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FRIDAY SEPTBMHBli 11. 1S77.
OrtiWi P:por ot" Ynviiiwti -'ouj
C. I'. Craw. JiS Mntffrg ttrwt. Sen FrmmcUtm. M
cV A gtnt for tht A KUO v MtM is tkmt cttf. Hf u
autkonttd to citUrt mmrt 4mt tki$ ttUihmrml.
Uit orders for tfWrrrtKiM mmi atUnA to 1tr
lutitun dcroJnnp iijim Aim UVt rpmctatw
gen. icvUTZ-TiarTo i;i:tiii; Indians.
Gen. Kautz returned lht night from hi
extended trip to the northern ortiou of
the Territory. He went via Camp Verde.
Sunset Crossing and the Pnerea to Fort
"Wingate. Returning, he enme via Fort De
fiance, the Canyon de Chelly, the Moqui Vil
lages and San Francisco mountains, making
the entire journey in twenty -four day-, lie
prot.ounces the road from here to Wingate
x lino freirrht route for ox teams. A little
improvement on the Mogollon mounuir.b is i
riquired, otherwise the route is an excellent j
natural road. The hill from Reaver Head
jo the top of the Mog-dlon mountains is
not as difficult as that of Copper Can on.
He learned at Fort Wingate that the mili
tary authorities of New Mexico were mov
ing in the matter of procuring an appropri
ation for a military road from Fort Garland
to Fort Wingate, which is all that is re
quired to open thi new route of supply
irom the East to Preseott.
He found the route from AVingatc hack
to Preseott very interesting. He jMed
through a very large portHMi of the Xavajoe
reservation. iaw large numtars. of Indians
ith immense flocks of sheep and goat
and herds of hordes. At one camp near
the mouth of the Canyon de Chelly he saw
two or three thousand heep and goats and
several hundred head of horses driven to
j water hole at his camp. He went up the
Canyon de Chelly to see the remarkable
cencry, and found the Canyon Mtpulatcd
with Indians, having large eorntields and
peach orchards and thicks of heep ami
goats, and herds of hor-es. In fact, every
where that he met Indian they seemed to lie
industrious and thrifty. The Pnerca was
-.also quite populous with these thrifty In
dians. He found the Moquis also well to
do, with line looking crops of corn and
kcrtU of hccj. They labor under great
disadvantages for w'ood and water. He
thinks the .MoquN offer a line field for the
humanitarians and mi-.-iouaries who are so
anxious to civilize the Indian. Removed
50 a more favorable country, with their pres
ent industry and economy, they would soon
"become rich. Under present circumstances
thev have a hard struggle for existence.
The great difficulty throughout the whole
northern portion of the Territory is the
"rest scarcity of water. There i n living
stream north of the Little Colorado: even
ihai.-trenm adry where h eroMd it.
and for fifteen mile- I ng it- -ur-c that
Jie traveled above the Ca-xnde- lfore he
I,ft it for the San Francisco mountains.
"Wells could be dug in all the canyons and
valleys ."Utl water obtained within fifty
feet, and in ."tany place much nearer the
.surface. He aw munlwr of tine priu!-.
Tvhich iiowcvcr were aU in use by the Nava-
In the San Francisco mountain country
he aw and heard of many larjp bands of
sheep and cattle. Notwithstanding the
dryness of the season, the grass, is very fine
in'that region. articularly on the eastern
jidc of the mountain where no herd have
vet been. On the Little Colorado he fount!
7i n-oll traveled wamin road, evidentlv made
liy the Mormons. The party supplied I
themselves with all the turkey and antelope j
thev required in jasing along the warHij
road, without -toppiug t hunt. The Gen
eral rode in from Rear Spring ye-tenlay. '.
Lieutenaut Raird and A I Sieber. with train,
came iu this morning from Chiuo Valley, j
Hems from tlie Peek.
The partv thnt went to the Peck mine an
Saturdttv and rctitrnel on Tuesilay. an ac
count of wltosc trip we ivc el.-cwhcre, were
afforded every .ipportunity for examining
all the shafts, leve-t Mopes, etc . etc.,
throughout tlie e.tenie work?, aud ex
press tliemsclvcs as jerfec!!y delfghtetl
witli what they saw in the war of ore in
i;;ht, :is well as the evidences of perma
nence that tlie north tunnel is constantly
J)rinsin: to light.
3Ir. Gobiu, the forctiian. is a thorough
mfocr, and is doing a thorough job in this
tunnel, which is the lowest ioint at which a
leve'- ran be run that will drain the works
above the bed of the War Eagle gulch, from
a point on which the tunnel -tarts. They
Kre now in four hundred anil llfty feet on
this level, and the face is within fifteen feet
.f the oriciual or working shaft, the bottom
f which thev will tap within a very few
lavs at a depth of nearly four hundred feet
v t1, irfaee. and within a few feet of
the real base of the hill, at which point j
miners Uk for the vein to either clinnge j
its character or direction, though it is not a
, n.;.,! flint nv 'hmi!e will take olace.
Tlie vein thus far dips to the west, but it
-would not be surprising if when the real
aseof the hill is reached and the shaft i.--tink
below the bed of tlie creek, it should
change and trip to the east, or straighten up
and n down neurlv perpendicular.
Tlie face of tlie tunnel is now yielding an
excellent quality of ore. a- are also tlie
Hopes, and in such ipjnutitiet that the seve
ral pack-trains eugaired in packing it to the
JVztlau mill arc imabletokccp up with them .
One hundred feet above the tunnel we have
Ircen speaking of is another one north of tlie
shaft and from lc " to tliu f ,,cr .A
shaft wliicli is rfccuded by a ladder. This
upticr north tuuntfl wllftt ,s known as
tlie soutli, or Rigelow and Thompson tunnel
at tlie main shatt. so tliat one can go in at
tlie mouth of the lower north tunnel, climb
Uhc ladder a hundred feet to the pr one
-.and then follow it past the main shaft and
out at tlie south end of the Rigelow tunnel
At the jwint where the mine was discovered
bv Peck, thus pas.-ing entirely through the
i.:n ,.,..rir n filmland feet without coining
to the surface. All along these tunnel;; and
shafts with the aid of a candle the rich chlo-
riiliy? are seen. unmi-takaWe ImUi a- lo.juau
nitvand qualitv and convincing the mo-t
tfkeiitical that the metal i- there in a strong
2icalthv vein, that is not likely to diminish by
aevclopme-ut. Mr. Gobin estimates the
amount of .-ecoiid-class ore, now on the
dumps, and wliicli will not ay to pack, nt
2.000 tons, this is not a mere guess, but is
arrived at bv such immurement as he has
been able to make of 'be scattered piles, al
lowing twentv feet to the ton. 1 his ore he
ihas sampled and tested in ev-ry way known
no miners and although hi judgment is tha.
jt will work one hundred aud fifty tloHars
to the ton, be puts the figures at one hun
dred dollars, th - woum give a gross yiemoi
two hundred tli .u-md dollars for the second
nnw .ui iIm duinn awaiting the
,n.letion of the mill. P-V it costs n'JO
per ton to work it am! the dump as it lies is
Tvrth .UiO,000 which will go a long ways
low-iirds jiaving tlie expenses of the mill
smd road building in which the Company is
just now so extensively indulging.
-.......f rtniwiirrmwits have taken nlacc be-
tw-ecn the contending armies in Europe of
1 I . 1 . INlcctHHil i t ltd,..
late m which toe i"""""-1 nu,u
come out victorious. The jws, at Plevna is
now held bv the Russians which is consider
ed quite an important item as it cutsoffcom
munication lietween O.nnau Pasha's armies.
However, the next news from the scat may
change the. nspects to things uiaterually in
Iho land of tho Ottomans.
IlKIGll.VM VOLVO'S FrM'.KAL.
3.1,000 peron vUlt llir rriunlni
Salt Laki: Citv. September 2. An im
mense concourse of people Mormons, apos
tates and Gentiles, vi-itcd the Tabcrtiuclo on
Satimlnv, where the remains of the prophet
Rrighaiii Voting lay in state. Most admira
ble arrangements were made by the author
ities in charge to prevent confusion. Visit
ors were admitted at the south gate of the
Tcuiple block, entering the Tabernacle at
oie of the southeasterly doors, passing down
the centre alley to the main altar, at which
place the coffin was placed, almost covered
with flowers. Here, after being allowed a
moment's itniise to view the remains, the I
visitor was politely jvoiuted to an oen door
in the north side of the great building, a
means of exit. At this door a man was
stationed with pencil and jvtper, scoring the
cumber who flocked to see the great depart
ed while his remains were in the tabernacle.
The corp-e had Wen kept in a state of tol
erable preservation by the most careful ap
pliances. The face hud been uiiuted and,
as far as prar ticable covered w ith the "endow -mcnt
lobes" and cap. The expression of
the countenance was nunc natural. The
most complete preparations had leen
for the funeral services. The jndice force.
embracing the entire regular corps ot m
licemen and manv sjecial, were on duty
The block of the Tabernacle as well as that ;
ot the Lion House, was entirely
from the entrance of teams or horses by
ropes strung aloug all the streets o that the
entire street front of the two blocks was
given tip to edestrians. The city hose
companies were out early in the fiwenoon
and sprinkled the streets, walks and trees
in the vicinity of the Lion House and the
Tabernacle, so that the throng suffered no
inconvenience from dust. At the Taler
nacle the most perfect arrangements had
lieen made for the accommodation of the
multitude of subordinate Church ortieiaN
from tlie city and country, and considering
the large number of persons likely to claim
precedence by virtue of their official jnwi
tion in the Church, the general public were
well provided for.
UKMAKKS 11V WKLPOHD WOOPKCKr,
One of the twelve apostles, followed say
in:;: "We have lying before Ui the earthly
tabernacle of President Brigham Young.
His voice is hushed in death, and all Israel
hns to Ikhv and submit to the mind and will
of God. Israel will never tgain hear his
voice here in tlie flesh until after the resur
rection. I have no disposition to occupy
the time of this a embly in attempting to
eulogize the life of President Young. Hi
work, words and acts are recorded in the
heavens and on the earth, uad that is suffi
cient, and leaves to us who remain a few
divs thoe counsels, sermons ami
which have leen revealed unto 11s from the
mouth of the prophet of God. It will be
but a few days until a great many of it- who
dwell in thi-assembly Vill follow him. It
seeius a- though Jo-ejJi was anxiou-, alino-t, '
10 have with him on tite oiImt side of the '
' . 1
Veil aliuo-t all the men who associated and I
oihViaUtl with him in tlie fiesh. I do uot
supjKe tlicre was ever a man w ho, in 40
year-, hac done so much for the Kingdom
of tJod iu the a:e of the world as our le
lovod prie.-t. Hi- life has been Ivforemany
of you for many years, and before some
from the commencement of his lainirs in thi?
church and kingdom. He felt the weight ot i
this tli-;ensatioii restiug uion him. and he
certainlv has Iwcn true and faithful unto
death, ami he i preHred t n-ceive the
cnnvii of life. A I tout nil I want to do in
mv remarks is to exact of
this great ImxIv
of iieonle who Jndd the holv priesthood
tmt wri lui,r s we are left ftir a Cw iliiv: I
that we hoiild continue the work which has '
been laid upon his .-boulders and utton ours
Tlie Lord has given and the Lord has taken
away, and blessed Ihj the name of the Lord.
Hi great desire in the last year of his life,
as well as before, was erecting before he
passed away temples unto the name of the
lAn!, in that way ami manner that men.
bearing the !hIv priesthood in the fiesh,
could enter into tho-e temples and Hrforin
their mission. I u the work of redemption
the disposition of the dead Prophet has beeu , rfceive1 a telegram last night from Capt.
strongly manifest to all who have been i ac-; , commanding Camp Venle, bating
iiuantetl with linn. I rejoice that lie lived , , ' ,. , . . .
long enough to enter into the temple, and j "' the IudwM erclwcoming troublesome
attend to it dedication and administer tlie j at a place called Green Valley, on the head
oidiuance. I w ould say to this people that waters of Tonto Creek. Several hores were
may now rise up and finish these temples, j found shot with arrows ami three stolen and
the foundations of which are laid in this : drivau away. Al Sieler. Cap', of the Indian
city and iu otlicr places, that I-rael may ; scouts, was here at the time, ami tbi mom
enter into them and continue the work that t ing tlie General sent him to Venle with or
has been laid upon our shoulders to per- ders to Capt Porter to have the matter at
form. j tended to at once, anil to recover the homes
r.Konc.K q. cannon ; and punish the thieves if pntiple. Capt,
Snokeas follows: Xearlv four vears ago : Porter, with Al Sieber at the head of the
President loung. m com pan v with quite
. - .
a number of other Elders, wrote their in
structions. which they desired to have on
record, concerning their funeral. It is his
written request that his instructions on this
subject should be read at his funeral. I
shall now proceed to read them:
I. Rribam Young, wish my funeral ser
vices to be conducted in tlie following man-1
uer: When I brenh hit last. I wish my j
friends to put my body In uc clean and
wholesome a state as can conveniently be I
done, aud preserve the same for one, two,;
three or four days, as long as my body can
K- presorro! in good condition, I want my I :
cotlin made ot I'.j'-ijicJi redwooil board.-, !
not scrimped in length, but two inches lon
ger than 1 would measure, and from two to
three incites wider than is commonly made
for a person of my breadth and size, and
deep enough to place me on a little, com
fortable cotton bed, with a good, suitable
pillow in size and quality. My body to rest
in my temple clothing and laid nicely into
my coffin, and the cotliin to have the ap
pearance that if I ".anted to turn a little to
the right or left, I should have plenty of
room to do so. The lid can be made crown
ing. At my interment I wish all of my
family present that can be conveniently, and
tlie male members wear no ctajie in their
hits or on their coats; tho fdinalos to biiv
no black bonnets or black dresses, nor black
veils; but if they have them they are at
liberty to wear them: and services may be
ptWiniJIed or singing and a prayer offered:
and if aiiv of my friends wi.-h to say a few
wonlsthc'y are desired to do so. And when
they close their sei vines, take my remains
on ii bier, and repair to the ijtfje burying
ground which 1 have reserved on my lot,
. ... , i -ii i
ea-loltne wlti'e non-e on uir i aim in
thesouthcatt corner of this lot have a vault
built of mason work large enough to receive
my cotHin. and that they may place in a
box, if they choose, tho sumo a the coffin
(redwood i :" then place rocks over tho vault
sufficiently large to cover it, that tho earth
mi!it be placed over it, in as fine drv earth
as can be had to cover it, until tlie wall of
the little cemetrcry are hid, wliicli will
leave me iu tho "southeast corner. This
vault ought to be lofjfw) over with some
kind of a temporary roof. Tlioro let un
earthly tabernacle rest in peace and cor.
fart, and have a good sleep until the morn
Jif r pf tho first resurrection. No crying or
word mourlng with any one that I have
done my work faithfully and in good faith.
Provided, that If I should din anywhere in
the mountains, I desire !hc above directions
respecting my place of burial s!all be ob
served. Rut ff I should live to go lisek
with the C.uir-'h to Jackson County, Mis
souri. I wish to be buried here.
Signed1 Hiuuwam Yoiwr..
President of tlie Church of Jesus Christ of i
Gen. Crook, a veteran and Micccssful In
ilian lighter, says that the Indians arc now
as well w mod with breech-loaders as tlie
regular troop?, and lixtt hotter. This state
ment gives pertinency to the recent order ot
the President forbidding the aflie of arms to !
tho aavagei . ;
HOAll TO Tilt: KAST.
General Ivautz in of opinion that
has not had
protvortiou of the
been allowed by
Congress for the building ot military rmiU,. UMn Fsr,rV OM l1llwM11w,t
in the new territories. TU 15.000 appro-, M-oMw ,iorw " anl -or cortriKMi.lmt.
nrintetl two years ago lor .-kuii auej
Camp Mclwetl romio ueuig hip "my uuu
If it be true that we are eiumeu w m.rx -
tnoiipv. in order to put t
1 1 1 1 1 r ,
uiili iitlifr territoriet. in this rleet, thm it
, thm it
is right that we should have it, aad the Uen
eratrwho has jitnt returnedj from atrip U
Fort Wingate, is of opinion that a ery few
thousands, exjieoded on the road around
Stoncman's lake and thU side, wtmld mako a
tlrstrate freiglit roavl letwecn here ami Win
gate, and a General! latch, commander of
New Mexico, is making every esrrtion 10
have the road from that point to Fort Gar
land, the end of the railroad, put in goon
onler t will be seen that if by appropria. j head-hoar! telU the tory that ( Yackv 1 k no
thm or otherwise we can uccerd in havln mre NM 00 th other kle hU voice will
the road worked over the M-nrllon it will be heard, this side, we will hear it o more,
put us in direct rommunicatKWi with the Ri-tt m face. He had hi rnemit he
oat bv rail and wagon road, ami the lattrr cauae he aa. mortal. Let the rhftly of i
will not excactl five hoadrel mile in length ! tmce hi. "Ih hmmm. "
-in.... r.;iuiJ u nmiinttnl a lowarU
not bve that stream and eek an outlet to!
. .1 ii 1. ai m.
5Wl iorte, hrHwrnravei until U
i e to hort tin J"1 Fr
rcot.ic- ,.. -I'l" . "
If we da't ak for an appropriation we
are not likely to get it. and if we are enti
tled to it we'ought not to le diffident about
aayiajr so. Other lerriiorie ask and grt
what thev are entitled to have, ami we are
sot ot big bookies for not doing the
1 he .Mortiuin l'lurili.
At a meeting of apostle held at Salt Lake
Sept. oth. David H. Well and John W.
Yung were pre-cnt to take trp fr the
future management of the Mirma Churrb.
It wut arranged that the quorum of ajaMiteiea,
as next in order to the President, should a
sume control of the church. The meetiatf
was amicable and the arrangement prove)
satisfactory to all present and doubtleaa will
be so to Mormons generally.
John Taylor, the first of the apoatle. I
virtually the head if the .Mormon Church.
A committee was appointed to manage the
financial affairs until October Sth. when the
semi-anuual church conference will be hebl
and trustees elected. Two the Twelve
Apostle Orson Pratt and Jo. P. Smith
are in Knrope, but will return to Utah im
MKXICO V.VDTIIK I'NITKtt STTa.--
cum, Sejitember 1. The Journal's Wash
ington special .-avs: Senor Matu, Dtaa'5 ilfa
Uter here, hat written a two-column letter
. . . .
regarding the trouble lietween Metico and
the United Stales. He nay it i ot the
fault or the unw ii:ingnes on the part .f lite
Mexican Govenuent lint the treaty already
drawn up, ettliig dihleultie on the border.
has uot been siiH'e'. and that niG ttertnent
has -how n tlie firmest resolution to l i all
romimtible with the d.Ruity ofthe nation t-
fulfill its duties. Hi tiovernntent ha pr
josf,i measures, tlie reult of which will b.
it is thought, if not the nlolute treention
of the jierjtetration f mmw, to at leat pua-i.-h
criminals for crimes committed, which i
a- far ns the best ornnized society hat been
able to go
Kastkkn Sum'B. A vein ot' very rich rock
which appear to Ik- neiihei quaru nor spar.
Imt n sort of mahogany colored Uk, per
feet! v lou-v with bright free metal ic pld
lt.ri.vrnl uiutSiMi man be IVank t
Schultz in the Rrad-Jiaw mountain. J, ;
Drew am! ether
interested in the
discovery have pnx.urr! quite a numlier of (
Scciineii$ from it some of which havepear !
of gold running through them in the nhapc ;
of cow - horn, lliis strange discovery i
caliel the I-jistern Hok? ami preparntioo
arc being made to often tt up and
it amounts to.
Indians Stbm. Horsim. General Kautz
scouts, will be apt to make it warm for "Apa
General KauU, while in the fossil fields, in
tlie Little Colorado country, on his recent
trip to Wingate, made an interesting col
lection of petrified woods concretions anil
other curious relics of the effects of by -gone
ages upon ages on organic matter, undistur
bed except by the elements themselves.
The strange shape am! conditions into which
matter will torm it.-elt when left to seek
its own chemical affinities bv accident at the
sport or the winds ami rams nt untold nuni-
ersoi centuries aiioru a oasis. ior curious ami
Tlie Sheriff of Yavapai county has a notice
in this iisiie of tho .Miner calling tlie attent
ion of tax-payers to the fact that tlie tax
roll of Yavapai county has been placed in
his hands for collection, and if not Jaid by
the 2nd Monday in December they become
delinquent and fifteen per cent will be added
thereto. It will be well for lax-payers to
think of this important notice in time and
not allow their names to jhiss into the hands
of the District Attorney whoso duty coniie.s
him to add the 1" per cent extra and collect
the taxes through process of law.
Thk SrrriN'o Rum. Commission. Wash
ington. Sept .th. There was a conference
at the War Department to-day, participated
in by Secretary MeCrary, Evarts ami Schtirz,
General Lawrence and Colonel Corbin, Sec
retary of the Sitting Rull Commission. It
was decided that the commissioners meet at
St. Paul on the 12th instant. General Law
rence and Colonel Corbin leave to-morrow
for that city. Instructions arc prepared for
the conduct of the commission.
Shall the arm v manage the Indians? is
now tho question before the Adminstrnticn.
Thnt is rather too large a contract for the
army; so far they don't seem lo have been
successful iu anything, except in letting
Sitting Rull go. In fact it rather looks as
if the Indians had been managing the army,
am! that Sitting Rull became tired of tlie
job too much white man. St. Louis Dis
patch. In the early part of 1S10 Napoleon's at
tcntion was drawn to the mnjjiiiticrnt din- i
mnnds worn by n cortnin lndyj hu inquired
nho she was, and learned that her husband Immiohatiov Totaijs. Tlie wliolc num
was a tobacco manufacturer. In tho follow-1 tar f immigrants landed at Castle Garden
Ing Xovombcr a decree appeared wliicli an- j durini; 1S7J5 was 'Jl.7,000. The destination
nouncod that liis trado would in future be n ! f 00,000 was the State of New York; of 4-1,
State monopoly. It is so to-day. Tli're are 000, the Middle States; of !!),000, the West
MXtcen factories. cm and Northwestern States; of 2-1,000, tlie
' lauti-n ttnc .nil O IIOO 1 1...
Two fiunisl.e.1 children were lately found !
in a hallway in New York, bctidr a dead
jnothur who had starved to death. Thedonrs
of all tho most splendid charities in the city
were olois around tham, but closet.
GrccnliHcks are now worth, in Sn Fran
cisco, DTJj cents on the dollar, r within
'2 cents of the value of gold am! it would
ot surprise us to -ee them come to 100 cents
before the close of tin present year. t
i.uTTiru ritosi KiiitKxnr.uo.
Mk. KuiToit : The C. and A stage which
. . .. : i,wi
. fwsl Trrit.rv live ms
1 lair 1 'r,.w, 11 I tin rriiiav iiiiiir in iihi
good time, .Mr. Farley ll:
equal to nay emery ncy, and pxMUif( the
I , . ....
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1 mmw nreunwiHTi. it nrn n b ir:ani lua
farmer hwi of the lain 31 r. Wilwu. our
roach atopfira, al we were informed by
Mr. Timni email that we were all hU gtiwt.
and through Um etxirioy of our diiwr, w
were ailowcl aiuplr time fur diaorr.
1 thoujrhl. Mr. Editor, a the nty tirara
thai To and I had railed at ViiM Sta
tion for MHttetltitut to eat. liut the itil mutt
araa not there "The place which knew him
once will know him no more fnrvver ' IU-
' yoad the hoe there i a mound, and a rmle
i itany Tear ro 1 res m ureewn awurt'
lo lie very n. ""d the dealaen of akl
Inralllv mm im WHJil nf wmtm.
! have been in thU place tr twenty W
j w. Uormr that time bare been UnH-
".k. , ..1.
blv remicded of the
I, w hen
of Rev. Mr. Campbell, whta he beuurbt
the hyayera and editor of PieacoM to "See
from the wrath to come. If HaUe U
warmer than Khreuberjc I moat tiacerely
truat that I may never meet you in the
weet " bve and bye," where the tuatcurj
k 1 13 in the shade.
Mr. HowardV team atares to-day (br
Irerott. Several of Mil ten lea mi are here
wait lag the arrival of Uw boat from Yuma,
tilth I loaded with freight for lreott.
Oh. fr a drink of lrett water.
Matefoa mill will be on Torkry creek
in a hort time. I will aee that it i ahipfwd
before I leave thU place Jmlge Twenl i
generally commended lor the eatefirej of
Vance and Paftridgv. la the Utter nam the
people do not know that he had no option.
I will write you from Yam.
lia.MinQ, Sept. 10th, laTT.
Iter Daomtt i. John Ktlk, of Alevna
dria. picked up a tiara of or themt a pile of
fralena, throw n to itaelf, at U came out of
the north tunnel of the leck mine, a few
day apo, and offered to bet that it would
aaaay 10,000 t the too. W. A. Kowa tonk
him np ami they made n amall bet which
thev aftrrward doubled.
On Mmday morniaff C. C. Ham d !Ed.
l-k were abown the ore and Udd of the
In-t. and after rspreaainc their otdnJuo
it r.rhne-s wound op by 11 Una a hundred
dol'ar on the am proaitia. '
Ik-an a uinel that la-caue it w u found
in the salrna it waa buvvly cwniinaed of;
j ljA tUcnforc bet that it would not go
V.'yv. Blake, the anaynr, being on the
frmnd, wa entrusted w ith the r peri men to
make a careful aaaay.
He brought it home and jeaterday male
an aay of half the piece, which he re
peated ltd mortis:, rruabiag the whole
ample, weighing the pulp, on his aay
-a!eo. etr in cider to have it an urate to
the fraction of a rent, am! found 'Ate fol
low iag reault. $17,,03 to the ton.
How much more nwmey may hare
chiaged hands on the result of iid aamr
informed, but other were offer-
g to bet when the coach loft Alexandria
N it too I.lrv
On Saturday, Sept.
-Hunt In llrnl.
th, 1ST7. at 4 o'clock
20 minute r. m , perhaps the oldet couple
in the Territory were married by me, near
Itwrnix, A. T.
The old gentleman gave hi age 7. he i
active aa a Imv : rbeerfu! as a lark ! lull of
Irueinea. and very industrious. Hi- father
lived to the age of KM.
The old lady i 70, very smart for borage.
She cooks, (ami does it very nicely, tool,
araahe, irons attend to gen em I hou-ework.
Her maiden name was Moore. Her first,
second ami la-t husbands were Moore's. In
all, including flic present hutdximl, she 1ms
had six. Still, she said, "I will have
May their hooey moon dbtill sweetness of
life in every won! am! action, 'till their
great Creator takes them by the hand am!
leads them to a world of peace, to bo for
ever at home. A.
Pluenix, Sept. 10th, 1S77.
The death of ex-President Thiers isagrcat
misfortune to France, He lias fallen in har
ness in tlie eighty-first year of his active old
age. The leader of that Republican jmrty
upon whose tnightv slwulders rests the se
curity and welbbeuig of France, his death
may shake its internal harmony. In the face
of the great ivcri! that threatens France, it is
sincerely to be hoped that such a result will
not follow. The death of Thiers was caused
by apoplexy. His suffering were apparent
ly slight. No event short coup d'etat or a
Communist rising could have created so pro,
found an impassion throughout France.
Its effect on the present political crisis can-
j not yet Ikj properly weighed. Gnmbctta is
now without a rival in the Republican party,
but his advanced views are so alarming to
the Left Center, that the Republican party,
as a whole will probably seek to counteract
the evil effects of Thiers" removal, bv put
ting forwnnl Grevy, ex-President of the
flinmlinr fif Diiiittf ns n i,nrwl.l,.. 1V.
....... .-v . v. ... t. v.miiiiiuii; im mi"
. : . . l . , . i i
suci e-siwi in uie jircsiucncy, in me event ot
President MncMahon's retirement.
Iai of l.lfcaml 1'ropfrty.
Nbw Yokk Fiiik. Xew York Sept. 3d.
.1. 1. Hide's piano fnetorv on West Thirty -fifth
street was huriifd this morninjj. It is
rumored that ten persons perished. The
llaines extended to the poiith sido of the
treit, deNt roving tho cntir block between
Tenth and Eleventh avail tics; also M.Conn
elly's lwrrel frctory, J. Graham & Co.'s bilk
factory, and several douses adjoining Mitith,
witJi . I. Walker's clinrcoal factor;', north of
Uurty hfth street, and a block of frmm.
houses n Tenth avenue, between Tliirtv
fifth aud Thirtv-sixth streets. A steam fire
engine was burned, the llremcn l)eing unable
ii gei u uu in consctjuence ot wie intense '
toss or ritoi'KitTV.
Factories and otlicr Iiuildings named in
Thirty-tiftli street were reduced to ruins in
about three-quarters of an hour, owing to
the scarcity of water. The walls of brick
buildings fell from time to time with a
cra-h. In the confusion tiic vailing it wnsim
possible to obtain any details of tho loss.
The lowest estimate, however, is a million
dollars. It U renortod that many lives were
kZZ Z Zir
was MD.oSl. The destination of .12,-1-14 bein
" ' aa. ax, 4l I I I 111 111 104t
the State of New York; 22,030, the Middle
State; ."i(i,(;i5, tho Western and Northwest
ern States; ;i,r0!, the Southern States and
2. 1 fit), ('Hindu. In lSTo the total number
of immigrants wns !)9,0!)!1. and in 1870 the
total was IKt.nTO. IScribnor for September.
c TwciM u ro,v,rU(l ut ickcnbuP'
,ml Vitig quite unwcU.
SPECIAL TO TUB MIX JUL
WuahliiRton, Sopt 10,-Thero Is inuoh ui
dalnoH In Republican olrfllc. Iot tho Miml
uinkirliy In the Souute may lw ovaruomo m
ivol Mkv.1011 in WMliwr, u.v -.w..
I at Morton'-
... 1 . .!.. .
I ..i .Htlual iitdlfltmenU agaUiHt
i - i
RiehiHoiMl, 'a., Spt. S.-Senalr lUartl
ot lolAware is new here oiilluaUitlo over the
.bccom of Prwldetit liay-w'Southern 9liy
elaiiiilitg It to U thtf ortjcial Ilh?y of the
Dtmioorury, and that he bad taken pr
oenl. of tho Republican jwrty wJi bliu.
OilattUiwi4. SIt. Kshtn
ih. u. I r-wlav nuirninn. llitt twult a :
a ev " m
ywt is unk how ll.
New York, Swpl. is. The Tribune" corr
poadent from Salt I-ko pro!let the dwo
luuou of the Mormon Churoh.
sii 1'iwhm. SotK. !. RoWn. frwii
the .state ate not eowpha, bat lmleutea
IVMKeraUe mmy in oth UraHeha of the
IRtlatwr. Tke OotHwOHal Onnvowttoaj
atHar to he dafealod. intrs ir of lhi
eMv a ml: Sevan l vMHerttK and Hvelx-j'-pa'ver.
The Roanl X IdlueaUoa, U ta
U l enrtaia that Rodger- H1 ueMtami a re
eooat of vote. The Ctark's oe In a
Uleof Utg, awaKtn the awaowwuaaeea of
ik Kmooixw, Sept. H.-Mwma: "ea.
ekMt a flhw Alpha, III,: l'whor.
17,, : jl nd
M.ahuM, !'; MrAlaaaj, .n. iwo.
. ,i m. u v..l a.,
sUvT, VMKMI a; L.IAH, tin, iwir
Uohl, ?frmbaeki atnl vr Mnahnga.
JaekMHivdhs KhrhU,it. la.--The ftel
termtnatioM of the yellow fvr oa. at Kr-
deiMna euOMM eMaral eJioMetneMt ami alam
In all of ihe rtcipl town, of tho NUtte.
... . ... a . . . . . 1 1 .
Ik. wlrr, twlMt m
u iiAsiiniBD a ca
'I..... ,. !),
XltHrM A C fcfck? fmtTt4 Ik. I'm Hmr-
U..M-. I 1 HUf.-.. Alt MlfM mH k I
tut tM rl.l.
w. R Mil
Tm tr HurtVa - kh M lat Tr tut IHXI rsa
J k tmtm U ! H. ktf tkl tJ 1 M V
I Mr wrtk.fi to rrwrnl kl !k irvnirt mw.
Aar mm k lki khtmo kit kr UI dm wn
a4 lwk l ti.
To T!toc Interested.
C T. K4rrt A C Smb --M k Ik Pr-rtl
Mmm it Xwir MillU'" A Co. tk l; prnt$ 1m.
ime IkMHln tataUMnl U Ikr fine otC T Xtm A CX
! ml) mmI mIO tBf.iily r U wcwaslt will tw
rAMxt tk iMixt. U a rall1ir. Tk &tut f C. T.
fUy.r. A G.. 111 rar U ,UUt Jn la 11 !Uo,tf
lak. 1-T7. C T. IKK! BUS.
rfa3 O .M.LKN.
I)l-oltitioii of Partneiliip.
Thr virtrrfcf krr-tfiVT" rli.aK btw i-n Jfc J.
Mkri. V. MrConixU t l LetnW.l, I. krWr 4U
m!t4 Uy aabtJ fMKit, Tb will Im errW
k a.aal br 1 Lnori and P. llri.'s'J.ll
third district or akuona.
At mwa. tk. Mk 04 j- nt SVf.trmWr. A. D. 1
Tk mMlc?iff"l krbr ftv rxHioo t W n"'
mt Attira IL V. Cram. f trrtCt, iu
Cl; f V.tl, T-rrttoiy of Arlxwa, wlUMn uht
Mtrtat ka kw k it-tU'tr1! a hj krapt upon rmtati
af as af kU cr.llwr.: HOKIU.S UOLDWATEU,
p70r A ! .-
Xotice to Tax laycr.
Natlt l krbx Ib tkat Jb Tax rH af YaTapai
Caualy .tixl k)m th Tax rH of SImki1 dl'rtl N J. la
W tmiutr. forth yr JKTt. hT 1b hi my
ki tar mllrctlo. ami ibat U taxrt a. iWnta
ar ttttm Jn and arak; to tn at ror 9Sc In rrr.aMt.
K at futkl oa or hfur Ui cwoil MaiMlajr in l.w-t-r.
sxt. ihy ail) m rrtarnrd dHaot aixt ftftra
j'ar cot will aJJnt thrlo.
ED. K. IIOWKRS. Tax OU-tar.
Trfelt, A. T. Sj 10, 1ST7. wlO
Notice in llankniptcy.
Tht U to nt cfk tbat oa the lt day of sptmbrr
1577. a a-anaotlabaakmptcir wat ImqU flnt 0. A
.StrVrklaaJ. n( W'llllamtoa Vail-, in lb County at Va
apl. T'rritaryaf Annoi, nho ha hn a&j4grA a
t-nnknipl ua bU own ptltlim. that tb r;nnl trf ftay
tlfbtt ami llurr of any proprty tlooelac t
baskrapt. lo dim ct fr lil tu aot th traotfrr of any
pn'prl by him ar fnrb-ldn by law; tkat a thir f
"dltur. of lb alit baaknipt ta prov thlr db4
cbooormoreatiffa.orbiiUte, will fc
auil i" cwbw oa or mere wurB
hrlaal a court of Wnk-optry to t bM at tb omtt
ruom if IJ omrt In tb villnti. of ltwrtt. Co. of Yar
pal. Trrilory nf Aritana. bfura the Hon C. A.TwJ,
Jo.le of lb uM DlttrlfiCoort on j 25th day of
tmbr- A. D. 1877, at 10 o'clock A. M.
W. W. STANDKFEK.
Prxtt, tjfpt 8, 1877. Manbal -Mrneo.-f r
0. LINCOLN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETA1.L
DRUGGISTS and APOTHECARIES,
Uoml'M Ulook, J?roaoott, j. X.
Prescriptions put up Day and Night.
THE BANK 01- ARIZONA,
PRESCOTT. A. T.
JOV TtRtNDttsTMVof A. 8. Rmenbaom A Co. S. K.
Jt. MATof Urlnc.ton A Co.,
.SAJtfKL Utn of Unit IIr.,
sot-Lew if. , .
M. W. Ku..
i John j. Com-kr, .....
THE ANQU) 0AL. BATfX OJalted; . . .
Mestn. J. 4 W. 8ELIUMAN & Co. ... .
iu. -v 'Jrrv or1m,",, ""''" a roM or IITr bul
lion. T rrilorial and county bondi ao J warrant, divj ,unt
ror.mfrial p,r-r. rciT Jp,lU in old or" currocr
ryab.e oa drmand, undfrtaka collfc-.iont and trnaot
m it- r0 Vn,';FWIS' Prwltlent.
M.V. KAI.l.S, ChIiIit.
rrfcott, Ariions, 8plmbr 3, !E77.
On tbt I'law.
Saturday Next, September 15th,
Of Mr. J. Croii and otIiri, con!itlDp!n part of
Cooking Stove, Ucdrooin Set,'('arpot.s, Table
Hctldlnp, Chain, Tictures Crock
orywaro, Itrackets, Clock,
Sheet Iron Stove,
ETC,, ETC.; ETC.
.1. I.. I'IMir.K, Aurtl.inerr.
lTe9C0lt, Sitrmbcr 1. 1ST7. a
"piiiiSCOTT MEAT MARK 1ST.
MILLiaAK & 00.
ntun ttv ST PKESCOriV,
The ua.brij;tel h a notnlier of
hf a ear. t at j
tlJj i rk ta 7 H.a amr
La' H ' Xtaa
v II uttoV.
hwai K ten.
iX B W BAHRBB SHOP.
feaeittM mwa eafw -
. . - rm
. Hll mmmt Wmm taw a
urn iiMi m a atM
HAIR DHESSW8 ESTABLiSHJiiENT,
rr3rre him a Call-m
W- .J .HO WViil,
i t: i t hit, av.ion..
BONES & SPENCER,
At OwaM mum(. Mailinaa ' Itra 4awn luafk
rOwiiaT. at.i ri'iAK Tnc-'. faric
THMtlUtT ri IT AND riKKUIKM-r.RIKj;.
W fataMhniy t ika mummum f ti
af ! aa4 mr'mi
Uxik a4 1 mmtmH a Ic I V C ta wWa
h all iiiaiianri W km ua ttmmm a Ml iinem' mt t
ife ait i ItaaJ at i ran nwA CteariHa, PtM-Oe j
aaj Itarwl'm'-K talar Twtumaa . fiya. tawli- J
t ami Tatar itaaaa al baa rack (rWca, j
nr i ai wwwlar t taa. aad la aaa ai fataam tat .
TluakM ha- aat lbTa. mm alHt a
Ik HlwaiJ in Ian ufcn tiiaraa mm a.
laetac aar GOODS will .ar iaaa
ta a4 iifWli ma rUa mf la a HarVr4.
J. U. aONKS.
CUt A. T KlTHV
Mtritvya Otmrntf, A
ataxia am aaooaa.
CHAS. T. HAYBEN & CO.,
1AI EttK IX
EVERY VARIETY OF MERCHANDISE. !
Ilarr oaaitea'!. aa tutaa last mpartor hemad J
"FAfVHLY FLOUR," J
From the Hriytlsa Mills, also
atnl Cracked Wheat.
Ar ften riTt a arf mttmtVmrmt mt
L 1 12 JZ 0 1 1 IS" 13 1 S IS .
Dfraot froea Ifcvr Torlr,
ir-OIt SiVLIC I W TTOlt GAS1X.
OKAS. T. HAVDJIX OO.
rrrfU S "ti jo, urn.
W .. KBU.I.
v. a. atsraavM
KELLY & STEPHENS,
23 "W S A G E N T fi
Awl WlMftMk aJ Xetofl DnSmi fa;
Boots, Shoes, I-Xosiex--a
; PoJiaCCO fMTll Ctni fort Imif'VV
VUtHUOilUIlt,! J ,
Fancy Goods, Yankee Notions,
Guns, Pistols, Cutlery,
Suck Glcvea, Figs, Dates,
NuU. Toys, and Watchca.
G--A.-R3DE2ST SEEDS, ETC.
Cor. Mflatrataa aad 0srl7 StrMt. PraJCott. A. T
ANDERS & ROWS,
noen and Dalera ta
Clack ami Giant Powder,
LIQUORS, TOBACCO A CIGARS.
S I C3-KCT
mti wit on turn L' rancisco in ex
change for Ctirrcncy, without
South Sltlo I'lawt. PioK.-)tt. Arijsonn
"0. K." FEK1) STABLES"
II. C. CASEY it 15ENJA3IIN CASEY, I
Test Granite st. - -
Th nndni;r4 aar UmmA tit abate Imwb prafr
ty anil Int.sd kpte a
I'Y'cd Yard ana Cam n House
Kor tb ncr.niMHktttHo f tb tmTlinC pblle. A
Roml well of vrat,r Mr Umum tt wir ouMat la tatr
In ftHMitltVs to tU urMC7!.
STOCK BOAUDED, liQUGlH1 OR.
We ni!l pAr m pala ta MUtkr tb y f travwlors
wllli u jtlntvwil ami lnnr tr'aimit to tltvir aal
mail. W?t of OraotU) Cfk, lrc.it.
i'SKY ,t GASKV.
lVoitt. AiHona. Antrim K 1?T7. w
J ACK-O F-ALL TRADES
H reinor.! I th north ml of MrCormWk trct
May U nvtiflr l ly itil oanl. itl3tf
1 TPetT A TTT3 a -k
nif tt-rr rif r ...
Ufaat atda of rtaaa, . pj.t.
WIH MM tut It.
ska. U . mn, ttTrf
Pinost Wines, Liijuort awf,
TW r I U l.M JT'lh
a w . hW.X
RESTAUHAHT, BAKERY 4
Jn'cw House cwEver
mat W trM itu,i, H7,l
Utae air a-tanr kr "
c; o o i
Fire Loaves for Omc n Sot!
WaW Mk - SHOW
WU3 alames W faetd wtfl i lll;
tWilnMai 4 Clyart.
htta,t Amnti. Dtovntwrn it-.
3AL O O ISTsTElJ
.llotitezttmu St.. . .
D. C. THOltSE.
THE PARK BREiJ
AND TELEGRAPH SAUrf
LHVIIT &. BRATJN, ;
MAMC STltBKT, TCCS0X, txsl I"15
1 Ginni L fkr.
U-i ujj mining
aa4 Ctfmn Wtadl tttwai ttuttei
8.VH AM) UILLIARDn
Moteisaa Street, CcnurS:
Is (ho Largest run! Beg
for a i
.V XOMTHEASTER:; AS! of pur:
Fine Lionor & Cicai h1
Soltl by Ilotilc, Quart NtV work
Snxt moat teltt Xir Bit aad "Gna'ii , . J
kwc. a (iraaitoten;. DC SO f(
C. GERARD, he tho cas!
. m , , of SWC(
FKKD. WILLIAMS, Vix two, th
(Oat Daar Wt oT VaUtTt iti
Siynu ta "aay.' with that licle CniLt
aa Mkaxiaata, ,t jHl:ty o! Clr-T Itfjt tatBmefi
My ClpfcvMMU U aM it b tb sat a , . .
iataw. Caaa4S IlffiQ SCllOOlC.
MONTEZUMA STIH f a
Nxt aoor to tbt Mi.ra 0Sa,is r jjer p
CiOOD LAGER BEH;
Uqwtrt ani Opa, cellcnt i
ASvray on band mil for the audi
Jlontfiuma Street. rilESCOIU drcd dol
GEXULNE CUTTER KB hcraa
Wines, Liquors suijJS
ENGLISH ALB AMJrt2Gaci
Al tray on Uaj cabb?gc,
" " raised oi
NEW BIT SAXO,.uaWor;u
lit rn.!on rraaraK JP JJ
Ht Lnr iA apirt dipifi firm, hav
araait I jiaar nlw xI to sat! fed wj;cJj ,
WINES AND CHAXPi5S5 Lvei
i ttiiST iiKAMJSixTnErnEittS'necesstin
cd to ma
IWt ;rea 3th, 1F77. fiaQ eiaC
part of A
Supplies the rnbllewM a corrCfp
EXCELLENT LAGER f the inilita
WHOLESALE AIJD Kof Indiai
, LIQCOB8, JE3
Tlio Old Stand is vriltioned at
. . "the Warm
CAFITAL BIT 9SS&tt,
t pectin u .
. , x nntl brintr
liv.ryMteBUw.civen to rt. tion& h
C0 2VIE JISTV Sl-Kho havc
and out li
Granite Stie- conir.
arc very c
EMAFTJEL & VALLOBI, ilaVc an e:
closcly a n
tiers id So
Mat . rriKTatl ami nrtlW
t it.i ak r'"f ,rrJ' Anders
iwac4Vxl.dt.iartr with it'1' We UOiOg t
. t r lQpandra. Jo
W n'KS AM) iySlr. Dills t
ANnn-" doing a i
WBY MOT 13S5S1
A t ..y bu,1 cemfortabte On
Eona1 Whipple I)
Vtmu Ariiaaa. Jaw lO-j'-'nere feed'
I hmr ofJ artla
Kooisw. - " 7 shoe ,
Steele Beds. - 'rjSm emj;
YOfB T1J .
,a little tow
' I I -. mv 03
Marion i'ta'i , THU
. -a .lwtb
in. h VVirt
1 : m
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