Newspaper Page Text
f0l. XIH. No. 45.
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 10, 1876.
jHE ARIZONA MINER.
1TJBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY,
JB TJ T Xj E H,
smtnnmberof tli WKF.KLT MlXP.R wa Uiuedon
S troth. cla,m t0 1)8 t,ie oIclest' Md be,t newpapi
ii Subscription Rates
Six Month 4.00
Three Months 2.50
ft-inch ( 12 line of IhU type). In colnmn. 3.00 for flrt
J-jon ftnd Sl-50 l'r incli for each additional innertlon.
lfibral dUcount from above ratci will be made to per
Bbo advertUe largely by the year, half year or
pfcuional and basinet card interted upen reaona-
'fenont eodine Ufc money fot tuhteription, advertisinc
Snrk. raav forward it by sail, or utherwUe, at
Ueal Tender Xotei aTctnat par in payment for tub-
fiption, ao"-rii.y j-
ryTKtiH!. In advance invariably.
AGENTS FOR THE MINER.
Francito Chat. V. Crane, 400 Montgomery
Vt Turk AY. H. Ferri.;301 orUi aJ Ureet.
Tuna Jams AWjtr.
rkTtnberg A. Kr.uiK.
HVcWnburj G. i A. Sta?e Co.
:ffWtap Jfj.iVnV bitiri'cl-CoTX & TMtL.Cerbat.
Phavir J. T. A I nap.
JVirt 'ftrn W. It. HellinK A: Co.
fUittnce J. Coltinewood.
" jutjon J.S MaMd.
A4dr all order and letter tn
"THE MINES." PreBcott, Arizona.
II. II. CAUTTElt,
Probate Judge, Justice of the Peace
And Conveyancer. County Building.
Ittorncv and Counselor at L.aw.
Office South Montezuma St,. Prescott.
J. GOLD WATER & 35 RO.,
IV I If ui uiu i.. w w-w--
Ehreuberg. Arizona Territory.
jnunr.RAvn. J wleosarh. vxvi. wr.Br.i:
HAEGRAVE, LEONARD & WEBER,
Attorneys ami Counselors at Law,
OrnCE Ka.'t nide of the I'laza.
II. i. ALEXANDER,
"STtuna, Arizona Territory.
OVill practice in all the Cmrt tif the Territory.
PFIVSICrA.M- A.D STJRG-1CON
list side of Moutezuma St, bet Gurley &
Willis 3 doors north of Head & Co. a
JOHN E. NAY LOR,
Attorney and Counselor at Law
and Notary Public.
PWnlT.Mnricona County. ArUoiift Territory
HUIt VT flIA.STl--.KSOX.
Office Row, Prescott
WILT. D. SOUTIIWORT1I,
Notary IMtbllc for ArUoim. mul Commis
sioner of Deed for Colorado.
Prescott Arizona Territory.
JO IIS ,. litTsll.
ni. w. WKi.t.s,
Prescott. Yavapai County, Arizona.
. .11 ;,r huineK eniniMi i lor...
u,be,evefal Court, of U--. ".the ; -
title to Jlinmi; i;iin-"'" -
frompt attention Riven to collection.
.T. W. BROOKS,
fCARPEJfTKB AND XiTJILDKR-
Entire at Clay' Corral!. McCormick treet.
BIAKK & CO.,
0FHCK-1U bu.ldim formerly occupied by A. i. .m.
isEirrew Co., I'rxtt.
Gold n.t. Gold and Silver Bullion ana
dr. WAituEX E. day,
(Wrati Surserr, Diseases
Eye and Ear, Chronic anu
OmcK-Montezunw Itr w" ""xln' rrctCOtt
J. C. OTIS,
Coroner. Public Administrator,
and Justice of tlic Peace.
One Door North of Kslly & Steen.
Attends to Calls at all H0
E. J. BENNITT, C. E.,
tn,... tt Mineral Mrej.
3; County Surveyor of Yavapai coumj-.
pH kind, of civil engineering tA survey rr r
T.4t ir, offiee-Collier' IUock. opposite tcc
f boot and bhoemakbb,
A fnll Una rV Vit Airn tcork !n stock,
WM. M. BUFFUM
Still Occupies the Old Stand, West Side
of the Plaza,
And is in receipt of a Large Invoice of
New and Desirable Good,
With others Ordered and on the Way.
Hit CUltnintrr And the public ceeenillr thmr. A
H4 heretofore, anything they may need in the way of
Staple & Fancy Dry Goods
LADIES' AND GENTLE MENS'
MENS AND BOYS HATS
Boots and Slioe-s,
PERFUMERY 8c TOILET ARTICLES.
HARDWARE, TIN & WOODENWARE
0K0GKERY, QLA88 AND EARTHENWARE
PAPER HANGINGS, LAMPS, CLOCKS,
Mining and Farming Taols,
Toc'ther with many other tliinrt,
wblfh will oat he
mentioned GITK HIM a CALL.
Prucott, Jtioe 17. 18T5.
READY PAY STORE,
South Montezuma Street,
OPPOSITK DAN HATZiS HOTEU
li Chock Full of
IN" E W Gr O O I S
of ever) description, and tlie plnre for I'inneen and
r;i--.. ru nUti thvir lardert. and eet eTerythintr
needed lir them Chip for Cash or Ready ly. Sew
nuppliM.'jmt received, of the following nrticlei.
Canned Fruit, Mat. VeKtalle,
Ilried Kru'ti". hy the Imijc, harrel or jnud ; PicVi , Tan,
.Shovel, und (Sum ho-its. .... .,, .
Glycerine, mal oil, cantor od. qnirktilTtr or deiert
wnter," by tlii pint, pound, quart or gallon.
TOBACCO. CIGARS, PIPE3, WINES
Mak- mr tock A No. 1. and n new .cale ol prioe. wnr
r.intmeln whiivrin(rto wy Pioneer friend, and to U
new corner., thntthry can Uo better by purrhajin-f of me
limn from anv other .ruder in I'refcott.
i:..ld Coin, niillion. Cold "rut. Farm
IWuce and Count v Scrip tnken iu exchaupefor !food,
1$. 11. WEAVER.
June lt, 187C.
Taranai County. A. T.
CHAS. T. HAYDEN & CO.,
EVERY VARIETY OF MERCHANDISE,
Have con-tuntly on hand that .uperior brand
Prom the Hayden Mills, also
and Cracked Wheat.
receiving a large nnortraent of
I ERCH ANBIfE
JTOR SALK LOW 1TOR. CASH.
CHAS. T. HAYDEN i CO.
lreicott, September 10. lb"'-
v. a. stwuksh
WM. -V. KEI.I.Y.
And Wholesale and Retail Dealer! in
Boots, Shoes, Hosiery,
Tobacco, Cignw, Confectioner'
&00ds. Yankee Notions,
Guns, Pistols, Cutlery,
Buck Gloves, Figs, Date,
Nuts, Toys, and Watches.
aana Parley Stmt., Tr
New Gunsmith Shop-
Granite Creek Bottom, Prescott, Arizona.
Back of Hathaway', old Meat .-uarw
tjwp ATRINO NEATLY
rWIVG IACHIXES BEPAIBED,
the principle ct
. ,W. ratei. Aliwor -
live and let live. tt.;i
Preioott, Aoc 11,
J . L . FISHER,
REAL ESTATE KEMT.
THE DA1XT MIXER.
According to promise made some months
since, we yesterday began the rc-publication
of the Dailt Arizona Miner, which was
suspended at the time we purchased the
office from John Marion, in Feb. 1875. At
that time, Mr. Marion had demonstrated
the fact that a daily paper in Prescott
would not pay, hence the discontinuance.
Since that time, however, the population of
Prescott has more than doubled in num
bers, and the Couuty has kept pace with the
town. So that the prevent appears to be an
auspicious time to revive the daily paper,
especially as it is Election time, and having
made arrangements to receive the news as
fast as the telegrap can brinz it, it is im
portant that we have means of sending it
out daily to the people.
For the purpose of representing all the
interests of the County more fully than wc
have beeiwble to6U3wit.l1 our cramped
pense, introduced new and improved ma
chinery, which, within a few weeks, as soon
as we can receive some indcspcnsible por
tions of it by Express from Chicago, will
enable us to give our readers a large Weekly
Edition, containing nearly all the matter
that appears in the Daily, besides the dis
patches of the day of publication up to thr
hour of going to press.
Another, the most important feature of
our enterprise, will be found in tho addi
tion to the Editorial staff. Iu order to
keep fully up with the times, wc have been
fortunate enough to secure the services of
Col. Henry A. Bigelow, as Associate Editor.
The Colonel's ability as a writer is so well
known to the people, among whom he has
lived for so many years, that we feel it is
onlv necessary to mention the fact ot his
having accepted the position, to convince
our patrons that the Dailt Mixer will be
an attractive paper.
We have been Uken to task by some of
our friends, for not slinging filth back at
the "slung-whanger" of the Citizen, who
seems to take especial delight in alluding
to us personally whenever anything appears
in the Miner that is not exactly to his
taste. Our answer is, that if it docs him or
his friends any good to vent his spleen upon
us, or if he can effect anything by it that
will redound to the good of himself, or the
people for whom he writes, he is welcome
to it. We arc not conscious of any harm
that has resulted to us from his personali
ties, and feel quite satisfied; besides, to en
gage in slinging filth with one who is him
self an incxhaustablc fountain of it, would
place us at a disadvantage, as the man in
the fable was placed who had the courage
to attack and overcome a Lion, but ran
away from a Skunk.
Mi'imRit hp "Cap" J. W. Clsteu.
Many residents of Prescott remember J
W. Custer who, while Iktc was engaged in
tlir. lumber business at Noycs' and the Clip-
i.or saw-mills. He left here in December of
last year and with a younger brother
brou-'ht a saw-mill from Kansas to a place
in New Mexico called Ocate. They went
.1 iimir totmq to a nlaee called
nm T.nkes to cut hay and being gone an
unreasonable time, search wat mauc iur
them when the body of the younger Custer
was found. A friend then wrote to J. G.
Rmmlfiv of this place, informing him of the
r... r fnoml- .ind since the date of
l.tlU 111 111.
rTlor's letter another centlcman informs
.1 i,.,ir f f'.nit. Custer had also
US IIIIIW IIIC 717WJ "
been found and that they wero evidently
murdered by Mexicans for tlieir cattle and
Cant. Custer was well known and much
.i i..- tlin who knew him anu
who will now learn of his death with pro
Trcs Alamos, A. T., Oct. 24, 1879
Kditok Miner. I noticed in tho Citizen
of October 21, an article in which I think
the Citizen has been misinformed as to the
location and ocupation ot Dr. u. iving, ui
Hot Spring Pinal, County. The Citizen
.ru m.t bvsavinir. "Dr. King of banl'caro,
n honest tiller of the soil, went to iuc can
wlrn took un a place for cultivation."
Dr. King does not live on the San Pedro, he
t the Hot Spnnpt. about is mnos
Northeast of San Pedro and about 25 miles
,rth of Trcs Alamo. The line of Pinal
County crosses tins vauc m
North of Tres Alamos. Dr. King never
,.n a iilace on the San Pedro, ana n jic
s ever cultivated the sou, more iu- -i
flower trarden at Hot Springs its
news to the people here. Again, "the Doctor
has seen his neighbors shot aown m u.
fields." All the killing mat. ua
Indians since the Doctor has lived at the
r . l-;nwl in his
Springs, was Lewis, a Wiuf x...;. -
field. overs 60 mucs oouui ...
the Doctor. Rogers and Spence's 80 miles
Luthettstcrly from the Doctors place
Johnson and Murray at the same place
t U was killed, it cu
here that the Doctor hearn nommg u4 .v
i-:ti;nT for some days aucr
1V" O ,3 nt V,r,Pft fiMn
therefore the Doctor cou.u t
bis neighbors shot down m u
The Indiana style
for October "Blue
va itha copulation of, 250,000 in
1873, bkl 35,930 popil to ita public schools
1 1 sh.wv 1
Territorial and National.
Report up to 4 P. M. To-day.
Phoenix Nov. 7 8:45 p. m. Total num
ber of votes, 191 number counted, 119:
Oury, 101; Stevens, 14; Hardy, 4. For
Council: Gray' G2; Woolsey, 57.
Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 7. 217 towns,
Republican gains, 3,015; Democratic gains,
Brooklyn, N.V Nov. ,.-148 Di.tr.cta, Til-
den 15,651 majority.
mtjonty. Republican gam 405.
jew iorK.-cr rciur- "
able Tilden has earned New lortaa weu as
TTo rence" "T. UMaMi raMOf five 1
Oury 79, Steph.ns 40.
8:30P.M. San Francisco, Nor. 7. 8:20
wherever heard from
Chicaco. Returns from 20 towhs; Hayes
4339, Tilden 3484. Partial returns l..
Counties in Iowa net Rrpublican gains,
New York, Not. 7. City probably
50.000 Democratic. Scattering returns in
dicate Republicans carry New York, Con
necticut and Indiana.
Camp Grant, 8 :30 p.m. Oury. 54; Ste
San Francisco, Not 7.-Nearly forty
thousand vitett cast. Very quiet. riper
probably defeated. Returns coming slowly.
Oakland, Cal., Not. 7.-S.I09 votes cast
t nnn fe ?Tva Whaler,
Hartford, Not. 7.-Chances favor Repub-
"'h1- "l r ...
4.510; Tildeu, 3,783. San Francisco polled
nearly 42,000 votes. Republicans claim-the
Chicaco, Not 7. Returns 59 towns
necticut including City Menden, Hayes
1,439, Tilden 13,335. Republican gams
2,090 over Tote last Spring,
St. Paul Not. 7. HcaTy JlcpuDlican
Boston, Not. 7. 123 towns giTe
51,494; Tildeu, 41,601.
New York -ot. 7. jju uwuitn.
- v nn 4 if
York City, Tilden 80.2U4. uayes oc5,w.
247 Districts outside New York and Brook-
yn show net Democratic gain 2,784.
Nov. 7.-32 townships, nayes
net mojoritv 861
Democratic gain l,oau.
Compared srventy two when Grant had
5354 majority. Democratic majoruv u
New York this vcar, about 55,000 against
23,000 in '72; and Brooklyn 16,000 against
5,000 in '72.
San Fraucisco, Nov. 7.-32 towns m ia
District give Hayes 2,889; Tilden, 2,169;
in addition to this, the estimated Republi
can majority in Oakland is. 1,000.
Third District, 19 towns, including
Marvsville. Haves, 2,154; Hlden, him.
Fourth District II towns, Hayes, 911;
San Jose, Not includtd, very close
I'ucson ,Nev. 7.-Two hendred votes cast.
Stevens 149. Oury on. naruy i. oucnu,
- n t r
au:i.. 107 "Wiiou 73.
oiuuut -- . .
Louisville, Nov. 7.-Rcports lrom aiis-
sissippi give 30,000 majority.
Columbus. 38 wards ana prccincu in ow
counties, net Democratic gain 14 compareu
Vcrdc. 7. Hardy, 33; Oury, 8i Stevens,
o-Tlehan. 22: Bowers' 1 1.
Tilden 112,208. Hayes 58.65U. Jio wwns
outside New York and Brooklyn net Demo
cratic gains 3,530.
Columbus, Nov. 7. 377-wards and town
ships give net Democratic gain 86
Tndiananolis. Nov. 7. 100 town in 54
conntic cive net Democratic gain, 245.
NcwY'ork, Nov. 7. Assurances ii men w
Fourth District nayes 1,692; Tilden, 1,-
San Francisco. Nov. 7. All returns from
Minnesota indicata heavy Republican major
ity all candidate for Congress elected
vte. City tor Hayes, o.
Tilden 391. Returns
from the countrr
irom me cnuuirj
show large Republican gain.
Maine goes Republican ny lo.uw. jus-
. - . i it . ki
r T'; a, Ml
SESl. Sot. 7.-lUPubUc. by
r Vnrt Vnr. 7. Republicans claim
flt.thTitadmititto be close.
&Jamento, Nov. 7.-AU admit Hayes
will have a thousand majority to county.
Phoenix, Not. 7. Full count oi tnis
town rives Oury 166; Stevens, 19; Hardy,
lowu J - - - r.,
4. WMHl. j,
. :i. vcrvAnMv on. liraT us. aner
iff- MowreT.139; Orme,58.
ifl . Mowrey, i4, u
Savs New Yore, inaiana, wnnwumi
Tilden. New Jersey in doubt. Wisconsin
. . a,e, r-Wnrob-
ClOSe. lXJUlii- I".
Vorih Caroliaa cloae
I H Hi Hi 1 1 Hil l i 1 1 1 W .
claimed by Republicans.
IT a Tea. 4.831 : Tild.a 3.660. besides 1,000 es-
Man f rancisco. rov. 1. accuuu 1
timated. Republican majortty in aacnuncn-
San Frncise-.v Dispatch from Virginia
City to Dcia. State Central Com. concedes
the SUte to the Democrats by 800.
New Jersey eoes Democratic by 18,000. -
Iowa goe Republican by 45,000, and
elect all the memoers oi tongrcw.
The Democrats claim Florida.
Hartford, Not. 7. Connecticut. Dcm.
Milwaukee. Not. 7; eounty
2.500 Democratic majority.
New York, Nor. 7. Tilden's majority
. Couty incladiBg Brooklyn 17,988.
Buffalo, Not, 7.-City Democratic majori-
- Francisco, Nor. 7.- Latest from Wis-
,nam verT close, chaacw favor Democrats.
Democratic dt over 3,000.
v Vrtr 7 TQte citv. Steven
- . . w,
- . I ..2
do 95. Hopkm . WI j
r.".. 1 r'X..
romano, ixot. i. wpi. -j.
licans claim Oregon by 500,
rt . a r U T
South Carolina, Latest, close; claimed
Alabama, 25,000 Democratic majority.
Los Angeles, Not. 8. Wiggington will
fall behind lmre 250.
New Orleans, 8. Republicans claim the
State by 4,000; Democrats claim it 2,000.
Indiana SUte probably 7,000 Democrat.
Connecticut 188 towns give Democratic
majority. ,o. uemocmui.
uwu in .ireniou, .
unugc u,, . . ., -
n icKenourg, t. 0.-.tM., ,
14 : HardT. 1 ; Hush, l ; :aoeuer, i ; iwcuumi,
38; Sevens, Howard Tompkins and Pee
pies each 86; Marion, 37; Hutch, 38, etc.
Burke. 85; Franklin, 35; Goodwin, 32; Be
han,26; Bowers, 10; Campbell, 27:Buffum,
o. -or - t.riftlr 3
o, : -
San Francisco, 8. Hayes steadily gain-
. ... r mm.mAm ITaVA. ll
mg. in ix precincw, m o "i
2,830; Tilden, 2,831; Davis, 2,921 ; Piper, 2,-
597. All four Republican uongrosmcu
TiiMnn. Nov. 8: 1 :30 A. M. Total num
ber of Totes polled, 330.
4V " - -
Wood . .
DI8T. ATTORN EX.
. . . ,.-....
'1 J J
TJi.rri.ea re elected for
uuuuniu "v-- -
Council. Also, lor uic assemuij,
0choa, Samanicgo, Ohncsorgan ana ateTcns.
i . - . l t. .
Hannibal, .no. imov. t. suiuicu
Tn5nrirr; Macon COUntT O lO inousjwiu
l j ' - . ..
Iluiianapolis, 140 precincts m 68 counues
Democratic gain 667 over October.
Oakland, Cal. 7. Republican majority
by town8nip9f lt50o.
San Francisco, Nov. 7. From all returns
u-.rr,i fin dimbt T,r.pislature I
can, both branches.
Havden' Frrrv, Mancopa Co. polled 27
votes" 24 for Oury. 2 for Stevens and one for
liamy' . . ,
New York, Nov. 8.-Time just receivea
ciai from Jacksonville Fla., claiming Re-
publicans carried Florida is true and Repub-
ijC!in!, n0m Louisiana ana niscousiu,
uml this elects Haves. Associaicu
Press dispatches surmise Florida Demo
cratic. New York, Nov. 8. There is the greatest
anxiety to hear definitely from Oregon as
the Republican probabilities for Louisiana
t?i,u mTi enstrfinc thatOreeon seems
almost curiam -
a ti, i,fMt. return irive
f ; ; fch 9jdc
fc Qnc tn0UsaDd majority. The
n-mnrrats concede that the SUte has goae
CWco,Sot. 8.-A .pU! to the Trib-
Hon Commute tel.gr.plu fro" fcewlork
jorfty also that Florida has gone Republi
Wilwaukee, 8.-RepubHcans claim state
threa or four thousand.
New York, Nov. 8. Times has a special
claiming Florida as Republican, and with
tbi vote claims a majority of one for Hayes
on me eiccwr...
San Francisco, Nov. 8. 10:45 x. 3f.
I . r ri:w cnnnUtA. Haves wil
- 1 turns rruui r
haTea small majonvj. -w-
-reived, the state sWas
U) . , r.f "
Hayes 30,000 majority outside the City.
Parheco will haTe a good majonty.
lien uuuer Wi-.j
- r- a T:.t I
new xorc, o. iimea cuaccuca u.
184 electoral votes, and claim !85forHyt,
including Wisconsin, South Carolina, ioui-
lana and flonda.
San Francisco, Not. 8. Compler, exctpl
nrednctt. Harea 800 majority. Pipec
2J50Q bind his ticket Republicans abot
readT to concede Tilden's election.
THE TOTAL VOTE IS FIVE HUNDRED
For Delegate to Congress; Hardy, 421,
Oury, 112, 8teTens, 43. For the Coaaui;
Rush, 854, Moeller, 486, Kendall. 508. Ste-
Uens, 509, Howard, 252,Tompkins, 80,
For RepreseBtatWes-John H. Marios,
KM: W.W. Hutchison. 559; Guilford Hatk-
aon. -,v. 8. Head. 549: Samuel a
mp - Ml Ed. G. Peck. 545: Huo RkH.
ards, 526; C. B. Foster, 503; Thomas Burke,
C.A. Franklin, 35; F. L. B. Goodww,
n..n.,i oo-n e. Poole- 18.
iO; A.11CU uuuuiuui. w j 1
For Supervisors, Gideon Brooke, 411;
Geo. W. Curtis, 282; C. A. Luke, 70; A. 8.
Haskell, 148; A. O. Noyes, 151; Chaa. Dick-
Sheriff. Bowers, 305, Behs
For Recorder. E. S. Penwell 116, Wil
liam Wilkerson 487
Foy Treasurer. B. H, Weaver 94, Camp-
1 1 -ii t Art T).,nr.. 170 rWiV 'r'A
II. I I III' I 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A 111. Ulua ....
For Dist. Attorney.-Southworth 378
For Pmblic AdminUtrator. Brooks 50.
For School TrU9tec9 Buffum 372, BumU-
rjirnnil. D.v 57
County Surreyor: Bennitt, 379; Mltckrtl,
Fence Law: Yea, 315; No, 71.
Juitice of the Peace : Cartter, 85i ; Cate,
327; Mitchell, 205; Rutherford, 249 ;Fleury,
Constable: Burnett, 252;McCurdy, 448;
Retura from Skull Yalley. uaroy, i,
Oury, 1, Stevens, 1, Bowers, 17, Behan, .
Kirkland, Hardy 11, Oury iu, owvens i,
Bowers 10 Behan 10.
Senator Mill, Hardy 46, Oury 2, StoTtas 1,
Bowers 45. Behan 4.
1 rrru.r Amm Fria. HardT 25. Oury t.
R0" 27, Behan 0.
xprt f the Ortid Jry.
TothtHon. C. A. Tclt Judgtttft) Third
Judicial Dittrict Ccunly of Yavapai Territo
ry of Arizona.
Wc, tho Grand Jurors of the County of
Yavapai, Territory of Arizona, respectfully
submit to you the following report:
Wp lmTf found seven true uun w wu.
Four for Grand Larcency. Three for as
sault with intent to commit murder, or to
do bodily injury,
w hv hIbo found one Bill of Committ-
ment placed in the hands of the Hon. the
I . i : .1 fnnr Ttilla Tirpntid.
i wr n.ive nruuivii a..- f
Record. Treasurer and Shentf, and hnu their
I - ' . . 1 t . T
Books and Records kept in a neai ana ou-
nua iiw mnnner. alike creditaDle to me
i , , m
In ....it n th lneiimncnu thereoi.
------ . , ... ,nj
v ... - H
I v rm w
Lr . . .-a
H. H. carter, Kepi in uch P.u w. -
ret manner, me n CTnV
lnV ' "rr
e h&Te algo CXamined the Public buud-
7fhe Court House and jail
We find the
mend of the next Legislature from this
County, to use all honorable means to pass an
Act by the next Legislature of the Territory
pi Arizona, wijwcuj " J . "
...... .n.hu thi Countv to erect a suit-
. nZ: JZ. JM. ind other neces
able Court House and Jail, and other neces
We have examinea ine ivccorua uu
ceedings of the Board of Saperrisors of the
County of Yavapai, rnd find that Bills have
been allowed and paid, on account of Indi
gent Sick, that appear to be exhorbitant.
We wouia strongly reuummcuu
able building will be erected or leased,
wherein the Indigent sick can be taken care
of, and we believe that it would be a great
saving to the County t.
W e have examineu anu ruiiuucu j
escape of one prisoner (Chaa. Jones) from
the County Jail, and find that nothing but
carelessness on the part of Sheriff Ed. T
Bowers, or his Deputies, improperly guara
inre Tirisoners. caused the escape of said pris
oner, Chas. Janes, from the County Jail.
We would call the attention oi me ooaru
of Supervisors, to an Act of the last Legis
lature, approved Feb. 14th 1875, relating to
the taxing ot the proceeos oi uie jia, n.
appearing the law nas nor. ocen emwecu ia
W ith these presentations ana recomrnea
dations, We, the Grand Jurors request to be
discharged, and rerasin Your Obedi
U. A. LUXX,
C. F. Catk, Foreman.
Prescott, A. T., October 23, 1878.
Wlfe-beaters breath easier now. A San
Jose, judge has pronounced the whipping act
for the punishment oi wiie-ueaier uum-,
stitutional. because M it is both cruel and
unusual. We suppose tnejuage conwa
ers there is nothing 44 cruel or unusual " in a
big brute of a husband beating a poor, fra
gile wife half to death.
Had a very quiet election yesterday no
raw, no fif htn.
, . . m 1 9 3
t.i 1 H tt nnrinnhtMlY
and only 3,887 in its private
tnxld ol" Iron Ht W-""" !