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MOHAVE COUNTY MINER.
Special notices in the reading columns of the Mejeb will be charged at the rate of Ten Cents per line for each insertion. J. Weyl. Notary Public, room . Bank of Arizona Jtsuuaing, rrescoit, is me nuixior- lzed agent of tne .mohaye uountx juineb in Yavapai county. MINERAL PARK, OCTOBER 21,1883, ARRIVAL & DEPARTURE OP MAIL. Mineral Park to Kingman and all points Cftand west, daily, except Sundays. Arrives 11 a. m., loaves 2 p. m. Mineral Park to St. Thomas Arrives "Mnnilnv Ttrl Thm-Mlnv at G t m., leaves Sunday and Wednesday at C p. m. n Sinml Arrives Tuesday, rH;iv at 11 a. m., leaves Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 2 p. m W. M. .h BID EE. Jl'. jxl. Multum News in Parvo Type. Pay your taxes. The town is out of button Lou. Lassoll has invested in a now hat. John Howell is expected at Hackborry al most any day now. W. H. Hardy is about to erect a large warehouse at Kingman. Butter, eggs and cheese seem to be scarce commodities in this town. Roa Bros, are receiving large quantities of groceries every few days. We hear that Dr. Burdick contemplates a visit to New "2ork before long. Now is the time for some one to make us a present of a oord or two of -wood. Taxes will be delinquent on the second Monday in December and don't you forget it. James Hoot, formerly of this place and lately of Powell, has made his pile and gone act. CIK&s. Gross and family, and Wm. S. Hod ges have gone down to Signal for a short visit.- Mrs. Dr. Burdick and child returned yes terday from a few months1 visit to Los Angeles. Xiouis Cuzino was up from the Sandy last week with a load of vegetables which found a ready sale. On and after tomorrow the stage for Kingman will leave the postofllco here at 1 p. m. sharp. Dr. Burdick seems to be pretty busy these times, but very few of his patients live in Mineral Park. John Watson Thompson, one of the fu ture cattle kings of Mohave county, was in .town yesterday. JLouis Greer, the irrepressible, was over from Hackberry last Monday and livened us all np a little. . Fre3h oysters on ice made their appear ance in town last Monday for the first time Bines Adam was a baby. W. P. Grounds left suddenly last Mon day for San Francisco, having been called there on urgent business. Found! A gold locket. The owner can have the same by proving property and paying for this advertisement. Sheriff St&en returned from his trip to California last Sunday, and left again the following day for the Sandy and Signal. Wo would like to know what becomes of all that fine French candy that Watkins Bros, ship to Hackberey every day or two ? Ti'a price of grain is coming down all the timo, but it still co3ts just as niaoh to get freight from the railroad to town as it used to. Judge Murphy went over to Kingman last night to meet some San Francisco min ing men who are expected to arrive on to day's train. Col. Murat Mastorson, late editor of the Arizona Democrat and a member of the last legislature, will practico law in Socorro. New Mexico. Krider Bros., at the postofflce store, is the best piace in town to get hardware and mining material. They always have a large Stock on hand, John Bucklej', ths old and reliable pio neer blacksmith of this county, will do your horseshoeing, etc., in sood shape and at reasonable rates. H. H. Scott of tho Benson, smeller, who has been staying with us for the last ten days, left for home on Friday's stage. He will return in threa or four weeks, Ciiss. F. Maxson of the Needles was in town last week. He informs us that he has bought out the store and saloon formerly owned by Jamaa Boot at Powell. Mrs.L. J. Watkins of San Jose, Cal., mother of Mrs. Hyde of this town, is ex pected to arrive in Mineral Park about next Thursday for a few weeks' visit. She will be aocompanied by her grand-children. Master Watkins and Miss Edna Hyde, who have been in California for the past year. James Keys, who was sent over from JRingman a few days ago for examination ag to hifl sanity was partially examined last Wednesday by Judge Atchisson, Dr. Bur dick and the District Attorney. On the Advice of the Doctor his case was postponed for a week and la tiio meantime he was re manded to the custody of the Sheriff. The jury in the American Valley murder case which was on trial last week in Albu querque failed to agree and were discharged. It was openly stated that tho trial jury, which consistei entirely of Mexicans, had been tampered with, and tho matter was brought to the attention of the Grand Jury bv Judge Bell, who at onco ordered a now trial which has probably been commenced by this time. f One reason that currency is so scarce in Mineral Park is that over $500 per month is sent away in the shape of money orders from the postoffioe. This is in excess of that paid out here on orders payable at this office. If parties who aie having money sent here would send postoffice orders instead of checks on eastern banks, all of thia cur rency would bo kept in circulation at home. A.itiathesuDolv of currency is insuffi cient to meet the ordinary demands of bus iness. XSailroati Items. The time from Ash Fork to San FranciE--oo by the new schedule adopted to go into effect October 21st, will be thirty-three hours. a train of 110 cars was pulled out of Port Costa the other day by locomotive "Forty eight." The surveyors were busy at the depot firferdav getting things ready to run siding in from the north side of tho depot so that the sleeping coaches can be easily transferred to the Atlantic and Paoific train. Another spur will be run from the south end of the depot platform for the transfer of baggago and express cars. Al buquerque Journal. . Tho railroad commissioners who have just returned from their trip over the At laiuio and Pacific are enthusiastic regard ing the grand and varied soenory along tho line of the road. Their report will not be snbuiitted until they retuni east. Director Kinsey, of the Atlantic and P cine railroad, accompanied by a party of English gentlemen came in from the north last evening and took a special train on the A. & P. road. John W. Yonng, the Arizona ranchman and contractor, went out with tho party. Albuquerque Journal. A rumor is afloat in San Diego to tho ef feet that the arrangements have been com pleted for the immodiate extension of the California Southern railroad to a connec tion with tho A. & P. railroad, which rumor is confirmed by tho following information received by ns yesterday morning from San Diego, by parties on the '"inside track" and which we consider fully reliable. ''The road is now going to bo pushed ahead as certain as anything in the future can be and not even a panic could stop it now. 'Furthermore, the road is to push thro' to the Southern PaciSo at Daggett, and if a fair arrangement to run over the S. P. track to meet the A. & P. at Tho Needles cannot bo made then the C. S. will build a parallel road to The Need5es,and that tho money ha all been provided for this purpose. Belying upon this, not a rumor, we be lievo it has been determined by the company to build the road and fulfill their contract and obligations to the peuple of San 'Diego and for the advancements of their own in terests. We have always held to this opin ion and we hope soon to sen it realized for the great benefits that will accrue to this county and the balance of Southern Cali fornia. San Diego County Star. The Atlantic & Pacifio railroad car shops are busy just at present in enlarging and remodeling the mail cars for the increased postal requirements of that route. San Francisco, Cal., Oct. 16. The first through sleeper for St. Louis iia Atlantio fc Pacifio and St. Louis & San Francisco roads, will leave here Saturday morning next. The route will be by Moluue, the Needles, Albuquerque and Halstead to St Louis, a distance of 24-10 milos. When this new route is opened tho Atolmson&Topeka road will cease running the express train from Albuquerque to Deming and will not make close connection with tho Southern Pacific at Deming. No through cars will be run from here to Kansas City over that route. Beginning Saturday next the Atlan tit & Pacifio will be the main southern over land route. The new Atlantic & Pacific time schedule which is to go into effect on Sunday, Oct. 21, at 12:01 a. m., has just been printed at the Journal job office. Tho west bound ex press leaves this city at 9;.r0 a. in. (Jeffer son City, or railroad time), and reaches tho Needles at 1:30 p. m. the next day. making the run in 27 hours and 40 minutes, where as it now takes about 33 hours. The east bound express leaves the Needle3 at 4:10 p. m., and Arrives at Albuquerque at 7 p. m. Albuquerque Journal, Geo. "W. Cole, general freight agent of tho Frisco, left last evening f o r Topeka, there to meet Messre. Goddard. of the Atchison and Williams, of the A. & P.. to arrango for through billing of freight from St. Louis to the Golden Gate. On Tuosdnr next there will bo a conference at Kansas Citv between the general passenger agents interested in the transcontinental) route, viz.: Messrs Wishart of tho Frisco, Williamo of the A, & P., White of the Atchison and txoodrich of the Southern Pacific, for the purpose of ar ranging rates and divisionR. Mr. Wishart left last evening for T- -peka, there to confer with Mr. Whito as to through ticket-: etc.etc, for the new route. Globe Democrat. Territorial 01Iiimse. Yuma Sentinel. Papago Indiana are bringing in a great deal of gold. Tho threo new prison guards will bo ap-1 pointed from other towns in the territory, outside of JTunia. All United States couviois from Arizona sentenced to one year and under go to Yu ma; all two yoar3 and loss go to Laramie; all over two yearn go to Dotroit. The appraisers of the Blythe estate ar rived here tiis week, and immediately left for Lerdo. Aftor coinnletins their work at the colony they will go to the Blythe place opposite Ehrenberg. Phenix Herald. Mayor Porter on Saturday last had an addition to his family of a rousing ten pound daughter, Major W. B. Hooper has arrived in Tnq- son from Guajmas. He has fully recovered from his attack of yellow fever. We are informed that the last small-pox eases wil be discharged! rom tho pest-house at Mesa City to-day and to-morrow. Attorney General Clark Churc'uiii arrived from Prescott this morning and will be in attendance at fjcurt during a portion of the term. A carp was taken from Dr.. Jones', pond, yesterday, nineteen inches long, He was put in last February as small fry, just re ceived from the Fish Commissioners, Tho population of Phenix is increasing with astonishing rapidity. No wonder buildings are going up all over town and the demand for rooms and residences is rapidly increasing. Six babies in two weeks. Mr. J. T. Simms of Albuquerque, arrived yesterday, He is here for the purpose of securing a contract pn thp Arizona canal. He has been a contractor on the A. $ P, road and alga on the Lordsburg and Clifton. Presoott Miner. From rumors several divorce suits are on the tapis, and rich, raro and racy revela tions will bo in ordar during the next term of Court, From private souicos wp learn that Mr. Wm. Wilkorson will arrive here abost the 15th instant. His eyesight is reported to have been greatly benefitted by tbo med ical treatment he has received while in San Francisoo, At present there are the following sfapd. ing rewards for the apprehension and con.- viction of mail robbers: y Wells, Fargo & Co., 8300: by Yavapai county, $200; by the United States. S200. aggregating in all 700. Uncle Ike Bradshaw, JwT Davi? and Bill Randall, of Copper Basin, lately took q week's hunt at the head of Slate Greek, be Sides several deer and lots of smaller game, thy killed two large bear, and now Copper Basin has fresh bear meat, Frank F. Carnduff, who arrived in Bren cott yesterday, favored tho Miner with a call this morning; besides editing tho Val levlisview of Livermore. Cal.. he finds time toublv represent Palmer & Key tho well-known Pacific type f oundors and we cordially commend him to our brothren of the press needing any thing in his line. Pro.scOlt Journal. Major Ingalls has gone to California to negotiate the sale of his Indian curiosities. From good authority it is learned that Chief Justice French would not under any circumstances become a candidate for dele gate to Congress, although spoken of so favorably by the press of the territory. A farmor living near Preacott who has lately ompl yed Wallapai Indians to work for him, paying them SI per day, says he would rather have ten good white men than tho whole Wallapai tribo. They are a lazy ohif tless sot, who have realized no benefits from civilization apparently. Prescott Courier. Can an Indian suo a white man .is now the question. Guess he can. Ice. of good thickness, formed on water in vessels, out of doors, Sunday night. J. F. Knapp, who has served two terms in our legislature, arrived hero recently mining business. Ho is still with theS. JR. B. Co. C. P. Dake, ex-U. S. Marshal of this ter ritory, was hero yesterday. He has a saw mill m Walker district, not far from tha Howell smelter. He tells us that the do maud for lumber is good. Phenix Gazette. he mines of Mohave county are looking weli and great developments -will bo nwdo there soon. Samuel Purdy of Yuma arrived on thii morning s stage, ne will remain nore un til the courts adjourn. Major Ingalls of Prescott passed throu.vi our city on Sunday, on his way to attenc. the Los Angeles Fair. He takes with hiii the finest collections of Indian relics that has ever been gatheied together in tho ter ritory. Work on the Salt River Valley Canal it progressing rapidly, and in a few days tht portion of the canal running through town will be reached. This canal is being en larged to a width of ten feet on tho bottom, The end of the world is confidently pre dieted by devout Moslems to be approach ing with tho close of the Mohammedan thir teenth century, which comes on the 8th ol next month. Let her flicker. Silver Belt. Thomas Doyle while at work in tho tun nel of the A. M. B. R. E., was so unfortu nate us to have his arm broken by a faliin. rock. Old Dominion shipments for tho week, 617 bars -163.575 pounds. Total shipments to date, 5.421,000 pounds. Two furnaces running steadily, and the Old Globe mine is yielding plenty of ore. Coke bins art- full and wagons arriving daily. 'Tis reported that freighting of coko auc bullion for the Old Dominion copper company of Globo is so managed as to bei.i efit Wilicox alone. Tho company had bet ter inquire into the matter and ascertan. how much they are benefitted by tho ar rangement. The Publio Administrator is in reoeipt o: a letter dated ban xrancisco. Oct. 6th. from Otto Ohlig in reference to the deatl of his wifo and claiming an intgrest m her estate. Ho exprossoa a disbelief that her death was caused by an excessive indji- .geuce in tho ardent spirits. The Adminis trator is of tho same opinion as Mr. Ohlig, and tho repljT informs the boreaved hus band that kis wifo, tne evening previous to her demise, informed him that she had been unmercifully beaten by Mr. Ohlig, and that she bolioved it would result in hor death. Her body was badly braised, and in manj places highly discolored from tho effoct of kicks and blows. 3JCiniiig JMattcrs. Thilip Hach, Tom Burke and J. A. Sample, are sinking a shaft on the .Monarch and taking out some very fine looking gcilena oro, H. S. Carpenter has struck somo fine looking oro in the Rattler, noar Chloride. Joo Prisk and Wm. Mayo aro working on a claim near the old '"63" mine ownod by Messrs. Carpenter and Hughos. James Daggett is doing the assessment work on the Golden Fleece claim owned by himself and R. S. Wright. Jaraos V. Yoacham is hard at work on the Cqngress mine, near the mill. If minors calculate to do the assessment work on their claims, it will be the safest plan to do twenty-five days work on each claim. Fr ink M. Murphy, one of the Commis sioners to the Dpnyer- Exposition writes: Wo have succeeded in accomplishing our purpose and havp removed the Arizona mineral exhibit from Denver to the Chicago Exposition where it will no doubt attract valuable attention to tho territory. Messrs. Reynolds, Stell and Pearce, of the Exposi tion management have been especially kind and express great rntpresf in Arizona's min eral wealth. Mr. J. Irying Poarce, pro prietor of the Sherman House, and treas urer of tho Exposition did ail in his power to effect this deaifablo change, for us." Prescott Miner. Mr. H. A. Hanson, tho man who oroated tho first boom ever experienced in Socorro, and one who could, when not drinking, di more for a mining camp and oreate a great er excitement than half-a-dozen feather weights, has again come to the surface. I'his timo hp appears on the scene at Hack berry, Arizona! and, if thp reports are to be credited, he is in possession of some verj fine proporty. Mr. Hanson, at ono time, was copsidprpd t&P most prosperous niine owner in thp territory. We hqpp that tln good news is trap and that bp will make bet tor n?e pf this waft of gqod fortune than he did of his former strike. Socorro S,un. Tom Mulligan, Clemente Salazar and John Mulligan are taking out large quan tities pf 100 oz silver ore from the Old Iron Sidcg claim at Cerbat. ,Chas. F. Maxson and J. )T. Michael art making preparations to have the assess ment work done on some of their claims near Cerbat. Five carloads of ckp havo arrived hen for tho copper tmplternear Williams' Fork Yuma Sentinel. Isaac Conkey will commence work on tht Old St-ndby mining claim to-morrow. ThiV claim has a ten-inch streak of galena or. averaging 25 to 30 ozs in silver and 40 pes cent lead, and ia qwnp,d jy J, J, Hyde. Now is the time that tho boys would lik? to see you about that assessment work that you want done. Tho new gold mines at Muleje, Baja Cal ifornia, will soon compel tho establishment of a first olass c90iQterr. Two S iu Diogo men, Joso Mutido and J3us Fignerora, died on Friday last at tho mines from thirsc.no water being obtainable Tho question is which is heller, gold or life ? Los Angeles Horaid. Krider Bros, and Boe Br:is. toams hav boen hauling oro tor D. .1. duty and Mul ligan and O'Brien from the Champion and New London mines. They will get tnroug sometime this week. Under tho now management of Messrs Scott & Canty, work is progiessmg vigor ously on tho Champion mine whore there aro now about nine men employed. Some twenty tons of galena havo been taken out in the-p st few days. The force of men on this mino will probably be largely increased as soon as toams arrive from Ash Fork haul tho oro to the railroad. to We aro pleased to note tho s ile of a half interest in the Champion mino to H. H Scott of tho Benson smolter by Harvey Hubbs. Mr. Soott was dosirous of taking the whole mine bat D. J. Canty, who owns the othor half, refused to sell hits interost at present. We hear that tho price paid was about S5.000. Two carloads of ore have been recently shipped from this mine to the Selby smelting works at S in Fran cisco. There are sevarr.l men at work on tho MoCrackon mine at Signal and tho force will be largely incroased is soon as tho re pairs to the mill aro completed. DKLliigiimn Items, Messrs. Elliott and Dunn came over from the Park Fridaj 5upt. Springer came to town Thursday and went home full of merchandise. Mr. A. B. Warner has taken up his abode with us. The new timetable of the Atlantic and Pacific railroad is just out. Trains going west will pass through Kingman at 10;38 a m. and going east at 7:39 p. m., Jefferson City time. Jno. Kolar is building a neat residence on Fourth street. Our sick folk9 have so far recovered that Dr. Burdick was able to leave and visit the Park this week.He roturned Friday evening ind will romain a few days longer. W. H. Lake went out to Wallapai moun tain Tuursday with Dave Parks as convoy. W. F. Grounds left on Tuesday morn ing's tram for ban Francisco. Mr. Potts, brother of ex-Sheriff J. C. Potts, arrived on Tuesday night's train and if t for the Park next morning. Charley Lwson is doing a good business u-iw. Ho is ably assisted by Solomon Al fred, who o:in cut a porter-houso off of the took and tell you it is as tender and juicy s anythying you ever ate. W. H. Hardy is rustling around town. Grandpa Peasley is rusticating in King it n. , Your suggestion in last wcok's isue i- regard to running Concord coaches on the ingmau and Mineral Park st ige lino were ood. and if the traveling public would pat- onize the line more liberally and hire few r private conveyances, no doubt the pro- inetor would feel justified in m iking tho mange. As it is no mail route was ever run with more promptue-5-. nnl reuliftcy than the lingaian and Mineral Pari scago ae. Our new railroad agent, J. B. Jones, is nakiuf. himself as popular as any of . his pieciooessors. lie uues his bst to please e patrons oc tae road. J. H. Molleriiig. formerly of Polhemus Landing on the Colorado, ix .s tikeji charge of the wareuouse of tho Leater aiming coin pany at Yacca Station and will do a yoner- :il forwarding business fur tne surrounding aouutry, wmch will duubt.ow bo a very reat convenience to morciiants at dignal. From n resent appearances Signal bids ur to b9 taa coming oamp ot tho cuuutv. Prospectors, miners and meclianics of all description are flocking here and up to the present time nearly all have found employ meat, Tho Lester mining company aro taking their twenty qtamp mill to pieces for tne purpose of thoroughly overaauling every part of-it, Taoy havo twelve or fifteen mechanics at work now. The comp my osp9ct to h ve their fonn- ry and machine shop running nest woek. The road from tbo ilcCraoken mine to tho mill is being put in parfoat condition tnd the'eompany have about eighteen men it work on it. It is intended to haul oro from tho mine with a steam road wacon, which is already on the way. Sex'iously Injured. Easi Bbidge, A. T., Oct. 16th, 1883. "While out shootini? tq-day "Tobe" "Wil kinson was badly injured by the recoil of a doubldbarreled guq, the hammer of the un striking him just under the right eye, cutting an ugly gash into tho bone and bout an inch and a half long, the sbock being so great that it was several minutes before, ho oame to his senses, IJo is now resting easy, but he will have a mark that will last him to his grave . The steamer Mohave is tied up hero for the winter or until such timo as sho can get through the bridgp. Captain Mellon is in San Pr.moisco and will return about the last of tuis week, There is some talk about'pattiiig iii a new bridge, but it has not baeu decided whether it will be here or at the Needies below here. Tho weather is still warm and some mos quitos yot. x. The following is a list of letters remain ing in the postqffiae at H.iokojrry for the month ending September 30, 1833: vndrews, T. J. Abb nt & Co, li troliy John S 3 BurmuYlr 2 BloVrtns i) M C.tili.han B Caao A 3 C moron J C Qaloriuk W 4 pumaci; Jack D n't to n Goo H Dunn Goo E lleail Brig Fmcli D O Fulton James llorus Manuel Foster Ed II truing Fiwnk H yes U W H rriss Llewellyn H.-ll B G Hoadloy Milo Jncobs 15 L Knlhnjan. P L irs -n H A M- qkoy G T M .ov Wm MoL ino Robt MoAdams Wm F M-.rrs J F l?Jommer A K Vldor W W -Jiroh Charles 3 Jell J E 2 ioardman J F Christiania L L Cruthers J T Camerpu James irothers John M ostello Frank T Dillmau K Davis W II 'vans John li'ultqn Fred C I'razier John L inerty Thog eeeny John iammond Jas larrell T R iill Henrv rlarlinck Hans lanson A H aunt & Dorsoy Kol'ey Jamba jlouelay W M Maier (ill bG Makler Adolph MoKenzie Hector Mai one John O'Leary Dan Pay no Jan M Park E W Ritor Geo Rasby W S Smims O B Sawyer Isaac I Smith Dan Tomlin Mrs Tattle J W Warren Sayle Wilson C Wilson W E Van Horn W C Van Guy James Ware Joseph . larb x Goo Tonge R H WIoh C H Westor Gust WeoJ E O Varney James Walfcor Ed Walsh Patrick M ASBRNETHY, P. M. Notice Is hereby given that my wif. without my consent, has left my bed anr board, that I will not be rosponiblo for any debts contracted by her in my name or charged to my account, as I will not pay the same. C. W. FEHR. Mineral Park, Oct. 7th. 1SS3. 49w4 STOMACH 0 HTEfls In chronic dyspepsia and liver complaint, emu ju uuromo eonsupauon ana otner od stinate diseases. Hostetter's Stomach Bit. ters is bovond all comuarison tho best rem edy that can be taken. Asa moans of re storing tne streusth and vital enercrv of persons wlio aro sinking under tho dobilita tmg effect of painful disorders, this stand- ara vegetable mvigorant is confessedly un equalled. or8aleby all Drucrsrists and Dealers cenerauv. ImarHSvl GEORGE H. CURRY, Watclimalicr anil Ioalcr in WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SIL- VttiiWARE, Spectacles ami Eye Glasses. Also agent for Royal St. John Sewing Ma cmnn. Largest Line of Guns. Pistols and Ammu nition in Northern Arizona. Prescott. A. T. KINGMAN AND MINERAL PARK me. -m On and after August 1st I will run a first class stage line between Kingman and Mineral Park, " Carrying U. S. Mail, Passen- m- Stages will arrive and depart as fol lows, daily (bundays excepted): Leave Kingman 7:00 a. m. Arrive Mineral Park Leave Mineral Park Arrive Kingman 11:00 " 2:00 p. m. G;0Q liptes of faro and freight will be as follows: Fare Kingman to Mineral Park, 'l Cerbdt Froight nuckages lib' to lOlbs ' Knhs to JiSlbs 3.00 $3.00 2oo 50c " 351bs and over, lo por lb A., F. SIMONPS, Fron, Agents: W, II. Taqoabt, Kingiuau. J. P. Ksideb, Mineral Park. Powors James Potro 0- P-. iceN'P, Ross Wm Keln.in P Swisher R R Short Isaac Strong S n ah A ifOSTETTtft mam: -DEALERS 1ST- Stoves, Agricultural Implements and Wooden "Ware. lift F.F ft-rrrts s um fift LMAL j AGENTS FOR HERCULES km Albuqu erque, N. M. I Wholesale and GENE JWELT0F & eEOOTDSjf Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco. MINERS' SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS. as- AGENTS SAFETY NITRO POWDER COMPANY. As Goods caa to "brought from rates, purchasers can Buy from us at cedtscls prices, nave a large stock and do not propel to oo un dersold ly anyone. Call and see u-s and get our prices tofore buying.- MINERAL PARK. SEPT. M. ABBRNETHY i HAOKBERRY5 ARIZONA TERRITORY V Have just rceived direct from GROCERIES, CIGARS, IS, TI$ACO: BOOTS AND SHOES, T Champagnes California Wines, Dry o - All our goods are new and fresh nnd were bought by our apent in Sn Francisco, ironi henceforth wo liave "WE WILL NOT "w.ar. ivriaer. Have just received a LADLES' DRESS GOODS, (jLMHAMS, PRINTS, GLOWS-" underwear, Hosiery, ALSO A FULL LINE OF V- GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS," Hats, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Etc., Etc. - In addition to which we carry a largo and well assorted stocli of GrRO CERLES, SAEDWAEI, All of tlie aLove BOTTOM ZFIRXCIES for KEXDEB 13HOS. Mineral larlr. Fostoflicc Builrtiu; S. Xi. Stanley. SPK UANCE, STANLEY & CO., Importers uncL vliolcsalc Dealers In Fine Old Kentucky Whisky, Wines and Liquors. AI.SO SOTE xiESTS FOR TIFE CELEISKATUD African Stomach Bitters, The Finest Tonic ami Appetizer in ibe TTorld. ' 4;10 Front St.. Scvtx ITraiioisoe, Cal. RE, WDER, CAPS, FOSE, ETC. ATLAS POWDER COMPANIES. Estail Dealers ia East and "Wesiat gsaatly reducii We 18, 1883. San Francisco a full . PROVISIONS. Clarets, Bitters, Goods and Notions, o y and adop od the following mottw: BE UNDERSOLD." - T. JP. Ivi-ider. Iarge Assortment of if: snoes anci suppers. . - ; 1 MII& SUPPLIES. . will be sold atjlg J oli ii sxiu.axice. MERCHANDISE, line; of