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WEEKLY iAEIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, APRIL 20, 1872.
The Becent Talk With CacMse
From the Daily New Mexican. March 30.
w ltaco Tipon farnrfd br Col. Pone, Su
perintendent of Indian? lor New Mexico,
with tbe following report of the recent "talk
had with the noted Apache chief, Cacbise,
near Canada Alamosa, by Col. Pope and Gen.
Granger, commanding this Military District,
a reported by Dr. II. S. Turrill of Fort
Craig: , T ,
CoL Pope. Since I hare been here I have
?ecnthe Great Father in Washington; he
was very much pleased at what I told him
and be baa sent yon a letter. I told him
that Cacbise gave his word that he was in
good faith and that he would keep his word
and that be could believe him. He gave me
thi to give you, it is from the great father
at Washington. (Gives him a letter.)
CachUe. The lied is not good.
Poe. At Washington they did not know
that. (They tear the red string.)
CadiUe. That is all good ; I want to talk
straight and one at a time.
Pope. I have not much to say and will
talk straight.
CachUe. The sun looks down so as to see
that nothing is wrong.
Pope. The great father in Washington
told me to give this to you. (Interpreter
reads the letter.)
CadiUe. I expect the great father in
Washington has a good head and writes this
well and speaks strong. (Interpreter contin
ues reading the letter).
CachUe. Victoria and Loco have been liv
ing here a long time ; I came here to cat and
drink and sleep ; they have to say (interpre
ter continues to read the letter).
CacJiUe. I am very much pleased to know
it is so. (Interpreter finishes the letter).
CadiUe. What will they do to me when I
go to Washington 7
Pope. They want to talk to you to seo
what you want and where 3'ou want to live
and I pledge you my word that you will not
be harmed.
CadiUe. You don't want to force me there?
Pope and Granger. No !
CadiUe. When God created the Apaches
they were made so that they would sit to-day
by this water and soon by another where
there was Mescal and such things as they
want and they are not used to stay in one
place.
Pope. I want you to go and tell the great
father in Washington.
CachUe. Ilcro where we live now, chil
dren can get fruit and such things as grow
here j may be in Washington they cannot get
it!
Pope. In the States you can get all and
much more.
CadiUe. Do the people, trees and grass
die as they do here and aro old people there
as here ?
Pope. This is an invitation to go to Wash
ington; if you will go your agent shall go
with you, or I will go or Gen. Granger shall
send an officer.
Gen. Granger. I will be responsible for
your safety.
Cachise. My father, my mother, my uncle
and my brothers have died here ; if I go to
the S'tc can I tirvl them r'vrv 7
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right here.
Pope. You can go ami 6co the groat fath
er and come back again in thirty days ; the
great father has signed his name as your
friend.
CacJiUe. I am very homely and cannot
talk well, and if two or three should steal
whilo I am gone it would make me a liar!
how would that bo?
Pope. They will believe you and what
you say but those who steal will be pun
y ished.
y' Cachise. The little ones may go into the
town and steal what they can set, such as a
6hirt, a knife or fork or such things from the
houses.
Pope. If you will go you may tako three
or four of your men and I will see that your
people will stay here and not bo troubled ;
you may take your family if you want to.
CachUe. I do not want to go.
Pope. I have done talking; the General
has somo orders and he will tell you what he
wants to tell. (Gen. Granger reads to him
somo orders from the war department in
Spanish.)
CadiUe. I think that you have a good
heart but want to talk with one.
Granger. Do you want to alk alone ?
(Gen. Granger and Cachise walk away with
the interpreter ; they talk a moment and then
nil arc willed, the interpreter having made a
mistake in telling that ho wautcd to talk
alone).
General The great father in Washington
wants you and Loco and Victoria to go to
Washington.
Carhise. I am not a child and would rath
er talk to you in this country who know
more about here.
General I am speaking the words of the
President and am sent to say what ho tolls
mo ; I cannot speak of myself. I am friend
ly to the Indians but am speaking the words
of those in power; I hnvo no more to do
with the origin of these words than you
have ; I must speak as I am directed.
CachUe. God puts it into my heart where
I am to go; if it is to travel over the hills I
So and talk straight with those I mect'but I
o not want to go to Washington.
. General. I want to explain about Tularo
boj it is about fifty miles square; (gives the
description of mountains und country in
Spanish) and it is to protect you from tho
bad whites and tho bad Mexicans who steal
your horses and it is to feed you well and
clotho you, and you will not bo disturbed
there and will be as well cared for as tho
white people; it will take in all of the Mo
colloa and all tho good country whero the
Covoteros used to plant and it will take in
the Sierra Blanca.
Ca&ise. I have no split tongue and when
Qod has told mo whore to go, Igo, and when
I meet & jjarty I talk straight.
G&mtaL If you do not wish to go to
Washtngtcm as you feel so old, will you be
bound bv such agreements as V ictona ana
Loco may make for your people, will you au
thorize them to speak for you.
Cachise. I am sick and it is a good way to
TV asmncton but 1 like what vou sav.
I an hungry and have iavited
Letoaxd. Victoria to come into towm.and
luke afMLst; will you go with me ?
v.Mgw I do not want to go ; I do not
wajuru Wt water; if I feel a little
Imiigry I.CA8 g ee corn, but I don't want
General. I pledge you my life you are.
safe; of what are you afraid
CachUe. I do not eat meat.
General. There is coffee ar.d sugar for you.
CachUe. I do not know the talk of yes
terday and do not know what you have said.
General. I did not say a word, I waited
for you.
Cachiht. I am glad to talk to you and
would talk to you all day if possible.
General. I want you to come down to
town.
CacltUt. I would rather talk on the top of
a mountain than in a town.
General and Col. Pope. We both promise
you that you will be safe in town.
CachUe. Women and children may sleep
in the corral but I have, been used to go
where I pleased : this country was once full
of Apaches, they have been crowded out by
tnc wmte men, so that thero are but few of
us, so that there is no room for us here.
General. I want to put you in a place
where the white man cannot put his foot.
Cachke. Why can we not have all the
mountains among which we talk ? they be
long to us !
General. These are the words of the great
father, I cannot say more (here followed
some conversation in Spanish between the
General and Cachise).
CachUe. My country is full of gold and
they are building towns and driving my peo
ple off and I have to kill a coyote for food!
General. (Aside) Such is destiny !
CachUe. The people who come to this
country find gold and get rich and then com
plain if I gefc'a horse.
General. Let us get ready to go to town
and your people may camp where they want
to.
CadiUe. My people have come up here
but they have not stolen anything; they
have been others who have done it.
General. The government understands this
and for that reason they have fed and clothed
you, and they want you to have a place
where baa men cannot come and where vou
can have a place to live.
Laclme. There are plenty of Apaches who
are at war and who are killing off the people;
this must look strange to you, but they are
not my people; I would like to go to them
and tell them of what you said good.
General. 1 he great father will thank you
very much if you will bring about such a re
sult. GacliUe. I am living some way off because
I lind deer and I want to go among those
people in the will you give me a
letter so that I can go ?
General. Yes, but you must not go with
out authority for they will kill you if you do.
1 want you to go down to town for Loco and
Victoria are waiting for you.
Cachise. Sonora is not a good country.
General. I want to go and I want you to
go with me.
Cachise. Av ill you let me send one of my
men to town for cattle?
General. It will look well to see us come
together; the people will know then that
all is right and good.
CachUe. Will you give my people some
thing to cat if I send them ?
General. Yes, but I want you to go and
sec my people? I want you to ride down in
in my ambulance.
Cachise. When shall you go away from
here ?
Gen. To-morrow morning, I have to get
corn and build houses and get thing3 to eat
at Tularosa.
C. Will you take all your people with
you?
Gen. Yes.
C. Why do you get up so often? What is
that for ?
Gen. We arc hungry and thirsty, wc have
nothing to eat or drink.
C. You have all been looking for me a
long time, why don't you stay and talk?
Uen. We want to go and have a talk al
together. 1
Poe. Wc arc hero to have & talk with
all ; we want to have a talk with Loco and
Victoria and all the people.
Gen. We gave Loco and Victoria beef and
they cooked it at the soldiers' firesr
C. Can I cook where I want to.
Pope. Yes.
j
The Poor Whites of Arizona.
From the Saucelito (California) Herald.
There was once an industrous and power
ful raeo of human homers in possession of the
fertile spots of Arizona and Northern Texas.
Whether they were ot the Aztec nation, or
not, is not known. All that is known has
been learned from observing tho .ruins of
towns and the vestiges of great canals, by
which the Gila bottoms wore irrigated. What
became of them is a mystery. Perhaps, how
ever, modern dcvelopements may point to the
vandals, who devastated the land and des
troyed the people. The Apaches now prowl
over tho dry plains, like wolves in search of a
dry bone to pick. They have rendered the
northwestern part of Mexico desolate; have
destroyed towns within the memory of nin
now living, aud are regarded as u direful
scourge. The rich Burro mines in New Mexico
were discovered about two years ago m tuis
. 1 c t 1.1
win, ' 'horn was an o u Jicxican. wuo couiu
romember that, when a child, his father's
trains used to depart in tbe direction of the
Burro mountains and return laden with rich
ore. They departed once too often and never
returned. It was reported the Apaches had
murdered and robbed tho warty. This story
oft repeated was believed by an American.
a o fnrmnil trt nmsnpct the country
XL ,1 o w ... w v X L
and then they found the old shafts and ruins
of habitations.' Other Mexican residents tell
similar stories, which are as worthy of evi
dence. The Apaches have not developed in
ono day into blood thirsty hounds. They
. . 1
have been pursuing tue worK oi rapine ami
murder as far back as we can obtain either
ronrrt or tradition. To them, urobably, is
owing tho destruction of a civilization ante
dating the Spamsn conquest. j.o mem is
owing the terrible outrages, on tho, Mexican
ooruer, wmcu nave naa no curuuiuiu.
them is owing the murder of a thousand
Americans on American soil, nd to them is
owing the present tcrriblo state of things
that every week fills our journals with talcs
of vandalism and bloodshed, Their fiendish
acta have become matters of history and their
treachery an every day occurrence;
m What then do we hear? Is it redress, pan-,
ishment or subjection, at the1 Tiancts of the
w,iiiucin, io, our wasmngton antediiu
vianasend outspecial agents ono after another,
and want to know what is tho-matterl Vol
uminous reports in the archives afe more yal
uable than increascm tho treasury. A rotten
idea, concerning the right of Indians, wolves
and snakes to the sod thev defile Ir
consequence than a policy of protection,
which is the only one that means peace. The
poor whites or Arizona aro not worth as much
as the poor whites of South Carolina. They
clamored-in-the Soth for protection against
oppression, and they were speedily answtred
by a Ku-Klux bill. Thej beg and tntmtia
Arizona for a Peace Commissioner, who will
enforce and maintain a peace, and they get a
War Commissioner, wno enforces and main
tains perpetual war. They ask for homes
and they are given a grave. The do want a
Peace Commissioner, and that one the want
is General Crook. The graves and whiten
ing bones of generations cry out against this
devouring race of savages. Will any one dare
to say that it is the home of the Apache and
that Americans are intruders ? Let them ask
the bones and ruin?, and desolation and blood,
out of which they have made this home. They
have made charnel bouses out of flourishing
towns, and now appeal to cross-eyed humani
tariansor sympathy and protection in holding
their possessions.
Mr. M. L. Power, formerly superintendent
of the Silver Cloud Mine at Camp Floyd,
Utah, arrived per Salt Lake stage on Satur
day. Mr. Power is an old Nevadan, and a
miner in every sense of the word. He propos
es tn loite himself in our camn. and we cor
dially recommend him to all. liccord, Pioclte,
Nevada.
We, too, recommend Mr. P. as a miner of
4C great promise. "
PRESCOTT.
Goods for the Million.
CAMPBELL & BUPFUM
HAVE JUST RECEIVED LARGE ADDITIONS TO
their stock of Goods, of
Every Description.
Parties in want of Goods, will find it to their advantage
to examine onr stock and prices, before purchasing else
where. Our Goods aro all of No. I quality, and at prices
In accordance with the times.
Ladies' Goods, Holiday Presents and Toys, in great
variety. CAMPBELL & BUFFUM.
Frescott, Arizona, December 23, 1871.
HERBERT BOWERS,
Post Trader, Fort Whipple, A. T.,
Has recently replenished his stock of
GrocerUs, Provisions, Can Fruits, Clothing,
Boots, Shoes, Stationery, Fancy Goods,
Tobacco, Cigars, die,
He, also, keeps constantly on hand and for sale, the fol
lowing articles, all of which are manufactured at his
Agua Frio Mill, 20 miles east from Prescott :
Flour, Graham Flour, Buckwheat Flour,
Bolted Corn Meal, Bran and Shorts.
The flonr is as good as the best imported California, of
which it tukes precedence in this market.
Prices Reasonable.
Call and examine for yourselves.
H. BOWERS, Post Trader,
mar-26 Fort Whipple.
That's a Fact. What's a Fact?
, THAT TIIE
NEW YORK CHEAP STORE
Is the only Store lit Arizona that
Receives Goods Direct from
New York. City. 1
By this arrangement, the proprietor saves thfc
enormous tariff usually levied by San Francisco
merchants, and is thereby enabled to sell goods
cheaper than any other merchant in Arizona.
I have on hand,
Henry's Improved Rifles and Cartridges
Colt's Revolvers, Ilolsters and Belts,
Percussion Caps, Flasks, Pouches,
A. Large Stock of
Boot, (including Rubber Boots,) Shoes,
lints, Socks, Cooking Stoves, Axes,
Nails, etc., etc., together with a large
stock of
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Suitable for this Market.
Call and see for yourselves.
LEVI BASH FORD.
Prescott, March 20, I860.
CIIA-ISTGOE or BASE.
Ajj Entoielt New "Lav-out" of
Groceries, Provisions, Fresh and Dried Fruits,
Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes, Notions, Etc.,
Is now offered the people of Prescott and vicinity, by
MELVIN & McFOSTER,
(At tkctr Store, In tho Old Capitol, Building,)
They have nice, fresh Honey, Butter, Bacon, Hams,
Lard, Nuts, Candles, and several other good things,
which they are sellinjr very cheap, to friouds and foes.
Prescott, July 29, 187L
ORIENTAL
Restaurant, Bakery and Saloon
Next door to the Miner Office.
FRESH BREAD, PIES AND CAKES,
Always on hand.
GOOD BOARD,
Farmiaked by the Week, Day, or Meal, mt
the fellowlHg prices s
Psr Week Twelve dollars, currency.
Single Metis One dollar "
Qtp Oysters; Sardines, etc.,
HF Served in good style, at ail hoars.
- . - -n
Good Larer Beer. Wises, Lipases and Cigars, kept coa
' -i aaUy 6a hand, fee the accommodation .
of rcteer. .
DAN. UATZ, Proprieter.
'Prescott, December IB, 1669.
PACIFIC BREWERY,
MONTEZUMA STREET,
Next door to' the Mister Office, Prescott.
GOOD LAGER BEER,
Liquors and Cigars,
Alwaj o& load aid for sale.
JOES RATDLE, Proprietor.
Preeeott, Jasaty 13,16T2, '
PRESCOTT.
. HENDERSON Sc BRO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Groceries, Provisions, TVines, Liquors,
Tobacco, Cigars, Clotbing, Dry-Goods,
Boots, Shoes, Hardware, Tinware,
Glassware, Crockery, Mining and.
Farming Tools, Paints, Glass,
Oils, Putty, Stationery,
Cutlery,
Confectionary, Perfumery', Guns, Pistols,
Ammunition, Medicines, Children's
Toys, Fireworks, 4c
They particularly invite the special attention of Farmers
to their AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, consisting
of all kinds of
Plotcs, Cultivators, Dotthle Shovel Plovs,
Seed Svteers and Wheelbarrovs,
Also, of the trade, to their
Fine Stock of Liquors,
All of which they will sell lower than any other traders
Central Arizona.
Give them a call, before purchasing elsewhere.
D. HENDERSON & BRO.
n.
Trescott, Augrust 13, 1670.
Is. B. JEWELL & Co.,
Watchmakers and Jewelers,
South side of Plaza, Prescott.
Hare on hand, fur sale, a fine assortment or
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry.
Jewelry, of all kinds, made to order. Repairing
done with care and promptness. aa7
QUARTZ MOMTAlX SAW-MILL,
GROOM CREEK.
ALL KINDS OF LUMBER,
For Buildinjr nnd Mining purposes kept constantly on
hand at the Mill, fire miles from town, and at the yard in
Prescott.
PRICES, IN CURRENCY t
Good Merchantable $40.00
Flooring nnd Sidinff 50.00
Clear! 60.00
Ten dollars additional in town.
No departure from these prices. Xo sales made except
Tor cash.
A. O. NOYES,
G- W. CUUTIS,
Prescott. May 1, 1870.
MAKICOPA C0UiTL
SALT RIVER
FLOXXRIIVG MILL,
SALT RIVER VALLEY, ARIZONA,
Our Mill now being in full operation, we are prepared
to furnish the market with a quality of Flour, which we
will guarantee far superior to any manufactured In the
Territory, and fully equal to the very best imported from
California. AVe will keep constantly on hand at the Mill,
and at our several agencies,
THREE QUALITIES OF FLOUR, IN
25, 50, and lOO-lb. Sacks,
GRAHAM FLOUR,
SEJIITEULA,
CORX-MEAIj,
BRAN, &c, &c.
For the present we will sell Flour at the Mill for C, 83
and S3 per hundred. A liberal discount will be allowed
for large purchasers. Alter the coming wheat crop is
harvested, we will sell at 81 less per hundred. Agents
will sail at mill rates, witlithe cost of transportation added.
All orders will receive prompt attention.
-A.G-E2STTS :
Hellings & Vetl, ----- Prescott.
Barnktt & Block - - - - Wickenburg,
Moore & Oarr - - - - Maricopa "Wells.
E. N. Fish & Co. - - - - Jlorencc.
E. N. Fish & Co. Tucson
W. B. IIELLIXGS & Co.
Phornlx, Arizona. dec3071
"W. B. HELLIN'OS E. E. IIELLINGS.
New Goods, New Goods!
W. B. HELLINGS & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
MILL CITY,
8ALT RIVER VALLEY, ARIZONA,
Ilave Just received, direct from New York and San Fran
cisco, as large and complete an assortment of geods
u was ever shipped to this Territory,
Consisting of
Groceries,' Provisions, IVinc!,
Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars,
Clothing, Boots, Shoes,
Hardware, Woodenware, Qaeenswaro,
Jtiniag a&d Agricultural Implements,
Of srrerv description.
And a gescr&i variety of all kinds of YXSKZZ NOTIOSS.
ire SIV seuBK mpmmxattxuj J'ucra,
and will go&raatee thai tie cloeeet buyers will haTe so
vcesipiaiB.
Call aad ejsamiao car stock.
W. B. HELLDiGS & CO.
H01 C$ry, AogHet 20, 1871. aug26tf
EHRENBERG.
To the Merchants, Traders &
Station Keepers of Northern
Arizona, Greeting:
WM, B. HOOPER & CO.,
nave Established a
"WHOLESALE JOBBING HOUSE
AT
EHRENBERG, -A
Where they are now offering TO THE TRADE a large ami
magnificent stocfc of Staples, in the various lines required
by the merchants and traders throughout Arixona, and ore
selling same at less prices, TOR CASH, than they can be ma
down there for.by any one not having the same facilities this
house possesses, which consist of an experienced, resident
partner in the Xew York and San Francisco markets, where
they ULT FOR cash, OF importers, or Import their own
stock direct, and in large quantities. Orders by letter
filled with same care and attention and at SAME FIUCE3 as
though the parties were themselves present.
Being the contractors for the transportation of Govern
ment supplies from this point to all military posts, and hav
ing sufficient transportation COX3TXTLT OX HAND, we can
furnish all post traders to better advantage and in le4
time than can any other house, as also can we forward any
and all merchandise, machinery or other articles consigned
to our care.
CP Highest price paid for Hide, Bullion, or any
ether marketable article produced in the country.
"U'JL B. HOOPEK, & CO
Ehrenberg, A. T., August IS, 1871.
RIVER VIEW HOTEL,
Elircntoerg'j Arizona.
This hotel is pleasantly situated, on the banks of the
Colorado IUver, near the stoco ofScc and directly opposite
the Steamboat and Ferryboat Landings, and the lroprie-
tor is prepared to acoommotlnhj all wuo may lavor Him
with their atronage.
Good Fare, Clean Rooms
And Comfortable Beds, at Moderate Prices
A CORRAL,
Wherein animals will be fed and otherwise cared for, ad
joins the Hotel.
PERRY BOATS,
Are kept constantly in readiness to convey men, animals
and vehicles across tb river.
The patronage of the public is solicited.
THOMAS GOODMAN, Proprietor.
Ehrenberg, Arizona. dec2X7l
J. G0LWATER & BRO.,
Wholesale Dealers,
Forwarding' and Commission Merchants,
JClircnbcrg, Arizona.
ARIZONA CITY.
WM. B. HOOPER, & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
General Merchandise,
.LI2503T-A. CITY, -A T.
GENERsXL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Z0i CALIFORNIA STREET,
(P. O. Drawer, 990.) Sax Pkaxcisco, Cal.
JAS. M. BAilNEY,
Ehrenberg.
JOHN S. CARR,
Arizona City.
Our facilit'tcs foi purchasing and arrangements for sell
ing are fully completed, and we now offer TO THE TIlADK,
a Full Stock of Merchandise in each department, com
prising all articles enquired for, aud salable throughout
the Territory.
We sell it small advances, FOU CAS it, and are positive
that it is to the benefit of every Interior Merchant to buy
of us instead of in San Francisco or elsewhere thereby
avoiding tie expenses and annoyances of a long and
tedious journey, and the loss of three months time neces
sary to rccttive their purchases, enabling them to Increase
their protits with the same or les capital invested.
Orders by letter receive our careful attention, the same
as though Uie parties were themselves present.
In a word we guahantek satisfaction in prices,
quality, quantity, and assortment of goods.
Currency nnd Bullion received at latest Son Francisco
quotations, or sold fur account of owners, as may be de
sired. WM. B. HOOPER. Sc. CO.
Arizona City, A. T., Sept 1st, 1870.
Arizona City Drue: Store.
GEORGE MARTIN,
Wholesale and Retail
DR TJGGIS T,
Main Street, Arizona City, A. T.,
Has in store a full line of
Dispensing Medicines, Patent Medicines,
Drugs, jperiuinery, 1'atnts, Oils, Toilet
Soaps, Toothbrushes,
And all other articles usually kept In Drug Stores.
Prescriptions pot up with great care.
Orders from the country solicited, with the assurance
tnat prices, ccc , will be found satisfactory.
UEOKGE MARTIN.
Arizona City. A. T. decern tf
NOTICE.
Steamship IVevrberne.
THE COLORADO STEAM NAVI-
.f t. t r . . . .
cauon uoTBpany s oie&msnip i evberne
leaves Sao Francisco for mouth of Colora
do river on the fint nf mrr
ucv"g imhi. jciul loauea Ri X UZO& In
twelve (IS) days from San Francisco.
.Mgcuwn ui iuc vuuipaay bi oiu .rront Street, Saa
Francisco, California, Yuasa and Ehrenbenr. Arizona.
aE5ts general Superintendent.
SAJf BERNARDINO.
ISAAC H. JLEVY,
Dealer in General Merchandise, and General
Commission Merchant,
Sam Bernardino, California.
MsSTTtayso feraran&Ht So r rsixt etf Ariuaa ;ti.
prowptsesa aad despatch.
Gold -daft, Legal Tenders, sa4 SeMIew Flutd SetUe
t, boegfct.
OSe of tbJtrnnsa. Stair a Ela. Xo. I Jxi-Van'-RI w
earner of Third aad GraflesLStreeta. T; . '
on -eenuraioo, cal, Aura ( ism,
PRESCOTT.
ARIZONA
STAGE inn
JXejralar weekly trips, by stare, wi a ,,
between "-w
PRESCOTT, RIZOS.
n .1
Stace leaves Prescott every Sattmkr .t
o'clock; arrives at 'Wickenburg, Sbu. ry'Sfc j
Pax and E Orenburg, Monday nnnda f-7 ' j
morn hip; at etirht o'clock, aad arriTesst !
Thursday evening.
distance; about 450 im.
Takk From Prescott to Saa TVmanJU.
Frow Prescott to Wickenbsnr. 83X00 rtL rZCM
cott to Ehrenlwrj-. (Colorado 1U ver). $45.1;
racnage transported on resuusat terss.
JAMES GRANT, IW,
For farther particulars inquire of '
acests:
ALLEN & "WHITE, PUKSCOTT; I. n.
BERNAKDIM).
IIARDYVILLE.
SAMUEL TODD,
SURVIVES, at HARDYVILLE, ARIZAfj
On the East bank of fee CotorcdoKinr,
At which ptaco he has the lanrest store la It Tmb I
well filled with-
Groceries, Provisions. Clothing,. Dry Gssij
T .1 oi TT. m? 1
lioots aim onoc?, iiaruwurc, i laTirt
And all other
Also, Liquors, "Wines, Tobacco,
Farming and Mining Irapkstid;
And cven'thinirelse neled by housekeerTv sbm 1
pectors, tinners, etc., all of which he wIQkB cn?k
cash.
Persons traveling from Xevsda and CaHtnk !i Mi.
lapal and other mining districts, and vie vtrn tsafelM
better place to pnrcimse supplies man m xi. Yaifi p. i
Hardj-ville, Arizona, beptoinber is, VHl. Mfm
FORWARDING.
The undersftrned informs the people of TVnI!?
frict, Prescott and intermetliale points that beii prfi 1
to receive nnd forward freight for the lattrier st rm !
ble rates ana in a prompt manner.
WODSTER X. HAKDT.
Hardyville, Arizona, Dec 1, 1871 aedtf
IE6AI.
Administrator's Xolict,
Notice Is hereby piven to the creditors ot t& 3e.
eons having claims against the estate ofTioaUW
kiln, deceased, to present the same, wtta ts ytm
vouchers, to tbe undersigned, administrator, stti tin
of the Probate Judge, Prescott, Yavapai cosslr. Aw
Territory, within one yw from tbe first paWMSiMk
this notice, or the same "will be Jbrever barrel. ff
sons Indebted to said estate are hereby reirerttct! to sail
immediate payment.
ROBT. D. RTUBBLEPrELD.
Administrator of the Estate of Thomas Bodkls. iL
Irescott, Arizona, Jnnuarj' 1st, 18T2. jsstJ
Maricopa Wells Statiei,
Or the Southern Overland Mall RssfcJ
135 miles east of Arizona City and Fort Yoaa; ls& j
west of Tucson. 50 from Uamp JieiJoweii, sra
from Phceulr, Salt River Vallej-'
OFFERS GREAT INDUCEMENTS
To the Traveling Puhlic,
.Wt nf Hnml Hoard asd
a Store, wherein Is kept goods of etery iMi , HI
Uornil, plenty or gooil liay, grain nnu www. "T i
largest Wagon and lHacksmith Shop on the j
where gooU workmen are always ready ws
make and repair wagons, etc.
l'rices of evervthiur. reasonable.
JAS. A. 3I00ItMftMi.su.'
L.W.CARR, j'T.,
Maricopa WelU, Arixona. iul
Ayev's Sarsaparilm
FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD,
Jt.l-. that MMli'3
real public bUssiaf. A"J
tlve enre of a JW
Plainu. which KnvfP.KX
MA W-tt.'l ft SW frTVH titilHs lha Ml OS SO. ItAft J
W w.MF,Vsn tern, wniru om -
on the snnace t
should be eipeuw a--
aro the determination of these same humors to jj,
nal organ, or organs, whoso action they il'rasifJ
substance they disease and destroy. ATE ,
aro gone, the disorders they prodace dlssp?
Sony's fire. Rose or F.rysiUs, J"!: Vto
isiouries, JioiU, Tumors, Tttter ana am j
Head, Rinpeorm, Ulcers and Sorts.
raiga, i'an tn tne jionts, suit ana ' . r j.1
ness. Sterility. Ltucorrhxa arising from "J JSsH
1 ton ana uterine disease, Uropsy, jyrprpft - .j
returns.
ritEPAHED BY
Dr. J. C. AYEE & Co., Lowell, X
Practical and Analytical ChemUU-
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FOR RESTORING GRAY
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new. cars. dia
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and nopleasas!
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skill has prodoW
dote for these
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which has
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women asdio-rp--
balr ls natural color, with the fresimess aai St
The comparatively few bald and jrray
see, are those who have not yet dieoven s,(fW
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duet of hit art. If you are disfigured, "2 s
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As an eleeaat dressiair for beaatlfrts am'
so superior. (
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Practical and Analytical
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