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fkiday, march 17, issa.
ubscripiion, 5,00 per Year Local Intelligence. "WEDNESDAY. Several Chino Yalley people are in town. Mining sales in JKew York are very slow. Railroad contractor Donaldson and wife nre in the citj. G. H. Curry sold a large amount of jewelry fo-day. Raible's mule team, with barly, arrived to day from Maricopa. Tliorne has plenty of delicacies at the Cabinet. Take a look. Good work mules are scarce in this section and command high prices. The Sheriff continues from day to day Wto sell property for delinquent taxes. Rossi, the Italian actor, at GO, is now just beginning to show his great ability in tragedy. Mrs. C. Douglass Brown is having a pleasant time with her mother in old Scotland. It is reported that Conkling refuses to ac cept the judgeship recently given hiui by President Arthur. Rich gold ledges have been discovered re cently near the Big Colorado River. 50 miles north of .Mineral Park. McCollum is in from Bill Williams and reports a case of small-pox at the tunnel. T. J. Simmons is the victim. We arc pleaded to know that Blake tt Co., the accommodating bankers, etc., are doing a lively and lucrative business. Invitations are out for the Social of the T. J. B. Club. All those attending can "be assured of a very pleasant time. And ' Camp Yerde is to be abandoned. The grangeis will be able t stand the press ure without any ver, great inconvenience. The estate of the late Cornelio Ramos is Vabout to be settled up Mr. Ballestero, in terested in the. same, s hnre from Sonora to make tinai settlement. "We acknowledge the receipt of an imita tion to the "T. .1 B " social on Fridayeven ing at Howey's Rail. Sore thumb permit- Vtmg, wewu be on hand. Some cf our f oc d Republican friends think, Hon. Levi Dashfo.d would make a good Delegate to Congi-ess It's so if he could be induced to lend his name. The Yuma Free Press intimates that it is going after Maishal Dike's scalp. Well, we can't uphold Dike's appointments. Some of his deputies are scrubs f the first water. "We were pleased to meet Townsend Cox, Jr., upon our streets to-lay. He is direct from New York City, and comes io look after his mining interests in this S' :ion. Hie latest reports of the conditon of Dr. i J H. Taggartpiy that he is-improving 0.. ugh Dr. Corson thinks that hia-casa still serious. The Doctor's friends still I pe for the best Free Press. In the case of the Territory vs James Vaguer charged with drawing and exhib- siting a deadly weapon which was tried fore Judge Noves this morning dischar- mg the defendant- Hon. Clark Churchill appeared for the defense and Judge Mc Grew on the part of the Territory. Tim Casey has returned from his trip into VAlohave county, on the line of the A. & f. Hailroad line. He found contractors driv ing work and timts lively. Water is scarce, and in some places has to be hauled seven teen miles. Ueef is also getting scarce. Good old rye, such as Bob Connell adver- fcises for sale in the Miner, is plenty, and .helps the boys out when water entirely fails. Major Ingalls, special agent of the Atlan tic & Pacific Railroad, received information to-day from Albuquerque to the effect that the new coaches for the line from iingham Apity to Prescott had arrived, and that the irst coach would roll into Prescott on Sun day next. The delay was caused by the coaches coming over the Texas-Pacific to El Pa3o, instead of over the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe. This is good news, indeed TnCRSDAV Prescott has four fine meat markets. Geo. W. Hance, we hear, is in Prescott, Ileal estate in Prescott is on the ad- r&nce. One hundred bottles of beer were sold to day by Jacoby & Co. A Mr. Atchison, late of Tucson, has taken up residence in Prescott. 9 Joe Crana is fixing up his ranch honse on Willow Creek in first-class style. A Mr. Wilson is now employed by the Bed Rock Mining Company as assayur. "Wickler & Co., on the trail leading to Walnut Glove, have a fine silver mino. Dwelling houses unoccupied aio scarce in Prescott. Good buildings command high Tents. The 'T, "J. B Social to-morrow night. INone bat those having invit .ti ns will be .dmittcd. The largest and bst mine on the Pacific coast is the Ei Dorado at Gold Basin, Mo have c -uu y. W. H. Thp no hits been investing some of iis hard arned caili in property sclc for de linquent taxes. Assessors should sec to it that cattle are assesei at their mil value and the various herus care! inly counted. .iur. tsacon nas become owner ot a nne Wtallioii oi the jS'oriiian stock. He is the best horse in the count. Robert Connell shipped two loads of liquors to the li. R. line to-day for his customers in that section. Marsal Dodson arrested a man this morn ing for throwing ashes containing coals of fire in one of the back alleys. Apache county ought to have a newspaper. The Miner will furnish material toanygood printer who wishes to purchase. W About twenty teams loaded to-day at tho Tarious mercantile houses in Prescott, It is a mystery where all the goods go to. Wm. Stanfield, the old freighter, for many years past doing business iu Nevada, flunks of coming to Arizona to settle. They have whisky n Pima county which -will kill a rattlesnake. This liquor wasn't manufactured at Pcto Kitchen's ranch. Charley Behm has been out in the hills looking after his mining interest, of which lie has man;-, and some very good ones. E. S. Junior is recovering from a severo spell of sickness, during which time he nearly exhausted Doctor Lincoln's supply of drugs. We havn't seen a Tombstone Epitaph for set -ral weeks, hciK-e Ii ive lost run of church matters aim Mr. Stebbins of Tomb stone. John Raible has a fine brewery adjoining the Miner oflice, and on the opposite side-of the street exteusivo bottleing and packing buildings. Great activity prevails among the lady residents of Prcscott in beautifying their front yards by planting shrubbery, sowing flower seeds, etc. February 28th was issued to E. Stahl, of our city, a patent for an ore concentrator, tv.-l r i A . 1 ' wnicu oius iair w come mi" general uu iu all milling countries. More seed will be plauted this spring in Yavapai County than ever before. Th amount of small grain now in the ground doubles that of hist year. Jacoby & Co. to-day shipped to saloon men on the line of the A. & P. R. 11., sev eral barrels of beer. This firm is doing a biff trade in that direction. Mr. Layton, of the Perry mine, "hove" in sight yesterda3. He tells us that the new town on ths llassayampa is io be named Jenniiigstown or Uopher Hola. Blacksmith James Howey ; kept busy sharpening plows, shoeing hoises, mules, burros and oxen for his many admiring cus toiners. Ho is a good workman. Try him Work all ;donr the R. R. line is to be pushed forward in earnest. The Company is getting anxious about the spuedy com pletion of their A. & P. line to the Pacific coast. Thank God At last, after years of taxa tion, people of Prescott have cancelled the debt owed by the city f t our fine public school building. Ihe last year tax ended the matter. Hon. John G. Campbell is about to be come immensely wealthy through the Pellelier patent, and, Should he decide not to be a Candida e tor Uongress, wu' go to Europe in the interest of the company. Church investigations are getting fashion able every here, even in Arizona. Rather than be overhauled by a uV-acon of church we would run away if we were blessed with a g.od horse of fine qualities and blood. A man went t- the County Hospital yes terday with one of his arms wounded by a shot from a pistol. lie received his injuries somewhere on the raiboad. Doi-ter Ains worth will, to-morrow, make an examination of the wound. Postmaster-General Howe has an ad vertisement in the MtNEH which will b interesting to stage men. Send to the Second Asst. P. M. General, Washing ton, for full information. Major Jithns'in. the attctive Paymaster in Nortm rn Ariz mi, ivcciwd to-day, through Wiiis. i'jirgo & Oo.'s exp-ess, a great many snvcr and grce!ib.u;k d liars, which lie will distribute very soon aun.ni" the bos in blue. A young nun of twelve summers peering through the door of Wclis, Faivo & Co's office to-day, and taking a square view of many thousand dollars received by the Pay master, asked what route the officer would take to Whipple We inquired for the name of the young hopeful, and found out it to be Basques, llather a narrow escapo for Maj. Johnson. A man appeared at the Miner Office to day who. claims that he was once caugm oy desperadoes and hung until nearly dead, oe cause hmv. wtfW-yiom. u wkiu -prfC'.'U lucre he had that the sensation was grand heavenlike, and only equalcu by the climate of this section of Arizona. Come to heaven Indications are favorable for a lartre emi gration into this part of Arizona this spring and summer. The mines are attract me the attention of capitalists, while our public lands subject to settlement are among the best, and will tempt poor people to take them up and make homes for themselves and families. Communications to the Miner from Ante lope Station are rejected for various reasons. Mr. C. P. Stanton is an old resident, who has long lived at that place and held to his minins properties. .Moreover his affairs are in a legal condition and should not be handled by the press. Let justice have its way. and rinht will prevail. Wo believe also that there is always two sides to question. Acent Tiffany, of the San Carlos reser vation, was recently given a grand reception by his wards, the Apaches." Dancing was indulged in not the German, but the In dian. The ladies were dressed in their finest style, short dresses, low-necked, with tights no paint. The bucks wore their usual coats with trails. "Tiff" must have felt the importance of )is station. Chief Quartermaster Hodges of Arii zona has instructed the Miner to publish his advertisement inviting bids for sup plying the Govei nnient for this Depart ment, with fuel, hay and gra.n, ror one vear. commencing July 1st. 1882. and ending June 30th, 1883. Here is chance for speculation; but don't get your fingers burnt, gentlemen. Frank Murphy and Johnny Ellis went out on Monday to Walnut Grove for the purpose of examining Mejia's 300-foot gold untie. Tney made the examination, iouna the ledge as represented, but conclude it will require a large expenditure of cash to nronerlv find out inst what the mine is worth. The ledge on -.top covers a small mountair. but is cut up with veins of min eral running from a few inches to two and three feet in thickness. 1I1EATRICAL, .D. Miner: As vou aro aware, our theater was well filled last evening with an ludicuce wh eviiient'.y enj--jvd the lively opeiuttas r.l l.i .i Auvugue ai.d Peiiejopt both of which Llc Well ltliuelcd. Ill truth T could find no f.odt v.ith any of the charac- t '-s. Mrs. Croaker, in Penelope, acted tlu lou i spoken mis. less to peitcction, win e Penelope, in thr charming housemaid, proved herself equal 'o the trying p a i n ser.j S a ch a unstress of the house, iiid caring io sc rjof lovers under eritic.il ciiviimstauccc. T'le lovers were full of lesources, as well s of the spirit of tho play, and nobly sus tined their several p irts, as all are aware and Mr. Dauphin "nose" iu particular. The singing in both pieces was really superior to anything that has hitherto been heard in Prescott. Each voice in the choruses could be distinctly heard, and, upon the whole, I think our amateurs, as well as the orchestra, deserve much praise. If, as I am told, Peuelope is ere long to be repeated, with the new operetta of "The Barber of Bath," I trust the announcement will bring together an audience which will fill the house to its utmost capacity. "The ra"k is but the guinea's stamp, The man's the gowd for a' that." BLUNS. Tim Casey has retu rntd from to the country. his trip Personals. J. J. Fisher and wife are in Prescott on a visit. H. L. Clark a No 1 railroad n ni Js j making this city a visit. Donald Robb of the Belt, is in Boston. Engineer Clark and wife are stoning at the Williams house. Win. H. Reynolds, a mining capital ist from California, arrived to-day. J. G. Campbell one of Prescott's best merchants, has gone to Washington on a business trip, to be absent for several weeks. T. J. Simms at the Bill Willams mountains, is down with small pox. It. JR. contractor Donaldson is doing Prescott. Townsen Cox Jr., lias returned from New York. TO DAY'S NEWS. Engineer Clark is in the City. A storm secm3 to be brewing. Peach trees are in blossom at Phenix. The tunnel will be completed in May. Fred Freeman is inwith his fast freight team. Xew silver dollars are plentiful in this section. Geo. Lail will complete his railroad con tract in three months. Robert Connell received a full cargo of liquors to-day. Send iri your orders. Several fat veal were received to-day by Acker & Walker at their meat market. Hon. Pat Ilainilton, of the Democrat, de parted for rhenix to-day on private busi ness. Catholic Church, Sunday, March 19th, solemnity of St. Patrick and St. .Joseph's day. Mass at 10:30 a. m. Chief Justice French leaves this city on the 3d day of April fr Mineral Park, where he will hold a term of the District Court. Two advertisements appear in this issue of the Miner referring to the fine horses of Mtssrs. Bacon fc Wilder. Those wishing fine stock should profit by reading wh at they have to sav. letter Lit3t. List of letters remaining in the Post Office at Prescott, A. T., for week ending March 18, 1882. Allen, W H Keenan, J" Kenndy, Miss L Lowonfels, C Y Litton, R D 2 Lee, Miss L McKaig, i W Murphy, T Miller. Mrs H J McClelland, G S uIcKinnou, J Reed. J N Radd, W J Robinson, N Richardson, L D Rider, J Stone, U S Simmons, Mrs E C Stephens, Mrs N A Qurner, M 2 Qunstall, P White, W H Boyce, J B Burk, G Boise, J Boley, C M Blasingame, J W-2 Berkey, M Boyce, J C uinolly, J Clark, A Dreibelbis, C Donnolly, C Eames, Prof H H Fancy, J Field, F W Griffith, J Gardner, J S Holden, W Hazen, T J Hamilton, if Jainer. Mrs M Please say advertised. T W. Otis, T.M. Railroad Work. ivtieb kz .(lie 'cnQtictnT"?lr, i t.. Shennficld, having the most westerly sec tion, near Beal Springs, was notified to sus pend work temporarily, pending the sale of bonds sufficient to execute the work througl to San Francisco. For this purpose $16,- 000,000 were required. Bonds were offered and in a very few days the whole amount was taken, and now comas orders for Mr Shennficld and all other contractors to crack their whip and push grading as rapidly as possible. While tho Atlantic & Pacific peo ple are pushing their line westward, Messrs. Crocker, Huntington & C. arc coining east from Mohave Station, in California, at a rapid rate. Soon will they water their iron horse from the Colorado River: but then their mission will not have ended, for they are coining te Prescott with their line, and thence south to Phenix and Maricopa. This may be consiucreu vague guessing, but reality will follow. Wo can't have too many railroads, and Messrs. Crocker & Co. arc welcome to come right aLng and partake of some of the pic to be gathered up by a railroad in this sec tiun of Arizona. TO-DAY'S TELEGRAPH, Washington, March 1G. The Ways and Means Committee will recommend a bill to morrow to reduce tax on whiskey from 90 50 cents pwr gall" n; malt liqucrs 92J to CO cent per barrel; tobacco 1G to 10 cents per pound; cigars G to $4 per thousand, and reduction of 50 per cent in special tax on above articles; also repealing of buys taxim; DanK capital, deposits, checks, matches. stamps on medicines, etc. Reductions will amount to ab.ut G8,000,000. All doubts as tp how Garfield's letter to the late Chief Justice Ch.ase became public hits been removed. iSohuscher, private -Sec retary to Chase, furnished cpy to Dunn. llosecraus chosen chairman of Democratic Congressional Committee and also Uhairinai. of Executive Committee. House passed bill appropriating S150.000 for relief of Mississippi surferers by iloods. and strengthening levees. Cuicauo, Mar- h 1G. A Pittsburgh spe cial says. ' James .H.iine is Here, tic id tie principal stockholder in the lniu ot 11. C J JlCk kV V ., c ill and c.ta.a dealers. In the (iaruela-Kusecrai'ii cuijtrovers , lie said: The subject is being discussed by act rs iu th scene, and it u n"t my place to iulci- lere. 1 took its history as I lound it. L u shall change, lay it n t to me.' " lt.:Aii.NG, March 1G. iver 100 cists o; virulent sraal -pox has developed in .5 luth JJethlehem since Sunday. Tne ex- citLiiieut is terrible. Strict quarantine ana vaccination have been utterly ne-'iected. All business is suspended. Salt Lake, March 10. The receipt of the news of the passage of Edmunds' bill has created great excitement in the city The people of Otah feel to-day as did the negroes in the South when the emancipation I r o amation was issued A heavy snow storm on the Central Pa cific road has delayed the trains at lilue Canyon. bnow slides have carried away the snow sheds east of Emigrant Gap. A ashiiH'ton dispatch says a petition is being signed by the Illinois delegation to ptoniote Col. Con to Brigadier General. Mxrivova, March 17. Express for the following parties left by staxB this morniii": Young, Goldwater, N. H.'Co.J S. Goldnu- ter, Prof. Shafer, and Herzoir. Cloudy and stroni' westward wind. Every indication of heavy storm. Fresh candies, nuts and Christmas "ood just arrived at JJouea & Spencer's. dl7 BUSINESS LOCALS. llo'.sca io rent ; a) ply to J. T.. Fi'her. Paints and Oils at Randall's VM mi hs nil t edired roll butter at Herzog's. A1! brands of smoking and chewing to hiiceo. and the best and cheapest chrars. at j Biines & Spencer's. dl7 Ciias. A. Randall has now a complete Hue of Harness and Saddles which ho is selling at roatly reduced prices. f9-tf Nicely furnished rooms for rent by the day. week or month. Apply to Joseph liiiile, corner Willis and Montezuma streets. (d31-tf) Instructions on the banjo taught by an experienced teacher. Orders left at this ollice, or the Diana, will recievo prompt at tention. mJ tf The public is hereby notified that Lou Romberg is no longer in my employ and is not authorized to contract indebtedness on my account. J. T. Simms. Prescott, December 3. 1831. tf The finest butter that reaches this market is imported by Jlerzog. He gets the choicest brands and pays the highest price for it in the ban r raucisco market, and expresses it through f'28 I have just received 12 barrels of Prime California Butter, 19 cases of Lard, a lot of rnmo Mackerel, Codfish, Syrup, Oat Meal. Cracked What, Currants and Hominy; also iu barrels ot crushed sugar, a Inch 1 will sell wholesale, at low rates, for cash. f24 J. L. Fisher, Auction Houso. To nighc. A ue play (one Hundred taces) will appear in rrescott during this wtek, at the Cabinet Club 1'arlors. Mr. Taylor will appear m the first act a3 cashier and manager. All persons may enjoy themselves and spend pleasent evening over a Club House Cigar, and witness tlie play. mh3tf Dentistry. Dr. Gladwin, Dentist, will remain m l'rescott till the first of April next. It is now three months since I opened my ollice in Prescott. In that time I have made over thirty whole and many parts of sets ot teeth, and, m the meantime, have had a large number of persons call that wish for whole and parts of sets of teeth made, but have not the means to pay me my regular pnce3. iow, 1 will say to such parties, come in and get your teeth made, and my prices shall conform to your means. Don't delay any longer: I have a large stock of teeth to select from, and am propared to fit fny mouth, no matter how bad, or how old a person may be, I warrant a perfect tit. office iu Waldo House, Montezuma St. ml NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 'Iron Wood" U a dark iron firay, weight 120011m., IChm Is hh;b, oi ck inilie tiitl uil, iri 11 bo ihire yrara old til 3d oi J.i e ilex ; viii die by Good .uouli; dsiu wj 11 te seiiktr, iun be ceu at AuTil Hock. P. C. WILDER. I'lfscolt, Mirch llth. US2 ';u00(l Enough" It a dii).-Ie griy, silver Diane cd tail, 17 hsudi high, S nais old, rtin'i- 1370 lbs., was eiied by & thorough htxl Fremli borfe'dem thoroughbred Noruau; wheu 4 years old v3riiii; iitcd to Illinois by Mr. Perry. This norm will beat the staole of Mr. IIjcoii, m i'rescott , until t e liloi May. Mb. BACON, P.O. WILDER. Pre-cott, Mirch l"th, 5SW. iul7-lia utii!! Jo rJiufo ljcajjo u ! Lash Orrici AT raescoTT. A.T. I jiHich iOih.lb a. f Notice is lirr.-liy gicu lhit the IoUv.wiQK named et'.lor hai ili-il a -t!cj of liii intention to msite li'-l jirouf iu mjiihirt of Uia cuiui, mu1 tecure tiunl entry tberrvf u. i:if b. I.juu OJic-. a. Prescott, A. V , on 11H.20.U dayuf Apiil, 1SS2: W. K.JFerrie: II E No. for llii . ; of E 4 anil N of a K !i ec 19 I W 1 E 1 'iVt raid mines the fuliowing a limnit .ms , viz; Ueori;o Wosdell, rji.zuu i. Il:iu1h, Hrnry ."!. Jirrbcrt, i busies Taylor Ld Guilford Jiatha y. all of Viapa: Ci.uuty, A. T. nilO-Ct WILLIAM N. KLLET, .Kejlster. J. ROCK'SS NURSERIES, a new de;cripti-e catalogue cf FRUIT TEEES Sut Jluarinir Trees,! Ric, ContainiiigMany New And Rare Fruits i: non- r ly and Kill uai'el lo applicants en ue-w dee crip iva catalogue of c:os iur a a rem sinmn to ciK'omers WT.Haut cnari?. Orannnfril mi immm liml - I wil '"l-l UIIJ kUg'UtS I IUUU I SHRUBS, HOSES, PAL3IS, Ilam')oo, eto. is now ready aurt will be mailed io nil in. ..itAn..n i i t .i - . . To all Regular Cubtomen Wittout Charge JOHN ROCK, t "vt" t Ti'n nTT i nibiSwlm The European Style CABINET, i). C. TflOENE, Prop. tiie p;r,Mjsq Ann kW IW ASD INVITING, THE TABLES will be supplied with evuryt'iing in this ami Ilia Cmjoriij nvirl-uts, af Seasonable Prices! Tiie Il-iuse wil! he tun oa THE EUROPEAN PLAN, so tliut line h,i mtronij Ilia CABI'KT will only have to PAY FOR WHAT THEY GET. March 3, !&!. CARTRIDGES ! ALL KINDS, JUST UECE1VKD AT ci'-i-sriin'tiM' r v t; pi dailV axd THE I'll I -. OTT M L i l ik VVWEK1CLV, ITiKSCOTL ELLIS- Cash Itore ! PI1EJ-COTT. Goods EougLt for Ca? h Ana Scld for Cash Wholesale and Retail Dealers' in FOREIGN & DOM EST IJ (jrocories Provisions ETC., ETC., ETC. Jutsl Side of riuzu, Second liuddiiuj south oj the Lank oj Arizona. PRESCOTT, ARIZOKT-a., ci e. bee leave to tcni.unre to the rmi.V nf Pro colt and T.'cinily tint we have jnst Ofened a largo au- coniiuie hoc oi broceries and Provitlcns, uhich, WITHOUT MUCH TALK ! we propoee to slllower n the low, ft. Our coeds are fresh, and of the best qaa'dty . We Guarantee Everything1 we una ui aciuuu Lite money up when we say Tra give live icun.'s of anything we uu urn uieau louranu a nan poundH. GIVjB US A 1 RIAL! ael we nlve yon sat'f factirc, sid I.opo lo receive a por tion of your patronage At otir store, on rppllcotion, yon will receive our circular and general prices current, whicn w hope yOu wiil ca!l for. COUNTRY PRODUCE TgrOi every def c-ipticn, bought for cjsU or tradeiEJ N. EI..ETS. aw Mill! ON LYNX CREEK. Ur-MIH. the latijt Improved machinrT?, con. mum oi Bawa, tmixsiiLi; HAUtmiE. and PLAINER, I am praparsd, at ths shorten notice, to fill &U orders for tha follo-risc kinds of Lumber either at the Mill oratnr Ltunbor Tard la ?ret cott namely MFRCHA N TABLE Li KA 11, V H FA C'ED Mn If lied Fioorinsr, Casicgs, Mouldings, Panelings. and bhingles, OP THE FINEST QUALITY ! In ebort everything in my line for the construction of First Class Buildings. TERMS- CASH ON DELIVERY. E2f"All orrbrs sent bv mall, or lliroiih ihe mr- chutt of Frtflcottt receive prompt attcntwu. gko. w. cuuns. May 29, 1S73 Hotel & Restaurant IIATZ OP TKK Pionesr Hotel Restaurant, MOXTEZU.MA STREET, one door south of the Miner 'cilice, ttocW rercc'nlly infirm ihe public tb it uTMl ba found at HIS OLD PI.ACI3 OF AUSliVKSS. au lions to inest his cnsiorfiJiT, old and ct w . cf ray realaitrant at aQ times Will be Supplied with all the Market Affords. Ami Eoard at tlie Lowest Prices of tho Country. THK HAl? ,s "TP'ffd with the choicest wine, IUL BA liquors. U-ars, etc. 2T A call is asked and Satisfaction is Guaranteed Jg J)A IIATZ, Jnue 1, lfl. Assay Office! ASSAYING DONE IN ALL ITS BILVNCEES. Qphl an.tl Silver bullion Melltxl intoSars and Stamped. Analysis made of ores, witu a view of es tablishing proper treatment CEAEGES FOR ASSAYING; CI old and Silver Oro. . . , , $2 00 Blowpipe Tes)s(qu;ditutirc) 75 Charges for aU ctlicr worE r low as Is consistent, with care and coro-clne'ii. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. E. STAHL: Meat Market fliONTEZUilA iiT., PRESCOTT. (Old Tra!o Market StanO. ) GOOD MEATS E7ERYTHING ELSE. Ceo ally Ke t in Market. Having, for a ijiitf time l ait, icaitid on customers iu this iniirLttfcr fa'sry, I am lo rr.iinii:" it ou m owu arc'-uut. ami iioin-. by huucnhlA i caliniraad strict at" ntiou to I'lixiui-j", to Mcutc a preitj" liro fliarJ of jmunc j airon&KC- lesject nil'. WILLIASI 1IKI-.L! Ii. Pru-o-'tt. "larch a. 18--.'. SLSiiP COMFORTABLE Sprnig BecliLooneg Upholstering & Paper Hanging PIUL'ES, IlKASOXAULE. 59" i my nlacc of bn-iutu, r.e r the D-mrcrat cfllc V W.i.AM AVI I ( J r.i PPtESrOTT. W I THIS HOUSE HAS BEEX Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished A3D E00I&S ARE NOW 0IFEEE3 EOS EENT 9 This House is Hard and Airy. Beds Clean and Comfortable, and the Situation is the best in Prescott. GUI! LEY STREET, Prescott, Arizona, January 1G, 1S82. ir r if - in lit? muiiaruJi u&sjii jo.uu.ss P. B. BRANNEN & CO., Proprietors. Respectfully announce to our patrons and Store at Flagstafr, our facilities for handling goods will ensure the f-peedy deliver j of now goods, Loth from California and the East. Our teams carrying fresh good East and West between our Prescott and Flagstaff Store. In addition to our former stock of carry at PlagstaT a full line of Gent's Misses' and Eoys' Uoots and Shoes, and WHOLESALE LIQUOR BUSINESS. "When our stock of Liquors, now in transit, arrives, we will transfei ouf Wholesale Liquor Business to Flagstaff, the best of Liquors and Cigars, at the Our Stock of Groceries, as heretofore, -will always be Choice and- Fresh, both at Prescott and Flagstaff. Thanking our patrons for past favors, we hope bv strict attention to the wants f our customers, to merit still further P. 12. BKAMVE.V Prescott. A. & P. S. S. TiME SCII ED CLE. GOING EAST. Trsiinn T.ut leave Ca-ipmDiablo.it 3: 19 k m.: crrire at Wnslow at 7:-0 for '.ire.kfast: at AUranuenme 7rJ6 p. GOING "WEST. WIubIow 7 p. M. for aiffr.andat Canyon Uiabld a S:l p. M. Information couni't (f rcsrger ur filtgtlbtul ncen cull ou c. vr.i;aALi,Aoi.T, l'rescott, A.T. mil W. ffi. BUFFUffi, -DEAL2ii IN- o a-: nj. i S f '3 ii s n & t ss s PR1ISC0TT, AEIZOFA, . At.::?;cY ton THE CALIFORNIA FODDER VORKR miKlh'JS ISi-'O, BLAKE & CO. 3 -A. 3KT J3Z E R S , PBEStOTT. -r -Z?-"- AltlZOA'l ( . GJtRJWOXDENTS : H ells, J ar.-o Co., : A'ew York Veils, I ar-jo f- ( Hank, San Francesco E-Will purchase or make advances on Uoul, bilver and Lead Bullion, Exchange. uounty anil lerntonal Indebetdness and Mercantile'Faper, Tol.rrtli Transfers and Sidi jnuis ior Miie, j ayaisie ac all pnncipa cities in the United States and Europe. ggTDErosiTd Received, repayable on demand or stated tune, tollectionsmade and a General Bankinir Business trans acted. j - ART GAILER1 Cortes? Sv.. Oft Surlcy a-id Waii. PKESCOXT. A. T. c'arte de Visiles, Issj jm is. Is. Vic torias & 810. :i Spec iakly. rtuiuv EXKOUTEO IS 1'Ii'ST-Ol.V.SS STl'Lt tacoiic Yitws of Arizona Scenery ALWAYS ON HAXD, Coinptising Fceiics of Prefcott and vi ciuit, Camp Wliipple, Verde, McDowell and others. Views of Buildings, jMininj Camps, etc,, q: iiiui t notice D. F. MITCHELL SOMES & SPENCER, Mtheo' fiaml. on MonVsui-i ttt tn '.ir.r annii. of Ov y, Iea'ra in mi S T H-rco, COXl"2C- Tir iiY. VhVi rs axd nxE ouooi kiks errnwot fully nvltc tlwiatkntiou of tho l.nhlln in our 'arge anil varitil stock ami Ruarsnt.e tt Q 1 V 'llc falBt MlSafactlon to all purciiaevr. lukm.onhiuil full nrlnnl of tlie cUoifH' brapd of ClHare anil CiRarreta?, nne-cut an-1 1Ipk Smokliw aiut lu-w'tiK Tul'kcoo, l'iiea rouch es audTobacco-ltoxrii, a' b Hln-fk j riceB, 'ami Tery one ros6 PJ A Y with a smlllne f acr lit rmi'fiirc a in - of . uiin din bcason return 11 B UT Kb ffi fl 51 ii mm mm or runner iii. cv. Hi nsfnl for j i" r w '1- I s ci Hmunce c ho 1 le nl p. tr n ' .w on u, i:o-ii- hlfrrCs. wiUlioariniire-tioii PRESCOTT. Liliiilii DAY, WEEK 0B HOiTH? Finished. Booms are all Large PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. tf tbe public, that since opening our Branch Groceries and .Furnishing Goods, -ve now Clothing, Loots and Shoes, Hats, Laduvj' an assortment of Hardware. and will be able to supply the trade with Lowest "Wholesale Prices. increase of public patronage. GOLDBN RULE STORB C0K. GUJELEY & GOOD WIS STS. Te tnlve by tic lEtb iuslsnt, conjinisicg full avottuiciit of Elegant Papetories, nnil tho Unoit BtocVJjf HOLIDAY BOOKS I over Drought to this martct. Christmas, New Tears and Birthday Cards. CONFECTIONERY. BT0.a' Oil I'aiiitinsi, Chromes riulosstilPietmrts - tSyWelJuvi Iho flnoft and larJeom,; scciof . N?i"Tr GLGTHHV6, F urnisluwj Goads, Woolen Underwear, Moots, Shoes, Hals, Buck Gloves, ever opened In tliiepact,COnrrtccKa;Fo oorerrfscs a full line of Stationery, Fancy Goods, Pi3toIs, &uas, Fixed Ammunition .VoUons.'LfRanilantii, Tobscco, Cipsrs, Uinl dpn Garden Seeds, Etc., Kfc. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, December 8. ISfil. REDEEWPTSO OF COUNTY WARRANTS I will pay f presentation, the ibllowuur irarrants on the GENERAL FUND, Nos. la to W, inclusive. Tlie holders of said warrants are horeby notified that interest there the date hereto affixed, and that if the same be not presented within ton davs. t!i fun.? set apart for their redemption will be applied to the payment of warrants next in tlie or der in which they were issued. E. J. Cook, rmuitv Treasurer. Tresuott, March 11, 18S2. BANK OF ARIZONA Prescott and Phenix, A. T. SOL. LEWIS,... M. W. KALES,.. . . .. Preside?' t Cashier COR UESPOK DEXTtf. Rank of California, San FrattBtico. A'mc York La tula ic C Co.. A Gfiicjul Unit kin Business Transact TDrafts and r.?ie'n-ai)hic Exchansru n all the princiiial cities of the United tate.'!, bought and sold. Valuable Minii's; Priiertr.Iiouscs -tn;., ior sate. The uniirivIirDed k dc firusi.f a nu-')vilr . terjt lundiVMled) ia lo original keatxibs on the Kb rhirdt lode. Lmx Croefc. J lilt ura. wIt unw. peclod by thr- ha-.dnl tt of hft- aad tHBuelu TlielidKH in threofet d'. cairr nlvin- nilcalil nr. which h,Hys from $J5 tt- SH-.-0 1 or km. A , thu ho7 ctereift in two houses ai l a stcble. IVr anirulars Uwiulteof AI.tlBST KM.WIOK. U pper I.jbx CUeeli For Kent tsrSale, he undi rfi'irted c.r."- - en, v' h Ick t e . rRent ar u, oii otic no ft'W ri li i a i p. ! r pa- j' - m i t am cm.j a.-ikou Th atiuttiauilLvt. Si L1NDSA.