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FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 678
! q Jhc11 Paper of the Town. oPyoeoott
Wpdce for pabllaatBg Sbhhb9b la the District or
inserted t the same price.
, IV". W. Haklii&on has gone on a trip to
bis cattle ranch at Atml Kock.
Several teams arrived from Salt River,
this morning, with barley and flour.
Smith & Hale have just received a new
set of halls and hins for their Ten-piii alley.
Pete Reed is in from Pceples' Valley,
where plenty of rainjias favored the farm
ers of Ute.
The roads between Prescott and Skull
Valley are reported in an almost impassable
A -washout on the Southern Pacific Ruil
jroad deprived Prescott people of Mieir mail
w due by laft couch.
Ilry Vnl Bccclicr arrived in San
jlW.cico on the 14th. If invited he might
i fine to Arizona.
A terrible tornado passed over Fort 3Io-
iave doing much damage, an account of
i,vbich will be found in another column.
! Mrs. L. A. Stevens was in town to-day
ittling up matters pertaining to the estate
f her late-liEsbanri, Hon.L. A. Stevens.
5 A. Mason of the City Boot and Shoe
.ore. lias received a portion of his extcn
iirc stock of goods recently purchased in
I Wstcrmilons by the wagon load arc not
tt'i uncommon sight in Prescott. They
,ive dropped in" price from one dollar to
. twenty-five cents.
hlr. Van Buren, Administrator of tlie
estate of Z. Jackson, ha3 sold the valuable
jd.icent on Lynx Creek belonging to the
( ate, to Calvin Jackson of this town.
'j?he examination of witnesses in tho case
ledillo and others who have asked to be
;dm ittcd to bail on a writ of habeas corjts1
Hits been set for the 29 th inst.
Tom Luther, tired of tho 'monotony
Prescott presents, for a man who likes i
'lil "e," hts gone to participate in the exci-
scuuua limb nitmil uuuuu iiiu DUtui
bonanza camps oi urausnaw.
- A young man by the name of Snyder, is
ptid to be about St. Johns, on the Little
Colorado, with a party of men who are in
tent on mischief. "Would it not be well to
' have the matter investigated?
Dan. Thorn is furnishing his saloon with
ill the clcirance conceivable. The latest
addition is a six hundred dollar piano,
"professor fteuniaycr pronounces the. instru
ment as very fine toned.
BuTven, Knowles & Co. had their counter
and platform scales tested this forenoon by
the standard weights iu possession of T.J.
Butler, cx-Officio Scaler of Weights and
Kiasures, when they were found to be cor-
- f&t to U hair.
The little daughter of Mrs. Wilson, who
vt .V"dlv scalded yeslcruay, on the arm
and neck, uj uc turning over of a kettle of
boiling water, ?s uo easy ui-uay, mu
doctor having apptfo'i remedies that reliev
ed the little sufferer.
A.tft meeting of the Directors of the
Benk of Arizona, held at the Bank in Pres
cott, on Monday. Aug. 19, 1878, present:
S jl. Lewis, 31 W. Kales, J. J. Gosper, and
T'.J. Butler. Sol. Lewis was re-elected
President, and M. "W. Kales Cashier, for
tho enduing year.
:' One of tho Hudson brothers lost a large
hite horse. It di.apenred from 1ms ranch
mwr Whipple, tho night aTter V-auco and
Bsrry made good their escape from the
gUjrd house, and tho impression with Mr.
JJL is that the horse has been stolen by these
Tho Bon Ton Restaurant has an adver-
ti&cment in to-day's iseuo. All who desirr
good substantial food at a living price
Isliould seo ttiis and read it. The price is
'down to "bed rock," and the fere given,
towers high up. uau on "jap," ana uc
will convince you that the Bon Ton, is the
place above all others.
The application of L. Bashford & Co., to
have certain expenses, incurred,, iu taking
nsrn ,f nroDertv bclonsinji to the estate of
8. C, 2iillr & Bro. allowed rs a preferred
claim against said bankrupt cslate, was yef
terdavivibniittcd to Judge Silent at cham
bers. The Judge took the matter unuer
consideration and will dM:ide it after exam-
inutinn nf miners, etc.
AfftBB TtF-.vrswn Statotes. One hundred
more volume of the Compiled Laws of
S'irWnnii worn ror.ivd vesterdav morainir
y Secretary Gosper. The Secretary is
Imti prepared to furnish the Recorders of
Justices of the Peace,' etc. The work is
ilso for sale ht the Secretary's-officegat five
dollars a volume.
Marshal Dake addressed a communication
ttoUie Board of Supervisors this morning
asking upon what terms tney woma, on ne-
i in the guaru nousc ai ivuippie. i u i-u
enwdered the communication and fixed the
..price at $1.50. per day Thra..a! now five
prisoners to be watched snu iea. ,
" At a meettng-of the members of the Pres
cott Dramatic As&nciation. last evening, we
understand that Thomas Fitch was re-elected
President eCUie Association. The company
selected for the next cnteriaSanwat. the fol
lowing pieces ? "Bough Diamond w andl
"Woodcock's Little Game-" Wo n3er
staad that several new members )oined last
ereninsr, and Beoj. Morsfas, Esq., with
A valuable horse belonging the mail
company " passed in his checks" last evec
kg. The Pima, Maricopa or e Indians
c2tagreat .traat ov not oemg ww m v
the demise' of the "noble horse." Prescott
dogs and coyotes are cqaally a good as the
Indians and -will have the pleas of a
. I J3 J i - t a 1. .. ...Iliian MM.
Eon ies ou uurac-uon, ameun5
iwn to dogs around an Indian villsge or
Loco Wksd. W. H. Hardy, on his re
owtTisit to this place, iafomed m tlwt
H loco wed;Was crowing quite thiok ia
I I n BTMl UrriUVM nH I M IHVK i'JIHH L .
wring the season a iu nb;r of ho see aT
. "Win poisoned and diea froi retif
Jtahi we?d, wrhiok is quite fatal to fcors?,
1 ULkB its appearance all "over No;tur9
ArifbaC SlionW Vs boinion ptotc coTsct,
tten tha risia of horses in thw ectk of
e Territorv jrilL prove to be. a failnreT
X. P. Rains will leave tc-morrbV
Jbt theTulture aiin WbereJi rttt ptw
fckr remain for ome time ad? nwty opt
titer mines in. that vkiaitr, or PP t
to tb employiaeat of the new c tompmj
Knins' ahilrtr to handi miavjt pro-
i IB Jf!x
8id8npf the creek, W f xOit a jffiiWr
. b iMt ma oa Tetanus.
r:, 7. w Mwr ;tof 'rain, he
iunu i water o high in tbecraok afe to
bsimpMsabk. The cooticBce V,hat
i4-, with tlt b0 i. tke tars,
altHoBgh within a few steps ofbie ewald!
rse things have Itappensd to people,
however, who have been obliged to Ik ost
u aiijrit wiiaont a mm to
1KB Max tvko Swauxtwed a Was ox
Whkrl. Seme two years sgu, a maa who
wiica himeeh Win. Brazzletee, advertised
a.shew at the court kott ia Prescott, is
which, amoag other woaderfei things, lie
was to swallow a wagon wheel. He toek
the money at the door and -went out to
rustle up the rest of the troupe, who, as he
said had just arrived ia town, and were
making their toilet. He never reumied.
neither did his troepe, and now conies s dis
patch to the Governsr savins? "Wm. Brszzlc-
1 t 1 . a . .
vm is Kiueu... ana that Jue ia the maa who
has been roohmsr stages on his own hook
ne is ia all probabilitv, the same man who
uiun c swauoweu the wagon wheel.
T r" t .
XiUiTUB jiisek: i nonce in yonrvcry
excellent papt-r, that you and your readers
are taborii;'' under quite a mistake in re
gard to my being on the stage on former
occasions. I n6ver was on the stage or be
lore the foot-lights previous to Saturday
uuiii tsu x uuiv iu iuerii iiiespprecia
tiou oi tnc puunc in Juture, but do not
wish to have the public wrongfully inform
ed. The mother t the little Masters
Iovcll was an actress.
"With respect, Mrs. M. E. Lovell.
MAIL ROBBER KILLED!
Governor Hoyt received "a telegram this
afternoon from W. J. Osborn, of Tucson
stating that Sheriff Shibell and posse killed
William Brazzlcton, last night, in attempt
jog to arrest him.
Brazzlcton, it seems, is the desperate
character who, single-handed, has been
taking in the United States mails at differ
ent places in the Territory.
The telegram also states that the two
coaches recently stopped and plundered
between Florence and Tucson was the work
of four Mexicans, who have gone into So
nora. Too omcers or the law are on their
trcil, and mrcat hopes" entertained that thoy
Barley in our market is selling at $4.50.
Peck stage arrived -with over $4,000 in
A dancing nartr is talked of at J. H.
Ijo telegraph .line is down in every di-
r .oa except Verde.
IF. A. Kimball, of Signal, returned home
this morning, via Date Creek.
Uathaway has returned from Mineral
P. -It. Roads flooded with water.
C. T. Rogers has sent in some Tcry fine
bef steers to O. Allen, of the PrcscottMeat
Leave ot absence lor oco monthon Sur
geon's certificate, has been granted Lieut.
A eh-mule team loaded this morning
with merchandise, vegetables, etc., for
A water spout that burst at Walnut Grove
a few days since caused much damage to
Crops around Prescott are goiug to turn
out much better than was anticipated a few
Four ox-teams, belonging in Pinal county,,
departed for the sunny South; this morning,
Judge Eoward, one of our most efficient
lawyers, is & little under the weather. Hope
tp see him all right again, soon.
New chandalicrs for .the theatre, which
cost in the neighborhood of $500, will ar
rive in a few days.
Gus Rodcuburg has got his welt down
about thirty feet and has struck .an abun
dant supply of water.
Robert Connell, the enterprising liquor
nerchant. has placed a new sign over the
front door of his establishment.
The Repuplicans of Now Mexico arc con
fident that thoy will bo ablo to elect their
Delegate to Congress this Fall.
We undestand that Andrew Kirby, held
in $3,000 bail to appear before the District
Court in Yuma, at its next term, has given
the required bond.
Tho Salt River Herald man, who seems
to lie unfortunate in eettinsr caught, is ac
cused by exchanges of stealing the thoughts
of other people.
Rome fiftv Chinamen have arrived at Clir-
ton, m this county, and will be employed by
the owncra of the extensive copper mines,
in working their furnaces, etc. -
Two teams passed throuarh town this
morning en route to Camp Bowie carrying
the property belonjring to Co. A. Sixth Cav
alry, formerly stationed at the Verde.
First Lieut. Abbott, Sixth Cavalry, has
been appointed Special Inspector, to report
upon unserviceable property for which
Rvland's circus troupe returned from the
Verde yesterday. They did not have a very
pleasant trip owing to the greac amount ot
rain, that followed"them down.
Trrft nnantities of oocd wood is piled tip
in the quartermaster's yard, Fort Whipplo,
which looks as though the officers and aol
eVers do aot intend to freeze this winter.
i Y&uur nan who has been in the cm-
J , f m 1 1 TT H
play jB. urapo, oi okuu yauey, a
brougWW town yesterday for medical troat-m-at.
He is suffering from femr
vu nsHiw -wTk) went to so much expenee
in Drepariaz bids for famishing the court- j
lio-lse with inrniturc, etc., are anything out
saUsfied with the way things havaUraed.
a uMumini: sf $3 tr share, we lwr,
hfts lieoa kvwd.on the stock of the Prssoott
Dratnatk AeseciatTon. Fire shares for sale
octobe given away at this Se- Call
K. R. Stanton kin again from Walnt
Grove with a load of melonsand green csra.
J?. Beonitt i also in to., from the same
Uoe, dipeeiBg slon to the deaizenof
Joepk Drew, candidate fx the Shenff
altr we hear, intend to make a tkerour;k
mbVmc of th Oonaty betweea w na
itecrion,, Brew i4t ooapetont mm
aieci4 will wake Xd. ooer.
Thn teopl of Phenix are onlr in eed
rf Jaodoty biW$BgP, and will mkt-.
iSVSm mmmi the Itwre-to
to scuile.JMw- 4j , : j
rZlTZZa, Vr 8bor
aDu snfuuu w. -
Tb Xilier.-or Tim SuHm ili
iFW fof bary frgiit te, m
-S.Wimm-wMAU not be
wu jot hw sows H Snpwneors to canoe
tht same te bt repirfd ? A srtfch ia tie,
"Walnut. Grore has neither' Justice of the
rwee or registering officer. -TIk? Board of
puperrisors onght to appoint some oae, and
it is oar opiaion U,Et XnN. IL Stanton,
who wj familiar with the duties of a Jatice,
wonld make a good officer. '
The Board of County Examiners will be
in session at the'ofBce dt Hl ll. Cartter, on
the 4th and 5th of September,, 1878, for the
purpose of examining applicants for Teach
ers Certificates. Persons wishing to be ex
amined will be in "atieadaace at the ap
Col. Woolsey has made a trip to Globe
City and McMinvillc, where hehas met
with plenty of encouragement, and his
election en the- 5th day, of Ifoverabcr is
certain. Stevens does not take well for a
third term. Calves fatten oa a change of
pasture, and the peoplnthink a change in
the Delegacy will have a beneficial effect on
The Pinal freighters have rather an un-
usual mode of procuring fresh beef, viz,
aiiuounz uown a vountr call whenever thev
Jlnd one, regard le to ownership or other
wise. A prominent stock raiser was in
town this morning purchasing new rope,
and practicing on tying the hangman's
knot. A certain man will be mi nus his
head, as well as one of his legs. A wooden
head will not answer so well asjnvooden
TheRadt. lliereis no scarcity of rain
just now. During the last teu days we have
nau considerable. The arroyax arc filled
wiih water, quartz mills that have been
standing idleior the last two years are pre
paring 10 sian up, piacer miners are busy
with their sluice loxes, itnd within the next
thirty days tho good effects of the rain will
be felt by merchants and business men
QVuwtniij- AUliug ,1114 DUUIU1CI bit U lUiilS
have been running part of the time, the
water being so limited that a stead v run
was out of the question. Kow, however, we
are to nave the feck, Tiptop, Crook, Atzlan
Thunderbolt, Senator,Masterson, Lukes and
Hocmers mills all started to work and
kept running on high grade ore. "What we
have all been praviug for water we have
now, and flush times will surely follow.
After going to prcs3 yesterday, wc recoiv
cd the following telegram from Al. Seiber,
who has been in the Irold as a candidate for
"Camp Verde, Aug. 20, 1878.
"-editor JUlNEK:-7vyitiiaraw my name
from yourpapcr a9 A:andidate for Sheriff.
I make no compromise with any person
and therefore ray witedrawal is in favor of
no particular one. Al, Seiber.'
A friend of Mr. Seiber, not satisfied to
have him withdraw, telegraphed him to ro-
main in the field, and--tb-day received the
"It is impossible lor me to run anv
longer. I know right where I stand. I
have made no compromise with Daws, and
want nothing to do with tho Sheriff's office
whatsoever. This is final." Ai, Seibeh"
Plenty of rain.
Reads muddy. t-
No mails. No news. -
Tho grass is growing. -u.
Telegraph line is down., " H .-2-1.
No tramps in -Arizona. .
"Work for all that come.
No more stage robberies this week.
Artesian water everywhere just now,
The walls of Ben. Weaver's new cellar
caved in this morning.
Build a boat for Granito Creek. Hatha-
way's wharf looks lonesome;
D. F. Mitchell has taken a beautiful
picture of tho-ncw court house.
Grass is growing everywhere just now
in tho cellars and the roof tops
Judge Cartter fined Fred Hildebrand $20
yesterday for assaulting a icminino
The Exnositor at Yuma has gained
reputation. How about the Yuma" Indians f
Itis feared that the present rain will in-
r t . 1 1 , 1 1.
jure stacks oi wneat anu Daney on ujo
John Raible says: "All right. This will
do." Puts him iu mind of the days of GO
Tho coach for Gillett left
on timo this
morning carrying out a large
Charlev Young with his coach
oaded down departed
for Alexandra, this
Gus RodenbuMUbad to shingle his
this morning, to Jceep it from filling up with
The Government has purchased quite a
bill of lumber from Geo. W. Curtis, lor
An ox-train belonging to Ochoa & Buck-
alew is now at the Clipper mill loading
umber for Florence.
Arirona is trying to imitate Oregon just
now, and for all we know the people may
become eo-ieot cnaracters.
Ex-Governor Safford has probably arrived
in the Territory. He will settle ?at Tucson
and practice law, so we learn.
The Board of Supervisors will meet on
Monday next It is to be hoped that they
will take some action in repairing of roads.
The fruit of Maricopa v county is about
exhawted. It has been shipped to all parts
of the Territory and sold at remunerative
The cellMB of Prcscstt are .tiled, conse
quently tlwrpcople ought to be- satisied,
still they are not, ana complain of the
thinness of tho article.
F. A Lewis., a. young man of excellent
habits and one of ourprosperous stock rais
ers and grangers is in town from, his home,
TTndwn Bros., have dieard of their horse,
supposed to have been taken by Berry and
Vance. Xle is saiu u ue i unsung nuu
Duke's horses outjn the hills.
Joe Walker'froBa Gillett, kin tewa look-
iag as natural as ever after passing through
a lone seice of scorching, arr, hot weather.
Very little rain had fallen at Gillett. until
A letter -from Pheaix-states that1 Salt
RiTr ws oa the rise, and with, the hoary
rains sp here in Yavapai it w wore than
probable that sate jkiyot wiu ue
viae ltAi F. Bock, from FreenMmt
CowitT. Jowa, and Kt ncwoat residing with
3CiKlnt-t Tonto prig, (Titing
Preeoott aA wfowmj jimpmnu wiw
Ariaona. . ' o.
p-wJ ft lwiWiwE a'foot-Uidsre
aaoMQnwiOrookV'ni tKe Curloy Steoot
riMrtaT in imiimioIw ii tonwr. JBoaa infl
4 wOTatickoft Wa own pi MdtfO&ffiea-
tioihBii,aatie uowwon wm
dlwiH doaMnt nto thooi on tn3d of
September. A lnifeftf oddest enpneity
of Clwrios Btackbora .iw iekd , i A
apwwell ot the iTesoort and QUiett
He seat the articles to Mrs. Blaekoorn.
xoe state ottno roads will retard Move-
Bieats of heavy freight teams. Those on
ronte to Prescott front Ebreabenr will be
nnable to more foe several days to ansae,
sooBia tin: weather, clear up sow.
A model maa wants lawyers oteotod to the
Legislature for the turpose of fxing ap the
law.i. He doesn't -want any more Iron Spring
or Bradshaw roads, $100,000 court booses,
railroad monopolies free from taxation, etc
how honorable men do change.
There are bat fonr candidates ia .thefeld
for the sheriffalty at present. If all remain
in the field, at least three mu will be sadly
disappointed after the ith of November,
to sey nothing of ttie candidate for (Jon
gross and the subsidized leach.
During this month th. Tiptop Company
uaye snipped $33,uuu to van i rancifico, end
expect to swell the amount to $50,000-before
the month expires. The Peck Company
uassuippea about an equal amount with
that of the Tiptop.
Acquitted . In the case of the United
States vs. "Wm. Van Enos. charred with
uavmg violated the Internal Kevenue laws
Judge Cartter discharged the defendant on
the ground that the testimony did not' show
an intent on the part of the defendant to
R. H. Burmister, accompanied by Mrs
B. departed for San iranciscothn morning.
Mr. Burmister will remain in tho city long
cneugti to purchase a large otock of goods,
when he will return to Prescott Mrs. B.
will remain with her relatives in Oakland
until about the first of. January.
It is reported that cattle arebcing'shot in
Verde Valley, a dozen or so having already
fallen victims to their own cupidity in forag
ing on other people's crops. The crops are
not fenced, but fence law or no fence law a
fellow Iwttes to have his corn aad things
eaten by other peoples stock.
John "Watson came in frcm Silver Moun
tain last evening bringing with him sani
pics of ore, from a new find, which resem
bles dollars more than it docs ore. The lead
is about five feet wide, and can be traced
for two miles. Plenty of wood ai.d water
in the immediate vicinity of the mine. A
good place for capitalists and a 40-stamp
Charley Young came in from Alexandra
yesterday with two bars of bullion, worth a
little over $4,000, and two passengers. Mr,
Young says the new road to Bradshaw is
badly washed out and repairs are necessary
immediately to save the whole road from
certain ruin. It seems to us that a road
overseer should bo appointed, work tlone
and a costly piece of property saved from
Mr. iiuckman reminded us this morning
ot the events that took place in August,
18GC, when the rain was similar to that
which we are having now in 1878. Indians
drove off stock and parties who followed
on their trails were compelled to abandon
pursuit from the fact that riding
ammniswcre unaoie to travel on account oi
1 A , .
tl'.o miry condition of the country, we
were one of n party that followed a band of
Indians that stoic several head ot animals
f om the the ranch of J. "W. Simmons, and
was compelled to give up the chase.
is about completed
In the Court House well.
Campbell went to Florence, exclaimed
" IrM, vidi" and nothing more
Nathan Barth arrived in town yesterday
from his home, at St. John's, on the Little.
Dan Thorn and several others left for
Verde last evening. .Something in trie po
litical horizon called them to the Verde.
Tho case of Bowers vs. Ellis, which came
up bctore Justice uato yesterday, was de
cided in favor of plaintiff. Defendant has
given notice of appeal which will carry it
to the District Court.
The Prescott Tin Band extended to John
King and lady, last evening, a compliment-
arv serenade. John responded to the calls
of the bovs to meet them at Fred "Williams',
and we understand a pleasant time wa3 the
Stage Delated. The coach due in Pro:
cott on Wednesday ovening did not arrive
until last evening 24 hours behind time.
The delay tiwas caused 1 by the impassable
condition of the roads. In many places tuo
road is en tirely washed away and will require
much repairing before teaming can be re
It is astonishing what interest is mani
fested iu regard to the caving m of Ben
Weaver's cellar walls. Many persons, who
usually would not lot an earthquake dis
turb their eqipoise, eagerly view the ruins
pull down their vest, wipe their chin and
walk off. Ben has a large stock of liquors
in the cellar, and his politeness is proverbial.
0. F. Cate offers for sale to-day,- his
saloons, situate in Prescott and at the Tip-
top Mine. Both are valuable and win be
sola at a reduced price en account ot the
owner -wishing to engage in other business.
For a ocrson who has a small amount ot
money this is a rare cuance. ltcau nis
advertisement and see his terms.
Citt Hall Theater. The gotbic cabin
of his Majesty's ship Bcllerophon, is 'nearly
completed and the forecastle will be seen
and the crew, all on ooaru, win soon weigu
anchor. It is to be hoped that the public
will not send her drifting down the tide of
poverty without balast, provisions or com
pass. Sails "Wednesday evening, August
28th. - Black Eyed Susan will be the most
important passenger on board.
Chief Operator Hunter was oat in person
yesterday looking up breaks in the tele
graph line. This morning two wagons
were sent out in tue direction oi wiCKen
burg with poles to replace those destroyed
by lightning during the late storm. Oa
the lino to Verde, one huu died new poles
havn been pat np during the last week. It
is tiiouglic tne lino h uaiuoraia win uv
ready for business abont'Moaday next,,
MnxDKR. axd Suicide. The TaUev of the
Pueblo Vkjo comes in again fonts shorn. of
crime committed in Pima county. Oa tho
night of tho and instn m the town, os son
Jose, near SaSorrf, Juan Can delario rode np
to the house of Gabino Cervantes, oa horse
back, and passed under the ntfnoda whore
thn fumilv were slaeoinr. Cfervaatetftot bp
.nd after considerable scolding fot Jbomg
thus disturbed, teoK tne florae oy wo ctnate
aad-was loading him onr, whoi&"Candoiario
UreW.X pialOl anu uov varTMWH uhwv ue
immediately rode off, nod seeing his victim
a corpse, he drew. the same pistol from.hM
belt and placing it to bis .bead Ired aoji fell
dead by the side of his vktim. 4 Aeorpoer's
inquest was called, when the above Ioch
elicited and a verdict rondered accord giy.
It seems that there had been mo trooole bo
twees the parties be;!od WoboW jr the
aurdoror had bosn drmki.g.-ta, UHh.
TH lotlowtachf a bet of lottern lonnehihif
in tbo Piweoct
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T mlmi Till Okrk k.
Time, 3mm, T7, Mfc
BnAlo moot at Bo won, Knowtos 4; Co.
" The Ckjp Breworv is komf afoin. PJooty
or gooe; unjor eor oa nana. ango-u.
Corn nsoal ot Bewon, Knowlos t Co.
8Mi Pi Mtw, S Hn.-fgr $1, m Soma, Sm4
, at Sew, K&rtN 1c Oe.
SeteClKk k Aifaimt TW, ee MMt, fcr Owlw
KIKO KELLET Is Trt&eett, Ave, 2bh4, WTR. fcy
J settee A. O. Xofo, Xr. Jaks W to Xm Ftuit
KeBar. feetfc at lUa VOJaar. '
LO KINO la rhfBlx, Asgwt, Uik, VStS, XgBfn
wifa erf George K Lorisf, aged 36 yew.
Xtt. Lertog wm poea ix hr kew hue, to-
Usutelr, m STN7 tettawiUe b4 ktea Wj.' Thefew
aaaakM gyropaOUta Is tab, tka bTtoe har f
MlctJoai. Eb. Kixxs.
A jewEig Oermaa girl dmins a poahtea m Xarwry
OoTsraea. StaiartreM or any eOier hmersbfa) work. !
ceapetaat to taKe ekarga of a (tore. The beat eT ref
eree ee girea aa ngiraa eaaracter, ete oy aaareomng
xrc i . k. voignt, jaexsoB aueet, Baa i rMcaseo,
CaL Afiy person wiiafcg (o tmgtfpa my aeitfeea win
hTe to sdvBca asOMeat Hjoaey to pay a; faro te
Ancoaa, me utmt to De oeaaeta xreea y tragee.
Addreaa mm I. KOYJUK, 838 urun trt
aasQSd&wlw SiaTraadeeo, CaL
The B&deraifEed offers for aale hk mvetir ia Prec-
eott, aia xsewa, aa
lot 9Ssl50 eppoiL tfee sew Coari-boR, twotery
Dtuiomg, oae or iM.eec maiceM Keauosa la iTescuU,
fttijwS tan fn Ajt-ALuu rfv r. til it ts t - - Ala
aatooaat Tiptop Mine, iae baEdteg, ample aBd ccm
Bodlesa. WIS be sold for part eaafa, balaace ob mort
gage. U. 1. UAX.
Preacott, Abr. 38, 1878.
Bids for Building Feet Bridge.
Sealed presoeak for fajukkkitf matetial aad bBllOiBff
a Foot Brides aereea Granite Greek, at tbe Garl-y atreet
crowls, la Prescott, wiB be reeelveilby Coauaoa Ccur-
cii oi iTwcou, at tfie otKce or tne mage Keooraer, m
irracoit, ap to s o'ckkuc p. m aioauay, tsepu -i, iwm.
Eaca proposal to be aecoapwnled by plana atxl srieol
flcaUoBE of tae bridge propoied to be bidit la aacbpro-
a ae ngnt to reject aay aad au ucu u aereoy merr eo.
uj order or tae cobbcu.
11. 11. CARTTER, Clerk.
Preacott, August 23, 1878. td
Omcz or CI.XBX or Board ofSuvestmobs )
or Yatapai Cou!rT, A.T., V
Pbbscott, AHgata9k,1878. )
Sealed proposals will be receive! at tbe office of Clerk
of Board of SaBerrlcors of lavapai CoBnty, A. T un
til Monday momlag ABgnat 26th, 1878 at 10 o'clock a.m.
for fornianlnir and putting in place rurcituret BxtareH.
et&, for Court room aad office, la near Yavapai County
uourt uonac, IB acooraaacemtnpwM ata epeotneauona
filed In the ofBce of Clerk of Board of Suoervisorft. Said
farm rare, nzturea, &c, to be completed asa pat in place
ob tmore tne ita day or uctooer, isib.
By order of tae Board or superncorg.
WILLIAM WILKEBSOX, Clerk.
Prescott, Atigaat 30Oa, 1878.
BON TON RESTAURANT !
Two doom smth of illner Offle',
Moutezma St., - IPrescott.
S. OHNICK, Prop.
Qneate trill Sad my tables supplied with allUtodellcaeiea
or tae season done np la arst-ciaiu atyte,
Board, per week ,
Prescott, August 00. 187!!.
DALY'S SAMPLE ROOM.
LOCAL AGENCY FOB
O. P. Moorman & Co's Only Genuine
ENG-IilSIX -AJL.K AND PORTER,
Konteznma st. 3d Boor south of Qurley st ,
James Dally retoras taanka to hla numerous custom
ers and the public in general, and wishes to inform
them that bow, as hetetofore, all Wines, Liquors aad
Olgara ia hla house, are of the very beat quality.
BOOTS AND SHOES I
Cheaper tJian Ever.
If yoa vraat to sate money go to the
CITY BOOT & SHOE STORE
A. J. MASON,
has the largest aad
Best Stock of Boots and Shoes
eTer shipped to taJa Territory,
Second door Eeant of the Pest Oftee, Gurley Street,
Preacott, August 39, 1878.
PECK MINING- COMPANY.
SiEtt Gkccb aii Teleirapk Transfers!
IN GOLD AND CURRENCY AT PAR,
Nevada, Banfc, San Francisco,
Froourad in Bstizns to Suit,
Pmaaat, Juae M, 1T78.
i JAHXS PATTZBSOX.
HOWEY & PATTERSON,
We are sew prepared ta tie aH Vis da af
Morse, Mide aiid0x Shoeing.
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eu tfceM AMMsi. I
Str&T4 r Stka.
Mraied at Umbm. tnmt tate wnlsrsitgnst, Bear 3ri
jm tkeearMah; taxs attiar, aVjr w4ktee iMn
feet. tmMlH mi caftar matkf, aawt gpnaiak nrwil eC
TMatoMin nwm ) paM M aae, per-
YrImrMs MiMiMK Prmportr. Fur
loger-fwaajemriKfrW latarest fa Mw MammoWt
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PrtvilK, Wi8fnteeXaim tfaltai. AteoahalfMr.
et in ta! Pensteaaai Sima, aMaaaed lai Kaaayamiia
DMHat, Hi mOm Xrts t tfcg SenatacXW. Then
VMlBBJlBUt tHMMaflMB MB BAM W A aaMaMLBsk IbUhaaMK
at JaJwOfeleTi8rot rKAXKSCHULTZ.
Caase toaynaek M Ujffer XkiUad VaSey, Awaary
lot, R8, csm at, pate red or taa ! BMaMf tae.
aimaisawisMn. xae ewnriwysw pgepifgi
Ccs sarv aaaaxm. bbbbbko awBWBW naf s
Aad SktMrise mh) &11 bar are H or 13 -rears eU.
braaded Wt mtek vital a Swdafe bMd. aM t r
raaeaitteiiaec er Aprs. 8. iar ewnic wtM pteai
pror paerf, pay ahargea aad late ate away.
OrrMs or sent Boabs or aOTmanaeaa
or Yaarai CorxTT, Aai3A, V
Paaacerr, AagBai a, Mt8- )
ETery persea VaTkag a elafaa agstwit Ute Oornr ef
Yavaai. maat nreaeat the same defer aadrr ratarir made
oBt. oa biuiks to be faraiahed by tke Clark of Mm Beard
of gBperrfeera, aad epeirtod by Ike -aAdavtt ef Mm
UUSMaiUHIM SBtS OMtlNt M JBaUjr IM MM
eUu earTectiaeTerypaniewtir, aad that mere an m
All riliw mat be iiiar Biai by the Clerk before bm
a.M.et t&e !lrt Me4ar)iiK qsarter, te e.-der to be
cowidered by tarn Boars aVIke regnlar aaarteHy me
toe. C1a1ibi aet prorly atade et vMi Meovec hM tae
taotext (maneriy meetaatf or tae Hoard.
jx- owt r e-r- tae ear. ; b
aogiadli) WILLI AH WILKEBSON, Clerk.
TIPTOP SILVER WWfjS CtWAXT.
Locatk of principal phee of bmiatyn, Saa Traaeaa-
LoeatfoB of work. Maek Caayaa Dlatriet, TiTafai
coBBtr. ArieoBa Terntory.
. NOTICX IS REKKHV GIVKX, teat st a neetmg at
me soars oi jireerora, aett sa we imm oar er J cu.r.
W L.vt.wl ftiftA tull.l lliub .rik. Hi.. ..Il.ll.
laij. ea aesassmont tae. ai oi imr uea neraaan
awe immcoateiy, ta uaitea Btaaea got rots, to late
mrv lift, wbji . . m-vwrn v . .nQ ,i Jt . L IIIH j
Beereiary, k tae oaee or tae uompaBy. mnrni s aad 7,
No. 27 Piae street. Saa Fraaeteee, Caaferata.
Any stock spoa wbiek Ukla awes am eat aaaM remain
BBpaid oa tae 21 it day of AHgaet, 1878, iriM be deHa-
qart, aad adrerused for aale ac pabae aoeMoa, aad
unlets papBteat ia made before, will be soM oa WED
NESDAY tae SIQHTEENTH day of SEPTEMBER
una, to aay vie aennqaeai asoesameat, logemarima
eosta of adverUaiBg aad espeaaea of sale. Sy order ef
tae jsoaru ot iwcewn.
D. r. VERDENAL, Searetary
Omct-Kooma 8 aad 7, 937 Piae street. Saa Fraa-
eiaoo, CaMforaia. JjMtd
psER mm COMf ART.
Location of priaeiBal werk. Tteer diacriet. Braaaaaw
MoBatabt, kavapai Coaaty, Ariaeaa Territory.
Loeatkia ef Brtaetoal staee of business. 8aa Pns.
NOTICE h aereby giyea that at a meettag of the Di
rectors, held em the alxteeata (16th) day of Jaly, leTS,
aa aseeesmeBt, No. (1) of Thirty (38) Cents per share
was lTe4 apoa the capital stoek of the eorporaatoa,
payable Immediately in DaKed Mates froid eeia. to the
SecreUrr, at the omee of the cempaay, Room MNerada
Block, No. 309 Montgomery street, Saa Prsaeiaee, Cali
fornia. Abt atoeh neon walea lae --"
BBaaid oa Moaday, the Tweaty-alxUii (Mth) day of
AagBst, 2ST8, -will be deUaaaeat aad advertised for sale
atpabae Aacttoe; aad unless paymeat la made before
'1 . OWCTWfJ.
Offlce Boom Ko. 5$, Nevada Meek. No. aWMeat.
W W T ct
Komery rtreet, SaaTraaeteeo, Caaforaie. jyd-td
, TERRITORY OP ARIZONA,
Cobntt or YayAPAi. J
.JAME3 HO WET )
J. B. JOKES aad E. A. JONES )
Br Tirtup of aa execatioa la the above eatftled oaaae.
lssned orat of the District Coart of the Third Jadklai
District, Territory of Arixeaa, ia aad for tae CoBaty af
Tarapai,daly tested oa the Via day of August, 1878, by
which lam commanded to make of tae BersoaaJ nro-
pcrty of the above aaiaed defeBdaaie, if svlHeient can
be fottnd, if not then of hla rea property, the sam of
six nuBctreu aaa a:xry-iour ana jb-iwj (9e6i.SK) dollars,
damcgef, aad eae hundred aad alxty-oae (161) debars
ccsta of suit, together with the eoata that may accrue.
yalHnif to find sufflclMit personal property betoagiBg
to ttH defendants not exempt from execution, I have
levied upon aad seized all the right, title aad iBtereat of
said defimdaata of, in and io the foBowiag described
real estate, to wit: Lota numbered ten (is), twelve .(12),
fourteen (IO, alxteen (16), aad etghtoea (18) ia Kloek
thirty-two (93). aa they appear upon the official mae or
ruac 01 wie town oi jrresoo, xavapai coaaiy, Anzeaa,
together with all improvemeata thereon.
Notlen bi hereby guea, that oa
Saturday , August 31st, 1878,
at 11 o'clock M,, oa the premiees la aald Cosaty, I wffi
sell the above ascribed real estate at pabao aaeaoa to
the highest bidder for east to satiatr said exeeattoa
aad all costs. ED. V, BOWERfl, 8herlff,
Sy R. H. Waxjcbr, Uader-Sherir.
Prescott, A. T. Aagaat 19, 1878 3w
ROYAL HAVAHA LOTfERY.
HT teUXTHAORDUTRT DRAWINGS
Ck 1.022, Sept. 4, wiCkei 1,039, Ike 21.
irv.M Min iu, Ml. 1a Aaa ti.l. l. . .
ma, mux m. irnij ?,w AiwAcn, bguvcst4 irum 4 to
18,(X, irith 2,111 Fall Prises aad the amoaat drawa wm
be $i,a,w. use x-rize te every n xicKeta.
1 Pnse of DoRars 569,800
H do of 1C),0U9 each 38C,eeO
i do of. , 4..i ae.era
1 do f... 06 NO
2 do '-of 10,000 eaea 3mo08
8 do of 6,069 eaea M.eaa
29 do of 1,000 each 99.060
9 Approximations of $2,000 each to the
IS ApprexlmaWoas of $1,000 each, 9 to eaeh
of the $160,066 prises... , 18,069
2 ApproximatioBa of $40 each to the $68,-
009 prize... i.ion
1799 Prizea of $100 for the 179!) numbers ten!a-
aliag With the figare MmUar to that of
the termmaUag Bgare of the ant capi
2,141 Priseaami'g to SpaatehDok 81,338,699
PRICE IK CTJRRNXCy.
Whole Ticket, Halves, Qaartero,
S1W 99 '
nrthe, Teatas, Tweaaietoa,
830 $19 $
Pxues caabed, orders ASed aad faferatoetoa girea free.
TAYLOR &OOn Bankers,
J89w4 11 "Wall St., Y,
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Cortw itrMt, But Ki a tke !ka,
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LARGEST AND BEST
STOCK OF GOODS
la aajr. laaymar breagat to Artaeas.
FURNITUltE k BEDDING,
Wait Fapar, Wtodcw Mad,
. TTALXUT BRACOTS, Ac.
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PraaeaK April 11. MT7.
JVjBTF DEPASTURE !
Thtre'i Jloiwy ia It. r .
CttWEi THAN TNE CNIUimfT t
ef atoOMBrtok Store,
8000WIX 8TXXKT, - - MUWGtrXT. A.
Has deaiiiod to dfewoae af afaafa
am pa?w4C HUU VrBH( 0riPBa
FIRST COST :
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Valuable Real litat I
Aa toaasoHon ef goeda aad proporty saMaMsd. rary
tatag w aa ateaeti eat, aatt m ibk mm x wb
HYnUOEMENlS ! WDVGEHMNTXt
CaB aad eumtne.
Preseett, May 2, 138.
GUILFORD HATHA WAV,
PROPRIETOR OF TXX
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STAKES,
Graxite St.. bet. Geftdwia it OorltM.
At t Aa4jf9a)B) aTaMCrBU KvVss tesaftit4Hl mt teaav4 rattk
Mr OriH always oa 1
Prateett, Aa. S, 1877.
OAKS mid WILLOWS
H. T. Crum, ' - PrsjprlirtfMr.
The BBderalgBed, proprietor ef the Oakc-asd, WaV,
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"W A. T E E I
A wtod-atal has beta arreted aad taroaaea: Mt a for
the purpose ef farHtohtog water to aaiaua, tor waiek '
ehaigea wffl. be made
Fort sat !... Metsaaek,
Oreriaalatak 5 etc. eaea.
. X. T. CRITSf,
uau aad WBtowa, Jai; ae, 1878.
MOXTEZUXA 8TKEHT, PJtMCOTT,
NEST TO BUCK'S BARBS. SHOFl
Bakery & Coffee Saloon !?
Oeod Bread Eight Leava fcrlLtN.
The Saleea wia always b fbaadwith deed wraisabtto
Vfivl C4SBaala j
T FKAXK ALXXM A 00, - .
Preeeett, AagBet 12, 1896. . ' ,
First-elaaa Wfttob wrk Flee Wateaee sad 71m Jew
Special Notice f
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Jl COLI.BeB8t AXD AUTHOR OP M WBK1A& A)
PHYSIOLCVBICAI, X88AY8 1 COLLKAtttJK y XI
FRSXOK ASSOCIATlOX OT "SPJiOIALMtM,' ,
jrrc, awf ee eoaimieu ea j
Nervous and Muscular Pnwtra- .
tion, Premature. Exhau- T
tion of Vitality, Etc., i
Aad sdmiolslara Ma IXKALLIaLX SPBOIAZ MN(- .
of taese afe deetreylag dlaeaaea. DS. S. BATr&a
... 3i i
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OFFICE Aiq) RESIDIKCS, . .1
114 Powell Stroet.i
XXXT SLOCK TO BdXSWIX
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