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Services every Sandav. at JO-JO. at the Methodist Epis
co oal Cliarcb. on Manns street. Prescott. Sunday school
Immediately after service. Rev. D. 11. WntouT, Pastor
grrciiL Notices in the reading column will
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becnargcaai inerate oj tihktt cnirrs per une
for firtt insertion, and ticentu cent a line for each
1 A - A f
For the very best of watcu and clock work co
to Bertelixq, Cook's Building, Prescott . Jan7y
Wcnave failed to pet our usual amount of
mining Items from Peck, Bradsbaw, etc.
Mr. Allen bas made a sightly Improvement on
his lot, corner of Montezuma and Carlton streets,
by grading and fencing witb a neat paling fence
If joil want your watches or jewelry neatly re
paired or enpraved, take them to Howakd, the
watchmaker, at L. B. Jewell's old stand. Cor
rect city time.
Tm rinv rMtnrnnrl frnm f a vlnn'j L.!iunn rtinxfi
I M J I J 14 s S W vs aswu wt t'HVVJ
last evening and reports the herder, spoken of
IUUSUUU IUU pailMi jiaiMjsi;, out IUIUHI (JC Will
fat Hamilton, one of the best miners In Yava
I - .1 n-...t..1 I.... 11.1.1.. i
pai couuty, bas gone to C-ilifuruia for a two-
month's visit to relatives in Alineda county. He
Iclt ob Tuesday evening by the C. and A. stage.
James McMullen, proprietor of the Tyson
Well station, on the Ebrenberg road, has Oeen
here on a visit ot several days, aud left by C. and
A. itaj-e lor home ou Tuesday evening.
Tbe absence of a hotel In Prcscott is the first
ibing that attracts the attention of strangers on
thcirai rival. Wo have tbe first person to sec
yet who ever saw another place as large as Prcs
cott without a hotel.
To-morrow, Saturday, has been fixed upon by
the surgeons, Drs. LIppencoit and McCundless,
for the umputatiou of Capt. Solomon Shoupe's
leg, which, it will be remembered, sustained a
compound fracture by tbe falling of a horse near
Date Creek, some mouths sit.ee.
The firm of C. P. Head fc Co. having made
some change In proprietorship, and received and
arc receiving a large and fresh Invoice of new
goods, will next week come out with n new ad
vertisement selling the facts forth to the world,
through the columns of tbe Ming it.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Marks, who left on Saturday
afternoon for Sau Francisco, by the A. and N. M.
Express Co.'s stage, were the recipients of a
complimentary serenade, ou Friday evening, at
their residence on Gurley street, by the bth Iuft.
Jnnd. Jake also received prior to his departure
a gold bar inscribed "Jake Marks, from Arizona
friends," engraved by W. II. Howard.
Gideon Brooke, as will be seen by a notice else
where, has succeeded to the sole ownership of
tbe property of Brooke & Llnu, and will here
after conduct the livery business on his own
account. Mr. Brooke has recently returned from
San Francisco aud comes back refreshed and
rested Iron) the coustaut cares of business,
and in as fresh as a new hand at the business.
Countkhfeit Notes. F. W. Ilelintck pub
lisher, Cincinnati, Ohio, bas sent us a pamphlet
containing a complete list of all the counterfeit
greenbacks nnti banknote now in circulation,
with descriptions, etc. To those who handle
larger amounts of money than we do It may be
lutcrfstln to know that by sending twenty.flvc
cents to Mr. Heluiick they can procure the pam
phlet by mail.
Lost, Bewildeued and Exiiaucted. John
Isbell, from Marion's sheep ranch, came to town
tbrongli the snow-storm, on Wednesday, alter
medical assistance for one of the herders whose
name we did not learn. It appears that be fol
lowed the sheep beyond their usual range and
became lost and wandered with the flock for
three days, and when found was within a mile
of home, completely cxhauelcd, bewildered and
partUlly paralyzed. Dr. Day started out imme
diately to go to bis relief.
New Advertisements. No man should 60
far ueglect bis own business interests as not to
read all the new advertisements in the local
paper. The proposals for forage and fuel and
land transportation, by tbu Chief Quartermaster
at these Headquarters, and for beef, mutton,
flour, etc., by the Chief Commissary of New
Mexico, are particularly attractive to farmers,
teamsters and stock men. Those having jew
elry In soak to Moon's game may save it by
readinsbls notice. Maj. Veil tells you when to
look for ulcc Salt River bams, and where to ap
ply for them. Gideon Brooke has a notice or
two, attention to which may save trouble and
money. Carpenters, builders and brick-layers
should read what the school trustees have to
Not Rioiit. A subscription was circulated
day before yesterday, and over 8100 rained to
pay surgical aid in tbe amputation ef the limb of
person in charge of the County physician. We
are not finding fault "with the payment of the
sum over and above tbe salary nf the physician
employed by the county; but with the manner of
procuring It. The people of Yavapai county
have each an equal Interest In its welfare, are
each entitled to the equal protection of its laws,
and should each in proportion to bis or her
financial ability bear equally the burdens Inci
dent to Its orj-atilzation. To take care of the
sick and unfortunate Is obc of those obligations,
and" if arrangements already made with the
County Physician do not cover all contingencies
arlnlni: from this cause, then the County author
ities should provide for tbe deficiency at public
expense, In order that each by taxation mny hear
an equal part, Instead ot entailing upon the sym
pathetic and kind-hearted an onerous burden,
that divided among all the people would be but a
New Restaurant and Lodging House.
Mr. J. G. Dudly and Fred Williams are fitting
up tbe bulldlnc on Gurley street, formerly occu
pied by L. Bashford fc Co. as a Btore, and lately
by A. H. Pceplcs as the Mechanics Eschancc.
and Intend to run it as n first-class restaurant
with rooms in the rear tor private dinner par
ties, etc In connection with the restaurant they
will have some eighteen or twenty beds in the
upper story for the accommodation of lodgers
at moderate prices, and Williams' cottage, cor.
ncr of Gurley and Marina streets, will also beau
adjunct to the establishment with fino rooms
nicely furnished for families and others who ar
rireby luge.and otherwise and require tempo
rary quarter until they can have time to settle
themselves elsewhere. In fact, It Is intended
tbat the cottage shall bear about the moo rela
tion to the parent establishment that Ralston's
villa, at Belmont, does to the Palace Hotel. We
lUTCOftCB SDOkcn Of the n(ftltr of n .! In
Prcscott, and this appears to bo the nearest an-I
proaih to It we haTe yet seen or heard of. It will j
Wnlar erdsr Ja about ten dayt .
Neither precept nor example will check tbe
waywardness of a vicious cow when she is mad ;
neither Is she a respector of persons, hut is as
prone to pursue beauty in fine array, on tbe way
so Sabbath school or churcb, as the rough vis
aged and friendless wayfarer in soiled and rag
ged garb. An instance In point occurred not
long since within our knowledge, where Bibles,
prayer and hymn books and finally a Sabbatb-
ichool book, entitled "Steps Homeward" were
employed as misslls to stay the fury of a mad
dened brute in close pursuit of flying Innocence,
but these sacred appliances bad no more visible
effect npon the totally depraved creature than
though they had been the wicked devices of the
worldly and profane.
Saint Valentine's Dat. Monday next, Feb.
14th, will be the day tcred to St. Valentine,
when, according to an old notion, alluded to by
Slmkspcarc. the birds begin to mate. Hence it
is thought to be a proper season for young peo
ple of opposite sexes to write and send to each
other expressions of love and affection. Of late
yciirs tbe practice of sending comic valentines
ban sprung up and, Instead of love, sometimes
hatred and contempt arc expressed by those too
cowardly to convey their sentiments to an adver
sary in a more direct way. Some of the comics
are verv funnv. however, and where fun and not
mtlice is the object of the sender, are a seurcc of
much enjoyment. Keliy it Stephens have them
Moue Iepiiovements. The Alderman of the
South Ward has signalized his Inauguration into
oflicc by erecting a neat and substantial cottage
on South Montezuma street, opposite the How
Alex. Harris has built a fine barn on the west
side of Grauite Creek, near his brick yard.
Guilford Hathaway has erected a comfortable
couagc at the corner of Carlton and Granite
Some one has constructed a local habitation on
Alarcon street, south of Judge Cartter's new
residence, and quite a number of sijsnll houses
have recently gone up around the suburbs 6ince
our last review.
The Half-way House Is a saloon on the road to
Fort Whipple, which we have hitherto neglected
Commissakt AwAitns. The awards made by
Chief Commissary, J. D. Wilkins last week for
commissary subsistence arc as lollows: The pri
ce. not being furnished us :
Flouu at Fort Whipple, Verde and McDow
ell, to C. n. Veil; Lowell, Thos. Ewing; Grant,
L. Uo;cub;ium ; Bowie, Rogers & Weisel ; Apache,
PoHK McDowell, Verde and Whipple, Foster
Reans Whiimle aud Verde. II. P. Sontnir.
Grant. L. Roseubaum ; Bowie, Rogers & Weisel;
Apache, L. Hunin;.
Counmeal Whipple, Verde aud McDowell
Foster & Veil ; Apache, L. Huniug.
Hominv Whlppl:,,Verdeand McDowell, Fos
ter nnd Veil.
Slim Jim.- -An individual known by this cog
nomen, said to be an adept at assuming tbe roll
of deacon, drunkard or dandy, to suit the occa
sion, has arrived in Prescott. We bear that it
w a his daily habit ou the C. P. R. R. to be rob
bed by emigrants while in a state of seeming in
toxication. There is a! way n class of people
trivelini; on the cars who are williug to rob a
man like this who has drank a little too mucl
but who set up a piteous bowl when the tables
are turned on them aud they become the victims.
Arizona Is not a good field for such operations.
Still tiieue is Hope. It is reported on
what appears to be good authority, though we
ci n not vouch for its truth from personal obser
vation, that the Mayor of Prescott, and President
of the Ladies' Mite Society, attended church Iat
Sunday, circumstances each of themstlves so
rr.re as to attract attention. Those who ascribe
to unusual events an influence over tbe atmos
paerc have assured us, that in view of the facts
above related, It will be impossible for omc time
to conjecture what kind of weather wc shall have.
An unfortunate episode in the domestic life of
Prescott has occurred during the week, or rather
an unfortunate state of afftirs as it effects those
more immediately interested, bas developed il
sijlf; tbe particulars of which doubtless some of
our readers will expect to see in the Minek, but
ai the matter has been pretty thoroughly die
cussed, aud is as fully understood herens if pub
lished in detail, we forbear giving it wider pub
licity by scudiug it abroad in print, and invoke
pity ra'.her than censuru upon the erring victim.
At a meeting of the Board of Examiners, held
at the otliee of the couuty superintendent of
schools on Monday, Samuel D. Cox, aged sixteen,
a native of Illinois and a resident of Prescott,
having answered correctly olghti'-six per cent of
all the questions prescribed by tho Territorial
Hoard, was granted a first-grade certificate.
Leon Cordier has purchased from Judge
Clartter a lot on the cast side of the plaza, aud bas
contracted for the buildiug of a barber shop and
taih-house thereon. IIu will also have a store
for the sale of hair work and hair in conucclion
with the establishment.
Coming. Our new type left Ehreuberg, Feb.
6th, on G. Young's teams, and ought to arrive
here, uo preventing Providence, about the liOtb.
t-o that the issue of Feb. 25th or March 3d, at the
ftrtbest, we expect to bring outin nn entire new
dress from head to foot.
AnouT Lumbek. The sawmill men, G. W.
Curtis and Wiley fc Casey, have established a
schedule of prices for lumber from which they
co not propose to deviate. So that hereafter
everybody dealing with them will be served ex
actly alike as to prices.
One of tho most desirable dairy locations in the
couuty is offered lor sale. The premises are on
the road leading from Prescott to the Hassayam
jji. A number one mill-site, aud other advan
ces. Apply at this office.
To-morrow Is the day for Fisher's great auc
tion sale. If you study your own interests, fail
cot to be there. Two span of the finest Ameri
can buggy horses ever brought to this town will
be sold at tbe above sale.
We are Indebted to Col. Martin and Lieut.
Scott lor an Invitation to be present this evening
at the Gen. Crook Club Rooms, Fort Whipple,
to witness a play and dance. If the never-ending
oires of th printing office will let us off on
publication night we shall be there, otherwise
wts return thanks all the same.
Storm xy California A dispatch from
San Diego, received this morning, says the
heaviest storm of the season has just closed,
wires down and no mail north for several
days. A stage from San Diego north was
s'rept down San Onofoe creek and out to
m. Passengers, driver and two horses
SLred. Two horses, stage, mail and baggage
lest. Streams all up and no travel either
The A. & N. M. Express Co., bas taken Its
stock off the new road between here and Skull
Valley, finding it impracticable, and have pnt a
team at Jake Miller's place In Skull and another
at Philip Hull's In Mint Valley. So that hereaf
ter they will run the old road. The driver Geo.
Gunge informs us that one hundred yards on the
new road will injure a team worse than any ten
miles ou tbe old road.
IN" O . 4.
An Ordinance Relating to Chain
St it Ordainrd by the Mayor and Councilmen of the
Yillagtof J'ret ott, Arizona:
Section 1 That a cbaln gang hll bt esUbliibnl in
the VilUire of Prescott, under the tuperviilun of the Mar
shal or hu deputy.
Sfc. 2. That when any person shall fall to pav or se
cure to be paid any fin that may be ndjudtred 'uc&Irnt
liira or ht-r, under an v of the ordinances or laws ot this
village, together with tbe eoti of prosecution, he or nhe
shall be committed to the village prison or calaboose fur
SEC 3. Scch persons, thus committed, shall be com
pelled to work and perform manual lab-r under the di
rection of the Marshd or bis deputy, upon any of the
streets, alleys or public grounds, or by contract of the
Marshal of the village, fur eljrbt (?) hours in each day,
Sec. 4. For every twenty four (24) hours that any per
son may be thus committed, he or she shall be allowed
the sum of two fi) dollars towards 'he payment of tbe
fine or costs in default of which he or she was thus com
ii.ittea. SEC S. Any person committed for the non-payment of
any fine and cost mar be released at any timo upon
writtsn order of tbe Mayor, upon the payment of said
firrs and costs, after deducting therefmm two (2) dollars
for eiich twenty-four (24) hours he or she has remained in
Sf.c'G. The Marshal shall be the judge of the suffi
ciency of any security olTVrtxl under Section 2 of this Or
dinance, and ull bonds taken by him shall be payable to
the Tillage of I'resrott. The Marshal shall be liable to the
village for such fine and liability of costs If any bosd or se
curity taken by him be found insufllticnt
SEC. 7. That this Ordinanrc shall be published in the
AlliZO.VA MlSEK three 3) times, and shall take effect and
be in force from and after such publication.
Jan2St3 GKO. D. KENDALL, Mayor.
3xr o . s.
An Ordinance Relating to Dogs.
He it Ordained by the Mayor and Councilmen of the
Village of l'reteott, Arizona:
SECTION 1. Hereafter every owner or harhorerof dogs
shall be taxed yearly, as follows : For every male Aug,
the sum five (5) dollars, and for every bitch, the sum of
seven and fifty-hundredth dollars; such tax to be jwid ou
or befote the first day of March, A.D. lfiTG, to tbe Vil'age
Marshal, or hi accredited deputy, nnd yearly thereafter.
SEC 2 The Marshal shall keep a book wherein shall
be noted the name of the owner or lmrlorcr of the animal
taxed, and thd name of the dog or bitch, and shall give
to th person paying surh tax a receipt, to be numbered
In his book, which receipt shall for the purposes of this
Ordinate, be a license to keep such animal fur one year
from the date of the iak;ng fifed of tlii Ordi iance ; and
nil animals so taxed shall wear a Collar witb tbe number of
such receipt upon a tag n'taohed to the collar.
SEC 3. All dogs or bitches found muning at large in
the village of Prescott oa and after the first day of March,
187G. without such collar an 1 tag, shall be imHiunded for
five (5) days, and if in tliat time they have not been re
deemed or sold, and the tax and costs have not been paid
in full, they shall be killed by the Marshal or his assis
tants. SEC 4. This Ordinance shall be published In tho Ar
izona MINEK three (3J times, and shall take effect and be
in force from and after such publication.
jan?8t:i GEO. 1). KENDALL. Mayor.
W. L. HEMPHILL,
BLACKSMITH, & WAGON MAKER,
HAVING TAKEN THE STAND FORMERLY OC
cupiwl by Mitchell fc Gardner, on Granite street, nearly
oppiwite Hathaway fc Walker's livery stable, will con
duct and carry on
WAGON AND CARRTAGE
MAKING AND REPAIRING,
Particular attention paid to Horse-shoeing.
W. L. HEMPHILL.
rreseott, August 27, 1875.
BUY Y O U R
FRESH MEAT AND VEGETABLES
AT THE ....
PIONEER MEAT MARKET,
Motitszuma Streat, Prescott.
Kit plenty of both, nnd vou will soen be as strong a
an ox, as fnt as butter, and as stout, around the waist, as
Presidential Quaker. O. HATHAWAY.
JAS. K. BONES.
WM. II. FOSTF.lt.
TIIIS IS BIZ !
MONTEZUMA STREET, TWO DOORS SOUTH OF
Gurley, assure the public that they '
Satisfaction. Call nnd try 'em. Thev hope for much
patronage ; yea, they want scads ! They yearn for speci
mens of "the irredeemable": and in order thot they may
obtain a satisfactory amount ot tbe desired
They have the honor to announce
That they nre expected to purchase enormous qnantitles
of the goods composing their carefully selected stock,
which includes tbe finest qualities of
CIGARS fSpeciolty WHOLESALE & RETAIL.;
TOBACCO plug, twist finecut, in bulk, (very choice)
smoking, (new IbrandsJ, etc.
FRESH FRUITS new consignment constantly ar
riving by fast coaches from San Bernardino.
Figs, Prunes, Currants,
Raisins, Citron, Holland Herring-,
Swiss Sc. Limburger Cheese,
Wood and Meerschaum Pipes, etc. B. Jc, F. do not intend
TO TBE CENTIME, IS
They are not
"The crooked,'' "third term", or any othermau; however,
" If you don't see what you want ask for it."
Make regular trip between Prescott and Saa Bernardino,
stopping' at comfortable stations every Bight, obviating
tbe atigae of a comtinuooj trip. Ordara left at oar store
will receive proapt attcatiaa.
BONES 4 P06IE1.
Pmscrt, Jassi27 21. IfcT
am arc o
L. BASHFOKD & CO'S COLUMN
Levi Buafard, (
Eob't H. Bannister, 5
:Wn. 0. Buhfari.
"Wra. E. Smith.
L. BASHFORD & CO.,
Wholesale ana Retail Dealers in
II GENERAL p
We Invite an Inspection of our Carefully Selected
Dry Goods, .-,
Ladies' Hose, including
Striped and Colored.
Children's Hose, in great variety ;
Corsets, Corset Trimmings,
Collars, Cuffs, Ruchings,
Fancy Toilet Articles,
Ribbons & Jewelry.
Teas, Sugars, Coffees,
Canned Fruits & Vegetables,
Whole and Ground Spices,
Alden Dried Fuits,
California Dried Pears,
Peaches, Apples, Grapes,
Pitted Plums, Currants,
Washing and Toilet Soaps,
Canned Honey, strained and in comb,
Candles, Crackers. Nuts,
Baisins, Bacon, Lard,
Butter, Cheese, and Eggs,
Potatoes, Corn, Plour, Etc., Etc.
IN GREAT VARIETY.
For Mechauic3, Miners,
Mill Men and Artisans,
Plows, Plow Steels, Scythes,
Rakes, Bellows, Anvils Axes,
Shovels, Hammers, Sledges,
Picks, Chisels, Piles, Saws,
Drills, Planes, Screws, Nails,
CARRIAGE & WAGON MATERIAL.
Spokes, Hubs, Felloes,
Kims. Axles, Tongues,
Xcckyukcs, Single & Doubletrees
Ii'on and JSteel.
Tire Iron and steel,
AH Kinds and Sizes,
Drill Steel, Toe Steel,
Pick Steel, Shoe Steel,
Band Iron, IIoop Iron,
Hub Iron and Nail Rod,
Carriage and Tire Bolts,
Nuts Washers, and Tacks,
Horse Shoes, Mule Shoes, j
Ox Shoes, Ox Nails, Horse Nails.
Giant, Blasting and KiUe Powder,
Shot, Bullets, Stoves, Tinware,
O L O O jBZ S ,
Lamps and Chimneys,
Woodenware, and Willowware,
Glassware, Crockery, Stone China.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladies1 and Gents', Misses' and Childrens',
Youths' and Infants' All kinds
and sizes, and AH prices.
To suit all tastes Cardigan Jacket Over
coats, Gents' Undershirts, and
Drawers of every dcsciiption.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Linen Shirts, White,
Cheviot and Fancy
Negliges and Overshtrts,
Balbriggan Socks, British Hose,
Woolen Socks and Stockings,
Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Etc.
II ats and Caps,
Men, Women and Children's.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
Best Brands Lowest Prices.-
AYE K'S, JAYKE'S, BRISTOL'S,
KENNEDY'S AND HALL'S
And & full assortment of the best
Now In Market Warranted Fresh and Genuine.
Putty, Varnish, and Brushes,
WILL PAPER 1 BORDER, WINDOW SHADES,
Saddlery, Pocket & Tabic Cn tier jr.
We bare perfected arrangments to receive goods
on every steamer, and will tons be enabled to
give a complete outfit to one and all.
We Pay tha Highest Pries for all the
Products of the Country.
JOHN G. CAMPBELL,
TVliolesale and. Retail
DEALER IS -
KEtri CO.V3TAXTI.T OK IUXD A LAKCS ASSORTMENT Of
Groceries & Provisions,
TOBACCOS AND CIGARS,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING
HATS, BOOTS & SHOES,
LADIES DRESS GOODS
LADIES AND GENTS
MINING & FARMING TOOLS,
SADDLERY, CUTLERY & HARDWARE
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
LITHOGRAPHS AND CHROMOS
ETC., ETC, ETC.
jp X competent tinner, cansUnUy implored, will
make all ktutli -f Tin, Cupper, and Rbectiroa work.
Jobbing- in thlt line promptljr attended to.
JOHN O. CAMPBELL.
Prescott. Arizona. Srptemlwr 4. 1374.
On hand and for Sale,
AVER'S, JAYNE'S, BRISTOL'S
BULL'S AND HALL'S
And A full BMortment of the best
Now in Market Warranted fresh and Gcuuine.
FANCY TOILET ARTICLES,
And a fall supply uf
Phvsicians' Pkescriptions carefully and
GEO. D. KENDALL.
Dit. Kendall'. Ofllco In rear of Drufr Store.
W. J. HOWARD,
( With L. U. Jewell.)
Prescott, - - Arizona.
Fine Watches of every description repaired in the bet
possible manner nnd warruutnl fur one yenr ily work is
tirat'eloss, and I trill warrant it eUal tuuny work dune in
San Francisco ur Eastern cities
JEWELRY MADE TO ORDER,
Engraved and Neatly Repaired.
JTjJ' All orders by mail or otherwise punctually ntten
MALCOLM I). CAMHIKLL. MDNET MEK, JK.
CAMPBELL & MEE,
CARPENTERS & JOINERS.
nrSASH, DOORS AND BLIND; 3
IMado to Order on Shortest ICotico.
CARRIAGE AND WAGON WORK,
Ot which we make a sp cinlty.
Southeast Corner of the Plan Northeast Corcer of
Cortez and Goodwin streets.
Ladies' &. Gents' Hair Dresser,
Hon Oponcxl a
FIRST. CLASS BARBER SHOP,
Next to the Postoffice.
Also, he works ir to order, and bas & good awurtmeol
of bair switches far sale.
fyLn Cordler's Mdlcine, to care dandruff nd to
stop hair from falling, be warrants to bare an immediate
effect, or tbe money will bo returned.
Location of Mining Claims,
FOR SALE AT THE MINER OFFICE.
Ko Prospector or Mlssr sioold go into th conntr
without a aappiy of ifeeM very handy and correct, rt&dy
KAQHOLIA WATEE. FLORIDA "WATER
Md tie best WJU6Ur COIOCVE. Flesh and Cec
als, at PR. KZKDALL'S Hester Drag fit
C. ?. HEAD..
C. JP. HEAD & CO.r
Respectfully announce to the pple of Northern Arttooa
that they haTe bow oa hand
THE LARGEST and BEST STOCK
Ever Offered in this Market
.... CONSISTING OF....
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS
Gents Furnishing Goods,
Military Furnishing Goods,
DRY GOODS. GROCERIES,
Dried aad Canned Fruits and IfMts
Boots and Shoes,
CRO CKER YWARE,
TOBACCOS AND CIGARS,
FANCY GOODS, OILS AND P ADITS
RIFLE AND BLASTING POWDIR,
FUSE AND CARTRIDGES
Iron and Steel,
Mining & Farming Implements,
ETC.. ETC., ETC.,
WHICH WE WILL SKLL, FOR CASH ONLV, AT
THE SMALLKST POSSIBLE' MARGIN ABOVE
COST AND CARRIAGE.
tin eii aTTp rices '
Paid in Merchandise or Curreicy
GOLD AND SILVER BULLION,
... AND TDK ....
OF THE COUNTRY GENERALLY
MariBg carefully" studied tbe character of goods de
sirable for this market, and bavin; oa hand so large aad
so varied am assortment, selected with the greatest possi
ble care, we are confident that fur the ensuing year we
will be better enabled to satisfy tbe mercantile wants ef
this community than ever heretofore.
0. P. HEAD k CO.
Prescott. Arixoaa, January 3, 1874.
RESTAURANT, BAKERY & SALOON,
First building south of tbe Ml.NF.K Office, Prescott.
New House New Everything.
The undersigned most res pec t Ail ly Inform! the publlo
that his new place, which stands ou the ruins of th
Idlng recently destroyed by fire, is now open for thel r
accommodation, and that he will be pleased to sell them.
Five Loaves for One Dollar. .
PIES, CAKES, ETC.
Hoard, per week f9.00
Single meals....... .' 73
THE SALOON DEPARTMENT
Will always be found well stocked wllh prettr good
Drinkables and Cigars. DAN. IIATZ.
Prescott, Arizona. December 23. 1671.
Gurloy Street, North Side of the Plaza
The Proprietor of this Restaurant respect
fully announces that ha will spare no pains
r Mmli trill h fnmUfi.! nil )t.M.-
day, and the table supplied with gnine nnd the choices
delicacies that cau bo proc;red. Everthlng clean and
erred up in the best sty!. Ifcard, per week. 10.
T. WHITEHEAD, Proprietor
BAR AND BILLIARD SALOON,
Montezuma Street, Corner Gurley,
Is the Largest and Best Sal tie 11
A XORTUEASTERK AMZOXjf.
A. L. MOELLEIt, Proprietor.
FRED. WILLIAMS, Proprietor,
(One Door West of Bashford' Store.)
Supplies the "Ifciys" witb thai whicli cheers, but doos
not intoxicate, liest quality of Clgur kept on hand.
My Cli'b-ttoom Is said to be the most comfortable place
I town. Come and See. PIIED. WILLIAM 8.
Is always ready to supply the j-ublio witb
EXCELLENT LAGER BEER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
WINES, LIQUORS, & CIGARS
We shall try to fill orders with every possible ear.
KOUENBURG k. FOSTER.
Next door to tbe Miner. Office, Prescott.
GOOD LAGER BEEK.i
Liquort and Cigart,
Always on hand and for sale.
JOHN RAIBLE. Proprietor
PLAZA FEED AND SALE STAILE.
PRESCOTT, - - - AKIZO?A
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