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FRIDAY, DEC. 29, 1876.
Bernardo Freycs, the discoverer of the
rich placers, on Antelope If ill in this Coun
tv, scveal years a?o, and which was the
cause of the first great rush of miners to
this part of Arizona, is now located with
his family on the Little Colorado, where he
keeps a Station, and wc are informed by
those recently in from there, that he stil
remembers the people of this section with
great kindness, and frequently refuses to
receive a cent from those who stop with
liim, provided they belong to the old-timers
'Jio were here at the time he was taking
out hi thousands ier day. He belonged to
party of five who were encamped
lJKl at what is now called Weaver in 1863 when
5 cembef tne njjj wnerc almost by pure accident he
came upon the rich deposit of gold, lying
some of it, exposed to plain view on the
rocks, The excitement that it produced
throughout the coast and even beyond the
Rocky range is still remembered by thous
ands who were attracted to Arizona in con
sequence. After partially exhausting his
claim on the hill, Frcyes returned to Sonora
with a large amount of money, but was dis
satisfied with the slow-coach way of doing
business In his native land and returned to
the Little Colorado in this county where he
is well-fixed and takes special delight in
entertaining his old friends of early days in
SEEMS TO HUItT.
The President of the United States has
evinced a firm determination to see fair play.
as between Tildcn and Hayes, to prevent the
uprising of malcontents of either party
and sec to it thnt whichever shall be declar
ed to be legally elected by the properly and
legally constituted authorities shall be in
anguratcd at all hazards, whether it be Til-
den or Hayes or whomsoever the law shall
designate as the legally elected President.
Such precautious measures as the retiring
President has taken to accomplish these re
suits .and prevent a repetition of the bloody
scenes that followed the inauguration of
President Lincoln in 1861 will entitle him
to the lasting gratitude of the people of the
TJnitcd States, while it will inspire confi
dence in the perpetuity of our Government
in every nation of the earth. His letter of
Jlnstructions to Gen. Ruger breathes the prop
er spirit, and Iiis past conduct, both in mill
tary and civil life, leaves no room to doubt
that he means just what he says. "No
man," says he, "worthy of the office of Prcs
ident should bo willing to hold it if counted
't$f"pTaced there by fraud. Either party
r IT 1 I., in.r.nnlr.fn,! J, noH
If1!! The country cannot afford to have the result
0l' tainted by the suspicion of illegal or false
Hetitbked. S. 3L IVcsselle, the mining
expert and experienced Shelter, who went to
California a month, or more eince, returned
Vali Jai'iy mcrning by stage, JIr. "Wessells Mr.
Pre .Craigue, and others, have a very rich gold
nd Vine jn the vicinity of Antelope Ilill South
wa s i: Peenles Vidley which they have uamed
earl . jf. TirmnrT?i" Tlio von ?. kit fofir. wirln
Ld Mr. Craigue who met Mr Wessells ycr-
lerday at Yaquic Wilson's, assured him that
fee. ore now coming out win wort over a
hundred dollars per ton, taking the average
,oF the whefe width of the vein. Mr. Wcs
' sells has ordered a- mill built, at a SanFran
wsco foundry, which they intend to setup
near the mine, and in the mean time, pend
ing the coming of the mill, Messrs Wes
sells and Craigue -ivili devote themselves ns
fiidulously to the further development of the
mine anil piling up o.rc on the dumps ready
for reduction when ihe machinery comes.
Drkadfui, if Tbce. Our dispatches,
last Saturday, from New York, contain news
of the killing of Maj. Randall, belonging
with the Crook expedition, against the
Sioux. Major Randall will bo remembered
by the entire population of this Territory as
one of the bravest Indian fighters that ever
erved in this Department ne -was a gen
tleman in every sense of the word, and liked
by all who knew him. The rcporl of his
death, and the capture of his whole com
k mandis discredited by the Headquarters
r t Department at Chicago. We think it more
or Sals ian Pr0ae at tnc nVort " correct,
'. knowing, as we do, that Maj. Randall w.vs
icaness, anu not airaiu tu aiiacn. au army ul
Seeking! Safett. -Turkey has a much
more formidable navy than Russia. Its
preponderence is in iron-clads, against which
it is admitted, the wooden hulks of the lat
ter,, in the event of a conflict would stand
but little show.. For this reason, it is said
that the Russian Government has given or-
dMsiorthe removal of its fleet of war ves
sels to American waters in anticipation of a
war with Turkey,, which now seems highly
probable. Tile deceesed Sultan, in his pas
fiioa for erecti"ng palaces,.did not lose sight
of me importance of accumulating an efiee
tive navy. His vessels were mainly built
by the English, and arc nearly all first-class.
It is, however, not to be presumed that Rus
sia thus relinquishes, her rights upon the
ocean! The construction) shops of all the
ship-buildinjr nations are open to her, and
!b ayear or two, by liberal expenditures of
-money, she coma easily oe prepared xo cope
i seas viiui acr x utjosji nviu.
youag knows too Kach. We found
lo of toddlers tne other day, who
believe in Saata Class. What plcas-
for them lit Christmas!
t BU meets six women, six baby
basics eft a muddy cross-rod ic,
M: ratcKber that life tromd
The Press on the President's Xesssge.
The Press throughout the country, secular,
religious, political, neutral, scientific, etc.,
has pretty generally had its say on the Pres
ident's message and the general verdict of
all, not totally blinded by ignorence or pre
judice, is, that as a whole it is an honest, can
did and manly exhibition of the state of the
country and its relations with the rest of
of the world. The Republican Press, in
some instances, dissents from portions of the
President's reccomraendations and indulges
in fair and impartial criticism, but barring
some half dozen unfortunate mistakes in the
selection of appointees to office, the ad
ministration of Grant is recognized to have
been conducted with wisdom and great firm
ness, guided by a conscientious determina
tion to faithfully porform the sworn duties
of the office, and this his last message to
Congress, as a final summing up of his offi
cial acts, is justly rcgardad as an honest
exhibition of the sentiments that animate
him as he is about to retire from official life
and resume the roll of a private citizen of
the Great Republic, he has spent a majority
of his life in protecting and defending.
The Democratic papers on the other hand,
those of them whose opinions are worthy of
regard, while they find much to condemn,
arc nevertheless constrained to acknowledge
that the administration has not been so bad,
as in the excitement of the political contests
they would have had their readers believe,
and although the message is not so full on
certain pointe, and entirely silent on others
that are usually discussed in similar papers
it is nevertheless reasonably fair as far as it
goes, and compares very favorably with all
the .state papers that have eminatcd from the
White House since the Democracy surrcn.
dercrt the reins of government. The chief
fault urged by the Democratic press is its
brevity. A few of the smaller fry have at
tempted to slur it as being unworthy the
name of a State paper, but these have, gener
ally been of small consequence and conduc
ted by those who have no respect for the
Government or country of which Grant is
President and are chagrined because his ad
ministration has been so successful.
Love-letteu. The following lettorwas
picked up in front of Barnard's stable.
We publish it entire verbatum ad littra-
tum, and if "Cy" is still in the neighbor
hood he can call at this office and get his
Lodoe Creek, Hancock Co. Ind.
July 14, 187C.
Deare Cr: Yore letter frum lastmunth
i gut last nitc jim homescs boy albert brung
it up frum the p. o. nobody seen it yet and
they shant never see cny letters frum you cos
i hide them in that old maple log where wc
ustc to kiss and hug So much O Cy, 0 deare
it makes mp feel so bad cos you haint here
any mor joe Dunn that boy what ole Pete
hanson tuk out of the poor house is gettin
liansum and in 8 munths he will be 21 old.
you uste to say he wasint wuth shucks but
he is putty now as he can he when may
Day cum he gcv me a nice carings and when
we warked home that nitc we set on that
same old log for ours and he was reel good
tho he didint kiss me so much like you did
but he is a reel good yung man aud i like
him over So much and mother says i ortcr
get marrid and now i Want to kno when
yore cumming cos i cant watc much longer for
you joe dunn didint never say much aboutc
marring but you bet he will if i want him
too you say you expect to go at work for
mr noice in a sor mill for 30 dollars a munth
well thats considcrbel but joe Dunn showd
me 100 and forty dollars that he saved and
that is more than 30 dollars a munth any-
iow. is that 3Ir. noice any kin to old
Nancy noice that had a law skrnpc up
Squire Harpers aboutc that black pig.
0 deare mother is yelpin for me to go and
milk so i cant write enny more til tomorrcr
nitc O deare i wish shed shut her mouth
Well Cy hear i am agin the in old corn crib
wntin to you. after i milked last nite joe
dunn cum and took me to gogriphy schule
down to parsin Borers and after schule wus
out wc set down on the old log and sure as
jure Dorn joe uunn wanrcti me to run
away with him if i only' thot you wasint
coming i blceve idc do it and then Sarah
Watson says yure a scullywag enyhow and
younever will cum home no more cos you
ow cveryboddy and i bleevc if joe Dunn
asks me agin i will go but j-ou bet if joe
Dunn dont use me just so i will runaway
frum him too and go to you in Arizony if i
have to work on the stcambotc all the way
to prcscot frum one you luvc best.
Hannah G. Bell.
Runaway. The country came very near
lmg deprived of the usefulness of two
budding statesmen, on their way to make
their debut at the Capital, on Thursday
J. H. 3Iarion and Guilford Hathaway, two
members elect of the House of Representa
tives, while descending the Lynx Creek Hill,
six miles east of town, met with what prom
ised to be a serious accident but ilidnt.
Charley Toung was driving the team, four
spanking prays, when the brake gave way
and would .not check the wagon which ran
torwanl onto the wheeler's heels, at this they
became unmanageable and undertook to
out run their tormentor. The race was an
exciting one until they reached the foot of
the liill where a friendly trse interposed and
checked their mad career. No serious in
jury to men, beasta or wagon.
The old building formerly used at For
Whipple, for offices, prior to the erection of
Uhe magnificent new quarters they now oc
cupy, has boon renovated and is used as a
Chapel and Theatre. We understand that a
theatrical performance is soon to be given in
the new room fixed np for the purpose, which
will undoubtedly surpass, anything of the
kind ever given at the Post Stages having;
been erected, scenery painted, etc.
Wlnter-ke.nt armies. seasoned wine,
clouded meerschaum, a vase around which
the scunt of the roses still hamrs all these
have a rare. ripe, cvanescnt flavor that sug
trests. but cannot express, the charm of the
widow. A voun? widow is. perhaps, the
niostSnterestinir obiect in nature or in art.
She represents experience without its wruT
kles or its gray hairs. .She is grief with :
laushinjr eye--sorrow in a house of festiva
a silver moon in a sable cloud. She is too
sweet for anything! Like all good things,
she can only'bc created at a great sacrifice
Mrs. Brownmn- savs that a man must oe
pretty thorouirhlv spoiled before he can
leave a widow." This black swan this
mournful Phoenix rises only from the fun
eral urn that holds the ashes of a husband's
heart. Let us wipe away the briny tear and
proceed Fcrdite Pterules. foets, statesmen,
heroes and philosophers have each felt the
indefinable intluenceof widowhood, it laits
alike upon the just and the unjust. Edward
Plantagcnet married Elizabeth Gray, though
he knew she brought civil war for her dow
ry. Ned W alker. Joe Addison, bam.jonn
son, George Washington, Xapoleon Bona
parte. John Weslev. Tonv Wcller, IJeu
Disraelli and all the boys married widow?
Henry VIII was so fond of them that he
took two, and King David was so pleased
with Abigail, the widow of riauai, wnom
he took to wife, that he turned Bathsheba
into a widow on purpose to marry her
When Judith ceases her cogitations over the
late lamented Manasses of Bcthulia, puts off
her mourning and adorns herself in brave
attire to set out for the camp of Holofernes,
we feel instinctively that she will come back
with his heart, his crown or head, which
ever she eocs for. When the old widow
Naomi counsels the young widow Ruth
how to lay snares in the harvest fiels of Jicr
kinsmans, and spring her net on the thresh
ing floor, we know at once that some wcaltuy
bachelor Boaz might as well order the wed
ding garments. Allan Ramsay wrote a song
telling how to woo a widow. He might as
well left directions how to tret struck with
lightning. Chicago Tribune.
Possession Ok Deeds Not Necessary.
Magee's Ileal Estate Circular says: Many
porsons imagine that their deeds arc vitally
important parts of their title, even alter they
have been recorded. They think if they lost
their deeds, they would be losing their title.
In this they are of course altogether in error.
After a deed or other instrument affecting
title has been recorded, it is of comparatively
little value. The only thing that would
make it important would be the burn
ing of the Hall of Records, which calamity,
it will be remembered, overtook Chicago.
In this unlikely evcEt deeds would be valua
ble, but in no other. This opinion of the
value of title-papers came from England.
They have no Halls of Records there, conse
quently deeds have to be sacredly guarded
by the owner. There, indeed, the possession
of the deeds means possessions of the title.
It will be remembered that in the play of
,A New Way to Pay Old Debts," Sir Giles
Overreach by his secretary erasing the names
from his master's deed, thus depriving him
of title. Of course, where the system of re
cording deeds is in force, no injury could re
sult in such a case, for the copy ot the deed
on record would have shown the names of
the parties. In making loans in England,
the title is sometimes temporarily placed in
the hands of the lender, by giving him the
custody of the deeds which show the chain
of title. Here, such papers would be of no
value whatever as security. It is well to
take care of all papers having a bearing on
title, but, if they arc recorded, their value is
not great, unless in the event of the destruc
tion of the records by fire or vandalism.
Take the Paixs. Never think it too
much trouble to answer vour children's
questions. How often do we hear the tart
reply, 41I am sure I don't know, child pray
don't tease me when you see I'm busy!"
This is the surest way to stunt the growth
of vour child's mind. It is the most crue!
ruthless conduct possible, thus to deny
child the information which he craves, and
allow him to feel all the awkardness and
pain to which ignorance exposes him. R
ther hail with joy these indications of
growing inmd, make tne little inquirer
and give him as full and patient an elucida
tion as hejmay require.
He used to cramp his feet up in little
boots, and limn painfully to her residence
every Sunday evening. But the morning af
ter Ins marnasre he went to a shoemakers,
drew a chalk mark around his foot, am
about an inch from n on both sides and at
the heel and toe, and ordered the man to
make him a pair of boots after that pattern
Oh! there's sweet libertv, there's balmv,
boundless freedom in the marriage state, of
"which sore-heeled anci distorted bachelor
have no conception.
Robert Peel Johnston, a grandson of Sir
ltouert Peel, lives in Spnmncld, 111., and is
assistant in the othec ot Ser.retarv ot btate,
His mother, the daughter of the Prime
-ilmister, married Johnston the British
Navy, and, at his death, brought her son to
America. She died a few ye;vrs ago, at an
advanced age, leaving to her son many heir
looms ot tne tannly. jlr. Johnston is i
warden of the Episcopal Church at Spring
field, and he and his wife arc truly almoners
of the Lord. One-tenth of their income is
laid aside for church and chaitible pur
Lapland mothers are not in the habit of
staying at home with their babies. The Laps
arc very religious people and take lonir
journeys to hear their pastors. As soon as
tne lanuiy arnvcatthc little wooden church.
and the reindeer are secured, the father
shovels a snug little bed in the snow and
mother wraps the babv in skins and deitfwits
it therein. Then the" father piles the snow
around it, and the dog is set on guard while
the parents go decoruslv into church. Often
as many as thirty babies may be seen laid
away in the snow about a church.
E. A. Lonrr. of Marion. Alabama. i t-
hibiting a negro child, bora in Perry county,
five years of age without a drop'of white
blood in its veins whose bodv is one-hnlf
whitfc and the other half black. The white
portions are pure white as alabaster, and the
black parts as dark as the ace of spades.
One-half of his hah-and scaln arc nerfectlv
white. So says the Tuskaloosa Times-, hut
how the duece does it know anvthintr about
the curiosity's paternal ancestor.
"Biddy did vou, put an eee in the coffin
to settle it?" "Yes mum: I nnt in fW
They were so bad I had to use four of them,"
Thos. H. Head, on MUmfe street, West
of the Creek, has made pensive improve
ments to his residoncc bvujiding aa addi
tion, running partitions, cctc.
W.S. Head purchased lau-eek, at Camp
Verde, 150,000 pounds of n paying for
samo $3.50 per 100 lbs. Mr. nco and the
storekeeper above the Vcrdaurchased, re
spectively, 16,000 and 40,000 Vunds, at the
The now road down Copperiyon, near
Camp Vorde, has washed to sii "a degree
that it is quite dangerous for hea teams.
Mr. Thos. Cordis was tho recent of a
very fat turkey, which was sent L by his
old friend, Dan Marr, who superipnds C.
P. Head fc Co.'s largo herd of ca&attho
Verde. Tom 's a good fellow, ancWavs
in hick. Mr. Marr also sent to the ilS0 0f
Head & Co. a fine, fat goose, as a Clftmas
Jno. Ranger arrived yesterday from
fornia with supplies for Bones fc Spon
Mat. Wlch is in with a lot of gramma
which ho offers for sale. Gramma is
to corn or white sago.
C. W. Beach lias rented tho Foster house
adjoining Judgo Rusho's residenc, and h
family will bo in town to-day.
Steamer Newbcrn leaves
Mr. Joseph Cardar who has charge of C,
W. Beach's larsre herd of cattle is in town
and reports all quiet at his head quatcrs
IstrnovEMENTS. Joe Drew has about
completed his storehouse a few doors north
of this office. '
"Doc" Moellcr is putting an addition on
the store occupied by Mrs. Z. W. Kelly and
also putting np a new building ou Granite
Thco. Loisillon has just completed two
dwellings in our village and the sound of
the saw and hammer is heard all over the
Lieut. F. A. Whitney, from Fort Whipple
dropped in on us when we were busy, there
fore we did not get much time to quiz him
for items, but intend to return his visit and
find out what is going on at the prettiest
post in America.
Norman McCIoud came in yesterday from
Turkey Creek and reported mining opera
tions m that section looking up, several new
locations having been recently made. W.
o. tioiuer with a number ot men is at
work upon his claims.
The suit of Dan. Hatz vs M. Keller was
cancu in lusuce utis court this mormnc
and traustcrred to the Court of Justice Cart-
Judge Weber, who is under the treat
ment of Dr. Lincoln is rapidly improving
from his late accident and expects to leave
for Mohave next week.
Many parties who have valuable mining
ocations in dinerent parts ot our County
and have not done the necessary work to
lold them, are much exercised as the end
of tiic year approaches for fear that they
may be jumped. Good miners are in dc
maud at fiur prices. We heard Mr. Alex
ander making enquiries for a number to
ork on the Peck nunc.
From a private letter received from Cali-
orma we are informed that a number of
mining men who have been at work in
Bear Valley District, San Bernardino coun
ty, propose to visit this section of the Ter
ritory early in January for the purpose of
The large Lotterry ad. of II. Pettibone
is attractive and the Prizes offered all valu
able. Shall have more to say about it in
the future issues.
Sui'EmonWoKKMANsmr. Gidoon Brooke
of the Plaza Stables, this morning, called
our attention to the finest piece of carraigc
painting we have ever seen done outside ot
tho large cities. The job was executed by
Fred Valentine, who is as thoroughly mas
ter of the business of painting as it is possi
ble for anyone to attain to. Mr. Brooke
has had the front of his building painted.
mi;u iu-ii'ucicu, uil, uy uic same artist, and
now that he has proven himself fully com
petent to cope with that difficult branch of
the business, carriage painting, he will soon
have all his buggies and carnages over-hauled
and repainted. Brooke keeps a first-class
establishment and spares no pains or expense
to have everything strictly number one.
Shooting. About 1 o'clock this after
noon, a man named Hunt, wno was arrested
a few months ago for stealing a saddle, shot
Ruph Methford through the back of the
hand. The wound is a very painful one.
The affair was caused, we understand, by a
dispute at a faro game, at one of the saloons
in town. Sheriff" Bowers aud his deputies
went out after the would be murderer, who
escaped in the woods west of town, where
they caught and lodged him in jail.
The Senate has confirmed the following
nominations: niram Knowles, as Asso
ciate Justice of the Supreme Court of Mon
tana; Charles Rumlev, as Assaver of the
Mint of Helena, Montana; Henry W.
Dwight, Register of the Land Office at La
Grange, Oregon; M. M. Kaign, Register of
the Land Office at Santa Fc.
General Thomas Wilson, Chief Commis
sary of the Department of Arizona, ctc has
recently returned fiom making a complete
circuit ot the Territory. Having been on a
tour of inspection to the different Posts of
the Department. His estimate of the real
value of Arizona as a mining country and
desirable place of residence coincides with
that of almost every intelligent traveller
who has visited the Territory, vi: That if
Yavapai county were taksn away, it would
be but little sacrifice to give up thereat to
Reappointment. Our dispatches yester
day announced the reappointment of W. N.
Kelly, Register of the Land Office, at Pres-
cott, Arizona. This appointment meets the
approbation of the entire people of this
land district The land oflicers at this
Dlace, both Register and Receiver, have per
formed their duties faithfully, intelligently
and honestly and there can be no valid rea
son for a change, as, indeed, we have heard
none suggested. Mr. Kelly as Register and
George Lount as Receiver are the right mens
each in the right place, aud should be re
Dr. James C. McKee, who is to relieve Dr.
D. L. Magruder as Medical Director of this
Dcpartraont, will leave San iranciico to
morrow for this place and arrive in about a
week. On his arrival Dr. Magruder, who
has endeared himself to this entire commnn
ity, both in and out of the service, by his
many genial qualities of head and heart, will
leave for St. Louis, Missouri, where he lias
been ordered to report and to which point
his amiable family proceeded him some
months since. The departure of Mrs. Magru
der vas deeply regretted, and left quite
void in Prescott and Fort Whipple society,
and now the Dr's. absence will be equally
The mercantile establishment of Gold-
atcr Bros.' received yesterday, an addition
F sixty thousand pounds merchandise, for
eir new store on the south side of the
r.a, in tic new two-story brick building,
btltbyM Howcy. Wc learn that they
ha imt liHir rrnnda rtnwn to bed-rock
priA. and c making quite heavy sales to
stirfci whin "When time permits we in
tend go inmd see how the old gentle
il , . .
iliau IK arrhfrn1 lua ahri,ir rn cie nc rvn
know int he Wis at the head of his pro-
lessionyi tin one particular line. 3Ir
Morris Gldwafr,thc business manager and
corresponent oUhc house, has few equals
anu no su
RetuhnA Ni.VWds. Billy Miller and
party returnVj lastpight from the hunting
ground at Bfc WilW mountain, having
captured oncild tifcey with a five dollar
Special to tho Mlnar by ulMiliUrT tad W.U. Llnei.
imports up top. iL.To-dav.
New York, Dec. 22.W Herald pub
lishes a special dispa from Bo2eman
Montana, which states tlu painftll mor
is in circulation there, tlMnjor Randall,
of Gen. Crook's staff, an.,;s cntirc
have been massacrccd bwml:ans. m thft
Bir Horn Mountains. I
Chicago, Dec. 22.The nrtni mnM.
ere of Major Randall and py by Indians
is discredited at Department terje
If true, the news would A. pnm
soonest from Fort Fettcrman.X
uaiauu, Jllnir Stocks
continue to decline. The follow
g arc the
closinir prices: California,
41 .1,'; Ophir, 27; Yellow Jacket, W-Sav
ni. t..: 00. t 1.1 ..y'
uhKi "71 ' tJ., uupcnni iycroWn
Point, 0. Itjhioks like a panic. Vere
great excitement on the street.
knows whafcwill be the state of thcVuj.c"t
San Diego, Dec. 23. It has been i-rcd
between Vice President Ferry and Spfccr
Randall, that the former shall appointVur
Republicans and three Democrats, andhc
lattcr.shall appoint four Democrats and tlL
Republicans on the joint committee to cL
sidcr the question of counting the elccton
Tim Vnr..t.n- nr 41.. Cnn n
inm, was married in Washington, on the
20th, to Miss EfficE. Basset.
A dispatch from Fort Davis, received at
New Orleans, on the 20th, says the revolu
tionists have captured a 3fr. Miller, an
American banker, at Chiahuahua, and de
manded $8,000 as ransom. Col. Andrews,
with a force of infantry, cavalry and artil-
cry, has gone to his rescue. The rcvolu-
sts have threatened to shoot Miller if they
cannot hold him.
Greenbacks in San Francisco, yesterday,
Gen. P. Banning, the pioneer railroad
builder of southern California, and father off la
the town of Wilmington, is in town, on his I CHARLES
way to Tucson, Arizona. The Union of
this morning says of him : To Gen. Ban
ning, more than to any ten men in Los An
geles county, is due the growth and present
luuspcmy oi ine uity ot L,os Angeles
The following is a list of freiimt Tier thn
steamer Montana, which was burned, near
uuaymas, on tnc niht of the 14th inst.. ex
ccpt Government and Yuma frie ifht:
C A Brown, Tucson, 40 packages; N
F&Co, Florence, 87; JE M, Tucson, 8-
ir n -r-.i . . '
Jli -Terence, ia; L, &Y Tucson, 80-
diamond j, meson, 44; J'P Clum, Tucson,
3; A & R, Prescott, 214; ARC Prescott, 4;
B & R, Prescott, 79; C & A Stage Co. Pres.'
cott, 500 sacks barley;E J Phanix. 2.7 nt
Diamond E, Prescott, 93 ;E Sthal, Prescott'
3; Frank Vanness, Mineral Park, 1- H
White, Mineral Park, 3; H A & Co, Prcs
cott, 34; H Endy & Co. Preanntt 1 . tt tr
Cram, Prescott, 97; J Barry, Cerbat,' 154.
J. WT. G., Mojave, 13; J 31 C. EhrnnT, a
Diamond G, Parker, 85; JQ, McDowell'
63; P WS, Smith's mill, 224: Jflflir Tn?!.V
land, 33; J C Crane, Prescott, 60; J g'ttmi J
"Prinff O. T n n T j -
zrocow, Liu a uros, Ehrenbcm oqA j
M Goldwater.Pfescott 2; MI tCu
59;PB,ve, 15; Diamon(J 6 . j'
cottpxgsjTw Otis. W. t
H mok, Ehrenlwieo. ..i Z.H' uo; w
i tt ttt. m' n f Mills, Ehrcn-
Corntr Main if FirrtSu.,
304 Cahfonia strut,
JAMES k. BARNEY, '
Socceoer to the late &rm ot
M, B. HOOPER
Coo thaj th Bombm ts 3&d
ARIZONA ANVCAw pro-
r ",Mi dollars
Importer Jfc YV'aiir
SHI P"X 3V
Will eriy a fall prtsat itoc ot
r si - I
Boots, Shoes t
Hardware, Drn c
SADDLERY, & MINING MATERIAL!
Selected to exactly nit
Merchants, Ranchers, Statioi
Keepers, Freighters, and
Miners of Arizona
Solicit onleri for (fool, and insures tatiaartioo ; TO
WARDS freipht and merchandue to anr part of f
World, imarinc, if deired; Buys, or make ndxanq
on all Arizona and Mexican produce.
Tie Sale of Ores anfl Minerals aJSpeciallr
IBnyi and Exehangts J'
GOLD & SILVER BULLlf? i
uvju omst, xiegai xenuero,
n.l j vi j. r i tm i
IT- S. Treasury Dra
And Good Commercial
9TKCIAL ORtiEKS WILL UK ATTE5UKD HT V '
SAN FHAN CISCO BRANCH
With promptitude and fidelity,.
All Orders and Commission should be addrf.
Ffbruary 4. 187 Ynmiy,,
x uma, -Omar 8??0st,
DRUGGrl r.1)ud r
Street, Yuma, woou
PATE ST MEDICIXi
DRUGS, PEKFU3IEUY, PAlM'jlp- i
Toilet ttoap, Tooth Brushes,
Aad All Other Articles Usually Kept in Drug 8
-ief Prescriptions rnt m with rrrat core.
Order from tbt- cuuntrv solicited, with the assnran
mat prices, t ouna satufartorr
YUMA NEWS DEPOT.
TATIONERY and BOOKS,
CUTLERY, FANCY GOODS, f
JSto., IT.tc.. Ktc.
JillES ABEGG, - - Proprietor'.
Main Street. Tnnia, Arizona.
CABency fr the Akizo.va 31inf.il
"XALEB IX -
opretor of fte Hayd
Ilourol the VT Kest;
JromthesjTater Mill, Jway, 1
Craked IJjley for Peed J
JJare ODaiat! h t ......
SJ ' a large aaoont
ten will find mr
SfiD WAIOK sunt.
jjwita material forrefa
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