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FRIDAY, .1 1'XE . IS77
fki:tl Papcrofthi'Town ol'I'ivwotl ' WC1A.I. ; wra o: tie rate ot Timrrr cknts ver lute ms tauuauic cuU'rnr . Am f , rft .. . . .. . - r- ' l ! I. . , 1 . " . - . . MfVfN? insertion. cal Intelligence. I TUESDAY. STJEUis contemplates the erection of a ftory brick building, for rent. 5er Donnelly, a liradshawite. has dis- a gold and silver bearinir lend, and it the Clinton. Shilling houses arc in good demand m and when the Capital arrives Syill Ik1 still more so. rk Senator mill, we learn from Mr. Yl Vjia employe, is undergoing repairs. Ore faytiie mine is looking excellent. I iiMuuv na aoout i..imm ii..i .it fc ------ - - J V W w4 W iJind about tiO.000 head of Awu. and 4.- .- i . loiuu mr m i, tune a- iiium iihwv cTt (.. v II t v ili ship ail otfc.cN per m in -a niai on j-ndav morn nr. t i FTr.: 1 1 .-ii . - .... . - . c'i "jvin joiion iiniiN,Mi in tin; 1-j.iiv part ol ttfWuiim wi i k. ymh -ml Stewart have found a gold and flffclead. in Turkey Creek district, cmi CtSTf. ... i -i i ' jts imn -um :nm -nver, an. i iinvn con ; - ; """ tin ivui iniamry ami wilt change . m.. i ....... iiumeiliately. svn I ni-. Acoonling to kte--t iuforination the contract.- for BMiiit.g lucf at the San Carlos will be wjled to Mr. William Xrrkrndorf f Tuc jJmiI the ch im e- arc in favor of Smith -xse.s of I'luenix receiving th- contnict.- r. Wnd A Kobort-" Me-a lead of gold is Wg out an abundance ot $100 ore. Thev running tikis not tailed thu far to nav thealMtve gKl'lu Mesa hasiu ither waH-r bottom, pf but st'ems to be one mass of ore un ited in ouantitv. IHFJCT1C5 of Tin. Zvi.m.v MlMXCI CoM-f-At a meeting of the owner- in the id silver mine last evmiiHg. Hon. JSas Fitch wa- cho-en President. A. . N ice 'resident. Dr. W. K. Day. awtrir. II. H. Murra. Secretarv and Jav Kwlcv. Supcrrntendent. jm- - lAtx. e :;re once more t rented to a (JOBH niin. From all the indications we iKC judge that this rain is general all thc Territory. "With this last send oil", otifwill moisten the crust, a failure if iii thi- county will be out of theuues-j Bllav and gras will row in abwn- j Maud the result will be fat stock. j KUiott, of the accidental mine and rftompanv. is in town and we learn djkini that the ra.-tras are bein over- J led, coiiM" jucntly aie not l uiinin. but kon the mine i beinir proawuteil with j Hiai: rc.-ult. The ore is of a hijh grade iiow Kctttr man any previously taken ; (.im.-. ftHfin me ta-i ten year-that me nunc I master of thi been worked. m - - CMii) in m. One of the pioneer jiro j&n and ininiiii,' men, Fmnk Smith, with elatlii r ntloiiioii. Fenr. .loHtn. Smith Ijjyidden, have found a lead near the iatH in Lynx t'n ek di.-trict. runnin;.how JTat rii?ht m;li-j with all other leads in dijtrii t and have n:inicd tli.-tr dicoery Qimbirlaiiil. It a-ay well ami the t think it eipud to the Zalida which is ov nttmctin much nttcntion Cocntvin lo m .1ami-l P.m.mi:!:. The c&cf pro-pector. U. H. Poland, was in a!an Sunday, and told us of a couple of see the eritnhle t'!um, n he was out com- m Hriuirics. rcccnth made in iiii; Huir. upftsilf and partner.-, Mear. irts and Fo-ter. The-e claii Koboon. Kirts in- arc in vicinity of the jinvn ami are s'.had but little rich Me.-a lead which workinr Thesp mines .is,.,.. ,., fit.,,., .itt.1 .,1 tr. but th indication are favorable , Iret-cla-s bouana-. pai county lias tin- year planted to oatK- :mu otlier eereai aioiit .iw ISi In !(;:. the countv wa- tirt inlsab- iW the uhite mail : in I 'il. two or three ftk experimented on planting corn, ami bunj and I'lio-nix. ami l'luciii and riorence. hjcicf(l lOtl acres was planted thai Since that iktioiI. however, he has lived. JfB People became convinced that thi "jood. or fair, agricultural section, ami mpf Yavajtai -tand- next to Maricopa in onltunil industry. Maricopa i- taking tiil in this one particular hrauch. m - bg Ridhy and two Nevada miners have soon is itirtiier nevcio uiien;- nave tTmiadc, we. will have -oinethim; to -ay 4s mammoth lead. - Mutated yc-torday. upon the nuthority mc ot' Miller l'.ro-V team-ter-. that Mr. 5o ami Win. Bail' had re-orted to shoot it one another, at Desert Wells, wherein ifllcir ir-i killed. This seem-:, however. t have been the case, as Mr. Wilson t in the fraea-, but Mr. B.dr shot and Si. another man. We were surprised 23iiformcd that Mr. W. had Iwen inipli jtiin ii shootim;scrajie. as he is known ifcry ipiii t. inotlciisive j;ciitlemaii. We jipy 10 iiiukc mis correction, u c no il that Hair went onto biircnoertraiiu limsclf over to the authorities. c.vx War VKTru.vNs. At a meeting Veterans of the Mexican War, called " M J -I rc-nunce oi -nr. urove, ior ine mr- f orc;mizin an association of soldicr.- Iors re-idin in this Territorv. wheth- he n-irular or voltinteor force, engaged 3rexicau "iar, there were present Hanson, W. 11. Stects. W. II. Grove, Wilkins, Charles A. Reynolds ami V. Kautz. iiliiceting was called to order by Cha-. in. tvho stated the object of the meet- t t ....41" I."......,.... u. on in5 motion .vujrost . iiu is chainnan. and W. II. SteeL-. secretary. iotiou the followiii!; rc-olution was til. That the survivor- of the JMoxi- ar, risiilin in the lerrnory, oc re- to communicate their names ami te, in order that they may be notilieU ice meetings ot the association, iieetni'? adioumed subject to the call Ihejchairtnan . Jwsoott, A. T., Mar 2f, flP Ann st V. Kaitz, Chairiimn. flir. lts. Secretarv. Scompliancc with the above resolution, their names, the companv aud regi- j broken. Dr. Day is caring for him and ftdii which they served, mid 'their pros- j doubtless will have him at work, and all Aidrcs-. AN . II. b-riiRTs. Secretary. , nylit, in low nays. "Tip" "Wilder, the scntlcmunly proprietor of tin- st k 4 ai .uivil Rock, paid the Miniiu ollice it w4&4 ;!,;a morning. Mr. Wilder is oxtoiiiiv.ly ,nt'd in thu stock business which hi- porscaallv suneiinteinK in con nection wiih las other duties attached to his ! ranch and station. 31 r. Wilder is an excel lent judge ot stock anil with his extensive I. Notices in the reading romiNi will nuiK(N CIU hardly fail to make a success in dat the rate of TimtTr cunts per line Ids laudable cuU'rprise. AVe understand cr- -......, uu iiumj twtj u .inr or cucj inui iuu rusjue&ift liviniT near .ur. wilder are not exactly suited with the Ham land grant which they claim has been floating round tor two or three years and finally sot tied as best suited the owners of said irrnnt ; . ... .i ... iriespecuvc ot oiuer peoples claims. WKDNKSDAY. State of the woathor yu&torday, nt 2:13 p.tn l'roscoll tinio: Station. Thtrm IfiW M'mUnr. crdo 05 .South Lipid rain. II! . 1 1 a - . - . . WKenmirg u sotitli l.ieUit rain I'luvmx 75 S. W Tbmiton'tr. . f. r- . . . . "- iucsou to I'liir. Florence 7t N. W lVir. Yuma s. W Cloudv. Cuuipo, Cal.,...J0 South Light ruin. The town telegraph ollice will be opcued in a lew uays, at lvearncv . The rain at Walnut Grove. PcenW and Kirkland wHers was greater than here in I'reswtt. 11. M. Murray Ueti apMtitiiel n uotarv ( Hili U tto tovwiinr, lor the tiMtntv of avaai. The park train of William Simmons load ed with l'eck ore. arrived yestenlny fromtlie mine and unUmded at theAztlan mill. j Major Drum of the Sth Infaiitrv has transferred regiments with Major Mijier of stations UNViut i ii. m iw OCCH lOUHU in l lt'J-(lis- I jghiv h is caliulatiil to srpa- ail ot her 1 r. .tragic, a genial gentlcmnn. iri vl fjeru-js in that xH-tivu. The name of; la-t evening from Camp Vonlc. Tlw Dr. fjfff.'"' tlu LiUb ,;ry- "d the name of -ha recently returiHHl from an uxteiKlod trip tedi rnnd locator i David McMillaii. throurh tin ea-teni jvortion of the Torriurv. I.. Zeckendorf was the lowest Milder for supplying Indian agencies in Arizona with leef. for the coming vcar. at -iCi.-ly her hun dred. Smith A Steams stand a chance of getting the llour contrart at -fT.OO pr hun drl. C. 15. Foster has born awankil the eon tract for urveying the now ixwd from I'res cott to Rrad-lmw, bv the Hoard of Suner- two r,i-tras regularlv and the v'MrH at bi bid for same, which w. $191)1). 1 hat ol I.. .1. Jiennitt was 11)00. Lombj A Mitchel $1 17."i. Ai-iiiiNTMkAT. I 'cut It. Hranticn ha.- re-c-'ived JtiU apoiHtnient of jost-trader at Fort Whipp'e. I'er-ons desirous of seeing the signature of the new Secretary of War can h ive their curinaities gratitiwl by calling i on .Mr. nraiinen at his place ot business. Fort Whipple. We an -orry to state that Joe Kerr made j an a--auit on John Kaible 'his forenoon, ami ' reeiel a scere chiisti-emeiit for the of fence. Mr. Haihle i- a friend to every er on. ami had it not been for the long time he has known Joe. would have dealt more severely with him. Kerr was arrested by OlHcer Murrav. Mr. Thoma-i II. Head, who ownt valuable ! town iiroiiertv on the west, wde of Oranite i creek, oilers to M.-I1 tin' same at a very low injure. 1 he pnperty cmbiaee?- -i.Mcen Iot with two duelling Iioums and ither im-proveuient-. The projawty is in the pleas-aute-t Krtioii of Prcscctt. and a bargain can be reached by calling on .Mr. Head. A. KeyuoliK. Chief Qnarter dcpaiitnent ha.- received an invitation from William I. Reynold?, hi son. to be present at Wevt Point. Iiis station, on the K.th of .lane at which time the iiae& of is."' fdve the cla- of 1S7T a rnnd send off party. The cla- of lsIT is the irradut in cla-- for this year. The Colonel regrets his inability to attend, but his wishe-, are that hi- vonii; friruds mv have a "ood time. Major Wlllielni and Lieut. Whitucv arriv- : cil at Fort Whipple, on Monday, from an e.-. tendt.ll trip to ( amp Apache San (arlo-. I Giant and other place- of interest in tlw Territorv. Thc-e ireiitlcmen did not ijct to ! inandiii" hi fore?, and writintr corresiwn-, deuce for -ome of the dishwater iiiiera : don ii south who toot their horn in his ile- fence, now that he is in command of San j Carlo-, but -o si ton a- he i- xuoerceded. then ; they nill be the tir.-r to cry out "stop thief." , A- will be -jeii by our dispatch lnnu I'liu-siix, Mr. Kow-.-. of the Howe mine, fif teen miles north of McDowell, a killtil by Ed. Monroe. Monroe haa lived iu Ari zona for oijrht year.-, and durintr the llr-t three vear- nde the mail between YVieken- more or less of the tune, with Mr. Kowe. Mr. Howe leaves a wife and a larjfc family of children to mourn hi- death. We believe Mr. Roue wa- a brother to Mrs. S. A. Smith and father-in-law to B. F. Keaiu, of the Iv iiiir mine, and .Matt, ('avenue--, wai:oii master for James M. Barnev. (jreri'd i lar;e vein ol oiiartz in tlie vi- - fof Lone Fine, on Biy Bujj. The lend Mn.n vitv OuitKiis. A board ol survey to ca-ilj tr.ic 1 for a long di-lauce, car- eon.-ist of Fir-t Lieutenant E. D. Thomas, ' Mti-idiiable ijalena and i- about twenty Fifth Cavalrv, A. D. C, First Lieutenant i SJide. It i thought that the ore is of a .7ul,n n'C-oiiiiell. Ei-dith Infttntrv. Fir-t. grsidi. but owinji to the irreat amount in j Lieutenant H. I. Kingsbury, Sixth Cavalry, j is considi red very valuable. Very lit-1 js appointed ro meet at Whipple Depot. A. ; werk has a- vet, been done on the lead. ' T.. at HI o'clock, v. m., on Saturdav, the "Jiith j e l i i . .. ......i ;:....t.t .... in-t.. or as -oon inercaner a- pracucaiuc. 101 the purpo.-e of iiive-tiyatiiii; the circiiiiislan-: ce atteiidiii'' the lo-s ol certain tools, lor . which Captain John Simii-oii. A. Q. M., S. A., i- re-poiisibh . reportoil to have been -toleu by h scrters. The hoard will al-o fix the responsibility for the los-. Kir- Lieutenant (.'eore S. Ander-on. Sixth Cavalry. .V. D. C will jiroceed to I Fort Yitniii, California, and make an inspec-1 tion of certain ordnance store.-, tpiarterma J ter's tores and clothing, caini and garri-on etpnpnge at that post, reporieu 10 ik- uii- serv iceable I pon com iiletion th,-duty, L e .tenant Anderson will return to the-o Hendipmr- tcrs. 15v coiiuiiand of At'ou.-T V Ivaitz. TIIIRSDAV. Freight from San Francisco to Fort Yuma ranges all the way from $40 to $70 per ton. Ore recently milled at the Aztlan Mill for the Salvador Mining Company, lias yielded six thousand dollars in gold bars. Hon. E. G. Feck left San Francisco for home on Tuesday, and limy be looked for in town by the first of the coming week. .Marshal Standcfcr, whilst in Yuma, caught one of her Indian whiiky Tenders, the'subject being a Mexican. He lodged the fhnd in jail, where he will remain until dealt with according to law. J. S. Cook, a worthy farmer of Williamson Valley, has already commenced fencing his farm. Mr Cook has been in town after fencing boards and informed Us that the prospects arc more flattering for a large crop this, than at any former year. Serious Accidkxt. Charles Hcenan was rvhon, of the Mexican "War, residing ! severely injured this morning by striking a fes Territory, will please communicate . picK m ins ngnt loot over ui u up. LTr lit-mtrri. st. ,w,.t.,o;,. .,t Vnwentt. nf tltc iirtern was liiiurcu. but no hones Walnut flrovc Villon. "We have received tho lir.-t number of it paper, published nt Walnut drove by the pupils of the public school. The date of the paper is May lSth. 1877, and is not onlyverv : nicely gotten up, but con tail- a large num ber ot miscellaneous and local articles, to gether with poctrv, advertinemetits, otc. We copy a number of articles from the Union, and would gladly have used moio of them but for want of space. We think the chil dren h.ie done exceedingly well aud hope they may try and furnish us their pajier regularly hereafter in exchange for the MlNKU. Very cold weather for n hot climate. Fruit all killed about Walnut Grove. Vegetables are very backward this spring. People about Waluut Grove are very busy planting corn. Mr. Luke will soon have his mill runuing, and will cnuh ore very cheap. The jveoplc up this way look kind of blue since the big front killed all the iMjachus. The small-pox is in Hradshaw Hiisiu. Tom Collina it very sick, aud ii not e.xpjofed to live. 1U for Arznon. Ui md ot With ili aVM ud IN UiiwmiI f! r VW Ikr litil narfia. llh kit tail tfrrr Ml UV, iiKiadt rmuiy t inr k itIumV.. There i some talk of thu smelter chang ing hands and sttrtiu? up aralu. If it doe we cas-t to haieipiiie lively timet in Wal uut Grove. Dr. Walkrr t still in town, healing the sick and causing she lame to walk. We are -orry to say that he is going to leave us, as he intends to start a drug store in PreerotL Goorge Greene, rotntnonly known n -Hnf-falo," is at hi-old sUnd pounding away, ami ready to do any kind of work done by a blacksmith. He manufacture the celebrated reacting double-shovel plow. Mr. DihImhi and Mr. Arbuckle neut out hunting doer a few day aoand eautvacroas three luountain liont. With the help of a good dog they killed two of them and wound- el the other. One measured a little ovet eight u-'t from tip to tip. 1'rocotMllnt;- in l"iroinT IiuHL Jit Cantillu Mng mevnt. 1 was ihvs ent w lien Hauiou wg shot ; Joe Maasey sliot him: Andy Miles, Joe Masev ami mvelf had been playing together, ami Jee told Ita- nioii to let Amlv alone in- he would iet shot ; Joe got the gun from the house and held it out toward Kamou; K.nnon said to Joe an you going to shoot caps? Joe made no re- j ply : he then put a rap on the gun ami a HaiHon wac suing home be turned towanls Joe ami he was shot: there had been no . nuarrelin; Jw was sitindinjf in the door nf his honc when Iw ihot him; I aw him whin he aimed thenm; Joe had a pi-tol in his hand bef'vr he got the Kun. Jor Jowv fu tht bremaht ho nttd turn : I bhot liamou. but did not go to do it; l am j M-vn yean, old; I neer lMt a nn Inrfoie, but have carried it tor mv brother ah-n out Hunting: i no aoi Know now to toau a Ran. , So Ijrvj uLf.t r. Jack-on A The Jury found that lhuuon Salatar came Tompkins. Kudi A Wells lor plaintilf: How to his deuth from a akot fire-1 from a gun in im 'or defendant-. the hands of Joe Maviey. .No. :WI. Village of Pa-iott Vs. W.J. 'Hie Coroner, Dr. Day, hued n warrant Tonipkin-. Calvin Jackson and Jese Jack for the arrest of ilawcy. lie was, takcu be-j lOH. .Masterson and I'oniroy for plaintitl'; fore a magutrate and dicUare.l. Saluzar , nnrgrvo and KilMt vV Wells for dcreiklant. wa- sht in tlte cmitrr i)f the SrcHenl, the No 3;,o c. A. Luke v. C. C. Hean. liar-, ball jnwsinff out at the top of the head. . jnaril Web- r for nlaintitf: Fitch ? Alexaniier and IH'rrv, the ataiff rohhers. j wiTf hnioglu lck hi rt, fur trial, to-day. by 1 larslud -SUMHlet'cr, from Fort Yum. Mr. j StandidV-r catiif . far a. Julj Krbev'. in lvirklaml Valli-v. hv C. A: A. tau. whi're I he was met l a private cimcjanri. which : u sent oat ou innxsi- to meet him nml i lrin the rohlh-rs in. On arriving in to.vu with these road aent!, he Uk them to I'ort Vhipk and pt them in the gtutrd-hn- for safe keeping, the huildins there Ijeini: much safer than ur rickety old jail. Alexand -r, thinking jrobaM hi chance jfood for dnr to tlte jienitentiary for a number of yesrs. iomtved the ilca, on the rnwl belwi't-n Fki!l ;dicv and rr'M'tt, of making hi- ecap. ami to t'.tat ud he made a de-perttc effort l ) wrc:u h a pib! fr.nn the lia nN of the Marshal, w ho was Ua mucli J for him, and quietly told the youn; man to ' "keep hi" seat and h! would take hun in on tim-." Thee men will bp tried at thi- term of court, ami it i- to be hojied that we will not U- long trottlrinl with tlne freebooter. - ' 2st:w Mtxi. The folloivini; mines hnve been reeeutlv located and fileil for record at the iuntv Kecordcr'i ollice : Lady Gray Gold and ilcr. Tiger trict : located" by David Mc William. Clinton Gold and silver, BratUhnw dis-dis- trict: located by Peter Donnelly. ;.iM,mi ICaiitz- Gold and silver, llas-a- yamoa district: located by R. H. Walker and Richard Sparlinsr. La-l Chance Gold ami silver. Lynx Creek di-trict; located by Joe Taylor, John Taylor and Kn.il. Hattcs. 5lountain "Catv" Silver, l'eck di-trict: located bv George W. Bernard. Siliw Sinm" Silver. l'.K-k district: lo-. catnl by M. 11- Lumber;. ltemilfttor (Jold and silver, Ilassnvnmpn '. di-triet: locateil bv John O. Murphy, lav 1 G. Kelly, Thos. Fitch and C. II. Kitzpntrick. Monte Christo Gold and silver, lla..-a-vampa di-trict: locateil by A. O. Xoye?, W. K. Day, Tho.. Fitch ami Jay G Kclloy. i Anotuki: Rk ii Stuikk. .lay 0. Kelley di-eovereil. ye-terdiiy. in lla-sayanipa dis trict a lead which he named the Monte Chn-lo. On ln arrival in town Jie mane Uvu a.,.',v, frm ,1L. rrnppinr4 which w n,v'.,;v0 y. 3 - , s:'i. ..r -) 0:t-old -M. l. .-him r. .i.. .uo. suiu, .... .ou. ent or .... , ,.i - .., X() . Silver, $2GiM mid gold, $V2UM, ,ti. . . . r c...... -. Ti. t..,i .....s ioc,ited L-il... -t l.'-.l I...- tV.,. 1. It tlr Ilnv 0. we ll .til. IWillU Noves and Hon. Thomas Fitch. Thus arc lindimr leads, one by one, right at our i doors and -eeiningly eaclt di-covery surjiasscs ! all former discoveries. Wo sire in hopes that jiarents will see that their children are not allowed the privilege ' of liHinllini; lire arms ot any description. Cuns ami pistols in the hands of small boys ' nre ilanireroiis weanon. A warning should wku old, -without I il. . I . nr ...i.-is. v. 1 . rwr . ' realizing the consequences, pointed a gun at Kamou Solazar. discharging it, the contents of which instautlv killed Ramon, a boy of 11. Messrs. Scott A Wells, who have erected a nistra near the old station on Turkey Creek, have been in town laying in supplied and left again for headquarters this morning. They have a good gold leoil, arc good min ers and will, no doubt, make a success in working Turkey Creek ores. Mulvcnon & Roach, two enterprising men, oi great, cxpc.ricin-c m wi.-, and owners of the Turkey Creek smelter, have a quantity ot good liux on Hand which thev secured at the United States mine and thev secured making a run on Turkey Creek arc now ores. Col. C. P. Head, we arc sorry to state, has been unwell for .some time, and he has found it necessity to make a trip to California and probablv to the cast, for the puriiosc of re cuperating his lost vigor and strength. Judge J. T. Alsap arrived from his homo ai Salt River this morning. Judge AUap is one of our leading lawyers, and coinus to attend the term of the District Court, which hcrc ncxt Monday, The rates yf fare from Klirouborg lo Yuma is, cabin $15, ritlDAY. Wkathimi llinKiKT, takou at Proscott Sig nal Station, May 30, 1677: Tim. JlitroiH Thtrem. uwiiJIly I IIV.ii H'tathtr. 5:1 J ii, m S:13i..m 8i3s! p.n 30.M 30.1-J- Cntm H Clour. Fntr. Clrmr. 07 St 17 30 Haromoter eorroeted for tciiiporaturo uml eluvatiou. W.vxTiui A few cords of juniper wood. Apply to Per.well, at this ollice. Wc arc pained to learn, iu wo go to press, of the death, at Camp Apache, ol Major F. D. OgHby, comtnauding olllcorof that Post. Our. informant states that the Major died on the tlOth nit., of pleura pmiumotiia. Tho team of Johnny McNeill arrived this morning from Dos Palms with 27,000 lbs of u'afrorted merchandise for our merchants. This is the largest ever brought to this town from California by one ttmnt. Charles A. Luke, 11., came in fioni tho Hradshatv yesterday and informs us that his quartz mill is being rapidly placed in posi tion, and he confidently "expect to have everything in running order within three weeks. We would call tho attention of our read ers to the advertisement of K. 0. Grant, ickenbnrg, who keep everything needed by the temn-ter, miner, freighter or traveler mid has the reputation of selling dumper than any other house in the routhrrn or middle part of the Territory. Judge C. T. Hayilen, and Judge Itackus, w!k m'1s his name ju-t at we have it, with out prefix or alllx, etc arrived from I lav- urns rcjrv, in Jiaricopn county, last cre uing, and intend to remain with usfor a few day. They rsprctent the fanners in their section an in the heat of harvest, and that the yield this year a ill be unusually larye. The little daughter of K. J. Cook, Mayor of Preecott, is seriously ill with, we believe, nn atl'ectiou of tile heail. ximilar to bruin ferer. Slie has had excellent treatment at the huiidh of Doctors tiootlfvilow and Wor Utington, and Mts. Hnsli, Cartter and several other 1 ml sen of this place. She in a leau tiful child and is a favorite with all the iople of Prescott, ami we are only too well pleased to state that she is somewhat better to-iiny, and strong hoies are entertained of lier speedy recovery. Court Ctili'iuliir. No. 500. James N. McCiimUeos a. John If. PinruAn nml .I.onn stljnHirt tfulli .f- u'-IU f.ir nUintiir: Fiteh 'nml Hnu-.nl f..r defendant . j o. S. William Cole to. L. It. Jewell jnHtl L A . jewe. Hartrrave and Kuh & WelU for plniuUlf; Fitch and Howard for ,l.fpn(.nt o. Ml. W. Ii. Hou-e v. Win. (Uvin. C. j; Hitcheock and KiiaUth Hitchcock, nwr,.(;,HiUiii ami Jlaleron for plaiatill. j gruvi leonnrtl A: WVh-r (or pluintill unit Howiinl tor iielnnliint. XII. lanniu A. K-jed v. .1. W. Ilaed. SouiliHrlh for jiluihtitl'. No. 5WS.- Samuel Dennis . 15. IVnni-. Goodwin for pl.i'iHtifl'; l!..nl fordcfemlsnt. No. :M3. --William C'oh-. C". ('. ISeaii ami Marv M. Hca:i. Htish WdU, llr"rac Leonard A' WVber for iilnintilf: TTm. Fiffh for tii-tVndant. No. :tl. A, 11. 1'et'plu v.. Thorna .M. Alcxiuidor. Uuh V H for (ilaiutitf: il.tter-on for dclendant. No. XIs. K. Staulcj . Alice M.Mnnley. Harsjinve. Iitnanl : WcIht for jilfliiiUtl'- No. n.M.- K. (J. IVck et nl. vs. J.. lhiah fonl tV: To. and K. I. Ilowers. .Mnsturwn aal lltiw.tnl foi jil.iintirt-: 'l'ln- Filth fur defendants. No. Xi'2. A. llanN v-. Fi.iiici- A. Drak. . IIuh A: Wells for plaintilf: Leonard for feti.hint. No. :i:t. (.'. . (ienuii" va. I he Pinal t.oht ind Silver Mining ('onipany. Kush : Wi lls for plaintitl; Leonard for defendant. No. He.ei.iah Iirook- o. Alcxamlcr . Harris and Kd. F. Howcr-. .1. I. Ilar'rave for plaintilf; Ku-li A: WeIN for dcfi'iidunts. , No. ... Mupliea IJreon -. I). . i .Moonev. .1. I. Harrnve for phtintitf; Rush i A: Wells for defendant. N'o. .'(.". The l'eck Minim? C'omjiiuiy vs. K. F. Boners, Shcritl" and Henry AV. Fleury. j Tho. Fitch for plaintilf. j No. :.(.?.--C. I'. Head A- Co. vs. John W. Davis. Harjjnivc and Morgan for plaintiffs. ! No. :iii!. Levi Bashford vs. Chas. L. Hall j ami Mclvina Hall. Kush fc Wells for plain- j till": Howard for defendant. No. 'Ml. H. 11. Partridge vs. S. C. Millur it Bro. Kush it AVclIs for plaintiff; Ilow anl for defendants. No. :i?i E. F. Bovvers v.-. Philip Bieh- anUon and bainuel (.. jlillcr. Rush it eila l for plaintilf; Howard for defendants. j No. :!7S. -C. r. Head it Co. vs. Uavii and Newton. E. Morgan for plaintitfj. , .n. ,iacoo nun vs. ivuyiisi Hawaii. 1 Drum for defendant. IT.IMINAI.. I Territory of Arizona vs. Win. Malonc. I Paul Weber, Di-trict Attorney, on part of Territory. Same vs. M. Casner a-sault. District At j torney for Territory. j Same vs. J. M. Brooks assault. District i Attorney for Territory. i .i l. t I 1, t. i , r n Same v-. James C.Otis grand larceny. Ru-h it Wells for Territory; Hargrave, Good win, Leonard and Master-on for defendant. Ncsliaiinock potatoes, at G cents, zog's. at Her ds Fikst Qr.vi.iTY .Smith & Htcarn'd riuunix 1 r iour lor saie, at per numircii. at o. i.oi.n vv VTiiit it Hno.'s. d."i Hehlow baccos. keeps imported and to- Religious Notices. Tlio regular 1 1 o'clock cerviee , nt the M. 11. Church. .Marina Street, will be preceded by n Itve Ktmtt at J:30 o'cl:k, A. 51. All invited. Rev. .Mr. Campbell will fill the pulpit at the l. l' Cliti roll. u Marina street, on Sunday, at 11 o'clock a. M., when union communion services nf both churches will be held. In the evening, the Rev. Mr. .Merrill will deliver his usual Sunday evening- Ucturn. Rev. Mr. Hedjrrrfth will ize the plac of Rv. Mr. Campbell, at the. M. K. Church South, on Suodi y ocn inc; next, cnenuently the theie on "Tears," which Mr. Campbell announced last Sunday evening for hi dis. cou se theenmief Sunday, will ba deferred for one week, when jjr. Campbell will explainand probably very clear ly, loo, what real "lears nre. BorEuxr. KLIAS In Trocott, May 22, 1p77, to Mrs. J. Ulias, a oti, irclhinjr ten nnd a quarter pounds. .A. U CTIOjV! I will sell at public auction, on the I'laza, at 11 o'clock A. M. on Saturday, June -2, 1S77, FEATHKH BED, 31 AITK ESSES, PILLOWS, Ktc, CKOCIOJUY, TABLES. STANDS, MIKliORS, BEDSTEADS, Clocks, Shovels, Picks, Etc. ...ALSO. No. 8 Cookina Stove, Barrels, Kegfi, Etc., Etc J. Ii. KISIiF.lt. Auetloner, PllESCOTf. ARIZONA MACHINERY AND SUPPLY AGENCY. HENRY B. MURRAY, Sole Aifont for Uie Satv nf STHAM KNGiNMs, FROM TWO-IIOItSK Pover and upwards, Saw-Mills, Wood working Machlnury, Hoisting ltigs, MachinLstM' Tools, Steam Pumps, Comprossorh nnd Drills, Tur bine Wheels, lite., lite., Babcook Firo Extinguishers, Patent Automatic Ore Feeders, ltlaku it Wheeler's Hock lirunkors, Sturtevuut and Hoot Hlowoix, Kmery (irimlei-x and Wheel, Pulout Jinglno (iovuriiorH, leather t Itubber Jkltiug, Dreyfua Oilers, Fnlrbniilc's Scales, Two-Stump Prospector Mill, &cUUef Halter j. Uuek )r.iVr, four-fn Sltlr, The Regulator Wintl-iiiill, l'r IrrliratiB nal.risr hrk. et Any uf the alxiiTe rllolf. .Ivlirmt at Man l'reeou p-k, frlrighl JJfU triSrmtl lbi CiioufirN. :J Olrl r niul ia. ft Hi l'lura. aiialBiir Hayftcu CHARLES SCHULZE, BOOT MAKER, Ilu rrinriM-a and .;!Htl t bit old UuJ South of tbr W hue !! el Ao.fr 4. C.. whr liv hU I plrA.nl ! mi oklituit hvr Cttttow.r., iloJ uaraat to ll LEATHER AND FINDINGS, A l A RKASONAUr.i: ritOKlT. Repairing Neatly and Satisfactorily Done, IMltt' Oiiferi ttti SHp?;ri X&3 to 0rdr, Luteal anil Mnt Fanhioiiublo Stylos. 1 luive ftUu tlifrx bry A wrtkoN imtlr., with htxt.t. &l CuliiMittttf Imo u, hu-y, nliiii I will ! Cheup Tor Cali. t'ot ami euuninf my cwtalt. ail alxiMtl.fv yur fit tv nncr. awl iiuUtj T nwk atxl cl a iKirrmie Ml Ml) wum. lirsOD(t. A. Oil AS. SUIIl'Ir; T.. May l!Ui, 1577. Mvl&f. chas. k. KKKiirKiric cn.uiixa s. iiuuax. FHEDERI0E & HEENAN, Montezuma St., uert to Rnible'a Brewery. IlK.W.KltS IN .STOVES ASD II OME.MA.DE Tirf-WAHE, And Mnunlncturers of TIN, IRON AND COPPER -WARE, Gulter Conductors, I"1 in :xiil Iron 3.oiiiif-. "2rl,ronnitfttt'iitrti CiTi-a to ordi-r by lautl. BONES & SPENCER. A' -ttn l .. Mi'iiLiumj !rtt. two lur twiilli W ;trl- n 1'HJ ,Us TOHACCO CONFEC- TltlSKItV FItrir.t AM) FINEOUOCEItlE.S. We njt-tfui:j 101 m- Ui .l!-u::cn nf the fMiMio to . nr Unr ia are-t . Mk, .ml citamotre to QiVE ti.r fiiiict Mti6wiioo I h,"H lMrrhAM'"- We hv on li.ijil a full iuurlment of the i)t bniBdi of Cir -K"! ClrrlU, Fine-Cut ! t'l(Hf Sanokinti uml C'Ji- . i . f 1 uUuicu. l'iiws, l'uueh nnd Tbacc Bote, ut '.-Jrw k i n-. AWAY with a imlllojc hfr." after mk jmrph-iap ul u. ixl In tlu tm return for (Wtbrr miH(. Thaalihil hr )il 6tror. hi- IWit u (MUihhb ut Ibv Hlxinil futzvtmge betetufire brtowpd un lit, Knonritii; tbul our GOODS wilt Lar Iuitr ikM atKl oewuriMHi wilh nuy In tbe market. JAS. r.. 1IONKS. I HAS. I.. SfKNCKK. Irinvlt. Mbrrh ".'I. 1.-77, tiin ANDERS & R0WE, Jobber U'I Draler In GROCERIESj CLOTH LVG, Feiners' Hardware, Black and Giant Powder, LIQUORS, TOBACCO it CIGARS. SIG-HT DBAPTS Drawn on San Francisco in ex change for Ctirrency, without Preiiiiuiii. Soutli Siilo l'la.a, Prescott. Arizona CAPITAL a rp " GALLERY COUTKZ ST., NORTH OF COURT HOUSE, PRESCOTT, A. T. Carte du Visites, Imperials, Vic torias anil S.vIOs A .pecliljr. All vork neculeil tn first-claoi "tyle. A fine aMortment of Stereoscopic Views of Arizona Scenery Altvayi" on hand, OGinprUlnp scenes of PrMcott and vicin ity. Cami'tWuipiiIf, Verde and .McDowell. Verde Vulley, .Moutt-iiuim's Well, Stoueman'. Late. Jltitijal Muitntuini, Tonto lWin, Aiteo Ruins, Indian Camp Vlewi. etc. fjpVieiTj of Huildinir, .MInimr Claims, MiII, Ma chinerv. etc., made to order on nhort notice. invltilf I. 1'. JIITCHKLL. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS FOB 1S7V, KELLY & STEPHENS. K. lKVINT. J- A. 15- IUV1XK VAR1E T Y STORE. TIEVDA BAR ATA. On thn 'Wt'it Siilts of the l'lazu, P1UEMX, - - - - ARIZONA. A Geueral Assortment DRY GOODS, (JROCEltrES, Hoots and Shoes, .Elc, For Side Cheap. "Drru-K and IVIedicine.s .i spisciALrr. k. mviKi: & co. Fast Freight Line. A fine six horse coach will leavo I'retcott on tho 11th of every month. For further information inquire at James llones. A six hori.c coach will leavo Southern I'aellic ltailroad station, Dos Palms on the t!o!b of every month until further notice. All freight marked in care of A U. de Crevecocttr promptly attendrd to. A. . do CRKVECOnUU. 1're.oolt, April 30, 1?77. tf LEW BAELEY Kciv arrival of choice liquo:, ciirari, etc., at the OXE HIT SAT.OOX, First-class Billiard Table at tho FLOKUNCE ItESOUT. flB-Aslt for ' Low." up.27.tf. Elliott House. Accommodations equal to nuy cstabllthtnent In youth em Arizona. Every atlent'ou paid lo tie oumfort ol our truest. Florence, A.T- I.OJjS IlltO'S., Pjop'' ap.'.lf, " . .-.ors. PRESCOTT. GEO. S. PORTER & CO., South Montezuma Slreet, rrei'otl, Arlzouu fOn Door North of Singe Office,) DEALER IX Furniture and Bedding ri'IlOLSTKIUXO GOODS. Carpata, Oil Cloths, Paper Hanging, WINDOW SHADKS, Pioture Frames, Mouldings, inc., ETC., KTC. V are doit tytMag a large utx! well lected itock of IM.ACIv WALNUT AND OAK HOCKING Dlnlnc, OIHcuaud lUr-room Chalra, Hc-voUinjjDosk-stools, MattrosMW, 111 lowh, ltlunkeis, Comforters, Iled bpiwdH, fshoeui and l'illow Cnfon, i'ltiin ami Fancy winnow .Slmle.s nnu Fisttiriw, Kto., Paper Ilanins and Uordcr, IWTK.NT FOLDING COT HKDSTEADS, l'wlur I'tiu'i, TeU. Onl no.l Iilure N!Ii. Gotrf uj illvrr tr-ourJ. IdmH hotika, ifimp battlf, frathnr ttatten, tloklDf. c'oita tur iidib snti inngi, -.c, lc. AOExcv rou Tim CA LI FORMA STIIP-L ADDER, Tbe Hgbtrtt. tlraBgrtt aad btitlaJJrr muuDJaotiueJ Tlie Wkinl wotk wilt W Jiwe to order It the bait manser: Ul'tlOLSTKIlINO KUUttTUUE OV ALL K1SD.S. MUrfe. LeuHe. Ctru. imule Bod reioireU I'laiii aod Drounaire I'apur llnainj;; b!n IVlDtUg; linuBlag, Uuulop, etc.; uimi eat tansy tlif or jwillfni Cnx'potw Sowwl ami Put Down. A ibare of tho imbUc iwtronai;e 1 aoHeit'd. GEO. S. r-OItTKK it. CO. Mu VI l. 1ST7. PIONEER FUIIMTUK-E STORE. MONTEZUMA STREET, Juat north of Kolly & Stephens Store B. STAHL IMPORTS & MANUFACTURES All Kiwti of FURNITURE, LOUNGES, BEDDING, ETC., KTC, ETC. Window Shailcsj rtlirroi-s, Picture Ft unies, Ctc, on Iiitnd nml .Ma tie to Ortler. UIU'AIKINO I'ltD.M 1'TLY ATTKXIIKII TO T . W. OTIS, S011TJI OF PLAZA, GrPLOCESIUES, ir o ii: -sr. Fresh tintl Dried Fruit. CIGARS. TOBACCO & PIPES NUTS AXI) CAN'I)II5S, STATION ERV, TOCKKT ClTTIiIiHY. FANCY GOODS, mc, irrc ALSO, G-jllD E 1ST SEEDS. AftKXT VOn NO. 6 wiiei:lei & wilsoiV Sewine: Machines Sewing Muuhinc Cottons, Oils, Etc trp Subjeriptions taken for all Xeiv.parvrs nnd Maj srics a! pnbrihr' raW. TH. L0ISILL0N, (!Oouvi sTitinn-, - - ii;i:scott, a.t -l'EALLK I.N- Dry Goods and Clothing:, G II O C E it i j: s , BOOTS -A-KTU) SHOES, WLXES, LIQUOKS and C1UAKS, Cheap for Cash. Produce of tho couatry bought at best market rates. 66 BIT SALOON.33 Fine Liquor & Cigai )epot. Sold by Hottle, Quart orGaMon. Kext door to th Nenr Hit and " Oiory of I'rcscoi " Sa looc, oo Granite street. C. GEUAKD, Proprietor. LA KG 12. "NEW, COMPLETE WAGON AND BLACKSMITH SHOPS, Gurley Street, Fronting on Granite, Prescott. Arizona. . A kinds of llhirksuiithing, pairing done in good style by febl5ti Waoa-maklng and r FRED O. RRKCHT Brick for Sale. mySMfl C. F. CATK. Apply to R. E. HARRINGTON, Forvarding &CommissionMerchant, EASTEUK TEKMIXrS OF THE SOUTH EKK 1'ACinC ItAILHOAO, Grain, Kay, and Groceries, Also, a larffe assortment ot O U T F r T T r jV g g OOT) s Constantly oil Hand. I ri'Sectfully.olioit the patrvnngt of thu tnerohaul.suf Arizoua, ana will give prompt attention to ttie lorwanlinir of all p.kH marked "H. E. V , E. Tennintts S. 1. K. It." The railroad frcijrht must be p.id hefori delivery at the Terminus, which will lie disbursed on recipt. Aucust 11. 16TC. K. E. I". FLORENCE HOTEL. FLO IIKXCK, A K IZf'A. Hoard pa; KuiA.... Ttard ierday, with single bed, ...... Nine M'al Tickets for.... Single Meals,.... $9.00 150 5.00 75 This house will be kept with a t!uw to fflvs the most fastidious no reason to complain. "Sverytlung the Country Affords Will be Spruad before our Hoarders. llooms Clenu Coml'oriuljle. -COME AND SEE. I. S. KJIl'KVs Tronriflor. l April S7th, l?7T. PEESCOTT. WM. M. BUFFUfW Still Occupies the Old Stand, Wtit Side of tho Plaza, .:- .- c 1'rescott, Arizona, And is in receipt of a Large Invoice of New and Desirable Good, With others Ordered and on the Way.' . . Ills enstomerr and the pablle generally cam there- Sj4 heretofore, anything they may need in tnn way of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Staple & Fancy Dry Goods LADIES AND GENTLE MENS FUItNISHING GOODS, CLOTHING-, MENS AND BOYS HATS Boots and. Slioes5 PERFUMERY & TOILET ARTICLES PATENT MEDICINES, HARDWARE, TIN &. WOODENWARB 0E00KEET, GLAE3 AND EAETHEFWAEB1 PAPER HANGINGS, LA3IP3, CLOCKS Miniu? ami Farming ToIi, Tojtthr with many othfr thingi, which will tot b mentioned. OlTK HIM A CALL. Precott.Junel7 1875. READY PAY STORE, South Montezuma Street, OPPOSITE DAN HATZ'S HOTEL, I Chock Full of 1ST E G-OODS f every ilccriptlon. anil Jut the place for Pioneer ao4 Pilgrim to rep eni.h their larJen, and gt mjeryMag seeded by them Chonp for Cash or Ready Par. New tupplies, jiut received, of tbe following article. JPloixi, 13 a con, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,' Canned bruits, Aleuts, VoKtublw, Dried KruiU. by the box, Inrrelorpound : riclcn. Pan. Shovel, and Oum 15.Ht, niycerine. coh! oil, oa.lor il. jaickllTer or dert water," by the pint, pouud, .iiArt or gallon. TOBACCO, CIGARS, PIPES, WINES AND LIQUORS, JfuVe my stock A No. 1, and n ner ea!e oi irice rar rant me in whimpering to my Pioneer friends, and to all nenr comer, that they oon do better by pureliajfiip or ma than from any other trader in lieeott. Greenback. Gold Coin, Bullion, Gold Dast, Farm Produce and County Sciip, taken In exchange for gool. K. II. WEAVEll. June Ut, 1p7o'. PIONEER DRUG STORE, IMtESCOTT, ARIZONA, Keeps aiiTavponhondnad for sale Ayer's, Jayne'i, Bri- r.s. Hull', Ilall and PUrces i tol' Family Prledicines, and in fact a full apartment of PATENT REMEDIES now iu the market. TrarranteJ altvay fresh aud geuuiua Fancy Toilet Article, stieh as Snap?, IVrfiiuiery, Cuh.cne?. .Satchel. Lu'oins' genuine Extracts, Magnolia AVnter, Florida Water aoi best Hay Hum, nnd the largest supply uf DISPEJ 'SIjYG MEDICINES Ever kept iu Arizona, enabling; sin to put up any cbar- ncter of PKE.SCltllTION that may bw nt in from Totra or Country, nnd I hope. ly ktrict attention to uiy-bu! ' nei", in tvuicu I uave oot-ii eniragm lor tun lant twenty, five ycirs. to merit and receive a Very literal patronage. Physicians' Prescriptions Alnays carefully and accurately roinrundeU. A competent and obliging clerk altYitr In attendance. (iL'O. I). KtSOALL, Prcwrott, April 11, lsT7. Proprietor. V. A.3TE1'I1E'! KELLY & STEPHENS, 1ST E "W S A G E 3ST T S And Wholesale and Itctail Dealers in Boots, SlioesIiosier GENTS' UXDEIt WEAR, I'olmcco. Cigars3 Confectionery STATIONERY, Fancy Goods, Yankee Notions, Fized Ammuniticn, Guns, Pistols, Cutlery, Buck Glovc3, Figs, Dntcs, Nuts, Toys, mid Watches. Musical Instruments, C3--A.RXEISr SEEDS, ETC, Cor. Montexum and Gorier Streets, Prescott, 1. T. DAWES & GOLDMAN, IIKA1.KUS JX him, Miiiiiia WILIIAMS01T VALLEY. A. T. Highest Price paid for tlie Ir- dnce of the Country. IRON SPRING TOLL-ROAD. KATES OP TOLL: Vehicle drawn by l animal ohicio drawn by 'Z animals, loaded sl.2; Whicle drawn by 2 animals, ein)ty 1 .00 For each additional span .". .50 IVo wasrons. drawn by 10 animals, loaded 3.50 Two wicons, drawn by lOanimals, empty 2.50 ... V. v.. ...... Kich additional span..., .m , - JA .25 12 o; .25 . C. MILLEK. m2! Alan and horso Pack animals, each Cattle, each neon or hogs, each Jtootmon, treat or , March 2li, 1S77. E. A. FARGO & CO.. iiiror.TEKi axd joiiDEita or BRANDIES, WINES AND LIQUORS, Ko. 318 Front street, corner of Commercial, SAX FPvASCISCO, CAL. n10ra3 -13 --73, 1 .". t t . i i Jfs.