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Weekly Arizona Minor.
PDJLI3HED EVERT FRIDAY EVENINO,
scott, Yavapai County, A. T.,
I.TOU.V II. MAUI ON" Ac Co.
i a. MAKIOV, 111. II. WKAVriU
l'ublishers and rrvprietori.
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ij; the me advertisement for tbrer, lr,or
(IionM tnl business cant inserted nnon
ffwiileit AI wtlaamsiiti wilt not bs Inserted In
iter natl) after they shU hire been paid far.
inn ."iniiiiK us uiuncy lor subscription,
ll.insnr lot) work, may forward It by mall,
cric,!l tbelr own risk.
T ItKtnl Ttntlrr S'ottt taken at par in tayment
trrtpltmi, alttrliting anil job work.
titrt all order nnd letters to
JOHN H. MARION k CO..
frescett. Aril oat,
From Monday's Dally.
LpoU for supplying the military with
hsy and transportation, during the
irndm-; July 1, 18715, will be received
opened at Whipple- on Wednesday,
b 4, 1874. It is scarcely necessary for
mv that thu furnishing of tboto threo
r will include considerable of the year's
ss lit tuls territory, and that, sbould
iitrart prices rule, the Territory will
o beiiftitteil tlicrehy. Competition
K contractor ami M.eoiatore hm well
fumed fnner!, freighter, etc., and a
iinorc of the same kind of ruin, this
! would Ikj almost unbearable, all of
I we l'g thiwe who are preparing to
jw.o'' tn remember. A few years ayo,
bmoght from lour to eight cents jr
1, while, lately, it has been going a !.'
Ii 1, 1 and 2 cent', and still the funu
i to iwy about a much as formerly for
I'ir, cuUVc, tiacun, rlothing, tools, help,
hit i why we cry out agaim-t men who
;uring for a contract, anil bent upon se-
one, at prices mat are ruinous to the
ury and not very protltable to them
IaM our farnim and the Territory
mine show to retrieve their loose, Mr
ictnr. Government is not anxious to
i its citizen toilers, but cannot help do-
L if you put in bids at ruinous prices.
friend Chalfaut, editor of the Inyo
linlfjfcinlcnt, ill-claims all intention
ire to belittle the mines of Wallapai
I, Moliavo county, this territory, in his
article, which was based on the aw-rr-
if some rotlos propeetor. jut return-
b V allanai. Alt right, Mr Chalfsnt.
ler thiiugbt you did, and bone that you
b:i ler our reiiioii-trsnce in the light
litn lly bint to not put too inucb Uitb
tliouUtlevt SKeertious ul "returned
bnmcsof Wsll.ip.ji show for tliemehei..
I i V.a U-Htl I ll tt mm tltatttl ifl t 111 1 ytM
ul ai I other keen mining operators,
fs t ought to convince every miner on
I f li j liiirtty iai irfl ll r sif tiitrlt ft itirv
J u men s ranri. iutv cj.hi ul do wrii
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)vc m letel. Cbu Utostonn.ur, rather,
lVtt 11 KJV. k W J IS . W JJ UIIU J JJJ
f storm?' w&h nnt hard uiun utock.
auirering much. This, too, without
v aufiurr man iuo rouiury Liuru
truly, a p4rIiu fur tick-iiitn to
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ml lllatlf -. tllutlHit I (.(iff
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days, men and animals were unable to
current, anil when a crossins was
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nnilge or bridges; but, fts it would
ii ueni ni monuv to oriuce s ucu an
ntreaiu. our IMin'iiir Trends oucht. at
provide thciiiselvia nith Itoats.
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Salt Biver Valley.
roxDExcr. or tiik aaiioifA mines.,
I'nxxix, (uriropa County, A.
iiiruv, a. i ., i
January 23, 1874. (
ii lay niieruuuii ituit iuu miu mi., h
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Jo rain verv hard nnd without cc-
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-.1 S.Il River so biuU that all the
of the I'&llcv were Hooded, uml tue
rom tue Mei?'!""'' i'u on uiu nvw
apelled to IbMO tuetr nouses anct
town. These look refuge in the
nil rt . i.nvrsTivia. anil in in i law uwuno,
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f-k lltllll IV I II MI Ml Bl 1MIIIIU
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.1 L..U1. almwiti fifll1t itf
.I.S.T. , ...wl thnraiu. 111U 8CUOOI
V"- woo o.jh"v i - , .
ilia Mp.milte. district liM cracked
. - a T f (atfk ll It llik't
wliI.-K r- UltAxf tn do. The tuill
t it. tv . Tt if JllmMiV. l:n nl
ill v fViirit Kiirriiinfiiii m
avisd with lauch dMBcuIty, with
of soma K.ubutldjiS,
rttiit.L U.k .n.a kHAd tin 4rt s'C
Ut'uot th-tnan. All iuo
Ii?a.kfil. .tvpi.nt tlirivit with slihwlfid
w win Tiiiinii u-int iiiil ui uiai i im-
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tbo trunuous effort of Dr Pienon,
le from Tucson and Maricopa Well
twit no mail and not nicety t; wo
Wl'cL- Tli.. danism done to the
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vo been fillctl witli sand and their
washed tnvav. This will mko it hn-
HW.W WWW., W.I.V J I -
1 f)cD pui p)orp than ono or two of
them in time to mako tli em servirpaliln fur
this year's croti. The Swillmir canal. 'I
ditch and Griilln ditch will, in all probaUU
nj, w cieaneii unu repairea m soon as mjhsI.
ble. The Prescott ditch, Mexican ditoli,
Maddox ditch, Wilson ditch, Monterey ditch
mm uiu doncs linen win iianily bo repaired
this season, as the number of people- living on
these ditches are inadequate to the task. On
this account,, the grain already in on these
ditches will either not mature or will bo very
light. Much of the grain that had been
sown was washed away, and many who were
putting in nave ceased aim tliu prospects are
that grain will be very scarce thu coming
, Many persons nro very decided in express
ing their dissatisfaction at the low-net of the
contracts fur the government supplies. This,
together with the lato Hoods, has caused a
Sreat depression in the public reeling. Un
pubtcdly gra will bo very plenty the com-
1 1 t t it ' .
nig iwnnon anu a large inuux oi peoplo may
be expected both miners and fanners. Jf
toe latter hurry up mid put in more crops,
ami the former are half successful in llnding
the precious metals, time will be very lively
before many months.
On Friday lsst a meeting of the farmers
was held in tow n for tho purpose of organiz
ing Orange. C. H. Oniy was chairman, aud
J. T, A I nap, kecrotary.
There has been no school during the week
on account of the storm, but will open agaiu
Meltings' mill will begin grinding again on
Had the rain continued 21 hours longer
nearly every house in town would have been
washed down. It is still somewhat cloudy,
and fear are entertained that wo will have
another storm soon.
At tho lato quarterly meeting, it was voted
that A. li. (iill. tho resident tireachcr. have a
salary of S10O er annum. Ono of thu mem
bers moved that Hev A. Groves, the presid
ing cider, have $25 per quarter, when the
parson cot up and moved, in amendment, that
it be llxod at S15 per quarter. With sugar
and colfee at lllty cents tier ound, and other
things in prniiortion, this is extremelv mod-
crate, even for a preucher. Hob.
(t'rum ToJx Oklljr
Tho subscription price of the Wkbklt
Minkr is lower than that of any other Ari
zona pacr; that if, when the quantity of
reading matter which it contain, is taken
into coimi'lcration. And the advertising
rates are, aim, lower, Binco ono equsre (twelve
1 1 ik of our small type) takes In as many
words as two squares in any of our cotempo
raries, which facts we publish for tho benefit
of the few customers who have thought our
rates a little Ulgli. Concerning sutncnptioti,
nil editors and printers of country apers
know full well that but little profit accrues
to a publisher from them, ewcially to a
Prescutt publisher who has to pay from four
to six dollars lor every column ol typo ,lcl"
by a punter, while thu freight on material, of
all kinds, is (rum 10 to 20 cents per ound.
We have paid as high as 50 cents per pound.
With there facts before the public, they will
readily see the uccvssitv of giving us a liberal
patronage, in order to "enable u to pay be
tween SliOUO and S.5,000 er year, for ma
terial, work', newt, etc., on the Daily and
Weekly Miner. As yet, the Daily is scarcely
sclf-MipMiriii!g, but wc shall run it or burst
up in business.
So that rapid, energetic little Lieut Schuy
ler, has again caught tho Apar.he, reducing
four stalwart bucks to entire subjection, cap
turing and. taking good care of a poor tqusw,
whose life of toil and drudgery for her red
lord is at an end. How well Crook knows
the men who arc not too lazy to undergo
toil, exposure and danger, in working for
jH-rfect peace with the savages. While we
rejoice over the dcatb of these four Attache
devils, wc sincereiy regret the death, by
drowning, of .loe de Leon and his son. True,
they were not white men ; but, what of that 7
The father was a gallant Mexican, thorough
ly devoted to our country and cause. The
son, a brave lialftbrced, who, like his father,
had dono noble service in tbo good cause.
The profits of tho legal profession arc enor
mous. The New York correspondent of the
Troy Times ssys the lawyers in that city
reaned a splendid harvest during tho late
panic First rate lawyers get paid for their
time at the rate of SU to 850 per hour, and
thov will not touch a case without a retaining
e e c csn ,n atsi ....1 n-n irtlm .
W til lltllll qia; I uvjf anu ni.'tw - -
covers much money, and then, if the case is
won, the lawyer expects a fee of from SlXK)
to $20,000 more. Tbo income oi uuarics
O'Connor, previous to bis retirement, was
about 200,000 per annum. Several of tho
prominent lawyers in New York have an in
come oi over eocn,
if it isn't the desire of tho military author
ities to remove the Hualpai Indians from all
roads travelled by whites, we would suggest
that a more suitable place for a reservation
than that siwken of a part of tho Colorado
river bottom could easily bo found, in Mo
havo or Yavapai counties. Wo have, in our
inind'n eye, several cozy mountain valleys,
any ofwhich would suit the Hiialpaia who
are mountain inuians oeiicr man mu v.oi
PitiNTmn Material. Wo have, on tho
way from San Francisco and Chicago, nearly
Sl.000 worth ofnsncr and other printing ma
terial for tbo Miner, which ought to be hero
in a month or ios time.
II. T. Crosby,'iq.,' (K3"ablo and gentle
manly chief clerk of tbo War Department,
Washinston Oitv. has recently placed us un
der obligations for pamphlet containing
rules and instructions relating to printing
and printing accounts, etc.
Although pretty well posted on Arizona,
n ..'nfoBS to utter tenoranccof tho location
of tho Aquarian mountains, in which Mc
CorgodalcV1" Ht'Seii uiK discoveries were
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rceoiiiij iiim. . .
will amnn n.'rsou cnlicutcn us upon this
point not tlut wo care to go there and jump
Mac's big things.
Buveral weeks aco. a bunuMo of bill.hcads
were sent, by express, from thU ofllce to Mr.
John II. Halt, a trader at tho Colorado River
Indian reserve, who informs us by letter that
ssld bill-heaua bavo latieu to rcacu vu
anybody tell what ha becorao p; uiew.
IMIESCOTT, A1MZ0NA, FRIDAY
U'rotn TattiMy'i Dally
Agricultural Resourcca Rahifall Pasture
A correspondenf witli Lieut Wheeler's ex
IKiditioii to mako explorations west of the
one-hundredth meridian, writes as follows to
tho New York Tribune:
Arixona presents more variations of nltltmlc.
nnd consequently or facilities lor agrleulturc
than New .Mexico. From tbo Vulluy or tbo Hid
(Jrande, whlcli uenr H.iuu Ke lias uu elevation of
about 5,000 feel above sea level, wet tlmre U u
gradual rlie Tor some &00 tulles until tbe summit
or tbe Sierra Madre, having nn altitude or 7..VX)
feet, Is rwicbcd ; tlitnee tberc Is as gradual a de
scent to tbu Colorado river, 400 miles west of the
Sierra Madre, the latter river having, in tbe ame
latitude o Santa Ke, un clevullou ol hut a few
iiunureu iicinbovo thu Iu the liart or tbo
urea alluded to, which lies west or tbe Mountains,
there It ecry variety ot climate, soli aud cenery
depending principally on comparative altitude.
Necessity lor Irrlgatloa
Tbo amount and time or rslnrall ti nmrlr tin.
Minabere as In New Mexico: and here, ul .o. tin
ngrlcultural or horticultural enterprise It OMltile
wllbout Irrigation. Tho middle, western and
souibwetcru portion or Arlious hut little shove
sea level Is one Ml dcterl, nud boads or only
two streams (the Mojavu Is not worth lututlon),
the Colorado and the (Jlli. The cllnnte aud soil
on the borders or lire Colorado titer adapt Its
va1I..l . .1... . i r . .
...iwj m mo Kiuwiiiui oiiio sciui-iroiiicai aotl
nearly all tbo northern fruits and veiftubles, ex
cept the apple ind the poUlo. Coltou.sogar
cane, coUm and rice flontUb along It ; but hitli
erlo the water of tbe river hu not been made
available for Irrigation, long and costly aceguaii
being repulred U eUcct this. -Vear Its exit Iroiu
tbe territory of tbe United Stales lu ttottoui
widens, aud the river annually overflows lu banks
lor miles. In ordinary years a vat amount or
land could be plant"! after tbo receding or tho
Maters to their natural bed, aud would produce
enormous crops, fcomo of the bottom Uuds are
The Moat Important River.
Tbe Glials the iuou Important river of Ari
zona, from a utilitarian Jiolut o( view. It rites lu
the Sierra de Nueva or New Mexico at an altitude
r about 5,(J0 feet above c Ictjl, tbi-noc How
wnt to the Colorado, a distance of not quite UP)
miles, hivioz an aterara fall lu lis last JW0 miles
or Hie reel ter mile, au average width or 09 feet,
a depth or three feet, and a velocity of two miles
per hour. Its b-inla are low, making tt an easy
matter to cut from It lrrltrll"tr ditches, aud It .
ready support a Urge population or whiles and
(traceable Indians, sod is capable of reclaiming
hundreds of thouMiids or acre or alc lands.
The valley, at well at the bill country on both
ides of It, Is rich In trrass, and would Ijc f
eciall)' sdijited to thceii, were tbsde trees more
plcntllul This river drains a vast extcut oTcouu
try, and the numerous trihatarles joining It at an
altitude or 'J.0O0 to ZJU.Q feet shorn the M bate
line bottom lands, are full of fl.h ami the mouu
Uiuoui country lnclolng tbein abounds In fine
grass and timber and grain. Tbe biirber, barren
mountains running parallel with tbe 'ilia are rich
In the precious ores and coal, and may attract a
large lululng tiopuUlloo, and thus foruUb to the
firmer a market bear at band. Tbertt la a pro
peel of tbe construction of tbe Thiriy-teooad
l'arallrl Kallruad, wblch (or many miles Is io
skirt the IctcI Lnbks or lha river.
Tbo ZMnteaun nnd MocAwaLua of .Arixoca.
Comprising about ooe-slxtb of lu area, over .',000
im aooru tea icvci, are very ricu in tne iest wild
grasoea, and arc corercd wttu One timber, -K-cialy
the White mountain conntry, recently ex
plored and 0ened to xtlleinetiL They are pirn
tllnlly atered, and offer Indui-crutuls forscUle-
tuent by tbe firiorr and stock-raiser, reeUlly
tbe Utter. Tbe portion over 7,000 feet high Is.
tM-rbapa, too cold for winter lusturagc, hot In to
day the slock could be driven to warmer quar
tersto llir tint ou llm niii ur tue uolurailn
Cblqutts on tbo cut. Tbe Colorado plateau Is a ,
pajiurc-grouoi! of great cxcetlencc, hundred or i
mile square, but lacks waterand lira too high for
farming iarpoet. It It totally uninhabited. Hun
dreds of springs and a few small atrctms can be
found hlcb mlgbt make their owners the virtual
posaeasors of all tbe country around thero from
one spring to another for perhaps fifty mtlca.
every root of this great plateau It covered with
fine 'gf" and cedar or pine. Not rar from the
town of i'retcott and along the Itlo Verde tt a
very rich fanning, grating and timber conntry,
which bat until lately been subject to the depre
dations of tbe Apache-Mohavea, bnl is now aafe
enough ror tcttlemeut,
Many valuable mines have been worked In dif
ferent parti of the Territory for mauy ycart past,
not tue depredations 01 tue jipacoe uavc so tar
prevented lb rountty froiij ann!ng D grsit
Remarks of the Miner.
The Tribune is not on our exchange list,
but we find the foregoing in a recent number
of tho San Francisco Chronicle, and besides
copying it, make a few corrections, a follows:
First Tho writer erred in stating
that, from tho summit of tho Agua Fria
to the Colorado river the country gradually
descended. This is not so, as about midway
between said mountains and river, the San
Francisco Mountain and its spurs rise fully as
high as tho Agua Fria Mountains ; and, Mid
dlo Arizona is not, as the writer states, "but
little above sen level." Prescott, in Middle
Arizona, is moro than 5,000 feet above the
sea level, and is far from being on the highest
SecondIrrigation is not necessary here,
although more or less practiced. In wet sea
sons, good crops Uavc been raised by favor of
tho rains, which' ore heavy and frequent.
Uut, we admit there have been dry yean,
when water for irrigation would have leen
very useful and necessary. Again, Middle
Arizona has large streams of water, such as
the Verde, Beaver, Fossil, East Fork of Verde,
Ivirkland, Uassaysmpa, etc., which have
never yet failed to supply water, and tho
Mohave" river, of which tbe writer speaks,
is not in Arizonn at all.
Third The White Mountain country, of
which tho writer thinks so well, is, indeed, a
magnificent country, well supplied with wit
ter, timber and grass, but, unfortunately,
most of it lies under the ban of on Indian res
ervation the lines of which ought to be con
tracted. Wo wish, in addition, to state that Middle
Arizona is as well supplied with fine timber
as, -nost any other portion of our boundless
country j also, a superb climate.
Tho withdrawal of Messrs Penwcll and
Mitchell leaves us owner of tbree-fourths of
tho Miner establishment. Tho other fourth
is owned by Mr Weaver. Wo do not feel
well over tho loss of two such good printers
and partners j nor do theyj but, inasmuch as
they expect to make more money by being
on the outside, we cannov neipctiiiKrntuiBiius
them upon their freedom from uctivo partici
pation tn a business tho cares, troubles and
responsibilities of which only aro certain.
It is pleasant to bo told that tho Colorudo
river affords a cood boating stago or water.
for, at this season, in past years, old Red has
been qulto low. A steamer is oxptjeted tit
Mohave about tbo 26th Inst.
EVENING, JANUARY ilO,"l8WT
Mr McConnick can place another feather
in bis cap by getting President Orant to com
pel the projHjr disbursing officers to pay our
citizens for furnishing hupplies, transporta
tion, etc., whenovor the money u earned.
There is, and has been, too much holding
back and red Upo about quartermasters' dis
bursements, thu which has disgusted many
people here, about set others crazy and hasn't,
to our knowledge, helped Government any.
Mr McConnick can do this part of the
Territory a good turn now by having a U. S.
Depository established nt Prescott. Citizens
need it. Tho military need it, and General
Crook shows why this need, by the followinc
"talk" in his last "Annual tojwrt:
I beg to again call attention to tbe great dlsad.
vantage disbursing ollleer In Northern Arlto in
Itthor under In regard to depositing tbelr runds:
while the Tucson Depositary Is or ern ads-ant.
age to tbe service and puhtlc In that section ot
the country, to use it ror this section It positive
ditudvHtitugu and a great hardship tiKin tbe peo
pie. Kinancl.d communication with Sau Fran.
ArlMina tuau with Tucson : checkt on San Fran-1
wiswu arc uitcuunieu uere ai as IilgU ai live per
cent., aud ofteutiinet funds cauuot be raised on
mem at an.
Tho Yuma (Arizona; Sentinel of the 7th
intt., is our authority for the following items :
Ibree companies are at work in Oastlc
Dome tnjniug district natnelv. Nasle fc Co.:
Csptala I'olbamus k Co., and Wm. Hopkins
tt Co. They give employment to about forty
men and two largo teams. The ore a kind
of argentiferous galena asays very well,
some shafts in tue district 'are 200 feet in
Tbo pspcr speaks " eulogistically, " of
school-teacher 0. W. Nisb, Esq., who rules
0. W. C. Ilowell had given a birthday
County scrip was "ttilP1 at 75c. per dollar.
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wuivugi j.iuiiijf an uuuu.j ul-huici, uiiC
a full, clear rutsort of iiuancial transactions.
Tho election for village ofllcers passed olf
quietly. Total number of votes pulled, 100.
That tip-top man, a. J. Fmiay, of tho c. s,
N. Co., was re-elected mayor. j
A lite Vkkdic.-Writing from Camp Mc-
Dowcll, under date of the 19th instant, Mr !
John Smith, tbe post trader, uses alwut tho i
following language: Have tad three d.ys !
steady rain. The Verde river rose 17 feet, !
and was about one mile wide. Tbe oldest
white reaidents here assert that they hd
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never before seen tuch a 'dot" of water in the I
v enie. 1 ue ikm, uuikiuic ireii iireiiv wen 1
owing to tbe protection of shingles.
I Treat Kfu4j't Dailjr )
The last Harper's Weekly received at this
office, dishts up General Howard in theactofl
Mag caught stealing, by General llelknap, '
Vaiquez is to California what John Drown
and cow were to Virginia. At latest dates,
tho bold robber and murderer was commit
ting crimes around Visalia. The power of
tbe whole state has, so far, failed to subdue
him, and should he keep on defying that ,
power, Uencral Crook, who has caught and
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arhrSi titatx Miiivht as sn.H 1
an uu huh luuufiuus ui Aw.uc 1 ii,iuva a, uujr j
lc called upon to corral the one man (tower) '
now ruling California.
Low FtctniiT. Freight between San Fran
cUco and New York, er Pacific Mail Steam
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auip company a steamer.- it aown 10 i, cia.
per pound for heavy good. I
That fast fntnd of Arizona, the San Fran-
cisco xlta California, in recent review of
the butchering business carried on under tbe
Howard-Carhiso treaty, and tbe aid and com
fort given the savages by the report of Mr'
Columbus Delano, Secretary of the Interior
and chief of the Indian King Mpp-r and
miners of the treasury, and peace of Arizona.
Sonora and other Indian alliictcd Stale ana
Territories, says: "Tho nation has had too
" much of Columbus Delano. He is a public
" nuisance and a national disgrace." To all
which tbe Mini:h agrees.
Our brother printers of Los Angeles, Cali
fornia, honored us with an iuvitation to at
tend the 'irst Typographical Ball," which
came olf on tho evening of the 221 inst. Dis
tance, etc, deprived as of the pleasure.
Pete Gabriel, formerly of this county, was
wounded while recently assisting the sheriff
of Lo Angeles county, California, to put
down a squsttwrs' riot.
Tho Beaver (Utah) Enterprise, of a late
date, glories over the recent killing of three
Navajo Indians, who crostcd over from this
Territory with tho view of stealing horses.
Served them right.
ALL KINDS OV- IltJILDIXO LUMItKK REIT
eoattaatly un band at the Quarts Muuaulo Haw-Mill, flta
mlls MHilU ol rresonil.
All onltrs scot through tbr pot offlre will t protoptly
alUoJed to. Tsrms nub un dslltrry at tbe mill.
1 tlUO. W. OUKTIS.
I'rtseott, A. T., Krplembtr (i, ItfTS, Srp7t
I)a aot tMfitt that n.ANDKIW & I'K.NCLOX, ArllaU,
rvmalo la lrvseott only during- tba present roonUi.
And tbe tiubllo ar jurliouUrly rrquesU.1 to call and
szawina seeimens vf work MAUK IK l'UMCOtT, wbttbrr
lliay dealrs work or not, at It it always a pleasure W re
eelvs visllws Tbelr
LIFE SIZE POKTBAITS
CANNOT BE EXCELLED.
Pictures Ukea In cloudy weatuer,
any Uken on tbe brightest day. '
The Post Trader's Store,
Fort Whipple, Arizona,
Keeps for Sale,
Orocerlti, ProtMotu, Can tfrultt, Clolhmg
BooU, Sltott, Stationery, Fancy Ocxxti,
Tobacco, Clgart, dt-c.
O KO. W. DOWKK8. rreprlot.
MAU.VOLIA. WATKU, PLtlltlOA
."alsrand the best Wright's Cologne, fresh
aodd.uulna at D1C KKNI)AI,I, lUmt Drue glorc
0NK WEED BEUEDT 0B 0REQ0H RHE0.
uauo uore.ki nr. sisuu i uruf mure.
A. Z. PAVM.
DON'T HEAD THIS.
Unless you wan't to And out that you can
Buy Good a at Reduced Rates, of
DAVIS & RANDALL,
Groceries and Provisions.
CLOTHING AND UAHDWAKK,
TUHACC'O ANU CWAKH,
DrujfH XAiitl I;lioimo?
and im1. liuntl a4a uo u.. ,p. bvtSJ
Wm. Coav. j0ua C. rem.
Cory Sc Xottw,
CIIJEVI? lor CASH,
NEEDED JJV EVERYBODY
AT TWHIR STOUC IS CKMIAT. WALLAPAt
MIN1.SO UISTKIOT, MOIIAVi: COUXTY,
Wc keep ou hand, a largo Assortment of
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
Cisll mcl B ITh. (ll'R
Wallnnni Accv rifFiow
Corbat, Mohavo County, Arizona.
! I tr t lef re tb. rnlnm aad pUI I srrI Uuit 1
!w-- a . . . . . . . ... i7 ... . . .
".TTT 2Z YTZ
EeiawJ Prkes ta Salt lit ll2.es, tUi
5':& ittk?M ?S
iu Amsjs t (v. oUaa4 fin ..ts
"W'"B AMro vai.
T' "' nU'
1 vensa ta us. a& i u.;i ikufvuealr, b4 a Wat tan
ot rack u , tus m uu. urt
- izr. unwa or mini buh.
O I'LETX, Asuyar.
Cnuip 3Iolmvc, Arizona.
- , , yt .
Gr0C6ries. Provisions, Liquors,
Caiap WU?, Arisoaa, Jaaurr 1- 173. Jalk
AND MOIIAVK TOLL ROAD
'-- rJtm4 t m
R'T1 " 'iTT:?rt V J
ef tU V -fiMirU la asoa
AriwaaetnMaa ltmrAi s.a.1
fausfpt am sturk launuiaa' fur
iMiaStaorrarrlAfa at tat HarJjtill. Frr will t,
at stuck eaU!, las ecu j-r fec4 , m skrrp, -uats or
W. rui i-r
Tin. tlM U IWrtiin
9 mi yn aa
fai bt ferriaara wM rrtuala aatr oatil Mar. or
aatil Umt klfk watfT ot IU CwWado rinf, titaa Irniafa
as r coatraei.
Xieaarr Vt tVfrylasr k stuck tnrtlt tmm Call
turala Is 1'iwnill wL.a full Ml It rmii.
VKCSCOTT a. MOIIAVK TOLL UOAD CO.
I'ar WM. II. HARDY.
HanJyrtlla, Jasoary 1. Ie7i. JaalUI
Ao. IS South Montezuma, St.,
(On!t Daa ICaU'a KaaUaraaL)
Itelaar oastaatlr la rroel4 of treeh arrivals, so stair
aJs are on band.
I'tram' produce aat snarketiasj wanted ia exekaage
Call and rt bargains, either for tubas-, (rrenbaeks
or rclddatl, at It. Meacham's old staad, wbrre yon wltl
Sad tbe uwtenlgaed ar his assistant rady to amnsnma
data at all tines. S. C. UOUIIRS.
Iraott, Jane 7, 1873.
Yavapai County, Arizona.
JVottce Is hereby gt
that tbe Drllnonta! I,!al for the
year A. U. lbTU,
tn placed In the banils of tbe Ui.
Urliaqoenl Taxpayer are hereby aotiSed that If the
are la said Delinquent List snrHSed are aot paid to tbe
DUutat AUoraey wilbls twenty days from the date herset.
tbe collection of such laaes and emt.
JOHN 11. MAKIUN.
Treasurer Yavl County.
Hy K. fl. rr-NWELt, Deputy.
1'rnratt, A. T., Jaauary I2th, 1871. Jnt2t3Mw
11 U Y Y O H It
FRESH MEAT AND VE6ETAUES
.... AT TIIK....
PIONEER MEAT MARKET,
fJHANITE HTHEET, PHE8COTT,
Calnlentraflioth. and thu erill soon tie as strona as an Ot,
a (at a butler, and as stoat, around the waist, as a lfesl-
l'rrscott, Augnst Vi, tB7l.
MOXTMimV BAR & BILMARD
MONTEZUMA STREET, l'KESCOTT.
Wa bav recently renovated and flsed up our talooa la
Bne Sly le, and save ansa out u caiwccsi
WINKS, LlHUOItS, and CIGAI18.
VOU OUU I'ATKONS AND TUB l-UBLIC.
We bare tsro of J. titrable ii. Co's fines! Tables, wltb
Delaney's I'atent Mir ctuhioos, wbleb ar far superior to
any others no In use. UilllardliU will ilea call and
ludje (or tneruseives.
Va lUtvoaClub Itoom. (or centlemen, attacbed to tb
0. A. LUKE CO.
rresoovt, Aujust 3, 187?.
Ilusinm & Professional Cards.
ATT0HNEY and COUNSELOIt-AT-LAW,
Will practice his profeealon In all lie Courts of the Tsrrltory
ii. ii. t'Airrrtn. n. n carttck, jiu
H. II. CARTTER & SON,
At(ortieri aud CouHaclorn at Iav.
I'rescntt, t'ssvapal Ctissntjr. Arliona.
Will attend to buatntM la all tbe court of tbe Territory
J. P. IIARGRAVE,
ATTORNEY and toUNSELOR-AT-lA,J7,
Montezuma street, l'rescott, Ariioon.
JOIIIV HOWARD, s.
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
JOHN A. RUSH,
Attorney at JLaixw,
Will strictly atta-nd to all busiaee eatrasted to falsa, la the
seTerai umni on necoro ia ui iimHr,
Prompt atttstlon glvsa to Collections.
J. E. McCAFFRY,
ATTORNEY and C0UNSELOR-AT-LA.W
Main Ntrret, Tasraais, A, T.
J. N. McCANDLESS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Ofllrc.JVarth Hide at Plaxst, Prrecott.
HENRY W. FLEURY,
Justice of the Peace aad Notary Public.
WM. A. HANCOCK,
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
Blassak Drclarataary Htatemesste,
Aad Lfg-al DUsh of all kind. Bills coHeoled promptly
iaowlx. Marioora Co. ArUoca, Jaa. Stb. 1871.
Attorney at Law,
Phcenix, Maricopa Cossty, A. T.
OCce, la the News Drrsrt, os the West aid oftba) riaxa.
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
aCscral PsjV, Xssars Couty, Irtesa,
WUI aasd to ten) taaiaett la all
courts of the
Territory i male euftsvtton, etc
J. L. FISHER,
Auctioneer mid MMiss!tn
Salesroom, North Side of Flaxa.
J. G0LDWATEE ft BR0.,
Forwarding aad ComiuioB Merckaats,
Haa ca aaad, ad bU new Salooe, on berth aid of 21 aaa
U an Uads, teamber srltb a lup atotk oi
CAJlEFtTLIr BTUKmX) CIQARI
Location of Mining Claims,
FOR BALE AT THE IstXHTR Oi'l'lC.
Xo Imreror cr Miner aboold ro Into tb country Hb-
oot a anly of tbeee rery bandy aad carrrect rasdy-anad)
tnt.s.ur, v. a. rTErHxvxa.
Kelly & Stephens.
asp t KAUis nc
Tobacco and Cigars,
Fancy Goods, Yankee Notion,
rreab Fruit, Oardea aMedsi, ma. -. -
PreeKitt, Jaanary 18, IgTl J18-Tf.
3. WORMSER ,
WbotoaaU aad Ratalt Dealer ta
Groceries, PraTUIaus, Clotblsig, BsmsSs A
hoe, Llser( Crockery, llardtrart,
Parslstg stast Mlsslttg f saplcaatsita,
Southeast Comer of Plata. Preaoott, A. ?
FKAXK r-VBCMXA. TlltOfHILUC Lc-latUOX.
Puree I la & LoIslllonv
It re now on baad, at tbelr BUCK t)TOs (lUrraaa's old
stand). Uoixlwla oHreet, all kind ot
CLOTHING, HOOTS Ac SIIOK8,.
laUKINa TOOLS, ZJQUORS, Aa,
IVblcb tbey offer for sal cheap. febftC
CHAftMIKi DALE STATION,
Four Mite East of Camp Hualpai.
Nets falling WATER, la abuadaoco. HAY ,
and OUAIS aterar nalr iar teamsters.
n. u. tiiiui.no. i-rorTMicr,
T. II. CAkTElt AKD LADV, Snaerlslendenta.
IAR AND BILIIAUP SA100H.
Montozuma Street, Cornet Qvflty.
LARGEST AND IIEST SALOON;
IN NOItTUEIW ARIZONA.
dseldwll A. L, MOKLLKlt, IViprlstor
ALLTIIK IATBNT PILLS. KllKHII
and rsnulns, at DR. Kf:NI)ALL8 meter
ELIIIR PEEDVIAN BARK, WITH PRO ,
T3av tovlda of Iron, at HBdall'a Ilniftftwt.