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SATURDAY MOKNINV,. AUGUST 'iO. im.
McCormick and His Organ, Again.
Having taken it for granted that, in all
human probability, Richard C. McCormick,
Governor of this Territory, would be our next
Delegate at Washington City, wc have, from
motive;? that may be easily divined by the
pcoplo of the Territory, refrained, tincc the
result of the contest was made known to u,
from noticing the man and his clique of shod
dyite?, except upon occasions when it became
actually necessary for us to do so, and in spite
of an inward monitor that keep- constantly
tolling U3 to unmask the windy hypocrite,
wc would not now say one word about him,
were it not for the abuso and ilIiiication
heaped upon us by his organ that dingy,
discourteous, lying, senseless nenspaper ubor
tion tho Tucson Ariionian, the ostensible
editor of which belongs to and is entirely
controlled by the Governor and his clique.
Those who know s will bear witness to
the fact that it is not our nature to quarrel
with and try to injure any man or yet of men,
but knowing tho hypocrisy, deceit, meanness
of soul and grasping ambition of our Gover
nor, and occupying the position of a public
journalist, our duty to God, our readers and
the Territory compellod us to labor earnestly
for his defeat at the ballot-box, and we leave
it those who know and have watched his per
sonal and political career in this Territory to
judge whether or not we have been too severe
It is now nearly throe months since the
election took place, and during all that time,
the crawling drones who run the Aritonian
have been gathering bile, gall and wonnood
sufiicicnt, in their opinions, to forever lay us
out cold. Hut their vials of wrath have been 1
emptied upon our head, and have not hurt us
the least mite. Tho animus of their attacks
is too plain, vituperative and virulent, and no
honest, sensible man believes a word they
say. Instead of injuring us, tho virus will
flow back into the festering carcasses of the
hirelings who emitted it.
No doubt, wc are an obstruction in the
path of McCormick and his satellites, else
they would not till one whole pa?c of the or
gan with misrepresentation and abuse of us.
The Miser is above and beyond their reach,
and, with God's help, it will live and flourish
long after McCormick and Co., will have left
the Territory for tho Territory's good, not
withstanding the assertions and wishes of its
"Wc had thought that the great Territory
of Arizona was largo enough for two small
newspapers, but it seems, McCormick and his
organ do not think so; they want the Mixer
to die, in fact, say it is dead, or dying now,
but, bomehow or other, nobody but the clique
can see it. They want to re-establish the
" dark age," when but ons paper was publish
ed in the Territory, and that one was owned
and edited by His Excellency, but that time
will never return again.
After direct otters of bribes, honeyed words
of soft solder and childish itnplorations failed
to secure our support for His Acciduncy, he
waxes wroth and threatens us with the fate
of tho La Paz Gazette, immediately, if not
sooner, when ho says, through his organ, that
he intends to treat thepiiXKii just as he treat
ed that paper while it lived, with silent con
tempt. A hy don't he do it, then 7 Docs
he recollect how mean, low-flung and coward
ly he treated the Gazette after ho became sat
isfied that U was dead 1 If not, we do. He
rushed to his sanctum, searched for and found
a couplet which, he thought, suited the case
exactly, rushed back to the oflice and passed
it to the foreman, while his usually downcast
eyes and sallow visage glittered and glared
with delight at the nun of a brother editor,
who was morcver an honest, honorable, indus
trious young man. Lacking tho manliness to
combat its charges while living,he was notslow
to give its editor a stab when no means of de
fence were left him. But the vilo viper and
his minions need not look for such a result to
- befall the Miner soon, unless they hire some
black-hearted scoundrel to burn it.
Wo will now take up, in detail, and dispose
of, tho falsehoods, slanders, etc, which fill
nearly all tho reading columns or the Arlzo
nlan of the 11th inst.:
"Before the election the plan of the Mixer
was to originate some outrageous falsehood, and
argue against the Governor therefrom la a man
ner at once plausible and Infamous, with an appa
rent purpose to deceive with coo, atrocious de
liberation. It Is not to cool in Its deceptions
blncc election but Just as unscrupulous For in
stance, an attempt is made In the number for June
27 to how that because the Governor did not
carry Yavapai, -Mohave or Yuma counties, he Is
not popular with the people and has no occasion
to be prond of his vote."
The organ forgets to tell its readers that
tho Governor failed to carry Pah-Ute county,
too, but that is quite natural, as by doing so
it would also add its testimony to tho Gover
nor's unpopularity among tho white peoplo of
the Territory, Wc defy McCormick, tho
balance of the scribblers for the organ, and
the corrupt gang who draw inspiration from
him to disprove the charges made ngainst him.
Every man of sense in the Territory knows
that his Excellency is unpopular wherever he
i3 known, and but for his selling out on the
capital question to Pima county, the aid of
the military south of tho Gila, the as
sistance of the Steamboat Company, Hooper
& Co.. and Mexican "voters' from Sonora, ho
would not now be in possession of tho certifi
cate He is popular only with tho Mexicans,
and if they only knew his real sentiments for
their nice his popularity would soon be at a
low ebb among them. Pcoplo outside of tho
Territory will understand how easy it was
for Governor McCormick to get seven or
eight hundred votes from a people who do
not understand our language, who arc not
citizens, and who march up to tho polls to
vote just as their whito herders desire.
Tho poor, ignorant dupes were led to be
lieve that, should Itush bo elected, the white
people north of the Gila would drive them
out of the Territory; that we were dogs and
coyottos poor, miserable thieve too Iay
to work, and fit Air nothing but to steal,
j whittle and rhew tobarco ! The demagogue I
the territory, and knowing his rare to bo a
hopeless one, ho set to work to flrr tho Mex
ican honrt against his own rueo.
Tho organ next undertakes to cover up the
shameless rummer by which its Idol f ecu red
his election, by falsely averting that " Pima
county has as innch jwpulntion as all the
other "counties in tho Territory combined."
Strange that old and truthful residents of
Tucson should have told Mr. Hush, when ho
was there, that there woro not over 400 legal
voters in the county, and stranger still, that
1020 votes wero cast before tho county quit
voting. Whero did all these voters" como
from, if not from Sonora?
It then falsely charges ns with saving that
McCormick used to charge too much for do
ing the Government printing, and snys that
when we settled with Secretary Carter for
Drintinc for the late Legislature, wo cot the
same prices formerly id McCormick, and
crumbled because wc could not receive more.
There is some truth in this charge. Wo did
find fault w ith the prico paid as for printing
the " bills," which was not enough, but tho
Mixkr has never said a word about McCor
miek's charges against Government, for it
does not know how much his charges wore,
except what ho himself told us about them,
and knowing him as well as wc do, wc dare
not believe anything he says, for the reason
that he has not always told us the tntfb. Wo
have said that ho charged ungodly prices for
work done bv him for this county, and, also.
for the Territory, nnd wc say t-o again. If
the Governor does not court a ventilation
that would not redound to his honor and
honesty, his organ would do him great serv
ice by keeping mum on the subject of print
The sheet denies that the vote of Tucson
was counted in secret, but its doniul amounts
to nothing. Wo have tho word of Mr. Rush
that it was so counted, and his word is bet
tor than some people's oaths.
The "ostensible," or whoever wrote this
great defence of the Governor, after chat-sin
this mpcr with all sorts of "towncss and
scurrility," waxes valiant, and shows his nas
ty nature when lie calls us a "cowardly villi
flor." Now, we are no flghtist, on tho con
trary wc know we are a little timid, but for
fear tuts 'fellow' might think we arc afraid
of htm, wc hereby inform him that wjs will
try and muster enough courage to face the
music whenever it suits his convenience.
Letter from Willow Grove. Letter from Tonto Valley.
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COHUM'OKIIOICE Of THE M I X II . v .......... , ,
Toxto V.U.I.KV, Yavapai Counlv, I
Arizona, July lath, 1SC8.' f
Scooting Is the order of tho day In the6 parte.
Kurly tlili month, the Pima took thn fluid and
scouted, In all direction, over hill, mesas and
cactus patches, with tho expectation of catching
the Apiicbcs fruit-gathering. Ahout 12 mil us
ftboiu tbl camp, on the Iiio Verde, they killed
two Apache, aud smoked six more, who got in
to a care. They then returned, and, on the 6th
Inst, with companies K and I, of the Cavalry,
proceeded up Hall River, to Ills Hump's canyon
homo, where they killed one Indian. The enhyon,
being loo rough for horses, and, also, too steep
for wen to get down It, was not entered. The
Indian whom they shot fell a distance of one
hundred feet, before stopping. Chief Antonio,
who commands the Pimas. is a gentleman, and
a bold, daghlng warrior, lie Is ambitious of ex
terminating Hlg Rump and his followers, and
will do so before long, or looo h'.s hair.
July 3d, at this camp, the Apacbes jumped tho
herd, which was guarded by 1 1 soldiers. The
Indians numbered 200, 15 of whom were mount
ed. Their chief. I)elacbay, had taken position
dnring the night, having hid his " cavalry ' be
hind a bind, and his Infantry in the brush, which
was thick all around. Hero he waited liattently,
the coming of the ben), anil took no notice of a
wagon and six men that pawed through. The
herd was driven down soon after, and look-on
were posted, iu usual, some of whom ailrred up
the Reds, Mho yelled like forty, and opened fire
npoti the soldiers, with muskets, pistols and ar
rows. The soldiers replied, briskly; the brush
being thick (he men fought the Indians in tbeir
own style. The mnles of the herders acted like
mules, and stood still, so tbeir riders had to dis
mount and hold on to the herd, on foot The
mules broke nwoy from the herders, were captu
red by the Indians, but were afterwards recap
tured. While they were being driven back, the
mounted Ueds charged between them and the
cattle, and succeeded in driving the mule on" for
good. The men held on to the cattle, until
Cjinr Willow Ghovb, Arizona, Aug. 19.
BeiTOR Arimwa Miseni It may interest your
readers to know that a branch of the Wallapal
tribe has made overture for peace. Such is the
case. Chief I.ev-vo-lev-ve. lately tent an embassy
of three eqimws to F.irt Mohavo, to inform Col.
l'rtce that hu Had hailnU-uty oi iigiu.uiiu nnwuu-
sired peaco. Accordingly, a conference will be
held between i;ol. Price ami tuts saeucm, ni
Wallapal Springs, Thursday next, which will
probably result In this l.n, and his followers, go
ing to the Colorado, where they will he kept secure.
There seems to he a unlit in the tribe, as V, al-
lapai Charley' and 'Scherutn' are still ontheflght.
let these notorious buMi-wnacKers Know iuit
well that their llvos would not besnfe under any
treaty that would admit our old pioneers to get
a bend on them, henccthey will go for tho last
On the Colorado Mr. Wade is rapidly pushing
forward the work or putting up his mill and
hopes to bo crushing quartz by the first of Octo
ber. Mr. Otis, ol San Francisco, owner of a ten
stamp mill that 1ms bt-n standing Idle nt Kl Do
rado l.anyon tho nan two years, is actively en
gaged in celling out on-, from tlie Tochaticup'
mine, nnd pnttlng bis mill m eoiiuiiion to worn
it. These mining operations have awakened
new life on the Hirer- and every one is not
seemingly 'waiting lor the Railroad.' Mining
operations will soon be resumed in the Sacramento
District, and. in short. Mohave county will 'come
out' This is as 'sure as shooting.' A.K.D.
From Lieutenant Heese, Charles Spencer and
John Funk, who cams In from the Willows last
weok, we learned some further particulars in rela
tion to the proposed offer of peaue by the Walla
pals; also, in regard to mining and other matters
relating to the welfare and prosperity of Mohave
county. These gentlemen informed us that the
Indian women told Colonel Price, the comman
der of the District, that the noted Wullapai chief,
I lt. --tr.,1 nr !... -It.. uV..t tki,
WausaAumu. was killed in the fight the Indians ,ndiHn. wero .,rirn nT A ',...,,
The .drisoflfaH 1 continually prating ahout
our hatred of, ami " low flings ' (its stereotyped
phrase) nt the people of Pima connty. Now, s c
have said some things we should not have said,
but have never said as much as has De Long and
McCormick. I'emember, Mr. Delong, that you
have said that gamblers, thieves, .robbers, okv,
ruled the roost in Tucson, and that tbey should
be driven out. We have never copied an llem
from your paper, to the effect that monte, furo.
whisky, etc., alono contributed to the prosperity
of Tuoson, and sneeringly asked, "were all these
things necessary to the success of Tucson." but
the Governorhos. TheMtVERCopie,frequ"ntly,
items relating to the advancement of Tucson and
Pima county, from your paper, but you never
do so by the Mixer and its section. The Mixer
has gone to you in exchange, but the Arizonian
has not come in return. Now, once for nil, wc
tell you that wc have nothing ngainst the pcoplo
of Pima county; your representatives beat us
out of the capital by buying up thn Governor
and some members of the Legislature; tbey have
defeated tho wishes of a majority of the white
people of the Territory by electing a base man
to Congress, yet wc and our people forgive you
and yours. The Territory Is plenty large to hold
the poople of Pima and Yavapai counties, and
for patience sake atop this demagogical clap
trap, and let each section work out its own sal
vation without having to wage war with the
other as well as with the Apache. We do not
wish to keep up the wrangle; McCormick is
elected, and should he accomplish anything for
tho good of tho Territory, we will give him credit
for It We publish a neuanaptr, for subscribers;
you publish an organ foroneman and his clique,
and, wc suppose he pays you for filling all yonr
space with praise of him; you haveagood thing,
no doubt, but then, you know, " ywr so'd Li w,t
your max" while you do so, and If you would
take a little friendly advice you would let Rich
ard paddle his own canoe, and fill your very
small paper with clippings from the Mixer, if
you can't write, and you will have more subscri
bers, and need not threaten the few you have
with exposure of their names In your columns
for not paying their subscription. When you
fall In lovo don't tell your readers about it. they
will laugh at yoa and say you are "soft" Don't
try io injure the Mixer by saying that wc have
cut down the slzo of tho paper, raised the price
of subscription and advertising. When yoa talk
this way peoplo arc apt to pronounco you a fool
and say It Is jealousy that Inspires such
"low flings." You must know, as well as do our
readers, that when wo bought the Mixkr, out of
sixteen columns of advertising in it, but one-half
coinnin was what printers call ' live ads," and
that exchanges, dead-heads and all, there were
hut seventy-fivo names on the subscription book.
You must also know that when Governor Mc
Cormick fixed his prices the paper was published
but twice a month, and beMdes, ho printed it for
glory, to defend "hi3 administration," abuso the
military, back Congress in one issue nnd praise
tho Pnsddent next issue. Then, "loll " man, and
"original Republican, as he says he is and always
haa been, he courted the Democracy and " was
very sweet on Southern iiieii,"buidLD,yuu know,
he wanted tho Mixer to putf himself, and to use
It for an "Imprint "to the luws printed in San
Francisco, out of which he always managed to
make a nice little dab of money out or pnre
patriotism nnd love for his " busted " country,
fhen, again, you know, our paper is printed
upon white paper, and contains, every week,
twice as much reading matter as yours does,
which Is road by four limes as many people as
read your paper. Wo have paying subscriber
In Tucson; you have none in Prescott, but
you have several dtiad-hoad subscribers here,
and no doubt, tboy write you those truthful let
ters, extracts from which you publish.
Hoping that you and all other blind pups in
Pima county will soon have yonr eyes opened
and see " Limber Dick" as others see birn. we
will send up a prayer for your conversion to the
manly paths or virtue, honor and truth.
had last winter with Captain Young nnd com
mand, f.nd that lltlch-o-hltch-e!, atid another
chief, were slain in battle by Lieutenant Hasson's
command, in the fight that took place near Fort
Rock. The killing of these scoundrels is glori
ous news for tho whites of this region, and were
Schernm and Walhipal Charley in the same boat
with tho dead mnrdorors and assassins, the news
would bo still more glorious. Hut, If tho Walln
pals, Charley and all, are desirons of peace, we
believe in letting tbcm have It, notwithstanding
the enormity of their crimes. Of late, tboy have
not committed any act of hostility have not
even attemnted to steal stock, and It was the
opinion of the gentlemen alluded to that they
"see the handwriting on the wall." There are i
two companies of oavalry stationed nt the Wil
lows ready to hunt them down like dogs as
soon as winter s?ts in. Every man in one of
these companies (K) knows every trail, spring
and stream in the Wallapal country, and under
such officers as Captain Young, and Lteutcuanl
Reese, and gnlded by so able and valiant a guide
as Dan O'Lcary has proved himself to be In pre
vious campaigns against them, their show for
life, should tbey not speedily succumb, will be
From the river, the news Is of the most cheer
ing kind. Fifty men who came from San Fran
cisco, arc at work in El Dorado Canyon Mining
District, and it now looks as though Mohave
county had entered upon a new era of .Industry,
energy nnd prosperity.
Mr. Hardy 1ms bad built and placed upon the
river, a large ferry-boat capable of crossing, en
tire, a ten mule team. Mr. .las. P. Hull Informs
us by letter, that a new opposition stoamer was
expected at llardyvillo this month, to ply upon
the tipper waters of the Colorado. We wish her
success, and hope she may ho tho forerunner of
a lino of sloamers that will yet supply Utah, Da
kota and part of Colorado with articles needed
by them, from the mouth of the Colorado.
miles, without being overtaken. During the
Sght, Delacbaybe, the chief, who fought like a
a warrior, went for a hordVr. fbot him oft" his
mule, and was about to mount when tin; herder
0ened (Ira. A pIMot duel ensued, the result of
which was that the chief got tlie male and the
herder got awnv. Three Indians were killed,
and eight wounded.
The soldiers in camp heard the firing, and
wanted to take a hand in it, but were fettered
with rtdlapt. and could, not do so no man being
allowed to fit;ht without being properly dressed.
This kid-glove. bra -polishing soldiering may
do in othf r pluetH. but rough and ready action
is what is wanted here. Fighting can b dent
in shirt sleevos just as woll as in bloHWS. bnt
thou, they want a man to die by " numbers."
The oommandinir officer did evervthlas hi his
power to recover the Mock, but it was no go.
ibc stockade i Uubibnl ami we will soon
move forward, or backward; can't say which.
A BitK Paxxeo Out axd Exposed. Every body
recollects what a tremendous blow was made
and excitement created lust full and winter about
the fabulously rieh "Swcetwntor mines." Well,
a great ninny jveople believed every yarn thoy
road about them, became excited, and put out In
hot baste for tho bogus Dorado. Not a few peo
ple threw up good paying jobs in this part of
Arizona, and stnick a bee-line for the Mecca, who
now wish they wero back again. We have now
before us three letters from former residents of
this county, who have gone through the Sweet
water mill, and seer, the elephant One of these
letters Is from Mr. Harrison Srhnall to Mr. Geo.
Curtess, of this place, in whose employ Mr.
Scbnall was when ho became stricken with the
fever. Schnall writes from Green River City,
Dakota Territory, under date of July 5th, 1868.
After enquiring about Ms old friends and asking
Mr. C. to write to him and Inform him how mat
ters arc here, he says he prospected all over the
" diggings " and found nothing that would pav.
so he started on the back track and mav b'o
looked for here Ibis winter. At one time there
were 39,090 men In the mines, but now there are
not fifty, but the speculators say they " cxpact
another big emigration goon." A man cannot
get board lor bis labor In that oountry.aud thou
sands of men were In a starving condition.
Tuesday's mail brought us a letter from an
old Arizonlan, Hilly Short, who got off the track
and switched bimseif into Dakota. Hilly had on
a big disgust at the country when he penned this
lettur, and sworo, as only he can sweur, that be
was going to make a desperate effort to get out
of the poor, God-forsaken region before Winter.
He winds up as follows; Tell the boys to re
main whore they are; Arizona is a pretty good
country for a poor man, after all."
The next and last letter is from J. Walker
Williams to Sheriff Moore. Mr. Williams left
hero over two years ago, and was one of tho first
pilgrims that arrived at Sweetwater. He is now
perfectly satlilled with the Northern country,
and will return hero ns Boon as possible. We
may publish his letter next week.
Miatow braes about dolor all his own wrltlasr.
but we have it from several sources that he sel
dom writos other than short Items, and that one
Cbrktle iloos the elegant editorials. SaM Christie
being a personal enemy of the Governor, which
will account for hit bitterness. Gov. JftOormfdc
Marion never bragged about it, but If. as yu
scorn to think, there is any merit to be derived
from the authorship of " the editorials," he right
fully claims that merit, and all who know any
thing about the inside arrangements of the Mi.vkk
office know that ho Is entitled to It Mr. Chris
tie is now In Tucson, and wu venture to assert
that he will make affidavit to the fact that Marion
has written, and dooa write all his own editorial.
Dr. Alssp, an old editor and printer, who was at
work in the office when " the elegant editorials "
spoken of were written and printed, will also
testify that Marion wrote them, .anil that nobody
but Marion writes long or short editorial for taw
Mixer, not bnt that there maybe men hero who
can discount ns writing. As long as our rssh
stands at the head of the taper, you may be er
tain that we will not ring in any outside talent on
yon. feeling entirely competunt to handle ail
three of you without glovss, and withoat ranch
effort. Mr. Chrktte wilted the pope Tor u one
week, while we were at Wlckenburg. That's all.
Tije Ariionian gets tangled up in ovory issue.
In tho number dated August 1st, it howls plte
ously for more troops in ono nrtlclo, to protect
life and properly. In another column, it pitch
es Into Cook & Shaw, mail contractors between
Santa Fo and Tucson for not carrying the mall
regularly, and says "Indian hostilities will ho
given as an excuse, hut they nro not sufficient to
doier enterprising men." lie consistent, DoLong,
and don't allow yourself to got tangled up f,0.
You know that "It U dangerous to be 6afo"anv.
where on the road from Mesillla to Toeron
Orricub Rbtcrxs. The long-looked for ofH.
cisl returns of the election farce pViyed In this
Territory on the 0th or June lt, have been jwb
llshcd. What an nwfnl long time It lias taken to
cook and count them ! The Ariionian goes Into
eca tides over the result, and sports a Urge-sized
flag at the head of Its editorial columns. A gov
crnmcnt wagon, landed with soldiers' rations, snd
liouiid for the Kxeeuttve mansion, with a crowd of
hair rationed California Voluuteersiuthe distance,
would have boon a mors appropriate emblinn for
to have raised over the success of Its ' statesman.'
Wc have not sjmcc, this week, to ive th vote of
the counties, sejisratrly. For Delegate, McCor
mick received litB; Rush, 614 , Adams, lofl. We
will here remark tbst fully one hair the votes out
for Governor McCormick wuro Illegal.
Radicalism is being turned out of doors Id Illi
nois. At the recent city and town elections the
Copperheads carried everything bufore thorn.
What will become of the Union, If Union men
can't remain in office? "Whilberaro we drifting t '
Oh Fornoy. oh Hutlor, oh Stevens T The peoplo
aie regaining tbeir senses, nnd Mongrelitm will
go to the dogs or to Sonth America.
IlHronE tho election, the McCormick clique
wore very sweet on the Superintendent of Indi
an Affairs for this Territory, Mr. Dent, but since
Mao got tho certiflcato, tho old spirit crops out
and thcSuporintemlunt receives a shot whenever
an opportunity offers. O, two-facedness.
A Roman : Co., publishers, San Francisco, have
favored us with eoplas of the second number of
the "Overlsnd Monthly," and "California Modieal
Gazette, "for which the firm will please acospt
our thanks. The "Overland" should bsve n targe
circulation In Arizona, and we hope hecd of fami
lies, and those who intend to bceomr such, will
subscribe for It Immedistely. It is Jully as good
at any eastern Magazine.
La Porte, Plumas County, California, was de
stroyed by Ore on the night of the Oth Inrt. If
tins no tue same J.a forte that uttdto ix In Sierra
County, It was burned down before In 'CO.
Bios. We are sorry to learn that Wm, H. Ford,
formerly of Presoott, and now of Long Island,
hew York, v. as, at Ust accounts, dangerously 111.
Catciifw Thiim Ai.1 The Governor has an
pointed Henry Jenkins, Notary Public for Pima
connty. Mr. Jenkins was a member of the Fourth
Legislature, and is said to be a very good lawur.
He was formerly opposed to McCormick.
On )iDiid nrnl for huIo,
HaWa JJaUam fur the Lunyn
Towmwfi Sampartlla '
Affor't Cherry Ptetoml,
Ot'joodU ImlUi Clrthgngne
Hmen's Jamaicti Ginger. '
Perry Datit't Pain KilUr,
Q9oiUt?t Ontarrh lkinedy
Jlnum' HroiwhuU Troritt,
JlryaH1 Pulmonic Wafert
Dr. DttintU Pilch JrJe,
.flyno's Patent Medkl,itt,
And, In fart, a full assortment of Bu tu ,
Medicines usually found in drug stor.-g. 1
Toilet Soapt, Faun Arttcitt, P,rftn,
.And a large supply of Dlpu.s.ui; MtU.. .nr. '
u. rnyaicians' proscriptions can-ru r m
accurately oomponndud. K. ln.tr i.
l'rescott, April iM, 1H68. -uo.
WORMSER & CO.,
Wholesale sun! Kefnil Jlerchanfs
LA PAZ and PRESCOTT, Ariu.
....I)K.L,I.ICN IN .. .
Grocories, Provisions, Clothing, Roots,
Liquors, Crockery, Hardware, 'arcr'
and Mining Implement, itc,
fAlA. TUB ATTENTION OF TH Kill r.
pioneer friends and the public CIJ, r , ,
their now and splendid sssortiiunt of c.',
cently purchased, by one of the Arm, In san F
Cisco, iwi now on nsuu si tntir storts in La f
Give us a call and see for yoursctris. LM
nt selling for ruinous prices ; our motto U l
has been, " Live and I. ft Lire."
Our stock In La l'nz tit ncknowl"Jrrf J L
who bars seeu and examined it. to in-
TIIK LARGEST AND I) F.ST
Assortment of goods ever bromriit t. tbH)
Merchants, tanner, miners sud itl-r.
to pnrehase goods, woald do wdl to give
call, before purchasing elsewhere-
WORMSER fc CO.
mylO J Pa and Prrn-ott, Anz ?
15. -T. COOK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEll IX
Boots and Shoes,
Iron, Nails, Quicksilver,
Tobacco Cigars, cf.
Is prepared to fnrntsh the people all kinds si
Merchandise, for Cash,
At reciftotisak rates, at the
Comer of' Grnnlto and Gurley Street.
Prescott, Arizona, Jane ST, 18(8. 7
GRAY & CO.,
WHOLESALE AJD HBTAIL MEUCIIAMS,
At t.a I'm, WlcUenlmrtt untj I'rrtott,
. DEALRRS I.N
GnocBitiffl, Provisions, Clothucg, etc
Wish to call attention lo the Wge nMorUaaii of
Now on band at their Store in Prescott ni-S
WARM AND COLD BATHS
.... TO 1R HAD AT TflK ....
Slontezuraa Shaviiinr and
In Montezuma I all, Montezuma Street, Preta:
SHAVING, HAIR CUTTING, etc. In tlie c:
TTjrE IIA V E JUST A ItRIVEP FHOSlr
i T San Fr.wlsco with a large assort- 3
went of LIQUORS, which wc oifrr for tik
at redaeiMl price, lor cash, at on' sample t0"-.
where Joe and hoi, the handsomest and nco "a
tusn In town, will always be on hsnd to di'ss
liquor In the mot approved tvle.
CIIAMPAONB on draft. We m-vfr slop -'
P. S. Joe has now another atrr- ''"a bn
his Purp." C. JACKSON 4 1
Prescott, Jims ft, 1848.
J 12 W ARRANGEMENT!
GOOD FRENCH BREAD.
EXCELLENT PIKS. CAKE'?, tie .
Made by Carlo Ipcis, a flrU-f las lot"
pastry-cook, late of Hrraoslllo, Sonora, w w
on hand and for sale,
At SCHRtEDER'S IiAKERT,
.Montezuma Strost, Protcott, on and sfl" Sands',
AuguitlO, l&Od. ANTONIO ViW AN UBA
Trescott, August 15, 1SGS.
L 0. 0. F Arizona Lodge, o.l
Mfc ItEOULAB MEET! SOS
of this Lodge on Wrtnj
Ings.at Masonic Hull. a
Members of the "rdwA !
standing, arc Invited to d-c
II. DiHi.io, Roe. Pre