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The weekly Arizona miner. (Prescott, Ariz) 1877-1885, June 08, 1877, Image 6

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w'v niiro;iiVMMiW'l, or Im is proparini; to
tiiif-is in :in hotiit littunekil
irv.
Camn Howie. A T., May 31.
st in f.)in tin- west: has lueii rornilldl livo
inJ -.o;ist by Indians simv lOoVlock. lIore
a. k mail 'rider wont wi-t from here nt 10
Vkk k a. m., ami was nut in: liy lckloari
was lirolKilily killt'ii. Flic cornillod
a n-hevtsl Itv a uV::ie!wn'nt. of r.nir-
rii nu-n of t ho tlc:;raih party, eoinina: from
mil. i.nuit. l.tciiionant KnoKor suirts 1111-
mtlnuvlv with twontv men and his scouts.
B .Siiul: Wai.i.aok, Omul'i;-
I Tucson. Jnno 1.
f V m.ul ndir w.is killed ly the Indians,
(lirv,- mile-. eat of t'ainp lovu and another
was killed Jive miles wo-t of i; wi- yester
il.iv. In the first r.w.ii sin ill body -t troop-
Mil 1 em.ciis wont out and found the body.
it iieoiinteivd more Indians than they
tsmld u hin an.l telurne 1. ruat coiitorn-
jioii n ails. Tin citizens arc- siirnins; a pe
itim to yeut C'I'iiu, asking if hostile
vanno: he e taxed to keep the jeacc, as other
fineans have failed.
Yuma, June 1.
The railroad eoinpany selct-:ed tne huu
dre l arrfs. irmnted by 'council, coiuplc yly
stirroundiiijr the present occupied portion of
lh town. It will atlect no eluvnjre in the
ii:isiness streets.
.iiari7. mill for the Sitinal minim; eoni
pau. (ireenwood, a Mtic-ltiiit; furuaee for the
llas'kius company. Unite district, arrived,
and wen forwarded yesterday.
All riwr sti-amers are uuderolnt; f.overn
inut iux'-lioii. Stand very seeie te!s.
Yuma A. T. .Inne 1.
V ;ir belotifiiiij; tit llto construction train
f the S. I. K. K.'took lire ami burned with
its contents, this afternoon Simon. Wallace
t Co.'s stoiv ear. three biwinliiii ears, and
no empty ear, were saved with much difti
enlty. It is supposed that the tire caught
fpui'i sjmrks from tint steamer. Loss, ab nit
YVickenlmn;. Juno .".
H. Itixl-y. an esteiiMve mine operator,
from Id iho, has arrived in the Territory, and
after liuv inji eatnm'l the ancient ruins of
U'tckenbutir. together with its mineral re
sources and faeilities of reducim; ores, will
uen visit I'rescott and all the imjtortnnt
innum; jxtints in Yavapai county. II ? state-,
that all the capital of the l'aeille ettast is lies-tui--d
to lie invested in this Territory in the
next two years.
Yaqui Wilson, from I'artridjjo City, is in
town, visitimrall his nld-time friend-.
Knun reliable iiiforiiiation we learn that a
number of other great mining exports are en
route to the Territory.
A rieh silver lode lias lteen discovered near
fhis phuv, which has caused great excite
ment, owing to the fact that this vein is a ce
ment lode, carrying the precious metals up
into the thousands.
Itisoudit that Mr. O. Grant is about to
form a matrimonial alliance with a beautiful
and accomplished young lady, ami has al
readv secured the services f Judge Stanton.
The Mis k is in great demand around
these parts.
Passengers on the coach to-day were II. !.
liixby, I). ;. Davis and w ife, I. Shaw and
wife, A. Kena.
riuvnix. June fi.
Iluring the last two nights four horses
have been stolen from corrals in town. This
inorninir deputies 1. M.Slaukard and Owen
Kelloirg captured three characters, know n to
hae stolen horses in California. Supposed
to Ik truiltv of the same acts here.
;,-iii-rl Crunt in Kncluiitl.
Ovations and courtesies arc heinir e.vten
ded to e-r,esident Uiant and family by the
people ot the old world, which goes to show
m what respect and what degree his services
as soldier and statesman arc held by the
nobility of Europe:
Landon, May :Wt!t. Ex-President Grant
and wife will dine with the Duke of Wel
lington June -d. The Duke in inviting
them, said it seemed to him to be the lit
thing that (Sener.il Grant's first dinner in
London should be at Apsley House with the
Duke of Wellington. A subsequent invita
tion from Disraeli for the same day, it is
said, was deferred to a date wit yet fixed.
A reception will he given the General at Mint
ister l'ierrepont's residence on June tith,
ami a dinner and reception at Lord Hough
t m's on the 7th. He will attend the A sco
nces on the UMh of June. On the llith he
will dine at Kensington Palace witli the
Princess Louise and t lie Marquis of Lome;
on the '.list at Minister PierreponU with
the Prince of Wales; and then again tin the
'JSth at Pirrrepont's with the Duke of
Cambridge. Seven other invitations to din
ner by distinguished persons, were not ac-i-ept-d
on account of previous cngagrnients.
The following invitation have been accepted,
but the day not fixed: To dinner with
Karl Derby; to dine with the Queen and at
tend the Queen's concert and ball at Huck
iugham Palace, and dinner with the Lord
Mayor t Guild Hall. The Prince of Wales
has arranged to received Grant at Marlbor
. ough House immediately after his arrival.
' It is understood that the Prince will also
give a dinner in his honor, but no day has
been fixed.
K.i:cuTi:n.
Juan Salaznr was hung at San Rafael,
Cal., on the Illst ult,, for the murder of a
man named Win. Brown, in October last.
Salar.ar was perfectly indifierent as to his
ultimate fate, as Miuwn by his conversation
to a reporter of the Sin Francisco Pot, on
the day preceding his execution. Head
wiint the unfortunate man said:
' Weil, Juan, you are to die to-morrow,
you know," was snid to him.
Yes," said he, smiling, 'i.ut I don't care.
I've got to die s.mietime, audit might as
well be now."
"Where do von expect to go to when vou
die.'"
'1 don't know, and I d n't care a d n,"
sai i lr.', traating th? atTair as an excellent
joke.
"Hasn't the priet liecn in to see you ?"
Oil, yes, he's been here, but he aint done
much good "
"You thought n.-own had ..SOO, didn't
you ?"
"Yes, dn him. but he only had nine
teen. We g t that, though."
"You stilt say you did not stab llrown ?"
"No. I lassoed him; the Injun cut him."
"Had you rather go to San Quentin for
life than die f"
"I don't kn m It wouldn't make much
ditT-rencc, anyway. I guess."
And taking a diiak of w hisky, the first
that d iv, ha rolled and lighted a cigarettu
w ith hand devoid of a tremor, awl sini
linglv went back into his cell to spend his
! hist night on rnrth As far as education
j goe, Satazar was an utter barlKirian. He
' c mid neitner read nor write even his own
name. The Cttholic priest who his been
, laboring to save him at the eleventh hour
j li is hud an uphill job of salvation. O.t Mon
j d.y la-t he attempttil to plant some icli-
giosis id-as in tit.- barren soil, and amo lg
, othv'i thing informed Juan, much to the
j l itter's surprise, that there was only one
' God. He l?o explained the Trinity to him,
j and givo him s nne further ideas. L'poti
j calling on him the following l iy he ask :ti
him:
' " N w, Jiinn, yu recollect what 1 told
j you yesterday. How many go Is arc there? '
j "Three," answered Juan, lightly, going a
j moment after into a mar of b.ughtur over
th" holy horror of the pi Mir pri st.
His history is one of shifth-ssness and
' crime. He was the illegitimate sort of
Heiirv Howe, a Cliileno vallev fanner, and a
Spanish woin in. Mrs. Sulaz ir, both of whom
are dead. A a boy he idled around th
valley, doing work here and there, and fol
lowed the suue pursuit, mingled now and
then with crime, in his riper yeirs. He was
several times in the Sonoma jail for larceny.
j and was co lsiil.-ted a thoroughly bad char
acter, lie has several h ut-sisters ami an
uncle, all of whom seem to take a keen ;n
terest in his fate. His uncle attempted to
have his case appealed to the Supreme Court,
but was UHsiii-c-ssfiil f,r lack of funds. His
sisters vLited him a few days ago ami were
very much ullectetl throughout the inter
view, lie, however, remained eo'dected
throughout. His utter
co ii.nt.ss .vxn ni:cKUiss.vKs
Of con-sequences seems the result of thorough
k'lrliarisiu. He destroyed the illusion of the
condemned murderer's growing thin with
mental anguish, for he has eaten heartily,
and slept soundly, and wrighed many pounds
more than when" he entered the jail. The
scaffold is of the usual hight and dimensions.
It is painted black throughout, the trap
Itcing a single door. The lever that loosens
the trap is a new invention, no cord being
used to spring it. An iron bar extends
above the platform, which when slightly
pushed by the executioner turns a round bar
under the trap, on which arc two iron fin
gers which mpport it when in place. These
being turned downward, the trap falls bv
the weight attached to it, aided by that of
th? unfortunate individual chosen to stand
on it. The scaffold is situated in a small
yard 2ox7o, back of the court-house, sur
rounded by an lS-foot board fence. To-day
the town "presented a lively appearance,
much different from its usual monotony, the
gymnastic performance of the day being the
eXCUing topic oi sme air. iuiv mm u.w -mi
conversation.
PRKSCOTT.
Hoyt u Governor, Goper is Secretary, but
who is Commander-in-Chief of the Arizona
Auilitia. Tucson Star.
He died without a struggle.
Pinncy. the notorious, is likely to land in
San Quentin. As a forerunner, ami to giTe
him a diet for prison life, he is now languish
ing in the San Francisco jail, and no less
than eighty indictments stand on record
against him. He will have, undoubtedly, in
hTs future home, time ami timber from
which he can write up a norel on embezzle
ment, forgery and crime.
t t T
Boss Tweed, poor, dejected and almost
ready to pass in his checkf, till languishes
in jail. Better pardon the old man; he has
dearly paid for hii many deeds of iniquity.
JAS. U. GRAHAM. JOS. K. WAIJCEk.
WALKER & GRAHAM,
rnoi'itiETOKS ov the
O 1. .A. "Y" JZ A. Ci- T. IS
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES,
Granite St.. bet. Goodwin & Carlton.
tint IW-ry horr and rtrcanl rrhirlr t nil tlm and
nt c-monbl ralr. lurr txMtdrd or kuugKt nd iuUt.
Hay and Grain always on hjmd.
I'rrfcolt, Auf. 20. lrtj.
PlOMiEH
DRUG STORE,
PUKSCOTT, ARIZONA,
K-rps Alnra Hun I and f T alt A j r, Jaync't, llrU
liA , Hull , llu.li and l'irrcr.
Family Medicines,
and id lu.-t a t't -M-itmrnt
PATENT REMEDIES
cow ia tko miitkt. wirrant-J alirnyi Irnh aad (eauiu
F.incj" Toilet Articles,
ti.-h a S p. IVrfumrrv. CU'enrt. Satriirl. I.ntln'
Kiiiimr HxIrM-t. .M ii;nli. Val-f. I'loitda Walrr aud
l.t Hay Kum, and ihr Iari;rt uj-dy uf
DlSPJZXSLYGMfiDICIJVES
Krrr Vrl In Arij.ona rnn'-linc me to put up any rliar
artrrof IMttlSCKIlTION tlial may b nt in fnniTuwn
or Oiintry. and t h-. ly trirt al'rDlion 'o iny liiul-n-
in nhlrli J h.- hsn nipi(rt for tli at twrnly.
Cr yrit. to uipnt and rfffiira l rry libfrat '.rvnuf r.
Pliysl ci :nis V rcscri pt i ons
Aln-rar full v mid nonirHtelr comr-'iif'tJ- A
coroprtrut attd oUlijjmi; elflk ahravi in attendance.
;ko. i. ki:ni)Ai.i..
l'ro.lt, April U. If Troprlrtor.
WM. M. BUFFUM
Still Occupies the Old Stand, West Side
of the P-asa,
Prescott, Arizona,
And is in receipt of a Large Invoice of
New and Desirable Goods,
With others Ordered aud on tho Way.
Itt cuitorarrr and tli publlo crarrallr ran tlirrr find
at brftofor. anylblnc lhr nay nru in inr nay uf
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Staple & Fancy Dry Goods,
LAD1E3 AND GENTLEMBNS'
FURNISHING GOODS,
CLOTHING,
MENS AND BOYS HATS
Boots and rSlioen,
PERFUMERY & TOILET ARTICLES
PATENT MEDICINES,
HARDWARE, TIN & WOODENWARE
0E0CIEBT, GLASS 1HD EARTH EHWARE
PAPER HANGINGS, LAMPS, CLOCKS
Mininc and Farming Teol,
Tr(ar llk mmny lr talnft. wlU U
DltaliMOd OlTR HIM A CALL.
trMtt. Jua 17 ir.
prescoit.
RESTAURANTS, ETC.
WHITEHEAD & PLUMERIDGE,
l'UOntlUTOKS OF TUE
MOXTEZUM KESTAUlUIfT
Bar and Billiard Saloon.
Vet siilo of I'lara, - rUESCOTT, A. T.
V harr Iraird th nrll kouwn aaloon from Mr. LuV,
and will oprn th buu for to aocuminodaiion of tti
publlo. V Mill ar no dimsi to inaka lh huiu
uuu to boo in Ui Tcrrlturj. Th bar will b tup
plird wlUt Ui
Finest Wines. Liquors aud Cigars.
Our MU.IAKI) TA1ILKS are tbr bt in th country
TUr lltauraut lrt will Ui krpt up In trtty particu
lar, and tt ipn or xiloi ipartd to prucur all tb
Jalleaclva la Ui luaiLal.
THOMAS W1HTKHKAD.
fUW tf HOIIKKT I'LUMKIUUOi:.
i r o iv if: 13 tl
RESTAURANT, BAKERY & SALOON,
Kirtt bull Ji nf toutb of tba MINES OQc. lrtcutl.
New House New Everything.
Tbr undrnignrd moil rripctitfully tnforini lb publlo
Ibat hl dcit pUc, wbicb tuodi oa lh ruin uf lb
Mine rrcntly dctroj-J by fir, it nuw opn for tbir
aceuuimodatWn. and tbdt ha will pltatrd to U tbiu
(iOOI) R E A D ,
Five Loaves for One Dollar.
-PIES, CAKES, GTC.
Hoard pr irfk 19.00
Mnfle mvaU. ...... 73
TIIK SALOON DEIAttT.11KT
Will alnayt b found well itockrd wilb prrttv food
I)rinVabli and Clpar. DAN. HATZ.
lrrotl,a Arliona, l)ecembrS3. 174.
THE ONLY KNOWN SURE
Cure.
DR. CHANDLER'S PILON.
THOUSANDS OF CASES EFFECTUALLY CUUED
BY THIS
WONDERFUL REMEDY.
Piles. Hemorrhoids Piloa.
Many causrt trnd to priHlur thi painful and dlitrm
lnp tatr. Tbe Mom! U rrtanl-d In it. return : Ihn too
fmpirut ue of drattiu purHtiTr. tend, tu pmducr con
Crxlon of tbe bowi-li. torpid artinn f tbe liver, and du
nif rou other rout are the .nuco nf tblt oiniplalnt. and
blthrrt.i nothing rlft-rtunl bn brn prr.eiiled to tbe pub
lic, wbicb would rapidly ulWrUtH atinptmnt and nlli
matrly prove nn i-ffectire cure. In 1'ILON ni hat n
remedy winch Dot only net. almott iiutiintly. but will re
mo tbe lurrt tumnr of tbe pnrn (1'ilrO by abaorp
tion, uud mauy whit ha-e recriveil not only l-en. fit but
Uave liern radically cured, Kare been aurrd fprior tu
u-lnc this treatment) by eminent iuri;eou ibat tbe unly
lelief they ever could ejpect in life, would l by an
oH-ratiou. and removing it or thein fnim the Ixnly by n
procedure which ncceuitAted Uie kn.fe. Thii remedy
bat been hailed with delight, nnd It doit pietcribed by
many practi.tn? pbya cl.tn, who are cognizant of lu
merit, a tbe only known ure cure tor 1'IL.KS.
I'rlce, Fifty Cent, per package, or ix for SZM.
Skxt nv Mail os Kkckut or I'kice.
Sold by all Druggists and Dealer tn Medicine tbroajb
OHt tbe World.
rrrpitred aolely by DIE. CIIANDLEU,
1,479 Kroadway, New York.
Where orders ran be addressed.
j. KiKWAisr.N. oso. vr, tists ato. l. tickvl.
KIRWAGEN & CO..
OUHLEY STltEET,
One deor east of Uartia'i Blacksmith Shop, FftUeOTT,
DESIGNERS, BUILDERS
AND
GENERAL WOOD WORKERS,
llvr.ampl facilities for doing all kinds of wood wcrk.
including
WAGON "W O R K.
17 Stair building a specially.
ittOT-tf
LODGING HOUSE.
I hare opened a first-class Lodging Uouse oa Col.
Street opposite OfiSce Roar.
Rooau, ..... 91.00
SUngle Bd. - - .SO
QOTHEB URFER Proptlster.

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