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Vol. XI. Xo. 23.
PKESCOTT, AHIZOXA, FllIDAY EVESLNG, JUSE 5, 1S74.
THE AKIZOXA 3IIXEK.
Published Daily and Weekly,
Prescott Yavapai County, Arizona,
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I HE DAII.r AKIZ'tV MlVKK was started IierembT !T.
1S7IJ. immetliatriv after tlie completi.! of Arizona's first
telejrmpb line, i pubiinheii on the evenings of Mon,iay.
Tnejlay. Ve-!iiel:iy. Thursday and Saiunliiy. of each
week, and will always contain THK LA1K-T. !:EST and
MfsT UKI.IAr.LE NKw that can le procured ty Tel-rraph.
Iail. Kspres an-1 ail otiier tair means.
TF.IIMS of Slusrnil'TWX. Delivered by carrier to sul
scribers in I'rvscott. Kurt Whipple ami virinity, FIFTY
CENT A WEEK. rrvaMe weekly to said carrier.
Tbe IIAII.Y will he uiailei to subscriber in Arizona and
elewueref..r FOTi.EN .t.LABS a year: Ei..lir lp-llaks
for six month. : F-l"K !ni.i.ai:s for three mii:L. and ONE i .- . e . . r
ihilla R ANli FlFiV rr.NTs for one month. These are cur ! tains Southeast ol this point,
renry prices. payable in adran. e. i Col M:tson, Assistant Surireon Day, and
On Friday, the WF.EKI.T MlNF.lt. eontainitis telecrapliic i " "ninn;in. came in from the Verde yester
ueirs to the hour of troinir t t pre, wiii be furnished ail .1...
IlillT nlu.Hm.r. iriTl 1,-,'ri rh,r .U1 tCHII! .
ft m-p-rtJ!, 1 . rc ; .!.. Ii.. ,. ... Tfn.-'.-
miDch Unes ..f thi ryr-). in n-iiimi. isi f.,T V.rst
inerrion, and Si so ir inch fur each ailitionai iirt-im.
A liberal dinant fmm al-ve rnte will be made to per-
hm who may advertise larpely by the year, haif year or .
fnrf-ssHnal and business cards iuierted upon reasona-
Pmouc wmliiis- n mnney fir sulmrnpti.m. advertUinir
or job work, titiy forward it by mail, or otherwise, at
their un hk.
Tlin WEEKLY .MIXEIt.
Th first niiTniir of the Weekly MiNEi: w:k iud on
MHnrb 1. 1m4. suit. now. in this, it elvn:h year, it
an. witb truth, flaini t. be the widen, la.vet natl let
newspaper in the Territory.
Ooe Copy. One Veju- S7.00
". sixM.mtin 4 00
uSin! c.pie 25
ixial TmJer v- t ii'n ac pir in pnvtiu-iU for tui,-,
acripti'tn. adrrrtitiwj and job mark.
JTeums. In adranct inrariahfy.
Address nil order nnd letters to
"THE MUTER," Prescott, Arizona.
IFrom.SaturdaT S DaBr.J j aule opportunilj IO recommence ucpicuainig ". " ..wo,.,fe j ut-
r, ... 'ti "i o. .1 i I upon the herds crazing near there. i termg. Those who feed out of the public
Close of a oLtME.Th.s being the la,t j 'j death of rca, relit.vei olIr miniIs ! crib, from the politician down to the most
number of volume one of tne Uaily Miner, of any a,)rebensions which might previous- illiterate Methodist exhorter, are aroused and
it may be in order for us to state that, while j py uave exUted as to the permancnev of the j enraged against the spirit of the times and
the Daily lias merited the praise of manv ; peace to which the San Carlos renegades j the general intelligence which is fast expos
people it h:is not been, for us, a pecuniarv t have been compelled to submit by lieueral ; i"g the framls, fables and mysteries of their
success, but, on the contrarr, it has steadily ! Gro"k's I- focbinar one of the ; y,teins wh which they have so long con-
,. ' . ... , , J, I worst, as he was certainly the ablest of the irolled the people, and plundered the rich
drawn on the small prohts of the eeIy, of j p(wintcntiy ljostile Apaches living south of ' and poor with the authority of God and cu-
job-work, etc., until now, at the close of its ;
first six months, it has left the Minek purse Chuntz is now the only warrior of note to idols being broken and their power depart
.in a very dilapidated condition. Lut, trust- j be disposed of ; his capture mav be looked ing, and vainly endeavor to alarm and arouse
ing to better luck in the future, we shall ! for any time. ' j le straight out seventy-sixers on the one
keep ri'ht alon, issuing both la:!v and' The Apaches at Camp Verde seem anxious . 'le and the happy hunting grounders on
WeeklvT for another six months; after which i to atone for their past bad record by making j the other side, by appealing to and lauding
time we shall see what we shall see. i for themselves an enviable reputation aa 1 up the noble town team, two-bit whisky, and
Meantime, we ask friends everywhere to 1 peaceable and hard-woiking wards of the j d g a nigger. I'.ut the people have become
-exert themselves a little in behalf of an en- i nation. Their immense ditch, constructed too much enlightened and too much accus
terprise which has almost become a Territo- under the orders and supervision of Colonel I tomed to doing their own thinking, to be
rial necessity. i Mason, oth cavalryhas already been alluded j lieve that the happy hunting grounders or
We should not have started a daily so ' to in our columns as have the fields they are i Pbu-nix conventioners are infallible, and
soon, but for certain promises since broken i
to procure for this section of the Territory !
better mail facilities. At present, all that j do'ng, these Indians are turning tlieir attcu
wc have is semi-weeklv service upon two j tion to making adobes in large numbers, for
routes, and this kind of service, it appears, I the erection of suitable storehouses in which
is not adequate to the wants of our people I to preserve their supplies. It is estimated
nor to a daily tinner. With tri-weeklv- ser- ! that 8,000 adobes wTil lie needed 7.000 are
vice to Tucson and other towns south of us !
and to other places outside of the Territory,
the Daily Miner would Terv soon secure a
few hundred subscribers, which number,
lth advertising, would very soon place it on
a paying basis and enable us to enlarre it-
With these objects in view, we shall keep
right along, and endeavor to secure more
"backing" from our fel!ow-citi.ens of Ari
zona, to a great many of whom we acknowl
edge ourselves indebted for words of encour
agement and something more.
La Paz. Who knows but that this once
famous Colorado river town may once more
become an important place ? Now that the
cuMitirc miariiin tli In(Ii:tns on the t'nuirn.
.do river reserve are stationed at La Paz. the !
jtilace has prominence, life, etc., to ail of .
HVlii-in U lia, for years past, ijcen a stranger. ;
Xlontr in lS'i'2-3-4-5 ii and afterwards.
Paz was tbe Colorado Mecca to which all ; the Adjutant-General of the Army for an ex
.devout metal worshipers from California and j tension of eleven months, with permission to
inorth of there turned their laces. It was, go beyond the limits of the I'nited States.
rtoo, the supply port of all of Northern Ari-
.zona, and a great place for 'wholesale deal-1
ers au'l treit;liters. j;nt tlie laymj out ol
brenber, by Mr. UoMtrutur, lai'l La Paz
jout, until circumstances compelled General
t'rook to breathe tlie breath of life in its
.silent streets and insect tenanted bouses.
Our iiis!atcues contain news of the passage,
T.-'j the Ilouse, of a bill for tbe reduction of I
the Army. The vote stol 119 and 104,
leaving a majority of 13 in favor of reduction.
Thinking people everywhere, who have at
heart the opening and developing of our vast
frontier country; the subjugation of vile,
reckless and worthless Indians, I.xik to tiie
Senate to defeat this iniiiuitaus bill, which.
if once a law, might cause the abandonment j
of vast sections of countrv in which Amen-
can citizens are, with the aid of the military j
accomplishing great good for themselves and
the entire country
Sf E XIl'alpais. Dr n. II. Davis, of the
Colorado Kivcr reserve, who is now here, in
forms us that the Ilualpais have appeared
irappr ever s nee incy goi a-ay irom tue nat :
country and have been permitted to camp in j
ithe bills, where they get cooler breezes and
rplenty ot grass for their jwnies. Mountain General of the Department of Arizona for a
Undians, close confinement to their reserva- . sjnraent to duty
fcioa wouia very soon tumtueir ranus.
.Ir L. E. Jewell, of this place, is in receipt
of a letter from Mr A. W. Callen, dated at j
Junction City, Kansas, in which Mr C. says
hat he was about to leave for the East, with
the view of organizing a company of gentle
man to work mines here. Mr C. further
states that what he has recently seen in Cal
ifornia, Nevada and Colorado, compared with
what he saw while here, makes bim believe
that Arizona is the richest mining section of
Mr Geo Tyng, U. S. Marshal of this Terri
tory, has sent his family to California, to pass
the summer months. Now, George, you arc
a free man and ought to enjoy that freedom
by visiting Prescott.
A Mexican who died recently in El Paso,
Mexico, a few days before his death confessed
to having murdered Augustim Moren, an old
and respected citizen of Mesilla, New Mex
ico, on the 10th of April, 1SC8.
'From SiituMay's ruUy.
MILITARY AXP IXD1AX XEVS, DE-
PARTMEXT OF AR1Z0XA.
i.icui ccuuyier, jiu rauiii , aimea i u
i . . i - i i -. i. i : i l.
j liis command at Camp Verde on Tuesday, th;
2-jth. after a laborious campaign of three
I months, atrainst the hostile Apacb
i broke out from the San Carlos.
The results of this young ofhVer's scoutim: ; ,ana JUSI surremierea. liie Hunan was
since the 2il of February, have been 50 In- ' he" sec"ri'b' "I1 y "rder of .Major Itan
dian ';bnivesv killed and' :;2 women and chil- j ,.,a alld scnt t0 C:,mP Grant ,or sa,u keep
dren caiitured. The captives are now at the j , . , ,
Verde reserve. Lieut. Schuyler may come j . i chief Tomas has sent in word toM:i
on to Prescott to-day or to morrow. ' : J,,r I'iindall of Ins willingness to accept any
Gen Crook, Lieut Ross. Lieut liourke and tcrms tbe -;vernmeut might oiler.
Mr. Kwinj; returned to Ileadijuartei-s yester-
: ,1.... mornjn,, afti r a short trill in the nioim
1.1'. ti I IVIII". luidl t. a.ltl J.lt.Ut lit ' I. I
1.1'. IVIIiU. '.'til ail t, U.ll J.lLUb
; 23J Infantrv, are out scouting tro:n Camp!!11'! save a rose to Hippocrates, tbe got! of
' vr(je Their exiKMlitioiis are sunnlied with 1 Silence, anil from this legend arose tbe prao-
; : .,.i l,.. .1.
; men i 01 expenenctu in-iian trailers.
Lieut llevl IS moving dtiWn towards the
Sierra Aneha. wliere he exnecLs to Und a.
remnant of Delt-cbe's band.
Lieut King will scout between the Sierra
Ancha and the Mnsiss;il mountains.
Capt Rockwell, A. i M., has been relieved
from ilut- in the Department of Arizona and
ordered to report in person, to the Quarter
master (general in asuinirton.
Lieut Hav. 23d Infantrv. we understand,
bv urivate inform ition from McDowell, is
aiiout to sthrt on leave of absence, to be
1 ;.one one year.
t ,r , , - . i , . i - .1 . .
j l"c head of toclimay, the notorious Apa-
che renegade and ruttian who has caused so
much terror to our people, is now at San
Carlos, where it was brought by a small de
tachment of Apac he soldiers sent out to ef
I feet his arrest. Cochinav was found within
I three miles of Tucson, waiting for a favor-
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Salt river. ;
now cultivating assiduously and intelligently. ;
lo show that they are not weaned ot well
now ready and the others will be finished
by the 1st of -June
We shall only say in j
this connection that if all tiie Indians on the i
! American continent were tausht and obliged '
1 t r i i i
to work, instead of being permitted to lead
a life ol idle vagabondage, the condition of
the red men would lie sensibly ameliorated
and our country's cash-box saved many mill
ions now recklesly squandered for the main
tenance of a horde of Iazzaroui.
Frum M.siivi Itai'.y.
In accordance with orders issued by Gen.
Crook, on the "Jiltli tilt., the post of Camp
Beale's Springs being no longer needed for
j military purposes, is discontinued and La I'az
! recognized as a new military station.
Leave of absence has been granted. Lieut !
Charles Hay, W J iulanrry, lor oU days, with j
permission to apply tarouli the hcauquar
ters of the Military Division of the Pacific to
Lieut Geo McM. Taylor, "23d
lor, 23d infantry, ar-
t from San Francisco j
nved at 1 uma last ni
where he has been in attendance as u witness
1. clore a general court-martial. I
Lieut VT. S. Schuyier, 3th cavalry, arrived j
at Department Headquarters ou Sunday,
looking somewliat worn down alter ins lour
months' arduous scouting through the moral-,
tains between the Verde and San Carlos.
t n.1.;!, !,.!.! l...,,..4;..l.ill f t,.,;t -l,ii- :
ler has made a splendid record fur himself j
and command and we hojw be may now have j
, an opportunity to rest and recuperate. Lt. j
.-cm., ler is me guest ... ...cut r.oss. ,
Col Mason, otu cavalrv, l.ieut iaton and:
r. ?.. i.v .1.: c.- . w-.l
ui m, ,unm,,..,..n.u .u.vT
XotU 115 of importance in the latest;- tele-'
grains from San Carlos. Hamilton's. Ward's ;
and Iieilly's commands are still out. Keilly's
command bad learned of the whereabouts of
the chief Chan-daisy who murdered Lieut '
Almy a year ago. He, with a small party ol ;
his people, was lurking in the Sierra Ancha,
where it is hardly probable he can be com
fortable with lving, Ileyl and lleilly looking
Hospital steward II. S. Nichols, at Camp
Bowie, has been discharged from the service
bv or(ler ofthe Secretary of V.'ar.
-IIjspit.j steward Jose'i.h Lichtenstein has
w , ,rt ,i, i-m1.J,i;
fFnm Tuesday's Daily. J
Orders issued from Department Head.juar-
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lcrs on u,u" -
.uaruai locomene at. vau. uiani v.. nit-
15th inst, to be composed of the following
named oHicera :
Major G. A. Gordon, 5th Cavalry ; Capt
E. H. Leib, 5th Cavalry ; Capt George McC.
Miller, Assistant Suneon ; Capt A. B. Tay
lor, 5th Cavalry ; First Lieut A. E. Wood
son, 5th Cavalry; Second Lieut .1. H. Par
dee, 2d Infantry; Second Lieut Edwin P.
Eckerson, 5th Cavalry. First Lieut A. B.
Bache. 5th Cavalrv, Judge Advocate.
Surgeon Magruder, Medical Director of I
i the Department, returned yesterday from his !
of Verde, McDowell, Lowell, Bowie, Grant, , ,lcr Lros A1D.lcs tnf ,.ha.rd1 for ourr tra,le ?T'
San Carlos and Apacho. He came across j evcl U'r.thc lavor of Weighting for us,it is
the new road from Apache to Verde, which j a nS"
is now clear of mud and snow and open to " " 1 "
traveL j Wish the people of Arizona had more do-
Captain John M. Hamilton's command was j mcstic animals to fatten in the tens of thous
at Camp Lowell last evening. Capt Hamil- j amis nf acres of grass now going to waste in
ton has just completed a very searching scout the Territory.
of tlie A.-uvaytia and Santa Cat:uina moun-
The only survivor of tlie massacre com
mitted at San Carlos last winter bv tlie I n.li-
i . . -
i ans oreaKifijr out Irom tliat reservation, was
1 brought eariy la.-t month from Camp (irant
i lu KlK : S1"1.1 ior me purpose 01 i.iemuying
perpetraioi-s. lie was aih; to ue-
i termine only one a member of Disaiiu's
Mauk opa Coi stt, A.T., May 2-1. ls74.
To the E-Htor if the Arizona Mintr :
The origin of the term" suh ri, or "under
! the rose ' is said to be the following: Cu-
tir nf stiiwnf inn 9 ?v fr.-n tho ..ii;nr
over the table while eating, when it was iti
tended that the conversation must be kept
secret. I think Cupid must have presented
each member of the late Democratic Con
vention, as well as their candidate, with a
rose. While we admire a wise head and a
still tongue, still we think if a man has any
thing to say, let him speak it out. We Lave
Iteen watching and waiting, expecting every
dav, when ths political waters would be
1 stirred up bv the announcement that the
I Hon John A. KusU was rushing for CoDgress.
lut like all bright hopes this too appears to
lie doomed to disappointment. J!ut it ap
pears that throughout our country, and Ari
zona in particular, the political elements are
agitated to a greater extent and with a
deeper disturbance than ever before. Old
institutions, political und religious, are giving
way to the progressive spirit of the age, and
the cormorants that feed on the decavinir in-
ittfiiti-inj iiviLn .i tnnil. a .w-, . n n ,1 H
piditv of man combined. They see their
'uey propose to let mem Know it wnen tue
proper lime comes.
Otieo La do.
We were pleased to receive a call on Thursday
day from Mr N. B. Mikcscll of the town of Kich
mond, the new gottk-nient on the ila. Mr 51.
ba just returned from a trip lo Pueblo Viejo and
Cirup Gnlut, Arizona, and informs us that tbe
farmers at Puelilo Viejo are now harvesting their
barley; that the crop is a good one and thai the
settlers in thai region are rrosperinc TL'is town
; a!nt :i5 milt-s west of Ilkhmoiid ou the the
,u;. -ii, tuiJ u omul ur .u IKCscii saw lullcr
I from parlic8 ju talifornUl annount.In ,Uc de
nurture from Sonoma Lake, San Luis Obispo and
oiher counties in California of 75 tamilics with
1-11 wagons and a larire lot of stock, bound for
the Giia valley in Grant conuty. The letters state
that most of these panics are comfortably sup
plied with uiimiis wiih which to commence oper
ations in their new homes. Mr Mikesrll is resi
dent manager ot the -K ilston D.u ii Company."
This cotupauy, of which Warn-, r l!;u-k of Caiup
Grant is presidi-nt, arc t.iki'.i; out a dit-h K feet
deep, 12 feet wide at the Lottot.l and feet wide
at the top, and wiil, when eoiuiele.l. 1-e over lo::r
Utiles lon. Ii is now alioul three q:i. liters of a
mile iu length, und atl-ird irri-aiittn lacili.i' S for
ail ihe land owners in ih-; ieiniiy at mueh
cheaper rates than water could be obtained saoald
each settler construct his own acce,ni.i.
The crops look finely and a lare amount of
corn is U-ins planted. Sorghum i, Ueiu? exten. j
sively p.lanted, and we are iniormcJ is doing
tineiv. l'ota:ocs will be Irieu thoronghlv this ;
suuiiuer, and the rauctiiurn are s.uisiicd 'that a j
good crop can tic raised. Mr Morriai-v with j
I'artiicr h:is just located in the seitlemcut with a i
l:lr-'-- amount of slock, among which are '-) or 7.1 j
.. TbUcvT co'o", VZ I
right stripe ami a lew more like it would make
(;rant conuty entirely scll-sust lining. j
The fore;;ojI);. ;3 frora a ate n,lmber of the !
T , , , f c . i
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Tcr C "J". rant county, .New Mexico. Al-
tlinnh the socfinn nf rmmtrv aKi-ir nllinloil
to bv the Life is over 200 miles east of Pres-
cott! we )reteud to sufficient knowledge
tW()f to gtjjten Qur be;;of tLat Kicbmond,
we as VaMo yip. u h) co
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stretch of Gila,
Francisco and other river j
its boundaries. We, with j
manv others, spent most of tbe summer of
! 1800 looking through the section of countrv
aljf)vu 0,; ;I1!e -iri(lt. to
scf fjr bein2 ,uc ,ir,t Ariz!lan to ri
its farming, grazing and other resources,
which arc second to none in Arizona or 2icv
From an exchange we learn that a son of
Mrs Cederholm made his appearance in Ijn
coln, Nevada, sick and destitute, and said
that he had been deserted by his mother.
Most of our readers will remember Mrs Ce
derholm as one who, in company with Miss
Garrison, prayed in the saloons of Prescott
and in other Arizona towns some three years
The Mining Life, published at Silver City,
New Mexico, has entered upon its second
volume. The paper lias been enlarged and
is not so "fearfully and wonderfully made"
as formerly. It now presents rather a neat
appearance and we are glad to hear that it is
pecuniarily successful, as it deserves to be.
The Los Angelti (California) papers keep
on noticing shipments of goods to Prescott.
The Star of a late date, said that Mr John
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LETTER FROM MARYYILLE.
Maktvili.e, A. T., Mar 23.
To t'ie Elilfr of the Arizona Miner:
Wishing to give your readers a letter ot
; some interest, I have made arrangements
wku stvenu inenas to lunnsn me all the
cu.-rent items transpiring in their several lo
calities. Tlie following extract from a private letter
received from Camp McDowell, under date
of the 24th inst., will, I think, prove Lighly
satisfactory to your numerous patrons:
"Lieut Parkhurst, and detachment, return
ed to this post yesterday, from a ten day's
scout. Lieut P. accompanied Lieut Schuy
ler's expedition. The result may lie summed
up as follows: On tbe 17th inst., in the vi
cinity of Four Peaks, a rancheria was jumped
ami 23 Indians were made forever peaceable,
and seven squaws made prisoners. On the
next da- rive more Indians were made good.
Plenty of "sun" was seen north of Salt
, river, ana in the direction of Superstition j
! mountain. It is the belief uf some that the
nariV of "uuitconst runt ttil' Annrhpa arp still 1
lurking 111 tuese mountains, ine region
scouted ahourds Tvitu water, etc. Al Seber,
one of (Jen Crook's most trusted guides,
made a narrow escape. An Indian was in
the act of drawing his bow to shoot him,
when he (Seber) tired, killing his antagonist
The above is certainly cheering. All hon
or to Crook and his brave officers and men.
A was savs that "Gen Crook's scouts have
killed so many Indians this spring, that the
buzz?jrds are three weeks behind with the
'Nil Desperandum"' tells you that the
farmers north of the Gila arc obliged to
employ a night watchman for the safety oi
their stock. We are obliged to employ two j
ami tliree tor tue same purpose.
We are having the whooping cough here
merely for pastime.
Weather hot enough to roast an egg. I
gave the "old fellow" a trial yesterday, and
he did it to perfection. Maniac.
. Want of space prevented us, a few days
ago, from doing more than barely announc
ing the death of this Indian, on the third or
4th of this month, at his residence, near La
Paz, on the Colorado river. Those who
knew him well say that, at the time of his
death, he was between 5.j and 00 years of
From being captain of a band of Moha
ves he rose to be the principal chief of the
tribe, and, as such, visited Washington and
other Kastern cities, in all of which he en
joyed himself hugely, since great favors were
shown him, and psesents flowed in upon him
thick and fast. Returning to his people,
rigged out in the habi laments of a Major
Genera of the Army, he looked, every inch,
a general of some sort, and was admired by
his people until, in an evil hour, he attempt
ed to tell them of the wondrous white peo
ple; their great numbers; the big rancherias
(towns), and other things they bad in Cali
fornia and the East, all of which they, at
first, took with a great deal of allowance
and, soon after, rejected entirely, as too fab
ulous for t-lief ! From that day on, I rat aba
lost standing rii his tribe and was looked
upon as the biggest liar on the Colorado.
Some Indians went so far as to accuse bim of
having lost his reason. But, he followed the
new bent of his imagination, provided him
self with an adobe house and lived in irAite
style until the day of his death, when his j
remains, his household cllects, c., were I
burned to ashes, his horses slaughtered and j
his tribe t'uoxn into a period ol deep grief, '
during which time they abstained from food j
of any kind and ou!d iu.t as much as touch
salt. They even went so far as to bum their I
old village. j
Irataba was crencra'ly supposed to be a j
good Indian. His goodness broke out on him J
ten or twelve years ano, alter his trilie had !
experienced sJme reverses of a ble
ture while endcavorin- to kill sevel
i ture, while endeavoring to kill several Amer
Rans a"" ldK a ln l:le l
Cachise used to take a horse, bince. then,
until his death, Irataba's voice was alwavs
icans and take a fort
f,,r peace, and, now that he has gone where
aiI wj iI1(i;;u)S ,r0. we ak the next chief.
, Vill be Mr Sicehoot, to be a
J'00'1 ni!U' to live so that when the Great
Spirit shall have served its attachment upon
llim. t!je Miner will have cause to give him
a good, honest obituarv. .
Wells, Fargo & Co., or some other cx-
j press coinyany should lose no time in extend
ing tlieir business to Wickenburg, Prescott
and other towns in Arizona, citizens of which
! are forever wishing for sonic sure, safe wav
i by which they could ship bullion to San
Uernaruino, ban Diego, 1,0s Angeles and San
rancisco, alilorma. 1 here cannot now be
lt,iS tll:ln S-'-V-KX) i bullion, here, awaiting
The Albuquerque (N. M.) Review, of May
10th, says that on that day a special agent
of the postoffice department had swooped
down upon Major Werner, the postmaster at
that place, and, for some unknown cause,
placed him under arrest. The Major gave
bonds and was released, but the office was
rentoved to another place to a wait an arrange
ment of the matter.
Considerable apprehension is felt in the
neighlxtrhood of Milquatay. near the Mexi
can line, on account of the threatening atti
tude of the Indians on the other side of the
Hue. A man recently arrived at Hill's sta
tion, having been followed by the Indians
for a long distance and it is thought would
have been killed had he not succeeded in
reaching the statiou wheu he did.
Our gifted friend, District Attorney Mc
Cafiry, had a slight unpleasantness with his
mules and a rattle-snake while fa route from
Phirnix to this place. A rattle, near the
road, scared the team, which ran away, tak
ing Mac into a country with which he was
not conversant; a rocky country at that, out
of which he finally found his way to New
The Mexican Congress has voted $"0,000
for proper representation in the Philadelphia
Centennial Exhibition. This act exceeds the
liberality of our own government to the ex
tent of just $$70,000, so far as beard from.
The Indians will cost 56,000,000 this year.
B I" Y Y O V It
FRESH MEAT AND VEGETABLES
PIOXEER MEAT MARKET
GRANITE STREET, PRESCOTT,
Eat plenty of both, and you trill soon be as strong u an ox,
an fat f butler, and as stout , around the waist, as a Presi
lreo.tt. Aurnet 12. 171.
ZVeiit yet not O imd.v.
FRED AVI SAT.OOX,
(One Dour West of Bashford's Store,)
Supplies the "Boy" with that which cheers, but does
Ite-n quality of Cipars kept on hand.
Mv Cltib-RtNm is mud to be the mt comfortable place
in t..wn. Come and see. FHKD WILLIAMS.
LARGE, NEW, COMPLETE
WAGON AND BLACKSMITH SHOPS,
Gurley Street, Fronting on Granite.
Ail kind of Black smithing, "Wapwn-niakinjr and r-pairing-
dona in god tvl by
feb!3tf " FRED. G. BRECHT.
Having- set up for myself, in my own Store, on door
n-utta of Campbell & Buffnaa's old Hand, und buring in
ERA OF LOW PRICES,
I will be pleased to wait upon all old and new customers,
who may need
VOI. M. BL FFI M.
PrMcat A. T.. April, 11, 1?:4.
CH.VS. E. FKEKEKICK
OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICE,
Where can be found a K-xxi assortment of TIX. COP
PKK. und SUEKTIUON WAKE ; also. WOMAN'S
FKlKXIl.-orTU.TON 3 STEAM WASHEKS.
l I'arti.-ular attention paid lo JOB WORK. All
order r-roinpllv filled.
BUOOKS Jt. FREDERICK.
Prex-on. March 13, 17-1. tt
Purcella & Loisillon,
Hare now on hand, at tbeir BRICK STORK. (Rarenna't old
tana), Goodwin Stn-et, all kind of
CLOTHIXG, BOOTS & SHOES,
MINING TOOLS, LIQUORS, &c.
Which they offer for sale cheap. febStf
Gurley Street, North Side of the Plaza,
Tbe Proprietor of this Restaurant rprt
fully announces that he will spare no paio
in catering1 to we tastes of bi patrons.
Meals will be furnished at ail hour of the
day, and the table supplied with frame, and th choicest
delicacies that can be procured. Everything clean and
served up in tbe best stvle.
T. WHITEHEAD, Proprietor.
Prescott. November 25. 1 57a. nov-:t
fJZW LIYERY AND FEED STABLE,
C'ranite Stiect, Prescott,
ItlVK OF MIXER OFFICE,
GOOD -QrAliTF.RS," FEED.
nr.. lor an xujwais iiu ui.t ur mtii nt. v 1
H tiGIES. AND OTHER VEHICLES, with K,d
teams, furuish?i on short mTH-e. Also, saddle animate
by MITCHELL & GAULUNEK.
"Prescott. March 2j, 1S74.
XIFTY SAL O OX.
AT THE "3JIFTT," ON MONTEZUMA ST,
TIIE THIRSTY CA.
GET GOOD WHISKEY,
RUM, GIN, BRANDY, KTJMMEL,
SWEET OK SOUR WINES,
And Tolerable Water. Drop In.
.North Side of the Plaza, Prescott.
Hrivin; purvhaMtl and ivfineJ the above old aui well
known auuid. we are now ready to furcUb tbe public with
LSxcellent Liiei Ueer5
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
We have atao a new stack of
Imported Wines, liquors, and Cigars,
And respectfully solicit your patronage.
ROUENBURG & CO.
Prewvtt, Arizona. January 13, 1 17:2.
Restaurant, Bakery and Saloon
Next door to tbe Miner Office.
Fit KM I BKE.1I. 1'IES, CAKES,
Furnished by the Week, Day, or Meal, at
the following prices:
Ir Wk Ten dollars, currwnry.
Siugle Meals Seventy-five cents.
Good Lajrer Beer, Wines, Liquors and Ciirars. kept con
stantly on hand, for the accommodation
DAN HATZ, Proprietor.
Prescott, April I2t !:73.
ALL KIXDS OK Bl'lLDIXO LUMBER KEPT
constantly on hand at the Quartz Muunt&in Saw-Mill, five
inilefl south of Prescott.
All onlre nt through the post office will be promptly
attended to. Terms eah on delivery at the mill.
GEO. W. CURTIS.
Piwott, A. T., Septembers, 18T-J. eptf
Of every class and kind, alwars on hand and for iale, at
the MlNtK olhce. at prices such an no lawyer. tuMice of tbe
peace ot olheromear can reasonably hud fault with.
Business & Professional Cards.
ATTORNEY and COUXSELOR-AT-LAW,
Will practice hisprofession in all the Courts of the Territory
ft. n. CAKTTTB,
B. H CAKTTEC, JK,
H. H. CARTTER & SON,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law
Preaeott, Yavapai Coaaty, Arixona,
Will attend to business in all the courts ol ih Territory
J. P. IIARGRAVE,
ATTORNEY and COUXSELOR-AT LAW,
Slonteznma street, l'reseott, Arizona.
J. T. ALSAP,
Attorney and Counsellor at Ijitv,
Washington St, Phoenix; Arizona.
ATTORNEY ami COCNSELOR-AT-LAW,
One Dour uorti of Cajt J. P. JIargrace't OrHct
Will Remain Hers One Week,
Prescott. Arizona. May l'Jii,
J. 33. 3VI SMITH,
Rooms at Headquax's Dept. Fort Whipple.
WILL REMAIN THREE WEEKS.
JOILN' A. RUSH,
A-ttorney sit La-v,
Will strictly attend to all business entrusted to him. La th
several Courts ot Record in the. Territory.
Prompt attention given to Collections.
J. E. McCAFFRY,
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-LAVT
Main Street, Tucson, A. T.
J. N. McCANDLESS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office, North Side ol Plaza, Preaeott.
HENRY W. FLEURY,
Justice ofthe Peace and ITotary Public.
WI. A. HANCOCK,
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
Blank Declaratory Statements,
And Legal Blanks of all kinds. Bills collected promptly
Phonix, Maricopa Co. Arixona. Jan. 9th. ISTS.
Attorney at Law,
Phoenix, Maricopa County, A. T.
Office, in the News Depot, oa the West side f the Flan
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR - AT-LAW,
Mineral Park, Mohave County, Arixoaa,
Will attend U- lesrl busiooas in all the courts f tl
Territory; make collections, etc. mhStf
J. L. FISHER,
Auclioncer and fomraission
Salesroom, North Side of Plaza.
J. GOLDWATEK & BKO
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
SIL8CEE & BR03ILEY,
House and Sign Painters,
Paper Hangers and Glaziers,
At 5weariiigen's Old Stand, Granite Street
BAR AND BILLIARD SALOON,
Montezuma Street, Corner Gurley.
LARGEST AMD BEST SALOO
IX XOIiTHERX' AR1ZOXA.
decltitrtf A. L. JIOELLER, rroprtesnt.
.Toll 11 O. On.mplell
WILL BE FOUND AT THE OLD STAND OF
Campbell Ac Burt um, with a full assortment of
Of Best Quality and at Lowest Market Fricea. fcr Cash
V. A. STErHEXi
Kelly & Stephens,
A,XT HE ALE US IX
Tobacco and Cigars,
Fancy Goods, Yankee Notions,
Fresh Fruit, Garden Seeds, &c.
Prescott, January IS. Ilff3 jal8-"J3tf.
The Post Trader's Store,
Fort Whipple, Arizona,
Keeps fur Sale,
Groceries, Provinionf, Ca;i Fruits, Clo&wg
Boots, Shoes, Stationery, Faney Goods,
Tobacco, Cigars, Jf.
GEO. W. BOWERS, rVftiew.