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FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1877.
Official Paror of Ynvapui County.
SC. H. Cftw, 4Jfi Montgomery ttrtct, San Drattcitto, it
ol'-Apintfor te AicUOX.v MINER iu (Aal rify. He it
c.ulhorited ta tottret nontys due Otit etUtliithmtMt,
- take ordert for adrtrtiting and attend fa any other
Jbtuinet? HeeoJeing upon Aiih at tke rtprtttHtatirt -
the pubiitltrt. ,
Goin- ((own town Tuesday cvc. tvc met
Judgo M. Alastcrson, who is devoting a
rrrcat deal ot ins umc ami attention to
mines and nrinlmr. Mr. 31. returned
Prcscott Saturday last, from Turkey Creek
; mining district, where he, W. C. Collier and
others arc at work on the old and well
known Goodwin silver mine, which is situa
ted some 30 miles a little cast of south from
2'rcscott, aud about a mile from Turkey
Creek. The mine was named iu honor of
ox-Governor Goodwin. The company's main
Tvorkinir shaft is now alout 80 fect in depth,
at the bottom of which is a cood-sized vein
of black ore. which assays from ?509 to
The blasting iu the nunc
The Los Angeles papers arc doing all that pay. transportation or subsistence of troops
good paper should do to secure ue trade to 1 employed MIrA TLvJUVor of
i rr ii i cither J1c1ioIh or lnicKani as viotrnoroi
of this Territory lor ho business men of iSiatm. or ln "pport of cltlierofiho rival
iuniiui Hit niuuoui muit. tuning . ; ljijlMnUiroS III 1110 OOIHIIWril tJllllV.I , lll.'MJ,
wc wisji mem hick in tneir cnort?, mil tear , prolilutteil tlio employment 01 any portion
they will not be ns successful as they desire of tho Army in support of the claims of nuv
to bo. Their main hope for aid to secure fStato OoTenimeiit or ot cor, unless such
viiil fm.lo in nrcttv well rooted in thn mil- ! Wovomment or olHcor shall 1 1 ivo licon duly
i .1 f 1 elirootea m t no rail- p,,! by congress. Tho bill was or
road that is now approaching us. 1 he Ex- ... rhitod
press believes that tho Railroad Company
will favor its city; advises its merchants to
import from New York, direct, and taking
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certain mini's inr gramou, imhuij hj-su-hs, hi
a guarded way, of course, that under such
circumstances!, it will be to our interest to
purchase all the goods we may uecd from
Los Angclenos. Arizonans would not object
to this, provided they could do better, or
orcn as well, as they'could do by going to
San Francisco. But, won't it bo as it was in
in ! California aud Nevada after the railroad
had reached tliosc Mates irom mo r.an
Chicago then undersold Trisno and 'Frisco
will bo apt to undersoil Los Angeles. True,
we mut continue to purchase Los Angeles
oranges and other fruits, until such time as
we raise fruits of our own. As for flour, wc
can raise wheat and make it at home. Even
Californians underrate our farming and man
ufacturing abilities, as they will soon dis
cover. Los Angeles can have good foundries
aud supply our mill men with machinery,
and this matter s.hc ought to attend to
I .Mill (If 11117 tXfll. JUB V. 1 . .
is done with giant powder. In onlcr ro get ! prs and people have always Jtori y us
rid of the smoke, ouicklv. thev run a tun- j aud wc do not forget them for it, but they
,iimi nn immonM dpnnsit of i must secure more direct nuiroau
'"r 1 ,
rich ore. Thev keen nine men constantly
employed. The shaft is, or will soon be,
timbered. The Company have, just sold 10
tons of the ore to 3Ir. Daniel Shaw, who is
agent for 3lessrs. T. D. Bradford & Co., San
Vw Tltiff lrtf nf nm will li?nnrl
to Newark. New Jcrsev. and there worked. ' upon our trade aud travel
3rr. Shaw has sampling rooms in rear of
tho Peck Mining Co.'s office, 3rontczunia
sh-cr, Prcscott, where ho is prepared to pur
chase ores at the following schedule of
.Tinccs: w per cent, tor an ores oi per
- -,tbn, and CO per cent, for all over $800 per
ton and 05 per cent, for $1000 ores. Mr.
3Iasterson saw but little snow on his way iu
and says that the mountains were quite dry,
lint it ha3 rained and snowed out there since
of Arizona north
couuting a great
trade with thi
cation with that portion
of the Gila river before
deal unon having a larc
section of the Territory. A railroad to
omc point on the Colorado, at or near the
Xecdlos would give them a biir purchase
;tlicn-")ic will find more "wetness" ou
T5. r e Flat Mining Company arc smk--inffHi'
ton a mine belonging to 3la
jor W:' v. ai, .which promises well. The
ataft I- !- av down over SO feet.
Mr. It I Hubbard, foreman of
miue. os.'.!'--1 io town a few days
Yim.v Items. We enndenso as follows
from the Sentinel of February 17:
George Martin, who adTertisos in the
Mixitit, has received a new supply of drugs,
medicine, stationery, etc.
Paymaster Mayuadicr and his clork, Mr.
Hubbard, had arrived from Ehrcnbcrg.
Immigrants were arriving.
A married man at Greenwood, 3lohavc
County, last week left his wife and child
and eloped with the wife of another. He
returned for the child, when lie was met by
the injured huMrmd, who fired seven shots
at him from a Henry rifle, one ball going
throiurh his hat aud another clippinsr his
t.thl a frvan reporter that at the time he
left the m': is, tho Company's shaft was down
SOi feel, -ltd that the ore was very rich.
Tie t'yjup.i!y givacmploymeut to about TO
writ. MiT than TO others arc engaged iu
ruriou pw: - nits at and near the mine. All
hsvc moue;. and arc feeling happy.
Mr- Ja i lvellcy,who hy the vay, is one
Af tlif- b savers on the Coast, informs
nUntitf. tstwok, assayed and put his
stamp :'P2 in gold, and $3G1.1G in
lver. He. one dav of this week, fixed up
Oar the .Mm $1,290 iu gold, the proceeds of
IS tnn ot mi from tho ltob Jioy lode.
GnJ Cveu. TV. "W.nutchisjon ar
-tI?& huinc i.i3t eveuing, from Black Canyon
- Wi !u J arg mining district, bringing
ihe gMHl i-.e .tfa that IUU Smitli's ten-stamp
at!L uv3r " .okeuburcr, is, and has been for
lonjr tiuii- 1 ast. workincr up IS tons of
Yartaro every 24 hours; ore paying
first-rai1 Uso, that It. TV. Groom and
John J4 1 ( rt in arc running night aud day
- 4ttfts i-ii I !o Gross-cut lode, in Black Can
ym"ditri t. TliC3-are down about 30 fect
8il hac o g'odvein.
"; Tiit AUtL Mill hasj list finished working
HH hilt of ore from the Bob Roy and
Tiarer !oU". Tho ore from the last-iiauictl
lodv wor!. -d up to 92 per cent, of the
aty vhu ni'A yicldwl at the rate of ;)0
' 5,000 in silver bullion was,
i: din the Peck Mining Com
::rc, all from their A ztlait mill.
n Is no loprcr in charge of
tlic cck jeari 'pl0 amjry man then dismounted tor a
ago, and j Sfca(jer Hjni but the Lothario begged m
nitoouslv. that his life wa-? spared. In this
shape the story reaches us. At last account
all the parties were at Ehrenberg, m hero the
erring woman was being advised by her hus
band to return to her duty and her family.
The buds of higher civilization are evidently
beginning to blossom among us.
The Pueblo (Colorado) Republican says
that one 3Iax Lichenthal left that place after
having ,4got away" with the proceeds of 27,
000 sheep and a '"curious" check for 10,
000. Mr. Lichtcnthal, or "LikcitaU" used
to be an 8th Cavalry soldier and was at one
time stationed in Arizon.i.
The Los Angeles Republican is sore over
the appointment of Dukelbcrger as post
master. It sees ruin to its party In the re
sult, and tells Senator Sargent that he will
have to suifer for it. Easy, friend, don't let
so small a matter veto your constitution in
aim v nuioisiu, j't'ii. i.
The merchants of this city held a meeting
vosteixlav. at tho rooms of tho Chamber of
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I OllUnOrCO, IOUOVLi; iiiunnn iu unm iiiu iiiiiii-
ber of failures of largo nierehtuHs iu the
country, which arc growing too frequent.
Thcrb won' 1 IS deaths In tho city duringlast
week 10 of of which were from small-pox,
and 33 from dlpthorla. A largo proportion
of tho latter wore lu tho neighborhood and
adjoining Mission Swamp. Eighteen now
caosof small-iox wore rojwrted during tho
Chicago, Feb. 23. Gen. McArthur, post
master in the City, has resigned and gone
into bankruptcy. Ho proves to bo in de
fault thirty-eight thousand dollars, which
his bondsmen will have to pav.
Victoria, IS a, Feb. S.
Parliament opened yesterday -by the Lt.
Governor. The separation feeling is dying
out. Lord Carnovan's dispatch has had a
The Colonist is confident that the anti
scparatiouists are in tho majority, and an
ticipates no further trouble, unless railway
contract is repudiated by Canada
Steamship Gussio Telfair, from Sitka, is
sixty days overdue nt this port,
Brownsville, Texas, Feb. 21.
Gen John Cortina was arrested this morn
ing at f o'oloek and placed In the military
prison. It Is believed ho will ho courtmar
tialed and shot for not obeying the order of
President Diar., to present himself at tho
City of Mexico to answor for his conduct on
the frontier for Uie past ton months.
Citv of Mexico, Feb. lfi.
Pending tho counting of thu vote in the
Presidential election which has jot takan
place In this Republic, 5en. Diaz has been
sworn hi as President ad interim.
Dead Wood, Feb. 25.
Last evening, near Crook City, Indians
attacked ami captured Dick Dun's, Ilorntck,
and Kvan' cattle trains, killing two men
McOonlgloaud ltolllv, and several wounded.
A nostoftice has beon pstablUtietl at Auto
lopeVallcv, Arizona C. H. Gonung, post
niater; afso one at Skull Valley . J.
Watch acre, P. M.
Latest by Tclcgrnpli, Hayes TVins-.
San Diego, March 22 r. m.
A dispatch just received statos that Hayes
was declared President at one o'clock this
morning after fillibustcring all night.
Washington, March 1.
The Executive Committee on Inaugural
Ceremonies have decided in favor of x grand
Despatches from Columbus, Ohio, this
evening, say Governor Hayes and paity will
Ioavo to-morrow noon ior i usuinmn.
In tho House vestcrday the Sundry Civil
Appropriation bill was passed.
A resolution was offered in the House yes
tcrday, by Schllcher, of Texas, recognizing
Hampton ami Nichols' State Government in
South Caroliua and Louisiana. It was re
jected yeas, 13G; nays Oil.
Washington, March 3. A session of Cab-
Linct was held to-day. All departments were
represented. 1 lie session was longer man
usual, although nothing especially important
was considered. The Iresident reiterated
his.detcrmination not to interfere in South
a STi:r rouwAitD.
Tho Weekly Arizona 3'tiNEn, enlarged and
improved, will, in all human probability,
make its nppearanco to-morrow evening and
will, wo hope, please Mi thousands of old
and new friend. The Minuu has almost
alwavs endeavored to keep a"o with, and a
little" ahead of, the mpiirvmcnts of the
town and Territory of which it is tho oldest
and truest exponent. In saying tuia
much, wo do not wih tc be understood as
maneuvering or talking to detract from the
merits of any of our contemporaries, all
of which are now excellent papers; but we
do claim some little cicdit for long and
faithful scrvico as a soldier of the pen in
this, our beloved Territory and hopo that those
for whoso interest tho Hixun has labored,
since march 4, 1SC1, will, by their patronage
and good will, continue Io enablo us to keep
the old sheet where it hajalwnys been, ahead
of all of its contemporaries, in size, vigor,
fairness and candor.
Tho facilities of tho "Mixcn oflico for
doing all kind of printing, are not surpass
ed by thoe of any other oflico between Los
Angeles, California, and San Antonio, Tcxa,
ami it shall be our groatust caro to conduct
the business of the oflioo in an honorable,
business like wav. Whilo wo shall, at all
times, be nleaed to receive orders for print
ing, subscription, etc., ws do not propose to
force the paper upon anj person not canug
to take it, nor is it our purpose to oog ami
implore iconic to favor us with advertising
and job printing. Xo. The paper must
speak for itclf; our job work will have to
do our soliciting for work in that line, and,
wc. ourselves, sludl endeavor to gain the
thanks and esteem of our patrons by proving
faithful and active in this discharge of our
duties to them.
aS'kw Advkiitiskmkxt. Mr. Tanner, of
Oak Creek, advertises itood work-oxen for
sale. Dr. Cogswell, one of San Fran
Cisco's best dentists, publishes his canl, to
which we respectfully direct attention.
H. Ellis t Co.. Montezuma St., advertisa
their business in to-ditv's Mixeu. They
keep everything, and sell cheaper than the
cheapest. TT Otis, our worthy P. telN
what he keens for sale at the Postoftice. He
takes subscriptions for all good Coast pa
pen, at publishers rates. James Howoy,
a good blacksmith, who has proven his faith
in Prcscott, bv tho erection of the haiidsom
est brick building in Arizona, tells what he
is prepared to do. His hop is next door to
Gotdwatcr's store, on Ctatcz street. C.
T. Rogers & Co., enterprising butchers, have
a double column advertisement iu this
.Mr. and Mr. Simmons and other TVHlanv
son Valley cople arc now horc. Mr. Sim
moiih has a case iu court against a malo Ikt
son who recently struck ,Mn. S. with a atone
jar, knocking her senseless, merely because
she rotuscd to rent nor place.
Ixoi.v.NB. The twenty Indians recently
captured by Major Rrayton, in the moun
tains, are now, by order of Gen. Kauti, tn
route home, to ban Carlos reservation.
IS'ISW SVW MILL-
Two and oue-halfmllea South of Preacott
The Ralh-LoYalle cas
when we went to press.
was not decided
Gcg. 1 logic.
inu mill nrflS, Is now
"enberg and Asher have taken
, during the last Aveek, about
'lust, from different placers.
p; a fine quality and is worth
il-;nt i. .Go at their store, arc con
:v lifting gold dust and silver bullion,
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M. Wormser, an estensivc farmer of Salt
River Valley, has this year planted six
acres of sugar cane. This is coniparitivcly
and promising a new industry in our large
A late commissioner of Internal Revenue
stated officially that the whisky ring had
stolen about $5,000,000. Somebody ought I
to figure a little on the Indian ring.
Work Cattle for Sale.
,. l,n r frt lnri. nit mtixlinni nt wiia ' r- -V: Tn?'ri " C". 15 tultr Ut
viu 'i , Cutnf Anlf. 100 bra4 wt AVkorllf
. -tbe Arlir..
!r a tau
.of wLli n t!t r uave taken in larjc quanti
-iiafe during !; last few days. The firm
lave dU'. ;m:ch toward devcIoing the
inB rich n:in s.that arc being Avorkcd in
thi te. dcscnc great credit from
. -.. i it. irlmln vmtmnlti' 47ir fi.
ziztwe. ; . tiut end. L. Bashford & Col"'li? memorials.
brU,MH.r!t durimr the last few davs. t 1SJ-' JMissed eighty-one acts and
reverHt ima.lrel dollars' worth of gold dust, i
' .1. G. Cd.-f pi-.-Y' itas received a iharc of gold j
sad til",r tivut the mines during he past
fovt djiv a hax . TV. M. Ruffum, B. H. TVc i-'
ve, II. i . Orjiiv, in. iwisillon, Anders .v j
Ic im. I v . . : A otlicrs of our business men, j SPECIAL TO THE JILYEE.
t-ii uki Uk; amount of gold and silver,
Thev sav that Don Cameron, Secrctarv of
War, is going to marry a daughter of Jerry
IlUck. Should he make the ritflc, some ed
itors will have a chance to say "well dou-c."
Rkmgious Services. Rsv. J. A. Merrill
Avill preach at the M. E. Ch.rch, on Marina
street, next Sunday. Subject, in the morn
ing: "Lcssohs ot the Captivity; in the cvc
ning, "Giant Judge."
The Silver City Herald states that
Charlev Wiiliams Avas recentlv shot in
shoulder, at Globs City, Pinal. County, Ari
The Legislative Assembly of 18T4-o pas3
; resolutions and memorials.
Itocght npii Prcscott, during the past few
tisy. i .isigregatcj aurny thousand dollars.
to his successor.
Pacific Coast items in tho Indian appro
priation bill as fixed by the Conference Com
mittee and finally passed by lwth houses
are as follows: For the Arizona Apaches,
$:500,000; for tho New Mexico Apaches,
$100,000; for the incidentnl exjcnses of the
scn'ico in California nnd Arizona, ?2."i,000
each. For incidental cxitcnscs in New Mex
ico, 20,000; for incidental expenses in Ore-j
gon, $l."i,000; for incidental exponses in Xc- j
A-ada , Ut;vh and in Washington Territories, '
Senate amendment, proriding for contin
uing' Hoopa Valley Agency, in California,
was stricken out ; but an amendment re
storing the Papagu Agency, in Arizona, is
retained. The bill otherwise makes the
usual proA'ision for pay of Agctits. etc., and
the fulfillment of treaty stipulation Aith
: the Pa.itic Coast Indians.
j Speaker Randall has telegraphed all mem
one j bcrs of the Forty-fifth Congress to be here
thr March fifth.
Sau Francisco, March I.
Gold 103; Greenbacks 95U0..
Washington, Feb. 2C,
Secretary Robinson says it the proposed re
duction is" made in appropriation, for the
pay of ofliccrs and men of the Navy sen-ice
abroad, that hips nnd crcATS Avill have to be
brought home at once.
New York, Feb. CO.
There is no longer a doubt that the plan
for placitig General Grant at the head of a
great Xcav York bank will ba consummated.
brmc eil!r. fir for calh.
IVkvj U uU tb tlmr.
Notice to Creditors.
Notb-e i hrrtbj- ffirns hy the dr!jfJ, KlroUUtra.
tor f iht rtaJe of Mark Oimlt, drcritW. I tlir Cftlt
n! anil .11 jroo kk.in; cUlmi .palo.t the taUl
ilecnunl. to nUtlnt Item lth urc4rj- Tvoebrrs, wlU
In ten raimltu aftrr tb tnt ptblHattoa of thl iioUtf, to
thr ui4 ailuilnbtra'or. at till uOot In IVrutt, Counly ot
Yarat-al. ao4 Ttnlturj of Ariioan.
C. A. U;KK, AdmM!Alr.
ratJ nt ITtiMfl tbli djr tf 3!r.h, IST7.
Harlnr now CoaipletsJ, uii la Pull 0frtt, asy ne
iAw.MUl, wltatSjlatMt iairetfri mick!ry, e
rittlog of 8AW8, 8HTKQLE MACHDTE. a&i
PLAINER, I ua fnputi, at tka ihetlt
BOttw, ta fill all ordtra iat th followisf
kladiof Lnabtr, eltier at the Kill
orntmy Lcabsr Yard la Pw
AND RUSTIC LUMBER,
Casings, Mouldings, Panolings
A IV I SHINGLES,
OF THE FJXKST
In ilwrt, KtfryUilnjr Id roy Up
irOR THIS CONSTKUCTION-
Terms Cash on Delivery.
AH prJrr rftjUtjr laall, ot UirnurU tb mercluwU o
WHITEHEAD k FLUMERIDfiE,
rnoriuETOiw op the
M0I,jrEZUMA ILES TAD RANT,
Bar a ad Billiard Saloon.
Wefct side ot riaia, - I'lUSSCOTT, A. T.
QUA LIT 1'.
w. z. Ariuav.
A. 0. HASKKIL,
WILSON & HASKELL,
Sash, Door & Blind Factory..
Having noir roiuplete-1. anU in full ojrrhiiin, oar
AVe ar prprt 5u furnl.h, chrr than ttvt brfow
Door Sasli, HIIihI MoMlugs,
ETO. ETC, ETC.
Planing and Matcking
Bone to Order.
Furnishing Matorial & Building
All Orders Promptly AtUinded to. -
OrnCEftJol KACTOsr Oa tbt curnr of Crtra atil
AuWr lreIt, ArioaJu
A T TJE2TTIO 2T I
V?e hav leat tt well kn.wu mlowi fnsw Mr. Lur,
anil will open thn liime rr accomiotlon r tu
imbllc. Ava will tr no miuv to mk the hoot
ml to none in tU Trrritorj-. Tb bar ttUI tm wp-
Finest Wines, Liiiuorft nutl Cigars.
Oar tilLUAntJ TABLES ar tus bl io tbe cwmtryi
TU iUuraot part will Wkift uj. in erjr rtjtcu
lar, aai xim l'oi xrJ J-rom all tlf
" ,h TOMA3 WHITEHEAD,
fUX.it UOUEKT PLUMEKIIiOE.
CABINET CHOP HOUSE.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
Day ami IHgrlit.
EOT AND COI33 LUNCH
Kvcrrtaia? jjlbl to b had, in Ita fraacis, an
up io Utwt tyle uf tba culinary art.
PI03VE 33 3K.
RESTAUR AfiT, BAKERY & SALOON
Tint tuiUlaj wulh of tht Ham Oalce, l'rm'utt.
IS'cw House New JSvcrylliiusr.
TIh nnjrljrani mot wpotfdJljr infutwa Uw pcWir
that Ma w pU. wMcU atana w tha ruioa of th
tainy recDtljr Uw-troj'ttt by flra, I iww opa tvr their
accowuhMUtiuo. an4 tiwt L Kill Ixs plnued ta tun
Five Loaves for Our DoHar.
PIES, CAKES, ETC
Hoard ptf wart. - -HDjle
THE SALOON DEl'AitTHEXT
Wilt alnnj-a be foaod
DriDkablTi aojl Citron.
ITfstt.e Arliono. DtcrmbtT 23, 187.
wU atockcU with prettr gvoi
THE CLIPPER MILLS
Hat MtaWUitJ a er
LUMBER - Y A.Xt r ,
On tlio West aids of Ginaite Creek.
Corner ZVIcCormick & GurlcySls,,
Vhr tb projrir wltl v3ray hare hwt all klaJi
of buildin; luuir.
Th Mill ar llaatl rJaht roitr Math cf lWntt,ii
tht Hatti j- f timber in Vatapt Cuoaty, aad aara
jVI wuya ' on ITaml.
t?5"Prtii,ttarattBtin jrlren U nnirw fr 0EU.VU
lumuci aixi wii wmi o:ii who nown.
JAS. O. WILET.
W. X. OAEDWELU.
It. 1' AUD EE.
SA Sf I'ltANCiSCO.
I'rxtt, Maitih 2, 1277.
Frljr ta Mr leaTitig' Tucon, we matlo
rfav--m'"is with Governor SafTonVd pri
vtc etfcrrury. !ij wlticli he agreed to fccml
to tlti jpc tJc principal prorisions of
ch At -u of lite lale Lcgitinturc as apiwar- j
-mi Ui I' of ir-ucral interest, but by some
Bt?n 'Ur inmoninda -got lost or mislaid, i
al in gwiing at wliat we wanted, he j
w-riolted car Fenco Law. So, knowing '
lw e.sr iarcuers and otthcr citizens of the J
i nmv hav t ecn, anu are,'io 5ee us provt
kw. tcrday telegraphed John V.
lltfrt. S.-ttiry of 'the Territory, who lost
v opymg antl lonrawtng to us
winch will.' wa hone, throw
ht on fence ?
filing fences inYavapai Connty
all Ileitis shall be nttclosctl by
i, and dclintis what shall ben
iThat If .stock break Into ground enclosed
lIvTa'lawful fence, tho owner shall be liable
for71nmfliroHi -and for a second olfcnce.
. ; thrngriitLieglect, to double damaga; nnd,
. for third offence, tho animals inay be dis
tralneL If any person materially injures Mcx;k that
lmvo broken Into his premises, ho shall bo
liable to doublo damages.
If a. fence has leen erected by ouo parly,
and another enclose land, so as lo uso It for
a. partition fence, he Khali lc liable for half
; . . its -al no, partition to bo repaired by nil ar-
tics interested. Hogs not free commoners.
Ji A fenef sufficiently close composed of povts
and rails, posts aud paling, postsnnd planks,
f .- palisades, or rails alono laid up In worm
.-jfaenco or turf, with a ditch on either sido or
" a. A-all of rocks or stone four and one-half
4 " feet high, xr of posts and lumber, or pickets.
iourieet uign; it inauc oi ran or poios -n orm
fmipe. live and one-half foet Jiiffh: If made
- on emlxinkiuent or ditch, uoWess than live
i fect Jdgh from tho bottom of Die ditch. In
all cases to be substantial and reasonably
alrom: aud so close that horses or homed
-! ittlo cannot iret tliolr heads thronch It. A
jpf" hedge or brush fence shall bo five feat high
and sntliciontlv close to turn stock.
Act to apply only to Yavapai Connty, and
to tako effect November Jar, 13 ."
" j J
Second Lieutenant Benjamin II. Chcovcr
SSJr-rSIxdt Cavalry, w appointed A. JL Q.
in connection with the extension of the mil-
itary telegraph liuc,from Camp Grant, A. T.,
;to ltalston, iS'cw 3Icxico, in )lacc of Lieu-
4vnrt- Tauap TwtAiil ntiil tt1 twnnrf li-
iuuk;i uui ..... ....
telegraph to the Superintendent Military
Telegraph Line, for instructions.
agr. Thomas Jefferson who was the third Pres
i'f ident of the United States, elected 1801,
It , ;was inauffurated ou the 5th dav of March,
Adaius holding over one day, which was
aunaay. diarcu -ith. .loucrsou established
. the precedent tthout toluol!
Washington, Fcb.S evening.
The Electoral Commission decided by a
vote of 8 to 7 that the three electoral votes
of Oregon shall be counted for Hayes and
Washington, Fob. 22.
Tho I louse has authoriauMl the President to
accept from tho French Kepublic tho colos
sal statue of "Liborty," and tlx tho slto for
its jo-.ition on Governor's Island in New
The Sonnte, on tho 2&1, aurcl to increase
the numlH;r of items in Kaval Appropria
Washington, Fob. 23.
The tenor of to-days stecial distntches to
the MiXBU are as follows:
The Democrats present at a conference in
Speaker Hnudall s room, last evening, ad
mit tlmt they agreed to offer nn amondmont
to tho Army Appropriation bill, to fix the
maximum of tho Army at 17.000 men, and to
prevent troops being used to uphold either
of tho State tiovoriuuonts in louisinnu nnd
.South Carolina. They deny, howovor, anv
aitomiu to uoit-nt tlio electoral count ir fili
bustering. Conimltico of tho Houso on LouL-tana
atfairs have agreed to report tho Xiehols
San Francisco, Feb. 23.
In the four-mile raw, vestcrdav, "Mollio
McCarthy," "Utdv Amanda," "liazjr Drad
lev," and "Billv Uriirhnin" started. First
heat won bv "Mollv McCarthv" in 7M3J4
Second heat, hy "Molllo McCarthy," iu
(N.'j. aii uisunceci uui "iiawir 1 who gets
second money. "Molly" takes rost.
Mm DJogo, Feb. 2t5.
It rained hero slightly Inst night, and is
Mill tnreatening. it rainrti hanlnll along
the lines north of hero last ninht. and tho
siomi sua comtnuo3.
Washington, Feb. 21.
Tho House, by a vote of H." toS7. have final
ly decided that the Presidential count Khali
Tlio lun ITmisnq nirf in tntnf nnraiii:,.i.
- . - - - . ... J"'iiv V. V . 1 tvililUII.
at noqn, and tho decision of tho Electoral
Commission in the Oregon caso was read.
Tho grounds of tho decision in favor of the
Hayes ami Wheeler electors are, that said
electors appear to itavo been lawfully atv
pointed, and to have voted, as such In tho
manner proscribed by the Constitution and
laws of tho Stale ; that thcrefusal of tho Gov
ernor to sign the certificate of oloction of tier-
..1 . . m . . . - .
son so ciccieu was oi no etiect m ucieatinL
their appointment, nnd that in eivinc a cor
tllicate to Cronin, ho committed an illegal
In tho House, by a voto of 151 to 107, It was
ordered that the te of Watts bo not count
Tho Joint Commission met and tho count
proceeded. When the Pennsylvania cer
tificates were openod, and objections inado
to counting the voto of that Slate, bocauso
DanielJ. Morrill, n Republican elector, was
n TJ.S. Commissioner.
In tho IloifiO. to-tlav. Atkins, from f?nm.
mltteo on Appropriations, reported Army
Appropriation bill. It reduces tho number
of tsivnlry regiments lo otaht in number of i
Xanilion- rcgUMIBM tc Amr. ltiul t.u other
W. O 'JO X
NORTH OF PLAZA,
Tucson, Arizona, Feb. 23.
Malcontent here have served papers on
Territorial Auditor Vosburjr, to tost the
legality of the Acts of the Mnth Legisla
tive Assembly, with a view to keeping the
Gov. Suffortl left, by stage, this afternoon
Yuma. Arizona, Feb. 13.
Sicamshin Ncwberno left San Franolsco on
tho sixteenth. Kxpeotcd at the mouth of the j NUTS AND CANDIES,
Colorado march bccond. uonneetmg ikxu
Mr srJtr of E. XT. W.ll buJ a V. Cat. PuMIc Ad
raluulruter, 1 will itll by auctiim, la frvut vf tbt Court
Saturday next, IMairch 3d, 1S77,
AT 11 O'CLOCK, A. M.,
Tin porvooal prurrty of lite tttatra af Jacob O. Bryant.
JIlcL-iel VMry, mil td wanl Can ay, contUtlDf, la jwrt. of
Horse, Wagon, Harness, Carpenter's Tools, j
Ilariaff r--ion ot thr aNiv naia I lollt ami Jam-
br iwrt-iioititf there'o. w ar prepared to fiii lutlrri fot
lamlM-r in prrat rarltr-
W vroutil o!U Ih -utnm ot the former txtrvm. anil
all wHhlnr to 1 Urubao lumiKr.
XT. II. CALDWELL,
Tretaett. Jaa. 3d, 18". Jan3C-tf
CITY MEAT MARKET,
PHILIP X0HLHEYEH, Proprietor
Hontczuma Street, o)aiitc the Miner office
liaTlatr porhanl th alrrt ti of Ic i: Dam-bcrty In
tba City Mrat iarkt, 1 Ukc thla weliwd, taruoh iLe
ralmnM of the 1MILT JtLNKK, vt notifyinjr the is of
lrrectt that "Yaa ITill will b Jnwt nappy to niet
tb eottfira ol too old ana, ati l iuta ar oaca, juarua
tttlug lo farniia thm tba nient
Steas,Roasts, Mattou, Sausase, CornedBeef
AND ALL KINDS OF GAME.
Call at nir Mrat MarVrl and eraniln f.r yxialva.
AU nxat will be rnaranlMU nrt and Rao.
Vanning Tool ami Implement., Kltlc,
rouclir. Cliitlilni;, Triinka, Etc.
ltctlruom Set, Ciu-pct Set,
Duublr ItiisSJ" llarncsj.
AUm, at lb iam tint and pla(, thr dlraUe Iuiarh
at 1VU,. Vally, U.prvjrty ot th Jacob O. Uryaat
otalr, advcnUxxl Unb(tT.
j. l. risur.n.
MALCOLM t. CXUfURVU ntANK.C
0AMPBSLL & PARKER,
CARPENTERS & JOINERS.
CSSASH, CC0P.S AND BLINDS JEZ
Mucin t OrUc-r on Shorttt Totlco.
CARRIAGE AND WAGON WORK
Architectural Drawings, Work
ins Plans 5i Specilica lions.
Soathsut Corner of tie PUnlior&eut Coraw
Cortax asd Goodida itet.
ii o r ic 'v . .
Fresh and Dried Fruits, 1
CIGARS, TOBACCO & PIPES, ;
i'rv- r-giniU ;u ixrn. The hill
lia'u Vntivi nil I lift
river IkxUs will leave Yuma aWit the olshtn
of ilareh. A. J. F.
norenco, Pinal County, A. T., Fuh. a.
To-day'.s Ktapo front California brought
Col.iCharley) Mason, Gen. Anderson, It. M.
Phillips anil Win, Johnson, miners.
Wo are Indebted to Jos. CollingwooditCo.,
merchants of Floreuco, for tho above dt-s-Ixttch.--Eud.
Maricopa Wells, Feb. St.
Pinias are now bclmvinj: better. Wc hope
j they will continue quiet.
Two large freight trams paseu here to
day, en route to Florence and Pinul miuei.
Pliojuix, Feb. 24;
Wcafller cool and cloudy, but little rain.
Many miners from Cave Cicok, Globe nnd
other districts in town purchasing Mipplit-j.
Freight teams constantly starting out,
with flour, etc., from . Prcscott aud other
Phwnix, March 1.
Tho Board of Supervisors of Maricopa
County met to-day and approved tho bonds
of John Smith and Jerome Itarton, as Wa
gon Road Commissioner, under tho act of
Uio Legislature authorizing a loan on the
faith and credit of Maricopa count for the
construction of certain ronds from Phoenix
to Prcscott, Globe City, and Yuma. C. T.
llayden, tho other Commissioner, under tho
act, has not filed his bonds, aud it is rumor
ed that he will decline to servo. Tho Hoard
of Commissioners havo organized and have
located a portion of each of tho roads.
John T. Alsai.
Camp Grant, Feb. liS.
Tho Commandinsr olllcor at Camp Grant
reports that Lieut. Itucker, struck an Indian
trail in Dragoon Mountain and followed It to
wiiere it struck tlio Chlricaiiua mountains
twolvo miles north of Kwoll Spring!. He
went into uowio on the Hth and drew seven
days' more rations nnd entered in tho trail
cladiug toward WhlUock'a Cienega. Ho
thought tlio trail would lead to Warm SnriiiL-
Aircncy. Major Worth nas-sed tin tho San
Simon Valley on tho north tddo of Graham
niouniatns. on ills wav to liowio on tho
Phoenix. March 2.
The two Indlans'eonflncd in tho tail hnrr.
for robhon'. and attorn pt of murdor, near
Maricopa Wells, broke iall and escanod last
night.. . T.auaiJ
WiOttMauura;, AiuoiUa, March J
Stage left at 9:30 a, M , with the fullowintf
p-tswntfors: Mr. P.!arra and n1f vxii ilrs, i
'iK'. L-uat. '
G1R.JD E 3ST SEEDS.
aoext von ?;o. s
WlIEELElt & WILSON
Sewing Machine Cottoa?, O'di, Ktc.
On hand end for Sale,
AYEIl'S, JAYiVE'Sj J3 HISTOIDS
UVLIi'S AXD IIAI.IS
And full awortmaat of th lwt
Sort In Market Warranted fresh and Genuine.
FANCY TOILET ARTICLES,
And a fall iupnij- of
Physicians' PitEscRirnoxs earefullj- and-
GEO. D. KENDALXu
Dr. Kenium.'-. Office In rear of Drnsr Store.
Wholesale m Relail
AVe 'nvila an Impttlc of
Dress Trimminf t, Jg
Ladies' HoseTiil i
Striped &&i 1
Children's Hose, in swS-j
Corsets, Corset Triatf"11
Collars, Cuffs, Hu
Teas, Sugars, Coflfee. (
Canned Pruits & Vfkiii, 1
Whole and Ground SfJtesp" '
Aiden Uned i aits,
California Drii Bti
Pitted Plams, C
Canned H:ny, strained and iL
Candies, Crackers. Hats,
r Baisins, Bacon, Lard,
Potatoes, Corn, Knr,
IS GREAT VAKI1
For rateclxanics. Miners,
Mill Men and Artisan.
Plows, Plow Steels, HnjHaL
Hakas, B0loW3, "Mjjfi
Shovels, Hanimsrs, 9Mi
Picks, Chksls, P8M,lgit
A. J. MASON'S
City Boot and Shoe Store,
Scxt Door Sotitti of Court House,
AVbrre Yon can rind all Kindi f
BOOTS, SHOES & GAITERS
Made to Order.
Aio, Fine Aortmcnt f
Perfect Fits Guaranteed or No Sale.
L"J'npa!rtDjr DPatiy Jooc at rtawnabU rate.
Gruilfbvcl II a. tl i :x a
I jT Sutacrir-tioni talsea for all iN'eiTf rxiiwr and Mmr,
atltiv at publblien' ratcf. uuirl.tl
TO MINERS AND PROSPECTORS.
A COXirLKTii CALlfOUXIA BUILT
For $1,500 Coin, or Iti Equlvalcnti
Loniuuoir or a tire atamp Iron l5trj with Iron frame
No. 1 Wheeler rock brukcr: 33-iach WLeeler imilm.
ruatlop (via; '-foot lettlcr, jn Uittomj 4 lira iuwr
ItlUMl cnKlBB turn iwiicr. gtnug, elo., UeUT-
erUl io Tucson, Fiorenca, or ttetoott, at the abote
rate (Ire !rht laeludnl.)
.ine nnaentgoed luu been anpolnied Sole Are
Artsuaa. uui u now praramt to receive order for tliwa
Mill. Thay haT bea ia aucceaaftit operatioa 4a Call-
ioiuui, .lciaua aoa jiexico ivr aauj year, and are
Just tlio thin for tho Mlntr or I'roapcctvr
or atuall mean-.
Tor further rrtiealarf, addreu
UENK f a itUUIUY,
.... . lVeteott, A. T.
LaUmatea lurnUhed f.r Huiting Werks, Stamp Jtllla,
aod other machinery, and Iron wot robl-dlf
ART GALLE HY,
COnTia.ST., KORTU OF COURT IIOUSC,
PRESCOTT, A. T.
Carte do Visitcs. Imjicrlals, Vic-
A iieclaltr. All work eiMntmt In r.i-i - a
fine ajtortutent of
Stereoscopic Views of Arizona Scenery
W. Ci-aj4 Vrt ami H-0e-. Vk!v,
iouaaiaat v -it, MitKait he W!i,, Mu-ttuti,
Tejyja Bat. AaUc Rata. ladaa Camp VWtta. ato.
Just no: th of Kelly & Stephens' Store
IMPORTS & MANUFACTURES
AU Kind of
FUBNITUBE, LOUNGES, BEDDING, I
rrcM xrc, xtc.
Wintlow Sliailej, IMirrors, Picture
Frames, Kic., on llatnl and
Made to Ordcx. i
n.:iuKtxo yuoatrTiA attexpkd to LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES-
uiauiiooi,. ooi. uoottwm cc tiaruon.
GU1XFOIU) n,VTIIAWAY, Prop.
Bast livery horea and elcamnt vebiclea at all timet and
at rtaaonablc rate, llonea boaidedor buugM and told.
Hay ant Grain nlwsiys on hand.
. 0. ITATIIAtVAY
l'reacott, Anff. SO, 1$73.
Qurlfi Street, Presc-ott.
CARRIAGE & WA&ON
Spokes, Hubs, Felloes,
Iiira-j Axles, Tongue, .
Xeckyokc-, Slngk "
Tire Iron and steel,
AH Kind and Sires,
Drill Steel, Toe Steel,
Pick Steel, Suoe Steel,
Hand Iron, Hoop Iro '11
Hub Iron aad m
Carriage and Tire Bolt,
Nuts Washers, ami Tacks
Horse Shoes, Mule Shoa
Ox Shoes, Ox NuiL now1
Uiant, Blaslinp aad Ktd
Shot, Bull ct5, StoTfj
Sptnpa and Chimneys,
Glassware, Crockcrj, Stoa
Ladies' and GenU, ilisse'
Youth' anil InfaaU' A
and sizes, aad All
f!T, n T "TT T '
To suit all tastes Canligaa
coats, Gents' UBdersJiirliJ
Drawers of every -Tr nrjiMgLi
GENTS' FURKISHflil lJp
Linca Shirt, White,
Cheviot anil Fancy
ITegliges and 09r-Wr t'Ufi
Balbriggan Sock, AWiM
AVoolen Socks'a! Wl
3ET ats n. n ci
3Fcu. Women aad 1
TOBACCO A2VD CxUt
Best Brands Lowest MB fan
New and Clean Beds for Lodgers,
Elegant Rooms for Families.
TKED. WILLIAMS, rro-Wtor.
I hav 0iMaed a ant- aa IdirtB Bonn, aa i"
LARGE, JIEff, C03IPLKTR
WAGON AND BLACKSMITH SHOPS
Gnrley Street, Fronting- on Granite,
A Vlud of BlacXsinllhlnj, AVagon-maUng aad ra
pairing doue la ffood atyle y
fb'5 FUED O. BRECIIT
Landscape ani General PuOtoirapIier,
TUCSON, A. T.,
Kwm on hwd a lar? auortnunl of Ariaona Vlcwi
Sluuldtnir nud Ilcfure Kramea. fb2S-wtm
O. T T O .
Collateral Loan & Money Broker,
JWIU cah jiromlMorr uotei ; caah tlmft ordcrt tlrawa'
"merclianU and other tnilntM meu ; exchans? Krecabaek
ttvr cuwki itnxwn on tne Unltnl Slnt Treajum ot San
KruHrtn-rt tori New York; also, for clirck drawn on tho
41- atl yi T l-wfd
ti 1THI Pit t UfrktV
AYElt'Sj JAYAES, iWlf
And a full awartawitV W- Itt ttki
Now In Market Warraated FraAMlni
Putty, Varnish, xa
WML PAPER & BMlHIWy
Sadtllery, Pocket &TaWjWtot
We have perfected arnwja -lleftt;
on everj steamer, aad wlil h wti, "
Ivc a complete oulf.t to om ani .. arrest
We Pay the Hisrheat Tiht fcgj Clw?y
Products oftk CjKgJiHl
Vratcolt. Jann-wv 7. 1
Xariccpa Vowty, A.
CEAS. T. HAYDiX
DEALERS IS rfltWj-, I
EVERY VARIETY Of .S
Have conitantlj-t-a aj4tM f
rrom th HaydQ
Graham rin$ A. 3!
Art fceTv recclTJB a laag.
m is aa c ii -C
Direct from.W- ?j'pa
FRESH GARDEN ...: I
V.. .1 i..
vTtTCj l nrJX .bw-y mm. . uauu.