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VOL. XIV.-NO. 24
THE ARIZONA MIXEK.
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY,
Ktlitor rml l'roin-ietor.
Theflrst lumber of the Wkkklv MlSKU wasissttedon
Vare-h 9. 1861, anil !n this, its thirteenth year, it can.
with truth, claim to be the oldest, and best newspapc r
tm the Territorr.
Os Copr, One Year
" Six Months ,
" Three Mtfithi
Daily and Weekly, one year,
Cor inch (12 line f this type), in column , 3.00 for tir
ssertion and ll-ZO er inch for each additional insertion.
A liberal discount from above rates III be made tn is?r
ttns who adTerti.e largely by the year, half year r
I'rtfeioraI and busine.s card iuertetl upou rea.wna
l'ersons sctditir; u money lor subscription, ndveitMns
or job work, may forward it by tituil, or otherwise, at
lhir own risk.
LtjaX Tender .Vote Men at par in payment for tub
itrijition, adrtrtiting ami job tewrA-.
tTt:itM. In aUrotKt inmrioUy.
AGENTS KOU TM K MIX1SK.
Six Francisco Lea.i IV. Ccaxk.
lifi Montgjmc.-y Direct.
New Yoni; W. H. 1'f.kuis
3)1 Sortti ISM .-trect.
CXa J.IMKS AllFaM;
KriKRXHrr.c V. Fkank
WiesK.Miu.tc j. H. riim-os
mnurviu.i W. M. IIami'V
Mihkkal Park A. E. I'avis
Pitr.MX. t.KO. K I.ORtNU
HAr l'lKKMX I. H. VKIt.
Plorcnck jor. Cooiscwwrn
Ticus j. s. Maxskf. -i
PRESCOTT POST OKK1CE.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF F. S. MAILS.
from California, Eastern Slates and .Southera Arizona.
RVBKV OTIIKU DAY.
T California, Eastern States and Southern Arizona,
r.vr.ur OT1IF.K HAT.
Vohare C'oontr, Mineral Part, Cerbat, and Hardyville,
Ltarrs weekly on Satrnday 3 r. M.and returns en F'nilay.
l"n.ra Camp Verde, Little Colorado anil New Mexico.
Mondays, Thursday, and SauinUys.
To Camp Verde, Little Colorado nnd Xcit Mexico,
Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays,
To Walnut Grore and Rradsban-, once a week.
OfHcoliouvH 7 A.M. to - v i.; i'. M.
loney order oflice from 0 ool-- a. t to 3 ..'cWk v. M.
Xeristration closes at 3 r. M., Mail days closes at 10 A. t.
OOce hours Sundays, 0 o'clock to 10 wok-ck A. M.
Xe money orders isued or paid on Sundavs
T. W. OTIS. P. M.
Frescotl, April 2nd, leTT.
TKItKtTOItlAL OFKICEItf .
Delegate to Congress Hiram S. .Stevens.
orernr A. P. K. SalTord.
Secretary J. p. Hoyt.
Auditor A. a lUnedict.
Treasurer P. R. Tullv.
SnrTcyor-General .thn VaMi.
Supreme Judges, 1st Dist., Chief Justice. ...Fronch.
" Deforest Farter.
U " a A. TicooJ.
Clerk Supreme Court.
.Joseph C Annton.
K H I n r.,,
. V -ti . t-tr
'I .!, Mrl'!,
T ? TV,--.' .torty ...
" n"i 'air Marshal
Per-r Mr. . ;!,! U:st..
C iee--r In. !,, Keroaue
Fi: stei r Lasxl OflVe, i'r
. . i ,
"' Prec4t ... O... Laaat.
ti vaj-ai cotnrrT omcm
. . Harlcy H.C-urru r
F1 F. K ver-
. . . . ,ei II ii.iw ,
K. J. twk
1 A.S. lla-kell,
... . i (Miym IlrwoVo,
( Oeo. W. Curtis.
T ,.-r .'
I n.r- Midriff
Clerk District Court..
Jasticesof th IVac: II. II. Cartter. C. F. Cute ad
Constables' ...J. K. llurnett ami FrnaV Murniy.
VII.I.AGR Of rKF.CtTT.
Mayer K. .1. Cook.
Cuncilmen Q Arn MlA I)all HaIJ,
Marshal Frank Murr-y
Asseor ...J. F. Meistlor.
PRESCOTT LODGE No. 1, K. of P.
-p Rccular conycnti.ins on MotHlay ev 'ninff f
"v.jjigg'each week, at MaMiuiv Hall, comer t Monte
TsJjSxitma ami (turley street. ViMtioy lir"ther in
,j5.i;ik1 tandiuif are invitei to attend.
M. (iouiWTi:it. S. O. RAKER, C. t".
K. of R. and S.
AZTLAN LODGE No. 177. F. & A. M
A Regular meeting, of this l,di;e on the last
Saturday of each month, at "o'clock r. M.
SoirniBi brethren art fraternally Invited
toattend. A. S. HASKF.LL.'W. M.
Wit. N. KF.u.r, Secretary.
xainimec Committee T. S. RriT. ,1. N. KOf'.-MifHC
ai-l T. J. iutu:k.
1. 0. 0. P., ARIZONA LODGE No. 1.
v-m Kepnlar Meetincs on first and third Sat
jSkfinrdarof each month, at Masonic Hall. Mem
iy5S liers of the Order, in pood -Wndinir, are iu
vited toatten.l. K. J. COOK, N.G.
M. T. Hl.ll7.o i. Keconlinic Secretary.
OLDEST AND LARGEST HOUSE IN ;
H. NEWMARK & CO.,
Importer of and Wholesale Dealers in
O It A I N ,
IRON AXD STEEL,
Nos. 11, 13 & 15, Los Angeles St.,
OltDKHS FROM AH1ZONA
PUOMPT AXD CAREFUL ATfENTlOX.
POINT OF ROCKS LIME KILNS,
A. S. Clongh, I'roprietor.
I.1MK alnayaoahaml in iny qunntlei. to suit the want
pcrcbHers. n. n. WEAVER, Agents
-Meat? luma Street, Fietcotl. mtSCj'I
TjJ.'W V E33.S,
f.t'OEXE W.AKAM. IE VXK. M'ClfeKGK. AIA IS J. ma.trR.
ARAM, McCUSKER & BRTJNER,
Attorneys and Counselors nl l,niv,
Oflice two doors south of Court House.
Will practice in nil the Court
PAUL .1. IIOISEKT,
(Ite of .San Frantis,sj,
ATTORNEY AT X.AW",
PRESCOTT, A. T.
North Ule of Goodwin Street, near Granite,
Speais French and Spanish. aiLtf.
II. .1. WAI)lI
Attorney am! Contisvlor at Law,
Otlk-x with ll.irvr.ive A. Moffat, (ortux ;ret.
Will jmictice m all Courts of tU Tercinirv.
ATTOENEY AT LAW.
(Otlice w ith J. P. Il.irnue. En.,) I
FRMiWr, VAVAPVI COC.VrV, ARIZONA.
"Will Practice In all Courts of n. Territory.!
l'ltrticiilur atUMiti.m nivon Minint; Ltiw. !
RKKI'Itt TO '
iion. s. HKYMjXFKLivr, - - - San l'V.mcison.
it. f. Mimiiixis, .Ituliroth DiM. Court '
Thomas imowy. Cisliitir lUnkt'alifornin. i
Attorney Sc Counselor at Law.
Will I'racticf In all Court- of the Territory.
Oilier aad Resideuce on Cortex street Mjutli of Ooixlnln.
Attorney am! Counselor at Law,
OFFICE Son'h side of Plaza.
P Vl'L WiSliBK.
Attorney ami Counselor at Lav-
.1. P. II AUG II a vj:,
Attorney ami Counselor at Law,
Prescott, Arizona. j
OFFICE East side of the Plaiu. j
ATTOB3STEY AT LAW
Offiso Row, Prcacott.
JOHN A. 11111.
El. W. WKI.W,
KUSH Ai WELLS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Prescott, Yavapai County, Arizona
Will strictly attend to all etrif buInes entnilHl to them
in the M-reral CHirtof Recinl in the Territory. Akstrnot
of title to Mining Cloiins aad Realty accurately prepared.
Prompt attention vivrn to ctdlectlons.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
v mxa. Arizona Territory.
Wiil ractMKS in ail the Ourt of the Terrilorv.
I)K. A. J. Till HOIK), 31. A., 31.1).
A., tjueen Fuivvrsitr, f ,
1)., Trinity Fniversity. J C"na'1
M. R. C. Fliv. and Sure.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OITK K M Rr-Il)Krr. Jewell Ruildtnj;, cast of An
ders fc l!or" st,,re.
l)i:. WARKEX 13. DAY,
SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN.
OFFICE Montmmia Strct. hImtc Ootlin,
Can Ise iMtiuIt 1 .it Dili at all hours:
.1 . i. Met' A . I) LESS,
LMIYSICryY VTi) SUKGKOX.
East side of Moutezuma St. bet. Gurloy &
Willis, 3 doors north of Head & Co. s
im. O. LINCOL.X.
Office Xo.5, Onico How, Corf ex
St roof, Prosrolt.
c. is. uooi)im:llow,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
i llice on Cortei street opposite office Row.
Otllct- hour- from OA. until 1 F.M., .laily.
13. TH13LLI2, 31. I).,
Physician, Surrreon nnd Accoucheur,
FKiX'olT. A. T.
IftTce and resldenc ou Moiitexuma Street,
I MlMItt Ottioe.
I . irpFriTt antrnoca to consultation nitn, from the
! rrnr. decStttf
T. IIAUDLMGU, D. D. S.
Oihce with Dr. Lincoln, Oflice Ron", Frescott.
No. 230 Kearny St.,
Onodoor North of Kelly &. .Stephens.
II. 11. CA11TTJ3K,
Probate,! ntlgc, Justice of the I'eace
Aud Conveyancer. County Building.
.jay g. ki-:i.li;v,
Prescott; Arizona Territory.
BLAKE i CO.,
Gold Dust, Oold and Silver Bullion nnd Ores of every
description melted nnd assayed. All assays guaranteed.
OrncK In building formcily occupiml by A. z N. M.
Express Co., Frefcott.
GEO. 31. W ATE KS,
Millwright ami Contractor,
PHlCO'JT. A. T.
j:. j. uenmtt, c. e..
Deputy V. S. Uliueral Surveyor
County Surveyor of Yuviipal County.
All Kinds of civil engineering and snr-eyln(j promptly
attcndeil to. Otfice North of the Court House, on Cor
J). C. LEON Alt D,
Residence Next to Judge Hush's.
FreooOt, March 2. 1S77.
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 1, 1877.
1 MM . .
LKO.N COK DI Hit,
Hath House, Slinviifg Saloon
1 . A DI 1 1 A I H I) II ISsS Kit,
East side of Plaza. feblu' ly
.!. (lOLDWATKR & liKO.,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
Elircnberg, Arizona Territory.
o. hi:m)i:kso4 c co.,
CoiumisNion Stock Hrokers,
313 Montsomery St, - San rranciaco
lliiti'iiient Nevnila Itlix-k.
Sto,-k Sold Hourht. awl Carried uu ilnrrln ,
Mumt) kiMKl a st.icks. sepjt'
t). K. STAIJLi:, CAMP HOUSE
M sale of (iranite Cik. PRESCOTT.
St .k bxttrdod, IhHicht or kW. ltarle . l'r atxl liny
al nays on baud. j. V, .CL.VV. lWrirtur.
LeviUasIiford, Rcl't. H. Bar-nifter. Y7m. C. Ruhfard.
L. BASHFORD & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
r r. i hi i- m a I r
U L. EI L II h L Ii'
W;uite an Inpt-tnn of our Carefully Selected
Dress Trimmings, '
Ladies' Hose, including:
Striped and Colored.
Children's Hose, i great variety ;
Corsets, Corset Trimmings,
Collars, Cuffs, Ruchings,
Ru filings, Embroidery,
Fancy Toilet Articles,
Ribbons & Jewelry.
Teas, Sugars, Coffees,
Canned Fruits & Vegetables,
Whole and Ground Spices,
Alden Dried Fi uits,
California Dried Pears,
Peaches, Apples, Grapes,
Pitted Plums. Currants.
Vtavin:!., and Toilet Soaps,
Canned Honey. straiied and in comb,
Candles, Crackjrs. Nuti,
Raiaiu. Ba-uu. Lard.
Butter. Cheese, and Eggs,
Potatoes. Corn. Flour? Etc., Etc.
r -2 t;..-s
i. ;i:i:.vt VAiinrrv.
For Mechanics, Miners,
Mill Men and Aitisnns,
Plows, Plow Steels, Scythco,
Rakes, Bellows, Anvils, Ases,
Shovel3, Hammers, Sledges,
Piclca, Chisels, Piles, Saws,
Drills, Planes, Screws, Nails,
CARRIAGE , WAGON MATERIAL. !
Spokes. llub, Felloes,
Kuns. Axles. Tongues,
Xwckyokes, Single t Doubletrees
Ii'on and Steel.
Tire Iron and Steel,
All Kinds and sizes,
Drill Sti ol, Toe Steel,
I'iek Steel, Sliou Steel,
Hand Iron, Hoop Iron,
Hub Iron and Nail Hod,
Carringc and Tire Kelts,
Nuts Washers, and Tacks,
Horse Shoes, .Mule Shoe,
Ox Shoes, Ox Nails, Horse Nail's,
Giant, Kin-ting and Kille Powdor,
Shot, Iiiillets, Stoves, Tinware,
Lamps and Chimneys,
Y .!t-u ware, and Willowwarc
Glassware, Cioikuy, Stone China.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladies' and Gents', Misses' nnd Childrcns
Vouths' and Infants' All kinds
aud sizes, and All prices.
C L. O T XI I IV O-
To suit all tastes Cauligan Jacket Over
coats, Gents' Undershirts, and
Drawers of every description.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Linen Shirts, White,
Cheviot and Fancy
Xegliges and Over.shirts,
llalbriggan Socks, Itritish Hose,
Woolen Socks and Stockings,
Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Etc.
H :i 1 sj ii. ii L Caps!,
.Men, Women aud Children's.
T O JJ A C C O A IV D C H- A II S ,
Best Brands Lowest Pr"c6.
AVER'S, JAYNE'S. MUSTOL'S,
IKN'Ni;Y'.S AXD HALL'S
And a full assortment of the best
Now In Market Warranted Krc?h and Ceuulnc.
I'littj', Varnish, and Jtrushc
.WALL PAPER & BORDER. WINDOW SHADES,
Saddlery, Pocket i Table Cutlery.
We have perfected arranmenn to receive s;oods
on every stcatnor, ami will thus be enabled to
"ive a complete outfit to one and a)' .
We Pay tho Highest Price jr all tho
Products of the Country.
Frescutt, January ?. 1:76.
iMtriiisri "-yr ,ss'Vn i aajiu.--.- s-jj-m .--,.T - - , .. - ? - v-
TiSmsma?'. 1 T .iisa.-rr . mn, ,. , . .,,,,11, , -li..l.J-a--.--la.--a-3 TiMBg 1 irr 'aB5' - -" miT K2STZ?.
tferKfr -Vain ii FirttSls., W. California Mrut,
YUMA, AltlZOXA. HA.V FilANCUCO UAU
JAMES M. BARNEY,
Succesior to the late finn of
WM. B. HOOPER & CO
Conllntles the 11 mines In
ARIZONA AND CALIFORNIA,
Importer fc "Wliolcsale
S II I 1 I IX G
AVill oa try a full prime stecK oi
SADDLERY, & MINING MATERIALS,
Selected to exactly suit
Merchants, Ranchers, Station
Keepers, Freighters, and
Miners of Arizona
Solicits orders for poods, and insures satisfaction ; FOR-
n AHIMi freichtnnd inerchandie to anv iart of the ,
Worhl, in-urinc. If delred , lluy. or makes advances,
on all Ariioua and Meiicau protltice.
The Sale of Ores aud Minerals a Specialty.
Unys and Kiehnnes
,..s. .a. ...v .mW 1,.,.V,1S,
Gold Dust, Legal Tenders,
U. SS. Treasury Dra tlSa
SOLDIERS' WARRANTS AND VOUCHERS
And Good Commercial Bills.
srrn.vt. ouueiw will iie ATrsMir.it ur tiik
SAN FRANCISCO BRANCH HOUSE,
With promptitude and fidelity
All Orders aal C'snuias;Mis
t be ,..lrr..i tn
JAM Eli M. BAF
Ftrojr I. i7H.
! J-1 ,lR lon''
Wholesale and ReUill
I XJ Car Cjt I S T ,
Main Street, Yuma, Arizona,
Has in store a full line ot
P. t TKXT MEMCI.XnS,
OKUGS, PEKFU3IEHY, PAINTS,
Toilet Soap, Tooth Brushes,
And All Other Articles Usaslly Kept ia Drug Storei
Ilr I'rescriptions put up with preat care.
Orders from the country solicited, with the nsurance
that prices, .Vc ound sntisfnetorr
YUMA NEWS DEPOT.
crruutv, fancy coods,
CIGAKS, 5c C-A-3ST3DIES,
.1 A31ES AKEGU, - - Pmprietoi
Jlaiu Street, Vntna, Arina.
I"sf'-Aceney f,.rth AlllZuVA MtXl'.IU
EAST PIKEN1X. A. T.
Thisivell kmum and tHipnl.tr Flourinr Mill
will start up aud commence k-riudiiif: wheat from the new
No. i Family Flour,
A ROUT MAY lSTH,
And will constantly hare on hand the Ix-st homo manu
factored brand, in tho t erritory, in quantities to suit pur" .
A LTUEHAL DISCOUNT TO TIIK
Til A PR
CP Orders solicited.
Cash Price, as Low as tlie Lotvcst.
C. H. VKIIj, I'roptielor.
Orders may Iki left with C. 1". Head Jk Co., or U. Cor
nvll, 1'iccutt, aud mill receUe prompt attention.
THE PARK BREWERY
AND TELEGRAPH SALOON.
LEVIN & BRAUN, : PROPRIETORS,
MAIX STREET, TUCSON, ARIZONA.
Fine Ocrman Lunches, Ice-cold I-tper, Rest LI(iuor
nnd Cigars. Reading Room attached.
Livery Stable and Feed Corral,
The Rest of Feed and Aecotutnodations for the travel
Twcnty-flvo miles from Florence.
first-class taiim: AND ACCOMMODATION
for travelers. Also plenty of llARLUV, CORN, WA
Til It and 1IAV. tnyltf
(Prom the Sunday Morale? Voice.)
TIIK HATTI.K TIKI.I),
When on Cjdsa'x checkered field
llor mimic armies wo army,
Whpn without abre, HjxKir, or shield
,o Ji in lioreo rolontle.vs frav.
itli ilot and cntinturplot wo wago
Hound istlo walls tonanloufs htrlfe,
And all our lowers of soul ongago
;No booinlii; ciiioii fills with oar
1 ho adversary's trembling heart,
No railing drnni or ringing cheer
Inspires to act a gallant part,
No bugle- nolo, or clarion tono
Send legions charging o'er the plain,
Hut victor crowned is ho alono
Whose Is the shrewdest, eluurost brain.
The gladiator's form and nioln,
His brazen bones and toughened Ihuws.
His brawny limbs, aro powers I ween
Cnlxsa' votaries never used ;
They used no fraud, no low deceit,
'o hazard turn of card or diu,
Xo artilice of gambling cheat,
Xo .skill to look, or act a He.
Around the board 'lis over moot.
t That Candour hold no humble place,
'1 hat .Sterling Honour lakoH his sent.
.Supported by each gentle Grace,
That I'atleiuv soothe the Knights who fall,
0'cr-vnittiishcd in the hloodloets strife,
And ('ourtosy resido o'er all,
To give the rest of social life.
Ours is the true, the noble game,
Whcrecultured inind mectsetilturedinind,
here those who win the meed of fame,
Are Okntlkmkn, complete, refined,
Where thought, tho subtle poworof thought,
Links force to force in porfcet tntin,
Till all to unity aro brought,
As welded links make, up a chain.
Jli-re let us rear Caissa's fane,
Here consccrato to hora shrine,
And bid her friends bovond tho main
I heir votive garlands intortwino
W ith humbler blossoms, native hero
Which we, hor devotees, e'en now
Have gathered in from far and near
To wreathe around her radiant brow.
LETTER FROM OAKLAND.
Editor JIi.vkr : I am seeing and hear
ing so much, that the most difficult thing to
!do, in writing a letter, is to avoid saving too
milch, btocks. as 1 told von in a fhrutnr 1
j letter, have ruined nearly everybody except
! si,,, ,..i .. c... 1 1 it ,
have grown enormously and suddenlv rich
at the expense of the multitude, who have
ill rcalltv Kohl nil tln-v l-.-iil nwl i,mro,l flw.
' proceeds into the lap's of wiley stock cam-
biers, jus-t as linuey says he did with W. B
Carr. Hy the way. I have heen interview,
ing Pinucy to oine extent this vorv tlav, or
i rather renewing an old acquaintance formed
i with luin in Montana in 1803 or 1S(J( and !
j afterwards continued here three or four owners of fine hand of cattle, with their
; years ago. Pinncy suggested the idea of j vnqueros mounted and spurred, were pres
! being interviewed himself, and said he had Cnt. The rodcro has lasted about thirty
injoii iu miuh .in ;iucpi at me uusincss
' i. ,i.. i.i . ..i , .
... 1... ....-1 1..... ... .1. . t r I
mai ue uiougiu, wiuiuiu me am oi a ques
uonor, uc could soon
write a sensational
n-jn.it that would render the paper that
....Liuhcd it a groat attraction. I am not
" red to s:tv imw nutcli ( in
'i-lied in the Chronicle, m.w bv true
..ri tlie iialMlc at all sauistteu that either lie
ir W. B. Can- has told the whole tmth. Tlie
2" rl inprewkm seems to Iw that Carr's
n - the mst ;... ma ble. Xo one be-
t. w , i innt' t. : . .. " . u is ei.i.Ui.liiijjtthta jcarcahe. in M.!
'iiniuiii in rvntiH i in- tiuM'ii itiiidnr!
with any other hipothcM. Xoom Im-Iicm
; though a few pretend to, that Pinney sold
.all the stocks and property he had and
, carried the proceeds in cash to W. l. Can,
j or anybody else, ami gave it all to him with
; out taking any sort of voucher or other evi
j denco of indebtedness to show for it. Pin
j ncy has evidently been troubled in mind
. during his long ab.-ence in foreign lands.
; his appearance indicates it Atlhounh he is
"l "PP""?" i health, he looks twenty I
years ohler than he did three vearsauo. He I
i.s cither very irlatl to irct homo atnin. or
i.s eiincr very riaii to rct lioinu atun
it is a awe of whistling through a grave
vanl, as from some caue or" other he is
: uuusually jocular in his
" i.ii;n. iiniuiii. uu,- imv:uui ufjnij an u i
local amateur artisK I promise myself a !
treat to-morrow evening in hearing hli Per- ,
kins, and the next evening I shall go and
hear Col. Bob Ingcrsoll at Piatt's Hall. ;
To-day (Sunday ) Hev. L. Hamilton, the ,
"Iiulependent" preacher, dedicated his I
Church, which has ben closed for repairs
for several months nnd now opens in a new
dress of paint inside and out, the basement '
raiscd up half a story, etc. rIhc revcrond ,
yiiiuuiiuiii n.i;.iiui;vi n ;i jiioiu-i i.v.isiuii ,
...... .i.i . ....!!
uu niuv.li iu uiiuiii; iu inu ui-ius ui luvn
1 he was adjudged guilty eight years ago by
. i . , n 1
tlie I'resoytery at &an .lose, hecausc lie
, dared to think, and having thought, dared j
to give expression to his thoughts in the I
pulpit. His particular crime consisted in j
I a .suggestion which he made to his congre-
1 gation, that, it might be possible that the ;
soul or spirit could repent alter tho death
' ot the hotly, .though he was altogether too
t liberal with his advanced ideas on other
points to suit the orthodox Presbyterian ;
Church, of which he was a minister. Ac- j
cordingly, he with some sixty others, inciu-1
ding Professor Durant, Rev. David McClure
and many other prominent men ot the City, j
withdrew from the Prcshvtcnan Church,
,m st.,rtcd a society of their own, called the
"Independent Presbyterian Lhurcti, winch ;
iu eight years lias grown to be the largest j
worshiping congregation in the City of j
Churches, and to-day it is baptised anew,
droits the adjective "Presbyterian, and will i
God has laid upon us all as rational ban
He further announced his belief that who
ever acts upon his honest convictions, pro
vided those convictions arc the result ot de
liberate thought, though the act in itself bo
wrong, is doing wright in the sight of
The northern portion of this State was
hopeful of good crops last week, but strong
north winds for several davs have materially
weakened the prospects.
i saw oaiu jiuier, t. api. uargravc, ant
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L r i y a - -!
Mitrat Jinstcrson in S.m Francisco yestcr-
.i i ... -i -s:n!.. - i- i-i
iiuy, .HSU .III, Ullllllt oi vuouc. xm t cck
was not in when 1 called upon Mr. Master
son, consequently I did not see him. I un
derstand Peck and Miller will leave for
Prescott to-morrow. They will be able to
tell you more of mining' matters, as they
relate, to Yavapai, than 1 can write. I am
visited and written to almost daily by peo
pcoplc who want to go to Arizona, and my
answer has invariably been that it is a gootl
place to go to, provided they can take
money with them, but that there are already
too many thero without means. 1 regard
ciinco io turn evcrytiung into tun. Dot ot the latest new. Were it not for this, we a fo hit on tl o Xorthnm lMriiv in Sn:
this you have doubtless already had a surfeit, would be in ignorance of what is going on but the "ialli atS. would be made nenr
I have heard Dr. Dio Lewis on 'Temper- outside of this camp, as the mails from Matamonis. ,
anec;" Dr. inceiit,ou 'That Hoy;' Camilla California, or a part of it, arrives once a Oakland, Cal May 27.
Lrso, on the "Fiddle," and Geo. C. Hrom-1 month. It .seems tliat there is a small por-' t,0,dsnuth Maid won tho first hcai in ves-
ley.on his 'Two years sailing voyago in j tkm of mail matter carried from Ehren- ut?11'?.' Sl0J10'
search of seals." Tho latter is a burlesque hcr,r to Hardvvillo on lurseback, but a large M; fli S hercl Sfnd hSI X'
lecture ludicrously illustrated by means of mrtion of t is laid tuside and sent bv M Wt bLU m thf.?2&r
horeatter bo known as tlie 'intteponiieiu j larging and new discoveries arc being made! sidS of the Gila.
Church." 'The principal tenet trt this Sonic of them arc proving vcrv rich. From I " Assistant Supe'riuteiident Kowoll.of Wells.-' .
Church," said the eloquent preacher, 4is tree j discoveries recently made, it would appear 1 Fargo ,t Co., arrived yesterday and formally- '
thought, and he or she who surrenders him that Arizona is not vet half prospected, j reopened an otlico in the Stasio Co.'s bulhf
or herself to Pope, Priest, Synod, Presby- Somo recent discoveries have ccn made
tcrv, Conference or Church, to think for that show S 000 ore Men tint i few ilms 1 1 7 . ri 7 i WV 11,1 "
, i-i- i . i l'iai tiu -f-ivoo oit. ut.n, iii.u a im uis . iXso establish oiliccs at Prescott, Pho i
him or her, is shirking a responsibility that i sincc werc roauv uoor. now talk of their i-r vir.,.n., n,wi iN,vn,. '
Arizona us a irootl countrv in which to
! speculate iu partially developed mines, or
to ongngc. m lofjitiinate mining with capital
suflieiont to prove the value of a mine,
which, if it fail, shall not entirely exhaust
the recourses of the miner, but leave him
enough menus to try anotlter or leave the
IVllllitrr Im il...ll l...i jl '
country, us lie shall decide; but for those
seeking oniployniout, ami I fear the same
w ill result in Arizona, am that .ulbring
Mill he the consequence. There is no more
diMiml prospect, that I can conceive of,
?tI0IiM.t'k"1? !,nd buSo"S J'er
mission to labor for bread.
T. J. Ii.
Oakland, Cal., 3Iay 20, 18TT.
IIardvviu.h, 2Iy20, 1ST".
. Kiutor JIinkr: In a recent number of
the Mixbr, I notice that you ijuotc me for
authority in siting that the Southern Pa
cific ltuilroftd would soon start a brancli
from Murongo Paw to the Xocdles. The
S. P. II. II. Co., two years since, akcd the
jirivilege of tiling new maps, but was not
succrsflfttl. Had thev
it was their intention" to examine the :fuI
rongo ras route, nut, m conversation
with Croekcr, Hopkins and Colton, at their
office, they stated, that as soon as thev com
pleted the Texas and Pacific branch to
Yuma, they would draw off their force and
commence on the main line, commencing
at Mohave station near Telegraph Pass, and
lay the rails to the Xeedles. "One road
finished," Mr. Hopkins said, "and it would
be but a short job to lav the track to tlir -
Xeedles, as it was an easy country to lav a
track tiver.' In the course of our conver
j nation, they spoke of the road to be com-
..l..l..l I fV.l.t 1 1 , . I mi
pn-u-ti iium uatviauti to uamas. tins was
partly laitl, but thoy thought of finishing
it during the hot weather of June and July.
So it may be as late as September before
work ltcgins on the 3.1th parallel line.
In conversation with different members
of the S. 1. II. It. Company, they spoke of
completing the road to 'Florence on the
Texas and Pacific branch, aud a road to
Prescott on the 3.1th parallel route, at an
early day; and they seemed to think that
the countrv that developed best would get
the first road. W. II. II.uujy.
Mineral Park, May 21, 1S77.
Editor Mi.nkr: The District Court has
adjourned aftera sessiou of about two weeks.
Xo very important business was transacted,
the more important suits being put over for
On the 20th of April, all the owners of
stock met on the Sandy near Slosscn's ranch.
. tor a general pring rouero. About thirty
days. and is not yet completed
About the 1st instant, at the Willows, a
young man undertook the feat of riding a
wild bull, in consideration of the sum of
$"3.o0, which was made up by several fun-
lot fog i.rvir. present. Tii feat w:is ac-
ctimiiiiMUjii aiuiii me iiiiiuuri inr : nniai -i-
nf ilf.li.ri,ti .....Wn.-r. without h,i.,r t..
man or e9t. Stock fc. reportctl to be
looking nniarkablv well all Uinjugh the
country. There is'alout lo.tWO head, in-
Hi t":, rr'li ' ,iT,r i "F, l-
ii i.lly sC!it'. r ii, ami 'Urti-n n: iia l-. crv .
much mixed uj), caused mostly by roving j
bands of allapai Indians, who belong to
no reservation, but, it is said, arc bounti
fully fed on ;ywr. These Indians profess
friendship toward the whites, and claim to
be honest, but when pinched with hunger,
of course, resort to questionable means of
satisfying the cravings of the inner man.
It would be a great blessing to the people
of this section, if these Indiaus were .juar
tmv.l on -.onto rpscrviitiiin. .ami nn?r tliolr
unriMrlniiimnc m-,r tMi,u-,i nnm,i..
i ifliilliiiiiiiuiil! txit. a .Tauiitaaii i iniiii t .
a - - - - - -
The people of Mohave county ot a
1 the '
once a week from Picscott, and from the
steamer, iast wcck, tnrce common gram
sacks full arrived. The sacks were badly
worn and full of holes. Iteport has it that
mail matter was scattered from llardvville
to this place An enterprising young man
js about to start into the news business, bv
picking up the lost papers and sslling them.
Previous to lat Fall's election, we heard it
stated that H. S. Stevens was a peoples'
candidate, and would represent all of Ari-
zona, but all of his friends know that his I
w mat us
, , , , ., ., ,, ., i
great nouny was a tiatiy man on xitc soutii-;
cru rouic. i ins oa now uecn cstaoiisuctt, I
JUUl what has been the result? Fron San
Diego to luma, a distance of 200 miles
through Mexican territory, nn uninhabited
desert waste, carrying not to exceed five
pounds of mail matter, and this no faster
than the mail could be carrictl via Anaheim
an,i Colton. Again, the route from Tucson
to Mesilla is almost
ts useless, yet tho pco- I
pie of the whole Territory are charged with j
a daily mail. About one-tenth of the pco-
nie of the Territory arc favored with a daily
mail, while three-tenths arc without mail
facilities at all, lor the little, oue-horso
.arrangement that runs through northern
Arizona is but a humbug, and worse than
none. It" the service from San Ilieirn tn
Yuma, anil that from Tucson to Mesilla,
Was -educed to once a week, and the service
so cut otf were put on the other routes in
the Territory, it would satisfy all except a
fuW greedy ring pets at Tucson.
Our mining interests are gradually cn-
A large number of teams are now engaged
in hauling lumber for a new mill at Green
wood, and it is now reported that a secontl
20-stamp mill will go up at Greenwood this
summer. Yours, truly, A.
- a i.n
Five companies of the Twenty-third Uni
ted States infantry were recently ordered
from Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, to the
Staked Plains, on the Hue between New
w , , ;' . T ; , ... ,
ti....:.... .....I t...,- i,iii ,ir. i..-t;t.. t
; V '?. ' V " Wl , 1
iii.'ms who have been on tho war nath lor '
dians who have been on the war path for '
many years, commuting most ot tlieir ticp- ;
rciiauons in inc Dimes oi i umtiauua anu i
Dumngo, Mexico, and then retreating to the !
Plains aud the Sierra Guadalupe.
Turk Brighton is still drilling and arming
his sons of polygamy, and it is thought will
soon announce himself as the Turkish Na
polcon of America. If the government pur
sues tho right policy, howevor, ho will be
GYtKkW bofhrc his regimentals havo lot their
lustre from wear.
WHO IlttVe !U1 lllPtllK Ikovnn.l vlln -;il f..l-n' ,.. . .. . . "a
., - ------- j 1 lusuucicu to suonut to tlie insticction of
m'S I . atl.V,SC t0 Sfk te",plT wh offic' copies of contracts fumisS.
EJ developments are already made. wl him under which the deliver? fa SS.
iiiiKoiaiuiis aireatlv overruu with oconle , If., ft lark rofiiiAjL' la4- .4a!.A. T . .
.manner, ami m- Mi.nkr and Enterprise find a synopsis of , " Vr0?!.
Troops for the Situ Carlos.
The Commissioner of Indian Affairs" has
requested the War Department to allow the
attendance of a military ofliccr, from tho
military posts in the victnitv of Indian
Agencies, -to witness each delivery of beef
nello bc7f or dSSSTfo be in
.tructcd to report to li oJSJ?duSl
dances that in his judgment iadicSc anv
rivo dcliverv to be not in f l SIS
- . to the terms of the contract. Thcnecessar;-
ordera have been issued bv the War nennrt.
ment for compliance with his request. We
suspect that the foregoing arrangement will
materially interfere with the suspected pro
fits of some of the contractors for Indian
supplies. Let the Tucson Ring take .notice.
SPECIAL TO THE METER.
, , , 'ow York, rav 25.
V Iarsrelr attendiMl niMtinnr ,,...ri i
(. 1 ' - " IIIVI
manufacturers and busings tf.n n.rnrnii.:
I ,,a!d this aftwnoon, tho co-operation to
.u iwoui tor me proKr representation
of Amoricau intaratus at tho I nivorsal Ex
position at Paris in 1S7S.
, ,. . Vienna, May 25.
According to dispatches from laiglLsh
military coniinissloners with tlto Turks In
Asia, Mukhta Pasha has been utterly una
ble to hold tho mountain passes between
KarsandErgervunu The Turks were com
pelled to return without siviug battle The
rapid advance --ft he K. !--!.:) attribniml
! to the total wa
' :; j rrvaution. on
All' I ikr.M-. -ten .i,.a
til? Part of th Twk
tamed that JJtut'tvmn will io b tsV.ito
hold out for any h-ugth of tiitte. Tn movo
mcut.s of the KtiisuMiaro amaxuuety neosri
er.ttcd, and it is inpoibt! to exaaeml tils
critical Important.- of the tnilitarv siiuatiwt
at this moiuont.
l.oniJu. May Sl.
KiiKiian strafosry is causing great activity
in tho ditlorent ileitis of wtr. Tho Turkfeu
forces fight at tho pleasure of tho Ilus-siaua.
Washington, May 25.
There is no complaint by deposftors of
IiGrangc's management of tho San Fran
Indianapolis, May 25.
Morton, in a lengthy letter, uphold tho
President's southern policy, and condemns
the course of tho Democratic Representa
tives, as despicable, in usinir their nowor io
crush the Army unless it Is kept out of tho
Washington, Mav 2.".
Bokcr, thcMinistor to Kussia, is olfieLally
St. Petersburg, May 27.
The Czar ha.s issued u proclamation for
bidtling the granting of letters of marque,
and accepts the treaty of Paris regarding
free navigation to neutrals, and guarantees
a careful observance of tho provisions of tho
Constantinople, May, 27.
A terrible bombardment ts reported at"
Kars. The llussians are advancing oul-'r-zerauni,
the right wing of tho arinv bctmrat
Alti and tho loft at Alvau.
'Jhe Kussians made an nttompt to .skull a
bridgo ovor tho river at Balotim before tho
Turkish lines, but were repulsed.
The Russians havo blown upa large iuouI-
Kir. on iin iHiin h rn.it n trnwi.v..u
TiiUw, Mav 27.
KoaKMu Ueadqiurten were moved to
Al2Ukudropolii fw vLiys ago.
Sir Arnold KimliatlN miIjtarvrrTf.
annv in Imk Hi. vm It i.,,.t- .,.
eMvpt otirajre ana patrioiisim. amt thinks
the Kustan arns ti ill nt encounter ntucU
Oroville, Cal., May J7.
'I he jury, m tho eao of Stahibrook wcro
out all night, and this niornine; brought in
a vertlict of murder in the second degree.
Five other parties that wore indicted vith
drew their plea of "not guilty" and plciul
guilty to murder in tho second degree. Sen
tence will bo passed next Monday, June 5th.
Xew Orleans, Mav 27.
General Leveran, Acrent of President
Lerdo, has just arrived front Matainoras,
and mvs arranseiuctits havo Ixm-h mnrlis
v5!1 the Stales of Sinoloa, Hidalpo, ChUipas.
Jal,sco,aol)a-eo,and Camiiiehi to declaro for
Tho Herald sav? that it ha reliable Infor
mation that tho Lor A. it T. It. K. was sold to
the S. p. K. i:., tho transfer to be mado Juno
Now York, May 23. .
Washington special Ntys General Butler In
tends emigrating to Colorado and turn sheep
fanner, and come to Congress as Senator of
the Ceutonuial State.
Columbia, X. C , May 27.
Committee on Privilesus and Elections In
the Houso will rojK.rt adversely to-day upon.
iimnt.,;.,, r si.. .i..,r.'..--.
of seventeen mutiiV rs inciiiiliu Sneaker
"w "" v "". iiiuicv u.uiraun nuicuimon
.'iuckov, io M-tus; in t.enonii Assoinoly. Tno
ground is that thero was so much fraud nnd
t.i!...T.)..a? . a I a. a . . m '
intimidation in that county as to vitint a Mchs.
tmn. Evidonco upon this point was almost
wholly report of Congressional sub-committee,
which visited Charleston last Fall.
Washington, Mav 2S.
Humors of a movement to organize a new
party caused by tho presence in Washington
OI t-','ior oiikimg, Mmon Cameron, Con-
moil and politicians.
Vuma, May 2T. '
Twenty-four cars of men and material,
under Supt. I larris.left last night fonllantan, -.
to work on the San Francisco and ilantas
lino. Sulllciont fore? Is retained hero to put
cverthlng in shape. Tho bridgo material, at '
West Oakland, is nearly completed. 4
Hewitt, Superintendent of the: s. P. R.JL'4
was here ycstenlay.
Tho engineers, under Hood, moved to
Kenyon to-day, lines Iteintr run on both
Yuma. Mav 2s.
Thirty-four cars of frieght arrived at tho
Col. Mo'ulton, Supt. Los Angeles and lit- -dopendenco
K. It., and Hewitt, Supt. South- .
ern Pacific It. It., ignore tho rojiort of tho .
stile of tho Los Angeles and Independence
K. It. to thoS.IMt.lt. Company.
Phreni.T, May 2S.
Harvesting is In full blast, and Is'yieltl
ing extraordinarily. That cut so far avin,
ges about a ton to tlip acre. Tho town ix
full of idle men. Tho sinall-nox has cJs-
iiiMHin - ii
CJoldman is going tobuild a hall for dances,
..i.;i.!.i & "en
jtnrlt-y is in good demand at 2c. dellTcretl'
ai mo ware-nouso.
lhivers to sack whtat nt
tho mill at 2c.
Fruit looking well; pfttchr-
r sunnlics. I
Seven hundred pounds silver bat left .
for San Francisco. Last evening the ther
mometer stood at il. ... ..."
Wickonburg, May 2s". .
Passengers to-dnv for Prescott; " Mss
Tucker and Mr. I;XagIoand wife. '
The stnoltor was stopjHitl for want of goH ' .
llux. Prof. Rosenthal has secured sotuo oi
the proper flux, nnd will startup infev
days. . .. V.