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J)riv!ng down to Fort Whipple this foro
noon, wo were ngrccnbty durririsml M ob nerv
ing so much activity in tlmt quarter. A
largo force of mechanic nre Imnily wtRngcd
in erecting handsome resident, which arc
fost'appru&cbing completion, oi Headquarter
Hill. Onu of these, wc understand, it to bo
occupied by Cpt UoodsJe, and another by
Col tiodav, wfco tvlll shortly arrive and take
coiiiinaud of tl;o aid infantry. A largo atone
Mructitro is being actWcly jmuIici), for ward ax
an addition to the prcf cnt commissary build
ing, and workmen nm busy preparing the
new ilajr-stufi for erection, which will happen
on tho lit of May.
The ease of Patrick t'Jymijfuras'atilt with
.a deadly weapon on the person of J. J. Uuck
man, came up for hearing this a. in., before
Jnitlco Otis. The evidence elicited fully
conftrmod the stntcmrtnt made by us in our
issue of Saturday loot. Flvnn having no de
fence, wu bound over in tho sum of 500
to await abo action of tho next grand jury
"ball not forthcoming, ho was remanded to
tUecare of tho shciiiF. Mr Uuck mm wan
able to appear in court, but still suIIer'Hig
from his setcre wounds.
Col. James M. Itarnoy and Dr II. II. Davis
left towr. this morning y private convey
unco Dr Davis for. the. .Colorado Uiver Uo
ervc, and Col Itarnoy for various points fn
tho southern part of tho Territory. Wo cx
tend thanks trtlico gentlemen for intbnnn
tlon concerning matters which camo within
their observation whilo en route to Prescott.
j Mr Thomas Cordis, collector of internal
revenue, Is around after wholesale, retail and
other dealers, manufacturers, etc., for their
special tax, for tho year commencing .Slay 1,
1874, and ending April 30, 187."5, in nccor-
dance with notice given by that gentleman
in several past numbers of the Wkkkly
Mr George taunt has men at work prepar
ing for the foundation Of of tho new county
bonding adjoining tho court house. If our
beard of supervisors have any cotra-nction to
trfko in this matter it is high time they were
SberifT Herbert and hf deputies arc mak
ing up the assessment roll for tho present
year. Also, taking in" such poll taxes as
they can get hold of.
Mr N. C. Shccklcs, manager of the estab
lishment of YVm M. ISufltini, is having tho
place filled up with shelving, etc, preparatory
for the large stock of goods soon to arxivc.
-The Hospital Steward at
furnishes the rainfall for
.April, as lollows:
I neb' l.
-April OT 5
- 51 4 , MM
21 1 a;
ItotVsnbcrg & Co. are painting and other
wise improving their brewery, on the north
aide of the pliu.a.
R. E. Elliott, on his recent trip to Phtenir,
selected an assortment of cactus peculiar to
the lower country and has hopes of making
them grow in this high altitude.
Mr C. A. Luke calls the attention of own
ers in the Morcland, Hunter, Alice, and Clip
per lodes,- in Pint Grove district. See Idi
advertisement lrianotlicr column.
, .Spring fights have fully set in. frvst night
one fnllow knocked another over tho head
with a billiard ene, and a few days ago an
other got similar treatment, from which he
way not recover.
Another of Charley Beach's bis earas
arrived in town last evening, from Salt river,
loaded with flour, which Mr Bcch is offer-iag-ta'telT
at S3 per hundred.
The U. 8. patent for the Tiger tnlnc (ortg
inal location) 1jds been received, and was yes
terday filed for record with the county re
corder. This is tho first mine patent tw.nl
cd or that has ever been issued for a taioe
is llu flaunty,
The Democratic meeting called for to-day
art 4 js. met aisd adjourned until Wbdocs-
noxt, at "2 p. u.
Tho connty recorder's office, dnrmgtbe
nUestw of Mr Ed. W. Wells, Is under tie
Bnpervlsjon of Mr Thos, Cordis.
FUnder showlasl nightwastuiitcanleas
nnt oae. To-night Mr F. tnds to show a
largo eoTleetin of Ariioanceaes, vlitcb will
1)0 particularly pleatfng,
from. Vtoliy' Dafljr.J
. MrE. Tender arrived last evening from the
llassayampa, where he has lcen Dtisily en
t-x'rA fur the nast three months, construct
ing the raW and arrastrasof Mr Fredericks,
nd nttorts the 5 ctamn battery and two.r
rastras in fall working trim and crnshing
racltfnkss ibe Snlth and llanninr claim. A
reoent Thtfri mental run on rock from this
claim, Mr Fender Informs s, netted GG0.
Mr Jesse Jackson rrired in town last
evening from JBradshaw and feels jubilant
oxer Battering prepct in that section
Aoal ckrhttr tons of first-class oro is await
imr tranmortation frmn his claim on the
War Raela t tho D4 Pasco mill. & forco of
VniB iUiarf luislitf enasced' nuahiDC ft rosd
three ek tetwee these points. Mr Jackson
fu)Iy confirms previoua, cftcoursgtng account)
.. i rap in at section, 3
Mc ltldcra, series of stcrcopticon cntcr
tiBenU closod last evening. They wore
Vbtevtainlttrr and instructiro. Mr P. Will,
during the week, finish wp tho work ho has
on hand, and tnen proceed to Tucson, to the
steeple ef whiclx ptae w comment mm rn
orcel!cnt artist and pleasant gentleraaii.
Sao Mr 8. P. White's offer of 810 reward
for a wlirahle knlfa he las lost, ia another
We have communication from Mechanic'
on l ikk-'County Uuikling Question,' which
wo will givo a pbjee in oar columns of to
fr?J. M. McCandless and Miss Kata Kerr
were, ft few days since, Unded in wedlock,
at Phconix. Tha exnet date of this event, or
by whom celebrated, we have not yet learned,
but wo have it from a good source that tho
Prescott party gave this happy couplo aueh
a "hlghrold send off' that they will not bo
likely to forget It for many day to come.
Messrs JBowcrw, Jayco and Pcarco
for tUoir'mine near tho Sinta Maria thl
, f Oiirriond George is improving and beau
tifying tho Nifty,
' Mr Geo. Lount is taking advantage of this
favorable weather and turning out between
.Jive and' six thousand brick per diem at his
...Mining atocks aro lively to-day, several
Wlesj pending of foot In Uradiliaw district.
K.'Ferris purchased of Jas. Kino fifty feet in
'tUu War Eagle Jodo, at advanced rates.
Walnut Giiovk, MrS.P. White, onoor1
tho owners of tho Vcsuvitu mine, has been
in town for two or thrco days past. He in
forms us that where they are working now
they have a body of ore about two nnd n-half
feet in width, and, to all appearance, as rich
as any hcrutoforc worked. They arc now
down to a depth of 00 fcot. Their arrastra
on Klrkland creek has been (rinding away
for two weeks, nnd they Intend to continue
two weeks longer before "cluaningnp," when
they expect to realize at tho rate of 150 per
ton of ore.
Mr .!. J. Hill was sinking on tho Ironclad
lode, the oro from which looked remarkably
well. Ho had started hli five stamp mill on
oro from this mine.
Mr Allen Cullumber intends putting up a
water-wheel nnd arrastra to work ore from
the Only Hope nnd Big Itebcl lodes.
Tho people at tho Grovo were in good
spirits over their mining and agricultural
prospects for the year.
Some miserable wretch, or wrotchec, for
whom a fow yards of hemp would be nuno
too good, has been milking a weekly practice
of breaking windows out of the school-house.
Wo are informed that the trustees have I teen
put to tho expense of from six to fourteen
dollars each .Monday for tho past three or
four weeks the damage being done between
the time of closing school on Friday and
Monday morning. Our trustee, by good
management, have furnished the community
with, perhaps, tho best school houie In the
Territory, and used every endeavor to make
tho school all thai could be desired, and now
to bo bothered in this way h certainly very
discouraging to them, and makes a drain on
the school fund which it is illy able to stand.
Lot us hope that theso offenders may
bo found out and a punishment inflicted
which will fully convince them of the im
practicability of such thing. In countries
like Ibis opportunities for the oungarc none
too plentiful, and now that thofo among us
nre provided for, let us see that their inter
cats aro justly guarded.
Mr Geo Imnt's term of office as receiver
of tho Land ollice expiring on the 28th of
this month, ho telegraphed to the commis
sioners at Washington to ascertain if it was
expected ho should transact the business of
the ofiico after that date, which elicited the
Wasiuxoto, April 27, 1874.
Mr. (ico. Lount, Kccclver, Trcs cotu Conliuue
business under prccscnt coniinUilon.
W. V. Cimns, Acting Commissioner.
The buckboard arrived early this morning,
bringing a very heavy mail, but no passen
gers. Messrs Wilson i: Leighton havo the con
tract for the large frame building soon to bo
Willi on Jiontczuma street.
(Prom Tatjr tttlly
Mr. C. A. Luke starts tn-nii'ht. bv tha
buckboard, for San Francisco, having been
elected by Arizona Lodce, N'o. 1, I. O. O. F.,
Heprcscntative to tho Grand Lodge of Cali
fornia, which will meet at Vallrjo on tho
12th of Mar. Mr. Luke also intend, as a
part of his business iq California, to induce
somo of his numcrons friends In San Fran
cisco to furnish a mill to bo erected on some
of the rich mines in IJradshaw.
Sir. 1) miel Martin arrived in town last
evening irom Bradshaw, Humbug and otlter
district in that locality, bringing with him
the uurm train. IIo asurcs us of most flat
Urine urprcctln the Bradshaw claims, and
Uiat .Mr. ueo. .uonros.anu about twenty oth
ers aro fit i.i I coing ao. I, en llnmbng creek;
also, that there is considerable life on Castle
creek, oft tho south side of Silver mountain,
at what was formerly known as tho phi
Frcnchrrtun's camn. over new devclonments
in tiro placer works, borne splendid apcci
mens iau already been taken nut .
Mr O. C. Bean, accompanied by Mr Miller,
started for Camp Verde this morning, to
superintend hay operations at tu at post.
.Mr. u m. atmmooB arnvca jast evening
Irom toe 11 assay am pa with bis pack train.
and star ted bask this mon)inK loaded with
suppliers for Mr. Frederick. This latter gen
tleman 'aas alM in town aim dlspiavcu to
our gaze about $1,000 worth of gold chunks,
tho most beautiful we nave ueue id for many
a dar. Mr. Frederick naturallt feels irood
over tho promising success of his new entcr-
nme. and assures us now. that no lias every
tiling perfected, no can erusb trout nro to six
tons of rock per day.
Tho location, down Granite crock, selected
hy tho Salvador Mininc Compan-y, for their
U1. nro-rcd to be on the milita ry reserva
ttou. nnd tney navo taken n new vac, iney
' . . a . MSI
now hero men at work grading and prv-par-
In a builrfinsr snot. lust outaido the town
limits on tho south, and on tho west bank of
the creek, u c are assurco mac tut' mm win
be np aud in working order as Btoa as
large forco of men can do the job.
Mr Flanders has now completed a large
selection of stereoscopic Arizona views,
conies of ulitch all Arizonans would lo well
to secure at once, as Mr Flanders leaves for
the southern country ou Monday nexf, ruid
xh chanco of obtaimns such Ursvclass , nat
ural representations may not occur again for
Tim attention of the vlllaco marshal is di
rartml ta the uirlv condition of some of tho
sidewalks down Mootcxuma street. Tliosc
holes are dancerous.
The nronrlotors of the City nakery hnva
just placed in their show windpw a sutu
castle, which U tho neotest thing of the kit id
we havo.scen for i long tiro, and when illu
miuatcd, at night, pre&cnts a pretty appear
ance. Wm. II. Hanly has men busily engajred ro-
pairing tho road between Prescott and thn
Burnt ranch, which has been badly cut up
during tho late hcavr storm. The improve-
menu will Irc duly apprcciaU-d by all.
Lt and Mrs Itlce, escorted br n eavaldo
of officers nnd ladies from Headquarters,
started for their new homo at Camp Apache
this morning, taking with them the bust
wishes of all.
Mr Fender,' millwright, nnd Mr Hancock,
machinist, departed this morning for Lynx
creek to make tho preliminary arrangements
(hr the" removal, to the new site, of the
Eureka quartz tnil- .
Chas. W. Bcacli arrived yesterday from
Kirkland valloy.and started this morning for
the Agua Fiia, td load his train with corn
for tho Verdi Indian Reservation.
A. good supply of mining location notices
on liand now. uomo sim w
J. 1L Marion, editor of tho Miner, hopes
to bo ablo to start, homo from Phccnix to
morrow or tho next day.
ir Tinitmi r In town to-dav. and re
ports miners doing first-rate and plenty of
rtitr wfanrant kccncrs ard lookinc anx
lonsly for aupplios of chickens., Farmer,
WEEKLY ARIZONA, MiyElTBESCOTT, MAY, 1V 1874,. ,,
U'rora WdnMUi)r'i Dallj-.)
Didn't anybody ask vs to keep quiet about
a matrimonial affair that's coming off before
long, not n thousand miles from hero, on the
road to tho lJurnt ranch.
Sol Jackson Is in town, from Lovejoy's '
diatilio works, on Lynx creek, and reports
everything working nicely.
Grant's buckboard started last night, car
rying three passenger Sergeant 'McKay, for
Tucson, nnd Messrs. C. A. Luke and Win.
Horcman, for California.
Mr. II. V. Crani is receiving n lirgo as
sortment of first class confectionery, which
ho Is offering at reduced rate.
Mr. Geo. W. Curtis' teams nro busy haul
ing lumlcr from his Quart Mountain fw
mill, to tho sito of the new buildings about
to be erected on Montezuma street.
Donald lloss. from Camp Apache, callod
at our office to-day, and revealed to us that
there is somo corruption in mail matters out
tlmt way ; that while he receives other pa
pers regularly the Miner gets thert only at
times three or four at once. Friends at
Apache, wo will look to this matter, and, if
possiuiu, seo mat me lautt is remedied.
Contractor Iuut is making good headway
on the foundation of tho county building.
The Democratic meeting for the election
of delegates to the Territorial convention,
met tins p. m., completed their business and
adjourned tint lUr The proceedings came In
too late for publication to-day, but will be
given in full to-monw.
spring weather for tho past
From Thmvlny't Dallr.J
Dr.MociiATic Mkktino Tho Democratic
mass meeting, of Yavapai oiunty, tneton the
25th day of April, 1874, pursuant to a call
published in the MtXEn. The rnctting ww
organized by the election of E.J, Cook chair
man, and John II. Bchan secretary, and thci
adjourned until Wednesday, the ?9th inst.
April 20. Meeting met, pursuant td ad
journment, and elected tho following namel
persons as delegates to tho Territorial Cot
ventlon, to be held at Pha-nix, on the 4tS
day of3Iay nest: A. II. Peoples, C. P. Head,
G. W. Curtis, D. P. Foster, J. 1L 3Iario,
John Fraicr and John II. Behan.
Tlie meeting, thereafter, proceeded to fil,
vacancies in the county central committer,
and elected J. W. Simmons and W. Vt
Hutchison vice Robert Bell, deceased, and Li
B. Stephenson, removed from tho Territor.'
The delegates elected to tho Territorid
Convention were, by a vote of the mcetiig
instructed to endorse Hiram S. Stevens fir
delegate to Congress. '
Col O. P. Head and Ed. W. Wells arrive!
yesterday afternoon from Phcenix. Tho OI
says at that place tho caion is at least tvo
months in advance of Prescott. and tells f
Ktrawborries and other vegetable luxuries, if
wiilcii I'rcscott Is liable to know but lttte
for months to come. Ho was also atonii-
ed at tho appearance of the grain crops, aid
assures us that, while a much less numUrnf
acres were planted this year, tho yield wll
tail but little fibnrt otlast season.
JMr Wells gives an interesting account f
mining matters along tho road; how tbt
rustling, go-auead icllow, uill bmitb, is.
poumliDir cold oat or tbc Vulutra lode, aid
of his new-fangled furnace recently ercctd
for working toe the tailings from the taik
and bow, at Antelope, a party pt men ar'f-
ig cxccruiniji wen, worivjigoreiruui ebih
in that locality, in arrastras, etc. s
Grant's mail waeon came In time this mr-
ninff, bringing Dr Seslor, U.S. pcnKr,
ann a uierauiy ucavy man. v o notice tut
by the changes in time of starting, on tbhjor
somo other route, we receive San Francisco
dates two or three days later than heretofore ;
this mail having brought us bws as late as
the S2d inst. only seven days.
Hon Hiram S. Stevens, independent canii
date for delegate to Congress, and Mr H
TI . . 1 1 TJ .... . -
from Tucson. 3Ir Stevens has. In Preseott,
as in every other urt of tho Territory, a
host of friends, and wo besocak for Lira a
pleasant and satisfactory viiit. Mr Ilewift
everybody knows llsnk is bail lellow, jrcll
met, with all I'rescottcrs. j
May tho Lord prosper Charley IVscb
Anoreeiatimr the difficulties of a short-hand
cd news office, he has often dropped Intdoor
office tlie sanctum or tho composing rooa
and spying out tbe department that needed
a helping hand, pot htmielf to work and lift
ed as out ot tbe extremity with an eaQ and
cood nature which has so forcibly imnrcMicd
Itself upon us that when Gabriel buri his
final trumpet we shall seek this same Chr
icy Beach to help us Into Heaven.
Messrs Fine. Martin. Smith and several
other miners, started to-day for the Brad
shaw region with a burro train, where they
purpose prosecuting work on tbeir various
locations in that district.
Mcsera Elliott Bros, are erasing ore in their
arrastra, from the Cornucopia mine, with sat
isfactory results. These gentlemen arc erect
ing two stamps which, tbey propoe to run
with their present steam power, aad tlnrc is
no doubt but success will attend their enter
Sheriff Herbert returned to-day from Chlno
and Willianwon Valleys, ftef aft extended
Windy and cloudy to-day.
At fiacaloo. ou tli 19Uj fxit., tw,iw Irwia. muiof
Bouth flttlpbur, limit county . Tx&.
Ia fUn tHroo, April I. bjT Kv. V. f Sb Tbtuilorw
K. Wblte, tif Tucoua, Ariwna, to Aaola aiw:i, fit eaq
At IImwU. A. T ApHl 23. m. J. !' MCwB
to aiiM tvaie ttrr, bom ui itoicoiu
inRVTla lh rA binrm Kkull Vallivuvl IVta
mil almut tba 'JOd iA U.rrJi a ltff ftirind t lrf-WI
lMwioktilf flh t1d aboat t laebca larab.1 tw.
luU, irlda. with mania batxllo. Thl toier Will m-ctra
tlia ulor reward upimdalircry of tba knife at tti Mixer
oflloa, or to iba UDdm!rrtaJ at (lie Votlrt mUs, Wyteat
Kofica U hraby rlreo. that lb lortnenhlp bfrrrnforri
alatiiic ! J'a Krr aod WlllUw V. Ufi, U
tlU day diMoltwl by mulual oair.t. All owiog;
ui. 8t- win . srtui wiituj. a nu
Ttkenaqrg. A. T,, AffU 83. Itff . ,
AT.Tk fTVPI.1 Wkltfc it Mitt lhas lUbUt
VXJXf A X JL 1U. MeUl, for mallof Journal twx
rt, Ac, for aula at tba Mixr.a Offlec, la quantity to tult
Ranch for Sale,
Aboat ow mil WMtcf lYatoutt. w at Iji irl
WwWala 4erro.--Willi M!VW''f
t. WM.Tirtvth.lwofk.Jll commi-n-i,! tm Iht Man
Uu4 J,t rtorfh fxinr.lua, I'm. (lro. UUtrlct, to do
l!.U V0-' "Wk wilt 1 r.ninn.Mm lUHlfr
ti i? ,1n ,.,r"T '""rtst- AU im U.0 C'llfiwr
. ?'':fW.U,,T,,r.'rI"l'" Uirrlwrl.lp Mm
f .i i UiT"f J:'''" -,l, "id Wm. M. Uuffum
IM( dsjr itlMolrnl l,y miifT,l muni. Alt d1iii.
a,l,, Ih ll firm will 1m IbiuMnbxl hr Hllief
HtUt Ul pwUenif t.. alt fwutMtMrt tt !.,,.
i . 1. , with tMtrt kimUi ,! Ib
. . . . wm. m. vurrvu.
rnwitt, ArUn, Aj-rll 7, 1S7. llo
Ovnersof Defiance Mine,
Tiger Dhtvk t, Uindslunv.
KllftM I. L I . w C It... u ...h. . Ml . .
" ' ' "J iiw nurr .111 w cijmOTTDfni 01
tU Ifefltqr Mine, Tl(fr llutrict, Itra-UUw, to do IU
wxmil ti(ultTd by law, within Wiayt in.m Ifcbdwt.
hutiiMvt ri rqiU4 torn f"rwM nnddotktir
ItnnM, A. T., AprH 53 1J71.
OFFICE WITH McC AND LESS.
Vill Brails ia Fmcett far a ft Weeks.
Miners in tlie Black Hills.
Allfrnoot laftmtnj la tb kninMivn ei tMUt
nrct of urw mlnlnt dbtrlet I (tm vlrlnlty of Cherry
Crick, Yat kfi ouunly. A. T Ilia Vcrda rood aod la-cte-llr.f
tha tit or tb old (Iirmtil Sa.illl and tat'
rtxjo.linr roaotry, r sotiflM to mett, in lb lit day ot
Jos. 1b7, at ti Cbrrrr Ctnk Mntloa, rut hrV.C
UyUy. SKVKHAli MINRHS.
Kwtrr vntx, April Si. 187 1.
FIRST GREAT SALT LAKE
-IN AIII OP THK
Xnblic Free School,
CAPITAL PRIZE, $30,000.
Tickets $1 eaoh ; Six for $5.
TSTeut but not Gaudyi
'RED WILLIAMS' SALOON, I
(Ou Dcw yfnt ot HaaMard'1 Hlort,)
Karrti tb "Bort" wtlb tfcst wblch cfareit, bat den
Urn aaautr of Curan pt oa basd.
Um bhM MiafortaU plat
Is tows. Cam and
WAMtt AN! MACXIMini SHOPS,
Oaiiey Itxcat, TrotU & Grajiit.
All YijxU of blatkireltalajr. Wacea-aaUnr a4 r-
flblCI X UUl l. DH11.X.M -
U.S. INTERNAL, RE12NUE
jfey 1, 1874, ta April 30, 1873.
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v cuiH 1 r I"1. aiixatkMi, or mr.kjnint
whU-h imam Um lUbta 1 a Sl'ECl AJ, TAX, TU TKU.
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ttteoclaK n oaouaidsr UaUeH nr Apru w,
The Taxes Saewei vlfcUa tie FnrrUiesS of tin LT
slot Oseted an lbs feUcriag. Mtl
IaJr, nan Uooor.
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IVddU.re of tohocea, fuurtb ! (oo fuot ur paVtte
I!rn of lr Ihxa 500 bomll ,SS
BrawMt of S( UrrU or mot
IVimo or rt UbU to pay anjr of tba BpaeUl "fait
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A U V7 A (7- VV'J
wwt or erf IaUtm. RsTsaos at lrtcoi.
iM.t ss.w fr .ta.1 tirair ttt 8irtX Tax Stamp
Klatnrx fber -d. mt to ajr "5" '
JUBTJIEB JiOTWft. , , J . rr . u uuaao,
,WgrS0TS, V. ft:. K.braarjr 16. l7t.
Celebrated IXZ ffittevs
. THE BEST TONtOIN USE,
Tb nunlloo it datlr aikadbrtlioaaBsdaof oarcltlMfrw.
Vrlth VlUi pobllo. and ban autti h ImmisM auJaT Tb
raumiiWaiiH lUr r m old 4 wall aUUUbad
trtltl, and ar mad fro Mi tnott tbolca birlrt Had
ruvta ; tit toaa ntio b trtod ttua, tratlfjr ta their bn-
vbcmu quaJiiia. ana nor do niiaiKni ,cvixirf3ujA
mem ta tbeir ai)cie nitut,
Ttaty are atknowlrdced to b tb lel tofcla sad rog.
perator known; Utjr balM up tba 'ttn,aad Impart
tireifrta 10 lb was aaq (bauira, ana r ecsorwj
and reooomaodad by oat uvt vnlatnt Parilrlast,
t cvrtlfleabM oil ear bT boitli. To tbtue afflletod wttlt
Hi Ujripejwla. Jodlgatto aad Lom f Apfftfle, a a
blood purifier toy mrpoM all otber Hi clled ionlea wbkb
bave Utile txwa nUvted la tha nir.rklL
A'o fauUr tboull b wltbout thin. Bold Tirywber.
II. Kl'STUlX tu. roi rrorneuir.
marii3 518 1'roat SL, Sao t'raaclMD.
ALL kinds np ntnr.rtivrt i.iiMnun ickit
ooatUurtljr on band at tb Quarts Mountain KaW-Mlll, fin
aril aotttb or Imoott.
All ordrrl toat IbrouKb tb pntt oflterf will b promptly
wwttnw w. crm caaa poaiuvirr ai ina mm.
t'rtetlr A.TM qptwbwa,TlJS, -", ; rt 1
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WXJA T LI V22 M12 8
Peace With the Apaches
A DAILY PAPER
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IIALU10AJDS C03IING, TOO.
I3T CUl, Set, PtrcbsM asd Qlta tcr lit Orasd
Knock Dcwa la, Frlttt. daclMwtf
Rcsiauranta Bakery and Sslooa
Hext &oor to tba Miner Offio.
I'KKSK MHV.M, PIES, CAKES,
VarnUbtd by tb 1Vck, Day, mr 91cl, at
the alleWlas; price t
Tit V'k Tea dAltats.carrasoy.
Blf l llntl ..fUmity.AT ceats.
Oo4 l8T Cr, Wtnr, Wqnnff aod Pftrl, kpt eos
(tasuyeo bd, ror u aeoomnMaauoa
DAS IIATZ. VMtUiU.
rraaeott. April 12, 173.
Norttt Side of the Plaza, Present.
Harto- rurchaaad aad nttui tba abor old anj wall
known ataad, w ar aow rady ta, fanbh tb pablle wltb
Excellent Uapre 33cer,
miOlX&AlX OR liF.TA.lL.
Vi't bXT aUo a nw ateckef
Isapcrted Wine, liqaers, and Cigars,
And fMictally toUelt jro ratrouf-a.
nODEKDUBO A CO.
PrtMwtt, Arboaa, Jsawary U, 1072.
LT THE "HiriT," OH K0BIEZOMA BT,
THE THIRSTY CAN
OCT GOOD WHISKEY,
RUM, OIK, BRAKDV, KUMMKU
savkkx or eoxjn winkb.
Ana Tolerable Water. Irop la.
MOXTEZOMa BAR & BILLIAKB
MONTEZUMA 8TBEET, PRESCOTT.
Wa bat raeaatlr raaeratad aad Bxad np ooroalooa ia
8S S?!, BOM Ml U CUmtXtT.
WINES, LIQUORS, atetl CIGARS,
rOK OUB PATRONS AND TUE PUBLIC
WWa two of J.Ftrabl iiCo'aSatt TaLlfc with
tHUaajr'a Patast win eoaNVma wUeh a far aoparlor tu
urotMraDow 1 n. suuarauuwiu eauaaa
lode ler Bmwlrn.
WktitiOiiklbB,larncSwM aHaelttd to to
PmcoU. A Hamuli. leTS.
Next door to the Mime Ofice, Fretcotu
GOOD LAGER BEER.
Always on band sod for slc
JOHN RA1BLE, PreptMar
PI0XEEI DRUU STOIE.
'0a ha&a aad for Sale:
AVER'S JFAVNE'S. BRISTOL'S.!
KtTM.a AM HALV&
A t4 a Toll ajortinl of the beat t.tM( Madlclnc
ww in u wn-BS',mi irrtb ana ipnwea.
Fancy ToUtt AttMt Saapt od IMHiMttr,
And a full orTl 7 of p f&rcHsrta Hewasss.
rhyaUUtta Pmcritotlalk earefallr od rw
lly Ctmprejodtit. OEO. O.KEJIDALL.
OT tt. KtSWU' OSt- lb tear of Dtitf Stat.
NEW UVttY AND FEED STABIE,
Granite Street, Trcscolt,
IK TimA.it oif Mr mart oirificic.
nnni) "otf AHTr.tm vv.r.n mvi;
fat all ealmali that may W lifl at Uta
BUGOIRA. ASI OTHER VEHICLE. W ia"VI
leava, frsUb4 ett asort wotle. Alio, muldle aatmal.
. MITCHELL & OAKU1.NE1W
F1 It 33 S XI
Jmt Keceived at
KJ&hhY At STEPHEIVS'.
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br rf-aa h bmsd a rneJ
PKK. ami RIlKKTlMOK WAHI!
awwlJH if . . lylfl
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l-y IVllilr alUatlw. jild t ;0H WORK
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rmp'rn, HsrtV. I3vll7, u
C JP.HBAI & CO,,
niif-ttfji'.1 son 1 t ppl f XtFrtbtre AtfaoM,
THE LAROrT and BEST STOCK
OF. r .
Ever Ottered la this Jfket, .
LADIES' FUIUVISUING OOD;
Gents' Furnishing GooSs, ;
Military FurnbiMug OeoiVt,
DRV GOODS, OROCTRIEfl - -
Xria and Caaaesl FrorU. and Meats
Stoots nnd Shoes,
TOJ3ACCOS AND CIGAJRS,
rAiiJY GOODS, OUa AND PAISTS,
Guns, 3Pistols, . .. k
EIFLE AND SLASTZHG P0WDEX;
rUSE AND CARTRIDGES, .
Iron a,rxcl Stel, i v. "
Sining; & Farming Implements,
ETC., ETC., ETC.,
WHICH TVE MILL SELL. FOB CAS II OKLV, AT
TUE SMALLEST I'OSSIDLE HA1U3IN ABOVB
COST AJfD CABBIAQtC , t .
LIBERAL PRICES "
Paid in Merchandise pr.Currency.
GOLD AND SIL.VER BUIiLION, ,
....AXViVK.... ' ' '
OF rmi COUNTRY QEXERAXJVT. ,
IIvlBf tanhSij aidlad tba etianctar of food 4-
ttnbl fcr tbU market, sad. bsTiafoa t tod so Jaif aod
o Taritd a ttiiorlairoV MJecHd with ta jTWtt fotd
U cu. ir ara ,eolldal,, that fet ttr tva5iz jmr mm
mBthm Wtl.T rsablxl toaaUiTgr tba i.-al wwa of
Vittceti. Atiuna, Jaanarjr 3,'i87f. " ' '
WM. B. HOOPER & CO.
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Jr Xvsrj ftMaKsr, .aUsMriBCZ'Bll.asid
Tmk tkeir Ttrie, Meet, ui
From European JEapterji and
San Francisco Markets.
To Mmhaata, Rr and Station KeajrefK, MWnt, LWuor
Dialer, laaabiTM aad Trafonri at mte wbtcb
Tknefb Cormpondtal Wtha CHIEF' "CITIES 6P
THE WORLD, ORDERS ASJtFLlD TO THE
Of l'ro&N, MrrtbahJU orWWorry fwrStiarr, nu
or traetmtuloas ar attrndea to STKH?TLY IK AC'
CORUANCK W1TIT IKSTROCtlOrW, wi tb
belt Intrreit of tb owoer.
Tllfe MOST I'ROilPT blSPA'Ttol! AKt CARE.
?UIi DELIVERY ASSURED. Tlrt oooeicao and
ArnegtlaeaUax perfect to .Tery Xjeut hi tire Territory.
OOLD DUBT, Q OLD AND MLYEk BtlttlOK,
V. 8, BcnK Treaiary Drafu, Le-al Tendm, 'BoVHrn
WarraoU, Banken' Dnvfta, acd Jfood tJoWtrWrcM rper,
Oralp, Uldea, Wool Mi AM. TBHttlTOWA L AKI
MEXICAN VRODCOTH baagl.KSVihierOR CADU,
o wttaseM Bad tuay bo dcfrv4.
Our Stock Complete.
OXJH COSNVCTrOXB Tim BEET. Aad w Offu io
VwlpeJlif Atltoea, Smots. aod New Unleo ladure--&(
"bot obtainable a'aoy etber kowieoo tb Tartfe
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