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FRIDAY, MAY 1, l37o.
Ke?vice rrrry Sunday, at 10-.31. at the Me'hndUt Epi.
copal Church, im llarnn g'rret. Pmcutt. Suodny (cimmiI
imioeJlaUly alter .err ce. ItEV. D. B. WkioiiT, P-Mur
"KKV.Mit.Wll:r. Methitt South, will preach at 11
A. M.JHd7 r. M , each Suuiiuy, ut T. II. Had'f buuie,
on McCorruick tre-t.
SrECUi. Notices in the reading column will
be charged at the rule of TniUTT crsT. per luxe
for firx't imertum, and twenty cent a line for each
For tli vtj lct of watch and clock work jro
to Behteliso. Montezuma Strret, Pri-scott. jati7y
Fkom Santa Mama. Fred Valentine re
turned on Tuesday from the dry diggings on
Sanlu Maria, and exhibited to us bonic thir
teen ounce of fine looking dust, which he
has been taking out with Jus drywashing
machine. Ho Informs us that they have
taken out about 900 since the dirt became
dry enough to wash; and now ho proposes
to set several machines to work and employ
a larjro numberof men. Ilis machines have
proven a perfect success, and ho says ho can
work nearly as much dirt through one as
through an ordinary sluice: '
Mr. Coleman of Visalia, Cal., who started
a band of sheep across the Mohave desert for
Arizona, in Nov., has just arrived in Wil
liamson Valley with four thousand head,
having lost heavily on the way. Ho is now
looking for a good place to shear, after
which ho wants to find a ieriiianent range
on which to settle and remain. He informs
us that at a reasonable estimate he feels safo
in saying that there are now -JjO.OOO head of
sheep on the California desert on their way
to Arizona, and no fewer than 40,000 this
wtfln nt f ln Pnlnmrln llivir.
friiB School Election. On Saturday last
the Election took place at Judge Cartter's
otlicc, to decide whether District No 1 should
be taxed to raise the sum of $,000, to make
up. witii the amount already on hand, a
fund suilicient to build a new school house.
The vote was overwhelmingly in favor of
the tax, and lid. V. IJowcrs was elected As
sessor and Collector. The assessment will
. bo made at once, and the Trustees will then
declare the ratoof taxation, and in the mean
time a contract will be let to build the house.
Whether of brick or wood lias not yet been
decided. The voto stood: Yes, '2t& : No, 44.
Messrs. Ilitei RuHner .t Co., who have
been whipsawing lumber in the Bradshaw
mountains, southwest of tlio Peck mine,
have discovered a new lead of rich oro which
is said to be quite extensive. Col. Bigelow
saw some of the specimens that were brought
in to Alexandra befoieho left, and he pro
nounces them almost identical with the oro
of tho Peck mine. We shall say more when
we learn more about it.
Anothkh Finn. On Friday last, at tho
Station in Peoples Valley belonging to tho
('. a'nd Alclco Co., and known as Uncle
JhnmyCoughran's, thestablos, hay, grain,
etc., belonging to the Co., and amounting to
a coiiiidorablo sum, wen en irely consumed
by lire, in the day -time." We hear that it is
believed to have caught from tho careless
ness of soino campers wiio left their liro
burning near the barn.
Pukdatoky Stock. Owners of stock run
ning at large should look out for them now
that the young crops aro starting. People
who have spent the season in gelling ready
to farm will have but little pa'iencc with
other pcoplo's horses, cattle, hogs or sheep
after they have ea'en, trained or rooted up
the result of their labor.
Nkw Sirrn.F.MENT Quite a number of
leople have settled recently on the Upper
Venle just below Marion's sheep ranch, and
some of them aro pulling in considerable
cnps.. W. Johnson, J. Q. Page, J. S. John
son, II. H. Bixby, Mr. Fulton ivl others
are of tho number. Young Shaw also loca
ted a place and bcan planting, but sold his
claim to W. Johnson.
Judge Tweed arrived from Phwnlx by A.
and N. M. stage, on Monday morning, and
opened the District Court in the afternoon.
His wife, who is in delicate health, accom-
panicd him as far a Wickenburg, and from
there went to California, in hopes to find re
lief in a change of climate.
Mica. While at the Peck and Prince
mine last week wo saw sheets of mica,
popularly known as isinglass, soveral inches
square and in layors two inches thick taken
from a led-o of that material, by Mr. White,
not far to tho eastward uttho Prince and
Major James Biildle has been ordered by
General Kautz to make a thorough inspec
tion of tho following Posts and Stations:
Mojave. Ehrenberg, Yuma, Tucson, Lowell,
Grant, Bowie. Apache, Verde and McDowell.
John O'Dougherty, a reliable mineralogist
and mining exiert, who has been examin
ing tho copper mines in tho new Venlo Dis
trict, has gone to the Finals to take a look
-at that wondorf ullj' rich region.
G. H. Oury, a prominent lawyer of Phce
idx, Maricopa county, is In attendance on
tho District Court, and called to see us, on
Wednesday. Wu found him to be what wo
toad always heard of him, a very sociable,
Intelligent and unassuming gentleman.
Ed. Peck brought In 300 jiounds of refined
bullion from tho Agua Fria furnace last
night extracted from oro from tho Peck
Professor Edmund De Jarnac, a renowned
vocalist and instrumental performer from
Franco, will appear in Profossor Fischer's
Concert to-night by special request of the
H. Clay Mcador, Esq., has been" appointed
deputy Recorder in the office of Recorder
Those finn urifl nlncranr mtnhac flint hara
kum -BEBXEUNO'S UTO Giving CECai
upon t -r-k . . . .
ApplytoB. H. Wjiaver. ,
Arrivals and Departures by the A. and M
AnniVALs May 12: Capt. Kramer, J. E.
Y heeler, Mrs. Jas. Moon, Mrs. J. A. Pat-
r.ck, Judge C. A. Tweed. Jas. tturaett. J. li
Graham, John F. Meader, Kichard liar.cr,
I. Kodgcrs, G. H.Ourv. Mrs. Ourv.
Di:ivktuiu:s: Geo. Tye, John F. Meader,
. morion, John Fulwidcr, Gov. Satrord,
JesseeT. Herbert, Jas. 15. Graham, J. Wa
terman, S. Schultz.
Ity C. and A. Stage Company.
AmtlVALS: Judiro Howard. J. Lvnn. Jno
Ehle, John Stix. O. Kinkead. Mrs. Burnett,
D. licnitto, Miss J. Davis, G. Barry, wife
and two children, J. V. Knott.
DKPAUTUitEs: J. W. Knott, A. Smith, A.
F. Hale, II. Perkins, Silver, M. Lawrence,
John Robinson, Z. Kochon.
Enrron Miner: 1 feel as if I could not
leave Prescott without alluding, through
your columns, to tho wonderful improve
ments made in your thriving town since my
last visit, several months ago; among the
most noticcabio is an excellent hotel the
Dudley Hons. an institution of which your
citizens may justly feel proud. Heretofore,
we had to pack our blankets and lind food
and lodging just where we could pick it up,
but now you are left, at the Dudley House,
in connection with which are three houses,
with from four to six rooms in each, furnish
ed in elegant style and in a manner to suit
the most fastidious.
The hotel is kept on the European plan and
is under the ellicicnt management of Mr. J.
G. Dudley, a ca.erer of lifelong exjerience,
and the table is supplied with all tho sub-
stantials and delicacies, whicli are placed be
fore you in such excellent stylo as to tempt
the most epicurean taste. Tho jxdile atten
tion bestowed upon vou, too, is another
This hotel, tho first established in Prcscolt,
has long been needed, and we who were call
ed to your town on business have felt the
need of a public house moro than you arc
aware. The proprietors, Messrs. Williams tfc
Dudley, for their enterprise and public
spirit, and the expense to which they have
been in fitting up a house in such elegant
manner, are entitled to tho patronage and
supiort of the people. I bespeak for the
Dudley House a very successful career.
The law is very stringent against tlioso
who either purposely orcarclessly set on lire
tho woods or grass, and yet it has been done
and fires are raging in the mountains and on
the plains on both sides of tlic Granite range,
destroying not only tlio pasturage, but tho
timber that should be protected and pre
served for future use. The lire that is de
vouring the heavy forest near Thumb Butte
came up from tho direction of Skull Valley,
and the residents there should take stops to
prosecute whoever set it going, whether on
purpose or by negligence.
Partics intending to travel would do well
to read tlio posters of tlio C. and A. Stage
Co. Their Coach leave Prescott for Califor
nia via Wickenburg and Khicnbcrg every
Tuesday, and the mail wagon every Satur
day for Tucson and points on the way.
Their regular mail wagons for California, via
Hardy ville, leave Thursdays and Sundays.
They advertise to carry passengers cheaper
than by any other route, and are preparing
lo increase their trips by coach via Eh um
Remember Professor Fischer's Grand Con
cert and Ball, to-night, at Campbell t Mee's
Hall. The ball will be given immediately
afier tiie Concert closes. One dollar buys a
ticket to tho concert, and those who desire to
attend the ball, will present their in vi. avion
cards and bo charged a dollar cxtia for that
privilege. Children under ten years of age
can a;lcnd the Concert for half price.
Auction Sale. Thoso needing good and
elegant furniture, will do well lo a.tond the
sale to-morrow morningat Fisher's salesroom
where the household goods of Mr. James
Reynolds' are liable to bo sacrificed. A sew
machine and side saddle will be additional
attractions to the goods advertised.
Any one knowing the whereabouts of
Sanford Bagley, who left Austin, Nov., two
years ago, will confer a favor on his rela
tives by leaving wonlat this ollk-c. Arizona
papers plca-o copy.
Wo publish an attractive advertisement
for B. Ellis a Co., at the old Cheap John es
tablishment on Montezuma street. Read it
and see what they have to sell and the terms
upon which they propose to sell it.
Miller's trams wero in on Monday with
goods for Bashford, Head, Campbell and
B u It'u m ; besides a little dab for the Mineii
Jim Bonus and Billy Foster are expected
in from San Bernanliuo, on Thursday, with
a full invoice of frui.s, confeaionory, etc.
Harry Morgan, the Barber, has bought
out his panner and got a new artist to assist
him. His baths are now in full opera; ion,
and everything in his lino dono in tho best
stylo of tho art.
I am authorized to say that, after this week
mails for San Francisco will closo Tuesday
evenings at 5 p m. instead of Wednesdays.
T. W. Otis, P. M.
It is reported that tho California mails
will bo transferred from tho Hardy villo to
tho Ehrenberg routo next week.
John Rj-an was found guipy in the Dis
trict Court, yestcnlay, for robbing Wm.
Ackernian on the Ustth of January. His ac
roinpliee Bundy is now on trial.
Cases disposed of in Maricopa District
Court crouded out this week.
For an account of tho opening of tho Cen
tennial on Wednesday, see despatches.
Report of Grand Jury next weok.
Mr. S. Hamilton, a young Attorney from
Ccrbat, and Wm. Corey, ex-County Treas
urer of Mohave county, aro in town.
Look out for Bones Jfc Foster's four-horse
coach, which will arrive on or about the 18th
Inst., with a fresh invoice of fruit, etc.
First class iced drinks at the Ncooet.
A No 1 mixed drinks at the Nugget.
Tho snuggest saloon in Prescott Nugget.
From the Citizen of May Cth:
There is perhaps a breed of dogs some
whtveia the wor.d that me. its some favorer
admiration, but the Tucaou breed is enough
to dLgust one petinacatiy with the whuie
race. There isu't anything evca fuauj in
them. They are hung.y, squatid, nican,
treacherous, sneaking and cowardly. And
notwithstanding the efforts of the city au
thorities to reduce their numbers, they mul
tiply in the moat mysterious maimer, Wa
Tcnture p say that the food fed to and con
sumed by the miserable mongrel curs of
Tucson, daily, if sold and the proceeds put
at interest ia a savings bank and the bank
didn't fail aud evei vthiii" went smoot'ilv.
that it would pay the national debt ia couise
of time. It wou.d take time, certainly.
Every thing takes time. Theo dogn are the
curse of existence in Tucson. Let the nights
be Italian in their loveliness; let the star
light glow withsuch transcedant lucidity that
the summer night.- are a lasting twilight;
let the etheiiai atmosphere float circumam
bient; let there be soft strains of music on
the air; let the eyes of tha enamored youth
explore the fathomless depths of dark Span
ish or sweeter Saxon maidens, orbes; let a
lifetime of happiness and contentment be
ready to be crowded into one sluit southern
night, and suddenly the air will be enliveud
by a thousand howls from a surrounding
multitude of wretched dogs aud all happi
ness and even desire for life vanishes from
the place and scene.
On April 29, by authentic data, obtained
on the ground, there were absent anil unac
counted for, 22 bucks and 32 women and chil
dren from the Hot Spiings and White
Mountaiu bauds of Chiricahua Apache In
dians, absent from the agency and their
whereabouts is unknown. That is, on April
21), thetc were 51 able-bodied Chiricahua
Apaches in ths mountains, uncontrolled,
with hell in their hearts, improved arms and
ammunition in their hands, and an exposed,
sparsdy settled country lying before them
and the impcnetratable mountains behind
Finest imported cigars at tiie Nuookt.
See Pettibono a Co.'s "ad."
If you want to rent, cheap, a shop or store
house in a good location, apply to J. L.
All the Fancy Drinko at the Caiwnet.
If you want jour H.irm-ss or Saddlery rep.ut-
t:d in iruod Mylr, or even want to tiuy u new or
m-otuMiiind I'ack-siddle cheap, then call al
Daly's shop on (inmiti Sin-et. in5l4
Stylish Millinery and l-iliioiia lile Drestinakiii!;
al .Mas. Kelly's Ladies' Fcumsim.no Stoke,
two doors smith of the White House, reflect
tit guaranteed. I iu5il
Nice Ice Drinks at the Cauinet.
Beer on Ici: ai the Ua hi net.
Wine on Ice at the Caiunkt.
To the Pfpte of A tiz ma :
I mM iwwiMtiillv hHVt invsolf n a ran liilate fur Dele-
Rtt n lNwir.n :it tlic EI'VImhi l'i Xiitinli r iifxt
In an'inrar antmtiurfiii -itt li me i.e.ir v turn vnrMe,
I ii'til tlial tin ifiin in- n lni'li iiiiliiocil tut lo t-isiit t'piin
tin- Imfinc-s if irivut lift-, that I miht ilrvn'e some at-
t lit on to tin- geiixral - llar-. until !- exi l.ilnt-il liy hip
l Midi liini'g iiii'l j!ac" an ray tiieiuU hi ml I indicate.
TImI t tuinr vji f .ifitlfl ; Mini I nnic at.tti lor th lin.
hi T "wh'itn It niiie i'i.ih'itii. tint 1 Mi.ill. lir or to the
'T.'ion in ik-tin-tniirof th-Ti-rri or' a-'il t forth, ax
well in I ntn iilili. ur trirMrH mut ntir want, ami wimt I
ln hw- iloinj; in env 1 am e'c:-il. Sim-e our lat -l!-iii.n
tlir- Im- li vii ii in irki'il ami woiuler ol improve
niMit 'li our ini ."mc interes's, wliteh t nn the 1mm of
ur ip'!fer:tv anil h.ilii'tiii-si thi.t u, if vu mi ler-t.iml
a jiriwivninn (-oi to t- u li'tppy people and how great
these eliamri- Mre i n I Imw v.iM the "iiliirtie h ell
Iimiiii iiln'nil. il 'hall t- m iirovinre mut inv ileli lit to
itelineate ill the iinir.e of the eoniing rainpa i:n.
U li n in v pMfmiiHl iiokiiiiwli-.tiriiii'liin 'o li-60 who no
irener-iii-ly ipmrtel me at the l.iat election, anil with
the linpK llmt their ranl-R may Ik overwhel u'xng in the
eo.niiiif I'onleoi, I pre-ent in et im an iinlep-ii le"t can
dii'ate lor C-mifte and Invite everv voter in lli Terr'-
rv to "n th- KiT.itoh" 'n behalf of it interents nt the
li. nnd I will en teavor to do my pa t, if electeil.
U. U ULAN.
I'reni-ott. Ajiri 28. I8To
Gurley St root, Prcecott.
Naw aad c.eia sas u xuan,
a x d
Elegant Rooms for Families
WILLIAMS & UL'ULEV.
t rrieott, April 14,
Shippers of Fast Freight.
We are now prepared to Up auy and all freight fioui
SA?T FitA.VCiSCO, CA..,
Prescott, Phoe lix & Wickenburg
Within Thirty Days.
And from EHllENHKRO to nnr of tbo above men-tiim-d
poinu in K.lUK. KKX DAYS.
Teams leae the termlniij. of the Southern TaciSe Kail
rend i.ntlie lOib and lh of ean monlli utter May Itt,
lf"6 und fr-in Ehrti Iwrjr on univxt f tmm-r.
Kitum freight laken to EUrenberir nnd end of the Rail
io.i. S. U. MILLER 4. URO.
rreKtt, April a3, I6T6.
Ca-n- tti mr riech, at Chino Valley. ah-ut Jannary lit
1STG. one whi'e man mill- with Sp-mi-h brand ; one
lmiwn liore tanle wiih bell. brandel AC: one small
brown mare mu'e with Spnn!h brand. Th owner or
own m are reiietnl to prove piopertv, pav ehnr and
take ttiem awav. JAS. M. UAKER.
rhino Valley Ar-il !8 18T6.
Cams to th. jrmVi f the nndersl nel. Ourtis" raaeh
at Point of l'ok about the first of April, ones-mill ronn
jonr mare. fr vhite Ijr wh'te to the. knee, saddle
ami o.lUr mark. SpunUh brand on left hip; no other vis
IhU mark or brand Te owne I rqti-ntej to prove
prwpextr nay b tht noUc aud take her awar.
pjlt4 F. M SENTEWy
EIJXIK0P PBSUVUSBARK WITHK0
tusldeot Iroaa'.KtXDALL'SlJras Stun
C. r. HEAD, rrcscott.
C. P. HEAD & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANTS,
PRESCOTT AND CAMP VERDE, A. T.,
Respectfully announce to the people of Northern Arizoua that they now have on
hand, and are constantly receiving.
The Largest, Best Selected and Cheapest
Ever Offered for Sale in this Market
1 O X LADIES :
Silks, CaJicoes, Lawns,
Poplins, Delaine3, Linnens,
Jtfansooks, Alpacas, Heps,
Maslms, Merinos, riliawls,
FOR GEN XEXJE" :
Business Suits, Overcoats, Boots,
Dress Suits, Pants, Snoes,
Fine Underwear, Overalls, Hats,
Overshirts, Hosieiy, Caps,
Picks, Steel, Black Powder
Shovels, Iron, Giaut Powder,
Sledges, Ore Sacks, Giant Powder Caps
Wheelbarrows, lio ie, Fuse, Etc. Etc.
J? OIL FARMERS:
Plows, Mowers, x
Plow Steel, "Rakes,
FOR MECHANICS!;: ,
Planes, Hatchets, Window Shades,
Saws, Hamnnrs, Wail Papar,
Nails, Butts & S3rew3, Paper Border,
Paints, White Ljad, Oil & Turpentine.
F O R WOOL. ORO W EES:
For Hotels, Station
Bedroom Sets, Table Furniture,
Parlor Sets, Crockery,
Ale & Porter, Tobacco,
Flour, Corn Meil, Beans, Bxoon, Hams, Lard,
Canned Iff3at fc'fVult, Rica, 00333, Tea. Sugar,
Syrap, Dried Ftuit3, Spices, Soap, Candles, SDda,
Starch, Creim Tii'tar, Yeist PowJers, Salt, Stoves,
Carpets. Oil Jloths, Matting, Blankets, Mattresses.
Liberal P rices, in Merchandise or Currency,
COLD DUST, COLD AND
MERCHANTABLE PRODUCTS OF THE COUNTRY.
GP?rices at Verde Hou3e the sam3 as at Prescott, with' addi
tional freight added.
W. J. HOWARD,
( With L. U JkiTELU)
Prescott, - - Vrizimn.
KIn Watrhf of evf ry ilw.riftion rilviir"J In tli lit
poib mamr Hint -r;irmntl for iih yetr My work In
nn:--iA. am' l win warr.mt it quul to any wurkd-mo tu
San Kran icu ur Ku.eru ritie
JEWELKY 3IVOE TO OIIDER,
Engraved and Neatly Repaired.
All rJeri by tn.iil or othcriris! puncttully atten-
BAR & BILLIARD SALOON,
MONTEZUMA STREET, PRESCOTT. .
The Largest and Mot
DESIRABLE PLACE OF RESORT
"hre averybojy can bu fouoil to eajuy the bet
WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS.
NEW BAXERY AND CHOP-HOUSL
The onlr.icnetl Ittft to inform the public that lie i
dow ruuutnic u
KAKKRV AXD CHOP-HOUSE
IX JOHN LAirOIII.I.VH tlUII.DIN'n. MONTEZUMA
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
nr The ht of BREAD. l"IES and GAKF.S Iwn
on haoil, for jI- cl.p. G. CTOR.
riweo, AuM 20, 1BT5.
AVM. S. IIELID. Camp Verde.
Kecpursj antl Saloons :
SILVER BULLION, ORES,',
X II IC ...
On hand and for Sale.
AVER'S JAYXE'S, RRISTOL'S
HULL'S AND II A MAS
And a full anurtuieot of the bt
Vow in Market Warranted fre6h and Gcuulm
PAXCV TOILET ARTICLES,
And a full tupply f
Phvmcians' Piikscriptions carefully an!
GEO. D. KENDALL.
Dn. Kesdali.'" Office In rear of Dru Store.
J . L . FISHER,
REAL ESTATE ACEIT.
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant.
Office New County Building.
ITa for wle many f tho nvt d.iiraWe building Iet,
litiutcd In th- twn of 1'rnutt :
HoaMfcoM tni other Ocods Porchissl at Liberal Satea.
Notice to Shippers.
Th" nnIiri(rnl. h irlnjr inrmm -t 'arilitl for I.and
TrauiH.rtt imi to all poinf In Nrtlifrn mwI Central Ari
- j . : ..ii t.., :n ....-it n . .
1 sl t i"ir wr ninl nttntin Twin ni Eitt1 im
t arrival ..f Sirawa. S. C. MILI.EK 4. BIU.
I . k a m
Of Every Class and Kind,
A1vavoa haal an! tar . a tlf MtXKK "iSW. i
prtWtmrh a no Uwve'. liwW f it fem orothei
oSccr caa rvam&ably fiiul faolt wltL.
WE ARE SIT' N Ol'lt NEW STOXE, AKD
will kp lb brX tr Uctrd ituct uf
DIIY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Hoots a ii cl Shoes,
HATS, FAS" GOODS,
Tinware, Crockery, Glassware,,
LIQUORS, TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
An J trill tell the uta at rvJarI prlc.
It. ASIIER 3t CO,
Prroott January 7. lfTfi.
CRAM & OTIS,
Candies, Nuts, Stationery,
Pocket Blank and Memorandum
Hooks, Tobacco, Cigars and
Pipes, Groceries, Hats, ' .
Boots & Shoes,
Underclothing, Honey, Orangas, Applei,
We Keep Brook'3 Sewing Machine
Coitju, dcw.ug Machine Keedlc
1'rt.cvtt, Jftcuary 7, IS7G.
CIIAfc. K. Kai-KRlCIC CIUKLES E. HEEXjUC.
FREDERICK & HEENAN,
Muntezuma St.. next to Raible's Brewery.
STOVES AND TIN-WARE,
And Manofactuters of
TIN, IRON AND COPPER -WARE,
Till and Iron Rooiingf.
ITiLird Cuu Made at the Lowest Cash Fries'.
Prompt attention given Ic nrltN ly mall.
KIIEDEKICK Jt HEENAX.
fmcott, Sept. 3.1, 1875.
NIFTY S A LOOK
C. F. GATE, Proprietor.
HAVING PURCHASED THIS POri'LAU OLD
tnuil f.uin Col. II. A. leluvr, uud rrfitttnl It, will coa
iiuuc to ktvp It in
FHIST CLASS STYLE,
RESTAURANT, BAKERY & SALOON,
Firt builJiii; kuuth uf the MlKK Office, Prrtcult.
Xcw House Sew Everythiujj.
TIip undprI(riiiMl most rMpertfiilly lnforn ) pnhlle
h.tt hi nniT ilnrt wlilrli tnnli m llif rii n of th
Wttg ivcvntly'kli'tntynl by fire. U iir on f4r thel
tccuininodatltm. aud that hp uill'b pleated tu tell then.
Five Loaves for One Dollar.
-PIES, CAKES, ETC.
RimhI pr week ,
TIIE .SALOON DEPARTMENT
Will iilivny be found well iUickwl wlh prettv rool
lrinkalIe un.l Citr-m. DAN. HATZ.
Presci.lt. Arixun.i. DeceinW 23. le?I.
Jurloy Street, North Side of the Plaza
jZ2 The Pniprietor .f Hi!. Retauran! repect
fully iimmimn llmt he will Hire do alna
C I" irfterimr to tl wunti i,f Im i-atriMU.
" iletN will be fiirniolieil ut all hmiri uf tha
'ny. nn.l ih tnl.lf unppHe.! wiili rniiie xn.l the cliulre
iellrnrie that ran w pt...re.. Kterthimr clean acd
erve.l up ill the be! tyle. Il.uinl per week $0
T. WIHTKHKAU. Proprietor
Preotl, NnremberS:!. If'.'.
HAIl A.M) U1LLIAHI) SALOON,
Montazuma Street, Corner Ourley
Is the Largest and Jlest Miloou
IX XOitTIIEASTEHX AlilZOSA.
A. L. .MOKI.LKH, Proprietor.
FUED. WILLI A3IS, Proprietor,
(ln Dixir Ve.t or Itatl.f.rrtl'. Store.)
Hiippll the "lUiytT with that wLieh rheew, but dot
it nitiixicute. IU-t piality of (jiirur kept on hauil.
Jly C'lrb-lfo iii i Mtiil in Un the uwwt c"infirtabli place
intwa. Cumoan.lSee. YWt'.li. U1I.I.IAJ18.
Next door to tbc Miner OtDcu, Prescott,
GOOD LAGER IIEKIt,
Liquor nnd Ctgars,
Always on Land and for xntu.
JOHN KAIIU.B. Prorrlmor
PLAZA FEED AND SALE STAILE.
PRESCOTT, - - - AIUZONA
GIDEOri BROOKE. Proprietor.
POINT OF ROCKS LIME KILNS,
A. S. Clough, Proprietor.
LIME always on hand la nr inanrie to trft ih waaU
of pnret-Kiert. U. II. WEAVER. Aril,
Mittrteiiimw Street. I'rexitt. mr2fyl
Location of Mining Claims,
FOR SALE AT TIIE MINER OFFICE.
So PnMfertirr or Miner cbmiM go Into th enmtr
ithAut a npplrM the rery band n4rTrrt. readr