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Proposals for Army Transportation
TlEJUKJUAITTEM IlEI'AnTMEXT OT AKtZOX A,
OrncE or Chief Quartermaster,
Vnr.tcoTT. A. T- March 25. 1680.
SEALED PROPOSALS. In triplicate, sub
ject tn the nfual condition', will be received
Bt this otnee nntu 12 o clock, noon, on Mon
day, April 23, lSSlat which time and place
they will be opened in the presence of bidder,
lor the trancportatlon of military cnppllec on
ine following aescrioea rontcs in me ueparv
mcnt of Arizona, dcrln the fiscal Tear com.
mcnciiis July 1, 1SS0, and ending Jnnc 30, 1S31,
"I. Retween Tncson, A. T., and Fort Apache,
Fort Bowie, Fort Grant, Camp Ilnachnca, Fort
Lowell, Camp Rnekcr, Camp Thoma". and any
new depot or poet that mov be established In
the Department of Arizona eonth of the Salt
II. Between Maricopa, A. T., and Whlrrple
Depot, Fort McDowell, Fort Verde, tort
Apache, nnd anv new depot or post that may
be "'lnlih"d 'li the Department of Arizona
"north of the Salt River.
III. Uctwceii Whipple Depot. A. T., and
Fort McDowell, Fort Mojave, Fort Verde,
A. T-, and anv new depot or pojt that may be
cftslilished In the Department of Arizona
north of the Salt Tllvpr.
JV. Ilctwecn the eastern tcrmlnns of the
Southern Pacific Railroad In Arizona and any
of the depots poets or place, above named on
V. Between any of the depots, posts or
place above named, any any other of said de
tk1. DOts or nlnces.
,VI. Between any of the depots, post or
place- above named, and any place not more
than 250 milo therefrom.
Proposals for transportation on any or all of
tne routes anove named win De receivca.
The Government reserves the right to reject
anv or all proposals.
Blnnlc propO!-a!e, form of contract, and print
ed circulaiH, statins the estimated quantities
of supplies to be transported, and civim; full
information a-i to the manner of biddin". con
ditions to be observed by bidders, and terms of
contract ana payment, win oe iurninea on ap
plication to this office, or to the offices of the
Depot iaartcrm;i'!tere at Tucson. A. i ., 1 uma,
A. T- !?an Francisco. Cal.. and St. LoaK Mo.
Envelope containing proposals sbonld be
marked. "Proposal for TranDortetion on
Route and uddreened to theundereigncd.
GEO. H. WEEKS,
Qaartertermnsier, U. S. Army, C. Q. M. De
partment 01 .Arizona.
Proposals for military! Supplies.
Headquarters Department or Arizoxa,
OrncE or Chiep Qi-artermastek,
Prescott, A. T., March 25, 1ES0.
SEALED PROPOSALS, In triplicate, sub
ject to the usual coudltions,will be received
at this office, or .it the office? of the (Jnarter
mastere at the following named posts, until 12
o'clock, noon, on Monday, May 3, 1SS0, at
which time and places they will 'be opened in
presence of bidders, for famii-hing and delivery
of military supplies dnriuc the fiscal year com
mencluz on tiie 1st dav of July, IS), and end
ins on the 30th day of J"unc, 18S1, as follows:
FUEL Hard and soft wood and chaicosl.
FORAGE Birley, bran, corn and hsy.
STRAW (or Hay t For beddini;,
Or 6uch of said supplies us may be required, at
Fort Apache, Fort Bowie, Fort Grant, Camp
Huachuca, Fort Lowell, Fort McDowell, Fort
Mojave. Camp Rucker, Camp Thomas, Fort
Verde, Whipple Depot and Yuma Depot, Ari
zona, and Fort Yuma, California.
Proposals for either class of the stores men
tioned, or for qnantitie- less than the whole
required, 111 be received.
The Government reserves the rljht to reject
anv or all proposals.
A prefereuce will be given to articles of do
Blank proposals, and printed circulars Ftat-
ing the kind and estimated quantities required
at each pot, and :rlvi&;fiiU instructions a to
the manner of bidding, conditions to be ol
eened by bidders, nnd terms of contract and
payment, will be iurnlshed on application to
this ollice, or to the Quartermasters at the va
rious posts named.
En-elopes containing proposals should be
mince. '-Proposals for at ," and
aawe-'en to the undersigned, or to the respec
tic I'oet Quuitermastcis.
GEO. H. WEEKS,
Quartermaster U.S.A., Chlel Quartermaster
Depnrmeul of Arizona.
APRIL B, 1830.
New Road to Harshaw.
The Advantage to be Derived Throne!
Ita Construction Teaniters All
In JFabor of It.
IN DISTRICT COURT, First Judicial Dis
trict, in the Couuty of Pima, Territorr of
Arizona. Edwin Lougliottom, plaintiff, apninpt
A. G. Hunter, defendant. Action broueht in
the Dirtrict Court of the First Judicial Dis
trict, in and for the Countv of Pima, in the
Territory of Arizona. The Territory of Arizo
na j-enus greeting to A. u. Hunter: 1 ou arc
hereby summoned and reoulred to annear in an
action brought acainst you by the above named
piatnnu in tne District court of the First Ju
dicial District, in and for the County of Pima,
in the Territory of Arizona, and answer the
complaint tiled with th Clerk of this Court, at
Tucson, in said county (a copy of which com
plaint accompanies this summons) within
twuntv davs t exclusive of the d.iv iif rvlrn
after the service upon von of this summons, if
tervea in mis county; out ir served out of the
ammyand within the district, then within
thirty days; in all other cases, forty days. This
action i brought by plaintiff to recover of de
fendant the sum of four hundred and sixtv and
C'8 KM dollars for services rendered by one En
gene Marion, for defendant, said Eugene Ma
rion bavin" csslcned said indebtedness, to
plaintiff, ns will more particularly- appear bv
the complaint on file herein. Ana vou are
The Southern Pacific Railroad Is
hurrying on, in a short time it may be
come necessary to establish new ata.
tions, in fact it ia already announced
that by the 10th of April the road will
be finbed to Cienega, and a station
located there lor the shipment of
through freights to Tombstone and
the different camps in Patagonia Dis
trict. To the former district travel
nnd lreight will naturally seek the
best and shortest route, which for the
present at least, Cienega affords, but it
does not crant equal adrantaues to
Harshaw nnd its immediate camps,
nnd it behooves our merchants and
buiness men to immediately com
mence building the proposed road
from this place lo the camp mention-
ed, that the large trade which we now
enjoy may remain with us. If they
do not, travel and lreight will natural
ly pats Tucsou aud be shipped from
Cienega, as the road from here to
Ilarsbar.- is a long rough and alto
gether a miserable affair. Those fa
miliar with the route know the dis
tance is much longer than it should
be. Ia leaving here it runs some
thirty miles almost due east to Davis'
Springs, from there about fifteen miles
almost south, to Empire ranch, thence
between seventeen and eighteen mile
west to Green's ranch, and then south
west seven or eight miles to Ilarshaw,
making about scventy.flvc miles m
The proposed road would be fully
twenty-five miles shorter, and much
better in every respect, being well wat
ered and having easier grades. It will
be but about ten miles longer than the
road from Cieneca, but superior in
every respect, as much of that is over
low and swampy ground, which will
be impassable during the rainy sea
son, anu verv ncavy naming in uie
summer. To avoid this it will be nec
essary to run around the foothills,
which will make the road longer than
the route we advocate. Again, there
are no accommodations for teams or
travelers at Cieneg. and the entire
volume of merchandise, machinery and
stream of travel will by choice pass
through Tucson if the new road is
built. The route has already been
surveyed, and the cost of construction
is but a trifle in comparison with the
benefits which will accrue to our busi
ness men. "We have conversed with a
number of freight ;rs, and they4all ex-
From the Prescott Democrat.
The Prince, Little Prince and Prin
cess form what Is generally called the
Prince mine. There are three distinct
veins running parallel within 270 feet,
a'.l producing high grade ore, running
by average assay from $700 to $1)00
per ton. There is a shaft down on the
Prince 230 feet, numerous drifts and a
tunnel 300 feet connecting with the
ore chamber. Previous to this mine
beinir trau-ferred the old owners look
out about $70,000.
The Warrior, whirh is located near
the Prince, is thought by many to be
even better than the Priuce, trom the
fact thai the ledjrts is of an immense
width, supposed to be sixty feet. This
ledge has a shaft 100 fi et deep, a tun
ncl 300 feet tapping the ledge tnd 400
feet of drifts. The "Warrior has also
three ore veins.
The other mine completing the
three is the Tuscumbia, and is pioun
blv the nost wonderfu mine iu Amer-
- . . , i 1 r
ica. It islunu n uie uasc 01 a uiouu
Advantage of tho Railroad.
Rv teleirrapb we learn that the
Southern Pacific railroad wascomplet
ed to Tucson, Arizona,yesterday. This
completes about 1000 miles of road on
the Southern Pacific route east from
San Francisco, and brings into rapid
and casj' communication with the ret
of tho world the territory of Arizona,
containing about 113,000 square miles,
and will largely Inerea-e trade and
commerce and stimulate investment
ami enterprise in the neighboring state
of Sononi, Mexico, which already con
tains h population of over 100,000 in-
habitant-. e unuersnnu worn win
tiK continued on the road without de
lay through Aiizona and New Mexico
until a through connect in is made
with the east. The building of this
road will greatly stimulate mining en
terorises in that irreat interior country,
xVll explorer.- from Humboldt to the
pre-ent time have united in declaring
Arizoua to oe an extensive auu ncu
mining field ; but it waiseparated from
tain and can be worked at . depth of the outside world by desert wastes and
1100 fift li tunnel. There is n tunnel 'nverrun bv hostile Apaches. By the
pomnleliou 01 nils r-uu 10 iticsoti an
this has been changed, and we hear
daily of rich and nev discoveries, of
the favorable develotoients of mines
already discovered and the erection of
new machinery anu tne constant in
crease of the product f gold nnd sil
ver. The Tombstone district is now
attractim: more attention than any
other in the territory. It is only tw
years since it was discovered, and nl-
ready a town 01 uupiuouou imiauiiams
lias been built there, and it is predict
ed that it will contain a population of
40,000 before a year from this time.
The Tomb-tone conpany wlil it is
said, commence paying '$50,000 per
month diyi Jends 01 and after May 1,
and it is expected that by that time
the Western company will double that
amount regularly, aid that other com
panies will soon fall into the line as
dividend paying miies. Until recent
ly there has been but little said about
this district, but if the re-tilt prove as
expected its fame will rapidly spread
on its real merit, which is the only
busix that any mining district ought to
rest on. N. Y. Commercial Bulletin.
ruuniur in on the leuge Dt tweeu tne
walls very perfect and beautiful tor
07?; Tfti The led ire carries from 36 to
40 incite? of solid ore which pays
from $300 to $400 per ton. A quanti
ty of this it was worked at the Peck
mill and yielded by working process,
which was up to eighty per cent of its
assay value $981 per tou. The shaft
is down no leei, dui me
been tupped by tunnel to a much great
The Prince mining company are to
be congratulated in acquiring such u
fine nroncrtt, which shows at least
$1,00J,000 at the present time, and if it
ws located favorably to a railroad
it would easily sell for $4,000,000.
J. M. Siifford, Land Attorney for the
At( hison, Topeka and banta re rail
road is iu San Franchc'o
Two assays from the Auell mine,
Groom Creek district, assay respective-
ly $339 and $349 per ton. The Adell
is a stronir well defined vein and is
owned by Ir. W. Curtis.
The Ticer is lookine splendidly in
its deepest working, and is producing
?ome of the unest ore yet taken out
hereby notified that if you fail to appear and
answer the complaint as above required the
plaintiff will take judgment by default in the
eumoffonr hundred sixty-eight 63-100 dollars
and costs of suit.
Given under ni v hand and the seal of the said
L. S.j DUtrict Court, at Tucson, this 9th day
of March. A. D. 1830.
GEOKGE A. CLUSf. Clerk.
Ilercford & Zabrlekie; Attorneys for riain-Ufl.
. . . 1 11 I.
L-quIredtoappearinan pr-S6 a hope thai me roaa win oe
built, saying they prefer to do their
shipping from here, as they have every
accommodation, while Cienega " is a
regular mudhole ;" but if the new road
is not built they will be forced lo team
from such points as the freight i de
livered at. In conversing with a num
ber of our leading business men and
rel estate owners we find them unan
imous in expressing themselves will
ing to contribute the necessary money,
and we feel confident the whole
amount required could be raised with,
in half a day. Nothing is required
but action, therefore let U8 be up and
doing before the golden opportunity
passes beyond our reach
1 ' DISTRICT COl ltT, First Judicial DIs
JL trict, In the Couuty of Pima, Territory of
Arizona. I. E. Salomon, plaintiff, apilnst
George Fahriau, defendant. Action brought in
the District Court of the First Judicial Dis
trict. In and for the Countv of Pima, In the
Territory of Aiizona. The Tcrritorv or Arizo
na sends pTcttlnpto George Fabrion: You are
hereby summoned and required to appear in
an action brought against vou by the above
named plainlili. in the District Court of the
First Judicial District, in and for the County
of Pima, in the Territory of Arizona, and an
swer the complaint filed with the Clerk of this
Court, at Tucson, in said county (a copy of
which complaint accompanies: this summon)
within twenty days (exclusive of the day of
eerviiv) after tiie sen ice npon you of this sum
mons, if sened in this county; but If scned
out of tiie countv and within this district, the
within thlrt? days; in all other cases, forty
days. This action in brought to tecovcr the
suin of five hundred ninety-eight 83-100 dollars,
due plalntiffon a certain promissory note made
by detendant, as win more ruily appear Dy rel
efence to the complaint on file herein. And
vou nre herehv nctined that if von fail to ap
poar and answer the comprint as above re
quired the plaintiff will take judgment for the
sum of five hundred nlnery-cIchrsVl00($593.S3)
dollars, as will more fully appear therein.
Given under my hand and the seal of said
L. b.l District court, at Tucson, this linn
day of Januarv, A. D. IRS).
GEOKGE A. CLUM. Clerk.
riereford Jt Zabriskic, Attorncyi for Plain
Sinking of the main shaft will be re
sumed in a short time, aud the work
ing force increased.
The Basin mill is running on Silver
Prince ore, which is yielding well.
The Thunderbolt m;ll is running on
rock which is paying handsomely.
Register Pnulison has returned from
a personal examination of the timber
regions in the Huachuca Mountains at
Mormon Canyon, where complaint had
alleged violation of the United States
laws relating to the timber lands on the
public domain. As the laws relating
to the timber lands have an important
bearing upon the interests of the peo
pie of Arizona, we give a brief state
ment of the laws 011 the subject:
It is lawful to obtain timber eight
inches in diameter for agricultural,
building, mining and other domestic
purposes, on mineral lauds only. Ii
is not lawful to cut any timber upon
any other public lands for any purpose.
There are severe penalties attlxed to
all violation of these laws which will
be enforced in all cases coming within
the spirit of these laws. We ure satis
lied no arbitrary or unreasonable an.
tion will be taken by the land otllce ;n
Clarke&Patton Lord &
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Would respectfully call the public atton
tlnn to the fapt that they are norr" pre
parrd to n:i all orders promptly. Satli
faction guaranteed. Our raw material Is
purchased from flrat hand and we man
ufacture all of our eoodi at home; hence
we can Klve you a Handsome Saddle or
Set of Harness made by band and by
eood workmen, as cheup as you can lay
down your factory machine-made good
from the East and California. We als
manufacture all of our
Horse and Mule Collars,
and can supply the trade with a Aral class
article, at reasonable rates for cash. Call
und nets us and we will do you good.
Congress and Mam Sta., Tucson
Established in 1867.
"WHOLESALE and RETAIL
ra Flie &
A" L'FACTCKE R3 AND WHOLESALE
Judge Underbill returned Wednes
day from n trip to the San Pedro,
where he has been to examine what
ate called the Irish Springs, xituated
east of the San Pedro River, and about
five niile-t above Ohnesorgen's Station.
There are eleven springs, some of
which are slightly mirerlizfd. It is
the purpose 01 uie coaipany to pipe
this water to the road, for use in their
engines if it prevts suitable, and Judge
Underhill bus taken a mm pie to San
Francisco for snalysit. The road
itrade is now completed a considerable
distance up the Cieneet Valley, nnd
the Judge says the road mgbt to oe in
the San Pedro Valley by Hay 15. Mr.
Underbill took the sleepjr Thursday
evening for San Francis:o, expecting1
to visit this section again In about two
Roil k Drsssei Lite
SUGAR PINK, YELLOW PIKE,
TIR, ETC. DOORS, SASH AND
BLINDS MADE OF SUGAR
PINE. LATHS, POSTS, PICK
ETS, SHINGLES and SHAKES.
Libera Discount on Cash Sales.
Address: Madera, Fresno County, C&L
Onr lumber runs through a flume, the sap !
oaked ont, which make it dry quickly, nnd
the main llnw of the S. P. R. R. Our drv lum
ber in light, savine from one-third to one-half
in irclsut, besiac being nearer to Arizona than
other lumber mills.
InstructicnR to Applicants.
TVSTRICT OF ARIZONA, OClce Snper-
XJ vieoror I'eiiPnK, rrocwi, .-uarcnaj iosu.
Thn fidloiviii" reiruiatlonp from thu Cenn Hn
rcau, Washington, I). C, are hereby publiched
for the information or applicants lor appoint
mont as Census tnumorHtorHt
T. Kvorr at.nlication innst be made in the
handwriting of the applicant to the Suicrvieor
orC-ni, Pret-cott. it ninsi riaie: (liappil
caul's name In full: 2)place and dte of birth
f3 leeal n-e idence. and how long it ha been
fuch; 4) education; (5) occupation, pan and
present ;' (0) whether ever employed in the civil
si-rvh-p. nnd if so when, how Ions, in what
branch and capacity, and reaiont for leaving
the service : and 7) whether ever in the regu
lar or volunteer aimy or navy, and if ho when,
ami in what orcanlzatlon and capacity.
II. The applicant niuet certify to having
romnosed and written the application without
nrflstaivco, to the truth ol the Matcmcntf
which it contains; to being a citizen of the
United State, and failhfnl to the Union and
Confutation: ana, ii ever mine regular or vol
unteer army or navy, to having been honorably
III. Evorr annlicstion must be accomrja
nied by a certificate f Igned by two trnetworthy
end rerpon.'lblc person, well known in the
community in which they rclde, that the ap
plicant U pereonaiiy wen Known 10 mem to tc
of pood moral character and or temperate and
IV. No application will bo entertained by
the Department without compliance with the
above regulations. C. P. DAKE,
Supervisor of Censes.
BOUGHT AND S'JLD. CITY PROP-f-tty
purchmed at market ratrs. I)
irMe VMCftiit lota for aale. Inquire nt
iheolliceor JOSEPH NEUGASS,
rriiK"i Blldlns, Moyris Muvt
There is a large quantity of freight
at the depot awaiting shipment, and
more constantly arriving, This morn
ing eighteen teams with from four to
sixteen animals each were cither load-
log or nwaiting their turn to do so.
There is more buincs? done to the
square acre in that section of town,
than at any other place in the territory,
We are reliably informed that the
Conquest, Producer and Louisa minef,
located in the Evans district, and own
ed by Mesrs. Halsell, Clark and But
ler, have been bonded to parties in
San Francisco, for $25,000, and that
ihe first payment of 5 per cent.,
has been paid.
Sunt RlUi Capper Mine.
From the above camp wc hear mot
encouraging reports. "Work is being
done on the Florida, Hindoo, Ben Vir
gin, Mohawk and Gibralta. On the
first named the ledge is opened in sir
dillerent places, showing a width from
five to twcnty.five feet. The shaft on
the Hindoo is about twenty feet deep.
On the Florida and Ben Virgin about
the same depth has been reached.
These claims arc under the supervis
ion ot J. L. Kule, with B A. Hoakins
as foreman. They employ about fif
D. A. Meyendorif, the mining cngi
ncer, returned last evening from the
above district which he had visited for
the purpose of inspecting Vail and
Harvey's claim, the Total Wreck. He
reports about 100 tons of ore on the
dump, and quite a quantity uncovered.
The vein is from ten to fifteen feet
wide, and taking the average assays,
and the measurements of the ore both
exposed, and there must be in the
neighborhood of from $25,000 to $30-
000 in sight.' It is the intention of the
proprietors to sink 100 feet and then
cross-cut, at which depth much rich
ore is anticipated. The present incline
shaft is now sixty feet deep.
There is con.Mderable prospecting
being done in this district, but not
enough wotk has ever been done to
prove .the actual merit of the various
claims nnd locations.
Among honorable journals credit is
always given to those from whom
they copy, but we have of late noticed
an evident reluctancy on the part of
the Arizoua Democrat to give the Cit
izbn proper recognition for such arti
cles as it lias deemed meritorious
enongh to use; cspecianv does this
occur in the issue of the 27th, in which
the Star is credited with an article on
"The proposed new miuing law," an
able article contributed to ibis paper
by A. It. Smith, of Oro Blanco. Mis
quotations will sometimes occur, but
their repetition susrecsts somethiiitr
Lumber for Hcraioii Mill.
Five cars of lumber and heavy tim-
her for the Hermosa mill, nt Patago-
nia, have arrived within the last forty-
eight hours from the Truckee mills.
Some of the timbers, notably those in-
tended for the batteries and engine, are
very large, and form in themselves a
load for six animals. All this is evi-
ience of prosperity and faith in the
developments so far made in that dis
Wells. Fargo & Co's. Express.
We learn that H. C. Walker & Co
have signed a contract with cll.-,
Fargo fc Co., and will hereafter carry
their freight and bullion to all the
points where their stages run. Walker
it Cos. Bgents will act for W., t. &
Co. at Millyille and Contention City.
firtFAK nd ki?rv? at Plamm7'
A democratic exchange says:
If Grant is nominated, tho Demo-
crate, unless they should take especial
pains to make an offensive nnd unrxm
popular nomination, will get the Pres
idency by an overwhelming and hnn
Which is equivalent to admitting
that the attempt to boost Tildcn in the
presidential chair was not honest We
enjoy listening to such confessions,
for while the lamp holds out there is a
chance for the veriest siniier to pass in
Wc desire to call attention to the
business card of R. B. Kelly in anoth-
er column. The extended p
of this gentleman in the freight de
partment of the Southern Pacific has
made him perfectly familiar with its
operations, and enables him in his
new business as forwarding nnd com.
mission ngent, to guarantee full satis
faction. He may rlways be found at
the railroad depot.
The crematory is lor tho cream of!
The Titer Mini
From the Prescott Dmocr&t we
learn that the recent troube about the
above mine was caused nsbllows:
It appears that a number of drafts
were drawn by the Superintendent in
charge or the mine, Mr. liilm, on the
company, at ban irauctco. which
drafts were bought by MriF.W. Blake
and duly presented. P.fment was
there refused, for the realm, as it ap
P' ftrs. that funds of the cennanv bad
been sent to the Bank of Arizona, nt
'rescott. to meet them. These drafts,
with costs of the protests, mounted to
$2005.85, and Mr. Blake t once com-
mencea proceedings in Itir District
Court to collect the debt., An attach
ment was levied bv hi attjrn v. Cant.
Hargrave, and Sheriff WUker seized
the mine and its appurthances. B
thit time it was discovcre that " some
one had blundered," and;Mr. Church
ill, attorney for the company, settled
the suit. I
New Mexico Itens.
From the Silver City ijuthwest.
Wo hear some talk oft fony stamp
mill f"r our campgnnd lorn the num.
her of mill sites rccentlj located, we
fancy there m'it be soiething in it.
Charles I) v.s has hcrensed the
working force on bis.Warrcn Fial
P. J. Johnson i runniig a drift from
the slate shaft nn th llarpcnding
mine. This mine has roduccd sonic
very rich ore.
The 78 mine, owned y J. F. DNby,
is lookins well. It aovs chloride
and native silver. ,
An assay recently m.de of ore from
the Itnby mine thui!ih to be chloride,
cave a return of WoJ ounces to the
ton. u i
The I. X. L. mine is jowftirninsrout
cood ore. Tlin shaft isbutfifiecn feet
deep, and there are arealy twenty
tons ot ore on the dumis.
' CELEBRATED i
Cash advar-ces made on
Wool, Jlides and Country
Produce of all kinds.
We keep constantly on hand a Full
Stock of all kinds of Merchandise.
tion is called to our
stock of Hardware,
ordered direct from
which includes ev
erything need J by
Miners and Mill
Ourstock of tools
for all trades is the
most complete and
ever before offered
Mills & Miners.
in thig market,
Shovels, Axes and
rows, T a m p 1 a g
Bars, Pans; Pow
der, Giant and
mite Caps, Bel
lows, Anvils and
with every tool
needed by carpen
i r i m
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
gPECTACLES AND EYE-GLASiKS.
riwTOLS AND CAriTltlDGLS.
BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERy
ItAZORS AND POCKET-KNIVES,
MACHINE NEEDLES AND OIL,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 4 srni.VQs.
North Side of Church Plaza.
CALL AND EXAMINE NErt'JSTGCK.
tcrs, mill.vrights and blacksmiths
Agricultural Implements of all kinds
Iron and Nails of all aizes direct from
Country Merchants and Mining
Will find it much to
purchase of us. We
their interest to
offer the BEST
Staple nnd Fancy, in i 'zona. Also,
a Full Stock of'LIQUOfiS, CIGARS
and TOBACCO. Our Stock of
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes
is of the Best, both in quantity and
quality. ArranEcments hav been
made by winch we receive a
L. M. JAC0BS&CQ.
Congress and Meyers sts.
Fever anil Ague.
The trne antidote to the effects of miasma 1
llosti-tter Stomach Bittern. This inedicir.
i. olic of the most noDular remedies of an a"
of succes-iful proprietary specifics, and is in
immenhe demand wherever ou this continent
fever ami atptecxNts. A wlncslasfal three
times a dr is the best oonslble nrcnarative for
rennaung tne liver ana invigorating the stora
E For gale br alt- drnccistn and dealer
CHARLES G.LEWIS, Proprietor
Splendid Rooms for the Ac
commodatiou ot Travelers.
The Table Is bountifully inpplled with
the best the market nfford.
The har-room Is furnished with a billiard
inbln nnd Ihe finest of WIuck, Liquors and
Cigar kept at the Bar
Patronage renpectfully solicited.
Our Copper Mnit.
There U no reason vhj the copper
mines of Arizona nnq Jew Mexico
may not, with proper divelopment,
become of even ercter importance
than thoc of Lake Supcior. These
of Clifton District areobltcd to pay
$G0 per ton tor clnrcotf an, about $70
per ton for transportitionto the end
of the track, and yctfheynanngc to
compete wih the great min? of Lake
Superior in the coppcrmarkts of the
An Ancient Relic.
Wc wrc shown on ilonday bj Dr.
Hitchcock a very old and Taxable
Spanish buckle which wa plcwti up
near the Mission. It H msde ofMver,
and bears upon it ft kntght infull
armor.who, mounted upona war sfced,
is repre-enled in the act f charting.
The work upon it while not of the
highest order is at least stilful. t is
thought to be a relic of tluold Spalsh
Ortduatt of Utr
Roj&l Mtnltr Acftdaj
of Fnlbtrf . Oirnair.
Xatml VI liar AcvIcbit
f CUuitlu!. Gcrxnao?
Assay Office and Chemical
Analytical Chemlot, yltnrelit
Oppnftlte Palace Hotel.
AMay and annlyea of every descrip
tion oi ures nnn ouicr nuuntauccn. 31 1 no"
and .Mining Titles examined and reported
on in an puis ot Arizona and Snniirn
Liuxe experience In working every kind
if ores. Instmetlnns inHsayliie,nnalyiis
nnd tesilnc ores. Pcule of nric like In
nun rranciscn. Erclili. HpHLlkh. Gcr
man and French spoken.
A. A. WILT,
Tres Alamos, Arizona
An Important Jllnln; Sale.
Mcssr-. D. R. Poland ml John 1.
Roberts, two oi our mostin'erprisicf
and hardy nrn.epcctors, cnpleted th
sale of some fifteen of tieir minin
claim9 situated in Bin li? Minini
Durehasers ana the well knwn lirm ol A DWELLING
C W. & E. Partridge and'. Stokes. ofmrrtl-,ee,,;fe
ouieagw, wno, we onuernu, lnienti
to trect a mill nnd begin te develop
ment of their property on llarge scale.
It receiving weekly large stocka of goodi
Direct from the East,
And Is now prepared to offer
Miners and Farmers Supplies,
Ab cbeup as they cun be bou;
rent strret, cotittilnlne six
feel f-ouiirr nnd H lan-e Iihi
Villi ii good wrll ol water on the prem-
ic. Title food. Kor further tiarticmnrsi
iqulre of a. H. Drachmae, Main stttet
Tucw, Mareh 1. 15f.
&VI.IU ur..iv. rt uso have on
hand and make to order Mattrassed
ind Cota of all sizes. Orders frun
.1 - - I 3 - .111 ,
si'iuau ijiuiuimv ana careiuu nueti,
All goods guaranteed to be as? rCpre.
Having detennmed to
retire from the Merchan
dise business we offer for
which will, on examina
tion, be found large and
well assorted, and sold
without reserve at Ex
tremely low ngiires for
cash or approved paper.
L. te. JACOBS CO.
Tucson, Feb. 24, 'SO.
II. 13 u daman,
Maidtn Lane and CongressStreeta,
' With new nnd en'lrgvd facilities U
Prepared to do all Kinds of Work
In his line In the hlgheat style of
Keeps also on hand
A Complete Assortment
Arizona Views, PictuTe Frames,
Moulding, Chromos, &c.
P. F. NILSON,
J E "W ELEE
Church Plaza, Tucson.
Watch repairing done in
the most skillful manner. All
work warranted to give sat
MEYERS STREET. TUCSOfi.
Maisii & Dkiscoll, Proprietors.
AMPLE ACCOMMODATION FOROKE
Thespnclnns dlnlnr hall Is nndrr the
tijervislon of an apcorap'ished stewart.
he cnlslne unexcelled, had tha waltora
attentive and polite.
A. D Oill.
A. D. OTIS & Co.
Tucson and Tombstpne,
LUMBER, SHNGLES, Etc.,
V, Doors, Sash and Blinds,
Paints, Oils and Class,
Crockery ana Glassware,
MAIN" ST.. TUCSON. A. T.
Fromont Street, Tombstone.
FEED AND SALE STABLES
(Lentherwood's Old Bland),
Kear Court Plaza.
Alt kinds of flrst-cias llvsrles. botti
slnIeand double, always on hand.
8addlo horien nnd everything apf"'
talnlng lo a first-class livery '"
always to bo bad.
boarded by lha day, week ef
JAMES CARKOLL, Proprietor.
SANTA MONICA HOTEL,
Jf. D. JOHNSON, Proprietor.
The Long Branch and Favorite
Seaside Resort of the Pacific.
Rooms single cr en ulte. FlrHdui '
commodations for families or ainglo pMa-
Chiricahua Lumber and Shingle
All kinds of Lnmber, Including Matched
Flooring and Rustic, constantly on band
at rrnsonable rates. Location of nil
near White Bro.'s Rnnche, twenty-two
miles south of Fort Bowie.
A. D. OTIS & Co., Amenta, Tacson.
A3srr CAMP thos
FROM I'OINT OF MOU"TAl.Can)p
Fort Grant and SafforU w
Thomas. , . trt
States will leave Point "fS0, jPre
weekly, eMty Intr phsj zn?,?la vtios
conneJtinir with coHche
Mall and Transportation CotnF
KORTOK STE VART.