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f.Tt IlIlAV MORNING, MAY 30, 18C8.
LOCAL NEWS. m:BiiT")N''H train flatted from Los Angeles, ( f rnin on Iho 11th instant, bound for 1'rcs- t i lfardyvlllc. A large Mock of white , ,r. r ii abunrd the train for Hill ofllco, which, V(.'car. will not arrive In time. However, wo , jiiinl the Mixkii on some cort of paper until , i arrive. f im vTKim are (it work on a resldenco for , i,n IU!.er, on Capitol Hill. The Cuptaln i.i :i his way here from San Francisco. Mi n- Lrrn.B A T.m.im have quit work, for i p -. nl. upon tlielr hydraulic claim on I.ynx , V i-carclty of water was the cause of , r j-ning Their last run paid them well, Vnog the fact that they did not have t "h water to nil their pipe. (.ood wt'll Hough, Sell Thcm iflH'fl. D. IIkniikiison, the (jctiior partner of 1 h rurntaiitly employed In Snn Froncbico " and buying goods, by which meani tve i Mi 1 t.i lake advantage or tholluetimtloiH r ., and purchase our goods at lower rites , j' v other House In Central Arizona. . ; i I). IIbsiikhwi.v A Co. ; ay CKt.r.muTiov. Friday last M(m i tir f tlebrntod her fourteenth birthday, , r - li ;n f her mother on (5 rnnlte street. , ail the children and young ladles of l'res i ' i v present, and had a merry time of it. i 1, ii.-.i U a favorite with young and old. In i ar I xintry, nnu wo nope sue will liven sad yearn Miould it be agreeable Ui her. i . u tiik Uio Vebos. Mr. Jo. Lesson, who , ( g-d in farming on the Ri Verde, has ,i hi a letter, in which he stale that every river will be cat for John A. Ruh. ' '.ihh' m were busy, attending to tholr crops. "i - it' growlug rapidly. Geo. I), Bowers, ' a' f amp Lincoln, came up with the mail, l i'Ud upon UK. He paid Gen. Devln and and ncre, at latest nccounts.gome seventy .,t of the pMt, and that the command w:n ; x- I tn return to camp soon, a their provi , 'i-irly eihamfed. Lieutenant Derby, A . i An 'iid (Mr. Dowers" partner) and atupiad (rs- ! r. had left Camp Lincoln before the - . . .Ttj . irtcd up with it (null pack train, 1 ,, I'-i-aF camp. Indian fires were seen i i In . .irnu:id the pnt frequently, and one dy. ..'it ICnnslelner, while out hunting, e.imen;, ".'wo Indian on Heaver creek, cloe to ' imp. Tde sergeant fired nt them and they h fl in a hurry. Tlie few soldiers at the po;t were employed In making ndob for the new i uarterj. leveling off the parade ground, etc .i. ' Wharton wax in command. JTKVHV A. IliriKutw and Judge Howard, "jico I'jn "' pnrty men; Sheriff Moore and John 11. I'.ao, Democratic men, and C. T. Rogers, Inde , 'adent man, started for the FOiitlieni portion of tie county Saturday last. Sheriff Moore, wu bo o, went to attend to county business, whlla ,e remalndec.of the party went to pres their a'nu for ofllce upon the people. Jiw.sk V. IJuoirx and Thoraan Hodgec, of Wlck biirg wfre In town during lha week, attending 'je shipment of lumber for the Vulture Mln ' Company. Holh gentlemen arc old, large- - -ted Aritonlann and have IkmIs of friomh -r Mr. Hodges has pent a good deal of hU ' e ti hunting and fighting Iudlam, and de- - i well of his fellow citizens. Hoth are car K isb men, and wc wish them long and happy N w, that pont!ng politics U nearly at an end ti "b us, we hope our fanners will forward the r ' (-r of acres of grain, etc, planted by them, ft thtt we can print them tind bow ouUiders ba' we are doing here. A largo, rtoady titream 'f Laern emmlgration Is coming to this coast, -rd we kho'ild do our best to Induce fomc of Csi to come and fcti! In the Territory. C'rsu Hay. Pevcral parties arc now en r 4 m thh buslnes, In Willow, Williamson and f 'hf r valleys. The bay crop, this year, Is eald t b-.od. Mrs-iw. Siuvkh nnd Kelcey took a hunt rc- i n the country onth-wot of Granite Monn ' Thfy killed some deer nnd saw lots of otb "i which they did not kill. They saw no Indian Aiuivii, or TnAistf Jones and Wernlngcr's t'a -s arrived In Frecott Tuewlay last, from La I'm with freight for merchants of thin town, and 'aie for Fort Whipple. They started back "u rl.iy morning, after 'lending with lumber, f rtbc Vulturo Mining Company, of Wlckenburg. TfcarBday morning last, a train of camUaa, awn by oxen, yoked In tho good old Mexican tic, by (In. l,orn, Hrrired in town, with flour. J "wfc'i, etc. It came from Hormosillo, Sonora. Tb- owner of the train disposed of a part of his r d at Wickeuburg. Wo kiw homo of the ' at Itavena'u store, and it nppeareil to bo of 7 gJod quality. !"UMrs.ii:Tho mules bcdonglng to Mcssi-h. 1 and Wernlngcr stampeded Wednesday ' giving tho Mexican herders ft first rate '-wc to indulge in n little profanity. They f,e stopped and quieted down after a ehort "'kveiui, farmers from Lower Granite Creek 31 Chlno Valley, were In town during the week. Oa Loer Granite, tho frost had been very se v,'re At Chlno. valley, It was very light We verwd wi,h Mow". Giles, l'ostlo, Ilrown and ' ;?old pronpectlng companion, Peter Lubkln, 4 or whom said that Hush would get every vote " u that way. I-T. Up I low. Mth U. S. Infantry, formerly of Rumps McDowell and Iteno, tht, Territory, is at Sacramento. California, recruiting for his regl mont, wllh good success. WfuTiii:n.-The weather Is now nne, but du ring the wrly part or tho week, It was extremely wgly and moan. The wind blew fiercely during t ' day time, and at night, Jack Frost had every thing to himself. Samcm. Aiumh. This gentleman was, atlate.H accounts, running for Congress. After insulting mid shocking the modesty of the people of La Paz, by a vulgar and oboccne speech made by blm in that town, he got up and skedaddled to Arizona City, where, wc are informed, he asserted that John A. Hush had withdrawn his name from before his fellow citizens as a candidate for the Delegacy. We havo been expecting to hear, ctery mall, or Mr. Adams' withdrawal. knowing, as ho mnst. that he stands no rarthlyshowof be ing elected. His few friends have soured on him, and he knows It. It strikes us forcibly that liis only object In keeping his name before the peo plo Is to aid McCormick. ns recent developments go to fhow that, notwithstanding his former nbuse of the Governor, he is now in his interest. McCormick and his friends, who have been in tho habit of calling Adams such "pet-names" as thief, Steamboat, Crazy, anil fool Adams, now speak of htm In terms or endearment, pat him on tlie b.ick, and toll him to go it. KxcKt.u:.VT Wikbh and Lio.eorig. Henderson A Go. havo lately received a large stock or wines and liquors, which they are selling cheaper than any other house in town. Wu have isampled their various brands, and can nicmmniinil tlmm to the public. Hotall purchasers assure us that mis iinn Uoos tlie square thing by them. Xot Itii.vxixa. Calvin White, the gentleman whom Governor MoConnlek h-itl ttirnml nut .r the pol odlcc becanio he would not keep tho mall waiting over Its rogubir time Tor His Kxcel lency. has taken his name from off the McCor mick ticket. Ho says he doos not tmln with any such crowd, and whdius to tee John A. Hush, an honel man. elected to Congress The removal of Mr. White Unbout the only thing McCormlck's gaeat influence at Washington lias ever accom plished, ond that one not of petty fpito worked great Injury to our people, as .Mr. White was the best postmaster we have ever had. WonvuBB & Co. received a large pile of goods last week. Their srore and warehouse Ls now crammed fall of good tilings. DiXMnxTiiAi. &, Li.viKmwfiKn. Wc call atten tion to the advertisement or this Arizona City llr. They have recently received huge piles of goodd, wbicii they offer to VH ha low ;w any oihur hoiifu in the Territory. Mr. Laodiborger is well known In this vicinity, and we bespeak for himself and partner :i share or the trade of the interior. Merchants and others visiting tho Colorado river will do well to give him a call. Fivk Dollars Howard is offered to any person who will Jcare D. H. Poland's pistol attbisonlc, which wus lost on the road between Prtvcottand Williamson valley. See advertisement. Di.ACKsvfiTui.va. John Duckley advertises his readiness and ability to do all sorU of black- fmith work at his shop, on .Miller's Hanch, a abort distance west of town. Mr. .'Jnckley Is a first claM workman uad will, wc hope, get lots of good paying jobs. Mn.i.Kn'rt train loft the ranch Thursday morn ing for Wickcnburg and La Paz. Tho wagons were loaded with lumber, for Wlckenburg. Lojr AxoTUKK I'Bor. Wc call attention to tho card of John Hountree, In to-day's paper, with drawing his name from the McCormick ticket, where It was placed without bis knowledge or consent. Goon IUm.r.r. We have seen some ripo, well filled heads or barley nt the Pacific Urcwery. that wore raised by Daniel Hatz, on tho Agua Frio. Theodore Doggs, who was In town tlie oilier day, told us that himself and neighbor fanners would soon commence to harvest their barley crops. WiM-inn Hick, wyortlosto of Howera' Agua Frio Hanch, was in town last week. He cays ho has planted several acres of com. Willanl told us that there was not u McConnlck vote on the ranch, no not one, and tho facetious joker re marked that he had been trying to hire a McCor mick man to go down there, so that tho boys could while away tho time in argument, but when wo tavc him last bo said ho had become tired of hunting one up, and concluded they were mighty scarce around Prcscott, which is a fact. Wickkniiuro. A. Harnett of Wlckenburg, In a letter to us, says the mills wore running, houses going up and everything prosperous. Harnett says trade has been good with blm, nnd his big stock of goods was disappearing fast. Success to Wickcnburg, and Its generous, industrious, whole soulcd Democratic population. Camidem. & Uvmu'H train nrrlved In town on tbo evening of the 2fith inst, with goods for their storo at this place. llesfsiw. Jackso.v and Cullumbcr came to town from Kirkland Valley Thursday. They brought no ncwa of Importance. Crops looking finely, and everybody down there were going for Hush. Giur A Co., received by Wernlngor and Jones' trains, large quantities of wine;, liquors, groce ries and provisions, mining and farming Imple ment!, etc 0. Allen, their salesman, Is a whole souled, generous hombrt, and always glvesa per son a bargain or a present. Tin ed to Some 'Em. Not long since, a friend. of Governor McCormick undertook to scare tho farmers of WalnutGrove.thiscounty, into voting for the Governor by threatening to tako away the mall stock and carry ihe mall over another route. The threat did not work, as tho Walnut Grove pcoplo don't ecaro worth a d n. Mm. Last Tuesday's mall did not arrive at tho regular time. Cause, eand fctorm on the docrt. ' ' It has been told us lor a fact that Governor MrConnlck, while In Wlckenburg, went to Mi guel Periilta, and m&dc him an offer Tortile Mex ican vote. .Miguel answered him as an honest man should, and the little "statesman'' left with a flea In his car. Otm thanks arc due nnd hereby tendered to J. P. Osborn, of Heaver valley, on the Agua Frio, for his present of a lot of lettuce. AnniVAt.oF Immkiiusth. Several families have arrived at Pontic's Hnnch, Chtno Valley, from Kew Mexico nnd tho Kast. They camortia tlie Whipple or 35th parallel route. Anotiikii AntyiMAV Cavoiit. It gives ns great pleasure to chronicle the fact that our friend and worthy rollow lownsmnn, Nathan H.Howcrs, was married in San Francisco, May 5lh, to Miss Theresa A. Crist, or Alameda, California. We wish Sir. and Mrs. Howers long life and happiness. Mining' News. Ciiaxci: LotiE. Hoddick and Feland. who are prospecting this ledge, were in town Sunday last, and Informed us that prospects looked flat tering. They nre down about -10 feet in tho new shaft, at which depth they havo a good ledge, with nice walls, clay scam, etc. Tho water trou bles them a good deal. Ha noun Lour. F. A. Cook, has been asaying and working rock from the Hadgerlode,HIg Hug district, the past week. Wo havo heard that good results were obtained. Rirrcitx oc PnonrKcriKii 1'Ann-. The pros pecting party spokon of in our Inst, has roUirned to town. They searched the Silver Mountain country, and succeeded in finding some rich lodes, but failed to find th" one th'y went after. At the head of Humbug cr-'k, they prospected for placer diggings, and got as high us fifteen cents to the pan. So we lenrn from Mr. Colo. Some of the parly Intend to start out soon again. Aztux Miu.- The news from the Aztlan Mill and Chase mine. U heerlng. The mill has been running day and night the past week, and it fs confidently hoped that the next clonn-np will be a big one. Karly in the week six tons'of tailings from tho Clorid" lod! were run through the mill, and yielded, wc are told, ten ounces of good amalgam. Mr. Htunlslee brought the gold to town with him on Thnrwlay evening. W. 0. PoixiiKXTKR, of Yuma county, wrote us excellent news by last mail. He had canvassed Mohave and Yuma counties for Huh, nnd was confident that he would be our next Delegate. Mr. Potndcxter travelled from Lal'm to Ari.ona City with tbo Governor, and nmite us that tlie little "statesman" did not capture many voters, notwithstanding tho fact that he travelled in State, at the Steamboat Company's expense. Tiik mail arrived about noon ycsrcnlny. The vote on impeachment was not taken on the 14th inst. Tlio friends of the President were cofident that the charges would not be sustained. A great many accidents have occurred of Uto in the Eastern States from the explosion of lamps containing coal oil in which naptha hnd lx;cn mixed, and people were becoming afraid to use any fluid bearing the name of coal oil. Goon News. Yesterday's mail brought a letter from Hon. Ym. II. Hardy, of Mohnvc county, to a gentleman of this place. Mr. Hardy is n gentleman of good judgment, and his figures may he relied upon. Ho says: Mohave county will give Hush. "0; McCor mick, 12; Adams, 10. Pnh-Ute countv Kusb, 200: McCormick, C; Adams, 1. Xcw Advertisements. Blacksmlthing. rpHE UNDERSIGNED WOULD JL inform thr people or Prcscott nnd surrounding country, that he hns Inued tho shop, tools, etc, of the Miller brothers, nt their ranch, one mile west from Pre srott, where ho Is prepared to do all kinds of blacksmlthing In a workmanlike manner. Horse, mule and ox shoes will he kctit con- stantly on hand, and I shall endeavor to give en tire saturacllou In tills branch ot tho Imolori JOHN UUCKLKY. Miller's Ranch, .May 29, LOSTI On Iho road between Prcscott and Williamson Valley, A Colt's Ki.v-Shootcr, Army sire. Handle covered with buckskin. A reward of live dollars will bo paid to the pcMOn leaving the aforesaid pistol nt the office of the Miner. D. H. POLAND. Prcscott, May 29, ISfiS. BLUMENTHAL & LANDSBERGER, SAN FHANCISCO AUCTION HOUSE, Arizona City, Arizona. Wholcsalo nnd Retail dcalom in Dry Goods, Clothing, Hoots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Hosery, Fancy Goods, Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, Hardware, Crockery, Tinware, Oils, Paintfl, Limps, Drugs and Medicines, Saddles and Saddlery, Musical Instruments, Hooka and Stationery, Gunsj Pistols and Ammunition, Mining and Farming Implement. More varieties than anyothcr one House in tho Territory. Arizona City, .May 14. inyu Why is it That tho Prcscott IUrs fell better Liquors than formerly! Ak HENDERSON & CO. mylp. MANUEL RAVEN A Ha ojiriiKl hi. SP.XV IIHICIC HTOKIS, on Goodwin Hlrcet, I'riscott, (Lately tho OUUe of the Arizona Miner.) TNVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LAUGH JL and choice assortment of GROCERIES, CLOTHING, TOHACOO, LIQUOKS, and Mi.sccllancous CrOOclK, All of which be offers at fair rales for Cah, Preitott, August 10, lb07. Feed and Sale Stable, Goodwin Street, Opposite Plaza, PKESCOTT, ARIZONA. The undersigned have constantly on hand HAY AND GRAIN, Of the bout oualliy, and at the Lowest Rates. UT7 Wagons, towns, saddle and pack animals, always on hand, for sale or hire. JAMK8 I). MONIHAN. WILLIAM K. DK.VISON. Prcscott, Auf 10, 1507. 14-fiin Pacific Brewery, Montezuma Street, Preacott, Arizona. lUiiu.r. a ScimEHr.il, Proprietor!. K S w. mtvw nrn mrv j!V.Iieer,and take great pains Uijwf-j And ptrflfir-tltl'ntni' )Mvnmn trill An well by ealllne; upon us and taking some of our Good LAO Kit IJF.F.It, Llonor and Cigars, hi way on hand. JOHN RAIIILr.. PHILLIP SHEKIIKR. l'recott, October 5, 1607. GRANITE STREET BUTCHER SHOP. rpiIE BEST OF BEEF, AND PORK, JL always on hand, .-Mid frfyaa for oale, at our hop, fa2aij on Granite Street, irrn Prewotf, at the following Pricfs In, Greenbacks; Irw Hwhw! oivl Sirloin Stfilt, ,.,.:S3 &raU lit . Chart Stnk. 30 " 4Hir 11ml U(i nCIU'OKD HATHAWAY. J. K. O. H ITU! IK IX, TO THE PEOPLE OF ARIZONA. In accordance with the suggestion of frlcndi In each county, I hereby present myself a a Candidate for Delegate to Congress, at tho ensuing general election, Wednesday, June 3d, 18GS. If elected, I will vigorously labor to piocurc from Congee, and the DopftrtmrtiU, tboc meas ure of smUuiicc to which the jioopletre entitled, and which are ossein kl to the ieedy and tuoem ful development of the rich resonreea of the Ter ritory. kichard c. Mccormick. Tucson, March 12th, ltfiS. (IWte) CAMPBELL & BUFFUM, WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALERS IN Groceries, Provisions, Wine?, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigar, Olothing, Dry-Goods, Hoots, Shoes, Tinware, Hardware, Paints, Oils, &C, vtc, Fini:-piioor jiuilding, West Side of tho Plaza, Prcscott, Arizona. JOHN 0. CAMPBELL, W. M. BUFFUM. Prcscott, April i, 186S. MONTEZUMA .SALOON, Montezuma Street, Preacott. rpiIE UNDERSIGNED ANNOUNCE TO JL their mend, and the public Kcnerallv, that thU well-known, comfortable and favorite retort Is now engineered by them, and Is well supplied with the best of WISES, LIQUORS AND CICARS, The Montezuma will be kept in a neat, rloan and cosy style A. J. SHANKS, pi. r. rituur.. Prcscott, Arizona, March 21, 160S. WJir it That Dry Goods are old cheaper in ttcscott than eleewhere this tide of San Francisco? En quire of II RNDERSON & CO. myio Independent Candidate .... ron.... County JR-ccordcr, C. T. ROGERS. Setxixo at Cost. Manuel Ravena offers to tell his largo stock of dry-goods, booU, Eboca, etc, for cost nnd freight, in order to mako room for a new stock now on the road from San Fran cisco: Call at the Brick Store, and Prank will do tho fair thing by you, my 16 JpiONKHR DRUG STORE. Prcscott, 5gj? Arlxmuu On hand and fur file JfaWii IfaUam fur the Lungi, Tountewr Sartnparilia, Aycr1 JiruloTi " lMVi ' Ayrf Qitrry Pectoral, Agar. (Jure, OtgvxV India Chohigognt, Itroten't Jamaica Ginger, Perry J)ari$ Pain Killer, UoodaW Catarrh Remedy, Urwttft Bronchial Troche, Jiryan,n Pulmonic Wo ft re, Dr. Detinfn Pilch Ij'aciqc, Kcaliwft Gugh " Jay nt1 1 Patent Mtdicinet, And, in fact, a full HMortmcnt of all tho Patent Medicines usually found In drug (tons. Toilet &apt, Fancy Articlet, Pcrfuirury, And a large supply of Dispensing Medicines. N. U. Physicians' prescriptions carefully and accuralcly compounded. K. DAltLINO. Frcscutt, April 1M, 1WW. ""ARIZONA STAGECOrY!PANY. Tho Mall will nrrivo nnd depart m follows: ArrivM nl l'rwmutt m TnMUy nml ViMnj u. IaM I'rrmtA' ra Wrin"!vi and Kutunlaj-f. Arrlxt Ht Dil Imivmi Iji I'u TiK-xlojf and Huturttyt. " aixl loar Wwkentrtjri'. lluuinji. Tlmrlaji. A Stage will leave Wlckenburg every Thursday, with the malls, connecting, at La Paz, with tlie Cnllfornl.i mail service, under the supervision of the contractors, Messrs. Clurgagc and Ballard, who will forward panwngi'rs, by stage, from Man Bwnardlno to La Paz, every edntfdny. From thetice they will be conveyed by the undersized, by stage, to Wlckenburg. where llirouirh passen gers will lx- furnished w Ith saddlc-aulnials lo carry Ibrin over the mouutnlns, to Prcscott. Passenger leavlnc Ban Bernardiuo on Wedncs. day evenlnsr. will arrive in Prcscott on tlie follow. ingTupsday; those leaving Prrscott on U'cdne day, will a; rive in San Beniardlno the following Tuesday. Agents J. Ooldwatcr, Li Pazj W. K. Ferris, Wickcnburg. JAMES GRANT, Contractor and Proprietor. Prcscott, April 24, 1WS8. NEW STORE. .forth Hide of the IMata, Prrsrotl, Arltonn. Ttic undersigned olfers to the public at .low prices for cosh, BUTTER, CRACKERS, CHEESE, BACON, LARD, PICKLES, PORK, OYSTERS, LOBSTERS, and other PROVISIONS. Pistols, Powder, Powder Flasks, And Shot. A general assortment ol Kin Cut and I'Ior Chu Ing Toliocto, Ktnoklug Tobarco nnil Olgar. , . Also, a variety of other staple artirle of mer chandise. LEVI 1USIIFOKD. Prett, S'ptniler 17, 1667. CRAY & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANTS, At La J'm, IVlekrntiurg and lrrcott, DEALEIti IS Groceries, Prow, Clothing etc.; WUh lo cull aUcntlon to the Urgti iui ortmcnt of - now on hand at their Store In Prcscott. noJ-tf Baths, Batlis, Baths. WARM AND COLD IIATIIS, Can now be bad at the Montezuma Shaving: and Hair Dressing' Saloon, In Montcxnma Hall, Montezuma Street, Prcscott. SHAVING. HAIR CUTTING, etc In tho most approved manner. TUEODOKE OTTO. Prcscott Jiivcry Stable. Granite airrcl, adjoining ihe QnnHl Hock. Saloon, l'rrteott, Arliona. jV. THE UNDERSIGNED, Wm harmf,' leased this old- estaidlshcd Liverv Stable. desire to Inform bis friends and tho nubile ccn- erally, that ho has as good SADDLE AND BUGGY HORSES as can be found at any establishment In the Tcrrl. tory, whlcn lie Is ready to let at low price. Always on hand, a large supply of GKAIN AM) HAY. Horses taken care of bv the dar. week or month, on reasonable terms. I. H. SKH.I.IN. Prcscott, November S3, 1SC7. J F YOU IV A ,N T Good Wines and Liquors, go to camtbel'l a BurrUMrs.