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MARCH 11, 18SC
luxutiful. clear, crisp waither bu
,-cceeJnl ke rain.
'Ilia new Rtciitar nt the Land Office
ha not jet rnTPu.
The seventeenth o( Ireland will be th.
ueit treat biiiohm aoiiuav.
Tar' have soi Total Wrack mine in
ilibw dietnc. auiornia.
A cf w postofEce called Vuta baa been
4iUbU8IieQ in -wocuuiecouuij.
the poitofiice ot Camp Thoma. hat
jetE Che3aTea xorl AUUiaAB.
(VKwl C P. Sytea is in Boston oa
Biomi'. lati ni railroad buaiueea.
Trenton, Xe Jerser, baa a baby with
The Council hi passed a bill to prc-
lubit tiir tale ot toy pistols to minora.
aJ estate U in moro aetiTe demand
jhn at any time during the past year.
The moTemuut in furor of American
Bjaej" i universaL The dura o the
IJbr tre past.
VCtlU, I'arco Jt Co. ahipped on Hon-
Jit for the Tombstone M. A M. Co.,
three taw of bullion, rallied at 89,-
Mr. Chas. R. TlVores intends starting
up hi little smelter in a day or two, on
, quantity of ore from the Santa Ri-
IheiraaHpox in Yuma is being rap-
iitj eiteraiiuated under tbo strict quar¬
antine rule adopted by ths Board of
A long letter from Dr. Paul Gregory,
Hc-rmonllo, bears ample testimony that
the'lV-aee Hotel of that city is a good
.ace 1 3 eat and sleep.
Timms J. Goodman has been appoint
,I nostmister at Ehrenbtirr, Yuma
county and Milton Bay postmaster at
1'tilo'r. Apache oounty.
The Preecott Courier notea that the
of Middle Verde and Oak Creek
,r croud of tht-ir excellent school-
Mather, Mr. L. B. Tenner.
Frank Hattou, first assistant postmas.
ttr-feseral, contemplates a trip west,
kaJ will look oTer the mining districts
of Xe Mexico and Arizona.
Alejandro Garcia has prepared a crest
tatsDer of adobes for the construction
u! a etare and seTeral tenement! at the
earner ot Stone avenue and Pennington
The Tucson Electric Light Company
hive elected as their first directors
Uetm. L. M. Jacobs, Paul lloronev. B.
M. Wilkine, H. Farley and C. E. Ilol-
Tb narrow gauce road to Clifton will
?jre a junction with the Southern
Ficific about two miles west of Lords
birf, where all freight and passenger
transfers will be made.
When the associated press dispatch
froia Tucson announcing the dteeorery
u.'the Blue Jay reiched ConuelsTille,
?f. rjv.vauia, it read that the ledire was
i Limited miles wide and a mile long.
The mil lias passed the Council giving
jurtfom $10 per day compensation
wLile icluiilj engaged in the work of
int-inEf. In Pima county the assessor
u Allowed one hundred days at this rate.
Mr. J. B. Collins states that this is the
in! time in several years that the stock
if (irtlif.a county will lo oble to rerel
is a good supply of spring grasi. He
tliiit. tbis will be a glorious year tor
Tfce annual meeting of the Htockhold-
en o'.lht Arizona Southern railroad com-
pasy ji advertised to be held in Boston,
io the 3 1 of April. The question of ex-
t-iiiia; the road from Calaimsas to Tuc-
dn wil. then be decided upon.
T' t town of Crittenden is growing
rni.l!T. TV rnilmail rnmnAlir liaa
to-snieUd a deuot buildinr aud several i
other bnildiugs have been erected. A
tew itort has started aud a restaurant
eiUbbtfced. For a small place it is
Ths piots of Fort Yuma and San Di-
r? ) Barracks, having ben transferred
tithe Department of California, it will
. excluded from the payment directed
id pararap'. 1. Special Orders Xo. 1G,
current senei, from Department head-
ijitrter.-, which is modified accordingly.
A gentleman who remained in Lords-
bnrf, Tuesday night, reports that three
rath wptx stood up " in the public
itret-ts of that place during the evening,
for Jit, $95 and 900 respectively. They
ren take 12 a man for six-bits there,
tnd, when trade is slack, do so just for
Tht pcnpisg works for the Gunsight
c:.apnnj have armed, and wsro loaded
upon tuar large wagons tbis morning
tsd stirted for the mines. The erection
of thsie works will complete the pre¬
tentions for starting up ths mill and in
a !tn weeks time the Gunsight will
ben s steady now of bullion.
At a regnlar meeting of the Toxnb-
tone Hebrew As socintion, held March
4, ths following oulcsrs were elected for
th? ennmg term: L. Lineberg. presi-
J'at: A. M. Cohu, vice-president; Mrs.
H. Myers, second vice-preridnt; Max
Coha. i-erttary; L. Sumnterfield, trea-
sx'sr IL Myers, D. Summerfield and D.
Ths weather prophet Wiggins has
written from Ottawa, and still adheres
to hu production of storms on March 9
iU 13, ind s&ys the storms will be as
pest ti any that ever occurred on the
-th or can possibly occur. He is pos-
itiTe a tidal wave will occur on the Bay
' Bengal, the ooast of Australia and
tin Gmf of Mexico.
Bfore the adjournment of the Sn-
Kme Court it was announced from the
-tch that the necefsarv steps 'will be
tilen ti obtain an early publication of
tit decisions of the Supreme court, and
fx-thermore that the Justices foel called
pon br the receipt of several improper
I. ttsrs rslsting to pending litigation, to
Rasnt upon and express their disap¬
prove it this practice.
Mr (leo. Bnragardner, of the Grin-
r mines. Temporal Gulch, is in the
p,'t.T. He states that the rinw road from
Crittenden to Camp Gringoire iaeom-
?ltd, and a good road ot easy grades
iu ben built. The distance from Crit-
ttajrn to the Camp is four aud a half
--3m. Mr. Bumgardner will purchase
-lamg tools, blacksmiths' outfit, lnm-
h: for building, eta, at the mines, while
-5 tie uity, and will start up work on
tit ainn within two or three weeks.
Ladies will find relief from their head-
-dts, eostivfnesB, swimming in the
head, colic, tour stomach, indigestion,
waitsst or periodical sick headaches,
"ttkneas in the back or kidneys, pain
a the shoulders and different parts ot
the holy, B feeling of lassitude and des¬
pondency, by taking Simmons Liver
wgolitor. It should be used by all
fwsors, old and young. It is not un-
P-tuaat, is purely vegetable and is not
ttrinos to the most delicute constitu¬
A ccurt-martial has been appointed to
fitettt Fort Lowell, on March 7th, or
M ooa thereafter as practicable, for the
fcul ot Private Bobert Stein, troop B,
:xth cavslrr, and such other prisoners
i rasy be brought before it The detail
Mthe court is as follows: Captain J.
Oirard, assistant surgeon United
stitsi army; Captain Adam Kramer,
ath cavalry; First-Lieutenant W. H.
Urter, R. Q. M. sixth cavalry; Second
"utenant Thomas Cruse, sixth cavalry;
"feond Lieutenant L. H. Strother. first
ttfsntry; Second Lieutenant F. G.
Hodjion, sixth cnvalry; First Lisnten-
l-t Edwrd E. Dravo, aixth cavalry,
A gentleman from Los Angeles, re-
Vorii that the smallpox is raging in that
tAJ, ind that there are seventy or
Mjhtj cutct ot that disease there. He
stttes that the officials, the press
r.d ths doctors are keeninc the matter
4a't, far fear it will stop the influx of
The following is a synopsis ot lion
Moye Wicka bill introduced ia the
House to provide for a Constitutional
convention to frame a State Constitution
aud tor other purpose
Section 1 provides for the submitting
the question of the propriety of a Con
etitutional Convention to the voter of
the Territory at the general election cn
the th day of November, 18S1.
beotionU provides that the ballots
shall bo counted and canvassed the same
as most lor Dslsgat to Congress.
occima o provides scat in case a con
yention is favored, tho Governor shall
issue me proclamation prodaitsinr the
Orst Monday in May, 1SS5, a tioiil
amuuu lur usicgaiea to me Uonstitu
Section i provides that the number of
delegates shall be twice the ncmbor op-
nnrlinn 1 rn .1. r
L3 . r r i . .
oockmu o muxes 11 mandatory upon
tne iwtrds of Supervisors to provide
tor ino special election as is now pro-
iucu iur a general election, anil triiR
or, ma canvass or the votes and the it-
Section C prcvides that the Governor
then calls the Convention to assumble ut
tno capital of the Territory on thH mii.
ona jionany or aeptember, ltSi.at noon
preserves mo memod of opening the
Convention and the oath to bo adminis
tared br the Governor; llin
the convention: puy and mileage of its
members, &nd the length of its session.
me laut r being limited to one hundred
Section 7 provides for the castodv of
the journal and general powers over its
Stction 8 provides for the submission
of the new constitution to a vote of tha
people for adoption or rejpetion at a tys
Section 9 provides that the Convention
ahsll make provisions for the admission
of Arixona as a State, if the Constitution
be adopted, and provide for n special
election lor a member or Uongress and
all officers created by the Constitution;
also for the first session ot ths Legisla¬
ture, and for an election thereat of two
United States Senators; also to prescribe
wlien tne Constitution shall take affect.
Section lOappropriatee money for the
expense or me convention.
Doc. Davis Struggllu?,
Xews comes from San Franoiaeo that
John Pay ton has pstitionad the Su¬
preme Court for a writ of habeas corpaa
in favor of Lew Hacek, alias Doc Davis.
The petition sets forth that Hanck is un¬
lawfully restrained of his liberty by
bbenff Bowlaud of Los Angeles, and
ona John L. Xorrw without uuy warrant
iisuod from any Court of Justice of that
Pi. i. il
oui.c, or wiiuoui a-"j warrant or pro¬
cess from the Courts if any other State,
or from the United States. TTfe Su
prime iouri nut gran;eu tue writ, ro-
tu rnablc forthwith befere Judge Lswltr
uepartmeut a. or tne Sunenor Court
Hancka was arroited one day last west.
at Jjos Angeles, by virtue of a telegram
o anerin itornina. liie telegram was
from Dnming, New Mexico, sad signed
Jhn T. Xorrii, Ohio State Detective.
Hanck is wanted for a murdar com¬
mitted in 1S78, on the cars at the Col¬
umbia, Hocking Valley and Toledo
railroad. Tt appears that four persons
were in the smoking oar. approashin?
Delaware, Delaware connty, Ohio; three
of the partv were playing cards, Penl
Lohman, Lew Haaak and a whisky
drummer named Houghton, the IntUr
playing capper tor Hnnck, who was
known as a notorious gambler. Lohman
lost S70 at the gine, and accused ths
otharH of swindling him, wbareiipoa
Hnnck draw n revolver and shot him,
jumpod from th curt aud madi his e-
dapo. Since that time Hanck has kept
out of the wi.y, aud in the mean time
hat visited Cuba, France, and finally
went to Tucion, Arizona, where the de¬
tectives were able to trace him, which
resulted in his arrest.
Letters Uncalled For.
The following Utters remain nuralled
for in Wells, Fargo i Co.'u express
office in this city:
Asimole, Fernando Inderstroth, T
Andrade, Join Y
Bow. J S
Barber. B C
Bishop, Rev BC
Bojoruet, Juan, b
Dedn, C H
Emerick, G P.
Hunter, F A
Hall, G E 2
Hall, J Sherman
Harshaw, D F
Lnythe, S Y
Letch, Mrs Dr
Miller, J S
Moor, O B
Moreno, M A
Moreno, F M
Otero, D P
Padilla, Jose Ma
Rivera, Jose M
Bowley. John C
Serrano. T T
Turner, Mrs Edith
Volkert, J II
Wilkin, A M
A Good Mine.
Mr. Richard Woflecdan hss been the
fortunate owner for the past threa years
of a silver mine called the Nancy Lee
located in the Tucson mountains, about
tight miles northwest from Tucson.
During his ownership ot this property he
hss expended upon it upwards of S6.CO0
in the way ot development, and for this
expenditure he can show four shafts of
130 feet, 80 fest, 40 fset, and M feet re¬
spectively, and three tunnels aggrega¬
ting 145 feet. The Iedgo ia somsthinjr
over four fest wide, and two assays front
average rack made Tuesday gave tht
very gratifying resulta of $190 and 3118.-
75. Ttie mine is represented to be as
good property as can be found any¬
Mr. Woffendtn has just 1st a contract
to Manuel Sanchez to further sink ons
hundred feet on ths ledge, for the sura
of 81,100, and he expects that this will
sufficiently devslop the property to en¬
title it the distinction ot being called a
mine, at which time it will be put an the
market for sale unlets reduction works
are established in Tucson in the mar¬
Mr. T. F. Croniae, agent of the Brush
and Swau Electric Light Company, has
been in the city for the past week, and
baa succeeded in organizing a local
company and secured a concaision from
the City Council to erect poles tor the
wire upon the public streets and to in¬
troduce tbsir method of illumination.
The electno light is fast displacing
other illuminators in all large cities, and
itposstssss & great many advantages
over all other methods. It is probable
that three masts will be erected for
public lights, one of which, it is to bs
hoped, will surmount the I dome of the
courthouse, as from that altitude it
would illumine a very large portion of
tho thickly populated part of the city.
The incorporators are men of means,
push and energy, and there in no doubt
but many dark places will soon be
penetrated with the rays of this brilliant
Some time since we published an ac¬
count of the desecration of the grave
of the late TV. J. Batta, at Manoopa,
and to-day wo are informed by R. E.
Farrington and Wra. Zent, otthot place,
that his remains have again been dis¬
turbed. The bones only remained at the
last interment, and toas time last eek
tbev were atriiin dug up and scattered
"tern visitors the main resource of j over the ground. This is the most re-
.n t -i .... . . i I 1 1.1 al A owaw mama t f ntl f
Prospectors returning from tha moun¬
tains in all dirootioCH, report that by
far more dovelopisunt work on mines is
now iu progress than at any previous
period of time. Ownors of claims are
beginning to realize that tbty cannot
tell zaero prospects, and that it good
body of ore most be shown to insuro n
sale, and are accordingly beuding thuir
best enurgies in tho work of develop¬
ment. Xearly all the projectors are
men ot little or no capital, aud it is often
a (lUbtuon or great importsiicu una
then where tlieir next dar'a food is to
come from, without taking into contid
eration the purchase ot blasting powdor.
drills, etc Homo ot them, tsemrorr, u
cago in other work tor a time, to ncoam
ulate enough moaey to prcaoctite work
oh tncir own claims. Under men o ii-
ditiuns development is nrcvsttnly slew,
but in nearly every instance the hard
labor aud patient plodding has been
reworded, 'lbs succsit of others simi
larly situated inspires them with a hops
that their days of toil are very nearly
past, and every foot ut penetratiou into
the metsl veins brings them gtill nearer
to the coot(deiiss and affluence.
Muoh of the work of development ia
donu quietly, aud prmpeotors urn quite
reticent regarding thuir properties, pre¬
ferring to first obtain sonittking of value
before making a noise about it.
There are mines of great nisrit noir
sullicitjiitly opened for capitalists to m
tsrifct themselros in, iti altaost erery
range of aioontains in Picas county, ot
wnith the pnbuo have heard nothing.
They are almost without exception prop¬
erties oi grisi promise, anu many or
them will develop into great mints.
Their owners do not understand the
knack of pulling them np through the
press, nor do they care to do so. They
are content with the result of their toil
and have faith that the future will
bring a recognition ot the merits ot
ihis is a stianble nlau. aud onu that
works grest good to tht Territory. Ev¬
ery foot of delving into the great hills
adds to Ansuaas wealth, and a fe
years more ot such toil will bring wealth
and comfort to the hearthstone of many
a poor but worthy prospector.
THE CHAMPION SAFE.
Xoble & Hall Agents for
the Detroit Safe Com-
A Sure I'rulfrclllm Freni Fire.
st city. Tucson might turn the tables
a Lcs Angeles, and demand that the
"sins from that city be quarantined,
je disease has disappeared from tbis
wMnd that the city of the angeU is
raaph more afflicted with the scourge
) Tucson was, excites the sympathy
?il l""h.o have enjoyed the shades of
markable oast that has ever come to our
observation, and were we superstitious
might incline us to the belief that it is
the work ot the spiritual world. What
objoct anyone could have of digging up
the remains ot Mr. Batts, which are past
the state of any scientific light, is a mat¬
ter that surpasses the understanding ot
all the Maricopas. Phenix Gaxette.
The following is Hon. A. D. Lemon's
memorial to Congress adopted by the
Twelfth Legislative Aakembly, praying
for other lands in lieu ot school lands
covered by grants, etc.
Your memorialists, the Legislative
AaHembly of the Territory of Arixona re¬
spectfully represent, tbnt
hereas. by act ot Congreas. the six¬
teenth and thirly-siith sections of land
in each Csngrtisional township ia ths
Territory have been set apart for the
use aud benefit of tbo publio school
fund, on the sdmission of the Territory
into tho union as a State; and
Whereas, vast bodies of land within
said Territory are covered by Mexican
grants, swamp aud mineral lands, by
re.ison of which the sixtosuth and thirty-
aixth sections of ths lands within the
limits of such grants, swamp lauds and
mineral reesrvntiona are rendered value¬
less far the purposes for which they
were Hit apart by law, your memorial
ists would further represent to your
honorable body, that there tro, in said
Territory, other lands of great value for
timbsr, granc g and agricultural pur-
poiL'x. and it oy act ot Congress they
should lt given to the Territory, in lieu
ot tbe sixtientb and thirty-sixth sec¬
tions, m the townships covered by surh
Mexicua giants, awaap lauds tad miu.
srnl rtiuervatioL. would in time be ot
great tklue to the public schools of our
Territory; therefore 1 it
IUmc.IvhJ. by the Legislative Astsm-
blv of the Territory pf Arizoia, that our
Uolektv in Congress, be and he is eitj-
by inttruetrd to osesll honorable means
to bring tbis mbjuct to the early and
favorable consideration of Cougrrsj,
th.it a law may bo pasted, grtntiug to
llirt 1 H.-ritory or Arizona lands m Iiou of
tho sixteenth and thirty-sixth sections.
coverrd by all MniiJin grants, swamp
lsnds and mineral raservati6ns in said
Territory; and be it further
unsolved, tnat tba ecrstary of tne
Territory be and be is hereby requested
to transmit a copy of tho foregoing mem¬
orial and roiolution to our Delegato in
Congrfctm and also a copy to the Com-
miiMouer of the National Bureau ot Ed¬
ucation and a copy to the Presided o!
the Senate and Kpeakerof tht House of
St John, Coyote, Jan 1, J L Story, J
Silver Tip. Beboquivan mountains.
Jan 1. J II Faweett, J A Milddlemai.
Columbus. Anvaeo, Jan I, J 11 raw-
eott, J A Middlemas.
TunnelhTyndall, Feb 1, F Id Matralf.
Darwin. Lyndall. Feb. 3, Geo. Clarke,
Cbni Cranr, W. S. Cram.
Huxley. Tyndall, Feb. 3, Geo. Clarke,
Chas. Cranx, W. 8. Cranx.
Mountain view, Uolottia. Jan. V. W.
B. MeCIsary, C. F. OrofT. H. E. Hall.
Antelope. Anvaca, eb. as, C v.
Kempton, Albert Sheltenbrand.
Altu,Cata uraude, reo. o, tr t.
Barnhart, B. T. RamsU, T. J. Fergn-
White Star. Ca Grnnde. Frb.2C. P.
D. Barnhart, 11. T. RustelL T. J. Fergu¬
Grand Trunk. Cxsa Grand. Feb. 26,
P.D. Barnhart, B. T. Bussell, T. J. For-
Wm Warford to T J Ntwcomt.Eaaton
mine, Tucson mountains, SI.
U.S. patent to Daniel Walters,
I,'. Bsc 3, T 15 S. B 13 E, 1C0 aeres.
j. v. litvv to r. u. Xiarnnari, uaice
mine. OlU Ajo; W)0.
J. Coat mo and t. JU. Kusseii to a. i'.
Bivim, S Coetsno well and 1C0 acrea of
laud, $1,500. .
A. Vardugo and wire to Annie v.
Biecksr, sonthsaat corner block .3,
Lien of M. gchlender on Columbia
Copper Cotapaiy'a works, 8110.
Articla of incorporation of the Bniih-
Swan Eleotrio Light Company, of Tno-
son, by Paul Moniney, Chas. E. Hol-
brook and H. Farley. Capital atock,
810,000; in 1.0CO shares.
Cortineato or UMMUtcanv wore ou
Lady Collins nine, Erapire district, by
Kirei.T, Llllily anl llcutf Cvlultiuail.
TtmsxuT, March 6.
Full bench present.
Territory vs. Lewis MoGinnis. Judg¬
ment aid order affirmed.
Territory vs. Chas. Iwing. Samo or¬
Territory vs. John Gage. Bant ordtr.
T.rritorv vs. II. B. Potter. Judrntnt
nad order reverses'; cause remanded for
ntw trial. ....
Ex parte Joseph Haldnp on Ha¬
beas corpus. Application for disohsrge
nider the wnt dented. I'nsener rs-
mandsd. . .
L. Ztcktndorf et al vs. t. .uirard
et ml, respondent. Order appealtd from
reversed with leave to amend affidavit.
Court adjourned sine die.
Appropriations for Arlxoao.
Tht sundry civil service appropriation
bill, as passed by tho House and prob¬
ably concurrtd in by tha Senate, con¬
tains tha following items for Arixoso:
For contingent expensss of tbe office
ot the Burvtyor General of Arixona; for
rent of office of the Surveyor General,
pay of messenger, fuel, books, statione¬
ry and other incidental expenser, $1,500.
For preliminary survey of uncon¬
firmed and survey of confirmed private
and claims in Arizona, at a rate not ex¬
ceeding 313 ptr lintar mile, and office
Captain Black, with twtnty picked
men or tne anaxspeare guard, ten
Lordsburg about 11 p. m. Monday night
for the Gila valley for the pnrpoae of
capturing M. C iiinney and hu band
nf rustlers, who are reported to be
located within a few miles ot Bichmond
with 330 bead of stolen horses and cat¬
tle. Kinney is one of the most lawless
mtn iu Xov Mexico, and has a band of
twenty rustlers. A Bichmond special
says: "Captain Black arrived there
Tuesday evening, and would make an
attack during the night.
The dor jatulw ot these Baft ara made
ot malleable rolled steel of great tensile
strength, crimped and rolled into six off¬
sets or flangos for which the company
holds oxcluaive. patent.
llie advantRges in tutsa Kires areas
follows: Thd thiouese of tho metal
which conm-uts the outside box with the
inside box. The toughness ot the metal
which forms the door frames and iambs
The cloie fitting of tht door frame to the
jamb. Ihe position of the bolt work on
tbe iuuer tUnge ot the door and the
round corner ot tht ruiu.
All other safes madu in the UuiUd
States have cast iron door frames and
jamtx. which uetid mutt be made thick
iu order to obtain snfficiont strength,
thus furnishing a direct avenue for tho
introduction ot heat to the insida of the
cafe, which, thick as it is, is coattautly
crackliif, especially when expesdd to
lire, owing to itu well-cnown brittluness.
By the use of this thin atel tbe prob¬
lem hss been solved ot how to make the-
front ot a sate as invulnerable to tire as
its other walla.
Tbo uuequal contraction of east iron
in cooling, renders it impossible to fit
the door casting with closeness and reg¬
ularity; a glaring evil which this sys¬
Tho position of the lock and bolts ren¬
ders it easy to keep both in order, while
at tbe same time they ara far more diffi¬
cult to be tampered with when tha sufe
is locked. s
The filling by this systum, begins at
ths extrome outside of the door, while
by the old system ot placing tbo lock
and bolt work immediately under the
outer plate of the door, the heat was al¬
lowed to pass unobstructed about halt
through the door.
Tho fire proof filling is of Buch a na¬
ture that the contents of Bfufe sro sure¬
ly prottcted throuebjiny fire to which a
burning building can expose it.
1 he round corners give double the
protection against the. bursting of a safe
br a heavy fall, as tbe full strength of
tbe welded hoops is thus preserved,
whilo in a aafe with square corners tbe
rectaugular betid in the hoops is a con¬
stant source of weakness and danger.
These safes are in use throughout ths
ltugth and bieadth cf our land, as well
is in the countries of tbe Eastern
Hemiiphore; they have been everywhere
exposed to fires of all kinds, incident to
human experience, but theru has never
been a single cm n where they have
filled to protect their contents' against
loss or damage from heat, hence we do
not ftur to assert that thee are tbt beet
fire proof safeh in use. and while thev
arn fiuiihed in all their appointmeuts
with great thoroughness aud Uiautv,
tho company is, beoaute of their great
facilities for manufneturinr. through
their agents here, able to offer thtni at a
price so reasonable, tbnt no one who baa
books, papers or valuables to protect
should be without one.
llanos sates and vaults, constructed
with all the latest and most approved
burglar proof appointments, made to
order, also, vault .doors, iron shutters
and jail work. A large supply always
Office nnd nureroous by the railroad
trick, weat of Potter's hotel. Tucaon.
Proceedings of Board of Supervisor.
February 13, lb83.
The Board of Supervisors met pursu¬
ant to adjournment at 10 o'clock a. m.
l'reudit - J. 11. loolr. Chairman; A. D.
Otis, member; M. (. Samaniego, mem¬
ber; W. J. Osborn, Clerk.
Ihe minutes of last meeting were read
It appearing to the Botnl that tbe
following named persona have been
erroneously assessed for the property
set opposite their respective names, or-
lercd that the aime bo stricken from
the tax roll and that the clerk furnish
the shorifl" uith a copy of this order,
Jews Aldacoa, lot 1G, block !8, 8300.
Francisco Reynolds, lot , block 9i,
GuiIItrmo Alountra, lot 6, block 173,
Ordered that the Board stand ad¬
journed to March 6, 1883 at 10 o'cloek
James H. Toole, Chairman.
Att:st: Williah J. Osnoa.t, Clerk.
March C. 1683.
The Board of Supervisors mst pursu¬
ant to adjoummeat at 10 o'clock a. m.
Bresent: J. 11. Toole, chairman: A.
D. Otis, 11. G. Samaniego, members; W.
The minutes ot tho last meeting were
retd and approved.
c. At. ilruce, appearing before tne
Board at agent of Z. B Ptrrin, and pre¬
senting satisfactory evidence tbat said
Pernn had been erroneously assessed tor
the whole ot tbe Babocomari land grant,
while half of it was within the limits of
Cochise county, and had also been er-
rontously asseistd on a mortgage on
real estate situate within the limits ot
said Cochise county.
On motion it was ordered tnat one-
half ot the taxes levied for the year IBS'2
on the Babasomari lnnd grant, and the
axos ltvitd on a mortgage for S3S00 ou
land granta bo remitted, and that the
Clerk furnish the Sheriff with a copy of
It beine satisfactorily shown to the
Board that Rosa Drachman had been er¬
roneously aateased tortbe year 1832, on
sabdiviiion lots 1 and 2 in block 1)3, and
limn lots subsequently eold to D. A.
Sanford for deliaquent taxes, and that
the taxes have been paid by tht owner
of lots 9 and 12 in said block, and ot
which lots 1 and 2 are subdivisions.
Ordered tbat on presentation ot de¬
mand by D. A. Sanford of tho amount
paid by him and cancellation of certifi¬
cate of sale, a warrant to be drawn ou
tht gtneral fund tor the amount.
Tht Board proceeded to ax tbe salary
of tho-Clsrk of the Board, mud on mo¬
tion, all the members voting ait. it was
ordtrtd that the salary of the Cltrk et
the Board be filed and established at
31200 per annum.
Ths following demands wire audited
aud allowed bad warrants drawn there¬
for as follows, to-wit on tht gtntral
Xo. 3, 1. S. Fritd, money allowinee
care iadigtnt tick, eta., $48.40.
Xo. 4, U. P. Howe, far support as in¬
digent ptrson, 840,00.
Xo. 5, Y Romero, for support as in-
digsnt ptrsoa, $10.
On petition of rttidentt ot Young
Amtriea Prtcintt Xo. 13, on motion, all
members voting "aye" ordered that
George Haaerdon be appointed Justice
ot the Peace and Edwin Alvord bt ap¬
pointed Conttamlt in and for Young
America Precinct Xo. 13.
Ordered that tht Common Council of
the city of Tueton be requesttd to pay
ovtr to the County Trtasnrcr tbt nam
ot two thousand out hundred srvtaty-
six 40-100 dollars, balacte due on ac¬
count of pnrchast ot old county j til.
It satisfactorily appsaring that B. K.
Leathsrwood, late County Treasurer
has turned over and delivered to his
tueceitor in otlict all funds, books and
papers for which he was accountable at
County Treasurer, and hss filed with
tha Clerk ot this Board receipts allow¬
ing that ha has paid to the Territorial
Trtasnrer all Territorial funds for which
ha is accountable aa aueb County
Ordered that R. X. Ltatherwood and
and his tureties be and they are htreby
released from all accountability on ac¬
count of li. X. Leatherwood as Trea¬
surer ot the County of Pima.
Ordered tbat the Board stand ad¬
journed to March 12th, 1SS3 at 10
o'clock. JiMia H. Toole, Chairman
Attest: Wiixiau J. OsnonK, Clerk.
Ed. CrrnBx: If the Bice Jay mine,
about which so much is being said, is as
much of a bilk as the Mineral Moun¬
tain mines, whioh were sold to tbe
brethren in Iowa, the Associated Press
Agtstistobe congratulated if he hss
se finger in tbe pie.
Ihe Winning- Bant.
Ihe recent solution of tbt money
problem however much it may kav
wrung tht withers of othtrhontei, failed
in any measure to affect the stabla firm
of Messrs. A. D. Otia A Co, who in tha
transaction of a square and legitimate
business pursued the evea tenor et their
way without regard to various nuotua
tions in the current valut ot tht adobe
dollar. Their every urtiole of commerce
was us nor, figured from m currency
stand utint and prioed accordingly. It
a purchaser had Mexioin money ho
bought bis goods oheap but at
Ihe fctmr tine h paid tho
discount on the purchasing coin
thus inrariibly securing tho house
againat the lots so generally complained
ot br other marctuuU. Hence tne
craah in silver when it came, was of no
import to them, nut to tbe public it
secured a still further reduction in
prices already cutting doo to bedrock
figures, for although practically by their
growing trade aud imraensrKttock, with¬
out the paU ot competition, their goods
were marked down to so close a profit
that tastomers, bowover dull tho times,
could well afford to buy.
Tbo completeness of tho various
branches ot morcantilo industry, carried
on under one common name, tht "Live
and Ut livu prices," together with the
well-known busiuets iiuahfications ot
the firm hoad. have won for them pros¬
perity and a flnsnaial standing enjoyed
bv but few. crocxery. glassware, gas-
paintera mattriali, agricultural imple¬
ments, iron, steel, blasting and spurting
powdsrs. hammsrs ot all weignts, poll
and drifting picks, builders' mate¬
rials, doors. window sasb. aud
window clan, the most complete assort
ment ia town, lumber of all grades,
qualities and tizce. in lota to suit pur
chasdrs from one to a million of fset.
Mining and bridgu timlxir made a ape.
Correspondence is solicited, especially
in the gloss and crockery jobbing bun
nets, to whom the house guarantees
eastern prices with freight added, or ban
Francisco prices without trtightconsid
oration whatever. All partirs giving
tht house a call will be sure of nietting
with gentlemauy courtesy aud m square
deal. JJon t forget to see them.
The sessions ot court in tbo Second
Judicisl District have been set as fol
Gila county, second Monday in March
nnd ths fourth Monday in September.
jlnnoopa countv, first Alonday m
April and the second Monday in Octo
Yuma countv. third Monday in April
and the fourth Moudav in October.
Cochisd oounty, first Monday in May
and the second Monday in November.
Tho only thing ot moment in the
House toda) was one member in a
praying attitude befom his colleague-,
trvintr to impress him with the impor
timet- of some bill rhicb the kureling
geut had up for consideration. Tbe
kneeling was awkwardly done, showing
the member from Pima to bt a novice iu
c-hcrch matter.- Procott Miner.
Under the provisions of the new city
chartt-rtbs ratrnt municipal ouicers
will hold over to December, ISSt, nearly
twice lu long a turni as they were elect¬
ed for. But as they are enterprising
and capable, no odd will object to thx
extenaioc ot their tenure of office.
From San Francisco.
r r ABoi'KNKD omen and laiioiutohy
he it irep. rl to do all knadjot
First Clnss Dentistry.
m l!chfiafcn' new bloelC. !to. lit CoStfr
limit. ivUnmin r th pv.nuxnpti filler, wbnra
TS M tnEXOrTHEKdTATEOKG.lt. GAT.
Ia Pilt Ourt. Pius Camatr, Ariicna 1 r-
Nouee ii tertbr given by tt t&dm:Knnil Ad.
cnniiu-atr of till MUte t (i. U. Uij, diuI,
Vi th creditor! of and kll priem hit lie oUim
rftUil ! taid dtcwjM!, lo exlubit tteia talk
tit nit.itir? Tuaher. within foci mahi itfur
tie Cnt publication ot tiii natio. lo tha iid
AdmiBiatratcr Hi kit plica at btuiCKa. Nulll
C'oarrtii ilrnl. CltjotTacioa,CaiictTO( Pima,
A.T. A. BL'aHMAN.
idminiitrater at thnettataat U. M.Ciij.d'-
ihiiI. mil It
Trcsojr. Marek i. A. D. lilt.
Notice of Forfeiture.
TOA. XICCOLLS. HEN MOIU5AK AND ALL
A. ptntD claiacicg under than. 70a ira tiara,
bf nnuu-fci lliat tha ututirairnei hav axpaadetl
tieo upon tke LadjCoIliLi minine cliiai. attu
ata in Kaiptra minisc diitrict. eeictjr of JTima,
Territory of Ariaoaa, aa will ap?ar by oartib.
eatcnled March Kh ltaS, in tbt oSiea ot the
corder af said caantj. in order to hold laid
rremltn nadir tha protiiioii of tKtioa XXZ
ltatitt.! Blalateiet the Dailed Hutu, beiar
tbaamoant mqalrad to hold tha uraafortha
jurnniiit Dinmbir Slit. 1(83. and if within
cinttr da) a atur this notica by poblicatisn jou
fill ar nfaia to contribute, yoar trvpartionof
neb aipenditurei Mia'h co-ownri, yonrin-
tiraita in laoh olnre wiUbttcou the praparty
of tha itakitribiri nnder vaid aMtian li.
a C. STEPUESH.
Tccsox, A. TSIireh tlk. li'l mil lit
Tit MATTXIt OF THS HHTATE 0 OEOKOK
X W.thbwo, docoa9d.
Ia Prolte Court, Pima Coanty. Ariiona Teri-
rlotica ii tiaraby civaa by tho anderai sued Ad-
xainiiuator of tkeMiataaf (Itorse w.ihtnoa,
deovurtl. It tha ttidiltri at aad all ptrioai
kavinttrlaiais icunt tbtiuiu. dteraaad to as-
kibit thtci with thrnieimry tunhin. within
four naatht aftat thi fint pibheatioa ot thii
aouee to tha md AdBinntralor at bis place at
bnuceot, No. Sit Conirtlt ilrtt. in thonilyof
IHiowi.PinKiconsty. II. lILEUktA!.
AduimiU-atar af tka iiUto of (itorse VT. (lib-
ti. dictated. mil tt
TH MATTEIt Or T1IK
X Cwttlo. dicaiiia
ESTATX Olf JltaCS
la Probata Coart. l"lraa eoanty, Ariatsa Ter-
Notic it hereby si von by tha ascariicneil. Ad.
niiiitnitorot Uiocltlla of Jttai Cattro, da-
crutl. t thn crtdiltrt ut and ill pt.-iont bar.
ill tiaras tiiiajt tbt aaid divanod. M exhibit
tktm with fc" ntcMary tonahen. within tin
inur.tl.iaf tor lb t brat pabliiatiaa ot Ihit aoliee.to
tL.ttid Adninittratorathii plate of baineti.
No. Ill Oaxrin itraat. ia the City of Tnrioa,
risatVxraty. H. BUirHHA.N.
AdniautraUr af thaoaUtaot JttuaCaitra.de-
DitaJ atTcCfOI. llaithx. 1IU.
A IJi PBRaO-18 ATuTjlKBKBr NOTIlUtD
aot to parthate t ram Kaaeraft x Umitu. or
any oihnr i trlr. rxetpt tha undenizsed. any in-
trit. ran r raxoxl of the mining' claim knows
aitke iiarriein Maatudcn. north extfntion of
tha Bouansa uicint elkia. titaatad la Pima
county, Aniona. about nitnti-bTe nulea aoutb-
weat from llanoopa.
mattt 1 BAlt.SKa
L113 Ornr-a at Trcsoir. Aaiiosa.
March 1. ltU.
VTOTICK IS HKKIBI UIVXN THAT THE
lv f olio win r nimtd it-.Utr. Conrad klaada-
liai. kaa llad nttiea of hia Utaatioa ts nuka
fiaal proof ia sapport of hia pra-amptioa elalra
No. Kit. and leeara final entry thoraot b-fort
lha U. 8. Land OfSit at Tnraoa. I irai eoanty.
Aniona. on Wedna-diy. April I. ISO. at tka
hoar of lOo'elock 1. afjr the StH of HI'.
ZM tr.4 HW Ji ot SkV at rWooa H. Townihtp
II H Bania 13 X.. (Ills and Salt River Meridian,
and casta the followinr" liii wiUiiiim, nx.;
Wilbam H. klarkkaia. (V I". V. WaUaa. Ckaa. D.
Poiua and Ilaraar H. Ilarmow. of Tuoion,
Annas. HE.NBT COUSINU. Kt(iau-r.
Pint pablieallon. Marlh (, lAil.
J. B. COLLINS,
Maxer. Plata Caanly.Anaona.
SUtt k Uonrol SU..Chicase.
U 01se.ije.. M mm 7 eUJei. tkeJr
to lux mi pk. l 'r
t lMkUvll ClfW, XWls.
rssiMaa. KjsimWW. .r'-l
w.a. fkasi UmtarS tvU9. A
exyfc. m tvU wfM mmmS .w
ea. t liim,l smsvmt
rakisity. m.n iMtmtisi,
For the prevention and treatment if
DlI'llTlIt'RI 1. SCAHLET FETElt. S5IAIX-
1-01 1 ELLOW FEVEIt. II ALAKIA. ETO.
The free cm- of tho FLOW will tlo more u ar¬
ret and mm tbei uuumi man any anowa
pra pant tine.
My. PropHylactic FleM,
a afezuard arainit all ittilence. infection.
concision ana opidamice.
Unp a a (largle for the throat, as
Wnli for the Person nnd an a
DNinfrrtant for the Uoue.
Atruriiv nminDi auiiwaucw
Neatrnhx at once all nuxiooa odri and
laAtt, dtntya tho cornit ot durante and aepus
tliutrrcent noatinr imprcewioio in too air,
or tuch liti enetm a lougmeut ia it
thruat or on tha poraon.
To Itrrmh a Mck I'rnti.
A.l.l al.iTil twrntr dnifM. uf DxbTI PnI.
lactic Huul toaquartnf water, inbathicc It
will Rte tha tkin a aoft, pleaaant anil rofroab-
inc f online, and citpl tho dor that favor and
iwmpiration Iraee on the body. A email quan¬
tity of tho Fluid icrinkled otir anything, placa
or vtteel whor there it putrwenco deatroyaat
ouco tho irrm of all aninal or t2tfable teuton.
To Tretenl C'oatazloa,
FntiCHatlt mulilta tho handt with Darkiye
I'ruchyUetie Fluid ai aa to main tha n" rtahlns
uUor about the iwnou. Kxqom the Etuid abent
inearthonwareplabtioraaueera. Uwi in tho wa¬
ter for bathuijr, for itarcanetho throat., wai liiac
out tha raoath and sometime takinjc a few drpa
FerftMu Harmless Ued Inter¬
nally or r.xternullij.
3. 11. ZEIIJN 4 CO.
Proprietor!. Manufacturing- Chemuti. PhiUdeU
phia. I'nca. 30 ronti per boitK. lint Lot.
Un, 11. mh2Uaw-ly
8YMPTOM3 OF A
Loss of Appetite, Bowels coiti vo. Pain In
ths Head, vtth a dull sensation in the
baak pari. Pain under tha Shoulder
blade, fullneea after oatine, u-ith a dleixi-
chcation to exertion of body cr mind.
Irritability of temper. Low spinu, with
a fueling; of having noclectod some duty.
Wsarlneie. Uiitlneii, Fluttorlni st tbt
Heart, Dots before) the ayes. Yellow Bkla,
Headache generally ovor the right ere.
Iteatlouneia, with fitful dreamt, highly
colored Urine, asd
1 l"lgI"S FILLSnre -ppclsilly a Jptd to
och rnifi, on dote rtTcl attach a. ch&ni:
of frHojc ai to nttonUh th utTercr.
TLy imgreyqjr thm ApftIlB, and euif th
bc3y lo TaJto en f1h Ihns i)-t?m li
mirittmil. mn4 hy tlrTomllt? irtla en tht
lJlTilTfli Ornit-v. RrpnLnr Stoolt it pro-
4ucr-i. fiio ctsu. U31arrm7NtH..Tt
TUn'S HAIR DYE.
Cav Raikch Wmim chic nut taaGuxr
xuck by aainxldappUratlonoftuiaDvc Itlm-
rartt a natural Cdlor. acta llutantactoatly Soli
br Xruxsittl. cr tent by oxpn-a cn receipt at tU
omrB.3 nrziuT trr rvr ioiux.
( Dr. IL1TI llltll U T.I..1I. UttmMSn ul
VCwftl Ctttlew 1J t BUM IU1 M Mt
lalena, Silver and Copper Ores.
PACIFIC UA1I.KJACSKT SMKLTKR4
Eubrnce many ftorM Ihxt mr ftntirtlync
ivnd t-f irvAt prsclicU utilitj. wtuch are coferwd
by leVbmrn patct.
So other fanner cc coc3D&ra with the tt
darabibtr and id capiunty fur aainurnipted
work. JlOBK THAN HIXXT of tbem areaiw
rusrunr on tb lacilic (!uut itxtioc rtwulu nr.
or b4.on obtainel a rfgards costinooas ran.
ni-7. acononi of iduL artUl and (icauty oi bnl.
lion prodQCfwl. Wi ari irepartxl tudeznocatrate
by racu tne claim neri xaaur.
He Hmelto-r are hinI in a comp!tf tut.
rwiairlnj: cn brick or ttoco work, wc?pt tl.at
lWthttcrueible, the niTinc gnxt expnand
Iom of tim 111 contmction.
Onspletn mcltiiuj plant isad t ordr with
all tht impniTf mNiU tint ixpnnee hu iuroT-Hl
T&lu&LItj 111 thia elvtn of mbchinerr. HkiilM and
2rriMieed itaelter furniibM whtnittfird to
rji amine culm aad to upnnt?nd crctrnet2jB
and rannitxf of farnaci. KaUmatiM giTvc apua
Rankin, BFayton k Go,,
T.a followiBc comwvnita in lrirooa are ni-w
turn? thr yaraarp:
Copper CjsMQ 311 nine ioHl so-ton Copper.
Jloachara Minine CoM 1 3)-ton Copper.
ItuMwiU Uintnc 1 SUos Copper,
rUnti. Catarina Mininp Cv,, 1 SMon Copper.
Old GlobtsMinitRl o. 1 J. -un C per.
Lons If land Copper Co.. 1 3-J-ton copper.
lLCkJ Con. lliain Co., 1 iO-ton (ialena.
Hed (load ilmintf Co.. I liVton tialnsa.
1 PloiroMiaiPk'C!., 1 anon galmia,
W kew mi xrco,
Uceea ritrO'Pler Co.. 1 5s.-ton copper.
HnpM-ior ilinififiCol 50-ton Copper.
Jllack hinrf Micine Co t llVton copper
lionacn Jdimsc Co., 1 43-ton Galena.
I! OLD xxx J CO.
Hahiterachic MinineCo. 1 3i-ton eop.-ar.
Han Jean ! Iho Mimci? Co 1 20-.on tfaltwa.
I'lomooa . lint car Co I UCton rlena,
Qnebrailiila Klinina; Co 1 lU-ton catena.
lUinaa Nneraa Mining Co., 1 ISA-ton ralaca.
Owntara Miainr Co. IDUUm salena.
Electric Apatiutcei art tect es 30 Dijt' TriiLt
TO ME!I 0LY, YOUNG OR OLD,
aw nZcrinx f.-ora 5iaror tTraorrT.
W Lot YittUTT Laca or Mara Foacs in
Tltca. Wajri WLaKvaarssv and all taueM dlitwiiet
f & rjatiiE. XAiraa rermiuar trvnx itvtu and
OTtm Cinxt, 8mT rrlW aoJ cme. " rU-
mJ cn of 1 1 ire, Vwo a asd M a op G x. a a itxi.
Tot? trrai-tiait iiTry of NtMJr-i Century,
SaaAmtetuc for III wtxatttl lia ivaletfrto addrta
tOLTAlt BUT CO.. M&3SHAU. KKH.
Th 1 a Ornt
Itauiotly und erto
TIH1C lithe itfitL.
mat nnlt of over
twoaty year, of prae
tinil expeneari. and
CUBM WITH US-
TY Nrrvant and fhy-
aioal Uohtlity, Hemi-
nal tVaitnM. Km..
u maUirrhtra. 1'rotta-
ntTLfranrtaamwmmn torrbcaa. Kmiiwiatia.
Intfltoacy. Exhanved tltality. lremalnr D-
shatand tOSJt UK MANIKIOD, I. all Ita
.amplication!, and front wbattvrr nan
iro.arod. Itunchaafindarihas tbe blood;
QtM-ntlnecaUeXtrva. Uriin. Mn'clm. Dipw-
tion, Kturodnctir. Orxant, and Fhyncal and
llrntol rinlUH. It ewtw any nnnatnral iltblU
itatini- dram ntion tha lyttem, prettntinc inroU
nntary loam, debilitating- ureaaaa. aKsinal
loam with tb. nnne, etc. ao dmtrnctiro to
mind and boly. It it a ear. eiiminauir or all
K1D3EY AMI BLADDElt COSU'LAI.STK. It
contAiai a. tnlnnoai insToaienta. t. tnote
ancrlnx rrani ine evil eneeia.r yonlkfal
ailitrrellani or rxeetiet. a iptrdy, tbtr-
uxb an. errnuml CIEK IM tiU.tK.U-
TEKD. rnctit.SOperbottl.. or ve bottlta
in rae. with fal directioni and adrice,91o.
Sent it cure from obaervauun to any addreia n-
on receipt ot price. orCO.D To be had only
DR. C. D. SALFIELD,
tI6 Hear Dry Street, San Franclaco. CaL
I'trtnanlfauon ftnctlr eonEdmitiaJ. Uttr
eatoCSr KKKK. Far tha oonremenrfi of ia.
tionta. aad in order to iniar perfact Merwcy. I
tara ajopxvKi a pnTni kviami, naar whienaU
parkat?M are forwarded.
TRIAL BOTTLE FREE,
SoSeievt to ihow it merit, will b. tent tu any
oeo applying by lettea, itauai hit tymptoaii
and Me. CuramnaieaUem itnetly conndentiah.
DR. LIEBIG, laKS!?1,
COMTISTJK3 TO TKEAT ino-
antttully by Ziimeopatar cn.
ary form of Zpactal or Cbrcota
d Stiease wttbont rsaranry or
txi sinwrni dnwa. 1)11. IJBIG-S
rT INV1UOIIAIUU u a rottUra
. wtHrxoMilnn forBerttral
J ' Weaisen, Mer-rotu and rbyaJcal
DMiaiy.wnMaanjM, vital zz
CD bauitton. aad all the Umbl ra.
1 1 1 wit i oC abated nature, axotmn
aaa yoniarui inuai. luuue.
tur wtH aftree ia wntiac to ftir
fit 11 nil tor a etate to at l. en.
darUahiM and fjtUi to eure. Th.
roattic tboutanOH canmH p
oorud of aamrsal ft earn ess and
tiia above Alio ia mml tu .
oorcpitetUzoa aallad Froetatori
neo, .. luan re.iotpet a tpeotai
nil. u.lr. DO. LIBBIG'li IN.
VIGilUTUlLN'u. tin Snecieo
a oar. lor rn)im....n.i. met ot
eutharlnTKoralor. $3 par bottle.
O or A bcttlaa llfl. 8ttitt.anTad.
T drea. eenrary efrtered frum ob.
eorration. setnirai neaxaass
Z aad rrsttatcrUiea drain n tally
J from tbe body aad eanaa anmor-
2 una diaaamsa tbat ba. ordinary
medioaj treatmect. If allowed
tu continne. tb. nanatural low
atfnets tbe vital onaaa. wKich
MUMt drntroyine dia.wtetu Ce&.
ssxaptloa. Dtabsles, Brtcnl l sueaee. Janadloe
Iaaultr. etc Zaeauei. Bca-nae, Abiae, laiartt-
1 Veataau, SLatantntlcn, Spinal asdetrabral
eomclainta bnnc on tbe abura fatal cUasaaei.
I)lTltr and Mninnl waalcnoai obatract th. im¬
portant and nocttMarr aoc of Lift and their ecw
ioyraeata. Csrsi Onarute!. IKiiatue ot th.
genito urinary orraca, kiilcoya, liter and blad¬
der a ateialtyn Tb. many cumpiaiBta ana aia
ease, or ventea atewiily enrod. conaoltation at
oan or br letur lie. aaa evocaeriuai.
O.l B BOTTU: I'EIX.
Kreoltr XIip Kolllr nf Elher Inruorntar
aent tree to ahow the waaderful propertiea or
tbe treateat Invlserat.r knew, to modern
Bcientuta. HUtt ijrror.toreii, act. ir xaainm. a
KV.MWlNSnil.v 1KILS1NH ran inuui Day.
menu in the tame manner aa they wonld em.
STHICTHBT aUCItKCT MA1.NTAJMKD
Cell or addreaa. IJK. HKlllli A CO- 'e. KO
fleary errwlt. eoixor Maaim. ben r r aneieoo, Ctu,
in rale anrrance. aiaaos itreec
XtJK WILL PAT THE ADOVE REWAU1)
1 T for any eaie ot I Ant Complaint. Dyipepaia.
Sick Hewlacbe. IndizMtion. Conmipation or
QtUMttt w eacmot c-ira with WtM't Tt-
UtU Liver Pills -when the directions ate ttnc-J)
eocspbed with. They ar. purely TnrHable. and
itw tail to tire aanttaction. Smrar Coaml,
Larte boxaa. eoatainc D Pilla. S eanta. lot
aala by all dregruta. Btmare of cocnUrfaita
and itaitnoooa. rbe rnmae nanafactaml only
by JOHN C. WKST 4 CO.. -Tbe Pill Uaiera.'1
lil aad 1M w. Itadtaon atratc. irhicao. Free
trial pachafte awt by mail prepaid un reoeipt of
s three hoi ttanp.
J.r.IOHUA.Soeeeaaor to C. H.Meyer.
Nu. St CoBrma Kt. Tsmm.
nbolaaale ana retail Urns
mail at iwnlar prioaa.
ruczitt. Ordara by
A CURE GCAKANTKHD.
Dr. K. C. Woest'a Narra and Hrain TroaUneat. a
f(ecihc for Hyateria. Dixucmm, Coaralsuona,
NcTTotis HmiUche, Mental Dtprwiion. L of
Mwnjory. Hpursiatorrhoen. Jnpoteuey. In to! no¬
tary KmuMiotu, premature old ajce, eanawd by
oeer-exertioc. avf-bU5 or orer uioaJenc.
whioh laada Um miaeey. decay and death. Ona
t"r wul cur recf3Ct cum, uch box oontain
one month tntn.i.t; f 1 a box. or aix bosw fuc
5, United StHtte cia; fft br xnaul prepaid oa
rectiipt of pnre. W warantee aix boxea will
oar anf eae. With each asrdnr receive! bj na
for aix btixea. accomDaaied with five dullari. wa
wiL aond the parchaaer oar written ruaxttQt tu
return tb mtney 11 tna treutmectuueanot aaect
a cure. (Icarante. latiaad oolj by
J. P. YOKBA. uccwor to 4. H. Meyer. .Vo.
i-outfit aireet, l'noaon.
Wholesale and Itetaul DnexitU Order l
mail at reouiftr anoea. unia-ijtuw
ruca and all the terri.
U elfrcta of .-4.lt.
Abnie. yuuUitcJ folliel.
and exctmea in raatnrtv
iwn tu ta ae lot. of
tarsal ltnitiioa. Averuun to xirtj, utmnraa
f Vuuun. oiaea in the neadr tlx nt&i cud
mmiu nntii3tM-t)i in trie nnne. aaa mcr
otlktr diMiw that lead to insanity and death.
UK. 2IINTIK will acre to fMfttt 1ve Hon-
dntl Italian for a Oh ut tiil kind the Vital
ItMtoratlt. .ondrtr hit necial auvice and
treatment) wilt not curt, or for anythirur itnpnre
or inlnnout found in it. I)lt- MlXrir: trtwv
all iTitat. Univuee motMimiy wtiaoet mar.
curt. Ivomnltiitioci Im. TLarcHA exaailna.
ticn and adtic. iaclndinc aaalyiu ot srinc.
tutu Pnreol the ital lUatoraan. JI JW a bot
any addreaa npon roctipt of price if C.O.D,
ttctira ttvita ohttmtirM, and m prttato name if
dnurtd. by A. K. JU.Vi ijl. m. v.
11 KNtray tttrmt. nan smxeiaeo. vai.
HAltl'LR lHrflXt IT. SI. .m atiblioatiau by
letter atatirue ercaptomi. atx aad txia. Cocamu.
Ult, ltI'TIK'S Klilntr Ittmixly Xeuli
rntleuin. rnrtw all kind, ot Kiintr and Blaildei
Ooicplainta. Goaorrboia. Glt, Letscurrbcea.
Yer lala by all drnKiiiiti; (1 a butue. aix tx.tlltt
UR.MITIK'S Il.adallan rlllt are tbe
Wnat nnd ohtal-est Dyapepli. acl ttllllalil enra
la tbe market. For tali bir all druuitta, lelXAw
Palace H otel,
FIBSTXIJL&i PLACK 1
Board with, or without Rooms
at Reasonable Rates.
A itable and corral for the aeeoinmodalioa -d
tin Kit. (apt) ETK A CHAKLCI.
MAEICOPA. STATION, A. T
Engine nnd Boiler, Com¬
bination Pan, etc.
A COMPLTTE OUTfTT. SEVEI! UHrj.
2 Ab., a Intof BLVCli and GALVAX1231
IRirX PIPK. Oanr-d ttry low. to rn.it-an r j
mitliat. wait. Apply to
LIXrOKTH. 1IICU A CO 1 Market etreet.
OrCASTLK IIROS.. IXI0PE.J1S Kr.t ttrvi.
Or to TWEKU A HA.NCOCK. Attorseya-et.
I. I'aaxix 4 T. .ilkitAw
CANNED GOODS AND
Ot all kinds.
UVSn FIHII received
G. A, KIRTLEY & CO,
U holaiale and Retail Dealer in
MKAT 3f AHKKT
(snawtNl with tha Mtnbtiehtanat.
A U KtfDd OF FIRHT-C'IAM LIVBXUKfi
a a. Lota ai&sjle and doubJ. always on hand.
rUttUa heraae a&l eTuryttuctf acpertaisina; to
a tUitchua laTrry otahle aWaja to U9 had.
Htuch buanlel by the dar. week, or month.
JAMKM CAI.HOLU INpV.
GlifloE & Lorflslmri
Four-horse Concord Coathes
L.t Clifton and Lulibnrx daily 7 A. M.
Ihatanee. 90 tailea. Fare 112 ta
ii h. vr roMKBOT. rrv.
"THE ELITE SALOON,"
Cor. CGDErsss and Meyer Sts.
Kevins ereeted a email b!at snielterof a ea.
paettr of one ton or ore per any. x am mow pre-
parea to email ores ta qaaatitie from one
pound upward. Friree for anelune fnroihl
Assays ... SI per Metal
Gold. Oliver. Copper. I.ead. Antimony and
Iron. Contract, made witrt rrintne companiee
at redaced rate.
SAMPLES BY MAIL
In MnainaTaanpla by mail wrap them up in
paper boxes or aaeka awoareiy ana pnt no wntini
in id uf thf D-vciksro. Mark your .Name o;
laltiala on the Outalde. If a tackajz9 con
taica moro than one eatsple. number them with
cjruTA, and in a aeparate totter or poetal card
glim inatrnction aa to what mCale ;na wub eaeh
number aaeayed tor. Wnts name and add eta
plainly. eid money by Pwt Otice Order or rec
tatttrea iKtHf. or otiin may beeent mcloed with
the sample ot vrt at anuer a naa.
Pmrf im wiihinv toebr4rh inr wurk can mtt
Mttion of tne imlTeriieU sample for two month)
lifter the aay 1 matte. When aubmitted to any
rtliabe aarr. if hi wurk doxanot conform
with mine I will pay all char of barinc check
aaaay mad and chanc- nathmtr fr my work.
Ia other wonla, i frrtirbnie my rraite corrtKi m
all c&tea. and ue tbo Mint can on each a4Aj ks
I wald if I waa ttnyin; or aeiiicr ilo ore,
Dufhrte certihcat furniabed frommrrve-
orde frrx of chaxn. I cannot gxi one party the
rwultof asothr a asay. except when the party
laaTiC) tnt ore eead ft w nttea order.
Aaaarer and MftnUnrpit. Aiay Olfce and
No. 106 Camp Street,
Oh. cure. Street. Tatm, A. T.
TnMnit. lfmljuiB .t (' L. Zeczendorf A- Co .
TV. C Davli, Jasiee Ilnell. Han Francltc: J. M.
Hulnnrton. secretary ox union t,n. a. ji- ti
1. W. Walker, tiuldea State. Laboratory jaiu
j. s. aoaui sort. Q. a. wnxians.
CAMPBELL, WTLLlAilS & ROB¬
0FFICE3-O1BD BUILDING. TOMB3TONS.
and earner of Camp and Convent etreeta.
The Only Strictly First-
class Saloon in Tucson
None but tit bmt brand of Vflnt.. Ltiuu,
and Cuara aild ovtr Ute bar.
A.1 R O. USrlltlC. VntpTUt.r
TobaaleordwoodatBatte. tfteeo ml!,
ot Florence. Apply to
SMITH A JtDBSAr,
AMUR I BREWER
ASSAYS AND ANALYSES OF ORES
Gold and Silver Assay, S2.
Office and Labratorj on Confess Street.
opp, Saffard. Hudson L Co.'s Bank.
n EPKIW TO KALKESAU A BEKaK. HTATE
At Aaaar uuce. Dan rrancitco.
E. L. Wet more,
BOLD and SILVER ASSAY, $1.50.
0BK8 SAMPLED AND ACTUAL WOHKINU
tattmadabr ant nracnM.
Aaaannc d jne in all lta brancbea. Aiuklraea of
orM, minerala. ate. ExanunaUon of Minine
Propttleandof Milla a epenalty. Onlrratroar
the interior promptly attnd.Hl to. Aaeayini;
Uasht practically and theoretically. asl
A LLIN K.MC1BT.
Sykes & Knight.
CALAB AS AS, A. T.
Gold and Silver Assays, $2.
Prompt attention ariren to wmjJtvi ty mail.
Ilerr to Kalkocaa Keet, btAte A"7 t)Eice.
Fan ynmciaco. tvli
LIVE AND LET LIVE!
Great Redaction is Assayii
WASHINGTON M. JACOBS.
N3. 204 ?ei;iuI03 Street, Tucsai.
Ii14 anal SIlTcr Aiinr, $1 ench; Copper
ALL KAVOIWTUKOCOH THE Pl-TOK.
a.a.licA or aCxt-rwj orumptlr attnded to; toor
mm and protrtr f rw o( chartr; aMaja ruar-
antJ;puIp aaved tut biz month for teatintr:
forfait. SlOt S3 raara nrinC0 in ameltinff aad
aaaannc; all conmltaUona fre.
C. E. DkFOKEST,
ASSAY E R
d'encral Jlininc Agtucj.
I loon l.eor.Firat and Spring itreoa.
P.O. Box W3. JiM LOS ANGELES. CAL.
JlHU II. TOOLX.
Safford, Hudson & Co,,
fucson and Tombstone
DRAW BILLS OF EXCHANGE
Telegraphic Transfers cf Honey
On all tte crinettI pointa in
Europe nnd tne United States
ECEI VE DErOHITB. F CHCHAHE OK MAKE
V atlraneea i Temtonal and loantr ilunde
and Warrmnta. cruTil Commercial Paper, etc.
Transact a General MM Bnsmess.
Deooatu of Bullion mailt with tu or thiDt.M to
anaicMaiirornia lianic. stun r rancimro. lur oar
eocant, can be oneckwl atfaintt imntptliatelr.
NinV TOKK J. A W. Hmjo ix A t o
SAN yKANCIUCO.. ..A.vix;AUroaiA 11a.ni
LOS ANIJELErJ EttiiT Nattomal. Baji
BT. LOUIS Bun or Coxxxacz
CIIIITA()0.xlaacB.mi' tLtviKON, L. A TaueTCo.
IKisiun MAa&Acnniri-is Xatioxax. IUni
FHILADELI'IIIA ....Cexteai. Natio.iai Hajci
H. B. LIQHTHIZEK,
Axioasrv asd CocsiUxos-at-Law.
XOTAUY PCBLIC. MINING AND LAND
1' La a tpecialty. trace. 413 Fenninnrton
trxeet, opposite Coart Honee. Tucson. Aniona.
THOXAe rtTCU. J. A. AXDZSSOM.
FITCH & ANDERSON,
0 1 ( FENNlNnTON STItEJXTUCSON. A1U-
IU rona. A. T.
R. D. FEUODSON,
TN ALL CnUlSTU OP TUB TKKRITOUY
X and the Umta.1 ijtatee Court thereint aUo
t4nnillor and Notary Fnblie. Otfc. over
American Oothintr Uonw. SlJCooKrwt ttnwt.
M. J. WALSH,
A.TTOBXIV A-XD COCXaXLlAla-tl-LW,
CAMr Stuxxt. Ttosox. A.T.
ATTENTION tilVKN TO
rftat im to Minittif. lnb.ic and ln
rat Land Claima. and Mexican Land aud Min-
ina: Titit, and all kinds of Kn(tBh and ijaaaiah
rranalationa pnrnpCy funii.bxl.
HUGH F. FARLEY,
ATTOBxrr a.id Cocssuxobat-Law.
OFFICE CORNEU MEYER AND FENN1.NS-
ton etreeta. Tncaon. Anxuna.
Laxd asd Mixin Attobxxt.
rpOCSON. AKIZONA. SPECLVL CAKE AND
I attention riTtjn to nroctlruiir patenta tu Uwta
and Mining Claima, ahna- anl prumcnilnx ad-
tert. claima and contetta. anu to an x.anu anu
Mining bnaineaa tn th. local and General Lad
brxiCH., Department ot the Interior and in the
T. l. htit n. Lcacs r. bCABsa. ions n-tTti.
HATNES, MARSH & STILES,
OFFICEb-COKNEK OF ME Y Eli AND PEN-
ninrton itreete. Tuceon, A. T.
WILLIAM J. OSBORX,
ATTOaSXTiT.LAW. N'OTABV PCEUO AUD Oe.i-
C FECIAL ASSISTANCE GIVEN IN OBTAIN
O in Patanta for mininir and Dnvvmrticm
claima, and aleo title to land nndtr the dert
and umber-culture la.a. OtEce on rnaineti.a
atreet. opposite Cosmopolitan Hotel. Tncson.
EARLL. SMITH STEI'HEXS.
OFF CE SOUTHWEST COKNElt CUUUUH
Faza, Tncaon. .T.
AVICKS, WOODSIDE i GREGG.
Attoemis axd CotjxsrtxoK..AT Law axd No.
OFFICE Hi and 113 PKNN INKTON STUEiTT.
JAMES M. GLASS, B. G. It.
Attobxit AXD CoBS8riOB-AT-LW.
O bntineaa in French. Office No. U Cams
tivet, Tueion. A. T.
WM. A. SCOTT. JR,
Stccx axd CoaxxBctAt. Bboekk. axdGexib.ii.
TEMT COMPANIES AND LOWEST H.VTHH.
1 1 IflnftMr fj.lndf.ni Htr. fnjmiahd imtij.
T.in. RtAitiAtMl and minine bnertit handled.
O-Jiro. Cor. Meyer bt. and Maiden Laae. Tueton
A. T. .
GEORGE J. ROSKItUGE,
Cocxtt SravrioB or Cooxxr, U. B. lxr-
trtv Mixxbal sttBvxiot. jm uxd wk-
VXYOB VOB ABIXOX. .NOTAHI ItTBUa BlC
Office, couirr UOUSe.. TUCSO.N. AK-
L. D. CHILLSOX,
Oxitxd SiATm Drrtrrv Mimical Soktitsb.
N OTA BY 1'CBUC, JllMSd AXD Ultll. JU.
Tncton. An lona.
SOLON M. ALLIS,
Civil. Exotxtxa axd 0. 8. Dxrtm Mixkkai.
SUBVEIOB AXD NOTAKT FuBlJa.
HAS REMOVED UI3 OFFICE TO COKNHU
ot Pennington and Meyer ttrveta. Tupo-
rranhieut Mint a sDociMltr. All butmeta en-
truatl to him till! be attended to with pronipt-
nete and die paten.
Civil. ExoixxxB. U. S. Deputy Mixibai. Btra.
VXTOB AXD AOTABY ITIUO.
O. BOX as. TU"bON. ARIZONA. OF.
bee with George J. Kotkrnge.
r WABXEa. B. 8.
Real EtUte Agent. lteconla and Notary.
WARNER i CO.,
Real Estate axd Abstbact Onrica.
OFFICF 304 PENNINUTON STKEKr. TUC
ton. A.T. General Axesta for the traniao-
tton of any butineea relattni; to real eetnte in
Pima county. Abstract of titles a ipeeutiy
Call and too ns. I barces reaeonaeie.
JOSEPH C. PERRT,
OFFICE NO. M CONGRESS STREET
Tncaon. A. T. Notary Public
WM. F. SCOTT,
Justice or the Pe ice.
.TO. 5 MEYER STREET. BETWEEN
V ItriMa and Pennington
treete. Tueton. jaa
OSAS. E. BOlJiaOOK. Jt. D. 1. a B.IHII, M. V.
DRS. HANDY & HOLBRQOK.
1KT8ICXISS AXD BtTtKiDOSrt.
OFFICE REMOVED CI' CONGRESS STRHET
a few doors west of tbe rostetSesx Tucson.
B. M. JACOBS.
DBsiirnated Depository of the D. S.
Capita .'.. ii tllM.one o
C. )i. Bandi on deposit with Treat.
orerot tb. u. b..
Recti v. Depsite.iaaae Certinutt., mak. Col
taotioRa. draw Exchange on ail the principal
titles ot the World and trasaact a general Bank,
xorOte Iliy. etc
Platform and Coaster Scales, Grccer:
Tin and Brass Scoops f all Sizes,,
Alao A,T3e7 of
SANDERSON DRILL STEEL,
Oetag-n. Square and Road.
AT EASTERN PRIGES.
Fairbanks & Hutchinson,
101 Market street. Ban Franoiaeo. mas la
ALL FEIt80X3 ARC HEREBY NOTIFIED
taat a portion ot the raise known ae the
Homthero FanSe. la Tyadal Miami Dutriet.
Pitta conn A. Tenpeoaed to be owned by
ktsstra. AlUeknL Lolly. Ktskisls st aX. u ille¬
gally located on groaad owned by tbe nnder-
ied. JOH.H MANSFIELD,
Mlt FRANK F.CRANZ.
J. M. TURNER, M. 1)..
-VTO. 2 MEYER STREET. CORNER
1 ' nington. Tnenon.
DR. N. H. MAT.VS,
From Parte and New Orlenat.
SPECIALIST ON FEMALE DISEASES AND
Obatetrice. Disease of the Eye and Geatto-
Onnary Organs ot both texre, OaeratHma deily
perfurmed in hia Cabinet Room. OtBe at Mr.
(hiry'a residence. Main street, opposite W'teti ell's
Illock. Consultation hours frumaltt a. in. t 14
m.. and from i to 1 p. tn. Fresh Vaeetae alwaya
IiioTCOKrnis. PoaYUtTx axd Views.
MIMNfJ MACHINERY AND PROPERTY A
specialty 11& Penmngtos street.
PROF. W. F. TUTHILL.
PsorEssioxAt. Piano Text a axd Ret.uux.
ORDERS MAY BE LEFT AT (i . WITFELDS
arm; store, opposite the Conrpnt. and at
MantfeJd's bookstore. Satisfaction enar&nteed.
A. W. FATTt AXI. JOBX WAeMUf
WASSON & l'ATPLVNI,
Ittii Estate Bcoeehs axd Acotioxeemi,
I TENTH STREET. NEAR BROADWAY.
-UU Oakland. Califorai.u Red relate is aH
parts of the city: Vineyard. Fruit and Fainting
Lands anrsiiTuled and sold nt aactton or prttat.
A. r. PETIT,
AKCHITOT AND PraCTICALllUILUHB-
Olfiot No. 212 Taaip trwt, Tcctoq. vtlrrs
hit ftervim fur tbf ttrvparaUus t plaaa, details
ax! neibeaUon for baikhiMC" of efprj d-
cnpUim aol to parrintralth9ireotMti thrt?f
at m.Hiantte rat, with Batiafaetion. Kfn t
1 (lotaKkmitit, J. S. anafU. Caor! U.
Irak. Jthn ti. Carr. lleary Hnihman. Col. A. A.
nejrr Mrrrl .aMi,
Saddles and Harness,
Leather & Trimmings.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
The Cheapest Store in the City
A, M, BRAGG
17 Meyer St. bet. Congress & Peanlagfaa
PIMA LODGE No.J. LO.O. F, M KETIN THE
HaU oer the Occidental Hotel on every
Thursday of each wek at 7 Jip- m.
M. J. scixttAX. N. G.
W. Sa ILUAM. Secretary.
ARIZONA LODGE. NO. X A. O. 0 W MEKr
erery Weilnesday mihl at 74 o'clock in Odd
Fellows HalL Wat. J. Osaonx.M. W.
Fzatx Cobuk. Recorder.
TCCSON LODGE NO.J.K.orPMEET IN
their UaU orer the Occidental Hotel, on
Tuesday erenisg ot each week, at JO p. m.
C. E. HOLBUOok, C C
Pan. MtQEi- K. of R. A w.
TUCSON LODGE NO. . I. O. G.T ME1--
srary Monday STeninir at their halLNK. .
nerPenniBctoa street and Htoce arena..
H. B. LIO 11 rUIZER W...'
FXAZC M. GlIXXTT. W. a.
TUCSON LODOE.No.1. F
eommanicationa last V
special xneettHft each ,r
Hall orer the Coere- -
..o i. '
. ... JU--
.,cr. i. v.. y
ITS. '1.. HaK. AA W-
.- i i ui UM eiowe apaae
m the Nua v tt ur rrvias sjf aes unata i
7 n n. m. K II. HEatSFOfttV CaeaeMsder.
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