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WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PJRES'COTT; DECEMBER 2(U8T3L
Special Dispatches to tho Arizona Miner,
By Western Union and U. 8.
St. LouU, Dec. Ill Wednesday last, a.
farmer living near Cambridge, Mo., while
p turniiiR home from selling hog, was at
tacked bv tic mon, Vlllcd and rubbed of
S30O. A' ni'iitloman coming along shortly
afturwarln, found the tknil body and over
beard the murderers dividing the money.
Quietly gathering a few neighlor., they ur
rutindcd and caiitured three of the gang and
hanged ihcm to a tree. Men uro in pursuit of
tho other two.
Now Yoik. Dec. 19 Wright A; Tilling
bast, drv goods commission merchant.", noti
fied their creditors, to day, of their inability j
to meet maturing obligations. Their Mispen
ion was brought about by tho lo of credit
caused by the failure ot A. A, M. Sprague,
tho latter firm being pecial partners in the
firm of Wright ft TillinghaM.
KliJUibcth, N. J., Dec. 10. Herman, who
married Lucy Schleman in Hamburg, brought
her to thia'ciiimtry and tried to murder her,
was convicted, at llociou, of an aault, and
sentenced to ten years in tho State prUon
and fined f5.000.
Chicago, Dec. 19. A. J. Perto (colored),
convicted for the murder of his wife in this
city, September, 1871, was hanged yesterday.
(Iavann, Dec. 18. Hit U reported tbat the
Vircinius will bo taken to Mli'muton and
an investigation into her right to carry tho
American flag bo held.
Santiago de Cuba, Dec. 18 Via Havana,
Dec. 19. The surviving passengers and crew
of tho Virginius were delivered to-day, to
Commander Hraine, of the steamship Juniata.
lxmdon, Ucc. VJ WrecK or the Dane aui
tan is reported. Twenty Uvea lost.
Tho bombardment of Cartagena waa con
tinued all day. A terriblo magazine cxplo-
aion occurred within the insurgent linen
Qcn Dnmincue offers pardon to all who will
surrender. The insurgents aro still ablo to
obtain provisions, but their communication
Toronto, Dec. IS. William Hamilton &
Bon, proprietors of the Lawrence foundry,
have failed. Liabilities S20O.0O0.
Boston, Dec. If. Tho funeral of Professor
Agasui took place to-dar,at Applcton Ohapol,
Harvard University. The chapel was pro
fusely decorated with funeral emblems and
flowers by tho students. The services were
extremely simple. Among .those prestmt
were Vice-President Wilson. Gov Waahburnc,
ex-Gov Clathn, Oliver Wendell Holmes,
Ralph Waldo Emerson and E. Iked. The
church bells of Boston and Cambridge wero
tolled and tho flags hung at half roast dur
ing the funeral.
Richmond, Dec. 18 The annual meeting
of the Chespeako and Ohio railroad company
was held to-day. Old Directors reelected.
Haleigh, Dec. 18. Ex-Congressman N. Ed
wards tied to-day. Aged SO years.
Key West, Dec 19. Tho Virginius left
Tortugis last night in tow of U. S. steamer
Washington, Dec. 19. Secretary Delano
has issued a circular warning Tcrritor'al offi
cers that unauthorized absence from their
posts will bo considered by the Department
u equivalent to resignation of their positions.
The nomination of J. T. Stratton as Surveyor-General
of California, tico Ilarden
berg, is confirmed.
Sacramento, Dec. 19. Another fruitless
vote was taken in joint as-cmlby to-day.
Vote stood: Booth, 58; Farloy, 39; Shaf
ter,'20. Governor Booth offered a reward of five
hundred dollars for tho apprehension of the
persons who murdered Mr. A- Abadie in San
Bernardino county on the lGtb inst.
San Francisco, Dec. 19. Capt. Edward
Iliggings assumed duty as agent ot the Pa
cific mail company in this city, and published
his card to the. employes stating reasons for
cutting down salaries, and calling on tbcm
to bo courteous and affable to all having
busincM with the company.
Gold in New York. Ill !'.
Greenbacks in San Francisco, 90 and 91.
'!,:,. n oa ti... r. i
vuikiis. ssuv. v. ahu uuci'VlTatl RIJUC
ial dispatches from Washingtim say that if
the rresiucut does not withdraw William's
name from tho Chief
JustiQCalilp thu Senate
will refuse to confirm him
Washington, Dec. 20. The
ilego has been restored, and
received with favor, generally,
the change is
Tho Senate and Houso of Representatives
have adjournod until January 5th.
Havana, Dec. 20. Six hundred Spanish
cavalry fell into the ambuncado of a Cuban
commander, and two hundred of them were
killed and three hundred-taken prisoners.
The captured officers wero sent to the Span
Sacramento, Dec. 20. In joint session of
tue Legislature, to-day, tiov. JJooth was
elected to U. S. Senate, for the long term, by
three majority. A ballot was taken to fill
Casserly's unexpired term, but did not result
in an election.
In the Senate,- to-day, Oulton introduced
a concurrent resolution relative to the restor
ation of lands reserved for tho Atlantic and
Pacific railroad, In tho southern counties of
tho state, rlio resolution was referred to
the committee on corporations
To day is thu first really clear day since
San Francisco, Dec. 20. Tho U. S. steamer
I usctrora has sailed for San Diego, and will
sound tho ocean to the Jjanuwicu islands and
thence to Japan, for tho Paciflo cable.
Washington, Dec. 20 Tho Senate has con-
llrmeu the roi.'owing appointments : Walter
an Dyke, U. b. District Attorney for Cali
fornia j Edward Marcelius, U. 8. Marshal for
California: Win T. Wheeler, Marshal for
Montana ; Orlando Allen, Postmaster, Pres
a majorny oi me nenaiora are now known
to bo unfavorable to the confirmation of Wil
liams as Chief Justice.
New York, Dec. 20 Henry W. Genet, tried
for fraud mat practices in building tho Har
lem court-house was found guilty.
It is stated. .authoritatively, that the trans
fer of tho Pacifia and Atlantic Telegraph to
tho Western Union Company was completed
yesterday. By tho terms of tho lease, tho
tV. U. Co., which owns three-quarters of tho
stock, is fo pay four per rent per annum on
tho wholo capital of $52,000,000.
Portsmouth, Dec. 20. Two freight trains
on the Eastern railroad collided at Kennebec
last night. Conductor, brakemen, and firemen
killed. Several others wero injured. Tho
trains were badly wrecked.
Uoiton, Dec. 19 Extra work been stop,
ped at the Charlcstown Navy Yard.
London, Dec. 0. Ono half of the supply
of food in Bengal is exhausted, and it is bo
icved that famine cannot be averted.
Penang, Dec. 20. Dutch troops in Acheen
it powcuion of all thu country on thu left
bank of tho Holme river. . '
Matamoras, Dec. 19. Cortiruw was elected
mayor at a recent election, and trouble is an
icipated in consequence His friendi are
oming into the city to help him Into office.
New York, Dec 2i Polisli exile propose
to erect a statuo to Kosciusko in Central
London dispatches say that the ship Amer
ica from Liverpool for Now York, foundered
off tho banks of Newfoundland. Captain
and three men drowned. The remainder of
thu crew took boats and were out six days
before they vere picked up, and landed at
Dartmouth, Dec. 'JO.
Washington, Dec, 21. It in known in olll
rial circles that the Spuiii.li Government has
proven that thu Vhginiu had no light to
carry the American flag, consequently tho
ccreuiJiiy of aluting our flag December 25tb,
will be dispensed with.
It is reported that Great Britain will de
maud punishment of Jiurricl the Cuban
A malority of the U. S. Senate are opposed
to the total repeal of the bankrupt act, but
favor amcnuiuvnts to inuke tuo law moro
clleclivc and not so opprisaive.
Heads of Department- commenco next
week receiving cituuatte of Government ex
pcuditures for fiscal year. Apportionments
for work on fortifications, improvements on
rivets and harbors will bo extensively cut
Providence, Dec 21. Spraguo's Manufac
turing Uomtmny has secured its creditors
The mills will be run again on full time.
New lork. Dec 2i. lhe cpanish oucs
tion is amicably settled, which lu strength
ened the gold market, speculators seem tin
posed to pauee until they see what COugreta
menus to uo on taxation auu currency que
tioti. Government will ieu lorty-lou
millions of greenbacks. Money easy. Ex
chance firm. General trade movements slow.
Hio coflee cent and a half higher, sugar and
molasea firm. Quicksilver steady. California
hides linn, tea tend upward, wool demands
falling off. manufacturer busy taking stock
Boston market for wool in good demand still
Washington, Dec. 22. It is decided that
the Virginius had forfeited her right to carry
the American Uag at the time of her capture.
It is rumored that Spain will demand tho
return of the Vilnius.
llakersfield, CL Dec 22. Jesus Blanco,
ringleader of tho atrocious Mission G:tiu
Massacre in Arizona, two years ago, has been
ban Irancisco, I)ec22. Weather unsettled.
Holiday shopping brisk to the exclusion of
Gold in Now York 110J 110J.
Greenbacks in San Francisco 91 and 92.
London, Dec 22. The expedition to Ash
anteo baa como to a stand still, awaiting re
inforcements. London, Dec. 22. Four thousand beseigers
wilt assault Cartagena next week.
A ferry-boat capsized on the Thamea to
day. Thirteen person wero drowned.
Berlin, Dec. 31. The Emperor William
had a slight attack of appoplexy. Efforts are
being made to conceal his real condition.
Matamoras, Dec 21. A riot occurred here
to-duy, between partisans of Juan Canales and
Cortiuus, the rival candidates for mayor.
Eight Cortinas men were badly wounded.
The federal troops hold the plaza.
San Francisco, Dec. 22. Henry Miller a
prisoner in city prison is sick with small pox.
The disease is increasing here.
On Christmas, Joe Daniels and Nell Flaherty
will run a dash of one mile and a half at Ocean
View Park, for u pursu of S2000.
In Sacramento to-day the vote for Senator
(short terra), stood : liogan42; Shafter 20;
Cole 10; HaightlO; Downey 5; Belcher 0;
Lewis 3 ; No choice.
Ilaight positively declined to be a candi
date. Joint-resolutions havo been adopted re
queting Congress to stop the Coolie'emigra
tion. Territorial Dispatches.
Tucson, Dec. 22 Gov Safford, accom
panied by tho school trustees, visited tho
public school on Wednesday last. They wero
so highly pleased with the progress and man
agement, that they had no suggestions to
Board of Supervisors adjourned to meet on
tho 24th inst.
Weather cloudy and cold.
Yuma, Arizona., Dec. 23. The weather is
cloudy and cold with some rain yesterday and
last night, but clear to-day.
Colonel Joiie.! Inspcctor-Goneral, left on
stage for San Diego, to return to San Fran
cisco, Friday last.
The feast was concluded Sunday night.
Steamer Montana arrived at Port Isabel on
Tho steamer from tho mouth of the river
arrived this morning..
Oh Sunday night tbo M th, Thomas Hughes,
a well known Arizonan, was married to
Senoritu Donctila Santoyo. -
Tho Secretary of the Interior, to whoie
charge is confided tho wclfaro of the " noble
red man," has made his annual report. The
Secretary "gushes" in tho usual way over
tho "untutored child of tho forest," and In
comes touchingly clTuivo in his praisoof tho
policy of tho administration toward the In
dian a policy which ho speaks of as " hu
mane." Humane! There rtro a thousand
graves in Arizona which bear silent witness
to tho " humanity" of that poliry. Let us
be thankful that the President had sense
enough to abandon his policy in timo to pre
vent tho utter dcgolation of the American
frontieron the southwest. Ssn Diego Union.
Delano, tho Secretary of the Interior, has
made n recommendation which, for tho pure
sweetness of Christian charity, i one of the
moft saccharine and angelic things lately
perpetrated. Ho suggests that, as all tho
tribes of Indians about tho Sioux aro hostile,
to them, if wo will only furnish those tribes
with imnroved rilles and plenty of ammuni
tion, and some good reliable eclping-knlvesf
fhe effect will soon bo to mitignto tho neces?
hity for any peace negotiations with the Sioux.
On general principles we havo no fault to find
with his policy, but it seems a somewhat vig
orous one for us pious nn old soul as Delano.
Ian Francisco Ohroniclo.
PIONEER DRUG STOKE.
On hand and for Sale:
AY KU'S, JAYIVK'S, 11HISTOIVS,
IIUI.1VM AND IIAMN
And a full auortmrnt nf the til I'Atcnt SItillrlnra
sow In the market warranted fteth and gennla.
Fanq Toiltt ArtleUt, Soapt ami J'erumtry,
And full iurjiljr oi DuriNnDiO Msuicixu.
rityalclaua' lrci-!pl ton earelullj-anil'accar
ateljr Compounded. OKO. I). KENDALL.
CirIla. JCKXruu.' Offle In rear of Drnf Htore.
V---SIAU.lI.lA WATKlt. IM.flllH
lyCSe Water ar.d the Uit Wrlshl' Colorrne. Freth
kt.d Oenuioe, kt UK. KtiNUALL'o Piost Druy (jtoia
Adjutant Genkiuih Okkicb,
Washington, October 10, 1873.
tentral Urtltrs !fo. 102.
Tho President of the United States com
mands it to bu made known that all soldiers
who have deserted their colors, ami who
hall, on or before the first day of January,
lt74, surrender themselves at any military
tation, diall receive a full pardon, only for
feiting the nay and allowances duo them at
the time of desertion ; and shall be restored
to duty without trial or puni-hment on con
dition that they faithfully aer through thu
term of their enlistment.
By order of the Secretary of v ar.
K. U. TOWNSKND, AIIJ'l UCn.
MAIN STREET, LOS ANOELE3.
This Fine and ComodiouB Hotel,
FOKMKRi.T KNOWN AS THE "llf.U.A UNION.'
hu been enlarged, r0tt., jntnted, tod refurnished In the
RICHEST STYLE THUOIGUOIT.
1TH KI.KOANT Rt'lTH OP ROOMS and ample c
mminodatlons offer special advantages to local at well as'
to Koatern visitors.
The Table ii not to be Surpassed
Oat of Pan Francisco, an J Is constantly snpplled with the
choicest delicacies. Nolhlnr will b l-ft andnnf to ren
der the hue reflet wltb all the lururlei, fonTeoleocee
and appliance tit
A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL.
The Wentera Union Telegraph OfEcee eommnnlcate
with the reading room.
The Hotel Carriacea are foniUnllr at the dlipcal or
Kue.ta. J. M. STAPLES A CO.
W. L. UsnCK. Manfer. noel.Mf
BEST AM) CHEAPEST
Freight and Passenger Route.
San Francisco, Cal.,
OUAYMAS. LA PAZ, MAZATLAN,
And Other Mexican Port..
THE C0L0BADO STEAM NAVIQA.
tlm (iomrwny'a ercellent 8teannVilie
KEWBEBN and M0NTAKA leaee San
Fmnriu-u eeerr twentr dara lor Mexican
Franriecu eeery twenty daya lor Mexican
Krti and mouth or Colorado rleer, omnecimg- wnn nier
Li. Frelarhl landed at Yuma In twelte (12) dayi from
orti and mouth of Colorado rleer, omnectfn with rirer
Agenciee of the Company at 610 Front Street, San
FiascUee, California, Yuma and Hlrenberr. Ariioua.
I. l'tji.tt amu.i. J n.,
angStfi General Huperintendeat.
Passage at Reduced Rates.
Yuma to San Francisco,
Per C. S. N. Co's Steamers :
Cabin 40 Cola
Steerage, 25 "
Xr Accommodations First Class, ft
I. rOLHAMl'S. Jtt.,
nOTetf Oeneral Sapetlil'ndenL
Yuma Drug Store.
Wholeuvle and UeUll
Main Street, Yuma, Arizona
Hal In iter, a fall line of
Dispensing Medicines, Patent Medicines
Drugs, Perfumery, Paints, Oils, Toilst
And all other article! tuually kept in Dnif 8toree
tyPreacription put np with frreat care,
Order from the country tollcited. with tie aworuaee
that prices, io , will 1m found tatUfitcUiry.
Yuma, Arizona. decTCltl
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(Now In the Tenth Year of Its existence,)
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paper printed and published In the
Territory of Arizona,
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dlnr to It tuefulneea, ru the
Organ of tho Whito People of Arizona,
And the einent of Truth, Justice and Sound Morality,
will be left undone.
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workinr? and thinklnn- people of the Territory, for a coa
tlnunnce .f that ilt't'.rt which, In lb tmst, hat enabled
us to publish a rredlubte, free and independent Journal,
not trammelled bv tide or tbat political scheuvr. ntHre-
seeker, or etllre-hofder, we shall labor, faithfully, to keep
the Ml.tEK In Its old place, at the bead or IU cuntempora.
Although the paper is considerably Increased In six,
the subscription rules remain a wire, tnai Ml
One Year, $7 OO, Cnrrenoy.
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Three Montlis 2 50 "
AGKi'T8 FOIl THE MIISKH.
San FraiuiicoJ.. I. Fisher, Itoerai 30 A. 31 Mar
chant's llldianxe, California street.
Thus, ltoyce, So. 30, (swond floor), MereLant's T.z
C. H. Katoa, Music Dealer, Montgomery street.
AriioM City Sehnleder, Oreiraon, A Co.
J.hr'tnltrg Hooper, Win. II, it Co., and A. Trunk,
WicltnlarjK. II. I'eetiles.
arryn7f Jus. I". Hull.
Wallapai Mfninj DUlricl Cory t Potts, Cerbat.
l'hantiV., Irvine Ic Co.
Katt I'hctniiW. II. IIHMnrs II Co.
t'lortnt Jo. Colllnirwood.
Tucitn J,fi. Munslleld,
AND JOB PRINTING
Done In Doal Htyle,
At the Ml.Vtrt Off.ce,
PLAZA FEED AND SALE STAILE.
Goodwin MfemL Opposite
BROOKS & LINN.
Preseott. OHnUrSI. l'fifl. , .
1 'rioted In good tti lo, on
Uiak aote papr,fvr( sale at tb
Application for Patent.
If. S. I.AM) OFFICII. t
I'fttSCOTT, A. T., I)emlier ' IF73
.TOTIIX IS IIKKlUIV IIIVKS, THAT WILLI VM
II Itajmond, liy hu aiilhnfli'd airtnt hi.u allnrnry
John M. .Murptiy. nhu I'l ttoftice addrru U Cnrlwt.
.NIi.lMie Co-inty, Artiona TVrritury.
Hue iiiHile Hpi'llcatlon fur l'lent fur Sfteen hundred
limuf left uf the lli Ixidti, Lrarlttit unit) nd
tilvi-r. and ileilnnte.1 ae the lllt-rriilnn Mlnlnx ( inu, tlH
nine riinniuf lift'en hundred feet In a utli lly
direction fntui jint nf Wffinnin a munutiieot b.twren
the eulh boundary bf the IUy llean Cmnwn) nd the
north 1-mndary of lhe llll . rnin Cc.iiijMtiy'i rlim, with
urlif KMtind hundreil ((,) fr.. In width rduat'd
la O Ur Valley Mining Ditlnrt, County t f ili.l.j i.ci'l
Territory ol Ariiona, und dfK rihed, In the plat and field
cute, now on file lu thu nflie. ki rollowe, u i
Cmnii. "!")( at a luonuineul of itrli float from the i
LeilKe :i f.el elx Inrliei tnxh S WJ 4.V Ka.t from the 1
oritnel inoiiutntnt of the Dai.y D-Au nJllirrnU.o(U in,
aud h, i.'"- K 8.75 rhului Iruni the luitial jial l Ui the
apei of a high liul of r V In a aharp lend of l.l
Cah'ia. a ehort diftfance Irlow here the ldfe (rotor
and thw the Hibernian cauip . 1 henre H. J." Of V M
link, to thalt oi the Iial.y lieaa uill.e, and .'J
llnke hi l.i7 Ilran monument, Ho rhalni
ktm. ?nrh to lunnumeut nf iiarti rofk at the N K ror
ner thenre H, i? IS' rVUtt 'ii U 'b.ilne to a luonunieat of
ftranite, beiri the S. V rorurr, dl.Utit from a tery Urire
Krao.te boulder In the (tap, on a ridire where the trail
criM't umler Khlmveroe l'eak. !P .V W'ett '.1M rhaini.
thU rock N-Hrlroiuthenniialtof llnn-h I'tak N i'V W E.,
thenre :ti ij V. wn II. Mureland't Cut i M ihulnt
uioauinent M, M'1 '- i I') fh.ilm from the nuln tluifl
and aorki of the llflrnUn Mine; iheuteHOi chain! tniui
inonuinetit ol granite In ratine (.S. V corner; , tLebce N.
ST5 li Writ iti! 72 rhalat. criitir deep ratio- to numti
merit if C.Mnlte on topot ridite, theme S. 45' W. I .It
rh.iir. to point of tKi(itiriliiK, from which the unt-r In
riKle Canon heart H. Ki' VV.t f-.rai bere Kn tf W.
CouUiininK 'JO i'J rtrt. Sail lieutlon betnt; recorded In
Uxik U ol Mlnltiif llerorde, fulio l'.l of Countv of Mohate.
The adjoining claluotnte are' I pun the Nurlh llalty
Drai Couiuny t and iim the Hotnb, Ueiflua Company,
all belnar locatloae uim the Hope Unle.
.Wit 10 WILLIAM N. KKLLY, lUgltter.
TN T1IK IMIOHATI', COURT. COU.NTV OP YAV
1 s).al, Territory of Arizona.
Ia tb Mitter cf the Eetats of
JOBS HEN BY L0UI8 WOBTMAIf, DECEASED.
The Ttrrttory tf Artiona ttnJi Orielxngt
In piirsuanie of an ..rder of this Conrt, made and enter
ed on the UCth day i-f Noe ember 173, a ot Ice Is hereby
giren-liat. 1'nday. December the Sflth, 1(73, nt IUo'cIkV
A. H. if said day, at the court room of this Court, in the
townu.' l'r-tt, Count) of Vaiai.il. hAs Xtvn uppvioted
for hen-ing the application of John Kalhle, pra) Ing that a
document .ir on tie in this C urt, purportint; to br the
last will an.! tr.tameut of John Henry l.oun Wortmiin,
decenevii, ho ailuiitted to prolule, and that letters tmtu
m.ntury be Iuih1 thereou to said John Ualhle, who Is
named therein as executor, at which time and place all
persons Interested may appear and rvutest the same.
IIKNItV W I'l.EUKY, lrubuiji Judge.
I'reieut, Norember Sn', leTJ. notiSrtl
KNOW ALL MRS 1IY TIIESK IMlEfiK.STH, Tb.it
I, the tiutlersigued, claim and hate this day located and
talru puewMion of, for agricultural and gnuing purpoees'
a tract of land detfri!-d as follows :
Commencing at this stake, which Is In the northeast
corner of the rUIin aud runulng south one mile to n stake;
thence west one fourth utile to a slake ; thence north one
mile to a stake : theuce east to place of becrinmnrr. in
eluding what Is known as Malpals Springs, about forty
tight miles northeast from Camp At ache, la Yaiapai
count . Arixona. and on the road leading from said Camp
Apache to New Mmioo. UKLQUIADKS LUNA.
July wtu, igrj.
KNOW ALL SIKN 11Y TIIESK I'ltESENTS. Tbat
I. the undtrslened. claim and hate this day located acd
taken pisrs.ion of, for agricultural and grazing purposes,
a tract of land describx-d as follows:
Commeacine ol this stake, which is the nortbeast corner
of the claim, and running eoath tiro miles; thence west
one-eighth mile ; thence north two miles; theuce east to
lace or prgtntung, including wnat is mown as uoncno
j-rinrrv on the head of Concho Creek, a tributary of the
Little Colorado rirer. and situutrd to the west ol the
wruron roa.1 leadina- from Ctmp Arwhe to the Little Col
orado rirer, In Yarapoi couutr. Arlzima.
jr.Mih JIAltIA LUNA.
July Mth, 1S73.
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE I'KE.IENTS. That
I. the uD.lei.la:ne.t. oUInt, arul have this da- located and
taken pnetession of, for agricultural and grazing purpoees,
a tract or lanu. situa-eit ru ioiiows i
Commencing at this s'nke. which h the northeast corner
nf the 'claim, nnd running math two miles to a stake :
thence- west one-etchth mile to a .take ; tbence north two
miles to a s'nke : thence nut to place of beginning, In
eluding what Is known as Ik Lake Springs; situated
aUmt one mil southeast of Concho Springs, and on the
west side of the wagon road going from Camp Apache to
the Utile Colorado river, In 1 uvup.il unty, Arizona.
ANTONIO JOSK I, UNA.
Jnly 15, 1873.
KNOW ALL MEN UY TIIESK I'RKSENT.S. That
I. the underslgue.1, claim and hare this day located and
taken w-slon of a tract of land for agricultural and
grazing purposes, described as follows i
Commencing at tuts .take, which is the southeast corner
or the claim, and running west one-quarter mile to n stake:
th'Dre north one and one-half miles Ida stake: thence
east ..He-fourth mile to a stake -, thence south to fines of
beginning. Including what is known as Mineral Springs,
situated ahout forty-two miles northeast of Camp Aiucbe,
larui'U! county, Arizona -1 armory.
J KA.MJUll.l.-HJ 1,11.'A.
July 25, 1U73.
Eatate of PHILIP AUSTIN, Deceased
Netlce Ii hereby given fo the rredltors tif and nil per
sons having claims nguln.t the estate of I'hlllp Austin, de
cca-d. to present the same to the undersigned Eit-cutor,
at Makers ranch, Molutva County, A. 1'., within ten
months irom date or this notice, or the auw will be for
ever barrtHl ; nnd all persons Indebted to said estate, are
hereby requested to make Immediate iavm uL
IIKNItV LAMHKKT, Kxecntor.
llaker's Ilancb. Mohave County, A, T., I
September 6th, 1B73. j novI9m3
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of JOHN FRENCH, Deceased.
Nolle Is hereby given, by the undersigned. Adminis
trator of lhe Estate of John Trench, deceased, to th
creditor of, and all persona having claims against, tho
said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouch
rs, within ten months afU-r llie tint publication of this
notice., Vi the said .administrator, at Camp Ileal Borings,
Mohave county, Arizona.
. , , , HENJ. II. 81'EAIt,
Administrator of the Estate ot John French, deo'd.
Dated, Cerbat, December lfi, 1673. ilecliM.
BOOT & SHOE FACTORY.
West Side of the Plaza.
Custom Work Made to Order.
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE,
French sinewed nnd nailed boots mad to order, at r
duced price. W. II. WILLIBOBAFT, Proprietor,
l'rrsoott Arizona, June 2, 1173. JeSlf
Gurloy Street, North Sido of the Plaza,
The Projrrletor of this Ileitaurant respect.
fully announces that be will spure nn tains
In catering to the taste of his patrons.
Meals will bo furnished at all honrsof the
day, and the table supplied with game, and thu cholcrit
ueiiuuie i nn. cau ue procured. Kvetytuing clean and
scrveu up in me uesi siyie
T. WHITEHEAD. IWrietw.
Prescott, November S3, 167'J. nov'J3
Of every class and kind, always on hand and for sale, a
the MINEK odle, at prices such as no lawyer, Bstlc of th
ate or oilioreaicsr can reasonably and fault with,
irt-jrAI.IsTIlK PATK.VT PIM.H, Fit.
jru. ana genuine, at
WS5a,DinC WEED BEMEDY 0B ORKOON BIIE0.
kr3. umtlo Cure.al Dr. Ksndall's Drag Ktore.
, JP OR SALE..
, Ext'r copies of tit ARIZONA MIN EE filded Is
wTipperit, wlcn to detlred Jwt oa tiad it th oSc
UonUnm ttraet, Preicott. Prlw 25 ceatt per copy,
ARIZONA STAtiH LINKS.
U. S. TRI-WEEKLY MAIL LINE.
ttai'tiet arrlt at Tucxin ateiy
MONDAY, WEDNiaDAY & 8ATDBDAY M0RN1KQ8,
I)ert at 4 I . M. on
Thursdays and Saturdays.
I.'ntll further notice.
Time to Sun Diego, Fire Duy,
Till, will enable the Tmrellnf public to reach
SAN rRANCISCO IN BIGHT DAYS.
Fare to Vnma .....
Fare to an Diego, (gold coin er ItJ e'tiUalentr.
A Rlnge, carrying the V H. Mall, will teare
Maricopa Wolls, for Phoonix,
Ktery Monday Morning, flelurnlng next day. Connect
ing at .Maricopa Wells nltu the Vnma and Tucson sualt
line. This Is the
Ql'ICKKST AND SAFKST
Ilonte froia Northern Arltona tn Tortnn ad ccne-ting
at Yum with J. O, Capron's line ef stages for San Dleg",
,,77U JAB. A MOOllt, Proprietor.
ARIZONA STAGE LINE
KegtiUr m(-weekly trips, by stare, with tuil, will te
San BcrnnrdiiLO, California.
Twohorsn natrons, carrrlnr the, U.S. Mails and xu-
sesgers, leave rr.scolt arm Nin uernaruino every
WEDNESDAY AKD tUTOEDAI M0BNI5OB,
Making the trip In sii days: passing in mutt, KRRKN-
DEKO, WICKENIIUItO nid CAM1 DATE CHEKE.
Iartl.s wishlnrr tran.portathn to Ariuea eia this route.
can be ftirnt.hed the same In
FOUR Oil BIX. HORSE STAGES,
On private contract, by rivlniune week's notice In vl
vance to Agent ot Arizona .Hlagi Line at H.ta IternarUicn.
Th rate fur same will be In ppporton to the acovinntw
Krgulttr Ilutesof Fare.
rrsm Prescott to Kan Ilcrnardino..
Krom l'rescott to Wlckenburg M(J
rrom Trescott to L'Urrnberr 45.PO
Yntm flan Ilernanlino to Ehreuberg 35 HO
From Ban Ueruardlno to Wlckenbuir.. 60.00
I. II. I.RVT Ran llsrnardlno.
J. OOLIIWATRK Khrenberg
K. O. OKA-IT 1 Preeoott.
IU.1K Daow.v , I ...Lllrislon Agent.
JAMES onAT, PRoruirrou.
J. It. PlEnso.H, 8urrnifnE.Miit.vi. sepiaij
A N IJ
3Xxil - Line.
After this date, pawergers will be carriovr th road
at th rollowlng rates, currency:
From l'retcoll to Camp Hualpnl .......810.00
" " " " Heale Springs S3.tj
' " " Cerbnt S5U0
" ' " Mineral l"urk i. 'J7.00
" " Ilurdyville 35.10
Eiprrss matter will be carefully forwsrrld at reasoaa
Every jrfaslMe aooouimolatioo will botTered to pa,
The stage will leave Irescott J'ltday ernlngs, nnd at
Ilurdyville will connect with th. mall tr. Jirenlwrs and
All orders left with 8. C. Itogers, Preset, or Cory k
I'ott. Cerbat, win be promptly airenue-i to.
WEI18TEK t WII1TK
Prescott, May 10, 1873. malOtf
l. 13. ,ii:wii.iir9
- A IS I)
On the South Side of tho Fiazaf Prescott
CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Jewelry of All Kinds Made & Order.
Repairing Dono Carefully nudj Promptly.
Gold and Silver Bullion
Refined, Bought, a?ul Sold.
C5All kinds of or promptly and prope-'y assayed.
The Bathing, Hair-Cuttit; and
(I'ormerly Otto's,) ,
On door north of C. P. Ilcid A- Co' Uriel store, Is now
elegantly and comfortably fitted up, for tit bccommoda
lion of customers, who are resecllully lad to call.
Prescott, April I'J. 1S7J. ,
Next door to ttiu Mixtrt Olflccfreecott.
GOOD LAGEIt I)KEK,
Liquor and Clgart,
Alway on liana anil for sale.
JOHN UAiniJ: Ivprietor.
Prescott, January 11, 1H7J,
BUY YOU II
FRESH MEAT AND VECETAILES
PIONEER MEAT MARKET,
' " OnA"NITE HTltEET, t'KEBCOTT,
Kat plenty of twili, nnd you will tooti Xn a I'roni as an ox,
as tat us butter, and u swot, arouod tb wtiUt, ui a Prs.l.
Prescott, Auftut 12, 1U71. :
U IV It 1 V A Is L E D !
77k i'lieajt Yeatt lnttter Manufactured.
Enth Tin GmtoMug SX OUNUKlf, Avor
dn,,ois,FVLL WEIGHT 0 Yeatt JW
der, Sujietivr to any and ALL utkert
Made, Jur Making
Light, Sweot-and Hatritiont
PASTRY, &c, &c,
Guaranteed to Oivo Entire Satisfaction or
the Money Will bo Eeturnod.
ASK YOUJi OltOCElt FOR IT.
T EE 3STO OTHER
Snd for Frtt Pamphlet to
CHURCH & CLARK,
407 FRONT ST., SAN FRANCISCO
rJT IZ 33 IV K .
WM. WOltKMXI. E. p. r. TRliriJt.
Temple & Workman.
DS IE3rL. ERS,
Templo Slock. Los Angoles,
Keoelve Deposits and IssuoUntr Certificates, and transact
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS,
Draw on th
LONDON AND SAIN' FKAXUISCO HANK,
UluiMf, t oau I H.IIIK.,
Eicbingci for Sals os!
Lffal Tender. Dulllon. (lold OusL oJ nmin..i
fiUte. County and City llouds bought and sold. Itecivei
vaiuar.ies lor saw Keeping reblSy).
O, W. CIIMIXT. J. It. JOStM.
C. W. CHESLEY & CO.,
IMrOKTXIUt AM) WIIOLUALK Vr.XlXtia LI
FINE WINES and LIQU0BS,
bOLK i-Bornisnoua or
St.. San Francitcc.
51 Frwi St. Sacramento.
Special attention will be paid to th trad of Arizona.
E. A. FARGO & CO.,
(SOLE AGENTS FOH LLOYD'S tt'UlSKr.t
iHror.TEiu ami JOHtiiu or
BRANDIES, M IXES & LIQUORS,
316 Front Street, Cor. Commercial,
SAX FRANCISCO, CALlFORiVfA,
Offer special inducements to th Arizona Trad.
Music and Musical Instrumentr
Arizonan In need of Mnsfcal Instrn
rnents. Hheet Music, tc, will flr.rt It to
th.lr Interest to send enters to CII AIII.EH
H. F.ATO.V, 13 Montgomery Street, Pan
Francisco, California, who kep tb larrrst and best
Taxiety on lhe I'aclCs Coast,
rPHK KOSICKl'CIAN Vrr.RK A HKCT Or PHI!,.
1 osopbers who tliHirisbed in Otrm.-uiy durlnjr lb
ntteentb century, anil proeecuted profound researches Into
Nntnral science and occult philosophy, and sought to dis
ELIXIR OF LIFE.
Althoufh Mitne superstition may h.-ieo lieen dereloped
among- them and other alchemists In search fur th.
F.l.I.Ult VITI", yet there Is scientific truth at the bottom
of all alchemy and astrology. They w,er Impressed wilts
the properties of herlul pre ratlnu, and fouml dyiamio
p.yccuit'stc lo'ce in tse extract ci ccrtaia pianu.
is due to th resenrches of a learned sctiolar
ot Kqrrip. smosr the archlre of the Ibi.lcruciaBS. Iti
made from TWENTY DIFFENENT HERF8, p1bered
at such semns of the your when their Juices are stronrest
and virtues unimpaired, forming a comUnstiou uarlvaUd.
in th materia mcdlca.
ljlPIKAJC IS AN ENEMY TO ALL COUUUr.
i tlon. It assist and fortifies nature. Ill manisrof
operation is to drir to the extreme, parts nnd thrvnirh th.
pores or the skin nnd nil emiinctoriesof the body, the bad
liurn. ri which midest It, slrinz; relief eren la diseases ta
riKMt refractory anddifilcult to cure, such as arrars, nen
rul(fl, Hnd ruauy other comptulnts harlr.ff their ochria In
the brain. The influence It has on tho sympathetic and
pceumfgrutrio nerves is very surprising. If a srrulsh
,nl U.I I.I.. 1 '1 .1 1 . . . .Ml k. .......kl.tlVkMlLl It
will trior to his weaVennl nervea.
r or sale
e by all druggist uud dealer.
To the Unfortunate!
NEW REMEDIES! NEW REMEDIES!
DE. GIBBON'S DISPENSARY,
TO. C23 KKAItNV STUKHT, pOKNKR
it Commercial, Knn Francisco. Prlvat en
traure on Commercial Htreet, Kstabllshed In
i KM lor the trentment of Seiuat and Kendnal
DiM-osea, ucli as Oonorrhed, Oleet, Striclur.
K)pullistnall its forms, Seminal Weakness, Impotency,
etc, etc. Nkln dlsentes of years standing, and Ulcerated
I.erre, etc., successfully treated.
UK. (UIUKl.V hu the pleasure of announcln; that h
has r. turned from Tlslilsjr th principal Hospitals ef
Europe, and has rvsurord pntrtice.
The Doctor has spared neither time nor money In seek
ing; out new remedies, and has returned with I striated fa
cilltits for th alleviation of human suffering.
Seminal emlsslou Is the couscjuenc of self alas. This
solitary vice, or depraved sezual Indulgence, Is practiced
by the youth of both sei.es to in almost unlimited eztest.
prt'Ciuciner wild unerrlriir certainty the rollonlnir morhut
symptoms, nnleis conitnitted by scirntlflo medical meas
ures viz: Fallow countenance, dark slot under thvsvss.
paiulu the he-.ul. rinfrlni; in the ears, uoite Jlke the rusllics;
of leaves or rattling ot rbarriots, uneasiness about th
loins, weakness of the Umli. confused I.I.i, liluoted in
tellect, loss of confidence, diffidence in approachlnir straa
(rers, a di.llke to form new ao(iialntaoccs, a disposition Us
shtra society, loss of memory pimples and Tarlons trop
Hons about tha fare, hrctlo Hushes, furred tonriie, ftttW
breath, coughs, consumption, night sweats, moaoma.xs
und frojuent Icsnulty- If relief m not oUalnwJ.yoo
should apply ImDivdutU-ly, cither lu person of by Jtt
and hare a cure effected by his new and scientific, nod
treating this disease, which nerrr falls Of effecting a. qaUik
and radical cur.
Cared at Home.
Persons at u distance rr.uy U Ct'IlCU A? H01IK, by
toldreslng a letter to Ir. (Ilbtion, stating ruse, symptoms,
length of time the tlleaso has conllnuedf and have niedl
cin promptly fnrwanlel, fre from dR and curiosity,
to any particular irt of tb ceuntry, Itb fujl r14'"
directions for tM.
Persons writing to lb Doctor wll'p'" ! tb nam)
of the pwr they s this odvertluot In.
Ily enclosing Ten Dollar coti In a regisured !tlr
tbnmgh th piistorllo, or Ihroth Wells, Kargo stCOn u
tckg of medicin will b .wworded to any part Ui
Union. .... '
All cftmuiunlcntl6BtrltIj- confidential. .
Address, DIt. J. . (1IMION,
mhliy v,itfiX1, Hun Prencoo, California.
GUNS AND PISTOLS
. t .
.1. l lUIODi:, at L. II. JEWELL'S.1
Prescott, Arizona. ? .',