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and ll I other lair menne.
pry Satunluy). rtx fT-STs A wkek. Ily
tote;, HVE DetXAK fur Three Mouth.
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J line of tula type), in column, $3 00 fur first
ilbcount from stare mlc will be made to per
ly ndirerlUe largely by th. year, half year or
and builueu rani luicrtnl upon reaaona.
. mriwwpri it dt man. or Mnnwut'ir
number of th WEKKIT MlNSlt u limed on
IW!I, ami, now, In thli. Ill eleTenth year, It
troth, e laltn tu be tb old.it, large! anil Imi
In IL Territory.
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tdrcrthitig and jib tccrk.
Mint all order and lettvr to
JOHN II. MAIllO.N A: UU.,
I From Tuexlay't Dally.
ails ana fostmaators.
inkr somo time ago stated that no
the Arizona Sentinel bad reached
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ni wm iruc. iommtiiiuriF unon it.
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r in in mtb Bnrnn na ni r ri in r 11 nniir
itmaster or iwstmasters ; which say-
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U UlUUUb UUh VUU I a HA IUI HUIRU
and strict attention to business we,
umireus ot amors, atana ready to
The gentleman U Mr Oco. Tyng,
poitmnster at fchrenberg, on the uol-
vcr, wuo ay, in a uouj 10 us, mai
01 iue eouor 01 me ocniuiei in o-
im or any other postmaster on the
lucse arc not bin exact wordft. but
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wo will explain: Tho mail from
Ireouently to remain one week at
r . i . . .itt .
account lor tue delay ot tnc two
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burg, arts thu only two way otHcca on
to, and, with Tyng kt EbrcnbcrR. and
ul ieai:iiuur( in cuargo in
9, no Urine autlionty could arguu tlie
into the belief that either poatmajiter
knowingly do, or cruiit to be done,
behind Dim in tuo catunatiou ot all
the strictures of the Sentinel upon
nAaf mtjrtt in iri.nornl it 14 nnr illitv
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an nr riiAm navn iiiTTiriit nnn rintr
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1 ui us, uu uiuicai uiiu oiuer ijue-
or in any way intcrlere with our
; nor have we ever lost any of tho
ot dolUra sent us by mail, all of
we take it, is cooil proof that there
thieving, malicious scoundrels" in tbo
of tbo poitolUco department here,
ousU no secret postal aent "sbad-
em tfia var ronnrl.
Hentinef ,1ors, however, speak sense
llrilltr ni I'natfil Aivntir 1 1 ,f I n t npiin
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isit tuu rcrritory more rrcquently ;
uch to spy around post offices, as to
rciwrt tho wants of people In tho wav
1 1 1 I a M 1 f 1 i-V r trr Ami m n a.ibcm aAntnll
inz unnecessary ones, and nnnlvinir
v irii Tkoriniii m i in t aiv nnr rt ti'ibir
thing that relates to tho probable
of a second trans-continental rail-
ijuug JUUiAUIU tllttb iUUJ 111 ll'l
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ii 1,1111 iiv nnimiti irnn rniviip 01 n
slip to air their views of every new
tho Minku is overly anxious to learn
cormorant, nnorr. una Mr!iiri'n fvirr-
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c 10 mvti uim. in orucr to cei nu 01
t. in all carnrwtness and alncoritv. wc
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-uiii.ui;wn ui isiiiuuu iiowa av m non
anil Oil this coast, that the thing is
iuht hit i n 11 r, nn 1 iriini innnninnnm
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iil ill nil HTnnnafi
rcmarK nnml nnt he irtfrmrrfrrl In
point against us, nor to adorn n tale
are nor mvsi rn rhn uniirnnii itinr
Scott is styled. No, indeed. We
vs v aw citnu w dm 1 ( 11 wms
irOltl ttninit hAiAil e ilttnt it tttlli tMill-
'"a, wv VH v L.O 14 fM I III!
igo, and for fear that they might very
Y that Mr Scott's eternal askinc for
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and wo want railroad news, but not
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Delegate io jOongrcss has shown that
Lr a ni ..iir. 1 t 1 a x it 1
saying something in favor of giving
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uiiu wuwais wuu rv ijuch
n iiia a a.i 1 1 a
iinnrv I .i. . ".!. ii I I .r.L.
W 30th, inforrai us that Gcldwator'a
m loading witU tucrchancHso for 0.
a & Uo., Preacutt, anil that ifi conac
of tho heavy. niu ftVoyp HlP f Ivor 'na
PIIESCOTT, A1UZ0NA, riMDAY EVENING, FEBltUAKY 87
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Salt Rivor Valley.
ICORUKSf ONIIKNUB OP THE AUIZONA MINEIl.
I'lKKNix, Maricoja Uounly, A. T., )
January 'M, 187-1. $
The ditches aro all dry. The Swilling Ir
rigating (JanijI is tho most iniortant one in
tho Valley, wmi which it is estimated there
is ns much grain as on all the others. At n
meeting of tho stockholders of that ditch, on
Tuesday, a part of the members thought it
imjiossible to clean out in time to get water
to oavo the grain, and abandoned all their
right therein. Tho others will begin clean
ing out on Monday. Those who becuded pro
jxmc taking out u now ditch. The coat f re
pairing tho dam and ditch of the Swilling
company has been variously estimated at
from Sa5,(X) to iJ-'W.OOO. Tho planting ol
grain has ceased, and iome say that tho grain
already in will be ruined, while others con
tend that nut more than one half will be lost.
At present, it is impossible for any person to
ajmroxiinatu the damage, as it depends prin
cipally on the ditches being repaired in good
time. Tho TeniHi ditch is said not to liuvo
been injured very seriously. Mr Van Orman,
from over the river, tells me that tho I'res
cott and Maddux ditches are improved and
tho Enterprise ditch entirely ruiued by the
flood. Tho Little Giant, (alio known as the
Collins ditch), is said to have been washed
out wider and deeper by tho water. Tbo
Griflln ditch was badly damaged. The peo
ple living on Salt Kiver and Monterey ditches
6ay that they are not injured nearly as much
as was expected. Work will commence ou
all the ditches on Monday or Tuesday next.
Since thu last storm the weather has been
warm and pleasant, with slight indications of
The preaching at the Capital House, on
Sunday, was well attcuded.
On Sunday night last, in the dance home,
Georgo Gardner was set upon by a party of
men, knocked down, stabbed and robbed of
a pistol, watch and $5. lie is expected to
On Saturday last, T. W. ISrooks, at the
risk of his own life, crossed tho river and
found the break in the telegraph wire just on
the other side. On Sunday, he rafted some
poles over, with wire and implements with
which to repair the same, but a party from
the Gila got there juU ahead of him.
On Saturday, Geo McKiniey, after waiting
several days at llayden's Ferry, had to go up
and cross tho river at Whitlow's.
On Sunday, some Mexicans, while crossing i
the river with some stock at Whitlow's place,
by carelessness, drowned a very line lioreo '
bclongtug to Hooker.
Mr Ilyron, who was in town during thei
week, with I)r Jones1 train, paid out some
very tine gold bullion which came from hill
Smith's mill, near Wickcnburg. Tho writer
hereof received from C. II. Gray a bar of the
same worth $221.
Win Itowc, from Maryville, was in town
with some very rich specimens from his new
J. D, Monihon and Capt Hancock were de
tained at Maricopa Wells ono week by tho
high water. They were unablo to cross the
Gila until .Mr Jas A. Moore built a boat and
ferried them over. Dob.
Mineral Pa hi, Mohave county, is ono of
the mining camps of this Territory, whoso
pcoplo expect speedy and profitable working
of a rich mine, which in this instance is the
Keystone, out of which, a few months ago,
workmen were driven by water. This water
is there yet, but, an tho company have re
ceived a pump and hoisting works, all the
way from San Francisco, they and all tho
peoplo of the Park, whose faith in the rich
ness and permanency of tho Keystone has al
ways been strong, feel that the good time for
them has already come.
We have taken a good look at the mine in
question, and shall be disappointed if it does
not come up to tho most sanguino expecta
tions of the many people who believe it to
bo a good and true vein of rock, carrying
sufficient silver and gold to rehnburto all
now, or who may hereafter be, connected
Mr A. II. Peoples, of Wickcnburg, under
date of January 30, lends us the following
concerning his recent visit to tho newly dis
covered hot springs :
I havo just returned from a trip with Geo
Monroe and party to the hot springs, lately
discovered by them, and a visit to Iko IJrad
shaw's silver mine. The spring is situated
on Castle creek, about six miles from Hum
bug creek, where Monroe and several other
parties have rich gold mines, and ton miles
from Uradihaw's famous silver lode. This
spring flows 40 or 50 inches of clear, crystal
water, and no very warm that it is uncomfort
able to bathe in, at the head of thu snriusr.
I know not what mineral properties this water
contains, nut uavo sent a small bottle to Cal
ifornia to have it analyzed. This spring U in
a beautiful place, surrounded with flno sce
nery, and if tho water prove possessed of
uicuiL-iiiai properties u win certainly lie a
place of resort in a few years.
Gkn Hookkk vs. Gkn HowAkd. 'Fight
ing Joe," was recently interviewed by a re
porter of the New York Sun, concerning F.
J'a opinion of Gen Howard, which, 1m bo
brief, is, that, in tho army, Howard was a
mischief maker, canting hyiwcrito and very
poor soldier. He used to bother Hooker with
untruthful talcs about Gen Slocum and other
corps commanders, and was particular to
keep religious mottoes plastered all over his
(Howard's) tent. Tho Gen said ho had al
ways looked upon Howard as a bad man,
hut never thought him tho thief he has
proved to be,
That famous exterminator of bad Indians,
Lieutenant Ilicc, 23d, Infantry, recently
struck Del-Ghe's band, in tho Pirial moun
tains, killing vlercn of them. If exposure
to the elements, strategy and bravery bo wor
thy of reward in our military service, Kico
hau certainly a largo claim against govern
The Mtxen would thank tho editors of the
Los Angeles' Daily Henild to ccaso stealing
matter from its columns, a theft tho Herald
has frequently been guilty of, and one which
no decent editor would think of committing.
4 -a. I, . , i i
Tl(a last "happening-)," orpventt of J873,
rifo priutcd to-day.
(Prom Turtdny Dally )
Evont3 of tho Year 1873.
2W. On the 27th, at Phoenix, son of J
1 horn is llarnum, aged 3 y eats.
Sho-Shet and Tillv-Chillv. tWIl (if tlin T
dians engaged in thu murder of Lieut Almy,
at the San Carlos reserve June 27, came to
grief. Tho first was killed bv another Indian
anu tnc latter captured by Maj. llrown's
command and sent to Fort Alcatraz.
Aug. 22, thu Governor arrived 'at Tucson
from a trip to 1'rescott, Wallapai minos,Khr
unberg utid Yuma.
August 27, tho annual feast of St Augus
tine commenced at Tucson, to continue ten
On tho 18th, Edward Lumlcy was murder
ed at Kcnyon Station, on tho Oils, by two
Mexicans. Tho deed was jiorotrateU while
Lumlcy was asleep; ho being stabbed in 11
places. Tho murderers, for a time, cscajed.
August 20, Wauba Yuma, chief t)f the
Apache Yuma, was made a good Indian
through tho fatal effects of a kick from a
On the 27th, A. W. Callcn and thirty.four
others arrived, with fifteen wagons, from
Junction City, Kansas.
On the 17th, in the evening, the residents
of Yuma were surprised by the apjearance
of a large meteor.
August 31, O. E. Price (pack-mastcrj and
his party were attacked by u baud of Tonto
Apaches, 25 miles cast of Cami Hcno. Hub
ert Coyle, a discharged soldier, received a
wound from tho eflecu of which ho died.
On the 2d, the erection, at Fort Whipple,
of the first telegraph polo in Arizona. The
ground was brokeu by Mrs Gen Crook, and
Mrs Gen Dins, nt the samo time, breaking
the christening bottle. Capt Nickerson, Ad
jutant General of the Department, and John
11. Marion, editor of tho Mincii, delivered
appropriate addresses, and the proceedings
closed with national airs from tho 23d U. S.
Infantry band. Lieut Trout, with company
H, 23d Infantry, commenced constructing the
line immediately after the initiatory ceremo
nies. Sept. 0, Poland and Ed Powers attacked
by Indians near Jme Pine on Ilig Hug creek,
while on a prospect. Poland's borne was
News wai received of tho capture, on the
California aide of tho river, of tho Lumley i
murderers. They resisted arrest, and one of I
them was killed and the other wounded, cap
tured and lodged in tho Yum jail.
lhrn and Died On the oveuiuirof 11th.
at Prescott, to the wife of John 0. Potts, a
son, who died tho following morning.
Dud. At Lamp McDowell, ou tho iltli.
Kobe r l Coyle, from effects ot a shot wound
At Camp McDowell, Sept. 8th, Thomas
Married. Sept. ICth, John II. Marion to
Flora E. Hangbart.
Elliot Uro. established the first match fac
tory in the Territory, at Prescott.
Del-Che. TontO chief, lea the Verde reser
vation with 18 bucks and 24 squaws, about
On tho lGtb inst., John B. Townsend was
killed, by Apaches, near Dripping Springs.
He was the bravest and most dauntless white
man that ever trod the soil of Arizona, and
had sent 3d Apaches to tho happy hunting
ground e'er ho met his fate.
med. sept, o, at rort luma, 1st Lieut
On tho Utb, at Tucson, David Morgan, of
On the 12th, at Prescott, J. II. L. Wor't.
mann, of consumption.
On the 12th, at Tucson, Raphael. Hon.
On tho 10th, nt Tucson. Wra C. Hmwn. a
son of Mr and Mrs C. 6. Ilrnvn .!. 14
months and 20 days.
Mantel Sept, 14, in Tucson, Ambrose G.
Scott to Guadalupe Baldenegros.
Born. Sept. 1, in Yuma, to tho wife of Dr
Goodwin, a son.
Sept. 7, in Tucson, to tho wife of Chas II.
Messrs White, Scott Je Johnson discovered
the Vesuvius mine, in Walnut Grove dis
trict, during thU month.
Manuel Subiate, the survivor of the Lum
ley murderers, whilo en refute to the county
6cat of Maricopa county, was takon from the
sheriff and lynched, at Kenyon station on
the Gila, the scene of his crime.
A boy, named Wm LoILoy, was killed at
Yuma on tho 14th, by a heavy box falling on
7orn. At Camp Lowell, near Tucson, on
tho 30th, to the wife of C. D. Rivers, a sun.
Manitd. In Tucson, Sept. 21, J. S. Mans
fcld to Sra Jesus Bojorques.
Dan Curran skedaddled with about S5.0O0
of money belonging to his partner, John
Smith, of Camp McDowell.
October C, public school oponed at Pres
cott. with Miss Kolly as teacher.
Married. t Miller Valloy, near Prescott,
October 2, Mr T. D.Sanders to Miss Cynthia
About October 2, Lieut Schuyler and com
mand mado 14 good Indians near the east
fork of tho Verde.
Horn. In Ccrbat, Mohave county, Oct. 5,
to the wife of Wm. Mayes, a daughter.
Richard Cellers was killed by tho occi
dental discharge of his own gun, on tho 10th
inst., near Burnt ranch.
Georgo Thrasher and Andrew Steinbrook
were killed, each at the other's hands, on the
10th. An old feud existed between tho par
ties. Geo. Lount was awarded contract for new
county building on the 11th.
October 20, troops under command of Ma
jor Brown killed 21 and captured K Indians,
in Tonto Basin.
Married. In Prescott, October 16, Edward
G. Peck to Miss Sarena Ellen Alexander.
torn. In Tucson, October C, to the wife
of Win. F. Scott, u daughter.
Died. In Prescott, October 20, William
Horn. In Tucson, October 24, to the wifa
of I. Goldberg, a daughter.
Married In Prescott, October 29, Wash
ington French to Miss Bsrscna Rogers.
In Tucson, October 28, Dr H. A. Wilbur to
Miss Hafaela Sahizar.
On the Cth, news reached hero of the pro
motion of Lieut Col Georgo Crook to tbo
rank of Brigadior-Gcncral.
Died. In Prescott, November 4, A. C,
Williamson, of tumor in tho breast.
Ihm. In Prescott, November 2, to tho
wife of J. J. Buckmau, a sou. .
In Prescott, November 7, to the wife of
... ... ii uuvur, ii run.
On November 11 tho military tcloirrnnh
li.in I....l . . .S. 1
nu nra wiujwwu iiumeeii liunaanii rres
cott, and congratulatory dispatches flashed
over the line.
l)itd.n Tucson, November 3, Oscar Hut-
ion, oi lypuoid lever.
Ihm In Prescott, Nov. 10, to the wife of
I. . bimmons, a son.
Married. In PliM'uix, November 11, Thus.
untTes w .hiss isaociia jj. urown.
November 18, telegraph completed between
Prescott and Sun Dieuo.
Ihm. In Prescott, November 28, to tho
wife of 0. B. Genung, a daughter.
On the 15th, Juines McDertnott commit
ted suicide at Gila City, with a revolver.
Married. In Washington, I). C, Novem
ber 25, Richard C. McCormick, of Arizona,
to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Allen G.
ihiirman, of Ohio.
Died At Ccrbat, November 20, A. Lands
On the 4th, Gen Crook took tho oath re
quired upon accepting tho position of Briga
On the 1st, the Daily Arizona Mikkk
mado Its first appearance, beintr the first
daily patier attempted in this Territory.
li'irn in 1'rescott, Uec. 1, to tbo wife of
U. U, .lewcil, a daughter.
In Prescott, Dec. 4, to the wife of John
W. Davis, a daughter.
Manied. hi Tucson, Dec. 4. Win. J. Os-
born to Miss Anna Johnson.
Dtel At Fort Yuma. Dec. 2. tho" infant
son of Rebecca S. and Capt 0. Whcaton. 23d
Ou Dec. 1st, a younc Indian was murdered
and the body frightfully mutilated, at Fort
Died. At Fort Whipple, Dec. 17. Hospital
Manied. In Yuma, Dec. 14, T. J. Bid
well to Miss Frances V. Bishop.
In Prescott, Dec. 17, John C. Leonard to
Miss Grachius Buscus.
Dud. In San Francisco, Cal., Dec. 21,
Herbert Bowers, suttlcr at Fort Whipple.
He was well-known and highly respected
throughout the Territory.
Married. In Prescott, Dec. 24, Samuel
Dennis to Miss Benin Romaro,
In Prescott. Dec. 21, Chas. L. Rail to Miss
About Dec. 20tb, Lieut W. F. Rice's com
mand attacked two email ranchcrias in the
foot-hills of the MatUal mountains, near cast
fork of tho Verde rivr, dispatching 21 bucks
and capturing 2 women and 10 children.
Married. In lucson, Dec. 14, Thomas
Hughes to Senorita Donetila Santoyo.
At Whipple Heights, Dec 27, Lieut Fred
erick L. Dodge, 23d Infantry, to Miss Laura,
daughter of the late Major F. ClemenU
W On Willow Creek, Dec 2C, to the
wife of C. L. Ferguson, a daughter.
About the 2Gth, Lieut. Schuyler's scout
killed 27 Indians in Tonto Basin.
A. a. tlATU. ALIllR kASIIAU,
DON'T READ THIS,
Unless you wan't to find out that you can
Buy Goods at Roduced Rate, of
DAVIS & RANDALL,
-A. I? HVEI3STEHA.Ij PARK,
Groceries and Provisions.
CLOTHING AND HARDWARE,
TOKACX'O AND CI CM KM,
33ru ixncl lIocLiciiioHj,
Who ar. al.o rre:rl to 8III1' OUEfJ AND UUI.LIOM,
avu huk. nuvrai kVlT.BC. oo u. Muj.. UvY4
Wm. Coax. jous C. Potts.
Cory Sc I?ott,
CIIJEVJP for CASH,
NEEDED BY EVERYBODY
at Tur.m hToni: is ckubat. wallapai
mim.no district, moiiavj; cousty,
We keep on hand, a large Aaaortment of
DRUGS AM) MEDICINES.
Cill nml TJ. aofl7T2
Wallapai Assay Office.
Cerbat, Mohave County, Arizona,
I W to Inform th.mtnrn and polillo la (rami that 1
hare ur-ratd an Away 0c at Ortwt. Wallaal DUIrtrt,
wbcr I am rrrrti to do aay work la Um 11b. tf my
botluvM. I bar.
Eda'wd Prices to Belt tin That, r'j i
Slur!. A.uja for Ld, Oold and SUrrr JM
S'.nnlr Autri tir Cujrr 3,00
Slnirl. A.i.ji fur Cojr. Oold aad flllrrr TJM
Sllrrr Dalllua Bieltnl and Aiuj-fd at 2 pr oa-st, ut ala.
rerwM wndlar or. will oUrr. th. followlair ralat
rnW.riM Ui ore. and mil tboruiffbly . mi about two
none, of ntl ituapW , If rn.tr I baa on. aaoipl., mark
the aaisf In plain figure. KnalU fires br rerun tnaU.
C PLUTZ, Aui) ir,
Strango meeting that in New York. Im
menso mass meetings of destitute working
men, with much violent talk froa trie lead
ers and communistic cheers, groans anj ntMe4
from the listeners, while, as ir l0 jTC n
ular European aspect, to tDC affair, we are
told that police till ,0 can-t reJ, ba,r
themselves trying v, jp the ppii from
committing sor.(0 CXCVM Verily, the carry
trigs on say ir 0f .J,trong governments,' and
should ,Cftrn our people of the inequality ex
lsUr,g between tho rich and the ioor in the
''(jreat metropolis of the u Laud of the Free
' f I T ! .1 9y a, ,
aim idc nurac oi xne iiraTe. n may oe
that some European demagogues and agita
tors are taking active parts in this Parisian
business, yet, it is not at all unlikely that
there is great suffering and sympathy for tho
Commune among our poor countrymen and
women, who are neglected by the capitalists
and immigration .agent. The lesson of all
this is is that the East is overcrowded, and
such being the case, tho Federal and State
Governments ought to encourage the extra
poor to come west, where thoy can, by labor,
earn an honest living.
A referenco to yesterday's dispatches in
the Miner will satisfy everybody that, in
Congressman Nesmith of Oregon, white peo
ple afllicted by Indians have a true friend.
able and fearless defender. Nesmith knows
Indians about as well as any living mao, and
his testimony concerning their scalp taking
ways, although in conflict with such canting
slick-doodles as O. O. Howard, is as gold to
"Regimental Fun." This is the name
of a small, but interesting weekly paper, of a
military caste, published at Santa Fc, New
Mexico, from which we learn that Capt Ho
hart, who formerly served at Fort Whipple,
has recently transferred to the 3d Infautry
with Capt Morris, who takes Capt Hobart's
place in tho oili Uavaln.
The same paper states that the Band
(mounted) plays at Santa Fo every Saturday
PAUL BR EON,
Camp Mohave, Arizona.
Groceries, Provisions, Liipnri.. Terr''ttr! '1, .1,.
Casp itokat., Arlniaa. January 7, 1873. Ja)fe
Business & Professional Cards.
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
Will practice hit prufeulon la all tli Court! of lb. Territory
Jf.ll.CAIITTrrt. II. NCARTTKa, JR.
H. H. CAETTEE & SON,
Attorney mid Counselor nt Law.
PrcacMtt, Vavaaal Cnantv, Arlaona.
Will attend to tmtla-M la all tin evuru of tb Tertiiitfy
J. I. IIARGRAVE,
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-LAW
Montezuma street, 1'rescott, Arizona.
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
JOII1V A. RUSH,
Attorney at Law,
Will itrictlj- attend to all ImaineM entnntd to Mm, Id tb.
eTrrai wouru ot uecora in tb Territory.
Prompt attention ghea to Collect! ctJ.
J. E. McCAFFRY,
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-LAW
Main Street. Taie.on, A, T.
J. N. HtcCANDLESS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
timre, .ortli Ktde, of Plain, Pre.eott.
HENEY W. FLEUEY,
Justice of the Peace and Notary Public.
WM. A. HANCOCK,
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
Blank Declaratory- luumtau,
Ad Lrl Blanki ot all klnda. Bills collect mapUr
ITxmli, Hartropa Co. Ariaooa, Jan. 6th. 1872.
Attorney at Xj a " .
Phoenix, Marioopa County, A. T.
Ottw, ia tb. Newt Perot, on tfe Waat iM. f tb. ITaxa.
A. E. DAVIS,
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
Xltcrsl Park, Kcaars Gouty, Arfsesa,
Win sltewl So Wal tmrintat 1 all tk. mrt U tba
Fhom A, W. Callk.v. Thisgcntleman has
written us tho following note, dated Junc
tion City, Kansas, January lSth:
Your favor of the 5tu came duly lo hand. I was
glad lo hear from you, and thai Arlroua aaa ftt-
iing agooa well in jr. i eousraiuwie you ou tue
nc.it appearance of the Daii.v Mineu. Financial
iiro.tratlon now binds mod of our active business
mcu from thu Atlantic to thu caitern base of the
Hocky Mountains. Ilut, I am in hopes to reach
l'nwcoti ai;aln nuxt tall, with sntilclent force nn J
machinery to pronuwiy work the mines.
A. W. Callcn,
TOLLS AND FERRIAGE.
THE 1'RESCOTT AND MOHAVE TOLL HOAD
Co, bar. reduced the rate, of toll to one-ivarth the uiaal
rat o all rtotk drirea to Ariaoaa orer tb Pneoott and
ifo&ST. Tell Karnd, (excel M LictaM f-r
The rate of ferriage at th. IlardytUle Terry will U,
on mk eatU., lea iiti jr tieadj ca aheap, foataor
snf. oae cent per bend
Tb.ee ratae of ferrlua will remala oolr uaUl Mar, or
a.lH tbe htfh water vt to. Cvrm'ir rfree, tirv. IWrwa;.
a. per contract.
No cbarje tor ferrylof work aturk ea mil from Call
fornla to lTTtx when full toll 1. raild.
I'HKSCOTT k. MOUAVK TOLL ROAD CO.
Per WM. II, IIAHIir.
riardyrllle, January 1. 1874. janlSM
J. O0LOWATEB k BS0.,
Wholes a lk Deal ens,
Fonraxding and Commission Merchants,
Restaurant, Bakery and Saloon
Next door to the Miner Office.
FRKNII BREAD, PIE, CAICEN,
Faralahod hy the Week, Day, or Meal, at
the fallawtng prlrea i
rr WVl Ten dollar, rsmaey,
ISlcule MeaU S.ieoly St. ceata.
Good Larer. Ileer Wlnea, Liquor and CI cart, kept oon
lauUyoo hand, for the acooranivdatlon
JOHN KTCMMElt, Ir.prietor.
Ireeitt, April 12, 1(173.
Next door lo thu .Miner Office, rrescott.
GOOD LAGER REER,
Liqwr tid Cigar i,
Always on hand and for sale.
JOHN ItAIBLB, Proprietor.
rreott. January 13. 1672.
Tho nomination, hy the President, of Geo
Tyng, as U. S. Marsha) of Arizona, gives en
tire Fatisfactimi to tbo peopte of this section
of tho Territory, who know Mr. T. to ho a
good, honest man.
.. . . I.
Major E. W. Crittenden, 5th cavalry, has
been granted loavo of absence for fifteen
ThoNegrophohists huvo struck a rich thing
in tho porion of congressman Elliot, of South
Carolina, who has siwken a piece, written, no
doubt, by Senator Sumner, or some other
whilo "master" of language, grace ami elo
quence According to those follows, Elliot
knocked the pins from under Aleck. Stevens
and other ablo white men.
The legislatures of Colorado, Now Mexico
and Montana aro in session. Ours will not
meet until November next.
MONTEZUMA BAR & BILLIARD
MONTEZUMA STREET, l'KESCOTT.
We hare rwently rvnorated and filed up our aaloon in
fine ') l", ana have nova oui iue cnom.i
WINES, LIQUORS, nnd CIGARS,
rou oun jWtroxs and the ruiiLtc.
W haee two of J. Htrah!. t Co't ftneit Taulra. with
Delaney'a I'ateot wire cublnn, whleh are far tuperlor to
any olher now in um. nilllardltta will plea, mil and
lade, for tuemeelTC
We hnv. a Club lUnim, fur ceDllemr a, attarhed to tUa
rrrmutt. A-ut 3, 1873.
J. L. FISHER,
Auctioneer and (amission
Salesroom, North Side of Plaza.
Haa oa kaod, at hU sew Saloon, oa Berth aide cf Plata
of all klnda, Ujrether with a Utgt stock ol
CAHKTUXiIiY SELECTED CIOAR&
Location of Mining Claims
FOR SAI.E AT THE MINER OFFICE.
No Prwreetor or Mlaer tbnaM ro Into ta wrnatn )
out a 'apply of thee, eery kandy and eorrect MrtaJy-iuad.
wm. x. mur, v. a. trrantENs.
Kelly & Stephens,
ASH PEALCBS 1.1
Tobacco and Cigars,
Fancy Goods, Yankee Notions,
Fresh Fruit Garden Seed, Jko.
rreeeott, Jaanary 18, ieTS jalS-T3tf.
rttAXic itbcixu. Trioriiiixa Lohiixox.
Pu reel la & Loisillon,
Hate now on hand, at their PKICK HtORK, (Rartsna'a old
atand), Goodwin Street, all kind of
CLOTHING. UOOXS As SHOES,
MXNXNO TOOLS, LIQUOItS, &&,
Which they offer ftraata cheap. f.b8lf
CHARMINt DALE STAYfON,
Four Miles East of Caaap II Halpai.
Nerer falllnc WATKH, Id abuodanc. HAY
and QUAIN" alwart ready lor teamitere.
H. C. KOOERS. Mte
T. 11. CAimn AXl) I.AIir. fioperlntendenti.
Tilton's Steam Washer,
Jl-pr.i: II. IWOOKR, of rreacott, has tb right to man.
ufactura and tell tbww tnachloee, and he will Im pleaied
to (rive further InformaUon conre rnlny them. Tli. prW
of a maclilne here irill a4 fall far eliort of t'A 'l'lite,
owIdc to tiw fact that tha tnttonunf Hum sour mudo are
Oae of Ihtao watlteri can be eea nt th itnm of K. C.
Itojen, SouUi ilooteaama Htreet,
DUX WEED REMEDY 0E 0REQ0K RHED.
uwua tiire.ai ir. Keuiaii a urui( rsimo.
VJslSe ttud ffoauiu, at Dili
I'llE l'ATKN'l' iIL.f.H, FltKyil
AR AND IILLIARD SALOON,
Montexuma Street, Corner Qurley.
LARGEST AND BEST SALOON
JAr NORTHERN ARIZONA.
deeldwtf A. U MOKLLCR, I-rtfrletor,
AT THE "HirTT," 0 MONTEBDMA BT
THE TIIIRSTV CAN
CET GOOD WHISKEY,
RUM, OIN, BRANDY, KTJMMETj,
SAVICIC'l OR SOUK WINUIB,
And Tolerabla Water. Drop la.
a.Biac.soLiA watiui, r-umiiiA
eCSTVaU-r and the bett Wrl((ht'a Colopne, I'retb
andOtnuIue at I) II. KUMAl.L fKmeerUruff