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FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 187G.
All accnml for ndrtrtuina and sub-
scriplion which became due on or before the first
day of February, and all bills fur If yd ailccr-
tisemenls which appeared in the Miner prior to
that date are payable to John II. Marion. All
account accruing since that date are payable to
T. J. liutler, the present proprietor.
Gov. Saflbrd reports to the Citizen that a
plncer district has been discovered in the ra
vines of the Patagonia and San Antonio
mountains near the Sonora line and that the
dirt from the grass root.1; down is rich enough
to carf to water. The Gov. has recently re
turned from looking after Gens. Serna and
Tub Citizen of Jan. let has this item ;
"The Attorney-General of the United
Rfntnc fine AtfAekA tnt fliloe l-aln til t inn
postmaster at Prcscott and now serving a
term in prison, may remain in the Prcscott
This is in accordance with Judge Tweed's
recommendation, the sentence being in the
aggregate only two years, the judge thought
it better for the prisoner to remain here than
to go to the expense of sending him to Cal.
or elsewhere. In order to send him away it
would require the services and involve the
expense of two fares for two deputy marshals,
both ways, besides that of the prisoner to
the place of confinement.
A petition to Governor Saflbrd, asking for
the appointment of C. C. Bean to fill the
vacancy occasioned by the resignation of
Dr. W. W. Jones as Centennial Agent from
Arizona, was started on Monday in this
town, and would probabty have received the
signatures of nearly the whole population
had not a dispatch from the Governor put a
stop to it by citing the fact that tro time
had gone by in which tho law makfW the
appropriation requires that it should, be
drawn, and that tho appointee would be oV
Iigcd to bear his own expenses as well as
those of the contributions from Arizona, and
that there is no provision by which he can
bo remunerated for his time and money ex
The Rev. Mr. Woodmau recently delivered
a lecturo to young men at 50cts a head, at
Chico. Cal. and was rlnliphtorl tn find iho
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gall filled with boj-.s in search of solid knowl-
w "v nnrrn
When tho lecture was over he was aston-
ished to learn from his door-keeper that they
all had season tickets; an investigation
proved It to bo a sconspiracy. One ticket
had been purchased for the course and each
youngscamp as became in passed an open
window and threw the ticket out when it
was caught below and another and another
came in on it until the house was full.
The Record remarks, rather approvingly,
that ,sboys will be boys."
School Lands. There arc now surveyed
lands sufficient to enable the school officers to
run the schools of this Territory for a num
ber of years on the proceeds of sales of the
16th and 82nd sections to which tho schools
Qinnt? are entitled, provided provision were mado
to make them available. We understand
from Mr. Kelly tho Registrar that it will re
quire soirio action of Congress before the
Territory can proceed with the sale of these
lands for the benefit of the schools. Our
delegate in Congress could not do his consti
tuents a better service than to cause those
lands to bo thrown upon the market and
thus relievo tho taxpavcw of tho burden of
maintaining the public schools
There is no tax they pay more willingly,
but when there is an easier way of providing
t'oflT or ku'r support where is the use of throw
away tho means
We have been taken to task recently and
accused of violating the spirit of our avowal
of intention to try to build up and not pull
down any of tho institutions or individuals
that have for their object the betterment of
the condition of the pcoplo of Arizona. The
man who beat his family with a blacksnako
whip last week has called upon us, and com-
plains that we did not second his efforts or
build him up in his endeavors to maintain
peace and order in his family.
A fewothers object to the manner of our grave, and soon after taking up his residence
building, but as a rulo we have been sccon- in Tucson, was admitted by the supreme
ded by the people and heartily commended. Court of tho Territory to the practice of the
Wo shall continue to pursue the policy of law"i nnd was soon after appointed by over
trying to strengthen whatever wo shall find n0P McConnick, Attorney-General of the
weak in onr moral social and financial svstems
instead of throwing stumbling blocks in the
way of progress and if rubbish shall be found
wc snail turow it asiae ana not cover it up
or build, upon it but try to plant our struct
ures on a sure foundation.
The old JIoxtezuma Elias Junior, ex-
hibited somo fine specimens of carbonate of
lead, bearing a large percentage of silver the
other day which lie took from a mine known
as the Montezuma not far from Wickenburg.
This ledge he tells us is over forty feet
wide and has been extensively worked at
some pre-hisUric period of time. There are
several shafts and tunnels still visible and ev
idences of smelting in a very primitive man
ner. The fires have been built in the mine on
the ledge and melted without extracting the
ore, in fact it furnishes its own powder aud
"when hftatcd explodes and great scales are
coMtantlyflying ofT. Wo have tried 6ome
of the same character of ore with a blow-
pipe andha'l to guard our eyes to preserve
Vmm from being put out by the flying par
ies. - -
During his late Tisit lie discovered scTeral
J i.r- .Ai--i r. 1: r l.Ur i
ON THE ROAD.
Camp Hualpai, A. T., Jan. 5, 187G.
Kditor Iineh: New Years day I passed
very pleasantly with the good people of Wil
liamson Valley and on New Years eve, by ro
quet, I lectured to a large and intelligent
auc'lience at .Mr. Burk's house on "Arizona.'
Neirly all in the vallev were in attendance
anc we had a pleasant time. Xo where in
nave I met with a more pleasant and
aSeabIe people than those I met there and
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I shall ever remember them with kind, ant
pleisant fcclingj. The citizens have erected
a pleasant school houe in the upper end of
the valley and the npxt term of the schoo
will commence in a few days with Miss An
nie Kethroe as tearher. Miss K. was absent
from the valley and I (lid not meet her, but
learn that sue is an amiable young lady and a
godd teacher. There are 27 children in the
valley of whom from lo to 18 will attend the
school the coining term.
On the 2nd I took my seat on the- buck-
board for this nlace bidding my excellent
ho.'it Mr. S Hreon farewell for a time and
promising him anotlinr visit on my return
from Mohave County. If there is any bach
elor in Arizona who knows how to keep house
equal to a good housewife, that one is Ste
From Williamson Valley to this place is
17 miles nearly west. The road most of the
way is over beautiful rolling mesa lauds un
til we reach Walnut Creek near the fine farm
ofMr. Ilogcrs, four miles to the east of Camp
Ilualpai. Walnut Creek and Apacho Creek
its pnn'.-inlal brancli is in tact tuc lieaa wa
ters of tne Verde river, though the water
for most of the year sinks before entering
Chino Valley. The Valley of Walnut Creek-
is someJO miles long and from 50 to 500
yards wide, having a rich and productive
soil. Tho inhabitants are ready to claim
that it is one of the very best in the Terri
tory, with which assertion I have no reason
to dispute. I find quite a number of pleas
ant and agreeable families here and children
enough for a good school which it is to bo
hod will bu established now quite soon
Corn, hay, Irish potatoes and other vegeta
ble are raised here and all do well. The po
tatoes cannot be excelled in the most favored
localities. The climate is unsurpassed for
health and the valley being hemmed in bu
llish hills and mountains is not as cold as
ftjlliamson Valley orPrescott. The grazing
for many miles around is excellent and cattle
horses and other stock are all in excellent
lirnmigrants, from California, Oregon,
Washington Territory and Nevada arc pass-
ing almost daily and all are pleased with the
couatrv and tell of manv more who arc com-
ing. The best of it is, most of those who
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I h'v rnmn nni form! too titIi sintvw in Iwttlri
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' and to stay.
Thero is but little indication of any kind
f "ineral ncarhcre, but in the country
south and west I am informed are some good
prospects. Game is abundant, and deer and
wild turkeys are killed almost daily. Old
ruin!! are abundant and I have visited four
series all on the summit of high hills which
have been a source of much interest. These
fur teem to have been erected for'defense, a
pl&co of reluge and perhaps as "Temples for
I hope to be off on the morrow for Mohave
County from whence my next will no doubt
be wittcn. II. C. IIopce.
Errron Miner : In last week's issue of
the MiXKit, you made brief mention of the
death of James E. McCaffrey : and feelins
that the deceased is entitled to a more gen-
croU5' a,ld extended notice, I ask that you
will insert the following in the columns of
The deceased was born in the State of
Maryland about tho yearlSoo and after re
ceiving a fair education at his home, emigra
ted to California, during tho early gold ex-
citcn,cnt in tIlilt State, and engaged in min-
"' u,cu ue ,01""1 U1C "aie reue-
nun uiuku uui, wuen nc joiih'u me uaniurnia
Volunteers, in the U. S. service, and accom
panied one of the regiments of that State as
a non-commissioned ollicer, to this Territory
and New Mexico, and returned here from
the latter Territory, the latter part of 18G3,
with his company and rcgimcntand was sub-1
siquently honorably discharged from the
sen ice, and from that time resided here until
ISfts when he removed to Tucson where he
made it his home, until his death. During
his residence here he engaged in mining and
taught the first school a portion of tho time
and also read law in tho office of Capt. Har
Territory, which oflice he held until 1872.
Uo vras also appointed U.S. District Attor-
ney for this Territory antl held the oflice un
til the Spring of 1875. Ho also held the po
sition of Chief Clerk of the House of Rep
resentatives of our Territorial Legislature for
one session, and also held a number of other
minor positions. All of which he filled with
cre,lit to bimsdf and profit to the public,
The deceased was possessed of great en
ergy and persevcrance and at one time had
a rory large and profitable practico in his
profession. He was also possessed of a noble
and generous disposition and few public or
private men in this Territory had more
friends than he did, or that was more dc-
Pcace to his ashes. J. n.
Cms. H. Wells, general superintendent
of the Arizona and New Mexico Express Co.,
wa;i in San Bernardino on Monday last, and
it is presumed was starting his stages for Ar
izona, as le telegraphed hereon that day to
ascertain the condition of the stations on
tin i end of the road.
tfiiK Bulletin learns that Charles H. Wells
ha!, bought one hundred and twenty-five
boises from Don Juan Foster of Los Angeles
, - i r .
-forttho Arizona and New Mexicostage line.
Special to ths Miaer by United States and W. TJ. Lines.
Campo, Jan. 11. Lieut. Storey with ten
men arrived to-day and will leave four here
as a guard, and return to San Diego.
Washington, Jan. 10. In the Senate Ham
ilton introduced a bill to secure the speedy
building of the Texas Pacific 11. R. and to
authorize the Southern Pacific to aid in its
coastruction, and also to construct a branch
to San Diego. The bill was referred,
ooa oi xew lorK intro'iuceu u bill in
the house to provide for a resumption of
specie payment, without contraction. It is
proposed to ultilize $700,000,000i four per
cent bonds not yet negotiated and in tho
Treasury by issuing stnill Treasury notes
It provides for coin expenditures until re
sumption shall have been accomplished.
Atkins of Tcnn., will introduce a bill to
aid the Texas Pacific and all southern mem
bers will insist on its passage.
San 'Francisco, Jan. 10. All tho old offi
cers of the stock board have been re-elected
except the President. J. W. Colman takes
the place of Col. Deane.
108,755 passengers arrived in San Fran
cisco in 1S75 and 43,174 departed. A net
gain of C5,541.
1 he bullion product ol eight leaning mines
of Nevada for the j-oar was $29,000,000.
The Overland monthly has suspended for
want of patronage.
Con. Va., 445 ; Cal., 80 ; Point 28; B. & B
Gr,; G. &C.21;Opbir 58.
Gold in New York 113. Greenbacks in
San Francisco 88 and 89.
The report of the investigation of tho Pa
cific disaster lays the blame on the Captain
of the Orpheus for steering wrong.
dtocuton, .Jan. tutu. All low lands over
San Francisco, Jan. 11. Crown Point lev
ies an assessment of one dollar a share.
Con. Va., 400; Cal., 82; Ophir GO; B. & B.
68; Savage 23; Point 2G.
Gold in New York 113. Greenbacks in
San Francisco S8 and 89.
Washington, Jan. 12. The House judi-
ceary committee is discussing the constitu
tional amendment to limit the Presidential
term. A majority are in favor of one term,
of six years, the President to be ineligible to
The Penn. Republicans are said to be fa
vorable to Conkling's nomination for the
Among the Democracy the friends of
Thurman are organizing.
The attitude of the Union and Central Pa
cific Railroads towards the Government is
causing alarm among members of Congress,
and it is feared the entire amount advanced
to build those roads will be lost. And the
wing aggressions of these monopolies in
controlling the overland and steamshio
transportation to the Pacific calls lor somo
During the past ten days tho Texas Pa
cific bill has gained many friends and addi
tions to its ranks from those who have hither
to remained non-committal, or have been
counted among its opponents.
The scheme of the Central Pacific, by ex
tending its Southern Cal. branch along the
32nd Parallel has no supporters in cither
muse and will fall dead in the committee.
Huntington's lobby has had no hope of pas
sing this measure but thought to divide the
friends of the Southern line, but the pros
pect of doing so is very shadowy.
San Francisco, Jan. 12. The Assembly
committee on commerce and navigation find
Goodall, Nelson & Perkins' steamers all in
V petition to the Mechanics Institute to
hold a CeiHennial exhibition in their pavilion
this summer is being signed.
OphirCl;G. & G. 211; Cal., 84: Con.
Va., 4G0; Belcher :J5 ; li. & B. G8; Crown
Gold in New York 113: Greenbacks in S.
F., 88 and 89.
Washington, Jan. 12. The Senate has
passed a resolution declaring that tho office
of Presidenhtrotem. of the Senate is held at
the pleasure of the Senate. Thomas W.
M.'rry, Senator from Michigan was elected
'residentprotem. at this session, iust before
the holiday recess.
Supreme Court Calendar, From the Cit
izen of Jan. 1st :
Murphy & Dennis, pl-.intifls and respon
dents, vs Charles Whitlow, defendant and
appellant; from Third Judical District,.Mar
Francois Forque, plaintiff and respondent,
vs Leopohlo Carrillo, defendant and appell
ant; from First Judical District, Pima
Anna C. Woffenden, plaintiff and appell
ant, vs Richard Woffenden, defendant and
respondent; from First Judical District,
Thomas Graves plaintiff and appellant, vs
John T. Alsap, defendant and respondent;
from Third Judical District, Maricopa
SiGuilford Hatbawy, plaintiff and respon
dent, vs William C. Collier, defendant and
appellant; from Third Judical district, Yav
Pedro Charanleau, plaintiff and appellant,
vs Richard Wollenden, defendant and respon
dent; from First Judical District, Pima
Richard Woffenden, plaintiff and respon
dent, vs Pedro Charanleau, defendent and ap
pellant; from First Judical District, Pima
Military ORnEiw Jan. 10. Major James
Riddle Gth Cavalry will proceed via. Gulf of
Cal. in charge of prisoners to Fort Altatraz
and return to his station.
The Commanding officer at Fort Whipple
will send all prisoners at bis post to be con
fined at Alcatraz, to Fort Yutna to be turned
over to Major Riddle.
Engineer officer E. J). Thomas will proceed
to Yerdo and make a survey for a new reser
vation for that post.
First Lieut. George S. Anderson Cth Cav
alry A. D. C. will proceed to Camp Lowell
and report to the Judge Advocate of the
court of inquiry now in session.
Captain John Simpson, A. Q. will, proceed
toEhrenberg and inspect the money ac
counts of Lieut Snmmerhayes.
By order of General Kantz.
How to Get Rich. A merchant had just
as well expect to get rich by closing his
doors and keeping his goods concealed from
public view, as to hope to succeed in business
without advertising-, while his contempora
ries are continually exhibiting their stocks
to the public gaze and inviting calls from
purchasers. It is just as natural for the sub
scribers of newspapers to bnyfrora those who
advertise in it as it is lor children to follow
soldiers when on parade. The simple fact of
seeing certain goods published, morning after
morning, has an irresistible attraction that
will fasten itself upon the mind and never
fails to guide each reader to the very store at
which his or her wants can be at once sup
plied. Every merchant of common sense
knows it to be so; and yet many of them fail;
to rtsort to tho very method to make sales
which is used to induce them to make pur
chases. The Democratic National committee will
probably meet by the 1st of February and
the general impression is that St. Louis will
be designated as the place, and early June
tho time for holding the convention.
The editors of Indiana having notified the
Centennial Commissioners that they will at
tend the exhibition next year, preparations
are being made to properly receive and ex
hibit them. They will be stacked up in one
corner of the mechanical building. Visitors
will not be permitted to break off speci
mens. Padre Palacoi?, the priest who was the
cause of the outrages, murders and iiicenda
ries at San Miguel, in Salvador, has been con
detuned to death by military tribunal.
To Pkeserve Ice
-Boil thoroughly be
At Point of Kockg. on Granite Creek, Dec 28, ie75, to
Die wife of A. Clougli, a ton.
At th reUleuce of the bride's iBrenU. one mile brlow
Fort Whipple, January 'J. ls.C, by Rev. J franklin
JInKeati, ol the M. K. Church Sou'h, Mr. John .MoCroskey
to Miss Annie r.liza hteadman.
AUCTION! AUCTION !
J. L. FISHER, Auctioneer.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1876
AT 11 O'CLK A. M.,
In Trout of Comity Building
Fine New Ambulance,
Double Set Harness,
Two California Horses,
Property of MA J. A. W. EVANS, inelmliny
Splendid China Sets,
ARM & F0LDINO CHAIRS,
AHPETS, TOILET SETS, Etc.
i LARGE SELECTION OF BOOKS,
And an excellent lot of ,
Crockery and Kitclicmvarc.
IL N. AL.EXAXDER,
ATTORNEY" AT LAW,
Yuma, Arizona Territory.
Will practice tn all tlao Court ol the Territory.
MRS. EJDIA SMITH,
Gurley St, North Side of Plaza, Prescott
JAS. T. Jt'KnAV.
I. WALK Ell
Wood of Ml lcnjrth ami qualilte tt our YARD on
GOODWIN STUEET. near Campbell fc Mee'i shop.
All order left with L. llashfonl Jc Co., or with Peppers
City Express, will bo promptly atirndwl to.
McKKAY Si WALKER.
Prcscott, January 7, 1876.
To Wiltinm Miller, Col. P. T. Gilbert, Charles Carlton,
or any other person or persons deriving their title by
deed from the ori-rinal locators in the Paymaster ledge,
lodoor vein, situated in WalLipai DUtrict, MobaYe
county, A. T. :
You are hereby notified that If ynu do not, within nine
ty days from the service of this noiice, pay to the under
sized, at Cerbat. Mohave county, A. T.. your propor
tional port of the expenses incurred ou said mine cr loca
tion, as rwjiiired by the Congressional law, approved
May 10, 1872. the rraderstjned will claim a forfeiture of
your interest in said mine. JOHN CODY,
. J. r.LAYNE.
Cerbat, Jm'y-1.1 S76. JanHdOO
a O T I C E.
To A. 1). Johnson, or any person deriving their title by
deed from the orijtf nal locators it. the Oro Plata ledre
lode or vein, in Wallapal Distric, A. T., '
You are hereby notified that It yu do tot, within nine
tv dars from the service of this notice, pay to the under
sized, at Cerbat, Mohave county, A. T., your propor
tional part of the expenses incurred on said mine or loca
tion, as required by the onfre-!onal law, approved
May 10, 1872, the undersized wll- claim a forfeiture of
your interests in said mine. JOHN CODY
r. v.. t , . J- p.layxeI
Cerbat, Jan. 1st, 1S76. janUdDO
To Wiliara B. nellinjji, T. MeWilliam. and J. Fucitt,
or any other prnn deriving their title by deed from
the oiiginal locators in that certa n ledpe lode or vein
known as the Phcenix loeation. situated in Vulture Min
ing District, Yavapai county, Aiizona.
Yon are hreby notified that if y )u do not, within nine
ty days from tie service of thU notice, par to tha under
signed, at the office of J. P. Hargrove, Esq., in Prescott
your proportion of the expenes incsrred on said mine or
loation as required by the Congrtxional law. approved
May 10th, 1872. the undersigned will claim a forfeiture ef
your Interest In said ntine.. E. S. JUNIOR.
Prewu, A. Tt, Jan. H, 1S76. dOT
Le-Ti BasWord, i
Bobt. H. Barnflfar, S
Wm. . Smith.
L. BASHFORD & C0.(
Wholesale ant Retail Dealers in -
We Invite an Inspection of our Carefully Selected
Dry Goods, 1 ;
Dress Goods, . .
Ladies' Underwear, ' " ?
Ladies' Hose, including
Striped and Colored.
Children's Hose, in. great variety;
Corsets, Corset Trimmings,
Collars, Cufis, Ruchings,'
Fancy Toilet Articles,
Ribbons & Jewelry.
GROCERIES a PROVISIONS.
Teas, Sugars, Coffees,
Canned Pruits & Vegetables,
Whole and Ground Spices,
Alden Dried Fruits,
California Dried Pears,
Peaches, Apples, Grapes,
Pitted Plums, Currants,
Washing and Toilet Soaps,
Canned Honey, strained and in comb,
Candles, Crackers. Nuts,
Eaisins, Bacon, Lard,
Butter, Cheese, and Egg3,
Potatoes, Corn, Hour, Etc., Etc.
IX GREAT VARIETY.
For Mechanics, Miners,
Mill Men and Artisans,
Plows, Plow Steels, Scythes,
Hakes, Bellows, Anvils. Axes,
Shovels, Hammers, Sledges,
Picks, Chisels, Files, Saws,
Drills, Planes, Screws, Nails,
CARRIAGE & WAGON MATERIAL.
Spokes, Hubs, Felloes,
Kims. Axles, Tongues,
Xeckyokes, Single & Doubletrees
Iioii and isSteel.
Tire Iron ami steel,
All Kinds and Sizes,
Drill Steel, Toe Steel,.
Pick Steel, Shoe Steel,
Band Iron, Hoop Iron,
Hub Iron and Nail Rod,
Carriage and Tire Holts,
Nuts Washers, and Tacks,
Horse Shoes, Mule Shoes,
Ox Shoes, Ox Nails, Horse ,Nails,
Giant, Blasting and Itille Powder,
Shot, Bullets, Stoves, Tinware,
Lamps and Chimneys,
Wooden ware, and Willovnvarc,
Glassware, Crockery, Stone China.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladies' and Gents', Misses' and Childrcns',
youths' and Infants' All kinds
and sizes, and AH prices.
To suit all tastes Cardican Jacket Over
coats, Gents' Undershirts, and
Drawers of every description.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Lincrl Shirts, White,
Cheviot and Fancy
Negliges and Overshirts, '
Balbriggan Socks, British Hose,
Woolen Socks and Stockings,
Handkerchiefs, Gloves Etc.
H at s and. Caps
Men, "Women and Children's.
TOBACCO AjYD CIGARS,
Best Brands Lowest Prices.' '
AYER'S, JAYiVE'S, BRISTOL'S,
KENNEDY'S AND IIAI.IAS
And a fall assortment of the best
Now in Market Warranted Fresh and GcboIdc.
Potty, Varnish, and Brushes,
WALL PAPER t BORDER, WINDOW SHADES,
Saddlery, Pocket & Table Cutlery.
We have perfected arranments to receive goods
on every steamer, and will thus be enabled to
give a complete omit to one and all.
Wo Pay the Highest Price for all the -Products
of the Cowitry.
I Prescott, January 7. Is'fi. 1
AVK ARE NOW IX OCR NEW STORE. AKD
trill krp the best selected stock of
DRY GOODS, CLOTJUKG,
J3 o o.t s an cl Slioesv
HATS, FANCY GOODS,
Tinware, Crockery, Glassware,
IiatTOES, TOBACCO AKD CIGAM,
And trill tell the same tet mlaeed prices.
H. ASHER Si CO,
Preneott, Jancary 7, 1S7S.
CRAM & OTIS,
THE POST OFFICE,.
Cantjies, Nuts, Stationery,
Pocket. Blank and MemorandhMB
Hooks, Tobacco, Cigars anrf
Pipes, Groceries, Hats
Boots & Shoes,
Underclothing, Honey, Orangas, ApplW.
We Seep Brook's Stewing Machine
rA a r? : m -l mr i.
and Oils. ,
lVescott, January 7, 1876.
CIIAS. F. FKEPEMCK. CJIAKLES X. HXKXANV
FREDERICK & HEENAK.k
Montezuma St. next to Raible'a Brewery..
DEALERS IX . "
STOVES , A rt D TIN-WARE,
And Manufacturers of
TIN, IRON AND COPPER -WARE,
Tin and Iron X&oolingv
E7"Lard Qui iTada at tha Lowett Cub Pries'.
rrotnpt atteatura plren tc order by mill. i i-t
FREDERICK A. IIEEXAX. "
rrncott. Sept. 3d, 1875. s
C. F. CATE, Proprietor. ?
HAVING PURCHASED THI3 "POPULAR OLD
Uind fiom Col. H. A. Ieltnr, and refitted It, will con
tinue to keep It la
FIRST CLASS STYLE,
A Restaurant Attached
Conducted hy CHARLEY AH SINO.
Meals at all Hours.
Hoard Per Week, $9, Per Day 2,
Single 3Ieals 75 cent,, 1
MOMEZIM BAR & BILLIARD
MONTEZUMA. STREET, PRESCOTT.
"We bara recently-'renovated and .fixed up oir Salooa
ra fine style, and liaro mine but the choicest
WINES, LIQUORS, and CIGARS.
FOR OUR PATRONS AND THE PUBLIC
We bare two of J. Ktrnhle & Co'g finest Tables, with
Delanay's Patent wim cusiibms. which are far superior to
nnv others nowr In use. RIIHardlsU will pleas call and
mlre for thesnselres.
We hare a Club Room, for rentlemen, attached lo tb
J.W.DAVIS, - - - A. NEWTON.
THE LATEST STYLE OF DRINKS !
Punches Made for Parties1 at
the Shortest Notice.
CALL AND SEE THEM AND
Pine Club Rooms Attached."
1 : s ? t
Tie store formerly occupied by L. Uashford &C.ba
been fitted up u n
FIRST - CLASS SALOON,
Where the best of - ' ' t
CM BE HAD FOR. CASH.
Club Room and Room for Trades
. .' .
A No. 1 Billiard Table ordered from San
A. H. TEEPLES, Proprietor.
Prescott, December 10. Ig75. 1
J. C- DALY,
HARNESS AND SADDLE
Repairing of all Kinds Done at the Short
SHOP OH GRANITE BTHathitray'i eld Step.
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The Sweetest Eind of
And the Nicest and Fret&ett
A Large Invoice Just Received at Kelly
To Wool S rowers.
I bTe at my rand? off lower' GraolWewelc, TTari
county, Arizooa, " " ' ' v - '
. 0 Ten Good Spanish Merino Seeks; ,
Trhlcb r-wlirelUbrcasb or exebacee lit other sheep
b"f or rea-. -r "J. IT. MAKION.