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Ins por fors and dealers in
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ARIZONA OITY. A.T.
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Consigned merchandise, ma-
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wm. b. hooper & CO.
Arizona City, May 13, 1S72. :
j AKIZOXA XEWS DEPOT.
sciineider. grierson & Co.
Arizona city and san diego.
are constantly in receipt of
New BOOKS and STATIONERY
to tho quality and price of which
tliey cordially invite publie in-
sneetiou. Also, dealers in lull
School Books, Shet Music,
Pictures and Picture Frames,
Drawing Paper. Candies,
Cutlery, Fancy Articles, and an
extensive stock of
V A It I E T I E S.
Agents for the
San Diego Union, San Francisco
Chronicle, Call, Bulletin, and the
leading Eastern andCalifornia pa
8 A M T E R S
CL. JONES beg leave to an-
uounce to his friends and
former patrons that he has again
resumed business. The Saloon
heretofore occupied by J. O'Hara
is now kept by the undersigned,
where the best of wines and li
quors and cigars are always kept.
Mr, Jones also wishes to inform
the public that he has still the
Corral, where hay and grain of
first quality is kept on hand for
the accommodation of teamsters
ap27 3m C. L. JONES.
Notice is hereby given that the
Assessor is now ready to furnish
blank property lists. Any person
who has not been furnished will
please call at the Sheriff's office.
Poll Tax for the year 1872 is now
due, and payable. After the 1st of
July, two dollars will be added.
Per H. N. ALEXANDER,
HONSORI AL SALOON.
Jaivtes Howard, th e barber.beg
leave to announce that he has just
opened a new Barber's Shop on
Gila street, above the Colorado
Hotel. A first-class Bath Room is
attached to this establishment,
where warm and cold . baths can
be had at all times. The following
rates have been adopted:
Bath $1 00
Hair Cutting 50
Boot Blacked 25
apG James Howard, prop'r.
Gila street, Arizona City.
J. T. PILGRIM Proprietor.
This is the only hotel in the city
and travelers and others can de
pend upon the best accommoda
O TO SCHNEIDER'S FOR
' CHEAP CASH STQRE.
(Formerly C-Iieap John Store.,)
. Main street, At izona City..
Has on hand and is constantly re
ceiving, Dry Goods, . Clothing.
Foreign and Domestic
Silks, Satins and Laces.
Dress Goods '
and a fine assortment of
Brown and Bleached
Shee'ing and Shirting,
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Shoes, Ties and Boots!
Men's Boys' and Youths'
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
and everything in general demand
in Arizona. ' my2o
C E .
U. S. Internal Revenue,
District of Arizona.
Prescoit, May 15th, 1S72.
Notice is hereby given, in ac
cordance with provisions of Excise
Law, that the Annual Internal
Revenue Taxes have become due
and payable, and that the Collec
tor and Deputy Collectors win be
in attendance to receive the same,
at their respective offices, and the
places, and on the days mentioned
-Division No. 1, consisting of the
Counties of Yavapai and Mojave.
The Collector at Prescott, for
County of Yavapai, June 10, 1872;
the Collector at Mineral Park, for
County of Mojave, June 20, 1S72.
Division No. 2, consisting of the
County of Yuma. Henry Frank,
Deputy Collector, at Ehrenberg,
June 10, 1872.
Division No. 3. .consisting of the
County of Pima. Hylor Ott,Deputy
Collector, at Tucson, ,iune lu, 1S72.
Division No. 4, consisting of the
County of Maricopa. F. A. Shaw,
Deputy Collector, at Phoenix, June
If anv person shall neglect to
pay, for more than ten days from
said dates, a penalty of five per
cent., and interest at one percent.
per month, together with the lees
prescribed by law, will be added.
Collector, Dist, of Arizona.
HENRY K. FITZGERAID.
" ' '"CHA'lES Hf'idENYOK.
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Having purchased the immense
and complete retail stock and busi
ness. oTWm. B. Hooper & Co., wo
respectfully solicit a share of the
public patronage which was so
lavishly bestowed upon the latter
well known house.
Our aim will be to please, and
we feel confident that our
and close 'itfention ' to . the wants
of the public, .will give
C? 11 & Examine,
Next door to W. B. Hooper & Co.,
FITZGERALD & KENYON.
May lGth, 1S72.