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WgggLY ARjgfynNgR: PRESOOTT, JANUARY 2, 1874,
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(From Saturday' Dally,
John naibti', uf the Pacilic Itrowcrj", pro-
.nil. I liiv - ca n
, ,. sn,i iiinln on ' regular wiiuienaiu t.us-
er4 a iniiiar jireauui, uu un.iwiiiti uay.
riic Floret lottery of $000 tvnrth of jew
... ,,.t. drawn Ulirislm.H night at tho l)i-
1 llO tlCKftH (iMttillL- tho lo
Ltrere nmiiburo.1 13, 10, 2t, lit), 81,
. . -e -u Til ill II. I irj llil. liw I
I 41, V), il 't U,f 1 ""l 4WI UU aI'U
), A I lliiriiti hum i. u, riauur tnuw me
i .,.,.( nr'i.'i -K9ii uncli. Inini'x lliillv
ml d I'. IVtor gut the next two $70
ltiru.nl SilsbfO and Dortaon won tho Ja-
.1 ... im nl 1 1... i-nllli. nt flm lVlrii.1
a TieUy "Blt.
jt evtry one givo cart' fill consideration to
i jriavv question : hlch would you jire-
. .,.,. I iih tint eac-. that ih'iiiiIi Kiioiilil
it sii"m -t i i i
... , r..,ii! inr ni'ii if a iiIl'L'it iiiiii man
ju are, oi, that you !h uhl rcilly uo a uig-
, r fwl than eoii miiijkwc you arc.
1 etit (. 1' Ki!n, f tho 12th Infantry,
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V r irtfcoti iuniiKns ami. ram urvoii,
r in r'.t Mohan, urrlvoJ at Headquarter
l'ctt Smith anl Sun Hall arrived in town
. .ii t n.. I I . ..I .1...
f j nt hllllU ' HIIVJf I'll1, uiiiik num iik
.rr ikhtit iirrnstnv on Kirkl incl Lrerk
n k i ! to thu Vi'uviu iniuini; com-
u) tc one year. Tho company are taking
M. p. ri. !i riirt Aiiil thi iiiitir) 14 liHiL'tiur ua
, ml any tune prenoui.
r V, V Jotiw In j)rHK.-ctinR a hue
a) i '! 't'suig to 1. McAtrer, of Kirk
I ! v, an-l if the ore prove ijom1
J i put up a Miielting furnace to re-
Te wkr;if general inorchnlie anil fancy
4! ma goixU at the Mlesnxitn of J. L.
tr i r"toneil until Monilar next, the
M .mt. f, 11 u'eloek.
M T W Brook anil A. IUnta itarteil
r 1'ua iu ttti invruing.
s. f ttc few Mexican citizen of Pre-
t, lu hate teen on a Uit to Sonora, re-
( Hi. Vau ct Mr awl Mr C. Hall lure
I' cil in C m Vallry, nl arc now fmrly
4ikcj n tueir wi(iei carwr, lit wuieu
H Keii'i v)u Mali Walb aal trthcr ftrm-
uf I'iii Hj Vlly, vre in ion recently,
1 i nay an I nibtr prirluee.
M' an I Mn Oftrgc Itinghart pael
Mr an I Mr Jam' lkaker onterlaluel Mr
1 ill y llirr anil many ulliera, at
- rr Iritrr, CliMtm Day.
Mr wl Mr Mhltci jKntthtir Chrittma.
A Unoe tt reocntly ci'en by soma ron
t ? T,;cr, ait uf which moTrinent and
O' a McM.tirit Ktrrno.x Coantcr LU
I m Itw ui Arlbmt itrultea tut rltcuoii
' tll oftWrjijiirtit htUl on tb tir-t
r- ill if in rrMAiii nr.. ui iim iiMiriMiiuMi.
i . I tl.it HKi.nlr, tM K1 of vttier on
;rar Jnmry rjtt, 1.S74, nl m prrpara.
i ! fa tin tion arcoMmg to iw, to till the
a-. b lfn tnilr. Who u n Wame ?
- y tep m kre t.-ilrn now, u rcmwly the
U ( r lli CmiiiI to trler a r.cwl
; t t at ikt, utfUr tb proiion iI Sec
t i uaptrr Piftr t"r.. Our atBtwm
i a h manirT nv wirc in ie
t a i I ivrl, th rvm.iu (vgnl'no-
lilif ti"clH)n t lx M l in tbe corHir
: ! wu cf Tuoon ami Yuma.
lTtUTit), On Satimlay, !). 27, at
a I t o e clock p. the f4hiMing
j tl! r Creel f Adlan Ixxl-e .N. 177.
i . t mul!ic n, errrHrHftijr w iwr
1 h, lro U 0KM. V. M . aMtctl br
i - r. ..... - : .
I . 4nt I rfJ:a. V. .M-; J. IV llargrare, ;
. J-.. AiirWrun, J. W'a V, J. Col,
i.t- Kl W YoM, Swrotary ; Alvirm !
Ila. " si). jVter Thmirn. J. D.;
- f rl UlhaWt, Slr-wanl; Jnln II.
f r, d Timm. S. Kutr, Mrbal.
i II F t I" S. Depoly SunrtjK-, and
I, o fc wi m ivwwi.. jii V..
' 1 ta ,r I tiHf fr tut a the Vonle.
i trt( tt Ji.-nnieL or like r to ba ocu-
... i ........ . . .
i . nt I lai Minx rervioe iu the Agut r rii
i T T..v a oiinplithmeflt of till work
i c.ry .ttu(iictory to tho tenter in
lrt, lluir ImuiuN are now defined
I 4 . .. .. ..
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K j l.annin talking about fencing tho plaia.
-9 ' i.ii "I" lillll l.lU1VtIIIU
! Ill . . I d il I... r...-. I ... I". l
Jj n lUible 1 aiKnding freely of his cash,
r . .1 i.i. .. i .1 .... .
"C Jinm-rdorc" FMter. of the I'uu'lie Urew
err, I'reHrott, ha newa which lend him n
b ilevo that his partner, "UuM ltodenlurg,
( now it) jitnt In 0.'rntmy), has captured a
uy little Detacher gal.
We think we have ho:ird nonio neinon sav
that IUjv O. A. ICeeder i trying to induce
citizen of this town to subscribe sulliciont
money to iiurehiwe und lluitdi tlmakeleton M.
E. C'hureh South. We think it would
bo ii good plan for the people of thi-.
town to purehase anid nuell, tix it up und make
of It a norl of town hall, in which preache'ra of
cery dcnoinlimti in might preach to their
heart content. Then, it could, an ocowion
required, be nsed for other purwcs.
New Goods. 0. P. II end & Co. have rc-
reived more nuw giMxla, conistiug of coal
oil, drekt good ol every description, toys,
which ought to have been hero long before
Christum, nnd nutucmuj other things.
asiier it to. received i wanon-load or two
of gowls, a day or two ago.
Oeorso and John Ilance. Frank Murmy ami
other Verdeau were here on Chrintmas.
The dcatli of Herbert Uowem loaves one
pou-tradernhip vacant; lhat of Fort Whipple,
which, we tbinkand hop. his brother George
Grant's huckbo&ril.drnwn by four fat, r.ran-
c'"g bono, atarted out Balurduy morning,
without a single or married paanenger.
Uryan's freight train Inim Khrenlwri: with
gooila for our I'roncott merchanta nrrivod In
town this morning.
Deputy-Surveyor 0. Jl. Foster, in nbout ten
day, will go to Mohave county, to extend
township Jln through WftHnpi District.
,.' : ,' 'lKfnnTiimlayUnlly,)
L. It. Stcvcnnon and I'oto Hmltb loavn
to-day for n trip to Oregon. Htcto JUchard
emu, of Wulnut Grove, govs with them. They
aro all old pioieeM in this region and will bu
UKuiy to come back hero . to upend the bal
anco of their lives.
AIoxKr. with which to DaV ta:. ten In
demand yesterday, it being the lait day of
grace. Gieat wiw tho "ruttllng." Thu fact
that, owing to an oversight of the Into chief
riin.rterma.nter, Gen Dana, the present chief
y. M., (Jol Rockwell, wan unable to pay out
(something over $100,000 which wan intend
ed should bo uncd here, as tho money wan
placed to tho credit of Gin Dana and will not
bo paid on the order of Col Kockwell. Thin
delayed contractor in meeting their ubliga-
mini wuii mc pcopie, consequently, the
"rustling'' to meet the demands of the Terri
tory nnd county.
St.s'ci: our reference lo the church building
in I'rencott, yesterday, wo learn that Huv O.
A. Header lin been quite nueccsnful iu get
ting subscriptions for tho purHno of piying
oil the indebtedncsn on tho building and fin
ishingit; and an all sects and persuasions
have nhown a liberal deposition to nid in the
undertaking, the church, when completed,
will bo open to ministers of the Oopol of all
denominations. We hope that all wtiodc.ire
to see such an addition to our town n.n a res
pectable church will make, will, now It is
nettled that it is not to bo iectarian, give as
their means will allow towards its comple
tion. W. W. Stnndifur, from California, gave un
a call Monday morning. lie ban quite a largo
bitnd of cattle getting fat on the rich feed at
WallaiKti Mouiitainn in Mohavo county.
Mr lyjren S. Jenks in now acting an night
watchman In Prencolt, anil should, at onre,
be empowered to make arreatn, and do other
acta in the interest of law and order.
(fros. WrdsriiU)-' DII-
Our thank are due to l'. II. Trotter, from
tte Km Verde, who presented u with a Hue
me of fmsh lUli on Tuesday.
The MiNf.a acknowledges being placed un
der obligations by thu (.'ol. S. X. U, and the
u agon-master if Bryan's fr Ight train, by the
trannmifMoii of u Inix of tyje through them
from San KrancUeo free of charge.
Sol Jackn, Smith Ball and party, from the
Verde, arrived in lonn with a wagon lotd of
flsb. duck and veniou, thin morning. Junt
iu tune for to-morrow's dinner.
There in a let tor at the Minor oflico for
Frank Drake. Hi present location is un
known to m.
The Hoard of SucrvlMr to day, sel an
order uNndniK the time in which the con
tractor is requited to einnpMu the county
buildings, to the HrRt of July.
Wo rail attention to tho advertisement uf
the A. Q. M . In our columns to-day, inviting
iruMil for furnishing supplies ol gniin, hay
anl wood, during the coining fiscal year.
Al-o, fur trantportatlon from the Colorado
rirrr lo the dilfe-rcnt miliiury kju in An-
Ariosa Ixiwr, No. 1, I. O. 0. F., )
l'rcut, Ieemtnjr 311, 173. J
At an election held to-night, the ful
luwiug uinceia weru elected fur the entiling
t rw: l- II. Jewell, N. 0 ; J. U. (i. .Mitch.ll.
V. G C. A. Luke, Secrcury; T. 6. Huir,
In.ulUtion of tho ofliccr next Wednesday
night, January 7ih.
We have had delightful, wann, ninnv
weather during the week, Ut night thetuth
wind lrgiiii to blow, and about 10 a. in. to
day, rain cuuiineiicid falling, and ban kept
Coming dnwn steadily all day.
Mm IMx-rt MMi haei,of O ikland, Cat., for
Hrrlv a rti'lfiiv of Pneetitt, came in by lant
Um' fnmi H.nl rille. She inmrs to louk
alter bnvuiw matter of 51 r Mecbam'a and
II. F. IIumoj with a full bmd of paenpers
ruin Ia Angele arrived yesterday. Her
A. GilltiHre, Chat4i f Fn W hlpiilc, wns
utu' uf the jriy. He rvturnn after a leAvoof
abveHtc. during which be hn viited the fiil
ern State. Tne oilier pacngi-rs were atran
gw, who names we he nut heard.
New Yeai'ii day wan warm enough fur Ap
ril, wilh a gentle miuUi wind, dry roads and a
clear sky. In Precoit ami at Fort hippie
s.-trt-rxl ladie kept open houee, and thoe
geni nbo had leisure made the usual round
ufcall. At Headquartera and Fort Whi
ple, .Mi" Gen. Crook, Mia Capl Goodale and
Mrs Lieut Wieling, reeivel their friend.
The ball at Miller Bros, in tho evening was
a nltasaiit allatr. The house wan full and the
merry dancers did not disperse until after
All persons wishing phoiogruphs or oil
portrailfi should call, immediately, on Flan
ders it Punolon, lor their stay will be iliort
Tho agents of ibe Cherokee, Chickasaw,
0ge and Choctaw Indian tribes arc jietl
tioning Congresn for the formation of a terri
lory fur the exelu-ive residence uf Indians, to
be called Oklahoma. It is probable, although,
that they will admit thu Atlantic and Pacific
railroad to be built through it.
, S H I '
During the recent wet weather In Califor
ilia, the mails gut soaked at San Diego suno
letters were rendered illegible, and a lot of
holiday gift bouks for Tucson booksellers
were totally ruined. So says the San Diego
His BhrcTioN. Tho election of Governor
llooth to the U. S. Senatu was received with
great rejoicing in all parts of California. In
tho upper counties, cannon wore fired, bells
rung, and general jubilation indulged in.
i 1 4 m
Thu very decided vote 141 to 20 by
which the Amnesty Act went through tho
House is tin indication that it will pass tho
Souato without much imposition. Should tho
bill pass thu Senate mid become, a law, nil tho
rebel leaders will ho restored to tho full rights
and privileges of American citizens, anil Jeff
Davis himself may ogain tread thohullsof tho
National Capital as a member of Congress.
Mr Henry Clew, the well known banker
will bo marriod in a few months to iWiis
U'orlhington, niece of Hon W, W. Dclknsp,
Secretary df War. -
i i sill
The rainfall at San Diego, California, sineo
November lit, measures 0.23 inches, and ie
even more in other parts of tho 8t3te,
AtVlilitil IIoIkIiU, l)crinlr T, ill lh re-Mence of
IltiKiulieMirMral lloorse Cniok, bj Ju.li II. V nury,
Ufulftiaiil I'tnierivi. 1.. Hi-iIk. ilH 7, . lufantry, In
MUt Ijiiim. dniiirliUr ct tit, lata llnlor l n,.,..,i 1'
Tim ceremony net tilurmcJ at 8 11. in., rtltatelr. and
n rwi(lijn ImU nflrrwara till 11. All Ike offlcon at II.iJ.
iiiMtr uai Tort Wlilpj.! wer jt-f nt In lull uiilform
with their wlvti jrallyattlrrd. fiveral of lh brlil-mom
cltlifii frknili from l'tii:ult alio called, Mr Men Crook
KUQlrndiil ltimiutl ul lOu'clwk. iin.l tl.n affair .e,l
olf moil r-kiu.inlly. The bride und jrinim emwl tho
linjieriunalloii of radiant liujiplnoM. Tie liappy i!r
lulled, Hunday mornlnif lor (Jump Amclif, where t.leut
l)l(fe l ilnlloncd, tla Tnciwn, a trip uf nbrnit SdO nill,
tarrying Willi them the betl wlihti uf nil their friend and
On Willow Creek, Decumbrr 1W, lu the wlfo of C. U
Ktruunjo, a daughter.
GRAIN, KAY and WOOD,
HKADQrAilTBUS UKIT 01" AltlZONA, 1
Chikp QiALTr.iiMAsTctt'H Ofnii; ',
I'llEsCOlT. A. T., January 1, 1971. 1
Sealed protKnalt In trlplicnte. with a copy of thli adrer
tliment atlnrlied to each, will I.e. remlted at thlitiHIre un
til noon, Vi:i)M:sUAV, AIAKCII 4, Ib7l, al whlrhtime
and plae- they will be opened Iu pretence ul bidder for
tuppljing nil or a reuonable projurtlon of the ll.irley,
Urn. llay and Wood, which may Ui required during the
Ctcal year, curainenclnf July 1, lb7i. at each vt the de
pot ami poet In the Departments Ariiona. Under Den
eral Onler .No. S7 War leurtment, A. O. O., ie7l,
similar proiuinl will alto Im received until the hour oud
date nbor inentioned, by the (Juarleraionter at ch of
lb" depot and I! In the Iejvartinent fur the Forage and
1'uel ivuird tler.
The riifbt ii reerrd by the United Slatee to pnrcbau,
during the C.cul year, iuiii iOantlUe of 1'vrage and Fuel,
at uiay be olfereil by. ami aoorptnl from Imliam at Catnw
Apnehe. (irant Mojave and Verde , and at the Sao Carlo
ami Colorado Indlau ItetervaUoni : award of contract
win t nwle i-r the remaining quantltlei required.
All iliri'ln-1 fiu-niihed mut be of gmtl merchantable
quality; Ui lie delivered at Ui h time and iu ueh quan
title a may be designated by pnqivr authority, drain to
be delivered In itrvng seeure savki, which are to betxime
Ihe property of the Ualted KtuUs, nnd Hay In stacks,
either baled or loot. Com to U of the kind known a
Amertia sed com.
The quantities below stated are appruilmat and ure
subject Xa lacreaie or dlmlnuatlon duriug the Bscal year.
Wuirru: Dci-ut axi I'ukt vvmrrLr. : larly. 51000
! Corn. ,VJ 0U0 Ih. llay. 1.MM.OIO lb. Hard
Wood, 00 cords. Soft Wood, IUOJ curds.
Yl'MA DKro-T: llarley, 'J3i,Wl IU. Hay, IW.OOJ IU.
Soft Wood, SOJ eurds.
Cxur AraCIIK : Harley, X (CO lb. Corn, Eft) 000 lb.
llay. I (US.UUJ lb. Hard Wood, SUO curds boh
Wood. 700 evrds.
CAkir novm; . - llarley. 2 500. Corn. 'SH.SOO 1U. Hay,
OXi OA) IU. llarei Voud, 3U cords.
CAMC 0 OAST . llarley l,).0O) lb Cora, C07.0UO lbs.
llay. ifJAiOUM IU. Hard Wood, JU0 curd, boft
Woo.1. VUl curds.
SAX rjAKUO -lUrley. 000 b. Cora, 171.090 lb.
Ci VI- Lon-CU. IUrley. W0 (f lb. Cora. SOl.OA) lb.
llay i.Tviiunu. !vn wuwi, i.auo eoros.
C.iMr Mi DowttX: llarley. 3UX0UOIU. Cora. 190,000
lb, llay. 7r3.UH lbs. Koh Wovl. COO curds.
CaMF MuMAVke-IUrley. 'i.V.OJO !U. llay, lii.OOU lb.
rwtt Wouo, ku euros.
Cir VKbliE: lUtley. 5'iJ.OuO ll. Corn. 5').0U4 lbs.
nay i,7uvuuuii. rkiit nooii, i.jju coras.
I'daT YVMA, CaL: Soft WuvA. VJ0 eords.
l'.acb !m1 must be aceontHiQk-d by a iruarantae.
slgnnl by Iwa mponlbU persons, lwi rrspootlbUily
must tie eerttned by an osie ui me U- a civil or military
Mttrsee. that la (w Uie U4 is aaeeptetl, Ibe bd.lr will at
vac esetite a euetnstt with a btUlaclory Iwad la one-
fourth the aoaxiat l the nouUvu-t. The ritht W rrliri t ar
r all tads is reservrd by the I'oiieJ Suies. litis mi
tty a una kwi4 oe tignea uy eeh mersuer tnereoi.
Iltonk ren s ol prermul and larthsr information may be
otHAttiM Irvm this cttioe, and from th Depxit and Tott
ISoie ores ol t-rstrali UtetMlnl foe this cr.ee lo he en
11 " i'rpoMls lor I'snus aad 1'uel." Of fur either of
tfceiu, ai4 ddreteU to th uodenlgsed.
lmai iwvil. under Oeneral Orders No. S7. to l-e a.1
IreMl to tk Qautmaer vt U Depot or I'ot for
en lei. lb tin is lelea.Iej atnl enutre4 u auuve.
lly order f the Deiiartmeat Command rr i ,
Assistant Det (J jArUnnsiier,
lint UeuL and Ad)lUt. 11 latantry,
nftl I t barge of offlee.
F R () 1 O S A L S
HUADQUAllTKllS DK1T OF AKIZOXA.
Ciinr ijiatkmatxs uincc,
roi-aCOTT. A T.. January
Sealed rt totals In trtidlcAt. with a rrr of thl adver
tlw-ineat attached toe-ch, will U received oi thl office
Woduesday, March 4 th, 1B74;
At which Urne and tdace lb will be opened la presence
of bsddert, for the transportation by land of Military sup-
lf, la ine llersuluiwil ol Altieoa, lor m useai year
cowHaeocng JHiy isi, irn.
l'rep"! will lw mad tor Itoutee a follows .-
Ttoiito No. 1.
Comprising the l'st new existing or which may be es
taMishcd is Use Department, dunug the tUoat ywar Hast
uf Ike ldora4o river and South of the 51th l'arallelof
Soith latitude wkleb are now suppbeil, or "jK0 tt may
hereafter be drculej U supply frwu Vuma Depot direct.
Tlie posts now esUMIshnl on this route ori Camps
Apuobe, Howie, (Iraat, lwell and MeDowell.
Route No. Ai.
Comprising th lsli now edstlng. or whleh may be es-tabttshi-d
In this leprtmetil during the risiMlyear. North
f th 34th I'arallel of NorUi latitude awl Ea.t of the Col
orado river, whleh are now suppei-d, or whtou It may
hereafter l decided Ui supply via llhrenberg.
Th rusts now establishe.1 oa the route are Camp
Verde. Fort Whlp4e and Wblppl De-t.
I'rut.als will also b reeieved fur supplying Camp Mo
IKiwell via thl route.
37v.oute IVo. 1-3.
I'rom Camp Mojaro to I'ort Whlfpl and Whipple Depot,
Camp Verde and Apacb.
Kiwi Iratel to be not less than ten (10) miles per day.
Haiders will state the rate In V . S Igul Tender notes,
nviiMiud. i-erone buudre.1 (ltW) Milea. at which they
wllltransiiortthesupplie. Thei- will give their name In
full, their residence) and l'ost tiBce address; bids mad a
by a Brut should be lgn-d by each member thereof.
Contructor may 1 required lo tranti-ort supplle t nnd
from joints, a recuumable distance. n.rt enwlmg I .VI
mile, ouulde the limits of the regular route, and bidder
ate requested lo specify In their pnr"l. th rule at
which tucb transportation, should it t required, will be
performe-l. to lie stated eprtely from rates for service,
within regular limlia of route.
lUch prop.al inusl oe rar-'-':"- -if 4 guaranlre
lgne.1 by two tesiwnsible perns, whoe resinslllllty
must tw certiBed by an Offlcer of tho V. S. Civil or Military
service, that In vi ih bid Is accepted, the bidder will al
race execute a contlsct, tfitb a satisfactory bond In oue
fourth ol its amrsint for in faithful eiecutlon, and be In
readings for crvlcs) July 1, 1874.
The right to reject any or all bldi U reserved by the
Knvelope should be rndoried " rn-pmAls for Land
Traui..iiallon, 1 and addressed to thl OlHoe, wh.re blan
forms of proiwsals and further Information may b ob.
11, order of Ih. D.rtm.nl Commander.
1st Lieut, and Adjutant SJd Infantry,
Asst. Depot (juartermaster, In charge ul Ofllc.
KTUICT COUUT 01' THE THIHD JU-
dlclal District of th Territory of Ariiona, Iu and for
juKKuuu si'luvax, ruintiir.
CL'KTIS C. HCaM and MaKV M. fllAS, bU wife, Do.
fendant. ... . ...
Iu puriunc of ileerre of forrclcnure in thl cause,
dalr.l leili day November, A. D. IbTJ, I shall eipo. fur
Kile a the law dlmcu, ntth Court-bouie In th town uf
Tresoott, Vlivapai eountv. Ariiona Territory, on Monday
the 2d day of february, A. D. 1874 at IS o clock M., tlw
premise dscrile-l In said decree as follow Tb frac
tional Kiuth half (4) of a outh-we.l quarter ( of eo.
tloa eighteen (If) and the fractional north half (I) of the
northwest quarter (1) ol etlon nineteen (111), in townshin
number Mveot TI7 ixwib "" number thfe Ci),
west of Ih Ollaan l Salt river base and meridian, oou
ttlclaa oaahaadred asdality and 1.100 oere of Und
" JAMEM H. THOMAS, Sheriff.
Uy 0. M. UF.nDEUT, Under-Sheriff. JanS
Xa------kAlt.TIIK l'ATK.VTPIM.S, VH (ill
VPSr tail gwiitt, al DR. KENDALL'S MoDeer
AZTLAN LODGE No. 177, F. St A. M.
AlleuuUr Meeting nt thl Lmlgeonlhe lull
Saturday of each month, at 7 o'clock p. l.
Sojanrntn brethitn are frnternallr Intlted
THOMAS CORDIS, W. M.
n. W. WKM.S, Secretary
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1. 0. 0. F., ARIZONA LODGE, NO. 1.
fSXXMi. Hegular Mooting! of tlili lyodgn on Wei!
3f5jJ nly Kventngt, at Mawnle Hall. Mem.
-fWV l(ir( of the Order, in good Handing, are
Invited lo attend M. D. CAMI'IIULL, N. O.
J. OOMISTW.V, Secretary.
All the nleet, frenhett nnd belt 1 1 A I It IMlKPUtATlOjii,
IWailei. Oils, I))ei, and Invlgorutora, t.ubin' Genuine
Trench DitracU, Soap, l'owdcr. and Cninietlquei. can
be hail at l)lt. KKNDAI.IS,
lan!n"73 I'loncer Drue Store.
post orncB, phescott.
Mnll arrive from all rxilnt, Momla and Thuridaya.
Detwrt, Wnlneiilayi, FrU.iyi and Saturday.
Odlre hour from 3 a M. to 8 l M.
Money (l-deri lunM verv day of tho week, except
Sunday. V OHt.ANDO AI.I.KH, P.M.
C. P. UEAJ) & Co.,
We respectfully announce to the people of Northern
Arizona, lhat w are now receiving a Urge Stock of
Or.Nr.HAL MUUC11AND1.4K, oomiiUng of
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Gootl.s.
Military Furnishing Goods,
DET GOODS, GB0CEKIES, PR0VI8I0K3. FL00B,
Dried and Owned Frulu and MeiU,
BOOTS & SHOES, CUTLERY,
rANCY QO0D3, OILS MUD PAINTS.
Rifle and Blasting Powder. Shot. Lead,
Fuse and Cartridges.
Iron, unci Steol,
Mining Sc Farming Implements,
ETC, ETC., ETC.,
WHICH 1VB WILL SELL, TOU CASH ONLY, AT
THE SMALLEST fOSSIULK MA HO IN AUOVE
COST AND CAHU1AOE.
C. I". HEAD.
JlyC73 JAKE MAHKS.
PHOTO Gil A P UI C 1
Tb Tjs4rs!srd tali pleasure In tafurmlng th eitlten
or fresoutt and vicinity that they have arrived, and or
prepurej to supply Uue Uesinnf it, witu tin I class
From tho Smallest Ambrotype,
To The Lnrucst Pliotornph,
rnnsHED re ixdia ikk, vtates or oil colos3,
V Lt im Umori a Wnr twtMrfituvnt vfitVa vml
Walnut y- Rosewood Frcuncs,
OV JSVKItY siz;k.
Wo Lave also an elegant selection of VELVET and
rAKU r QASEH, and l'ASSE rAll-lXJUTS.
ALL nnr I'lnnOusttMl are Irrrni finely Ilkliil't'HCti
MXJATtvR. and Evr.itT pierure is WAKRANTrti to give
l-erfect saluraclim in Er.KT This olau of work
lis. in l-Krfe iw-en ialnure.1 in tba Trirllory.
I'orct'lain Pictures a .Specialty.
Photoirrarib ropid fmm the aUAUXJT and VAIVTEUT
OLD nntuus to ANY SIZE, and finished as finely
though taken from life.
We bare a fine selection of Stereoscopic Pictures of
nimle'nt point made on our trip our, including vlewi at
'urt )Iohao. lteale Sprlnrs. and other localities.
d eo 23.1 w 1'LAN'DEItS i I'ENELON.
NIFTY SAL O ON.
AT THE "NIFTY,'1 ON MONTEZUMA ST..
THE T1IIKSTY CAN
GET GOOD WHISKEY,
RUM, GIN, BRANDY, KUMMEI,
SAVJOIC'X' Olt SOTJXt WIXK8,
And Tolerablo Water. Drop In.
Tho Farrell I repared to fiirsllb HOT OR COLD
LUNCHES, at the Nifty Saloon, nt all hour of th dar
or nigbL sefiXltf.
DAILY ARIZONA MINER.
TltC DAILY Mlnkk Is published oa the evening of
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday,
of each week, and will always contain TUB LATIWT, liEST
and MO.T lilXUIiLE KKW. that can lie procureil by Tele
graph, Mail, Eiprea and all other Ulr intant.
TKIOU Of SUHeCHll'nO.v-DellTered by carrier, .(wbo
will collecl every Satunlay), F1VTT CKVT8 A WKIK. Ily
Mall ffrce of Foatoge, HVE nel.LAU for Three Months.
On Friday, th WEEKLT MlNKlt, oonlaln'.ng Iclegrai-blu
news to th hour of going to preu, will be furnished all
AnVEUTlsiMO Uatca. One tnoh (IS Unci of thl tyrX
In column, W 03 for first Insertion, and CI SO rr Inob for
each Oildltlonul lusertloa.
A liberal discount from above rales will bt mod to per
son wbo may advertise largely by th year, half year or
JOHN II. MARION & Co.,
Publisher and Proprietor Dally and Weekly Miner,
Notice ( hereby given that a general election will lie
held at the Recorder' office la the vlllaee of 1'resoolt. on
Tuesday, January tbe olh, A. D. 1674, for the election of
tne loiiuwing oincer I
Slaynr, three Counrtlmcn, Marshal, Treasurer, Assessor
lVUsoi.cn at 10 o'clock A. M l close at 4 P. M.
JAS. 0. OTIS, Recorder.
Presoott, A. T., Dec. 57, 1HTJ.
The Post Trader's Store,
Fort Whipple, Arizona,
Keep for SI,
Oroctriti, ProvUhn, Can Fruitt, Clothwg,
Jot4, Shott SUtitmtrtji Fancy Qoodi,
WHAT LIVE 31 EN
Peace With the Apaches
A DAILY PAPER
RAILROADS COMING, TOO.
CiTOalL Boe, Porchm. and Chor for the Grand
Knock Dawn In Frli. declSdwu
CLOSING OUT SALE.
FIFTY TIIOUNA.VD DOIsfsAKM
Worth of Gooda
TO BE SOLD COST-
CAMPBELL & BUFFUM
liEINO DESIKOCS OK CLOS. NO Ul THEIR
Uuslaeu, a their term of oo-partnrshlp expires January
1st, lb7, offer their entire stock of
Our Stook Consists of rt Comploto Assort
IMtV GOODS, CLOTIflXG,
Wines and Liquors.
Farming and Mining Tools,
BOOTS and SHOES,
CisravH and. Tobacco,
- i .
tStatioiicnj,. $c, yc.
All parties having claim Ofainst a will present them
All parties Indebted lo us will please Mttle without
delay, and save -costs.
CAMPUELL ii BUFFUM.
rrerit, October 17, 1873.
TO THE PUBLIC.
New Store New Goods.
EVER OFFERED IN THIS MARKET.
WK TAKE THIS METHOD OF RESPECTFULLY
snnonorins to tbe publio that we have Inst received, ar
ranged, and are now selling and offering for sale. In our
NEW AND COMMODIOUS STORE,
South Sido of Plaza. Picscott, Arizona,
fOne dour East of Woraser It Wertheliner'O
AW 1MAIETVSE STOCK,
COKM1TI.XO, IX PACT, OF
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Gaiters,
Of all kinds and s'ae, for ladle, gcntUmea and boy.
OUR STOCK, HAVINO I1EEN SELECTED WITH
srreatcare br oae uf th firm, fwbo will remain In San
Francisco for Ibe purjos of buying more goods, at a
small adranr on cost) and with special reference to this
market, we ore ooarUent that we nan tell our goods
Than anr other House In the Territory. We an there.
fore certain that a lo quality and adaptability to th
want of tbe community our siook is uosurpaej.
For these rea.s we resiectfuMy solicit a share of the
ibllc patronage, feeling assured that our goods at
prices cannot fail to give entire satlitactlou.
V?' Currency Ezchangou fr Gold DatLu2II
II. ASIlEIt Sl CO.
rreeeott, November S3, 1S73. Bv29tf
HcslauruiU, Bukcry nnd Saloon
Next door to tbe Miner Office.
FRF.SII IIKEAD, IMF.S, CAKES
Furnlshcil by the Week, Day, ar Meal,
the following irlrea I
Per Week , Ten, dollar, currency,
Hlngl Meal.... Bvnty.nf cent.
Good I-ager, Tleer Wines, Liquor and Cigar, kept eoa
suntiy on nan. i, lor uie acoomraoaatioa
JOHN 8TEMMER, Proprietor.
Prescotl. .tpni w, inu.
North Side of the lMuzti, I'rrscott
Ilavini; purchased and refitted tb above old and well
known stand, we are now ready to furnish th publio with
Excellent Lugof Beer
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
We have alt a new stock of
Imported Wines, Liquors, and Cigars,
And rpclfully solicit your patron I, .
RODENBUBCI it CO.
rrticcrt, AriKsa, January JS, 187S.
JLOOPER & CO.'S COLUMN.
JAB. M, BARNEY
Elieabtrf and Yuoa.A.T
8aa iraLdico, California.
WM. B. HOOPER & CO.
Br Every Steamer, Assuring Full and
Fresh their Varied, Select, and
Irom. European, Eastern, and
San Francisco Jlfarlcets.
To Merchants,' Store and Station Keeper, Miner, Liquor
Dealer, Ranebero and Transporter at ral. which
gnaracU satisfaction. .'
Through CoiTMjxradenti In tho CHIEF CITIES OF
THE WORLD, ORDERS ARE FILLED TO THE
Of Prodoce, Merchandise or Moehlnerr for Storage, 61
or trannnlulon or attended to STRICTLY IN AC
CORDANCE WITH INSTRUCTIONS, and to th
best Interest of tht owner.
THE MOST PROMPT DISPATCII AND CARE
FUL DELIVERY ASSURED. Th connection! and
arrangement are perfect to trtry point la ths Territory.
GOLD DUST, GOLD AND SILVER BULLION,
U. S. Rood, Treasury Draft, Legal Toadr, Soldier'
Warrant, Banker' Draft, rd good Commercial Paper,
Grain, Hide, Wool and ALL TERRITORIAL AND
MEXICAN PRODUCTS bought at Tula FOR CASH ;
or advance mod a may be desired.
Our Stock is Complete.
OUR CONNECTIONS THE BEST. And w. srfftr to
th people uf Arlxoaa, Sonora and New Mexico Induce
ment not obtalna I at any other bosjo on th Pad Co
norltf WM. B. HOOPEn V CO.
MONTEZUMA BAR & BILLIARD
MONTEZUMA STREET, PRESCOTT.
We have recently renovated and fixed un our saloon In
Cat iyl, aad hare none but tbe cboicett
WINES, LIQUORS, and CIGARS,
FOR OUK PATRONS AND THE PUBLIC.
Whvre two of J. Strahle .tCV finest Table, with
Delaner Patent wire cushion, whleh or far uoerior la
any other now In lit. BiUUrdUt will pleasv call and
We hare a Club Room, for gentlemen, attached to th
u, A. LUKE it OO.
Prescott, Angust3, 1672.
aYo. 18 South Montezuma, St.,
(Opposite Dan HaU's IteiUurmnt)
Being constantly la receipt of frtsk arrivaht. nottalr
good ar oa band.
r unners proJuc ana marteung wanted In tacbange
Call and get bargain, either for exchange, greenback
or gold dost, at K. Menrham' old ttand, where you wilt
find the undersigned or hi assistant ready to aooomnut
date at all time. K. 0. ROUE11K,
Prvsoott, June 7, 1673.
ALL KINDS OF BUILDING LUMBER KEPT
constantly oa hand at tho QuorU Mossttaia Saw-Mill, five
tulle miiUi of Pmoott.
All order tent through tb posl 8V will b promptly
ananeuto. t erm can oouuvit at to mm.
JEQ. W. GURTI.
Prescott. A.T., 8f 1872..
TVG,tAQ-VOt,,A WATKIt, FMlllIDAi
VCS. Water and tV best Wright' ColPfue, Frosts
Md(JBttlBe,tDK. KENDALL'S Fiootcr Drug gtoiw