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PUENIX, SALT RIVER VALLEY, MARICOPA COUNTY, A. T., SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1STS.
SALT RIVER HERALD.
SALT RIVER HERALD.
Published every Saturday by the
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C. . McCuxtock . . Editor and Manage!
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SAX FRAXCISCO Charles W. Crane
Delegate to Congress Hiram S. Stevens
Ooeernor..... ........ ..........John P. lloyt
S Hrerary John J. Oosper
Assistant Secretary J. K. AmlerH n
A editor K- T- Clark
Treasurer T. J. Butler
Surveyor General John W'asson
8 ipreme Judges
First District.. Chief JusHeeO. V W. French
Second District leFrest Porter
Third District Cbarle S.leot.
Clerk Supreme Court Joeeph Neurons
D ft. District Attorney E. B. Pnmroy
I-ted States Marshal W. W. Stnndifer
Ivermty Marshal. 2o Di-rt II. C. McDonald
Collector Internal Kevenue Thos. Cordis
Kecister U. 3. iMi Offiea
Preseott W. X. Kelly
Florence C. D. Posten
"Jteeeirer V. S. Land Office-
Florence vi Knreles
rrescott George Lount
uamrnrA cocsrr omenta.
1'n.ier SherilT ....
sjlerk District Court.
. ..Win. A. ITimeoca
. Geo. E. Mowrv
. F McXulty
.F. A Shaw
John T. Alsap
F. A. Shaw.
f K. B. ( arlev.
Oeo. W. nnck.
t J. 1. Mjihon.
Justices of tbe Pence : J. I. Rumbttro; and R.
Tempe Precinct H Dnnham
Itiebmood Precinct. . Andrew Laybeyaad J. It.
I hereby announce myself a Cardidjite fw
herift of Maricopa county, at the comiu;
ieciin. Josr.ruvs I'liv.
rntMX. A. T. June 22. lS'i. I f
For Delegate to ('on;re.
To tbe Voters of Arizona Territory:
I hereby announce myself as a Candidate
for Delejrate to Congress at the enU'ne; Xo- I
.ember election. KlSn S. WonlKT. ;
for lelccate to 4'onsrrxH.
I very respectful y nnnounre rnrsolf as an I
Independent People's Candidate fiw Relrti
to the 4fith Coas-re. If I am elected. I will ;
atrictly adhere to sry lonner coarse, and with I
the advnntare of passe err nonce, will labir
1o advance the entire interest of the Territory !
and her people. To this nd I very reject- :
fully soitcit the supprt of all citizens. I
Jane I 1ST. II. S. Steves.
For Relegate: to tongrcM. j
To the Voter, of Arizona:
In accordance with the expressed wishes of a '
freat manT citizens of the Territory. 1 herewith j
submit my name to the voters Ihemf, as an In-
teqendent Candidate to the 4tith Coorress of !
the United States, and most respectfully ask '
he snnpnrt of my fellow citizens, sromis ns j
-f hat. If eleeten. 1 will do everythmc possihle.
In an benorable way, to serve bea and the
. 99. 1T. JWV C. CMTT-fT".. T 't
TV-HARTOX & SHEETS, rhvsieiam and ,
' Surrenns. Will attend prfessional calls
at any hour of the day or night. Otlic first
-door east of the Courthouse, Phenix. A T.
ft. 11. P. Sheets. M. D.. late of Iteno N'ev.
.If. E. V barton, SI. D., U. S. Medical Kvam
T) K. B. 1 COXTEKS. Phjicia and Sur"
OFFICr Washington, two d:rs frozs
teznma steret, Phenix. Arizona.
JOHN T. AI-SAP. Attorney an Counselor
at Law. Phoenix, Arizona.
OJ. THIBODO. M. D. Physician and Sur
"eon. ftradnntc flffcCnlrmitv nt Uti'n
rnllMr. Canada. H5i. MBce at drue store of !
ThO-0 Mm sf A I
H. tLEMOX. Atfomy nt Law. Ofli'-w
" opposite Omrt House, on "Wimhinctoij St..
Thoenix, Arizona. Prompt attention a-iven t
all biu.nM entmtetl me in the Federal and
.County Conn of tbe Territory.
VT- A- HANCOCK. I'robateJndre. Notary j
' Public and Attorney at Law. Land bmi I
mi a speciality.
TOHS E. NAYLOR, Attorney and t'Hinselor
at Law. and Notary Puhiic JiJ;onix. Ari
aona. Will practice in all Courts r the Ter'ty.
rOX 6c BOLAN. Attoroeyat Lar, Phoenix,
Arizona. "Will practice at all Court ot
TrM. ISAAC, Surveyor and Ciril Kiifrineer.
All work s-nnrunieed Price reamnlIe.
Order left wila the Phoenix Postmaster will
pBAKKLISf MrCKSKKR. Attorney nd
f- C.Hoelor at law, lrescott, Ariiona. Will
rraetice in all the Courts. Otfice with the Dis
A RAM. BRCNER 4; ISRUXER. Am.mers
l-oese ors at Lie. Preseo't. Arlcn.
A J. Bran-r. N'oterv. Will prnetiee in l the
Cai. Sr-H-tui aiten'ion (riven in Mining Law
Bd the perfecting of riili-s to lnn-t.
-piTCH CIlUItCHII.L A'turaers and
Counselors at Latr. Presei.tt. Ariwna.
Will praetiee in all tbe Crams of the Territory-
Speeial attention riren to praetiee in the
Supreme Conrt; also Mining Law and the pe
lectins; of titles to laoit.
Tniiv unit' 1 1? it .. ..
' at Iw. Preseott, Arizona. UrUce, South
1Al'L WrnER. Attorney aud Cuunselor at
I PrnMH A
rp J. URI'M. Attorner at Law. Will rrae--1
tiee ia all the Courts. lTeseott. A. T.
IrLAKR CO.. Aua.rers. fiuM Duet, liol.l
J and Silrer Dull ion and Ores of every des
rlptioa snlted and aseaved. All a-savs'ruar.
-inteed. Fries of ore aiiay : Silver an.t ;..H,
3; Lead. 3; Ceer, .". Samples ran
eat by mail or express, and rt-tnms will tr
promptly made. Oflioe, wth Wrils, Fariro A:
TEXAS PACIKJC KAII.ROAIX
V. . I..xri tirn'T.
FlU,.M June 1-. 1ST.
T am author'iseU hv the Texas leiti- ltil
road Csnrssr to sny. that neru;.i ot hinds '
rserred to snil ttn,MBr, by Ai-t of Congress. I
who Ale applicittues. ran lm li.e option if ;
rmrehase as itutje mininiMm pri-e ror u ated
time after the title is cniptli-. 1
'f l'ltB!i: II. T. -TtlS. j
Washington Street, between Maricopa anb
Clean Beds and well Ventilated Rooms, by
the day ar night.
Beat el Accommodations lor Families.
A showir bath baa lately been connected
with the Hotel for th convenience cf
guests and the public generally.
I. J. GARDINER, Proprietor. 15-tf
T. J. Morgan.
Curler St., one door east Post Otfice,
AXD DEALERS IX
Diamonds. Watches, Clock?, Jew
elry and Silverware, Spectacles,
Gold Pens and Pcueils, etc.
Watchmakers and Manufacturing? Jewelers.
All kinds of Jewelry and Silverware made from
Native firld and Silver. EnjrrRVinjrs ! every
description. Sral Presses, Utbboo Stamps.
Mcatezusaa, between Jefferson and A dams Sts
Easter Made Chairs Constantly on Hard : ti:
PlKEXIX. . .
- - Prop "r
BRICK FOR SALE.
Iaqairef ALLEN Jc FEW.
Contractors and Builders.
A the Ttew dic'k yard, Phenix.
THOMAS. Y. PARKER,
. . . ...
GUnSlTHth ajld LOCKSmith.
AH work in my line intrusted to me will
W executed promptly, and in a worfcsuualikc
Orders l-ft at my residence, 5Iontezwma street,
will receive prompt attention. 15-tf
I. T. WaWh
fv f -,,,1 TiisT,! s.u I
1"- 11 L-1 mil. jjuiau.i i?.
Store and eSce fitting promptly attended to
.SUw Corner Warf.irton and C ortez sts. 11
Corner Washington ud Centr Street.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
Fashionable Ttoots and Shoes. Of the best
material, made to order in eiegant style.
rEKFECT TITS GUARANTEED.
k y T rrir TT t- svntii- ntlssntinn in eiiatstn.
mails nr k . and I luvarrrv tus-ilitv furcriviiur i
SEND IX YOt'It ORDEHS.
Xext Building south of the IlEItALD Offlcs
All kinds of Jewelry zaade and re. aired
A full Min'tnimt of Ttpwt of all part of
Arizona irci.l.Unir Tiewn of ti-w-n. froTfrnrnfnt
ImliaD, cactus, etc.. PxIO nnt srrco
acopic . II. KTHRICK.
i i i
j A F.rst-CIass WASH HUl'SF. on the comer of
j.NiTWtt Ike INn, streets, liltiek Hj. 1 i ojien-
; xl where you en the Ult uf wi.liioe done
at the shortest nu;ie ty a Stutuish Vuouly.
FAMILY WAKIIINii A SPKC'ALTV.
All Work Guarranteed,
eo"t -?n yri'OtTTFVr) tTtQH.Trv.
Jobbing werk of all kinds done at tbe shorte
nutire. nnd on the m t reasonable terms
Crave orilers at the News Oepof.
W, K. JInr.KIS.
New Butcher Shop.
On Montezuma Street next to the HERALD
William T. Smith
Bejrs to inform the Teopie or Tbonix and stir
roundiling country that the best stents of all
kinds will be found at his Xetr and Clean
Market. Give meaCull. 1-t
Hotel axd Restaurant,
; 1 1, LETT - AK1ZOXA.
Board by the day or week
22 W. F. SIXCiLE, Proprietor.
3ianncnKeu - - - Prop. I
This Pioneer Stable of Otllett has at all
ir btvrdm horses. 1
Horses on hand at all times t et and for sale. ;
PICKET POST HOTEL.
Harms lately purchaW the aov. name.,,
Hotel, I hnve mtiAi many btpp-veiwnU, and
offer upr?rKr accommodation to tbe .
A Feed Yard aad Curat are connected with
Location, directly oppite tVe TostotSce
Mlie!. E. KKSTOX, 1-ItOP.
A. II. CUMM1NGS,
V. O. Box 272, 82 J Strce
SAC R AMEXTO, California.
Importer and Dealer in Clrecn and Dried
Fruits. Isins. Candies, Xuts. Honey, etc..
All onter. by udl promptly Bi:cd.
FecJ "iard and Livery
yriTF.X for COME "T U the mine v
" sure and leave vonr anneuii Is nt my Corral,
and care. A.K.XKFF.
L :V U X D R Y.
First block above Monihon's Corral
Tvashinp called for and retm nrd. T2ultf
All work in try line done at the shortest no
tice. Contracts tuken. Corner of Adams and
Montezuma streets. J. II. CUJIMIXGS.
NEW BARBER SllOr.
SHOt in th rear ol iba .tlagnulia Saloon,
Br strict attention to tiiuinesi, I hope to war
rant a tuir bare wt yuur patrt'Duge.
Lat of Sun Frauciicu.
RAXCII FOR RENT,
F.ir rartio:ir rp'r to J. r, MonitJm
Ih?nix Lirary St(il)l. n'J.'.if
j BARBER BUOr.
Shampooing, . . 25 cts
I Hair Cutting, - - - 50 cts
Shaving, S5 cts
Or, all three for $1.00,
In TCiSf fit Cotton 8 blllard 1'arlorS
New Phenix Bakery
J. ULIXHOX, rroprietor.
Waibinfc-:on street ojijwit the Courthouse.
Fire loarcs of Tlrend, or Fire r.read Tiekets
iur Hi.a t..Uar.
Fies r.r.d CiiV es a rayi nit hettit. M-tf
Xorthtiit (ri.i rrf th -. I'tnzi,
niATi:si'it' nnKAD foi; dih.lai:.
Fmit 4 aVes am', lT.try of nil kind, fur wed
ilinf iartie. i-li-., iti i.it'l to order.
.uc-:i jri.ir.: i-ai i:i:i.i:n.
E. IRVINE & CO.
Now that the harvest is
nearly over it is ascertain
ed beyond a peradventure
that the wheat and barley
crop in Salt Rivr Valley
is large. The Gila Valley
usually produces an enor
mous quantity of that grain
but this j'car very little
has been raised there, ow
ing to the lack of water
for irrigation. The late
abundant rains will insure
fodder in the Northern
part of the Territory but
it has come to Izte for the
corn, so that crop will be
nearly a failure this )-ear.
rrM i e iv it
J.1U3 Stall OI aiiaiTS 111
8urrolinfinfr COUntlT Will
. CI J
glVC the fal'mCrS Of Sfllt
Riyer Valley a market for
aU thei r grain at remuner-
atire prices. Barley has
a)v;,Ilce1 a QlUirtCr and
wheat half a cent since kar-
vest began, with an up
E. IRVINE a GO,
Who keep at their old
stand on the west side of
; t Jj e j JaZU bdllg 111 UlllSOn
: .j ,je?t interests of
thc couutrV) continUe
supply their patrons
I with anything uuailv
fOVLn, -m a"
j JS V 0 1C
at, tlio x-orv
' liriCO llOSsiblo.
not sell many times for cost
but they sell at such a
.small advance oncost that
all who desire to purchase
will find it to their advan
tage to go thero and buy.
Having purchased the en
tire stock of the late firm
of A.M. Janes Sc Co., they
are prepared to sell many
Buyers will do well to note
this fact and call there and
examine this stock before
it is all gone, as there are
bargains to bo had un
nnd Caps for
Proprietor;!1 Spc-olult-. Agricultural
Implements in stock and
in transit, for
Do not forget tlie store on
the west side of tho Plaza
with the sign
E. IRVINE &
A Touch of Pity.
Forth they sot :tt early morn,
Happy in their hope,
Adown ilic path and through the corn
And hy a grassy slope ;
Then o'er a stretch of clean sca-saud.
And reached ajslippery pier;
And the brotlwr raised his hand.
And said, "We'll east lines here."
And. oh, the tremor of her heart
As tackle straight he set!
She deemed her itrothcr had more art
Thau any angler yet.
And at each hilc she felt a glow
(f pride, that made her speak
In louder tones; there came a How
Of blood to either cheek.
At last a catch! the silvery sides
Came twinkling o'er the pier
She shrieked with joy; but soon the
Of joy were changed to fear.
As full she looked upon the thing
That writhed before her eves.
The heart felt for ils suffering,
She burst in tears and sighs!
And all her day was clounded dim
With thoughts she could not speak:
The voice was low: she stood by him,
But pale was now her cheek.
Her first glimpse oftheiiland pain
That haunts the world, that day.
Disturbed her heart, and ue're again
Will she so gladly play.
Ail. little maid, that mystery
O'ershadowed all our work,
And unto many, as to thee.
Has turned the hriirht to dark.
110 In the Shade.
j Oh, for a lodge in the garden of cu
Oh, for an ieeburg or two at con
Oh, for a vale which at- midday the
Oh, for a pleasure trip up to the Pole ;
Oh, for a little one-story thermometer.
With nothiuir but zeros all ranged
in a row!
Oil, for a big double-barreled hy
drometer, To measure this moisture that rolls
from mv brow !
Oh, thai this cold world were twenty
(That's irony red-hot it secmeth to j
Oh, for a turn of its dreaded cold
Oil, what a comfort an ague would
Oh, or a grotto to typify heaven.
Scooped in a rock under cataract
Oli, for a Winter of discontent even.
Oh, for wet blankets jinlicious.lv
Oh, for a soda fount spoutinsr up
...in ii nut iami-in:-i nguiusi
the hot skv !
un, tor u tou maiucn to iook on mc
Freezing my soul with a glance of
her eve !
Miner says : During the pres
ent month Yavapai county has been
blessed with an abundance of mois
ture. More rain has fallen within
the last 2j davs than during the
preceding two years. The pure. mtendent of this division, and Seth
silvery waters that meandered j Green, .superintendent of construe
down nearly every canyon oa our j lion have been here this week,
pine-clad mountains during the early j Uot'i of them seem to think that
davs in this Territory, had entirely I railroad buildimr to the eastward
disappeared; the moisture had de -
parted from the earth, and grass j months, the company is now un
ccased to grow and furnish a velvety i derstood to have plenty of ties, but
garb for the surrounding hills and j its supply of rails must be to ar
valleys. l'lacer miners were com- j rive. However, it don't take long
polled to throw aside sluice-boxes, ; to get rails for money,
shovel, and pick, and turn their at-1 ., , ,
tntinn 1.1 ,n, ntl.ne vor-ntintJ "ill ZC JalUCS Daily W llO lo.Hl-
Ouartz mills, that were constructed j CTJ 1,10 proprietor of the 1 rcecott
by enterprising citizens, at great -F.','c money to buy the job
expense, and in many inatanuos pnuting office, is a clerk in the
taking their all, have been idle for ?trC ot Ji)hn,'- tamphell, the Jwi
tl.o uv.nt nf r..te oml mmmo, ! terprisc candidate lor C ongrcss.
ioi,J t .?.,..in,i
.....o ti.i.. "-'"-"
Hundreds of persons who oainc to uil"-4 '"I'l'
tho Territory for the purpose 0flJ"nn-r- t''np1"'11' lot the Later-
making bomea. found the country irie Mow easily understood !
dried up, and have passedon to . Tupson llav0 8uTj.
some other locality. V.JuaLlc .in.l scrila o;.cr Ss00 to reward tho
productive fanns.in or, .nary seasons p inJian, if tw oateh the
have been abandoned and one of,, ,',,. i... ...1.1....1 ,i,
the safest, most profitable and hon
orablo pursuits orlpjiled. Stock
raising has been an up-hill business
during all this dry time. At last
relinf has come to our doors. Min
ing in placors and piarU will onoe
more reviTC and surpass anything
heretofore known iu Yavapai. The
mountain stream? will once more
run as of old, grass will spring up ;
and cover thickly the bleached and i
barren bills of a few weeks past,
anastocKoi an Kinas win uiny
iaugn at tne great least ucturo tliem.
Dry ranches will be above par,
corn and potatoes will be i.lentiful,
hay sulhViont to supply ihe demand,
and the cencral result will be peace
and plenty for all.
The veto cast by tho different
Counties of Arizona at the last elec
tion is thui "iven by t '.c Enterprise;
Mohave oounty, 3!,"; Pinal county,
."8.1; Maricopa county, 3!) I; Yuma
02; J una county, 72(i;
ounty 1,1 Totid ?.:,!.
Yuma Sentinel has the followiii";
Considerable amusement was afford
ed b' the precipitate manner in
which "reformers" rushed to Col.
E. K. Ilewett to disavow all feel
ings of hostility againft the South
ern l'acific l'ailroaa Company. Col.
Ilewett came here on business of
his company, but some vug inform
ed the "reformers'' that he had
come to take a hand in the town
clec'ion. Men who the week before
were loud in denouncing the "soul
less corporation," and in demanding
recover' of property stolen by them
from the people, were the recdest
in eating diity, humble pic, and
made the strongest professions of
loyalty and good will. What is there
that a one-horse politician will not
do ? Yuma politicians arc small po
tatoes to a corporation that deals
chiefly with United States Senators
and Congressmen. Imagine flies
apologizing to a thick-skinned rhi
noccrous, and offering him their
fiicudship nnd support.
At the last meeting of the Board
of Supervisors of Pinal county,
says the Citisen : Mierilt isrady pre
sented an official Uond in the sum
of $10,000 with Aaron Mason, Jose
Guindaiti. and Manuel llamiroz as
suiities, which was examined, ap
proved and ordered filed. The
County Treasurer presented the Du
plicate Assessment Roll. The taxes
amount in the aggregate on real
and personal property to the sum of
$15,449 07. At the rerj nest of the
cx-Officio Tax Collector the Board
allowed liim until the 9th day of
September next, wherein to file his
oflicial bond nssueh tax collector in
the sum of of ?20,000.
Brazelton the daring siagc robler
was killed by the authorities three
miles south of Tucson Monday Au
gust 19th. He had participated in
nine, stage robberies in this territory
and in Xew Mexico, three near Sil-
i ver City, including the one at Cook's
I Canon, two in northern Arizona.
and four near Tucson, the most of
which work he did alone. lie re
sided in Tucson for something over
a year, and was employed in hauling
hay, grain, wood, etc., for which his
superior strength qualified him.
L ite reports from the develop
ments going on in Tombstone Dis
t ict, in the S:n Pedro valley, are
good, the Contention, recently
bought by San Francisco parties
for $10,000 could not be purchased
j jor si iiait a million. Hie vein is
ononed at. various nnint. for J00 feet.
m-i, ,lr;;,vli ci1!lty ,1n. .-.Tv
cct- 1S 111 s,x of ore without
touching a wall, ine ore iroin tne
bottom of this shaft assays over
S1000 per ton, and other develop
ments niorctlu'.n maintain the repu
tation of the richness of the dis
trict. Wc take tho following from the
Yuma Sentinel: Two prominent
railroad men Uol. Hewitt, Super-
;willhc resumed within a couple of !
i Tliisj job omce is reported to be
.....- ,. , ... r
nnd mails on the 1 1th instant at
G. P. Gabriel of Silver King Is
a candidate for Sheriff, and V, P.
Massolftte fur Treasurer of Pinal
Picket Post has been visited by
a severe storm,
. Los AngckiJ nUicmn As an
;-.,, f the mineral wealth of
Ar;zoua we wt.re yPSt(,r(iav inform-
' i t1,,f ,1 ,. fr, fl. riiftnti miv
- . Sf) rk.h th.lt it ;s liaul(Jll
by teams six huudred miles to the
Penver and Kio (itaiule narrow
gauge railroad, and then sent all the
way to Daltiuiore, Md., for reduction,
There ought to lie enterprise suffi-
cient to bring ll;is ore to C'alilornia
! for reduction and for manufacture
' into the vario'is articles of necessity
! Jor w lncli tliis valuatiic metal is
Xrw Mexico Matters.
The ffovernor has appointed"
Hon. Saturnino B.tcca as a com
missioner of Lincoln county in place
of William Dowlin rcsirued.
The oldest inhabitant pronounces
this the hottest summer known in
New Mexico for many years the
nights have been nearly as warm as
ordinary summer nights in the
A party of armed men attacked:
the Mescalero Apache Agency near
Fort Stanton, N, M., on the 5t!t
inst, says the Las Vegas Gaz'ttc and
stole all the horses at the agencr, a-jl
killed the Agent and chief clerk.
According to the Messilla In Je
pendent that valley has been visi
itcd this season by a series of un
usual wind and hail storms, which
have done great damage to the crops
Silver city Herald: On the ltlh
inst while a hearder was in camp at
Soledail Canyon he was called upon
by a visitor, who" after partaking of
a meal, attempted to take the gun
of his host. In the attempt the visi
tor was shot and killed, but not un
til after having given a severe knife
wound to the other party. The
herder has given himself up to th
We learn from authority that can
not be be questioned, says the Las
Vegas Gazette, that the Denver and
Rio Grande railroad have raisd
fund nearly sufficient to build the ex
tension So Albu'pierqne. Five
hundred thousand dollars we-rcr
raised in Kngland some two months
ago, and $170,000 more arc re
quired, of which amount the larger
portion has been raised. This road
will leave Santa Fe some thirty
miles to one side, unless a deviation
from the contemplated route is made
in favor of Santa l'e.
Los Angeles Herald: From a.
gentleman who has lately arrived in
Los Angeles from Arizona wc learn
hat the mining prospects in that
Territory are excellent. The onlv
iuipedimcnts to heavy and satisfac
tory developments are the delayed
railroad construction and tho pauci
ty of capital. In his opinion this
is the golden time for investment
there. There are in Arizona thous
ands of mines which can be obtained
i f0r a mere gonjr. which are tles'.ined
I in the near future to enrich their
fortunate owners beyond the dreams
of avarice. Many claims can now
be obtained for a few thousand dol
lars which, when Stanford and Scott
shall have f panned tua Tcrritorv
with steel rails, will rule away up
in the thousands, perhaps millions.
Prospectors who have tramped over
California and Nevada, without re
sult, are missing the opportnuiiic
of their lives, if they can command
a little capital in not hieing them to
the mining " fresh fields and pas
tures new" of Arizona.
GoVEKXJIKXT II.VV PRrCSSIXG IS.
Exoiaxd. The Englisli govern
ment docs not appear to be satisfied
with the density obtained by ordi
nary hay presses. AVc read that
the plant of hay pressing machinery
which has been in course of crec.tioit
for some time past iu Iioyal Dock
yard at Woolwich, was officially
tested on the 20th ulf., and it was
found that, with the aid of this ma
chinery, which is worked by hy
draulic power, three ordinary trus
ses of hay can readily be compress
ed into a somewhat smaller bulk
than that of one single truss in the
space of threo-quarters of a minute
no less than two tons on the s-piaro-
inch, aud so powerful u the plant
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and the machinery is capable of'
turning out 300 tons of compressed
hay per week, or doublo that
amomnt if working day and night-
Tho following from an exchaugo
is downright mean, and wc only
give it spaec to show the cussed
luss of some newspaper wen. No
lady ought to read it:
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The American Iinister to Turv
j key has sent the gunboat 'Dispatch
m invrtlo-nto tlie rase of .n. Amrr-
;can .l(vfwiIO founded a missiona-
, ry school in Thcssaly, and who is
( said to have been seriously molested
; Isy Ureoks.
An eight' stamp quartz mill,
miles from Sim Pcrnardino and the
. property of Senator Jones was
; li'ely destroyed by fire. No uisur-
, ance. 11 was not running at Itio