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The Book of the Season-
A MOST MAGNIFICENT uimiaiMAa
HUBERT H. BANCROFT'S
5 Volumes, 8vo., iOOO pages; 10 Copperplate
Maps, and 425 Illustrations. Bound
1n Cloth, Shcop, Half Morocco,
Half Russian, Half Calf,
Full Russia nnd
New York, Published by D. Appleton
London, Longman & Co.
Paris, Malsonneuve et Cle-
Saa Francisco, A. L. Bancroft fc Co.
t "C WOVOR TO fiAIJFOKXIA! AN
A hnrinrti Amertain literature! A book
Tor the masses? Avervbodv should have it,
-particularly everybody on the Pacific
Coast, it tells tne mercnani-oi mecouu
try and 1U products, and how business was
conducted fn early timed. It tells the phy
sician of medicine, the lawyer of courts
and politic, the clewmaii or religion,
toe mechanic of manufactories. It Is Uie
fcestof reading for the household, exceed
ingly Interesting and Instructive foryouni;
people. It Is kooo for men of all classes,
Tor it tells abont life In Its various phases
and conditions. It Is cood for women, for
It tells how women lived, and how they
were treated In times (tone by. It la of In
ierest to the architect, for It tells and IHns
Irates all bout the architecture of a peo
ple once noted for large cities, huse monu
ments and magnificent palaces. Lovers
of artean here revel lu the descriptions of
the mysteries of the pen and brush, as
wielded by a people lonR since extinct.
Modern musicians can study with delight
the lovers' serenades, the festive songs
and the religious chant of these wonder
ful people. For the scholar we need not
say that the work hoa never known an
qual, as our own word would bo tame
compared to the highly flattering letters
which have been received from the most
eminent men of letters in England and
In conclusion, all classes ean find some
portion of the work of particular Interest
to them, and token as a whole It cannot
be spared from the possession of any who
&ra for n. knowledge of the past history.
present resources and future prospects of
this great western coast our adopted
Interesting in matter, standard In char
acter, It Is a literary monument that will
forever refleot honorable credit to tliene as t,
ns through 1U pages tho fact will becar-
told, wo nave trtose among us wuo uuvr,
ju President Oilman said, " thatjiatient
Industry which Is more precious still."
A. L. 3AXCR0FT & CO., Publishers.
721 Market street, Saa Fr&nelsco.
J. S. Mansfield,
Pioneer News Depot, Agent, Tucson.
Application for Patent.
FIRST WESTERN" EXTENSION OF
THE Q.UACHERTY MINE.
UNITED STATES" LAND OFFICE.
FibkCK, Arizona, October 15, 1875.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
David Shultes, whoac Postofflce ad
dress Is Phojnlx, Maricopa County, Arl-
.Win .1 i m.ilii nnntiiiatlnn
through this office for a patent from the
United amies ior ourweu "uiiureu uuu i
Thirty-four and 10-12 H34.10-12) linear feet
of the First Western Extension of the
Qacherty Mine or lode of silver bearing
ore. wltfi iurface ground lx hundred (600;
.-t tIHo oltiirttiO In OiipliiTtv Minim?
District, County of Pinal and Territory ofioottggo i3 hia castle,
A.riZUUU, BUU UCKIIUCU u ..n. i
fl..ll nntM now on file In this otllce as fol-
llegtnningon me iep on wib r. tuu ui
the claim where staads a monument of,
AU kX. 7 it'Cb IUti v .."J v. ' v- . w
)nn? nn the toD of wfilch is a monument
of stones 1 feet hlt;h, which Is markad
-with an X on the N side of tho base of
quartt: from this monument a sharp peak
of solid rook known aa the Zlt, bears N
Sio W 11 chains 3 links distant, which is
Also marked by an X cut in it; thence N
2U tt' E, variation 13o 45' E, 300 feet to NE
oornerof claim, where J-eet a monument
of stones 2 feet high and .1 feet at base;
thence N 6tto 15' W, variation 13o 45' E,
1434.10-12 feetto the NW-comerof the claim
where Is sot a monument of stones 2'-j feet
nigh and 3 feet at base; thence S 21o 4 ' W,
variation lis IV E, 300 Teet to a monument
of stones 2V feet high and 3 feet broad at
huse; thence In tame direction 300 feet to
BW-corner of claim, which is marked by
a monument of stones 2V" tcet higli and
3 feet broad at base; thence S few 15' K, va
riation 13s 4.V, 1131.10-12 leet to the SL eor
nr of the claim, which Is marked by a
saonumenl ot stones 25 tcet hiifh and 3
feet broad at base; thenco N 2L 45' E, va
riation 13j 45' E, 300 teet to place or oegm-
nlnir. rnntalnlnc 19 76-UOoei-e'
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION is
sued out ot the Justice Court of Chas.
11. Mevers, Esq., Juwtlce of tho Peace of
Vreclnot Number One, Pima County, An
ion a. upon a judgment uuiy enierett in
aid court on the -8th day of September,
A. D. 1875. In favor of E. N. Fish A Co.,
with the accrued cos thereon, to-wlt: The
sum of Forty (40) Dollars, and together with
the accruing costs thereon. Now, by vir -
ueuf alovy made under the said execu-
rtlon, U win sen ai puuuo nuciiou to tue
highest bidder, on the 15th 1hv of Novem
"ber, 1C5, nt 10 o'clock A. M. of said day,
In front of the Court-house doorattho Vil
lage of-Tucbon, County and Territory
iforeiald. all tho following described pro
ty.or o much thereof as will satisfy
-ihe s&ld above named hulgment, pereent
aee. accrued costs. uud.coaU aecrulnc. all
of the richt, title and Interest of tho said
defendants or, in unu to tnaiecrcam build
ings and improvements appertaining
thereto, situate, lying aad Ijelng In tho
County of Pima and Territory of Arizona,
and being known and designated as the
Six Mile Ranch, situate about Six Miles
In a southwesterly direct-Ion from Camp
Grant, aud every part and parcel of the
Dated at Tucson, Arizona,. October 23, 75.
WM.S. OURY, Sheriff.
By C A. Suiekli., Under Sheriff.
OctoberSL 3-4 w
17 7l ..i.. .vi W7K
A.1111 ax ii nn ) uk it 11 11
A Local Manaiwr and Subscription So -
lldtor wanted In Tucn and every City,
Town and County In Arizona for tho
the 'lareest Illustrated Monthly In tho
Sir elecant enjrcavlnicH. tormln- a com
plete view of the Centennial Kxlilbltlon
llulldlnc. Grounds, aud approaches, just
s thej' will be seen-by the visitor iu 1876,
are civen each suborlber. Sire of enirrav-
InEK, 21x27 and 21x29 Inches. A permanent
Mtuauon. at 315 ui ssr.per weet. Addross,
two week, with return Mamti,
Room 5,521 Chestnut St., Philadelphia.
For Prospectus, Journals, etc, enclose
fifteen cents. Oct. 2. tf
Notice to Creditors.
TESTATE OF HENRY MEIR, DECEAS-
derslsncd, administrator of tho estate
raid deceased, to exhibit them with
deceased, to exntbit tnem with the
neeetarv vouchers, within four months
otter the first publication of this notice
umi..i, iMj.Miiii9.liiil III BI1IU rkUtlll
-t bis offlco corner Main and Pearl streets,
lathe Village of Tucsoa, County or lima,
H. B. SMITH, Administrator
of the estate of Henry Melr, deceased.
October 23. 3jW
mEE HUABABl RANCH. GOOD FARM-
1, In? land with fine dltehes ami never ' Calieute to Hardy villo. in Arizona homg equal, tho first wore always de
fining water. Sixty-rlve mltfc oouth of . . , , , . ''ridod qnnarinr tn thu last in dnhtn
Tucson. A bargain is ottered. to avoid tho detour made in stcrinsr superior to tne last moo Date,
JFor particulars apply to this offlee or to
Iu C. BENEDICT,
XO YEMBKR 0, 1675.
sATimDA - Y,
1'oVt twid rresltlcnt.
Mr. Joaquin Miller, tiring of Par
i !iU wearv litnbs
nassus, anu rc""& -
at Long Branch, lately saw there
Grant, sod dropping into
very pleasant and chatty
- imnressions as
manner, gives " r
Armed with a newspaper ana cigar,
I lay in ambush for the President in
shades by the
OHO Ot iue Jit-"" -
roadside, along with a crowd ot peas-
gotitors, until nearly nvo
ono at my side eaid, qui-
He had passed within a few pooea of
us In fact, I bad been looking at
Mm for half a minuto before I knew
.... j i r
it.:.. .oa tho rrresiueui. u-
.;l,tv -Renublio, and the great cap
tain that tho world was in a roar of
.1mition over only a tew years ago,
-m.. n. oTftat face. Thero is no
jluo uvi " a
doubt of that whatever. It is inado
up of savage strength and gentleness
together. To get back to tho subject.
Tho President was driving alone, hold-
ing tno reins -u a
as if ho was used to tnem, ana now
and then lifting his hat to the right
and left whenever there was any rec
ognition or demonstration whatever,
and I believe invariably to the ladies
whom he met driving down tho beach.
A man in the plainost black a
very broad-shouldered, strong-built
-n.d awav in tho crowd of
carriages of tho lino, and I, for the
first timo in my life, had seen a Presi
dent of my country. Dogs, horses,
whiaky-bottles-all. that picture was
demolished. 1 oven looked in vain
for tho cigar at he drove back by us,
v..t T nfWward noticed, not to outer
into detail about trifies, that the cigar
is tho ride when driving. The sandy
beard in a bit gray; hair, thick and
black; the faco full, and the very
picture of health and composure, and
tho man my safely count on a quarter
of a century of rest upon earth after
How we met, how I camo to bo o ' t
honored as to sit with tho groat cap-
taiu and talk with him, under his roof,
i0f landB and scenes we were equally
. n. ,, fliaf
laminar wiui m uiojju"i
would bo very interesting indeed. But
hero I shall draw the line. Thefman's
and it shall not
w ... ,i
be invaded. All ttlO
it, m.t aKcA(l under tho Pre.ii
, r s sacrel. Hut the satis-
faction that I felt on finding this man
THE SIMPLEST AND SIJfCEllEaT,
PUREST AND THE BEST
Of men, I cheerfully share with
who havepnde and patriotism to glorj K . - I
in our country's renown, and the honor. llCJ. h;;kWj But whe:i called up to : AGENTS:
and the good uamoof her great men. ji,vr sjx-lling-class the lamb got up toojw hoopkk & Co
Tt has been mv fortune duriur the
past five years to meet with, in one
way and another, about all the heads
of the great powers of tho Old World,
and I am freo to say that L saw noth
ing there more courtly and decorous,
and at the tamo time simplo and man
ly, than the bearing aud behavior oflHowitever
tho President of the United States,
who, 1 am informed, has still for tho
first time to visit " Grant's race-track."
Mino was not a hurried visit at all,
but extended over somo time at Long
Hrs.neh. and. if this man's everv-day
w . . L , . , .
llito is any key to his character, tne
ought to count itself very
M of this firC f0r it3
ureat eallory. I am perfectly awaro,
L. ' T , in
!however, thatl know nothing at all
LH,, v,r, v,r.. r fl.o o-rA.tt
j "" i'"""" - o
captain, and it is possible that ho is
even as irreat a failure us an admiuis-
trator as was the Duko of Wellington.
I can only say to many people of tho
great West, who have not an oppor
tunity to see tho man as he is, or his
lifo and surroundings, that they
must journey far before they find give3 several instances where the
simpler, a more gcutlo and refined so whig of sunflower Reeds has resulted
little household than that which our 'in the protection of a community from
President rules over in tho cottago at;minsmatjc fov.cra theretofore common.
T -o t t t- j i- -i I His explanation ot the work which
Long Branch. In his domestic ad- sunowor do03 is that, during its
ministration ho is certainly a success, - :d .rr0wth. it absorbs irreat auanti-
anda Kiuaer lather isuot to be touud.
U take ttio respousiDility ot uropuesy-
1 . , . ,
mg that this will be tho verdict of
time upon his administration of the
affairs of the common State, ulso.
Gainsay it who will.
In conclusion I must say that some
weeks of idling
about tho Branch,
where tho President was to be seeufuol. 2sothiu; is said about the
almost daily, somo Httlo intercourse
with him, some conversation ou knotty
subjects, which it scorns to mo Con
gress only succeeds in tying up tighter
every time it touches them, some eloe
obsorvtion in that gentle and happy
of household, and
all that, assure me
this man is not only a very groat
the'.r, .. u-M
to ! but also a vory cood man. indeed.
The Kern county Courier says that
a junior member of the firm of Walls,
Fargo & Co. is now on a tour of ex
ploration through tho country, with
tho design of
lino of stages to run directly from
i . t i
i fr0Ia Angelei to Preseott.
Telcsrrapti poles to De Hongiu m
The officer in charge of tho exten
sion of tho tolograpb lino to Fort
Bayard, purposes buying the poles in
open market; or will contract with
any and all porsons for any number of
poles from a singlo wagon load de
livered on some good wagon road; or
a wagon load or more delivered on
tho lino of tho routo. Tins is a very
practicable and senaiblo way of ex
pending the money of tho government.
Every ablo bodied man who possesses
an ax can ooutract, and do better than
to work for tho middlo manand
at tho sanio timo the govern
ment will obtain tho poles for less
money. Poor pooole laborers the
masses of tho people and the govern
ment, will both bo bettor sorved. Pino,
oak or cedar poles 24 foot long and
not less than 8 inches at tho bottom,
nor less than six inches at the top and
with the bark peoled off, we believe,
arothe specified requirements. Full
particulars oan be learned by calling
at tho offico of tho acting signal ser
vice officer, military headquarters in
fVi?t fifv r "New Mexican, Octo-
TllK Lot Angeles Exi)re33 of tho
16th savs: "Mr Walker, of Phila-j
dolphia, has arrived in Los Angeles. J
Ho proposes to go into the business ot
making paper from cactus. o gave
the evidence some three months ago, of
tho finest quality of papor which was
manufactured from tho bayonet and
other cactus. A paper mill is just
what Los Augeles has noeded for a
long timo. Mr Walker has thor
oughly examined all mattors connect
ed with his projected enterprise, und
has no doubt that he will succeed in
manufacturing an excellent quality
of paper from cactus. He showed us
somo pulp which was made in Phil
adelphia from our cactus. It is very
whito and has a superb apioaranco.
A specimen ot" the paper produced
from the samo material was pretty
-ood, but not nearly so iluo as he can
make. Ho will locato his mill in this
city, and have it in operation as soon
as possible. Thus are we about to see
another important industry inaugurat
ed and a raw material which has nev
er before boon considered of any prao-
jCi4 vnlue, will bo turned into an;
article of profitablo manufacture.
The OuiaiNAL Mary's
LuVMU. A writer m the bpnnghekli
lteuublican has had a pleasant inter-(
view with the real .Tlary who had !
little lamb, and who related to him
tho incidents on which the immortal ,
poem was basi-d. The lamb was a j
!twin, thnut out ot tne ien uy its un-iin
I natural mother. Mary took it homo;
and nurSL-d it until well, and natural
ly grew into a great pot. One morn-j
ing, when it was to go as usual to tho j
pasture, it oould not be found, and
when Mary went singing on her way: a i
to ?choolit followed her; nnd at the Mar';
school-home door she picked it up and. ;
1 ... ... :t u.u....ll- t. Iinr 5
and came pattering auer ner, wmuu
j made the children laugh to see tho
i lamb at school. It happened that
moriiinir. that a vouu: man named
John ltuwlston, the son of a
master in IJoton, who was fitting
himself for Harvard, was in tho
school, and a few days afterwards,
productd threo verses of the joom.
camo to Do puDiisuca,
Marv did licit l:now, for the young j
man died soon aftor, ignorant of tho J
immortality of his verses. But the)
lamb lived and had five
before it met it death by an angry
cow. Aside from its memory, there
yet remains of it, tho residue of a
ohild's stocking, which is gradually
unraveling, to furnish momentoei for
the many friends
of Mary and her
Sunflowers in Malaria. T. Serlo
Jerrold writes to Public Opinion a let
ter recommending the cultivation of
sunflowers in maishes as a protection;
agaiUSU luaitt. nuts jiiniiiiiuui. iiu o j
that General Shurmuu recommend- i
ed the use of sunHowcn for this pur- j
i .. i.i....!..
pose several 3 enr.-i ago. ami umt uu
has siuco xotiiiti uy ooaorvaiiou aim
exporimont that they really have a ;
bonchcial eltect on tuo atmosphere.;
ties of nitrogen and evaporates as
i - .
much as a quart of water daily.
Among tho virtues of the sunflower
ho enumerates tho following ; The
fibre can be used for making papor ;
tho ripo eeod as food for poultry, or
from the seed a fine oil, second only
to olive, may bo extracted : the
, Irtn v.4 urA tniioVi rfdlTnl Ktr nKTiSfa
ftml the thick stems may bo used as
beauty of tho flower itself, and yet it
has beauty. Viewed through the
large end of a pair of opera glasses,
a collection of sunflowers makes a
SMALL is the sum that is required
to patronize a newspapor, amply re
warded is its patron, I caro not how
humble and unpretending the gazette
which he takes. It is next to impossi
ble to fill a sheet with printed matter
I without TXittinsr into it something
(worth tho subscription price. Every
parent whose son is away from home
at school should supply him with a
nowspaper. I well remember what a
marked difference there was between
my schoolmates who had and had not
access to newspapers. Other things
uomiiosiuon anu geuerai luieiiigence.
ITEW GOODS ! 2TEW GOODS ! !
Just Received by
8A5I'L. II. DBACHJIAN,
Assorted Stock of General mer
Ever brought to this market, consisting of
LADIES and GENTS
WHISKY. BRANDY nnd
NATIVE CALIFORNIA WINES,
GROCERIES and PROVISIONS,
STAPLE nnd FANCY DRY GOODS,
MENS and BOYS CLOTHING,
BOOTS and SHOES,
SMOKING and CHEWING TOBACCO,
GENUINE HABANA CIGARS.
LOOKING GLASSES, all sire?,
HANGING and SIDE LAMPS,
And other articles too numerous to men
tion, all of winch win uesoju w iue
Partleb ordering goods from the Country,
may rely upon getting
Just What they Order.
Anv article purchased that doex not prove
;is rem-esenied. mav ho returned to me
bv express at my expense.
"We roiiKidur It no trouble to show goods
You will tlnd It greatly to your advantage
to call oetorc purcliasing eisewnero.
Store Corner Main and Congress streets,
S. H. DRACHMAS.
Tncscn, March 0, 1375.
0 H. VEIL,
SALT It I VIS-11 VALLKY
SALT IUVKH VALLEY, ARIZONA.
OUR MILL NOW BEING IN FULL
ojeratlon. we are prepared to furnish
. .lfiuin ii uii n n ni i lit' ni h iimr irn irn
KUunnitee far yuiierior to any manu-
(net ured in the Territory,
nu mny emui
on hand at the
; jmi, and at oursevenil agencies
Threo liualitlesof Flour,
50, and 100-Pound Sucks
GHAIIAItt FLOUR, Jilt AX,
and CRACKED WHEAT.
liberal discount will be made on rogu-
rates to merchants and other purch-
w. B. Hooi-ei: A Co
J. H. I'lEKSON
H.vksett it Block..,
E. N. Fish & Co
E. N. Fish it (Jo..
W. B. HKLL1NGS & CO.
Eiu-t 1'henix. Arizona. IV'C 0. n9.
Tucson, - - Ahizosa.
A. vV- Wilt.
nuns s:v a:
, I , . . esJl)mJs Maln Street from
Pennington to Ott, in the mo-tt desirable
p.irt 'if the City.
-rhr. Proprietor now feels justltlcd In so-
licltinc patronage in the full assurance
that he can please all who may become
Sneclal euro will be taken to accommo
date families as well as others lu an unex
Saddle and Harness Makers, Car
riage Trimmers and Upholsterers
"IXfORK IN THESE SEVERAL LINES
TT done with
IromptnoHH nnrt Iri Good
Also orders font to us from Town or
Country, will bo promptly attended to at
our Shop on Congress street, opposite Lord
.W,umr. meson. JOHNSTON.
October 9. Wf
Hides, Pelts and Wool "Wanted
niHE UNDERSIOVED WIIJU PAY" THE
JL hlshest price C.VSH DOWN, for nil
SHEEP SKINS, DEER SKINS,
and also for WOOL,
at my office in Tucson.
I. GOLDBERG. Aeent.
Auj. 27, Io75- 17-12w
E. H. FISH & CO.
yT H OLESALE an-d retail
QE N E R A I jyERCHANDISE.
A RE CONSTANTLY KEUBIVIAO
Jx. largo and complete assortment of
GROCERIES nnd PROVISIONS,
BOOTS and SHOES,
IIATS and CAP8,
FANCY GOODS and STATIONERY,
CUTLERY and HARDWARE,
FELLOES end SPOKES,
TIRE STEEL and TIRE IRON.
Great Assortment ol BOLTS and NUTS,
GIANT and BLASTING POWDER,
DRILL 8TEEL and GOLD PANS,
PICKS and SLEDGES,
FUSE and CAPS.
and tho Choicest Brands of
WINES, LIQ.UOHS. TOBACCO
All of which we ollVr at Unpwedont.y
Low irloi Tor Cash.
Give us a call and examine our Mock f
Carpenters' anil Blacksmiths' Tools
Wagon aud Buggy Uses, Ac.
and Shingles for Snle,
Barley and Corn
In any Quantity at Lowest Possible rate
Proprietors of the
Eagle Steam Flouring Mills,
E. N. FISH & CO,
Tucson. August 29. 1675. ,47-tf
E. N. Fisir,
Tucson, A. T.
- JO II OFFICi:-
I supplied with a
And therefore has
FuollltleB for Lrlntlnpr
All kind of
LETTER - HEADS.
K N V E L O P E S ,
TICKETS, ETC., ETC
Neatly ami to Order
INIXG DEEDS FOR SALE AT THE
JL CmzKK omco
Passage Bates, etc.
Per O. H. OT. Co.'s Steamer.
UMA TO SAX FRANCISCO:
Cabin - $90 Coia.
Steerage - - !)
Freight ou Wool per ton, - $i()t
Kerens & Mitchell's Stages
Fast Time. First Class Equipmenu
Through to Tucson In 5 Days.
Stages leave San Diego
MONDA Y.THURSDAY andSATL'KIi t
at 6 iV. M.
Daily Four Horse Stage Line
Florence, Silver King aud Pinal
FOUK HORSE COACHES LEAVE
Florence Dally for the above m'.nw,
KERENS t MITCHELL'S FAST I.IJfE
ForTucHon and San DieRo,
MONDAYS. FRIDAYS, & SATUUDA
at 8 o.olock a. m., arriving on
TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS it SATUR
DAYS at 4 p. m.
Faro, - - $5. Time. - - 7 hour
Distance Thirty-Five Miles.
WESTON it LONG, Proprietors
M. R ARNES, Ajjenl at Pinal Camp.
August II. 1375. V
Notice to Shippers-
HE COLORADO STEAM NA: ,;j
2VX ONTAN A
Leave San Francisco every 20 dji
for JIexican Ports and fllnuth of
Colorado River, con-
nAi.tim ,vlfli rlvr trfiitLc. Vrfffrlil land- d
at Yuma In (12) days from San France-
San Francisco, California, Yuma and Kn
enoerx, a. l. i. rui.ti..ui's. ir
Tn-Weekly Mail Line
FROM TUCSON TO 1U
KERENS it MITCHELL. CO.VTRAlT
ors; Jas. A. Moire, SuiK-rluf nd'ti;.
Two-horMf comjIi-s arrive nt Tucsor
Evory TU BSD AY, TH UlUD A Y aud u. . I
URDAY at 2 p. m.
Leave MONDAY. WELNKSP.VY .'
FUlUAi III i p. m.
I .. ..ri ttl 1 flul iN.llllt'i. t.
fVllivtUK i,,.... ... . . j -
with tite San Plego DlvNUn ' the s in
line or stages direct to San Fnm"' i.
Time to San Dleo 3 days.
Fare to Yuma, - - $5..
Express Baggage per lb. 3.'cts.
Way fares 20 cts. per mile; through frt-!t .
from San Diego ftOcts.; 30 rt.n. batci?iiit b.
lowed each passense.
Asrenis. w. tv. ntim i
B. Hooper ami Co., Yuma; E N v
New Mexican Express Company
Incorporated with exoluslvo privilw
undor laws of Now Mexico.
Dolns a Renenil
Passenger and Es press Uuslne"
between Silver City, New Mexico s.r '
Santa Fe, New Mexico, and extendlc
to El Paso, Texas.
Through to New York iu Five Day
Less time than by Any other Route.
Semi-weekly coaches between Slli!'
City and Santa Fe. Express busi
ness in all Its branches. Collec
tions made, chanjeH advanc
ed Ut connectlnc lines,
Principal otHco at iJisCruce, N- M
NU.MA REYMOND, President
8. M. .V3HKNKF.r.TKK,.Soo'y. and Treasurer.
May'i', 1S75. p'-w
TO ALL WHOM ITMAY CONCERN-
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION t
eued out of the Justice Court ' na"V
H. Meyers, Esq.. Justice of the
Precinct Number Oue, Pima ivunty. A."-
zona, upon juusiu'in um.r :
said Court on the 2th day of September,
A. D. 1875. In favor of John n. Archibald,
. . .... Aninmi iu
plaintiff and againsiueorRe
Co.. defendants, for the sum of Three Hun
dred (300) Dollars, together with tho ac-
orued coils thereon, to-wu: auo ,,r"
Seventy 70) Dollars, and together with t tie
accruing cost thcreou. Now, by virtue of
a levy mode tinder tnesaiu
will sell at pubtlo auction to the WKiieji
bidder on the 15th day of overnber, A.
D.1S75, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day . n
front of the Court-homo uoor
lage or Tucson, coumy
aroresaiu.au me hihuwiuj " ito.Acfv
perty or so much thereof as will satisii
inesaiu aoove nameu jusuit",
aze. accrued cost, and costs awruinK.
All ineru;ni, uuennu . .""Vntii!.
defendants of, In and to that certain bnlld-
inss anu improvemeuia IT;
thereto, situate, lyltikt and belnc In .
County of Pima and Territory ..f r
and belns- known and d-smnat-t
lr Mil. inh. situate aN'iu 'it m.i;
a southwesterly uireciiou ,
Grant, and every prt and piiK .
iieu ai ''TjuRY.she'.tr.
By C. A. SnmELi., Uuder SherUt
October 23, 1875. r