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CITY AND COl'NTV OFFICIAL PAPER.
Little Steve, of Giuliani comity, is
going to try nnd pet into the Isjiisla
ture in place of Pomeroy, win) lw ie
igneil. It remains to be seen whether
the Star will succeed in downing him
ISlainc in in Wmliiiigton looking
up a house for the winter. He is not
going to live there for fun, anil this
little incident is almost conclude
evidence that he will go iuto llarrf
The new ordinance which is pub
lished in this morning' issue of the
ritosrncTOit, is in home regards n.
radical cliangs from former license
taxes imposed. There will no doubt
be some objection to the new rules
on the part of those who will feel the
burden the most, but on the whole it
is best to mate the best of it and not
worrv about the cneitable.
The Tucson Star has this to say of
Hon. George Christ: "There is good
reason to believe that Pima county
will furnish the next chief c-tecuthe
for Arizona, and the name of the citi
zen it Hon. Geo. Cliiist, a citizen of
Nogales. There is no better qualified
man in the Hepublican party in Ari
zona, or one who is likely to give
greater satisfaction to all citizens,
irrespective of party, than Mr. Christ.
Ho is a man full of buMiic-s energy
and fully informed of the nreds of the
Territory and its every industry, and
withal is thoroughly identified with
Arizona and our people. It is true
there are several good citizens candi
dates for gubernatorial honors and
who have creditable support in the
ranks of their party. While Mr.
Chriht is not only a strong, active and
pronounced Itepublican, there is that
in him which compells admiration
from Democrat as vell as llepubli
cans and it is this happy disposition
which mako him jtopular among the
people irrespective of party."
A Mr, Anderson who has been in
terviewed by the Tucson Star, has the
following fnfonnation to give concern
ing the Quijotoa mines:
The mill is running ten stamps
steadily night and day, and t'.ic other
stamps, ten in number, will be started
just as soon as necessary repairs, now
in progress can be made. The mill
was brought from Ilarshaw nnd much
repairing wa necessary before it could
be operated. One hundred men are
now at work in the mines and around
the mill, not including wood chopper
tcamers and prospectors that will
swell the number of men in and
around to camp io two hundred. The
whole district is full of prospectors nnd
many new claims are Ining located.
The business carried on at Quijotoa
conis.s of two general stores, two
boarding houses and two tuloons, all
doing a profitable lusine3.
Two, Three nml I'oar Vcar
Old Vntlt Trcex.
Fruit trees, two, three and four year
old, Umbrella, Mulberry, Peach, Pear,
Apricot, Apple, Fig, Plurn, Prune.
Nectarines, Almond, Japanese Persim
mon, English Walnut, Pomegranae,
fruiting; two-year old Grapevines,
Gooseberries, Kaspticrrics; 1,009 Rose
bushes, 83 different varieties; Lilac,
Carnation Pinks, Mock Orange, Mag
nolia, Pomegranate flowering, Honey
suckles, Lily of the Valley, Cyproses,
Clematis, Passion Vines, Double C.i-
melia, and many other plants received
from California, for sale by William
Branch, corner of Second and Fulton
streets, Tombtone, A. T. 13 Cm
Wall paper Blanks 25 cents, Sat
ni 50 cents, per double roll, at Bgg!
All new patterns.
The Bill Passes the
House Willi Amendments.
Sherman's Monroe Doctrine
Bill Favorably Reported.
Blaine Planning to Move His
Effects to Washington.
A Large Stockholder in the Standard
Oil Company Commits Suicide.
sefcul Disr.vicnts to vr.rsprcrcn
A rtlariiiuc Victim.
Cleveland, Jan. 1. "George Baker,
one of the original stock holders of
the Standard Oil Company, committed
suicide to-day by taking morphine
Not long since he was a millionaire of
the town. High living has been the
cause of his ruin and suicide.
I'lie ISHi lsi-.e..
Washington, Jan. -1. Tho Iloug?
pfsed, with numerous amendments,
the Senate bill to incorporate the
Maritime Canal Company of Nica
ragua by a vole of yeas to 3-1 nays.
ICted immediately called up the res
olution abolishing the call of States
for the introduction of bill for refer
ence on "suspension Mondays."
tirrnicr Tlian If.ciioi-.eei.
Memphis', Jan. -1 The United States
Inspector-', in investigating the burn
ing of the steamer ICato Adams, ob
tained in evidtnee that forty-two per
eo:i were lost instead of fourteen as
they reported several days ago. It ap
that eighteen children were among
the deck passengers, and ten of the
boat'd crew jerihed in addition to the
victims previously noted.
Washington, Jan. !. Iteprcscnta
tive Wm. Walter Phelps said to an
Associated Press reporter that Plaine
is here for tho purpose of securing a
house for winter for his family and
him&elf. I'helps when asked if Blaine
was going to Indianapolis, replied,
'He lias no thought of going there."
The Xavy Department has been in
formed that yellow fever appeared on
the Yantic, and that the left Port-au-Princo
for home. Admiral Luce
stated that the Galena after coaling
at Jamaica would go back to Port-au-Prince,
and that the llayticn Republic
ved there, is awaiting the crew to
her northward. It i expected
the United States steamer Ossipee
now at Norfolk will sail for Port-au-Prince
in a few dars.
WaShisctox, Jan. 4. O'Neill, of
Pennsylvania, presented a memorial
of the Philadelphia Hoard of Tralo
asking that an appropriation be made
forthe cstabliidiment of a liou;e of
refuge at Point IJarrow and East
Cape, Siberia, and for tho repair of
the steamers Bear and Thetis. Re
Dunn, of Arkansas, called up the
Nicaragua canal bill,, with nmend
mc-nts agreed to in Committee of the
Whole, upon which the previous ques
tion was ordered before tho holiday
recess. The first amendment" upon
which the yeas and cays wcra de
manded was that offeree! by Holman,
of Indiana, providing that nothing in
the act shall be cons'rucd as to com
mit tho United States to any liability
oa aecount of the Nicaragua Com-
pany, and requiting this proviso to be i
printed on every Loud, certificate of
sloe!: or other obligation issued by the
company. Tho amendment was agreed
to. An amendment ott'orod by Wil
eon, of Minnesota, provided that no
certificate of Mock fcliall be paid for
in money; that stocks shall not be
assignable until the whole of the
same shall be paid in, mid that no
l-onds in excess or the amount of cap
ital shall bo isuod until feiiph paid up
capital shall amount to SoWWS',
Wamiini.ton, Jan. l.-Sherman from
thecomuiittee mi foreign relations, re
ported a resolution which was agreed
to, calling on the'l'retident for corres
pondence and information touching
tho recent occurrences j!i the Island
of Ilayti. Sherman also, from the
s.imc committee, reported back favora
bly Kdiiiunds joint, roiolutiou a? to
the Panama canal a3 follows:
Itesolveil, that the government of
the United States will look w ith serious
concern and disapproval on any con
nection of any European government
with the construction or control of any
ship canal across the Isthmus of Dar
ien or across Central America, mid
must regard any such connection or
control as injurious to the just rights
and interests of the United States, and
a a menace to llitir welfare.
Keuolved, That the President be re
quested to comrcunicate this expres
sion of the views of Congress io the
governments of tho countries of Eu
rope. The resolution was placed on the
cafondar, and Sherman gave notice
that he would to-morrow ask its con
sideration. He said lie hoped it would
receive the unanimous approval of the
Bulitii, Jan. 4. The strike of coal
heavers is assuming serious profioi
tions. A gang of Italians at woik
this morning guarded by the police,
were attacked bv tlnrtv strikers. There
was a tharp light, tho police using
clubs freely. The strikers were finally
driven off. It is reported that another
fight is in progress a; another dock.
A Washington paper says that not a
dollar of conscience money hux been
received at the Treasury for two year".
A Hartford paper says that the worat
criminals in New England can '.race
their genealogy back to the Puritan
Fathers without a break.
French physician claims to give
an antidote which will forever prevent
people from catching cold, but the law
is going to investigate him.
Judge Jameson, of Chicago, went
through thirty-live divorce case in mi
hour, of which six were tried. Chi
cago still holds the pennant for expe
dition in getting divorces.
The legislature of Ohio will be aIcci!
to pass a law prohibiting any minister
of the gospel from being present at an
execution as the spiritual adviser of
Seashore hotel waitcis who have
been interviewed by the Graphic claim
that they have to divide their fees
with the landlord, the steward, the
head waiter and the cook.
The .lewiork fcun says that any
one desirous of rpecnlating in real es
tate can purchase an acre of land in
Wall street, New York, for the small
sum of $1-1,300,000, and it is cheap at
Mr. Pareona says there is no use of
her staying here now, because the peo
ple are too crazy to seek anything but
the almighty dollar. If she wishes to
live abroad no injunction will be is-,
sued against her doing so.
The p03tmnstpr of New York says
that if the rates piid by th goverr
ment for carrying the mails on the
railroads of the country were reduced
in the same proportion as the compa
nies have reduced freight rates to pri
vate parties, a 1-cent rate for letters
cuTild bo immediately inaugurated
without, increasing tho present post-
' office deficit.
From .i party connected with the
Snu F" rod l " learned that the
1.1 l'aso smeller iccciviM on an average
twenty car loaiU of ore per day. A
majority of it coined from Mexico,
while Arizona is next inline. In ad
dition to tliti card of ore, the smelter
also receives a:i averjge of ten ciuu of
coal and four of col.c daily. El Paso
The Tndianapoli Journal says that
Jamai V.'hitcomb Itiley, the llootier
poet, who got his start in the litermy
world by palming of some of his own
clever vertes as an unpublished poem
from the pen that wrote the "Haven,"
r ceives as much per line for ail he
wihe.4 a- did Poe for a page.
Is ens el tho most fatal scourges vvliith
afuiot mankind. It is clten inherited,
bat may bo tlie result of improper vacci
nation, mercurial poison, uncleanliness.
an J various other causes. Chronic Sores,
Ulcers, Abscesses. Cancerous Humors,
r.nJ.ia some cases, Emaciation and Con
sumption, result from a scrofulous condi
tion cf tho blood. This dlseasa can bo
cured by tho use of Aycr's Scrsaparilla.
I inherited aacrof uloiu condition of t lie
blood , wluch causwl a Uoransem.-M of my
v.-liolo s.'.stcm. AftPr taking lc33 than
four bottles of Aycr' SarsapariUa 1 aiu
ami, for the past year, hive not fouml it
neicssary to me any medicine whatever.
1 am now in better lic<h, and btronger,
than ever before. O. A. Willsrd, 'JIS
Trcmont St., Uoston, Iifass.
I wa3 troubled with Scrofulous Sore3
for live years; but, afvr using a few
bottles olAver's Sarsaiiorilla, tha sorej
healed, and I liavo cow ood lisaltli.
Klfealieth AVarnovk, &1 Applcton itrcct,
Seine raon'hs apo I was trouMyl with
Scrofulous Sors on my 1p;j. Tho limb
was badlv swollen asdinflrrd, an Itlio
swresdiT'iarsUaro r-.z ntit'e of oj'on
eive matter. IZvery remedy filled until
I used Avcr's Sa-apanlla. 13y taliin'
three bnttK 3 of this medicine the sores
have been h-a'.cd. ard my hiMtii is re
Biored. I ani c;raT-fil for te '-jor.l it lias
dona me. TIm. Ann O'Er.ou, lis SUli-v-cji
St., i"cw York. 1 1
Prerwml bv Dr. J. C. Aytr&Co., I-OTrf!l."sj.
tiy.l 17 all UnijtlsU. l'rlcc $1 ; ix bo:t!vi,S6.
Ho ! for Centennial Mines !
A iota'- Iici'sa ca.icli will
leave Ti:iln:ie oh .lanuavy
the Sili, Tcrsrtay. for the Cen
tennial Mim s. Fair $20 00
i'.nice ill titir TsntJstiiK Cor
ral, Frcnuinl Street, corner
1-3.1 GRIFFITH & GAM.EX
Tl . ba: (t -. I'm In -m I w u4 - tw i4 tilln.
lie in '( tiJ 1 '" jr. " . " urn. 4uu f - --
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tirug Hon. $1 00 ir :ttt!e
fatt'i L-. I?- n c-.de V- R-cbirtJ U Xc I cry, ii
h' i .m"i ifnti- tiH r. in or? n !, Vnv
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Ihnu tr h TttiJ'ir b K'fl.r.o Timt'i1 f
In the m-tn-.i-cii nlveo 'n f 1 1, g:h-i tyi.vt
idlii li.r Iaf-wfin'n r moi.v :rfii.ti u
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mr-r jnt'i t i h ib ! Itine Ilnart-cd
4tr. Xlfh y iil'e WV-) lir fta . ilirtyfiv
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A tl wbvr'a 'pp c.im- balii n wade '-
ib stW i el ' 1 t-a- , iiu'd no piyauti .ii-iv
Itr jiti. ant Ca.' a .-tui XH.
Jtow lw v crc. by TiitneofbTrnsi c-mlr-! ' j
snl t xr -' lit faW D ! cf Tr r , ft H t
Pam un: ui hwl;y he c iv coftr. u lb a -Jr-ip
d siii "nVr rc-jii-fr tfcj oJ v
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lv. t e o cl ck, rf tb a e n on or .i I A
i th f.vni i - f the Coj y Conr H ans,
ihtc t crT D.ht , 1'o.ii'y i iV i-'!i4
h b- t ftiillK-t b 6ot (r cab In hvn! inuu-y
er tb. t'n tail Ma . Tk ft It w v rcri c
pr;--f y or mmcc!:. xrfr n Ii h rH-nJ
my thfun-ny uJontnU plp'ii v t -tXA
I atl i f rU"t 7 h'KC u i n rre-t to il fe tvC
n tH lion 'b-r'i ih r-4KiahI xpn- -oil e
This ln tlrtel, an'l vi fU "ale rmoiBi'T
t'' tty d l!i?. o wl': Thic-rtannterpti
lianvS t tlicf Iittri-ir Ixe '4 niag liia. ?:
nt!j n :b T ai to." SI hIb 1-t ( tjSA
Oniiy lA Tr t: , Ye'nyr onii'cl w
e Rlib interc i if, i- ?nI lo be Ifa'r.b w r<e.
lMd .' t Jjiiu ; lt H-7 -y tvo '"M Xlt'n' try
j.d U a-ikWel tc lrbihatc 8t 'f, n
Q'i t ib- J a . nloel c l JniM l HTM
tb'fftlrt ict'sffe y. AmlaUoa!! of Vm A tr y
ffln, ,oe t J J I'loar lt. 17 y d HtV flrry.
-t of fi.i fOCJt4i not C' Ha-ttiorWc In the
offiiwof to-- Itc rdtrf pM Vrbie an y
I pn lwdy cf rtV, upon he y-nrc-c r'cc
hginUt,r tba(italflirrii. tbrtndr
-irr-wi In'V". fttci'-, c''n'-c ni' d
1 nr unh- prrttaMcrcr xarfbaMrbrf ad1
irtmlaH tw'i'Cfwim tjovrcr vesica i.
b-m by th nfrr ! 1 1-M f T.-ct.
Ua.vd IKCwair3J. 1
jem are lt rr Trita lid!ie ya r flMry,
nerrons i! (fBfrall.T out of ort, tl wi it
hri9 np. Hrae an. bnt not Trlti st imilnti,
fcprliimrflctnm, orbltt rn, wUtch tn,vr tor th!r
beis very 'hep. 'I wMSy, rul vcbieh rSmt
Ut. yna 'or an hint, aJ b z ltiT onn in worts
enB'iltifrntbnbfnr. Wht you T7ii.t In matter.
Alive tbit will orlfr yir hhU rUH 2raUby
rtlt3 f Ilvt r iiX"WlnT. rtflr roor vIUUtT
to1 ativo rtuvwra nmitb an J strength. Sotii
meJitlnw ya will find in !tc!ric LllUn, nj
BlyWMnt aboUl,at J.Yobs'i Irng ttr-t.
Corner Poiirtll and Fremont Sts.,
THE OLD SUMMEKMELD STOP.E.
The Finest and New nl Stock of
Gents' and Boys' Furnishing Goods in the Territory,
At SVIrrv Utilcli Urlj Aitj- jiimT .411 C'o:ii)CillJU.
.l.o a Full Line of
HSN'Saad SOYS' BOOTS and SHOES.
THE TCEsT STOCK OF DItY AND FANCY GOODs.
LADIES', MISSES mJ GHILDREX'S SHOES A SPECIALTY
ALL ARTICLES FOR LADILi," FANCY WORK SUCH AS
Ckeiill.s, Arrascencs, liibbaincs, Kahtins an.l KmbrolJery Silks, Etc
Alsu Klanket, Quilts, Jirti.-preau. W:iH:: Jackets, Jerseys,
Seats :t'i Braid rir:i!!:ius, Arliiici. 1 Flowers,
Ktie:s; Vrcalliti, Etcetera, Etcetera.
SALE) S0EEI1T &
r-s'oticc ol S'rc-emiiUiH f'rimi.
I"ctantory Sr"fjnrnt Xo. 1702.
U S l..uUHirr vt I L .u, (Xa6, 18CS
No. ...i is hri y nu-n th it ihc tolluwini:
rdnwd vttlcr li s litrd notice of his n.tei.li&n to
mikpflral prool 111 supM:t of hii daim, anrt
th.it s-.id pro f il! h made U'lcrcthr Cicrl: cf
the U. S. Dis net O "in. at To'nOstnm-. An
zoii.oniiie 8.I1 day of Decembir. i333. iz:
LOLIsDL'vAI I., of "ochiir county, nzena.
for the S U if XH' i and N of bV ; hec.
5. I 22.-, It 16 L. 1
He names tlie foiloivintr witnessts to proie
his tot tmuous residence upor., and cuHn.ilion
ov slid 1 nd, fc:
Tj-ark .nmonicl, of rnch.? f countv. Arizona;
I!rrr . iUll, cf i-othS- -.unl. Arizona. I Ien.
rv ?-:r.cr. of T :iib:tonr. Arizona; o$rph
IIfler, of Tttnbstone, Aiuonu.
a. d. ncrr.
r. 5th ::::tl E'remnut Sts.
J2E KOEFLEH. FRGPS5ETC3.
IrSERS AND RANCHERS
Supjjtiea a Specially.
AGENT FOR IMPROVED p
And the CVlebrated
TENTS. WAGON COVERS,
Frcsli Garden Howrrs, snd Held 5f ed
Constantly on Hand.
Tourth and Fillh
- - . AkIZONV.
HAFrXKIl & SHAUGHNES5L,
.lwnr in slock.
st. louis Dnnr. oa BHAUGIIT
TJiki the f.nt DtPkirU Parlar south c" 7-os
J I .
Hi .'.xc. ArizoiM.
PIEIiCE & O'HAEA, Props
lea Coltl ctul I'rcsh Uvery l)jy. TIio
Vinet, Liquors, Oigars.
Tsolh'.a of ?nv?:!jpllt)i: I'ronf.
Diimicrr SiaUm-nt No i7-4.
W. S. Land UFricK, 1 utm. Nor o iSsS.
-Notics H hereby (iien that ibe follow irg
naiusil settler lia'nlcd notice 5t bi rntcmioa t"
pi kc hnal prof in nijvrt f b s cltim, ar.d
Ural rH proof vt ill Kc mx' lefcre IN; Clrric if
thr Unlrf Sntes D",trict Court at Tomb"one.
Arizona, on the 2od day of Dceoiber, lS8;
H'nrj- rerey Slrnltz of Cocbt'r couniv. Ari
zona for ibe rK of NEK Sl'.! cf NV
NKKof.sW'ianiNWif ofM: s.c 8. T
22-s k. ; k.
He names the follonins w'tnewes to prorc
hU continuous relcr.ce UfiOU. and ciiltivalKu
of f kl bin I. liz:
AKrerlR Schultz. ofCochiie Cccnty. Ariz.:
Wm. R. "I aylor, of Cochi- our.ty. Arizo-i;
Miry Zeur.rr. of T.hii utor-e. Arizona, Iluh
E Coiki, of rooilKtonc, Arizona.
.V D IlL'fr.
i i-il Rc-ivter.
K flcy'a trnsica o: Yodso's Dms
Cresylio Ointmpnt for screw trorms,
etc., at Yonge'g Drug Store. 12 Itf
Published at Xojalcs, Arizoaa.
J. J. CHATHAM. EDITOR AND PROP.
Publishes the most rcKiblc fntl latest i'onor
I lie best nceUy paper published in Arizon
Is the test advenisin medium for thoie wiik
ing to bnnij their business before the
ONLY J4 TER YEAR. SEND TOR A
Solitfu oi" S'rii-cnipiioM Prool.
DerLirato-yStalemcnt No. 1700. tt
V. P. LiNuOniCE, 1ico,Uct. 81. iS33.
Notice is hereby ceu that, the fol!oinc.
rj.-.m-i! setter has lileil couce cf his ir,Rnt:on to
ni kc fi-il prc f 11 support efa (.Uim, and
thit tail prwjf ill be rude Ixjie the Clerk
of thr U. b D.tr u C'ziur: at TonibMorp. Ari
zoni, ni th'Jisdiy cf I 'eniber, ISS" iz.: J.
IIENY bL'NlJ of Su'p! urtprirg Valley.
rizcna. fir the N H of the E 1 4 arid, S of
NI-. I 4 of -cc 32. I 21 S, K 20 E.
Ileianiesthe loilowin;; i:r.esscs to prora
his lontinuous.re'idencc tinou, aiid cult.vaiioa
of a:l land, iz :
lltnry I. bhu'z. cf Tonibs'one. C'ochife
counij. Aruora; Frar.k Sa-i.or.i-wl, of Tomb
stone, Cochise cruntv. Arizona; Loais Dua)l.
t,i lombstonf, Coehtsc couuty, Arizona; Keid
h. Himrod, o: 't'crnbstone, Ctdiiw county,
Arizona. A. O. DL'FF.
11; 1 n Kes'Ster.
'flic Vrr;!frt l':::iiiiiiioii.
W. I. Salt.Drncgi.t. Eljiim", Ina.. ttrtiBM. "I
ean recouuitnd Xln.trlc tltttcrd sa the trv 1-tM
remeJy. livery bct.le vld Las cUeu relief lu
es-Tj lcsttiie... Oae ram twit lz lotiice. and
irss ccre-l of Illimcatlsni vt t n yarita uracil,
in.." AliraLaia tlre. ttraft't. IMSvillj. Ohio,
elKrni- I Lc brt Silling iii.oiiire I Lard ever
ti-iu.lflln iuy '1 y. ar cz; 1 rlinr, 1. Ztctrid
Illtrrt " i liiuait!i f othra t.ae Lddcd thtir
eftlu-ory, o tL.it lli- vf r-Ki U i'.iici.Idk i.s that
Hie trie Ilitttr-. dn enre rll di-c-ai. cf the Lircr,
Klilnt-yar.r l'loovl. Caly a lmf dollar a bottle at
VcL.cta bra Store.
Sttlcc r H!!!!e.stca(l i'rool.
Hom!rad Appkation No 35a.
V. S. LamUjifiClTucsom, Nov 2t. lSq.3.
Notice is h-rcbv nen thit l!-.e fjiluin.
nan-ed ECttler has tiled notice cf his intei.liou
tom.iVe final proof in suptxrt of his ciair.i. and
lb it i"l D-00I 'ill! b" niae'e Lefire the RczLter
.11 d nccciitr.f the Ui.ited Slates I.iikI Ofnic
at'lucscn. Ar.2on.-i, on the I4'i dy of Janu
ary. 13-1-. vz. Kt rUGIO SAKNZ. of Drnson,
Cocli. ;e coanl. Anzoiu. for the E Jf of NE
i-ec. 9 aidW H cf NV 1-4 ice. 10, T 13"
S. U. 19 1-
He i. n.es the following witnesses 10 prove
his contiiiu'itis rcsiderce upon, and cultivation
of, s-ild land, viz:
M -teo Pachto. rf Denton. Cochise county,
Arizona; Tomas M' nulltt. of Eetiion. Covbise
cvunty, iiZD!a; I'bs t.inchcz of IVnson, Co
chi'e co-jntv, Arizona; Juan Vahlez, of I'cnscn,
Cochise ceua:y, Arizona.
A. D. DUFF, .
n 24 in' Kegisrer.
Xoticu f Prc-cni'iliua Prcoi.
Dcclaratery Matcnicst No. 1701.
U. S. I AMiOrFirBATTl'CSOV.Oci. 26, i8S3.
No':ee i htrthy given that the follotvicg.
mmcil 'titerh--s l.Ud rclr- of 1'isinlrnlion to
1 ...' rr .d .rmf-n M.-.jurt rl b- dm, ar.d
t'l t . M rrif il U-n 1 - l--er. iheC-irrkof
ti e V. .-!. Hi Jrirt toirt ..t 1cm'. -tcr.c, Arizona.
n the S-h d-.y of I 'ec 11.! t' i;S2. v ?R K
s'lXiliViH .of " lIii ei-caMy. Anz., Icr the
aW ii of ST li ar.l I. ;; cf .sV ; tt c32,
I 21 " K 26h,a-d Let 2 ol Nh ; am! Lt
o! MV '.' Mh-. 5, 'I S2 S. k 26 E.
He names th (o!lcclnB vitnesses to pre
h'e cnn:!unu-. rrsidei.ee upon nLd cultivation
of Slid land viz:
Jovi Ii Hot-flcr. of Tomltorr, Arizona;
Henty '.marr. of Ton-tiMorre. Arzon.i; Ixsuis
DiivaII. .f Sulphur Spr.nsr Vallcv. Ccciiise
com.tv, Arizona; Henry Shula. of .Sulphur
Sjr.ng Valley, Cod.ise eounly. Arizora.
A. I). DUFF.
10 3 Kegisicr.
Subscribe for the Prospector
2j cents a xveck delivered by
U'.D.IIoytfcCo.. 'Wh-lMale and E.tall Drn.
clutanf lEoin. Oa., aay: We hare rn arlltcgLir,
Kla'a Ne'V Ili.covery. lrtrlc Dlttrra and back.
en Arnica Paive forfr.Qryeara, Ilavflorverhan.
dlttireii:NilfathataeII a Wfll, or cts anch uuU
vf-ral aetisfai'tlon. Th'rs have lxn rxmie won-
Irful mr'a .ffectiid by tb mi-dfclnea In thla
city. STcraI earra of proueunrrtl connanirtlon
nsebeen entirely rnrelby Iir. KinjT'a -vr Ilia-cri-ry.
t--.--i.in c oreilion with XUcetrlr BUttra.
We tfuarautee tbetu alvrara. 80K by J. Yongp.
F mk ."IA a-ilLlrcr Complaint joii
Ii-v prli.tiu tiara'. tie on every bottle of
SI. 11.' '. ia:.zcr II ucer fslis to cure'
For . J J "i ne.
Scrcaltcr "tVli;o8 liut'er will bo
stiippei! ly express to 3Ir. Frank 7ol
cott, which will b good news forbid
raany patrons . 5-2U