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Ss Fhancisco Annscr. Mr. Thomas Boycc
1 the only nuthorlncd agent for tho Minkii in &m
Francisco. Orders loft at tils olllcc, New Mer
chant's Exchaugo Building, room No. &), Callfor
nfcx street, will be promptly attended to.
Vtvm the Pan Fnuirfnco OrerUnd Monthly.
So yon're bock from your travel, old fellow,
And you left but a twelvemonth ago i
You've hobnobbed with Louis Napo'leou,
Eugenic, and kissed the Popu's toe.
Uy Jove, It is perfectly stunning,
AMoundlng, and all that, you know ;
Yes, things nro about a you left them
In Mud Flat a twelvemonth ago.
The boys '-They're all rlcht-O, Dick Ashley,
He's burled somewhere in the snow;
Ho was lost on the Summit, last winter,
And Bob has a hard row to hoe.
You knew that lie's got the consumption?
You didn't t Well, come, that's a go ;
I certainly wrote yon at Baden,
Dear me that was six months ago.
1 pot all yonr outlandish letters,
All stamped by some foreign P. O.
I banded, myself, to Miss Mary
Tlrtt sketch of a famous chateau.
Tom Saunders Is living at 'Frisco
They say that he cuU quite a show.
You didn't meet Euchre-deck Billy
Anywhere on your road to Cairo?
So you thought of the rusty old cabin
The plnus, and the valley below :
And hwrd the North Fork of the Yuba,
As yon stood on the tanks of the Po?
'Tws Just like your romance, old fellow;
. But uow there. Is standing a row
Or stores on the site of the in bin
That you lived In a twelvemonth ago.
But It's jolly to see you, old fellow
To tblnk it's a twelvemonth ago!
And yon have scon Louis Napoleon,
And look like a Juhtiuy Crupaud.
Come In. You will surely see Mary i
You know we are married. What, no ?
O, aye. I forgot there was something
Between you a twelvemonth ago.
The Grave in the Far West.
A lonely spot, and a lonely gra c.
On ttie tanks of the beautiful river,
"Wh'1 re willows droop and aspens wave,
Aui their shadows across it quiver.
No sculptured rn&rhlfi to Ml th nami.
Of the sleeper who rests below;
Or lo ey Hint u lnoolt-r, IllmuuWU to feme,
Was burled here long ago.
Only a snooth and grassy mound,
By the tide of the beautiful river:
A rough, pray stone, with moss is crowned,
Where tie scented unhim quiver.
To toll or fui glad young heart that beat
In the sllctt brea&t below :
And the high hopes quenched by tho arrow fleet
rom tuc trnencrous red man's bow.
Only these the hunter's tale to tell,
Who found hjii beside the river;
And saw from Us side the life-blood well
While Its spirit sought 1U Giver:
Only thec to say, that with reverend heads,
They buried hit 'neath the willow;
And placed the stone above his head
That had been hU dying pillow j
Only these to speak of the mother's woe,
Too deep for wordt to measure,
Whose boy was laid Iwrc so long
Iler lone heart's oulf treasure.
Fourteen Teaks Among the news items
copied from a Santa Fe paper and published
in the Arizona Mineu we had the following
"A man named J. P. "W. Snyder is inquired
after by his menus in Isev .Mexico.
c Knew bnyuer in 18J, when he was
known among familliar friends as ''Pate." In
1854 we Worked with him in a San Francisco
printing office, and the papcr upon which wo
toiled far into the small hours of the momin
having utterly tailed, the poor printers were
left to shut lor themselves, w.tn scarcely
penny each. One of the number went to
Australia, another to Oregon, another to Ore
gon, another to Washington Territory, somo
to the Atlantic States, while Snjder went to
tho northern part of this State. The editor,
the commercial reporter, the Sacramento cor
respondent, tho foreman, the assistant fore
man and one of the "jours," wo know to have
died within the time mentioned. Another
"jour," we met at Slazatlan, Mexico, in 18G3.
"We now hear anxious inquiries from New
Mexico for another. "What baa been the fato
of the others is a sealed book to us, and will
probably so remain until tho sea shall givo
up its dead and all mysteries shall be re
vealed. Hat'dah (California) Courier.
Papfji Monet and Coin. An Eastern ex
change has compiled from official source a
table showing the amount of paper money in
circulation in the United States, at the begin
ning of each year, from 18-18 to 18G8, inclu
sive. From this it is shown that in the first
named year there were, in round numbers,
one hundred and thirty millions, and in the
last year, seven hundred and seven millions
of paper money in existence in tho country.
Before tho war, the total circulation of the
"United States was below four hundred mill
ions, of which about two hundred and fifty
millions was of gold and sliver. Thcro is
generally about ono hundred million of coin
in the Treasury of the United States, about
the same in tho banks at New York, and fully
as much more in the other parts of the Uni
ted States, the principal portion of which is
in California, Nevada, and Oregon, making
three hundred million in gold nnd silver in
the country. The total, then, of money in
existence in the United States, is about one
thousand million of dollars, of which prob
ably seven hundred million is in circulation.
Rioiits vs. Duties. Mrs. Stowe, in ono of
her Chimney Corner essays, gets oil tho fol
lowing good thing:
"Iii all this talk about tho rights of men
and the rights of women, and tho righta of
children, the world seems to bo forgetting
what in quite as important the duties of
men, women and children. We all hear of
our rights till we forget our duties; and even
theology is beginning to concern itself moro
with what n man has a right to expect from
hjs Creator than what the Creator has a right
to'cxpect from man.'
Nuw Unikoiim is the Army. Surgeon-
General llarncs proposes a new uniform for
ho soldiers of the United States Army. Its
ofllccrs from Mnino to tho 1'nciflc, agreo "with
inmilar unanimity," in conurmituu; the pres
ent hat niul (it of clothes. Tho hat recom
mended as tho most appropriate is what is
nown in army circles as "tho Andrews' nat,
which was supplied to tho Second Dragoons
m Texas, tiy Ucnernl Y. . iiiirncy, in i-u.
It is described as "a broad brimmed soft-felt,
of a pearl or Mono color, capable of being
looped Up, but with a stilt nrim wncn ici
down, and with an orifice for ventilation on
each side of the crown that may be closed at
pleasure." Tho hat, when looped up, loolrs
somewhat like tho oldfashioned cliapcau, and
when tho sidos are lot down they furnish
abundant protection from the rain and solar
heat. Changes in the coat are also rocom
monded, to be of a light woolen cloth, or
navy llanncl, in the cut of a sort of looso
habit, with a yoke, so as to fit well, but leav
ing the neck entirely free, large about the
shoulder nnd upper arm. Other Innovations
uro suggested, which look to tho comfort of
the soldier. Army and A'attf Journal.
Rr.coNSTutrcTto.v. Tho San Francisco Cdl
says: All the teoutliern States, except Mr-
ginia, .Mississippi ana lcxas, nave been re
admitted to tho Union Alabama with a Con
stitution which, according to Act of Congre.vs
was rejected by tho people bonators and
Representatives from the seven States tints
admitted will soon take their seats in Con
irrcss. The admircion of these States allows
their citizens to take part m the coming I'res
idential election, and makes negro sulfragc
an established fact, thus creating new politi
cal Issues. AVo cannot hereafter deal with
negro suffrage as a mooted question, as a prop
ositi n : but wo must deal with itas an exist
ing reality. Six-eighths of tho negroes of
the South arc admitted to tho ballot-box, and
will, with the wuito men of tho .Komi, cast
their ballats for the next President. Hence
forth, opposition tc negro suffrage will mean
nothing unless it means that tho ballot shall
bo taken away from the negro. The ! -it
thing to be done is to punish those who have
lorceu tho monstrosity on the JNation.
Omaha to San Francisco. For the bene
fit of our readers and traveling public we
give vnu loiiowmg lauiu oi uiu runic, time,
- A-ll ! l . 1 - . .;
and tare lroin tho Missouri river to han r ran
cHco, from information obtained at the ofllce
of "Wells, Fargo it Co. in this citr: Prom
Omaha lo Laramie City by Tali road, ww miles
i'Z hours, at 10 cvnt" jMr mile, (t) m cur
rency; I.aramie City to Salt Lake City by
stage. 400 miles, in 4 uavs, S10U currency;
Snlt Lake City to Austin, 3912 miles, in .1
lays, ?S0 currency ; Austin to Virginia, 1S."
miles, in 34 hours, 30 coin ; from Virginia
to Keno, 20 miles, in 3 hours, S'5; Reno to
bacramciito by railroad, loa miles, 15
making the time from Virginia in 11 hours.
Thence to San Francisco b- steamer, 120
miles, in 8 hours, $.1. Time from Austin to
San Francisco, 53W hours, distanco 370.C
miles by stage, railway and steamer, faro $53".
On or about the 10th of July, "Wells, Fargo
it Co.'s stages will run direct from Austin
to the Dig Bend of tho Truckcc. Atulin
Flaxseed Svuup. This excellent remedy
for a cough is made thus: Boil ono ounce of
flaxseed in a quart of water for half an hour;
and add to tho liquid the juice of two lemons,
and a half pound of rock candy. If tho cough
is accompanied by weakness and a loss of ap
petite, add half an ounce of powdered guma
rabic Set this to simmer for half nn hour,
stirring it occasionally. Take a wine glass
full when the cough is" troublesome.
The abovo may ba an excellent remedy,
but, owing to tho fact that "lemons" cannot
be had here, of course tho specific cannot be
comiwundcd in thW part of Arizona. But,
some of our traders may, ere long, make up
their minds to try a venture of a box of lem
ons. ho knows ?
Change in Politics. Tho Clinton Coun
tv, Illinois, Indtrmfatt. formerly a Repub'i
can paper, is now published in the interest
of the Democracy. Its editor Mr. George
Sellers, who has been a Republican ever
since the organization of that party, says he
can stand it no longer. We quote tho follow
ing from a recent issue :
"Nearly all the decent men whoever be
longed to the Republican or Radical party,
have left, and many moro will leave it as scon
as they learn tho truth. Chief Justice Chase,
Senators Trumbull, Grimes, Ross, Fessenden,
Cowan, Doolittle, Dixon, and even tho Presi
dent of the United States, have left the par
ty since it fell Into the hands of such dirty
thieves as Beast Butler, Dirty Work Logan,
and original favorites and abolitionists like
StcTens and Sumner.
rExiCA.v Silver Mines. A mino in the
neighborhood of Charcas. worked at an ex
pense of S170.000, sinco tho first of January,
1801, has yielded Bilvcr during that time to
tho value of S-5,4GO,000. The Santa Rosa
Jliuing Company is drawing out $95,000
worth of ore per week. Its works employ
460 hands, at the rate of thirty -seven cents
per day, and tho expenses amount in the ag
gregate to about five per cent, of the value of
the silver taken out.
Value or the Pacific Railroad Tho
IlegUter, published at Central City, Colorado,
says some idea of tho valuo to the nation of
the Union 1'acinc Railroad mav bo formed
from tho fact that the few hundred miles of
it which wero completed in 1807 saved ir in
the transportation of troop and supplies, for
military purposes, on the western plains
The samo may bo truthfully said of tho
Eastern Division road.
One Thousand Dollars a Minute Tho
New Haven llegUler, with an array of facts
nnd figures too formidable to deny, shows
that radical rule is costing tho peoplo ono
thousand dollars a minute, night and day,
the year round !
The whole number of immigrants arriving
nt Castlo Garden, Now York, from Europe,
during tho two months ending on tho 11th
..I. I' 1 1 . i l TOt
uh., is ouiciaiiy Biaicu u.i o,ioi.
Kailkm. Ucn. Rutlcr says ho has tho proof
nf tin! lit-tires show in- that Moncrni urant
anprinVoiT HOO.Oon Union soldiers after 'he
' - - - -. - . i
tlm Ilnii'iilnn. in order to conquer Leo
.... ,... . i .1 ..a r. II 1.-1
with ins su,uuu rebels, anu uini uuer n, uv
failed to do it.
Tut; S!rniiSt American savs thcro is a scar
city of first-class workmen in various branches
of business, and accounts lor it by ttio gen
nrit tilmlitiiin nf Out snnronticesliin system,
and tho introduction or machinery to do tho
work formerly done by hand.
KplnlUMM 1TIC Ilutleron Imttoachmcnt:
"Tako away mv equality, you entirely de
stroy my liberty "
F.varts on lilt rr " 1110 leilioiusi, Mo-
man in meetim? said. "Tako away my total
depravity nnd you entirely destroy my reli
Mn. fVii.vAv not v Printkh. Manyncws'
,!nor flirniu'linut the countrv sneak of
Srluivlor (InlfiiT nk a nriiitor. This is a mis-
taKe. no was lonneriy cuimr oi iuu rwmn
11nc1 Inilinn.i RmilttT. but IS not a
"typo." and never wielded tho "shooting
stick," as is represented. Xeio i urk Lorn-
The weakest spot in any man is
thinks himself the wisest.
Yar.ial County, Arizona. j7j
HE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING rk
recently taken charge of tho above xiwL
nainel home, would Inform the people of Arizona
and the traveling public, that It Is his Intention to
do everything ioUile to please and sntlsly all
who favor Mm with tholr patronage.
i O'NEILL, Proprietor,
WIckcnlMrg, March 12, lfcOS. inU.
BREWERY AND SALOON,
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED RESPECT-
I fnllv inform llm nnlilip nnil bid
- - - .j .......... r -- i - - --- -
old friends, that he Is now maunfacturlu::,
and ktept constantly on hand, a superior quality Of
Li tiger Jleer.
In connection with the Brewery is a flrM-chus
Bar, m bleb Is always supplied with the best of
LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
The patronage of the public Is tiollcltcd.
A. II. PEEPLES, Proprietor.
Wlckcnburg, March 12, lhtiH. mU
. DEALER IX ,
XftjT Sells cheaper thau any other merchant In
uculrai Arirona. nor.'O lii
Arizona Stage Company,
f t& TlSSNnjBi h?rZ" jTOCTn.
AvSATCHttf fccfhri mfiA
m.''!. r -. '."'TTrrri i My
RL t t ti m . i
"""b"-" an v.ijr uuhuuuj,
leave Wickenburg every Thursday.
aeini-H cckly jl:ul regularly lie-
tween La Paz and l,rescotJ
J. r.OLDWATEU, Agent at La Par,
W. K. FEHUIS " Wlckcnburg.
Ontrcctor and Proprietor.
Prcscolt, June 10, 16C8.
STEAM SASH-DOOR, BLIND,
.... AND ....
Montezuma Street, Prescott
ORDERS ron ALL KINDS or TURNED
Material, for Chairs, Tables, Redstcads,
etc., promptly filled nnd cnt to all parts of tho
Territory. Chairs, Tables and Metis tends made to
order. All kinds of Cabinet Work neatly executed.
Our Prices arc Reasonable.
8. E. BLAIR,
R. E. ELLIOTT.
Prescott, February 21, 166S.
KUSTEL & HOFMANN,
METALLURGISTS and ASSAYERS.
Gold and SQrer Bullion Assayed.
MINERAL A8SAY8 AND ANALYSIS MADE.
Oil Commercial Street, San Francisco.
Silvek and Gold Okes worked In small lots up
to a hundred pounds, by Chlorlnatlon
and other methods.
San Francisco, Cal., June 27, 1SCS. JylSmO
tSritlnnk Milling uikI tlultclnlm IJcodg,
Seclnl nml Urncrul IMvtr-(ir-.Vt(ornty,
etc., for mile at tho Miner Ufllcc
GEO. F. HOOPER & CO..
Ban Francisco nnd Fort Yunin, California.
Arizona City, Maricopa Wells, Sacn
ton, Sweet Water, and Camp
1T7HOLKSAI.E AND RETAIL DEALKUS IN
Forwarding anfl Commission Merchants,
We wish to call tho attention of the public
generally, and Mp.uchants, particularly, to our
fucllltles for Wholcsalolng and Jobbing at Low
We keep constantly on hand) at
The Largest nnd Mot Qtneral Stock qf Good
in the Territory, or in any one home
touth of Stin "VanciVo,
the Country lie-
All of our goods arc cither Imported direct or
bought of direct Importers. M'e buy nothing from
trcond hands; thereby saving tho San Francisco
Jobber's prollt, which Is am- we ask to make.
"Live and Let Live," N our motto. OurtcrmH
are CASH, EXCLUSIVELY, and, rou cash, wo
are alw.iyg in rcndlncM to supply dealers, ranch'
eros and others, with good, In Jobbing lot, at
Uuprccedontedly Low Prices,
GEORGE F. HOOPER A CO.
Arizona City, November 20, ISO".
BLUMENTHAL & LANDSBERGER,
SAN FRANCISCO AUCTION HOUSE,
Arionii City, Arizona.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Muical Instruments, Books and Stationery,
Guns, Pistols and Ammunition, Alining
nnd Farming Implements.
More Varieties than any other House In Arizona.
Arizona City, May 14, 18GS. mySO
ORATE COURT, 1
a pat County. J
Estato of John Simmons, Deceased.
notice is herkbv given, that,
JL hi pursuance of an order of the Probate
Court of the County of Yavaiial. In tho Territory
of Arizona, made on the eleventh day of Mav. A.
I). IMVS In tlm matter of tlm l'.I:iii- iif .Inhn Sim.
mons, deceased, the undersigned, Administrator
of said ettate, will sell, by public auction, to the
1,1,,),, .. M.l.lr fnr ..t . rn.,
House, In the town of Prencott, at" ten o'clock a.
i ji., uu oiv i ijhua i , auuuoi cm, i. u. icuo. uiu
.. a .Tiiun i V iPMcnLit. t ,1-1.0
loiiowmg property oi tuo ucccacii, toimuiug oi:
noo feet in the Quartz Lode, mazeppa,
."00 " " " "
!!00 " " " "
SOO " ' " "
(iOO " " " " "
000 " " " " "
(iOO " " "
000 " " "
m ,, .1 II II 11
COO " " " " "
All tho above, by location.
SOO feet In tho BENEDICT,
ACCIDENTAL, 2d Ext. Sonth,
ii ii it
' " UNIO,
' " BIO BUG, Extension,
' MOUNTAIN CHIEF,
1 " ERASTUS.
ONE RANCH CLAIM OF 100 ACRES,
Situated on Walnut Creek.
One AUXILIARY CLAIM oflGOAcrcs.ndJoInlng
Mountaineer Quartz Lode
Alo, the following TOWN PROPERTY,
situate In the Town of Prcpcott-
Town Lot No, 41 Block No. 17.
it ii ii 10 " " 1
" it u a .i 31
g ii 4Ht
' 0 " " 4!,
Onchatrof lot No. 8, In block 20, with bouse.
Dated Prescott, Yavapai county,
A. T., July 3d. IbOS.
BENJAMIN BLOCK, Administrator.
By JOHN HOWARD, Attorney. Jylllt
Quartz Mountain Saw Mill.
rpiIE ATTENTION OF THE PUULIO IS
JL called to tho fact that wo have renewed
facilities for the manufacture of
All Kinds of Lumber,
for Building purposes, and for Mills and Mining.
B77 Come with your money, and wo will ar
range tho prlco according to the quality.
Terms, cash on delivery, payable In U, 8. gold
coin, or Its equivalent In currency.
A. O. NOYES, Agent.
Prescott, September 17, 1S07.
Hill oiirnrcl 111 SEW Jllllrir
tloodwln Htrttt, 1'inrott,
(Lately tho Odlce of the Ailzoim Miner.)
j S VITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE
JL and choice nssortmcnt of J'"L
All or which he oilers at Mr rates for Cash
l'rvscott, August 10, l!sC7.
Hook and Job PrintiiiL'
I Largest and Most Complete Estalta
.01' TUB KIND..
IN THE TERRITORY,
The MiNEn olllco Is well sunnlled with
Ptaln, Fancy and Ornamental True, ami ihr?
prietor nro determined to execute all work
which they may bo lavored In the neatct nd
Ktjle of tho art.
Work mav bo ordered from anv tariff ti..
Territory; and, when accompanied with the rat
i. win oe promptly axccuicu ami seut by nail or
Persons pending us money for sulmtrtmi
ndvrrtUlntrnr Job work, mav rriruapl ,y
or otherwise, at their own risk. '
" PUBLISHERS ARIZONA MINER,
Pr. ocorr, A. T."
SIXTH INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION,
HUE ROARD OF DIHECTOriSOFTirE
Mechanics' Institute lierebv rive notice
Unit the Sixth Industrial Exhibition of that Ao
ciatlon will bo held some time in Aurutt next, in
a building to be erected for the purpoeuiVnlon
squaro in tins city. Kvcry preparation win uc
made to acconimodatecxhlbltorsanQTUUorsirUU
a view to make the Exhibition profitable, Untrue
tlvc and pleasant to all iKtrtlw.
Durinc tho thrco ir which have Intervewd
since the holding of the last Exhibition In tbi
city the manufacturing, mcciianicni, fcimiKisi
useful and ornamental arts have made linprtw-
dentcd progress on this coast, ami It U lmei
will exceed any other In value that has ererbtri
held on the shores of the Paeltlc.
The plan of building to be erected, which bm
liccn adopted by tho Board of Director, k
bclloveu, win jirovo to oc inc tn-sv aunmeu, wu
for display and couvenlcnw of the ptiblic, of
building ever erected In tho State. The bailtfm?
will be perfectly water tight, being covered H
a bhlnglo roof, io that no daiuugo froa tlie
ments can ixs antiiipHieti.
All jKiriics who re lute otcd In any of lit
branches of .Maiinliittmt", .Mcihrtiilcs, or the Am
and Sciences are luvlied to exhibit In theprowM
Exhibition, nnd to share in the publicity andfoi
sequent prollt which nlway ntiends mill ralf'
jirhe. Suitable premiums will be oflcrcd, u
the specific date of opening the Exhibition i
bc lniblMicd at some fiuu'e time.
By order of the Be-artl of Dlrc"rh
jnlim'J HORACE D. DUNN, Uor.St:'j.
PRIVATE MEDICAL AID.
jUr Quick Cures and Moderate Charss
Private Medical and Surgical Instltntt
fiiu-nimi-nti) Klrrrt, llow JtonliromerT lofpoifx rv
Jlall Nlramibip Cwiuujiy't oOif). rri!etn
lilfulurd ilrptl. San KranelKw. ,
fjlalillihcd rxprrwly to utTurA lh afl!lt"l W"
nilfiillfio m(lcal hI1 In tlie trMitmrnt ond turf a w
1 'rival and Chronto Ulteuse; taxt of Sr"u
IVitlenti (mala or feml) rwlillnf In tay'fj"
Stalct nml Tirrltoric, however dl.Unt wbo WT
the optnloo an.l a.i-eof OIL DOHEKTV l wj
retire cam, ami who think prnpi-r to lotaitt
ttatcrocct rfiuch !a tirrfcreB 1" Ik-MIu
terrlew. are rnpictully Mured that tKrir
tUm, wm t hM tnt .arred. 1)11. DOHKirn W
thii tprtunlty of obwrrlnff that aU Htert ""ZZ
and n-idied to only by hlml?, and the l4ttr u r"'' '
at irilila, , .
If the eae l full and candidly ilecribt. I"1
munleutlon will bo nnnecewry, a lintroh .
teirfmen and the pi neral trmtment of the ewe Wi .
dine the reoiedle) will 1 tirwanlfd IUwa,d!?2f t
In ach manner u to convey no Idea of the rflip"
letter or turcel Ki tranmlttL
C"nulMlnn, by letter, or otberwUe.
PermanMit cure giuirunterl or no par. , .. D
I)1L DOIIKUTY Jmu JurWlhed"'iJJ'j','5S"
phlet, embodylnir hU own vlewi and I''rZ,t1
tion to Impotence or Virility, belnif a 'ZZrii
Hpennatorrtiea or Seminal WekneM,erTW
Debility eoneiuent upon tbl AffecUon, ad ow
eatrt or the Sexual Organl. , . ntoMt nl
ThU little work cnnUlni Information "1J't fvt
to all, whether married or tingle, and wUI M f
by mall on receipt of Six CenU In
.11111 II. ! 1