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Vol. XI. No. 10,
THE ARIZONA MINER.
FubUahod Daily nn4 Weekly,
Preicott, Yavapai County, Arizona,
. JOHN" II.IAiUtOX As CO.
JnllV II. MAIIIUX. r,EXJ. II. WKAVML
rn II iti.r Aniziitf A MlSKIt wti .bitted Doceintwf
Immediately after lh complvtlun ArUima. flrt
teleaWh line, l pnblLb t in Hie evening, nf Monday,
Tuesday. Wcdnee-Uy, Thursday nnd SatupUy, ir em:h
week,1 ad will always -jntaln Till'. LA1KST. lUSST nnd
MOST RUAni.K Inai "' ' pnwurtti oy ei'f rnjm,
Mill. KiurrM aed all other tulf ine.ni..
tckhm ov Kuiwewrrio. Delivered by enrrW, (ti
lil mlrei every Mttunuty;, nru i'nara a ny
Mall, nvil liol.laiw tot TUrefl Moatlis.
On Friday, t WcEKI.V MOKK, ronlnlolnjrt.l.nfaplilo
Weivs to Jbn hiur if frnj; to frtu, will If fural.hed till
AlivsartsWo UATem. In either the PMlly M Weolely.-
Oil la'ch (12 Hii uf Oil tfV)t lu column. 9.1 00 fur dfrt
(uifrtliMt, Itnil 01 SO pre I sell fur each additional Intertloa.
A llimi illimimt fmm almve nd.4 Will 1w wade In tier-
.OB,;EK-ay ailvertlM largely by lh year, half ear or
IWihmt tl bulirt eard. bttertt-d utuu reason.
pereosa Madlng fit mtiny for .iitneriptlim, aJr.rlUlnff
ur b" work, way &.irifanl It hy mull, or oUierla, ut
Tim WJBKKLY MINER.
Tt fire! dbmoef of the WBKKLT Jflveit'Wai IasuH oa
3trtk a lWil, fl. now, la.thK IU elerentlt ye. It
ti wlbj 1ru(ti, aUdie til be tw oldeil, lurffet'andbet
C ' Trfltjr.
OatCTf, Vmr.. . 57.03
M HIv Muallu .00
Th W..... 2.60
ttfti TtHiler Stiff Ult at par inagmtnt or iuh
jttiftian, adrcrtuinj and jot) wort.
fyTCBM." oit HtkirMAy.
dJrcn all ordm and t.ttrr. to
JOHN" II.MAIIIO.V J..CO..
(rraa tf-unlay". Dolly.)
MititAor ani I.NDUS Nkwj. A letter
from Unjt Hutnilton'a command, telegraphed
jrom Tcraoo tliit morning, ropoti hitn scout
jog in tho Santa Teresa inouutaii?, rioi? the
Head of the Aravayjia eanoa. On the 20th
jnsU, Caitt Hamilton divided hi command,
Heaving one part under Lieut I loch v, 5tU car
nlry, and taking tho other, in person, march
ed across the mountain until within Un
tailes f the Aravaypa creek, where he savr
jsigna of tlio vicinity of a r&nchtria, which he
surrounded on tho morning of the Sl.t, and
opened fire. The Captain' plana were Iru.
tniaA ty oao ol hi Apache aoldicra who
Jirwl too soon, tlitiit giving the hnttlle Indi
ans aa Una of the jioitlon of our tfCfps, who,
JioweSor, billed one Indian and captured one
other, aIm five hoHes, two burros, ainmuni
lion, aaddlea, bridles and provisions.
During Captain Hamilton's atiscoce, Lieut
Sachs bml discovered a;iothcr raociioria
which he dtatrojed, with all iu contenU, cap-
taring M.mter of onfmala and exchanging
ahoto with the retreat! Bg Indiana.
Ob the 22d, a messenger was eent to Capt
Hamilton, by the band lus had attacked, ak
Ing leave to aurrendcr, which was granted,
and the entire party to tho number of ninety
two, headed by their chief, Caaador, snrrcB-i
lcred, and were marched back to San Carlos.
Among tie number were 27 young warrlora.
While returning to the reswrire, Capt Ilamii
ton received another message, this time from
Stanislaus, who tusked leave to come back
With his people to San Carlos. The Captain
was to start again on February 2Cth.
No news from tho commands of Handall,
JUco or Uabcock.
L!eu Schuyler expects to Icavo McDowell
3Iarch Stb, and will scout the Pinal and ilea
All tho commands arc well provided with
Ixnuy Ma HAunr.as. To-day's telegrams
from Phoenix, detailing accounts, of ' rpceat
.robberies, committed by Apaches, on inUus
.trious white and Indian rcsiden,U of theOila
valley, put ns In mind of old times in Ari
zona, when tho staple news of tho Territory
was made up of murders and robberies of
.whites by Apaches. It is really too bad,
Jtbts wholesale robbery of hard-working citi
zens nud good Indian by Howard's iets
the Ban Carlos Apacheswho,, it appears,
have not been improved by tho "ps3'''"-jlbffc-f
Howard; .the Sunday scbobV.teachi
ings of Whitman, or the advice of Howard's
ioily-4ninmou r rascals, wfio, for gain, mado
fraudulent affidavit wrote lying letters on
tlio conduct of these some Indians, and so
got Government to shield them from Crook
.and hl, soldiers, who, now that they havo
ifultswttigut thum, will, we hope, learn them
:tht leswns taught the Apaches of this vlcin
llty and of die W.hlte. Mountains.
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Tlw road leading from Prescott to Cali
;fqrnli via Hardy vilje, is said to bef rery wct
and muddy'i especially the part thereof
ground Soda Lake.Califomia. Mr Hardy is
.already repairing tho, .Arizona endof tho
l,tuAionr.u Si-R op x -Jltsp. A private
?cttcr from Mincntl Park, Mohave county,
informs lis that the reported 'salo of thoPnlr
flcld mino to San Fxauclsco people, had
jreached Mineral Park.
The 2m of April next will be tho fifty,
sfeth. anolrrsary of the Order of Odd Jjc
Jows !n tho foiled States, The Most Wor
thy Qmtad Hiio has issued a proclamation,
recommending that tho day be observed by
thanksgiving nd prayer to flod for His njan-
Tho j3hronicIe gives full particulars of the
wrustlftjg matabVbetween McLaughlin and
Whelan.. 3IoLa.ugbln worsted tho Cdiop
champion and pockotod $2,000.
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We learn from tlio Heaver (Utah) Knter-
,j)a that work on tho ndlitary buildings
twrw-.IW i0w.ii uas. been resumed.
(Kruni 8liihl !)!!).)
LIEUT. WJIKELKlt ON TUB INTKll.
Having already disposed of certain fnlc ns-
ncrtlons about tho mineral nnd nKricuUural
resources of Arizona, contained in u pw
graph which, wo believe, first appeared in
tho Chicago Inter-Ocean, which paper claim
ctl to havo got its " facts " from a report ol
Lieut Wheeler, all that in now necessary
for ns to do is to publitb tho following cor
respondence, concerning the matters at Issue,
between our Delegate in Congress and the
Lieutenant, arid to request d republication ol
the same by our Chicago contemporary :
HOUSE Oi ltEl'KEHKXTATlVEH,
Wabuisotox, I. C.f February (J, 1874. J
To the Editor of the Arisona Miner;
DearSir: Fludluj: nn Item golnc tho round of
tho prcts, (and loraclliuci accrvdltctt to. tho Oil
cftL'0 Intcr-OtvAttl. to the cflect that Lieut Wliecl.
er lmJ, lir' rk-n rrnurt, ft letter, spoken of the
reioarcetor Arizona in very aiapsmK'n? tirnt,
I caIIuiI hi attention to tlio nritu-r, and have Juk
received the cneloocd rctpouto from lilm. It may
be well, Injustice to liOth the Territory and to
Lieut Wlieelcr, to pulilUli It nnd cud a copy to
the luler-Ocvau. Yours, truly.
It. C. McCohmick.
WAittsoTo.v, D. C, February 5, IS74.
.1y Ptiar Sir: Your note of the 4tli Is nt luod.
You are ut perfect liberty to correct the uuluir
counrlion presented lu tho article, as nothing
that linn come from myself, or, ao fir as I know,
from any one or thu expedition, cither verbally
or by ollicl.! report, Jn.Ofir thu statement. In
deed every ycir Iris added in my faltli lu the de
velopment of Arizona, bulb lu n tiilocra! and ag
ricultural point ol view. I always Intend to bu
very guarded In nny remarks liearln upon tliu
rcdourccs of the West. I hare always commend
ed, when favorable opportunity otfured, the legit
imate InterviU oi ail sct'tlons traverned by tlio
I shall bo glad to rc you at the olllcc, F
street, should you llml tlie time ; you cm tee how
tticln.ips arc proj;reliu:, and perhaps note some
thing of Interest. Very respectfully yours,
uno. m. wiinr.LKti.
Tbo rainfall tip till to-day Is about 11 Inches.
Although this Is nhuudani our more fortunate
ticlghbura bare had nearly 13 luetics.
The foregoing from the Santa Barbara
(California) Time, enables us to remark,
with truth, that Arizona is among the "more
fortunato neighbor," since the seaMin has
given her about fourteen Siebcs of water,
from snow and rain.
Gen. Harney ay that teoplu who sell
whiky to Indians should be punished by
shooting or hanging. Further, that, if Ar
my ofliccrs have not changed much since he
knew them, tho management of ' Indians
would be much better in their hands.
The National Granger platform, whScli ap
pears to 1x3 a scuiible document, ii printed in
to-day's SIiskh. '
from MowUy'. aUy.
MILITARY NEWS DEPARTMENT OP
Col Lcib, 5 th cavalry, Lieutenants Win
ters, Smith, Witherspoon and Kdwards, 23d
infar.try, and a detachment of recruits for
regiments in this department, sailed from
San Frani;ico last week, by way of tho Gulf,
for Yuma. Cpl Llcb goes to Camp Grant,
and the others new appointments have
not yet lecn assigned to companies.
Lieut Wra Allen has been ordered to Camp
Major Gordon, 5th cavalry, is at Yuma, and
leaves for Tucson to-morrow.
Lieut Kockwcll, II Q. M., 5th cavalry,
reached Tucson to-day.
LieuU Woodson and Uodgers, 5th cavalry,
arc a( .Sid Diego, en route to their stations.
They go to Camp Grant.
The Territory of Montana costs Govern
ment in tho neighborhood of 83,000,000 per
annum, and yet we hear no complaint from
Congress on this score. No; the bilious
nieralKrs of that Ku-KIux Klan empty all
their vials of wrath upon Arirona, because,
we suppose, Arizona's Delegates have asked
for more and received less than tho Delegates
of any other Territory.
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No Go. U. S. Senator Sargent, of Califor
nia, has said that he cannot assist m procur
ine- mail service from the cnu of the uauior-
nia Southcn Pacific Itaiiroad, in his State, to
Hardyvillo in this Territory. Wo thought
n much. What has Congressman Houghton
to say on the subject 1
Tho question is whether that Indian, of
Captain Hamilton's command, wjio lircu ins
cun a little too soon for tho IwnoGt of tho
white roan nnd just in tho nick of time for
the Indians, didn't make tlio explosion on
i.tirnoso to notify his "countrymen" of tho
presence of danger? Opinions aro divided,
but most white people bulievo that tho ration,
ed Jphny out to be "retired."
Conobess nllows the Secretory of pur Ter
ritory $20,000 fdr running expenses of the
legislature, besides $4,000 for printing, which
latter num. or a coodlv portion of it, has al-
ways been'snent outside oi tc lernwry,
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although our laws Dcar nome impnata,
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FinsT QoiJtTKn. The Daily Mikkii has
weathered the wjnd aild linancial ?forms of
tho first throo piouths of tho present pan
icky winter with fair prospects for a long
and useful life, and takes this occasion to re
turn thanks to all who have in any way as
sisted in nursing it.
EpiTOiis, Tho following JoiU Wiling defi
nltloa of nn editor: An editor a male being
tthosobltlncsslrtouavlknte a uum paper lie
writes cdltorltls, grluds put poetry, Inserts deaths
and wcddlnirs. sorts out nmnuskrlpt. Keeps, a
waste basket, blow, up tho "devil," suals matter,
fltes Other pcepla's bittles, sell his par for n
dollar aud a-balf a year, takes white beans and
apple aass for pay wheu be can get' Jt, rallies a
large family, work ulnetaeo hours out ov every
twenty-four, know no Suuday, glu dsmmed by
-.,p.imItiv And onroln a while whlpl bl some.
buddy; llv twor, dlos middle-aged nd ofwa bro
keu baarted. leaves no mousy, U rewarded for a
life ov toil witn a snort ou ino wnuj j-u .
tbo nuic paper. Exchapgps please ropy, 1 .
WIESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY
f Prom Monday' bsll'.J
A110VT CALltfoRNtA LWNS.
Hakdvyim.k, MohavoCountv, A.T., )
. January 30, 1874. $
To lh( JUllor of the Arizona Miner :
On my way from Prescott to this place, I
stopped for tho night nt old Camp Huslpal.
On the morning of tho 17th Inst., I started
early, in order to tako advantage of thclittlo
frost oh the ground which made it bettor
traveling over the clay 'flats that aro found
near Anvil Hock. I reached the suinmlt ot
the Aztec Pass quite early; tho wind was
blowing cold and the uir wai full of snow,
and I pulled a blanket alwut my face and
Urged my horse forward as fast as I could. 1
had not traveled one milo from tho summit
of the Pass when my horse stopped ; I looked
forward and In tho road, not llfty yards from
me, I taw two cougars (commonly called
California Hons). .Olio of them turned
around so as to show himself to tho best
advantage possible. The other, a smaller
one, got down close to the ground and acted
as though he intended to spring at my horse.
I lor. no time in getting out my pistol, and
as soon as my horse was quiet enough, fired
at the creeping monster. I undershot my
mark. TJie ball struck a rock about one foot
in advances of the creeping lion and glanced
oil" with a sharp whistling noise. At this
moment I observed five other monsters of the
same species rise up from the dry grass, close
by the roud side. Now, all seven hopped off
about twenty pace to the right of the ruad,
and stopped on open ground, within sixty
yards of me. Now, this was the first hop of
the season, and hero was 1, nn uninvited
guest; but, I hastily took Hem, and, as it is
customary to describe dress and nppearance
at fashionablu hops, I will record items as
1 took them : three of the lions were very
large, in fact, monsters of their species, and
would weigh at least three hundred pounds;
tho others were smaller, but I should judge
the smallest to weigh at least one hundred
pounds. It being mid-winter, furs Were all
the rage. The three largest of these fellows
wore a dark gray Iwrdering'on a brown coat,
being n little lighter on their sides ; in front
and under their bodies was wliitu and ap
peared liko white lace or down. The fourth
was a Httle smaller, and his dress was a little
darker in cnlor. The three smallcrones were
drvs-icd in n dark che&nut coat; on tho sides
it bordered on yellow with the same lace or
downy trimming. Their dresses glistened as
they turned and resembled changeable silk ;
their movements were with much grace and
case, They all wore tails at least four feet
long, and full three feet more than a lion had
any use for. but, I jresume, long tails are
fashionable In these parts, If not, each honor
lioness had to carry his or her own tail, and
it was not lor me to say how long a tail a
lion should carry.
One of the larger ones, which I took to be
a mother Of a part of the group, sat down
liko a cat; she raised her great pay and lick-1
L and then rubbed her car and side of her ;
head as a cat would. Tho movements were
awkward but easy. If she was washing her
fact) she should have done so before coming
to the hop. The second large one set very
quiet and looked on. Tho third large one,
which I took to bo a male, kept a little In the
rear, and appeared to be uneasy, as though
ho expected reinforcement from another-direction,
and I earnestly hoped that no others
would appear, as there were already enough
for the occasion.
The fourth, a lively fellow, put his big
. . . , . j
paws on a largo pino root, uini proiruucu
above tho ground and raked it down as
though he was springing a littlo bluff. Tho
bark Hew in every direction. As n scratcbist
this fellow,, was a decided success. Jit the
titno tho three male ones lay down
close to the ground and rivited their eyes on
mo or on ray horso and commonced crawling
u as thoush they would liko a more tnti-
mato acquaintance. I had heara tbat it one
looked a lion in tho face it wpuld turn away;
bat how could I look three lions in tho oyo
at the same time? Impossible. Now I would
liked to bavq compromised this whole mat
ter by giving a horse, but my horse was
trembline with fear, which plainly told mo
that he would not stand to any bargain of
this kind. I looked for a sapling, but they
do not grow in this part of Arizona ; none
but larce pines were in sight, and all the
lions in Arizona could not frighten mo up a
trco that would measure four feet In diame
ter. To dismount I would make dead shot,
but then there would be six lions left and I
afoot. This would not do. I resolved to
try another shot, so I got my horse to face
the came nnd ocain I fired. As my pistol
cracked tho foremost crawler Jumped about
six feet-in tho air and struck on his feet and
bit his side as though he had been stung by
a bed. At this tho large ones moved oft to
wards n br.ushy thicket, and tho smaller ones
followed. Now this was a movo in the right
direction. As I turnod my horse to go on l
saw npproacbing mo thrpo horaomcn. They
came in time, norm top soon, I aisuro you.
They had sqcn the large, tracks In tho road
and hcapl my shots and liurricd up. I told
them of what had happened, and as tboy
were, well healed and appeared to bo roon
that hud scon something of frontier life, I
suggested that r it was gamo thoy wanted
they pould fjnd U in that thicket. But they
all, most emphatically denied having lost nny
lloiis.-' Thcv hanllv wailed to hear nil of my
story (!) but passed on. As I started on my
way tuy bono wanted to run and appeared
very fresh. Previous to this he seemed a
UfXlo "played" and tired, but ho would now
and then look- back and then "kit." For the
nast twelve davs mv horo can see a lion
whenever ho wants' to. Tho fact is he has
what Is called .lion on tho brain. If ho does
not rccovcrWon I will sell him or trade hitn
off for a mule.- - -
EVENING, MARCH (i, 187 i
D'wm TuctdayV l)lly,)
MOM VAMP McUOYELL.
A (lrol (fyta Mad, Carting a-i(t ZtUlngt,
By fetter dated Camp McDowell, Febru
ary iln., we learn that Mr. John Smith, of
thatphce proposed to carry inaifit over tho
Prescolt nd San llernard'mu - route for
S24j4(Wjjor annum, just S0XK1 more than the
amount bid by Van Dujen, nd that he and
his fridxlj feel a If the bidding, at Wash
ington, was not on the square.
Smioj learning that it was Mr1, Smith's pur
pose Qput a good line of stages on the route,
wo csroot but regret that hi bid was not
the.lorcst, as he has mean and could well
affonl V tako the risk (Jf any thpre be) of a
Hrt-chMmailahd passenger stage line.
Tbcvriter of the letter Wonders why the
tnSiYWa T'tcson vntl other puinla south of
tho Gila lad not fur a long time past, arrived
tuercr anu i cemwl to tbinK that there was
no valid cx u for tho long delay, since good
ferry-boatf Tiavo all along been making trips
across tbefcsdt and Gila river. We, too,
wonder, alt is several weeks since we have
had anytblig worth mentioning from south
of the dilL save by telegraph.
tlty of raiu which fell at McDow
ell, bctweiii Noveml)cr 1, aud, February 21,
is set dutri
at 10.75 inches.
Special Diipatchcs to the Arizona Miner,
By western Union and V. S.
i Military Lines; -
Pho;nlx, fcb. 27. Mr. Tboa. Kwing, who
came in from Tucson last ovenin?. linii'-s the
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lonowing pvueutars oi inuian acprcuaiious; -
luc iiiuir ui wiu -iu, iuy nivacMiu i
ohict raireitncar riwrence, cut oowu iuuj
corral gates snu ran oil all the stock, Aj
party followed tbesr trail and succeeded in
recapturing eight head the secund day out,
but the Jndijns sot away with the balance
The tame night they attacked Itegan's,
one inlte below Stiles' on the Gila, and ran
oir a fine herd of horses and mules.
Tbo day following they stole twenty head
of cmvs and several horses from tlio Pious
on tho cast side of Salt JUvcr. Among the
liorvft stolen was a team of carriage borse
belonguig to Ubas, VY, lieactk a, learaswri
Vaslvin- Aslceo vtfVto l.ws.l- tie
tncks showed that one ot tho indu&s stood j
guira over mm, gTiuenuj-, iof mo purpose oi
kinlng him should he show any sign of
svtktng. They drove the horsel about two
mHes from tho ranch where they killed
a&l nte one of them. It is supposed they
were a small party and unable to make a
flrht. Itinni tho fiteilincr without mUnlerinz.
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On the 25th several Indians were - soea at
no more depredations ar? reported I
Pbrenix, Feb. 2d. Jose Soleito undertook
to cross Salt River last Sunday, at the Wil-
Ma crossing, and wiis drowned. The body
hss not been found yet.
A pistol fired, accidentally, last night,
woonded a woman In the thigh-
Mr. Mowrcy and Judge Atsap have gone
to Maricopa Weill.
11. W. Franks and party, left here this
morning for Prescotu . : .
The Indians, at Tempe, still (continue to
steal stock. Some twenty imimals, in all,
bing reported. .
A dance was had last night Jn the court
The quarterly conference of the Methodist
clurch commenced last night.
Weather clear and warm.
Tucson, March a. Mr E. N. Fish arrived
Ust Thursday evening from Carap Grant,
and brines news that Capt A. B, Taylor, 5th
cavalry, with a command of trodp, recently
a sciivureu mu oau vauw iiiii" m uvu,
about fifteen miles porth of old Camp Grant,
in tho Mescal mountains.
force was insufficient for a snea-sful battlo
bo returned to Camp Gnxnt for reinforce
ments. On Wednesday all the available
troOtw at Grant were started out, Major
Drown, commanding Camp Grant, U doing
all ho can to equip nnd keep out troops
The Government stores from tin iucson
depot have all been removed to Camp Low
ell, and the depot abandoued,
Many cattlo nnd somo mules wero lately
lost about Hookers ranch, O'ltclliefa station
ml ltiTMn tliiwn t1iw and Grant. Thol
animals mired down in places whereald could
not reach them.
Tho noted and novel bet made on the 23d
of January, between Do Pong, of Tucson, and
McCrtim, of San Francisco, lias been with
drawn, as, witness thu telegram J
San Francisco, Feb. 21.
To S. It. DeLowr. Tucson: Satisfied can
make it. Forfeit lost; stakes withdrawn.
The bet was for 82.000 ou tho part of
DoLonir. that ho could rldo hi fiorso "Jerry"
from hero to San Francisco In twenty-llvo
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dtiv. Innomrr Tnp.nn Alnrfli 131111. find nrrlV -
ing at San Francisco on or before April 14th,
and on tho part of McCrum that the Jeat
liUUlU UOb UO UUHC. H iuilt.ll. -v. ..."
i i. .1 ,r: r.r nn
hundred dollars, which has beon given to Air
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Wcathor hat been very warm and pleasant
fnr lm nml f,,a.- l.iva. T.i.dnv tho air
.ii.t .I.. ..i... ...ui. i:i. ...ili.M.cf
iiinu, mu our uuuui iiu 'b"" luu"' "
breeze. . Thermometer at a. ni.. oiw, .
i. W.II.UKU.I0, EUtflC.lir.l.l.lXW, CII.VKIU
Salt Rivor Valley, Arizona.
Onr Milt n TIfnf bi full operation, .ant l'trjwii
to furiihh tli tiMrt't vlih k.iiallly vf V Unit, .
trimranlpx fcr tuvriit any rouuitfiwturm) oih'jtrtf
lury. and fully uii! olhf iry l.t liniinl mm Cali
fornia. Wf will hrfp cooiUiDtly on baud at Ui. tjlj imd
t vur mi ral gf uttr, .
THRIIB QUAIilTIBS OF FIiOUIL
In 25, 50, and 100-P6und acks
j CRACKED WHEAT AND BR ATT.
A Ulral dUrotinl win N- de on enJar rates a
rn.ncbsutl and ntlion (urrluiiiC lrjn qaamttln.
J. It. J'if.bmov
IUkAKTT A. ItliXTC
Jtixmr. A Cauu
ti. N. Klsrt A Co
K. 'iH Co-
W. B. lELLIEOS k CO,
Kait llt ill, Arizona,
Phcenix, A Arizona,
Thr nadrrifrMd bavlnf of .ed till llol'l, unm tb
tniblin tbat tra viu nr w will be .-iimt Ui ttnxVr 1(
Tlir, 1 Mrt uf b Tmltury. i
MIogHr rxHnt fr laiyllin. In conprttlon with tU. Ilntrl.
A gwd Kubl and lrd Yard atHd M th prtul.
CVm m, cum. all
Ad4 iflr. ur a call,
wrtll.' J, J. OAnUI.Xr.lt, l'rorrlelor.
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- 1C ()JJ Cji jSt & CO
pHOJlSXS SAXiT RIVER yAIL",
MORGAN'S FERRY. ON THE GILA
Maricopa County, Arizona,
Osr Mvtto; 'Quici-Sria aud SvuiU ProJU? '
J. Gold writer & Bro.,
Rats a a Lrt a4 tt&ffeta fitted f
gVest prfc viM CiJs. W
,,- j. x. turn.'
XELVt3$TE Sc CO,
in . -.- i- -r -.--rT mo
r A. ax A Xt X uivuwnxxjo,
NEWSPAPER- AND rERIODICAZS
A1 LOW TKICES.
rbwoUt, Maries C rlccr DKber !S,'iel.
JOHN GEOIKiE, Proprietor.
Tba atlr djrtoirc!-rUl be coodietod oa Uw m-
taanuit.iy).. XCAI-S XT ALL HOUliS.
D-rtiniL VrROltni: -WAL'i'EKS, tsU b-W-
tlit with tlio Liwt of Ulnar., r
reuraix, iiAncM awaiy, ug,
1IAR1YETT & BLOCK,
Groctritt, JV-w Omlng, JJryQocdf
Rootft Timcco, dc.
PlIQINIX, SIjC.iSQ?A CoUKTr, ABIZOXA.
trTT-n,.u oUmnrlhitB anv other merchants In
, cenirai Arizona
New Store4"-New Goods.
EVER OFFERED ifi THIS MARKET.
nagnX. and art now tauuig awi ..nnS w -
NEW AND COMMODIOUS STORE,
South Sld0 of rb3, Preaoott, Arissona,
( Oat door Eait of Wmr Si Vi'crth.lnirr'.;
coxjir.Twt, jy .abt, oy
Foreign and "Domeio Dry Goods,
Clothing, BaolJj, Shoes, Gaiters
Of a Wnds and, (?., fur Kile S gentl-n and boy.,
ouu ktock. "Avwrt akrn "SV-V.1
I Eat ram by una of Xtp flv... f.bo will rmal lo Hin
1 Y. t , ,.j . nuJ.
I n I. .., Vh.. r- ... Il.n
I A Unit JUIV'IHIIVI V - m " " ' " " - - -
fure nuiB i m qaaUy and juUfuuiity ta tba
I .na iitf4W .nttrlt & fth.r of lb
bHo eihg twA 'A-m r -ois and
is vri"aat Utl to Hr oawi .enjawtioij.
I - iicnril CO
l ur uirrencj mvuiu i m ,tc u
1 rrruoiL November . U73. -mssu
Business & Professional Cards.
ATTOftHEY -nd COUNSELOlt-AT-LAW,'
Tnt-uiUt Atxnliii, n -
Will frat Uw UI. frUocslxu aatt tli Cvnrt.of Iba Trrof y
n. it. CAiirrcn. t. u CAiiTtKa, iit. K
H. H. CARTOB & SON, .
Attorneys stud dmmclors ut hnw.
I're.cntt, nviaj Cnunty, Arfaonn.
Vf ) nurad I -iv-aia ih nil llm eonrts of lh T.rrldrry'' lis
J. P. HAEGIIAVE, -'V-i
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOH-AT-LAW 'l
Montezuma strett, Prescott, Arisona,
ATTORNEY COUNSELOR-AT-LAW? ' '
"t". f ruAt. Aritorm. .'
tTOHjS A RUSH;'
Attorney at TJ&yy
I TjccuIx, Arizona, ". " , "
Wll rtrlerfy atUnd til all biwin entmrtwj to aim, la IbiT"
aeTfrai.utiri a mmm inwi.,RLr ; ma f
PrCTrttfittlmtt9CoUectl'-i. 3 . ,;;u,
J. E. rqCAFFRY, :, wy
ATTORNEY a.1 COUNSELOR-AT-LAW .
Main tf T-t, Tucaok; A.T. '-r.:f
J. N. MoOAiTDLESS, ,
PHYSICIAN A$ SD-RGEON
Offlie5onli,,Sld t JTI-t-, I'rrott. 1f' f
Jnstico of the Feact; and Notary Public;
wm. a. it;srcocKf
Notary Public antt Conveyancer. t
Ulnnlc Drelarntory Statmcnfa,
A ad f-pil Btaak. of n klada, )3U1 eoltainl rroafUljr ,
ITjorrvIr, MarS-r Co. AHmoo, Jaa. tth. IgiS.
Attormiy at Liaw'
Phcenix. Haricopa Conntyt A,T. ' .
OUr. la Uc Jirpat, m U) AV Ale of tba Plasa
A TTORNE V an&CjpuKSE Wjl - AT-LAW,
1Ce ?3ok,'k&at:Ccrt7( Arf, '
Will rtr4 WkHilItMna la' aH' tSs" ooU of
Territwyi teak. ea.WU.r. 5: . -ft -kir
r . j 1 1 1 - t
Aucllea6?r tmi Cmiilnlon
Salesroam ltoTth Side of Plaza,
J. GO,UATER & BE0.,
Forsrariir.ii ttBfl Ccfxaiasioa Merckaiit,
Fred. WiHfami , ,
lias ob hand, athU S-.loon, on north slda of Wata
FINE!TvV,-yE0 XIQUOBS '
of all itUxU. .fVt 7 a Wf tiotk
CAREFUXJiY " HB -ECTED CZO-AltS
Location of Mi?n Claims,
FOR BiVLE AT OFFICE. -
-v-. nr Vllr." uwiLI en into tl cotratir with
out a .apply of thM y liandy and oanei rco'ty-road
II UY YOUR
RESH MEAT km VE6ETAKES
PIONEER MEAT MARKET,
GILANITK (STREET, PRESCOTT,
a. rturi, aiuwd tb walat, as a rml-
a. bt a. oncf . .
H U. 51. SXtXT, V. A. STcrncva,
KeHy & Stephens,
Vt VKAlCia! '
CS-Ni'EUTICJs ARY, 2S U ATS,
Toljr.cco jaiid Cigars,
Fancy Qoods, Yankae Notions,
rjeac, iTuit, Oardan tiaeas, eto.
CHAJKQ mi STATION,
Four 3De8 Kao? Camp'llHUjrnL.
N.ier bllr)' WA5r.K, fat aAaUDee, HAY ,
mrul nA!T wav.rtr xvumi.
T. . Ciena: .ASH Alt Saaaade-U.
BAR km IILLIARD 1M.00N,
lltmiwk Street; Corasr Qurley.
LAB?P4 ANl BEST SALOON
JN NOMTILVRN ARIZONA
dcld,-f. j, 4.i,M0ELLKB)!rw"-
The Post Tradr Store,
t - . a,lAT.'s
Port Whipple, Arizona,
Keep for Sal,
Gnxtrkiy ftwttfant, Can FiuVt, CfolltHf
Do(tf,-Shtt, StdiUmtry, FaeGood$t
' T&ht&y Cigars, ttc
orAtr. 6WEnB, r-rrie-
and UvH-Atua'atfjiRfKeyALtr rkM".brof t4tr
. V.ilr amllh. iwd wrurbt s Colii