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O?. J. Butler, Editor.
FRIDAY, J ULY 28, 1876.
Georgo Lount has been heard from at De-
Irott, Michigan, frwiii whence, if he escapes
UiVcIulclies of Ablja, the Bailiff, he will
proceed to Philadelphia before returning ttv
A letter from "Mural Mnslcrson at Ssn
Francisco to Will D. Southworth says hi
wife is extremely ill, and for that reason he ready is regarded by the editor ot the lier
ls not able to say when he will return to aid as positive evidence of incompetency.
Prescolt. "WW " he asks, "did he trust to the scout-
Kellv fc SteDhens have established a free
intelligence oiliee, purely for- tho accommo-
elation of persons seeking cither for employ-
ment or for some one to employ. See "ad."
George Yollmers has opened a chop-house,
sausage stand, ami beer shop in the place
formerly occupied by Cliarley Hall as a
Rev. A-Gilmore will preach hr the fore-
noon, and Rev. J. A. Merrill in the evening,
in the Church on Marina street.
Tho Board of Equalization has adjourned
until to-morrow. Their estimate of the tax-
able property of tho County after equaliza-
tion will aproximatc 31,425,000.
Thc last number of the Wallapai Enter-
prise announces the name of TV. II. Hardy,
of tharCounty as a candidate for Delegate
Col. C. V. Head, and George W. Bowers
post trader at Whipple, left yesterday by
. A ' . ' . , ,.
Tin vate conveyance, for Phomix and Inter-
melons in Salt Rivor Valley.
John G. Campbell, Esq., returned yester-
day from San Francisco. Ho says of all tho
desert, this was tho hottest, dustiest and
worst. He has piles of goods coining.
, . , 7T7. . T Tr , ,
Tho now brick building of CP. Head A
Co. Is progressing finely, and if tho iron
doors, vcntillators, etc., etc., were hero,
would soon be finished; but as it is, they
will havo to wait some time for the iron to
arrive from California.
Tho Cook Bros.and Phil McDonald started
yesterday morning with three large loads of
goods from tho store of C. P. Head fc Co. for
Dawes tk Goldman, Williamson Valley.
Arizona merchants .should read tho adver
tisement of If. M. Newhal I ct Co. and have
a buyer on hand, August 14th, in San Fran
cisco at the great salu of woolen goods. A
rare opportunity to buy, for tlmfall and win
ter trade, goods of California growth and
manufacture at auction prices.
Willis & Co., luive finished making a road
from their mino to-Noyes' mill, and arc fix-
ing to begin to deliver ore as soon as tho Sal-
vador and reck lots aro worked up and out
of the way. The showing they now mako of this evil influence bv an v means at our corn
rich gold oro In tho Victorine is very prom- ni!md. butwe can "enter a nrotcst feeble
Mr. Dills Ls in from tho Peck mine, ami re-
ports tho prospects fully up to anything hith
orto shown, in that wonder of richnoss. Mr.
George Opdyko also writes to members of
tho Company hero, that it is rather improv
ing than otherwise, in tho quality and quan
tity of rich oro that is coming out.
Immigration continues to arrive from the
Iast in considerable numbers. Yesterday
morning wo ooserveo in uio streets four wa-
gons containing women and children. These
were drawn by tho largest and finest mules
wo havo'et seen brought in by persons
coming from thc East. "
ArACiiK-s on the Hunt. Day-beforo yes-
terdav mornlmr Jacob Milinr r-.m nnfnn
family of Apaches at Covoto Holes bevond
Agua Fria, consisting of two bucks, asnuaw.
two boys and one or two papooses. IIo
knew tho head of thc family as "One-Eyed
Sam," who used to be at Date Creek. They
raid they were going into the Ulaek Hills to
Soveral of tho second party of Boston Col
onists have got into litigation among them
selves, which Is certain not to result in any
thing very profitable to any of thorn. Mr.
Gilbert, tho San Diego beo man will tako a
four horso load of tho Colonists to California
and another loatl is about ready to start.
Lindsay's garden, notwithstanding ho has
had to fight bugs, drouth and rank weeds, tho
latter as ho assures us, after being cut otr at
tho top of tho ground frequently spring up
uSuiu si. rajmuy as io crawi up ins orecclies
legs lxiforo ho litis timo to chango position, is
looking remarkably thrifty and turning off
ihmi-jj us usuai quantity oi vegetables, with-
out which the people of Prescott would have
..w njijmiuuiuutm m reprocmauves lor
uic lernrory oascd up on thc ccrrsus reports
for this j-ear is required by law to be made
by tho Secretary in thc presence of thc
Governor on the 1st Monday in Auirust.
Immediately after the pcrformatrcc of this
duty we understand that Governor Safford
JUU U1C ne" secretary, j . r. rtojt, will visit
, ,. . fc 0 rcport of census
Marshal Lehau, for Yavapai County, 13.7SS,
ZCLIZ V f, ?r .ma' and
,.?"7 -.aiiWM, iri-
nal or Mohavo we aro unable to anroxhmfn
, , .. "!, , ' lu aPro-Mmi"C
m-en.tl o popula ion of tho Territory. Tho
n innia ngures up 2,212,
.. ,.w ouhhto., iuu v.Hv 01 1 u-
ma aiono would havo almost reached, judK-
,ubJluui lueii swiooi reports. Why the si- 1
Ienco in Pima, is a question we .have been
Hliv fMikiM 4 I : . 1 -1 . .... I
uroauio to fathom.
A 2S1CS PROSPECT. Dan Hatz. vcsturrfav.
showed us a prospect which ho homed out downward on the floor, aod wldlo other
of a pound and Ave ounces of rock taken wise engaged hor little child, a girl only a
from the south, drift of Willis fc Co's. 6$ foot year old, approached tho chair unperceived
uii, uuuiu viBwiaa on uroom's Creek
that excelled any thing ve over saw, in quan
tity of gold in proportion to tho amount of
rock, unless it was somo picked specimens
that showed n largo amount of gold on tho
surface. This was rock broken right out of
the ledge by Dan himself and not selected.
We havo not heard what it weighed but thero
must have lcen over two dollars.
CE CKOOK AXD THE ROSEBUD FIGHT.
The Xew York Herald of July 6th. has a
graphic description of General Crook's fight
with the Sioux, on the head of Rosebud
Creek, June l"thr written by a special cor
respondent sent to report the movements of
the expedition. The report itself seems to
be fair on its face, but when read in con-
nccuoo wnn me iiinuiureu cumuicuu .
iditor, it is evident that it was inuen wim
a view to afford the latter a text from which
to draw deductions unfavorable to General
v.vu.- C3 -r
ana iorcttt in" Iae nSni ,JLIore uu "
inr ot the Urows I N hy am he nor senu
out other scouts and not let one know what
the others reported, and thus test the cor-
rectness of the information?" These are
questions very easily asked by an Editor in
hjs easv chair in New York Citv, but it will
b(J ob;erved that the correspondent, who
was on the ground, and in the thickest of
the light, dare not even feign sufficient
ignorance of Indian warfare as to venture any
such quesestions. It is left for the theo-
retical warrior, in the city, to suppose that a
roving band of savages liave fixed habita-
tions and cities with granite blocks and
brown stone fronts, so that when their loca-
tiou is once discovered, all the invading
arm7 has to do is to set (Iown bcforc U as
Grant did bcforL' Kichraond, and prepare to
light them in uieir strongnoiu. ine corres
pondent knew, as evcrv frontiersman knows,
,w thmmh l,. ntv in t)i Sinnv
.. , . . 1 x .. ,. . c. n
nation may be located on the lellow Stone
J . , .
to-day, the same city with all its inhabi-
tants may be on the Kg Horn, Little Horn,
Rosebud or Tonmie River to-morrow, and
. ,,.... fll, pnmnvinfW miXV i
, , ...... , , i
and however vigilant his scouts, he has no
assurance when lie goes into camp at nignt,
in an Indian country, with the enemy fifty
miles in his front, that he will not be in
. , . , it
sight of his fires in the morning, or that he
wlU not be a ndred miles away,
The Herald thinks that "if Crook remains
in the Indian service, it should be in a sub-
ordinate position:"' meaning, of course, that
"u 1S U,U1L l" " '1'-
i. ct. i.. I..... : -r
thc Herald is a power in the land, and
wields an influence perhaps second to no
other in the United States; its utterances
reach thc eyes and ears of millions of peo
ple, who arc more or less impressed avHIi
the truth of what it sisscrts; and in this
way it has the power of casting a sliadow
over the hard-earned reputation of a man
who has spent thc major part of a lifetime
jn conquering the savages and addiug to the
(lomam ()t" civiIitio these Western wilds,
'"at but tor his prowess would still remain
the dark and bloody ground of savage war-
fare. We have no hone of counteract ins
though it be, against what we know to be a
false accusation, and confidently appeal to
thousands on the frontier, whose opportuni
ties and manner of life give their judgment
a thousand-fold more weight in matters per
taining to Indian warfare than that of the
Editor of the Herald, to sustain us in the
assertion that no commander, of this
our dav and time, understands so well.
or lias been so successful in making
war upon the Indians as General George
Crook. Thc fact that he was promoted
from Lieut.-Colonel to Brigadier General,
ovcr !l score of others of superior rank,
while it affords proof of his capacity as an
Indian lighter, may also discover the key to
attack upon his reputation by those
whose friends may have been left behind in
t,le for promotion
Hunt, of the IJoslon party, known as
tho Arizona Colinization Company, returned
Sunday night from the San Francisco Moun-
tain country, whero ho went about tho 1st of
July to meet tho second division of his part
which ho thinks will all be in Prescott this
Parties lately returned from Big Bug,
Lyjix and Groom's creeks report the miners
all in high spirits, though water is low.
They say tho Messrs. Elliott havo struck a
bonanza in the Accidental mine, on Lynx
Somo parties whoso names we failed to
learn have lately discovered a ledge in tho
Verdo road, a short distanco beyond the
slaughter house, and are taking pay oro out
of a shaft they aro sinking by tho roadside ;
tho oro is free gold and verv rich ; tho ledge
has been driven over for vcars by thosedriv-
ing in and out of Prescott on this road,
Our brick school house is rapidly approach
part of their now brick
The two-storv frame which was nroctful bv
the enterprising departmental clerk, on tho
roart between Prescott and Fort Whipple, is
now occuP,ea i' Mrs Cvxn ns boarding
Mr. Gilbert, tho California beo man, Ls still
buzzing around Prescott
Cliarley Yates has been busy digging wells
for tho lot owners of Pmscntt this snmmor
Thnro 5s rt orin.tniit m-nntlnn n l?nr4 Ar,c
ery-nJudco Howard's friends aro verv atten
tivo to him during his sufferings.
Th0 good water and excellent grass along
Groom's creek aro attracting manv settlers,
caniiu'rs and herders this kummer.
McCallister and Gilbert keep their extcn-
sivc flocks and herdson Groom's creek, when
thev can find tliem
-v -uost LUTTKiissixQ accident and
Death. Yesterday morning, as tho wifo of
a tr --v . 1
Eov. D. B. Wright was nreDarine to do som
washinir. she sat a tnb of hot vatr nn n
chair, which had hfiAn tumoA with th rf
and pulled tho tub and' Its contents on to its
own head, scalding it in a most schocking
manner. Dr. McCandless was called and
did everything possible for its relief but
without avail, it was beyond humanjaid, and
after suffering about three hours cxp'red.
The funeral took place yesterday. The un
fortunate parents have the sympathies of the
people in their berievement. . ..v. '
Special to the Miser ly U. S. Military acd W. U. Lhusl
Bismarck, July 25. Six companies under
General 3Iiles, joined by 160 recruits left
for the Yellowstone to-dayT with 3 Rodman
guns, horses and supplies. General Sheri
idan takes the field in person and will super
intend ,the 'movement of the troops. The
plan of the campaign is a combined move
ment of three columns with Fort Ellis as a
base. Two columns will move directly
against thc Indians, and one against their
villages. The force of these tlirec columns
will be between three and four thousand.
General Sherman puts the fighting strength
of the Sioux at 2,500, and declares they will
be so punished for their present hostility)
that thev never will fometit. Well inform-
ed frontiersman insist that there is an affec
tive fighting Indian force of 10,000.
Eureka, Nevada, July 2-1. The storm cul
minuted last night in a deluge; the people
are flvin" to the mountains for safety. The
streams from the mountains are rapidly
swelling; whistles at thc smelting works,
and fire-bells, are sounding an alarm, and the
cry of "the water is coming," is heard every
Latek. The water is lessening and the
clouds drifting away to the west. Many
houses have been washed away; damage es
timated at $25,000.
Washington, July 24. The Indian Com
niissioner has turned over the lied Cloud
Vlko .Tulv 4 washout yesterday
.Clh.0, JU1 .V aslioill ytSItnun,
nine miles east of here, ditched a freight
"' iiiiiu uiuu iuji kil wvu
ntlmr onl nniicmn li.wl u-rnL- Tlin (iv.
press train was warneu m lime anu reiurneu
i, -i , ,-jj .:,i oo i . . . i.v,
here, where it wtis detained 23 hours before
thc track could be cleared and repaired, thc
. , .
rain, meanwniie, pouring UOWU in lorrenis.
c?.. tv: T..i.. ot ti... nr...i,i i ..,,..
o.iu lyitgu, o iw -f. uuuu it.n.ia
from 3Ie.'icO, that Owing to heavy tax. OU
. T ,
incoming Hour 1U Lower California, the
people arc living on beef and mescal until
the new corn comes in.
Los Angeles, July 25. Daylight showed
through the Soledad tunnel on thc 10th.
It is t223 feet long. The track is laid 10
miles this side of Mohave Station, leaving
sixty-five miles yet to lay to San Fernando.
Fort Fettcrman, July 26. The last of the
recruits should reach Crook by August 2d,
when active operations will commence. The
Indians are camped near Crook and evidently
preparing for attack. It is propablc the
campaign will be conducted entirely by
Crook under Sheridan's direction.
San Francisco, July 25. Alpha, 38; Bel
cher, 17 ;4 California, 58; Mexican, iJ3Jq;
Ophir, 'lGa- Other stocks unchanged.
San Francisco, 26. Stocks slightly ad
vanced as follows :Alpha, 50c; Con. Va.,
75c; Crown Pt., 12; G& C, 25; Ophir,
25; Union Con., 12. Justice sold to-day
for 20,351. Gold 1116; grcenbaks, 89
The air is full of rumor as to tho prospect
of a salo of the Peck mine to capitalists who
will at once erect extensive works and in
fuse life into all mining operations in this
part of ,Jho world; but diligent inquiry on
our riiirt has failed to verify anv of the re
reports; and we begin to fear 4herc is a set
tied eurse, a mildew and a blight pro
nounced upon everything that promises to
do us any good. Tho clouds refu.be the
promised rain to fcrtilizo tho earth, mpitul-
ist.s withhold their golden guineas, by the
aid of which alone somo of our mines can be
worked, and when at last onu does venture
to come, as in tho caso of the "Walnut Grovo
smelter, thc evil genius seeks it out, and be
fore the foundation is hardlv laid tho olliccr
is there with his attachment to stop the work
We trust this state of tilings will not last for
ovcr, as wc havo tho metal, and all that is
needed is a right start. If onogood Com
pany could bo induced to tako hold with
unipic means ana a will to pay as they go, it
would soon convinces others that here is tho
place to invest their money in order to se
cure largo returns.
Xcar Prescott. Julr 12. to the u-ifi. of T n s,.,j'
Families wishinir ten-inir dnm hv fl.n rri- n. ..u
iueir notntu rmacmae ttirnished t Aer .m i.
rhill M '.v mnleuce, on South (Jranite street,
DAWES & GOLDMAN,
WILLIAMSON VALLEY, A. T.
Highest Price paid for the Pro
duce of the Country.
MILL MEN, STOCK RAISERS,
And other wanting Laborers,
amd to all persons iv-ishinir
- - - n i
BELIEVING IT TO BE ON'R np Tils urivrc
of the Territory to tare some place where parties want-
ing work ran be brooght In contact with rarties wishiny T
to employ, we hnye opened an -.
For .that purpose, and will keep lUt of all parties
makinir nppUcaUon to us FREE OP CHARGE to I
KELLY &. STEPHENS.
SPECIAL AUCTION NOTICE.
H. M. XEWHAIX & CO., Auctioneers.
Salesrooms, fi. V. cor. Sansouie & Halleck,
SA2T FRANCISCO, CAL.
Monday, August 187(5,
At 10 o'clock A. M.
Special Trade Sale,
On a libral credit, by order of tho San FrancKco Pio
neer Woolen Factory, and the Mission WooWu MilU, fit
Of their manufactures, comprising a large assortment of
Heinjr full line of their most de.irable good of the ltct
styles, and specially adapted to the
To which we invite the attention of all dealers.
11. JL NEWHALLi Jc CO..
In thc District Court, Third Judicial District, Yarapai
Hymen' Ellis and Mastis Safesbuuij,
Jnsi'S M. LU.VA and TltANCULl.VA LUXA.
Action brought iu the district court of tbo third Judicial
Thr r""ftory J -Arizona tenJt grtctiug to Jtxus J.
Luna and Trangulina Luna, DeftndanU :
You are hereby mnmoncd and required to appear ;in sin
nntion brought asaiust vou bv the above named plaintiff
in the district court of tin- third jmlioial district in hhh
for the couutv of VavaDat. in the Territory of Arizona,
and imivrer the complaint tiled with the clerk of thU
court at Prescott. in said county (a -opy or wmcu com-
I plaint accompanies this summons within twenty day
LxcIllive u , dal. of TV-.r.v) n,-,er ,i,e service upon
yof this summom, if served in thi cuuty; but if
I served out wf this county and within this district, then
within thirty duys ; in all other ease Jurty days. An i
I you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and an-
SWer the complaint as above required, the plaintiffs will
take judgement by default airaiust j-ou f.ir the sum of tnro
thousand and sixtv-six 91-llH) dollars (52.C66.9I) and costs
and disbursements in this behalf ex.w ided.
Given under mv hand and the seal of the said Dis
trict court at Present t this 19th day of August,
.D. IsTj. WILLIAM WILKUKSON",
Jon. f HakGiiave, Kscj., Attorney fur Plffs. 128H0
A TJCTION SALE !
HORSES ! HORSES !
I will sell, at the IIOKSl" MAKKKT. neur Judire
SATURDAY, 29fli JULY, 1876,
At 11 O'Clock, A. M.,
Pine Lot of Work and Saddle
J. L. K1SUBU, Auctinn.T.
To Village Tax-payers.
Villa tnxes will liecnma delinquent Thursdav. An-
ftust 10, 1S76, the Council having extended the time one
nioHth. FRANK MIHSUAY.
Prescott, July lg. Village .Marshal.
MALCOLM I). CAMI'ISKLt.. KItANK O. l'AKKEIt.
CAMPBELL & PARKER,
CARPENTERS & JOINERS.
'SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS 5:3
Matin to Orclor on Sliorte.st Notice.
CARRIAGE AND WAGON WORK,
Architectural Drawings. Work-
Plans & Specifications.
Southeast Cornar of thfi Pls'-iWnrtW
Gorte2 and Goodwin streets.
The unilorslpned bus opened a
Hay-Ya x cl ,
On South Montszuma Street, Prescott
"oxt to .Tutlge Ilotvnrd's,
Vith even convenience for teamsters, nnck trains. etc.. tn
either ramp wiiU tlieir uwn tecil or have tlit-ir animal
Creek Water in thc Corral.
Auction Sale ouce a week.
G. W. liARN'AKI).
To Freighters and Others.
v.: r .
hereof freigliting ami carrying will le ilono by the un-
aerslgneil only at thc foliowint: rates uml charges:
iToni ijnrenberg to Prescott, 6 ct3 per lb.
Phoenix to Prescott 3 1-2
Fhcenbc to Camp Verde 3
Back freight from Preacott to EUrenberir. thre rnt
Wc have now opened and established cummortimiK
ami convenient shipping houses at Ehrenberg, and all
consignments made to us will be jiromptly and securely
nftfnitnft tn t; hit t r.
J. M. mtVAV.
Prescott, July 1,
LAST CHANCE !
Closing Out Sale.
I will M1 !o private parties, or lo the tnuli inh 1ntnf
Ribbons, & Fringes,
Silk & Other Trimmings,
LACES, ASTRICAN FURS
juisie Tiireaa Dress Goods,
t z . .
J-UMals Alpacas, SWISS,
- rl .c- S2cn in -f-
OpUnS, "!!SlllS- JEtlC.,
At 25 cent diacount n San Francisco
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WUUUO clb UIcWH SinrA
I. BASHF0RD & CO'S COLUMN
Lerilkshford. BcVt.H. Bannister. Wa 0. BasMbrd.
L. BASHFORD & CO.,
Wholesale aufl Retail Dealers in ,
VV Invito an Inspection of our Carefully Selected
Ladies' Hose, including:
Striped and Colored.
Children's Hose, in great variety ;
Corsets, Corset Trimmings,
Collars, Cuffs, Kuchings,
Fancy Toilet Articles,
Ribhons & Jewelry.
GROCERIES l PROVISIONS.
Teas, Sugars, Coffees,
Canned Fruits & Vegetables,
Whole and Ground Spices,
Alden Dried F.uits,
California Dried Pears,
Peaches, Apples, Grapes,
Pitted Plums, Currants,
Washing and Toilet Soaps,
Canned Honey, strained and in comb,
Candles, Crackers. Nuts,
Eaisins, Bacon, Lard,
Butter, Cheese, and Eggs,
Potatoes, Corn, Flour, Etc., Etc.
IS (i St EAT VARIETY.
For Mechanics, Miusrs,
Mill Men and Artisans,
Plows, Plow Steels, Scythes,
Rakss, Bellowa, Anvils Axes,
Shovels, Hammeis, Sledgs3,
Picks, Chisels, Files, Saws,
Drill3, Planes, Screws, Nails,
CARRIAGE & WAGON MATERIAL.
Spokes, Hubs, Felloes,
Xcckyokw, Single & Doubletrees
Ii-on and. 55?teel.
Tire Iron and steel,
All Kinds and Sizes,
Drill Steel, Toe Steel,
Tick Steel, Shoe Steel,
Band Iron, Hoop Iron,
Hub Iron and Nail
Carriage and Tire Bolts,
Nut.-. Washers, and Tack,
Horse Shoes, .Mule Shoes,
Ox Shoes, Ox Nails, Horse Nails,
Uiant. Masting and Riiio Powder,
Shot, Bullets, Stoves, Tinware,
c x. o o ik: s ,
Lamps and Chimneys,
"iVoodemvare, and Willowware,
Glassware, Crockery, Stone China.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladies' and Gvnt.V, Misses' and Childrens',
"t'ouths' and Infants' All kinds
and sizes, and All prices.
To suit all tastes Cardigan Jackrt Over
coats, Gents' Undershirts, and
Drawers of every dcsciiption.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Linen Shirts, White,
Choviot and Fancy
Negliges and Overshirts,
"Balbriggan Socks, British llose,
"Woolen Socks anil Stockings,
Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Etc.
II a t N and Caps,
Men, Women and Children's.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
Best Brands Lowest Prices.
AVER'S, JAYSE'S, BRISTOL'S,
KENNEDY'S AND HALL'S
And a fall assortment of the test
Now ia Market Warranted Fresh and Geanlnc.
Pntty, Varnish, and Bruslies,
uWAa PAPER & BORDER, WINDOW SHADES,
Saddlery, Pocket & Table Cutlery.
Wc have perfected arrangmcnts to receive goods
on every steamer, and will thus be enabled to
give a complete outfit to one and all.
We Pay the Highest Pries for all the
Products of the Country.
IVescott, January 7, 1676.
mm m m m
Just north of Kelly & Stephen' Ston
IMPORTS & MANUPACTUH
All Kinils of
FTJENITTJEE, lOTJlfQES, BEDDUj,
Window SJmtles, 3Iirrors, Pictj
Frames, Etc., on IiaHd ami
Made to Order.
REr.VIKIXG l'ROMPTIiV ATTEXDEBj
The C. O. D. Store
And Wo respectfully Inform tho Pnbl rf
.1.1.. tlt.-. .!... I....... .... . ...
NEW AND COMPLETE ST0CX
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, LIOU
FURNISHING AND OUTFITTING GOODS OF AU Uk
AVbich will b wIl nt
Than ouor "KoXtt nffftmnfid IUtt a m
of this section.
ANDERS & ROWE,
South Sido Plftscji, Prescott, Arizona
X JIOXTKZrMA ST.. two doom south of ni-
tier, at ueu-rucK. price, their LVntccnidl irlvrttm. .t
obby pipes mee jchaura ami tvoc1, tobacco pontiff
xquijitrly flavfreil fine-cut tobnocti, i:i bulk, tvln
xtr.i fiuo brands ot lAug, and bst lonjr-cut tobttc
mokins' toUicco, of alt kind, finest inthrtsatb.
him-nnr ci'rarritmj. euiiip i flic nnit iir-n fiu
rcqucnt consitrnmeDts are received by fait coteta:
range, lemots, limes, aples, pear, grape, etc
tf i; , f ...... . ...
mm, sHruiufj, aiicinT-.rs, iiouana Drmcf, calif, Nt.
pletidid clear bonny, fine aV$, Sgt, raiIas, ritroi et
wis and I.imburercliecso, dried currant and pnne.
o those desiriu to ninko a romfvrtuble trip hittt,
lie 1-IIorjo Vuiicugt r Coacbe uf ltone & FaMtrofrr
xtra iuducetnrnt. They make regulnr trip, itorptir
very niijbt at pood utiitions, iriviiijr oprortuoitir kr
efrnsbiiiB 'eep. and ample time for incali. Ordtri wS
ecrive piompt .ittt-ntion. i! lrft at the above nMrrn.
BATHS? 4jgg ''age MS BATH!.-
At I1U First-Claiw
Cortez Street, Prescott
Ha Kitted up a Splendid
BAT II ING EST A B1.ISII31K1NT,
Hot, Cold, Tub and Shower Baths.
TINIC LADIES' RATH ROOM
In rear of Iridic' Parlnr. entirely einnit from tbe no!
-t;illishinent. Elefnintly furnilied toilet urct)mmodi
tion, liair-dresninK and llillIm,lina.
BAB & BILLIABD SALOON,
MONTEZUMA STREET, PRESCOTT.
The Largest nntl Most
DESIRABLE PLACE OF RESORT
1 1ST PRESCOTT,
Wbere everybody can be found to enjiy the bet
WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS.
Supplies the Public with
EXCELLENT LAGER BEER;
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WINES, LIQUORS, & CIGARS
The Old Stand it-: iwll known.
CABINET CHOP -HOUSE.
I. C. TIIORXE, Proprietor.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
Day and Night.
HOT MTD COLD LUNCH.
Krerythire possible to ht had. in it season, and ccttt
up in the ht tyle of the culinary tut.
"THE NUGGET. "
Montezuma Street, - - Prescott,
Has been re-opencd and re-fitted In
SAN FRANCISCO STYLE.
None but tho Finest Liquors and Cfgart
dispensed at tee Bar.
May 3. 1S7S.
J . L . FISHER,
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant.
Office New County Building.
Has for iale manv of ths roost desirable building '
sitnated in the town of Prescott :
Household and other Goods Purchased at Lftsnl B
ROAD STATION RECEIPTS
PRINTED IN DUE FORM
FOR SALE AT MINER OFFICE.