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HE ALT JLJ VOL. 2. rilEXIX, SALT RIVER VALLEY, -MARICOPA COUNTY, A. T., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1S7S. NO. D SALT RIVER HERALD. SALT RIVER HERALD. Published every Saturday bj the PHOZMX PUBLISHING COMPANY. C. E. McCLINTOCK - Editor and Manager. 8uBscmipnoif Bates. On Copy one year - - -One Copy six month 1M Cupf llim nnnthf. -By carrier, in Phenix, Per Month -J-'eor issues constitute One Month. AnVKBTifillta Rates. On Inch, one insertion ... Kara Subsequent insertion Professional cards, per quarter $5 on -J 5ii 1 50 50 cents $2 on . 1 no . 4 on Acent. SAX FRAXCISCOL Charles W. Crane OFFICIAL. DIRECTORY. TT.RMTOIGAl. OFFICERS. Ttelrtra'e to Congress Hiram S. Stevens OoTernor John 1". H-yt S cretanr J"h J- C.nsiwr Assistant Secretarv J. E. Amlena a, Audit..! E. l Clark Treasurer T. J. Bmler Stirreyor Reneral John Wussun S ipreme Jnlae First District. .Chief Justice C. O. W. French Second District DeForest IVrter Third District Charles 8 lent. Clerk Supreme Court Joseph Nenre V S. Kistrict Attorney E. B. Iimr..y V lited State Marshal W. W. Stan.li!er IpntT Marshal. 2.1 Dit H. C. McDonald Collector Internal Revenue Thos. Cordis Register U. S. 1-anu1 OHice--- Preseott W. K. Kelly Florence C. D. IWen Keceiver U. S. Land Oflice- Florence Levi Rules rrvwott Georgs Lount MARirUl'A COUNTY OFFICERS. Prtbate Judre A. Hancock Sheriff Weo. E. Mosrry 1'o.ler Sheriff i Pliy C.nty Recorder V. V McNulty Count r Treasurer F. A Sbaw ...'....J. T AiP! K. A. Sbaw. istrict Attorney Clerk D'slriet Court.. SK. It. t arley. (ieo. W. Buck. J. D. Monihon. TF'F.NII ritnMT. Justice of the Peace: J. D. Kumburg and R. P Hilaads. Tesnpe Precinct H. Dunham Kichmond Precinct.. Andrew Layhey and J. D. l.aHne i PROFESSIONAL. yHARTOX 4 SHEETS, rhrsieians and ! Will attend profession! rails at ut koor of Ibe dar or nieht. OIBee first door east of the Courthouse. Phenix. A T. O. II. P. Sheets. M. D.. late of Iteno Ner. J. E. Wharton, M. U. S. Medical Kxam Iner. S-tt TR. B. I. CONTERS, Physician and Sur' Late of Vim!.. Cal ) OFFICE Wahinctim. two djrs from Ma tnum stmt. Pbrmx. Arixnoa. J:h: at Law. Pbouix. Arizona. O. J. THIBOIMI. M. D- nir-tlrmn nn Sur- m, GnminMtf of th lDlvritr of Otin's ColWc. Caaatla. fftr at drug fttore of T Ltoa, roa fc Co. AI. LKMftX, Attomjr at I .aw. Offl eppiisite Court Htw. no Wabinirtnn Sr.. l"honix, Aritutia. Prompt ttrnti.m g'rn t all hnoM entmvted me in tha Krtlrral iml i:oatr Coarr of tha Territory. TTM. A- IIAN'CIK'K. Pmhste J ml. Notary 1 ' PnblW- aad Attorney at Law. Land bui- Baa a speciality. I TOHX E V AY LOR. Attorri-y and Counselor at Ijw, aad Notary Public. Pbonix. Ari loaa. Will practiea ia all Courts of tba Ter'ty. CUX at B,LAN. Attorneys at Law. Phoonix. Arisona. Will tYactice at all Courts ot the Territ'TT. J NO. L. GKEOU. M. D.. Phvsh kun. Sur fras sod Aceoifhtor. Inferences withMit penniasisssioa. F. M. Coerill. I 8. Senator, f iMoorl. Col. John T, Crittp, Jtn., Nominee lor Concreea. from M ttwumri. OFFICE Two miles South Harden' Ferry Arizona. "r-n-ltf pRANKLIX frl'SKER. Attorney aad t'oonselor at lsiv, lreseott, Arixooa. Will prartiea in all the Courts. Office with the Dis trict Attoroer. A RAM. BRUNER & RRl'NEK. Attorney and Counse ors at I.tw. Presrott. Arixona. A. J. Brnner, Notary. Will praettre in all the Ceurta. Speeial attention sjiren to Mining I.aw aad the perfecting of titles to land. pITCH CHCKCII1I.L. Attorneys and Counselors at iaw, Preseit. Arizona. Will practice in all the Courts of the Terri tory. Special attention ffiren to practice in the Supreme Court; also Miuinc; Law and the per lactins; of titles to land. TOHX HOWARD. Attorney and Counselor at Law, Prescolti Arizona. Office, South Montezuma St. PAUL WEBER, Attorney and Counselor at ; J. DRUM, Attorney at Taw. Will pntc 1 tice in all the Courts. Ircscott. A. T. BLAKE sc. CO., A ma vers. Gold Dust. Gold i A Usl 1111 ! ! "Wasllin ! ! ! and Silver Bullion ami Ore of every des- eription melted and assiiyed. All assays cuir- unteed. Pricesof ore asay : Silver au! Gold, j A First-Class WASH HOUSE, nn the corner if sS(3; Lead, $3; Copper, ". Samples can lie 1 Jefl'erson and l'ine, streets. 11 lock Hi. Iihj iiwu aentbymailor expren-. and returns will be ' ed where you can the b-t of wtxhinj done promptly made. Oilice, with Wells, Fargo St. LO frescott. Phenix News Depot. c. M. CLARK, KEALF.B IS Newspapers, Books, Periodicals. Candies. Kuts, Cigars. & Tuhaceo. Subscriittioti 8 taken for all Tapers and Periodicals. IEKIODICAS ESPASOLES. Also azont for the fiinutl Xursorj' of W.Je'T. Smith tf New York. Dill and examine for yourselves. At th. First Door East of the rostoflicc. tt-'itf BUSINESS" CARDS. PIIEXIX HOTEL. Washington Srt. letw.n Maricopa anb Pima Street. Clean Beds and well Ventilated Rooms, by the day or night. Best of Accommodations tor Families. shower bnth has lately been connected with the Hotel for th oonYenienre i?f guets and the public generally. I. J. GARDINER, Proprietor. 15-tf T. J. Morgan, Rurlev St., on door east Post Office, Pretcott Arizona AND DEALERS IN Diamond?, "Watches, Clocks, Jew elry mid Silverware, Spectacles, Gold Pens and Pencils, etc. Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jewelers. All kinds of Jewelry and Silverware made from Native field and Silver. Enenivinps ot ever description. Seal Presses. Kihbon Stamps. Furniture Factory. Mcntezumat between Jefferson and A dams Sts Eastern Made Chairs Constantly! on Hand Piicemx, . . . Arizona. Thos. Howe, - - rrop'r THOMAS, w. PARKER ' Gunsmith and Locksmith. All work in my line intrusted to me will be executed promptly, and in a workmanlike manner. Ordrr left at my r ilT.ce, Mt-ntrimma trctf will rre.Te lnmit atfrntlm. 15-tf T. C- Depew. J. T. WaUb Carpenters and Builders. Store and office fit tins; promptly attended also Job bins; 8bop Corner Wasbinsrtca and Cortex sts. 11-4 T. OLSOX, Corner Washington and Centre Streets. BOOT AXD SHOE MAKER. F&tliionl.le TUx and Shoes. Of the best material, made to order iu elegant style. r-ERFKCT FITS GUARANTEED. t xf" 1 ffie my entire attention to custom made work, and 1 hare erery facility for giving entire satisfaction. SEND IN" VOI R ORDERS. GUSTAY KAUCIIER, Next Building, south ol the HERALD Office Manufacturing Jeweler. All kinds of Jewelry made and re. aired REMOVAL. REMOVAL. NEW TIX SllOf. Has been removed to the block above the llKKAMi olliire aud adjoining the Saloon of Steren Dennrt. All workin my line done in a workmanlike manner and at a reasonable price. Tinitf E. PESQlFIRA. at the shortest notice by a Sjiauisb r'ainily. FAMILY WASHING A SPECIALTY. All Work Guaranteed. nnM-lm NEPOM1TENO VTK.K'UO. CAlli'KNTEKINU and - CONTRACT AV0RK- .IX FACT. Jobbing werk of all kinds done at the shortes notiee, and on the most reasonable terms Leare orders at the News Depot. W. R. MOItRIS. Cosmopolitan Restaurant Washington Street fbenix ! Next doer east of Cotton's HiUiard Tarlora. The cbeapes and best place to jre your meals. Board prr work KiiiKle sural SM I Ml 7.t BUSIXKSS CARDS. Xcw Butcher Shop. On Montcznma Street next to th Ilr.RAI.l) Office. William T. Smith Proprietor., Begs to inform the People or Pbcnix and stir roundding country that the best Ilea's of nil kinds will be found at his Kew and Clean Market, flive me a Coll. la YOUXG AMERICA Hotel and Restaurant, 4. 1 LLETT Board by the day or week MXULS AXI'ERSOX, Props. GILLETT LIVERY, FEED AXD SALE STABLES. Mann & Cnnnrk Froprs. liaa at all mmodationft Tb: Tioneer .Stable of C.illett times liav and irraiii and all the accoim fur ooaiamjt norvs. .. i...t , .n time.t .tadf..riie. El-tf PICKET POST HOTEL. Having lately purchased the above named Hotel, I hare made many improvements, and offer ftiiperior accommodations to the TRA.VEL1XG PUBLIC. A Keed Yard and Corral are counected with Ibe boose. .Location, directly opposite the Post office MUtf. K. HK.STOX, Pkop. A. II. CUMM1XGS, (Established 1.) t c 22.82 J Mrce r. o. SACRAMKXTO, California. lm,er and Dealer in Green and Dried Krulis. Kaisins. Candies, Nuts, Honey, etc., All orders by mail promptly fit'ed. SAM WING. NEW LAUX1) RY. Washing Sc Ironing Cheap. rOI.ISHING XKATI.V DONE. , tuidnraters ri:.,f A dam si Itmldtaa;. Klrert. Adjoining G KH.NG J.EK. L i U X D R 1'. WASHINGTON" Stroet, PlltlMX First lix k above Mniuhmf s Corral Washing calif! fur and retnionl. CARPENTER SHOP. All work io my line done at the shortest no tice. Centracts taken. Corner of Adams and Munteznma streets. J. II. CUMMINGS. 15-tf XEW BARBER SHOP. t have rwnel for the pretent, a nw BARREIt A SHOl in the rear ut tbe .Magnolia ISuluon, vntruuee on ' MONTEZl'MA STRKET. By strict attention to ImiiineM, I hope to war rant a fair share wt your patronage WM. STL'RNBL'KO. Late of San Francisco. BARBER Shanipmiing, Hair Cutting, -Shaving, SHOP. 25 cts - 50 i ts '-'3 cts Or, all three for $1.00. L rear of Cotton's Billard Parlors HENRY T1PPETT. Proprietor New Phenix Bakery J. 1IF.I.VSOX, rri.prielor. Washington street upptwite the Ctrartlionse. Kij;h loaresof rireail, or F.ielit llri-nd Tick ets for One Istillar. PWs nnl Cult m a aysn liSnd. 14-tf PIONEER BAKERY Washington Stiikkt. Xurtlwitt Coriufif the l't.':,r, 8I.oave.sof i-.i:f.ai kok i dollar. Fruit Cake ami l.try of all kimls, lur wetl tine rartirs. etc., prfl.'! t urdT. u.'-'l JLLH o UALLIU.Ky. K. IRVINE & CO. Now that the harvest is nearly over it is ascertain ed beyond a neradventnre that the wheat and barley crop in Salt Rivr Valley is large. The fJila Valley usually produces an enor mous quantity of that jrrain but this year very little mg 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 1 .to for the corn, so that crop will be 'nearly a failure this vcar. This state of affairs in the surrounding country will give the farmers of Salt I River Valley a market forjMorley and a party of .surveyors a 1(.Jr crraJn at rcmiiner- p'aVG arrived in riorcncr. Mr. . y i 1 ativc prices. JJarlev ha at.lvancctl a quarter and wheat half acent since har vest began, with an up ward tendency. E. IRVINE & GO, Who keep at their old Stand Oil the West side of the i.laza hr-in? in unison -iii . . AVltll the best interests of ! the Country, Will continue to SUIW V t lCU' mtrOllS with alivthill USlially found in a G EXERAIj M EKCII ANPISE I Store at the very lowest price possible. The do not sell many times for cost but they sell at such a small Sldvance Oil cost that .all who desire to purchase ... rt . . , will find it to their advan- (tagC to go them and buy. Having purchased the en - tire Stock of the late firm p ir t . o , .1 . Ul .1, .11. iV nicy are prepared to sell many:. il . iiuiurs o at San Francisco Prices. t, "ii i n . j Buyers will do well to note ' this fact and Call there and examine this Stock before it is sill gone, sis there arc O 7 largaillS to be had Ull- doilbtedly. Powder. Fuse, and Caps for MINERS. a Specialty. Atcricultural Implements in stock and in transit for FARMERS. Do not forget the store on the west side of the lMaza with the sicrn E. IRVINE & CO. He Careful What Von Nay. In speakinir of a person's ways. Pray don't forget vour own; Remi-iiilx-r (hose with homes of glass Should seldom throw a stone. If wo have nothing else to do. Then tiilk of those who win, 'Tis better to eommence at home, And from that point begin. We have no riirlit to judge a man Until he's fairly tried; Should we not like his company, We know the world is wide. Some may have faults and who has The old as well as younir; f not V Perhaps we may. for :iurlit we know. Have titty to their one. I'll tell yon of a better plan. And tind it works full well. To try my own defects to cure, Ere other's faults I tell. And lliouirli I sometimes hope to be Xo worse than some I know. Mv own shortcomings bid me let The faults of others go. Then let us all when we begin, To slander friend or foe. Think of the harm one word may do To those who little know. Remember curses, sometimes like Our chickens ronst at home; Don't speak of other's faults until We have none of our owr. AKIZOX.Y IT11IS .The CHucn savs : Mr "W. R Mnrley is encineer for tlic Atchison Company, and his business in Ari zona at this time is to determine upon the most frasihle route for that road from Allierqucrqiic, X. M.f to Florence or Tucson, Arizona. The pnrty came in hy way of Rail road l'ass and Avivaii:i Canyon. Work on that road will be contin ued until the road forms a junction with the Soul hern Pacific. The track is now being laid over the Ilaton mountains. A tunnel will ! be built through this mountain, but in the meantime a ti;ck will belaid ."" the mountain with a rrade of ! 374.fwlto '!? ?nJ t,1. work "ii the .cw .'lexico siiie will con- , ,, ,..;,, nil 11(,ssibl.. snerd. The : contracts tor trradinpr and buildinj: ! arC 1,1 "1 aS ,:,r ,jUS CZ a"'1 the line is determined upon as far as Albcrqucniuc on the Kio Grande. Mr. Mnrley thinks the road will bo built to the Arizona line w ithin two years. His business in our Terri tory at the presnt time is to exam ine and purvey the various routes so that the coinpahy may determine upon the most advantageous line. Tin-location of the road, however, will depend somewhat upon the course of the Southern Pacific. If it pocs to Tucson the eastern road v 111 P fn.,ii.i V'1" ',1 fro there also, unless the Cali- Companv meet them bevond. ! Marieo-ia W.-lls, the eastern road ! may come through Ilaiboid Pass, ' l'n Arivaipa Canyon and along . the Gila to l lorenee. ... . il,c. """" or'1(7s i lifivrt limn, l'fi.l iiiurl Intni tlif hi-adcuarters : 'I he following nam ed t'ii!i.-ti d men are relieved from extra du!y in the quartermaster's department at Whipple IVpot, and report for duty as follows : Privates Chail s W. Elds and lhmicl Keating, Ccnipauy K, Sixth Cavalry, to the coinm;inding officer at Fort Whipple. Privates John T. Rilev and (.'harlcs Jordon, Company A, Twelfth Infantry, to their Company commander. The Ilciiot Quartermaster Yuma n , 1 U-.- , i n Pepot is, iu aitilition to Ins other ! (l,,tj(.,, appointed Disbursing Officer i for th'.' settlement of railway , river. jS-' tran-porfition ac- I 4-i 4 1 . : . 4 4. Captain W. P. Martin. M. S. K , U Ssiniefl to dutv at damn Lowell n j x as Depot Quartermaster, and Dis bursing Officer for payment of ac counts pertaining to the quarter master's department for Tucson District ; also as bliippiiig quarter master for the trans-shipment of stores from that poiut to other points iu Southern Arizona. Star: J. II. Adams and Conic lius l-'inley were murdered by high waymen near Barrel Spring.', iu Davidson's canyon, about thirty-five miles from Tucson, ou Monday, Sept. 2. Mr. Adams was ex-sheriff a resident of Jan Jose.' He was 38 years of age. Cornelius I'inl.-y was a resident of the same l.lace. and an ex-caiiily clerk, ot that county. These gentlemen were coming from the Washington mine, in the Pata gonia district, of which Mr. 1-inley was siipeiintendeiit, toward Tucson, j and when in the canyon at tin point designated, where the huge ; rocks come down close to the road, j they were fired upon by parties con- X 1 1 M I' .1 eeaieu in toe rocKS. jir. j iniev was shot directly through the hearl, the ball pacing through and coin - ins; out ou the other fide of his body. lie leaves a wife and three children iu can Jo. Ex-Governor Safford has arrived in Tucson and been interviewed by a S'ar reporter, He s ys : " The building of a railroad into the Ter ritory will have a wonderful stimu lating effect in bringing capital and people to the Tei ritory. That thous ands would come here with means to invest if they could get here speedily and ronii'ort ;b!y ; besides, the incicised facility and cheaper cost of getting goods into the Terri tory as well as getting ores and bullion out of it, will greatly en hance the value ot the mines and will cause hundreds to pay the ore of which is now practically value less. 1 lie directors ot the south ern Pacific informed the Governor a few days ago, that it is the inten tion of the company to continue the eonstmetion of said road east from Vuiiia as sonn as the weather be comes a litlle cooler and iron now enroute from 2sev York arrives, and that it is not improbable that the road will be extended to Tucson before the close of another 3-car." Upon leaving Florence tha Citi zm gives it this send-off ; Mineral districts build their own towns, and the mining interests will only bene fit Florence indirectly unlesj ledges are discovered nearer town, but the agricultural resources of Florence are and will be her abiding support, j I he amount of arable land is be ing annually increased. New can als are bung dug, and other im provements for irrigation are in progress. The last three or four seasons have been unusually dry, and yet an average of 3,000,000 pounds of grain has bec-n raised in this vicinity each year. 'With a usual amount of rain two crops can be grown each season, and the an nual produce larpridy incrjased. Notwithstanding the dry years j w;th the practicability of improving Florence has had a fair and steady the channel of the river at moder trade. buildings have been going ' ate cost. Congress has nppropriat up gradually, but constantly. We ed $5,000 for preliminary snrveys believe Florence will increase grad-1 and report. Gen. Stewart will send ually in size, and if the railroad j a party down here at an early day. passes through it its commanding importance will at once be manifest. Star : We hope that the present is the last feast of San Augustine that .hc Common Council will sanc tion by the sale of ground for that purpose. It brings nothing but crime and murder. It is attraction for evcrj- thief and murderer that infests our country and Sonora. It is a gambling hell without limit; and no good can come of it. Under the cloak of religion it has been celebrated, and that beyond the confines of the church. A Saint's anniversary belongs to the church, alone. Let it be recognized within the church only. The occasion is S(J COtlllUllCU II1UL 1L 13 . UJ.-'plrtLC vj ; , , .i . fi i our eitv, and we hope that the end , . - , . . ! li:ia nrr imo It Hip natron saint! could see how his memory is ob- 1 1 1.1 I.1....1. l .TZ trr. 7 jit w ii.tt ieieut it w: ivi uiua a lca-st- California firm. Three mills- aro Sentinel: The Ilaekberry mine running twenty stamps in active oi is in good luck, and is, in itself eration, crushing rich ores, which enonidi to keep northern Mohave' , in a concentrated form is shipped county braced up until all her I to 'Frisco. Ground has-been pro other mines get to turning out bul- cured for another mill to be erected lion. The lowest level on the no.th at an early day. Yet money lis incline already shows, north, over : scarce aud '"Kins orders"' are execed 100 feet of ore that pulps $120 as ! ingly popular. With thcia hands it comes to dump, averaging four : are paid and the necessities of life and a half feet iu width ; and, south ! purchased. Since it has become a over ISO feet of the same, averag-1 well known fact that very rich silver ing two and a half feet width. This j ores exist in great quantities near ore body has already a stope of over . this point, why should not works be eigiity feet above that level, and the established here for the reduction of incline is down sixty feet in the ores into bullion. This would give eanie stuff. This ore has rather employment to a large number of more lime than that of other parts ! hands and thus benefit Arizona as of the mine, and makes liner bul- lion ; late meltings ot it have gone as high as 700 to 7S0 line. Ilaek berry was pretty solid even before this last development. Sentinel : Mexican "Independence Day," .September 10, is to be cele brated in great style at Castle Dome j Landing. Uver 5.i00 have been collected, in cash'; booths have been erected ; music engaged ; and gener al invitations sent over the couu- ,r' Deteetivc Evans has returned to Tucson after a three weeks trip in Sonora iu pursuit of stage robbers. IIe was ccessful. Chief Justi-e French was in Los ' n.,rl,. nt. last accounts, en route r this Territory aml 01,0 ""on were tiiorouginy ! deluged, manv goods beiug destroy Loid & AVilliains, Tucson, are P,l Messrs. Mason & Benson Win j agents for the Gardner mill, in the bauta Litas. The priueipal stroi ts of the city of Tucson arc now lighted with street lumps. .,, . . ,. , A ten stamp mill will Miomy lie .... -n , I f1 1 reSC0U' 11 m U 1 "m M01 ' The attendance at the feast, Tuc - ; soa, is larger than for several vcar pu-t, Miner : J. M. Stokes, a we'd known sheep owner, started with his wife, a few mornings since, to their lioiuc at Walker's Lake, near San Francisco mountain, " in a traveling carriage outfit. At the crossing of Granite crc-k, below Fort Whipple, the team balked and turned the carriage over in the stream. Mr. Stokes was caught un der the vehicle and held under the water until he was drowned. Mrs. Slokes narrowly escaped with her life being in the water for a considera ble length of time before any one came to her assistance. The Sentinel, a paper that de votes much attention to mining matters in Mohave county, says that it is almost cs-rtain that a ten stamp quartz mill, with a Howell & Pender roaster, will be put tip near Frec's Wash this fall. The Dean and other mines have been develop ed enough to show cause. It is al so rumored that a similar mill and roaster will be put up near Mineral Park. A well known mill builder has carefully examined that couutry and says that he would be peifectly willing to put up a mill there on the prospects that he has seen. "When the Expositor, of Yuma, was obliged to issue its paper on half sheet a few weeks since, the reason given was that the editor was drunk, no beating about the bush, but when the Sentinel comes out half its usual size, it puts it in this manner : "A number of causes entirely beyond control have made it impossible for us to get out a full paper this week." Sentinel: Gen. Stewart, U, S. Engineer officer, who went up on the Mohave to examine the Colora do river, is favorably impressed Ex2ositor: "The charge made that the Enterprise lias been subsi dized by Mr. Campbell was found ed upon the simple fact that the jol material was shipped to Campbell from San Francisco." J. I. Mahony, post-office detect ive, is iu Tucson. LETTER FROM PICKET POST. REGUI.AK roaRrsi'OXUF.xcEor ute mm a lit. Picket post, Sept. 1, 1878. "When in the course of human events it becomes necessary" to write a letter for publication in a newspaper, a decent respect fbr the "elevated tastes of mankind' re- . ,, , ., i ill quires that tha writer should have e . . something ot importance to cout- . ... . 1 niuuicatc. Picket Post is still ten- I lnri lli.w.liu. I inr unwaru. u round nas Deeii ! broken and the walls are goi,g m , . . , . . i well as San l'ransisco. AYe have hcard no complaint of want of rain during the patt fifteen days. The thirsty earth has been blest with abundant showers. Grass is spring ing up every where like magic ; stock is happy and the stock man siuiletli. No more rushing for miles to water with parched tongues. But great benefits sldoai rem without some drawbacks. So iu this case. "Dobies" did not t.rove -r,Ti:il to the rmenrencv. Tlw? roofs of residences and stores prov- Cl but little barrier to the torrents i fr0iu the clouds. Iiesult a great rushing to and fro, soiled garments. sjKiiled provisions, and men, women a"d children seeking shelter, llie ! s'orc oi" -Messrs. Mason & Benson )Cnxy through their cellar, which j waa filled w"uh merchandise aud ' liquors, becoming full of water. I understand a saloon at the Kiug mine met with a similar late. Just the effect water would have upon ; .,liskftV :.. lirP111;s, thc dei.o- , nent saycth not, but I have heard that wa-er docs not detract from j its iutrinsic value. In thc mean time we a-e all sorry for aetu tl USiCS illfctoiuC 1. YTH. IIOLI.AKD.