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FRIDAY, XOVKMmtg, 1877.
An critdiic awl boiler is offer oil for sale
clieap. Apply at the Mlvkk oftico for iufor
mation. General Kautz arrived hi San Francisco
Saturday last and look the eastern bound
train ut S o'clock on Sunday morning.
M. "W. Kales, Thomas, Luther and C. C.
3k an leave this evening for Antelope, where
ilwv c-o to examine the minim: outlook of
Goxi: to Ar.vcuE. 3Ir. Alox. Gradcn, left
on the Uuckboard last evening for Camp
Apache, where he goes to take a place in
the blacksmith shop.
Ale. Harris has tinislted his contract for
ltumiug bricks at the Peck mine. He open
ed his kiln a few davs ago and found that
3:e had 75,000 beautifully burned and splen
didly tempered bricks.
The title to a sewing machine was tried
in Justice Cartters court this morning, Fred
Williams being the plaintiff, ami 3Irs. llro
phy the defendant. Judgment was given
for the nlaiathf.
Alex. Harris, has contracted with the Tip
top Company for the burning of a kiln of
briek near where they are to erect their new
iuartz mill at the mouth of Grand wash,
three miles south of the residence of Jack
The ox-train of Hance fc Graham goes to
Pluenix for Hour, which is being manufac
tured at the celebrated Houring mills of
C. 31. Veil, lor the I'reseott trade. They
have contracted for the freighting of 40,
Brown liros. have got their boiler, engine,
blower and stack all neatly and solidly set
in brick and mortar, and one of the partuers
was in the stack this morning lining it with
jire brick preparatory to getting their found
ry and machine shop iu active operation.
3Iaj. C. II. Veil is in town, having come
from his home, East Pluenix, iu his own
conveyance, via Black Canyon. He pro
jkjscs to remain several days. He informs
us that there was a general impression at
I'luvnix that the 3Iiveu had refused to pub
lish "Winchester Miller's card, on the Koad
Commissioners. Xo such card, we repeat,
ever reached u?, nor do we believe any
such was ever sent. It looks like a job,
put up by those who would like to bring
this paper into disrepute ; but to use a little
slang, "That cock won't light."
Accidental Death. Hon. James V.
Hull, of Mineral Park, writes to Hon. G.
Hathaway, of Prescott, that a man by the
name of Aaron Williams, of Walla Walla,
W.T., while at Union Pass, sleeping in
camp with Tom Miller, of .Prescott, saw a
covote in the night, and in attempting to
get his pistol to shoot it, the pistol acci
dentally went off and killed him. An in
piest as held on the ImmIv of Williams at
Mineral Park, aud it was ascertained that
he was the youngest of 3T children. These
are all the facts so far as known. Tom
Miller is on his way home.
John Raible, Otto Eseh ami partner re
turned last evening from the Peck, Tiger,
Bradshaw Basin. Luke's mill. etc. John
says he found some of the lnudest climbing
ami steepest hills he ever trae!ed over, es
pecially the hill leading down into Brad
shaw from towards the Peck.
Admitted. A man by the name of
Crimu, hailing from Antelope, made ap
plication to the proper authorities, yester
day, for admission into the hospital provi
ded for the indigent sick of the County,
and as his case seemed to be a fair one and
demanded consideration, he was admitted.
Complaint of the most bitter character
comes to us from the fanners and others
who are taxed to keep a number of large
over grown men in our County Hospital,
asking us to show up what they consider an
outrage on the hard working community.
Men are seen basking around the shades of
the hospital, eating, sleeping, etc., at the ex
pense of the county, who ought to have
pride euough to keep them out of the poor
house. 3Iorc anon.
The time of the lulling of the leaves has
come; the sere and yellow leaves of Au
tumn. A walk through the cottonwool
aud maples of McCormick street, though
the yellow leaves remind one that the sad
dest days of the year have come, is never
theless "pleasant and tills one with a sort of
melancholly joy. The leaves under foot are
almost as natural a those of the carpet on
the lloor of the room of M. W. Kales.
The stone cutters wore at work this morn
inir on a sand stone, eight feet long, intended
for the front doorsill for the new Court
house. Jack Hill was measuring and laying
it off, but we failed to get its dimensions
other than its length. It is a beauty.
Chas. CuMiman an excellent gentleman
in the employ of C. P. Head & Co., Camp
Verde, is in towu on business.
Allen Cullumber, of Walnut Grove, is in
towu an informs us that the postotiicc is
about to be removed to his residence.
FnKir.iiT. The train of John Elders ar
rived, this morning, lrom Ehrenberg loaded j
with merchandise for the house of C.
3Iead vt Co.
Several teams, belonging to S. C. Miller
t Bro.. arrived and discharged thoir loads
at the various mercantile establishments
The past few days have been cold, and
high wind? prevailed, which had the effect
of bringing up an old fashioned rain from
Mr. II. Hewitt, from Pima county, arrived
in town this morning coining by Bradshaw
lisitlng the Tigr mine where he is inter
ested iu a valuable lecatiou.
Thomas Whitehead, who has beon engag
ed for several years, in Prescott, as proprie
tor of a jirst-class restaurant, has closed his
business at the Montezuma and is about to
take up his residence at the Peck, where he
will open au eating establishment.
Nkw axo Rich. Another lead lias been
discovered altout eight miles from Prescott
which as-says, to the ton, oyer $250 from the
cropping." It has lx-en named the 'Norton,
in ho.ior of Charles Norton, o:ie of the dis
coverers ami original locators. T1h! lead is
casv of access and is Miirounded by plenty
jf timber, and has an abundance ut water
"itliiu a short distance.
Hon. Thomas Fitch and hi associate iu
the law business, Mr. Churchill, (the firm
i makiug a wliole tcauO have fitted tip rooms
over the Hank of Arizona where Hey hold
fortli aud will be happy to meet ami diacua
knotty questions with all.
W. A. Howard, an excellent matt and a
good freighter known to every penoti in
this section of Arizona, has sold his team of
fourteen mules ami two mammoth prarie
schooners to the Miller Bros, and the tcarai
now employed in hauling ore from the Jic
Crnckin lode to the Signal mill.
The Hualpai scouts, with Dan OTeary as
chief returned from Southern Arizona to-day
for the purpose of beinsr mustered out of
service as their time lias about expired.
These scouts havu been uuder the command
of Lieut. Hauua ami have dime a great deal
of hard duty since they were enlisted into
the service of Uncle Sam.
The train of Rusher & Atkinson arrived,
yesterday, from Ehrenberg with a large lot
of merchandise for the house of L. ttaanford
fc Co., and also had on board the iron doore,
windows ami cells for the new jail. The
train will re-ioad for the McCraekin Co.
Anders it Howe, the cnturpri&ing mer
chants, shipped yesterdav to their Hranch
store, at the Peck, ten thousand pounds of
merchandise. Taking this shipment in con
nection witn tne ju.uw pounds lor tne np
Top store constitutes the largest shipment
ever made by any firm in any single ship
ment since l'rescott's origin.
George W. Curtis, who went down to the
McCraekin country a few days since, has
returned and expresses himself as well
pleased with the country and its future
prospects, which he considers "way up,
never since the first advent of the American
pioneer into Arizona have mining matters
looked up as they do at the jmesent time.
William W. Weed a pltonographic reiorl
er, has arrived here under an engagement
with the several judges of the District
Courts of the Territory, to act as law rejsort
er for the courts in taking testimony etc.
He will also report arguments of council,
public speeches, sermons, etc., when requir
ed for a moderate consideration. He will
make Prescott Ins head quarters and go to
Phamix, Yuma, Florence. Tucson, andMin
cral Park when the courts are iu session at
llev. Fatiicr Murphy, being somewhat
indisposed yesterday, was unable to preach
and merely went through the ceremonies of
mass. The Reverend gentleman announced
that he would preach on Sunday next, health
permitting, in Luke's Hall, at 9 x. m.. and
that at "! r. m. of the same day. would
hold a meeting for the purpose of taking
action for the raising of funds which will
enable him to build an edifice to be conse
crated to the Catholic faith. All who feel
friendlv to the establishment of a church of
tlii nature in our village are iuvitcd to at
tend. Mass will al-o be celebrated at 0 a
m ., on Thursday next, that being the first of
.November and All Jaint s Day.
Col. Wood came up from the Kit Carson
yesterday, bringing with him a few sacks of
first-class ore for storage. He returned to
day and will finish assorting the ore on the
dump, which will Ik sacked ami brought to
town for storage in a few days. Thev have
out several tons of high guade ore which
they consider safer under lock and key in a
warehouse than lying exposed to the cupid
ity of those who would raiher haul it away
than to go to work and dig for it.
Our readers are requested to examine the
card of Win. W. Weed in to-day's Mixes.
A valuable acquisition in the way of report
John 1. O shorn. Sen., recently brought
into towu, from his ranch on Ash Creek, a
number of fat beeves which he sold to Allen
& Co.. the favorite batchers of this section
Lakgi: Attkxpancb. Our public school
has over sixty scholars in the higher cla.s,
and in the lower detriment over seventy
a ?jod attendance.
Judge Bush is adding to his valuable
property in West Prescott, an improvement
in the shape of a baru, an article very es
sential for stock during the storms of
The Hualpai Indians were mustered out
of the service, to-dav. at Fort Whipple.
We learn that these scouts have, since their
enlistment, traveled, on foot, something over
five thousand miles, or about one-fifth the
distance around the Globe.
Some of our more worldly minded young
men think llev. J. A. Merrill ought to be a
rnoil in-ill til ll-inMi tin 'Tnlll '
now that lie has uevotcu several months to
the study of Paul. The Apostle never had
anything more refractory to deal with than
the ores of the Senator mine.
Wc understand that J. M. Ilryan claims a
section of the road down the Riir Sand v.
which leads to the McCraekin and Grecn
woihI country, and is exacting a heavy toll
from all who travel that public thorough
fare. What his claim is, or how he derived
it, wc have not Ikjch able to learn.
Major Veil, prior to his starting for the
capital, shipped from his steam flour mill at
East Pluvnix, b0,000!lbs of first quality flour
ami is preparing 40.000 more which will le ;
shipped by Hance and Graham's teams now j
en route from this place to the mill for the '
purpose of loading.
Mr. Brown, who has a ranch on tho Verde
has raised over fifteen tons of Irish jiotatoes
this season some of which weigh as high as
.' pounds ten ounces, these "spuds are worth
10 cents H?r jound and will net the owner
$:j000. lie has also raised this season two
tons of sweet jMitatocs.
We hear it suggested by some of the
heavy property owners that something lie
immediately done to open a direct thorough
fare to the Colorado river via Greenwood.
It is thought a direct route will bring us
within 103 miles of a lauding on the Color
ado. From Major Veil, who came over the new
road from Pha'nix via Black Canyon, we
learn that the jwrtion of the load built by
Yavapai county is quite acceptable, but is
in places washed out and needs a few dol
lars w orth of work expended upon it immedi
ately to save it from further ruin. That
portion built by Maricopa county is repre
sen ted as being in a rough condition and
needs making over.
One of the saddles captured on the horses
which were ow ned by Tuilos, who was re
cently killed by the officers of the law in
prosecuting their duty, was borrowed from
the Rev. Mr. Hedgeeth and ha been claim
ed by that gentleman. One of the revolvers
uketi from the victims belonged Ut Mr.
Christie having been borrowed from Mrs. C.
where Tuilos was working at the time of his
ljtet evening when the wind was howling
through the streets "as if 'twad blnwn its
last," and the world was shrouded in pitchy
darknes, Supervisor Joseph Cook, of Wil
lianisou Valley, with the proud conscious
ness of a man Iki has money stepped
briskly over from the direction of Bathford's
store with the intention of uiying Tom
Whitehead a dollar and a half for grub.
Wlien in front f Joe Crane's he raised
his hand, crooked his indev finger and was
about to tiih the greenbacks out of his vest
tocket when a violent gust of wind struck
dm. hurled the circulating medium to the
clouds and left him for a time, in a statu of
lewildenaent, but he soon recovered and
found that old "Mudge Keewiss,"Iold "Kab
ibanoka" or some other of the Wind God
had roblied him of the sum of $4S.3o. A
lantern was procured and search instituted
but tlie monster only chuckled at their fee
ble efforts at pursuit as he howled and
roared on the adjacent mountains.
This morning eight dollars aud twenty
five cents were picked up in the street but a
twenty aud two tens are still missing. Cook
has becu advised to telegraph to Camp Verde
to have it stopved, should it come careeriug
past that post, and a tliousand other sugges
tions are tteing made, but, thus far. all to no
puqiose. He sas he must have the money,
can't very well do without it, ami thinks
some of ottering $30 reward for the recovery
of the $40.
Otto, Park, it Co. are rnnniug an exten
sive tunnel into the mountain side and ex
I wet to Up the IVrrj lend several hundred
feet below the surface. This lend is si tun to
near the II assay am pa creek about 0 miles
south of Prescott and contains excellent
high grade silver ore.
lienjamin Morgan, Eq., submitted his
argument, in writing, yesterday, to the mili
tary court at Whipjde, iu defense of his
client, CapU Campbell. Lieut. Kingsbury,
who is quite clever, was Judge Advocate of
the court, and may have answered .Mr. Mor
gan, but as to that wo have not been in
formed. So.vr. During the year 1S74, there was
shipjHHl into Arizona from California over
fourteen thousaud lmxes of soap, and it
would be a safe assertion to say that over
twenty thousand boxes will have been
brought in the present season. The ques
tion naturally presents itself then, why
would not a soap manufactury 1k a remu
nerative undertaking iu the Territory ?
Nearly, if uot all, the material necessary
for the manufacture of this much needed
and liiicraiiy used article of commerce can
be fooud here in the Territory, ami thus
the extra cost of transportation "can be saved,
which is in itself no small item.
Wixdy. For three clays aud nights the
wind has been unusually boisterous for this
place, where it is generally calm or fanned
by gentle breezes." Last night the tempest
Iiowled with great violence through the
pines, lashing their tops together and crea
ting a commotion that kept many jveoplc
awake with apprehension, especially those
who live in the edge of the woods on the
wot side of Granite Creek, and within
reach of some of the monan-hs of the forest.
Per orr r.NTii. Dkckmiiei:. Judge Tweed
has concluded to adjourn the District Court
at this place until the 1st Monday in Dec
ember, for several reasons, amoug which are
economy in the way of expenses, aud con
venience of parties who have suits that they
can have ready for trial in December, but
cannot in November. Court will meet on
Monday next and aiXourn until Monday
December 3d li77.
The Peck Mining Company deposited,
yesterday, with the Bank of Arizona, the
pnicceds of two days work of the Aztlau
mill, which was to lars of silver worth
3, 5-18.31. To-morrow Uiey will deliver at
the same place three bars which w ill ag
gregate over four thousand dollars, which is
about $2,000 per day. 'Hah for the Peck !
Judge W. K. lxjvctt, of Hollister who has
leen traveling extensively, during the sum
mer, in the East, arrived in Prescott n few
days siuco and will remain with us until
niYr t hp mvt inn of court for this district.
The Judge was admitted to practice in tlte
Arizona courts, at tne tasi term oi tne dis
trict Court, ami is said to be an excellent
lawyer as he is certainly a gentleman.
Righetti it Co., proprietors of the Hclrezia
Saloon, Restaurant aud Rakery have a new
advertisement in the Mixi:it, notifying the
public of what they have to sell. They in
vite all to "come and see."
Toppy Johnson, from Wickcnburg, M.
D. Langley, from Upper Kirkhmd Valley,
and S. C. Rogers and daughter, from Cliarm-
mgdnie Ranch, are visiting Prescott.
The steamer Gila carried down to Yuma
on the ISth inst, 20,000 pounds of bullion
from McCraekin, which was shipped to San
Sheriff Covarubias, of Santa D.irbara Cal.,
has leen removed from ollicc for appropri
ating the jailer's salary to himself. The easo
. ..... 1 Ml.
Tun "CtTiziix." This paper which has
lecn ruu in the iuterest of thccr, at Tuc
son, has, we loarn, becu sold to au associa
tion at Florence, and will be removed to
that place, whore it will, in the future
that is, so long as it lasts be published.
John Wasson, although probably a fair offi-!
cer of the Government, made a sad mistake I
in lending his jiajwr, which ought to have !
been an advocate ot honesty and lair Meal
ing, to defend those and that w hich wasdisr
honest and rotten to the core. He lent his
japer to defame those who were friends to
the Territory and working with zeal for its
guueral welfare. Its low and false course
has brought malcdiethms down upon it and
the result is that the old fraud has had to
succumb to the Star, which has pursued an
honorable and upright course. We imagine
the Citizen w ill Ikj handled by Mr. J. P.
Clum, and, if o. cannot expect much of a
change in its tone. Should Lconnjd get his
cunning tins iiithon it will end in disgrace
and financial ruin to the association. Pinal
county has resources, and is deserving of a
papcand it is the how of the Minku that
someone will have the mauago;ucnt who
will make the pajwr a lively, readable ad
vocate of the jieople wlmre it Is published,
and the whole Territory.
The Butte Record, published at Chico,
California, in renewing the past twenty
four years of Us existence publishes Its urlg
inal list of subscribers in 1S31I. In tho
Bhi well's Bar list, we find that of A. Skin
kle, father of the two well known printers
Miss Hattie, and her sister Mrs. Belle Shcck-
les. of Prescott, and their brother Al Skin
kle. who has gone to Camp Apache i the
employ of L. B. St James A Co.
A California horse, picked up and taken
East lv a horse trainer named Siilann. is
thought to Ikj the fastest horse in the world.
Muflied, booted and harnessed to a mud
stained, rough-lookiug skeleton wngon, she
went around n half-mile track at Seneca,
New York, in 1 :10, and making the (pntrtor
aroflnd the tors is S3 seconds.
IN Till DISTIMCT OOUUT, TIIIKI) JtTDIOtAIt
DUlrte, THary vt A riant. 07 Vafal.
Luuiiii i. tii.iw fWx mt Ik Tfclrvt Ja.
.UoUIIH.tilM.'uMMlfiirUwONWlj' f Yavapttt, la H
m I. r 1 .j
Vow ik bfhy immot mJ rwjalrwl to TP'J"
nMkw tewwiit KftluM jwthrlli ( ptotaMS.
hi lint ItatrtX I'wtl at tt Tklri JiMkint Uic
brtltaCwiBtrof Yvrl. la tti T'rUwj ..I AHvxm.
atl naiitrr lb roMpUlnt IM with Um rlwlf ! Il
tWt, al 1'mH. ia mmI t'uaatjr ( M' ot bia -i4uiatnoemraaith
.mawuw). within Iwmtjr Uy
!-ickiivf UMday if nrvW)lt Um Mrvbw u
yvHir tail (Mismuat. If tri la Ufc t'iaty . b"' "
tx out of ibf ( ooety aa4 wl'hla laU DMrirl.
Haiti thirty Amy : la all olWmMM fatly y.
AihI j.m aire kwfc Motlfed Owl U j am tail W r M
aair- r tan eaiUiBt a ab.. rttl 5lal(ff IU
hf arbu,t nlaM yvm aa4 upply to ta
wurt W tlx rolMmMKM la hrt .aki oaaipaaiai a ad
ut aa.1 dlilMirmat In tUSa twhatf rifadMt
Rltrtiwlwa; 4 U miM Oh aU IlolrWt
Conn, at 1'rvMitft, lal tk 4r arar. A. li. leTT
M.. .SI WILLIAM WILKERSO.N ftak.
A. 1". roasts. Altonatjr tor pfaOMiC t M
IS THK Jl'STICKS OOtrRT OK I'KKSCOTT 1KIS
ataot. Caty t Yatafal. Trritory X Ariaa hSm
C V Cmtf, JtW Oi I'waea. Cha'l W. IImmM.
jduiabir. m. Ib ltal awl KUrvr Mlalnc Oaapaay,
a oarpnmtliMi nniaii4 aader la law wf Um Ataia af
Caliawabi aa4 Jk-iag buaiara ia Yavapai cuaaly, Ari
AeiitM brmicM la tao JiaUto enwrt of Plvatvtt
laet. la naU tut lb Caoaty at Yarafai, Tftttry at Ar
r TtrHtmy ArUama tmU pmtimg fa tk JUmmt
GaU aW Stlrtr .Viaia Caataaiay. a cm-fratin ur
fnit ututrr U Urt (A Stmt fulfrmia mmd
4tnf WtutfM ia I'tNan CteWMfy. Arttomm TnriUny.
Vom ar if !) MUnHnBe4 to arpaar Wfura aw at imy
r In tb Uirra ot tnMt, IVrirt " f wapoK la
the Cuaatvuf Yarafl, TrrrlKry ul Arla, aa tW
3(h Jay at Ocbr. A. I. Is77. ml 10 Vl-k A. to
awmrr tlx -utaptailo taa abava aaair.1 HaiataT. far
ttntnrtwuluuMlFMtaalllt!rty IhrM 4i.l!v dao tor
aitvrttMar doiw at roar fcU! :rfao aa4 Hqt. or
la rffcalt lb?, jodirawat will ho talva iwjratoal
fur k- Mid ata, U.cbr witii eut aa4 UtWMf la
vou fall afiwar anJ aar. To ! Miri r aay
0BlaWariJiai4ea)Mtr. (rtHiaa;. Maka htgd Mr
Th Had da rata Utaract
(1ia adr My WaaJ a tlat Mtk day ot Jly, Ip77.
C. I. CATK,
J.ttr of tka INntea tor a!4 fjaell.
i':ioat(, JIy S7 lrt7. I w
i.v Tint juamcKi" court or uackubrry
rrralaat. Oaaatv at MaHnre. Territory of ArtHHat, W
ion J. K. Slorea. JiaXiea at taa
Ma. C 1UKCK. Italattir.
John it. WALLira, IHfnMtoaf.
T Ttrritory ArittUi M4i grttti0 la Joa it. Hl-
Yoo. ate karatiy 9oawniwd to apraar befi ra ma at ajy
utter la Ika U a of llaakberrj. la U Cooatr al Mo
bav Bad Twltory of Arinaia va ha ISOi day of Xorvat
Ur A. 11. l"T7, at I &ekk V M.. to aaaarer to taa cwa
plaiatof OMinbHa aaoMal 'ial stiff who ua ! racovrr
ttir a of two bnadrvd and fcrty dollar prinotpal awary
jdd yon oa dolt tnathM with ton per oaat rr aa
aim latrwt tbarroa from UirTUi day f Aaaml, ItC6.
Iaden!t of which jodpaat will b takra aniart ya ia
the abovo aatnad turn tctbr with ut aad aaajtajr.
Tu tha aarilT or say rtaitkb uf Uubatr roaaty, Ari
Tanitor)'. note 'al ri lea and dna rvtora.
Oiraa nadr my baait !ila lltb day ot Aagast A.
,'L.S.f J. U. STKVKXS. i. 1.
It atifMariac tnm tbe 8br!rT ecrtUkala 'hat ra'abnT
nam ail dafeajdaet U a-l ia the aoaaty of Mokaia aad taat
hi plaer of abode It ualaown. II l brraby erdcrad
that Iral ircr of Utl taaneoat bo atada by aaMica
tioa la ta Wkkklv AKtrox.i .Mutca. Witaaa my
auml tW II tk day at AHfroat, IrTT.
J. K. STUVIB-B, J. I.
IX THE DISTUICT COURT THIRD JUDICIAL
Dktrtet, TarrUory of AriJonu. Couaty of Yavarad.
M. ltACTA i Jo-r. ll.ux A fatrtacn la baiaaai aadar ta
Arm DBaw of M. Baaea .V ('.
YroKMo a Agi'hmir .vxdCumia Ani asia. hl wife.
Aetioa broazbt la tha Utolrlet Uoatt uf tba Third Jo
diehtt DUtriet, ia aad fur Uw Cooaty ei Yararaii. ia tka
Trrlter- of Ariauoa.
y Trm ;ery of Arittmn mdt antlimg to Vftntm C.
Jyarrtc ami (taria Agurrit, kit ',
Yon ar a hereby ommooad nad muirod to appear ia
aa aetioa brought aaioM yua by tho boT-aned plala
till, ia the DUtriet Cottrt of th Third Jadii ial I)i.trict
ia aad for U Couoty of Ynrapai. ia tba Tnritary of Ar
Mon.aad amsrer tha complaint fl'.ad with Um Cferk of
thl Omwt. at l'raMtt ia Mid Couaty, vtitbJa taraaty
da) exclu.it r ot tba dity of Mrrica) aflar tba acrrico
npoe ) ii of (hi ouuH iij. if aarvrd ia thi County ; bat
if rrvd oat of tha emuty. and a i thin tbi diairh-t, taca
withla thirty Ay : in all other caw forty day.
And yoa ar brxby aotifted that If jroo tail la appaar
aad Ha'tTortac oomplaiDt a a bora mairrd. taa alaia.iff
will takajadfmrut br default acaiot y-u f-f tba sum of
vight hnadrrd aad ititraty dollar, with Ibtaroi at tha
ratp "f tea per ceat fr naoomJfrxa.Oia SKlrJ day of !
vubrr. excert oo buudred dollalc aid Octiiber
2Sth, l!n6, aad ooW aad dUburarmebU in this behalf ax
Oieaa oailrr my haad and tbe Sal of the laid dis
trict Court, at l'rewort thi 'th dav of Kar4 mber 1STT.
IL.S.) WILLIAM WILKKKSO.K, Ctork.
Hy John Lui i. Deputy.
Jona IIOWARU. Attorney fur llahitiml.
l'rroa, fpraibr 11th. 177. d60
IX T11U niSTRlOT COURT. TUIXn Jt'DICIAL
Jjltlriet, Tarritory of Ari aona. CoaalT of Yavapai
Auixkt O. Korea
THK ri.VjttROUJ AMI SlLVKK MOII.VU CourAXV.
Aattoa Una?bt ia She Dittrirt Cnwt f lb Tklrtl Jn
lilciu) Di'Uiei. ia and tor tke County of Yaropal, ia the
Territory of Ariaoaa.
Ike Territory of Aritoma jeaaTt grtttimg la far i'inol
tU ami Stlrrr Mining Company.
Yon are hereby numawned aad rnlrad (o appear in
aa action broiiKht acalnt yon by the afe-ife-named plain
tiff, ia tbe Dietriet Court f tbe Third Ju.li.-Jkl 1) jtlet,
in aad fr tho County of Yavapai. In the Tetritory of Ar
liona, and answer the rompiaint Sled with the C let k uf
tbl Court, ul IVe.rott. in sdd County (u copy of Mbieli
oomplaiat acootnpaclej thit raraon). within twenty
iloyt fejcluir wf the day of ;erTioe) atter the ferries
Hua jou of tbi iDBBiiai, if .erva.1 in thi. Count r ; bat
If !crrel out of the County, and within tkla District,
then within thirty day ; in all otbor r.t- forty daye.
A nd yon are hereby ntided that if yon fail to api ear and
aawer the rompiaint n above repaired, the plalntiflr will
take u Itrmvkt by defanlt acainat fan far the am of f.mr
liumireI.Hml Sfty-ix dollar (44.6) ami eU and dis
btumnti In thi behalf nxpendeil.
(tiveu nieler my hand nad the Keal of tha said Dklriei
Court, at l'rescoit, tbl lt dy of Auwt. A. I). IS.
L. S.J WILLIAM WILKE1WOX. CIrk.
Hy JollX I.UHi. Deputy.
lloWASH AMI MAsTEBsON, AttoroeVi for l'lff.
IX THK DISTUICT COlMtT. THIRD JUDICIAL
DUtriet, Territory of Arizona. County of Yavapai.
Jl. UACC t ami JffcK ll.trcA pnrtnr In boaiae.i under
the firm oaiao of M. llarca A" Co.
Ypoitnio C. AovnaiK and CLOIKV AuVMRIK. his wife.
Action brought In tlm District Court of the Third Ju
dicial I)itriot, In awl fur tbe County of Yurapu!, in the
Territory of Arisomv.
Tht TtrriUtrgif Arisana ttmli grating tn Vparrio C.
A'jurrie and Ctaint Ayrrit, hit xtife.
You are hereby summoned ami required to appear In
nn ai'tion Wouirht uirainKt you by the alxive iiaHied plaln-
titTs. in the District Court of the Third Judicial DUtriet,
in ond for the County of Yavaiwi. in the Territory of Ar-
iionn. and answer toe complaint Iliad wltti tbe tiler k of
this Court at I'rescntt, in said Court, within twenty days
(exclusive of theilay of tmtoe) afer the .ervtoa opon
you of tbli putmnooi, if ervesl In this oonntr; but If
served out of the County, ami within this ilUlriot, tbvn
. 1. 1 - . . .1 ,i nit ... . . f .. ...
yiu are hereby notified that If you tall In aplear
and .iD.iver the complaint as abote rtilr(s!, the plain
tiffs will take judgment by dofuult niraiiMt you for the
.in. ..r r..-., i,,in.i..i un.1 en.-. c vi .i..n,... 1. .
inn of Cvolmn.lr.-l awl fiftv tSA30 dollars, nml Interv.t
from the Slrd day of Ilinlsrr. If?.'., and cots ami .lis-
brsemnts In this belwlf o rewled.
(ii vea under my hand ami the 8estl of lis ald District I
Ourt, at I'reseott. this sth day of bietnber, A. 1
WILLIAM WILKERiOX, Clerk.
Jly JOHX I.LOYli. Ileptity.
John Hoh akk, Attomev for Pli.iBtiiTi.
Prescott, .Scpteraber 11. 1P77, d
.Notice of Assessment.
TIl'-TOrSILVKIt M INIXG COMPANY-
au assessment of thirty "I."0) cents ik.t fliaro
1 1 !.!
.is luviuu ujmjii mi- L.ijuiai sioi'i; pi inoiior
w. t i r... mi ,'uliln I . . iti 1 i. . t . .1 i . .1... ... .
f fi r-v. fit
upon which this assessment shall remain
unpaid on S.vrrunAY tlio Tliinl day of No
vember, 1S77, will bo delinquent and adver
tised for salo at nnldic auction and, unlcs
payment is mado before, will bo sold on
.S.Yipuuv, thu lt day of Pccumbcr, 1S77, to
pay tho doliiHiupnt assesnment together with
Costa of advertisement and expenses of salo.
I). F. VKitDKXAi,, Secretary.
Ofllce 1W) California .street .sun Framsisco.
J'raseott, tutoliar 8, 1877. wit
All rrrxi Sraorlne tliewelvs bxlobted to L.
llafhrurd &. Co . kjr book aresmi. wis or vtbenrfsc,; arc
roquestssi u call and wale luttstf.Hateljr.
i- BAtsajTuao 4 co.
Not ice to Tux Pa yew.
Xel.l.cr.l,y rvra fSUs5Tfi
Ooonly a.l uln- the Tax rll 7' In my
Mdd aiunty. for the yer 77. '"i ll(eln
haiHl fHrelWctl.m. ami that tb
are now due l ,yaM. to e jtm ' B L u,m-
II t ,M .... or taxe tke TI , ,
bar. nnxt. tkey will W ra4ariJ deJhapiaat
pwat will be W";,;"jr,m)WBKS. Tax-OaMraiv
Ifaeaait, A. T. Sejd. .
To J. J. Jab.. -"wnr " 'uW
e,Uim .lata? toc-tto- w ' V "
tbe MlBtod.trto. a L"'! of aa
nXiHorv of AriMM. nad iaaaled oa tbo II J""
Y-J arereby ..I0M laal M i'TTt' C
ia alaetyday. fHrta Ibe data h erevf 1, "t 'LLlr
all ol yo-r ,itrttoa at t'T'".?. T,.ETuA
tor the e.r leh rtl4 by few ,k "T;
elutm atateiura at your iate.e-1
,mcord.aK to lb. miafaff tow. rf rb. -l.trtol aad ibaJn
la? lawa ww la force. '
rrnavtt. Anaoao. 8eMeaibet M. UTL
To Cbarle. K.ye. II. 1'HtlWe. L. WfW wl Jl
DrTw. owner. In the Tacurt tod-. Iln-aba JltetoK
DWrtot. Yavapai Oaaalir. Anaoa TerHtory.
Y. ar. hereby nollfiea that If roa da
wHhlaHlaetydy.fr-.ltoda.f lhl aoTtoe aad nay
WFrHaebolU aadJobaM. Darwla. yr lTi
af UN. a a. U ra,Ued by tow, ''JT
w IU clm a forfellBre of yvur iatorv.t to anal artaw ar aw.
acaordto to the mtolap ta. af SCHULTX.
JOHN M. DKHW1X.
lie.eott. Abj-b.1 6 IfTf.
To Cbie K.ye.. II. IVtub-ae. L. Slvver aad Jat
Draw, owier la the Ta-waada talae. ll-jmbuf Mtato(r
Diatrlet. Yavapai Coaly, Artroaa Territory.
Yoa ar beraby not.dedtfcat if joodoaotappaar wiVkla
alaety day. Inn Ibo dnto of ik not tor and pay to .
Schaili aad J-ha M. D-rwiB. yoor proraatoa of a
....maat. a. It reaailed by law, tU a4aerW wlU
elam a torfaitore ml yaut latere. I la V1 adaaar tode. at-e-rdl.K
to tba mM tow. of LT2.
JOHX 3i. 1I'.RV. IX.
rreteott, Aacntl. 1eT7. ao
U. S. Iu.no Oiiua, JacoTT, A. T.
Aaca.t 9UUi, UfT7.
7b faa Attmmtie mt facaV A". K. fX amd Lulktr
mat ami Jamtt S. Tkamai. OratHmf :
Tdtoe Is hereby rfvea that by OnHwlMtoacr' Irtler,
i bearias date ef Jaly l?lb. Is77.
Tbe ealry of tleswee X llrower earwtoe !) I af b W i
afSeaST. aad It 1 of X W i af 8ec 51 Twn.blp II X,
It I K. W b-W for approval. Miaiect tn aa appeal H taken
wltbla0da)i ftsmi tba date hereof Tbe eahi traat i
wllhialbe limits of tbe wHadraaml for tba Allaafe aad
IaWac IL K. Co . The riht of tbe 1L It aTUebed rfy
deaito location March ISth, 1;73.
lty proof tutowrrted It to stoini that LaMaer IUNU aad
James X. Tbuaw. both ifaaiiflad iwo omraaf., were la-siding-
afmtt portions of tbe above described tratt at the
lim. tba rich! of the Cosopany alteebed.
W ILUAM X. KEU.T. lCaktar.
A or. 3Ut. day.
IX THK DISTRICT COfltT, THIRD JUDICIAL
DMrkt, Territory af Ariaoaa, Caaaty af Yavapai.
WHOX a COLLKK,
Acttoa bmi?at la hc IMttrtot Out af Mte IMal Ja
dietai Dbtrtot ia aad tor tbe Caamty af Yavapai, la tba
Tatrltary ef Ariaaaa.
Tkr Ikrrtlary a .(riMM arastr areaWay to H'Oeaa C
Yoa are hereby tamataeesl ami rMirel ' appear la
aa aattoa btoMKbt araiait yat by Ike above-named pteto
drT ia tbe District Coart of the Thirtl JatUHat Dl.tltot
ia aad tor tba Couaty of Yasapai ia the Territory oi
ArUuaa. aad answer the complaint tiled with the Clerk
of tbb Coart. at Proeott, la wtd CooBty l oupy of
wbick complaint acaowipaale. this Funatw), within
twenty day. (exeJaalveof tbe day of ervtoej after the
servtoa apoa )tm of thi. samrnoe.. If Mrved tn this
Cooaty ; bat if served oat of tbe county. Bad wkMa tbi
Dietriet, laea witbia thirty days ia all other ux farty
Aad yoa are hereby notified that if yoa fail to appear
aad answer the eomplarat as above required, the plaialiff
ill take jttdrtttaat by defealt against you fr the mm of
aae haadred dolhtrt ami tatere: at two per cent per
month from Xeventher 1st, l?Ti. and tor three baaslrad
aad loarteea awl 70-160 dsdlurs with ialsrett at twa per
seat fr maath from Mareh SSh, If 7. and eosls nad
(Usbonemeat la this babalf eveadpd.
Olren aador tay haad aail the .Seal af the sabl ll
tstot Ooart, at 1'r-sanU. this 1 1th day of OatoW, bj77.
(I S ) WILLIAM W1LKKKS0X, Clerk.
JOHN Hi-wtau. Attorney for 1 'tola til.'.
TERRITORY Or AUIStOXA, I
Coi-im or Y.WAri. y
U I avuiuarox it CO..
C A. I.l'KR.
lty virtue of an execatina lssne.1 t af the District
Court of tbo ThiM Jatrartal District in aad tor the Caaaty
af Yavapai. Territory of Ariaaaa, duly attested a tae
!fcth day of July, 177, awl W me directed by which I am
aamuwtadail to make oat ol tbe persoanl prnjrty af said
dahmdaat. aad If suflkient per foo.il party euneul be
toaml thca vt of Us teal property the sam at five
tbettsHBd awl eisbtr richt TJ-HK) dollars fJS.06fl.7S)
ia cald eoia of the I'nittd Stats. iudmeet awl dstunres
an.onhtiDK to one huwlred awl forty (even and HO-IOO
(i'in.HI andcoMs taxcl amountiair to ftfteen uadTMOi
dollars torelher with acefneiac costs.
1 have levied um awl taken all the right, title and ia
tere.t which the said defendant had on the 13th day d
Jaly. lt77, of In awl to the fol lowing described property,
to wit :
One tea stamp nuarti mill comlet, sitiutMl ia Yava
pai cwtny. A I'., oomtnooly known as Luke's mill, eua
.l.tintr of lejililioi-s and tnsrhloery, saoii lis a boiler awl
eopne. ten Mamp battery, jmn?. srttlert, water tank,
etc., cte. ; one retort furnace and bulldinir eactosinjr the
araa, tocetbrr with all the right, tit e and Interest ot the
said defendant of In awt to the mill site, or lands on wbleu
said machinery Is erected or '.n anv wise npjwirulnlnif
thereto. Alo lots Xnf. sixteen (1). eighteen (Ir1). and
twenty (30). ia Ihwk Xo four (4) and Improvement, there
on . also Wt number three fj) In block number thlrieea
(13) awl improvements thereon : also lets Xos. sixteen (16)
and seventeen (17) In block nramber thirteen (13) Uwl
improveraeatt thrreoa ; nil of aid kits awt .Improve.
10 "Wis are situated in the town of I'reseott, Arizona Ter
ritory. Xotiee U hereby jrlvea that on
Saturday, the 15th Day of September
Iletween the hoarsef 9 o'clock A. M., and 3 o'eieok
at tbe Couit Mouse door in the towu if I'reseott,
I will sell the above described property at public auetton
to Uie hlebest bid.ler or m uwoli thereof for cash as may
1 v MS. rinwuvs OH nil OVSIS,
KI). I'. llOWIIKS, Sherllt
August SI, 1677. wtl
I'rrseott, A. TV
The nltove sale Is hweby p'peGMl to Sulnnlar tko
13lh Uay or Octulr, J677, nt tbo sainn Ktstir nod ih(i.
Kti. i IIOWEHS, ShwHT.
The abave st U bereliy further potoned till Satnr
day, NovemW3rd. ut the Min tlm ntMlphje-, bvMre
tloti of j.ltilDtllV ftttumey. KI). p: MOWERS, ShrrW"
lresrolt, Artiona, OetolwrlS, 1377. '
Application Tor a Patent.
To nit; Sik-omi North E.t.vsio.n ox run Oner
Eagle ilixc. So. 07.
L'. S. L.V.SD OrncE, Pkkscott, a. t (
SepL Slit, 1677. j
Xotlce Is h rl.y ciren tbnt J. X. Rcleeburjr Jc Co by
their duly HUthoriied Kent. Jul. X. lUnlenburir. wWc
tt ofllcc nddresa Is Piescutt, A. T.. bat this dav fllwl
his nrimontlon tor a rUPM tor ono thousand (l 000)
Kuear fwt l th .Srcofxl XoMh EJctentlon on the Orcy
EairIMlnnr vriti brstrinn: cold, with nurW prwmd
tivo hundre.l (900; feet in width, situate, lylnand tlnc
In the Tlifer MUIbr Di.triet. County of Yarapal. an3
Territory of Arizona, and known.and desljrnaied by the
field mte$ and oaelal plat on fde In thl oHIoj a Lot
Number futty seTen (V) in unsurveyed lands.
The exterior boundaries ot said Lot Xo. 47 belnir ns
follow, to-wit Variatkn H 05' east, eommenc, "
renter of ledge on south boundary ot claim, iheoceS TfiO
U. vAaac & Iwandarv .if nlnlm inn r.. ... t, t. .
I f.. l8im at,. ,nn"m,'',t '"om which a Re.1 Oak
; 'rSS'n "''''"a'"! -md marke.1 "O. E." Wan X 4tP
J7 ij' ,nnt 3' t, n "A hite Oak Tree li? Ins. dia.. biased
P.ne Tree 30 Ins. dia. blnwd and marked O , K ' bear
S. li 17- W dlst. 30 ft: thonoe N3I27' EaloDjr EKiundtirv
of clulm 1000 feet to X K f 7 .5, -tH1Un,lttry
of Al. 1000 feet to X K rctSSt
Xo. 2. from whleU loulderon S E slope of ML AVaMon
v V... , A '. c "" JJ'Oi1 W distant lf.
a ot.tr X boundary ol claim SW) feet to X W corner of
. . . wwmii ui inonnment .No. 2. liears Vnn
I'E. dlst.etin; thence SSP 37' W. .ll w i l i
i.t... r . "J
- 5" "h h-iwj;
This olaim Is Umn.to.l v. ..i. v ..
any portion of
Kfltrln liilnn ii.
.tired to ftuTi,:r;v..t;" " :,. "vr. ",i, aw tv
l r.edS,aU, UndOma SK'.KS
ft "or ful'&A ,,U!J A" " ruhl!ca,io0n
WUUAM X, KELLr. KegUter.
LAIIGE, A'EW, COillPJL,ET13
WAGON AMD BLACKSMITH SHOPS,
Gurley Street, Fronting on Granite,
FWKlVa! Vru., and r,
reblW VRED Q. BBECUT
L. BASHFORD & CO,
Wholesale aud Retail Dealorsin
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE,
stoves e3 O7lxt.wjax-o.
DBYGOODS, CLOTHING, CENT'S JWISIIKG
GOODS, UNDERWEAR, BLANKETS,
Hats and Caps, Boots
Tobacco mid Clgnrs, Wagon TiniDer and Material,
Blacksmith & Miner's Tools.
WOODEN AND WILLOW WARE,
PAINTS, OILS AHD TUEPENTINE,
Glass, Stone and Chinaware, Fiiinikre,
SADDLES AND SADDLERY HARNESS. ANJ) SOLE
(l m it, w
LL, n li
FLOUR AND GRAIN.
lBaSOint StOHC IS C0ilILBTE IN ALL1T8 DBPAIlTilE-VTS, AKD Oil
GOODS WILL BE SOU)
JT PRICES TO STXIT THE TIMES.
SgrWe Vny the llhl Irat Price
rnsuli, Aitmoa, SffptamiwrT, 1S77.
J. GOLD WATER & BRO.,
Cor. of Cortes nml Goodwin Sts.
Have just received the Best Scfcctod, Fmcat and most Coiuiilete Stock of
Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Slippers,
EE jA. T S A2ST 2D O A. PS,
X3R,1T GOODS XKESS GOODS,
YANKEE NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS.
! Particular attention is sked to urtiulee in
io ot the very befit qunfitiog,
. Table Covers,
.Uibbons, roivets, Jou. Ivid Gloves, Lawns, Alpjoi
Grenadines, Pbwls, Jlohairs, Silk Stripe Lustw,
Cachemircs, Percales, Merincs, Delaines, Tarlctanes
ictoria Ijnis, Pdplins, .Inconets. Nainsooks, 3IubliiLS
Towels, Linens, Sheotiugg, Eta, Of every description.
Our Stock of Qiothin, Underwear, Hoisery,
BOOTS AXD SHOES.
HATS AND GAPS, AND OTHER ARTICLES FOR GENTLEMEN'S VSR
Is the most complete aad beat selected ever received iu tbo Village of Prescott, and
at Pnees to Suit the Time?. In addition to the articles here enumerated, e
keep a complete stock of all other articles usually sold in a country store.
l irst Q'.miiiy
The AttenUon of Epicure is called to a fresh supply or
Cheese, Caviar, Dutch Herring Olircs. Sea Moss Fnriim,
MAPLIS AXD HOCK CXSDY SYItUP,
BROLIA, ISINGLASS SHELLED AND SITTER ALHOItDS, BONELESS COBUSH,
Citron acd Ltmon Pool, ChiUaea, irushrooms, Salmon Bellies and 3Iackcrei
Vr- f1 1 ll tl -1 -1 . .
- -- WULTj
THOS. J. MORGAN.
WATCIQIAIlERS Am MAUFACTUrtEw JEmBBi
A n e T-1 --w- 3
Diamonds, . Watches, Clods,
S3 S HO JE1 "ST ,
C0UTE2 ST11EET, SOUTHEAST COHXEIl OF PLAZA, j
feciiciiil BlackaaiUiinss, Horscsliooing, Oxslioolna
EXECUTED IX A AVORKMA N LIKE MARKER AND AT SHOUT .NOTICE.
att"nMo he Iw a PATJWT TTOB SIIRI.NKER.
""rgc, ib merit a share of public patronage.
Sr!l!!rfttenti0n SiVGn t0 tlle Proper Treatment of Horses' reets
rnau?mlTtl! r ,CMUr iU horse . lost, and for nto tt
and Shoes, Carpets, Groceries,
u m w
m 'fe i j 9
he Qmatry ProdwoejEI
the following lwt, which buyer will find tJ
Istoet styled and lowest price :
Volvat Ckmlw, Ladios Hats and Flats,
Ltiwi Suits, Linen "Wrappers,
?pDaces, Silks, Embroidery Silk?,
Worstcdi!, Fans, Patterns, Tidies,
Buttons, Corsets, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Iseuk-tics, Hoiscry, A ciling, Sbawb,
Osohemerc Wrupners, Curtains, Qmlo,
and Bat Brands
PE3SEC "B-V-E-R-S- TJ
T. Ci. nouGHElTV'
One Door i'a-5
Of the Post officf.
Jewelry and Silverware.
r- - J
Prompt mid Careful Attention..