZ'lS.l i CouMtor VtrAi. S " ll- rlr u- . f i tr''t i-f tt phi f lr t'!tili C.iM ul III Tl.lr.l Jh.Ii. Ull )W-t hi m.il it thr I'tHinir f x nvii T.ii ry f Arjwun itl iti--lt fi ihr "In itm oi Jn . 1ST, fi u m iHrr-'r.l ia Civ f H (I-rninr 4 m IB". mb-I c.ll t.ir INw.1 li.Jt ihI sItt M.h'rv (" oiv tt"lR kil. liv wliMi I tim nurranw'nl t inlt ! f ifcr rr nn' r"l,,,.v rti-fili.iil unit If -ntliriviil r ii -1 l iwir wimI l Inn .1 .-uf f h - jniily ili mm rf Ikm- Iimh- ilrrtl and uinrty flir (IT 109 .1 Ihn il4i.Mi;e . him! .IpM IiBIhI oI ami f.rfiy . ii 5-IOI .1.4 i n lofrthri nh M rHrtie is!j I Imhi1 VrW Mjsin una talrn nil h ritfl l lr an lr-.l h rh 'H .M .I'ff h1um hmi . n Ih 7 h .Iti) o Juic It 77 t la nnj I lUr Mlcwlop tlc il. Hftw.tv. tn--i: : T i lurww-' tmt'ilh c. entiit am! U ppnrtpnrf lh-rrmtt.'l-l.fiit ulliwt'f-il at Waln t tlfr . rswntvaBil Trrnt iv Mrrrsi.i.t m l kn-'ira i. lh IImiI RuMawlll rr .Vlalnirl'.ni'ii)' fnrwi-. p.i Ihjj .t.-nj tpnm rnciMp. oh Iwltrr awl markliwry. .Nmide U hereby (lro that n Saturdnr. tio 30th Day of Juno. 1S77. rlcttrrcn br hl.m uf Imrli. A M. asi 5 o'olok, I M. lntll.x-.ipr lur -ale ii n ta yrni c .if MM com aiij- i W'a'ni.t Ur v. Ifce alv iW. nlml i r-riy nml utl. i-ll . Ht. vli it..I mi ultl h ii.. h r m-li u mi) be mTiwij- tw Mt:if n .iu riis-utn aa-t nil cl. i;t. r. huwj.ns. Sarrur. Vttteutt. Jiwe S )yt7. PORTPOJf KMUNT 1 he iil-ove talc herrtiy pwt ihiU tmul tic ltfi tiny uf July. Is77. at U t.nn liuie umt toner. i:i. r. VAIS, slirrlff. Pre6t. A. T., Jnne'JO. Is77. JrS9.3 Micrilf's rale. TEKMTOnV OF AKIZ'INA. COCNTV or Y.VV V1M1 S-. Li.vi tiAsimKi. PUiNttir w cms. i,. iiAixaiJ MM.V..W 1 It.LI. hi nif.-, De(eBlMt Utr xiriu e-il ai iinl.r.if .i e i.mel ii .if lli (Hi'rl t rmiiti.f thr. Ihinl jiiitielat itirtiiiil Ih hhiI Uk tbtt rmjuiy I Yavapu' Teriiiory il Ara-mn iliili tlie e uadtr t e ul.. mnI cm tun il.o ".ChU ily of jun- f.7 by trhioli i nlt r I uni tsmmxtMilist ti. iHwenl in a. lMe .i-af- ai'.l t .ell tti lulliiiic loeribnl rrrwi. In wh : I'll it pi-ii u'.ir .iis-e. jurce r troc- nt Umt Itn.ite u Cblm. VulUy. in ttiec ut-tv ol Yavuphl. In llie Teiriiory f Anztma ioiit.tl.ilne t. lit nue liumlml ami l.-n u.-ir., Diitv iiti nt and ih i-ti .i liy the Ui e mini, d ilel-ml.ittt untl tielii Uitimt.il .hi the .iiiiri tiy the r. i.e. ! Hun nali t'.ile. uutt .n ilie r.i.1 by it... non-li of Ciiin4wil A. tUK.r, ami i.n the imriluv.t by lite a ch nt i.ewtce lUiiphnrt. umt ..n Hie . by I ilt" ami b iae mine jur tlcuinrly ilnerili. il the Miislnasi iUHit.r U)ot i:.e ntiitlme.t ijiLirier nisi the n.-ribeit ju.- t r (1 vt the rt .tm.t ip.Hrtrr (I) f k-. turn t eii -tw.. an.) till of the f.itllhvte.l ij .inter l .if llu'lthra5 tU.trt.'r l ami ol llit iiiirtunt-it ,uarler il) of the Miiitt.eant tiitailrr (i.if k.t tl rcti.in lueiity-tnri. oi2), Iu tuviuhi sevmleen (17) nonh of niipe two 'i) nl, ns lies wet ol the inniii irann roatl leaiiinc lr ui ti e raarli nt Genrv-e Haiiir h.rt t. t,re.s.tt, in wl t itmaty .f Yuvnp.it ami Terfturv of Aruimu. the Mi l r.siit to ng ili Jivt.lintr line bvtn-n'ii the rateli ul mt.1 Char.ei. I., lull ami Campbell A: Uaket; ami alu. the iricatini.- canal uctl .Inches lhern or in an wie re ntiuir thereto, ami the nalen. U.ivrlti(r thtough the n.tae iiel l,.r the wntetlni: ami irriianns td Ian, I ami l'rriiii.m; to-llirr i h ull the tmrineuU. lieredtlamenU iluriuriemir.r untu anl l.iml twlonKtiur or in utiv ni,e apiruiulnif thereto Nu.ice if hereny given thai on Saturday, 21st day of July, 1077, At thoemm boiue.toor In the loivn of Prwcttt in U oiintt amt 'I eti'. ry. I ,ri 1 lfTer f.,r Me ami rrvfrd Z ell at imbl.o aa-!,..,, to ihe hitlirst bidder, .r ciua the auoved M-itb-it .irinie,.r. tnujh ihrtts-f u mHy W nece-wry lo Mti.ly iheatn. unt in laid order diircte.1 t.i direct. w . ....e, aauamnn ai I am commanded and the law I'rec.,:t, Jun 20. 1S77. tO. t UOWMlsj, ?be- IT. e50a I LOOK OUTFOR IMPOSTORS. nON'T WASTH VOI R TIMR " rind iconey 01 w..itlile. ami TOJ4 "Nl T,c. --ASi ic I uiss ni. ni i.i th , , .,,m..,. Send for tilu.trad llt-k ..i,u 1M, TRIVSS ( OMl'A.NY ' sei,nnt.. s.fePt ?.,n t'rann RUPTURI minimi Inienimn i ih. n-,. .,, i l uud U ,t m Kt. (k,y re.iu,.Ml , MDNO-OLYJROKN. B"N t.el. CV1 w.I mtM A i I rnnc ,sj ir.i -U lliu lav Street. s-j ' JvSi BibImv ! IR0?J- 55RINQ TOLl-RQft K AT IIS III Till k Xffjejo drawn by l api,ni o i t- o drawn Ly 'Jan.nmls, lui"; o.'.V- oltli'lo Urawrt hv mil..,-. ,iU,ul M-'J. .80 .'.iu aim iiorv M . l"M'W 1NU Park uulmuls, oauli ..... .50 V!'wot wuyi.... .12 KMiiiitn mas. rtii'h. in.ut ur CORED ! i t i ritKSCOTT. J. KlaW.ll.KN. CkO W SL.VtS KiRWAGEW & CO, OLUt.KV H inEtT, Osctket rului nrfriB Ilw ViA; h$W l)ESl(i.EKS, HUILBI ANB- GKNEUAL WOOD WOnE WA GON Sair btl lrirflU!tT. BONES & SPENCER lllkf HMlUrnl nn MMtwifM Mini tJ. li-..Nfer IUI ITS AMI I INEOU h pi.. Mtr lCr Mai fci trU 1. i.uv 11.. urai)vu wtVi -1 W1. ! MJWlt t GIVE Jr. Wu ri.,-r.. , r Hif anj x Rail jjT.' . ,..1. . . YC. . 1 mml Tttbf r Tmk Ml hf p"' Invori ike ItMwil rlnHKe W.'ototr voti ettJf 5r (! kMiwine ojt ,;r GOODS wit' b.i, itivWSn tWo -4 ow: wo mik ) in w ianf, "rtilir iw4i. si. itn. 8 U spocSInn Utl If i CITY MEAT MAUinSS PHILIP KOHLHEYER, Propiilg Montezuma Street, opposite the ttY an sfK tUrlnr pe"'t trrot f Lar i tiwwr, rHO hp hy Mnl Markrt. t tV thU mUil, tit, WhT- . t,-t that Yak t'h.t- iu b ui'rvrr il.il.Mt OtawktSnn an l aiil Est,i rriat; lo furuuh item lb utcrtt f U ' Steals, Reasts, Mutton, Sausage, Cor AND ALL KINDS OF GAME. Call at my Mt Jlatkrl and '"ait fej-J,,!' Alt ui will bo goaranterJ ! asdfcnkV10,'l fMO tf Ot rM TH. LOISILLim tl GOOOWIX STKEET4 - . VZXLtK W- rt-t:scrra to- iiie Dry Goods and Clothlig; GROCERIES, w in t BOOTS -A. 1ST ID SHOEj, WIA'ES, LIQUOKS and 010' Cheap for Cash. Produce of tha couatry bought njaow m.irltet rates. toii;li tton.iJi LOVE LL & CROUCJS: Ti-actical men x-cooier8.oHt4 Tla ItonSn? for nuTfi-milts nt furaicri. Cux0. nor Urc ri-of in mall Imlk for hl33tn It u, miTin a Trrrlliry. l'ra ticnlly Cre rif , (ffll POCU iB.Hranr. aal very liitt-. If aar, diJi.tKt VtLiTMW taat ami ililrflei. la tlie eo.t. 'thStc HOUSE AND SIGN ?AlSmrn GRAIN'IXO AND GLOSSING, nf Paper I!an?in and CnlcinhesioH'c Cloth Ceiling a Speciatt, Partlft'ly flre-pr -tf. an I rery much rtitmt;fjC3left ITAll Worlc Gun.rantocLfl Jttf THE POST TRADER'S STOIl &I; FORT WHIPPLE ARIZOJlfillS! lie inU Graatl ar.cn for ut rrnnofine Drnvtc!nn( if oivll V4IWSVIIUi) I W W I wlwllv J t'AN Fltl' ITS, CLOTHDQ boots .isrr) sia:oES,ioiw STATIONERY, FANCY GO0W-( TO I A CCO, CHSAKS, ETC. L? Frkei Ktisjanhle. Iarw.1 I'KTKR It. nRANNAN.Prrrdar Fraaoi tinilif iri'thV III. H. M00NEY, 31 11 G II A IV T TAIL0!?5j A ft nr doar above Learn Store. .J' :ieo,-iu Gurloy Slrcct, PRESCOTT, A.l irwul froH( Dross Suits, Business Suits, HtM Hade to order, nnd ..tiff4Uoa eaarsitrti ?Afc a cnoicK srocs or rev- French, Englisli andScotchGooSgjug' rnitnntly on band, which he 1 prepared ! gttltP'Muiint Ihe Irt'eit stylr. W. II. ilOUSlt 3a5Ku. L"i CAPITAL fjT1 ART GALLS RY COtiTEZ ST., NORTH OF COURT UOCSt kiyrp PRESCOn; A. T. ln-t. tbehr Carte de Visitcs, Imperials, VjJf to lias ami SxlOs ilnwd A nw'cUlv. vvaH Alt work executed In flntnt. ujk I tfg j Sue iDiurtmeat of Stereoscopic Views of Arizor Sceaj1J Always on hand. rornrritnjr cerie cf rmroltlw'P:, I'y. Carnw hile. Verde and JteDneU,VfriT2i5UOe B Moniexnm- Well St..netnan' Ijikr. Ms(jit Mx"ingtOI "i ,-Ia. Anee Ruin. Indian Camr View. ht J lYiwi of UHiMincj. .Mintnc r Ulmi.Jta, .-l ehlnery. etc, mad. to order on bcrt otie. . j5L myiutf i) P urrenni pi i , or - r 8(m)l ANDERS & ftOWE, r, etc., itwili Mllif Jobbers and, Dealer! Ia GROCERIES, CLOTIITO Winers' Hardware, Black and Giant Powder, i LIQUORS, TOBACCO it CIG.VKS. - SIGHT ID !R -A-I"T S Drawn on Sun Francisco i v change for Currency, ivitflt I'remiuui. South Stdo rinsut. l'i-oscott. Arizo8 wji x.kclm. r.A.sTtr" KELLY & STEPHENS, NEWS GE3STtS And ViJteile and ItetaU I)ca5rl CE.T& I'yDEHWEAlU Tobacco, Cigars, Confcc'onCtf STATIOXEBV, i o I Fancy Goods, Yankee Notion mm Fixed Ammuuiticn, Guua, Piitola, CVjeryt Buck GJ'-jVCSt Fjgs, Dates, V.uts. Toys, and Wntcb Musical '"" Cor. MaOwusa u4 Quhj Stswt.-. fw ' ' 1 ut? . jS6 V. MIJLLJER. no 23 March 23, 1877.