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jrJO. S. CARS.
prters and Wlioleiale Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic
Mesilk St., bet. Main and foyers,
Sole Agents for Arizona
jy For the Celebrated
"Early Dawn," , ..
J!.E:Sc'iired by MILTON J. H ARDV &
t ,.'.,-Lnnlsvitle, Ks. E. Martin Jt Co.
fcm Francieco.SoIe Agonts for tlie Pacific
Have also on hand a well (elected stock
ul W.ues, consisting of
CHkV.?MXE-L. Roderer, Cachet Blanc
IVivjtte t'nvee, Dehnonico, Perinet
tv Fik Hcidsick and Imperial."
CU?7.J-Dupless!s'Moulis, St, Afri
; ;: . Ldande, La ose Medoc, Me
G:d Burgundy, Club Port, London
Bock Port, Forresters Sherry
Ar, A.l Kinds of California "Wines
--We kep a full line of
L?:ted and Domestic Cigars.!
. r"vsx iPKnlnnliry; uUoall klndF.jj
Wholesale Liquor Store.
M""1')' "I wliiflli wf uHrantPe to
'' us -npplnii iy ilr-t cl Sun .
r r.RbU!tt, ttnuut?.
JplatTTtni to 1'n.rtle I'lirchim
'o. SJ ihe ';ir-I.iil.
mSON and PHOzNIX.
Buys ami SellR
jJlei, Bridles, Harness, Fur-
"iture, Clothing, Pistols,
Miners' Outfits, ' Etc., Etc.
Xwps Constantly on hand a Ln'reeStoci
of CiOthln Ac, suttfd to Mluere'
A :tv doors south of the Palace Hotel
UlAKLES G. LBWIS, Proprietor.
leudid Rooms for the Ac
commodation ot Travelers.
TieTablelB bountifully mpplled with
'k-1 the market utlbrdK. j
Tie bar-room U furnished vjih a billiard
We and the finest of Wlues, Liquors aud
rs kept at the Bar
Patronage retipectfully KoIIclted.
MEYERS STREET., TUCSOh,
Maisij & Dkiscoll, Proprietors.
A MPLK ACCOMMODATION FOItOXE
n. hundred guest.
t'cIoUR dlnlnc halt Is undor the
,.'Prviton of an HoeomD'luned nirrt.
j. rQi-ine unexcelled, :.ad the waiter
A ttiT-CLASS MACHINIST audnjdn
' . haviut; Lad exuericuce w btiixirin-
-T-.i ( j1Q W1-Ufi a j-ltuution. Oall on
alt. with s. M. Allis. L. S. Dfjw
- ' var vyvr Tnc in. A. T.
' t r.
APML 3, 1SS0.
W. C. Dean departed tor Tombstone
W. R. ilorlcy, Chief Engineer of
the western division of the Atchison,
Topeka & Santa F6 Railroad, arrived
Jin town this morning and will depart
by Monday's stage f or Guavmas, where
he wilL supervise the construction of
the above road from that point. Pre
vious to leaving San Francisco he
shipped a vessel of supplies to Quay
mas and an "Pnri;cii vici ic ovr....,i
( .- -wjvi J ApvlOl
io arrive at that port with a cargo of
rails. It is thought that connection
with the Xew Mexico division will be
made in about six months and the en
ure line be open to travel. It is the
J desire of this road to preserve the
.best of feelings with the Mexican
; Government and will do all in tlmir
favor to prevent any filibustering. The
RomPle.tion of Thirty Fifth parallel
. ..... uu lo lJit prosperity 01 Ari
zona. Mrs. Dr. Ilolbrook and daurbtcr. of
oan i?rancisco, are SDuudins a few
uuys m Tucson. Mrs. Hoi brook la a
sister of Dr. J. 0. Handy.
AVm. 31. Hooper Jfc Co.
A firm name well and favorable
known years ago to the older residents
and business people of Arizona, are a
second tinu firmly planted in Ari
zonathis time at Phoenix, Tucson
and other prosperous towns instead of
Yuma alone as formerly. The senior
member, Major Hooper, has an office
at 124 California street, in San Fran
cisco. His familiarity with city deal-
crs ana markets, enables him to keep
the Arizona houses of the firm sup.
plied with the best of all choice
brands of wines and liquors at prices
that are very low. Mr. John S. Carr
and Col. James Auld give personal
atiention to their Tucson house on
Mesilla street; and to their large trade
to the south and east. We do not
hesitate to recommend, to the public
at large, these gentlemen as just deal
ers aud with whom it is a pleasure
and profit todb business.
If UK HIH T -U O VE3r ENTS.
Jteurlpti: at Tucson, April a.
.. 7 4ltt)
... a str.
... 6 1475
. 1 33
... 9 3
... 1 T0
... C 13)
.. IS MO
... 4 400 I
... 9 14)
... 9 0&J
.. 3 5
.. 7 415
.. I 90
... S 50.-.
... C 4i!
: L Z'ccJteaciorf Co..
McK & Knifjht
Harnett JC Bloci-
I l);ilton A Vazquez...
j 6 V Packard
:V B Harris.
: C H WooaOiaid
j F K Arnold...
Pierce tfc Vt'ut
Poinrov fc Green
i lciflc Improvement Co.li cars It It man-rial
Pacific Improvement Co ....... 1 car barley
: L M Jacobs A: Co 1 car llour
K Uermaiu 1 car potatoes
M U Samimigo 1 car barley
llulllon for the AVc-elc
The following is the amount of bul
lion received during the week from
Tombstone per H. O. Walker & Go's,
line: From the Contention mill 10
bars, valued at 30,80O.G0; from the
Corbin mill, 2 bars valued at -$4,J 12.57;
from the T. M. and M. Co , C bars val
ued at $1G,71G.7G. There was also re
ceived from Silver Cit', N. M., 75
pounds of bullion, valued at 1,100;
making a grand total for the week of
$50,520.33, a pretty good showing for a
camp which two j-ears ago was almost
a howling wilderness.
Pkesbyterian. The Rev. W. II.
Dean, the new Presbyterian minister
to Tucson, will conduct the service in
the sew church, and also preach. Ser
vice beginning at 11 o'clock.
.Methodist Episcopal. Service
will be held in the evening, conducted
by the pastor, Rev. Mr. Mills, who
will preach on the occasion. Service
opening at 730. Sunday school at 3
o'clock p. m. t
Sold for $1 00,000.
Wc learn from a reliable source that
the mining property known as the Ori,
cle, in the Santa Catarinas and owned
byjas. Lee and Mayor Leatherwood,
has been sold .to eastern capitalists for
$100,000. The croppings of this claim
are from ten to forty feet -wide and
quite rich in themselves. The ore
in the mine shows assays from $50 to
S1400 per ton.
Not bo Certain.
We were informed to-day, that in
formation had been received from the
" inside" to the effect that in all prob
ability, there would be no regular sia-
tion established at Cienega as hereto
fore stated, but that ihe next station
would be at Sau Pedro.
Three applications have been made
from Torubstonejbr gambling licenses,
and two taTten out iu this place by
Messrs. C. O. Brown and II. B. Smith.
Some of our sporting men will not
take out a license, but contest the con
stitutionality ot the law.
The enterprising firm of Drachmao
& Wolf, on the corner of Main nnd
Mesilla streets, have just received a
lot of tin and stove war,e and arc now
prepared to fill all orders, and furnish
household utensib at the lowest mar
ket rates, " " ' -
. Arrivals anil Departures.
By Walker's line: A W Slow, A
Randall, M Dickey, C S Fly, Frank
ULU- -lr uampbcH, C 0 Pardons, I A
Spencer, H McClum, Mr Kenuison, A
E Fay, 3Ir and. Mrs Perkins, Mr Cum
By Kinnear's line: C A Reeve? "V
B Grahdan, Geo liobinson, G II Aek-
lee, ick Strator, J R Kennedy, J II
By Walker's line : Schieffelin, E
Gilder, J II Jackson, N Loyd, WM
Hickerson, J E Jones, Mr Shibe'lJ.Geo
Reynolds, G Miller, J J Baker. M P
Schaefler, Mr Crusier.
By Kinnear's line: Miss Laura Pet-
il, Cleni Leonmn, W E Dean, G B Mc
Flurey, D O'Xeal, J Burke, A St Louis,
A Franovich, Henry Kranz, J II Mil-
ler V Ham, II F Rod5ers, HC
Hold, N Stanton, J R Kennedy, Jacob
AT THE PALACE.
Jno Collins, San FrancUco; B Mich
clson, Virginia City; M Castell, Sacra
mento; S W Packard, Los Angeles; L
Glander, San Francisco; S J Dese
mone, Napa; II Germain, San Fran
cisco; II Brun, San Francisco; 0 Eek
ertt, Chicago; P Wehner, San Francis
co; A E Jacobs, Saflbrd; Dr A B M
Gilda, San Francisco; Rev Win II
Dean, Oakland; X L Davis, Clifford;
J S Cro-tby, Oakland; W L Cropper,
Oakland; A Caldwell, Oakland; V M
Gorin, Los Angeles; C S Davis, Los
Angeles; Dick Morkee, Los Angeles;
W B Scott, Los Angeles.
A Gooil Property.
A few miles west of town is situ
ated a mine which will without doubt
prove itself to be one of the most val
uable properties in this section. It Is
called the Hope mine, and has been
before noticed in The Citizen. Sev
eral openings have been made on the
the ledge, and three assays made this
week from samples of rock from these
openings gave results of $300, 800
and $1100 odd dollars respective!'. A
lino mill sile has been taken up on ihe
Santa Cruz, only a few miles distant
lrom the mine, and it is believed that
developments will soon warrant the;
construction of a mill The ore is free
and easily worked. Thq, best ore is
now being sacked for shipment to San
Frnncibco. We understand several
parties are anxious to bond the mine,
but the owners very w'sely demand
the cash, and are not anxious to
ell at all. Work will be constanlly
kept up, whether the mine is sold or
not, and the property catiuot fail io
rorm an important ally to the resources
of this section.
More Good Prospect.-!.
Charlie Lalmtee, of Dcs rt Station
lame, (before the railroad fired the
desert oui) returned lust evening from
a trip to some ot hi- properties in the
anta CUurinas, bringing with him
wine hand-omc samples f silver and
gold ore. I wo of these cmnns are lo-
cated in the Canyon del Or., about
Gve miles above the watering place on
Ihe old Camp Grant road. The ore
Trom one of these is a peculiar red ish
rock, aud believed to be very rich,
the other ore is said to bear a strong
resemblance to Leadville ores. Sam
ples of the rock are now being assay
ed. Mr. Lnbaree has alteady owned
and sold some good mining property,
and we trust his Catariua claims frill
yield him an ample prolit nnd open
iii a lively camp in that section of the
old Canyon of gold. The distance
from Tucson to these claims is about
forty miles uorth.
A New Enterprise.
J. A.'Smith has leased of James Lee
a part of his building at his flour mill,
with the privilege of the u-e ot the
large pond ot water or lake adjoining,
for the purpose of placing thereon
small boats, and make the shady
grounds in general as a place of resort
during the hot summer months. Now,
ye ancient mariners nnd oarsmen, re-
1 ,.:t M - CviStli in lita
Advance in Rents.
As a sign of the permanent change
in values in real estate in Tucson, we
might note that a property not in the
business portiou of the city, and which
n few months since could rea!ily have
been had at .JJ0 to $40 per month, ha
just been leased for one year for busi
ness purposes at $100 per month.
W. B. Caldwell's teams started thi-
morning for Harshaw with 00,000 fet
of lumber and timbers for the Hermo
sa Mill. Mr. Caldwell also has the con
tract for hauling ore to the mill vhen
the same is finished.
For fresh green peas, not twenty
four hours from the vine, go to the
Cash Store of Pierce & Wood.
Thk highest price will be paid for
$2,000 currency at D. Velasco's office
on Mesilla street.
Not an avalanche or snow, although
it might be pleasant during the sum-
, . nf thn finest
mer, oui au ""
..,:,!.. nf Rnn TVnncisco.
Thev are of every design which fash- The Mcrimack, owned by the Mer
ion "has dicUUcd, and combine all thcrimnck Ompany, with Mr. Mead as
colors of the heavens above and thViheir manner, is a good piece of prop-
..arth below "Ami don't you I.Tgcjerty, ami i oemg wen prospecieti. it
it," that, they are sold very clicaj)
Wilziuski & Frank.
rroL Paul lioulon.
This well known musician arrit'd
. I-! .,T-i.ninT and will shotly
IU LUU !;.
cive a concert.
ir, jg known as Dei""""- ja iwa, unum
of the best violinist on thc-coosL
A Newsy Loiter from the City o
the Dismal Name.
Detailed Mention of Minos In the West-
ern Portion or the District Car
bonate Ore ami Horn Silver
Galore The "Water
Tombstone, A. T., March 29.
Editor Citizen: To-dav I strolled
through the western part of the tlis
trict, and was well pleased with the
mines and prospects which I saw. The
indications, as far as work has been
done in this pirt of camp, show true
veins and rich mineral. The forma
tion of many claims is limestonc.while
others are gtanite or iron cappings,
Those who have claims in this part of
the district should be content, as
think it standt lair to rival the rest of
In the vicinity of McGuire Camp
saw four excellent prospects the Sum
mcrfield, Mary Pew, Bull-dozer and
Blue Jay owned by Tomkinson, Wil
Icy. Uplingt-r md Darliug.
On the Summcrfield they have a 30
too; shaft, whicliuows a GJ-foot vein
of rich carlionateore, with a good deal
of horn silver. On this mine they are
working a day aid niijlit shift, and in-
-end to sink their shaft some distance
yet The boys say they have one ol
the best claims ia camp, and from the
indications I do not think they are far
from wrong. Tiey are hard workers,
and deserve every success.
The Mary Pev, first claim north of
the Summertie'd mine, is not being
worked at present. It has two pros
pecting shafts, one 12 feet and the
other 1.3 feet; they both show a strong
body of gray carbonate ore, which as
says in the hundreds.
Going north from the Mary Pew we
come to the Bull-dozer, which has nn
18-foot shaft, showing a well defined
vein of good cirbonate and horn silver
The Blue Jay, which is the last
claim owned oy the above named boys,
is the southcist extension of the Three
Brothers mine. It vm one shaft of 23
feet, which slows rood carbonate and
plenty of wa.er.
South of .he Blue Jay mine is the
Poodle Dog owned by Gray and Cole
man. This mine has two shafts, 20
and cighte:n feet, and shows good
quartz. Wth a little more work, it
would undihbtcdiy prove to be a good
Bunker flill mine, owned by Mc
Guire, iaj excellent prospect. It has
a shaft 20 eet deep, which will be ex
tended to X) feet. This mine has one
of the besl defined ledges I have seen
iu the canp, and shows n strong G inch
.vein of rt;h horn silver oiv, which runs
tup into foe thousands.
j Tho Joly Brothers' min, orncd by
j McCartylnd McGuire, has hern w-ll
'pr.wpectel, with several small -hafts
iuud et,pnd howB good gold ore
r t little north of the above
named m'nes we come to the Three
nrotherVPamp, where the late Prof.
Davis lird. With the death of Prof.
Davis thjeamp lost a true friend.
The Tjrec Brothers mine, which
was bouit lastwcek by the True Blue
Companyjand formerlv owned byj.
D. McGii, is only loOO feet to the
northwest; of this camp; it has two
shafts, one 18 and the other 22 feet.
This mini shows rich chloride ore,
with consterable horn silver, and the
True BluoL'ompany did a good thing
when theybougft. There were four
tons of ot shipped from this mine
some few lonths ago to San Francis
co, and aftr paying all expenses there
was a net ofit of .$1900.
The Gorim mine is the southwest
A rt.n rri.r..n TJ-il.,., A
' ' " 'ZuH ,Z '
There is a tS-foot shaft, which shows
some ejclcnt chloride ore. The
dump shew mora ore foi the depth of
shaft thai iny dump I have seen in
North af ithc Three Brothers is the
the TrueBlie miue, owned by a com
pany of tie game name. This compa
ny is coupled of Boston gentlemen,
jwith Mr.5tjl)cns as manager. Thej
are workn three shifts, and have a
G8-foot Mat, with a Kt-foot drift
There is lO'iing in the shaft but ledge
matter, wiittt assays from $150 to
$0000. Jtat of the ore is filled with
horn silvf, and is bagged up and
stored a-ay. This company has a
mill site t (Jliarlestnn, and will have
A few'eet tast of the above claim is
the Amesty.'owned by Messrs. Smith
and W.rd. This mine has a 30-foot
shaft, flowing some rich ore, nnd has
a gvidbroad vein. The owners intend
tofinl the slnft 20 teet more, and say
tlry VM sno as 00(l a mine as there
i--in .his listrict.
Next to the Amnesty is the Morning
ar, owicd by W. P. Stanley, of
(t-veland.O. It iias a 50-foot shaft
ad a 20-bot cross-cut. There is no j
cJubt thatMr. S. has a good prospect
i the Moning Star, but he has sunk
In the wrag ledge.
has three hafts, 80 feet, 2,1 fent and 40
feet, eachihowing a good body of car-
. . , ....
Imnntn nrflin I'lTtrn nillnlitinj nmi mc
sja in luiuuuuicus.
A little the northwest of the Mer-
. , , ,
Sehuort ad Craus. Thcvvare now
sinking a 25-foot shaft, but have only
leel finished; it shows a good ledge
aua carbonate ore.
Xonh of this mine is the San Petlro,
owned by a stock company; they have
one shaft of 100 feet, and will com
mence on a new one in a tew days,
which they propose sinking to the
depth of 150 feet. They have in their
100-foot shaft 40 feet of water, and
when their new shaft is finished thev
hope to have enough water for their
mill and hoisting engine. This mine
shows carbonate and horn silver ore
like most of the others in this section
Some distance north of the San Pe
dro mine is the Dragoon mine, owned
by Nick Stanton, an old prospector
and "iie of the original discoverers of
Leadville, Col. This prospect has a
15-foot shaft, and shows rich chloride
ore and considerable native silver.
I have not mentioned all the pros
pects in the western section of the dis
trict, as such a thing would be almost
impossible, for there is not a foot of
ground which is not located; but I
ihink I have given a short description
i enoucn to enable the readers of The
Citizen to form some idea of that sec-
ton of the camp.
Saflord, Hudson & Co.aro erectintra
fine building here, and intend to open
.. t t i i . . .
:i u;iiiMiig nouse, w men -win oe agrcat
lcconiraouauen to the business men in
The Drncoon and Boston Water
Companies have consolidated, and we
expect to nave water in town verv
shortly. Wat Up.
Well regulated Clocks cheap at I5ergcr.
Oypteks, freah from the Coast.
Dux & Holt.
Glaziso and ksl$ominlng by O'Leary.
Good clean barley and roand feed for sale at
Jcst received at Felix & Co.'u, fifty boxes of
Oregon apples and California orange.
Ute and Kock at the Pima Hank Exchange.
Foi; assorted Pickles and Saner Kraut, go to
Felix & Co.
PArsn and Envelope at Plummer"?.
Tea, Table and Bar Spoon at Plnmmer'.
Fine California Oranges and Northern
es at Felix & Co.V, Mc.-dlla htrcet.
Goon goods at low prices at Plnmmer'g.
Fise Cigars at the Gem.
FtE3ii Oyster at the Malsou Dorce, $1 M
Fine German I.uuches at all hoars nt the
Gou Tooth-plcki at Plammer'e.
Pianos and Brass Instrument! at BcrgerV
German Lunches a specialty at the Pima
I'ire-i and Tobacco at Plnmmer's.
Golij, filter and nickel Watches (key and
MenvwinderM, at Berger'.
SEttxvr.-VACiu.vEs at Plnmraer's.
Dou collnr? at I'lammer'n.
Lidieh end ChiMren's Snn IIatn, great rirl
ety. at iO centH each, at the White House,
lloe.-E painting by O'l.esry.
Paper hantf ng. etc. hy CLenry.
Euno-tiEK pictures at l'lunimur.
I'iaxos and Orsjins tItl on Instalments at
SEWi.vo-M.iCin.NKs to rent at Bcrger'a.
Shcil Oyster!', frosh, and served in all Btyles
a; Dill HultV.
Fkesii Kn-teru Oyiter at the i!aion Dorce
at 51.M) per dozen.
Five hc.ndked Lawn and Cambric Wrap-
pert', Princeert style, from $1.30 np, received at
ttie White llouge.
A bnlne? block for sale; price $7,500, one-
half down; rent for '230 per month.
For gunHmithins; and all kindi of repairing,
and work of like nature, go to J. Ortiber, west
nlde of Main street, opposite the Cosmopolitan
The largest and finest Livery Stable in Tuc
. Apply to John Whimsy & Co., with V
L Harm it Co.
PIEHCE X WOOD,
Wholesale Frolt and Produce Dcilcrs,
Are Constantly Receiving
FRKSH GARDEN AND FIELD SEEDS.
Nirlutl's Tntalllhle Injection.
Onaranteefl to cure promptly and perma
sently every c.e, no matter of how long-tund-inc.
it dlrectionsi are -followed. Internal medi
cine not recommended or necef-iry. A cure
enaranteed or monev refunded. Difectionn in
Engllnh, German. French and Spanish. For
ale by C. II. Meyer, Congret ntr-et.
Toall who are suffering from the errors and
indicretlonf of yoath, nervous weakBef?, early
decay, Iope! of manhood, etc., I will cen-1 a
recipe free of charge. Thi great remedy was
discovered by a minMonary in Sonth America.
S-end a pelf-sddree6d envelope to the Rev. Jo-
teph T. Inman, Station D. New York City.
The AVonl " Soxodont,"
rbich has already become a bourchold word,
is derived from the Greek, and U composed of
two word", Sozo and Odonte.". "Sozo," trans
lated, mean to preserve, and '-Odente?, the
teeth "SOZODONT," a prererver of the
teeth. And it i$ true to its name; it benutiflB
and preserves the teeth, hardens and Invigor
ates the game, awl corrects all Imparities of
the breath. The otkwof this pore preparatioa
U ho delightful that it i a luxury to apply it.
It in a barmW- as water. SoW by all drag
glrts nud perfumers
We have found another pay-streak,
and after surveving it have concluded
to tell even-body and divide. We can
lccommend it" to the soberest ami
shrewdest as a mine well worth work-
ins. We are in receipt of the new 4S
pa'tie pricc-lUt of the lied Umise Trade
Union, of Sacramento, California, ami
wish we could put it into the hands of
everv man and woman in .inzonu.
I Dlirtnir rw-rlc tlll.11rl nrtll'Fi til th5t
.JUtl l HI.UJ.il . . . - - . - .
I - . r-
---;rrcat nru-e is now a it-amns: teaiure
of California and Nevada trade and we
an not see whv Arizona should not
and it equally auvantageou;. .tvery
one should send for tlTeir -price-lisr,!
-.vhipli mftill frc.L v ;
Judcc" French' presiding. The
case of Thos. E. Parish vs Grand Cen
tral Mining Company," wa3 on trial as
we went to press yesterday evening.
Judgment was rendered for the defen
dant, and stay of proceedings granted
tor ten days.
The following cases were' on trial
J.U Solomon vs J. H, Norton, jet
als. Continued for tho term.
Charles E. Bartholomew vs L. Zcck
endorfand Albert Steinfeld. Dismiss
ed without prejudice.
Daniel Ming vs D S. Murphy. Ten
days additional time given in which
C. 31. Bullard et als vs J. B. Gard
ncr et als. Trirl progressing as we go
Justice Xeugass fined John Fitzger
ald $7 this morning for being drunk
and disorderly last night.
Tucson and Tombstone Mall.
The Postmasters at Tucson and
Fombstoue received notice from the
Post Office Department that the con-
tract for carrying the mails between
the above places had been awarded to
W. 31. Griffith, three times a week,
trom April 1, 1S80. We have had
heretofore daily communication with
Tombstone, and if this service had
been cut aowu to a tri-weekly great in-
ustice would have been done to Tuc
son and Tombstone, as the commercial
nterestB of both places would be vital
ly affected. We undersland that Hon
II-J. McCusick, Superintendent of the
mail service for this division, has or
dered the Postmasters at both Tucson
and Tombstone to deliver the mail
daily to the contractor, inasmuch as
they run their stage daily between the
above points, for all of which the peo.
pie are to be congratulated.;
B. Salazar and F. Rahn have formed
a partnership as mining engineers,
metallurgists and assayers. Thesegen
tlemen are both graduates of leading
German colleges, and all work intrust
ed to them will be correctly performed.
AND CALLS FOR A
To that end we reserve
this space, and will an
nounce our new Price List
in a few days. '
L ZHF k GO.
HEN BY NORTON,
Wholesale Dealei in
TU 3 SON, A. T.,
Having received from E.
CO., Sau Francisco, Sole Agents Tor the
Puoific Coast, tho appointment as
Sole Agent for Southern Arizona
for the Sale or the Justly Celebrated
Nov Known an tho
Oimrs the same to the public as the Finest
Brands ever Intruded In Artzotliu AIm,
ou hund.aSl'LENDID ASSORTMENT of
Gin and Wines,
Both Nntlve anil Imported
A SPKCIALTY. ROTH DO
MESTIC and I.MPOUTS1).
t.W., nnrt frn, the Best MufllCtori.. ,
- - ....... - .
Pn robmers are Invited to cAII ot
amine goods nnd nrieei- pratioU to
salt the tliapfi.
Dealer in General Merchandise.
ALL TRANSACTIONS STRICTLY
Ch.1i. No buddebuto ba made upon
THE DOLLAR OF THE
ONE GOES AS FAR A8
THAT OF THE OTHERJ
Miners and Prosoectors
"WILL FIND IT
TO THEIR ADVANTAGE
MY WELL ASSORTED 'STOCA
Before PnrchaslnR Elstwnere. QUICK
SALES, SMALL PROFIT AND NO
Assay Office and Laboratory.
Fellow of the Chemical Society, London
Formerly MITCHELL A RICKARD.
RICKARD & WIEG AND, Gold Hill.
Analytical Chemist nnd Assayer of Cop
per and the Precious Metals.
By Special Authority of the
Patonteeof the Rlcsard Furnace. Acent
forthe Hunt, Douglas &. Stewart Ltx
lvlatlon Process for the reduction
ot Copper ami Sliver Ores.
Plans of npnaratus nnd Instruction in the
process of Llxivlatlou.
Scale of fees Ramo as tn San Francisco
Instruction In Assaying and Analysis.
Offlce next door to Custom House,
rpUOMAS PRICE'S ASSAY OFFICE.
And MINING OFFICE,
521 Sacramento Street,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Assays and Analyses of Ores. Sampler
and Purcbaxsrof all kinds of oros.
And Returns made In Coin, Currency,
Certified Checks or Certificate! of Deposit
to cy part of the couu try.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
The Best in the Market.
Made Expressly for this Climate.
PKICES GHEATIY REDUCED.
Zeckendorf & Staab.
SOLE AGENTS FOR ARIZONA.
ANTONIO FLI'KES, Proprietor.
FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS
for Ladles or Gents.
rT t All. io s-na
for our l'rl-e U.t for
18SO. FnicK to aHy
a'Mre Upon ap
dBi-rlptIon of vtry
tlnne rrqnlml fnr
'with OTer 1 200 I!lustnrin. W il all
Kou Hi w cifPiea.. c irirrs ir fjii.ttiiiLica (U . ill
uie purriuuer. rne oniv insinuiion id America
Who make rhH hHrnecn! nine. Addreu.
MOXTOOMKIIT WAItl) Ji CO.,
227 220 Wabukh Ave.. Chicago. I1L
rpEURITORV OF AltlZONA, County of
1 Pima. In .lattice -i Court, wjrore Utarle-J
II. Meyer, Jn-tice ot the Peace, Precinct No. 1.
I Stephen Itickant. plainthT, vm. A. (J. Hunter,
defendant. Demand, tsi The Territory of
.'Arizona ("entl-f greeting to Mr. A. O. Hunter,
defendant: You are hereby sum mimed and re
quired to appear before me, at my eittke lu the
(town of Tuci-on. and County of Plat, on the
25th dav of May, A. D. ISsfl, at 10 o'clock a.
jtn., to anwer the complaint of the above
'named plainlifl, who demands of you that you
are l&debted to 1dm in the sum of one hunured
and eiehty-to dollars. Awl If you fall to ap
Ipear and answer said complaint, a. herein re
jnnired, the plaintiff will take judgment against
you as demantWd, and for the costs of this suit.
Given under my hand this 18th (tar of March,
!A- D. 1NO. CHARLES H. M EYE It,
j. r., rrednct o.i.
rilO O. ILI.ICH, or Ibo-e parties that may
I i i . f .. V. 1 ... ib. iii ii il. i I mi ml f jiia " "
ttce that he kaa bad the Becusary aMefsment
work done upon the Ttger, LAt CUwce and
Emma -MiutM, In PaUiionla District, lfca,
r-oantv. A. T for the ear ewrlBit April 5, 1879.
and paid the um of 21.45 for the mrc; and
UJ3sS IBe SBI Illicit, "I mu-u iiuhk; uurai
Mm, come forward within ninety days from
ti Inte f this notice ami w to the sum
f Sit.ti, Wine bi ,,r be money paid
or -aid mlacr, will be thereafter SIHtd U
Tbccob, Mure 5fi, lwO.
It HAVE THIS DAY SOLD TO PltANK
1 1 Ckanman antt r. a. v.urj uv ;wg -
u mM I kim-T .1111 1 lIKUWlunacQKi I." " 1 1 " "
1- ntlMkj utOtttA for tb new Arm f
TWBC ItoccMiv ISC.