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SATURDAY. - - Jll-W-l.Hr 15, 1870. K Local MIiilutT Affair. S. L. NaMi, of Niman & Nash of Stoncmnn, Pinal county, came into town early in the week. He informs us that their new reduction works run fully equal to expectations, but he saj-s thej- must and will at once add a furnace, roasting being found necessary 1 the base metals. Mr. Nash is ycrr much encouraged, not only with iiio rmlnHinn works, but with the prospects for abundance of rich ore from Pinal district. He also informs us that returns had just been received from San Francisco of the sale of eight mid one-half tons of Silver King ore, for the large price in gold of 11.525 nnd some odd cents the exact number of which he did not remember. Any one can apply the figures as to the rate per ton. He says the second shipment of King ore has been made to San Francisco; also that he understands Mr. Powers has offered $200,000 for the King mine $100,000 cash and balance sometime after, and a condition of the sale is that the purchaser is to put a mill up in connection with the mine. Our Florence telegrams tell tho re mainder of the Pinal mining business for this week. J. C. Schcmcrhorn and J. E. Magee came in from the Salcro mines this week, and report excellent develop ments; that work is going ahead on the Webster and Chenango claims; that on the former, work is pushed day and night on a shaft now down thirty-seven feet, and on the latter a tunnel is in twenty-seven feet; and that in and about the works, seventeen men are employed. Superintendent Schemer- horn says he is entirely satisfied with the developments. He also informs us that J. C. Truman, general manager, left San Francisco for Tucson via San Ber nardino on the 12th. The placer mines about the Santa Rita and Patagonia mountains, arc at tracting much attention, and if a little more rain falls, a stream of gold will pour into this town. John Montgom ery was in town this week, and says he is going to abandon farming on the San Pedro and locate in the mining regions about the Patagonia; says all along the main ravine wafer can be obtained by "sinking shallow wells, and abundance of dirt that will pay to cart to water can be found in all the ravines; also that D. T. Harshaw is well pre pared to catch nnd save water. C. G. Jones and others accompanied Mr. Montgomery from here to the placer fields. J. L. Darrah was in this week from the Ostrich and Old Mine. He reports the Ostrich mill as having started up on Yellow Jacket ore, for Tom Roddick, and the Old Mine developing as finely us could be expected. The mining prospects generally out that way arc looking very well. Gov. Saffbrd and a party will leave in a da or two for the Glolc district via San Carlos. We intend to accom pany the party, and take and write up some notes of the mines and local characteristics general by. Unreliable Estimates. Wells, Fargo & Co. each year give a statement of the bullion product of the several Pacfic States nnd Territo ries, nnd while that given for Nevada, California and perhaps one or two other political divisions, where they have numerous 'offices, may be made upon approximate- reliable data and there fore nearly correct, the company can have no facts to warrant even an esti mate of the product of Arizona, and therefore they do this Territory great injustice in sending ono broad cast, backed up by their influential name. That Company now have not one ofBce in Arizona, we believe, and there fore can have no positive knowledge upon which to make the estimate they have recently made regarding our pro duct, and were wholly unjustifiable in publishing it. We do not administer this rebuke to the Company more because of the re diculously small estimate, than because of the efirontery exhibited in making and publishing any estimate, without a reliable fact upon which to base one regarding Arizona's bullion product J. F. Bennctt fc Co. of Silver City, New Mexico, advise Samuel H. Drach- man that the Overland eastern bound stage was robled by American high wayinan, iu Cook's Canyon between Rio Mimbres nnd Rio Grande, on the night of tho 11th, the robbers getting away with $4000in bullion bars, and a large sum iu greenbacks taken from the passengers. This sort of "enterprise" Is new on the Southern Overland, nnd hereafter, like staging on the Wells Fargo &, Co. routes, passengers :is well as expressmen will have to be wide awnko in places adapted to such rob bcrv. From Clifton wc learn that Mr. Lesin sky has purchased the interests of D. Abraham & Eugene Gouldin in the Longfellow, nnd now represents five nxths interest in the mine. Also that the Longfullow' copper mining Com pany at Clifton built a new road from that, point to the pineries, a distance of! twenty miles thus making the mines accessible to plunty of timbnr for roal- ing purposes which will be required far the adduionul furnaces now bcinj; tatth. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Special Dispatches to Tnr. CmzEW, by United State ioj-ej'" .-. ARIZONA. Florence, January 11.,! Kick dis- rnvrrics of silver mines have lately bcen.mnde in Pinal mountains, situated in the globe district, a distance of thirty- five miles from Camp ban llanos ana twenty-five miles northeast of Silver w;n.r rni nf these, tne itcscue, is aJ..e - " owned by Gov. banora oi lucson, "rnr Wilson & Hope of San Fran- Cisco, ana .nr. lmuim ui who jun., Kivtifn lmndred nounds of ore taken from a shaft yielded in value twenty seven hundred and fifty-seven silvcr dollars. Eighteen tons of Rescue ore, lmrro ltfl-n shinned via San Carlos and Camp Grant to Yuma for San Francisco. ilessrs. Metcalfe & Brothers and several others of Silver City New Mexico, have several valuable mines oniinl to the Rescue in the same dis trict. We understood that Jir. vy. Metcalfe left several days ago for pur chasing necessary working machinery. Tim Silver Kimr. Redeemer, Black Cloud, and various other mines are in full operation and yield wen. ine second shipment of twenty tons of King ore to San Francisco, took place a few iIhvh niro. The Ohio and Arizona crushing, smelting and refining works, ocatcd at Stoneman, twenty-two miles north of Florence, and conducted by Messrs. Niman & Nash, are in full run. ning order. PACIFIC COAST MATTERS. Campo, January 11., Lieut. Storey with a detachment of ten mounted men arrived here this afternoon in good con dition with the exception of Lieut Storey who was accidentally wounded en route, but not seriously. All the troops will return day after to-morrow, with the exception of four men who will be stationed here as guard. Los Angei.es, January C The Southern Pacific branch of the Central Pacific railroad is now finished and runnins fifteen miles out of the San Fernando pass, and on the completion of the tuunel work at Tehachcpc, by March 1st, it is expected to reduce the staging time between Los Angeles and San Francisco to one hour. San Francisco, January 10. Tele- grams in Eastern papers just received say that when the States are again called by the Speaker, a bill will be introduced to aid the completion of the Texas Pacific railroad, by Atkins of j Tennessee, who is next to Lamar on the house Pacific railroad committee, and who is instructed by his legislature to aid it. It is also said that the bill will be at once referred to this com. mittce, whose members are mostly in favor of it, and that the southern mem bers will insist upon an early report on the bill. Washington special to the Cincinnati Enquirer, says the friends in Congress of the Texas Pacific bill say that they have already one hundred and twenty members of the House and twenty-two senators pledge to vote for the measure as reported bv Senator West, and they express the most san guine hopes of securing the remaining votes necessary to pass the bill between now and next 3Iav. San Francisco, January 101 The bullion product of eight leading Neva, da mines last year was twenty-nine mil lions of dollars. The Overland Monthly Magazine has suspended publication for lack, of adequate support San- Francisco, January 11. The Central Pacific railroad Company au thorizes the statement that it will make no reduction of fares to the east, on ac count of the Centennial Exhibition The Crown Point mining company has levied another assessment of one dollar per share. EASTERN 8TATE3. Wasihnqton-, Jan. 10. In the Senate, Mr. Hamilton introduced a bill to se cure the speedy completion of the Tex as Pacific railroad, from n point at or near Marshall, Texas, to the southeast ern boundary of California, and toau Uiorize the Southern Pacific railroad to aid in building the same, and also giving it the right to build its road to San Uicgo; referred. In tho house to-dav a bill was introduced by Mr. Wood of l i orK, 10 repeal in part the resumn. tion act of January 18, 1875 ; to provide for a return to specie payments without contraction, it is proposed to utilize $700,000,000 four percent bonds, not yet negotiated and remaining in the treasury, as a basis, by issueing small treasury notes m lieu of the present legal tenders and national bank cur rency. It also provides for the estab lishing of a new sinking fund, and contains various new provisions for the better regulation of the finance of me government w - asuixgton Januarv 10. In thr. benatc Mr. Hamilton introduce i.;n to secure the spcedv comnletion of th .wt, t Ulll Texas Pacific railroad, from a point at or near .Marshall, Texas, to the south eastern boundary of California, nnd to authorize the Southern Pacific railm-id to aid in building the same, and also giving it the right to build a branch of its road to ban Diego. Referred. Washington January 12. The hon judiciary committee is discussing tho proposed amendment to the Constitu- tion, limiting the Presidential term majority ot tue committee seems to be in favor of one term ofsivvp the President to be ineligible to rcelec Itmi It ... ... ik .a Mm in political circles that the Pcniiylvania Republicans favor the nomination of Conkling for Presi dent; among the Democrats Thurman's friends are organizing. The attitude of the Union and Cen tral Pacific railroad companies toward the government, has aroused the at tention of members of Congress to the danger in which the country stands, of losing the entire nmount advanced to build those roads. The growing ag gression of the corporations, which now possess a monopoly of the overland and steamship traffic with the Pacific, arc viewed with alarm, and the neces sity- of some adequate remedy is con ceded. During the last ten days the Texas and Pacific bill has gained many advocates in the ranks of thoso who have been counted among its opponents, and the increased strength of the measure is very marked. Members of the House whose attitude has not hither to been defined, do not hesitate to ex press their opinion that the necessities of the country require the construction of a competing highway to the Pacific. The Huntington lobby aims to divide the friends of the Southern line, but in the present aspect of affairs, the pros pect of accomplishing such a division appears very shadowy. THE SOXOBA REBELLION. Ensrnrcmcnt nt Arlsne Battle or CumpM Reported Deraorallan tlou of the Mtfite Force. News from authentic sources reached Tucson, on the evening of January 10, that a party of Serna troops, under command of General Quilimaco, at tacked a party of the Pesqueira troops on December 29, and compelled the latter to fall back upon Arispe, at which point the State troops were reinforced nnd assuming the offensive, in turn compelled Quilimaco to retreat with loss. On January 3, quite a decisive battle took place at the town of Cumpas, Cumpas was garrisoned by some bun dred and fifty of tho Pesqueira or gov- ernnlent forces, and on the morning of the 3 instant, General Quilimaco at the head of about forty Serna men attacked the place. After a spirited contest of some hours the State troops were severe ly defeated and compelled to evacuate the town which was taken possession of bv the Serna men. The loss in these engagements has not been learned, although in the latter it is reported as considerable. Scnor Moreno, who arrived from Montezuma on the 10 instant, reports that Urcs, the capital of Sonora has pronounced in favor of General Serna and is now in the possession of the lat ter's adherents. Tlie Serna party have now possession of Ures, Hennosillo, Altar and several other important places, according to seemingly reliable report, and there seems to be more or less demoralization among the State forces. Considerable parties, claiming to be deserters from the Pesqueira forc es, are reported to have arrived on this side of the line within the last two weeks, and give the above coloring to the conditibnof affairs among the gov. eminent troops. ' Mnrtlcr at Lam Crnces. The Citizen correspondent at Fort Solden, N. M., writes January 3, as follows : Tho Third Battalion, 8 TJ. 8. Caval-1 ry, left hero for Tains on January 1, and campod tho first night out at Las Cruccs, tho command consisting of companies A and tu, Ueneral JJeuin commanding. That night tho men of E company got up a "baiio" and ono of them bocamo embroiled in a quar rel with an American ranohman. Blows were exchanged, when the oiti- tan loft. Ho soon roturncd with a small party, armed with pistols, who commenced firing into the danco room, instantly killing ono soldier, a private named Lo Toir, and ono Moxican. Threo other soldiers woro badlv wounded and had to bo carried away. Towards morning another soldior was found in a back street horribly beaten. Medical aid was at onco summoned from Fort Seldon, and tho woundod men aro now in tho hospital hero, re ceiving all possible) caro. Ono of thorn is not oxpectod to live. Tho body of private Lo Voir was brought horo nnd will bo buried to-morrow with military honors. Ths guilty parties osoaped and are still at largo. Thoro is great excite ment at Las Crnces. Killing nt the Placers. Information reached here this week that on the 7th instant, Wm. Burns had been shot and killed by Alexander Stevens, commonly called "Buckskin Alex.," nt the Santa Rita placer settle ment On Wednesday the 12th. com. plaint was made before Justice Meyers iu the matter and upon representation made, a warrant was issued the same day. Stevens left the vicinity of the killing immediately after the occur rence, and is reported to have gone over into Sonora, nnd the warrant will probably fail execution. The act caus ed more or less talk and some excite ment at Santa Rita, but the prevailing sentiment seemed to bo that there were some grounds or justification for the deed, if there ever are such. Domes tic difficulty is believed to have been at the beginning, and scattered promis cuously throughout the chapter of two men's lives that thus endeth for the victim. The Apaches continue quiet on the I ban Carlos Reservation or were s up to me tun. "The Taw Meteorite." Now here is aftpretty a kcttlo offish as ever was seqn., In the first place we ask the sinful reader to turn to our first page nnd calmly read the article under the above heading. After reading that, we ask the same sinful reader to hear us. In some late numbers of the Wash, ington Chronicle we found interesting accounts of the .great scientific curios ity .called the Tucson Meteorite, and the account which wc give on our first page is substantially as it appeared in the articles mentioned. We were very glad to hear, of this wonderful aerolite and in reveries of imagination we had pictured that sometime in the lapse of ages past this strange visitant had fallen like Lucifer from the scenes of its birth, childhood, lirst boots anu maturcr life, and, choosing Tucson among all the tavorea cities oi me earth, had taken this for its resting place. We felt that such conduct was very fitting and proper.( We had not been the favorites ot lortune to any ex tent Other cities had monuments, glue factories, independent newspapers, nnd men whd lived golelv for others. but who, throuh s&ae" fnscrutaible prov idence, had neverbeen translated. We had none of these, nnd though we sometimes felt an aching void, wc had learned to kiss the rod. We believe though, if one caild have pierced the smooth surface cf this apparent sub mission, that awfty down in the hearts of our best citizais would have been found an unsatiried, though perhaps morbid, longing for a meteorite. Recognizing this state of feeling and condition of the popular mind, upon reading the account which we have compiled on our first page, of the great Tucson aerolite, the aching void in our bosom was filled as it never could have been filled merely by the scientific im portancc of the discovery, and we hast ened to share "our pleasure with the public. But there is a thorn in. our rose. Ac cording to the accounts of some of our oldest citizens, the history of the stone as given in the Washington Chronicle is erroneous in. detail, and while the main facts are correct, it seems proper to correct minor circumstances, wrong ly stated. From conversation with some of the people of Tucson, who lived here when the fragment of iron was found and when it was sent away, a period extending from 1857 to 18C2 or 3, the following facts nppear. The aerolite was discovered by Scnor Ramon Pache co, on the northwest side of the lower range of the Santa Rita mountains southeast of town. Mr. Pachcco was a worthy blacksmith and had a shop in town. When he found the meteoric mass of iron, it weighed some four or five hundred yjounds, was about four feet long, a foot thick, and, having a smooth or flat surface on one end, it occurred to the finder to bring it into town and, by setting it upright in the ground, it would answer very well the purpose of an anvil in his blacksmith shop. Which he did. It was in this blacksmith shop, and in daily use, when first discovered and taken notice of by military officers. It was clearly Mr. Pacheco's private property, and he was proud of it. Yhich was very nat ural, for where was the smith for miles around who could boast an anvil probably discarded .by Vulcan himself. Many a pleasant hour had its earthly owner whiled away, thinking of possi ble orders for thunderbolts for Jupiter that had been filled from its clear ring ing face. Tp get possession of this desirable relic, Mr. Pacheco says the military promised to supply him a new anvil from the quartermaster's depart ment Upon this hfnt and after urgent request, he let them have the Vulcanic anvil, and he closes his statement by declaring that since -that time he has never seen his aerial anvil, or the quar. tcrmastcr anvil, nor any consideration or return for cither of them or any part thereof. Let us drop lightness of speech and get down to business. We arc unprej udiced in this matter, unless it might be a strong prejudice in favor of any. one who undertakes, tho frequently thankless task of fringing to light a natural curiosity. .But there is some thing in this which has an unpleasant ring. Mr. Pachcco Is a good nnd truth- ful citizen, and it should be understood that at the time of this writing and therefore at the time he mado his state ment about the circumstances ot the metcoritic anvil being taken from him, he had heard nothing of the Washing ton version. We should regret the necessity ot calling the attention of the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institu tion to the possible injustice done by his label on the meteorite, and we de precate a Congressional investigation, but is there any difference between a statement that a valuable curiosity is found and recognized in a pile of rub bish, on a village back street, and statement that the same relic is ob tained from a worthy and appreciative owner, by an unfulfilled promise of a considerable reward T Tkleguams in Brief. Republican balloting at Dcs Homes for candidate for United States Senator, on the 12th, resulted in success of Kirkwood, Bel- knap being way liebind. Columbus Dunham confirmed as postmaster at San Diego. Republican National Com mittee met at Washington, 13th inst On formal vote for place of holding next convention, (Jincinnatt iook tue lead. n u ciioiceos yet W. A. Holmes ha3 recently discover ed a rich silver ledge about twelve r-n tl... n.t. r .1 f. i mills uvim ui mc Oliver rung. Yavapai TH titters. From the 3Iiner of January 7: With this number of the Miner be gins the thirteenth volume of the paper, though the 12th year of its existence will not have expired until March, the first number having been issued on the 0th of that month in 1864 at old Fort Whipple, inj Chino Valley. During the ten months of our proprietorship of the paper the population of Prcscott has about doubled. The demand for babbit metal, has been so pressing up on us of late that we could not fill all orders, and in order to be able to do so we have ordered from San Francisco, and it was shipped December 25th, an entire new dress for the Miner. The election held on Tuesday, 4th inst, resulted as follows: For Mayor, George D. Kendall had no opposition nnd received 246 votes out of the 251 cast For Council, D. C. Thorne receiv ed 81 votes, T. Otto 65, L. J. Alter 183, W- Z. Wilson 170, which elected Alter and Wilson. For Treasurer, W. C. Bash-I ford, hav4ng no opponent, received all the votes cast 251. For Marshal, Henry M. Herbert received 160, H. F. Brown 82, Wm. Jennings 6, nnd Sam uel Denni9 2, electing Herbert. For Assessor, Henry. M. Herbert received 129, and F. H. Brown 1. The village government for the ensuing year will consist of George D. Kendall, Mayor, W. M. Buffum, Gray P. Foster, L. J. Alter and W. Z. Wilson, Councilmen, W. C. Bashford, Treasurer, and H. M. Her- bcrt Marshal and Assessor. Our young friend W. C. Bashford should feel proud of his vote for Treasurer, having received every one of the 251 cast The report of the Treasurer for the past year was filed with the Board of Supervisors on Monday, but contrary to the usage of this and all other coun tries in which we have ever lived, the Board seems to have concluded that it was not a matter of which the people ought to be to inquisitive, and decided not to have it published unless it should be done gratuitously as an item of news. Wc have never heard that any- body furnished the county with wood or that the officers gave their services gratuitously, and the printer has to live as well as thev. Warren P. French returned yesterday from a tour of several months with what is known as the Adams' party, in search of some mysterious diggings near the headwaters of the Gila. He informs us that Adams knew no more of the country than the balance of them nnd the search was futile. Clark Colving, who killed the Mex ican believed to have been Chnvez near Woolsey's ranch on the Gila, wb here last Sunday on his way to Yuma to claim the reward offered by the Govern nor of California. A short time before midnight last night, rain commenced falling nnd has continued without the least cessation up to this hour, 2 p.m. As we go to press we see no indications of its clear ing up. There has been considerable shoot ing about the streets of late, at hours in which honest people should be in bed. Tue Supreme Court commenced last Monday with n full bench present The cases were called and set for hear- ing. The cases of Murphy & Dennis vs. Charles Whitlow, and the United States vs. the bondsmen of Barnard (ex-postmaster nt Prcscott), were nrgued nnd submitted; the case of Graves vs. Alsap was submitted on an agreed state of facts. On Wednesday the court ad journed till next Monday, when it is expected opinions in the cases will be announced. Chief Justice French's commission was mailed from Washing ton to him at Sacramento, on Decem ber 31, and the Judge has telegraphed that he would start at once on its receipt, and therefore he ought to be here in a few days. The attorneys from abroad at this term are Judge T. J. Alsap and S. H. Oury from Phenix, and C. S. Leonard from Mohave, although it is understood that the latter will here, after reside in Prcscott Tircn. In Tucson, January 12, 1876, John L. Stcphenion, aged about 38 years. In Tucson. January 10. 1876. at the Cos mopolitan hotel, E. L. Brown, abont 43 year or age. JfSW AD YERTJSEMENT8. Whalea'a Meat Market. Corner Congress St and theCburcn Plaza. -IT7M. WHALEN ANNOUNCES TO Y V his many friends that he has open ed a New Butcher Shop at the nbove loca tion, where he will Keep on nana, rrcsn nnd of the very best, everythlnsr usually round in a nrst-eioss meai mnrscu Will Undersell the Town. Meat Is TOO HIGH In Tncson. Mr ar rangements aie sucn iaai i can sua win Sell tower than Any One Else, And will mako money at It. If you want nnythlnc choice, come come anyhow. January is- Stocks! Stocks!! Stocks!!! STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD FOR Cash, or bought and carried on a de posit of Fifty per cent of their cost, subject to the rules and customs of the Stock Ex change. Orders and remittances by mall will re ceive careful attention. References: All tho prominent citizens of the Territory. Commission Stock Broker, SOS California St, Ban Francisco. January 15. I5-6m PAUL WEBER, ATTORNEY AKD COUNSELOR AT LATT, NOTARY rUBI.IC, Mineral Park, Mohave County, Arizona, L. JKCKlnDOBr, Wx. ZeckenUoiif, 293 Broadway, N. Y. Tucson, A. T. ZECKEND0RF BROTHERS, Tucson, - - Arizona, 'Deal era in G-cnoral Merchandise i KB CONSTANTLY HKUKlVir,U . Full na Complete Asssonmonis or alt Merchandise Suitable for this Market, which they offer for Extremely Low Prices to Cash Buyers. Offer the'greatest inducement to Wholesale Merchant! Having tho Greatest Facilities for Baying their Goods from riRST HANDS, they are Confident or Being Able to Make Prices Satisfactory. Highest price ttUowJ for Gold Dust and all Country Produ c . ZECKENDORF BROS. TncsoD, Nov. 20, 1875. 7-tf OSCM OSCM U oJ W Reads 8U. Sew Tort City. 2U Montom7 St.. Bu rriiKltoe, im. L. M. JACOBS & CO. IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS or Foreign and Domestic Merchandise, FEEL JUSTIFIED IN ASSURING THE public generally, that they ore now prepared to offer EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS in- GROCERIES, DRY GOODS. HARDWARE, CROCKERY. CLOTHING, CUTLERY, LIQUORS, WINES. CIGARS, BOOTS AND SHOES, JiiU, tic OUR RETAIL DEPARTMENT Is the FINEST IN THE TERRITORY, and parties purchasing ANYTHING at all WOULD DO WELL to examine our Immense stock BEFORE THEY BUY ELSEWHERE. Wo can assure them that oar facilities For Buying are Unsurpassed, As members of our firm reside both in San Francisco and New York, with no other oblect than to watch the declines in prices there and tako advantage of a fa vorable marKei, Agents for the Celebrated Terrenate Flour Mills JOSEPH PIERSON, SONORA, manufacturer of IMURIS X FLOUR, 80NORA, MEXICO. Of which Brands we constantly receive a Fresh nnd Choice supply, thereby being able to sell a Pure, Fresh and Sweet arti cle, at the Lowest Market Rate. L. M. JACOBS & CO. 2TEW GOODS! UEW GOODS!! Jait nscolved by SAMX.. II. DRACHMAN, the best Assorted Stock of General Mer chandise Ever brought to this market, sorxiiUng ofj LADIES and GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, PERFUJIKRIES and TOILET AUTlVLa, WHISKY, BRANDY and NATIVE CALIFORNIA WINES, GROCERIES ond PROVISIONS, STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS, JIENS and BOYS CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES, CROCKERY, SMOKING and CHEWING TOBACCO, GENUINE HABANA CIGARS, PATENT MEDICINES, LOOKING GLASSES, oil sizes, HANGING and SIDE LAMPS, And other articles too numerous to men tion, all of which will be sold at the Loirost MarlcetBatos for Cash. , Parties ordering goods from the Country, may rely upon getting Just What thej Ordor. Any article purchased that docs nt prove as represented, may be returned to ias oy express at my expense. We consider it do trouble to show roods You will Ond It greatly to your advantage to can Deiore purchasing elsewhere. Store Corner Main and Congre.su r.trsetv S. II. DRACHM AK. Tnesf b, March 6, 1J7S. L. Latham. . Frank H.Cook. Cosmopolitan Hotel. Tucson, - - - Amtoju. LATHAM & COOK, - - Proprietors. rilHlS NEW AND COMiroi)loi' L hotel extends on Main Street from Pennington to Ott, in the most deiinibii part of tile City. 0,e Guests are assured that their wants nnd comforts will have acceptable attention t this house. TERM8: MODERATE. December 4. 8-lf Saddle and Harness Makers, Car riage Trimmers and Upholstereri. WORK IN THE8E SEVERAL LINES done with Promptness and In Good Stylo . Also orders sent to us from Town or Country, will be promptly attended to at our Shop on Concress street, opposite Lord A Williams', Tucson. A. E. JOHNSTO . ARTHUR BORTO. October ft. Mr H. Buehman, Photographer. H AVING OPENED MT NEW fJTV dlo on Congress Street, Tucson. I am prepared to do ALL CLASSICS at worx in my line at a Much Reduced Rate to that Offered Heretofore. I keep an assortment of VIEWS and Uo an cleeant selection of Picture Kraina, m hand. Speelal attention will be paM to O-DKNTISTRT.-W August 7. iMf B N. Fisn. S-SiLVTRnBTto. Tucson. San JrancUeo, Jo. Collixswood. Florence. as. is, rieii ana co.. MAIN ST.. FLORENCE. "Yl oloealo and Jotnll Dealers In GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAVE constantly on hand a large and well selected stock of DRT GOODS. CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES, GROCE RIES, PROVISIONS, LIQUORS, CIGARS and TOBACCO, HARDWARE, etc., which we will ell at the VERY LOWEST price. Wo have. also. HAY and GRAIN, con stantly on hand to supply tho public. AS S I GHEES' SALE for Benefit of Creditors. T COSTI COST!! C08TI!! COST!!!! "Wood & Erofcher's fine stock of BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, Etc., Klc GENTS and LADIES FINE CLOTH ING of EVERY KIND. LADIES DRESS GOODS, TRIMMINGS, UNDERWEAR, Etc, Etc., HARDWARE, CUTLERY, CROCKEKT. Etc., Etc., Etc. LIQUOR8, and ASSORTED WINES- PERFUMERY of ALL KINDS- YANKEE NOTIONS. All bills due the firm not settled by tbe 11th day of December, 1S75, will be put In tho hands oi attorneys for collection. Creditors of Arm will ploase send in their accounts. HUGH FARLEY. A. CRONLY. Docs. HJ. Asslgntof. BAZAAR of LADIE8' FA8HIONW. Tne o&ly Establishment of tho Kln in the Territory. THEODORE WEUSCH, Importer and Dealer In Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, FafTo Goods, Hosiery White Goods, Linens. Bilks, Velvets, Lace Goods, Dre-J Trimmings, Rlbboni, Fren Flowers, Voltots, Silk and Straw Trimmed HaU. Braids and Chlifnoni, otc, etc. Latest Styles of Ladles', Children's and Infanta' READY MADE Dresses and Underwear. Ilrldal Trousseaux and Babies' Wardrobe Complete. Special Department ot uressmasing ana nunnery. Lady Attendance. Order solicited from all parts of Ue Territory. Wellsoli'H Uullfllnff. Main Street. Tucson. Tucson. Auciut 15. iVt'