A I)em'rntlc - I "!' le.votcl (o Die
.Inciilcntloii or Coimtltutloniil Principles
,0f (iovrrniiicnl, mill llic nil vmiirmt-iit of
llir Inlcrct of every acctloii of Arizona.
PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS,
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
Ore copy, oin- yrnr, $7.00 One copy, tlx months,
(i'.W. Otic copy, three months, 3.50.
Half square, one lime, 62.00; each additional
a"om?S'arc, one thltcrSrlfSatntTonTif
I.ach additional half square nud squnre, same
"Vlvcrtlsi ments measuring over one-lialf square
jtiII be count' 1 mid charged one square.
X nbcr.il discount will be made to persons con
tinuing the same advertisement for three, six, or
l'rofi -iionul or business enrds Inserted upon
Isic' Tender Xolei tatttn at par in paymtnt for
sv&i rijitu it, adcertiiing andjoo work.
Ternm, Invariably in iiilvnncc.
JOHN- II MARIOX, UEXJ. II. WEAVER,
Publishers and Proprietor.
YAVAPAI COUNTY DIRSCXOHY.
1 .. ' Jmlire WX. I'. TURXBR.
I'm. J" !.' IlrJteaiAU IlKOOKa,
DUIr. 't Attorney IlOBEKT I". I'UTT,
j. ,cr " A. J. Moo ML
t 'tj- I!i pMt John I. Hocrkk,
C, tk f District Court, K. W. Vt'ELUS JR.
TRKM8 Or COUNTS:
Dit .-i ( otirt I'lnit Monday in May, awl Third Man-
Ir v ( "i.n Kirtt Monday la Jaaiiary, April, Jaly
od O'' lirr.
llilAUD Ol' SUPKUVlHOKSi
(i Ji C itoi'II. Jvlia n.Cnmiibll, I". II. WuniterMab.
Hour t mitU cm tbn I'irvt Monday In Jannurr, April,
Jnv anl Oi lotwr. ot I'rewwtt.
ji sticks or this rKAcri
CamnM 1 lllair, George W. Itonwrd.
OFFICERS OP THE TERRITOnT.
fintf m r Itlehin! C. MeCormtok,
fwrrrUry Jam I. T. Oartar,
Aitant Keuretary Mmtj W. lT"-.?y.
t ...ifjiuucc WUUnm I". Turner,
Juotlcc Henry T. Racks
Hurley II. Order,
Xntrvi't General IrforM Upmn,
M-lu. Hdtrara IlMlpc,
fiu;x r.ntndent Indian AflWrf Ownfra V. Utmt,
Am-mot of latcruul Reveaaa, ....lloury A. lUfrefcttr,
C ..r.tjr " ' lvl Dtaktord,
A 1 ' r JtniM Oml,
T"ciurcr John T. AUnp,
Ad utant-Oenrml WIUm II. Garvin,
Ui "gate In ConjrreM, Culw IWitird,
J. P. II A It GRATEj
ATTORNEY AXD COl'XSELOR-AT-LAW,
Montcznmn street, Preseott, Arlsona.
VTTORXEY AXD COUXSELOR-AT-LAW.
war. J. BERRY,
ATTORXEY AXD COUXSELOR-AT-LAW,
II. W. FLEURY,
r o 'v j n Y v i n Lie,
JUSTICE OT THE PEACE,
OmrK- -Montezuma street, Proscott. 4v25
G. W. BARNARD,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
OeriCE Gnxulte street, Precott. iyV
If. R. PL ATT,
I t r rt h w w A w A r i lit
Ornrc Pine street, Tucson, Arizona.
ATTORNEY AXU COUXSELOIt-AT-LAW,
Tu!kip. Arizona Trrltorv.
- - - j
G. 11. OURY,
Court House Ihiltdlng, Tucson, Arizona.
Jiui;- Store, H
PREscorr, A. T.
A. FT O rF I - 7VT W7! TV. TT?. .
TIT T . i ,. .... ....
-..vim iiurBunaiiy to tuc saio oi prop.
CftV Of PVITV il.tartrlttllrir. fi,..l
... " J ""'WlllillUII. Will t'l IILUIUI II
aif UIlllPF finlora nC rn( A .1 .. .1 l D M .
itlf! Mill in v UUMIl lUlIlllllAVI D
if j nniuoruies. .May, lb07
Rk L lliaill 1II..I.... ....I a.
.- n.ai. ill-lit I ill Ifrrill)
i,"nl mill Reneritl l'nwt n.nr.t t tnrn.v.
tr.. r . V
.... .n,t Ul UK ?I utr Om.
CAPITAL ON WHEELS!
Governor II. C. MeComick and Suite cn roult
ItcscoU Survives the Exodus!!!
D. HENDERSON & CO.,
S TILL A T P It E S C 0 T T
GRAXD OPEXIXG OF WIXTER STOCK, OX
MONDAY, DKCB3IMi:U 3.
Comprising a splendid assortment of
Guiit'd Clothing and Furnishing Good.
Finn Cassimerc mid Reaver lJusinois Suits,
Overcoat, Mission Good,
UlankoU, Fancy Goou,
Yankee Notions, Uoote and Shoes,
MacrtMhaum and Patent Pipes,
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco,
Havana Cigar, Novel,
Playing Curds, Colt's Pistols.
Henry nnd Spencer Hitle Cartridges,
We liare also received a large and chote supply of
Groceries, Can Fruits, etc.
We would alio call the attention of the Ladie
to our elegant aaaortmcot of
Merino, and Folelanl Wintor Dresi
Gooxw, French and American Prints,
Turkish and Iluckakock Towok,
Crusli, Balmoral and Daiaaak Table Covow,
Cotton, IJkmdc, Saxony and iiugly Lace,
Sewing Silk Jtorugc,
KM Glove. Hat Frames,
Ladies Winter Hot, etc., etc
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICKS.
American Prints, 26 cts.
Fronch " 87ct.
" A nlrnble Slsnencc better than a slow Shilling"
It our nwtlo, of which you will be convinced by
calling at onr Store
Curiitr Gurlcy mtl Granite street.
Preacott.'NoT. 80, 1SC7.
3Ionteztimn Street, I'rcscolt, Arizona.
(South of the Store of James Urant.)
A S WE BKKW OUR OWN
J. SLlieer, and take great pains u
mahe It O. K.. lovers of that health
ntul Mrenfftbenlnr bevemce will do
well by calling uiou ua uud taking sonic of our
(!oed I.AQRR 11EER, Lienors and Cigars, al
wnya on hood.
RAII1I.E & SHEARER, Proprietors.
Praseott, October 5, 1S07.
rrcseott Livery Stable.
Granite str-t, mljulnliig the uartx Iloclt
Saluon, Predcott, ArUona.
liavintr leased this old-
estamuiietl i.ivcry Maine,
desires te Inform lil friends and the public gen
erally, that he has m good
SAIHU.r. AXD RUfifiY IIOItSKS
as can be found at any establishment In the Terri
tory, which he U ready to let at low prices.
Alwaya on hand, a large supply or
" GRAIN AND HAY.
Horse taken care of by the day, week or
mouth, on reasonable term.
B'ZP'A Job Wagon may be found at the stable,
ready fbr otnployineut.
Preseott, November 28, 18C7.
milE UNDERSIGNED WISHES TO
X inform the inhabitants of Preseott and
vicinity that he keeiw constantly on liand, Freeh
llrend, UuKea ana i lea.
MADE TO ORDER:
All kinds of
PRIVATE & PURLI0 PARTIES
Supplied to order, nnd at the Jowust possible
J3"All orders promptly attended to.pa
pelO-Om WILLIAM FELT, Proprietor.
BOWERS & BRO.,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALERS IX
IJOO'I'S and SHOES,
iron, " Nails, "
Quicksilver, Tobacco, &:.,
Arc prepared to furnish 'the people alKkluds of
At reasonable rates, at the
Corner of Granite and Gurley ttrccte, Piiiiscott,
.WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL MERCHANTS,
At Iju Pix, Wlckcnliwrg anU t'rekrott,
'Groceries. Provisions. Clothing, etc,
Will to call attention to the large asortmnt of
Now on band at their Store te Preaeott. iwMf
Quartz fountain Saw Mill.
Thcattentlen or the pnUIc U ealled to tbo fact
that we bava rt-oewpd facilities for the manufaotBrc
of nil kinds of lumber for ImlldlDp; rrfirpown, fur
mills and mining. Having beeotne sitMltJ vriih
the eredit nyntetn as now practiced here, tve bare
conrlmleil from tht time to ere' it uo one, and have
H.tl theprlces of lumber at lb mill as follow? ;
Cooil .tlerclia nr.ible Lumber, SCO per JI.
Steonrl Ualll- 30 "
flrar Lumber IO0 "
Terma, cash on delivery, payable In U. S. gold
coin, or Its ciulralctit In currency.
A. O. NOY ES, Agent.
Preaeott, September 17. 1S67.
CAMPBELL & BUFFUM.
West elite of tha Plaza, I'retcott, Ailzonn.
GENERAL DEALERS IX
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Foreign and Domtttic Winti and I.iqnort,
Tobacco ntul Cigars,
And a general aacorlweiit of suek artlcloa a Urn
(lies and miner need. Our goods are all or the
boat quality, and we will sell at reasonable priees.
FOR CASH ONLY.
JOHX 0. CAMPBELL,
W. M. 13UPFUM,
Pref cott, June 1.
North Side of the I'lniit, I're.eott, Arlxonn,
offcr to the public at low
price for cash,
LORSTERS, and other PROYISIOXS.
A general assortment ot
Pine Cut nml Plug Chewing Tobacco,
Smoking Tobacco ami Clgur.
Ako, a variety of other tale tWM of mer
cbaudlse, LB 1 UASHFORD.
Preseott, September 17, ISOi.
QTOLEN, Noyombor Si, 1807, from tho
i Harbnr Shon of Theodora Otto, a largo
Meerschaum Pipe, colored around shank a deep
mahoganylight, around base or bowl; top, tieep
iimirii enior Tho nine was sliver niounteu, with
foreign stamp on edge of mounting at top of
bowl. Any person returning this pipe to my
Shop, In Monturuma Hall. Pretoott, will bo liber
ally rewarded, -md no Toti: OTTO.
Frcecott, Nov. 80, 107. "t
What arc Accomplished Facts.
Wc copy the following eloquent extract
from a speech recently delivered by the Hon.
George II. Pendleton, at St. Paul,; Minnesota:
They tell us we Democrats will cling to
dead issues the integrity of Republican
government, the preservation of liberty, the
lnniutainatice of our Constitution and gov
ernment, tho happiness of mankind! Are
those dead issues I Our love for thorn may
be dead, our fidelity may lc dead, our worthi
neae for them and uur enjoyment may be dead,
but the irsucs will live till they are settled in
their full fruition, and tho principles which
undurlio them are as durable as the Eternal
Throne. They toll iw like the Uourbons, wo
will forget nothiug and learn nothing; we
will not submit to accomplished facts, it is
a mistake. It wen- wicked folly to reiiat the
inevitable. We would bow reverently in its
pru&ence. Rut who blujll open the book of
fate and say of any course of events or of
any condition of thing?, it is fixed forever?
Who shall, with prophetic power, read the
secret of tho Almighty, and repeat in another
connection the words which, only onco ut-
toreu tiiroueiiout all the aire, reverberate
alon: the counc of eitrhtecu centuries: "It
ujlninhctf" The human mind has no power
to uuaern the unmanageable. 'I he decrees of
destiny are hidden from its view, that its
aspirations may not le checked, its efforts
may noi be polnied. When Wm. Pitt came
uacK U) the ministry, he formed with incred
ible energy and exertion, the Constitutional
Alliance. It required the labor of two year.
Napoleon broke up his camp at I'oulogne,
marched hie heroic legions to the Daiiulm.
and in one hundred days captured an army
at Ulm, and shattered the coalition on the
bloody Held of Auateriitz. The great states
man was bowed to the earth his hope was
gone his courage broken his efforts at an
end. Broken hearted, he exclaimed, Roll
up the map of Europe for half a century,"
and died, believing that Xapolean attained
to universal dominion. Austria was des
poiled of her fairest possession. Jena fol
lowed, andPruiwia was humbled to the dost;
Friedland followed, and the monarch of the
North bowed his haughty head before the
imperial eaglet. Napoleon was mighty. Ilia
fiat vacated the throne of Naples, lie pro
nounced the sentence. "The House of ISra
ganza has ceased to reign," and that family
went fugitives from Portugal to Rrazil.
uis vraa nine oi lioiisw: Jpn '
mngoi in: iiurai was ning oi amea.
I he Confederation of the Rhino regarded hii
frontier. 1 be puke lorn of Warsaw and the
Kingdom of W estphalia were the props of
this throne. Here seemejl to be an acoom-
plished act. Rut England refused to "accept
the iituuUon, and in less than three yeais
lutn'n ir in arm, Pntslawasrecnperated
Russia had lecome hostile, and in less than
six years the empire of Xapolean had passed
away the fabric of his power had bceu de
solved Euroj e was re-esUbliabed within its
original litniu, and Le himself languished a
prisoner in ti c Island of St. Helena.
In 1H50 the coin promise measures were
puteed. They consisted o( tho admission of
Cslifomti, aitietMiuient to the Fugitive
Slave Law, the establishment of government
in the territories. They commanded the
support oi the leading htatesmen or both
great, political parties. Thev were declared
to be an hoteit, notiorable, final settlement
of the issues of slavery as ronnected with the
Federal Government. The National Conven- ;
Hons of l5z both approved, them. I be i
iieople thoroughly endorsed them. But
sumncr, ai.a liaic ana uiuaings
refused to "accept the situation,' and on the
repeal of the Mueoun Compromise tuey re
oommence! the agitation, which ended in
war. and has obliterated from the statuto
book not only these law, but the very prin
ciples on which those laws were based. Who
shall dare to say what tacts are accomplished?
Who shall predict t&e "ways that are past
finding out 7' To ''accept the Kituation" it
it U ttnmg, is tho cowardico of a timid spirit,
or the weaknis of a wearied one. Tjrror is
usrfan llsrxul S ir-srtTi -w set liisWAt
courses of evil are never accomiiiishesi.
Truth wages against them tteqietual war. It
never wearies. Iu strength never fails. IU
spirit never flags, and it is immortal. " The
eternal years ot uotl are tier's. ' l.et us L-e
her soldiers nnd emulate her virtue. Let us
accent nothing as accomplished unless our
judgment and consciences approve the result
as nxRi. iJai us sianu uj uur uiiminuwi
which we behave to be rirht. and inaintain
our form of government which we believe to
Its liencticient. 1-et us accept no result as
flnI which accomplishes their orerthrow.
Let its be unwearied in this contest, and I be
lieve we shall save our institutions to bless
our children oven as they have blessed our
How tiii: Tkxituic or OrncK Bill Works.
Another grave defect in the tenure of office
bill is disclosed by its practical operation.
There is no United States District Attorney
in the Nashville District of Tennersee, and as
the vacancy occurred during the recess awl
the Senate adjourned without lilling it, the
President cannot legally appoint one. The
law provides that the duties of an office thus
vncant shall be performed by the erson who
by law irfonns them in a case of vacancy.
But there is no such peron in the cose of a
Distriut Attorney. The consequence is. that
the office is not filled, tho laws are violated,
and no prosecutions can bo instituted, and
General Grant state that Government officers
are vexed by writs in thu State Courts, which
cannot bo taken up to tho United States
Courts without the aid of n District Attor
ney, j no i'reMtienr, cannot inane an appoint
ment without violating the Tenure ol Ofllcc
law; if he does not make one, ho neglects to
sccuro tho enforcement of other laws in the
vacant District. This comes of abandoning
ostabltshod principles and going into special
legislation, to hedge in an obnoxious Presi
dent. Springid'! ll'-puUi'v n .
Dough's Apostropho to Water.
Look at that, ye thirsty ones of enrthl
Behold it ! See its purity ! How it glitters-,
as if a mass of liquid gem! It is a beverage
that was brewed by the hand of tho Almighty
himself! Not in simmering still or imoklng
lire?, choked with jKiisonous gases, and fcur
rounded by the stench of sickening odors and
rank corruption, doth our Father in Heaven
prepare the precious essence of life, the pure
cold water; but in the green glade and grassy
dell, where the red deer wanders, and the
child loves to play; there God brew It; ami
down, down in the deepest valleys, where tho
fountains murmur and the rills s:ng ; and high
upon tho tall mountaiu-toM, where the storm-.
clouds brood and the thunders enwh; iA
away far out on the wide sea, where the hur
ricanes howl music and the big waves roar
the chorus, awceping tho march of God, there
ho brows it, that bovonigo of life, honltJi-gly-ing
vrator! And every whoro it U a thing Of
beauty; glimmering in the dew drop, singing
in the summer rain, shining in the ice gCtn,
till tho trees all seem turned into living Jew
els ; spreading a golden veil over the rotting
eun, or a white gauze around the midnight
moon; sporting in the cataract, sleeping in
the glaciers, dancing in the hail shower; fold
ing its bright curtain softly about the windy
world, and weaving tho many-colored iris
that seraph's rone of the sky, whose warp is
the rain-drops of earth, whose woof is tho
sunbeam of heaven, all checkered over with
the celestial flowers by the myMie band of
refraction still always it is beautiful, that
blessed life-water ! No poison bubbles on the
brink, iu foam brings no widnes or murder;
no blood stains its limpid glas; broken
hearted wive, pale widows, and starving or
phans, shed no tears in its depths ; no drunk
ard's shrieking gbogt from the grave curse it
in words of eternal despair ; beautiful, pure,
blepoed, and gloriou?, give we forerer the
sparkling, pure cold water.
Caitaix Ericsson's "Majc-Moxitok."
Captain Krioron has invented a boat whieJi
he calls the " man-monitor,'1 and which can
be propelled by either steam or man pewor.
He ha- a contract to build several of these
boats for the Swedish Government, and one
of the number has been so far completed that
several successful experiment hare been made
with the machinery. Each boat is one hun
dred and three feet long, twenty feet wide.
j ven feet draft, and one hundred and fortv
tons burthen. The turret is nineteen feet
I w ami twe.:re feet wMe iate1 u.iti, fovcn.
illcS; ,.nDor. ThtJ 1 win rarrT ontJ flftccn.
iuch ,,. 11)e enj?inM ar0 twentyhorto
aa.l, with the boiler and shafting,
.vc-h emtt tons. As C3ch lKKlt
fol)r ,iavBi 8nPnlv of coal, and as Swodon
has to deienu upon other nations lor cos), it
is desirable for her to obtain a formidable
gunboat that can navigate the shallow bay
of the shores of Sweden without using stesm
power. In war, the boats are propelled to
the scene oi engagement by man liowcr. but
during cn action steam will be used, leaving
the men at liberty to work the gune. The
machinery is worked by twenty-four men,
sitting on opposite seats, who work a brake
similar tr thst of a hand engine. It Is esti
mated that a gunboat can make fifty or fixtv
miles a day in this manner. Experiments en
the first of the man-monitors at the Deiamo
ter iron works, hare given ranch Matisfaetfon.
The total cost will bo about $30,000 for each
t.. ... .i r..i .... ....! . i s.
PiTrmo ok "Sir i.." The Davton Jur
: hh tells the following "vara"
A few months ago a gentleman moved to
this city, and iHirchascd nice property, and,
among other thing, to contribute to his con
venience and comfort, procured a fine horse
and a very genteel carriage. "A likely col
ored boy' was employed at a fair Ktlary to
take charg of the establishment, and dis
charge the numerous duties which would
aristi around a well regulated homestead. Pur
I n time things went on smoothly with Choirs,
but lately uo peemod out of ppiriti1, and sol-
dom smiled. His employer obsarvod this
despondent demeanor of Chores, and he do
termined to get at the Irattom of it.
he was in love'. Hut no matter, 'taking
Chores aside one day, when he look oil more
gloomy than usual, he inquired considerately
what "ailed him. "Welt, you see, "Mas'r,"
began Chores, in a ort of tragic stylo, "you's
fot but one hose, while all de gentlemen bout
ea' has two ; an' all do tors da calls mc a
one-boMi nigga ; an' as I can't stan' dat, I
sped s I'll hare for to resign ! I like you fits
rate, iuar'r, an' I'd like to stay if you had
two boasce, but you see how it is de boys,
dey can't quit helierin', 'dcre go dat ouo-hoss
nigger!"1 Not wishing to lose the sunices
ofso valuable an assistant, a second lioio
was pun-bated, and Chores became a two
A I.ADV CORRESPONDENT of the MllWttllkoO
SeiUintl. who, writing under a nvm de plum,
had attracted considerable attoution, received
a note from a gentleman admirer recently, in
which the writer said that a lady who could
put such beautiful thoughts to paper must bo
oqtially gifted in person, etc., and wanted to
meet her by moonlight idone; to which she
wrote a consent. She came to the rendez
vous veiled ; they walked, he talked, made
lovo, and finally mined consent to taKo a
little kiss ; the veil was raised for tho pur
pose, and tlie strickon gentleman gazed upon
the comely features of Ills own wife.
Junius says the " divine right of beauty is
the only right a man can acknowledge, and a
pretty woman tho only
thorized to resist."
tyrant he is not au-
IIknry DcMatiikr travolod on a crutch
all tho way from Vera Cruz to Memphis,
where lie arrived recently, having made
distance of 3190 miles in 145 daya.
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