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trday...... September 1, 17 Jack Mwillias'n Htalrnrit V . - m m v.- Mr. Shilling, who died at Tama, August 12,1373, it seems had a presentiutciitthat Ira days on earth were to eud" within the walls' of Yu ma prison; and w.is therefore incit ed to write the following statement for publication, which we give ter botim et literatim : Ylma Prison, 197S. To the Public : Jack Swilling, whose doors have slways been open t the por "Mike with those of wealth and pl-nty, looks forth from the prisou cell to the blue heavens where reigns the Supreme Bjing who will judge of niy iunocenee of the crime which lias been brought against ma by adventurers an I unprincipled re ward hunters. I have no remorse i f conscience for anything I have ever dnno while in my sano mind. In Iboi I was struck on the bead ! with a heavy levolvcr and my skull j the combustion takes place. In or bn.ken. aud'was aLo shot in the j.der to facilitate the work of divers left VkIc, And to the prsent time j by supplying them with a submarine carry the bujlet in my body. No I lamp,' lUrui-taud Foater compress one knows what I have suffered i oxygen- to. 20 atniojphtres in an from these wounds. At times tlicy j jron cylindrical 5 rauir, from reader me almost rr.izy. Doeturs which the combustion of an alcohol prescribed,., years ngi, morphine, limp is sustained. The escape of amen seerueu utiis reuei, uui ine , n.c ot wuicii, tgettier with strong ilriuk, has at limes as I have been informed by my noble wife and g'lod friend; made me mad, and during thoje spells I have been cruel to her; at all other times I have been a kind husband. Dur ing these periods of debauch, caus ed by the mixture of morphine and liquor I have insulted mv best friends, but never when I was Jack Swilling free from these poisonous influences. I have tried, hard to cure myself of the growing appe tite for morphine, but the craving for it was graitcr than my will could resist. I have gone to the rescue of my fellow men when they were surrounded by Indians I have given to those who needed I haTO furnished shelter to the sick. From the Governors down to the lowest Mexican in tbo land have I extended my hospitality, and oh, my God, how am I paid for it all ? Thrown into prison . accused of a crime that I would suffer crucifix ion rather than commit. -Takeu from my wife and lit;le children who are left out in this cold, cold world all alone. - Is this my reward" for the kindness I have done to my fel low man and the pay I must re ceive for having done, a Christian: act with Monroe and Kirbv, that of going after the bones of my poor old friend Sni vely and taking them to ?b" rluc:ve Us f J t -Itflctt and burving them . bv - the lted S3ta'f J"'? ""t ? .i,l.f,.Ji;til-,UH llorra ATm..- (nf v;rhv o,1 luvx.Tf r. ,a ;...,.nf tl,n ,l,, K,r",,l., I against us of robbing the stage as au infant babe. We went out to do ! a Christian act-oh Ood J is it pos -ible that poor old Jack Swilling should be accused of such a crime ? But the trouble has beon brought on by drunken, crazy talk. I am willing to give up life to save Mon roe and Kirby, as God knows they arc-innocent. Oh, think of my poor babies and yon would know that I would not leave them for millions of nioaey. I am persecuted and prosecuted until I cannot bear it i t ..i. ..... 1 i 1. . i i i ., i tlicui. 1 his cruel charge has bro t . me for the first time in my life, un der a jailorrf key. Poor l. G. Tay lor, whom I liked and tried to help, ha been on of those who wrought mv ruin, and fr what I cannot j conceive unless it was the rowan . . i . . ' V i ... . c .1.- i.t l. Ti.- ' l this is because I mav be found dead I any morning in my cell. 1 ruay ilrop on the same as poor lorn .uc Williams . did at Fort Goodwin. My perseniors will remember roe. And may (iod help my poor fami ly through this cold world, is my prayer. Johx W. SwiLUXG. Railroad Jlnvrmrntl West. Alamo.a Xeics: The of the different- railroads strnegle i u I Arizona is petting more exciting Tf ti. s,.fi.m T...;fi. railiuau luuiiuumui: ;jviviivtiii wicii d. j r v i .1 eastward from Yuma shortly ii u .w - . -cm it will be in the vicinity of Marico- pa Wells by rext Christmas. But if Yuma should prove to be the ter- minus, it wou.a oniy oe a matter oi a year before the two railroa-ls now building . through New Mexico will have entered Arizona. These ... . , . j nu.-i ui uj'l'i win uiiiL. .-a - ritory at the rate of a mile a d:iv. The Denver & Rio Grande lias already inserted the railroad plow in New Mexico' virgin soil. The load is to be pushed rapidly and considerable cipitil has already keen set apart for the work. As this is a narrow gauge it can be cheaply and rapidly constructed. A party making a peliminary sur- rev i now in Arizona. The Atch- ioi, Topt ka and Santa Fe, the oth i-r rotia ma in engagea in me rac.-, (Uvide at i"ueiiio into two oranencs, ono to penetrate the mineral fields ! Colorado, the other through New Moxico to Arizona. The eouipany in makinrr an effort to complete this linc to Santa Fe by nest April; in the mean time a fleet liuu of coach- wiH-pJy- between that town and the terminus. . 1 he advance sur veying party of this road lias al ready reached Silver City. Nrw Mexico. Anothnr railroad that is being extended towards Arizoni, but at present attracting very little attention, is the Utah Southern. , At last accounts it was at St. (reorge, but orders had been givjn some time previous to couiuienc ex tending south. With five railroads pointing toward it, Arizona will soon be out of the wilderness. M. Reznier lias communicnted to the French Academy of Sciences a description of a new olectric lamp, drawing its light from iuc inJeeetit poles and acting in free air. A thin rod of- carbon, pressed laterally by an elastic contact and pushed in the direction of its axis against a fixed contact, becomes iiicnmlesceut and burns when traversed by a pretty strong currant. As the end of the rod is consumed the pressure urges itforw-u-d through the elastic slides the noint of fix vl cin aef. wln-re the gases geueratcd is provided for. Throe dirfy, half drunk outcasts of Philadelphia were interrupted in the following conversation by the po lice who were gathering the tramps to work: on the Industrial Farm near that city: They wore discuss ing national affairs in connection with eligible lunch routes. -Yes," chimed in one ofjhem, a'liprt man witlij a newspaper bundle protruding from his pocket, "I tell you what the ticket'll be. Kearney and But ler that's what it'll be, Kearney and Butler and it's goiu' to sweep the deck, and we're all a goin' to hev good times then and Just at this moment two blue-i-lad forms ran across the street and three more victims were in the toils, and doubt less took a river ride a few hours subsequetly, the golden dream of prosperity rudely shattered. . Mr. William D. Rudy, of the Ill inois Industrial University at Cam paign, has just published a very in teresting pamphlet on the coals of Illinois. In the introduction, Mr. Rudy says. The coal area of the State of i llinois may be safely esti mated, in round numbers, at 35,001 square miles, an area three times as large as that of Pennsylvania or Ohio, and constituting one-fifih of leroiea uie liirnite basins of the western Territories. The coal measure of Illinois attu i au aggre- U',tc .thia. Tf M feet' anJ ,uiV VB "u-up, r anu low- er measures, luc lairer or wnicu, as a rule, cootaini tho bet coal. He stands in the stores with his hack to the stove and tells how ho could mn a newspaper; how he could be as indendent as a hog on ice, and cz' things by their right names; how he would txpos cor ruption in high places; how he would write good common sence, and none of your frivolous try -to-be fuunv stuff. Then he criticises fth- cr people s methods of conducting 1 , . . . , uen ajjiipcia, nuu ju-i nixiiee some one would give him a chance to show his journalistic abilitv. The I way to cure one of these chaps is to get lnui to agree to write a xensible , j article every day for a week. Be- 't I p .1. ' t . l -n i lore ine wees is out nc win dc sure ' 10 1,0 P'ltJipPd try dry, and will gape worso tor an idea than a chicken does with the nin. j r j The Republic' of Mexico has I 6,910 public schools, attended by j40S,43S scholars. Her population iiu 1SG5 was 8,069,040, and is be lieved now to exceed 10,000,000. This would give an average attend ance at school of but one soul out j of every twenty five. Common coal oil is one of the I i u 71 . ! night, wrap a towel about the ; Jll.tl, illllt 111 LIIU IIIU1IIIIIU W illl , , , , . . . , 1 iiioroug iv aim rinse in water wun ,. , x- . . , a little so ip. ever rinse m clear . , r water uader ircumstances. jf you are nQt d vil f( th(H, t. t lllt iipn(itrm, vow vnu,nA girls, who wait on the table at Isle j of Shoals hotels, they wo-i't bring Ani'L!n-.f A.. nnl n-a..1-A It- i uu itj mm; bj ciib uim uiiirao ib u rule (o Bpil! soup all over your Sun day clothing. . - According to the Independent, Lieut. Tayt-s of the Texas rangers recently had a fight with the Iu- pians in the Guadalupe - mountains, ; wi,jci, ne had one man and two horses killed. Ladirs who are troubled witl perspiration in the hands will find - , great relief by dissolving a lump of ; aUm ln water and applying the liq- nid to the hands and alllowing it to dry- How can the world know a man has a erood thinjr unless he ndver- t.i?es the possession of it. Vander bi't. PEN AND SCISSORS. Rev. D. If. Flaydcn, pastor of Methodist-Church, South, at Madison, has been arrested on the charge of mur der. The steamer Reliance, running be tween Jacksonville, Florida, anu Sa vannah, exploded her boiler on the 5th inst. ; - : ' A Washington special says Gover nor Axtell of Xew Mexico lias been removed, and General Lew Wallace of Indiana put in his place. The Congressional Democrntic Ex ecutive CominittAe met 'at Washing ton on the Cth instant to arrange a programme for the fall campaign. Silas Ralston, sheriff of Gallatin county. Montana, was killed at Boze man, while attempting to prevent a difficulty between two men, on the fith instant. Lord Dn florin was presented, at Qnebec, with a joint address of the Ontario municipalities upon the occa sion of his departure, aud made a fe licitous response. Ranis appeared on the turf at the Exposition Grounds at Minneapolis, Friday, Sept. 6, to lwat 2:14 for $2,000. Although lie failed in this, he made three wonderful heats, in 2 :15V 2:15 2:14,'. General Joseph E. Johnstone, in a letter accepting the nomination for Congress from Richmond, Virginia, declares that the South owes its re. lease from the condition of conquer ed provinces to the democratic party, and is opposed to national banks. The Mexican Minister, Zamacona, with someoventy-flvo representative merchants and manufacturers, visited Elsrin, a few days since. Borden's milk-condensing "works, the watch factory, fair grounds and the insane asylum were inspected, and on the return the Northwestern car-shops were visited. The strike of the New York car drivers extended to the Second aven ue line. . .The few cars running are guarded by the police. Many of the drivers became riotous, and in one in. stance a car was overturned and the driver tied to a wagon. A company of each regiment of the National Guard is on duty at each armory. Comptroller nf the Currency Knox is about to issue blank forms to cash iers of banks throughout the country, for them to fill that he may be able to give to Congress in his next report the amount of all taxes paid by banks to state, county, city, town or oUter municipal authorities for 1877, to gether with other and similar statis tics. Customs officers who have just re turned from another examination of of the charges against New York sugar importers, dec-larc that in many eases a shortage of from ten to forty pounds has heen allowed on a hogs- J head in weighing sugar, giving im porters froni 40,000 to 60,000 pounds on a cargo, and many cargoes of the Xo. 9 standard have been admitted as the Xo. 7. - The International Monetary Con gress on Weights, Measures and Coinage, at Paris, has adopted a mo tion in favor of a universal standard of one-tenth alloy for gold coins. The votes were equally balanced as to whether the same standard should be applicable to silver. A proposal for the freedom of mints to coin gold or silver aeeorling to the demand was rejected. It was (IccMcu that the right to melt or export coins should lie unlimited; that no fixed rates could bo established between gold and silver, and that silver should not be a legal tender for over 10 sterling. The committee unanimously agreed that the best mode of arriving at an international monetary unit would be to give legal currency tt the ten-franc piece. i. The elections on August 4lh in Bo gota were accompanied by serious disorders. The State Government wished to control the elections. They only established four polling places in the city for 50,000 inhabitants, and put those under the control of their own people. The adherents of the other party could not get to the bal lot-box to deposit their votes. Confu. I sion and disorder naturally arose, as i party spirit was very much excited. I The state troops posted themselves in ' the towers of the neighboring church es, and fired upon the crowd, killing one or two and wounding several. This broke up the election, and as all voles cast arc in favor of the State Government's party, they have fully succeeded in carrying the clay, unless Congress should order a new election. A public reception was given Senor Zamacona, Mexican Minister, in Chi cago, on the evening of Sept. 5. Six hundred persons were present, includ. ing merchants, manufacturers, etc. In reply to Col. Applebee's welcome, the Mexican Minister gave an idea of the resources and needs of Mexico. He stated that by establishing closer commercial relations the United States could almost monopolize the trade. Increased maritime and rail road transportation was, however, in dispensable. Freight rates at pres. ent are higher from X'ew York to Mexico than from Liverpool. The meeting finally adopted a resolution requesting Congress to grant subsi dies to the Texas-Pacific an 1 the Huntington line from El Paso to the Pacific Coast. On motion, the Topc ka and Santa Fe road was also in cluded. Governor Fremont, the Gov ernor of Arizona, was at the meeting and made a speech. A woman put Ucrsclf in the haDds of a Boston dentist to have her teeth reorganized. lie found them in a very bad plight and asked her why she had allowed them to become so decayed without oominr; to him or some other dentist. She replied that she had not had time. "But," he in sited, "it would not have taken lonr, add you could have come in almost any iiuie." She saw that he was hent on an explanation, and she fired this at him like a cannon ball : "Well I guess if you had had a baby every year for "the last ten years you would think it was enough" to 'tend to." He acknowledged he would. An Altoona, Pa., paper savs a voune I lady of that place wlie recently visit- en I'hiludelhia wrote home as tnl lows : "We attract a preat deal of at tenshnn promenadin' the streets like other ladvs and holcn up our cloze. I Nobody ain't nothin nowadavs which I don't hold up thelrcloze, and thehier ' you holds 'em the more attenshun j you nttracks. MISCELLANEOUS. STAGE LINE and EXPRESS, Leaves the Plaza Stables every MONDAY and THURSDAY Mornings for GILLETT, TIPTOP & PHENIX AND MARiCOPA WELLS- And the Store of George E. Loring Every other day for Gillette and Prescott. P. C. 4 CO. pATTERROX. CALDWELL t LBVALLV lnm rttahlithr! a well awetntrd Hoe t r-nnrh ttiru Treu-utt, Qillett, Tiptop and Pbenlx, carr? ing Passengers, Packages, Light Freight Letters, Papers, Bui liou.Etc.. W Inland to make thlt a nnnannt bnlnaa aril t that end are stocking fne mad witn tha rery best tUig hornae to be found la the ennn-"V- . P. C. It CO. Herrick & Lutgerding Are now reoelTinar a toll aMorament af Iron and Steel Torether with a large lot of the b?t NEW JERSEY TIMBER, And are prenarjd to do a feaeml business in BLACKSMITHIXG AXI RKFAIR WORK. 8 hop at the old stand Fraukot CosfroT v est or Floor mill, where yon caa fetaoythlng repaired, from a Fish Hook to a Quartz Mil). Horse and Mnle Sh acini;, hr tbe best Veteri narian la Ike Territory. I 5-tf FLOURING MILL, EAST PIIEN1X, A, T. This well-known and popular Flouring Mill is making NO. 1 FAMILY FLOUR. I have on hand the best home manufactured brands in the Territo ry, in quantities to suit purchasers A LinERAL DISCOUNT TO THE TRAD-IT ZW Orders solicited. Cash pi ices as low as the lowest. C. H. Veil, Prop r. The Magnolia Saloon. BRIMSON A CO. Proprietors We w-uld reectfulljr aotify the pablie that ne bare opened a Saloea ia tfae new FRAME BL'lLDlMO oa tha Corner of Washington and Montezuma Streets. The eerr best quality af Wiaei, Lienors and Cigars alwaj oa baad and sold at prices to suit the time. Girt ui call. 10 If PRESCOTT. NEW DEPARTURE. Saw Mills. Lumber. Attention .All. TT trior purchased th mw mill owned by A. U. Noyi; tnoTpd it I former to tiruutn Creek tu-Tea mil aoutti of Prescott Kewly refitted and are tnrntslied with the bestuf M chiaery, we m prepared to furotsu Lumber of all Classes At the shortest notire Fencinr; merchant txble and clear. Disused and matched florinfr. Surface! and Rustic Shin fries. .atb. Monld Infra. Sah. iKpors Etc. In faet ererUuoir kept by FIRST CLASS MILLS and at Price to Suit the Times, FilUnr - rdera for Onnrtx Mills made a spec arty. Order by M Alt or thritrh anr of the MVrnhantt of Preott will reeeive prompt ttentioD. Terms, Cih on deliTery. CLARK At ADAMS. 11 t NEW SAW MILL. Two and one-half miles south of Prescott. Having now corrpleted, and in full operation, my new Saw Mill, I am prepared to fill or ders for Merchantable, Clear, Surfaced and Rustic Lumber Matched Flooring, Casings, Mouldings, Panehngs and Shingles OF TIIE FINEST QUALITY n short, everything in my line for the construc tion of FIRST - CLASS BUILDINGS TERMS Cat.li on DcliTerj-. All orders sent by mail, or through the merchants prompt attention. Geo. W. Curtis. SAW MILLS! SAW MILLS! ATTENTION! THB CLIPPER MILLS LUMBER COMPANY. hare estaoliihed a mw LI MBER YARD on the wist side or Granite Creek, corner McCormiek and Gurl-y stretn, in Prescott. where the proprietor will alwnvs bare on band all kinds of Bnilain I nmber. Hnring just addeit Planing and Shi carle Machines, we are now prepared to furnish Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Etc.. Etc.. Etc.. AT THE LOWEST LIVING RATES. The Mills are situated etirht miles south of Prrsrott. in the finest body of timber in Ya vapai eounty, and nave SEASONED LUMBER ALWAYS ON HAND. r? Particular attention riven to orders for CLEAR LUMBER, and bills will be filled with .lis patch. M.D.CAMPBELL. Manager. Bowen's Yeast Powders. We tbe und-rs'gned Wb1esae grocers take pleasure In remarking tbe increesed demand for Bo wen's Premium Yeast Powder, and of tes t'f) Ing to the general satisfaction riven br this Brand: WEI.LMAN. PKCK & CO. BOOT It SASDERSO LEUDEN. WHIPPLE & CO. JIKBIl'S II CO. HAAS BROS. TABER. HARKER.& CO. J. M PIKE II CO. J. A. FOLGER CO. NEWTON. BROS. CO. W. W. DODOK At CO. MILl.IKtX BROS. CASTI.E BROS. KRUKB EL LER. JONES Sc. CO. X. EHRMAN It CO. ADAMS. McNeill a. co. F. DANERI & CO M. C. MANGELS. TILLMANN II BENDEL. ALBERT MAU II CO. BOOTH II CO. ALLEN It. LEWIS. DELLEPIANE II CO. THOMAS JENNINGS. 8. FOSTER II CO. BOWEN BROS. MANUFACTURERS. 10 California Street, Saa Francifco. BOW EN KNOWLES & CO. Prescott, Agents for Arizona, DUDLEY nOUSE. flurley St, Prescott Arizona. A FIRST - CLASS HOUSE, ON THE EUROPE AS PLAN. XjjT New and clean beds for lodgers and tie gaut rooms for families. FRED. WILLIAMS, Prop. A. J. MASON, BOOTS AND SHOES. PRESCOTT, - ARIZONA Second door north of tbe Foet LEGAL, Mammons. In District Court. Seomd Judicial District, la i be County of Maricopa. Territory of Atixwna. MIQUKL L. PERALTA Plaintiff I Against I I P. HOAO and GEORGE R. KIM BALI.. prrBrm dolnr basin nlr I me or in nnm ana mv.eoi tn akij i il XA MlNJXa AMD SMELTING WOHkiS COMPANY. Dflfendjuiti, Art ton brunrbHn th District Court of th Recnud Jitdiri.il District in nnd tnr the Coontr of Maricopa, ln tlia Territory if Ari.na, The Teritory of Arizona twnds greeting to : D. Hnstr and Grrn R. Kimball rartoers do ns; Businrs nndr fbe firm nam sod ntvie of Th Ariaona Mining aud Smelling Works Uom-ray- 'a. Yon are nerettr samroorel and rMtnred to appear In action bmnirbt arnnat you by the abore named plaintiff In be District Omit of the secini Judicial Distrust ia and for the County of Maricopa, in th T?rritorv ol Arizona and answer the complaint filed with the Clerk of this Court at I'nmix. in said Conntr ithin twm r days (exciusire of ihedarof rxie) alter the service upun you or this sum mons, it aerrea in this county; hut if eenred out of the County nnd -ritliin this District, theo within thirty dy; in sJ) other cases ft.rty days; And you are hereby oonfied that if von fnil to appear and tncwur the complaint as above requirt-d the plaintiff will tuke ttidtrinent arainst you for the sum f Threw Thousand one b un- itred sixty on dullare and six-four cenrs. f?3. lot 64). the balanoe due upon an account for goorlt. wares anil merRhni.dise twdd and deltr e?ed to yon by the pUiniiff and for money had and receded by yoo from tbe plaintiff, and costs and disbursements ia this beoalf expend- eu. ( 1 Olren nnder my band andeal of tbe bEAL V said District Court at Tlienix this f s- Und dsr f August A. L. IK'S. nS 10r FRANCIS A. QAW, Clerk. PUBLIC SALE. KOTfCB OF ADMINISTRATORS SALE OF REAL ESTATfc Notice is hereby viren that In pmruanoe of an order of the lrobale Court of tbe County of Mario) a. Territory of Arina. Made on the 2tlth day of July A. D. 1878, in the matter of the F.statnot William Rove, deceased, the un dersigned, the Administrator of the said Ksate will eell at Public Auction to the highest bid der, for cash, and subject to confirmation by said Probata Court on Monday the 16:h day of SeptemBer. A. D. 1S78. at 2 o'clock H. n. at tfae Court Honse. in the Town f Phenix. coun ty of Maricopa, alt tha riclit. title, interest and Kstateottbe Niid W ill mm Rowe, at tbe time of his death, and all the right, title, and inter est that the said Estate bus by operation of law or otherwise acquired othr"than, or in ad dition to that of the said Willi. m Rowe at the time of bis death in and to aa undivided one ball of that certain mine railed "The I. ion. " an nodi Tided one-fonrth (14) interest in t he led (re or lode, of quartz known as "The Rack ensriCk." and an undivided one-half (1-2, in terest in the "Star Lode" Situate, lying ai-d being in tbe Care Creek Mining District, Mar icopi County, Territory of Ariiooa. Terms and conditions of sale: Cash, in U. A. Currency, et time of sale, or (90) ninety da s time upon approved security. Deed at expense ot purchaser FR'.NtIS A. fin AW, Administrator of tbe Estate of William Rowe deceased. Pbebix. August 31st, 1873. t2 n3-td POSTPONEMENT. The above sale is postponed until Monday. October 14, ltfTO, at the same bouraad place. FRANCIS A. SHAW ADMINISTRATORS SALE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN pursuant of an order of the Prvbare Court, Coumy of Marioopa. and Territory of Arizona, made on the'JOth day .f July, A. D. (678. io the matter ot the Estate of William Rowe, de ceased, the undersigned Administrator of the Estate of said demised, wi 1 sell at public auc tion "o the highest bidder, for eab on Monday the 16th day of Sfptemher A. D. l?d. at 8 o clock r si., at tbe Court House in the Town of Phenix, In said County, the follow in, per soduI property to wit: (1) one band saw. (I) oue square. fI ) ane hand-axe, (I ) one broad- axe. .SJ two trowel, (1) '' br.ioe and 10 bits.Sprs. nippers, (J) three ravps. (1 one, bather punch. )) one monkey wrench, (I) one riveting hammer, ('2) two punches. I) one chisel. (I) one buttress, Ci 1 2) two aud a half keys blatiDp powder. ("J) two Ih1s;.s. 2) two picK add, (2j two augers. (U) two shovel i, ( I) one gnnustone and fixtures, (r) eight dnUs. (4) Four work niulfs ab,ut Lt hands high. FRANCIS A. SUA W. Administrator of the Estate of William Rowe deceased. Dated, AugnttSlst 1878. 2-n3-td POSTPONEMENT. Tbe above sale is postponAd until Monday, October 14, 1870, at the same tiour and place. FRANCIS A.SHAW. SALT RIVER VALLEY CANAL COMPANY. SnARrnOLDER-t IN THIS COMPANY are notified o make their applications to the S-retary f r tbe wa'er thy may require for the ensuins; yevr, before Monday. October 7. W8 After that date water remaining unsold will be contracted tt others tl-n Shareholders. B order of the Board of Trustees, Septem ber 11. 1 878. John T. Als-p. n5td Secretary. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. IS THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE of John K Thompson, D reaed. N -lire i bfre'-y eriven by the onde sicned, A-ln:ititittr.ilr ot the estate ot John K. Tbomp ann. diee s-d. Xa the rfti-ore of and al per. sons having claims a-;unt the sat.t dec-ea-u to t xhitiit th-m with the n-cs-a'.v vouchers within ten months nf-er the first pnblicntion of this netire. to tbe said Atlministntttir ut his res dence. abtmt one mile eflnterly from Haydeu's Ferry, in the County of Maricopa. Territory of Arizona. JahfsT. Priest, Administartor of the Estate of John K. Thompson, deceased n5 4t WEEKLY BULLETIN Contains all the Sin Francisco, State and Cult News ot the week, while its extensive i correspondence and eolumiuous dispatches keep ! ite tenders advim-d of all important events i of th world. The .MEKCH ANT. tlie MINER, j the MECHANIC, nnd t le FARMER cannot af- Hint to oe witnont it. Its r inam-iaianicit:., ..iiu ins; stock and Market reports are acourate. and Its Agricultural Department is made an i m por ant Jeatnre. Single sutMcription, 3 per year: sixmonthsSl 50. Clubs of ten ormore, to one ad dress, will be furnished at 3 40 per opy per y-ar, and one oopy free ta tbe party getting up ke Club. II. S. FITZGERALD & CO. YITJIA, Arizona. Wholesale and Retail Dealers In GROCERIES. DRY GOODS. FANCY GOODS. AND General Merchandise, Of crciy Description. E2P We cannot be Vndertold for casli. ro!2nl legal: In District Court Second Judicial District, Id the Coasly oi Marioopa, Territory vl An- i..r.: OLIVE A. MIDDLETON, Plaintiff.l - Against. - s -. -j- WILLIAM U. HJDDLETOK I . 1 Defendant. I Action orooglit lathe District C-urtoftbe Secfmd Judicial District in aud for the Cooaty of Maricopa, In tbe Territory of Arizona. The Territorr of Arisona aends greeting to z William A. Middletoa. Ton are hereby summoned and tvuirnl to : appear in an action brought against you by the ab-iTe named p'aintiiT. In tbe Diatriet Court of j the Second Judicial District in and fer the County of Mwrioopa, ia the Territory of Arize- ':: na. and answtr u.e cotnphiint filed with the C!erk of this Court at Plienix in awid County : fa copy of which complaint aceoatpanier ibis summon) within twenty days (xc.lniv ut the day of serriee) after tbe service apon Ow of ibis snmrnvna. if serred In this couarty; bat . . If set-red nut of tbe county and within this Dis trict, then witbia thirty days; In all other cases ' -forty-days. Tbe said action Is Vonght to obtain a decree " "lawmnji me uuuui nB mairinivny - now existms: between tbe plaintiff and de- bnrinnt nri f .1 Mi..r And you are hereby notified that if yo fail to appear and answt-r tbe complaint as a bore required tbe plaintiff will a ply to the Conrt for the relief demanded la said complaint, and ousts and disbursements in this behalf expend ed. 1 Given nnder my hand and tbe ml ofuUI Dis;nct Court at 1'beuix this 17ih day of JaJ v . A-D. nr.. J ttKAi.j FRANCIS A. SHAW, Clerk. A. D. J EM ON, Attorney for Plaintiff. nilw In tbe District Court Second Judicial District in the County oe Maricopa, Territory ef Ari xoua SAMUEL LOCKE. ; Plaintiff. Against DURYEA MILL 6c WATER CO : Defendants, j " ' Action b-iairht in the Disirict Court of tbe . Second Judicial District in and for tbe Conotv of Maricopa, in tbe Territory of Arizona. j ue jernioiy o Arizona sends grertiog to: Doryea Mill aud Water Company. Yon are hereby summoned and required to appear hi an action bruujrht apatnst you by tbe above named plaintiff in the District Court of tbe Second Ju dicial district inandbirthe Coudtv of Morirpa . in the Territory of Arizona, and answer the complaint tiled with tt-e Clerk of Jbis Court at 1 Phenix, in said County within twenty days (ex clusive of the day of service), after the service upon you of this summons, ff served ia this -County; but if served out of the County and within this District, then within thrty days; ia dl other eases forty days, or judgment by do fault will be takn against you, according to the prayer of said complaint. . .-; The said action is brought to recover the sura of One Thousand and fitly Dollars ($1,000); mi' 1 leged to te due and owing from tbe defendant to tbe plaintiff for services render d to the de fendant as Superintendent awl Mechanic ia tbe construction of and running the quartz mill ot the said defendant during the year 1877 and terminating January 10th, A, D. 17. Tbe cause of action is lullyaet forth labia verified complaint on file herein, to which ref- . erence is hereby made lor fun her information. And you are hereby notified that if you tail to appear and answer tbe complaint as above required, the plaintiff will take judgment airainst you for said sum of One Thousand and Fifty Dollars (l,n:0)T and oosts and disburse ments in this behalf expended. Given under my hand, and the seal of tbe sain District Court at Pbenlx. this 10th day of July, A, D. 1p78. (seal) FRaKCIS A. SHAW, Clerk. A. C. SWIFT, Attorney for Plaintiff. n2410ir Tn tbe District Court. Second Judicial District In tbe County of Maricopa. Territory of Arizona, MAK'l IX M. BR AM AN, Plaintiff. 1 Against DURYEA MILL , WATER CO. J Defendants. ) Action broug-ht in tlie District Court, of the Second Judicial District in and for the County of Maricopa, in the Territory of Arizona. - ; TheTenitory of Arizona send greeting to Duryea Mill aud Water Co. You a c hereby summoned ahd required to appear in an action brought apainst you by the above named plain tiff, in the liMrit-t Court of the Second Judirial District, in and fur the Countr of Maricopa, ia the Territory of Arizona, and answer the ci-tn-plaint tiled with the Clerk of this Court at Phe nix. in said County, (a copy of which complaint accompanies this summons; witiiin twenty day (exclusive of the day of service;, after the sr vice upon yon of tins summons, if serred in this County; but if served out of this Com ty and within this District tlieo within thirty days; in all other caes forty days or judgntent will be taken against you. according to the prayer of The uid action is bronpht to rocoTcr the sum of One Thousand. Two Hundred and Kiphty one lllars and Seventy -five Cents. ($1,2-1 7i alleged to be due and unpaid, from the defend ant to the plaintiff, for lumber, shingles and timber, sold and delivered to the said defendant iu the County of Maricopa, in the Territory of Arizona. Dcvember 4. A O, 1&77. Tbe cause of action is fully set forth in his' verified complaint -on file herein, to which rrf-" erence is hereby nuule for further information. And you are hereby noti6cd, that if you fail to appc.tr and a swer the complaint as aboT requited, the plaintiff will tike judgment against you for the said sum of One Thousand.- l'va Hundrpd and Kivhtvo.ie DnlLtnand SaT- enty-five Cents (Sl.U-l 75; and . osts sad dii- bursements in this behalf expended Given under mv band aud the seal of the said! Dist i. t Court at Pheaiz, this 26th tLiy of July, A. D. 1871?, Leai. FRAKCIS A. SnAW, Clerk. A. C. Swift, Attorney for Plaintiff. SslOtir Tn tbe District Court, Second Judicial District in the County of Maricopa. Territory of Arizona. J B. HITCHCOCK I Piamttn, ttiff, ) Aercinst DURYEA MILL Sc WATER CO. Defendants J Action brnnght Id tbe District Court of tbe Second Judicial District in nn-i for the eounty of Marc-pa. in the Territory of Arizona. The Territory of Arizona sends greeting to Duryea Mill and Water Company. Vou are he e'br summoned and requ ired to appear in an action broueht against vou by the above named piaintiff in the Distrie Court of the Second Jn-ili.-UI lliatrirt in and for the Count V of UftfiOODa in the Territory of Arizona, andanswer th com plaint filed with the Clerk of this Court at Phe- . nix, in said County within twenty days fexcltt sive or tbe day of serriee) after tbe service upon you of this summons, if served in this County ; but if served out of i he County and within this District, then within thi'ty days; in all other cases forty days, or judgment by default will be taken 'against you, according to the prayer of said complaint The said action is brought tn recover the sum of Six Hundred and Seventy Nine Dollars and Seventy five cents, f b7 o).at.eeea to oeuun from defendant to p'aiotiff upon an account for work and labor as Master Mechanic and builder during the year 1877. The cause of action is fully set forth in bis Terined complaint on file herein to which ref erence i hereby made for further information- And vou are hereby notified that f 3 00 fail to appear and answer the complaint as above required tbe plaintiff will take judgment against you for said sum of Six Hundred and Seventy-Nine Dollars and Seventy-five cents. (6679 75) and eosts and duhursements im this behalf expended. Given under my band, and oral of the said District Court at Pbeoix, this the 26th day of July, A. D. 1878. IsEALl FRANCIS A. SHAW., Clerk. A. C. SWIFT Attorney for Plaintiff. - 34-lOw FOB WALK. Tbe Station a-d and Ranch, know as Moon 'a S'aliun, sitiialrd at the junction of tn Oil lett. Phenix and Proot waffon mads one half mile from liillett. There are plenty ot Rood buildiofrs. rood corrals and a sruod well of wa tar. A desir.ihle location, and good chance for a rrty adapted to the business. Apply oa tha ranch, or at ibis ofBoe. . - no24 8ir W.O.MOORE. TEXAS PACIFIC RAILROAD. Xotice. U. S. I.AXr Orrirx. Flohence Jote 18. 1879. I am authorised by the Texas Facine Rail road Company to say. that occupants ot lands reserved to said Company, by Act of Coo (Tress, who file applications, can have tbe optioa of purchase at double minimum price lor a stated lime after the title is complete. itf.tf mi;LEs D. rt-sros.