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WEEKLY ARIZONA' MINER: PRESCOTT DECEMBER 24, 18T4.
From Saturday" Daily.'
j Tlioso Christmas toys and ihlugs baTC arrived
at Kelly & Stephens.
A. 0. Noycs Is working hard, trying to develop
tlTcnilneral resources of our Territory.
7 Mr. Marks, of C. P. Head & Co , has purchased
100 tickets iu Fisher & Thorn's gift enterprise.
Win.' Jennings Is back in bis old position,
,ihat of night-watchman. Jennings is a good man
for this position.
Fred. G. Brcchtbas Just completed several
ffirS&lass jobs of blacksmitbing upon presses,
etc for the Mixee.
Judge C. T. Ilaydcn left for his borne, yester
day. Previous to leaving, bo informed us of bis
intention to go East this winter, for the purpose
of helping Arizona.
Fred. Hiltenbrand, of Woolsey Valley, called
jc? terday, paid in bis subscription, informed us
that be had just got through shelling corn and
m, with three others, about to Etart mining on
-Big'Bng. Good luck to you, Fred.
Gobbler. The huutiug party spokcu of in
last Weekly Mineh have favored us with a fine
gobbler, which wc shall endeavor to appreciate
on next Christmas day. A close examination of
the dead bird has convinced us that the wild tur
keys of Arizona, of which he Is a noble speci
men, arc the largest and handsomest turkeys in
the world. We hope our hunters will take care
and not kili any more wild turkeys than they
tnny stand in need of; as 'twould be a sin to do so.
From Monday' Dally.
Judge Wyman and Mr. E. M. Pcarcc arrived
here rcccutly from Tucson. They come to look
at some of our mines.
II, M. Herbert, sheriff of the county, returned
home, a short time ago, from a tax-collcctlug
tour In Wickenburg and vicinity.
Chas.W. Beach arrived iu Prcscottfrom Ebrcn
berg, Saturday evening. A portion of his train
nrrlvcd to-day with merchandise, etc.
Fon Tucson. Mr. and Mrs. L. Bashford, Col.
C. P. Head, Judge A. Hush, I. A. Stevens, J. G.
Campbell and C. C. Bean started for Tucson this
forenoon. Another party Is preparing to start
During the absence of Capt. Hargrove, at the
Legislature, Mr John W. Lcomrd, an intelligent
and energetic young man, will have charge of the
'business of bU office.
The MiNEii establishment has just completed
some neat placards for the "Niay Saloon and
Eating House," in Montezuma Bow. Drop hi on
the Colonel, and try his produce.
iThc California mall wagon arrived hero early
this morning, with letters and papers from all
points of the compass. Postmaster Giles informs
us that it was a very heavy mail.
Weatheu. Rain and snow clouds flitted over
this part of the Territory, yesterday, some of
which gave us a little water, in the shape of hall.
To-day old Sol resumes his authority, and the
mellow rays of Indlun-summer once more man
tle our beautiful fprfgfjlls.
Ed. F.' ltoUjei -y,,f elect, has determined
upou the appointment of -Mr b U. Parker as his"
vn'dcr shcrifl. Mr P. has, for a long time, been
connected with the mercantile house of Win. M.
Buffum, and gained for himself the good will of
everybody. Wo look upou the appointment as a
During Friday and Saturday of last week Uu
dcr Sheriff Wilkcrson paid into the county trcas
ury Bomcthlug over ?6,000 of taxes collected dur
lng the present month. Tbhi payment has re
moved the county's debt of 1873, and warrants
are now being paid which were issued prior to
April of the present year.
Kelly & Stephens were the first to purchase a
supply of paper bags at the Miner, office. C. P.
. Head & Co. gavo us the next order, which wc arc
Storekeepers and all citizens of the Territory
who use paper bags will find It to their interest to
purchase at this office.
t Prcscott has no notion of going back on its
nnclcut reputation for being the best auction
mart In the West, as the strife among purcha
sers, Saturday last, proved. It is said, and, wc
believe, with truth, that second-hand furniture,
etc., sold for more than their original cost here.
The freight teams of Messrs. Handle, Allen
and Gilbert arrived here, yesterday, from Ehren
bcrg, with ono load of goods for C. P. Head &
.Co., one for II. Ashcr & Co., and the other for
Uncle Sam. Mr. Randlc informed us that the
road was miry In several places and that the last
storm caught the train on the other side of Gran
ito Mountain. The train will go from this place
to Phccnlx, at which place it will load barley
' Mr. T. J. Bidwcll and family have removed
from the vicinity ot Ehrcnbcrg, Yuma county,
to Kirkland Valley, iu this county, Mr. Bid
wcll came to the Territory at a very early date in
its history, and has filled many important offices
very creditably to himself and the Territory. Wc
"welcome him to Yavapai.
A. S. Clongb, of lower Granite Creek, was in
town a few daj-s ago and informed us that a
party of ten or twelve Indians, who were well
cd with guns, stopped near his place a short
time ago, broke into the house of George Cary
.and' took from tho same some blankets, Hour,
-etc Mr. Skllllng requested the Indians to leave,
but they were very saucy aud refused to do so,
telling him that they were Indian soldiers. The
supposition is that they arc ruuawaj's from some
. o the reserves, for whom soldiers arc now look
ing. Christmas Tree. It pleases us to be able
to state that several ladies of Prescott have
taken In band the matter of making a Christ
mas Tree, and that the little people will,
in consequence, be made happy by presents, etc.,
from good old Santa Claus. The Tree will, no
doubt, be erected in the Court room. A couple
of the little ones were out, Saturday last, solicit
ing subscriptions, of which, wc learn, they got
several fat ones.
The ladles cf Department Headquarters and
.Fort.Wblrjple have made ample preparations for
a TrceaDd presents for the youth of these places,
and h.v.c favored us with an invitation to witness
yiNiSHED at Last. All friends of Dan Hatz,
and their numbers are great, will feci glad when
wo tell them that his ucw house is, at last, finish
ed. This house is upon the 3itj of his old house,
which was recently destroyed by Arc. It is con
structed oi brick and adobes ; roofed with Uu ;
well lighted aud every way worthy oi Dan and
.hlsunconqucrablccncrgy, which latter shone out
strongly when be was first burned out and, again,
when the adobe walls of his new building resolv-
., cd themselves Into the clayey particles of which
ihey were composed. Dan baa now a fair look
ing building, CCx28, besides a good kitchen and
bakery, In rear of the main' building. In the
kitchen Is a splendid range, which be recently
purchased from L. Bashford & Co. A very few
days and Dan will have boarding and saloon ac-,
commodations for a great many people, and we
bespeak for him the patronage of all who believe
in helping a good but unfortunate man to regain
all that he has lost by fire aud other agents of de
struction. C. C. Bean, late candidate for delegate to Con
gress, and Martin Safcenburg, all of this place,
arrived here a short time ago, irom Little Colo
rado section of this (Yavapai) county. If wc are
not mistaken, Mr. Sontag, notary public, accom
panied them for a special purpose. Mr. Bean in
formed us, soon after his arrival, that lie saw a
great deal of first-class farming and grazing coun
try during his trip. He went as far as the east
ern end of the White Mountains. He further
states that the Little Colorado section of the
country has several hundred thousand dollars
worth of taxable property, which ought to be
made pay its share of county expenses.
Having made two trips through that country,
wc were not surprised to hear Mr. Bean laud it
very highly for its fiue timber, good grass and
water; its cjk, deer, antelope, turkeys, trout,
From Tuesday' Daily. I
G. W. Bowcra and nugo Richards arrived here,
yesterday, from Yuma.
Just Beceiveii A large and well selected lot
of staple groceries, at C. P. IIeah & Co's.
Mr. Bashford has a force of carpenters employ
ed in improving the front of the old Capitol,
on Gurlcy street, just as If he expected the Capi
ital to come home soon.
Masonic. Aztlan Lodge No.177, F. and A. M.,
will hold Its annual election next Saturday eve
ning, when all members of the Order, iu good
standing, arc expected tote present Iu the Lodge.
Just RncEivnn The largest and finest lot of
gents furnishing goods ever brought to this mar
ket, at C P. Head & Go's.
The weather, to-day, is delightful. The enjoy
ment our unequalled climate allbrds causes us to
sympathize with the people of other States and
Territories, who arc now wading through snow
Postponed. The Ladles' Mite Society have
concluded to defer giving their dining entertain
ment, iu aid of the Church, until a. day to be
named, by them, hereafter. This, on account of
their earnest desire to have the Christmas Tree
festival in full possession of the Court room, on
C. P. Head &. Co. have just received a fine as
sortment of ladies' dress silks, to which they in
vite attention of their fair customers. mtwfct
Mr. T. J. Butler, who has edited several papers
In the States and Territories north of Arizona, is
nowhere, looking at our Territory, and may
soon conclude to become one of us. He intends
visiting the southern section of the Territory.
Wc have fouud him to be a pleasant, intelligent
Just Received A large and very fine lot of
tobaccos aud cigars, at C. 1 . Head tc Co js.
Departures. Messrs. J. P. Hargravc, A. L.
Ma-Herand J. W. Tompkins left Prcscott this
iorenoon, via thu ucw road, (or Tucson.
Messrs. E. S. Pcnwell, G. W. Curtis, J. Akcrs,
Peter Harvey and two othcrs'arc booked for this
evcnlug's buckboard. Mr. Pcnwell goes to Tuc
son, the other gentlemen to San Francisco and
Messrs. Kerr ond Evans arrived here night be
fore last from their homes iu lower Agna Frit
Vallej', y. miles cast of Prescott, where the cli
mate Is a great deal warmer than that of Pres
cott. Mr Evans Informs us that himself and fel
low farmers will soon sow wheat, which lias al
ways done well in their part of the country.
Just Received A large lot of Dcvoe'g coal
oil, at C. P. Head & Co's.
For Mayor. It will be seen, by a card in to
day's Miner, that C. A. Luke is the favorite of
"many citizens'.' for next Mayor ot Prcscott. We
have known Mr. Luke ever since he settled in
this county and, in justice to him, will say that
he has always been a good citizen and liberal
minded gentleman. If elected, he will endeavor
to do his whole duty iu a wise, liberal and states
Just Received A large lot of furniture and
bcdrooui sets, at C. P. Head & Co's
The property offered lor salu by Messrs. Brill
& Bauiboz surpasses all other property of Us kind
iu Arizona. Their orchard contains fruit trees
of every kind; their viuoyard Is the finest In Ari
zona, aud their nursery is well tilled witli young
trees. The place Is on the cast bauk of the Has
sarampa, about two miles below Wickcuburg, on
the main road to Bill Smith's quartz mill aud all
points in southern aud southwestern Arizona.
They have abundauce ol water for Irrigation.
Just Received A large and finely assorted
lot of wines and liquors, at C. P. Head fc Co's.
The first wagon for Ilassayampa started from
Prescott this morning, in chargu of S. O. Frede
rick, who informed us that he felt certain of ma
king the trip. If so, it will be the first trip ever
made, by wagon, from Prcscott to Ilassayampa.
So much for the cucrgy and liberality of the peo
ple of Prcscott and vicinity, who have assisted in
opening this new road to a very wealthy portion
of Prescott's back couutry. A couple of men
who have engaged to work on the road went
over with Mr. Frederick.
J. L. Fisher is about to sell out by public auc
tion tho entire stock of merchandise of our ex.
postmaster, O. Allen, as will be seen by referring
CnuiSTMAS Tree. The managers of the Pres
cott Christinas Tree Festival request us to say to
the public that Old Santa Claus will commence
business at early candle-light, in the Court-room,
and that the good old soul hopes to see every
child in Prcscott and vicinity present. Said man
agers also request all who thluk of forwarding
presents to do so at once, so that they may be
classified and given proper places on the tree
Just Received A large lot of blasting pow
derboth black and giant, at
dclSml C. P. Head & Co's.
Ball. The Odd Fellows' Installation Ball is
announced to come off on New Year's Eve; Hatz'
ball Is the place selected. A. O. Xoyes aud L. B.
Jewell are named as floor managers. A ticket,
admitting one gentleman and lady, to the rights
and privileges of Ball aud Supper, will cost just
ten dollars. Knowing that our Odd Fellows
have never yet failed in giving good entertain
ments, we predict that the coming one will be
Tho Postmaster General will hereafter re
turn checks deposited by bidders for mail
contracts by mail, instead of giving them to
the depositor in person.
The Crown Point mining company of Ne
vada, on a recent pay day disbursed nearly
published by request.
FEET OF SIZE.
i Take Hiem up tenderly,
Lift them with care
Fashioned so slenderly
A beautiful pair.
Look a those number "twelves,"
A 6igbt of themselves I
Made from two ox bides,
The truth shall I tell ?
Made for a young bride,
A Terre Haute belle.
Touch thcin not scornfully,
Think of her monrnlully -Who
has to wear them:
To naught on land or sea,
Under the canopy, ,
Can wc compare them.' "
How were her father's feet f
How were her mother's ?
How were her sister's feet ? .
How were her brother'6? i-' '
What had the maiden done -,.
That she should merit it ?
AVas it a judgment,
Or did she merit it ?
Alas! for the rarity . ,
Of Christian charity
Scarcer than pearls ;
Oh! it was pitiful!
To sec a whole city full .
Of big-fooled girls.
Ah! those huge bridal shoes,
Look at their soles !
Laces like clothes Hues
Pass through the soles ! -
Take tliciu up tenderly,
Lift them up with care
Fashioned so slenderly
A beautiful pair.
If such her slippers,
What were her stogas ?
Fabrics of leather, like
Droves of homed cattle,
While passing around,
Look at her brogans,
Then paw up he ground;
Bellow ing all the while
Knowing full, well,
The IeatUer required
For a Terre Haute belle ?
She has good understanding,
That's morally certain ;
Hur looting is proper
So. let's drop the curtain,
And pledge In a bumper,
With proper solemnity,
A health to the fair bride's
Tim COLORADO RIVER.
Our only navigable river, the great Colo
rado of the West, the waters of which wash
the Western edge of our Territory, for a dis
tance of 700 miles, and which divides Ari
na. from Nevada and California, has been
of immense service to all citizens of this
Southwestern land, and would be of far
more service if Congress would do half as
much for its improvement as it has done for
It is now 21 years since the establish
lisbment, by our Government, of Fort Yuma
and 15 of Mohave. The first fort being nearly
opposite the mouth of the Gila and about
ISO miles above the head of the Gulf of
California ; the latter, 375 miles above Yuma.
These forts had to be supplied from San
Francisco, and this fact gavo reasons for
"stocking" the Colorado with steamboats,
which was soon after done by Messrs. John
son, Wilcox and others. From this small
beginning grew the Colorado Navigation
Company of the present day, an institution
that has done well for itself and for the Tor;
ritory of Arizona, and which now owns and
employs two ocean steamships, eight or ten
river steamboats and numerous barges, and
employ hundreds of men.
The steamships run regularly on the ocean
route, between San Francisco and the mouth
ot the Colorado, a distance of l,S0O, or, as
some say, 2,000 miles. They are, wo learn,
first-class ships, in every respect, having good
accommodations for passengers and freight.
The river boats have also good accommo
dations ; but a better class of boats might
easily be created and run upon the Colorado
if Government would spend some mone- in
improving the navigation thereof.
Prcscott is, by almost any traveled road,
ISO or 200 miles east of the Colorado; jet
Prcscott people yes, two-thirds of the
Americans of Arizona look to the Colorado
river as tho greatest and best ligament, if
we mav so express ourself, connecting the
Territory with California. True, some Ari
zonans think they have a better and cheaper
freight route through the Mexican State of
Sonora ; but we doubt it and wonder why
said Arizonans should so far forget their duty
to the Territory as to throw olf on it and
waste their freight-money, etc., in a foreign
land. Wc hope all such Arizonans will soon
see their folly in this particular, and at once
take steps to build up their own Territory.
They will, we think, find the Colorado Nav
igation Company fully alive to the impor
tance of winning back lost trade, and wc
know that tho citizens of Yuma City, of
Maricopa Wells, of Florence and all other
places on tho road from Yuma to Tucson will
be but too glad to oiler greater inducements
than ever before to merchants who have
been in the habit of patronizing Sonora. In
this way, the towns of Yuma and Tucson
will mutually aid each other and cause good
times for people living on and near the old
Prcscott, the largest town north of the
Gila river; Phojni.v, the next largest, and
all other towns and settlements in northern
Arizona have always received the bulk of
their supplies on the banks of the Colorado,
from the Navigation Company, and their
citizens take just pride in knowing that the
citizens of Yuma, Ehrcnbcrg and other towns
on the Colorado have been benefitted by
their trade. They find some fault with life
Navigation Company ; but they know that
the Company are the surest, most careful
and, in many respects, the cheapest public
carriers on the Pacific coast. Again, they
look forward to the day that will see the
valley of the Colorado as thickly peopled as
tho valley of the Mississippi ; and so they
would hail wiih delight the passage of Mr.
McCorraick's bill, for making secure against
the waters of the river costly government
buildings now at Yuma City; also, a bill for
the improvement of the navigation of the
Phescott, December 21, 1S74.
To the Editor of the Arizona Miner:
The citizens of the town of Prescott will soon
be called upon to elect a mayor and councilmen.
Several persons are already mentioned as suitable
or, at least, appear aspirants.
These offices are rather undesirable of them
selves on account of there being no salary at
tached thereto. But these offices arc to be filled,
and it is the duty of every citizen in this town
to sea that the best men arc selected for the po
sitions. While wc have only this In view we de
sire to place Mr C. A. Luke iu nomination for
Mayor at the coming municipal election. Mr
Luke stands in this community above reproach;
h!s4ioncsty, integrity and capability cannot be
questioned; besides, be is ono of the largest
property owners In this town, which will be suf
ficient guarantee that the best interests of the
people will be preserved under bis adriiinlstra
tlon. Mant Citizens.
FLO U R INC MILL,
Salt Kive Valley, Arizona.
Ojir Mill now being in full operation, we are prepared
to furnish the market with a quality of Flour, which nc
guarantee far snj'erior to any manufactured in the Terri
tory, and' fully equal to the very best Imported from Cali
fornia. Wo will keep constantly on hand at the 31111, and
at our several agencies.
THREE QUALITIES OP FLOUR,
In 25, 50, and 100-Pound Sacks
,SE MITEL LA, COR-MEAL,
CRACKED WHEAT AND BRAN.
A liberal discount will be made on regular sales to
merchants and others purchasing large quantities.
J. H. Piekson
H.UIXETT Sc. BLOCK
MO011K i. Cakk
K. X. Fish &. Co
hi:. N. Fish & Co
"W. B. HELLINGS &, CO.
CHARLES T. KAYDENn
Hayden Ferry, Maricopa County, A. T.,
IIEAIXK IX -.
EVEEY VARIETY OF MERCHANDISE,
Proprietor of the Hayden Mills.
Flour of irlie Very Best Quality
From these Wuter Mill always on hand and grain at
lowest market mtcfr lor casli.
.Shall soon make a lanrc amount of
Bacon and Lard for Sale.
Frrijjhters will find it for their intrrcs' to srive me a
call, as I am distributing Hour ami crram 'n nil tvirt; ot
the Territory nnd can freijnently furnish bark freights to
thf ir advantage, as well a supplies ami have a black
smith simp ami wnifon-iiialifr's Miop supplied for conve
nient repairs. UllAKl.tS T llAYUKa,
Hayden I'erry, September 12, 1874 srplO
Successor to Clius. Whitlow
Maryvillc, - - - - Arizona,
. IIEAIXU I.V....
CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
m A y m
Sells lotccr than any other house on Salt lliver.
lxr Terms strictly cah.
Jlaryvllle, A. T.. July 1C. 1S7I. .jlySPdlwGm
PIKEMX, ARIZONA ,
Tvoop for Sale
Highest Prices Paid for Grnia and other
I'hcenix. Arizona. April 3. 181.
f IltVISE. J. A. K. IRVINE
At the News Depot,
Offer for Sale an assortment of first class
FAMILY GROCER IE S .
NEWSPAPERS AND .PERIODICALS.
AT LOW PKICKS.
J. Cold water & Bro,
Have oa hand a Largo and Complete Stock of
Comprising everything required in n f.ummg country,
and which they will ell at tho lowest possible prices.
Highest price paid for Grain.
BREOES3 & SPEAR,
CAMP MOHAVE and MINERAL PARK,
Would very respectfully call the attention of the public
at large to tticir
Large and Complete Assortment
ALL KINDS OF MERCHANDISE,
iriUCU T1IF.Y SELL AT
THE LOWEST CASH PRICES,
At their Store at Cam i Mohave and Mineual Pa::k.
We invito all to examine our itock before making their
We are also prepared to SHI? OKES AND BCI.LIOX
and MAKE MI1KUAL ADVANCES OX THE SAME.
All Merehandire convened to our caro will receive
careful handling and be forwarded with dispatch, at the
lowest market rates.
john c. rorrs
CORY & POTTS
SELL CHEAP FOR CASH,
iVeeclecl y Eveiylotly
At their store in
CERI2AT, WAIAAPAI DISTRICT,
Mohave County, Arizona Territory
We keep on hand a large assortment of
DItUGS AXD 3IEDICEVES.
ly Call and see us.
AU KINTJ3 OF
E TJ I Xu 3D 1 1ST G- LUMBER
REIT COX5TAXTI.T ON I1A.VD AT THE
Quartz Mountain Saw-Mill,
(Fire Miles South ot rrescott)
All orders sent through the Postoffice will be rroaiptlv
attended to. r 1
Terms, cash on delivery at the mill.
GEO. W. CUUTIS.
Prescott. Arizona. September 19 1174.
Express to Upper Lynx Creek.
Order Book at Postollicc.
Letters and Papers Carried Free of Charge.
H. G. BALLOU.
Prcscott, August 21, 1S71.
p. THE JUSTICE'S COURT OF CERBAT TOWN.
X ship, in the county of Mohave, the Territory of Ari
zona. E. F. Gallacher. J. P.
Geokce Hoveu, Plaintiff, l
W. Y.JfEWLAXl, Defendant. )
The Territory of Arizona sends (rreetlnsr to W." Y. New-
Yon Bre hereby required to appear before me, at mr
office in Cerbat Precinct Township, in the county of Mo
have, in an action brought against you by the above
uatned plaintiff, and arswer the complasut in said action,
on file in my otlico, within CO sixty) days, ( the 16th day
ot Dec, at 10 o'clock a. m) exclusive ol the day of ser
vice, aller tue servico on you on mis summons.
The said action is brought to recover from, von the
scm of two hundred and ninety-four f$23I) dollar for
work done and labor ierfunned for you on the "Eliza
mine in Cellar district, Mohave county, nnd Territory
aforesaid ; and yon are hereby notified "that if you fail to
Jippearand answer said complaint, as above required,
said plaintiff will take judgment ncaiost you for the said
amount of two hundred and ninety-four dollars, together
with costs and damages.
Given under my hand this 17th day of October. A. D.
1S74. E. F. GALLAGHER,
oct23t3 Justice of the Peace of said Tuwuhlp.
To J. S. THOMAS, owner in the second west extension
of the Black Lode, Yuvapai county. Arizona: You are
hereby notified that if you do not appear within ninety
(90) days from the date hereof, nnd pay our proportion of
the expenses incurred in developing said mine, the under
signed will claim a forfeiture, according to law, of your
interest in said mine. 1. C. MORELANI).
C. A. HAMMOND.
Prescott. November 20th, IS7-1. coiOwWt
Estate of HARLEY H. CARTTER. Dec'd.
Notice ts hereby given to the creditors of nnd all persons
having claims against the estate of Hnrley 11. Cartter, do
ceased, to present the same U) the ucdereigaetl Executor,
at PrCMStt, Yavapai county, A. T , within ten months
from the date of this notice, or the same will be forever
liarred ; and all persons indebted to said estate arehendjy
reoucsted to make immediate payment
HAllLEY H. CARTTER, Jr.., Executor.
Prefeott. November 1G, 1674. nMm3
Tehritoky of Arizona, l
County ot Mohave. 5
TX THE JUSTICE'S COURT IN AXD FOR 31IN
L cral Park, in the County of Mohave.
Tho Territory of Arizona, to D. A. Meycudorff:
You arc hereby summoned to appear before :c at my
office in Mineral Park, in said county of Mtdtave. on
Thursday, the fourteenth day of Jamuiry. A. I). 1?7.". at
10 o'clock a. m., to answer to the complaint of llreon .t
Spear, for tho recovery ot the sum of one hundred and
nineteen dollar, due the plaintiffs upon a promissory note
given by you on the S:li day of July, leT.I, with interest
from the eth !ay of September, 1673", when judgment will
be taken against you for the said amount, together with
costs and damages, if you fail to appearand nnswer.
Given under my hand the 14th day of Xovemlier, A.
no-JO Justice of the Peace for soid County.
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
Notice hereby given to all whom It may concern, that
the co-partnership heretofore existing between (Seorge W.
ll.imaid and Henry A.lligelow, is this day dissolved, by
The busincx of the Xifty Saloon and Enting House
will be kept up in a style tosuit the patrons of the estab
lishment in the future as well as in the jiast.
All the indebtedness of tho firm will le settled by H.
A. lligelow ; and thoje owing the late firm are notifled
that all bills remaining unsettled ontlin3It day of De
cember, 1S71, will bo placed in the liaroN of an Attorney
for collection. HENRY A. BJOELOW.
OEO. W. ISARNAXD.
Prescoft A. T., Xovembcr.'lO, 1674. diwtd
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
The co-partnership heretofore existing under the firm
r.ame of Weaver & Giles, is this day dissolved by mu
P. II. Weaver will settle and collect all accounts due
by or to said linn; and continue tho business at the old
stand. 11. II. WEAVER.
JAMES S. GILES.
Prescott, A. T., November 23, If 71. noiT74t
E. I I'An. F. E. G HAVEL
Los Angeles, California,
CARRIAGES & WAGONS,
Of all kinds, made of the best material. They also keep
on hand n largo stock of
Carriages, Buggies, Light Spring
Of their own make, which they warrant in every respect.
They have determined to sell their work as low as the
inferior and worthless work that is fre-pienfy palmed oft"
ujnm the community in Los Angeles ami elsewhere. Call
and see the
Of CARRIAGES awl HUGfilES ever ol&red in Los
Angeles. All Carriases nnd Iluecif s manutaotuffd by
u?."are fitted with Pace" oebebnited Patent Adjustable
.SPUING LAKY HACK, so well adapted to curafoit.
I- e. n.-itF.!:.
I. VT. THATCHER.
F3SHER & THATCHER,
(TORMERLY E. E. FISHER .t CO.J
Manufacturers, Importers and Dealers In
J E W E L u y, Y A tciie y,
Silverware, Spectacles, &c.
The be' f everything in our line. Everything war
ranted as represented. Goods sold by us engraved fret
Headquarters for staodard
67 Main Street, Los Angeles, California
Music and Musical Instruments
r arizonans in neeu oi iuicai iniru-
ments, febeet jIumc. etc, will lir.rt it to
their inteJest to srnd orders to CHARLES
S. EAT OX. 138 Montgomery Street, San
Francis), California, who keeps the largest and best var
iety on the Pacific Coast.
JE. IV. FISH & CO-
Pcire to inform the public, throucb the raedinm of the
Mlneu, that their extensive Uores and warehouses, at
TUCSOiV AND FLORENCE,
In Pima County, Arizona, are always died with foil
lines of such good as are needed Mn tue 1 emiory, acu
their ample facilities for purchasing and receiving goods,
enable them to sell better articles, for less money, than
any other firm in Southeastern Arizona.
In addition to regular store articlts, they Seep on hand
PIXE 1.U.1IBEK AXD SHINGLES,
jBxtiiE-sr Sc COBKT.
nnd Mr rolllnsrtrood. at Florence.
will be t'h'ased to receive calls from such citizens or
.Northern Anzota, .ew jicxico mu wuuuiuia, -visit,
orpa these places.
S. E. BE LONG.
TULLY, OCHOA, & CO.,
AL.L KINDS OF MERCHANDISE,
Which tee sell at the Loicest Cash Prices.
AVe invite all to examine our stock before, maifcg theit
purchases elsewhere. TULLY, OCIIOA, Si CO.
I 4 -v
jpo the Unfortunate.
NEW REMEDIES! 'E7 REMEDIES
BE. GIBBON'S DISPENSARY,
IN T0. 623 KEASNT BTEEET, CORNER COM
5 it liiirciaJ, San Francisco. Private entrance
on Commercial btreet. Estabished in lcM, lor
the treatment of Sexual and Seminal Diseases,
such as Gonorrhea, flleet, stricture. Syphilis la
all its forms. Seminal Weakness, Impotency, etc., etc.
Stin Disease! of years standing, and Ulcerated Legs, etc..
Dlt G1BBOX has the pleasure of announcing thatfc
has returned from visiting the principal Hospitals of
Europe, and has resumed practice.
The Doctor has spared neither time nor money in seek
ing out new remedies, and lias returned with increased
facilities for the alleviation of human suffering. " - '
Seminal emission U the consequence of elf-abuse. TbU
solitary vice, or depraved sexual !ndulg-iM, U practiced
by the youth of both foxes to an almost unlimited extent
producing xrith unerring- certainty the following morbid
symptoms, unless eombtdted by scientific medical njea
ures, viz : Sallow countenance, dark spot under, the eyesv
pain in the head, ringing In the ears, noise like the rustling
cf leave or rattling of cbarriots, uneasiness about tb
loins, weakness of the limb, confused Tlsion, blunted in
tellect, Ios ot confidence, diCdence In approaching-strangers,
a dislike to form new acquaintance, a disposition to
sun society, less of memory, pimples and various crop.
tUm about the face, hectic flushes, funed tongue, fueled
breath, coughs, consumption, night sweats, wo8ataau
Bd frequent insanity. If relief be not obtained, yea
should apply immediately, either in person or by letter,
and have a cure effected by bis new and sci ntlflc mod
of treating this dteense, which never falls Of effecting a
quick and radical cure.
Cured at Home.
Persons at a distance may hv CURED AT H03IE, by
addressing a letter to Dr Gibbon, stating- caw?, symptoms,.
length of time the disease has continued, and have medi
cine promptly forwarded, free from damag and curiosity,
to any particular part ot tue country, wua ma ana plum
directions for use
Persons writing to the Doctor will please state the nane
of the paper they see this advertisement in.
By enclosing Ton Dollars coin In a registered letter
through the lVtotllce, or through Veils, Eargo 3c Co.. a.
lckBge of medicine will be forwarded to any part of the
All communications strictly con&denttal-
Address, DR. J. V. OIRROS,
mySi'ly. Itux 1.K7. San Francisco, California,.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
For all the Purposes of a Family PbysiG
Costfreccis, Jaandic, Dyi
ptpsip, Isdigcitlcs, Djses
tory, Foal Stctsach tad
Breath, Eryiipelis, Held
acif, Piles, Hbecmtina
'Eruptions asd Skis Ditcistl,
Bilhouraef, Liver Ccnplaiat
jgHDnspsy,. Tetter, Tuners and
Salt Kfceum, worm, uoat,
ITciiralria. as aDianer Pill, and ParifjiBK tho Bleed,
are the most congrniat purgative yel perfected. Tbelr
effects abundantly show how much they excel all other
Pills. Thev are safe nnd pleasant to take, but pwe6il
to cure; They purge out the fonl humors of the blood;
they stimulate th slnggih rr disordered orgaa-lnto ac
tion ; and they Impart health awl tone to tb? whele Vthsg.
They cure not only the every day complaints of every
Unly. but formidable ami dangerous diseases. Most sVll
fnl physicians, most eminent oleTryrorn, and oar bt
citizen, send certificates of cure performed aad of great
benefit they have derived from these Pill. They are tie
safest and best jvsle for chlldres, because mild as well
a effectual. Itetag sugar coated, they are easy to take ;
and being purely egetaWe they are entirely harmless.
Dr. J. C. AYEE & Co., Lowell, JtTass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists. '
SOM r AIX 1KV..T AMI HEALERS IX MEMC1SE.
anirrki! i ft i l I' 't tint
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR
TO ITS XA TV UAL VITALITY" ASD COLOR
Advaneie? years, sick
ess, cure, disappointment,
and hereditary pfedtspesl
tion, all turn the hair gray,
and either ot them incline It
t shed premature y.
AVRltV IlAir. Vinos, by
V.ng and extensive ne,
1:05 proven that it stops th
falling of tho hair !mmdi
Rti-lv uiten renews thtr
growth, and always surely
1 restore it color, when
ifiulrd or mr. II stimti-
j-!$1'i late the nutritive organ
preserves lth the hair and l! beauty. Tim brashr,
weak i-T mcUt hair become flossy, pliable and strength
ened; lost hair rerows with iTely expression; fallirr
hair is Checked and s-tablished; thin ha r tbielets; and
faded or gray baT resume their original cJr. It ru
tin n 1 siire and hunr.Uss. It cures damlmlT. heals all
humors, and keej" the scalp cool, clean and soft under
which conditions, disease, of the scalp are impossible.
As a dressing fur lad:es hair, the Vtcoi: i praised for
Ms cmteful and agreeable perlumr, aad Talued for the
sott lustre and richness of tone It imparts.
Dr. J. C. AYER & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
SOLI) 11Y AU. DBUnuteTS AM HEALEI1S IX MEMCl.tK
WALLAPAl ASSAY OFFICE,
Cerbat, Hohave County, Arizona.
I beg- to infcirm the Miner aad public In general that I
have ojienrd an Asay olhVe at Certot. tValtapai Dbtrict.
Where I am prepared to do any work Jn the line of toy
business. I have
Reduced Prices to Suit the Times, Viz:
Single Asmvs for Lead. Gold and Silver t'lM
SiBirle Assays far Oeppe 3.00
Sisjrle Assays for Copper. OoW and Sliver . .... JM
Silver lltilliun ruestrd and assayed at 2 per cent, of value.
Persons sendiBg- ere will ofcteeve the Ml owing role :
Iulverize the ore and mix thoroughly ; send aboat tww
ounce of each sample ; If more than one sample, mark
ten seme In pWn figure. IteMiHs iriveB- by retirra ul-
Janl73 C. PLETZ, Assarer.
I have rested this well-known Station, where I aaa pre
pared to furnish the public and travelers with the-
UEST OF ACCOMMODATIONS.
j. GOOD COBKAL.
Plenty of Hay and Grain Always on Hand.
5A A Cret-clas Blacksmith will always tot found
here. Work done at short notice.
Beale Sprinjrs, Augut 17, l7s. aug21
A. E. HAV13.
Unless Tot: 5vTaa't to Pied Oat that You Gaa
Buy Goods at Reduced Kates, ot
DAVIS & RANDALL.
AT MIXERAIi PAKE. ARIZONA,
DEALS RS IX
Groceries and Provisions,
CLOTHING AND HARDWARE,
ToLacco and Cigars,
Drugs and. IVXedicisies,
WJBCOri"ESAXiE -AJSTD -R.-RTT'AT-r.,
Who are also prepared to SHIP OHES AXD BULLIOX
and make liberal advances on the same.
WArorrvr.Ti nrATrro rrntmi TPITITR
and the beat Weight's Cologne, Fresh and -Gen
uine, at DR. KENDALL'S Ploaeer Draff Star