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FRIDAY, JULY 14, 187G.
Services every Sunday, at 10-30. at lhe Methodist EpU
copal Church, ou Marina street, ITeteott. Sunday school
immediately u'ler service. Hcv. D. B. WliIGHT, Pastor
ItKV.MlL. Wll.Kr. Methodist South, will preach at 11
A. M.. aud7 p. Jt , each Sunday, at T. H. Head' house,
on JicionuiCK street.
Srncixi, Notices in the reading column will
be charged at the rate of THIKTT cr.NTS per line
forjirsi insertion, and titenty cent u line for each
For the verr bcft of w.ntch.and clock work po
to Ukktelino, .Montezuma Street, Prescott. j.inTy
Campbell A Parker are now proprietors of
the business billierto carried on by Campbell
fc Mce. he their new "ad."
Gideon urooke, of the Plaza Slables, has
added an nutation to his liay bam 20x"0 feel,
which extends the buildings along the alley
clear out to Cortez - 8treet. Messrs. ISobertH
A Lowis did the work.
llcv. William Taplin, of the Freewill Bap
tist Church, Rhode Island, Chaplain to the
Boston Colony, etc., will preach in the M. E.
Church, Marina street, at 7:30 P. M. on Sun
day, Suly Kith.
George Carey and some one else havo been
steadily engaged for some wcela hauling
quartz with two teams from the Salvador
mine to tho Quartz Mountain Mill, and must
by this time have a largo quantity of ore on
tho mill dump.
Ben "Weaver brought into our office, yes
terday, a potatoe of this season's growth on
the ranch of Henry Wickcnburg at Wickcn
burg, weighing IJC pounds. Mr. Wickcn
burg is plowing the land again and intends
to put in a second crop from .seed raised this
The mail time for Mohave count v has been 4
changed in accordance with our suggestion
litit week, and now, until further notice, will
leavo horo on Tuesday morning instead of
Monday, in order to take the mails that ar
rive from California and tho South on Mon
day. Mr. Wells Coe, came in from his mine, the
Goodwin it McKinnon on Tuesday, and says
his shaft is now down HO feet, and he has
drifted some twelve feet in a rich bodv of ore
running south from tho bottom of tho shaft.
Tho prospect now is far better than lie ex
pected tojtindat that depth. It is his purposo
to sink 200 feet, but will now follow up tho
rich vein he has struck and ascertain its ex
tent. Henry Wickcnburg and MigueJ Pcralln, of
Wickcnburg, have been in town during tho
wek. Mr. Wickcnburg brought the first
new potatoes in town n month ago and is
still bringing in about i load n week, for
which he finds ready sale. Mr. Peralta is
largely engaged in merchandising at Wick
cnburg where ho keeps everything miners
and travelers usually call for.
Groom's Creek has been the scono of busy
prospecting during tho past week. Six com
jianies have focated on the Victorinc lode,
and five of tlieni' gone to work. Emil Gatiz
is down seven feet on his location, and has
ten inches of good ore. Leighlon it Co. also
have good prospects. Willis it Co. are
drifting each way from tho bottom of their
sixty-foot shaft, and havo a 30-inch vein
with four inches of high-grade ore going
over $1,000 to the ton.
Judge Howard, we suspect, is responsible
for smuggling that nice bunch of water
crewes, from Henry Wickenburg'.s ranch,
into our sanctum during our absence. It
was real nice and is a delicacy not to be had
this side of Wickcnburg, where they grow
many early vegetables not suited to the soil
and climate of these mountains.
Mr. A. Lyon, formerly of Patterson, X. J.,
and lately from California, has been exam
ining tho mines of Arizona as far south as
the Gila, and is now here looking at those of
Yavapai. Ho called upon us on Tuesday in
company with Mr. Wessells, tho smelter,
and like all who come to look at this coun
try expressed himself perfectly charmed with
our town, as compared with anything clso ho
had seen, since leaving California, and is
moreover very favorably impressed with tho
II, V.Cnun, of the linn ot Cram & Otis,
lning about to withdraw his interest in that
business, has leascil from A. L. Jloellcr tho
ground next to the Court-house, northeast
corner of the Pla.a, where lie is erecting a
hmhling 20xao for a t-torc-room, and will
by-aml-byc build an addition in the rear.
Micn completed lie proposes to Wring on a
complete assortment of all kinds of goods
usually found in a variety store, and a full
line of groceries and miners' goods.
Potatoe bugs, squash bugs, Colorado bee
les and the like, have dono considerable
d:unajr0 (Q vegetable crops in this vicinity
this season. AVe woro quito astonished at tho
number and variety of these pests found on
aingle potatoo hill a week or two since
whilo visiting the fields of John II. Leo, at
American lmch. They .seem to go in
wmads, march in a straight line, and when
Uioy strike a garden, whether in tho center
or merely one corner, in their course, they
devour every green thing, that .stands in
their way, wo took pains to stand a little to
one side, and while tho vines first attacked
and cut down in some instances, sprout up
d grow again ; their later work is com
plete destruction. Thoro is a livelyhalf-bug
an half-fly, half an inch or moro long, ami
bont the color of a guinea hen, that is do
Jnictivo on potatoes, and a short- red hug,
wriy in shape of a hemisphere and tho sizo
of half a pea, that is quite as numerous, and
though not so active, seems to bo as great a
Sonmndizer as its moro enterprising ally.
Then comes a largo flat bug of brown color,
"Jt feeds almost exclusively on squash
wss, and in its lino Is as obnoxious as the
roj though tho squash crop is not usually
Jluablo as the potatoes and its destruc
Is not regarded as so groat a calamity.
Qght a few of each variety and shipped
Jr60 Harry Edwards tho entomologist,
Jancisco, who may aoloto givo them
T"3 names' but we doubt if ho will bo
prescribe a remedy for them. j
In many respects Mrs. Mary Ramos, wife
oi Cornelius uamos, who died at tho ranch
ofS. O.Frederick, a jnilo above town, on
Friday, July 7th, 1S70, was a remarkable
person, aim a well writtcu history of her
ccnuui are would constitute a volume of
thrilling interest. She was born in
-cxas, in August JS19, and her parents
belonged to the Austin Colonv. With
out attempting to give even an outline of her
life, which would constitute its chief inter
est, up to the time of her leaving Texas,
it will be enough to say here that Rho cmi
grated to Arizona in lS'Jl; came to Prescott in
1804, and was soon after married to her sur
viving husband, Cornelius Ramos, with
whom she lived in the utmost happiness and
concord until the tiuio of her death. Mrs.
Ramos was noted for great kindness and
generosity, and hundreds of the earlvset
tiers of this portion of Arizona can attest her
noble generosity and kindness of heart, in
dividing with the hungry and distressed
She kept the first boarding house in Pros
cott, and was never known to refuse any
one a place at her table, whether they had
tlio means to payor not. Her life, as :
Christian woman, and member of the Metho
dist Chmvh, during her long residence here,
nas oecn of the most exemplary character.
andnmong her last roquets, was one that sho
might be permitted to partake of the Sacra
1 Tie .
mum oi me wiru s supper, wnicli was ac
cordingly administered to her bv Chaplain1
uumore or Fort A hippie; after which she
gave some instructions to her husband, as
to making good some monied obligations
she was under to the Church, when sho bid
farewell to all her friends, and passed awav
to that land, let us hope, "where tho wicked
cease irom troubling, and the weary are at
rest." If there was a Christian in Prescott,
"Mary" was one. Many of lhe old resi
dents who knew and appreciated her worth.
followed her remains to tho Citizen's Ceme
tery, on Saturday, where they were buried
with the solemn ceremonies of the Metho
dist Church, which were ro.-ul li- Ifnv
E. W. Wiley. ir
fno.SK Two Buii.w.vos. Tho large storo
of C. P. Head it Co. and tho new school
houso, each, in its lino, the champion of the
lerntory, soein to be running a pretty even
ice towards completion. Robinson it Hill,
sub-contractors for the brick-work ou C. P.
HeaditCo.'s house, arc almost ready to
hand it over to their principals, Messrs.
Campbell it Parker who have tho general
contract. Frederick it Heenan, wo under
stand, will begin on the tin roof on Monday.
Allen, Winters and Toftman, sub-contractors
for tho brick-work in the school-house, un
der Raker it Throne, the original contract
ors, are also progressing finely; the doors
and windows of thcecond-story, weob&crvc,
aro set, and the building begins to show
itself to the people in tho lower parts of the
town as it raises its crest above tho Marina
street divide. Col. Head lias seen his build
ing go u j) brick by brick, and knows just
what it is made of, giving it his personal at
tention each day. And Mesws. Buffum and
Rurmister, the resident members of the
Board of School Trustees in town, although
they occupy a position in which there is no
pay, and for the performance of the dutios
of which there are seldom any thanks ren
dered, l;ave nevertheless been faithful and
atten Mve to the details of tho school build
ing. One or tho other visiting it daily and
supervising tho work at every stage of its
progress. Prescott is proud of her new
brick buildings, as she has a right to be, for
they arc not only useful and .substantial,
but ornamental as well.
Those who arc curious to know tho name
of the limy stalagmites or .sedimentary clus
ters found at Montezuma Wells near Verde,
will thank us for telling them that it is 11 Ar
ccntho'iium C.impy.'opolium." Wo found it
out by sending a specimen, brought us by
John Ihirick, to tho Academy of Sciences
at San Francisco, and have tho authoritv of
tho Secretary of that learned institution for
saying that it is "Arcentliobhun Campylnpo
dium." Tho remainder of the sample is in
Kelly's Mineral Cabinet.
The Fourth at Walnut Crock nnd at Wil
liamson Valley was no doubt celebrated in
a becoming manner, but our special failed
to connect at Walnut Creek.'and a promised
account of tho doings at Williamson has not
reached us. Wo presumo the mail due hero
onounuay win iirmg it, m winch case we
.shall publish it next week. Wo regrot that
we are not able to do so now.
t i i . .
A report came to town yesterday that the
workmen in tho 'Senator mine had struck a
body of ore six feet wide, in the bottom of
the shaft, that assays $000 to the ton iu silver,
and works $50 in gold. This report verifies
tho predictions with reference to the Senator,
that it would eventually prove to be a silver
mine, though as yet it has only been worked
Mr. Roberts, of the carpenter firm of Kob-.
oris it Lewis, hud a valuable ox killed a fdw
nights since, and when found, near Granite
Creek below the Post, had several large buck
shot wounds in his .side. The ox is sup
posed to have been foraging on somebody's
Mrs. Dickinson, Alex. Harris, and Mr.
Sheckles, all old residents of Prescott, left
by the California stago Tuesday ovoning,
but not to stay. Sheckels goes to the Sacra
mento Valley, and will visit Chicoand To
nama. Harris is bound for the Centennial,
and Mrs. Dickinson goes to San Bernardino.
George Watlers is pnttihg tho Quartz
Mountain quartz mill in ordor for working
silver ores, and when completed, it will
start upon ore from the Peck mine, under
the immediate supervision of Chas. Pletz,
whoso knowledge and experience in silver
amalgamation, it is belioved, will overcome
tho difficulties hitherto encountered at this
In Judgo Otis' Court, on Monday, in caso
of tho Territory vs. Thomas Bennett, tho
evidence not sustaining tho complaint as to
tho improper appropriation of a buro pack
train, tho defendant was discharged.
Pat Hainilto.ii has leased tho Goodwin
mine, on Turkey Creek, of Collier & Co. for
a term of two years, for which he gives the
owners one-quarter of the net proceeds. He
started in, a day or two ago, with four men,
to put the mine in shapo, and will have his
ore worked at tho Turkey Creek smelter of
Mulvenon &. Roach.
The first horse auction at Barnard's Horso
Market will tako place on Monday 2itb.
Harry Morgan, tho tonsorial artist, now
nas John W.Davis as his Srst lieutenant.
Johnny looks so perfectly natural and invit
ing in his old quarters that men frequently
arop in and take a sliave a day or two In ad
wince of their regular time.
-nr. aim -Mrs. Judge John A. Rush havo
gone on a short visit to California. Mrs
R. expects to procure a bell for the Metho
dist Church South, during her absence.
vj lor the publication of announcement duriuc the cara-
-1Z accorajtauy the announcement.
Tv the People of Arizona Territory:
iirinir upturned here on tml.lt. j..,;,,.., i. t
liuin i eanected to have been. I
.. tc cicmoa nil Deit-gate to Ungre, by
the tieoile ol Arizona. In Kulnin- I - , l,t
r J , . - Ml - - w ua iu .
.,.. piau.irm, ana with n-neired en-rgv and tbe nd
vaiitiijro of what little exiierin..A I ,.,-- uvmli t
m.vneii til ciec'cd; to ilevole niv lima ad rive
iny inot Kiretul attention to the advancement of the brt
intoresu oi Arizoua and her people, irrespictiie of party
Lie: i on or fer.tioii. To mv frieniN who linrn I.irn.rnt..i.
i j . : ,
una ro.uiy mi uy me during the past tiro year, I ten
der my bemtfult thank. To those who iiill continu- to
oirfinenud to alt ojiponents, I wish to ay: I ball
tne.ft you in Ppisition on the inmg field In a friendly
manner, and believing as I do lhat tho mulority or tko
people aroaliray rijfht, 1 ihall ,feel pUiuril irith th
renult. Mit respectfully Invitlnfr one and all to ray mp-1-ort,
I am very respectfully yours. II. ij. STEVENS.
Winhington, I). ('., June 21, 187C.
To the Pople of the Territory of Arizona :
I hereby announce mvself hi a rantiiiUt- f.ir n.l.Mi,
to Concres ut the HnMiin election In November; hu1 in
ilolno m I rWj it tliatinctly undcMnod that it is with no
fcelinir of it.tcrif.rr uiun mv trt. but Ix-tvitKa f
derrlre the position, nnd will be proud of the diitinction
of teinif Ariiomi. representative should it be conceded
me oi uer voiejs. jJunnjr tbo time that iutervene le-te-n
now and the electio'i. I hnll tiilpnv..r i
cry portion of the Territory with tho purioi!e of bein?
heard, if my fellow-citizens deire it.
OKANVII.I.E II. ounv.
I'acenix, July 4, 187(5.
For County Recorder.
To the Voltrs of Yacapai County :
Announcement beine in order, the nnderniirned herlir
niniounces himself as an independent cindidate for re
election to the ollii-o of County Recorder of Vavapi
Couaty, Ariz-jua, at the ensuing November election.
itb many tliiinks for the suj'jort heretofore riven me,
lam, very reswcttully. WM. "VIUKEUSON.
For County Recorder.
1 liereby nunmiiice myself as a candidate for County
Recorder of Vavajai County at the ensuiii); November
""'ion. v. S. PEXffKM,
For County Treasurer.
I most rcstfClfullv Olfer tnvself as n rjinililnto for
County Treasurer of Yavanai "cwuntv. Ilelnsr n renldent
of Hie county for over ten years tho old cttlers ure
nenriyall ncU.iintcl with me, and tlm new settler can
find out who I inn by ask'nc almost any old resident.
My name wai bciore you last election for ".Supervisor nnd
I was elected by a tlattcrinjr vote, but a change iu my
busines-i eomiH-lled me to re!jrn sinm after takinir the
oilier, which I think will be overlooked bv rnVfriem!
who I hope will come forward with uew recruits nnd I
v ill endeavor to d iny part if elected.
1JENJ. II. WEAVER.
1 ann-iiincc myself & a candidate for the ofllce of
County Trcnurer of Yuv.ipai county, at the ensuing No-
emilcr election. W JI. M. RUFFIIM.
F"or County Treasurer.
I mniour.ee linelf a u randidate fur tho ofliee oi
Comity Tu-.iMirer of Yavap.il Countv, at the ciiu.ng
lection. i:. J. COOK.
I hereby aunoiiiice myself us a candidate for Sheiilf of
Yavi pai luutily at the eusuing November election.
JOHN II. UEIIAN.
To the Voters of Yavapai County:
From the many inquiries beine m dc. it Is evideut that
the j uiilie mind i. already consMrrinir the subject of the
enMims-November election; and in obedience tothnux
pios'd deMreof many voters, I hereby announco miiirtll
as an imiki'smikyt umhdair tor re-election to the
tlice ot Sheriff of Yavapai Countv.
1 also take this occasion to return my sincere thanks for
me support ueretoiore given me, aui trust that I h ive
discharged the duties of the otllce in n manner calculated
to ensure even n larger vote in November. Referiing; to
the pat ns my best pledtjo for the future, and relying
upon the ability cxperiencu ouriit to brine.
l nm. vcrj respectrully. i:i. r . now "KKS.
7b the Topic of Arizona :
I nnwt rc$icctfiilly oflVr myself as a candidate far Df lc
putt to Cinii;rc3. ut tlio Election In November next.
In a similar atmmmci'iiieiit by n. nearly two ymr luto,
I s'ntetl that the reason which'iinluced mo to depart from
the businp-6 ii f private life, that I miclit rievotu rome at
tention to the general welfare, woul i b explained by me
nt such titncsximt place iw my friend vrouM imlirntc.
That pnmii.-u was fulfilled ; anil I now stale for tliu bene
fit of "whom it may concern." that I shall, prior to the
election, mak? the tour of the Territory and iet forth, as
well as I am able, our vishr and our n-anU, nnd what I
piirMe lining in ca.e 1 am elected. Since our last elec
tion, there has been a marked and wonderful Improve
meut in our mining interests, which firm the basis of
our prosperity and happiness llu.t if you tinderitand
it prosperous people to bo a, happy people and how great
these changes aro and how vast the ssibilities wh nb
loom ahead, it shall be my pruvluce and iny delight to
delineate in the course of the coining campa gn.
With 1113 profound acknowledgments to those who so
generously supported me ut the last election, and with
the bopu that their ranks may be overwhelming in the
coining contnst, I present myself as an independent can
didate for Congress, nnd invite every voter in th Terr
lory tu "toe the scratch" in behalf of its Interests at the
polls, nnd 1 will endenvor to do my pa.t, if elected.
C. 0. 1IKAX.
rrescott. April 23, 1S7C
W. H. WILLIS CRAFT,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER1
ON THK STKBBT LEADING
Prescott to Fort Whipple.
POINT OF ROCKS LIME KILNS,
A. S. dough. Proprietor.
LIMB always on band In rny qualities to cuit lhe wunts
of purchasers. 11. II. WEAVER, Agent,
Montezuma Street. Prescott. mrCfiyl
PRESCOTT MEAT MARKET,
NORTHEAST CORNER OP THE PLAZA
"Vftrrenow prepared to fnmUb the people ot Present!
and vicinity with excellent lletf, Mutton, etc, wholesale
and retail, at fair, living prices.
Protcott.Jnly 8. 1S74
Montezuma St.. - - Prescott.
D. C. THORNE.
OiihU ?uil Ibr "Valuablt, Sneoimen.s.
ONE PAIU OF MCLES, "WITH HARNESS. "WA
goa and cover. Iaiuire of E. OANZ,
GEO. W. SILVEB,
Auctioneer Sc Real Estate Agent
Of ice with the Frobete Jftdge, Prefcott.
W3 1 tte4 rraardy 0" bwiccst atnMtd. Cfctxfftt
C. r. HEAD, Prescott.
C. P. HEAD & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANTS,
Kespectfully announce to the people of
nana, ana arc constantly receiving,
The Largest, Best Selected and Cheapest
S T O C 3 O IF
Ever Offered for Sale in this Market
Nans 0 ok s,
- 1 Domestics,
J? O JZ MEC
baws, Hammers, Wall Paper,
Nails, Butts & Screws, Paper Border,
Paints, White Lead, Oil & Turpentine.
IP O R O O L. Car R O W ERS:
For Flotels, Station
Bedroom Sets, Table Furniture,
Parlor JSets, Urockery,
Ale & Porter, Tobacco,
F O R E "V E R Y B O X Y :
Flour, Corn Meal, Bean3, Bacon, Hams, Lard,
Canned Meat & Fruit, Rice, Coffee, Tea. Sugar,
Syrup, Dried Fruits, Spices, Soap, Candles, Soda,
Starch, Cream Tartar, Yeast Powders, Salt, Stoves,
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Matting, Blankets, Mattresses.
Liberal Prices, in 3erc7tanflise or Currency,
GOLD DUST, COLD AND
MERCHANTABLE PRODUCTS OF THE COUNTRY.
Caprices at Verde House the same as at Prescott, with addi
tional freight added.
TIIOS. J. MORGAN.
MORGAN & DOUGHERTY,
WATCHMAKERS AND MANUFACTURING JEWELERS,
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware.
AH kinds of Jcwclrv and Silverware mailo from native ro11 anil Uver. KiiKravIng of
everi lescritlon, Seal 1'rehsen. Klbbon Stamps. Etc. All work Warranted.
BTOnlers 1- Mail "Will receive Prompt and CarefUl Attention. JSL
Gurlc3' Stieet, Pixcott.
Hew and Clean Beds for Lodgers,
Elegant Roomi for Families.
TrtKett, Ajril 1. ?87S-
WM. S. HEAD, Camp Verde.
CAMP VERDE, At T.,
Northern Arizona that they now have on
Giant Powder Caps
Fuse, Etc. Etc.
II A IV I O S :
Keeperis and Saloons s
SILVER BULLION. ORES,
T. C. DOUGHERTY.
One Door Kast
On hand and for Sale.
AYER'S, JAYNE'S, BRISTOL'S
BULL'M AND HALL'S
And full aMortmeat of tb bett
Now in Jlirket Warranted fresh and Genuine.
FAflfCY TOILET ARTICLES,
And 4 fall tapply of
Putsicians' PatsCBiPTiONS carefullj asd
GEO. D. KENDALL.
0. Kxkoau.' Office In rear of Drag. Store.
or rotrni ilkt xnsrsh
xjds cf Lrsa at XMAL .'3 Dreg - Sfcra
Having, by late coutuatnta, Urytly addai ta r
We now offer a complete ateerU-eat of
DRY- GOODS, CLOTHING,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
Fancy Goods, Notions,
OILS, PAINTS, WIIITK LEAD.
XiIGiTJOlS Sc CIGr.lS.
Aunrioj the comraQnity that we will Mil thest an at to
leare no two far cuinplamt ai to prices. Helng peroM
neatly located here, our wlicy wla be by r atallaf
Cheaper tk;m the Cheapest,
To keep and enl-rfre our trade. Vie ara abla, tkrouf
onr Mr. Ailier, nxeliutvely atteBding to the baying , ui
take advantage ot tho market and give ourc-ftoawfa tha
benefit of It.
Order for any artlole not to be had here wilt be pwpl
ly attended to. ASHK.lt Av VOLXKNUERO.
Succcior to II. Ashes A Co.
P I O V E E R
MERCANTILE HOUSE OF PRESCOn.
John G. Campbell,
Dealer in all kinds of
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
DRY GOODS AND dOTHBTG,
Liquor, Cigiirs, Etc.
Highest Prices paid for Gold Dust; Bullion,
nnd Produce of all kinds.
I'rescott, June 9, 1S76.
CHAS. K. VEHDr.ntCIC
CIlAr.Ua X. RXK5A
FREDERICK & HEENAN,
Montezuma St.. next to Raible's Br wary.
STOVES AiVD TIIV-WARE,
And Manufacturers of
TIN, IRON AND COPPER -WARE,
Tin and Iron Roofing.
fuFLud Cans Made at tho Lowstt Cask Prlaat.
rrornpt attention given to order by mail.
Ireiicott. Sept. 3d. 1875.
C. F. CATE, Proprietor.
HAVING PimCHASUD THIS lOPULAR OLD
stand from Col. II. A. Uizelow. aud refitted IL will man
tinue to keep it In
FIRST CLASS STYLE,
RESTAURANT, BAKERY & SALOON,
First building south of the Mixeu Office, Presoott.
IVew House iVcw Everything-.
The undersigned most respcetfnlly Informs thepabllo
that his netr place, which stands on the rains of the
Iding recently destroyed by fire, Is now open for the I
accommodation, and that he will be pleased to sell them.
Five Loaves for Oue Dollar.
PIES, CAKES, ETC.
Hoard, per week...
THE ft A LOON DEPARTMENT
Will always be foand well stocked with prettr good
Drinkables and Cigars. DAN. HATZ.
rrescott. Arizona, December 23. 1871.
Gorley Street, North Side of the Plata
The Proprietor or this Rntanraat respect
fully announces that be will snare no rains
In catering ta the wants of hit patrons.
AI..I. will K. fiiMl.kl ti . .
- . w .... i.i.ucu nours 01 me
dar. and thu tM .r.r,lil l.t, j . . ,uw
. - . i i " m iTi iu caoiees
delicacies that can be procured. Ererthing clean and
rnlt nnlfl th. kl .l.t. II 1 P muK
.1. wiuu. wees. 91U.
m ll'f 11 rv ... . .
. cucAU. Proprietor
Prescott, Noreraber3. 1872. f OT
BAR AND BILLIARD SALOOIV,
iaontemma Street, Corner Ouxkrr
Is the Largest and Best Saloon
SSVltTU EASTERN ARIZONA
A. U MOELLER, Pfefrietor.
FRED. WILLIAMS, Proprietor,
(One Dour West of Bash lord's Store.)
8opptls the "Beys" with that which cheers, but does
net intoxicate. Best quality of Cigars kept on band.
My CIrb-Room U said to be the most comfortable place
iatflwa. Come and See. FRED. WILLIAM.
Next door to the Mi.neb Office, Prescott.
GOOD LAGER BEER,
Liquor and Cigars,
Always on band and for sale.
JOHN RAIHLt. Proprleter
PLAZA FEE! ANI SALE STA11E.
PRESCOTT, - - - ARIZONA
GIDEON BROOKE. Proprietor.
MAOTOXIA WATTTl. TTATH WITTp
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