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Still Imim:oving. Campbell A Mce Lave a
new frame building up, enclosed and covered, at
the corner of Cortez aud Goodwin streets, S. E.
corner of the Plaza. TUc building occupies 24x
40 feet on tbe ground, 18 ft. studding. First
story 12 feet, with four windows on a side, and
second 10 feet. The ilrst story is to be occupied
by tbe owucrs as a carpenter shop, and will by
and by be supplied with machinery, turning
lathe, KiK saws, etc The second will serve for a
store -room for doors, sash, etc., aud sleeping
apartments for the proprietors.
Kelly & Stephens have given their building a
complete overhauling, extending the store back
over the cellar, putting in new shelving, length
ening counters, putting In new doors, building an
awning or porch the whole length of the build
ing on Gurlcy and In front on Montezuma street.
Mrs. Bourku lias had her house raised up, re
moved and sundry improvements made to the old
building, besides building an addition.
Hathaway & Walker have removed tho old
China wash-house, on the Sebroeder property,
back from the street aud built u new house in
front of It, where they Intend to keep their butch
er shop. Ilntbawiiy has also bad the bouse In
which Mrs. Dickinson lives, on South Montezu
ma street, raised up and Improved.
Mrs. Dickinson has men at work on the foun
dation for a new building nearly opposite Lind
Asher & Co., have leased the lot on S. W. cor
ner of Montezuma and Goodwin streets, from A.
L. Mocllcr, and will, In a few days, commence
the erection of a framed house for a store, wIch
will beUoxTS icet on the ground. Fronting on
Montezuma street 25 feet and on Goodwin street
75 feet, with square from on Montezuma. It will
haven cellar 12x20 feet.
Connell & Shedden have built a residence
on South Montezuma street between Carl
ton aud Aubrey streets, 14x24 feet on the ground.
N. A. Falrchild Is building a carpenter shop on
Granite 6trcct, adjoining the Prcscott House, 24
feet square. "
J. . G. Mitchell is building a harness maker
shop for James T. McKray, on Granite street,
near nemphill & Carlton's blacksmith aud wag
Juau Castillo has just completed a residence
near the corner ot Sheldon and Marina streets.
Ed SllsbcM Is building a residence on Cortez
street, near Carlton. Main building 14x24 with a
kitchen 12x10 feet.
J. L. Fisher has his house, near the churh,
nearly ready to rent.
There may be others which have escaped our
notice, but these, at least, arc in addition to those
wc have noticed In the Minek from time to time
during tho Spriug and Summer. Very nearly
one half the building? in Prescott have been
built this season or arc now In process of being
Kein Deck Is tbe name of a newly discovered
ledge, Severn miles from the Peck in the llrail
shaw range by J. S. Nelson and Charley Kice.
The vein Is from six to clsht feet wide with a
JJ inch pay streak on the surface. The specimen
brought us by Mr. Nelson appears to carry a
large percentage of silver Iu combination with
galena, and a chloride intersperccd through tho
rock, whether 6ilvcr or lead we are not expert
cuouh to determine.
Is another place Hemphill fc Carlton advertise
the blacksmithlng and wagon making business.
They are both old hands, each In his specialty.
Hemphill has worked for Hally and the North
Western stage company for twelve years, until
his refutation as a shoer and general blacksmith
became proverbial, and Carlton's wagon work is
well known from Napa to San Diego. They have
a large shipment of stock on tho way from Cali
fornia, and are prepared to do all kinds of new
work or repairing.
La. Esi'ANOLA.; Fabrica dc Tobacos dc Juan B.
Jiomcra cu Cuba, is the brand of cigars that John
Raiblc keeps, and they can't be surpassed In this
wooden country. II. I'laccmann fe Co., of San
Francisco, manufacture them from pure Cuban
leaf grown by Sener Uonicra, near Havana, Cuba.
A btray whill of the smoke from one of these ci
gars clear across the street is enough to settle the
question of its Cuban origin. Go aud try them
Melons. Lusciouc watermelons from Kirklaml
Valley, Agna Fria and elsewhere arc becotniug'
quite common. Ou Tuesday we sampled those
raised by Solomon JacKson of Ktrkland. Jack
6ons'son brought them to town, and our devil,
being a cousin to young Jackson, bummed him
out of a couple. He played the same game last
week, but not being iu with it, cither before or
after the fact, we kept mum.
Hayoes's Stoke. Judge C. T. llayden, of
Salt River, as we noticed 6ome time since, has a
6tock of goods on the way here which will arrive
during the coming week, and will be opened in
the old stand at the corner ot Cortez anu liuriey
streets, formerly occupied by C. P. Head & Co.
Judge II. Brooks will be the engineer.
Mil. U. B. Ca-nfield, of Mineral Park has been
in town several days aud is delighted with our
nuc climate, mountain air, cold water, pine tim
ber, etc-. He is bnlldingaquartz-millat the Park
and will be prepared to do custom work in addi
tion to his own, when it Is completed.
Wit. L. Wittes, partner of B. F. Channel, of
Idaho, who brought In 1,000 sheep, now at Mount
Hope on tbe Mohave road, called upon us yester
day. He expects Mr. Channel out here iu about
two months, when they will establish winter
quarters for the sheep la a lower altitude than the
country around Mouut nope.
Gen. Kautz has goucagaiu into the Bradshaw
raugc, to rusticate and take another look at the
miucs iu that region. Wc hope he will favor us
with his views again on his return, as by this
time development will Lave enabled him to form
a better estimate of tho Peck mine than it m.is
possible to arrive at on his first visit.
En. W. Wells and T. J. Botleu have been
appointed examiners, and, together with the
county supcrintendant, now form tke board of
school examiners in and for Yavapai county.
Their duties in this connection arc to examine
applicants for the position of teachers in tbepub
One would naturally conclude that a majority
of our visitors were "stage struck" to hear them
exclaim as they cuter tho sanctum, in tbe lan
guage of her who was 60 soon to become Princess
of Cotno, ' Who could have scut these beautiful
CruscE ron Renters. Hon. C. A. Tweed
wants to rent bis ranch ou Salt River on rcasona.
ule terms. Rush & Wells will give particulars.
The whereabouts of Uriah Davis is desired,
aud L, A. Stevens wants the owner of a stray
torse See advertisements.
POSTMASTER CAPTURED !
Will be Here To-Night ! !
The stagc-drlvcr, Samuel McClcmcnds, who
came iu last night, brought word that J. S. Giles,
the absconding Postmaster, was captured by Par
ker and Bchan, at St. Thomas, Nevada, twenty,
five miles beyond Stone's ferry ou the Colorado.
Mr. McClcmcnds taw them but a moment as
they drove np to his home station, the Willows,
just as he was hooking up to start on Wednesday
evening. They Intended to stay there that night
aud at Camp Hualpsi last night, which would
probably bring them here late this evening.
They had the buggy and team with which Mehan
alias McCool went away from here, and told the
stage-driver they had relieved McCool of what he
had and sent him on a-foot. Giles appeared sul
len aud down-cast, and bad nothing to say. A
letter to us dated, Mineral Park, August 21th,
wiuda up as follows:
" Mr. Parker, your Deputy Sheriff and Deputy
U. S. Marshal, and Mr. John Bchan, have just
arrived, bringing with them Mr. Giles. They re
port having secured considerable money from
the defaulter. Giles, with his Pccksnlllian look,
6eems downcast, nervous, and proves the old
saying, '.Man was made to mourn.' We arc all
glad that Messrs. Parker and Bchan have cap
tured him. These gentlemen relieved tbe gallaut
'McCool' (Giles' comrade) of $1,500 and a team
and wagou. You will sec them soon."
Since the above has been iu type wo have seen
a letter written by Parker, at St. Thomas, Aug.
20th, to John Halble, aud another, dated Mineral
Park, Aug. 24tb. At St. Thomas Parker was of
opinion that Mehan had some of the money hid,
which they would try to find. He saj-s Giles is a
perfect wreck, has been drinkluga good deal on
tbe road, etc. Having no warrant for Mehan
they would not try to bring him. From the
Park he writes: "Wcwill be in Prescott Friday
evening with Giles and about ?C,000, including
the team which was purchased with his money."
Giles makes a clean breast of everything con
nected with the affair, but Parker thiuks his ad
missions would not implicate Mehan so as to
make him a party to the robbery, notwithstand
ing lie was a sharer in the sf oil.
4 1-2 p. m. We stop the press to say that the
officers have arrived aud lodged their prisoner iu
Anotiieu Bicir DiscovnitY the "Silveii
Pjunce." On the 22d of this mouth Andrew
Curtin discovered a lode of silver-bearing ore
within half a mile of the Peck mine that promi
ses excellent results. A chunk weighing fifty
pounds was submitted to those vctcrau pros
pectors, Win. Cole and E. S. Junior, who pro
nounced it worth ?5 per pound, and as the lode
is well defined for more than a mile, the discov
erer aud his companions naturally concluded the'
had a good thing and selected samples of the
qualities ol ore found in the lead aud brought
them to town for assay, and day before yester
day Mr. Jewell made three careful assays of the
different ores with the lollowing results, begin
ning with the lowest grade: Assay No. 1 went
? 103.21; No. 2, ?122.:U; No. 3, $2,.l5y.20. Mr.
Jewell vouches for the correctness of the assays,
and Mr. D. K. Houghtelin assures us of the
truth of the other circumstances connected with
the discovery. Three claims have been located
on it by Audrew Curtiu, D. K. Houghtelln and
S. A. Smith. Frank Shultz has taken an exten
sion on the South. H. G. Ballon, who is on the
ground, writes us a note confirming the facts
Evidences continue to accumulate tending to
prove this a rich mineral country. Of course,
this latest discovery is us yet a more prospect, no
work having been done to prove its extent, but
"where there is so much smoke," the adage 8.13-3,
"there must be some fire," and where there is
so much rich ore cn the surface it will be strange
inhere is not something pretty good down In
The Peck Company have taken out a windlass
and arc preparing to sink on their initio. We
await with anxiety tho result of their investiga
tions iu the direction of the center of gravity.
Johnson fc Co.'s mill started up on Crook ore
on Monday morning and has been running
steadily and very satisfactorily all week, crushing
about seven tons and a half per day with five
stamps. We have not learned when they propose
to make a clcau-up, but are promised an account
of the result for publication whenever it trans
pires. Crook ore has always paid handsomely
for arrastraing, and we have fond hopes of what
the mill will do for It.
The Agua Fria grist mill, in the Canon below
Nathan Bowers' ranch, is being fixed up and will
soon be grinding corn. This is a water-power
mill with all the appliances for making first-class
Hour, but the grain is not iu the country to grind,
consequently it will be confined to com. Mr.
Bashford has secured the services of Mr. Perkins,
a No. 1 miller.
Retuhned. Dr. J. H. Pearson, of the C. & A.
Stage Co., returned from California ou Tuesday
night's stage, bringing with him Mrs. P., her
mother, Mrs. Empy aud daughter, aud young
Mr. Grant. Wc arc under obligations to the Dr.
forsomo fine San Bernardino pears, which ar
rived in fine' condition.
Still They Come. Every western State is
contributing to swell the population of Prescott
and Yavapai couuty. Representatives from Mis
souri, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, Illinois, Michigan
Minnesota and Dakota, called upon us during the
week. TbeCallen party will be along by aud
by. Mr. Howey received a paper last week from
Kausas that spoke of their being on the Arkan
sas and making good headway toward Prcscott.
Dr. Fred. E. Oclzen has purchased the medi
cines, good-will, etc., of Dr. McCandlcss in the
practice of medicine lu Prcscott. It is Dr. Mc
Candlcss' purpose to remain here until the 1st of
October when he and Mrs. McC. will probably
take a trip East.
A fearful hall storm visited Clough's rauch, at
Point of Bocks, again the other day, as if to finish
up the work of desolation, in whatever may havo
been left lu the way of vegitatiou on the place.
Judge A. C Swift, returned from a trip to tbe
Pinal country, and having contracted ague while
iu the low lands, left yesterday for California,
intending to stop in San Bernardino until Ari
zoua gets a railroad.
On Tuesday and Thursday next, the Board of
Examiners will be in session at the County Su
perintendent's office, to enquire into the qualifi
cations of those seeking certificates to enable
them to teach and draw public money.
In order to catch a runaway postmaster the
pursuers should have their horses shod at Hemi
11 ill & Carlton's.
James C. Dixon, who is believed to be in the
vicinity ol Prescott, can obtain information with
reference to bis pension aud back pay by calling
at this office.
Charley Beach has purchased two lots from
Judge Flcury, adjoining Judge Rush's residence,
and will proceed to build a house for himself and
DEATH OP MRS. COLWELL.
) The subject of the following notice, Mrs.
III. Cohvell, was a sUtcr of our townsmen
Jacob and Samuel- Miller, and was well
jknown and highly respected here, having
'been a resident of this place for some two
iyears, prior to leaving for Illinois this Spring,
phe was a lady of more than ordinary at
tractions, full of life and apparent hope, and
I It tVKfct li 1 1-n linnn n A 1.
.v "ujv utlv Ul-v.ll 1IU1U ?IIUIU IU CUUU2C
. .l..-t. ! .1 1- t -.1
jicam nmcr iu.iu live longer Willi a man
Who was worrying tho life out of her byhis
ilruukenness, abuse and importunities for the
money her mother had given her. This cir
cumstantial account of her death is taken
from a late Peoria (Ills.) paper, though the
sjlip, which came iu a letter, bears no date:
I "The following particulars of a distressing
affair, which happened on North Adams St.,
at 1504, were obtained from most reliable au
thority. Mr. S. W. Hi lea, a railroad con
ductor, resides at the place above mentioned.
Mfs. Il.jColvrel, a sister of Mrs. Itilea, has been
stopping at 1504 for some time past. Tues
day morning week, Mrs. C. seemed in a very
melancholy state of mind ; she came down
stairs and after a lew minutes went back
agajii. Mrs. liilea was at the time preparing
breakfast. When breakfast was called, Mrs.
C.jUid not come down, but her son, a lad of
about ten years, cuino down and said his
mother was sleenv. TJnon this information.
, i -t
Airs. 11. went up stairs, and found her sister
ou the bed, frothing at the mouth and bear
ing every symptom of having taken poison.
Upon raising her up in bed, a bottle fell from
her nerveless grasp, upon winch was inscrib
ed 'Chloroform." Mrs. 11. remarking to her
that she had been taking chloroform, com
menced attempting to produce vomiting by
running her linger down her throat. This
Succeeded, and afterwards the vomiting was
kept up by meaus of mustard tea, until Dr.
L. li. Martin, who was sent for as soon as
the condition of the woman was discovered,
Upon first seeing her, and learning that
she had taken about three ounces of tho poi
son, it seemed impossible for her to recover,
and the doctor so stated. Uefore all the
chloroform was cleared from her stomach; be
tween the corrosive effects of the poison and
the strain incident to vomiting, she raised us
much as a quart of blood from hur stomach.
The proper antidotes and remedies being ad
ministered, the immediate effects of the poi
son passed off.
Thus much for where and when, now we
will tell as near as possible why the attempt
Mrs. (Jolwell is rather a young and a de
cidedly good looking woman. She was mar
ried about twclw years since to Mr. C. II.
Cohvell, better known as "Buck" Cohvell.
They have one child, the little boy above'
mentioned. The parties have not lived any
too harmoniously during their wedded life.
He is addicted to the habit of tippling, and
when full is abusive, and doubtless unreason
able. Much of their wedded life has been
spent in Wyoming, Stark county. About
two years since they removed to Arizona.
Previously, however, Mrs. C's mother sold a
farm and gave to her the sum of :J1,G00.
The possession of this was the source of all
the evil which has followed. During the
time of their stay in Arizona and ever since
their return Cohvell has continued to demand
this money, even attempting to take it from
her by violence. But knowing how it would
go, hi-i wife has always refused to surrender
it to him. While in Arizona, however, she
gave him S35U. After their return here she
wanted to invest the money in a farm and
settle down to house keeping, while on the
contrary lie wanted to get it into his hands
and invest in a livery stable and saloon in
Wyoming. Hence there was a continued
quarrel, or variance, between them, and the
poor woman, wear' of life under such condi
tions, attempted to put an end to her cxis
tance, as above related.
For the purpose of keeping a closer watch
of her, Mr. Charles lliggins, a nephew of Mr.
Kilea, was assisting in guarding her. On
last Tuesday night, lliggins slept on a lounge
down stairs, so that if she came down stairs
he would know it, and be awakened. At
about 1 o'clock in tho morning she came
down in her night clothes and barefooted,
going out the back way. lliggins says he
saw her and attempted to keep track of her.
He went to the window and looked out, but
could see nothing of her. Then he stepped
outside the door and looked for her, but she
was nowhere to be seen. Accordingly he
alarmed the house, and before long the neigh
borhood was aroused. From that time until
about S o'clock, a, in., the search was kept
up ; some dragging the river, somo looking in
one place and some in another. But at
length Mrs. Uilca looked into the cistern,
and there beheld the lost woman, standing
erect with about one foot of water above her
head. Immediately upon making tho dis
covery, Mrs. Hilea uttered a terrified shriek,
and Mrs. Colclough, a neighbor woman, went
to her assistance. Mr. Jobst, who happened
near, and Mr. George Wasson, a neighbor,
were called in and with the aid of a garden
rake succeeded in getting the body out of
the cistern. There was one of Gray's patent
water drawers in the eistrcn at the time.
The opening through which she descended
was nrobablv 14xlCinchcs. It is a great
mystery how the woman could get herself
through that place, close down the lid and
accomplish the whole act during the few
moments after leaving the house before she
After removing tho body from the cistern,
it was takon inside the house and laid out on
Her friends represent that she was in a
demented condition, from the effects of her
troubles, and more especially sinco her prev
ious attempt to do away with herself.
At about ten o'clock Coroner Goodwin
summoned a jury, who, after hearing the ev
idence, returned a verdict through Ji. II. Mat
son, their foreman in accordance with the
above state of facts. The deceased woman
leaves but the one child, a lad about ten
Food and Drink, Day and JN'ight.
THE EATING HOUSE
CONNECTED WITH THE NIFTY SALOON HAS
lee-i refitted and re-opened bj" and MRS. J. C.
Hoard at 9 per Week,
And single meals at all hours from Ct A. 31. nntil midnight.
Srccial attention will bo paid to night lunches, and every
effort made to please all customers.
H. A. BIGELOW.
I'rescott, June 4, ls75.
TV A N T E D .
A GOOD TINNER CAN FIND EMPLOYMENT.
Apply to U- BROOKS.
lTecott, Aup. 13, 1S73.
We have just received.
GOODS FOR MINERS,
For Immigrants, for
Clothing- and Boots
Kcfrularlv received br our
GOOD CIGARS, GOOD TO
We don't Keep any Drugs, nor much
" V S A t JFL O
Nearly opposite the old Juniper
JOHN G. CAMPBELL,
"Wholesale and Retail
KEEKS CONSTANTLY ON" IIANO A LAKf.E ASSORTMENT OF
Groceries & Provisions,
WINE S3 LIQTJORS,
TOBACCOS AND CIUAllS,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING
HATS, IJOOTS & SHOES,
LADIES DRESS GOODS
LADIES AND GENT'S
MINING & FARMING TOOLS,
SADDLERY, CUTLERY & HARDWARE
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
LITHOGRAPHS AND CHROMOS
ETC., ETC., ETC.
tjp A coinj!tcnt tinner, constantly employed, will
make all kind ( Tin, Copper, and Sheetiron work.
Jobbing in this line promptly attended to.
JOHN O. CAMPBELL,
I'rescott. Arizona, September 4. 187-1.
On hand and for Sale,
AYEU'S, JAYNE'S, JJIUSTOIS
BUIilAS ASTD HAMAS
And n full assortment of tbe best
Now iu Market Warranted fresh and Genuine.
FANCY TOILET ARTICLES,
And a full mipply of
Physicians' PitESCnirTiONS carefully and
GEO. D. KENDALL.
1 Du. Kendall'. Office In rear of Dru? Store.
North of the Court House, Prescott, A. T.
F NEGATIVES RETOUCHED. JSi
G. HATHAWAY. J. B. WALKEK.
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES,
Granite St.. bet. Goodwin & Carlton.
HATHAWAY & WALKER, Proprietors.
Itit live ry horffs and eloeant vehicle at all time and
at reasonable rate, llunc boarded or bought and sold.
Hay and Grain always on hand.
HATHAWAY & WALKEK.
lrcf)tt. Any. 20, 1875.
LARGE, NEW, COMPLETE
WAGON AND BLACKSMITH SHOPS
Gurley Street, Fronting on Granite,
All kind of BlACtitnilhinf. Vaon-makic and re
pairing done io rood style by '
feolStf FRED G. BRECHT
and will keep receiving
GOODS FOR FARMERS,
Families & Everybody.
Green & Dried Fruits
own team from California.
BACCO, SCYTHES, AXES,
Money. We both Hold and Drive.''
I 2ZS T y , "
Tree, North side of the Plaza.
San Francisco Store.
H. ASHER & CO.,
RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO THE OEX
crul iiiblio that we buve jut rvceltn! nnd niv now otftr
nz for sale, the LA 110 EST and 1JEST SELECTED
Ever offered In tills market, vrbich we will tell ut
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
At the lowest possible prices. Consisting of
Hats nnd Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
Perfumery nnd Notions,
Gents' aud Boys' Clothing
Ladies' and Geut3' Furnishing Goods,
Groceries and Provisions,
Wines and Liquors,
- Tobacco and Cigars,
Curtain3, Carpsts, etc.
Etc, Etc, Etc.
Persons wisliinc Ut juirclinso will do well to elvo in n
call before mrchiisinir cNowbere, and we will futUfy
tliein a to tbe quality and cbeatmeM of our goodst
Liberal Prices paid for Gold Dust; Gold
and Silver Bullion, and Merchantable
Produce of the Country.
II. ASIIEIt S: CO.
rrescott, 3Iay 23. 187.-!.
I- llASIIFOItt). K. II. IIUUMISTEIt. XT. C. lUSIIFOItt).
L. BASHFORD 6c CO.,
Are now oponlnjr nnd oflerinr to the trade- tlio larpeit and
mot rompl'tt stock of (ieneral Merchandise ever brought
to tbU Territory, consisting of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
NAILS, IROX, STEEL, GLASS,
Horso and Mule Shoes and Nails,
COALOIL, OILS. PAINTS, VARNISH,
Turpentine and Putty.
BLACKSMITH. CARPENTER AND
Blasting Powder, Shot and Rifle Powder.
CENTS' FIJKMSIIINC; GOODS,
COTTON & WOOLEN UNDERWEAR.
HATS ASD CAPS, ULANJCETS,
Tobacco & Cig-ars,
Domestic Dry Goods,
TLXWARE, WOODEN WARE,
JlsTJD WILLO W W AEE.
WALL PAPER AND BORDER,
CRO CKEIiY Jc GLASSWARE.
We will contantIv keen oa hand everrthlnr renulrn!
for thi market, and will sell at the lowest iusible fijrnre.
J26tr L. IIASHK01tI fc CO.
FRESH MEAT AND VEGETABLES
PIONEER MEAT MARKET,
GRANITE STREET, PRESCOTT.
Et plenty of both, and too will so-rn 3L1 limn,
aa ox, as fat as butter, and as stout, around th waist, as
rresMenuaj yuater. u. II ATIIAWAV,
For Sale or Rent.
A GOOD DWELMVR TiniTSP smrintp rnn
w u a sniiUii r VJk
a family. Location, near the PostoSie, Prescott. AUo,
71 r AppiyiO J. Lm. i la HER. crto
u5" T J. BUTLER.
CP. HEAD.- JAIE XA1M
C. P. HEAD & CO.,
Reipectfallr annoscre to the rr' of Kortbera Artaoaa
that they haT now on hand
THE LARGEST and BEST STOCK
Ever Offered in this Market,
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS
Gents' Furnishing Goodi,
Military Furnishing: Goods,
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
Dried aHd Canned Fruits and Meats
Boots and Shoes,
GLASSWARE1 WOODENW ARE
TOBACCOS AND CIGARS,
FANCY GOODS, OILS AND FAUfTS '.
RIFLE AND BLASTING P0WDE1,
FUSE AND CARTRIDGES
Iron and Steel,
Mining & Farming Implement!,
ETC.. ETC., ETC.,
WHICH WE WILL SELL, FOR CASH ONLY, AT
THE SMALLEST TOSSIULE MARGIN ABOTS
COST AND CAKRIAOE.
Paid in Merchandise or Currency
COLD AND SILVER BULLION,
... AND TIIK....
OF THE COUNTRY GENERALLY.
Having carefully ntuJlul the character of food de
sirable fur thli tnnrkct, and having on hand to large and
no varied an iistortment, selected with the greatest possi
ble care, we are confident that Ut tbe ensulog year we
wilt he better enabled to satisfy the mercantile wast of
this community than aver heretofore.
0. P. HEAD 4 CO.
Prescott, Arizona, January 3, 1874.
RESTAURANT, BAKERY & SALOON,
Tint building south of the Ml.NCU Office, Prwcott.
New House New Everything.
The undersigned most respectfully inform the publlo
that his nerr place, which stands on tbe mine of the
Mine recently dwtroyed by Are, Is now open for their
accommodation, and that he will be pleased to tell them.
Five Loaves for One Dollar.
PIES, C-A-EZES, ETO.
Hoard, por weeV
THE .SALOON DEPARTMENT
Will ulways bo found well stocked with pretty (rood
Drinkables and Clears. DAN. 1IATZ.
I'recott, Arizona, December 23. 1874.
Gurley Street, North Bide of the Plama
The Pmprlstor of this Restaurant respect
fully announces ton! he will spare no pulni
In catering to the wants ut hi. natm.
Meals will be furnished at all hours of the
. , " - . ... HUUtl MJ,
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delicacies that can be procured. Ererthlng clean and
served up In the best style. 1M, tier week. $1(1.
T. WHITEHEAD. Proprietor
Prescott, NoremberSS, 1873.
BAR AND BILLIARD SALOON,
Montezuma Street, Corner Gurley,
Is the Largest nnd Best SaUva
IS XOllT II EASTERN ARIZONA.
A. L. MOEU,EK, Proprietor.
FRED. WILLIAMS, Proprietor,
(One Door West of Bashford' Store.)
Supplies the "Buys" with that which cheers, but does
not Intoxicate. Best quality of Clpars kept on baod.
Jly Clrb-Hoora is said to be the most comfortable place
lntwn. Come and See. FUED. WILLIAMS.
Is always ready to supply tbe jablic with
EXCELLENT LAGER BEER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WINES, LIQUORS, & CIGARS
We shall try to fill orders with every possible care.
KODEXBL'KO A. FOSTER.
Next door to tho Miner OlHce, Prescott.
GOOD LAGER BEER,
Liquori and Cigari,
Always on band and for Bale.
JOHN RAIBLE. Proprietor
PLAZA FEED AND SALE STAILE.
BROOKE & LINN, Proprietory