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WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, APRIL 20, 1872.
Arizona.
EECENT APACHE DEPREDATIONS.
Thursday of last week, a party of Apaches
visited the Bradshaw region, (which lies in
the mountains, about 40 miles south of Pres-
cott), and wucceeded in driving away eleven
head of mules, the property of TVm. Sim
mons, and a valuable jack, belonging to Geo
Hogle. They also paid their respects to Min
nehaha Flat, from which place they stole
more mules. This is the second time, within
a year, that they have robbed 3Ir. Simmons,
and he is now "down to the bed-rock."
Owing to his loss, the Tiger Mining Com
pany are unable to ship any more ore, as his
was the only pack-train in the district.
Next morning (Friday) as Pierce Dorgan
was engaged looking for the stolen mules, he
was confronted by about 40 Indians, who
tried their best to kill him, but, being well
armed, he fired about 14 shots and succeeded
in making his escape. He was wounded in
the left nrm. He thinks he " hurt" a good
many Indians.
As soon as Simmons satisfied himself that
Indians had his mules he, with four other
LOCAL ITEMS.
r; p-'rton ow "wait"0-' nt tn",s
-r :'a bop of l?ing, won, that a con
, r,r rjrrjinR U. S. Mails ovei ne 35th
ruut, from Albuquerque, Xuw Mex-
i'r.?rott, bs been let, so that they
1e sf ine encouragement to take up
an s1' ou tlie Little Colorado.
, j aiai! serrice be placed upon this route,
1 f.-r the tWibment of a military
1 . . ao wl00 the river.
X,-ndll h SreAt number of Alma-
, , f ..-172, liis drug 6tore' wnicn e is
U - distribute among our people, free
,,- u them. Thoc almanacs are printed
French, Spanish and German.
a -chafer did not succeod in selling nil
furniture, etc., at last sale, and has
to offer, .fpr. sale all that is left, men took their trail, with what result is ns
10 a.m. Call and get a bargain, yet unknown to us. The thieves went to
. IxMint ha, this week, removed an- wards the East.
r I TJ . . . - -
which he is llttnig up as a law xrmay monnng air. fctubblelicld met an
f r Judge John A. Rush. It is located other party of Indians near the Ilassayampa,
north side of the plaza, next door to ani seeing tiiem tiret, tired upon them and
!' rn's place. retreated to Davis' ranch in spito of all the
. . ,t... w.i T.,r.. Mmn frt ellorts to cut him ofi
ic " n tTT.i j . .. .
l mini ,,.. and discoursed vu "auy, me savages visited Uurnt
, '...;. ii.v r,f m.r ririznna make Ranch near Prescott, and stole a valuable
.MIUl . . .... . .
,.r ,.,?n to Fort Whinnle almost ,Iort,u ,rom -'oun "oimcs, who tollowcd them
i" O o . , ,. ,
iftcnioon to hear the music made by "ones oi uis norse
t 'n Granite mountain, where they had de-
vmirnn ht iloQh
1 .. 4.1. .inn nnartAra a f Wllinnlrt I
I 1 .lOO V lllnrM.l ni-or nf f lin moil KkoI-
- - - v.. . w v. bllU lllilll UUbn "UUUI u
had a narrow escape on his last down trip.
Indians having tried to capture him and his
vehicle at a point near Tonto Springs
lhey also stole two valuable horses from a
Congress the Accomplice of the
Apaches.
-t . 1 : 1.-4
ncr oil Wlin sucn regularity vum iuc
t.oii of said building will soon be ac-
i.s'.cd
p. 4wrt Bowers has recently built a good,
r ji .um and is now proparing to erect a station near Camp Date Creek.
a .f'.-t house.
I T I -nj
n Prrft. Mafisrs. Hashford. Buffum. xersouai, Ziic.
i ' i i
1 j I . I ?t .1!
iMuan, xnu omers, are ouuumg Mre L B JewdIj nf thij hag gone tj)
i -w w iiiti m u vatuut
';r Urtldbtein, who has just returned irom ma.
i iii i I
ornia, wiiore ne purciiiucu largely oi Dr. Y. W. Jones, of Ehrenberg, and Judge
. is hating his store fixed in good style. j0bn Howard, of Prescott, arrived here Wed-
T:t )ld Fellows of this pl&te will not nesday last. The Judge met with a cordial re
-it" the coming anniversary of that Or- ccption from the good people, of Wickenburg,
ii:iv public manner. Arizona City and other points visited by him.
n l;aillf,of the Prescott Brewery, next Jas. McMullen, of McMullen's station, Pres
till, dlice, has just received several cott ana JMircnoerg road, is here on business.
v g-vtd cigars' of vaHious brands, and Mac. is one of the oldest pioneer citizens of
red us with a sufHciont number of our Territory, and met with a hearty wel
m l to keep us pulling for some time come from old friends here.
F. G. Christie has recently returned from
P Head received by Jones' train, sev- Wallapai Mining District, and reports favora
ales of gents' clothing, hundreds of bly ol that section of Arizona
jri.. of fine old whiskios, wines, etc., S. C. Rogers, of "Walnut Creek, near Cami
Nijcs .t Curtis are overhauling the ma- Hualpai, called at our .office this week, and
) iv of their saw-mill, which will, in a was pleased to inform us that the farmers of
1 time, be sot to work. his section were well pleased with the state
'dftj last woek, we visited the Govern- of their fields, which, he says, are wct;cnough
- aw mill, on Groom Creek and took to produce good crops
"V. 'ti-s for which wo will soon find room, D. and J. Marr, paid our town a visit, re-
J paper. Our old friend, Philip Rich- ccntl
ft, boss of the institution. C. Y. Shelton arrived from Upper Lynx
s Miller A, tiro's o-trHin iiasseu our I fJropk Tliursrinv mnrnmrr nun rnur irts " mnnn
r j o x
ently. bound for Camp Hualpai, tains filled with Indians. "
. . jji. uiisiiLii iuu u jjiuuiciittiit, i uuau jmiiiu
i
I'ci'r-'ight traia of Dr. "V. "NY. .fbnes ar- we have not learned, arrived here recently
1 'i .rn rk- li'tiriilinnr nun rliiv iltiK I fmm rinrrm Vnr1f nnrl nnnrh li id TnrlinnR
nth goods for our merchants. plenty in the vicinity of the post. A party
! 1 . 1. .11 .
tr x Bro. lmve another train on the 01 savages were SKunung near tue roan
re fruui Khmnbenr. with Mutchandise. L'etcuant Bnxlic, Firt Cavalry, antved l.ero recently,
I from Camp Apache, in charge of somo mllilary prisoners
cur train arnvel uere ivcenuy, irom wi,oarc tn rouieto Fort Yuma.
- ver alley, With flour for JiellingS Dr. J. N. MeCandlcss arrived home by l.ut Monday's
eminent contractors. Tho train buck-board, nfler a forced absence of several weeks, in
, . . Yuma county. Ills friends and patients aro much pleased
ii IV Mliunci . I . , , , , . ... .
I ni seeing nun nnioDg uis puis, cic
..... t -yr I
ns amvetl till WCK, irom iiOS Mn DeLnnd, Captain Irvin, Sam Hall and others, came
California, With KOOds lor .Levi in from Vvallapal District several days ago, rrsieu mem-
rd John H.Mthor-n. of tlio owners cs nnd s,artcd out nSn,n ,0 Iook nt somc our ni,nc
. . it t The two first named gentlemen are wen Known in uuiior
: .TJied US that he CaiUC Via Hardy- vflrailllMbl)Msl. unrilrht and Intellleent opera-
ISC'! n 3 HUirh phase! with tho rOftd. tore jn minQa nnd min$ng. Mr. DcLaml U inKircstcd in a
from the Colorado was made in 10 desulpherizing furnace which, it is said, " bcais the Stcto-
feldt all to pieces, oony wo were nuscm irom our ouioo
when the ircntlcmcn called on us.
I j iur eyes orcr the advcrtisemcnl i
and old if vou Wish to learn the drift
'3Jiress.
The Latest Railroad News.
wvather continue? dry and windy. Sinco Scott has become the head of the 32d
r last, was an abominable day, owing parallel railroad, the name of the road is
'"us aand-storm which prevailed all changed to the " Texas & Southern Pacific."
:hnt day. President Scott has been before tho Con-
Fleurj- w now liani at work, deed- gressional Railroad Committee, and succeeded
r. : -j to owners of sucn. The new in pcreuauing m wumuni, -i' "
"M p town which Mr. Biirclow has ably on a bill releasing tho lexas & feouth-
-ith great care and ability, may be cm Pacific Co.r from their obligation to build
r,... w m i- . nnn lmnrlrprl mile'R annuallv from the western
"iuuit rmirv s oni r. i -
viW, tJ i , end of their line, and letting the Company
fired eombuMible' stufi; in thi8 off with twenty-five miles per annum
' I Ta. .k.a.w. imf 4hA en mn nAmrkfinTT lino cit.
Wific, tliHnk krfimo trow rliR-1 a . rf
. MOJ, cceded m gettin-a Din mrougu me uamor
&,. ... . , . nia Leirislature. allowing more time for
3 otirctUEctis to i)fl careiui in m- " . . r o.
uaadling fire. . n -Rfi, nn.
JJiegO, ailU LUULi UUIHNui "wiu V,' J
Threatened Diuicar. sblyj we think,) vetoed the Din.
Tho Sacramento umon oi iue oi.u mu,
From the San Francisco Alta California, March 30.
We publish in this issue the instructions of
Ueneral Howard and a speech made in Con
gress by Mr. Sargent on the Apache question.
General Howard is invested with "full powers
" and a general discretion " to be exercised as
uis own judgment mav dictate in the man
agemeut of the Indians. He thus supercedes
ueneral Urook, so far as the Apache manage
ment is concerned, that is, if he is to exercise
any authority. He must either do nothing
or he must tie General Crook's hands. His
instructions are about the same as those
given to Colyer and will, we presume, do
just as much good. We regard his mission as
a pusillanimous and foolish attempt to con
ciliatc savages who have deserved severe pun
ishment. who recently by leaving the Keser
vations have defied the Government to do its
worst, who have murdered 1,000 citizens
most of them without provocation, and who
never will cease their outrages until the Gov
ernment gets back bone enough to give them
a good fiirht. If Howard's mission to Arizona
should succeed, we should expect, hereafter,
that when ai- ederalotuciul is caught stealing,
instead of being arrested and punished, he
will be left in charge of the public funds and
Howard or Colyer will be sent to lecture him
on the sinfulness of his proceedings.
Wo are satisfied with Urook ; we put some
faith in him because he knows eomethm
about the Indian business. lie has a profes
sion for life: his future depends upon his sue
cess. We do not know Howard ; he does not
era to have auy regular business : he cer
tainly is not familiar with Arizona, does not
intend to make it his home, and can scarcely
be held responsible for the blunders winch
he commits when he is instructed by the
Government to take charge of business of
which he isiguoranl. I ho mission of Howard
is a violation of previous promises made by
high officers of tho Government, including
General Sherman's, whoso words we italicise
in that part of his letter telling General Scho
field that if the Apaches should leave the
Reservations, General Crook might feel as
sured that he would be sustained in any
measure of severity which he might adopt to
reduce them to submission. The folly of Col
yer is now unduniablc; he has been dismissed
from the public service in disgrace; his folly
is to be repeated ; and General Sherman's
promise is to be violated, but we are confi
dent that he docs not approve the violation.
We regret to see that Mr. Sargent approves
Howard's mission, and insinuates mat the
Government has been making war on the
Apaches. There has been no true war tLe
hostilities have been a mere sham, a disgrace
to the Government, and an utter failure to
protect the people. The military posts, in
stead of being terrors to the hostile tribes,
have been a source where they obtamed their
arms and ammunition. Mr. Sargent says the
war policy in Arizona has failed, bhams gen
erally fail. The list of murders by Indians is
long, and therefore he wants not to crush the
red devils, but to givo them presents and
tracts. He thinks the same policy will do
with the Apaches as with the Sioux, and that
idea betrays his ignorance. Tho Apaches
have no such tribal organization, uo such tra
ditions, no such authoritative chiefs, no such
comprehension of treaties, or regard for trea
ties, as tho Sioux. A treaty with lied Cloud
or Spotted Tail, will govern tho conduct of
several thousand warriors ; but no treaty with
any Apache Chief will govern one hundred.
Mr. Sargent offers some advice to tue &an
Francisco press. He wants us to shut up
about the blunders committed in Arizona. He
assures us that the Administration has settled
its policy and will carry it out. We thank
.Mr. Sargent lor uis aavice to us, anu wc simu
give him a little in return. Ve wish him to
understand that we charge Congress with bc'
ing the accomplice of the Apaches in the sys
tematic murder of American citizens. We
inform him that the people of California can
think for themselves and do not ask the Ad
ministration for information about the right
of American citizens to protection against
savages. The policy of the administration
may ue uauu, uui, iu v vuiuuiim
have expressed, and will express, tueir opin
ions nevertheless. We advise Mr. Sargent
further, that we deny his right to put the re
sponsibility on tho President, who cannot
know all the details of governmental bus
iness, and we have no proof that he has any
personal opinion on this Apache question. Be
sides, it is not his place to determine the pol
icy of the Government. That duty rests on
Congress, and a large share oi it on the Cal
ifornia delegation. A duty which Mr. Sar
gent, we are sorry to say, does not appreciate.
If Grant wished to thresh the Apaches, he
could not do it. Congress, has not made the
needed appropriations. Money is the sinews
of war. Our adtice to Mr. Sargent is, that
he study the resolutions of the Legislature of
California demanding the punishment of the
Apaches, and that he urce abundant appro
priations, so that when this new humbug
comes to a disgraceful failure he bearing his
share of the responsibility font, since he at
tempts to justify it General Urook may have
the full power falsely promised and foolishly
denied. The authorities in Washington are
the accomplices in the murder of every white
man slain in Arizona from this day forward.
SPEGIAI NOTICES.
FOR S -A- Hi E .
Extra cop?a of ti ABIZ0NA MKES-felded la
wrappers, wnea fo desired dwaja cm hind at tfce ece,
Jfoatenma 'treat, Prssccti. Pries 25 ceata par copy.
AZTLAH LODGE No. 177, F. & A. M.
-A
Rra!ar 5Ietin of thit Loire on the lut
Saturday of each month, at ? o'clock r. M.
Solonrnlnjr brethren are frattra&Ur invited
to attend.
II. BROOKS, VT. M.
TIIOMAS CORDIS, Secretary.
t 0
1. 0. 0. F., ARIZONA I0DG1, 0. 1.
Regular 3ftint of this Lodge oo Wed
nedajr Evening, at Matonie IlalL Mem
ben of the Order, in good standing;, an
Invited to attend. D. HENDERSON, N. O.
C. A. LUKE, Secretary.
PKESCOTT.
NEWS DEPOT
AND
Circulating: Librai-jv
TINKER & LEONARD
Montezuma Street, Prescott; Arizona,
Keep on hand, fort ale, the latwt Xewjraper JPictorbJSj
Magazines. Sie&c
They also have a Circulating- Lthrarv.
rrescott. April 6, 1872. apl6
POST OFFICE, PRESCOTT.
Arrivals and Departure of Mails Postal
Rules Money Orders, Ac, Ac.
Mails arrive from nil polnH. Mondays and ThursJaj".
Depart. Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Office hour from 9 a M. to 8 I". M.
Money Orders issued very day of the week, except
Sunday. ORLANDO ALLEN, r. M.
DIVINE SERVICES.
Chaplain Gilmore. U. S. Arm v. trill deliver a religious
discourse, in tho Court-room. Prescott, every Sunday..
Services commence at eleven o'clock x. a.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
All the nicest, freshest and best HAIR PrtKPAnATJOXs,
Pomades. Oils, Dyes, and Inviirorators, Loubin's Genuine
French Extracts, SuaiM, Powders, and Cosmetiques. can
be had at DR. KENDALL 8.
Jan2Ti2 Pioneer Drujr Stare.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
MONTEZlMi BAR & BILLIARD
8 ALOON,
MONTEZUMA STREET, PRESCOTT.
We have recently renovated and txed up our saloon la
ae styl. and have none but the choicest Wines, Liquors
and Sefara, for our cuetoSBcn asd the public '
NEW EllXIAKO TaSIX We have Jim received one of
uaianey s aetv raient wire uusuioned Tawes, wHcn U
giving; great sausiacuoB to omiaruists.
We have a Club Room, for gentlemen, attached to the
Uar ICoom.
C. A. LUKE Sc. CO.
rrescott. December 3, 1870.
PRESCOTT.
PIONEER DRUG STORE,
Prescott. HO Arizona.
El
BUY YOU R
FRESH MEAT AND VEGETABLES
....AT TIIK....
PIONEER MEAT MARKET,
GRANITE 8TREET, PRESCOTT,
Eat plenty of both, nnd you trill soon be asstronr as an ox.
as fut as butter, and as stout, around the waist, as a Presi
dential Quaker.
Presoott, August 12, 1871.
Will All Those Afflicted With
COUGH OR CONSUMPTION
Read the following and learn the value of
ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM!
WHAT TUE DOCTOR'S SAY.
Dr. LI.OYD, of Ohio, Surgeon in the Armv durinc the
war, from exposure contracted consumption. He says:
" I hare no hesitancy in stating that it was by the use of
your jl,u.o ualsam tbdt 1 am now alive ana enjoying
health."
Dr. Fletcher, of Missouri, saw : "I recommend vour
Bauam in preference to auy other medicine for Coughs.
and it gives satisfaction."
ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM is the remedy to cure all
Lun? and Throat (liMcultiei. It should be tborouguly
tested before using any other Balsam. It will cure when
all others fail.
Directions accompany each bottle.
J. N. HARRIS & CO.,
Sole PnomiKTOiw,
Br Sold by ull Druggists. Cincinnati, Ohio.
REDDINGTON, HOSTETTER Sc CO., Agonts,
San Francisco, California. apr20m3
C. W. C. R0WELL,
Attorney at Law,
I Arizona City, A. T
Will uttend to legal business in all the Courts of tho Ter
ritory, and Supremo Court of the United States. apSOtf
General Agency,
Shipping and Commission
lVEE-e.ciar.A.-N-TS,
L03 Angeles, California.
Transportation secured at tho lowest rntcs. Promnt at.
tentlon given to all commissions entrusted to my care.
apSOmC (P. O. Box 356)
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
The partnership heretofore existing between Charles
Culling and Edward Lambley Is hereby dissolved by ma
tnnl consent. Charles Culling will collect nil tho indebt
edness due the above firm and pay all tho debts.
CULMNCJ.
EDWARD LAMBLEY.
April 14, 1872. ap20ml
Water Rights For Sale.
In The
Prescott Ditch, Salt Biver Ditch and
Other Ditches situated in Salt Biver
Valley.
The water from these ditches can be convcred to un
occupied public land at a trifling expense.
i win sen uneap Mr uasn, or on terms to suit perchas
ers, allowing parties who hare not the cash to pay. until
after harvest in 1863 to make payment. Will render all
assistanco possible to strangers wishing to locate ranches.
WM. A. HANCOCK.
Phoenix, A. T. April 12, 1872. ap20tf
' hw4 that Xfrtcaa
uw about to L,vb T, Tt. Rhortt. civil enftineer, left that
I' Z Lr citr on the 27lh to superintend surveying the
co3 Kews for Christians.
line of railroad from Tehachape Pass to the
Colorado river. That is tho California end of
the Atlantic & Pacific railroad, and the sur-
-srvtrvct-w . .... , :it rainh tho flnlnrado at a DOint below
, ..nKari , ear uiip icuowen "'J " " i
"-'- uaTi tt... n r , . . , I -n t ir.l 1 U! l.n IMAorlloe
nw. viotto iionaiu ana UOI. 1 JJOrt JlOLIttYU UrUUaU'J' aii ma
iwtf 5 Mle APa wnses, by war, . nnronr:nn nf milroad men is to meet at
St Louis June 19 th, thence to make an ex
cursion to Denver City, to examine the work
i , aira. 3fc- Jngs and merit8of tho Denver & Rio Grande
emiftim ana narrow.gtfftge road.
JtVVt f 4(a.flV
.eeenf
" 1 - in23dlnfy;
-SsieTT; -- Mathews
t. Str srrivedat Pt YhiPPle, Thursday eTning
V!1e&2rItS-,Jcfc 1IftrrinFtoa and Cole.
J?Vt Mm klf m T6tT1, 9rJ-- niwl by stage.
iaWfel 1 Moore anTother.
4 -ttd iiriL.rmtt: ln pack trains.
- - - A VA,MA'
Artesian Wells.
We are not in favor of monopolizing good,
arable lands, but, if Congress would agree to
give every maify or company of men that
would tap1 a sfefcdy flow of artesian water, i
advertised by Arizona, a titfe to a fair proportidii of limd,
tho face of our Territory would, soon JWat
rnC,r Gnai Creek towa
?eS'-ASi.l Van7 ? SSSL1' -Vrm W wkich , ifc -HOW
Bm. ifc ai use lec'cn f - .? vwo, nwunutii 5ivk ' r
More Transportation Facilities.
Business men and others say there aro not
enough freight trains now in the northern
part of the Territory, to carry the freight
necessary to run this section. Also, that
were the Colorado Steam Navigation Co., to
place another steamer on the route from San-
Francisco to the mouth of the Colorado
river, their enterprise could not fail of being
rewarded. If 60, we hope tho Company will
do so as soon as possible.
Snow In Colorado.
The Central City Rtgisltr Georgetown
Jfincr, and other Colorado papers complain
that there is too much snow in the moun-
Wish we had a little of it here.
tains.
SUMMONS.
TERRITORY OF ARIZONAi
C005TT OF XAKICOPA. j
The people of the Territory of Ariscaa to Asgsstas X.
Cclemaa. greeting.
Too are hereby etmaoned fo appear in the District
Cent of the 'Third Judicial District in asd for the Cotrarr
of Maricopa, Territory aforesaid, within twestv days (ex
clusive of the day of Mirioe) if served ia this county, if
est of this coaatv bat in this District thirty days, in all
'etker oases Jorty days, to answer to the eotapkiat of. Mary
C. CotetBaa, waerem gae prays tor a aecree or dirorco
from the beads of BatrisBoay, from this Hosorable Cosrt.
Wke V yea. fsil to appear aad aaswer as herein repaired,
fllawtiff will take jadnaetit for the relief desutaded.
leunwois ta HMesaiij, hhib Kgu kjtiw am
M xatan keieef.
jn mmtm wiweot i haTe twttrato set ray jsaa law
, . ... :CIKofCort--
NOTICE
To Claimants of Public Land.
IT IS NO JOKE.
Xotnrithstamltng the doll times, dot treatlirr. and hostile
Indium, gentlemen can And. ttto doors north (if D. If en-
Uersoa & Uro's Bro proof store,
COMFORTABLE BEDS,
PRIVATE ROOMS,
And a Quiet Place is Which To Rest.
Also, Warm and Cold Baths, at nil hours of tho duy
and evening. K. E. ELLIOTT.
Prescott, Arizona, September?. 1871.
piONEER BOOT AND SHOE
MANUFACTORY,
MONTEZUMA STREET, PRESCOTT.
Ou hRnd and for sale, an excellent assortment ot fk
Raity-Made liOOTS, etc., for Indies, Missus,
Children and Gentlemen.
Boots, shoes, etc made to order. Repairing promptly
attondedto. Trices reasonable. JOHN LA UGH LIN.
NOTICE.
I have cmponrrrod Joseph MoCaffcrty, of Prescott, to
collect and rueuipl fur monev duo me.
yitED. WILLIAMS,
rrescott, Slarch 30, 1872. tnr30M.
The nodcrsigned wishes to sell his Station (consisting of
houses, corrals, Ac.,) nnd Toll-Boad. t Oatman Flat situ
ate 14 miles from Kenyun Slatlon, ami 12 mil from
IiurVc's Station, on the mad from Arizona Citv tr Titcso
for tho low Price of 61.500. WM." FOURR.
Oatmun Flat, Arizona, March 1, 1872, m9
On hand and for Sale:
AYERS, JAYXE'S, BRISTOL'S,
Family Medicines,
Asd a full assortment of the bst Pistent Medic Imc
bow In the market wanaatcd fresh asnl gvauiso.
Fancy Toilet Arlidts Sxips and Perfumery,
And a full supply of VuttXftXO MlWCINKA.
Phyaiclana Prescription earefony afcU amir
ately Compoundeil. OFO D. KENDALL
PLAZA FEED AND SALE STABLE.
Goxidwin
Street,
Opposite
Plaza,
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA.
BROOKE Sc LINN.
Irccott, October 21. 1SG3.
NEW DEPARTURE.
HEREAFTER WB WILL SELL, FOR C.VSII :
31bt Sugar .St.OO
3 boxes Yeast Powlera... 1.00
Coffee, per pound 40
EVERYTHING ELSE IN PROPORTION.
rrescott, Arizona,
D. HENDEKSON" i 1IKO.
JnntUf
WORMSER & WERTHEIMERi
Wholesale and lletoil Dealers la
Groceries, Provisions, Clothing, Boots K
Shoes, Liquors, Crockery, Hardware,
Farming anil Mining Implements,
Etcetera.
Southeast Corner of Plazn, Preacott, A. T.
ARIZONA BREWERY,
North Side of the Plaza, Prescott.
Having purchased nnd refitted the above old and well
known stnud, we arc now ready to funiUli the public vrttli
Excellent Lager 13eei?
WHOLESALE OU It ETA Hi.
We havo olo a new stock of
Imported Wines, Liquors, and Cigars,
And respectfully solicit your patro--
It t ' . s .
Prescott, Arinma, January 13, V .
Tnv, LARGEST, MOST OjMI'LKTE
Administrator's Notice.
Estate of C. SCHEADEE, Deceaset
Notice is hereby given to tho creditors ot and all pcrsoi.
having claims against the estate of C. Schradcr, decease'
to present the same, with the proper roiinhors, to tho u
dersigncd, Administrator, at his place of business at l'rt
cott, Yavapai county, Arizona, within one year from tl
first publication of this notico, or the samo will be forcv
barred. AH persons Indebted to said estate are hereby r
quested to make immediate paymrnt.
JULIUS HOUENHURO, Administrator.
Prcseott, A. T., March 27th, 1872. mr30
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WICKENBURG.
M- PERALTA,
Wickenburg, Arizona,
Dealer iii
GrENEEAL MERCHANDISE,
CLOTHING, PROVISIONS,
HARDWARE.
Mining and Agricultural Implements,
POWDER, FUSE, ETC.
ftb2472
U. S. LAND OFFICE,
Prescott, Arizona, April 15, 1872.
Approved Plats of Townships IS north, nnrn 1 writ
15 north, ranges 12 and 3 west; 13 north, ranges 4 and 5
west; 12 north, range 5 west; and 7 north, ranges 4 and
5 west, having been received and filed ia this office, all
persons entitled to pre-empt or enter homesteads upon
these tracts, can now, and within the next three months
mo tneir claims according to law.
HENRY A. EASTMAN.
ap20w3 Register.
PROPOSALS
..FOR..
Fresh Beef at Yuma Depot.
Scaled proposals in 'duplicate will be received at this
office until 11 a. m.. May 29. 1872. for fnraishfnar the fresh
beef required by the Subsistence Department U. 8. A., at
mis uepot, id,uuu lbs. mora or less, on the block; daring
the year commencing July 1st. 1872.
Information as to conditions, quality of beet payments,
etc., can be obtained by application to this office.
Envelopes should be endorsed, "Proposals for Fresh
Beef," and addressed to
R. I. ESKRIDGE,
1st Lieut. &B. O. M 23d In I. A. C. S.
Office A. C. S Yuma Depot, A. Tn April 7, 1872.
NOTICE.
I hare tkk day appoints. Wahigt French mv Dep-
TpmMr' jZttrbur tnv abftene!. las WB re
spossibls for H his acki'MsaM Dwtty Conn tr Treasurer.
4. VUVA .
Pnaeett, Ariseaa, April SW, 1S72.
G OLDS WORTHY & WESTON
re at the
ORIENT sAlipOTST,
DOWNEY'S BLOCK, L0f AJfGEUES.
ieblbal iO
gpeeltti la1 GeMerml FeWari-ef-Atteracy,
etc., fer aU atthe MWi'r Ofllce.
MAQNOLIA SALOON,
Wickenburg Arizona.
This Will-known and popular placo of resort has again,
through expiration of lea into tbo hands of its
ownor, A. It. recplcs. under whoso direction it will con
tinuc to be run for the accommodation of the public.
TIIK BAR, (which is attended to by Tom Flournoy,)
will, at all times, be found well supplied with
THE BEST BRANDS OF
Wines, Liquors, and Cigar.
THE BILLIARD KOOM
CONTAINS two No. 1 TA.T3 IICS.
Adjoining the Saloon, aad belonging to Mr. Peoples, is
A CORK A li,
YSThero stock will be fed and otherwise attended to.
Jan 13 A. II. PEEPLES, Proprietor.
ASSESSOR'S Ori-'ICE, U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE
District of Arizona, April C, 1872.
Xnticc Is hereby elven in nccordnnce with provisions of
Intpmal Revenue law. aecuitn i:', dial Hpinjais irom mn
actions of Assistant Assciors ! this nutrlct. in rcpani ti
nsscisments on the annual lixt of Uxf for 1F72, will be ro-
..1vl nnil tfirnnnnl at mv ottloo in 1'reScott. fiom thn
twentieth to the thirtieth day of the present month, dr!n
bttnincss hour i-uch ilay. All appeals must bo made In
writing, specifying the particular came, matter or thinif
respecting which a decision is desired, and stating the e
ror compiuined of. Communications sent by mall will re
ceive prompt attention.
HENRY A. WOEUnV,
nji6t3 Assessor, Dlst. of Arizona.
ESTATE OF MANUEL BAVEHA. DECEASED.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned Execntirs .f
the aliove-natncd estate, to the creditors of, and all jroti,
having claims against said deceasol, to exhibit tho Kline,
with the necessary vouchers, within on year from th
first publication of this notice to tho undersigned nt their
places of business in La Paz, Yuma County, Territory of
Arizona, or in the town of Prescott, In the County of Vav
apal, and Territory of Arizona.
JUAN NOM, La Pax.
TIIEO. LOISILLON, Prescott.
Arizona City, A. T., April 2. 1872. npl3w6
BHADSHAW.
ii as .now in nta srones at
Wickenburg and PhcBnix, A, T.,
A full aad complete assorts! eat of
EVJERY CLASS OF GOODS
TJsnally kept la Country 8 tors, sad pledgee hies self to
www n"; j nix mu pvnoos wco typor
chase from him.
No nse in naalas; eertaia article, when my stock eoa-
Ttricefl ererr utlr.Ia thi 1m K mAv K. --- - i.- i .
of fiuBiiies, Vrtel aad bcarfisg-boaae ktepers, atiaen.
farmers, ioe-niun. tie.
Coaae ia the aonslcg; owse In Aeeresba;; coaeat
MJ S. aad yea wmi4 myself or asstasts prepared
to furnish whatever yos atsy daslrs. 1
5. ABRAHAMSOit H.3CANNASSE.
AgeetaiPboMbc. decZr71
BARNETT & BLOCK,
.... DEAXilRS IX....
Groceri, Provirkm4y Ooikiag, Dry Goods t
Boob Shoe Tobacooy
AWicsntKBuaG and tuasix, ArUev.
, W&Ml cheaper than any other merchant in'
ccntralArlzona. norCO 67.
A. IL DAVIS N. C. 81IECKLES
BRADSHAWITES !
DAVIS & SHECKLES 1 .
Arc prepared to furnish you. at their store In Bradnhan
City, with all kinds of
EATABLES, DRINKABLES, AND
"WEARABLES,"
At Very Low Prices for Caau. Give us a Trial'.
OUR WATCHWORDS i
Ji. Groocl Article. Smull l?rofltM mid
Ciujh.
T HE OLDE ST
AND
THE BEST,
DR. HUFEL AiVD'S
CELEBRATED ;
STOMACH BITTERS.
The FIRST ana Most Healthful Tonic
ever Introduced in the United States.
Tbase Bitters bare bea ia tha
BaaFraacisco Market for OVER.
rnVKATTY YKARS. aad
aotiritssUBdlBs; lha saay b"V
IcaadidatM Sac pabtie Sivvrftk
sales haTD coast Uy iam '
TAYLOk A BEXsKBL.
f. ' fSOU! AflErnM40D aad 411 Ckr
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