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FRIDAY, !U.V U, 1S77.
Ofticlal l'npor of Yavnivii County.
C. TT. Crane, 1'X Mvntp'mrr r-.f, San iVw -,.,
trf Agtntfvr the Arizona Minkr tn Mar oty. Jit u
utAertx! to ruUe.1 k.ki rfnf Ail MteMttAmrnt,
lole enters fr ai.- w Ny ku aMenJ to nv otter
rux."rt Jw4rMy ttftH ktn the rtprtstntdlire of
uvri:sx mum tucsojt.
u:tti:k vkom t. ... jutti.ek.
Wc have receive! a telegram from Mr.
B. Goodrich who has boon retained, by the
Frescott people, to bring an action before
Judge French, of Tucson, asking the in
junction, restraining the Secretary from
movingthe Capital, to be dissolved, in which
lie says that he has done all that is necessary
in the premises and that Judge French has
selected the 16th of this month as the day
for hearing the motion to dissolve the in
junction. He adds you may be assured that
it will terminate satisfactorily.
JUClt SIl.VUK MIXES.
Tip Tor. Again and again
favored with good ncw from the
lnincs surroundiii" us. In some
almost pure j-ilver has been found, and
rock worth thousands of dollars per ton is
lein!r taken out of the numerous mines,
which, for, want of machinery, with which
to work it, is piled upon the dumps, at the
ditrercnt mines, there to await the arrival of
machinery for its reduction. But when
such ore i extracted a that recently taken
from the Tin Top, it causes more than gen
eral remark and wonder. .Mr. I). t ihorne
fif the Cabinet, one of the lucky owners in
the above mine, was jhe recipient, yester
day, of a sample of rich ore from that
mine, which shows tlakcs of pure horn sil
ver as large, as a man"-; baud and worth
probably $20,000 per ton. The Tip Top has
been improving in quality aud quantity
5ince work was first commenced on it. ami
the same can Iks said of all the mines in
llumbui; district. The happy owners of
this mine will hardlv need machinery for
the workinir of its ores should it eotitinnr
to improve, as work progresses, for the
simple reason thev wili Ik taking out ore
almost as pure a the metallic substance
Zauiu. This mine which was recently
discovered, six miles east of Prescott. near
Lynx Creek by Messrs. Xoyoi, Kelly and
Day, is the general topic of conversation
amongst mining men and citizen generally.
The work thus far cannot be considered as
anything worthy of note. On the surface,
before any work ,v done. Mr. Kelly the
assayer am! one of the owner- made a test
of the ore and found it contained -VM.-? to
tho ton and after -inking a -haft :?
found their K'st ore ' worth 0.000. The State
Oakland, Cat.., May 4, 1S77.
Editok Minkr: I arrived here on Mon
day by rail from Pilot Knob nine or ten
miles from Yuma. Xothing remarkable
occurred by the way that could interest tho
rcauers ot tho Minku. At Los Angeles I
overtook a party that had been to Yuma, on
a tour of insoeet
Congressmen Page and Pachcco, ami II. J.
MeKusick, superintendent of railway ser
vice on this place. I made it my business
to tell them all I knew about our want of
mail facilities, in which Page aud MeKu
sick seemed to take an onecial interest.
Pago assured me that in every case where
increased mail service was asked for the
frontier, he had. and always would, do all
he could to favor it, that his own frontier
residence for so many years had taught him,
that as a general rule, new countries did not
get their share of the postal serv ice, etc.
He also assured me that Gov. McCormick
is doing and can do more for Arizona than
all the rest of the Representatives, in Con
gress or out, and that his influence should
be sought, in order to be successful.
M r. MeKusick intends to visit Prescott
during the present summer, to inform him
self more iully; and as 1 shall probably re
turn in Jul', lie has expressed a desire to
accompany me. in order to have some one
with him who has a knowledge of the
country. I have been particular to point
out to the gentlemen the great want of mail
service in Mohave county, and the fact that
a daily mail from the railroad to Prescott is
particularly needed, if for no other reason,
because of the great weight of the mails
that accumulate and detain the stages. Mr.
McCusick appeared to be favorably im
pressed with the idea of a through daily
line from Dos Palms to Sata Fe, via Ehren
berg. Prescott, Albuquerque, etc.
The papers ami telegraph will have told
you all alKiut the depression in business
here. It is really the bluest time San Fran
cisco has ever seen. I have been orcr to the
City three times, and was glad to get away.
It really almost makes me sick to see so
many gloomy countenances; men who con
sidered themselves rich when I arrived here,
four days ago, are paupers to-day. in con
sequence of the decline in stocks. Old
familiar faces that one has been accustomed
to meet on California street for years, and
who always had a cheerful woid of greeting,
now pass without even looking up; aud i
have noticed that many of them are mum
bling over something to t hem-el ves, or
counting their lose- on their fingers, per
feetly oblivious to the fact that there i. any
body present but themelves. 1 saw
Peck yestcrdav, and he i- in doubt about
the sale of their mine, and seems to be per
fectly indifferent a to whether they raise
the money or not.
I went to Queen's circus la-t night, saw
the two-horned rhinocero-. tc. This i- the
only how 1 have attended. I might fill
your column- with matters v. lik-h vour read
er- will learn through the
for their sake, 1 forlwnr.
jeported back on the reservation, and conse
quently beyond mv reach, and the troops
marched back again to their stations.
It was then decided to move the Chirica-
KKSKKVATXONS HKOKKX VV.
The coolness with which tho Citizen tries
bolster up Governor Niltorus iiiuian
in tins re-
how he lias
lirnVmi tin tho "Warm borings rcserrn
to San Carlos, and tho troops had to do VQ;CY is really refreshing. The
t of the work. Tlie most ot them avciH I ,,. . r . . imrticnlarlv so i
thout any trouble. A Portion of hen, ; ' '
UAvav, ami l uciium'u uin mm uum w - .
arm Snrimrs reservation, in Xcw Max- tlie .nineanuu iwimww., .
mil the troons wcro kent scouting, but for i Mo!po. thu Indians of tho two
six months failed to find any Indians. Fi- j ntsCrvatioiis making up the present number
uallv, in January, Lieut. Huckcr struck a i0ionging to the San Cartes reservation;
camp in New Mexico. I then came back to Uami r this thorough work, tlie primary
mv original idea, that the renegades had mi most 0f the subsetpicnt credit is due to
taken refuge at the Warm Springs. The j Gov i P. K. Sallbnl and Agent John P.
measures 1 set on toot soon tounci uus io ie pi,,,,.
. . . , j if..
Suppose this to lie so, wnai oi n
fail to see any gixxl in that if flic Indians
are not controlled on the reservations. The
breaking up of the Cliiricahua reservation
did not stop depredations. On tho contrary,
the Governor has lcen directly charged ami
the case. The Agents should have known j
this all the tune, anil I believe tney uiu. 1
had to find it out the best way 1 could. I
am now satisfied there arc no Indians in
that country that do not, when they find it J
convenient "make their homes on the rescr-'
vations. i U nmv.Mi on him that he greatly e.-
Xow, ladies and gentlemen, 1 have had a I am,cnted the depredations, and he certainly
military education ami, as i nave toiu you, . i,as i)e0 the most active in snowing mm
somo exiKsrience, but I know nothing in mil-! tw breaking up of the Chiricahua rescn'a
itary service, or the art of war, that would i (jon nlther increase! the depredations m
have enabled me to foresee and be prepared jjie Southern portion of the Territory than
for a band of Indians that left the Warm aiminished them, then where is the benefit i
Spring reservation, in another department j j)ocs ;t ntm follow, that because the Warm
and auothcr Territory, aud that made their ! s.,r;ngs reservation is broken up, that deprc
first strike in the Sonoita valley, four hun- j jjuions are going to cease If they do. we
dred miles from their base and a hundred s,.,n acknowledge that sonic good has been
miles trom tiny military post. 1 tlon t .lone but not before. It does not make any
lieve that a court ot
any people on eaith
ring in Tucson, would, for one moment, hold
me respoiiMblc for the raid la-t February.
Hut, enough of this. Your presence here
MAV flUKEN JN T1IH VAIXKY.
KntTOn Minku: On the first day of May
Mrs. ltubottom closscd hor school at L ppor
Yerdc. This was the first school taught here,
and was well conducted. On Many-day an
examination and festival were held in
the school-house, which had been tastefully
ananged with evergreen- and flowers, inter
spersed with school mottoes, and the won
'Welcome" in large letters ot
their midHt. The prognunme tor the daj wa
a follows: Forenoon examination ot all
the classes Afternoon-recitations, songs
ami speeches, and closing by crowing the
Queen, with two songs before and one after
coronation. In this school there were 2
pupils enrolled. Stkm-a.
Yerde Yalley, May , 14-
We. through the advice of prominent t it-zciis-,
engaged the services of a competent
lawver. in Tucson, to attend to the interests
of this people, respect to raising the
: :..,. in fiin-p. restraining the
Votary from removing the Capital to I'reseott.
A motion was accordingly made, by the at
torney, before Judge French, yesterday, and
he has set Wodnesdav. tho lGth, as tho day
upon whkh to render his deei-ion. Our cit
izeiis may bo somewhat surprised when we
tell them that certain parties here in Pros
Ium'ii trviiiL to thwart our proceed
uni iimw -
mil c-ause a ucin
IiilerosiM oi r.it'
ri itnians are ven-active on tho Dan
lih0lWei?ite.I tliey will attempt to
b0 Is T. A--i..f,.i mnl Widen. Cannon
adlnVh- S Se 'n kp briskly letween these
no A amK ImVraeVH, eiiMoni house and
iwinis,nni , v,, destnvMl and
widen !h on re Sore has ln lively -no
a. ng also between tho Itulan batterlc.
Jm Si" Turkish gnnboxUs, at Ibrtl.
THE PARK BREWERY
AXI TELEUKAPH SALOON.
LEVIN & DRAUN. : PROPRIETORS,
MAIN STUKfrr, TfCSON, Atm.O.VA.
rBOrfiMiI..li-. Ifwrfi Urr.
nl Cigt. HnJinr ,toem a'"iOw-
Livory Stable and Feed Corral,
11,r lieu of TrfA ml AoeowimiJutteM for tho trtt
lojr j'ul'H. .
It noes not uiaivc him . ... ... ,- .., ,Mtie a c ay which '
f inquiry, composed of ,MlrtJcular dilTeronce what iJeseivation . the . M Ci,ttxUx - (C' j,uurious. We have re-
, exclusive ot a small' in,uus re on if they are not controlled. , ... ms a lawyer of I'rescott, m-- to;
It they are propeny i" this ellect.
uixm tho ICcscrvations, some goMi nm
done. Hut the disarming must lie no aiiaiii,
n.a- of tho minfts of California and Ari-
to-night convinces me that you have faith j jjkJ t10 disarming of the Verde Indians, two j jmii 1etcrjj out, when fioin the 1st to the
in me, and that you Mievo J will do the ' v,,flrsi .,,, , .;nth i,,st' n,0nth. Wells, Fargo it Co.
best I know how for the whole Territory, tn i - i, ...;ii do for the Citizen to say that i,:.,.,.,,! , ti. i.,t from San Francisco the
vll cases and under all circumstances. j jir tqu, js Mlci, mi efficient and honest , i,c M1IU of l,T0n,007..l in treasure. Los
Governor SalTord told a rejMirter in San j e,lt. Kven if this wa- so, although a i wles Hop.
Francisco, a few weeks ag, that he consid- sinthe is not immortal, nn.l can't ! with j ' h(J ab,c U) moIltj,.
ered Arizona tho safest trontier country he always. Ho might die, or ho might . ' ,
, , .i . .! ..... u 0 , I,. I'l.nn V.iv-iut! eoiintv alone, the aloo
ever uvea in; nna. aiiiiongu mis noes mn t t;i.. o ,.'. 1 in oer-lliuiiiiir ino t oiuiius- . i -
airreo with what he told the Legi-lature. vet i ..: Atr.iirs to nceeitt hi- re-ig- amount. We are only
.i . ;n . r.i. i i t ii "- i.i
Salt; of (Soveriimeiit Properly.
Xvnx tna-OT. A.T.. Marrtjffl. 1677.
1ST7. U.MlonlBC-rtlclHf cVlhlmr. BOt,Umfrt
l hit Ih. , uWW. .rrTr. U KW0 IUI
fifUlUt J-ttrt., KWS llrtt NumWt. 'y"-b.V"?
xrs. -xat. 1.1 St.U. l MS CfH.
20 CJuou 7b .t- .Sfc,uWfr Sral' N t K T"- J,
5rt.3wi iH.ii-n'K w s.. i f"
ma vt: ium. W77 y.i Wottl i--. 1
.kuil nrtra ra. .tl -
taplc nml li.r
this time I will agree with him, and 1 think j nation ,,e acceptance of which he would f machinery for the Peck, Tip Top, HIack ,,. MAlty v( May. IffJ, i
you will all endorse him in this statement. ,.lve jjiuve ha been so long withheld i Warrior, Zalida, etc wherewith to work the 0 tv.r.f ti.-iviriterj or Ariwma. j.i
I am confident another year will place the ! r' i,:, ul,.i1 .,ain-t his will. Should liri. fm, those mines to be able to turn out N '" ir :LP''!1, "j.7
, i ,. , . r ,. 1? a I. - - - . ... .... . , i liunuri 10 . . .... i -
icrniory itcynnu an aunger iroin uuikuii.ujv forseen event take nim innii us, . lmUjon tht will astoiiv-n tlie peopic nmmiy
troubles, it will not ie long Kefore nun-; wm.rt. could we get another Clum to ilo tlie ,,f ti. Pacific but ot the whole Aiianuc
ans will oe as strange to you as tney are in
the Ka-tern States. " The inm-hor-e is com
ing, bringing the luxuries as well as the
comforts of life to your doors; bringing cap
ital, mills, machinery and men to develop of t..,rl,iy u-e in the matter,
city papers, but,
1 may write you
the resources of tho country. The dawn is
at hand; the old settler who have waited
so long and so patiently are about to real
ize all they hoped for. You are on the eve
of a period of prosperity, the extent of
which cannot le foreseen. It will probably
equal your wildest dreams and exceed any
thing you ever thought of or knew before.
1 expect to live to see Prescott the gay cap
ital of a wealthy State. May you all be
come Senators and millionaires.
In conclusion, ladies and gentlemen of
Prescott. permit me, on behalf of the offi
cers and latlie- of the Army present here
to-night, to extend to you our heartfelt
thanks for thi- expre-sion of vour good will
duties of Agent I W ho wotiiu men con- state-.
trol the Indian- for us ? Without him, we j
should be at their mercy, for he has told Us , Jjt)rd Yivian, of Canada, is making a ear-
that ho has done it all, and the militaiy are , riage trip to California for the benotit of
his health. The vehicle is a curiosity in its
way, being luxuriously fitted up with bed
I room, sittTng-HMiius. and everything as coni-
plote as could be made in fo small a space,
! and is. in fact, a small palace car.
feet ! next week from the northern
part of the
T. J. 11.
i:-iii:irU- of (Jen, Till Kiiiitr. at the Kcrrt
t ton. I.:ist Titur-ilav ! iiini;.
company have continued sinking on their
5haft aud yesterday as a mes-engcr left the
mine, it was down thirteen feet and showed
pure norn silver m iinc- a- uwck a- sm cr ;)V ttml GmtUmt ..Speech making i
vliich would bring it up to 12 jl00.' M'r. n3t om' of "' quire.nent-. A little more
Kelly has made up hi- mind that ho i- the ,hi' wo years ago. when Gen. Crook pie
lucky owner in a mine which should be sen ted me to you, over in Dan llatz's Hall,
called -busine-s. )i. Day has procured a-, hi- -ucce-sor in the command of thi
sercral pairs of corset-, which ho intend- to ' niili,.irv ,iepartment. ho introduced me as a
put on tlie owners ot this mine, ami cause' , , , , ,
them to be laced up tightly otherwise they ' l u'xv won,!!' ,,, 1 'a"tamed the
might burst open. Adjacent to tho Zalida. j character he then gsive me by promi-ing, in
"W. J. llowanl owns l.."i00 feet of very val- j as few Avords as p ible. to use my utmost
liable grouud, and ljoining hi. 11. 15. Mur- clllittlVors. with the aid of the officers and
rav owns l..i)0 teet m.re. llie north-we-t
WMl miNi-il these facts, whic
towards us. We may not be with you long i,.,,,. i.nimn , fi, v,
enougli to ,-ec you in llic tun eujoyineni oi
tho great success that is in store for yon,
but wherever we may go, in our numerous
changes incident to Army life, wo shall
carry with u- a grateful remembrance of this
Ann i;iia l.- Her Cu.iv
itm sump thiiis come iin to our minu.
! It seems to us th:it the matter of breaking
!up the Warm Springs Agency was not
thought of until the Department Coni
' mauder sent Lieut. Heneley's dispatch to
the Governor, and knocked out the basi-of
his accu-ation- against (Jen'l Kautz; for it
-bowed that the Indians, which flic Governor
' claimed had not Iktii removed, were at
i large, and which the General would not
I catch and punish, really made their home
' at the Warm Springs. In his wroth, the
Governor bounced the Warm Springs Agent,
i How long would the matter have continued
; a- heretofore if General Kautz. had not e-
hich we K'lieve to have
cuts all the time;
Three weeks ago we gave some of our
views on these subjects. Mr. Clum. in his
i ... . . .!... .... ........nut ..r
his doings at the Warm Spring, come to I 1 o owner of ho .Southern Pacific Ua. -our
reliel-admirably and .-hows that all the road have concluded not o stop and aw ait
renegade from the Chiricahua which the
Governor claimed were at large, made their
As will be seen by late telegraphic dis
patches, Hrighani has declared it as his in
ti.ittmi to dve the entile- a little of his de
termined muscle, and probably make them J
know the color of blood, llo'is only on the j
bluff and wants to scare some one.
Delinquent taxes to the amount of $:t02,
000 including lawyers fees and costs of the
court is now to be collected from fhc great
bonanza mines of Yirginia City, Nevada, as
the companies have confes-ed judgment and
expressed a willingness to pay.
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,,fAl C.-jHtliln,.. ou.i.ttap Jrt . ! Uli
Jiiekrti. CmU. IMTwwwf, 17 VUnm-t tlW. ttt
ll Slorr. to t.Tr.l - jr . T rm.,
ny ti.tnoof an ctrcotlo'i lnr.t nt " - J'",J';'
Cinirtof Vtr.U 11rinl. ljr H- VmUh. J. l.dulr
j.UlntHT. ana acaimi
KbH'h I nni etn-
lutrrty "I KlW !
f.n.lunn, nii.l If .olo ptm.iwI freptij- hw
fouml lhn .Hit ..f lli trl loiHTtr, the Htn of ftty Uol
Ut Jixtffnirut. ltlaHar lccnUc' "t twelve CJ IW
li.lUr. roL of .Hit. ti'rthf r Willi the nt tlat tmiy e
c rur 1 1im Irrinl Ufn and takrn nil th rUM. thlr on.l
lolrf'M hH-u tlie wol .Urrt'Unt. had im the Htlidarw
.Mairh, lf76 of. in nod to the fidhiwlitir dfjtflM
r.tatr. to wtl . . ten .tamj. ttr milt and
numrr. thrmtnl" WUntfuc. .UiwIb.1 m Turlrr t'tf-k.
Varttl rwuMlj . AriuBa, aad known Bt thr"ItDdr
milt Notice l h'riy iciren that im
Wednesday, May 30th. A. D. 1877.
k . ! ...-L-V M in front tit the court llOtlfir. In the town
' f l-rrw-ett. In Nkl county and Territory, I rillexHe
for K lor coh, at nxVHt auelioB, the whale, or ruueli
of Ibe Niv ilewrlbnt real r.taie a may iw rceiry iw
iatl.fr ald judstiirnl and all t. a the Uw dlrrrl.
KU. V. HOWtltS. Shrrifl.
May 7, leT7. u.ytO.rtd
J A Salt like di-pach of April
"A tnvision in the tainous .nn
homes at the Warm Spring-. He has an ,
J7th say-: j we ret I our inquiry in Saturday's is-ue a.- to j
Ki;n iii. ! u Im .ti rilivPiii ihiriii" Anril. that nroba-'
. . . . . i a , , . j. i . .i... o -..n..
against ISrigiiam oung was reiuiereti to-tiav ' iiy niauo ute iasi ram m in .-ohm i nun .
by .Iiulge "Shaetfer. He holds that defen- He tell us that it is Pioiisenay and Xol-
gee. Aow we shoniii hko to Know miioi-;
resDonsible for this sort ot thing it it is not
... .... . ....
the action of Congress, but w ill build 140
t miles of road into the interior of this Territory.
dant and plaintiff were married April, 1S0S,
, ... .. i ... . t - .i. ..a .1... .;...
(if mew, mil hoi r tin . iiiai :u uie ninu ui i
The telegraph ofliee at Yuma, belonging
to the Atlantic it Pacific Company, has been
named "By" in honor of one of Yumas most
enterpri-ing citizen-, .lames M. Harney.
the dtfarto marriage, plaintiff was
extension of 1.300 feet i- owned by the lion.
Thomas Fitch and Judge Howard and the
supposition is. from surface indication, that
their claim is valuable. Northwest from the
Zalida ha been di-onvcred a lead S feet
wide which asay well and i- called the
Cora, located by Win. X. Kelly and C. W.
Heacli. Still to the north of the Com ha
been found a different lead entirely from the
Cora, ami Zalida. which i- named the
M'riatn and is owned by Kelly, Day and
Xoycs. All of these lead- are in the same
vicinity of the Zalida. but no work h-t-lceu
done on any other than the Zalida.
therefore but little cn be said other than
that they look well on the surface, and have
every indication of being good.
soldier- of this command, to maintain the
peace ami -ecuntv he natl given to tlie ler
tent to enter into a valid contract ot mar
riage, but the defendant was not, becau-o he
had a lawful wife then living. The pcr-on,
Sidnev Ki'ilon. who ncrformcd the mnrriairo
- r . i o
ritory. I will not now g back on the rep-, ceremony between the defendant and Mary
utation then given me. only o far as to . Ann Angoll, in Kirkland. Ohio in ISiM, had
make a few remarks in my own behalf, and ' no Heon-e authorizing him t. perform such
in appreciation of thi.-occasion in Itehalt of ceremony, ami none was needed to make
the officers and ladies of the Armv here . the marriage valid. The plaintiff and dc-
thcy notify the military
give them any clue to the
fondant cohabited together a:
for several years after their
Head what that truthful paper, the Tucson
Citizen has to ny about the people of Yav
apai: "When a lcptl legislature, or one not
based on fraud, tm-jed a bill in Febraury,
lSTo, to remove the Capital to Prescott,
there was no thought here of resisting the
removal. The acjuie-ceuc was complete,
however much regretted. The people here
are now resisting the ic-ults of the Prescott
cen-us Iruud ot ltG, are a
and law-re-ivecting a- any on earth,
like all cituen. worthy of respect, they are
doing what they can in a legal way to defeat
the Prescott robbers ju-t as they would and
should any other roblK-r. The bluster ami
misrepresentation of the Prescott frauds on
this matter, "wilt not frighten anybouy nor
long' deceive people anywhere. Had they
got the Capital bill honestly, instead of by
theinost barefaced fraud of the kind on
record, the people of Tucson would have
In a horn ou would have acquiesced.
You, m-Jio have been instrumental in raising
the Arizona Militia Company, spending ten
thousand dollars of the people's money
without purpose; you. who have winked
at the roblwrv being committed on a poor
dcfencele-s race confined to a reservation in
vo,ur county: you who have taken over a
thou-and dollar.- for printing done for the
la-t Legislature: you who have never had an
honest election in your comity ; you who
have upheld Mexican, with their broad
sombreros covering their vile faces and
wearing sandals on then feet who have not
been three day- from their "native heath"
and declared "them as being entitled to suf
frage; you who could not publish the filthy
organ you represent were it not for 111
irottcn gains; vou who know nothing but
In 1 . (5, I yn.- a mere boy when the break
ing out of the Mexican War aroused the
militarv spirit within mo, aud in June of
that yeai I -honldered an old flint-lock
nuisket and marched off to the war-, a high
private in the rear rank "to seek the bubble
reputation at the cannon's mouth." I have
followed the life and drum from that day to
this, ami have worn out some shoe-leather
in my marche-. I have eaten my -hare ot , plaintiff wa-with
hard-tack, pork and bean-, and taken a sol- moils wife she wa-
man ami wile
tr facto mar-
tho Agent. Did
movements ot these raiders iney nave .
not heard of it if thev did. Will Mr. Clum
arre-t them when thev return and join their!
potqile at the San Carlo, and will he take
measure- to prevent their going away a-!
they have done heretofore .' 1 he-e are con
undrum we should like to have an-weied.
The San Carlos Indians will be increased
in number by about four hundred, and the
ncnnii-itcs also nniiwrtioiiatelv decreased
i ... .
Arizona and Southern California wool,
quoted at from to '26 cents.
Uy Tittup of an rxefutloti lnr,t out of the Jnttiee'
Court of I'rrKMtt lVerlnt. Yavapai (Viaty, Arina Ter
ritory. II. 11. Cattlrr, J. I'., duly all'ited the !M day of
May, 1T7, and to tne directed. In fsvor of the Omnty of
Yavaki, pUlntiff. and wf.iiD.t V. C Apulrre. defendant,
by m hleli 1 am ccitmMHl-d to make, out of the jeronul
property of mi.l defemlaat, aud If altirleat perwinal
property eaunot be found, then out of hl real .-rt,v.
the um of tlUrty-onerW-lfMdollart Jmlenient. fonr e-HW
dollar perccnti;e and wTenteen 51ty dollars ot' vt
nit. torllirr with the colt Ihat inuy accrue, and falling
te find uBielent personal property a afieald, I haT
levied upu acd taken all the rlcht, title and Interrrt
which the ald defrnUnt had on the f(h day oi !arrh
ls7;, ol. In and to the ffllowlnc derlhed rel elate, to
wit : JmI Number two (3). IH"V Number ten (10), and
ImproTenier.tn. In the towu of I rr"ott, YaTapal county,
Arirona. Notice i hereby flveu that on
Wednesday, May 30th, A. D. 1877,
At 12 o'cloek, .M., in front of the court houie, in the town
ot I'rreutt, in wUt county and Territory, I mill xpe
for Nile at public auction, forca.ti, the whle, or a wueh
of the atone detcril.ed rel estate iut may U neeeary to
tatUfr .aid ludcment nud all ctl. a the law direcU.
r.o. r. uown:
Trewott, May 7, ls.i.
T JL12 Ci J-A.!?!-!.
Reports up to 4 P. M., To-day.
riage. The defendant de-erted, ill-treated by this change, which may be some advan-
. a . .
ami negloctel llic planum ; mat .-lieu at
facto marriage was induced and effected by
undue influence and coercion. Tho conclu
sion i- that the plaintiff is not entitled to a
decree of divorce : that the alleged mar
riage was and i- polygantou- and therefore
null and void ; that during the time that
lefendnnt as hi polyga
scrving him a- a menial
tage to I iie-ou. Hut it i a Dan element
and will increa-e the difficulties of the iiimii
agemcnt of that Agency. .Mr. Clum never
NotM C i hereby Riven hi the public, that the under
Icned, o.'Iirneeof C'ha. It. Arte., .will, on the 5th day
of June. 1-77. at th tonn of Wickeobunr. iu th county
of Maricoa, at 11 o'elelt, a. m., f that Uy, prweed to
I ll at iblio auction, fur iwli, certain peronjl property
! at.lirnetl to him for beneflt ! certain cretlllor In ahl a-
SpMhl to tb. Miner by U.S. KUlUrr and W. 0. Lln ! ffflAZt t'
nuire and mule, tn.if or le, ami lourteen nuuansi
heal of :hf ep. more or le.
Peroo dr.irinr; to Mircla.e any of the above describ
ed property at prirnte ale run do a'any time between
the date hereof and lite aid ,"th .lay of June. 1S77, by
appljinc to the iiaderiiciied, at the More of 31. 1 le
ralt.i. in WIckenbutir. K. II. KIKKLAND, A'.ipnee-
WicVenburp, A. T-, May Irt7. my lOtl
ha-kept the Indian- on the Itc-crvutinn, ivS,i
Wn-hiugtou, May 10.
TlioTiiTki-h minister has formally notified
this governmeiit of the war between Russia,
and Turkey. It ha not vet been determined '
whether a neutrality proclamation will v
mors ciianees m simiiuig ine vniatinou
gunowder. 1 have been through two or
tluee Indian war-. le-ido- our late little
difliculty with our friend-in the Smth. I
escajK'd with a few scratches, ami never was
charged with being tlie first to run away
from the enemy, and I neer had the mi
fortune to be taken suddenly sick on the
field of battle.
1 have become a full Colonel and Urevet
Major-tJcnoral in the Regular Army, and
the coiiimxiider of a iletutrtmriit. mid have
"'Vjr.v'" been flattering inv-elf that I wa-getting on tornia .- mtvt bnliant lawyers ami jurist.-, ,
law-abidingi Ct. ..'.c. .: .... t i i..r. ... I .. i.:t. .....i. -i i.: . :.. n.i. i
lint I " "iiiiiiion in inv pioie-.-Kii I oa'i cui.srn. i.nicii mui jmhil .it. ins i i-siuuiu u in tiin
OUt . ., , , , r . .... I
jsu.iuoniy, nowever, i receivca a cucok in imi the 'Jnd of thi- month, of apoplcw.i
vol me oiu oi r-n-
servant, and would be entitled to a roasona
. bio coniensatioii for her services, but hav
' ing received alimony in thi- in-tanee, in the
form of jHtrilnttc Hit, more than such service
are -hown by the proof to bo reasonably
' worth, she -hoiild go hence w ithout farther
Dkatii ok Hon. John II. Fki.ton.- The
San l'V.inci-co papers all come to u- witli
and will not lie enabled by this change to
restrain them any lietter than heretofore.
One thing we shall be able to guess at
pretty well, in case ol" raids in the future,
and that is, where the raiders come from.
San Carlos hereaftar will get all the credit.
and w e predict that their field of operations
will be nitiinlv iu new .Mexico in the future. 1
affecting notice- of the death of one of Cali- men on his la-t raid.
mv pro-perous career.
niary la-t, (Jovornor Safford sent a message
to the Territorial Legislature exposing my
! iuetlicienev and utter worthles-nos.-, ami
showing what n fraud I was. I had succeed
ed in humbugging tumorals (Jrant anil Sher
man and all my previoti commanders, hut
I could not fool our little (Jovornor. With
a few strokes of the pen he undertook to
scratch out an unblemished military record
of about thirty years.
If thi was not hi design, it undoubted
ly would have been the effect if his action
had succeeded. His asault lacked the
At the time of his death, 3Ir. Felton was
forty-eight year- and eleven month- old.
Inning been lxrn at Sanger. ,Ma in li2.s.
He wa a graduate of Harvard College, and
wa not only a brilliant classical scholar,
but a man of ino-t refined and cultivated
ta-te in books, paintings, statuary, etc.
Decea-ed leave- a widow and two daugh
ersiaged respectively throe and six yearsl.
to mourn the loss of a devoted husband and
Mr. Felton was a prominent member of.
I the Masonic Fraternity, and that Order who
The follow ing communication appears in
the Arizona Citizen of May oth :
'FiiitT Cuuo, X. M., April OS, 1S77.
''Juiin fl'itfsoH: (Jencral Kautz .-ays he
made no effort to capture Pioiiseney.
lleroninio now savs Pion.-eiiev killed eight i
I Kautz innocent ? '
J. 1. Cm m. Agent.
Innocent of what.' Mr. Chun would
like very much to shoulder the rc--poiisi- J
bility of I'ion-eiiey's operations on the De-
partment Commander. If anyone i- guilty
it i-Mr. Clum. lie was Chun's pn-oner.
Clum turned him over to the Uovernor's
agents, and thev let hun go. He wa- Clum ?
Indian, and when Clum
tlie i arm pnng- a gone
senev getting well ot hi:
om ne noi arresi nun, as uie law- require deicnco of Rounianla wilt
him to do ; ; nud war declared at once.
Secretary Sherman refused to listen to the
Chicago whi.-ky men to-day, saying that he
had already divided their en-o.
Tho Secretary of War to-day ordered the
di-chargo of 'S,MM enlistiil men, that they
may be' paid from the appropriation for the
present l!-cal year.
New York, May 10.
The World -ay : Tweed is .-aid, by his
friend, to lie a great .MilVerer.and to 1 . break
ing down fast. It is not thought that he will
survive :vuvthiiur liken loiur imprisonment.
! or even that he will hvo long after being re-1
leased. It is his intention, should he lie re-!
leased, to remain in New York until he can i
Ik of no further service to the city aud State j
as a witues, and then leave the eftv forever.
j rhilatlelphia,May 10. ,
' The city U crowded; People are pouring In !
'toa i-t in the opening ceremonies) of the
' permanent iuloriiatioual exhibition, iu the
main l eiitctmlal oiiilding.
ThriH) more bodies have Ikh'ii taken fnun
the Wade-villo mine, lwiving two men still
iu the mine. i
Vienna, May 10.
The Turks are eommitting numerous: out-:
rage iiwm neutral ve.--el ami seizing their
goods, on the Danube. The Russians nro in
AUCTION ! AUCTION ! !
ub-equeullv vi-ited rmit timc opMsito Rustehuk, and an attack '
i-y. and found l'ion- ls -sIH'eUSy oxpeetetl.
woun.ls there, why , A s,HH.iuI from nuH.anj '
;is the law- require dei .mti of Rouinania wilt be pnxilaimetl '
I will sell by I'ubKc Auction, ou the preuiUv, by re
pirstof JOHN II. MAKION, on
SATL'KDAY, 31 AY lith, 187G,
At 11 o'clock, A. M.,
Lots Nos. 7 and 9, in Block 26,
In the Village of l'rrvott, ith good I-liorse itableand
fence therrvn. Alo,
Lots Nos. 17 and 19, in Block 5.
AIo LOTS 10 AND 12. IN KLOUK XI. Indnc on
1'ortt Street, and neur Vilon .tlluiVcirs Sa-th I'uctory.
KLKCAXT HOWK SEWING MACHINE.
One nearly netv, doubIe-eatcd .
SPKIKTG "W AGO 1ST,
Cootl Spring Lounge, lltv.
Thee lot all faoo the Kajt and aro the inct dejlmble
for reeideuces in the Ion n of I'reiMviIt,
J. I. riSlH.i:, Auctioneer.
do my duty taithtully, and it
to me to be able to say that I
the duty assigned to mo in every
ami that 1 was never regarded a-
1 1 .1. . l r .? . .1 ..... , . , r ,
..r iniik ..,,. !i,.i;r. n ti,;..!""1' uireeuou oi me uiuemi, wnicu
denionstmtion hero to-night as an evidence ! took plce from St. John's Episcopal Church,
that this nortion of the Terr tore does not al lu o viock.n. .m., on niuin iasi.
acquiesce in or ajqiroveof his course toward
me. For this reason I am truly grateful for
this manifestation much more so than 1
would under ordinary circumstances, for I
have a natural aer-ion to notoriety and
To a true soldier, his reputation is every
thing; when he loses it he can hope no
longer for siicce-s in hi prole. ion. During
all mv long service, 1 have always tried to
Gen. Win. Yaudover left here yesterday
for San Carlo.-, where he will remain long
enough to I tectum familiar with all opera
tions on that reserve. Tucson Citizen.
It (ten. andever is m with the spoils !
it wont take him long to get acquainted and '
e copy the following items trout the become familiar with operations on tin
Yuma Sentinel: ' ervation, just long enough to have all
A young man, employed on the ranch of vouchers fixed up to suit.
; cii.vs. , riiKiicuioic en vnutd r.. hkenan
Hucharest, Mar 10.
The Roumanian at my will form the right
wing of tho Russian afiny, and will Ih Iu- f
creased by one Russian division. A majority Montezuma St, next to Raible's Brewery.
n im- i.miiiiiiiii;iii .--euaie is opposeu io war.
The l'rlnce of Roumania to-day assumed
coiuinaiiil of the Roumanian armv
FREDERICK & HEENAN,
J.ondon, May 10.
j Rrinco Milan, of Servia, and his MInNtors,
res- have formally assured the Austrian rreinicr,
the fount trAmfn.s.-y, that Servia will not di-
Cnofs in tiik NoimrwKsT. The Toletlo
.1. ai. Hedomio, was taken ill about noon
on Wednesday w ith cholrea morbus aud died
.i. m. uarneys iram, lavaness wagon- IVports from the northwest, showing
uui-icr, came in i uurstiay iroin me u. o. ; jf yiil" pros
nullum- .iiii iim.iii .iii.ouvi iiuiiuiis lrciiTlli
is everything consisting part I v of additional machinery
was epial to i for the Silver King and considerable of
turb the iKviee
Constantinople, Mav 10.
In a few days the annual caravan of nil
grnns will leave here for Mecca. Their lead-
... , .... . -i . . . . , l " . . v . . . ... . ...... Ml. u H
llhnleot the 2nd m?t, has extensive cmp , er is instructed to proclaim a Holy War aloii"
r.it-1 . rruiiiv me ,-sucik i ni isinni
om me norinwest, snow ing a gr.it I .,, immv uu .tucik i ni isiani
tspectin wheat region- I .in" bet-' o n it!l,-' n,ess " Sultan as leader of
or years. Corn will be sold more j "Ie "ol3 ar' Uver,Hol Mav 10
than usual, but the sowing of oats The American .-teanier Dakotah' 'is Ashore
trickcrv, ami consequently think every other I ln'tbre. On this account, vour presence here
people the same as j-ou, mlk ot acquiescing to-night is so gratifying, for I leel justified
not much it isn't m you; vou arc not
honest enough to concede to anything hon
orable. Lies mu-t be word of endearment
to von, otherwise you would now and then
litter a truth. We do not eiect to frighten
any pcrsou nor do we expect to get frightened.
"W hope that after the Capita! is once
placed here where it rightfully belongs, that
Congress will, at its next session, make the
removal of Territorial Capitals, subject to a
The San Franci-co Post, a pajter well
posted, and good authority ou most subjects,
in an article headed more mail facilities
needed and those likely to be increased
So aiso with the routes east from San
Uemardiuo to northeu ArioiiH. They will
in all probability be increased to six each
-week on the principal road, and to tri
weekly on all ot the feeder. The change?
will involve a saving at least of :00 miles of
taging audit cousiderahh larger proportion
5u time and money. Trom Yuma tho prob
abilities are that the service along the river
to Ehrenhcrgand Hardy Ulc will be increas
ed to at least :i tri-w'eekly, while for the
Territory ibeU" as liberal recommendation
mil bQ iaatfo V
in assuming it
is an evidence that vou, at
least, do not regard me a- a failure now.
When 1 succeeded to the command of
this Department, I felt that I wa- taking
cansidcrable risk, so far as my reputation
was concerned. Gen. Crook had achieve! a
peace the Territory had never enjoyed ltefore.
I could not possibly improve on the situa
tion. Any change must be for the wore.
If I should not be able to niaaintaiu the
peace that existed, 1113' reputation must suf
fer accordingly. The risk was materially
increased by the change in the management
of the Indians about this time. Gen. Crook
had hail charge ot all the reservations es
tablished for the Apaches except the Chiri
cahua. About the time he left they were
all turned over to the Agent, and I have
had nothing to do with the Indians since,
except to catch them when the Agents let
them go, or, by their treatment, drove them
from the reservations.
For a year everything whs lovely. The
troops were suecesful in getting all the In
dians they went after. About one year ago
tlie Cliiricahitns went on tlie rampage, and
killed Rogers, Spence and Lewis and an In
dian war scorned to be upon us. 1 started
every Indian tcout and every cavalryman
tliut'l had for Uie lower country. Long be
fore tliey could get Utrrc tho lndiaos were 1
tor than for
genera! I v
will be restricted. Hay and small fruit
will be abundant everywhere. Of tteuehi
lucky ' there will be partial crops in Indiana, Illi-
Mr. A. J. Owens, one of the
owners of the MeCracken mine
tl.Hilllfll l-t f ittt lttal II a a .
nu,-1... ...v,..,,.., -ui. .Michigan, the great peach producing state
Bradley, a mining exiHirt, enroute for the 1 - .
passed ,10is and Missouri, but almost a failure in
The echoes of tho lower Colorado arc no
longer awakened by the whistle of the
steamers, and the Cocopahs are correspond
ingly sad, they can sell no more wood.
The Commissioner of
ollice has instructed the
on Point lamas, forty-five miles from Llver
jtool. The passengers and crew are all saved
but the vessel and cargo will pruvo a total
Truekee, Cnl Mav 10.
A hmken rail at Coldstream Rond'threw
four conches of train Nw. off tho track this
San Fmneisen. Atn- in
A disimtch from (htviota, Santa Rarbam
Atiantic and Pacific Tklkuiiai'II. The
Yuma Sentinel in making mention of the
completion of the above line to Yuma,
compliments Mr. Smith the manager at
that place as follows all of which wc heart- Irrigating by windmill jtowcr from wells
ily endorse: is hoing successfully attempted on a small
"And so it is to tlie talented manager Mr. i 5Cale m Colorado. One farmer, near Evans,
W. E. Smith, w ho showed the kiud of man 1 irrigated by a small mil! last season im aero
he is, by giving us, and sending throughout ! of vegetables, besides drawing water at
the Territory, Saturday evening the news oft times, with the same power, for eighty head
flic General Land
Register am! Re
ceiver of the Land ollice in the different
States mid Territories to sell at auction or ' (,."'ty.to the Merchants' Exchange, savs a
resncctive , ,UI,U w;m' 'omo m thvtv thi morning.
.o uuuiago rejtone!.
San I'mui'isco, May 11.
STOVES AM) HOME-MADE
And Manufacturers of
TIN, IRON AND COPPER -WARE,
Tin unci If 011 DGLooliiisr-
tI'rointt attention clven to onler by mall.
1 1 11 t .
!uiierwiso an itnne lands 111 their respective
j districts, but not at a Ics3 price than $I.2r
per acre, this law is to apply to all States
ami Territories where it does iut come .in
conflict with grants to this peculiar cla-s of
il. I . t a
uie uor.-e race ai 1.0s .vngoies wiin details,
I'nder our former facilities daily
would have been unable to
print it before
Tuesday, wc are fortunate in having a com
petent man, and a live one, at this end of
Ro-t .t Rclchcr,
Gould ,fc Curry..
.looks closed as follow:
I ..TO Northern lk!ln
.Mils. Kai.ston s, Maiiiiiaok, Mrs
Ralston has written from Paris to friend
San lmncisco that the gentleman
uiiiiiieii is nniiicu vanuor; mat lie is an j unchanged
1 ii.-i ii ... ...
I nlon Con
t 11.1 .1. 11 ...t . T
. W. C. ." titnars,-.uii,'j?i ir cent, dlsi-onnt
in', h',W'.'-!-tc,5 holders are asking a
she has' " ' "vine a.ivieesre,H,rt a, let-line
...... Miii uiu ii"'iii:ii 1 "rl T 1 1 1 M intwiiiiti, 1
London, Mav 10,
dtrlanition which liiay be considered
formal answer fo Lonl Ilerliv's noi... .i.
Theodore Tilton, accompanied by one of V-nVct 1 1,1,1 ,ho l,owurs wliieh"seok to re-c.-tab-his
daughters, is making a lecturing Urii'Si l,:,s!s' "
throosh the lc SUtS d Territolie,. , 'prtdpteX
I niwl rlint rlw.ii. 4 i.tit 1 "ii. fl'l.trt.. .
By rofcrence to our Tucson dispatches, it , V" , V, . ,,w,,,c " 111 l,,oua,"y ie , 'uissian leiegr.iphie Agency makes a
.... , . ... ..... 1 Jiuuiiuu nr tans.
win 00 seen tnni 11 move 111 tnc right direc
tion has at last boon taken in the Capital
cac. There no 4mbt Iwt that Jmlgo
Frgach will db.' ;i. ilv .: -'.aelioa.
L. L.EYMAUIE CO.
2STEW BIT SALOON".
Kt l'cii-loti l'rneale.
liest I.iitur unl Clptrs iIUened. Ileer by the gallon
,u 1. i.iiuor injo join 10 sail iurcnaer!.
WINES AND CHAMPAGNE.
II1.ST ItKAXDS IN THU l'UKrjCOTTTn.VDi;.
IVejcolt, Mttroh 3lb, IS77. wiUtf.
" BIT SALOON.33
Fine Liquor & Cigar Depot.
Sold by Utittle, Quart or (Dillon.
Xext iloor to Ih New lilt aud "Olorj of rrrswtt" .S
lo.n, on Granite street.
C GERARD, Proprietor.
Sheep Men Attention.
1'iirtirn llcsirollS of tilldin n Xllthllil nlHre l. .In ll.ir
lierin(; tliin Mhiou will Hint it to their uitvuntuiro to
' ilrlv Oilr .. ... 1 i .7 ...
I M 1 I .IIIT-1IVII ItlMKTIl WliriV IlieV Will
1 ,,n,1 K J lierin)t jeii!. plenty of rani;e nml ulMmilaiiee
01 iTiuer. tomi;e ror.WHt imun.lsof xri Ml, ill frtt tf
,?rJ' A u n'fil slinirer will Id on lmnd nt
all Uine itatliu: tin. heriuir ne.uon.
At Kiiliucil ItiiUw.
SttH-k men vlnitln? tho Territory will flml it Io their in
terests to rail ut the American ranch for general iufvrtnu
It. I.ilH-nil HdYnnce tnmle on ron.Igninentii ol
Com-siHiu Juice from ulirmil lollcitetl.
Amerirnn llanch, Arltonft, Jfurrh 12, 1677, t
WM. M. BUrIW
Still Occupies the Old
of the PUxa, -
aiiu is in receipt of a Urfti
New and DesirabU
With others Ordered asdon
heretofrre. Anything IU,T ay sIy.t 18
Staple & Fancy Dry
LADIES' AND GENTlj y
MENS AND BOYS
Boots and Shoe
PERFUMERY & TOILET 4
HARDWARE, TIN & WtVw -
0R00KEET, QLAE8 AND EA2TQij
PAPElt HANGINGS, LAJIPS.IS
. liuiiirT and Parmin; Trf
Together with luimy other thlort, W 3t
inentliMie.1. tllTK IIIM A CALL. .
lreilt. Jooe 1? le73. -rz
READY "PAY Iffll
South IMoiiteziittia p
Ol'L'OSlTK DAN HATTS
It Chock 1'nll of
1ST 12 W O O OU-wrt
f erery ileritkn, anil j iut the. .Us Utt'J?
lUcriun to reiienlh their Urtlert, ai4 pdA 0
tieetlmt by tUem Cbiopfor CA vt EpW;1 '
(UpUe, ju received, of the fullowiig jutHIM
G ROCER 1 ES, PROYISP
Canmvl FeuitM, Moots, Yeg-i 0
I)riel Kruit. ty the box, beirrtlorr!M,ri,
Shovcli, al Ouni Ibwt,
Olyeenne. coil oil, ctor oil, iaitVr3Tjtkin,"
Wiiter," by the nt, jounl, iurt or fiutt.
TOBACCO, CIGARS, PIPI3, iXOr.
AND LIQUORS, .
MaV mr tock A Xo. 1, n.l a mw t(irry
mnt uie in hitvrin to wy limeer kw4.A.f
new eouien. that they can Uo tetter by firi?1"
than front any other tnwler in l'r,ott, Slit!
(SreetiKtekn. Cold Coin. HulSba, CM1
I'roduee aixl County Sciif taVtn in etrtupe
Jnne Ut. 1876. )&&
ANDERS & ROWZ,
Jobbers nod Dealen ia
Black and Giant Phs
LIQUORS, TOBACCO t CKltb
SIC3-3E3CT 3D "R
Drawn on San Francises Urlj
change for Cnrrencj', uriil the
Sotitli SUlu 1'loKJi. PrtscotHij.jB
.- ,e 0
WJl N. KKLLT. T1BaU.
KELLY & STEPHEBf
1ST E W S AGEKi (
And Wholeoule and KtUil Dr.'5l jj,
Tobacco, Cigars, CoiifccUft1
Fancy Goods, Yankee MMt.
Guns, Piatols, Cutlery,
Buck Gloves, Figs, Dati
Nuts, Toys, and Wtekic
G--A.2R.3DDS3ST SEEDS, 3 m:
Cor. Mootrema and QtoxIjj Street Pw'"
malcolm t. c.vMriiELL. runtfo'i
CARPENTERS & J01SJ'5
ISSASH DOORS AMD HIHS1
IVIskIo to Ortlor on Sliortest
CARRIAGE AND WAGON t
Architectural l)rawi? rt k
inu Plans & S ecificati! oe
8onthet Comer or the Plm-Kittl'' m
Cort and Qoodwta tXrteltf J ill
A E I Z O NAuin
MACHINERY AND SUPPLY fti!
HENRY B. MUBBATifPj
Sole Apent for tie Slit ft a h
STKAM KXIS1N1. FROM
Power and upwawls, Saw-MiJlJ, eu
woiklnj: Machinery, JIobtiagsliB
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