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T. J. Uutler, Editor.
FRIDAY, JULY 11, IS7G.
. So -farther ricw3 from the managers of
thcJU&;N.M.:Exprc33 Co. The Los An
gclcs Express, of July 8, says Mr. "Wells is
in Saa Francisco arranging to resume. Quien
A. French scientist named Treaca has
demonstrated that electrical lanterns can
he-constructed so as to light streets, build
ingn, etc., much better by electricity than
oil or gas, and from 50 to 100 times cheaper,
Perhaps he has the secret of making the
"Vrill" of which Buhvcr speaks in his
Tuk announcement of Hon. Hiram S
Stcrcne, as a candidate for rc-clection to
Congress from Arizona, will be found in
this issue of the Mixeu. Wc have ;ievcr
had tho pleasure of meeting Mr. Stevens,
but have received many kind attentions from
him in his capacity as Delegate, for which
we take this occasion to thank him. So far
as we are advised, he has attended to all re
quests of our people with promptness, and
manifested a commendable readiness to
serve his constituents. His record is before
the people and to it he invites their atten
tion in making up their minds as to their duty
in the coming campaign.
The Republican Senate and Democratic
House in Congress seem to vie with each
other in demagogue practices, each hoping
to improve tho chances of their partizan
nominees for the Presidency by acts of
parsimony and niggardly littleness in the
matter of appropriations. The House took
the initiatory steps and sought to popularize
the Democracy by pretended economy in
holding just dues from those who arc fur
nishing tho sinues of war, and the Senate
seems to bo craven enough to cower before
the threatened advantage sucli nction will
give their political adversaries in certain
quarter?, and announce that they are ready,
to meet the House half way in all reduc
tions thnt'will not affect existing laws.
They should have had the courage to do
right, as statesmen, regardless of appear
ances, or what the effect might be ou a po
litical campaign. Every member of both
Houses understands that the Government
cannot be carried on without money, and
that it is no economy to withhold just ap
propriations which must sooner or later be
made, with additions to cover the expense
PRESS Cojiino. Our now cylinder jircss
is now on tho way from Chicago, and if no
unnecessary delays occur it will reach here
in August, after which time we shall enlarge
tho 3Iixeii, so as to do more amplo justice
to many interests, that for want of room, at
present, we are obliged to pass over with
very brief mention. In the mean time,
however, we shall be much obliged to par
ties living in any part of the Territory for
condensed reference to what is transpiring
in their several localities. After the arrival
of the new press we think of runuing a daily
paper giving all the telegrams at least until
after tho Presidential election in November
and if it can be made to pay, shall continue
it indefinitely. Wc have no political object
nor ambition in publishing a paper in Ari
zona, but are -ambitious to publish a gooc:
newspaper which shall fully and fairly rep
resent every industrial and social interest
and which shall give to every one his or her
just mead 6f praise for duty well performed
and censure where censure is deserved ; this
is our ambition, and this is our motive, in
ordering improved machinery and preparing
to meet any emergency as to quantity or qua!
ity of printing, that an anticipated improve
went in our mining operations may bring
about. This statement of the case would
be incomplete however, and false, at least
uy implication, were we not to adit that un
derlying all these considerations wc hope ul
timately to make it profitable as a business
1OME6TIC INFELICITY. I'd ICC COUrt
sketches being all the rage in some of tho
Eastern cities, Prescott, not to be behind in
the race of progress, has been trying her
nana at the new sensation, and sonic of her
court sceues if written up by the Detroit
Free Press man would eclipse anything that
worthy has yet given to the public.
On Saturday evening in Judge Otis' court
occurred a case growing out of domestic in
felicity, in which a wife drank too deeply of
me intoxicating cup,naa sought the residence
of a "soiled dove" where she was comfortably
lodged when her liege found her, and with
pursoasrvc speech besought her to return and
resume her domestic duties. To this she de
niurred in terms more emphatic than polite,
closing her speech with an inuendo that
seemed to cast a reflection on her husband's
maternal progenitor. This aroused the spirit
of manhood in his breast, here thero was a
discrepancy in the testimony as to whether
she fell out of bed, or whether he pulled her
out, but at any rate she wis ou tho floor, and
to use his own words, as given in testimony
he "raised her dress, and spanked her gently
oh the hip as ho would an erring child."
Meanwhile the witness made a waving mo
tion with his right hand to show the jury
how tenderly aud affectionately the chastise
ment was administered. Other witnesses
expressed it in different language and con
veyed to the minds of the jury a different
impression, but as he ought to know best
what he did we only give his version. The
climax was that ho had her arrested on a
charge of being drunk and disorderly, of
which the Jury acquitted her and appended
to their verdict that she was entitled to a
divorce, and she had him arrested for as
sault aad battery, to which be plead guilty,
td was fined fSO.
'8pecial to tins Miner bj U. 8. Military and W.TJ. LIbmI
T "Washington, July 11. Postmaster Jewell
has resigned. Tyncr. of Indiana, will be
nominated in his stead.
New York, July 12. Clara Louise Kell
ogg offers $1,000 for a monument to General!
Custar. James Gordon Bennett, will give,
$10,000. .Several other large subscriptions of
fered. Nearly GO deaths by sunstroke yesterday.
The Surrogate has dismissed the petition
to set aside A. T. Stewart's will.
St. Louis, July 8. Robbers robbed Adams
& Co., of 1,000, and the U. S. Express of
$12,000 on train near Ottcrville.
cL n;., tk. mTi.0r. ; n,,a.
"a" " "'-I ' "w
uir regimes ovo mcu uuu uiuh-.b, ....
of these 40 men were killed with Reno, and
57 wounded with Custar. There were
about 240 in the battle, 21 dead were found
and buried. It is reported that not a sin
gle man or officer who was with Custar es
caped. The bodies of the following olii
have been found and recognized: General
George A. Custar, Captain Miles Kcogh,
Captain Thomas Custar, Lieutenants Wil
liam Cook, Aldcrnon Smith, Donald 31cln
tosh, James Calhoun, James E. Porter, B.
II. Hodson, and John J. Crittenden, Lieu
tenant and Dr. Lord, and Assistant Surgeon
DeWolf. The bodies of Lieutenants M. V,
Harrington and James G. Sturges have not
been recognized but are undoubtedly killed
The Sioux had 4,000 men on the field and
could not have lost less than 400 warriors.
New York Herald's special says the other
bodies were mutilated but Custar's was un
touched, he lay as if asleep with a smile on
his lips; near him were 11 dead officers;
Captain Keogh was on his right, his brother
Thomas Custar on his left, and near his feet
a beautiful boy of 19, this was young Reed,
Custar's nephew, he was visiting the General
at the time he was ordered on the expedi
tion and insisted on accompanying him to
the field. A little way off lay Boston Cus
tar, another of the General's brothers, all
three of the brothers had fallen within
lew feet of each other and on tho skirmish
lino lay Lieutenant Calhoun, husband of
Custar's sister. Kellogg, special correspon
dent of the New York Herald was found
San Diego, July 11. The election in
Colorado resulted in a large majority for the
New York, Julv 10. 50 cases of sun
Washington, July 10. Blaine is appointed
U. S. Senator in place of Morrell. Blaine's
health is unimproved aud he will not be
able to take his seat this session. It is sup
posed Congress will adjourn in two weeks.
Great excitement was caused by a report
that Gen. Crook's command had amiin met
the Indians, and that Crook had been killed
The report is not confirmed.
i nc oecrctary oi u ar continues to re
ceive dispatches from the West offering vol
unteers for the Indian war.
Gen. Pope has ordered Gen. Miles with
six companies of the oth Infantry to report
at once at the scene of the Sionx war.
The Indians of the Upper Missouri are
becoming uneasy and leaving their reserva
tions. A general outbreak is feared.
Pratt, Commissioner of Intcrnni Revenue,
Don Carlos, of Spain, is here.
Cincinnati, July 9. The letter of Hayes,
accepting the nomination, favors Civil Ser
vice reform in the strongest terms, and de
clares m favor of one term. He savs, if
elected ho will not accept a second ; is for
resumption of specie payment at the earli
est practicable moment; says public schools
should be placed beyond all sectarian influ
ences. He would throw the whole influ
ence of the Government .to obtain for the
South an honest and capable local govern
ment. Leading papers throughout the country
speak of Hays' letter as a clear, manly, une
quivocal declaration of principles. The
Herald says he must have had help in pre
paring it, which is denied.
Omaha, July 9. The 22d Infantry, sta
tioned at Fort Wayne, near Detroit, left !
this morning by special train to join Terry
at Fort Lincoln. Two thousand troops will
be put in the field immediately. This
force Sheridan thinks sufficient, and no vol
unteers will be accepted.
Washington, July 12. General Sherman
feels no apprehension of the safety of Gen
eral Crook and his troops. Thinks all the
fighting Sioux are not more than 2,300 and
that our troops on the ground are more than
a match for them. Special from Fort Lin
coln says Custar attacked 48 hours before
the time Terry was to reach n point whero
ho could co-operate with him. He swung
his hat, said, "Hurrah! Hurrah! Custar has
struck the biggest Indian Village on the
Continent," and with five companies sailed
G. W. Barnard is putting up a stable and
corral on ground leased from Judge Howard.
adjoining Fort Misery No. 2, on Montezuma
street, winch in addition to tho usual liyorv
and hay-yard business, will bo used as a
horso market, for tho purchase and saloof
all kinds of stock, wagons, harness, sad
dles, etc., etc
Mr. Flores, who used to havo a manufac
turing jewelry establishment opposite tho
C. it A. stage office, has been to California,
grown tired of it and returned, and is erect
ing a shop adjoining Judge Howard's OlBce.
Jim Harrington and partner have finished
thoir contract to sink fifty foot on the Whip-
pio mino, ana navo developed a large body
of low grade gold ore. Thero is quite a
favorable prospect, wo learn, for the erection
of a mill to work tho Salvador, Whipple,
etc., in that vicinity, being only throe or
four mil& from Prescotr.
Coarse .salt for.-stock, -in any quantity, at
Extracts from Proceeding r Board of
Board met July 3d, full Board present.
Petition for election precinct at Springerviile
laid over. That of W. H. Hardy, as to road,
C. Bennett appointed Justice at Clifton.
Recommendation that Francis Chavis, of
Xew Mexico, have his taxes reduced.
Thos. Nelson allowed 90 for nursing
Capt. Shoup in June.
"F. Bartel, allowed $25 for nursng Thomas
Thos. Whitehead allowed 96.90 for feed
ing Territorial prisoners, and ?305 for those
of the County.
Dr. J. X. McCaudless' bill of $900 for pro
fessional services in attending compound
: fracture of Capt. Shoup's leg, disallowed.
oa settled with county treasurer.
A- Sve'is avcd Jf5 for CSS and
i for Kerby, indigent sick.
John II. Bchan allowed 10 per day for -10
, days for
, m R Bowers allowed $11A0 for register
ling 27G names on Great Register, $500 for
assessing, and 680 for taking prisoners to
Dr. Day allowed o0 for holding post mortem
examination on the body of Cagnon, at
The Board of Equalization has been in
Session during tho week and is still sitting.
They have reduced the following flocks of
sheep from 3 to 2 per head: 1,300 belong
ing to H. Bixby, 1,400 to Brown Bros., 2,000
to Campbell A Baker, 1,200 to Uhas. C. Car
penter, 800; to Etchito & Co., 000 to It. Fer
rington, 1,230 to Jacob FIcur, 740 to G. W.
Hance, and 500 to P. B. Hawkins; W. R.
W. M. Bufluin was raised on lots and im
provements SiJOO; II. Brooks on land and
improvements SI ,000; H. Ballon 240; II. H.
Cartter500, and Chas. Dickinson 150; O.
Mrs. Cullumbcr's assessment was reduced
1,000 under tho law exempting 1,000 in
favor of widows.
H. W. Fletiry's two lots, in block F, re
duced 200; and Flenry & Head's 2S lots re
Arrivals niul Departure for the Week end
ing July 11.
C. ifcA. Stage Arrivals: II M Her
bert, Mr Parker, J W Morsehead, Prof A
Fischer, M L. Poralta, Mrs A L Loggitt, Gov
DErARTTRKs:. John A Rush, Mrs J A
Rush, Dr Goodfellow, Mrs Dickinson, Mr
Shceklcs, Alex Harris, Mrs Boll, Miss Bell,
Poter Martin, J II Salt, L Melton, W Sehuh,
P Dealiu, Mr. Strauss, Prof A Fischer, Win
Robinson, Harry Mooro, JohnChappa, Mrs.
Wo heard on Saturday thatMr.Mulvenon,
of tho Turkey Creek furnace, and another
man, had como to town badly leaded by tho
fumos from the smelter, but upon calling at
Mr. Ganz' lodging house wo found Mr. Mul
vonon suffering from an attack of fever,
brought on by overheating himself at work
at a mine, but, according to his own state
ment of tho case, without any symptoms of
lead poison. Mr. Mulvonon, wo aro glad to
say, has recovered and gono back to his
Thomas Cherry, who owns the Victoria
mine, between the Senator and Washington,
at the head of Maple Gulch, has struck ore
that in appearance cannot be told from that
which Frederick & Co. arc taking from the
Senator and working in the mill. Mr.
Cherry showed us a specimen, on Saturday
last, of which he says he has a large body
that by assay shows well; also a spe
cimen from a mine found by him on Slate
Creek, which, although it is galena ore, Mr.
Plctz found it, by assay, to contain $1 17.7!)
The reported death of General Crook is
not generally believed, although flags
were at half-mast here yesterday, and every
evidence shown that our people aro not un
grateful nor forgetful of their benefactor.
communion. Tho Sacrament of Iho
Lord's Supper will bo udminisloretl bv
Chaplain Gilmorc, assisted bv Huv. D. B
Wright, at tho M. 15. Church, on Marina
street, immediately after sorvico on Sundav
Tho prettiest specimen of qold in crvslnl-
lzed quartz wo over saw or heard of, was
shown us by Col. C. 1 Head, and camo from
what is known as Row's mine, near tho Gila
This specimen is threo or four inches in
length, showing the perfect faces of tho
crystal, which aro not so smooth and glassy
as quartz crystals usually aro; but to make
up for any want of regularity or polish, it is
thoroughly impregnated, as it wore, with
ino onghiost and most beautiful quality of
goiu, wmcn oxtonds in blotohcu from baso to
apex, aud terminates at the top in a sort of
At Strain's Snrinr. nenr TI.iUIa Vlnf .fnl.. r. inr
George Witt We have ngt been informed as 'to Lit dli-
e, njre or nativity.
Xear PreKott. Jnly 7. 1876, of a lineerin ilinci, Mri,
Mary Kamw, a native of Texa, aged 57 years.
LAST CHANCE !
Closing Out Sale.
t I,7i,,,1,toPriv,erarties, or to the trade, job lotiof
Silk & Other Trimming,
LACES, ASTRICAX FURS,
Lisle Thread Dress Goods,
Linens, Alpacas, Swiss,
IPoplins, Sillss, Etc,,
At 25 per cent discount on San Pranckco
prices, until the 1st of August.
. Goods at Drew's Star.
J. L. FISHER, Cosaniim Dwler.
HORSES ! HORSES !
1 will seU, at tho HORSC SI ARRET, near Judge
MONDAY, '24th. OF JULY, 1876,
At 11 O'Clock. A. M,
Fine Lot of Work and Saddle
J. I.. riSHEU, Auctioneer.
MALCOLM 1. CAM IT. ELL. FKAXK IJ. I'.VltKEtl.
CAMPBELL & PARKER,
CARPENTERS & JOINERS.
CTSASH, DOORS AND BLINDS 1
Matte to Oitler on Sliortc.-t Notice.
CARRIAGE AND WAGON WORK,
Architectural Drawings, Work
ins? Plans & Specifications.
Scntheast Corner of tho Plaza Northeast Corner of
Cortex and Goodwin streets.
Vrotn Timtu .Spring, uppr nd nf Skull Valley, a'lOitt
lh 5th of July, one la-gu dark brown mare mule, about
en yeurs oM. "with a small ilit in the Ift ar. mane lately
nutclicd. full tail, no brands, barefootrd. Also, one Iijfht
Lav mare mule, partially blinil In tlio richt eye. long
hair on the back nod belly, thin iu ord-r, inane nched,
full tail ami barefooted, nnd hvl on baiter with strap done
up under tlm cbiii. Xo mark or brand remcmbcrrd.
A reasonable reward will ls paM fr their delivery, or
Information concerning them, to me at Tonto Springs or
Clay's Corral, or BrookeV Stable, Prescott.
A" II. iiousi:.
Ton'o Srrinjrs, July 12, 187G.
Notice is hereby ijiven that the partuarship heretofore
existing bctn eeu 11. I. Campbell uud Sidney Mce. Jr..
of I'rrscott, under tho firm name, of Campbell Sc Mee. has
this day been dissolved by mutual consent. All deb's
owing to said partrership are to bo received by 11. D.
Campbell, and all demands against the same will be pre
sented to him tor payment. M. I). CAMl'HELI..
SIDNEY MKK, Jit.
I'rcscott, July 1, ISTfi.
limine carried on by M. D. Campbell and K. (1. Par
ker, at tho old stand, as" usual. j Htl
S U M M OKS.
IX THE DISTKICT COUNT, TlllKI) JUDICIAL
District, Yavapai County.
MIGUEL PER ALT A, PlaiatirT,
Akizona and New Mkmuo ExritE-w COMI'AMT, Deft.
Action brought in the District Court of the Third Judi
cial District in and fur tho County of Yavapai in the Ter
ritory i f Arizona.
The Ttrritory oj ' Arizona tends greeting to The .iritona
and A'eta Strxica Exprett Company, Vefcndont.
You are. hereby summoned nnd required to a:pearin
an action brought against you by the above named plain
tiff ia the distiict court or the Third Judicial Distiict in
and for the conn'y of Yavajni, in tho Territory of Ail
una, nnd answer the complaint filed with the clerk of
this court, at I'rrsoott, in said county (a copy ofnhich
complaint ercompnuies this summons), within twenty
days (exclusive f the day of SHrvice after the service
upon you of this summons, if served in this county ; but
it served out of the county and within this di-trict, tken
within thirty days ; In all other au.es forty days.
And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear
and answer th complaint as above required; tho plaintiff
will take judgment by default against you for the sura of
fine thouand three hundred ninety-four aud 41-100 dol
lars ami costs nnd disbursements in this bb-ilf expended.
Oiveu under my hand and the seal of tho said Dis
trict Court, at Pres.ott. this 10th dav of Julv, 1676
l-fl-J WILLIAM Wll.KKli.SOX. Clerk.
KU8H &. WKU.S Attorneys for Plaintiff. JINdCO
O. W. 1SARNAUD Inn onetl
ST A Ii LE, COR R A L A IST D
Hay-Y ix v l 9
Oa South Montezuma Street, Prescott
With every ronreuieticc fur teamsters. mieU tniinn.etr.. to
either rump with their iru ten I or luvo their miimsiU
Crock Water in the Corral.
i3"Auction Sale once a w eek.
Milk! Milk!! Milk ! ! !
BAIVGH ART & CO.,
Are i-reparcil to
To the jH-oplc of I'retcnlt,
DELIVERING BEFORE BREAKFAST,
And at Night when desired
SU-MlLI?:ii AND WIN'JL'JjJK.
Give onlere to the sirri:r, or to Hie her. I). II. Wright
J. W. IiROOKF,
Enquire at Clay's Corrall. McCorniick street.
To Village Tax-payers.
The Villaire Tuijc line umier thn InH nscgment will
become delinquent if not paM on or before Mnn.lnv next
Julv 10th. FKAXK MUKKAV.
rrefcott, July 6,
The unoriirnel hm taken un it iliirU kr mir. mi
mane ami tail, hind feet white, nbout 8 years old and 15
uauu iiicu. 1 lie OITner IS renilCltCil to nrnvn r-r,t..rl..
mr Mi i un,1 1 l 11.,
THOS. J. SIIKLLMAXT.
Lrper Lynx Creek, July 7. lgT6. t3
a wo uvr tt'y.iv.
Notice of Dissolution.
Bv mutual consent. nhnuMTin r,r.t nt i . .
Jiajolve the bu.ineM partnership heretofore exnttinjr bo-
promptly settled, and shall ajk a demand uote for such as
iioumiio iij nnvn nil i kiiwrnriif
Prescott, July 7, 187G.
DRESSMAKER, CUTTER & FITTER.
MRS. D. LEVY, late 0f San Frane'wco. repectfully
informs the ladies of Prescott and vieinliir ih;.t .h. f.
now preiiared to do all kind nf
from a long experience, shoccn auure satisfaction. '
r-nces moaeraie. Ulvetncacall at my rciideice, oa
Monteauma street, nearly opposite Dr. McCandIe;s'.
"'" MRS. 1). LEVY.
To Freighters and Others.
Notice is hercbr iri
hereof freighting and carrying will b doue by the un
dersigned only at tho followluir rates and charges :
Prom Ehrenbergto Prescott, 6 cts per lb.
- facenlx to Prescott, 31-2 -"
Phcenix to Camp Verde 3
Hack freight froai Prescott to i:Wn1rn. , .
We hare now opened and established coinmodlons
andcooTenientshiPoinir ),nnU, rhK JT
f?Sf5!?rnU 8,340 toJawiBb PwmpUy and securely
attended to. S. C MILLER.
L. BASHFORD & C0?S COLUMN
Lbti Bashford. Bob't H.Birmirter. Wm. 0. Bsshftrd.
L BASHFORD & CO.,
Wholesale ani Retail Dealers in
W Invite an Inspectiint of our Carefully Selected
Dress Goods, a
Ladies' Hose, including
Striped and Colored.
Children's Hose, in gt variety ;
Corsets, Corset Trimmings,
Collars, Cuffs, Ruchings,
Fancy Toilet Articles,
Ribbons & Jewelry.
GROCERIES a PROVISIONS.
Teas, Sugars, Coffees,
Canned Traits & Vegetables,
Whole and Ground Spice3,
Alden Dried F.uits,
California Dried Pear3,
Peachesr Apples, Grapes,
Pitted Plums, Currants,
Washing and Toilet Soaps,
Canned Honey, strained and in comb,
Candles, Crackers. Nuts,
Raisins, Bacon, Lard,
Buttery Cheese, and Eggs,
Potatoes, Corn, Flour, Etc., Etc.
IX .A. IS, SWARE.
IN GREAT VARIETY.
For Mechanics, Miners,
Mill Men aud Artisans,
Plows, Plow Steels, Scythes,
Rakes, Bellow.?, Anvils Axc3,
Shovels, Hammsrs, Sledgos,
Piclis, CIU32I3, Pilas, Saw3,
Drills, Planes, Screwy Nails,
CARRIAGE & WAGON MATERIAL,
Spokes, Hubs, Felloes,
Uimi. Axles, Tongues,
XuckyoUiu, Single & Doubletrees
Ii'on and 5teel.
Tire Iron and steel,
All Kinrti and S zes,
Drill Steel, Toe Steel,
I'ick Steel, Shoe Steel,
JJatnl Iron, Hoop Iron,
Hub Iron and Nail
Carriage anil The Holts,
Nut Washers!, aud Tacks,
Horse Slioes, Mule Shoes,
Ox Shoes, Ox Nails, Hore Xails.
Giant, lihisting and Kille Powder,
Shot, liullets Stoves, Tinware,
Lamps and Chimneys,
Wooden ware, and Willowwar
Glassware, Crockery, Stone China.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladies' and Gents', Misses' and Children!.',
Youth-.' and Infant' All kinds
and sizes, and All prices.
CLOT U ING
To suit all tastes Cardigan Jacket Over
coats, Gents' Undershirts, and
Drawers of even description.
GENTS' FURNISHING! GOODS.
Linen Shirts, White,
Cheviot and Fancy
Negliges and Overshirts,
Ualbriggan Sock3, British Hose,
Woolen Socks and Stocking,
Ilindkerchiefc, Gloves, Etc
II ats and Cap s
Men, Women and Children's.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
Best Brands Lowest Prices.
AYEIl'S. JAYKE'S, BRISTOL'S,
KENNEDY'S AND JI.1XL!
And it fuli assortment of the best
Now in Market Wnrnintcd Fresh and Genuine
Putty, Varnish, and Brushes,
lWILL PAPER l BORDER. WINDOW SHADES,
Saddlery, Pocket & Table Cutlery,
Wc hare perfected arranKcaenU to receive oods
on every steamer, and will thus be enabled tn
give a complete outfit to one and all. . .
W Pay the Highest Pries for all the
Product of the "Country.
PIONEER FUENITUTE ST0U,
Just north of Kelly & Stepheas' Stcr
IMPORTS & MANITFACTUH
All Kinds of
irrc r.rc, xtc.
II! a - .- -T - IT: n . .
ixiuuv ciiiisut:-, luuiui ric(H
Fiames Etc., on hand ant
iTiaue io urucr.
lijl'XIta -AkJA.L.'XA4A iLllMUn
The C. O. D. Store
tiiix vicinit v tnat we uatc otienca with f.
NEW AND COMPLETE ST0CX
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS WW
FURNISHING AND OUTFITTING GOODS OF All MR
Which -rilt be sold at
J j O Wr V. Ii Ji JV T Tu S
Than ttot hofnr nfHTWnf!rt rsr th
AXDERS & ROWE,
ftJVIlkiWWi I WW I klly
V MnVTVy.I'f A ST lira .tnor u.nlti vrniu
'ffcr, at lipd-ruci iriccs, their CmtrnnUl selfttlo it
iohbj- pipes mrc scliaum and -rood. tobacco pcoekts,
xamsurir navoreu nne-rut loouorn. 1 1 uuic. tM
ixtra fine brnsds of plug; nnd brst lon-r-cut tobsei
molting tobacco, of nil Muds, finvst in the ciarl
'upprior cirnrrittns, made nf the finest IlaTanntolant.
irw. inrrr cFimvl nr I : A 1 1 i h s a 11 ;i ts .f Htu
'rcfiucnt i-ousignmrnts nro rrccirrd by fustcoaetrl:
runs iriTii i mm .xminern ciiiuornioorriiiinu ct)mpri
jranges, leruni.s, nines. xppK-ti, pears, jrrapes. ete, im
viiTcs. s:iniinr, nnciinriM. iioiluna nrrriDr, coutNr.
tll,.1nlti1 ATt.nr lioniat. fin ntl'a fitrm n . iiilnM
ivi nu i.iinimnriTcnrcst-. ur.ru currnnis ana nnnti.
ue l-uorKc racnzcr toacties or nones a: roitrrom
xtra indiiccinrnts. They inuVe regular trips, itoppiif
Terynijlitatyoo4 stations. Riving opportunities fat
ciroumir aicrp, nnu ample nine lor meals. Urdcn W
.. " aa.M. iht nwiic au'iirrv.
At inn Firt-C!as.
Corfez Street, Prescott,
Has Fit:cd tip a i-'ptendid
Hot, Colcl, Tub nad Shower BaSls.
IINIC LADIES' JJA'UIi liOOM
in renrof Ladies' Parlor, entirelv eparato from tha mils
establishment. Klrpintly furnirihcd toilet accommods
tion, hair-(ire.slngnnd siiampooin?.
BAIl & BILLIA11D SALOON,
.MONTEZUMA STREET, PRESCOTT.
Tin- T.nrci-Mt anil Most
DESIRABLE PLAGE OF RESORT
1 1ST PRESCOTT,
Where everybody can be foqnd ti enjoy the best
WIiES, LIQUORS Aiid.CIGAK&
C. A. LUKE.
Siii1Im tli I'ubllc with
EXCELLENT LAGER BEER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WIiES, LIQIOKS, & CIGAKS
Tho Old Stand ix voll Icnown.
JUL. X. RODEXIJUKn.
CABINET, CHOP HOUSE.
JK C. THOKXE, Proprietor.
MEALS AT ALT, HniTRS.
Day and IViht.
HOT AND COLD LUNCH.
ETerythinr ikmsIIiU tn 1 i..t r i.
i T . . . u ua season, ana go"
up in tha bt style of the culinary art.
Montezuma Street, - - Prescett,
Has been rc-opeoetl on re-fitted in
SAN FRANCISCO "STYLE.
None but the Finest Liquora and Cigar
dispensed at the Bar.
3I.y5.187a JOS. DOUGHERTY.
J . L. FISHER,
REAL ESTATE ASERT.
Auctioneer and Commission Jferchant.
Office New County Building.
.J.rJfT?I8,I,aayo.ff!,e mo,t desirable boildinff 1st,
situated in tbe town of Prescott :
Household and ctW Qrak Pnrcaued at Liberal lefc
ROAD STATION RECEIPTS,
PRINTED IK DUE FORM
Preseott, January 7,-167C.
FOR SALE AT 3IINER OFFICE.