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SALT RIVER HERALD.
Mat aril a j-.... XtTfubrrf, l7H. BLOOD IS THICKER TIIAX ITATEK, The Plaxne as a I'mremaUcr The Xorth and the Month In .Brotherly Affection. ' ffrom the Memphis Appeal. "While all t tat is said is true of the pluck and endurance of the southern people under the provocations of war, pestilence and famine, there is some thing to be said for our brethren of the north, whose constancy, steadiness and devotion to their cause, bravery and persistence in battle and endur ance in a prolonged contest that taxed all their energies and a skill and re sources nnequallrd, have few paral lels in history. To no other people could we of the south have surrender ed. Magnanimous on the field field so fiercely contested, despite the hazards of political disputes, they liave many times since April, lSUo, extended us the right hand of fellow ship, full up and flowing over with good gilts, and tendered with a manly spirit that robbed the generous tender of the humiliations ot charily. The same men who led the armies ol the north, the same journalists who in spired those armies, the same religi ons teachers, and the same noble, heroic women who originated and 'sustained, amid the heat of battle and 1 iie excitement of sometimes perilous popular commotions, the grandest lieneficence ever conceived of for the relief of soldiers in the field, have been foremost in the heaven-sent work 01" our relief in weeks that are the dreariest in our calendar. Un wearied in their tasks, as did Joseph with his brethren, they have filled our sacks to overflowing many times, and yet they are not done. From far Ore gon and Montana to Vermont ; from villages, towns and cities of all the busy northern states; from the min ers' rump, the newslmrs' Lome ; from the banker and the farmer, the pro fessor and the m.fhauic; from all classes of that section of our country where American ingenuity has found its largest field of conquest and whose industries challenge the world in vain for a comparison from the seat of a great iadustriul population, unmatch ed by any other on the earth, the gift. of an intelligent help and a touching sympathy have o ie, saving many thousands of our stricken ones from death and lighting our dreary path way with the light of an enduring brotherly love. '"Blood is thicker than water." O'the same race, speak ing the same tongue, the heirs of the same liberties and citizensof the same plorious country, no memories of sec ti nal divisions, of political animosi ties or of civil war have been allowed to stay the steady flow of the bounte ous stream that has brought us, with all else, the assurance that we are one people in fact as well as in name, and that beyond the froth and fuss of poli ties, and the deceits and dangers of demagogues, the popular heart is safe, yielding only of its fullness when challenged in the cause of humanity, and brothers' lives are at stake. 1 Egss the Whole Year. Get a breed of poultry that are non setters. For my part, I like the white crested black Polands the best. They do not fly over a fence that is three feet high. I have had them over four years, and I do not remember that one was ever inside my barn- Five or six years ago I had Leghorns and llamburgs, and they w,oulcl sneak in my barn every day, sc ratch around the haj and make nests in the straw. But this is not the case with my white-crested black Polish. They are always contented with their nests. I have no trouble to hunt eggs in the grass and in the barn, like some of my neighlxirs must if they do r.ot want to lose half their eggs. I always get my chicks hatched in March and April. Then they w ill commeuce to lay in August and September, and then keep on laving ail winter. This year I did raise i:i::itv Polish chicks, and I lost only four, aud those by ac cident. I have found out that I can get my Polands to weigh as follows when I raise them early: Cocks, o jxurmU and the h-jas 4' pou.ils, They are ; a very tame disposition. I have some iliat will come aud eat out of my liruiu. They are a deli ctely flavored table fowl. In the ye.-.r I-'7T my tlockt.f twenty .five hens lid lay -!..7S tgys, or ! c:r:rs per It: I :::u y: :. farmer who be p ul;ry. D. y. ' . 'i (h-llviTed recently at a. iC -.a.-a-i. .-;iat ir 1'omerov t!ie gi:- nh;:( 'i came to be II v.- i.i'-i-. 1 m-.n.iiM. t .Id N ; i d. iua:i liosa i5i:l: ;1 , New York, went with Serrrtary Ch.wt to New York to l'orw.v ?T,l)J'J,ti00, an 1 how on this trip they urged th? green back .;ies ti.iu upon Secretary Chase, who op. pvsiil it. How he finally adopted it, ;T.d h.-.v trrc.:i was chosen ns the color, lxvaiise it i-id I ir t be phoio. ..:a;licd ; how he (poMicrriy) wa sent to New York by Secretary Cha-e to . bl'V the patent of a t-l r i::ie "Teen t n ri'ccntly invented (t'K. pven now used on bills :.i:il pi-.;;i--.. tips), the green.-, iii use ; i ()::;: time Ix-i:!-,' arscni; lokrs, and uUouous. RELICS OF THE AZTECS. IMsroTerieu by a I'arty of End neera. The Las regas (New Mexico) Ga zette .gives the following: Mr. C. W Irish, of Morley's Arizona party of engineers, favored us with an inter esting description of a cave about thirty-five miles northwest of Silver City which contains many relics of a by-gone race of people, considerably skilled in the ruder arts of civiliza tion- A Mr. J. K. Metcalf discovered this cave some years since, and on closer examination found that it had been inhabited. It is about sixty feet long, and thirty to forty feet wide and thirty-five feet high, regularly arched over. It shows evidence of having been worn out by water. The roof and walls are blackened as though smoked and burned by fire, and the floor covered with bat manure to a depth of four feet in which by dig- ging down many curious things are round, of the most intercstinsr of which Mr. Irish made sketches. Many of those were undoubtedly ye Gods of that uncultured race. One denominated the Sun God, is a mil sculpture of a man bearing upon his head a representation of the risin? j sun. The figure is painted in various j colors, red, green, black and yellow, j and birds represented as in liight, as if rising to greet the opening day There are many oilier relics, among llicm the ater God, the prophet's wand nnd vases of the dead. The lat ter are filled with burnt human bones and teeth packed in a kind of cotton, clearly indicating that this ancient people practiced cremation, or that these vases contain the remains of hu man sacrifices. This last idea is strengthened from the fact that some distance from the mouth of the cave and in plain view from it, a huge column of granite rises to the height of one hundred feet, rudely represent ing a man. Opposite this obelisk on each mountain side, even with the ti p, are immense stones or alters which show traces of the sacrificial fires and are no doubt the places where the victims were oflereil. The cave also contains bows and arrows, small and large, and arrow heads and pieces of pottery with representations of animals. It was undoubtedly one of the habitations of the cave dwell er,, possibly of the Aztecs, previous to their migration to the land of the Toltecs, where tiic great city of the Montezuiuas, Mexico, was built. Farm Life. It is a common complaint that the larm and farm life arc not appreciat ed by our people. We long for the more elegant pursuits, or the ways and factious of the town. But the farmer has the most sane and natural occupation, and ought to find his life sweeter, if less highly seasoned, than any other, lie alone, strictly speak ing, has a home. How can a man take root and thrive without land He writes his history upon his field. How many ties, how many resources he has; his friendship with his cattle, his team, his dog, his trees, the satis faction in his growing crops, in his improved fields; his intimacy with nature, with bird aud beast, and with the quickening elemental forces; his co-operations with the cloud, the sun, the seasons, heat, wind, rain, frost. Nothing will take the various social distempers which the city and arti- hcial life breed out of a man like farming, like d:rect and loving con tact with the soil. It draws out the poison. It humbles him, teaches him patience aud reverence, and re stores the proper tone to his system. Cling to the farm, make much of it, put yourself into it, bestow your heart aud your brain upon it, so that it shall savor of you and radiate your virtue after your day's work is done! John liurrou'jlt, in Xoccmbtr gcrilmer. About w spacers. 1- Any person who takes a paper regularly from the postoflice whether directed to las name or another's, or w"e,!K'r ile has subscribed or not is sponsible for the payment. 2. If a person orders his papers discontinued, he must first pay all ar rearages, or the publisher may con tinue to send it until payment is made, and collect the whole amount, whether the paper is taken from the office or not. 3. The courts have decided that refusing to take newspapers and peri odicals from a oo,to!lice.or rcinm-ino- j and leaving lliem uncalled for, is prima f.irie evidence of intentional : fraud. A sceptic, who was badgering a simple minded old man about a mira. cle and Balaam's ass, finally said: How is it p:issible for an ass to talk like a man" "Well," replied an honest old lielievcr, with meaning emphasis, " I don't see why it ain't as easy for an ass to talk like a man, as it is for a man to talk like an ass." One or those Sunday school teach ers who are always desirous of draw ing out the ideas of children, asked her class what they suposcd Daniel sai 1 wht n he was placed in the lion's , icu. wne oi her scholars, who had a practical turn of mind, answered: "Good-bye: I'm a goner." Coal mid iron have Wen found I within twelve miles ef DcudwooJ. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Bowen's Yeast Powders. Ws the usjrrs'yued Wholesale groom take pleasure in remarking the increased demand lor Boweu's Premium Yeast Powder, and of tea tifyinf to tba general satisfaction riven br this Brand: WEI LMAN. PECK Sc CO. ROOT & BAXrKI!.SO.J. LEDDEX, WHIPPLE CO. MEBICS & CO. HAAS BROS. TABEIt. HARKER & CO. J. M PIKE & CO. J. A. KOLGER Si CO. NEWTON, BROS. Sl CO. W. W. DODGE Si CO. MILLIK1N BROS. CASTI.E BROS. KRUSE & Et'LER. JONES & CO. M. F.HHMAN ,fc CO. ADAMS. McSKII.I, & CO. F. DANEIII CO M. C. MAXOKI.S. T1LLMANN BKNDF.L. ALBERT MAI Si CO. BOOTH & CO. ALl.EX LEWIS. IlELLEPIAXE A CO. THOMAS JEXX1XCS. 8. FOSTER & CO. BOWEX ii R O S . MANUFACTURERS. 10 California Street, San Francisco BO WEN KXOWLES & CO. Prescott, Agents for Arizona. The Bradshaw Mountains IS OCR, n.ACE of business. DO T GO TO COTT ! PRES- For we will sell you goads BIGHT AT YOUR CABIN DOOR LESS MONEY ! Than you can buy at Prescott nnd transport them home. Wc have depots at Gilette, Tip-Top and Teok " District. Mining Men take Notice ! And save the bother of packing, Tiie Lops cjj Time, and Actual Cash, by buying of ANDERS & ROWE. REMOVAL. REMOVAL. NEW TIN SHOP. lias been removed to the lilnck shore the IlKKAl.lt onice and adjoining the Saloon of Steven Denari. All workin my line done tn a workmanlike manner aud at a reasonable price. ELADIO PESQI F.IRA. T. J. Morgan, Gorier St., one dooreait Post OtCre, Prescott ..Arizona DEALER IN Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jew elry and Silverware, Spectacles, (Jold Pens and Pencils, etc. Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jetrcle rs. All kind of Jewelry and Silverware made from Native (Ir.M anl Silver. Kntrnivinirx ot cren description. Soul Pr-.-sses, Ribbon Stunf. Furniture Factory. Montezuma, between Jefferson and A dams St Eastern Mad Chairs Constantly on Hand Thenix, . . . Arizona. Thos. Howe, rop r WA;Xi:it A AMI'S. HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTEKS. Opposite, rhertix Uriel, in building- lately oc cupied by A. M. Junes. jjor k axii Sir.x Paixtino, Papkr H.Ni;ixi, Stain ino and Graixino nkatly Done. Orders tt with Ini Rrroml, Maguu'.ia Snh-o will revciveprumpt alUutiun. uG BUSINESS CARDS. Single Meals Fifty Cents AT THE Cosmopolitan Restaurant Washington Street Next door eaat of Cotton'! Billiard Pnrlors. i no cnenpes ana best place to get your meals. ISoard per n-pelt u IV 1th ess Single meals SS OO O OO SO 1VM. HOLLAND. Phoiogaphs ! THE i nder-icxed calls the at tention of the public to the fact that he is pre pared to execute all work in his line in fint class style. Also constantly on hand a fine as rortment of views of ARIZONA SCENERY Stereoscopic anil 8x10 size, cHbittin In part of Gorernmeut Post. Aztec Htiian, Indiaus Cacti!, and other Cliuract'-rlnlic Scenery. At Loring' B.ixjir, W;uhineton st.. Ihenir nfi O. II. KOTHUOCK HARNESS & SADDLERY HAVING OPENED A SHOP FOR THE manufacture of Humous anl Saddlery, I am prepared to execute all work in tba t'.lnd lq a FIRST. CLASS MAXXER. Farmers and stock men will find It to their in teivst io bestow their patronage upon me. as none but find class work is turned out at my estauUhmeut. One Mock a Vote the tin shop, and adj lining uie fii..:Ai.i cuice. nit KDWAKI) O'CONNOR. MICELLAXEOUS. Pioneer Store 11. L. PER ALT A, Wholesale and Retail Dealer !n General Mercandise. PIIEXIX, Arizona. To maxe room for goods on the wap, I am SELLING LOWER ! Than wny sore in town. As I have facilities lor purchasing- everv thinif in inv line at the lowest market niarkVi price, 1 can safely say that no lnui in tic Ter ritory can allord t ell guods at the LOW rates offered, ily uiutlo is; Quick Sales And Small Profits. I can ftirnMi the Farmer, the Teamster, the Miner and all others. C .uie and see and satisfy y nurse 1-e. Khnr nnd Grain, delivered at anr Point in the Territory at Cost, with freight aided. Orders solicited nSfllf M. L. PEKA.LT ' PALACE SALOON JOIIX LAEARR - - Proprietor AVaahing-ton Street, Pheuii. O 'Os'ONEBUT THE BEST" IS THE MOTTO Which has scur-d to this favorite establish ment it well deserved impulartty. In the fu ture, as In the past, my patrons will be served "XOXE BUT THE BEST" WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS. "XOXE BUT TIIE BEST" And most skillful attendants are employed to administer to lbs wants of the gentlemea who favor me with their patronage. The loc ition, between the PoAttlice aud Courthouse, is the moot convenient iu the town ; in this, ns in all ther respects. I will hare 'XOXE BUT TIIE BE.ST" MISCELLANEOUS. PHENIX Flouring Mills. Nortliwept Corner Montezuma an Jefferson Streets. Smith & VVoolsey - Props This mill is supplied wh new anu improved ma chinery, and second to none for manufacturing choice articles of flour. Liberal Price paid for Wheat. vr. tuomi'sos. O. J. TI1IUODO, U. V THOMSON & CO. Washington St., bet. Ceater and Cortes, Druprcrists & Apothecaries DEALERS IX Drugs axd Medicixes, Client irnls Tor Miiiins C'se. Also, lull listef EN'UIXE PATENT MEDICINES TOILET ARTICLES St PERFUMERY 'IIYSICIANS' Teesciptioxs will he attcnde lto by competent persons at a nourtor the day aud uigbt. and c barges for the me reasonaoie. J.iUliller&Co. McMILLENVILLE, ARIZONA DEALERS IN General Merchandise. OROCERIES, DRY GOODS. CLOTIIINO. HOOTS AND KHOF.S HATS. CAPS. TINWARE, HARDWARE. :I.ASSWARE, CROCKERY. ItRlUS. Cigars, Tobacco, Powder Iron Steel, & Fuse. ALSO A full lin. of COOKING and HEATING STOVES, and Hollow Ware, which w. offer at TIku Rock I'iiicks for cash Our stock of Wines and Liquors are unsurpassed. As wo buy for eash and sell on tbe same terms, we li-el confiilent that no house in the West can vonipetewifh us in rricea and quality. MISEIWOlTNTS A SPECIALTY aT-Cttll Bad tee ns and be convinced JTI TR.EE thousand pounds for sale in qnanti , , e"Z-s 1 a ,,tie to suit purchasers, at lb cents per 3IISCELLANEOUS. Herrick & Lutgerding Ars bow recoiling a roll assorament ef Iron and Steel Together with a, large lot of th. best NEW JERSEY TIMBER, And are prepared to do a general business in BLACKSMITniNG- AND REPAIR WORK. Shop at th. old staid Frank of Cosgrore west of Floor mill, where j-em can yetanything repaired, from a Fish Hook to a Quartz Mill Horse and Mule 8h oeing, bjr th. test Teteri nanan ia the Territory-. 5-tf The Magnolia Saloon. BRIKSON CO. Proprietor W. would respectfully aotify th pnblio that we have opened a Saloao In th. sew FRAME BUILDING on th Corner of "Washington and Montezuma Streets. Th Tery best quality ef Wines, Liquors and Cigars alway on hand and sold at prices to suit the times. Give ns a call. 10 II. S. FITZGERALD k CO. Yl'MA, Arizona. Forwarding Merchants. Prompt shipments of all freight con signed to our care. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, AND General Merchandise, Of every Description. SS1I"! eannot be Undersold for cash vol-2-nl 5j 5 3 5j Geo. E. Loring, Dealer in Domestic and Imported :o:- CIGARS, PLUG AND SMOKING TOBACCO'S, Of all the Leading brands which I am selling at Eastern Prices. Don't forget the Store with Postoflice. n2Ctf Alfalfa Seed. I fouap. 10 iui II. MOKUAN ti. CO. LEGAL. Kommons. In th. Justice Court Countv of Pinal. Ter. rittiry of Aiisona. Iief.ire J. I). Walker. J. P. II B .Summers asratnst L D Wilson. C T Mills. John Cushtne;. $ Simon r. Rotert Allen. Mary laseol and Julius Fay- Tbe Territory of A r irona senile greeting to J D W laon, C T Mills, loho Cushiag. S Simons Jr. Kobt. Alien Mary Pascol aed Julius Fav Yon are herelty sum. moned to apoear before me, at my offiee in Hie town f F orenre, en the Itfth day ot No rember, Kit at 10 o'clock, a. M. of that dor to answer to the complaint of H. B. Summers, woo nemanu vi tou mat j-oa are Indebted to him in tbe sum of Three Hundred dollars fur leual services rendered at your request in rroe- ecuring C'rt. in suits in the District Conn, Fi nal County. A. T. When he will takejuge ment against you as d'mandt-d. and f..r th costs of tlrs suit, it you fail to appear and an wer. Witness my hand this I'.'tb day of Sep tember, 187S. John Walkek. Jut;ce of the Fear.. KnmmonH. In the Jus'ire Court. Countv of Pinal. Terrl. t.TV of Aniona, before J, I). Walker. J. P. It. It. .Nnmmert agaitis J. D. Wilson. C. T. MillsandS Simons. Jr. The Territorv of Ar. imna sends gree ing to J U Wilson, C'T Mill and S Simons. Jr. You are herebv summoned t" appear before me. at my otliee in th towa of Florence, on the Into day of November, 1S78, at 10 o'clock, A. M. of that day, to answer to the complaint of II B Summers, who drnnj of you that you are indebted to him in the sura of Two hundred dollars for legal sereicrs ren dered at yeur request in prosecuting certain oils in tbe District Court, Pinal County, A. T. When he will take judgment acainst von as de manded, and for tbe cost, ot this suit, if you fail lo appear ana answnr. Witness my hand 'nis lth day ot September, 187. JOIIX I. Waikjk, 11 Justic of the Peace. "WEEKLY BULLETIN Contains all th. Ran Francisco. Stat, and Cwst News of the week, while its eitensiva Correspondence and Toluminous dispatches keen ite leaders advised of all important events of the world. The MERCH ANT. th. MINER the MECHANIC, and the FARMER cannot af lord to be without it. Its Financial articles. Min. ing stock and Market reports ar. accurate, and its Agricultural Department is made an impor ant feature. Single subscription, 3 per year: six months 81 50. Clubs of ten or more, lo one ad dress, will be furnished at 2 40 per C"py .er -r- ana one copy ire. t. th. party getting up PRESCOTT. Mills and Yard ! Lumber TIIE ATTENTION of every one is invited. VTe sell all kinds of lumber for CAsn. M'c sell all kinds of luinlrer for Barley. "We sell all kinds of lumber for Plour. Wc sell all kinds of lumber cheap. 200,000 feet of lumber in town. 300,000 feet of lumber to be cut this fall. Remember "We never refuse cash. C'.ARK St ADAMS. 11 t NEW SAW MILL. Two and one-lialf miles south of Prescott. Having now corrpleted, and in full operation, my new Saw Mill, I am prepared to fill or ders for x Merchantable, Clear, Surfaced and Rustic Lumber Matched Flooring, Casings, Mouldings, Panelmgs and Shingles OF TIIE FINEST QUALITY In short, everything in my line tor the construc tion of FIRST - CLASS BUILDINGS TEK.1IS Cash on ellrcrr. All orders sent by mail, or through the merchants prompt attention. (iEO. V. Ucrtis. F. G. l'AUKEK. JAS. C. WIXEr. C. A. PARKER. S.UV.1I1LLS! SAWMILLS! ATTENTION ! THE CLIPPER MILLS LUMBER COMPANY, hare established a sew I.l'MHKK YARD on the west side of I Granite Creek, corner MnCormiek and Gurley streets, in Preseott, where the proprietor will I alwavs have on hand all kinds of Buildingr Lumber. llavine just added Pianino and IShino-le Uachines, w. ar. now prepared to furnish Dressed Lumber, Shixgles, Etc.. Etc.. Etc.. AT THE LOWEST LIVING RATES. Th. Mills are sitnated in tbe fittest bvdr of limber in Ya- vapai county, and have SEASONED LUMBER ALWAYS ON HAND. y Particular attention given to orders for CLEAR LUMUER, and bills will be filled with .li.Pi.tc-h. V. a. PARKER. Manairer. DUDLEY HOUSE, Gurley SL, Prescott. Ariiona. FIRST - CLASS HOUSE, ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN. Fjps New and clean beds for lodgers and elo out rooms for families. FRED. WILLIAMS, rrop.