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IfglDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1876.
Ectt every Sunday, at 10:30, at the MetbodUt Ep!.
5ctrch' on J,ar":?a reef.. I'rescott Sunday icbool
Kf.XlL WlLEr. Methodist South, will preach at 11
jrClAi. Notices in the reading column mil
, ..A nt tin' raff nf Tlinrrr npvrs
-J - yc iic
L frit insertion, and ticenty cents a line for each
i i .,mt insertion.
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From Wedneday' Daily.
Rtsiness yesterday was almost entirely
Lpeaded in Prescott. Everybody seemed
B IlinmLJllt'llii lltl tr tm V1nn:n C'
lwerc candidates themselves, of courso.
i ff nr Mi Air rtun. tnfnMto ...l.:t
Ijbers had friends to electioneer for. Thqj
Ijjfforked with a will fur their favorites.
Ifgons labeled for the different candidates
ItHflJceut running throughout the day hunt-
igood humor and good earnest.
flmcii-LiaiiT PnocESSiox. On Monday
lining, tlroro was 'a grand torch-light pro
fion of Hardy men, through the nrinci-
Ialstreet-s of Prescott, proceeded by a hand
1 t . ' ,
aiusic. oucii ikiusos on uie rouie put
jrfred, white and blue lights, and alto
jiher, the demonstration was a decided stic
ks. Quite a tine pvrotechnical disnlav
lai made by parties in the procession put-
lasou ltoman canuios anu oilier luvv
: Kpotl'O li. JJrown.J. W. Leonard. John II.
(Virion, and others closed the demonstra-
ijem ay ueuvermg spiraea speecnes in iavor
d Hardy for Congress.
Hasp, IUr.r.. The lirayton B:tso Ball Club
Line up from Verde on the -1th, and on the
fihplsiyed a match-game with the Chani-
Ision UvP-e Ball Club of Trcscott, on the
flaza. The following are the scores made
la the different innings:
fjains. nruyion. uuumpiim.
ht 'J. : 3
2d 1 11
3d 1 2
Total 2U ,12
From the above, it will be seen that the
tampions won by three points, though.
Iippearanccs indicated that tho Uraytons
irerejusl getting fairly down to their work
rhen tho tr.ime ended, and if thev had
Li another inn'mir. thov would, no doubt.
litre caught up, and perhaps won the game.
i LosT. A gold enameled sleeve-button,
ie tinder will be rewarded by leaving it at
The contest between John A. Rush and
IfcliD Howard is supposed to be close, with
lie chances in favor of Howard. But no
Ice seems to have kept the figures that have
sn reported irom the various precinct?,
hi it will take the official, cflunt.to .deter-,
Elections. At the hour of poing to
mss the political outlook favors the elec-
soa of Hayes. , Hardy's chances are best
for Delegate, Bowers' for Sheriff and Hmv
sd for Council. Other oliicers as hereto
fore published, except as to Justice in this
precinct, where Daniel Mitchell appears to
liire beaten Rutherford.
In this County, the figures indicate the
election of Kendall, Stevens, Moeller, How
ard for Council; Marion, Hutchison, Hath
iay, Head, Miller, Peek. Bichardsand Fos
ter, to the House; Brooke and Curtis, as
Supervisors; Bowers, as Sherili; Wilkerson,
Ik-order: Cook. Treasurer; Buffum Bur-
Imirfer and Bodenburg, Scliool Trustees for
Kn a. , a i. f ..... .. I
iTOCoileiiooi utsu, reiii-u in i
Cutter and Rutherford or Mitchell for Jus
tices. The returns from the Territorial Election
indicite the election of Hardy by a .small
majority. The Little Colorado and Clifton
will not be heard from for several days, and
may possibly change the result, but it is
apposed tliat Hardy will hold his own in
tlicfxtrcme East and that it will elect him.
An enthusiastic voter rushed into a law
yer's otlico in town yesterday, and called for
a Hayes and Wheeler ticket, and would be
atistted with no other, evidently supposing
aiaiself to be in the United Slates.
I lieutenant Thomas, Engineer Olficor, A. j
fcC, etc, on the staff of General Knutz, lun
gene via. Apache, to survey the reservation
for the new post on the Gila, known as Camp
Judges Tweed and Weber will go to
CcrUt, tho former to hold a term of the
Dist Court and the latter to attend it as an at-
TVHlifim P. Avnrv. Your discharge from
'ieU. S. Army was picksdupby Deputy
llarshal Frank. Smith, near ths polls, yes
"day, and handed to ns. Apply at this
Miller Bros, have liuished the new wagon
fcd over the Dixon trail.
1 petition for tri-vreekly niail service
fora San Bernardino to Prcscett by way of
Hardwilli rvrh!it Minimi Park and Hack-
-J , w ,
benr, and also for the establishment of a
mail route from Hackberry to Eliren
rj by way of Whitney, Greenwood, Mon
feuma, Owen City and Planet, headed with
names of Gov. Bashford, Delegate Ste-
and Judge Tweed, received the names
several hundred citizens of Arizona on
Action day. Tho mail service asked for is
P. Head fc Co. aro building a large
fid warohouso in tho rear of their store.
Bashford Co. aro progressing finely
the cellar for their nor brick addition
4Gchacl Goldwater has arrived from San
ciscoand has a large stock of General
ijthandise now on the Tvav from Ebren-
The District Court of ih. tv.;rA J?
tnc of the Territory- of Wna, in and
for the County of Yavapai. Now this day,
Monday, October 23rd, 137G, Murat Masted
son, Esfi., having announced to the Court the
death of Honorable John Titus, upon mo
tion of Joseph P. Hargravc, Esq., it is or
dered that out of respect to the memory of
the said deceased this Court be and hereby is
adjourned until to-morrow, Tuesday, Octo
ber 24th, 1870, alio o'clock, a. m. and the
Court was pleased to appoint the following
gentlemen to prepare and reiort resolutions
expressive of the sense of tho Court and bar.
Joseph P. Hargmve, Murat MasterMjn, E
B. Pomroy, John A. Bush and F. L. B
ylIKItEAs Tho Hon. John Titus, Ex
Chief Justice of the Territory of Arizona
has been called from the sphere of his use
fulness. Now therefore, it is
Jteiolrcd That while we deeply feel the
loss of our honored and respected brother,
we still feel sure that his acts and words
whilo hero will insure to his memory the re
spect of those who knew him, and will shine
in the history of the Territory an undying
monument to his worth.
Resolved That in his personal intercourse
with us he commanded not only our hearty
respect but tho respect of the whole com
munity; and it is therefore our duty as well
as our pleasure forever to honor his memory.
Resolved That we extend to his family and
friends our heartfelt sympathy in their be
reavement. Resolved That these resolutions bo sprcap
upon the minutes of this court and that a
copy be sent to the family of our departed
friendand brother, and thattney also be pub
lished in in the various papers of the Terri
tory. Joseph P. Ilargrave, Murat Masterson, E.
B. Pornroy, John A. Bush and F. L.B. Good
win. Knrni Thursday's Daily.
Uigclow and Darrochu started out this
morning for a little digging on the East
fork of the Hassasampa, where thev say that
two inches of snow assayed pretty well
Wo printed :;0l) copies of our Dally yesrer
daj', and people were growling because there
were none for sale at the newspaper stands
aftur 8 o'clock, which shall not bo charged to
neglect of this ollice hereafter.
The fact that Florida brings up the rear
for Hayes and Wheeler has a kind of sable
aspect to our local, who says that as a pall
bearer he is not a success. .
George Opdyke, late Superintendent of tho
Peck mine, has been persuaded lo put otf
his eastern trip for a time and went out to
the A.tlan mill to-day lo bear a hand for a
A. J. McPhee, Arbuckle and Godfrey,
owners of the Minnie mine at Walnut Grove,
have brought up, by pack train, two tons of
.silver ore, to be worked at the Aztlan mill.
One of tho sufferers in the Election riots at
Walnut Grovo says "that when the wind is
East, the shadow of Bunker Hill Monument
falls square across his grandfather's gravo,
and that ho takes back nothing he has said,
and is willing to ivpc.it it if Tildcn is elected.
II. W. Bradshaw, with Messrs. Barron and
Knight, from Hackerry, Mohave Co., arrived
in Prescott last night, and report the mine in
fine condition. The mill is running to iLs
full capacity, and turning out 1,000 ounces
of sjilvqr per day...,Jo growling about wages
or anything eb-o except butter. Mr. B.
brought in some splendid specimens of the
minerals from Monave.
Charles Bice and J. Dills aro just starting
in to open the Ida' May, a claim on the old
Agua Fria mine be. ween the original claim
and the Silver Fluke, and will sink a 50-foot
shaft on the vein, even if they sink money.
The election in Walnut Grovo was no fail
ure as far as liquids went. Shooting oil' the
mouth commenced early in the action and
shooting with pistols ensued with a kind of
free list-tight for a change. Six men were
tloored atone time. Our tall friend Donigan,
who stands ft fee: ! inches in his stockings,
shot twice at an undersized rooster and over
shot him but tumbled to a little dose of lead
"which struck him just above the left nipple
and followed a rib round under his shoulder.
Pock and Hogle urvived the fray, and
brought in the election returns from that
precinct which will bo shown in another col
umn. Ranching Stock. W. II. Furguson, hav
ing superior grazing lands for winter pas
lure, on Lower Agua Fria, will be at Clay's
O. K. corral, in Prescott, on the 1st and Iftth
of each month, whera he will receive stock
to ranch, on reasonable terms. He has ac
commodations for from one upwards. tf
Iron Crown (imported) Gin, at Ganz'. tf
Tho people of Camp Verde and Verde Vul
lev xns notified that a Photograph Gallery
will be opened at that Post wctfk after next.
Besi Bourbon and Ryo Whiskvat Ganz
tiii: n.v noxAt elkction.
It is, of course, impossible to say with
inv dcrcc of certainty thus early, when we
arc unable to tell how our own County ha
cone, for Countv oliicers, who is elected
President of the United States, ami it must
necessarily he several days yet before the
matter will be definitely settled. The best
wc can do now is to give the estimate ol the
Editorof the San Diego Union, who has
been figuring on the probabilities. An ab
stract of which we received this morning by
tek-raph as follows: "The electoral votes
of the following States are certainly lo.
"SSfornia, Colorado, Illinois, Iowa Kan
sas Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan Minnc-sot-i
Nebraska, New Hampshire, Ohio Or
egon Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South
cTiriina and Vermont It is tc"
that he has also carried Lousiana 11 Ion
i ft,; slinwin" "ives Haves just lbo tit-c-
thev may be set clown on . . ilities
side without much doubt Jheprobniiu is
at this hour arc that Hayes has came a
States and is elected by one -J1
calculations may all t0 go
cocked hat, before Uic MitR wreauy
to press again, ia to uf t
the political out look as it appears w u
tliis hour to-morrow.
Tho SaltBiver BoTt vUl probably, start
from Prescott on Monday.
LETTER FKOMWALNUT GUOE.
Cottonwood C.uip, Walnut Gp.ove ?
Disthict, A. T Oct. 10, 1870.
Editoh Mineh: That standard authority,
"the oldest inhabitant," never remembers
such weather as we have experienced in this
section during the past week. Instead of
the pleasant Indian Summer days, peculiar
to this part of Arizona, we have been visited
by cold drizzling rains accompanied by bit
ing southerly winds; it was indeed miserable
weather of the kind, so aptly described by
the Nevada poet:
The me-ancholj-day have come the n.Uit o the vrar,
hew Wan WbiS'y kin, 100 fdr ls"
Harvesting has already begun in this val
ley, and from all that I can learn the yield
will average well up with proceeding ye:trs,
this together with the strong probability of
an upward tendency in the grain market,
has caused the honest grangers of tliis set
tlement to feel elated over their future prox
pects. The public school of this district is now
open and is well attended. Miss Mitchell,
formerly of Prescott, is tho teacher. From
what I hear of the lady, the trustees are to
be congratulated in having secured the ser
vices of one so thoroughly competent. It
is the intention in a shoit time to erect a
more commodious and comfortable building
than the one now in use
mines and mining.
The Pinal M. & S. Co., are pushing things
at a lively rate. A large force of men an.
employed in preparing for the erection of
the furnace; teams are running steadily
hauling lumber; a number of Mexicans are
at work making adobes: Condran & Hes
have commenced operations on their char
coal contract, and no time will be lost in
putting the affair in running order. The
road from the furnact? to the Crescent mine,
lately purchased by the Company, will be
finished this week, when a force of miners
will be set to work on the vein, which will
be opened at .several points and putin shape
for the extraction of ore. I understand it
is the intention of the Company to bring on
n large stock of goods, and open a store near
their works for the accommodation of their
employees and the public in general. The
present outlook is certainly cheering and
there is no apparent reason why the enter
prise should not be a permanent success.
On the Eureka Mine, Culluinbar and Co.
have readied a depth of over forty feet and
are still sinking. The vein i looking well,
they have a line, smouth hanging wall, but
the foot-wall is yet somewhat broken. It
is the intention to get down fifty or sixty feet
before drifting. They have on their dump
several tons of fine ore, some of which will
go ''way up" in the thousands. Oa the Lone
Tree, an cxtcntion of the Eureka, owned by
Fred Henry & Co., Hamilton & Hannah
are sinking for an interestiu the claim and
the ore they may take out. The vein at this
point shows better than elsewhere vn the
ledge, aud gives every promise ofpennauency.
Godfrey & Co., on the "Minnie" are hard
at work, encouraged by the splendid pros
pects they have in sight. They are
down some fifteen feet and the rich streak
of chloride and horn silver ore still holds
out and is looking better than whim first dis
covered. They have out some three tons of
exceedingly rich ore and have more of the
.same sort in sight. Their prospi-cts for
a stake are decidedly good. The recent dis
coveries of rich ore in this district have
drawn hither a large number of prospectors.
Walnut Grove district has not shown so
much activity in the mining line since the
early days. P.vnucio.
I1IO DOINGS AT WIC'KKNBUnt; TIIK
TOWN IN A r.LAZf.
Wickenhck-g; Xov. 2, 1STG.
Editor Miner: On the night of Octo
ber SO, as I approached Wiekenburg by the
Humbug trail, arriving at the summit of an
elevated plateau, I was horrified at seeing
the whole town, as it appeared to me, envel
oped in fiainc, and as the discoverer of an
cient ''Tadnior," from a similar position,
wept on seeing the ruins of the temple of
the sun, so did I weep. And yet I thought
th" Lord would not destroy Wiekenburg, as
I knew one or two good men lived there.
I journeyed on, and lo, and behold, on ar
riving at the place found that it wa.s a pv
rotechnical display in honor of the wedding
:f W. 12. Guild, the telegraph operator with
a beautiful young damsel from the E:ist.
On ascertaining which, I immediately in-vi'-tfd
in a paper collar and a pair of Pcral
ta overalls and repaired tolhc scene of the
m-:rriage at tiie stage ollice building, aud
there, such a glorious ga'axy a met my
"aze. The bride was led to the altar by the
"room, the Ilev. Dr. Picrson performed the
marriage right of the Episcopal Church in a
pious," soiemn and impressive manner.
While he stood there clothed in the robes of
his pastoral office performing the sacred
functions pertaining to his Episcopal office,
some hoodlum in tiie street cried: "Supus
infabnhi" but the Reverend gentleman con
tinued, solemnly and piously tim-.re.upon
the minds of the newly married couple the
sacred character of the vows they were tak
ing upon themselves, as if no profane out
sider had attempted to interrupt the solemn
ities of the occasion.
After the ceremony a grand collation was
spread and enjoyed ami at miduight the
hop bean and lasted until daylight. Among
those present I noticed Mr. and Mrs. Empey,
Mr' and Mrs. Pcralta and family, Mr. and
Mr Peeples, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kirkland,
Mr'and Mm. Wilson, Miss Nellie Grant, mr.
Grant and Mrs. Grant, Mrs. Pierson, Mr. and
Mt-s. Sheriff Bowers, a Spanish lady whose
name I dil not learn, Mr. Rosenthal, Mr.
Wiekenburg, Messrs. Lewis and Bro, Mr.
Johnstouc and a host of others.
The most clegantlv dressed ladies 1
thought, were Mrs. Pecplcs, Miss Grant and
the Spanish lady. The latter and the Sher
iff were the most accomplished dancers.
E. THEILE, M.
Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur,
(From Berlin, Gennany,
Havine establUheH hlmelf permwently
of hit profeirtn. ,his PPrtunI,r to
Iutfffh.b yr experience in medical
.v.. a. trill in the United Stale a in Europe, and
CSdrf w ith a full a.Mortment of all the Utelyin
SdP SSS 3 mrfical instrument., applynce. and
ltxZVthtment of all clwot extern. and
ffl dieanes. be U almost ure to warrant to his pa
f.a and coaiplet. cure. NO MATTER WIUT
Jtvn OF BMEASB OF HOW LOXO STASDCCO IT WI
rSmro wrrHOLT the cse or tab win.
C. P. HEAD. Prescott.
C. P. HEAD & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANTS,
PRESCOTT AND CAMP VERDE, A.T.,
Respectfully announce to the people of Northern Arizona that thoy now have on
hand, and are constantly receiving,
The Largest, Best Selected and Cheapest
Ever Offered for Sale in this Market.
FOR L Al) I XI :
Silks, CaJicoes, Lawns,
Poplins, Delaines, Linnens,
ifansooks, Alpacas, Reps,
Muslins, Merinos, Shawls,
Flannels, Empresses, Hoisery,
Domestics, Ginghams, Gloves.
lOR GENTLEMEN :
Business Suits, Overcoats,
Dress Suits, Pants,
Fine Underwear, Overalls,
FOB IP -A.
Planes, Hatchets, Window Shades,
Sav3, Hammers, Wall Paper,
Nails, Butts & Screws, Paper Border,
Paints, White Lead, Oil & Turpentine.
1 O AV O O L. GRO W ERS :
Xox Hotels, Station Ivecpers and Saloons :
Bedroom Sets, Table Furniture,
Parlor Sets, Crockery,
Ale & Porter, Tobacco,
Flour, Corn Meal, Beans, Bacon, Hams, Lard,
Canned Meat & Fruit, Rice, Coffee, Tea. Sugar,
Syrup, Dried Fruits, Spices, Soap, Candles, Soda,
Starch, Cream Tartar, Yeast Powders, Salt, Stoves,
Carpets. Oil Cloths, Matting, Blankets, Mattresses.
Liberal Prices, ii Merchandise or Currency,
GOLD DUST. COLD AND SBLVER BULLION, ORES.
.... .a. :r i) thk ...
MERCHANTABLE PRODUCTS OF THE COUNTRY.
CPrices at Verde House the same as at Prescott, with addi
tional freight added.
THOS. J. MORGAN.
WATCHMAKERS AND MANUFACTURING JEWELERS,
And Dealer's in
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware,
All kiti'K of Jewelry and Silverware made from native K"1'I and silver. KncraTlnp; of
,i4.-rliiilnn Knnt Pr-aai. lMlitwm stnmnt. Ktc. All work Warranted.
S3rOrdern 1y Miiil Will receive
J. G. DL-IH.ET. , . T. WILLIAMS.
Gurly Street, Prescott.
Hsw and Clean Beds for Lodgers,
Xlegant Rooms for Families.
liUDIXY & 'WILLIAMS.
WM. S. IIEA1. Cusp Tertle.
Giant Powder Caps
Fuse, Etc. Etc.
K. IVX 1Z-
T. C. DOUGHEHTY.
One Door East
Of the Postofficc.
Prompt and Careful Attention.
T r ONEER
On hand and for Sale.
AVER'S, JAYXE'S, BRISTOL'S
BULL'S AND HALL S
And a fall ouortraeot of the belt
Sow in Market Warranted fresh and Genuine.
FANCY TOILET ARTICLES,
And a full tapply of
Phtsiciass1 Phesckiptions carefully and
GEO. D. KENDALL.
Dr. KE!tDAU, Oflttce In rear of Drnj: Store.
WEED EEMEDY OS OiEQOH EEU
satis Cure. at vn. MOUAi-La urag 010-
H. V. CRAM,
I VARIETY STORE,
J N. E Comer of the Plaxa,
Ui Just rrceiveJ a Nw Sicck of
GROCERIES & PROYISHMiS
Choice California Flour,
Baoon, and Lard,
California. Cheese, 1
CAXXED FRUITS AND MEATS,
And toanr ctbrr thlnjj. too curatrou t meitloa. A 1m
u rxcellt st txk of
Comb and Strained Honey,
Dried Peaches, Currant,
Plums, Apples, Etc., Etc.,
FEESH, CANDIES AND NUTS'
Fresh California Apples,
Stationery, Boots and Shoes,
MenV Common Clothing,
Pipes, Combs aud Cutlery,
A Choice Stock of Cigars,
Finest Brands Smoking & Chewing Tobacco.
Farm and Dairy Produce Beitf kt
Faroinrs. Mlnr and Everyone will MTt ooy by
trading at ihe VARIETY' STOKE.
Tbt Rccoramolate my nurcerout friendt and U pV
llc grne rally, I hava nain opened my home for a
PUBLIC EATING IIOUSK.
My former reputation to itttinp the btit table In Pre
ecu will be fully maintained. My
BAR & BILLIARD SAL00JS,
AVill be uip!ifd with the cholceit
WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS.
THE BONANZA IXJNCBT STAND
ELS .A.3LXJ USTIGHIT.
I'rirato CI.UB ROOMS attached to the Da
I'rrctt, September 8, 187C
RESTAURANT, BAKERY & SALOON,
Tint building- louth of the MlNRS Office, PreicoK.
New House New Everything.
Tim umlenined molt rripectfully inform, th. publi.
that hit neve place, which itamli on th. rats of tb.
' Ming recently UclryeJ by fire, U now open for the I
aecouimodatien, nnd that ho will be pirated to i.H then.
Five LoaveH for One Dollar.
PIES, CAKES, ETC.
Hoard prr week .....tJ.OO
Sin?I- meals.......... ........................ 73
TIIE MA LOON DEPARTMENT
Will alwny be found well (tucked with prcttr good
DriuVabln and Cigars. DAN. HATZ.
Prrcott. Ariioua. December 23. lf-71.
Gurley Stroot, North Side of the Plasa
The Proprietor of thU RMUnran! retpMt.
fully antouncrs that be will .pare do paint
In caterini to the want, of hi. patron..
Meals will Iw furui.hed at All tinnr. ..f th.
day. and the table lupplied with frmrie anj the choioe
irlicnriei that can be prociirpd. Kvertbing clean and
erred up In the bet tyle llo.irtl. pr week, t0
T. WHITKHEAD. Proprietor
Prcfcott, Xovembcr23. 1872.
W. H. WILLISCEAPT,
BETWEEN THE COURT HOUSE AND
S the Photograph Oallery. Cortrx 8tr.eL
PRICES REDUCED ABOUT 20 PER C'JTT
Prescott, Augtiit Ut, ie76.
C. F. CATE, Proprietor.
HAVIXO PUKCHASEO THIS POIHJLAR OLD
tand fiom Col. II. A. Uigrlow, and refitted it, will coa
tinue to keep it in
FIRST - CLASS STYLE,
BAR AID BILLIARD SALOON,
Montezuma Stroot, Corner Gurley,
Is the Lurscst and Bent Saloon
IN XOHTIIEASTEILV ARIZONA.
J. C. CRANE. PrpprVior.
D. HENDERSON & CO.,
Commission Stock Brokers,
313 Montgomery St, - - SanFrancisoo
ItaAfmrnt Nevada Block.
StbcVi Iiought. Sold and Carried on Margin, aad
Mniiev lianwl n ttotk. ie?1f
PRESCOTT MEAT MARKET,
NORTHEAST CORNER OP THE PLAZA
W?e now prepared to furtUh th. people ot Trtsevf
and Tiricity with excellent lleef, Mutton, etc., wboleul.
and retail, at fair, llring pri- .
C.T.ROGERS 4. CO.
Prccott.Jnly P. 1tfT;
FRED. WILLIAMS, Proprietor.
(On Door YTett of Baibford'. Start.)
Soppli. the "B-y." with that wbleb cheers, but d
cut 'Dtoxicale. Hrtt qaality of Cigar kept on band.
My CIrb-Rooia it .aid to b. the niot corafortabla plMe
latowa. Come and See. FRED. WILLIAMS.
Next door to the MrxzR Office, Preacott.
GOOD LAGER BEER,
Liquors and Cigars,
Always on band and for E&!e.
JOHN RAIBLE. Proprietee
ROAD STATION RECEIPTS,
PRINTED IN DUE FORM
FOR SALE AT MINER OFFICF.