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AN yOtJNCEMEN TS .-
All announcements under this lit-ad n.us
be paid for lu advance, or they riH not be
FOR COTWTY ASSESSOR.
At tbc solicitation of many friends
UirouuVcUt Cochise County, I -hereby an
nounce myself as .1 candidate for tlic oflice
t( County Assessor, subject to tlie decision
Of t"ii2 Repubihan County Convention.
E. G. NORTON.
I hereby announce myself as a candldxte
for the office of County Rerordc-, subject to
the actleu tf tbo Re uublican County Con
,yent.'w. W. F. BRADLEY.
I hereby announce myself 113 a candidate
for reelection to tbc office or C.ironcr and
PuMic Administrator or Coelii-e Comity,
subject to the action or tbo Republican
1 hereby annouuee myself as a candidate
for the ofliqe of Siierifl of Coclii-e county
Subject to the action of the Republican
County Convention. U.S. HATCH.
1 hereby respectfully announce myself a
candidate for the oflii-e of Sheiitr of Cochise
County, subject to the will or the Repub'.icau
FOR CU-Vri ASS1WSOB.
I hereby ann mnce myself as a candidate
for the effleo of C.uny Aessur, subject to
tke action or the Republican County Con
mention. JOilN F. C. CO if LEY,
Willox. Ariron - T r.n..-v
I berc'jy announce myseir :.s a candidate
for the olll-'oof tfheiiff of C"-hise County,
sublet to the action of the Itepub.ic.io
County Convention, which meet, in Tomb-
stone, Monday, September 13. ISSG.
C. 3. ABBO IT.
i i acc-irJ.1328 with the action of the Cen
Iral Cm-mlte-, a rcrriiorU' Convention or
the K:paWiean party Of the Territory of
4rizoia, to c.iniat of scventy-seveu Vz'-Vzt.-s.i
hereby called, ts 3.'- hcli in the
Vity of Tucs.ni.
M.'nslay. SdUcinber 20tli, 1SSG,
firth' pu'!"'? "f nmnl'iating a candidate
Tn Dalairate to Congress, a caui'.d.ite for
SipiviiilendT.t oi Publie Inftriirtitiq. and
or the trj-isu-iion Of ai: Slher business
i, mi) uro.ierly 10 lit before it.
Toe wvoril comities of f.ic Territory will
bo entitled to the f jlloninp; representation,
baaed upo.i tnii ll:;pit'li'ca.i TJle of 1SSI,
vith 111! allowance of one extra Dole-ate
from etch county, as r-llows:
C .a ities
.. 3 i
it said lime and place the Delegate from
Ihe counties ot Yavapii, Yuma, Mohave,
Xo-vche and Maricopa will m;ct in sub Con
tention to nomiuitu a" Joint Councilman;
and likc'visc the counties of Ciehise, Gra
ham, Gils. Pin.il and I'ima, to nominate u
Chairman Central Comuii.lce.
C. 0. REPI'Y, Si-cretary.
Dated Vrmbstnne. Aui;iit 3, 1S56. td
A. L. Grow returned from San
Fi; iicisco last evening.
The swimming b.iths will only be
opened on Sundays hereafter.
Co'. Philip Cot roy is registered at
the Occidental hotel.
Job M. Scamans is expected home
this evtning. f
Judge. W. F, Nichols returned to
his home in Wilcox this morning,
C, S. Fly wont to Tucson on busi
ness this morning,
There are 15 patients in the county
it is learned upon good authority
that the Grand Central mill will re
sume work oti tho first of next month.
Job M, Seamaus is cxpeeted to ar
rive in this city the lattnr part of the
The regular monthly meeting cf ths
Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist
pliurph will be held at the residence
of Mrs. Richard Ham, tomorrow
(12,h iust.) at 2 p. m.
SilveiLjvas quoted to-day at 93 in
Londou, and 01 in New York. We
are pleased to learn this, as it makes
the outljok for Tombstone much
brighter. The Tombstone: will n.ak;
arrangements in a few days to pub
lish the regular London and Nw
York quotations of silver every even-
The following is it list of the losses
by Friday's fire in Phcuix, us estimat
ed ,by the Herald of that city:
Minor building, totally destroyed,
valued at.?8,003; insured for $3,0G0.
Asher Bros., warehouse, goods and
fixtures, totally destroyed, valued at
25,000 ; insured for $15,250.
Guss Ellis & Co., stock and build
ing damaged, loss estimated roughly
at $12,003; entire insurance held,
Goldman & Co., stock and building
damaged; estimated damage $15,000;
insurance held on stock aud building
Lemon & Goats, building totally de
stroyed, valued at 4,000; insured for
Geo. F. CoalSi stock and fixtures;
damage, etc., estimated at $'5,030; to
tal insurance $1,500.
R. C. Pearson, saloon stock and fix
tures destroyed, valued at $3,500; to
tal insurauce $2,003.
Kales & Lewis, Jacobs' building,
totally deployed, rallied at $J,0J3,
insured for $1,200.
11. McCrum and W. F. Smith,
saloon dock aud fixtures, totally de
stroyed, valued at $3,033, insured fur
II. Shumaker, fixtures of bather
shop totally destroyed, valued at$20!)3)
insured for $1,003.
M. Jacobs &. Co., s'tock of goods and
fixtures destroyed, valued ut $18,030,
insured for $11,570.
Kerne fc Baldwin, saloon fixture
and htock totalU destroyed, valued at
$3,S00, insured for $2,500.
J. S. Sncad, building totally de
stroyed, valued at $5,503, insured for
$4 030. '
T. II. Scelig, stock of cigars and
fixtures, valued at $2,203, insured for
St. Cloud restaurant, fixtures and
furniture totally destroyed, valued at
$1,200, 110 insurance.
D. II. Itecirtc. wearingapparel to
tally destroyed, valued at $-i03, in
tufed for $250.
L. II. Goodiich. building totally di
stroyed, valued ut $0,030, insured fot
J. Uciiifo:!, building totally destrby
ed, valued at $2,503, insurance not
Kales fc Lewie-, bank fixtures dam
aged, $203, 110 iiiiiiranee.
Valley ' Batik, fixtttiei damaged,
$203, no insurance.
Wiight & Co., fixtures of bakery,
etc., totally d'estioyed, valued at $00.
J. W. Grenshaw, wearing apparel
destroyed, $303, no insure no.
The. Republican County Central
Committee met last evening in par
lors of the. Occidental hotel. Present:
Knight, Jenkitu, Tribolet, Ayers,
Bcebe, Nichols and Dunbir. Willcox
and Dos Cabezas were represented by
W. F. Nichols, while J. B. Ayers rep
resented Fort Huachuca and Conten
tion. Considerable time was occupied in
forming a basis of apportionment
which was finally acted upon as will
be seen in another column
The polling places were t'-SOsi de
signated and Inspectors and Judges
On motion it was decided to hold
the primaries on the 30th day of Aug
ust, between the hours of iO a. m.
and 6 p. m.
On motion tho 13th day of Septem
ber, was set for the day of holding
On motion the committee adjourn
ed sine die.
Territorial ll'reasstrcr'.' Elejiort.
The following is tne report for the
quarter ending June 30lh 1S8G, of the
different county treasurers to the ter
ritorial taeasufer, of tho total moneys
in all the fuudj.
Maricopa L22S 67
Apache 1.023 71
Cochise 458 a0
Yavapai a ;. P,7S5 87
Pinal 360 70
Apache 523 14
Yuma .' 10J 0J
Gila county ye: to h-ar from.
T. F. Btnxnn,
And ComniAKu Disarmed
by Mexican Troo) in
Sonura and Taken
A Fresh Company Sent to his
Resclie From Fort Hua
chuca With Orders
jbo Fight their
way lo Him
The border States of Sonora arid
Chihuihua seem determined to btiilg
on a ra between the United States
and Mexico, as the following will
Geo. Baker, a gentleman well and
favorably knowu i:i tnis city, who.e
word can be relied Upon, came in this
.ific-ruoon from the Sulphur Fining
valleys wiill the .-tattling itilu'li,oiite
th.it tlits M.-xicans had disarmed dipt.
Lawton aud his command in Sonura,
and had 'taken them prisoners, and
tli.it when this fact bocame known at
headquartets, a company of ttoi.ps
were rent but fiom Ftrt. lliUchuc.t
Willi orders to push on with all peed
to Capt. Luwton'8 n-Hef, and to stop
tor nobody or no bing, and to fight
their way through if necessary. Mr.
Baker did not nee the troops himself,
bat received his information from
Messrs. Buckles, Sam Colem-'n and
That something was going on we
were well aware this morning as a
courier same through from Fort Ilua
ciiuea en route to 'WiHeux aiid stated
that there was great excttemer.t U
1 1 : post, and every mau ws ordered
ia eadiness for an immediatu march,
iv nat tho cittfc of all this meant he
did not know, as he was sent post
haste wi:h sealed orders lo ths oliiert
uAhe Dr-igoons and thence to V,".l!
eox. irtstiltco Wis.
Every one should remoniber that
the presence of Gens, Bc.iurogard an.l
E.irly at the Drawings of Tho Louit
j.ma State Lottery having cutire
charge is a guatentco of absolute fs.ir
nets and that the chances of all are
equal and that no human beiug can
know beforehand what number wi'.l
draw a prize; therefore any party ad
vertising to guareutee prizes in the
drawings of The Louisiana State Lot
tery or holding out other inducements
impossible to carry out is a swindler
and a cheat. Money sent in answer
to such advertisements is obtained
with a view to deceive and defraud the
unwary. To do the right thing ad
dress M. A. Dauphin New Orleans La.
One of these swindlers Robert Riley,
alias W. Huber & Co., was sent to pris
on for ten months at Milwau
kee last month and it served him
Last eve-iing id about 11:30 o'clock
the Grand Branch Station was dis
covered tube 011 iii e, and as it had
gained bueh headway before being
discovered, it was impossible to ex
tinguish the flames. Mrs. Bessie
Bloni who occupied a room iu the
east end of the building barely Ct
caped with her life. All her effects
were destroyed. Tho fire was un
doubtedly the work of an incendiary.
The building was owned by P. II.
Harrington who is now in Aspen,
Colorado, and was insured for $700.
Hostile Scar ISisbeo.
G. S. Bradshaw, one of the prop
rietors of the Bisbee stage line, whc.
drove the stage in this evening, tays
that a baud of twelve Indians showed
up abou. two miles from Bisbee about
nojii to-day, head.ng in the direction
of Sandy Bob's ranch. Ben Wiliianis
iin : ediately gathered up all the
horses and men that he could and
started in pursuit.
Mr. Curby who was arrested for
fighting hud a triul in Justice Eastons
Ojiut tu-diiy and was ducharged the
prosecuting cllicer nioli ueiiiig the
jury Ij bn.ig a veniict of accquittal .-t,
ifijre was u'o e.viJuoce .0 conv;ct.
Eel2!:iu Surgical Qpftrntio:i.
Our Tenderers will remember an
item that appeared in these columns
about three weeks ago in which was
leseribf d an accident that had befell
Mr. Alex She irer near Charleston
wherein he hud one of his legs badly
mangled by being run nves by a
heavily loaded wagon. He wits ro
moved to the hospital in this city and
every effort made to save the limb but
gangrene set in and .it was decided
that in order to save the man's life it
was necetsary to amputate the limb,
and 2 o'clock this afternoon was the
hour set fur the operation, Dr. Wil
lis the hotp i tal phy.-.ican was ably :u
cisted by Dr. Peterson, ami in an in
credibly short space of inle tha li nb
was neatly amp.ltated at tlie thih.
Th' limb presented a horrible .upprai
ence when examined by a Tombstone
reporter, immediately after Hip oper
ation. As soon as the Ktnb lvid been
bandaged and Mr. Shearer had re
gained consciousness, the reporter
arked him how he feft and he auswet
ed 'Pretty well for an old son."
The ab.A'e .w.m .one of tire most
ekilhul surgical opera ions ever made
in this city and the physicians are
d serving t f credit.
In Ttimb.-tone A'Jgusl 10 1SS0.
Piuf. llupkitit late t.f Chicago to Mus.
Ljtli"Egan. After the wedding cer
emony liad beeii performed the happy
couple l.fl for Bbie, on their wed
ing trip The Tombstone withes them
success through life.
Silver is up again and the miner
wears a smile upon hi.- face.
The Watcrvale mill was closed
down tc-day to l-i.-.ke some necessaiy
repairs upon the engine.
The firtt train lli.it has ccme
through fiom Guaymus for over two
werks passed through Fairbanks to
day.' W. W. Woodman has returned from
Sonora where he has been suprentend
ing the erection of the Br..d.-hav mill
which wan removud to that place.
Bring on your an iouneemeiith as
you have only about a nsonlh to come
before the Convention and lets time
than that to muko ii fivoraida iaipiea.
eion upon the coming' delega
tes. L. B Van Bait is offering his large
stock of liquors c'uar.-, wines and eor
dials cheaper than ever aud debires
all persons who need anything in his
line to call as soon as possible.
L. B. Van Burt and family have
moved into ths elegant re.-idence of
Ben Cook c'n sisth and Safford
otreeta. This will utve to remind
them of tlfsir oeautiful home ia 0..k
laad. The War on 4,'uttinETi
Prices dn ilia reiiuinde.' oJ uiy pii-
ti 0 ttt.ck ure OU cents on tlie ouiur.
S?eing is believing. Come aud secure
bargains, f Heriuau Welis h. Old
Summerfield Store. 8-5-1 w
TO ALL WHOU IT M.iT coxckun:
WlicrtM uiy tonniT part-'er Fritz Ger.
harJt lia mysteriously disappi'Jrcd lrjm
ui3 ,ilnre of bUjineis in B.sbetr, Coclii.-e
Count', A. 't , allpeistm arc linrcby nuti.
ttd tb.1l I will not bd responsible for an
dcb:s which he may contract.
B"abcc, August !:!), IKSi.
Freth Cal:fornia ranch bu.ter re-
ppivi'il liv exDress cverv evening at
Wollcol's cash store on I'lttli street
Don't fail to try it. -23t
Hotel. The ocly first clsss hotei :t
Tombstone. Situated on the comer nl
Fourth and Allen streets. Ur.Liisonielv
furnished tliro-ighout, and Las all m d
rn imurovemeats. Traveltrs are recom
mended to slop at tins house Private
rooms ltr commercial iravoiir. f.e
imr of this house is lurnisbifi win) ira
provud tnlliaru labies ami cant rooms,
aud is sloclti'U Willi Uiu lines, via. w m
wines, liquuis urn! cigurs.
aOtf .loitru Pisciioicv,
Notice to Fivn Compauiei .11 the
Tombstone Engine Lo. No. 1, have
for sale a lot of Fire Caps in good
order, which they ill tell below cost.
For information enquire of
I. M. Isaacs
5-20 Iw Foreman.
I have ju.-l ruciud oi my jewelry store
tlie nueat aiftiilnirnt ol Lariiib' CuU' But
totis, I lti, Clinruif, Wale't Chains, Bad
iVatcls wuiclt I illte.l cheap lor cah.
v(iie ia :ir.il txaoiii.ti the ;Oud- and be cou
ii..crd. 1 uuy are sutirclr rn'"' "I'd unique
ii j .
j IS.! Vat;bci ia.tr ar.ujcwc.ir
TIio 3 A.H. in Oakland.
San Fkancieco August 10 To-day
Oakland welcomed the .Grand Army
ol the Republic. Tho procession
marched through tiif pr;uciple streets
of the city and was pioucuneed the
most inspring and largest ever wit
u. ssed in tile place. Six thousand
school children lined the stree'.s and
thluged the .veterans with flowers.
The entire population of O.ikUad was
upon the streets to witnesss the pro
cession. Business was entirely sus
pended and the only thing thought of
w.-s the entertainment of the visitors.
At the conclusion public sc: vices were
held the speakers were Generals Lo
gan, Black, Burdetle, Faiichild and
Governor Alger bf Michigan.
Byjinmltel-t. Luiveior Ens
Iuuil. San Feancisco August 10 The
Loudon Lo. ne utliee-lus been iuforn.
ed from New York that a number t.f 1
dynamiter have left the United Slates
for the pur use of making attacks ou
ihe Eii0liJi ijove ument, The cou
epirators, ihe repuxt ays .will go ft urn
New York to Pjris anil there await a
favoiably opportunity f r cnteiing
Etigl.iutl, The home ollioe has noti
fied the French government. Some
uf the home department otlicials de
clare that they believe the whulo en
tcrprtao as repoitetl from New Yolk ia
merely a renew.il of the O'Douavau
lloata demonstrations to raise the
Row Scamiii! JLiiic.
Panama Augtut 10 The Cost' Kica
congress has granted a concession to
the line of sieatnero between San
Fr.uicif.co and Panama, calling at
Ceutral American ports to be called
the "Spanish Ce.-tral Ameiican line,"
It propos.r it is said, to have seven
tte-imers and will bo ready by Oc-
3Iaie au Aimueut.
Cincinnati Augurt 10 Eeward AI-
den tS Bro. newtpaper advertiMiig
igeutb at C6 West Souih slieet with a
bi-auch in New Yoik city made an
i5tignn:ciit tc-day to A. M. Warner
The nc111in.1I Labilities are estimated.
it $192,000 nomiual assetli ?ii72,000.
i'hey cuiii-ist of ciutracta for adver-
,. . 1 . r ,
titiug. Tlie iirm lias oeeu 01 long
standiug aud has carded on very ex
tensive business. No close estimates
can be made as to the real assets and
liabilities oiving to the uucei
tain nature of the outstanding ac
Gus Tribolet is now running his
meat market oa Allen street on a
etiictly cash, basis and it will pay our
citizens to call at his shop and get the
choicest cuts of beef for very little
cash. 8-6 tf.
Talk about fine goods, both foreign
aud domestic the citizens of loinb-
toue should call aud see the fine
tock just received by Harris, Tomb
stone's popular tailor. Mr. Harris
11.1s an cxuvii'ieuced onyer iu the east
mi 111 California who purchases
nothing but tne finest goods and tlie
latcsl tigures. Call and examine them
at 1U3 U-lnouablo tailoring emporium
m Bothin block, Allen street. 5-14
The cayapest and best ftore to trade la
iOA'n, is at rlo.'rera & "Cuiuce. J"
ZVotice to Credxiiri.
F.iUtt! of Ambroie I.yall, deceased. Ths
creUUors of aud all u.-rij.i baviuj; claims
aamst the fiai.l iiaincd estate, aro hcreoj
uoiuiud lo cxu.bit niL'ir fiaiuis with tau
i..nnr vuueaurs 10 aio mhin ten month
aiur uiu ilrt uuoucariou of tins notlcu ai
. 1 O It n rl.j I'ltl-
law umce 01 da :i" . iviui.wjh, iu w.j
.it lomustoue. Cuuaii of C icuioi'. territory
t Arizona, or tat; oanie wilt lis fo.eiut
Oarred JOiiL ALL, AdaiiaUU'ator.
tai.ed, Toutus.mu', July a, ibod.
Uaser Summerlk-ld has the larso.t stock
of ciulhiug in dan Fntiiruseo, at 'Jtl -Uarkel
street, under ihe Bd.iwi.i. 7--ttl
FOR SALS A itaa:h eiilst m:l8 from
louiiiatjuu. I.eniy ! atr aud u1
i'iji bjita.'. CO.V..I aad '.valeiin ttounii.
ror lutUer UarucuUro a,.piy lo UulSl.i
For the Uncut cIotLia go to Letter Sum-
ini-racid uuuur ihj Balaam Hotel, ban 1 run
A riaj'onaiule Nr-w "1 ompany wuutb
a lt.ieitiuu lttiuicuiaiTly to tuke tLaiiCi
iuu(.cr U1.1ct.on i-f t-oi,aultliitf Eugiuetr) o;
tiivcr miaca m tucvalcd, htialthy leiouui
Umiduraa; cue tweaking Bpauisli ireffcrrtl
a uebiiab.e pobitlon lor 11 first-class man
Aduicte, "Uondnraa," P.O. Box28i6, JJw
, i'urh, statiDg iu lull.timu aDd nature of ox-
roa, r.urouii'. aud a!ary expe
Itepubllcua County Coiiventktt
Of SixtjiTIircc Ifelejriitcs.
-The- fnlWinlr is t!ic apportionment pi
(felt-sat eVt' tnc Caunty (.'onviit.tlon, made
by tlii; HspuMicnH Central Coti.niittee of
X3EC1SCT. K.O. DELEGATES.
TnmuMunc, lt ward &
21 wan! S
3rd ward 3
4 tli ward". .1 -. ..S
Jllnej .f 3
Soldier iloUs... :l
Rimsey mid Miller canyous ljuintlj....... 1
iKiefunl and Ocliovillf.. :1
lluavbuira idmif..... -''
12 niilL-tun ;2
St. DaviH 1
BiHaOII t -f. ,i
P.ioi's . Kanrh..
.'. ." .1.
Kjbs at.d Slii-trcr Mil!
13 tnnius Slatloii
Aslt an.l MuiilfZUtua Ciilyoiis:.
Gjliltn Rule-Still '
iloiikt,'!' U.)i iprius.
K n.ieara ttaiicb
Kiiib.is Cattle Co
Santa Fc Yard
Frimsrii'3 to be held August 33: h, 1SS9.
County Convention lo be heir, in Tomb.
-tune on the Iptli day of Seplejal.er, 3SS6.
S..id convention to nominate county officers
and elect dtegatts lb TLriitorJiil courn.
t.oii; to L'e held at lUcsyn, September 0,
jiihj cctor nr.d judges of primaries ap
pointed m folluus:
Tombstone, Fir. t Ward Inspector, C J)
K-i'l'J ", Ju.ici, Q V swain and J V S'cAl.
l.'er; polling place, C.N Thomas'.
Sciond Ward Inspector, F J Dodge;
judges AO Wallace aud Benj James; poll,
lug place:-, at Fusbiou stable.
'1 hii d Ward- lusiicctor, LM Iaaca; judgci
A E Har.m.111 and C B Tarbel.l; poilltC
plaVb heitt to t.';ir'i shoe store.
i-'tiunU Watb Iuapccior, K K Gray ; Jndgc
J G'ay :'iid J SI .S'aah; pe'ling place, corner
t.lt nutl Alien sticcts.
,lmct. ln-petoi. C V" Leach; Judges,
G.o Cheyn;v and H SI Woods.
Clarksuuri; iiiepcctor, James Martin;
J irtcen, I' Kddy and Thomai Uarrii; polliug
plac, Zeilcr'6 huuse.
Biibeo luspet'tor, 11 C Stillman; jndges,
F Frame, una J B Durr; polliuc plLCC,
Soldier Ho.c Inspector, Joseph TAikcr;
jude, Burton and C Overlook.
rtamteya and Milier'a canyons Inrpcf tor,
Huhu.-; pnllini; place, school house.
Fort Huachuct Inspector, J C Burnett.
Charleston Inspector, J C JWey; Judges;
A F raredes ai.d Williams.
Contention Inspe'ctor; Giile.
8t. Darid Inspector, J Hill; Judges, J
JleRau and E F Hnbbatd.
B.ns..n ln-iector, Cil Finch;
Ties Alamos Thos Baker.
Pool's Ranch Inspector, DrPool.
Juisclivil!e Iuspector, A Wnlker.
Wiikox luspector, DH Bmltb; judget,
II l'e icy ;.nd C SI Hooker.
Dos Cubizas- IniDcctar. Ben Cory; iudges
W T Cooper and E F White.
Powers' Eauch Inspector, James Powers;
Ei Dorado Ranch Inspector, Blake.
Tev won Impector, Ken aud.
Prue's Kaaeh Inspector. E SInnt?.
Bauuings Inspector, C Crouch; Judge, T
.West HuacUuca Inspector, 8 Thomas;
Judges, Ed Hi Una and Thomas Duncan; poll.
ing place, Thomas Iuueh.
AnUloftf Springs -Iuspector, J F Jlorrl
Golden R lie SMI Inspector, AC Richards,
tfanta Fa Yard Inspector. J E Montandon
Kbosu Catlle Co Inspector, T R Sorin.
Kiuuear's lluneh Inspector, J D Kinnear:
Judges, B J McGrew and Allen.
Montezuma ami Ash Canyon, jointly in
spector, A II Emanuel; judges, G Overidcr
,indC Hammond; polling .place, Asa lan.
Pulls to be opened at 10 a. ra. and close at
6 p. ra. Precincts at which no inspectors
and judges have been appointed will select
their boards of election. Inspectors and
judges will mi any ina all vacancies m
board of election.
Ordered thai the te at the p-imarles be:
i will kuppdrl the Republican ticket."
. ' ' J.O.DUNBAR.
Chairman. County Central Committee
W. F. NICHOLS.
Tlie ticket fur tho raSo of Mr. Josis
K.rleA's handsomely improve property ars
now ready. Kmxmocr that thi w one of
the ti:iol gaiiieas iu I'oiuuitone, there bcr
ia: 16 bearc fruit trevs, eatdec mny
otheis that will bear next teaaon. Stvera
rapu vines of dificicut varieties, now. cov
erudwitn lUatfms fruit, curriit autJ yootv,
ocrry bdihi.'.' Anjboiiy ru bo iouviuco
bj vblling at .Mr Kirle's rct-ldeucc baclt cf
ltd Uvioc &oda Warki. TiCitcw are for saU
at :he Jaw price of one do'lar tib, aud can
be procured at 80I larai-w, ana an ma ia.
inj: fclutes housss :o towu.
Wneo you go vj the city don't fail to
Les?.;r Sum mcrfield, under tfco pajdwje.