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Tho Borry-IIurtly Cotvovorsy
Mr. Hardy's Rejoinder.
HAMYvn.i.i:, Miilmvo Co., A. T., )
iKcoiiibvr 122, li7a.
Tv the Klit'ir vf tin: Arhonn Mintri
I)t:wt Sm In t ho Arion.'i Scntinrl of tho
fltlt iut., I t i ml a loading article devoted to
tliu !Mlrt'iroMMiUUlon of me, personally, ami
if the inhabitants antl intoroots of northern
Arizona in general, which seems to call for
a rply.
I much regret the necessity which compels
me to introdiico to tho notice of respectable
people an individual ho jottliar as the editor
of the Suntinel, but people at a distance
might itingitio that the flatulent iudivid
ual alluded to, whose name appears at the
head of that sheet, is a resiKnuible man, ami
so attach undue importance to hi asser
tions. Wo, however, of the northern part
of the Territory, too well know the peculiar
Itle. of character which distinguish 'his corpu
lency' from all animal', except the swine, and
are quite prepared to "consider where it came
from."
The statement, in the article referred to,
which mot needs reply, is that which charges
inn with trying to "crcato a sectional feeling."
Now, when Herry penned this, hu knew he
was writing a most malicious and deliberate
lie. Speaking, not only for myself, but for
the citizens of northern Arizona, generally,
I assert that nothing is iarthcr from our in
tentions or wishes than to obtain additional
mail facilities, or other government patron
age, at the expense of any other section of
the Territory. I do not believo that Yuma,
or any other county, has more mail facilities
than arc required by the necessities of her
inhabitants; but I do claim that northern
Arizona is unjustly discriminated against in
this regard, and is fairly entitled to direct
communication, by mail, with central Cali
fornia and Now Mexico. That McCormick
is rcsjionsiblo for this state of attains is a fact
too patent to require proof. Ho could not
induce the proposed contractors to dicule,
hence his misrepresentations to the Postmas
tcr-Gencral which caused the abandonment
of thu route.
As to the other portions of the article, viz:
the senseless drivel about the candidacy for
Congress is a mere drunken phantom of
Berry's brain, which, his acquaintances be
liove, is located too near the seat of his pant
aloons to be a proper subject for discussion.
As "ScroogV was haunted by tho "Ghosts of
Chriitmases Past," so perhaps was Berry pur
sued by the spirits of the year 1864, when be
had the enormous impudence to announce to
the people of Arizona that he was a candi-
their votes for that office! The bistorr of
that little circumstance is too recent and
well remembered to need repetition now.
JCt tt remain embalmed, as it is, in tho mem
ory of Arizonans, a very monument of pre
sumptuous folly and ridiculous self-assertion
Yours truly, Wm. II. IIaudv.
The "Hub ""of the Gila.
Florence, A. T., Dec. 15, 1873.
Thinking that a few items from this valley
might not be amiss, I will give them:
First, I will notice the death at Adamsville,
last March, of Wm. Bichard, at the head of
the Arm or W. Bichard & Co., of Adamsville,
and with him died all the enterprise and busi
ness of the place. Sinco then Adamsvillo bus
rapidly descended in the downward scale;
ber stieain grist-mill, where was ground nearly
all the tlour for the territory, now stands
idle; her stores, blacksmith and carpenter
shops, and her "whisky mills," where are
they 1 " Knowing rats desert a sinking ship,"
and one by one, the inhabitants have left,
until, now, there arc only four white men left
in the place; its rows of buildings stand epmly
and unoccupied; the silence of death reigns
in them, broken only by the hootings of the
owl and wbip-or-will. Even teams, that
used to load and unload here, now go round,
and do hot even pass through the place, if
they can avoid it. Mr Collis, saloon-keeper,
is still there; Mr Somers, Justice of tho Peace;
Mr Knowles, and Old Stephen Bichard. Old
Stove still hangs out hi flag, and presides
over a skeleton store, n mum grist-mill, and a
dried up whisky-mill. It takes Somers all his
time to take cure of Steve. He will break the
peace by getting into a " muss " with ta ngle
leg whisky, and ulwuys comes out second
best. But now even bis whisky has failed.
Cbas. Mason told mo that he was over there
the other day, and the whisky-mill was dry,
and Steve badafacaaslongasajackassl The
flory of Adamsvillo has departed and gone to
lorence, her fair, young rival, three miles
farther up the valley, whoso inhabitants show
a more laudable spirit of public enterprise.
N. B. I am told that tno grist-mill, which
has been standing idle for nearly a year? has
rescntly started up again. I think it is tho
last kick of u dying calf.
Tho mining interest in this section is be
ginning to liven up some. A party started
from Wm. Long and Thomas lrvins' ranche,
this morning, to work the Globe, u silver lead,
taid to be very rich. While M. Rogers, of
Florence is out with a party, working the Sil
ver Queen, report has it, that they havo re
cently struck it very rich, and Silver Queen
stock is on the rise. Mny thoy continue to
rise till gold eagles fly through the air as thick
as blackbirds. Down at tho Sacaton mine
they are putting up a furnace.
Born, on tho 15th inst., to the wife of John
Simmons, ( " Dutch John " ) a son. Now,
there may bo nothing remarkable in this ; but
when wo stato that it weighed seventeen
pounds ! you will allow that it is a little
above the common; in fact, it goes far Into tho
extra! Como to tho Gila river if you want
big babies!
Your young Daily Minek's aro bright little
chaps. The people hero seem to be favorable
to your new enterprise, and wish you luck.
May thoy flourish like a green bay tree; may
they grow to bocome a power in tho land.
I will try and havo more news in my next
communication. iiumiu.coee.
Tho Springfield Republican, commenting
on tho incarceration of Win. M. Tweed in
Blackwell's Island Penitentiary, truthfully
says:
It U a pitiable- pectaclc all tho more pitiable
for tbe coutruat wltb a few years ngo; no humane
man can view it unmoved. Hut no honest man,
no Jut man, no mail who love bis country, no
man who believe lu (iod, can help rejoicing that
retribution biu overtaken a jrroai public plun
derer that tbo original ioi" Is, to-day, a con.
vlclcd felon, ll Is ttiu grandest and most aus
picious event In our history ilucc Appomattox.
Tweed, In bU striped clothes, Is a sign und a
warning, to tho .IfiilfliAiiico uf which even the
most obtuse of tbe younger "bones" cannot lie
'wholly blind, or wholly iudlUcrcot,
There is Dick McCormick, whom they my
Miss Thurtnan, the Senator'.! daughter, is to
marry this winler, just turned forty-one, fresh
in face, (straight in figure, gentle and win
ning in his address. o i yet nblu to get
every two yours tho suffrages of the rough
miners among the Apaches, who make the
si nt qua uwi that hu shall travel two thou
sand mile by stage, annually, to let them see
him. A few years ago as he was returning
in llii way ue'rovs tho desert, tho stage driver,
drawing lii.t long whip lash suddenly back to
loach the loading liuri', struck McCormick
in one ol the most liquid black eyes you over
aw, una with tho pain lie limited. 1 ho des
ert alkali, glistening in tho burning huh, so
uritateil the orb in that part or the journey
cimiliutit; that n lonir mid uanucrous illness
followed in darkened rooms, mid when tho
young delegate reappeared, his hair was
gray, anil one of the eyes which looked at
gladdened Iriondsbip boru a slight resem
blance to tbo Bight hyu ot tho Commander
n Hret Marten story ot that name. At this
period Richard foreign traveler, editor and
asuincton correspondent found lavor in a
pair of good eyes, as bright as his own, and
we shall soon havo a contradiction of the ad
a"c that marriages arc not made in Wash
ington. New York Graphic.
The l'rescott Anizo.vv .Mineii Is now Issued
dally, Instead ot weekly, as hcrotofore, wlilcli
speaks well for tbe prosperity of both town aud
people. I Virginia (.ovnua) tdtturprlse.
The Daily Auizo.m Mi.nku has been Issued by
J. ll..M:idou A Co., und the weekly Is made up
trow it. .Now a telegraph lino Iris veeu vault-
llshed to l'rescott a dally iaicr is a tieceslty. We
wish tbo best fortune tor tho neat little d.iliy nnd
Its enterprising proprietors. Virginia (Nevada)
inrouicic.
Tun Ahizosa Minf.h, hitherto a weekly, comes
to us as a dally, but coutnlus the tutijl amount of
snud aud alkali. It Is a neatly printed little paper,
about the size of the ltevclllc, und contains a
Krcat deal ol live local matter. I Ueeso River
.V-. l l lit..
l.vc.uuui uuveiuc
Wo havo received the initial number of The
Daily Ahizona Mineii, published at l'rescott,
Monday evening, December 1st. Wc were uvvaro
some time ago that brother Marlon entertained an
Idea in this direction on tho completion of the
telegraph, and we uow extend to tho first dally of
Arizona a cordial greeting. The Dailt Mineii It
a "live paper." (San Diego Dally Union, Dee.lt
How doth tho mighty eagle squirm,
And squeal and squirm again,
Aud look, the while, to Spanish eyes,
No bigger than a wren.
Tbo Kecdsburg, Iowa, Freo Press employs wo
men exclusively. It says: "We havo a calico
foreman,' two dimity compositors, nnd tbe sweet
est llttlu devil lu pink musllu to bo fouud any
wncre.
PRESCOTT.
riOXEEK DKKi STORE
Prcscott,
Arizona.
On hand and for Sale:
AVER'S, JAY1VCS, BUISTOL'S,
IIULIJ AND IIAIX'.H
Family Medicines,
And a fall auotlmratof th twtt latrnt Medicine
now Id th mtkt wamntnl frh an 4 reou!n.
Fancy Toiltt Articles, Soapt and Perfumery,
And a full lupply of Disrcxsno MEDICI.NU.
Ph)rlrlana, Preicrlptlana crtfutly and aenr
attly CompoaoJl. OKO. D KENDALL.
CP Dk. KENDALL'S Offlee In rear of Drur Store.
Jan27T2
ANTELOPE RESTAURANT,
Ourlev Street, North Side of tbe Plaza,
PKENCOTT, AKIZONA.
Tha rrorrletorof this lleftaarant rrct
fully announces that ha will ipara no jxiln.
. in mennff lu inn uuiet 01 jwinmi
I..T. will h. Mm UHl at .11 hwlM ill hi
day, and the table tuppiletl with Ramn, ac4 tbe cbolrett
aeuraciei tnat can be procured. Urerytmur; clean ana
errea up in we wl tiyie.
T. WHITEHEAD, I'rorrietor,
I'reieatt, November S3, IS72. uurZi
II V Y YOU It
FRESH MEAT AND VEGETABLES
.... AT TUB....
PIONEER MEAT MARKET,
GRANITE STItKET, PHK8COTT,
Eat plenty of both, and you will soon be ai tiong as an ox,
a fai A butter, and as stout, around the waist, ai a 1'reel
dentlal Quaker.
l'reMJOtt, Auguit 12, 1671.
BATHS,
BATHS
The Bathing, Hair-CuttintT and
SHAVING SALOON
JOHN "W. X3k-"VrIS,
(Formtrlv Otto'.)
One dorjr north of 0. P. Heul k Co'i lirtck store, ll now
ekiranUy and oomfortablr fitted up, for tbe accomuioda
tion of cuitoiurri, who are reirectfully inylted to call,
l'rescott. April la. 1B73.
L. 13. JEWELL,
Watchmaker, Jeweler
..e.AND.es
A S S A Y E R ,
On the South Side of the Plaza, Frescott,
DEALER IX
CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Jewelry of All Kinds Made to Order.
Repairing Dono Carefully and Promptly.
Gold and Silver Bullion
Refined, Bought, and Sold
!"i'AU kinds of ore iTntnptly and rrely awayed.
decaradnr
m PBESCOTT
HOOT & SHOE FACTORY
Bb. West Side of the Plaza.
Custom Worfo Made to Order
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE,
Trench screwed and nailed boots made to ordtr, at f-
dnred pricei. f, h, WILLTBORAIT, Proprlstcr,
J'retrotl Arliona, June 23, ItTX jtSctf
I'rlnte4 In guA style, oa IlAok nU r!',. sale At lb
MIX KB OV1M,
WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER:
AVICKENBUUG.
WiCKENIURG HOME STATION
or tiii
ARIZONA STAGE LINES,
JUNCTION Ol THC
tl'cson and ,vickeni.uhu
AM)
PRESCOTT. SAN BERNARDINO
-AXU-
T C 12 li I IN 12 S ,
ONE Hl'XDrtEIi MILES East of Ehrenberg ami the
Colorado HUvr, Ninety miles south uf Prescwtt ami 1 hrce
liumireu nine, t.uii m nrrunnntm ; omy mii it c.i
ir rinrmc ami (Jne lliimlre.1 anil Twenty inllrs ci m
Florence, and On. Hundred una Eighty miles West ot
Tucson, offers
Good Accommodations to Travelers,
VI i. llunrd nnd Ixidglng. a Hnc Cm rut, lUrlry und
Wlirat. llay fur HU- a lllnckitnltli nml Wnn li"l fur
rrir of nnguni and (luring Hunri. A In) cuniUntly
hu hiiuu, nntt '
PROVISIONS ANI OKOCKRIES.
All at iraon:ibl trlc. ami erry Mtrntkm cUn to th
traTeltui; puutir to maiemnr iwtotirn n viraiuini our.
JAMKS (1UA.ST, IWrirtor.
J. II. l'lKUSOS, Suierinteudent.
leHTJyi
M. L. PE It ALT A,
WickenbtirK, Arizona,
Dealer In
GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
CLOTHING, PROVISIONS,
HARDWARE.
Mining and Agricultural Implements,
POWDER, FUSE, ETC.
fb2172
MAGNOLIA SALOON ,
WICK EN HUH G, A H I 'AOS A .
Tbit well-known and popular place of report hat apiln,
throuch i pi ration of leae. fallen Into the band, of lu
owner, A, II I'eeplet, under whoee direction it will cod
tinue to be ran for tbeaccommodatioa of tha public
THE HAIl, (wrblcb U attended to by Tom Vloursny,)
will, at all timet, be found well .applied with
THE 1IEST UUAMDil OK
Wines, Liqtiois,, nml Cigars.
THE HILLIAHI) H003I
corivvi?rs two 'o. x a'vuLics.
Adjoining the Saloon, and beloarin; to Mr. Peeplei, It
A COIl U A I..
Where .lock will be fed and otberwUe attended to"
anl3 A. II. PEEl'LES, Ilopritior,
II. NIVTS'IVVSSJE
HAS SOW 1.1 111. (TORI AT
Wlckciiburg, .Arizona,
A full and complete auortme.t of
EVERY CLASS OP GOODS
Uinally aept In Country Store., and pledjret hlmtelf to
deal Juitly. yet, liberally, with all penooa who may par
chae of nim.
No uh In namlnir certain artldei. when my ttuak com
prieei eeery article that ll, or may be needed, by beadt
of families, hotel and buarding-hout. keeper., misers,
larmen, luxtmKn, etc.
Come In tbe momlnj; come In tbe erenlnr: come at
any time, and you will find myself ot- assistants prepared
to rurnisu wbaueer you may desire,
decent II. MA UNA SS K.
YUMA COUNTY.
BEST AND CHEAPEST
Freight and Passenger llontc.
rnoM
San Francisco. Cal.,
TO
-STXJOM-A., ARIZONA,
VIA
OUAYMAS, LA PAZ, MAZATLAN,
And Other Mexican I'orts.
THE COLORADO STEAM NAV10A.
tlon Cimr-toy's excellent .Steamships
NEWBEBN and MONTANA leate Han
Kranclsco erery twenty days lor Mexican
ports and mould of Colorado river, connecting with river
boats. Krclifht landed at Yuma In twelve (12) davt from
San Pnuiciscx.
Agencies of the Company nt CIO Front Street, San
t rancuce., aiiioruia, una anil r;hreritierr, Artiooa.
I. l'OI.HAMUS, JlL,
aujjStG Oeneral Suerlntendent,
i
Passage at Reduced Rates.
Yuma to San Francisco,
Per C. S. N. Co's Steamers :
Cbln
8tera
40 Coin
25 '
pir Accommodations FIrit Class. IS ."
I. l'OUIAMUS, Jn,
nov8tf Oeneral Nupeilntendent.
Yuma Xiur Store.
GEORGE MARTIN,
Wholesale and Retail
DRUGGIST,
Main Street, Yuma, Arizona
Hat Id store a full Un. of
Disjx.'ii9inr Medicines, Patent Medicines
Drugs, Perfumery, Paints, Oils, Toilet
Soaps, Toothbrushes,
And alt other articles usually kept In Dmc Stores
Prescriptions put up wltb (freat care.
Orders from the country solicited, with the asturanc.
thai pnoes, ae , win ixi louna uusiaciory.
OKOItOK MAItTlK.
Yuma, Arizona.
deo2371lf
Tilton's Steam Washer,
WOMAN'SFRIEND
Jllinc II. nilOOKS, of rrescott.&as Die risht to man
ufacture and sell these machines, and be will be pleased
to give further Inforuiatloo concerning tbem. Th. price
of a machine ber. will nut fall fir short of t23. 1 hi.,
owing lo tb. fact that tt. twttomi of tuosa now made ur.
of copper.
On. of tbes. washers can b. sera at tb. .tot. of ft, C.
Ilojers, nouth Iontesuaia Mtreet. jlyWtf
PACIFIC BREWERY.
MONTEZUMA 8TKEET,
Next door to tlio Mmnn Olllce, Prescott.
C.OOD LAUEIl HEEIl)
Liqnort and Cigars,
A) wars on hand and for sale.
JOIIN UAIDLE, ITorrl.Hr.
" Trwcott, Jsniury 13, 187?,
J'RESCOTT, JANUARYJ,JS71.
LEGAL.
Application for Patent.
v. s. land omen. t
DrcnnUrr a. iriJ. )
Mine rmininir nnren nunufm reei in emiuinij
litx'iliiii Imia i. Jut of l.ririntilnir a iimnument betnren
the fcutli luiimlury ft tbe llai.y Iff Otiupany and tbe
ui.rtli Imiindary uf the IlibetnUn Ctiiniwiii) ' claim. It fa
liltf.lie Kli mini sit liumlrtsl () fret in width, ulusted
In L'eilr Valley Mloitiif Ditttirt, County uf MpIhm. and
Territory it Arlrxmat and iletrrilml, In the lat and field
i, ,,l. i,.,i. nn hit, III ttil. iitltce. k. Ktllim.. till
Cniiiiiii'iicinif at a tminumeni i,f iptirti limit from the
l,edir 3 f'et it Itiche. hlitli, N. '.t.'J 4V llt from the
i.ruin.il miMiiimriil el the Hul.y Dran lui.Ulllruwni'U 'i'.
nnd .N. M- l' r.7.'i clialti. (ruin the luitUl i.ilnt Winn the
apt t f a lilKh I'Miit cf r lt In a .hrp lnd f l'..iitle
Cahon, a lnM ill.laiii'e .elm h. the I-edire ( r(e
nml twin the Hibernian cauin ! Theme S, If." 45' W 51
link, tn ulatt ol the li.iHy Dean mine, and 'M
link. In Dal.v Dean tiiiiniinciit. l.'i rh.iln.
uj-riM. iritlrh to liinnilincnt of nu.irtl rurV nt the N V, rur
tr i thence S IT I.V Iwt TJ ch.iln. to inouunient of
cr.mite, Mti( the 8. W rntner ili.t.int fnun a wry lame
irrunlte Imiilder In the (lap. u a mU'e where the trail
cri-.e. under lllilncenw I'eak. SJ W( .t 1.114 eh
thlt nicV l-aflriiiii the .iitnielt of Iturcli I ViiV N til :r I! ,
(hi nee 32 4.V I'.. lK.iliu' 1 . MtireUnd't t ilt 1 51 ch.iln.
inixiuinent K. I.- 4 411 chain, hmi the main than
ami work, of thn Uihernhiu illne; thence '.it' ch.iln. front
monument ot cratilte in ruilne (H. I.. corner) . thence
IS" e t '.".' TJ chain., rron.inir deep Mi itie to innnu-
ineut (if (Iranite un tiijidt rlde; thence S. IT.' 45' W. i..l
ch.iln. to iolnt nf beginning fruin which the water In
Kle Cnni.n U-arn 8. :' .. f.irire Wi.ri M V
t'linhilnini SOS'J ncren. K.iM liathn lelnn recur Jed lu
t,V 11 nf Mlninr 1!ecinl. folio 1'."' of (mint of M.ih.ne
I he niltoinlnc claimant, are I n the .oftn naity
llran Company : and upon the Snilh, Ileirlna Cuniany
all Win; locauua U.in tlie Hope lnle.
il.-CjtlO XVI 1. 1. 1 A. M .V, KKI.I.V. Heliler.
Probate Notice.
IX TIW fnOIIATB COl ItT,
COCSTY OF YAV-
pal, Territory of Antna.
In tbe Matter of the Estate of
JOHN HENRY L0UI3 WORTJIAN, DECEASED.
Tht TtmtoTj of Aritma srmfi Grtettnj
In runuance of an order of this Ourt, made nnd enter-
cilouth 'Jtith day of NotemWr. IcTJ, antice Is herebr
(rtven that. I'riday. DecemWr the St.th. ll-TJ, at lOo'clncV
A M. ol said uay. nt the court n.uu uf this i:ouri, in tne
town f l'rescott. County of Yavapai, has bn npnilsted
for hearing tbe application of John Italble, pra) tnif Dint a
document now on file In this Court, purrt)nif to te the
UM will anil testament ot John Henry tx'iii. nmlniiu.
deceased, lie mlunltted to proliate. nml that letters testa
mentary be Wued thereon to s.ild John Italble. who i
named 'therein as esecutor; at which time and place all
iersons Interested mav aliar and contest tb. same.
lin.Mlv . t l.r.L KY, i'rolate Jul(e.
l'rescott, November 26, lfcTU.
notVVtl
iNOTICB.
KNOW ALL Jir.X II Y TIIRSR I'llKSENTS. That
1, the undersigned, claim and have this day located and
taVen p.esion ot, lor agricultural and graiing tiuries'
a tract ol land described as follows :
Commencing at this state, which is in tbe aortheast
corner of the claim, and running south one mile to a stake;
Uicoce west one'fourth uille to a stale ; thence north one
mile to a stake : thence east to place of berinninir. In
eluding what Is known as Slalpals Springs, about forty
eight milrs northeast from Camp Attache. In Yavapai
count. Aruona. and on tbe roo4 leading from said Camp
irucoe u .ew jtezico. jir.uiL iu..- i.l.a.
July -.urn, Iff. J.
NOTICE.
KNWV ALL MUX I1Y T1IESK TOKSKSTS. That
I. tbe undersigneit. claim and have this day located and
taken uessln of, for agricultural ami grazing purpiwes,
a tract of laud described as follows:
Commencing at this stake, which is the northeast comer
of the claim, and running south two miles , thence west
one-eighth mile i thence north two miles j thence east to
place or beginning, Including wbal Is known as Concho
Springs, o. the bead of Concho Creek, a tributary of the
Little Colorado river, and situated to tbe west ot the
wagon road leading from Camp Apnche to the Little Col
oraao river, in istsjw wudit, ununu.
jr-sun JIAIII. LUAA.
July 25th, 1873.
NOT I CK.
KNOW ALL UKX ItY TIIK-SK WIESKXTS. That
I, the undersigned, claim, ami have this day located and
taken possession or, ror agricultural and grating purposes,
a tract of laud, sltua'ed as follows t
Commencing at this slake, which Is the northeast corner
of the claim, and running south two miles to a stake ;
thence west one-eighth mile to a stake ; thence north two
miles to a stake j thenc. east to place of beginning, In
eluding what Is known as tbe Lake Springs ; situated
about one mile southeast of Concho A pnngs, and on tbe
west side of the wagon rood going trom Camp Apache to
the UtU. Colorado nver, tn l avapiu county. Arizona.
ANTONIO JOSH LUNA.
July 23, 1873.
IV O T ICE.
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS. That
I, the undersigned, claim and have this day located and
taken possession of a tract of land for agricultural and
grazing minuses, described as follows i
Commencing at this stake, which Is the soatbenst corner
01 ue culm, and running west one-quarter mile to a state ;
thence north one and one-balf cules to a stake, thnce
east one-fourth mile to a stake ( thence south to place of
beginning, Including what Is known as Mineral Springs,
situated about forty-two miles northeast of Camp Apache,
avapai county, Arizona I erntory.
IKA.NyUII.I.NO I.UNA.
July 23, 1873.
nov22yl
STJM3I01VIS.
In the District Court, Third Judicial District, In th
County uf Maricopa, Territrry of Arizona.
John Smith. I'bistiff,
against
Daniel Curran, Defendant, j
Sumuiuns:
Action brotigbt In the District Court of the Third Judi
cial District In and fur tbe txninty of Maricopa In th. Terri
tory of Arizona;
The Territory of Arizona sends greeting to Daalel Cur
ran :
You are hereby summoned and required to appear In an
action brought against you by the above-named plaintiff In
me irisirici uiuri ot m i mm judicial uislrlct In and for
th. county of .Maricopa, in tbe Territory of Arizona, and
answer tbe complaint filed w lib the Clerk of Ibis Court, at
I'nornix. in sam couniy, ( a copy or wnicti complaint ao
companies this summons.) within twenty days (exclusive
antes mis summons.; wtiutn twenty days (exclusive
i day of service.) after tho service um you of this
ions if served tn this county; but if served out of the
;y and within this district, then within thirty duys; in
oi tne (
summons
county i
all other coses forty days.
And you are hereby notified that If you fall to appear and
answer the Complaint as above required, the plaintiff will
apply to the court for the reliel demanded therein, and costs
and disbursments in this behalf expended.
(liven under my band and the seal of the said Dis
trict Court, at t'hientx. this l'Jth day of December, A, l.
jpu. aeci-ottu C r , Cate, Clerk.
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of JOHN FRENCH, Deceased.
Notice Is hereby (riven, by th. undersigned. Adminls.
-trator of lha Estate of Jubn French, deceased, tu the
creditors of, and all persons having claims against, the
saM deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouch
ers, within ten months after lb. first publication of this
notice, to tbe said administrator, at Camp Ileal. Springs
Mohave county, Arizona.
BENJ. It. SI'EAIt.
Administrator of th. Estate ot John I'reuch, deo'd
Dated, Cerbat, December IB, 1S73. dol9M
Executor's Notice.
Estate of PHILIP AUSTIN, Deceased.
Xellce is hereby jrivea to tbe creditors of and all per
sons having claims against lb. date of Philip Austin de
ceased, to present the same to th. undtrslgned Executor
at linker's ranch, Mohave County, A. T., within ten"
months from data of this notice, or lb. am will he for.
ev.r barred; and all persons Indebted to said estate are
berrby rourstd ta make immediate payment.
m. ;h i i.AMUKUT. ExecnbH.
Baker's Ilancb, Mobas. County. A. T
oepieuDer tin, icTJ.
nov59m3
PLAZA FEED AND SALE STAILE.
Goodwin 0Mm Opposite
Street, jKPv Plaaa
. ritEStOTT, AKIZONA.
BROOKE & LINN,
rreseott, OctoW 34, ltd.
FOR SALE.
Extra' tuple. f, tb AB1Z0HA HIKEtUfolrkd it
rpperf, when to delred-ly co bud tt tU effica
Mtatwtima ttrcet, Preteott. Pries 25 ctato per copy-.
JTtaw- Uat.randth. best Wrigbt'. Coloini. Ttesh
and (itauiae, at Dlt. KENDALL' Jlonoer Dru
1irtin-r A. 'IV
vriTinB is iimtmiY (iivi'.s. THAT wu.t.lAM tt a mTl T.WP.KKTiY M AIL LLa Tt. ni..t v fi..... ..
J.,l,u M. Murphy. h.e I'.t.Hice udJr. is Orbit, . Jeh I III LonUimwj bl. OUAOMj J
J,.le County. Arloti.l Territory. (ZtfZWmtt?' i n, dUH)h. FULL WHIG llT of Yfiul V
IU4 tnU at.pilrution P.r u IUtM T..r fifteen bundrtd i'yflCr IWf- tltr Suttriur In nnu J l r .W'
(tSOtlJ hMvnr liit ..ftl.o l..le, lafln fiHl AjiiClFJW '1 r f (0.anV,a,u' ALL Uhtrt
.iu., k.,,1 .U.l.riiiiip.1 k. the IliUrnt.iii Mlnlni (Jliutnitlie TTv W-eOTV VjtTsp7 ivjh" JltUlt. for JilAinn
ARIZONA STAGE LINES.
J? CJOSOIS", TUMA
A N O
SAN DIEGO
Cu.tclei arrle nt TticKm eety
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY & SATORDAY M0RNINQ8.
. . ' "... o....j
Tuesdays.
liiursan.va r I
t'ntll further notice.
Time to Sim l)U'Si I've Duys,
ThU will enable the TraielinR public to reach.
RAN FRANCISCO IN tilUiri,' UJHO.
Kare to Vum.t
Tar. to San !-, (sold coin or tu equirai.nw.
....50,00
A Ptnre, carrying the V. 8. Stall, will !
Maricopa Wolls, for Phoenix,
livery Monday Murnln. Ketiimlnir next day.
Ing a't .Mariri Wells with the Yuma and T
Connect'
Tucson land
lins.
This Is the
UriCKKST AM) SAKKST
Itonte from Xonhrrn Arltona to 1 nrron ana conneeims;
at Yum with J (J. C.pron s line orstnires ror nan wieira,
Califorala. ..,..... ,. . .
trfTTi JA.1. A MllUlll. I n'pnrivr
ARIZONA STAGE LINE
Kerular kmi w.esly 1x114, by sta, with nail, will U
mane oeiweea
Frescott, Arizona,
nil..
Wilis ItlktMlIt I'Mlll.i I 1 I I 1 II I'll 1 !1
rt m . . . , i ..i, t
- i
Two-horse wagons, earning the V S. Malls and ri.
snger, lrave I'reM-ott and nan iiernaruino esery
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY M0RNIN08,
Staking the trip in sli tltys; pacing rcxll, EttHrlK
1IEKO. WICKE.NUUHO and OAM1' DATE CHEEK.
Tartiss wishing tran.porWIloa to Arizona via this roots,
can be furnished the same tn
FOUR OK SIX HORSE STAGES,
On rritale contract, by giving one week's notice la ad
vance to Agent ot Arisoaa Stage Ud at Kaa lleraardlao.
The rates ror same win he ta prvpvrUuo to tbe actuusao
datloa reauired.
lU'&iitttr Hale of Pure.
CWrrstrv,
Trnm l'rescott to San Iternardlao ITS ft)
from lrrscott to Wlckenburg JUlsJ
t'nim 1resoott to Ehrenberg 45.1s)
I'rani San llernanlino to Khrebrg 33.D0
I'rum Soa Ucrnardino to Wlckenburg 60.W
Incnl Ascnts:
I. II. Lvt S Il.rardlno.
J. (lOUiWATKIt Ehre.brg
E. O. OEAXT I'rescolt.
IU.SS. UkomtK ,.Iirls( Agent.
JAMES ORANT, I'aOrwtTOK.
J. It. rlERSOH, Surixi.vrtNDt.vr. sepSm
PRESCOTT
AXP
XT ARDYVILLE
TVInil - XLiiiie.
After this date, posse-gers will be carried user tbe road
at Me !iilw,ng rates, currency
From lresTOtt to Camp Ilualpal ttaCO
Heaie spring. saco
" " " Cerbat . S3.10
' " " Mineral Ihuk 27.(0
Ilanlyvllle .... 34 DO
I.tpreu matter will be car r fully forwarded at reasou.
kl. rates.
Every possible aceotcnMarlvn will be offered to pas
sengers.
The stage will leave 'revolt Friday evenings, and at
Hardyville will connect with th. mall to Ehrenberg aad
L' . r,
All order, lrfl with fi, C. Rogers. I'reseott. nr Corv A
. uiis, v,row, win promjniy aiienneu lo.
v;.yj ;u a. WHITE.
1'resoott, May 10, 1S73.
malOtf
PRESCOTT.
1874.
The Weekly "Arizona Miner,"
(ow In tlio I,.evcnlti lcar of It. existence.)
I ttie Oldest, I.akokst ami Haxdsomest Noti
ji.tjicr iirlntcU anil published Id lie
Territory of Arizona,
And nothing that its proprietors can do la tb. tray of ad
tv ii. ukiuiufh, a. ill
Organ of tho White People of Arizona,
And tbe evponent of Truth, Janice and' 8ound Morality,
will tie left undone.
Helving solely, upon the patronage of the honest, luird
working and thinking peorle nf the Territurv far a
tlnuance of that sup(t which. In tho past, has enabled
us to publish a creditable, free and independent Journal
not trammelled by this or that political
tet. or offlreboflrr. w ihall Ulmr, failhfullr. t kii
1 Via If iwvii ! kI... . a ..m i.. .
Allhoii((h the paper U ronlilerb,r lomtued In tlie
that lit -t sr..u ..-.I. l. . . 1 . r
One Year. $7 00, Cunency.
Six Months,...,.. 4 00,
Three Months 2 50 "
AGENTS FOKTHE MINER.
ocn rroncuco i.. i', rt.her, Kogms SO & SI M.r.
s.scimng., uauiornia sirret.
Tho. Iloyce, No. 30, (second floor), Merchant'. Ei-
C. H. Eaton, ilusie Dealer, Ioatrumery street.
Aktxnvs
Arizona City Scbn.edrr, Ortlrson tt. Co.
.Arfnteri-llooper, Win. B. k Co., and A. l'i
I'rank.
,,. i-cepics.
arrfyri Jas. P. Hull.
Walla fi Mining DM net Cor A; litu, Cerbat
l'hanxx B. Irvln. & Co. "
Kait J'hanizW, It. ilelllngt tt Co.
Ftcrtnct Jos. Colllngwood.
rWi.nJ.8. Mansfield.
OOK AND .JOB PRINTING
or Evcrti
Don. la Oood Style,
Ordsrs solicited.
CRU'TI0H,
At th. Wim ii Office,
Price, rssscn.ble.
GUNS AND FISTOLS
BKPAIUED UV
J. P. ItHODE, at Uii. JEWELL'S.
Prescott, Arizona.
ai.sm.. . .
Vil.7irj.
Drug Ktor.. "nuAi.iB noo.er
, r w, . ii i . - i .
CALIFORNIA.
u ii it i v A i. L E l j
Light, Sweet and Nutrition.
J'ASTItY, &c.,
Guaranteed to flivfl 'EnfirA Bo4!.r...,
, xtm wm n.7 v"ua
tho Monoy Will bo Iloturned.
jsk YotJt anocEii for it.
O? EE 3XTO OTTTt.
Eeni for Frt. rim r hie t to
CHUKCH & CLARK,
SOLI! MMS'TS,
407 rnONT ST.. SAM TRANCE
mvjlyl
rjc xx jll: baa i,
im
Temple & Workman.
Toraplo Block. Los Angoles
Receive triwlt and Issue tbelr Certificates t
utititiUAu unsitLiaa uuaiNEsa
lra o u.
LONDON AND SAN FHANCISCO fiAvt
(i.iruiieii;. ai Ha. I'rascisoo,
ExcianM for Salt ciJ
Nw York.
IiOnuon,
Parts,
Hamburg.
Berlin nnd
I . - - . , ti i
fiUt.. Count r sn.1 CUV Ilocd. Umhl
i vaiusDirs Mr nie secphv; bill.)
U. W. CIIULKT,
C. W.CHESLEY&CO.,
IMrOKTIU AUD WIIOUJULI UaaUU II
lllm'j .i lAiaS ana jjiuitu
IS
mile rioriirniM or
Cundurango Bitters,
ol l nml of. zacramtnw.
apeeial atttsttss wir. t a to lb. trade ! Arista
E. A. FARGO & CO.,
imi-oktou ASti ;omu or
IIKA1IIIKN. .ilU'N X. 1,11)
31S Tront Street, Cor. Commercial,
r 11A.1 i.M ll. JA I.I HMO
Offer special Imtaeentents u tb. Arttcea TraJs.
etl3
tf....t .1 If t..l a.
meats. Rhl Um ! mC t.J
V S a. r,TU. IX Moatgwarr Snvrl
i rascisciv wanioreia. wbo leet. U. larst IX
vari.tr on th. Iact. CnuL r,I
3P X X X 1 2S1.
i nt. nunivni vis, .i.i ti Mir. . nrsii i ur i
ELIXIR OF LIFE.
ILL k. ... . . .
among thtm and other aleUemtota la search h
i.i.iaiii m .i. yn ii.rslssWct,ec truth t IU
l-)iiiinyc arc. ia ine eziract or certain piaats.
t I P I F A
i. uu. w in. rrsearrnes or a Mtwd si-anjsr
ct Hauf-r .mmr the archives of the. RoalerneUu
Duuietnn TWEJlTT DIFrEHENT HERBS,!
- vw v -was v. (hv. j srw W MvTI I IS V i I JUKTW Hf I
la tb matrria mrtltca.
1 tio. It luiUU atul f art Am n&t-ar. Itt tnxx
wrr hi iu iKin acmI svll mni.trtnrlM nf lh Ir tn
" rrintriiB-T ami tiin,riiii in rur aui-ti i imm
U 111 ntinss faa his skatk.a. I u
NEW REMEDIES! SEW KEMEWtJ!
DR.
f i l l l l l l .1 ill w ri t s m T n m u
iti n mini 'M 1 1 1 f H:ra m n
TO. cm kp i ttvv RTiirPT rnt
ll CornrufrcUl. Hun PmfieUra. IMt
trance uo CommerrUl trt. KUbIUW
tn IUQ irVmislCQI III C9HMI BU C
tt. S.I.tt.. .It t.. ........ .
. w,w vi i van .tssuuiHE. sxu V r-"
Legs, etc successfully treated.
has returned (roro visiting tb. t.rlocipssl llosyltsli
"" resumed practice.
inr out uew remedies, and has returned with IncrWiei
cinurs ror the alleviation of human suffering.
Seminal Weakness.
OXIeavcA or rati tin. .V.MM-.... ktnAt
a i. " -e. j 1UD IIUIUI, runUrU lssVI,
r, - -r- ... w sm IV) tu MVW KaJllUaiUIUnir, B UIICOfM-
- - - - - -J ws isitmsum, I'lUslirw RIsU 1UIW"
tlons about the face, Hectic flushes, furred ton,
and fre.uent insanity. If relief be noi obtaJaeJ.
snouw apply linmedhitelr. eltbr. In t.n.nti
.. V't uv ins dbv and SCIb.LS
and rudlcAl cure, '
iiratinr una (lisps.., n-,,ii. . . w . - .ti. ... r
Onrcd at Home.
....! m, n uisiance may Do UUKt.Il AT nisui
- . . .....v ,uv ..t.Mc nas cuaiiEbva. sou ca'.";
. , ', iu, VVUHIIT, Will. IHH " ' ,
(tlrACltnn. r,, .... '
s ersons writing to th. Doctor wm pleas, stat. tM
Of the paper they see this advertisement Id,
. My enclosing Ten n.,ii ... .i. i . ..t.t.rsd
.u,UKu iu, i inuiaice.br thronirb wells, rargo vm
IjoW ""xlldn. will U forwarded to any jrtn
All oommmlcaUon. strictly confldtatlal.
Address. ran t l iimtnN.
mhae' llnvl KsnFrssilm ''ii2il
WATER RATES
McMiiUcn's Station.
At
8ltaaW 48 m E"t ElrttnWp, ttfifl
&o4 to Pboait. Wlckoabarg aad Prtaott.
. . ji
I ror watering each horsa or mn In a Urr. tepl
"!"U-?lul"?'. 25 .U currency. For w.u
oawi., i cenui ta legsj tendtr..

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