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-j 8. Woob. K- Wood.
E. D; WOOD & BEO.
fiSHOLBSALE AND RETAIL
EX.t CHEAP FOR CASH
Tn, JulyU,lS75. 40-tI
SATURDAY, - A0 VEMBER G. 1875.
a. biLVKiiBEiio of E. X. Flch A Co.. left
San Francisco by steamer, October 23, for
ban Diego ana Tucson.
yiorsnee, Pinal County, Arizona.
1 TEW AND COMMODIOUS HOTEL
J. li opened lo me puouc hi.
Florence, JPiual County,
-...rthlnr neat and clean. Meali fur
..,.! t all hour; also a convenient
P Triai: Moderate rates.
rtr JIM SAM, Proprietor.
Axuit7, 1175. iMf
HAVING ENLARGED AND REFITT
d my salesroom, and Increased my
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
i would respectfully Invite the public to
11 nd examine my gooas ana price, a
THE SIGN OF THE MORTAR,
On Centres street, at my old stand.
Will s'Tei promptattentlon tocompouud
inr physicians prescriptions, and all or
ders from th town and surrounding
,ountry. CHARLES H. MEYERS.
VILX.IAV CfHLHC8. I.KVX RUOCLES.
Smelting, Eefining & Assay "Worki,
Flerenee. Pinal County, Arizona.
mHE UNDERSIG-NED ARE NOW PRE-
X proiJk wj purcHasi jar
Casfc all Smelting Orei,
snd pay the Highest Price, upon delivery
stour whrke In the ' totvn of Florence, Pi
ntl Count', Arizona. Or wo will
WORK ALL SMELTING ORES
t a rrasonable price for the owner.
W are also pre.pared to elve working
rnulU if all ores entrusted to tin. which
will r jclrrii na the shortest notice.
Within twentr day from the date of
Ihli notice we wlllte prepared-to give for
hIow price, CORRECT asi-ays of all oren
sntruiltd to us.
JENNINGS k CO.
Vlorsnc, Arlrosa. August II, 1875. 15-tf
The Court-house, Jail and County Re
corder fronts present a very tasty appear
ance since the painter has been at them,
In accordance with the order of the Super
visors. The doors and windows, lnclud
lng their casings, are very neat In their
new coats of paint.
Lojid &. Williams han- an Immense
stock of poods on hand and more coming
every week. Early In the week, they re
ceived 3000 pounds by train of Ludgerlng,
and yesterday over 7000 pounns by Quln
lan's train from Yuma, and another whole
train load Is due tho firm any day from
the east via Santa Fe.
SrROEAUT Piiozdovius finished his work
In Tucson Thursday and yesterday-went
to Camp Lowell to adjust the Slcnal Ser
vice Instruments at that point, after which
he will go to Pbenlx, Wlckcnburg, Pres-
cott aud Verde and complete his work In
Arizona and then return to San Diego.
Ho is devoted to his business and we t-
lleve Is thoroughly competent.
.The ladles of Tucson are preparing for
aflnejball, the net proceeds tbbo applied
to the payment of the debt on tho public
school-house. The weather Is crowing
cool, nights long, and the gentlemen are!
anxious for a lively 'dance and we are
pleased to know they will soon have one.
Jon Barleycobn A. Demi John have
been lately doing considerable business In
Tucson, and so far as we can hear, arc pre
pared to continue on even a larger scale, If
their customers Insist upon It. These two
Johns are always ready for business early
and late alike. They pursue a steady and
certain line of business, even if their cus
tomers do now and then cut and shoot
and otherwise distinguish themselves.
Tiik attention ot local capitalists Is di
rected to tho advertisement of the Territo
rial Prison Commissioners, who offer 325,.
000 of Territorial bonds for sale and solicit
sealed proposals therefor. These bonds
are very desirable. Tho Interest on them
will be paid twice a year. Men who want
a ready and acceptable security, can get
nothing superior. Probably not a money
lender In Arizona would hesitate to lend
money on these bonds to the full extent of
the value of the bond or bonds offered a
security, especially if the borrower pos
sess any character for honesty.
Tfie Pirk Brewery,
Foot of Pennington Streak
8niPVE.vrs. Tuesday Ludorlng's train
arrived from Yuma with government
stores consigned to Tully, Ochoa & Co., for
Lowell, Grant and Bowie. On Wednesday,
Tully, Ochoa & Co. shipped to Bowie some
lime, lumber, etc. for government, and
goods for their own store -there. Yester
day, Qulnlan's train arrived from Yuma,
with 5000 pounds government stores for
Grant; 21,000 pounds merchandise for Tul
ly, Ochoa Co.'s Tucson home, and 200Q
pounds of stuff for Gov. SatTord. J. Neu
gas. S. G. Marcou, the Surveyor-General,
and others. Degucrre's train .Is duo from
rpHE UNDERSIGNED WOULD BEG
J. leave to iofurni toe public that the
TABIC BREWERY at the placo of Levin's
nrljlnal I'joneer Brewery Is now fitted up
sncrinr isn-Kt nna must
Hon. Colics Basiifoiid and family are
duo here In about two weeks, and will oc
cupy the residence of Hon. II. S. Stevens
until next Summer at least. The Govern
or has so far arranged his business at Pres
cott, that he docs not expect It will be nec
essary to return there again for several
months. It Is only a- couple of wcoks
i since Col. Bob Wood, wife and children,
(arrived from California In Tucsou. where
they expect to permanently reside. The
fact Ik families an- now arriving so fre
quently as to not attract the notice they
did a few years ago, but they are uon tho
nd It prepared to suppiy
BAR ROOMS. HUTLKRK. FA M I LIES. Ac
with a Superior articU; at
Liter Beer, Ale and Porter.
Also, will keep at the Brewery a fine as
rtmnt" of LUNCHES x -ill hours.
October IS. 1873. tf.
CTTY T: ATtivET.
' . FILLER. - -
Tm:Sonon authorities claim that arm
ed organizations to aid the revolutionists
In Sonora, are being effected In Tucson.
In this as In almost everything those au
thority do and say, they are wrong. In
dlvlduals, mostly citizens of Sonora, sing
ly and In parties, small In numlwr, have
always passed to and fro between Tucson
and Sonora, and they seldom ever go un
armed. In the latest disturbed condition
of Sonora, which embraced n couple of
forced contributions ot money, by govern
ment, tho niovements of Sonora citizens
back and forth have been tnbro than usu
ally noticeable; but as to any social or
ganization" In Tucson, as claimed by So-
Proprletor. luorM there are none. Even If there were,! ami supply their
(there would bo nothing terrible in it. The! it
iCuba Junta hat for years had Its head- Thic
From Tho Miner of Oclobor 29 :
Some four tons of high jjrade ore
from the Silver Prince, believed to be
worth over $2,000 per ton, are on the
way and will be here to-day or to
morrow. . The Peck Co. have, reached a depth
of fifty feet in the shaft, and are run
ning a cross cut to strike ke ledge.1
5uch anxiety is felLa3jJ.Q.Jhe result of
mis exploration, . .
Parties from the Peck mines say that
if some one understanding the business
would go up in the Bradshaw moun
tains and whip-saw lumber, and make
shakes and shingles, there coiild be a
good trade started.
D. K. Hough tel in. S. A. Smith and
Charles Butricfc have located an ex
tension of the Silver Prince and named
it the " Black "Warrior." - Smith
brought to town last week two average
samples of the cropping and had
them assayed by "W. J. Howard. The
tirst went $1,-100.10 and the second,
$8,6S2.10 to the ton. -The vein appears
to be about two feet wide.
John Itarick, who, .drives the buck
board between Prescott and Verde,
brought in. word yesterday evening
that Frank Bilfar, the mail rider for
Hayward & Baker, wjis .fired on and
had his horse killed and himself
wounded in the head, about eleven
o'clock on Wednesday, eighteen miles
cast of the Verde. He saw no Indians
and heard but two shots, but saw Ind-
ian tracks. He took the mail, carried
it as far .as he could, cached it in the
brush and made his way in to Verde
John H. 3farion, our illustrious pre
decessor, has completed his residence,
and is putting up large barns, sheds,
etc., at his ranch at the mouth of
Granite Creek, where he intends to
Winter his sheep. He has perhaps the!
most desirable sheen ranch in thi Ter.l
ritorv. crass, water, shelter and everv.l
thing considered, besides it is within
an easy driving 'distance of Prescott,
making t conVehient'Tor'his family as
well as himself to lire at Home and
come to'town when they please. We
have rarely seen a surer foundation for
an independent fortune than he has got
laid. -' '
Chas. H. Wells, general superintend
ent of the Arizona atid Now Mexico
Express company, witcsfrom Caliente
October 15, that he is looking out a
cut-off to strike the "San Bernardino
road between the Cottonwood and Cave
station. He says Caliente will be the
terminus of the railroad, for some time
and that they will run from there three
timos a week to Prescott via Hardyvillej
and make the time, with 'express and
passengers, no more than fiyc days
Fon a comfortable room to rent, call onlroul t'rcscoii to aan f rancisco. t ranK
W.J. Osborn. W. Ulake, whom many of our readers
'-- 1 j will remember as the popular assayer
Local .mains: Airnira. I at buver Lily, Idaho, ami whom we
Too late, for use until next week, Mr.! hnv0 known as an experienced and ef-
i f. -
rT.'nnn fnrnUlwH us w th fi n-noil "cicm cioressuian ami asaytT lor
summary of mining and other news, at j twenty-three ycara,iis to ha Agent here,
tho Santa ttita Placers. Water isiThev wiU start- between the 1st and
scarce but when it docs conic again, i ldt" of December.
he says they will take out gold in quan
tities that will "astonish the natives."
The Trench company arc making ex
plorations in the old works of the
The report of tho hanging of two Pes-
quelra men by the Serna party about tblr-
ty-flve mllea south or Tucson i-everal days
ago, must bg.untruc. as Gov. Saffordcame
by the place, late Thursday, and heard
nothing of it.
E. a PoMRor, United States District At
torney, returned from Prescott on Thurs
day's stage, whither he has been for sever
al weeks on official business. Ho express
es himself highly pleasod with his recep
tion by the Yavapals.
The Alta and Virginia Enterprise, two
most prominent administration papers ou
the Pacific const, demand the removal of
Chief Justice Dunne, and their articles
thereon will appear In our paper next
Seoo:i-Liectenants Baiuh and Tow
ey, recently graduated from West Point,
arrived In Tucson last Saturday, en route
to Join their respective companies of the
Sixth Cavalry at Grant and Apache. They
expect to leave here to-day or to-morrow,
Kei'CIilicans and man)' Democrats
were happy over the election news pub
lished to-day, and on Thursday eveulug
burned considerable po wder on the church
Owing to a mistake In not getting a right.
sized auger, work on the artesian well Is
temporarily delayed, but steps are taken
by telegraph to remedy the matter as
aulckly as possible.
A kcmok prevails that a new military
post Is to bo established near the Sonora
line at the head of San Pedro river. Near
the national boundary Is tho proper place
for tho troops In times ot Internal peace.
Gov. SAFroRD, NovomberS, appointed
S. W. Carpenter, county recorder, notary
public for Pima county, and on the same
day to the samo office, H. E. Lacy of San
Carlos, for Pinal county.
Telegkams bearing following addresses
await owners at telegraph office: Luz Go
mez, Isidore :Aragou, Sacramento Granl
llo, Jesus'Loza and A. J. Elliott.
Mr. C. V. D. Lovejoy has been appoint"
ed assistant pastmaster In tho Tucson of
fice, and he Is giving excollont satisfac
O. Bdckalxw Is building a new house
on tho east sldo the court-house plaza,!
and E. N . Fish A Co. liavo the walls of the'
new express otllce quite well up.
Tully, Ochoa A Co. have Just received
very large additions to their stock of gen
eral merchandise 21,000 pounds In ono
New dpsks In public school are nil In
pluce. Pupils happy and Increasing In
Attention Smokers. If you want a
fine Imported Havana cigar, go to Mans
feld's News Depot.
A correspondent writing to Tho Mi
ner, October 22, among other itemi
gives these :
Real Estate is fast risine; in value.
as outaiders and parties eoming here
to 8ettlo, purchasing to & considerable
extent. D. Neahr, of Yuma, not long
since bought a fine ranch from G.
Buck, and K S. WooIshv.
Caliente, has purchased four, ono of '
wmcn no got yesterday from D.
At a town meeting tho other day. a
motion was made to incorporate, which
was lost, but in lieu thereof three trus
tees Hon. John Smith, J. H. Burger
and J. M. Cotton wero elected to
transact tho town business for tho
Tho public school ha3 boon in opera
tion for two weeks, under the man
agement of Mrs. Fitipatrick, who is
said to bo a very competent teacher.
There are 45 scholars in attendance.
Tho Rev. L. J. Hedgepeth has been
teaching in tho Mesquito district for
three weeks. Ho has 25 scholars in
Says Tho Miner of Oct. 29 Will
S. Story, who has been handling the
lightning at Camp Verde for the past
year, is in town cn his way to Mari
copa Wells whore ho will bo stationed
as an operator in tho SicnalSorvieo in
QB AND OPBHlJfG
- 'V ,
L0SD & "WILLIAMS
irriLL DISrLAT fob. public IN
TT spectton one of tha
T.arrst and Host Attractive fltock
tf Goodi ererbafore Broiffht
to this Market.
E N. Ftsu.
Jos. Collixowoo.d. Florence.
33. IV . FIHII nnd CO,.
MAIN ST.. KLOIIENCE.
Iff holosnlo and JotiUl
HAVE constantly on hand a largo and
well selected stock of DHY GOODS.
CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES, GROCE
RIES. PROVISIONS, LIQUORS, CIGARS
and TOBACCO, HARDWARE, etc, which
we will sell at the VERY LOWEST prices.
Wc have, also, HAY and GRAIN, con
stantly on hand to supply the public.
DAVIS & KEL80H.
CoNGRErts Street, Tdcson,
Jl ,f ANUKACTURER8
- CJrnut County Items.
From Tho Silver City Herald of
October 21 :
Work has cominoncod
on the now
The "Old Mine" company are tak-; brick school house... Tho school com
ing wry. rich ore nut of the Old Mine, j misgionerg lne.t on Friday and resolv
and arc putting up an extensive furnace) ed to opon tho ia tho different
precincts as soon as suitablo rooms
; can bo procured. . -
Wilson and Cardwcll brought dur-
i wool sheared from, their Hock of
Hivii-- int. . n . rnirrm 'ouarters In New York not at all in Cuba, . , ,, 7 c t i
A isg OPENED A FIRST-CLASS ' prospectors, and all arc hopeful, and
(iron any SpanKh soli. ' . 1
. . . . IlliailV UI5UMII 1U !- ,lrwi
nitclier Shop and Vegetable!
athe corner of Church plaza and Mesllla
tret I. am prepared to turnlsh ray
nili -ind the public of Tucson nnd vl
lalty, rlth all kinds of Meat of the
But Quality nnd in the Clenncst
at their Ostrich mill
1J. .: 1 llUlllllMUU 13 Utlvlll ilV.ll nit
out of what is thought to be an exten-
31LI11 ll llll. ."HI-. . . , . f.
, . . , . ., , lf ing the past week over a ton of nno
The news from Pinal is that Mr., b , , , . ,
Helling has failed to sell the Silver
Kmp- rntne hut Uiat it Iooks lust as
rich as ever: and that Messrs. .Icnninirs! R thyftif ending Sop-
Jc Rugglcs expect to lease the Alliens tombcr 30, 1875; 20.73 inches. Tho
furnace with ore fromlSreatc" amount ot rain in any singio
j mouth was 7.22 inches, in July. Hot-
I i i r x t t to
town and country are full of;0" UB7B ol iao 7ear. woro une jo
nd 27. The coldeat December 18.
During tho week, silver bullion
rtr from the ulterior respectfully so-
ma. especial auenuon .paia to
picking and shipping.
Oranges, Lemon, Limes,
"i other fjuits, and a large stock of Mcx
j10 Wvvcred to any part of tho city
SAN JEDHO STATION.
A TT1Z?' Proprietor.
A DHOon ihi.:?1.0 OF THE SAN PE-
iZ Vr. ' UdMPS BOWIE, GRANT
Ann 1 D i 1
" SAN CARLOS and
fbHcv '0"eitK the patronage of the
Thtb1e be OTppiied with lhe
"est of Everything
rtW to the and over5- attcnUon
'nivsiers. conifJrt and convenience of
I rnns..n. .
'rtona, and Groceries such as are
. .: required by the
Skkot. EnwAitn W. BotrrKLLK. of the! During the week, Lord & Williams
Signal Service, who was entrusted with i bought a Holid lump of gold amalgam
the Miperintency of theconstructlon of the
Apache DIviion of th.e rnlted States Mil
itary Telegraph, arrived In town Thurs
day. The Sergeant Informs us that the
line betweeu Camps Apache nnd Grant
wtil be completed In about thirty days.
The poles are all up aud nil the wire
at $600. A Mexican brought it in from
south of Tucson, said he obtained it
from 4o00 pounds of on, and declined
to tell where his mine is. We heard of
another Mexican having a large chunk
got in the same direction. John II
struug with the exception of fifty miles) Archibald bought $300 in dust this
south of Goodwin. The wire for this part, v. W,l Itrna M nnnrps- Zno.ken.
of the line Is expected to arrive this
month. Lack of ninterinl, heavy rains in
the mountains and the rocky nature of
the country, delayed this work a grent
deal. The line to Camp Grant is now
completed, and 'communication will be
had with thnt post next Monday. Sergt.
Boutelle returns to-day to Camp Granl,
and upon the completion of this work.
goes to Santa Ke, to take charge of a con
struction party on the New Mexico line.
dorf Bros. 15 ounces and other parties
WrATnr.n Since the arrival of Sergeant
Phanlovlus In Tucson, the Signal Service
has been put In complete operation. Dally
reports aro made to Washington, and they
have been kindlyoffered to us, but think an
abstract once each week will serve our
patrons Just as well. At 2:2a p. m. on
Thursday, tho following reports were re
San Diego, thermomoter fit; wind north
west; weather fair.
Cnmpo, California, thermometec5; wind
south; weather fair.
Yuma, thermometer T3; wind northwest;
Stanwix, Florence and Prescott. no re
Maricopa Wells, thermotneterTO; wind
southwest; weather clear.
Tucson, thermometer 68; wind west;
Wo may add that several days of the
week, clouds hung around and on Wednes
day a very few drops of rain feu in this
Thk best brands chewiog and smoking
tobaccos at Mansfeld's News Depot.
RrMIAX and Havana cijarritos at J. B.
Mansfeld's clrr store.
TilE V desert " lands of tho west
ern portion of our country, sooner
than many pcoplo no can bo mado
.to bolievo, will bo brought under cul
tivation in somo way. Congross re
cently passed a bill to encourage cul
tivation of soch lands in California,
and since tho passage of it, noarly
every foot of land in Lassen county
that can bo mado available for farm
or stock purposos has been taken up,
and capitalists aro moving to intro-
flncn the waters of Eacrlo Lako into
Honey Lako. With money and skill,
the waters of our rivors and springs,
together with what can be obtained
by artesian boring, will be mado to ir
rigate nearly every aero in tho Terri
tory, except that where thero is ab
solutely no soil of valuo.
valued at $11,300 and gold bullion at
$1645, wero shipped to New York.
The San Francisco Post of October
23. remarked: JNoticc is eiven ot
tho extension of tho Atlantic and
Pacific telegraph lino to St. Louis.
Now if tho government would extend
tho Arizona military lino to San
Francisco, and tho Texas military line
to St. Louis, and fill up tho gap be-
tweon, it would be an easy matter to
run transcontinental postal tele
They have arranged to hare arrive Month
ly, a complete assortment of such goods
as the people of Arizona want, and they
Can Sell them at Wholesale and Re
tail Cheaper than they can he
Afforded from any other
Not excepting th much axtolled Gusy-
ns. BRASS AND SHEET IRON WARE;
Alo STOVES of the BEST patterns.
Connected, with the above establishment
Is n speciul department for thn
REPAIR AND CLEANING
WATCHES'. CIX)CKS. Etc., Etc
All work warranted as represented.
It Miles from Tucson and same rrom PI
Chas. H. LAnKiiKE,
IsalwavsstiDDlledrith an ample variety
of well-cooked food. No exaggeration In
this. Stage passengers and travelers by
there understand it. and to them all un
acquainted with the fact are respectfully
rererrea lor iniormauon.
The Corrnl is Large
And Is alwavs supplied with Grain. Hay
and abundance of good well water. Spe
cial care taken with stock or other proper
ty Intrusted to the proprietor.
Everybody familiar with Chas. H. La
berco's management of Desert Station
speaks In the highest terms of It.
January SI 187X 19-tf.
An Arlionn Teamster Charged
Tho San. Diego Union of October
27,- has this item: ShorifE Hunsaker
arrived Trom Temecula yesterday with
James Vador, a teamster from Ari
zona, who was lately arrested in San
Bornardino on tho complaint of two
Chinese, ,who charged him with rob
ing them oo..gqld bar valued at
$1073. Vador, -wo-aro informed,, left
Salt River, Arizona, for San Bernar
dino, on tho 29th of September with
tho two "Chinamen as pas'scngors. On
tho night of October 12, they stopped
three miles beyond White Water
Station, whero somo difficulty aroso
between them. Ono of tho China
men went on to San Bernardino, and
when 'Vador arrived with tho other
ho was arrested by a deputy sheriff
of that county. As tho offense was
supposed to havo been perpetrated in
this county, Vader was sent to Teme
cula for examination, and thence
brought here. Ho gvo bonds to ap
pear beforo the next grand jury, and
returned to San' Bornardino yesterday
October 26,- The San Francisco
Bulletin said: According to the telo-
grams published yesterday there is a
better outlook for California Wool in
Now York nnd Boston than for some
timo. The sales last week were large'
in both cities, and at better avarsge said estate, are notified then and thereto
i mL . i f o : i- n t-c nppear and show cause, lf any they have,
rates. The stock ot spring clip Calitor- w'J)ylne saId petition should not be grant-
niaismuch reduced in tho Eastern odJ5atod atTucaoB, Octobers, A. D. 1875.
markets, which will bo all tho bflttor WM. J-OSBORN. Probat e Judge
and ex-Offlcio Clerk Probate Court,
for the fall olip now arriving. October SO. -3w
New aud Best Bakery
G. HUCKE A J. BONERNAND,
Tucson, - - Mesllla Street.
WE ARE CONSTANTLY PREPARED
to supply hotels, restaurants and
families with the
Choicest Bread, Cakes, Pies and
and will soon
of a Superior Quality, for sale generally.
Orders for all sorts of paitry for wedding
and other parties .solicited and promptly
nnd satisfactorily filled.
Remember our shop Is on Mesllla street
near Main and Meyer. Oct. 9. 1-tf
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
of Thomas McWIlIlams, deceased.
Probate Court. County of lima, Terri
tory of Arizona.
Vntlcn Is herebv riven. that H. B. Smith.
Public Administrator of the County of
Pima, having filed In this Court tils peti
tion, praying for letters of Administra
tion upon the Estate or Thomas McWIl
Ilams. deceased, tho hearing of the same
has been fixed bv this Court for Monday,
the ISth of November, 1875. at 10 o'clock a.
m of cnlrf iav of the Octolwr term of said
Court, at the'eouri-room of the Probate
rvinrt. tn the town of Tucson In said coun
ty of Pima, and all persons Interested in
We have taken especial-pains to Import
fine goods, such as w can warrant, and in
the line of
Nlca thlnjs to Eat,
We havo endeavored to cater to tho tastes
We have a Complete Stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
CLOTH1NO, HARDWARE n CUTLERY,
DRUGS A MEDICINES,
BOOTS A SHOES,
GROCERIES t PROVISIONS,
and a complete assortment of
Piouwr Hew Depot
THE LATE8T NEWSPAPERS, PS fit
odicals, Magazines ana Novels.
Also, a fine assortment of
CIGARS, TOBACCO, PD?ES, ETC;
constantly on hand.
J: S. M ANSFELD, .
. Leiinsky's block, Congress 81:
The only Establishment of th X.ln& .
In the Territory:
Importer and Dealer in
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Tavtj
Goods, Hosiery, White Goods, Linens;
Silks, Velvets, Lace Goods, Drees
Trimmings, Ribbons, French
Flowers, Velvets, Slllr and
Straw Trimmed Hats,
Braids and Chignons;
Latest Styles of
Indies', Children's and lafaati'
Dresses and Underwear;
Drldal Trousseaux and
Babies' Wardrobe Complete.'
Special Department of .
Dressmaking and Millinery;
Orders solicited from all parts of khi
Main Street, Tucson. ,
Tucson, August 15. 1S7S. tt-tf "
Xiife Insurance Co1
LEAVENWORTH. - - -
D. M. SWAN, Pres. J. I. JONES, Seo'y
DR. C. H. LORD.
Vice President. , .
Da. R. A. Witsci,
Ilea a Tab lit,
H. Fa slit, Attorney.
C. H. LORD.
COL. D. TAYLOR.
S. H. DRACHMAN.
J. W. HOPKINS.
6. R. DeLONG.
W. W. WILLIAM
R. A. WILBUR.
G. H-. HOWARD'.
The above Sound. Vlenrons. nnd Pows.-
lar company havo Just completed the or-"
ganlzation of this Branch Office, thereby
In the matter of Life Insurance.
They have fully compiled with the laws
of Arizona. Have been licensed by the
Territorial Treasurer, and have a respon
se legal representative resiueni in Ari
This Company from Its favorable location,
Secures Higher Rates of Interest
on Its Investments than Eastern Compa
nies. Each Policy Holder being a member,
receives his share of the surplus.
ILr policies are worm-wiae.
No restrictions on travel or residence.
For Information relative to Insuranoe.
apply to any of the Board of Dlrectorsor to
Office on Congress street, Tucson.
March 13. 1675. li-XI
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between the undersigned un
der the firm name of Wm. B. Hooper A
Co., doing business In California and Arl
zona, Is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent. Wm. B. Hooper retiring therefrom.
The business will be continued by James :
M. Barney, who will collect all assets and
assume all liabilities of the late firm.
WM. B. HOOPER.
JAMES M. BARNEY.
San Francisco. Cal., 8ept. 1, 1875. 4w
Merino Sheep for S&Ie.
SEVEN THOUSAND HEAD OF FIRST
Class Merino Sheep for sale, consisting .
of Ewes, Bucks, Lambs and Wethers.
As fine a band of sheep as has over been
brought to the Territory.
Parties wishing to go Into the sheep bus'
Iness will find this a good chance to get a
desirable lot of sheep. Will sell In lots to
Tucson. Arizona. Oct. 30. 1875. J-3w
Will find It to their advantage to cxaj
our goods and pries Derore purcni
Application for Patent
UNITED STATESLAND OFFICE.
Flouence, Akizowa, October 37. 1575.'
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
L Eugene E. Burllngame, whose post
office address Is 8liver City, Grant county,
New Mexico, for himself and for and on
behalf of Shadrach V. Thomson, Louis
I Sweeny, Jeremiah M. Gleason, Pierce
F. Hoile and Henry Booth, has this day
made application through this office for a
patent from the United States for (1500) fif
teen hundred linear feet of the Thomson
mine or lode of copper bearing ore with
surface ground (600) six hundred Xeet In
width, situate in Copper Mountain mln.
ing district, Yavapai county, Ariona;and
described In the plat and field nous now
on file In this office as follows, to-wll:
Beginning afNE corner of claim at post
marked No. 1, running thence south (300)
three hundred feet to post No. 2; thence
south (30u) three hundred feet to post No.
3 SE corner; thence west 1500 feet to post
No. 4 SW corner; thence north (300) three
hundred feet to post No. 5; thence north
(300) three hundred feet to post No. 6, NW
comer; thence east (1500) fifteen hundred
to post No: 1, the place of beginning; con
taining 20 ftJ-10O acres.
The said location Is of record In the
office of the Recoiderof said Copper Moun-'
tain mining district nnd In I tie omee or
the County Recorder of the county of Yav
apai at Prescott, Arizona. .
There are no adjoining claimants." The
nearest claim being the " Arizona' Ceri-"
tral,"wblcb lies to the north.
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