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,Ti UI W. FEBRUARY 2. 108.
LOCAL 2STE-WS. r , ( k .- t-rul persons talk of farming. ., f i ill.- Dato Creek bottom, below .; .i-"ii. t. IUtz has purchacd a raneh from N. n tue Lower Agu.i Frio, and Intends . ;i,,nn mid planting a oron nH itjtnri tin i Dt"if . ii nil I hill U .'411 t!Vffflllnt triiKiimi.f - - ...... HIUUIIl.1) will make a good farmer. , - having dlpoed of Ids nweli on tin". Marled for his homo In Albany, iv-niiy. ninco u Heath of is t f'-lt lonely here, ami concluded n .; (-1 hi parents. We wish him a -m v to America. r H'lling In J'rwflott, at present, for ,...-n. in greenbacks, and Ihe chancoa ! . be do wn to u dollar a dozen T r talks of cultivating a pleco nr , !,. P"intof Rocka.on GraiilleCreok, . .u.'i summer. V. u)m hag mid lib ranch, on the i i ri'i. to a Mr. Tnwnsond, who has , nuily from tlila town to lib much. Mr Townseud In (ho flrl whl(H i L.n settled upon the Lower Agtift tii.it James S. Olio and George W. hi f.oinpany, plant uouio throo or I .i' r of corn on Oniiiitc CtpoIv, nt n point Mtni tun or twelve itillca tut at Koeku. i,,, f-. who bfw ri'iently vbritoil Skull i'l'jon the 1'roMott nd Ln l'nt a i the rrmlt of lib olwcrvatlon, ut much Und will 1 plantod and r m lbm w Ut year, lie r li.ne plunghed Und this vear. J n body would think of rnMm; a II i- tronsly of the opinion inat -1 nr table lands can he made U) . ' 'ni, etc.. In large rpiHntlti. 1 . -A jmrty of cavalrymen, tin- i -n. k. cfarted from Camp Whipple. ...(!. on a scout sfto Indkini!. w m,..ih : dya rstSon?.- i - " h drawn by aix yoke of ont- : lUiwern Ur.f nrrlred In kwn. , i.i Trio Ranch, on Sunday laL )..adf! with hay fur Govern v i d. ;ii red ut Camp Whipple. i l.-k to ilm ranch on Monday, '. ) ) ma wion. Allen Cnllnwber, Mr. Lane, i m 8p from Uili wittleinent . por' everything prwperwis at !:f farmer wvre ntmi!hlin. Thi uiw Mr. UtlliimhoA . i inoB lib reni to Galffor n!" Having retthled In Art '-.r-. ifurmerlr in the vleinilr i nr. I iutr! , iid now near I'riwntLl J. i.'j.-r x 'i.iuiu In rnln(i.,n tn ihw .nna 1 I ' im we'fcht, and w believe Ik . j VarapiiS vMumy in deatineil ' p ip lion. riL'het,aml lett rbin " wtHMi nan KranolKo and the itio In ull h'u travel, and lie font been : x.'l il'a1.he mvm he Iihk soon mi mnn. Ii) Ihii in iiolnt of climate. r,ll. ami t'li Mr. Ilenry will put in a crop .,ove Him Apring. Mr. Luoe prnpofea at nit to hU old haunts in California, ' .-je m Mitouri. next tmmuior. . lUxf ir. -We liave received n note from o.i t!iis ranch, which U altnnted at or ; j in where Lynx Creek cnt lit way - fgi-uillM into the valley of the Ajjua ' c.hl inileH thin aide of ItowoiH V .. Ney'x'. Agua Krio itatieh. Onr '- .1 li.in. lAtiy. Mitler, and Krante, 1 n at ltd place, have built tbcni t t.n,k-n up the soil, and are pre i bijf crop of grain UiU year, "i i-Tid of aero of good land in u'i-i a it it cIom to l'roott and expect Ui e a largt Rettlewetit 1 .n- Thi Indian' have commncol ope i n in a vigorous wanner. Saturday ' t.iey jumped and drove off a ninall I I belonging to .Mr. Simmons, at h.a d. stance from town. They wore -H'-l by the Simmoni bnyg, Mr. . thit Hm-?j verc forced to kill '!.. animali. and pack off what '..' in order to pt even on the " w -re all recapturtd alive. -x-' '3d ktileil by tho Indian?. Lieut. .!'"it ligbtt-en cavalrymen were ' i r 1 1 It,t'in frnin I Viruti T.In filn a f 1 T ' i i a w k. hrird of tho affair. It U eatd that ' ir Granite Mountain the Lleuton I i - w am within sight of the Indiunx. 1. ' .unant ordered the men tu dU ' r a i,i (kirrnWilng array, and cbargoon ' ' " 1 i,U wan the report in town dur ng -.1 w xi generally be"'cved by the Ti. rnday. we look Home paini to find ' - j u relation to the matter, when we ...mred that the glory bad no founda The Lieutenant did not mjo any of hi men raid he raw two In ' ro( -k. but it nppoarn that the bal i L .nuiaud could not jec them. Tho ' ' of. and the pack-train which r nn etc.. fur the party, could nl b '4 t.ie rommand j tlie Lieutenant lis i i ir,"u. towuituutil.it came up, and, ' 'ir tale Blurt! from that fact. We "1 I.. uteniint Currlck niioken of very a i..,n and an oflicer, and were loth to ayth ng deragatorv to hU clmructer. r ' be well tiot(il In Indiah warfare. 8 ' ve that, if ho k not. he onn will be - i -ii" hU mark, alioutd an opportunity '"r We are Informed that all the com J if t?, Llghth Cavalry are orderod to thU , um that one company of the Flint -" ' apt ( arr'g.) now at Camp MeDowuil. 1 tl Trrltory. It 1 thought that ' ' hi any of cavalry will be imt to " j. pp!e From thU time until Into In the t in1? will, should they keep up their ' n be very buy depredating on the mi'i ng ramp, and trail, and It U pol- -) mvit a largo lorco oi eavairy 11,' In orfler li ruriFw unnn lli.k m. I ll f. ieriU' ul.,i il itit seUli ments to murder and rob. It ' by all that our Indian are too will ,'-' 'aughi by Infantry Midlers, their Jfi -e lo gui Indians buing to surprUe ,r"h.rd nmtler to do. Cavalry, on tli rintrii-v. r. ,i them. ,w,t' n'1 ly. 1'ft m-SvIT '!U h,.nor. Govern- ,M Tt Territory, will be i-iL i " ',lMe Bt thov mar I ut,.,i Heretofore vouched i.i,.l .J i " ' r.ar,r l" lnrn wl III be a erMt ' ' ,, "V! r.'" .''ion. .ami nhliM it .1. i . r Vovfnie"t or ftar- aSh? I nT j . tfVtn"ney. " l"""L rocHve hi, "H , ir not, he will receive a voueW wbloli mg to wnd it to 8an Franclwo for that pnrpoie, .SKaoKAkT WonwAir, with wlwtn we had a am vernation tho other day, informed us that-ten onwlryiiwii are detailed dally at Camp Whipple, with order, lo be toady, at ,omenf, WBrn nUZl "U',ti,plr ,l,,'UtM ttnd I-iraue InS ahoul they be Hnywhw, ,hW vlciolly prowbnit about the rancid. The bnriw "& kep aaddle,l ,:,,kl provlilona are alwar ib reading and the Sergeant aay, evervU.fc o n.te.1 that no time ne,,l be wasted In inaking a Mart after the red devil, when an alarm fi ?lven. ThU h na it should l ,.?X,. l!'riS.pIr!tr7fttWh,ppl r Imbulwt'' Ocr 6cnooi-,Schoolmater McCaffrT still con tinues to 1. ach the young idea bow to skoot," in the whool-We on Montoznnw ttreot. Wo belike the attendance, w far daring the winter, Iim leen vtTy goo.1. and a w-l deal of knowl edge las been rmpart4.d to the voungatitn.. which, no doabt, must of them have suirednp In tlielr head. 1 IUCB.-The Klyeian Club, of thh place, gave one of their K-ml-monUily dancm, in Uio boll or tho pew Conrt Hon, on Kridav evening laL Hie large ball was crowded with' ladies and gen tlemen, who, we are told, danced and cbnttod to their entire aatkCiction. and had a plcawuit time of it geiwrally. We undemaod Ut the meat, bers of the aociety have concluded to defer dancing again until their new hall is finwhed. Awitrr. .John C. Campbell, merchant, of thl town, and who la aim Chairman of the ftoard of Snperviaora of tbia connty. was, on Priday even ing lat. arreated by Deputy Sheriff IJehan" nuder the fidlowing circumstances: Por aomn lime past, tbfl famb CTab wtahed lo rent ib Court ..ons? fount fmm in county for dancing pur nwea. bnt the Hoard of Supervisor, r.tfnwil to rent it. on the ground, wo believe, that it would be benealh the d amity of the eoanty, and also thai Kuch n proJing would not be likely to increase the revenue much, at the same time that it wuuid expose the room ami building to nwti lat'on and hard umage generally, ftuch was their be ef. and nctlm- unita iliU llin, .au.i to let the Club bare it. In the abneiice of the i-heriff, the Deputy Sberifl, Ihlnkiug he liad the control of Ihe Conrt II,.n i ,..11 MM f l... - - - - ' ' . " ma lire .J.u I. made up bin mind to allow the Club tbvHe of it for the night in question. A the time for fipetting tlie ball approaclieil, Supervivor Camp bell wa on band, and objected to the opening of the ball by the Deputy Smriff, bnl that oeer paid no attention to the wWbe of mtr lio "Snp.." and to shut off his wind ami fals opfMv4 thm.iirnvitod bim there and Hum. The door waa unlocked, the dancera rtwhod In. and did ihwrt ;.. Cv,,H nttHM, fn plie of the wfabea of the Hoard. As no person or thing, to far a'wc know, was banned by their doing mj. and a a slraibir occurrence is not likely to take place in the ball oon again, we forbear eoninienUiig npon the affair, and hope nobody feels hurt about tlie matter. We linr n flMi.Tntu mt .r .w... .ai cortt, and do not wfath to lee a inm'le in ik r.ui. Hy. In fast, we wish to see tbeiu oil liang to gether. " Dajobi. Hatz is an Inventive genius. One day day taut week, be exhibited to us place or Iim handiwork, in the shape of carving upon a p!,.Ce of wood, which be wa about to prfwvnt to Mine of the fair ex to ornament rolls of butter. Al though the ork was done wilk a pen-knife, the &guree were well executed, and the whole thing wan tasteful and elegant. Dan. ia an old litao grapbio printer, and has creative taUmta of no mean order. StRPRMK Paxtt. On Monday night last, a party of young itdiea nod gentlumen ealW at the reidenee of Jndge Brooks in Goodwin City. to pay tbeir rwpeeta to that gentleman ami hia exn-llent wife. After the uml grvetioga and explanation. were exchanged, and the party ,t.1 tl. I 1 . .1 I .r- ' m - v - - ., ....n. Ul-.tfn, lll,llf unil B)IIUtl UUIUlC her vlnltora an excellent collation, of which thev ...'III , . A , . rf HiiuiiKiv taruoK ; auer wmcu ine ereaing wait yient In tinging and other pleasant tecreation. T.'.o party broKe up about twelve o'clock, the "b .m. , . pi i9i,jj, m-n ,n, quickly and agreeablv under the direction of 1. . 1.,. " t I I iiiu iviiet jni-HMj, ivuu jiti iui inti mtr pan will) Ihe twe and grH wtticn only a well bred tdy can difplay : and we have been aaiiinad by one of the pariieimtora in Ihe affair that It 'iu the most attractive party be has bad tho- fortune to attend for a long time. I)ttt Sukkifk Uoixs stariod Willi tk mall rider and escort, Tbnrsday morning, for the Wil lows, to sorru a Himmoui upon an Individual residiug there, who ha recently bod a large share of Ihe attention of our merchant, lawyers, and Sheriffs, del uted lo linn STEAM SASH-DOOR, BUND, AND FURNITURE MANUFACTORY, fi Moiite;uu:a Gtxoot, Prcacott OHDEItS roit ALL IvINDS or TL'ItNKD Material, for Clinin, Tabled. Uedstoads, etc, proiuilly uiUsti and sent to all parto of the Territory. Cltalra, Tables and Itedateads mad to order. All hinds of Cabiuvl Work ueatly exeeuled. Our I'llcc are Ilrimiiiulilr. S. K. 11 LA HI. It. K. KI.LIOTT. Preecolt, February 21, W. GRANITE STREET BUTCHER SHOP. rpiIB I1BST OF HKBF, AND I'OKK, .1. uitvaya on linnu, nnU r IUI rwlVj ,11. IIUI rflUJF on Granite Street, Prescott, at the following Price in, OreenttacUs. I'urtr-Huu uixl iSUMo tltuak .'15 ft-nt ir IS. OhutkSUBk. .ao tViitlug Heal, . silt " " " ouii.rfutn HATiiAWAV, J, . 0, .MITUIIfiLI., TrntM. Vthratry 0, UlZ. vcjsicott rtvcvticmcnt.si. ' IJ AV GOODS! VORMSER & CO, SontlMimt rorticr of the Plain, J'm.coII, Ai'liolla, rt ALL THE ATTENTION OF THE PUB Vlic to tlielr now mnl itrgc Ahsoi tincjit of Goods. Consisting of 0 O T T-I I N Gr , . DHY-GOODS, KOOTS, SHOES,' LIQUORS, And a gensral aortment of the cltoicett U O C K It IKS. Which will be sold at the lowest raloe, for ctwh. 4 WOKMSEIl .fc CO. Prescott, September 17, 1S7. WIANUEL RAVENA IIus oprnrit Itl. XHW IlllltIC STUIlli, on ;.0(U, In Ntrrrl, l'rt.coll, (Utely the OHlce of the Arizona Miner.) "TSVITES ATTEN'TIOX TO HIS I.AHOE J. nnil choice assort ixmnt of GR0CBR1BB, CLOTHING, T0J1ACC0, LIQ LrOHS, and MiceIi;Mieo Goods, All or which be offers at fair rate for Cash. Prcacott, August 10, 1807. BLANK BOOKS. STATIONERY AND LETTER PAPER. HMOICI.VU unit C1IKW1XU TOn.VCCO, At Iktlonal Pricoo, at the Prescott Post Ollico. PAPERS and FKIUODICALS.-A grt raritty reeved week y and sold Cnaur. Amwr tbem are alt the leading fcan Fnneteo and SaeramesMo I"!. Iirper Montblrand lllmHrate.1 Weekly, th Hook, Harpts-'s Hag., Viraea' tsrtrtt of lltt Unim Vm.ImuI II..II f . . . . ... . . . ..iiii i vtrcr uiinw, iiaiiner or i.ijait, and a variety or German Papers. janlH. Feed and Sale Stable. Goodwin ffej- Opposite Street, Tlaza PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. The undersigned liave eontatIy on limid HAY AND GRAJXZ, Or the beat quality, and at the Lowest Hats. carcioiiT smi sKilllMly treatotl. . . . . v( ..wuiiuvu Muuiwaw Cy Waaoita, tmms, saddle and paek aalmabl, always on band, tor sale or litre. no ur litre. JAMES D. MONI TAMES W. riNE. JAMES D. MONIHAN Prtt, Aag. 10, 1SS7. Pacific Brewery, Montesuma Street, Prcscctt, Arizona. Haiiile a SciiKKiinu, Proptletors. AS WE UREW OUR 0VN5Tim Eeer, ami take frreat pains uM-1-4 MA make it 0. K., lovers of that healthy WtaarI and strerictbenltiir beverage will do dstaHML well by galling upon us and taking some of onr medicine. CJood IOEU BEErt, Liquors and Cigars, al ways on nana. JOHN ItAJBLE. PHILLIP 8IIREKEK. Presrotl, Oelober 5, 1607. Quartz Mountain Saw Mill.- r-piIE ATTENTION OF THE PUIILIC IS X. called to the fact that we Lave renewed facilities for the mauuCu'ture of All Kinds of Lumber, for Building purposes, and for Mills and Mining. X7P Come wllb your money, and wc will ar range the price according to the quality. Terms, easb on delivery, payablo in 17. B. gold colli, or Its equivalent In currency. A.o. N0YE8. Agent Preseott. September 17, 1607. TO TEAMSTERS. FOR SALE A TEN .MULE TEAM, with or without Wagon. The Mules are In good'ordor, and the Wagen In good repair. I will exchange MuhM and Wagon for gook ork Cattle. For further Information apply to W. THOMPSON, (Jreat Ontal Mine, Williams Fork, Arizona. It. ME ACH AM, A IT C T I 0 N 15 h R , I'rr.rott, trlxotin. Will attend, irarsoually, to tho sale of p.-operty of every ditKerlptloti, trtieularly to mIuh under orders of Court. Admliitttraton, and Military utherlthM, , ' Further Hcduction in Trices! HENDERSON & CO. CHALLENGE COMPETITION. JUST OPENED, NEW AND SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF Ueiils' Heady Matle Clothing and rtiritisliliig Goodx, Hoots, Shoos, Cutlery, Fancy Goods, Yank;oo Notions, Playing Osrds, Stationary, Confuctionery, Nuto, Figs, COLTS, HENRY'S, SPENCER and WIRE CARTRIDGES, Pwtol, Ptitol Halls and Pistol Flasks. To C'licirti. find Sin n Iter, i "CSU Kxtra Tine Havana Cigars, Fine Cut and Natural Leaf Chewing Tobacco, A I JO, A few more packages, left, ol the unrivalled ROSE SMOKING TOUACCO. Tbe Coast assortment of Me c rs chaum II? i p H 9 I lit side of the Bay. We would also eall the attention or Ike Ladle to oar etogast Mock or DRT-GOODS, ComprlelBg an astot tmetu or Winter Dres Goods, Lacee, EUgiisp, Irting, ota, SlMjetlngs, Shirtings, eta, nte., Fine IlleactteJ and nn-ineacUml ' Domsarics, $;j ek." wsid. FroMb CW6, JI7i - P America u jc - - M A nimble glxneMee better.tbsb a alow SMlIln- " b our motto, of wnk-b voa m fll be eoarinoid hv calling at our Store, - Corner of Granite and Gurley Strcpta, Preaoott, Arizona. 59Sr"Ca3w paid forGovornment vonchors.jgj D. HENDERSON it CO. Preeeott, Dee, 27, 16H7. E. J. COOK, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN GR0CERIE5, PROVISIONS, CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, ROOTS and SHOES, Crockery, Clock?, Iron, Nail., Quicksilver, Tobaero, Ac., Is projured to furnish tho people all Muds or Merchandise, for Cash, At reasonable rates, at the AJJOI1J STOIti:, Oonier of Granite and Gurley street, Phbscott, Arizona. nov2.tr Prescott Livery Stable. Hranllr street, adjoining thr llnartx Ilock Sstuoii, rit.rult, Arliona. A... THE UNDERSIGNED, JfWl having lea-d tub, old- Cyffii? vt 21- established Llverr Htel.Ift. " ' del re to Inronn their frlemU and (the public gen erally, that they iiavc tut good SADDLE AND IWGGV HOUSES as can Iks found at any establishment In tbe Terri tory, which they arc ready to let at low price. Always on hand, a large supply of ;it.VI. AM) HAY. Horses taken care or bv the dir. week or mouth, on reasonable tortus. trT?" A Job WAiron mar be found at the !!! rvady for employment. litvU. HrtMJHAin, I, II. tiKII.I.I.V. 1'rcieott, November 3, 1SC7. gvccott grtvcrtiiscmcntii. CAMPBELL & BUFFUM, HAVE JUST RECEIVED, AND ARE now Soiling their AVintot Slocjlr, At tbolr Eire Proof Building, on - , MONTEZUMA STREET 0ii.llr I lie I,lnxa,.....,l,r .colt, Arlmna, Consisting, In part, ot LaiHo' Droas Gtwdc, French, American, Eng lish anil dnrk cokrod PrinU, Merino Druw Patterns, of various color, Ealinoral and Plain Skirting, Shawl, Xubias and Hood?, Silk and Cashmere Cloak Children' Shoos, Iialtnoral, Lasting, and light Calf Shod, A Fine Assortment of Dross Trimmings, Plain and Fancy Hair Net, Combe, Euttons, Perfumery, &c., Am. Staple Dry-Goods, Domestics, Flannel!, Linan, Eliiikoti;, Satinotte and CVslmoro Cloth. CLOTHING. A Large and Extcniive Aahortmont of Gents Suits; Also, Coat, Voula and Pantu, of Fine Qnality and Stylo, Hats, Root?, Shoo?, Snminer, Flanne! and Cafdmere Over oud Under Shirt, A fall and complete assortment of (Ientt' P'urnislitiig fiood. We wonU eall the attention of tntytvs to our ksrge and wUsdcdod stock of Fasily Gr&ceries asi Prerisions, Tolmcco, Ci;trs, Ayei' Medicines, Siuiiouery, etc. UCsxx'cl"v2i ie. Powtlor, Mining Tools, Plough Corn SbeHers, Stove, etc., etc. TOSa. ttp ntlrr ttork I. for n!r nv, tar rtt.Ii, unit raalt onlj-, CAMPBELL & BUFFUM. IVeneott, Di-e. 27, 1H7. Baths t Baths, Baths. WARM AND COLD II ATI IS, Can now be liad at tbe Montezuma Shaving and Hair Dressing Saloon, In Montesmaa Hall, Mont era ma Street, Prescott. SHAVING, HAIR CCTTINfi. etc.. In the mot approved manner. THEODORE OTTO. NJS W STOltJS. .North Slile of Hie Plain, Presrnlt, Arlions. Tho nnderlgiied otftrs to the public at low prtcos ftir cath, . r. II UTTER, CRAOKERS, CHEESE, RACON, LARD, PICKLES, PORK, 0YSTI1ILS, LOHSTERS, and other PROVISIONS. Pistol, Powder, Powder Flasks, And Shot. A genera astortssant ot Pine Out ntiil I'lttg Clicking Tutineeo, ' 8mukln Tobmeco and Clgnrs. Alo, a variety or other staple articles of mcr etendste. LEVI BA8HFQRD. Preseott, September 17, 1667. CRAY & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANTS, At La Iui, tVl eke ii burg and Presrotl, , DEAL BUS IN Groceries, Proyisions, Clofc, elc. ' Wish to call attention to tbe largo assortment of nCiiiulAva.i'e , now on band at their Store in Trescott, neJ.tf