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Vol. XI. No. 15.
TUB AltlZONA MINE It.
Published Daily and Weekly,
Prwcott, Yavapai County, Arizoaa,
the rtr Amwm Mixen wa tartrd I'MemUf lt,
irrj iiBliily nr enarUtlun r Arlui.Srrt
i.UMBh l poWWxxl on Urn Briwiln. Of Mradar,
TuJLur. Wetl.lr, Tl.nwlay mJ BaltinUjr, "t ath
il "I" tr mI TH -TtT. nsrr and
Zfwr'Hr.UAtiu: ws that raa Iw rrcurl by TUjrj,
Malt, Ktprw "" 1,"r """
Trawl or BluClunlO!-I.1lrerJ by carrier I Mb
wrihen l l'r'XH, Fort Wfctppl. and vlelnltr, nr
I-Mtii A wr.tic. t"ll weljr lu mI'I cnrrW.
The IAtt.V wl b mulled laiabKrlbm la Ariarma and
.IwwW rinse ItoLLAas fr) bight botXAua
IVr Il ntvalhi ( KOUB lmU.AU lit U.rw remit W, nI OHK
hollas asu urn teT f dm wo.tb. Tlirw . cat
Itutj frier, raUL In adraa4.
O. Vrlfar lh WRBKLT MlXKt, e(alnlnjr LljrraUo
.,wi to lh Hour of feulng- to pi, will b. furalttwd nil
DAILV obwritw without eilr thArg.
AoviETWixo Kara, la .llb.r th Dalljr or W.klr
0 Iteh (12 lis f bl TV) eJ. CO ft Bril
Unrtlwo, awl I W I' I"1 f"rA aMltloal lrTlt,
i nwtir UlbMnl from lrr ralM will b. mad. to r'
4Mkoiuar 4T.rlI tttflf hfiU ru-, half furor
PrufrMtoisal anJ Uulnw canJi InwrteJ U)oa rtaauaa
Vftmi rwllf ui nvm.jr fur nWriptkm, a.lTcrtlltir
j,,b work, majr futir.nl It bjr mall, (rthrrwlM, at
(lif aw. riik.
Till! WEEKLY MIXKH.
Tko Inl numlMf of lh WaKKLT Ml Kit wa( tMnnl m
Hrtli 1, 'x1- ,n " '''t" J"'- 11
rao, Hk trntli. lalm b b th. oldt, Urjut asd btit
Mirar" I" T.rritofy.
' Nil MiMth. 4.00
" Thru Moatha. X60
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Unit Ttn4tr .Vim lit f ptriityitmtMortub-
Addmt all ordrra and Irittn io
"THE MIKEE," Prewott, Ariraaa.
tr'rioi eatnrda't IWIt.)
Mir.lTAJtr AND INDIAN XEVS, DK.
PAHTMKNT OF ARIZONA.
. Order Usuctl yesterday from dcrirtmnt
1 a . "
Headquarters read ai followa :
Firet Lieut. W. W. Fleming, 12th Infantry,
is hereby rcliercd from duty at Camp Molt"
A. T.. and will nroceed. without ilnl.r
join his proper station, Camp Ikale Spring.
Lce of abicnce for thirty drtyr, is Lerc
by granted Firwt Lieut, J. II. Hurst, 12th
to headquarters of the army for n oxtr-.tnn
of eleven months. Leave to take effect atxin
the completion of the duty for which L it
f'rota ittiwluf't Ial1y,l
Gcncml Crook and his Aide. Lieut ILm.
will arrive at Verde sometime to morro.
Colonel lloeer Jones has been maVihi? n
very careful inspection of Fort Whipfli and
the depot. Ho will leave, here about tlrn
middle of the week, on a visit to the other
posts in the department.
1 lie cuapcl at Inpple was not dedicated
yesterday, the walls being a yet very damp.
Next Sunday, wrvicM will be hnlil.
Lieut Oeo. 0. Kton, 5th cavalry, arrived
at Whipple from Verde, this morning, on his
way 10 neaie Bitrings.
Tlio stc.imcr from Mohave which was to
have left for Yuma, on the 1st inst., has not
yet reached the latter place.
Piotuing new irom any or tlio scouting par
tics in Southern Arizona.
THE DAILY MINEll.
Being desirous of Increasing tlio circulation of
tLc Dailt MtsiBtt tlirongliout tue ierriuiry,
Southern dlllornU, New Mexico aud elsewhere,
I bave re-loceil prlcrs at which the paper I'l
hereafter be furnished to persons, hy raall, uutll,
tin, ihev are bnt a trifle hlchcr than rates al
which nubli'hera of dallies in Southern Callfor
nla mMI their nuhllcattons, and from which 1
Awe not look for much profit. I do, however,
hone (or such an Increase In tbo circulation of
the Daily Misen as will enable me to run It with
some profit to myclf and the Territory.
At tircjeuL sll my energy and resources are
taxed lo the ulmott to make 'cuds meet," but, I
do not sppcal to my fellow-cltlrens of Arizona to
atucrlhc lor the Dally, became It Is an Arizona
Dally. the only one la the Territory. Not at all
I want no man's nam or money who would feel
that, hv subwcrlbinz for the paper, be wnuld
merely, be doing a charitable, patriotic act, as
consider the paper, with Its prcUy full Ulcgraphtc
reports : Its devotion lo county and Territorial
nsws, etc, well worth the small sum of fifteen
creenhsck dollars (whUhary not dolltrs) a jeari
V v . . a . I
Nr.w VoLUMcs-Thc 6n Diego, Cal., Dai
Jy Union commenced its eighth volume, on
Iarch20. Wo have no fault to find with
the Union, on the contrary we enn well af
fonl to say that it is almost everything that
a first elms ilailr ouzlit to bo.
The Pioche fNcva'da) Daily Record, haa
also sUrtcd on Its cizbth volume. It is a
large, handsome, well conducted sheet, with
out which Pioche would not be Pioche.
P11ESC0TT, ARIZONA, FHIDAX EVENING. APRIL 10, 1871.
Tlio following are condensed from our ex
Bherlll 8mlth, of Mohave county, was recently
at Han Bernnrd no, Cal Thewlfo of Lt I'hclps,
8lh cavalry, died Kt Hajard, Nrw Mexico,
: "rc ' '.! Tu0 Ban Ilcrnardlno Ouardlan of
oi.i, auivs mat ii
nan icu lor Arizona.
C. Iilrnnl. itt-nllit.
It fllfilnriiMii1. dim
A Man Dlcco drru hai
tory to Ukc vleB.-Ii.ii.crsncM, Ca Is "building
up, Hr.Jai Orniit anil wife have trot back to
Infantry, with permission to anr.lv thm,,; ' x ..a"T T?e OnwonUo, I'orttand, Or-
hesdouartcrs militarY division f fh l m,?" i 5," " ,t""' aP?r- A"1'.
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lrom TartHlajr s Dally.)
IJcut Pardee, 23d Infantry, and wife who
were passengers on the gulf steamer, arrived
last night at i uma, as aid also A. A. Sur
geon NcwJand. Lieut Pardee was in corn
manu ot a detachment of fifty-six recruits
for the 5th cavalry. Dr. Ncwland is ordered
to Camp Apache. Lieut Pardee joins his
company at Grant.
Lieut Woodson, 5th cavalry, wife and child,
Lieut Ileyl, 23d Infantry, and A. A. Surgeon
W. K. Day, arrived at Whipplo last night.
Lieut Woodson leaves this week for Tucson
Lieut Heyl and Dr Day belong to Camp
Lieut Katon starts for Delc Springs this
Colonel Jones has nearly completed his in
spection and will probably make a tour
through the department, commencing at
It is reported that Snrgeon Magruder.
Medical Director, contemplates a trip aroun
General Crook and Lieut Host, A. I). C,
niiflit to reach Vertlc to-dav. A tclecram
--!--- . .v
from lucson tars tuey were to leave urnni
on the 30tb ult., cowinir by trail via San
Lieut llcvl. recently assicncil to 23d In
fantrr. and a oarty of roung officers ordered
to Arizona, mule the trip by the Isthmus
route, which is again growing into favor on
soeaual of the a now blockade and other tMs
comforts to be anticipated on the Pacific
To-day, the army appropriation and rcduc
tlon bill comes before the House for discus
sion. Many of its provisions arc of a sweep
ing and radical character. o that many im
noriant modifications will doubtless be made
cr flio bill becomes a law.
Maior Chandler. Colonel Dodge. CapUin
Iitifiif and Lieut Kins' are now rn rosfct for
Prcscott and may bo expected here almost
any time this month.
InatIV ntrw tinn.pi imJ.... a.n.
ta Ye, New Mexico, nut flm r...nni in ..,.i,,i
.V"?.1 . A fhootlnic much hS been
arranged between Jas Ward, of Canada, rhaoipl-
v.., .uu ii- a. i ainc oi cw Vork for fWW a tide
and the etiatnp onsblp of America. Ii would suit
u. ii me wouiuconie to Arizona and take for
marks, Ij rig Indian agents and bad Indians.
The Los Angeles Herald siys that the lots of
siiccp In thai Bute during the pant winter hy the
snows and cold v-cathcr will fully balance the In
crease for the year. Drive toioe of your sheep to
Arizona, wnerc tnuws and cnld will uot (Meet
them. Ltnperor William It nasi 77. J. C.
Dunn, formerly.or I'rracolt, is circulating In Col-P13'10-
-Mr. C. T. llayden hat purchased goods
In San Francisco, which he will bring to the Tcr.
muij ujr way oi nan uicgo. "Ubaiigc" !'
scarce In San Juan. Utah stock arc dying of
cold and buujier. Another Tucson merchant.
nr. i. ijoniucrir, is in Han Diego, with a train to
tike goods to Tuwon. He told the Union that
steamer rates, etc., to mouth of Colorado river,
inipeueu nun to seek this quicker and cheaf.tr
mode. One or Lt. Wheeler's parties Is coming
to Arizona, this summer, to survey.
EXTUACTINO Hll.VEIt l-HOM I.r.il). Tlir? P.rkra
silver extracting process will rny when others
wilt not. It Is conducted as follows; The lead
Is quickly melted In Iron jmu that will hold from
ten to twelve tons of the metal. Zinc Is then
thrown In, In three tucccstlre doses, and the
wbole ma thoroughly mixed with perforated
Iron ladlea for twenty or thirty minutes. The Are
U then removed and dampened, and as the metal
slowly cools the sponge rises to the surface, car
rying Ibc Diver with It. The spongy crutt that
forms on the surface Is removed and the metal
again heated, more zinc added, and a second
The snonce or crust contains tho zinc, silver.
lead and oxide of other mctats. From It the sil
ver It .cparatcd by the following refining opera-
lion ' it it Dial licaleil in an iron veanel. when a
creator part of the lead liquifies aud separates
i rom i ne mast, inc resiuua it tlieu treated ac
cording to one of four methods: First by hy.
drachlorVc acid, cornincnclnr with a low temper
ature and elotlcg with a strong heat ; facoryJ, by
volatilizing zinc lu blatt tumaces with coke, sand
and puddling clay f third, by driving steam at a
high temperature through the melted sponge;
fourth, by dittnilng on the sine st n white 'heat
In the presence of coke In slleslan retorts lined
with tome carbonaceous tubtancc In all these
methods the rllver remain In comhloatlou with
lead, from which 11 Is readily separated by well
Mone or Samtmxo Ones. The Helena (Moo-
tans) Herald dctcribes the method of sampling
ore, at the furnaces In Montana, L'tab, and Ne
vada, as follows : "l int, evrry nrteenui snovei.
fu! from a wsgon load Is kept separate. That pile
It well mixed and tbtn divided by meant of a box
with no bottom thai It, the box Is placed on the
floor snd the ore poured over the aids from the
point of a tboveL The lnttde pile Is served In
the same way, until by repeated operation It I
rrdncfd to the combaaa of about oue shovelful.,
The ore lo the mean time Is reaoeeo u raUJ
flnenrst by poondlng. The amy irom iaa suov-j
elfnl rrmcrallr comet within ten per cent. f
worMoK proectt, and then incidental lotses mutt
be subtracted, snd those Jostcs sre larger than If
frnrrallr intirxnpil ! ltt Interest on money la-
vested lu ore and fluxes: 2d, waste In yard of
ores spd fluxes ; 3d. lost time on stocks and mis
WtlCELKIt's 8CBVBTS IX AlllZOSA AXT) CoLO-
LETTER Fllfar T1HUNIX.
Phoenix, April 2, 1871.
Brother Rccdcr, assisted by llrothcr (Jill,
of this place, has Ix'en holding a two-day
meeting every night for alwut ten days,
preaching to and praying for those who, to
me the elegant language of Hro. Jicclcr, are
"hovy with sin and rotten witu disease."
Tliut far not much luck has attended the
Rev brethren and none have sought the 1ord
save'two or thrco little girls, wlicsc passions
or s'im could not have troubled them much.
The hardened old sinners of Pbumix have
thui far withstood the artillery of the Lord
as fired by chic! engineer Rccdcr, but he
still continues the siege and threatens to
fight it out on this lino if it takes him all
summer. He has good attendance and that
encourages him to proceed.
On the 11th inst., the delegates to the
Democratic Territorial Convention are to be
elected in tills county. We elect by dis
tricts nl by ballot. Borne little stir is uiadc
by the friends of the several candidates or
gentlemen named for the honor of defeating
I am informed that the Ring here ( Demo
crats) have also selected a portion of the
county ticket already, to wit: Ormes for
shenll, Johnnon for recorder, and John
George tor treasurer. If this be so, it is bet
ter than the common run of "ilinir' nomina
tions, as tho gentlemen named are all worthy
and competent and no "scallywag" among
The river keeps up and is not yctfordablc.
Court sits next week and we have "nary"
criminal, and no grand jury will be called for
the term. It seems as though we arc going
backward, i'very other term of court we
have had a grand jury and plenty of crimi
nals. V hat lo you think about It I
It is said that the Starrar Itros. have struck
some very rich ruck in their raineback of
Sacaton, and it is rumored that John Smith
is about to take hold with them in the de
velopment and opening of tho mine.
A farmer who lives near here came in last
week with a lot of chickens for sale, and
finding the market dull, put them up to be
shot at. lue chicken to be shot at was
placed in a box aud the head drawn through
a bale and exposed. Shots two bits, and
when tho head was hit the raarktman took
the bird. Distance 40 yards. He says it
wai not a good peculation and be don't
want any more of it in his'n. Good for our
There was a fellow hero thought he would
?'o into cotton raiting and sent to California
or seed. The seed wat finwarded by ex
press (75 lbs.) and arrived Rifely as far as
Harden' ferry, where the stage upset and
the teed went rfws Salt river. That fellow
was mcl I have sent for more seed, how.
ever, and intend to try it on if possible.
To-morrow night we will have a "hop" at
tho sehool-bous. and we old fellows will
The Territorial lioard of Education havo
ptMirtioncd tho Territorial School Fund de
rived from the following sources, viz
C'uli fin hand.
Aunortioned on the following basis of
number of children as taken by census Mar
have a chance to trip the "light fantastic" In
... V , f i. tii.. :
twtnrany witu young gins, oi wuicu ina-mi
wiij.ui.j j n o ,
carfboasta goodly aliare.
Varafal Cvrinty, ..
Maricopa Comity, .
Yuma County, . . . ,
lluhar. County, . . .
.... as "
the several coun-
Amounts divided anion:
ties upon tho above basis as follows :
Y.mpsl county, .
M.rfcvpa ronnt y,.
Muhav. county, . .
Total, . .
FtooniNO thk Desc.iit. A writer in the
Daily Star, of ln Angeles, doubts if tho
benefits that might be derived from flooding
nortlon of tho California desert by turning
tho course of the Colorado river, would com-
nensate for tho injuries tliii course would tn
fiict upon Arizona, hy destroying the present
water way to the Gulf jf California and,
ncrhans. nutting an end to the tiwn ot i u
ma. Ha7ing read many theories regarding
the chance ffor the better) which Hooding
the low desert would effect in the climate of
this entire southern coast belt of country, we
should say that, were the public certain that
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tile CliangC would purely come aim conimuc,
they would, we feci sure, Ukc chances on all
damages liable to ensue, since, with increas
ed rainfall, irritation throughout western
Arizona and southern California would scarce
lv be necessary to the successful raising of
all kinds of fruit, jrrain, cotton and other
As to the doubt expressed, of the ability
of the Colorado river to fill up the now wa
tcrlcss bflun once a part of the uulf of
California there is, in our mind, not a shad
ow of doubt.
Business & Professional Cards.
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-ATrLAW,
Will KtlehU rruriuoa la all tue Coarti of IL.T.rrltor j
if. n. CAimrru li. il CABTlza, itu
H. II. CARTTER & SON,
Attorneys and Counselors at JLaw.
Pre.entt, Vavapal County, Arizona.
Will atUnd to UuIixu la all th. courts of U Territory
J. P. 1IARGRAVE,
ATTORNEY and C0UN8ELOR-AT-LAW,
Montezuma street, Pretcott, Arizona.
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
joifrr a. Rusir,
Attorney at Ist.y,
Fhurilx, Axizoaa, - u
Will nrktly attraa ta aH tmlacu .otruatwl to htm', ii th
..T.ral CourU oi Ilorrl i. th. Territory.
Frsapt stlestfaa gives to CoUecthms.
J. E. McGAFFRY,
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-LAW
Mala Street, Tueasa, A, T.
J. N. McCANDLESS,
PHYSICIAN AND SUUGEON,
UA1e, .Vorf h Hide ol Flaaa, PreeatS.
HENRY W. FLEURY,
Justice of the Peace and Ifotny Pntlic.
WJf. A. HANCOCK,
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
Hlank D.claraiorr Ktataatcalo,
And Irral niankt of an MwU. Bills taXittiti pnmptij
rbaralx, Maritof Co. Arlaoaa, Jan. 9th. 1S7S.
Attorney at JL a. w ,
Phoenix, Maricopa County, A. T.
OBW, in tb. Kewt Dtfot, on th Wert ltd of ft riaia
EcnorBsw CaiiTStw The New York Herald,
peaking of the dependence of Amrrlcau enter
prise ujion Eurojuon captul, remarks; "It Is
not wc neat year or Ibis year who III be begjrfng
Korope lor money, uuirainer r,orope uwi win
he teekln" eintilovmeut for Its sunlus capital.
The money rata Is low now lo alt the European
cculrea. The payment of the French Indemnity
drew onl of liWlnir an cuormoos amount of coin
that had been withdrawn from clreolallon for
ycnis. That money remained still out of clrcu
fatlnri rlnrln'the nrocess of re-colnasx. trot It Is
now rapidly coming out again tn pajmcni tor iuo
extenilve military ana navai tou ucrraany i.
eugageJ In, and Is returning to the oank centres.
The Hank or France already begun to tliow as
enormoot Increase of coin, and the Bask of
. a - t ...tt Thl. m wwt f
seek reemployment. Turkey, Ecypt, Honduras AMCti8HCr n MNIlSHtH
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR - A-T-L AW,
ViiKstl Park, XeksTs Csesty, Art was,
Will aUvtxt la Wiral trmlDCS. Is ail th
Yerritoryi nat. cuMeetbMM, te.
eoarls f tt
J. L. FISHER,
and other conntrle do hot-oSer the aame sjtesntr
lieece tue mosey win
MsarvitLK, Arizona, April 3, 1874.
To th Editor of Uu Arizona Miner:
I have not written for sometime past, ow
ing to tbo scarcity of news in these diggings,
hut the Colder prototypes have given me an
item by visiting Wra. Itowo and Joseph Cor,
. . , i . i . ;
01 tuts place, a low uays since, aim taking
'0. D. Oast, once a member of the Arizona
JLcgitlaturc, now of Nevada, was in San Iicr-iwu-dino
recently, and told the editor of the
Guardian that New York and other mining
.districts on the other side of the Colorado
trivcr. wcro fast filliui: with people. The
rmincs in those districts are good. Rrighan
Tfoung, according to Mr. Gass, is anxious to
connect them with Salt LaWu city by rail
road. Tho "local option" law" or California, gives
the inhabitants of any place the right to ac
cept or reject mm shops and rum sellers;
that is, provided a majority of voters Tote
against the sale of spirituous liquors.
A photographic view of the San Diego,
Cal., telegraph office, sent us by Mr Ellison,
shows the building to be neat and well fitted
for the business. Our friend, Wm. E. Smith,
in charge of tho establishment, has a place
in tho picture.
The Monnr. A correspondent of the
Tiocbc (Nevada) Record, says that agent
Ingalls, of the Muddy Indian reserve, had
returned from (he States and wos allowing a
desire to pay his debts. The whites had
about all left the reservation.
Tub Daily Amzoxa Mixeu has completed the
first three months of lu extttesec, with good
prospects for the future. Wo lob pratu late the
proprietor aa this favorable eoudltlou of hUcn
ferprlss. Tho Arizona Mi.ikr Is an excellent po
rter, ana bt done and Is doing much to place the
undoubted mineral wealth of Arizona In tho po
sition lu real merits demand. IHrcord, Pioche,
Dr Rcagles, ol Camp Bcalo Springs, Mo
have county, who is now here, informs ns
that ha recently visited Maynard mining dis
irict, in bis county, and found tho owners of
me Jicueary and Hidden treasure mine
busily engaged in rnininir ore. which they
were sacking, with the view of shipping It
to Dan rrancisco. The jjr lias a vory goou
opinion ot these two mines.
Their' owners arn mimf rnrf Ine tmulrni.
intending tn work their ores by this process.
"Wo Lave now in operation in the Minkh
oiuce one of J, K. Rukcnbrod'a newspaper
mailing machines, which does iu work well
and quickly. It aavea a great deal of writing
PAYiyo Up. Vant of means to defray ex
penses of running tho Mixua office com
pelled as, a short timo ago, to call upon sub
scrilcrs and others for " back-pay," some
tTdng wo would not have done but for the
absolute necessity of our case. Well, it
pleases and makes more indelliblo the good
opinion that has alwava been stamped upon
our mind Ol tue UnnCSlY Ol Anzonau'v vicii
in the most pinching times, to be able to
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State lliat OUT OIU pairona niu ujuuub .yj
.1.1 ilnw Imt sure, discbartrina. in many
nwi. two and three Years indebtedness. In
niir raireer as editor and nubliiber in Arizona,
. . . . ...... i . .
wo havo lost thousands ot dollars oy uusi-
!. men vhn have left tho Territory, ami
who never were Arizonans, in the strict
.nmn nf tio word. Wo have now on our
KsuA-i orn- four thousand dollars, irom
trliir.b veo hone. soon, to rcalizo sulllcicnt
mmir tn nav our debts and some to cxiicnd
on making both editions of the paper better
and mure worthy tno support, oi inmi.
TmnK. A. T.. March 2G. 1874.
rn,mt Abimvi Minr.a Hm: We
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linr at TllCSOIl WOUIU IIKC H Kim
" " " "- .. .. T.
how you are off for matt matter up nv i rc
cott. and whether you have monopolized the
nineteen man bscks conwunni, n
matter which accumulated at San Diego lost
I, rtviirnan and from whtcu we nave
m. !.!inc kiticA and which was left Iks
r" . . , -
i.t.i . ,l,n iimn niir nuartcnnasier ten can
unit. - ,
DieL'O. As wo only get our regular comuic-
f m.H liKrn and sometimes not that.
as the mail yesterday brought nothing from
California), wo woum ukc io 'u
thing about this back mail of 19 sacks.
6 M. JL DirmcLD.
Major, Northern Arizonana are and have
been pretty well off for mail matter, although
they haven't had any of yours. Perhaps tho
flood in tba Ban Diego river
tho 1 raall SAeka you allude to
Salt Rivk VAixnr. Letters from this
vallcv, published in yesterday's Mineb, say
that" the Apaches have been raiding on
farmers living In theWnHy of mrt
little village, JIaryvillc. The tbjeves took
every animal owned by one poor farmer.
AVondcrlf Government, whoso duty - It Is to
protect the Jives and property of all cIhmm,
will ever do so? It ought to be made my
for all such losses as tho one above alluded to.
RAW.-ThoexrdIilon mules, all that h
possessed, and, from the latter, one horse.
Tills is certainly rcry creditable to that O.
6. fossil. . ...
Is it not time for another fraud to be lois-
ted upon us 7 One that will come here and
"chin-way" with old 32kiminzin rf. ol. and
then go to tbo "city of magnificent distances"
tod be investigated for minor otlcnccs, com
arittcd prior to "the misdnn" to tho gentle
ind inotlenaivei t) Apacucs.
Tho jolitical cauldron is beginning to
eetlio and almost bubble over. Men wUb
nfluence, and men without, are nwiiing
ibout as frantically as a discomflttcd pitmlrc,
jrging the claims of their respective friends,
tt'i.ot rannot be dor.c orally is done by the
.on. I do not think that many are looking
o'tho right direction. For my part, I shall
tdvocatc the claims of tome man who resides
vkrt. cf tim nn.i. tir this, more anon.
' rt m.lifMl down to Phoenix vestcrdsy, and
hile there ssw "Jlob," who was looking as
eird as tho Celtic ghosts of Sir Walter
lo.-Iral .nrreTt west of the one hundredth torrid
lan, of which parties under the charge of First
Lieut Geo. it. Wheeler have becu In the Held dar-,
lag Ibc 1H four years, will as soon as final ac
tion shall bo taken by Cooaress, resume opera
tion In tlie neld in Arizona ana oiorano. uue
party will bo designated to protccnt a.nrrey
over the unfinished part of Arizona, situated be
tween the parallels of 80th and 371b degree 30
minutes north latitude, and 103 degree at mm
ntcs and 1(W degree 15 minutes longitude wett
from Greenwich. This vicinity promltes a rich
snd Interesting field. The work upon the aUo.
nomlcal baae will be resumed, ana sncn asiro
nomlcal partica a the appropriation ahall allow
win iu run. in irifl ncm irom iuu uuw itiimi
lalance. Such Held parues at can ts orcsmzcu
In view of the amounts available, will alto take
the field prior to the ttt of July. The onlec
force wlIU as utnal.be kepi w coniiani opera-
tlon. f.Han Diego Union.
rtr.i-u Mm ltwins. The Rotslan Hirer
fCallVornla) Haff, of the 12th IntL, gives this tad
Intelligence; m .
William Melton, ot lUis piacc, u iuu.b u.
IcUcr relved by him front A. L. Boggt, an
nomidnc the death of his mother, Mrs tsoptm
Borr. which occurred In Woodland, ioio coun
, OH, ,in ;m nr th;. .nontli. Mrs BOLift came U
.t.L hi,i in 1VO with her hntband from Boon.
ni. vfionnri Aftrr the death of Mr Bo;
uhlcb occurred at Sonoma In 1S57, she removed
to Hcaldthurg, where she lived for tome twelve
years. She was dearly lieloved by all who knew
her. and those who knew her best Joved her mote
Many beart will be saddened to bear of her
death, and her memory will long be chcrlthed by
a hottof frlendt.
Tho subject of this notice was the mother
of Theo. W. Boggs, of this county and Tcr-
I During the week, ending to-night, tho fol-
Wwinrr tu'ons havo visited Maryviile: Hon.
zz.a . V.. a r. v. Mmm. Misa NeHie
U, i. -rf "
Wctteru friends wilt
as doe the United States.
prarltate here, and If our
only pocs their souls fn patience for a few galggroom. North Side Of FlaZS.
months longer, the chances am they will have all 1 "'"'" -
the Inflation they waut wiinout increasing me
eurrenej." J. QOLBWATJSJi at JOU.,
The Cougrcgational church is pronounced J Wholesale Dealeks,
the only free and indepv'cat church iu the rorw.rdise and CsKHUMien XercaJite,
United States, its principles being eminent
ly republican. These acta arc deduced from
the result ot the recent controversy oeiwccn
the churches around New 1 ork Uay, wncn
dictation to Plymouth, on the part of other
churches of the denomination was success-
. . . . . .... .
full.- nnncimi hv itxtchcr aria dis comirrca
tion, who have established their right to
manage their own aiiair.
ciiniT..r. Mr. John Osborn. sister and oroiu
tr, of Phcenix; Hon. John Smith and Lieut,
Chas. Uay, of Camp McDowell, and twenty
ethers, but the list is too largo to give in full.
it. livkwoml. 23d Infantry, ar-
.i...t lio'm from tho East, on the 30tl of
March, and left next morning for Camp
u.ra-c.!! tn trhifh nost he has been as-
rigned for duty. Mamac.
C. T. Ilavden. of Havden's Ferry on Salt
River, was In San Diego. Cal., on the 24th
ult, with his train, and left on that day for
the Tcrritorv. Icavint: his wagons to be load
ed with merchandise for Tucson and other
txiinta. Tho San Dicso papers Inform as
that there were isa tons oi Arizona ircigut
in store there waiUne transportation. So
much for high freight on the river route.
Sam Joan. A letter from a San Juan
miner to a friend in Pioche, dated Del Norte, i
Pebruary 2fl, gives a doleful account of the !
r-nnditlonVyf affairs at that place. He says
it is no good place for a poor miner; that
he has nerer seen a country where there are
so many broken men, and that. ho intends to
tret out ot it as soon as he can. The snow
was 1 1 feet deep at tho mines and the cattle
were dying qi aturration.
Dorainick Tarpey, who has recently 'doiic'
Arizona, fhavimr actually traveled Irom
Pioche to the Colorado river), expresses blm
.elf as not well pleased with this Territory,
He heard an Indian story or two, ami tne
SILSDEE 5t BROMXEY,
House and Sign Painters.
Paper Hangers and Glaxierf,
At Svr cartagena Old Staad. Granlta Stoasrt.
CHARKINt DALE STATWHi
Four .Miles East ef Camp IlKIttl.
Vrrr mJUbx WATER, I. abaadaae. HAT AaV
muI flRAIX al wart readr tor IiimIm.
n. u. tuiuciwo. r
T. B. Castcs XKTi LaIj v. feferUtMdtahv
J.euarr. It Ii
Telegraph line between Maricopa
and Tucson repaired yesterday.
Harvard says that "enquire" is right, and
ie says it is "inquire."
Corundum is a rare mineral, almost as hard
as the diamond. The principal mint of this
substance is In Pennsylvania.
A Good Answer. A Sunday School teacher
Htely asked one of her pupils, a little boy,
whether he was a Protestant or Catholic, "Ho,
taa'am," be replied, "I'm aa AmericanC
Marlcop county is fortunate In having but
Uttio criminal business for District Court,
and unfortunate in having so ifj"
citizens afflicted with po litTesj in he head.
Saturday next, her
will elect delegates to county and Territorial
The city of Hew York has done well by
voting 81,000,000 In aid of the Ifuftlo.n
whiah is to take place at PWW'pWLn
1876. Nothing small Jjboat New York.
Ilotr are jou, on this "lay" Boston I
TccoMteii BiieaitAx on tub Lianr Fastas
TIC. The General It au odd geulut, yet a great
favorite with old and young. He Is extravagantly
fond ot dancing, and some one wittily rfSif jic. :
"He sever lr lower than the back or a chair,
or higher than the chandelier." Ho Is thoroughly
ungraceful, hot enters Into the pastime wllb each
rralrcllib and earnest enjoyment that one Can
crcinc hi. vaiklnir half wav un one's train, or In
the height f hi delight carr) fng the greater por-
tlon or one's prctllest flounce half way acroia the g''
room. or In tho 1-anccrs, for Instance, pcr.ttently
polnir tho wrontr war lu the craud chain, thereby i ToUl
cautlng the root laughable confutlon, and ttie
entanglement of bis lower proportions In the
tnrrouadliig floating dtapcry of the tudles. lilt
wlfo and daughters disapprove of roand danclcg,
and he one day said to tno: "I wish we had
dancing at our home I like to tee young people
skootlng around. Cincinnati Gazette.
IfTccumseh will come to Arizona, Gen
Crook and ourself will do our utmost to drill
iuto his head and frame tho mysteries of an
Apache war danco.
Tublo showing tho quantity of rain and
hill at Camp McDowell, A. T., from govern
teV, 1873, to March 31st, 1874, as shown by
records at the post hospital:
.Vo. i.f Bum. jwai jhcium.
IAR AND IIUIAXI SALOOR,
Montexama Street; Coraer Charley.'
L. AUG EST AND BEST SALrOOK
JLV NORTHERN ARIZONA.
A. L. MOELLER, PraprMcr.
Kelly & Stephens.
AX tltAlXRS w. , . .-
jwor fellow was really Yery clad togctback BOOKS, STATIONERY,
to riocbe with the hair on nis leetii. rowit
Ylar ttltt arrival nt tl.n .learner Cocopah Oil her
latt up-trlp, Mr. Ncahr received two fine Angora
bucks' which be Imported from WaUonvllle, Ul
Ifornls, for James Peck of Mohawk nation, who
Intends to cross them with his flock of common
goals. These bucks are 15-lGtb pure blood, and
.... kM,tiir,,i.lmili with ihclrlenL' white. Silky
fleece. This Is the flrtt Introduction or the An
gora goat to be followed by others, as wo know
of seversl enterprising men who contemplate go
ing Into the badness. They are said to multiply
r.? hin ttinv havo tlio oiiDOrtuultv. and
Arizona Is the very country for them, trottcstlng
nj xn,. ail i ij i r mnM lut detlred for
tbelr propogatloa. Go Into this business wen or
Arizona who have Bothing eite io uo j merv
untold wealth In It. Yum Sentinel.
Tha Pioche fNevada Record has a new
editor Mr John Croylaad.
Late Magazines. The April Galaxy is
on our table. A hasty glance through its
contents satitfics ua that its April showers of
literature arc good. Forsale at Kelly s aie-
The Overland, for Anril b a very good
nnmber. Copies for sale by Messrs. Kelly &
Tobacco and Cigars,
Pamoy .Goods, Yankee wotiona,
SVfl4 fruit, Oardea Seeds, Ac.
TrwuO, Janoarr 18, 1873 ilfrT3f.
Comnanics of men who desire to build and
operate railroads are not now as exacting in
their demands upon Uovcmment as mnnciiy,
for which the country' y render tuanKs to
tho Grangers. For instance, a company wish
to i, niii a rallmnd from a noint in Ore
gon to Salt Lake City, Utah, asks hut the
small aid of 10,fXK) per mile, for which it
offers to carry U. S. MallR ana Army supplies
free, till their railroad shall bo no more."
M- 1 -
The smart Aleck who, on the first of April,
telegraphed an account of alleged, dreadful
crimpa committed bv the father of a family
ItvlnjE near Austin, Nevada, as an April fool
(,,1'r. .iioiiid l illacbarucrl and rewarded
T.. " a .7" . ..V r3 t.,-t II I. of
vilii K lift Mill si li lilt) ic ! ui lwnwssir
too sanguinary turn of inlnd to have charge
of a telegrapb onice m time ui peace.
Mr. T. W. Homes, of this vicinity, informs
us, that It-was not his mother, but his aunt
SnnbU rlf nf Mr. .Toff. Bocsrs. who recent-
lv dld In California. TheadWs mother
came to California in 1816, and, at last ac
counts, was enjoying the best of health.
Several naners havo copied our "buck-
board" article, and one, the Denver (Col.)
Tritium etnaes its comments with the fol-
.... , ...
lowiHg, to which we mignc as weti rcupoau, urocerfi,
...... . I
"The original or the backboard is aupposcu io
ive been Invented by tbo Inqublllon on the
Fort Whipple, Arizona,
Kf far fMt,
PrvrUtoru, Can Fruity CU&ing
darkttt day nf the "Dark Ages."
What says the
fJoott, Shot, Stationery, Fancy Govdl,
Tobacco, Cigart, tPe.
aEO. W. BOWERS, TreprUtor.
The city of Galveston, Texas, ha increased
its population 20,000 in the past three years,
and now numocra si.o.tj.
Eastern papers agree in stating that old
Viridn a and her capital. Richmond, are
gaining in wealth and population.
BUY YOU II
MEAT AND VEIETAK$
GRANITE STREET, PRKbCOTT.
. . . , . , . I Kat p!nlr of UAa, .ml ytw will Kxwb. Mitrou u a. ox
Tlio 1'ioche iiecorrj says mat. fiociio uc- &t aa bur. sod as stent.
coming as orderly and well conuuctea, ii not t"
quite as pious us a New Kngland town on a 1'mttM A"-
Chandler of Michizan has n resented the
joint resolutions of the Legislature , of tjat Xoca of Milling Claims,
laws so as to secure a free vxchange of news
papers and free circulation of country pa
pers. - .
roX 8ALB AT TBS MXHER OFFICTK.
fnfttu ot Mleet rtwoM o lK eoaatry wKk.
oat t trtly of the ittf aasay o4 cemel ra4ya4t