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VOL. XIV'.-NO. -14.
THE Alt IZ ON A MIX Ell.
Ft llMSHKD EVERY FRIDAY.
CHAS. "W. BEACH,
Kill tor ami Proprietor.
Thetlrstnumber of the WtiBKLY Ml.VEK wa iuJou
Mtr-h 9. ISol ad in this, its thirteenth year, it Cub,
w.'h truth cUmi to bo the oklctt, and bet new (aper
n tho Territory.
Q.:e CPV. Olf Yr
" Six Month
' " Three Month
Daily and Weekly, one year, ,
Onmch (10 lineof thi type), in column 3.00 fnr tirvt
la Tt;.n and SI 50 per Inch far each additional Insertion.
A liberal d.Mvuot from abave rate w ill be nwJe to jxr
sof ituo aaventse largely oy me year, half year o
It rr u.i1 aa.t iuiBe-f eiM. lnertetl upoa trawia
1V-im-u esding us money fai uberiptlin, advertising
or b work may forward, it by n.ail, or otherniie, at
tber own rik. I
l)al Ttn-lrr XoUs tal-tn at pr in j'cytnentor tub- j
ltrn 'i airfrtiting jh tewk.
J,"? TlKMS. In a drawee i MiMridMy.
TL, AWYE IRS .
Attorney ami Counselor at Linv,
Office South Montezuma Sr., Prescott.
ATTOKNEY -A.T LAW,
3Iincral Park, 3Iohave County, Arizona.
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
OFFICE Son'h Me of Ham.
II. II. CARTTER,
I'rolinte Judge, tlwstice of tltel'eace
And Conveyancer. County Building.
.1. P. IIAUC.RAVC,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
OrrtCE Eat io of the Plaza.
ii. x. ali:xa.di:k,
ATTORNEY' A.T LAW,
''jma, Arizona Territory.
Will practtoe in all the Cowrtu of the Territory.
PACL J. KORI2KT,
ATTORNEY AT X,A"W,
l'KESCOTT. A. T.
SpraVt French and Spanish. upXtf.
ttv.Eit: w. ak km. raiVK m t'tKra. alvtnj iiaiNr.n.
AHAM, McCTJSKER & BRTJNER,
Attorneys and CouiiM'Iorsat Law,
Office, No. 'J, .... office ltow.
W;il jrarti.v in all tlc Court
TII0S. rirCIl. CIRK t liritCHIM..
FITCH & CIiriU'IIlLL.
B Attornevsaud Counselor at Law,
Will Practics in all the Comt j in U12 Ter-
Special attention uiven 10 iniiiinir law and j
the perfecting of titles to mines and lands.
OFFICE With tho District Attorney, otllco
Vrrif:t Oct.-Vr Slid. l.-
BF.XJ A MI X .MORGAN,
ATTOBISTE'S' -A.T X.jA-"W,
Oftir with J. 1. Harpravr, Ki..)
rKKSCOTT, A'AVAPAI COCXTV. AKIONA.
AVIU rractlco in nil Cmrl or tlie Territory,
l'urtieitlar attention niven to Minim: Iiw.
kkkkiis to .1
ttv. s. 1 1 k vii kn pki.iit. isan Francisco.
It. F. MOURISOX, .IllUgO-itll Ulst. UlUH,
thomas nuowN. Cashier lkink Californui.
JOHN A. nvsit.
EO. V. WKLI.S,
IICSII & WELLS,
jft.TTOKlSTE'S'S -A.T Ij-"W,
Prescott. Yavapai County, Arizona
Will .trie tlr attrnd to all ciri'I lmine entrnteil to thm
in tho .rvefal Cmrtnof llonl In the Territory. AV.trarU
t.f title to Mlnioc Claim, and ttealty accurately pKlnJ.
Iromrt attention iriven to collection.
Ittll r G.V1PRI1I.
Jhttrict Attornr? Pima Co.
11 It. IlKIIEFOIIIt.
Attorneys t Counselors at Law,
Will practice in all the lwrt of the Territory.
J)K. A. J- TllIHOIX), .M.A., 31.D.
M. I)., Trinltv Cniversity, i
M It. C. I'liy. and Surir.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Orvu E AM Residence Jewell Building, eat of An
ler A. Rotr.-- store.
Hit. WAKKEX J2. DAY,
SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN.
Ol rii'K Mootranraa street above Good win.
Can be consulted at hit Offl-e at all hours:
E. THEILE, 31.
Physician, Surgeoa and Accoucheur
riu:.scmT, a. t.
Oniee and resuienc ou Monteiutna Street, 0ioite the
riFrivat entrance to conultatioa rootnr, from the
.1. (lOLDWATEIt & IJKO.,
Forwarding1 and Commission Merchants,
Ehrenbcrg. Arizona Territory-
Coyolte Stock Ranch.
Kigbieen mile, trom Frectt ; be! of ranee and
water Term S3 ft hea.l er month Stock called
lor once a week at I'reccott feel ard.
THOMAS I. .SAt'NUKRS.
GEO. 31. WAT E US,
Millwright and Contractor,
PRESCOTT. A. T.
JACK-O F-ALL TRADES
Ha remove I to t'ie north ,,f
May 1-e ntlfiel by ivstai oard.
NEW GOODS!! NEW G00DS!!
NOW RECEIVED THE I.A1U1
EVKU UUOrGIlT TO THIS .MAKKKT, COMPRISING
Men's, Youth's nntl Hoys' Clothing. Ladies aud Gout' rnuVrwcar,
Roots, bhoos and Slipper. Men's nd k.v' lLu,
bhirts, Neckties and Gloves. Hosiery and llMidkctdtiefe,
Bar, Damask, Russia and Crush Toweling. Calico , Oiuglmtns. Alpaca,
Poplins. Wool Plaids, 'IVwk, Ciuinim- and Denims.
into. I olored and Opera
Cuffs, Collars, Crochet.
Black Silk Fringe,
i Cotton aud Rustic Blinds,
lapestry, Ingrain and 3-jdy Carpets.
Box, Cylinder and Thermometer Churni,
Childrcn's Chairs, Bedroom Sets.
Fish Hooks and Linei",
Hocs Bakes. Wheelbarrows,
Iron and Lend Pipe,
Suction, Force and Iiiftin
Fenders, Etc., Etc.,
Sporting, Giant and Blasting Powder, Fuse, Caps,
Drill Steel, Paint Brushes, Wool Sacks, and Twine,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Smalts, Bronze. Turpentine, White Uad, Gobi Leaf,
Crocker-, Glassware and Lamps, Trawling Hags, Satchels, Trunks,
liar Ulasses, Bottles, .Mirrors. Valises, Chandelieis, Etc.. Etc.
A Pl'LL AKSOimiKNT OF
T I IV, C O P P i: R A IV 1) S II K E T I K () X W O U
CONSTANTLY ON HANI) AND MADK TO OUDKJI.
St ailo rtucl Fancy O x- o e c i i o s,
OF THE NEWEST AND CHOICEST DESCKIlTtONS. COMritlSINO
Green, Black nnd English Breakfast Tetis,
lackcrcl, Salmon Bellies, Dried Boef,
Buckwheat Flour, Canned Fruit,
Mushrooms, Cheese, Hams. Bacon,
Tobacco and Cignrs, Wines.
Saddles, Ox Whips, Blaeksnakes, Collars,
Saddle Mats and Cloths. Whip Lisl.es
Hobbles; Halters, Buckles, Snaps, Rings.
Ml of winch will be sold at Hcdroek Prices, or rli:i n--..ii r.n
MERCHANTS OF AJUZ0NA,
is THE -
Great Through Freight Route
liy Itieli to hli your freluht both
Bast svxici West
llrallziair the imwutanc of your tuinf. wo liave '
I rrwitly marie the followinj: low -wil rate, f c!tiv?- i
j ly for your tnwr.
Kansas City or Leavenworth to i
El Moro, Colorado,
ubjrtt to Revlinl Wrttrra CUl-f iflrtttl. n (cojy ,if which
chu be bad vn allcati u at tin. tlic.)
On Fait bound irripht ivc Trill uuKe
SPECIAL LOW RATES
ttt TjoMCaS Unrivaled Facilities for doini?
WUpOMeSS unrnaitQ XaCllllieS IOr U01DJ,
1 UL K 111 SIM-bs.
Mark and crmifs your freight
Care Kansas Pacific Railway.
FyFor Rate? and other infornintitn addrc
(teneral Freight Agent, Kansas City, Mo.
DENVER &B 10 GRANDE
cornflcted over tke
SANGRE DE CHBISTO BANGE
The direct and only route from Southern
COLORADO, NEW MEXICO AND ARIZONA
To all Points North and East,
Traltu leave Garland daily connectinff a? Denv er with
Denver i. t'nion Faciflc, Kama IViCiue and T(feka
Central lUilrny and at Foeblo with Atolin Colorado
and .Santa Fe Railroad fur all oint n rlh eat aimI wet.
I). J. SIMFSO.V. AKent. I). C. IM)1 UK.
Garland. Uen'l Fielcht and l'aeni;er
Agent, Uenvtr, Col.
E. A. FA It GO & CO.,
IKrORTKIM ANII JOimF.rtS OF
BRANDIES, WINES AND LIQUORS,
So. 31 Front treet, corner of Commercial.
SAN" FRANCISCO, CAL.
D. IIi:M)KItSO. CO.,
Commission Stock. Hrokers,
313 Montgomery St, - - San Francisco
lt,cmriil Ncviulit ItliK-k. '
Stock Sold Itotirht, and Carried ou Margin, rjil
Moueyloannl n lek epj'
.1. Ij. COCSWKLJ
irt rritiool In office 1mm No. tCIO
Kearny St , to the Young Men' Cbti.
tian Aciatlon lliuhllnir. 33' Sutter St.
uerr Kt-aniey. SAN FRANCISCO. The room ate eJe
gant. convenient and well ventllateil. Frlvnds and mt
nn are iuvitil to call.
I'recvtt, March 2. 1S7T. wly.
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 19, 1877.
EST AND MOST (. OMl'I.l: H! STOCK OF
CHAN BIS E
Flannels, Idit ' aud MwwV Sluiwls, j
ErobroioVrv Edging, !
Kct.. Etc., Etc., Etc I
Tapeitry and AVI vet .Mats,
Oil Clotha, Wall I'ajK-r ami Bonier,
Ivooking, Pining ami OfHce Cliitira,
Table ami Pocket Ciitlerv,
Picks. SUovd and Sledges,
l'ianoa, t. huvlt. Axe,
Coupling, Elbows. Chains,
Pumps, Cooking and Parlor Stoves,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Ete.
Mocha. Java and Uio Coffee,
Smoked Sdmou, Honeless Codfish,
Cracked Wheat. Hominy, Oatmeal.
Alden Dried Fruits and Vegetables.
Liquors. Alt', Porter and Cider.
Harness Soap and Enn-U Dressing,
Hows, Polos, Bugcy Shafts Hubs.
Wagon Sjwkes. Felloes, Etc.,
Cmmrr .lma 4 Ftrtt Sit.,
301 VmUfmrmU ftrft.
Ran Fnam-isco Cau
JSoccruwr !o tb la'o tirin uf
WM. B, HOOPER & CO,
Continue, th. IIaln la
ARIZONA AND CALIFORNIA,
Importer Ac liolcsale i
S H I P P I IS"
A N I)
COMMISSION 3IER CHANT.
W ill carry a full prime lock oi
SADDLERY, & MINING MATERIALS,
Selected to exactly m!t
j Merchants, Handlers, Station
Keepers, Freighters, and
Miners of Arizona
SollciO order for pxid.t, and iuture, oatiafactlon ; FOR
WARDS freight au.l iner-li.imlie to anr Iart of the
World, in.unnir. if desired ; liny, or make advance,
ou nil Arizoaa and Mexicau imnluce.
I The Sale of Ores and Minerals a Specialty.
Iluyi and Kxcaaogea
GOLD & SILA EIl IJUJ.LIOIV.
Gold Dust, Legal Tenders,
XJ. S- Treasury Driills,
SOLDIERS' WARRANTS AND VOUC ERS
And Good Commercial Bills.
anmi ouukks will ri .Trr.sTEt iivtiik
SAN FRANCISCO BEANCH HOUSE,
With promptitudo nnd fidelity
Alt Order and CoojuuVton hoald be addreed to
JAMES M. BARNEY,
Ftbruary I, 1S76. Yutr.a, Arizona.
Yitiiaix Irug" Slore.
Wfcolea!e and Retail
1 JZ XT ( 1 S'T ,
IVIain Slrcel, Vtmiti, Arizona.
II in More a full line ol
pa tex r :ii:i)icixi:s,
DUUG.S, Pi:ilFL'3Ii:itV. I AIM'S,
Toilet Soap, Tooth Brushes
And All Other Articles Usually Kept ia Drug Store
Ty" lrecriilkra put op trHh great care.
Oritur from the, country Hoitel, with the nMurance
ht price. A-j otind utttfaotory.
H. MORGAN & CO.,
Phoenix, Maricopa County,
JMoipans Station, Ciila River.
lwurtii mm! Deal, la
GROCERIES, AND CLOTHING,
DRY GOODS, MQt'Olty,
Tobacco, Cigars, Hie., Etc.,
At Pilcea to Suit tho Tunc
IIum.1. Arianaa, July 31. XiT.
I'lrl ami IVciiionl Maoris.
ILtneea Mluloo A IUn&rd
San Fraitcitco, : : Calil'ornia.
RAHKIN, BRAYT0N & CO.,
MMiWtarr f Kiuria sixl H.4I.M Mulw m4 St
iwrj . um..c lM.t! bJ Misitf Mactt'wrv in
Hatiwe. A al(jarisf I'.u. ami
0 trtnu. ur I'm4 . Cr.kta Uhn mmd Kara
ItHWtwr.. Alau Watvt Vltl SaMar
14. S,f a4 C -r-re. . Q.,lekri r.
wllUHrH ao4 nlnn: R.wtiM mmd rk-mri
t I nrwf,
4imf ; KaiM -in MrllrT. Wm W WU
AicHt I'r Tli
itMtaf Ko.Au.ief k.i Uniu a .ir o-ppwmoi
PAQQPrMrfCQ APJH n,Ru'l were made and a tcmiwrary
r-AtfcIMUt-K AHUWJUMfor tbt night wa, t-iircd at the
Between Silver City, New. Meii
T mmkrnismM batisukr tami ti iwUs ar !
et. i.uwer. iNtr eark enl bl
In. oaf .
M UK sox a xahkiaor. 'TVfsu.
Fr farther i.fenuMu. a44rw i Kurs OI ",e gHlgallOJK-l apace into I'Jue-
SHRYOCK & III5K. Globe Citj AgmU. 1 P' wanaion, and at about six in the morn
MMcHwae j ins a coach ami four belonging to the C.
. and A. Stage Co., in which passage had
CHAS. LANGLEY & CO.,
V h o I v s a I c Drnjj'isl.i.
Imrwrtr't "f lur
Frcne , Engliih and Ge man Drugt.
PINE ESSENTIAL OILS CHEMICALS.
pehfi'meby. irrc., irrc.
Agents Tor (Jnlcksilvcr.
IC. Cor.ol' Front nml Initio Stfowtn,
THE WESTERN UHIOH TELEBRaPH
oib.m.irjr T in.ore ,,.t .rrricr. 4i,t ro,
Ut$tmmt to bu ol ti) lb. Iiu rwaLrr
Direct to all Pvints,
Ai-I.Iik.. ataav. u,,v irwdra to iaitixd w,if,
SIR ASTiEY COOPEK'S
rm: okkat i.nuUnII hk.-.;kiv fok nkrvocs
, I m:iui.iTv. .slri,i..T,irl srwindi WfaKmsw,
I TUCUITA1 tiCOVnOAT.-ttC
( Inc VllAL ULOiUhAliVb
W llli.hty .urr .!1..n.,iei i nj.l T-ramnrn-ly mmy
I l K.MIA I si Kl 1 1 A 1. 1 T iriM-rv..ui.bili:y
. .. . . ... ..
mailer :nm what r.- i.ru.l....a. '
! THF V3TAL RFSTflRATIVP wrtment Commander of Arizona, and Gen. I troverted qnejtions concerning what consti-
! i.a.w"bb !::" r""'rl . mx . M.-DowcH. as Commander of the Military legtm.atc ncw$,ier mail matter, has
1 t-irui. Urwr iri -u j taWr u j.i,ttt t tr Division of the Pacific and Department of doresetl a communication to the Postinns
ta.tr. .ujTiv, to o.r . . ru .j..,.i a:,.i t uif-tbUrtt California. Gen. Gregg whs removed from ter-Gener.il on the subject of classification
ji,.i.f BrtvMnrir lorr, , . o , ........... 1 nf rates of mistne. lie miiL-M .i,mmvfinC
PURmcq Awn pD!pu':q
th i.i.hJ. r-j-ivrnatins- .
t. . i ii."t'ii n t.
! 1 ..! ... ...!. 1 . It 1
;iirHimiir i oiirrviiy mi i cnnyivnnia. loir ieiaeai '
Snrgem )rtb)Hedie Itortal of l'hlhtdel4iia. No. i
11 Kearney Strwt. San Fram-ivdu. I
Sole Agent to n hum all lettert hHiki be aU4rrM,l.
I. S. Dr. Mialle run he eHMUItel in refcreaee to th
akuxe etMnptaini fr'i II to 10 A. M , and .1 In 1 1'. !. at
Steam Ualh DiMg Stole Ti" Moutgomtry Miert. acd at
hi )rivrfle uflhe. No. II Kearny irret. rB I V aal 3
from 10 a M.to3r. i : eteuing. 6 tu a. umla!, 1(1
A. M. to I l M. only. Ctmtultntian frtt, llionmga ad
vlce ami examinatioa, iacIudiBg analysis of ntiai'. S3.
IMSIVATIJ .UKOIC.ir. IXSTITlTi:. !
"OU, Kearny st.. Snn 1'niucUco.
lrAMtJ-HFi 1 ls5l,
1'OIt Till; I'F.RMANKNT Cl RK OF ALT. SlMICIA I.
and Chronic I)im.vi. an also all.
Fl'.MAI.K COMl'L.MNTS AM) A lKAsRS
of Tiii:Ni:Rvoi sarsrn.M.
'IMii: IM.MF.XSF. DF.STRICTION OF HUMAN
llfnt,r.iiallvfrtmi.reretna.lrl.rl...ll.e. miiwh! '
tn-nn .i. i.....-inirj .nil in i.urvpr , i:..T l.t" . f !llc( HflV PWl UMll firfiiltsri- T cl.tr-
te.iity totae great retwrative rHmi uf tklt rewliy . "i:i liinimj; v.wuii mm use urccuuu "i . " . ...-. -0-
T?. hr" this new rou u to ! w incorporated in his
it. a3 uaiaivwv rrvuif iunn uurri,nevn. Ttf i '
tliold and reliable inMlttitUta to Iw ctablbhed AM in ' SoVCIltll Cavalv; First Sergeant GeOrgC Mc-
ihiiadei,.i.i,t. ivn in ;st. ami afteraanU in Sa j )enoU Company A, Seventh Cavalrv;
iT.mcl-cii Cal. la 1S.I. na ltivnte dirpecMiv ia order 1 . -,.. . ' , ..,
to affurd the afflicted the inut medical nod nrgici treat- j sergeant Otto Dcrstow and privates John
ment, for thui.oaBiiaiiothcrairectuaiidcomilainij K. Cleveland, Lewis Kelly aud Samuel Mc
Cor.Miitatk.ti at the ittMjmte, or t.y letter. FREU Intvie, Company A, Seventh Cavalry; pri
To tlto AtntctctS. j vate Irving, Company G, Second Cavalry;
Dr. I.. J. Cupkay wmiW itw"t reieciAiliy iaform ! nrlvate Uichard M. Pitscholt. Comitniiv (J.
nt hU j
linn ot hU nimierou liiend. and bundled or tlx
for.unntelv Hilli-ie.l with dlM.' he ha reoi-er
Medical arei .Siirgival lntitnle uixl resumed the prnrtiee
ul lil proieMtoa. i n uorior umiiii reiuimi all
who ate io needol trlial aid, that lHce rrlinii
hi verv extenivc anil mcceful rraoilco in San Fran
cico, he ha llied the principal cities lu Furoic. in-i
Hctir.g diligently he ut renonrncd hixpiiul. and I
cntlirrlue tne experience ot trt" imi tearneil in the pro.
felon the benefit fr m which he offer to all in need ol j
hUicrvicea. Rbenmnllc affect'on. chronic cntarrh. dl I
eae of the (toimich and kidney, liver cmphtint. eic,
niccenslully treated. Tho.e who are suffering fmm tho
eirors aud indicrelion of youth, neivoiu weaKnr,
phylcal and mental debility, are assured of a permanent
cine. Charge nx-derate. All comrauaioulioM iritly
cosfrleutial. Medicine ent bv mail.
Addrm L J. CZAI'KAY. M. 1).
aug31wly SOa Kearny Sttett. S. F.
To Tlie Unfortunate I
623, Kearny Street, S. F.
F'al!ihed inlf.VI, for Oo treat
ment of Sexual andSeminnl Dionse
Mich n Gonorrhoea, Olect, Stricture
)pt Ui in ittl it form. Seminal
Weakce. IiniHtleiicv. Skin l)ieoc
etc ru'anein'y cured, or no charge.
S E31 1 N A L W ISA KN ESS.
Seminal Ktniloti, tho cor.jetieneei of elf nbiue.
TliU Military vice, or depnned texual indulgence. U
practised by tho youth "f Nub jexe io an alnnxt iinlim
tied exteiit.'producing wllh unerring cotamiy the follow
Ing train of morbid j inptoms, unleM comhcittod by ni
enlllio medical :nnure vix: Salhiw rountenam-e; dark
H.I under III eye, jwin iu me uniu. ju-iuk in ini
ear, noli-e like Hie rutuing oi leave ami raining ol
chariot. unensiineM nlit the loin, wcakne
,ne ..f th t
Hull', confuted xlIon. blunted intellect, lo
.l.ti,t lli1l.lenee in nnirfimhin tranLvcr!i. n
fiirtn newaeiiuaintance. dliiiiii to hun MH-leiy. Io ,
of .nemory.hec.cnH.l.e. H.npIeB
Mimplloii, nlbt noflii, niunomoDin nnl Itrquent iaan-
l,V" CUHEl) AT IIO.IIE.
Fcmnn nt it dWnnce may be CCKKD AT HOME by
addrelng a Irtier Io Dr. GihlMMi. tatlRg case, tvuip
toiiK, lencih of lime he dieac ha continued, nnd have
medicine promptly lorwatdrd, ri-o frm dninagn niHl
curiotlty, to any jrl ol Hi country, with full and plain
directions. Ily enolc!ing Ton dollar coin. In rcgltteretl
lotterthMUgh tte IWoRlfe or thruiigh Well Fargo .V
Co., n paekugo of medicine will ! I.irivanleh to anv pail
of tho Futon. Addrei 1R. J. F. GlIlllON,
iiujfl"w1t! lUir 1,!7. .sb rVuHcWoa.
'Hie K ii-ttrn belle whodevotirhthe yellow-
U1" im'ninirc oi me tinit'.-, Is ronviiicotl
thnt Ute tlonuiin of romance H bounded by
the tiithtfiletl wnlU of n boudoir or laid
monxt the viue-clad hill and citron
f?um of n iMitmy Southern clime. Uotilitv.
iH?erilwle, in apt to prove u stumbling
bltck ti Hie rninsnobt, and the air arountl
oor piiw forests mid rocky gloub is juct as
pt to b eiubuctl with the breath of Ihntusv
tiwt of other regions. Wo proceed to
i Kt.r Mono time jmst, an affection, which
! 7"" rijrenwi into ti stronger passion, ox-
' itel between n well known voung gcntlo-
mM ,f wur viU"Se a'1 young huiy, noted
i n r ncr pcrbonui ciiarnis. Mr.
, Vf. II. P. and iliss .M. E. lived but in an at-
mopitere of love, anil sitflietl for the dav
HhfM 0h .sacramental wools wouhl be tiro
taiMlHri4l vr !. ( I. 1. I
. . j.,MIUU .,,, ,ur U1(ll
loueyel lunary period which is the poet's
theute. Unt the revnmietl old nroverb
m.,,v never iiiuf, otc, uau to come into
wlay. 'Htere was an obstacle to the tun-
uiunuui of their wishes in the hliajw of
Su 1 ... .... t..
" "'J" " " P OI UIB .Mllto
. Irrtlt, Which ItleadiniT Or Itntver Hll.l
: not 0efCtMn. Somttlliiiur w-.'w tlx K ,l.
i aud here i w hat whh tlune. Por some tly
I pat it wa kaowii tMRie of tho intimate
' . lmrUeB ?"orae1, that au
' eemeiit was contemplatetl. It wat in
! their memory locked, and they themselvos
' kept the kt?y of it. All the necessary nr-
'-Orphan' Home," w herwreaidca scot e or
soot IwcMors prox-eridal for their obliging
qaalitKs. INt night the fne was readv to
bo nml. and at about oiw o'clock this mom.
log the young lady, accompanied by her
earaiitr mrrtrmU, camo into the "lloine,
where they found eatables and drinkables
! anrewi OUt for thelll. bv a feu- nf thn knnu-.
tog one in attendance to bid them God-
peal on tltcir aiunroiio journey. The early
j been aeenred lor the twain, rattle! through
j PletirTville and picked up the two most
j aervoes little Itearts that ever beat in Pre
1 A will Ikj seen by an wlvcrtiscmcnt, tlie
feaar. .Miiler notify th murchants and
inhere of this section tlmt thoy do not lon
ger And it convenient to transport murchau
oic from Khrenbcrg, having withdrawn
their teams from that route to "the new roatl
: SLt. ffifc
. t a T
mi. are maKing tlie necessary arrange
menu tor the otaohshmentot anew town
.... . .
aooe Aiinrev. whereiiv I'rescott wi 1 be
V"'M8,.U ",ul" u" ,u,es ?l navigtiuon, ami
from thnt ttnint thn tirin in I mi
! at a much reduced lhjure fmm that charged
inf.iM.tmi ht. Air
' (. Aiilhr. thnt ihi. mnt int iii...mil to
(Jntnwood is of an cav radc. with water
at reasonable distanced, and in the main is
much iM-eferabfc to the old route, which
i is mule killer and destructive on wagons.
Tlie tint freight ever broiiL-ht into this !
etioM mi wawims was over this roiito.be-
i ig the Pioner saw-mill wliieh was brought j
in mi! put upearlv in 1'tfl. by Geo. I.ount
f and A O. Viyesjand had ben. Gregg re- j
mained in command of the Department of j
Arizona, it WHS his intention to liaveOpOlieii
., ..,. 1 , ... . . .
ill which was brought i
nil IUI. Ill(,ri)IlriirMr " 1 .?! i mil fllVIIHr T.l
s.imn ill wiin.li.r.ni.lm.r lintuon liini n Ho. i
.w i.imn, aioi me iiioruuguinrc iinu ougui 10 ;
and would have been built, dropped i
KILI.KI) IX iiattm:
! J lie loiioning na list ot tlie kUied in :
tiie recent battle of U.S. troop:?, under '
1,1 a .
; adtlition to
Xcz Pet ccs. In'
Cpt. Owen Hale, Seventh C.
inniulini; Company K; Second Lieut.. Joseph
w.i.HUHe, seventli cavalry, Uoinpany iv; '
Firt Sergeant Otto Wilde, Company K,
Seventh Cnvtdrv: Sergeans Max Jleilkeand
II. V. Kachacl, Company K, Seventh Cav
alry; lirivates William Whitilaw, Francis
: IStith, George Ilerdick and Frank Knapp,
i CoiiiiMiny l, Seventh Cavalry; First Ser
geant 31. .Martin, Company I), bcvcntlt Cav
alry; Sergeant James 31. Albert aud pri-
........ t v.- ti... ....... r
w.maf.j, UUI liUM u.
KiHIi Infantry; Corporal John Htddo,
Company B, Fifth Iniantry: privato Joseph
lvoIllcr, Company I, Fttth Iniantry; private
K- Hogau, Company C, Fifth Infantry.
Mad Stonk. In Summervillc, S. C,
lately, a Professor llollllCS, in prcseilCCOfa
. , , . ..
company 01 inuics and gentlemen, ttisscctcil
a mad-stone, or medicine stone, taken from
the stomach of a deer, and found that the
center contained a white-oak acorn, around
which a mineral substance had collected.
The scientific name for the medicine stoue
is "boxoar", from two Persian words, "pa"'
and "zahnr," signifying against iioisoii.
This stono was the size of a hen's egg. a
mottled yellow with a tint of brown. "The
constituent parts are phosphates and car
bonates of lime and iron, and some silex.
The readers of the 3Iinkr will remember
that about a year ago Frank Schultz, who
can trace float if it contains mineral to its
intjt concealed recesses, discovered one of
tlieic stones in the stomach of a deer which
he killed beyond Agua Fria. We believe
he still retains it, and according to the ac
count published in the Charleston .News,
such stones arc considered quite rare and
considei able value is attached to them.
Robert Toombs, says:
wl() ,iO03 not rospect labor is a fraud, and
t,1(? laborer who doas not respect capital is a
lool. I OOlllbs llilS at hist given to the
i solid cllUHK of wisdom.
and labor arc as essential to each other as
j silver and gold arc to a sound
The coinngo at the Mint of tho United
States in tlio month of September was:
Double tingles, 4, Ui,20i: trade dollars, $1,
077,000; half dollars. 4OS.10O; quarter dol
lars, $y-l!!,(i00: dimes, .$1'J!IS000. Total, $7,-
r.ini,atinR- uii mini tliroiicli. until rcccntlv. tlie oneiiiii" ud of. C",5S ,1,at'?r uler two raU to bedenoiniii-
Iscremi .iiiarts-mills un the Hi-' Samlv. no- jrc"ns "i-re approvcti oj rtMinnster-uen.
t a -
TUB ooi.nii.v mikagi:.
From tb Tetitrl (Str.) Entervtltf
Yosterday ("has. Tozer called upon us and
in ten miume toiii us that during the early
summer he was in Arizona; named several
tnines in that Territory which ho believes
are to beeomo famous in the near luture,
aatl a doztn more of led extent which are
conifortMbl fur the owners. He could stay
but a few minutes, being obliged to hurrv
his arratigfmeiits to take the train forTus"
cjirora lat night. When he had gocc we
could not help but think of the life he lias
lived fur vcars on the const, which is.tmt
typical of thousands of other lives in our
midst. When we knew him first a dozen
years ago he was an old miner then. At
that time he wns sure that hi fortune was
sccured in a copper mine in Geunessce
valley, rlumas county, California
- 1 then lie has ltecn to every minintr camn on
. . i ... " . .
llir uoiuk; every inn aim evcrv sagourush in
thi great, drt basin U familiar to him;
' ho can irfvc the tlimpttMon of rv.n- ,;,,;,,
Nevada; tell the nature of the ores which
they contain and in what formation they
are found. He knows nothing about fa
tigue; U at home alike in the city and in
the wilderness, and exiiecta sometime to e
cure a bonanza and gather to hi bank ac
coo nt a few millions. Every day we see
fttch itteii ; not many who are gifted like
Toecr who is competent to take charge of
mines and mills but men wlw are follow
ing a goldea dream all over the coast.
Every little w hile we hear that one of them
ha grown weary of prospecting and fallen
asleep; their eyes fixed on the silver hills
beyond, aud they did not see the grave
which had opened across their trail until
they stepped into it and disapjicared. Those
graves are everywhere amid our hills, aud
marK where strung hearts, at last worn out,
cease I to ln-at. Hut the race seems ever re
newed. When one falls by the way another
take up the burden and "struggles on to
ward the beautiful coa-.t which shines
ahead, aud though, to nine out of ten, it is
but a mirage; the fact doe not discourage
them. If the history of the lives which
have been worn out in this way within the
past twenty-eight years could "be written it
would iw a study for thoughtful men ever
aftenvard. It has not been a miser's search
C.r- ...1.1 ll I
and always brave-two attribute; which
misers do "not With t Tnaji ritv
of them the dream ,.,. W,, o to 3 for
-....i. -i . e i - , .
i sum, iui iiieae iiieii are niav foiijmiis
rather with nd , hn.lf ihomS vs ,r
those wIm) are dear to them, and to shield
others fnun hardships with which they had
grown so familiar that to bear them uncom
plainingly had become second nature. It
was these men who made the skirmish line
for the aimy of civilization which followed
them; who beat back the savages; who lit
the wilderness with signal B"hts; who
blazed tlie trail; who marked where the
cn.ka& I.- a' 7. .I- . I . 1 .1
I "" " ' " .. " ireti me
i "" s.hiiik-; nu numc
, '"'Y'"' , ""T '7 ,.-
, "V. ; imiiivii.
S,,0U1U "wr torget these things and ,vhen
I w meet one of th'se men we should re
nicmler that he has braved moro than sol-
M'1'1 ,,HVB m 'wttle; has endure marche:
amI ''"'"M hieh the bravest soldier
W0lI shrink from, and generally his only
reWB" tlie hope which kejit him
company through the year:, and the dronm
ot 'he joy which should come whou
,lur,1-,lil5i 'ould all be just.
5clnilitle of Postal
Wasiiixoto.v, October 8. A. II. Ilissell.
he Law Division of the Post Oiiiice De-
IKirtllient, tor A long time III Charge Ot C0I1
. " , --"f-qvonw.ia
OI a HC" P,i,M "'r ll,c registration ot second
torth-coniing annual report, The plan pro-
i jiosei is nun a pnuticaiion ciaiinmj; to uc
j ratotl as second-cIas mail mutter shall be
.submitted to the Department lv samples
t mm k
quurieriy, or scnn-annttaiiv, lor examination
aIul it" rouuI to Iw matter exclusively in
dcsinel for public Use ami devoted to the
publication and discussion of current new.,
and to pieces either ireiicnd or specific, shall
1C admitted uimiii the payment of an annual
cc ot for each publication to the priv-
of 1 for each publica
"irs m uro raus jier pounti, ac
cording to the frequency of issue, the same
as now ennrgeu lor regular newspapers,
magazines etc. All other matter, no; em
braced or sought to be embraced in the
second-class, such as advertising sheets, re
prints of books, etc., is to pay ordinary rates
now charged for third class matter, which is
oue cent for each two ounce.
Hymkxial. The following, which we
coppy from the San Francisco Post, of Oct.
St'i, as the parties arc well and favorably
known in Arizotin, 3Iiss Lynde having con
stituted one of the belles of Prescott society
for over a year:
JMiss Julia P. Lynde will be led to the
altar at Trinity Church by Lieutenant G. L.
Scott, of the Sixth U. S. Cavalry, at eight
o'clock to-morrow evening. The parties
arc comparative strangers in this city, but
well known in Washington society. Miss
Lynde being the daughter of Surgeon Ii. I).
Lynde. late of the U. S. A., ami niece of
General F. T. Dent, also connected with the
The Rending Independent is the title of a
new paper, started Oct. 11th at Reading.
Shasta County California, by Hen. Frank.
The iirst number which Judge C. C. Bush,
of Rending, sends to his friend T. J. Rutler.
c- inn iiiiki ( imu9iiiMiiM mum. yi
course the patent out side 'will soon 1)C ,
dropped and the paper come down to n re !
snectablo sized fonr nam,A lrtr..l !...,
is well tilled and industriously edited. Of!
spcctablc sized four paged journal. Patent
outsides will not wash.
Our young friend, .Mr. L. C. Winston,
starts to-day for Prescott. Arizonn, where he
goes to take up his future abode, and pract
ice his profesMon, the law. Lang is one of
Los Angeles' promising young men. and wc
are very sorry to loe him; but, at the same
time, we congratulate our friends in Prescott
in .securing him as a resident of their city.
Lang has many warm friends in Los Angeles,
who will regret to see him leave. We' wish
j him success.. Los Angeles Republican.
Professor Swing commends the Southern
Methodist Conference, which 1ms had the
courage to suggest thnt pulpit orators should
avoid "a frequent drinking of water during
sermons," and should "not linger the leaves
of thot15ible, nor pound the desk while preach
ing.,' and that the congregation should 4wear
coats to church and walk iu softly not like
mules on a bridge."
The salurv of Marshal MacMahon is
lS0,000 ns Presidunt of thci French Republic.
The Gloomy Shlo or tho 11 Lick 1UH.
I have met in Deadwood in one dar at
least three hundred men from the Eastwho
had not even a penny in their pockets, noth
ing to pawn or sell, and whose onlv food was
that thrown to them by the hand of charity,
and charity doesn't throw way much out
herd. None of them could got" away, there
was no wr.rk, it was starvat?on to remain,
and their situation would have bothered old
Diogenes worse than the unocrs nf tin. lmra
did. r heard one of thorn sue-
"Twelve of us will are in null ;iTw1l
on to Bismarck ifany one will odder us ou
the way, and we don't ask for moro than two
meals a day, either."
When a man offers to turn mnli fnr w
"fodder" than mules got, he wants to change
'ocatious orcttv bad: nad I w lml u.r
the offer shouted outl.v this
ed by a teamster who" want ml to m i.;.
mules as much as possible.
THE UIUGIIT SIDE.
On this same day, as I was restincr in a
camn on the outskiits of Deadwood, a jolly
faced man came along and asked for a job.
He was told that every man w:s working for
himself, and making mighty n.r woircs at
nun, wuon nc repi;ci:
"Gentlemen. I hnvon't. h
m - J ra V'l' liiMUi
in three weeks. I haven't been ablo to "fir n
day's work, I'm dead broke, and the curtain
is going to ring down on this tragedy, right
v-a V, &aa 111 W liWn
He stepped around the Ore. nulled a re.
oivcr irom a miners belt, and thon retreat
ing back a pace or two, he said :
"Gentlemen I'm going to hell ! I've starved
around the Black Hills for three months,
and if there is any bigctfr hell than this I'm
i t ... . '
em ious iosee it: xjccusc mc wasting ammu
nition, but here I go crack!"
He put the muzzle of the revolver to his
forehead, and never kicked after the report.
....... .ktlVk u ivtt
minutes the owner of the revolver walked
over and secured it, nnd, as he w iped a spot
ni i . 1 1 i .Ait iia l... t . : . ...
" utiiiu, lit JIUII ICtt Oilt:
"Blast his eyes! why didn't he jump over
some prespice, or go out and let the Indians
tickle him to death ?'Cor. Cincinnati En
quirer. i -r.
, 1A,KTIAI- VAi.OK.-l.,.rt uma :s not very
I -v g,lfri0nBd- It contains one soldier
t lacks m numerical strength is mado nr.
'u..,.,-, ,?,sw of Ib .," .enor
Thvre has In-en some ditKculty at thai print
between the Government and" the Southern
Pacific Kailroad Company a to the riirhi of
the latter to cross the Yuina bridge and run
their construction trains along tlie opposite
shore. A military order was received at
the fort to tircvent th. tmine fmm ,.mi;;-
and when the solitary soldier saw the smoke
of the approaching locomotive and heard it
I whistle, he rushed out with drawn sword
aml forbaile lhc passa It ,lcIii:UH
..,,. (n c... ,it ,-..,! .i-
tion than n ccrlaiu historical member of the
l.....tM.. r.. ... ; 1 .. ...i. i . , . , .. ... .
uuwui; i.iuiiiy, wuicu oiaceti nseii ttircctlv
on the track, shaking its hoi ns, and was
tossed by the cow-catcher into the air. The
soldier stood prudently to one side, and the
train passed on.
On account of the Government's interfer
ence, Ave nudcrstand thnt work will remain
suspended on the Southern Pacific road
beyond the bridge until there has beeii some
legislation on tho subject. Call.
Tun Handshaking Xci5AXCE.-Tj.TEn-yikw
with Gkn. Grant at Edinbcsg. I
was under the impression that there was no
such custom in England but it is sis strftug
as in America. I think handshaking a
great nuisance, and it should be abolished.
In 1S03 it was awful with mc; I thought I
could hardly survive the tak. It not only
makes the right arm sore, but it shocks the
whole system and unfits a man for writing
or attending to other duties. It demoralizes
the entire nervous aixl musciilxr system.
Xonc but a strong man could go through r.s
much as I did in 1SW5. If Mr. Tildea, who
you know is old and not very strong, had
been elected, he would hive been obliged to
decline the handshaking business t a great
extent, because I don't thiuk his system
would bear the strain of the naioaut "of it
that would have bten expected of him. The
most laborious and injurious handshaking
is where you stand on n elevation and reach
down. A man cannot stand much of that.
A Modern Sam Patch. Captain Julius
D. Rhodes, who is to div from the new sus
pension bridge at Xiagra, a height of 1Q-1
feet, is a native of Springville, a medium-size,
sinewy man with lurnside whiskers. He
has made sixty-nine high leaps of all sorts,
dives for glory, and tiuds no trouble in in
Hating and emptying his lungs, or spcakiug
during a trip in the air, and can guide'
himself with his legs- The sensation when
falling is, he says, indescribable.
The cx -confederate General, Joseph E.
Johnson, in a recent interview, said that the
people of the south are glad that Hayes was
elected, that they have gotten more from
Hayes than they would ha?e gotten from
Tilden, and that the demonstrations in honor
of President Hayes during his southern trip
will convince the world of the soutlfs ap
preciation of tho man who has already done
so much lor that section ol t':e I nion.
A Favobaule RKroitT. A resident v:xo
reached home by a noon train, after an ab
sence of two weeks, was met at the station
by his eight-year-old son, who loudly wel
comed linn. " "And is everybody well, Wil
lie?"' asked the father. "The wellest kind,"
replied the boy. "And nothing has hap
pencd'f'' "Xothing at all. "I've been good,
Jennie's been, and I never saw 'ma belmve
herself so well a she ha this time."
It is thought that 11. Young ought tolmve
, i- , til
recovered tro, ih,S cholera morbus but wIkm:
t came to t.ghting with twenty -even wo-,
Cilch u w,t'1 l'lleront kind Ot mil,-.
tarn plaster tor her uear uusiauu,nnu a new.
kind of herb tea, itwas too much for hinil
Every woman laid her plaster where there .
was room, ami the prophet went down to Ins .-
grave like a sandwich. Hawkcye. -
. .- . vt-r.m. . ... m. a.. . .,.. "!. I.. ... .
rio n t ,c:;..nt.. .,..r.f.i ii,..e-.
V V V A V mJ itt W a Illltli'ttUV!1 t,tl4,
(.toltismitli .naiti will Dc witlittrawn irom
the turf and sent to tho breeding farm of -her
owner, X. H. Smith of Trenton, "Now ,
Jersey, for breeding purposes, llur ditlt
culty seems to bo in one front leg. the tcn
don of which has given away. All her en- .
iHements have been canceled.
O O - : -
Lord Lorne. A Toronto special of Oct.
fith says: The fact that the Marquis of
Lome is to visit Xova Scotia soon, on a .
moose hunting expedition gave rise to a
rumor that he would succeed Lord Dufferin
as Governor General of CAwdu. '
The credit system is one of Uijrerttestcurs
us to tins laWring iunn. If you -wish to keep
outof tlobt and livo iittftipWdcnt. never run
Kit account at tht .store or gnwry.