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5 ATI ItDAV MORNING, JULY 18Cf.
! iii'KfTtNO Pahtv. Wo have boon Informed,
by !- who recently arrived bore from be-
iv tji.it a parly of prospected loft Wickenburg,
it wecki to hunt for gold in tho mountains on
t.rt . irtli side of the (Ilia, between Agutt Call
( , u id Gila City.
I .'.i Li Paz. Messrs. Hlock, Spatks ami
l , t o;uit Ilurhnnau arrived In Prescott from
I.a Vat on tho evening of Sunday Inst. From
tf li! k we learn that timed wore good at La
ia, (ratio with tho Interior brisk, und tho people.
, r. al "Commercial Metrnpnlh" of Arizona
w . happy. A "dry-washing" com puny had
b.x.i nuniml, and the "machlno'' was at work
h 1 gravel. There mis some tulk of orect
k . i i.irti mill In the vfctntly or La Pnz. Mr.
v i if. .'mod in tlmt several btindred pounds
. fr nn the lode near Klne'a Wells, imnn
h he tw been to Work for aomo time pftst,
t to .an t rnnclsco sotno tlmo since to
II i u lb ck Oaxtox. Mr. Hradshaw re
. f i -lute that, about tbc first of August
will start for (he Black Canyon dig
h i t'u- county, and would bo ghd to have
, ,ii miners accompany hint a possible. It
, i , l' titinn. should men enengh aceomjmny
. ,. 1 1 work in good earnest, well hnow
n i divings are rich enough to pay for
' ,i. ,f lh.it may bo expended upon them.
, , j 1. ut v of water In that, m indeed theru
s ,rj a l t ifi.T creeks In tbts vicinity, und we
, . iiiii en or twenty men will go down
,i i j j to work. We know of no better
.-.l i Yavapai eonnty.
' i . . s . -i of Aiuonuiet) Mmrrora or Screa
t - !;! rd met m Monday last, ami tnws
. . 1 1', tillowing bit tin mm:
, l ;wKesaiariS, of Jag. Raker trmi $10,00
!. i I :iixm. for tbU yetfr, as follows :
(i.-neral Fund, $.1,86 on the. $IWie,
Jail M "
T-rrltorlfll SB "
T i a -, for 1S88, $1,80
J. that the Sheriff be recked u give
ii ti.ind. m KberW.
a ljuurned till Monday, July 27, 1868.
mi tr Waijitt G no v. Under date of
J- M. Mr. Fred. Henrv write m 'follow-
I u jut returned from a trjp down 'the
creek: won mt f tit fnrHand turners
I' (' "i: Tlic rr.iiM wilt llltU .T-..lr.n
Hr.'j f,.l lhm wh tut tHATM Tln raiuMl
f Mj.,m tbnn t r before, iWrleyjMMt
w rtix-t,. ntrt Inmwd by the lWftig, ntnac
iii'icn i nmnupjHMWM, A great
l .txe planted com. benn tic, n Uiir
' Kr "ind. ihun rakinr two crops off the
ta Jan., in one dnM. !ntr rains saerd a
, if I.mI of hard work in the wr of lrrigalinjf.
-I'g.'ther. evcrTthlR looks prftupermM and
' iiUiy n.1 fur. drevH earn, bean, otoarvptw
tul. Melons are making god rui and will
o.n bo her.
The list mail party that arrired Iwre fram
amp Lincoln, caw hih ImUhim tn tha rletetly
' the Cieoega.
Uf. Kvri.T. while a soldier from Cnwji Lincoln
vs mil hunting in th vicinity of Ut jkmI, Iks
i at Kniic dhune, a irty of about flfWH
: l.no. uitmtly women and children. The red
n ' H wi.ui.l apfHKtr, ar swarming agnia.
J'.KtntV wagon train arrivwi in l'raMott Sun
ijjv Mi from Camp Lineotn. It was load mi
w h ash timber for Kerr' wagon aJiop. Tfca
j ii furuil back again on TiiMduy, wHii Mr4
i ' cr f .r gorerawent. Mr. Itacli etahtd that
i r a. was very muddy.
K AN it Wjoxtt (iTOT b. A Imw t noon on
i.i. Uu ten mounted Indiana redo up with-
hnn lrrMl yards of the dwolling of llmo-
' iiii rsim. at uainnt urore. m uits conntr.
J , 1 V,
i!T two of bia eowa. Mr. and Mr.
"in were alrtiie at the. boae and saw the
' Mb. L. ran te the Held for tuaistance;
the . ? gentleman grabbed hi rifle and ran to-
" U i In- Indians, who fled at hi approach.
T1, Ii i ms. at one time, bad in their pwsion.
t t head of catlio, but in their hasto to got oni
r .-? nf Mr. L'ji rifle, two cntr brtrtt Hway
J (..Mil and ran to the home. Tbo mail ridur.
r' a aV'ia wp learned tw facta, told us that
' ' 'aniactM very bald, tying Uioir hors
t the Jiouae, eta. On the way up, he saw
' ' i .f lii liati sign.
Ti i.)R, LHiitTxixo axp Uaix Tho prawnt
J h i-eann when thoto thru oelgbritkc liold
I :h carnival ip Ariaona. During the jiast week
rT I XV made things howl. Some of our peals
' inler would mako a timid Californian's
tremble, nnd our (Jaihart of forked light
' would causo him to think of his Ialter od.
-ii-lay morning and Wednesday evening laU,
1 ' neals nf tlumder that pied over thl rieln
' ; fairly made tho ground tromble, and put one
tn id i.f parthtjuake, but noUiin qualsud.
i -xvcaU of rain that descended contompo-'-"
as?y with theao thonder-atormg, and which
kept descending long aftor 'heavon' artille-ry"
1 -"1 run out of oratnutiltlon, "ooverod ull thu
f tnl and made this rogion look like tho couti
1 . bordering red river, Loulijana, when that
'ffjra is on n bender, one vast sheet of water.
' " 'Vainage, Jiowovor is bettor than that of tho
i a'.jr country, and the turbid -waters thus lot
we upon tu soon roll down from our moun
'".u to the sea. Hut, then, wo should thank
Go'l for theso Mitnmor "showers;" that (reshon
1 -d invigorate Mother Earth, and causo hor to
jMd plentifully of tho good things eaten by
'"a and boost.
R' ion has It that another saw.mlll will soon
c f rceted in the vlelnlty of rrtxeett.
I nuMirtTTiimTiiB.-Tlio Camp Whipple Dra
ma lie Association, a company composed entirely
or L. S. Soldiers, gavo two porformances at tho
I roscott Theatre this week, to crowded houses.
The performance, on both evenings, consisted of
Hubert Mnonlrcs or, Tho Two Murderers," will,
elnging, dancing and burlestpio. Wo were pres
ent on Monday nlKlit, at tho closing ncnno in
''Hobert Muenire," where tlmt "villain and scoun
drel was mado to kick tho beam, nnd must say
tlmt Mr. Hillings, ns Hobert Macalre, Tq., died
game and tragically. Mr. Lumonte,ns"llortrnin,"
acqtilttod himself well, and kept the audlcnco in
ono continual roar or lntighlor. I). Mclfculey
acted tho part of Mary "up to the handle."
Mows, roller, Hatght, Wortman, Shaw, Ilolde,
King, Mahl, and Hodnott, wero well up in their
part and acted thorn creditably. The scenery
was very appropriate, and proves Mr. Hotter to
be an artist of no mean order. As wo did not
Hiay long enough to see the pcrrormr.nce through,
we have taken pains to enquire of persons of
tnsto In such matters who "set her through,"
what they thought or It, and they have all ox
prosfted thomsolves well pleased with the perform
ance on both nights, indeed wo nro told that sev
eral of our bucolic maids and matroiu were af
fected to tears nt tho deah-cene in Robert Ma
calre, and, of course, that isglory enough for tho
pnrtit of the tint part.
Lt.-Coi. Wm. H. Gon.n, Haynmster, U. S. A.,
arrived at Camp Whipple, Hromwtt, an Monday
evening, and on Tuesday, paid the "boys in blue"
four months wages. On Wednesday he started
for Camp Lincoln, on the Rio Verde, to pny the
troops there ; thence he will return to I'reacott,
whoneo he will go to Gdmp Mol'hersoH, MoDow
ull and Reno, at which posts he will Hcititdnto
nil outstanding indebtedness against Undo Sam
uel. He came Ha Fort Mohave, and, of course,
paid the holders at that post.
Skoadwjuj. -Two soldlera of Co. L, laghtli
Cavalry, on Tuesday night lat, bnrat the bonds
that boond llww to their good Cnele, left their
bed and bonrd at Camp Whipple, and struck
out into tho world, all alone, in the dark. Tbey
were pursued by a small party of troojn, Wed
nesday morning, lint the party relumed the mate
afternoon without finding their erring brothers.
Mbwm. IkmuEM, Itutti. and I). Henderson, of
Henderwn & Co.. I'recolt, sUirUal, with the
mall rkter and oseort, Satnnlay hut, for Wteken
inirg. Moscrs. Kiui, and !KWmi leUtfdod
Immo Wednesday erenlng. Mr. Itorger, has, we
are Informal, gone to 3ji 1'raiicko, to attend
to tome mining matter.
Mout like liBt-ra trax Mex. -It Ii a pity that
some men cannot conquer their appetite for
strong drink. A apeclmen of humanity lying in
the gutter, dead drank, with a shi ice-Wend of
flashy water running over him. hi a dmgtwttof
picture to look upon, and thi eight wm to heaeen
at rarioo pUo in I'reaeoti, ihk week, itauit-
VmeM l a $m that abonld be pnniftkv.1. Why
men who reeelre bat thirteen dollars per
month and. according to their My, short allow
anee of grab and clothing, wake dewl-joha of
UVcmfelvai, fquaader four muoihs' tay ht on
night, quarrel, tight, gat dlWtgwrod ami ruin their
conttitntiom. are serious nnecUoat for philan
IlioOxrosas. -M;nllumler,of Walnnt Grore,
forwanled to nV, by last yvtlt, a siwpbof nahms
grown by him thi sain, which for sfeoand fla
vor (not strong, for ibfj are of Mexican decreet.)
arc bard to beat. One of theat weighed two
pound. A cluster of triplet weigh! Ave
pounds, lens one otsnco.
Wmttsr Tax. If. A. Wgelew, Avoor of In
toraal Hereane, atldreaMM a wortl or two to bis
oooatiUientx on tW ovida of te-day'g pajier.
It s onr Aputioo that this mSsrml tax m the
"staff of lire." ought to V obliterated, but then
CtagretAMon who drink champagne, which they
never pay a cent for. are the one to " dry the
thbtg op," and the people of Arisosa bad better
pay the tax. no long at the law of Congress wty
they mwat do It. Had It not been for the Good-wtn-Htuhlonl.
UrCormicfc outfit, governmont
would not bare thought of collecting InlacBal
Revenue taxen in thb impoverished Territory,
where dtiom bare to guard life and property,
day and night, from the thieving, aurdorons.
CjtMniEU. fz HcriVM liare made up their minds
to remedy the evils under which our citizens la
tier. They hare just found out the cause of our
slow growth, lack of vimi eta, and ' are deter
mined to drivo hard time out of Central Arizo
na. If it taken all the good In their mammoth
brick btore to do It; at loast they Intimate as
much in a jtrmuttieitmmkt fulminated by them
in thw day s Mwra.
Aaur Scrnjrat Wa,vtbo We direct the at
tention of our farmers to lh advertisement of
Col. K. D. Haker, Chief Quartermaster of the
District of I'rewott, for proposal for fiiraiehing
the United Stnts Govern ment with bellel com,
etc., at Fort Whipple, I'roicoU, at Camp Mcl'her
son, Date Creek, and at Cetup Lincoln, Rio
From tiik HissAVAMrA. Lrvx asb Tikkkt
Ckkkm. Mr. J. I). Munition, who started with
tbo mall far thoea places Wednesday morning
last, and who got back hero Thursday ovonlng,
bad n rough time of H in tho mountouw during
the storm. Shortly after leaving Hreolt lil
horse beeamo sick, and lie was campelled to go
it on foot, but then Unit U nothing for Jim, as ho
Is ono of the bosl walk ere in th.o Territpry. Al
thongh Jim 1ms been in this part of Arizona sinco
ftt. this was his first trip in that direction, but
he followed tho troll with ease. At the Hnlly
Ituono ho says ho saw the finest garden ho has
eeon In tho country, and was well plonsod with
tho mines of that vicinity. At Walker's, on
Lynx crook, ho found tho minors busily en
gaged taking out ore and arastralng It. At Char
loy Taylor's camp, on tho Hnssayampa,ho found
everything ull right; wheol and nrostros nearly
completed, nnd,a very rich lodge opened. Should
Mr. Monlhon continue to oarry this mail, it is hls
intention to also carry anything and everything
needed by the miners nt the various camps, and
they uro anxious for hlni to do so. Ho found tho
creeks nnd gulches dvorywhuro full of water.
Saw somu Indian tracks In tho trail between
l'rcscott nnd Lynx creek.
Faiimeiw, remember that thcro Is to be a meet
ing of tho "Farmer's Association" in this t6wn,
at two o'clock this afternoon. Ho on hand to
attend your interests.
A.J. Muoiti:, Sheriff of this county, ling filed n
bond of $.'0,000, with tho I'robato Judge, as
County Collector, and ai tho taxes for 18C8 uro
now duo, tho sovorotgns must prepare to pungle
to the Collector. Thin thing of paying taxes Is
mighty old, but wo aro ufrald It will never die
Wm. Dkxvwox, of tho Pioneer Livery Slablc.
took a load or provisions to Rig Hug, this week,
Tor Gray &, Co.
Mmwiw. Ghoom, Cole and Little have gone to
tho Sterling mill. Thoy will sink a shaft an tho
"Hlatanka" silver lode.
Stbruxo Mine. A conditional sole or tho
Sterling mine has been made to parties who will
go to work on it inside or fifty days, the sum to
be paid U, wo are iurormed, thirty thousund dol
lars. The gentleman who made the purchase
Intends to work tho rock by thoehlorination pro
cess. Chasb Lokh Work upon this lodo is being
puhed forward vigorously. Another tunnel 1ms
been started. The water comes In fast In the old
tunnel, nnd some spot have to be timbered. The
ledgo is looking well in both tunnels, but Is larg
est In the new.
Tub CiiMwifW Owing to tho wet, damp
weather, which, no doubt, makes tho air bad In
the "Chloride" shaft, work npon the Chloride is,
for the prtnt, not being carried oa.
K. I'. I'leroe, N. L. Griffln and MSton Hadley
went over to the Apia Frio District lost week,
to take a look nt their mining property, leeate
ranches and a water privilege, all of which titer
accomplished. They killed somo der on the
road. It io their Intention to run arostnut soon.
ANOTHER SOUHIM KlU.Kll BT IXWAKS. Mr.
IMvis Inform e us that on the way In, he and Mr.
Sperwor ovurteok a party of Imnlers en the. rood,
beyond American ranch, who bad jt foand the
dead body of a eoldkr named Joeham. s Prus
sian by birth. Jocfcum came from Camp WHIoim
with the Paymaster, and at the time of bb) death,
wns returning, alone, to the Willows. He left
Prmeott about noon on Thursday, and was killed
on the evening of that day. The body was
pierced with bullet In several place, and had
been draggod o4f the road by the tavdenmf
Thh reeaot heavy rauts tfhi some dsmogs to
crop aod iomm. In ttm vlemltr of the I'ottU of
Roek. L. A. gioron aed PA. Itonvrs are the
Wm naderetaad that in oaetcosmty of this Ter
ritory eteetfcm has bean robe of.lna tmatf
oflieer, eieeied at the mte etsetion to Ml raosn
eiet, iHsniMjsn; MM) itMOi to Wbwh thsj were
elected, on the grottMl, e bdlere, that the Gor
emor's " rapplemcBlarr peeelamtttlon was not
in neeoniance with law.
SsrrERAA Itttoreftthsg sbti eame off ia town
during the t week.
We notice thai, rcoeattr, sood and exata
ImproyomonU 1mm been saao the JdsntoHmu
and Capital betiding.
Hov, ii.'.. vs. Mos.-ThoSupreme Court has
aiftruMkl the decision of Jftdge Sawyer, in the
suit of Howell vg. M(m, in which "l)r. Imuc
Howell obtoined damages against the
defends! fr an nllogol libel miWixhetl In the
llrmitr In relation to oMtekle land matter.
Tho lower Court gave the pfetatUl the option
of aocepling a new trial or remitting eno-half
of the damages, from which order the plain
tiff ajqwaloL--A'. F. OlIL
CMKinNsr.. The vinrsvof the CtU insU
says that It h now deflnltely settled tmt the
tenoittus of the Denver Pacitic IlaUroatl vill
le at Cbeyanne.
The Mme ar states there is nn " aoeom
idisbml set nf UtiTSf!,, in that dtr, and that
a degree of imratutity from robbery had been
enjoyed there for sowo time pai-t, but a
change for the wont seemed to h&vu com
menced. Turn Kxtraormxaxy. Tbo Is Ange
las HtfmUirn of the 1 lib int, js.lhst on
Saturday lat a grave was dug In the public
cemetery of that city, for tl intmnent of a
colored boy who wm to be bunod on the fol
lowing day. Vpon the arrival of the funeral
j)roceMon at th pjravo on bunday morning,
it was found that it had Leon appropriatea
by othw parties, and that a corpse was al
ready buried in it. This wc take it, is some
thing new in the way of stealing and bard to
lmat. You bet.
Iowa, alone, of all the States, is out of
debt. Sho does not owo a dollar. This happy
condition of freedom from debt is due to the
wiso and economical administration which
tho people of Iowa have been able to jjive
themfoivoft. Tt ift,indced,an enviable situation,
which other H tales grwanin Uhdcf debt lid
taxation may look at with an admiring oyc
A nti.i. providing for the i?5uanco of arms
to militia in tho South, has been pxsscd.
Tiro Democrats hnro a mrfjnrity in the
Gocrgia Senate Tho latter day Hessians and
Africans aro strongest in number and odor
in tho House.
Qr.a. Nai'Ier, the conqueror of Abyssinia,
was roccivad with groat honors upon his ar
rival in England.
Ge.st.rai. II.vli.ccic vUitcd Monterey, ro
contly. Tho J)nnoerat says ho was hoart'tly
welcomed by old friends, who know him thcro
twenty year ago, ' , ,
Judoc Tbukv has returned to California.
gTILL JiV THE Fl blj!
GJtAND FOJtWAHD MOVEMENT!
DOWN, DOWN, DOWN
GO THE PRICES !
UNl'RKCEDENTED RUSH UPON
D. HENDERSON & CO.,
Wholesale und Retail Dealers In
Cents Heady-made Clothing,
and Furnishing Good,
Mission nnd Pioneer Mills' Woolen Goods,
Fancy Goods, Yankee Notions,
Tobacco, Cigars, Hoots, Shoes, lint, Hosiery,
Buckskin and Kid Gloves,
Nute, Figs, Dates,
Henry's and Spencer's Improved Riflos, Colt's
Pistol's, Masting and Sporting Powder,
Fixed Ammunition, Cajw, Fuse,
Clocks, Fanning Implement, Groceries,
Wines and Liquors.
Dry-Goods, Dry-Goods, Dry-Goods,
CUEAPMl TH AX I! mil I
V77 We can nd shall run a llvelv opposition
to lif-h prices.
D. HKNDERSO.V A- CO.
Comer of Granite and Gnrler Streets,
nyl6 Prefccott, Arizona.
Food and Sale Stable,
The anderslgned bavr constantly on bawdl
HAY AND GRAIN,
Of the best eMllty, and at the Lowbut Rates.
WaKOiii, Uvtmn, naerfie and pack aulroais,
always en band, for mm or hire.
WILLIAM B. DBMSOX.
I'reteeu, Aug. 10, 1867. 1 4-0 ta
Montoauma Otxcct, Pros CO tt, Arisoaa.
JUinLr. SniEEHcn, I'roprieton.
AS "WE DREW OUR OWSrpFTSsr
.Hcor. and Uke rrreat trnins iom-h-imj
make it O. K., ioter of that i.ni..ix!::k'.y,l
ami rtrenctbenlng beterg wJll doumsEL
llll ! OMHftr BfHtl 1 lad takmc iln nf nnr
Ueod LAmtl: ItriEIt. tJMr A .1.
r on band. '
JOUN HAl 1)1,1.,
Preseett, Oetober S, lsot.
GAFnPBELL & BUFFUM,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALERS IN
Roots, Shoes, :
Paint, Oik, ' '
&&, &c, &c
West Side of the Plata, Presootti Arizona.
JORX O. CAMPBELL,
W. M. UOFFUM.
Prcscott, April t, lfe&S.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED WOULD
J. Infonn the jxople of I'rescou and
surronndliir eounln'. that he hss leaned
the ebon, tools, ete. of the Miller brothers, at
J their mneli, one rolla went from Prescott, where
be is preiared to do aa uua or otactsmltttuig tn
a wivrktnanllke manner.
Horse, mnle and ox shoes will !c kept con
stantly on band, and 1 shall endeavor to give en
tire satiifoetlon lu this braneii at tlio mulnets.
Miller's Ranch, .May SO, lSOi
KERU'S CHKAI STOIIE,
In the t Room or the Old Capitol Building,
North Side of tbc Haza, I'reacott,
If you wish te purchase
Grocorios and Provisions,
Liquors, Can Fruits, Clothing,
Or an) tiling else needed by you, for less money
tltau the same can be bonght Tor anywhere eltc
In town. EDWARD KERR.
Prescott, June ao, 1BCS.
Goods well Jlonght, Sell Them
selves. D. nKvpEnso.v, tho senior partner or
tho firm, Is constantly employed in San Francisco
selecting and buying goods, by which means wo
nro enabled to take advantage of tho fluctuations
In prices, nnd purchase our goods at lower rated
than any other Houso in Control Arizona.
my30 I). I1e.vderso,v & Co.
piOiVEHR J)RU(i STOIIE.
On liund and for rmlo-
JltitTa JJahamfor thr Lungt,
JhlV " v
Ay ft3' Clitrry Pectoral, !
OtqooiV India Cholngogue, t
Jlroien'i Jamaica Ginger,
Perry Datixi Pain KiUrr,
GofrlaWB Catarrh Itemaly,
Proien't Jlrondiial Troclut, f
7ryan's Pulmonic Wafer,
Dr. Jhvint't J'UeU Lozenge,
Keating'1 Gmgh "
.AiyneV PaUnt Mtdicintt, , '
And, In fact, a fall assortment of all tho Patont
Medicines usually found In drug stores.
'J'oUei Sxipt, Fancy Artietit, Ptrftmtry,
And a larjrc supply ofDlepcnslng Medicines.
'. li. Physicians' prescriptions carefully and
accurately compounded. E. DARLING.
Prescott, April 24, JSCS.
Wholesale and Itetail HIerclian(s,
LA PAZ und PRESCOTT, Arizona,
Groceries, Provisions, Clothing, Root, Shoes,
Liquors, Crockery, Hardware, Fanning
and Mining Implements, etc,
CALL THE ATTENTION OF THEIR OLD
pioneer friends and the public generally to
their new and s ptendtd ansortmcnt of good', re
eeiitly ifurehtMid, by one of the firm, In ean Fran
clwo, and now on band at their stores In I. Paz
Give u a call and see for yourselves. We aro
nnt wiling for ruinous prices ; ocr motto is snd
has been, Live and Lot Live."
Onr stock In La Paz ! acknowlcdirsd by all
bo bare seen aud examined It, to be
THE LARGEST AND BEST
AsMnmenl of kOvu ever fares jtit t. ti;t f.Issc
Merchants, tanners, miners and others, wUhlcg
to purchase goods, would do well io give us a
call, before parcbajdng elsewhere.
WORMS Bit & CO.
mylC La Par. aud Pre&eutt, Arizen.
E. J. COOK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAH, DEALER IN
BOOTS and SHOES, ti
Crockery, ' Clocks, ' ;r
Iron, Nails, ',. '
Quicksilver, Tobacco, &c,
Is jwepered to fnrnlih the people all kinds of
Merchandise, for Cosh, t
At reaonahle rates, at the
Comer of Granite and Garlcy Streets.
rreseott, Arirona, June ST, 16C3.
GkAY & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANTS
AtLuI'it, tVlckcnburg and Trescott,
. Groceries, ProYisiGns, ClotMngj.etc 53:
Wlf h to call attention to the large assortment of
now on hand at tbclr Store In Prescott. coj-tf
. " .1 rm
Jt ' -'". SJUrl
Baths, Baths, Baths.
WAR3r A1VD COLT) BATHS,',
Can now be had at the
Montezuma Shaving and Hair
In Montezuma nail, Montezuma Street, PrcscotL
SHAVING, HAIR CUTTING, ttc In themo.t
approved mannqr. THEODORE OTTO.,,
C. JACKSON & Co.,
Montezuma St reel, Prescott.
at reduced prices, (or cash, at our samplo rooms,
where Joe aud Sol, tbe handsomest aud noisiest
men in town, will always be on band to dispense
liquors In tho most approved style.
CHAMPAGNE on draft, Wc never slop over.
P. 8. Joe bos now another attraction ItcsiJe
his Purp." O. JACKSON & Co.
rreseott, June S, IfcCS.
TT7E HAVE JUST ARRIVED FROMpfc
T T San Francisco with a largo assort-ssm
ment of LIQUORS, which we offer for sale m