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JAN. a, 1S77.
, at 10:30, at the Methodist Kpl
trcet, lree.tt. Sunday wlnxl
O. KSV. U. II. n KlUIIl, I MilUC
hodint South, will preach at II
unday, at T. 11. Heai'e houe,
in the readmq column Kill
(Ik me of TIIIUTT cr.VTS per line
so t e 1 1 i e: e n c e .
oon Col. Charles K. finny.
cted citizen of l'rcscott,
in his room in one of
cottages, by discharging
Spencer rille in the right
iter attended the inquest
rv, at which the following
1 sworn. I was at the
Srroom t room and filling
vatcr; I opened the door
m for that purpose, and
ug upon the floor, I imnie-
door and gave the alarm.
stions put by Mr. Xoyes,
Jtajf ury, witness said he did
i knew nothing about any
anf suicide by Cal Cany; saw
a I at his left side; lie
Iciuket on the floor when I
io n swom. C. C. Bean and I
box in front of my store
Col. Cmy came up, and
i . rd him that all his asses
"5 ,ne on the mines, monu-
Stc. The Colonel thanked
Mr.. Gilson is in town from his ltanch
near old Camp Date Greek, where lie has
resided lor some S or 9 years. He is now
one of our largo stock men and has some
of the best cows we have, seen in the Ter
ritoiy. Maj. C. H. Veil, who had been spending a
few davs in our village visiting old friends
and attending to business left on California
& Arizona Stage this afternoon for his home
in Salt River. The Major is a real live fol
low and has hosts of friends all over the
Mr. Frederick dropped in on us this morn
ing and we learned from him that hh now
mUl would start about Wednesday next
Wnon this new mill guts fairly under head
way we may expect to hear of big clean-ups
and a good many of them.
Tho Azthm mill is now running on its own
silver tailings and realising from i00 to $000
per ton. We aw two pricks yesterday at
tho Peek Company's ollleo made from tail
ings asrgrcitting between throe and four
- , . . . .
T iffet was au ngai, umi nasas
igit was a
fnuld &.k. and then said:
e 111c a decent burial up
to the cemetry) you can
iav cflf.,ct-. vou will tmd my
y.. j.i w mil.
(nation of the deceased; in
death w:ts caued by the
orhrup, consequent on the
7 1 .1.. 1 :..
S.rfiTf flic Imitinn of the
hat it was done with suici
jild judgj from all surround
Js that he shot himself.
IP nation of the deceased and
lTm turned the following
I '-jimmcd to appear at
ona Territory, to ca-
New Mkvt Maukut. Lane and Dough
erty, two pforessional butchers, have opened
a sry nice little shop opposite the MtNi'.u
office, and judging fnm the number of ier
sons whom we sec going and coming from
there during the day, presume that they are
having a propoition of the trade. We look
ed in on their beef, mutton, sausage, Ac.
and found it good.
We have a petition on hand for a daily
mail from the end of the Riilroad to this
place and shall soon have time to pass it
around for signers to a growing necessity
that is, a daily mail. Unless something be
done wc are assured by those who arc trans
porting our heavy mails, that they will lie
compelled to run a daily lino at their own
cost to keep up with the amount of mail
matter that continually arrives at the end
of the track.
Mr. John Uance came in yotrrd.iy fiom
Camp Verde with his tniin loaded with com
for Mr. Cornell Govt. Contractt-r at Foil
Whipple. This seems to us to be a new
feature in supplying Whipple from that di
rection. In lSt4 wc remember that corn
was packed frou t lie Verde, but then it paid,
corn selling in this market at that time for
25 cts per jiouud and wnssenreeat that figure.
The Yavapai County delinquent tax list
for 1ST0 amounts to $7,101) 47.
The Legislature lias convened, our dis
patches tell all wo know about it thus far.
Tho Supremo Court is also in session at
Mr and Mrs. J. A. Morrill wish to thank
" a few of their friends " for a tuUitantiul New
Year's gift, and ulo for remembrances at
Tho OoOAty Trouwrur for Om year 1875
iud 1578, ttt4 foul cUlmneat of every
thiujf appertfiatag to h office to the Hoard
The Village Election resulted in the elec
tion of 1-2. J. Cook, Mayor; 0. Allen and
Dan Hatz, Councilmeti ; W C. R:shfonl,
Treasurer, and Frank Murray, Marshal.
Ooldwatcr it llrolhors have 11 flaming ad
vertisement In to-day'.s paper. This Ann has
ample mean and has started in to do buil
nuss in uamest. Thoy do say that they are
soiling good clear down at bod nck price.
Thoc in want of t;oodst should take a look
at their stook and see how much can be
bought for a very .small amount of rush.
Wm. II. Hardy lvq., will leave for Wash
ington and New York, in about three weeks
Those who are in poMjsMou of any facts bear
ing upon the recent alleged election frauds,
should get them in shape to be of service
to Mr. Hardy in his contest for the Dolegate
ship before Congress.
Mr. Crutn, of the Willows was urrcsted
yesterday at the instance of a party whose
name we have forgotten, and brought before
Justice Catttcr charged with stealing SO
chickens. The Justice saw not liing in it to
criminate Crum and dipmisFcd the case at
the cost of the complains witness as a mali
Outvoting friend A. S. Haskell, one of the
proprietor. of the planing mill aad fuctory
on Cortes street, took time by the fore-lock
and -'.it marrird to Miss Miles, just
when the year 1S7B was yet rejing in the . mblishmetit, and is a most elegant exhibi-
Tho Telegraph Instruments, which Jmve
been in our otllco for some tini, are being
traiibfurred to tho California and Arisvona
Cf...n f. nlll ..111....... 1-11
xcitl be able to get commwucatio, through the ' -
vrv n.llithln ...i.J v..,,Im,t Tl ,Z.h ' ffl( th n"lJ IrtaSUrer, L.J.
Institution. Cook. 'Everything in connection with this
oflice for the year 1S75 nad 1870 has been
transacted with the greatest care and accu
racy. Cukuk.nct Lk-vviso tu: Tows. We
were assured by T.'W. Otis, Post Master,
that he was, and is continually compelled to
send otf eunency that accumulates in hh
oillcc. Mr. Otis has made effort to exchange
all the greenbacks for Q. 31. or other negoti
able checks ami then keep the greenbacks
here in circulation, but has been uutible to
procure tho checks in their stead which is
much to be regretted as we will soon feel
Mr. 11. II. Wade, recently from tho State
of Mississippi, a nephew of Hon. 11. F. Wade,
of Ohio, and of Hon. L. A. Stevens, member
of the council from this county, in the Terri
torial Legislature, has gone into the law busi
ness with Capt. llargrave, and will always
be found during oflice hours at the oilice on
the east side of the l'l iza. Mr. Wade aj
penrs to bo a young man of good ability and
most exemplary conduct, and will no doubt
succeed in his profession, l'olitioully he
tikes more to his uncle Stevens, than to his
Mj. Tho?. Wilhelm nud Capt. J. J.
Van Horn dropped in to see u&.und "swap
a few" yesterday. Thee gentlemen arc
resting on their airs', so to Kpeuk, so far as
theaetive duties of actual war is concerned,
but like all their brethren in arms, are
ever ready, at the call of their com
mander to take the field when the necessi
ty shall arise, or go to meet danger on the
farthest confines of the Continent in obedi
ence to orders. Such is the life of a soldier,
he can no more select n homo for himself
and family than though he were a Metho
dist circuit rider.
Isn't rr Swkct. A little miss, beauti
fully dressed, with white muff in one hand,
and her pretty little face beaming all over
with smiles came tripping into this oflice
yesterday to exhibit a beau tiful flower bas
ket, nil made of sugar which had just been
presented to her by Dan Ilntz. The Imskot
ws manufactured at Dan's confectionary es-
Our Hoard of Supurviors are making
themselves laud-marks long to be roniem-
j hered by the ptsopk of the county, by the
very prompt and judicious manner thoy are
handling our county affairs. They are not
stingy in allotting bills, but try to do the
fair thing by all.
WAjcrk!. At Mrs. Kellcy's emporium of
fashion, two apprenticci for dressmaking
and millinery. tf.
MhcIi credit is duo Messrs. Evans and
Stnmlufcr for their activity and determina
tion in arreting the stage robbor..
Part of tide edition of the Minku was
worked off Iwfore a mistake in the make up
wa discovered which placed two lines at the
Iwttom of the third column on the first page,
commencing "Coming ou down" etc., which
belongs at the top f the second paragraph
from the bottom of the fourth column.
Sum kmc CouitT. A scene transpired in
this Court at Tu-n this week. It was upon
t!ie application of Mr. Matpron topractice.
Judge Rult objected to admitting him, gave
reasons why he should n t be admitted and
called upon Judgv, Twrcd who by permission
of hi Jwoci1 read statements that on a
certain night i.i lnctt Mr. Maslerson sta-
to Jndyr TwvH that if a favorable de
cision sh-ul.l i given in a certain suit
Tweed migut cmld or would make $-",000
.1. lirttf f.M .... tl til,,,-
. . ' jmu'.c. T!i: has Iteon a very diangrcvablc
sh' f wound, !..'iLte'
. y, uroigc! . - ;
A. Harris, X. W. Vw- j C. P. Head 1ms purchased the interest of
Dngas. J. "Mi Sa- j yr, Judkius in the Senator Mine. This i
er, J. S. Juoir, W. J. j ccrtninlv the hot gold mining property in
j the Territory, and keep a many if not
f inur vuc i o k .uiiiuij; v.'.iiujniiiv.
i ij. win ". iloviug. sind ami dust thiuj:
lap of 1S77 and watching tlw index flngt-r of
time to indicate th- moment for her to take
her flight for ever, and when the New Year
year dawned ujmhi the world Haskell found
himself a married man.
The Kntortalnun'nt at Uif .Solmlt Ittiuor.
tion of what mav lie done by those who un
derstand their business. "Isn't it sweet."
She said, having no reference of course, to
the material of which it was composed, but
it was really swoet in every sense, nad those
who saw the pleased little owner thought
she was even sweeter than the basket.
The ftrst public exhibition of the Pro-scott
Literary Dramatic and Library Association
hold last evening in the sjiaHtMis hall of tho
new school house was greeted with a very
largo audienru and gave unKarsal satisfac
tion. Those who took jwrt in the exercise,
wen- Mrs. It. 11. lluruiNcr, Mrs. N. It. 1'hw-
ti. viiu .lllif,fnv MUs Clna M
l'errv Rev. J. A. Morrill. Messrs. Jay IL i jneces weighing fnim $15 to ?J0. fcucli a
Kelley, II. IVttlbone. J. 1. Lloyd. K. P.Clark,
K.S.Sced, Oo. 1- Rrown.r.nil J. . "oys,
Anotukr Ncooet. John Hrower cap
tured another S150, lump of gold in his
claim near the Clipper Mill on Hnssnyampn
this week, this i the 2nd large one he has
found within a month. He get numerous
Ivaeh of thoM In his or her particular line re-j
ally excelled, and we tlnd it dlllleult, with
the Governor's Mcstgo on our hands to-day
to do them jrtlee in tin? brief notice we
shall Iks oblisod to make, With the slngim;
of Mrs. lkiwors, Miss Williams and Mrs.
Uunnistor. and with Mrs. linrmisU.r's guy
ing the public ot PreMoy are too familiar to
reuuire eoiument, they are always good. Mrs.
claiui would rccm to indicate that there
timet be a good quartz vein not far away.
Toll notantt Toll.
-..; irs. wrrt aoJ among
:. ex.iUiB.ing tbe cau
-UsetiXad many warm
tet lii death.
I rha or. the evening
rjtb :!! he went
c A. Stige Csnnpany
k, after taking
-. r ' elot'uing which
, he hand-tl the key
i -. Seed, and told him
.or EJ. Peck, "for"
: . t-.t hi opsn the trunk
M- Saed naturally in-
r ing ami nc saiu uc
Sr h'ii a short time longer.'
H -v.4v lid Mr. Seed. ,lyon
:?V rs of life vi-t." 4-Xo'
aj.jvr-r.jt averv snort time.
more men emphyel at good wagas and sure
pay than any other enterprise in Arizona.
The Senator prijerty, mine and mill, under
the management -of S. O. Frederick, has
crawled up slowly from a one horse aras
tra to an improved 10 stamp mill with all
the modern improvements including the
Paul Proce-s. and from SDD pounds of. ore to
tons per day.
Miss K. i'orry, a relative of the present
managing lulitor of this paper, who lias re
cently arrived from Wisconsin, i, of course
a Kt ranger u 1'roseott, but has already pla
ced our filizeus undor obligations by consent
ing to assist in singing at tho Masonic Instal
lation on Wodno-day evening. She will al
so take part in the exercises at the school
house on Monday evening whore she will
sing a solo. The " L-al " takes the liberty
of eontmendiug Miss I'orry to the good ieo-
Tho new schcwil hiu.se bell, for which the
jwople aro indebtetl to tlic teacher, Mr. H.
Sherman, and he to his friends cast, whom
lie induced on his Centennial trip to con
tribute to its purchase, arrived, as we have
Howirs was a little hoorse from tho effect of airei,lv noticml. last week, and was put up
aeoald, but nevertheless, brought down the i jn jti njnctf jn tie tnwPr on Satimlay aftcr
houseand was rejealedly ealll. Miss IVrry j )(HJl ,tJHlt nlo-el to make a sound until
who has never before, except a: mo .Masomc Uf., tho cloac of the old
Geo W. Curtis' Saw mill started up this
morning on a large order, for lumber, for
the Government, to he used at Camp Mo-
jave, and will now, probably not slop again
during the winter.
Kveji tin? Currency llrrc.
pjtjaad been a man of considcr
jSl traveled in Europeand was
fm in S.n I'rancisco, but of
jcnt; moit of his time in this
; had a large immbcr of lo
lodes ia Hassayamp v di-
lich have crcr beon of any
lttt.igc U him. His friends i:
i i.? ...:t.
wave Kept iuiu ujijiui;!! nun
coi m?aa, dui nnienougn w
yniake any extensive dci'el-
s mins, and tn June last
(Francisco with the hoj of
2pit.nl to build a mill,
pa the 4th of July had the
c run over and hurt while
radc in the streets. Dispair
ishiiig anything there he tv
ibtt two weeks ago, but ap-
Jp, careworu and fwcblc. He
jirobably between sixty and
rJJlliearcd to have given up the
u"T3r .. . .i-...- r
t realizing anyuuug uum
: . i . i
ng, no uouui, over uu i-
othing better than the grave
11 concluded, without waiting
- that must sooner or later
. .i us all, to hurry himself by
into the presence of the
. ts. there to take the place
b? belief, in the
: :s spirit is adapted. He
iai - aughtcr in San Francisco
1. tue store of B. H. Weaver
j :' miners from the moun
Vh I'.'.ving in supplies, and pack
jss ibs s for s retreat to their
jTe of Pnveott asa young lady of very superi-
. " , i or nttainnionts in several dunartnients of llt-
uri that ever since ite r . :.'.,
ik : ortiurc as; wen .is in iiiu.sic, nun, wiiii.ii, a
. a cavalry company in San va,lwWc aCfIisltion and bright ornament to
4th Of Julr. his head had i
icrtnd he felt that his mind
The rehearsal at the new school house,
last evening, bv those who intend taking
part in the entertainment of the Prcscott
Litcrnrv. Dramaticand I.ibrarv Association,
oa Monday evening next, was attended by
si! interested, and the programme was ar
ranged by the committee apioinicd for that j
Uirp.'C IU1U WU. ociiutv Nilisutiuii i inure
who arc to take part. The committee wc
think have made xcellont selections which
cannot fail to givesatisfaction and call out
the largest audience ever yet congregated
in this town. The entertainment of the As
sociation on Monday next is the first of a
series which thev intend giving and they
feel a pride in making, this, their first effort
. . , , .i.
a success. Once Having ncani uicir
rmtatian and knowing the talent that
it has. Ihjcii their good luck to secure,
we feci confident that this t to be a real
Moody's Wouk in Chicaoo. Chicago,
December 14- At the noon-day prayer
meeting yesterday a remarkable scene oc
urre'i. Moody raid a long and elegantly
composed letter from one who announced at
the opening that site was a prostitute. The
latter ex-postulated with the Evangelist for
not speaking some good word for lost wo
men, while devoting himself to wicked men.
The audience was deeply moved, and manv
were m tears. Moody announced a meet
ing for this class of women to-night at the
Tabernacle. Over 10,000 were in and
around the Tabernacle last nighL This be-
in"- the last week of Moody s labor here.
the attendance is increasing every night
Quite a number of trams were on our
streets to-day loaded with com and other
installation, appeared ln'fore a Presoott audi
ence, did herself much credit as a singer, her
voice i excellent, and her famllliarlty 'with
the science of music apparent. The audience
manifested their apprleation of her efforts by
loud and prolonged applatiH. J. P. Lloyd
rather astonished his friend by hi comicali
ties which created inoreamusomeiit thuunny-
t....i. t... .w,iit heard in Trecott
picitircs iroiii iiiiuin-. ,.-' ............
Wc have nowimo nor spnw to comment iitr
there surtico it to say that there was nothing
put iion ttie stagt' that was not first elass.
Past Puksknt ani FtTfiiK
The tableau at the entertainment last night
represciitlng the distraction of the pine tree
on tho Plaza was highly apprielntod. Tho
ilrst M-ene showed the 1'reseott Plaza in ISttS
with miners rcioslng in tho .shade of tho
2d Same In 1S70 with axman chopping
down the trecH by authority of the Council
3rd Tho City dads with watering iol.s
sprinkling old stubs on the pla-i and u
warning placard "no camping in tho shade
of these trees."
year when it Ircgua to send a silvery jenl
out through the still night air. Soon the
booming of giant cartridges wa heard as
an accompaniment, and such a ringing and
firing was then kept up until twenty min
ute of the New Year had slowly moved in
the calender of 1S7T, as wa never before
Do not forget tint II. V. Cram keejH the
choicest Confi-ctionary in town.
II. V. Cram at the Variety Store has just
received a choice lot of apples, raisens, Ac.
S. Jackson, Mrs. C. W. Itcaeh and Miss
Perry left for Kirkland Valley this morning,
on a short visit.
ltobert Garsidc, from Kirkland Valley, Is
in tow n. Hob is a good farmer, and i get
ting rich. So much for industry.
Wickcnhurg, Jan. 3. California and
Southern mail Stage left for Proseott at 0
"High in St.IUvon's tower,
At midnight hour,
The groat 1k-11 Roland sjokc,
And all who slept in Ghent awoke."
Tho acquisition of this splendid Iwll is
another source of jiut pride in our people.
They are proud of this school house, proud
of their teachers, proud of the children and
proud of the bell, not because, like the
great bell, Roland, it is to call people to
arms in the doad hour of night to save a
threatened city, but because it is to summon
those who in after years arc to take our
places in theaetive business of life, to their
lessons, where they arc to be fitted for the
stern duties that are to devolve upon thorn.
"Toll lioland toll!
Xot iu St. Havou's tower,
At midnight hour,
Xor bv the Scheldt, nor far off Zuyder Zee.
Ihit'hcrc, this side the Sea 1
And here in broad bright day!
Toll Holand toll!"
ger to them wlibfiaaandy whiskersf rodtf
up and asked them to bring a package to
town and leave it at the express oliicc. This
they consented to do and the man handed
them a package which afterwards proved to
be a small bur of gold bullion, this Alexan
der put in his pocket, but when he handed
him some larger packages which could not
be got into his pocket, he put them in 'his
saddle pockets, and thought no more about
it until he met Standcfer and Evau, when
they asked to look at it. and whon Staudefer
instead of handing it buck to him put it in
his own pocket, Alexander, then and there,
began to suspect for the first time that he
hud got himself into a scrape.
They assume an air of indifference and
affect to regard the matter as simply an un-
fortunate circumstance titat will all be sat
isfactorily explained at the projier time.-
The men are entire strangers, so far as we
can learn, in this part of the country and al
though they are dressed in laborer's garb and
talk in au honest '.one, we, as well as those
who read this, will be unavoidably forced to
the condition that the story is "thin." Since
the above has been in type we learn that Je
sus (Haioos) stoppd the stage after driving
some distance, after the robbery, nud went
back to the scone, after the robbers had left,
and he and Evans examined the ground as
well as they could in the night, find
ing the mail bags cut open, many of the
letters torn open and Kvans picked up a
check drawn by the Peck Mining Company
on the First National Gold Hauk, San Fran
cisco, for $00. A preliminary examination
of the parties will be had to-morrow morn.
At tW tt'tne of tb tirMf' jurenU, to tbti
DwmU-r at. IS7S. bv the Kt. J. A. Irrill, Mr. A.
S. HeuUlt and 51U. Helena V. Mllr
If vou want to got a good bargain in
common Clothing, Gloves, Stationary, Cut-
lerv, Tov?, -Mantle and Parlor ornaments,
Arc, !fce.. go to II. V. Cram's Variety Store.
Miss Nellie Williams ha an advertise
ment in to-days Ismio whieh will bo read
with delight by our young friends who wish
to lc-arn the accomplishment of musia, Wc
bespeak for Miss W. a liberal share of pat
The Social Hop given at lort Whipple
on Monday evening, wo undcrstind, was n
vt-rv nleasant affair, as are all their socials,
which arc given, every Wednesday evemu-
at tho Gen. Crook Club Hooiq.s
The new Medical Director is just a?
lnroe as Doctor Mntrrudcr and therefore is
just as good wo have known him for
some years, by rcputition, having m eu iu
New Mexico at the time ho was on duty in
Commodore Vanderbilt died a 10 o'clock
this" morning, Jan, f.
The following appointments woro announ
ced In Washington Dec. '21. Ldwant M.
iVnr. V. M. at Glolie, Pinal County, A. l.
Mrs.Salliol). Haydon. P. M. at Ilaydcu's
Forrv Maricopa County, A. T.
Ji-pt.k P.Wi. Wkiieu, the newly appointed
District Attorney, has located permanently
, i . l..
in Prc-icott and nnnouncas ntmseii as
to wait on those who may need his profes
Wo tire in hopes our Legislature will
memorialize Congress for a daily mail from
the end of the U:ilroad to Pre?cott, and as
for second class otllco that will hnvo to come
as the proeoods of the otljco will necessarily
The amount of cash turned over to the
Hoard of Supervisors by John H. Marion,
County Treasurer, for lS7fi and belonging
to the Territory and County, $7,252.70 nud
was by them transfered to the newly qlectcd
Treasurer, E. J.. Cook.
Wc expect soon to receive fron tho Board
of Supervisors, for publication, tho annual
report of the County Treasurer, showing re
ceipts of licenses, taxes, poll taxes, finc3,
etc., together with the disbursements for the
year 187C, thereby giving our readers an in
sight into what has been done with the funds
of the County during the year. t- " X
Parties desirirous of making remittances
to San Francisco can take thuir currency to
the office of tho Peck Mining Company and
obtain sight chcck to onnF.u. on the First
National Gold Bank of San Franciico. No
chocks are drawn except against actual shijj-
ments of Bullion, and this method of re
mittance is cheap and safe particularly
since roblwrs have commenced attacking
the stages on the mute here.
Go to the Peck Mining Company with
your greenbacks and keep the currency here.
CATGUT AM) TX JAIL.
Staob UonnBP Ao.viN. -The ont-golng
stago wan stopped, between six and seven
o'wlock last night, In the canyon at oolsey
Hill. Ixkwecn Skull Valley and Tonto
Springs, some twenty-eight miles from Prcs
cott. J. W. Kvans, the only passenger, was
commanded to throw up his hands, but as
he has but one, ho held it up and was re
quested to show tho other; this he could not
do, and uikhi making thai laciapparcm, was
excused. Tho roblwrs, two in number, then
proceeded to rille tho stago of all express and
mall matter, one shielding himself lKihlnd
a rock with a Hpenrer ritleioiiitod in the
direction of Jesus Kb dri vervain! Mr. Lvam
Thev picked up Mr. Kvans pistol from the
.mi un,! rema rkod that thoy would not
mind swapping with him, but laid it down
again. It mav b well to remark that the
command to throw up his hands, aceotiipu
nlwl by tho prosoneo of a loaded rltle ioint
od at his head, came so suddenly that he had
no chance to nso tho pistol, ami was obliged
to lot It lio on tho seat w here he had placed
it in order to have it handy.
After taking all they wanted, they directed
the driver to go on, with tho nmiark that ho
or Kvans might return in an hour and gathor
no the naiwrs. etc. After going a short dis
Unco Kvans crawlt-d back over tho top of
the coach and descended by the back boot
without sioonimr tho stago. and returned to
tho scene of tho robbery with tho Intention
of surprising them at their nefarious work,
but upon examining his pistol he found that
while pretending to want 10 swap tor n, mcj
had removed all the cartridges from it and
ho was powerless. 'Ho then procodod to a
house In Skull Valley, procured u horse ami
made the best time ho could over the new
Miller road to Prcscott where ho routed out
Deputy Sheriff Standcfer, and they two star
ted iMick on tho main stago niadto tho scene
of thorobberv. When a-short distanco be
vondthe ranch of Mr. Hlair, thoy met two
men on horseback who had a mulo with
them packed with a cam-wr's outfit. This
was between two and threo o'clock this
morning. Thinking this a suspicious cir
cumstance they arrested tho two men and
took from thorn sovcral packages of bullion,
checks, letters, otc, and brought thorn, to
gether with the men, whom they lodged m
jail, to tow n.
Wo soul a reporter to the jail this morning
who elicited tho following .statement from
the parties undor arrest. Tho first, who gave
his name ns M. V. Alexander, Is a man of
medium hi&ht. sandy complected, with san
dv whiskers. Tho other, nearly tho same
sfze, alsosandv complected, pave his namo
as Thomas Horry. They ootn sa;u uio.
came from Novada, but declined to aHswor
w hat port of that State. Alexander at first
ho had never been hero before but after
wards qualified his statement uy saying t mu
thev had been camped near Tom Sanders'
house, west of Granito Creek, since Now
Year's Da v. Berry saici ho was well known
Jn this Territory, having resided at Green
wood, which place ho left a year and a-half
ago, and went to Nevada. They both said
thoy bad been to Hull's ranch at Mint A al
ley to see about ranching some horscs.somo
of which thoy had brought from Novada,
and sonio they had traded for.
Titer had spent the most of yesterday in
the mountains back of the American Ranc'a
trying to find a spring of which they had
been told and where they hoped to find a
good placo to start a ranch. They had
tried to camp a short distance beyond Lcc's
house, but finding they could not make their
horses stay there had saddled up and come
on; while attempting to make camnstran-
At Camp Vrd Diss. 3lt 1S7U, tath wife rf UeuW
S. Smith a tUugbter wfc;htaff 9 pound.
At Camp Vrrde Dec. ft)lh, to the wlf of W. M. F!n,
LUG A L;
Notice County Printing.
I'ropiMaU wilt S rsWnl br 0e 1WM of 8uprUir
f Va.(ipui Cttaaty. Atfiwta. 'ut tu Monday February i,
1S77. at lllw'eWick. A. M.. for Je!o th Couaty prialtti?,
iidterlUlitr. to., f coiimy. fr the perUd r una
j-eur tiwu th data of nwarvt ut contract, ihtf Wnl re--at
ttise ta right to rrleot auy nud nit bM.
ClerV ltoirJ of Suierrl. Yavapai To , A. T.
11 r vrxUr f Ui lloar. Juo3ir4t.
Application For Patent.
V.S LAND OFFICII
Vn&COIT. A. T.. Urwmhr t?, 1F76.
NeOff Ulifretiv clven tkat FreJ WlllUmj, K. C. '
SlfeleBnU Comptoy wWe lNxtoflle iwlrtre 1 lre-
nttu ArUoua TemUiry. bare tol Jay flint tltrlr appllca
Ann fr a rtent fr eveBteru hundrrJ f 1.70O) linear feel
if tho CaWftimin vein or Vl be.irtoir jroM ut ttlter-wlth
nurfntrnun,L twhUD.lre,l flSXIJ fret In width.' Slta
utr lyliir and leSng m Ttser lUnlnc UUtrictffmnerly
Ptae Orovo .MiolnR Dittilet) Cmratr of Yavapai ami
T rritwrr f Arixuna an,l Ktmirn and rflrutrvl by ta
0H nwtri and ottirtol plat m ftle In thU ottloe ai lot N.
H tnUwnliiptmlO) N'ortU lt-mceona (I W" ot OUa
ami Sti lttver Meridian". The exterier boaaiUrle of
Wt S". -t. botn iu li.llow. to- wit t
VimwIiwb H.'5 K roaiiiieiH-Uiir at centre of naa on
Niwih en.1 of claim. SHart bekmc j.Hntly to tte Callfr.. .
uUt awl IJeatAii Mlainr OtnpmrsM. Thence S t23. Eotie
liundmL lW) wet to Hwhinnent 2J. 4 m .S K eorner of .
Ilentoii Ixle. Patented Ai-rlt iMt. 1S74. One hudre4
nad thfeo 5S W (tttV.V lU0feettX K rorner of claita
where l wt i l crouthta ffranlte ruekMiltxH liehe .
(Narked C l.Nrt.1. Kiw which -rner a pine tiv 54
inebe l Jlameter. bear N" .V'. AV 5 feet dUtant a i-lae !
BehetnHmeterbtr.S7. K K feetdUUot. Th-nm
S US' T JV .rventeen hiitxlnsl (1.TU0) feet to the S E w .
t r .vf elalm wher.- i e I in the pruund a (jranlt ton
ami nnMkel O. I.. N2 frmn wl leh ao oak C Inebet In
rttemeter NMr S ;T- W 21 feet distant an oakS Inehe in '
rltaiaeter lnm lar S Tl0 K 3 fret dl-tant. Theiir X
f.i W SI 16-ICO fr-t to S W corner of claim, where U
et! in the grwiml a nKW 51x10x12 inehe marked OI '
Nn. a frww whWh an oak 3 Inched Id diameter bears S .
7(P W If t-t dutunt an oak 1 1 tnche ia dlameU-r heart -N
23 W CS feet dt.tant. Thence ? S3' 07 W eveueen
hnnlre4 l.TW' feet to X W oreruf fhta where I t
Inebe ia the ground a enmite tme 22x12x0 i marketl
r I. Xa 4 from wliich no iwk 10 inche In dlame'er
he$ir S SS8 W HJ fee tdl-tont. Thence S !- K a.:S-10
f.-et to mMioment No 1 on S W corwr of HeRtoe Lod .
aDdon-titmlreilnndlhreeandSS-lOOtKaM-itJOfert o .
centre of hatt and pJarcof berclnjrconUinlnf ,.rO-l00
Th Wntion of thi rnlneU dnly rec-rtJ In fh-e Re-.
cird-r' oflJee of Yavapai Coiiuty, Aritona, in Book, B,2
of mla.. Fotlo 2iii. . .
Anv nml alt p Tnt rlaiaiine advirrsely any pvton or
uU i'atilorrda raine or aid miniujr ground a herein be- -fi.re
deeribcl ar reifxire-l to S; their ailvenm datni
with the reciter of the t'nlted StUea. Iiod Offleai
Presnitt. A rlxona Territory, during the 'xty day pertI .
of j.uhlicaHon hereof or they will bo Iwrred by virtue of
the pmvt. ontofthe Sutute. W. KF.LIA. Itefi.ter.
S U M M O PT S
IN THE DIST1UCT cnfUT. TIUHD JUDtCIAl, :
Dlitrlct, Territory of Ariiona. County of avapaU
Knis stamet v. Auci: M. STANwr
Actio bronchi l th DWriet Court of the Third JodtclAl
lltrict. In and for the county of Yarapai. Temtorr
7Ac Jr"rriary of Minna ttndt Crating to Ah'ct 3f.-
Stvn a're hereby t-immoncl and required to nrr' !BIJ
action bmucht ei?in.t vou br t to alwy named Pf-
In the Ulitrict Uourt oi ine i mtu juuivmi t
for the Cwmtv of Yavapai. In the Territory of Ariroaa.
andan.wcrtiieciwtipiaint dint with the CUrfc f thU
Court at PrecotL in ni't couuty. I copy of whwh com.
plaint neewmpanie thi mmmoq.J. nithin twenty days
excludveof thedayof ervlcel aftr - the rv!fle upon
you of thi ummon. if -rved in thU county - but If .
jrved out of the ennty Bnd within thU dUtrlct. tbec
olthln thirty i y : la alt other cae forty dy.
AndyoiVareliebvnotifieilthatlfyoii foil to appear
nnd nwr the cimplalnt a atwve requirod, th pUin
tiff will raVe a decree dlK injr the IximU of matriroony-.
between the mM plaintiff and mt tlic aH defondant and
divorcinir him trora you nllctre.1 In aM complaint to
hU wife and uch other relief according- to "V?r .
ald complaiut and cot and JUbuwement tn thU bel alf
'veiTundermv hnnd and the ical oT !b fald Dliirict
(uli i lrecitt. thi ixth day of Iecember. A. U
t omt. at i-rew. -vu.I.IAM WIf.KEltSOX, Clerk.
ll.S.l Ily H.C. MKUKJIU Di pitly.
Harprare. I.eynanl X Weber, Atturneys for MatntilT.
, U. S. LAN'o 'on'JCB r
iWcott. A. TV PwnAVsrXlSTS. "
Tomr. Atlantic ami Facihc KAiLKAO'CourAxr.
In the Matter of Preemption v'rat Eplrr, No. PO, in
the name of Unnlet OTary. Uoycrrae S'l Sectios 21
tnn i)hlp 18, North of Kane 5k V Cl'lila and Salt litre r
Ttie aborc ttact 1 w'.thla tVt liiatt ef the Grant to the
Atlantic nnd Faclfic niilrrjml-Ciniivinv which took effect
rnn-U 1?, 1S72, Danlil ft'Lenty haviop ettlcl prior tn
withdrawal his Kutr has been approved by the Hon.
.T. A. WUlinmwn, CommUtoner General Ijind Office.
t uiijeet to any appil within nlxtv Java frcm the date
hereof. W. N. JELIA, Kt citf.
Xotlco is heienv jrlven that the TJeUMcp'
the year A. I). IsTo" has lieen placcit tn'tS
nif'iiet AUorncv. Delinquent TaxM'Ayr Wit tor
notified that t( the tAxe In aid MfiiW 4an, of ha
fiel nre-notpaVl to the l)ltrict AV" f ?e hereby
dara from Ike date hereof. nc w'- -C-raid
D'utrict Attorney fr t-u co' J"1"1 twenty
.-meow, a. t, '.SfSs;
produce of the country &rIf.