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VOLUME TX--NO. 15.
FRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 13, 1S72.
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p binned every Saturday Morning,
itll CvHHttj Aruomi Territory,
fyJQHH H. MASI09 4 Co.
:fP,!-INVARlABLY IN ADVANCE.
, , r One Tear , $7 00
' ri Month.. 4 00
'i hnw on tb. .. 2 50
A.T VXt'I?IS I STO :
, (,i,r', one time, $3.00; ear!, additional
t $ v Eaeh additional aqur-, n rac rate.
.recount will be mad to jiersous con
., mrue adverUacmcot for three, six, or
' - . .m) Md banineM earde inserted upon
A; . .'ot AdnrifeMUfttoi Trill not inserted is
j! t 't..! after Shej Aall aaw boen pud for.
.T o b I3 riuting.
' .hk office U well supplied with Presses,
t and OrnMiicntel Tyi. and the pro
.t, .l tewnled to execute all work with
U Ufr.ira.t in f Iia vlt Aut ftnrl hisl.
,.!v be ordered from anj- part ol the
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t .ii!l, wfcfcn aceotnpaoicu wuu inc cusu,
l p roinptl)' executed and sent by mail, or
' ending tis money for subscription,
..r job work, may forward it by mail,
v.- , at their own risk.
t( 3 . -: 'ViKfrr AVea lken t jmr in payment
!ion, tuitrtiing and Job wrk.
! L order and letters to
"Tii Mixbk," 1'rescott, Arizona.
f Arizonans, Demand Your Mil
i e viction that citizuns have certain
r. mj which Uicy must be protected, and
i f :f past neglect, in this direction,
i i:ae guined a very material ascen
. ,?i T. ingress, wlrfcli has .suggested the
t. a bill, "to provide for the audit-
. . ..... - r.f C nAtnnnnonfinn
' i ,;i 'l.-predatione." The bill, in short,
y i ' - that claims for nil depredations
n-roraioiUod, ur wliieh may hereaf-
I if, t niHiittod, by Indians upon the prop-
tHy i r . 7ena, may lv pioonted to the
15 of the Interior, for the purpose of
twiuc Midi tad. Tlic Secretary
. I :r jiiy investigate nil tko claims pres-
i, ' I ivport to the House of Reprcscn
t. . ai the bpginninr of each regular scs
f " n itur and aniuunt of each claim
a.. I ''i t approvetl by him ; this report
' I tc r t. rred ti the (Jottimittec on Appro
. . ' , when moneys will be appropriated
t 'u;-, 'h just claims.
New Eleotion Law.
t in-".- liAt- passed a law which provides
t. ti V day nfter the Jlrst Monday in
J r. 1S72, is etta'.lishd a the day
' ' tion of Iteprvsintative and Dele-
t ' i Hi Forty -Third Conprf&s. and tho
. 1 NovemlH.r in every sci-ond year
' t ? i- established as oleotion day.
. t applies to all the States and terri-
the United States.
Tho 'Xrustees Act
; Ti v.ing Trustee Act, which has just
br- v x law hi California, having passed in
4t modified lorm, does tiot, as a
j - M assure for th stockholder, reach
t' v fttioiis of those particularly inter-
. 1 .. t ...l.V.t. liinn.rnnrtha
' . i- not represented, has power to
4 - fruateas.
!':tive Tade, of Nebraska, is
;t - to introdnes a bill in Congress,
fev "i . ' Si dare ail Indian now within the
! ! Umted States citizens, thereof
i. the name right, etc., as any
i .. . ettte tho wbolc btwincss; Ca
I !iar, Skeh-te-choo-low ftn"d; other
A - -'.iitmatct will be- mado citizens,
fa r iine. tlier wiU become' centlu i
" i-ka next saminer ami vait upon
'niFiwriiwB t Ilk: rooms ill the
Pi .. ttic asylotc.
fW1 I Know About " Pontics.
icly ha discovered that poli
..ntliciona noi3feU9e. and' doesn't
UUaH rtveans1 or any nominations.
Jume is for dvery rotor to' present
. . . . M . 1
in-. if at the nailfi. vote lor wuorasoever no
iv V. ik lwat and return home, about his
ius r . s to frnno his niittle-fish and make
iXs i V
iScven of tho nine rioter indicted for rou-
ku'ter, in tho hangiug of Chinamen at the
is Angelas riot, have been found guilty C'
change, and the remaining two have beett
juttted. Tho JTMKf insinuatea that thr
people tvho tbiBki1 murdor In th fcrsfc
rco r Avoold hive b& 6ra appropriait
Uctmcnt and co-nrict)on;:
"We see it stated in one of our exchanges
that " the Territory of Colorado will collect
no tax this year, as there- is a surplus of
S50,000 on hand and no bills to settle."
What a happy, prosperous community!
And yet many Coloradans are clamorous for
the admission of their Territory as a State.
The April number ot the . above named
magazine has already received sufficient praise
from the press of California to satisfy its pub-
shers and writers, and we will only add
that tho number ""is, in every respect, the
equal of any of the best Atlantic magazines
now published. We advise every Arizonan
who can afford to take and pay for a mag
azine, to try the Overland for one year. John
H. Carmany & Co., San Francisco, furnish it
to single subscribers at $4 (gold) per annum,
and for less to clubs.
A "Small-Bore" Thief.
Commodore Lardner, in - charge of the
U. S. Naval Asylum, at Philadelphia, has
been detected in a remarkably mean theft.
This functionary fobbed 14,000 appropriated
by Congress for the purchase of certain con
veyances, etc., necessary to the comfort and
convenience of the institution.
We are at a loss to know what ein wo
have ever committed against J. II. Piatt, M.
C. who has sent us a copy of the Congressional
Globe, "heaping full" of political gas, the
reading of which has given us the chills.
Please, Mr. Piatt, do " let up " on us now.
The Press and people of San Francisco are
loud and earnest in their opposition to the
scheme of the Central Pacific Kail Road
Company, to get from Congress, by grant,
title to one half of Goat Island, upon which,
it is claimed, the Railroad company wish to
found a city that would, in time, rival, if not
cripple, San Francisco. Well, we do not
blame San Francisco, and hope Congress will
not lend its aid to crush her in this or any
The San Diego Union is our authority for
asserting that a largo quantity of honey is being
shipped to this Territory. Now, our people
should procure more bees and save the money
thus sent out of the Territory for California
McConnell & King.
We direct attention to the law card of
John It. McConnell and A. J. King, of Los-
Angeles, California. Mr. McConnell has, for
upwards of 20 years, stood in the front rank
of Pacific Coast lawyers. He was, at one
time, Attorney General of his State, and was
the Democratic candidate for Governer, in
1SG4. Mr. King has mado his mark as a
Journalist and will, no doubt, achieve success
in the law. While he was editor of the Los
Angeles News, he gave the best of evidence
that his friendship for this people and Terri
tory was of the right kind, for we noticed
with pleasure that their cause was his cause,
nnd that be paid strict attention to making
known the wants and resources of our Terri
tory. This being the case, wo hope that whenever
any of our citizens need the services of able
counsel they will not forget that Messrs.
McConnell & King offer to attend to business
before the Courts of the Territory.
A correspondent of the San Diego Union,
haB the following in a recent issue of that
paper, upon the county seat of Maricopa.
Phoekix, a. i., Aiarcu o,
Th is a smart town which had its first
house completed about a year ago. Now it
:r.o .Yinnv liniiRcs; also stores, work-
shops, hotels, butcher-shop, bakery, court-
house, jail, ana an cxceueutuuvi, uu,u u
been in opeation four months.
Lately hundreds ot ornnuiumai uwa uc
been set out, which, in a few years, will give
tUn annearnnce of a forrcst city and
will add to its beauty and comfort. When it
has become the capital of tho Territory,
which it will, undoubtedly, at no very dis-
tant dav, ana wnen wio lluu "UiJ .
through our country on tho Tcxa pacific
c.,if T?irr Vallev will be the Rarden of
the Pacific Slope .and PJioemx the most im-
portant mianu ,wjwh.
. . i j. .
Tho Indian is now a nnisancc uu v "
norian a decided annoyance, but both these
are sure to disappear before civilaton a snow
before the noonday sun. - J0'
The correspondent mishtjWe ddecl that
:new Masonic Halliwas bsi bajlt, by C. H.
Gray who, with, others, propose,-vtboft, , to
fouad a Lodge; of MasoM.
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They have had a most unromantic suicide
of a woman, at Aurora, Nevada. The wife of
Mr. Butler, Register of the Land Offices
while in a state of intoxication, discharged
one chamber of a revolving oistol at her
sleeping husband. The sleeper believing
himself to be "severely assassinated" got out
of bed and retired to the kitchen, thereto
die, when remorse seized upon the suscepti
bilities of his singularly-constituted spouse,
and she " pizened " herself by tho content,
of another chamber. The neighbors came
in and proved to the satisfaction of Mr But
ler that he was only badly "scared," when
a visit to the bed room developed the fact
that the woman had actually shot herself
inflicting a wound of which she died soon
A Frantic Idiot.
An "organ" at Washington, which is rep
resented in every cent obtained under Ad
ministration frauds, thefts and bribes, says
of Carl Schurz in connection with his noble
efforts to throttle corruption and drag the
pilferers to justice:
"It is idle to follow tho raeanderings of
the mud-flinging miscreaut who insulted the
people giving him shelter, and disgraced the
Senate in his mad attempt to drag down and
dishonor the Government."
Carl has evidently pressed upon a popular
ulcer of which the quoted blackguard is, or
would fain be, the core.
The Eureka (Nev.) Sentinel of March 13th
says that small pox is making terrible havoc
among the Indians at secret Canon. A gen
tleman who had arrived from the Canon saw
seventeen defunct Indians scattered around
Sau Francisco justice has to a great extent
absolved itself from the stain of trifling wich
criminals. The infamous human beast, Dick
son, for an outrage uoon a vouncr crirl. has
j 0- j- o fc I
been found guilty of the full charge in
indictment, and will probably spend
balance of his life in the penitentiary.
It seems that there arc 4,000 women in Cali
fornia, all old maids, wo presume, who have
asked Congress to enfranchise women in the
District of Columbia and the Territories.
Now, the women of Arizona know their own
business, and do not thank the haggard dames
of California for trying to acquire ' notoriety
at their expense. Go to Utah, or Turkey, you
brassy, wrinkled, ill natured fossils.
An exchange says that General Ben. But
ler was intended by his parents for a clergy
man. Well, Ben has ministered unto the evil
desires of him sell and many others with
duvilish o-ood success, and may yet ornament
a mock pulpit, way down below.
The above named California paper has en
tered upon its fourth year, with a good repu
tation, some money and a good deal of patron
age to lead it along successfully. It is one of
our best " country " exchanges.
Tho San Francisco Spirit of the Times has
commenced publishing its 85th volume. The
horse is a favorite hobby of the Times.
The charge is again made that Marshal Ba
zainu sold Metz to Prince Frederick Charles,
of Prussia, with whom, it is charged, Bazainc
dined the day previous to the surrender.
Recent telegrams state that the Jews were
coins persecuted in the Roman States, so
that, it seems, the Italians have lost none of
their ancient hatred for a race that lias never
injured them. Such conduct, at this, late day
in the world's history, ought to be frowned
down by every civilized country.
was experienced in some of tho Eastern and
For the Craft.
Cos, Wetherill & Co., Phtlafelpkia, hart.
commenced pablaaiBg the mmljyhmriam
Journalist, ,whicb "pcci;tebcM afcvar
ite with allMWcWraiW: It k TSfTMati
riatsd ad ably sAtsd. ir ; ;
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A CiEAN STATEMENT OF THE
Pnescorr, April 8, 1872.
Editor of the Arizona Miner:'
I have before me a document detailing
the proceedings had in relation to the claims
of our citizens for improvements taken from
them by the military authorities at Canq)
Mohave, under and in accordance with Gen
eral Orders No. 74, War Department, Nov.
That the reader may get a correct under
standing of the facts suggesting the heading
of this article, I will briefly review the his
tory of the whole matter:
In May, loG4, the limits of the military
reservation were defined by a survey of the
same, made by order of Captain Atchison,
then commanding at Camp Mohave.
Outside the limits of said reservation, a
settlement was made that finally grew into a
town, and was. in 18GG. made the countv
scat of Mohave count', and the Government
established a post office there.
The people went on building ana estab
lishing themselves in business, without mo
lestation, up to the Fall of 18G9, when an ex
tension was made of the limits of the reserva
tion, that to ik within its boundaries the
town of Mohave; and soon thereafter orders
were issued notifying every one that had
thus been corraled by the Government to
quit the reservation. "This order was as fol
given to all citizens to make preparation to
quit the reservation. Traders who have large
stocks of goods will bo allowed additional
reasonable time to remove their property.
(Signed) "W. M. Redwood Price,
"Bvt. Col. and Major 8th Caw, Comdg."
As it was emphatically verbally announced
that there would be no let up, but that they
must go in accordance with the order, the
people bundled out of their homes that had
cost them hard cash and labor, broke up their
business, hauled their goods off the reserva
tion and to such places as they could find to
store them the military at once taking
possession of the property they had been five
years in accumulating, and either tearing
down tho buildings to construct of them new
ones, or occupying them for various purposes.
In accordance with the tenor of order No.
74, which said that " when parties were in
possession with valuable improvements, the
Department Commander would cause an in
vestigation to be had, and report each case
separately for the orders and decisions of the
Secretary of War," the dispossessed parties,
through their Attorney, Mr. A. E. Davis,
made out statements of their several cases,
stating under oath tho cost of constructing
their improvements, and asking that they be
campensated for the same. Their applica
tions were forwarded to Department Head
quarters, whereupon the Department Com
mander ordered a board of officers to convene
at Camp Mohave, examine into each case and
report, which was done.
The said board resolving themselves into a
court, such evidence was taken by the board
as suited them to receive; and despite the
testimony of unimpeachable witnesses, prov
ing that the cost of constructing the improve
ments wasallthe claimants asked, they found
for the claimants and recommended that they
be allowed but about one-third of the amount
A proper zeal for the interest of the Gov
ernment is entirely commendable in govern
ment officials; but our Government is neither
so poor nor so mean as to resort to the rob
bery of its citizens to swell the volume of its
Now, the honorable Board should cither
not have received any testimony at all, or
receiving the same, been governed by it in
the finding unless it was rebutted. They
had no right to set up their dictum, of the
value of those improvements, in opposition to
the testimony of good citizens.
The claim of our feliow-citizen C. A. Luke,
deserves especial notice. Prior to the pro
mulgation of orders for the removal of citi
zens, Mr. Luke was charged of having violat
ed a certain post order forbidding the sale of
liquor by the-bottle to enlisted men. Under
this charge he was arrested and his goods
seized. Mr. Luke denounced the charge as
false and malicious, End demanded an inves
tigation of the matter, which he was unable
to obtain. After retaining his goods for sev
eral weeks they were restored to him without
any investigation whatever. Mr Luke soon
after removed from the reservation not by
any order, but of his own accord leaving
his house in charge of an agent When the
Board sat they refused to consider the ease
of Mr. Luke, for the alleged reason that he
had been removed from the reservation, for
violation of post orders, in having sold liquors
to enlisted men.
Mr. Luke, to exonerate himself and falsify
the charge of selling liquor, procured the
affidavits of five respectable witnesses as to
his good character and in rebuttal of tho ac
cusation of his improper selling of liquor as
alleged, and the Secretary of War, in justice
tn Mr T.nkf makes a noto -that no claimant
was removed for violation of orders, in selling
liquor by tho bottle to enlisted men iuus
rfebv the Board,
that Mr. Luko was removed for violation of
But to resume, as to the claims at large:
After reviewing the matter and getting it
throoeh the circumlocution omce, iuv
of two years, the Secretary of war refers we
n:rnina What that txxty may
i xi u tn hfi seen. JiUtlUSr
ao in lue uMiKr r
ticereqaires tbat.shey ipeed.ly pa a relief
and unfortunate report of a
I tee tliav was nuc; v . jaA
User, btpbn the:aw6rB,and Mrcbt tr
broaa Vd ciar ill thess cast
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'10, TEE POOR INDIAN!'
IFrom tfec Uocky Mountain Gazette.
The telegraph briops details of more Indian
outrages in Arizona. Readins them we were led
to remember -that Pope's celebrated "Esny ou
Man does not, but should, contain the following
Lo ! the bad Indian, whose murderous mind
Kills one's best friend by shooting from behind'
Swt et charity ne'er cnused him to delay '
The fatnl bullet he had alined to slay.
Fed, clothed, nilulstercd to his many ills.
Ills wants supplied, he his benefactor kills;
With pluuder loaded to the reservation flics,.
Ents, drinks, nnd by his clooehman lies,
While the soldier olt wards the hnnd
Of tlte quick raised and vengeful band, m
Who his trail has followed to his lair
With purpose sole of "ralsiug off his hair,"
This truth maintuinlng.'both by day and night,
That to kill an Indiau it is always right.
General Howard's Instructions.
Following are the instructions which Gen
eral Howard carries with him on his mission
I Arizona :
Department op the Interior, )
"Washington, D. C, March 4, 1872.
Sir: On the 21st of Julv, 1871, Vincent
Colyer, Esq., Secretary of the Board of Indian
Commissioners, was directed to proceed to
New Mexico and Arizona lcrritoric., to
take such action as in his judgment might
be deemed wisest lor locating the nomadic
tribes of Indians of those Territories upon
suitable reservations, bringing them under
the control of the Indian Department, and
supplying them with the necessary subsist
ence, clothing, and whatever elso mght be
He was invested with Full powers, to be
exercised according to his discretion in carry-
mg into effect the above objects, and was di
rected to report from time to time to the Sec
retary of the Interior his action and progress.
On paces, from 62 to oo inclusive, in the
"third annual report of. the Board of Indian
Commissioners " (seo copy herewith) will be
found the reports made by Mr. Colyer upon
On the 7th of November, 1871, I, after re
ceiving said reports, addressed to the Presi
dent ot the United btates a communication, a
copy of which will be found in volume of" re
port" above relerreu to, pages od, on, where
in the policy of the Government in reference
to the Indians m Arizona anil jNew Mexico is
distinctly set forth. This policy was approved
by the President and becretary ol W ar, and
instructions were given, ns I understand, to
the ofheers of the ar Department to carry
out that policy in the treatment of taid In
dians, and to co-operate with this Depart
ment in so doings .
Circumstances have recently arisen creat
ing apprehensions that hostilities may be
renewed between the Indians and the milita
ry authorities, whereby the policy thus in
augurated is in danger of being defeated.
To prevent, if possible, tho occurence of
such a result, and to maintain peace and
insure the execution of the policy ol the
Government, as indicated in the letter to the
President, before referred to, you are hereby
authorized and requested to proceed to the
Territories of Arizona' and New Mexico, nnd
there take such action as in your judgment
may be deemed best for the purpose of pre
serving peace with the Indians in these Ter
It is especially desired that such Indians
may be induced to settle and remain perma
nently upon reservations; that they cease
entirely their nomadic habits and their prac
tices of injuslico and cruelty toward the
whites, and that the whites be induced, if
possible, to treat the Indians with humanity,
justice and forbearance, and that the military
authorities be fully impressed with the neces
sity of inducing both whites and Indians to
conform to the wishes of the Government as
The Department vests you with full powers j
and a general discretion, to be exercised as
your own good judgment may indicate, in
canning into effect its views in relation to
these Indians, and you are requested to report
from time to time lo the Secretary of the
Interior your progress and action under this
You are further requested to consider the
propriety of inducing the nomadic tribes of
Arizona to unite and accept a Reservation
further cast in the Territory of New Mexico,
where they may be more readily reached by
the efforts of the Government, and of philan
thropic citizens in tho work of providing for
their physical want, and with u view to
promoting their civilization.
The great object of the Government is, first,
to preserve peace bcecn the United States
and these as well as other tribes of Indians ;
second, to induce them to abandon their pres
ent habits of life and go upon permanent Res
ervations, and be placed under the influence
of education and Christian civilization.
You will, therefore, spare no effort in your
power to induce the Indians to conform to
those wishes of the Government, assuring
them of its full protection and assistance so
long as they obey its wishes and comply with
You will confer, as frequently and fully as
circumstances will permit, with General Crook
and other military officers, and co-operate with
them, as far as practicable, in executing the
duties with which you are charged.
You will be authorized to- employ a clerk,
whose expenses and compensation will be paid
by the Office of Indian affairs,,
Very respectfully, your obedient serrat
C. Delaxo, Secretary of the Is tenon
Gea. O. O. Howaxb, WabingtwaD.
Sn Btrxardino Chuufiias
E. -A; XisWt aad Jsstffr Brswa have re-
Mailv rui rrla4ASl . tk aHaimm J mcvvai-
Business & Professional Card
U. S. Collector of Internal Hevenuc
ontee East side of Plaza, Prectl,
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-LAYt
WTll practice hi profew ion in oil the Courts f t Tcrn'W
HARLEY H. CARTTER, !
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-LAW
Pre.cott, Yavapai County, Arisen.
Will attend o buita lo all tho court! of the Terrltcr
J. P. HARGRAYEj
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-LAW.
Montezuma street, Frcscott, Arizona.
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-LAN
J. . McCAFFRY,
ATTORNEY and C00NSELOR-AT-LA1
Mnlu Street, Tucou, A. T.
O. H. CASE,
United States Deputy Mineral Survsyc
I. Q. DICKASON,
U. S. MARSHAL FOR ARIZOXi
Ofilcc at 1VontI!i!e. tejvXHl
J. N. McCANDLESS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEOJ
Oilier. Xorth. Side of Plaza, Prcucett.
HENRY W. FJLEURY.
PROBATE JUDGE & NOTARY PUBL3
Office next door to Dr. McCsadless.
WE A. HANCOCK,
Notary Public and Conveyanci
IWauk Uei'luruti.ry S(n trtitot t.
Anil I.cgul Plank of &M kinds. IlllJt GolleeUsl proroj
rhroaU. Mnricop Co AHjoflu. Jan. 9th, 1H7S. tf
PIONEER DRUG ST0R
On hand and for Sale: ,
AYER'S, JAYNE'S, BRISTOL,
BULIS AlffD HALL'S
And a fuU niwrtmcnt of the font I'ntrnt Trdlcli
noiv la the market trarntntol frcih and genuine.
Fancy Toilet Articles, Soaps and Perfumt
And a full supply of Dur&NBixo Mr.UiCtsrj.
PhylIclull', Prescription carefully and ao
atoly Compounded. OEO.D KENDAL
5P Dn. Kcsdaix's Office In rear of Dru Store.
Horses, Mules, nnd OxenSIr
MILLER & RROS. RANCH,
Oise-lialf Mile West from Prcsca
PLAZA FEED AND SALE STABi
BROOKE & liUU
rrweott, October SI. 16C9.
HEREAFTER WE WILL SELL, FOIfctfii
31bs Sagar ...jf!vV.$!
3 boxes Yrt Powders... ..
Coffee, per poaatl. .....vl.
KVKR1THI.VO JBLSBIIf PKOFORT1,
D. HENDERSON t Bfi
Picscdt, ArlMM, x)c
TVholMato aa4 lUteil Deakn la
Grsccriea, Prrltsa, Clatklsf. BmI
Shr,Itf4iiBrzf Crockery, Harm1 war
Varaalag at XlaLaflatpIeaieata,,
SotttbsMt Cowst of Plaza, FiavoL'l
XOOK AND JOB PR12f3HiV
o J. a Mxmm.i.trm
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or zvxkt Hjj g 'mrr