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M I SCE LL A NEOUS.
Saturday, June 15, 1872.
To Make Mischief.
Keep your eye on your neigh
bors. Take care of them. Do not
let them'slir without watching.
They may do something wrong,
if you do. To be sure, you never
knew them to do anything very
bad ; but it may be on your account
they have not. Perhaps, if it had
not been for your kind care, they
might have disgraced themselves
a long time ago. Therefore, do
not relax any effort to keep them
where they ought to be. Never
mind your own business that
will take care of itself. There ts
a man passing along he is look
ing over the fence be suspicious
of him; perhaps he contemplates
stealing.some of these dark nights;
there is no knowing what queer
fancies he may have got in his
head. If you find any symptoms
of any one passing out of thejpath
of dutv. tell every one else what
you see, and be particular to see a
great many. It is good way to cir
culate such things, though it may
not benefit yourself or any one
eles particularly. Do keep some
thing going. Silence is a dread
ful thing. Though it is said there
vas silence in Heaven for the
space of half an hour, do not let
nny such thing occur on earth it
would be too much for this mun
If, after all your watchful care,
you cannot see anything outof the
way in any one, you may be sure
it is not because they have not
done anything bad; perhaps, in an
unguarded moment, you lost sight
of them. Throw out hints that
they are no better than they
should be; that you shnuld not
wonder if the people found out
what they were, afthr awhile
then they may not carry their
heads so high. Keep it going,
und some one may take the hint
and begin to help you along, afer
nwhile; then there will be music,
and everything will work to a'
a m x i: :-it s
(Formerly Cheap John Store,)
Main street, At jzomi City.
Has on hand and is constantly re
Then and Now. An old-fashioned
woman remarks with pa
thetic retrospectiveness: "lean re
member when eightyards of print,
and ten and twelve hours' work,
without a sewing machine, would
make a dress, which required only
a pretty collar and a black silk
apron and a brooch of arrange it
into a very neat toilet. But that
wus when ladies did housework in
the forenoon, dinpd in the middle
of the day, occupied themseves in
sewing in the afternoon, and had
toa at sixo'clo.'k."
Foreign and Domestic
Silks, Satixs and Laces
and a fine assortment of
Brown and Bleached
Shee'h) and Shiitiog.
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Shoes, Tics and Boots!
Men's Boys' and Youths'
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
and every th ing in general demand
in Arizona. my25
N 0 T-J
TL S. Internal Revenue,
District of Arizona.
Prescbit, May loth, 1872.
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 will be
in attendance to receive the same,
at their respeciive 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, 1372;
the Collector at Mineral Park, for
County of Mojave, June 20, 1872.
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. HylorOtt, Deputy
Collector, at Tucson, June 10, 1S72.
Division No. 4,'consistinir of the
County of Maricopa. P. A. Sb-aw,
Deputy Collector, a.t Phcenix, June
If any person shall neglect to
pay, for more than' ten days frdm
said dates, a penalty of five per
cent., and interest at one percent,
par month, together with the fees
prescribed by law, will be added.
Collector, DIst, of Arizona.
"We have this day sold our eng
tire retail stock to HEMiY S.
FITZGERALD and CHARLES
EL. KENYON, who have opened
ne door above; our old stand 'on
the corner." We bespeak for them
our successors the patronage
so liberally bestowed upon us for
the past twenty years, ana also
trust that they may continue to
supply the public for the next
twenty, for the benefit of all con
cerned. WM. B. HOOPER fe Co.
Arizona City, May 13, 1872. 3m
OF THE OLD
BBOOXLYN LIFE INSTJ2AXCE
COMPANY OP NEW YORK.
COMPANY'S S. 8.
"Newbern" leaves San Francisco
for the Month of the Colorado
River about the loth of each
month, connecting with I'iver
steamers for points along the river
Freight delivered at Yuma in 12
days from San Francisco. Supe
rior passenger accommodations.
Agencies of the company at 010
Frontst., San Francisco, Gal., Yu
ma and Ehrenberg, A. T.
I. Polhamus, rJ.,
oyl Genl Sup't.
$45,000,000 00 in Gold Invested
. for the Benefit of its
Policies No n -Forfeit a
DIVIDENDS DECLARED ANNUALLY
San Diego, Arizona City and Tucson
U. S. MAIL WW MXE.
Tri-Weekly Fine of four-horse
coaches running between Sau Di
ego and Tuscon.
BSTtime five DAYS.'lBa
Leaves San Diego every Sun
day, Tuesday and Thursday eve-
ning3, connecting with the Me-
silla stage for Ralston.
Fare to Arizona City, $10: to
Tuscon, $90; to Ralston, $125, gold
Office, corner Fourth and D sts. ,
JOHN CAPRON, Prop'r.
E O R G E MARTIN,
Wholesale and retail
R U G G I S ;
Main street, Arizona City.
Eg$u Physicians' prescriptions
carefully compounded. mchlG
MEAT M 4RKJBX
J. M. REDONDO & BRO.,
Keep a fresh supply of Reef, Veal,
Mutton, Pork, etc., and GAME in
ts season. Also,
Hay and Grain,
at reasonable prices. mchlG
AMERICAN 13 A K FRY.
Main St., Arizona Cityi
G, M. EjnIGHT, Proprietor.
Fresh Bread, Pies, Cakes,. Can
dies! etc., constantly on hand.
BSTPartiesand families supplied
on short notice and most ieason-
able terms. m'ehl'J
AMES S. SPANN
Countv Recorder, Yuma Co.
BgyDoeuments mu3t be properly
stamped, and accompanied by the
wcaConveyancinff of every
description, neatly and correct lj'
Shall I lose my money if I fail
to pay up? No.
Can I travel or reside when and
where I choose? Yes; anywhere
upon the globe, without written
permit or the payment of extra
The Brooklyn Life, and all other
banking institutions in the world,
will loan money on its Policies.
Cash will be paid for all policies
after the policy-holder makes two
This is the only Company in the
United States which gives a cash
surrender; value endorsed and
written upon each policy, in dol
lars and cents; setting forth the
amount in gold coin, which will
be paid for the policy upon each "
payment after the second.
What is said of the Brooklyn
Life cash surrender value and
non fori'eitinCt feature:
The Brooklyn Life is the first
and only Company that has done
full and complete justice to the
insured. It has given to a life in
surance policy a certain adequate
"bank note" value. Such as the
fruit of thesa vines of industrv for
a hallowed purpose ought to pos
sess. Insurance Times, N. Y
The Brooklyn Life Insurance
Company is unhesitatingly the
best life company in the land.
The Pioneer, Brighton, Iowa,
February 12th. Ifififl.
This plan (guaranteed surrender
value) removes the sole objection
existing to making an application
forinsurance. Each policv becomes
a piece of negotiable paper, as ea
sily transferable as a registered
Government bond. Boston Post,
Boston, Mass., January, .-809.
A policy in the Brooklyn Life
is worth so much in ready money,
and can be used as collators! se
curity in carrying on business
transactions. A young man mav
raise money to complete his edu
cation, or to buy a stock of goods,
or tools, or a farm by insuring
his l'.fe in the Brooklyn Life, ant
assigning his policy as contingent
security. Dispatch, St. Louis
Missouri, January, 18G9.
liST All medical examinations
Applications will be received
and medical examinations made
at the Drug Store of fieorge
Martin, on Main street, Arizona
CHAS. G. J0HNS0JT,
Special Managing Agent,
Arizona City, A. T.
A. J. Bryant & Co., Gen. Ag'ls.,
No. 240 Montgomery street,
apl3 tiui. rr.iK.isco, (.al.