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iffo If win1. FRIDAY, JTiXE 1, 1S77. 9rtlinl Pitpor of Yavapai County. C I CVum. 42 Montgomery xtrrtt. San Francitce. it tei .igtftfer tkt Akumna MtNF.lt in that city. Jit it aMUAsrmd to cMlrct won! iitn tkit titeUithwtnt. fair erdcri for advertisttui and atttnd to anv JArr butimtt drtvttmf Ufhm Aim u A rtprtttntotirt f I.ETTKK rito.M rnu:MX. injunction iiissoi.via. J udgc French, in rendcritnjr hi decision ia the dissolution of injunction, placed upon Secretary Uoyt, restraining him from mov ing the property ami effects belonging to the Territorial Capital from Tucson to Prcicott wisely says: Tbc sole and only ground set up iu the piaintm s complaint lor the lnutuction. that the Ninth Legislative Assembly of this Territory was an illegal body and that all its acts arc totally void, and therefore the acts of the Secretary under them would be great public wrong, all these allegations are conclusions of law, not statements of facts. The bill in its general form is well drawn It is ctcar, consecutive and precise m its statements. Tttc defects arc in its substance the subject matter. It is based on the le gal proposition that all the arts of the last Legislature arc totally void. This in reality is only a legal opinion. The plaintiff swears that these acts are void. The defendant dc nies tins m smiistaiicc. 1 1 these acts arc void, or should be declared void bv compe tent authority, the results would be tar reaching and most disastrous. If void, these acts should not be published or promulgated If these act arc void the terms of Court created by them, and some of which have been held bv mv associates and myself, in Jlohave. MaricojKi and Pinal counties, arc of no binding torce or authority, and all the af fairs of this great Territory would be thrown iuto the most dreadful disorder, lawlessness . and confusiou. Before any tribunal could sustain a pro position leadiug to such disastrous results, it should not only hac the power but the case and the law should be absolutely clear and free from anv particle of doubt. Courts cannot legislate. There is ono power that can nullify and set aile the acts of the Legislative Assem bly of the Territory, and one only, and that is the legislative branch of the Government. The last Legislature was a recognized acting at jaci legislative body and its acts must be recognized not oulv bv tho Courts of this Territory, but bv all the Courts of the coun try till legally nullified, and we cannot le gally presume or with reason assumo that Congress will declare all the acts of a Ter ritorial Legislative Assembly void. The Injunction heretofore grautcd on the 21st day ol April, lbi , on the complaint m this cause having nothing to support if, must be and isdissolved. and it is so ordered. C. G. FltKNCU, District Judge, 1st District. 3Iay 19th, 1ST7. Civilizing1 American Italians. In tho annual report just made by the Board of Indian Commissioners, an elabor ate statement in general and in detail is pre sented, showing by statistics the advance made in the eight years of the present policy. Of the SCG.00O Indians in the United State's, Alaska not included, 10-1.S1S now wear citi zens' dress. Since 1S0S the houses occupied by Indians hac increased from 7,470 to .".". IIS, of which 1,702 were built during the last year. Schools have increased during the same period from 11 to 344, and teachers from I 3-1 to 487. The number of scholars was then 4,71ST now they are 11,338. There are 1ST churches on Indian reservations and 27,215 Indians arc church members. The area of land cultivated in 1SCS was .11,207, in 1S70, olSllM. The report concludes witli ",? Mowing recommendations : ist.-i:.u the Government with the terms of existing treaties with all the Indians. 2d. -Appropriations for consolidating the agencies. ad. Generous appropriations lor educa tional purposes. 4 tli. Discontinuance of tribal relations. 5th. Extension of law for protection of life and property. fltli. Allotments of land. 7 tli. Establishment of industrial and ag ricultural boarding schools, compelling at tendance of all between seven and seventeen years of age. . Sth. Issue of supplies to be made to tho heads of families. 9th. Increase of salaries of Indian agents. The foregoing summary will strike the old settlers on the frontier, who know all about Indians, as very funny. They understand just how they wear citizens' dress; thcyj Know any numoer oi citizens wno nave con tributed 'tlicir scalps as well as their clothes, which the Indians are wearing, but just the extent of civilization connected with wear ing them the old cottier will hardly be able to determine. They understand the pious tendencies of the Indian and what his creed is, and also the use he has for churches and school houses. The increase iu the area of land cultivated by them is far the most civilizing feature to those who understand the Indian nature. lie cannot, if he gives due attention to the cultivation of the soil, have as much time to execute theft and murder, with which OOK MINKS. Since tho establishment of our Territory 14 years ago, our mines of gold, silver, cop per, iron, etc., never have shown such signs of richness and permanency as at the pros cut time. Pima county has a groat many very val uable mines that aro being sought after bj English capitalists as well as those from Cal ifornia and other States. The Iviugin Pinal 15 f nrninrr ntif nrnlinlilv tlin rihst ore of . .......0 , . ; t.:...ji.. anv ol our many wondorous deposits, anu and tlio nguros accouiimyi"K is attracting much attention from mining ! furnished by Deputy Sheriff .McDonald, who men and capitalists on the outside. Here in iavapai, our home, where Pikbnix, A. T., May 20, 1877. Editor Mixkh: North of us, Nevada has her Comstock, Yavapai has her Peck, Zalida . of., and, south of us, the Silver King yields up its richos. Mricopa, be tween those extremes, is left out in the cold. Must we always depend solely upon our agricultural capabilities f Let us see. Hero before mo are some samples of silver ore sent from the eastern portion of this County, j:xikan.ytion. has just returned from an assessing tour m wc that section, will speak for themselves. know what we are talking about, thcro are j The first specimen is of silver milling ore. hundreds of mines that pay into the thous- from the stonewall jncksou ands per ton and are only too ready to yield up their shining wealth to the honest miuer, the echo of whose hammer rcvibratcs from every hill and dell throughout our moun tains, which are bound together with threads of gold and silver. The Peck, Zalida, Black "Warrior and such mines are enough to convince the most skeptic that the moun tains surrounding our home, Preseott, situ ate in the midst of a beautiful forct of pine, juuiper and oak, arc one vast tablo of metal lic wealth. Such wealth and treasures as those that surround us on every side and in every section of our fast growing Territory are gifts that are only bestowed upon the pioneer who severs himself from all that is dear and near to him, gives up comforts to partake of hardships, leaves pence and quiet to brave the dangers, plcntitude for iu sufliciency, etc. Such has been the case with the pioneers of Arizona and now they arc beginning to realize that a brighter day is about to dawn upon and crown their uo blc undertakings. Mall-Hldcr Killed ly tho Indian. Bowie, May 20, 1S77. The commanding otlicer of Howie rejHrts the. killing of tho mail-carrier going west, four miles cast of Bowie, to-day. uy the In dians. The body was striped when found at 3 r. m. The mail's mule which was evident ly shot first, was not quite dead. Lieuten ant "Wot went out with every availublo man, fifteen in number, including live citizens. A subsequent dispatch states Lieut. West found the Indians about one milo from where the mail rider was killed, lie attack ed them but could not dislodge them. A courier came in and reported the fact and every man, except tho post guard, was eut out. Thev met Lieut. West returjinsr. From the fact that the Indians waited for Lieut West, the commanding ofiiccr infers that thev were in force, and asks for reinforce ments from Camp Grant. The foregomg is very extraordinary intel litrencc in view of all the circumstances Lieut. ltucker is out with the scouts trom Bowie and thirty cavalry since May 7, which explains the scarcity ol troop at Louie Gov. Safford ami his scouts, under Beauford are also out ever since the return of the lat ter from New Mexico, iu search of these me savages, whilst Mr. Clum claims that he has all the Hot Spring Indians comfort nbly and contentedly established at the Nui Carlos. "Where then does this strong force of Indians come trom, and how could thev elude the regular troops and scouts and the illant Governor with his Territorial scouts t We stronglv suspect that the real expla nation consists in the rumor in the Mlvcr City Herald, that of 4o4 Indians that Agent Chun brought from the Warm Springs there were oulv ID bucks. liamson and Copeland, and called the "Hoi crt Lee," on which they have sunk 30 fee Th editor of the Tucson Citizen evident ly doesn't relish the fat being taken off his ribs by the removal of the Capital from Tucson to Preseott. whereby he will not be able to manipulate Territorial priming, etc.. and in his libelous issue of the 20th instant, savs : "That the people at large in Yavapai county, had any hand in the perpetration of the fraud, tho people here do not lor a mo ment believe, but jhev ItHieve and know as certainly as thev know there are thousands hav nit it was pcrpSTOM cd As much comment has recently been made by citizens of Preseott, and olsow here, in regard to the lato stage roberry, near AVick enburg, we have intervicwo.l IT. S. Marshal Standefer on the matter, and elicited from him the following facts, which nro substan tially as follows: Owing to the numerous robberies of our stages, Special Agent Alexander, of the P. O. Department, conceived the very excellent idea of employing a man who would fcrrit out the highwaymen, in fact, go in with them, ami then givo information which would iiuure their arrest. This was done with John Mantle who, a short time since, gave information that led to the arrest of the stage robbers who robbed the stage near Indian WelN. and the recovery of tho money. After having been used a a detec tive in California, he was sent to Arizona for the Mime purjwsc. He came here, hunt ed up Johnson and Sutton, alias IJniphy, wont in with them and robbed tho stage ner j Whkcnburg, and delivered the bullion into the hand ot the stage agent, at hhrnniKTsr, at the same time giving Agent Kvmw infor mation which led to their arrest, of which our renders know. That this man Mantle actfd entirely in good faith iu the recent robbery near Wickcnburg, the Marshitl U not prewred to sny, and rather ha doubts that he did not, on account of tho money delivered over, which leaves quite a discrep oncy between tho amount delivered orer to the "agent and that claimed to have been lost. Tlmt any wnsible porson should for, a moment, entertain or harbor a thought, that the Stage Cominy liave not in this h in nil former occurrences of a imUr natuie, acted on the snimro is really proKterous mid does the Comimny great iiynstice who have always been active and went to great trouble and evjiense iu ferriting out stage nbbers and causing their wrrrft. That they knew Man tic was here for the purport of trying to rind out tho highwayiucti who infested this section of our Territory, we have no doubt, and that they should try and assist in making tho discoveries is pertetely natural and right. Marshal Standefer arrested John Mantle, took him to the Yuma prison, en tered a complaint against him as a highway man and he is hold to answer at th next term of t.raud Jury for the Second Judicial District in the sum of ;10,000, when if it la found that Mr. Mnntlc did not act in good faith and ha committed n crime, he will Ihj dealt with according to the extent of his of fense. i.KTTitn vmm AVicKKMirm;. 1 a lead located by McMillan and I lay ties, who carry tno ore a mile and a half to a It-stump mill, brought from Silver City, by Tidwell and Miller. This rock has assayed $5,000. An extension of 1,500 feet is owned by Wil- HoU- ot. with promising results, (has. .Mason, a former owner of the Silver King, own a a claim here, for which he paid $20,000. The Burns mine, Palmer and Gardner's claim, aud three others, owned by William son and Copeland. arc extensions of this lead, which is, iu fact, taken up for eight miles. In tnc Bichmond Basin, McMorris is down 40 feet on one shaft ami 30 feet on another, with an average assay of $2,300. Ono hundred feet from .McMorris, the Mc Dowell Company have a shaft on their first extension, the ore from which shows well. John Olvany owns the second extension. Specimens from Morris's lead look ex tremely rich, as does one from the Chilion Bros.' placer claim, where they arc taking out "big money." The Richmond Basin Mining Company own five leads, and have set up smelting works eight miles from the Basin, at tho WheatJiclds. They havo com pleted their ditch, aud Supt. Gaetncr is now ready for ore. The Chilson Bros, own a 14 foot'vein of lead, carrying much silver, which they think will furnish all necossary llux. Mr. Van Arun.ialejalso, hrs a'smelter hore at the Wheatields, and it is rcjvortcd that a 24-stamp mill is now on the way from San Francisco, for which the land and water right have alread been purchased. With these, and othrr mills tlmt will come as they are demanded, and with the new road, which our Commissioners still pro pose to build, via McDowell and Reno, not withstanding the protest oi citixens, this section of our country will be ablo to do what they have long wanted to accompli, i. e. bid farewell to the "gouging" mills of the Globe district, and transact all their busiuess iu our direction. t Ot!.! uicrt tint Km. til .-O clmik mvH. VJI im: -"vi nisi., v,....- . , e . IM,,1 1116 VIIG111I lr iliv I ' Editor Mix Bit: A brilliant wedding came oil" at Wickcnburg on the 23d of May, cd bv Avres whs sold by highest bidder. Six hundred ami lift y three, mostly wethers, were lniught for $1.G0 per head bv Dr. W. W. Jones of Wickcnburg. The balance, seven hundred and sixty-Jive, were sold to J. T. Dennis, at $1 per head. A band of bronco horses and mules, belonging to the same parties, were sold, partly under the same execution and partly at private sale, bringing prices rang ing from $13 to $3. The first stuck of bur- ! been the protege lev threshed this vear was that of L. K. ' gracefully handed Ortne. averaging but a trille less than 2,b00 pounds to the acre. E. Irvine and Son have put on a li&rlit Foster GillaTt was married to Sarah Eliza beth Boner, by Charles P. Staiitnn. Ed. (JilluTt is known t ovcrlody in the Territory. The young lady i tin- daughter of MrOVcplca' Mster, the late Mr. Boner, whose luelnncholly death, by burning, a few year, ago, at Mineral Park, aroused the sym pathy of nil the Territory for tho ln-reft i'umiiv. From that time. Mis Boner hus of her aunt, who very !ier over to .Mr. Gilbert, I on the 23d int., not on account of his riches, i but that of his uniform good character. J The ceremony took place at een o'clock p. m., in the mnl-t ot a lirilliHiit com-ourse ! of Indies and gentlemen. Our Captive Imtlnm. It is, vc believe, a fact that nil the preda tory Iiwiac of the Plains are now captivos in tho Luias of tho United States, and wo Mippce t..v Indian Bureau is sitting up of nights try.og to find out what to do with them. Tlij cheapest plan, wo Imagine, would li to board them at the Abtor House; but tUt : out of tho question, probably, because u would throw too many Indian agents v:her valuable public lunctiomt nm out ot employment. IN. Y. Herald. You a mistaken, Mr. Horald, as to the chenpett plan of feeding Indians; send them to the San Carlos agency, Arizona, where the exlrawvlinary faculty of mukiug a So lium iteer weigh 830 Hu exist, where ordi nary Uun?. could not inaku the same weigh moro tUn00 jioumls. You tec, Mr. Her aid, yoi lire not jested. Ak I.illlo Mercer to give you Knottier letter on Arizoia, Agent Clum, siaa Carlo, Indian murders, iueill ciency u; un. KniiU, our Inmest dojKiit ment commander, Soiiorn hoevoa, shorts; called i:w aour, and a thousand other things. Post jouttrtsi .", do. Goldceken. who went to tho Black Hills in search of tho precious gold nuggets, mi the reports heralded through Irresponsible journals, are returning to the lino of the railroad by the hundreds, and in a destitute condition. Froia present indlcntkMU the Tuiko-Rus-sian'war uoes not pruoiUe to be of a very long daratioH. Rmia U gaining ground and evidently preparing to make ft grand crufthing aawuitt that will end the war. i r " " Wool. From our California ftxuhftnges we flnti thti wool, such at- the Arl.oua tloece, is wortu l the way from IS to 24 cents, and that hi Jsa are active at 171 Sc. We learn that a little change lias taken , place u t:e roprieUrhip of the Yuma Sentln-' Mr. Tvhjj, however, remains In control of the cdi'toml department. j Hie '.':re Milton Iwtured in Sun Francisco this we,K un 'The .Mnter Motive,' Pinnf ,' s Miid to lx a d-erter. SFECIAL TO THE JlDYXll. Vienna, .May 2S. .Mnki tr ;aha telcnuht to ConMnnliii- oole tl.U lu. was compelled to retire Iwhliut . nue ollieers, I'Iraroiiia by the iwsef IjmcHhiiUi and Dogh, ( it greot exU-n being tumid by Ktieaians. 1 1 barmy is In , Voal thenstoi Friday's Dittimtches. Wlekeiibttrg, Juno 1. Assistant General Supt. Rowelt, of Wulls, Fargo A Co.'h Kxpross, Is oil tho Mngo to-day. fiHJti his arrival he will coinuionco to ostab luh his niHi-e.H thromrhout the Territory. Passengers on tho stago to-day aro H. F. Bowoll, lion. Sumuel C. Miller, lion. Hush , Furlay. j Hon. John Kmlth, road eomiulssloiior, is ; hero getting the toHniphy of the country between this idneo nnd Phuuilx, mi an to let ! thneniiimet for building the new rond to. avotd tho heavy Minds of tho Huvmvn in a, will coiiipteto hh labora this day.uud work on tho road will coninieneo at an onrly day. Col. J. M. ltarnoy Is appointed agent for Wolls t FaigoS Kxpiehs Comiuny at Uh renlxtrg. ' Berlin, May 80. A MJinl-onicUil iapor continues to intimate that tho end of the war Is appioaolilug a eon cluwlon, and sJiysnn nriuWtioo is alrondyan nouiieitl. Stockton, Gal., May 80. Tliograml Jurvthls afternoon votwUhreo to nliio against Tgiiored bills against tlio Do- Y0tU,BS- Vienna, May 90. TlioTagbiatt stute that Wlskbta Piwha lins been dlsniisHMl from tho cominand, nnd will be courtmartlaled. It is dentel that a mcoting between tl Hmperor of Austrki and thoCzHi- lias been pnjeel. New York, May 81. A lUer, datwl Hnvnmi, May 3, ny there have been rumors of iMjoee negoliutions .it ManuiiiU Mwwii I'utmn Chiefs nnd Mar tluer. timiM, Uirough tho iiUorveittlmi of Areliblsliop Santiago do Cuba. It mnnot be duitiod that the goneml tenor of news fnini the Interior how a tendeney on the iart of the Mmmniiden iu tl fluid, to eomo to IHiieenble tirransvineuta with tle inrReiitf. I'hlcngo, May 31, A dispatch roeolvitl lhl morning t (Jen. Slioridans Uendiiuurter, from Lieut. "lark, dat.xl Rwl Cloud Agency, Mmv 2I, Mutes that after n careful lnvloitioij, they con sider the Cheveiiin story rotating to sluing Hull as ulisoluttfly false, that Chief leing north of the Yellowstone. Now York, May SI. The Sun's Washington sjkil wiys tho Prfiident hns ottered tl osiUmof Solieltor of the M'nuLsurv to (ien. Goil. T. S. Dhtriet Attorney o( West A'lrginlo. i-l... 0...i.l' .u4..l uvw lion. lortl hwves to-morrmw to resume eomiiiund ion the Hk Grande. Stntomotitw, showing I that exaggeration Imve Iteeit made Iu rognrd to Moxkim raids nereis the Uio (Jniiide, nnd that there ban Iteeii no raids made across the bonier forsix months. Washington, Juno I. It is said tlmt the l"releiit will recom mend, iu ItisiirM mossnip toCnngteiss, legis lation in aid of a Southern Paeirte H. It., but not commit hiniMlf In favor of any jwrtieu lar road. Aeeordinsr to leiwrts of the Internal Ueve- Uliiit uwuillng lsuarrtetl onto ut in W aterii Virginia, and re- astonisliliig fact that every luwyor (lunger of being cut oirfmm Krarntim. TJie j and oliicer of the Court in Mervor (ountj- is llussian AVilry i Hltwuly on Iuk ihink. eouueetod with tho whisky ring. ljoudun, Mnv 2. i Bucharest, May 31. Glaostone's nonuo ikiIIov is nHeivoil with' Sixty Russian sltW gnus expt-eiwl at Knla- derisiuu. fat to strengthen the tmtterlos there. The ltounmuiim iiiimstry is in irouuie over me LEGAL. SlicriiPs Stile. !! virtu af An eiMiilinti (itxtrt f Prrtaatt lYeclnct. Varaivr . ' 5 tt mwj. ii. 11. unin, May. IsTT. nnd to ma 1 avuptii pMiann. ana amtiux V. C Agu I y of .kl Ufftlnt, ami j Zr. hM troiwrtr bik. Im lonntl thrn tit . 7 11 m?1 UHt HIM (H vO ', iOU lluIUri lwl ar, r-rhiuj; and XTTrnlro mih. ! fi-utt wen in. cud u,at mar act rll ml i,1 ?lr tu&hi 11 A ral UvM tfu Mttt uVra alt th. rijht l'lvf-lk" whU tk- Mid J fKb4Bt had on th, CihV4 ol. In and t tbo Mtowloe decril-J wit : It Nabr two (2. In Illoek XuaLVT Nwww.li, la ibt. town ut PrrwoU, Ye:!, nnwnu. ..v.ni p avivuf given itull 0B Wedneaday, May 30th, A.D,Hjj At IT l . in iron l of tu cnurt i,.. , I In wta ewty and Trritwy I W of aboTB dxrH)d rt-at .ta(e a, . "' MUtfy Mid yx4 ?tnnt aod all ru, a , It, kwluTi 1'reMMtt, ila- 7, 18H. ttwL ivr? . tk- ' i V . . -Ul mm" -, Mie naDtl VtAtm V tljr vlt vt an xeriun iarj otit f ,u , IVmrt ( l'rwt !liBt by H. H. 1 ant J t Vt UHr tt. l day f Slay. ltr77, aaj to , , hi (Mrro Hk T.rritery of Arizona, fla.Btiffr'Jrcdlj N. KW Ctupr defecdam,, ,r 1 cr P fnUaU. and If .Mfflrt.ot Krnl lyr$r l!1"1"0 futtwt aii wtt at the rvl JfpTty thf mmrfftb Ul taKwn wkwk lb, bU .l.ffB.U-lt. had on tk JSflIlcill. Maich, irH at, m td to (he folto(oir dS"!i9K . , ntk-Ptenci veu 11 (tut- Un tanit ouar Mv Ibrraunto Wltis(ur. tloatfd ua TikvE,a arafwi ewtaiy. .iraona. ana Knuwn u tk -VlOtt W mm. ."w siva mat en d Wednesday, May 30th. A. D. Ijtj Ia i At li'Kk L, la frost ot tba roort Wm- ki . i.r-iir mt l'rfMtt. I mM cvuoty an.1 Trrritory i ,m - ttr aK for at j.abKo anetUm. lh b.0 fM,vcrn' f t Nv 4iMirUmt rvnl utate u nwy b Hrjifi ft i bo. r. nowtrZs 25: uu May 7, 1?77. Th abu m! to asm, JhopMi. lt, 3HB uffftt the ntnt im ,J7.'N uri 1 hy r4M4it of 1'aMl w ftrr, attorney f-r iWmie tllC Uy a T. Dt NAVAX. Ijmty. KD.r, Constable's Sale. red v s-nia, ich h .life ivanit . nnl v toJ in t: !Trelnt. C. V. fafe. Juc3 111 HfclUy ofJUy. "jdeei tut thuOmnlyofYaTaitSii tiu Orov!il. Mnv Tito Cldeo munlprers. Oharle- and John Slaughter, Hubert, and Conway, werw .son toneed t-tav t.i twenty-live year Imprison ineut. StaiubrtMik umk1 triaI, and wnMilen teneiv to twentv- en years and six mouths in the iMMiuentairy, lAOtdou, Mav ' UisiHtolirs to the Knglish I!nvoy ropreMnt j i " I reitflit team on tiie new road to i uma, via Airua Caliente. Thev will drive it them- selve?. iniiiu'litii,' pleasure with business. . vice eoncliu'e!, ami congratulations of the Tho deliyhttul coolness of the .-prinsj bride over, the company retired to the bull cems a thins; of the jwnt, and for the la&t , room which was decorated with fetoon. of few days the thermometer ha- cmwded close j .lowers, and evergreen, with tings mid other on to a hundred in the shade, but to-dav is cold and w indy anil there are signs of rain. C. AV. Keevo. a detective from Frisco, ha been in town for the last few day.- waiting to escort V. H. Scott to Sacramento, to mi. swer some "rave ciinnfes u ueiaieatiou. Joe I'hv, wlio lives at Aua Fria Station, lost twenty-nine head of cattle. Hulicvim; they had been rnn oil by Mexicans or In- iiLH-orations ami emoeiiisumeuiA emoieiuaiic of the occasion, which caued a beautiful aroma to permeate the whole atmosphere. Alter an honr'j dam-iiijr. the company re tired to the dining-room, where a spU-utlitl dinntM- was laid on a table ."i0 feet long. Here wit and humor tinned freely: tlio bride and groom were toasted, nln ffn host nnd mtettss. Alter thus Jortil vmij the inner dians, Joe came to town and takUi! one of j iimn, the dancing recommenced and contin oy a tew precious villians in Preseott. How was it, Mr. Wasson, when your peo- le managed to get the Capital away from 'rescott ? "Was it on the stmarc ? We will defy the Citizen man to show any fraud in the taking of the census iu this county, ex cept it be that it was uuder-taken. Wc know of one little valley that has a popula tion of 150, and the census-taker only suc ceeded in gcttiug S9 names, as the balnuce. at the time of taking the census, were out prospecting, attending to their various herds and other avocations. And the same can be said of many other places. Yavapai has, to-day, at the least calculation, li,000 inhab itants", and they aro nearly all gol, Ameri can, bona jidt citir.ens, and do net wear aud stmt in sandals, or owe their allegiauce to Mexico. Insinuations on the part of the Citizen, against the people of Preseott, arc unworthy a thought from the honest people i ued till two o'clock, when breakfast win an- anxions j nounced. after which the ball opened with he MorrillJs4 with mil. started for the trail, telling his friends uot to be about him. Last Frulav, however, hu long ' renewed vigor, ami continued until daylight Thev absence was thought alarming, and a ol three started 111 search ot mm. found his trail following his herd, and re turned, and on Sunday Phy came in, having recovered twenty-seven head of stock. One of the two missing was killed ami eaten by lw Iintinttv It is nrolilil( t tint tu'11 Mivi- cans drove oil" the herd, as one of them w as ! divided into throe mat iii.c insinni mcw are iiikcii, wie iuis sums will ce within st!ikiugui.t.tncoor ( on Mnutlnople from the east within u month. Now York, Mayjy. Fletcher I Iarier, .senior member of tiie firm of MarHr rrthers, died this morning. , New Hoilford. May a. Sehrxmer New lied ford, 0-feet long, with CkH. Ti-omas Cmixaud wife on bonrtl, tll- The inarriaew er-1 od to-tav .'or Iintlott, Tho smallest craft . ' .!.-- .L ... 1 . 1 .1... r . . . mill ai'.unijnini nil- mu. Wathinuton, M"nv Ji'. StH'retaryof Trrasnry has (flrectotl that at the cIom of the present month an tnnoiiut of gntnl.icks be addetl to tiie sMeiid ftunl, un der j iut resolution, for the Imduo of silver, whi'i'h. with tiie six million dollars aliendv hot aside, will bring t lie fund opto the amount called for. St. Petersburg, May 20. The Russians defeated tlio Turks at Oka ntin. Itnmor from Vienna -sy that Stiltnn Abfiul )lanthi will alHiimite. and internal troolde is feitretl at Constantinople. Min isterial crisis still continues. Itueharest, May IS). It is itxtKteted tiie Kus.sajis will em's- the Danube on .lime 10th. 1 London, May 20. I Semi-oflleial advices suv Uiissiu. Uernmiiy j anil Austria have reached an undei-statulinir ; that the war will be loenli;od. pupor currency project. Jlie I-oroign Min ister will ask for (iV',,i to give the Oznr a titling tveejUloti at linulumC Some Itushi Itawniks erosj (ho I)hhJkj at Kaluaeaeh and rapturwl 11 militia and cut oil" lliecnle.s. if their legs. Alexandria. May SI. l'gyntiiin truuspnrbi hnvo ihH. yet sturtel with the I-ryptkin foutingtnt for Turkey. A Hiissian man-oi-wur is walling lurihoni m I tho Moditorntiioau. A Turkish iron-clad is lexiweletl on the Ith of June to escort the t raus jHrts. San Francisco, Mny 31. Nine more criminal ehnrgvn of obtaining money under fnlst. pretences have been pre ferred ngniiuit Pinney. Washington, May 81. letter from a native M IssKsippinn to a friend in Washington savs he would 1 mur- TiiBarriav or Aawoxi, OecsTT er Yavatai. j IlV riitatfHf au eseautiim W,ud 1 1 CHtrt. lmeu lrrelnt lMWf, duly ullt-jW 1 w ilHrisl ia htw ur iu umnty of VaTajitt Ifc 1 the anitnaanded tM autV out vf th penonal intf 5 to tl drft-ndimt. and If nflleiHt thtwiojI ..,. ilUn , lniadlha.-.t the tal jTopcrty. tb uu UtfeJV,, ., 1 dollar JadjrwMl. i od IsVlOO dolUrt l-wa'.w 01 U ta we that aay aecruv. bimI failing hi fitj fctt hit )ml jri''fiy uafurrMlit, I hav Uriti. caZ takes ail th ripht. till and iqtcmt nhlth U tt4?all0a fesdaat ha I an thr Hth day of March, 174, ta UTetf, tho frtMHTttr d-crilsl TOirty, to wit 0a .,, claim. m wntoT-irhl and amwtra altachrd, , at taw month ( h( W t'.uloh, uearth lla.ufum j,lvonl lie U her, by tlmt ua In til Snturdny. 9th dny of Jun, IB77, ncatl At ltwViwk M.. la ftwnt f tlw rour Ikki- uti, (it of a( I'rvMutt, la mtd county aa.1 Twitery. 1 BWtjy & $tt tmb a! pa Wis atwtWxi, fur ra.h. thv nhul er kks' n tt th aww 4nvrihd nirrty ni may b sm. wtl.fy mM MdcMDt and all rwt.v ai ih law dtttui bv t m , T7 '' K" "","sfETr. -cclc t J. ,rtai .Siiiumoiisi. encu n d ai:i7aj:;a uuikuitouv, UaHeJnu.TrfiWhnirist: Cot VTV ut Y WAI-Al. J ColuraJn Itwa tlfc tl Si.vBa Vhul Solumox Bahm. iiircV Jh Snhn UrnHk, jtnttiffi: a3 a Yh an" hiHrhy hihhkiio1 tu btr and apjrr Ufni SO C( wn aaHng Juiriw tti tt l'i-, fer the pmiartrfCii. Ch; mdo. Yarri eoiinty. AriHOH Territnry at tDyoJittj",. Swirvniv, Yhthih! tstnntv. Arinina'Triritbrr ui'lltlC 7t day t Jnly. i n. 1S77. at 1 u'clork A. v, t 8ncek 'l'lif VIicc1t i:jx-illt Ion. A Washington dispatch of May 13th says the Wheeler expedition, which is about to take the field for the sonou of lt5?T, Avill be ectiom; one of which, Then N grwit exeitonieiit among the popu- I Caleilonia 1.70 lation on the Island of Crete. Thev will California IWa wait 20 davs for an answer from the Turkish i Consolidated Va...2t)i dered could his neighbors discover him. 1 Ie ! rwwjdalnt tnad tbu day N-lore inc. by STnvrat:c , was iu tho Confederntonrmv during tho re- j iiir. N. M.. fur jrxmal Bt W Utrs?" . bclllon, but Nince reeonstruetion he lins been a constant KopuhUcnn. Ills wn was assaslu ateil iu Mississippi for publicly avowing his H)litiail sontltneiit-s. if this condition of tilings doe inrt somi ehauge In less thtiti live I years tlio North will matin havo to enforce.' with lire iimlMiuni ubeWfoiux ( tUt, natimi ' law. The President has decided io adoivt Jerlbr sou'h dtMHriue of changing all foreign min isters; who have been in olttco four yours. San Francisco, May 81. Mining stocks closed as folio ws: Alpha tvtj. Leeds Itelchor. .oo!l9vlathan Host ,t Itolehor.. .10.iMo.iwiii. million t.UO Manhattan Northern Hollo, government to the demands- of tho poople after which an appeal will be made bv llic his church-going has never interfered much. The recommendations arc entirely in ac cord with the policy these Peace Commis sioners arc trying to bolster up. The exten sion of law for the protection of life and property is a capital idea; the Indian has about as much respect for law as he has for religion. Compulsory attendance at boarding achoola is very good, but wo don't sec where the compulsion is to come from. Mr. Clum is no doubt a very strong aud able bodied youth, but wc doubt his capacity to corral ull the little Apache?, between the ages of cven and seventeen, on his reservation, and to keep them at their lessons. They might stand up to the board as long as the meaU last, but no longer. The last, or ninth recommendation, like a ladies postscript is the most important. Jy tho addition of a proviso that the per quisites be cut oft', we are strongly in favor of it. This would be practically closing the escape at the bung-hole whilst opening the 5pigot, by which the public treasury would be greatly benefitted. Such views and recommendations as the foregoing make us wonder whcthci wo will vcr learn how to ileal with aud manage the Indian question. We have no faith in auy system which, like the present, is making an increasing demand on the treasury. ?one will cver'bc n uccc- that does nofshow de cided progress in making the Indian self sunnortiutr. Wo have no hesitation in sav ing that if he cinuot be made to maintain himself he should die out, and the nice de serves no better fate than to become extinct. offered for sale at Decker's station by a the Colorado section, will reude.vous at' Mc.xicar. Finding themselves pursued they ; Fort Lyon, on the Arkansas, Colorado; one. i left the band hidden near Uila Bend, aud the 1" tab section, at ( gden. I'lah. and one, I made themselves scarce. the California section, at Carson City, Nov-' Pho'iiix was lucky in the hit mail robbery, j ada. j as neither the money order funds from, the j There will br sjv regularly organized j postotlice nor the checks sent by Dan Doit- parties, which will prosecute a systematic, rich were found by the robbers. but reached ' sun ey covering bells measured by the San Francisco safely. ' rectangles, the work upon each of which J. D. Moniham has negotiated to-day for , will iinally appear iu a complete atlas sheet, the sale of his corral aud livery .stable to additional special base-measuring and t riau John Lutgurding. the trausfer to be made ' gulation party will operate in connection J August 1st , with the Utah section, and another ecial , C. M. Clark has sold his half interest in party will occupy points in the Sierras, , 1 our course, has oeen, , the nmch for chnrIcs. Websteis' mule-train, esting section in topographical details. with which he starts out lor Preseott in a day or two with bnrlcv. S. C. H. IT tlu fSti7in knnvi of frrmrl. whv not conic here and nrove vour words to be those of truth ! Your course I however, to insinuate, insult, etc., and not back up with proof. Crown Point.. i . . i . . t ie IVIUTJMI . Ull Cirtansto the meat jwwers asking the up-1 tiould K Lurry... ivointnicnt of lilatNtone, under the title of , imperial ton..... Prince of Crete. 'Justice Itagusjt, Mny 30. Anti-Turkish movements, in Servia have tkenpod all control and Prince Milan is forced" to preHin for war despite the strong rcmoti stnitions tf foreign representatives. Alox anitr. aud other towns on the frontier aro le iug hastily fortilleL speedy resuuiiiioii of hostilities is regarded as eertaiu. Ihiclmi-est, May 20. The Koumaniaii army will uot cross the n.tmtbe w ith invading forces, but will re main on the Koumuniau side to guard the rmht think. Liverpool, May 2ii. Hearty cheers were given as General (Iniut disemlmrked from the Indiana. Tito Mavor wehwiied tiie ex-Presidunt. and ex tended the hospiianues or the city Uphir Overman LIU Siurni Nevaila.... .14 S Union Con Utah , Yellow Jaeket.... G.50;Snvngo ... 71 .10 . .SO ,. .30 . "X !!itW .12 ,.12 . 3.70 ..4 UK r ll is said that General George Crook, the conqUCr of American Indians, is to be fentto Utah to inquire into the troubles existine in mat icrriiorv, oeiwecn ine l'olvgmists under Xaj)oleon Turk llrigham and" Sn Gentiles. If the exigency of the vise oemands it, General Crook will un doubtedly order more troops into Utah. The Chiricahua Inn-ks are in the moun tain! committing their hellish deeds. So muci for ClumV mi vice to the Indian bu rcaf, advising then lemuval ftoiu Kcw Mca icv to Arizoaa. Col.- 1L J. llinton iu a lottcr to his paper written on his recent trip through this Ter ritory in speaking of the necessity of San Francisco's cultivating the trade of Arizona and the prospect of completing lines of railway through this great mineral region, savs : "San Francisco interests will do well also to take note of tho activity displayed by the railroads ol Kansas and Colorado in pushing construction forward in New Mexico. The Denver and Hio Grande Narrow Guagc Railroad, the Atchison, loneko and Santa Fe anil tho Kansas Pacific are all struggling now to first occupy the luo Grande valley The Atlantic aud Pacific and the Texas Pa cific still swing in mid transit like Moham med's cofiin m mid air the one in the Indian Territory, and the other in Texas, without anv immediate prospect of further westward construction. hen the time conies, however, and it is not far distant, that cither or both the Kansas and Colorado roads reach Messilla or below in New Mex ico, the business relations of this region will bo currcntcd to the Fast, unless in the meanwhile our capital, skill and labor in all brauches of the massive activities that are opening here shall have laid an equitable mortgage thereon in the amounts invested and the spirit displayed. Sii.vkii Kino Mink. The following from the Yuma Sentinel, will give the reader an idea of the wonderful richness of this mine, from which the enormous amount of four hundred and thirty-two thousand six hun dred and ninety-one dollars have been taken out during twenty-five moms since its discover-, without machinery, and with but a handful of men, as it were, to do the work : "The net receipts from the rock raised by hand w indlass during the twenty-five months that liave elapsed since its discovery, ship ped by wagon to Yuma, 240 miles, thence by steamer, 2,200 miles, to San Francisco, w'here it was sold to the highest bidder: Krom tbo JLM day of Mureb. Ii73 to Jan. 1, 167C 0 montbi the King- nrtttd Dorinif lt7G 12 months the" Kit; Betted.. . During 1677 I months " " " Now in transitu, ore Uiat will sat The New York Herald, in a late issue, in commenting on the best means of utilizing the snvage Indians, wisely asks: "How would it do to enlist all the wani ors as United States infantry, drill them thoroughly, and then, as we have no war on hand, set them, under the control of army officers, to building their own barracks, ploughing and cultivating their 'own fields, and oamiug their living f That also, how ever, would do away with Indian agents, contractors and the w hole swarm of people who have for half a century lived oil" the In dians. It would even do awav with the In dian Uurcau, aud that is, of course, cnoug to condemn the plan. It has some merits nevertheless; but when wc remember that it would abolish the whole Indian Bureau, as well as the Western ludian King, wc give it up." Owing to Congress having failed to pass the appropriation bill, the chief quarterinas tcr has been instructed to make contracts for six months supplies only, the contractors running the risk ot getting tlieir puv tor anv supplies furnished under such contract. It strikes us that tho novel idea Congress htu Uetio j nil Grunt returned thanks and accented the St KOiCAi.Oi'KUATiox. Mr. Miircutt. part- j Invitation: will visit the docks to-morrow, nrnf Mr Smith ni' l.vnv f'r,...t ivh.i l.,f, ' !,Iul PP-- K'.g to London llltheafter- .8 90.0W) . l'.T.l . .5.000 Total,. tl3i,.Tl of subsisting tho army on wind must have originated through some of the Pacific dele gation, who have learned what wind is trom having visited California street frequently. whore nothing else is used as a means of subsistence. It won't do in Arizona. A Mistake. Wc have been sadly mi. taken in our statements regarding the In dian King at San Carlos reservation issuing ordinary Sonora steers at an average ol ioU pounds. Wo now, cheerfully, correct our former statements in view of the facts that wo have done the ring a great injustice. We have not told our readers all these hon est contractors were makiug with tho aid of tho juvenile agent and o.dy wonder that tho Citizen has not corrected our statements. Tho real truth is, that instead of Sonora beeves being issued at 7o0 lbs, we should have stated SoO lbs. Out of four hundred and fifty-three Indi ans moved from Hot Springs Agency, X. M., only thirty bucks arc amongst the number. The remainder are said to be in the moun tains, and it ie claimed that thov aro killing men aud plundering in Woatorii Now 2lca-ico. Five men were recently murdered by the Uto Indians, noar Latta Mountain, on route from Fort Dchance to the San .luati mines. The names of the murdered men are un known to us. Tho Southern Pacific Kailroad is now a a .1 S. I 1 running regularly to tnc uoiorauo ormging . . , ii i i- i i.r.i jiorcnnmiisc ami uiKing bullion, ore, oto. back wool, hides, left ; Preseott sometime in March on account of poor health, had, after arriving iu San Fran-! cisco, a surgical operation performed on his ' body, by that eminent physician Dr. 'Poland. ' Mr. Marcuttt has been ailing for t'te last three years, complaining of a heavy load and severe pain below the pit of" the stom- ' ach. Dr. Tolantl decided to open him and ! make an examination ami try, if possible, ' to find out the cause of the severe pain ex- . pcr.ciiced ny the patient and at the same time locate the disease. Accordingly he opened Mir. Mnrcutt's abdomen, exposing the bowels to plain view ami found three en largements, each the size of a hen's noon. San Francisco, May 2l. Tho Pacific mail steamer City of Sun Fmn eisco struck on an unknown rock, Mav 10, at !':1S a. in .and sunk iu(2miiiutcs; uo'livc lost. Tiie passengers arrived at Acapttleo, May 1Mb in ti Mexican gunboat, ami would leave May 20th for San Francisco. Tlio weather at tho time was clear aud bright. The Costa Hlen is due hero to-morrow. Vienna, Mav 30. Humors are that the Austrian Minister of War is aloiit to Imj replaced by 1 Terr W. Molinary, Governor of (.'robin, the leading member of tho Slav military jarty that ad vocates the Annexation of Bosnia and Ilerz govinia to Austria. Over live million rouble's nave ooeu raised lor idissi.iu war by voluntary contributions. Gold opened at t' ; currency, trade dollars, "Hi1; silver, l . I I NEW ADVEimSEMXTS. ELGIN AND WALTHAM Write for a price list for 1S77, now ready. K. V. KODDLV, Chicago, Ills- E. O. GRANT, W 1 CK 1 IN 1 1 C HG, A IU .ONA. MlALKK IX GENERAL MERCHANDISE, CHEAP FOIt CASH. All order filled jnuntiy. ellf HsAen lmbtttil v Hcxint him, nnd tlirrntetided iUn S bet Hj Ibe ue if dendly wMsm!i. in l!te town of jg gg tmaaty and Territory Hlwrr tHiniSfca ur srt G1 t toy wf April. A. I. Is77. lMinaclauid. ttmlU-""r drnl (g;W daWur. awl it vt this r-nlt. w (IjrOyei will We taken again! yvn for the same. If yoa fail hf rntu, HSr and awee J (Urn uM- '.v fXU .lay id May, A.UiSiUFC- , , rcs Est ray Notice. "the rtMMhlwitk tiie brrd er lho nuder.tjelied oa BrttP30 Head rWleen mUe Hunk f Camp Verde, va er5TllC DnvmWr Ut Is7lJ, two teer, eiplit ynfuU.xVjt.Vl, ad tvbHe. the other H il brindte. lU.tti lirasde4aa , . Ml hip Jl tlieonnrrl rriueted to call, iiar jtfiS5iiritl pny ebarge aad tike tbcm ritrav. mil) " WOODJkKOOir I'rexvlt. ilny 11, 1ST7. ot any rig la Owen district, ilcCrcaklu UlU, Sluliave IVwity.Xt. 1WCI i o i ie nereuy noutiee tutit ll you Uv not arpr it (j 1h nt-.Hy (W days from this date, and )y tu C Cln ophersen ymir proportion of the assessment areiw,e V Ity hrr, tar undersii;ncd nrlll cUtm nnd forftit yairy vs terest la sahl lode, acevrdimr to tho ml Inffcrtrtrffii ;lv ilHriot. C. CHKISTOI'lIEK-siiX, m"-. lUnU-IIIe, A. T. April 6th, 1S77. ifOs. Ut ti Sale of Ciovcrmueiit Propertf. orn AISSI Yi mv tr.t-OT, A. T.. JlarfhiLlS ,,,- Titer wilt! wwddnt Inblie Auction, at UiisDfrtulM 11 o'eks k, h. ui.. on Tur.ly, the l'th lay f Jsx urt 1"T7, the tidlonrin artlclM of clothlnir. n Kwjrrrnw- im4i e.1 fgr th pulilio servictt. xlz : XUHJ Hat IVnihtiv ta . Hal KatU. Ia lint fneil SntirM. iSUUlBarH cnc 6SH Hat IltiTS. 131S Hat Nutnlwr. 53 pr.Ota" 10 11 NTS. 203 do. 1st Sntts. do. .ert.. 51s do. C"f?4 fl.:c 2d Cudueeus. Tti iirs. Shoulder Seales K C S, 19je.fe. , . Ser?ts. aI pr do Prirs. 7C Sihrs, 10I2 pndwIUS1 1 1 12 pr. lloota. 357T yd. Vorte.l Lhc liSH palnilln piss ' staples and Leys tor shoulder scsile. Alo a lot of te- Notice. To John Viimh and nil others drritinjr title by M ' lelloa, iu the uilue Vnonrti ns the "Overtook, tiiiriMsi it . . .... i , ...... ... ... - ...... viiii, uv voliinl'irv nl i-ilnlliti grown to the intestines, which he removed j Constantinople, Mav 30. very easily, placed ercrvthin! in its proper Tho Forte has made levies upon the Chris- place, sowed up tnc aouoiuen, anil in nttecn , " ior iwo numircd tiiousjiuri troops. days after this skillful operation, Mr. Mar cutt was walking the streets of fjan Fran cisco and is now a -well and hearty num. So much for science. Notice ! Notice is hrely given that the .Weomrnt ltoll of Oie Villnc of lrroott, for the year 1ST7, is now completed, uimI will ln own fur public itisirction nt the ottleo of the yilltre Keconler. nt t'rvMMtt, fur the spjee of rtv diy front the date hereof. durUip which titneiiHy person tlilnk lir himself nsces.nl too hiirti mny uiuVo cvnipUtnt to the Assessor, nnd If satisfactory pnsif bo shown eon havethe u tislnoed. .1. P. Ml'. DOU, Vlilnre Atssor. 1'rescoU. A. T.. May 1S77. Surveyor-General John Wasson, editor in chief of the Tucson Citi7.cn, in his paper of Mny 25, indulges in complimentary terms of i it.tz the people of Yavapai comity, ami IVesCott , in particular, lie calls them precious vil lains, etc. These arc endearing names for the old pioneers who have stood by Arizona in her darkest days, and have fought, not only against the common enemy, but against carpet-baggers and others whose aim has been to keep us back, through misrepresentations and otherwise. Wc have lived out misrep resentations, slander, Indian war, etc., which have been thorns iu our paths, and now, at a lato day, when tlio sky is clear, a little slur from the Tlironc of Falsehood will not etTuot the people ivho have, for years, braved dan gers of everv conceivable nature and kind. Hlow, llrutus, blow! 11kciu;:tino. The Mormons have recently sent to Europe twenty-seven missionaries to recruit in that land. Among tho number that went wc notice tho name of Joseph F. Smith, who will have charge of the Liver pool agency. We are informed that the S. I 11. I?. charges three cents per pound on wool from Ehrcnbcrg to San Francisco. Wells, Fargo Sz Co. are nbout to establish an ollicc in t'rescott. inoir Agent will irobubly bo in to-morrow morning's stage. Montreal. Mav :10. Another disastrous lire occurred thismorn ing by which about sixty houses iveni iln- stroyod, ami about the same number of fam- 1 dies' reuuerrd homeless. , hinh wind was 1 mowing u. tue time and tho ilames spread rapid!,. Itorliu. Mnv SO. Order i.ivo been issued to-dny to rofnforco Mra&oourg, and horvene. Paisso Ilobles. Cal Mav 'M. Several shocks of earthquake wore felt hore thin morning, lasting soveral seconds. San Diego. May 30. 'I he steamship roia itica arrived this morning with the ivwsonccrs of the wiwked steamer City of San Francisco on board. Territorial. Tucson, Mav 2P. Sale of capital proierty just closed, most of which brought a ood price, b'eci-etarv lloyt iafwrmod me that tho bulk of tho pro perty woul.i be boxed up bv Thursday night, and shipped for Preseott on Fridav next. Air. Hoy t v. iil sUrt. some time in tho "early tmrt oi noM weeic ror l'roscott. tlio capital of Arizona. j. g. Phamix, Mav 30. Mr. Kvwo, ownor of tho Howe Gold Mine noar McDowell, was shot and killed by Kd. Munroe, who canio in to-day and gave "him. self up to ihosheriiV. Tho quarrol was pro voked oy llowo. who fired tho first shot. Tt lis also reinrtcd thatMr. MIddloton and son wore Kii.oa ai v ncatuold s. .No inirticulnrs. Yuma, May 30. Nino recruits for tlio Sth Tnfautrv band lcavo hero to-day, on tlio Mojave, via'Kiirun berg, for Whipple. They regaled some of our eitizdUH with fine niiisic. Ulovon re- eruus tor .-nonnve go on the snmo boat. The weather last night was extrontelv cold, but a .1... :.. i.liw. t " AUCTION" !! Uy re.uet of Jlr. Juv Keynolds, (who is alsxitto re mote to Alexandra ) I will sell, ut bi reideBce.J,oosd Flat, on SATURDAY, JUNE 9th, At It o'clk A. M 1877, ntu :cre cvo tan .her. ':au see. Out of 100,000 soldiers who served in tho Mexican War only 9,063 were alive iu 1S75. HOUSEHOLD FUIUilTUKE, Consisting, in part, of 33eclvooni Sets. COOK STOVK, KITCin:XWAKE, Spring and Hair Mattresses, t'lmivH, PictuifM, Single and Double Ucdstentls, CKOCKKKV and t'.I.AS.SWAltE. ....ALSO. ... An A No. 1 Qrover & Baker Lock-Stitch Sewinj Machine, Books, Churn, lite, Ktc. J. Ii. KISHETt, Auctioneer. May 29. 1S77. To Mil! Owners ! A number of tlio loadimr nicrelmnix nt LosAncoKw aro visiting tlio city. Col. JtaMlIqy, t. M., has gono to SanFmu ciico, on a month's otllclnl business. With twenty vers extrletiM us Kin-lnfrr MnnhinUt. nnd UlacVsmlth, tho tindersied otfers bis servlci-s to Mill Orrners Knnilly lis hu ex)erl In piin)Uinj-. set tiitff up nnd running steum onsines and luarhlnerr. or ericea ns (jeneml r.nglnrer nnd Mnoblnlst, ohh be ob tnlnrd on rfiiMiimlilo trm by tlyin,r by letter to look Imx VM, l'rescott, or lu ymnvu nt tho otfl of the Mluinjr llureou, wot side of l'liua. of 11, 11. Mutruv or K. t. l"ark.-r. i?lell ntteutiou g Iven to nlterntluus ond newtr. unytfitr J. U. ItOYKS. used Ctothltkir conststinir lo rort of 75 Orrat C.S JaeVet. Cots. -IM Trowscrs, 17 Flannel Skirts, mm lletl Snoks. stores to be reiuoreil on day of sale. 7if ,Jiq . Cii1i lu Coreninient fnad. O. AV. linADUlt, . mylltl fapt,andA.Q.3t g-J )c t. Proposals for I'liildins: CoiurtT 'o c il(ling. OrFlCB OF THL' 110AKL) Of St PERYISOK tcca Ok the Cocxta or Yavapai, A.T. : ;inv. l'lUOjTT, Mar 23. ls. ,,a .sKAi.i.n rnowsALS wiu. UK itKCiuro eca at tho oRieo of the clerk of the ltoanl of Soierrl. Ul 12 o'clock !.. Juno 23, 1877. for the erection olaleS . . , House ued Jull for Uio rtmnty of Vsvcpal. -V. T- rr cortUnoe vlth an Act of the lieirfslatiire, apfroTed Iw toru ruary ith, Ii77, entitled ' An Act to proiide for the t" n.xn ti of County llulldiuc in Yuvajml County." N bHildinc will contain eleven rtnuns of the flliif Sn nensious. it ; s, nitsT ru)oiu t.x lletxinler'x iMIU-r Iftt. J,v -llt (Hn lif 14ft- tHS.a!ft. jIUll: treasurers " JSx'JUxM.G. Dist. AUy's " AlxH.lixll.f! l"rob.Judc " IdxeOxH.C. Sheriil's ' l.-ix2l.fixH.O, rire-ptthif Vault. 19xl.7xl3 SUCO.ND FLOOH. Court Kwui, t)ft.by 10rt. by 15fU2ia. bigh. Jury ltoom, 10xlxl8.2. lSxlttxl!1 2. HASBMBNT. Jntler's Kooia. 1711. by rf, tin. by 10ft. hi.cb. Furnacs ' in.3it5 y1H. Also tea Iron cells. 5x7x7. nnd two stoao celll, 111 i4.M.r?jt 10.2 ind ooo lS.tU'.UUVi . The bjHomont walls to W of stone from IwotofewW thkliBos. , uiieritructurc of Hriek. AVolls: JitifhvySKr' thick. Jil Story 17 Inches. Inside wU ol wctsJ.! Ured, ti inches thick. All Hie material used W the best iiuiltty. Koof tu be of tin ; flooring l"-"" e,l tKnnl U Inches In thickness. There wilt 1lw!V; doors and thirty-eiRht windows, R ler pUas and sr! cations. Oltlcc iloois to be 3.2x7.6 : entmace dor " 4x.(i. All to be lu accordance with plnas nnd rf,t" lions dmwn by CitmptieU ,t Parker, and now on S- the office, of the olerk of the Hoard of Supcrrbors, The building skull le ewuipleied on or before fl1 day of February. Is"?!. The llimnl reserves Ihc risht to reiect any and The sucsessful blddur or bidders shall py for tW verti.emetit, , lliiUiunslbncinipanIetlby a purunte. ,aJ two re4oosibIe inturanlors, that in case the bid Is ar' ed the bidder w ill. within 10 days alter iuveptam? bld. execute a c-mtr.ict tor the same with good JT ctent sureties, in doub'.fj the amount of the contract, w npproriil by the Probate Judc of sold county. All prioss must Im written as wellus sp,,f"lf ures. The place of residence nmt i-otofllce vi" bMdera shouUI neevruranv bills. , r ,. Payment will bo made In bomb of said county arvl. payuble lineen years tn-m the tUteof ir,,-"!2 barinc interest at tho rate of len per cent, per a" Piiyublenanu.tlly on the 1st day of Jaouarv f etT SJ; s.id bond-, to be'in denominations of " ttJ1r0jj . I iii i.ifiut,.F -t.n ntltl.-.t to tne sum c SM on completion and acceptance of the foundation Jj on completKm nnd acceptance of tho walls Bml"',4rf tuiUnce of contract price on corarletlen i""! ct,f the btiUdls. lly order of tho Hoard of S-'IfTj1y1j KB10K myXImt CItt- Taken Up. Cmhio Into the enclosure known as noshforli tt" mirw i town, two nrown uurses (.hy"-- u,, ti ' horses were tnken up by the underipned who a fc mnoh leased, on Sntunlny tho Suth Inst. iu - huiu.aiuii ... ...a. ii.nui.it' iuiv nimrres anil ts&".' awiiv. AVII.UAM nUlMhi- Ft5O0U, ArltMim, May 30, 1S77. vd I s r - v-. m -. -MBBViaaM.,. - ' " ' - " '"""Hiannu . a ... r. lPr