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VOL. X1Y.-N0. 46.
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 2, 1877.
HUE AKIZOXA MIS Ell.
l'l ULISHED EVERY FRIDAY.
CSS-A-S. "W. BEACH,
Ktlitui ami l,roirutor.
The first nnmbor of the WBKKLT JltXKU iraxl.ino.Inu
gSUrli ISol aud in this, its thirteenth vear. It can,
trr:'!! triii'j cUim to be the oldest, and bojt newspaper
i n tue Territory.
EOr.e C TJ "ne ear
" ?ilX .MUDtlM
" Three Mouths
IS -,cle Copies
iDai'y and Weekly, oneyonr,....
NEW GOODS!! NEW GOODS
One inch ( 12 lines of thin type), In column $3.00 for first !
lnrt-'n and si w per inch tor oneli additional insertion. ,
A ' H-ral dis.vuut trow above rates will be made to ier-
goti ivlio Jvertie largely by the year, half vear or
- : atnl btiies eards inserted upon reu.ona-
5b r , .
IV--.. n !fuduijj u money lot subscription, advertising
cr t v-' K may Iu.-ithm it b- a;aii, or otherwise, at
(be r nxk.
I i' T '. Ur X-ti't taken at par in payment Jot tub'
lcriT ! f njrt rruin and jub Hr
J"JTeums. f ranee inrariaUy.
JOHN a. CAMPBELL
HAH NOW RECEIVED THE IAIUiLST AND MUST COMPl.LTK STOCK
i l -.
i erch a"n'"di;s:e.
, EVER BKOmiT TO THIS .MARKET, COMPRISING
! Men's, Youth' mid BoV Clothing. Ladies' and Gents' Underwear.
Ileus Niid llovs' HU,
Hosiery and 11 and kei chiefs,
Boots, Shoes and Slippers,
Shirts, Neckties and Cloves,
.JO I IX HOWAUD,
(Attorney and Counselor at Law,
OiQce South Montezuma St., Prescott.
--v - .
mr, Damask, Russia and C rash Toweling, Calicoce, Ginghams, Aliiacag,
j upuus, w out i iauis, lwccu, t."
nseimens and Denims,
Jadic' mid Missus' Shawls,
Eet.. Etc., Etc.. Etc
PATTOR3STE1T -A-T 3L.A."W,
"Miii' ral Park, Mohave County, Arizona.
i' vil wi:i:k.
FAttorncy ami Counselor at L;iWj
fAttoriicy aud Counselor at L.av?
OrriCE South side of I'lata.
JI. 11. CAllTTKK,
trobateJuds;e. J list ice of the Peace
And Conveyancer. County Building.
.!. P. IIAUGIIAVJ,
EAttomcy and Counselor at Law,
POrncE East side of the Huza.
hite, Colored and Omni Elaitnel.
Cuffs, Collars, Crochet.
31ack Silk Fringes,
Cotton and Kiustic Blinds, TaiiMtrv and A'ehet Mats.
lapestry, Ingrain aud 3-ply CarjM'ts, Oil Cloths, Wall Taper and Border,
Box, Cylinder aud Thermometer Churns. Booking, Dining and Oflico Chnira,
Children's Chairs, Bedroom Setd. 'J'nhlc and Pocket Cutlery,
Fish Hooks and Lines, Picks, Shovels and Sledges,
Hoes Bakes, Wheelbarrow?, Danes, Chisels, Axes,
Iron and Lead Pipe, Couplings, Elbows. Chains,
Suction, Force and Lifting Pumps, Cookiiu; and Parlor Stoves,
Fenders, Etc, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Sporting, Giant and Blasting Powder, Fuse, Caps,
Drill Steel, Paint Brushes, Wool Sacks and Twine,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Smalts, Bronze, TurjH'ntinc, White Jad, Cold Leal',
Crockery, Glassware and Lamps, Travelins Bags, Satchels, Trunks,
Bar Glasses, Bottles, Mirror, Valises, Chandelieis, Etc., Etc.
A IT'LL ASSOHTMliNT OF
COPTER A PT 1) S II 12 E T I Ii O IV
H. !V?ORCAI! &CO.,
Phoenix, Maricopa County,
Morgans Station, (iila Kit er.
ImiMMter awl I)ulri la
GROCERIES, AND CLOTHING,
DRY UOODH, LIQUOItS,
Tobacco, Ciffars, Etc, Etc.,
At Fricos to Suit the Time.
IlHtix, Ariiooa, July SI, 1877. 3w
First anil Fi'miioii( Sl.ieets.
ItetiTcen Miniun X Howord,
San Francisco, : : Caliloruiu.
RANKIN, BRAYTON & CO.,
I'OUTV.TIIKEH YKA ICS AOO.
On the 10th day of July, 1H31, Geuoral
O. II. Allen, who has since practiced law in
Los Angelee, Cal., for many years, startetl a
paper in Iiedford, Ltd., ealled the Western
Spy, an extract from which will show that
t tltat day, hi in this, there was a prevail
iug tmprec&ioii tlutt the world, especially
the political world, was a little worse than
it had ever been before. Croakors thore
have been in evuiy ago ami every clime,
who were ready to swoar that the acme of
corruption lntd been reached in their time,
but uner-genernUoiis always look back and
refer to the jat as the better dnys, etc.,
wlien every iMHly wai honest.
Clay Jid Jnckiou were the Presidential
Candidates in 188-1, but jmrty polities had
become to corrupt that Gen. Allen eschewed
them, and wrote as follows of the liberty of
Hut thia liberty, however much it may
be boasted of, or however inestimable it may
he to Americans, is one now most wretched-
dtaiuy r'oranor. ; ftiar "ill JUcbib-rj . Water WbmU
r.te., All of lh ItlMl and mt Iiiii'MtkI routructioa.
AKiir.t I'or Tim
MaftHitiur of Kof'or and lteilrri. Marioe aad 8ta-
Uwuwj ; l'uajplnf, H..I.HHS- ami Miaii.r Mathiaerjr. la
etudlap Hattvrlri, Auutl;ainatiar lan aad Srttlm, '
lMiAr9. Alaa. Water Jiu kt Kmrl.io i Droatt. kr i h' abused ; antl We CH but re''iet
mindoff ia. Silver u.i c.. rr , QuirUivr ar- j the liappT citse)uencos' which it was in-
anf; lUrtort mttd r.Hit1mr ; Ituatiii aad I'titori- i ,-..,ii i ' u., .1. n . ..
phase to a proverb which stamps disgrace
uiu the American clianteter. 'here are
Aiw-o i:nir!n Co..v. i.,iii- iir. an 1 1 w' to look for truthf Where arc youthful
!!.?'",' Hu,kloi'w,",r K,k lriii and Air CompffMoc. j iiinuirers to search for Iosbohs of morality i
MHriin - nm r. roc.o. sapt fUu ,u ti,e lrt? l'ohcnutl papfjrs of the
- - j present day ! These questions Ave leave
MEW PASSEFyGER AND w5.,h our tc? a,,swer-
. . I (s".
irum iis miiiience, u is as iiangorous as it is
ptwerful, when impntperly conducted. In
conducting such an engine, we esteem no
tjiialirication so imjwrtant and cssontially
necessary, as that of virtue in its conductor,
for upon it rests thedestinyof all that is most
dear to man on earth.
If it were necessary to appeal to evidence,
in order to prove the milttv intluence of
I the press more clearly than it has already
occn pnven ov vour own exnenence. we
. " a
rf. C. 3Iillcr returneil on Saturday from
the Hig Saudy, where he, in connection with
his brother Jake, have large freighting con
tracts aud from him hare learned the follow
ing in regard to mines and mills in that sec
tion: The Signal Mill Company has a contract
with the Miller Bros., extending over a peri
od of sixteen months, for the delivery of
sixty tons of ore jx-r day from their claim
on the 3IcCrackin lode to their mill on the
Hig Sand', a distance of eight miles, for
which they jy $." per ton or daily average
of $300. The Signal mill commenced oper
ations on Saturday last having on hand, at
the dump of the mill, 300 tons of ore, while
at the mine they have in sight several thou
sand tons in rcadims to ship; therefore it
will be easily conceived that this Company
have not only an excellent ten htamp mill,
but have also an abundance of ore where
with to keep it busy. It is thought by
A Seriiilurnl Tramp.
The Sacramento Union of Oct. 23d pub
lishes a letter from a tramp, to Mr. A.
Brewer, of Sacramento, who had the day
before "lircd him out" of his back yard
where he had como to beg. The letter was
written on both sides of a dirtv piece of
paper, and read as folio w:
"Kphrcm is the strength of mv hand Ju- :
dab orJosiis my son gives lairs forMethero- " .
fore feed My children the hunm-v and dr
not thump them out of your vard gatu for i
the lord am with My poor'fco avenge thu
wrongs and the same i will do in proper
season therefore you that can afford to
thump my poor can also afford to feel their
atlictions Soli what you have got and ivc :
the same to the poor and come follow Mc .
tho lord your god and do my command- .
monts and you shall have the treasures with
3Ie the lord your god and creator in heaven '
least i make you to realize the history of -lazarus
and the rich man that refused him
f list iW AUGIf AW t t ET lilWUUw J I i , .
those comiK-tent to judge that the Signal i 'ie cr,,mbs or lhe of his table for
Between Silrer City, Hew Mexico,
GIjOHU CITY, vitrzoxv.
'I'fcx (tBtlrr.ifBed bax .Dg- tr oiM-ntst ibU rout r rr
I no a jrrnrrl xnr Imai-
IL X. ALEXANDER,
Tama, Arizoaa Tenitcry.
fcAVill practice iu all the Court of the Territory.
PAUL. J. IIOIJEUT,
l'KKSCOTT, A. T.
Seakt French and Spani!h. akLtf.
C.CN"r ir...:. fr.ik m ciskf.r. alvix j. iiiunkh.
ARAM, HcGUSKER iSsBRUNER,
(Attorneys ami Connscloisat Law,
rpKFit'1 No. 'J, -- OiTin: Itow.
Will iractioe in al! the Court
W O II K
ON HAND AND MADK 'IXJ OltDKK.
Stailc and Fancy Groceries,
OP THE NEWEST AND CHOICEST DESCICII'TIONS. CUMI'KISINO
Green, Black and English Breakfast Tens, Mocha, Java and Rio Cofl'ee,
Mackerel, Salmon Bellies, Dried Beef, Smoked Salmon, Boneless Codfish,
Buckwheat Flour, Canned Fruit, Cracked Wheat, Hominy, Oatmeal,
Mushrooms, Cheese, Hams, Bacon, Alden Dried Fruits and Vegetables.
Tobucco antl Ci?nre, Wines, Liquors, AJc, rortcr and Cider.
Saddles, Ox "Whips, Blacksnakes, Collars. llarnees Soap and Eureka Dressing,
Saddle Mats and Cloths, Whip Lashes, Bows, Poles, Buggy Sln-fts, Hubs.
Hobbles; Halters, Buckles, Snap, Rings. Wagon Spokes, Felloes, Etc., Etc.
All of which will lie sold at Iiedrock Prices, or exchanged for the
Products of thi Country.
parmt to cam' raf and
artm. (,oalifti wiK leavr i-arh end uf tb tuJl Tf)
ta a. Mi:i;to. i mauhiaci:, l'ratwictuf.
l Vr further informal i..o addrvx
SHRYOCK & HI5B, Globe City, AgenU. would deem nothing more nccessarv. than
- - - - ... . 1 . V I II I II V, . . .
.rf tor TrwHt
, ,- . ..(.ili. :.int 11 -lti?l-
r. .i it ti ' t M.ii.t.Ti.'0
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l ..1 I I.I t I M.K IX 1 I'Oit
I I KM II III nv I -.
, rri ;i. cuviuc t iicitcmi.i..
FITCH & CTiritCHILL.
tioriiovsantl joiineiorai Law,
KSpceial attention civen o praetieo m me
StiiirfMiio ( ottrt. also in iiintiT law ana tue
On u r In Arizona Dank liulinng.
031- w.th J. V. Margrave. Ln,)
im:i;mxtt, v.vvai'ai toi'.ntv, akizo.va.
...i:..,.l.,rnttnnlinn "ivini to M llli II" LaW.
UUl Ulit. ........ -
it. r. Monm.-oN, .luutie -Un uisi. toun,
tiioma" nitowN. Cashier B;nk California.
Tf ib h-: 1,. i-v'.i.i r.v.l , . v
1U'I 11 'v -a ..- I'.
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tt5 J Vv U. ..S. otl or r ! .rnrl llm 1. rr-joltwl.
liSR ' i 'vSaB" and slKvfl fnii-t Un. Wa uc4 lira
5C . -" N Q. VKeJlf J"l 1 ' 'T 1 " F'r" if III. iiry
Yfl" ' . i I t-i i 3?' - " "' th',n",!r. " 'U t" ' fill!,
VVX F 1 52" ii fSf" . ; ' I,n..-.m.rriVMr ,il riliiit.1i r-
v A . - I til j k v j i '-.ii.l v r.-iiv.t niiiMi rth .unit
V- - sf. Z 1 v't"ift l'fn n.'.-Iu-s -umI It.c i.m mlXrrn m
VVvVV-' ( 1 T' i? ! r h I. i I, .u..i (utm t-f
" : -.i.e.. t lis paeh with an ttia-
cant Chain attached. Th. mnf! .n
CHAS. LANGLEY & CO.,
W h o 1 e s ale Driijfuis t s .
Juilrtem ul ltuc
Frenc , English and Ge man Drugs.
FINK ESSENTIAL OILS, CHEMICALS,
PEHFl'MEDV. ETC., ETC.
Agents lor Qnielisilver.
T. 1C. Cor. of Kront .'iiul I'itio Streotw,
WESTERN UNIOM TELEGRAPH
Is the only great
Of tfce country To In.tire )r tn-t tenrice. direct your
telegrams" tu bo inl by the Una tbot contects
Direct to all Points,
Aw! tloe sot have to give proocd. nc to railroad service
crease ot their number, and then call upon
you to decide from your own knowledge of
former times and things whether that' jmr
ty feeling and excitement, which now, ei
dently threatens the subversion of our hap
py form of government, has not grown mid
increased with the numler of political j
Icrs printed in various jmrta of the United
ti:oi.'i:i.i: on tub i.ittm; colokaiio.
TnmtiToitv or AittzoxA.
OlfXTY OF YaVATAI.
DAN'I.. ll.VTZ, j l'itf.
t TT SUA I
M. Ki:i.i.i;n, J Deft
7E SELL THE ATCH WITHOUT TED CHAIN TOR $10.
J. B:SE i CO.. CPn.on P;ire A. !,. U Eiahth Street, n. Y-
J. L. COGSWELL,
ID E 1ST T I S T ,
1ia rt-iiiovril his ofllce from No. 2TJ0
Kearny St. to the Yihib Mm'. Chri
tiaa AfMicialion Itttihtiuir. J3i Sutler St.
I neur Ke.iraey. SAN FKANC1SCO. The rooms are e!e
, pint, convenient and well Tcntilu.eu.
ron nre inviiMil to call.
I'rescott, March 2, 1:77.
MoutL-zuiiia Mrcct, PUESCOTT, A. T.,
I'.y virtue of an execution issued out of the
Justice's Court of 1'reseoU i'reoinot, Yavtmi
county. A. T. by II. II. f'urttcr. J. I. tlul.v
a:telel on the Ifth day of (X-Ulcr. 1S77, iii
favor of tho above named plaintiir, and
stirainst the jujx-rty of the above named de
fendant, ly wliicli i ant commanded to make
out of the iersuti:i! projiorty of til do
ft tnlant. and if Miflivient jHsraouitl projvrty
cannot be found, then out of his real prop
erty the .sums above t fourth, together
with accruing east, and failing to find any
jHirsonal pronertv lHlonainir to said de
fendant, and not uxempt front execution, 1
liave lovied upon aud taken all tho right,
title and interest of tho said defendant of," iu
and to the following described real jiroperty,
Company will le able, at thu least calcula
tion, to ship $60,000 tier month from their
works to the mint iu San Francisco, or about
one million jier annum.
I lie McCrsckin ComiMiiiv, who arc now
buy in the erection of a new twenty stamji
mill, which will be completed in about sixtv
dav and ready to commence it work of re
ducing the mountain of ore discovered bv
Jackson McCrackin, front whom the mine
derived its name, have also a contract with the
Millers tor the hauling ot one Hundred tons
oi ore imt dav. commencing in about sixtv
ilavs troiii the present tune.
I lines on the Iir Riidv arc lloiirtshin".
New buildings are jjoinir tin all alonir the
Saiidv for a distance of three miles, and the
town has lieen apjirojiriatelj' named Scat
The machinery for the new twenty .stamp
mill has Ih-'cu landed at Aubry and the Mil
ler Bro. have the contract for freighting it
to the mill site. Taking tho several con
tracts that our old freighters and fellow
townsmen have with the operators in quartz,
and quarts mills at the McCrackin, it is no
Mmdl thing, but amounts to hundreds of
thoUeMiids of dollars.
iuu jiiui5ssor ot my iioor snail no
prosper for i the lord your god has Sookea
ji. iiicreiore tto as l tne lord your god liorciu .
commands you to do yours through John
the Bajitist the IJegger'thst vou this "morn- . -ing
thumped in the Back out of your so-"
called yard October 22 1S77. '
MOISIJ ABOl'T THIS I.ITTJ.U COl.OItADO
The disjmteh reeeivel on Friday evening
by Governor Iloyt from Captain Andrews,
at Camj) Ajache, ami which was noticed in
Saturday's Daily Minki:, was, as we stated,
with reference to the iterations of a band
of desperadoes ojicrating on the Little Col
orado, near St. Johns and Sjiringerville,
whore in a recent combat with the citizens
they killed two good men, wounded another
and had one of their own number killed.
Finding themselves unable to coje with
theMJ outlaws, with the meagre supply of
arms and ammunition on uuid, parties "rep
resenting themselves to be a Citizen's Com-
j mittee went to Camp Apache, the nearest
I Militarv l'ot, and asked the commander to
furnish them with arms, etc., with which to
defend thenwrlves. Captain Andrews, hav
ing no authority to loan arms to citizens tel
egraphed to Governor Iloyt for authority to
furnish arms oil the credit of the Territory.
The Governor at once gave the order to let
them have arms, but, subsequently, informa
tion was received which left the "matter in
doubt as to the identity of the jwrties wait
ing at Ajmche to receive them, and the
Governor countermanded the oroer until
I such time as he shall lie attired that thev
i are not going into the hands of the wrong
The McMillen mine in Globe district,
Pinal county is said to lie developing splcn-
A band of horse thieves and desjioradoes
have become a terror to the jieojile of St.
Johns in the eastern jiart of this county.
They have their headquarters in and about
Sprinjferville, trom whence they raitl in dif
ferent directions and are jierfectly lawless,
going into the stores, saloons "and other
jdaccs, driving the occujiants out, heljiing
themselves to whatever they want and want
ly destroying goods and other projierty.
beveral citizens got together at or near
St Johns a few days ago to take measures for
self protection against these outlaws, when
they were met by a portion of the band and
a light ensued in which two citizens were
killed and one wouuded, the names of whom
we have not learned, and one desjieradoe
killed by the name of "Pete."
These facts are learned ly a telegram re
ceived last night by Governor Hovt from
Captain .John N. Andrews. Eighth fnfantrv,
ai tamp .-ijiacne. as we nave beiore re
marked, these gentry are becoming too
plentiful in Arizona" and should be shot
down on sight, they are entitled to far less
mercy than the Ajmehes, antl if the officers
of the civil law are unable to manage them
the soldiery should be tinned loose after
them with all the Ajuichc scouts that the didlv. It was purchased some time since.
'I can say one thing," said General. Graiit.i
a recent interview, "if I were at hotim-l" ' : -
would exert my intluence, as far as I could -T
exert it, in aid of Hayes plan of reeonclii- .'
ation. The object aimed at is ;i 'noble one,'
and I hope it wi 11 succeed."
Vasqce.s Ghost. Two reporters, .one-'.".-'
each from the Argus and Mercurv oflicc,
spent Friday night in Vazquez's cefl in. -the ..;
CountyJJail at San Jose, and jn longaccounts
solemnly aver that from 11 v. i:. to I C ji.
the cell door was beaten, the ell shakoii,
chains clanked and unearthlv screams' were
heard, etc. Fiually a conversation was rap- :.
jod out between the ghot and one of the
prisoners in an adjourning cell. The Mer- :
cury man says he was thoroughly mystified,
while the Argus man believes the whole .
thing to be a trick. "While the sounds pro-
vailed they watched intently, but could
see nothing in the corridor, and gained no
gltmjise of any jierson near the cell dsor,
though they had a dark lantern and were
forewarned to be on the lookout. Hie claim
has for some weeks been made that Yasqucz
haunts his old cell.
jtrsii & wj:lls,
Pr;3cxjtt, Yavapai County, Arizona
W!H.- -nu l B!l cirii muiurfi cunur.
. . . . .rf i:M.,r.i in nil. ii!..u.ii r....
Wth vrri' l ij.m..l.
efiti-'f M v. i j -
Krieuds and t
.'Ionteziima St.. - - Prescott.
D. C. TIIOKXB.
Cash 3?ail for "Vsiluabhi Spocimons.
mrvrrvr PTTTPl) A'Iirci'TV ''ots numljors nine (i and eleven (11 1 in
llhM Lh IL 1 L hit W illoIVhl.lHloek C. tocether with the improvement
I j thereon, in the town of Prescott, Yavapai
! Wines, Liquors and Cigars Cmntl,v-VT- , t ,
j l 3 Notice is hereby jriven that on Moudav.
I the 12th dav of November, 1S77. at 12 o'clock
noon, in front of tho Court House, in said
I County, I will sell tho above described
I property at public auction, foreash, to satisfy
sum execution aim an costs.
ENGLISH ALE AND
AlwaVH on haml,
t-f'T.i l'imu Co.
II. H. IlKUF.rOItD.
t!orupv4 i t'ounsci " "i
wvt ii tl.e Court "f tuo Trtritory.
Grand Re-opening !
TrnWnc. rnnvntml iiml nfittfd the "CHA MPIOX" in
1 First clit.J Stvlf, I tike plravire in lnform!oi- mvfrtt-ivli j
l antl the public iTPiitrally that I havf oiens! out in tue i
new aru extenueu iuimers tthu iae uesi .nuuinj
V 1 IV E S APT I) LIQUOR
VERY BEST BRANDS OF CIGARS.
X t osy anil cc mfortalilo Club IIooiu Atlacbcil ,
TO T11K SALOON.
Vrecett, Arizona, June lti. 1?77.
L. Li:Y31AHLK At CO.
IN'S'W BIT SL003Sr.
lit X'uiinioii l-'raiicalse.
llHt I.lqnorw ami Cifrtra liiBW. Ilrcr by the gallon
or quart. I.iiiors alo sold to oit urcba;er.
WINES AND CHAMPAGNE.
l'rereeU March 3h, 1877. wAdtf.
lib. F. Bowuits,
ltiiseorT, A. T. Oct. 22d, 1S77.
U. A. J. TiniiODO, 3I.A.? 31. D.
" A.. 0-nV l niver-lty, J
Jt I)., 1 rii.it v rni-rs!ty, 5
l It. C. l'iiv. find Sur?.
1J1 .It AM' . I 11 . i V .
mi. iVARltEX E. DAY,
L an cona'tl ut lib Urti f at all hours; uecU.
J2. TilEILK, 31. I).,
1'RESCOTT, A. T.
r-T IT.atjectranoe w '"""'
.J. GOLDWATEK & IJKO.,
Ehrenberg, Arizona Territory.
i i ai r Bin t n a
.AX lim . .Ik . . f mm K . f - k ii . U 9mJ
i n u i 'lie iHiriii VUil Ul JltWUl Jit ft rucci.
ERCH AWT TAILOR,
GraLitc Street, first dyor outh of Hathaway.
' a - - -t
CarjK'ts bewed aud Fitted.
i'retwtt, Arizona, Jum I, I7.
X I .A. T .A.
BARAND JJILLIAIi!) SALOOX.
Montezuma Street, Comer Gurley,
Is tlio Largest aiwi Jicst Saloon
IX XOItTlIEASTERX AltU.OXA.
3. C. CRANK, I'roprirtor.
Fine Liquor & Cigai Oci)oi. ;
Sold by Bottle, Quart orOtdhut.
Next door to tho Nrw Uit and " Glory of I'rcscoi " Sa
loon, on Ornnlte treet.
C. GERARD, Troprictor.
Fit ED. WILLIAMS, Proprietor,
(One Door Wit of hashford' Store.)
Snrili h '- with that which cheer. bat loe
not intoflcatf . llt quality of Cijra" lpt on hand.
My Club-Room i id to be the mot comfortable lac
lntwn. Come and See. KKKD. WILLIAMS.
.Next door to the Mixer Otllcc, 1'rcscott.
GOOD LAGER KEEK,
Liquors and Cigars,
Always on hand anil for 6alc.
JOHN ItAIBI.E, I'rojvHetnr
.SuiiiiIJes the 1'ubHc with
EXCELLENT LAC3ER 1JEEU.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WI.ES, LIQCOKS, U C1GAKS
The Old Stand is wfll known.
JUL. N. koi)i:nuckg
CAPITAL BIT SALOON
Heals : : : 50 cents.
K very attoution (riven to the Jooia fort of our gunts
COME J. 1ST TD SEE!
EMANUEL & VALLORY, Proprietors.
I'rewott, AuiriHt 0, 1877. tf
J . L . F i S H E R ,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
fluctioneer nnd Commission Merchant.
COr VKYAXCK IZ
A2 D SEARCHER OF RECORDS.
OfSco "With the Probate Judge.
DR . L. J. CZAPKAY'S
ib::vayi: 3ir:iic.iL lAvrrrr-ri:.
Oi, Kearny .t., Sun FrmicUco.
I1AIIUMIFI IA leW,
l'Oi: Tlllt l'KltMANKNT Cl'KE OK AI.I. Sl'KCIAI.
AND ClIltONIf DlsKASlis, As A I.S AI.I.
l''H.MA!.K CO.MriVlNIV AND AilsIUhliS
or TiiuXuuvoi's JSrsTK.M.
'put. iiijinxsi: dhsthcctiiin of iicsian
I lifo luioiMlly from .nrret uikI ehronio (1Imh, twieetl
tliiit old and reliable inslitution to Ira ostbliiinl fltt in
riii!adtlih!u, lVnn.. iu ir.lil, and aeranli in San
I'niDiei. Cat. in IsVl, aa rivale dinpt-oMry, in order
to rilfurd the a(Hit tho mtlinal aud surgical trat
liivLt. for ihi' above and 4il trilur atfectioiu and complaint
Consultations at the iottilute, or by letter, 1'ltKK.
To the AiTlicted.
Dr. 'I.. .1. Czafkay would mo re.jieotfulir inform
tho nblir of the I'a.-ifle Coint that, at the earnft solicita
tion of hi mnncrou? Iriendi, nnd lmiKlmls of thoce nn
foriimately alllicted itli di.eiu.fl, he m rrocl lli
Jleilical ami Surgical Institute and ruiued tho prartiee
of hli irofe!"iun. The d'ictor would rrruind all those
who arif in needot medical aid. that since relinquistiins
Ills very extensive and uco!ii! I'TOCtiee in 8an I'ran
eiMNi. he tH vUllol the rincinl eiiie in Kuroie. iu
ectinir diligently (the tno: renoirmd hospital, and
t'atberiu? the uxjerienco of the iim..I luarnctl m tho pro.
feIon. the benefit from which he offer to ail in need ol
hit erviees. Klovimatio nfl'ertioii. chronic catarrh, dis
eases of the stouuich ami kidney, liver complain!, etc..
nrc-ltilly trcatvtl. Thofo w ho are uftrinir from the
eiror and indis-cretiom of ymith, nervous veaknes.,
pliysirul nnd mental debility, are M6nred of a penmineat
cure. Charges iihmUtuIi'. All comuiunicutions lrictly
confidential. Metlicme rent bv mail.
Address L J. CZAl'KAV. Jf. D.
uu-3twly 'J09 Kearny Street, S. F.
emce can command, with orders to eninlov
an tueir uiosi iniproviti metiiods ot torture
Aaythiag is too jrood tor such cattle.
To Tlie l T31fovttt.11 ate I
Ha for wile many of the mt desirable baildinjr lots,
ituatl in the town of Prewtt:
Hsbold sad othor Quoit Pvchs&i at Liberal Rates
LOVE L L & CROUCH,
Tin Uooflnpfor nuartr-milN and furnaces. Can jxick
anv larre roof in oinall bulk for himeut to any jwrtof
-t? i the Territ-iry. Practical!)- tire pr.xif ; n great mvtnp In
Ji insurance, and very little if auy, dillerenco Iiettrcun
BLAKE & CO.,
GoM Dust, Gold nnd Silver lltillion a.I Ores of every
.1,-.ri,,,:. mr1(Ml and ns.ivd. All asays emimated.
1 Office In WJulair toraiwly oconpivd by A. i. Jf.
' Express Co., I'reicoit.
that and shingle, in the coU
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTING,
CHAINING AND GLOSSING,
Paper Ilaiisiu? and Calcinziiiintr.
Cloth Ckimno a Simiciatv.
l'artially 4re-proof, as I very much resembling plastti
SSAIl Worlc Guarantoea.fin
623, Kcnruy Street, S. P.
Ks aMished inlA" for tie treat
ment of Sexual and Seminal Iis.;nr
such a Gun . rrl.on. tileet. Stricture
typhii.s in all it forms. Seminal
IVcikse", Iuipotencv, Skin Diseases
etc , jr:naentty cureil, or no charge.
Seminal Eaitstions. the coneuvncea of elf abuse.
This solitary vice, or depraved sexual induljrenco. ij
prnctieetl ly the youth of boOi sexe to an ulmo.t iinlitn
ltel extent, prediictntr with tinerrinircetuinty. the follow
inp train of morbid symptoms, uulesi comhattud by sci
entific medical measures, viz: Sallow countenance; dark
rpots under the eyes, iiii in tlio head, rinirinc in tb
ears, noise like the riistlinir of leaves ami rattling ol
obnriots, mien-incst about tho loins, weakneM of tin
limbs, confused vision, blunted Intellect, loot of rtv.t
deuce. dilHdence in aiiproachinc straupers, a dislike tt
form new at-iualr.tanres disposition to shun society, 1
of memory, hectic liushes, pimples and various eruption
about the iiieo, furred tonjtue, fetid breath, coughs, con
mnption, night swoiits, inonomoniu and ficttunt imau-
l,J' CUKED AT IKMIE.
Parsons at a distance may be CUKED AT 1IOMK by
addressliif: a letter to Dr. Gibbon, stating case, syinp-tom-1,
loupth of time 'he disen'obas continued, nnd have
inedlciucs promj'tly forwarded, tree fMm damage nnd
ctirio.ity, to any jnirt o( the country, with full ami plain
directions, fly cnclosinir Ten dollars coin, in registered
lottcr throith tho l'ostolllcf or lliroujli Wells l'nrpo ,t
Co.. a parkngo of inMltcine will bo f.mvarded to any art
of th l.'nlon. Address DR. J. P. OlIUtON,
auirlOutd lloi 1,!S, ftau I'liiRgkM
Captain Wells' company has returned to
San Francisco from the Ncz. Perces war, and
has been ordered to take station at San Die
go, Cal. This company will undoubtedly
have an eye to the protection of American
citizens in Lower California, who live on
Col. Dunn, of the U'th Infuntrv, who has
been stationed at Fort Yuma, has been or
tiered to Renicia IJarracks, as Commander.
A small detachment of troops will be
tioned at Yuma, and although Col. D
takes station at Renicia, he will still retain
command of the Fort Yuma squad. It
looks as though the old Post at Yuma was
about to pass in her checks, and ere long,
will be talked of as one of the by-gones.
Capt. Martin, late Military Storekeeper,
at San Francisco, arrived to-dav, accompa
nied by Mrs. Martin, ami Mrs.'Gncfer, his
Clerk s wife. Capt. M. takes the place of
.Capt. Simpson, who is orderctl to New
York Harbor for duty.
The Court .Martial, recently in session at
Whipple, has adjourned.
A Skcond Bay Scijmakink Caiii.il On
rnday lat the Western Union laid a
submarine cable across the Golden Gate,
from Fort point to Lime point, after having
constructed four and a half miles of line on
tiie San Francisco side, and two and a half
miles on the Marin county side to connect
the cable with the lines already in operation.
This cable, which is one inch in diameter,
copper conductor, live strands, gives the
telegraphic company communication with
Sacramento and the Fast via San Rafael,
Petaliima and Santa Rosa, in addition to
thnt which they previously had by other
routes. This, with the Oakland cable, which
lies botween the Market street ferry landing
and the Long wharf at Oakland makes
two submarine cables which the Western
Union Company has placed in operation in
th:; bay. The object of laying these cables
is to get rid of the fog belt. The heavy
fogs to which the peninsular is subject have
greatly interfered with the working of the
lines running around thu head of the bay via
San Jose, and when very dense often suspend
ed communications altogether.
from the original locators, by Professor J.
M. Martin, President of Christian College.
Santa Rosa Cal.. and M. Tiemev. Subse
quently James Fulton of Santa Rosh, pur
chased from Prof. Martiu an interest with
him in the mine, and two months ago made
a trip to the propertv. Thev took out and
shipped to San Francisco 1,000 pounds of
the ore trom which they obtained $12,000
and are confident that they have one of the
best mines in the Territorv. Mr. Fulton
writes to his cousin T. J. Hutlcr,of Prescott,
that thev have six ions of the same kind of ore
on the way to the eitv. Thev have incor
poratcd with 100,000 shares and the shares
are selling at $10 per share in Santa Rosa.
-Mr. ! ulton thinks ot revisiting the mine
during the winter, and may make a trip up
this way. The whole management is in
Santa Rosa and in the hands of men who
can be trusted, which gives additional coiili
deuce to the owners. Thev are not afraid
of each other.
YorNt: Oi.den Rklkaskd KISOM Cl STODV.
Frauk Ogden, the young man who shot
"Doe" Starr for attempting to commit a
liendidi outrage upon the mother of the form
er at Oakland, on Friday last, as was narrat
ed in yesterday's Call, was released from cus
tody fat evening, upon an order made by
Judge McKee, and served upon Captain Gray
by Deputy Shcritf Harlow. The ortler com
manded the release upon the filing of a bond
in the sum of $5,000, which undertaking was
promptly given, with C. 0. Rrigham and
Charles A, Tuttlc as sureties. Tlio Deputy
Shcritf at tho same time served upon the
Police Captain a writ of habeaus corpus,
commanding that ollicer to bring young
Ogden before the District Judge on Monduy,
at 2 v. ji. This order was probably made up
on the strength of a certificate from the
physicians atteiidingupon the wounded man,
to the effect that Starr would probably re
The number of business failures for the
first three-quarters of the present year, as
officially reported by Den, Harlow fc Co's
circular, has been fearfully large. The fall
ing oft" in the third quarter, however, is such
as'to inspire the authority quoted with a be
lief that "the bottom has been almost reach
ed." In the fii-'it quarter ol" this vcar, the
failures in the United States were 2,800; the
liabilities $."4,."i:&,074 ; in Canada for the
same period, t2; and the liabilities. $7,."i75.
511;. In the second quarter, United States,
1,SS0 faiiures;liabilities $15,00,097 ; Canada,
G50 failures and liabilities, .$7,575,:i2t;;. For
the third quarter the figures are as follows:
United States. failures, 1.810; liabilities -12,
:5U;,085. Canada, failures, 424: liabilities,
$5.7o;,180. The average liabilities of the
failures which occured in the first nine months
of 1875, 1870 and ls'77, were as follows: For
1875, $24,501 : for 187G, $22,100: for 1877,
All the States and Territories of the Union
are included in this enumeration. Tho total
number of failures for the nine months in the
United States foots up 0,505, and the liabili
ties $141,052,250. During the sauic period in
1870 272,800. "In Canada the failures for
nine months of tho present year were l',01(J.
and the liabilities, $2,901,070. In nine
months of 1870, the failures were 1.050. and
the liabilities, $17,780,150. This year the
failures in California have been 2;4, as against
128 of last year. The liabilities this vcar
arc $2,224,151. Last year thev were $203.
Inipriivcnu'iits r tlie.Misslsbliitii. "
The St. Paul convention limited its action
strictly to the Mississippi river. It was not
called on to consider side streams, and it
did not entertain them. The improvement
of the great river of the valley, to which tho
others are tributary, was presented by itself.
This, we believe, was wise. If we can secure
the thorough improvement of the Mississippi
it will be the supreme object gained. The
dwellers on the Ohio, Missouri, Cumberland,
Tennessee, Arkansas and Red will all share
in the benilits. It will establish the improve
ment of Westen rivers as one of the legiti
mate duties of the government, aud, after
that, the large tributaries can come in with
their claims to recognition. -
The convention ask for an improvement
that will secure tire feet of water botween
St. Paul aud St. Louis, eight feeet between
St. Louis and Cairo, and ten feet between
Cairo and Xew Orleans, all the year round.
The value of these minimum doptlts would
be very great. Xo matter what tho cost of
the improvement, judiciously c.veeitetd, may
be, the reduction in rates calculated on the
low-water freight alone going up and down
the river for five years would jwy it.
Xojienclatcke. A lady friend has furn
ished us with a list of the names of a num
ber of her acquaintances, which shows that .
their parents were not inclined to stint
them in that regard. The first is a young
lady in Arkansas, whose parents are mimed
G . The young lady iu question being
blessed or cursed with the following string
of given or Christian names: uLydia Mal
lissa, Louisa, Jaue; Pink : of Clint and
Flower of Wayne,'' G .
The next lives iu Arizona and hjr prenis
are named A . She rejoices in the name
"Scyrrilda Jane, Jackaline, Josephine, Oan
Miss B in Kentucky, has been hon
ored with the following: "Ilenrie, Mar
ietta, Maria. Sari Darmison, Calaway" B
Prescott also contains a male youth who.
manages to stand up under a load like this:
"Hardin, Daniel, Greenberrv, Crabtrcc'
In old times in Indiana, old man Beckle
heinier named his girl Feilissj, Elizabeth,
Isabella, Susan, Serifta, Miranda. Manila,.
Francis. ' -
ArnuiRetueiits for Itcmiovliig thi! SIvux.
A Cheyenne dispatch of October '2 1th, says
the following is given bv General Crook: "All
arraugsnients are as fur as iusstble comnlet-
ed for the removal of the Sioux at Spotted
Tail and Red Cloud agencies to their tempo
rary locations. Captain Weasells. with two
companies of the Third Cavalry, and all thu
imlians ot the Red Cloud agencv will leave
on Thursday for a place on the White river,
in Dakota, about forty miles from the Mis
souri river. Captain Lawsou. with two com
panies of the same regiment, and the Indians
at Spotted Tails agency, will leave there ou
the same day for "tho Poncti reson-ation; in
tho Northern part of Nebraska, at the mouth
of the Niobrara river, where thev will remain
ill C rt
unui opnng. i nc Arrapauoes, who arc to
move to the vicinity of tho Shosboac reser
vation, are expected to start the same dav.'
That the charge against R. C. McCor
mick, of striving for the New York collec
torship. does that honorable gentleman great
injustice. In no manner has he striven for
any ofiie.inl appointment, lie now holds
the position of United States Assistant
Treasurer simply to oblige Treasurer Sher
man, and has asked to be allowed to resign
even that otlleo at tho earliest moment cimi
sistent with the good of the service. The
long and faithful carejr of this areutleman
in -vi-izona. as us uovernor, eomniciuts mm n kw lNcoitPOUATiONs. Articles l in
to the kindly regard of the Pacific Coast, 1 corporation of the Sevcntv-six Silver Min-
Mus. Giljian Bkcojibs Insank. 31m.
Oilman, wife of the convicted forger of in
surance scrip, has been removed to the Re
treat lor the Insane at Hartford, and thu
children, two little girls and a boy, have
been placed under the care of Oilman's
sister, at Norwich, llctore entering Au
burn prison, Oilman spoke of his recent po
sition as Treasurer of tho Prison Associa
tion, and said that, iu his present condition,
he could gain practical experience for im
proving the prison system. He snid he
could have been in Europe now, but ho
scorned the role of a fugitive from justice.
Eight rascals attempted tho enormous
theft of 7,000 cattle, herded on tho plains
of Colorado. The marauders weto detected
in their collossal exodus, and twenty-five
rangers started in pursuit. Overhauling
the culprits at the Kansas State line, they
were immediately surrounded, anil before
the court then and there commissioned by
a simple but superior society were, in tha
expression of John Stuart Mill, solemnly
blotted out of existence.
and instead of caviling at his acceptance of
oilice, we only regret that so true a friend of
this pait of our country had not been intrus
ted with the port-folio of the Interior De
partment. Th man and tho oilice would
liave reileeted mutual credit. 1 Post.
ing Company have been tiled, to operate, in
Arizona Territorv, with a capital stock of
$1,000,000, divided into 100,000 shares of
$10 each. The directors are Frederick W.
I ladle v, Clinton Ourueil, Jon C. ilailj.Ii.
Vufurin, and D. L. 1MMh S. F. Ph .