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Services every Sunday, at 30:30, at the Methodist Epis
copal Church, on Marina street, Prescott. Sunday school
immediately after service. Kev. D. B. Wcicht, Pastor
8rECli.L Notices in the reading columns tcill
be charged at the. rate of tiiii:tt cnNTS prr line
for first insertion, and ticcnty cents a line) for each
subsequent insertion. '
For the very best of watch and clock work po
to BEitTELiNG, CookV Building, Prescott. Jan7y
Capt. J. P. Hnrprave has been quite indisposed
during the week, but nothing serious we hope.
Hawthorne has heard of bis horse and mule by
advertising them in the Mixkk.
The Passenger Express ol Will D. Southworth
still makes its regular trips between here and the
D. C. Thorne is building an addition, 21x40
feet, on the hack end of his saloon.
Davis fc Newton have taken out the partition
and thrown the "NuRgct" all into one room.
The saddle-bags advertised last week belonged
to a traveling jewler named Arnold, who gave
up finding them and started for Phoenix on foot.
They contain his entire kit of tools.
The choicest line of tobacco in the city, at L.
Buhford & Co.'g.
L. B. Jewell received word at the Peck mine
of his wife's dangerous illness, in San Bernardi
no, at two o'clock on Wednesday morning, and
was brre, and went on the buckboard for Califor
nia, at six o'clock'Thursday morning.
We looked through the labratory, assay office
and melting room of Chas. Pletz, yesterday. He
has not got everything in place yet, but is fully
prepared to do all kinds of assayinL'. His scales
and other appliances are all of the finest quality.
Judge John Howard is still afflicted with a se
vece attack of piles. He has been confined to his
room for nearly a month. The disease seems to
be abating and ho and his friends now hope for
S. C. Miller bousbt-one of Capt. Hardy's An
goras and Judge H. Brooks another. The Judge
iwlll act as agent for the sale of these animals, and
any person wishing to examine them can find
four at the Judge's ranch, south of town.
Choice dried grapes, apples, pears and peaches
and canned and strained honey, at L. Bashford &
Calesiuk. We have gotten up a beautiful
calendar 'for this Centennial year (1S70), for gra.
tultoos distribution among our patrons in
1 this and adjoining counties. If any have failed
M to receive It they will please call or send to this
ofliccjorto any ot the neighboring postoillces,
uuil ask for It
Cube and brown sugar, in lots to suit, at L.
Hash ford fc Co.'s
Time is money to a business man, therefore it
would be a waste of timo and money to send
your fine watches to San Francisco when How
ard, the watchmaker here, can do as tints work as
the best of them there. Try him and see.
Anders & Rowe have received part of their
dry-'goudK '.clotfilng, nBtlotTi;' etc., bul'thclr gro-
Jcerics and heavy goods arc still behind. They
have opened their store however.
H. Asher fc Co. were opening new goods yes
Just received, at L. Bashford & Co.'s, fifty pairs
Four-pont Mission blankets.
We learn from JelT Davis, who returned from
the Peck mine on Wednesday, that Col. H. A.
Bigclow tins, taken a contract to run a seven-foot
tunnel hi on the ledge, a distance of two hun
dred feet or to the center of the hill in which the
mine is situated. Cocopaw Joe has a similar
contract for another tunnel.
That new barn on the west side of the Creek,
sticar Judge Hash's, is being built for Charley
Beach, on his lots where he intends to erect a Huts
residcneeln the Spring.
Fred Brecht has added to hi domestic accora-
modations, by building an eating and sleeping
'addition to his blacksmith and wagon shop. He
alias also bullt-a new house on the west side of
Clothing a full line now at L. Bashford & Co's.
Bcv. J. Franklin McKean, of the M. E. Church
South, has been cnt to this circuit by the Bish
ops of his Church, and will preach for the prcs
cut occasionally In the different neighborhoods
until houses of worship can be provided.
Rev. Mr. Groves, -of Salt River, has been in
town during tho week with a wagon load of
?ggs. He also brought to tho Aijua Fria and
elsewhere along the road some sweet potatoes
or seed, and tho farmers of tho Valleys, inclu-
dlng Hon. I,. A. Stevcus of'Wlllow Creek, intend
jto try their hands at raising this very desirable
R-cgctable another year.
A full and comnlpln t.nk of hardware and
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carpenters' tools, nails, glass, bubs and all kinds
of Iron and wagoa material, at L. "Bashford &
GotNO to O.vaux. Mai. A. W. Evans. Assis
Itant Inspector-General of this Military Depart
ment, has been ordered to Omaha, headquarters
rr the Department of the Platte Tho Major has
iccn contlued to- his Quarters here for mnnv
;inonths, with a broken leg, and is now only able
loKct about on crutches with difficulty. Ho
tame up to this office in Col. Wilkins' buggy yes
fccrday, for the first time since the accident which
irippicd him last fcpriug. The Major intends to
lispose of his fine new ambulance, horses and
ome other personal effects, through Fisher. anc
lonccr, on. tho 22d lust., as will bo seen by refer-
ncc to our "new ads."
Plain and mixed pickles and canned fruits of
11 kiuds, at L. Bashford & Co.'s.
Fine Pair or Gloves. Dad Morei&nd snowed
9 a beautiful nair of hnHcsL-in pnnnf Into tlwt
m ei uu
ther day. and as thev hare a domestic hlsturr
Jrlll give k.
Henry Herbert killed thedecr. Dud dressed the
kin by rabbins it over the nominal of l.lss.i.Mio
s he fravcied the mountains on horseback, and
Jane Oswald of Walnut Grove cut and made
gloves without any pattern other than Dud's
indt which she measured and fitted perfectly.
The beauty of the work, however, is in the ex
Nte needle work done In colored floss on the
ks ana wrist pieces.
iVe have seldom seen neater or better fitting
res anywhere and when the fact Is considered
Uey are not thO Work Of .I nrnfrvuslrmil lnr
Vcr, but of a novice In the business wt think
oiowua justifiable in regarding them as a
onoy -wouldn't buy 'cm. ' "
Angora Goats. Capt-. W. IL Hardy was In
town on Tuesday and Wednesday with five fine
Argcra bucks. 0. Allen, of C. T. Rodgers & Co,
bought one for which he paid $50. The others
be.ng older and finer, he asked ?100 each for.
Tley sell according to grade, full-bloods being
In some Instances as high as $2,500 gold in Call
lorola. Capt. Hardv has several hundred of
th ;se goats at his ranch In Mohave county, and
informs us that three establishments have al
ready been started In the East for working the
fleeces into fine fubrick. There Is probably no
country on the earth eo well suited for the rais
in; of Angoras as the mouutains of Arizona and
wu see no reason why it shall not at no distant
df-y become one of our leading industries. In
addition to their wool or hair products they are
excellent mutton, aud when crossed upon the
common goat the ewes can be saved for breed
inir purposes and the weathers fattened for mut
ton. The principal advantage, and the oue that
makes this class of mutton so desirable is, that
the Augora, like the common goat, is free from
diseases to which sheep arc liable, and on that
account the mutton Is eaten with far more confi
drnce that if the consumers were in constant
A New Stoke. As an evidence of the pros
pcrltyof our village, new buildings and new
houses are jroing up on every hand with aston
ishing rapidity. The latest enterprise In a
business line is a fruit and cigar store, just open
ed by Messrs. Jas. E. Bones and Win. H. Foster,
Their ttock comprises everything in the Hue of
choice clears, tobacco, pipes, candies, nuts,
hency, green and dried fruits, eta, etc. They
have a four-horse passenger coach with which
Mr. B. makes resular trips to and from San Ber
nardino, enabling this firm to supply the market
with oranges, lemons, limes, apples and pears.
Tlicyare both yonn men of enterprise aud hope
by fair dealing and attention to business to re
ceive a fair share of patronage. Their place of
business is on Montezuma street, one door
so ith of Monitor's saloon.
Goons AnttiVED dukino the Week. C. P,
Iliad & Co. received on Monday, by C. Craw's
tenns, 32,000 pounds, by L, Nash's teams, 4,500
pounds, and by Ball's teams, 10,000 pounds, con
sisting of dry goods, clothinir, provisions, gro
ccrics, plows mirrors and chromos. These
goods area part of a large lot from the end of the
S. P. R. II., and some of them should havu'becn
he 'c two months ago.
L. Bashford & Co. received by George Young's
teams, 10,074 pounds, by Ingrahani's teams, 5,105
pounds, by Greenup's teams, 18,200 pounds, by
water to Ehrcnberg, consisting principally of
groceries, hardware iron and waijon material.
fohn G. Campbell received by Nash's teams,
10,015 pounds, bj Ingrahani's teams 7,000 lbs.,
consisting mostly of groceries. He also got
13,000 pounds of flour, on Tuesday, by H. A
Wilson's teams, from Salt River.
W. M. Bufium was the recipient, ou Tuesday,
of 6,900 pounds of dried and canned fruits and
wall-paper by Youug and Miller's teams, and
1.0D0 pounds of butter andjioliday goods by Jim
Bones fc-Foster got quite a large iuvoicc of
fruits and fancy goods for their new store since
our hist issue.
Names or the Ckeeks. Uncle Billy Pointer
toM us the other day how several creeks uear
here took their names. When the Walker party
came to Lynx Creek It had no name until Sam
Miller shot a lynx and failed to kill it, but after
wards kicked it to death. They then went over
the ridge onto another creek wheru Sam killed
seven turkeys, and they concluded to call it
Turkey Creek. Thenextstrcam they prospected
was full of big water-bugs, the kind that carries
lis i!g on its back, and which Harry Edwards
saj-ii belongs to the geuus Jicloslom.t. Of these
Jake Miller found several In every pan he wash
ed, and they concluded to call that creek" Big
Jim Bones left on Wednesday morning for
San Bernardino with four passengers, viz : The
aunt of Mrs. Allen, whose name we have forgot
ten ; H. C. Hart, a young gentleman from St
Louis who has been here for some months for
the benefit of his health, but finding the winter
too severe has been advised bv Dr. Mairrudcr to
seek a lower and warmer climate he goes to San
Bernardino. Geo. Lindsay, tho gardner, makes a
trip to trieuds in Illinois, aud will visit Philadcl-
phia duriug Ihe.Centeunial Exhibition. Jimmy
Raquettc, who has been employed in the store of
J. i J. Campbell, poes to San Francisco.
Ijirnovisc--Mrs. A. S. Clough has been in a
critical condition aud not expected to iivc since
the birth of her child, which occurred Dec. 23th,
until Tuesday of this week when her symptoms
became more favorable, aud at last accounts
there was good hopes and fair prospect of her
recovery. Drs. Lippincottand McCaudless have
been In daily attendance and done everything
that medical skill could suggest, and her hus
band, and mother, Mrs. Alexander, have been uu
remitting in their attentions.
Two largo families from Washlnion Tcrri
tory, one having clsht and the other six children,
arrived here recently with a view to making Ya
vapai countj' their permanent home. Calvin
Keyos and a Mr. Wood are the heads of these
families, and wc learn that thcyaru Intelligent
and enterprising mrn, and have very interesting
families. They will form quite an addition and
ornament to society here. Mrs. Koycs is a sister
to Mrs. George BanKhart, of Chino Valley, and
F.d Peck, Esq., of the Peck mine
Mus. Jewell Veuv III. Telegrams were re
ceived here on Tuesday from her fathet at San
Bernardino anouncing tho dangerous illness of
Mr Jewell at that place, and summoning her
husband, L. B. Jewell, to cotno immediately to
see her. C. C. Bean received the dispatches and
sent, a messenger at once to Mr. Jewell at the
Peck taiuc, where he has been stopping since his
wifti went to California.
Native Silver. Jeff Davis, who visited the
Pcc'c mlao on Wednesday, brings word that
they have struck a deposit of native silver In one
of the shafts. Thlsii. tho .first indication of free
mcUl that his' 6h6wh itself in that fabulously
.Rill's teams, from the end of the railroad, came
in yesterday, having been on the way since Octo
ber. They were loaded too heavily, and the
mules have all been sick with the cpizooty.
Pi:etz Bullion Retort. Charles Pletz. the
assaycr, melted and assayed during the month of
uccimber gold bnlllon.amountinr to 811.fi34.S5.
Thcovcragcof uincty-thrce ore assays made du
ring tue month was 5183.67 per ton.
Dan Hatz residence is nearinz' completion.
The painters are nt urnrb rlnnmnc ft pnlnr
-- ' r'"n
whkb is gencr&llj about the last thine to be
dont before -a "house-warming."
At a depth of seventy feet on the Peck mine
they have a fourteen-inch streak in tho shaft of
as riiih ore as "any that has been'' taken out, and
theni Is not the least indication ot its ever becom
ing smaller a6 they go down.
Editor JIhtek : Permit me to correct the
statement published in your last Issue concernin
the man who beat his family.. The facts are
these: On the morning of the 6th Init. I was
riding from Curtis' mill with Joseph Shnler.
On Hearing the houc in question, a girl ran out
screaming "murder." Shuler says, "I guess
ole' Wilson is 'lickin' his family." By this time
the girl had reached the side of the wagon, but
sobbins so violently that her speech wa unin
telligible. I jumped off and ran into the house
and inquired what was the matter. A man there
with a black-snake whip in his hand said that he
had been "correctini: his family." I took the
whip and in my anirer said to him, "A man who
would strike a child with such a whip as that
oueht to have his head cut off with a cross-cut
saw," and he skulked Into the corner and sat
down. Two children ran from the sido of an
emaciated woman and clung to the skirts of my
coat. As I turned toward the door the trirl fol
lowed by Shnler, came in. She threw herself
against rac, begging me not to go, saying, that
they were afraid to be left alone. I told the
teamster, when he got to town to send an officer
immediately, I would remain until he came. At
this the man said, "You needn't send for an offi
cer, I'll go with you." I waited till he put on
his overcoat and accompanied him to town, and
delivered him, together with fthe whip, Into the
hands of Justice Carttcr.
William C. Foster.
New advertisements this week embrace H. N.
Alexander's card. He is practicing law at Yuma,
and all the Courts of the Territory. John Cody
and J. P. Layne, of Mohave county, have two
notices to delieqnents on mining claims. E. S.
Junior also gives similar notice. J. L. Fisher
will sell Major Evans' furniture, ambulance, etc.,
on the 23d inst. Mrs. Emma Smith has a cbauge
In her millinery card, and L. Bashford & Co.
have half a dozen local notices.
Sidney Mce, of Campbell & Mcc, left by the
stage via Ehrcnberg, on Wednesday morning,
for San Bernardino, where he was advised by tele
graph his father was lying at the point of death.
Buckwheat Flodr, fresh ground at Agua
Fria mill, for sale by the pound or bag, at Buf
fum's. Placer Mining near Eiireniierg. Fol
lowing is from a San Francisco exchange :
Gentlemen recently irom Arizona report
to the San Bernardino Guardian, that the
recent placer discoveries near Ebrenberg are
turning out magnificently. The diggings are
on the Arizona side of the river about ten
miles from Ebrenberg. Rich gold dust is
found throughout an area of 40 miles in
length and 15 in width. The dirt pans out
incredibly rich. AIout 500 men aro alread'
on the ground, and in a few weeks it is antic
ipated that there will be several thousand.
The rush front Prescott is dailv increasing in
volume, and the excitement throughout the
Territory is at fever heat. It is claimed that
ten dollars a da is poor panning out, by the
least fortunate digger.
A man came to Tucson early this week,
from these diggings as we are told, to get his
lricnds to go up there. We saw several pie
ces of the gold he brought with him, which
were wortlt from two to about eight dollars.
IIu reported a good many men at work, but
the above seems to lie an cxageration of the
number of miners and vahie of the diggings.
Mr. Philip, of the Arizona and New Mexico
Express company, says he saw four pounds of
the gold nt Ebrenberg. There is no water,
and dry washing is the process used. Cit
THE AIUZONA MIXElt
NEWS, HOOK AND
JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT.
In the Very Best Style of the Art,
Prices Conforming to the Times.
POSTERS AND CIIICULAUS,
CARDS, PROGRAMMES. INVITATIONS,
All Mining and Legal Blanks,
ZT0., ETC., ETO.
The MlN'Ei: is. l f.ir. tho mrxt complete office tn the
Territory, nod pofsl of every facility fnrtheexeca
tion of wort nt trhicu Dune ran rfOJonably complain.
J . L . FISHER,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant.
Office New County Bunding.
Has for sale the folloirin? most dfilraWe buildmr lots.
situated in the town of Prescott:
7 LOTS -Helnp the western portico of BIok 44, facing
ou -Mooteiuma street.
7 LOTS B'0 the eaitcrn portion of Block 43, faring-
on Jdoniexuma sireei.
LOT 10? BIoek A facfc? on Granite street.
S LOTS Block 38, toeing oa lion Wama and oa Cortes
Ifft 5 In Block number iireY )' ' -11
FRACTMMAL 10TIn Block 15, cins on the Plaau
WE HAVE HAD BUSnfESS WITH THE FOL
lowing persons and firms. sn recommend them ms
liberal dealers. The &ct that they aoblbh to the world,
and make no secret of the fact that Oiey are In business,
is eridence enoash Ut shonr that tley intend to do the
fair Uilnj by ererybody.
A SHEU & CO.. Slerchants, Wjolesalo and Retail,
J.X. UGoutnn street.
"pUTEU T. J.. Editor and Proprietor ARIZOXA
JLJ jikeu, Montezuma street.
BUKFUM WM. M.. Merchant Wholesale and Retail,
T AKER BEX., Santa Fc and Prescott Mail Line, Post-
BRECHT FRED O.. Waoa and Blacksmith Shop,
Corner Rurley and firauite strteU.
BOWERS &. RICHARDS, Pest Traders Store, Fort
BASHFORD &. CO., General HerchandUe, Gurley
"OROOKE .t LIXX, Plata Ftd and Sale Stably
XJ uooawin street.
PAMPBKLI, JOHN O., Merchait, Wholesale and
J Ketatl, .Monteznmn street
CURTIS O. W.. Sawmill. Plainer and Shingle Ma
chine, Si miles south of Prescott
CLOFGH A. S.. Point of Rocks time Kilns. B. H.
rlRAM Si OTIS. Variety Store, Oonfectionary, Gro-
pARTTER HARLEV H., Probata Judtre. Justice of
J tho l'eace and Conveyancer, Co aty building-.
1AMPBELL j; G., Campbell's Tfc Shop,' Montezuma
rXTY. C. P.- Nifty Saloon, Montpxcuu street, west side
j ox me rwza.
(AMPBELIi Sc. MEE. Carpenters and builder, south-
east corner ot tnc rlaza.
QORDIER LEO.N, Hairdresser, neit to the postofflee.
fAY WARRF.X E M. D., Corner of Wilis and
XJ Jtanna streets.
T-VAVIS Sz. NEWTOX, "Nugget" Saloon, Montezuma
JfALY J. C, Harness and Saddle Maker, Granite st
T7USHER J. L., Ral Estate A(?ent, Auctioneer and
' Pnmmte.lAn r.MUnH 1 t T 1 I :
TTIREDERICK A: HE EN AN, Tinsmiths, Muntciuaa
TTARGRAVE J. P., Attotney and Counselor at Law,
i i uonez street.
HOWARD JNO., Attorney at Latr, South Monte
TTIATZ DAN., Restaurant and Bakery, Montezumn
i ' s.reei.
TTUTCHINSOX JU THORNE. Cabinet Saloon, Mon-
l 1 tezuma street.
HEAD &. CO.. General Merchandise. Corner Monte
zuma nnd Gurley streets.
HATJIAWAY G.. .Meat nnd Vegetable Market.
HEMPHILL W. L., Blacksmiths aid Wagon Maker,
TTATHAWAY Si WALKER, Livery and Feed Sta
bles, Granite street.
TTAYDEN C. T. Si CO, General Merchandise, N. W.
CMrncr 01 the i'laza.
HOWARD W. J., Jeweler, with L. B. Jewell; Good
JENNINGS WILLIAM, City Marsha! aud Night
JEWELL L. B., Watchmaker and Jeweler, Goodwin
KENDALL GEO. I)., Physician and Druggist,
Gurley street. ho '
KELLY &. STEPHENS, News Agents and Variety
Store, Gurley street.
LODGE, Aztlan No. 177, F. Si A; M., Corner Monte
zuma nnd Gurley streets.
J ODOE, Arizona No. 1., L O. O. F., Corner Monte-
lj zuma nnu uuney streets.
LUKE it CO , Montezuma Bar nnd Billiard Saloon,
T'CANDLESS J. X., Physicain nnd Surgeon, Gurley
jXTOELLER A. L., Diana Saloon, Corner"Montezuma
-LTJt nnu tiuriey streets
"VTOYES A. O., Saw-mill, one .half mile sonth of
OTTO T., Real IXato Broker nnd Money Lender,
OTIS J. C, Coroner, Public Administrator nnd Jns
tice of the Peace, Montezuma street.
I)USH Si WELLS, Attornsys at Law. Ofllce on
j Cortez street.
I)ODENmJHG Si FOSTER, Arizona Rrewery, Our
L' ley street.
EAIBLE JOHN, raclflo Brewery, Montezuma
"POWERS Si CO., Prescott Meat Market, Gurley
JOSEXTHAL J., Assayer, West side of the Plaza.
SOUTHWOTH, WILL D.. Attorney at Law. Office
QTARKE F. J.. A-ent California nnd Arizona Stage
O Company, Prescott.
gTAHL E., Cabinet Shop, Montezuma street
g.AHTH. MRS. EMMA, Milliner, Gurley street.
SOUTHWOTR Si HART, Real Estate Brokers. Office
-y 1CTOU G , Bakery and Restaurant, Montezuma St
WHITEHEAD THOMAS, Antelope Restaurant,
VCTEAVER BENJAMIN H Merchant, Montezuma
T T street
ILLIAMS FRED., Sazerao Saloon, Gurley
PERAI.TA M. 1, .Merchant. Wholesale and Retail,
PIERSON J. H.. Ag-nt and Secretary C. Si A. Stage
I'. U'!.L...I...... "
J EOXARD JOHN W., Attorney at Law. Mineral
LANGLEY W. A.. Geni-nil Aosayer, Cerbat Orders
by mail promptly nttcmlfil to.
M 'DANIEL E. H., Attorney nnd Counselor at Law.
CORY .t TOTTS, MerchanU and Agents for the
HANCOCK WILLIAM A., Attorney at Law. Corner
Washington and Montozumu streets, Phoculx.
HAYDEN CHAS. T., Merchant. Flour MilU and
Blacksmith Shop at Haydeu's Ferrj".
MORGAN JtCO., MerchanU, Phanix and Morgan's
Ferry. " ,
EVANS J. W., Agent Culifonia and Arizona Stage
COLLINOWOOD JOS., Stage Agent and Agent for
the MiVEIt, Florence.
BASHFORD COLES, Attorney and Counselor at
171ISH Si CO.. Merchants, Wholesale and Retail,
; Tucson and Florence.
Vf ANSFELD J. S.. Agent for Arizona JIl.NElt,
GOLDWATER Si BRO, Wholesale and Retail Deal
POLHAMUS I, Jit, Agent Colorado Steam Navigation
MARTIN GEORGE, Drtzggist, Wholesale and Re
SCHNEIDER, GRIERSOX 4: CO., Agent for the Ari
zona M:.C!t Yuma.
WHICH IS BETTER THAN BABBIT METAL,
for journal boxes, etc, for sale at the MKEB office, in
quantities to sujt pnrrhasers.
ROAD STATION RECEIPTS,
PRINTED IN DUE FORM
FOR. SAL.E AT DONER OFFICE.
i-S3ALL THE PATENT FILLS, PEESE 1KD
! Genuine, at DR. KENDALL'S Urar Store.
tm per tlay at boae. Term tree. Adrew.
V lw G. STOBOS Sz Co Portland, Malna. "ly
JOHN G. CAMPBELL,
"Wliolesale and R-etail
KF.ETS CO.VSTAXTtr OX HASD A tlRCK AMOKTMKST OF
Groceries & Provisions,
TOBACCOS AND CIGARS,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING
HATS, BOOTS & SHOES,
LADIES DRESS GOODS
LADIES AND GENTS
MINING & FARMING TOOLS,
S ADDLERY, CUTLERY & HARDWARE
V HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
WALL PAPER, . .
LITHOGRAPHS AND CHROMOS
ETC., ETC, ETC. ,
Ct7A competent tinner, canstanttY employed, will
make nil kinds -f Tin, Copper, and Sueetiron work.
Jobbing in this line promptly attended to.
JOHX O. CAMPBELL.
Prescott. Ariz-nia. September 4. iS7i.
On hand and for Sale,
AYER'S, JAYNE'S, BRISTOL'S
BULL'S AND HAMAS
And a full assortment of the best
Now in Market Warranted fresh anil Genuine.
FANCY TOILET ARTICLES,
And a full supply of
Physicians' Prescriptions carefully and
GEO. D. KENDALL.
Dit. KnxnAM.'. Ofllco In rear of Drusr Store.
W. J. HOWARD,
(With L. B. JEWELL,)
Prescott, - - Arizona.
Fine Watches of every description repaired in the bet
poib!e manner ami warranted for one year My work is
tirst-chun, and I will wnrmnt it eo,ual to any work dune in
San Francisco or Eastern cities.
JEWELRY MADE TO ORDER,
Engraved and Neatly Repaired.
All orders by mail or otherwise punctually atten
MALCOUI U. CAJtrriELL. 8IDNXT JIEE, JE.
CA3HPBELL & MEE,
CARPENTERS & JOINERS.
J2-"SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS 3
INIatle to Oilier on Shortest Iotico.
CARRIAGE AND WAGON WORK,
Ol which we make a sptcialty.
Southeast Comer of the PIui ITorthcast Corner of
Cortex and Goodwin streets.
Trees ! Trees ! Trees I
"Vat not off till to-morrow what should be done to-day."
Now is the time to leave your orders for
Vines & Plants.
We airree to deliver the trees ordered, in rrescott in
good order, and in jrood season tor planting. Leare your
ordeis soon, so that the trees can bo here in season.
I iCall and examine list of prices, at our store
CKAM Si OTIS.
Ladies' & Gents' Hair Dresser,
FIRST - CLASS BARBER SHOP,
Nest to the PostofScc
Also, ho worts hair to order, and has a zood awurtment
of hair switches fr sale.
tyirfdn Conner's Medicine, to cure dandruff aid to
stop hair from falling, be warrants tn hare an immediate
effect, -cr the money will be retnrned.
Location of Mining Claims,
FOR SALE AT TUE MINER OFFICE.
No Prospector or Miner should ro into th
without a sopnly of thts Terr hacdr udmrL tuil.
MAQ50LIA WAXES. FLORIDA WATER
and the best WJacilTu COLOCXT. Tieshand Gen
uine, at 11B. KENDALL'S Pioneer Druff St
C.T. HEAD -JAXE lUlIg
C. P. SB AD & CO.,
Respectfully annonece to the peplfl or Xonfcet Arimn
that they hare now oa bad r
THE LARGEST and BEST STOCK
Ever Offered in this Market
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS
Gents' Enrnishiny Goods,
Military Fiuiiishiii Goods,
DRY GOODS. GROCERIES,
Dried and Canned Fruits and Meat
Boots and Shoes,
TOBACCOS AND CIGARS,
FANCY GOODS, OILS AND PATjfTS
RIFIE AND BIASTING P0WDEX,
FVSE AND CARTRIDGES
Iron and. Steel,
Mining & Farming Implements,
ETC., ETC., ETC,
WUICH WE WILL SELL, FOU CASU ONLY, AT
THE SMALLEST POSSIBLE MARGIN ABOVE
COST A'D CARRIAGE.
Paid in Merchandise or Currency
GOLD AND SILVER BULLION,
... AXD THE
OF THE COUNTRY GENERALLY.
Uaring carsfully stnJIed the character of good d
irabt for this market, nnd having on hand f o largs ud
so Taried an assortment, selected with th greatest pos
ble core, ire are confident that for the ensuing year wa
trill b better enabled to satisfy th mercantile mm of
this community than eTr heretofor.
0. P. HEAD k CO.
1'rescott. Ariioaa, Jaanarjr 3, 1871.
RESTAURANT, BAKERY & SALOON,
First building sooth of the Slixr.tt Office, Prescott.
Wcw House IVcw Everything.
The undersigned most resjectfiilly infonns th public
that his neir place, which stands on the ruins of th
ldlnjf rrcentlj-destroyed bjr Are, Is now open for their
jccommodatien, and that he will b pleased to sell them.
Five Loaves for One Dollar.
-Piss, c-a.e:es, etc.
Bonrd. per week 9.00
Single meals.. 73
THE SALOON DEPARTMENT
Will always he found well stocked with pretty pood
Drinkables and Cigars. I) AN. 1IATZ.
Prescott. Arizona. December S3. 1874.
Gurley Street, North Side of the Plaza
The Proprietor of this Restaarant retpect'
fully announces that he will spare no pains
3ii x. , lue wnnU 01 hi patrons.
TfS. Mrsi! will ia fhnl.1,.,1 . t . ..
ilnr. and the table supplied with game ard the choice
delicacies that can be procured. KYerthln clean and
wvedupin the best style. Board, per week, 810
BAR AND BILLIARD SALOON,
Montezuma Street, Corner Gurley,
Is the Largest and Best Saleoa
AV SOUTHEASTER? ARIZOXA.
A. L. MOELLER, Proprietor.
FRED. WILLIAMS, Proprietor,
(On Door West of Bashlurd's Store.)
Supplies the "Boys" with that which cheers, but dot
not intoxicate. Best quality of Cigars kept on hand.
My Clrb-ltoom U said to be the most comfortable pla
in tw. Come and See. FKKD. WILLIAMS.
Is always ready to supply the public with
EXCELLENT LAGER BEER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WINES, LIQUORS, k CIGARS
We shall try to fill orders with yery possible car.
RODEXBURG St. FOSTER.
. Next door to the Miser Office, Prescott.
gg GOOD LAGER BEEB?g5
Liquor and Cigars, gU
Always oa band and for sale.
JOHN RAIBLE. Prepriator
PLAZA FEED ANS SALE STAILE.
PRESCOTT. - - . AltFnVA,
BROOKE & XJNN,'Prcpri8tor.