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Cv.j San Hiiancibco Aobncv. Mr. Thomna Hovce I thv only Authorized agent for tho MiMm in San Franckco. Orders luft at lils ofllro, New Mer chant' Exchange llullding, room No. 550, Callfor hIa street, will be promptly attended to. Music in Camp. 11 V JOHN It. THOMPSON. Two armies covered liill ami plain, Where Rappahannock's waters Ran, deeply crimsoned with tho slain Of battle's recent slaughters. The summer clouds lay pltehcil llko tonta In mend. ofhenvenly airo; Anil each ilratd pin of the elements Slept lu Its hid embrusure. The breeze to softly blew It made No forest leuf to quiver, And the duoko of the random CHiindnadc ltolled slowly from the river. And now where circling hills looked down With cannon deeply planted, ' O'er lletlcM camp and silent town, The golden sunset slauted. Wlton on the fervid air there catno A strain, now rich, now tender; The music fOmcd Itself allnme With day's departing splendor. A Federal band, which uto-aud morn l'km-d ni8Ure brnvo.and nimble, Had Just struck up with tlutc and hum And lively clash of syu.bal. Down (locked the soldier to tho bank?, . Till margined, by it pebble, One woodetl store was blue with ' Yanks," And one wu gray with "Rebels." Then all was still, and then the bund With movement light and tricksy, Made stream and fowl, hilt and slrond, Reverberate w 1th " Dixie." T!i coiim.Iou9 etroain, with bnralahcd glow, Went proudly o'er Its pebbles, lint thrilled throughout Its deepest flow With yelling of the rebeU. Ajntln a pause, and then again The trumpet pealed sonorous, And " Ysnkcc Doodle" was the stmln To v lllch the shore pave chorus. Tho laughing ripple shorewaril Hew To ktas the tlil nlntr lobbies; ... I.imd pbrleked the swarming boys In bluo Deflanei) to the rebels. And yet oneo more the bugles sang . Above thu stormy riot ; No Blwtit upon the evening rang, There reigned a holy quiet. Tho sad, low Mr ram its nofreles' trpad Toured o'er the glistening pebbles, And silent now the Yankee stood, And silent stood thu rebels. Oo uurceponslva soul had heard Tliat plaint he note's appealing, So deeply "Home, Sweet Home," had stirred The bidden founts of feeling. Or blue or gray, the soldiers sec, As by the wund of fairy, Tho cottage 'neath the live oak trees, Tho cabin by the prairie. Or cold or warm, his native skies Hend In their boauty o'er him; . Seen through the lear-mist lu his eyes, Ills loved ones stand before him. - 'As fi.des the tils after rain In April's tearful weather, The vision vanished as the ulraln And daylight died together. Hut memory, waked by music's art! Expressed in simplest numbers, ' Subdued the sternest Yankee henrt, Made light thc-Rebcl's slumbers. And fair the form of music shines, That bright, celestial creature. Who still Inld war's cinlnUtkd lines Gave this one touch of Nature, Ciianrk of Mail Contkactors. The San Hernardino (Cal.) Guardian says: " Messrs. Waters and Nobles have become tho proprietors of the U. S. mail lino bewcen this place ana l.a l'a7, .Arizona lcrntory, They are prepared to earn' passengers and packages at reasonable chargos, and will adopt such arragements as will enable passengers to pass over the route with speed anil comfort,)' A Fkank Aumission. The Cincinnati Com- mtrtial says : "The practical effect of the Supreme Court bill is to abolish the right of trial by jury in ten' States of tho Union to make military commissions tho supreme law over a territory half as largo as continental Europe to shake down rights older than Unnnyme.do or Dooms day book. Did Mr Stewart and thoie who voted with him yesterday ever hear tho com pendious definition of the object and aim of the British Constitution and Government, by one, of the greatest jurists of modern times? If liot it nlay not be amirs to remind them that it is in these words: 'To get twelve honest men in a jury box. nut in the year 1808 tho Congress of tho United States passes a Yaw lo drive twelve honcstinen out of a jury and replace them with twelve soldiers, behind -t ftjgcneral order from headquarlerSj consign 'ingUifs," that or (ho other man to jail for an offense unknown to the law or Constitution of tho land. This, too, when there has been no war in tho country in three years." Tin: Euiieka Pbockks'. O, II. Gray&rCo., 01 this city, nave recently purchased the liU rekaor Hyerson process, with tho "ball grind era," in their mill at Gold Valley Sierra coun ty. This process, it will bo recollected, is the one which has been for some time in umj on tho FrernonuMariposa Estate, working rock from tho celebrated Josephine mine, and re ducing it to an impalpable powder by means . of small, half ounco iron balls, working in a revolving barrel ; the amalgamation borne ef fected by means of Rycrson's superheated 6teaiu apparatus. Roth of theso owjrations nave aircauy ucen tuny described in tho col itmns of the Tim. The Messrs. Grav recent ly visited the mill in Mariposa, anil spent a At ! .... . 1 f j: f ' , ... . euiiieieiik leugiu ui iiino in examining 1110 practical working of the process to satisfy themselves that it is all that is claimed, in point of efficiency and economy. The total cost of working rock by this process, there using a very inellicient stamp mill for the prclimi- 1 1. n . . nary crusiiingoi iuc tock, aim wood lor steam at a cost of SO a cord is said lo bo a fraction less than $10 per ton. The Messrs. Gray hope to oe nine 10 put 111 machinery lor working this process at a cost but little, if any, exceed ing the ordinary stamp and pan process. Sau Fraitchco Mining J'teet. A ricMAitK.uii.K OutTt'AKY. The following si"tMllar obituary appears in on Iowa paper in j relation to a boy killed by a railroad accident: j Ho nits tiwlocp in tho curj it ran oil tho I track, struck 11 tree; throw his head against I the car with such force as to produce insensi j billy. Ho was taken to the hospital, where 1 lie died next morning, sensibility never re I turned, lie wits 17 years old lust September, I six feet high, weighed 175 pounds. He was I tln imit hiililv nrL'aiiied bov 1 ever knew the befct educated, because he mastered what he studied. He was a linguist, Latin, Greek, Englisli. Mr. Walker, who was partial to him, volunteered to tench him, oveningc, all the Latin learned ill college. He was a math ematician, for which he had a passion, a sur veyor, draftsman, artist, carpenter the best biographer I ever knew. He had a woman's loving heart n man's inflexible purpose. He also worshipped his mother's meiiiorv his eyes were just like hers. Cats, dogs, horses, birds, children were Ids pets. He had an intense curiosity in re relation to all the contrivances of crea tion. He watched a bird with tho devo tion of an ornithologist was struck with tho gallantry of the mate canary, whun a lump of sugar was put in the cage, 11 waiteo tin mo female nto ns much as It wanted. Ho had an intense desire to see the ocean when taken to It lie wiis awed spell-bound made a unontancons collection of nhells along its rest less shore there thev arc in his little cabi net, just as he placed them. "When at the mines, he collected mineral in the same way. He begged his uncle, over and over ngam, to let liim'tro into the war, who thought he was tooyoumjto bo exposed to nil tho tempta tions ot the camp, lie read Abbott's Life of Napoleon when ho was so little the book so big that he looked like a tumble bug at a cart-wheel ; he intended at the time to do all that Napoleon did even to marry Jose phine. Ho had great purposes, all unexeeu- t 1 .. . ; . . ieu 111? seeiiuMi a rnso ui luciiiiuut ruawiu.is I l r... .14. -.1 . - T. - ins uiwv uuui cuiiiuiijji' in u;uivr. In moment ot unconsciousness, death came uiwn him, like a thief in the night. Hi? uncle, his cousins, his poor father all his kin feel as If a poisoned arrow had Vit them. His uncle will have likenesses made of him, to give to all who loved him. Josh ISii.i.incj on Btn Ik'us. I linvc nev er seen anybody yet but what despiapd bed bugs. They are the meanest of aul crawling, creeping, hopping and biteing things. They dasent tackle a man by daylitc, but sneak in after dark, and chaw him while he 13 lust asleep A nui.sketo will fitc vou in broad davlitc, at short range, and give you a chance to knock in his sides the Ilea is a game bug, and will make a dash at vou even in Hroad way but the bed bun is a garroter, who watts till you strip and then picks out a tnel low place to cat you. If 1 was in the habit of swearing, I would not hesitate tew damn a bed bui' right tew his face. lied bugs arc uncommon smart in a small way; one pair of them will stock a hair tnat- trebs in two weeks with bugs tew last a small family a whole year. It don't do enny good to pray when buys are in teason : the onlv wav to get rid of them i? tew bile up the whole bed in aquafortis, antl then heave it away and buy a new one lied bugs when they have thrown aid they intend to are about thu size of a blue jay's eye, nnd have a brown complexion, and when thev start out to garroto are as thin as a grease spot, but when they git thru garrot ing they aru swelled up like a blister. It takes three days tew git the swelling out ov them. If bed bug have enny destiny to fill, it must be their stummucks, but it seems tew me that they mut have been made by acksi dent just as shvvera arc, tew stick into sum- boddy, If they was got up for sum wise purpose they must hav took the wrong road, lor there kant be enny wisdom in chawing a man aid nile long and raising a family besides, to rol ler the same trade. If there is sum wisdum in aul this I hope the bugs will chaw them folks who can see it, and let me be bekausc I am one of tho hcrct- iks. PROCLAMATION. By RiciiAiiD C. McCohmick, Goveknoii of the Tekihtokt or Azizov, Hkoaiiihso Vaoan. cies to ns riM.im at tub Uexeuai. Election, Wednesday, Jitnk 3, ISM. To all vrhom it miy conetm. Wiieiieas, Since tho preparation of my proc lamation ol April 2, designating the offices to bo filled at the Gcucral Election, Wednesday, June 3, 1SG3, it has been made known to me that there are vacancies In county olllccs (temporarily tilled by appointments made by the Hoards of Supervi sors) which, under Au Act of the Legislature, ap proved December 80, 16o7, Rro required to bo filled by vote of the people at the next succeeding election. Now, TiiRiiKroKE, I, IMchard C. McCormlck, Governor of the Territory ol Arizona, In pursu ance of tho duty enjoined upon me, under Chap ter Twenty-four of the Code of tho Territory, thu amendments thereto, and the act referred to, do hereby direct said vacancies to be tilled at eald General Election, Wcduesday, June 3, ISfS. Given under my hand and the seal of said Tcrrl- ry, at I'rccsott, this twenty-seventh day f u s.l of April, A. D. lSfiS, nnd of tho independence of the United States of America, thu ninety second. ItlCIIAUl) 0. McCOBMlOK. By the Governor: J. V. T. (,'AUTKir, Secretary of tho Territory. Uuartz Mountain Saw Mill. rpiIE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC IS JL called to tho fnct that we have renewed facilities for the manufacture of All Kinds of Lumber, for Building purposes, and for Mills and Mlulng. fft7 Corao wllh your money, and wo will ar range the price according to thu quality. Tcnm, cult on delivery, payable lu U. 8. gold coin, or Its equivalent In currency. A. O. NOl'ES, Agent. I'rcscott, September 17, lc'07. ARIZONA HOTEL, WICK KNIU'IMJ, 1 WJKII "inn; 1 rpm: UNDERSIGNEP, HAVING JL recently taken cliarge 01 1110 udovc -a, ii'inii'd Iiiiiup. would Inform the neonle of Arizona mid the traveling public, thai It Is hi Intention to do cveryttllllg possllile to picuso mm rmisi un WhO lavor lltlll Willi tlietr piiiroii:igc. 1'. ll .WU,, rroprieiur. Wlckenbiirg, March 1-', lkW. ml I. BREWERY AND SALOON, Wiokonburc. Arizona. rpHK rNDERSICJNEI) HKSi'i.u 1-nfy J. fully informs thu public and his .l.l frl,.ti,U Hint In, U now iiiniuilact tirlllLT. and keeps constantly on hand, a superior quality of LiiKCt' llcur. in i-niiniTtlnn with the Hrewerv Is a flrat-eloss Bur, which is always supplied with the ue 01 LIQUOUS AND RIGA It.S. The patronage of the public la solicited. A. II. I'EKl'l.ES, Proprietor. Wlckcnburg, March 1'-', lst;s. ml I A. BARMETT, W IC K E.M1UJ1G, Alt! ZONA, .... UKAI.KII is .... GiMrles, Provision, Dry- Goods. if c. ' Boots, Shoes, 7Wim, EWSelU cheaper th.m any other merchant In Central Arizona. novso. E. J. COOK, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN GUOCEIHES, PROVISIONS, CLOTHING, JJUY GOODS, HOOTS and SHOES, Crockery, Clocks, Iron, Nails, Quicksilver, Tobacco, &c, Is prepared to furnish tho people all kinds ol Merchandise, for Cash, At reasonable rates, at the ADOBE STORK, Corner of Granite and fiurlcy streets, ritr.coT, Arizona. noVJ-ti STEAM SASH-DOOR, BLIND, .... AND .... FURNITURE MANUFACTORY, Montesuma Street, Prcscott. "RDERS ron ALL KINDS or TURNED Vy Material, for Chairs, 'lables, Heibdeads, I - 1 ll.. I I - 1 1 A II 1. .. ll... T 'JL' cJluIre. T;,ijIcs mi(, ue(lstcad? made to order. AH kinds of Cabinet Work ueatly executed Our Prices are Kcasonnlili;. 8. K. HLAIK, It. E. ELLIOTT, I'rcscott, February 21, 18C3. F4EW SALOON. rpiIE TiEST DRINKS AND CHOICEST JL Ciuars in the count ry can be obtained at the New Saloon, on Granite Street, fronting tho uutciicr &nop. Call, imd patronize your friend. C. V. SII ELTON, . l'reaeott, April 2, 1BGH. SUMMONS. TX THE DISTRICT COURT, THIRD X Judicial District, in and for the County of Yavapai nnd Territory of Arizona. Joseph Heche, l'laintill', ri. N, K. Lamson, De fendant. Order of Publication. Action brought lu tho DUtrlct Court In and for tho County of'Yavapal and Territory of Arizona. The Territory of Arizona eeuds greeting to N. K. Lamson, dcfciidaut. You aro hereby summoned and required to ap pear In au action brought nirnlnst you by theaboie named HalnthT, hi the District Court of the Third Judicial District lu and for the County of Yavapai and Territory of Arizona, to answer the complaint filed therein, (a copy of which accompanies this summons,) within twenty dnys (exclusive of the day of service) after the service 'upon you of this summons, if served In this county; but if served out of tho county and in tho Territory, then within forty d iys ; and if served out of the Territory, then within twenty days, or judgment by default will bo taken aalust you, aceordlug to the prayer of Haid complaint. This action is brought to recover the sum of one thousand four hundred ninety-three and 75-100 dollars. (1.4U3 75-100) on a certain nromlssorv note, drawn and executed by you, and lu favor of llieauovo pliunllll, bearing uite 01 "San i'rancwco, March 8th, 1K07," with Interest at the rntu of one and ouo-half per cent, per month. And, nlin, fur tho foreclosure of a certain deed of mortgage, drawn and executed by you to the above named plaintiff, to secure thu payment of said note, and bearing saino date of Mid note, and duly recorded lu tho otllcu of tho Count v Record er for said county of Yavapai and Territory of Arizona, an 01 wuieu is more minutely shown In plaintiffs complaint, to width direct reference is hereby made. And you are hereby notified that If you fall to appear and answer the complaint as above re quired, tho I'lalntlir will take default against you, and apply to tho Court for tho relief demanded In his complaint aud for costs and disbursements in this behalf expended. it a 1 (liven under my hand and the seal of I1" D,J the District Court, this 13th day of May, A. D. 1SG8. En. XV. Win., Clerk. Joun HowAitn, I'lalutltTe Attorney. n GEO. F. HOOPER & CO.. San rrnnolBCo nnd Fort Ytimn, California. Arizona City, Maricopa Wells, Sncn ton, Sweet Water, and Camp McDowell, Arizona. yyilOI.KRAI.K AND HKTA1I. DKAI.l.Itb IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Forwarding and Commission Merchants. We wish to call the attention of the public generally, anil Merchants, particularly, to our facilities for Wholesalelng anil .Jobbing at Low Kates. Wo keep constantly on hand, nt ARIZONA CITY, T.he IsirffM and Mot (hnrral Stork (f Good in the Territory, or in mnj out house south of Sitn I'rrnieUco, Cntnprl.lng Everything; liilrt'ii. flu- Country H All of our goods arc either Imported direct or bought of direct Importers, lie buy nothing from second hnnds; thereby saving the San Francisco Jobber' profit, which Is am. wr. ask to makh. " Live and Let Live," Is our motro. Our term aro CASH, KXCl.USlVULl , and, mil ;Ar-ti, wi re always In readiness to supply dealers, ranch ros mid others, with goods, In Jobbing lots, at Unprccedcntcdly Low Prices. GF.OROE 1 IIOOl'KIl A CO. Arizona City. November 20, 1M57. TO TEAMSTER3 AND TRAVELERS. La Paz and Prescott Vagon-Road, The Safest and Best Route from the Colorado River to the Interior of Arizona. SIX WELLS ON TIIJ: J)12SI2KT, Between LA VA7. and DATE CHEEK. Abundance of Water for Men and Ani mals, at All Times. DISTANCES : From La Pas to Tvsnn's Well.' 20 mile. From Tyf-on's Wells to Desert Station. .27 miles. From Divert Station to firanit.' Wnsli. . V! milt-. n-om (Jranite Wash to .Middle Station. . lu miles. From .Middle Station to Kelscv's .1 miles. From Kelsey's to C'ullcn's. . . ." V miles. Leaving a short day's travel over the desert, without water. THERE IS A PLENTY OF THIS ROUTE. FEED ON B2f Tuo Indians aro peaceable on tho route. W. D. KKXTKIl. Desert Station, March 14, ISfiS. H. H. BANCROFT & CO., GENERAL AGENTS ON THE PACIFIC COAST, FOR ALL THE BEST SUBSCRIPTION' Y.'ORKS Published lu tho Kat, anil, alo, for the Most Important Work published in und Relating to tho raellleStateo. fft7 Find class agents wanted for good work and good territory. II. II. nANCUOKT.fcCO novtfO Sau Franelbco, Cal. J. COLDWATER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER I.N Groceries ami Provisions, Clothing, Dry-Goods, Boots, Shots, Huts, cf-c, U77 At the old stand formerly occupied by II. Cuhn, L 1'az, Arizona. Mining Notice. 4 T A MEETING OF THE OWNERS ZV of tho Mining Claim known as the "Fiiist Extension, Kaht." on the. Vulture Lode, held at Wlekenburg, April 20th, 1KIW, It was or dered that, for the purpose of developing tald claim, 0110 dollar (in gold) per foot be levied and collected, as soon as practicable; and tlm claim ants aru hereby notltled and requested to jy to tho Treasurer, A. Harnett, at Wlckciibiire;, a sum equal to one dollar per foot for all the feet they hold In said claim, 011 or lteforo the tlret day of June nuxt. U. W. fiROOM, President. A. NAKNKTT. Treasurer. XV. 1. SMITH, Secretary. Wlekenburg, Arizona, April 20 lhftS. 500,000 SHINGLES ITiOR SALE CHEAP, FOR CASH. . Apply to JOHNSON A X.IM M EHM AN, At their Ranch, on Indian Creek, 4 1-2 miles south of I'rcscott. dec7 5JfIllonk .Mining nitil UtiKcliilm I)jrl, Hpcelnl nnd (irneral Powrrinf-Attoritr', etc., for mile ut (lie .Miner Ollcc. PROCLAMATION. GENERAL ELECTION-10C0. To nil trhom it tmn cunrrrn : Wiikiikas, Under Chapter XXIV, of tl (Vde of tho Territory of Arizona. .1! ltory "zona, aiiiltlm amendiiientH thereto, it in nruviiled th ire shall be hold throughout tho Territory n tho llrsl AVfulnncilni. ..r . . - ' - MJ1L on " .i uiiiiu iii pnrii an election for mcinbnr nf Hm 1 , .. Aseinbly, and such olllcers as may bo required by law to bo chosen at such election, to be called tho General Election. Ami Wiikiikab, It Is further provided that it rhall bo the duty of tho Governor, at lean thirty days before any General Election, issue hit proclamation, designating the ofn.. u no linen 111. such eieciion. NOW, TIIEKEFOItS, I, RlCIIAlU) ,(.'. JL('oR- Jta-K, Governor of tho Territory of Arizona in purMiancc of the duty enjoined upon lm.' do hereby designate the following ofilcei to bo filled nt the General Election to be Lrij throughout the Territory on Wednesday tb0 third day of June, 1808, viz: ' A Dolegato to the I-'orty-lirst Congress 0 the United Stater. Nine inenibeni of the Territorial Council and eighteen members of the TcrrHorul House or Representatives apportioned as ftj Iow., according to the census of .March, 1' 7 viz: ' 'Hie county of Pima, four members of tie Uouncil and seven members of the Houjc The county of Yuma, one member of tlio Council nnd thteo members of tho llou.e Tho counties of Mohave nnd Pah-Ltccom- bined, one member of the Council. The county of Mohave, one member of Ut House. The county of Pah-l'te, one member of the House. Thu county of Yavapai, three members tf the Council and six members of thu Huie Also one Supervior and one Public Ad ministrator in each of said counties. And in each election precinct, in each of said counties, one, and not more than ti Constables, and two Justices of the Pcare ami in each Mich precinct containing a peje illation of more than eight hundred jcrsun, to be ascertained by tho Probate Court, one additional Justice of the Peace. Given under my hand ami the seal of ml Territory, at Tucson, this (-econd day of Apm, A. 1). 1S0S, and of the Independence of the United State of America tho ninety socimil, RICHARD C..MiCOKMIlK. Ry tho Governor. JA.ME." P. T. ('AltTKlt, Secretary of the Territory. Estate of John p. Brorfyflmcd. "VTOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN BY THE undeniigned, Administratrix of the above-named estate, to tho creditors nf, and alt person havini; clalm acatust said decouu'd, to exhibit tho same, Mllh the ecvry vourbrrs wlihiii one year from the ilrnt tmbliratlou of thu notice, to the underalgnrd, at her rcaldt.T." la V town of I'rcscott, county of Yavapai, Terrllorr of Arizona. All person Indebted to the said estate w r quested to maku immediate pavment. HAKKIE'rf A. HOrKKF AdmliiUtrains I'nwccdt, April SOtli, 1MW. ARIZONA MINER Hook and Job Printing Oilier. ,'VIXTS. Largest and Most Complete Establish .or Tin: KIND.. JUST THE TEBBITOBY. Tub Minkh ofllcn Is well supplied with Prrw. Plain, Kanuy and Omamcntal Tyie, and hV p' jirletors arc determined to execute all work ) which they may bo lavored In the neatest ind . . I ..r . 1... .. . riin ,l III,: uru - . Work may bo ordered from any part 01 ;' Territory, and, when accompanied with tbf ll will be nromntly executed und sent by nmW oa directed. , , Persons sending us money for snlriri' adverthlngor job work, may forward It t'JT or otherwise, at their own rUk. CHARGES MODERATE. Address, I'UIILISHEHS ARIZONA MINER. Pbescott, A T" Aztlan Lodge No. 177, F. & A. M. Regular meetings of this ' Lodge on tho last Saturday of each month, at 7 o'clock r. m. Sojourning Brethren aro friitcrnully Invited to at- 'ecu. - . i tnwis nARI.lNO, JiMca E. 'McCirntr, fitcreury 1 1