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San Pedro Station
This old and well known Station situated
San Pedro Crossing,
On the direct route from
Tncson to the Tombstone, )os
Cabezas and Chiricahua
Has justbecn re-opened by tbeundorslzn
ed, who has put the xtatlcn In
Excellent Meals and Kent Rooms and
Bds provided lor the traveler.
wiaueceo wiin me station win e sup
plied with a cornplele slock of such roods
aa will be required by Miners. Farmers,
uuu me traveling puuiic Bencrally.
The Best Qualities of Hay and
Constantly on nnnd.
Fropcsals for Flour.
Headq'ks DepahtsiTof Ahiiovi.
OFFICK CIIIF.FCoSIMISSARY SUIISIMKNCE,
WUHTI-EBAltKAlKS. I'llltCiTT, A T-.
T - I . . .n .a
SEALED PROPOSALS, IN TRIPLI
cate. subleel to the usual mmiiiinn.
will be received at this ntlice or at the
onices orttie commls'tirlcs at the follow
ing named r'Sts, until 12 o'clock noon,
on Monday, March 15, 1&0, at which rune
and places tnry nil! be opened In the
firesence of bidders 'orfurnlshingnnd de
Ivery of Klour, as follows:
Fort Apache liXCO
ron Loweii annua
Delivery o( one'
be required within fortj five days anil the
balauce within nlneiy days after notlnea
tlon of award. No bids will be enter
tained unless sample he furnished,
which should not bp of lens welch! than
twelve pounds, mi marked as to lie easily
identlfiod, nnd should reach this otllce on
or belore the dale for opening bids. A
standard sample of flunr tit the qtin,
Ibis advertisement contemplates will he
furnlshed bidders on application, which
application it is desired t.hi old be made
at the earliest practicable date.
The Government reserves the right to
reject any or nil proposals.
Blank forms, cond ilwns, etc.. embmc
Ine all pecefsary Intnrmatiou. will to lur
nisbed by Hny Commisrary In the Depart
ment or by tne undersigned.
CIIAS. P. EAG AN.
Captain and C. R.
SATURDAY. - FEBRUARY 2S. ISStt
From Owl Head.
3Ir. W. H. ilcrritt, one of the par
ties interested ia the Owl Head Dis
trict, came in Saturday for supplies.
In the Jessie Benlon mine, which has
a shaft down 18 feet, they have taken
out and shipped several tons of ore,
which netted them $300 per ton. The
camp is compoed of some fifteen min
ers who are quietly working away, and
no report Iris been made to induce the
capitalist to isit them. The fact that
ore has been shipped and yielded
more than enough to pay expenses is
encouraging and under the circum
stances the miner is not anxious to
put his claim on the market.
The remark that Ihe old residents
have not been fortunate in securing
valuable mines does not hold good in
all cases. It is true th.it it does make
the old resident feel a little "blue"
when he sees the stranger coming in
and getting away with the lion's share
of the wealth in mines, ranches, mill
sites, etc. As a refutation of the above
remark we were shown a quantity of
gold rock yesterday by Isaac Gold
berg, one of the old residents, and one-
third owner in the discovery, which
will ns?ay over .$1000 per ton. "We
congratulate Mr. Goldberg and in the
future do not want him to sny that an
old residenter can't have luck.
Grana Jurors for March Term
31. W. Stewart, R. G. Huffaker, J. S.
3Iansfeld, A. W. Unthank, O. Bucka
lew, B. 31. Jaeobs, J. S. Vosburg, A.
3IcCann, C. O. Brown, II. B. Smith, J.
J? E Bailey, C. II. Laburrec. Paul Abadie
Bowie jii.tuti J. C. GInsby, W. L. Vail, C. T. Etchell.
PMrSRJZZZIZi:1Bljli J- R- Farrell, J. P. Fuller, Wm. Zeck-
fsT'pVescT.tT. -wlo' emiorf' Gt'Orge Allison. W. S. Edwards,
s-hair the a"m"uiTuwiii 31. Pagan, Thonia Belknap.
J. A. P. Hall. Esq., took his depar
ture to-day for his home in Pennsyl
vania. 31 r. Hall is a brother of Lieut.
B. Frank Hall, and hns been looking
after some of their important interests
in Pima County. The brothers have
been successful in their operations
thus tar and have most positive
prospects of still greater results in the
In conversation with 3Ir. Gnylord
wc took occasion to ask him how la
was getting along, supposing from his
appearance that he was not very pros,
perou, but when he informed us that
he had been offered $20,000 for a half
interes: in the Honey Comb mine, Pat-
cate. subject to the usual concilium nironia District, nil mir srmnatln- (!.
Tl- 1 1 Ku ril. nl . . . .1" ... ' 1 - '
"... iv vru nil- tlllllt; or ui ine
Proposals for Beef and Mutton.
HEAnQTTARTFItS DEPARTM'TOF AltlZONA.
Office Cuief CojiVy Scbsistfm k
siww.ij ruui'UAls, ir rail
Thk second brigade, first division of
Chainmen employed on the railroad
works passed through our city last
Tuesdav en route to the Ciencga and
Sin Pedro. The' were armed with
picks and shovels, and had an exten
sive banage and provision train. i
don't know if they had a pass from
Kearney or not, but a majority of th
Celestials looked as if they did not
care a mill dam about it. As they
passed through the town one enthust
astic young hoodlum, evidently fres
from the Sand Lots, expressed a wis
to " go through tho crowd with a pick
handle." We devoutly wish he had
made the attempt, for it would hav
given our Coroner a job, and there
would have been one vagabond less on
the face of the earth. One gentleman
of Teutonic origin remarked, " Veil
vot a shame dot ish. I don't like dem
Chinamans von bit." When asked
why, he replied, " Vy ? Vy becaush, be-
caush dey don't drinks lager. Dot:
vy." He may have been in the bust
James Hatxes was arrested Tues
day on complaint of Juan Vasqttes
upon the charge of mayhem liy slitting
his nose and assaulting him generally
and brought before Justice Xeugas:
for examination and trial this mom
mg. from me evidence it appear
that Haynes met Vusqucs on the road
leading to the Billito ranches and or
dered htm to stop. Vasques, not pay
ing any attention to the command
was then assailed by Haynes, who
afterwards in a struggle very affection
utcly embraced Vasquc.-s. and by some
accident came in close contact with
Vttsquo' nose, and then the lust after
the llesh did not withstand temptation
These being, however, not -ufiicient
evidence to hold the defendant for
ma Item, lie was ordered discharged
but fr the unlawful assault Humes
was fined -$75 or seventy-five days in
the Count' Jail. The defendant ap
pealed from the judgment to the
3ln. Stuart, the patentee of the
Hunt, Douglns & Stuart Iixivation pro
cess of reducing orc, arrived this
morning from Globe, where he has
Iieen for ome time engaged tn puttintr
in tunning order the Baldwin mill
He is now on his way to Arivaca to
strt up the Arivaca mill, which is fur
nished with his apparatus and which
has been for several weeks awaiting
his arrival. There now seems to be
nothing in the way to prevent the early
production of a considerable amount
of bullion from this mill. We under
offices rf ib ConimlsfnriK nt iiipfi.tinu-
Ing named pofts, until 12-o'clock noon,
on Saturday, March 27. 1K-0. for fiirnl.-li
ing and delivery of such quantities ofl
.ceei anu .Minion on the hlocR hh may be
from lime lo time requlrt-d ai Forts
Apache. Bowie. Grant. Lowell. Mi-Dow
ell, MojHve. Verde and Yuma. Cnmps
iiuniiiuCT, nucKer ana l nomns,
"Whipple Barracks. Prescott. In th
partment, from July 1, LsSO, to June 30
The Government reserves tho right to
reject any or all proo-ais.
Blank proposal and full In form a Hon
as to Ihe manner ot bidding, conditions
to be observed by bidders, and term-" ot
contract and payment .will be fiirms-hetl
on application to (his office, or to (he
Commissaries at the varlmi pots named.
The contracts to be madeunder lhi. al
rertlremtntsiiHlI not oe construed to In-
volve the United State in any obligation
for payment In excess of the appropria
tion granted hyConrress lor thepiirpo-c.
CHARLES P. KAGAX.
uapiHiu and U.S., U.S. A
away. You can't tell a millionaire in jstand that a considerable quantity of
IN THE MATTF.R OF THE ESTATE
of Jesus Maria Ortez. de -eaed. In the
Probate Court, Pima County, A. T.: Ii
appearinc to tl.e court bj- the petition pie
sented and filed by C. H. Drake, the ad
ministrator of the ei ate of Jeus .Maria
Ortez. deceased, praying for n order lo
sell real esitite, tliat it is for the best in
terest or said estate to sell the whole of
the real estate to pay debts, cxpensesand
charges oj the administration. It Is
therefore ordered by the Court that all
persons Interested in the said estate ap
pear neiure ine siini rrouaie Court on
Monday, the 15th day or March. A. 1.
1S-S0, at 10 o'clock a. in. of sxld iav. m the
court room of said Probate Court, In the
City of Tucson, Pin a C untv, -V- T., to
puutniiti:iij mi orurr snnuiu nol im
granted to the said administrator to sell
the real estMe of the deceased. And It 1p
further ordered that a copy of this order
be published at least lour successive
weeks in Tiik Arizona Citizen, a news
paper printed and published In snld city
and county. J.s. WOOD.
Dated Tucson, A. T., February 13th, ISiO
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA, COUNTY
of Pima, lu Justice's Com i, beoie
Joseph Neucnss. Jnstit eoi the Puu-e, Pie
cluctNo. 1. P M. Hilton, plaintiff, vs
W. H. Smith, defendant. Demimd. Sao
and iuteiesf. 'J he Teir:toiy ot Arlznim
sends treetlnc lo W.H. Smith, defendant.
You are hereliy sumnioned an I nqiuiet
toappear beloie me at my ottice in th
town of Tucson and County of Pima, on
the second day ot April, A. D. IsSO, m 10
o'clock a. m., to apswt-r the t-ompltiint ot
the above named plaintitl, who demands
of yon that ou n Indebted lo hltn in the
sum of $200 and iuletest. And if you fxil
to appearand auswer snld coiiipraint as
Herein reouireu, ii-e ptali.lill wtil lak.
JudBinenl aHiusl you as demanded and
lor the costs of litis suit.
ofGlven under my hand this second day
February, A I). 1SS0.
JOSEPH NKUGASS.J. P.
this country by his looks.
Jitst received at 3Irs. 31. J. Smith's
Ladies' and Children's Furnishing
Emporium, corner of Camp stiee. and
and I 'linrfll Fl7fl nn deir-inr -ic;rirtir..r.l
oi latiies'anu misses CMIitornm ready
made underwear, consisting of night
gowns, chemises, drawers, skirts, etc.
Also, ties, silk handkerchiefs and fancy
goods for sale at reasonable prices.
Immediately after his arrival in
Tucson a stranger might innocently be
stopped on the street in conversation
with Pin-Head Hughes the black
mailer, but if such an accident should
occur after twenty-four hours resi
dence the presumption would be strong
that the stranger was a thief and liar
of the purest water.
Ocn Guaymas letter states that the
Sonont authorities acted nobly in the
Hamilton matters. What a pity it is
that after all they have done the dc
fauher should have escaped and that
too by what seemed to be carelessness
lo say the le ist.
The carpenters and painters have
been employed for the pat few days
in repairing and repainting the inter,
ior of the Catholic church, and it is
now becoming quite attractive in ap
pearance. 3In. BonEitT Eccleston left this
morning for Tomb-tone, where he will
open the branch store for A. D. Otis
& Co., of which he is a member. A
store has been rented aud a stock of
coods cent In :iilrnne i
Ready Made Suits, Dress
Goods ana Mifinery,
Delaines, Cloaks and
Cashmeres of All Colors,
Flannel and Brocaded Silk,
Jj me Cloth and Embroid
ered Pinafore Suits
Flowers, Feathers and Birds.
Ladies Underwear Complete in
LACES, RIBBONS, FRISGES AND HOS
IERY in latest styles and of all a-rieties.
SILKS, SATINS AND VELVElSoS all col-
TOILET SOAPS, Perfumeries. Hair Oil,
Toilet Powders, etc.
The Branch Store of the While House
situated on Main street, opposite Lord
A Williams', where Is kept constantly on
hand a COMPLETE STOCK of
STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS and
Congress and Mam Sts., Tucson
Established in 1S67.
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
Cash advaves made on
Yool, Hides and Country
Produce of all kinds.
We keep constantly on hand a Ful
Stock of all kinds of 3Ierchandise.
tion is called to our
stock of Hardware,
ordered direct from
which includes ev-
erytliingnecri .1 by
.Miners and 3Ii)l
Ourstock of tools
for all trades is the
most complete and
ever before offered
Mills fc Miners.
in this market.
shovels, Axes and
Bars, Pans; Pow
der, Giant and
mite Caps, Bel
lows, Anvils and
with ev:ry tool
needed by carpen-
City of Tucson, Arizona Terrify
This school I situated In the center of
tho city, on Convent reel. In a lars
bulldlnc, woll ventilated, property of An
The courgs of Instruction comprises En
Rlish and Sponlsh In nil their branches
under the direction of competent proles
sors nnd the Immediate superintendence
of Mrs. nnd Miss Sllvn. The toachlng
will be conducted on mutual principles
Including reading, wrlttntr, arithmetic
crammar of both lancuaijes, with a gram
matical and logical analyst, descriptive
nnd political peoijmphy, history ot Amer
ica.niid universal history, religion, nood
manners and urbanity.
The scholastic year will be of ten
months nnd commence on September 1
and end JnneSO-
At the clone of tho term a general ex
nmtnatlnn will be held in all these
branches. Prizes will be awarded to tho
beat pupil In eTeryc!as.
PRICES OF TUITION.
For tho term of ten months:
Day scholars.... ........ . SO 00
Boarders . .. 200 00
J. M. SILVA, Principal.
References Charles F. Meyers, F.T.
Goodwin, K.S. Fish, Aiben Steinteldl. I'l
'zerwinsky, H. Loowenstelu, Clarke A
Putton, H. Solomon, I. Goldberg.
Country Merchants and Miners will
ud It to their advantage to call before
puri'haslns elsewhere, as everrthing in
heir line Is kept and will be sold nl as-
onlshlugly low prices.
ore i- on hand ready foi crushing, and
that more has been cwntracted for. We
hope the "Injuns" will soon begin lo
reap the glittering reward for which
they have so long waited. The sight
or a little real bullion i all that is nec
esbtiry to start a fine " boom " in that
The San Ignacio dc la Canoi land
grant, embracing four square leagues,
aud lying this side of Tubac in the
Santa Cruz villey, has been thoroughly
investigated by the Surveyor Gcnctiil,
I'JlllJU tllltt 1(1111 C C IWILU IW II (ll-l ... , n, -
inglon by mail yesterday. Tho claim-! .tistii..- .tincninery. GoKt Mills, with
ants are: r redenck 31ttish and Thom
as Driscoll, of one half by purchase
from Ignacio Ortiz, one of the origin-
h1 grantees, and lgnacia P. Ortiz. Anna
31. Ortiz, Anna J. Ortiz de Yancey and
3Iaiina Ortiz de 3I:utinez, heirs of
Tomas Ortiz the other original grantee.
Attorneys in the case are3Iessrs. Neu
gas and Hereford & Zabriskie.
We hear thai Adams Sanders ha
in contemplation important and expen
sive improvements of his water sup-
Hinckley, Spiers & Hayes.
(ESTABLISHED IN IS53)
works rumour aud howaro sts.
OFFICc NO. 213 FREMONT STREET.
tlolttlti "Work. Whims for pros
pecinm n-all mines; Portable Iio-t-linr
I nulnc-s and Iiller. with Urel.
suflatile lor viiie or liemo rone, of new
de.vis.Mts. emlKidylns all the latest mi
.illtilii- Miiclilner.r. Ilmstlnc; Paces,
miiIi Mifcity attachment. Sitietv H'X'ks,
Ore Curs, Oi-Boekfis. Water Buckets
Car WlieeN ar.d Axles. Ore Gates, with
rcns aud pinions for or-hln. Pumo
Ina Mac- inerv. Air Comnressors. Air
ufr.in. ni.. i. . . 1
ters, mill vrichts and blacksmiths.
Agricultural Implements of all kinds
Iron and Xails of all sizes direct froin
Country Merchants and Mining
Will find il much to their interest to
purchase of us. We offer the BEST
Staple and Fancy, in A V.ona. Also,
a Full Stock of UQUuKS, CIGARS
and TOUACCU. Our Stock of
Dry Goods. Clothing,
Boots and Shoes
is of the Best, both in quantity and
quality. Armnsements have "been
made by which we receive a
EVERY WEEK. Vc dso have on
jhand and make to urdcr 3Iattrasses
land Cots of till sizes. Orders from
abroad promptlv and carefull- Sited.
.-tn lo us guarauieci to on as repre
Rout. Ecclestoj;. A. D. Otis
A. D. OTIS & Co.
LUMBER, SHINGLES, Etc.,
Native and California.
Doors, Sash and Blinds,
Paints, Oils and Glass,
Crockery ana Glassware,
A. D. OTIS & Co.
MATS ST., TUCSON. A. T.
1mii or eoncentralor-i as irnu reil. Sit
ver Mills, either 'or dry or w-t cruvlilnc
with loHfclln-.-inil ilrvlue furnaces. P;ins
Settler.-, etc , nl rerjulred, Smeltliij; Knr
iibv for either Lend, Copper, silver or
Gold, Williirds Itoawun;; -'u rnaces, es
peeinlly adapteu for cold ores. Retorts.
Bullion Molds, Ore Feeders, Rock
M licelluii'MxiM .tlnchlnery. Saw
Mills, Flour Mills, Oil Well Machin
ery, Witter Wheel- nnil CastliiKS.
Engines niil Hollers for any nnd all
piirpors, miiipted to the economical
use of fuel.
Among others, the follow lu- have been
hull! bv us:
I'otubtone Mill, for the Touchnul mine.
of n. r . rp... l.ucuy II1SS.
t,.j ..i swum tuu iwnu. Jin- wexiem M. Co's. " Contemtnn
nlan is to sink sistv or morn feet dpr-J McMUIau " Slonewall Jackson
lind colilllt- mirb flm a-nrb orl 1,. tl.,.. I
- ....... . w... Vl IVj 1.11V. J L i 1 1
means he thinks he can improve the
quality of the water, which as all
know, is now the best to be had in
Tucson. Success to him, for anvbodx
who gives the public better water than
they have had, is a public beuefaitor.
Cait. Antonio Fi-ehes is the name
of the popular landlord of the Occi
NORTON & STEWART
FOItT GRANT, A. T.
Are Opening a Large Stoc
Just received from New York
Consisting of Lry Goods, Boots and Shoes
Uiotiiirig, francy Goods, Hats nnd Cap.
uimii.-, untuned incs. Ales auu
Liquors. Imported Cigars, Mowers,
leak os, Corn-shellers, Wagons
3lE?sits. Colling wood and Harvc-,
op f iTenre, are in town on their re
turn rip from Sonora, where they have
been lor several weeks, looking a.ter
some mining and land interests.
31 it. Thomas O. Nichols has been
appointed Internal Revenue Ganger.
3Ir. Nichols i a worthy man and will
Idental H-iel at Charle-trn. The hotel
will accommodate fifty guests, and its
P' CELEBRATED '
1 AjW.Jilig&affi!9 nmn John A. Rnol-nr Whito
apptuntments are such as to assure fgAfr IPIl 1V0F Canon, '
perfect comfor,. 3Cw as U ,s the 4 Where a ...dassortmentoal, kinds of
leputation or the Occidental table is f-afX i &$?$M SuHers. Miners- mid Farmers- Stores,
well established. SSff "S" etc" cau b l,nd Ml ,owwl prlces ror
OiiXEsonoKN & Walker's line have 'iKiS55'Mj
Glass and Qtieensware, Willow
Suitable for the Army, Ranch
x a ri tiers
We keep only tho liest qualities of
t.oods, anil at as low a price as can be
inunu in me icrruory.
NORTON & STEWART,
Fort Grant, A. T
' fill TtVr!i!ni l.nt ...... 1 . .tl ... 1 !
! - '" " """-- uu anoiiea ti,e lmmN of O'Llearv.the weil.knoun
nm . .. . t I . 1 . I ' ' - --
uiiii v liii v;i cull.
added an elegant new coach to their
already complete outfit. It is now in
qiHERE HAS RKK.N PUBLISH RD A
JL ni lice In the newspapeis of Tucum.
A. T.. sltrneil by one A. G. Hunter, in
which h ascertains that I owe him the
fabulous hiiio int of SlftsSDS fur dHiuauec
heclalms auainsl me He nlo informs
that I can not make any transaction with
my properly on account of the law suit
now penillni: before the courts f Mexico.
I herewith Inform all my friends irotn
Sonora and Arizona that there Is no foun
dation foruch claims, nor any justice in
said Hunter's pretensions, for he has no
other object loan to blackmail me. As Ii
am well known by ail the merchants ot : now called the Commodore, in Oro
iiuiu iiiuiiiiici'f j nil) t- uirt tiii iii.il iit
any Attention lo Mr. Hunter's assertion1-.
As the case Is now pendlni; before the
courts nf Mexico ami I am sure tl at their
decision will be in accordance to Just icy
I request my frlemN to withhold their
opinion until Ihnt verdict Is rendered.
3Iit Dkchena stowed away in his
rooms yesterday kegs and barrels of
California brandy. Bourbon whi-kv,
Kentucky whisky and California
claret. For sale dirt cheap.
Last Sundaj- at morning services,
two of our prominent citizens resorted
to the game of heads cr tails to see
who should contribute to the fuud for
Wk call attention to Dr. Handy's
"Caution" in regard to the Old 31 ine.
painter. We notice the coach has
been named the " Tough Nut."
Last evening our German citizens)
met at Levin's Hall ami organized
M. ill Rl
R Davis & Co.
Tin vrti ftx.A i. ..r ...... .
J " III I lllfll . I 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 ; 111 111! ( 1 1 '. ll 1 1 M v -w
their German siiiL'in" rnnilino-n,l i .v-urMoniHch. liver. iMivvrls or nervous t-V" -'-l? V: O..
u..r.n n ,i f.Ji oi . steni. lulters In Its work? If .o. repair
imttng club, Carl Schutz. president: he .tamaye witn the mo-i powerful, yet
J. B COLLINS, -
TEALER in general merchan-
XJ niSE, MAXKV, A.H1ZONA. hn
now on hand a complete stork oi Goods
such as are required by fnrmris, miners
nnd travelers. For sale t Lowest Market
Prices. Branch Business nt SMn Carlos.
The many settlers nlons the Gila above
and below Camp Thomas will find it to
their advantaee to trade with . I. B. Cnlllti
ALL SIZES, FOR BUILDING PJJR
posei. Apply to Tbeo. WoUsch.
SiiEEP-buyers are paying .$r,.2o for
fst wethers in Kern county, California.
One year ago they were only paying
0. J. RlDfiKWAV. A"ent for
Si ngcr Sewing 3Iachine Company, in
troduced a large number of machines
The new ore ro id from the Conicn
tion mine to the mill is completed and
3Ir. Light commeuces hauling ore this
Hcndkkds of cords of wood are
piled about the Contention mill nnd
everything is in readiness for the start
on the 8th of March. I
(thin debility s t ii. Beglnnlne of the
c' o 'innt tbe climax of n.l wenknes
n unlversHl pralvls I the system. and
that such P'ir ilysls"ls the Immediate pre
horsaleby ui Drucclsts nnd Dealers , o I r- o
ewml Dealers in Fane y Groceries
X. Snrinuer. secretarv. ami .1 f n,., I f'nrr" . of lnviCoraot-. ReniotntM-r
Wb have been informed by a gen
lemtn lately from the East that ma
tcrial for a new paper is now en route
to Tombstone. Success to the new
outfit and the camp it has selected.
1 iik bond of the W. C. Davis mine
has licen token up and the sum of
?40,()00 paid, :J5,000 of which eoCs to
W. C. Davis, .Tames II. Toole and John
W. Davis, nnd $3000 to 31. T. Brown.
There is now on deposit at Safford,
Hudson & Co 's bunk $21,000, amount
due on bond of Alta mine, owned by
Harshaw, Hughes, Fagen and Fay.
S. R. Ovektox nnd C. W. Russell,
from Yellow Stone District, had some
a?s-5 made that indicate rich mines
in the new section.
Theodore Welisc.it, of the White
House, returned on Friday from a five
mdnths sojourn in the East. .
BEYERS STREET, TUCSON,
3Iaish & Driscoll, Proprietors.
AMPLE ACCOMMODATION FOItONE
The spacious dlninc hall Is under the
supervision of an accomplished stewrtrt.
'he cnMue unexcelled, nnd the wallers
attentive and polite.
MR. JNO. It. D ALL'S INTEREST IN
our Orm ceaes from thU date.
WM. B. HOOPER & CO.
TEAS AND SPICES,
French, English and German
Delicacies a Specialty.
MW AHRIVAL.S DAILY
Sagic Fiona MSISs.
E. X. Fish, Proprietor.
The Mill Is now in perfect order.
New and Imoroved Kachinery
In every part
Second to none tor Manufac
turing Choice Articles
I have constantly on hand forsalo:
Choice Family Klour,
Shorts and Kran.
Cracked Corn and liarley for Feed,
At new store-room on Main St.
WHEAT TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR
Liberal Cash Price paid for
C,..f Jl.Iaaadnr.tSu.. M ClUr
J" ames M. Barney.
Successorto the Late Firm or
William B- Hooper & Co.,
Continueslhe Business in ARIZONA.
TM PORTER AND TTTHOLFt! t
Importer and VY HoSsig
Shipping eat Commission Merchant,
Will Cnrrya Full primeStockof
BOOTS AND SK) '
DRUGS AND MIXING y, VlFPlT' 1
DRUGS AND MINING MA IXIUALS
Selected to E arii s.;'
Merchants. Station Keejierj, Miuei,x
liaiicners aim irel;jiiters
Solicit!: Orders for Goods si 4 .vare
FORWARDS FREIGHT Xfl Mt R.
o anv Part of the Woild Iosor
Buys or Makes Advancei
AHlZOiVA AND JfBXJCAS 1'Jino:, p
The SALE of ORES and MINERALS
Buys nnd Exchanges Gold Dust, Co das
Silver Bullion, United States Treasurj
Drafts, Leal Tenders, Soldiers
Good Commercial Bills.
Special orders will he attended to lvt
San Fmnelsco Branch House w.thpromp:.
All orders and commissions shonid b
JAMES M. BARNFY.
Wm. C- Davis, -
TUCSON. - - - Arizona.
Manufacturer of aud
Dealer in Every Variety ot
Tinware, Copper and Sheet
Materials for and
Skilled Workmen to do all
Kinds of "Work Apper
taining to Quartz Mills
Will not attempt to break a customor on
h!s first pntrrnaue.
W. B. SCOTT,
Wholesale Retail Dealer
MIEOH'ND I SE.
f BK.'i TO CALL THE ATTENTI S P
1 all Knyrs .! (".iiKimier.-, to llief-cl
of my haviUK itahi-iied a
HOUSE at CHARLESTON
I kMp ennstantty on hand a tem
plate Assortment of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
Clorhin, Runts nnd Shees,
Crockery and Glassware.
Tbaeco and Cisars,
Wines and Liquors,
And, m Fact, Every Article Required tr
Mining or Agricultural Trade,
I have Experienced Buyers In
the Eust, and vrlll always be pre
pared toolTW such inducements to
Liin: Buyers as Cannot be Sur
passed by any other house lu Arizona.
Mill and Mining Supplies
W. 38. SCOTT.
S. H. Draclirnan
HATS J: CAPS,
"Wines and Ti
And all kinds of
Candies a Specialty,
and all things required for IhoMlnerand
Congress Street, Jr. Side,
ADJOINING DR. HANDY'S,
MINING DEEDS FOR SALE AT THE
H1ROM POINT OF MOUNTAIN,
JL rort Grunt and Satlord to (
Stages will Ioave Point or Mountain trl
weekly, carrintr passengers and express
connectiuc with coaches of the Nations
Mall and Transportation Company.
NORTOX & STEWART.
TN DISTRICT COURT. FIRST Jl'II
1 cIh! District. In the Cnuntv of Pim,
Territory r Arizona. T. Llddle and ( S.
I. Ivwitdliiir. co-pirtners tn businesn LB tba
City of Sm Frnnclsoo. Cal.. under !
tlrm nameof Liddlei- Keadine. plaln'ltrs
acainit Ph. htiUs4. er. Wefendant. Gam
mons. Action broueht In the Di'tri't
Court or the First Judicial Distric' In &zi
tor tlip I'nnrilv- nf Plrnti In lliu Tprrf r
of Arlonn. The Territory of Ariioca
ieii(N cn etinsr to Ph. Sliusler- Yoasre
hereby summoned and requested to F
prin an ncilon broueht asHinst y"U tr
thealxive -laiiied olalniill In the DItr!rt
Court or the First Judicial DNtrlct In od
for the County'iif Pima.tn the TerrlW
if Arirona, and answer the compia
tlltst with the Cleric of this Court at T
son, in salii county (a copy of which eoci
plxint iiceompanles thls'timm-'nti wtthla
twenty days texcm-Ov of tlieday of se
Ice) after the service upon you of this' ia'
monv, if servel In this county; hut a
served out of ihe countv and Wi'tiin tl..
ulMrict. then within thlrtv days, in
inlier cmuvh fnr'y days. This ur"on it
brought to recover ttie sum of five t-n-died
aud eiuhty nine and thiee one-bun
dredtlis loliar lawiul money of t-?
United Stairs, .lue plulntitN on cer
mercliHiidix? solil nrni delivere'I to d-
lendant. a is more fullv set forth In te
nomplalnl tiled lierewith.
A lid you are hereby uotlfled that t'yc--rail
lo appear and answer tbe cmp.a'"
HSaluiv rMiiiln.ll thi nliilntitr Will tide
J- dicmrnt to.' the sum of five hundred at
t-isiity nine anu lliree oue-nuumc- -(S&Se.0ttiollars,aH
will more clearly P
peartherHn and cots and dMburseuiei''
in this hrhalf expended. ,
Given muter mv hand and tbe se' J
the saw lstrlet Court at Tuco"
f-.J ttllR jjydj jy of Januarj", A u
GEORGE A. CLUM.CJeik
FaklevA Post hoy,
Artorneys for PlalntifT
$200.00. EE WARD"
EOR the arrest and conviction of
party or parlies found stealing or
oulBUsiynbtalnlngnny of my hororc
tie I will nny fMi and one-half of 'uf ri
len property recovered. Cattle brand ou
left rump thus, Hl"a leftside 'hu'" .
Horse brand a ama!! u.ora wine-gi"'
mark on left stllle, low down.
Sierra Bonlto Ranch, Pima County. A
PoHtottice, Fort Grant, A. T,
November 1st. HTJ,