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.1 JiCi A'OL. 3. NO. 11. WHOLE NO. SO. riKEXIX, MARICOPA COUNTY, A. T SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1S79. NEW SERIES NO. IT. tup: pikenix herald. I i Published every Saturday anl "Wednesday, j GOSPER A McCLINTOCa - - Proprietors I Subscription Rates. One Copy one year One Copy six month -Uy carrier, in Phenix, Per Mouth AnvERTlsixo Kates. One inch, one insertiun Kach Subsequent insertion Professional cards, per month.. $3 HO i SO GO cent-. I $4 oo I .... lK'l 1 r'" eut OFFIC IAL D1RKOTORV. "' ti:kkiiikial orrirEns. Delepate tu C.i.(fres J-l.n K Campbell floTernor ..John CI. Frmont ....John J Ons.er E P. Clarl-- T. J. flutter .....John Va-sn 8 eretnry Auditor." Treasurer 8urvoyr GonT.i & ipreine Judeen First District. .i'liiefJnstirp f. O. W. Frpnch f4eund IHstriet DeFnrest P.irtpr Third Ii.triet Charles Silent. C'lnrk Supreme Court . . . Joseph NuyHS? i V H. DNtriet Attorney V lited .State Marslir'il Collector Internal Kevenue.. Xieg-ist U. 3. Land Olhee-- Irectt Florenee RppfiTer U. S. Land Ofliee-- Florence.-... Precott - E. K I'om'ov : C. V. Dake Tboa. t'ordi ... W. N. Kelly C. I. PoKteu ...Lcri EueirTps I . . .Georere Lotiy PROFESSIONAL. J. A. KAHKteKIK. K. II. II K HIO K I. J hi:rkfoki a z vimiiskii:. ; ATTOUNRTS AND COLNSFLOHS AT LAW. AM j Notaicv ri'Bi.ic. Office on Mvers street. opposite Pulace Ho- ! tel. Tut!Mn, Arizona. ; , It. t.. KOMKOX. M. PHYSICIAX AXD SURGEON. (Gradual-; of the University of Virginia.) Offers his irof-ssionaT servipe- t o the ppjl of PhuriiT. and vicinity ftflice in tl.e Wash- A. C LAKKli ! COX & BAKER, Attorarys a1 L,av, PHfEXIX. t ffie l.p-!nTr. A T i Capital buiMinp-, "n I &HII1I tMll STFt. DRS. WHARTON &. SHEETS, Physlrians siutl MiirsrnnM. Will arten.l p of"S-ion ' en' ut -nv ho..r nf tin. 'lav or ni ir'.t M!w r 'n- ( 'lie Ihm . H. IV Sh. ft. M t iuf- it !!- -o Nv.; J. K Wbartou. M. !.. U S. M .li -a! Kxa.n inrr. J. r. l'.M:r.! AVK. WJ Mn:OAX. HARGRAVE &. MORGAN, Attorneys and 'o!njs.!o!- at J.a'.v COUTKZ sTKKi: r P I K s o l' !'. A. T. H. R. PATRICK, l-paty I". !. :ipvfyor and Civil T'liKN.X. A. T (Ifflee wi'h W A. il.it.cx'k WiMTm. BRECKENR I DGE Civil Enginear end Cojnty Surveyor, I'l.n.ix. A.T. (ifli.-p ni-h 1. mil o t Wil.'v. oi;r lo.T fat i f PM;tinie. HARRY B. JONES, Attorney at Lmc, ' OKFIfE lp atnirs Caj'ttol Buii'lji g. V)ie- : nil A. T , J. B. DOUGLAS, ! Architect and Superintendent. 1 PTans. !i eiticat:ui:. ar,d e-tiinafe.i earefiit!y ! prcpir(L I Ofliee with Irs. .Sheets Sc Wharton, east '. siiIk of the Plaza. nl5 i:n DR. B. L CONYERS, Ihy!iciaii nnd Surgeon. I.nte of Vinalia. r.ii j OFFICr: Wahincton. tv d . r from Mu-pj-mtia stiTt. Phenix, Ariz-ma. JUL I US W. VAN SLYCK, Attorney and Counselor at Law. MeMilleiiVille, Mjncrpit county. Arizona. Will practice in aI the c-ouiia oi' the Trri try. JOHN T. ALSAP, I Attorney and Counselor at Law. Ofliee of tho lie:rit:t Attorney, I'henix. ' Arizona. A. D. LErVJON, Attorney at i.aiv. Oflie opposite Court Hoiin. on Wahinirton utrnet. Plieii.x, Prompt atTfutioit trvn to jlt bniTfsH eiitriKteti nn in rite Fedural and f'ounty Cmr of the Territory. l'U;liATK .1L"I;E. Mvl .li:V VI V.Ll':. WPVJ. A. HANCOCK, Attorney at Kaw. Land Business in alt Departments a Specialty PIKKNTX. ARIZONA. JOHN L GREGG, M. D., Physician. Surgeon and Accoucheur. Itefen-nees without . r:irsion: V. M. 'o'-r:U IJ S. Snatr. Misxniri. Co!. J -hn T, C'ri!-j, lem. Nomint'e for Cur;.!i. from .tSll' i. OFFICE Arizona. Two miles south Ilavileu" Fri v v.'-iilitf PAUL WEBBER, Attorney and Counselor at Law. PRESUOTT - - - AIIIZDNA. BLAKE &. CO., Gobi Iiift, Gobi ami silver HuIIiou and Otps of eTery drr ttim tu-l'.eil aihI asayl All frav fi-ur inteii. I'rie- s of or .y: & ver un j froUl, 3; IeaJ ; l.'oin-fr. $k imvWs can b tat by in.i'tl or x press ami returns will be -roTiptly iiiol Olltce. w;th Weils, Fartfo .t o., Tres-ott. bl"sixi;ss c ards. New Phenix Bakery J. IIEIXS'iX. Pro-rii:or XVaIiin'ou Treet pp.sirH flirt fur:iiou.. Jiigilt loavesot Itr-a.l. or Kiirht ltrad Ti.-t.-etj. for ' tne Dollar. Pi's and f'alis al.ays on hand. 11-tf Pionssr Bakery- Wa s i i i n t ; to x St h kf.t. Xorthrxt. Corner f ihi Piaza . H LO VK8 OF IMiH D V K I LOLLAK Fruit t'nVci and Pa, try o all kin diiifr iiriis. etc., pei.a-ed to ordc for wnl- nJ :f n t i; ',!.: t . ITIi National t;.il.1 Mn.lal ns aM-ardt-l . t., Itrdlev i ltnlot-on. for the bet Photo irtaphs in th I'iiite.1 Slates, and the YieDDa ; M;,l for th" liei-t in ihe world. 5 . . ....... ,, . . ., t ,.: -j MISCELLAXEOVS. LIWll.Li: A 4VILKV. RealEsiale ana Collection Office, and Auctioneers. F.nwt of the Espres ofliee. The Public arc informed lliat I have opened a real estate ofliee. whcie any ' unwi man n 1 c 14.11 t i Jii;, ji"j,ii. in i furnished. Letters promptly answered. Abstract of Titles furnished I Collections ot all kinds undertaken au(i returns pranmptlv made. ! A ,.,iou sal,,s ! nnV noition Of tllC coil ii iv. 21 Phenix Hotel. Washington Stroi-i, hp.rreeri Maricopa ant- j I in: a .Sirecrs. I C Irnn Beds and well Ventilaiftd Rooms, by tli e day ur nitrht. Best ot Accommodations tor Families. MiOTrer butii has !itcly been ccnnpctcd vriti Hi Htitel lr tli" Nmvmwe if gtirsts and the public g-t-nersliy. I. J OA RHINE R. rrwpriefor. 1.1. tf LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES. Innn A C'uhack - - - - l'rprs i Th! P1 ncr Rtali of Gi' ha nt nl! I times h :y nn ' e;r:.iii an 1 a 1 th aect'in" odnTinns j tor bun dinir ho-s. I II'irsM on liar.l at nil t:iP!! t 1-t r.nil f.-r s:;t. PJeat Market. Oppo3:tion and Comps'.ition. Oti M'-TiTZ'siri'i ste-t. OT;'rit the Ilrithl ( f r.r. I ri'M-i tli ' s(r. ,-t f ittn -ur -r- ', mr 1" ;i-:oii u t.Hrp arc j r- -ur-d u 'ur- ; n:sli the rkizt-:! f I'tienix itli ;he very b. st IJEEF, VEAL, Ml TTOX, POKK, ETC. That pan be ob'iiin-il. OTEitO & lil.tKt;. Photographs. THFrvnr.i: ionf.i calls tut. at- ! tM.t:o;i o? lh pul'I e to the 'iu-t th:it h ii pre- ! p-rrd to exeeure all work in !im :n tirst ! : class style. A!sd consiHntly on haml a fine as 1 ' Mirtinent nfviewi of J ; ARIZONA S C E N K R Y ; .Sterosropie ttml Sx!0 size. eonj.it-nir i part ( : of Guvernnut Pots. AzVc Itiii..s. Inuians : CiU'mii. Knt ofnrr Char.teter'stifl Scenery. J At Luring' Bazar V;isliitu-tot: it. Phenix ( 1 g. h. normiocK. TSP SHOP. : On Montezuma St-et otic block north of the j Printinsr 1 MliCe Tli- mi'lHr.-i'i'ne l havinjr re'' veil a fn'I line j ' if re a t- inls t!t're.snry 1' r this scetion. rsiecr- . fully in to-iii :h- pith1 c th:! h now has on iianii j ' a full a.sroriiif-:tt "f LARD CANS. RTmVK PIL. Oi:TTr:U.S. WATER SPOfTS j ; Kvo-vt! ivr !i.:iiufactnrr(l in 'his clH-ph mrht Mini timrk.-il f r t'i satpe, will b Rx-A at the j li--t titni o's utiv il'imii tcunin'T from th rng-- j u'--'r '!v tt' of liarire. i P.Tiv voiir Tinware from tha Tin.-hop. if you ( I tvis'i to hnv - it irn:r?i'.t !. j I ti.1V c.inpfitw.r, in piicfs an-1 buyers will fi-ul :t as 1 am rompellr.l to make my hv- : 1 in if- . ' sp-c:al A:tnt!i.n given t rTvtirin- nr.l .7 i- j nur. IVKiiuoira. .1" 31BKKI 1,133 HER! Tli nnd rs'tr '1. l.pintr aire'it for ( ''nrk .t A.laais. of I'r.-s.'otT. lire prci'arod lo turuiall Lumber to the Cubiia ar LOAY PRICES! W hnve ti hand i lare and well so e'ted ! 'ocV t-t ,.'itiitit - Iu!nttr. j Oftiet- iu rot'oili. Imiltiinjj. j LOIHXtt & L A KK IN". I ug bug dianon, YAVAPAI CO., A. T. SlitoN from Frvneott nsul SO JlilrNfrnin 1'ltn-nix. nil lCSueU fanyun Eioad. Havinjr pur. hasil 'he at'.vi. sCion. tlie travi 'ini? puhli. wi.l a'wavs find meals, irrain an. I l.iiv at all limes. A It.'. weh:t e.wwi ,.ifk ! 'i . .' .1,1. .ii -M'lil i; V . i L0IIIXG & LARKIa . singl iA LUBERi eheapTivjm? ! i - ! . 31 ISC EI. CAXEOl'S. im i "myrn ! x? r esn lYXiui. g l 0 0 p tOCts. per Quart AND 37 CENTS PER GALLON. -AT- Jesus Otero's. HARNESS & SADDLERY fiAVivfi orrxED a stiop ronTiir. mnun'flctTire of IIarnO!ji and SddU'ry, I nni prepared to eute all W4rk in tlia tlind in a FIRST CLASS MAXXER. Farmers and stock ir.pn will find it to th-i- in terest tii bfs'tiT their patron aire npon mo. na none but st elass work is turned out at my , estahlsh-neni. j P'reeily opposite the HERALD offlw. j n0 " ELVAl:I OTON'von. T. OLSOX, lVnsihinston st root. anJoinSnc the Klorc or 31. Ij. loralta. Boot and Shoe aker. !"af!l'-n V'p Pmvp nul Rhm- Of t--o be3 .at.-rial. made to order in c etj:i.t style. p.:nrEcT fits g l'atiaxt ted. e" I tr'vp mv nfre ntt nf;un to pinttum : innd-' wtrk. :ind I have evt-ry f.ieility forp;vii'j; entire satisiafti 'n. i i sknd ix vorn rT!r..F.r.?!. Lfvsry Stable. Wiishi.np-rnn Mwt nrljoinin the ll.ir. boa l,V 111 ,ln- Kt",l' '1 w iivs oil l:iT'l lli li'V ('l i Htid irraia liay, llarle . ttQtltluta. mri'li i fflimt y . ; tin.ii ninmir.ni! tfi.in fi r mB",-S nri-1 T'.lr ; elti K.-cp c-nj-taiiTly nil liai tl l ine turnouts ; Il lS- V. ' l:r-t a'ti-ntion. "1 inv .St.1li"f n 11 r(.- -VO till. AMI. IV. Leading Hotel ! or San ruANXiseo. ml tho irr.st eT.-rp.nflv npp"fn'e.1 ho:-i in tlie rord ov r ? ."00 Otit) hitvtuir been exxnntht hv Mr. Ra'dwin in it.-e nstrncti n ail furnish iistf. Hen'iqimrfcr- Aruiynn-I N'aw. Spcriwl A.Ti.inniinia'i-iis for :::::' aivi Iht P r ri prion the r.t'.i a otImt ii t -e!as ho tlf-. f-'.i t cr-r per ilfay S e':nl contracts will be luriue for l-o lnant-nt bo;ir.l?rs. Tin- hotel o.o.ic-hes .in' fitrfieo in -.litinc1 at all b(its Jin railway b'PT(i. Koonii can le rt-.ierve! before arrivn' bv tc'eL-r ph. ,li H' A. KICK Lese. pi.nnf-rlv proprietor of the iirat.il I'acili" Chi cato. alo YOLTXG AMKRICA Hotw! and Restaurant. tilLlETT AKIKOX.V. Hoard bv tlie d.iv or week flil't-tt if; tlie l.'Cjitinn of ilif mill of tli Ti'-top M i:iiir t'oiui'iiiiy P. rson- vis litiir tlii- livn :n nini Ciimp i I li d llio V imtr A t' prion 11. -ti'J anil Iti ti'aarniit t!i. .-S"....)...! at.il bl'at p ace t put uj. a'. Tfiui.-r aj. Mtaljic. DI'ltsON", Props. per weeic eals - 50 cents at the i Sin ado Cosmopolitan Restaurant. ""SEEDS!" " FailSII A! TH5 K TO SAME. ! S v.-if fend The fiUon-l. ir se da. pop p:.jl. ' ' oo re eipt f P1"!' e Ho . ! bv iJort.iilice t . f pri, t Order or l'o-iae a amp U-.eis. ere: ; Oarr. t pe' . . . I flahif. per oz. 1 L tiu.'c p r oi . ! (Di.u p.-r . . . lfl'i. I'ai-snips per 07. . . 1 (V. j . Hie. l.'adisN. p - 07. Hie. . .'.'." Spinach p.r oa.. . lit.-. ! . ..!. Toruip p-r.'X .. li'o t -IOC. I'oma'o. per 0 . . .ioe. j ! A'-'o. in lucent packet. a:l eari. I es of V r 1 li.l'l". Fliaivf aii.t 'l'r. e Seeds. ei:d for P-i.c f :-t. TlK'lt VS A. 1 i).V W ,for ! '.1 ' .' II .- t !'r::- : " y A L 0 i 1 1 i : Hoard reduced to 00 MISCELLANEOUS. PACKER & MCKENNA. o---s'-"h-' Kelltted and Kefurnlrihctl. !v"xo " x place in I IT THE MOST ATTRACTIVE henlr The rari-T adjnininir enntains game CftpaVle fiumusiuEr the tlx s List ui.m. Carpenter Shop. .TnM.tnc; nf all Vnd -rniT.:Iy nM. ndel tn ar.d : and on the mo. -it IiEASOXABLE TERMS. Cntrnrt wofk spoci..lty. F-.timateg fnrninli cJ &a applic:tMi)ii. Vnrtil np in the rear ctf he store t-t A. Oolil- '. l.'ers 's fitttrn. XV. It MOKHIM. ! Express and Delivery WAGora! TJ AVISO A WAGON BUILT EXPRESSLY : Cut the piirp'-se I sm prepared to do anything- in the above lite. Furniture moving a specialty. i OrVfi lnf n the slap at 'h M iifiolia a lo.n: will re-eivf prump attention. flew SaScon. Vc tvotiM r. sp ct ullyn. t'fy tbc I'til.lio tlia j vtc 11 ntj opiMit'il n n..'.v s noua in tlia buiidit! I i Opposite the rostofHce. . ao.i m end io keep ,t a 5i.d .houid Tl:i vry bsi qimlity of Vi irieM. l.lfiuor. and Cigars. ALWAYS OX HAND. ami swlil ar Prires in snir tiie Times. A h HitlpumM'y furn3?lid Club Miem uttai.hiril for ill'' usr of our pnirci IiS:OM . t PAXIKL, DUDLEY HOUSE Hurley St., Prpseoit Arly.ona. FIRST - CLASS HOUSE ON THE EUROPEAN' PLAX. A rs and le Neir t.nd olc-an beds for lo V -t room.s for fanuKt'. ritED. WILLIAMS. Prop, j T. J. Morgan, Gurir-v St., one doorenit Post Oirire, DEALER IK Di.-imor.ds. Watchef, Clocks, Jev cliy nnd Silverw.ire, Spectm les, Gold Pens and Pencils, etc. "Wateiiinalif rs and Manufacturing Jewelers. All k i n .1 'if Jwf Ire ami Silverware inn-IP f?fm Xa.i Vf 1 1 . 1.1 titiil S:l ver. V inrravi.rrs ot cvt'r tl fCrij'li'.n. Sea. Pr:-hs-s. llibbon Stamps. FURNITURE! ; The nndcrsianed has on hand a large assortment of ; Furniture and Upholstery. i A.lso manufactures to order 'lTXK CAIUNKT WAKE. ! DOORS. WAINSt OATING. I AND OFFICE FITTINGS. Eastern nide Chairs constantly on hand. On Washington street, ad joining the store of Nathan A; Co. 07.U A. COKlvA. ; Th-unde-.taft.r.l has -list received a lurjreund j i ecliiiilttc ussorlnifut of i JOOIlf. SASH. BLIins, and j WiXIIOWt i 'A'hieli are of a better QUALITY and will be fold hen). tor than at the Kali l-'aet vry in lretscot. AH ord- r pr.te.tlv atleM.led to. Adams stroet w .half lil.-V- north of t'.e rtt:lt- e. inrixE co. A NEW EPARTUR Cash Down Or No Sale. WE WILL II ATE THE PAYOR KEEP OUR GOODS! AVe hereby notify our friends and the public generally that from thi time forth Ave Avill cease to sell for credit terms whatever. aAvare that in order to do i this Ave will have to sell cheaper than our neigh - boi'S. and W0 are prepare J ClO SO As AV6 jvg, Ibuiklill- we are very much I i i i i pressed for cash, and . therelore it will bo better 'for US to Sell for COSt than ' tO SOU Oil ever SO shorl o time. HO flatter how COOfl the buyer. The facts in the case are just these: it is a necessity with us to have our goods or to have the wherewith to buy niore. Of course we do 110t expect to do SO much ! Territory. In fact, from a cra-fful j hhl.itfd our.trv. You will find a business, but we are de- ! Jy r '""""s hy l -' ! it'M.irilrm tf 1 4 1 1 I. Pacific coast, I am well conversant ; sca'tereu ihiwnehoiit the 1 erritorj termmed tO do What WC ., , , ' ,, T . . lucson, rlorence, rhcrnix iYescutt with the subject. Altogether I teel . y,una arc qnite arge (owns and 'justified in txpres-inir this nnquali- doir.ir a pood hwsiness. Law and or Olir Lumber Yard is tied opinion, w hich I believe will be j del- prevail. The-Indians are well i' n .1 l i. .. i i . ii t , ,. . under control : the largest portion ot liiuu mil iiuu iifuiiv cum - : plc.tc t Provisions. Groceries. Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, '(Fruits, j Honey, I Summer Hats. . ! Ilanch Butter. Ilardwaie. Tinware, Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty. Crockery Ware," Iron and Steel, j Lamps, Powder, Fuse. S:e., ttc, ! . ! j Jveep OII the A Vest side of I the Plaza. Remember tlie sign over the do r,. Variety Store Tlencla Bfirntn. It. (RVINh & uu Km B n . m 4 Sk THE FIICENIX HER LD xaturday April art. I7. AltlZOVA. tn ISeisourees ami ro?i)c.pls. Asa result of an interview w ith Mr. H. S!r:iine, while en route fnun j Arizona to Uoston, the Chiciiijo Eve- j nina Journal of a recent date print.- j a long and glowing description by that gentleman of the wonderful min- ! oral wealth and the future of that immense territory, described ns tiietiie lt.-or.rces of Arizona. Thcy "coming country," from which 'we j piic,l Ule closely with questions, make the following interesting ex- j i,,okin.e to iniiiuls and detailed infor t .-acts as allordinu valuable int'ornia- j malio;i rcgar.'.ing the same, and man lion concerning this region: ifestcd greai intorost in what I had My opinion is the sr. me r.s ex- to sav. This will trfve some ideii of I pressed by every one who visits iHie extended interest being maui j Arizona and has given the subject of; rested. : its resources a careful and candid; Thai .Arizona has not sooner enjoy. examination, an;l so 1 can present Arizona in a most favorable apect. for it is certainly deserving of it. I am free to confess mysuif somew ha enthused ns regards that isolated country. Yet, withal. circnmstanc"s fully warrant this, as I can readily convince the most skeptical, so that my statements can well bo taken without the leat grain of allowance. I might add that this being enthused is not confined to myself alone, but 1 1 have always been the strangest ami find it is the condition of those who j most indistinct ideas prevailing con. have visited Arizona, and also of;ccrning that wild, isolated region those who have acquired information ; which have been greatly enhanced through the works of various not only by the halo of ro;nance writers ho have so vividly portrayed whirh surrounds its enrly history, tiie wild romance of its early history but also by the vagne and fabulous when it was r. portion of Mexico, and ; repor's which have oocadionall v i ably described the character of its ! rexHirces and the progress of it de- Oil flllV i vclopment and advancezient since turbetl conditio-. After the nu titer We ftVO ! lacing opened up to settlement. : ll;s savug.: bands of Indiana whicu The mineral resources, for extent, variety, richness and permanency, based upon present developements. j; ire simnlv wonderful, and bevond I cavil or doubt re unsurpassed in tho world. X on will rememuer that m tlie c''y f correspondent I Hcatnc ' thoroughly acauainied w ith tnc lns- ; torv of-1Iie B1.;cU nnu aiKl Juan i excitements. During my s'ay in ' Arizona I had eculiar and excep. tional opportunities of becoming; !,h..rOUShy . ,,U,U.n,f,1. ?.Uh. 1""' innnt events, tne reiiuetu.- ami it. tors of the portions T was in. of o!- tainin-a lame amount of complete ,',.,,". . and rehal.,e in.oi nation, from per sonal inspection and olliern-ise. con. cernmc tlie mines Kino ;i;eir imii:?. with a good genend knowledge f. the mineral ro source? of the ho'o jiT"""' projected developments. ! A w,nonl r l-yi.A -i '. llintlll-rK for I extensive developments am! an era o! ! prosperity and immense wealth. 1 think they are of the most prom!. -in r I description. It w ill not be long be- fore these prospects will obtain an existence in reality, and I mi.dit add that to ii considerable ext-nt they are j already enjojing a realization. It i is my opinion, substantiated by those far better qualified than myseit lo express an opinion, that Arizona is on the eve of a niinina: excitement which will effect the whole conntiy, greater than lias ever been experi enced by any olher portion ol the Pacific coast. If the present state of a flairs in the social and business world is considered, it will readily be perceived that circumstances are rapidly combining to make the time ripe for this. Pui-insr my stay here I have had frequent calls from person-, eauoi for information coneernin": tiiis true Eldorado, and also several letters containing' inquiries of every con- ceivatile character. I was in receipt : innuy.ing. I of like letters from parties in tlie t pn sent, ( vcrvihing is roin;nra : East, while I was in Arizona, having . lively thriving and prosperous. lius- .' ' , . , .., , ,1, 1 mess affairs are in a tlaltering condi. ' become kntiw u 1 iioncti st-me ou.o?- ( . , .. . . i , ! en., i.ic . Uol, v Wondenul impetus has Ih-cii pondencc with Eastern paper.-. give-n to mining operations within ! You will find the ofliee of Mr. the past few months. Several iin- m-sing of the stt.it-X-itnr.y liticged ! bv callers, having been attracted by I the splendid letters published des- Iciiptivc of his recent trip through Arizona. lie Is in receipt of dozens :' i''1!l-"rs fl:ill-v' M,!,!,; '"' ,,,,,,, lV"111 the most out-oi-tlie-way anu unex pected places. Cotib! he liml po.-i tions for the numerot'i- applicants seeking empli.ynieul in the company he is organizing, and !ins "father:-, uncles, aunts and coumiis" could be induced to invest l:cai!y in its st.'ek in consideration tliere"f, he would luue liillt: trouble in raiding tile capita! for several miamj7 companic?. Numbers of people of moderate mean.-, :-ceing no pror-pcrt of in Iter ing their condition, l"ok . forward to , 1,. i ;..;. f.-. f i,-li ,t .i.-;i' " in j ''"P-"5 ot anmcuiinsf tlitir iucttmfs Iiv tho nppurtiinitics prfsented by "iriowinir up" with it. A still larger number of people are seeking em ployment, and, with everything to train ami nothing to lose, have their attention easily attracted to Detv lo calilics. With the continued increase in the investment of cajiital, excei j tionai inducements will be prese nted ; to the.-ie pnrtirs to eniiirrate Ihere. I v few evenings since I had the ! pleasure of entertaining, for over j ti,,Pe hours, at the hotel here, several j gentlemen, amonir whom were some j prominent Chicngoans, describing ed a realization of these prospects U : because it had much to contend : against more so, undjubtodlv, than any olher portion of the Pacilic coast and seemingly insuperable objects have constantly presented themselves opposing her development and ad vancement. It would take too long to attempt an enumeration of these drawbacks. Hut I will trv to live J you a general outline them. There reached civilization. - Its social statu has hitherto alwavs been In a dis- . ""' . ;" , N'"S "-r and tksolation in their wake. hal , hr(,n g:i,h ,.lvd under control, and the : hardy, enterprising settlers, who had brave.t tne tiardships r.nd dangers ol that wild country were about to reap tne benelit ol the prosperity then dawning upon them, civil war came, and completely revolutionized affairs. During and after the war the country was invaded by the very worst ele ments of both the Mexican from S. noi a and Amerieaiiscom prising w hin- : refugees trom justice from every ior- paudemoninm' f.,r a wiih. Another srreut dranhai 1; has been j ihe isolation and iuacct ssil.ilit v f i Arizona. With..ut considering its'owa nt-.iural inuccessibilitv. vou will find ; (!).u o( oraphioally, Arizona is an isolated poii.t as compared with otl' r ; poiu.ni.- i i t;.u oun.io . riut ilns condition of things ha I iu-en i luiit-iy cnantreu- ..riutia i i not 10 lie considered a wild and unin- i them livins qnietlv on iheir reserva- j tions inp.ij.ed tn agricultural and in- lll'ttli'll lllll'SllilQ T CllllCtil' r n4 life as safe there us in Chicug-o. Tin- i advanriim- strides of civilization have broken down, to n "Tent extent, hith erto c-ppo.-iiig barriers. There are ; daily lines of itages, telegraph com munication and mails to all theso : poinls ami to the mining district, j Then: is a desirable, energetic ami ; enterpri.-ing class of society. There 1 are large business houses, churches, 1 schools, and several good newspa ' peis. Almost all the comforts and i many ot the luxuries of civilization can lie obtained. Several railroatis have been projected, and some are In process of construction, looking to opening np the Territory to the out side woi Id. m the Southern Pa j cilic has entered the Territory nnd I is advancing into it at tiie rate of a ; mile and a half per day. Tlie Alchi . stin, Topeka and Santa pe is :ip- nroaching at the same rate from Ihe East. Tiie Utah Southern w ill con tinue its road across the Territory t Ihe Gulf. The Tucson A; Guaymas Railroad will be built from Tucson to Guayinas. Tom Scott's Texas Pa cific will also cross tlie Territory. hen these railroads are completed tlm 10 i.i hi 1 : 1 fur viy."ii;i iti'veL . ;,."," .uul wl.:iH;1 will be simi.lv poriaiu mining enterprises nave oeeu projected with the purpose ofdevel- : opmg mining properties on a scale : ol conriile! able magnitude. Nnmer . oils capitaliMs or liieir agents from the Eal are investing heavily in the iniiiiiig di.-tiicls. (tuartz mills and : milling machinery are constantly being brought into the Territory and put up. several of them having al. ready l egim operation, with, so tar as I can learn, good results. Tito-oU!er-estabihi;d tons are growing rapidly, through the augmentation, of tiie heavy immigration which b.s. aircadv begun. Ne.v mining dis-. tricis are being discovered and bnn t.ed, ami the older ones are r.-ctving nutnerous aiitluions to their iiopiila tio!i. Trade is brisk, and the j oplo are cbnertul and sanguine at tin: pruiuif.iHg a-pt e! of atbtii's now pr.--s'.ntr.! in the attention which Ari-.ma'.-. r- .-ot;vct5 are .-. g.uei;;!!y al ti n !:!!