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I VOL. xrv.-Nu. 41.
TILK ARIZ OX A MIXER.
PfllLlSIIKD K-SKY PUIDAY,
CHAS. "W. BEACH,
KJicot 11ml Proprietor.
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRJDAV EVENING. SEPTEMBER 28, 1877.
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COUINGWOOD & HAM it! SLAG 1
J.KTTi:tl l'ltOJI A itovi:it.
l 1 I-lis IV
tune to meet tin Arizoiian who 1ms doue a
great deal for the Teiritorv duriiig his five
years res dence within her borders. I menu
Tin; in; it
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Misu ,!4 . U Uiirtaoata vrar. it c-
..h fti'h W.um 10 )m Xbt obW. sad i.'t nw.i.ttiJr '
3 tu rrr'iTj .
Flouenci;, A. T., Sept. II, 1877.
WM. s. iikao. c,,, v.nle. GENERAL 31 EKCH AXDISE . Ji,UT"a SUskk: From Smith's mill to j Mr. G. M. Nark loinurly of Ohio, who, if
1 ' Agttu I ria hc lolled or rather Ixiin jved 1 1 rememiier ngtitly, I nmght out a colony
C&3 C? O . , PLimr.Nt p.. pi.nal t o., a. t.. laway over tha duaty road, and aftur haviBg ! tl,,B Ttfrriwy when he first came. Nah
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Pi al Weekly. oc yei
B.-hC?!iffci-trM.) ia colaann $3.0Ofcrai
tt r. n 51 W prt- iaok Utr nn aiUttitHiat ia.erHo.
,!rl dirimt r m 'mw rmiiii will He mudr tn yer
,nnli. ii tanrrty by Jb year. Italf x,ar or
.p' 'I bu'ae -ar.l to. rrt.il tlpou raM-
.pad ic U'it t.i sner'ptin adtrrtLIn ,
-K "iij f.r.ul 11 by t.-i!. or otbxrirlre. at
PilESCOTT A Mi uaMP VEUDE, A.T.,
.215.00 1 11
neapectiuHv aunouccc to the twoi.le f v.,rtir v.;....- ,
Httil ru ...-. t ..... I . . .1
. v .-ciiiuii reciiVBS Ule
LARGEST, BEST SELECTED AHB CHEAPEST STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
KVKlt OKi'EHKD fOM SM.K IX THIS MAKKJfT.
PrtlnCUMm. Ih. nublM.. il,r,.h th. -HIm f tb 1 r ! lirt, of tichin tile VuiItU idea llOW to
Uinkr. m. i uir ...r0.ivr r. t. fc j rN ! h.K,t. o he goiiirht surcease of iMidaoic
I !-,.) Blll ilh full of .rb m an aaMtl OOC nd IHOUtli HHll HOStriU. lrOCCdd to sorrow at Khn-nlu-rtr I.ut l1ir.. u.,n. irlintw
t fr-i ..j? .u. aM tUa 10 n twtur ank-in 1 ',oll M Krub nfter it lMahitiii tlmt would i o mature yeis at that mace also, ami liu
l wwy, tkaanoy utbtrlra In AmtbaMtani AH- ' have tickllll Nltst; htlt jf WO Wore SHtiilikll wy to IMert SlNtloU Oil tllU Elireil-
. t u 1. 1. . I. 1. l.l . ... i I . . . J I .. . . ,1 .
u aUd.tia rrputar Mnc wtMx.tboy Vi.a au4 " ",c KrM't W aiajoimeiy 80 "uu ."wwi nwo, m msie uie bweeis
. iMtiuin jpen in oi inc awiut scare cou- nie in ivriona. iikvjd wruiipicu
23 -A. RLE "ST , COR 23" , ; tioel in the cbalitic word, "0u dollr, w'i'' the teanifters eijht montlH or more,
l gentlemen !" delinxl in a eruff, pcroHin- j n threw off t he cloak of civiliJitiou and
n that tlu v now have ou hand 1 , 1 -Zi . V i w , "r. a UreK' I VPOTiT:"TR IUIC " e w UI ,U1! w,u,c
i( win pi iiaia trenxf eaii frua aca fntiara4 1 ' w t h, mnj war, nurrv i -, .. - mv n u
' i .(f.Ani.1..Mr MxMwi citMt ata ' tne turtle ha sna Mi rooiHicrfav through j ? owner ol several nne mtne, nmonj:
, LT . Tl .three terms of the wetted blarrry, (tnU-
nAntrin mAn. L, rv n-iurd viTiiimtwn,M) and the aiglittngnio
PACIFIC IRON WORKS, make wetodkMU the sight!
TDK VI KW or I'MOC'IX
1'Irst aittl FrrmtMl i(jc(v,
Ke!tHD M:t!c A Howard.
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.l-r Y'..' .?'
i i'trlin j ! c.fi
i- 'iruir in. ari.i'Jy
f .r in 7nf Jr tub-
Attorney ami CotmeIor at Law,
Off.ce South Montciumn St Prescott.
S A M I" K !- 1 1 A 31 1 LTOX,
jA.T'T02?-ISrE-3r .T LAW,
Minend l'ark. Mmave County. Arizona.
V VI L WBBKU.
Atf omey ami Counselor at Law,
RANKIN, BRAYTGN & CO.,
them an interest in the T6, above Florence
c-iDrh vein. Immiiui i f silver and lio
J hi h.re in it bondett till October 1st, 1877
ioriu.wu, lo a rtltaote amrtwl ma m
ininerologj btand up. Bacon
For G cnl loinen :
Busing Suits, Ovcrslurts, Ovorooiita,
Dr9 Suits llltSt Oreralb.
rtue Underwear, Ilosierv, IJooU,
Attorney ami Coititsi lor at
OFFICE Sju'h M-or l'Uu
II. 11. C A UTTER,
Probate.! ndRe, .1 list ic' of t he Peace
And Conveyancer. County BuilditiE.
J. P. U AUG II AVE,
Attorney ami Counselor at Law,
OrnrE Ea.t tulr of the Vaza.
Giant Powdor Cap,
Uaantqrr, . f Train i4 H.t'f MaHn aad Sa
fmr i !M-r'rif II. .t nr r. M.r," lTach nry. ia
ftmAtm IUHm4.i I . I 1. . .
o niMtM ttt- r4a uMn. at Um-v ' cr glittrrin-f in the Miortiing sun, whirled,
iifrif'f AI"cJ .w",rit ' "iict.l or rippled along down the grats
IJC. lUat7u;,i lo the vicinity an
Ma? ihwmii ; NKr 'm MH.ufr : Wairr (CM, j Bileft by comwiirtii with the desert We
Kw An ruH.iut.iM. ,.! lairruTni iitnnkMi. ! hl just crossed the effect being height
AKeni n.r The j rued mid the whole embellished by long
awb i:u Oor.ii.r r-' u-ti't rrr mi line of eottonwool in various growth, with
"wU?;n;r:w:,,,, A'r C",i iin1 dallying amid their foliage. A
or.o v rono i-nN . m k ot meaituw ?li nvel here and tli
For F:Lrmois :
I'lows, Mowers. Pitch Forks
Butts ntsd Srew, Wall Papoi
While Lead, Paper Bonier,
Wirdoxr Shados, Oil anJ "urpentine.
Beta Silyer Ciiy. How Mciico,
Crr.OJtlS CITY. AUIZOXA.
uni l earry rmgm and d.. a tf-rr-l riWMi IhI-' which WMS niOUIlteil a .Mexican, SO
II. . ALEXANDER,
ATTORNEY" -A.T X,-A."W,
nia, Arizona Territory.
Will practice in all the Coari of tUr Trrrltory.
PA EL J. EOIJERT,
l'RESCOTT. A. T.
SVii Frrorh nod .Span'uh. a3.tf.
riv.E-NE W. AKAM. FX N'K M'lfsKF.R. Al.VIV J DNl'N'KR.
ARAM, McCUSKER & BRUNER,
Attorney Coitnnlorat Law.
Omit, No. 2, Orrici: How.
XU nr.-ti.-. in all tlieConrt
For A-Vool-Gi'owors :
Sack Twine, Sheep Shears,
8f. Coaca.. hii. r.i f ,Br rnd t' ' reiieiv aJDoking a cigiriUt and encinccrin"
uaa inHU-vmik null Jllllinii; 3MII. Uietll
nunibers of quail called across the melon
Mitchs to their mates, or ran along the road
dubiously in front of us. The beautiful
tufted quail: But it is tho rarct thing in
mr w.i m iu unit wiij oi iiiem on tne tHbies
Tar fartar lafunnatioa addrif
3HRYOCK & HISB. Globe City. Agents
For ITofcoEs, Stsxtion Keepers and Saloons :
Bed-room Set, Ale and Porter, Glassware, Whi(kie.,
Parlor Sets. Table Furniture, Wines, Tobacco,
Chairs, Crockery, Braudics, Cigarf.
For Kvor.vbody :
Flour, Cm Meal, Beans, "Bacon, Ham?. Linl, Camiod M.-ats ami Fruits, Drift! Fruits,
Syrup, Sugar, Tea. Codec, Kice, Spices. Soap. Candles, Soda, Starch, Salt,
Cream Tartar, Yea.-t Powders. Su.w Caqiets. Oil Clotha,
Matting, Blanker. Mattress?, Etc., Kte.
LIBERAL PRICKS, IX MKKC1IAXDISK OR CEURENCW
Gold Dust, Cold and Silver Bullion, Wool, Hides,
MERCHANTABLE PKODL'riS OF THE COl'NTRY.
CHAS. LANG-LEY & CO.,
W h o I s a I v I) r n jr i s 1 s
Frenc , English and Ge man Drugs.
FINE ESSKNTIAL )IJS CHEMICALS,
1'EUFf.MEBY, ETC., ETC.
Agents for Quicksilver.
IE. Cor. of Front and Pino StrootH,
THE YESTtRN UNION TELEGRAPH
t thr oaly f rt
Of lr eairr To le.i.i m I rrvic, dlrrft yvar
trruH,. to br rtit Li llw lino tlkttcwBwCcH
Direct to all Ps ints,
A ad dwi not bate tu .e jmJ tu rnilrcad rvtf
embraced long line of tree", their roo! Iojh
-ciuing to touch the cloud not rain-clow)-).
Tnev wemd doublv beautiful and
uurc thin det-p green to i.ur blurred vi&um. i Len D. Sivjer in a tenet of articltu. wliicii
i-re-euttj tn? Uweot the trngating ditchea being iioblWnd in the 3IHvukea Wis
cou d U- -TJ squaring and lionising cowJ bM Um. foHowi ng tho
the Uvel land; a e ncirnl them the wr-i
NAVAJO US, I7TC.
"lliey aro excellent horseman; thev are
in niuir ciciiiuni wucn in uie sauuic. 1 am
told that their lauguage i not cssentiallv
.i:ir..... r t -.r -
iiuiciuiii iiwm iimi oi outer .bh jiexicnn
and Arizona Indian' the Comanche,
Apache, and kindred tribes; but they have
iiuuie ativances in tneir arts oeyonit that pos
se-sed lv other tribes. They manufacture
to a considerable extent. They make most
of their apparel, al.-o saddles bridles, fancy
bits etc.. and the noted and very gay blan
kets they manufacture are much jirized.
and command a hili price in the market.
1 saw some in bauta Fe valued at $200
Yesterday, near our camp, on Blue Water,
was a small luUmn settlement; there I saw
an old squaw making one of these blankets.
The loom was formed bv the limbs of a
j tree. They told me she had been patiently
lomng on mis one oiauKet lor over two
years, and then her work was not nearly
complete. These blankets were manufactured
from the pure wool, and arc so closelv
woven that they are ofteu used for "pack
ing ' water, which thev are canable of re
taining for many h ir.
I p to the p?st f-v years, these Indians, '
"league ot liar ley yonder; nearer still a
AINJD '"'". with its tiny jwtch of eh Hi cvlvrado
, ami -nap-beans struggling with the sun
I rioners ami worms tor ait ephemera! exis
tence; then, neat sucks of wheat-straw; the
cha itiiig of frog; the braying of donkeys;
some semi-mule .Mexican children, by the
water'a brink, chattering like puroquets; a
pony ambling along beneath a loadoffod-
I .1. 1. .. a . a
tier wiai inmost coveieu mm irom view.
, of tlrj a-Mdcnts f tliis region. What mag-
Tho hand that rock-tlie i-.-adlo :
Is the hand tha: r- sh world,- 1- . . ;
But the man thai wak-;the lttbv ': ':'
Will get his ear-lock c trlwL. . - , . t
.Y,i- ier.l JciV.
The man who owns a babv, - J . ..
If he'w any son-o all," '
Will him-olf ariseand -ooil: it u
When it first bo-lns to nH." 1 " : ' '
AW Tori- Timti.
Tlio man who rocks the bubv : - '
On very squnlly iiighte. cu'V-
Ik ho whoso wiiVs the ladv : "
ii anumo iui iiuiiivn sriznis, . -
Vktl.dtlnhl Prtu. -
The man who wakes the babv - S. - -By
blundering in at night, :
Deserve! a squnily ieetttre "
On tho toxt of getting tight.
The man that w heels the baby" - " .O ' . ''
In its coach around the suaror " - . :
Isn very model huttund, - V "- .
fc'o most of i ive. d lare.
( ' Haiti t ire i'mcn ami Country.
Tho man who flajv the babr.
When tlie little tiiimr'- unwi
Raisos then ami there,' believe us.
A fcort ot merry h I.
Tho man who drops tho baby
"Kerchunk" upon the lloor. ' -'
To surpruo his little lady, - ..
Had better hunt the door. : J
Culumbta lit rah!. ...
The man who loves a babv '
Tho darling littlo pet,
Will take it from thu cradle," "'----
And dry it wiicn its wet. -: :
Ittilnrgh Globe. : '
Tho man who holds the babv - " '' ;
At night, when it's got the" "skitters," ; ' '
If hoN a "Judge," will soon find out ' i
I uat "ail's not gold that srlittors." - , .
Xete PuiladtffJtia Democrat
Tho man who own a baby,
Ih the hauple-t man that's out,
If tho baby knows it's daddv,
And it's daddv has no doubt.
Famine ia one of tne signs of the latter -
times given by our Savior as tokens of his
approaching advent as King of King-.
.More than hall a nu.hon
Attorney & Counselor at Law.
Witl Practice In all Court of tlio Territory.
02.ee with tlir I'iftrirt A'li.rnry OSlcr Kuw.
l rices at tho V erda lining tlio own m at. PnKmtr wttt, -,l,i;;.,ni
" - . . .WwWVV., nun Mllll.4UUtli i 1 V I L. 1 1 1
BK.V.I ML 3IOI1GA.N,
tO-E.v tr'k J P. HurcMTf '.. )
lT.r-OOTT, YAVAPAI COCNTY. A It I ZONA.
TTH1 Prartlcr In all Cnrt or tho Torrlto-.
Partini':i attention civou to Mining Law.
nox. x. iii:yiknfkut, - - - San Franci-co.
" n. r. Moitui-ON, .Indco 4th Dit. Court, j
" THOM.v- nnowN. Cashier Bank California. ;
EP. K" T-Vt.l.5.
ATTORNEYS A.TJL.A.'W, ;
Prc Yivif-i1 Co'inty. Arizona j
Vv .i,- (..tT,(t o -tV.7 iifn. .ntm?F! t'htn j
r.-i . .f J .-.- '-i , T-rt" rv Atni'ti i
Tt . t v .,, i"!-m nn r- itv awontly prf jarrJ. I
JOHN G. CAMPBELL
HAS NOW P.KCKIYKI) THE 1 V::r.t:ST AND M)ST COVI'I.ETE STOCK
SIR ASTLEY COOPER'S
'PHI: OI5KAT l.N'll IMt IIKVUDY KOU NKRYOt'S
1 nr.llll.lTY Sjvni Tiil ,ra S inal WrakiiM.
aaj l'f mntiir. il,-hu- if lh'..r.t K.'ir.
THE VITAL RESTORATIVE
will jxHi-irrit on- "..r.i 'j ,m.i p-n.aa-ii'ir. any i two as a sort of iLh. Seveiitv-live cents
Si'.V .f !l?Xr:;ZTL ed lor such "provender," and in the
mailer fMir wlia' in.r rrvdur..!. ganiCIl SjK)t Ot AnUOim
THE VITAL RESTORATIVE ! tub cave cheek mixes
i.aiuornifhi. r-. n ttr rcrit-. : w u. : 4ntu-k j are repi cscritcd here, bv the enthusiastic
li'', jupi'ii. lo t.,e err-nn f iMiin! aa. m
PURIFIES AND ENRICHES
Tb Wil. r JioMia'inc Mini rpiuik-ratiir h. In miad
aatl ImmIv. TtHMial. tith in !! r.atitr dI ia Bufr
oan trt'il li.tbe gmtt IMt. rntiveir'!t:M4 1UU rmliy
IMrt t rr boo I or four lino- lb qinntltv for S 0. t
Smt to any aMrn urcura trmn o.-ra'.. ; present SVstcm of Cultivation. There lUUSt
Af"rl;iR..f.lr.r.i.r t la.tu'aai'i'tr.Jl.s ! eiUigilten.tl distribution of the
.iircnm or nn umlie liw4iaj'af i'Mi4i4ua. ; water, and a more caretul study ol ihe soil
l, KMmr.vmi.M miaw , vv 1 1 It rciati- n to rotation of the crops wh eh
-SoJc AftJt to whom stl lft koald be aJlrd. ; , , . , 1
n arj priMiuced thereon, beiore the now rich
P. S - 11 r Ml. il ran h titled tn r-frrrtwv. la tbm land- of this !CaUtil'lll ValleV Can reach the
Hbvr..m-ainH r-9 0 m , aarf 3 u. 4 r. U. at ..f .-t...u.t r..r.;it,- ZnA
. , n - r i , i,v' ii i ini4iini urisuij nave
nifuxat grajH-s might be grown in this val-1 w te Apac.i.--, have kept the peple in perished in India for lack of fowl Oulv
ley, of almost every variety; and ret I hear ! terror, especially tip- Jlexicaus feurwl them , think of the wide-snn-nrt nii..rv .l.-t ,.,
, nt'i.nlv in ttr tun fftiuniiti. I fTi'Iltlv. t'ir tllf5r luiliInM.i tvn iinitrnnii. I ;i r . "
' - "UWilllHJ lltttlllLI lL'Ull . O- " T u.-aaaavwj "UJ Ull ll LV, v. TirMVIII Ill 't I'lMlIM TIT ll'MAnt II. uli . iiioLin
maiie, aim tney in a rune, nnscicntihc sort emcu. ccarcciy a year pu-seu, unless a ; beimrs have literallv starved to death f Vn.l
..!. ...ill . I. .. " I .1 - ... I ...... ,.4 I t. 1 tl I - MVIHII,
oi n, sou, me yieici was nattering tins
year, as showing what might be done in
this most noble industry. Live water
roses line the wntcis' edges hereabout;
what a splendid salad, and how few use it,
or even know of its qualities I What afield
for the culture of musnrooms, and they are
a delicacy about which Americans know
nothing- and that non-knowledge is not at
ull to their credit. I might enumerate a
dozen or more most excellent fruits and
edibles which cou la tic grown here most
successfully it ml at remunerative prices, to
which both foil and climate are admirably
adapted, but will simply remark in this
couut'Ctinn that the Salt Hiverites need a
German or a French colony in t';cre to
show them not only what to cultivate, but how
to cultivate it, ami also how to prepaiefor
their whisky-distorted appetites, better
drinks. This is conceded by most writers
and travelers to be the "garden spot of Ari
zona,"' and yet what one has shoved at him
in the hotels is waterv potatoes, "Java"
coll'ee (Cod -ave the mark!) and a few acid-
pulled loaves of bread, with an onion or
L.bb-'.t! 1 O'llrien, to be eery rich, and if men s reli-
project half ns well as O'Brien's, Arizona
and the world would become both richer
The agriculture of this regiou has evi
urntiv reached its maximum under the
GENE R A L I E B C H A fiDli S El,
' Sirnm Hutu i 'iiur St..i '.ii' 'i.-r. n,. m n..
. 1.1. ilr.t ffl. N II K-BM'ii 1 r -io I iJKl3 neSS.
fnmilO A m i.ir.)l; f n.. b i B. Hunitovr, ill IJcnmliarkinP noon "that biir-l.-lirutr.l '
. ... i - 1
we bumued alontr ui ;hc vjllev of the map
. . . ......
great force of armed brave, admirably
mounted, swept down upon the exposed
countries to the north of Mexico, bearing
away great spoils. Their herds of horses,
cattle and sheep, were greatly augmented
by this course, anil it may be said that the
Mexicans sowed that the Indiiins might
reap, it we were laminar with the true
and horrid details of the cruelties, that have
been dealt by these savage--, to the inhabi
tants of this defenseless frontier; if we
knew the history of this land for the past
fifty years, its massacres, aud its murders,
its tears, and its spoliations, villages de
stroyed, and depopulated: men butchered
on their own hearths: women carritd into
captivity, to satisfy the lust of the r-esert
despoilcr; If wc knew of all the depreda
tions that the recreant wretches have com
mitted, we never would cry out "mercy to
Lo the poor Indian," but would rather ex
terminate the whole race cf degraded villain.-.
Hut we have them pretty well under
tne yoKc ol suojection now, and it is to be
sincerely hoped that the Government will
keep them there; aud it undoubtedly will,
if such nvn as General Crook, our Indian
subducr, known among the Indians as the
White Eigle who invaded this country
and put a quietu- to their wild maraudings,
and made examples for them, by blotting
out the career of many of their race has
the handling of them. General Kautz is a
very good man in this department, but he is
not as expeditious in his dealings with the
Indians, or ns beloved by the frontiersman
as his predecessor, Crook.
Since the Department of Arizona has been
under the command of Gen. Kautz, more
Indians have been killed than during the
same length of time while under the ad
ministration of Gen. Crook. Ed. aIinek. j
Tho Peruvian Niter-UciW.
a. m t 1 r M. mOy ' af aWatiaa rrt wn4ar'i a
tcr a. 1 otam'a.ifioa. inc iftttnf anal ul o , M. S3.
Xufri,. l Horary Pima Co.
II tl. ttrurrnnn.
!!:!? KFOKI) i COODUK'II,
Attorney Counselor: at Law,
Tjcsod. .Ar'z na.
Will Traftice in ail uW Crlii of the Territory.
A. ,1. TttlUOIX). 31. A., 31. D.
A . 11 .n-n'(, tniv. rliy. J j is-u
V., Tt ait- I'aHeroitr. J " " "
M it C Phy i .arp.
PHYSICIAN ART) SURG320N.
Ofh f n ItR.-.urJ.X Jwlt Ilallillng:, eat of An-
Kct., Etc., Etc.,
nil. WAUItCN E. DA V.
SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN.
Cm T M mtrzania S'nwt i "T it'.Htwio. lrr(viU.
Csa - ouoa!eJ at bi ()3i ? at all hour: clrcSO.
E. TIISILE. 31. P..
PiTsician, Surgrron nnd Accoucbeur
PKESCorT. A. T.
0 aii riijere m Xonkutun i Str ort. eppl tfc
ic I'nralientrarrcti cn'i''itia roomi, fnm tha
J. GOLDWATEK HKO.,
forwarding and Commission Werchants,
Ehrenberg. Arizona Territory.
JAY C. KELLEY.
Prescott, Arizona Territory.
GEO. 31. WATERS,
Millwright and Contractor,
PRESCOTT, A. T.
KLAlvE At CO.,
G' I ltit. O..M n l Silver nul'ina ftBl Urn of vf tv
CfTip tn-Unl ai.J -shvI. All amayt piiarantcwl.
OlHi iln v1Itij i.,rajrrl3' occupltJ by A. .t N". it.
S. C. MILLER & BRO.
fnow pr-r4 to wivan.l fnTTranl all pn-vl fcnJ
r-ho'i.p eai.len. it t Jalr fT- at readable rate.
raiB trill lavc EbrraWr Ir Haj jwr nwnth.
S.C. MII.I.EIJ 1IK0.
irevt. J0, j j-77 ,f
EVER BllOEGilT TO THIS MARKET, CO.MPIilSLN'G
Men's, Touth'a and IWs' Chithu g. Idii-s' and Gents' Underwear,
Boots, Shoes and Slipping Men's and Doy.-' lints
Shirts, Neckties and Gloves Hosiery nnd Handkcichiefs
Bar.DAiuask, Russia and Crah Toweling, Calicoes, Ginghams. Alpacas,
Poplin?, Wool I Maids, Tweeds, Cassimerotf and Denims.
White, Colored and Opera Flnimcis, Ladies' and Missi's' Shawls,
Cuff?, Collars, Crochet. Embroidery Edging,
Vallcncicnnca Lace, Nottingham Lace,
Black Silk luingcs,
Cotton and Rustic Blind?, Tapestiy and Velvet .Mats,
Tapestry, Ingrain and 3-ply Carpets, Oil Cloths, Wall Paper and Ikirdcr,
Box, Cylinder !"1 Thermometer Churns, Rocking, Dining and Ollicc Chairs,
Children's Chain, Bedroom Sew. Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Fish Hooks and Lines I'icks. Shovels and Sledges,
Iloen Rakes. Wheclbarrowp, l'lanes, Chisels, Axes,
Iron and Jead Pipe, Couplings, Elbows, Chains,
Suction. Force and Lifting Pumps Cooking and Parlor Stoves,
Fenders, Etc.. Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
'Sporting, Giant and Blasting Powder, Fuse, Caps,
Drill Steel, Paint Brushes. Wool Sacks and Twine,
Painta, Oils Glass, Smalts, Bronze, Turpentine. White Lead, Gold Leaf,
Crockery, Glassware and Lamps Traveling lies Satehels, 'J 'ruiiks,
liar vilSS03, !ottles, .Miners, Vi....-.NUnndclieis, htc, lac ; imimi Addr
A FULL AStJO 1 IT3 1 EX"r OF i
COPPER A IV I) X II E i: T 1 R O ?T
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND MADE TO ORDER.
Staple find. X;x n e y O-1 o e eries,
OF THE XEWKST AND CHOICEST DESCItlPTIONS. COMPKISINO
Green, Black and English Breakfast Teas, Mocha, Java and Ilio Cofiec,
Smoked Salmon, noneless Codfish,
Cracked Wheat, Ilotniny, Oatmeal,
Aldcn Dried Fruits and Vegetables.
Tobacco and CI?nr. Wines, Liquors, AIp, Porter and Cider.
Saddles, Ox Whips, Blacksnakcs, Collars, Harness Soap and Eureka Dressing,
Saddle Mats and Cloths. Whip Lashes, Bows, Poles Hagsry Shafts, Hubs,
Hobbles; Halters, Buckles. Snaps, Ilings. Wagon Spokes, Felloes, Etc, Etc.
All of -which will be sold at lletlroclc Prices, or exchanged for the
Products of ii Country.
' Diluent Salt, passing uunumliered l'im:ts a
I Ditrt.'. with their long hair Hunting in the
, wind and their snake-like eyes ajmrkling
' w.th th? exluleration of the "ride; and we
came to Tempi, where a Puritan Father
(Hayden) has a fine mill, one of the best in
the Territory, and a store, where he lives,
and sells his tlour aud things, at peace with
all the world and tin Pimas. Six miles be
yond Tempi we filled canteens, aud bowled
out boldly onto the
Git AND JORNADA,
or desert journey of 43 miles, and not a
drop of water. What a misnomer the
nunc desert, as applied to this region ! One
DK. L.J.CZA PKAY'JS
PKIVATfi .iii:d:cai. ISTiTUTU,
300. Kcnrny St., Sun I'rancUco.
ESTAULI-liri I.N ISM,
FOIt T1H I'lJUM ANKNT ( I'KK OI ALL Sj'liCIAI
AND ClIIlOMC Dt.-KASlt-. AS ALSO
FliMALK COMl'UVINTS V TIIU
Nun vol's s stem.
'rilE IMMENSE DKSTIUVTION OP HC.Mn::
I life Mil imlly fMHi tftft bmI 'hroioiU.-n whw!
tblttrfi! bwl rrlluble InnthiitUia tu b r.Ulilhhi-1 Si ia
PailMilvlvn!ii. IVan . In 50. ami nftrnrMrU In Sun
ProtcW.1 ("1 in IS5I. aa ririiti.ilip.4iy In "nlr
mai. -r laruU.rt ail a!) t,er nimpfaiaif I . ,uI1 fireen '""a! ? g"'l"t CSCtl'S. in
Ooefalt&tioai hi th lnii ul. or by 1-i'rr. KISEE
To the Afflicted.
Dr. I.. J Ctapkav W"flll iii-t r-.peiftilly inf.rm
la jMib.tc if ihf I )( rt that, nt the mrtiJ.t tolfu
lion f bi Birrmi. I.iiul.. b1 baaHinl. if tat ub
lor uoati'ly atf.'i-tmi wi'ti dirra.e. b has rript'atl bil
Mm1ImI anl Siiix"'""! InMitu'o wl romJ ib jiratlre
of lil. nifr.loo. Tha d-t"r vrunbl iriniit.l ail iIh-m.
who rc in nrnlot irliol W, that lnre relipmilthlair
hi, very r-xti-nsivf anil uorlnl l-mr rt is Saa Knia- i
vigorous growth lar away irom water.
There arc miles on miles of patogerrv for
ests, uuscrv.eeable, however, for anything
but firewood or an occasional singletree;
ami a continuous stretch of grease-wood
from edge to edge of this desert and yet
it is more than 200 feet to water! This was
proven bv some parties who sunk a well to
dM. It ba ini the jirlarljial citi In Etirojie I, j that depth SOU1C 15 miles from the desert
.jrtiM; diiiirtiy .a.. in.t ia.wi.i " ui.. imt e(lgB on ,1U Florence side, und thev had to
rjllirrinir th. rxf rlencr of Ihr nHt Irnfl In lb pro. i , s , ,. . . ' . ,
f.kn th bnrnt fr m wi u-h he ovr. io ail in ored of abandon their enterprise without even see
Ll frvirc. KhvinnAtlr aifretiunt rhnmle fa arrh. di iny a dron of moisture at the bottom.
rar f thr OiMOiirh ad khlnrr. liver c.biiv) unl.. t-lc c.;i : .it. 1.. ,-:.. .1.:,
.KNN.,i..iy irna.i. Th.e rk. rr .Hff rinv fr.. lb ; btiles is the humanitarian ot this region,
nrir a.id Iniltrfivtiim. .if ym!li, n vom WMikue... I j list how lllMIiy men llC lias picked lip,
.i, i nm-. uM, j, -mi w a f,h.i ., ,,,, with the lonirnde or walk, and
All -iinwoni' i'Iubs firtly
U J. I Z.Vi'KAY. .M. I).
809 Kwimv .Strral, S. P.
0a the Pacific coast of South America ex
tending from the fourth to the fortieth de
gree of south latitude, aoout 2.400 miles
along the s'opo of the Andes to the sea, in
Bolivia, Peru, and part of Chi'i. there has
been found a line of deposits of sodium nitrate,
the "Peruvian niter." The beds are of varia
ble thickness, covered by from one to ten
yards' depth of earth and half-formed sand
stone. The dry soil of the most of this rain
less couutry is pervaded, in some degree,
with this deposit. The mummied remains
of the old Peruvian people are embalmed
with it by the earth in which they are bur
ied; and its crystals glisten on those ghastly
relics which were presented in the Peruvian
department of the Centennial Exibition,and
those brought to tins country by Dr. bteerc
It has been estimated that in the Province
Tarapaca, within fifty square leagues, the
quantity of the niter is not lessthan G:j,000,000
tons. The appropriation of this vast re
source has been taken up rather slowly, but
has much increased for ten or twelve years
past. Vessels laden with it go to the coast
of manufacturing countries. At Glasgow
the works devoted to the production of or
dinarv saltpeter frnn the niter of Peru ex
tend over acres of ground. In 1SC8. 100,000,
000 pounds were used in Great Britain. As
yet it has been applied to the nourishment
of crops only to a limited extent. But this
seems lo he its ehM destination, and tor
now as one of the consequences of this ter
rible calamity cannibalism is reported. Ba
bies are said to be worth a rupeo in tho
market, that is about fifty cents. It is ex
pected that in Southern "India six million
will shortly perish of famine.
In the Corea als, th )us.mds arc perishing .;.
for lack rf food. Whenever :i vessel enters
the port, laden with rice, corn or any kind. 1
of eatables, the hungry natives fight for ft .;,
chance to obtain the needed food, aud biiuul
is shed in their frantic struggles. P-isiilenee
treads on the heels of want, and deart .i.
bodies lie for davs in the streets unburicd "
and spreading disease. During the . timo
these horrors have prevailed in the East. '
one hundred thou? and tons ot Indian wheat".
has been shipped to England. While ftunV
drcds of thousands have perished with Iiub '-
ger, this enormous amount of the staH'ot
life has been exported to a country ttnatllict- :
ed wih uch destitution, and able to obtaiu T
supplics from other sources. Tbi seem i to, -us
to be miserable management, find cxhib-:
its cither woful incapacity o: atterdisregard
of human sufferings and human life.
But such sccues as are now presented ia
India, the Corea and some parts of China, "
where also starvation with nU its terrors is, -laying
low its thousands, aw not to be ex
pected, without her awful judgments upoa.
the inhabitants of the earth, prior to tho
great change that is to be expected by tho , '
establishment of that kingdom wbiclfshail .1
be thrown down no more for evrr.
The eyes of the Saints should be open to';-,
the signs of the times but, as Daniel pre-"
dieted concerning this eriod, " The wicked
shall do wickedly, and none of the wicked . .
shall understand, but the wise shall under- ...
stand." Deserct News. '. '.
Ontc.iN ok tuk God TIyken. Danchet,
the French poet, tells us, respecting the "
deification of Hymen, that he was a young
man of Athens, ob-rurely Imru. but extreme
ly handsome. Falii-g'n 1 ve with a young '
lady of distinction, h uivu'swt himself in
a female habit, in order to t;i .-.ccess to her
and enjoy the ple .smv of her Company. -As
he happen to be one day in this disguise :
with his mistress and her "female com pan
ions, celebrating on the sea-shore the rites of
Ceres Eleusina, a gang of pirate came upon
them by surprise and carried them all off.
The pirate haviug conveyed them to n dis- s
tant island, got drunk for joy, an fell a- v
sleep. Hymen seized his opportunity, arm
ed the virgins and dispatched the pirates;
after which, leaving the ladies on the island. i
he wentin haste to Athens, where he told his
adventure to all the parents, and demanded
her he loved in marriage as his ransom. His
c-j request was granted, and so fortunate was. r.
i thr m.irr5:im tint tlin n-m nt' ITrmun .t-.
ever afterward invoked in all future nuptials
and in the course of time tho Greeks enroll
ed him among their gods.
TUK PANCK OF UH,lTtt.
mlnisteriMl to their bodtiv needs, the Great ! this use it lies in the earth, a vast mine of1 anu cnasuty.
News, warns the Female Saints, as well as - '
the young of the other sex, not to read Dea
con Rulofson's "Dance of dea' h," as it is
immoral, lecherous and wicked, aud calcu
lated to put thoughts into the heads of the
young directly opposite to those of puritv . .
..-.-1 Al...Ha,r4.. ". '
Mackerel, Salmon Bellies, Dried Beef,
Buckwheat Flour, Canned Lruit,
Mushrooms, Cheese, Hams, Bacon,
V,r O R K ; To Tlio ITnfoi-tmnvte I
G23. Kearny Street, S. F.
FVaMi'lieil In I f l, fi r the treat
nirnt "I' SVxtinl unil .Si-trinal D!;.a.r
urh a fiiiierrlina, 0t, Striciurr
Faiiic onlv knows or can know, for Stiles
is a siieutman. Thence six miles through
the bottom cf the Gila and alont; its dry
the probable railroad centre of Arizona,
and consequently the Capital, in time. This
town is embedded iu the foliage of cotton
wood treej, anil girded with irrigating
ditches Its growth is owing to discover-
i!i ,n in i ll it fjrmn. sm!nni i ic of rich mineral veins iu the vicinitv and
WriknrM lmtlrtirv. Mon IMrtie
3Iil!cn's Camp; and of course everybody
knows that the Silver King is near Floi
once. i0 miles away. Its architecture is
the severe Sonorcsquu (adobe), with glit
teriugj of grejn, U iMor, as seen in corn
patches b an areas, and weeds that reach
up enviously after the corn-tassels, or smile
.1 .1 . ... a il.l . r
fltr.i.anentlvc.ro.l..irnoihar1re. 1 '" "' wiuov, Jiy
S EM IN A L WEAKNESS.
Seminal Einiun. Iho -..n,qun!r of nelf aIiiim".
Thi military c or "-nvrl M-ual iiHlnljrvniv. is
prarll'Pil lj tlio mii-.Ii .f i.i'li res tunii uliimM uniim- j
ltrl rxtrnt.'i'ri iKi-inc Hiierrimrrrtnin'y Iho fultmr- ,
lap train of i".tbiil fjnipt. nu, unlw r.mitmte.1 by mii.
rnlific mcdiftii m'nuirrt vu. Salhiw s untctmni e; dark ,
i;ot nnHrr tli i-ym 'in in tha brad rinpniff in the
eat. niii.e like thi- tn-tlinp !
rhariuK, uti'lnr. abn'it the
limb, ninfnu-il Mji.m. lililiit
i leavm ami nutiinc of ; down contemptuously upon the unprctend
ra ;ni;;:rof ih.gchili-po,ls. Thctcare strings of jerky
I ' .IIH! I., nminai-l.inr ilnnon a .IU.U.. ... ! T 11 Illll" VlVl.' IX. illlll 1 1 1 f t I TTlt V 1 VI l.flfn
"DTP Tr,Qnr.TwT TVTTT. A T W A "R.TriT!T ::","Tr';ir:,f,:,i: : llin w . name;;
X XtXJWVV -a- o-T-a a-i-c-w -L- -TL..k.uj.&ji ...... jrjre- (urrf,i toiiLMic. frii.i hipBth. rmtk'h o-m-' dogs; and some men,?! believe, who drink
NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE PLAZA.
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO KORNISK THE PEOPLE OP PRESCOTT AND VICINITY WITH
Boor, PorK, nvE-ULttooa., Etc.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, AT FAIR, LIVING PRICES.
C. T. ROGERS 5i CO.
PrA-eoti, Ariisrt, Mrh 16T7.
mmptiou. ni,.ht wi'at, iiKimimuoiB awl fieiuet imjn- j fine old Baurpon, and" have gay old times
.......... .... I at rival bail's. These bailtn. or balls, are all
LUU,jUA1 j the rage. One night during mv stay, the
Prrnn at a iiitnr niay lj" ol'ltED AT HO.viE by . ..oniv two' reo)CCtai,le caravanseries in the
adilrrlnir n Uttrr to Dr (ilhbon. tuitinir oar ' mj-I , - . , . ,
mm', tcnir'ii of tim b di. ha pontiimrd. ori have ! plcc wure vcnlnig their spleen upon
tniiiinine promptly inrivardMi. rr fr ni dmnHfe un.1 oncaiiother. The one bv a dignified silence,
ciirio-itv, to any part if th ronntry with full mi I plain .i ,i, lf. i...,i .. ,T. .,, ki
dirrction.. liv Vho!. ine Ten d..iiai r,.ia. Ir. rUtVtni "1 the other had a mammoth tent ablaze
loiter throneli'lhi. IWoRl( or threnKh W,.. Karro & I with light, lllld a line old Dixie 1)1111(1, which
c,n?l.nV?'IKnp,M,.",'c,,l0iB8 wlnt?ri!'iirv?prt niailo night famous, as usual, with its mo
ot the Union. AddrK DR. J. K. ttlllllON, n i tr t , i t j r
aiiRietd iti t,95T, Sfta i'rioo. notonous grind. Hure T had tho good for-
wealth, for the disposal of coming genera
tions. When multiplied population puts the
sustaining power of the earth really to the
test, this fund of sustenance on the Peruvian
coast must come to outweight in value the
gold and silver mines of the Californian
coast. Popular Science Monthly.
UNCLK HILLY KOKKKS Is DEAD.
There arc but few people, who have been
on the Pacific Coast for many years, that do
not know something of Uncle Billy Rogers.
He was the first Sheriff cf Eldorado County,
Cal., in 1853, having arrived at " Hang
Town " enrlv in 1S19 from Lawrenceburg,
He was born in Kentuky in 1703, and
died in Elko, Nev., Sept. 8, 1S77, aged SI
years. He took an active part in the early
Indian wars in Caiifornia, as Major of the
State troops, in 1S58 he lemoved to Utah,
Rulofson's ostensible object is to dissuade'
people from indulging iu waltzing, and in" '"";'""'.
round dances generally, which he regards as ',.
pernicious and extremely dangerous to the ' .
morals of tne sexes, even more so than the
old Pennsylvania habit of "bundling.'' J5nt
all the newspaper men who have read tho -work,
declare that the old man has allowed " ' " .
his imagination to run away beyond the
real, and that his book, in the hands of the ' "
young, would intlamc their desires and lead "C. .
to their ruin much faster than ever the Kan- :.
kan, Shoo-fly, or any of the most immodest .-,.
dances. " .'.'t
A Monster Bench ok Grapes. There is :.
now on exhibition at 110 Dupnat street, a.
mammoth bunch of grapes from the great .
grapevine of Santa Barbat a, a cutting from .'
the monsterscnt to the Centennial. This clus- '
tor weighs 123 lbs. is six feet long." The vinoi -from
which it was cut sixteen vears old. and :
.-nA,.n.., .-,nn,.nll.. 1 0 AAA ... lO flflfl i,.inb
V , 111 llllll.lll I VJ- UUlf LU 1 IUV IIUMMJ.
ana was Appointed tntiian Agent in icoy, f opapes. Call.
v. .1.. oi. ..i i i . -N- i ; 1
lur me oiiosnones, imu reinovuti iu iuv:iuu
Territory. He built the first house ever
erected in what is now the State of Nevada,
which still stands in Ruby Valley.
Uncle Billy made Elko county his home
from its first settlement until the day of his
It turns out that all the killing done by
Indians, was in Now Mexico, and out of
Gou. Knutz's demrtmat.
Greenbacks arc quoted iu San Francisco
at 97JvT and 97 the highest point they -have
reached since they rst came into ex-
istencc. We predict that Wfore another
Presidential electien takes place they will
be selling at par with gold and, in fact they
are now worth equally with goW coin in thV
mctroplis of Prescott Vbioh is tke standard
togo by in Arizona.
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