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El ADJUAKTEHlS &'TAB MENT or ARIZONA,
y.iH Ciili:i? QCAKTEKXAyTEil,
Pr.r.sc 'it. A. T.. Aiireh 25. 1830.
Sl:ALnH l'liOl'OsUX. In trlplicit., sub.
it'i't io TheeM condition, will ber-ceivt-c
at thin office üfil oYloik, uoon, ii Moil
day, April S.'1ÍJ. :il w hich lime slid jlsr I
théí uiil lu iiTi.-n."l hi tin nritriri of tiiii. i-n I
lort'ie rran-trfalun o! niiliinrv fupplict on
ttie follow nig- :seribcd rout jv Iti the Depart
nirr.t of Ahj!'"v-i. (i'.riiiir ilic Cse.-il year oiür
'nicnrlui JnU 1, lio, and ending June 80, 101
b- vs"ni. vlt -
I. Be ecr Tucsoa, A. T., and Fort Apache.
rort iijivielY-r' Grant. Camp liuac-mica, rori
Lowell. Caúiiiiuckcr. Camp Thomas, and am
new depot oí yost that may be established in
the Department of Arizona eouthluf the Sail
II. Between Maricopa, A. T., and Whipple
Depot, Fort McDowell, Fort Verde, Fort
Apache, and any new depot or post tnat may
b r.tMi.hed "in the Department of Arizona
north of thei? alt River.
III. "Between Whipple Depot, A. T., and
iuri .McDowell, tori Mojave, tort erae.
A. T.. and anv new deDot or Dost that niav be
established in the Department of Arizona
norm ot tee halt lover.
IV. Bet ween the eastern terminus of the
Southern- Pacific Railroad in Arizona and any
of the cVpots. posts or places above named on
W'Eitcen any of the depots, poeta or
" places above named, any any other of said de
'pots; pts or places.
"VI.1'" i jtweeu any of the depots, poets or
nlácp' above nnmeil. aud any place not more
than-ii";; miles therefrom.
iTopc-als lor transportation on any or all of
in? routes anove named will be received.
The Government reserves the right to reject
- anyer all proposals.
íar.k proposals, form of contract, and print
circulars, stating the estimated quantities
. of supplies to he transported, and giving full
infiraiation as to the manner of bidding, con
ditions to be observed bv bidder, and terms of
ror.tr.ict and payment, will be furnished on ap
. plication to mis office, or to the oilices of the
-'Depot Quartermasters a; Tucson, A.T., Vuma,
--A. T., tau Francisco, Cal., and St. Louis, Mo.
Envelopes containing proposuls should be
'"marked, Proposals for Transportation on
uoute , and addressed to the undersigned
GEO. II. WEEKS,
Qnartertermaster. U. S. Army, C. Q. M. De
partment of Arizona.
TN DISTRICT COURT. First Jndicial Dis-
X trict, in the County of Pima, Territory of
Arizona, fcdwm LonuDottom, pJamtia, against
A. G. Hunter, defendant. Aciion brought in
the District Court of the First Judicial Dis
trict, in and for the County of Pima, in the
Territory of Arizona. The Territory of Arizo
na sends greeting to A. G. Hunter: You are
hereby summoned and required to appear in an
action brought against you bvthe above named
plaintiff in the District Court of the First Ju
dicial District, in and for the County of Pima,
in the Territory of Arizona, and answer the
complaint filed with the Clerk of this Court, at
Tucson, in said county (a copy of which com
plaint accompanies this summons) within
twenty days (exclusive of the dav of serviced
after the service npon you of this summons, if
served in tms county; nut it served out of the
county and within the district, then within
thirty days; in all other cases, forty davs. This
action is brought by plaintiff to recover of de
fendant the sum of four hundred and sixty and
93-100 dollars for services rendered by one Eu
pene Marion, for defendant, said Eugene Ma
rion having assigned said indebtedness to
plaintiff, as will more particularly appear by
the complaint on file herein. Ana you are
hereby notified that if you fail to appear and
answer the complaint as above required the
plaintiff will take judgment bv default in the
sum of four hundred sixty-eight 4-100 dollars
and costs of suit.
Given under my hand and the seal of the said
L. S.j District Court, at Tucson, this 9th dav
of March. A. D. 1SS0.
GKOKGE A. CLUM, Clerk.
Ilereford & Zabriskie, Attorneys for Plain
I N DISTRICT COURT, First Judicial Dls
L irict, in the County of Pima, Territory of
Arizona. I. E. Salomon, plaintiff, against
George Fahrian, defendant. Action hrought in
the District Court of the First Judicial Dis
trict, in and for the Countv of Pima, in the
Territory of Arizona. The Territory of Arizo
na sends greeting to George Fahrion: You are
hereby summoned and required to appear in
an action brought against you by the above
named plaintiff, 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 th6
Court, at Tucson, in said county (a copy of
which complaint accompanies this summons)
within twenty days (exclusive of the day of
servicel after the service upon you of this sum
mons, if served in this county; hut if served
out of the county and within this district, them
' within thirty days: in all other cases, forty
days. This action is brought to recover the
sum of five hundred ninety-eight 83-100 doilars,
due plaintiff on a certain promissory note made
by defendant, as will more fully appear by ref
erence to the complaint on file he'-cin. And
you are hereby notified that if you fail to ap
pear rnd answer the complaint as above re
quired the plaintiff will take judgment for the
sum of five hundred ninety-eight 83-100 1 $598.83)
dollars, as will more fully'appear therein.
Givim under mv hand and the seal of said
L. S. District Court, at Tucson, this 10th
dav of Jatinarv. A. D. lSSO.
GEORGE A. CLUM, Clerk.
Hereford & Zabriskie, Attorneys for Plain
tiff. Instructions to Applicants.
DISTRICT OF ARIZONA, Office Super
visor of Census. Prercf:tt, March 3, 1880.
The following regulations from the Census Bu
reau, Washington, D. C, are hereby published
for the information of applicants for appoint
ment as Cenpus Enumerators :
I. Every application must be made in the
handwriting of the applicant to the Supervisor
of Census, Prescott. It must state: (1 appli
cant's name in full; (2) place aud date of birth:
(3 leiral residence, and how long it has been
such: (4) education: (5) occupation, past andJ
present : (6 whether ever employed in thecivil
serv ice, auu ii so uen, now lone, in w nat
branch and capacity, and reasons for leaving
the service: and (") whether ever in the regu
lar or volunteer army or navy, aud if so when,
and in whal organization and capacity.
II. The applicant mnst certify to having
composed and written the application without
assistance, to the truth of the statements
which it contains: to being a citizen of the
United States, and faithful to the Union and
Constitution: and, if ever in the resillar or vol
unteer army or navy, to having been honorably
III. Every application must be. accompa
nied by a certificate signed by two trustworrhy
and responsible persons, well known in the
community in which they reside, that the ap
plicant is personally well known to them to be
of eood moral character and of temperate and
IV. No application will be entertained bv
the Department without compliance with the
above regulations. C. P. DAKE,
Supervisor of Ceusus.
mERRITORY OF AKIZONA. County of
L Pima. Jn Justice's Court, before Charles
II. Meyer, Justice of the Peace, Precinct No.v
j. neinizeiman b ronjaae. piamtics. vs.
Hunter A Goss, defendants. Demand, $218.73,
npon a promissory note filed at my otlice. The
Territory of Arizona sends greeting to Messrs.
Hunter & Goss, defendants: You are hereby
summoned nnd required to appear before me
at my office inthe town of Tucson, and Countv
of Pima, on the 5th day of June. A. D. 1SS0. at
10 o'clock a. m.. to answer the complaint of
the above named plaintiffs, who demand of!
you tnat you are indebted to them in the sura
of two hundred and eighteen and 7.MO0 dollars.
And if you fail to appear and answer said com
plaint as herein renuired. the nlair.tiffs will
take judgment azainst you as demanded, andj
tor tne costs oi tnis suit.
Given nnder my hand this 5th day of April,
A. D. 1880. CHAS. H. ME YE It.
J. P., Precinct No. 1.
rpEBIÍITORY OF ARIZONA, County of
L lima. Injustices Court, before Charles
H. Meyer, Justice of the Peace. Precinct No.
I. II. E. Clark, plafnrin". vs. P. I. Gran, de
fendant. Demand, SI 44. 12. The Territory of
Arizona sends greeting to Mr. P. I. Gran, defendant-
You are hereby summoned and re--quired
to appear before roc at my office, in the
1 own of Tucson and County of "Pima, on the
31st day of May, A. D, 18H0, at 10 o'clock a. m..
to answer the complaint of the above named
pi'lrttifl; who demands of you that you are in
debted to him in the suni of one hundred and
forty-four aud 12-100 dollars: and if you fail to
.appear and answer said comnlaint as herein re
quired, the plaiutiff w ill take judgment aguinst '
yon as demanded, and for the costs of this suit'
Given nnder my band this 30th dnv of March, I
A. D., 1880. CHAS. H. MKYEKS,
J. P., Precinct No. 1.
Two Billiard Tables fcr Sale.
rpWO BILLIARD TARI.I'S, cues, racks and!
' bslls for ssle. Ti;;i!r i f Y.i'gri. J J all
APRIL 10, 1SK0.
! Souietliin j About the Camp w Lo
tlous aud liU-li Discoveries.
Mowrv, Arizona, April 5.
Editok Citizen: The Piitagoiiia
mountains are on the boorn in mining
mattt rs. Several new and valuable dis
coveries and developments Lave just
been made in this vicinity. Near the
old Mowry mine, less than one mile
from the old Mowry worksj which was
worked many years ajro, and has a
shaft 46 feet deep, with rich ore in the
bottom, three locations have been
made, each of them showing ehloridt
and black metal ore and are undoubt
edly very rich. No assays have yet
been made. One of the best of these
locations, the Ueaver, was located by
Jesse Haeburz and T. F. Colwell. Iie-
cently Mr. E. N. Fish, one of the own
era of the Jlowry mine, paid this place
a visit, and let a contract to J. D.
Andrews to open up and repair the
mine. While he was repairing the
mine, in cleaning out an extensive
cave, which was about 40 feet high and
CO feet long, he found ore as rich as
any that ever came out of the mine
The caving of the mine had developed
a fine body of ore, a sample of which
has been forwarded to Mr. Fish. Mr
Andrews thinks this mine a valuable
property and the easiest smelted ore in
this section, and that the mine as yet
is hardly prospected, although thou
sands of tons of ore have been extract
ed and worked. "While Mr. A. was ex
ploring the old works he came near
losing his life by a ladder, which ap
peared sound, giving away and precip
itating him some 20 feet among the
rocks and in the darkness below. The
ladder was decayed with dry rot, and
Mr. A. describes having quite an ex
citing time before he could get out as
he was alone in the shaft. He wras
wTas badly bruiscd.but had no bones bro
ken. About one mile from the Mowry
is Goodhope mine', a valuable proper
ty, recently bonded by Mr. French,
adjoining which is the Venong mine,
owned by Preston and Leyden, with a
shaft 75 feet deep and a good lot of
ore on the dump. Also the Central,
owned by Maish & Driscoll and Bush,
with a shaft down 20 feet and a píen-
did showing of ore. Many other good
prospocts in this vicinity bid fair to
make the old Patagonia works a busy
place, as it was years ago, when they
laid the foundation fir quite a respect
able grave yard with the assistance of
the Apaches, .some 75 being buried
here in the little grave yard on the hill.
On the north and west side of the
Patagonias there are some good mines
that I have never seen noticed in the
papers. There is one ledge that has
seven claims located on it continuous
ly and is from three to four feet wide,
with a good deal of ore that will go
$100 per ton. Messrs. Lewis and son,
of Harshaw, are prominent among the
owners, owning three of the best loca
tions. Within the past few weeks a
new find was also made in that vicin
ity of an old mine that was worked by
the ancients to some extent, which ap
pears to be a valuable discovery, 3Ir.
J. T. Pantlind, recently from Califor
nia and Nevada, being one of the lo
cators. At Washington and Harshaw camps
everything goes ahead prosperously as
usual. Messrs. Preston and Leyden
ar sinking a 50 foot shaft on the Sil
ver Heel mine. The Kentuck and
Cosmopolitan mines are having work
done on them.
We have had some severe weather
here since the middle of January, but
it. is now pleasant.
Union City, on the Santa Cruz, is to
be the great city of Arizona, where the
ore is to bjsj smelted from the
Patagonia mines. If the Atchison,
Topeka and Santa Fe and Guaymas
railroad enmpany fail to build their
road from the end of the Dos Cabesas
mountains via Tombstone and Baba
comori creek to the head of the San
ta Cruz river on their way to Guaymas,
and let the business of Union City and
Patagonins hop into the hands of other
roads, thej' will lose a large and pay
ing business, bes.des increasing the cost
of construction millions of dollars by
going via 1 Paso and the Sonora river
to Guaymas. Union City will be lo
cated in Arizona immediately upon
the Mexican line. When the Mexican
trade is transferred from Tucson to
Union City, look out for a crop of
grass in the streets of the ancient pue
Some Pima Indians crept under a
freight car near the depot Tuesday in
order to avoid the scorching rays of
the noonday sun, and were just about
dozing away into the arms of Morphe
us when the dummy ran down the side
track and humped up against the car
under which they were lyinc, when
such a scattering took place among
the "noble red" as has not occurred
in Tucson for many a day. Pat Shark ey
said " be gor, the display of jay string?
ramoinded him of a mataoric shower of
the constalations." ,
Messrs. White and Parsons are not
only large owners in the Contention,
but are also sole owners of the Sul
phuret, Tranquility and several other
mines, any one of which is a vast for
tune in itself. The Sulphuret and
Tranquility are two f the richest
mines in Tombstone, and yet you never!
see them mcu'imvri in the newspapers.
now Tliey are Affected.
As the bachelors of this community
strike a bonanza, they suddenly inclice
to matrimony. This is as it should be.
This morning's mail brought a card
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Haste request
your presence at the ninrriage recep
tion of their daughter Aunii; and Major
Thomas Brown, Tuesday afternoon,
April 13, 1880. from two until six
o'clock, Berkeley, Ca.
These soon-to-be happy parties are
well-known in Tucson. Mr. Brown has
recently gathered much gear and like
a man of sense deliberately but some
what Haste-ly intends to enjoy it. Less
than a year ago Messrs. J. II. White, of
the Western M. Co.; Richard Gird, of
the Tombstone M. & M. Co. ; and W. S.
Edwards of the Harshaw and other com
panies, were lying around loose with
a moderate share of comforts, no doubt
but evidently in an unsatisfactory way.
They are now happy, and doubtless
three good women are also mote happy
than they were one year ago. It has
been gravely hinted around that
Messrs. J. S. Vosburg, Ed. and Al
Scheifellin and others are hitched on
the matrimonial string and are fast
tending to the knot. If the hints are
not true they ought to be. No man
should be permitted to acquire a for
tune without an early and lawful effort
to give some deserving woman a share
in its management. An "honest miner"
may have led, of necessity, a rough
life, but when he acquires wealth,
many intelligent, refined and loveable
women are willing to make a little
sacrifice, turn missionary and put a
well disposed man in a condition to
think better of himself, and possibly
fit him to join the heavenly chariot
races in the golden streets of the New
Jerusalem, or to feel comfortable by
contrast in some warmer rcirion.
Mining: Items from all Quarters.
Tombstone is again coming to the
front, there having been a strike of
considerable magnitude made recently
in the well known Good Enough mine
which adjoins the Tough Nut. Aver
age assay's give a result of $250 per
Messrs. Matlock and Anthony, whose
claims Mountain Chief, Big John and
Paul Jones, located In the Sierrita,
were fully described in a late issue of
this paper, have about completed
negotiations with California capitalists
for their sale, and departed this morn
ing with the parties interested to ex
amine the property.
The Empire mine in Washington
camp has been sold to Thos. E. Farish
and Joe N. Vinnont, for $50,000.
Hardly a day passes but informa
tion is received of strikes in some of
the new districts, and encouraging if
not flattering developments in the
claims being worked. The great min
eral belt of Southern Arizona is, by
the preservering industry of the pros
pector aided by the influx of capital,
being rapidly opened, and each day
adds to the fame of our section and
the mineral wealth of the world.
District Court Proceedings.
Judge French presiding.
C S Abbott vs S H Knowles. Appli
cation to intervene granted.
J"hn II Adams vs John Green. Pass
ed till April 10.
A Bateman vs C H Light. Motion
for judgment argued and taken under
M Goldbaum vs Jamanic.i Moralles.
Continued until Mav term.
Robert Mason vs D Cable. Contin
ued until May term.
R G Huffacker vs Sam B Adams.
Continued until Mav team.
Territory of Arizona vs Jose Garcia.
Indictment for receiving stolen goods
On motioa of District Attorney nolle
The March term is near Its close and
a great many cases have to be contin
ued for adj our o ed term in May on ac
count of the commencement of the
April term in Pinal county over which
Judge French is presiding.
Now Mexico Items.
(From the Optic.)
Mr. Thompson has discovered a cop
per mine about 55 miles couthwest of
Mr. B. Ladner in a recent trip to
Tecolote, discovered a twenty foot vein
of mineral paint material, and put in a
big claim stake instanter. What next
will be upturned from the treasure
vaults of Montezuma?
Ousley and McLeod have opened up
a five foot pocket on the Commercial
miue at Georgetown.
We understand that some of the Pi
nos Altos mines which have been idle
for some time are soon to be worked
again, and with capital enough to de
Messrs. SMne and Bostic have
struck good metal on the Bostic mine,
about four miles southeast of town, on
the Lone Mountain road.
(From the Southwest.)
The mines in the Sierra Ladrorje arc
looming up big. and prospectors are
flookinff in from all parts. There is
not much talk about them, but a great
deal ot earnest work is being done.
New York Mining Directory.
We have before us a book bearing
the above title. It contains a full list
of Mining Companies quoted in New
York, with the number of shares,
their par value and the address of the
head officers, the address of all the
members of the New York Mining
Stock Exchange, and much other in
formation relative to mines, which
cannot but prove valuable to mill and
mining men. The book will be for
warded to any address by sending to
Messrs. Hollistcr & Goddard, 30 Broad
Mreet, New York, aud forwarding one
AXD CALIS FOK X
To that end we reserve
this space, and will1 an
nounce our new Price List
in a few days.
L. ZECEENDORF & CO.
Fever and Ague.
The true antidote to the effects of miasma is
Ilostetter's Stomach Bitters. This medicine
is one of the most nonular remedies of an age
of successful proprietary specifics, and is in
immense demand wherever on this continent
fever and atrue exists. A wineglassful three
times a day is the best possible preparative for
reffulating'the liver and invigorating the stom
ach. tg For snle by all d nggiett and dculem
WM B. HOOPER,
o 10. S. CASH.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
Foreign and Domestic
WINES AND LIQUORS,
Mesilla St., bet. Main and Meyers,
Sole Agents for Arizona
E For the Celebrated
" Private Stock,"
' "Old Rye,"
Manufactured by MILTON J. HARDY 4
CO, of Louisville, Ky. E. Martin & Co.
flan Franolsoo.Soie Agents for the Pacific
Have also on band a well seleeted stock
of Wines, consisting of
CHAMPAGNE h. Roderer, Cachet Blanc
Private Cuvee, Delmonico, Perinet
& Fils, Heidsick and Imperial.
CLARETS DuplessisMoulis, St. Afri
que, Lalande, La ose Mcdoc, Me
Old Burgundy, Club Port, London
Dock Port, Forresters Sherry
And All Kinds of California "Wines
We keep a full Une of
Imported and Domestic Cigars.
f erery grade and qnallty; also all kinds
of MINERAL WATKRS, and every
tblDK appertaining to a
Wholesale Liquor Store,
The quality of which we guarantee to
equal anything supplied by flrt ulass San
Francisco or Eastern Houses.
Special Torins to Pardea Porehsu
ins by the Car-Load.
TUCSON and PHOzNIX,
Buys and Sells
Saddles, Bridles, ILirness, Fur
niture, Clothing, Pistols,
Miners' Outfits, Etc., Etc.
Keeps Constantly on hand a Large Stock
of t'lothlug &o., suited to Miners'
On Meyers Street,
A. few doors south or the Palace Hotel
Livery & Boarding Stables,
CONGRESS AND CAMP STREETS
(Near Public School Building),
FIELD a MORGAN Proprietors.
STABLES JUST BUILT, with modern
Improvements and conveniences. Excel
lent Hay and Grain always on hand.
Fine Turnouts, Single and Double. Sad
dle iiorses for hire by the day or hour.
Attentive and experienced hostlers In at
tendance. P. F. NILSOK,
J E W ELBE,
Church Plaza, Tucson.
Watch repairing done in
the most skillful manner. All
work warranted to give sat
MININO DEEDS FOR í ALE AT THE
Mil II Mil L II I'lgLII'iMI' UUWSJJUWBWH I I 1,1.
Congress and Meyers sts.
Having determined io
retire from the Mercha n
disc business , we offer for
which will, on examina
tion , be found large and
well assorted, and sold
without reserve at Ex
tremely low figures for
cash or approved paper.
L. M. JACOBS 4- CO.
Tucson, Feb. 24, '80.
A. D. Otis.
Él. D. OTIS & Co.
Tucson and Tombstone,
LUMBER, SHINGLES, Etc.,
Doors, Sash and Blinds,
Paints, Oils and Glass,
Crockery ana Glassware,
MAIN ST., TUCSON". A. T.
Fremont Street, Tombstone.
SROUFE & McCRUill,
Importers of Liquors,
Fine MeI WMsRies,
ETC., ETC., ETC.,
208 and 310 Market Street and 9 and 11
Pine Street, Nan Francisco,
HAVE IN STORE AND WAREHOUSE,
and are constantly receiving ex-tthip, the
following well-known brands of Liquors:
Chi-mpnjrne Vineyard Proprietors, Saierac
dc Ford et Kiln: Ot'ard, Dupuv S Co., ilartell.
Jnk'g Robin & Co.. lleiinesny, of the various
vintagcs;-.Marett & Co., Coguac, etc.; Califor
nia iirape Brandy.
Ilollsday Bonrbon, Old Rye Whiskies, Old
Bourbon (extra), Eict-nce of Old Virginia, Cop
par Distilled, McNulty, Poindyxirr, Slater's
Premium, Old Government, Hermitage, Ken
tucky Bonrbon, Cabinet Bourbon, Irish and
Holland Cins (different brandu), Jamaica and
St. Croix Rumh. old and choice branda of Ports
and Sherries, a full assortment of case trvodn,
Blue Urns Bonrbou in caces (1 and Sdozen
each), Fipnax, tne famous German Uiiters.
Your orders are rep'ctfullv solicited.
SROUFE & MijCRUM,
208 and 210 Market st. end 9 aud 11 Finest.,
Assay Office and CñsiicalLaloraíory
SALAZAR & RAHN,
Mining Engineers, Metallurgists
and Assayers, Tucson.
Meyers Street, opposite Palace Hotel.
ASSAYS AND CHEMICAL ANALYSIS
of every description of ores and other enb
stnnces promptly made. Highest decree of
accuracy guaranteed. Samples sent from ont
side by mail or express properly attended to.
Bullion refined, mi-lted and stamped. Reliable
reports and information on mines in all parts
of Arizona and Sonora furninhed. Plans, spec
ifications and estimates on mines, mills and
other works. Underground surveying and
mapping a specialty. English, Spanish, Ger
man and French spoken.
Graduate of the Roval Mining School at Frei
berg, and of the imperial Mining School at
Graduate of the Itnperial Polytechnical School
at Berlin; formerly assistant oi me Jiciamr
gical Laboratory at Tarowitz, Germany; late
from Virgtnia City, Nevada, and Contention,
rnHOMAS PRICE'S ASSAY OFFICE.
And MINING OFFICE,
524 Sacramento Street,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Assays and Analyses of Ores. Sampler
and Purchaser of all kinds of ores.
ANALY'ZED AND REFINED
And Returns made in CoId, Currency,
Certified Checks or Certificates ot Deposit
to any part of thayuutry.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
OIIHI". fc Co., Proprietors
Chiricahua Lumber and Shingle
All kinds of Lumber, including Matehd
Flooring and Rustic, constantly on hand
at reasonable rates. Location of mill
near White & Bro.'s Ranche, twenty-two
miles south of Fort Bowie.
I A. D.OTIS & Co., Agents, Tucson.
J P ion ccr Hsvs Depot
I of Arizona.
Established in 1870,
J. S. Mansfeld,
Newspapers, Magazines, Yan
kee Notions, School Books,'
Stationery, &e., &c.
Having made arrangements with the
best Eastern and California houses,
I can now furnish Papers and
Books at the
Special attention will be given to
Subscriptions for Papers and
Smokers end Cheivers,
Should take notice that we keep the
.Lest .Brands or Cigars, Tobaccos,
Pipes, and everything in the
line of Smokers articles.
Strangers coming to Tucson
should not iorget to visit
The Pioneer News Depet
Dealer in General Merchandise.
ALL TRANSACTIONS STRICTLY
Cash. No bad debuto be made upon
THE DOLLAR OF THE
ONE GOES AS FAR A3
THAT OF THE OTHER
Miners and Prosoeciors
WILL F1SO IT
TO TflEItt ADVANTAGE
Mf WELL ASSORTED STOCK
Before Purchasing El-wher. ttJICK
SALES, SMALL PitOFIT AND NU
Proposals for Military Supplies
HKADOTARrETtS DSPAKTMSVT OK AKIZONA,
Omen op Chief (ita'bterm aster,
Prppcott. A. T., March -25, 1S80.
SEALED PROPOSALS, in triplicate, tub
ject to the usual conditions, will be ruceive.
at this office, or at the offices of the Quartet
mnstprs at the following named posts, until is
o"clock, noon, on Monday, May 3, at
which time and places thiy will be opened in
presence of bidders, for furnishing and delivery
of military supplies dnrirjrt'ne fiscal year com
mencing on the 1st d;7 of Jr.lr, 1SS-'. and end
ing on the 30th day of June. ISSi, as follows:
FUEL Hard and sott wood and charcoal.
FORAGE Bnrlcv. bran, corn and hav.
STRAW for Havi For bedding.
Or such of said supplies as may be required, at
Fort Apache. Fort liowie. rort trant. lamp
Hnnc.hnca. Fort Lowell, Fort McDowell, Fort
Mojnve. Camp Rucker, Camp Thomas. Fort
Verde, Whipple Depot and Yuma Depot, Ari
zona, and Fort Yuma, California.
Prooosais for either class of the stores men
tioned, or for Quantities less than the whole
rennired. will be received.
The Government reserves tae right to reject
anv or 11 proposals.
A preference will be given to articles of do
Blank Dronosals. and printed circular? stat
ing the kind and estimated quantities required
at each post, and giving full instructions as to
the manner of bidding, conditions to b; ob
served bv bidders, and terms of contract and
pagment will be furnished on application to
this office, or to the Quartermasters at the va
rious posts named.
Envelólas containing proposals snonia d
marxef. "Pronosal for at ," and
admessod to the undersigned, or to the respec
tive Post Quartermastets.
GEO. n. WEEKS,
Quartermaster U.S.A., Chief Quartermaster
Deparment oi Arizona.
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA. County of
I Pima. In J nstlce s court, netort'i uñarles
H. Mever. Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 1,
Stephen Rickard, plaintiff, vs. A. G. Hunter,
defendant. Demand. $182. The Territory of
Arizona sends greeting to Mr. A. G. Hunter,
defendant: Yon are hereby summoned and re
quired to appear before me, at mv office in the
town of Tucson, and County of Pima, on the
35th day of May, A. D. IPSO, at ID o clock a.
m., to answer the complaint of the above
named plaintiff, who demands of you that voir
are indebted to him in the snm of "one hundred
and eighty-two dollars. And if you fail to ap
pear and answer said complaint, as herein re
quired, the phintiff will take judgment against
von as demanded, and for the costs of this suit.
Given mider mr hand this lih dnv of March,
A. D. 1SS0. "CHARLES H. MEYKR,
J. P., Predict No. 1.
TO G. ILLICH, or those parties that may
claim under him, the nndersigned gies no
tice that he has had the necessary assessment
work done upon the Tiger, Last Chance and.
Emma Mines, in Patagonia District, Pimv
Countv. A. T., for the year ending April 5, lSTíj
and paid the sum of $ál. 45 for the same; and;
unless the said Illich, or those owning nnder
him, come forward within ninety days from,
the date of this notice and pay to me the sum
of $1.45, being his share of the- money paid
for assessment work, his share, one-fourteenth
of said mines, will be thereafter forfeited to ,
me. C. CASON.
Tucson, March 26, 18S0.
The Old Kine Caution.
ALL PARTIES ARE HEREBY NOTI
ned that I claim one-fourth, interest
in the Old Mine, relocated undr the
nnnm nf I ha Pn m m ml ore mine. Oto Rían
co District, Arizona, and all parties a ra
ti ere h y cHullonea noi in emer into auy
negotiations tor said interest.
J. C. HANDY.
Tucson, February 23. 18i0.
ROAD STATION RECEIPTS REA DY
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