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T ' 42 8ak FnAJiCisco AoKscr. Mr. Thomas Dover U th only autliorUod agent for the Misnn In wtn Francisco. All orders loft at Ids ofllcc, northeast corner of Washington anil Montgomery street, (up stairs,) -will be promptly attended to. A lir.Aii of a bufltilo recently cneottnU'rcl a Pacific railway train in Kansas, and stopped the locomotive. In Portland, Oregon, cays he JTeraUl, there aro eight churches and two synagogue, capa ble of seating at least -1,000 people. , .-JT ' Cf RCUMSTANTt u Evidence A writrian in Chicago, on visiting her liusbamlVolIlcc and discovering longhair in his hair 'brush, sued for a divorce. Tun colore! people of Prankfurt,Kutilucky, haTe formed a Benevolent Society, and it is itoputnrly known among them as the 'Nevo lBnt 'Cicty. Rich County. Sonoma county (Col.) has over ous hundrod thousand acros of land under cultivation. She calls' for hor bonds, and has the monoy to pay all her debts. Ciibvt tho doctor by being temperate: choat the lawyer by keeping out of debt; and cheat tho demagogue of whatever party, by voting for honest men. Too Good NATimr.n. "Knglisb ladies," says Erasimn, "nrc divinely pretty and too good-nnturod. They have an oxccllcnt cus tom among them that wherever you go the girls kiss you. They kiss you when you come, thcyklis you when yon go, they kiss you at intervening opportunities, and their lips are soft and delicious. England is a One country for elderly gentlemen to travel in." Erasmus was an "elderly gentleman." At.PM AVhey, in DiAnnno-.A. To one pint of fresh milk, add one-fourth of an ounce of powdered alum. Heat the mixture until it boils, and strain it. In common cases of the above complaint, it is employed in do03 of a wine glass full for an adult three times a day. In tho country, it is sometimes diflicult to call in the services of a physician, and in Mich cases similar remedies may very properly be employed. A late New York letter says : " The lost sonsation (stagey) is Mr. Bcccher's novel on tho stage of the New York Theatre, a good selection for its debut, as it was once Dr. Os good's old church. Few persons ever suc ceeded in getting bevonil the first chapter: consequently, curiosity led crowds to see it on 'he stage. The Worrell sistcx3 dance break-downs, singsongs, and acctrt, with the rost of the dramatU txramet, to havo an idea that the audience arc all deaf.- Fort Sumter is1 a marvcllons, small, wooden affair, with a flg1aft upon which bombskells fall, but amiably reluse to explode. The play, how ever, stupid . as it b, will Iks successful, for thoro is a good deal of swearing in it, and to see Plymouth Church in tho New York Tho atrc is, of itself, a sensation.3' Ai.i. the world is on the go at the rate of one hundred miles in twenty-four hours. We have accounts of an Eric pedestrian who has dpnc 52 miles in 12 hours, and engages to do 115 in 24 hours ; of a Wisconsin walker, who did 100 miles in 24 hours, and felt none the worse for it; a man named Carlton has gone from Troy to do 100 miles in 2 1 hours ; a Ca nadian named Gordon, who recently walked 100 miles without sleep or rcstj will start on the 27th for a walk from Suspension Uridge to Montreal; a man named Potts, in New York, has just run at the rate of a mile in three minutes; one Coleman -walked, in New York, four miles in 30 minutes 15 seconds ; M. de Bodisco, the Russian Chargo d Affaires at Washington, recently walked seven miles in an hour and a half, on a wager. It looks as if people's legs were running or walking away with their brains. Fabewell Shot In the last number of the Albuquerque Pre, wo find one of those shots that "settle" tho man or thing at which it is fired. It mustjiave gone crashing through tho " maia" skull of (he editor of the Arizo ninn like lightning through a pot of mush. Hero it is, and if it has not knocked him clean into "pi," we expect to hear of his striking ont for New Mexico, with a " friend," n " loud-mouthed cannon," and several gallons , of mescal, to keep bis courage up. " Prepare you for the contest. Upson, For near the battle draws:" "The SouTireaN Arizoman. This dirty little sheet, which we acknowledge we receive regularly, but of which wo can make no oarthly use, has become astonishingly proud and self sufficient over a refutation of charges made by its imbecile editor, in regard to tho rela tions between tho sister Territories of New Mexico and Arizona. The editor says that he learned through the columns of the Ari zona Miner that wc had been constantly abusing him for months. The editor never learned anv Midi thin fmin thr M!r,,v 'ru falsehood was concocted for the purpose of tuning noioncty oy advancing and propagat ing tho idea that a respectablo journal had bestowed upon it a few kicks and cuffs. The only nrticlo in which wo mentioned the "what-do-you-call-it?" was mild and gentle manly in its tone and language. Except in that article, (republished in tho Miner,) wo havo never noticed the Aruonian. Tho whif fet who pretends to edit (7) the little abor tion says wo havo lcon assailing him for some timo past What's the use of loading a 21 pounder to kill a louso ? Ho deprecates the mechanical appearance of tho Prest, and says he can't read it. Perhaps he cannot read at nil. His paper is excellent evidence that lie can't spell; nnd his little, dirty, waspish, vin dictive disposition evidences that he is a very low-bred whelp, and has no idea of tho ameni ties of lifo as practiced by gentlemen. If the citizens of Tucson, however, aro satisfied with this illiterate upstart, wo have no right to complain. Adios, De iMngaruto." JiL. - 1 Further Reduction in Trices! HENDERSON & CO. CHALLENGE COMPETITION. JUST OPENED, ty NEW AND SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF Gents' Ready 31 ail c Clothing am! Furnishing Goods Hoots, Shoo?, Cutlery, Fancy Good.', Yankco Notions, Playing Cards, Stationery, Confectionery, Nut, Figs, COLT'S, HENRY'S, SPENCER and WIRE CARTRIDGES, Pistols, Pistol Balls and Pistol Flasks. HPKCIAI. kotick To t'lievti- mid Smoker ISxtra Fine Havana Cigars, Fine Cut and Natural Leaf Chewing Tobacco, ALSO, A few more packages, loft, ot the unrivalled ROSE SMOKING TOUACCO. The finest assortment of lVJeor.sclia.ixm IPipcs, this side of the Bay. Wc -would also roll the attention of the Ladles to our elegant stock of Dlfy-GOODS, Comprising an assortment of Winter Dress Goods, Laces, Edgings, Inserting, etc-, Sheetings; Shirtings, etc., etc.,' Fine Bleached and un-Blcacbcd ' . Domestics ... 37$ cts. j;3 yard, irh Oalieo 1UI " French Calico,. . 37 i American "A nimble Sixpence better than a slow Shilling," Is our motto, of which you will bo convinced by calling ai oar store, Corner of Granite and Qurley Streets, Prescott, Arizona. JSPCash paid for Government voucbcrs.j D. HENDERSON A CO. Prcscott, Dec. 27, 18C7. BLANK BOOKS. STATIONERY AND LETTER PAPER SMOKI.VG mill CHKWIXG TOI1ACCO, At Rational Prices, at tho Prcscott Tost OHicc, PAPERS and PERIODICALS. A great variety rcccivca jvccKiy anu soiu iminr. Among tucm arc all the leading San Francisco And Sacramento pnixrrs, Harper's Monthly and Illnstratcd Weekly, Chimney Corner, Leslie's Pictorials, (lodey's La dy's Hook, Harper's Bazar, Wilkes" Spirit of tho limos, national I'ollce Cattle, Banner of Light anu a variety or tier man l'apers. Jaiil8, llrcscolt Livery Stable. Granite street, adjoining (he (luartz Itock Kulfion, Jrerott, Arizona. X&kl having leased this old- issOS Ai I m ncllilljl....! t l U. ..I. I. ' desire to Inform their friends and Jtho public gen crally, that they have as good SADDLE AND BUGGY HORSES as can be found at any Lih1ihmont In the Tcrrl tory, which they are ready to let at low prices. Always on hand, a large supply of GKAIX AXI HAY. .iii;ij kJilfcUlU, Horses taken care of by the day, woek or ..tun,.,, .ii iwBuiiuuic icrnis. tr7"A Job Wagon may be found at the stable, ready for employment. OEO. HAXOIIART. , I. II. SKILLLV. Prcscott, November 23, 16C7. GRANITE STREET BUTCHER SHOP. GUILFORD HATHAWAY, Proprietor. THE BEST OF REEF, PORK,o etc., always on hand, and ik jiru-cs 10 gun tnc times. VEGETABLES Of all kind, constantly on hand, for sale choap. Prcsott, Jan. 3, 1SC8. gjcflnl gdvctttecmcntj Dolinuuciil, Tx Xfcoll ox in: A I. I3STATK, ror tho County of YnvnpaJ, Torritory of Arizonn, for Tenitorinl nnd county Taxes, for tho Year 10G7. ATOTIOK IS IIKUEHY GIVEN, THAT, 1 on Mnndav. March 2(1. 1808, nt ten o'clock, a. ,t., as'rcriuired by law, 1 will ex- jiose ior saic, at puuui nutimn, m num. v. the Court-House, in Prcscott, Vavnpai coun ty, Arizona, and continue to sell, from day to dav. until thn whole or Slllllcicnt of each parcel has been sold to pay uic amuum oi ----- ---- . . .1 . f Territorial and Countv laxcs, interest anu cbarges, set forth in th'e annexed list as due, (unless tho same sunn oc proiuus y the following described projcrty : Martin, J. II. 100 acres oi land on Granite creek. $37,11 Mohave & Prescott Toll road Co., that ivortion or tho Prescott Toll road lving in Yavapai count v. " McMullon, Murphy & Co., lot 23, block 13. 26,76 4,21 0,83 21,25 G,37 0,20 Ruff Thomas, ICO acres of land on Jlio Verde. Whitcomb & Co., 100 acrct of land Walnut creek. Dickson John, houso west sido of Granite street. Elliott A. II., iWy rifrht to 100 acros of land Granite creek. Forbes John L. lot IS, block 8. ' Cullumbor Samuel. 1G0 acres laud Kirkland Valley. 0,20 10,08 3,69 Poirco S. '.., ditch on Lynx crck. Rosenlmck L., lot 19, block 10. Simmons T. II., Ranch and im provements. E. W. Coffin, agent, 31111 on Tur key creek. 11,10 702,76 Loultor iV Tyson, agents, Jim on Lynx crock. 355,12 Smttn oc ncnson, acres ot lanu Williamson Valley. Norwood John, 100 acres land on Rio Verde. Turner W. F. improvements on ranch. Huckman J. J., possessory rijjlit to ICO acres of land adjoining Miller's ranch. lloblet & Sncdikor, Iioiims and lot corner Gurloy and Granite street. Cummings it Mun, 100 acres land Mint Valley. Cummins & Phy, lllacksmithshop ' Granito street. Ellsworth, George, 100 acroa of land in Walnut Grove. Ehlc Jno. ICO acres land in Skull Valley. Fredericks & Marsh, 100 acres of land on Rio Vcrdo. . Baldwin J. II. lot 23 block 7 with house; TJarc; John T. town lots, horses and wagon. Robert Y. Piatt, 3,50 12 8 0,3 10,59 12,00 13,-U 13,90 28,82 11,90 38,82 08,25 11,71 District Attorney, Delinquent .Personal Property Tax, of Yavapai County, for 1867. i'T' Pjikscott, January 11, 1808. It appearing to me by the delinquent tax roll for the year 18C7, filed in my office, that the persons named in the annexed list are indebted to the County of lavapai in the amounts set opposite their names, for Terri torial and Countv taxc. interest aiid charges, on personal property, for thcj'car 18C7, there fore, notico is hereby given that, if said sums aro not paid on or bclore the iirst Monday in March, Jew, J will (as required by law) in stitute suits for tho recovery of" the same witit cost. Davis, Irwin :.. 1 S2.330.S7 Elliott, Wm ; 9,28 Harding. Fred 12,00 Rogers, Lewis 31,01 Sanders, Peter 12,G Wolf A Folks. , 74,37 Crow, C. 1 33,75 Peralts g.17 Silvers, E. 4,8G Dudley, J. O 14.81 SiJamcs&Co 170.50 Ralston & llrown, 4 a', "5 Dickson". John, f 12,00 llrownu ,fc Silvcrthorn, 170() W. W. Jones, ei,12 Ron cut F. Piatt, District Attorney. Proposals for Fencing Gonrt-Honse. CtEALED PROPOSALS ll'n.i, iw. c O coiveil at tho Ollicc of the County Re corder of Yavapai Connty, until Mondav, Febru ary 10th, ISliS, at 11 o'clock a. m., for the erection ot one hundred and llftv fuel of slab fence round tho CourHIousc. Sald fence to be built of double thickness of slabs, spotted, barked and sot close. The posts to be cltfit feet apart, ten feet blgh, and two feet In the ground; to be oi hewed or sawt-d lumber, and eight Inches square; the rails to be fonr by six Inches ; each slab to be spiked on with four forty-penny ml la ; a complete gate, with lock, etc., to bo built In said fqnee, of the same material, at such place as may be agreed upon. Also, a small out-house, four by sir, with vault live feet deep, to be bnlll In tho jall-yard. Payment will bo made In the Jail bonds Ol the connty. Ry order of tho Board of Supervisors. JOHN' P. UOURKE, Clerk Hoard of Supervisors. Prescott, January 9, 18CS, Notice to Settle. ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO William II. Hardy, at Proscott, aro requested to call on the 'undersigned and mako Immediate ayment, to save costs and other in conveniences. . , J. P. HARGRAVE. Prescott, A. T., January 9, 1S09. R. MEACIIAMj AUCTIONEER, Prescott, Arizona. Vi 111 attend, personally, to the sale of property of every description, particularly to sales under orders of Court, Administrators, and Military authorities. J GEO. F. HOOPER & GO. Sail Frnnctaco nnd Fort Yuma, California. Arizona City, Mnricopn Wells, Snc.v ton, Swoet Water, nnd Cnmp MoDowcU, Arizona, yyjIOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Forwarding and Commission Mercbants. We wish to call the attention of the public generally, and Merchants, particularly, to our facilities for Wholesaielng ami Jobbing at Low llatce. Wti hecp constantly on hand, at AltlZONA CITY, The fjfirgetf and Mort Oetieml Sleek of Good in the Territory, or in any one house t-onth of Situ Francisco, Comprlnlnz KvrrjIUIii the Co 11 11 try He, ltilrca. All of our goods are either Imported direct or bought of direct Imiiorters. We buy nothing from stcor.tl hand; thereby mvi'ii the San Francisco Jobber's protlt, which is am. wk ask to make "Live and Let Live," Is our motto. Our terms nr CASH, EXCLUSIVELY, and, rou cash, we are ahv.iys in readiness to supply dealers, ranch uros and others, with goods, In jobbing lots, nt TJuprecodentedly Low Prices. GKOHGE F. HOOPER it CO. Arlsona City, No ember 20, 1S07. ARIZONA MINER Hook and Job Printing OHicc. THE- Largest anil Most Complete EstaMMineiit Or THK KIND I3ST THE TERRITOR-y. Tun Mixnn office Is wqll siipjilled with Prcwos, Plain, Fancy and Ornamontal Type, and thu pro prietors arc determined to execute all work with which they may be favored In the neatest and best style of the art. Work may be ordered from any part of tho Terrllory,.aml, when acootnpnuled with the, cah, It will be promptly executed and sent by mall, or as directed. Persons sending us money for snlKcriptlon, advortlsiugor job work, may forward it by mull, or otherwise, at their own risk. CHARGES MODERATE. Address, " PUBLISHERS ARIZONA MINER, I'jtESCOTT, A. T." Forma, and Use of Blanks. Jutl I'ulliiietl. 2 volt. 6ro iherp. Price $15. ryQ THE PROFflSSIOX, COUNTY, OF JL (iccrs, and others, this work will prove to bo the most useful and reliable Hand Hook for constant reference, which has ever been published on the Pacific coast. Every word has been examined and rc-cxamln-ed and compared with the statutes by first-class lawyers, until the book Is as perfect as It Is posfl bin to make It. A scries ot Wanks lave been published In connection with tho book, which those purchasing the book can use or not, as they wish. Much time, labor, and money have been expended to make-the hook and tho blanks such as would enable those who used them to rely upon them, and thereby grow In fvor aud establish a reputation. H. II. BANCROFT & CO., Publishers, San Frauclsco, Cal. J. GOLDWATER, "YyilOLESALi: AND RETAIL DEALER IN Groceries and Provisions, Clothing, DryOoods, Boots and Shoes, Hats, etc., VI?" At the old stand formerly occupied by n. Cohn, La Paz, Arizona. PACIFIC BREWERY. .Montezuma Street, I're.coll, Arizona. (South of tho Store of James Urant.) A S YE BREW OUH OWN XXIJeor, and take great pains toft make it O. K., lovers of that healthyt ...... ...lUKtueiiiiig uevcrage win do 'HSt' medlc'S 00 "POn US 0"d takl"s BOm6 of 0,lr SWicucnbtivg. NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS! A. BARNETT, -HAKES THIS METHOD OF INPOmf I nt? tho twrm n nf f'n(..1 . '"rUHM he now has, at his ' rlzoni. that NEW ADOBE STOItU, 11 the Town of WICKENBUHG, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA The Inrgmt ami lictt ulnck of Groceries, Provisions, Clothing, Dry-Gootls, Roots and Sliocs, Tolmcco, etc., Ever brought to the Territory. ALSO, Every arttulo required by fimillcs, Uam" 1 liners, rnnclimen, and others. All of i 1 111 sell ehunpr than any other stori- In C -rl.oim. ' A. BAIINETT Wickcnburg, Nov. 20, 1SC7. ' BOOK AG EKTS AVA-VTEI) To Solicit Orders for a New Illmfrnfccl JJiblc Dictionary. (Comploto In Ono Volume.) THIS DICTIONARY EMRODIES THE result of the most f.cent study, rcraHi nnd investigation of about sixty-five of the km eminent and advanced Hibllvat jjtbolars noTr. Inp. Clergymen ot all dcnoinln.itli nr 1 r snd rewnnl It as the best work of Its fcin j ia ,t EnslHli laiijnwge, and One which outfit to be & the lwnds of every Ulble reader In llir 1 ml In circulating this work, npvnts ttin f-i plcatnnt and profitable cmplortm-iit. The r rnurous objections which are usually cneonrt.-r In selling ordinary orks will not i-xl.t w 1! u Kut on the contrary, encur9Kfii!-rt -n-' rr ly aid will attend tht agtnt, making bis L gcrcrtdjle, uHsfut and lucrative. Ijidles, retired ck-reymcn, school trachrrf ts mrrs, student, and nil others wbo posi.-.i if. ro wanted to ntfpt in ennvnssfntr J?very town a county on the Paclllc coast, to wbomilir r- j llliernl Inducements will bt ollered. For fart. 3. ! lars apply to or address "Subscription Pcpartrnnnl." 11. 11. IIANCROFT t CO, San Franriro, tj!, General Agents for the l'arit! Com SAN FRAHCISCO JEEKLY EXAMINER. Kt.AItC;i:i) AXO IJIPItOVKD. AW Equal to Any Journal PulA'ttlitd ca ''1 Parific Coatt. It stemmed the torrent of bigotry, intorti and pcrsecntion, fearlessly bearing npth'f'i DrMorKATif Knsion through the d"k ' our country's tnuR-ry, until vlrtory was a,'.; . aud tho princides it bottled for were tH,jtri -To do this Incurred a very h-avy riptnc which', however, was cheerfully borne under tti riiiiflilont belief that the opportune time 1 Minlo when the party would reimburse tu't t Irlbiitlmr generally its patronsge. Tbat'ir 1 now arrived, and we ask Democrats todoC t part in sustaining this DEMOCRATIC ORGAN. There is no better way of making aemum '' our party than by the dissemination of mm ' formation, and certainly the proper mod' eff that is by mcHiis of newspapers; anJ.thtr every Democrat who Is attached to the prist , 3 of his party, and entertains a sincere and orws desire to see thoc principles triumph, rlioiHf ! It .". rfsiy la contribute In some dcgrMi to the isf port of tho Party Papers. Tho Weekly Examiner Tl'tVZ contain Fifty-Six Columns of ot tga& and well felectal viatter, Not Political exclusively, for we Ucslen Itnrf only an clliclcnt party organ, but slsoi A G OOD FAMILY PAPER It will contain carefully prepared Market d General Commercial Reports, cWlng tf prices current of all loading articles of r-'" produce and family supplies. The Wkeklt Kxajii.ncu Is furnlslicil 9 1 scrlbcrs at tho low price or Five Dollars jw e num, and to clubs of live or more, (whea vx-A to one address) Four Dollars each. Iniil1 iiaymcnt In advance Is required. . WM.8.MO53AC0. 533 Washington street, San Frani.f .- H. H. BANCROFT & CO., General Agent on the Pacic Coatt, -T&Vt BEST SUBSCRIPTION WORKS Published in tho East, and. also, for fh, Important Works published lu aud KrwiV" the Pacific States. First class agents wanted for good wU and good territory. II. II. BANCROFT A novSO Aztlan Lodge No. 177, F. & A. M. Itofrular rnectlii-n of this Lodge on the last Saturday JfA 01 eacti mom 11, ai o o ciock r, m. Sojourulnir Brethren aro fraternally invited to at- tend. ' .. EDWIN DABMS0. James E. McCArrnEr, Secretary.