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THE AUIZONA MIXER.
"The Gold of that Unci to good," A. HAND, IablITier. PRESCOTT, WEDNESDAY JULY 20, 1864. Agents. Willinm J. Osborne, Tucson ; Charles A. Phillips, La Paz; A. M Hnut, Santa Pc ; William H. Tobey, San Francisco. 1 .. Tn answer to repeated innine3 us to whether' ithe Governor intends to authorise weekly mails to bo carried from here to Tncson owl La Paz. ns reported, wo would any that he has no power to do more than decltre the same to be necessary If apon his statement to that effect any partiea chooso to undertake the oervice, upon their own !lM?i i i .il . 1 responsiouity, trusting to ins approval ana re muneration of tbe(general government, they will, of course, be at liberty to do so, and we learn that tbore are several who have such Intention. plan was approved by the Secretary, and the! XECTION RETURNS, nilding will bo hired ft is to be of hewn logs, 'PhP following are the returns hinufficinn of , . .it t .. at i I ' u eareuiiiy put up, ana win ue upon vunuy .-itreui,. vGCiQn lor Delegate to Uongress and member on the north side of tho plaza. The uccornmo- of the Legislature, held July 18th, so far aR re- nations win ue piniu. umwwisiiw uuu wiuiu.v- ceiVOd at the MINER uiuce : able, and if the weather is m pleasant na at pres ent our Legislators will be likely to havo an i FOR DKLKGATK. PrcacotU Lynx Or. Weaver. Waln't 0. THE ELECTION. XESII)I3NTI AI. T)0 first election in Arizona since its orenniza Two Presidential Nominating Conventions fl0n os Q Territory, occurred on Monday last, the have met iu the Stutee, one at Cleveland, on the h 8th. So far ns we have heard the proceedines am ot ioy, ana one at .Baltimore, ou tne un oi 0 conducted in oxcollent good feeling. M Jane. The former was composed of Fremont the poll in Prescott there was tho utmost har den, or Kndicnl Democrats, as they termed raonyi aD(j although the town waa copiously sup- tuemeIveB, and, ot course, nominated i'remont pjG(j W-Uh whiskey, we noticed but few cases for the Presidency. John Cochrane, of New 0f intoxication. Tho returns of tho precincts, as xorK.was put upon tne ticset mr vice rrosi rar aB delivered to us at this time, are given in aenw amu, lew prominent men ngurea in tne UHOther column. It will be seen that Dr. Lieb convention, und from tho tone of tho papers we hm3 a 8muu maiority for Delegate. This was to nave received irom tne Jiast, It dOCS not appear hn nrnpnfnrl in vtnw nf finl. Prvjrnn'a roainVn that the movement can amount to much, although bojow the ga nnd tbe curreot. belief that his Fremont and Cochrane have both determined to interests were wholly there. It was also the mnVo thp fnnn Af tho RnlHmnro TTnirn f'nn- x i .-jil . .. i. m. i t. . - vv ...v..w.v, ww.. namrai consequence oi tne report tnat ue nas to vention, Abraham Lincoln was re-nominated, re- do with a land grant from the Mexican govern ceiving every vote cast, saving those of Missouri, raentf whjch it a pr0posed to locate in Arizona, Trtncti were given lor General rant. I ne con- and which conveys title to mineral as well vention was very largo and influential, and the otnRr jandB m& eect0Q j3, however, hardly a indications are that Mr. Lincoln will walk over raatter of question , as by our latest advices we the course with ease, although it will somewhat aro jnrormea thafc tho sentiment below the Gila depend upon who becomes the nominee of the was nimosfc unanimously in his favor. It is not Democratic Convention, which was to havo met Lnllkely that the reiuroa frora Tucson alone, will at Ldicago, on tho 4th ot July. more than counterbalance the maiority (if nnv Andrew J ohnson of Tennessee, was nominated amnBt jn the upper C0Untry. The members for the Yice Presidency on the Lincoln ticket. oftho Legislature elect from this district are ana win give it strengtn. An oia line uemocrai Kenerolly Rood men, and will doubtless work vitr- oi Mr. Lincoln is an old hue Whig, ne is orousiy t0 promote the best interestn of tho Ter o patriot .wnom tne people nave long ae r-lt()ry. The unanimity with which they werp ngntea to nonor. supported should satisfy them that they should We have already expressed our approbation of par8UB a jibernl nnd independent policy, and &uo coarse purFiiea oy Jxr. Lincoln wituin uis cioSejy study the public good. present administration. Wo believe it to huve '- beon cautious and wise. THE TERRITORIAL LAWS, Accepting the eajmg of Uleohnlus, one of the When the Territorial officiate were in New even wiao men of Greece, " A mean is best in Mexico, on their way here, they made strenuous everything." he has not resorted to extremes efforts to procure copies of the laws of that 'fer ine radical on either side has met no favor at ritory. which for tho present are in force here ni bands. His management of pnbhc anairs ot They succeeded m obtaining but one complete the most critical period in our nation&J career eet that now in the office of Secretary McOor haa been such as to commana tbe approval of all mick. Neither of the United States Judges moderate and impartial men. His re-election wh0 have held their courts, have had the law will be far more likely to hasten the restoration before them, and none of the appointees o of honorable peace to our distracted country, than the Governor have been able to learn their dnties nuuw u uauoici u lub ueuii oi io hiv i0 remedy as mr as possible tne inconvenience rienced hands, at this important hour. resulting from this state of affairs, the Secretary has in preparation printed slips containing the 31 AIL FACILITIES. laws governing tho Territorial officers which h There is natnralJy much inquiry regarding the will at nu early day distribute to the vaiious Pro improvement of our mail facilities, or, wo should bate Judges, Alcaldes, Sheriff, Constables, and tnvt the establishment of mails, for as vet we Notaries Public, to be used until new and better havo none whatever, and aro only permitted to laws ore provided. The New Mexican statutes communicate with tho outer world by the cour- are not only crudn and incongruous in tho ex tssy of the military authorities. The military treme, but the order or disorder in which they . express connecting with Mesilla and Los Angel- are priutud leaves much to the conjecture of the 98, via Pimo and Tucson, semi-monthly is an ac- reader. Tho books are irregular in form and commodation which wo all appreciate, but it is plan, miserably indexed, und. for the most part, quite time that we had regular and frequent shabbily printed. While tho laws reflect no mails. Before leaving Washington the Govern- particular credit upon their authors, the manner or and other territorial officials urged upon the of their publication is highly discreditable. In Postmaster General the importance of an exten- mmon with all of our citizens who have an ac eion of the mail service, either from Albuquerque , . , ... . P . or from Mesilla to the Colorado and the Pacitic 1"" with them, wo hope for their prompt It was understood that a contract wonld at once injection by the Legislature. I he code carefully be given from Mesilla to Tucson, (and possibly prepared by Judge Howell, of tho First District, to Los Angeles,) and we cannot expluin why it nnd based upon those of California and Nevada, vm not done. Wo have a report that tho con- orany jaw8 8impie intelligible and comprehen tractors demanded an escort of fifteen soldiers ;., . , ' : with each mail, which the government was not Bn:,.wm n ... .1 I J IVtlV. .wuimo, v tviii prove to oe tne most uuvuuuiguuua m uiu end Had ho put up buildings of any kind it R might have beon made a pretext at Washington w Qrnom 112 for delay m giving us nn appropriation lor smta- m A Bifelow, 82 ble permanent structures. No such excuse can John Howard, now be urged, and wo hope that our hrst Dele- J. I. Alsop, irate will be able to secure a liberal appropriation -urooKB for tho nurooso duririK the ensuing winter ... . 'nn m. J5ogge, Oi Ualilornm jPromo Calkins. 80 99 6 17 38 0 0 ,1. nr.. t . : t i. n n nnnrn -,, a - agreeaoie session, vv o vruau tyiu uu unns. u, t-'oaton.oo one. Ohnrles Leib 83 So far as tho Territory Is concerned, wo be- Jjn. J. Berry, 8 lievo that tho plah adopted by tho Secretory r, "a FOR COUNCIL. 69 57 . 60 0 3 0 94 0 1 Tuf. California Wimb Lntbrbst. is evidently destined to bo a great wine pro- J. Mcr'rnckin, ducinir region. Her wine culture, now growing Jnmes Garvin, 148 ra roR nooms. 55 35 59 GO 6 24 0 0 Id 22 0 0 0 36 18 35 19 0 0 2d 3 27 37 1 32 0 1 2 8' 0 0 13 18 9 0, 1 m si 8j 11! 10 01 pidly into u leading agricultural interest, dates Ja3- !ooro 82 only from the year 1854; but those ten years U', joward 2 mve produced remnrKaoio results, lor ner wine- Yan Smith, 1 1 l. I II m I rowers seou iulo uio luuuu u.vuuuo . HnlinntA nrno?nnf. nnf. vnf hnrA fmn, y-.K ..it.nn nml nnff J niU InO MMnllttT fl 1T1 fl f V 1 .... . I wauipusuvo uu ,w. vjm,... j w. mthprwisp the returns are complete for the Thirt r.r fho rii1 unH whiw winns nlrnjKiu rnnla thnr. (til .... . . . ; ul "v J l.lnfhniiil I liotript.- Mnasm Wnnlaot? l-imni-'- . . .i-VM-..fci. iuiii ivv I hl V'4. V-J. v. Uliir many oi uie r,uruFcu v.iUUu. i uc ufcu.jr . nnd BiHw nre doubtless chosen to the nonD,!$ the vinerd enterprises id Cahfornm is brief: p1 nnd R McCrackin Gflrvln aD n bonier & ironimg, assisted oy onaries . n T . . , mPB9 Stern, commenced business ia Los Angeles and Bpooka and Vnn Rmilh to 8ay that th wong shortly afterwards opened a houso in ban Fran- MniUfnUia fnp nnr nn55t;rtn. nnd nifln tn ' ioii a. Ln.i. i. t t.i iu l "J i - - c Buo; iuiouii.uuou.iie nuuu xu . iiuraMt..y tu tlwt Mr Moore withdrew his name at Weaver Europe w prucuiu u3u .auuuu. u. u.- (hp intollil,pncn to rpsch her(, wben - I i. ,1 I. ,t li-, n. mm t - .lava X ivaieu mere.awu tuu ruau.w ui .,3 puu.uuu . . f . . Had he secured the W was the introduction into the hi ate ol tourteen I votG whjch hflC0IlM jmve lmd beyond doubt, nanarea specie., comprising o..u i.unu.tfu uiou-. he , h . eIected and vin.'?. 1 his stimulated enterprise, and large numbers of persons planted vineyards and culti vated improved varieties of vines, so that tin yield of the wine crop has increased from 443.000 ullons in 18(52 to an average nnnaul product ot the present time of 3.800,000 gallons A large tract of land has been recently pur- Quikn Sauk. The Emperor Maximilian iln probably before this time landed on Mpxica; soil, and is on his road to tho Capital. What,! will be tho result? Will all tho French buvvi v.. . ...I. t - 1 t.!. 1... ft:..: . P.. Duia win t;ii surniuiui nun uu Buiiicit'iii lur mm . , , ,, i j , protection? Will the Mexican people ot on chased by a German company, who havo olieudy ..,..,. , , ; . , . , , , , . rx.u foruet all their traditional love for Ki'pnW.c) iiianteu tnree nunuruu iiiouamiu vinia. umur private enterprises, snstuined by ample capital and directed by skillful person?, promise good results. Arizona would, in many districts, seem to have tho same advantages for grnpo culture thut are found in southern California, and if proper atten tion be given 1 1 the matter, we make no doubt that within a very few yiara our native and wholesome winps will be as famous and as at tractive, if not as profitable, as our quurtfc lode and placers. Tim pirnrpfis from 'IWsnn ntifl rJu fitntt.a reached here on Saturday evening. Tho latest oates ?ere irom oan rraneisco, jnne i-i, ana from Denver, June 15, with New York telegrams of June 13. General Grant was entrenching himself on tho Ohickabo'nioy. befoto Richmond preparatory to a final struggle with Lee. The army was in good spirits. A convention at Cleveland had nominated John O. Fremont fur President, and John Oochruno for Vice Presi dent. The National Union Convention met a' Baltimore Juno 7, and nominated Abrahuin Lin coin for Preaideat.and Andrew Johnson for Yice President. Tho latter convention was composed of nearly five hundred delegates and was most harmonious and enthusiastic. Wo can hardly believe that anJ 'consistent statutes. aucb an excessive demand was made, when it is T?Hlinsr to allow pii'mca institutions? We Anticipate no suh thing I rmrtt l-J 11 mtfrhtT atnwnrln iiiiiwtiiriiinr wliK'li wit' m ..V. V " ..FW... W.I M.W . . .. te... . a. . ....... ..t shake the throne of tho Mupburg Inutmn.'h ti its fonndution. und. we trust, simd him buck t his Arch Ducal dominions in TSurope a wiaer uotl f I a better man. ; d The President bn3 planted him?flf squarely or 1 the Monroo declaration of 1823. nnd from u rsft cent message to Con'gres it uppers that th n "reach uovernment has been notified that th 'i msition would bo maiutaind by the Uiitt'i, States. This measure, wo are eonGdent. m. J meet the approval of the whole country. Europ ias euoiiiih to no to maiifte ite own affairs m do not sei:k to intermoddlo with the nations tho eastern continent, and we reasonably claiaj that they shall leave tho western nations to tate caro of themselves in their o;vn way. notorious that tho military exprpss has never lHf3 Public Buildings. As it is now knowu been molested, although carried with a much that the Governor will convene the Legirflataro smaller guard. at Prescott, much has been said about tho erec- whatever mny nave-been tne danger from the tioD of bK buijdinga Tho followin , we Apaches, it no longer exists to an extent do- uai ' ... . r . . mandingany protection beyond that of two or ve,o correct statement of the steps taken three wide awake men, and wo hope that some 7 Secretary McCormick, to whom the prepara- individual or company will at once make a prop- t'008 fr the accommodation of the Legislature osition to tho Postoffice Department for mail are by law entrusted. service throughout the Territory which it cai: FimW hv hi innr.rnP.MnnR from Washm w.nn. "'The4 convenience of tho civil wvernment of .th?'f be.in.? y.efc 00 PProPn for public onr citizens universally, and indeed tbe develop- 0UluunKaJ "iat e was not ontnonzed to expend raent of our couutry, in which tlie liveliest inter- more for rooms than would have beon nucessary 03t is folt, both in the Atlantic and Pacific for rent, had the capital been fixed at an old otnies, an impel us in impiormg tne general settlement, he sought to find and hire for the been given other Territories in their early days. uuraB . instruction. Tins oeing impossible, Wa do not ask more, until warranted by an in no rece'vutJ proposals for building, but tho lowest crease of population. of thoso so mnch axcoodod the amount which he lo the appeals of tho lerntorial officers, felt authorized to expend, that he ?as in doubt which liavo been frequent and urgent, we add the R t whf. i n ,i. t o quu v voice of the people, which, speaking through the , 7 4" 1 oresa. is loud and earnest in demandino tlmt Ari. Posed to Put P Q Btmcture,. for business pnr- zona shall no longer be kept without the advan- Poses to be ready by or before tho first o7 Sop- tagea which are her right, nnd without which her tember, and to b6 .temporarily fitted un for the ' T - " f - - Arrival or Coloradians. As our last num ber was goinc to pie3s the streets of Prescott were filled with emigi ants and their trains from Colorado. Some fifty men and several families camo in during the day. They seem an intelli gont, orderly people, and will make a vahnbl addition to our population. With u combination of Califoroian3 and Ooloradiuns. n'o nuwhL in beat the world in enterprise. Irktkda has returned to the Mohavo region' a bigger, but we tear not a better " fnjin " than eVOr. JJlS epaulettes are Said tn hn nnnrlArmi.c: Captain John Moss, who has been showing Ire- teoa up, m the l-.astern States, returupd with him. iretaba is emd to have concluded from his observations that it is very foolish for tho Indians to hght tho whites, the latter being very numer ous, and mostly soldiers! He describes New tort: ue n very big rnnchoria, In which ho walket tor days without seeing a all I Tnoors at La Pas Wo should huve stated heretofore that upon tho request of the citizens ot La Paz, General Wright of the Departmen ot too racihc, has stationed Co. F, 44th infantry California volunteers, Oapt. Matthew Sherman at that place. The captain and! his men are hfgt.ly spoken of by persons from I Pas. Among tho buildings destroyed by the overflo?3C ot i herry i reek, Denver, was the office ol tkS Rocky Mountain News, including all the materr al. Wo extend to tho editors and proprietors $3 that likely sheet our best sympathies and tbXH sincere wish that they may speedily recover froar? their serious misfortune. No papers havo bee more regularly received, or more highly upprcetg ated here, than the Denver News and f 'ommoDtTu wealth. They usually bring U3 tho latest gonerijj news, nnd n rmi33 of interesting local items, espt cially acceptable to our citizens irom ("olor.vJe5& We call attention to tho following card issued bw tho proprietors ol the News : !r Tn the destruction of onr office, oar nlqerfnU? bonks shared the common fate, so that we are witboii a list of subscribers anywhere. It ia not onr Intcnti5 that any subscriber shah miss a ijinpin number of hari paper, and to avoid their doing so. we hone that e$l a?lt Sllf .1 .t ... .1 - . . ua nib uuun.-B. uhu, ap nenr ns possible, length of time for which their subscription ia paw a When desired, the Commonwealth will be 8apnlifdt jj sabscribera who linve paid for tho News, or the NciC win ue furnished from the time of its resumption the full time for which it ia paid. Send iu VourlisUtfJe once- Will postmasters oblige us by aiding hi the rat ler' , BYERS & DAILET. f Denver, May 21, 18W. jf h) IJLiVCKSJiriTril.YG AND Hi Wagon Making. 1 hk undersigned would respectfully inform tfifl people of Prescott. and surrounding country, thi$ thpy aro now prepared to do all kinds of block smithing, wagon-making, etc , ut their new phoA? on Granite Street, west sido of tho creek We mteud to do our best to plenso und gi satisfaction to all who favor us with their psf tronage". Gaerikl Sabrkdra, . William Skjllioorn;;! Prsfcjott, Joly IS, 1864. ?1d