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T. .r. Butler, Kditor.
FRIDAY, 3IAY 12, 1876.
The "Huxley House," is 'one the institu
tions of "Wickcnberg that 1m become fa
mous not only for its cheer but for the jolly
roysterers who frequent it. We fancvit re
sembles, somewhat the Scotch inns of Burns
"Th fir in and zatip airV
A met nfd rowan! V en km 1
V'bo UX t ttMf hi rh'r 1."U"1 f.
Ba wat the Klnr ,ronjrt lh tore t
On April 19th, Charles E. Curtis, of Tuc
son, 3Ir. Snider, of Snider, Buck & Co.,
Camp Grant, and John "WV-sson of Tucson,
were in Washington City, and Dr. C. II
Lord, of Tucson,daily expected. Every time
we hear from the Capital of the nation, Tuc-
Bonis largely represented there. Canit be
that they have lost something and these peo
ple arc there looking for it?
Chocked Whisky us Sax Fkaxcisco.-
The revenue pfficer., on the 1st of May,
siczed the Buy View Distillery, the Oriental
refinery and the Wholesale liquor houses of I
Lipman & Co.. and Kane, O'Leary & Co. It
"was understood that other seizures were to
be'made and that the work of investigation
would require several weeks. Special Aijent
A. B. Clark, is bossing the job and if these
parties have been swindling he proposes to
bring them to time. Revenue officers are
placed in charge of the books and papers of
Our old fricn'd George A. R. Berry lias
lately arrived at Phoenix from California, and
become Arent for the C. & A. Staje Com
pany at that place. He sends us by Judge
Howard the following message showing that
he is alive to the capabilities of his part of
"If you can, in your part of the Territory,
beat a raddishSO inches long, and only
twenty-two days from the time the seed was
planted, let John George, the young granger
of Salt River valley, know of it and he
will try and do better next time." He adds
a P. S. saying '-Ralph Rogers, a first class
mining man, and an old acquaintance of
yours passed here a few days ago en route to
Tucson and will visit Prescott on his return.
A Cause for Reflection. We made the
acquaintance, a day or two ago, of a gentle
man who is quite well off in this world's
goods, aud he related a circumstance that re
cently occurred in his own personal experi
ence that has caused us much serious reflec
tion. Our new acquaintance is an old bach
elor, and finding -wealth accumulating on Ids
hands, and being without relatives on this
Coast, bethought him of a widowed sister
in Arkansas who has two sons, but who, in
the matter of earthly possessions, is com
paratively poor. He wrote to his sister, tel
ling her of his good fortune, and saying that
if she would send one of her sons to live
with him he would do a good part bv him
and make him his heir. The good woman,
mother-like, prefcring to keep both her sons
at home as long as she can, simply wrote :
"If you had married early, as I did, you
might now have boys of your own to com
fort your old age."
Our friend says, upon reflection, he believes
site is-right, and notwithstanding the rebuke,
they sli-ill be his heirs anyway. We never
exjHxrt to have any great fortune to leave to
any body, but cannot help reflecting that
"Of all Mil wont nf t-n-rue or pen.
The taildttt are tlrf, ''it n.lplit hi Tehran."
Xett Mtxrso DisTitiCT. Verde 3Iining
District was organized on the 17th of April.
Tho mines for which this district was formed
are located in the Black Hills which lie
west of the Verde River about four miles.
Verde district is about 20 mites north of
Camp Verde. The local laws are in entire
conformity to the law of Congress approved
3ay 10th, 1872, the only addition is that all
claims located in the District after the 17th
of April, 187G must be entered in the books
of the local Recorder of this mining dis
trict also- that all work done as required by
the Congressional law must be entered on
tho local Recorder's books.
G. W. Kell, whose address is Old Indian
Reservation, Camp Verde, A. T., was elected
District Recorder for Verde District.
Tho new District is situated in this Coun
ty, and the deposits arc principally copper,
but all contain more or less silver, not
enough, however, to authorize the working
of the mines at a profit with the present ob
stacles of want of cheap transportation, but
when this is removed the mines of Verde
District will become valuable. Many of
them are well defined ledges of lanre ex
tent, rich in copper aud with the- prospect
ttiat silver may increase in quantity by de
MINERAL PARK ITKMS.
STessrsv A. E. Davis, Alder Riindall, and
W. li-Iiidenour have gone to California.
Herman Bucksbaum lias been appointed
Deputy County Treasurer.
R. R. Cantield, superintendent of the Key
stone mine- and the Mineral Park mill, has
gone to ban Francisco,
John W. Leonard and Paul Weber have
formed a partnership in the law business.
Most of the mines in this vicinity arc
looking unusually well. Reports from the
southern end of the County represent that
the mines in Cedar Valley and Owen Dis
trict arc being developed rapidly.
Allarge band of Mojave Indians passed
through town to-day over one hundred in
number going to Hackbcrry to hold a
general pow-wow with tlic Hualpais. Capt.
Asoket was in command.
" Mr Clark, commonly called uKcvstone,"
J 7 V -V
was married to Mrs. Davis, this morning, by 2T3 W. sixth street, Cincinnati. Five Cen-jHstice-Wclbourrie.
" j tennial photographs accompany the music,
JtlBrral park,' AT.Maj 6,1878. .. and all for 50 cents by mail. ,
'Special to the Miser lj TJ. 8. Military tad "W.TJ. Liaeil
Washington, 3Iav 7.-The question of
Jurisdiction in Belknap s case mil probably
be disposed of to-morrow. Mr. Knott, for
u i r., i Tt!t- ..
the managers, and Judge Black, for respon-
llont ..'ill cnoV on T"T fl ' 1 T
., , ,. A petiuoned the Secretary of Viar for the ca
Senator Sanrent's resolution on Chinese v J .
immigration will be called up at an early
day, for action.
3Ir. Sherman, will make an effort to have
the silver bill considered.
Mr. Morton, will attempt to have his
states rights resolutions taken up. .
Xo appropriation bill will be ready for a
week or two.
Lawrence, Kansas, May 5. The stock
holders of the K. P. & Colorado Consolida
ted Railroad lines have elected R. E. Carr,
J. D. Perry, C. S. Greeley, Adolphus Weir,
S. Edgall, Jay Gould, Oliver Ames, Sidney
Dillon and James Smith, Directors.
Washington, May 8. Speaker Kerr in
consequence of continued ill health with
threatening results has decided to resign the
speakership and will probably do so to
New York, May 8. Persons just from
Philadelphia say all nations except the
United States will'be splendidly represented
at the opening of Centennial exhibition.
San Francisco, May 8. Gold in Xew
York, 112 ja Greenbacks in San Francisco.
Washington, May 9. It is thought that
it will be two weeks before a decision is
reached by the Senate in the Belknap case.
The nendinir Question bcinjr that of iurisdic-
Sneaker K"nrr fkniVt thi srnrr nf hi. n.
lempiaieu immeuiate resignation,
I he Emperor of Brazil, Dom Pedro, visited
both houses of Congress to-day but declined
to accent the wrivilces of the floor which
txjL im. jjiiin.Dt3 ui irn, uuuf tiiiu
were tendered to him.
m t i i . .
f he President has gone to Philadelphia to
be present at the opening of the Centennial.
Both houses have adjourned until Friday.
Vow Vnrb ATv 0 Pnl.nnctnin thn nm.
d. i i T e, , . ,
PirniPfl tillintprnr t till' Jowess finrih A lov.
au. ...... ...... . u 1 1 1 u V-.'IJ
andcr, died in his cell to-day.
Philaddphia, 3Iay 9. Wool market dull
and neclccted. sunnlv bVht.
San Francisco, Mav 9.-Silver coin
" 1 1 3
01 tn ft Tinr mint rl?cfmint T'ror? rvl 1 ,rc
7 per cent discount.- Greenbacks AO to 90.
The Steamer Lord of the Isles arrived to-
,1 .. . 1 1 aaa m.;
During April at the United States sub.
Trno.,.ll,nnrt,,ram OOfOOr:rt rri.
ni,uju4j KtiKi 4i.v.i.jio Htm 7,(fuuTguu. i
First National Gold Bank has declared a di-
ridend for April at the rate of 10 per cent
per annum, t he saleDepoMt Company de-
chresiuaUivfflcM of 50 cents per
Washington, May 9. The Grand Jury of
the Criminal court to-day found a bill of in-
dictment ajrainst Be knan for receiving
Will l.lfnM1l1.t Alri.. II nm ntfi. 4---. .1
......v......., jiu i x hi. uii iu3uui3 a
remarkable appearance. TrausiMrcncics cal-
cium li"hts and iia'rs everywhere and the
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streetsare crowded to bursting with people.
To-morrow the inviatitions to participate in
the opening ceremonies extend to Kins,
Queens, Empcrers, Presidents. Foreign Min-
istcr?, Consuls, Judges of Supreme Courts,
and Lonjiresmen, etc., with their wives and
, ... ' ' "1ta a,iU
Llncago, Jiay 9. Lumbermen arc on a
strike and riot. They are principally iirno-
rant fore n-nors nrtinn- undfr nnlrrs nf ih
New York May 8. A powder magazine
e.xpioueu in Jersey vuy last nigni destroy-
in? and daimiirincr five thousand houses. It
is charged that it was the work of strikers
at the Bemcr s.tunncl.
Philadelphia, M.;y 10. The inaugural cer-
cmonies of the jrcat American Centennial
Exhibition opened at n quarter past ten this
morning. The national airs of all nations
were psrformed by a large orchestra. Over
oO.OUJ people were on the grounds. Prcsi-
dent Grant was escorted to the main entrance
bv the military at half past ten. Dom Pcd.o
nf tt;i ,.rriv,i cr, .,,. r,ii..,...i i. n...,
oi. , , . . .r
crai ouerman, iion.j. u. itimoc, Senator
uuu" u,,u "lu,;"LI -Luuginsa. iie was
cumluctcd to the platform and greeted with
cheers. Wagners Centennial march was
nerfornicd. a nmver whs offeror! bv n,-i,
Simpson, Whittiers hymn was sung with
grand effect. General Hawlev turned the
-'i.-- j """r
buildings over to the President of the U. S
President Grant accepted the buildings ant:
closed Ids speech as follows:
I invoke your generous co-operation with
the worthy commissioners to secure a bril
lant success to this International Exhibition
and to make the stav of our foreign visi
tors, to whom we extend a hearty welcome,
both profitable and pleasant to them. I
declare the International Exhibition now
open. The President was loudly cheered,
the Emperor of Brazil rising in his seat and
joining in the demonstration by waving his
hat. The President followed by the guests
of the day then made the rounds of the
Exhibition and put in motion the great en
gine starting all the machinery
Sati Francisco, May 10. Gold in New
York, 112,. Greenbacks in San Francisco,
Yuma, May 11. This morninir a little
son of Frank Norton ran in between two
wagons in, a train and jumjicd upon the
coupling and in attempting to run out again
fell and two wagons passed over his leirs and
lower part of the body. He is so badlv in
jured internally that his physicians think he
t? 1 -.A 1 . . V . .
can live uui a snori rime, lie is Qetween
seven and eiirht ve.-irs old.
"That Banner a hundred years old' is the
great American Centennial song and chorus
which wc have received from F. W.Helmrck.
A PETITION TO THE SECT OF "TAB.
In 1873 the same difficulties existed with
reference to the payment of contractors in
Arizona for supplies furnished the various
3 a- r - a. .1 nm
"cpanmcn i u. uu -
1 , A.
I I.. -A ,wl a f-nni-tfVA anil f 1 mac
hard when there is really no necessity tor it.
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tablishmcnt of a Government Depository at
Prescott, and that funds be placed therein
in sufficient amount to anticipate and meet
the necessities of the Service in this part of
the Territory, in order to avoid the disap
pointments and annoyances under which
the people then labored and are still sub
That petition is as full of meaning to
davasitwas then, with the exception of
the clailie relating to insecurity on account
mcnt being m'jde in San Francisco, which
has not been found effective, for the reason
that the Chief Quartermaster of the Di
vision there has established a rule that
is ruinous to Arisona's interests. This rule
is to ascertain how much moncv Arizona is
entitled to during the year; this sum is di
vided by twelve, and each month obc
twelfth of the year's appropriation is placed
to Arizona's credit, whereas the supplies
arenearlv all furnished iu two or three
months and the contractors are obliged to
wait for their pay in monthly driblets
throughout the year. Here is the petition,
which sets the matter forth in a clearer I
licht than we can write it:
Prescott, A. T., January 2, 1873.
" " lie-KunP' WJ V ar:
rrt . ft ur iir n it. i j
Hie undersigned ousmess nouses, doing
business ia Northern Arizona, would most
I rnciiiintnillr ronrocnnf
That it often occurs that for two. three.
and even four months the Chief Quarter-
master of this Military Department is
whollv or in part without funds with which
. t .
to pay off Govcnimant liabilities, such as
are conuiiuaiiv arising on coiurueis ior wooa,
rai hav frccrht- c?c. :
That the undersigned, either as contract-
ors themselves or by reason ot customary
alio even necessary allowances 10 sucn con-
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uauiuis uiu unco i-uiii juiitu iu una I uay
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mcntj sucn dclav and disappointment
becomes burdensome in the extreme nar-
alyziug business at home and at the same
time injuring tiieir credit in cities where
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1 i.ur.a ae mat as
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crmncnt indebtedness has at one time been
borne bv the biibiness men of Northern
Arizona at a time, too, when claims for
I inorAhfinrliJo otn wnm nrnccm
merchandise, etc., were pressim? irom
11. 1 11 1. V - i. . 1
am. ,,ca. traue, y reason oi tne ex-
r t" " - 1"
That the businessmen of Arizona have
comparatively small capital, and that bur-
uc"a "o"L '-; uujhci mc
The uadersincd would furthermore most
respectfully represent that of late all monies
-lcu" ,u u"- WMwnimsicr oi
the depaitment have been deposited at the
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I ..r ii.! . - Al. I
uicu uiiica suiiui in mis iiiauu, uuur iuu oJ.
uora hue; that we hae little and practi
u3' nn mai iciuuh; ywiv. u i
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depredations, and that the mails arc both
slow and insecure; that Q. M. cheeks pava
Die only at lucsou can only be used in pay
n.leut of, .ur indebtedness in San Fran
i- f i i i ?
enormous discount wholesale dealers in
tlirwn nlt'uj nAf iviwliiiirr in inhn lin ri.-h-
forwarding said checks bv mail through so
unsafe a country for collection
vt nereiore we would most rcspccttillly
ii-i i. . .. ..
.t,,'l.t ?tm uU us monM to be
i iiiMfi'ii in run rrufiir ir tiiic i ittirimnnt
vUch regular intervals that business men tin,!
I o ' I
contractors may with reasonable certaiuty
anticipate the payment of the Government's
'faWHtiM, and that said monies be placed at
Present, or m case th it is not regular and
iwitui;iJiL-, at can x rancisi:", as luuueriv,
where the same may be available for bui-
hess purposes without ruinous discount.
I he undersimied take the liberty of ad
dressing you the above communication,
knowing tilt it is not in accordance with
the wishes of the Government, cither direct
Ivorindirectlv, through its neglect, to brim
distress upon any of its citizens, and fullv
aml confidently trusting that w e have but
t0 u,llke known our g.ievances to secure a
speedy and pjrm uient remsdv for them.
Kodcnbcrg & Co., Melviu & Ftteter, Ed-
ward ivcrr, lienry W. l leurv, J. H. 31c
Candles., T. Otto, Jackson & Tompkins,
IIewit & Bartlctt, Ed. Y. Wells, Jliller
f:5V -"eun, Levi msmoru, u. r.
Head & Co,, Herbert Bowers, Jacob Gold
steiu, M. Wolf, Geo D. Kendall, Campbell
& Buffum, Lewis A. Stevens, Allen & Ahite,
J. H. Million & Co.. Henry A. Bigelow,
doiiii Haible.liiruett & B,oc! W. B. Hel
ungs & Co. Wormscr & Werthcimer, R.
jleacliam, G. Cornellf C. A. Luke. D. Hen
derson & Bro., E. J. Cook.
At Kirkland Valley A. T.. May 11th, 18:6, to the
xrife of Solomon Jackon, a daughter. S eight 10
GREAT SALE OF
.... TO BE SOLD AT ....
To tlie Jrligliest Bidder
SALE TO COMMENCE OX
SATURDAY, MAY 13th, 1876,
At 2 o deck, p. fit,
j&JT DREWS STORE.
And to centimie erery Saturday
imlil tne entire stock is
Kemember U ' i the lat ehaacA the tadie tit Pmmh
will tT ut hylny Dry Good at th r mn t rice... .,
n. i iBUMi CO.
Slaughter ! ! Slaughter ! !
Bargains ! ! Bargains ! !
Havioa jt reorttnl a large aad well IectJ atork of
the latrst t Wt of
Dry Goods. Cloftimgr, Etc., Etc.,
A'o a large awl fiesh itock of
GROCERIES, LIQUORS k CIGARS.
We now offer them t the I'Ub'ic and our patron at ruin
u pri ea. W jx'tively aure partiVa wiihio to pur
rliare that for bursals jro to
THE CALIFORNIA STOEE.
French Cali, 4 yard, for $1.10
Amrirn I'rn'a g yari for 1 CO
Kinpifii Cloth riyard 9
Alp.u-n ryard .................................. "5
Wrapper Cluth j- r ard 0
Kin-M.iri.iii. iht yarl 95
, :.i jo
y,n. ytMJir yard 75 to 90
1 in Ul ITf 1& U ... ......... ........ ......... 1
Ladie fln e pr Mir S3 00 to 4 oO
iUI.Ip.i.ii.1..xlip tuir i!(Oro 3.00
m.' i.oot prr iatr 6 00 to 10 uo
a. t.L.1 is .v iu.
I'mrott. Miy 15, 'F7ii.
First door South of Court House, Prescott
IlHTinr aeenred the ervlci of an ariiit from Califor
nia, t am nun- prrpured to mako
views OF AncmTECT. landscape. Etc.
W. II. WlLLIaCRAFT.
A dwelling honre and lot. on Montezuma street, op
tre I ir .MtCundk'n ' office. Term caa. Ap
ply at the houte. niylSM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Matter of the
Estate of JOHN P. HOWDFN. deceased.
Notice ! hereby civen hy the nnileratened pe:al ad
and u peronS having ciuim aptini't nid det eaie.i. to
,, ii.. .i.... ..i.t. i.. .. ..k.. i
rxhiMt the ame with the nereMnry Touehen within
mnntlie Irom the firt pnl.liration of thu notice to the
aergiim-i t Mineral Park. M..have cunty. a. t.
CHASI.KS ATIMIISSMN. Special Adm'niitratnr.
Mineral Park, May 6. I87f. myi2t4
J. L. FISHER
Wll tell, hv ruM'c auction at hit faloroom, on Corttz
tret, ( Armstrong nuildingj on
SATURDAY iiiAY 13, 1876,
At 11 o'clock A.RL, my
I ,v -r-rrs. w. .TVrnww
UU USlliULli FtlliMTUltfi,
Which cuniiktu in juitt
GLASSWARE, CHIN AWAKE,
PORTABLE BATH TUB,
INGRAIN & NEW CARPETS,
Extcnsi..., DlniUg.n,,0,n Table,
CHILD'S CRIB flND BEDDING-
Feather and Hair Mattresses,
Tl ..rt.l. T 1 4 11-
--i.A,ii.iiuuumh mm auiuuiuuu,
Tw Fiae Co Helfir acd CM
OllC Spall Hoi'SCS illlfl HlirilCSS
and Two-Horse Wagon.
F. rt Whipple May 5. 187C.
CONCERT AND BALL
A Grand Concert and Hall will be giren on
Friday EvenintT. Mav 12. 1878.
CAMPBELL & MEE'S HALL,
MR. JAY G. KELLY
Tickets for the Concert. 81.00. to be had
at helly & Me hen or at the rutuQlee.
Ticket for tho Hull, 81.00. t.. be obtained of
the ('iiiiultip Jlniri M. V. CwvM, J L.FUherand
Concert commences at 8 o'clock.
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
Havine entablished ountelr at the southern trminn.i
o' ire i..nii.rn 't-cmr. lUilmnd. rr the rurpiMMn.f rar
ryinp on a fienral rVrwMrdWu ntxl Coinmimlpn lu I
ne wnnld renect!ully ..H. it the ralnmoze of the mer-
rhnt of Arizux We wilt aUu keep oomtantly uu
And General Supply of
Freighters & Ranchmen.
W. H. H. & Co.,
E. Terminus S.P.R.R.,
Will receive prompt attention.
S. C. Miller's Fart Fieivht IJne trill rYirnr nt th and
of the Railroad fur l'recuttand all point In Arinina.
. . W. II. IIAKDx i CO.
Mat 5th. g76.
Supplies the Public with
EXCELLENT LAGER BEER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WINES, LIQUORS. A. f'lCAiiv
The Old Stand is -well known.
JUL. N. RODKNIU.'Kfl.
Ice! Ice! ! Ice!!!
5 7e q '"ITlW to partlea de.ir.nff it, between tie
honrif.f 8ao19.fc.x. aad6DI7KM -
I. BASI1F0RD & CO'S COLUMN
LTi Basiford. JtoVi. H.Buat!tttr. Wai. C. Bhferd.
L. BASHFORD & CO.,
Wholesale ani Retail Dealers in
Welnrite as Impaction or our Carefnllr Selected
Ladies' Hose, including
Striped and Colored.
Children's Hose, i g variety ;
Corsets, Corset Trimmings,
Collars, Cuffs, Huchings,
Fancy Toilet Articles,
Bibbons & Jewelry.
GROCERIES a PROVISIONS.
Teas, Sugars, Cofees,
Canned Fruits & Vegetables,
Whole and Ground Spices,
California Dried Pears,
Peaches, Apples, Grapes,
Pitted Plums, Currants,
Washing and Toilet Soaps,
Canned Honey, strained and in comb,
Candles, Crackers. Nuts,
Raisins, Bacon, Lari,
Butter. Cheese, and Eggs,
Potatoes, Corn, Flour, Etc., Etc
IS GREAT VARIETY.
For Mechanics, Miners,
Mill Men -nd Artisans,
Plows, Plow Steels, Scythes,
Rakes, Bellows, Anvils Axes,
Shovels, Hamms's; Sledges,
P.cki. Chisels, PilssrSaw3,
Drills, Planes, Screws, Nails,
CARRIAGE & WAGON MATERIAL.
Spokes, Hubs, Fi-lloeM,
Neckyiike, Single & Doubletrees
Xi-on stud JSteel.
Tire Iron and strrl,
All Kinds and S z's,
Drill Steel, TtwSti'vI,
Pick Steel, Slio Steel,
lliiml Iron, Hoop Iron,
Hub Iron and Nail
Carriage and Tin Bolts,
Nuts MTashers, and Tack,
Horse Suoes, Mule Shoes,
Ox Shoes, Ox NaiN, lonn Nails,
Giant, Blasting and Itfle Puwder,
Shot, Bullet, Stoves, Tinware,
Lamps and Chimneys,
Wooden ware, and Willowwarr,
Glassware, Crockery, Stone China.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladie-' and Gt-nt', Mists' nnd Children',
Votifh,' and Infant'-All kinds
an-lsiz., and All prices.
C O T I I I N G
To Miit all MtiMnaMipan Jnckpt Over
coat, Gents' Undershirt, and
Drawers of every desctiption.
CENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Linen Shirt, White,
Cheviot and Fancy
Neylijre and ()rerhirt,
Balhrisjian Soeks, British Hose,
Woolen Sock, and Storkinz.
Handkerchief Gloves, Etc.
H ats and Caps,
3Ien, Women and Children's.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
Best Brands Lowest Prices.
A.YER'5, JAY.NE'S, BRISTOL'S,
KE.V.VEDY'S AXD HALL'S
And a full auortment of the btst
Now In Market Warranted Freh and Genuine
Putty, Varnish, and Brnghes,
WILL PIPER 1 EMDEX. WIIDOW SHADES,
Saddlery, Pocket k. Table Cutlery.
We have perfected arrancmenU'to receive ceods
on erery steamer, and wilt (bus he enabled to
give a complete outfit to one and all.
We Pay the Highest Pries for all the
Products of tbe Country.
.Froeett. Jasuary 7. 187. i
JOHN C. CAMPBELL
P R V.KT.( ITT. lllivnvi 9
v liolesnle and Retail
n pvrn i t ifnnnir a A
KKHr COXSTATTLT OS !IA.XI X LARGE AOICTXESTOf
Groceries & Provisions, r
"WI 1ST E S. LIQUORS 3
DRY GOODS. CLOTHING Y
HATS, BOOTS & SHOES,
LADTE3 DRESS GOODS
m T y JEr
LADEEJ3 AND GElrS
aiy ij u i a m
MINING & FARMING TOOLS, "
S AD DLERY, CUTLEST & HARD WAJtl
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
TP A T T A
LITHOGRAPHS AND CHROMOS '1
ETC., ETC., ETC.
t-.V A romprtent tlnn.r. caoitantlr rlor!, will
mak all klnda -f TJu, Copper, and SbeWtn.n work.
JxbbiDf ia IbU Ira. pruuiptl attemlnl to.
JOHN O CAMPBELL.
Prm-ott. Ariiaaa. September 1874.
BONES & FOSTER,
OX MONTEZUMA ST., two door aoath of Gnrly, '
Str. at twd-nck pricca. tbrir Cfutrnnla' iclrctina cf
rw brand .f CIG AUS. Speoialtj- Wholraal Jt HetaU. .
obbjr iia mte .cbaum and wood, tobacco jwuehM,
xqniitrly flaT.irrd fine-mt tobacco, l:i bulk, twUt,
xtn fine braads f j-Iuk-, and bt lonp-cut tnbacc,.
Sm..k!nc tobucco. of all kind. fiat-1 1 in the naik.t,.
ur-rior cigarriitoj, mad nf the fiaett llarana toUM,
Si nlarjreitork of CANDIES AND FRUITS, of whUk.
reiurnt roiwignmenU are receiTrd by faitcuaekeit
rults frrJi f-om Southern California orchard .emiriitr
nnM, Iera.il. lime apple, pear, ((rape, etc, aU -
!ive. lanHne anchoTien. Holland herrinjr. chile, el .'
pleudid clear bon.y. Cue nil . fi. raiin,citna tie ,
Wi' and r.injtmnjrr rlirce. dr l enrmnf.
otbuiediBlriiifr to mal6 a oomfwrtaile linide,
he i lUtt V'tngrr Coache uf Bone iVcutrrorTrr '
xtm iaducirneiit. They maVt regular trip. iopptD; "
rery nichfnt gvoA Nation, firing oppurtnullir for
efrethFnaleep. and ample lime for meal Order will
eceiTe j ampt attention, I left nt the ah..re addren.
The C. O. 2. Store
Ready ix' Business,
Anil We respectfully Inform the. rnhllA af
thU vllnlty thutirehnTe opn(l with a
NEW AND COMPLETE STOCK
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, LIQUORS
FUMISHIHff AND 0UTFITTIX6 GOODS OF ILL KINDS,
Which will be old at
I. Or W VI R Jt A. T TC S
Than ever befor-' fttompt-'r! by the trad
of tMs sec ion.
andf.hs & nowrc,
South Sfdff Plnwt. Prescott. Arir.nnn.
PIONEER FUBNITUTE STOKE.
2 Bdi .
Just north of Ks'W &. Stephen' Store.
IMPORTS & MANUFACTURES'
All Kind of
FUBNTTUEE, LOUNGES,. BEDDING,
ETC.. ETC.. ETC.
Window Shades, Mi-ron. Picture
FiamoK, Klc, on hand and
Made to Order.
REPAIRING PKOMPTXY ATTENDED TO
CABINET CHOP BtOUSE.
D. C. IHOBJJE, Proprfetor.
MEALS AT ALT. HOURS.
Day nnd IVigrht.
HOT AHD COLD LUNCH.
Krrmhi t( rMible toba had. in if faon, asd rotlts.
up in tbe b.t .tjl of th culinary art.
"WEL Hi DIGGER,
F r lb flri 30 tt will .ink well at the rat- of tl.75 cr
f'xt; fnim nu to SO fe-e - 00 r f.,t; an.l fn.m 30 (Wt
t- water $2.50 prr foot. Kuqnlre -f J. I.Lwi. rr-P'nter-
Montezuma Stteet - - Presestt
Ha bn re-opased and r-St!d ia
SAN FRANCISCO STYLE;
None bat ths Fiiwst Uqaorsj tv Clears
d apenaed at tbe Bar. -
Appjyat CAMPBELL'8 STORE.
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