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'roni HatnrJay'l Dally.
eKlK ok TniKR. Yesterday, Mr. J. Ilrt-
f,.,,itt ,V Iluwltt, with Mcmm I.hin, French,
ill"'-' " I ...I -.. iml
.1 nn'tbe northern extension of Uio Tiger
Je for tlw Mim of JC'000 c,h' Tbi9l
I. ,, a tnviul sum ior sucu leoi, wc icci
tCVC(l W Willi' 'I'1" Ili.V. DUVII
, antl I' Hiiniiicu iu 113 uiiii. uiuru cn-
.11 I.- ,l.-.,.tnil tnu'flrilii nltr tiiw.tm.-
r: I . ..-I. itmiu tn llin Ilr-fii1alin.t for.!,,,.
tionHW' ntll mil"-;. ......vw...... .v.wi.i
Pivr IUm. The ten full-blooded i-rcncli
fcleriiiii rams, which Mr J. 0. Uampbull re-t-ntly
brought here, In a wagon from Califor
Li. lr nuw on tho ranch of Campbell & Ha-
rr I'hino valley. They aro said to be fine
' - ..r I . n . a-! . . . aM..,.1.
OKing S)CCllin:ii3 ui wru uiuiu niiiii.in,
,j wfii. in thne. work & decided iinprovu-
h.nt in tlie llock of ewes of their owners.
rlicy coit, In California, $00 nplcce.
Mr. I. II. Icc called hero this mornlnu and
formed us that he was unhappy to haro to
lute tint a largo lion or cougar has, in a
Scrr uliort tune, killed 1 Head or line sheep
utof Ins hertl, which in now in tho hills
Lar Mint Valley. o arc sorry lor Mr 18
i and will rejoice upon learning tliat the
lostroycr of bis mutton has been shot or
TI1I5 being Valentine1' day, our friend Allen
Mirt.i an unusually heavy mail, which wc
fcouM iiuin, nftr gazing at the 'mulllfe-
nui "mwiies" shown us by tlie many bacu-
tor recipients who, aglow with anxious ox
tftatiuiis, comidcr llicinscWcs worthy of a
ettcr late. Jlut, alas, the Uanipeucrs wuicli
ingle day may bring forth.
Kxou V'kiidk. Joi. Mclriu, L. It. St.
ncs and 0. v. Ilowcrs armed lierc ro-
batly from tho Verde, when, according to
I: Bowers, aro alraut 1,100 Indians on tho
TT'.ion. all nappy as clams, owing to a
tnt Imuc, by tlicir good agent, Dr J. Wil-
birj, of l.JinncIs, calico, needle, tbrcau, etc.
jilurty welcomes were generally extended
-tcrdtT to ur. Kendall and ilr. and Airs.
As on tuolr return lroin Ualilonna. And
linvxero the interesting narratirea com
lunicatctl by our wortliy Dr., to his many
Kend incidental to hit) trip through Neva
, twi ho various points visited turougu
I Vit were pleased yesterday to welcome our
Bend frank" of tho firm of Uartlett ft
r witt, looking .Jolly as ever, Ilu lias just
rived (turn a vuit to tho States, and coes
Tucson. Pima county, whore the firm hare
llirge stock rancu.
Mr WmV. Kelly, a worthy business man
thistowc, is about to erect a dwelling
buie of bis-own on uranlte street.
t Heavy rait storm commenced on 'Wcdne-
kr. tinco nticli time, snow, rain, and cold
jnd fronnth south have monopolized our
(Grant's Ifour-horso stauc. with mails and
s:nrcrs for California, Southern Arizona
lid otheripJaoes, started early this morning
Wcbster.fc U'bltoV mall nacon left for
Itrns in Kchaw county last night.
(MiLiTAnr jls.1i Isuian News. Mork
Lvnn Scoutikc ro bk Donk. Captain Ja
Mrns, .Mb'CavaJrjr, is again connncu to uU
id. at Fort Vhiunle. br iovero illneaa.
fittest rqparu troin Verde reservation rep-
aent tne dmcliao maintAiiicd among tno
cues as.exceileat. Lieut ocbuylers com
und of 40 fucked Indian trailers having to
increased to 100, nearly 150 Apaches pre-
r.tcn tiicur.iclrds as Toluntcei'8 to ie cniiit-
, m that Lieut 5&liuvler had no difficulty
(securing tho Lest material for his detach-
rnt. a soeutnu; party is now being organ
N at Camp Vorde, for service in tho Tonto
Ueut S churl or old scouts received their
p- lit week fro ficnt Ilo, V.).C, who
ai4i ucvoUnc saucaattention to Uio organ-
pan and equipment of tho pack train to
rompany tlie truops.
rayinastcr Taylor tclcgranucu to-I ny mat
wn unable to meet Coelson atl'hncnlx,
lorderwl, owing ta tbu storm now prevail-
I, wuicli has caused the Gila to nso three
Col Tavlor evnecls to cross he Gila at
rg&nVi, and thealt river at Whitlow's.
me body of Capt I'M lip Dwycr, 5tli cav-
, was Mruuckt from old Camp Uato UrceK
r'ort Wbiaiule. oy Saturday, and was to
re Ixjcn re-intercd in the cemetery at
It place, haJ the weather permitted, yes-
Lieut Thomas. 5th cavalrv. with Lieut IL
IRishop, Ca O, 5tk cavalry, and a deUch-
31 01 Hunan trailers, is soon to start on a
Jiirom tutt ivninnle.
eneral Orders prornulcatcd from Head-
wU-rs of the Department, 011 Saturday ove-
lei approve the sentences awarded by a
ncrai oourt Martial t a number ofcnlut-
oen, tried for military ofleascs. at Fort
t'e were to error in ttatinir that Uio four
hdrcd feet of Tiger extension sold for
lJ0. as 820 ner fooL -or M.000 for all.
re paid thoso who sold, cash down. Tim
paicn .Messrs HarUett & Hewitt, will
kightway surt work on their purchase.
I, ere long, put up a mill.
an aie lias caused great activity in nun
land nilnintr tradca. several of which lt-
''sre since been made.
is the belief of all that the original
trwill soon changu bauds -and undergo
here is talk of a 10-stamp milt being
fgut here soon for tho Gray haclo lode.
I, xu. or Watkr. While at Whipple,
forenoon, our messenger, Mr Fred b to
talled at the Government Hospital, and
purcu the following figures, being result
pcuurcment of rain and snowfall in tue
fehruary 12, ..... .87
" U (Ml
Total - . OM
his, with tho result of fomcr down-iwurs,
l: the first rain and snow of tho season,
ih fell here between the Ifith and Slst of
prober Ugt, gives about seven inches of
luainavo lallcn kere. i'relty good,
r Khlo returned recently from Hassay-
fen n r 1 . r 1 . , . 1 I
P- v.t, Aimr nuving nxea a waicr wucci
nye four arTastraa, for Mr Fredericks,
r.ulog story U that Fredericks has any
r'ily o very rich ore, ready for grinding,
will ccrtaluly make- Lis money this
A. Kimlcr camo from Williamson valley,
f"'y, in his buggy, and had the "plcan
01 uiivinrr nlil xtlrL in tlm mud.
r 0 .... e j 1
ri time. He says the whole country is
cr than a very wet sponce.
hi Illgclow, of tho Ilashford mining cotn-
men, to work in hn placer claim. The men
navo gono. 'iho Colonel is taking out cold
by tho ounce. h
Win McChmd vat inln town rni.tn nr
days ago, from a short hunt on Ash creek
and tho l.owcr Agua Fria. lie killed fifteen
deer, and didn't appear to think his hunt a
very succcmiui one.
T. W. Ilrookii arrltml !
IMkciiIx, and irave us information wliinh ui.
will soon reduce to writing.
H. H. Cartter, jr., has purchased, from .1.
h. O. Mitchell, thu houro and lot bark nl
Gray ft Co,'s old store.
A patent for the d iscoverv location of thn
figer lodcc. has reached the l'rescntt lnml
Mr. W. W. Hutchison arrived hern Sariir.
day last, from his stock ranch on the Mohave
We, yesterday, saw several ounces of cold
duat at Ilashford s from Lynx and Uig llug
John Berry and wifo cot in Saturday last
from Mohave county.
Kggs aro coinu a bcKcinc at 75 ccuta per
On the tapis : Another wedding.
(From Tok1j- Dally 1
Tiucn SAt.r Tho talk, on the
niui to viiui. .in . iiunviOi "UU ttu
- t . U It ...l. .
believe, acted as broker for Messrs Hewitt &
Jlartlett, in tho matter of ,iiurchin that
extension claim of 400 feet on tho Tiger lode,
msdo certain representations to Messrs Cas-
sldy, Thorno ft Jlogle, which induced thorn
to sen their tortious ot the extension for
S10 per foot, while Mr 11 turned said feet in
to tho real purchasers at 820 jer foot. This
transaction, winch would bo looked upon as
legitimate iti San Francisco und New York,
is not to viewed by Messrs Thorno ft Ilogle,
who feci pretty &orc over their los, and, we
believe, have telegraphed Mr Cassidy, who is
in 1'iocJic, JNevada. not to sign tho deed. It
is, however, said that Mr Cawidy's power-of-attorney
is already on the way here, and that
he will stick to his original bargain, which
was made by telegraph. It further appears
that several owners in this cxUnsion didn't
cato to sell even for 820 per foot, but did so
to Accommodate others.
Military Items. Major O. A. Gordon,
5th Cavalry, lato on duty as commanding
officer at Camp Hallcck, Nevada, ha been
ordered by Gen Schotlcld to report to Gen
Crook for duty in this Department.
Acting Assistant Surgeon Warren E. Day,
is a passenger on the cwbcrn, with tho do
tach merit of recruits for the 5th Cavalry, and
12th Infantry, sent on that steamer under
command of Lieut Itockwell, 5th Cavalry.
Parties arriving from Camp llealo Springs
last night, bring information that the Hual
pal Indians aro keeping quiet, and that tho
iato thclt or cattle was much cxagerated.
Lieut Thomas' scouting party will leave
Fort Whipple as soon as the pack train, sent
from Ikalo's Springs, shall arrive at Whipple,
where it is expected this evening or to-mor
Capt Burns' condition is somewhat im
Mr. T. W. Ilrooks, who arrived hero a day
or two ago, from I'bwnix, Salt River Valley,
wag in that place during the recent Hood,
and aMutd in moving people from wet to
dry places he also crossed the river when
no one else would do so, and raised telegraph
pa lea wbieii boos waabeu flown oy tn
li'o stopped at Hill Smith's quartz milt and
saw onouxrh to satisfy him that the institu
tion wts making money for its owners
Mr. Brooks has high hopes that tho Vul
ture company will soon again commence ao
tive operations at mine and mill.
Mr. O. Y. Shclton arrived from tho head of
Lvnx creek, yesterday, and started back this
morning. His story was that there were 10
inches of snow on tho ground wben ho Jcit
his camp; that water was abundant and
miners doing well. Ho has lately worked
ore from the Vernon lode, which paid at the
rate of 230.00 to the ton.
Mr. Pointer was working ore from his ledge,
by means of arrastras, driven by a water
wheel. Mr Fred. M. Williams, mayor of tho vil
lage of Prcacott, is taking hold of his duties
in a workmanlike manner, and will, wo think,
provo a very efficient officer. Much remains
to be done, by way of improving streets,
alleys, etc., and, as pi-ospocts for the steady
growth of the village nre now good, we hope
to sco our villago council help matters along.
ISrecht's wagon and blacksmith shops, on
Granite street, fronting tho old adobo store,
ure jamed, from morn till night, with work
and workmen, which gooa to show that these
branches of business aro remunerative and
well understood by, tho proprietor.
Grant's buckbbard, with mail matter from
tho " outsido world," worked itt way to Pres
oott about 9 o'clock yesterday evening. The
driver says he was forced to camp out one
night. Ho is untitled to crodit for making
his way here at all.
This county Is now said to be wetter than
at any other timo in tho memory of tho old
cut white jierson. Wo have heard of wagons
going out of sight in old traveled roads.
Somctimo last night, one Chinaman drew
a jtistol on nnothor, but did not shoot. Tho
matter will to-day, be investigated by Judge
Yesterday, Win. A. Hearing shot and killed
tho lion which had lioen devouring Mr. Iajc's
sheep. The brute measured soven fcot In
I). AV. Shivers arrived hero to-day from
Chino Valley, and reports tho "country"
very wet and muddy.
A warm sun is melting tho snow, which is
going off in sluice and rocker beads at a rapid
Wo would Hko to sco a freight train, but
havo our doubt about" seeing one for the
next week or two, owing to tho muddy
tato of the roads, Even thoto teamsters
who used to haul lumber and wood from the
mountains are teen no more.
A petition, requesting tho village council to
raise the pay of the villago marshal and thus
enable him to also act as night watchman for
the whole town, Is in circulation.
Snow-balling was tho order of yesterday.
Many were the hombrca whose openings wcro
for a time stopped by huge balls of the whito
compound. The snow wa too soft to bear
Mnnr nt nnr citizens feel thnt PrCCOtt
ought to havo a cemetery for the burial of
such people as may bo "talked to death. '
Tho wet weather has suspended all build
Proia VflMUy'i Dally-)
Hnnw cominanccd fallinc about 0 o'clock
yesterday evening, kept doing so during tho
- . f ' I T I . I . . a n I lull l
WEEjaYjim PRESCOTT, FEBEUARY
ing down all day. At thU writing, 1 o'clock
p. in. it lookj an if we aro to have a foot or
more snow in Prcscott, with four or five feet
in tho mountains. Arirmia Is now ono grand
swrimp, and there Is no telling when freight
trains and other conveyances will Iks ablo
to move. Stock men are driving thoir ani
mals into sheltered canyons, which aro han
dy and numoroui all over this part of tho
Mr Uallou of Lynx creek, was in town yes
terday, and informed us that word had
reached that place, from Black Canon creek,
to tho efl'ect that several placer mincra down
there wcro making good wages by washing
tho gravel of small gulches. He said nome
thing about arrastras, but wo did not get the
hang of his words, ho was in such a hurry
to gut back to his mining claim, which is so
rich that one can see gold in tho gravel.
Mr Elliott and another man nro taking
gold rock from tho Cornucopia lode, in Black
Hill district, with a view of hauling the rock
to Prcscott and grinding it in his arrastra.
While at Agua Fria farm, he learned that
a party of men were making money out of
some gulches near the Ticonderoga lode, in
Big Bug mining district.
Aleo. that Willard lllcc was doing well
with his arrastra.
In view of good times and an influx of
strangers, citizens of Prescott and vicinity
ought not to be backward about helping Mr
Becder to put tho church buildinir in order.
Strangers lirst ask, before coming to a new.
country, about churches and school-homes.
Prcscott has a good school-house and ought
to have ono or more churches.
J. Bartlctt. for Tucson. Matt Walch. for
McDowell and a Mexican named Juan Mycr.
started on Grant's buckboard this morning.
Sunday next, February 22, will be the an
niversary of Washington's birth-day.
From TtiorfcUjr'i falt,
The wash-houso Chinese of Prcscott are bv
the ears again, as rival Chinese "companies'1
nave always ucen, on the l'acillc Uoast. A
few nights ago, a Chinaman of the Gcorgo
Ah Fat company went to the house of the
Tchln-No Oompan)-, where, after much blab-
ucnng, a pistol was urawn.
lbo leader or head of the latter company
called on us a day or two ago and bcKced us
... ! , , . 1 . t
io give vuo nvai nouse n i, ior me reason
that its members wcro bad men, sons of
mothers who, according to him, were no bet
ter than they should havo been. Wc prom
ised anything, everything, to got rid of him,
when he again opened and said that the Ah
Fat or Ham Fat man camo to his place in
tending to 'killlcc' him If be could not make
him pay a big sum of money (for a China
man), that upon refusing to pay the money,
the fat man drew his iix-f hooter and threat
ened to bullet him out of existence, a thing
wc would sooner hear of than to be forced to.
near such another confounded tale even Irotn
a Celestial. The upshot of tho row wm,
that the principals in the affair were bound
over to keep the peace, which was right, con
sidering that "they are on It."
As tho time approaches for commencing
work on a building which the county Is to
erect, taxpayers are talking about the cost,
etc, and we have heard some ot the heaviest
tax-payers in the county say they would
rather see the county go in tiebt for a good
house than sec the money thrown away in
patching up what, in a very few years, will
be inadequate to the wants of the county.
These are our sentiments, and, being tho first
to advise the putting up of a good building
In the plaza, we still hope that the board ol
supervisor will canvass the sense of tax
payers, and. should a majority of them favor
the plan indicated by us, act according to the
ideas or tho majority. Tho right kind ol a
house would, of course, coit conaldcrable
money, but, when finished, it would answer
every purpose and last Tor scores or years,
while the present building and the addition
proposed to be made to it, cannot possibly
fill the requirement of the county ror any
great length of time.
Weather. It ccacd snowing some time
last night, and, at this writing, 2 o'clock p.
m., the sun Is melting the snow at a rapid
rate. Persons from the mountains back of
town report from four to six feet of snow.
not less than 1C inches of very wet snow fell
tn and around Prcscott.
The mail-wacon arrived a little aftcr2n.m,
Tho driver reports the roads extremely bad,
and Kirkland creek so high that his horses
bad to swim.
San Francisco papers of late date announce
the arrival there, lrom the f.ast, ot .Mr and
Mrs Levi uashlord and son, ol rrescoit.
Mexicans have commenced bringing gold
dust to town. Yesterday evening ooe of
them traded several ounces to 0. P. He
Bad as j-estcrday was, 20 scholars attended
Lieutenants Thomas and liUhop, with
Company O, 5th Cavalry, started on a scout
from tort nipple to day.
"There was a heaTy frost this morning
which occasioned a tingle at the fingcr-titis
of tho early hlrds. The day has been th
only really bright ono for a long time, and is
Tho young folks of tho villago, and the old
ones, too, if they feel so inclined, will dance
at the court house on Monday evening, in
honor of AVnshington's Birthday. A pleaant
time is anticipated.
Tho freight train of whi:h J. T. Handle is
wagon-master, pulled out of Ehrenherg for
Prcscott on tho 13th inst.
Comi.nci. Lieut A. K. Woodson, Sth car
alrv. and family, left Paducah, Ky., on the
Sth inst., for Camp Grant, Arizona.
Sir Donahuch. of Williamson valley, arriv
ed hero yesterday with a man who, on the
night ol Tuesday laat, was badly cut, by a
knifo in the hands of unothcr man. Tho man
cut and tho man who did tho cutting were in
tho cmolov of 3Ir HUndifer. They quarreled
over a game of cards, first fought with their
hands, after which, tho worsted party pro
cured a knife aud cut bis adf ersary in tho leg
and abdomen. J)r McCandlcu is attending
In I.rnna. N. Y.. at Orac Curth. by JUv Vr". II. Vt'U
llama, January SJ. 1671. Mr KrHrlck f Ilrown, nfNatr
l Ta lyliy, anu ll. .ikihuiu ,, wuhw, w uw mi
Cullra Koalrr, lj., ol Ljim.
The Udy la tb titter of Mm I-tI Ilashford and th
frattr Ilroa. of Ihia Iowa, la which b rMd for nearly
a )ar, and wa n farorlla of all who bad th pleatara of
la Tittaon, February I, Wt, to lb wtf of A. C. !!
diet, a aon.
la Ytiiua, January 31, J67I, to tha wlfa of Wm. A
Vfulori a UiJBUr.
AZTLAN LODGE No. 177, F. & A. M.
MnfiiflM, ltff on it,. .,(
jy fialunlsy of tiv.
Will month, at 7 o'clock . M.
retliron Mr rraWaally Inrltnl
TltmiAH rniitiiu vlv w
!. Vr:i.t.8, fitcrflarj
1. 0. 0. F., ARIZONA LODGE, NO. 1.
U'gular Martin,! nfUilt Ixxlc nn Wxl
nUjr I'.Ttnlniri, at Mafonle Hall. Min.
If llf III Onlrr. In rra.1 (nn.llnv .
InrltM toattiMi,!. I.. II. JKWl'.l.l. N.n.
U. A. I.UKK, KMirrlnry.
All Wir nlc.t. frrilint un.l Wt Haiu
'miaiUa. Oil. Uyrt, aud InrlrimUirt,
1 frith MtriKU. 8oan. IWiWri. n,l f V,o.M,i..
"l'wlt I1IL KKNDAMH.
Ian-.T72 llvow llror 8tr.
post omen, phbscott.
Mallf arrly. from all tInhi, Moulaya aixl Tlinra,la).
IVpnrt, W,loc.lji, f'rblnyii and Mutonlayt.
m lirnira fnitnU A. M. to v, M.
Jton.y tlrderi ktued rrry day irf lb w.k, eiei
OUI.ANUO AI.I.KN, V. M.
o the Democracy of Arizona.
Tb I)moCTllo memlMrt of Ui ?U rUlatw Am.
bljr of Arizona Trrrltarr, tirM a ttmllii vn Uj lfilh dar
of Ktbruary, IkTJ, atTuxaon, for U huimm of tailor
the Inlatorr tj tot tba orf aalulloa
of u l)rnwratia
rnjr or tiiia i nmuxj
at which rnvetlnr. anumv nthr
Ihlart tljr aiiulat4 a Tanitnrlal OaUal Contain
and &id t&a lint Monday In May. 1871. at Ui tlm. !
lfi(tnlr at lb rilar f-,r lh holdlmr iA Ida tint n.,.
cnttlo Territorial Coht-MJoo. and at the aaui tlm ap
l.iintwt m Cbalrmaa of aald Ommltl.
IU,ln lu tmt Imw wtt I haTc bcn nrffd br I)m.
orrata froia tli varioua ouuali f th Trrritorv.
Chairman ot aald Cummltt, Ui a4dr (hi Dtrawraer
t tb Tarritnry. CAll.nir tb.if atUation to th. Ml.,
th DrDwrratlc ukuWii of Um 7Uj Iwrltlatlv Auiabl
It wMld Ik th dnty of th Trrrltorfal limtnl P.m.
tnlU l ml aad Si lb rrprrw-ntatlon to which racli
ol tl Mvrral roontln would b ntltld la U- T.filto
rial Conrentloo. but fur th baU Card by tald medlar
at Tucm in fcmnlo th Territorial CmuahM. 8al3
ConniltU ww forowi by ctTloir to llnu county hiio
nxmbera. Vavl euaaty aa Bnibm, Mariooia
cuaaty fir umbrra, Yuma rwialy (uur atmltn, aad
Mobar cuunty thrr utalra.
ThU UM to UM to b tn narl ooa1 lu it,., t
hay tbuoiht rrorr to adtrii that th I)Mim rj it..
TrriUiry (la ylw of lb -rat lneuasln 1 coat
if w iBirsi uoanniruw , au-t It a lb Uula or rti-r-mbUUoo
la May &xt
At a ntttab of th Ormwratia party, duiraaa of ll
orcaaltativa. I would urgt ajwa tb Irnucracy of th
yanoua conatlM tb. dnty aad Mcity of rvaiit actloa
Th tlm fur tb mtlar of th Ttrrlturial f!oa.t!o.
a May att la faat appruacbleir. aad It bbuoy ... If w
would tburvuchly urraala. to M that our rMMrtir
cwuatln tak aurh (Up a will loaur tb atiradaao of
dtU-raU la (aid coaTtntioa.
I a no irood roa why ua dsMralM frwm tb tK-
ooa couatU to th May cuarrattuo, tnay not b Mldd.
!Uir by tb couaty eomntlttr of tb rpxUy maatlca
or by tMrntlM, a Buy bt aalt U Dviaocracy U U
la ooocloaioa, nalt n to tay that 1 bUy Ui Mm
trjt propltioiu for oriraaliatlwB, aad that with orraalta
tioa aaect la aliaoat crUla without It w caa St
That orraalaaUoa I wMatla U lb aaonaa at U party
a prapualtloa o palpabl that b arfamaat nd b
wiw io aopfai ll.
un iMwrau, m at wort banaoaWmly for IV
uoma of lb I arty aad th fund f tb moatry. Lt a
lu-al nudk dirM aa. Lrt a ct our bt is,
without rrT to lbir particular looarity. It ua
lt rxj asd tn raa irrvUsl loth bnat UtemU al tb
Trrritury axa whoa laurwt ar with ea. aad wbaara
cf ua. aad w will b nlltlut la ood aad ariU
(UCOTwd. JOHN A. HUSH.
Chaimaa Catral Cuatmltl.
.... At Tilt.
FOK CAHH OXLY.
Just Received at
KELLY & STEPHENS'.
Tilton's Steam Washer,
Jl'ME It. BROOKS, of l"x-Ktt. kaa tb rtrbt to maa-
atactaro aal aell IWu raaeklap, aad b will b pwd
to rW further iafurmatloa rKfalar tbna. Tb reie
uf a tnafblo brr will aot fl tar abort of 8ii- TbU,
w)a( to tba fact tbat tb UKtutai of tb... imjw aiad ar
ua vt u aarT naa d aa at u aur tn n. u
RVra, ttata Mtnttuau Htrt. Vr1
A S II
jYo. IS South Montezuma St
(Onjtt Dan Hata'a lUaUaraaL)
Ilatar Km.taatlr larccir of frtab arrlrala, aoatal-
rooda ar im baad.
'amin' jnoduc aad raarartiag- waaud la arbaa(
Call and ret barralai. rltli.r fr aiebaar. rrrvaboraa
or fcM Out, at U. Maarbam'a eld Und, wber roo will
find lb uodtralned ut au aaaiataau raijr u.toitno
data at all tima. H. C. K(K1 KIUS.
rr0"tt, Jun7, ltTH.
Ar.r. kinds ok nuu.ui.Nn i.UMHr.n kkit
untAnlljr on band at th QturU Moaotaia Haw-MUl, By
auli aiNtui ui ITMOOU.
All ordrra ant throoirb tba rmat offlr will b rromMlr
aUendnl to. Tcrtsa cub oa a.in.ry at in mm.
Prtt, A.T., 8r"nbra, IST2. tf
The Post Trader's Store
Fort Whipple, Arizona,
Kpa fur Kal,
GrooerUt, Provuioni, Can Fruits, Qollnug
flooU, Shoa, Stationer, Fancy fjwxl,
Tobacco, Cigars, iCc.
OKO. W. nOWKKH. Proprto
W)TEZUM V DAK & BILLIARD
MONTEZUMA STREET, I'KESCOTT.
W bar recently rcoorattd aad Bi1 up our aalooa la
f.o. tlyl, and iiav Don nut id cJuxr.u
WINES, lalQUOllS, nHd CIGAK8,
I'OIt OUIt l'ATKONS ASU TIIK rUUI.lC.
tr. v... twx nf J. fitrabl fV rinvat Tablra.
11.1. I'ai.at wlr nublon. which ar far tunrlor
aoyotb.ranow In tua. IlilllardUta will laa rail and
twlre for lbmaclTa.
W bare a Club Kootn, for Kallmro, atUcbrd to tba
l'fvtl, Aacuit3, ItTV.
TO THE PUBLIC.
New Store New Goods.
EVER OFFERED IN THIS MARKET
maImi tn I Ita (.V1. il.t - a a .
ranred, and aro now aalHta and offerlm fnraal. In our
NEW AND COMMODIOUS STORXL
South Side of Plazn. Prcacott, Ariaona,
fOn door Eaat of Viomtn Ac Wrrtbtlai.r'.J
AN IMMENSE STOCK.
ojxiutisu, w rT, or
Foreign and Domestic Dry Good,
Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Gaiters,
Of all klada and altra, fur Lvlla, ntleoM-a and boj,.
OUIt STOf'IT. llAVIvn nri'u in nwvn nri-vn
rrrat car by on of tb firm, (mho will nio-tla la Ata
raaelaco for tb. rum. .f . .
dwU adraoew on aad with rpooial rtferroew to tWa
ma.tal aaa . al l a .4... . ..
.. VWtmww iwmirDi U W Cma Mil iAkt fOOul
Thaa anjr oth Hon, la tb Territory. Wa ar tber-
- ' T""' maa aoaruoiuijr 10 UK
-v. vvHM.fu.jij ini piuck 1 uuaaryaaaao
I'or tb reaafeaJ w. ..411 .,fi. . .1.. . ..
rablla iwtruaaw. fr.llo anr4 tbat oof good aad
trxrt caaaut rati ui rtr nUr aaliatactVn.
l v Czmucj Exchanged for Geld DtuteU
tr a bii v n m.
AT THE "KIFTT," OH XOHTEZUXA 8T
TIIK THIRST V CAN
GET GOOD WHISKEY,
RUM, Om, BRANDY, KTJMMIHa,
WKKT Olt SOTJIt WIN-ICS.
And Tolerable Water. Drop In.
Ourley Street. North Sid of tha PUxa,
Tb I"rnrVlor tf U( RUaraat m)Mt
fully aaauaar tbat h will au faim
la eabrrtac to tb tJurt ti bla rtroo.
MaU will b fonUUd at all ban of tb
dar. aad th. Ubl aarnllad with cast, aad tb rkniiMt
licacii tbat raa b tvuearc. Kr.rtkl. .1m. ...1
rTd sp la tb bt lljU.
T. wiiiTKIIEAU, ProrrVritor.
rrM4t. KoramUr XL, 1873. botSI
BOOT & SHOE FACTORY,
West Side of the PLua.
Custom Work Made to Order,
RJCPAIRINO NKATXY DONE.
I'rraeb erwd aad aaJlnl XmkA inada W ordr, at r-
dao4 rtio. nr. B. WIl.TiTBCEiiT, tttjtUUf.
fraawit, Ariaoaa, Jo W, U71 K-
Nest door to the Mixes Office, I'rtacotL
GOOD L.AGEK DKKIt,
IAquort end Cigars,
AJwaj- oa band and for sale.
JOHN RAIfeLE, VnfiltU.
rrrauort. Jaaaary 13, 1872.
GUNS AND PISTOLS
J. F. RHODE, at L I). JEWELL'S.
Restaurant, Bakery and Saloon j
Next door to the Miner Office.
FRE8II BREAD, 1'IEM, CAKES,
Farnlakrd bv the Wk. Day, or Jtil, as
th rotlawlHSt prlrc 1
Pr W Ta dnar,rnrTjr.
Siacl Mrabi ..txr.titjr-sr eni.
Good iJrtr. Mr Win, Lbjoon and Clfan, krf t coo
ataauyoa baaa, lor aoaiainaiioa
JOHN HTEMMEK, rrrritor.
moA. April is. im.
KNOW ALL MEN 11V THERE PRESENTS, Tbal
I, tb uadrainl. claim aid bar tbb dar kmattd aad
taiaa pnuMlua of, fcr arrtroltural aad b-ibjJ- porfo'
a tract land dcrtbd a foltow
tmnraflB at tbla atab. waKJi I la ta aonaaaat
nnrt ur tb claim, aaa ranaior aaaia oo kiw m a aiur:
tbVoe writ o-foottb mil to a aula j tbcoe aortb
mil to a atak t tbcaoo aat to plaoa of brftitlaf. In
liMlar bil la knawa aa Malrala Hrrlaca. about furtr-
.1.111 miira fMmoraai iron. iaa.n aw..i i i..mw
ravntr, Ariioea. aad oa tba toa4 Itadlae from aakl Carap
Aparb to Sw MXMm. i.iA4bMUM t.ii'
joir KrtB, 1B.J.
KNOW ALL MKS BY THESE PRESENTS, Tbal
I, tb tutderwened, clalia tat bat lala dar kMad aad
takra (oaacwloa of, tut aarriettltural aad (rauC J-u'l"8-
Otamaacltv; al tbi aUkr, whicb la tb aortbeaat oortwr
of tb claim, and ruDolag auutb two lalUa; tbaac wt
oo-tlgblb toil I tbrac l.rrtb two wllc thtaea Mat to
plar of Wlnnlov. locludloc wbat la kaows aa Coacbo
rti-rion, tb bid f Coocbo Crk, a trlboUrf of tb
Llttl Colorado riTar, aad iltoatM to lb wt of tb
wuroa road leadrar rroin uamp awm 10 id u w
rdo Hrar. U Yarapa. eou.tr.
juir 25th, lerj.
......... 1 uitv . TtfLct unrarv'Tfl tv&i
Mtotiadtnicwad. waad ba tbu dv .idod
takra pnaaeaatori of, ftw nirrieBlrond and gratitfr rTr,
a tract of la ad, ,ltnatil a Mlowa 1
Cowincnclo U thl rtak. which I tb nortboaat (Wl
ol tb. claim, and moolr-ir aootu tw raiita 10 a iAta 1
.. u.lTkik alii to a aUk. 1 tbrw oorth two
-.11.. iA ai.k. iIimm Haat to rdan f hrfiaaiar. la.
wrl aide f tb warun road jroloff Iroro Camp A pacta to
tb. littl Colorado river, la Varapai nnair, Anioaa.
ANTONIO JOSE LUNA,
KNOW ALL MEN BY THt.SE PKESKKTfi, Tbal
I, tb nt)drTtXDt, claim and liar tbli day located aad
taka pnaaratioa cf a tract of land, fur KiTtcaKarst aad
rraslcir purpoar, aeacno.i aa miiowai
CvmtiMBc'ofr at thlt ataka, which 1 tba aoulhfaat comr
of tba claim, aad runumff writ oa.4uartc mil. ta a alak. 1
thane north o aad on.-half nllci la a atak.) tbaaca
rail on-lourth roll to a atak. thence aoulb to flam of
Ulanlo(r, lacludlax what b known at Mineral Sprlor.
altuated alnl forty-two tnllca tvortbeuat of Caaip Apacb,
Yavainl county, ArttotvaTarnmry. ....
July Si, l7X eorri
8a rtudtb Callfonrh.
JAB. M. BAENKT
Ehrenbr and Yuma, A. T
Br Every sUnn Aanrihg, fall and
Fresh their Xtunsi S4ct&nd.
From European, Eastern, and
San Francisco Markets.
To Merc bant. Btor awl StalMo Etrrs, Vmm, ZJqaoa
DaSr, Racbro aad Traart al i wblib
gianaU aatla faction.
Tbroufb CorrrdrBU In tb CniEF CITIES OT
Tlin WOULD, ORDERS ABC PILLED TO THE
Of Prodaoa, KmaaadU of Maoblnafy for fltorafa, BJ
or txmaaatlatloaa ara atiad4 ta 8TJt!CTCT IK AO
CORDANCE WITH ISfiTRL'CTIONS,
boat latomt of tb owatra.
ad b lb
THE MOST ITIO MIT DISPATCH AXD CARE
FUL DELIVERY ABSUKED. Tb cwio and
inupanU ar Jrfct to rtrj ftimX la law Ttrrttorj-.
GOLD DUST, GOLD ASD SILVER HCLLIOH,
U. ft. Boada, Traaaarr Draft, Wl Taadan, .' n'
Warraata, Baaktrs Drafla, aad fo4 CoaaKtaI rojT.
Grain, Hide. Wool aa4 ALL TERRITORIAL AXI
MEXICAX PRODUCTS booait at TaSa fOR CAKU ;
or adraacca aaad a asar ta) daabad.
Our Stock is Complete.
OUR COJOnsCTlOSS THE REST. Aad wa oCtr la
tb rTl "t AHaona, Soun aad Kw MrW ladao-
aaat) act obtal&abl at af albar bona a tb Vf iU)
tmltf WM. B. HOOrCR a:co.
a P.'HEAD , JAJX KASXS.
C. P. ME AM & CO.,
Rptfal)f aaaoaae to tba !o4 of Jfortbera Ariaoea,
tbat tbajr bar now oa baad
THU ZaARGBBT aad BBS7 STOCK
Ever Offered in this M&rkct,
LADLES' FURNISI1TNO GOODS,
Gents Furnishing Goods.
Military FurulslilJig Goeds.
DRT GOODS, OROCZRIaH,
Dried and Caaoed Fraka aad Ssteats
Bootv and felloe
TOBACCOS AND CIGARS,
FAKCY O00DS, OIUAPAIITS
RIFLE ASD ILASTmO F0WSXR.
FUSE AND CARTRIDGES,
Iron and Steel,
Milling k Farming Implements,
ETC, ETC, CTO.
WHICH WB WILL BELL, TOR CA8I1 ONLY, AT
TIIK SMALLEST POSSIBLE MARGIN ABOVE
COST AND CARRIAGE.
I.IH Ell A la PRICES
paid in Merchandise or Currency
. ... a u . . .
fif T, ID TTR T
vrv-ia-iJ- vi j. ,
AND SILVER BULWON,
.... AXI THE....
OP THU COUNTRY OSNHKALlUX.
Hailsf nuafully ttadled tb characUr of good d
alrabU trtbU maikat, sad bartagoa band to larg and
$n rid aa aaMrttant, aletdwifb tb. frealt poatl.
bl. car., w. ar ooasdtBl that lor tba alnf rcarwa
will tm letter .nablad to aatlifr th. nurtaatll wauU of
OiUcomtnuoltr tkjs rcr btrctolorc.
' 0. T. HEAD L C0
l'ratooit, AitM4, Jautui3. U7L
ri M-nv to town vesterdav for two more
greater part oi mo nigut uuu uu i""i