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V M'dtMSG. NOVUMHHIt 10, 1867.
Local Intelligence. . . nr Indian. On Mondny evening I ltt ('.interse ami three enlisted men ,j i4th Infantry were on thi'lr way from c. i ,! uii tin' Hio Vunle to Rowers' -.' ? . ... ....I ...l. .l.l.t.. . An Ik Jin- If i 1 1 . i 1 I ,n A -.MID I I in, nun mini wjuiiii nuuiii r tVir detlnat!on, they were fired ,,j utv of Indians who were lying In ' tn' li""' ' f n narrow, brushy cunon, I l'enan' and nil three of his men were , w iii l- l. Two of the animals were .I'l'-l tint. nftr arriving at tln .il t i he killed In order to put the ..it uf misery; another was also I I1,- L,.'utennt was shot In theahoul- .r- thf head of which remain In c w -hradsitre dangerous things to 1 in a man, and we hope Dr. Mid 1 ,.t!" to extract It We hale these r li -o bad that it would grieve us to ., iad '.' l t alone a gentlemanly and i T i) of the soldiers received had , l.i. itnanl flretl three shoU at the 1 v.l- and thinks he killed one of f Tin iarty saw about eight In i in istliavu been a largo reinforc)- internal miscreants clo'e by. Dr. ia 'i'd an arrow, bond and all. from r ,i uf the men. It had penetrated .1 1 h id it nut been taken ont, would i ; in nr lamed him for life. An ex , t I .rt Whipple with new of the 1 k -.rial Gregg dispatched his nmbu " , i.Hlcd officer and men, and the; i rt Whipple. We enrneatly hope t 1 r.,,-T. i tli night he recognize! the In- r. informed that the whole party l - Aptcbc-Yutnas. One of the i i 1! -iiry rifle, out of which he flred t -. Wo are of opinion that they 1 p.i-li' Vnmas, as that two-faced m ' r i.tt-j und liars range as Ihr north us . M , ii . n. The Apaehe-Ynmas are t'i p id.es proper, for the reason 1 , -i friendship for the white in one i h i til' -il and steal tholr property In T;. whole lying brood of thorn 'i h" k lit 1 on". It is in el ess to tnlk about h r, h h m .md putting them upon a res- h'7 a:n t ' on it,"' and we knov, it m X r. b-'.tcr. than those who hare been I -U n Cutilian to them Tor tlie la. . '.il. V.'Iut they want is to liave hell I thm first, and then they may feel . 1 1 i r m" t.j taw." This thing of mnk-tr- a erf wh lii. Apuchos Is as old as Mount i lut Uio Maricopa?, I'Imas anil .Mo ."1 it jat they will tell you about it. . ' . . .d laugh in a man's face and think a 1 . f I in? so soft n to place any roll . 'b. . rd of an Apnchc 1 Vi t. VAi.KKttf Dmtiiict. That - r z m.an. Hon. Jrfck?ou McCrnckln, i i from tlm old digged on the bond ol T " V nn Vflti.nlit Lint niiii. .n iit..f - : , v nlnrriMj fllSt aVtllIUIIIVU l I ly I'oln'er, anotlier old and solid miner ."ral Arirona. Mr. .McCraekln inlorms ns jti h left the creek, be and otliens . t Mie pr-.ireeds of twenty tons of rock i .idttood, Pointer, Tie-Tie nnd other : 1 th.it ull of the roek cnishwl areniged rs to the ton. Of courno, the rock from i:- d..l not pay alike, bat every ledge . h ror't wan Uken is rich eoongb to , n ik.rifC St. It If tbe Inleution-to , j-r au 1 arastras steadily At work, i m water get' to be a little more ) m r.rTi will run the arastras built t i . i' n ' tb. nast Sn mover br water T y 1 -it constructed aererol wheels. o f wti.i-b U capable of dflrlng fe-nr or 1 r "ra. , v.I.ivh thev iniund grinding out j il this Winter. Hurrah for Walker's t i I or industrious, solf-reliant miners. ..n- i c lrti M.ivfnna " nr ha Mnnirf ir Uciy Sf '.e;i title. r. 11 '.I'l I I' in Hi.r.u..i T7.on Taa f ' was in town lat Sndnv. wn limrn upon the recently-discovered silver k" wi as the "Chanes" U progrftsslng. i 1 pfn -r In the mine, Tm Hodlck, -k a a'lift to the depth of twonty-two a 1 ".l-jdent that depth looks well and r It contains plenty of free gold f r'.tcr It is the Intention of the own r t work tlieir roek in arastras m nJir rcme-i. ThoMIvcramalgamatosas t 'J' pure? gold, and thoy look for no : y i savluf it according to the old Mcsi- I -ny i i oloradans, who have prof peeled - i i " rot-K, anil louna itlrt thov tli nk fly Wff" in tOWn oli Shmlnv l;it fnr r k r tt .t s unto vi iim Aiwuinri .intiiflifti ti n. ' - III ITIsUUHT TltY fl AkHtiljl nl I n S' fiM(In.lS. II I i- ir.lliurv r.I UVIIIMIs Iui si: nnn nt 1 11 i r h;s homo at La Fnz. on Tuesday T Ju Ife j atino old gontloman, nn ablo ' "'In found Democrat hnvintr oat his T ' Tr An.lmn. 1 1 f - -. oucKwin. in' wa well icK'noi country-arounu rres- -i ur pOuie. anil anrsi ha Inlnmln iuin. .DTI h ... H. -i .. . - . w m spring, anu, tr nosslhlo, ret- - ..iiurre tVobellovcholsiiKewYorkor ' a Mi- hlgander by immigration, and nn Sit by ad -ntloll. Hnmnnml r.wl.lu nrnnnrr J?" . we want moro nlaln. honost. otien- " "i mis way, and loss sycophant. mar nnr. 7 ,vroPD' ,ateJ' commanding at Camp JW" ' bv gnnc Vah via X0w Mextoo. Wb would call the attention of our r.1..r. l,. a communication in another column In rerd to smelting furnaces. We believe Mr. Marley fully competent to work our Galena ores. He under stands bow a furnace ought to be built, nnd also bow to run It. Give trim a chance by furnishing what ho needs-flro-proof material and a little ch, and we think ho will make a success out of It. He is confident that onr ores are rich enough, and says there h no trouble in saving the bullion they contain. Hah not Abkivbd. The Secretary of the Ter ritory, Col. Carter, informs us that he has not re ceived one wonl from Washington in answer to his appeal for money to pay the expenses or the Into Legislature. I'robably the officials at Wash ington are trying to find out In what part of the Territory the Governor and Secretary now are. They may have sent Hie money to the " commer cial metropolis ''away down south In l'bnn, upon learning the decision of the High Court or Ap peals in the inttrtstlwj and promfWay case or Cactns e. I'iue. Who knows? Mb. WtManri Kicu, the amiable and hospitable yor (iomo of IJo er's Agua Frio ranch, win in town this week. He takes nn encouraging view of things, and appeared as happy and content as one of Swlmley's boarders. WiciEKiiiBii. Head the cotrmunication from this place, which will be found on the first page or to-day's Miser. We sbonld not be surprised to b-nrn, one or these days, that our frlnd In and nround that thriving town bad become good Christians, read tllulr Ilibles regularly, and quit sinking. Chaplain Hlake and bis escort seemed to have a powerful influence over them. Mc Whorler. we have uo doubt, will become a reg ular deacon, and offer up various and onndry pniytrs for the Chaplain and bis escort. Tub Dividend, We understand that the par ties at work on the Dividend continue to find ex cellent pay rock as they progress with the abaft which (hey are sinking npon the iod. Mr. Itice took out from town, a rew days since, a quantity of blasting materials to be used in the shaft Wrhr:kokr,i wagon train arrived here on Sun day from La Pn. freighted with Roods for onr merchants. The drivers saw Indian signs on the road in the vicinity of Martinez's rnnebjind one of them, who went off tie road to kill a deer, saw a uumber of Indians, one of whom he shot, faulty, ho thinks, at the survivors picked up tlwtr fallen comrade and carried him away. Other Indians making their appearance within a short distance, the driver retreated to the road. The train left for Ia 1'az on Tuesday morning last. Goon News tr Tarn. Ily Wednesday 's mail Mr. Dnnlap received a letter from Mr. Campbell, who writes that he had met at San Uemardioo Mr. Henry A. Drown, who Informed him that ex Governor Goodwin would shortly come out to I'rescott with a onpltnl or $308,000 in cash, to be employed in developing the Ticonderoga and other tlrst class mines in Dig Hug Dietriei. The Ticonderoga wa? at one time successfully worked by Col. King S. Woolsey. and is known to be ex ceedingly rieh. Mr. Ilrown afco stated tlflR. Mr. Iteed, "the culphuret man,'' had pucceoded in obtaining funds at San I'rancisco, and would to out here in a shsrt time to put hk redaction pro cess in operation, if those reports are trne. a glorious morning will soon dawn upon the gloomy night which hits so long brooded over I'rucott. Fbou Wic:kw,hiko. Col. Tyson arrived here on Wednesday night from Wlckenburg. We are indebted to him for the following itotns of news : Capt Smith died at Wlckenburg on Sun day last of typhus lever. Tbo deceased wae a few years since a wealthy ditch owner in Sierra county, Califoruht. Iteing of a generous and con fldinjr. deposition, hk friends swindled bin o.t vf his property. Then he emigrated to Mon tana, and came thence to Arizona. His bitter experience had not changed his noble nature. To the last he remained genertu and unsuspicious, ever ready cot to tkart his last dollar with a needy friend, but to give him the whole, and trust to fortune to provide for himself. May the turf lie lightly spos his nobio '..r.vi: Sickness la the form of fever and ague and malarlons fevers continues at Wiekunlrarg. Jack Suilliug and Sam Henaley have gone to Salt river, to take measures for constructing an acequin from that stream to Wickenbnrg. The Vulture mill continues to run ueeeasluHy night and day. Judge Itaekut, Judge WelU, Almon Gage and Jesse Justico were at Ilobrason's in Klrklaml Valley, waiting for Werringer's train. Fresh Indian tigns were plenty in Kirkland and Skull Vallia. At " Uncle Rob's " a few day Maoe a soldier stumbled against tie ceck of a gun which was lying on the ground, and discharged the weapon, tbo ball puling through Jerry (Ionian's leg just above the anele. breaking both bones, and con tinuing oa its way, idigbtly wounding a soldier. We arc convinced that some of those soldiers ought to bo kept out uf the way of fire-arms until tbey learn bow to use them! Wk loam that Mnjor Krnuse, who has been in eoutmtnd of Camp Lincoln, bus obtained sick learo or absence, ami is going to Drum Iiarracks to recruit his health. Nor rjoiNO. IVo are Informed that Gen. Gregg ban abandoned tlte Intention of ooiidttcting an expedition to Tonlo Basin this Fall. "Saoe Diuu " Jon.woK-Mr. J. II. Baldwin has returned to Wlckenburg from bis pursuit of "Sage Brush" Johnson, who bad been his partnor in mining oiioratioB8."Jnhnon, who managed the mines, took out, it is bolleved, bullion amount ing to sevoral thousand dollurs, with which and a team belonging to Baldwin he decamped, leav ing his partner the debts of the concern to pay. Baldwin overtook the fugitive in tbo Owon's river country, California ; but Johnson took to the brueb and made his oscape. Baldwin, after relieving hla mind to Bon. Franklin, Johnson's traveling companion, took possession of tho team and brought it away. Mksbiw. CiMniKLL, Alsnp, ami othirs, who have been in California for the past two tnuulhf, are on their way baek homo to l'roolt Stop It. -The fart seems to be generally ig nored by both citizens and visitors, that a luw passed by the last Legislature makes the IndU criminate dlschajgu of flre-nrim within the limits of a town or village, to tho peril or anitnyanee of Its Inhabitants, n penal offence. Pome reckless cusses have a way of shooting their guns oil at a late hour of the night, when most of our moral and religious people are In bed. to the great ter ror and demorallwitlon or the latter. A rew ar rests and convictions under the Act would put an effectual stop to this dangerous practice. Mr. H.w.iaRn, called upon us lat evening, and Informed us that, a few days ago. Lieutenant Wolls and command, whilo wonting in the vi cinity or Walnut Creek, near the HanlvvllloJ road, camo upon an Indian rancberia, killed three bncks all that wore In the mncherla at the time -captured three horses, a lot or provis ions, guns, and any quantity or ammunition. Mn. IIoboer, wife and family, left, this morning, for California. Mr. Borger will return soon, in company with Mr. Kiutel. Itm-RK op x Scornsio IiTr. Companies I and B, Eighth Cavalry, and a detachment of the 1 lib Infantry, under the command of Lieutenant Fcchet, returned to Fort Whipple Friday evening lttbt, after making a f cout through the Cedars and in the vicinity of Hell Canon, near 1'ostle's The Lieutenant was on the scent or a large ranch orlu, anid to be somewbore In that vicinity. He round the rancherla, but no Indian" ; tliey had left jnat In time to save their bacon. He after wards succeeded in killing two wurrioM and capturing two undent females and a buxom young pquaw of about 12 summers. Ho nl found a new and good place to croM Hell Canon, about 1 miles abore the old crowing, and large tank of excellent water. Dr. Howard, who ac companied the expedition, says this crossing is mneh lietter than the old one. Dnwainerfu On last Thursday evening some drunken soldiers wnt to the restdenc of Mr. Bunghart, in this place, and acted in a shameful manner. Such fellows are a 'disgrace to the service. 'I heir comrades hoihl boot tbem ont of the camp for their nnsoldlcrly conduct. San Bornnrdiao. The nnartHan of Saturday, November 2, , fiirni-lHfs us with tho following items : I e benr tiat there is some probability of a mail route being established on the line from here to Arizona,, by the wny of Ia Paz, and that n additional bonus would be awar ded for tbu service. As we have frequently said, there should be tnailfacllitfe by each of tbu lines of cuiiitiiiinicnlion with our neigh bors in the Territory. We understand Mr. Cluggaije readied San Francisco in something less" than thirteen days from Omaliu. Good traveling, truly; coming over two bundled miles through snow, at that. We understand Gen. McDowell is expected to arrivi' at Drum Barracks by next steamer, on bis way to Arizona. We' hope tho trip will result in benefit to that well-governed military district. Doubtless, he will not travel with one nan on a broken-down mule as an escort. On his own account we know he wouldn't mind ; but as wo learn be is a familv man, wo beg of him on their account, to take at ieafct two men well mounted and equipped. Your advice is sound and should bo heeded by the General. If lie disregard it the chances are that he might lie Wallap(ai)d. The Paymaster for Prescott jied out by way of Cajon Cation on Thursday ; be hah an escort of about a dozen men. His visit in our friends at Prescott will be enlivening. " You but you." The boys are anxious to Mte him. They are getting " mighty dry." Ci'Hi.vo Sraao.v Tho season for caving our bacon in close upon us, and we find fv eral of our ranch owners are making prepara tions for hog-killing. Mr. Waters, or Yueai pa, will slaughter at soon as the weather ticr- mits, 1.10 head, weighing at least 200 xund each. Theje bogs are consuming 35 bushel of com a duy. Mr. Conn will kill nlwut 100: Mr. Craft, say 50; the Chino ranch, 200; and Hamilton & Cowden, 100 at least. Others will no doubt engage in the curing business, whose nauius we iiavo not heard. We acknowledge tile receipt of a box of ripe, beautiful apples this week, from our juvenile friends, "the wee folks" of Yucaipc iue iwm accompanying me very accept able preent, was highly creditable to the acquirements ol the little Martha, as well &a significant of the good will of the fairv Net tie. Well, brother Hamilton, bow happy you mntt feel at receiving such delicious precenU front the little angete of Yucaipa. Here in Yavapai (altboofrn the names are somewhat similar) editorial presents are very dissimi lar. The sort of " preaenu" we receive are eometbing like the following : " Mr. Kditar, Sur, I want to knoe the naim of the on yeartbed LI 211 & i-coundril who niitliirkl, etc. If you du not tell mo 1 ar you too be rasponsable, so that I can imrtty the con tents of roy raTeolivar into your cmty stum ick. Yonr?, t' His. Lincoln and her Wardrobe Mr. Lincoln has o4Cwod her wardrobe for sale in New York, ami has been git'iajr lend ing UejHiblicaM jwrticulsr fits for her allegod joverty. Some of the " Loyal Leagues," it is sathi, prop- to rio a large sam of money for her support, and to tret her to shut her usouth. The correspondenre between Mrs.. Lincoln, Tburlow Weed, Seward, and other bell-wethers of the Republican party, is on the anW order, ami commences to aam an TMAXKsomsoPaocLAMATioN. The Pr- J acrimonious tone. The lady express great ident having fixed upon Thursday, the 28th diti faction with the manner in which ahe instant, as a day of National Thanksgiving has been treated by the lUdlcaU since the to God for the many blessings He ha been ! (Utfc of wr hottawi. while the afore man -pleaHsd to grant us during the past year, the j tioned cutses talk back, saury, and tell her Oovernor in accordance therewith, has issued j he lias been treated fully a well u she dc a proclamation to the people of thin Terri- served to he. Go in, Sboddyitos, u eat dog, tory, which will be found in another column, ; eat devil. recommending onr people to do various an& sundry good thing. Let ug pray that by the time tha next annual prockmsvtion k is NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Prospecting Party Coning', M. K. Lerty, Kmj., of the Upper Agua Frio, in this county, informs us, that lie hats received a letter from Mr. Jamea M. Johnson, of Tu lare county, California, which states that a company wai made up and would start the first of this month, from Yisalia, for the pur pose of prospecting this Territory, New Mex ico and Souora. The letter contained the following advertisement, which was cut out of the Tulare Titim. The company have a wide field before thorn, but it looks as though they meant business, and wo hope soon to see them in Central Arizona. The following is the advertisement : "Fifty Men "Wasted. All who may dot-ire to organize thetiiMilvoiRtoncomiiaiiy for the purjKtei.' of exploring and prospecting for the ir-ci(Mi!i metaU within tlte regiotfof coun try Known as New Mexico ami Arizona, and Sonora, in the JtejwMIc of Mexico, can do Ho by applying J. C Doujjhljr, in YtsaHo. hach applicant will be rerpiiret to (orni-h two hundrel and fifty dollars in coin, or iu equivalent in surli property as the eoiniauiy may require, the amc to be valued by three trustees to be elected by those who have or will sign an instrument in writing, now in tbu hands of the above named party." Yiaalia, Sejt. 11, 1S67. Correal noH tub Colorado. The AUm Cnlfmw, of October 26, says that the Great I r . - , il; i r i , -t ... sued, we tray U a happr, contented and - . "MB' "lnia vn,-y nave on exn.wiKm taili; ami, Oh I Brethcnm in prying . KaK p"-re" , CMa "aMC,K"' aeconlSng to the luttmctkms of Hie Excel lency, be sure and put in your best licks when you get to the ''Aborigine'' jturtion of your devotions, not that you hate your red brethren, but because of the fact that he con sUtiUy violates all law both human and Divine, ami never geei to Simday Sehovt. Give Mm Jcawy. M"k. Tommxmn'i "Wtu "We have been shown a certified copy of what purports to be the last will and testament of John J. Tomlinson, who departed tills life some time since in Los Angeles county, California. In thia will he lcquoatlied all of his property to N. A. Potter, Daniel McUrcn, Delo Campbell, J. D. Dunlap and John Camp ball. Tlio two latter named gentlemen ore citizens of Prccjtt, and we eougratulato them on tlieir good luck. All of tho aforo said gentlemen were bosom friemls of tho do ceoted while living, and aided him with money, time and labor in his opposition to Mr. Banning in tho freighting and forwnrd ing war in which Mr. T. was ongagod with that gentleman in Southern California. AYe understand that tho relatives of Mr. Tomlin son are trying to havo this will set aside, up on tho plea that deceased was not in his right mind at tho time said will was drawn up. Before this time, however, we think the inat tor is settled, as it was to havo boon arguod before tho Probato Court of Los Angeles county about ten dnys since. Italy. At latest neconnte Garibaldi and his troops wure advancing upon Ito, after having met und dofeatwl a Papsl forcti near to the Holy J Oltf. I tigs of eopfver 93 to 91 per cent, fine from their furnaces at Williams Fork, near tho Colorado river, in Arizona, the first ever elected in that Territory. This copper is produced from tho ore by a single s-moltlng, without previous rousting or other prepara tion, tlte ores being of such a character as to admit of that treatment with success. ovnciAi. PROCLAMATION. Hr IlicitAHU C. MlCcrmick, OovsMnott or jue TnmitTORV or Ahizo.na, llacosiiiBNiiif'J a 1at or TiusKseivixo. ro run vnovi.n of aiuxoxa. The l'rcildut of the United Stales lusvlng das Ignated Tliursd-7, tho 23th irwtant, as a day of general thanksgiving and praise to Owl. AW, thereorr, I, Kichard C. McCormlck, f!or ernor or tho Territory or Arizona, da receiu wwiil ttiat the day be obaerved In tliis new ewuilrjr, where, even amid tmueoal exi-Oime and trial, the pioneer 1 consLibtly retMudeJ of the ftoodntne and mercy of Htm who conlrolletn the deetfattx or men. Let the heart go forth In grateful seknowledg. ments or benefits received, and In earnest onupll cation for a cotiliuBation of Dlvttia favor; fur health and ruolullon to overcome the pbyeleal obttocles to the deve!oiinent of the rlc' reseureeii or the Territory ; for success In the forced conflict with the aborigines, and cart tltnt in the same the dictates of Iinmatiity aod jiHttea are not mrto Vi ed ; for strengtlt to- resist the uwnlfold teffipU tions or anorganhted society struggling for wealth; for harmony in local action and Interests; for In' created fidelity to national HfecMy, unlets BnMa-; and alMjve all, for the ;oeslon of that wisdom which " is better than flnt- rtW," ami which eth tho victory OTcr death and lite grave. Given under my hand and the seat of the Terri tory, at I'rescott, this thirteenth day of If ovumlter, 1847, and of the independence of the Unltr! .States of America (he ninety-second. HICHAltD C. McCOKMICht. By tlte Governor James V. T. Carter, Secretary of the Territory. Administrator's lYoticc. Estate of PABLO A. PBHALTO, Deceased XJOTICE IS HKIIKDY GIVEN T1Y THE i. undempned, Administrator of the above named ettate, to the creditor of, and all perrons hating claims agaitiat mid decvae4l, to exhibit the same to the undersigned at his residence lit Ia Pan, count y of Yuma, Territory of Arlron. within twelve months from the tint publication of tbl notice. MUJUBL 9. I'ERALTA, Admlniftrator. La l'sr, A. T., Uctober ), 1S7. norlWt MA.1 tntlCD. f--Ilia Ilk Mining nnl luflelnlm I)rrrf, Sjicclal ami (Irr.trrul I'SHtn-vr-Allunr', etc., for title at tlir Miner UUlce. NOTICE. ALL PKUSOXB INHKHTKI) TO THE FIKM of Gray ti CV, at Prnteott, will plae mil and settle jwlor to De-mtKT 1st, llti, a, at that date, alt account n nnlninc unid will le placed lu the baads of J. 1'. llariavt: for collection. GRAY ti CO. IVerotl. Novemlwr 1, 1WT. Administrator's Notice. Estate of THOMAS BIAHER, Deceased. flMIE undesigned bating been apjiointed JL Administrator of the atwvc named e Mte NoUcw it hereby frfven to all persons Indebt ed to Kfcl eatate, to make Itnmodtaui settlement, ami all pertons bnrlDt; shtlias ngaJuit W estate, to present tbera, vHU the ne-r) voactxrs and proefii, to the nnderi-igned, within one year from the date of this notice. JAMES K. Mt-CArrRET, Administrator. I'rescott, Ariaooa, Nov. H, 107. Administrator's Xotice. Estate of R A VauBibbor, Deceased. VTOTTCR IS IlKRERY OIVEN BY THE UN. dert-iM!, di!.v appoiuted Esccater of the abore-named cite, to the creditors of, aa4 all perrons bavin claim against Mild deceased, to exhibit the sasam. with the iM-eiary vonehet', witkln oee year from Um first )telUcatIon of this notice, to .loha A. Rush, at his residence, Oranile cUcei, raBcwit, lmvajioi county, icrritorr of JOHN A. BUSH, Exeeutor. Prweett, Nev. 1, lb7. ttii In J'rwcon, Taesday, November IS, 1KT, by j j il nee o. r.. iiinr, itcrus t.. r .inttiNoros to MI Mauv UnivcKs. CAMPBELL & BUFFUM, Vct alile of tlie Plain, I'rraeolt, Arlionn. CKNliRAL DEALERS IN cnocKnncs & rrto visions. Foreign and Dmttic Witttt ami Lffuott, Tobacco anil Cigai, Al cfHra! ortucnt of turh articles as Unt itle and miners need. Onr goods are all of the best quality, and wc will sell at reasonable prices. FOlt CASH OSLV. Trcseott, June 1, lSCft. JOHN O. CAMPBELL, V. .M. Ult tUM. IUI Notico of Dissolution. rpiIB CO-I'AUTKERSHII' HERETOFORE JL existing under the name and style of Peoples ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. EtUtte of Chariot E. 11 jA, dtceated. "VT OTICE is hereby given bv the under JL signetl, duly appointwl Aifminiitrator of the above narard tlale. to Hit creditors of, and ail erois Ixtvtns claims apilnt said dtcoad, to exhibit the tame, vtltli the neeesary vouchors, within one year trout the )Ht publication of this notice, to John Rnible t liU pUce of business In the town of Prewott, Yavajwl County, Territory ofAriMna, JOHN RAIULE, AdmluUtrator. JOHN HOWARD, his Att'y. Prescott, Oct 19, 1HI7. ntn) ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. foiaUuf I. II. M'amtJfy, dtctiutd. "VfOTICE is hereby given by the undersign. i etl, duly appointed Administrator of tho abore ntmednttate, ta the creditors ef, and all per rons having ebil m ag"int edd dceesticd to exhib it the tame, with the nfary voecliers, within one year from the t)rt pubUcaikin ot this notte, to I. Q. Dickinson, st bis place of tu!nt on the Ajrtaa Frio River, Yavatiai County, Territory et Arlzosa. I. Q. DICKINSON, Admlr-Utrater. JXO. HOWARD, his Att'y. Agua Frio Ranch, October 10, 107. nM ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Eitttt vf arssy Twlddl, dectnttd. XT OTICE is hereby given by the under x sicntMl, duly appointetl Administrator of 1 1 above uatnnt lUlat, to thn erwllWr of, and ail persons ltavingclalnu against said dseeafeu, to exhibit tlie same, with the necessary vouchers, tvllbla one year from the first publication of this trttiae, tu A. U. Kcncdii-t, or John Ho-sttrd, at his Us of tiuilnets iu the luw n of Prescott, Yava Iai Coenty, Territory of Arlrona. A. C BENEDICT, Administrator. JNO. HOWARD, nls Att'y. Prescolt, Oct. 19, lbC7. n2o A NOTJICE. T A MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS In the Prescott and Moliave Toll Road Corn- it Yuntblnth, is this day dlteolved by mutual i Iny, held In Prescott ou the first dsy of October, coasent. The saloon and hretvery will liencefnrth he oondnctwl by A. 1 1, Peoples. Persons owing the llrm wlli please coll and settle their accounts. A. II. PF.EPLES. Wm. YUNZm.UTII. WIfhnurg, October 17, 117. si-- 1H)7. the stwclal charter irranted hy the HrstTer- rltorlal Legislature, lu Novemher, was sur rendered up, and the company was re-lneorpora-ted under tho General Incorporation Law of the Turrltory of Arizona ml W. M. HARDY, Secretary, t 1 '