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tin'uriol) work, may lorwaru It by mall,
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"TilE MINER' Prescott, Arizona.
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Pre.cott tho celebration commenced
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and the bihlen found no lack ol eg
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Swciringen, H. SL Herbert, George
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of tolUU was followed by a generous
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lite btreut last eviTiing to thy number
hours, adjourning to Muvllcr's Stoon
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w hich they partook of a splendid lunch
a good cigar n the clock struck twelve,
far as we have learned, although an
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and chiirged round town breaking
pvacc to such a degree that oho 0
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of Deputy Sherilf Herbert and took
to the lodging hou&e, night watchman
ntnga was pereisieni maitemptinir to help
king Mooroaway, although requested by
th to keep away lrom the party. Finally
r the passage of some angry words, Jen
' iit Kin innv fii fill.- miff ir nrwi.ia
ted till bmitli came out on tuo street
in. wnen n cnni.nori occurreu. tJunninrr
ick Smith several time with a heavy
Inllirting a severe cut over Ids right eye,
bruine on his right hand and arm. Jen-
vft nnt Ktml In lita fitrln ulf ll n riiatnl Iit1
ch struck a rib in front and passed out
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t monday Morning.
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loed by Col. 0. P. Head to Gen. Crook,
the request that ho would present the
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- io.i ilvVUTt UUIIOVUMU imjj
Til lin ili.I
ur?c.n E. I. Bailey, who left u sometime
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Wo condense from the Citizen of December
the 20th m follows:
Ih Tucson new onions, 'beets, radishes and
lettuce are in tho market.
A bathing house linn been established In
Tucson, a convenience that will be appreciated
Many of tho citizens of Tucson have been
indulging in hunting recently, and though
they hunted well thny were fortunate in ta
king plenty of provisions along with them.
D. T. Hurshaw has been herding a large
band of cattle in San Pedro Valley near thu
Uhincahua reserve, cud wasccently advised
by Agent Jeffords to remove the cattle else
where, which advice Mr. H. took as a friendly
warning and at once sought another locality.
Two causes may, with some reason, be assigned
for the agent's advice: one that the orders
ruhibiting rations being issued tn Apaches
from other reserve, will induce such roaming
rascals to steal stork thU side of Sonora, and
nothcr that the agent has little if any control
over the Indians 011 his reservation. It has
been stated over and over again in our hear
ing, that Cach'we governed his Agent and not
the Agent Caelum. This view of the case is
in accordance with reason. CncbUe dictated
his own terms of government when ho con
sented to eat public food without uteuling it,
and it is not likely he has since acknowledged
uy superior in authority.
100,000 'rounds of copper ore and pig copper
have been .shipped from the Clifton milieu in
Ksitcru Arizona to Loo Crtices, X. M., re
JIajor W. II. Urown of the 5th Cavalry,
who has been continually employed in very
ardurous service has, uon the surgeon', cer
tifiiate of ill-health, been granted leave of
absence for one year, with permission to go
beyond the hca.
Unusual activity prevails in the lower
country in hunting up and securing stock
ranches. Perrons familiar with thi Irrstgraz-
country in Texas and elsewhere declare
that Arizona offers nuperior inducements, and
are proving their assertions by bringing in
arge flocks of sheep and herds of cattle.
When the Cachioo troubles are finally Milled
as they must be ore long, southern Arizona
will be a paradise for stockgrowcr.
IUiLnoADS. The report of tho Central
Pacific Ilailroad shows that the amount of
stock subscriptions paid iu has been f5 1,275,-
000. The receipts for tin year endinu June
30, 1873, fortranortation 'if pascngers were
84,388,307, and of freight $7,277,4S2. Total
SH,C55,7ay. The operating expenses of the
road for tho year were $5,019,42), leaving net
earnings to the amount ofSl,31G,UG-l. At the
close of said year the indebtedness of the
company amounted to 085,413,810, of which
27.855,CS0 was to the United States.
The Atlantic and Pacific Koad though do
ing nothingon the extension of the road during
the year have expended 58,000 in grading in
Soledad Pass, California, in order to comply
with the law and to secure control of the pas
for the road.
The Southern Pacific Koad of California
has not been built towards Arizona with the
energy we anticipated at the beginning of the
A general review of affiairs does' not give as
flattering prospects for a railroad to this Ter
ritory as we had ono year ago. Tho various
companies extending their lines toward us all
have obtacles of different kinds to overcome
or certain points to be gained or secured which
can jrerhaps be marked better by delay than
Our Yuma correspondent writes that the
feast of the Immaculate Conception in that
placu presented, to an outsider, a curious
spectacle. At night the gambling, drinking
and eating, a well as tho dancing boothr,
were filled with a mixed crowd of Americans,
Knglifcli. Dutch, Irish, Jews, Mexicans and
Indian, forming picturesque groups in all
stages of intoxication.
The robbery of Long's station, on the river,
was rcjiorted, and two soldiers deserters
had been arrested and put in jail on suspi
Weather in Yuma has been wetter and
colder this month than ever before within the
tho memory of the oldest settlers.
The news of Lieut Rice's splendid achiev
ment, over Apaches, in Tonto Hasin, about
100 miles cast of Prescott, lning the best o
the kind we have had for a long time, was
eagerly devoured by citizens, who go around
prai.ing Crook for his "killing" plans, and
Rico and other subordinates for their success
in carrying to successful issue the plans of
old pecp-o'-day Crook, for killing bad Apa
ches and elevating good ones.
Tho Citizen of tho 20th states that sheriff
and tax-rnllector Oury had collected all but
1,407.85, of which, only tho sum of S200 1
really delinquent. A fine showing this, for
collector and tax-payers.
Wo aro in receipt of ono of the Clironiclo
gift maps, In looking over its representation
of Arizona wo find that every thing Is not ex
act, and tho relative position of prominent
points in tho Territory is a little mixed,
There aro similar suatcments from Nevada
Utah and other sections. Yot the mp is
better ono than wo had before, and will be
useful for ordinary purposes.
Tho Piocho Record chronicles cold weather
and four inches of enow,
PKESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY
(rrom MonUy's IM.))-,1
Glorious Indian Ncws-Twcnty-Soven of
them Killed Contemplated Operations
against Hostile Indians.
Lieut W. S. Schuyler, Fifth Cavalry, killed
27 Indians, in Tonto Hasin and on Mati
sal mountains. His scout was especially se
rere, as to attack one of tho ranchcrias he
had to march 23 miles across mountains cov
ered with snow a foot deep. The approach
was discovered by tho Indian-, and they fled
to the mountains. Tho Lieutenant than di
vided his cumasand into two parts, sending
one, with tho pack-train, in tho direction of
McDowell, while tho other detachment lay
hid in the rocks. The Indians, thinking that
pursuit was abandoned, returned to their
ranchcria, where they wcro attacked, next
morning, lo-ingnine braves, whose ages aver
aged from 25 to 45 years. The women and
children and much of their property had been
sent to the mountains so that the troops could
not capture them.
Lieut Schuyler kept scouting through tho
Tonto Dasiu, and succeeded in killing eigh
teen more, making a total of twenty-aeven.
In ono of the villages ho found several tons of
mescal, which ho destroyed. The Indians
killed were recognized as Tontm, from the
Lieutenants Hice, Ikbcock and Schuyler
will start from three different points on the
1th of January next. They are to move on
lines converging in Tonto Hasin.
Lieut and Mrs Dodge, Capt Price and Mr
Hugus lelt headquarters yesterday. Lieut
Dodge goes to Apache, Capt Price starts on u
tourof inspection of the Military telegraph,
and .Mr Hugos goes to San Carlos.
Lieut Kagan and I)r Tompkins arrived at
Whipple on Friday and left to-day.
Ijave of absence has been granted to Lieu
tenants Fleming and Eagan, 12th Infantry,
of 30 days each, with pcrtnUsion to apply to
tho Adjutant-General of the Army for an ex
tension of four months.
In 1870 the United States Centennial Ex
jsnition of art, science, and the industry of
nil uatlont, is to be held in Philadelphia, as
the celebration of the birthday of the Rcpub
ic Every effort will tin made to have the
grandest exhibition the world has ever seen
rcat jwrtion of rhc succcj-s of the affair
will depend on the interest taken by individ
uals throughout the country. The Miuiuq
Lteot Silver City, New Mexico, ndvUes the
rganization ofanaxMKlat.oirin Grant cuu:,ty.
X. M., for the particular purKM: of collecting
ml forwarding to the exhibition specimens
f the mineral wealth of that section.
The idea is a good one, and if such an asso
ciation were formed in each county of Arizona,
nt once, and contributions solicited from our
miners and prospector, a collection could be
gathered together creditable to each county,
and of vastly more value in importance to our
interests, than any amount of single contribu
tions could possibly be.
Col Roudinot, of tho Cherokee Nation, and
Gen. Porter, of the Creek Nation, are in
Washington to advocate the establishment
of the Territorial Government of Oklahoma,
according to tho treaty stipulations of 1S60.
Delegations for a like purpose from the Sem-
inoles, Choctaws and Chickasaws are expect
ed to join them.
Anti-railroad matters are alworbing the
entire attention of tho California legislature.
The last stroke is the repeal of tho Five Per
Cent Law, which deprives the counties of the
privilege of determining for themselves wheth
er or not they will aid in the construction of
railroads within their respective limits.
Moiuvi: Count v. Tho mail arrived Thurs
day night, in charge of tho contractors, Messrs
WebUrr .t White.
A letter from Mineral Park informs us that
one John Roger, or Royer, started on a hunt
on the 8th Inst., cot into a snow-storm, near
Shcrum's Teak, lost ins way ana in-maps
neriihed. Strict search has failed to give any
clue as regards his fate.
It is stated that Gen John C. Fremont is
ufllictcd with cancer of the stomach and can
not live another year.
Oiitkoa, ono of tho dialwlical Mexican
fiend-, who took part in the Mission Camp
tragedy, is said to bo m jail, at Oakland, Uii
Ifornia. subject to the requisition of tho Gov
ernor of our Territy, who will, no doubt, see
that tho wretch is brought here.
The appointment of .Mr Caleb Cushing as
Minister to Spain is a "straw" which shows
that the services of a wily, talented diplomat
liko the old veteran, aro heeded at Madrid.
Caleb is fully competent to woik up a case of
-nrnr noace. according to orders lrom asn-
Nesmitli. of Oregon, has introdnced a bill
In tho lower house of Congress to transfer
the management of Indian Affairs to the
War Department Such bills Have oecn in
troduccd too often already; and, although
advocated from ovcry sourco best qualified to
ti tironer department for tho
management of Indian Affairs, tharo is that
behind the scenes which will send Mr Ncs-
rnith's bill so far down on tho filo that it will
never iain bo heard of.
Tho Sun Diego Union, of the 17th Inst.,
announces tho arrival in that city, and do
parture for Arizona, of -Mr Goo. I. Nagle, a
well known Ban rraneibco counacior.
EVENING, JANUARY 2, 18
(From Tusnlay'i Dally.)
As people in Northern Arizona arc most
mphatlcally interested in having more fre
quent mails lrom California, and have recently
signed petitions asking for mail service from
the end of the Southern Pacific Railroad at
Rakerbfield, Cal., to Hardyville, we take
pleasure in giving a statement of Mr Win, II.
Hardy, and a letter from Mr L. Stanford,
President of the S. P. R. R.
Mr Hardy saya:
" While the petition was in circulation. I
wroto to Mr Stanford, asking if he would not
help us, and received the following reply:"
Ccntkai. Pacific Railroad Co., )
San Francico, Cal., Nov. 28, 1873. )
Vm, 11. Hardy, fog., llardjUU Arizona:
DtAn Sin: Recehed your communication
of November 1st, in relation to the promised
mini route lrom UakerslieKl to llaruyville.
II your people petition Congress for mail
service on the projrosed route, please inform
me wnen you nave forwarded tlie petition to
Yi asinngton, as tlicn I slinll do what I can to
have the route established.
Lti.AND Stan for d.
" On reception of Mr Stanford's letter I
forwarded the petitions from Prescott, Wil
liamson Valley, and Mohave county, contain
ing, in all, about 750 name. to Mr Stanford,
asking him to do the best he could for us. The
paiwrs will probably be placed in the hands
of Hon A. A. Sergeant.
W. II. Hardt.
As the natural course wou'd have been to
have si-nt these jctitions to Hon R. C Mc
Cormick, our Delegate in Congress, and many
will ak why they were not so sent, it is ne
cessary to state that an impression prevailed
that Mr McCormick is in some way so much
interested in other routes that he makes no ef
fort to secure service on the proposed line, and
that the matter would be better attended to
in other hands. Whether the impression is
well founded or not, now there is an opportu
nity for Mr McCormick to do us good service
by endeavoring to secure the service asked
for. By it we could haTe mails from San
Francisco in five days, two days sooner than
at present, an advantage all can appreciate.
hilo Southern Arizona has enjoyed tri
weekly mail service for a long time, we have
in the past year only gained a little shortening
of schedule time over the old route, and the
establishment of a weekly mail to Hardyville.
Clamorous as we have been for yesrs, that
wj should be as well supplied with mails as
our southern neighbors, our claims have been
ignored. While a msil has been run regu--larly.
fr jsr- on the J$2d parale) to New
Mexico, from Tucsmi, there has been no ser
vice on tho equally important route on the
35th since 1SGG, A contract let out two
years ago wsi allowed to fall through for
r.asons the public iu this K-ction never knew,
and if at the coming letting we are again
ncglortcd in this important point, we shall be
still more vociferous in our demands for what
we believe to be justly due us from the U. S.
Post Office Department.
Capt Geo. P. Price, who started from Gen
Crook's headquarters a few days ago, will
proceed t6 Camp McDowell, and there ogan
ize a party of men, with whom be will make
a cloc rcconnoisancc of that portion of the
Military Telegraph line between Maricopa
Wells and San Diego, repairing, whenever
such work may be necessary, and so putting
the lino in a fir to be able to resist all ordin- i
ary telcgrapb smashes.
It is the great desire of General Crook and
Chief Quartermaster Rockwell to keep the
line up and ready, at all times, for the trans
action of public and private business, and,
with this object in view, they selected the
gallant Captain Price, who knows all the
weak points of the line, and will not rest sat
isfied until these spots aro strengthened.
Repair stations will very soon be established
at Stanwix and at other points along tbc.linc.
Assertions, pro and con, will very soon lead
to some satisfactory conclusion as to whether
Government might to own and run all the
telegraph lines in the country. Tho Postmaster-General
is anxious to prove that he
can operate said lines in such a way as to re-
luce the tariff charged by their present own
ers, and, by so doing, make a good thing for
Government. Mr Orton, of tho Western
Union Telegraph Company, believes differ
ently. As Congress will examine into tho
matter, wo can but await the decision.
m iM m
Skvkn murders, three suicides and ono
lynching, in one day, in tho Atlantic States,
shows a very loose, lawless and ungodly state
of society there, and discounts anything of
tho kind that has ever taken place in the
west. Still, tho self-proclaimed "saints" of
tho east of tho Howard-Colycr stripe
roll up tho whites of their eyes, look
wUe towartls tho west and lyingly pro
claim untruths about us bluff but law-abid
ing borderers. Ah, 'saints," look around
you, nt home, and purify men and things
The west can tako care of itself.
Tho only item of local news of interest in
tho Arizona Sentinel of tho 20th Inst., is, that
tho Feast of tho Immaculate Conception was
at that date kept up with unabated vigor.
No lack of Scnoritas, whisky, and gambling,
Gen Louis T. Wigfall, formerly U. S. Sen
ator from Texas, recently applied for admis
sion to tho Baltimore city bar. The custom
ary oath of allegiance to Constitution, laws
and Government of tho United States was
administered, and Wigfall was admitted to
practice u an attomiy.
74. Established 1801.
A. P.. IIAVM,
A 1.111 RANDALL
DON'T READ THIS.
Unless you wan't to find out tliat you can
Buy Oooda at Reduced Rates, of
DAVIS & RANDALL,
Grocorics and Provisions.
CLOTIIIXG AJVD HARDWARE,
TOIIACCO ASiD CIGAKM,
J3rug; and IMetlicirieH,
VVIIOJ-.lCeiAl.li: Ac -H.lCrVJiL.IJi.,
Who ar lu irir"t to HUH' OKT..S AND UUI.LION,
tod lauk. lltrrral adT.sora oa Hit huj. nofsi
tVu. Coar. Jons C. Tons.
Cory Sc JPottn,
CHEAP for- CASH,
NEEDED UY EVERYBODY
AT THKIR HTOItK IN Cr.P.UAT, WALI.APAI
MININU DISTRICT, MOIIAVK COUKTV,
We keep on band, a large Assortment of
DRUGS AM) MKDICIXES.
Call and See Us.
Walla pai Assay Office.
Cerbat, Mohave County, Arizona.
I Ivrjr tn inturm tbe rxi-'o.r. u.l paUie I. rraril thU I
li.ee opened n A.r OE- nt CtrUt. DUtrlrt,
wbfre 1 m iirerun-J to da ur wort I. U lloe of my
truelatM. I Le
Eedsod Price to Salt tU Titaei, vii i
filBcleA.MeitorteU, OM ud Silter ...02(0
Kltafrr Au7 fue C 500
Slnsle A.mti tor Copper. 0M .si SUeer. 1M
Slleer Hulluea raeltnl ud Altred kt 9 per te.L of nlM.
Pertuo. teadlar ore will uri ll.e futlowinr rule :
Pulveris lb ore. .bd mt thoroujrlilr . .end .tiout two
cm.cee of ert unip!e , If nun lb., me wepl. roerk
the umel. pi! tfiut.. Ke.ull. reea bjr retorn miJl.
fj ri-KTi, Aiujn.
Cnmp 3Iohnvc, Arizona.
Groceries, Provisions, Liquors,
C.tep Mbb.re, Aritnu, Jiiurr 7. 1BT3. J.l!
rw.tre to Inf.rrai tbe puhlte tbronfrt tbe median of tbe
UUIS, UtU tb'tr tilru.it !' eoj emlwiHI, kl
Tucson and Florence,
I. eno.ty Arirru. n a1 ay. filled witb fall Use.
uf uto fi"l u re needed la tbe Terr tury .ad lb.1 tbetr
ample fMtHtie tut -urrUiler and reniel.r; rd, eimMt
(been to eeU better Mtwle.. . lew mouer lba any olber
bru I. Stuibe.uni Ariiuo.
la addition to rejmUr itore article taey keep on band
IMXK LOUIEI. A.M NHIXCeLr..,
Mr rWi. .VToen-w ! Mr C41lirwoiJ, t rtnrerere.
rill be plre.rd la rerelte rail, from each eitUe.i sf
Northern ArimM. Nee MeirM .nd C.llfof til, m may
ft.lt, or pM UieM pUfe. nb22 T3
LORD & WILLIAMS.
PosVoffice Block, cor. Congress & Main Sta
TUCSON, ABI Z O ICA.,
Haie cwuUDUy oattesd .
Full Assortment of Merchandise
Adapted to the w.qU of Ariuwai. Tier alo are pre-
And to famUb
FEEIQET, GRAIK, KVT3 ALL ETKD3 Or PE0DCCE,
IVO A GENERAL 11UOKERAQB BUSISKSS,
Mnko Collections and ScU Exchange
oa .ay put uf tbe world.
Partte. from Northern Artiwn tUHIbc Thwoo. lll al.
w.yi end .or "latcb itrtn oat.' .p
r-K-TL-lXT. B.OCIIOA. S.B.PELOXO.
TULLY, OCHOA, & CO.,
We would eery mpectfulir call tbe attention of tfc.
people of the Territory to our Urge aad oonplet Mort
VI. 1. KINDS OF MEIICIIANDISE,
Which ue tll at the Lmtttt CoA Prtcis.
We Invite all toeiitmlne our etock before maVlor their
IOU.ll IL IjI.I, UtllUA, k t;u.
MAIN BTREET, LOS ANGELES.
This Fine and Comodious Hotel,
raitSIEltLY KNOWN AS Till. " BELLA UNION.'
lui been enlarged, refitted, painted, uid refuralibed la tbti
RICHEST STYLE THROUGIIOIIT.
ITH ELEOANT SUITS OK ItOOMS and ample ao
oommodatloni olTer ipeolal advantage, to local a. welt a.
to Matern vuuon.
The Table is not to be Surpassed
Out of Ban FrancUro, and U cotiitantly appll.d with Uia
rboleeit dellu-le. Nothlnir will lie left undone to rea
der tbe heme replete with ell tbeluiurUx, coavMilt.ce.
and appliance! of
A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL,.
The Weetem Union Telegraph Of5ot cemmunlcate
with tbe reading room.
The Hotel Carrlagea are oaManllr at tb. dli(l ol
W, L. UsTICKi Uanaxer,
YVSXLraK PEEUVIAK BARK, WITH Pi
l(f3r toitde of Iron, at Kendall'. Drug (jiote.
wjSa. DNK WEED EEMEDY OK OBEQOH lUIEU
pace Cuie.et nt. senaajj i urug Btcr.
Business & Profession ill Cards.
ATTORNEY and COUN8EL0R-AT-LAW,
Will iTrKtlrcl.il inrfriioo I. all lk Coutti of the Territory
ii.ii.CAitrri.ii. u.NCAirnsa, Jtt.
II. II. CAETTEE & SON,
Attorney and Counselors ot Law.
I'rr.tntl, Yavnpul County, Arizona.
Will attend to tul!rf-M Id .11 tb count of Ui Territory
J. P. IIAIIGIIAVE,
ATTORNEY and CO UNSELOR-AT-LAW,
Montezuma street, l'restott, Arttona.
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
JOHN A. RUSH,
Attorney at Law,
Will itrictlr .tteod to aU builwM en1niit-J to Urn, la Um
MTrr.i uraru el itecvni is i mory.
Prtapt Attn tics gfeentoColkctfaBi. .
J. E. McCAFFRY,
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-LAW
JtXaln Street, Tucson, A, T.
J. N. McCANDLESS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Ofllte, Sorlh Mlile at FIkz, Preott.
HENEY W. FLEUEY, "
PHOEAXE J XT ID C3-33,
Justice of tbe Peace and Notary Public.
WM. A. HANCOCK,
Notary Publio and Conveyancer.
Illank I)eclrury statement..
A.d Legal Blukit .11 Modi. Bill, ootleeted fromfilf
Ifca.lr, lUriccp. Co. Ariun Jan. frth, ISTt.
Attorney at Law,
Phoenix, Maricopa County, A.T.
OCre, I. tbe Newi De;t, cu tie. WhI tide of rbe riaaa.
A. E. DATIS,
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR- AT-LAW,
Kir. en) Park, Ksksvt Oocaty, Ariicaa, -
Will attead to Ufii rraBei la all tbe
eouru f ta
Territory i make odleetiure. etc
J. L. FISHER,
Auctioneer and Commission
Salesroom, North Side of Placsu
J. GOLDWATEE & BE0.,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
11 u oa baod, at V new SsJcxn, oa ortb ride of Plata,
cf .11 ktlre Uetber "IU. . Urg. tock ot
CARETOLLY SELECTED CIGARS
JLAHGII, NEW, COM J'LETE
WACOM AND ILACKSMITH SHOPS,
Gurley Street, Fronting on Granite.
AU llndi U nurkimltiltir;. AVagoa-BaUcf aad re
Urler dose la cuud ttyle by
feblStf FRED. O. BXECHX.
IAR AND IILLIARD SALOON,
Montezuma Street, Corner Gurley.
LARGEST AND BEST SAJLOON'
JA' A'OM'IIERy ARIZONA., , .
decldirtf A. U MOELLER, Proprietor.
WM. X. KELLY, V. A. STErHCSa.
Kelly & Stephens,
AXD DEALETJI IX
Tobacco and Cigars,
Fancy Goods, Yankee Notions,
Freh Fruit, Garden SeecLs, Ao,
PreMott, Juw; IB, 1873 JoU-TStt.
TVboleule and IletaU Dialen la
Crexerle., Prorl.loaa, Clothing
Hhoea, Llqnur., Crockery, Hardware,
Farming and fining Imptrmeati,
Southeast Corner of Plaza. Prescott, A.
rttAXK l'UBOMXA. TllEOrUIlXS LQUILLOX.
Purcella & Lolnillon,
ll.re bow- 6n band, attbelr IlniCK Stork, (R.reoWi old
tUnd), Ooodvla etn'.t, all fclndf or
CX.OTirWG, 3QOT$ An 8IIOIC3.
MINING TOOLS, LIQUORS, Ac.
Which they offer for Mle cheap. febetT
CHARMING DALE STATION,
Four Miles East of Camp Ilualpai.
Merer falling WATEH, la kbusda.ee. HAT .
and finAIN alwave ready for teamiter.
8. O, KOar.rt8. Proprietor.
T, H, OAHTttt ASP LAfir. fiitperinteodenU.
Of every elati and kind, atwayt on ha.d and for tale, a
th. MINSK cSlee. at prise saoh a no lawyer, Imtlce of U.
peace or other eEctr cos re&soubly ttd lavjlt rtvv