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WEEKLY ABIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, DECEMBER .24,- 1874.
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Ii you want handbills,
If you want envelopes,
If you want colored work, " ,
If you want business cards,
If you want neat bill heads.
If you want tasty letter heads,
If you want nic visiting cards,
If you want any kind of Job work,
Send your orders to the Arizona MtNKC
Special Notices in the reading columns ictll
be charged at the rate of TinuTr cents per line
for first insertion, and twenty cents a line for each
The Committee having the matter of the
Ghristmas tree in hand desire us to state
that the distribution will commence "just as
soon as it Ls dark enough to see by candle
light." To-night at the Court House.
No Miner to-morrow.
The buckboard, with mall matter from Califor
nia and portions of Arizona, arrived this morn
ing. Our letters contain nothing startling.
Alden dried fruit and a line assortment of
of Christmas goods at Cram & Co's. It
C. A. Luke has consented to run for Major.
Sec his card to this effect.
-Chances In the PrescotU-GlftEutcrpmo ro
nearly all taken.
TcsAs-l'ACiric. Judging from the tenor of
yesterday's dispatches conccrnluK thu granting
of National aid to the Tesas-i'aeltlc It. It. Com
pany, we should say that a great many Congress
men had not, up to date of said dispatch, been
Yesterday, as one of C. W. Beach's teams was
passing over the bridge at Noycs & Curtis' old
saw-tnlll, the brid-c gave way and the driver, a
Mr. Sullivan, was bcriously hart.
Quail arc worth 5 Pr dozen, In this market.
Messrs. Goodwin & McKiuncn, successful
"miners of Dradshaw district, came In yesterday,
nud, last night, 6howed us several ounces of gold
from their War Eagle mine.
Gideon Brooke aud Hugo Klelmrds start for
Tucson to-day to represent this County In next
House of Representatives.
Our "municipal" election comes on the fifth or
next mouth. ,
A fine Becker's Revolving Stereoscope with
348 selected Views will be limited for, at 7 o'clock
tomorrow evening ; hut few chances remain
Attention Is directed to the new advertisements
lu this sheet.
Fort Whipple was, on last evening, enlivened
by a minstrel performance, bull and supper, all
ef which, wcarc told, passed on" plc&sauUy.
The l'ostolllcc will lie closed from 3 to ft r. M.
Christmas. Malls will de-tart as usual.
from Wstorday'n Dally-J
G. l Foster anil family are now comfortably
Jlxed lu their new home the old Bowers man
sion. Jas. Fine is loading his pack-train for Brad
shuw. I'cek has become iiitere?tel In the
Champion," as will be seen by an advertise
ment lu this little sheet.
The coming election lor village olliccrs is crea
ting some talk. The columns of the Miner arc
open to all eaudidatcs.
Read Dan Hotz' new,adverlisemcnt.
All our citizens are preparing to witness the
Christmas Tree Festival, to-morrow evening.
The "Cabinet," Montezuma street, exhibits
rich aud rare specimens of gold and copper
C. W. Beach will soon start for Ehrenbcrg, to
superintend .the shipment of more li eight.
Subscriber?, and editors with whom we ex
change, who. fall to receive Ihelr Miners through
the m ills, will please report the fact to this oiliee.
Mr. M. Sherman, thegentleman who has charge
of the L'rescolt public frehool, is well liked by
parents and children. He had his "lloek" in the
Court-room, yesterday, exercising them in the
pieces they arc to recite aud the songs they are to
sing on Christinas Eve.
G. W.Curtis, Peter Harvey, John Akcrs and E.
S. Tenwell started, by buckboard, last evening,
the three tirst-named for California, aud the
latter for Tucson. As the Imekboard, in which
they rode, passed down Montezuma street, about
9 o'clock in the evening, a great many per.-ons,
friends of the outgoing gentlemen, wished them
pleasant aud successful trips aud safe return to
their mountain homes.
Just Received, by express, at the store of
Win. M. Butfum, Moutczuraa street, beautiful and
valuable Christmas goods, etc., consisting of sil
ver goblets, cups, syrup pitchers, pie, cake aud
butter knives; also, several set of table knives
Another choice "selection of similar articles to
arrive to-morrow morning. Call soon aud select ,
presents for your wives, sweethearts, children j
"hnd 'mother-in-law. ded.'3t2
t. A Card'. Having been informed that a certain
resident of Prcscott stated, last evening, in a cer
tain bar-room, that H. S. Stevens paid the Miner
to support him for Congress., the undersigned
begs t inform the person who made the remarks
alluded to, that the Miner did not Mipport.il. S.
Stevens ; that H. S. Stcvcus never paid it a dollar,
more or less. In money, property, or anything
else, for its support for any position in the gitt of
the people or otherwise, and that If he still sticks
to the charge, we shall be under the necessity of
calling and proviug hhn a malicious liar.
Joun H. Marion.
Prcscott..Dcccmber22, 1S71. '
Washington, Nov. 25. Col. Sackct in his
report says : "Our army contains many de
serters. It is not an uncommon thing to find
men in the ranks who have deserted from the
service four or five times, and in some few
cases, as many as six or seven times. A
remedy is much needed, and should, bo de
vised to prevent this wholesale desertion, or
t least to prevent soldiers who have once
deserted the service ever re-entering it
Major-General Schofield, commanding the
Military Division of the Pacific, after having
caused a searching investigation to be made
among a large number of deserters, says:
"That the general evidence obtained from
thenj appeared to establish three causes for
the majority of desertions. First, inattention
on the part of the" officers to secure them
proper and sufficient food; second, acts of
officers and non-commisioncd officers evincing
prejudice or cruelty toward them; third, the
too ford abor required of them."
The military station on the north fork of
Loup river, Nebraska, has been made an in
dependent post by direction of General Ord,
i4J;oinmanding department of the Platte.
" r The leave of absence granted Major David
Ta3-lor was, Dec. 11, extended one month.
At Headquarter Military Division of the
Pacific, December 4, Lieutenant James A.
Tlaughey, 21st Infantry, (formerly for a long
time on duty at G'arap Date Creek), was
granted one month's leave of absence from
the Adjutant General's ofllce.
Lieut Henry R. Lemly, 3d Cavalry, was
married 0n tiie 1st instant, in St. Mathew's
Church, Laramie City, Wyoming, to Miss
Kate E. Palmer, daughter of Brevet Major
General J. M. Palmer, U. S. Army.
The marriage of Lieut George M. Wheeler,
Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army, and Miss
Jennie Blair, was to be celebrated in St.
John's Church, Washington, D. C, Decem
The sentence of dismissal from service in
the case of Captain William IL Nash, Com
missary of Subsistence, (found guilt' of con
duct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman),
has been commuted by the President to sus
pension from rank and command, -vith for
feiture of nil p.iy, except S100 per month,
for the period of one year.
Alban- pcii.lentiary has been designated
by the Piesident as the place of confinement,
for ten years, of Major Virgil S. Eggleton,
Paymaster U. S. Arm;, convicted by a gen
eral court-martial of "embezzlement of Gov
ernment moneys to the amount of 12,:J19 40.
The sentence reads as follows:
And the Court does therefore sentence him.
Major Virgil S. Egglestou, l'aymastei, United
States Army, "To be cashiered ; to forfeit to the
United Stales all pay and allowances that may be
due lilm at the d.tte of the promulgation of this
sentence; to be imprisoned at hard labor for the
term of live (ft) years in such penitentiary or
prison as the proper authority may direct, and
thereafter to be further contincd in such peniten
tiary or prison until he shall refund to the United
States the amount ot his embezzlement, twelve
thousand three hundred and iilueteeu dollars and
forty cents, (?12,"10.40),anil that the crime, name,
and place of abode, and punishment of the ac
cused be published in the newspapers in the City
of Portland, Oregon, and in the city of Elmira,
State of New York."
The Quartermaster-General has directed
that all new -style brass -screwed boots
issued to soldiers and found defective
in make shall be returned and new ones
issued without extra expense to the enlisted
men, the contractors standing ready to re
place all that prove defective with others,
until good ones shall be issued.
The Surgeon Gencfal of the Army and
Secretary of War have directednll Medical
officers, serving with troops in garrison or in
the Held, to Mibiiiit by January 1st proximo,
exhaustive reports upon the quality, quan
tity and mode of culinary preparation of the
food supplied enlisted men ; drainage and
sanitary condition of military posts and, in
brief, :i complete hygienic history of mili
tary administration, with suggestions and
comments tending towards improvement in
Wo see by the San Francisco papers that
Assistant Surgeon George M. Cronkhitc, U.
S. A., recently ordered to Arizona, arrived
by the overland Main, December 11th.
The following orders have been published
from military headquarters since out- last
General Orders, Xo. 21 approves the pro
ceedings, findings and sentences of geneial
courts martial lately convened at La Paz and
Whipple, in the cases of certain enlisted
men. Of these, Commissary-Sergeant Thos.
McKay and Hospital Steward Moses Good
man, have been sentenced to dishonorable
discharge from the military service and con
finement at hard labor, at such military prison
as the Department Commander may desig
nate, for the periods of twelve and six
months, respectively. Alcatraz Island, San
Francisco hat bor, has been designated as the
place of their confinement.
Leave of absence for one (1) month, on sur
geon's certificate of disability, is granted First
Lieutenant Bernard Reilly, Jr., ftih Cavalry, with
permission to apply to the proper authority for
an extension of tour months. Station, Camp
Apache, A. T.
Major A. W. Evans, :id Cavalry, Acting Assist
ant Inspector-General of the Department, will
piocecd without delay to inspect the troops and
post of Camp Verde, A. T., and, on completion
of this duty, he will return to these Headquarters.
Paragraph T, of Special Orders No. 100, current
series, front these Headquarters, which re-assigns
First Lieutenant C. A. Earnest. Sth Infantry, to
duty as Depot Commissary at Yuma Depot, A.T.,
Upon the recommendation of the Medical Di
rector of thu Department, the following changes
in the stations of the medical olliccrs serving in
this department, arc made:
Acting Asistant Surgeon L. Sanderson, now
on lti!v as field surgeon at Camp Apache, A. T.,
! iril! r. !' -.it.mt tiir"-j.nTi I. V l.nriii.' of
Il55 (Jlies as .,... ron at that post.
Assistant Surgeon I.. Y. I.orhig, on bcimr rc-
Heved by Doctor snmlerson, win proceed to tort
1 uma, Lai., ami relieve Assistant surgeon tieorge
S. Rose, of hi duties as post surgeon and Acting
Asistant Medical Purveyor, at that post.
Assistant Surgeon George S. Rose, on being re
lieved by Doctor Loriug, will comply with
Special Orders No. 233, War Department. Adju
tant General's Oilier, dated October 27, 1ST4.
Acting Assistant Surgeon R. K. Lightb -riie, on
his arrival in the Department, will proceed to
Camp Apache, A. T., reporting upon his arrival,
to the commanding officer of the post, for duty
as Held surgeon.
Pay Ur, at O.ncu. We have already in
formed Miner subscribers that after the first
of January next, the new postal law will
force publishers to prepay postage upon every
newspaper sent outol the county in which a
paper is published : that the Mixr.i; will pre
pay postage upon all such papers and that
the present rates for our Paily and Weekly
will remain as before.
These being facts, subscribers will readily
see the necessity of paying for their papers
in advance. A great many of our subscribers
have always done so ; but many others are
in arrears and would remain so for ever, if we
would let them. This we cannot afford to
do, and they know it, so wc are now under
the necessity of informing all who owe us to
pay up promptly and save us from having to
collect, by law and, perhaps, to erase their
names from our books. tf.
In Tucson, December 5, 1674. by W. J.Osborn, Probate
Judge, Geoege W. Leak and Seuxa Fiutz.
ELIXIR OF PERUVIAN BARK WITH PRO
toiide of Irc at KENDALL'S Drug Store
BEST AND CHEAPEST
Freight and Passenger Route
SAN FRANCISfJO, CAT.,
GUAYfllAS, LA PAZ, 3IAZATLAN
And Other Mexican Ports.
THE COLORADO STEAM NAYIGA-Sf-?5i,V,tion
Company's excellent Steauuliiltt
"&SENEWBERN ami MONTANA leave Sau
KmTiM 4-rprv- twenrv uavs nr mnu
jH)rt and mouth of Colorado river, cuneciiii(t with rivfr
boatn. Freight lauded at Yuinc iu twelve (12) days froi
Agencies of the Company at CIO Front Street, San
Francieco, California, Yuma and Klirenberjr. Arizona.
I. I'OUIAMl'.S. Jk.,
Passage at Reduced Rales.
Yuma to San Francisco,
Per C. S. N. Co's Steamers :
jZSfl Accommodations First Class. -"53:
i. I'Ol.HAMtrs Jn.,
Wholesale and Ketail
Slain Street, Yuma, Arizona,
Has in t tort- a full line of
Dispensing Medicines, Patent Medicines,
Drugs, Perfumery, Paints, Oils, Toilet
And All Other Articles Usually Kept in Dreg Stores
J Prescriptions put up with rreat care.
Orders from the country solicited, with the assurance
that prices, &c, will be found satisfactory.
Board per Mo::th, $30 1o $40.
Splendidly furnished rooms. Waiters in attendance.
atigTyl AVM. BUHKl, Froprfetor.
M. L. PER ALT A,
i c k e 11 1) xx rg, Arizona,
C L O T II 1 N G , PRO VISI OPTS,
HAR DW ARE,
Mining and Agricultural Implements,
POWDER. FUSE, ETC.
Dealer in all kinds of
CLOTH 11SG, GROCER IE.S,
PROVISIONS, MINING TOOLS, ETC
r-jr 1'iticr.s i:ka.sonaiu-i:. jr
11 UY Y O U II
FRESH MEAT AND VEGETABLES
PIONEER MEAT MARKET,
GRANITE STREET, PRESCOTT.
Kit plenty of both, and you will son be as strung a
an ut, as fat as butter, aud as 2!out, aroun.t t!in wuist. ixs
a ''residential Quaker. C. II ATHAU'A V.
SANTA FE & PRESCOTT
si, i 1 - Xj I n e .
A eliicl will leave I'rescott every Monday mnniln?
for Camp Wrde, returning Sunday morning, carrying
passougers and express.
Fare to Camp Verde,
5cts per lb.
Kor particulars enquire at the Tost Office.
augS C. COSGttOVE.
AGENTS FOR THE MINE It.
San Francisco I,. P. Fisher. Rooms 20 & 21 Mer
chant's Kxx;hange, California street.
Thoa. lloycc, No. 30, (second floor), Jlerchant's Ex
chance. C. S. Eaton, Music Dealer, Montgomery street.
Han llrmardinv Samuel Berge.
.Vkt YorkW. 11. Ferris, 3J1 North 22d street.
.triVnna City Schnieder, Greirson Sc Co.
Khrtnherg Hooper. Win. 11. & Co., aud A. Frank.
l':rieur.7 A II. IVeplei.
lhxrtlyrtlU Jas. I". Hull.
W'aUaftai Mining District Cory ktltts, Cerbat.
'hanix J. T. Alsap.
Fait FhaenixW. It. HelHngs .t Co.
F'onnce Jo. Collinpwood.'
Tucson J.S- Mansfcld.
JjOOK AND JOB PRINTJNCi
Doc? in Good Style,
At the JlIXKKOae
Of Every Class and Kind
Always on haai and for sale, ot the Miner oQce. at
pr.ces'sncfc. as no lawyer, justice of the peace or other
officer ran reasonably find fault with.
ROAD STATION RECEIPTS,
PRINTED IN DUE FORM,
FOR SAXE AT 3ILXEU OFFICE.
.... t on
Location of Mining Claims,
FOR SALE AT THE MIXER OFFICE.
Vn PmKTwetnr or Miner should ro into the country
without a supply of these very handy and ccrrect, ready- J
RESTAURANT, BAKERY & SALOON,
First building south of the Mix Hit Office, Trescott.
Neiv House New Everything.
The undersigned most rfSpcctfully informs thJ publie
that his new plfice, which stands on the ruins of the
building recently destroyed by fire, is now opeu for their
accommodation, and that he wiU be please.1 to sell them.
pies, cezes, etc.
Board, per wees , S9.IV)
Single meals 75
THE SALOOST DEPARTS! EXT
Will always be found well stocked with pretty good
Drinkables and Cigars. DAN. 1IATZ.
Prescott, Arizona, December 23, ISTt.
Gtirley Street, North Side of the Plaza
The Proprietor of this Restaurant respect
fully announces that ho will spare no pains
in catering to the wants of his rwtmni.
Meals will be fiirnUlied ut alt hours of the
day, and the table supplied with iraine and the rhnie.
delicncies that can bo procured. Everthing clean and
served up in the best style.
T. WHITEHEAD, Iroprietor
I'rescott, November 23, 1872.
NEW BAKERY AND CHOP-HOUSE.
The undersigned begs to inform tho public that he
now running a
RAKER Y A XI) CHOP-HOUSE
IN JOHN LAUGH MVS BUILDING, MONTEZUMA
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
The best of BP.EAD, PIES and CAKES alway
on hand, for sale cheap. fi. VICTOU.
Prescctt, August 2o. 1S7J.
ALL KINDS OF
ALWAYS O.V HANI).
Lunches from 2o cents to $I.OO.
MAXDL .t PP.ETZSCH, Proprietors.
Prcscott. November 30. 1S74. diw
The undesigned begs leave to inform the people ol
I'rescott and vicinity that he is now located at the
In town nud he is prepared to do all Vinds of work In
his line iu a
NEAT, WORKMAN-LIKE MANNER
The public is invited to give me an early call and ex
amine pccimeu pictures.
Jtjfp Beautiful Sun Pearl and Watch Dial picture
made at the gallerv.
WM. McKENNA. Artist.
Prescott, A. T., August 24. 1874. uug24ml
nnzniciAit lmooKs. ciias. n i iioieuick.
Montezuma Street, Opposite the Po3tofIIce
Where cau be found a good as?ortmcut of TIN, COP
PEE, and SHEETIUON WAKE; also, "WOMAN'S
i'KIEND," orTlLTOVS STEAM WASHERS.
12?" Particular attention paid to JOB WORK. All
order prctnpilr filled BROOKS &. FREDERICK.
Business & Professional Cards.
JOHN A. Ilfilt. ED. V. WELLS.
RUSH & WELLS,
. Prcscott, Arizona,
"Will strictly attend to all ctril business entrusted to them
iu the several Courts of Record in tha Territory.
Abstracts of title tu Mining Claims aud "Rcilty ac
curately prepared. Prompt uttentiou given to collections.
E. GANAItU E. II. McDAXir.1.
GANAIIL & McDANlEL,
Attorneys tit Law,
Los Ange!es, Cal, and Prescott, A. T.
Prescott, June n-.l, lt74.
ATTORNEY and COUXSEI.OR-AT-LAW,
Will practice hj profession in all the Courts of the Territory
H. II. C A UTTER,
Attorney ami Counselor at Law.
Prcucfitf, Yavnjiur County, Arizona.
.J. P. HARGRAVE,
ATTORNEY and C0UXSEL0R-AT-LAIV
OFFICE East side of the Plaza. Prescott.
Attorney ami Counsellor at Law,
Washington St, Phccnfcs, Arizona.
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
J. E. McCAFFRY,
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT-LAW
.Unln Street, Tnrson, A. T.
J. GOLDWATER & BR0.,
Forwarding- and Commission Merchants,
war. A. HANCOCK,
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
Olank Declaratory Statements,
And Legal Blanks of all kinds. Bills collected promptly
OFFICE PLa-nlx, Maricopa O. an 1972.
J. N. McCANDLESS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office. Xorth Slite ot Plaza. Prrnentt.
HENRY W. FLEURY,
Jnstice of the Peace and Notary Public.
J. L. FISHER, ,
Auctioneer and Commission
Salesroom, North Side of Plaza. I
New Store. New Goods.
"Wjx. x. ibtjif-fttm:
Has just received, and now offers for s:ile, at his
NEW AND COMMODIOUS STORE,
(Xext door to the old stand of Campbell Si BuHuin,)
The Bast Selected Stock of
Ever Broujjht to this Market
The entire stock is NEW AND FHESU consisting In
Staple & Fancy Dry Goods
LADLES' AND GENTLE MENS"
MENS AND BOYS HATS
Boots nnti Allocs,
PERFUMERY & TOILET ARTICLES,
HARDWARE, TUT Si WO ODEN WARE,
CEOCKZST, GLASS AND ZAKTHENWAEE,
PAPER HANGINGS, LAMPS, CLOCKS,
Alining mid Farming Tools,
And other articles too numerous to mention, all of which
wilt be sold at the lowest market prices for cash.
WM. M. IIUFFUM
Prescott, July 7, 1871.
On hand and for Sale,
XSUIsIAS AXI H.1I.IS
And a full assortment of the best
Now In Market Warrautctl fresh and Genuine.
PAJVCY TOILET ARTICLES,
And n full supply of
Physicians' Pkescriptions. carefully anil
GEO. D. KENDALL.
Dit. KnsD.vu.'.' Oflice Iu rear of Drug Store.
T. W. OTIS
CRAM & OTIS,
feGreen Fruits, Dried Fruits
f-3 CHOICE CONFECTIONERY. NUTS,
K CIGARS, TOIJACCO,
&c, &c, &c.
i-9 t n T .1 j
Si Hefjularly Received. fc
0!lluiise al1 a,,tI -Examine,
rZ Gurlev Street Variety Store,
CP. A.M Sc OTIS.
Tlic propotty kno-rn a
BRILL Sc UA31BOZ' RA2VCH,
Three Miles South of Wickcubuzg,
Improvements and Farming Implements.
Y fT particular inquire nl the Kaoch ; or of P. Ilrill, 12
tnile south of Wicl.ftiburf'. Ue!gw3ra
3,000 Select Peach Trees,
Trom one to ttvo yeori okl, prfco
25 CEHSTTS EACH.
ghapj: roots amj cuttixgs,
SHADE & ORNAMENTAL TREES,
ur .u. DEscnirno.vs.
Wir5cenbnrr. Dec 12, 1874.
Next door to the Miner Office, PrcacotU
GOOD LAUEU BEEB,
Liquors and Cigars, lAiJ.
Always on band nnd for sale.
JOHN" RAII1I.E, Proprietor.
Is alray reaJy to icppfy the public with
EXCELLENT LAGER BEER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WINES, LIQUORS, & CIGAKS
V fhall try to 11 orders with ever" po,iole
M. V. Davis, Sidney Mec, Jr., and Geo W. 51rle
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
Kotify the citiin of lrott sod vicinity that all onlcis
for worJc In thrir line of InniCMS, left at th stor of Vi'm.
M. ButTum, in I"recott, will be promptly attended to.
I'rejcott, October 21 , 1 74. d wtt
PRESCOTT ft! EAT MARKET,
NORTHEAST CORNER OP THE PLAZA
"W t. ;n now prepared to furnish the people ol Preicott
and vicinity with excellent Beef, Jlutton, etc., wholeiale
and retail, at lair, living prices.
Prescott, July 8, lbT4
PLAZA FEED AND SALE STABLE.
L ' " BROOKE & LEtfN.
"Wliolesale and. Retail
KEEPS COS3TASTLT O.V IUXD X LASCZ ASSOKTVrVT 07
Groceries & Provision.
TOBACCOS AND CIGAKSj
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING
HATS. HOOTS & SHOES,
LADIES DRESS GOODS
LADIES AND GENTS
mining & farming tools,'
saddlery, cutlery & hardware
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
LITHOGRAPHS AND CHROMOS
ETC., ETC, ETC
l?Bf' A competent tinner, constantly tnpktre.i, will
rcuke all Vitxls of Tin, Copper, and Shcetlroa work.
Jobbing la this line promptly attended to.
JOHN O. CAMPBELL.
I'rescott, AtizoMa, September ', 1671.
BSNJ. H. WEAVER,
Montezuma St, Opposito Dan Hafcs'a New
Ilcinp aktse in th Grocery lousiness. Is prepared to
furnish iliE.rs, Farisers and everybody else with
Sugar, Tea, and Coffee,
SOAP, C-1ST IDI-.ES,
SPICES, CANNED GOODS
Of all kinds, and u general asotmrat of
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
l$r- Country IVoduce bought at lltiajf rate.
WM. X. KEI.LT,
AND ii BALE US IS
Tobacco and Cigars,
Fancy Goods, Yankee Notions,
Fresh Fruit, Garden Seeds, Sec
THE POST TRADER'S STORE,
FORT WHIPPLE, ARIZONA
KEET3 FOB BAIX
CAN FRUITS, CLOTHING,
STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS,
TOBACCO, CIGAKS, ETC.
O. VT BOWERS, rropeUtor
JEWELEK AND ASS A YE IS
South Side of the Plaza, Prescott;
.... DEALEU JK
CLOCKS. WATCHES AND JEWEUT.
Jewelry of All Kinds Made to Ordr.
Repairing Done Carefully and Promptly.
Cold and Silver Bullion
'Refined, Bought, and Sold,
All Kisd cf Ore PnaapUy tad Pro party Aaayed.
M0MEZU3IA BAR & BILLIARD
MONTEZUMA STREET, PRESCOTT.
in sn st Tie. nU tiara twne but iae coicuh.
WINES, LIQUORS, and CIGAKSj.
iron oun patboks and the public.
Wc hare two of J. Strahle Sc. Co's finest Tables, with
Delaney-s Potent wire cushion, which arc Ur superior to
any others now in use. BiUlardisU will IIeas eallasd
WebaTeaClubKoom,fors;ectleaea, attached (a til
BA31 AND BILLIARD SALOON
Montezuma Street, Corner GaiJy,.
Is the Largest anil Best SaleeK,
IU' yORTUEASTEIUf ARIZVifA.
A. L. MOEIJJUTir-rihr.
rilED. WILLIAMS, Proprietor
(One Door West ol Buhird's Ster.)
ScrpUes the "Boyt" with hat which cheers, bat oe
sot 'ntoxicatr. 15t quality of Cigars kept oa baaq-
My Clnb-Boom Is said to be th mot- co3il3rtahl piac.
U town. Come and See. FRED. WT.1AM$.
LARGE, NEW, C03D?LETJR
WAGON AND BLACKSMITH f HOI1
Qurjey street, Fronting pa Gwte,
All kiU of BUchKaithi, T?ga.aa1cd x..
rairin? done in good $tyl$ by xs.
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