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The' Weekly Arizona Miner.
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"THE MINlliV Pieicott, Artxoiia.
llSmn tinlnr Jay'e Dally.
I From the Citizen of December 13th.
Hrotucr MMson give- toe Uaily Mixr.n
good wishes and complimentary notice, in an
editorial wuku indicates plainly to ail dum-
ne men in the Territory that it U for their
interest, to support local paper and printing
esiaoiuumcni-, anu wnno anointing tucrigui
of Arizona merchant to get their job-printing
owe in Dan rranciftco or omer piaces ai
cneaper ratert man tl cau U aono mtue tcr-
ritory, intimates, as the Miser, has often
done, that it is hardly cheaper in the long
An article on tho Ohiricabu or Cachise
Hcxerve, Rtatiy that it has become a rendez
vous tor the ttmgglcrx and renegade from all
the other rt&crvations and Indian tribes in
Ea-stcrn Arizona and Western New .Mexico;
that, according to the adniissivu of Agent
Jefferds himself, they come and go ut will,
raiding into Snnora and returning to the res-
ervation as a safe place of rcfugewd trading
The reserve is stated x about seventy miles
quatv, an area entirely too largo for any
agent to exefcito control over, and ten times
larger than is needed for Cachise's band alone,
arid no others luve any right there. The
public interest demands tost the reservation
bo aboIih.'d, or greatly reduced in size, o
that the I(XX) Apaches who belong to the
Cachue tribe my be placed under proper
supervision, witir sullcient Urnlory tor all
jut ir.I that the surplus may be I
thrown open to settlement to farmers and
The Ssnford and f lorencfl school district
have been temporarily consolidated. I
The promineut business men of Tucson arc
taking hold of mines in a right spirit, deter-
mined to prove, their value. 1
Soma oro sent to Sso Francisco U bo assay- I
d for copper, from the Margarita mine, sur- I
prised all the owners by yielding gGTC 1 6 in
silver, S12 50 tn gold and twenty -one per
cent, of copper, jr ton.
The U. S. Laud surveys bare been extended
over the han redro valley, by JJeputy-Jsur-1
Hon, Cole Bashford, Secretary of the Tcr-
ntory, has amveil noma at Tucon.
Santiago. Bcdondo who came from Sonora
after thirteen horses stolen frunt liim and
traced to the Cachise reservation, returned to
TfuTi with four of the borsc, which ba got
on the retervatiuu. He said that Agent Jef-1
fords treated bin) .kindly, but could not re-
cover more of the stock. I
N. II. Chimin, from the upper lila valley,
had ln:cn in Tucton to procure tools and sup-
plies. His family and two others are now in
the valley and they are anxious to have more
come in. Families settling In tho valley will
be supplied with water from Clactca's ditch,
at actual pro rata cost of the ditch, which, bo
claims, will carry water enough to irrigate
i.25,000 acrcr of rich valley land.
"iVfl bate to think it of tho prezant Con
But, iboy do My that '-a good be
giro ling make & bad ejwHng." This Congress
ha begun welL Its roembcra appear to favor
rem mebment in Uovernmont expemes. A
tcry gow tbifig. '.They know that the pub-
Vic do bt is increasing ond that men aro talk-1
log ol raising the taxes of the people, and
they want the country to understand that I
tbey will order rtci more taxes. Very well,
centfetmm. This, stand will win favor for
yoowlth tbe Granger, but, recollect ihat
tho atinciocst of Cmgress to tho War end
otter rlemrtmentn. will, in creat measure.
dcftro?' their usefuloeM to the cluntry.
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XouaVK ConsTv. Calrb Whito arrived
hero late iHureday night, with mall fnm
Wwna in Mohave county, Eastern Nevada,
Tbo ncwa U meagre., Wdlapai neople
were hopeful of having mills, fdrt)aces, etc.,
unniog In a short time. ,.....-
Wttrs from frlt, of date December lo,
fores as to believe that tho boya" of that
plscfl -and visitors from other places eele-
Irated tome event Ort tho night of tho 15th.
lators sW written wrong, do up, without
California pajrs are still talking about tbo
the lato Major Morrow, wondering what It
was that earned hit to commit Ktiictde. W e
io not. know, but liat0 heard Kild that un.
requited love was tho prime cauic.
It is a little singular tbUn short period,
two paymasters who went from Atimna to
Ran t'miwiarn nut an find totliAtr litmt there.
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.TL flrat f t iMft-was Malor Danu' tho last.
rw-ir lo-rlnl. intellectual MorTTJW.
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Vincent uoiyer Know you re ouif-oi iuck
and the FrecdmenVColIcBbiAndhowahoutl
thoo trial lo which tee Becrctary ,01
i "'"a.'-a - ' ' at w
U about to snbject you ?
How are you, General IJoward.7 BowUoar. State Printer' Springer "corralled"
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I'liRKNnnnfj Itcmj. Bryan's train arrived
on the 18th, with 70,000 pounds of barley
from Pbumix, for Hooper it Co.
Hazard's train got in on the l'Jtli, loaded
with woo), hides and pelts, and started back
with 08,000 pounds of Government freight.
Bryan's train will, on the arm at of the next
steamer, load with citizens1 freight for the
Oupt r. P. Barnard, A. A. Q. M., at Khr-
cnberg, received word that two Indians ha1
dcMirttd from tho Vcrdo and wero with Bry
an' train, and he tras requested to arrest
them and tend them back. When the train
arrived the Indiana were seen, but Cant It. had
no soldiers, and there was no legal official in
town to make the arrest, ao ho employed one
McNulty to take them, requesting him to
procure sufficient belli to do the Job well, but
McNultr thought ht was able to do It alone,
ar,,i to arrest them. The result was
lbat ootu imilLM escaped to the mountain.
Another account of the escano from arrest
b tbo i,,jun. lb.t ono mi,Urr 0fn.
cer ono non-commissioned offlccr and gov-
ernment guide McNuIty atU-mpted the ar-
re.,t. tbat they not them in custody, and
took them out of the corral where the train
was, and when they got into the street the
Indians broke away and ran, one up the street
and the other down. McN'ulty fired a pistol
shot at one without effect. The shot raised
quite a stir, and when it waa known that
wild Apaches were loose in town, our corres
pondent says a great excitement prevailed
among the native and Mexican population
for a short time, which subsided when it was
found that the Apaches were not In large
aD(j wero not attempting to take the
Tho San Ikrnsrdluo Ouardianuf a late date
sUtcs tbst Mwiw. WoltTA: Folk had settled
ud business and dissolved partnership. The
firm was one of the oldest in Southern Cull
foniia and, in years gone by, transacted a
great deal'of bu-M'cs.f in an honorablo man-
ner, with citizens of this Territory.
The Argus Utc that a pistol in the poeket
ot .Mr. J. 11. Morgan, weni ou anu wounueu
Y co by the Los Angeles Exprtf", of
late date, that the railroad from that city was
built eight miles in the direction of San Tier
Mr. Jarovs Grant, while in Prescott recent
ly, gave as his opinion that the people of San
Bernardino would vote o anbnidy to the rail
road company, to induce tbcta to extend tbeir
road from Spadra, the stated terminus, to
San Bernardino. This, we think, they might
do, as in case of being a railroad terminus,
San Bernardino would hate the whip hand
0I many a freight train and express wagon to
points in Arizona,
A letter to the 1'ioche Hccortl, Trom bt
inoraas, Nevada, accuses inuian .gcni u.
w . ingIls of that section, of buying up all
the grain in the neighborhood 18 months
ago, on ninety day time ; of preventing set
tiers from planting more by telling them he
was going to establish a reservation there,
and by dually paying them in bogns checks
payable in Salt Lake city. IngalU is also
(accused of trading Indian goods to Indians
for barley and then soiling the barley,
The people who have had dealings with
IngalU arc naturally indignant, and clamor
for justice, and protection against such trans-
actions on tho part of Government agent
The funeral of tho late Robert Morrow, re
ccntly U. S. Paymaster in Arizona, who com
rnittcd suicide in San Francisco, was held in
' that ritv December 4th. An escort of ten
men of the 4th Artillery, under Lieut. Smith
followed by a number of officers as pall bear
erB) and, Ocn. Schofield and tuff and tho
many itrmy and citizen friends of the de
ceased, ottended the remains to tho railroad
station, where Wells, Fargo & Co's express
took them in charge for transportation to
1vqoxv.Ul', leuncsscc, lor interment,
California papers in vommsnting upon the
I effects of the lato storm, stato that large
I numbers of cattle anu sheep dietl trout com
I and exposure, in various localities all over
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I tbo State, where lta was acurce. hvery
I rear thousands of cattle die thus lrom ex
1..Mtion ana 'starvation during the period
u-.-o-n ti10 commencement of the winter
nlM the growth of tho new graas. Hu
I manitv and economv urce atock owners to
I .m,. ..eiter .nd food for their herds
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! tk QA.xxy.The December number of
this ever welcome magazine Is on our table,
and It contains a largo amount of exceedingly
Interesting reading matter. ThoOalaxy is.at
tho head of Its clas, and certainly Is and de
'tacrtes to be, or.o of tho most popular publica-
I tlona in America.
Send St to Sheldon & Co- C17 Broadway,
t jiow York, and receive tho rnagazino for ono
j Wm. A. Richardson, ex-M. 0., Senator of
J Illinois and Governor of rcbraskir, has taken
editorial charge or tho yuincy nu.j Jicraiu.
Quite a take for so old a man,
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l,.n.ui n.-Ml.r Tn Ima lhan
I tfAJUtli UVWitUlW f H j a wvcwaa- aS -
varr . aergcanv om, to reuueo uo pneo ui mm
I . .itll I at.. 1 af f
1 oral lands to SL25 ptr acre, ought to pass.
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I'ltKSCOTT, AltlZONA, I'ltlllAY KVIffllNO, lK(JEMBlt 20,
(From MoLder'a Ualljr.)
Salt Eiver Valley.
caniiroiiiitMci or tub aimzoka mi.izi.J
Phxxix, Maricopa County, A. T.,
December l'Jtli, 1873.
There has been no more rain since my last,
and the roads are getting nice and dry, so
that teams begin to move again. The days
are pleasant and the nights are cool. On
Friday night last ft was very cold, and the
next morning there was ice as thick at win-
(low gltts. Such cold weather, so early in
the seaton, Is a rare occurrence, but, from the
telegraph reports, it appear that wo are not
alone in this respect, as tbo whole Pacific
slope has been visited with a spell ot severely
cold weather, which has been followed by
rain, just as it wag hero In Arizona.
Tho Daily Mini of the ICth was received
here lttt evcuing, containing San Francisco
news up to the ICth, at 10 O'clock p, in., and
London news of tho 11th. Heretofore, a
California paper was indispenible fjr the
lato now. Hereafter California papcM will
be ten days bebiud time. This is ou mag
nificent stride made by Arizona, thikiks to
thos'j who procured the appropriation and
put the line through.
W. L. Oiborn has been appointed msistant
superintendent of the Sunday echooL
A new dance house has betn started here.
There is to bo a ball at the house of B. W.
Kcllog, to flight.
Two homes and two lots, situated in a
central part of town, the property of J. J.
Hill, aro to bo rallied off to-morrow.
The Hon John Smith, of McDowell, has
instructed Judge Aliap to put a new lloor m
the school -houic, and to whitewash tbt
building and put up the necessary out-housen
and draw on him for the amount exiicndec;
This i very liberal on Mr Smith's part, par
ticularly as he has no children.
The school, which has been progrrssug
nicely under the management of Miss Kelle
Shaver, was dismissed yesterday, until tic
lirst Monday in January. Miss Shaver will
leave for Wickenburg to-day, to spend itt
J. W. Evans is here looking after the bti-
ness of James Grant in connection with the
The following persons have been in twn
during the week: I). Duppa, from Agua Ina;
U. Wickcuburg and A. II. Pceples and vife,
from Wickenburg; Mr Chapman, from an
Pranctco; J. Cochran, from Prescott, iad
Hon John Smith, from McDowell.
Geo. E. Mo jrrcy, A. lUrnetti ami T. Y .
Mcintosh left for McDowell this morning
J. T. IMmis has jutt come in from the
Verde, having made the trip by the new
J. A. Moore's fast, two-year-old filly it in
Monoban & Surrsr's corral, and will run
against any two-year-old filly in the Terri
tory, on two month notice.
lllirMEXT fob Tiin w:r.K.
C. Homo, 200.CO0 lb, of barley to Wm. B.
Hooper fc Co., Ebrenbcrg.
Wm. B. Hellings A; Co,,? 140,000 lbs. of
flour to Chiri'-abua and San Carlos.
J. Uo'.dwatcr & Bro., 35,000 lbs. of barley
and 5,000 lbs. flour to Ebrenbcrg. Boa.
A atrect railroad company has been organ
ized in Lo Angeles, with a capital stock of
114,000. Subscription l-ooks are open, and
the prospects ars that the road will be built.
Nrw Mexico. Wc see, by tho New 3Iex
ico paper?, that PedroSanchcs of Taosconnty
is President of the Council. Gregorio Otero
of Valencia county, is speaker of the Home.
Perfect harmony, it is said, prevailed.
(Frew TbarfcUy'a Dally
So, Mr Newton Booth, Governor of Cali
fornia, has gone back on his stump promi es
in tbe recent ramplgn. He promised, so it
is stated In his State, to fill the position of
Governor during the term for which he ws
elected, but, instead of doing this, bo fol
lowed cr-Gov M. S. Latham's example, went
a fishing for State Senators and Assembly
men, and is now, thanks (o such fish, elected
C. S. Senator from California for six long
years, by just three vote majority. This re
sult almost plc&sea us, In one sense, at least.
Booth Is cultured and capable much more
so than cither Mr Conmm or tMr Cole men
of his old party, who have represented Call
fomla in the National Senate. Ho is, too, a
"ftclf-mado" man, ono o tho great unglor
cd, a Granger, wo presume, and "all tbuUort
of tins g," and will not, we hope, follow the
example of his colleague in tho Senate, who
brought down many curses upon his head by
siding, as it were, with certain railroad mo
"Senator" Booth is now a sort of free
thinker in politics, and so cannot expect to
control the o tikes in his State, no long as
Senator Ssrgcnt remains a true blue Admin
A man named IX Franklin, who claimed to
hail from Arizona, took M a littlo spin around
town" in San Franciaco, got In bad company
early one morning In a drinking cellar, and
was robl)cd of a watch, ring, and over S100
in money, and was pictty roughly handled
beside. He waa not from the PrescottTielgli
borbood, and we should not pity him If he
Palmer's new hotel in Chicago is said to be
the 11 nest in tbo world. The building cott
about 2,000,000; the site , upon which It
stands is valued at $1,000,000, and the furni
ture will cost nearly $500,000.
(Krom Tulj i I)l!jr
Good Words for the Minor.
We have received the flnt nuoihcr of the Dally
Arizona Miwh, tue Imuo of wlilcu was coinmeiic.
td Monday, Decsmbcr 1. The Dally U well
printed, lit literal nllowauc) of food rendtn"
natter, and U one half I lie size of the Express.
Mo have olway numbered the Mimii ns amouK
oar very rx;l exchsnjes, nod extracted from It
luore ireeiy and satUUeioMly tbu from must
pihercotemporarU. Tlisl tue present prognx-iTe-vcDtarc
of Its laduitrluut man(;ement may
prove remunerative la our sluceic wlili.
The above is fnftn the Daily Express, of
' Angeles, California, which gooil paper
Lu alfo I'ivMii cireuliticn ta cur Kr.iw.in.w
ment concerning the publicationof our Daily,
for all of which it has our sincere thanks.
The Daily Times, of hanU Barbara, Cali
fornia, published our prospectus for a Daily,
and said :
Tlje Arizona Mlytu Intends startlne a dally. If
It piov an e;ood paper fit the Wccniy lldeservei
to l mott liberally patronized.
Our neigbbiirn-of San llernanllno, Califor
nia, speak of tho Daily Mi5r.it as follows:
We bave received everul copies of the Dally
Uleu, the Initial umauer of wlilcb tnsdeltsap
pesnuxe ou the ltl Inst. Consldc-lit that l'res
cott Is a ui:t place, and :be conatry aroond
aparccly settled, with poor mail ficllttlw, weagree
with oar friead ilixlou when he cbamctcrizc the
more a a "trc atieuipl." Tbe dally U a four
column Jvr, neatly priuted, spicy aud readable.
We wUb tbe coterprUIu;' pnblUuera abundant
iuccet and a loni; life to tbeir dally. (fJtzardlan,
W'e have received the Initial number of tbo
Dally Arizona Mieu. It Is a small but neat lit
tle aheet.aud full ol KOod spicy readlug matter as
tbe Weekly lias alwaya beeu. Its columns are
well filled with local advcrtUctnenls, showing the
spprecUtlou ol the public. We wl.b Hro. Marlou
tbe aucceu which hi entcrprl.-! andeuertry richly
merits. Arizona iLouiil support oue icood da'.iy
ps;er(aud we wUh the new tulcrptUe all auc-
(cesn. Argat, Dec 11th
MuUt'j graewt, tamru.
The Dally Arizona Mis'zr appeared December 1,
aa per announcement the material iiolnts of
which we copy luto tb Citizen. The rprr
acnti a ood aptwarsiice, aa all prlnlluif by thai
office doen; and whether tbe proprietor believe I
It or nut, we hop? tbry may be able to raaks tb
dally a ,ucce. We have no faltb hl Uirre I
Uiu a dally (aper. We don't tblak any wckty
haa t-ttrlcbrd It vtOMltlOrr. norare the vttnirtei
brk'bt that they will verroo: nor can It Uuaald
that the wn-klles are not crcdltaMd accordlojf lo
tbe riteuratUbee. Tbe Misuu. sod Citltcu luve
no tuperiortas weeklies on tbe Irontlera, nor can
any of tbe old tflsu- thaw two a mat and well
Oiled Jper. Arizona Citizen (Tcetoo) Dec. IS.
The Arizona Sentinel (Yuma, A. T.,) of
Dec 13, aya :
We have received a copy of tbe Daily Arizona
MlEl, ptjbllbed at 1'rcscutt, A. by John 1L
Marlon A: CO. The editor tpcaks of tbl cuter-
firbt as u4 b.-are attempt,"' and we tttnk It Is. It
a well printed and tlllrd with excellent matter,
both editorial and selected, and we wlab Its editor
and proprietors tbe most unbounded tuccctt.
Now ia jour time, people of Arizona, to come out
liberally aud help to in.Uln a Dally tn your
Tbe Dally Arizona JIinzi; U tbe name of a new
candidate in tbe Odd of Joarnallam, and I pub
lUhcd at Tr racott, Arlioua, by i!ri John 1L
Marlon .t Co. Couceruiit tbe iumtm of tbe
Weekly ArlzoaA MlRit,(jU.e publication of which
will not be discontinued,) there can be uo ques
tion rrardlnt; tbe future of Ha ttbprin;;. We
wbh il.urtc. Tue tir.l number has a apundld
di.iribulion of reading matter aud sdvcrtuemenla,
and telegraph new from ad parts of the world.
Lo Anelra Star, Doc. llth.
The Daily Arizona Mineu, a band.ome sheet.
full ol new aud life, and Hie beat sheet printed ta
that buie Territory, came to band yetxUy. lu
publiabers are John II Marion Jc Co. Jrlcaara.
Wlou aud Wtuvtrr barium aMcUtcd with tbciu
lulu publlcauuo, K. ri. l':uell and C r. iliub
clL 1 hia nukea a tinus team, and if they are
uit able to boott tbe Minek to tbe very lopiuotl
p'auele of turcr, by It i.u't a l-lt of ue for
aL)body elt to trylLoa Augc!c Herald, Do-
Our Mining Laws.
1 1 United Elates wlninp taws of May 10th,
1NM, bava tisturally mado a creat difference In
tbt melltod of loculon of clalrai, and tbe chance
tlita not pleae everybody. Tho clause which
gtrn 1,VJU feet In length on a vein to any one
mm, toj,-ctbcr with 300 ten of ground 01 een
alic of said vein, waa manlfeatly Inrted fbrtbe
rxuefll of poor miner. There Is cotmlderable
d)otA whether thla clanae baa worked a trie-
StUlly as It waa xptrd to do. It la perfectly
cerutn that It tend to retard tbe development of
tbe country to a creat extreL. In almotl all tbe
nrw districts, the Urn men who rome locate tbeir
claims and really hold tbs mineral land In raueb'e,
ao to steak. Thla puts the owncrablrt of tbe dis
trict Into a very lew barn!. The tracta are lrVM
fret loug pud vm feet wide, and It lakes very few
men to cuter a whole district.
Whenever a new dUtrlel la a truck, the nomadic
proapectore muUKOlheie Immediately, lo order
l eel tioaaeaalon of cronnd. The lint arrival.
locale all the ground, and leave til more for
other. By thla mears rueu are induced to travel
around from one ftlace lo another, more thin
ued to be thu case, alllioajh the custom always
haa been a Ixtd oue, Tbty do not want to wart
no to have a dlalrlct tirote Itaelf worth soma-
Jtblnc; the afmplttt aertlona of riebneaa are
enough to excite drovtw of miners. There are
hundreds ol men no ruiblui; to tbe tUn Juari
country In the dead of winter, sou to get ioa
session of all tho land they can, before the crowd
comes In the spring. Many of Ditto will, pata a
bard winter, and be disappointed In the end.
Of thu minors who locate a broad tract In a dis
trict, not one in a thoa.nd Is able to drrii( tbe
ground to any extant. Men will not protprci tbe
ground on either tide or a located ledge, and tbe
owners bavinr one vein and a title to the arvt. on
Mcli aldo are never lu a hurry to prospect outside
the dlacorcry claim. The whole tyafem, will,
without doubt, eventually lead to considerable
Tbe "tunnel site clanse" auo comes In for Its
shnre of abuae. It encourages whokiale grabbing
and retard development. Asthclawnowstandt,
when onu company locataa tunuet alto at tue bot
tom of a hill, they virtually take poaieualotiof the
hill aud all lis ledge. Miners will not pToTel
across the line ol a proposed IhouvI. and not one
tunnel 111 twenty la ever nuiaiied. ibev do dork
enouirh to cover the law, and tf any hanluss miner
strikes a lend tbey will push their hole ubead vf
litem and gobble his claim. Jhe miners know
what to ex pot I uil dod-o bills with tunnel loca
tions upon them. There U certainly fault In a law
which keeps the miners from projecting and
gives ao much power to one man or company of
men. tue cooipiainu are not cononco to any
particular dlalrlct, hut are wide spread ; tbetigwly
discovered districts tx-lnthe worst off. Monop
olies of all kinds are objectionable, hut when a few
men can Keep ten lime as many from equal rights,
and have tho lav on their aide at the ame time,
that law wants changing. Thu worat fcaturo la,
howeyer, thai the syatciu as si prcaenl puranui
dlacouragea prospecting and nurds mineral de
velopments. fiian Francisco Mining and Helen.
Tho owners of the Ploche Record rejoice in
tbe pOMrasion of a new engine from Hartford,
Conn., which runs things in the printing ol
flco to their entire satisfaction. Tbo Record
Is a good paper, enterprising and llvcly.kecp
ing up fully to the growth of tho country and'
consequently uetcrving or patronage and success,
-V. . , 717 . , "Ktii iparil U &o any
.nttiAiiml i.itmnif. In Arifnni In nniiki.lt m.1.1. t 1- i -
S7 A YEAR.
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Unlesa you wan't to find out that you can
Buy Goods at Iteducod Rates, of
DAVIS k RANDALL,
QrocerioB and Provisions.
jCLOTIUM; ANU IIAIIDWAIU:,
TOItAC'CO AM) C1UAIIU,
JruM and IVIeaioinoM;,
VJIOi.ICriVX.JC c-to IIKTVA.IZ.,
ru u !w v.parra to SHIP OlIES AND HVt.UOH,
and laaW librral atrat a IL awaa. autW
CHEAP for CASH,
NEEDED BY EVERYBODY
AT TUZfR HTOKE IX CCRBAT, WAf.LAFAI
MIXIKO DISTRICT. MOIIAVK COUMTT,
We keep on hand, a larrjo Aawtznent of
DRUGS AM) MCDICLVES.
Call and See TJa.
Wallapai Assay Office,
pf'-iCflrbflt MohaVfl Coiintv AriVnna
. vrua.,m.UUAVO VQUUVJ, &TIZOUO.
I Uf U lafrra tk alum al roHt la rratraJ Uiat I
7. T.-T ,rZi CTaI 7" ' .v ,Z"Tt
I bttia. I ta.a
tMaeei Price to Btil tbs Tiatt, Til i
Sl.fU Atura . It. GUJ aa4 Klfr ,. ,..
A.j . OOiuA Kltn ,. ,.5M
BiaxW Awayi t Cvnr S.O0
ftlarl Away, tar Covptt. OiJ4 a4 Iff. . . .tJJt
.lttf naukra a.Utl at J AMyrJ at 2 ytt erst, of rata.
rnx nit or will oUtt Ut lulWisa; nil .
Pulirtin ta . aad mix tWrniUy; Mad atMttwa
"" f rath MoijJ.i if mora lhaa ou unfit, auk
ZW aaaM ! pU:m tSforra. Knul!. (iiaa tr mora teaU.
&tr r-V- . -
Cnmp .Molmvc, Arizona.
Groceries. Provisions. Liquors.
A L MEItCII A DISK.
Caap Xakava. AfUaa. Jaacarr 7, 1K7X al
CHOP HOUSE & HAKEItY,
Wallapai Dlitrict, MohaTe County.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
BRIC-AX). 1IISS AND CAKES.
All b laxorlra of Ik anuus to be kail, rnrala rtnixa.
ir 4bt. I'rfrra awilrrau. nalOtaS
E. X. FISH & Co.
Xisn, Uat UMir a aVaiT mmn aaj wanbuuMi, at
Tucson and Florence,
la fits foaaty. Anaooa. ara alirara C1M with run liar.
T tMh awrfa aa am ltl la taa Trrrltury, and that Uwlr
aai uc iiu ivf raurbariaa; ai-l rrc-rltltg- tvuoa, aaaMa
Umb u anU txwr artM., t-ir la moear thaa aay ixiiw
Zna la huutliMwUra Ariioaa.
Ia aJlltbta to r(cU alar artSclta, Ur lan kaad
11 TIF. LUMBER A5I KHI.'fCiL.EM,
23 jVItLlC V and CO ilT-T.
Mr. rttk. at Turaoa, anil Vr Cvtllaa-Wboil at Ftarrse.
will bt plnttd la Merita calls tram .utli ahlarma at
Karthn-a A riavea, K.a Steaks aa4 CallJurDla,. aa aoay
rttlt, ut au UL 4aoa. aa2-73
LORD & WILLIAMS,
PoatoDace Block, cor. Congreu A MMa Sla
Hara eauust:y oa baad a
Full Assortment of Merchandise
Atial U tha waata of Artaoaaaa. Tbay alaa ar pra
aml W furnttk
r&nOHT, GRAIS, AID ALL 0T PE0DDCE,
DO A (1KXERAL llROKKUAOK UITSIXKSS,
Make Collectiona and BeU Excnange
ii aly faituf Dm world.
Parties t-nm Xonbere Aria&aa, vialCa( Tsaava, "III al
wat flat aar "latch atrlajf 6bU' apISlS '
r. . tout,
TULLY, OCHOA. & CO.,
We wnnlrl vary rfapeetrully fill Ii atlanttna ct lae
rstM or uie TrrrUJry to our large sad aor;iltte aaaort
ALL tCI.SDhi OF AIKnCIIANDISE,
Which ue ttH at lie lav tit CtA Print,
Wt lavlta all to ecamlce ovr Itock before aiaWoa; their
TUliLV. OCflOA. ic CO.
Tr t tt tn tj
JVo. IS South Montezuma St.,
, , (pn-Jlla paa Ilataa Kaataeraat.)
IleUir eoft&4tly laiaWpt af fmk arrivals, aoiUlr
gunii arv oa bna. 1 1 .
t'kcter.' rmnloce and DUuktUaff waatad la axchaaai
for K-oda. . . , .11
vail ana (eiuargaiiia, eif ur abaajr, fretcbMkl
ir ruU dual, at It. Mraehin'a oU ataa4, wbtra ye4 will
Sm the uaitrralfnad ot kit aaaUtasU ltAy taarraniiao
laH at all tlioea. R, C. KOOKKS.
Call and zt uarlri, elUirc for ahaar, arreeabaeka
PriKOtt, Jnaa7, 1873.
Business & rrofe.s3ionul Curtlu.
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOP.-AT-LAAV,"
Will prictlctlilt prvf.nKii lo all tt Court! of th T.rrllwj
ii. ii. CAtcrm- n. iicsErriit, jk.
H. H. 0AETTEE & SON,
Attorneys aud Counselors nt Lnr. ,
I'rctcnu, YarniMl C'OHHly, Arlaona.
Will UdJ u Vuls. la 1I tbo ciutU i,l tlx Ttrrlur t
. J. i IIARGUAVE,
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
ilor.tcium utrett, Prescott, Arizona.
ATTORNEY and COUNSKLOR-AT-LAW
JOII?f A. RUHH,
Attorney ii t Law,
Will ttrlctiy att.od ta all baala.M tnutJ ta kla, U Ui
MTral Cvurt. l ltorl is tL Trrtitcry,
Prompt stto atlta glrta to Qollsctiacx.
J. E. McCAFFRY.
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-LAW
Mitln (trcrl, Tueton, A, T,
J. V. WcCANDLESS,
umtf.sonu mar ol Flam, I'rt.eott.
HENEY W. PLEUEY,
PROBATE J Trues 33,
Justice of tbe Peace and Notary Public,
WX. A. HANOOGK,
Notary Publio and Conveyancer.
Ulantc Declaratory KlaUaacata,
Aall.r-J IlUikic-f all alexia. Kill tUtl awaipCy
IIumJx, Uaneojw Co. Ainea, Jaa. Vta, 1S72.
Attorney at L a. sv j
jro ' '
Phoenix, Maricopa County, A. T.
Oett., la Oi Drpct, oo tka Watt atdaof tk Tina.
A- E. DAVIH,
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR -AT.LAfY,
Hlaeral Pari, Vshsn Oessty, lrueaa,
Will atlawi to I.fal lnuiini la all Iba
Trrritury, nat cuDartlwaa, ate
J. L. FISHER,
Auctioneer and Commission
Salesroom, North Side of Plaza.
J. GOLDWATEE & BE0., !
Forwarding tad ComEiiuioa Merchaati,
Uaa oa kaad. at hia aw JKalooa, va ort alAa f llaja,
CAREFULLY SELECTED CZOAKS
L, AJtUE, X EV, CO.MPJLETi:
WACOM AND liACXSMITH SHOPS,
Qnrley Street, Fronting on Oranite.
All k!ae of BlaekanJtuIac Va(a-iaaaiBf asd r
ralrlar aoo Is gvot atyla by
lit FEED. O. EKECUT.
3D I AN A
BAR AMI BILLIARD SALOON,
Mcatesama Street, Comer Crurley.
LARGEST AXD II EST SALOON
"IX tiOHTHERIf ARIZONA.
daaldwtf A. L. XlOEXXEn, I-ratrlatar.
WORMIER t WERTHEIMElt
kclnal aad IUUll Dealers la
Ureti-laa, Fravlstaaa, Clot k lag. atowta ah
ala, Majaara, CreeL'erjr, HeiJ-rr,
Varaalag aw J lftnlog laapltaaaaita,
Eteetara. ' !
Southeast Comer of Plaza, PrescottT A T
rxixs in: t ran a. Tucorunxs Vcuxilax.
Pu reel la & Loisillon,
Hare sow M laa-f, at Uwlr ItKirc frroac. (Earetaa'a aid
aCaiuUv Uemjwla titraet. alt Ueua tf
GUOCKHIKS, PUO VISIONS,
Or.OXIIIJJ'G. BOOT3 Ac 8HOE9,
MIHINO TOOLS. LIQUORS. Ao,
VTiltkUiy forlacUf. fcbAaf .
HERBERT BOWERS, .
Past Trader, Fort Whipple, A. T.,
Uaa lcaUy reJaaIaU) VU aVwk tt
Grpctrit; jyoriiitn. Can JyUi CUuUyt
ToIauco, Cicart, rfft,
At MeMulleu'M Station,
8ltaat4 48 KUra Eut fxaat Uhrealer;, a tks SUfa
xaaa ta r&xalx. wicztabva; aad rraaoctt.
for waterine earh kana er am la la a larra team f
aaimaW aad apvardt, 23 etatt carrrrfT. For waterlaa;
eattle, Wl r.eu In letal teadera. :' '
JlyJUtr Kll. I1IL.UEKT, mprletor.
Tilton's Steam Washer,
JlTCK II. BROOKS, of fWjott. baa tka riskt lo asaa
afkeWe aa4 tan ILm taacblnaa, aad ba will bableawJ
la (iva lortker lalbratalloa eakreralbf ttiaea. Tka frk
f a aaacblaa km. will but UI1 braaart 4 $ Thla.
owlaa; to tbe ft that tb batluma of loota saw aada are
aa ( Useaa waakera cava ba aaaa at ttua atora a A. C.
ttstil, &rfitk Montaantsa Street. jly&O
CHARMiNQ DALE STATION,
Four Miles Eust of Cnmp Hualpai.
Ker.r ftlllof WATCK, ia abnadaaea. HAY
and flltAIS always ready for tmmttrra. JHL
H. O. RTKirJW. riofaisto. 1
T. A, Otrrza SXO Lanr. HnperloieiuIenU.
ELHIE PEE0V1AK BARK, WITH FSO
riSa toatde tt Iroo, at Kesdall'a Jng fltare.
CtlllK COD LIVKIl (III,
(At Dr. Ktsdall's Ple ir Drsf Blare.