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Special Notices in the readina ,;.. .;
IIItTr CUNTS uerline
twenty cent a ine for each
: Suggestions TO the New Codncii The
I rst Ordinance passed by the new Council should
one 10 compel every occuuant of a bouse or
t to keep It clear of rubbish and filth, both
rat and rear. This is ntffcssarr ag' a sanitary
ensure as well ns precautionary as aaiust fire,
a tue expense to each would be but a trine.
The next one should make it the dutv of the
Marshal to organlza a chain-pan;? and compel
JolTenders to earn their board by work upon the.
Ureets in stead of feeding them at Couuty or
Villa-c expense and reaping no equivalent In
return. This is necessary because there is a
class who seek to get iu jail to avoid working foe-;
their prub. The next thini; necessary would be
to devise means to get rid of two or three hun
dred of the worthless dogs that infest the streets
nnd alleys of Prescott and render it dangerous
tor a bupy or borscoiau to pass up and dawn,
the public thoroughfares, besides keeping cull
dren in mortal tear while passing to and frtim
school. This is necessary for the reasons jndi
cited above, and because restaurant and board
iup-house keepers are obliged to keep the pri
of board a dollar a week hlphcr than tlicy oth
wise would on account of the meat carried out
Vcd to dops, that ought to be eaten pj mr
tax of five brteii Tloll.Wa year" woUld 'p-
be the most elieetlve wav to cct rjd of tltr
uriniru uanasoiue gum ior liij
treasury. After these needed reforms tl
VOUiera that will come In their orderL a
censing games, bars nud such lnstluiUi
gender the services of the police neccsfTfii -j-
psion against lire, however. Is the ni.ilu point,
,iieves, burglars aud ceu murderers eau be
JducIi more easily disposed of and guarded
,galnst than ifiro'; next tr Intoxiciting drlnk.it
.-J the arch tleud and enemy of the butusn nice on
'ysarth when "once allowed to get beyofld cqutrol,
' lld thoseWhorn tlin. Tipnnli- Itiin. i.nimstud witll
the mapngeuicnt of their municipal affdr should
i feel the responsibility resting upon tlietn to prc-
g serve the property of their eonsUtucatii from fire.
jj there arc no rnnnlug streams witliin reseh of
I'rescott of auflleieut volume to suply- the city
wltb water, und as the ground at no great
epth is full of It, the digging of wells of sufH-
ient capacity to afford an abundiuee seems to
e of the first importance, thtn the means of
hoisting it to some available emltcncc is the
fwxt thing to be considered, nnd nothing will do
(tt so well as au engiuny This will all tost money,
lut the additional security It will 'bring will
tioro than repay It In' the way of lusurance
igaiust fire. Let the money be raised by taxa
tion and our property rendered secure as pos
tible. Dnr Wasueii. Uc witnessed the oueration of
ffjlzsM 'eparatlng lead filings from loose earth In Valeu-
c i Jinc Bros' dr3' 'shlng niachiue yesterday and
luutu it&u wiiu us wort.
For certain kinds of earth containing no nd
heslve clay it sims hound to be a success, Iu lact
Mr. Vuleullue assures us that in Sonora where
they have over r. huudred machines In operation,
tucjvnakc di. y that only yields u quarter of a
ccntto'tjie pan f nouuds. The nrincinle w-
-on widest uodvs Is something like the old
fasiihiastl. w1M5!a, so faris the jives and shak-Jn-
hoe4 (wnooeerned but tho blast Is from a
r msw' attttHvath" tort onc'Of which Is pro.
" n'fllud tntihtw tUi gold from the
t;' a it pasovir. The machine which we
saw is being ped to Santa 4Maria by Mr,
Aguerreand hi capacity of three tons an hour
and requires t services of six men to work it(
Xour at the inline and two to prepare the dirt
wuieu requira oe run mrougu a coarse screen
?a before It goee the niachiue.
. ,y. It eonceutrea a tou of earth to about teu
pounds whicln ordinary ground U chiefly black
Bd and gol which will bear transportation any
stauce to iter where item be panned or quick,
Vji.lju3eEi.ection. The election held on
ruesdaythifX.,resultcdas follows: For Mayon
George j vw''l had no opposition aud re
reived 240 otc cut of thelsi cast. For Council
, 0. Tboijte received 81, T. Otto C5, L. J. Alter
1$3 v,V-Mi to, wuieu eiecieu vncr auu
unison. For.Trcasurt-r, V. C 3ashford, having
-no opponent received afl Hie voles cast 251. For
Marshal, Henry M. llei'SKt received 101, II. F.
Brown 8-', AVm. Jennings 0, and Samuel Deunis 2,
elcctfnfHcrbcrt, For Assessor Henry M. Herbert
x-cclvcj I29K and II. F. Urown 1. The Village
jnverinoKt for the ensuing year will consist of
jf Gecgc D. Kendall Mayor, W.M. Butlum, Gray
f. Foior, L. J. Alter and W. Z. Wilson Couiicil
fcenV, C. Bashford Treasurer, aud II. M. Her.
Jert larsbat and- Assessor. We predlrt an elli-
icntud conclcutlous discharge of duty
grtsoNAl Wc have met In town, during the
-ce CapL Al Selbcr, the boss of the Indian
ifico-, statioued at Camp Verde. Uncle Jimmy
JXJoihtan of WIckcnwirg and Peoples' valley.
cry WIckenburg, the Pioneer frotn whom the
takes Us name aud the discoverer of the
fiturc Miue. A Mr. Howard of Salt River who
'isengaged in the pork and bacon business.
yTp" ii Breon, James Douglas, Phil McDonald,
. lt aud other farmers from llllamson
Johu W. Lcouard, Attorney at Law,.from
!a,Urk.Onrlils' way to Tucson to attend the
- .-y ... ' n . , ifit I
iC iu i. j. v . uanen who nas rsiauitsuuu
raJ uf-na quarters at walnut urovc ann
. b iy 'we do.not call to mind.
1 JJJTf'rfi- The demand for babbit metal, has
en. so pressing upon us of late that we could
tflll ,ordcr8. "id in order to be able to do
we bavo ordered from San Francisco, and it
s shipped December 25th an entire new dress
or the Minek. So that about the first of Febru-
expect to print the paper with new and
uol jrpc and at the same time be able to
j.irni f Abblt metal to all who may desire It.
ire all the latest styles or Job type com.
wilt be prepared to do e-en better work
ttyn .run tnnt unc, wmcn you win doubtless
j w a' one accord, Is useless, as it is good
k - ah already;
Movements' or Division Aok.sts. Rube
Tnooias tmi taken tno roaa irom here to San
1 3o. u-diap tia Ehrenbcrg as his division of the
!' .jr, Xlkugc Co., and Is stocking It heavily In
v te maI.c fast time from here to the Railroad.
Jk:t-Li. Kkb Is has the Mohave ronte clear through
itm divls! 3. Thomas also has the route from
iHr o FlorcnccJ
Cfc Division Agent for ibe Stages of
-ad New Mexico Express Co., was
sreiand bought more lumber for s la
the route. lie Informed ns that It was
testion to get started to running: between
and 15th of this month.
very best of watch and clock work go i
iva ntiat . ti . . V - :
b uuuaiD, i reecotf.' jany si
wblpping-post is needed In Prescott, and if
practice of abusing bis family is continued
ch longer by a man claiming to have been a
mbcr of the Kansas Legislature and respecta-
VW connected, the people will not wait tor tbo
fj-ton oi law, nut Improvise one ior me occa-
sWn without the formality of courts and Juries.
have been hearing for some time tbata
bYu'o Jn -the shape of a roan, whoso, name we
jflthhold In order to spare his family the hn-
riatlon of publication, was In the habit of
whipping his sick wife and two daughters, one
of whom Is nearly a woman; but thiiking there
must be two sides to such a monstrous report,
have awaited further developments, until yester
day moruingas Mr. William C Foster was passing
their house he heard screaming, and presently
oneofthcdauciters ran out and implored him
tosavcler mother from being beaten fo death,
by her father. Foster proposed to go and send
an officer, when the assailant "nic out with a
black-snike whip-in his band and delivered it to
Foster, nnd proposed to accompany him to the
Justice' office nnd give bonds for his good be
havior, acknowledging that he had been using
the whip on his family, but that it was a ne
cessity he could not avoid.
Those who know the family sar that the wife
Lls.fi poo-, weakly woman who hns not been ex
pected to live from one tuontu to anomer ior a
'lorg time. This is certainly a case mat cans ior
c rectl'Jn, notwithstanding lie now agrees to
-i t away nnd not again molest them.
lie yonngcr of the two girls came to town
sterd J oon ater Foster had interfered with
e whipplnir, (they live a mile out of the village)
d her version of this last outrage is, that the
ldcr daughter had cooked some beans, and he
'dthcy were not done properly and began
y I earsliir ad swearing, and ordered her to leave
If jlaco. She got her bonnet and was about to
( v hlin, when he seized the black-snake whip
(flbegan beating her over the head, the splints
fher bonnet saved her somewhat, but she was
considerably bruised ; the younger girl screamed
wheu b'i turned upon her und threw her down
and frightened her mother who ventured to re
monstrate with him, when he turned upon her,
sick and feeble as she is, nnd gave her a thrash
ing. S lie has been advised by those acquainted
with bin conduct to leave him and seek a divorce,
and we understand she once suggested the mat
matter to him and he threatened if she did he
would take their boy,' and place the girls in a
house of prostitution ; this threat has kept her
in fear that he would carry it out, and cansed her
to submit to his abuse, when otherwise she
would have been more independent.
His version is, that as the head of the family,
he felt bound to correct the children, and when
he attempted to exercise his prerogative in this
respect the others interfered and made common
cause agnlnst him, and he found it necessary to
whip them all. He desired the girls to go out
and work for two weeks until he could find
something to do, and instead of seconding 1:Ih
proposition the mother asked her daughters if
they were willing to "go out and work to earn
money to go baeK to Kansas on." This he says
he took as an insult, and became exasperated
and could not control his temper.
Allowing all lie say's to be irue, and the case
seems to be just as bad as it he had no defense to
make. The world is wide enough for everybody,
and if lie cannot lire with a sick woman without
lcatir.g her, he should travel for his health.
Warren. P. French returned yesterday from a
tour of several mouths with what is known the
Adam's patty in search for some mysterious dig
glns near the headwaters of the Gila. He informs
us that Adams knew no more of the country than
the balance of them aud their search was entirely
JThey went as far as the wafers of the Rio Grande,
pTosj ectlng thoroughly every where, but' found
nothing so good as that they left, except the Globe
District, aud that is already located. They saw
much beautiful gracing aud some Ouc agriculture;
country on the trip.
Tbo columu advertisement of L. Bashford &Co
In this issae calls for more than a passing notice.
This honc is doing a business that warrants the
.pace they have chosen to occupy In order to set
befote the public a portion of their vast stock or
goods. We advise every one in want of anything,
to re id carefully every word In that colnmn and
they will surely find what they seek, If not, go to
the store and call for it.
Gcou3 AuitiviNO. Several large teams from
the end of the Railroad unloaded here yesterday.
C. P. Head, & Co., W. M. Bullum, and Anders &
Roc were the recipients of considerable lots of
Clark Colvig who killed the Mexican believed
to hive been Chavez near Woolsey's raueh on the
Gila, was here on Sunday ou his way to Yuma to
claim the reward oll'ered by the Governor of Cal
ifornia. Colvig !ias been stopping at Anvil Rock
in this comity for several weeks since the killing.
We found in him an old acquaintance whom we
had not met for several years.
The election for Village Officers passed off on
Tuesday without any serious alteicatlous and re
sulted in the election of a good set of officers.
Our young friend W. C. Bashford should feel
proud of his vote for Treasurer, having received
cve-y one of the 251 cast. This is an unusal In
stance of popularity as some one is apt to find
fault and scratch even the Itcst of men.
Several or our merchants have been deceived by
Myerstlnc & Co., of San Bernardino, who under
took to ship their goods for them from the end or
the Railroad. Tho cousequeucc is that several
lot that ought to be here now are still lying at
Colton with no Immediate prospect of beiug for
warded while others have heen on the road until
they have almost gone out of style.
Rain.- -A short time before midnight last night
rain commenced falling and has continued with
out the least cessation up to this hour 2 r. is. As
wo go to press we sec no indicatieus of its clear
ing up. Hope has revived In many who began to
fear we wero to have no winter.
A new bridge has been built across the ditch at
tho crossing of Montezuma and Carlton streets,
hy Campbell & Mce, under direction of the Vll
lajc Conncll. v
Head what II. A. B., has to say of mining In
Pesk and Bradshaw. He I on the ground and
ha every oppertnnlty to know whereof he writes.
There has been considerable shooting about the
Ktreets of late at hours In which honest people
should be In bed. We have been expecting to
heir of some one being hurt or killed and should
not be verry sorry If we did. As a rule those who
prowl about the town after midnight could very
we ll bo spared and it would be cheaper to bury
thorn than to feed them.
The "Pin-back" is tho latest discovery, and
wtis recorded yesterday by W W. Wells. He
says It took a "long head" to think of a suitable
name, but be fetched IL
Too Late. A gosaippy, chatty letter from
Antelope Springs arrived too late yesterday lor
our purpose, but will appear: In onr next issue.
The writer has struck "float" 'and' goes Into ex-
. . ...
mice over .ntciopc
Tiie Tkeasckeu's REroBT. The report of
the County Treasurer for the past year was filed
with the Board of Supervisors on Monday, but
contrary to the usage of this and all other conn
tries In which we have ever lived, the Board
i ccms to have concluded that it waB not a matter
about which the proplc ought to be too inquisi
tive, and decided not to hare it published unless
It should be rfom; gratuitously a an item of
news. e have never heard that anybody fur
nished the County with woad or that the officers
gave their services gratuitously, and the printer
has to live as well as they.
ConiiESPONDENCE. In lieu of editorial matter
this week we present a mass of interesting cor
respondence on nearly every subject from mi
ning up to the legitimate drama, and to it we in
vite attention. Letters will be fouud from Peck
district, from Phoenix, from Williamson's Valley
and from Verde, all brim full of newsy Items.
In the review of the play at Fort Whipple we
left out a line in the Ian paragraph that m ikes it
read a little awkwardly, but the intelligent
reader will supply it.
New AnvEKTisraiCNM. Never fail to read all
the new advertisements, yon will always find
them Interesting. This week we set a column
before you for L. Bashford ifcCo.; a change In
H.Athertfc Co.'s White-House notice, and iu
that of Cram & Oti ; Jnracs T. McKray A: Du
gald Walker have established a wood-yard ; Paul
Weber is practicing law at Mineral Park, Mo
have Couuty ; Charley Hall sells meat and veg
etables at the S. W. corner of the plaza ; E. Er
vlne ticna a barla at his dry goods, grocery, and
drug store In Phienix ; the sheriff has a notice of
sale, nnd Cartlcr a probate notice'; there Is a pair
of saddle-bags and contmts at this otllcc.awaliing
John W. Leonard, Esq, Attorney-at-Law, who
has been practicing his profession at Mineral
Park lor some months past, has decided to re
turn to Prescott to reside permanently. He has
now gone to Tucson to attend the scsslou of the
Senator Sargent's bill relative to Pacific
Railroad trrauts, provides that all lands gran
ted, hut not yet i.atentud to the Atlantic and
Pacific Railroad Company shall he declared
forfeited, and revert absolutely to tho public
THE ARIZONA MINER
NEWS, BOOK AND
JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT.
In the Very Best Style of the Art,
Prices Conforming to the Times.
POSTERS AND CIRC17LASJS,
' 'Latter-heads, Bill-heads,
CARDS, PROGRAMMES. INVITATIONS.
All Mining and Legal Blanks,
R T E F T 11 iV S C R I PTS .
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Tlio MlNF.lt i. by far, tlin most completo uICcb in the
Territory, nnd poJesetl of c vrry Cioilitr fur thi- rxecu
tion of work ut which none can reasonably complain.
J. Li. FISHER,
TtlCiVH, ICST-ATJS AGENT.
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant.
Office New County Building.
lias f.r Nile the followinp most desirable building lots,
situated in the town of I'leMWlt:
7 LOTS TMns t'ie wrutcrn portiOD or Blosk 4t, fiicintr
ou Montezuma trcrt.
7 LOTS Being the eatern portion of Block -13, facing
on Montezuma Mrrrt.
LOT 10 nIoc,s i3 facing "a Granite street.
9 LOTS Block 38, ticiofr on Montezuma and on Corlez
LOT 5 In Block number fire.
FRACTIONAL LOT1" I,,"cV 15. facing on the lint.
Tlie Sweetest Kind of
And the Nicest and Freshest
A Large Invoice Just Received at Kelly
To Wool Growers.
I hare at iny ranch, on lower Granite creek, TaTspal
Ten Good Spanish Merino Bucks,
which I will sell tor cash or exchange for other sheep
bucks or ewes. J. U. MAUION.
Decemer24, 1H75, 3t
Of Every Class and Kind,
Always on hsni aad for sale, at the MIXES office, at
wines such as no lawrer. Justice tt the peace or other
officer can reasonably find fault with.
JJSK "WEED EEMEDY OR 0REQ0H SSEU
siatie Care, at I)H. KliDAUUtS Drag fcwt
WE HAVE HAD BUSINESS "WITH TIE Fol
lowing peroo and firms, and recomraer them at
liberal dealers. The fact that they pablUh to ta- world,
and make no secret of the feet that they are in Wness,
is eruience enough to show that tney intead touo tae
lair tnlD; by everybody.
k SUF.r. & CO- Merchants. 'Wholesale and Hfall,
BUTI.EU T. J- Editor nnd Proprietor AEIZcKa
MlXEK, Montezuma street.
BUFKUM VM. M., Merchant. WhoJesale and Reta,
g.lKEU BEN'., Santa Fe and Frccott Mail Line, IVtU
BRECHT FUF.D T. Wa-on aad Blacksmith Shop.
Corner Rurlev and Granite streets.
BOWERS St RICHARDS, Pest Traders Store, Fort
BASHFORD Ji CO., Oeneral Merchandise, Gurley
BROOKE .t I.IXX, Tlaza Feod and Salo Stable,
CAMPBELL JOHN G.. Merchant. Wholesale and
Retail, Montezuma street.
CURTIS G. V,'.. Sawmill. Plainer and Sblagle Ma
chinu, Si miles south of Prescott.
CLOl'GH A. S.. Point of Rocks Lime Kilns. 11. H.
CRAM Sz OTIS. Variety Store, Confectiontirv, Gro
caries, Clothinir, Etc., Gurley Street.
GARTTKR HARLEY IL. Probate Jitde. JuMice of
the I'enec nnd Conrernneer, Countv building.
CtAMPIJELL J. O., Campbell's Tin Shp, Montezuma
CATE C.F.. Nifty Saloon, Montezuma street, west side
of the I'l.iza.
CAMPRELL k MEE. Carpenters and builders, sooth
east corner of the Tlaza.
QORDIER LEOS, Hairdrrsser, next to the postoffice.
TPvAV TV'ARREN' E M. I)., Corner of Wilis and
L Marina streets.
DAVIS & NEWTON, "Xuc-et" Saloon, Montezuma
JALV J. C, Harness and Saddle MakeT. Granite st.
FISHER J. L.. Renl Estate Asent. Auctioneer nnd
CommNkion Merchant, (janty buil.liup.
FREDERICK Ai HEENAN. Tinsmiths, Muntezuma
HARGRAVE J. P., Attorney and Cotinelor at Law,
OWARD JNO., Attorney at Law, South Monte
ATZ DAN., Restaurant and Itakery, Montezuma
UTCHINSON ,t TIIORXE, CaMnct SaliKm, Mon
TTEAD &. CO . General Mercliandise. Corner Monte-
znma and Guriev streets.
ATHAWAY O.. Jleat and Vepetablo Market.
HEMPHILL W. L., Ulacksmtths and Wapou Maker,
HATHAWAY .t WALKER, Livery and Fed Sta
bles. Granite street.
AYDEN 0. T. fi CO., General Merchandise, N. W.
corner or the 1'Jaza.
OWARD "W, J., Jeweler, with L. B. Jewell; Good-
JENNINGS WILLIAM, City Marsha', and Night
JEWELL L. 15., "Watctimnker and Jeweler, Goodwin
D., Physician and Drogsfist,
KELLY Si STEPHENS, News Agents and Variety
Store, Gurley street.
" ODOE, Aztlnn No. 177, F. .t A. 31., Corner Monte
J zunia and Gurley streets.
TODGE, Arizona No. 1., I. O. O. F., Corner Monte
J zunia nnd Gurley streets.
LUKE .fe CO , Montezuma Bar and Billiard S.iloou,
Mont cm ma street.
M'CANDLESS J. N., Physicain and Surgeon, Gurley
MOELLER A. L.. Diana Saloon, Corner Montezuma
and Gurlcv streets.
"VTOYESA. O, Saw-mill, one-half mite south of
OTTO T.. Real Estate Broker and Money Leader,
ro T.. I
fTlR .1. C. Coroner, Public AdininiMrator and Jus-
J tic i
of the Pencu, Montezuma street.
USH Si WELLS, Attorneys at Law.
RODENBURG Si FOSTER, Arizona Brewery, Gur
IAIULE JOHN, Paclflo Brewery, Montezuma
POGEKS Si CO., Ifvscott Meat Market, Gurley
J) OSENTIIAL J., Assarcr, Wes't side of , the Plaza.
SOFTHWOTH. WILL D., Attorner at Ijiw, Office
STARKE F. J.. Aeent California and Arizona Stage
gTAHL E., Cabinet Shop, Montezuma street,
gMITH, MRS. EMMA, Milliner, Gurley street.
SOI'THWOTR Si HART, Real Estate Brokers. Office
"Y'lUTOIt G., Bakery and Restaurant, Montezuma St.
WHITEHEAD THOMAS, Antelope Restaurant,
WEAVER BENJAMIN H Merchant, Montezuma
ViriLLIAMS FRED.. Sazorac SaIo.ii, Gurley
PERAI.TA M. 1, Merchant, Wholesale and Retail,
PIERSON J. H.. Acent and Secretary C. Si A. Stage
LEONARD JOHN "W., Atb.niey at Law. Mineral
LANGLEY W. A.. General Asiaycr, Ccrbat. Orders
by mail pmaiptly attended t.
M 'DANIEL E. IL. Atxirnev and Counselor at Law,
(RY Si POTTS, Merchants and Agents for the
HANCOCK WILLIAM A., Attorney at Law. Corner
Washington nud Montuzutna street, Phoenix.
AYDEN CHAS. T., Merchant. Flour Mills and
Blacksmith Shop at Warden's Ferry.
"A TORGAN Si CO., Merchants, Pbueaix and Morgan's
EVANS ,T. '., Ajrrat Ca'.ifoaU and Arizona Stage
COLLINOWOOD JOS., Stage Apent und Agent for
the Minf.iu Florence.
BASHFORD COLES, Attorney and Counselor ut
FISH Sz CO Merchants, -Wholesale and Retail,
Tucson and Florence.
Vf" ANSFELD J. S.. Agent for Arizona MlXEK,
GOLDWATEU Si BRO., Wholesale and Retail Deal
FLHAMUS I. Jtt., Agent Colorado Steam Navigation
MARTIN GEORGE, Druggist, Wholesale and Re
CHNEIDER. GRIERSON Si CO., Agent for the Ari
zona Mi.vki:, l uuiM.
WHICH IS BETTER THAN BABBIT METAL,
for Journal boxes, etn.. for sale at the Ml.NEK office, in
quantities to suit purchasers.
ROAD STATION RECEIPTS,
PRINTED IN DUE FORM
FOR SAL.E AT MINER OFFICE.
-SsAII THE PATENT FILLS, EEE3H AKD
WSGonnlne. at DR. KENDALL'S Dreg Store.
fr. dOA per day at home. Terms trie. A drew
T 1U.5V g. stosox t Co, rcrtlaad, Jlahte- y
JOHN G. CAMPBELL,
"Wholesale and Retail
DEALER IX -
KEEV3 COXSTANTir OK ItJLVD X LARGE ASSORTS EST OF
Groceries & Provisions,
TOBACCOS AND CIGARS,
DRY GOODS. CLOTHING
HATS, BOOTS & SHOES,
LlADIES DIESS GOOD3
LADTE3 AND GENTS
I MINING & FARMING TOOLS,
SAJJDLERY, CUTLERY & HARDWARE
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
LITHOGRAPHS AND CHROMOS
ETC., ETC., ETC.
fTe A competent tinner, constantly employed, will
make all kinds -f Tin, Copper, and Slieetiroa work.
Jabbing ia this line promptly attended to.
JOHN O. CAMPBELL.
PrescottAriuna. September 4. I37L
Cn hand and for Sale.
AVER'S, JAYNE'S, BRISTOL'S
BULL'S AND HALL'S
And a full assortment of the best
N'ow hi Market Warranted fresh and Genuine.
FANCY TOILET ARTICLES,
And a full supply of
Physicians1 Piirscriptions carefully and
GEO. D. KENDALL.
Dit. KnsiiLi.'.a Office In rear of Dnc Store.
fWith u. n. Jewell,)
Prescott, - - Arizona.
Fine Watches of every description repaired In tho best
possible manner and warranted lor one year 3Iy work is
firM-flu.M, und I will warrant it equal tuiuiy work dune In
Snn Francisco ur K.lsUto cilics.
JEWELItY 3IADE TO OIIDER,
Engraved and JVeatly Repaired.
ijH1" All urders by mail or otherwise punctually atten
MALCOLM V. CAM I'll ULL. SIUXET MEK, jn.
CAMPBELL & MEE,
CARPENTERS & JOINERS,
f-SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS 3
Made to Ordflr on. SliortoMt Notice.
CARRIAGE AND WAGON WORK,
01 which we make a spc!alty.
Southeast Comer of the Plasa HoTtheat Corner of
Cortex and Goodvia st-cets.
Trees ! Trees ! Trees !
"I'ut not off till to-morruw whatshouldbedonetOMlay."
Now is the time to leave your orders for
Vines & Plants.
AVc afrree to deliver th trees onlered. In Prcicott, in
pood order, and In tod sea n for planting'. Leave your
onle s Mn. so that the trees can be h'r In season.
Call and examine list of prices, at our store
CKAM 4: OTIS.
Ladies' & Gents' Hair Dresser,
FIEST-CLASS BARBER SHOP,
Nezt to the FostofUce.
Also, he works hair to order, aad has a good assortment
of hair switches Ut s-ile.
I3"lon Cordieri Meiliclne, to cure dandrnfT and to
stop hair from fallinc;. he warrants to have aa immediate
effect, or the money will be returned.
y o r.
Location, of Mining Claims,
FOR SALE AT THE MINER OFFICE.
No Prosrector or Miner should fro into the e-onntr
without a supply of these very handy and cerrect, ready
MAGNOLIA WATER. FLORIDA WATEB
aad lie best WHCUTft COLOGSS, Flesh aad Gen
uine, at DR. KENDALL'S Tloueer Drcc.St
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I CP. HEAD
C. P. HEAD & CO.
Respectfully annouaee to the ppJe of Nortttera Ariaoait
that they have now on taad.
THE LARGEST and BEST STOCK
Ever Offered in this Market
LADLES' FURMSHIKG GOODS
Gents Furnishing Goods, :
Miiitiuj Furnishing GckmU,
DRY GOODS. GROCERIES,
13oot.s and Shoes,
GLASSWARE WOODENWARB V
TOBACCOS AND CIGARS,
FANCY GOODS, OILS AND PAINTS
Griins, IPistols, j(4 p
RIFLE AND BLASTING P0WDEKflJ
FUSE AND CARTRIDGES j l
r i -m ..j IB '
mining & Parming Implements,
ETC., ETC., ETC.,
WHICH WE WILL SELL, FOR CASH ONLY, AT j
THE SMALLEST FOSSIDLE M AUG IX ABOVE
COST AND CARRIAGE. i4
LIBERAL PRICES J?"
n J -tit- t ji , rt J
r ciiu in mercnanane or uurrency
GOLD AND SILVER BULLION,
... AND THE....
OF THE COUNTRY GENERALLY'
Having canfally tturftrd the charaettr of rood de
sirable fur tills market, and having on hand so large awl
so varied aa assortment, select! with tb rreatesi
ble ciue, we are confident that fur the ensuing jear i
will be better enabled to satisfy the mercastlie
this community lima ever kervtofore.
Prescott, Arixima, Jaaaary 3, 1874.
RESTAURANT, IAKERY k SALOiW.
First building south of the M IN Kit Office, I'rescott.
IS'cw House New Everything;
The andersljrncd most respectfully Inform the pabM
that his new place, which stands rm the nuns of
Idinp recently destroyed by fire. Is now opes for
accommodation, nnd that be will be pleased to sell tl
Five Loaves .for Oae DellRM
PIES, jd&Oi&S, ET
itoara per wee
THE SALOOS DEPAETJIE:
Will always be found w titec'C,'i frfitr
Drinkables and Clears. ' vjj
rrescott. Arizona. UfeinWXT. JS7I.
Gurley Street, Ndeth 'Side of the
The I'roDrletornffM. t . .
fully announce, that be will spare no i
i is i-Hiprinrf v . - a ,
. . . ' wonis or Ifm vali
rzumi win be rum(ii..i . .n t,rrrn
day. nnd the table sunrilcd wlib
delicacies that enn be procured. Everthln cleanjud
erved up lu the best style. Hoard. r week. ilCL
T. WHITEHEAD. Proprietor
Prescott, November 23. 18T2. 1
BAR AND BILLIARD SALOON,
Montezuma Street, Corner G-urlay,
Is the Largest nnd Best Saloon
JX XORTUEASTEUN ARIZONA.
A. L. MOELLER, rropr(fc
tr A WW r - A a m -v
FRED. WILLIAMS, Propri,
(One Door West of T3ashfiBdT8twr)-'
Supplies the "Btfys" with that which chenra. kit
not ntnxicat. Best quality of Cigars kept aa n!:
Jly Cli'b-Koora is sold to be the most coaferiftfcie Hfte '
ia tw. Come and See- FRED. V- ILUAJIg.
Is always ready to supply the )ubKc with
WHOIiBSALE Aim ETATL.
H'INES, LIQUORS,. CIGARS
We shall try to fill orders with frery possible care.
RODENBlifcfJ Sc. F08TKR.
Net door to the JIixzr' Office, Prwcott.
GOOjD LAGER BEER,
Liquort and Cigart.
Always on hand and for sale.
JOHX RAIBLg, Prorrietee
PLAZA FEED AND SALE STAILE.
PRESGOTT,- - - AKUOIVj