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1DM SDL. XIV.-NO. 29. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 6, 1877. ESTABLISHED 1864. 4Wl i it imP (ice Or 8 1HE AltlZOXA 3I1XER. PUBLISHED EVERY FKIDAV. B T CHAS. "W. BEACH, Editor ami Propri;tor. P UK SCOTT. BUSINESS CARDS. dollar or. TWO. NEW GOODS!! NEW GOODS!! LAWYERS, rt number of tUe Wkhklv MlXKR -rsinedon 9. 1 61. and in thiv il lhir,WMIh v.ar it .-nn Mhtrutu c.aiiu to be the oldest, and bejt aetvaraprr Ilkojrerritury. m AT TI IE- JOHN HOWARD, Attorney ami Counselor at Law, With cautious stop, as wo trend our way through This intricate world as other folks do, May we still on our journov bu able to view The benovolont face of a dollar or two! l or an oxedlent tiling is a dollar or two: IDAHO INDIAN WAU. ... 3.00 ... 1.75 ... ?5 -515,00 AilvcrliNtiic Jiatos. Subscription J-into-i 0py. One Year 2fl" isx Month acu SiBt' Threo Months Cpi- nd WeekJy, one year, ;0elnrh ( 12 Dncsof thW typ). in oulitmn. 3.00 for flu iBrHrtO and S' .VI per inch fureurh additional inwtiop. lC,f AJUfTii' discount from iihove rntr 111 foe madt to per WwLn adierf-c Urtlv bv tho ver, halt ear or '(tVettm. -Lai and liuinfcanl irerte4 Hpoo rtia le Wins. ,j 5TKns rml:nk: m money lot .uh-criptifls.iulverfiidnc ! trtoVworV ,r.n forward it ! nj.it. or Atkarwiee. ut ' PI OFEBR STORE, ' j H fril'Iirl W 111 1 1-1 1.1 n jlnllni. ...... . Cffico South Montezuma Prsscott. i Tltroimh countrv or tVm nu o...i down, o BEDROCK PRICES! BEDROCK PRICES! HAH JOHN a. CAMPBELL now receivkh tiip. i.ahckst and most cumi i.r. ti: stock of S A M I' ML II A 31 1 LTON, -TTOIFlISrESr LAW, Mineral Park, Mavt: County, Arionn. liHir.HS COODKICH, Attorney ami Counselor at Law. Tucson. Pima County, Arizona, orncn 5tr..iii i sir. . t. No na-torfs .so good as a dollar or two. Would you read yourself out of tho bachelor crew, And the hand of a foinulo divinitv sue. i You must always bo ready tho handsomo I to do, Although it should cost you a dollar or two. j Love's an ows aro tipped with a dollar or two, I An all'ection is gained bv a dollar or two : ' w " vou can naiuu in advancing your claim Is tho eloquent ehink of a dollar or two. :g:e;n e.r Ail C:H:A:N!DI!SE EVKK lUIOUCIlT rfr. ir n r , V r':'' w' Youth's ami Hov.V Clntl,?,,., i)Oor., sitoes ami Mijiper., Shirts?, Necktie? ami Cloves. IgfJTERMs. dinner inmrilbl? 'AGENTS 1 on THE MIXISU. OtIAS.. W. Oka.su. Kca CISCO .... Vu Miintuni7V ttreet. ". W Ml North 2iU:ret. Xwr yoke ii. Fkkm LtMA . tAiHffviMr T,tlAt. l'K EijJAWjl'IKl MX . .wwscr Arizona. , A. FkK I J. II. riF. :o ' W. M. II ,unv ; . I'.. Dvi Uko. i: I.)t:ii; V. II Vkii .. JCS. rOIXtXttttlKM . . . J S MA rr. .i or ;PliESCOTT POST OKKICK. AXSIV.U. AND DEI'AItTfUi: K V. S. MAII. Arhua.i. CHlifornia, n.i.torn Snio. and SoHtbem KVIIuY OTHKX UAV. roTCilifora.a, r.uvrn Stnt a4 .Swtthern AriZMia, i:euy oniKs tuv. n o-o tloMTt Coinir. Mineral I'.irk Orlnt. sail IIamir'tlU mgf o-flo " ' fctcel, l'amt brushes, ffBa,C3!n- Vrlf I.it'l- (!,. rw. an N"w Mc.ieo JHf i,"u T Hiir 1 vj and Sarunt sj . JIToTCjui.' fr!o Lit ! (.!or, 1 1 -11 1 V- u..u. Ti.t-iJ.iv s. I 11 ..n- and .Su,!a. O.0-0 ,To Wa'.nut (irure .and !tr.ulbaa-, ec 11 treek. TO THIS MAKIvKT, CO.MIMUSING 1 I 1 S- . IT 1 j.aoit'a ami lu'iits i nderwear, Alcn'd ami loy Hat-, II osier v ami 1 Liiirllcci chiefs. Uar.Uamusk. lutstii and Crash Toweling, Calicoes, Gingliams. Alpacas, Poplins, Wool Maids, Tweed.. CnwiuierM and Denims. Whho, Coloivd and Opern Fhmnek, Jidii-s and Mines' Shawls, Cuffs, Collar?, Crochet, Eml.r.ddt rv Edging, alllnciomus Lace, NottiiiKhnm Lace. lilaeic bilk I-rmgcs, Met., lite, Etc., Etc 33! j .-VIST !: T Cotton and Rustic Blinds, apc?tr ingrain and 3-nIy Carneis. Oil Cloths Wall P.im r and llorder. lox, Cylimh rand Tin rniomrtcr Chi trns, llnc'-imr. D.ni:.g and Ofiicis Chairs. iM.a.i ..M.. 1. 1 .. i .1 .. . ... tinmen ? vnairs. jx'urooui detd, l.inie nun rueuet Lutl-rv, l'ish Hoi.ks and Lines, liocs Hakes. Wh.--Ibarrowf, Iron and Lead Pipe, Suction, Fore.' and Lifting VY.uips. l'endeis, Etc., 1'te., porting:, Giant r.L'iXSK W. A11AJI. HIA.SK. JlVlkKKU. ALYIN J. nKlNK.H, ATI AM T,Trf;TTSTrPP ,C--PPITWPT? ... . .'. . , . . Would you wish your existence with faith to vj v .rtiidti9.i imi me, PitEscOTT, AuizoN.v. , And enroll in the ranks of a sanctified fow. Oaioe ttrnduor juih ut c.'Mrt Huiim-. i 1o eiijov a good name and a wull-cusliioncd I.I prm-lir la 11 the Cut J IH.W, i You must freely come down with a dollar or I two : me gospel is preaeliod for a dollar or two. IIoise Crrv, June 2JL Captain Kobbin with eight men all that could bo mounted loft here early thu morning. He will pro ceed down the Boi.-e Valley to the town of iliddleton, fifty miks distant from tin, place, where he will join the detachment of twenty-two men under Lieut. Grav. Thev RUSSIA AND TURKEY. The rapid growth of Hussia, from ah in significant tribe of tribes, who early formed settlements near the sources of the DmcerT Dniester and Don rivers, and theBjltie Sc: to its present collossal extent, is one of the most remarkable facti of modern history. uill then go to northern Idaho byway of 1 The ancestor.! of the Russians were tho PAUL J. KOISI2UT, VRESCf ITT. A. T. Nrth We f f),lln Stf nr Ornnlte. .SHiVn Kiewdi nwt .Sanih. AfCLtf. II. .1. WADE, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Ot0v" with lUrfftuvw ,t Monrai. C"tei stmt. Will priotic iu ll Courtl f th TenltK. mil at-if And Mtlvation Is reaehud by a dollar or two : You may sin some at times", hut Ihe worst of all crimes Is to Ilnd yourself short of a dollar or two. IDAHO INDIAN OUTUKEAIC. J l'u 1 1 information as to the CAtcnt of the I mnssaere is yet wanting. At Lcwiston it is Tap!?try and Velvet Jl.tts, IilW i .eKs. .novels ami Sledges, P.aues, CLimN, Axes, Coupling-", Elbows, Chains. ( 'ooking and Parlor Stove?, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. and Blasting Offtco hours ' 1 -Q A. M. to S ooloc-lc P. M. KHror,lrr utc" from '1 l -V v. i. 'a ..V,-1. r m. Itesittr ition 'e nt 1 1 v.. M 1 d . rUt-nt 1 . V. 'OSre lionr ,n Snnda . PJ '. K t,. li j ..'! ). A . "Kessonev ordr. ;u-d .r imid 'iifi.ln. T. W. oTIS. T. M. Preicott. Ait ' Snd. 1?7T. OFFICIAL I)1H KCTOKY. Powder, Fuse, Caps, Wool Sacks and Twine. P.tiuts, Oils. Class. Smalts. Bronze, TiiriMMitiuo. Whitj Jicad. Cold Leaf. Crockery, Cl.iStWaie and Limin, Travelit p Hag--, Satehels, Trunks. Bar GJascCS, r.tiicj, Mirmr V'aliscs, Cli.uidilicis, Etc., Etc A I-TLL AS.';ORTr:iNT OF I?-, COPPER AND SHEET I R O IV AV O U K CONSTANTLY ON HAND ANL 31 A l)K TO OKDIJIL S t 21, plo an cl IP ;t, jic y O-1 o o o i i o js , of Tim nwi:sT and choici.st dl.cihitions. comprisino Creen, Black and English Breakfast Teas Mocha. Java and Hio Coffee, T 1 not yet known how many arc killed; and our dispntelie-s from alla Walla that other names besides thoc we I must be added to the list. The disaster to I Capt. l'erry's eommand is not so great a j lirst reportcnl, but the news of the rejiuNe, , with serious loss is continned. It eems I to lie the impression that events so far will 3 . 4trttflv i.fltlirililiitl tlln f n;K.tn SC..t 1.. I ,i all exposed localities now lfave waming, nnd there is reason to hope that no further iti-vi vinv a-fwfix j massacre will orcur. A- to the origin of iw.A.iAiiUA .uuui.AA. i the outbreak theix' are ditlereiit statements. u. i)Jrcaj jtJ j&.'Jl: Jut w i 11 is now ueiueu inai tnore was anv unine- (Otoee wiih j p. uignr, r.t. ) , diate provocation. The result shows that pukscott, Yavapai coiwty. ARIZONA. the itihubitauts had no apprehension ofdati- Wlii rrncilcc in all Court-. r t li Ti-rrli.iry. jft r. and th? ail.'ir resembles thoe nets of I'artieiilar attention aivei t. Miniuu Ijiw. Indian treachery with which we haw so ol't n itftu inatle fauii.iar, like the enncert , tnl uprising ami cruel massrercs in different THOMAS FITCH, Attorney & Counselor at Prescott, Arizona. Will Prartltv in all Court of the T.-rrilnry. Oftee with th Idttri.-! A'li niry. Ortlc Row. T..1. OK I' 31, Vttoruev ami Counselor at Law Pra3cott. Arizona, OITICK -Sou'h Me of Plata. the Weiser Vallev, for the purpose of re lieving the families who aro shut up in the stockade fort at the mouth of Slate creek on Salmon river. Fiity stand of arms un der the escort of Hiebald, the messenger, have been sent forward for the same purpose, it is doubted whether this relief will arrive in time. The Territory is without military measures of any kind, except a few hundred stand of arms, and these have been dis tributed in small quantities among the wide ly separated settlements. The scarcity of arms and ammunition, and the total lack of muans has cnmpsllud the disbanding of the twenty-one men enrolled here. It is to be regretted hat General Sherman failed to up- preciatc tiie gravity ot the situation. Hint he did so is evident from the tone of his dis patch to General McDowell. The people are without arms and virtually defenceless. AN INDIAN ORATOR RHt'tTJM TIIK PLAINT OK HIS PKOI'I.E. Major Jim Your people make farms and fence up all tho country. The Indians have their farm, too, which is the great Camas prairie, where our women dig roots to feed them and their children. The white men drive too many hogs and eattle upon the slaves, whose chief settlements were Xor gorod and Kief. Novgorod, during the thirteenth century acquired such intluencc, by reason of its being the metropolis of this vast tract stretching Irom the Baltic to the White Sea. that it received the appellation "Mighty Novgorod.' Hussia has grown into a gigantic nation, with a territory stretching from the Baltic bca to the North Pacific Ocean, and from the Polar Ocean to the frontiers of Turkev, Persia, Afganistan ami China. Is this remarkable growth to be ascribed to territorial lust, or must wu look for some more reasonable motiTe, for the wonderful expansion of this nation. In a late work on Hussia by Wallace, the au- . thor conteuds, "that an agricultural people employing only the primitive methods of agriculture has always a strong tendency to widen its borders. The natural increase of population demands constantly increas ing production of grain, while the'primitive methods of agriculture exhaust the soil and tend to diminish the produetibility. As the population of a country increases, the sup ply of food may decrease, not only rela tively, but absolutely." In 1S13. according til Walloon w-lnni li-on turrit, In .I.Mv -say prairie which cat up the roots of the ramus j off the Tartar voke, Mocovev comprint -have anil destroy the plants. e cannot live with-t;?7.nuu square miles, in HM'J, Peter the ... nut rrtrhl u ii , i t lit Co,,,.,.' t-.w. I. ..I ....... . l ... . . . " iis.,iH.iy.siircii ; ijrcat s time, it eomnrised II mi in t uller: the agent at Lemhi, takes : Kmi,r. :.ml t'i:..ni;n in Asi.-i. In ifcis? it which arc sent to us from Wash-, ,r;...i icco-.i ..,a.. :.. i.'.,m......i . ingtoa hikI cuts them i two He g,ve t.s j ntlK :iml m,QQQ m Asia, exclusive of 24. the Imlt and sells the othei ha t for money.! m miles in Htissian America, ceded to the. . Donahlson. the agent at l ort Hall, is always ; L-Ilitcii tai,m In ,722 the poimlation angry with Us a,.d tn;ats u; roughly. He j amounted to 1,-100,U00. in to 7,400.000. ivides the blankets like Puller, and sells In yjuland thev have their on oilicials. , . U.,L -yv""n nnu their own coinage and custom houses, the (n- mtuim jiMiiu-s in mi'ir piace. e w Hi these agents taken awav and honest j men sent to us. f do not like Fort Hall;' it is too cold. We wish to have the great Camas I'rairie jitit with the Fort Hail feser-1 vatKui, si that we can live there in the mer. We never our food. the blankets HON. TKi:i:mn;i.tL rrui:i!i5. lepate to Oonjros Hiram S. sWn, Worcrn.T J.4in I'. H.vt. Sterr'nrv.. ........ .. .. J.J 0'i-r. Auditor .. A. V. iWirxiwi. .Treasutrr . 1.1! Ittllv. tmtrr vor-Ornrral J.d.n A'....b. 8prrme Jin!i;ei, lt Dit Cbipf Jl:s. ...Ilrw. v.i " uei orwt tT. 3.1 ' C A Iwwi. Ckrk Supromp Court Sun , It U U. 8. D:tnot Attomry t. ii. t . ..xv. United Statr Mar.lial W. V. StaouUer. Dvputy .Mar.hal Ut Dit w. J. ". Cllrc'nr Intrrnnl Rorrnttv .1 hw. l'"rd. Jtcci'trr L. S. l.and Otilcf, Prrct: ...U.N. K4ly. I IKtlKV. ..Ml ltH2jl., r . . 14. L tilM Vl're.stt Uh. ismmi. TAV.r.i county oi nciwB. rtowt.-juac ilorhnr it. CrM.-. kf riff Vjh. V. It.rrr. Undrr Surnn O.,,. y. ;r CoHnty Urcriier IV. Wilhrr-un Countv Trra.iurr '.. J. C.mk lHtr-t Attorn-y 1'anlUlK-r Clerk Dittnc Court Wut. Wilkmuo. I A.S. Iln-ls, I. apfrviiam. ............ ........ Oi.l. llmul.. t oct . ,uni. PB ri:r-iorT i'kcict. MwitScfjof the Vracr: H. 11. Curlier, C. 1". Ca:e ad D. .Mitrbll. COTitibifi J. K. lturnett ami I'raal: Mwrniy. K villaoi: or rKKWorr. Xijor V.. J. Ce. FtT" I.. J. Allw. V. 7. -i...a. LS?lncIIm"1 O. AlL-a ami Dan lUti. IXvfhal I'ranlc Marray VUtrrur .. J. I. Jlmlw. I UtTLAN LODGE JTo. 177. F. & A. M ; Recul.tr jinriinffi of tbis IIre im th Jat i Sat'inliiv f .irli m.mtli. nt 7 VkKdi e. X. : Solniiruius brethren ar fmtrrnnllv iavitrd toattrnJ. A.S IIAsKfil.I., W. M. ' IWM. N. Kr.t.U , Sfrrrtary. Bxam-n v finnan ttet T. S. RlTr. J. N. RortKMtl'KO , a T.J, liirtxrt. I E" 0. 0. F., ARIZONA LODGE No. I. j Kpffnlar IViedtiniTH on nrt anil tlnr.1 Snt. i .rf.ivofaoh tnnuth.at M.hs.imo Hall. Jlrm-' iyjlifrmif tjc Or.ler, in jr"""! t1dinlr. nrciu- v.tnl tu .ittond. K. J. COOK. N.tl. , K?T lrMZit Rivonlinir wr t;try. j Ilvv. J. IIOV'AED, I I PRACTICAL I M ickcrel, Salmo-i lUIid, Dri. d Heef, buckwheat r lour. Canned rru.t, 3Iiislu-o.ims, Cheese, Hams, Bacon, 'Tobacco ttntl ( irars. Wines. LiniiorL Saddle. Ox Whips. Bhcksnakrs, Collars. I Saddle Mats and Cloths. Whip LI.e. , Hobbles; Il.dters. Huekles, Snaps, lWs. W of AVliicli will be sold at Hctlrock P. :icc, or ! Prodtjcts of ;5m Co nfr-:. Smol ;ed Salmon, Honcless Codfish, Ci ackod Wheat, lloniiny. Oatmeal. . Jdeu Dried Emits and A'cgctablra. Air. Porter and Cider. ItKKJ.It-i Iik iii:yiknkki.ii', - - - San Frunciseo. ......... 1 1 . ( . t . 1 A J t li. 1 . .M'JIUUUA. J 111 i II Ull, . Ulllt. r .1 . . r i T.io.m as brown. Cashier Hank California: : l"" ? 1 1 v-"1""" nollU( ln , c know now that the murderers are PVUL Vi:KI. Jo-eph's band. It becomes more and ! mure nrnbahlc that the outbreak is (ln i-itl. Attoruey.ant: Counselor at Law, , miation of the effort to force these anl ; other renegades Umj:i the reservation. It is i their answer to the demand of the officers I representing the government. Although thev had agreed to abandon their claim to Prescott Arizona. Kussians comprising less than two per cent. -of the population." The same leniency 1ms not been experienced by Kttssiau Poland, and yet the Ku-.sian Be-ir claws less deeply into the vitais of Poland, th-m does chris- e sum- ! tirmietl Kngland tramptr uiuier the ho-of of - tli riirhtsand liberties of the Irish tteufilf. soi u on ovvi: a'vw r.is nutniK. :'Tlie KusMaiis arrirm. ihat the KngHl arr . We had nothing to do with any treaty nhich j insurable aristocnit-. and glory in what they would take it awav from u. " 'call equality before the law, which realir . Here ocmp-cy. the interpreter, explained ,(!JiUS l inequality oi tiie worst oesenption. that the Fort Hall reservation wassej)arated ! ''he'ruleof the Turks in Kurope is bound to from the great Camas I'rairie by a barren j l!,lh i,n'' il would have fallen years ago if country one hundred miles in uidth. ' the Great Powers could have agreed upon Major Jim i resuming) There jtc three M'11-' i'stion : Who shall reign in Constan- .1. P. IIAIUIUAYE, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Prescott, Arizona. Ofuck Kut Ule of the Plaia. I Limes s Soap and Enrek i Dressing, Bows , Pole-. Bugpv Shafts, Hubs, tgon Spok- s. Felloes, .changed Etc., for Etc. the 31 UK VT 3IASTi:Hb()N. OlficD Kow, Prascott JOHN A. KL'JII. i V & & BEO. Cor. of Cortes a ml Coo.i win Sts., E S C O T T , IZONA Have just received the Be-t Selected. Finest c ad. most Complete Stock of : Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Slippers LJlTS -A. 1ST XD GAPS YANKEE NOTIONS ANP PAITCY GOODS. Particular attention is asked to articles in the following li.-t, which buvcrs will find to be ot the very best qualities late t stvles and lowest El. W. WKI.LS1 XHtry rulAic KUS11 Ja U'ELLS, A.TT03RlSrS-5rS ATLAW, Prescott, Yavapai County, Arizona .j Will .trklly nttt-ml to nil cirif bininn ratrut(sl to thrm m tb v rnl t:irt,.f l!.-iirl i: thi lVrritry. Atmi't f titl" Mminir Claim- ami Itr diy necurutriy 1'rejtirrd. Pnmtt HttrntitHi g .vn t isllrt'itu4. Ii. N. ALCXAMJlIi:. ATTORNEY jL.rr LW Vutm, Anzona Territory. Will aeliof ln j.'.l tli" Curt of the Territory. DR. A.,LTIHIOI0, 3! certain tracts of country and come in to the 1 enervation, yet they rctued at last, as the Mudocs refused to quit Lost river, and be gan to kill in the usual savage manner. Acting on their passionate and cruel im pulses, and with no inoie foresight of con sequences than children, these renegade bands indulge their resentment and think only of revenge. A dispatch s:ts that Gen. 1 ,r..r , ...1 ... w .. . ..1 - iiowaio aim .vgeni .uoniciiu are censured at Lewiston for the affair. The difficulties of the campaign are sure to be great. In fastnesses or the Salmon river mountains thee murderous bands may be able for a long time to elude the pursuit or defy the power of the military forces. A more nmired mountain countrv ! will rarely be found. For some months j to come the Indians can subsist anywhere. : I he tramas season i at hand, streams are full of salmon, and no protection again ' weather is neces-tarv. It mav not be no: ; ble to bring them to terms till winter closes in. Port. I reservation- for the Uanuocks and bhoshoncs j ttnnplc : England's interest cannot ho. the Yashkee Jiesenation on Wind Hiver. cllccted seriously, hy reason of IHi-sia, dri- .t vs. ..... - . . I . I rt 1 I tv . . uie rort uall Ue.-ervation ami the Lamhi i ,ng l"c l,,r's iroin r.urope. s.m eom. Keen-ation. Therein one reservation for j "lands the entrance to the Mediterranean, the Biimioeks. one for the Shoshones and il"d virtually owns tiie Sue Canal. In the one for another tribe, I ut tie Bannocks anil j interest of civilization, for the benefit of Shoshones may live togetlierupon one or the I humanity, for the pre-ervation of Turkey as other. A dog with three home has no home j :m Empire, England should eneourage'tho at all. We would like to haw one rescrva-1 transplanting of Turkish fanatical despo tion rather than three. 1 tisni from Kmopc to Asia, for the hour that Some further conversation occurred in W'H l''e rays of tin; morning sun reilect which the Indians complained feelintrlv of a thousand xartegtited hues from the mina- inL" viu.ii 111 Hi .. 31. 0. IsJl. LKTTUIt FROM IMKK.VIX. v.- :V- y rn:v,,::i!:'-! enta. M M. t. r!'V- Sure. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON l'ri's-olt. Arlznint. OlTlCE AM III si , E Jetrt'U llml.lllitr, rot of An- dt r .V RitTt' ti'ri. K2 -tit w I Lace Shawl-:, Dress Silk?. Embroideries. Sewing Silks. Trimmings. Underwear, Table Covers. lUbbons, Velvets Grenadines, Cachemire.s, J Victoria L iwns, j Towels, Linens, Velvet Cloaks, Linen Suits, Laces, Slk .1. orsieus. lana, But to .1.4. Corsets, N f ok -1 T es. II oiser v. Cicheincre Wrapper?, .Lai. Kid Gloves, Plains. Mohaiirr,, 1 ei calis. Merinos, Poplins, Jaconets, Sheetings. Etc., prices : adies' I la's mid Flat?. Linen Wnipnera. l'onbroideiy Siiks. Patterns. Tidies, Silk I land kerchiefs, Veiling, Shawls. Cm tarns. Quilts, Lawns, Alpacas Silk Stripe Lustres, Delaines, Tarlctancs, !:i. WAKKI'.N K. DAY. SURG-EOiT Am PHYSICIAN. OFKICE MiMitemina .Stri-f t. alT Oiln!n. 1'rcMsit!. Can b Ki.iill I .it Iii. Olll -o .it all hours: dWJO. Enrron M in kr: Yesterday, the 2-lth in j stant, being San Juan's Day. ls hombm : Mejiavio.t got quite loracho. The usual ' sports cf that particular day were largely 1 participated in. Among the amusements j was the game of "gallo," in which Mexi cans and some whites engaged. The mana- roostcr or food upon the Camas I'rairie: when a liberal contribution was made by the gentlemen present for the purpose of 'pur pose of purchasing food for the Indiaus to take home with them. TititF.r. ur.NDiino troops on tiik march WorNDKD SOMUKRS KILLED RV THE IN DIANS. Portland. Oreoon. June 2;.. Colonel Wood received to-d iv the following tele- st grain from General Howard, tinted FortLap I wai. June 21st: "Captain Miller startetl his column. .tl)U strong, this evening. Colonel Sulley will bring the next installment on Monday. Prisoners taken after the battle of White r. r . . ..... . . iwvcr v.anyon siaic mat nic wounded were killed, making a Iojs of Ha men. The bodies were not mutilated. NO rets of Saint Sophia, with the Christian dug waving, as a symbol of liberty, in place of -the slavHi crescent, will mark the regene ration of Turkey, and the advancement of . civilization and libertv. ... ADWCKS KR0M TH R SKAT OF WAR TROOPS AT I.EWIsTON. Portland, June 2:!. lp to the present hour little has been received from the seat -VITA I US IN ARIZONA. i From thn Knjrineirriiij.- and Mining Journal. J Our mining summary in this issue from .. the far Southwest will be found to contain many interesting items. Arizona mines are attracting much attention at preseut in ' California, where capitalists are always on the lookout for new and rich investments, and during the last twelve months the de velopcmcnts in that Territory have lcen of ! a character to oxcitc the liveliest interest in its future. On the coast there is almost an Arizona excitement. This, however, is partly due to the near approach of tho Southern Pacific to the Colorado Hiver. ami to the belief which exists that not oniy will that road be pushed on across the river ami take s a common Nainsooks. Muslins, Of every description. Our Stock of Clothing Underwear, Hoisery, 2i O O T s x r 1-1 o in s FiT-t-cl.-vn Watch w y? Etc ri:i:scoTT. Arizona. rV. F.iie Watr'.ir. and Fjis Jew- L.FISHER, j REAL ESTATE AGENT, .tctioaeer ai:d Commission Merchant. ; I corvKYvTsrcrcit .5? D SE A H C H E R O F It E C01IDS.! Oulcc Wit 1 the Probate Judge, ' I HATS AND CAPS, AND OTHER AliTlCLES F0II GENTLEMEN'S USE. Is the mo.-t complete and host selected ever r. oeiveu. in the Village of Piescolt, and at Prices to Suit the Tunes. In addition to the artiel s here enumerated, vo keep a complete stock of all other ai tides uMially sold iu a country store. 0 First Quality and I5cst Hrands CA-LIITOXXIJLA. V?S JT ARI ZONA XJL-OUXJ. Tliilnli I r ... it:.. ... c -.r.. . . o....:.... , i'iiiiii iniiiiiLS, OIOO. JC.l ltllliS I'illlilil. 3 AXU t drjirnWe iinildiog lt. loasohold aad other Good Pr-ch.-ied t Liberal RaU H. for S'tle manj of :h CB&trd in ttir t--n a ! Pr. MERCHANT CHAULES NORTON. Grat.itc Strrct, fir-t dixr ooih . f II itlmwy'. leaning and Repairing Neatly UnnetMKl Carpets sewed and I- died. Aririma. Jum' IS 1ST7. The Atteution of Epicmes is called to a, fresh supply of Cheese, Caviar MAl'Ll. AMJ KOCK CANDV SVKII SROHA, isu;glass shellid and fitter almonds, boneless codeish. Citron sr.u L-.mon Peel, Chutnec, Musluooms, Salmon Bellies and .Mackerel. TAi LOR , ; cofpss gtiottistid fsesk ET's'r jdj--.-sx .. i.:ilcCANDL!:SS, cjiiYsicrv.' vxu .suiiOir.o. East side of Moutezunia St, bet. Gurley & Willis, 3 doors north of Head Sc Co. a I ger oi i gall and buries him alive, leaving only his ! head and neck above ground. ! consists in riding horseback at 1 ; leaning over and J out of the ground. j of war. There is an intense public interest j up the valley of the Gila, but that the com felt here, and every breath of news is eager- ; ing summer will result in something den TliElL!;, 31. D., j Physician, Surfjiou mid Accoucheur j rr.nscoiT, a. t. OlTiooand rcildoaouu .Mi'iiteiunw Sirit, orpoMte the tTiPrlvaUioatriiti ti eonnllatIon ruoraj, 1mm the rrar. dectSUf .I. L. , is coc.svi:ll. E NT 1ST Na. 230 Kearny Vt , SAN FRANCISCO. Frt-rott. Jlarrh 2, wly. IL II. CAHTTEK, Probate.I iidgc, Justice of thr Peace And Conveyancer. County Building. JAY C. K EL LEY, ASS.VYEK, Pro3cott, Arizona Territory. The sport full speed. pulling the rooster from He who gains the fowl has the privilege of mauling any of his cotnpani'jns over the head, neck or body with the chicken; the rest of the players endeavor to wrest the gallo from the hands of the victor, thus securing to themselves the right, to maul their companions. This is repeated until the gallo and caMlos are worn out, when fresh ones enter the field ami the sport is kept up during the day Owing to the superior quality of .Salt River Iv looked for. The ste itner Almota arrived at Lcwiston this morning with V2 troops anil a large quantity of arms, munitions, etc. She is expected to return to Wallula to-morrow evening when full reports from the scene of action will be received. (S. F. Call. rrrsittrtit llayrs on Mexican Affair. Washington. June 2.'. In a conversation h ith Secretary Kvarts this forenoon, your correspondent called his attention to the Washington dispatch in to-day's New York Sun, charging him with secretly conducting or promoting schemes for the disintegration of .Mexico and the extension of our boun dary beyond the Bio Grande. Tho Secre tary reatl the first part of the article with an "litin"' whisky, there was considerable bad I outward appearance of amusement, which blood about yesterday, and on one or two ' changed, however, to indignation as he pro occasions the expected riot threatened to 1 grossed towards its conclusion, when, being burst forth, but was quelled by the almost ! asked whether he was willing to say any superhuman efforts of Messrs. Slankard, Kel- thing on the Mibjcct, he replied, '"No I'll logg, Pack and others. The latter gentle- . not go into that matter. It is not worth man mentioned, a mild vouth ot about 0 tt. i while to contradict such stone?, tor as soon into in the altairs. ot the Texas Pacific From New Mexico we have correspondingly encouraging reports. The Jaearilla gold excitement is on the increase, and is draw ing quite an immigration, while affairs on the Moreno, at Silver City, ami in the mine ral districts around Santa Fe are brighter than at any time previously. The prospects lor the great Southwest are therefore very promising. By reason of its remoteness and inaccessibility, it- greaser.- and Indians, this part of our rountrv has developed heretofore very slowly. General Crook's successfijl campaign In Arizona against tho Arches has had much to do with the change of affairs in that Territory. No part of the West is letter supplied with rich mines than Arizona, and whether tho Indians Rio sulxluctl by the military or gradually exterminated by the miner, it has only been a question of time with that Ter ritory. Among the great mines of Arizona, the Vulture, the Silver King, the Peck, the Zalida, the Hackberry. Niad Queen, Me nu was observed at one time surrounded ! as one is set at rest, a fresh story is invented I Crackin, and Pieacho are at present attract- bv about twenty ,,grcaers" who were in-; to take its place the noxt day;" remarking tent upon injuring him. Your readers, or no doubt many ot them, have seen tcn-pms fall to this, and to this only, can your cor respondent compare the manner in which with recovered good nature, "You know the newspapers must have their say." Tiie Sec retary then turned the conversation to other subjects. Assistant Secretary Seward was PrVH I C - LABAREE, ITAG-E STATION, Tnt-v1 miles fruin rinrrme. ilRVT CLASS TARIX ') :7.VTorV1w xX f ttivfVts AW. j.leuty of HARM A I OK... W EH an 1 HAY. '"5 41 - - m rt 5"" f 9 THE PARK BR&WfcStT AND TELEGRAPH SALOON. i MAIN -1UF.KT, TI C-ON, AKIZOXA- j Fin- OorniKn I..nwiir. Ic cow IiT, "V"' , id CIicrm. Rending Run attached. I I General C0RTE7. STREET. SOUTHEAST COCKER OF FLA7.A. PKESCOTT, AUIXOSA. Bl a cksm i thin g9 HorsesiioeiiiJ?. Oxshoeing, Etc.. i:xr.t.TTEI IN A WORKMANLIKE MANNER AND AT SHOUT NOTICE. III- jiV Im tl jtiir- f unn,niTi',,c n:t ntion t all wrdrr rntniiisl to hi clur h.tt l. W n PATKNT TIKK SIIKINKKi:, nnd Uoy-, by stiirt t iik r.t t idi.ti. of public rntnisnic. Special Attention given to the Proper Treatment of Horses' Feet IJLAKE & CO., Cold Dint, llold nnd Silver Ilul'in nnd Or- of ry di--rHitlon m-ltrl nr.d nv.-d. All a-ty triMmiitefd. ' dim In 'mi Mm:: f.rini-r!y ik--iijihI liy A. A: N. M. Exprew. Co . t'rp.cott. j W. C. (JARKUT, CIT"ST EXPBBSSMAN. Residouce Next to C. W. Bnch. B. J. HIS AN ITT, C. E.. Deputy P. S. ?!inrral Surveyor Cotoity Surveyor of Yavapai Courtly. Preicott, Arizona. those twetitv irate "greasers' knocked I busilv engaged as usual with the current each other down, the prop-'Iling power being ' business of the Department, but took time the powerful arm of Mr. Pack. About , to read the Sun artiele ami to remark that 1 n. in. the hnal colluion occurrcu. tiie oniv , sucn stories were mere nioonsinne I caue for which was ihe superabundance of "corn iuicc. ' About thirtv bhots wero nreti It mav be added that President llayos a few dav ag duolaretl thore was not a shad- oii both sides. lp to the present, can hcarowot loimdation ior the report that the of no one being wounded. j Administration desired, either by force or The harvest!-, about completed, or will be I diplomacy, to obtain anv portion ot Mexi- a great success, an more than was cx- l this week; it has beca ! realizing coiisiderablv j jicctetl. j The telegraph office has been moved from I its former location, in Hon. G. H. Ourr's ...ii... .i... e. -.. .. t..,;i.i:.,r. I oiuue, iu l lie niiiqu v-u. a uuhuiiik All Vinds ot" oivp -nelnsnn(r nnd virveylnt; plmltly j ) Olllor North of tln ( "rt Hnne, on Cor- ,,: i The latest Improvement undor way aro : uiul aro trying to create public sentiment in its iavor by making it appear to be a part, though it is not a part, of the Administra tion policy of vigorous resistance to Mexi can bonier raids. Some color is lent to tt-nd-d to. o utrri't. Ir w int i'f n n.nl. tli sho- na l-if ; or rant of the hor. tfc' hi.ric win lot:, and for wnnt o t :..n n ik.-i lij Hir .-neniy and liiin tnr hori. the tide n;ill2 ntl d. iii-:mi-:kson j co.. Com mission Stock Hroliers. 313 MontS3lu::ry St- " Stm Prnnciaco Ita-oini-iit Nevml.-i llliick. Stock- Mold ltiiusht, and Carried ou Mnisrin. pjd JI'tnvIontisl " 'ih"1(.. (-.' the new block of buildings being erected by I J. M. Cotton, and the law oihee ot Mr. A. 1). Lemon, lately from S.in Dieg.), who, rec- f ? - .,. i. : 1 1 : r.. ....... nC tl.m..t.. l.nr. Zlll.IIlg IIIO HIlllltlllL llillllw ui i iui iiia, o.ia oitehed his tent amomr us. I The weather for the past month has been ..II .dot .milil lw wiiilipil lint trli wnrm nor too windy, splendid weather for harvesting. Wino. Phienix. A. T., June i"i. 1S77. nig the most attention, jsear the 2sew Mcxiean border, the Santa Rita copper de posits are turning out magnificently. Tho Castle Dome mine--, though but little heard of, arc yielding well ami with regularity, ami in the norhern part of the Territory, near the Nevada nud Utah line, the conn try is covered with prospectors from Pioche and LoeiK, who may be expected befon: long to bring to light something new and rich. Arizona is emphatically a land of wonders in many way-. The greater part of the country is barren, hot, deserted, and forbidding, but it is rich in ruins of races long since extinct, who in centuries past wandered through its gray canyons ami over its treeless plains, and here and there assembled themselves in Milage. Thero aro abundant evidences ol abandoned quartz and placcr'inincs from which, in a lew years more, will doubtless be largely rediscov ered anil rc-openetl by the American minor. Since its incorporation into the teiritory of the United States, Arizona mines liai yielded aliout .1.".00,00 in gold, silver. their cooperation on the pint of this Admin- j and copper. Notwithstanding the fbr istration bv its continued refusal to reco-! bidding aspect of the country, it is can territory, the lact seems to be that holders of Texas depredation claims ami filibustering soldiers of for tunc, reinforced by mining speculators and a certain class of politicians out of employment, have com bined to revive the old annexation scheme. crossed by several beautiful and product-. ive valleys, and will never lack for tlm necessaries of life. Ami as it is opened Uy the riiilroHd. and the labor of the prospector and miner is eased bv approaching civil i- PRESCOTT MEAT MARKET,! NORTHEAST COKNEIl OF TIIE PLAZA. JKO. 31. VVATKKS, Millwright and Cositraclor. PRESCOTT, A. T. felC-iuG j Est ray Notice. Cin into nir notch llw Skull, at Round V8'. o-n iutTf. wruliHtr H hrll. liHr.-rlit; lt. Si i lirimd'. The oirar i tmytmtfr. JWf roprt v and tal the aainml wm. STKA RN Kf. i'rtu Arir-ioft. jH51rt, WE A UK NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH THE PEOPLE OF PRESCOTT ANI VICINITY WITH Beef, EoitIsl, Mutton, Etc., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, AT FAIR, LIVING PRICES. C. T. KOCKKS A; CO. Kfl-H PMOMt, AdtM. J. GOLDWATEK & HHO., wuoi.nsAi.i: i)E.i.i:ics, Forwarding and Commission elerchants, Bhreuborg. Arizona Territorj'. T. OTTO. On diir North of Kolly .V ('Hiv-. ni.o Diaz; but, on the other hand, even if there were no other considerations opposed to annexing more Mexican territory, the fact that such aunt xatioti wooid give greater political power t the South and would tin I i'ltlMUES .MISSION TO AIIAICO. ttllCJO, ! June '2"u Dr. L. C. Frisbie, brother of Gen-, i I i r:il .1 li Prisble. rSil?rnlis tin- storv flint the latter is now in Mexico, bent on anv scheme of annexation as a government ; agent, lie states that the Generals business 1 Honors to Or vr.- London, Jimr in the Citv of Mexico now is shnnlv to set- i General Grant was present aturtUy tie some claims held bv Americans against 1 at a banquet given Mitvl.t'in .r.ivi.iinonio mid tlmt lm rnn. Ti'inii v Hoiist.. The Prince of Wal resontinir New York oiirtics in the matter. 1 present. Prince Leopold. Prince The General's nrcsenee in Washington alln-! the Prince of Leuungen, Prince ot axe-! Spnz, while it has to rim tho gtiuntlet ded to was mainlv connected with that mat-: Weimar, the Duke of Wellington, Marquis Plamonatxu's dtvif&Wt Martmatm. ter. He occupies no otlieial relation to the J of Hartford. Earl ot Derby, hurl ot tar-' ArieiutiillRJi5rim .UmtonCgrsiii tire government, carrying only letters of intro- mirvon, Sir Stntfonl Notlioote.Mr,Crosrt,ud, jid pi havthsyilTL piiiKsbx-tiith of their jjjjction fnmi leading authorities in "Wash- j Chief Justice Sir ,loxandcr yoi a otig tha' ir) esilallSJurguntbaniis. uhieh Ini-ion to tho Aniuriimn Minister ami ethers. 1 di5tirtgrislrrl tmmpnin prwont. 1 appoir lo have rttcSrWic'Vonsly. questionably be unpopular in many portions j ztdion. no part of the West is likely to grow of the Ni.rth, is Kiilheleiit i make ttK' adop- j more ntpidly. tlon of such a policy by a Itppitblieaii Ad-j . " . ininistiation . treineiy improbable. Tuj; MomrnhoRan Skacohtkr Pen'. ' l ettina. June o. Tho Turkish Josses are I alwolntoly incalculable. All Sunday after tliuht ! noon nrtillerv and rilles have been ririny ns v tiie tmi-nottitloii oi the column as it moves dimn the valiew rales Was i The pursuit will te kept up until the col- . Christian, J uinn reaches the protection of the gmi-'of of Saxe-! Spnz, while it has to rim tho gauntlet- of USA' ,"i UI ' "i 'safe. Ill Hi 'ilUIBiil,- IHMii. II.',' I . . Jl .. i m' - '-'