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Steamer leaves for Ehrenberg. to day
another for Fort Mohave nnd up river
ports on Wednesday next, the 30th.
Save the seeds of the apricots, cherries,
plums, &c.,you eat, plant some; there will
soon be purchasers for the young plants
Our fellow townsman, Mr. Lyons, has
our sympathy, with that of hit many
friends, in the loss of his only child by
pneumonia on Sunday last.
Col. Mason is at Florence receiving
milling machinery for the Silver Bel! mine
where each day brings forth richer and
still more rich discoveries.
HENRY Fox was brought in on the
stage on Monday. A commission "de lu
nntico mquirendo," consisting pf Drs.
Thomas and DeCorse was appointed. It
is supposed to be a case of confirmed in
sanity. Rpnd for one of inv S40 eold American
Watches. Uncle Harris, 702 Keantv
street, San Francisco.
We learn from the Silver Queen mine
that the ore becomes richer as the shaft
deepenc and the vein continues widening.
Machinery shortly expected and railroad
facilities will soon make the fortunes of
Mr. P. M. Sfinelm has received his
commission as notary public for Arizona,
and intends to cast his lot among us. We
welcome with pleasure one who brings
such high recommendations, and wish him
& prosperous career.
The gold bearing quartz mines in the
Carga Muchacho district, nine miles from
Yuma, have been sold by Col. W. G. Boyle
to San Francisco capitalists, represented
by Ben Halladay, who lately uinde nn ex
amination and left on Tuesday for San
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Barney arrived
on Monday, the first passengers through
by all rail. They have been much indued
and all am rejoiced at their return. Yuma
and Arizona are deeply indebted to Col.
Barney, nnd will always cherish the name
S&ve your money by buying your
Groceries, Clothing, Fancy Goods,
ttc. from, II. 8. Fitzgerald & Co.
One wf the suits aeiinst C. W. C. Row-
11, thaf brought by Wm- Galvin. lino been
.cliftcontliniifd, a compromise having been
--ffected by which Mr. liowell sells or
trnnfers one wagon and twelve nvilen to
Mr. Galvin, the latter paying costs of suit
The attachment was dissolved by order of
We regret that want of space prevents
our reporting as fully as we would wish
the amateur dramatic performance of last
Saturday. Considering the many obstacles
and difficulties the company had to con
tend with, the stage, scenery, curtains, &c
having to be arranged and fastened with
out driving a nail, the performance was n
very creditable one, and much credit is due
The S. P. R. R. temporary station at
Pilot Knob, was closed for aye on Tuesday
night, and the new one, just opposite Yu
ma, called Colorado station, was opened
on Wednesday morning, when the first
through train to Yuma arrived very little
belated. Freight and passengers are
brought across the river by Kerens &
Mitchell. The bridge will soon be thrown
over the Colorado as the timber is on the
Transportation. Amabisca'p, Carr's
and French Paul's teams, loaded with bar
ley and wool, were on the Maricopa desert
yesterday coming this way. Jenks team
left Mohawk yesterday morning. Brash's
train, with 60,000 lbs. of copper bullion
i rom Globe District, is tnrned out at Oro
ille. Going eaBt are Vansickle, now
about Sweetwater, Ward, on the Marico
pa desert; Jim Caldwell, at Teamsters;
and two of Satnaniego'B teams leaving
Along the Gila. Smallpox has been
for some time among the Pimas, but has
not been verv severe on 'them, Most of
them have been vaccinated. Capt. Sum
merhays, U. R. A., wbb among them re
covering stolen cattle, and reports having
seen four dead ones. A lttage band of
sheep is now around Berk's station, thriv
ing and looking well. Dennis Conner is
Keeping Teamsters' Camp- Fresh tracks
in road near Oroville of two lost camels.
Quiolin's cook is laid up at Antelope with
smallpox. John Gray bad it, but turned
his team out neai Oatman and camped till
be recovered. Ha then burned his cloth
ing, ftrinigated bis wagons, etc., and now
appears in new skin and clothing. Peck
fcutting part of his grain for hay three
& 4t. ...... an A orpAn n n 1hi? Tliii
Mission amp up vw.-f, ..
new road along the foot of the bluff.
Lange is still driving his tunnel at Gila
P.itv. and now claims a four feet ledge of
.. carrying considerable .gold. Mes
jancrop will be light all along the
Col. Wands, of the New York Herald,
and wife. Mr. J. Codman, of the New
York Evening Poet, and wife and Judge
Blair left for Florence.
Mr. Jas. W. Waters the well known,
long-time resident of San Bernardino, paid
us a flying visit on Thursday and was much
pleased with the improvements and signs
of progress he saw.
Mr. E. L Clapp, Intel)' assistant man
ager of the A. & P. Telegraph at Yuma,
has resigned to take effect to-day, He wii
be succeeded by Mr. Arseott Venton of
San Francisce, a telegraphist of ability
nnd expe ri i i re " G'a to see jou Vent.
Mr. J. J. Gospkr, Secretary of the
Territory arrived on Tbursduy. We found
hiui making anxious enquires for the Capi
tal of Arizona and somewhat disappointed
that those best versed in geography were
unable to give him exact information.
Hon. S. C. Miller of Prescott, Mr. E.
L. Alexander Special Agent of the Post
office Department, Judge Blair, the cele
brated mining lawyer, and L. F. Rowclj
Assistant Superintendent of Wells Fargo
& Co. have been with us this week.
L. A. Smith &. Bros, have opened a
neat market on Maiden lane, where our
citizens will do well to examine the fine
fresh meats, vegetables aud fruits they are
daily receiving by ail from San Beruar
cimo, bnoufd tne demand warrant it,
they propose to keep on band ICE.
1 HE Lolorada Hotel now runs a fine
ambulance to the S. P R. R. depot. The
proprietor is doidg all in his power for the
pleasure and comfoit of his guests. His
endeavors are appreciated by those who
patronize him aud they have been many
(or the pubt lew weeks. His bath room
has proved a card that attracted the dusty
United States Marsha! Standifer of Ari
zona, Deputy Dunlap of California, and
Special Post Office Agent Alejauderare
having eomo differences of opinion about
John Martie's complicity in the last stage
robbery near Wickenbtirg. By request we
keep our "bazoo" closed.
Performance to-night and to-morrow
night by Don Severo Murillo and troupe
at the corral of Redondn rnni li r.in r
Handbills can be had at the 6alouu. This
entertainment is very highly spoken of by
those who have attended it. and this op
poitmiity of witnessing it should not be
The land grabbers are out in force along
the Gila. When they are told at Fillibus
buster, that the hicb i water mark of Feb
ruary , I 74 is 25 feet above the present
water level of the river, according to
the railroad engineers' survey, they "move
on," seeking land less liable "to overflow.
The R. R. Engineers under Mr Wm.
Hood moved their camp on Wednesday
to the vicinity of Keuyon station. Lines
are being run on both sides of the Gila
The canyon of the river below Oatman
Flat offers many difficulties to a line up
the river, aud would necessitate two bridg
es. Mr Hood is now trying to find a good
line over the mesa, coming into the river
again, near thb Painted Rocks.
Meteorological Summary for the
Week ending Hay 19, 1877.
Hghest Barometer 29.900
Lowest Barometer 2 J COO
Warm for the week 29 750
Prevailing direction, West and N. W.
Average Force, 2 5
precipitation and cloudiness.
Slight shoivn on the lf a.nd 17 with
thunder in the S. W. on 17 Heavy wind
storm accompanied by dashes of raiu on
the 18. Quantity 0.12 of an inch.
Average Cloudiness, 4.
Mean Dry Bulb Gd.ft
Mean Wet Bnlb (52.5
F. L. B. GOODWIN,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Prescott. - - - A. T-.
T. J. DRUM,
Attorney at Law.
And all parts of
Comfortable conveyances for passengers
leave every Monday morning for
Greenwood, via McCrack
Vehicles, or good saddle animals to any
part of the country furnished by
JOHN DOLING, Pro.
RUSH & WELLS,
Attorneys at Law.
Prescott, - - - - A. T.
Notice to Creditors.
N the Probate Court of the Territory
of Arizona, in and for the county of
In the matter of the estate of Wm, Pul
Estate of Wm. Pulfer, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, Executors of the estate of Win.
Pulfer, to the creditors of. and all persons
having claims against tne said deceased, to
exhibit them with the necessary vouchers
within ten months after the first publica
Hon ot this notice, to the sain Executors
at the town and county of Yuma, Terri
tory ot Arizona.
II. S. Fitzgerald,
Executors of the estate of Wm. Puller
Dated at Yuma, A. T.,May 22, 1877. 7
L. A. SMITH & BROS.
Constantly on hand and arriving daily
Horn ban .Bernardino.
Maiden Lane, between 2d and 3d; St.
iuma, : : : Anizona
Ordinance Ho. 13.
Providing for the oneninsr of
iuacuson Avenue irom Second
treet to the bank of the Colorado
Be it ordianed by the Mayor and
Common Council of the Village of
Sec. 1. That, that certain street
in said village known as Madison
Avene, as shown on aud by the
uuiLiui iuiip ui mo vmage or xu
ma, vv lute's survey, be and the
same is hereby opened from the
south line "of Second street to the
bank of the Colorado river.
fcec. -i. The village Attorney
of said village is herebv instructpd
to advise with the holders of pro
perty on me sam line ot opening,
and so far as practicable, procure
me rignr, (wunout claim for dam
age) for said opening; also to re
port to the Council what expense
wm oe incurreu in opening said
avenue. What owners claim da-
mages, the amount and in what
the said damage consists.
Passed May 22d, A. D. 1877.
A. J. FINLAY,
C. H. jBrinley, Recorder.
Notice to Creditors.
N PROBATE COURT, of this Terri-
tory of Arizona, in aud for the county
In the matter of the estate of C. Anar
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, administrator of the estate of C.
Anarbar, deceased, to the creditors of, and
all persons navmg claims against said de
ceased, to exhibit them with the necessarv
vouchers within ton months after the first
publication ot this notice, to the said ad
miuistrator at his place of business in the
town and county of xuma, Territory ot
Arizona. j. jm. n&uvisuu.
Wat. Vandever, Jr.. Atty
Dated .May o, 1S77. 5-lw
N THE DISTRICT COURT, Second
Judicial District, county of Yuma.
lerruory ei Arizona.
William Lucas ) '
C. W. C. Rowell. )
The Territory of Arizona sends greeting
ot C. W. C. Rowell :
That you nre hereby required to appear
in uu u'juuii urougnc against you by the
above named plaintiff, in the District'
Court of the Second Judicial District,
Territory of Arizona, in and for the coun
tyof Yuma, and to answer to the complaint
filed therein within twenty days (exclusive
of tb day of service) after service on you
ot this summons, if served within the coun
ty, or if served out ot this county but
within this district, within thirty days,
otherwise within forty days, or judgment
by default will be taken against you for the
sum of oue thousand two hundred aud four
dollars, together with costs of suit.
The said action is brought to recover
the 8iim of one thousand two hundred and
four dollars for services rendered at your
instance and request, as will more fully
appear by complaint, a copy which is here
unto attached, and to which you are more
particularly referred for particulars.
WITNESS rey hand and the seal of said
Court affixed this 16th day of
Tseal April, A. D. J377.
GEORGE TYNG, clerk,
by C. D. Tyng, deputy clerk.
L GUILIANL J. BERNARD, JR
THE co-pastnership heretofore existing
between Geo. Siebold and G. A. Ring
wald, under the style of Geo. Siebold &
Co., has this day expired by limitation
All parties indebted to the late firm are
requested to make immediate settlement
with G. A. Ringwnld, who is duly author
ized to settle all outstanding matters of the
firm. G A. RINGWALD,
By Albert H. Sales.
His attorney in fact.
May I, 1877. 4-4 w
Proposals for Beef, Muttoi, &c.
H. Q. Dept. of Arizona,
Office Chief C. S.
Prescott. A. T.. April 26, le77.
SEALED PROPOSALS in triplicate
with a copy of this advertisement at
tached, will be received at this office and
at the office of the A. C. S..at Fort Whip
ple, A. T., until noon June 9, 1877, for
the supply of the post of Fort Whipple,
A. T., with Fresh Beef and Mutton,
live and slaughtered, for the fiscal year
commencing July 1, 1877. All mfoima
tion, blanks, &c , furnished on application
to the undersigned. CHAS. P. EGAN.
4-4w Captain and C. S.. U. S. A
Sale of Government Property.
Yuma Depot, A. T., March 29, 1877
finHERE will be sold at publin auction
X at this Depot; at 11 o'clock a. m. on
the linn day of June, 1877, the following
articles of clothing, no longer required for
the public service.viz : S.iyt) Hat Feathers
4819 Hat Eagles, 16t)U Hat Crossed S
bres, 4223 Hat Bugles, 6841 Hat Letters
13312 Hat Numbers, 55 prs. Chevrons N
C S, 203 do 1st Sergts, 404 do Sergts. 548
do Corpls,20 Caduceus, 76 prs. Shoulder
Scales NUS.IS prs. do Sergts, 31)21 prs
do Priv'ts, 76 Sashes, 1012 prs. Shoes, 1112
prs. Boots, f577 yards Worsted Lace, 1224
pairs Slides, staples and keys for shoulder
scales. Auo a lot 01 damaged clothing
consisting in part of 275 Great Coats, 265
Jackets, 827 Louts, 452 Trowsers, 17 Flan
nel, Shuts, 132 Bed Sacks.. Stores to b
removed on day of sale. Term Cash in
G. W. "BRADLEY,
Capt. and A. Q. M.
It is worth 5.
To every reader of this paper who sends ua
tois certificate and S I we will forward fo
one year the Treasure, a magnificent
illustrated Journal and Housekeepers
Magazine, and one cony of our uew and
elegant premium chromo entitled
ASKING A BLESSING,
a masterpiece of the Dusseldorf school of
genre painting, by Prof. Jordan.size 20 1-2
xJo 1-2, executed in the highest styleof art
retail price ot which is So, and a cony 0
the following beuutiful poem descriptive of
tne chromo, in elegant illuminated colors
Ay; but wait good wife a minute,
i have tirst a word to say:
Do you know what day to-day is 7
Mother, 'tis our wedding day.
Just as now we sat at supper,
when the guests had goue away;
You sat that side, I sat this side,
l?orty years ago to day!
Then what plans we laid together ;
W hat brave things I meant to do:
Could we dream to-day would find us
At this table me aud you.
Better so no doubt and vet I
Sometimes think I cannot tell
Had our boy Ah, yes ! I know dear ;
xes, He doeth all things well.
Well we've had our joys and sorrows,
bhared our smiles as well as tears :
And the best of all I've had your
Jb aithtui love tor lorty years !
Poor we've been, but not forsaken ;
Grief we ve kuown, but never shame
Father for thy endless mercies
Still we bless Thy Holy Name.
A (t f? W TQ 'h'8 is a rare chance for
ZlUlJll 1 Uyou to make money. We
will pay you large cash commissions and
ivo you exclusive territory. Send ua onp.
dollar, avoid unnecessary correspondence,
receive your territory and go to work at
ouee. upon receipt 01 wnich we will for
ward agent's outfit, certificate cf acencv
&c. Specimen copies ten centB. nonefre.
Address Iho treasure Publishins Co..
ia ueoar St., JS'ew York City.
Yuma City, Arizona Territory,
Drugs t BieimmeH,
Perfumery, Soaps, Combs,
and Brushes, Trusses, Support
ers and Shoulder-Braces,
Fancy and Toilet
Oil, Lamps and
Chimneys, Glass, Putty,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Dye
StufTs. a tent Medicines, &c.
Physicians' Prescriptions carefullv com
pounded, and all orders correctly answer
Goods Nelectcdwitn arrcat care, and
"urrauica att represented.
A choice assortment of Books,
Stationery, musical instruments
and fancy articles.
All the most popular Newspapars, Moga
zines and Liatett Novels on hand
as soon as issued.
CALL AND SEE THEM.
$f) dny at home. Agents wanted
Ji Outfit and terms tree. TRUE
&CO., Augusta, Maine. tuch21y5.-
Collinowood, A. Hamf.rslag.
J. Collfngwood & Co
uy and make adva?ices on Gold a?id Silver Bullion,
also sell and buy Uxc7ia?ige o?i San JFrancisco, Cal.
A. JI&MJSllSZjiG, Manager.
Florence, A. T.
January 20th, 1877.
BOOTS 8l SHOES
made to order of the
to suit the climate and guarranteed a per
fect fit, by
H. JL. Gehmaii.
Practical Boot and Shoe maker at the sign
Tbe Gold a Boot.
Opposite the stage corral, Main St.
Yuma, A. T. April 7. tf,
HPHE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE
1 tpectfully notify the public that he
has leased this well-known and popular
Hotel, and alter completely renovatingand
refitting it in all its parts, has re-opened it
tor tbe accommodation of the Resident and
NO PAINS OR EXPENSE
Will be spared to make thii
HOIEL OF 2RE COUN1BY
Are Large and ?
The Lodging Rooms
nro Clean, Airy, Well Lighted, and fur
nished with Nice. Clean Bedding.
Will be supplied with the BEST
the markets afford, and the
COOKING will be in a
Tha Proprietor is determined that here
The Tired Traveler,
The Sojourner and the
Shall find the comforts of Home.
Is attached to the Hotel, where
Fine WINES, LIQUORS & CIGAES
May be found.
GEORGE W. BLAIR.
March 4th, 1876.-tf.
Silvkrberg, Office 207 Battf.rv St.
San Francisco Cu
2 E A Z JE &
JOS. COLLINGWOOD & Co.
Horner & Norton,
Respectfully inform the citizens of Ari
zona that tbey have formed a co-partnership
for tbe purpose of doing -all
kinds of work in the Hue
WAGON MAKING I
Jn the best manner and at very
Waeon and Carriage Ironing and repair
ing, Piows and all other AGRICULTUh
AL IMPLEMENTS aet up aud put iu
HORSE AND MULE SHOEING
Is specially attended to, and the work
done by skillful workmen and in such a
manner as to give entire satisfaction.
Made and repaired in the neatest manner
and at reasonable prices.
EShop on Gila Street, in their new
The undersigned has fitted ap the shopte
next to the stage corral with a corapla
assortment ot the oesc maienaii iur ,
and making wagons and carriages of every
8 made a specialty.
Entire satisfaction is guaranteed to freight
A lonsr residence in tbe country hn,
taught me just what kind of work is suite
to its climate and requirement. All work
will be done at tbe
I, W. DONALDSON,
Ynma, April 23. tf.