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I ffiWW SftKV l LETTER FROM FHCEXIX. I BY
II T. J. Kutler. Editor!
FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1876.
The following among other proceedings
have been b&d in the District Court so far:
The Court met May 1st. Wm. Wilkerson,
Court Commissioner and Clerk and EL F.
Bowers, Sheriff, but the Judge being absent
court was adjourned from day to day until
3Iay 8th, when Judge Charles A. Tweed ar
rived aud opened court in the afternoon.
Spedil to tie Xiaar by IT. 8. JDlitarj tz& W.U. Liaeal
L. BASHFOED & CO'S COIUM
Editor Mixeii: In these latter days the
District Court was holden in Phoenix, termi
aating on the 5th of the present montli, over
which Court the venerable. Judge Tweed
presided. As I was not a party before the
.said Court, I will assume the office of re-1
I notice the case of the Territory vs.
Louis . Davis, for an assault upon W. H.
Drum. The person assaulted ran away, so
as not to appear before the Court as a wit
ness, he being bribed oy the defendant in . , . . . ,,rmm!. efforts were being made to secure his escape,
u ra. j. r " r-" j out Mr. Farktir latletl to take
Chicago, May 11. General Crook reached
Cheyenne yesterday en route to the Indian
Agencies where he is going to organize the
friendly Indians as an auxiliary force to .ac
company him against the Sioux. He is
waitinsr for horses and men and the cxnedi-
: . i. i.-r r..r,n.i. c him in jail for safe keemnjr, but which ad
"uu "Ul ",u,v-" vice liesnv fit to isrnoro : lib wasalso notified
of the troops are now mf-rchinff on Fetter- by the U. S. District Attorney, two or three
man and the necessary supplies are rroine days before tbe escape of the prisoner, tliaf
I desire to call the attention of the public
to certain posters, dated on the loth inst. una
sLmed bv F. D. Parker. Deputy U. S. Mar- I
slial. 3d District, Arizona, wherein he says, Levi Beaiford.
'David Dodd Chandler, etc, escaped from
jail, at Frescott, on the night of May 12th,
1876," etc jJfow, the impression mado by
this statement is utterly false, waso intend
ed, and is as malicious as it is false. Chand
ler has never been in jail at this place, nor
in inv custody in any manner whatever. It
is true that Mr. Parker was advised to place
L. BASHFORD & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
the case. Phccnix desiring the presence of
this vagrant who has
mv stens to
rrrnnt train lpfr. Laramifi fnr .thf Hills Vftstpr- nnwnr it. Vnrthfrmnr tli in-tiornl im-
been warned away , w-cent murders bv Indians have made pression of those who know the fact is, that
from most of the towns of this Territory, ad;.cnture3 more cautiou, The weak trains SyiitZ
the Court sent its process to Florence by dclaved at Fort Laramie bv troons and any steps to prevent it. was in connivance
I : a a "it j i. ..."ti 1 1 1 i. i
Murat Masterson and F. L. B. Goodwin telegraph, and byits noble efforts arrested the ot ,,' j to nr0cced without sufficient )".th. IV At, a11 ev.e"ts' A'UJ,muv
. . . ;;.. e. :..,: ...v. i ki- . . irom ino auove laws mai uie prisoner es-
wcrc on motion and the presentation of '"a1" 1,uu' J""--. " u,ui;b"1 uau force to resist attack. Captain Egan s com- caped (if he did escape at all) from Mr. Par-
proofs 01 Tiaving been admitted to practice u unc OI U1.c 01C omcc OI lu,s couni-v mand has gone forward to Red Canyon
elsewhere lice nsed to practice law in anu louRU ia J.3!.1 in rnumx, wnere ne was
thin court KePt? """h who was also a witness
James Condrcn was admitted to citizen- in thc casc durinff thc term of thc Court.
ship, I the tax-payers of Maricopa county paying
3Ia$.9th. Judgment and decree of fore- for their support and the cost of their arrest
closure of mortgage rendered in favor of M"" transportation from Florence.
Camilo Castillo and against Wot. Banning. As 50011 as Drum was put upon thc stand
May lO.-Samuel Hamilton, on motion, his evidence was impeached, as everyone .,, f H ... ,n . - . . pr(1
nrf-ritAtion of rironer nroof. etc.. admit, anticipated: which makes creat cost to : . .i u j
ltd to ?vctice law in this court, Maricopa county tax-payers. Drum, on ao- u: , -, - j - PRESCOTT POST OFFICE.
I - . . - - I auiuut ilia iuijju (.UUli; Ul 111CUU3. I
James Monroe Sanford wa admitted to count of his flight from the process of the SaQ Franci M 15 Tho Steamer, Arrivals and Departures of Mafls.
citizenship on papers transmitted iron i the nneu y me noo. doage iweea cit of Pftnama was ruQ ,
n rtn'.i r C.. t ,... rii: I thp mi in nf twn hiinrlrnH nnil fifftr Hnllnra I I ' " cuoza
"""""r""' U1 wuucuiw cuuu, vu- -- - - dock last night by the Australian Steamer from CHltonta. Ern Stat. and Southern AmMl
lornia, showing the tiling ot a declaratory ' uue mi-.u a, cu imvc uuco on a Zclander ana injured so as to i?o to repairs MJy Thuaday. i TueKUyaisp.iLMd SaV
!!r!DthatC0th1r factoryon Commercial! Mineral Park, Cbat and "ofnU in Mo'hare.
ccruuuuic ui uicu usiosi. - street was burned this mornintr. los? 5.000. auJ I Monday, at - a. m
T r J T .3 T T I M laHa.nW .J i.liu rlA . I.: I 1 k-AM wa
ueop. former anu i,eon ijaymana were uuuuiuu uuu mij uuiia iur siriivmg supposed to be set by incendaries.
Indians fired into a small party near Chey
enne ranch a few days ago, killing an old
lady named Leggett, from Louisville, Ken
tucky, and a horse from under a man of the
New York May 11. The sudden death by
apoplexy or heart disease of Dr. W. W.
ker, and not from the jail at Preseott.
Ed. F. Bowkiis,
Sheriff of Yavapai County.
Preseott, May 15, 1S76.
la IVescott, May 18, 1876. of typboid pneumonia, Mr.
Hattia E. Cook, beloved wife of Hon. E. J. Couk, aged
Xew York and California papers pleaie copy.
aiso aumittca to ciuzcnsnip.
The suit of Bchan vs Hazeltinc was dis
missed by consent of Council, at Plaintiffs?
Francis E. Shircff was granted a divorce
from William Shireff.
the vagrant Drum.
Thc next important case was one where a
cyprien had assaulted one of her own kind,
both Mexicans. The case had been tried in
iutj ujitu oiimiayi irom vt to ivt A. M.
No money orden issued or paid on Sundari.
felStf THEO. W. OTIS,
From Santa Fe ( Netr Mexico;, ria Fortt Winrate and
Defiance and Camp Verde.
"Washington, 3Iay 15. Two million dol- Mond,lL"vd Tun,day. ' TuMdar McUy. s r. k.
lars were subscribed a few days ago at Phila- 61 Noy: mihi J ' uraQf u'w "a
delphia at a meeting of the stock holders Sa,orda' at 6 r-I Sundayi at 6 a. h.
a Justice's Court and dismissed without Twcas Pac5fic to close thc aP tcn Dal- Money order offic hour! from 9 m. to 3 r. .
1 oq nn h'nrf VVrfh tnrl Shnrmiri nnri I rK'iwuu uiuars ai l r- M.
fine; but our irraciblc and insatiable Prose- 1 oM open Sunday, irom a to lot a.
3Iay ll.-John Ryan, indicted by the cuting Attorney so worked the case up be- " 1S.PC"C ams win oe running on these
Grind Jury for highway robbery was fonnd fore the Grand Jury, that he secured a bill, VonT l . . JD SIX monl.ns- ine
guilty as charged. the result of which was that thc defendant r,uau m "P"u 11 v "us 1" 1U u-'er
Elizabeth A. Gauz was granted a divorce was fined two hundred and fifty dollars. umu "U3 C-M-;'"" uli'S u em ro
from Emil Ganz. Our Prosecuting Attorney, enlivened by his S iorwara to tnc lmnieaiate completion oi
George Bundy indicted as an accomplice brilliant success in this, his last case, caused c Tcxas dl"slons: T1e bill to extend the
of Ryan, was acquitted by the jury. the convening of a second Grand Jury; all umc on Ine mjim nnu'VH e reponeci la-
Thoiuas Burke was admitted to citizen- of which adds to the shrinkage of the pock- u,-v on sou aau " icgisiauon,
ship. et-books of the tax-payers of 3Iaricopa wuuier ine 0111 guaranteeing bonus snail be
May 18. John Hoover, indicted for steal- county. aeu on or not at tins session thc Company
v..,ne r n n .j. Tki, nn. t.. i i. v in ue wen prenarca lor the luture. ami it
jug iiaiuoa auu aauuic 1IU1II u JJ, f USlCf 1U3 "ii uiauu mhi, uy auuiB lUIlliirKU- I . , . . ' JOHV ItOniS'KOV
iin m.ni .w n:t'i 4 is ueuuvcu win resume operations in can-
uibuuj uiuiiutu u iiiu xiniiit;t Lliur- I
I J 1 . 1 M
Weinrite an Inpection of oar CarefollT Selected
Ladies' Hose, including'
Striped and Colored.
Children's Hose, in great variety ;
Corsets, Corset Trimming's,
Collars, Cuffs, Buchings,
Fancy Toilet Articles,
Bibbons & Jewelry.
Freight Four Cents.
OEOKGE YOUNG ii prepared to brinir fr;M ft-m
Ehreubcrjr to Precott at the rate of FOUIt CENTS ..r
ROBINSON & HILL.
Teas, Sugars, Coffees,
Canned Fruits & Vegetables,
Whole and Gronnd Spices,
Alden Dried F nits,
California Dried Fears,
Peaches, Apples, Grapes,
Pitted Plums, Currants,
Washing and Toilet Soaps,
canned uoney, strained and in comb,
Candles, Crackers. Nuts,
Baisins, Bacon, Lard,
Butter, Cheese, and E?es.
Potatoes, Corn, Flour, Etc., Etc.
' c" "
found trililtv nf trrnnrl lnrcnnr
o j o ..v. . v - ,.: i, : , , r .
Mnrthn Stlil.?na woe rrA A:nn nev. found out t hat r wa nowihl. fnr ,i ln rulul" ",c -v Mjry ciieenm
, ui.wu -i "- !: , .
from John Stebblns. of Mexican cypriens to swear to a lie, the liJL menus OI inL t'OUtraCtOl'S aUtt Bllilflftrs H K, T W ATf
l... uiuurprise. uoionei i nomas A. scott will
be the first witness before tlie Union Pacific
Joseph Sandon was admitted to citizen- consequence of which is (the Court not hav
cliin lUC tinio to trv thn C:tSV "Murirnnn rnnntv
Mv17w A v!mi"fi. tAt cM has four bawdv nrisoncrs to kinn untH it , investigating committee to-morrow and will
MiiUin-r Wniv TTnr,,.n next term, which is held in Sentember nnvr. vc an phmation oi the $04,000 loan.
weapon, etc. Jury disagreed and District Wof wliich comes out of the pockets of "testimony will prove thatMr. Blaine had
Attorney entered nolle prosoui. thc honest tax-payers of Maricopa county, " n to ,( J lthl; IIe promises such
Tofno, -r..in, ,.,i-t "m :-A:-t..A throuiT i the hero c efforts of our nohlo nis. ""l aui13 l"u TOiumiueo on mis
u.wuv uuu. iAuiiuiu lUUlklVU i "
bv the U. S. Grand .Tiirv for i ho murder nf tr,ct Attorney. Justice
Lawlef at Jort Jtfohave" were arrai"-ncd. E. Phoenix, A. t., Slay 8, 1876.
B. Pomroy for prosecution. Masterson and
Goodwin for' Leopold and Alsan and Ourv report orjTHE graxdjjuky.
Cincinnati, 3Iay 16. Thurman's friends
are still confident they will carry thc con-
IW BRICK AIVD STONE.
Stone Cutting, Plastering Cor
nishing, and all ornamental
work in these lines prompt
ly and neatly executed.
Tombstones and Marble Orna
ments made to order.
IK GREAT VARIETY.
For Mechanics, MinerB,
Mill Men and Artisans,
PIowb, Plow Steela, Scythes,
Rakes, Bellows, Anvils Axes,
Shovels, Hammers, Sledges,
Picks, Chisels, Piles, Saws,
Drills, Planes, Screws, Nails,
forMclonc. -.They each .took the ' statutory. 3"lrtl Judicial DMtrlct Court, May term. 187B
1 Judge C. A. Tweed, presldjnK.
time to plead.
The Grand Jury of Yavapai County, Ter-
CllPT Trv! rr?nv- t nto v rr. .
vention or secure an unpledged delegation :"dked.ck P-iri-,. wit CARRIABE & WAGON MATERIAL.
Jspokes, Hubs, Felloes,
Rims. Axles, Tongues,
Neckyokes, Single t Doubletrees
to tnc National convention. A meeting is
CJillcd to-night in the interest of Ex-Gover
Indianapolis, May 16. Two or three hun
dred delegates to the Independent Grecn-
Ta r Fourth of July. If we cannot ntory of Arizona, for the May term of 1870,
have' a real old fashionud h.irhnpiio 5iirh n resncctfullv renort:
our fathers and mothers were wont to in- That they have faithfully acted upon such back couvention have arrived, claiming to
dulge..in at each -.recurring anniversary of Business as was Drought to their notice by i"wcui i uues.
American Independence, let us at least siffJ District Attorney, and have devoted all Nashville, May lG.-Thc Republican
nalize.theonehundrnrlthr,fnrnnffh.,h,vlTJm matters State Convention meets here to-morrow
, .v j ijciuwmug iu uie wciiarc oi me iountv, as
meeting together, reading the Declarahcn of was brought to their attention. In accor
Indepcndencc and hearing from some one or dance with the recommendation of his
more of thc irifted orators in our midst. Honor Judge Tweed, we have visited thc
A. i oration 8iaWc , the tac and occasion SSTSZ
m( uiuau;, uauuug or wnaicvcr (icmonstra- ollices connected therewith.
tions.may be most agreeable and effective in Thc county jail appears to be clean and
showing those who are to come after us that comiortnble so tar as circumstauces will
we were glad the government had lived a T', 1,,e wnco nrouna uie jail, we find
huntr x.-nr- xhn u. to bc decayed and worthless, and m its con-
, ukr. struction calculated to aid the escape of
unguent genuemcn, we coniess mat person- prisoners. The cells we find to bc unsafe
ally we should be much pleased to hear, and unhealthy such state arising Irom the
Judge F. L. B. Goodwin talk on that occa- decayed condition of thc walls. The cells
8j0rit being too few and contracted in size for the
m number of prisoners confined: Wherefore,
u. , ,nmBM ,.,.. r 4l , j- the Grand Jury do most earnestly recom-
By kmanc proviswno he aw defen- mcnd that J ,)C inimediatcly taken for
dantsm criminal cases arc allowed to come the construction of a new, substantial, and
upon the stand and swear in their own dc- well ventilated jail.
fense, thc jury to be the judges, as in all We find that some relaxation from strict
other cases, of the credibility of the witness cllstdy has been allowed, when dictated by
Tho accused is not bound to criminate him- thc couditi"n or S0(l conduct of the priso-
if lir .t i i i e ,, ucr, and so far as known, with commendable
self, but this does not absolve him from the results. Thc freezing condition of thc cells
penalty of the law of perjury provided he in winter and their closeness and uuavoida-
swear falsely. The opportunity to swear hie impurity in summer, have induced the
falsely in order to escape punishment has s,leriff to fer(ailt sl,cl latitude iu this respect
... lvl nuiu ulu iaH Mil3 01 oam 01 gUpemsorSt and County Treasu-1 San Francis
enacted, that of allowing the innocent to rer were inspected and their books and ac-1 York 11" "
i. , ,. , . . . nin ...:. i r, ' "''B'
East Tennessee delegates are generally in
favor of Bristow.
San Diego, May 18. The Turks have
murdered thc French and German Consuls at
Saliona, Turkey, and attempted tho life of
the American Consul for attempting to rcs-
J&r Terms, Reasonable. Jjgf
ROBIS'SON ic HII.T..
Preieett. May 19, 1876
1 hereby notify the public that 1 hove
OPENED MY NEW SHOP,
Corner Gurlcy & McCormick Sts.,
And am now prepared to do nil kinds of
BLACKSMITH I TVO
WAGON & CARRIAGE WORK,
explain the circumstances which have led counts with the several County officers,
A iL .
10 incir accusation, judge Tweed suspect
ing defendants at this term to have sworn
falsely has called for a second grand jury to
investigate the matter.
found to be kept in u very creditable man
ner, alike lavorable to the County and pres
The books of the Justices of the Peace
were examined, and their civil and criminal
dockets found to bc commendable for care
In case of Territory of Arizona vs. Jesus
Chaves, the Grand Jury recommend a con
tinuance of same to the next Grand Jury,
! 1. it ! r .
Hasn't Come. Notwithstanding the poor
pay attached jo the office of U. S. Marshal
tfiat office'?: should perform its duties faith
fully or give it up. We understand that owing to the absence of witnesses
there has never been a dollar disbursed in T,,e Grand Jury further recommend to the
this County in pavment of U. S. Grand Ju- Ja ot Supervisors, that they inquire into
iuUi wP m mc nanus 01 our pco- records against fire; and also, take means to
jne. oome 01 it 01 several years standing, ascertain hy wliat right a toll-gate is con
which itis the dutv of thn Arnrahnl n no,- structed on the road from Preseott to Eh
and that it is his province to make a reani- rcnberS' J toll levied and collected from
f ... i passengers thereon,
tionfortheamountoutstandingmhisdepart- TlieGrand Jury rcj)ort, in conclusion,
ment, and pay it out to the parties entitled that they have found three true hills; that
to it The District Judge, U. S. District ihe7 in two cases failed to find bills, and
Attorney and Deputy Marshal have each !,ave recom.nended a continuance in one
Assured us thatthe Marshal nromised to b UT,, ' "fl"? .w ma.1 "nesses.
present at this term of court with cash to li- A n TiK. p
.1 ..... . I "
pumuiu uiusu ume ucucucics, out as yet he
fljas not put in an appearance.
J. E. Xaylor and Mclvin were admitted to
practice law in the District Court at Phoenix
Avaiancue at the late term. Mr. Xarlor was n msii!
" .w.. uu,uaj iuuau- 01 rrescou lor a short time last season and
If the editor of the Owyhee Avalanche
incisco, May 17. Gold in New
Greenbacks in San Francisco,
Axotiieu Magnificent Stiiuctuke un
der CoNTiiACT. C. P. Kead 4 Co. havo this
week let a contract to Campbell Parker
to uutld an elegant and very extonsivo brick
storo on tho site of their present location
corner of Montezuma and Gurley street, in-
uiuaing me open s)ace lying between there
and Dr. Kendall's drug store, and running
uacK 10 mo aney covering tho property for
merly owned and occupied by T. Otto as a
barber-shop and money-broker's office. The
uuiimng win oe ou feet front and 125 feet
deep. The main sales room fronts on Cur.
ley with side entrances on lontezuma, will
be 25x100 feet; tho room next lo Kendall's.
22x65. Immediately in tho rear of this room
will be a privato office 10x22, and the count
room in tho rear of tho latter will be
Preicott. Mryl9, 1676.
GREAT SALE OF
cue a Turk, who had embraced the Christian HORSESHOEING &MULESHOEING
rungiou, irom me nanas ot a mob who
sought to kill him.
Laramie City, May 18. John McGregor!
1st Sargent, Company K, Second Cavalry,
was drowned to-day in Laramie river.
The Committee will report adversely to
the admission of ew Mexico.
In West Feliciana, Lousiana, the negroes
are gathered 4,000 strong and thc whites
only number 1,500. Fighting has begun
and 10 negroes have been killed. Thc
trouble began by a man named Aaronson
whipping a negro. Aaronson was afterwards
found dead. The blacks claim that he was
killed by Mississippi Regulators, he being in
bad oder among them. General Augur has
been directed to interfere so far as to sup-
Iron and JSteel.
Tire Iron and steel,
All Kindt and Sizes,
Drill Steel, Toe Steel,
Pick Steel, Shoe Steel,
Band Iron, Hoop Iron,
Hub Iron and Nail Hod,
Carriage and Tire Bolts,
Nuta Washers, and Tacks,
Horse Shoes, Mule Shoes.
Ox Shoes, Ox Nails, Horso Nails,
Giant, Blasting and Riile Powder,
Shot, Bullets, Stoves, Tinware,
, PRESCOTT, ARIZONA,
"Wholesale and Retail
KERM CO.VKTA.Ynjr OS IUMA LAKCE XOKTVr:J"
Groceries & Provision!.
TOBACCOS AND CIGARS,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING
HATS, BOOTS & SHOES, '
LADIES DRESS GOODS 4
AND UNDER WE A 1
LADIES AND GENT'S
FURNISHING GOODt, M
MUHNO 4: FARMING TOOLS,' 1
SADDLERY, CUTLERY 4 HARDWARE J 23
china Ware, m'
TINWARE. r Jr
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. l
LITHOGRAPHS AND CHROMC&1
ETC., ETC, ETC.
CP" A competent tinner, Mnitntlr ap36ri,' will
make U klads -f Tin, Cppr, and Rbwtiron wrk
Jubbiojf in thl lra promptlj atUndad to-.'
JOHN O. OAtfPBXLX.
rrrtfott. Arlioin. Septpniber 4. 187;
BONES & FOSTER,
Ax MONTEZUMA ST., to.ors Math of Curl.y,
Uflcr, at bed-rock Price, their OcntennUI telectioa of
Netr brand of CIOAKS. Spwiallj-VThftWaaU Jc RUU.
obby pipes met ichanin and wood.' tUaacapoaks,
ExquUite ly flarored fine-mt tebkctw, ia bnlk, twlM,
xtra fine brand of-plat;, Vnt )nncut tobitte.
Smoking tobacco, of all Ub1,-Sb.iI in tbe niaik.t,
upen'or ciirarriita.- made of the t n.....
& n larKe itook of OA.NUIES AXDPRIIITR f-c-v
requect ronsignnienU are received by faitcoasbei:
ruiu freih from Southern California orohardl ciprUiir
rngc, IeraiL; lime, apple, pear, jrrape. ete J-
liTes, ftrdlnei. anchorie j, Holland herrinif, ehile, U.
plendid clear honey, fine nifa, tgt. raltin. citron etc,
wi and LlmburRercbeeie.OrredcnrranU and pranei.
Tothoeodesirinjr to make a oiofrtab! trip inride,
be 4-Hone laien;er Coaehea uf Ilnn. .. m
tra inducement. They make regular trifjat
rery night at gooi tnrion( giving opportunltte for
efrebiiie; leep, and ample time for meal. Orier will
eceiTe prompt attention, it left at the abore add re...
The C. O. D. Store
Readj for- Business,
Anil Wo respectfully Inform the rnblle of
thin vicinity Hint we have opened -with a
NEW AND COMPLETE STOCK
Lamps and Chimneys,
Woodenware, and Willow-ware,
Glassware, Crockery, Stone China.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladies' and Gents', Misses' and Chilclrcns',
Youth' and Infants'All kinds
and sizes, and All prices.
CLOT H ING
To suit all tastes Cardigan Jacket Over
coats, Gents' Undershirts, and
Drawers of every description.
18x22. In the rear of all and fronting on tho
alley will bo tho storage room or ware-house
extending in length tno whole width of tho
building, 60 feet, this room is to bo 25x50
feet. Tho night of the rooms to tho cuilinc
TwiiDenieetwitna front elevation above
tho ceiling of ten feet and 3-foot lire-walls all
round. The front is to bo ornamented with
a heavy brick cornice in two rows, and tho
front doors and windows of heavy plate
glass, and the openings all protected by tho
most substantial iron shutters. Mr. Parker
has shown us his plans and drawings, from
which we make these notes, and it strike
us that for convenience, as s ceneral mr.
chandise establishment, the design fs as
nearly perfect as human ingenuity could
ag.those mules at Anders & Rowe's store. , hre found him a Yonnm of h
nd starting out to the Peck mine with and have no doubt hut thrhirni BnaA :
Ijthciithe would not havo written so flip, the profession wliich he has chosen.
anuyKpernapj ox tna mower ot nis death
is he didjB the iWue.of April 3Gth, of that Mr. and ifrs. Levi JJasbford left bv A.
iper.. Tbe rtatenienf that 4ie was killed 0 - stag0 ToY for California devise. -:Mc5ST8.t'aniploll Parker ha-esub
a.sdoon in Preseott turned up his toes una tno . st' mten"n to visit the- Cont. let the foundation and brick-work to Messrs.
id died .wttt his boots on" is eotirel vcraU "iai ."P in,e EXftrWtion-, muS return Joblnson if JIU1, who wUl proceeJ imraedi-
itisus a aoAieMf-hAs occurred inlcott T . n i x. . a. view to get the
V.r pecurreu on irescott otto also left by same oonveyanoo. with walls up to time to get thereof on before the
muvM a r.rk juvurepvn, similar intentions. Summer rains bcirin if rxjiW..
.... TO BE SOLD AT ....
Without Reserve. ,
To tlie Higrliest Bidder
SALE TO COMMENCE ON
SATURDAY, MAY 13th, 1876,
At 2 o'clook, P. M.,
-A.T DREWS STORE.
And to contiaue every Saturday
until the entire stock in
Homrmber llif t tbe lat ehance the Indie of Precott
will have of buying Dry Good at their own price.
, H. I'ETTIUONE &. CO.
May 12, 1876.
Slaughter ! ! Slaughter ! !
. Bargains!! Bargains!!
Having jut receircd a large and well selected stock of
me iaiii aiyiee oi
Dry (ioods, Clothing, Etc., Etc.,
Also a large and fresh stock of
GROCERIES, LIQUORS & CIGARS, tobacco and cigars,
Best Brands Lowest Prices.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Linen Shirts, White,
Cheviot and Fancy
Negliges and Overshirts,
Balbriggan Socks, British Hose,
Woolen Socks and Stockings,
Handkerchiefs, Glorei, Etc.
Hats and Caps,
Men, Women and Children's.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, LIQUORS)
FURNISHING AND OUTFITTING GOODS Of ALL KINOS
Which will b sold at
Than ever before attempted by tile trade
of this section.
ANDERS & ROVVE,
South Sido Fltixa. Prcwcott, Arirona.,
PIONEER FTJRNITUTE STORE.
2 tea '
Just north of Kelly & Stephen' Store.
IMPORTS & MANUFACTURES'
All Kind of
FTONITTJBE, L0DKGESL BEDDDTG
ZTC, ETC.. T.TC.
Window Shade, Mirror, Picture
lames, Etc., on hand an2
Made to Order.
KEPAIRiyc ritQ3IPTI.Y ATTENDED TO.
CABINET CHOP HOUSE.
D. C. THORJfE, Proprlef.r.
AVER'S, JAYNE'S, BRISTOL'S, MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
keveiy s axd hall's Day ami Msrht.
We now offer them t the public and our rtron at min.
ou price. We positively assure parties wishing-to par
chase that for bargains go to
THE CALIFORNIA STORE.
French Calicy, 4 rards for ei ryi
K"0'0!' - 25 A211JjI MjKUJLCINES. ttUT 3X0 C0LD ITJNCH.
, W J...V........ ............. ........... ,J I J
rapper uiom tr ram .
Fine Jlarino per yard .
I-awB per yard 40
t inr t iannels per yant 75 to 90
Mulin per yard so inM Koir in Vnrlpl-Wnntn.i r v .
Sbertine 1(M lerrard ' ' "ii, f.u auu uennmc.
Ladies shoes per pair $3.00 to $4.50 PAINTS
uo.i'.tiu j ... I'wi. ...... ........... 2UUIO 1UU
Men uoots per pajr
Presoott, iUT 12, 1876. WILL MPOI I IMDBL WIMW SUIMC
And a full assortment of the best
A Oellinjr house an4 lot, on Montezuma street, op
JAi& Po5' Or. JtcCaadWoflJce. Terms cash. Ap-
6.oo toioS Putty, Varnish, and Brushes,
- WILL PIPEB l BMDBL W1IMW SHIWc S E
Saddlery, Pocket V Table Cutlery.
ETerythirc possible to 1m !mi it. tt. u
npin thebestuylHuf ,h, cn,iDaVy '
"W" ELL DIGGER,
for the first 30 feet willslnk wells at the rate of 1.75 per
u per ioui ; ami irura ou left
EannirB of J. I. T.(. f.
piy at the house..
ROAD STATION RECEIPTS,
PHINTED Uf .DUE PORSff
POR SALE 'AT MLER OFFICE.
We bare perfected arrancraenu to receive goods
on every steamer, and will thus be enabled to
jItq a complete outfit to one and all.
We Pay the Highest Pries for all the
Products of the Country.
FrnterV Jaaaary 7, 1671. '
Montezuma Street, - - Preseott,
Has been re-opened and re-fitted in
SAW FRANCISCO STYltE.
I Ifone but' the Rneat- Lferaort aal CUars
faj 5, U76.