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During the night of April 7th, the
Apaches on theChiricahua reservation,
while undis-turhed under the peaceful
and benign influences of their chosen
agent and stipulations agreed to by and
between them and Maj.-Gcncral How
ard, murdered X. 31. Itodjrcrs and a
Mr. Spence at Sulphur Springs station,
about twenty-five miles from Camp
Bowie and say eighteen from their
agency. On the morning of the 8th,
a scout of forty men under Lieut. Hen.
y, two citizens and four Indians fol
lowed the Indians into San Pedro val
ley and relumed to .Bowie on the 11th,
having neither killed uor captured
any Indians or stock stolen by the Apa
ches. In the meantine, a Mr. Lewis
was killed and Mr. Brown wounded!
on the 8th in the San Pedro valley,
and a lot of stock taken by the same
July 14, George Todcnworth and
Joseph L. Cadotte were killed by the
Apaches in Pinery canyon about twenty
"miles from Camp Bowie. On being
advised of the murder at Camp Bowie,
a sergeant and twenty men were tent
to look after the bodies and returned
within two davs, having made no
scout after the Indians,
September 13, as detailed elsewhere
in to-day's paper, J. C. Johnson and
Calvin Mowrey were shot and killed
while at their labor in San Pedro val
ley just where Mr. Lewis was killed
in April, and the settlement abandoned
again as it was in April. Mr. C. 31.
Hooker raised a partj of armed men
to look after 3Ir. Mowrey's body, (that
of Mr. Johnson having been previous
ly found,) and accidentally a couple of
energetic cavalry sergeants with a few
men were camped at Tres Alamos en
route to their post, and the' started in
pursuit, but all returned for obvious
reasons, and again the murderous Apa
ches are going about whithersoever
they choose, doubtless rejoicing in
their easy success in theft and murder
and freedon from punishment.
On Wednesday, while near the post-
ofilcc in Tucson, Lieut. Bay declared
he believed that at least twenty men
had been murdered by Indians in the
Chiricahua mountains during the last
Five months and a half have passed
since those Indians renewed murder,
ing in Arizona. They broke their
own agreement while unmolested and
in undisturbed enjoyment of the very
agent and all the conditions given and
promised them on behalf of govern
ment, and it is worse than ordinary
LATKST News SotmaUI&EU. Attor- Knllwny to Vumn nml Knstm.rd.
ney-Gencral Taft left Washington on Dmht3 b scd bv vari.
me ism, to lane pan m vu v-u- ous parUcs regardiug the coraing ofi
paign. Un the loin, me cisu rnin c..utIlcrn p.1(,;fin ,:i.va.. to vnma
AAnn I J 1
ot the Cenienniai ereoirWw, bu, there is rather good evidence that
more than any (lay ancr me opcau. u wiu C(jme there and thaj by
Official returns show the Republican j i 187r Gen. D. D. Colton is
majority in Maine to be over 17,000 a y President of the comnanv. and
gain of 13,000 over 1875. The Bepub- wag intei.vjc,ved by thc San pmncisco
licans of South Carolina have rcnom. pogtj at Ue t-me of laying tbc last
inated Gov. Chamberlain for governor. . I)(!tween s.m Francisco and Los
Thc prices of wool were higher and An es Jn , t0 a question as to
tinner m Philadelphia on tne win. what tie company would do with all
Lucius Hobinson, state controller, as the;r aborcrSj Gen. Colton said:
: ....1 . tC Knw VtrV
nuin.uau.-u ui S"- A Qf thcm tQ (Uscha C(
by the Democratic coincnuon at o.ira- and wesban fimi speedy use for the
toga on the 13th. The dispatches say rest. A large number of men will be
he is objectionable with his own partv. set to work on the Central Pacific mak
Gen Terry's column broke up on the ing embankments where we now have
ut.ii. itrrj s tuium i trestle-work. The rest will be lunush-
14th, and 'lerry leaves ineiieiu; auu ed employment in carrying out a pro-
on thelSth, 140 Indians surrendered ject which wc have m view, and in a
to Col Carlin at Standing Rock month or two, when the weatner win
... : nermit. thev will be nut at work at the
agency. A newe.wau.uoo . . cmfof thc route, extending it to
under coasuieraunn ueiweeu u.e Fort Yuma on the Colorado.
ted States and Great Rritain. In the When do you expect to reach ttiat
lip Utli two masked men ! point?
boarded the Utah Central tram eight I think by Xcw Year's.
,n(.a nnnl. nf Salt Lake Citv. tracL'ed Here is an oflicial statement that the
Wells Fariro & Co's messcn:er. rob- road will come to Yuma and that, too,
bed him of S1500. and made their es- by next January.
cane. Thc United States treasury is The inquiry was then made whether
buying all sorts of silver bullion at the the company would energetically push
Philadelphia, San Francisco and Car- e roau uirougn .u-izona, a.m wu.
son mints and thc Xew York assay of- olloa ereu'
ficc. At the first two named mints We certainly shall. We arc well
i .i -v i os .1.,. equipped for railroad building, and no
and the 2scw lork assay ofhec, the orjjnaiy obstacle shall stop us. If wc
price paid is $1.01 per standard ounce, ct permi9Sion to extend our line east
and at Carson ?1.00i, the value to oc ot the Colorado, and the assistance
ascertained by assay "in the mints and which wc need from Congress, we shall
cnllnc nor flioFirni I'll 1 1 rt fl Ol nil 1 ft TVfl C I 1
1 " I say " three years," bnt 1 believe we
visited by a heavy storm last Saturday, can do jt ;n mucb iess time tban that.
which did much damage. Parts of Xo railroad company in the world has
thc roofs on the main exhibition build- such facilities for railroad construction
,. , ,, as we nave now, wnn our iraineu om.
Ornnt County to Arlxonu.
What do the neonle of Arizona
think of thc proposition made by the
Grant County (New Mexico) Horaldi
to have Grant county annexed to this
Territory. Thc article of the Herald
on the subject, we give in to-day's Citizen-,
and direct attention to it Wei
have no doubt but the people of that
county and the county itself are all
that Thc nerald claims for them, and
that they would be valuable acquisi
tions to Arizona. At first thought, we
can conceive of no objections but of
some advantages by having both peo
ple and county; but would the taking
not make a rather awkward boundarj'
between the two Territories? Now
the line is straight. Of course, this is
a feature that would only mar the looks
of the map a little, and is not a mate
rial objection. But we'll sort o' wait
and hear from Santa Fe and the Rio
Grande valley and other parties inter-
ested. and ask the attention of our
interested readers to thc subject.
Cor. of U1d tad FInt St.
1 ana, Arizona.
38 California Street.
San r'nncbeo, Cal
SNIDER, STEWART & CO.,
Camp Grant, Arizona,
Wholesale and Ketail Dealers ames Barney
293 Broadway, X. y.
Tucson, A. T.
-In all kinds of-
Sueccssor to the Late Finn of
General Merchandise "William B. Hooper & Co.,
Sutler's Stores and Supplies.
Our Stocks will be selected with a Special
vlow to local necessities and wants.
Continues the Business In ARIZONA and
OPENING OF THE
Centennial at Tucson, Arizona,
By a Great Display ot New Goods.
A Xcw Era In Selllnjr Merchaudl
1 T HUIjKSAIiE I
Arms for Citizens.
Oftlocrs, Soldiers and the. attaches of a
milltnry post will And such assortment
and variety In our various lines of
Koods, combined with such mod
erato prices, that In future tho
visiting of distant points to
make purchases or the
obtaining of nrtlc 8
by mail or express
will cease to bo
FARMERS and RANCHMEN
We have just received
Shipping: 6 Commission Merchant, TIIE LAIGES'r shipment of gocds
Ever come to Tucson from the East,
by way of Xew Mexico-Consisting of
Will Carry a Full prime Stock of
Atigust lo, Gov. Safford applied to
the Secretary of War for fivo hundred In Central Southeastern Arizona and on
stand of arms. unriVr tin imnr rci., lti0 upper una win in future
J J " W & ..V 1 I- I
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
PROVISIONS, DRY GOODS
a Full Line of
at the -
MOST REASONABLE RATES,
off, and the exhibits of the Americans
and British considerably damaged.
Trppc irnre hlmrn down and ehininevs
,,r,i nirin mi rfc nf u.ltv Mm.v ,iave a 1uick and comparatively cheap
persons were badly injured but none
Our miners, stock
can all take courage.
and wool men
They will soon
Business continues good m
falsehood to say subsequent events
New York. On thc 9th, Col. Buell of
the Cheyenne agency, r-ports the In
dians very desirous of surrendering.
Lust Tuesday was set for disarming
the Indians at the Upper Missouri
Agencies. Some think, Xhey will sub
mit and others otherwise. After Gen
Terry's column broke up, thc Seventh
Infantry and Second cavalry were sta
tioned at Fort Ellis and the Twenty-
second Infantry at the mouth of Glen
dine creek building a stockade. The
Seventh Cavalrv go to Fort Lincoln
and the Tenth remain at Fort Buford
Gen'l Terry and staff go to St. Paul
A Chicago dispatch of the 19th, says
about ten days previous, Gen. Crook
surprised a party of between 200 and
300 Indians north of Harney's Peak
aud killed everyone, but the dispatches
of the 20th, do not confirm the news
of thc light, and it may or may not be
either led them to a renewal of hostili
ties or in anj' manner excuses their
crimes or their exemption from punish
ment. But as we were about to say,
Ave and one-half months have passed
since those Apaches recommenced to
murder our people and break up the
homes of those they permit to live,
and not oue of them has yet been
punished. They go hither and thither
at will and likewise kill and steal.
But one relief from destruction
5cems open to the citizens exposed to
. to the south and cast of here, and that
is for the Governor to exercise the pow
er conferred on him by the law of Ari
zona, and call out by volunteering or
otherwise, sufficient militia to thor.
oughly scour thc haunts of the hos
tile Indians; organize such militia into
companies, and by having them under
his control, get them armed by the
government. Until some such effect-n-e
measures arc adopled and carried
into execution, exposed settlers must
abandon their homes and come to the
larger settlements, or incur thc risk of
being murdered while at their peaceful
work of making homes for themselves
Arue. The commissioners sent to treat
Mr. Clum unit III ApacliCN.
They arrived at St. Louis about the
1st instant. The Olympic thealer had
been rented and the prospects very
fair for a brilliant opening. Thc St.
Louis reporters were "doing" the par
ty in gushing style. The Apnchcs
were very happy and had many callers.
All the out-croppings indicated that
the first "clean-ups " would be pn-f.
itablc, even though times were very
hard. Mr. Clum. in writim?- on Hm :ui
with the Sioux were at Bed Cloud
agency on the 18th, the day set for
the council with them, but no Indians
were present at the hour of meeting,
all of them being twenty miles distant
ostensibly to talk with Spotted Tail's
Indians, but it was thought a simple
avoidance of thc commissioners. Late
New York dispatches, say every
pawn-broker shop window contains a
sign that not above 25 will be loaned
uu uuy uue arucie. me poor arc
pawning everything, and merchants
and others pawn jewelry, family bi
bles, workmen's tools and household
furniture. Everything is turned over
for bread. Lieutenants Geo. S Ander
son and II. P. Perrine were in New
lorK, August 30. The Custer relief
fund now amounts to S4S90.25. Gen.
Hancock aud the editor of the Army
and Navy Journal are trustees of the
fund. The Texas and Pacific engi
neers were last week engaged in lire
liminary surveys out from San Diego,
aud several lines will be looked out
to Yuma. Three of Chavez old hand
were at Tecate, San Uiego county, a
lew days ago, and are reported well
anneu. iwo Hundred horses have
been stolen in Lower California dur
ing the last month and run into Sonora
by theCocopah trail. Gen Altamira-
uo, an old Pesqueira officer, with
sv;uuii.-i.-u wvii armea men n i v ;ir
rived and camped at Santa Catarinn
Oust south of the line. Cruz Lopez,
leader of the Campo bandits, is with
lliem, and they have cannon secreted
m tho mountains. There are more
than tho usual number of fat c.nith in
San Diego county. Severnl droves have
gone to Arizona. Thc Bcnublicans of
way- to send their products to a never-
tailing market. Supplies and ma
chinery can be had much cheaper.
3Ien of capital and science will not
hesitate to come and see our mines
and become interested in them, when
they can do so m Palace cars. And
thc Palace cars are cominir soon. In
three years, the people of this section,
and very likely those of Tucson, will dai
ly hear the cheery-and energizing sound
of the locomotive whistle. Mines
that are now practically valueless, will
then be worth many thousands. Ores
now on the dumps of mines which
cannot be profitably reduced here nor
shipped away, can then be sold for a
profit in cash. There will soon be
many more ways by which men can
realize cash for labor. And now is
the time to lay the foundation for prof-
itable operations a very few vears
tion of J uly 3, 187C. A reply has been Discover It to be to their Advantage SADDLERY,
rornipiil nnl nronlli. 1. I . .... ... I
"-""-"i v-mi-iij ucuuuiiig iu give xo purcuasem tneir own vicinity and
thc arms but citing the conditions of
the resolution which arc:
Provided that such issues shall he
only from arms owned by the -ovorn- Thelr Fnrmlni? Tools and Utensils, their
. i -i i , p. i . ...
mem wnieii nave c-een superceded and nousenoiu supplies anu goous, onu
no longer issued by the army; provid- everything needed abouta ranch.
ed, however, that said arms shall be 1 .
issued only m the following manner Drovers and Mock Dealers
and upon the following conditions.
1- 1 1 ' v. v. arv '""HV Lv oa v l t3 IU btlU
' requisition ot me largo centers of business, when thev
DKUUS AND MINING MATERIALS.
DRUG SAND MINING MATERIALS,
Selected to Exactly Suit
Merchauts, Station Keepers, Miners,
Ranchers and Freighters
BOOTS & SHOES
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES.
LIQUORS and KEY WEST CIGARS,
CHINA and GLASSWARE.
STOVES. tt , i? nw ir-
FARMERS and MINERS TOOLS.
And other articles which are needed to
supply the demands for tho comfort
of the WHOLE COMMUNITY,
flnd our establishment filled with
articles adapted to their wants.
ARIZO NA and MEXICO.
Solicits Orders for Goods and Assures
This makes our stock
THE MOST COMPLETE IN ARIZONA.
or any where this side of the
governors of said States or Territories
showing the absolute necessity of arms
for the protection of the citizens .nnl
their property against Indian raids in-
to said States or Territories, also that
militia companies are rceularlv orf.m-l Minpr nmt Prnsnpr.tnro
ized and under control of tl.e govern- Xeed not carry their hard-earnings In tho rTn0 MERTnd our arrangements tor bringing them
ore of the said States and Territories . ... . ... CHAN D I S E I to this place at
iiuure a long uisiance and expend an
These Goods wore
:ht at Prices so low
to whom said arms are to 'm inorl'
and that said covernor or L'ovnrnors
shall give good and sufficient bond for
the return o said arms or payment for
the same at such time as the Seeretnrv
of War may designate.
they havo for tho necessary tools
and supplies to continue work.
At Camp Grant they will Hnd all they
to any Part of the World -
YestA items from The Sentinel of
On last Tuesday William M. Grif- GROCERIES
fith started two Concord coaches for
San Diego, to operate from that end
of the line.
On Main street In front of tho house
in which his wife and her children
need at Living Trices.
Wc shall keep constantly on hand a com
plete assortment and variety
of goods, consisting of:
BUYS or MAKES ADVANCES
ARIZONA AXD MEXICAN mODUVE.
The SALE of ORES and MINERALS
that we can confidently assure tho
Public that wo
Can and V.'IH Sell Goods Cheaper
than they can be brought here from
Our Advantages for Buying Goods,
(Having a Partner Constantly In tho No-v
York Market buying rrom First
Hands, aro UNSURPASSED
by any house In tho
were living, Henry Fulmer shot Auto- HARDWARE.
instant, was very hopeful of the future PIa5nu havt5 ovcr 17M0 majority with
of thc parly, and everything to that
date, had been very smooth. Thc ven
ture was looked upon as hazardous,
but Mr. Clum knew his Indians better
Ihail anyone else, and he never doubted
a successful issue, and so far as heard
from, he has not been disappointed.
Wc surely note his progress with much
interest and hope it may be marked to
the end with the grente-t SHccess and
popularity, and result in benefit to w
The Dclcgwto CminNN.
We have a letter from an old and
well posted resident of Mohave county
that that county will give Hon. IJ. S.
Stevens a majority at the coming elec
tion, and there are various indications
that Yavapai will do likewise. From
the othr counties, the news shows that
whatever change is going on, is in
favor of Mr. Stevens. The fact is, the
more thc people think of the subject.
the more they become decided in thojr
purpose to reelect a man who has been
so industrious and impartial in his
public course. The majority for him
should bo large and there u good roa
son for saying it will he.
a gain of thirty-three members in the
House and nine m the Senate. Tilden
explains his income returns by saying
ne advanced several hundred thousand
dollars to his brothers, which proved
almost a total loss. Gen. Bufus In
galls has arrived at San Frahcisco to as
sume duties as chief quartermaster
Military Division of the Pacific. Gen.
T. II. Buger has assumed command of
the Department of the South. With
iwo exceptions, tnc rolling mills in
Pittsburgh have resumed operations
with orders ahead. A cheerful San
Diego djsjiatch of the 20th, says the
21st was fixed upon by the New York-
urs to blow the gates of hell to pieces.
The storm of kst Saturday was very
violent along the Atlantic and South
ern coHst, tho Middle States and Cana
da. Shipping was much damaged
and in Uie interior houses were un
roofed, trefs uprooted and fences pros
trated. A gang of counterfeiters were
discovered by secret service aeents
a year ago in Alabama, embracing a
number of prominent citizens, and
within a few days revenue agent Mav
biiry and two witness have been as
sassinated and thc principal persons
indicted havo escaped bv the conniv.
ance of the local authorities. In S.
vannah. Georgia, 25S casas of vellow
.feycj havo beoti reported in one jgny.
The Prescott Miner has finally
struck a couple of points on the cen
sus fraud of Yavapai county. It ha:
heard of one name on the Pima roll
that ought not to be there only heard
of it being there; and this it seems to
think a strong argument to prove there
are not some eight thousand wrong
fully on the Yavapai roll. Then
thinks the valuation of assessable prop
erly a point to sustain the Yavapai
census Iraud. In the face of just
about absolute proof that the census
rr ll of Yavapai contains eight thou
sand names more than there arc peo
pie in the county, or were at any time
during thc forty days proscribed by
law for taking the census, the Prescott
paper is welcome to its worthless
crumbs of comfort. Names of well
known residents of other counties and
non-residents of the Territory, arc on
the iavapai list, aud thousands that
the census marshal could not find per
sons to represent anywhere, if armed
with complete power to search whith
ersoever he pleased. A more bare
faced fraud than the Yavapai census
roll for 1S7C, never was before perpc
tratcd. It is very unwelcome business
for anyone to sustain such fraud, and
thc Prescott Miner is in a peculiarly
pitiable condition in this connection.
Items from the Grant County Herald
of September 1G:
Magruder's coach took out on Thurs
day 2-l,SS0 in bullion.
Mr. Johnson, of Clifton, Arizona,
has been in town purchasing goods for
that point. He has ordered a turbine
wheel from the East, and will operate
on thc Francisco river for gold.
D. B. Boa of Tucson, purposes vis
iting Mcsil la and Cruces before return.
mg to Arizona. Mr. B. is strong v
impressed with the mineral resources
of Arizona and sa3's the great latent
wealth of his Territory is attracting a
thriving and intelligent immigration
irom the Pacific Suites.
Thos. Gallispic committed suicide
September 5, two miles east from Fort
Bayard. A letter of his of that date,
details tnc leading and sad events ofi
his life, showing him to have been a
man of fine education and some prom
inence, but that excessive drink
brought ruin upon him and led to the
taking of his own life while, as his
letter shows, he was perfectly sensible.
FARMERS AND MINERS OUTFITS.
TOBACCOS. Etc., Etc.
nio Begli in the breast and neck, then
shot his own wife in the shoulder, and
then put his revolver to his forehead
and shot himself, dying almost instant
ly. A very bad woman was the cause
of this terrible affair. She is wound-
ed slightly and will recover. Aside
from their trouble with this bad wo
man, both Begli and Fulmer were in
dustrious, honest men and cood citi
zens ' Camp Grant Ik situated convenient o
, , Pueblo Viejo ami other uew settlements!
i nc jtontana was due at the mouth P" ",e uimJ nm '"rrrom the noted Clifton
rf flm rvlrM.n,l ,,, on.i i.i -""lustO roans neiween uampsiJow
ot the Colorado on the 20th, and the he and Apache, and San Carlos.
Our prices are as low as nnv ilealors and I
goods as good as can be purchased In thel
best markets. Patronage Is respectfully!
SNIDER, STEWART & CO.
The chief ordnance officer calls the Camp Grant, April 22. 187fi-
Governor's attention to the require
ment regarding issuance of arms only
to militia under his control, which, at
present, makes it impossible to get the
arms; but under the law of Arizona,
the Governor has full power to raise a
hmuu suuicieni io prosecute a war
against any hostile Indians, &c.
u hether or not thjs step will be tak
en by him, we are unadvised, but sure-
Buys and Exchanees Gold Dust, Gold and
aiiveruuinon, unitca states Treasury
Drafts, Legal Tenders, Soldiers
Warrants and Vouchers and
Good Commercial Bills.
Special orders will be attended to bv the
1 San Francisco Branch House wjth prompt-
iicn.i ami iiueiuy.
All orders and commissions should he
I addressed to
JAMES M. BARNEY.
January 29. Yuma, Arizona.
We now Invite our friends and the publlo
to coino and examine our stock
and see for themselves.
Wo will offer thorn such Inducements as
to maKe It to their
E. N. Fisir,
Tucson, A. T.
river steamers connecting with
are erpectcd at Yuma on the 23d.
1876. WHERE NOW? 1876.
E. N. FISH & CO.
Large and Complete Stock
Tiny of Us,
and especially do wo Invito thc
Attention of the Wholesale Trade,
We will pny as formerly tho
HIGHEST PRICE FOR GOLD AND
Giving the Minors the FULL VALUE of
wnatcouiii bo realized In any market.
COUNTRY PRODUCE BOUGHT
(for Cash, or Ltlmral Cash advances mado
on any consignments to us.
Thanklnc the nubile rr th
Patronage in the past, we hope to merit
its continuance for the next century.
Tucson, August 12. 1S7C
Cor sale at
ly it should be taken without hesita-pew C. 0. D. Store uear Camp
tion. The citizens are beinir killed
and plundered, and no Indians arc be
ing punished. The Territory can do
what is beyond thc power of individ
uals, and it should now step in and
punish thc hostile Indians who are
unobstructed in their career of theft
and murder, and seem likely to meet
with no obstacles except under the
VERY LOW KATES
To buy supplies for myself and others out
of his complete 6tock of
rrillE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVES
JL notice or their
TnE Prescott Miner makes prcten.
sions to be a newspaper, and it has
not 3'et told its readers that there are
three counties officially proccediii"-
against flie Yavapai census fraud, but
on the contrarj- carries the idea to its
readers that a few men in Tucson aro
ineoniy ones honest and courac-eons MIIilTAIlV. FARMERS and MIX.
I'liuugn io oppose incir iraud which
BOOTS AND SHOES,
TOBACCOS AND CIGARS,
has only the merit of unparalleled bare-j
Says the Los Angeles Star of Sep
tembcr 12: Col. C. A. Beynolds, U.
S. Army, formerly quartermaster at
Camp Supply, Indian Territory, is at
the St. Charles, en route to Prescott,
where he takes the position of Chief
quartermaster of the Department of
Arizona, succeeding Col. Chandler.
Mr. F. W. Piper, fermerly chief clerk
of the quartermaster's department
Camp Supply, Indian Territory, ac!
companies Col. Beynolds to Arizona
and will be cjerk of that department.
In Tuc.'on. at tho roslrton nn nf lir fnm.
lly of the bride. Sentemherlfi. 1K7. hv v.-
wifr jiuionio.iovenccau, nr. 1. 1 Masso
lottl and Miss Josefa Ortiz.
MOTHTON t CO.,
No. 1002 F Street, Washington, D. C-,
Agents for tho Collection of, and hasten
ing the payment of claims against tho
several Departments of government.
His goods are all NEW and FRESH, nnd
ho Soils thorn
Cheaper for Cash than any
other House in South
Come sec for yourself and bo convinced
by facts nnd figures.
pcpiemocr v. 52w
To the Citizens of Pima County.
A NDREW C RCOCLY HEREBY RE-
.DL spectfutly announces himself to the
voiers or l'lina county, as a caDdldato
FOR COUNTY RECORDER
At tho ensuing November election.
MEYERS ST., TUCSON, ARIZONA.
Fruit Cans for Sale Cheap.
. AFTER COMPLETE RENOVATION
lru,t, "UIT CANS FOR SALE Jl aud rc-arrancenient, the proprietors
luU by of the Palace leel justified In calling the
attention or tnc public to itas mo
DAVIS A KELSON
At S1.SO Per Dozen.
FINEST HOTEL IN ARIZONA.
Tho Restaurant Is the most comfortable
In the Territory and tho tables are
withdrawal from the Mercantile
Association of Tucson,
(OnJulyl, 1S76, and now offer tholr entire
stock of Merchandise at
LOWER RATES THAN TELE SAME
CLASS OF GOODS HAS EVER BEEN
SOLD IN ARIZONA TERRITORY,
With a determined purpose ol closing our
business In Tucson on or
BEFORE DECEMBER 1, 1S70,
Therefore tho public generally will find it
to their GREAT INTEREST to call
nnd examine our goods and prices;
and wo also assure nil that our
stock is very complete and .
adapted to thc wants .of
rpO PETER REED OR ANY PERSON
jl ur wrMiis uHnviDg iiue iv oecu irom
tho original locator in thn Knstler West
Mine, situated In Pinal fYinntr. near M in-1 4;. .i ...in. n .1. , 4 .
era! Oreek. Arizona. " urr..i... ... w.o vuuiiuusuiiu
ion are hereby notified that If you do lieilcacfejJ ot the .Market.
ni wuuin ninety uavx from the dale nf
this notice, pay to the undersigned at Flor
ence. Arizona, your proDorUonal nnrtof
iur uiit'um jiit-urreu on said mine or lo
cation, the undersigned will claim a for-
leuure or your interest In said mino.
c . , . J w McCALLBN.
Florence, Snpt. 19, 1ST. $l-lgw
Comfortable Rooms, wall Ventilated.
TheBost of Accommodations. Food and
Service, at tho most
We also offer for Balo at
All of our Real and Personal Property In
Pima County, Including
Steam Flouring, Mill, Ranch, tlve
Stock, Store and Dwelling Houses.
All persons Indebted to us aro requested
to make prompt payments on or before
December 1; and all havlngclalms against
our Tucson house, will please present
them for adjustment within the same
"me- E. N. FISH A CO.
Tucson, July 1. gy-tf
ROAD STATION RECEIPTS RE A DY
printed and for sale cheap at The Cit
Pioneer livery and Sale Stables,
ONLY AND GREAT ORIGINAL
THE OLDEST. COMPLETEST AND
Itest known Establishment ot tho
kind, kept by the
SQUAREST DEALER IN TUCSON,
If wo do say It.
Tho Largest and Best Kept Corral,
Hay unlimited; Corn, Bran, Barley and
NO PORK AND BEANS.
Animals fed by tho Day. Week. Montn.
Excellent Stalls and plenty ot Room.
The Southern Pacific Mail Lino ami So
nora Stages stop at this stable.
Trains and Traveling Conveyances re
ceived nnd carefully attended to.
Tho traveling and pleasure outfits of Arr
my Officers accommodated and Board
ed with ospeclal care and at
These Stables arc the Headquarters of ofll-
cors' teams and riding animals.
Conscientious treatment to Man and Beast,
Orders solicited and prompt attention
June 20. SC-tf
DAVIS & KELSON.
Congkess Street, Tccsou ,
TIN. BRASS AND SHEET IRON WA RE ;
Also STOVES of theDEST pattorns.
Connected with the above establishment
a special department for the
REPAIR AND CLBANLNG
WATCHES. CLOCKS, Etc., Etc.
All work warranted as represented.
TINING DEHIiS FQR SALB AT TIIE