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TIio Weekly Arizona Miner.
PDMJanHD EVERT FBIDAT EVEMIKO, ' ....AT.... Proscott, Yavapai County, A. T., ....nr.... .TOTXN- ir. MAUI ON" Ac Co. TERMSIN ADVANCE INVARIABLY. H Ul ISO It IWIO.V : One Copy, Ono Vear 7 00 " " Six Month 4 00 " Three Months 2 50 Single Copier, 25 ADVMriTISINO! One qunrc, one time, M.OO: each nddlllona tirae, ti.w. Kadi additional aquarc, (time rate. . A liberal dlicotint wHI he made to persons con tinuing the fame adrcrtl.emcnt lor three, six, or twolre month). rrorenloritil arid InnlncM card inserted upon rcaannablu teritu. , I TTTranilant AdTt!emeaU will not I Inirtd la thii pajsr until after ther shall bare bwa paid (or. lemona aeiulltiK ua money lor subscription, AdvcrtUlnjrorJoh work, may lorwurd It hy mull, or other Wo, at their own rink. Ct" lijal Tender A'of . taken at par in payment for i iter iption, adeerliting and job tcork. Addri!" all order nnd letters to -THE MINER," Proscott, Arizona. Ouit How with Spain. Circumstances niter case, ami it may be tlmt, much as I'rcniileni Grant anil Ills Cabinet nppear to Iclrc npcAccablc Adjustment of ourlilIiciilty with Spain, home overt act of tiiu vicious llavaneo may yet pltiiigo our country Into -war with Spain, in which coae, Cuba in certain to fall an easy prey to our gallant wldicrs and sailors. The threat of tho Havancso to scuttle and ilnk the Virgintu', sooner than give her up, nnd tho talk of resigning, indulged in lv .Spanish navul officers in Cubn, prove one of two things, that the Spaniards in Cuba arc bitterly hostile against our country, or love her and her institutions so well, that they are straining every ixiint to force war and u -change of ownership of their island. The actions of our Government, so far, have not pleased the Atnertcin people, and it be gins to look as though .Minister Sickles, who, the telegraph Mates, is on hi way homo to reiign, looks ns if he, too, had experienced too much Spanish bravado to stop at Madrid and ploy littlo Fish to the big Fish of our .State Department, who appears to hare lost no Spaniards, nnd does not seem to have his feelings hurt by Spanish intuit. It may be that our Government is afraid ot tho Spanish Navy, which U quite formidable, nut they must not target that our country lias never yet been worsted on water. "Our voice is still for wor." Southern Arizona. Prom the Cltlien of December 6.1 Letters from settlers at Pueblo Viejo. on the upper Gila, represent that place as in a flourishing condition. Although the planting was very late, the crops turned out very well. Ihu yield m the valley wasatxnit 125,000 lbs of wheat, 50,000 lbs. of beans and 20,000 lbs of potatoes, with large quantities of pump kins, squash, cabbage and other vegetables. Indians in the neighborhood are pvacablo, the climate is delightlul and the settlers are con tented. An extended notice of the marriage of M. H. Piatt, taken from the Hannibal Courier, hows that the a flair was in nil respects high-toned and pleasing to the public as well as to the principal parties. Win. J. Osborn, Judge of Probate. Citv Recorder, etc., was married December 4th, to .MI'S Anna .Johnson. Uot. bjllunl performed the ceremony, wuicu was loiiuweu by a gen eral reception. .Silver City, New Mexico, near the Arizona line, has had n census taken, wuicu snows a population of 810. The 'Indian Commissioner has ordered that no more rations of corn bj issued to the Apache, because they use it to make nn in toxicating liquor, called tiz-win, and get drunk on it. In making a general review of our public f-cb'Hfi alf.il rs, the editoraccords well deserved praifo to Governor baltord, for his untiring . jind successful efforts to have the fcchool system started on a sure basi. The Government of Mezico has appointed General I). Ignacio Escudt-ro ruident consul at Tucson, with a salary of S'00 per annum, and has also appointed G. L. U hlias a com missloner, with 100 per month salary, to ascertain the claims of citizens of honor and Chihuahua against the Government, and the amount of damage sustained by said citizens from the raids of Arizona Apaches. This ac tion is significant of the preparation of claims against the U. S. Government for such damages. Fifteen assays made by the State Assaycr of California o! ores from mines in the .Monte znma District, thirty-five miles from Tucson. fT.iow that half a dozen of the mines will pay for working. Patents have been applied lor on two of tho mines. .Mohave County Mining News. Ci; it ii at, Mohave County, A. T., December Oth, 1873, To the EdiUn of the Arizona Miner: CCPAIt VALLEY DIITIUCT, JrnM Mine In active course of develop jnent ledge very largo thaft fifty feet deep, show six feet of ore. Uhe ledge was lately struck in tho wash, below water level, and shows two feet of 1000 ore flvo tons ready for shipment last shipment to San Franciico went ? 188 per ton. This mine alono ought to make a district. Silver Queen near the Arnold is being bought up by parties who know a mine, has shafrlllty feet deep and shows a well defined vein. OhiOfUi Wcrkinif preparatory to taking out twenty or twenty-five tons of oro for ulilnment. Last lot went over S300 per ton JiMard'if- Gtnuy Taking out shipping ore have been arrastraing do .not know the result. JSticer rri Brooks & Tompkins taking out ore for shipment. Jackson JlcCrackin has struck it rich in Aubrey District S3.700 ore, and Mac feels irood. Baity J)ian Has lately been sold to San Jrancisoi parties. Tho litrures bavo not readier! mo will shortly commence work. Wen McUvarv, in Maynanl District, has lately discovered the Hidden Treasure, nnd is toxins out some remarkably rich oro for Ahintnentaljo for the " Webfoot. " walhi'ai nirraiCT. Jftxe Loodvn J. 13. Fisher is developing this piiue frhaft down sixty feet five feet of oro in the bottom of shaft. Mr. Fisher is ! . .... at. PM.. P.. ... n .1.1. prepifi-ins "r ruuinvc vu ..... ore, if fie can procure th furnace from the " Sixty-Tine" Is keepinj,' up lU rcputa tloa a paying ruitie. The- Superintendent is in Han Francisco, nut will shortly rcrurn nnd put a Urge force to work. Still slaking itbafl. Thwo are' only a fw items from agme of Mur minv mines. More anon. - . : - Yours. Moiuvc 'smTasxtat'mKsft'ixsntt Volnme I No, 51. 'if GTS. A COPY. Salt River Valley. coKucsro.vijr.NCE or tub arizoxa Mi.vr.it.) I'ntr.Nix, Maricopa County, A. T., December 8th, 1873. To the VAitor of Hie Arizona Miner : While writing my last letter, on Friday, it was raining, and continued so till Saturday morning, during which day it was fair, but mined hard all that night unit cleared off bunday morning. Ihu ground is thoroughly saturated nnd the roads are very muddy. The weather is quite cool, though it did not ircczo Inst night. 1 he Onartcrly Conference, which commen ced on Friday evening, was very well attended In spite ol rain and muddy roads. Un bun day evening tho house was filled, half tho congregation, ut least, being ladies, and the sacrament was administered. The Sunday School on Sunday, was orcani- ized. The He v. A. li. Gill was elected Superin tendent: h. Irvine, Secretary : J. A. It. Irvine Librarian; Miss Nellie Shaver, Teacher, First Class; Mrs. K. Hogers, Teacher Second Class. Ihu library belonging to the school is small. Two ttcrsons have promised to donate some books to it. The Hev. A. U. Gill is to lecture in the Court House, this evening, on Theology, as per uppointmcnt. A siiecial &csi iun of tho District Court convened at the Court Home to-day. Judge Tweed presiding. The business was all laid over till the regular term in April, and the Court adjourned mne die. J. I. AIap lias been appointed Justice of tho Peace, for l'hoeni.x Precinct. . It. Hellings Ic. Co. nave lately purchased 120,000 lbs. wheat from the Steam Thrasher Company. 10 o'clock r. t. I he lecture, this eve ning, was very plain and pointed. I be attendance was very small. I here is to be a ball on Wednesday evening in Grant's new building, which is u-ei! as u stage otlice Roc. PittKNix, Maricopa County, A. T., December 12th, 1873. The indications are that we will have a wet season, sure. It began raining again on lues- day ; rained all that night, all day on Wed nesday, all Wednesday night and cleared up yesterduy moi mug. It is now clear aud cold, with a cmlly wind Horn the eust, and looks as if it would rain again in n few days. The whole country t completely soaked, and the river is so high that the 'lucson buck-board was unable to crov. Tho mail from there was ferried over at lluydtn's Ferry, and the driver had to pack it on his back afoot from there to town. He got in about 2 o'clock, p. m. This rain will help the grain alrr..dy up, while it will injure that not up, and will interfere- with the farmers in their work. It has, also, been hard on the bouses here, nearly all of which are covered with dirt and they leaked some. Yet, on the whole, the rain is beneficial to the country. The crops will be better than In a dry season ; there will be an abundance of grass all oter the whole country and miners will be able to tret out thousands of dollars which, otherwise, they could not. ITEMS. The Dailies of the Cth, 8th and Otb, came to hand Is.t evening. The muuntaius north and cast of the val ley are covered with snow, which makes the air very chill). There was a white Irost this morning, plain to be seen, and it lclt cold enough to lieeze ice. The ball on Wednesday evening was a pleasant affair and all who attended express ihemseHes iiiguiy pieaseu luerewitn. uwmg to the mud and rain tne attendance was not one third what it otherwise would have been. Thu dancers hud supper at tho Capitol House Restaurant. J. V. Herring wnt'j me that A. Starrar, P. Morgan and lumsi'!! have just completed a furnace at th bacatone mine for smelting on a small scale. Mr. Feme, the driver between here and Wickenburtr, says that the road, are fearfully bad and the creeks are getting so high as to be almost impassable. There have been little or no shipments du- nnz ttio wcck. r.. irrmc ct tu. receiveu a load of merchandise from Win. It. Hooper & Co., uma, by hennedy fc liailey's team, and V. It. llellintrs & uu. ioau tne team puck with flour for the stations ou the road. Cotton and Mowrey covered their saloon with canvass, but even this failed to keep the rain entirely out. J'ob, "The Arizona .Mi.tEK talks stralzht nbout mall contracts and contractors. Albuquerque ( ". M. ) Review. The Arizona .Minuk is, and has been, in the habit of talking straight about almost everything, but )ou; well, you have talked nudity crooked about tiie xMinkr and its Territory; but. -'where ignorance is bliss," you know the ret. Ur worse sun, n me cause you espouse cannot be advanced save by mm; about una belittling tho cause to which the -M in Lit is devoted, It shows you to be a narrow-minded bicot. in wIiomj hands a spade would be miuhlicr than a ten, Mr. McGuinncss You bavo shown your ears by publishing the ouimoas of wandcriiii! Bta-Wi and beop- herders concerning the mineral resources of Arizona, which opinions were not, of course favorable to our 1 erritory. v e bavo quieti proven these men liars, by a letter from the oirwr, which letter place you in a very tight place. iSot content witn your iirst mng at Arizona, you again come pick wiiu some . . I . ... drivel rbout " results, " to all of which the Mi.ncr has but to say that It will, if you hav no better sense man 10 draw u out, ten what it kuows about results of mining here and in rcw Mexico; and a comparison will not, we assure you, be relished by you Oiiumiur.vA "Sal " Strange name for male Indian cut-throat is now, or was, short time ago, in the hands of tho military authorilies of the Department ol Arizona. "Sal" u a very bad wearer or mocassins. II used to "gad" around what was once a very cood home for bad Indians Camp Date Greek, and, we believe, stanus accused oi , i-vlni, a V( Wni,,, very active part in tne nornbic massacre, uaptain.iames Jiurns of the Fifth Cavalry, took the fiend alive. It is now in order to find out what ho knows about the horrible affair at Wickcnbcrg, and other horrors committed by himself aud con federates. A friend on the Colorado River Indian Re serve sends cash for tbo Dailt Mini.it, and reports tho law storm as very heavy tncfjp, PKESCOTT, AUIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 10, Prospecting;. Camp Mc Dow km.. Dec. 8, 1873. To the TAilor of the Arizona A!ir,er : Kverybody in Arizona has done more or less prospecting, and this being the mpposl tlon, I will not attempt to give any informa tion concerning the necessary malti tjiemndi thut would lend to the dicovery of hidden treasure, but will merely give some "first tin pressions" that the writer experienced. First impressions are said to be indelible, and doubtless the meaning is ns applicable to tho first night's sleep with the boots on and pis tol in hand, as it is in a love affair. Having been in tho Territory but a short nme, i was most anxious to take a pros pecting tour. I am now satisfied. After persuasion on my part and condescension on the part of a ininint; party, it was ncrced that I was to ho one of 'cm. My cup of ioy was full. The eventful morning came; every- iiiing was in readiness ; the "grub" wss all lucked and tied on. and finally we were off without omitting an article even tho snake- oue antidote was secure in the saddle-bogs. Over the country we swept. My proud steed, (a supcranuated Government horse), took tho lead and could not be curbed when he stumbled. Our direction lay north, and as we gradually ascended from the starting point, the scenery improved. At sunset we dismounted, cooked our buihmt and went to bed, kcoping up a temperature of about 100" under the blankets the first part of the nicht. wuen mercury commenced dropping anil fell to about 37. I slept in the middle, and mv comrades in mtsiorttinc said I changed iiosi uon mriy nines a rninnte ounni' the iirst part of the night. W u were out six days, but before half the mc expired, my visions of pleasure had en tirely vanished. We climbed high in the mountains, looking for signs of defined edges, float, and all the geographical forms tion that tho knowintr cold seeker seeks for We found it, of coure gold that we could see in tho rock and quietly folded our blankets and stole away. Wo carno back in tie shape. 1 was clad I had taken the trip. out. leu Doner mat it was over. If there is any person who reads this, and nhapily has never prosiwcted, he will take the advice of n miner and try it. There is nothing equal to scaling rugged mountains us an appetizer. Three days extieriencc con vinced me that raw bacon and soda biscuit were equal to any bill of fare I ever sat be hind. The miner has never been justified in the way of cheap verse, tc. They delve and search everywhere; year in and year out. hey tracr.e tho country. Isolated from all society except their pick, slnrcl, pan. pipe. and the little jug marked 'Kentucky Favorite', one can but compare them to the'Wanueriiitr Jew' in his endless journey. McD. Oi:.m:ai. LoxosTRrKT has Imx-ii operaling behalf of the Cubans for some months past, anticipating the ultimate entanglement ftbe United States Government in thealfair. ud it is stated that he recently offered to furnish 20,000 men if Government would en roll them. 'rom Yuma we hear that business there is very dull, but considerable excitement rx isted in town over recent discoveries of rich mints in the oltl Gila Citv mining district, and a good many had gone out there. The locnmy is n do u i iwcnty nines irom i iiina. Hank & tank-," the well-known pacKers, re rcporttfd as about going into the stock business, on Tonto Creek, quite heavily. In Salt Lake City they call forty-five cents per dozen for eggs and forty cents er ixiund for butter liieh prices. In I'rescott we don't growl at SI -00 and ?1.25 for the same articles, but wo get wood at S-i.UO per cord, while they pay S7.00 in the City of the Saints. A private letter from Maryville states that Mr Charles Whitlow is building a lare ferry boat to use at that crossing of R.sit River. Mr W. has had cxK!iiencc as a Ixatnnin nn the Ohio and other river. Salt River Is very liiub and owing to the great accumulation of snow in the mountains is likely to keen un for some time. IScavcr Citt, Utah, must be a flourishinsr town, since it supports a tri-weekly paper the hntcrpnse, ptiblished bv John Field. The place is distant from Flardyvillc, in this Territory, about 300 miles, and is expecting the Otaii outticrn I'acillc nail road soon. Tbavtlisc along the sea coast of Florida. a gentleman, noting tbo barrenness of the country, asked n native : " bat do you live on here ? " " Live on ! " replied the man, " why, we live on fish and strangers." Tiiu Spanish Navt. The Spanish Navy is acquiring some Interest In the present state of affairs. It consists of nine armor-plated ships, carrying from 14 to 40 guns apiece: ten wootien iritiiiies oi me ursi-ciass, carrying .o to 51 guns: twenty-six wooden frigates of the second-clus, with from 2 to 18 guns each : eleven wooden frigates of the third- class and seven gunboats, each carrying from to 10 guns, llns agf-rccates 03 vessels. The Iron-clads nre huge vessels of from 9,000 to II, iw tons eacn, the TornatJu, which cap tured the Virgiuius, beint; one of them, and carrying I t guns. Four of those iron-clads, the Aumancia, letuan and lour others, are in the possession of tho Intraneigcntes at Carta gena, in Spain, and nnothcr, the Arepelcs, of 30 guns, is undergoing regain at tho Itrook- lyn Isavy lartl, so that the available iron clad force is reduced to four vessels, of which only one, in addition to the Tornado, is in Uuban waters, it will nave been noticed that the shooting of tho Virginius prisoners at Santiago was done by a file of marines. The marines are considered the flower of the Spanish navy and tho liest defensive force of Hpain. luey number, wnen tho corps is mil, 10,000 men, and their officers are selected from among tho nobility, those destined to hold commissions in the marine corps of Spain being specially educated at Madrid and Cadiz. It comprises an artillery as well as an infantry ervieo. and nt present numbers GOOO rank and file. Over 14,000 sailors are requited to man tho Spanish fleet. Philadelphia Ledger. Boston, the home of many heavy Radical leaders, is accused ot Having Inst c cctcd Democratic Mayor, by over 18,000 majority, and may now boast that her peoplo hare ceased worsniping goiutn calves. Tucson prciohtcrr are talking of carrying goods from San Diego, Cal., to Tucson about 500 miles at tho rate of ten cents ner nound. This might be done, but with very little, if ft. . .LI. .fit.. . f any prom, aw ini ttvia oi iac year, MAIUCOl'A COUNTY. W. U MLLLISOS, RbW'Dr. HELL'S'., C. II. VKIt, FLOURING MILL. Salt River Valley, Arizona. Our Mill now Iwln In full otxratlwi, wenr r"lr.4 to fumih tb market wldi a qualily of Flour, which irtirol Ixr interior to nay loanabctured la Ih. Trri tory, and fully .qual totb ry htl Imi-jrlM from Call forma. We will krp cm.tantly on Vaod at the Mill, aod at our toTtril ageac!. THREE QUALITIES OF FLOUR, In 25, 50, and 100-Pound Sacks GRAHAM FLOUR, SUM I TEL LA, CORN-MEAL, CRACKED WHEAT AND BRAN. A tllirl diconnt will l mad on ffnlar rat to roer.liaBt. and othri piirtliailnf Urgt qu.otlUn. ac;i:jvtni Oirizox Coxxrix. J. H. riF.Kwx IiABxerr tc Block Moouc &. Cakr K. N. Vuh St Co k. a. run ic co V.aaI Itirali. Arizona. Prtmtt WltlenVaric .Miorolx. Miwleor Wetlfc I'laresee. Tueo. W. B. HELLIH0S CO. inacivix: MOTEL, Phoenix. A Arizona. The andtrlgu) hirloif oiael ihU UoUL aMore. U publie that no mIb. or r.tftu; will be lrS to make It Tlir. llMel of the TrrlUry. .Slsgle r-iin for lamlHe.. In ojoaeetJon with the Hotel. A food SUbie aod f ed Yartl atuebed to the ruiiU-t Come oo. ooue all Ao4 fcl ue a call, norltf J. J. OAimiXRIt, Trorrietor. MOWREY & COTTON'S SALOON, Corner Washington and Montezuma Sta, III(J2.LY, ARIZONA. THK VEUV I1EJ5T Or Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Cp. ALWAYS ON" HAM). A Two Billiard Tables In the Establiauxnent. norlroS ii. oaai. n. WKmciL. ir. iviojGvrs' & co., PHCENIS; SALT RIVER VALLEY, -AJD- MOIiGAX'S FEItRY, 02f THE OILA. Maricopa County, Arizona, MULKU G ELVER A L M ERCHANDISE. Our MMo: 'Qnich &Utt and Small Profit: JeSftf J. Coidwater & Bro., 3?X-ICEIsri2C, ARIZONA, Hit oa haad a Lirp acd Complete Etock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Cornprl'iar eTtTjihlof required la a fArtoinp ronatry, ad which they will Mil at the lowest foutble eim. Hlfbstt pries paid for Qraia. febltf CAPITAL HOUSE, I5httjnix, Arizon rv, JOHN GEORGE, Proprietor. The eaiing department will be toad acted the rc- UurMt Itjle. JlfiAI-S AT AUI, I1UUU3. TIIE SALOON DefArtment. byOKOHnK k. WALTERS, wll be lap plied with the be.1 of Liquor. Ac l'emlz, Maricopa OHiLty, A. Aojo.t 31, 1872. ' aaf31 BARIS'EIT & RLOCK, ....nr.Ai.KiisiN.... GroctrUt, ProvUiont, Clothing, Dry-GooJt Boot Shoet, Tobacco, if c. PiisNix, Maiiicopa Countv, Arizona. fTff" Sell cheaper, than any other merchants In central Arizona noWO'tiT, PRKSCOTT. TO THE PUBLIC. New Store New Goods. THE REST EVER OFFERED IN THIS MARKET. WK TAKE THIS MKTI10D OP IlESI'KCTrTLLY nonouadiit t the pablle tltat wa bava lo.l received, ar raufed, and are now aelllog and offrrlng for Mle, in our NEW AND COMMODIOUS STORE, South Side of Plaza, Pxescott, Arizona, fOne door Eait of Wormier it Werthelnjrr'O A IV IMMEIVSE STOCK, coxmstwo, w rAirr, or Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Gaiters Of all ilndi and litei, for Udlf i, entletnen and boyi. OUK STOCK. IIAVINO I1EKN SELECTED WITH Peat care by on of the rm, (who will remain in ,mo raaelMu for the runs). f barleir more rood, at a tisall adrancs on onet; awl with ipeclal rebreoc to this nuuaei, wa ut. oonnueai thai wa can ion our (roods CHEAPER Tbao say other Hwue la the Territory. We aa there' fur certain that at to quality and adaptability la the wioii m. nfaiuuniiy oyr .una u niur)keei. For theas reaeona wa reiptelfally aoliclt a that ct the pablio patronax. titling ajeared that oar gdoAl aod price. ouii iwi wriii enure uuiumon. VST Ovmvj Exsbtapd for OoM DuLI IL A6IIER A. CO. Preieott, Koveatbt 1173. ntvCJtf Establish 1864, ST A YEAR. 1873. MO 1 1 AY 15 COUNTY. A. K IIAVN. Al.t'lU RASIMM.. DON'T READ THIS, Unless you wan't to find out that you can Buy Goods at Reduced Rates, of DAVIS & RANDALL, -A.T 3VEI3STERA.Xi PARK. pi:ai.i:iw is Groceries and Provisions. CLOTHING AND HARDWARE, TOIt.VtXO AM) C'KiAICN, !OruyM unci IMedicirioH, LIQTJOBS, -WltOA-ICdA-ljlC Ae ItliTX-A-IT, Who ar. at. prrwt to SHIP UHKH AXD IIUU.IOK, aaa uuti uw-rai ununt oa U.4 urn.. tnZI wjr.cosr. Joux C. foris. Cory Ac XottH, SELL OIIJEVI? Tor CASH, EVEBTT TX-iI3STG-NEEDED Y EVERYBODY IN" A.RIZOTA, , AT TlfEHl TOUK IS CRHHAT, WAt.LAPAI MINING DISTRICT, MOHAVT. COfXTY, AlttZONA TKItKITOItV. We keep on hand, a large Assortment of J)RL'(iS AND .MEDICINES. Cali and See Us. aoft7 T2 Wailapai Assay Office, Cerbat, Mohave County, Arizona. I b; I InAina the ml ten aod utKe la reaerat that 1 hae of.ened aa A.-.r OOce at Certat. WalUpat Dlatrict, where I am rrrrrl to do any work la Ui Use of my bojln.u. I Late Eistz4 Pricei to Eait tU Tiaua, viii Rlerle AtuydorLewL CoWandhllier $3M Kfl Awayg tie Opprr 5.W) Merle Awji far Cuvptt. 0U aad Hilt tr. StI.er IlultKia melted asd Aitayed at 2 fr eest. of t1.. Vmmt aeadhir ore will obaerre the fottoviRr rale : Palteriie the ore, asdiwx thoroughly, tnd about two oqner of rarh Munple ; If more thaa tme un4, mark M Mate la pUla tgvrrt. Kemltt cfeea by rrtani BsaU. C VUITZ. A wayer. PAUL BREON, Camp Mohave, Arizona. DEALER. IX Oroceries, Provisions, Liquors, ASD -- GENERAL .MKKCIf ADISE" - CaoiptliaT, Ariioaa, Jaaaarr 7, 1873. Jolt! CU0P HOUSE & BAKERY, MINERAL PARK, Wailapai District. ..... Mohave County. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. XIIIISA.D, IIICS A.?'I) CAKKS. All the laznrir. of the mowm to be Lad. drlred. I'riee. nulerate. Irlvat rnnma, mal0u6 PIMA COUNTY. E.N. FISH & Co. Ietre to Inlarn the public through the nodlam ot the Mixut, thai their extratlre ttom aad warelxitue., at Tucson and Florence.- a lma esMiatr-. AHxA&a are alwav. SIImI with fall Ii... of t och rl a. are needed la the Territory and thai tfcitr ample uoiliue. fur purcruutar aod reoelTlajc pull, easBle then to Mil better ankle, fur leu rooner than aay other arm la Southed. urn Artixma. In addition to rerutar itore artlelee, they keep on hand PINK MMIBKIt AND fiIIINGI.ES, AtD- 3JA-UX.ICV ami COT. Mr. FUb, at Torino, and Mr. CoUlvffwwjd. at Plorroee, will be pleaiwMl to receive emlU fnm ueh eltireoe of Northern Arltuaa, New Mexico and California, aa may vi.ll, or pnu thewi place.. rehiAi-73 LORD & WILLIAMS. PoetofHce Block, cor. Congress & Main Sts TTJCSOlSr, A-HIZOlSr-A., Have eooeUnUy q hand a Full Assortment of Merchandise Adapted to the want! of ArUonau. They alto are pre arrd to furnLh FHEIQHT, 0EAIH, USD ALL EDTD3 OF PE0DDCE, DO A CENEUAL DltOKEKAOE 11II8INES.S, Make CoUectlona aud Sell Exchange on any part of tt world. Partir. from Northern Artiona. vlittlnr Tutaon, will al wayi Sod ear "latch itrlnp out.' ap!26 ! B.TIU.T. r ecu oa. s. c tc jana. TULLY, OCHOA, & CO., TUCSOiV, ARIZONA. We wmild rery rerpectfdlly rail the attentlna of the people of the Territory to oar targe and complete aort mentor ALL KINDS OF MERCHANDISE, Which ve tell at the LovtH Cath Prica. We lavlte nil ta aiamlaa our atock before nuhlnr their purtnaiei euewnere. raaJl Tl l.l.v, UC11UA, & COMPLETE ASSORTMENT o r Groceries, Provisions, AMD F.riCUKEANN' STOKES, JYo. 18 South Montezuma St., (Opfoelta Dan Ilhtx'i Uaitwrant) being tooiuotly la receipt of froh arrlvala. aa (tale gouti are on hand. J'arnreri' produce and matietiag wanted la exchange Call and rat Wiralnj, either foe eietauut. KTMribaei or gold diut, at IL MeachssVa eld (land, where yvu will ad llit undenlgned or hU auUtiirU ready to aooommo- date at all tlaua. 8. C. HOO T.Wi. frtacott. Jam T, 1173, Business & Professional Cards. COLES BASHF0RD, ATTOUNEY and COUNSELOK-AT-LAW, Tueaotl, Arliana, WU1 rrt)f hi i (rriif.Mion In all th CorrU of lb Territory it.n.cAimza. . a CASTIEO, JR. H. IT. CARTTEIt & SON, Attorneys anil Coiiiisclrs at Law. Frt.rntt, Vxapal Count)-, Arizona. Will attend to bn.ln.M la alt lh fonrtj of the Territory J. I IIAHGRAVE, ATTORNEY and COUNSKLOIl-AT-LAW, Montezuma street, l'rescoti, Arizona. JOHN HOWARD, ATTORNEY and COUNBELOU-AT-LAW, Prcscott, Arizona. JOHN A. RUSH, Attorney i.t T-jxxav, Pbccnlx, Arizona. Will itrictly attend to all bufdaew entnull to Mm, la the levera! uooru oi iiervra is toe i emwry. Protnjit attsEtiea gla t Cotlertloat. J. E. McCAFFRY, ATTOUNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-LAW' Slain Utreet, Tue.on. A. T. J. N. McCANDLESS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,. Offlrr, North Hide of I'laxa, Pre.rott. HENEY W. FLEUEY, PROBATE JUDGE, Justice of the Peace and Notary Public. war. A. HANCOCK, Notary Public and Conveyancer. Illank Drclwratory Materaen ta, And lfil Iflaati (if all Undx. JHHj eolleeied promptly rbowlr, Maricopa Co. Arliooa, Jan. 9th, 1S77. E. IRVFIVE, Attorney at Law, ASD NOTARY PUBLIC, Phoenix, Maricopa County, A. T. OCte, la the Newi Iepot, on the T.'eit tide ct the rtaxa. A. E. DAVIS, ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR - AT-LAW, Xlnertl Ftrk, Xobar. Ceuty, Arixcsi, Will attend to kfal Wow la all the Territory ; male collection., eta. evarti of the. nhetf - J. L. FISHER, AUCTIONEER, Offlce at Judge Fleury'i, North Side Plaza..' J. GOLDWATER & BB0., AYnoLESALE Dealer!, Forwarding- and Commission Merchants, Khrrnbcru, Art row a. Fred. Williams 11 xt oa Land, at hit aaw Saloon, oa north aid. of Flats,. riNEI.Y-FL.AVORED L,IQCORrS of all Uoda, toctther with a Urge ttock ot CARET ULX.Y SELECTED CIGARS LiAIlGE, NEWjCOU'JLETE WACOM AND BLACKSMITH SHOPS, Gurley Street, Fronting on Granite. All alad of niachraithlsf, palrlat; doa la etnd ntyle try fcblltr 'Wafon-maklsf and i rUED. O. BltECHT, BAR AND BILLIARD SAL00N: Moctcxuma Street, Corner Guxley. LARGEST AND BEST SALOON LV NORTHERN ARIZONA. decld wtX A. U MOELLER, Proprleter. WORMIER efcWERTHEIMER, Wholeule and Itetail Dealers la Urocerle., I'rorl.lon., Clothing, Boot A: Shoe., Lliaora, Crockery, Hardware, KaralnK nnrl Xtnlnt; f mpleanent., Etcetera. Southeaat Corner of Plaza, Preacott, A. T raatric rXacittXA. TMcomrLU Lounxos. Purcella & Loisillon, ' Have now on band, at their BRICK STOCK, Ravenna'a old: . atandl, Oovrtwta street, all kind, or GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, cr.oxiri3srCr. boots as shoes.. ' MINING TOOLS, LIQUORS, Ac, , Which they offer for nCt cheap. (ebtf HEEBEBT BOWERS, Post Trader, Fort Wlilpiilc, A. T.'" tlu recently repleauhed hU rtock of Groceries, ProvUiont, Can Fntitt, Clothing, DooU, Shoet Stationery, Fancy Goods, f Tobacco, Opart, etc., ' TIIV SHOP. C. E. FBEDEBIOK, At Store of S. C. Roger, Montezuma St. It ptrtarrd to aroomeiodata tbo pnMSe la the Bianafa tare or tis amj hiikct-ikon WAUB. All kladi of Job work, within the r.ore cf the trade. done to order. actlStf WATER RATES McMuUcn'a 8 lotion, At Situate! 48 Kllei Eut from TJarsaberr, a the Stag D J . . TV J TT71 .1 1 i r .A For waterlog each hon. or male In a larre team of S animal and npwarde, 33 tents cvrreMy. Tot waterinr cattle, 331 re.U la legal tender. Jlylftf ED. GILBERT, Proprietor. Tilton's Steam Washer, WOMAN'TRIENDr Jtnx-.E If, BROOKS, of r-reacott, baa the right to man. ufartur. and tell tkeae macblnea, and be wilt be plaued to glr farther Information concerning them. Tnepriee of a naohiM here will not faU far bort of tZS. Tata, owing to the fact that the bottonu of thuee aow mad. are of topper. Oue of the waiben can be Mn al Ik. .tore of 8, 0. Rngei-a. Booth Monleioma Wtrret. jlySgtf Xjeg-al Xnlfinlcs, y Of aeery claii and kind, alwayi on haad and fur aala. a tho MlHia olHon. at price, inch aa no lawyer, lattice ct tho peace or other affloar can reawably Bod fault with. tfALO. TUB 1'ATK.VT 1'ILLN, FUKHII J ii.. asd gesnlse, at DR. KEKDALL'll Ploceef Drug Sioie. l t J ' .