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FRIDAY, JAN. I,1S77.
LSTTICK riEO.U CAMV VKKD1C
I-'imtoi: iliNJcu: A domestic ealnmitr of
a painful natun occurred here Yesterday.
A very far.iotto and highly intelligent cat,
belonging to an officer of this lcst. sud
denly and unexpectedly departed this life,
nt:40 p. m. caue, disease of the liraui.
It is nid the disease originated from ptt
tHvutton of the cerebral organs, those
nrjrnus in catnot lioinir pined ilh exnan
Mvcness. Tlic oiUccr and his worthy lady
had odaruted "the defunct feline. fc a ru
markaldc degree, of intelligence. It un
timely d.vcasc In., l?en a source of very
deep "atHIcticr. to them. They repine at thi
inscrutable decruei of Providence wh'u-a
suddenly remove aa animal of uch worth
:md intjl'igcice, and which yet prrnf.t to
cvist a worthiest !M of cars. in which cat
egory they had the bad judgement to in
etude -.pt. Party's famous and handsome
dos? "ilike.v One must, however, make due
aliowaaca for this swncvha: s-acndipiuui
cntwism of til? ways of Proridcnce. siace
t vir cat wao their only hope, playmate, and
A local pr?tieal genius attempted to re
duce the oise t iwtrY of the obituary
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twracter, imt aner proiincing uic iin
ia?; tine which by the way denote true
geuitt Ilia divine afilctn failed bint, and
he ive u: the ioV Tie confeed his
inability to d juMiee to the .vjlnoet ont of
hi inner m.-coi:.uec, ami aujouraeit to
Head's to try toe result of an c.cperimcjit in
the Iiyrroiic afflatus g iu.
'Ill ere is woo in the W mansiou;
Jljere are tears in the eyesof M :
Settled clooin on her elassie features
hi her heart there i deep dis ress;
Ked is iter Uouian nose, from weeping;
Witit prief her KtnteJy form i bowed.
Ashe relate '.lie mournful story
To a !?vnipathet:c crowd."
Gamp Verde, A. T.. Jan. 11, 14.
XUTTBll FItOil 5Ie1M.)irilT.l..
Caw MrlKtwKtx, A. T., ?
lanunrr S, 18T7. f
Korrou ilt.VKk: Since the departure of
our friend Claude, no items from this po.t
haw anpearetl iu your journal. I therefore
timbrace this opportunity of letting you
k-non- tliat Camp McDowell, i itxll in exist
ence. I'etwcen liorsj r.vinsr. ft racing, jurap
in and v:iriiu oilier jvistiuie. the holiday '
iastxl vr- pleasantly, and the boys enjoyed
:henis'lv-C hugely, although many indulged
futmewhat freely in egu-notr, turkey, etc
etc. At present everything is in ; ood run
ning order and the boys have all settled
down i await the arrival of the paymaster
who i exptvtixl in a few lays.
.Many improvement have recently been
inatle at thi ot umler the supervision of
tkc A. A. (. -M-. prominent among whic!
:re two ts of lautMtrcss qnartei, which
present a neat appearance, and are 1
lu'lieve the fiact in the Territory. Also an
adobe walk &in proces of construction
nnmnd the cavalry sables which will soon
'J argt practice U the order of tlic day at
prescMt here, and a g i.l dalof competition
i ?ng on between the two Companies I,
iStlt Cavalry ami C, th Infantry at this jhM
n to which is the lCNt shot. A. tenr.i con
MStiu of siv. member has Wi -lfvtcil
from each ompa:iy, and tltey u iil compete
tor a prizain a few dny.s particulars in my
next, lloreanon. " A. C.vanisE.
aiftaarK vtnrsrx items.
Mineral Pars. January 10, 1S7T.
litORy .Mixkii:-The Mineral Park mill
feMbeh mnoing for the pat ten days on
rich rc some of it paying as high as $1,89)
Mcr ton. There is now iied up at the mill
near on hundred tuns of ore for work and
the miil is promised plenty to keep it run
ning for montli to com?. " Silver bricks ar?
plenty, but greenbacks are scarce in this
Tfte HackVrry mill shut down aliout tea
lays junce ;md wiil r.ot tart again uatil a
".'urn act- i'.r roasting ores i built. Si akin 4
iut the mini- is still go::..; n .1.1 J rep rt h:i
il thit t'.ia uiu:e is riv;i.- i'.i.mi ever.
!t is now crtaa tlwt the ;lcaa C uupnr.y
:d Wailaivu M.nt-:a will erect a tlae te.i
tiamp null next ;nng. n is.puie cer
tiia th.it pot lew than two iargj nuib ili
lie bain in the Ocas L'.riet isne on iho
JfcCrackin aad one ou the San Francisco
Word cams from Gre?awood lat week
that more minors were wanted and more la
ltdrry wosfcl Hud steady employment ia
that rkiuity. This is evidence of better
Trains of immigrants sura parsing through
town nearly every day. they motly t)in.:
trorn Orcgo. Idalio and Nevada, twn drove
of cattle are driven by each train of immi
grants so they come to btay. Stme of the
imtnrao report not less than 10,030 head
ot Cattle laoaing this way. All stock cattle.
They seem' to be bound 'far San Franei.-c.)
nountain. Toato Basin and other localities.
Iu addition to this we hsar of large droves
f cattle and heep aatl horses fnm Califor
s already on tlie road Ixmnd for Arixoaa.
If tle dr-u.ght i.i C.ilitbraia contint e
w!:i bar taiv additions to our stock iote-r--i
In writing of the draught in Cdifor
3 . n triend of ours writes tliat unless the
ra: come-. 'n the- will Ik? no cattle to
h:vo f Ari. :i 1 or any '.her place, ail will
Uc leforc .-pririr- rhe-p. be writes, arcdy
inrr off by the thousand.
TiiBru?SMsm: Jocate44n Mohave County
iwurly tea thowsimd Mm of Mock catt!eand
ilv "'iA,TO(mjKr fix time as many ni ce,
hrtve n $eaee" law in Mohave Conntv.
T: Vk vthkk. Fr r.earl v three mouths
p: s eie Im- n't fallen any rain to moisten
tit - ound in Arizona; but in October we
bad -use fine showers that started tlie bunch
rrrr on the m.nir.t::!.:- and mesas. C'ali-
ii:ma iias aireadv sulfenNl much, and if
.:.. n weather doc?, not follow the ireseNt
sto 11. uwrc will be a teartul loss ot stock
all vrr California. During the dry season
t 'Hi and 'Go that prevailed all over
C ift)rMi. when many thoussnds of stock
in 1. in Arizona wa b!e&(x with tlie liest
" nitis: th- rain li.I not fall early in the
a i.itsr.;bet late in the Spring and Summer
it ifcary rain cwue. Jne tain set 111 as early
.June ','5th. and it rained nearly every tUv
fir tw monUiH. T1h Deserts along tlie
i olontdoaud Gila rivers were like a llower
1 :!. mid tlie hills and mountains werRcreen
with tine grass. So tlie eople of Arizona
have no reason to fear yet for at least
three month to come. At present, cattle,!
liorBsaHl ahsop new looked better in Ari-1
zoiuor nav other eoeatrv. !
Local I nteSHafen ce.
CnltlKtiter mut V.nt'n NVw Jlaiinuotli Store.
In accordance with our uual custom of
fftvinjr notice to any and every important in
dustry or enterprise, ami not hnving hereto
fore mcmioned the mercantile house of
Messrs. J. CfOldwater llro., excepting
briefly, now tliat Uteir wammoth establish
ment is fully stocked, aail in runninjf order,
e pjxjjiosa to gjire thejjt such an extended
notice as their house is doservcdlv entitled
la tbr Rr:-i place, since the removal of
the trcaa from tit? Plaza, we b.-hold at its
southeast corner a though ha.ig b.ca
constructed in a single night an elegant
ami substantially Iwili two-story brick
block, the erection of which was commenced
by Mr. James Howey in 1873. but which ,
has only recently been completed and fitted
up by its present occupant, at heavy ex
pense and now Wars tlie firm same on a
large and handsome sign.
The cartknter work was ncrfonnnd br
t . .
Messrs. t'amplell 3c Parkar, tite painting
graining aadglasdr.g by Valentine & Wlador,
ani the plastering by T. T. !ierce.
Tlie building itself would lw a credit to
any city; it is certainly the finest, in Arizo
na ani of which ProscoU is justly proud.
A torch, ten feet in width, extends along
the front and north iide.
Let us take a look at the interior of
the fctore. which b: catered through an
arched doorwav, and one is simnlv amuzeti
at the appearance which meets his view.
Tlie store is 69 by 30 feet in xizc, and the
ceiling u 16 feet high; the walla having a
hard finish, and the ceiling being painted
white, gives to tho whole such a light and
airy apjtcrancc that the four tins chandeliers
that are suspended from the ceiling seem to
have been placed th?rc merely for ornament.
There are three stylWi white counters,
with grained top, which produce a very
pleasing effect, one on each side and the
third in the center of the store:
The shelving is neatly and eiegantly fin
ished ia white, and surmounted by a broad
cornice, which is ornamented by a narrow
strip of gilt molding along its center.
Tlie office 12 by 10 feet is liKrat.d at
tlie left of tlie front entrance, and ii simply
a low platform, surrounded by a railing
of turned posts, resting on a panncled base
about 4 feet high, ami covered with a cor
nice ornamented by a narrow gilt molding,
similar to that upon the cornices of the
shelving, the open ruling affording an un
obstructed view of the entire store.
The furniture of Ure office consists of one
of itacneaie A: Urban' celebrated safes a
dssk of black walnut, over which i; placed
an elegant calendar clock and a table suj-
imrtinir tlw rmlil ait2 t-hMIt tatter in !-
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dup dtplayHl in Uir construction and
At the rear left hand corner of the store is
a stairway, of easy accai, to tlie room above,
which b well stored with merchandise, and
affords ample room for delaying carjicts,
Besides the show cases on the count?r,
there is a perpendicular case, with glass
front of novel construction, all of which a.'v
well fillel with fancy articles, jewelry, toilet
articles, jterfuuery, and fine Mcket cutlery.
There is also an upright -how case with
suuiag ooora, mieu wua laaiw si anu J(sopIl i.art N running his photo
c ! 4ra;'h lottery at a lively at theSaaerac
The gootl dUpltycd in that Uim; Ca?u- i -.-ioon. All tha: is nicoKry to win one lire
Hal departinent the ladies' are of such rrtou dollir,isto tayt1f:y cents for a chance
c'.cgiaee in pr.ttern, and lineup. of textv.n . vA then -.ie v liu a plilurc has the figures
and are arrange i with such decided tatc !' 5 or 10 hehind iu
a to rxeite our w:ir.n-.t admiration. J Mr. Si-wre, who owns one of the finest
At the rear eu.1 of the stare is a tiue a- ' -... t,. in xhU -ccti-m, arrived from his
sortraent of tin-mre. toilet setv erntkery, I cuu,t ra Kirkia;;! Creek, Saturday list,
s"- "" n i
frames, aad handsome bronze clock-, all
of modern tyk'. In fivnt of the upper
portion of the st.iirway js the rack contain
in wall paper and another containing oil
cloth. The center counter is piled full of cloth
ing, under which are boxes of boote aad
On Uic left side of the score are the canned
goods, stationary, cigars, tobaccos, groceries,
On the south idc of tho main building is
located a frame warehouse S4 br 30 feet.
rontainimr a very lare stock of flour, bacon,
iron, nails and other hardware, wagon ma
terial, paints, oil.-, gla, agricultural im
plements, miners' tools, suppKet. etc., etc.
The whole appearance of this store, and
the arraneeou'Jit of the g6d, are admira
ble, aad the stock lt.-!f i ona of tho beaut
selecteil, if not tlie largest in tha Territory,
and compriaca every article of merchandise
suitable for this market.
Messrs. J. Gold water & iiro from a lm.-!-
ness experience cxtendinjr for a neriocl of
over 1,7 years in Arizona, know what ktad
of goods is needed here, and their stock
bears evidence of th.v knowledge.
"With the senior members at the hclw, and
IorrUand Sam "oa deck,' and such a stock
of good as they display, we ircdict Uic
future financial success of this enterprising
Tlie ileath of Commodore Vanderbilt. aad
a knowwHlge of the fact that of his vast for
tune of from eighty to one hundred millions
of dollars, he diil not take a dollar with
him to the unknown shore to which his
spirit has gone, has rather discouraged the
owners of the Kit Carson, Silver Flake,
Agua l-ria and UU Xay. as they reflect
njKin what is to become of the proceeds of
these rich mines (when they (the owners),
like Vandcrbikl, shall be called upon to
"thufflc off this mortal oeil."
Sec notice of dissolution of Dndlev ami
Williams' Hotel btuiness. Mr. Dudley with
draws from the arm and Mr. Williams con
timies to ran tho house, which, by the way,
is one of of the liest in northern Arizona.
The Clamp Vonrta Variety Troupe.wlll give
ait entertainment, som time during tint
month, which will undoubtedly surpass
anything of the kind ever given by the troupe.
i laving soen the programme wo can recom
mend it an m good one.
A new road has been built by tlie Mormon
settlors on tho little Colorado, from tttelr
gcttlcment to Kt.tteorge, and rumor haaft
that soino three thousand Mormons will Join
those already living ou tlie Utile Colorado,
this inter or the coming Sfiring.
Weu-omk ViKiroa-U eaouucneod rain
ingthi-; morning about i o'clock, and up to
the present liuio it has continued to tain at
Interval., and Uu indication are Unit we
will now have rains in the valleys and foot
hills, whiUi In tho mountains, snow Aril! be
tho order of the day .
T. aanlln:er, I .:or of inntal Knnry, re
cently arrived itm ClifornU, left here tltls
afternoon for Wiekenbnrri, where ho will we
main a few day and proceed to Phenix,
l-'Jorenee and Ynrna; thence lek tc lre
eott, where t.. proposes to settle pernja
neatly iu tl-.e pra'iee'of his urofessintu "
SttoekiNo A v. George tUnttlu an
employe :,t the sawmill of Oeorgv W. Cur
iKWhi. Iwcd cut off ti-ith the rftfagte
aw tliis afternoon. He was iuuuediatoi
placed in Mr. Curtis express wagon and
driven with ail possible rptssd to Use office
of Dr. McCandlca, where be is now under
The train of Dennw & Murphy arrived
yesterday from I'Imvnix, and brought op a
large lot of .S'a!t Kivor flour, which was pur
ehaseo: by M. troldwnter.t Ihro. 2ir. lennii
reports larso enw of Imrley and wheat as
having Itccn eown this winter in the V;Utav,
and that tiic irriUiug canala are in ood re
pair, carrying plenty of vraicr ; therefore the
proniHvt for a large crop the coming season
Vtta.ix Kiv::n SAi.T.Jlr. Paltcraoo, of
M!ner.l Park, atriw! ht-rs last evening,
with somethittrf over ihrotons of roek-aalt,
from the Yinrln river la ottvheni Nevada,
v.-hieh he old II. P. Sontajrg, and he hi
tnrn disjioso;! of it to the Peek Mining Co.
I.r.is finzelle, who Inw Just arrived hero
from Rattle Mountain, Nevada, informs ua
tliat Col. Ike Jennings, of 8t. Thormvs i on.
hU way here with a large quantity of this an
porior natural salt.
The I'aymaster and hit clerk have gone to
Camp McDowell to ay the troops stationed
at tlut it. and after having paid off the
boys in blue will return to Camp Verde and
serve the troops there in the same way.
Money for (hat purpose will lie sent from
Tucson in charge of a Commissioned officer,
to meet the Pnynicatcr at McDowell
M fox Anna Kethro ha mdgned her post-
tion a teaebor of the WUliamson Valley
hool JMMl a Mr.iurdenbtrg haa beea em
ployed to take I he froition
Th? citizens of cidno Valley are moving In
the matter of eatabllahing a public sdiooL
A "ehool-hotwe will lt erected by nobserip
tkm, there not bi'ins sumeient public funds
doe the dbariet for that purpose.
The stage rob!ers, Altxtader and Berry,
left Plitt'mX yesterday, on their way to Yn
mn, under a strong guard and but little ap
preliea itiii u felt of their being rescued by
sin rc;K)iis ta .s aa ucettcni, Misep
fat, and say. iu- Is of the opinion that, after
.sheep liccome acclimated in the Territory,
no letter count. y ca ba fiuml for sheep.
Tii3 Miller Ii ad to Skull Tallcf ia now
j far completed r. . ta le passable for lijht
teaiu. aad i-- ,vl; n of bjl teamsters ami
other?, as good, far a naw road, anl a
aaviag of some 13 cilles in distance, over
On Saturday nfeht, between the hours of
twelve and one o'clock, the demons eont-
moneed ftritut in our Plaza, whilst another
pari v of hoodliunw eommeneetl a similar
tumult on the ina trees, fences, r:c, on tho
west rido of Uranite I'reek. We csH.vt oon
to bear of some one being arrss.Vl for shoot
In our streets.
Toe Prccott A:;i.;tour Miiutrclls Iwve an
adrcrticnteat iu tcduy'3 paper. They will
perform at Lake's Ilall on Thursday and
Saturday evening, Jan. 19th and $)Ui
The public of Preacottarc acquainted with
this troupe and know that whatever they put
upon the stag? will be strictiy first claxs aad
performed right tip to the hih?t stage of
cxccUencc. Qo and ast the boys play ; it's
Henry Wickenbnrg, Esq., dbooverer of
Uie Vulture mino and founder of the town
of WiekenbncK ami U prese-1'. t master,
came up by stage thin aftem.i -1. Few mon
liavc run more narrow risks of bein;; scalped
by the Airaehes than Henry Wickenbtira,
andkeitttbeirhairt.il. At tho tlmo of the
discovery of tlie Yuluiro it was unsafe oiiher
to travel or remain In camp, wit boot n larjjo
force for protection, and lieingaatiatied of tlto
value of hh, find, lie detennlnetl to stay by it
at all risks. Consoo,uontly he aloitod A pa
ehe taetJe, kejt eoniaiiUy on tho lookout
with riflo In haHd during the day and hid
hinir-elf away in the deep eanyons at nbtht,
until lie fou ml a man Mr. Moore, now of
Maricopa Walla, who was Mrilling for n alwro
tu tit is mine to share al the pertta incident
Geo. W. llano, proprietor of tlw Cienegn
Station, l.! miles this sido of Cnmp Vurfle,
has built himself a fine.dwelling, barns, sta
bles, corrals, etc., and is prepared to accom
modate tiwelers with meals for , themselves
and animals. Ills now the regular mail
station of theArixena and 2sow Jluxico iix
pre Co., headquarters for large herds of
siieep, cattle, etc., lielougiug to George, and
the only thing we would recommcml him
to add to his well regulated establishment,
is a ilrs. Il&ncu.
Wo are now prititiiut tho Mii;it on our
newjwess. It being aomething new in this
section, and none of tbe printers In the Mi
Nxn otnee bavingever worked or wen a press
of thti kind worked, we have failed to moke
a success in printing the two last tsattes, hav
ing had to loarn everything by degrees: but
we have now mt far learned all the different
part of the machine as to bo perfootly sat lu
lled the press ia a auoeeis and we will be able
hereafter to print oar neper in a crciltable
Tlie nJn, of which we made mention 0:1
Kn'urday cveainc, eonlinsi.1 far Into the
night when U c.'ia i l su v, y
lay morning tie itrj.u 1 i ei.ma
dopth of three or four h;ch, and still snow
ing. T!iU wa eonthmcd at iMtervaht
throusrboat the day- and evening. This
niornhjg, however, dawned brigltt ani dear,
and the Hy ha tieen rWhwed wt-h cloud
and sunshine, with the therntonHer ramr
ing In thene!gbborhood of 46 degrees above
C. T. Kiwicn A Co., the Prewcott meat
merchants, frovernmeat cotitractors at F.t
WhippK Cnip Verde, etc drove Into thir
slaughter hot- . l-day a fine Kind of Iwef
steer. T!w e ,!tq!.in' f?nn "f pureli-s-
ing 4cer a:;a tauttos i mr,,.; ;.t.muti .ir
which they arc paying liberal prices. Prun
a small concern, these gentlemen, by fair
dealing and closa attention to bu-ine.-s, lian
liccome the largest, by far, meat merchants in
Arlxoaa, supplying something over 1500 per
sons, daily, with meat, and of superior qual
ity. The accident to George Smith's hand.
which we mentioned at having been cut off
with the shjngic saw at Cnrtis' mill on Sat
urday, was aot quite so bad as represented.
The saw catered his hand between the wrist
joint and the second joint of the thumb
bone and crashing through the flesh, bones,
sinew and muscles to near the center of
Drs. JicCandleHs and Lincoln hare placed
the lones in their proper positions and
drc.ve I the wound with a view to saving tlie
entire hand mclndiqg the thumb, of which
we understand there is now quite a favora
liow came so much sulphur u the metal
bearing rocks.' is a question more easily
asked than answered, yet oue man lias a
much right to speculate on it as another.
The evidences that the sea once coiered
all metal bearing districts i too plain to re
quire argument, and die ascertained fact
that sci water contains not only sulphur,
but all other soluble minerals in solution
may lead to the conjecture that the presence
of the sea at the time of the formation of
the metal Waring rocks may have had sonu
toing to do with the curious combinations
of snlphnr, antimony, arsenic aad other min
erals with iron silver, lead, copper, etc.,
and tlie tact that they are so ettea found in
combination may go to strengthen the proof
that those minerals have a natural eifinitv
for each other, ami in the process of forma
tion are attracted by the law of amrtr.
0tf Ste Kaaers.
As many people are eomixu into die Ter
ritory, from Orrgoa, Hevda and Utah, with
!arg henl ofcattlp, hors and shevp, it
may bo of interest to ilixn and others to
know where they can find ranges for their
bonis. Having lived in Arizona fbr a mun-
lier of yeasa, and durinsr these vear we mwe
rioted every portion of the Territo
ry, Mt somo cOBJOderable atten
tion to the razinj resource, therefore
we speak from experience. All the country in
the vicinity of the San Francisco Mountain?
is arccc&nhlc uad well ad&pted for grazing
Again the eastern slope of the Maullon
rauyv, extsadmg from the Bill Williams
range, to the white mo on tains near Camp
ApacUv-. i well watered ami baa an abund
ance of bunch aad other nutritious grasses,
capable of supplying feed for thous
ands of stock, and ia espeeialrv adapted to
beep, horsw ami cattle. And now since
there is no danger from the Apaches, we
would advise Ihcso whn arc coming to onr
country, to look ta the east and saUffv
MAlLS.wmson Valley and Han'tf
viue mail matter, under tho new contract,
lays in the Post Officr, at this pjioe, from
Saturday until the next week 1'Vidnv the
is owing to a change in the time of staire
departure sktce it caun: under the control of
the new coatraetorB, and no fault of the
old contractor, whom we hare always found
ready and willing lo aocomotlate tito public
in every reasonable way. I'ndcr the pres
ent arragcincnt tnr wuer is publUlicd on
Friday cxning wbikst onr stages) leave on
the same day iu the morning, eoasequeiuly
110 M iters cas be sent on thi mtttc until
the following week. undorataud that
tho C. & A. Stage Co. liavebanraino-l with
tho new contractor to tuurry the mail) for a
specified time, ami wr hare saca the agcut
who expresses a willingness to cluuigc the
day of dejiartflrc from thus jilnce so that
the mail will leave ou Saturday, tliereby ac
oomodnting all ooncsmtal.
If meu despiMnl tho strengtli of American
women, s a woman's paicr averts then
why should a Marina Mrect man lake off
bis boote on tlie cold tddewxlk these frosty
night ami try to chmb in at hia elmtubar
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JAMES M. BAlttfEY,
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WM. B. HOOPER & CO
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WarW. Iworl nf. If 4atid . Rnra. ioks MriHK,
M Ml AflM i aad Jlscai3 fnMlura.
Tte Saie tf Ores mi U i!iy
Mr 4 Kxekugn
GOLD ft SILVER BTJLLIGK,
G!d Dutt, Juegal Tenders,
And Good Gommeroial Bills.
arscui oautas tvux sa attkxdkd
SAN FHAKGIECO BRANCH HOUSE,
With promptitude and IMelity
AU (Man aaa GtmrtUka i akaaM fee atUmMit (4i
JAKES X 3ARiET,
Ytimiii, JLiz Store.
Wwleaal an4 Ktall
X lu Gr I rS T1
Minn Street 3 Yiimn, Arizona
1U U Oorr a feU lime ot
PA TEXT MEDICINES,
UKUGS, PJCIlFCaiEKY. PAINTS,
- oils, 1
Toilet Soap, Tooth Brushes,
Aad M Otkac ArtMss UsssKv Xspt ia Drag Stsrts
C5s KrtaailHl i tmt m wHa rimt cart.
OoUr turn Um wsitrj aaUeitod. tu ta attmnmc
Y0MA. HEWS DEPOT.
STATI02fRT aa TJOOKS.
CVTLSai', FAXCY GOOiW,
CIGARS, Sc. a-fik.2ST3DI32S,
JCto., xC'".., Cti.
JAMES ABEGCi, - - Pruprictoi.
Main Sttcat. Vnaa. Altssaa.
3fSgmcy fat Um Auzoxa Hsxul
CHARLES T. HAYDSM.
Haydea Ferry, HarioopR County, A. T.,
- MUUI LN" -
EVERY VAIHETY OF MFJICHANDISS,
Propristor of the Eayden Slills.
flour of tlie Very Best (iuality
l'tm thasa Water 2flm alwayt oa aaaJ. A Ho,
Craold Barley for Food lor AiiimnJa.
lUv aa sjumI aad far tala s hug BBMMiat of
"IiTomc; Isliuto jBmooxi iml Jjiirtl.
PrIcat(is will Sad my
Bmzmm km m&m shops
a (piliait wlUi oatarial far japai"-'
C1URLBS T. HAYDKK.
MKZKICIAH BROOKP, Afa, Pmcutt, A. T. fotStf
On the "Weat Side of the Phisn,
Pi KICK IX, - - - AttlSGONA.
A Qaaentl Aasaitwu
DRY GOODS, GllOCERIS,
Uoots and SIioc, Elc.,"1
I'er Sate Cbmp.
Brusrs and IVIedicLi tcs
rrlraerd droirirt.M alwayi oa haatl t4t uronn.t
aad r "1 letrit!ta. K. IltV 1X1!.
H. V. CRAM,
N. B. Corner of the Plazj,
lis J mi HtMyei n Kr Suwk of
GB0CEKIES & PHOYLSIO01'
CotwOiirjr of - jj ,
Choice California F!ou--.'
Bacon, and Lard, riBk
Cnliibrnin OIiocse,L;B D
C A K N K 1) U V IT S A X I) 31 KAl"?
Ami owijr if iulag um aauior.-ai mi i.tioa. x
Ba rsealtrai rboet ot
Camh skjI Strafnctl IIoiicj-,
Dried Fetiches, Currant'
PJiuns, Applet, Etc., Etc.,
FHESH, CA5DISS AND KUTS'
Fnh Cali.twrh' Appl".
ati.'n-'-t'. t- ard Sh " u
iii c iui n c Dres
Pipes, Combs and Cut.r,
A Choice Stock of Ciptr, -Or
Finest Ilrands Smoking Chewing Tolisct T
I'rtrira nrad lfiiT7 Prfti:::cc Uoi!-V
a 11 si bold.
Xiawa4 Ki 'awn 1U wf atvr
ilhHCa im Y4IUKTV KTlMB.
PION IU 3 JZ
On hand and for Saie.
AYER'S, JAYA'JS'S, UKIbTOLVgQ
F A MILY M E D T C I If EsSed
A a full tomfaat af Uk Wit 2,
X'atont HVXe die i lies W- C
Kow in ilarkct Warranted fresh and Ge3iS
VAXCY TOILET ARTICLES.
Aad a full Mrt4y BatsL
DISPENSING MBDICI2?3S. . But
Physicians' PnrjcairnoNs carefullja' l
accurateh compounded. la
GEO. D. KSNlDAIi'-
Dr. Kendall's Offlee In rear of Drn Stts"
TH. LOISILLOff, St
, . . ittiMi
noomvi.v .vtkkkt, - - riuiscoTT.xw'iows
DEALER IS 1 R,t
Dry Goods and GiothirUJ
boots jixjd sscosaARRIAf
WINES, LIQUORS and ClGAHgj". '
Cheap for Casli.
Produce of tho couatry bought atbs.t
market rates. .'-sr
'JL. a v
' WILLIAHS0K VALLF.Y, A. T. . Ilorsc
Iligltcsl Price iJiiLd fur the Vu
duce of the Country-
PLAZA FESD AND SALE STAElfl ,
Goodwin &M Opposite
t-" v Rnn'
IMiKSCOTT, - - - ARIZO.T"
GIDSOrr BROOKE, rrcpiietor idiev and
. . r Youth
PI0NEEE KSWS SE?0. an
s. rrsirp-.ru. or 'rucsofjt all
I'KAUJt k 4,'coat,
M U ft A-ai a.ttkW -.-' s-w
STiTISKTSY CliTLEsTf." CISWiS IMS TCEACCO I'
V Agfzeyior'Ae Awsoxa MINER.
, ; Cheviot
STORE. . 1ST
Juatrtsrth. of ixclij & StepiiKrs'SttsJy'rijg
IE. STAKL KEV.V:
IMP0ETS & XAKTJPAGTlTBiJLMIl
Ad Kisth f ; Vnc
RJHSirurvE, LOUNGES, SEDDEf Pat.
Window Sliadcs. filirroi-s, I'ict
lYauuis, Etc., m liiuuiaud tilty, V
Mmte o Order. -iWILL PAP
r.itr.viniNc; vitoatrnA' ATT:NtKaJ-jjery
I hat opt-nwl n flrt-olftM Lodgtat; HettJC oa &C lvc Pcrff
Straat. optl'e Ofltaa ltutv. every stcar.
... Sli;o a comnlc:
We Pny t
GOTLIKU unntK lrS'i Pro
MAGNOLIA VTATBS. PJidKIDA V1soU-Jmb-
r ..... . i . i..aa susJSfrv
tif iht iiA&i wnirrh i isai nail r jr" . ja.
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