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'. J. Butlwr, Editor.
TTe xsaosaced tie cosapJrtjba of bsild
isacs etc, afirw hs g, but rtiera to the
natter aiia becsase ve hTe been there ad
exanused tie preaise slace tie mentioa 1-
I Iodtd to, and because ire rezllj regard tbe
FRIDAY, NOVE3IBER 19, 1875. j , iiwp rarfj
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, , j "tOT a icer, because otters caniot touo-sr
t, units tier can bsild mountains for ehti-
f" J0pl wer.cowrMU.inoaat ! mesa with
zui, trifei tiirpf tf JW prior io fifteea in all direction, ind surround '
- . - . i
sssnu ctzmxvj ttct mm u art. jvgaue to tutf. of terf ,bas practical keeping ill
T. J. Better, the pretext prvprUlvr. zwx Granite creek which for
milts is entirely dry rises jast above tbe
barn and runs br the premises ia a bold
lijBdil to & Xhar IT. S. JEScy xa X. U. load
New Tori, Nor- 12. The Graphic1 spec
ial dispatch from Wasihagtca, says that it
is believed that the President's message is
referesce to the Cabin question will sife bo
pared for a rireos policv in dealing with J lb" ever jted the IV.-
Spainia resarf to Cafca." Xeeotiatk.ns are ritorj in that capacity, and if his moen
known to be in progress between represent-! dtioos m m3uie eSt,vc d?C , ,m"
tire men from Ccbo. Porto Kico,tian Domta- f ; . " . ,
posds of ore from their Pinal sice, recently
dkcoTeredfor shipsent to Saa Franefeco.
Tests show it to be worth cse thousand
dollars per ton asd inasy of the chunks show
satire silrer. Oae chesk wtlghiBg three
handred pocsdsis belkred to be worth three
U. S. Indian Inpeefor Kenble is making
the most thorosrb inspection of Indian af-
tkl dU art pnyaUe V JL XaHnu AH it sn ?.h I Mr f ,nt"L,5nr i S lnd Ha-rti Iookin ,0 t0 lhem
ODoer one goremnieai as soon cpsiiij
That the rerooral of Jode Dcnne will be
efected we hare no doubt, and that his
eocr&e in opp&silion to oar public Kbool sys
tem will hare been tbe C2Qe of it we hare
as little doobt; for aide from his bigotry in
strong stream at all exon of the year, and
agsin hides itself in tbe sand for a mile or so
cntil it mingles its waters with those of the
Verde, which fiows for a
His stable, chicken boas?, cow and sheep
through an almost inaccesabl box
religious matters as asainst scalar educa- corrAU etc- are xboul fiDl-ted' and are TT
tion, we hare failed, with all the blaster that
has been made about it, to see where he has
Leen remi in bie daties as a judge.
With reference to the school, be has oat
raged tbe wmtiment -f the intelligent por
tion of tbe people of the Territory and of
the country. He has done so in tbe face of
the earatst protestations of his best friend.
complete, though some additional sbeds will
be rHroessary for winter.
His residence, is situated on an eleration
abore tbe creek, though bidden away down
in a canon and surrounded by high moun
tain?, i; built at a cost of some 3,00i), and
bt all tbe modern conrenitnees of a subur
ban villa. The main baildins h 32x32. A
and now must take what it brings. Had be partition runs through it from east to west
taken an enlightened and progressive view in the center, learing two rooms on the
of tbe educational question, as was his wont j north side, each 16 feet square. These are
elsewhere, co man had fairer prospects for j the parlor and sitting room, tbe latter bar
preferment and lasting popularity. Fortu- j ing a Sre place, is richly carpeted and ele
nately for humanity, his efforts to break gantry furnished. Ia tbe parlor, which isalso
down secular schools has proren unarailing, ' the library and office, are desks book cases
and, though a man of splendid legal attain- j etc., all conreaiently arranged. The balance
xnents goes down instead, it is far better that s of tbe building is cut up into bedrooms,
one man should pensb in his reputation than j kitchen, pantry, etc. A well at the south
that a whole future popu'&tion should be j east corner of the kitchen, and connected
doomed to a life of ignorance and s.upcrsti- with it by a snug little porch, supplies the
tioa. Those who have looked on from a dis
tance and viewed the matter dispassionately
have come to a right conclusion. Tbe San
Francisco Alta arraigns our Chief Justice on
precisely tbe same grounds maintained by
the Mlveb, throughout this controversy, viz:
His opposition to public schools maintained
by the Territory and free alike from Protest
antism, Catholicism, Spiritualism, 3Iormon
im, Judahism and all other religious ism,
where the children of the rich and the poor
ehall have an equal chance to receive a good
common school education.
place with pure water, and immediately to
the east of the well is a stone cellar, built
partly abore and partly below the surface of
the ground. An excellent road over the
mountain to Mr. Binghart's place in Chino
Valley, a distance of a mile an I a half, has
just been completed, so that Mrs. Marion and
the young General can go back lnd forth to
visit the old folks at pleasure, the youngster
is not quite old enough to make it on fojt, houses robbed , mail carriers and inspects
as yet, but from the rapidity with which he
sails over the floor the chances are that it
will not be Ion? before he will have to be
either through diplomacy or war, relaxes its
hold upon Cuba and Porta Rico.
Victoria, Xov. 12. Rer. Father Braban,
the Roman Catholic missionary, recently
wounded bv the chief of an Indian tribe 02
the coast of Vancouver Island, arrived to-day
in tbe war ship Rocket. Tbe Priest, though
suffering severely from a gunshot wound in
the hand and a second one in the back which
latter it was thought would prove fatal, is
mending slowly with chances of recovery.
San Frandsco, Nov.JIo. The city was vis
ited by a sharp shock of earthquake at ten
minutes to eight last night, which continued
nearly seven seconds.
A. J. Bryant, president of the Pacific
Jockey Club, says the chances are that the
big race will not come off before thanksgiv
ing day. No attempt will be made to run
until the track is in perfectly good order.
New York, Nov. 15 The wool market
has been unsettled, owing to several failures
among manutacturers. I be enect of taese
failures has been demoralizing upon the trade
Saa Francisco, Nov. 15. Gold in New
York. 114 and ll-l'- Greenbacks in San
Francisco. SGi and 87j.
Washington, Nov. 15. Vice President
Wilson continues to gain strength rapidly.
Brownsville, Texas, Nov. 15. The federal
grand jury in their report say that from
Brownsville to Pecosyor, a distance of CCC
uiiles in length, American rancheros have
been ordered to leave their homes by .Vexi
can raiaers on pain ct aetu, ana tnat 01 e
hundred thousand head of stolen cattle are
driven to Mexico annually by Mexican ma
raudera. A mimber of federal officers have
been assasinated, post offices burned, custom
. . - - - -1 t ,J
-re, ile ca? aireafir TiMlea me vuiuiauu
and Papago Agencies, and will soon go to
General Kautz, Commanding Department
of Arizona, arrived from Prescott last night
and will remain here a few days.
Ycma, Nor. 15. An earthquake shock of
forty seconds duration and of much greater
force than those heretofore reported visited
us at 2:39 p. m. to day. The earth trem
bled or rather shook tremendously, clocks
were stopped, and ia some instances chim
neys partly shattered to pieces, adobe walls
were cracked badly. Three or four small
waves succeeded the first great shock at in
tervals of 13 or 20 minutes.
Maricopa, Nov. 15. At 2:41 this p. m. an
earthquake shock was distinctly felt at this
place for four seconds.
Tnis is the way a Sc. Louis journal Mates
it : uTlie advantage nf having a dress-reform
woman for a wife: Time, midnight; scene,
a bed chamber; two pair of pants hanging
over a chair : enier bloody-minded burglar;
sees pants. Aha ! curses on 'em ! ose man I
would carve, tiro I will not face !' Exit bur
glar, in alarm. Burglar deceived ; only one
man m bed ; other pants be'ong to the wife."5
LECTUB E I!
By CoL H. C. HODGE.
BT REQUEST, COL HODGE TOLL DELIVER A
Lfctare. at lie dean Hooe, 5a VirKZ, co
Saturday Evening, SoYember 20, 1875,
Tixir E5sT aodfuCtKM. rt'irv-x tit xai wHl aiw
crre as arcoca: of ill 'brir ol-i mdhiuss acd Itrradi. c-b-taisrd
frost thtii oil witrt isSuriDrd mrn, d crirgr
thrre ttmI'i tUI: to t&eir Vm tbe past sssssrr.
Lecture will begin at 7 o'clock.
Admission, - Sl.OO.
Tktru far tbe -r-oHple- baatt-t pbts In iam
aad at the Port Trader. Fort WWppI.
I will tell by PuWie Aocikm, ocaccwest of T7iUy Stao
dtkr asd uhtrt, in fruct of Ibc Cuoat j llciJdic. oa
Saturday. Xorember iJOth,
ABOUT 20 PINE AMERICAN
WORK & SADDLE HOBSES,
Harness, Etc., Etc.
The alovf :ock is all focsd asd is pood eceiitStn.
Also, LOT OF SUNDRIES.
J. Ix PISHER, Auctioneer.
Prrffott. Nov. 12, IcTj.
The Alta of Oct. 30th, had an article, I caged to prevent his running away and visit
wnicn we una too long lor our present pur- jng his grand parents without the consent of
pose, atscusing tbe matter, and in its issue his immediate enardian
wi t oIB occurs ineiouowmg: j The sheep, except ten old patriarchs of
"We have heretofore expressed our onin- v0 ,-,. j r
Supreme Court of Arizona, should be dlV j course we dindn t see them, but they are
missed from his office to make room for some 1 50UJe j5 in number and in a fair way to
other man better fitted for the place; and j make their owner rich. One old gran d fa -this
article h written as a solicitation to be ther of a nnmemns nrrvcnrr 4fosij; K-
States, whose Department includes the Fed
eralJudicial officer. We nresent the fol
lowing reasons for this application:
First Oa the 2d of Februiry, Judge
Dunne delivered a public address at Tucson,
denouncing the Territorial Public School
Law, tipon the validity of which he might be
called upon to decide judicially. It is not
proper for a Judge to become a partisan in
such matters, and any disregard of that rule
or propriety i a good reason for dismissal.
Second Justice Dunne, in the course of
bis address, said "the State has no inherent
right to teach." That is a denial of the
right of the States tomaintain schools. He
thus declares himself openly the enemy of
one of tbe fundamental principles of the
Third We believe the majority of the
Republicans and Democrats of the Terri ton
desire the. dismissal of Judge Dunne."
supreme ooniinion over the
realm, and by way of showing us bis author
ity gave the proprietor a jolt in tbe stomach
with his head wdich made him hasten out of
the corral and beg Moses' pardon for intru
ding on his domain.
White Mocktai.v Ixdiajvs. It appeara
From the Tucson Citizen of Nov. Cth:
Sergeant Boutelle informs us that tbe line
between Camps Apache and Grant will be
completed in about thirty days. The poles
are all up and all the wire strung with the
exception of fifty milt-s south of Goodwin.
Tbe wire fur this part of the line is expec
ted to arrire tLi3 month. Lick of material,
heavy rains in the mountains and the rocky
nature ol the country, delayed this work a
great deal. Toe Iine'to Camp Grant is now
completed, and communication will be had
with that post next Monuay.
from the statements of tbce who have the j Owing to a mistake in not yetting a right
best opportunities for knowing that the re- auger, work on the an,ian wells is
moral of the white mountain Indians from ' mporarily delayed, but step- are taken bv
Apache to San Carlos is 7erv incoim,!te in S le!e?Ph to remedy the matter as quickly as
fact we have leen furnished by a friend there
with the following statemmt of the number
atill remaining at Apache who refuse to go,
and who say they were promised by Gen
eral Howard that that should be their home
forever, so long as they behared themselves.
He ays there are eight of tbe largest bands,
atill there and that they number in the ag
gregate between 900 and 1,000, and as there
were only 1,800 all told, he thinks with
thoe off in the Pinals and elewhere Mr.
ill - .
ium must nave a rerv small number nf
A rumor prevails that a new military post
is to be established near tbe Sonora line at
the head of San Pedro river. Near the na
tional boundary i.s the proper piece for the
troops in times of internal eace.
The Sonora authorities claim that armed
organizations to aid the revolutionists in So
nora, are being affected in Tucson. In this
as in almost everything those authorities do
and fc-ay, they are wrong. Individuals,
mostly citizens of Sonora, singly and in par
tics, small in number, have always passed to
ana iro between iucson and bonora. and
m;,, i, . " " "' meyseiaom ever go unarmed. Jn the latest
bite Mountain Apaches at San Carlos, j disturbed condition of Sonora, which ein-
xuu- ui. .pacue are clamorous lor rations to oraced a couple ol lorced contributions of
which they believe themselves entitled, but I money, by government, the movements of
npufiip t " ...11. ... 5 .
tuu.nuuuuvina mahc tueir own
living.by hunting and gathering nut and
seeds, rather than go to the low lands and
run tbe risk of sickness in a country and cli
mate to which they are not accustomed.
They want to remain in the mountains
where they were born. It is the land they
The California papers receh'ed on Monday
bring nows of the death of Mayor James
Otis, of San Francisco Nov. 4, which our
press dispatches failed to chronicle. Mayor
Otis was born in Boston in 1827, came to
California in tbe early days as a member of
the firm or Macondray & Co. Has held
many honorable positions all or which be
has filled to the entire satisfaction of his con-
stinentsand dies regretted by the entire peo
ple of San Francisco and tbe State. W. J.
Forbes editor of Meaure for Measure, at Bat
tle Mountain, Nevada, also died recently at
that place, and no mention was made of it in
the. dispatches. Mr. Forbes wa well known
as a witty and crisp writer, having gained
quite' reputation in that line. He began
his editorial life in Downeville, afterwards
be reaored to Humboldt, Nevada, and pub
IkM tkn Register at Unionville, then the
Treps St. Virginia, the White Pine News
at H&miltoo, aad finally the Measure for
MesiHreatlUttk! Mountain, where he died
rnddahr, uaviaf been, found dead in bibbed.
Baia am been, falling ec different parts of
Sonora citizens back and forth have been
more than noticeable ; but as to anv special
organizations m Tucson, as claimed by So
nora, there are. none.
Sergeant Phcedovius finished bis work in
Tucson Thuirdav and yesterday went to
tamp Lowell to adjust the Siynal Service in
struments at that point, alter which he will
goto rnocnix, Wickenberg, Pn-ecott and
Verde and complete his work in Arizona and
return to San Diego.
The Court-house, jail and County Rpcord-
cjs uuiiin pmcm a very tasty appearance
since tue painter nas been at them, in accor
dance with the orders ol the Supervisors.
The doors and windows, including their cas
ing?, arc very neat in their new coats of
E. B. Poinroy, United States District At
torney, returned from Prescott on Thurs
day stage, whither he has been for several
weeks on official business. He expressed
himself highly pleased with his reception by
Tbe "Old Mine" company are taking very
rich ore out of the Old Miue. and are put
ting up an extensive furnace at their Ostrich
A man by the name of Edmond Ronayne,
Past-Master of Keystone Lodge, No., 639
A. F. and A. M., Chicago, having been ex
pelled from all the rights and privileges of
the order for unraasoaic conduct, is trying to
get even by travelling over the country lec
turing against masonry and illustrating hie
Iectures by pretending to confer the three
symbolic degrees in public His must be
quite a show. "By jove he beats the great
of customs killed while in the discharge of
j their duties, and the perpetrators of these
crimes have gone unpunished. A feeling of
general insecurity of life and property pre
vails on the border.
3Iontreal, Nov. 15. The Guibard faneral
takes place to-morrow. Tbe Commissioner
of the Dominion police, has ordered out tbe
military to the number of 965 ; men nil this
force will be required as some five thousand
people are expected in the cemetery and
though the troops have received orders to
keep all persons out of the grounds who
have no business inside, the order can only
be a dead letter. AH members of the Insti
tute Canadienne will go up heavily armed,
The feeling of the people is anxious and un
easy. No notice was taken of the matter in
any of theJtoinanCatbolic Churches yester
Salt Lake, Nov. 15. A writ of Habeas
Corpus has been served on the U. S. Mar
shal to bring Brigham Young before Cbiet
Justice White on the 7th. Eighteen indict
ments for polygamy have been found by the
grand jury in Idaho against the 3Iormon
residents of Franklin, Idaho.
San,FranciiCo, Nov. 1G. Pools were sold
at the Lick House on the deferred four mile
race at about the same averages as hereto
fore. Washington, Nov. 16 BJegario the chief
of the Temecula Indians is here accompanied
by an interperter. He has had an interview
with Secretary Chandler, and asked immedi
ate relief for his band recently ejected from
tbe Temecula ranch by the Sherifl of San
Diego County in execution of the judgment
of the Court. He claims that his band so
ejected consists of 800 persons. Secretary
Chandler expressed much interest in the case
and promised to do all that he could. He
then explainedthat tbe adjustment of tbe
matter did not rest with the department
alone or mainly, but will require the action
San Francisco, Nov. 16. Weather is un
settled and the rainy season appears to have
commenced in earnest.
All this afternoon there has been a heavy
rain. There has been slight advance in pri
ces of feveral leading stocks : Ophir to day
37i ; B. &. B. 341; Con. Va., 252 ; G. fc C.
14; Savage 66; Cal., 53; Overman 43$.
Jacket 65; Point 27J. '
Gold in New York 114f and 114.
Greenbacks in San Francisco 86 and 87.
San Bernardino, Nov. 18. A few days
ago a party of Mexicans attackted a station
at Willow Springs 40 miles from Pamiinint
and proclaimed that they were Chavez -and
band. They tied up the .station keeper,
Wm. Riley, Vbrced a teamster to go with
them through the station, robbed a traveler
of S700, cleaned out Deckers train and left
for the mountains. Riley's wife was not mo
lested. San Diego, Nov. 18. The Ancon arrived
yesterday and sailed for San Franrisoo to
day. The rain has been general throughout
the State. Glass has started and fanners
and stock men are happy. More ground has
been ptowed and grain planted than any
San Diego, Nov. 15 At 25 minutes to
3 o'clock this p. m. a shock of earthquake
strong enough to rattle buildings and
alarm the people occurred in this city, last
ing about thirty seconds. The vibration
was from West to East. There was no
injury done so far as we bejr.
San Diego, Nov. 19. Hon. It. C. McCor-
m:ck is delayed hereon account of his wifs
health. Will probablr leave for
Tucson, A. T., Nov. 1G. Got. Saffordand
J. . McCAXDLESS.
PHYSICfAX Vr SUKGEOX,
East side of Mouteznma St, bet. Guxley &
Willis 3 doors north of Head & Co."s
At the M &tvcc (! ti party's in Clioo Va!l-r,
Scalar. Xoressber Uth. JtTj. by Hon. IL II. Carter,
Probata J&irt JlE. V- S. 1ENwli, innmzn oi tbr AE
IZL a ! HE OSc to Jllss JEXME. diophler ot Mr.
aad Mn. Gurye Bac chart.
Tlx marriiice is tie a-"fi beautiful and arreable, ire
Usry. of ill oct enrthlr relatkcs; ia fact as we witne-
ed tbe cereiower ttutt -tabl:hrd tii relatjce, ve tboacht
ire wvmiM tirap all tie balasre cf oar relations for soci a
reladoa. asd as we drcre rack to town ia tie darfcae-.
witlwct aar soch relatioa. we locked, aad such tiourbts
a tiese iarolnatarSr pressed tbesaetTe njxm cs :
Th foaataiss nuccle with the river.
Aid the rirer with the .je-aa :
The wiads of Leaves tr.ir Jcrrver
ita a sweet ezswtioa.
The coaaiaic lis hizh fcearen.
Asm tbe waves rlap oar another,
No sisser flower troold be fo; rives
If it disdaiaed it's brother "
At tte rejd-cce ot the bride's jeretit, ia Chino Valler.
Wedcesdar. November IT. 1.7.7 hi- 11. H It for.".
Probate Jndee. JIk. Jomx Llotii FiMip.it ..n..-
&rv1 rii"rt-!.ir f. .nk. 1 "i.i.v . f . ... . ... - f . - . . . ...
uuKi-ierui jix. aau .mis. uavid W. Shivers.
Owicg to the tact that this event traastn'rrd ia the mid
dle vf the week we vere obliced, very reluctantly, to
reg tae pleasure ol atteudine the weddinp, bat return
uuia&g or aa lnntation to do to. Seeing tno of our 'taff
drop eff in a single week, we bepao to fear we ftwuid
lose the devil and preimaa net, aad in order to dis
suade them, hammed one of Sam JLathrop's old sosrs m
their ears, berlnaiD " Wedlock is a ticklish ihin.- but
it was no go, by some naaccountab'e aod subtle it.au-
eace we found ocrself in harmi-ny with the irevailiasr I ",n m"nths Imm the firt pubtication f this Dote. to th.
spirit of the time and saa? that ther I aid administrator, at hi ott.ee in I'hteatr, Jlnricvpa
vuuiy. I, M. IIL KY.
Adm'r Estate of Frtak Cofgrove, decease!.
WM. M. BUFFUM
Stfli Occupies the Old Stand, WM
And is in receipt of alaelatee
New and Desirable Gobfc
Witi ethers Ordered and cn the Way
H rucrrr al tie rchlle frxV.j
as kerrto&re. iu.Ttii.-sy thej- ajj ij tbTwiyf
Staple & Fancy Dry Coodt
LACIE3' AED GENTLEMEjfS- ,
MENS AND BOYS HATS
Boots axid. Slioes, 4
PERFUMERY & Tr.TT.Trr ABTJCT.Tj
HARDWARE, TIN & WOODERWaM
GE0CE5ST, GLASS USD EASTHZII'AIE
PAPER HANGINGS, LAMPS, CLOCKS,
.Minis? and Farming Te.lt,
T:thr -ci'-h many cthrr thiii, wHifh -r
mectifced Givr mw a Call.
l'z-hcun. June IT, leTS.
"Like the lark, are so brimfull of cladaess and love
-T-l .11 . . , . " . . . '
iuc green ueius oeiow taem, me Dlue sKy above.
That he sinjfs aad she siegs and furever slag ther,
I kive ray lo e aad mv love loves me."
J. C. OTIS,
Coroner. Puftlic Administrator,
and Justice of the Peace.
One Door North of Kelly & Stephens'.
Sale of Town Lots.
Xoticeis hereby civea that there wHl bea sale eftowa
Sots bekinginr to the Village f Vnrxll, by Public Aue
Saturday, November 20, IS75.
At 11 o elk a m. Br order cf the Village C.-naeil.
Atte-t: C- A. LUKE, ilavor.
IL IL CaKTIT.k. Kecorder.
IVescott, Oct. s, IsTj.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IN THE MATTKK OF THE
Estate of FRANK COSGROVE. dee'd.
Xo!ice is htrebr riven br the unders'imed. administra
tor of tb estate Frank C-crov-. abased, to the cred
itrs of and all prs-os havioc claim atfaliut sid deeeas
ed; to exhibit tlx-m. with tbe n-eery Touch r. within
Pharnix. A. T Xor. 9. 175.
THE CLIPPER NULLS
Have established a Dew
On the West side of Granite Creek,
Corner 3IcCormick & Gurlev St:
hre the rroprietors. Me.rs. WILEY .t P Asrrv -sti
always have on band all kinds of building lumber.
The JlilU are situated eight miles south of Irestt. in
iiutii oouy oi timoer in avaf-ai Codnty, and have
- Always on Hand.
pyParticular attention Hven in nnU a firm
"""''. ana will be u'led with disratfh.
t WILEY &. CASEY.
1 ICKU11..AUV. rj, JC.J.
ID. IVT. BK.-STA.ISr,
Ha3 located with Dr. J. N. McCandless, in
bis New OfEce, oa
MOii'IiaUKA STEEET, 5crJi of Phia, PBESCOTT.
Satirfaction guaranteed in everr case, and ehari-e
J. A. LAMBERSON,
Of Walnut Grove, for
In any Quantity from One Sack to
Lost S 1 0 Reward.
A eanarr bird with head and win;r tinned with bLu.1r
The above rewaid will be fa:d th" finder by dfliverii
the same to th the undersicced in Pnsrwit.
Prescott, Oct. 9. 1S73.
CHEAP JOH V
J. C. DALY,
rlAKNESS A IV D SADDLE
-A. k: e s,.
Repairing of all Kinds Done at the Short
SHOP OS GRANITE STv-Hatliatray's old Scop.
CHEAP JOHN'S ST0EE.
We have just received the Nicest and '
ijargest Stock of Christmas Goods ever
opened In Prescott, and will sell
them off now at half price.
Come One, Come All. Before They:re Gone!
CHEA JOHH. CHEAP JACK
TEUHITOltT or Aeizoxa, Plaintiff,
V CLTCJIKMIMXG COJII'AXT. ETC. Defendant
By Tiitne of tbree several executions ijaed out of the
Wstnc. Court of the Third Judicial DiXt ?" d for
.... -- 2 "ieuoaiiiecinua-otOctolior lrC'.
and to me directed and deliver!, 1 have levied 5
the right. Utle and Merest of tte v"ure i Wcra
rany. the abovn nnrr,i .i.r. .. t . . . ra
.rdui ..." " Da .,0. tferonow-
. " . . uH5, lying and beiao- In th
County of Yavatialc-resaid. to-wft. n the
The Vulture Quartz Mill, containing 40 stamwi and lt
machinery tertaininv th
short earT-nt.. .. .Z .T "" OlacSsmith
, . i - --""i-i uuitr, siore noa-e. cssar uffie
J.W DAVIS, - - - A. NEWTON.
THE LATEST STILE OF DRINKS !
Punches Made for Parties at
the Shortest Aotice.
CALL AND SEE THEM AXD YOU WILL
GO AGAIX !
Fine Club Rooms Attached.
CU & T. IIATDEX.
tiayarn s Ftrry,
Jiurtcnpa County, A. T.
Jropai County, A. T.
CHAS. T. HAYDElSf & CO.,
EVERY VARIETY OF MERCHANDISE,
Have constantly on band that superior brand
and .ixtr acr'f l.n.i . ,C. . ... JTJ5 U3e paired yuea ixuus, aiSO
, uc.Btuna saop, one dwelling hoci
cook house, one rhleL-n r, ..1" ? on
Uke oven, one .Uvte. on, building for storeTd "cTrr8
W shop, and oce wwder marazine- the U Jf10
belnr .but, at tbeS-ultureTin? Xotki
Notice Uhereoyfven i
Saturday, December 11, 1875.
t 1?,,ock' Boon' Voltore MiUand Vulture M In.
Ia said Couuty of YavanaL I will sell at 4
as the law direct,. m StJJS11 ?7W,e de.
above named d,r.. ,Z '' .Yr.S '?,e f
mentioned rr.l.: L'. ?V"e eibed and !
Dated hL l 51 7.rJ ""SS? ,or
- - . .luTesiuer, icio.
gUriff of sarapai Conatr. A.T.
BETTRTI TIT A V -d v
ocfutes hare here sixty- fire hundred j S.o'aS,
and Cracked Wheat.
Are now receiving a large assortment of
Direct from New York,
OR SAX.TG LOWPOR JASH.
Prcott, September 10, ?g & CO.
Of Everu Class and. Kir, A
M0.TEZUUA BAR & BILLU1I
S A L O O IT .
MONTEZUMA STREET, PRESCOTT.
We have recently renovated asd fixed up oar Sllixt
ia n style, and have incr hut the choicst
WIXES, LIQCOKS. and CIGARS.
FOR OCU PATKOXS AXD THE PUBUC
We have two of J.Straile i C"' taest TaVet. wi
De!ancys I'ateat wire csshioas, which are far saperuc Is
any others now ia use. Bniiardists will please call ui
jadre fur themselves.
We have a Cluli Room, for ratlemen. attached o tie
C. A. LUKE L CO.
JEWELER AXD ASSAYER.
South Side of the Plaza, Prescott
Dealer in Clocks. Wa'ches and Jewelry. J.wslrr st
all kinds made to mier. Repairicr d"e" earrfally tsi
promptly. OoUl aad Silver bnlliun ref zed. bonrit tai
sold. AH kinds f ore pronptly and properly assajed.
BENJ. H .WEAVER.
Montezuma St, Opposite Dan Hatx' Hew
Is prepared to faraish 3Iiaer. Farasers aad CTcrrMIr
Suar, Tea, and Coffee,
SPICES, CANNED GOODS
Of all kinds, and a steers 1 allotment of
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
LdST Country Produce bought at livicg rates.
OIA- WETiElt. WILLIAM HOIS.
NEW BAKERY AND CHOP-HOUSE.
The ncdersised bee to inferm the public that thsy r
cow ranniafr a
HAKKRV AXD CHOP-HOUSE
IX JOHN LAt GHLIX-S BUILDING, MOSTZZDHA
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
He The bt of RREAD. PIES and CAKES lw!jl
oa hand, for sale cheap. WEBER &. H0KX.
Prescott, August 0. 1575.
Wit. X. KELX.T. T. A. PTCTUC
KELLY & STEPHENS,
1ST E "W S AGENTS
And Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Tol3acco3 Cigars, Confectionery
Fancy Goods, Yankee Notions,
Gnns, Pistols, Cutlery,
Hosiery, Buck Gloves,
Figs, Dates and Nuts,
Gents' Furnishirs Good
Jnt received, an assortment of FRESH GARDES
SEEDS, superior to any ever before offe-ed in tbisnisf'
ket. .Xorth side ot Plaza, Prescott, Arizona. f5
AHIZ0NA ASSAY 0FPICE.
J. ROSENTHAL, ASSAYEB,
BUYS ALL QUALITIES OF
GOLD, SILVER OR LEAD ORES.
Assaying Ores, and Assaying aad
-Ueltins Gold and Silver
Bars at the Shortest
Notice, and Guaranteed
CORRESPOND WITH THE U.S. MINT.
Cortes St, East Side of Plaza.
Preieott, September 3. 1ST3.
T . OTTO.
HEAL ESTATE AND MONEY
Liid. Loan Office.
One Door North of C. P. Head Co-
3Ionteznma St.. Prescott.
tfrELLm OF PERUVIAN BAIT WOT 0
, . .roiWr .f iron at KKM ALL'S, .Dmr.S