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Vol. XI. No. 3.
PliESCOTT, AJIIZONA, HtlDAY EVENING, JANUARY 10, 1874.
The Weekly Arizona minor.
PUBLISHED EVERY FETDAY EVENINO,
Proscott, Yavapai County, A. T,t
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-THE MINER." Proscott, Arizona.
(From Saturday' Ilelly.
The San Bernardino A reus bcean it second
year January 1st, anil, lu reviewing thrust
jtai, oayB inav die town uas improved con
siderablynew buildings have golio Up, men
of means liavo cotnointo the totvn and valley,
and tho Arptis hai becupatronizod beyond
its expectations in subscriptions and adver
tisements. All this speaks well for tlio town;
any inUdlij-ent community will and should
support good local paper liko the Argus and
Quardinn, and thu success and prosperity' of
a town or county depends greatly on its
newspapers, which arc the natural exponents
and rollectora of public sentiment and the
pioneers and promoters of progressive civiliza
tion. ;' -
Trm ftaturday's D.lljr.)
A telegram ycsivrday announced that Lut.
troll, of California, bad introduced a bill in
ConKreiw.gruuting a pension to the- widows
vf the Peace Commissioners who were killed
by the Modocs. We hopa this bill will not
Sol that w am devoid of sympathy
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witn tne surviving relative cm uwniwvc iumui inuuuu pruisuus io expose
victim, but because w cou.il Her sucu tn aci wiu corrupt aim mutinous pruccuuuiKc oi me
would be unjust toward others. Why .hould otllciaht of that city. It claim that ollicial
to too relatives of lb. ac maiw and records Lave been destroyed, school
Moiuvr. County. Our Cerbat corrctpon
deiit sends the following, under dato of Jan
uary tho 7th : --
"Several parties have armed from San
Francisco and Los Angolcfof late, and are do
ing some figuring here. Will probably know
more about thein iu a few days. Professor
White, mineralogist of thu state of Nevada, ib
auioug tho rest." . .
Tho following list of Territorial official
ha been nominated and confirmed by the
Governor and Council of New Mexico:
Attorney-Geueral, Col Wirt. Broedcn- At
toruoy 2d District, Benjamin Stevens; Attor
ney 3d District, John D. Hailj Adjutaut-Guii-
erai, iuotuab. lueker; treasurer. Antonio
Ortiz Salazari Auditor. Trinidad Alandt Li
brarian, darned C. McKeuzie; Quartermaster-
uuueral, iu. .Miller.
rent ions bo Riven.
who, for a few weeks, placed, themselves with
in reach of the murderous savage, by the or
dera of tho government, when no pruvwiou
ias ever teeri made, or erea Lin led at, jor
giving aid or relief to tho widows anu orpuaiis
of the thousands of bravo men who hav bt-vn
killed iu Arizona and lwhcru in the wtt
ero Suum and Territories, alter yean of dar
ing and lighting to bcure a borne in tbecuun
try opened to them tor tettleiucnt by the
government? W ere t lie victim of tho mis
taken "peace policy" pursued in tho Modoc
atfair any mora worthy than those who bnve
been killed at the mine, or the plow, while
rvursuim the peaceful emrtlovmenta of Amer-
.rl . : i . , . ... - k. . . i i t it.!.i..ifi I
icau ciiizns, bdu uevcioping luc resource 01 1 uui uuuiiug lur uiiu, auu luunu uis uati uuryiu
our country I If too widow of (Jen Canby, I remaini, with all tnu ovjdenco ot tue manner
or of any other onlMt kilkl by the ModuCi, ol au Uvatti.
is entitled to a pensioQ under military usages. I Urol excitement exists among tiie old
customs or law, let it bo paid, but wo oppose I settlers near tlio remsrvation, who declare that
tbti precedent ol granting pensions to Uiein I it govcrnuiuut uooa uut puntsn ttio mutatis
because they are the widow of reaco Com-1 lor tUe muruer, tbey will do it themselves
Governor Campbell of Wyoming, in his
Ilcllinn k Co. have a tint? of men at work 1 racwago to tho Lecitlature. Utet that the
rcuairioi: the new road from IMiojnir to Camn Union I'toUc ilallroad Co. navn tu that Tur
rttory sven artesun svviif. sarying in untun
frwni JlHi to 1,145 teet, supplying from SOU to
I'M) gallons par hour 01 uru water. ; be
cost of the Kf lla averaged $9.G7 per foot.
funds stolen, and robberies of every deacrip'
tioii pcrpetrateu on thu public.
Too Kiowa Indian Krocrvalion, near Fort
Dodge, eoutain about two thousand JnUians
who uavu rrceully beon very troublesome
outtiidc of their limita, and tiiy Atchison
Cnatupion, ot Dec Jul), gives a detailed ac
count ol the capture, near Camp Supply, by
them, of a boy seventeen ycr old, Hho was
driving ix wagou. The wagon had been bro
ken auu pi Leu up, the boy tied to the pile,
scalped, aud burned alivu uud the horw ta
hen the boy tvaa missed a party went
Venle, which was badly washed in places by
thu latt) rains. Mcwr IJ. vtOo. built the
road, which is a public convenience, and
they can get no assistance from other par
ties in repairing it, tby will probably apply
tu the Supervinora of 5jaricopa and Yavaiiai
counties for permission to incorporate it as a I
We understand that Gen Crook contem
plates a further shortening of the military
road to Carap Verde, by building a new
niece t road I rum .Arm t rin vallev riv .Ma
pie Shades, And tbrough Copper Canon to
the ViirdtJ valley. Should the clcneral carry
out the plan, tho distauce to PbBiiix from
Prcscott by that route, and Helling & Co,'a
roau, woum no only about ninsty miles.
(from Monday'. Dtlly.J
It is claimed that tho Atlsntic .t Pnptflr.
Ilallroad Company have forfeited their claim
to 5,000,000 ucres of land granted by Congress
In the state of California, and Mr Oulton, of
California, has introduced a resolution in the
Senate requesting the Secretary of the Into
rior to reopen to preemption and purchase,
The contest over tho confirmation of Attor
ney (Ion Williams, as U. & Chief Justice, has
uuen eimeu oy nis own action in withdrawing.
Ho will retain his present position. The
protests of the Now York bur and of other
associations of prominent jurists, against his
appointment, on tho ground of inexperience,
etc., has been ett'ectife.
It is very encouraeinc to nolo that tlm nld
focy monopoly administration ot the Pacific
Mail .Co. has given Way to a more liberal
policy, and that' the company's steamers are
to run tor tba accommodation of tho nub ic
wore than heretofore. An opposition line is
now running from Sn Francisco to wav
porta in Southern California.
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. Ffutn Tonda'a Dally '
- . VtJMA COUNTY.
Tho Arizona Sentinel of Deci 27 and Jan.
3, came by yesterday morniuc's mail, and
furnish these items;
Thcro i a probability that the citizens of
Yuma will get a patent tor their town-site
covering all the ground they ak for.
'ibo Jtolldara in Vuma were consumod
with little drunkenness or disorder.
The editor of the Sentinel does not believe
the ''dirty bean" story published in the Los
Angeles Mirror and credited to the telegraph
The New Year's ball in Yuma was attended
by inanj otllceti from Fort Yuma. A mag
nificent supper ws furnished and the Sentinel
editor partook of the same with a grateful
heart and appreciative stomach.
The two line Mallions brought In by II. C.
Hooker cost $1,000, coin, each, and ar
praised as the uohlcst Mieclmerw of horse
tlesh ever imported into. Arizona.
Tho delinquent tax list in Yuma connty for
lbtJ, only amounted to &.wa, out of the to
Abstrnot of Dida Opened by General Small,
Chlt-f Commissary, 10th January, 1074, for
Supplying Subsistence Storoa in tho De
partment of Arizona.
Charles Lcsinsky. flour. 0.93 cts nor lb. A.
Seligman, beans, G.79 cts per lb. Wm. Zee
etnion, neans, IB cts per lb,
Hour, e.iA cts per
S. L. Hubbell, Hour,
cts per lb j curii-meal, 6.90 cts per lb. Tully,
ticnoa & bo., Dacon, dU cts per lb, Louis
Huning, bacon, 22 cts per lb ; flour, 7.95 cU
Icr lb ; beans, 8 cts per lb.
I). A. Ileunott, flour, 0.47 cts per lb ; corn
moat, 7.47 cts per lb. Chaa. Lesinsky, flour,
5.95 cts per lb. Louis Rosenbaum, (lour, 0.09
eta per lb; beans, 7 i cts per lb. 8. ILDrach-
tizod Clear bacon sidec. 23 cts ncr lb.
Wm. 11. Hotlines: Pork cured and packed
in territory ; 10 barrels at Camn McDowell.
at 20 cts per lb; 10 barrels at Camp Vcrdo,at
w cis per 10 ; iu barrels at t on Whipple, at
28 cU per lb.
Charles Lcsinskv. flour. 0.05 cts Der lb:
S. Seligman, beans, 0.79 cts per lb; L. S,
Business & Professional Cards.
ts per lb. Z. Stabb & Co., uubbefi, corn meal', 5.09 cts per lb.
lb ; beans, 7K cts per lb CampBovrie.
r, 0.99 cts per lb; beans, 8 ot.b.
Nicholas Diehard, flour 0.24 cts
Zfckcndorf, beans 4.9 ct, D. A,
corn meal 5.78 cts.
Nicholas Bicbard. flour. 0.21 cts nerlbt
Wm. Zeckendorf, beans 7 cts per Jb; D. A.
uennett, corn meal, 7.0 cts per lb.
D. A. Bonnetl. flour. 4.R.1 ota
man, beans, 9.48 cts per lb, "Wm. Zeckcn- Zeckendorf, beans, 4.9 cU per lb; D. A. Uen-
dorl. tcan,, 7 eta per lb. h. N. ih, bacon, nett, corn meal 6,73 eta per lb.
34.98 cts per lb ; flour, 7.49 cts per lb; beans. c MoDoweii
Michael Goldwater. flour. 8 85 eta nor lb'
v m. .ecKonuon, beans, H cts per lb; U. T,
Haydcn, corn meal, 4.7-10 cU per lb.
Michael Goldwater, flour, 7.121 cU per lb.
0. T. Hay den, flour, 6.7-10 cts per lb; O. P.
7 per lb; C. T. Hayden,
cts per lb; C,
0 cts per lb. Tully, Ochoa & Co., bacon,
M cts per IU.
I). A. Uennett, flour, 0.03 cts ; corn-meal,
7.C0 cts per lb. Charles lcsinsky, flour, G.45
cts per lb. Nicholas Hichard, flour, G.24 cts
per lb. S. H. Drachman, beans, 10.83 cts
per lb Wm. Zuckenborf, beans 7 cts per lb.
Louis Ilosenbaum, flour, 7.48 ; beans 8 cts per I Head fc Co., beans, 7
lb. K. N- Fish, bacon, 34.98: flour, 7.49; corn meal, 5.1510 cts per lb: C, P. Head &
beans, 9 cts cr lb. Barron M. Jacobs, Co., hominy, 0 cts per lb.
Hour, b.bf; beans, y y ct per lb. lully, rortWbippla
wenoa ce vo nacon, j cts per in, c T Havdcn) our( fi 7.1(J per ,b .
. . Gilson, 5,000 lbs bans, 7 cts per lb; C. P.
u. a. uennett, uour, -i.bj ; corn-meal, a.j Hcj & Co., S.OOOibs beans, 7 cu per IbtO. T.
cts per lb. Nicholas Bichanl, flour. 6.21 cts Hayden ,coru meal, 5.7-10 cts per lb; CP.
v - I "'"v""'"u' u i liean co., iiotniny, O cU per lb.
iu. ? iu .vi;buiiuui4, vcaiis, 'i.vu vif tier iu.
1 V ...!. I .. "in, a t. in. i
c, i. 4. inn, uawiiu, gw;, , uuui, u.'tu, uoailB,
7 cts per lb. ' Barron M. Jacobs, flour, 4.98;
beans UAi cts per lb. nm. li, Jlcllings,
tiour, 0.48 cts per lb, lully, Ochoa i Co.
bacon, 30 cts per lb.
Michael Gold water, flour, 3.85 cts per lb
Morris Goldwater, beans, 1220 cts per lb. S.
H. Drachmak, beans, 10.97 cts per lb. Wm,
j Zeckendorf, beans, 8 J cts per lb. E. N. Fish,
Our czehaDgcs, Jrom all parts of tho United
State, srrco that it is & di.i'raco to our trov
crumeut that Cachiae's tribo buve been allow
ed, for so long a time, to raid upon the Mex
icans in the adjoining States ot sonora anu
Chihuahua, while the tribo Is harbored and
fed upon a U. 8, reservation.
Gon W. W. Belknap, Secretary of Var,
was married Dec. 10, to Mrs Atnanda Bower,
at Harrodsbttrg, Ky. The wedding was
itrictly private, only a few relatives of the
parties being present.,
Land Ornce Ilunciv. W. N. Kelly,
Register of the Land Ollicc a: Prcacott, has
civen us a ataUmcnt of tho busuiets dcac in
his otllco dunng the y vr lrj73, whicli bow 1 vanUos of that town.
tbat the number of declaratory statement.
llled was furty-etght, Covenni i.loo acri-j.
Cash entne, etghtfen, covering 2,753,41
Homrstcad entries, four, covering 640
Mineral lands sold, seven claims, viz.: five
on tho Tiger lode, one on the Eclipse and
Applications for patents to mineral claims
uiei, tntrteen. Anverso claims nleil, two.
21. L. Stiles, Register of the Land otilco at
t lurencc, sends us a similar statement, Rhow
of fifty dollars is otTered in San
tho best essay on thu varied ad-
When Congress first as&emblod, tho tele
graph informed Us that the promotion of Gen
Crook was confirmed at once. The news was
not confirmed, and in commenting on the
cis-e, tho Sacramento Union remarks:
dome time airo It was announced tnatGefieral
Crook, now on doty Id Arizona as Brevet Major.
General, bat wlioie actual rank In the army Is
that of Llcutcuant.ColoneJ, bad been promoted
to be Hrhradler-Uen'Ml. ne vouy. deceaed. 11
appears from recent dlsustches tbat sluco bit
Dame was sarublited to the Senate for confirma
tion tlio Judtre Advocate-General has given an
tal of $12,044.75 on the tax roll.
Cant Wakeman, a shin matter
on the racillc coast, is taking
Colorado river for his health.
MrG, W. Nash, -whom Precott people
will remember, is tesching. vchool in Yuma,
and has just been joined by hi wife, from
The Albuquerque Review mentions the r
rivalthere, Dec 23,of Dr George M. Willing,
aupeniitencent ol tho wiumg aiming it Ex
ploring Uompsny, on his way to Arizona to
look nfter the mining property of tlio com
pany. Many of our readers will remember
Dr wilting' cxpsdrfioa hero iri 1865, and his
explorations in tho country around Dlack
Canon, southeast of the Bradshaw mountains.
Wo believe the company owns half a denren
good mineral veins there, and are glad to
know that ttiert- Is a pro'rxft tbat work is to
b done on them. Dr Willing thinks that
General Crook has pacified the Apscbe so
that operations can be safely resumed, and he
is right- Tlio vicinity of Black Canon used
to be a favorite botno of the sneaking Apache-
umas, but tney are miguty scarce thcro
One of the proprietors of the Review has
been on a viit to southwestern Npw Mexico,
and was verv favorably impressed with tho
activity in mininir operations at Silver City,
and Los Cmccj, much of which be attribuu-s
to the vigorous prosecution of work on tho
Clifton copper mine, iun over tho line in
Arizona, which bid fair to become notable
throughout the country. : The shipment of
pig copper, and copper ore from tho minrs,
gives employment to large trains. Mr Hom-
mcl thinks Miter utty one or the liveliest
towns lu New Mexico.
iug that siuco that oUk was opened in July, opinion that there Is uo vacancy to bo tilled, for
1873, forty-three pre-emption claims have Si!0,, ,ht ""l" 12 mi,of Soni-i ?ira5!l.if!r
been nsJd L, r.r , nir rtnm rr . ,nA -370, the nnrubcr of BrlKadler-Oencral. cannot
... , , ' o V. . ' . I exteed sit, ana were are airrany mat many in
Bvaiv-uiuuLB uicu, vui ui uiu iifnc-B. Uen urooK. onrinir nis lonir anu emcieni
lour mineral dtimrhavo been sold, and
soven applications for patent to mineral
ofMce. Oen Crook, durini
servico on this coaat, bas made many warm
trtends, to whom it will be a great disappoint
ment if It should be found thai there is no law to
authorize the nromotlou he so much deserves. If
be cannot be promoted now, It would bo but
fn .llAur thu nnmlnaftnn In Miami, ka in
Since iho comnlctlon of the nlanoriirinatodlancak. until a vacancv does occur: for there Is
by Ueoeral Crook of building a military tele- probably not a better olllcer In tha army.
graph in Arizona, the superintendent of mili
tary posts in New Mexico, urges government
w cxiena me telegraph troni bantu r o to all
ue posts in new .Mexico,
(From Jtonday'a D<j-.)
Many newspapers in small townscast of the
Rocky Mountains havo half of their paper
Tho extension should lm ninrip. and our linn printed in Su Louis or Chicago, whero one
continued on from Camn Verde to Banta Fe. publishing oflico prints tho inside of dozens of
It is already evident tbat the Arizona lino country papers, all alike, and at a small cost,
will practicallr nav for itstdf in . nlmrt timn I Perhaps the reading matter thus printed to
in the. (treat euvintr itciTucts In tl i order may bo well selected, but it is not
of military operations, dispensing with Ex- likely to bo interesting or useful to tho people
Hi-sous, suit reuueine cenerai and Incidental 1 01 unu iucauir inoro uau nuuiuer, jiii cx-
expensos, and It is believed that the citizen change referring to a papor got up in that
ousiness over tho Hue will keen it inrenair if Rtyle, sa-s ; " When a paper cannot bo print
it i - n. i . ! ..i .u-... i :. I. i. i.i
itjLlocs not give a profit besides.
In CalTornia the brigand Vasquez and his
band liavo inaugurated a reign of terror that
bids fair to equal tbo performances of tho
utneu Joaquin. Largo rewards ate oflercd
for his capture, and a bill has been intm.
duccd in tho Logislaturo to reimburso Sheriff
cd where it is published, it is not needed, and
ought to do suppressed."
Three furnaces for smeltinr base metal ores
are now in operation in Inyo, California, and
are turning out bullion rapidly
Mr Win. E. Smith, agent of the Associated
.Adams of Santa Clara, for funds oxnended in Press at San "Diego, who compiles tho tele
attempting to capturo the outlaw. graphio dispatches for the Miner, is entitled
to credit for tho good judgment ha cxer-
Tho Star and Express of Los Angeles, Cal., cL,e ia selecting telegrams for Arizona.
nublislioil Wnll irritton ()hrifmn tirlr. I 1
and Motor Truman, of the Star, sent out I,! I "Whllo San Diegana aro talking of natural
addition, a vory protty Christmas chant, in -"-vantages, harbor, climato, oto,, it seems
ruyuie. that they overlook ono of the main points.
11 ' Why don't they go in for tho establishment
iuo mamieuanco 01 largoicguiaiivo bodies 01 a u. o. Navy Yard there, or get up a join
stock association and build a dry dock, and
make San Diego a repair station. Perhaps it
is too eoon, but our view from this port loads
us to bclievo that such an establishment at
C3m IV 1 J I c , . 1 .. l ... . t. .
parturofmm thnMnwn nf Hfr-t. II.Slr.npl.nn "a" lncu m,u"? ?' great u van igu w uiu
who is comlnr, to thla .ilon mVnr,a(r in' S,"- nd c tizon narine service, bo.
n.,.in.. 0 0 s,ucs ueing protltabio to the city.
s advocated in tho old states, its tho surest
, . .... '
eueguara against bribery and corruption.
The San Diego World chronicles tbo do-1
i ne county treasurer of Leavenworth. Kan4nhrtamB. nir.i.r . r ci... .n,i
ms, is a defaulter to the amount of 867,000. his description of it shows that he certainly
--.. vuumgr ymuaiuizesii,oui worvn. appreciates good music.
Our Territorial dispatches in tho Daily,
Saturday, show what an old rascal and mischief-maker
tho San Carlos Indiau chief, Es
kiroinzn, is. Ho should, when arrewted,
littvn boon securely kept and rent to Alcatraz
or clsa'.rhere, out of harm's way. It is sin
gular how after they are arrested and impris
oned, so many of these redskins escape.
Everybody who knows the celebrated
clown and circus manager, Dan Rice, will bo
sorry to learn tbat on account ot bad invest
ments he has lost all his property, S20,000,
and is poor again.
A Iibw Weekly. No. 1 of Volume 1 of
tho Weekly San Francisco Chronicle, is found
on our table to-day.
Chas. Do Young Co, aro young men, ac
tive, enterprising and energetic, ihcir sue-
cess in bringing ine uauy nuronicie to tno
front rank among San Francisco papers has
boen wonderful and they promise what thoy
seem ablo to perform to make the Weekly
the star newspaper ol taiiiornis.
Terms of subscription S4 00 fcoln nor an
num, and thoy givo to every subscriber a
sulendid roan of the United States.
- . !.! rt . 1 .t .
if tne smc oi ine iirsi numucr oi me
Weekly Chronido is kept up none of its pat
rous w in regru. ouusv.iuing.
Messrs Curtis, Collingwood and Bennott,
who camo here to attend tho opening of bids
for contracts, at Fort Whipple, leave for their
homes, in the southern country, by buek-
board to-morrow morning.
Wo have given our readers a number of
items from our contemporaries showing how
our dally is received abroad. This "little
dab" takes a larger scope than moat of thohi
and comnlimcnta all l'rescott:
Prescott. Arizona. I maklni; rapid strides for
ward. IU clllztms are a wideawake and energetic
people, rrc.cott nas nao a live weekly newspa
nor lu tho MlNKK. At tbo beirlnulni: of the nres
cat msntb, the Mineu commeucud Itsuinx a imall
dally edition. It il an attractive lUtlo sheet and
replete with information relative to Arizona mat
tors. Santa Cruz Bcntlocl.
i bacon. 321: flour. 5.49 cu ner lb. Win. 11.
rwi.ll Wnntrn Hellings, iork, 2d; bacon, 28; lsrd, 30; flour,
a' trip up the 4,S cU Ir ,b- C T- "Jd". "". t-15-16
" ' cU; beans 9.7-lflcts; corn-meal, 4.7-15 cts
Michael Goldwater, flour, 7.124 cts per lb
Wm. B. Hellinpt, Hour, 8.10 cts per lb. Paul
Ilreon, bacon, .22 cts per lb; flour, 9J cts per
lb; beans J1J cts per lb.
J. H. Lee, corn-meal, 7,76 cts per lb. Mi
chael Goldwater, flour, 6.45 cU ter lb. Mor
ris Goldwater, beans, 13 cu per lb. S. Bel-
izman. beans, 8.49 eta per lb. Louii Huning,
bacon, 24 cts per lb ; flour, 9.45 cU per lb ;
beans, 9 cts per lb. S. L. Hubbell, flour,
7.99 cts ; beans 9 cts ; corn-meal 6.99 cts per
lb. Wm. li. Helling, bacon, 2U cU; lard,
30 cu ; flour, 7.24 els per lb. C, T, Hayden,
flour, 0.7 -IC; beam-, 10.15-16; corn-meal,
5.15-16 cts per lb. C. P. Head & Co., beans,
cts ; corn-meal, o cts ; hominy, 0 cts per lb.
J. II. Lcc, corn meal, 0 cU per lb. Michael
Goldwater, flour, 0.45 eta per lb. Morris
Goldwater, beans, 10.85 cts per lb. Win.
Gilson, beans, 7 cts per lb. Louis Huning,
bacon, 24: flour, 9.45; beans, 9 cts per lb.
S. L. Hubbell, tiour, 8 ; beans, 9$; corn-meal,
i cts per lb. Wm. li. Hellings, pork, '-to; ba
con, 28: lard, 30; flour, 7.24 cu per lb. C. T.
Hayden, flour, 0.7-10 cU; beans, 10.15-10 cts;
coro-raoal, 5.7-10 cts per lb. C. P. Head A
Co., beans, 7 cte; corn-meal, 6 cU; hominy, 0
eta per lb.
C. P. Head & Co, bid 23 cts per lb for b
con for alt tho posls.
wm. .eckendorf bid 0.1-0 cts per lb for
beans for all the posts.
Wm. B. Hcllfngs bid 29 cts per lb for pork
Abstract of bids oponed by General M. P.
Small, C. S., on 10th January, 1874,-for sup
plying fresh beef and mutton in the Depart
ment of Arizona,
CIbjis 1 beef and mutton on the block.
For all tho posts D- A. Bennett & Co; for
Isiuo to troops, beef, 12.87 cts per lb; mutton,
14.92 cts per lb; for sales to otllcers, beef, ri
87 cts per lb; mutton, 14.92 eta per lb; F.
.Marsh & Co., lor issue to troops, Ucet, IZ.VJ
cts per lb; mutton, 14.89 cts per lb; for sales
to othcers, beet, liiii cUJper lb ; mutton, lb
DONT READ THIS,
TJnleau you wan't to And out that you can
Buy Goods at Reduced Rates, of
DAVIS & RANDALL,
Groceries and Provisions.
CLOTIIKVO -1'D HARDWARE.
TOU.1CCO AND CIGAKV,
Who an alw wtci. in SHIP ORES AND DDLLIOX. I
Ud raaai uum aaraM oa uw iuh. nrx
Wu.Ccar. Jorur C Ma
Cory Sc 3Pott,
CIIJEuVJ? for CASH.
1VEEDED BY EVERYBODY
AT THEfR STORE CERBAT. TTALLAPAI
StrKINO DIRTWOT, MOHAVE COOKTT.
ATTORNEY and COUN'BELOR-AT-LATV,
Will rraeUes h! profnaloa Id all tha Cosrt of Uts Tarrlttry
n.u. cAtnr.ru u. u CAjrrria.
H. H. CARTTEE & SON,
Attorneys nnd CouBsclor at Law.
Pratcott, Yawapiil Count)', Arliuna,
Wit atuod le bulaaaa la all Ura court tl tha Tatrttocy
J. P. HARGRAVE,
ATTORNEY and OOUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
Monteseroa street, I'reseott, Arlyon-
ATTORNEY and COUNBELOR-AT-LAW,
JOHN A. RUSH,
Attorney txt X-iaw,
Vrm ttriotly tiini to an bfMUww ntnAti to airs, la U
atTtnu uuru or naeoro n u l amnji
Proapt atttatlea given to Oollsetkss.
J. E. McCAFFRY,
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-LAW
Maalta 8trtt, Tucaou, A, T.
J. N. McCANDLESS,
PHYSICIAN AND SOROEON,
Uffiet, Worth Side ot flx, Prctt.
HENRY W. FLETJJtY,
Justice of the Peace and VoUryTolilie.
WM. A. HAWC0CI,
Notary Public and Conveyanctr.
Blank Hcelarmtorjr afaatsanenta.
Aad hopX BUcU of all klada, BlUi aollwtod fafSty
IDcmIi, Mark Co. Arlxosa, Jas. $ta, lBvS.
Attorney t I-is"W",
Phceaix, Maricopa Coaaty, A T.
OSta, ia U Nawa Vryol, a ttia Waal alia of aaa lias.
A. E. DAVIS,
Mo die in o, ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR- AT -LAW,
Mharal Put, Ustevt Coaasy,
Will atms to Uca! boaMas l iS fta
I Tarrltoryi BMta eouoetioa, te.
The Pennsvlvania State Fishery Oommis
sioncrs aro stocking tbo rivers of that stato
with young California salmon. Tho spawn is
carefully sent from California to iiloomsbure;,
New Jersoy, and there hatched under the
caro of a stato agent. Tho young fish are
transported in largo cans by railroad to tb
points where they aro placed in tho streams,
Last month 10,000 young salmon wero turned
Iooso in the Susquehanna rirer near Harris
Wo keep on hand, a
Call ami ! U.
large Assortment of
Auctioneer and CtmiMtB
Salesroom. North Side of Plata.
J. GOLDWATER 110.,
Forwarding and Commiaurioa MareJtwrU,
Uai oa land, at kU saw GaSooa. oa BMta sis of.Flsaa)
of an livla, toc.lkar will a Urj. uatk oi
CARETTJLIjT oblected cigars
Wallapal Anay Office, large, new, complete
O0rbat,MohaveCounty, Arizona. WAW Aj0 lucnumi Miff,
Garley Street, Froitim? OraaiUi.
tbc la lofunn Ui. olo.ri aad tmblUla ccatral tbat 1
fcav or4 aa Atiar OSea at Cnbat, Wallanal OLitrl.t.
wacra i aa prtpana vt
malatai, I Bar.
do aaj work ia tb. Ita. at ay
cts per lb; Lwinc & Curtlss, for issuo to
troops, beef, 13 eta per lb; mutton, 15 cts per
lb; beef and muttoif, 13,65 cts per lb.
At Camp Grant, Thomas J. Bidwell, for
iasus to troops, beef, 111; cts per lb; mutton,
lit cts per lb.
At Camn Verde. Campbell & Baker, for
issue to troops, 12 cts ier lb.
At Fort Whipple, Campbell &. Jiaker, for
Issue to troop, beef 10 cts per lb ; mutton,
It! cts pcr-lb; J. 11. Leo, tor issuo to troops.
beef, 11.85 cts per lb; mutton, 11.85 cts per
lb j for sales to officers, beef, 11, eta per lb;
mutton, 11 cts per lb.
Class 2. Iieef cattlo and mutton sheep, on
Fr all tho posts, C. P. Head & Co., beef
cattlo 5.95 cts per lb, net; mutton sheep, 0
cts per lb, net: r. t. rosier, tor entire tern
ton', to bo delivered in one delivery, at Fort
w hippie, beei cattle, 7 cts perio, net l mutton
sheep, 12cUporlb, net; to bo delivered at
each post at ono delivery, beef rattio, 8 cts
Eadncod Prion ta SnittJba Tins, viti
8is(la Auajt lor Lad, Odd aad SUTtr tltO
Slcgl. Aikji ibr Copper .... ,5.00
aiac'a Amaj for Coppar, Of.ri aad Sllr.r. 7J
Silt r BolUua taalted and AtMjrad at 9 pr oast of Tils.
fmo.1 Mediae or. will ctwri tha follow lir ral. i
1-DlT.nM lb on, aad nit UwrouUv: and aboatttra
oaseM of aach aanpla ; If ntnra Uua oa aaapla, taark
u. hd. is piwn Bg-aru. iuiaiia rirca or rtrora taau.
u ara, AaMyar.
Camp Mohnvc, Arizona.
Groceries, Provisions, Liquors,
Camp Mohara, Ariioaa. Jaaaarr V, 1873. JslS
All klsda of BlatkaraKfctas;, Wagoa-aaaUag aad ra
driac doa la rood (tjrla by
fM5f rsco.0, aaxcRX.
Nest door to the Minsk Office, Prescott.
GOOD LAGER BEER,
Liquort and Cigan,
Always on hand and for aale.
JOHN RAfBLC, rropriatcr.
Pmentt, January 13, 1PT2,
Tilton's Steam Wnshc?
JUDOS II. BROOKS, of Prtsoott, aai tit rl'bt to taaa
per lb. net: mutton sheen. 13 cts per lb. net:
D. A. Bontiett & Co., beef Cattle, U.87 CtS per ufactur and' iU tUas 'inacbla.f, aod na wlllb plaaaad
lh not- F Mainh &. Co beef cattle 6 42 eta 1 10 further iafonoatioa erwfrtda(r thetn. Tkarsica
ID, noi, l. aiavan yo., oeei cailie,0.4i CtS f maohla. k.r. will nol fall far abort of t2S. ThU.
per lb, net ; mutton sheop, 5yJ each ; 1 bomas owinr u. fact tbat tb. bottoma of tbo h nad. ara
.1 liichvpll hrf i-nttln tI rtB rur lh? Kirini of eoprr.
X- rrtU. KrMilfl ifl').i.'r,..ll. rJ.DJOn.irflhtMwaheri an baaeau attha rtoraof 8.a
"i "'!"' ; t'-' '"I b'"'0!, Kotera, HooUj Mootfiuina BlTtet. PySSIf
mutton sheep, C.25 cts per lb, gross; beef
nrn FEED AND SALE STAILE.
r. . . ,,-.rr, ,-
bell it Baker, beef cattle, 5 eta por lb, net;
George W. Bowers, beef cattle, 5.85 cts per
List of awards made on proposals for sup
plyinc'fresh beef and mutton and subsUtenco
supplies in Department of Arizona, opened
January 10th, 1874, by General M. P. Small,
Fresh beef and mutton on the block: F.
Marsh and Lionel 31. Jacobs.
For, issue to troops: Fresh boef 12-89 cts
per lb; mutton, 14.80 cts per lb ; forsalo to
ofneersj fresh beef, 13.24 cts per lb ; mutton,
10 cts per lb.
0, P. Head fc Co., fcr all the posts adver-i
BROOKE & LINN.
Pmooti, October SI, 1JG8.
FRESH MEAT AND VEQETAILES
. AT TUE ....
PIONEER MEAT MARKET,
GRANITE BTREET, PRE8COTT,
Eat plenty of both, aod yen will toos b as itros j- u sa oz,
hsih ouu.f, aaa u anas aroasa u wawi, as a rTHl
J-rwsott, Aafoit 13, 18TJ,
WM. X.KCU.V, v.a.
Kelly Sb Stephens,
Fancy Goods, Yankee Kotiont,
rrcsb rrait, Oardexi Seeds, o,
Fraaoott, Jaaaarr IB, 1673 jolS-TJW.
VTboleaala aadHeUU taltra Is.
Groctries, Provtaloav, Clotbltafi Bta 4k
8toa, Xalqaors, Crockery, llardyart
Vjixsulng aud attalag IaFleatttt,
Southeast Com or of Vlxta. PtMcott, Jk, V
Ttjxx ruaaxtA. THtorciuj; Lojuii-o,
Purcella & Lolflllon,
H&va now oa band, at UitAr Buck SToac; Saraaaa'a A&
atend), OoodwU Straat, alt ktsda of
GROCERIES, PROVISION ,
CLOTHING, BOOTS Ac 8KOX8,
MINING TOOLS, LZQUOtB, 4&,
Whkb tbay offar Us aala eaaap. S,VStf
CHARMIIM DALE STATtttf,
Four Miles East of CampHttytyai.
KaTsr falllas; WATER, la abaadaaea. JJAY
sad ORAIK always taady tar taatastafs. .saW
T. B. Cartir aT Ladt, SvyaiteteTMtsaU. '
BAR AND BILLIARD SALOON..
Montezuma Street, Corntr (Jar ley."
LARGEST AND BEST SALOON.
IN NORTUERX ARIZOMjL
dtaldwtf A. L. UOVUIbZpitj.
Water and tba baat W
aad Oaaalsa at DS. CEHOALL'
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