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1. XI. No. 7.
B ARIZONA MINER.
Publlshod Dolly and Weekly,
.. Vnvnnal Hniintv. Arizona.
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MAIIIOIST M. CO.
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in.l will alwnr. contain rnr, latk.it, iir.tir onu
uiM iiHLKMtWK mat can wi proqureu or teieirraiiu,
Kipreee and "" other Ulr meant.
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r.f lWiure). I1VP. toltll for Three Month.
KriiUy. toe WKKKLY MlM.lt. containing telegraphic
to Ike hour of ifiitnif to rri, will be furnl.tied all
r .ulwrllier. without extra charge.
vr.KTIIN(i KATES, In either Hi. Pally or Weekly.
uch (l2lloM'if llibiyp..), in column, (3(10 for ftrit
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liberal dtwount from .bora rafe. wlB b WAil. to ir
wba amy adrerthe largely by th. year, lull" year or
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b work, may rorwoni it by utall, or otliernlie, ut
Tllli WEEKLY MINER,
i tnt .amber of tb. WKKKMT Ml.VKII win Uiued on
III i. lrtl, una, uow, lu till., It. eleventh year, It
with Unlli, claim to be th. oM.it, large.t and bl
aptr la tie Territory.
Corr.On V.ar i $7,00
IMK JlOUWl. .... 4,UU
Three Month. 2.60
IraJ Tuvltr Xoltt UiUn at ;ir in ixiyeuit for tub-
atlnrtiiing and job work:
Tltvi-'n culwnct InrariMy.
AilJrex all order, and letter to
JOHN It. MAttlON t CO..
(Prom Saturday'. Dally.)
Cuisir., Criuixals, &c. During the past
week our Territory has been dugraced
fciurdercrs and would-bc raunlercrs ; whose
lul bullets and kuircs havo flew and Hashed,
itly In tho night time. First came the
is of tho cowardly, bloody deed at Wick-
lurg, in this county, where two fit sub-
i for the gallows, dragged a man from his
and nil but murdered him.
text, tho mall boro news tram Moharo
nty, of the murder, outright, of a man at
ioto Hole;, and tho wounding of another
i at Ilualpai Springs.
lumii county came next, with news of tho
Kblo attack rcicntly made by ltio Grando
esters upon a quiet Mexican citizen of
f place, aud, last, comes Maricopa, telling
Ihc recent hootiug of a musician in a
to house of her principal town.
Icre aro five men, two of whom havo died
(heir woundu, and three mora who aro lia-
at any minute, to',drop ofl. A ghastly
lire, sure enough, and one which calls
lly to judges mid juries to hereafter do
whole duty when dealing with crimin
For such cowardly assassins wo havo
Sympathy and, when caught, if our pco-
tuink they will, like former criminals, go
unished by judges and juriee, the Miner's
co is to hang or shoot them on tho spot.
facir deeds wcro not prompted by mo
tary bursts of passion ; ou tho contrary,
' were deliberately planndd and cruelly,
podically carried out; therefore, as tboy
I shown no mercy, no mercy should be
rn to them.
r a man with a cause, who in tho heat
asiion, or in 6elf-defense, shoots down,
i or in any way kills or malms another,
tavo great sympathy ; for tho coward
strikes a man unawares, no sympathy,
lever, should be shown, and of such aro
Villains who committed tho black and
ping crimes alluded to.
bco writing tho foregoing, wo learn rtliat
Ion arrived in Prcscott. about 7 o'clock
evening, and immediately surrendered
Iclf to tho sheriff, who placed him in
According to his story, be was, for sev-
days and nights, secreted in tho moun
i, and, from his hiding place, hoard J.
Iryan, Mr. Van Duscn nnd others of his
ucr,( talking about what they would do
him whon found.
bout dark, .ast Thursday 'evening, bo
c his way to tho cabin of Messrs. McQuire
', old acquaintances of bis, who, in
plianco with his request, accompanied
to Prescott, where ho arrived at tho
(already stated, foot-sore, hungry and
irally used up.
po men who accompanied him here, star
for thoir homes by buckboard, this morn-
They 'do not, wo .understand, Uy plaitn
e rcw7d offered by J. M. Bryan or that
d by-onr sheriff.
ster GsJIagher, accused of being an ac
pllco of Nelson had a hoaring yesterday,
Ire Judgo Fjcury, who remanded him
E to jail, to await result of wounds of Mr
n. At this meeting, Gallaghor had noth
o say. Tho deposition of Deputy Sher-
frascr, as read, was not very soothing to
Byan, a nowspapor man, whom most of
citizens recollect, appears to havo on in
t in the so-called Booth bribery case. In
I'ornin. At least, ho was ono of the ner
I recently sworn to Drove thai Booth paid
E . -
W for his U. 8. Senatorshlp.
; his just been found out that one of tho
iicang hung at Tucson, aorae time ago,
' hand in the terrible maisacro of tho
T fanillv. In which rn!tn hnnrrlnrr was too
' 'or him.
Inyo (Cal.) Independent sighs for a
aaa to transport the bullion from Its
, many of which cannot bo worked on
nt of lack of transportation facilltlc.
xicans aro still making war upon Araer
I n tho Texas border.
(from Monday'. Dully.
Lato News by Mail.
Tho San Dcrnardino Guardian states that
James Grant has sowed 200 acres of barley in
a field near its town. Mr. G. must be ex
pecting a continuance of mail contracts.
Tho Commissioner of Indian Affairs has
arrived at tho wise conclusion that tho re
moval of Gacliiso and his Indians from this
Territory to New Moxico is not practicable,
and so Mr. Jeffcrds1 recommendation will not
bo acted upon.
Dr. T. J. Wilson, of Salt Hirer Valley, is,
according to the Guardian, in San Bernar
dino, making tho necessary preparations for
tho removal of his family to this Territory.
As soon as trains run to Spndra, which will
be in a very short time, tho Guardian says
that tho trip will bo mado in llvo or six hours
less time than formerly. A gain for travelers
to and from Arizona.
Totally disabled soldiers and Bailors will,
in case of tho passage of a certain bill, get in
creased pensions, and time in which original
applications for pensions may be filed will bo
The Los Angeles Star says that work is
steadily progressing on tho Uluo Jay and
other mines this side of San Bernardino, near
tho overland stage road. Also, along the
Mohavo river. Tho "desert" is now provinir
that its mineral resources arc immense.
San Bernardino's public square is plowed
and sowed In barley. Our public square re
mains in the same old open und dilapidated
A Washington dispatch says that Colonels
Granger and Doublcday havo, at their own
request, been placed upon the retired lut by
Tho Omaha smelting works have been very
successful the past year, and have given regu
lar employment to about 75 men. Oh, that
somo company would erect and run tho right
kind of reduction works in Arizona.
Homowood A Johnson, horsemen, of West-
field, New York, think thev have a horse
that can beat California's equine idol, Thad
Stevens, and mean to prove it soon.
The Postmaster General has Usucd an or
der that hereafter appointments of Special
Agents of the Post Office Department shall
bo uiude subject to examination by a Board
of Examiners to be duly appointed, and whose
duty it shall be to examino special agents,
and report in writing particularly as to tho
qualifications of candidates. Persons found
not qualified will be discharged from tho scr
When the flood in tho Gila river was at its
highest, tho Yuma agent of tho San Diego
Union telegraphed "tho situation" as follows:
Yuma, Jonuary 23d 10 a. M. Three-fourths or
the town Is now ubmcrj;cd In water from two to
six feet In depth. Tho houtcsaro deserted. Kow
boats are plying OirotiKU tlio street. Tho Olla, U
still rUluf,', and there la no telling what tbu end
will be. The only hopo for the remainder of the
town U that the Colorado river will not rUc any
foster uutll tho Olla freehcil Is over.
This account differs from that givcuby tho
Tho Arizona (Yuma) Sentinel, of January
31st, quotes from the American Cyclopedia
in order to show the duty of an American
veisel engaged in tho coast survey, aud, then,
accuses tho captain of the Narragansett of not
having done his duty in that portion of tho
Gulf of California known as tho head of said
Gulf, into which tho Colorado river empties.
We. ourself, have a communication upon this
same subject, pointing out and condemning
the dcrilcction of duty on tho partol the cap
tain in question, which, but for its length,
would, long ago havo found a place in our
The nrincip.il points mado by our corres
pondent ore, that tho channels leading into
the rivor proper are dangerous : that nothing,
savo what tho Colorado S. N. Co. have learn
ed, by running their steamships and boats
through said channels, is known to uovern
ment and people ; the only survey ever made
of tho waters alluded to being that by Lieut
Hardy, of tho English Navy, nearly 10Q years
fiB- . . .
Tho captain of tho Narragansett, urougui
bis ship within.40 miles of the mouth of the
river, to which point his young men promised
to return, which promlso they forgot, upon
reaching their ship.
Now. this is too important a matter to uc
neglected, and tho Miner calls upon tho
Chamber of Commerce of San Francisco to
6co that it is not much longer ncgloctcd.
San Dieoo Daily World. This paper
has run ovor a year and a half, and is now in
its fourth volume In it have appearod ablo
articles on almost every subject, and it pre
siding genius is certainly an able, logical
writer. San Diego, for its size, possesses
two of the best papers wo havo over read,
and, whilo its few people aro so generous to
said papers, wo sco no neeti 01 mo unu
and Union fighting that saino old Tom cat
Tho citizens of Florence, a thriving and
beautiful village In one of tho most charming
and productive of tho many valleys of tho
Gila river, earnestly pray the military bu
thoritics to mako it a telegraph station, with
an operator. They feel certain that tho
business of tho placo would more than defray
the cxpenrcs of tho office, and to Gon Crook
wo mako known their desire in this respect,
which is certainly a laudablo ono.
Exactly what tho trouble between Bis.
jnnrck and tho French bishops has not, as
yet. been explained to thopeoplo of this Ter
ritory, who, in tho absence of tho facts, lay
tho matter at tho door of tho Catholic
church. It is not likolv that Franco is
anxious to lock horns with tho Prussian
PltESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 13, 1871.
from Monday. Dally.)
Poor Wiiitz Another noble, brave, cen-
crous nnd enlightened soul has been freed
from earthly cares. After serving his coun
try 28 years, Dr II. II. Wirtz i, by death,
honorably retired lrom servico and from
earth. Having known him well, having re
spected j yea, almoit loved him, our grief at
tlio thought of never again being able to sec
him on earth, is akiu to that which wo havo
experienced over tho loss of near nnd dear
relatives, for, never huvo wo known u man,
who was not related to us by tics of kindred,
who was drawn so near us as the good "Old
Doctor," whoso friends here, In and out of
tho army, mourn his loss and hope that the
United Statea Army will never have a worse
man or surgeon in its ranks. With him we
have traversed Arizona; with himwoonco
more expected, to talk over old times, but
that hope is now as cold as the corpse of bur
Deceased was a native of Philadelphia and,
on his mother's side, an offshoot of tho Bour
bons of France.
Should tho Cachiso savages concludo to
break out in open war, Gen Crook will have
as much as be can possibly do with tho few
troops now in the Territory, tr subduo the
tribo and its allies. The namo of Cachlse is
a sort of talisman among all other bands of
Apaches, and tho influence of Cachiso has
been used so as to keep Indians in close sym
pathy with himself and tribe, all of which,
when added to the tendency of some Mexi
cans to help Cachiso kill and rob Americans,
by way of retalliation for former license
granted by our Government, is somcting lor
&aid Government to cogitate upon. We hope
for peace, but advise Government to prepare
for the worst, by sending Crook more troops.
Not one written language under the sun
in which ho was not prulicicnt; and, but for
one fault, he might long ago have been at
the head of bis corps in the army. That
fault, a taste for strong drink, while 5t did
not burl much his massive intellect, destroy
ed his bodily towers and brought on that
death the causes of which he knew lull well.
But, ho has gone, nnd, if friends do not, his
country ought to eco that his last resting
place is honored with a suiUblo monument.
"Young 1'outicias" want to know If there !
relly ucU a place aa "Salt Hirer," other than the
atteam to promlucnt In political Rcography. To
be inre there is, lu Arizona. The valley U partic
ularly fcrtllo nnd pro.pcrou. havlni; yrudaeed
tin. nrr-jicnt aeaaon 3.000.000 ixmnd of WhttU,
000,000 pound, of barley, half that quantity of
beans, with sweet potatoes anu otuer icgciauiua
in abundance. The settlement In tho valley in
cludes cIl'UI store., two bakcriw, three black
smiths' shops, a flouring mill, a chool-houc, a
quartette of saloous, aud uot a single lawycrr
politician. Crofutt's Wcatern World, Jan., 18.4.
Iu products, last year, exceeded all you
have credited it with, and, at this writing, it
laments over tho presenco of several lawyers
A Disousfnn Editor. An oditor of a
New Jersey pajwr, on retiring, says:
1 retire from tho editorial 'cha'.r with a complete
conviction that all Is vanity. Krom tho hoar I
Urt occupied tho position of editor to tho pres
ent time I have been solicited to lie on every given
subject, and can't remember ever bavlnrr told a
wholesome truth without dlinlnUhlmr the sub
scription list or making an enemy. Under tbwo
circumstances of trial, and having a thorough
contempt for royscU, I retire lu order t recruit
my moral constitution.
We believed in tho foregoing until those
words, "moral constitution" met our gaze,
when it struck us that tho fellow would
rather die Being that live to tell tho truth,
for, who over heard of a New Jency editor
who could lay claim to having a moral con
Tho Fobruary number of tho Overland
Monthly, opens with a paper from Ocncral
Sherman, telling what ho knows about vigi
lantes and their carryings on in fcan rran-
... f r.1t....wl t... stmA
Cisco, wiiicu paper ia iuuu uj
twelvo others on various lopics. Tako this
magazino all jn all, and the like of it for rare,
original matter, such as pleases and Interests
the averago. American reader, can nowucro
else be found.
The San Bernardino Guardian urges it
citizens to form a joiut stock company for tho
purpose of erecting a good hotel. Wo havo
asked Prescott peoplo to do tho samo thing,
but they havo not done it, and wo ask them
to do so again.
Thero is some irregularity about carrying
tho mail to Camp Grant, which, wo hope,
will bo speodily remedied. A subscriber to
ih Daily Minkr at that post says ho has
not received his paper for some timo past
Congressman Shanks alleges that some
body has stolen and destroyed his book upon
Indians and their treatmont by tue "pcaco
doctors, which book contained many charges
of fraud, etc, committod by so-called relig
ious Indian agents.
Tho Ban Francisco Bulletin Company have
reduced the subscription price of their weekly
to 3 per annum. A better weekly we havo
Assessors, previous to starting on their
work for this year, will pleae road a certain
act of lost Legislative Assembly, regarding
collection of statistics.
Freight, by Pacific Mail steamship, from
San Francisco to Son Diego, $2 per ton. Dirt
Chas. L. Perkjns is about to start a Demo
cratic paper t yirglnia, Nevada.
A court-martial is to assemble at Bowie
ou tho 25th lost.
(From TiMMlay'. Dally.)
The result of tho recent exploring expedi
tion of Lieut. Wheeler through portions of
Arizona and New Mexico has presented some
uncongenial facts for tho consideration of
those interested in niiu'mg enterprises in Ari
zona. Of the two countries mentioned, New
.Mexico, which we before havo hud uufavor
ablu accounts from, is said to bo rich in min
erals, such as silver, lead, copper aud coal.
Southern Colorado, he reports, is a splendid
mining Held, and abounds, besides tho above
named metals, in mercury, platinum and tin.
Arizona, on I lie contrary, is nothing more
than a bleak desert, and has no valuublo min
erals whatever to boast of. Chicago Intcr
Occan. As no other papers save the Chicago Inter
Oceau nnd Albuquerque (Now Mexico) Re
view, havo published tho foregoing "news,"
the damage dono Arizona by such confoun
ded nonsense is, we arc quite sure, very
slight, and wo would not notico it were it
not to prove that the Inter-Ocean has wilful
ly lied or is cgregiously mistaken. The di
viding lino between California and Ari
zona is tho great navigable Colorado Hiver
of the West, upon whose broad bom steam
boats and barges continually ply, carrying
rich mercantile commodities fur the people of
this so-called " bleak desert," who, thanks
to tho mineral and other resources of their
"desert" havo alwefs paid for everything
they have received, even from Chicago. Tliw
lower valleys of this Colorado river in Ari
zona, aro very broad, havo deep, rich syil, up
on which several companies buve already
fixed their eyes as proper places to make
money by raising hemp, cotton, sugar, etc
Near Yutna, where mountains are Una met
with", wo find in every mountain, ledges of
rock, carrying gold, silver, lend und copper.
The same is true of the river and its Arizona
surroundings tor a distance of about 400
miles. Coming cast, lrom the Colorado, the
mountains around Gila City, where pieces of
pure gold, as largo as billiard balls, have fre
quently been dug out, wo pass north on this
line, and soon stnko the Ua.ttie Uomc moun
tains, wheresoorcs of men are now cmplovcd.
quarrying ores out of as many veins of rock,
containing silver anu icau in sucu quantities
as enable the owners of said ledges to mine
it out, draw it twenty or thirty miles to the
river, from whence it is carried, by water, a
distance of 2,000 miles to San FraucUco,
where it i sold at a profit; over and above
From this place, in this "desert," a stroll
over the samo line, in a northerly direction,
kceiu a person always within view of cither
a lode or a placer. Gold, silver, lead and
copper are actually everywhere visible. The
richest copper mines in the world, thos on
Williams' Fork of the Colorado, aro passed
by. and the traveler finally alijhu in
MoLsvo connty, a few mininir districts of
which Lt. Wheeler visited and speaks of as
tullows in Ins "JL'rclltnirary JUport:"
"This was located years ago, and known as
the Sacramento district. Some labor was
spent, with little success, Until finally the
parties were driven out by Indians.
In the spring of 1871 a party of nrospect-
. 1 J!..!.I J II t
ors rc-cniercu uiu aisirici, au'i uiscuvcrcti
manv new veins, sbowinir almost everv varie
ty of silver ore. Soma tittle excitement fol
lowed, and very many claims wcro located.
Tho general direction of the lodges is from
north -10J west, to north 55 west, and the
surface exposure of mineral is the largest I
havo ever seen. The veins occur in solid
granite, and along edges of erupttvo volcanic
beds, and are wide and well deliocu. .Many
of tho surface ores are rich, and especially
tbu narrow veins, most of which will prove
to bo feeders, jjotu gold and silver ore
found, tho latter predominating. The veins
that arc to bo permanent will bo of the lower
grade ores, but yet of sufficient richness to
admit of liieir being worked even in this lo
cality. Thero aro evidences that tho water
level is to be found early, and that tho ore
will assume a moro permanent form, princi
pally of the bluo sulphurct variety. One of
tho handsomest veins that it has ever been
my fortuno to examino was the Porter mine,
at that timo the best developed in depth in
the district, showing a distinctly organized
vein in solid granite at 55 feet. Mining op
erations can now be conducted In the north
western part of Arizona, as the Hualpais
Indians, occupying this section, have been
subdued and are at pcaco. Tho Colorado
Hiver is near at hand as a modo of traniit,
and the projected Atlantic and Pacific Bail-
road pusses midway between several minim;
districts that border on tho river. I look
upon this district as ono of the most prom
ising in Arizona, and, indeed, among many
oi inoso mei in my iravein. ono u-buiuiii
f .1 . . . . ? . r r . i
free process mill is In process or erection.
Maynard District, Arizona.
This district was discovered in 1871, and
lies on the eastern slopo of tho Hualpais
Mountains at a distance of thirty miles from
tho Needles on tho Colorado Hiver, and the
railroad near the thirty-fifth parallel passes
within nino miles of tho principal locations.
Tho mineral belt covers an area of nearly
twenty square miles. Tho veins aro similar
to those iu tho Hualpais district, havo tho
samo direction, and, in fact, to a remarkable
decree, these districts aro counterparts. No
work done yet. Wood, timber, and water
1 . i,r i t
aro plenty. The site for a mining camp i
very desirable. This locality will also act as
a center, from which much prospecting will
be done further down tho saino range; also
to the south and east, and bordering tho
country of tho Apacho-Mohayes, from which
locality iloat mineral was noticed in different
The same is true, in a mineral sense, of ov
cry 20 mile belt of Arizona, cither cast and
west, or north and south. Conceruing its
agricultural and grazing resources, wu will
again quote Lieut Whoolcr, and then luave
the mutter to intelligent peoplo every where
outside of Arizona, to judge whether or not
tho malicious paragraph above quoted is an
abominable lie, intended to opcrato to tho in
jury of Arizona and its people, or to bring
into troublo and ill repute an officer upon
whoso reports tlio uovcrnment and intelll
cent citizens, everywhere, look to for unyar
nlshod facts concerning the resources of the
partially settled region of our country, bor
dcring tho t'acltio ocean, tne uuii or uailior
nia and Western Mexico.
In a oubscfiuent rciwrt. mado still later.
and after he bad seen moro of Arizona, Lieut
Wljfclcr spcaka of having seen, around Pros
cott and further cast, lu Arizona, more tim
ber, grass, water nnd game than he had be
fore seen in nil his trips on this western slope,
from nil of which he predicts n grand future
for this now illy known and well lied about
section of the Republic.
Again, he pronounced tho climate of our
Territory tho Inst and most enjoyable of any
(wrtion of the Great West. But, bcttcrthan
all these assertions arc the well authenticated
productions of this Territory, a few small ag
ricultural patches of which, last year, yielded
fifteen million pounds of wheat, barley and
corn, thousands of bushels of sweet and Irish
potatoes, beting, cabbage and other vegetables
in immense qunntititiea ; and, better still,
over a million dollars in gold, silver, copper
and lead. This, too, iu the first year of
peace with Bavago foes, who, us Lt. Wheeler
truthfully asserts, forced miners, farmers, ev
erybody, to work and travel "loaded dowfl
" with anus, that they might, in an instant,
"hastily forget their business and defend
" their lives and property from the skulking
Another item, and wo will havo done. A
year aco. the Anachcs had stolen nearly all
the domestic animals of tho Territory ; now,
horses, cattle and sheep actually "craze upon
a thousaud hills," and men, with their herds
of stock, aro almost every day coming into
tho Territory from California, New Mexico
and other places.
WICKENBURQ HOME STATION
ARIZONA STAGE LINES.
junction' oi" Tin:
TUCSON AS I) WICKKXBUKG
PEESCOTT, SAN BEENAEDINO
Srn g- '. -r r T "TV 17" Ml I
X A(J. X PS 1K9
ONE IlfXDItKD MILES Kat of KhrrobrrK and the
Color 1.I0 lUrrr. Maetv mlln Kith of ImeuU and Three I
uni mrtM .art iJ Kuti lltrfuuilltM. ! KixtV EnU. .I I
l'bu-oll and On. HimdrtJ and Twenty mllr. VetoT
U00Q ACCOmmoaaUOUB TO XraTCien,
VU, Hoard and Ix!ftrir. a fine CorraL Barley and
Wheat Hay fat Stock, a ltUr.kui.iUi and Waoa 8lor k
pair ut wajruu. and .huciac UcrM. A1m ooseusuy
a luad, fie
AH at rraKoaMe )rW, and erery atteatiua plT.n to the
tretetisr public to luaie lueir tojaan a iuMoe,
J. II. 1'IEKSOS. SnperintendenU UU
M. li. PJERAJLTA,
Ki&i&g and Agricultural Implements,
POWDER, FUSE, ETC.
ThU well-known aad porolar plae of rwort ha. afrala.
throuzh einiraUoo of lrue, alien Into Ui. hasd. of IU
owner, A. II. reeplM, under wboee direction It win ooa
tlnn to b ran tat the accommodation of th. public
TIIK HAH, wblch! attended tatiy Tom Fkwraoy,)
will, at all tlmea, to found weU npr 41ed with
TIIK BKBT URAKDS OP
Wines, Liquors, nnd Clears
THE BILLIARD ROOM
CONTAINS two No. X 'iVUXjliiH.
Adtotniir U Saloon, and beloo(r to Mr. IeeplM U
Where tock will b. fed and oUwrwlM attended to.
nl3 A. II. 1'KErLCS. Proprietor.
BEST AND CHEAPEST
Freight andPasscngcr ltoutc.
San Francisco, Cal.,
GUAYMA8. IA PAZ, MAZATLAN,
And Other Mexican VorU.
THE COLORADO BTEAM HAVIQA-
tlon t;omnny. eociiem niruuu.,'
KEWBERH aad MONTANA '""s
1. t...tv .fl.r. toe Mexican
purUaud mouth of Colorado river, eooneounir em i
boat., freight landed at Yuma In tweir. w oy .rum
Ak-enele or the Company at oiu r roni ouys r
rmacisf. morma,-. uuu.
a5t6 General Bunerlnlenae.il.
Passage at Reduced Rates,
Yuma to San Francisco,
Per C. S.N.Co's Stearaors:
j:ir Accommodations First Class, -u,
1. 1YILHAMUH. JH..
novetf Oeaeral Sujwilatende at.
Yuma Xitig- Store.
Wholesale and Iletall
Dlatu otreei uirast Ariinna,
flat In .tor full tin. of
nisnonsint! Medicines. Patent Mcdiclucs
Drugs, Perfumery, Paints, Oils, Toilet
Aed all other crtlclM usually kept Is Drug Storti
fiPPreacrirtlons put up with great car.
Or dm from the cuotry aollclted, with the auarme
tut Pr.cW, AC, wh. M I-uaa HPfffiffi
Vuaw, Ariioes. deeiSJ'Tlt
business & Professional Cards.
ATTORNEY and C0UN8EL0R-AT-LAW,
Will proctlcr hi. profrulon la all the Co.rt. of tb. Territory
ii.u.cAirrrr.n. u.hcaktter, ju.
H.H. CAETTEE & SON.
Attorneys and Counselors at Law.
Prtientt, Ynvapal Count)', Arizona.
Will attend to btufor. Id all the corU of th. Territory
J. P. HARGRAVE,
ATTORNEY and 00UN8EL0n-AT-LAW,
Monteznma street, Frcscott, Arizona.
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
JOHN A. RUSH,
A. ttorney "fc Law.
W1II ,trlet)j. atUnd to M ut,t otm.w to him, la th.
tereral Court, ol Becurd la the Territory.
Prompt attention (rlvta to Polled! oti.
J. E. McCAFFRY,
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-LAW
Mali. Street, Tneaon, A, T.
J. N. HcOANDLESS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Offler, North side of Plaza, Pre.cott.
HENRY W. FLEURY,
Justice of the Peace and Notary Public.
WM. A. HANCOCK,
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
Blank Declaratory tatemcata, ,
And Lepd Blank, of all kind. Bill, collect! pronpdy
rbmiatMtotm co. Arlwoa, Jan., 1872.
I A t;t;0 T XI V fX X, JLlfWe,
Pbrnni. Variffntm. fifltintT. A. T.
oaiee, la the Nw Depot, oath. YVcettldecftk ruia.
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR -AT-LAW,
Misers! Fare, Moatr. Couty, Arlssaa,
WUl attecd le ltrtJ txutne. la all
Territory maUn oollertiotu, etc
Court of th.
J. L. FISHER, -
Auctioneer and (JommlMn
Salesroom, North Bide of Flaza.
J. QOLDWATER & BRO.,
Foncardiog and Commission Merchants,
Hu oa hand, at til new Saloon, era oertfc (Ida of rlaaa
of all kiada, loffeUier wlta a larf stock Ot
CAKETTJIXY SELECTED CIOAR1
Location of Mining Claims,
FOR flftT-Ti AT THE MINER OFFICII
No I'TMpeefor Miner .honld go Into in. country wim-
out a .arply of tbee. ery Kasuy ana oorreci reaayuauD
FRESH MEAT AND VWETAJti
PIONEER MEAT MARKET,
GRANITE STREET, PltESCOTT,
Eat plenty ef both, aad you wlU aoou be a. itrong at mm.
a. fat a. butter, and aa .tout, around the wait, a. a 1 rwi-
PtttcoU, Aujrtut vt, icu.
WM.X.UU.T, v. A. STtrutxa.
Kelly & Stephens,
AND tilUUiaa IN
Tobacco and Cigars,
Fancy Goods, Yankee Notions,
Freak Fruit, Garden aeoa, ore.
Preeoott, January 18, 1673 Julg-THf,
fBAXK I'L'RCEIXJl. TUKOrniUJt LAISILLOX.
Purcelia & Loislilon,
rtav. now oa baad, at their BUCK STOUt, (Raveana's old
ttaad), Uoudwln tcreet, ail una. oi
cx-oTirnsrG. HOOTS Ac shoies.
MimiTO TOOLS, LIQUORS, Ac,
Which they offer for tale cheap. wbStf
CHARMING DALE STATION,
Pour Miles East of Camp Ilualpai.
N.rer failing WATKH, In abundaae. HAY
. ..i n u k 1 M si road v lor team.tera.
" ' .. i
T. VI. CAKTEB AND lanv, Bufwrlatoodent.
IAR AND IILLIARD SALOON,
Montezuma BUeot, Comer Ouiloy.
LARGEST AND BEST SALOON
JN NORTHERN ARIZONA.
deeldwtf A. U MOELLER, rroprltor.
rUlaBk Mining mnA tXaltclatm Dfceds
Kjtaclal and Canerol PowerKr-Attorjf
tc.rorasU atth. Miner Office.