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SOL. XIV. -NO. 31.
AK1Z0XA 31 IX EH.
PLM.1SHKV l'.VUKY riUDAY.
0-EEL-A.S- W. BSACH,
K.litor :ul l'rtipritor.
Exhf.rtnumWr of top W'RBKLV MlNRR a,pdB
3th V. 'sol. nud i ti. w latrtfeatl. ypar. it oan.
tr-i;l -laim to lp ! klpt. i ot Hen pap-i
. One Yiir
y and W fckly . one y.w. . .
'OnfaAi llllmpiof lhitvr0. i wlHttm. sS.Cajar.u-.
'jJUMU'"' - ' 1 " ' "
WC.ibpr.il d.-.-ount frota abm- rate will tw t pr-
lv tp vpar. unit ypar r
n 1 UtiMns.irJ iwr:l uni-ia-
BFer-f r cudmc w irnwr lot artKrifrta.ilvrt.ii:
Jr,)ou wile T-i.iy forward! fcy hmU i .Hliprnifp, at
LiVon' r-n.'T .V?.-r r.'lra at pr xm pujfmtiHJtr iw
BP" TI.RMS. aJr-ae i-wtrt-Wy.
SX FKANilM-" C.v
J J" .MoBtgrxHuery rppt
Jill Nunh Sit rtreot.
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w. jt. i:ai
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J. S. M.N8F!-I
1M FAV .
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OFFICI A L JHK IX TOIl V.
t:-;kituial om r.ns
.H:rm S. t-rn''.
. J..I111 P. lloyt.
J. J . i;,i,r.
K. P. Clark.
. . . John Wa-i.n.
IStii-ri-iup Jtt'lcf". 1 lit tliWf Jui.. . . . FrfBoli.
V.l " I)Kore! 1'nrtr.
3.1 " C.A.Tw--d.
Clf rt StpTci.i- Court.... J(;h n Antnn.
U: S. 1 ?r,.- AttKm-v B. 11. lVa:rv.
UnitPil Stat- MurOial . V,. SttiH!er.
iDfj'Uty Marhal It liit Vm. J. iMwn.
ICoIMt IMtTtMl Itovoiiw: Th.. Conli.
iRecivr ' " " M. L. snlo.
Prc-l !. Louni.
TYV.rAl WUXTY Ol nCKRfl.
.llnrler 11. Cr.rliP.
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...... .(to. K. lmn
1:. .1. Ck
i Jo"h Ck.
( Cum. W. Cnrti.
ICout.tv lcrJer.. ......
Ditn t Attttrniy
lerV Uittno Curt
case; II. 11. Crtt'r. C. P. Cal nl
Coct(2b'r(. ....... J. K. i!urelt hihI Praak .Murray.
viiXAtu: or fKKnorr.
Mytr E. J. Ck.
I., j. Ai:r. u . f. iko.
') O. AlVunm! I)a Hatz.
Ijisruba'.... Prank .Mwrrav
rAM.r J. P. Mrmd-v.
PllESCOTT POST OKK1C1C
JKntvAi, axi ikpai;t; ui: OK P. S. MAIL.-.
Flora CaliforaU. Ern Smt.'j jibJ SiMitbrra Ariaon.
BKvtua nnir.K ii.w.
CaUroraia. 'tm Static aod Httarra Ariaaaw,
mat .w:itv oTiiEr. iiav.
jfaliar ivmntjr, Jl'ivral rarv uvrmt. ami llararvtlh..
LTr4 irccklvvn .SHtrixla 3r. M.aod ivtuni'.M l'rHl.
;ftotn Catnp VrI. I.Mtte ral. aa.l Xr Mtisioi. j
HX ilon lay, 'riiui-.U - and Stunlav. !
' Ca;a; Wnl.. Littl.- oaonxlu ana Xr Mexiv".
TueJ.ir. I ri. bv aal uaaay,
T Walnut firm ami Ilrail,lui-, hhs a tl.
Ofiiiliotu-J ! A.M.toHoVloHc P.M.
Maarvririlerotlicc lrin '. ! A. M. uVWk f. M
tRecif rratlon cttn t 3 v. M.. Mail rfayi. 10 a. M.
lOfifp hutjr n Sunday. !'l VUok to I0J o'cWk . M.
lyZA tnnn.r rlr j,iifsl r tai.l hi Sundav.
k T. W. OTIs. . M.
AfrH 2nd. 177.
KZTLAN LODGE No. 177. F. & A. M
lVmlar mwtinct of tlit Ias1c" n tliclat
.Sa'tird-iv f acli m."i!h. at 7Vl.ok v. Jl.
Sc "Jni nc lir"thrrn arn fraternally invltrd
rtHtViJ- A S IIASKKLL. YV. M.
i.y.X. Kfi.I.V. S. . rtt.irv.
?JExam"ic Cw'nmit! T. S. Kill. J. X. INHilLWKfi
I T. J. l lLf'
EI. 0. 0. F.. ARIZONA LODGE No. 1.
K'cu'ar Mtvtmirs on firM and third Sat-
tir.):i f .itli iii.Hitl..nt Matu.iiH Hull. Mem
-3clwrMf tlieOr.ifr, in km1 tatulini;. ariu-
Jj&Whw vaeilt...Ctpnd. K. .'. COOK, ..
Er.'. T. llRIi ' U' 1 tiir Swtnn .
S. C. ItllLLER & BRO.
Etl)W jrpurod to rMfive and f.-w.ud ull pl an.l
aCln tii H Irav. K.iretibcrtf !ir tiim j-r hhhiiIi
ST sc. MiLi.r.i; .t 111:0.
H ouse Cleaninfi !
K(Wrj.i ""r """" Ni wine ' sin trail : IVtMS-sand
SStbu.' i'-.ir-ii ''I-1 'i I rpurl wrllfdacor dwdml,
ad all Viuit. f "dd '..l.tm, d-nH- .y
f .1 A t'K -OK-A 1.1. THAI) US.
OFl'lCK N. Y " "f Mr J-t-'.i KhW li. ie. YVben
rcKCitt. J iiy '."
'A tint aav fl-. d..in a sh! tnit.r., litv
lif tt-k on hand !r s.ilo clicip. Sati-ta.'t.n-y rra.
iMtto tr 4'tic. I Ins i a rar i.au.v f a cwd a
lXmrr AJr.. x'ro isiir if nv IuUik. -.a..
ET' fl . X- . L-l-I . V ... .. , 'I'
PrM"S. July S3. 1S7T. tf
Hacksiniili 81hi Top Sale.
Inconnnrtw'.it 01 lwltb, I. rati s-rtmmiwaa H1
,. .... ... ... . t a,.MM.
(fl X y t ar W-c of lot nt a ru
lcnl raij'' B,y wsl
jjltr ?. .':Y -
e &sTe l'r Ir
J. L. PIS1IP.U.
ffetnersand Mine Owners.
jEl.nVc' t'Ji t-.ini Mill Mtii.i,.l in Itradihnw lta?in.
will .Ti 1 rM. iv to run and t"H--'ninslat( lUf liiinxr"
o tlwl T.f i '.'J ve i ,. d. .'. iii w.rk at tlw kwt
JiomiMo rnto. Our w i will i- j i .mipl.-to rilver Mill,
jknd wr'tnr" v JH'tw ''it' tir" - ... nm'b.nii faablr
M to m'f "'J' P."'' ! lin iiiT i.r' at Uh
aslH tti 1 tf I"" I'dtftst v-it tln ir . n rni t
wtut vi.. i"f " . w n.f-.i. i r iiiriaer
'lafiirmation apply to A. 1.1 KK.
Clt.XS.Pl.VT; I Tr.HlCUT .'I un- i....ni..,iiy.
Smr'.tjtn.l,ot. j.nwi.aw. rrpctt
BONES & SPENCER,
At tin old .land. i'n Montcntma strt. t- l.r ...utU
WCurVy ,l.alr. n -ir.,KS. imivirii i-o.Nn.v;-
TIOXKtCV, Ul II S A.MI n.l.l." r....r...
f W rrjt-tfnllr invite ili tt. tinMi uf tli- puVlic So
rjar larpe ind i annt
' - 1 I...,l.f,ll o.nrlwf ..
ST. r.d ..f Ciinirs and Ciiranita. Plw Cut
MtrcIla.l"r.. r " '
fcr. ..-. mnV.imir aiidl'lirwinir Tol-.-.. l'i
e t4 InW-ltow 'J r:'-
Slawl rrtv our C " Hi. a . :..
UlftTOW JMT -
TtianVtuli-r t.t taw, v Mdit R smtiawoe
1Ui lit-nU jhW.:k lirtot.il.tr. ....-n . .
notrir tl.,.t .ir Lj Lt U O will lar ,HppC
sUon aad ouiirw..a tritU nnv t" th nwrkpf.
C11AS. 1 SPK.NCP.Il
rr-ftotl. tarfli el. IrTT. ,l,n
Of Even Class and Kind,
RAItrayt tin hani an.l for a3. at lb' MlM'.n oflipp. at
firrirpii acb a. n. larfr. iHUp af tfcr po ir etbf t
JOHN G. CAMPBELL
has now UECKivr.i) thk i.akgkst ani most complete stock or
G E N E R a L I ffl E R C H AND MS E,
EVKU BKOrUUT TO THIS .MARKET, O)MLltlSIN0
.Moil's, Youth's ami Hoys' Clothing, UuYw' and Gouts' I'mltfrwrar,
Uoots, Shoes ami Slippers, .Men's ami JJo' Hals,
Shirts, Neckties and Gloves. Hosiery and Handkctchiefs,
Bar, Damask, Russia and Crash Towcliug, Calicoes, Ginghams. Alpacaa,
roplins, Wool Plaids, Tweeds. Cassiiuercs and Drnim!,
White. Colored and Opera Flannels, Jidies' and Misses' Shawls,
Cuffs, Collars, Crochet, Embroidery Edging,
Vallenciennes .Lice, Nottingham Iace,
HIack Silk Fringes, Eel., Etc.. Etc.. Etc
13I.-A.JV1C1SXS YTVX 3tVTTItI2SSli:S5
Cotton and Rustic Rlinds, Tapestry and Velvet Mats,
Tapestry, Ingrain and 3-ply Carpets. Oil Cloths, Wall Taper and Rordcr.
Rox, CvlinderandTlierinometerOliurns, Rocking, l)ining and Office Chair.
I Ciiildren's Chairs, Red room Sets,
! Fish Hooks and Lines.
lioes Rakes, Wheelbarrows,
Iron and Lead Pipe, Couplings, Elbows. Chains,
Suction, Force and Lifting Pumps. Cooking and Parlor Stoves,
Fenders, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Sporting, Ciant and Blasting: Powder. Fuse, Caps,
! 1 ri 1 1 Steel, Paint Brushes,
i Paints, Oils, Glass, Smalts, Bronze,
Crockery, Glassware and Limps,
i Bar Glasses, Bottles, .Mirrors.
,V FI'Mj ASSORT.MKNT Or
T 1 iV , COP 1 E R A iV I) S II E E T I U O IV AV O R K
CONSTANTLY ON HANI) AND MADK 'IX) OKDKR.
Staple ii 1 ii ii c y O-l-oeei'ies,
OF THE NEWEST AXU CHOICEST DESCRIPTION'S. COMP1USIXO
Green, Black and English Breakfast Teas, Mooha. Java and Rio Coffee,
Mackerel, Salmon Bellies, Dried Beef,
Buckwheat Flour, Canned rruit,
Mushrooms, Cheese, Hams, Bacon,
Tobacco and Cigrars, Wines, .Liquors. Alt', J'ortcr and Cider.
Saddles, Ox Whips, Blacksnakcs, Collars, Harness Soap and Eureka Dressing,
Saddle Mats and Cloths, Whip Lashes, Bows, Poles, Buggy Shafts, Hubs,
Hobbles; Halters, Buckles, Snaps, Rings. Wagon Spokes, Felloes, Etc., Etc.
of which w ill be sold at HedrocU. Prices, or exchanged for the
Products of tho. Country.
II ES Jk.
PRESCOTT AZVD CAMP VERDE, A. T.,
ResjK'ctfully announce to the people of Northern Arizona that they now have on baud,
ami are constantly receiving the
i LARGEST. BEST SELECTED AND CHEAPEST STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
EVER OFFERED EUR SALE JN THIS MARKET.
For Fzxriiiersj :
Mowers, Pitch Porks,
loi- Wool -
IT'oi IIotoLs- Stixtion Keepers and Saloons :
Bed-room Sets, Ale and Porter, Glassware, Whiskic?,
For l3ver;ybocl;y :
Flour, Cam Meal, Beans, Bacon, Hams, Lard. Canned Meats and Fruit, Dried Fruit,
Svrup, Sugar, Tea. Coffee, Bice, Spices. Soap, Candles, Soda. Starch, Salt,
Cream Tartar, Yeast Powders. Stoves, Carpets. Oil Clotlm,
Matting, Blankets, Mattresses, Etc., Etc.
LIBERAL PRICES, LV MERCHANDISE OR CURRENCY,
Gold Dust, Cold and Silver Bullion, Wool, Hides,
KKIU'IIANTAKLR PRODUCTS OF THE COl'NTHY.
Prices at the Vcrda House the same as at Prcscott, with additional freight
j. LKYMAHII? .V CO.
NEW BIT S-A-LOOIST.
Kt lViislon I'rinifiilso.
licit I.i.or ami Ciirars dl-tisl. llt-rr by tbr gallon
or ttart. I.inior nl fold to suit pundiarrs.
WINES AND CHAMPAGNE.
iti:sT itK.VN ixthi: pki:scottti:ai)K.
PrrseeU M-rch 5th, liTT. wldtf.
PRESCQTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUSIVIO, 1877. ESTABLISHED 1864 J:Wk
DDl.CPfiTT I niTPTWPC" O l I) HO Court Sct'itc In th ItUok llllli: I Trial of Hip Arlxoii.-t Mull Kohbrr-; .luhu llrlght on'tlie .Strike. : "B
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Picks, Shovels and Sledges,
Planes, Chisels, Axes,
Wool Sacks and Twine,
Turpentine, White Icad, Gold I.caf,
Traveling Bags. Satchels, Trunks,
ali.-cs, Chandeliers, Etc., Etc.
Smoked Salmon, Boneless Codfish,
Cracked Wheat, Hominy, Oatmeal,
Aldcu Pried Fruits and Vegetables.
M. S. HEAD, Camp Verde.
RKTAII. DEALKKS IN
tiiant Powder Caps,
Etc., Rtc. "
IVIeclia nics r
Butts and Screws,
Oil and Terpentine.
Npw arrival of clmicr ll'ti:, cic:ir, pic, nt tha
OXK HIT SAI.OOX.
Pirtla ItlllianlTalile tit tha PI.OUKNCi: ItKSOHT,
C3-A.V for "I.M ." n..27.tr.
Acciuntiimlntlons npinl to any pttablirhmrnt In South,
Kvry attenl.'ou paid to the ceinfort ot our irn.'Jt.
Florenrp. A.T. LOSS lIKO'S., lVopri.tort
Attorney junl Counselor at
Office South Montesuma St PresootL
Mineral Park. Mohave (.'utility. Anion.
Attorney anil Counselor at Law,
Attorney ami Counselor at Law,
OPPICE Suoth !.! of l-Utii.
.1. i. iiaiuiuavi:,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
0MCK Kt U1 iif lb PLou.
M V 11 AT 31 A ST 1 : US( ). .
Oillco Row. Preacott.
m. n. ali:xam)i:k,
ATTORNEY J.T LAW,
Tama. Arizona Territory.
raotkr In all tt CHtrt ( th Ttttiluty.
Al'L J. KOHUKT,
ATTOHlSrET AT LAW,
PllESCOTT. A. T.
Xrth tj if 0lwln Strt mstr Cimaitr.
SHk Kirnoh anl Siuii.h.
. .J. WAI)K,
Vttoruey anil Counselor at Law,
Office Willi HnrcrnvM A Mtv". ilrrrt.
Will practiv tn all Ctrt uf th TwriUwr.
ClIiESK AUAW. Ht.WK M I l-KKK. l J. HKI MC.
ARAM, McCUSKER & BRUNER,
Attorneys and Couusclor.sat Law .
PlUtsCOTT. AltlXON .
)fiir lirodiKjft outli f Court IIiim.
Will trti.' la all thC.nlH.
Attorney A: Counselor at Law.
YVU1 l'rMrtlrr hi all Court f tin" Tfrrltopy.
0!5w with lh Ilfitnct Atlortiry. Ortk lttv.
II EX.! A M I X 3IO K ( A X ,
(Ottioo with J. P. Harpravc, 1 .)
rrtKscorr, yaapai corxrv. akizona.
AVIII I'rnrtlci lit all Court of tin IVrrltnry.
Particular attention givon to Mining Ijiw.
HON. s. 1iP.v11iLVPKi.1iT, - - - isaii Francisco.
" n. P. .MonitiMiN. Judge Jth list. Court,
" Thomas nuowN. Cashier Itiink California.
J0II.N X. 1IUM.
El. W. WKUj.
Preacott, Yavapai County, Arizona
Will ttrlctlr attend to all (irO liuIn mtnutnl t thun
in tho i.Trnl uounnoi tieni in iciri.".,. .,--m.
af tltta to Mininc Clam,. ad U-.Ity accuratPly prrrp.t.
- - .-- i .
Prompt attpatlon ctTpn to oollpoOcui
attpation irivpn tooollpo0iui.
II !-.' Oihii.uk II
II It. .nt;nKi
Attorney si Coun.cIor at Laiv,
Tucson, Ariz na.
Will prarttcp in all tUp Court. f the Tprritur j.
-p iHrs-s i c i :isr s .
1)11. A. .1. Til I HOIK), Jl.A., 31.1).
;" !1Jr'n'r.D-v,,''!'' t''. mi.
M. I)., Trinity t nivpr.ity. J
M. It. C. Pliy. and Stirif.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
OKKtt'K AMI IthslliKM 1. Jpwell Ittiikltnir. Pat of Ah
dprn Si Itowr tnrp.
:.. WAKKKX K. DAY.
SURGEON" AND PHYSICIAN.
OlTICE Mnntptiitn. Strpf t. alnp (lilnin, PrpPt.
Can 1p oinmiltPd at lu Oltlp at all limr. .Ip.-'JO.
PHYSICIAN" AND SUKGi
East aide of Montezuma St. bet Gurley
Willia, 3 doors north of Head 3c Co. a
onicp and rp.i.ipno .m MontpituiM strppt, i.pHit Hip
J",ni..;:. i.,..i.. ,...,. mm. tkp'anlen. One ini-'ht. with truth, anv time !
-w i ..... r
.i. ... cogsvi:ll,
Ko.2K) Kearny SL,
Prp.rott. March 2, 1S77.
Jl. II. CAKTTHK,
Probaitc.iinlgcj.iusticcof the reacoidian girl ot the Cainarncro tnbe, once cap
And Conveyancer. County Building.
,L GOLD WAT EH & HltO.,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
Ehrenberg, Arizona Territory.
w c. cAiuurr.
Residence Next to C. W. Beach's.
.1 AY L K.I2LLKY
Preacott, Arizona Territory.
I). IIEXDKRSOiX & CO..
Commission Stock Broker:
313 Montgomery St. - - San Francisco
Itn.empnt NovHiHi murk.
Stoclm Sold lloitcht, and Carried uu Margin, pad
iionpyioanp.1 on io.:V. pp t
GEO. 31. WATERS,
Milhvright ami Contractoi',
PRi-scorr, A. T.
tzlj. 1ikk"iitt7c." e.
Deputy IT. S. Mineral Snrvevon
County Surveyor of Yarn pal Ciiiinlj ,
All klndi of clril pnirlnpprinir and mirTpj-liiir protnptly
attpndrd to. Ottlop North of tlip Court llott.p, on Cor-
(Jratilte Strppt, tint dour smith of Ilatliaivny'i.
Cleaning and Repairing Neatly Done and
Carpets sewed and Fitted.
Prp.icolt, Arizona, Junp IB, 1S7T.
On dsor Herlh of Kelly t Stf phpi.
; "An' ye want the Ntory without a Ilaw,
( The jam up iriitli aeeonlln' to law?
Ye want mo to toll ye aJ neara.s I kin
, WImt linpimneil when IHHy'M-luukHWont InT
I'll ii it, JoiIl'O, an I lioH) to die
IK I .strlku within fortv nxU of a He.
''Hiif. jK)or doatl lmv, yo Me, war ny ma.lt
An' i-oitio with mo rotu Ntivnilu Stntc,
Whar wo worketl on the Comstork ywirafter
1111 wo lu-arn 'bout the big gold Held out
Thou wo ot the fever right on the upot
An triii'k out fur this camp Ilka a cannon
We collared a ehiitn up liY'aron the creek
An heil workel tho led ?ur alvout week.
j When tho prisoner thar the murdoriti'
I sea in
One night mm liinpiu' Inter nuap.
! He said ho war Uiinry. an' hore, an' tlretl,
; An' in a weak, pitiful volo, inquired
' la ho wouldn't Maud In on tho claim, an' scd
f He'd Ihh.ii mlnin' fur yearn fur hU dally
! T felt MiNpioious; but IHUv, thar,
i I led a heart as hlg as a railroad ear,
, An he pleaded o earnestly fur th ens
Thot wetuk him In fur letter r wus..
1I worked right along from day to day,
Mat we never Mil nulhin' oiiten the way
An' tin- only fault which he throwd iu'ftight
! Wtir hi ttiugtte. which kept Yvaggin' frOni
moriiiu till ulglit,
' An we novo. eould get a moment's rest
Kur his hlow in' .Iwut playing eurda out went
We tood the racket, till Bill one day
iJot h4, an' told the galoot he'd play
I 'nr iiiimi'V nr fttti. tin' tiilil thri HI-3UIM
To put up, .slim up, or leave the camp. I the others. Hush gave Mantel il in cur
Thoy got down to their Yvork right on the rency. to Ik? divitled between himself and
sit, ', nibsoii. keenin: armv drafts to the amount
.in 1 ii'ii h, .ipiuu, iiu- i;uiiir war lint;
Mot they kep'tiioirteuiierstill Bill, I believe,
.... 1 . ... 1. .
1 ''J'A1 l r " ",,,,,,n CMnU hl U
i . ',. . . . . .. .. ....
l7Mt IIIOI llllll. Illr IIIIUPIU lO 111 led
... . . .
mj niiiiHi nun a tiller, an' .swjntller.air client,
An Hioie I coiilil ketch him, the limn term'
.lerkni out his pistol air shot Uill down.
men Miaioneu metuisi, air nowtnrougii mo
. i . i . .1 . .
An I never lu ertl o' the ems no more
Til! Iaiigthy iUinciiu hapjioned down
An sen! ve'd arm-ted him hvar in town.
"Iki I rcHsgniate tlie pris'ner there?
of course I do, an' I'm ready to awar
Tliet Imgu' dust whieli tint icoundrel had
ar llifly'M I'll nwar it makes mo mad
Ter think ; that a man like. Hill Nhoiild meet
ah (IlniiIi front a hiw down, mean dead
An' make a motion afore the Court
; The! we give the boys a littlu iort.
I'm fur froih rich, but I'Tegot aome soaji
Adojii tiiv move an' I'll buy the rope.
I k .ti "i udk ter mo 'bout Court.i or law.
Or justice bein done; for pshaw!
I'e sochJ it trictl a hundred times
. I'ur iiitirder, thievin' an sich like crimes,
An' nine outen ten git turned out freo
No, thankee, not any law for me."
A shout a rush the rojw was. found ;
.Tli" w retch was dragged along the ground;
llts eves were bloodshot, lips compressed,
And wildly heaved his guilty breast.
I Thev carried him oil' to a spreading nln
And o'er a strong branch threw tiio line,
j lie cursed and raved with every breath
! I'mil liis lips were closed In death.
A Minnow grave on the mountain aiue,
And jiiKuco stent w-as satisfied.
Jrfy Jr.ifr i iVlo f.Vrr.J J'et.
SANTA I'.O.SA'S KOSES.
Iii Mav last, a correspondent of the Mi-
. . . . . ,
. - ......
euici-H over its roses. In order that the
n idtT mavMH that others have been charm
ed by the same beautiful scene, we copy
! the following from a correspondent of the
.San Francisco Post:
"There is a legend in the East that the
; first rose sprung from a tenr of Mahomet,
tells that Pagoda-
; siri, one of the wives of Yishnti, was found
I in ii riW4: 1 til t vc nt mnn lirnrfffHl minils
... - - . - - - - ... . j-........, ..........
prefer to leave the question of origin In
olncurity. content with the beautiful fact
of their existence. Santa Rosa is famous
1 linill Mlilftxl ft ?C Mia ait rt" !
lf.w.s rr,.r.,,r tl... f,.,.,m.. t n v.. '
tl... i..p.mct i,. !,.. .i ...i...
1.1 v in the world, grows on the principal
.-tu.t i...r.. i .ii.. J.. A.,
-i.e.. .v ...... .... uiii -si;t cu ax.
iii liight ami measures twentv-two tcet
.... . . .
tieross the front, and at the base is twentv
C . J .1 t .
four inches in circumference. It has borne
at one time 1,1)0(1 blossoms and double that
number of opening buds. Right through I
the s,udrift ot its blossoms a red row has i
trailed itself, like a scarlet wound. The '
1 tree is now barely twentv vcars old, but its j
, wonderful fee unditv and growth mav be at-1
triluiteil to the fact that its roots reach j
down to meet the water that underlies all I
Santa Bosa at a depth of from four to fifteen ;
Jn the plaza, which is in the centre 1
, f tK. ,OUI,t tijur,, are ovcriji fl)e nRtive '
i a,j t.vcrv house is surrounded bv its
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' iillOIe 1 1 1 C HIICS:
' lift .... Tl. r w. til. ,.,.. 1. v.,,.'
With o nicker sieed each heart unclose,
, ,, I I
Aim an is pi.siry lor now
The valley holtjs jts Ff'ist of Rosea.'
The varieties arc endless, from the tiny
ua.i:u iMMjuci rose 10 ine occp pnrjne ones
t . . . i . i . . i
whose names I have not vet learned, and vet
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ii is mil necaiise ot me jiroiusion inai nic
town is so called, but in memory of an In-
uireu ..;ju uniuizeti, uoirns rwrvt, on me '
banks of Santa Rosa Creek, on the dav in ;
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1 iiu- v uiiiiiiii. (..iii'iiiuo uuippiit'i.i u oniun
! Bosa do Lima.''
.i... .ii...i:.. ...i 1 i i:..i.t ,A 1? ....
A correspondent of the San Rernardino 1
TIiiu 1 if .1 11 Iv L'lltli wrhinir trnm Prn.rnft
gives the iollowiiig complimentarv account '
ti... t at V 1' 1... t ti... !
t l- r.i 1.0 1. i .i.:i. 1... s ;
.ti. 1.. v imirn cuuin, 01 wineii ne is oiuuiai-
ing ministt r:
Preacott )t)s ;m accomplishcil, eloquent
and sensational piuaol.nr J,, t!,c mirsnr, nf
Rev. .Mr. Cnmp.iel. of the 31. i Church '
houth. lormerly d I.os Angeles, and well-,
known in vour city.
I ..I.". i...
Bv his carncstncpS.
I Ulll Ullll villi HL llv V "I-
ittracts the larrrcst
I irowtls ever kwinn to aseinblo jn the Ter-
ntory .o near -uie oiu, oui .nory, ami is
.. i 1 ..it .11 -II -A tl . 1
Miccessiiniy inaMiiguiroaiis upon uieatrong-
holds ot sin and Satan.
The Capital of A rizoiia certainly docs not
! present a very enticing or nattering field for
i minister o tlie itospei. nut .nr. Campbell
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brimr ti man of llbural viawt anil frn- from I
Hi,, nbifi-iiims .r,..i..r.t Uv itr.rn.l nmilnt '
who essav to instruct the people in niritual '
niatitirs, win accompiisii miicii goc
tt ir .
i. s i
turs who. 1
imoiig hi congregation arc miiiibor.
i...r..r i.w n.lr.mt I....I .... 1.......1 p .oi .
I searchable riches of Christ" sine the' In! !
j noceut hours of early childhood.'
The eastern jiortion of our county along
the alluvial bottoms of the Little Colorado
is fust settling up with a good class of peo
ple from Utah. We see by the Desert News
that Elder Pearson's company from Colo
rado have arrived at Sunset Crossing, and it !
, . . . ... .. -. . i
is uieir liiieniiou to settle tucrc under tlie
jirosidency of Elder J.ot Smith. Tho popu.
lation of the Little Colorado now numbers
several hundred persons, all of whom arc
industrious law abiding citizens and have no
plurality of wives, but attend to tilling tho
.soil rather than courting of women.
The time of the United States Circuit
Court i still being taken up with the trial
of Charles lluh, charged with having rob
bed the 1'nitcd States mail on the th of
ltirtt March, near Wcllh Station, while on the
road from Prc-cott, Arizona, to San Fran
cisco. In some respects the story is inter
estiiii. Itumors of un intention to rob the
mail having reacbetl tlie proprietors of the s0 ,r ,H mJ Knowtcoge goes." isright, con
f..i;f.r..5 (,: St Pnn.nntiv tuiucd by saying that he attributetl these
California ami Arizona Stage Company,
John Mantel, a detective in their employ,
wai detailed to work up the matter. Alantel
succeeded in imrratiatintr himself with the
men who contemplated the robbery, and
was permitted to accompany them. The
party consisted of William Moodshaw, alias
"Porker Rill," the lea.Ier; ('. C. Hatch,
Frank Lee ami C. A. Rush. Their plan was
to travel to Ehrenberg, Arizona Territory,
examine the road, return to some point se
lected and there commit the robbery. A
disagi cement occuring at Khrenberg, Hatch
anil bee left for Precott, Arizona, and the
rest went to Walter's Station near Indian
Wells. While there "Poker Bill" was ar
rested and taken to Lo Angeles. IIu?h,
becoming desj.K.'1-ate, arranged Yvith one
Gib?ou to act a M-ntinel while he and -Man
tel committed the robbery. They stopped
the st:igv about one mile from the station,
and relieved it of the mu'il and We'.ls. Fanro
i Jc Co.V Ihi.v. On handing the box to Ruh
he was identified by the driver, the mask
falling from his face. After going through
the lxix they rilled the mail, burning some
letters for a light to get at
the contents o
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of fy,r00 as his share. About $2,."00 otj
.1 1 f. . ... ,1. ... .1... ..I I :.. I
imrston & Co.. and Mintlrv other amounts to
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ii, imiwu iv up, nuiiro u vii. auu iiumi. I 0..". v.. .una .... ui uiuuiu
.).. . .. . . .. ..ft. It. .....ii ii. ..ti, i ...
, j nusii wisiieo 10 leave me eomiiry wun ins
' 1 plunder, but .Mantel peaMiaded him to go
i with him to San Rerntirdino to purchase
i llusli wished to leave tlie eountrv with lu
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i iuirM. m riiiiiriiis-ir iiiul iiiuui: .11:111 lci
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ljl.U 111IUI lllllll.fll .11 ..llilt l.l. I llllIJfi;ilV.l.
ami he as well as liusli were arrestett ami
taken to the Los Angeles Jail. During
their confinement together .Mantel obtained
a diagram of Rush, showing where the hist
drafts were buried in San Bernardino countv.
and thev were all recovered afterward.
Gibson received part of the stolen drafts,
and was arrested, lie was indicted by the j no time to waste on mere ceremony, but as
grand jury, ami is awaiting trial. Mantel 1 our attention has been called to a lack of
was released from custody by order of the ' even the common civilities of life, in some
Attorney General of the I "nited States, and j instances, we would suggest to our voung
is now a witness against both Ihish and i lady friends that when they have been in
Gibson. San Francisco Post. ; traduced to a young gentleman, should
The Post might have added, truthfully, j they dsirc to cultivate an acquaintance on
that Mr. mail robber Mantel tinallv came tin I tI!at irotIuction. it is their place to recog
A , . . , ; ze the gentleman first. 5uch 1ms not
to Present, Arizona, organized another : been the case, however, here inJPrescott, and
ntuma retuscd torccognr.c Mr. Mante it ,aa been the means of making at least
iras still kept in durance nowhere il.e should j ne nianIv Ilejirt h with ricf,0thiDliiDr.
remain until properly tried and if he then . .1... -;,.,,, lr,.v i,i 4n..i..i 1.:..,
proved hiniselt i.iii.H ent it wouhl be high ;
time to allow him hislrcctlom and once more
Jgtve him a chance to go on the highway to(
Mop our stages, ritle tiie mail sacks re-i
licve the passengers of their money null
valuables and bum up letters. Mr. Standc-j
fcr,'in obedience with order, again demand-'
edliis release, which was affected a fewdavs
since and the highwayman is once more free
but on California soil where he will undoubt
edly remain unless brought hack here on a
charge of highway robbery,
party, robbed the mails ami passengers as
lie did in California, keeping 100 in cur-
renrv lielon.dnLP to Sheriff Rowers of this
iilace, as he tlid with several small amounts "K"t ohcr second tliou;litt"
taken in the previous robbcrv. where Hush :.,,ul Ixilly the Jews may yet regret hav
and Gibson were his aeconiplice, ami in "f. u "ch a iuss about a matter in
which the MiNKit was loser .M. we having "'lm' 1 ,,,c-v ,,iuI no cause for complaint,
sent that amount to Indian Wells to pav ; Hji'lawsyet permit a man to Use hi-, prop
freight mi paper. Whatever became of Mrj f.rt.v a: J11' U'cs. and I projiose exercising;
Bowers' flOO and our and several other ; at lt';,c,, pn.'ilegc. notwithstanding
small amounts is yet a mystery; but it is I -Moes aiwl a11 " lcsctwiaut may object.'
thought Mr. Mantel has used the money to i r..
nav for whisk v he being a jiVi7 fonil of! Our iriottd, Mr, Poland frtuu Rig Ru".
J thnt kind of bcverilgc, luntel W'a :i reated j
: and bxlgeil in the Yuma prison on a change
of robbing the United States mails and was
f once more ordered released
bv the iMiwers
: that he at A nsliuigtoii. throii
' XrUl of tho Terrltorx
i telegniphed to i tuna ordering 3Iante
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ii.nc. wi.inii uriinr in.u,vir rn. intri...i.rtf.c
A Living Tomb."
II. V. KpdfipldV Wn.hlncfon I.tlpr.
All the heads of the l.ureaus try to .jis, i
courngo Toung men from entering the !)e !
pnrtinciifs, as It Is Htb without a future, j
The other day I heard a Cabinet Minister
talking to a
cnap, who wanted a
"My young friend.'' said he
011 mtii' not 1,0 aole to pass an exannna-
tion" M wml,l be mortifying. Save your
l,,n,y and patjoncti and .u home. Saw
wootl, drive cows, anything hononiblc
preserve your independence.
A clerkship ,
;iiii; ia iiu iii,iiiui..iii.iii iui .ui tiling
1..... ... Ms ...... I ,s... . ..... 4.. .......I....
.one in a thousand saves a dollar, it
"penhive place to live
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the weather hot. I have a man in j
jmrttnent who hns been in forty years!15
uForfy years f '
'Yes, evcrv d'av of it. He came in litfC.
' ell. he gets about the same salarv he did J
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"" - ""imc"" i ne unicr nay ne came i
to me saying. i ongiit to nave died tortv
l oil don't mean that.' said I.
1. .1 ... . 41.... r 1 1 t
saw nc, 1 mean mai 1 woe ot-en our- 1
ed in this building forty years, and I might
. . . . . .
a wen nave oecn mined m my oruve..
WlltV the difference bejwpru toubsj Of
ttiat ndvantage to niyaolf have I been
here? 1 had nothing when I came in and
hare nothing now.
I am disqualified for
C . . .. M.7 V.....V.. U.Ik t
wtic t11rm.1I ...t t.. .I.... 1
r"'11 siaic -"r"'; ci. lor a
toTcrnmcnt position that young men arc so
VV7 """? inv s"
anxious i get. 1 ucy d uetter let it alone. I
! The Cabinet Ministers have un assortment
of experiences like the alnnf. hev 1
; relate for tho riicnuramununt uf voun mnl. i
anxious 10 get
ffho nre for ImT
.,,.;.. nt- .' , ' " 'Lt " ,r,
rowing expenencc ot those turned out ..ml
finding themselves fitted for nothing in the
fare of all these (Wcoiiwglm circumstances
tho applU-.nnts crowd in an cvcrlastin
Tlip It.turn or the SUiumt.
We Imil with pleasure the advent of the la
dies' slipprr. It has long been in retirement.
" "U,V ? ,,c." ""nicuon io tne street. I lie
It adds a new attraction to the
mmi ''Mo; uiaj now iaKO a resi. .ear-
'? Bnration has passcl whose only street ,
T,CW ',C Mim,n"1( "iKh has been through !
leather. At last the stocking of our grand-'
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uioiucr is revcaicu. 1 ne clean, wmie nose
!? n Pterin the land. Its .ntliten.e is sud-
j concentrates all eves into a focus' on itself. ',
It. nmilsi.c .mil inti"ii.ti tlin liiim.ri.p nir.ml.
to the hurried man of buisiiess a iiiomentarv I a m,,' rMm a farmer's wagon while stand
respite. It redoubles the liabilities of the , "V hi the streets, of the city of the angels
careless to be run over. It is not withuut a I " " - .
charm for the aged brcint. No portion of a j 1 m' an 'oU' lhc revivalist prcac&vr
ladiei apparel is moie cllectiye. The sliowy wants to have the last word with Satan. She
ankle, if at all sjstciuatichalf compensates j sa.V!, "I want to stand some dav on Ihc bat-
for a plain face. It is a make weight in the tlenicnts of hell and shake "inv "lorifiett
dower of femiuine beauty of which women I white robes at old Satan."' " 0
for long years have been robbed. For the I
boot u expensive. A little worn, and it be.
comes misshapen and uglv. Wo welcome
pier the stj Ic the better.
Joint ISright onilu .Strike.
Ni.w Vouk, July 27th. A Herald Lon
don special says: In John JJright's address
unvailing of the Colalen niemorial statue at
Jledlbrd, yesterday, lie referred to the dis
turbances in Americans a local insurrection.
He said regardiu;thcstrikc,iiat4,itisonc of
the most deplorable and discreditable events
that ever happened in the Northern States.
AT . . 1 a. m .
di.otur'oauces to the evil effects produced bv
the policy of the United States in locking
themselves up from the rest of the comcrcial
world by onerous duties levied upon every
class of manufactured articles, which if com
pctiou were open, Yvould prevent labor from
becoming unruly. He declared, also, that
the probation of the great iron Jindustry
was owing to the collapse arising to the gen
eral impoverishment of capitalists, which of
itself would necessitate n great fall in wages.
He concluded bysaying that he believed the
excessive system of tariff heretofore levied
for the protection of labor in "America has
received its death-blow, and nothing could
avert the change.
Tito Said ChmiK's of Klre Yearn.
An intelligent youm; man, a nrornisini?
student just back from Brown University,
was met at the depot by an cldrly man yyIio
made a grasp at the young man's hasd, and
even essayed to clasp him in his arms. The
young man .shook hands with the enthuias
tic native in a non-committat' sort of a way,
and aid in not unfriendly tones, "Well, in
deed, my dear fellah I really your face is
rather familiar: it seems to me I have seen
you somewhere, and yet I can't exactlv place
. And as the father gazed at Jus dis-
t inomcliiwl m iii ilmnl.
! thought how only five years ago he hud dis-
I trtiltltrd tlwirilllrlllir.rl -..lc nml . I. ...1 . .r-
-o.,...- mi ..i.un.. twiunuu natfL mn t
piece of lath, for biking the old man's razor
! to oil" his sliinny club, he sighed and.
nromm his ytuuuiut oacK witn a
i ...,., i,.,ni- t. tl.
nuu 4114 muuillicvi
i ,,.i-rmintion t, l.i,l ..... ..Hw.r
1 viui.1 cvua v
"Ul-1"'"lll!' "o'1 "lacKsumns
Ktiipict, i a subject upon which wedo
not claim to be an uvpert, in fact, all kinds
of conventional formalities are irksome and
unprofitable to one who-e buy life has left
th . rca ,M ,mt mt.m on,r afraM t
pcnk foapin H was n()t la,iv.likc.
-'udgc Henry Hilton, Yvriting ton. friend
in the West, defending himself iu regard to
his recent order excluding the Jews from
the Grand Union Hotel at Long Rrancb,
closes his 'tetter as follows:
"I have yet to learn that a man cannotdc
termiue that lie will not keep a Jew or a
negro lioardiiig house without drawing
upon him tho wrath of either nice. Hut
,(nur mm' n i'ou wl w- isall com-
called on usyestenlay and reports his mine
as looking well ami turning out rich ore
.i,;i, ,.....5lw. , !
. :," "M ' " ' an,
v.-r. i ni-i nun- iH-iuviTifii itir
. ... - Mv"rs
years, ami now in the tlrtcvsi anil mrwr ilmirr
! oi :iu inai nas mnrkttl I u listnrv of Art.
I. .1 ..II at. I J
, zona since mtythlng has been known of it.
! "V Uiu AW'neans, Have struck what isnrot
xj iH)rtain to place them all in circumstance
w,ere they will be independent and M t
live on the fat of the land,
; -Air. Marion is m receipt of letters from
his sheep herders, dated at Rill Williams,
Mountain, llw days since, to the effttt
j that several of his sheep had died. fna
, some unknown cause; also, that sheen in
.rh v w j"K,"fv,.'xuu" hi nuc iiiar wiu soon
P.U . , 11 I ,,,,,1.,, 1,J, .. Vittlirr.n..t.. . 1. ... 1
.,.w. ""win- .ii pruoaoiv naiv-
, I.v. Mo wish .Mr. Poland and hi party sue-
s re- ........ ti... i 1 x .
imtiUic nerd ot Mr. Rhodes had csuameiH-pd
dying. Mr. Marion's sheep aio now on the
""Jin, coming nuo Aitut Valley, wlierc thev
i,ri' to be sheared, -ml the "probability i1
that nt) will Hc, as we believe that
-"nine poisonous weed exists on the range
where they have been kept, that they will
not lintl about the Urunite Mountain fcot-
hills in the vicinity of Mint Vallcv.
The walls of 3lr. Sol Lewis's, elegant brick
building which is to be used as a bankin"
house, were finished yesterday, and on tho
,..,..., ,i, ,v . .V ,
: ' . , .. ;F ?!VW!,U w"s PAa,c"! maU
iiiiii. ut 11111 rjuiifinTiir i'iit iini 1 .
tree. Itf the- wntractor who did tlie masoa
work, Mr. Rd Jovce. Some of our citiaens
who were amazed at the rapid erection of
this tine structure thought it might be pos
sible, also, that the tree had grown on the
top of the wall, remarking that "there was
was no telling what might hannon in Ihrs
I times when cvorythinyls progress and ra-
s., T , .
?hss Jemilc :sorth' aI ,he daughter
a l,y?,r,an at. HrKtoI. Conn., has gradu-
ated at Bates College, .Maine, at the head of
a class of forty, thus beating thirty-eighh
young men and one other representative" of
her own sex. She has studied four years to
effect this object, and twelve of thtl voting-
men, alarmed at her progress, made a des
perate attempt to defeat her but in vain.
.Miss Xorth delivered the valedictory.
The "McMorris Lead," in Richland Basiu,
Pinal county, is saitl to be four feet widu
with a pay streak two inches wide that is
worm liioilsanils 01 tlolliirs to the ton. Mr
Stiles, of Florence is half owner in thcMc
uid has been offered $G0,000 1W his
man by the name, of James McCall,
ca,n,S ? rom An.ona. was arrestctl
Oil tllC l!tll lilt, at I .lis All"(ll's I'nr yfi.-ilim.
Several prominent mbslonaries of
Mormon faith left Aitt take a few davn
i.n-,i;orEuropeo1w;or.k in. the cans of their
fajt . auj church.