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VOL. XIV.-NO. 42.
L -11 1-1
rrLisiu:i f.vf.ky Friday,
CHAS. "W. BEACH,
Kilitor timl Propi-ieior.
Tbeai? number of the Wrkklt Minki: wu I.Miednn
I Mir-i ' IStU .mt in aK it thirteenth vwr, it can,
"i ii:1: t-Ui-in to be the tldel, aad bet uen-npaper
ln ti.e rrri!ry.
Snlst,iit ion lviites.
0- eC'ry. One ear
... 3.00 f
s x M-nth
K,I- 'j' a " eekH . "" yar.
of thJ tvp. ia imn . $3.00 fnr fir
Sos -r n ana M
i H-r iwh fcr vttfh atldUiW)l lnrrtk)B
nit tr..i abovr Tat will W hku! t jf r-
lriy y th j-r. hlf ar e
i '.uinf cr.! tn.rrtni upun r.ioaa-
c ii tnn bi lrritin. :ilrrtiinc
aril it b i.mI. r othfrwUc, nt
V-v f.7ly jr i'rjMymfiifor.S.
' -i i rat.if inrfiriabiv.
Attorney ami Connsi'lor at Luav.
Office South Montezuim Ct Prescott
s a r i: l 1 1 a 3ii i:ro.,
tATTOENEY -A.T X.A-'W,
jlincral Park. Mohave fount v, Arizona.
1 VI L
rVttorney and Counselor at Law,
I T..I. 1)11131,
Rwtoriiey and Counselor at Law,
1 Prescott, Arisoua.
I orFICl-Son'h !.! of VUia.
11. 11. CAUTTKR,
ll'robate.I udge. .1 ust ice of t lie Peace
And Conveyancer. County Building.
J. 1. IIAKGKAVI-:,
rAttornev and Counselor at Laiv,
OmCE-Kat i.ie of the Daia.
11. X. ALEXAXDKK,
ATTORNEY AT ZD-AW,
Tama, Arizona Territory.
AVilI practic in alt the CM.rti of thr Trrritsry.
PAUL J. KOISKKT.
F-A.TT03?l3SrE"" AT LA"W",
l'KESCOTr. a. r.
SjaV(i Frcncli anl Sjviui.h. a)vl.tf.
iEfi-CNE W. A K.VM. TKAVK. MVl-KKK. Al.VIN J. fKl Ku.
ARAM, McCTJSKER & BRUNER,
fAttornevs and Counselorsat Law,
Pi;vcott. AlUZON .
lOn-icr, No. '. - orrici: How.
Vi!! jnntW in all thrC.wrt
fAltorney Ac Counselor at Law,
Till l'ractlco In nil Court of the Territory.
OSjc with th District Aumey. OSirf How.
BKX.l A31IX MOKCAN,
hATTOHKTE'Sr AT LAW,
,Oaic- w th J 1. Uarprnvc. r.n- )
rUESCOTT. YAVAPAI COl'STY. AIU7.0NA.
ITVIII l'rartlc in all Court of tlie Territory.
Particular attention givnn to Mining Liiw.
loy. s. HEYI'KNU.I.iiT. - - - cuii rrauuwi.
" n. r. toi;nioN. Judse -1th Dist. Court,
Thomas browx. Cashier llank California.
JOHN A. Rl Ml. r.D. W. WKU-.
RCSI1 & WE1-1-S.
Prescott Yavapai County, Arizona
lV-"'-'.'-''v n'trnit o .ill ct'ril lmin ntrnntf J to Infia
Jn f rrt r.itir. ..f K-vint in the Trrit"TV. Atrari
fof V if f ' i:m anrt llcolty arourally prerartd
11 H. UrnF.rnnn.
Att irnff Pimm Co.
iii:iti:FOKn & uooniucii,
PAttoinoys 5i Counselors at Liuv,
Tucson, Ariz na.
W::i prartio m ai: th t oorl of the Territory.
Trmitv 1 uiveri
l Cnana, 1S5I
M K I' Iliy. ami Mir?.
iPHY S I CI A.N AND SURGEON.
Omi r. AVP ltt.-ii'tM E Jexrell IdiiMmp. at of An-
fUfru i Howe ' tor?.
DK. WAKKEX E. WAV,
SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN.
On ; r M.mtriuaia Stit. nlMv Ooodirin, rreeott.
l'.u. . .-.u!-tl at hi OSl-w atall hours: .liysM.
E. TiiEILE. 31. I).,
iPhysician, Surp-eon aud Accoucheur
1'KKSCtlTT. A. T.
0"",v .'.! rf..lQf on Mont7'ima Stxt, opposite the
t"?lrirr.U( entraafo to oTi 'ati. n room, from the
ire .r. deeSOtf
J. GOLDWATEIl & IIHO.,
fl WHOLESALE DEALEKS,
IForwarding and Commission Merchants,
Ehrenberg. Arizona Territory-
JAY (5. KELLEY,
Prescott Arizona Territory.
GEO. M. WATERS,
PKESCOTT, A. T.
BLAKE c CO.,
A S S A "5T IE 33. S ,
I Dust Ool.lan.i Silver nnllion rihI Ore of every
".t'vnptii.s nirlir.1 and aav el. All ay iruarante
Oi I j. e In '..u '..nne lorineriv uccapie.1 by A. & N. 31.
S. C. MILLER & BR0.
s A re i.ott prere.l to reeeive and for wanl all and
Hurehanilie e..icaed to their rare at reanmaWe rate.
i rain w:ll leave Kbrenberr hmtr time jr taenlli.
S C. M I.KK i 11K0.
l'renvtt Jal 10 Jr-77. tf
C. 1 HKAD, Frecott.
Respectfully aunouuee to the Hoplo of
ami aie constantly receivng the
: LARGEST. BEST SELECTED AND CHEAPEST STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
J5VEU UKl'lIHEO FOR
IT'oi O-esii lemcii :
Business Suits, Ovwsliirts, Overcoats,
Drws Suits, P.nnte, Ovwalfc,
l'luc Untlcrwonr, Hosiery, BooU,
For XJotols, Station Keepers :mcl Snlooms :
Ucd-room Scte, Ale and Portr, Glassware, Whiskies,
Parlor Sets, Table Furniture, Wines, Tobacco,
Chairs, Crockery, Hramlies, Cignr.
For liZ'vei-.yod.v :
Hour, Corn Meal, Beans, Bacon, Hams, Lard. Canned Meats and Fruits, Dried Fruits
Syrup, Sugar, Tea, Coffee. Rice. Spicks. Soap. Candles, Soda, Starch, Salt,
Cream Tartar, Yea.-t Powders, Stows. CarpetN Oil Cloths,
Matting, Blankets, Mattrcsei, J'tc. Etc.
LIBERAL PllICKS, TN MERCHANDISE OR CURRENCY,
Cold Dust. Cold and Silver Bullion, Wool. Hides,
MKUCHANTARLK PUODrCTS OK THIS COl'NTHY.
ZdgT' Prices at the Verd House the
BEDROCK PRICES !
JOHN G .
HA8 NOW KIXKlVi;!) Till: l.AK-
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MABKET. COMPULSING
icn's, Youth's aud Boys' Clothing, Ladies' nml Gouts' Underwear,
Boots, Shoes and Slippers, Men's and Boys' llat-t,
Shirts, Neckties and Gloves, Hosiery and Jlnndkeichiefa,
Bar.Diiuask, Russia and Crash Toweling, Calicoes, Ginghams. Alpacas,
Poplins, "Wool Plaids, Tweeds, Cassimeres and Denims,
White, Colored aud Opera Flannels, Ladies' and Misses' Shawls,
Cuffs, Collars, Crochet. Embroidery Edging,
Vallencicnncs Lace, Nottingham Lace,
Black Silk Fringes,
Cotton and Rustic Blinds, Tapestry and Velvet Mats,
Tapestry, Ingrain and 3-ply Carpct.1, Oil Cloths, Wall Paper and Border,
Box, Cylinder and Thermometer Churns, Rocking, Dining and Office Chniis,
Children's Chairs, Bedroom Sew. Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Fish Hooks and Lines, Pick, Shovels and Sledges,
lloea Rakes, Wheelbarrow?, Planes, Chisels, Axes,
Iron and Lead Pipe, Couplings, Elbows. Chains,
Suction, Forco and Lifting Pumps, Cooking and Parlor Stoves,
lenders. Etc., Etc.. Etc, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Sporting:, Giant and Blasting Powder, Fuse, Caps,
Drill Steel, Paint Brushes, Wool Sacks and Twine,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Smalts, Bronze, Turpentine, White Lend, Gold Leaf,
Crockcrv. Glassware and Lump?, Traveling Bags. Satchels, Trunks.
Bar Glasses, Bottles, Mirrors,
A IT'LL, .VJSSOUT.MENT OF
C O P P E II A 3V 1) S II Vj E T I It () PT
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND MADE TO ODDER.
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
OF TIIK XKWr.ST AND CHOICEST DESCRIPTIONS, COMI'HISING-
Green, Black and English Breakfast Teas,
Mackerel, Salmon Bellies, Dried Beef,
Buckwheat Flour, Canned Fruit,
Mushrooms, Cheese, Hams, Bacon,
Tobacco and Cigrnrs, Wines, Liquors, Ale, Porter and Cider.
Saddles, Ox Whips, Blacksnakes, Collars, Harness Soap and Eureka Dressing,
Saddle Mats and Cloths, Whip Lashes Bows, Poles, Buggy Shafts, Hubs,
Hobbles; Halters, Buckles, Snaps Rings. Wagon Spoke, Felloes, Etc., Etc.
All of which will be sold at IJnlrock Prices, or exchanged for the
Products of the Country.
PRESCOTT MEAT MARKET,
NORTHEAST CORNER OP THE PLAZA.
WK ARE SOW PREPAKEI) TO FURNISH THE I'EOI'I.E OF PRESCOTT AND VICINITV WITH
Boef, PorK, 3MI xl t ton, Etc.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, AT PAIR, LIVING PRICES.
C. T. HOG EHS & CO.
rrecott, Arixon, Jlaroh 1877.
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 5, 1877."
AV3f. S. 1IKAI), Camp VtIc.
RETAIL DKALKKSi IN
CAMP VEUDK, A.T.,
Northern Arizona tli.it ihty uow have on hand,
SALK IN THIS J!AKKT.
IVl'i neivs :
Giant Powder Caps,
II "ecliiMiicss :
Ilutts and Screw. Wall 1!
White Laul, 3ier Hortler,
Window Shaic5, Oil him? " uriteutine.
sitine as nt Preaoou, with additional freight
NEW GOODS !!
rlttlCO . i
;::st and most covri.r.Ti; stock or
Ect., Etc., Etc..
Valises, Chandeliers, Etc., Etc. ,
Y () It K ;
Mocha, Java and Rio Coffee,
Smoked Salmon, Boneless Codfish,
Cracked Wheat, Hominy, Oatmeal.
Alden Dried Fruits mid Vegetables.
COLLINGWOOD & HAMERSLAG,
ri.OKKNCi:, l'INAI. CO., A. T
Pe.lre tu Inform the pohlle. thiwirt the avert! it m f the
MtNKK. th.t their oxtea.iee ,U Had wareboom are
alnruv filled nith lu'.i Ima.
J In the Terrtur-. ami their amp'e fwilitie A potclktoUg
"""'"I (Pu. cnui mem to aeii Mlw MtMfa.
i. nuiwk IK.. .jk..l. ...
b addition t regular .tore artielea, Uiey k-poa kaa4
B AELET CORN
Wa will k plMl u, H.tv aii, tn .anh eltion
of .NMOwrArWa...w Maic aad CalifaraW. . av
vllt or im Ivtmm. mxliU
ArMClr I RSSt aV7 UrnBIC
, w.r s, wv"MheadurintheyeftV.nd eh
Flrt and Irxuiant MAeftM. yiar from tlie date of location. $100 worth
Betnma Miin X, llowarvl
Snn Fruiteiien, : :
I s eTtv ... :
RASKIN. BRAYT0H ft CO.,
UvtnHn ot r.r ?, n.ivr. Mri.M At,
li,nrv. V ! . i'-i.t-r II. ii.( -.! Vir-: M.vb nr- tn
r.a . nvrri, a r, i .4 ,i
c .rt.. oi r. .. rf.'.iaa- hii.. aa4 lUrfc
lfal. Al WtrJ.rkrt Slitn araacM. ft
rr4riar Sihrw awt OTP" of. ; qlrk1vr far-
aan : ftotart Mt eoa4tir ; Rittay aad Uhiori
4W)r PnnuH ; Suar 'ill WM-nln-rv ; Wmr U'WU
Bta,, All af tin hUiM an J lai4r,4 anartrwMam.
Agent for Tlio
AJIa Kairlni- fi.rcroor iv', n.riW l'4r. aa 1
llratr Mn. kinitr K.A I)riU and Air Cuafnf.
Wlirr!w'. ono llrvakrr. Elr,
ancint ar.n. w rono. surt
n. r-, . . V.
WEVV PASSbNCER A"D
Btaeu SiIycf city, Hew Meiin,
GX.OHE Cm'. AKIZOXA.
Tm aa4rlanl haviaf r imanl thi. rMttr an yt
Fftl K narrj- pMrmrn aaa a a xtnml rt bu
Vimrhit mil, li e.-h n4 of tb ruad -wrj
ua oaj-.. MEEMN .V MARKIAU K. I'MfwIatut.
Tor farth.r Infurmatioa adlr
3HRYOCK & HISU Globe Citj-, Asonts.
CHAS. LANGLEY & CO.,
V h olesale I) r ti v; s; i s t .
Frouc , English and Go man Drugs.
FINE ESSENTIAL OILS. CHEMICALS,
PEKFUMEBY. ETC., ETC.
Agents for Quicksilver.
X". IS. Cor.ofKront and T?tno Streotf,
THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH
I. ta only pMi
Of la roaatry To inturv wnt wvic, uiivct yaar
tftkraiaj to b t by ht lia taat cuasct
Direct to all Pvints,
A Mi Aort not iuivr to giT -rc4ra to raUmarf arrive
SIR ASTLEY COOPER'S
1 'pin: (sue at k.n;i i-of kkmkdy kok nkrvoi'S
1 DKBII.ITY. n. nT.wi!...-.i Sir:nal WrakB.,
i tu l'rrmaturv ilr.-!-n l I'hi m-.l K.ti-p.
; THE VITAL RESTORATIVE
Will rai'iT'lv rnr, tbon-ncl 'v ami iwrmaiHa(lr. ir
invtrf KMIAt Vl'KI) VII VMTV. .w nn..u .l.billty, 1
pihrr r ..I !-..c ,;..n.l i c wii'l ia rsthr ex, iw 1
nuItr fn-m uluit riu- pnlui-.i
t -to uiri oroTno A-rnrr
i lit VITAL RESTORATIVE
1 a th.ir.'iisbii f.-i-oi.i,.- 'Wwt-or it m iit a quart.
iK..Tnim. h-n.-- .n-ti, ..if u tak. i pinwant s th
tlr. Mipplir. to Hi .-. rthn, ,Pi,.a: ..,a v nipatblwllc .
PURIFIES AHD ENRICHES ;
I tu M rvjrraa.i ami rrfm b..t. ,
I anl b.-ly. I lMM.a. tta in ihi.rvanlrr ao.1 ia Knnp
ran Usllly tn th creat retttiratitv prvpertiat of thk really
. t . . J . . I
! l'tiee. SI vet brttl r four tine the anaatitr tot 10.
Srt to any aidrej wan from otoervaiioe. Sole 1
rtr Vwiwny of tVaay.rW ii. iMeat
?."rfT .1 ,1.'r.ri,,!Lof M'xi- ,
' '.7a.. i who-7L m7:w w
r. 5.- nr. Miniirji-TMirtdhi rfcww to th-
i.i. iHi.. v Cm .so ii Kfi'ii .'m t, touia i. 2 ad a
fr..m 10 a m t.. 2r.; eean s.. 8. sAija, io '
DR . L. .1 . CZAPKA 1 'i '
PK2VATE MEDiCAI. nSTITm: !
K.tnir .. s.tn Kraaelaeo.
"'" v"' I
L On7!?A u.L .c Z :.V
Nunvous St STKM.
M'HR IMMF-NSi: DISTKICTIOK OF Hf.MAX
I life iiannHllv fnnti secret iiml rhroaie illl'. moel
thl oM HB.1 reliable innitiil-" to h e.tnlihiHl fn ia
l'linailelphiH, IVan.. in ;SA0 ami aflrnverJ. la i-an
Knwie.. Cil. In IB5I. nn jwivale .liUMiy. In tinier
to atr.nl tho atlli. tl the ( meJi'-nI anilQrclcal treat-uii-Ht.
fjr thb)ire ami all other adWtioa ami eoaiplalnt
Cunmltfitioiu At the in.nitiile, or by Liter, FIIKK
To thr Atriioted.
Dr. I.. J CsyipVay irmil.l myt rejpeelfnlly lofurm
tlie puUlni v I he -ain Cat thnt, at the earnest jollui
lion of hi pnmefniM liieml. nmi liumlniN of tboco tin-
liir.nm.irly aalleteit vrlth .lua.e. he Ihi. rr.Mae.1 ii
Mertlenlal Sarflml lnrltme ami renml the prartiee
uf hi irfrwl.. The .toetor wwiH rrmia.1 all ib.i
n-bo arc ia Bee.ut mii.i aM that .ico raii-anfeaiae: ,
hU very extennlTe aal uecelnl pranlee ia San I ran, t
ri.N. he ha. lHe4 the frineltl r.ti.. la Hnrwe in-
.peetiii: .HMir.-niiy the m. t reaowne.1 iita!. aa
II. , (I
exreriei.ee l the m..t Irel m the ir. I
thebemlltfr m whieh he efferi tu all l neeU cfi
hi nrrvli-r,. llheunuitie Hirti,n. chnmhi eatnrth. ilU
nun of Ilie alomaeh ami Vulney,, liver fs.iolatnl., He..
i.neoe.ro ly ira'ei. xao..e n-aiare veiienajr ii'm nc
eiror. nail in.lieretl. ..f ywUh. nerveai weaVae..
ienl ami men'al debility, areawnred of a permanent ,
Me'rlT,WrtimU- AlT?rt$ v!y
A Kearny btrett, S. F
t0 Tilo TTiitortmiato I.
G23, Kearny Street, O. F.
KutnMUhetl inlS.M, for tte treat-
L meat of Sexual un.l Seminal IHiae
tfiieh a fionotrh.iert. Gleet, Strielure
j-iypliil.i in all )t foran. Seminal
! Mkiifi. imenev, Kin iJieae!i
Jelc perniaBently eureii, r ihi charge.
SE3I1 X A 1 . W E A K N ESS.
t n tit CflnprauFtirrs Ol nmiso. r
T..i 0l tAT Vif'
or ifimviti oxurI uniHtirfnw. u i
. - at - I. t .tl. ...-aa- r.. mm 1aa,a. lanKm
xtect"i.rp,iiirinir wiiii iiBerriBL'eeu.Hty the foluv I
inK-train .:f.mH...dSyn.pt..mS..ile l
entitle meilinil iiiramrej M: .Sallow eunuteaao.e; ilnrk ,
,iHit under ti.e evri.. pain in the head, rininnr t the
ear. nolne like the nwtlinff f leave ami rattliair i.f
rliariutJ. unenlnet ui.mi me khbs, neaKar.:- ... ae ,
11...1.. .nf.....l vi.i.. blunted inte'le.t. of ismfi.
denoe .llllldenee in appriwehmff Mranen. a .tlsllke to j
ft.rm iion-nraiialntanre di!"li'i t .him jiiciet y. !!.
,f m,rv.iirrtk.fl.i.ht. liiapteanail variauf amptiea
alii'Ut the "lace, ftured tongue, letl.l breath. .nhikIk. con
ntiiptiun. ni(lit fn cat. umnoiniiiiia ami fieijtieat lnan
,,y CTKED AT HOME.
I'erxins at a .liitniifn ruav be 01 KM) AT HOM1. by
aI.lrrliiK a letter to Dr. Gibbon. taUn,r eae. suii I" 11 wins u.o eariy, nor is U possioic XO get
Mini., leiietli time he dli.eae lia ismtimted. an.1 have tOO 1111111 V in It hill. You may not raisCUllV
inedleine. premptly fnrwanteil. -ree frTO .Umnce and tiling else that SCUSOn, where tllC Cat is plant
ruriixlty. lo auv part of the eooatry. with full and plain , f . . . , '
dlreotimi.. Ity emlpclnir Ten d.dlaw enla. In reirJi.tete.1 '", but 111 the meantime the Cat Will not
lotter thnnieh'tfee ivttBe r thrmnrli Well Farifo .t I have raised'auytliing either, and that is where
Co., a p.iekaj;eof niiMliolne will be 1-rwaHe.l Many part j ., nnn- , ,,r,.(i ; n-ol-lr,r..l
oftbeVnioiC Adilrw dr. J. v. OiiuiON, I H enormous proht comes in. Oakland
auplOwtd Hox 1,937. San Francisco. TrttUSCript.
Leu i IX Sivyer, in one of his many in
teresting article on Arizona, her mines and
uatural rwownt. has tho following:
whether located by one or mora nrn
ronits of 1300 feet in length, along a vein'
or lode, nltll 300 feet
on encii aulo of tlie
ilin itrtmu .,1..'....
miildlo ttF th vi .
. " ... .., " .
i the .mount of grouml locnted twenty-oms
Urn! a frartion acres. The claim must ho
' aufnami ir conspicuous mark, gener-(
;allya pil of nones, calleil a monument.'
! na IIacc! location mjtice or le -
' .li.niu.tM I .k- 'i ' 1.. - : . . . 1P
wcitiii-a i?i iiic iirtirvi-rTv i hu ..i;-..
t . , ' w '"B "'l","r 18 M)Wel UV
, "V 'rOUi .JO IO (JO darS MfCOnlillir to tit.
locality of the mine to have the Mine reir-
isten- l at the Culintr ramnlrV ,.tl1n.
;ot work mut be done on the claim, in
huwi u uy law. tverv
r mi im Atki.t l...un . . . . . "
.c name, n i me L.cator"
whk h vary a, greatly in character, a UJ"
tate or culture of those who dtriaten them
S otp'i un.l flat-man. i r '
i n "", t fiict, foreigncr
j fnerallT. with a nt4coti.mcJMUble mtriot -
ioi, ratxly deriate from some title that will
cotumemoiatc their native lands. Ameri
cans are noted for their eccentricity in min
ig uoineticUturi;trtev rort to all kinds
of nonsensical titles, such a., Hullv Bueno,
Way U", Tip-top. Th under, Turn Up, and
hundreds of others still more ridiculous.
(Ieu the IrheIlor remeinbers the "Girl
lu' U ft lKn'n, J"".' ! bestows her jmtro-
nyndc ujMn hi mine, hoping that it will
j rove as jfoo.1 as Jhe i.-. jliners are known
ly their mine, as much as by their charac
ters, and when they meet one another, the
mine is as punctually inquired after as the
health of the individual. You will hcur:
i "n ell, how is the Jlarv Ami J don. lm turn
, out well ? ia ber shaft fry? and how does the !
. htnnta aliow up?' "Oh she's cream solid: but
! I tell yun I've struck it rich on the Jane
Elza," and so on.
, The miners are doing thuir part noblv.
e"en exceetling the greatest anticipations of
the most sanguine miners, but this alone is
not all that the country i3 remarkable for.
There ore largo
"Taxing upou the nutritious grasee. Tlie
.nuns arc proline in trcrenis. roor men
have become rich, and I do not. to-day
with quite an extensive experience of s'ev
eral years' Mtjottrn in the westerti country
in all honesty ami tincerety, know of nay
country that presents tlie Hattering induce
ments to emigrants and others, especially
.lieu no nave tuie cajuuti on meir luiuUs,
as does Arizona with her wealth in mineial,
agriculture, grazing, and other resources. I
am well aware that there are many gentle
men in Milwaukee who have invested quite
heavily in mining pntjierty in Colorado, and
in many cases they feel sore over the invest
ment; hence, I know the difficulty that
would be encountered in trying to induce
those same gentlemen to go further, and to
seek a ranch richer lield for their capital in
the prolific mineral lands of Arizona.
arc on her lines, east and west, and it will
In but a short time until the snort of the
iron horse will be heard as it lleets from the
east, loaded with eottoh, rice, etc., which
will le dropjK-d in her territory, ami return
with the gold and silver, and vnriovs metals
from her bonanzas of untold value.
Lkn I). Sivyek.
t'KOM OL'U VlJKDi: COKKlWrOXIlKNT.
EDITOR MlN'EK : Possibly VOU will 1)C
interreete! by a word from the Verde. Our
cr of corn Iiml tablw thh scnsoh arc
looking finely, and promise a gootl yield.
n ,",, ,i. n .... i. ..
; etl long ago, and it came m full and heavy.
? lon nmI ,tmnc ,n f" 1 aml ,,env-v- i
,l c , ai -yi I
nerf, unit 1 mil inillltmr Willi VCgetailOU ironi ,
. . . .a..
L II lllOrili;. Kl aHUIIlP.
"C ncattll Ot
.1 . . ,
uus locamv is excellent. 1 1
think utuch better than most other .sections
- . , . ,
"' Temtorj ; in tact, such has proved to
' l,e case his present season, and our eh-,
',h:f ,TIW" l, S -
and not stall disagreeable or uiicoiiuortii-
tha: this is & fine place tor n home as any m
Arizona. But I cannot agree with Tourcor-
River who says: "no-
uhoro m unlittirnm are tKH.t.le so won iro- (
vided with homes wheie kind- of ceriais and '
fruit can !e raised " as at that place
! ""t' 'i .ISS. l,i
uvi i.ii igia it.-" ii.t in vu iiiu i.iav it nil nil
; newly settled Territories, or localities of our
ureat West. Increased expense ot
Increased expense ot provis
materials, freights etc., Inconvenience
ofsiow mails, thus
delaying com muni ca-
tiiii, etc. In general wc have not all the
advantages and pleasures of civilization and
society. Wc don't expect it here as in Cali- j
forma or the Eastern Mates until the iron !
rails have traversed our Territory, which we
nojw and expect will lie soon.
I dislike exaggeration in any form, and
thank Aseayer Kelley for remarks made in
a late number of the Minkk on this point.
But I was hitendiug to write a letter from
the Verde. People are well situated here,
plenty of deer in th" hills to be had for the
! hunting; plenty offish in the river, and of
an excellent quality, always fat anil seem-
igl v illiiig (like Barkis) to enter the frv-
. r. .. ,. r .
ing-au. O gO tO UlC MogoIloilS for tlir-
kev, where they are toiuid in abundance, i
ft,,,-- ,,..- r .1... ... ; ....
.i u uic t.uuu ueiui.giug on
the river are grazing among the pines, and
most excellent feed thev get. In regard to
',.!, ,i ,i "i . i
ther gllllie, dticks, qilail, etc., arc lleutlflll
here; the ducks IltlVO JUSt COlllC aloi)"' and
w'l' stay with us until March. One of the
Jordan boys killed twobei.ru
ago, and signs of others have been since
si.vn hereabouts. The recent rains we have
enjoyed have made the face of nature look
mor. cheerful with its green hills and
mesas. If it were not for making this
.sketch too long, I would speak of mining
interests near by, for wo have not been slight
ed by mineral wealth. Iu the course of
time you will hour of the Verde mining
district, and the Black Hills will resound
with the noise of machinery. Elmoue.
Verdo, Sopt. 2(5, 1S77.
Arnni' TJivti hTk.'r'ntM'iMi'ii F1V
ness letter innw John C. Loss it IJro.. Flor-
ence, dated Sept. CSth, they add: "Two
. , ,. rf j
the licit between the bilver King and bilver
one, ny tonneiiy uros.,aml the other
, i , i
"i I'tinOU .UUI
Bailey. The Lemon mine
IS Supposed tO 1)0 as ricll as the Kill',
T?.., no .sr. 1,1
VJ V".1- WSJH. in r lor-
once within twenty days."
I)r Dio Lewis, who is going into scientific
liortiniltnrf lm -wenrt .1i1w.1l tl
. ,t.,.. ...... i . .! .
I am King of nil, the poor, the rich;
Tho Klnp hte throne, the beggar his ditch;
At my Itched must h-e of hold.
Or "preto, cltHiige," whon lo! and bohold!
Tln King'x a lggar, thehoggar unthroned.
Now, eaeh lit hU fonner Mhio disowned;
Thim my ppps move hs I pull tho string,
Kor I nm .Money, and Money is Kino !
Ill Urn Autkuin' Kalli. I nmm vs'-im
l'or 1 hold the PHneo In mv good right hand ;
Of Minister, Senator. Memberi-nll.
1 1 tony them up, both grvat ami small ;
. . . ....
1 IH,-V malr niMiiiumi. metr Honor; in train.
I Tltev will all vrhavt thv mil thnir Snnl. in'
Ami their ompty live at my feot thoy Hing
j lt mI M,y 1. Kwo !
' I buv the love of u faithls wife ;
T buy the strok" of damper or knifo;
I buy the Judjre, the jury, the law
That will find for m a nnvnUent Hw;
i , , ,
And long and lotl
' . Aionev
loud will my pni'iMiH Nlng,
and Monev ia Kino !
They tell me of One, in a inangor born,
WhOMjllfo w-as humbio, ami marked with
For lie wa-f poor; and poverty then,
As now, wuh properly shunned by meu.
He talked to tho rich of tho "needle's eye,"
Of sinners in hell, the boggnron high
In heaven, where glorious angels sing,
And a mightier I'owor, than Monoy is Kino!
Strange doctrine this thnt the humble poor
May entrance llnd at tho goldon door,
And that hell will rucoivo the rich man's
While ages, in endlos eyeles roll.
If it's true, that monoy is linked with sin,
I'll buy me a Itlsltnp and pray me in ;
Then, surely, tho gntos will oien and swing,
Andwolcome me tho MoxryKinq!
l'rosoott, A. T., Sopt. 21, 1S77.
Tiik IIu.tsk.n's Brtuhn. John K.
Meftdor and E. S. Seed have returned from
slaying deer in tlie Bill Williams mouu-
t ,i! ti nvmn Tlinr m ntwrtrx in lun fntn lit trim ti.r
ing over that wicrd isnd that exact ol every
- J ! - 0
vouth who for the nr?t time penetrates the
gloomv fatness of its grand old mountains
ami majestic canyons, that he shall lor a
time lose his reckoning and wander for
season. Meador took his turn in a suow
storm last winter, and on this occasion
seems to have been exempt, and allowed to
sail along smoothly; but it is related of
Seed that he had to succumb to the inevita
ble, became a subject of solicitude to his
companions and a victim of fear for his
own safety. It is just jwsible that the
boys have set it up on him a little bit: but
they do say that when neof John Marion's
sheep herders was attracted by the sound i
of his voice, and lushed to his relief, under
the impression that a bear had attacKed
one of his comradeshe was sitting on a
rock with his rifle across his lap. a pistol in
each hand, a bowieknife behind his car, and
making the air vocal with the sound of his
voice. Lieutenant Stevens is still out with
Henry llrlert. Captain Henry and others,
and as this i his first trip, wc shall expect
to hear that he, too, has jmssed through a
similar ordeal, an account of which we shall
reserve until his return, in order to sec
which of the two fates has overtaken him,
as it appears that those of the boys who
have escaped being lost, have had to en
counter tlie other horn of the dilemma and
submit to attacks from white bear. Thi
has becu an eventful season among the ama
teur hunters in those mountains, but it has
educated them so t!:at hereafter they will
know the roies. Meador hands m a report
nt" fine .Iiht hiu) oil rovt as the troiiliim of
his prowess. The othe'rs probably did bet-
ter. but we have no record of their exploits
.;,i1 , , ,i AT.,.ln.t x.-oc ,wH
I111iaitl11.11UlI. I'llll .lilULHIIIO IIIIJ LtlllUIL
1 ia1 ir tlirt a u2c H? I t
Vll KttM pVJCI Kft III
of white bear in this
-i :. - i.:.. ,...i::.i
iniitiiic, miu ii ins uinjuii.iL-ii umiu
ion that those Dear-skins ail had wool on
ti whcrwipon John Marion immediately
fixC(l ftmi for his s,, w
Wo " wait fl,rt,wr developments.
THK WiuTUSR IX TUB Past. We hap-
' jieneil yesterday to pick up a weather memo
randum, kept by one of our neighbors, com
mencing in Mav 1874. and continuing until
Mann is. is union we copy ror me perusal
of tine who ar fond of keeping track of
The last snow of the season fell May Oth,
1S7-L and the first mow in the Fall fell
Nov. 17th, 1S7-1, aud ended with rain, which
continued until the 22d: then beautiful
weather until Dec. loth, when a slight snow
fell and continued until the 17th; then tine
weather again uutil the 2Gth. A violent
snow storm commenced on the 19th ot
March, lS7o, preceden by a heavy gale for
two or three days, and it continurd stonn-
ing until April Oth. A heavy rain fell May
21st. The next rain was on July 7th. A
slight hail and rain storm occurred on the
Oth, and a heavy rain with hail on the 12th
of July. More or less stormy throughout
August, and a violent rain storm Sept. Gth,
The first frost came Sept. Gth, and ice Oct.
2oth. A slight rain fell Nov. 2d, and rain
and snow on" the 27th. It sleeted on the
27th of December, and snowed on the 20th.
In 1S7(' it rained or snowed ,Iau. 7th and
21st, Feb. Oth and 2Sth and March 4th aud
Sth. There was a severe gale and snow
.. 1... n.t. ..r At 1. .....t .
siiuni ou uiu win a J ui, mm 1 lie ul
ot the seoson on tlie lUth. Km the 1 1th ot
March the thermometer was below zero. It
snowed again on the 14th
Here the record
A Camp Meeting LNTiicstAsr.-The Icth-
odists have been holdiug a protracted Cainp
mecting at Salt River, mio mile from PliQ.'
nix, which has proven quite interesting and
no doubt prohtable. in a religious sense, it
we are to judge by what a friend on the
ground writes to a friend in Prescott. He
seems to bo -quite enthusiastic in his de
scription of the excrriscs, and winds up in
language like this: It takes me back to
the memories of years long gone, when I
used to sit and listen to the woids of divine
truth as they fell from the lips of the
annointcd of the Lord. We are having a
warm time battling for the overthrow of
Satan's kingdom, and maeadimizing the road
to the realms of glory. Oh! such singing
and shouting, hugging and kissing by the
younger brethren and listers. It makes my
old mouth water, ami I can't help it. I
wish you were here. 1 know you would en
joy it. It is confidently believed by many
that the backbone of sin is broken in the
valley, and that tlie Devil has taken his de
parture in the direction of Prescott, and no
longer goes howling up and down these
everglades seeking whom he may devour."
The net profits of the Western Union Tele
graph for the quarter muting September 150th
wore $7112,000. A ilividend ot U.j percent,
has been tleclaretl, payable the l.th of Oct
ober. The annual meeting of stockholders
will bo held on October 10th.
INUIAX AXKOriTIKS IN "t1V .MCXXCO.
The following is a list of the killed ami
wounded by the Indians, in thnir recent
outbreak in Southwestern New Mexico, all
of which has Leon accredited to Arizona, by
not only the entire jreos of California, but
by the Citizen published at Tucson. The.
California papers arc excusably for herald
ing this unreliable and damaging informa
tion to the on side world, having received
their information through a channol that
would not hesitate to circulate any report,
let it be ever so false and damaging, if bv
so doing a stain could be cast oiuon the ad
ministration of General KaaU, who has
proved himself to lie an energetic, capnlile
oflicer, who cannot be controlled bv any
ring or clique, to which. U l.,ng the orfgina
tor of all the false bh about Southern Ari
zona being in a state of Indian warfare and
On the Gila James H. Guv. At New
sham's Bauche WLtiain HcClaren. At
Knight's ranehe Juta Yui!, Kurbajro Cos
tales, .1 uan Pacheeo. In the Barro Jloun
taius Jose Madrid, J( cta Madrid v Bar
gas, Evaristo Madrid, Santa Cru Madrid,
Manuel Ascarato, Prudouoio Chaves, Car
melita Yaldcz, Ulas Madrid, Juan Nanos..
On Upper Mimbrcs Robert Shacklcfortl.
At Knight's Ranch J. Coffee, Pefama
Lcona dc Beide. At Newsham's ranches
One man, name unknown. In the Burro
Mountains Manuel Chaves, Ismael Chaves.
Mrs. Gen'l Sheujian, ox Dancixg. .
This lady, who sjems to be taking every
opportunity to get hsr name into print, has
taken up the cudgel for W. II. BulofsOn in
defense of his "Dance of Death." Speak
ing of the waltz and round nances, she says
that her soul revolts against it, and that
very soon women of self-ruspect will blush
at it, and that public opinion will eventually .
drive it out of society. She adtla: ."The"!
advocates of this dance havc had their own
way long enough absorbing all entertain- .
ments sneering ujwn and ridiculing those
whoquictly decline to participate opouly
and constantly insinuating of those who de"-
cline it that they sro therefore evikminded,
etc., or quoting impudently and insiuua-
i . " , . l , '. aw " . .
i ngiy meir om weapon, u mi tott
Jf, anti tnrowing inenu-eives m men s
I rni3 to prove their own purity of mind."
The Bauy Gorilla. Frank Bucklaud
writes of his visit to Pongo, the baby gorilla,
at the Westminister Aquarium, England:
A little boy and girl luckily came in to sec
him while I was present. After awhilc'tlicy
both began to play in a childlike fashion
with Pongo. Gradually they fraternized,
and began to play together after the manner
of little children. Net beiug a child, lean
not enter into their funny sayings and do
iugs about nothingat all" So "these three, the
J little fairhaired boy arid girl and the gorilla,
played together after their own childish fash
ion for nealy half an hour. Pongo evident
ly liked the little girl the best, and I ::nade
her experiment on him with ornaments, -handkerchiefs,
etc.; but no--the ape's brain
could not understand the human. Pongo '
put everything iu his mouth, and-tried to "
bite it up. .... -:
III the Washington Star, of Sept. loth, wc- .
find the following complimentary .notice of
Governor McCormick: C- -
In the resignation by Gov. McCormick "
of his position of Assistant Secretary of. tho :
Treasury, we have the rather xnre instance -of
an executive oflicer f filch exceptional .
ability that both bis r.soeiatCa and the
general public deplore his lo?s lo the ser- .
vice. It has probably never happened be-
fore that an oilicial in so short a time made . -himself
so thoroughly a master uf his du-" .
tics, and so almost "indispensable to the
place. . v : . ' . ; . -.
The following is one of the many spuri
ous, contcmptnble, unreliable arid : dama
ging telegraphic reports that are" sent out :
and emanate from the office of the Amir in
Tucson: . " ' " .' : - -. :. .-" .
San Dikoo, Sept. 22.- -The CuioaVVpe- ;
cial from Tucson to-day says.::.. It is re
ported here that the furfy-scrcii Indians
killed last week were all women arid . chiK r
dron. If so, the situation is vrorsel- than -ever.
' . . V. .
Holiday Se.son. These ore festive days
among the Israelites. Since the .leg:"nn:ag
of the Hebrew New Year, Saturday,.- Sjpt. . .
Sth, there have been a succession of feasts .
every few days, with but two fasts within .
the time. The fast of Gcdnliah occurred-ott
the 10th, and that of Yomkippur on the,"'..-'
17th. Yesterday, the 2Stb, was the feast of
Hoshaanah, and to-day, tho 2tUh, that of .
Shcmineu Atzarcth. To-morroW, Septem
ber HOth or 7VArre 23d. will occur the. feast
of Simchas Torah. .. .- - '
John W. Yocno seems determined that "
the bigamous reputation of his family shall
not suffer iu his hands. He has fully deter
mined to commit thereroltingcrimeof mar-
rying his father's stepdaughter, and the cere- -mony
was performed a few days since. .
Young some years ago married n lady in
Philadelphia and renounced polygamy, if
not Mormonism. Tins lady has left "him .
with a portion of their children, but Young;
will probably find no difficulty it skirting .
harem now that he has begun.
New York, Sept. 14. The Tribune says: .
Brigham Young's mother, now OS years" of
age, is living at Martiusvillo, Indiana. Her
faculties are yet bright. She i in very
humble circumstances, and dwells, with .
some bitterness, upon the fact that her son, :.
who had so greatly prospered in this world's
goods, should have forgotten her. leaving
her to an old age of penury and want.
'Before we were married,,, said he, to ft ; ,
friend, " she use to say 'by by' so sweetly '
when I went down the steps." "And now .'
what does she say?" asked the friend. Oh ! . .'
just thesame exclaimed the man ''buy buy,'
Ahl I see, said the other;. "she only excr- . .
cises a little different 'spill' over yuiv'-
Our agreeable friend, Charles A. Johnson, i
recently of Colton, has been appointed Pos- ".
tal Clerk on the Yuma train. The force is "..
now composed of 3Iessr Hamilton. Gili and -Johnson,
three excellent and energetic young; .'
men. They will commencerunningtlirongh.
to Yuma next week. Los Angelo Kepub
lican. . -f
Portland, Oregon, is G70 miles from San ;
Francisco, and the fare by steamer is $. .
Los Angeles is only :$9 miles distant from '
the metropolis, yet the steamer faro is $15, ".
and the railway fare $2:5. exclusive of incid-. ,
ciitals. Los Angeles Republican.
A popular clergymen in Philadelphia dc
livered a lecture on '"iboU." The tickets to
it read, "Lecture on Fools. Admit one.'
There was a large attandance. - ...