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PKIDAV, AIMIIL '20,
QlHclal rniM- of Yavapai County.
C. . Cram. Mtptrt xfr,rf. San yVanntr if taken the llMUC.
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(uwrW u ... Jm hu jM&iurn, , everywhere sr.;ets the eye is evidence that
ruoM oi-k Ki:r.rr..K coKKKsroxii:ST. officers whose honor ami integrity nrc a,
credit to their coustitucut.-.
OKsCRU'TON Or SALT HI V Kit V.U.1.KY. j 1'IIYSICIASS.
EorrouMiSBni-Pliwnixliw Erectly be- I)r j. K Wharton, formerly tho able
fore us. ami arises in the center of an ex- editor of the ltockv .Mountain News, and
tended plane, amid green trees, which wave j Ors. A. J. and O. J. Thibodo, heal the sick
in their bloom, like that irrepressible ! antX f",m !',cir ,lf fvolent niMmranee ue
' .. . ,., , j aro stistled would give drink to the thirstv
bird of Kgyptian fable, from which it -or food to the hungrv.
The productivcncs which j AN. JKWKU;R.
Swindling the Indians.
Major Iltro DUutlMetl from tho fervic.
Reno is to lie dismissed from the Army.
Oacllumlrr.l and Forty Thousand Dollar i This is the lorniM decision Ol me courimar
one Agency in ArUonn. tiul, which has been approved by Judge Ad-
vocate General Hunt. Friend uf Hono nrc
We have learned Horn what we consider a bringing tremondom inlhienec to bear upon
verv reliable source, that tho Indian depart- Secretary .McCniry to get him to mitigate
incut arc 5uppo,cd to feed and are paving : the sentence. What h .claimed in the inter-
itennnoo of 3000 Indian on the I "fey lor ueno u , pat mam.
&t,:;f noftUh accommodating young fellow, win, m very
for the stistcn
San Carlos reservation. Wo are credibly In-
There is but one, George K. luring, an j formed that at least 1000 of thee Indians
tan of fitate to Usiioto Roumaldo Pachcco
his cortllicntc of election. WlgglntQu' attor
neys thereupon moved tho Court in proper
form to dlmt a Inquiry Into nu&tioii of j
fact, nucl bmto writ to the Clerk of the
Hoard of NujM)rvion of Monterey county for
a eertUtcAto or tne laet aHiowuoincr orni i
he did change the minute of tho Hoard in
relation to thu count of votes for (.'oiigrcs
man. This lust motion ha not been heard
Camp Itobinvjn, Wyoming, April 17.
Ittinnors came here fiom Crary Horse, laU
evenlmr. And retwrted that tho chief it mov
ing toward thi Agency with about li,W0
W. N. CALDWELL.
TlIK IWl'ITAl. tJL'KSTIOX.
A dispatch from Secretary Hoyt, received
at 2 o'clock r. M.. yesterday, says that Judge
French has heard the argument on the ap
plication for injunction to restrain the Sec
retary from removing territorial property to
Prcscott, and reserves his opinion until Saturday.
1.1(1 ItTM NO.
Last but not least we must not forget Mr.
UMKK AM) FALSEHOOD.
capable of raising it from its ashes if neees-1 much liked, and although extremely young
sarv. That portion of the vallev which is , u apwraiicc, na im.i coumgu w -
: i.. i . ..i. better halt.
uuiu'i ruuivnuoii v.vieiui? in leniii aitmi
tweutv-five miles and in width alout scveu. ;
Its breadth is bounded on the one side iy an , c M rJark 0.u.nitor ftt Phtouix, and the
irrigating canai, wuu a stream ot water , wittiest man in the Torn ton, also local cr-
some five feet deen. and on the other bv a I reU)ondctil at Pluvnii for
lofty range of regularly evolving mountaius, J connection with the telegraph we lliee Mr. cw
four miles from the foot of winch courses .John W, Kennedy who U in charge of om- j .'
the Salt river. CrossiiiK the canal, a couple struction party, is deferring ot notice.
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is every wueiv maKintr iiuvunti hiv
Mnlt Itouln I'lonotalt.
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A!lll.OTO, A mi iil."liBvmiuvm -
1 . . ..I i . . . . .. . ....I . 1 t . . -j . I . .... wt Ml...,rf ljktlti,,tk 111.
TiiBt,ffiii imin i (in niuirip null mil .7" I K, ii limit. i inn ma i iii au i vi iiviiivhm ...
i- , ;;, ' i ,,,,11 ,rua on abnut eple, wuu uie imemion 01 Mirronoenng. , iitie.f i..so 0
ceive any ration, thus it will be seen that l "f , Im h air..ro? K : esj-nud p. ten day- that (he ! i.,.,ti..., T!25K
there U . W tA,nce M,mehere. It ! iuSLSmitfi S four ! irnflor of iuL bund will lexo thoountry ! 2
U .Mated tlJthe contact for nourb . I
sbused by Mime iwmon or ron, and thai, t K2.T.mi. glmfmiu bands that have romo Into thc-e M-
tho article contracted for U not himi-hed, ; ", f"nf 11,1. Auuiiehs. Pmkoiu J.u. 30. im.
but instead n inferior article wheiein f4 net , Terrlton-. which are very mueh needed, are
ot miles aloii" the side ot waving gratn-
tield and a varied cultivated veitation,
I leads us to believe, after traversing uiuiiu-
owing from the New York Graphic j tain fastnesses and rocky canyons, that we
S3J. is a fair specimen of the lies j arc again in Gods country. A beautiful
f. paicu 01 anaua uo acre, uic vcrourc 01
wiiicu auracis me iuiciuumi vu wie aiuiniti
we ride, which heaves a sigh to be in its
midst. Soon we come in sight of numerous
adobe buildings clustered together, and
the entrance into regularly and well laid out
nNo liteal cor- ' . . c . ' ",' ..
'.! i.v... i.. 1 l,rofit U hcl"K muJc un cvcr' JHund of 3ctA. tuetiulc In tho above ls hundred
the jliNhii. in TIC Ivef that is ftiruUhd at three and one : -
ts per Kuud is tht of mall infw
of March SSd. is a lair specimen
ou Arizona, that are going the rounds in
Press of the Kastern cities:
"The Ajwches, as usual for many years,
5eetn to hr.vo it all their own way in Arizona,
l'rescott and Tucson have practically been
bosteged for the last s-ovou yexvrs. Death from
an arrow or bullet is imminent half a" mile
from town and a dead certainty at a milo."
Ariioua is indebted to the Iudian Iting at
Tucson and San Carlos for damaging reports
Mmilnr to the above which are being pub
lished in such papers as the New York Heral J,
Graphic, etc. The trticle which we clip
from the Graphic was undoubtedly written
by A certain Mr. Page, w ho visited the Pinal
mine, San Carlos and Tucson, this winter.
Ho was carried from San Carlos to Tucson,
by a team belonging to the Indian depart
ment, for and in consideration that he should
Trrite up Arizona aud rake a staud against
the military and every person counectcd
On his arrival at Tucson from Ssn Carlo,
he was the guest of Thomas Kwiug, the con
tractor at San Carlo Reservation, and whilst
ft guest of Mr. Kwing wrote letters full of
falsehood reflecting ou every thing and every
lodv, sare the Saints who manipulate the
funds of the Iudiau department of the Ter
ritory. People in the city of New York arc
not half so secure ia life and prop.rty as
the people of Arizona. Whilst their large
city is teeming with hoodlum aud thieves,
making life and property insecure, wc have
none but the best of citizen, our Indians
xe harmless, our eople travel the Territory
over without arm, and such articles as thoc
that have eminated from the Herald and
Graphic are untruthful, unjust and have a
tendency to ke?p out emigration. Had they
appeared four vear ago. before the Indians
were conquered by General Crook, wetwould
hare endorsed them, but at this late day.
when wc are as secure .n any people in the
United States, they come with bad grace and
nt a bad time. We arc aware and must
acknowledge that there are some seven or
eight hundred reservation Indians absent
from their reserve, but they have committed
no depredations, and then it is ncnsfirt that
they should be absent for the health, benetit
and" general good of the San Carlos Agent
juid his allies. We have braved everything
that brave tneu could for a series of years,
and we will survive the unjust writings of
thincs who pretend to be men and we would
siiy "Ut ew McDaf."
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meats, and has lately arrived from Wiekou
burg, where he hiu Ikhih putting in new
poles, cross arms, etc., ami has again tie
jmrtcd for the Agna Fria.
San Dieso, April 10,
The Cnloil's poehd from 'lmoti, last
niaht. fcayt "The t-endstetit mUreuiaoiita-
t ton uf UovertiorSuU'ord.oiitho Indian quei
Hon bv tho Proooott MlNKK, tho orgunof
IV ArirjMift Star, nublished ftt Tucson.
nor cattle that will not average morn tiwii , ,, . ...... ..,. u,.n,r.l in,, ni.nr.,. r:tinn,1 Kmit. ntuk.. h umir tn&iKlMi thu
C I I IHtllllMlV Xvvl' II " ' " " ' " i '
t hU ow use ,000 tint rightfully I ff JjJJJ iS&TSi?.
Mimp t the k.hh1 fund. Now, while weijjonl tbatthry IwbW InliU honesty, as
enniHt nlwuys gree with Governor Surtbrd. J well a cimrgy. ami hoo tried to prevent
USO lbs., still theyn recoieti d lulled ot
to the jKWr ignraiit Indian at 700 jkhukU !
See what is made ou the Iniiowpig srttrlen
at one agency and then worship ladUit A-
gents as honest men
Clainunl, 5000 ludiaui rationed, nbwil, 1000.
Jesus rnu w-:vs sentencetl to one jetr s So ()f ,wUB,U for 1000 IihUhhs ftw I ywr.
imprisonment at hanl lalwr in the lemtorial ; w0,M !it 6 cU .wr , j.-iiO.OO
prison for assault w ith deadly weapon w-ith N() of UIuJs for huuAH, M u meal
intent to indict IkhIiIj injury. II. L. J..in . M( h(l,r a c 1(4tW.0(X) II . oa
sou received a slight punishment for burg- ....... . t-.Y.u..! .... il,- u.
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streets, leans us into me uirmuir town oi , . ... ..." "... ... i . .;... ,nn.n
. .. . lary to wmcn cnarge no pieauci K") i ...j,,!. nf ttnnr f lin (MM '
Pluenir. supplying the absence of a news- . . irM r.ir ,,: Jlh a o..t rUde of ,,our of l0-.W0
paper, wc are not long m making ouisclf j - . . f fl j qq
h-oI the Am- .v.. i:.:., ..iirt, !
know n, and as a reprcseutati
zosv Daily Minku, recive manv a kind
le application for mmllnca-! 1000 Indians absent, 1 lb. jwr duv,
and it was not granted. J lbs. at ets lu-r lb., $12,775,00.
l.ouis Davis ma
.x. .-.... ... 1 i, Jtt LMnUI 1 Ilia t( l( ti
. - ... w. .,1 .111,1 ,11 t'll Ullll Ik 1. t. ..... LtHHIVM. i ..... ... "
aud greeting sliake ot the hands irom its old ! . . . .,ajal Hdliwr- & Co.. ! 4000 Indians fed 1 year, 1,400,000 ridona.
judgement was allowed. J. 1). Havmert : beef average M0 lb., roc d by agettt &t iKH)
was admitted to practice law in the District lbs., saving one half at 3Vt 43u..ir0.00,
Court. W. P. Gritlin was appointed Court ! or a total on beef at the agency forone year.
Commissioner in place of Haueock, who U at a price an honest man wuuhi iUw tea
Probate Judge. death on, of $3S,a25.or agrand total on flour
In conclusion we would say Phanu is . and txtel ol fHU.WU, not l say any wmg
nnaepnble mid law abidin? town, and strict- of salt. COlfee. lussr. soap. iK-por. v'x . all
All seem to live in harmonv
fiMH-iallv 1h his Indian theoriua. we el W- their ii.r from abiihing him, etc. Such
lirse him Uwcst and sincere, and if tlicStar. "ihf Mib-oriiit iimmi who pnvM Kautr.
or any lnlv else, ran Imw were he ever np
prprlted a eMt of whool, or aHy other
mooey, Ut did not botteMly lnjloiig to hint,
we chh tiiui nHiiAible mrtle tlwt will
Immhh- n draft tlwt will Mtrr tlx- drticiBcy,
whatever It may be.
friends and patrons. The thriving aptcar
ance which this tow n presents, the well
arrangetl stores stocked w ith the choicest
goods, and its many other leading interests,
well deserve distinct mention of its busi
ness hou-.es and business men. Those en
are.Smith it Stearns, A. Goldman, E. Erwin.t
Co., Dauiel Deittrich (formerly Morgan &
Co.), and Pcrcclla vfc Pcralta." The above
gentlemen are a true type of the Arizona
merchant genial, courteous and affable,
they possess in abundance those qualities
necessary to success in merchandising.
John I.utgerding and John Weir are bu
sily engaged' in horse-shoeing, wagon ma
king, and all things connected with the
Phoenix boasts of two, one of which has a
aud health. A rumor has lieen going the
rounds, that the small pox is raging nere,
wc will state there has been but ona ease in
the valley, aud that was sometime ago.
Such a story is maliciously false there Iwing
no foundation for i whatever. c. M. D.
PiUKNiv, A. 'l April 11, 1S77.
mining nkw.s trrc. rito.il ai.f.xanika.
Editor M in kh :- A 1 though startling events
are not of daily occurrence in the Peck (IN
trict, w consider it a duty to note even the
tritles that rise to the surface and form the
lodging house in connection. The Phirm.x ; t0,,jcs ol- conversation in the camps.
ucsiaurani, conmiciea oy i . v. . najes, ami , Tll r...vi(i riinni.iW nf - vni ,1,- IV.-V-
thc Plaza Kcstaurant, by CM. Hall.
Mr. A. C. Libbv is the gentlemanly man
ager of the C. ,fc A. Stage Co. at this place.
of which is issued out iti the auie propor
tion to the bwf and flour. No wonur thai
hangers-on alwul the Sou Crii agency go
up to TiK-on, every now and then, fjamlde
off two and three thousand dollars and think
nothing of it.
(iOVEKNOK SAl'TOHD'H LKlTIMt.
Kximtctivi: Dlir.VRTil KVT, TrCMlN. A
March lOlh. 1S7T.
AltlKMigh the Olormlo Stonm Navigation
CoHipasv have sold (Hit, we are glad to know
that many of the old hmds will ic retained
by the sew eotMpny. Such men a Fin'ay,
Agwt at YtttHA, lher, Agent at Khretiberg, ;
are ham to be rrpUcwl ami then taptauu
Mellon and I'olhamo of the river have no
MtciW so far narigating the Cidorado
b cacirl We kve hwird gKnl judgw
of bftuitntiott dcclani that CVptain Jack
Mellon ctHtld make a teniiKwt
gni4 covefwl with a hwry
over sand bars in the river.
and d.'fiUiie Nnifnrd in their journal, and
privately act a i.laU-1. Tli Cltlxen will puu
luh tho 'faeti Het fvitunhiy."
(The alxive dU(teh i-witis to disclose the
lindiiigofa mare'it nest by the Tikhoii Citl-
i wi. We jMe written tiovornor sitoru,
i and ptiUlWhed rewatoily lu the Mink, that
i w- h
Two and one-half mllet 8oh, J3
HstIbj ae CeapJet!, tsibFtl
D. Will .' 1 . . U
PLAINER, I prepe,, 7
tUtizg ef 8AW, BHIitnr.riSah'
1 iTi'nn v
kladief Leaker, t!tb?
ii mj iashir Yui j,1
Sin: At the suggestion of friend of Ed
ucation, I have assigued May 1L 1S7, for
the Teachers of the several Counties ts meet
at Prcscott to organize TcachM Iutitute,
and to transact such oher buineAi a may
come lefore the meeting. Should it not be
possible for teschers in your County to at
tend said meeting, then you are hereby re
quested to appoint two ivcrson who sre in-
miue naturally cause more talk than anything
.i..:- i i.... i L... .. ,.-;n I.."... ...i.- ! terested in the cause of wlucation to reprc
.i.s I... ..;.i . sent the school interest of your County, and
and shows ,he g.nd judgment displayed byjcontJU0 jo m . tl. aiverr lraii t!leT ' should it not he practlcab e lor any r.i-
iiiem in selecting meir :igents. lie is cer
tainly the right man in the right place.
J. D. Monihon is the only one in the village
engaged in the business, aud he is really
doing it a credit. He has nine head of the
tinest kind of stock, having shown us one
team which he boasts that, on a pinch, he
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have traveled for the past year. ! !,c"" ",,r vuu" .l" ",,C,,H n,.u .
No w ork is going on at "the mine outside ! 1" 1 ,vou,d sU"1 ,hal ?'ou "I'l4'""
tl,.. north t,m,. vxld. h is ror..ssi.. .n, I bving at or near Pre-cut, in order that they
nuel which is progrcv
i'o feet of splendid ore s
mav oe enabled to couvenientiv attend the
Very, rciHxtfully, your ob'd't .serv",,
Sigue 1 A. P. K. So nmp,
The above Circular letter was issued by
Governor Safford to the various Probate
dso of the Peck Company's office lure their head-, jmlgCs of the Territory, calling a Tewhcrs
usual, with two teet ot si
which within two days pat shows ruby
silver. Strangers who examine the ore are
astoni-hed at its richnrss, but the old settlers
here long since censed to lr Mirprised at any
could send an anxious traveler one hundred new development-, in the Peek. Col. Fogus,
miles in a day. He has a good -tock of; and Messrs. Walsh and D.mn, an making
buggies and other conveyance
saddle-hor-.es. In connection w ith his stable
i a train corral, which covers an
ground, ami surrounded bv an ad
One hundred and forty thousand pouuds
of machinery reectly arrived at Ehrcnburg
which is to be put up ( r the Hlnck Warrior
ihIm in this county. This will lie a good
job for j-oMie of or hcvy freighter.
Mr. H. Springer of Albuqucnpic, who has
beon in tumble tinaueially, ha made ar
rangement with his creditor? and will con
N .i I.. , - - -
The original grant of the tonn of Albu
queniur, New leiico, which liai Imca mis
sing tor years has been found.
Wc learn by the Santa Fc New Mexican,
of April 10th, that two cse of small pox
exist in that city.
I not tmjriite to li tut dlhouomblu uio-
m.w.; that .talement we here rjcut. We
(oliehe gototfon the wroiv fwt on tho
Indian question, and hao nahl so
Atiythlugthat may have beon written In
prUate Icttc by tiur prtnlixwhon wo are
not r?fttoHlhle for, nor do they ak us to
Ihvoiiio w. Mr. Holler U an old Mccpjalu
Utim atnl Hroual friend of tho Governor,
4tui, if he has written him prlva'elv, he
probably mudiitJiiHl w hat lie Kald, and will
attend to his own aifairs without a.s.taneo
either from us or the Otixcu. Sw also of Mr.
Kwt uavigate on i Marlon, neither of them Is resMnible for
,.? biiao anythliipthat ho. npiMwnnl in tho .Miner
u-w sou Ju,HP Ujncwthv ,rt(hlwith their lntorcst in it,
nor nro wo accountable for anything they
may or may nut Imvo written to their
rric i .eg; ix i?iiic
George Sanborn, also Henry Savers, have a
his stable arters, und are vibrating aroi.nl tlmmgl, j In j prCsCott, May I,t, In
n acre of the hills examining ores, spring-, tinilK-r, : '
lobe wall. ! nvulwavs, etc.. w ith critical cvo und keep-, pursuance of the call, the following prrsons
i.v i ,i...; .i;...,r? .r.,t.,ii.. have been appointed delegates aud proxies.
SPECIAL TO THE MLYEIL
Washington. April IS.
John P. Grefer, of Nebra-ka, has been p
Kinted bocrutarv of Arizona.
.alt l-nke. April 14.
At a iiihv, inectiiiK of noti-Mfrmon citizens
of Ibis eitv to-ilav, a revilution wasotfered
Iby General Nathan Kimball, to amend the
organic law of the Tc ritory to read xn fol
lows: "That all male inhabitant -I vearsof
j a, citizen-, of thu I'nltwl States, shall been-
ttncvt io vote ami no eiiKtoic lor omee, pro-
. 2. WIUO.S.
Yuma, April 1(3.
KtUTon Miner. A rrl veil O.K. with Hunt.
Will leave by Uge on tho cigtevnth.
En. K. ItoWERj.. SherilT.
Tho following named gentlemen arrived
! Sash, Door & Blind Fnid
bore at 5 o'clock v. t. to-dav: Charles I . ... 'it't
CnK-ker, CJen. Colton, E. II. Corning, Supt. j ,Ut,b bott s4lM' L
MATCHED FLOOU w
Tl!R FIX EST
yon this cowrnccrfUf
Terms Cash oa Daj
AHerJrMBlb null, or Uirw, vi
PicvU. ntltrvoiltcroactMtntlr. j (
rreo(t. MkT if, 1S73
lecil-yard and sales statue.
Five enterprises of this kind are in a dour
i.dting condition. J. M. Cotton is the pro
prietor of three the "licm," run by him
self, and two other.-, opposite tho plaui. Uy
the way. Mr. Cotton deserves credit for the
euergy he display? in forwarding the inter
ests oi I'humix, in nearly every respect.
Christian Kohler is engaged here in the
manufacture of a cooling beverage, called
ing thiir discoverie- and opinions carefully
Hon. U. W. Fleury, who was private Sec
retary to governor McCormiek, and actetl
for a time in the capacity of Secretary of
the Territory while the Capital was at Prcs
cott, ajid who had better opportunities than
uar one else to know what McCormiek did
during his residence here, authorizes us to
say oa hi authority, and that he will sup
port the assertion by affidavit, if necessary,
not only of himself, but of other leading
citizens of Fre-eott, that the tory set afloat
by the I.o Angeles Herald to the effect that
Governor 3IcCormick sold government stores
ftrtd appropriated the proceeds to his own
use, i utterly and maliciously false in all
jts details, and that so tar irom nis taKing
.t - I. i.... ..1K- l,nt,,.,n!l
to others, he actually boujht provisions at I the other by fcnnth & Mearns, both hav
his own private expose, imany instances. K two run ot stone, and run by steani.
, . 1 , ... i - 1 rin mill imniM hv Minor oil has the larir-
a cayc mem 10 ucsuiuic pcoiuc, auu in, - , c ... v
C . . ct ik ! n hi Dmitri .i- Sfnrni mil! K
located in the heart of the town, while the
other is in East Phtenix, three miles distant.
In our vicinity cverylody i glad to learn
of the near arrival of Wessels mill for the
lllack Warrior mine, as it will atfonl fncili-
j ties for testing the value of many mine- near
b the proposed mill-site.
Ou the southern line of the Warrior, ("hav
Hiee is w orking on the San Francisco claim,
in which he, Anders .V. Howe, and Charles
Keycs of Prccott. are owner, and has re
cently found line ore earning native wire
silver with the pay streak widening as sunk
upon. Next south, are ginnl surface pro-
mid Mi.-ir. It.'oirrot'f A- Duvw .nr.. hist i
wft-rti.tr tii tit mrL- ... fliA rl.in. Vn.,iii n . I- H
iave been appointed delegates aud proxies, j idetl however, that no person living in tho
avapai Count v I.. A. Stevens, Dr. uood : practice or bigamy or polygamy shall le per
fcllow. Hetijamiii'Morgan. J ilUel to hold any olllcc or to vote at any
Mohave Co int v-H. It. Hanker of Mine- !?.,M.n .r to act as .n J.'.lror n.ml lhA a" vot0
nd Park, N. C. Shecklcs and Paul Weber of
II. Fo-ter and E.
Jesus Otero supplies the town with veal the First North extension on the
cutlets, mutton chops, and porter-house : owned by Thomas Whitehead tt tj.
steaks. There arc also several bakers, whose
names we have not learned.
Phtenix can boast with pleasure, and
point to the fact that site has already two
i , tirst-clas mills; one owned by Major Veil,
1 ' ... .1 , . ........ c "... . t
Maricopa C-ountv C
W. Wells of Prcscott.
Vutn i County John A. Rush of Prescott.
The other Comities h-vc a. yet sent no
representatives or proxies.
Judge Cartter ytsteiday called a meeting
of delegates aud proxies, anil last evening
the following named person met at the
office of the Probate Judge : Ju Ige Cartter,
Sherman, Dr. Uoodfcllnw, Jl
hall bo bv sei-rel ballot. That all laws In
conflict with these provisions shall bo rc
enletl." Heoltttion unaimously adopted by meet
ing and referred to committee on resolutions
and mem .trials to Congrcv.
Columbia, S. C, April li.
Tho State officer;., commLvsiontd by Cli.nn
bvrlaln, decline to itivo uj their offices to
Hampton until a decision from the Supreme
Court ii received.
San Francisco. Ai.rH 16.
HoiKjrts received at tho office of thu Central
Doyle. ! 'rcKie-S
t. ..II . . , . , ...
. , i-ai-iiic uaiimsu, upio o etooK mis morning,
i shim, mm wiom nas ocen a general ram ox-
othcrs he took the hungry to his house and i
fed them at his own table, aud when pro
Tisions were scarce in the town or uoue to be
had in the: stores, the nearest the Governor
ever came to misappropriating Government
upplies was t borrow from Fort Whipple,
distribute them .luong the miners gratis aud
afterward!', when supplies were plenty to
purchase at his own expanse from the stircs
in town, and return them to the Quarter
master -tt the Post.
Personally. Judge Fleury is not friendly
with Governor McCormiek, aud has no in
terest in him nor admiration for him, further
than desire to do him justice, but feels it to
be his duty, iu as much as he knows the
facts, to correct a fale statement evidently
gotten up in malice through personal or po
litical spile by those wholiavc no regard lor
truth and published to the world through a
widely circulated newspaper for the basest
In further support of what is here stated
the Judge refers to manr of the best citizens
of Prcscott, who were also iu position to i
knew- what was going on. Among whom
John Kaihlc aud Dan Hntz may be mcutioned
ns living in the same house aud on intimate
terms w-ith the Governor, and who could not
hare been deceived.
"Cmi He vciuc.v, April 16.
Tc Major Martin, A. A. G.:
This morning, at ;J:30, I received a dis
patch from Mr. Hughes, si Camp Crittcn
dcu, Having that a parly of Indians run off
nine head of stock from his place at 4
o'clock r. t.. April 15th. That he, with
three Mexicans, followed the trail a short
distance, when the Indians attacked his
partT and killed the three Mexicans.
Captain Kafferty, with his Company oi
12 men, one guide, and two packers (citi
zens), left here, at C a. .m., to-day, with in
structions to find the trail and follow. Cap
tain Rntlcrty has ten days ration. As soon
as I hear from him, I will notify you by
A small scouting party is out on Sau Pe
dro from thu. Camp.
S. M. WniTKsinK,
Capt. 6th Cavalry, Com'd'g.
We arc somewhat surprised at the alove
news, not on account of the troops, for the
Governor has shown us how indifferent they
nro. Hut the Goreruors own scout are
supposed to be out protecting the lives and
property of the t itieus in the southern por
tion of the Territory, and wc cannot under
Kltiud the audarity of the Indians making a
raid at this time, when the Governors forces
are supposed to In in the field.
A Ttrt.KtMioM; i. East Gr.icrNwicu,
Hmuu: Im.and. We understand that it is
contemplated by Dr. E.Tourjce, to establish a
telephone communication, from the Hostou
University to tlw Greenwich Academy. How
very nice it will Ik- to enjoy the rehearsals iu
Jioston by just inking a seat in the Academy
Hull. l&ist Greenwich Pendulum.
P. S. East Greenwich is about
wiles iYtun Boston.
original Dovlc is looking as well as ever. ",u xotiowing wore appointed a torn-
l'i.ni tVoni tin. lmvin r..n..rt r.i,k.. ro,..1 mittee. by Judge Cartter, to draw up a pro-
nearlv complcte.1. the mill at Steve Condon', .'ramiue, and have prepared the folkoviug
ranch at Walnut Grove, and everything mov , order ot exercises, subject however to change:
nlmi.r ,w wv.li n l. ,,..,. i...i ! Mcctingto br calleil to order bv Judge
Tl7or.. w 7-oMsi(h.r,il.i tmv. I shrooirl, vi,., 1 Cartter, at the School-house at 10 a. m. Mon-
nndnt to llradshaw lhisin. lllack Canvon and ! ilaS A!,.ri, 391!':
,...l...r.. f II 1'.. .... 1 s." ..ll.k ..lull' .I..-. H-l 1 1 .1 mill UA"
L'tiinirg, v.. u. i oier, ......lin,. , t..i,,.i,,w. in ti,
Henjaniin Morgan, and Paul Webei. , to the extreme Northern counties.
Now York. April 17.
The Sun's Wasnington seeial says Clerk
Adams has reeolvetl all tho cert ideate of the
menibcn elect to tln House whose creden
tials are satisfactory. Ten Democratic ma
jority. Stvotted Tail Agrnev. Neb.. Anril 16.
xootii one inotisnim ortitern
rthur Brown, bridge Supt. Gov. Hen
dricks of Indiana, Messrs. Shaw and I tick -ard
of Nevada, nnd Tho. Ewlng of Arizona.
The railroad will be within threo miles of
the rivor in eight lay, and nrrivo nt Yuma
MrHnfghgoe to Prcscott to accept the Peek
miiiuou lininlf of lem .tc Co., who have
bought It for four hundred and thirty-Mivcn
thousand dollar. Left Da- Palms yester
day. Yuma, April 17.
Ilailroad magnates nnd party left at noon
for end of track. Tho terminus will bo
moved to within it miles of Yuma on Satur
day of this week. A temporary station nnd
turntable will bo made 11 miles from Yuma,
for a short llmo. to deliver freight. A land
ing ha been mado on each idv of the rivor
below town one mile, where barges will be
ling across. A bridge is ordered and un
der way to yc placed aero the river :i oon
as tho watirs recede. A draw-bridgo into
be located within the tow n limits.
No steamers from San FraiiciKeo to the
Gulf, or v Ice versa.
Steamerx are- to be employed from Yuma
up the river on regular trijw.
Col. Ja. M. ltarney is now shipping ten
ton oi auvor King onj ,very alternato day
to San Francisco by rail.
The town Is full of Mm tigers; all report
more coming. Kwing has a contract with
the railroad to deliver up-river freight here
May 1st; Government freight to be deliv
ered immediately after.
Florence. April 17.
Small Pox on the increase no fatal cases.
Train of thirty Camels passed through town
to-day. going iiorth. Town full of strangers
from San Srancisco.
VT r rrtpar! to furaUb, eiinpn tie tu!JI
Doors, Sash, Blinds,
etc, etc, rra 'gt
Planing1 &cd Mit:kiir r
Fumishin? Material t3rw
A SPECIALTY. JjJ
All Ordera Promptly Attatr.
OmctiBiI Kactohi Oa tht n.ic rf& ,
Aubrr Ult. lrstu Artiua. et
A T T E N TIO
THE CLIPPER Mil
ltT otablUhnl a ttr
The Incoming Stngc.
Wickenburg, April 20.
The .stage left this placo for I're.M'ott at 7
a. m. to-day, with the following iKissenners :
W. M.IIutfum: G. Brooke and wifo; II. Hunt;
J. lUnghart. II. CuchtU; S. M. McDonald;
J. I logo.
New York, April IU.
Tho Tribune's Washington correspondent
telegraphs that the Secretary of the Treasury
is reiHjrieo lo navo situ to-uay, that lu view
TJIVE If AEe
On the Wat ida of Ojank.fi
Corner .McCormiek &, GHtld:
1 1ST SHESCOTT,frj
Vhr th rn.pri.tor mill alwsjri hT, ! Wtg'
uf bultJiojr lainl-r- v
IUinicju.tiidard nBin,tna SWlU)WiU '
son- prlml to tuitiUh Stl
Dressed Lumber, ShingtyS
AT THE L'JWEST MVIXO MX-,'
Th MtlU r llotfJ IcHt mlln oaik ?Su
th Sortt biljr of Umtxr In YTpal Coaatj..
Alway on Hand.
RTartlcaUr attention riTs lo orluifaV,;,
LUMnCIt, and kill wlllb with din1U
rKSott. Kor. 1?. 1?73. J3l:
other districts, and the store of Alexander
A Co. and Auders A- Uowe, arc doing oolite
a business in furnishing the necessary sup
plies to miners and prospecting parties.
j The Messrs. Harnum have purchased a j
' house built bv Geo. W. Mevers and iutend 1
AT ..I.-... -.,;t i. l,.-ii,rv li.vr.-. f, till. tv-ll lit r
Peruvian Don. The large and commodious opening a butcher shop. Haggerty is put
residence, with its splendid arcade, the mill f A veiling house, and Hurt another,
with its numerous out.l.ousCs:mdgraueries,:(o, I."'5-;,Vw has P?"K mn at work
gives it the appearance of a small burg, i Kduig Prince street, from Idlts' sa oon to
These improvements stand in the center, tlie ltvitle, where Mcl'hce .t llardwlck arc
while around lies a domain of a thousand , gnid.ng a lot for a building,
acres, of which six hundred is waiving with "mi Uh ,,M received his lumber, doors,
beautifully headed wheat, which will yield, - frol Prtcott and to-day began
ou an average. 30 bushels to the acre. A P"tttng up an addition to his saloon lbx24
i.;t it.. ,., ,i,rrf ti, ,!,,,-fleet. Inp-sawyers aud shingle makers arc
sion, which, in a few years, will ripen with : bsy f,lu mountains three ntiIesso.it h.and i
nf n,,rlr nl! Winds. SoUtllWCt of I thc l'"" Cem to 1)0 Opening W ith lair
1:.., c.... f t.,.i. t...1 who 1 prospects tor this section. i 1st, 1S77
Oicuing Address, bv Governor SalTord. ! dians made a formal surreiu
On'nniratinn and wir!il buinwt I t01lie.s
it 'in . v.l.lr... I.,. t. nnr...r. yostord
Tucson, Hanker of Mohave, Fitch, Hush and
others of Prcscott.
Kvening,So'colock- -Music, by the Church
Poem, by Mrs. T. W. Otis.
Addresses, by Itev. J. A. Merrill and Ben
Army SnppHn fr 1877-H.
We copy the following for thc information
and guidance of persons who may widt to
bid fttr supplying the different posts of the
department. Bids will be received up to
31 ay 15th, and contracts will commence Jul v
liem hostile In-1 oflhe prcM.nt condition of "affairs, if Con-i
........ .. .... ...... ........ ...v. . ...... . uvsj, iioCs not nitei
s to (.en. (. rook, at this post, day-beforv legislation on the e
ri,il3 be able to resumes
a yjf n't rry,
Maricopa County, U, T,
Camp Apache, A. T. Hard wood, conls.
? ti . : . i -.,,1 I . c i
l . I . I V. J " w-v-s. . . . ' 1. . tl I ?. . I . t - i
.t. . t a.a uiu nar r-ajric citum aim nasscu i m ?n aw .von wchhi. corns, iuou : corn, nminik
ar"; Siu.'v Jto K: IU iVi;ad-;-e.vesterday and Co,mtvs,rveyor Benuit 0 000 ; riey. JOO
nga strictly speaking, bachelor life, but,w,m town i day or tvvo since, being on a l; W Iundi, 1,,000 ;
hcbreaks the loneliness aud solitude by jr P oyer the im.pt.sed county road from f'SffV.T-II.nl wood, cords,
standing In thc doorway and viewing iuu : T, , , coo; barloy, pounds, wxi.000; bran, iwttnds,
acres of magniticcut wheat and barley, the I, A- ""ssey and Jul N. Hodcnburg. 23,000 ; hay, pounds, 1,000,000 ; charcoal,
result of his"efforUs of farming. i 'cward lud Irom the bonanza galena bushels 1000
reinon on Cast e Creek. enlivinid n .i "u-.... Camp Grant. A. T. Ilnrtl wood. .Wo soft
31 r. West, of the Sau l'nraciacw '. Uon
bii UTiy tu wrile up Arisoam.
One commodious building serves to shoot
forth the young ideas of the coining men an,
and women. It is tauglit uy .Miss c. u. nn(
Hancock, who is putting iorth strcuuous
efforts to train the young miuds.
Here the 3Iethodist Episcopal Cliurehes
of the North and South arc united in one,
over which the IJcv. Mr. ilerriP and Itev.
L. C. Wiley, formerly of proscott, adminis
ters. Their sermons arc extemporaneous ex
hortations to a large congregation, and con
tain useful information and advice.
MIIRAHY AND I.lTKllAnV ASSOCIATION.
An institution of this kind is nourishing
in Pluenir, in which all the young men and
women of the village take an active part in
its success. Wc attended sonic of its re
hearsals, conducted under thc auspices of
31 r. S. C. Hunt, who is using his best en
deavours to get up a dramatic entertainment,
fur the benefit ol the Sunday school. Those
engaged display a rare talent for the drama
tic art. and with their assistance, wo arc sure
under the criticism and training of Mr. Hunt,
it will be a success. A library of -00 books
have been ordered in Sau Francisco. Con
tributions have been made by many, which
will swell the amount to :?00 volumes.
Among the mot valuable of the contribu
tions is that of Mr. Ifunt, who has presented
a full set of Chambers Kncjclopcdia.
DcForest Porter stands at the head as
District Judge. He is an able lawyer and
his decisions ate profound. He is now hold
ing court in Pluenix. W. A. Hancock is Pro
bate Judge, his ability is proven by his po
pularity. John T. Alvip represents the
pcople ns prosecuting attorney, and we are
sure is true to the interests of the cominunw
ty. .1. D. Hiimburgand J. A. Young olh'ciato
as Justices of the Pence, both intelligent
"entlemen. (J. H.Oun and John E.Naylor
il... ...... ..4 Z ..cnnc. .,T 4 I x I'll lotrA
"'V t ." " -: V . -- --s-t conntr. and named it
I wood, cords, 1200; corn, pound, 400,000 ;
New Orleans. Anrll 17
Niehol Is' Sttnate yesterday passed resolu
tions directory of it.s desire to secure tho
wellfaro of all classes under the Nicholls
government, philging Its co-operation with
the President s jwliey.
StI Petersburg, April 10.
I Diplomatic campaign is titt.tllv terminated.
General IgnatietV will aeeomiiauy the Czar
to Kisehonitf. It is expected that formal war
declarations will bo promulgated ou the 21st.
London, April Hi.
A Ylonnn dlsjwteh says iort i hielinedto
cede a ortion of ller?goviuia to Austria.
Hcportwl mobili.ntion of Austra Hungarian
army Ls now said to be untrue.
Uvs Angeles, April 17.
A fire broko out last night about half past
nine o'clock, destroying an ndobo boarding
house, at the cornorof Foot and Ftmt streets.
Silver mines have been discovcrtsl thirtv
two miles from Dos Palms, on tho Colorado
Desert and sixty miles this side of the Colo
Tho rain of hist SumL:v has done irreat
service to sheep istur.igeand growing crops.
New York, April 17.
The World's Albany special says Town-
seiiu, rwceu'8 counsel, arrived lan night
wuu iweeu .s coniesaion. Jtirlvesa hutnrv
of tho ring from its inception, tells how
bit" durnifT a niirht soionrn ihU n-.ir.tr
T...l. ., . . . . i, . U.II IL I . I IUII IHI. PLM,. T 1 1 m II fWllfllltt III -
rur ii ri'LM nvs l si kiiovi cuir rom Mini 7: , .- ....... .,, - -, -..-,. i. si,-rvti- ami I lull w-.im i.u r. r..
I mncl, -viml Ims ,-ivc, mall blue i.!fflffiS"' ""mA '", " i...f.llu,. itwVufa
lively ummitiH. .,...-. Km,, TZSl. "a i. ;!?'!' '. moinU-n. of tho Sow
A.-r A,ril .7.1,, W7. 'Kn,,: ' ,1WP
Wo o.rac Csur fro,,, , SX MSS 2
. u - ........ ..w....,., . w,v.' a ir.rii.1,1.. 1 .1... . ..... . r . ii ,. r. .
i uiu iituo oi .t 1 1 ins MHiuiuuniM. ne nas nrr-
of thc Peck 31 in ing Company, showing thc
operations of the company for the three
months ending 3Iarch 31st, 1S77.
The report is made to the County Assessor,
whose duty it is to collect the tax on thc net
proceeds of thc minci. This company, it
will be seen, pays for the quarter in question
$1,146 U2, thc major portion of which goes
into thc county road fund.
Krrn.vCTs from the Skcuetaky's Ilrroi.T.
Total number of tons packed to Artlan mill
during the months of January, February and
3Iarch, is 193 L7 tons.
Gross yield of bullion stamped
value is $D7,830 95
Less freight and discounts tl,C!?0 88
Net cash value, currency 91,150 07
Gross expenses of extracting, haul
ing and reducing 3:,S!K5 05
Net profits as to tax 67,1110 -12
Amount of tax at 2 per cent 1,14G U2
Tho Inter-Ocean's Washington"spcaal,of
April 9th, says: Thc verdict of thc mili
tary tribunal iu thn Kuiio caso has been re
ceived at tho Department of Justice, hut it
cannot yet be given. Heno's friends tiro
490,000 ; fctraw, pounds, l.M),000 ; oliarooal,
Camp Mojave, A. T. S ft wood, cords,
iw, U..UCJ, i-uuiiiis, vs,,uou; nay, ikiu nits,
IXOOO; utraw, pounds, 42,000 ; chaPioal,
Camp Thomas, A. T. Soft wood, eonl,
COO; barley, pounds, 4.0,000: hav, iwunds,
700,000; charcoal, busheln, 1000.
Camj) Venle, A. T. Soft wood, cords,
1200; corn, pounds, 300,000; barley, jounds,
350,000; hay, poumh.JHVO.OOO; straw, pounds,
300,000; charcoal, bushels, 1200.
Fort Yuma, Col. Hani wood, cords, 50;
soft wood cords, 400.
Tucson, A. T.-Soft wood, cord. 132; bar
ley, pounds 21.90Q hay. pound. 25.S00 ;
traw, pounds, (KW0,
Whipjilo Doot, A. T. Soft wood, oirds,
2400; corn, pounds, 300,000; barley, jiounds,
315,000; bran, pound, 75,000; hav, jotinds,
S50.01V); .straw, pounds, 300,000 ; ohanjoal,
Yuma Dojiot, A. T. Soft wood, cord,, .JOO;
birley, pounds, 1S0.000; hav, pounds, Z00,
000 , .straw, pounds, S0.000.
Boston, April lS.Wool dull ; medium i Kepiibllcan olllcials all s
and X Ohio. 4042; NX and abovo, 44fil48; thu decision of theSupre
Michigan, Wisconsin and New Hamnsliiro.
35f.i-40; mostly 37CC3S ; eombingand delhino, Hussian troops aro eoneentratlng near the
iiiwi-w, iiiiui, un rango oi irorq I "uiiiainaii immior. Koumaiiia Is niohili
served all of Ids nheekH. kont a mpmoranda
of all his transactions, all of which will bo
placed at iho disposal of the State. Active,
preparalionit nro .said to bo in progress at
Ludlow Street Jail, looking to the earlv ro
leaso of Tweed' He has made an ab.solutn
tender ol all his property to tho citv, but it
Is uid toamount to very little comparatively.
Prisoner is said to bo very mueh brokon
. Chicago, April IS.
llio Inter-Ocean's Washington spcelul xivm
tho Cabinet to-day discussed tho o.tlra so's
sion question. ScertUary Sohtirz advooatod
IKistiKiuomcnt until Ootolwr, but no decbdon
was roaoheiL Tho timo will probably re
main as it i.s now fixed, June 4th.
. , , Naw Orleans, April IS.
At Joint caueiis oftl.o members of the
Packard J louse and Senate, S3 members
prosont, on motion of ex-Governor War
inoulh. thc caucus unanlmonslv rojeetod tho
proposition of thu Commls-sionaml resolved
lo stand by Gov. Packard to tho lust.
, . Columbia, S. C April IS.
Private Secretary Manning, under instruc
tions from Gov. Hamilton, this momlm-i
sealed tho Ixmds of all tho Stato onli-or. Tin.
seem willing to wait
lOiidon. April 17.
currency question, ho will
.NiKX'ic payments, and fund
the balance of the Government six per cent,
bonds, in four jKr cent, by Janunrv 1st, lSTi).
Tho Secretary is aware that should war bo
declared in KurojH?,. some of our bonds now
held abroad will bo returned to us in iav
ment for exports. In speaking on this sub
ject, he Is reported to have said: "So mueh
the better foru.s if wo get them in large
quantities in that way U will boa better
piece of good fortune than I expect."
New Orleans, April IS.
Tho Commission will roort to tho Presi
dent tho failure, so far, of tho plan of adjust
Nw York, April 19.
L. Cass Carpenter. Collector ot Internal
Revenue, at Charleston, S. C, has resigned.
When tho Republican Stato otlieers yester
day attempted to entor their rooms "in the
Stato house thoy found iseal.s on tho doors and
constables procut who wero ordered to ar
rest any one attempting to enter. Protest
was promptly sent to Hampton as judicial
proceedings aro now ponding to settle the
Charleston, April IS.
Tne reception of Governor Hampton, who
visited Charleston to-day for first timo sineo
the War, was a grand ovation in which the
whole community irrespective of politics or
class distinctions united.
New Orleans, April 19.
K. J. Watson of Madison, It. J. Walker of
Tonsasand F.Oliver of Concordia, returning
board members, wero seated in Nicholls house
to-day completing a returning boardquorum
in iwth branches of NiclioUs' legislature.
Nicholls' house to-day rescinded tho resolu
tion expelling Gaude who then took his scat.
Driiry of Assumption and Oscar Holt of
CHAS. T. HAYDEN&C"
EVERY VARIETY OF MERCK;
Hat oonitantlj- oa baud that iofaVK;if
From tho Hay den Mills, altf crit
Superfine Flour, ha
Graham Flour, tri
and Cracked Wf1
Ar lew rcUJnj alarpfutoRaitt'ir t
iMERC II IV XISf
Direct from New York,
FOR SAXilC T. W FOK CM
rest Baton ltougi heretofore acting with
ackard's legislature, wero keated in Hia
house, tnaking oil returning board members.
San Francisco, April 11).
Mining stocks closed an follows
Host t Dolchcr.. .10'.
Imjiorial Con J.lQj
leviathan .,., . ,50;
Northern Dolle.... 7j
Overman , 20
Union Con... -I?
YoUow Jacket... . 7;
Greonlmeks. 1M6V.I5. Gold 107U.
Half dollars, o1 ,o?u er cent, discount
Crown Point ,. 7
Gould fc Currv... S
MexitKin. v si
Siorrn Nevada -t
rrfstt, St te mbf r 10, 1S71.
THE ONLY KNOWN-
Dli. CHANDLER'S PB
THOUSANDS OK CVSES KFFECTCiUT : .
ii, ii Km .itrv uun me vcnuci, on incm;'. "i-'ii", iorgooi nuns or supor ung upr iruops to prevent tho Turks from
ground that he was not allowed to produce nml x : '-"'ttorula, unchanged, 'ir)tt3t). i entering her territory. Severn! collisions
evidence concerning .Mrs. Hell's character I'uwiifcu tuA, April is. wool quloi, .uo occumti on tho Montenegrian frontier.
which he da ms s verv bad. The entcnec r Z ' 1 1 'i B"V.io",R, w"s"i. 20 Orovllle, Cal., April 13.
is believed to be everu C "J ,,lV,V:,A1Uflva)s, oxlni nn'1 ""rino . 1 1,0 Com,,-v C 0,m 1,101 tl,ls "tornlng to bo-
,is (Hiicvcu to uescviro. pulled. Wf.ii-IO; No. 1 and Miner milled. .w. u'ln lie trial of th.. i....... rt...
. r, .. ,.777 "! .7"' . IW; Texas lino and modluni, lio; cotirxe. Seventy jurymen had previously Irhmi snml S
tUTir. -.nr. natsii has iiiscovcrcd a 1 1-IQt-It ; ( 'alifornia lino and medium, IWuUO; muiuMl, and thev, toguther wfth witness!
diver hjiil nn C;tli (iri.ol.- i'n M.irtn,,.,.. coarse, lSyii. i and interested stHs'tatoiv. iniuli. kik.i. .. r.r..-.i i
r 1 - i
Mny CA.oi trnJ lo prvKluc tiitt rVCi
lof Uie. The bWI ia rUnll is it "Stnta
ftuent u of dmjtlc punrtttlvn (
rt!.o of (be b.mls. trpM action if tb SC
inrruut otbr coim ar the mnrw or uuJJJ hll
hitbrrM m thine r ffrcle.M ha bren T1"",
lie. n hWh wuuM mpUtly llrlt "?!?Vtn
tn.Mrly jk.it? nu rffrctiTe cur. In t""r" y,"
ttnly nliir.li ti..t wnty ot altuost '"fi'S hicJ
nio tl.ff larirt tumor f th r" M-icrrj
tlon. D.t manv wlm liar wtiJ ' 'z'-i&o
luire ra taJtolly rnrwt. bT Ua JIS S
n.inif tlit tiratinut) li rminnl lurfrsclJ..
nlif tby evrr isml.l rx-ct U Ut, TCa.
op? rutiuD. ami removing It iu- Ihrm fri "Lj
pnrJur. which nvttt.l Ibe kA J-ini
lla rur uU nvvny ol tb rami tlrtlrabl bulldinr lot. ninny vrsutUlnc phy cUn-. who rt 5; f,
'iMMtrtlntUfewnoi IWott 'j mrrit. . the mly l.oi ur care riW J
Tri.w. viri,. r.ni.rvr tuckarr. or in y
SENT IlV M.UL OX KKCKirT Or rWCfc
J . L . FISHER,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Auctioneer ar:d Commission Merchant.
Office Now County- Building.
Hoaubold ltd othar GooJtJVcid t Libert! Rales
PIONEER NEWS DEPOT
and are worthy representatives- of the lur.
COfXTY OKKICI.Mtf. '
J. W. Owen. Treasurer; A. W. Shoemncker,
Disto-ict Clerk; Y. V. .McNuIty, County
Ctork; and George K. flowery, Sheriff, are
thu "Hit Up." We
have not lonrued much about the lend, but
take it for granted that it must bo good,
otherwise H would not have been loeatisl by
a man who is onu of tho mining cxjiorti mid
knows what lie is doing every time.
In the vioinjty of Humblebec rancli, wc
learn from parties, there aru several Indians-' trial.
living who belong to thc San Carlos Hcscr-1 " J"r.v
, as never had been seen in this court lmns. I NEWSPAPERS
I loth sides, aiinonnts'd theinselycs as ready
Wlieil ttioeanoot M.T. Jonus was rnllrMl for
Ml day has beon consumed in getting
vaeramonto, April IS.
tiMi. itvftit u iiaua 1 til i lilt IT -frlIi ! ni t r, ..(-.. sv-
i ... . 1 ; iUtwvol i rills foronOOn thO SllUmmn r?mirt n
n no claim, mat none oi ins pew are ul,cm. i a ieroiiptory writ of lunniudo to tho Sect e"
Etablibi I5T0, by
-VN-SITinLX). ot TUCSOX,
STATIONERY CUTLERY. CIGARS AND TOBACCO ETC
Onlenfvr Uit ait Payors prossptlr attended to.
Agcy fertbr Arizona MiNta. j
S..M ly nil Dmtts nnJ Dtr ""
outlbe World. nflS,
l'rtiprttt nolrly by Mil. CIIA"DU mi
1.4TJ llroaaway, Xr Ycft "cct
ybre ervtm can be aJdrrfJ. -icrt
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TO SHEEP ME
Chance for Specul'
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ok sum; i ix amiwisa. bat OW(
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tom fnll'bIHla Mnm ww. l.Dr ,
I crllrnt ruaffr. hIhmo v"0 milrs Item -t tl
l-V n.rt milin UPPlr w " ' ,w..iA
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