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title: 'The Arizona sentinel. (Yuma, Ariz.) 1872-1911, August 17, 1872, Image 4',
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HI, B. HOOFER Si CO.,
;3taporters and 'dealers in"
t&ISCtJ Oil 1) f
JJNITED STATES MAIL.
ABIZONA; CTTY, A.T
Haying closed our retail depart
ment, ve shall, :from'-Tand? after
this date, attend, exclusively to
the wants of our jobbing custom
er throughout Arizona Territory
and Sonora, Mexico. '
To 'Interior merchants," small
dealers; station keepers, f saloon
keepers, ranchmen, freighters,
etc., who buycin quantities, we
'-nowjoffer ou?entiretock of goods
ToaVercKrai1 for large invoices
soon to arrive.
We "guarantee" satisfaction in
quality and TRICE, and those
desiring anything in stock, will
not regret examining same before
doing so in any other market.
Orders from parties at a distance
will meet with, the same care and
attention as though themselves
Highest price paid for BUL
LION, HIDES, or anyother mar
ketable artiele produced in the
Consigned merchandise, ma
chinery, etc., will be promptly
forwarded to destination, as usual
by careful and .competent freight
ers, at current rates.
WM. .B. HOOPER & CO.
Ariaona City, May 13, 1872.
Post Office Department, f l
Washington, June 22, ,1872, J
Proposals will be received at the
Contract Office of this Department
until 3 o'clock p. m. ot October .1.
1872 (to be" decided by-the 3d), for
carrying the mails of the United
States from -November 15, 1872. to
June 30, 1874, on the following
route' in the Territory of Arizona:
. No. 1,7,218 From Hardyyille, by
Mineral iraric, to Jfrescott, 200
miles and back, once a week.
. Bidders willpropose a schedule
of departures and arrivals.
By-air act of Congress approved
nlT il - - Z-9
june am, imz, if is maue a penal
offense for a person whose bid has
oeen acceprea to wrongmuy re
fuse to 'enter into contract and
perform service, subjecting ,the
onenaer, on conviction, co a nne
f iMTiAnn 11 :'. : ; i. -r
It also requires that each bid
shall have affixed' to it the oath of
the bidder that he has pecuniary
umuiyj ui iuxuu ius uuuguuons:
that he bids in good faith,' ana
with intention to enter into con
tract and. perform service; that
the signature ;of his guarantors
are! genuine, and that he believes
them pecuniarily responsible and
able' to make good all damages in
case of failure of the bidder.
By the same law, postmasters
who shall affix their signature to
the sufficiency of guarantors (on
bids) or sureties (on contracts) be
fore the guaranty or contract is
signed by the. guarantors or sure
ties, shall be dismissed from office,
and shall bedeemed guilty of
misaemeanur, aim on conviction
be fined one thousand dollars,, or
be imprisoned twelve months, or
be Punished by both,
The law also requires that bids
of $5,000, and upwards, shalUbe
accompanied by a certified check
or draft on some solvent National
Banki equal to five 'per cent, of
amount of the bid
For forms of proposal, guarantee.
and certificate,andalso for instruc
tions as to the conditions to be em
braced in the contract, etc., see ad
vertisement ef September 30,1861,,
and January 2, 1872, inviting pro
posals foi mail service in Arizona
etc., to be found at the principal
Bids should be sent in sealed
envelopes, superscribed "Mail
proposals, Territory of Arizona,"
and addressed to the Second As
sistant Postmaster General.
JNO. A. J. CRESWELL,
jlyl3 Postmaster General, j
; ;0 v-2 :i.
RDER OF THE BOARD OF
Ordered, That in future no bills
or claims for stationery, or any
other articles,purchased by county
officers will be recognized or au
dited as county indebtedness, un
less such nurchase or purchases
are made by written order of the
Chairman of the Hoard ot super
visors, or .by order of the Board
when in session.
Arizona City, County of Yuma,
A. T., July 9th, 1872.
J AH. H. blr AjNJN,
jlyl3 lm Clerk of Board.
WEWA II n ,
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Main street Arizona City; A. T,
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On hand and cpnttntly receiving,
. . .." -t- vo t
Grooeriof 1 "
Provuumf , J5-
r, fi -Tinware
l.t, - vh -Steel
?; ' -x-3 ;-'- . '
a ,ff -
Boots and Shoes - '
mchl6 Etc., Ete.
J S A M T E B ' S
CHEAP CASH STORE, x
(Formerly. Cheap Jolin Store5)
r Main street, Arizona" (Ditv.
Has on hand and is constantly re-
' v ceivihg,
of t ' .
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Foreign and Domestic
Silks, Satins and Laces,
Dress Goods ';"
" and a fine assortment of
) . . Brown and Bleached
r Sheeting .and Shirting,
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Shoes, Tiies and Boots!
. Men's Boys and Youths
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps,
and everything m general demand
in Arizona. . my25
QHOICE OED WHISKEYS,
Now arriving and for sale
AT AGENTS1 RATE
H. WEBSTER & CO.'S
WILMERDING & KEL-LOGG'S
DeWITT, KETTLE & CO.'S
- Tea Kettle
" - , Miller.
'And a large variety of every
'thing in that Hue of
G- O O I S .
Witt. B. HOOPER & C O.
May 18th, 1872. 3na