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! j)L- XIV.-NO. 25.
JIIE ARIZONA ailXElt.
PUBLISHED EVERY FKIDAY.
-W. BEACSH.
Editor anil Proprioior.
.DkeSrstnnsiber of the Wkkkly MiXKB riii)ldiiD
1-aroh 9. 64. and in this, iu thirtMOth j -r. it oaa.
truth, claim to be tho oldest. a beat sowtftaper
taUtie Territorr
Subscription JvtitOH.
Car. One Year
S5.00
8.00
1.75
25
....15,00
i Si Months
Tkr.. t.i-th.
IiCdhh
ally and WffV.lv, one eor
-A.ilvrtissiji2 1-vtitos. 1
Oie-.nch ( ISlinesof thi tve). i-colataa. 3.00 far 6r
:!.'- ! $1 50 ter ioeh few earn at4tiaa! inertiou.
I
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rl 1 viit from rar.' r 1 11 be wad to ,r-
n. io adtetti.e laiyel by tb year, half vaar or
jlBProfr. onal and b-,itMFCni iertc4 Bpcraa-VMt'ternis.
nfersoa .ending aey tot rabvrrirHioa.advettislac
(Jeobwork. "' forward it by mail, or etrws, nl
rJr own risV
XJitg.nl Tcn-ltr .Votes taken at par in ptyntnt Jw siA
tltripttci ad.trti'tnffandjobiotrl:
lr TKM. In adunct tntirmiy.
AGENTS FOR THE Ml.VIiR.
AN FKASCISCO ClIAs. W. C8A5K.
Aid Moatconierv street.
KtW YOK W. II. I'-KBl?
301 North Sid street.
Arizona.
JaMK AllEiMi
A. Fuanw
J. II. I'lKKsOX
XV. Jl. llAWV
.A. K. Havi
00. K UUli:
C. 11. YEI!
Jos. COLU-VOOt
J S. MAMIKJ)
EMILKl.
PCKKNHt.SC
KI!VVlt.Lr
MfKCIt-tL l'AKK
1lOLVlX..
BJLST l'llllMX
BlDKEN'K
CeON .
P11ESCOTT POST OFFICE.
KUIMVAL AND Dni'AHTl'KE OF C. S. iIAIL5.
f Km California, Eastern St. snd SootUs Ariz on a.
r.vtmv uniKR iav.
,Ta Califorcia, Tatra State, aad Sdthra Arizona,
EVERY OTHtK HAT.
0 0-0
Mokivc County, Mineral I'ark. Cfrbat. aad HarAjrvilk,
Ajoavcs wffkTy on Satruday 3 t'.M.aad returns oa Fntlar.
0-0
nom Camp YerJp. L.ttle Colirado n 1 N'ew Mextoo.
ilondsy?. T. hursdiys aod batdmiva.
,To Caap Yt-r..e, Little Co'.or'. " -
tufsty. trKlay5 and Muda;-,
ly-lt
To Walnut Grove and UradBaTr, oaee a rreok.
OiTlco Hours 7 1 -'2 A. M. to 8 oVloolc P. M.
iMoner onlf r office from 9 o'cl-vk A. M. io3 .,'rt V v. m.
l)Utntration rloo at J r. M.. Mail days c1n, at 10 A. l.
Cr e hours on Snndavs. 9 o'clock to ltti o'eluek a m.
Mo tneney orders isnd or paid on Sundays.
T. W. OTIS. T. 31.
rreseott, April 2nd. 1S77.
OFFICIAL DIHLCTOIIV.
TERllIIOKIAL OITIl'ERS.
Delegate to Congress II tram 5. Steves.
GoTtmor A. 1. K. Saff.Tj.
Bre:ary J. f. Hort.
Auditor A. C. tt-Btict.
Treasurer. I. It- f wily.
8orTejor-Geiier.il .. ... J'u V'jsig.
Supreme Judges, 1st Dist., Cliiuf Jut.o. . . .KrewU.
Jd " DeKeit IHjrter.
3il " O. A TtraMl.
I Clerk Supreme Court Jiaocli it Atoa.
III. 8. District Attorner E. M. ouvr.
Halted State Marshal . VT. S -Mlisar.
FZeputy Manhal It Dist. Wm.J la.
Slteghter V- S. Umd OSice, IVeeU . . . u . X :iy.
Collector internal Iterenue. I Uo". Curd in.
li;eceiTr l I.. Stile.
l'recU Uo. Iuat.
YAVAfAI COUNTY Ot FICKHrt.
IrrobateJudRe Hur.oy H.CfiHUr.
ISher.!; Krt. V. er.
il.nVS onenn 4u. I.. Itr-.wn
ICounTy Uecorder m. Wilkeron
County lreanurer . 1.. J. Loot.
litnct AUoniey I'aul W-tet
Clerk District Court Win. WilVeraou.
t A. S. lla.ke;l.
lauperrliprs OMa IbwAe.
C ueo. v . unrns.
rnBscoTT rRDCt.vcT.
Justices of the Peace: II. II. Carttor. C. T. Cate aad
D. Mildbril.
Constables J. K. Itumett aad Fraak ilartHV.
VILLAGE OK l'XKSCOTT.
Jlavcr E. J. Cook.
! Councilman...
( 1 J. Al!r. XV. i W.m.M.
O. Alleaaud Dau II j ...
, ''srihal Pia k Murray
xssor. J. F. Moattor.
pfcEsJlOTT LODGE No. 1, K. of P.
VrVK a' " wr, Otirlev Mrets. YWUac broUsert. ia
S,xumaand ,? . iovitwl , u,,,.
C good tandu. c ,.Avr.K r r.
til. C.OLUtVATEU, . "' " '
K. of It. ami S. '
m
"SB
if
or
FAZTLAN LODGE Ni
177. F. & A. M
f ltecolar in
Saturday of
Ik jST Sojourning
rfF to attend.
meeting of Ul4s. i-J 1..
mi vnra i .
eaeh month. ...
S brethrea art SK-K,, -,v ,,
A. 5. I1A '
i Wm. JT. KELLT, Secretary.
rExain a ,ec Committee T. S. ltcrr, J. I. "OUKXatTW
nd T.J. Hitler.
1. 0. 0. F ARIZONA LODGE L
- mv, llegnlar MwMict on first and lliir
'vjftjfi&.'tlavf'fearli mm.tii.jit M-i-.- io Hall. 1.
0Kl5S?bersof the O' -er ia f '.l kt.ind-.ntr. are
'nAmX vited to attend K J. COOK, X. G .
; M. T. llCRZOO, Record. uc Secretary.
OLDEST AND LARGEST HOUSE IN
Southern California.
H. NEWMARK
Imrorters of and Whoosale Dealers in
G110CERIES, PK0YISI0XS,
GRAIN,
Liquors,
Cigars and
IRON AND STEEL,
AVngon Materittls,
MINING AND ,
AGRICULTURAL
IMPLEMENTS, J
Nos. 11, 13 & 15, Los Auseles St.,
. t LOS ANGELES, CAL.
ORDERS FROM ARIZONA
will inscttvi:
PROMPT AND CAREFUL ATTENTION.
POINT OF ROCKS LIME KILNS,
A. S. Cloiitrh, Proprietor.
11 MI stnpm-i Uiaivl ,
:..er !.
t 'he nut
A if, in
W .V i:ti
& CO.,
BUSINESS CARDS.
JOILY I IOWA HI),
Attorney ami Counselor at Law,!
Office South Montexnmn S Prescott. 1
S A .HI EL HAMILTON,
ATTOENET -A-T 3L.-VW",
Minornl Park, Mohavo County. Arizona.
HlilCCS (.OODKICII,
Attorney anil Counselor at Law,
Tucson, Pima County, Arizona.
OrFICK Mm.!1U Mr-et.
ClG(e W. AtUM. FKVNK M i I Kftt.
At IN J UK I Nt.K.
ARAM, McCTJSKEH & BRU2JER,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
PuKsOOTT, ARIZONA.
OAK'c tiro dHr fuath of Court IIjuw.
Will i ntctW la all tie Court
PAI L .1. KOIJKUT,
(lt t Sa:i Kr9iiMS. )
VRKSCOTT. A. T.
North ul of Ooiviirin Sirwt. nnr UranlU,
pctiVs 1'rf soh ami Spanish.
aiJLt.'.
11. .). WADE,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Ollk'o with Margrave A Morgan, Cortoz itreot.
Will icueticd in all CvarU of tUe IVrritorv.
mhis-if
JJKX.IAMIX 3IOH(IA.,
ATTOE.NET LAW, !
tOrlice with J. I. I!ar;raf. Enj..) i
l'lilM-OIT, YAVAIWI COl'XTY. AUIZONA. J
WUI l'ractlco hi all Courts ol the Territory.!
Particular attention givon to Mining Law. I
HKKKltS Til
nox. s. m:YiKxri:Lnr. San Fr.mcispo.
" n. F. Mouni.o., .Imliio Uh Pist. Court,
Thomas unow.N. Casltior Hank California.
THOMAS FITCH,
Attorney Sc Counselor at JLuiv. i
Prescott, Arizoun. j
Will Practice In all Court of the Territory, j
OtSce vritU th District Atjwrnry, Oftlce How. '
T..J. DKCJl,
.i l' j tli V.o.i..'lUl'ill
r. jjcott, Arizona,
OFFICE Soifh side of I'laia.
Law. i
lVLL WISH 12 11.
Attorney and Counselor at Law:
Prescctt, Arizona.
J. 1 IIAUGKAVC,
Attorney ami Cotuiselor at Law,
Prescott, Aiizona.
OFFICE Eat side of the IMarn.
3i uk a r aiArLUsoN.
ATTOKISTE'2' X.A.'W
OJica Row, Prescott.
JO U.N A. KViM.
i t I'CI! 4.
wi:ll
J Prescott. Yavapai Comity, Arizona
Will strictlt attend to t,U er7 busiBO, entrustwl l tUens
' in the wtverNi Cwirts of Hoord iu th Twrntof . A IwtracU
i n! nun to Miatoir L'titimo aud Kr,,lty aceuratvly prvpurvd.
remp attatin iven to colkwtiuas-
II. n. ali:xam)i:h,
j ATTOR'E A.T XsSW,
" iyi, Arizona Tetiitory.
ractiee ia all the Courts of the Territory.
Will
DR. A
.1. T!l!HOr:. 31.A.. 3LD.
M.
,.. Q ieea l oiverMto. )
Jl. D
Trmitv
Univer..!' . J
M. !:. C. Piiy. and Surjf.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Preaeott. Arirona.
Omcc ANN IlLHIICN(.-K Jotf ell Ka.ldtnj, etMt of Aa
decs Si Kon c's store.
DIL WAItitKX L. DAY. ,
SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN, j
0 Fries Muateauma Street, above (loodwiu, PresooU. I
Caabecansulie I at his OiB w iA all hours: dec 'JO.
l.iV McCAXDLKSS,
East side of Moutezuina St. bet Gurlcy &
Willis, 3 doors north of Head & Co. s
I)K. O. LLNCOLX.
Oflice Xo.'2, Office How, Cortex
Street, Prescott.
E. TUE1LE. 31.
Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur,
PKESCOTT, A. T.
Odee and reMdeac on Moutetuata Street, opposite the
Mtxcit Oltice.
fJPriTate entrnnco to consnliaUon rooms, from the
rear. deo'JOtf
DENTIST.
T. G A II DLiVI 12 It, D. I. S.
OiDeo with r- Llneola, Office Itow, Pre.cott.
mhSi-t "
.1. L. COGSWELL,
3D E3STTIST
SV. -J0 Kearov St ,
SAN KUANCISCO.
Preecott. Mar, " 17.
wly.
MISCELLA-InTEOUS.
GEO. 31. WATERS,
Miliwiilit and Contractor.
PKKSCOTT, A. T.
feb5m5
11ENKY H. iVIUKHAY.
1ST O T-A-lSTSr 2?XJS3L,IC-
OKKICE East We of the Plaia adjoining C. T. Hay-
' ''
Prescott, Aruenu, June . Is.
IL ii. cauttei:,
Probate J uclge, Justice of the Peace
And Conveyancer. County Building.
.JAY G. K.KLLEY,
ASSAY RK,
Prescott, Artaon.T Territory.
BLAKE Jc CO.,
ASSAY"ERS3
01 Dit't. O-ld and S:ler Bullion and Ore of every
leeripti welieil ni.d aared. All asay puamnleeii.
OKHCK In lu ldiaij f.irniiTlj twcupiwl by A. A J. .M.
Express Co.. Preaewtt.
E. .1. HE A N ITT, C. 11. .
Dcimty lT. S. mineral Mirveyoi
County Purveyor f Yavapai County.
Prescott Arizonn.
All Wads of oItII encineerlnir and surveying promptly j
attetaletl to.
oaice North of the Cuurt House. m Cor-
n stret.
LEOX CORDLEH,
Cath House, Sliaving- Saloon
A.vn
LADIES' UAIR-DRESSER,
Kot We of Plaxa. fel)12 ly
T OTTO.
Oa door Vnrth of K-!'y A -Stephen
.PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 8, 1S77.
BUSINESS CARDS.
W. C. (I All K 1ST,
city EznRESsivrisr.
Kwidcnce Naxt to Judje Rush's.
J. CiOLDWATKK & HKO.,
WIIOl.K-Al.E DBALKKS,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
Elirwsnbarg. Atisoiut Tanitory.
i). :ii:M)i:K.so.N co..
Lonmxision Stock llrokers,
313 Montgomery St, - - San rrancisco
Kair.nent Novmln Itlock.
Mvk Sold Huuckt, ami CuriU uu Mntria. tM
""'l"l OO fcH"k.
O. K.
STAIiLi:, CA.MP
UOUS12
AM
j''icicx Yvizr,
Wt Mr of UrMit Crk . l'K KSCOTT.
Rtjtk hvmnkd, twocht or ulJ. IUrly. Cora awl Hay
I alnny on band.
J. V.
CLAY, rrofrimr.
, mha: tt
Hi KSCOTT.
' Levi Bubford. Koo't. H. Burtanter. VTa. 0. BaAfcrd.
BASHFOBD & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
GENERAL
t7TnUATVTTMCi
JLb vJ i L Vi U L U
We lavlte aa Inpvotion of oar CorafuUr SrloCleJ
Slock of
,
Dry Goods,
yi r,.
Dress Goods,
Dress Trimmings, 1
Ladies' Underwear,
Ladies' Hose, including
Balbriggan, English,
Striped and Colored.
Children's IlOSu, in yn-at vari. y ;
Corsets, Corset Trimmings,
Collars, CufTs, Ilnchings,
EuSingi, Embroidery,
Insertions, Laces,
Fancy Toilet Articles,
Ribbons & Jewelry.
GROCERIES I PROVISIONS.
Teas, Sugars, Coffees,
J Canned Fruits & Vegetables,
i Whole and Ground Spices,
Alden Dried F.uits,
California Dried Pears,
Peaches, Apples, Grapes.
j Pitied Plums, Currants,
j Washing and Toilet Soaps,
1 Canned Honey, strained and in comb,
Cand1 s, Crackers. Nats,
iu. linsj, Bacon, Lard,
Buttor, Cheese, and Ef gs,
Potatoes, Corn, Flour, Etc., Etc.
ix xs. j 'm
ix ;ki:.vt yauiety.
For Mechanics, Maists,
Mill Men and Attisans,
Plows, Plow Steels, Scythes,
Rakes, Bellows, Auvtls. Alios,
Shovels, H.mima.s. Sledges,
Pck-i. Ci:-l3, Fil-!, Saws,
Drills, Pianss, Screws, Nails,
I CARRiA3E & WAQ0?i MATERIAL.
j Spokes. Hubs, FcIKh-s,
Uii;h. Axles. Tor.sucs,
Njckyoke, Single ,t Doubletrees j
Oil
Tire Iron aud Steel,
All Kinds and sizes,
Drill Steel, Toe Steel,
Fick Steel, Shoe Steel,
Iaml Iron, Ho) Iron,
Hub Iron and Nail Rod,
Carriage and Tire Holt,
Nuts Washers, aud Tacks,
Horse Shoes, Mule Shoes,
Ox Shoos, Ux Nails, Horse Nails,
Giant, IMustutg aud Kifio I'owdcr,
Shot, Bullets, Stoves, Tinware,
CLOG 33Z S ,
Lamps aud Chimueys,
'oodenware, and Willow waro
Glassware, Crockery, Stone China.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladies' and Gents', Misses' and Childrens
TouthV and Infants.' All kinds
and sizjs, and All prices.
O 3L. O T II 1 IV Gr
To suit all tastes
Cardigan Jacket Over-
coats. Gents' Undershirts, aud
Drawers of every desctiption.
GENTS' FURN.SH.NQ GOODS.
! Collars, Neckties,
Cheviot and Fancy
Neglicres and Ovorshirts,
Ualbriugan Socks, Hritish Hose,
Woolen Socks and Stockings,
II..inlkrd:icfs, Gloves, Etc.
II n. ts a nd Caj)
Men, Women and Children's.
TOUACCOAM) Clf-ARS,
Best Brands Lowest Pr.es.
AYEH'S, JAYA'E'S, HIUSTOL'S,
ICEX.YKDY'.S A3I II ALL'S
FAMILY MEDICINES,
And a full assortment of the best
Patent rvieclioines
Now in Market W.trrmled Freh and Genuine.
-p-A-iixrxs, OILS,
Pu. t
Tarnish, and Brushes,
mil PAPER & BORDER. WINDOW SHADES,
SadilUry, Pocket & Table Cutlery.
Wu have perfected arranpnctip to receive goods
i on every steamer, and will thus lie enabled to
i rlvc a complete outfit to one ami al' ,
I We Pny thc Highest Price or nil the
I Products of the Country.
l'roaoott. January 7 lr-?C
YUiMA COUNTY.
Otrnr Main t ftrtt SU., VH CtUfrnia Stntt,
VUVtA, AUtlO.NA. SAN I'KANCIiCO UAL.
HtlSKXtiCKO, AKIiONA.
JAMES M. BARNEY,
Sue?iur to tks 1mi firm ef
1
... . ,
UJ M
B . HOOPER & CO
Oontiaurt tk Ilualaett la
ARIZONA AND CALIFORNIA,
j.v -i.v
Importer fc "Wholesale
HMercli:xnt,
S II I X I I iV G
A X D
i COMMISSION ilLERClLVNT,
I Will onrry a full prime itK ot
Provisions,
(Iroeerie.,
Dry Goods,
t-Iothiiij;,
Jioot., Shoes,
Hardware, Drills,
SADDLERY, & IYIIN.NQ IViATERlALS,
Selec'rU to vuictly suit
Merchants, Ranchers, Station
Keepers, Freighters, and
Miners of Arizona
and Mexico,
Kalleiu orders for poods, and iastiret aatlsfactios ; FOK
WAHDS freight and merchalie to any part of the
Worfcl, iBurin. if desired ; lluys. or makes advances,
on all Arixoaa and Mexican prudure.
Tie Sale of Ores and Minerals a Specially.
Huys and Krtbanf f
GOLD SILVER JIULLIOIV,
Gold Dust, Legal Tenders,
U-S- Treasury Drails.
SOLDIERS' WARRANTS AND VOUCHERS-
And Good Commercial Bills
SfECtAL OaOEIlS WILL tlC ATTrXDCD HY TUX
SAN FRANCISCO BBAKCH HOUSE,
With promptitude and fidelity;
All Orders aad Commissions should te addressed to
JAMES IT. BAKNEY,
Yuma, Arixoaa.
February I, 1S76.
lima jQi-iiir Store.
GEORGE MARTIN",
Wsolesal and Ketail
DRUGrOIST,
Main Street, yiinias Arizona.
lias In store a full line ot
-Dispensing Medicines.
PATH XT MEDICIXES,
ikugs, pkkfuiehy. palnts.
OIIuS,
Toilet Soap, Tooth Brushes,
And AH Other Articles Dsaally Kept la Drag Stcret
t" Prccriptlons put up n ita creat care.
Onlers from the country solicited, with the assurance
th.tt prices. i:o oucd katisfactory
UKOUGK MAUTIN.
YUMA NEWS DEPOT.
STATTOIVERY and BOOKS.
CUTLERY, FAXCY GOODS,
CIGAES, &c C-A-nSTIDIES,
jsto., astc. ictc.
JAAIES AHECG, - - Proprietoi.
Jtaln Street, Yuma, Arisona.
rtpApency for the AltUON'A Ml NEIL
SALT ItlVEIi
FLOURING MILL,
EAST PIIGCNIX, A. T.
,M
This nelt known nad joptilar Plourinr Mill
will start up and commence grinding wheat from the new
crop, making
No. I Family Flour,
ABOUT .MAY 15TII.
And will constantly have on hand the liest homo manu
factured brauds in the Territory, in quantities to suit pnrj
chasers.
A LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO THE
TRADE.
tip Orders solicited.
Cash Prices as Low as the Lowest.
C. II. VEIL, Proprietor.
Orders may be left wllli C. P. Head t Co.. or G. Cor
nell, l'rcoott, and will receive prompt attention.
.. ..i, .....
nl'37.wtf
THE PARK BREWERY
AND TELEGRAPH SALOON.
LEVIN & BRATJN, : PROPRIETORS,
MAIN STUEET, TUCSON', ARIZONA.
Vine Oermnn Lunch, Ice-ootd Lager, Ilest Liquors
and Cigars. Heading Koom attached.
JAMES CARROL,
Livery Stable and Peed Corral,
TUCSON, AUIZONA.
The llest of Peed and Accommodations for tho travel
ing public.
C. LABAREE,
ST-A-G-E STATION",
Twonty-llvo mllc" front Florence.
nnsT.ci.ASS tarli: ani accommooatiox
for traveler. Alao plenty of MAULEY. COU". WA
TEU and II AY tuyltf
POETE "52".
A 51 other'-. Prayer.
ltY TIIKOIIOItn TII.TO.V.
With anger arinn a inoilmr proband
A laughTng mhe against her brciut,
Tlion tlumto llwiven site cri(l itt umyon
"Now, oven a hin far ia fair,
Oh I.oni, l;t'c thou front within
An freo from eveiy sjmH of vln."
From llwivun tlu U-iI nn ainwer made:
"Ilohold, 1 Kinnt as thou hart pray oil."
Within tlx door the tlnrkne erojrt,
And babo and mother gently lopt.
From helfrtot rant; the midnkht bell.
Tho lvntohmtinaiiMvorod: "All is woll."
Tho nuithorni the cradle's sutle
Awoku to tiiulthu bttbo had dtetl.
With prief lo set a wommi wiltl
She caught nml dumped the marble child
Until her hrart agtthibt his own
Was broken beaten on a stnn.j.
"Ohliod!" slieeriod in herdimHir,
"Why hast thou moeketl a mother's nravor V
TJion answered lie: "As I Iirvu willed",
Thy prayer, oh woman, Ufullilled;
If on tho tutrih thy cliitd remain,
His soul vhnll RMtlior mattv a stain :
At thy lM"het I stretch my hand
And take him to tin- hrt'nlv land."
The mother htttnl and Imwed her heail
And hid her chock aiiainst the dead,
Andcriod: "(thtiml ! I tlare not prav,
Thou answurest in so ;raugo a way'
In shadow of a tajwr's light
She moaned through all tho lonnlv night,
Hut when tho morninsr brought tho sun
She prayed : "Thy will, oh Lord ! bo tiono."
Strength for to-day is all that wo need,
As there never will bo n to-morrow :
For to-morrow will prove but another to-day.
With its measure of joy ami of sorrow.
Then why foa-cast tho trials of life
With such sad and grave torUtenco,
Attn which ami wait lor a cmwtl 01 ills
That as yot has no existence.
l.KTTKK Plum TYSON'S WBI.I.S.
Editoii MiNitn: As a roailer of your ad
mirable iiows niudiuin, I oftcr for publica
tion a few thoughts on the mining stock
market of San Fiancisco, to an average un
derstanding of which it is all important;
fir&t, that we should unearth the causes
which led to its descent, and second, how
long the?e causes will continue to exist, or
if modifies1, under what forms may the mar
ket be assailed hereafter with the view
singly to prevent a recurrence of such dis
aster to so important a factor of this Coast's
prosperity.
It is obvious to all intelligent thinkers
that the whole business of mining, viewed
iu comparison with other industrial en
terprises is super-speculative. 3Iiuing,
pure and simple, is an occupation requiring
similar individual training as any other, but
in combining milling and smelting, distinct,
but correlative adjuncts, with it, we make
it a business of more tlinn ordinary com
plc.xity.aud requiring superior talent on the
part of those officials who direct its opera
tions; of the value of its products to our
social system, no sane man will question.
3lr. Carlyslc's remarks, as quoted in the
sermon of Hcv. T. K.iS'oble, to the contrary,
"that we should cultivate our fields instead
of our mint's," it being the quintessence of
folly to think that gold and silver, if only
valued as circulating medium, have not
justified the time, labor, and capital used in
their ptottuction Iroin their discovery here;
sulhce it that the reflected sense and ma
terial prosperity of California and its deni
zens are not inistakeably ignorant of the
value of their mines; but to imprudent and
inordinate progress rather than to merce
nary cupidity 10 possess money (coneep-
lively an idci of success) mavVe attribute
among others a rulintr cause for our present
distress; but ot oth 'rs, and which brings
me ta consider my first rojKhjition, it may
be remarked, the frauduh ut intent of the
bonanza Kiugs was made manifest upon
the declaration of dividends which, meta-
p mricnllv. eats tnecaii m i no cows Detlv.
Mtiiitnn ,Ydird,vl..n.u1Ir.,r,nui,vftlirmvvl
Millhon dollar dn idends drove mnii shrewd
licnds irom the stock market, the verv air
phoricallv. "eats the cull in thc cow's belly
to them being redolent of dMione,tv the
moment the? were inaugurated; it also'crys -
talized an alreatl v cultivated extravagance
: , i.;.. .i:..; ,i, .t,
of thn Wnshoe mint's, to an extent that such
111 VlI , ,.,t,l, ,V .,V llUUItlkVllllall,
. v.. ...... ...
a collossal purpose can lie best appreciated
by suggestiug that had the owners of Crown
Point, lelcher, Consolidated Yirgiuia, ami
California acted with as much conservatism ! Francisco Call of May 20th, the following
as a good farmer tloea who preserves a rich j very car.ect view ou the future trade ol Ar
farm for his heirs, content with taking one ;,.,- which wa eonv and endorse:
crop er year,
they would have held the
m-nduous rivallinir tlu act of Sampson, who
slew mort' nt his death than in his life,
would fail of its ban est if anything less
than wholesale misery which now pervades
the ranks of those who have tilled the vaults
of thc schemers with jewels of gold, and
jewels of silver; tho sequel to which is, bro
ken friendships, ruined families, and mines
of suspicious values, the capital of a once
happy and progressive people usurped by a
few men who have diverted the wealth of
hundreds better than themselves to the pro
curement of real estate and other solid in
vestments; at which point it may be perti
nently asked, if tho capital once employed
iu mining is withdrawn because bonanza
mines are not considered safe investments
by tho?c who manipulated them, to whom
arc we to look in thc present calamitous
state to inaugurate an upward movement in
mining stocks ? Or what assurance have
the outside stockholders that thc tactics ot
thc past will not be again repented upon
what mav be thought tort uitous occasion;
of course, the lessons of a past are generally
freighted with incalculable good, if with in
tense disgust to those who have been strip
ped in a "light where the victors arc van
quished, and the entire m'uing interests ot
the Coast paralysed; bulls and bears alike .
stand nppaueti in in.' iiwim-i luunuii: uy
with them, but it has doubtless left them a
chance of repairing, to some extent, the
evils brought upon their former patrons by
a kind forbearance in settling accounts.
That rigid economy consistent with the
service ofknown talent should be adhered
to. will be conceded by all, when it is to be
hoped that really good and valuable mine
ral property of the Coast will ultimately
bring a restored prosperity.
Respectfully, llv. Eudv.
Tyson's Wells, A. T., May 2G, 1877.
The Volume op Niaoaua. The amount
of water passing over the Niagara falls has
been estimated at 100,000,000 tons per hour,
and its perpendicular descent mav pe taken
at loO Tcet. without considering the rapids,
which represent a further fail of 150 feet.
The force represented by the principal fall
alone amounts to 10,800,000 horse power,
an amounts which, if it hail to be produced
by steam, would nece?tntato the expenditure
of not less than 200,000,000 tons of coal per
annum, taking thc consumption of coal at
four pounds per horse-power per hour. In
other words, all the coal raised throughout
the world would barely sutlice to produce
the amount of power that annually runs to
waste at this wonderful fall.
l'.?ul iou v u. thinsr else, 1 miirlit mention, or interest to
their command, because they would have . g Pnui,.Jsc0 Thc Goiae., citv seciI13 t0
,i ltn iii,linti t L 11 a,xa --v U ti - a, a n r ,
esu,ous..t;u Fu..m.yul bo a little apathetic resinlinar her share of
would have been of incalculable bencht to lhe Arizona trade, anil If alicw not mindful
the entire Coast; but, alas I intent so stu- ;, - Un t... ,i, cr ruw
I
Lirrrsu rr.oM olohi: citv.
Oi.ohk City, Slay 27, 1ST7.
Kbitor Minur: -Allow mo through your
ftluxble journal, which is tile west reliable
of all th Territorial papers, to inform the
outside - world what fe being done here in
. i, s n .i' 1 ,tM.
ute rwin wjhw ot swme nn" " i ages will soon lie over. Through the north
but a lew year since the Apache reigned and cast of the country, from the neighbor
supreme now can be found the mark of j hood of the Imperial citv, and from -tho
eiviliJUstion and the presence of many hardy i J01" of A1!? el,0.V Sea; beyond the line of
..kit. u.sian. -h.. Inw;, , lHnt , the Great A all which shuts off Ch na from,
white iwoapecto, Mhwe miioa seems to thc We3tern WjrM Mt.fi tw tcrriMe
lie one of great- gootl in tearing from its j ,atjon extends. The surfcrinir, we arc told
dormant aphere the metal that makes the ;s bevond description. In addition to tho
liearts of all joyous. itlnn the last few j multltudea who have already perished under
days experiments ltavc been made with a j it, there is the larger number of those who
new furnace, and after a short ran the flux uro jllst uianagins to keep alive, and from
gave out, compiling the closing down of whose exausted ranks fresh victims are con
the furnace for a short time, but not until a tinually added to the dismal roll. Anything
tifactory experiment was arrived at, show- , Jmt win alUy iuuger iit eaKeriVS0Ugi
iok $15,000 m bullion. no matter how uniminnff or unfit tube used
Jlesere. Kennedy & lleebe have thoir fur-, food. Th m't.n tt.Ws r ,i,
, sill 11 I 1
oaee m lull Wast, which has proved a per-
feet auccesa. having worked the oro up to 80
jlr. Ivennetiv, a gentleman who commauds
plettty of capital, has a copper aud silver
turnuce on the road, and has made the ne
cessary Arrangements whereby it Mill be im
mediately put up and into M-orking con
dition, lie is a business man, and anything
which he may undertake will be carried out
to the letter."
ilr. Ferguson has gone to San Francisco
after a twenty-stamp mill, and is expected
to be lck here with the same in a few
weeks.
A llve-stnmp mill has been erected at Mc
Millen and Harris' camp, which is now turn
ing out about $1,100 per tiny, the bullion
from which find its way to Florence, where
it is exchanged for currency. This city has
five stores for supplying the mines, four sa
loons, one butcher shop, a barber shop and
a dairy. Miis come and go regularly, and
everything seems to present a prospect of a
Iwiglit future for this place. When once all
th machinery that is now ordered shall have
arrived and put in ruuning order, it is a dif
ficult matter to calculate the amount of bul
lion that will be sent forth from this rich
district daily. Yours, II. & S.
Indian, surrounded.
Camp Kownson (Neb.), ilay 2,1. At
noon to day the principal warriors at this
agency, to the number of COO, were passed
iu review by General Crook. Lieutcnat Clark
formed the line on a plain cast of the build
ings. Crook taking a stand in front of the
centre. The Indians were broken into col
umns of eighteen platoons, and executed the
march past in gootl style. Having been a
gaiu wheeled into line' the chiefs rode M'ith
in a few paces of General Crook, when they
dismouted and shook hands with him. Crazy
Horse now saw the General for the first
time, knelt on thoground t.s he took his hand,
and bis example was follwed by most of the
others. Little Uig Man conspicuous from
his almost complete nudity. General Crook
now led the mm to the agency, the compa
nies ia line hreuLmg into columns of fours
to the front. An the principal men having
assembled iusid the agency stockade, an
interval of silence ensued, while the Indians
were arranged in the order of prcccdance in
speaking, and the council was then opened
by Crazy Horse, who is notably a man of
few words. Seating himself on the ground
in front of the General, he spoke in a low
I voice as follows:
1 "You sent tobacco to mv catnn to invite
me to come iu. "When the tobneco reached
me I started, and kpt on moving until I
reached her:', fever since mv arrival mv
! f,,ce,,ms l"""1, tou""rd tl,e f?rt' n,ml
j ,u-v ht? ,Irt l1" ,,al'i,i' " coming this
way. i picked tint a place wneru l wish to
live hereafter, and I mit a stake in the ground
to mark the spot. There is plenty of game
iu that country. All these relatives of mine
that are here approve my choice of place,
and I would like them all to go back there
. , , " . ' " i
! wh me and stav there together." Crazv i
Allowed bv Yonn Man Alfraui,
' ,UIr "-- "V ivui.mi,
! " vl , "awr' ir" , ,'
, ot,,V"' slH)k aH'reiltcr Vr ,e? lenSth
tV.,,1" ,SRn,l ?" exJrluss,l,r f dfs.,rc .t0
' bide by thc decision ot thc authorities in
I,, -
i l,,t' mautr,
and to behave themselves in
future.
Aktzox.v Tk.vdb. We find in the San
o..,,; t;.." tfa M,.r ;
merchants. The Denver and Colorado Rail
road will soon have its trains runniug into
the centre of New Mexico, and even to a
point not far distant from thc Arizoua line.
From thence a road will be made across tho
Mogollon Mountains, placing Prescott in
direct commnication with St. Louis. East
ern prices, and the similarity of currency
will be two things in favor of St. Louis.
Let Sim Francisco merchants be alive to
this fact: that they must otfer special in
ducements for the retention of thc trade
with our Territory, or else in the course of
a couple of years, when commercial relations
with Arizona will be worth competing for,
they will fmd themselves distanced by thc
Missourians. Paul.
The Yuma Sentinel wants to sec thc line
of the Government Telegraph between
Yuma aUij g.m w torn down aml t
hotwcm Yuma amt Fort 3i0j:,vc. ylU
W(J wouW Hke tQ sec a Une fnjm Ynma CQn
necting with Mojave and thence on to Miu
cral Park and Prescctt. we would not like
to sec thc line from San Diego taken down
for the purpose of constructing other lines.
It would leave the people of thc Territory
,u tho mcrcv ol- tl)
'hcm to tariff
of the A. fe P. line and S'lbicct
tho company might see
tit to impose aud it is now we have a com
peting line that will keep the prices dowu.
Appointments. Washington, May 2.I.
The Cabinet have decided to appoint Mrs.
Thompson, daughter of the lato Rev. Alex.
Campbell, Postmistress at Louisville.
Siiiims, the fugitive slave who was cap
tured by Attorney-General Deveus, when
the latter was United States Marshal at Bos
ton, during Fillmore's administration, and
who under the Fugitive Slave l.nw was
turned over to thc authorities at Savannah,
Georgia, has leen appointed messenger in
General Devon' Department.
A telegram d.ited May 27 says: Thc peo
ple of Ireland have made up a purse of from
$100,000 to 125,000 for the Pope. The far
greater part of this came in very small sub
scriptions, although one county (Wicklow)
farmer is stated to have subscribed $."i.000.
Cardinal Cullen took to Rome jJW.OOO, col
lected iu tho Dublin diocnso alone. The to
tal amouut of English Catholic presentations
is 7o,850. ' '
"William Breeiccnridgc, a colored man, thc
murderer of William and Emntett Maxwell
at Palo Blanco, Colfax county, was hung in
Ciuiarrcu on the Sth init.
ESTABLISHED 1864
Patnino In China,
Foom the London Times of June 1st.
Tho famine which our Shaughal corre-.
pondent' letter descrites this morning is
disaster of woeful magnitude. It extend
ovr a very wide regi n of the Empire Itis
I tlJ P!tf?? ft0
suul3,antl tlitre is no near hope? that Us rar.
1 - v4 UIU
4n,i dried leuvw tliat serve generally for fuel
aru not now riCgiecte.l as nauseous or unsat-
The govermeat is making the semblance
of an t ilbit to retivc the widespread mis
cry; but the means it employs are wholly
inadequate. An expression of verbal sym
pathy, a grant of money which allows about
u farthing a day for the relief of each case
of distress, and some well-meant but mis
taken edicts, which have had the effect
simply of making matters worse than before,
are thc measure of assistance which tho
Chinese rulers can bestow. The fainino
proceeds in spite of them, and matters are
rendered worse by the iutensc cold which
prevailed at thc date of our corrcapon
deut'js letter, and by thc snow, which lay so
deep as to prevent the eop!c Irom picking
up any of thc wild produce of the soil. As
summor advances and as thc M'ceds begin to
grow and the trees to be covered with foli
age, there may be a change expected for the
better. Meanwhile there is no remedy to
bo found, except in the readiness of the
people to do anything and submit to any
thing that will furnish them with the bare
means of preserving life, and in the willing
but insufficient relu-f fund, which is sub
scribed among thc foreigners resident in.
China and distributed by the Protestant
missionaries in the North."
The cause of the famine is the same as
that from which Iudia is now suffering.
The crops of last summer M ere, m-c are told,
almost entirely destroyed by drouth, and the
peasantry have now come to an end of their
slender reserves of grain and have nothing
left on which they can fall back for sup
port. China is a country which at thc best
of times thc population presses very closely
upon thc means of existence. There arc no
waste stores anywhere. Everything is al
ready turned to account, and when the ne
cessity comes there is little room for any
further saving or reduction. Land and M'ater
arc alike taxed to the uttermost to furnish
food and dwelling space for the teeming
multitudes which cover them. The Chinese
are hard M'orkers, content with slender
fare, and able to put up comfortably M'ith a
general scale of living which would be sim
ply intolerable to Englishmen. These quali
ties and habits, which turn to their advan
tage abroad when they are brought into
competition with other races, are a source
of danger to them at home.
"West it Paul homos, formerly stock raisers
at thc Chimchuchuo Flat, on the Colo
rado river, have moved their stock, 1,200 iu
number, on to the Santa Maria, about 20
miles below or west of thc settlements iu
Thompson Yallcy aud about 50 miles west
of Prescott. We are informed by Mr. West
that he has found and located a most desi
rable stock ran.'h, and is surprised ' at
himself to think that he did not move in
this matter long since. Mr. "West admits
that the Colorado is a ivor countrv for
stftoi. r..:. ,, ,j ,h;r,tro, ,,.,f v.h,;''i
tock rais.ng, and thinks Mat lavnpat can I
be excelled. With a stirt of over one thou
, .,
t
sand head of cattle and with such a
a Mr. West has seeu,td fur himself aud
partner, it will not be long before they can
com.t their herd, as it rouius back and forth
over the grassy hills aud plains, by the
thousands. This is another acquisition to
our county; one that we should all be glad
to see come in. They do not enter the com
peting field without means, but ut once
bring property, the tax- on which will
help defray the expenses of County and
Territory.
Wah News Tirnouoii Tunnisii Souncns.
Constantino; I.-, May 27. The Circassians
in trans-Cancdssia have surrendered their
arms to the Russians.
A telegram from E gjroum, states that a
Tttrkisirfortc of 10,000 men from the Van,
which had been concentrated at Barquicrer,
is advanting towards Rayntid.
A dispatch says the Levant Herald has
been suppressed for a mouth for disparging
the Minister of War.
Mukhtar Pasha telegraphs that the Rus
sians are making forward movements from
various sides. He alo reports several small
engagements, especially in the neighborhood
of Ears, all resulting favorably for thc
Turks, aud he claims that the Russians in
taking Artlahan lost 0,000 men.
Constantinople, May 28. Mukhtar Pasha
reports that an additional force will be re
quired to defend the southern roads, as the
Russians evidently intend to gain possession
of the river Arras or Euphrates.
The "Bedouins are becoming troublesome
in Palestine, and there is a panic at Jeru
salem. Ears is one of the gates between Turkey
and Persia, and opens to the invaders a road
to thc great route to Teheran on the south
cast; toward Erzeronm aad thc Euphrates
on the southwest; and, mo3t important of
all, to Trcbizonde on the East .which could
not be long detended by land, and which,
once invested by thc Russians, could render
eflectivc assistance to the Czar's Black Sea
squadron. Ears is, in fact, the key to Russ
ian success in Asiatic Turkey. Its fortifica
tions cover an area of ten square miles. The
town is on a plain nearly 7,000 feet above
the level of the sea, and is surrounded on
three sides by rugged hills which form na
tural bases for defence. A little stream of
the same name flows by on the southeast.
The population is about twelve thousand,
chiefly Armenians, who make a scanty living
out on through trade between the east anil
the west.
Hon. J. J. Gosper, the newly appointed
Secretary, was in Tucson when last heard
from, and will undoubtedly start for Pres
cott to-morrow, as that is the day selected
by Governor Hoyt on which to bid farewell
to Tucson friends, fora time, and take up lib
residence at the Capital of the Territory.
Ex-Governor SatTord is now a private citi
zen, and at present, wo believe, in the field
with Captain Buford, hunting for 'Indian.
ir. is expect ett mat liutortl nml his Indian,
scouts aviII soon raturnfrom their fresh fields
ailinrds and dlsbtuid amid the jraies of a
few who have gobbled up $10,i of the peo
ple's money.
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