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PKKSCOTT, AHIZONA, FRIDAY I.VKNING, FKBRUAUV 27, 1871.
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Till: LOS ANGELES 1IE11ALD.
(Arizona ili.sr.it, In a rcry blunt and un-
, ;, pcue luc llcruld oi mwun; irom
limoi. e u&ru a i ways given ui muo
i xJlt !or Miy Item clipped Irom U, ud au;
ti lu m.itnrer (o keen lii alicftl l borne.
l.c-r, unlcn lie Mil bciuva blmx-Jf muro like
l!mn. o call ca aioiiir witnoui iu I u
fclunt and untccnilr." cU 7 Hero is what
Ussy: "The Mixr.n would tlmnlcthe
hrof the I.rw Angeles Daily Herald to
f-e Jtealiiig matter from its coluifcni, a
Ift the Herald ha frequently been guilty
b.! one which no dsseat tsditsr araaid
tiicol eommitung." mis, aiicrioouer
Ivi lecn accused and convicted, Uy the
llarbara Times and other California
i, of teal'tng items from tho Weekly
u aod publishing them as "special tclc-
U) thu Herald, from Arizona," at a
Iwben Arizona had no way of sending
pun to any place, a crime wc oTcrlooVed,
. t . . f V
fing mat mo xivraiu was a new paper,
fiaz to earn a reputation for "enterprise."
when tins was followed by tnett after
, on the part of tho Herald, and noticing
keir daily of January 22, 7874, in llrntcul-
I of first page, nine separate and distinct
, from the Minkb, with not ono won! of
It, forbearance with such a piratical sheet
li to & rirtue, and wo wrote and
eri the few words which iu shallow.
editors have pronounced ''blunt and
iinV." And now, an to "keeping our
ki Uie Herald fimt utartcd, IU Daily
in the MiN'eit for an exchange, which
with a coinplimciitary notice. I'retty
be Weekly Herald came ns an vxehange,
tu or Hie Daily. At that tlmu tliu
It publttbM no Daily edition. He,
Itiitlei." toll the Herald iwople, in our
lly, that .wcJid not want their Weekly,
t lureiarireeeipt of tho other Ias An-
Daihw Jltaresa and Star. So. the
Id was cra.s4 from our excliance list
vas not again placed there until nftcr it
k'er had sent a; a note postal card
rttin: our action in tho matter and prom
to m;ik1 .on liU Daily, a thioi; he has
: done, but which he can discontinue lo-
soon aji h jikimeit. tat it in, at eat, an
lir exchange far tho Daily Ml.vKR, which
lie" as it Rnrnars in ths erea of tho Her-
arn, jiublUhes day in and day out, more
final matter and telegraphic news than
Herald, whiwo "brag" anil poster type
none tool xuiatxrai editor. Olncktmith
inn ana oirileM readers.
(From Mbixljiy' Dally.)
From Moiiavk Cou.srr Hoammw, Ac
Mr Frank Drake, who left CatnpMoliaTOftCT
eral days ago, in charge of a Gorcmment
freight train, bound to old Camp Hualpui,
for lumber, arrived hero Saterday aftenioon
last Tor the purpose of procuring rations fot
tho men of his train, and, before going down
to Fort Whipple, informed us that a Mr
.Scott, of Hinlpai Mountains, was missing,
and, people supposed, had been murdered by
the Indians. Whim Mr Drake was at tho
Mountains, Mr Scott had been absent two
day. On arriving nt Willow Orore, Mr D.
learned that Mr Thornton of that place had
lost two mules, which he and others thought
had bcenstoleii by the Hualpai Indians, who,
Mr I), thinks are on Diamond river, nego
tiating with rebellious Narajo, Pi-Uto and
Serich Indiana for a general war on tho
whites. These tribes, ho thinks, can muster
000 fighting men.
For several months past, tho Ilualpals have
made it their business to collect arms and
ammunition, and, a short time previous to
leaving their reservation, they paid enormous
prices for powder, lead, etc, facts which have
forced the citizens of Mohave county into
tho belief that an Indian war compared to
which the Modoc affair is as nothing, is nuru
Tho country in which the Hualpais and
their allies arc jiosted is favorable to their
mode of warfare, it being mainly composed
of rough mountains and "box" canons, a
country in which Indians will be at home in
their glory, safe from molestation by troojis.
But, Mr Drake, who knows nearly nil
alwut "Gen Crook's mode of reducing obstrep
erous red men, believes tbut, if the Hualpais
and their Allies can be whipped at nil, in
such a country, Crook can and will do the
Military, Indian and Otjikr Aitair.
Major G. Gordon, 5th cavalry, has bcu or
dered by General Crook to proceed to Camp
Grant and assume command of that post.
Maj. Gordon will be at Yuma some time this
Lieut Charles King. 2th cavalry, has been
relieved from duty as A.D. C, Engineer ofli
ccrand Adjutant-General upon thostatfof
Ocneral Emory, commanding the Gulf De
partment, headquarters at New Orlcann, and
upon his own application been ordered to
join his company, (K,) now stationed at
Telegrams received from Camp Howie yes
terday, confirmed tho information of great
destruction occasioned at that tiost by the
recent heary storm. The residences of tho
oiilccrs and the post hospital were badly
damaged. The snow already fallen was over
four inches deep on the parade ground, and
the storm still unabated.
Latest news from Camp Grant reports that
Capt Hamilton's command (Company H, 5th
cavalry,)had arrived at that ikwI, drawn ra
tions and refitted, and then started in pur
suit of the Indians renccades from San
iBiYTiLi.i: Maii The mail from Har
Mle and way points did not reach Prcsoott
II very 4ate hour, lat night, when 31
ster, one of the contractor, brought it
n horseback, rostod few hours and
rd hack again.
f brought us but ono letter (from Camp
y- i Springs), which states that, on thelGth
i the hardest rain storm ever experienced
P'U portion of the Territory spent itclf.
oft mail carrier told omo of our citizens
the rain worked great damage to adobe
ha in Ceritat and Mineral I'ark. Davi
Imdill luj to uioro their goods out of
be streams between I'rescott and the
lorado river, on this route, were almost im
pble, when Mr Webster camo along.
otlntig later concerning tho movement
jtie llualpal Indians.
5r- J II. Cassidy, & former citizen of Prea-
i now of Pjoche, Novada, informs in by
laat very many Eastern aovada. roin-
nd prospector! were preparing to Btart
I the Han .lnan i-mmirv nt.i !nitt. which
he only route now free from snqw.
i " 'i ii .i -i it ' ,
M'ewsl.y the Seutincl that L. McAfee.
1"l'l citizen of Arizona, has arrived at Vu
i from Japan.
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put down by a word-Fish, eh 7
ifgoon Dailv. I. B. A., late medical di
p'orof the dcpurttBCtit of Arizona, ! book-
PnrjcoTT, Arizona, Feb. 19, 1874
To the Kdilor of the Artiuna Jf:ir:
Individuals as well as communities arc
hard to please, it is cither too large or too
small, too much or not enough, too soon or
too late, and so on to the cud of tho chapter.
Yourhelf. with other rtravinc; luminaries ol
this community, have devoted much of your
valuable time, during tho pant throe yenrs, on
bended knees, in most devout and humble
prayer, begging and imploring the 2jujerin
tendent of tho great reservoirs above, to give
as water, if no water to spare, then give us
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mnir in nrr ti n-nu us anviuuiu mu
woidd make tr, that ait pa.ihcd upeoantry
might again bo made to produce the neces
saries of life for tho sustenance and ct'joy
ment of both man and beast. Also, that
lw. imnixt nml tndiiKtrious minor mizht be
enabled to corall a littlo more of the filthy
lucre, at least, enough of it to repair and put
in order our miserable and badly dilapidated
barn lit a church, our only and much needed
place of worship, and that we nvty no longer
Do compelled to ask of our Eastern church
members tho Bacrificca now being mado by
them of their gold watche, chains and wed
ding ring, for our benefit in Christ.
Now, do not understand mo as (hiding fault,
or as in tho least complaining at tho results
of your lato earnest and protracted prayers,
on tho contrary I am only too utU pleased.
Hut I would 6lmply n.sk If you do not think
it would bo best in future, when asking in
prayer, for rain, anow or sunshine, to do no
with fomo ddgroo of moderation? ask for
what you think i needed, and not for all the
Clerk of tho weather has on hand, or for all
he can snare. Hain or snow U a good thing,
and it is Baid that you can't have too much
of it, but look at the Salt llivcr people- lor a
contradiction of this saying, and I have no
doubt but your having asked for so great a
fiimiiMtv nf rain and snow., his robbed or
utiiicccN. -nly taken from other communities,
equally deserving as ourselves. Now, this is
not Christian like, and I bono in future, that
you may bo more considerate, and ask for no
more Uuin is. actually neeuecu
Vrom Moml)' Iolly.
Tin: ovnniKAh' of the sax caiiws
iikskuva rrox apaches.
We clip the following particulars of the
recent outbreak of the Indians from the San
Carlo reservation, and their depredations
winch immediately followed, from the special
dispatches of tho Han Diego Un'wn, and which
appeared in their issue of thu 10th inst. :
Teceos, Arizona. February !l IMrMpis hn
turned from the scene or the ilrei Kul mas.ueru at
the ranch or Carlo Macbado, near old Camp
Orwt, by the Apache Indian vtii rtcmtiy broke
away from tho H.in Carlos reservation. They
report that on their way out irom Tucuii
tbey met near Canada Delora a Mexican named
Iltnllo Corlllis, who had almost miraculous!-1
eaped from thu uiatsatre, or which he wa
tiic sole eciivivKit.
Ho was wounded by a bullet shot through the
wrlit. He gave tho following narrative or the at
lack, which, iu 1 dated in my dUp-tlah ufSatui--day,
ai witnessed from distaneti by poor Ma.
eliado, who lied with the terrible tiding to Tue
tou:. On tho morning of the massacre, Corllla
-lid two other men were at work near and Iu front
of Macbado' lionet. They saw
A t.Anni! NL-MHEIt or AI'AI IIKS
Approaching, but at una felt no al.irin, became
thu ludUus were nccuttomcd to vKitlug Ihernurh.
On nrrivlug at thu place tliu Apache asked for
two ol thu men eiuplojcd there, Homuno Iiiner
don and Mendozu. They were Informed that the
men were away. Tho Indians then went Into the
coral, nnd formed Into lint, like soldier.
Then, for the Urn tunc, Ucloro and hi compan
ion anticipated treachery. They at once ruihud
Into thohojsuand elu'ed the door. Thu Apa
che Instantly opened tire, khootlng through thu
window, nnil iL:ot ImuvxUntcly
K1I.I.E1- TUB WOMAN AMI TWO (Jill Ulltr.N.
The Indians then et lire to the hou-e, nnd with
an nxe timdu a bole into tho room where the three
men were and soon inokcd them out. Tbe ineti
retreated Into another house on tho opposite tide
of the corral. One. Jeiu Vagouez. was killed
n)on ofler getting into the room ; and soon idler-
ward Kalael itonuno was alto killed, ItoiviugCor
lllm, a the Atache tlioii'-ln. their certain Ticllui
A foon a Koiuauo fell, Corllla took hi dead
comrade'it (run, aud
I-OLOIIT ins wv TllltOCOII
The veiling fiend to the riser. ecaiiug death by
u mlmclo. He lay eereted In the brukli by the
riser all that day and night, aud thcu made hi
ivcnne. Corllla tars the eoiral wa full of Indi
an, bat he doe not know tho number. Tbu Utud
wa led by
Who nhot Corllla in (he wrltt and who alo kill
ed the woman. A number of the old Camp Grant
udiaji were recui-nlicd anions the baud. The
party from Tncon found the bodict of Mnchado'
wile ano two children ami or me two men, aua
buried them. The
JlOUtiCS HAD 1ICEN IlfU.SEII,
And everything on uud about the premises was
itrovu cT.t a fc Vc and ct..c2.cis. Arssng
the iiroprrty detroyed or taken wa one shotgun,
a pistol, tlglitwii head of eat I In and thrro hortea,
a lirce amount of corn and treuus, all theelothlug
and houfehold furulturo.
The troop are Hill out after the murderer.
Mail Lettinos. Helloving that names
and figures were remarkably mixed ard in
correct, iu the telegraphic account of recent
awards for carrying mails, wo telegraphed to
our delegate in Congress, asking him to send,
at our cxjiense, cvrrect iitr-, which telegram
has elicited the following rtply :
Wasiiimito. I). C Feb. 22, lbT4
J. 11. Marion .- Full and correct report ent by
thu Associated l'rcs and Auierrlcau rrets Ato-
clatltm. H. C. McCohmick.
The roport was, wo presume, correct when
it started from Washington, but it cannot be
(Kjsstble that Van Duzen is to receive $2'M,-
000 per annum for carrying mails twice a
week over the route from San Hernardluo,
California, to Frescolt, when the present con
tractor receives leas than 50,000 )er annum
for the samo service. People here think there
is ono naught too many in the sum tele
graphed, and that tho correct figures ought
to be $23,600.
rrura TuwLiy' Dally.)
Oiikiin or tiii: I'lamins. Dr. Newberry,
of Ohio, in an article in Appletoti'ri Journal,
expresses himself as of the opinion that prai
ries are the remilu of a dimiriUhed ntlnfall,
In reply to this ktaternont, Dr. CIium.-, of
Kansas, says that, having reided four years
in tho heart of the minimum rainfall district,
lying between the Missouri river and the
Kocky Mountain", he hits observed hundreds
of miignifii.ent oak.s, from one to three feet
in diameter, far from perennial streams, but
protected from flics by rocky hillsides; ee
ond, groves of cotton wood," a water-loving
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""i " ""i- win.ii loiiiiu iiin iy leet (dfniB.
nigu, nnil a loot in iliainuter; third, groves
of young tree, often covinng an area of
hundreds of acres or moie, and as thrifty as
any among the CatHkills; fourth, thousands
of acres covered with tall, long-jointed grass
es, which ten years ago produced nothing
but short, wiry lliifl'alo grass.
There is food for rcllcction in the forego
ng. Hy it wo are reminded that Hro U thv
great destroyer of everything consumable
on this planet; that the fires which year In
and year out, are here kindled by Indians
and we are fcorry to have to say, itfiittt, have
caused ortions of our Territory to lo tree
w. h.iiku.im;, liiw'uk. iii.llim.s, i. iomi.,
Salt River Valley, Arizona.
Our Mill noT blnjr In full oprtlo-i. wfare Tjy.r'il
to furnlth the mat kat with quality of flour, wlileb nt
l'nrnl far lujrlur to any roanufiwlurMl In (ha Trrrl-
; lory, anti ruuy rqum lolL rty belt lmvrtril from Call-
iitiiiu. . r win ep cuniianiiy ori iiaua hi in jtmi, abd
ai vui M-ier.i aviiciri.
Timuu qualities or riaoun.
In 25, 50, and 100-Pound Sacks
IS EM I TE L LA , CORN-M E A L,
'CTtACKBD WHEAT AND BRAN.
A literal dlivUQt will 1m mad on ruralar rate to
mrrcbxal ami ntl.-n jnircliaJilnp laro qtuntltUi.
K. N. '"H A- Uo.
Halt rh(ral. Aritmia.
C.lrtriM (!niw! i
loss and, no doubt, dispelled much cloud ;J u. Iieey-ov ....
moihture. Tho Mim.ii bus reiKiatedly em-, lolt
nloved its nerstiasivc nowers to keen tretmlo ' r.. X. i'in Co
from firing trees and grass, in this Territory
and wu ho)i' that next Legislature will pat
a law that will deter the commission of any
wicked act of this kind in the future.
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Tho Supreme court of Montana iu deter
mining tiK)ii the right of Chinamen to pur
chase and hold mining claims, decided the
alien law totally void. This decision was
brought about through an action brought by
that Territory against certain Chinamen to
procure the forfeiture of mining claims pur
chased by aliens, and which case having been
decided in favor of tho Territory in a district
court, went to the Supremo court with the
rvsult above mentioned.
, Maricopa Wall.
W. B. RELLIK0B 4 CO.
Th- umlrfilpin.1 hirinjr -fliJ Hill Hotfl. a-ttuv tli
(niblic that du Ja or r.tfu- will l- ijvrrJ tv mkkt it
Till: IIutl ii( tt 1 mWfj .
hlaglr man Ua raixlltra. in coMXTtfarti UI Ilia HutrL
A gtul fSubW w.il td Vaid atutbrd Ui U f raiaU.
Ctiiia en, tnu
And flva tur a (all.
uuTllf J. J. (JAltl'IM'.It, 1'rvf rim.r.
Itusincss & Professional Canln.
ATTOltNEY and COUNSELOlt-AT-LAW,
V11 1 1 ractlchi- I'mfcMKiti In all tli CoUrt nf IlivTprrllory
I' HiCAKlTEC. II. II CAKTTEH, JIU
H. H. CARTTER & SON,
Attorney and Csittiiaclor at Luvt
I'reacnll, Vavapal Count)-, Arlznna.
VI1I nttrrnl t l;uilor Is all th ewon of tliu T-rtllofy
J. I. HARGRAVE,
ATTORNEY and COUNSELUH-AT-LAW,
Montezuma street, l'rcicott, Arizona.
ATTORNEY and COUNBKLOR-AT-LAW,
JOJIIY A. RUSH,
Attorney itt Law
Will itrictly atlml to all lwini mtruit'sl to i!ra, In tbk
ttrnl Ourtj oi Itveord In the Territory,
Preapt attestiea glrea to Cotlectleci
J. E. McCAFFRY,
ATTORNEY and COL'NSELOR-AT-LAW
Main Mreet, Turion, A, T.
J. N. McCANDLESS,
PIIVSICIAaV and SUKOEOX,
Onirr. .orth Hide ol IMaim, Prcarolt,
iV case of shooting occurred in a Los Ange
les saloon, on a recent night, which it is fear
ed will prove fatal. A blacksmith, in the
habit of going on periodical sprees, went to
the italoon of a Frenchman named Pazo, and
in a tliroaUinii.i. inannt-r tlouruhed a junto!
about the bead of tho proprietor who, in re
turn, deposited a charge of birdhot in the
stomach of tho aggressor, inflicting a wound
from which recovery is improbable.
The time fordoing the necessary work on
all qusrtz claims located prior to the passage
of the Mining Act ot 1S72 will expire on the
10th day of next June, after which day such
claims as have not been worked in accordance
with law, will bo Kubject to re-location.
We yympathir.e with our friends of Tucson
on account of the inconveniences which re
cently fell to their lot from the leaking of
their mud roofs, and would advise them to
come or seud here aod procure shingles.
Poland's bill, now before Congro&s, author
izes the legislatures of all Territories, except
that of Utah, to assign judges to the several
districts and fix dates for opening Federal
and county courts.
II. MOKOAX. !. IflETKITttl.
II. MORGAN CO.,
phccnec, sait Rrvxn valley,
M0IIOA2TS FKMl OX THE GILA,
Maricopa County, Arizona,
(J EiVERAL M ERCH AIVDISE.
Oar MMu: 'Quid Sola and Small Profit?
J. Cold water & Bro.,
Kurt oa band a Largs sad Caa-Me block of
HENRY W. PLEURY,
Justice of the Peace and Notary Public,
WM. A. HANCOCK,
Notary Public and Conveyancer
Illank Ileelnrafory Mtatrmenta,
And Wl HlaaV i.f all aim!. HSU coHected fnapi)f
ITio-olx. Mariewpa Co. Ariw-ui, Jaa. Sth, Vtti.
Attorney at LaAV
Phrxnix, Maricopa County, A. T.
Otr.ee, In Ui New Depot, on tbe Weal Ide of Ui riaiA
A. 12. DAVIS,
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR 'AT-LAW,
XlsertI 7ark, KoLar Cassty, ArftccaV
Will attend tv lptl bntineM la all U
Trrritorys malua cnllectlaci, etc.
coorti r,( tin
Among recent questions acted upon by tho
Sail Francisco Chamber of Commerce was the
miestion of cheaner freight rates from that
city to Arizona. The action taken consisted
of the appointment of a committee to confer
with the Colorado Steam Navigation Com
pany, which company will, we hope and
think, abolish its measurement rule and, here
after, charge for all freight by the pound.
The Miseii is entitled to a little considera
tion for having first called attention to this
Tun Tiokii Mine. Our Arizona telegrams of
yctcrday state that rich development arc being
reported from tho Tiger mine, In which Don F.
P. Forstcr aud tho Hon. Frank (iinahl aro largely
Interested. ThU I a wonderful mine and I onu
of tho thousands which would contribute to the
national wealth Iu qulle tue moajure oi mo coin
fctocU lode when the completion of the Texas and
Pacific and Thlrty ullh Parallel railway makes
tuo development of that rich Territory Klble.
ArUoua 1 ono mas of mineral, and when tho
.i-iv nf ili-vi lotmii nt. to loinr held In abeyance.
rnrnrri for that tectlon, she will be found to b
tun unexpectedly rlcli agrjcu.luruiiy. e uuuer-
.t,,i in rood authority, that arrangement aro
maturing wuicn win rasuu in me uuveiujuitu u.
itin ricpf lone, uu n innnnuuiii fchc u .u.ic..
capiul. Wcgotlatlona to tht end aru pending
..nf Wliftii thev aro consuuiated. a new era will
i.nt-n Ui-rtt imiiifurated for Arizona. For our own
tart, po would prefer to see this rciilt brought
About wholly Jy Auiurlcan capiul. San Diego
"It makes but little diifercnce to oitncr
rriit or we" wucre capital i m uihco
1mnlA who arn at a tut a to tlOir many to In
vlto when they want tmlro "a party" way lie
guided by the following:
" Tor (liUillof. ia t (otccamte, twa, M lawe.
TbrtH) Ir an atftutattol; lor walkls-, tiur;
Vot jkvIi J fifkiuuu 8 r i ft -.
Congresfi vt ttiikijdt'W onlala tho I2lh of
Fobruary a c feistfS&y.iii order to com-
mcmorato LincoJaV Jiusa'JiJ, freeing thfl
slaves. ' ''r,-V
Somo laon Angele pconWWnt to start
Inuias UeeK A lettor of recent date
from a friend at Washington, informs us that
advertisements calling for proposals for fur
nishing the several rct-ervations in this ler
ritory with fresh meat, will very soon appear
in the nancra. This courw will give an men
who aro in the contracting business, a fair
show, and cannot fail to put an end to talk,
heretofore indulged iu, of lavoriusin.
The present contractor, Win. H. Hooper
&,Co.. who have been furnishing beef for
ever so long, without having recclvod pay
ment therefor, appear to uavo nau uuuuKu
"glory" in this line, and aro perfectly willing
r .,.,. innm other linn sten into their shoe
...I rv.Arl tlm Indians as loner as they have.
.wwx. w , .-. , ,
Wo understand that Delegate Mcuormica.
Called on Commissioner Smith and induced
him to advertise for proposals.
. . .
Yuma is, according to the Sentinel, erect
ing a great many now buildings, which fact
r?oe to show that people tucro uavu jaiur in
Pima county has Just shipped 600 tack of
J. L. FISHER,
gelvehal merchaaVdise, Auctioneer and Commission
Salesroom, North Side of Plaza.
CuatfaS- Tfrytbln: IwivW la UmUg eonatry,
and a UeU U wU) lr) at tne loir eat jniUa prie.
HiW. pric pill fg Praia.
TmacoTT, Arizona, Feb. 23, 1874.
Dnnnld J'oi, thmp .4paAt, Aritomu,
Dkar Sib: Jly attention was called this
morning to your letter sent to Mr. Wash.
French, which mado it appearance in the
Miner last week. Your proffered aid of
fifty dollars, for the completion of the first
Protectant Church in Arizona, is iu hand,
paid by your agent. I-or this generous act
you have merited tho unfeigned gratitude of
he undersigned ; and all tue more sincere
from tho fact, that more labor had been be
atowed br tnv own hands, nnd more moncv
contributed from my own pocket than the
ffgregato from all other sources previous to
present date. u, A. JtCiiucii.
AitizosA. To Mr T. J. Wilson, formerly a res
Ideutofthl place, but at present a denizen ol
AriMMia, wno lias come oacK to -iako out" nis
wife and family, we arc indebted lor much ralua-
b elufornmtiou concerutug tue reaourccs oi tbai
line Territory. Mr Wllaou Is book-keeper for the
billow brotlic r, aud is, at present, attorney lor
Mrs sarati Wliltlow, in tlie transaction ol buI-
ueitt here. He gives a glowing account of the
proapecu, advantage and opMrlutiitlu which
Arlzoua hold out to ettlers. He say that the
.McDowell country I quite as good land a t hi
vallcf aud will produce about the same variety of
crops, nnd semi-tropical fruit ; that It contain
maxtiltlcem catlle ana aneep ranges, millbaiiuero
nru no stork to put upon tlicm; that the tcttlers
would be glad to tee stock Iu large quantities
taken theru ; that It la an excellent country for
young men of tptrlt, ability And enterprise, anil
Hint any man wuo wunia to wort, enn innKe mere
a comfortable home, and In a liert time arnaa an
Indencudence. Mr Wilson 1 Iuteretled Iu tbc
Globe mine, In the Final, north of tbe Needle.
,u aiaay made by Mr Uraig, or a portion oi una
rocs, sr.awc: it csnusns zia csnu o: capper, us
Informs u tbat excellent uovernmeni lana, on
which are wood, water and gnus, Is yet procura
ble In large quantitloi. Ho adrUe ocitlcr and
other going to Arizona, who may dcelre Infor
mation or aajlstnuco of that kind, to gil to such
men as C. P. Head, J. II. Marion, or the Mineu,
aud (. H. Oury. Parties who go to Iheau men.
he ay, "will do well." San Uernardlno (Cal.)
r-iunxr. a. k. iu.
At the News Depot
Offer for Kale aa Kwortisent tf firvt cluu
NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS
AT LOW I'.UICKfi
inicrnlr, Miriwr Co. Arlwia. DeeewberEath. 1SJ3.
J. GOLDWATER & BRO;,
Forwarding and Commission Merchant!,
.fOIIX GEOKK, Proprietor.
The Mtlaj d'rjvirtment will bo evlur1-l on the ra-
taurant Ityla. ,Mr.MAi ai-h iiuuiu.
- THE SALOON
I)e,rtmrU VyOUOltOB A- WALTKltS, wtl U.np-
I ettii, Martcuja county, A T., Anrut 51, m.
HARNETT Ac BLOCK,
nrnftritt Pmriiiont. dothini. DrV-GXh I dfrtial Onaker".
n a.' T.J .f, l'rnomArtI5.mi
lJWJit , miVtl a WWrW, m-v.
Pim vrr. M AittcorA CoUJiTY. AniZOKA. wm. . KEU.V,
Hat on hatd, at bl new Saloon, oa bonk tkle t4 t'lai
of all Vlada, together with a large tock ot
CARHTULLiY SELECTED CIO ARB
Location of Mining Claims,
FOR SALE AT THE MINER OFFICE.
Xo Iroajtor or Miner tboeld gv Into tb eomtry with
out a topi'ly w thrffl Tery nawiy ano ohiki iwfaua
11 UY YOUK
FRESH MEAT AND VEGETABLES
PIONEER MEAT MARKET,
OBANITE STOEET, 1'RESCOTT,
tat Plenty of bb, and jva wilt iwoo be aa ftroec a aa oa,
a tat a butter, aad ai unl, aroaod Un waJbt, a a Vrcai.
Vt7 Sell cheaper than any other merchant In
cetiirai Arizona, ' "
T. A. BTCrUEM.
Kelly & Stephens.
NEWS A Gr 13 NTS
M0XTEZUMA MR & BILLIAttI) books, stationery,
Tobacco and Cigars,
Fancy Goods, Yankee Notiem,
Fresh Fruit, Garden Seeds, Ac.
IVeaeott, Jaauary 18, 1873 jnl8-Tr.
Speaking of law as at present violated, the Itrv
K. Ueecher says: " It I extremely dIUIcult to
commit thu crimu of murder In such an acenrale
and botieat way tbat It shall fully satisfy the speci
fications of tlie tut ute. Utile ine wouid-boiuur
tcrcr take Iciml counsel beforehand and follows
instructions minutely, he will fall nine tltnca Iu
ten. however luccrely he may try. Anybody can
kill a man, but he cannot do It Iu tbo flrt degree
murder stylo without counel and care."
An exchange define local enterprise after till
laabluic M It tou thlnl: Ol anything that call be
done to beautify or build up your town, go In and
do it. Ho uot light the laying down of a now
tldewalk because you have to bear your ahxe of
tho cxpemc. Keep your capital at Dome; pstroo
lro homo ludu!rles ; help your own merchant to
tell more; always get your own worK done in
your own town, If possible. Subscribe and pay
for your own local paper; don't steal or borrow
the rcadlnc of It. If you follow thee suggestions
and your town doca no; build up and improve, it
will not uu your nun.
. 1 1
Corn is selling in Nebraska at fifteen to
twenty cents per bushel, anil in used as iuci
Tho enterprising pcoplo of that Htato are
going to turn tue corn into corn-aiarcn.
MOJS'TKZUMA STHEET, PKESCOTT.
W liava reeeody renorateJ and fixed tip our aaloon la
flue itylo, ana oar noo put wa
VINi:.S, LIQUOILS, and CIGARS,
FOlt OOK l'ATUONB AND TUB I'UHLIC.
,.- IA nt J. K tin til ScCti't flDMt TubUi. with
tu -t.Ut. era far mntriflf lu
aur uU VI nuw la two. imuaruuu win , . wi.ni.. .. i -- --v----
iudra V.X Uieinaelve.
We baa a Club ltoom. fr stnUenen, attaeneil to lb
I'retcutt. Anguit3. 1B73.
CHARMINQ DALE STATION,
Four Miles East of Camp llualpal.
Never falling WATER, In abned-noe, MAY JaaV
S. C. ltOOUlW. rrermaw.
T. n. CABTC8 Axn Ladv, nrlatendnts.
1)0 not f,rsetthat FLAXDKUS i VKSEIIK, ArtUU,
. I. I.. t . ,nl .liirliiir thn iiraM-at fuontb.
Ani th public uie poJllcuUily rjue.Ud Ui call and
f xaniiue e4mn of work MAUK W IKKjCOTT. whetber
tbey dealre work or not, lu It is aiwaj-a a pinuu m it
celve TiallMt Tbalr
LIFE SIZE POKTBAITS
CANNOT BE EXCELLXD.
Tittore Uken la eloady wet-r, cuarsnteed Mnalto
any taken on lb brlgtit! nay
At McMHllen'H Station,
Sitaated 48 HilH Cut frea E.renbere. a tb 8tag
Koad t rbcrnU. W!C-eatr aa rrbfootu
yrtf watering -ash bona Ar cant In alarra team of 9
mlmahj and ttpwardt, 25 cent currency. Iir Waterinr
Ctttlla. JJlrenU lefal teaJer.
jlylW Ull.OIMlKRT, lorof.
AI.LTIIK PATKXT I'I!jIH. fllKHll
VjQST and ftaaloe, at UK. KUNUALI.'S lttKarar
IAR AND IILLIARD SALOON,
Montexuma Street, Comer Guilty.
LARGEST AND 11 EST SALOON
IX XOIlTilEIlX AMZOXA.
doeldwtf A. L. M0ELLE11, lorritor.
The Post Trader's Store,
Port Whipple, Arizona,
, Keepa for SaV,
Grtctriti, Provhiont, Co VOr-lu, UotAino
Uoolt, Shoe, Stattoner, F&nty (loads,
Tobacco, Cigars die.
OKO, W. n0WKK8, IroprieoT
l74Vttrandlb beat Wright' Coloffaa, l'rl
I a (Ivnia'ue at 1K. KUNDALL1 Iloaetr Drug
very rich silver ore to San I ranebco.
nCW BnCUUUtUI WHUIlMKtOii,