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i:aili:oaus in i hi: i Mna status.
Wonhehs of I'oMroisn Ixtkukst. One suiutKXDint oitiii:i:z iuuci:s.
' cent placed at compound interest nt tliu be
er ginning t ( the Olnistiiiii Era, at jier cct.
(ion since 1813. It's ercu-imas.w-v-
Our dispatcher dated Fort Henton
1- rom an article in the September numb
7 - ..I. - i i i .i hi iiHi iit it HtriiTlllft v inil nr inn l.ii ,iii twit m ti ii it u ikitir.ntitc Ia n i itl ni in MnlAli.iK I - . . . .
. . -a- - ...w .. (... ........... ...v.i...,o ... .. ... viiouu, cmcasro ltltli show that josup i uns 11,31 , v , 7 B ,i. rniifornia thentre, wnciv
FRIDAY. OCTOBEK 1 IS77 ,u nercsting iacta concerning the mil- 1844. AtJ.jpercent.it amounts to 100 , ,! ' , ..,. Hoar's J0""10'1 to lh,e m Jo mis of cheers, tho
--"lllJl road history of the United States": in September! 1817. At per cent. it ! sur.-cmlerccl to General 31 ilea near car s wvrogrcetcd nt,iSng Through
OH1 ... The tirst iron railway, built in the United 1 amounts to $1,000 in December, 1S49. At j Mountain Montana, with hi c" " ; ""'jw' l,,aInb , r i
Offleuu lapor of nvapai County, states and the only one inopcmtion in 1S27, . 1 per cental amounts to one million dollars m'nl- This of course olos tho c i - C oonM i. 0ct. ,.The General Land
" were the road at Quiney, -Massachusetts, to j in June, 1S32. At '2 per cent, it amounts to j 1"" SMMt the roneide :Nez I crees, nflic L htisilonded all entries made under
JE3viXr,f,n-Sa.?ffmi"iit-t tnu,sI,0lt pranile from quarries to tide one hundred trillions in June, 1801. At ft h's the soldiers ol General Crook an vi lit . i j wU jnvcstigute
St water nd Matui, Chunk rl.ad' to carry coal J percent, amount to one omtr'todccillion , Terryus depajniente to g, h ontne Moffi. of tU.t , f -
tut orrfm - au.i ctt,nU to en oti.tr from the Summit minis in l'eunsrlvRiiiu to . April, 1S0S. attention to the iioux. hat w ill be uwia "' unaninioiulv resolved to-day
ZiXZ'''mki'arn'itiirifoo landing on the Lehigh river. Uoth Mr. Editor, these calculations are true to with Joseph becomes n question ; T j 'teifeic with the vassago of traius
Z1 i were short and operated by horse-iH.wcr. ' a cent, and true to a second, and now a few Interior DopartinciU will probably liiwo to , not to '"J, atl Vunul( ut leave
, " Tlic llaltmorc & Ohio railroad wss in j)ro-! words to show the mighty power of numbers "1 wt,1l MJ tl,l,.v ,,,tl m,Jlu' c,lK;' r. tw , i. iter for Coures to settle. This u a
tiikmin. !ee of construction at that time, but noth- to enumerate. One per cent, interest of the These were sent Rut and placed on
3l.inngenterpn in the nnoua districts railroad. 1 three hund.ed decillionsot d.dlars. A cubic "'7 V''uve,,1 "f,,s,vw Dhl'hUm J Ib I.U
liave assumed a formidable shape, and work J The first railroad built in the United font of gold weigh 120U pounds, and is and we think Joseph and his non-treaty al- Sau "ciseo. Oel. J'l wheeler has
of a telling character is being prosecuted 1 States to be operated bv steam, was that worth sav U30,0iH). The number of cubic should be disposed ol in the same way. Svlim
ou manv of the lodes. ! from Charleston to Hamburg, in South feet in the earth, is fortv sextillions, and if T,w 8rent ,'o1 for $S,Hlto bo !
iiuia, which was cnnnercti .lanuarv .-sutn
l was soh.l roIu. would uc worth lourtcen
octillion dollars. The above interest for
one second of time, would bo worth more
than twenty million globes of gold as largo
as the oarth !
Mr. Editor. I am willinu to stake tnv ron-
- ri i.. ..... t. ii i i . ,!.... . . " . f.
trikc at the bottom of a 125 foot shaft . ' ,", "H? roan nni inrneii o.auon umii me uorrecine oi tins reMilt,
Tlio Tin-ton Comtianv lure snmp tlfiv i ?:
mcn,dl told, making developnieiits-sucii j WThe first locomotive en-ineexweanstruct-as
running tunnels, sinking hhafts, etc., and j cdjin tho United States, wits the "llest Friend"
their brightest hopes have been more than built at We-st Point foundry. New York,
realized, during the last few .lavs, in the : "m,cf t,ie (lnwll0il r l' Miller, tor the
v;m. ctr?i ti... i.i... r o 1.V-. .i...r. I Charleston A Hambnrg road, nml turned
1 , . , ' , 'V " - ; i out ""',w 0. 1 1 dl excellent and challenge anyone to disprove it
trim, wltii-h lnv- linvrt f uk-ii nn ciilnl fluml-o ' . . ... i .. o J j . .
" : "J , ami regular worK tor one vear, when it was ! lm Gazette.
of pure silver. It will not be long before exploited bv an ignorant nejrro fireman, who !
iiicMiu n.niM.L- ui an engine iimi is to ; sat on tne tever ot the sattv-valvo to stop Toil Scott's Pkogkamme. A Washiu
iiropcll batteries, iwnsaiu all the vaiiousma ; the noise caused bv the csca'mnir tcam !. , m, . "
,),;,,.,,... ...morfMii in.r m m .ni'irtv milt -!H I... 1 i i..,. . km : "CI,1,,,,H 5lTO,,u , ton special sns: The Ttixas-Pucitic peoiile
ctnneri, .ippertaining to .1 quartz mill will lie j In .lanuarv, 1S32, uiittcen railroads had 1 . 11
M. II. M00NEY,
31 E It CHANT T A Ft 031,
A hrr Att Vt L"' ti,n,
wtiKCorr, a. t.
1 . , .1 i. ,.. .1... ...I.!va
nine a id wen iiisooscu towarus uiu miw .1
and if these malcontents can b toinovod "vv-aigtoii, Oet.O.-Vrlvuto Infomiatloii
from them there is not likely to be any I hoWl4 ,imt tho uprihignt KUMo, Jwa,
more trouble in tnai quarter.
Sash, )oor &
Dross Suits, Business outts, tu.rr rJEW M A Chi
JUJ Ut onwr, w "-- iv, m ore I'ltjwtJ tofarat,,
a ouoioii stock op Door-. Sash, Jili(A.
XKW ItO.VHTO THK ClU.Oi:.IIO.
The Miller Urothers have jut complotcd
an excellent, easy grade, wagon livad from
Gilson's ranch to Scat'.erville on the 1
IN mill ill" !- . : I ,
was not 01 an iineriwu"" -;
grow out of infrltiKeinent of northeri iwrt'w
on sail mlnea bJloiiKlng to Mexlnui rosl-
thlntgo, .Oct. " "". , t--
ton ihow tnai mere rri;"
tho .Mexican bonier of Iwiw. fho -Mexl.
eitii authorities havo ttirmtd loose "
r (air., i.rml.
LOVE LL & CROUCH,
Tin II.-Jut for trti-fi:- a lm. C iiV
Hilt, ir imj-, aam '"'""
heard in the valley of the IJIack Canyon, a ! been constructed in the U
and have aunoiinc
United Slat..' will. I I,nve com ollt definitely, 11
inining district tat coming into promiiiutice ; an aggreirate length of 1.40 J miles. In 1S40 j tn'r canidate for the Speakership
"SlM lfi who,,, cxtnuliilo,,
Santlv, in 3lohave conntv, and the rodents ! ,eiuisitlons were out and drt-K-anioi 1 01
T " 1 f 1 ......... K ti trtit MtkH 111? tit (111-
leroni ioi,ius on mi? -" .
. .7. ... . 1... .....li.ir- nrnr In
of the McCmckin country are ojieniiu
e-! intervening spare, on to the Great Colorado, , 5111 now tnm
This 1 which brings I'roeott within l8.Tmileol nav-, ,llt, ,.t,,10fai..ovirinnent.
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTING.
OnAtN'lXO AND OLOW1SU.
Paper Ilangiui? ami Cnlcimiiiin
ClJOTII CltlMNH V Sl'HCIATY.
ranker aw wt vrj-
-aAii Worlt Ciiimnnti.il.wS3
sider the imMrtance of J lug having arisen regnrding an W l"lr-!
facilities of working their ore, taking out to l.r.00 miles, and in I860, it was nearlv Texas-Pacific iieople are here after a subsidy this new thoroughfare, and conign Iheir : In bol
JO OHO ,or innntli Wn nnnciilnr .I.,,;- C I in linn T.. 10-n J. . t nl'LIIIIUHMin tl...- ,.f..cc flm fni'1it to Millar Ilrntlioiv IV liO rt III corn's- . U MOr IS OUl III nw?. . . l i. J.
. 1 - uim.") 111 ioiu, 11 was u,uw 11UK, ,v,..,v.v.. ...... ....... .., r. . ' : i.mi i-.vlnvvlntf llin fitew 111 1110 ease,
cihtius poor fr.mi the fact that all the ore :,nd iurolved an expenditure of SSOO.OOO. -' Iiavc c i"uence of the Administration to pontlenco with the Hailroatl t omjwtiiy, ir- ; . , Wft ,m,jv to miicvo Morton of w n X3 rn r A T. 7. "PI Tl "V
li.ia to Im imrki-il out mi imiliw In tlmip OOil I., icro . l. . . ..:.i : ...i Iiflii thim on in lllf rlii.iiii. Tlmv iiiiiimir. ninL'ltlL' lor till' etaltl,siimeilt Ot a llt'W tOWll , r.i..n.. wli mim. sliiuilil llll ntllWl I X74. it v - "" "
..... ... - , - - viv.-.. in 1. 1., 1111 ajjir uriaiiiiiii iilil.'9('i --- -i-i---n - . .. . ,. wwui ui hiihj mv".. .
but quartz mill, thirtv miles from the lead, : in railroads in the United States was ;? -' ',ol" - Goinle, of Virginia, as their canidate, above Aubrey and the landing ot Prccott Washington, n,,d claims that It was oui
and over a rousrh conntrv. This however 1 on.423.0o7 whose irros revenue amounted ; s'"1 cl"im that thev will be able to elect him. ireight thereat, we believe good can I laid jnstieeand humanity oil ma iri.
down from San Francico to this place for! J'MlaUolpliia, uei. y.-i u ico e
AU Orders Pr,
I l'I'l III ill UtlllllMHVIIIt a
as one of the richest in Arizona. ! the vearlv averain of tailrn.nl pnimtnietimi ' comes from those who orotess to know Tom : igtttion. Iftheiuen-hantKMiulutliersoforth- itidtanaiMilN, Oct. V. A liiUuiKlersiaiiti
1 he Peck Company are. with their noor ! w-as ."M)D milt- Tn i.so bcott staiK lor the Winter camnaiL'ii. The 1 ern Auzona will con.
will .soon be done away with as they have
opened a wagon road to their mine and have
succeeded in landing their new mill directly
on the ground where it i to be erected, and
in a very short time the rumbling sound of
the buy stamps in their work of reducing
the ores from the celebrated Peck to a state
of purity will erect the car of the miner, J
to .$173,24 1,W3.
HOW rOsT.HA.NTKi: K HY STANDS.
Postmaster Ivey. on his Southern tour with
the President, made several explanations
with reference to the phrase "erring breth
ren" in his Heinmin:rtou stieerh, for which
prospector or others who may chance that j he has been severely criticised bv some of
This scheme is only a second edition of Un
original plan of securing a l'epublican or
ganization of the House formed in the
Spring. Tlir Southern men are really mas
ters of the situation in tho Hoii.c, ami arc
limply able to secure Goo le's election, if it
win nelp tne lexas-racihc project.
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six cents per pound, whereas it now co-Is ' Sorvlea oineers .nave arn vcu '
'i . ...... 1 j'wts. two notorloua eouiiterfeitcrs, wun a
IS qilllC ' ..ii . ......i.r ,, i..,,.i,,,,iiw
The Turkey deck mines are receiving
their share of attention: work of a character
that indictcs business is going on steadily,
the ores being packed awav awaiting the
Ont Titoors in Mnxtco. Fort Clark,
(Texas), Oct. 1st. Col. Shaffer crossed the
Uio Grande veslerdav, with COO men and
the bouthern naners: but he look nothinc
back. He cited, in nroof. that the rebellion
was an error, the facts of the cau beins ! two Galling guns, to extricate IluUis from
lo-t; that slavery was aM)lishtHl, and that the ' I"8 position. One thousand Mexicans left
Confedrate States were saddled bv the war! PiedrasXcjrras to-dav alestination unknown.
tdvent of niachincrv wherewith to reduce with enormous debt". I No collision ha been reported, but it N
it. The 3Iasterson null i already here and ! At a Imnquet given to the President
no delay will take place in its erection ty in Lvnchhuri Va., Mr. ICev siKtke
when all the rich chlorides will in turn be ' ame vein as at Chattmooga, ltt cbiinir his j has been reinforced and eight companies of
reduced. remark lie said that whetltei he was called ; front, are now in Mexico. General Falson.
a Democrat or not: he desired to 113 consit
from ei"ht to twelve. One
cvideHt that merchandise can be freighted
over this new route from thu Colorado for
three cents per pound for wagon trausjwrta
tion. This route will also benefit this section
materially in giving our lumber merchants
sun Knii'ii-l-co. tet. . Four hundred do-
jiosttors of the J'loncer Savings Ilank held a
ineetingnt tho Moristntilo Library Hall, and
upiointed a committee to investigate atlairs.
Great distress is known to exist among many
deiKisitors who lost their all. Warranta are
oiiliurtue arrest 01 r . t. uuncatti nim j. v.
The Hlack Warrior is one of the brightest
constellation in the way of mines in the
county and is being developed by home
capital, and the gentlemen who so nobly
stepped forward and lent their means for
this worthy object are realizing a handsome
thing, as they certainly ought.
Jn Uradshaw the same glowing accounts
,1. commanding the Mexicans at Piedras Xc-
ered a friend of Presid. nt Hayes adtniiiis-; gras, has ordered his officers to keep on the
tratinii. He had probnblv attended more 1 trail of the Americans until thev rccross the
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t-aoinet meetimrs titan anv othtr niinlT. nver.
T . . . 1 m ,
ami no secret-" i me aitmintstration were
kept lwck from him. At noncof these meet-in-,'
had he heard an unkind word siKikeu
about tne iMHith
.New York, Oct. 2nd. Letters to the
World from the Citv of .Mexico sav the
opinion is becoming very gene nil there that
trouble between the United States and Mex
ico soon is probable, and consequently some
..u; e .1 .-
Some orrurences in the
come 111 to u lrom the numerous miner i botith ban ;ivcn a trnod deal of (rouble.
emnloved in the work itf examining liHture-" i There was the Kv-iuiter inassaerv iit Mississitioi ! militarv officers are uniforming the calibe
v.. - , . t 1 . .. .. . ' 3
vaults ot mineral. 111 1.11 1 irotn every ev- 'i mu resisianre 10 me revenue oinccrs 111 mvu nuns
lion of the county the :enoit. arc most fa-
vonible. Xew diseovenes are rejiorted daily
ami some ot a very high and valuable na
ture, all of which has a tendency to make
our future outlook bright and encouraging.
11:0.11 thi: ri:t'K.
various localities; but these were looked upon
as local disturbances, and not indicitingany
dispositson on the part of the Southern peo
ple to fail in the respect and obedience they
owexi to me general govcrmetit. The
marks were well received.
The Southcnt Indiana Methmlist Confer
ence, sent a deputation of Ministers to call
upon Senator M01 ton on tho 2oth of Sep
tember and presented him with a series of
resolutions expressive of the high estimate
111 wlueh tltey hold the Senator's services to
t.i.n .... 1.1 i.
, me cuwi.ri, . tie received tiiem Kiiitllv, ex-
Mr. lloberl Archer came in to-day from j All the old settleis of Y&vanai conntv urn I pressed crat irratitimtion at the visit and
the Peck, and from him wc glunu the foi- j acquainted, mote or iev, with lite history of ' dc,ltre? ln.:U m,t,,inK !,0l lr,, 5,0 '""ch toi
, . . tuuei nun in his Hinicuon. uei'. l)r. .cw-'
an excellent market for. a large amount of , ,...,, fr vr um of Mif. h,tosk Moek.
lumber, which can be freighted to that sec- j uut no clue has lieeu obtainoil as to their
tion, as back freight, at reasonable rates, j whereabouts. JCofaht, cashier of tho lwnk
and sold nt a figure that no other channel Is also missing.
can compete with. It is tho dut v of all to ! The business of tho Safe Deposit Coininnv
try and encourage this new move. . l u on ns,m1' no iMortenuco with
- - 1 The failure of W. T. Duncan wa-s atinoun-
Wnshington, Oct. 2nd. There was .-.large cod in the i'acilieSlockKxehaugothis morn-
crow d at the Exectutive 3Ianiti to-dav. in- An oxecutlvo ineoting was Held to con
eluding several Congressmen who called to
COT.TR2 ST, NORTH Or C0UT IJOCSE,
PREscorr, j. t.
Oniix mj p., -
Aubrr 6txet.. lTtt
!,....L . --vajWF
ot iKimimc matwr. '
now rrcrt u tumUh
pay their respects. General Crook
interview with the President.
siilarllio mattor, fho nroeeeilincs nrivata.
Dtiuc-.tu is reiorted $HU,000 short.
Sau Francisco, Oct. 10. Mining stock
closed to-day as follows:
Curie ilc Vi.iile, Iniperinls, Vic
toritia and tJxlO.i
A irf. AH wrk ieitl In Hm'.-uJau. trl. A
Coe miurtwot f
Stereoscopic Views of Arizona Scenery
AIwrvii on film!. lcwni.rl.lBff f IVxtrott awl tWd
lr. Oi-. WMpf l. Vrnfc mm! JtiDTH. VcrJ-VnUry,
luatniUHi' wK Stvnrman'n IM. itaMil ilwiatalM,
Tntrt !taln. Att Hntm: lttn Cm VIp. C
j-t-vi-w, ,f MWhtii. MMsr Ctaltn. iTW. M
cblnerr. Ho., imI i rfef on lnrt aatier.
mjlilf D. F. MITCHELL.
niti lowest ifr
i r n ... .
1 hb inn hzt ninaiwi 7Li r
II.. finest My of fimWlsr.nJSJJ'f'.1
I'xtH.Mt. Sar. 19, U73.
Host it Belcher.
malcoui p. GAittutMJ- rasK a. vxuke
CA5IPBELL & PABKER,
CARPENTERS & JOIIN'ERS.
E?SH OOOfiS AND BLINDS -13
Aladn to Ortlr on Shortest Is'otlco.
SPECIAL TO TIIE MUTER."
AU, Valley 50 j
"f. "f J CARRIAGE AND WAGON WORK,
U'S HolnioiH 1 00
iikatii or rxri.it .iohk jmllkk.
''row n Point.
Gould A Curry
i Kit Patch.
. fii" Hollo
10' i Prize..
Uh G Chariot..
. 0 'Julia
lowing in regard to the movements in that j the man whoso name heads this sketch, and
The frame work for the new mi
the direction ot .Mr. .Mec, is progressing , , . ... .
rapidly and wd soon be con.pletwt. 1 he ; ,is Myo
litaciiiiiery is an h:kici uii itc ;ij;iis hi
i matt, of WVIiingtnti, ncconianicd them
j who died at Jlilltr's ranch .a the 10th iiM.. I and Hbhop Haven, wli.) was unable to at
ill, uiiiter , jarjlv5i. with which he had been alilic-. twitl iu person, sent an autograph letter.
miiiU'l C. cumo lirri' uilli tli W'-ilIrr u.rir i AiNiraskit inimiirrnnt im&nI tlir.nw.t. l.;u
cd- themiMe ' i ?n Xf nA , aftt?r lin- lhro' ch city yesterday, on th-ir return to Indiana.
Water has been' struck at a depth of '20 : J" 8 ' J. aM , "? .'r ,;:r,,,ht Jh.y had sutfered cv rything, and were in the
fect to sum.lv H the demands for lunuinsr ! f01 1 mi h?fcVn V,lh"i; th? t5e,.c: Ia of destitution. The man had
the mill, which we consider the most in- i .T,T ' U ,oaM?l' It with nine of his dogs,
importttnt object. a man v of our mills are ' ' 5 ,V ' ' hm"1 f
idle for want ,.f this neiW-ary article, ith-1 UV , i . ! l.T . Xvi ..d tattings, dhe refused to
out which tnachincrx cannot W i :i"M"ft ' ,nIS". ,w M. . ' f acb hv cn"n: t tho wagon because, she tenrfull v
New York, Oct. 11. Tho World' W-h-
inton sjecials say that tho Spokerlifp Is
narrowed down to ltattdall and Goode, with
chances in favor of Handall,or a Northerner
will ho Speaker.
Henry Moiggs died in Lima, Peru, Sept.
Offi snfti.llillf. nftlin I.r-. in Hi, .-tie l..t.-
- r; - " - - .....j -" - 1 . . ,
three months, and hatl three .strokes of twr- j overni'a'iV
a,-VJ--s- I Sierni Nevada."
A 1-ort Hentoit sieelal says Gen. Iloward, Lnion Con 7VPyton
with an escort of 17 men, arrived from iho'Jy?." ll?i Ward
battlefield, this morning, where Joseph stir-, if"?"; J,,uJ'ot T.n,Ja"-r:
renderetl to Gen. Miloii. He thd not attenint .MotiitnintiijL. isk-n.w-
toasiumecomntand. J fircenbaeks KKQOS. Gold IW.'siivc'r W
Tho ontrciichments occupied by the In- j discount,
dians consisted of ltt) rille-pits. which com- j
muiucaicu witit caeii otiior. 'Hie squaws
fought by the sido of thu warrior.
ban 1-ntneiseo, Oct U.Ulhnmi ,t
3 10: also
......A 00! Archil ect lira i IruviH?s, Work
..".. ife 34, inc Plans & Spccilicutious.
12 i Scattettt Cvsec of tie PU Kwtieut Graer of
1 J" ' CortM tni Owdcia tUeH'
...... ay --
Two and one-half wrfu. gnm
..IS New York-
.. 5. Monumental
" . ' Hvl "ul ini: wiil, wecitise, sue tenriuilv
Hrick-kilnutrebein- bttrneil, and more " . " 1 . ' , '",",",c" ' '"' e 1 'resnleut of the Woman's He-
men are being employed than at anvother" ' ... : t .:; .T . V , . . , . : ' "eI icty, her tilter was noarly three
tunc since the disom-ny of this mountain of .. . . , , "
Silver by -Mr. J'. G. PeiL, jn 1S7.. The!
Coinnanv have recently itut ciy or eiirht 1
Mr. Miller wes Iwrn near the close of the
tuuniiis out oi siyie. llawKeye.
me oranii Jury ot Salt Lake county,
CO., Mil T pn ...v tl rtt
.tnA.. ,.l..n.. i. t , .. . I .Hiurtrt mm, ton. s.
"Viiiu.i 11. wimii.i mm ii I III I II 1 1 13, liave IttliCU, j
Gen. Crook left Ontnhn yesterday for Ited (
Cloud and .Sjwtted Tail Ayntieies to superin
tend tho removal of the Sioux to the new !
reservation on tho Upper Missouri. .
Loinloti, 11. Chovkt Pashn made a jum-l
tion with Osimtti P.tshn,
RESTAURANT, BAKERY & SALOON,
tint tmSlUf tuttth f the MIS EI! OSet, 1'rr.oHt.
iVcw House rs'cw Evcrj'thlng-.
Th i:EiJ(4h:ed Nnt retfmtfclty Id&iw tb pnMtr
Ojat bU stt plMw. n-Mck ittaiMi on ttav rata of hr
UHog rrccutlr dtMivyed. by tl nw ecn for tbtlr
cimmiUlio. m4 ttmt t iritt herfltmtti tm fell thetr.
G O O I) 15 R E A I) ,
Five Loaves for Unr. Dollar.
PIES, CAKES, ETC.
J. J. Jllltr. a n.tlr of Sun ry oo.mtj. X.lrth rjaro ' JSSl L-.u
ana. .ctd . j-rr nnd 2iUy.
To all Whom it May Concern.
WnutlHAS: Oil thn ?h?ml iln- nf A t
w ithout serious I the Peek Minim Cottinunv 1.1111,.,.
lighting, conveying supplies to Plevna. covenant and agreement with one Juines
Washington, Oct. 8. Att'y-Gen'l Devlns'
Patterxott, as follows:
THE S A LOON
SAar.Kill, tr.ti is hut Ibi-j? Tt
ilttls of 81178, E2Er3Ei2 i.
PLAIKEE, 1 1 prtW Sri
uzkt, to W ill CTiZ?TL:,
Casings, Mouldiifs, wtfe
In diert, KTwjtUBci. qt j
iron the coxs-itr
Terms Cosh on BtferM
All orJirr wnt by mttl, or &i4 W'
Prectitt. will rcciT rtoart uSm MM
PrtKutt. May Cr. 1BT5
Wilt lna)- fx fcaml well ilcrkra xrtth prfttv pvod !
Urink&blrft ium! fMr. t v- 1 1 , tt 1
. I 1 . A A tm
1'rrfCtt.o Ariiuaa. I)i-onWr23, lciil.
U'l TI.L' IntlirriWd If. t in . ....... I .. o.l-r ..r. .. v.. A 1.
.lll'll til lirilWIW'tl!!" tllfir 'lOlllllI volltll ill tlW .. - . . . -' ! .... . I tali. ..IVl? ImOII IMO.liirdli'n,, tl, , ii , . 11 "Ynn KIIOW il IIIIUI IV I IAU nninl.. Il,i I. !
1 1 ------ r- It irf.llirtl mnni Ilium tlia.. ii.i..r: ..." - ' ...11 ,nu u, . vjl V.U l-l nr n imiietUllCV HIT LIK I Kdliirl imi.if nv . . ...y. i'.i.ih.i mat lb IS
discovery claim, and entertain hopes M ; j.,, jjV-taken that h'ises .luring the past liseal v,r. twSlTVr VM?8,H!,I bv and l-
finding the lead equally rich on tho extcn-, !l " ' , "l. . 1 " , e -f nmen , .; - .. , . Sau I'mnckco. Oct. m.-t!ic manager of f WH,"1,,H' pH'k "dng Company a corivii-a-
t i..V i ....n...i .i: t several new stttcs and terntones and , rties lrom all over tiie Lnion and from ' i,n tir....u.. i i ...i , ,.':.,"n,mi'tr or Mion, duly incortioraled iiinler tho i Is
sa-aas . w.c u.s.. , Iwl m 5a h , t .t(f q . . .Vrizo.ia on the one hand, and jimc iVtio
ir Vn..w!,,fi.r,-..-H.Ht Mrencov rt:lfttions of which he has ever maintained fa'J r his clerk, I). IJrockholt at quired lo-day, and the wltlilioldiSof ahl ''rT1 f al county, !Ul Terri
JIr.ArcheriuloimUsthatMr.5IcLoskc tlc MputHtioq of a man of the sirictet in- Snlt Lake, and receive teir decree pf di-, tepended upon, forces tho tank K lVjt,?,l,i?ol,,er,ia,,d'M
,s taking ore from the l)oye whichishard . I , vorce by return mail. V,vardsP0f three Tlip1 assets, om.sistlngof SB PatKn,
1 r M ' nV' l11"- " ? t'"" r ' T: , ave len thus fraudulently gran-1 5 aTV W'- lbilili arc to er " i, ' he Vmm KriJ vHn" f 2fa.l,,on
of the Black A amor, under Mr. Hams j Mkiwos t.ik Khukmieko ilo.vt..-l). te,l within a year. A fee ,,f course ictom-! ,;-, 'WK,'1 irTtms "f maeK
imutagctnent. j S. I.usk. who is prospecting tho Moreno . panics each applition whioh makes the , V' "K 1 't'0 f,,,I,iro of,t,, rioneor n'"lrtatlon to the Peck 12
ever since the advent ot the pioneer to (l flml . c. thirtr-llvT mile from probate busing ipiite protitable. n 0,1 ,tho r where Mch 'n mchCy
the lonelv hills ot our conntv, which arc !,.-;,.. , . f. ot iiao the lightest cileet uikui and merchandise hall be lnn!Ml to iTn i.!?
lilled with the precious treasures, has min-1 l-l'rndH-rg nds he billowing Herns by ! nvrx7n nui n . r i uV r of tho after designated bv the Peck M i ntTcom"
ing matters looked so bright, bile men in ' illc " " : M- 1 ;l"J"r Ikn ' ' ' M U' Al1' 11 rV, .,, Unnra , n . , r;any, am? the said Palter,, A" li fe en .
ihc mouutttins are arce. and only thought lfx from bono.na Coutity Cal.for- geles Mar to ickcrs & Paynter. Vickers luTolafMl IS lof-w,vo 1,1 lye for suel tnms.S
ufassomehig of the past by-gune duyj! ! wjtanicil Mr I.k fm San ; ,1M !ong becn tho ,ocal of tlc Md JJJ" J SeKt-fiHit-Tat SdliT1 S
tF : ry a proprietor othc Even- 1, 0?
W""K1 TCW"Arfl' ,:TC- complete n the way froui.San Knmefsco ,S "f 1? ramcnt pf tv v b Hock is Jt ftS SnSh"1' H cSu
Lieut. Glv fe anxious (?) to riyp any rfk shaft and run.t tunnel on the .Moreno. I J 1 Ltw,,:;, n anvln ! , ? l,0W f1" 'V. 1,10 ,,Mlrk,Jl " It !!.d .10 ?S R1
comt.laints that re or mv other rmrticH mav I "" SN wathV I will know whether we , " . VviJ ,? ,! 1 n.n Journn"; , rumored on tho stre.Ls to-day thai the int- against said PatteWo Vn.l il J C hur&
complaints tnai re or .ui outer imrties may , , l!it we ever encountered." It is rumored mediato cause of tho disaster is to be attribu- diligence thai) a 1 ,1 il ,aU ""i0
have to makcagtunst tho tnaiutgor or employ- j J j ; I'j J 1 ' " ' that he has a Government commission in his !1 to the fact that the Utttk has btM. "a, - JXtSiS fen i h,?,
rorthe pue of giving those who fel ffiS ! Sln horofofor.
.notecornerwe piesunmh,, will hardly be Lh;. Lake City o the ild, for the hanging itiottiid the bank, lliodqors of yhich rrc,thuiffin ,
troubliMl with eontplaints frott. tbl, nation. , X 7tV a id w 1 t e i riun in- within 1 s m-llt. JIt really arrive,! ' V is ' A "0 - ' W. 5lS l"8
,r 1 t . 11 .-.t e i a. 1 .1 1 1 'pi nt miming w ltiun 1 m iith of September but hiir. H- suspousi m I? posted on tlio floor. Seal Peck aiixuvo coViv ' s,crtt'r.
lie k undoubtclly cognizant of the fact that thirty days. They mean bus.ness. ,.,, .... . .. ,rin ' P "'crr' 1 Columbus, Ohlo, Oot. lO.-Tho Domoerats 7 f1'
wwn, OUAL. 1
THE i ) I .V IV .V
BAR A.ND IllLLIAKD SAT.onv
. i "7
Mcntcxumn Btreet, CgmerGarley f JffilCff ffWJS
the largest and Best Saloon
LV XORTIlEASTKttX AIUZO.XA.
J. C( CRANE. rVflltor.
" ' " - " -zk
" .S.Z'T SALOON."
Fine Liquor & Cfeai Nqpot.
Sold by BotUc, Quart or GaUon.
n GriuAte tirt.
and in Uct k fan uaMi
now la Hie aark.t, wanaaiJifapiiMfl-S
Fancy Toilet Artaw
snch tu Swsr. IVrfnmtrr. OAwtViL -..
... renutne Kxtractt. lUjnoti AVKf.
... .iwui, boh uis lorfXHHfflf
C. GE11AHD, Proprietor.
the militarv teleuranh is a irrcat exneiiso to
lite general government and entirely a dead
weight, when in iiality. tinder judicious,
careful and proppr inanagei.tent it ought to
be elf-sustainig and yield a surplus for the
Treasury. The same gentleman is equally
cognizant of the fact that the line has faile'l
t transmit pre new dav at a time with-
3fr. John :McCa(fi.rfy returned from San
Francisco by Sunday's stagu, whlilicr he has
been for sune weeka, doing goxJ work lor
Arizuiia mines and interests, and brings en
couraging new, There N a project now on
foot hi an Francisco to ship ores from
Southern Anuria via the Gulf of California
lie seems to have learned that there is no
warrant ut for his arrest, and therefore he
showed himself to his friends. The irl
was with hup Wn ifje street.
Claim, ami lite Kohllblienns nimvl., tl...
Stsito to be Dontocratie, by from 15,000 to 20 -0(H)
The legislature is Demoer.tite, ;IOto lO
on joint ballot. The Dcmoeratie trains eom
lantcly ftoin Kopublican strongholds 011 tho
It is said that the unpleasantness bet
iii Ilmviiril ntwl T.icni.l. ,:..:i...t :.. mm F
wn-uLmu in a 1 ..iiilvs sjiv. iiiieto a.vnvnm
misuiidcrstautliiitr which occured between 1 troops being under lire three
weon i 1 ,7 m 'o, iwoenAlo gain was :i2o. ' !
wton t iilcago, Oct. 10.-A telegnini from Gen.
KNDOR.SKD O.V Tills CONTKACT
W?. ,tt,a wthouMnd dollar,.
eneam .7,, m " been bull nml "7,1 w have
Say; ho X t-o.,.,ay i nincthT, ?, "J ??S
'n.ii t . y oil in niinrui
PIII2I. WILLIAMS. - Proprietors
(Ooe Door West of Eafcrd'. Storo.)
Supnliri U) "rkivi' will, iK., t
not Hjijwl. iw ijualay of 01 r. kP.r on hnad. ! Alray, mrf,,llr and aecijrwt l
'"". " IL.L.tiJiS. i
Err kept In Arizona. csaUiscat ..
ctcrof lT.KsrjRIPTIo.ataflwwi,w; c
or Coaotrjr. and I Ujx, by end
ne. In which I have brf iAr k
tlv year, to merit and miriie7j
Xext door to thu .Miner QQice, l'rtucott.
r.v. 1 n. s
u.unvrs ujiu. fjtqars.
Always on UaaU and for sale.
JOHN KAIBLK. rroVnel.r
line have Wji acconiidtshcd with soldiers accord with the project of the Star to mien I i Tie rXl fl tx,0,,,ted a notluu ion illo i ? SS 1ron Ps-
!ab.,r. almost entirely, il with but little Purt L-bo,. aa,l receive if., freight xi.t Ont lit "f rt l,c,n slH'0f ivc dividends, Washinblrtli, Oct: lO.-'lU'resido.tt i. tmt ' on3
? lir to git insist aim Kitom tne per- wi: f(Kit. and will be mdebteil in no small de- bisrpoficy, "UF tlic 9 mr?
lormers, therefore it mt-ht be ucll lor the SWe to 5ii. JJcfJalTcrtv f.r active work in ' x,v CoMI I)lwl..nil.n ... ,.- Atehlson, Kansas, Oct. 10-Tho wost abut ,,oru G 'efic olemcne ton kn, r
investigator to !t.rsnnally examine the work- ti.e, atter, and we do . ,yt kymv of anyone , Oe 5,1, Pr lf . n i kU ""g- niont of tho railroud brilo hero s ink " f. this roado untill T 1 ! . f
tngs of the line near where the abuse rvist. wh win profit more th-ui 1m- hU llr' . tL. 4' rofor Harvey ot the most out of sight. Travel acroW tlioMli fc. ltlllIiim t,iroo wit he ase itc
.d.ho..ld he find that thr whole thing is , ;, i ,l"rests H Institute, received tho follow- souri is suspwitled. lho lt- ,so mM'"ve proprtv.
beinLrcarriedonthrou-hadiau onthe re?-' "'" ,,,ttrt5, "'JHtn,! a market.--1 ucson ,K (.!;1,,(rrHm l(M, A MIlflt l'ort Henton. Montana. Oct. S.-Sh, ,J Signed .Tn,v,T..
ular army, ask that the management beplac-; c"V(:r ?l Flwm October 2d. .SS,0'"- M,'e5, -'Pidi's d A . v ir'"'
ed when? it rightfully bolongN with and un-' After hay:,,- instn-cted , idle of calito in 1 g ' asccns,,"' ''V lnmr f'1 nus; dec-1 ' r i in. all, '?, 'i'0'11'3 hl & 'mSmn vC' lkw""' A. S. NCff
der the direction of the Department Com- 0ue of tl "xfca a en J Z ' ? ,,egn? 10 ! V ft, lot Sol ? fil!?,! Sf11 0" 1,1,1
inandcr. It might be ajudiciotis move on dav, a sowuuhat ro-iv 11,0 comet Joseph raised t w To lat; onr n,es O,,t!'o route to 1 5i0 Sv?UCtwklm
tho part of f.t. Uettde to remove his station edVo the clerk betWJ 1dm ' . u t ' ,mS " J.lai h1 r" , ,,p auWuelf l!'0!', i AfctfvS
Jrom San Diego to 2'rescott. given- "No. sir; we dot trw?' waa ,e - Tho following appeafs in a Zurich news- feidX tSS & "ffj ' 1?, bJjSj JS
v w7kTtTn(t it t nvrr rei'-. !- ul,,m" u,l.,v,"?rk t!'t credit I jiaperi I announce o n,y frien,Js and ac- 1B again, adva,,
' AM1 IKKTIN(' AT AUT Jn V, ,c vcn j:r-v "Wecouldtrt do it, l .juaintances the sad news that to.-morow, at npifilc,! Ills gnu to fon.MiIes ami rsiiook i T"s ,CtJ'Panv. ,naU,lner fr tho i'eek
Vii,T.,r-Vi.Kr- Thecanminoetii,.rwhiehl :,r- J "cnilcapidi. toeveiy one." 'Couldn't three o'clock in the afternoon' I shall cause IU,S ,V,,IM, ,",."' T' wudnder of nis: V7mv,,k"kas: The said t,,,,,.
Li.TonJh.NKU llu i amp net tin whioh I 1(l vl,ftt? a;,kt.d the mun. .tMulil.Vt give vou to be cremated, according to the rules of art E"1"1"1 tlhUlVnl,!c' Vorly
was held near Ph.rnix cosed September CPBllIt i.y,,u ri UM.ivi w 1 rc.mslins f 'mv ,au. c " ; fc foun, I u tho eattip. Too ,i,,,. ' f. tho lkOTn'1
jii. ii t .-....! . t i . . . i i-vi ui iiiiiii ii tiiiMiiiiii, titi nil art mil v i i:inntitt.. i.. . 'n vutii,. .tnv i 1
ouut. iiavittir couunijcu si.Mcuii uavs. ten vcl l win sav oeioits l u.. Lt m Iht.- tii n n nm ii i in .ii nr w.i.b,i.. . mm... r.... ir..i.... - ..o... . ,.uiu imrieti. i.....i intitis wnnt.t wa
v - ' i a t w - vvi' mi iiu iiiiiii ui iiLi Liiiiitu. i in1 inn. i i tut t'liirv fit run tiirt. t . tv;iii'ii tit' iii... t. 'miu iiih t-k .. i i -1 r
V.7. n tt,w "o41 "..MS Willi AlllQS . . "il?iaHl l'ntfnrcn, " vu I l---4Ki
I The entrenchments o, tho NW TOU, to or fruni thn ? Bo over the Sffl
Maiiiexams Street. ritnSCOTT, T
GENUINE CUTTER WillSKEY.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
ENGLISH ALE (AND PORTER ,
A I way j on hand,
jcrson were united with tho M. K. Church 1 credit must be given me for Ifciuj; huuij ' oral urn will be placed near the furnace.
South: four wit!, the 31. K. Church: aml aim ,, ,,mr,,a, witett i say t-tai i never w lgnui,, 1 i,e sr.Uly alibcted son-in-law,
futtr with the t .luiU-ilitcs. Sex end others
will unite with ihc Churches soon. Dtirin
jnree iir.ciuu-poais ;uok. nicer loan tnetn j
out ttjom, Mat s all sir, ami l wish 1 hdn,t
I v,.i.iin ; j -w "uiim iu ruiin i. . -- uu wnn i.i i.i..,. . -I
the meeting more than forty per.ons were , l mttu,. - ,,e,rou f rce i ro,. Kivc S01JS flml sevcn diUIIltcr. of th(J lne A, soon , v0m lcH Q s oaded with , g!11 thon I
seekers ot religion. The best order pre- InI)MV. SrnncNDBit -Over two hundred 4lr- wnl -M-Jorall,an Tarker of Xantuckct, .rr,ye bore the Commissioit will Mart for! ii!"ibor for ,,,u I'ejik luinu f,,a'l(1.Vv 'd
vaihil most of the time, and large congrega- j lii.LMibit. Ucr two liun Ircil . are JU)W. Hvin JXortivc.' I'ml W alh. for their ignes t ilm IVck .,l,!,n Uovoring
lions attended. Tho assertion of the corres-' -Mhcs, lrom the ban Carlos rweivationj 78. 70, 73, 70, OS, (tt, C3J, 57 33 53 3 v,,11 is that thoro is trouble with tho ! "'K'lBi-niiB! i.5bKn , ,
ponde.it of the J:terpii.e,Uiat the "meeting ;l've just surrondereil to Ute military u-! These twelve constitute all the children in' fi? . a I I'iSrS,.-1 ?"Ul Jlu,,M K Sixo,? n.t'by
wis nut satisfactory to it's conductors," is j thorilies at Fort Winjrate. and dclrr thev tho family, except one who died in infancy. ' co.nmeiiced tlu-ir linlleN Jfnr iu "H ,IBV0 con that thS?11?0' nml T"om it L
not true, nor warninteil by any fact eonuor-1 only left their reservation on account of star- ' T',e ther was, at the time of his death, 88, dor tho .suporintciuleiico of (Jen Kodle'li"',! ' ' 10iul afoss AVolf (Wl'-p1'10 IJ,,,,v ueno
ted with the meeting Ai.i:. Gitovns. vfctifin pinK'Iling them to do so. "We do and Ihe mother tittd at the tie of 77. j Heavy masses of trooii.s are boin" J.ni t. lClvSreok, nnd Wnr v!. "ii"" Creek, un
Plinllix. Octobor 4. ).77. mil k-nnu t.rn, tfii. , lmt)i.i.l .imnnl . . i Jhllltrave. wllieh i Oolv Is ii iitlk I
rj. c .T--.';.;"- 7- I Agent, who is a new oe, iuhH Hart, had) Carson Citv (Xev.), October 2. Follow- ?ffiM,nil,,i,,.,i ,,,,t,l". UMhe lts. Wjjft tho pxPoso ,7 t'ho'ib -
The steamer Gila left Fort ma on the h(nrt onM1h to fee, thp pK)r wwtv,le!1 ()Vvr ,,. is H rejl0-, of tl(t. co f , Xn tho h Sh?.. '"nwiits to . ,S v w f, P rfe.t t?"w,K
7th Inat for Aubrv and ilcr,edm,c Hnt whom he is acting guar.fi'aii. to satisfy 'their f..t for September: Oolrtlooi iu ,,,,. ! the w,5 ft SSJjS;?-. "'onioyefa ml
TJie next Imt to leire for up river w!l sail ' crafty djres as cJovemtr.ent places tin? , double eagles ; $7,000 iu half eagles. tUvcr )ov?es ou tho 'Jd ami :kl i.istant at ,i ,.o, 8 lr.0,n mine v.Vi V,Vcr s',,d ""'to to a
about the loth mst. means within lU rtacli so to do. It doesn't ; -4o3.0t0 in .piarfers; $70,000 in dimes, i f, i?iin franclsco, Oct. li.-'ri,P suspension of . t .l,ul.tlip tnilnn of "atint-Y,,oovor fcl' op
mivu uiesi; innsuai, gema iMUtf. Jipwcrer, ; iiipmoni to uuicago, io,mju m , jmes: to 1 ti iT ,. , . u '"Pile tp-t av. and .... V ) imV evond tl. ' "3 lo d
The price of a squaw at Ymkvm. Dakota, to learn tho ro,s and there is no telling (ho Pirst Kriwd Paulv at Helenn. M.mta. a 1 oZ Sn! w iT?1 siv,"l,i,l,,3- ThS" hpn'S ' 1 ? vpl will d" s , S"rA' wis'
f7 and a Hankct. ' wlit they will do. ! I,090 in duuta. I i?" ?iV'AM? "V. r.-i-vtMl In n.. ; ' "rVrHW.
L. LEYMAKIK & CO.
3STEW BIT 5sAT r
-- i vy JLNi .
Kt fcniltm Vranoalse.
WINES AND CHAMPAGNE
nw uaks xtrt: PittesoiwrTnAE.
S mu.llc tho rm.Ho niu,
EXCELLENT LAGER BEER.
WUOESALB AND RETAIL
W'IKES, LIQCOIIS. rm." I
Tho Old Sttma is lcnou :
!. Aprif II. 1677. StiWS
READY PAY STfJ
Soutli KIontczHJU J!"
OPPOSITE BAN HATZSljhjfl
i choek rnrf tere
3VJES "W GrOOft
or every dcrii-tion. and jntft!rtl5w lrt?
Pllrinu to rrpienUh tblr
ceU.t by them Ch(p for CaA "M'l'w
uppllen, Jait reeeired, of tin foaiwf;
Canned Fruits, Meau. V1ieai
Dried iatt. by th box, trrI T"1 4)
'JStoTd. and Gum IkvU, -j.if-Glycerine.
coal oil, castor on, Tf JpWr
irater," by the pint, pound, qnwtof ruOBS,
TOBACCO, CIGARS, Fi?f
AUTJ UQU0SA . ,
Makd mr stock A Ko. 1, 1
rant e In wliUperln j to oy idcaa
now ciimtn, that they can do
than from anv oar iraJerin rw8- ' w,
Otvenback. Gold Coin, B2K JfeOW, 81
Produce and Concty Saip ta . fcUg a
June lt. 1S76.
CEO, W. SCO.
CAPITAL SIT SALOON
.wrrt f our gnc.
One door eaitIartUi'Klis4i',,
U-rf ainjCe Atctlitles for doinf
"W.A. G- O
IIP Stnlr buiMiujr a tyttiMl-nihST-tf
j Emanuel & vailoby, Propri
, I tH. Aug.,,, r
1 nuAMftS i"
Ilizhcst Price paW'
ducc of the Coiiu W